- . i
I 'jr i
flHE Subscriber. Laving gone to considerable
expeuso thi Summer, in building Warehouses
for the reception of Produce ai?iMorchandwe of
""every description, (and, we think, perfectly secure
from the risk of tire,) would respectfully invite
flatten Hod Country Merchants, who wish to store
Cotton for a better market, to call on them.
" Tlicy will also forward ellkinds of Produce lo
Xjw TorkrCharleirton, or any part of Europe
and will make liberal advance on Cotton left un-
dor their charrc. in eit Iter cash or goods. Strict
attention will bo paid to the iuferest of those who
may entrust them with their property. We think
it unnecessary to give any references, at the senior
partner ha been doing business in Cheraw for a
nniuber of year.
A. dt R. MAC KEN Z IE.
Front Street, Cheraw, S. C. i
August 18, 1834.
N. B.We expect daily, from New York and
w barlcston, a large Stock ot
selected with great care,
and purchased before
goods advanced. The Good will, be old on libc
rJ terms" lor cash or produce.
Tho following comprise a part of their Stock ;
rt ifhds. SUGAR
200 bags COFFEE I
1000 lbs. Loaf and Lump Sugar ;
" 300 piece COTTON BAGGING
200 coil DALE ROPE;
1000 Iba. HEINE TWINE j
. 18 ton Swedes and English IRON J
1000 mick SALT.
- Also- TEAS of every kind.
Sept. fl, 1634. 6t t A. & R. McK.
- HHlEREAS PhtUio- Lttaker- hair erven notfc
that I hold his Note, which, he soys, was
given without any consideration, and that he will
not pay it i I hereby five notice that the aaid note
was given to me in consideration ol inv rescinding
it trade with him for a negro and I will inakc him
jay it, and tnre too.
SaUsbur y-rJUg-ustl 0,4 34. -
IJocves Wanted !
I'lIE SubHcriber,iiitenHii2 t carry ou a reiilai
businoM at BUTCHERING, in the Town ol
Salisbury, wixhea lo buy a numU t of ood Bieve,
for which the highest prices will be given, in cash.
OCT His Customers are iiotifitnl that he will be
ready to supply them with GOOD BEEF on
Tuoilay, Thursday, and Saturday, of ech week,
for the rest of the soawm, at the uxual rates.
JOHN I. SHAVER.
SHlitlwrv, June 28, 1834. tf
VtauA tor Sac.
rlMlE SuWribr, havmedeteridiiied on moving
" to tfu SontU next winter, oflors fr Mile THE
PLANTATION on which ho lives, lb miles west
t Salisbury, ou the. waters of Back Creek.
Tiiere are 460 the truct, about
. one-half ot which is chwrcd, cltiotly frcit, iuclu-
duig 20 acres of good mondow.
X Thew in. on the premises, a comfortable Dwell-
trig HHJse, with good cribs, stable, baru, ami ollior
ut-hoiies, new and in good repair. -
Tlte waW -is -excellent,- the- situation liGahhy,
" aud the neighborhood agreenMo. "
(O The terms will .be made eas- to any person
f wishing in buy, and can b known by calling on
tho Suhacnher, or by nirectinir a letter to bim at
Z : HoaatonV Post Otnc -Rowan .inty.-- -'
-It SAMUEL JETER.
Cheap Bufj Und Good!
Tlie Subscribers respectfully
beg leaye to iuforrn the citizens
.. of Stilisbury, and tho public in
general, that they liave com-
ineiicedi jb Jin tcJi e r In c Iliulnetm,
and will hereafter be preuarod, overy MONDAY,
I WEDNESDAY", and 'FRIDAY rnbrningrto fbr-
rtish to their ctistona-rs and all others who are fond
.of tl article, BEEF of the very bust description,
hot surpassed by any in the State for the qualities
that render it ao delightful an article of food.
-They reaprctfiilly solicit a trial of their meat, feel
. - in satisfied timt their assertion will prow correct,
nd ha the moons of securing to them good sltare
of public patronage. They will sell ou '.he muet
fcasouabi toriaa thai ca Wai5rdw '
P. SHAVER dt CO.
; Salisbury, July 191934. tf
Valuable Real Property,
IS MNCOIaN COUNTY,
" icdt . i'l.'tv" """
JliC 3ubcriberr.iiitcading to, remove Ja Abhoma,
, . . OFFERS FUR SALE,
His Residence in l.iucoln Countyj
Inclurtmg, wi on body," about -
? x One Thousand Acres
i 0 f Real Good F a r in i a g L and,
aa - On which w a fine
. L.. Icotialructed of the best en
terial a. in hue taste, and good workman, -.il
so, nil convenient Out-Howes, COTTON AND
TURESIILNU MAC1IIN ES, Blrns, Stables, dec.
, . .ALSO
- ; Another Tract of Land,
Lying on both aide of Dutchmau's Crock, coatoiiv
. , . - ing about
ALL FIRST RATE FOR ANY PURPOSES,
- C Tho above Property will ba sold on a credit
of ono. two, and three year
la my absence, application may be made to my
brother, J. f orttcy. .
DANIEL M. FORNEY.
Lincoln ConMay 17,1834. " tf
' " ' ' WESTERN CAROLINIAN OFFICE,)
Salisbury. May 17, 18:54. (
XJZ are prepared to execute every kind of Stinting
if mi very superior style, and our charge will be
el roaaamBl at any. TV uraera iroin aiMwe mm
k'.ways Bteet th awat arampl oUcaNnv . -:-
tie ad-Quartera, ' 1
SALISBURY, August 21, 1834.
' rrlIE Commissioned Officer, of the
Militia are hereby commanded to ap
pear in the Towtr of Salisbury on Wed
nesday the 24th day of September, at
10 o'clock A. M., with aide arm, for
iTDrulTSnd" on the following day," at 9
o clock A. M., with their respective Companies
equipped as the law directs for Review and In
apuction by the Maior-Getteral. r -
lis order J D. R. LINN, uoi-uomti.
IL W. CONNER, AdjV - ;
August 23, 1834. Ulm
Salisbury Male Jlcadcmy.
'PHIS Institution will open, under the direction
of the Subscriber, on Monday the first day of
September. Aa he expects, at. first, to have a li
mited number of Pupils, and intends devoting hia
attention exlunivety to his School, he hopes to give
the rmsd entire satisfaction to all who patronize
biin. Ilia terms of Tuition will be, per scuBion, as
Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, $0 00
English Graihiiia'r aiid Geography, 9 DO "
Lunguagea and Sciencee, . 12 00
T1IOS. W. SPARROW.
Augiiat 3D, 1834. v 3t ,
Lincoln Cotton Factory.
TTMIE Subacriber, intending to leave North Ca
rolina, offer for sale his interest in this valu
aljlo estidiliHhuient. lie has concluded to divide
hia interest into Shares of f 100, awl has appointed
JOHN litAKD, Jr. Lsqr., bis aceut at Sulixbu
ry for receiving Subncriptioiis. Information in re
gard to .the. FncUry ..wilt.be "furuilied on applica
tion to the subscriber at Lincolntun, or, as to the
tcrtns of Subscription, by Mr. Beard at Salisbury
J A MLS UlVl.NUS
Lincolnton, June 28, 1834. tf
State Of North-Cnroliua:
Courf of fytfity Spkino Tsnx, 1834.
William Guy aiid others,
i Petitiou for sale and
distribution of real cs-
Jaincs Guy and others. ) tutc.
IT APPEARING, totho sntisfnetion of the Court
- that James Guv, Richard Hancock and EIiza
both Ins wife, and Thomas Hanock and Jane his
wife, tlio defendants named in the Bill, are not in
habitant of this State : It is therefore Obuerko
that publication be mnde, for six weeks, in " The
esteru Carolinian, printed in Salisbury, that the
naid defc'ulniits do apneitrat the next Court of Equi
ty to be hehl fjr the County of Iredell, at the Court
home in Ststietville, on the eighth Monday after the
fourth Monday in September next thou und thore
to answer the :tition ; otherwise it will be hoard
exparte, and the pmvr thereof be gnutted.
" JOllN MCSIIAT, C. Ac M. E.
August 23, l"3l. 6w
Ki t kWITII H
Tf PIIOSE w'U are afflietd with r HE APACHES,
1 11 EART-B URNS, and othur (list resftin; syinp-
tonis ut disordered stoumch, boweu, aiul liver, may
find relief in Dr. Bet kwith's Anti LH-sneptic Pills,
which can be had at tola OfBce-prite fifly
Kkiuh per won
lite Doetor. who once resided in ihi. ,J..W
l i A , .
MOW hviB in W.ilfMirh Imu nilPr u Lmu .i J avUh.
. . - - - ' - " T "
sive practice, been enabled to. Couipoiutd a luost va. .
luabio remedy for the chronic diseases of the di
gcMive organs, so common iu Southern climates,
especially with thoae who lead sedontary lives.
It would be an easy matter to make out certifi-!
ontes to prove that these Pills are A soyenaini res.',
rnedy" Tor "nil the ills that flesh is heir to; . buttne Constitution.
ii la ool pceiennea that they are an umvwrwu anti
dote, -. .Certificates of tht rnost rpectatde.PJiysi
cians and other gentlemen can be shown to sub;,
stantiate their 'efficacy in the particular class of
Diseases . above spoken of : and the Editorof this
paper can testify that he has derived s;eedy and
permanent relief, in the use of them, from a most
distressing ami bmg-continued ltad-ache.., Some
"of his frie idt tried them, at his suggestion, and ex
perienrrid the-same beneficial cfti'Cts.
Walisbury, June 14, 1934. tft , .
Ten Dollars Reward.
I) AN AWAY from the subscriber, on Monday
ntorniii' tlie SHtli 'ult'aTMr. Larkln Stowes
in Lincoln county, a NEGRO MAN, about five
f't eight inches high, af a color between a black
old ; when spoken to he has rattier a sour look ; he
haa a-.reuiarkabl.,scar-;u- Itis. WU-wriatr lencth4
wise; also-one or more scar, from rifting, on his
brenxt. His name is NED, and lie i well known
ia LinctJn and Mecklenburg counties in this Statu,
a-id m York District, S. C.
Any person who will lodg him in iail, in either
of the above Counties or District, so I can get
hint, shall receive a reward" of Ten Dollais.
. Christ ianavillo, Mecklonliurg Co, V
Ausust 2nd, 1S34 8t --
75 Dollars Reward
ESCAPED from tlie Subscriber, while encamp
1 ed at the house of Col. A. Watt, iu Rocking.
.win Couhty(N. C.) on the night of tho 10th of
iXcffTO man. named JOIIX
He is about Bt years old, about S feet 11 inches
iigh ,no marks recollected J had on a homespun
eans long eoat, and common thread and cotton
jantaloooo. John Was purchariod from Archibald
forbes, In 1 itt Couhrv, near Grtenvilla, and it
probable he will endeavor to get buck to tho same
The above reward of Seventy .Five Dollars will
-m paid to any one who will apprehend and kdge
ibe aaid Negro iu any jail, ao that the subscriber
an get him again. Letter addressed to the un
lerngned, at Buckingham Courthouse, (Va.) will
vceivo unmediato attention. 5 .
HLV I. MORRIS.
oJy 4;i.i. . , ,10 . ,
THE XX?.Rasra"o7THiilN3TITUTI0X WILL
BE RESUMED ON THE 1st of OCTOBER,.
'piIE price" of Ttiitiod per session, (5 months,) is
f V- 60 Drawing and 1'auiting, iu .uuaic,
20 payable in advance. r
Salisbury, Aug. 9, 1834. Principal. -
Tim NAME CIIANGEp.
rroposalu fbr Publinhlnj, -
la the Town of Mqrgantdn,-N.C,
. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
TO M PIVOTED TO
PoUtlcs, Morality, Literature,
-. and General Intelligence,
tNDCa THI TITll or
TIIE MOUNTAIN WltlG.
nPHE Subscriber has concluded to alter the title
nt tlm tiRtvKfinnnr nrnmwd to be nub isliod bV I
1 r I I ; . I
mm in iuorganion, ana iuiiikb ii proper ii iiivuuuu i
lis reason lor so aouig. a correftpsKionco uy toi-1
ter was held with intelliirent and pubhc-spinted in-
dividuals in Burke County, on' the subject of the I
probability ol success in tne unaertaKinir, ana tney
expressed themselves so couhttently and genernlty
in the amrmative, that upon their -solicitation the
Subscriber was induced to ihhuo the original Pros-
fiectus even before he had visited the place of his
intended location. . N.tt giving much importance
to name i, when he considered his principles ortho
dox, he selocted " The Mountain Spout" becaune
it deemed to hint to be appropriate to the hoc t ion
of country in which it was proposed to locate, ns
well as to Jhe very humble abilittca wl.ich, he, fc.lt
would be engaged in the conduct .of the concern.
The Sultseriber, however, is aware that "there t
something in a imme;" and a rin-ent vinit to Mor
gantoii, whero he had the pleasure of an inter
change of views and sentiments with his future pa-
trons, has induced him to change the name of his
paper to one morajapmpmto tohjt
aiid "pbTi I ical li sTopondi
iiHlopondence of thoso amonz whoml
it will bo established.
With renrd to local and sectional questions, the
People of Western North Carolina, like all other
communities, are more or loss divided ; hut, in re
lation to National Politics the danger' to the Con
stitution from the encroacmentx of power, and the
necetity of preserving unimpaired the Rights of
the States, as the only safeguard of Liberty- the
Subscriber hoard, among the intelligent and high-
"minded Freeinen of the mountain region, but one
opinion expn-ssed, viz. a determination to snpiort
ttieir rohticai lnstitutinne against aggresntn, and
to hiuid down to their posterity, uncorrupfod by
violence, the Liberty which thoy inhoritcd from
As the first inquiry, upon a proposal of this kind,
generally is, " What will be the political character
ol the . .puper r the Subscriber will givo au auswor
withsit the least reiterve :
Born and educated in Virginia, his earliest aa well as
his ntntureat feelings and convictions are decidedly in
favor of tlviNfl political principles cherished by his dts-tingiiiwli.-d
follow-citizens who have presided over the
I ... .. . . ... .i . n ii.
uiTBiuraui una groat n.c niuiic.
if.. k..i..i.:. .t. .Lk.i v:.-;.:. .-j v
lkjr8adHM'a and. Reports of 170 and 1790, Htrh
were drawn up bv those ffreaL statesmen and .nalriofat
Madison and Jefferson, contain a true vxpowtion of the
rights of tha States and of the relative powers of the
M.-nrtai nuu oinw vjuvrruiuuuu
lie uunks Uial the rarest way to avoid, coll wions
woW be y adrwrnrto a tilerat eenstructton of the
W-"UUW?V I , "T1 .mmK m.mtamtd
I a tt if tu,iAi ahnhA it Ivn ka ai. I 1 - - - - -
r""Vl niA'.UICl At. -t .WV TTrTmi nTVV7tnillUlll
't1 t '. . - . ... ..s-M.ai
or by tlie States, that is not clearly delegated to the.
former; or evidently reserved to tne latter, The cat.
structive power, an it is called; is more to be dreaded
thi.it open force, because iUt encroachov nU are ao silent
and irraliial as to eicite little or no apprehension, while
at Uie,ima. tune they are undermining the very foun
dations' of our sytttem. ' ..
rtr tnmiw mat nothuig can mstiry ao infraction of
iib viHreiiiuuon. juo suirni oreacn will one a Lae wav
for another." and that ibr a third. 'until ever rmtrir.iinn
km its original stretHrUt. and we fareome habittinfrd
.. ... . ' i
to encronctiinenta. On tlus suhiect, as on mtav otitera.
the admonitions of the great and good Washinirton are
itidicious and salutary." Precodcnta," aaid he, in his
Farewell Address, "are dangerons thinga; lei etxry
outturn oj in i a) n runt ton oe reprentnaea. II defect.
ive, let n do amended, out not Mtuered to M trampled vonoo, -Bpw
while ll has ah existence.'' : " Corn," . "T .
The Sohscnber has witnewed. witli bainful anxietv.
tlie abtine of precedents, which have been made to frit
ter a wty the tonstitni;oa, until, in practice at least, it
scarcely nice the same instrument that came from
the hands of the Convention which formed it The
practice of implymg power mnst cease, or our noble
tis-mot (""mraeniwiU soon be radically and peHiapa
'rrevecly changed - . N
At present, the danger from this source is mtieh
more threatening than ,1 ha. ever been .tiny former.
perioibecaase those in power, who renort-to preeedent
ssfrwhmcn popularity, (hat their pggrewiions-are
nvprlnnka.1 Kt innnnii. Diiml. I .. L ..f
puUk&dtility to their trusts, m forkful of' every
tiling but tlio grut
or theit inordinate pasions.
. Enough has. boen mhI to indicate what will be the
complexion of. "The MouuUin Whig" in regard to
-Aa to Btau eoneern it will adyocate speedy alter -
..:.-.. l- r :. . 1:1 r tJ . .
auuuut uie vinmiuiiHHt, a-tiuentt aysiera Ol internal
irwpeosenientt an enlightened enuise of Ai;fll5uIlureTl7wtn'
and everr thirur else calculated to advaVww
ritv and honor of the EdrtorV adopted State: "
A due ptonnrtioa of the paper will 1st devoted to Re
ligious, Moral, Literary, arid other shcCuI subincts,toge-
ther with the passing News of tbe Day, both domestic
and foreign; and rts columns shall always he ornament-
ed with extracts from the Light Literature of the age,
and such efforts of the Post's and the Wit's i marma-
u powvra,aa win anont 10 patrons inat "Variety
' J m. mi. ..uti.iiur will ur m
Kcted which m calculated to improve the andmrtand.
ing or the heart, whde every thing of an OppufiLo ten
dency shall be excluded (rom its coJuinna. .
1. Tbe flrst Natif "TJw Motfflujin Whig" will be
issued as soon as (the requisite number of subscribers
con be obtained to warrant the making of the necesa.
ry arrangements fcr that purpose ; and the andenigned
would appeal to the friends of the proposed undertaking
to enrol their names at aa early day.
3 h !u weeMpon a ahH
mMllim with aim ton .rut m annii nanar T
,, ' vr- B r-r
DolUrs per year, payable 00 tho receipt or tbe first
' S. Reaponrible persons who will take tho trouble to
set as Agents, in procuring subscribers, Su will be al-
lowed 10 per cent. upwUteir.transactioBa, - '
ISSUED WEEKLY-::"t:::::::.JOILN ULAi JK-
l. Tha Wamaa CikouNii"" ia published ev
Monday, at Two Dollars per annum if paid m advance,
M ii n:A rt. ... until tlr
or Two uoiiara ana r uiy veuu u "
the exoiration of three monliia,
4 No mm will be discontinued until all arrearage
art paid, unlet at the daeretioa of tin Editors -
- 3. No aubscription will be received for a leas timt
than una tor : and a fitdltfe to BoUfV Ui bditor Of a
wiab to discontinue, at least on month before the cxpi
ration of a year's subscription, will be considered as a
4. Any person who will procure six unsenoers w
the Carolinian, and tase tne iroun-e w cunecung
traimmittinir th wiWrintion-Drioe to the Editor, shall
have the paper during the continuance of their sub
scription, witnout charge.
TEBMf Of AOVEKTIitHO
1. Advertisements will be conspicuously and correct
ly inynrtMt at AO cents nor suuare for the first insertion,
and 331 cents for each continuance i but where an
vertisement is ordered to go in only twice, 50 Cta. wul
be charged tor each insertion.
2. Merchants. Mechanics, and Professional gentle
men, who may desire constantly to appear before the
' i ...i. ........ ,;!! k a
puuue, in our uivcrutiiiig cuiuiiih, win ivwi..
ve4fy advertisers, and. deduction, ol 1J per ceni. Tin
nude trom tne aoova cnarges.
TO cobkespon dmt
y Xo insure prompt attention to Utters aiMresKcd
to tlie Kditor, tne poswpe snouia in an cases oe paw
" ' Vnteh and Clock Maker,
BEGS leave to inform the Citizons of Salisbury,
as well as those ol Rowan and the surround
ing Comities, that he has ,
Removed his EutablUhiucnt
4J JHVtMl lit JUltJtUllUUSK,
I .. .... . ...n.. .. .. . .. ...
n A few doors above Mr. Win. 11. Slaugh- f
) ter'alloteLonthe MamStreot, $
Whero he still continues, as heretofore, to execute
ALL KINDS OF WORK
in the. line of his prolession, at short notice,
And oh tiie asost reasonable terms.
WATCHES At CIjOCKS REPAIRED by HIM
WILL 19 ALL CASKS.JjK
Warranted for 12 Months!
And those disposed to patronize him, are assured
that no pains will be spared to give the most
general and entire satisfuctiou to them,
(t5" ENGRAVING of every "deserijttion, (im
eluding Tomb-Stones,) will be erecutod with neat-
ness and accuracy, at short niicc.
1 Balisburj-, Jan. 27, 1834. -
OHE Subscriber wishes to purchase LIKELY
NEGROES, from ten to thirty years old, and
1 ;i .. ,l . i i i V. .
PY most UberaJ prices iu Cash,
f u-gl"H"u " Pry -jo sou would do
1 wen 10 can on mm, or nr. Jonn Jones, His Asent
can be found at Mr. Slaughter'! Hotel, in
Salisbury, and. Mr. Joucv at Dr. Cuyd'a Hotel, in
""TilTT " ' . . - 'j ,w "f7 f ,Rn
any otheg penion.
All Letters addressed to him, or Mr. J ones, will
be puuctualry attended to. vs .:, -vr--
Salisbury, May 24, 1834. tf
Current rtic? of Produce, Ac.
."121 a lMolaaoce," "T
. 4t)a45l.VwJs, . ; . .
CO a r
I Brandy, apple,
80 a 33
1 - peach.
. 45 a 60
I Butter, . . .
iCotton, in seed,
Rye, . . . Q
10 a 121
loaf, . . Id
I a 20
. 10 a 19
Salt . . . -112 a 105
Tallow,-". , , 10
I Feathers, . .
JTobacoo, .. ....... a20
- 1 Flour, (scarce)
Wlteat, (busltel) 80 a 1(10
VVhwker, , : 43 a 60
1 f taxseeu,
Linseed OJ, per gallon!
AT FA YETTE VI LLC. August 30.
JWon, . . . . 12 . Kl lron, . . . .
Brandy, poach. .Ma tfSssei, .
luuu aw . ti'x'.iluT!?,
Bw,. . nlgZS'
Coffee, , . .121 a ltuj kinp
j Corn. Ml f i.t rift a-
if' ' W a BO Salt, . t . . 55 &
FeatJi ' ' 33 a WwZ ' '
reauicrs, . . . daadVVooi, . . . . U a 14
. t. .. .. . j
I AA vaicriAW, t,o. v. j.T.Bpptember o.
BBCon J a ia Meal, (scarce,) . 87 a 100
. . 10 a Kpioiaiwes, . . . 40 a 50
1 ". J rr. : a WIS alia, --, j ci
I Pfl'uo K.iuln..- . mA
I ' " trv7ttut, acarce,
11 . 121 Rrte,""
. 75 a HiSalt, in sacks.
. 'Jwajvfl "-twsliel,
.100 a 12TJSugar, prima,
- 1 'Tajweed, .
axis oou common, . 9
.boOa kstf4ilump,l5a 1H
.1 a fi Tallow, (scarce). 10 a 12
. 10. W. Teas. : . .'.las.iso
.OOO.WKswheat,. . . .100 i 000
I . . ... .
I A sLjSJU.llf. I iT.. Lj. .1 NunlAnilui. 9
ItZr?' ! !
Coffee,. . .
Cotton, , . .
Flour, . . .
Iron, , . .
lBf . , , 10. 121
' l5 . JMolMei 45 a 50
. 40 a 50 Mackerel,. . .600 a 700
. 15 a 1 Salt, in sacks, . 250.3
. 10 .WTallow, . . .10.12
THfe - : :
. BaolWhMdtey, . , . 40.80
o ' AT CAMDEN, (a aiJSeptember 6.
In i --'vnuiucr .
oacoa, , . .
' JnourN.CarayOOO a 0000
45 a 50 (Cam.mills).900 a 1000
35. 40 Iron, ... ,.t 00,00
. M a in Urd,w ia . is
. ioaiTjw, M-.rr loJS
m4h.:: . .3.2
inimti tw1 Cnri 'tn its.
yOUlU uuu vu"t"fcV lalf"
In Salihburj, by J.H. nu-t y
(T His Shop is on the Main-Street, bctweeo tl
Mansion Hotel and the Western Carolinian trii
iiiL'-oflke, where he witcuda to. keep on hand, fcr
aulo cheap, . '
Erery description of Vehlclet, - -From
a Stage-Coach down to a VVheel-Barrotk
(r REPAIRING will also at all H,ne be tt
tended to, and executed in a very superior nmuxt
at the shortest possible notice.
Charge moderate, and terms made easy,
- Saliiibuiy, St'pt. 6, 1834. ly T
(ttr REMOVAL. Benjamin rralfj
TAILOR, informs his cuptomer and the public j j
neral, that he has llrmwnl An Sknv to the buuw E
joining the store of Mr. Wm. Murpdy, at the eut tit.
uer ot me louruiouse, m ute cince ot Air. &Iattluen,B
the Main Stree'tw here be is prepared to do even
senption of work in tiie line of hi buxinem, in ylft
suerior to any done in this tt'ctioH of country, w
reasonable terms aa any, and on short notice.
R F. regularly receive from the NorttHtn Citk
the Report of the IWimsis an tliey vary ; and, u
has coonUintly in hut employ a numburof workman tu
are fint-ratr, he is enabled to amure Uie public tlt ,j
work dono bv bim wUl be both tisliiouable and durable.
Garments made by his workmen wilt in ull cutiit
warranted to Jit the cwtomrr.
Cutting-Out, iir persons who have their wutk audi
up elsewhere, will be lainctaslly attended ta OtiWti
I'rotn a distance thankfully received, both fbr cattiv
out and miking up work.
Cey VtoAwx received hr part pay f jr work.J '
To THr R F. respectfully informs the Ct
that he is Aitcnt for tlie Inventor ot' the Pstrnt Uttk
of Cutting, winch is now lmit uniterxilly utcdittbi
North, and that tie will give intrnetien to anv ant b
may deire to be more perfect in that branch of tUrj.
for a rrammsble rotnm-iiHitioo.
i ifir mavutn r rur ih'iiniih
SarisOHtrv 'IfSt li
Spring Sf Sam rii cr 'W iottt
HORACE II. DEAKD, Tailor,
KC(S leave to inform bis friend, and the public
in gwenuV that orders in his line will tlit
be tluinkfully received by him, and executed kith)
mobt Xcat, Fash iuua lite, and Durable mariDrr-'
terms as reasonable as any ut this scctiou of coun
try. II. 11. B. hopes, from his long practice is lit
business, (a number of years of which tint U
resided iu tho city of Thiladelphia,) and from tt
geuerol aulMUtctiou he bus heretofore gmn
numerous resM!ctHLle and faithiutiable cu.toineri,a
merit and receive a portion of the patronage of il
public iu gfjis-rul.
--HthittiM'-liTinwlf;that his CITTOC'T
realty aupenor to any done in this State, as n
be tested by tbe ulid!sputtl eleganco of gt which
attend garments oiada iu his eaUbliHhment. Id
is in tbe regular recoiftt of the Reports of the
shioits as they change both in the large titiM
tins country and trf'Eurojo-thatCgen4iudL
ina vTtelwrwFietr that thoir orders will alwiys $
extsiuted in tlie very latest style. -v...--.
Ortlors frm a distance will be attended to ilk
the same ounctuality and cure aa if tho ctufonn
wero pwntittjtersuh. - iIZ-Il1S
Snlrsbury, May 17, 11. ly
J e w f aildrV Shop; intCpflCort
'pFlE Subscriber iitforma bit old customer inl
1 the public in general, that be ha REMOVED
TO CONCORD, whero he has opened a Sbit
winch the IAIL,UH1.U Ul SINfcSS to Hn
rioubrancllca wilt be eaceutsd "m the most U
ionable, neat, and durable manrr. He fUlrtrt
hTnifnha( bis skill To tlio" buainesia, and dm a
slant pomoual attotttton w hirestBblishmetrt.'fit
eitatde utm to redrjn all pledgea' made to thor
who may favor hi in with their cnsiotn. : . .
fW He receives "ilto Utest FASHION8 rf
larly both from New York and Philadelphia, mJ
works by the most approved system. Cutting
out, and Orders froua a distauce, will be prcmpi
attended to 5 aud last, hut oot least, his ttrmi ai
it very decommodating. -
fsrior to osj done in this part of the eottnltymi
ALWAYS VAKIA.1TAU TO KIT WKLL.
Coonord, March 23,1834. ' tha V
SITUATED SOUTHM EST or THE C0lT
HOUSE, IN THE TOWN OF 7 ;
LIUACiTOA, X. AKOLL14i
flMIR Subscriber takes tltiar method of inftrrsMOJ
Travellers that he keeps a Houm of Kmcf
lnnCnl Id" Luxiuulou. iN.d mu JJamfiUW,
Southwest of tbe Courthouse.
His Table will always be sunnl'ied with tkV4
fare that . plentiful neighborhood ran affri Hs
House being capacious, and attended by ssmnn
who are iudustrHtua and soalous to please, Tmrd"
lera can always bo accommodated with U0VD
D E DS in rooms with fire-places. And lsst,M
not. the least important consideration, HORfcU
fill olvflsi receive tuck attention, i tkt SlaNt
of the Subtcribtrx that ihey. may ayo it with
creasedjtbility to do tho servico of the road.
An excellent Line of
Leaves tho Uouso of tho Subscriber. FOR SA
LISBURY, 00 the evening, of Afondnj, Ww
oVjt, and Sattfrday, and return, to Lexingtuo si
tho succeeduig eveiiiugs.
X& Passenger, going from South to North,
entering their name aa far as Salisbury only,!"
thero .taking tho Acoommodation Lino to Leiinf
ton, can have 'heir choice, t the latter place,
tween tho Piedmont Line and tho one which -BP
by wayf Frtderkknburg.
' john r. MABBr.
LojUDgton, March 6, 1631. if -
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