North Carolina Newspapers

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FannerH
M'ME S .i'iv -ri'i-r, being pratifJ f.rtlie fl i't ring
it! t."iii.i; jfi,'m""r I rf'4" '"'
f , J, ..!'irrti !ila euittiiwrt awl lit public
,t (rfrml i aeromnvntal them AH W S.LI.,
.! ir.V C II C A I E R Ihui any Ulrr Tarn
1:1 llm njW-,
Tahla n ! BUblci Hall at til tiiuM
rup;Hv1 ry bet the market afF-rd. 4
ll ha tvpenefiwl awl atti-Miv 0tef, ml
will mmn im p-utu lum If lo render their iy
gre,.M. ' I , , JOHN JON I.
Sudbury, April 18, 13. , if ....
Confectionary and Grocery
Y IFARY W. WATSON reprtoillT inform '
friend twl th putilie thai M hat fi4 received
a NEW SUPPLY OF ARTICLED in hi hue,
Ukb.bt .'Arvt fa tale 00 tr,to"Jtit!gTi(t,
at kit oM aland. Among hM Ataortttittil will be
(mod tlx folhrwing i , .
CANDID til tort.,- RAISIN; ALMONDS;
, Cmu tin) () NUTS I FILBERT
1 irjst rni-s.NUTs $ apples- . .
V fellCiAJl.H. Urfh Spaiiih and Common
CROCKERY WARE, of different kind.'
. CANDLE 1 CFTTER CR U'KERS ;
. TOBACCO, both Chewing tiid Smokiiig;
PIPE l bNUFF, by the ounce 1
- Wh!key, Brandy, twl Ctdertozetrier with 1
rrtt many tlier article, not enumerateil.
. ftilubary, April II, lS34.,8t
The Third Srition of tht ahote Institution
... t Wltt fxtflgrxt R off
.-TII.FIRSTDAY.D.JliAr
pIK fiuWriM, thtnkful fr pntr Mtrnoirr
il btxi mockmi villa fir fa vl
P. J. 1PAHROW,
Tr W, SPARROW.
RalUbu, April 12,1 ML . If
I'.pitcopal t'oiiTrrttioit.
rpiIF. Pi -hl'iHi Annutl ConviNllhm of Ibe Pro-
I2''!l-r'l,!?r1mJ t'lMirrh, in the Dior"W of
AfrtHttrlifit, will be held in w. Prlrr (mirch
it Jm ihtl rwing lb" "In Hiv of Iht nvnUh
.- .: - Xl)W M.LBIS .WILLOW,.
Th AaliUAl Portrait Cinllrry
OF
.PltlnlheJ Antericaux. .
millS WOKK it tow it t court of publirttnn, ind
thoM parte tlrvt.lj iwuod umj be ruatVkuUy ap-
pwltd bUW klenrc of tu cltinit upua public hvuf,
TIm taivou tpiiMUtA whiet lU xetutiO In licil
td, it tulKoMiit Uiwl wlttltnw 4ttrM mty Imv
Mq raaxinttrr-l br Uh ariiniMi pruviirctiia.
Thf dtum of thit Work n, to ptmt'Dt PortrtiU,
mrtTM 00 bttel, in um hilil tvla r4 Uit trt, with
feitiCM but tuCurftbt lWntiMiioti oL-U wtol'llie iimmi
Laiuout CiUtuiil of W cuuaUy. Tkt Milcotiuo will
t it be limited br any Mwidonluicuuf pi-rty tehngut
kctl itUirtat ; uui wtu iiopvriiiuiy eiiibfMt vm iiiaoi
ri tivl PortrtrUof ah individijilt, thrwgkout th
kt? t)tMMi;:j Mtmfiil Nhwbr, ire tdmitttxi to
par 1 i inUuwt it.tiit lulttlauf (Ittir Mbiwiiiim
' tr their rcputilioo rrnnw, trniiiivOiMi, nttn-
Will inaritlilf bt ImJ lo the nxt tuthontic ninW-rml.
- ' Tht Value of rich publication cannot (kit to be kp-
. lf tht mutt 4wtntai Birrtdittt in the hwUirjr of their
Icoantry. Tast? tiw pttnotwo in; rqnailjf injiioJ to
rr.y-twUia U Miter pr lit wlwch tiuit lu auppljr Iks fuiurt
-jr-bufciriat-Witft titua unlnriaU Utt hkuout if wkwt m
tu oAn rtgrtttai in rvutiinif to tkt wuMla oTbui taf-
her tmiea. 1 :
,,r h it mlJxW, m tlit. conrof jwhliijot, lo ftyti
lVmiU of all the I'tommJimiU, aa well as otlittra who
r.. lurt fillwl tkt imunrtant ortkea of Sbtr, diuw and
tubwHiuent to Uit Ktvolutioii, includinjr Um vlliiary
'id Naval pnwNina, and Umm whunt attainment tn
feritmot twi lilt AfU May Ut tdtntitM hm with
; , petrnilie rtcoi TiMina.
Iu iTii WrwiiioiiiuMf of Porti!taT Ctho? Uio paM ami
'po'iMnt timet, Uit general tone of pulilaaoiitunuul w til
, U cuucuiUiu iu tlio iliA'tiuu, a Uivjru intunaU-J, wilii-
out referooct to the but or anttpttliie of the divumnt
VThtVorkwrill bt conducted by JAMES B. I.ONG-
ACRE of the City of Piidanelphit, and J A 'Jd IUIK-
L ki.VU of tb Cil of iww -lvcK, JimltT "T-werfKI
trn4net lA" ifoari 0 Vunxturi 0 lh Ammcm
Ai mkmyof Fine Ail.
0Jr it will bt liwuod In nionthly part, etrh contain
llifc. lWWTO willrM"ta
ttinn twonty-four pae of History, Twelvo iNmuberji,
or Partji, wiil make One Volume. Ail nutMcnptmu
will bo pnyaUt in advance, and witl be put at Uie ful
lowinif modoruta ratet lor tht reapoctive editkuit pub
. lihed ; In Royal Quarto, at (10 per aiitmhH-111 luipe
tul Octavo, at ffl pet annum in Royal Octave, at to,
' OT An Agency ii tlw tliove Work hut been
" r-talihIi'Mttn Balisburtrt tTit QfircoTiTTIIE
WESTERN CAROLINIAN, where Spwimens
of tluWork can bo teen, and where tulisicriptioiis
will be thankfully received.
- CO Ten Ptrlt hav..ltaly weied from the
pr pss, t3 ",,', aw trwsrtittrt wtBej ran:
taininjf I'ortraita and BiogMphiral yketche of Uip fol
lowmu duititisruwlied pernoni?iS
Part L Ctiarlet Carroll of OtrnJlton; Thomw Jtao.
d(oMifh, U.A.V.; Samuel U MiUtell, M.IX I.LU -2
I 'or) I. Mjor-t Jerael I'utnsm, U. d. A. ( An.
orew Jjckarin, PrShleht of the United Statea; iim
. G M. Setlsrwit k, tlit Autlioreet, -r -
Port III John Marshall, Chii-r-Jnstice of the United
. v. . . . IX - t'!o:
of the United State ? Henry Clay ; Maja'lea, Wft.'
" Iwn, Moultrie, U. 8. A. - ir -Part
V. Msjor-Gn. Alexander aluconih, U. 8. A. ;
- J(.r K. -ppinsetrr J1 toatow?" l"' ' "
Part 17. Mar-Genl Anfiiony Wsye TJ. S. A, J
Edwurd livinitston i CoL John Trumlmll, P.A.A.F.A.
The irtbcotnin No, will Coiit.un, among ma.
ny others, the f 'llowin?: -"
All the Prcsidi'ntf; Hon. W. 0itftO. Jo?ii'Stnly,
Eq., and Gen. W. R. Ivie, of North Carolina ; Ro
lnrt Y. llayne, and Jolm C Calhwin, of .South Caroli
i, 1 (tiienil Brown, Cominodoro-Chauncey, Do Witt
Clinton, J. Fenninwre Cooper, WWiincrton Irvin-j, Ge
nerd Greene! Hon. J. S. Jofinson, Gen'L Knox, I nut
Mr 1-ane, Bcnl7VValkiiM Leisrh, Gen. Morgan. Liin!!ey
Murniv, Com. Perry. Gov. Shelby, Chif-Ju.stic 1 Shi.
: .nr Stuart. Air. eortre WashmsTton, Daniel
"t V. 1 ' .-rTtTWltefrSidnrf W hTtrT?1" Webster. "
GSZiiiSI-JG OFF
At Cost!...
- 1.VV.1A' At HON, -
HAVING DKTKRVINED toCMSK THEIR BU
M.NEM IN Till l'U( T;
With tbo view of removing lo the Slat of Mni-
r-.irlv in l!it PtMjinf I beg rave la
fijfiii the PuM generally lh4 they -
Hate llonrludrtl U Hi-1 1 Off
, TJIEIIt riTOCK OF COODi,
roicnTM or fc .
imv-ciooDH. iiauimvaui;
jCl "ALLcSYkt ART(CLFjj
NtirclMiiU in (hit part of im country,
Jit Co for Cath h
Ttieir Sock LArce. Complete, at New,
(lie wlv-le" btvin bMn pu rebated wiltuo tue Um
w-lv Pwiniiia.
CO" 'JVy retprctfully Imiie thmr frirwk and
c uHiomrm, m wi ll at tht pih!i m tfirml, lo rati
arwt ttainiiw flit f!, aa ihrj are d;trrriiiiKl 10
give bargaint tucli aa they Sr ronftMtt will i
MiidEiriKti lo tu who wmh lo mirthaae.
WHICH bOMEROHY WIIJ.nGUU TO WVC,
IS WANTilD!
VIIOIT ten yean ago thcrt lived in tkt Trnta
tVitrreioutl DittrKt a REVOLUTION A R Y
POLUIKR, Vy the rwmt of f'awrrt, or for-
afL ot tuaUMuf of tht fcmd. if nt Mt tnv
heir livinff. tbtv rntv prohtlilv te nut in wev In
rt wmart torn of monry; trt- jitinrttH fH
lorof Till. nr.MLRN LAKOIJMAN.
ftlialairy. Marrh 15. H34. if
Land to lie Sold,
VOUTWKH.
THE fdlowiiifr TrarHf LAND, or to murVnf
earh 1 will NttUfy tht Tax (kn tberet,WILL
BK SOLI), at the Couxtluiu in &Uturyf -
Oa Moudaj the 10th of May next
Ntan v
700 Arret belonging lo lh Kt,te of John F.
Phfrr. . ... ..
2) Lola in I be Town of Salinoury, given in by
. bamui'l 11. l'etnxio.
1 Ixit iu tli Town of ttliabury, (riven in by
8urth YaHirongh. '
?93 Mm H'K'ftf lit Um Estate o the wUo
Cmtott, " iwireiuied.
33:1 Ki'ir givn in by Allen Piowell.
11MJ Arret helon)rn to tht Eet of EhmrH
yhepttrl, A-reaned.
1(MM) Acrf" H'lMjina, l tbe.IiJate of Ilubaiu'
Parker, diKeaeed.
5flll Arret I'iveu 111 by Nirh'Jaa Rymer.
10 Acn-a ivlimging tu TViu Cib-t, givrn in
.by lKinn-l F'lbft. .
87 ArrM lelmjjing to Rebecca Cook, given in
by Thowaii t'tiok. -: - ---- - - - -
100 Arre hf-longin lo tho Eofate of Eliztlieth
. - Irimtmn oNviwli ' ;
-lit Ace -ht4-ogiij fJroh Bm r Iredell
Citmlv i. .
100 Acro4 U4 iftrHig lo 4lie Kttali of J'lhn Dir.
. jr 4wtwL . ;;.ir!f?.v.-:'-""""-'-"
-123 Acre bv Munrhexter JohuMton.-
234 Acivn iven in bv Dhm4 Mtinvh.
2'i Acre tvloiiging the heir of J110. Swmk.
22 Acron (ivrAinby John llcta. " -
&M Acrea givon in bv Klrhitnit, tlotwTian
nf the, heir of John Etchiini,' Wead
' TbuiTract oT-Ltitl liea ttt tlu: Forkt of
the Yadkin, nd juljoiua . tbe, UikVuf
' nnM-l Smith aiil other. '
F. SLATER. SiSf.
FUluburr, April 3, 131. 7t (.HVJ .
- A LID? CP L3T72?.a
KM A rt -TM RPt WFnCTTAr
Ltnroliiton, O. .)
triwAY01HRttl3t .
- A...M A heron thy, Daniel Acre, Frederick W.
AdoVrholJt. . " ";"
B. K'k.irlei Bettt (2,) TlMimas R Billmi John Rnma
or Johf Hat David Baity, Randolph Harnett, Jo. Ba
ker, lUbocoa Bradley. l,. ' . ' .. ,
C. ...ilr. Connor, ljvid Clhe TV Col. of the7llli
Rgnnent, The Clerk of l'ie (ort, j.ine- Car,enter
Si. firottier, Glinlia Calloway, Thoiua Craft. '
ltTiThoiifs Pav i, John Dellinex.
F. -.J. G. Fnttliey. .
G. ... Henry Gardner, WiI14 Go Aon, Abner Good
on, Jeremiah Gooilnon, Sarah Grider. , - J -
n..William Mickey, James U. Mull, Samuel
(2.) John llowaor, Janie P. lleo,lertn2.l Jdin A.
ilerron, Philip I IdftVr, Pli.li) llarttuge. Win. .Mmio
or Oliver Huiiand, Giorgo.llovia. -
J J. David laaliorio, 0rj?e Jarrel, TL I Johnton.
Sana Jiinea, Bonjaiuin Jen kins laiiiiel Jitufc iny Ilcury
Jonea, J. M. Jonc.
K Andrew Killian.
L.Jaiiie M. Ionard, John lit Long', Daniel LuU,
Charlea lvumrd. -' '"'
.MJolui .MichHl42., SallrJIiuJiell, Maxwaduk
M'JJfllMj llSl4irMJ Mlll'"Y t.i.n I Mn.
aee. v
P..Rthef II. Porter.
Q...J. B. Qmnby.
IL..,Roiiert Ranwev, Catharine Rohinenn, Jenw Rev-
noWf RefW Hi-Rey toWn,- Mfhael Ril..y, Ami Ran
kin, UTad Bernhardt, M. K. Kemhanit . ,.
S..Trecedia Smyer, Itaniel Shutitrd, John Scronre,
Kwkiel Sullavin ("A) David Shell, Henry Samraerw.
.iJ tr. ,!:tr tr. ii'J:'K;5i'r;."fci.
T....Jaino Taylor.
AV.Jamet Wier.'Jamtt Wilson. " " ; ""
C. C, HEN DERSON, P. M.
I.inmlnton, April 1?, lSXl ....
REMAINING IN THE POST-OFFICE AT
- l&ins1on, (.. .)
ON THE 1 DAY- Or APRlUi " Ssw
David Conner, Benjamin Cooper, John Crave Wm.
V. Dunn Philip EveriiajWGeorge IVite-Doctnr B.
F. Hillvard, David Hoffman Janwe Kennedy, John
Kennedy Dnir! loflm?, Meewa. Turner Ley bum &
Co. JorenwD. . Cjrilordan Parriph, Jario L;Peo.
plpJ.iph Srwnre, Lovey Spence, Chaa. V. Srai'th
( Minsey Wall, George Weave!, Daniel Wflliatus,
John C V ten, Nancy ward, Isaw William. Uliaro
I WiawV
TLLi; P. iL
Lesirnton, Ajwillt, 1S3V
v
pi J 1 . ls
a
'
Iti&tli WrXKl.Y-::rv":u.-JO!1.1 BEARD, JR.
. Tttiit or rrtiwaTtiw. . .. '
I. TbeWTrtaCaouiUt" la wiUwbed every
Mliv. at Two laJlara !f atntti if md w a.1
pr Two U4Ur and Ffy Ceu if nut pud ustjl aftrf
we exmraiMti 01 uret munuta.
So mm will U diTootmuod tnfil an amarafta
art paid, UBkm at lot imcnt of urn Uiior.
-X Ko tMhavrtatat will kt rwtivtd JuV a m
Dim tot year tad a fiilurt to wfy tlit 'At of
ma lo wmntinoe, at ont mootn tetirt tne tip
rata of a year tulncriptaM, will bt cutMdered at
new etfaremanL
i. Any wtan vbi will nmrwre wtjc niWrihert to
Tbt Cafotmian. and take llit tnxiM of conrtinjr and
truunuttmg Uit MHxftptam-pnrt to the Rditur, hall
Wtvt um pper mrmf uit comuioaoct a utoir wie
tcriptiun, wittwut ehargt.
Ttttt or rvrtTTia
L'Adver'iaeineiiUi will be conp',uM1v and eorrert.
ly bwrted at .V) crnl per wpitre Jl the fird maertMi.
and Z3 tent rw h mntitiiMnce : but where aa ad-
veft'irtBeal M orderH lo to in only twice, lit Cta, will
bt charred f tarh irwrtwa
Z Alerchanta, Uerhanra, and PmCwmnal gentle-
ntrn, who may dMre eowUntlf In imxr bfiore thr
pvUic, in our advertiamy mlunuw, will be rxemved a
yearly edvertjarra, and a dduetma of 13 p r cetiL will
be ntile Iraai the ahuve charge
To rotaraeoKbrTrt.
1. Tt jmore prompt attrntixi V ltfra t!ilrepH
to the Kil.liv, the pnatage iliouM in all raxe bt paid
STORE
JfLlJitcsvillc,
THE BuUrnlier reefwrtfully indimMi hi friendu
tod' the p-iUk- thai he HAS REMOVED hi
vaUeMw tWk wf DOOKB fr m t'hnrl'tf TO
HTATESVILLE. H evr-t tn n-rrfve, 111 the
rour.1 of threw or Mir week, a Ure "J1!y f
new and interesting Dooks, lr.m I'hiln
(Hohia. ll Will be bit ooierl l kp nemlnii'lv
i hann a pax i ajMortinem i n m e. aim
. 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 i 1
STATIONERY ariicU-a aa are in iJi'iimumI iu tlut
aertion nf our State.
IMn-vin that a wellimdnrted B. k Stre pro.
mieea to be higUlv u tul to tlei rau- patriot
lin, of h anmis, and of Rei;m, a'xl bring will'
ing to H kit Bioki mt lorn print for Cta. if o
aiort ertttit, bt natter hint U that lie Bball re
eerva eurouragemeM frit tit MiliglitHie ronumi.
nitv. He iuvilet all who V an ioU'rr-4 in hi en.
tabloduiioiit tu call and examine for I h-mr !.
: DANIEL t;oi'LD. "
Btatenille, Marrh 2, I r3l. tit
C oacv anil Carriage MaViYAg
AND REPAIRING
- Ctari unrf Vnrriat-Mukrrt,
Reapeclfolly inf.rra the Public grtrwHjvtfiHt. .tliey
ur cuicrco uno VO-i arweruip lor um pur
pre.of earn inji ok the abov buiiieM m
.all it tahMii , aiU Ihnl they hW,
!nT4a1J.!?PJ?kfUhii..aaj)p
"FORMERLY OCCU PIED BY PlHfJP J ACOBS,
P tA-VH reet,.tjponrf th oM Jd.
BCjnoy halt W bawd a jod myTvf th
C04.icaiiiHy tt'tanlod tod leelleaMawd uttkvr.
and woJ alwayt keep oa band, for wile,
CARRIAGES,
Carrya!Is,Gigfl
in rni er
tion of country fir otutoer, durability, and rbwp
ft For br benefit of Travellers and Slug
IWin, thrv will alwaya keen on hand CARRI
AGE-SPRINGS and all other fixture neceary
lo nut thon vehicle inihe niont conipleteortlt'r.;
twd wJdof.tipt) of REF AIRING wUiJ
die at the abortest wire and on the lowest po-
Moie term. ---- s
Tc lat.SYnvAu risuc-s
The Suhecribert have attaclied to their Ctrri.
-Manufactory, BLACKSVITH-SIIOP, iu
which they' employ none but nrat-rate workmen
and tht very beat material which enables them
to a-tulre their friend ami the public thai all w"ork
Juue, by tbeuvin thia line aLio wdl be of superior
quality, and at low-priced aa any other executed
iu tlu k uon ot country
The Suorirr deem it hardly were snary
to' wyihat lheyit!t ha thntf.X t,i ..fHf
the puUic favor ; and they h-pe, by at net atten
tion to btiiiiea arid "ImKlenite clmrjjr, to wrrif
the pnlronaee of all who loay wish to purchase
articlet kept for tale by them r jobs done in their
line, JOHN W. RA1NEY.
, rillUPX F. SHAVER.
"Salisbury, February ! IHM. - tf
statr fiorth CanNi1tli"1Kwan Covmy.
Court of Pkata$i Qwrler Sessioiis,
February Tetm, IS31.
John Gibaon, )
Jacob PacheL V
TT poearing, to tht taiwdkrtioo of the Court, that the
Defenihint i not aa inhabitant of thia State : Or?i r
rt. by theCoart, that publication bo owde for ix week.
the Wrein Carolmiad, that the Ifcnknt appear
at our next Court of PI and Qnarter Sesnona to be
held fcf he County of Rowan, at the Courtboiwe it
Salisbury.oa the third Monday in May Dext...tben and
there to plead, answer, or demur or nidrmerSt will be
t HV 1111' I IX V Ita ana BjH I Ml.
Jjlf!?"!! tccorrlin to the PUintifl" dcnjanL,
AV itneii, John Gile, CJerk of our taid Court, at.Of
fiee. the third Monday of February, ISM, and in the
ftth tear of oor Independence.
" 1 iii hit ''"4Tmr'r4.'jr '
SalkAury, Ayril 12. 1R34
. . - ' . .
6t
E'ravollcrfl
.,. .
UY TAKING '
'tch SfmUforT$ Stage,
AT HAIJNllfKYf (NtCt)
(17 nubw S. of Islington,)
WiH nmr arrive in Fre.kricWiurg, (Va.) tt 9 kt
M.t ll FOtRTH DAY frrn Iyiingtim, in
tinm U ibe Steamboat to Washington
eJ.-puig.USAMi; MGHT.w IlALTlMUUC
making '
ro'utt nVH o!it
From lilnjlou,(-) t llaltiiurc.
ftr Cotnpart thit with ibt apoed of any other
I.ii w luititer. .
PECKS k WELLFORD,
Priirictort of the old 8.W. or Middle
Kmtre liine ot Magr.
FreuVrkkaburg, Marrh 27, 13L
N.B. Travclle'rt fnn anv point Bimth of Hali.
bury, wishing lo lake tin Line, ahould be rartful
to tnlrr It tYuAbrt oa't.
r. W. a Stage leave ralixbury immediately
after the arrival of tin Piedmont Stage from (lit
feaith, vix. every SI N DAY, TUESDAY, and
FRIDAY eveouig.
fry Fare a low a by any ollmr route. PAW
AprilS. 1-31. 2ut"
Travollors' Inn,
n-ea um m si
Sl I EA1 ED SOUTHWEST or THE COURT
HOUSE, IN THE TOWN OF
LtI.(JT.V,(.. C AKOLI.A.)
'PHE SuWnber tokea thi method of infornMng
a Trnvi'llfra thai he been HoUHfl of Kilter.
tainiiM-iit iii Le(iiig(Mi, (X. C.) on Main Streot,
Soiitliwmt of the Uourthoot.
Hi Table will alwava ! minntied with (he beat
Cure ihat a plentiful neighborhood ran atlord. II
Hooe boig raimciixi, and uttemled by nervanli
who are iiidutriia ami sealoua lo pleaw, 1 ravrl
ler ran almav !' arcuniiiHidated with d OO D
I! E D S in room with fire place. And Ink!, tail
not the kat uniortaiil coiiuVratnii, lll'K.r"
tn'f rrtyr"rf crier toirl reiot, in thr Siablr
vf the Subxribrr, tbat tiny may lente it with in
creaard ability to do the temce of the road.
rtJ-An eirellfiit Line of
P&ZZ AccommodaUon EUgca
Lvei the Iloue of the Subm ribor, FOR SA
LISUI'RY, on the evening of Mmufoy, Thun
Jay, and Saturday, and return tu Lexington on
the urceeiliiig evening.
(ttr Pattenger going from PoufH to North, b
entering their namei a far a Salisbury only, and
there taking the Accommodutioii Line to living
Ion, can have rheir choice, t she latter plnre, be
tween the Piedmont Line and the one which run
by wav of Frederic kaburg.
'- JOHN P. MAKRY.
Ivington, Mnrch 13L . . ly .
Subscriber inform his old customer and
e piiblic m general, that he has REMOVED
;4Tt trtltR re;wrre1ir1iarnpemif aSti..TTr
whK'h the TAIH'KI.Mi 151 in it va-
r.Hi brai he will be executed in the nioet fash
ionullt , ueul, and duraUt maiuier., He flatter
hirnonlt that hi akill in the hoeine, and hit con
aiiint peraonal attention in hit establishment, will
enable hi in to redeem all pledge made to thone
who may' favor him willf their ttorr7"'",'T
" (gr lie receiveVtbe liitest "'FASliiOXS" regoT
Inrlv both from N'ew York and l'hiln(lelihm,-and
work by Hhe-tnott approved aTBTemai Ciilliu;r
out, and Order front i distance, will be promptly
attem'led to ; and la-it, but not leatfj Air terms will
tr rcry accommodating,
THOMAS 8. HENDERSON.
N.TJ. lie it drier mt He J to do vork in a ttyh su
perior to any done in ihit part of the eountry, ana"
ALWAV Att ANTfB TOUT wSMj
Vioe.d, March S;-l3ir" , 6m
I EN JAM IN FRALEY, having received the
- latest Philaileluliia, New York, London, and
having in hi eio-
hloy a iiuiiilxsfol Workmen who an:tirst-rate, i
prepared to cut and make work in a etyle tuperior
to 4iiy diine in this part of (lie country, and alwara
warranted to lit.
Orders for Work in hi line, from a distance.wi!!
be punctnally attended to. according to order ; and
all kind "pf loial cuutom-work wilKlie done at the
shortest notice and on re.-wii.nable. ternu,
rdT)lnnnit'iH,"all tirnea,1rt hi old stand, a
few door above Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, dud nearly
oppotiite Mr. John Mufphy't store.
TO TAILOl
P-einj Agent for some of the most Fahionnble
Tailors in New York, the Subscriber 1s prepared
to teach or, give iiwtructki lo anylif the.Trarte
wh may oWt to fe
net und, from hi belief that be it fully capable
of giving .ariifaction, he respectfully reiuf all
w ho demre instrucfiort to cull ori hFrn. -
Salibury,1834-ly rT v B. FRALEY.
-n
rpilE
ih
3ft:eJLi?Lyul A Wmn ooinir tn Fnvotta
vinTcan get or t0l pouads of loading bv apply
tngat thi. Office. . ' 'Mvch li
.. I . r..--;.. .
rfuron WooJicoi'th, ,
VTaUVanA Clock MaVcr,
HEGH l-tvt to itiCrt-m the Citbn of HtliaU.rv,
a well at ihow rd Rowan and the mrrnui.
ing (Vtifitie, tlial ht Ut
Itr motfil Ma ilataiiiuiinirni
TO TDK SOUTH SIDK or THU COL'RTHOttT.
. m. m . I - , t ll. U.' II Ul A a
V" J ir'a II l, oo Uit Mam Strert,
Wlmrt lit ttill Rontinue. aa bcrr Mom, to einruh)
ALL KIMW OF WORK
in tht line of In pndeion, at tliort ftotict,
And on tht m-t rranmablt Urtnt.
WATCHES dt CUX'KH REPAIRED ar II2X
.. WIH..IR aib cu
Warranted for 12 Months!
And th dcpo"d lo pot row ze him, are mw
thai no ptma will U n)red lo give tit mot '
geiK-rul and tntirt atliKldclioo lu Ihciu.
OT F.N( RAVING of every derrijln,
iliiiling Toinline,) will I t:iTuu-d with omt.
IU'm ami ai riii.iry , at 'lent n te u.
StiliLirv, J.hi. il", l:U, tf ,
0Hniii9 of thr rpiM-opnl Hi hool
DEFERRED.
IN ronaequeiice of the unumiul imb-niency of ll
pail muter, the prog rem of the Building de.
igned to arrve aa a Dormitory for the pupil 1
thi I 1 1 1 it n hi, ho bi-eu ri'lardiil moi h beyond ll
eMtcla!i4M of tint Ex'-, iilie Coiiiioiiti', unlet
aliotae diwliiMia it u coiim iwed in I enjuj
la it. And a tlie iiinteind of llu tnitiirv i
Ifie pr of wortin in viftirli U iK-ccwurilv lw
im grcHtly depeiidi-nl on the writ! In-r, there nn-f
no liopu of ii rttitHtnn bvihe tiun In-r-'tili5
jKH-iii-d flr coiiiiiH-iM'ing the Sclnl.
llii cin iiiiiftMiK-e, to.Fi ilicr iih tV- (Iifficuky
likelv to 1 rvja-rii sired m pfiH iinii" in linur from
the North rertnin article of furniture iie!i
br to the eMtabliitliiiH'iit, ami tin1 nrenllv eirea.
iil oini hi of the Rector, that, illicit tlio accont
inialatiou lo lie orf'irdi J by the new lmiMin;, be
would be un.ihle to carry into icce..f,, iritti'ia
the iti in Hiloitti-d, hnroiiHtr.iimil the committee,
however reiictnntlv, t' -,i.iie for a few k
the time for opening tlie Schotd. - "
Ilie PuMic, then'f ire, are nw,ctful!v infririnrd
that the EPIMYrPU. SCHOL ,WLL" PR
OPENED, (not on the lirM .f April a tr - sir
vertied, Inn) on Monday, the 2nd day of
June-next; al-.ludLXuiiLjuay U coiifUaUlr.
i I .1.-. .1... ..ll i.. . i: '
rvuni in i'ih it'-f i tin win iir- in n nin'H m.
By order of the Executive Committee,
GEORGE W. FREEM AN, SecY.
Riileigh, March , H
rotate or AYUIiam Tom an.
rPIIE SoliHcrilier, havi.ig obtaiuc) Ietter of Ad-
niinwtruion on the Estate of William Cuwm,
dneaw-d, at February Sciwon of Koivau Cuuiil
Court for 1"34, lierebv give notice to all pe-aoo
having pliiin"i'of nhv tn'nom1naliirHniri-d tlieeit-"
tnte of id de intent, Vr yrrscnT"thr;in a itliin fh
iiimi pretmneo: ny iaw,-ony-tmneinicBTefr,Tir mis
notn e will be plead in tr of their recovery. .
- ; . N, FLEMING, Adnffrr:
R-wnn 'onntT,MRrch JSl. . t" 7.'.
fpiIE undriTicnrd him thia'dav qualiueil as Ev"
. editor .of the last Will and 'lVUnH-iil ofA
dern Elli. decenseif, and herrhy n'qumia all
pt!tuit having einiuia agatuel auid rm(e, to pre
sent I lie in for paviucm witluu lli time oee4rild
by Low-f-and-nll -thote-tmicbtrd are'hoirby re"
ejuewed W make pavment.1- -' ---
JAMES ELLIS, Executor. ,
November 2.1, 1 S;i;l. ' tf
hunt i:ti; c iitni vt.i:
""F0R""?At;i1 CHEAP.
riIIE Suheriber Im juif completed all thrrV
puira neceawirylo a aecoml hainl Carriaj
which har for mime time put lieen in hit po
wsfiioit for that ptirMKe, and now OFFERS If
FOR SALE, iu pu i mmnre of instruct iuti8 friin
Ihe owiiej who has no uac.f r iu - ..... : . . -
The Carriage is now an good a when new,
and run be aoeu at rny ahop by thouc aeairou (
purchase.""
JOHN I. SHAVER
tl
Dwember 2.
C'bnrleston .and C heratt
THE STEA .NT-KuAT MACON
Cirr. J. C. Grawaw,
MAYING beei. engaged, last Summer, in run
' miiir betwenn ('lnir legion and Cheraw, calling
at George-Town on her. way up and down,will re
uiiBi har 1 . iii in liiii iioin'oo nf n ) uayin
'T
IS intended to be continued in the trade the eiuM
nig seiiaou.
Her exceeding light draft of -water, (drawinft
when loaded, only about four and a half feet) iH
enable her to reach Cheraw at all timet, except
on an .uncommonly low xiurrwuen.hr.CJTgol
be lightered, at the expense of the boat.
Charleston, Sept. 20, 1831. tf i
N,.B. She has comfortable aceomnwdat kmafof
a few passengers. J. I. C.v
NEW BOOK BINDERY.
ITflTH a view tn the more efficent prosecntioo
V of Afteir buMOAM,.the tnhscribert Uw tf
tabiished a" LOOK BINDERY. Having procu
red the beat materials from the. North, and
ployed a workman who come well recommended
they are prepared to execute on moderate terffl
all orders in this line. . '.
Axomnt Rnoki, Kecortl,At rule4 and fiaJf
to order: and every kind of . Binding prorupij
executed in the beat and neatest manner onre
JOSEPH GALES & SON-
Raleigh, August, 132. ' tf
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