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PUBLISHED WKKKLY: JOHN HEARD, Jr, Hditor and Projirhtir. HfZl f Number from ihc Uthuinz, 730 : No.' G ()!' TIl'iT XVthVOUJMK.
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, Salisbtiiy, Uownn County, N.C, '5ri T ' SatunlnyJIormng, July -12, 183-1. -
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fell. M IM I. I, . MaMC 4jM 4f
... MM mwH l fc-twi la ta."
-THE LAND.. , ,
IV been upon tha monntaia dp
" Vln-n U wind had died away,
Arl, lik in orran-gnd uWp,
The hark inajftfie lay ;
J!di lovhor is lH" varml srnne,
Tli lull, the Uk, lh true,
U'Lu UthJ w litftii f suiniflit'i ipicm r
The land the land m; I
Tin iflauriag fttiM I'v. glided o'rr,
Wlii-n (.tiljr Wrw Uir lnwui ;
Hut iHir was tho rimiant .hofe
Tli H'ilijfr 'rooag (lie trre,
Tl. murmur of tit. iwiiiU u rill,
Til" bldMatmt Waving fri-e,
Tin ng of bird, iin .very tr"e :
T )f IuikJ tlr laud liir me !
Tlie liilWa hav. Wn among,
Wlii'ii they roll' J m iiHtinUiiM dark.
Ami illicit brr lilac it rurUiu tiling
Around our lifiwm.' berk;-
K'll tfHe rue, when I'm .torui B fwere.
My (mile f nil Ltiiudo fims '
Vlt-re wind may hoT, hiH iaiiut piorca :
1'Lc I Mini- lit. U.4 ft tnel ' . -
Anl ttlinn roiinil llie lightning flaxhM,
l't Iw'i'n om th -.
Ami Ui tlie 1,11 1 1 li Im-In-. Ill l'o da.oli'J
Ailiwn (lie lnuul Mwp;
Illl' II" W tllU 1 IIM Mfu tMt kllUTP,
Hit. fver li-l in. he :
Tli. IW 1H lilhrrt Wm!rf o'er
'R land tin- mJ fur .if
f w
Tv'S'tTU WKEKLY::::r iiT::::.JMI.N PI-LVRD, JR.
TKIMl Or fl HLICATI0.1.
I Tha "Wwrrma fAiounu" piillit.id ei.ry
ll.l'lny, at Two lVllir x r annum if paid in advanro,
I wo IJuUar. and I illy ti-ntu u uut inul until alter
,.' i ipiralion ol tfiife iixhiIIih.
.'1. .No tubrtCr ntHfli will br n-c.ivpii fir.a !? time
tf.nn ori jw ; and a (hilnre to notify tin? Fditor of a
v. i)i to tiuNHintinii'', nt li-a.it unit uiuiiui Mitff tJic expi-
n'Hn.of a J cut' auWriptiua, wili- tw cwmW a. a
n'W rnti('nn,nL
4..Anv wrmm who will onctire nix wiri-ril.r to
CaitAinian, ami t.kr thr tnonM. of rolliinnjr and
tiiinMiiiMinp tli .mt-nirt tn-rti lo the rVlitnr, ahtll
lut. the pr during thu cunUnunuce of Uimr tub
m ription, willnmt ch'gc.
Ttun or AivruTimKu.
t. Advtiwpnt wilt bo conMiiicuimiily anil corroct-
ly mrtod at 5(1 com iht diuaro fur tJw first irmrtion.
- .tjd-WJ-epntji for nrrh cortnntnncPT bntwhrTWTni i
vnrtuK'Hic-nt la orilcrnd, to e in only tw k, 00 eta. will
..ba charged, (ui atek iiutctuirb ---:-'-:
Mm-rMintn. Altichantrs, tmt f'mfitiional auntie.
liiftrW!) 'mtT'ilwiin! omiBbr Jo arncti r. befire the
public, ia ouT advnlMii) cnluinnn, will hp rwoivrd an
rrtv artr.rtinOrtt inil a duIiM'tion. of 1j im cvuL Hill
MW.Hdwroin tlm attovrflJarct't-
TO fOKREifiroUBJIT.
1. To inmra proront atlention to lHter. axldreaaed
to-taa Jaittor, -vt poKafr ltoukl m alt cjkm m
C'umut,PrU'T orrrodiicV. Vc. .
AT SAIJSDL'R'..JuIy 0.
Wil, .
. .rKI
Ihamlr, apph',--;-4hr4?narftsr'
-t i-nntri..i- "
H-ull, 11 ft utr . .
Butler 10 ;ye, . . .
tot ttiu, in need, . VJ tSojjar, brown,
KniaJ.l0i I - W,. ...
r,;tn-e IS a.ls,Salt,
?'rn, . . , . IlW ITallow, . .
. .VI
. 75
. 10 a 121
4Ua M
a 10
8 a 20
Father,". . . 30 . fl'-Jha','
lijur, (scare.)
fi50 a 700-VVIipat, (lui-hol) 8(1 a 100
Fluked,
,44-a.4XU
Iilrwicd n7per gallon, $1 l-'J
AT FAyfiTTEi'ILIJLJuJy U
. . 0 a OJ. Iron' " . . .
I'randv, pt'ivh,
' apple,
isi'oswax, . .
(ilHw, . . .
'""'ton. . . .
uru, . . .
Fh'.-.-vfil, . .
Kb mr, . .
ttaiUVja,", ' .
. 55 a ttO Molasses, . .
. 2S a JCiXaih, cut, . .
. 17 a IS Sugar, "brown,
.Ula,1.3! lum. .
.lljul'i1 Vm(, .
.110 Salt. . . .
.100 a 110 Wheat, . . .
. 33a3TVVonli .
XTTfiWAtr; July a
Jt.itnu-, .
. io a i ji.muu&wa,
. . 13 a vjW.ViiilH, . . .
40 a )
tl'ofton, new,
. . 10 a 42l
JM) ,
Rice,
.450 a 500
. 30 . .
Salt,, in sacks,
rinxted. . . .100 a ri'wSunrar. urime.
9 a 12
I a 121
0 a 10
Fluur, ininerfinc. .000 a 75IH common,
fine, . .550 a 6KH -hwf & lump, 15 a IS
Ir'.i, .... 41a 5 Tallow, (scarce) . 10 a 12
Ijinl. . . . Ut a 121 Teas. . . . .125 a 150
Mackerel, . , .050 a OtkWhcat,. . i . 90 a 100
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C.).. uly 3.
""on lit 121'lArd, . . . . . 10 a 121
Brandy, pnacli, J. 73 ' Molae., . . . 45 a 0
amile. 40i5d.ItfckercL. HM.aJSOO
liuttlT. ,
, Iti
bnsheL , . i -J
txiffee,
JumJl.'aLJt I'll
(SugwbrQwiu.. 10 a.J2V
i-orn.
A-.
.110 a 123
loat &1UWP, io a 'i
(nUon.
. 10 a 12
Tallow, . ..... .10 a 12
Flour.-
.750 a SOOtTeas,
00 a 00
40 a 60
Iron,
" 4 a SilWhUkey,
AT CAMDEJf, fS.,)...Jly 4.
"con, . . . . 12 a 14Flour,(l.Caro.k .600 a 700
"randy, peach, i 45 a 50 - -(Cam.njillg).900 a 1200
appple, . 00 a 00 Iron, -. r . 00 a 00
Hoeawax. . . . l'2a l5 Urd. . . . 12 a 13
fotton. . . " . fl a 12irrallow. ... 10 a 12
tWn,- . . . .123 a lStiWheat. bushel, .137 150
teatW ; . . 30 a ft). Whisker.! ---US 40
Lincoln Cotton Factory.
fpiIE HuUcriW, inlemling lo Vt North
ruliiui,'ii(E-rt fr l hi intrrfxt in lliU lu.
I1 evtaUwhioeiit. )U Im emicliiiM to diviJo
bit intnriH Into Hlure. uTI00, n4 Iim ajipiHiitiHj
JOHN PHARI), Jr. lUqr., hi. ig'-nt at Kili.Ui
ry Cr rming FulMcrititiuna. . InlumMtttun in n
(jarJ to lh Fttwr, b funiUltttd on ippltcn
lion to the auUcnbtr at Lincoluton, or, a to llio
tcruu of HoUtcriplton, by Mr. Iktrd at KiluliurY
JA.MCS MV1N(.8.
Linoilnloo, June 39, 1631. If
Ni:VINC3.
i r
ill RS. HOWARD, who Iim bonn in thn Ul.it of
d'nii work fr tailor., Iwreliy f ooiice that :
uiIi-ikU, in fuiurt, to take in Hewing on her own I
account tnd, having ao Mnixtant wIkkv work ran
mil l auqiampd for nfuinns and ilrengt h, the fn U
riMiftiiunt lluil ah can giva aatinfuctioii to l how w Im
nut) f.tor hrr with lhir cuirtom.
TV fiJIowing will ba hrr chargfn, m :
Fr making I'anlaloona, from 75 end to I lllnr.
for making Vn, 75 to7jct.
For nuikinz Round-Jackcta, 75 cfnta to 1 dollar.
OCT HIllRTH, ali, will bo mJt on the tmrt
rnormlilo trrtn lkltMrav JL will autuudcrtak
lo ml out with 4it (Mtt.rna.
Siili.lMiry, Jural 14, 1934. tf '
IJccvcs Wanted
'I'HK fiulmrrilpr, iirt.mlinr to rarnr on a tfgtilar
1 bniiiiirM at BUTCHERING, in the Town of
Salndiury, wiirttca to Uiy a numlier of good Ivnevm,
for which tlie bighvM pricea will be giveo,iacisb.
CT Ilia ('untomra are notirasl thl Im will be
rcwly to wipi'ly thcoi with (1(H) I) BKF.F on
TueolaytTliurwdHy, and 8iiirh'v, of tach week,
for the rent of the araauo, at the unml rnti'..
JOH. J. SIIAVXR, ,
Palinliury.June 28,"l$34. tf
l)lTISIOXORDi:US!
-Il4ad-QHarlfm, .
SDl Jiy. 2thh J l C, 4e44.-V-
rpiIK7ih, 10ihrand Uth Ilridp cwnpomnj
the Foorth Dt rtanB oTute iVlVuri of jSorth
Caroliiwi, wiH'beTReviewetf aad tnctcd iii the
following order: '
I -TJiej:8tlwJI7th. And .JSth Bcgure4iU,.at4he
ownuT llutlrMdloo,-a ediwklay lira JW of
I . I--1HI m.i.iB-wrn i nil..
'-' Tlie 70H "and 71rtTegirnen(,1t Linclntohj on
Friday the 6th of September.
CoJ, Fullena ider'a KwitDenJ ( yaisy,atliw;U
ed to the idlh Briirado, at the aame time and
ulucu.
v
The 69th Regiment, at Charlotte, on Tuesday
the Bth of September, . .
Col. Meana a Regiment of Cavalry attBchcdlo
the Ilth RnOTvUh9.W and nlace...
The Cttth RegimX at their usual parade-ground,
on Thiiniday the 11th of September.
The tttd Regiment, at Concord, on Snturday the
1 3Uu f.Kptembip.
The Fir ReiHmcnt of Totimlecri, under the
command of Cob Coleman, at the aame time and
The 00th and 61st Regiments, at Lawrcnceville,
on Tuesday the 16th of September.
The 87t'b Regiment, at their regimental muster
ground, on Friday the 10h of Septemlicr.
llie 88th Regiment, at Mpcka, on Saturday the
20th of September.
:Tb 63d Regiment, at Moclisvillo, on Tuesilay
The 64th RejnmeiJUM.fcaIuuuiyrn.4.iwrly-
llio V.)U of Aeptejiibe;,
BrigTidier-Onf rnl B
'bTexpectet) 'towUetiJ the Reviewing Olficer thro'
a part of each of their respective Drigndes.
TJyon3cFof MaJor-UiShcral T. li
JOSF.PII A. BREVARD, I . .
June 2, 1834. 3t
New Tailor's Shop in Concord.
rnHE Subscriber inform, his old customera and
JL the mihlie in ireneral. that he hat REMOVED
TO CON COR D, where he haa opened a Bliop, in
which the TAILORING BUSINESS in its
rious branchee will be executed in the most fash
f r oa..
ionable, neat, and durable manner. He flatters
huusdl that iiU akill wJheJttaiuesa and hi corw.
stant' personal attention iff hi Wtablishuient," will
enable him to redeem all pledgee made to those
whrmny fav
ftir He receivea the latest FASHIONS iregu
larly both from New York and Philadelphia, and
work, bv the most approved systems. Cutting
out, and Ortjera from a distance, will be promptly
attended to ; and lat,lut not lcait,ii iermt ieiU
be vera accommodating' : .
THOMAS 8. HENDERSON, ,;,
-N.B. tie it determined to" do vorlc in a ttyh tu
pcriof to any don In tkit parte the country, and
UW4TI WAB HASTED TO FIT WKt,i
LlCconard, March 29, 1834. Cia
A
..J xV'yr?
Job Printing,
anMit '
WESTERN CAROI1NIAN OmCE, ,
rkJwbury, iUjr 17, IWL f
ar prrparM to mocuu r kuU of i'rintini
in vrjf aupfM atjrld, ao4 our cbirfeo wilt b.
a rMiuoablo aa any. fTCT Onlrta rhin tfuteaca will
aittijra hmn4 lit. rwal prompt tttetitmn. '
or tbi
STATE OF KOUTII-CAR0LINA.
IHK)K8 OF StTBScluPTION in STOCK In
the New ftaio llank of North Carolina, will
lie ojtrned, in the Towu of balubu nr, on the lOlh
of June l nut. Capitaliula ho are aiuiout to make
a p rotitalde inveMinenl t their fumU, will do well
to aft-wid at an early diiv, aa it ia believed that tlie
w uolo amount will be aivlily tokeu Uj.
TIIOS. L. COWAN, )
WM. II. IIUIIAII, )ltoHer9'
ime 7,134. ' trJA
Pnlinl.irj-, June 7, 1684
Tfo Tkml Smttm vf the ubovc ttut Button
' will coaiEJciTos
TI1E FIUbT V OF MAY.
f PlIF. BubacriVra, thankful for peat patronage,
pleilga theniMilire to cuter upon the eaercitea
of the ut-xt acMioo with renewed aral.
. IVJkFARROW,
T. W. SPARROW,
tulubury, April 12, 1S3U - - - tf
At Cost!
H. liTaMliY Ac HON,
HAVING DtfrKRMlNE! to CLOSE THEIR BU-
IN THIS PLACE,
With the view of removing trtrthe Ptattj.rjf Miwti
aippi early in the en..ng Fall, beg leave to
. . inform the TuWic generally thai they
Have Coiirluilfd to Nrll Ofl
TI1L1U tiTOCK OF GOODH,
co.ixiartwa or
DRY-CJOODS, IIAHD-WARli,
AND
ALLjt)ierABTlCLEa
eenerallv kept on ha
and by Ci, . '
Thp.r fltnek iiitArge, Complete, ml New
Uic wUoto ;hiiymg 4er- purejaoa.wHmn-iiie'iaat
Uwnlve utouitta
OOTIiey hSupectruliy invite llieir fnewla and
customer, aa will a. the raiWlc ia general, to call
am! wmrie flajnVM'tlic.yaWAilermlneXto
aaiMtucMon to all wtvo wuui io purcoaae.
HaliatHtry, Maruh UV1M4. tf ----
IS LIS COLN COUXTV
llio Subscriber, intending W TCmovc to Alabama,
"oFFER3'T0R"8A'L"E, """""
His Residence in Lincoln County
Including, in one body, about
Of Real Good i? a r ut i -it g 4 n d,
mHL On which is a fina
constructed of the best ma
tenuis, hi line taste, and good workmaasiiiu, Al
so, all convenient Out-Houses, COTTON AND
THRESHING MACHINES, Barus, Stables, die.
iwaa-. MjOKJ aaW'r-JiWiM -'-
tijdjpXX4ie4i
Lying on both sides of Dutchman's Creek, contain
tng about"--- -
liignt IIutvAred aVeTcs,
A-iRSTJtAT& FOR-AN Y-PURPOSESi
45iThahowFrortyw
oT one, two, and three yeara. -
In my absence, application may be made to my
brother, Jv romey.
' DANIEL M. FORNEY.
Lincoln Co., May .17, 1834. tf
Slate of Aorih Carolina, JUNE 14th,
AjINCOLS UOVNTt. " j ) f 104.
petition for a Road nnd Ferry.
To Juha Fcrkios, Alexandwt PerUniThofc.S!
"dyilhd wife, theiie
heirs of Joseph Perkins, doc., heirs of Elisha
tin:v:c.Tad'lhe"torroritoDe
and wife, dec., (all heirs at law of Eli Perkins,
dec.) and to all others whom it may concern i
rpAKE NOTICE,' that, at tho next Count T CouH
.a. to be held at Lincolnton, oq the. third JUnnday
n July, k Petition will be presented for a Public
Road, to pass over tlie lands of aaid heirs, and for
a Public retry, to be established on the stud mad.
across the Catawba River both of which will be
situated between Lincolnton and Statcsville.
. - "JACOB SIIUFORD.
L June 14, l2i, 6t--
iu:c laviTii'H
T lifter, who aiw a(nWwJ ith IIKAD ACtlrj,
llFART-lll nNJ.amJ othpralnwrrWng mp-
lotna ol iliM4-rod txiwM h, Iwwt-U, and bier, may
find relkf ia Dr. Hirkwith'a Airfi-Iryirptie Tttk,
which can be had at this 02k-ttic LAy
tenia per box.
. . i M Uuctor, wlio one reoiiM ia Una place, but
now bvea in Raleigh, ha, after a ionjr ami rttr
aiva practice, bena etatbled to rompouiid a tnorf a.
hiaule renly for (lie chrocuc dueaaaw af the V
geative' organa, ao emrMiala Suuibera rluxiatea,
eepecially with tbnen who lead ardentary Uvea.
It would U an away acatier to anale uut cxrtifi.
calea lo nrove that tln-e 1'iU. are a aomrig re
medy " for Mall tlie ilia that fleah m brir to;" but
it ia not pretended that they are an univeraaT ami.
dole. OrtihVatee ia the nwrt raaatertable Iliyai
ciana and other rentlemeo ran be ahown to eub-
ataulutle their elUcacy in the particular cloaa U
ptaoaar, aUive apoken ol : and the hdOor 4 line
paper can eify that he haa derived apeedy awl
perinaurnt h ImI, in tlie umi of them, from a
direaqog and Vwr-Cootinond brad-arlwi. Hum.
of hia frietida tried them, at bia Miggeatigo,ande
perirneed the aame beniificiaJ elcta.
'Rli.Iuy,7uin i I47lt5t-- -
Land for Sale.
rpiIF. Suh-criLer oflera for aate a Tract ut Lend
of 5 0 7 AC It K 8, lying An k4h atdca of!
1 1 rant a Creek, U mile anuihweot of Halbrtajn.
From' ISO lo 200 Acree are cleared, about 20 of
which ui etcelkiit Meaihiw in jp.xl orrh-f. TUrjre
twagmj I)WELLING HOUlConllie
)'jjLUnd, a Rant, and other oul-bou . Tern
wiU ba made acwMuruodating to any one Tndung
to purcltaae.
DO1" Any one demnne to aae the Property, will
pleaae call m (He Snbacriber, living five iuik f;oru
Sttlinbur)', on tlie Mad to lleattiea -rL
MAHMLW U. LUt KE.
June 21, iSS t. tf
rpiIE SJUcrilier wi.bes to purchase LIKELY
IS l.U KOha, from ten to thirty yean old, and
rill oar the moat liberal oricei In Cah.
All who have such proiierty to ll would do
. j . . ...
well to-call on him, or Mr. John Jones, hi- Agent.
aw a a. mar a-
lie can do ntna at nr. Maushti-rs li4ti, mi
Salixliury, and Mr. Junes at Dr. Boyd's Hotel, in
Cbarl4t. . - u "
He thinks it proper to aay, that be in not con
cerned irr biiMiM- with Mr. James Iluie, or with
anr. other .person..
All Letters addreawMl to bun, or Mr. Jum. wUl
lie rMinctually attended lu...
KlUl.ll 1 III I Km
. IigaACE IL.BEAR1X Tailor
1 1 EG8 leave lo inform his fneods, and tha public
. " genem that orders, in hw line wiU al Jrayt
be thankfully received by hitn, and executed in the
moat Meat, r Mhiooable, end JhiraWe manner on
b-nna aa ee,tiftblfl,aa anv ia lhia ectwu.f
try. 11. 11. B. hopes, from hwjong prwclice of hi I
resided in the city of Philadelphia,) and from the
general jaabdciiin liejiaaereto given to .his
numerous resjxvtablc and jailiiooiible owloniers, to
merit and receive a portioa of tlte patronage U tue
public lif gWierai; - -
(ty 1I Utters himself that his CIJTTING
reallf supcrk.r to any done in this Suie, aa juay
be tested irr thTtaAMiatfid Majtctf of ft whir h
attends earments made in hi establishment. He
is in the regular receipt of the Report of the Fa
anions" as tlwy chaye ti tfi " in the larje cifie jf
thia country and ol Europe no tluit gvhtleinen
mar be satisfied that their ordora will always be
executed in tho cry latest style. -
Order from a distance w ul be attenoVxl to with
the same punctuality and care as if tha customer
were present in person. '
... Salisbury, MayHj, 193;-";":
i ENJ HiIN FR A" LEYrhavm received"
hitost Phihvdelphiariaw- Yorkr LiMtdonL and J
rans aiyies ui r Aoiiiu.a, auu ua?ui ui uis ciu
ploy i -number of Workmen who areflrst-raae, is
prepared taewr-and- tmkwrfnr arytewrpt-rfor
to any done in thia part of the country, and always
warrant!
OrJors
t " 'i "i"i11" 1 . . ...
r v or iu ins una, I row a oimanee.w iu
be punctually attended to according to order f and
all kinds of local cutftom-work will be d-ioe at the
shortest notice and on reaaonablc terms. -1 .
" He' ran le found, at all times, at his old ulanJ, a
fnw d'Krs aliove Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, and nearly
opposite Mr. John Murphy's store.
''vVp'taTlobs.-
Being Annt for some of tlie mont Fanhiorrahle
"i'ailonr -m-iimm'. York; hbaeriber-i-reiwd
to teach or give instruction to any of the Trade
ha may desire io ba mora ferfeet- i their Wa
nes and, from his belief that he ia fully capable
of gtvmg aatiAfaction, he repectrully requests all
wlw desire instruction to call on hi in.
SaliHbury1l34-ly V i B. FRALEY. ;
Eyery kind of Blanks,
ana siTtLtor ... ,
Writing and Wrappki? Pajf r,
- - FOR SAIJ& AT THIS OFFICE. -
Krr Job rrintiup neatly ciccuted.
7." Dollars Howard.
Ii'K'AIT.D fn-m lle Hub nber, while encamp. ,
ed at Hi hMe of CuL A. WaU. in Uocking. -
kam Cow j, (S. C) on the aight U" tU IQili vf - -
aj lairt. a .
ArRTOJIan, Pejned JOUX . ",
UeUaUut30T.arold.ab.jt5(Met Ulnchea '
hifk M auarla recollected bad on a Wome-t'Uil , -
jri luog cuet, and ctuim. thread and cotton
ruiUluuM. John waa purtba ed from ArvLiUld
orbea, in Ftl County, near Creenvilte, and M at .
prubabie be will c leavof to get back to the aame) "
ariffttburhood. - .
The above reward of rVrenfy-Five lMlar wiU
be paid to any one who will apprehend and lodg 1
the aaid Negro in any aJ, ao tliai tlie aubaenbrr
can get mm again. Lettcra addre rd to Ue un-
oct wgnra, u iucauignaa ioorumu, t a.; ww
recctte iflicuediatt Attetttton. . ..: J " '
JOHN !.. MORRIS.
Jury 5, 1834. 10
VST TW EiUlor of tha Tarborough Free rreee
w iU pubiodi the above adverli nwut to the amount
of to, and ecod a receipted but to thia otuce, for
2State of-North Carolina :
JJN0QL3LC0U.VTY.
Court of rUas and quarter Sestiont,
ArauTsewj lat.-
Samual P. Simpson,
rs.
lleury CarviU.
orii
inal AttatLiticnL
I T anpeaxuig, to tha aaiatUcf tou of I La Court.
L that Henry CmilL luouVjcMii, U Jot : :
lulukhiuut of Una Mais i it is tlicntor UrdmJ,
lltal laibucatiiaB ba made, for au weeks, ui w11k
Untera Cnj4rmart,' that thaT said dV tjUU ap
ppar at the next Court ut i'leas and Quarter Sea. .
atona, t be b.M ( the Coutily nf Luicohi, at tho "'
IVitirthoiwe la'liucolulou, oa tho third Moucky im
July uejLU..lben and tbera tu repievy Ue tiiot U 1'-
i tod upon, aial cuter au pwaa i MliCi w law Uc tain,
bit will ba taewrd etrpaiie-, and judgnient, pro O-O- 7" '"" '
eniered ap mart buuu
WrmeaTMir WrAnernatliv; Cloik oT aaid
Court, at Otltce, the 6th Monday after thrttb iu
March, A.U. 1134.
..... M."W."ACERNAT1IY, .
June7,I934-Ct Clerlu ..
laron Woohcortht
rrYatch, rand -Clock: 5IkciT
UFf. leate fa inforM fhe CMtehttf ftlinburrV. 7 ?.
. .rsaJI t those brKoW aiid fhe- surrmirhL- -
wg CuMMtMWf that h
Krraoird hia Eatabliihmf 11 1 - ' - -
T&VIK fKHTTlt BIDE or THE COUjiTirOln,"'
m; ) A w doors abort Mr, i iu. LL Klauso i -K.
9. J - toralUaLa. ik Mam HtrreL ? r t -Ct
toralloULsa Um Mam Htrett. T ( u
Where We atuT cuiUnueai as berefofore, to execute 7
- -- ALL' KINDJJ OF' WORK-""
Ut tlie hoe of hi pruhoo, at ahortj jge . ,
XHTo7ikt stoat rratvnablt trrtei. ' '
WATCHES dt CLOCKS REPAIRED ar IIIM
- , au casta aa' "
Warranted tor 12 Montha!
tad-toim ulspuaed Urpafr.aMie him, aroafwjred
T. that ao paiua will ba spared to give the'mort - V-
fwral.aaj entire aaiukclH o4hetnr;rr-: r
(ttr ENGRAVING rafatwry dcriptionrPni
eluding Ti Tr..Ft!in,j will bt! iTHtedwilh acavsr,
new aKi ccniy, at a,i ri ntiice.
SaJislry, Jan. 27, 134. . . tf ..
Sravclloro' Znn, ;
SlTUA1TpTJUVI.TUi4-
-.Irr HOUfcE, IN THE TOWN OF !
'piIE Subscriber takes thia method of infiirmin"
-1-ttiteri that "he aVp1iT1Ioue of Enter
tainment ia Lexington, (N.C.) on Main t-treet
His 1 able will always be suimlied with the Lent
fiira that a plentiful neighborhood con afford. His
House being capacious, and attended by servants
who are industrious and aealous tu pleae, Travel,
(era can always be accommodated with GOOD
B E DS in rooms with fire-place. And last, hut
not the least important couMdciation, IlORSEtf
irifl aJietry rteeit ncn mtttntim, in the Sluf.Ie
of tie Subteriber, that they may leave it with in.
creased ability to do the service of tl.e road.
An excellent Line of
r-?T Acccstinodatlon Ct.i"C3
Leaves the Uouxe of the StiWriUr, FOlt SA.
LISDL'RY, on the '.evening of jlJWoy, Thurt.
day, and Saturday, and returns to Lexington ou
the succeeding evenifur.
'""(Cr Pamn-eri going tWm South to N'orO. l v
entering their names a fur as Fali,hury oiily,n:i-.l
there tabbg the Accommodutioit Lintj to
ton, can bave their choire, .t the latter place, l..
tween the Piedmont Line atid the one whW-h -hm-
by waa of Frederic k .!.j -'.
, .Jjiln r.:jsLm;v.
    

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