North Carolina Newspapers

    U2CED ATEKlY:xrJ6ilN. BEARD, Jit
TEE5U OF PrBLICATIO,
. 1 The "Wither Caromm" is published every
JI.ni!av, at Two Dollar per annum if raid in. advance.
: :: . Tw? IM'.mrs and Fifty Centrif not paid tintd after!
2. No paper will be discontinued until all arrearage
are paid, unless at tlie discretion of the Editor.
XJaJuWrJtian wilfb ieceived ibr . Im.lunt
tiifcn me yew ; and failure to notify the Editor of a
Wih to discontinue, at least one niith befire the expi
ration of a year's subscription, will be considered as a
. new engagement
4. Any person who will procure fix suharrijers ti
ttie Uaroiinian, ana wfte Uie uouwe or coTT. tiii and
transmitting the aubacript ion-price to the Kditoa, sludl
bare t!w paper during the continuance of tlieir aub-
. scrtptiun, without cluu-ge. ,
TK1M OF AOVTIH!So.
, I. Advertisement will be eonspictKHisly and correct
hr inserted at 50 cents iter square? Cr the first insertion.
i a.Vf each contimniMa i, Aut-pete,. sAadki,
vert it wenf IS ordered rgriinmrftwwej'M e-witt
kssuarg! (breach insertion. J1 . . ; 1
Z Merchant, Mechanics, fend Professional gentle
men, who mar deaire constantly to appear before tiie
public, in our advertising columns, will be received ss
yearly advertisers, and a deduction of id per cent, win
w tuaae irom uie aoove cnarres:
TO COBHESroXDKKTa. .
I. To fnaore prompt attention to litters addressed
to me ttor, tlie postage should In all cases be paut
TlatVcwvaTC,Cma, & GAass.
Thomas X Harrow & Ctv
importers No, 89, Water Street,
jlrtf notp rrmrinff iAr &ning Patttrnt of Ear
thewrure, China, ami r aney Ooodt,
, : . in ttry great tariety.
TplIEIR stork is. very extensive, embracing every
article soul in tlie line ; and, irom tneir lacui.
ties in England, they are enabled to oiler every in.
duceiuent to their customers, in patterns, quality
'8i id prie. Merchants dealing in the line, will hro
Tiicn .n.ivn DfHiri mane are wrni a view to me .t.
Carolina and Virginia markets, and every article
w ill be put down to the lowest price which it can
potmbly be sold at. From the dibit hitherto
- made to ttto our customers satisfaction, w hope
lor a continuance of patronage from North Caro
lina. TH03. J. BARROW & CO.
Importen, 88 Water 'St.
New York, Feb; Sr 1834. lOt
laWot'ftbVVtc.
TAKEN UP as a Runaway, and committed" to
the Jail of Davidson Cotmty, on the 10th in
stant, a N EG RO M A N who says his name is
!TOM,iinrM
Turner, or Unumlle U. XN. C Ho says ne pin
away from the jrold-mlnes in Burke County, almiif
two weeks beforp he waa taken up. He in ft fit
fi or 10 filches Hlifh, and, accordinir to his own ac
count, about M yean old ; quite black, and toiMi
" I Rttter forward. ' "
Tim owner is requested to come forward, prove
ftroocrty, pay charges, and take him away.
r ' JOHN t THO.VfAS,
JaHnr ti DaViLi(ia County, N.C
Lexington, Feb. 22, 1834. tf
rFORSALE,BY THE SUBSCRIBER,
-fit lTTitmnrnTfI Land.
Eimtirre- Kdlnr's Mttli and- Ijuiuiug Ihe lands
Josrmh Shnrers, Jsmer Davis, and Tbua..Mur
wihirur to purchase, can see
AlUJVE
. fend by applying beforeiuiuel
V.rifrerreYi, OT to'
.HSfc Wo wrtknthelaiid w ltd..o. nicadows.
laiKLlZA BETH BUTLER.
Irodoll County, Feb. 22, 1834.
pr.corssTro
or th
- . And Slate Jtighta Ilanncr.
fill IE Subrrribera having answisted thonuirlveii a
lyiturs nd Proprietor of ADVtHTK
kiint
K AN1
4a.aswwstJalwAite:Mw
Unm the fpbere of iu Ufofulnew. They theit-fim doem
u i-j .Lf tm -.U tlie oriuciol bv which
- tiiv will be governed.
F ? . ' ,
Is k- Lmh mnoral1 riTftnloil ftM
the chief,
MUaJiumofcivaiib8rty,andaUexpenerH!tlu
thatno countrr can ksig reuAin tree, where the Public
Pre Mthackietror reatraineo. 11 is uie oniy nimiw
by which tla people can learn the acu and p..nP. rf
"7 ! . 1 11 ..r.t..r. .......
thnir rulers, and
id Uie onix ronir
, .',i,aast.tk aurpatiiM pf fin in power, . .
. -pi.. .a th Advocate and Banner will be to gi
an eulurhtened direction to public opinitsi to disspun
nata correct aitical pruieiploa-4o Uch tlie people at
" " Ur- their jusT rights, in ordcf that they may be ever
' - - --. .ivl milntain the'm nd to inculcate a
- anms spirit of paULtisin. whtoU am. to ffic iaaifice of.
private Were h me vumx .. -
' iv.' in 1 Via nJitical doctrines or Thomas J'l-
r. t : tt,a Vinr,ni and Kentucky Resolutions of
; riit 'W tw Mr. 'Calhoun's Exposition in the
SOVEREIGNTY the SuitosrRUiMTrt of thr
... p)iitM. ,n(1 j ttm WHeocy, iwcussity.and safet.of
STATE REMEDIES. ...
We declare ouraidvss the sworn enemies of comip
.tkwi," come from whatever euarter-all wirptsm-.
whether of Congressthe .,
; iIU hem( to take money Oolawfully frow U pockcwi
1 of the peotde the wbolq system of Internal Improve-
' " 'meets br m General (Jovemment, and a Tariff -for
i -d.rtrinra'af the ProdanmtiontheW.nc.p les a t he
I Force Hill, awl tlie late seizure by th. pmsiJent of lie
i ' Public Treasuryin JAVn
n ii i.iww-.i a nul.cuHis sTstoni ifmertwl In
'i ;aiuimUbytlie.Wel7owniijfiifra)l
L..i...i. .nH fH.blk: Hucatmn. and oppose all M and
fiftaUcal schemes of emancipatiisv
' . . rnvniTlONSi
V : :.b-w. A4vmai iiWtU3 enee a week at
1110 iMJllW (IH.V-. I . . ,
ft-2;Mtprann.m,inadvance,or3if payment is made
within tlirea monuis. . . ,
No P,pe b be discontinued vnta all arrear.sros'Me
)jnid, unle
to n't itV a t
at the option of tha IMitors : and a fkilure
' . . .. .:..'.,.. mriU hit eniaulered as a BCW
to noti a oiw.'iiiuiv T -
CUAM.es ,f. - WniRj-r
, COl K- THOMAS,
. FRANCIS A. WARD, Eaqr.has
been appointed A id-de-Camp to the Bri-gadier-General
of tlie Seventh Brigade
SJ juf Militia, with the rank of Major s
UttilJ LLCll, lr., lias been
r apjxiiite(f Brigad;-Iii!ii()clor7lif-the
same Brigade, with tlie rank of Ma-
jor : and " ""' 1 ' rf :
has been appointed Quarter-Master, with th rank
of Captain. They will therefore be obeyed aa
aueh.
By order of JAMES COOK. BrieaJier!ene
raf, arllead-XJuarteri, aTMocksvflle'tli7-no?uf
February, 1834. F, A. WARD,
reb.22 it Aid-Camp.
Ilead-Cliiartors,
SALISBURY, February 26th, 1 8347
rr II E O F F I C E R S of tlie 63d Regiment of
Kowan Militia, are ordered to Parade in the
Town of Selinbury, on Friday tlie 28th of March
next, at 10 o'clock A.M., with nmskcUi, for Drill.
Punctual attendance is requested, aa buHinesii of
importaxice to the Kcgimoiit will be truiwacted.
By order of
0 ft. LEMLY, Col. Commandant
B. CRAIG E, Adjutant.
March 1, 1831. 4t
NEWJGO0DS.
THE 8UBHCRIHER IH NOW RECEIVING, AND
OPEN f NO,
A Large and Full Supply 1
PAlX "A WlNTFIt ii OODS,
CONSISTING of EVERY ARTICLE
generally kept in a Country Retail Store; all
of whicb he udiupwed to sell LOW for CASH,
or to punctual customers on siioKt credits.
1 he public are requested to call, hear prices,
and judge for themselves.
DANIEL II. CKKSS.
Salisbury, January 6, 18:34. tf
TJWIliOUWC.
Itrnj.imin Fraley,
Having received the Ii
teat EluladclpUia, N.Ywk,
Iyondon, amj Paris stykm
of FASIIIONB, and ha
ving in hid employ a num
ber of workmen who are
first-rate, . , .
18 PREPARED TO
Cut and Make Work
In a ilyle tuperitir to any
done m this part oj ' tht
country and olvayi
Warranted Tb nT
" Order for Work in his line, from a distance,will
be punctually attended Ju according to order ; awl
nil kinds of Kn-al cuKtom-wtirk wilt be done at the
hortMt rwitkw and on raaMMialile. teruia.
He can le found, at all times, at his old stand, a
frw doors, above Mr. Flaughter's Hotel, and nearly
ijoppoaiift mrt Joiin fliurpny.s gtora.,
- 7 " TO TA I LOR 8.
Being Agent for some of the rrtowt Fashionable
Tailors, $itw .Yorklhc. Subscriber prmwiisd
to teaith or give iiwt rwotim to any tf (lie Trade
who mny desire to lie rrtoro prrfrct in their busi-
'nr'ss' -l ann,. from'nis bt'luif 'thai lie is fully capable
of giving satiMfurtion, h rrwyrtfully requests all
who ilrsirv inst riictiiiii to cull on linn.
Sulislmrv, tf II. FUALEY.
1 1 lAUF. 8uloribr is desirous of refreshinir th memorv
I lrwl tu execute V riling ot any description that may
i b" reuuiml, such w drawing Obligatims sihI Contracts
iif aim rliar.u Iit : 1'ii.lillir iin Aiiiinit Itrnka : ami
traiurribing any extent of matter. Alms to attend to
Collecting or ftsidmg of debu of any kind, or at
any djsUnce.wbtre the amount may be worth the jour-
' j- .
' chanrea fi tr.nscr.b,n(r w,l be 15cts. per 100
m'nnla. whim th conv pri't"!il Mi. ti unilcr Hint num.
- 7 - - , , ' . " . . r
litHiiii 'aiid additufrii) in figanVarc to Be iiiade, die price
will be enhanced ') per cent
For drawing any uustrument of common length, $1 ;
longer ones in projuirtion.
For Bonding accounts of JtV) and under, 5 per cent;
over 50 and not sxtredmg ItK) dollars, 4 per cent; orer
Ut) dollars, 0 per cent, will be cliarged.
For (MlrrtiHir debts of any kind, not exceeding 80
dollars, 7 per cent ; over .VI uhI not exceeding 100 dol
lars, 6 per cent ; over Its) doUrs, 4 per cent will be
eharpi
TO. 11 . 1
(fcj- In canes where no travelling becomes necetmry,
sue almtement will be tiisile tn Uie fiiregnlng charges
fir bowlinir and coUecliuq, arcunlinu to tlie ngnitude
of Uie amount ; Aud intanu's may occur, 10 which
the charjre mny be augmented, according to Uie curuin
atanees of the rane. uCQ
1 lie Mibscnbrr will also rn on misrums, to any dut-
tanre, ami iianmct buiness of any other kind, for a U-
In (II enses the r will be ileniandable u soon as
the service is pertiinned ami Vetimia made.
ft is believed that It will T admitted by every dp
am acquainted with Uie suhcribpr tliRt he mi Fully quali.
fled ftir thdisphap?e'of all the duties which he pmpnwn
to untmrUke; anil, having nvuW tlie neenswary arranire-
merits for faf dltiea, the utmnrt reliance may be placed
in his performance and in his punctuality in paying over
bonds and moneys that may paw IknMigh his bands.
- letters may be aildriniHeil to him at Wamnton, N.
C by mail (past paw) or Wherwt Irom wny di.4ince.
. M. W. DUNNAVANT.
WarrenUm, March 1, 1834. 2t
-JOU'-VlllTITlXGa
TJ6o'raniphleta, HkndbiUi, Cards &c
PR0MV1.Y EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE,
a Wy ip;ri6V Btyk of Wwkmanshif.
I,
1
SON
Return thanks for the lilral patronage they have
received during Ihe pn-l season; and Infurnlrr
their Friend and t'te rublicr thatr
IN .ADDITION to thuk FORMER STOCK,
lk; They hare Just necelred,
":v r From Xew Y(n-k and PMatletphtai
A Treh and Handsome Supply
IFdlMndJfijntcLGQodSy-
' i coJfsisTino or-
drysoods, hardware;
cutlery, crockery,
, and groceries
COMPRISING ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE
-jiauallyjkept bv Merchant in. this aection of
very accommodatirrg terma. , ;
They reapectfully invite an examination of their
assortment; by all persons who wiab to purchase
goods.
(O- COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in pay:
ment iot goods or account, at the highest mar-
jket price.
Salisbury, Dec. 9, 1833 tf
IAncolnton Jlcadcmy.
A CLASSICAL SCI1(X)L will be opened, by
the Subscriber, it LINCOLNTON, on the
17th of February, Tlie price of Tuition per sesJ
sion (paid in advance' will be :
r or t he Latin and U reek Languages, $10
For English Grammar, Geography, and
Arithmetic, . 8
Those who wish information respecting his quali
hcations as a Teacher, are referred to tho recofn
meiiHution of William J. Binvhum, and that of
the Faculty at Chapel-Hill, given below.
GEOKuK VV. MOKllOVV
Lincolnton, February 15, 1834. 5t
RWV)M.ME.1)AT K)NH. '
I have had the pl(.-nire of a long and Intimnte
acqiiiiinutnce with Mr. George W. Morrow Ho
were school-fellows in yoith : we were in College
together ; and fiir several years we have been teach'
mg in tlie same county, and occasionally attend
miz each others examinations. 1 do conscicnti
ounly declare that his standing as a gentleman, a
Christian, a scholar, and a teacher, is high, deter-
vedly high. The examinations of his schoIara,which
I have severaj times witnessed, and in part con
ducted, ajwaya. afforded ample .lestimooy as. well
of the Jidtlity, as the ability, of their teacher.
Ieachers, of Mr. Morrow s qualifications practi
cal, moral, and literary are wry rare, and ought
to c nigriiy apprtetirod. 1 ""
W. J. 151 iN It HAM, rnncipal
0 the IliUshoro Aemdtmy, Orange Co., N. C.
January 18th, 1834.
Mr. Gergi W, Morrow has for torn time
been engaged as a teacher of an Academy in the
neighborhood of this place, and has given proof of
success m preparing students for the University,
which have been highly satisfactory In proof of
this,a number of instances might be especially eriiw
merated, in young gentlemen who have been stu
dents of the University, and who have been high
ly respectable, both for scholarship and moral de
portment, while members of the instrrntion. '
' " JOSEPH CALDWELL,
, : Prmuhnt of (A I'm'cerniy.
: . JAMES PHILLIPS,-
Pmftttor of Mathenatwi and Natural 1'hilomphy,
...... ............... e. MITCHELL, '
Prof eg of Ckemittry, etc,
Hill, January 1.1:34.
Tlie,, Ihoroiigli bred IIore
VTAS raised in Korth-TIampV('m Codnty lie is
" a tstautiful wirrcl, 5 feet 1 inch high, very
heavy, has a splendid carriage and is allowed, hv
all good judges, to be very superior in formation
ami action. lie was gotten- by tha celebrated old
nice-horse Sir Archie ; bis dam was a Hal mare
gotten by Sir Hal his graiidain was Harriet Ea
ton. who was mitten bv old Ikdlair.-tmavif a Wild
atK"wliH:B was'canedalreiV fWm of her day.
ECIAWAim was raised vn Nortl-Ilaropt,Hi Gv,
ny nr. Minm rrtiar, wno sold nor, while yismg,
o M r. Seth Peebles, for f 373. His grandam (Har
net Latin) was a msre woll sliown by many peo
. -s v " ' is- a
ple, and her perforsiances umlvr the snihlle wore
equal to any other krast sf her kiml, both hV ease
o her rider and herself; she has been well tried
particularly in a long journey to the far west ; sh!
was once sold for f 300.
The"fiibscriTier8tiokI Tri'tlieir haiiils (Iifunieiiis
that certify the Horse's Pedigree, lsit they feel a
lelicacy in attaching to this advertisenient the
names of the gentlemen who gave them, not ha
ying from the in any special anthonty to do ao. In
point of formation of body, LCLAt u not to lie
excelled by any, if equalled.
He will' Stand the ensuing Season,
IN LEXINGTON & SALlSBU RY,
commencing in Lexington on the lftth of Marc
at the reduced' pnee ot 4 the- single feapi tu the
season, and 10 to insure a mare to be with foal.
The insurance money will be recoverable as soon
as the mare is discovered to be with foal ; or soon
er, if the property should be disposed of.
the Horse will attend regularly every ninth day
t 4ttUndM scopt wh-hwii' ar 'fmMwptacw
or delayed by accident. 1 ne season will end on
the last day of June. Care will be taken to avoid
accidents to mares, but no responsibility can be as
sumed or any that may occur.
ALI'IU 1 rTnTBLES,'
' JAMES McNAIRY.
February 32, 134. 2m
s . NOTICE.
rPHE unaersigned has this day qualified as Fx--
ecutor of the last Win iiid'Testanienlof An
derson Ellis, deceased, and hereby requests all
persons having claims against skid Estate, to pre
sent them for payment within the time prescribed
by Law ; and all those indebted are. hereby re
quested to make payment.
JAMES ELLIS, Executor.
November 83, i3. tf
S.
Valuable Property
The Subscriber, being desirqua to remove to tlie West,
OiEsn for Sale, on Accommodating Terms,
TTinrolisfJaiul Lot 7
V In WadeBDorougn, r-.-v
i 7t JS'-t , y...,.
if II" '' Toorruaa with
i f 1 1 SMALL TRACT or
Convenient for fire-wood. It Ja one t)f the most
desirable situations, (ot a Private Family, in tlie
VillaM.beinfl situated convenient to the Episcopal
Church and Academy; and' possessing the advan
tages both of the town and country., Ihe liweii-
ing is a large two-story building, with a spaciousj
Hall, a : Passaire below and above stairs, five com
fortable Bed-Rooms, tolerably well finished, and
a Double Piazza in front.
. ALSO FOR SALE,
AVis Valuable Ylai(ai6n. .
Lying on Gould'i Fork,
ABOUT 4 MILES FROM TOWN, CONTAINING
437 ACRES,
About 100 acres of which principally LOW.
GROUNDS) are cleared, ami in a good stale for
cultivation. The Land is well adapted to the pro
duction of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, and every thing
usually cultivated in this section of country.
There is on JSJJjL 'JM. " the premises 4
very comfortable DWELLING together with the
usual Out-Houses. and a WELL OF WATER
in the Yard not inferior to any in the country.
The situation is high and healthy, and a very desi
rable pint for a Country Residence.
A further description is deemed unnecessa
ry, as it is presumed any person wishing to pur
chase will viow the premises fur himself.
WALTER G. JONES.
WadcsWoitgh, Anson Co; ) . tC - - '
February 1 , 1 834.J -- - " "
Coac and CaYtiaae MaVvn?:,
AND REPAIRING.
J. XV . Itainoy A P.J. F. Shaver,
Coach and Carriage-Maktr$s --
ResjsKlfiitly iiUorm the Piihlic geiKirnlly. lliaTTliey
have entered into Co-rartnersliip lor the pur-
- pose of earrytttg 01 the aliove Isisine iq .
TOm all its varict ics, aiid tbat they Jmyc,.
for that purpow.takrn the shop
FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY PHILIP JACOBS,
. On the Mai Street, oppofite the old Jail.
Qr They have on hand a good supply of the
best carcfiilly-selcctcd and well-seasoned Timber,
.and will always keep on hand, (or sale,
STAOE-COAaiCS,
CARRIAGES,
Carry-alls, Gigs,
SULKIES, Ac.
Which shall not be surpwsed by any in this sec-
Uou oi country, lur ncatncsi, durability, aud cheap
ness. ,
f&" For the tienefit of Travellers and Stage
Drivers7lliev: will alwsvs'Wp on lin4CARRI
AGESPRINGS and aTl olier fixtures neceswry
to put thoMB vehicles in theimf comoletelor'ricr';
and every description of RZP AIRING will be
done at tlie shortest notice tud on tli- lowest pos-
sioie terms,
,!Eic JUatsmYua .Business
. w .. . . . ...
Tbs Subscribers have attarhed to their (arri-
age-Manufuctory, a BLAClSMITII-SIIOP, in
which limy employ none but first-rule workmen
and the very best materials vliich euaMes tliem
to assure their frjend undjhe p'Uic llmt-all work
doue by them, In this line also,will ls of superior
qiudity, and as low-priced as uiy other executed
in this section of countrj-.
t Tlie Subscribers deem it hardly necewarv
tO my tlml tlie will be'tlmnkfil for a purtiim"of
the public favor; and tliey hopi, ,y strict atten
tion to tsisimw, and sslerate liarges, to merit
the patronage of all who may vish to -purchase
articles kept for sale by them or id done in thoir
linft JOHN W. lUlNEY,
THILIP J. I. SHAVER.
SalisUirv, February 15, 1834.' tf
TINWARE.
TO MERCHANTS AND MEDLARS.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER ha at PRESENT os HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Madq of good Tnateriala and first rate "WorkmaiS-
ship, consisting of the ollowing articles,
120 draen COFFEE fOTSfvrmMiZl
40 dozen Open Buckets, ditto ;
30 dozen Covered ditto, -r ditto j
78 dozen Cream and Fatty Pans, ditto ;
40 dozen Lights of Candle Moulds ;' ' ,
12 dozen Milk Strafnenj "
68 dozen PANS, assorted sizes ;
32 dozen Measures, - .ditto r
24 dozen Funnels ; 'v
100 dozen.TIN CUPS ;
20 dozen Milk ditto 5
-18 dozoo WASH JJAS0NS. L ,L
- ALSO-
" Cullenders, Stew Pans, Watering Pots, -Card
Stands, Oil Stancb, Bugles, '- -Blow
Horns, Lanthorns, Pepper Boxes,
Graters, Dippers, Dresser Scoops,
Stage Lamps, 4ms. Ajo. v ...... i.',..
03r Beeswax, Feathers, Tallow, Pewier, 014
Copper, Wool, and Iron, tsken in exchange.
1 DANIEL'IL CRESS.
Salisbury, January 6, 1834. tf
NOTICE.
4 Large quantity of Temperance TRACTS hat"'
iA been received for distribution, and can be bad ,
by societies and individuals, bv calling on '
JOHN J. BLACKWOOD,
Secretary of flic Rowan Temp. Society.
FVbnia.ry 22, 1834 r tf
Stac Accommodation.
IRhrcToBWrnence of Travellen, Bn exceN
lent Line of A C C () M M O 1) A 'ft O M
S T A G I S is established to run between
SALISBURY AND LEXINGTON.
On Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. It carrier
passengers to Lexington in time to take Pecks &
Welford's Line to the North..
Salisbury, November 4, 1833. tf
harlc)toii and t'herau.
THE STEAM-BOAT MACON,'
- C m i r h Ait A Ir w ,-
HAVING been engaged, last Summer, in run
ning between Charleston and Cheraw, calling .
at George-Town on herjvay up and down, will re
sume her Trips Tn die " course "or a lewdays7Ttior:'
is intended to be continued in the trade the ensu
ing season.
Her exceeding light draft of water, (drawing,
when loaded, only about four and a half feet) will
enable her to reach Cheraw at all times, except
on an uncommonly low river, when- her cargo wilt "
be lightered, at the expense of the boat.
J. B. CLOUGII.
- Charleston, Sept. 20, 1 831. tf
N.B. She has comfortable accommodations for
a few passengers. J. B C. -
"."SaWsVmry Male Academy. -
THE SECOND SESSION OF THIS INSTI
TUTION WILL COMMENCE
On Fri'lay the first pf Novevwer jtexti -
fT,HI SubscriVrs, thankful for past patronagry
pledge themselves to enter upon the exercise
of the next session with renewed zeali -
- P.. J SPAR BOW, :
- ; .. ' T..W..SrARRQW.v
Salisbury, Oct. 5. 1833. . tf "
Tim IIisiso formerly iMTiipicd bv (he OflM-a
ol the W i stera 1 urtijiijjiniiin. It is situated
011 tlie iiortliMC.it side ot .Main Street, nearly opjuv.
site the old State Bank. Apply to tliu J'litur of
this pas-r, or to JOHN C. PALMER.
. Palisburj', January 30, 1834. tf
I'T 11 ST KATE CA U KlAtiETH
FOR SALE CHEAP. .
THE SoWrilicr has just completed all the re.
naira nrcpivnrv fn prnnif .hand furriaire
I - -J . . n-
which has for some time past been in his ihm.
session for that purpose, and now OFFERS IT
rOK bALh, tn pursuance of instructtous front
the owner, who has no use for it.
The Carriage is now as good as when new,
and can be seea at my shop by .those desirous to
purcliase. "
JOHN I. SHAVER.
December 8. tf
1 1 1 .
$Ka$n2Lliarr.
TAKEN UP, near my phintation, in Davidso
Couutyv-urih Carolina,
A DARK BAY HORSE,
4 BOUT 6 yean old, and rides remarkably welk
Do was brought iuto this neighborhood by I
Negro man who says that he belongs to Jolit
Wolfork, on the Chattihoche River.
The owner is requosted to come forward, provt
pfuparlyrpay ckajrgy andiaW him away-.
PHILIP SOWERS.
November 18, 1833. if
, NEW BOOK BINDERY.
WITH a view to the more efficient prosecutrol
of their business, the subscribers hsva et
tablisheda BOOK BINDERY. Having pn
red the best materials from the North, and em
ployed a wortaft.w.foj$m wer recomnMnded,
they are prepared to execute on moderate terurfi
all orders in this line.
Account Books, Records, &e. ruled and mad
to order : and everj kind of Binding promptly
executed in the best and neatest manner, pO rea
sonable terms.
T JOSEPH GALES A SON.
Aalcigb, August, t3& tf
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