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NEW $ FASHIONABLE
jtMBortment of I.
TUB Saoacriber has just returned frem Phil
adelphia, with a f erj rich assortment of
Watches, Jewellery, fyc.
Gentlemen k Ladies' Gold Lever Watches,
Do. Silver Lever
Ertgliab, French and Swiss
Fine Gold Pub Chains, Seals aid Keys,
Shall and Tin Musio Boxes.
A very neb assortment of Breast Pina, Ear
Rings and Finger Ring.
Silver Plated and Jell Bolt Boeklee,
Gold Plated. Gilt. Fob and Guard Chains,
A larire assortment of Silver Spectacles, with
concave, dividing, green & double glasses,
Silver Comb and Butter Knives,
Silver Fruit Knives and Thimblea,
Stiver Pencils anl Tooth Picks.
A very superior aaaortoient of Razors, made by
Rogers, Shepherd, Wade 6i Butcher,
Also Rogers', Shepherd's. Wade and Butchers
Dirk.. Pocket and Pen Knives,
Fine Plated acid Paper Castors, an J Candle
Slicks, I -
Germsn Silver Table, Desert &. Tea Spoons,
cheaper and warranted superier to Silver,
Together with Pistola, Purses, Chains, Keys,
tic. &.C r
He invites the people to call and aee his aa
eottiuenU Those living at a distance, will bsve
their orders filled on a good terms aa if they
JOHN C. PALMER.
Salisbury, May 14. 1830 tf43
BENJAMIN FKAI.F.T hia just received
oe latest fashion from New Yotkand Plii-la-'eiptna,
i.nrirlexl from London and Paris
He has removed to the large Brick Building, on
the Sooth side of the Court II mi i.pin ihe
Post-Offine, where he m prepared to do all kinds
of Paiioringin a very euperior siyle, durable and
faabusiable. and warranted to fli w II AH i
- ders from a distance will be rn.xH faithfully eie
r ented, agreeable lo orHer r promise. All kinds
af work will be done by htm on short notice.
'' C7"He Still coniiiiuea to act as agent for
some of 'the moat faahionable Tailors of New
v York and Philadelphia, therefore, any Tailors
' wishlaf iwetnictton in the art of tuning, can
be inst reeled by sailing on Bnjmtn Fraley.
f Ssludmry, ai the large Brick Hme tf8
WaJuHbsraugk, Sept. Uih, 1836
FTlHE Colonela Commanding RefrimenU.if
, , M. Zlonm tsnnna Militia, are hre hereby or
eV'ad lo'pararle their respeciive Ktriuirnu si
tb aaaal piaoes uf legimriital nmsier4 for In-
j-Mwe and H-fView.- The Soinh Rt-giment on
thi ISih of November nxt the North Regi
meat on the I6ih.
By order of
Brigadier Gen. HORTOX.
P. HENUEKON Aid
. Oetorher t. 7w
fTl'IK utMrriiwr Kispxciiullti inlorme
' " JL pontic, that lie has, by eii)j:igiiiiii, lcainl
hiuuelf iu Salihdury tut tV li.r ( Vioofe. II.
:llifive ma' ructions mi ihe Piano, the (uiiar, &
in Singing. !! imeiidn no rnVcdoii m oiherk.
W mn hn aaya that be finds the stale of music in
tbix part of the I'oumry very iroperfp ;t Tins
. . be believes is noi owing; to want of muatial tal
enis in theymilh of the Country, but rather to
delects in tlm ataiema of instruction. The
Suns-Tiber having been inairucieo by the ablest
Masters in Germsny, and music being not only
his profession, bolhra study, and delight, hf
nuiiere htmaeir if bta puiila shall have talents,
to ba able to cali-tbHiu forth, and imparl -kill
andtaaiein this moet beautilul, and much au
mired aceoinplishmenl: -an acooiiipliiliinent
which not only elevatea the mind but refine
the feelings and improves ihe heart. Nature
haa riot bxakiwed upiHi all equal talents for niu'ic
Do more than for any oiher ol ihe arts & sciences,
the eacher cannot therefore make all eqoally
proficient, but he promisee to apare no labour in
properly cultivating that share of talonie with
Whirn each ol bia pupils may be giitii, and iu
im.vrave their tastes by making them acquainted
with the moat admired pieces of ths best ututoc
Coi ii posers.
Ilia Terme of instruction are Thirty D-dlara
per fusion. Me will furniai. thenaeof Inxtru
meuis to lake leasona on .
F. W. MERRBACII.
Mr. Meerbach.Vgs leave to refer to Thomas
L. Cowan, and CUarleaFiaher Eqra.aato his
We lake much pleasure in bearing testimony
to the good character, and professional qualihca
tione T Mr. Meerbach. Mr. M. ia a German
prmVeaor of music, but ia .now recently from the
City of Ne York, where he as expressly n-
Saged &f the situation in Salisbury. When 4
tsw Yik, a abort utue siooer we took peine to
make onqeiries among hia aeuaintaopea eoinerrn
log him. ' We also have in oor potMeitsion writ
ten teettwonrala from highly respect sble indtvid
nals. f orming our npint mi irom lriese aourcea
of information aa well aa from our personal ob
ervBtions, we feel no hsittion in reoommen.
ding Mr. Si. aa an Honorable gentleman, and aa a
Very superior Teacher ol Music Indeed an a
per'ornvir, and Instructor ' in music; all who be
come acquainted with him, wll soon see that,he
baa but few auperiors an v x where, and ceruinlv
Do equala in this pan of the country.
Salisbury . June 18, 1836 if 48
JO!! Pni.YTMtVG A
Of eter if description doe
AT THIS OFFICE.
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The tflott Elegant Style of
GOLD AMD SILYER WARE, JtC C
inc. nuoseriDer nan oa band and will Keen
nunwniij iui wmtw m. Hi nivulH oaUSOIiri Vt . V.
on man at reel, at the next door above the a tore
of Samuel Lemljr Ik don,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
in his line of buainesM, sinon- which be would
enueraersts the following vis:
Patent Lever Watches, (English, French,
Swiae, and Dutch J
Gold and Plated Fob Chains,
Gold and Plated Watch Guards,
Gold and Plated Watch Keys,
Gold and Plated Watch Seala,
Gold Ear-bobs Breaet pins, and Finger-rings'
Sliver Ware; Ever -pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectaclea, and steel frames li glasses,
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver
Pocket Pistols and Dirks,
Bieaat Buttons and Musical Boies,
, :,Giii aad-Steei Watch Cfaaina and Keys.
He will execute every deeciipiino of work in
i workmanlike manner and promptly
DAVID L. POOL.
C7 Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange
fbi articles purchased at hia shop, and in pay
ment fur work done and oVbte doe. - D. L. P.
Salisbury. June 45, 1149
Horace 11. Heard,
Respectfully tenders hia thanka to thecitisena
of Salisbury and tta vicinity for tbe liberal
aupprt hehaa heretofore received in bia business.
He informs the public that he still carries on the
T.llLOM.YG ill SMA'fiSS
IN ITS SEVERAL BUANCHKS AND VA
R1ETIKS AND ACCORDING TO THE
LATEST FASHIONS FROM
rnris and London,
fia jVtw York am Philadelphia.
. He amures his cunioroorw ihxt th-ir wink
ahall be dun. faithfully and aeeording to promiae. I
and iha ia not what every mevUnic can say: At
Umii it ia not what they do
Salisbury, April 23 IHJrJ tf40
Taken up and committed
to tbe Jul of Cabarrus County, some 'tturJo Hie
miNith of Sepu-niber lasl a negro man. Nan. an
who says ha belongs to the estate of W. P.
Si.wkion. Said negro is about 5 feet C o 7
mclif-i high about 45 years old.swue guy hair:
has trt several ol hht front teeth. The own.-r
ia r.(jui-ted io come lor ward prove property and
pay charges and lake hint.
WM. H ARCHIBALD. Sb'ff.
July 30i h. 6m3 Price b,ii5.
IS now receiving from lh Northern Cities
au extcnaive and general assortment ot
SPRING, SUMMER. FALL & WINTER
ttViichhi offer tor uuit on
He deems it unnecessary to enumerate
the different articles that comrxw th. as
siNimenU which upon examination, will be
found large and complete
Ho tendera his sincere thanks to his
riends, fiw the liberal patrooage heretofore
extruded to htm, and respectfully requests
them and the public generally, to call anri
exiinme his Goods, believing Ibattlmee who
in so will not rtgret it.
will sell 543 Acres Isnd, one
t.undrtd of which is exceileat meadow, 31
tnii from Salisbury.
Salisbury. September S. 1836 m7
1VI0IIB NBW B0O2ES
Just received at the North Carolioa Book
Barnes' Defence and other Documents
Chalmers Works, new edition
eT1nil"Uifbl UB ttel,K" Subjects, by Rev:
Ths Hebrsw wif. or the Law of Marriaye
ma" 10 11,6 ',fo rf dU'", d enl
Records of a London Clergyman
Christian Brahmin ,
Riwamond.ora Narrative of the captivity and
enfferin, f, tn AmBfictn Kenmle ssder
the p0Nh Priesta in the Island of Cuba.wu',
a full disclosure of their manners and custom...
written by herself, embellished with numerous
"PP" plate Engrsvings
Wiliimta- Peno, k a Geography and Hist.y
Xernoir. of M,. Mary at Elhs. with a portrafi
Andrew. .d Susldard'a Latin Grammar, for Ihe
use of Vhools and Colleges
Penny Magazine, bound and in Nox.
The Kiblical Atlas, containing 36 Beoariful en.
lored map, by Richard Palmer, rev.sed and
comiwred with the most recent aulhoritiea, by
Oeorge Rush '
New Manual of Pri vate Devotion
Bishop White's Memoirs oT Ihe Protestant E
ptneopal Church of ihe L Sutea of America
lem.nrs of the Rev John Stanford, D. 1 .
l.tks in M......I .j n..i... - - --r-
K. rbha.n's Essay on Elocetion .
r or sale UJ
TURNER & HUGHES.
Raleigh, June 33 -
jl.iuarry aever miles South olSaliaimry, all
kinds of woik in hia line of buninesa. in aa cor
reel a atyle and at aa cheap a rate aaeoch work
can be done in this country The superior
quality of is grit airongly recummfod. his work
lo Millers and Gold minera in pann nlar. He
promises the utmost punctuality in dldnar hia eo
gazemenU. Orders di.-ied to the Post Office
a Salisbury will be promptly attended to.
Salisbury, Nov. 80 Jif
For Sale or1 B' ht.
I WILL rent or sell on good terms, my estab
lishment a few doors east of the Courihouae
in Salisbury, ea Afain afreet. It has been occu
pied aa s. Tavern for number of yeara, and
might be made one of the ! beet etanda for busi I
oeas in Town. I will sell the House sod Furni
tare together or separately. Any industrioua,
attentive person can make the money out of the
House before I will require it.
N. B 1 will still continue to entertain mr old
friends and customers as usual.
0HOB AND BOOT
fTlHE Subscriber ia now prepared to execute
M. work in tins line ot Duainena, in a neat ana
durable manner, at hia ahop in Mr. Cowans'
large Brick Building. The public are invited to
givohie work a trial and then determine aa to
April 3d. I H36 tf40
SAMUEL FRALEY. has on hand, and will
.xmsUoily keep H aale. Steel and Iron Plate
COTTON GINS, containing fnn T'HIR IT
to FIFTY SAWS, which he will Homrnt to
nerlorm as well aa any in Ihe State. ,
He will also krepfiir sale Gin Saws of Steel
or Iron Plate, of gopd material and woikmanahip.
All persons wishing work done in the above
line, are invited to call at hia Manufactory in
Salisbury North Carolina.
Orfer from a distance ahall be faithfully and
punctually filled ai the most reasonable pricts
pt a. rersiHis having repairing to be done in
the above line, are requested to aend it in in due
Salisbury, N. C. July 30. 18J6. 3m3
iutrlUtntcarr, t hinak Gla9.
THOMAS) J. DAKBOW 4 CO.
HVE reuK-vcd to No. 35 Naseau Street,
' York (next door to Messnt. Doremus,
Sunniii jk. IVuon; whole they offer on aale, in
Hie original imesirc. or repacked to en it the
country trade, large 6w 'eneral assortment of
CHINA GLASS &. EARTHEN WARE,
omnjiiisiiig many m ei 6uiitul interns Selec-
i te1 wnh great care bv ..neol the partners now in
England The attention of pnrchsseta respectful
THOMAS J HARKOW&. CO.
No 3V Nassau New - York.
New York, II July. I Sib 131.
fri'lEKE ill be ...application niade to the
XL I..-XI Geiirral Assemnly of North Carolina,
to erne a u County out a pan of Rowan.
Thai pan known as the Forki. uf the Yrdktn.
Se.pl 17. H26.
Citizens of Lincoln Count !
We have ririved a inimiuiHtaon fnun hie excel
leocy. ihe Governor . f the State ol N. Carolina,
(in compliance with an act ot the last General
-AswutUly. iitcorpitatirtg the Charlext Mi, I in-
cinnali and Lomsvilie Rail Road Company,) to
open b'sikalor atibscription of slock, on Monday
the 1 7 th day ol October i.xl, for bt),00" shares
only ; the hare tG0 each.
r.very anuer should subscribe tor one or
more shares and all w ho eu afford it ahould
subscribe liberally. Onl j5 is to :ra iaid at the
time of suhecnbnu, and this will be returned, if
there are not 40,1)01) shares sulk-cubed in ail th
Mute ut Sooth ami North Carolina, Tennessee,
Kentucky and Ohm.
. i. . . . .
Alter paying tue nrai D on each aliare no
more will be required until 40,0110 shares are la
ken. . if the pUn succeeds, then payment are
to be made only in small tniiis, and ai such king
intervals, mat no autwcriher can He put lo any in
coovenienee in uwking his Mymmis.
, Belom the amount can be called for a sari of
ihe R.d, perhaps laUi this county . will be made,
ol winch every one will feel the benefit every
man will be abl to get hie produce l market.
ana procure uis supplies cheaper and quicker
than at present, as only 95 ct nts per 1001b can
be charged per 100 wiles; this ia the bigbeel price
the company can charge.
The money sutwcribed will be expended at
home there will i an increased demand lor ail
kiud ef labor. iih gsf wages, and Markets
alimatt ai our door, Lauoa w ill row in value
tow us will spiing up along the road, and the
whole country be tericrito the union of the
South and tlesi, will add to tiie wealth of the
whole oountiy Cottnii eaiuio be raised much
higher up than Lincoln County, which will
command a good price in the Stores ol Kentucky
and Onto, if l should not, in Clmilea.on -It
will loriu a bono ot uutno wnieh will give saloty
to properly, and aecuniy io iur ins'iiuikx.a, and
perpeiuale uur happy form uf Uovernmeui.
Let Ihe people remeuiber, Ibis may be the last
and only opportunity they will bsve to gel
shares every man has no a chance of laremg
equally well, in all the beiieoiaanri prufitsid the
company. II they neglci tbe present opportuni
ty ,ihey may never be able lo procure Stock on Ihe
same advantageous term. Any autmcriuci, if he
cnousee lolorleil his first pay aien
p hie -aobscnptiun. The rwkof loss
ry small, while iheiraiii may be verv ereat-bv !
advancing a 1 00 a man will secure t hnnif u.-
privilege if securing id smiiH m mo oo.npau y
which may eventually enable him to realise a clear
profit of 1,000 dollars or more.
Weteepectolly call on you, fellow citisens I
s d.t...4 -.J .s a ' ' "
whteh will make yuu, Sute great, and prosper-
oua, and enrich your children:
L.el no inun Mk,.
el no man wh.
ntwvm coawj ano wianea to improve hia own
and his ehildrena interest neglect to enroll Ins
name, on the Iwi of supporters, ui this patriotic
work, whiob will hand down bis name m' aires
The Books will be kept open Sixty days
Lincolnton N. C.
19th Sepi'r, 1836
Of every description neatly
fJJViioue at Una Oliice.
IIVE OP I
THE Schootiere Caroline an.; Caleb Nichola,
Steamer Wilinimrluii. sod tow boa la, Will
take measurement Goooa at N. Y oik and deliver
them at Favetleville. at the eslabli-bed rates,
tree of all other charges.
Heavy Gooda will be taken aa above specified
except that they will at iiu.ee. when the river
very lo-v,l aubject to etorage and labor of stor
ing, which we trust will be seldom required, as
the steam and tow boats are of the newealcoti
siruclion and light orauht of water.
The GinhIb at Ihe owner'a rik. the same aa in
ihe handa of forwarding merchants Freight
payable on delivery at F ayetteville.
All persona ahipping Goods, by the above line
will please hand a liat of ihe Goods shipped to
Messrs. Hallett &. Brown, a as to advo me.
WILLIAM DOUGAL. Proprietor.
W1LLKINGS i BELDEN. Agents.
September 3, 1836 if7
The Subucribtr uff'eri for !
in the Town of saUnbury, on
which there i a good
with tbe necessary buildings fcc and two per
manent springs. If desirable, the water and ait
ualiun would be very suitable for builc'iiig. eilhe
a brewery or a distillery To any one wiohing
to carry on the tsHuing boaineea. thia property
would be valuable If not sold privately before
the 1st ol next January, it will bo sold then ai
l'erma Coor! notes at - one, and two years,
with interest from the dav of aale
JOHN BEARD, Senr.
Sept 84. 1936 tflO
OTEKTUB LUIOLNTON COURSE.
ASVV EEr&IAK S lor colts and Allien
ihtee yeara old fast Spring, mile heaie, 50
tluiiars entrance, 35 dollars lorteii, three oi more
lo make a race, will be run for tbe day preceding
our regular races, which will oouimence on
Wednesday the 26ih of October next.
Gentlemen wishing to subscribe lor Ibeaweep-
siake, can address the aouscnoer at Aiouut
Mournt P.t Office, 1 ridel I C
S. B. V ALLS.
September 84, 1836-5 wlO
finKEN op by Tobias Crew, and entered '
JL on the Rsr.ger's Books lor the county of Ca
banuson the I bib instant, one stray stud Horse.
A sorrel.wm, a while mam and tail. with a -mall
atar and amp oa the nose, the rigbihind loot
while, tnarka of the hobble roond hia leus. The
owner of said stray, ia hertbv notified tort
forward, prove his properly, pay tbe charges and
receive hia borae
JOHN M. MILSTER.
Cisvcord. Sepi 34. ISS6 S
Joseph VV . Klutts i A I LOW,
Ffy vKE. this meihod to inlorm the ciliXena
JL of Concord and ibe surMunding country ,
Hint he anil continues lo carry on the I alluring
Business, and Hereby atdiciis a shsre of the pal
roiiag of ihe public. He confidently assures hia
former customers, and all those thai may hereaf
ter favor htm. iha' their work shall be done in
an-improved etyle having lately received the
Faxhion from New York and Philadelphia ac
cording to Mr. V ilaon e a siem. and will war
rant any garment made in hia Shop to fit.
Produce of any kind will be received in pay
ment for work Hi customers may depend on
his punctuality, the quality uf hia work and
JO W. KLl'TTS.
N B Cuttirg net oi all kinds of garments
done on ihe shortet.1 notice J. VV. K.
Ctmcord. Sept 10, I8S6 98
Cash for Negroes. .
WISil to puichase 40 or 50 Negroes, for
. which I expect foua, liberal nricea. Am
person di posed to sell, wonld do welltooive m
a call, eil'ier in prison or by letter, which will
si all times be punctually a tended lo.
,. , SAM'L REEVES
Salistmry. .Inly 9 18361151
as Mi m on .YAiitoi:s.
fflHE Subscriber will purchase any oombe
M. ol likely young NEGROF.S dori,.r
next six moniha. for which liberal pricea in cash
" sea arvfjiii,
1 Wish all tellers on bnainosa. iiMmuJ
me alGermanlon.Stokeecoonty .
, , a TYRE GI.RN.
July 8. 1835 tRfl
. 1 ..J" ' .' "Wf pasit tbe same st
v" ' aicnmaa or
nana ihem to
June 11 tf47
Stop the Hunaway.
It i iC,,,. u. ."Tl ,n'irer'b' "Mr
. I Z " Sl'Ml
lVIV''larwal -MalBreaj'-'---- --
formerly owned by Jamee Conningham. He ia
between forty and fif.y y,,,, M . f , .(uw
inh cimiplexion rwmd fare and email eyea. He
ia marked with a scar in one of his asm t,;k
h? lSf,?"J.lllMi with sesrnlw.
underatds of hw hl, which haa not filled op
he ha also a email sear on .Kie f hia cheeks, .nd
k about five feet, fire or aix inche. in heighl 1
Any one taking up thia negro snH Kging him
in jail ordel vering htm to me, ahall be reasons
., . . "L'GH CUNNINGHAJb.
Liberty Hill. Iredell . N. C )
- June 11th, I836tf47 J
BLANK W ARRANI8
F or bals at ttrii Office
LIST OF LBTTZHIS
f)E WAIMNG in the PtxtOnl est Coocord
J.I. Cabarrus Coenty, Worm Carolina, uoto
Utt 1st. 1836. ' 1
Afin. William Allen, Wm. H. Archibald,
Benjamin Alexandei t Dr Abram Alexau
R Mia. H.rah BrsdshaW.
C Mies Susan Childera. Sitae Conine, Clerk
of County Court, Ibtan Cannon.
D R. F. Davidson.
E Win C Etumitt.
F Jamee Fart.
O Rcvd. tiraeber, George Goodman.
II Thomas Hjdgion.
K -Peier Keppel, or John Keppel, Andrew
i i;..r7. Little. Levi Lndwkk
lM,..n lHeali. En John W. Mearta.
Miss Elisabeth Milaier, (jamb Alilion, Edward
N -James B. Nolly.
P Robert T. Plunkel.
R- James Riatch, vSsmnel A. Rotlgers. Dsn
irl D. Ridinghour, Wm. Rudder, Uavid Iters,
Ihua. Ksilill 2.
S Tbootva Stephenson, Samuel G. Scott.
V To Veitdera of Medicine.
W Rev John Wilhoti. James Wallace. C.
L Wallace, J. R. We.lH.gton.
Y Catherine Yeoman, K.-bert S. I oung Ol
UfcUKUC kli tta, r. m.
LLIsTof letters remaining in ihe Piet
Office at Salisbury North Caioliua, Oute
Imi 1st. I83C.
A R 11 Alexander, William Anderson Isaae
B George Bright, Ann E Prenson 3, Hana
ble Brown, Peter Birtleii, T.ce Barring r, A
Baggarlv, Kieepb Brown, Sarab J Biuwd. Dr
Buigis L Beali, Miss Elixabetb Butler, Jobo
C Elisabeth Cresset, Jsmes Co-1, John
Cteroeta, M A Cartia. Joseph. CUffio, barab
Cruatp, Geotge Clodlelter aen.
D V iliian, Deadmaa, 'l homaa Deadman
Gconre Duke 8. J Le Ray Davie.
E Cap'. John Elhibe. Joahua Edwards,
Dauiel Earnest, John Eigle. Christina Eller,
F Fulton Lodge 3, Jamrs Filipa. Lewis
G Jesse Gillean, George Good res n,
H Chriateoy Harris, Henry Honk. A lex an
der M. Haden, Anrtrew llarnll, Thomas F
Hampton, Samuel Hutialcth, William Hicks,
J Jamee G Jeflr y, Joeeph Jonca.
K Francla L k iii-iinun J & Keimoihy, Ab
aalam Knox. (John K Keaih, Michael Hiclaik.J
L Mra Margaret Long, Alley C Locke,
Robert E Love, Mat ha B LorLe, Peter Loug.
Samuel G Linn, James Lvnclt
M John wallro-jr. I'iiacal Miner. Wm Match,
Mrs Ellen HcLetid Janb Millr, Rev Julio' U
atyer 3, Nelson H jaiseiihamer, Forest mimuk,
Japtha Morns, Lewi. McNefly, J j Miuiheil,
Mr MacKmxie, Carol me McCuooaiigbey ,
O Jane Owens,
Y William H Phillips
'1 homaa Preston,
Chaa J foMsni,
R leavi Roads, Ellen Raxtee, Green
Red win. W illtsn 4 Re.der,
S Alex SnyaM 3. V illiam T Sturk, Nana E
Sollian, George S Miaw' Daniel Smith, William
Stewart I hi mns Smith, 'I H Snow, Jacon Shu
f bmr, John C Smith, William Sims, F B Sbep-
T Frederick Thompeon 3, J.sse Tatnm,
loha Troti. (Abaalam or Charles TbomaaJJohn
homas, VVhitson I ay tor,
W-Anderson VV.IU 9, C W Whtttemore,
G-orge Wilhelm. Zll VNilliama, William D
Wwsieoo, Hugh Welch.
SAMUEL REEVES. P. M.
Look iiere I
IV i.VV GOODS!
AVILI.fi A U SlUKIIVt
fhg lave to ml rm his friends and
the public, that he has just opened
laig and handsome
ATetv and 4 heap
Fall and Winter Trade.
The above goods having neen purchased
in New York, and Philadelphia, entirely
for cash, and from the very latest importa
tions, will l e sold fof cash, vt on snott
credit lo pmictnal rustorneis, ss low ss any
goods can be sold in this section of coun-
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF
Fw J .VI V A W Oa?l E TIC
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
Queenstvare and Croeerie
II 19 friends and the public are
invited to call and see. and
judge for themselves.
All kinds oj Country Product Sought at
th higUt.il market price
My Jrienda will receive my grattful
thiinkt tor pael tavomti and
r.j . . -ii . r
-.pumm win oetparta
U a' continuance nj thote favour
Salisbury, Oct 8. 1836 4 wis
: potns will btanartd jZ-' I
- . .. 'wmwmr-
Jtnes O. Vash
F ESPECTFULLV i.kM .k.i
r m 7, - - "" '"" to
ZTJ'm J,,b,,.r:. lb.V .? bM 1
i , L . " "Ml"11 " 'bove Ea-
tauleuInen wnit n oe has placed under tbe
entire msnsgement and eonlrrl of Mr
::rr rPhVm who
... ...nr. oe nappy , , o(J
lowers of tbe Establishment, and Ibe public
IVaduborougk Sept. j, mtuil
T'ctJs": Germin Bollini
- m., ytotne ol n very superior nn.i.i. a .-i.
M .. . n W-HAEL BROWN
.Mibury, Oct. let 1386tflO ' '
WILL be re opened In Salisburt- -
by leave f Providence, stake it her p:iiictt!i
mess to promote tbe improvement w t,niH
pi Is eomiuiiied to her care. Haviu
lrewentSsuimer, had a 'ne ved oppnriUuni 'i
serve the. pr igrew uf E luuation at tbs N M
pledge horselfio the public, Is -essWl
school (wuoiiier. ireMpecta iu gofr0il'5
lusirucliou upon ihe must approved
to spare no pant to make the KaiwiiJTrJ'i
nary, a place ol tuatruction lit feoialee iuf
to similar iiisiuuiiona iu any puriion uf tti li
ted State. N
TERMS OF ADMISSION.
Cmtprising Mental. Mural a.,d Ni.m.t t J
llthv. Cheilllell. ILrfiin. f n,rH
Astronomy , nistury , UompoatUou, Geumctrrii'
lit bra, &v. lice.
Readinx, VVriung, AritbmeUc. Gram.. .
fer Session flO
Moaic, per. session i'rofeanof '.ek.,
French Language, do a to m
Drawing and Fainting, do
Embroider r Lace and Ornamental ,U-i J
per session 5 wf
Psrents are reepecifully solicited lo dn. iJ
oaugniers mil plainness, ano to dilecl k.
cuurcn tuey wpta mem o auena
N . B M iss Herniar.ce, from the vicinitt Jul
i . ma ij
muy , w mi assist mm. nuicniauS).
September IT, I8. H9
fllHE Subscriber tsvug taken net bums'
- aommisi ratnt w-tri tie win anniirti
.i . ........ . r i i j . .
i oe raiatv ui ..lis. csrail f leiloenKUl, Ler
nonce loan persona mdebtes lo the mm.
come lorward and make aettlen at : situ, J
thiwe Having i iaime'on the same, to 'ieetiliri
(property asirtcultcaied,) within theuas
:i ..j i i j. r
Wiiotni aj law,
A. J I EN PERSON ...
Admr.tvm 2 tat eviiM
Sept. 10 1836 tlb .
'G3Vlio will go to Texas ?J
siirs a . I i it ii i s
wis it j it rtjtnnr . i LHnq
hsi ii an'li i s.d by n.e. w.'h h
mi. of Mhj GEN IiCNI. anagin ir
cniern . nun ties in rm i auiirs i i n
and enroll voluntrer mi rants to 1 LX ik
will conduct such as n ay with to to y.!'
that Republic, about Ihe 1st of Ocu.xr liel',
the expense of ihe Republic ol Tt xaa
PJNC K N EY II EN DERM
Br g Gen. of ihe Texiao Aia) j
Look out Tailors.
fi'IlERF?. ia a fiiai rate atiuaiMm io tba Mi
Jl ol V iikesauru , N C, for a first raisbs
lonahle Tailor who understastls bis busea.'
snd who will note well tectnmesded atb
s man of indstr.ousand abstemious bahia. ml
who m ealenlatre lo carry on a shop. . Tl n at
be bowse snd board gut on omi terms
Fur information, apply at Pedes aiid kl;l
Store, V ilkesbornogh, ti C.
Oetober I. 1836 4s 11
ife. Julia 4en B'ln.-le, haa left st
hed and 'boaril without any rrv
lion whatever, snrl ha been fi tnitiiu; abimi Ins
placeiopUee, (snd part icularly among Missj
tellers) Now. I hereby forwsrn all persnet ra
conveying her trout place !u plae, tradinjr aia
her in any reap, ct whatever, barburiiif, fry
ing or einfaliiig her in any av, sniler tbe p
ally of lbs law in such cae made and pro'-sJci
CAMPER BRING I.E.
October I, 1836- 311
Beeswax per lb. 16 a 17 cts. ; Brandy, kf
pie per gal. ii a 30 ela ; Cotton per lb (a
aet:d 3 via ; Cotton bagging per yd. U
su.; Coffee perib. 16 a 18 cla; Caatmjpf
lb. 4 a 5 cts ; Cotton yarn, Imni No 6 u N
II, l 62 a I 87 eta: rVaif.ers per k
J0 cts Floor per hi 6 4)0; Afi heat per busk. W
vrata per MiMiei xu eta Lon per bosh 4v cs
Iron per lb 6 a ets ; Lead per lb 8 a 10rt
Molasses per gal. 75u j Nails per lb 9 i M
Beef per lb 0 a a eta ; Bacon per lb H
Butler per lb 194 cts i ard ner lb Ii
, omnyvr utisnei bl 23 els: Bteel. A01r
csn blister, per
lb. 10 ctei KmtIi h do. net'
SO cle : Caat do
PetC lb ib s St cts ; ff
lb 131 a15 eta : Run. .t.n..L.. I irnl
aanaee an si
Mil rUn iter lb W
Tajluwper lb 10 eta ; Tow-linen PfJ
16 a Sill eta: H inei1Vi.er.fr.. .i it 50
Portuiral ,),,. i 50 a ft 7 cis i Claret
peigai s a I 75 eta; Malaga.
r" 5- 9 i vvntsaiy prr gal. 35 a 40 eta.
RuaC safe 'm.I.. .. Ii m . WW uf
. ' Z "T IK I FTi
l, 14 C'H: llSlns du. 14 IK nil. Uf
per n 18 a 20 cu ; Batririnir ner yard l
cm ; Hale t per lb a Hi 14 cts i C pf-
lb l it a 16 da, Cotton per 100 lbs 1 l
vunr prr niidhet 7 a fw ela
from natrons orr hrt 4M nn a t.nm ...... mr brl.
9 OOa 00; Iron ir 100 lbs 45 f)0 a 6 ,H
Molaaees per ga) 45 a 65 cla Wsileetrt aw
ed per lb 8 1 2 a 9 eta : VVmsght do. per lb
"1 ijim M l WW l Rice per 100 II r
. 00; 3u(arperlb.. lS . s lietaaltl'
,r ? '"
.ft.r.an rmsier pr b If) eie ; Ta ri ' "
l Tea Imperial p.r lb II S5 . I 571 c,
"y pr Ibfl a I 35cts : 'Jobscco ma"-
'cl0ro P"' '"10 a 15 cts.
Brandy, peseb 60 a 60. Do. A pole, 40 a
Baew prlb 131 a 13; Cotton pr lb 141 i 151
Coffee pr lb 131s 141; Flour oh). 1 3 4 '
r laxeeeo pr pn l 85 a 0 00; Festhersprlb""
45 Corn pr ouab 65 a 70 Iron prlb 5 a 6; M
laaaaajAw net S S am. . s , . si ..elaTt
. "r u; nails cut ,7 a o
K awlioO a 80; Sugar prb lOlaltl; T
les 8 17; Wheat pr buah $1 th I Whisk
p ' t,OMWx a 33
JW 8ALE AT tUliOFFlC