A IVM.M II OF PKO.MIMi
A Bote! I i1 wi tried lit" W4 ten el Worrtiitiif.
Him, bedre U UmiIciC Cmuu 1'hwa. It aa.swse
ImMi Toft trccli of UMfiiivx pmii, bl'HitfM hj a geo.
tl 'uwa ijiul Uljr. To prtie ret m Ailnd. and
the fru ui Dm tum- nt too-fly tlie: Tb "Mjr fur,"
by the tinm 1 lioi, was f"d In b maris! to
k young gentleman by Ihe Baa of Itaith; but, by mi
Pm:m or mtu, s minify, is the Uf-mu Imm, mm
n.enccd snd tu urtmi m between hit Funny J
Um ykwtUiti nlwimw it Paeahass.emi wlr
lully .proud into an engagement or Mrr. ia(
Uis course of tus lots lisvef did ruo siiMS"h." To
fur damsel i.w.ted thai she sliould Jl-r bi 'fc'f
first In, which Anally prevailed, l.ynde Hmiih and
Vmnf tturum wre la du la-m pronounced limn and
wife. Wbsreupuq lwis Pack ham, wbwn as md
ki nsslf the taUtm of urifwiiild !, instead of beta
king btmwlf to the ctuistal cup, and drinking iutos
jtatiog draughts," ur y.uWu.g himself Um victim of
green bim yjllow melancholy, win up Uj lbs temple
nf jo-tics wait wilt to recover hi kt ali'etliona, or
their eoaitsleiit in HV117. Il urged that, as the de
fendant hid poaarsaml liurwlr of the fttfmal rliartrn
of lbs fair mm, Um (!wit, bk riobsiMSt of old, otitfhl
to make d.vswjn between them, tiid five h.i omasa-
mm of Urcss rlwnua, sIim.Ii, it atwiiw.conucb'U 111 cer
tain aerss of rich (Miturtr and fertile fee Ids. The esse
u ably argued 011 bulb mi s, and lbs Jury sat up luge
tlmr" till tbn willicliiiig Ikxit of mt.liiiyfit wii(iHit Uj.
io( ol tu dcid tint dliaUi guivtiua wbHhftr Fanny
h4 or had Dot fhiyd Um rurtli. Ho th prayrr of
,Lwta fix nAteti a4 utMHirriWul h uiiur aryaf hi
'I'll way lJHl r
bM-wri)d tu print IIUKaK
II 1.1 , it. It. Ac. If.
M lurumi It M "
f 11 fm"nl Way aivl, tM-llijf
(tUl M to ay, "wi
MAJkrit , if wlbN-f tin
jC y M")1' LUal it wtU yu
oil wiui f ni -giai. 11
The TrlQUr'i D-L
4 CrnlrnaritiH Sfintrr. Mra. ltnif , of Am
Iwrat, Maaav) o tlw iiniiivrnwry of lnr minrlj
nllk lurth day, whk-h orcurrH on tlie Vtflli Hep.
iHinbrr laat, ajxiil "mtty kirnla iJ thirty llin ail
of haiKinoirw wmll-n yru" f Tbo Ni tlui ni(l fi
paipor aicUiiiM, H Whnl raNal wifo h WiHlM
maka." Mr. ItoviMi km mmlr capital wife, we
Intra imiiIouU 1 but we alum Id ourwlvca pnfcr 'mmh
in Iht prftfnt Irntr, who 1 prnlialdy tn-ttpr jimh(il
to pin "atrtft yarn." Coo. und tlni.
TtmiHT'inrt Sncirt. We finH frmn th lnt
t.. .L rS Tuin.uiM.ium Kj.fii'lt lliM 4 rtWii I '
ti M .1 ,, i r i. i ax t HHi thn-ati-WKt If) "tchytr u only fur " lln-
aid Ihralil, thai the nuiutxr if ntuilirrs hi, , ... ; 1
MrlaiHlaml VV.U h HM.44;of whrrh tbrn- arrl"Llful " ma do;a i -ater HttJav
in LaiM:a-hirP V718r ... Ytrkhir 0,HHJt, "Tu ... mr b.-art H f.rK1v.Ml.y pr.iM.irtMm-t-
(WiibI1 in Mid-lltrt 7.0.'.3. 'Dm- mS "' ' ' "ur dvanc... .i.i.t.-ad .d" .lprn-
;..( .iHiii.U r i. (;i,ni(tpn.hir-. 4.07.V 'lh 'B " Tl.y wv-r- aarra...., lm, on "(Iip powrra tliat
' , t - i , i r..i. A . 1 1 1"." di-rrp arictiH din IT at our uittwria I haiulx, and wn
. , . . .,.u. , ! I H-n-fiire fi adily a.ifn tbv panlon, and take oor leave uf
ivIwiNt fhttv I.. iu J vimu! I INHl an Iftirliuin j ' .
.".,.' . . . ' .. Ibi.-e will, our iiMt ainialiln wtun.i: irin.
P Nllf f im,(HI Willi', ,WIM, I IITFHHr, I" TTI,
Warwirk, Witla, Hurry, Nnrihuuil-rliiiMl, Ew, j
IVmn lit (hrrntnriiugh Plrint nf Jan. 4.
MXU PaiM i.!!" Whwraa tin IVinti-r Ill
of tha Wintirn (arolmiaii haa imoftd hit Fmrlantation,
wlrtxn be alao-t ao-l a-U tnlH Uiat 0m way ly art
prrwl 1. pruil ( I lorar-llilla, , .. Ac. aVc.J a .
rnai' And abrrcaa tJif editor, prmlt-r, publisher, (ra
loan. jtiur.Miyii.ai., appnitk., and dml, of Urn aaid Ca
rolinian, are Uburirig uwlur tl.a au-pickifl of tb hrmy
. Vnlliflft.lon : Nnw, th, ba koowu. Uwt I,
by Una wy tint and laat prirlaaaitMin, do r.t u
tiM'iii lUv ytm luid rrtuUnjf tlw.r diwtr.iM, ami hereby
u(y Um a id pruclaiiMtwm of kit kigknf of ilia Ca
rolinian, ami inM.i tli.a vrUtinf veto umi the aam.
And I do furtbi-r aawrt, atatn, and prurlaim, that alt
iri ami mtr4 fiorapbilla, handbilla, and tdm-ritae-
uiriitji, aball be printnd tit Hir .MajMty, on aimlx-alum
at th othVn ia Um (imrnaburoavb I'alrwit, in a alyle
that abali out tin) jnh dKM by Ilia Mj ity of the Can
li.iian aa far in llii- back runt. a m PrarUunitlinU of
V,vn. J:ki dul H. Camlma .V.illif.ralwin ! Pkvil."
flrir Knvy, ahwr envy ! Brother of the ', iImhi
ii.aynt rutt in big worda, aa did the "old boy" o.i'.iUni-i-il
in (by priclamatMm-vi-lo almve, btil tbi-y are given
not wiU. ahuut aa much fth in their Irnlli, and I amire
thee Uiey will havo iki .imki efli-ct ..mn ua ti.an i'i U.at
celebrated 'war-apeeeh' tiH. Sut.th t'and.iia. If thou,
and thy mauler tu help Ihee, ra.mt print "m d IiiJi
II," why dt thou nut Imw thy nkill m the 1'ilrHil 7
Take my word fur it, brUhi-t imp, (between our lloyal
wl v in,) ll.i're w frrnt riM fr iii.irnveini'i.t in the pre-
mi-en. Our Mnjenly wa at firl wiiuewbat nfTended
! at the preteuviona aet up by a d I of low decree ; bill.
Tu Cimiumuii I'BixrEi'a D uj
In Walea tl.eie an 1.7UA, ami in Jer v I.O.M,
mnititwra. 1Tii iiirreai" reported during Novem
ber laat in Qfl'iH, and in the tame period nine new
a-ei(ilioiii are reported, one of wl.irli (ffuiklera
lk.ld) ii returned "with nine aanx-.ali.."
Ante lolr yoan u.ao and a female atopood at
country tuvern lo paaa a day or two. Their
awkward animaranee e.citd the tnriuaiir of imm
I tf the family, who commenced a cmeraHtiHi with
I " ' the fenvde iy toqtii rinir how for abe. had travelled
I It. kl dav. ' Trawllrd" repeated the atraner,
t - -l I' i..l. I j il
a 'mewnai mmgnnniiji we uiuu i rurr, wo no.
It onion Pojf.
Tht Mi mornbte Eighth." Tlwt oU Archi.
ZZ' tciTiack"Ffi'"irrTinructed" t bridge orer the
X "II ,JBtl'(!. aJvrilio crineiit.g from
P.irt KeM lo Burtifig'm it now brik and mtlh ;
i Toe fr.enila of the Admiiiiatratioii celohrated the
,....-.-.... (x-caatnn in thia tillwiro, in a yery apiri rrf. mnnner.
X W havo uiure and better ice. under the pre..!
J.!. Oirice.bf it may. "JI'MKir to whom hon-
. ur j due." A4ciii Argute
The interirmnla in New York in the year 1S34
m" ' ww twie thiMiwmla and eighty .two, U-ing aii ex- J
" ?cVi of oyer the "pri-vimia VV" ".Tliere were"
rpilK following ia a hat of the Blanks generally
kept on hand, fir aale.at the Wealern Caroli
nian Printing OHire all of which are of the numi
approtvd forma, printed on very aoperior paper,
ami will he diHHM-d of on ler.na a low aa any.
J)EKI)M of Conveyanre fur. Land ;
Ciii.Hlah!ea' Warranta ; ('imiIhIi(i h' U.mda;
8iiKTinr and ( 'oui.ty Court Writa ;
" " " Kieriiliona ;
" " " St.iiiuioiiX'a ;
Witlww, and Jurors' Tirketa ;
Writ of Altiichmeiit ; Venditioni Rxponaa ;
IVtttery Honda ; Proimwwy Nutaaf
Writa of Kjectn.eiit ; Apjienl DuikIh;
Hherifl"-.' Honda ; fallen. Teatainentary ;
AdininiatrRliori Honda ; Execution ;
LHter of AdnvrttRtnitton on intestate estnieY:
Apprenticea' f iidenturea ; (iiiardian Bonda
Sim. Fa-againal EiecuiKfhl V
-Weiea Kacto Can ia.- IUmhI f
InjuiM tioMn to Htay Proreedmga ;
Writa of riert raciaa; UHHtardy wmda;
'oonty Court Cnmmiwiona to take Itepoaitiotn ;
d.' itl.a of consumption 1411 ; amull poi 233 ; cl.o-
. A bud rule that won' awfc jia trdu. A ful
F Jo w recently appeared b 'fore the police of Boston,
" to nhtain a warrant afminat a if irl firat. aa an abo-
mi.nbla and wibl liarajid aecmidly for stealing i '1'" 've j"B ifd'oriiMuljUiat wtr-cptr prmtawy
akeina of wlkrjrtoJridiMiceJiacoM brtrigp"Tnlt3" "7, ou very abort uolice, and in
aa . nor own conirumtu i ma was a icawr ; lor u me
Buiida to Proacctite Si. Hi ;
- Cnrnmiiwiona in Equity ; Equity Somnion&el
Awittt and Rr tr-ry indielmenta j 1
Military Warrants for Fines ;
fitr Persona desiring Rlai.ks not to lie found in
a suiierior Nth.
hmisiiiii , i t:uoini j I, .:.'
. C.4 clwre. was proved, how could she be convict-
; - gf M JUS( I . ., , .
-w lintain- Ltnl Lyittlhursl) ia .Diaiy of Oost n,
. Jtl.us, , ,le left. BostqQ with his father (the bile Sir
.John CaHstaVthwdiiy nrwediiif tlie bailJe of Li-
" iii,mtwh,bei(viManc al their la n.ily prjn,
p rty ftwa 'cmS""wl:ilXaw' tlie Jlan-
' eH:k estate . oo Uoneon street, now ocoupiel by
i . 't.ne of the most splondid pritaW residences In the
'j UtMon, beliMiged .to the Gplcy family. The wi.
d of lit Ut Gardiner G reen, of Boston, is sister
to Lord Lygdhur8tAlcrrafif.-;
Reward OfferedX-kri English paper contains
the) following paragraphsf : fl ,
An eldgant and comfnodimw house, sitimted in
Jk lim proof jpLhil NyiejR rei ,,stnle farth
inH by evading pnyiiieiit of the Kln't duties, or
bring forward Jestiinony of hW hating go rich by
iwjrkiiig ;oiT tjiiihrsVth TfaVi Letters (wast paid) "
addressed In the bditcr ot the IJrihr.iri-UeraM;
""-wtTtpriHica.ilue altention, anJ the utmost sec re
ty observed. .-.. "r"T-"T-
. ' A1'.'JmM annuity for lifa will lie cranted to
a .y individual who can furiiwU biideniaUo prooToT
4 LL (lersoiis that are indebted to the Sobscri
jJpKi.mlhcrJixJttttt Open AccouiuYJnust
come forwafd-fli)d settle tnc same bv the rcbruary
fjoufi or they iiiav L'fraVawajreJ they will hive to
'Milk,.-with u Utlkor. ., .Tiuit:4UWjEU.itlcBi
the subscriber, or osTMr. Woodson Monroe, who
is his authorized Agent.
The Notes and Accounts of the late firm
of Cade At Crnige are also in the hftnds.of Mr
Monroe, and tluwo who wish to save cost will do
well to call on him imeHdiatelv and settle theti
respctive accounts. BURTON CRAIGE.
SttlistHiry, January 31, 1835. 3t
I'resli Garden Seed a
If AS lout ooened his Porin Assortment of
hEI.IM. en.rrisin( auuh as suit the wants
of the citizens of this fend the surrounding Couit
ties. Persons wiahing U be supplied, bad bettel
call and select before ih assortment is broken, as
he dues niH intend lo vet a recruit again during
the Hprmg. The followmg lial contaius a part of
his aaMHirwent, vu t
lata Dutch CAUBAOK.
nrurubeail ' " "
I argii KriIah Havoy M
Late Hujfir "
Karly loth "
Red do. fi Pirklinjr "
( eaanart Kals ur Cow
Culeweri , "
CaWmge llrSd LLTTttE.
Plorenee Vawu "
Criwin Oiaa, or les "
KUrly Cabbage "
Royal Csbbage "
Hollow crowned or Kugar
Cup Parsnip, (s aew and
- choice kind.)
Dwarf Msrrown.1 PRAS.
l-irly EsUa Frame "
Blue Prnaaian "
Dwarf Blue Imperial "
Fmt1j Chins BEAN (biub)
Mrly Valentine "
llefuee or Vm to 1 "
Wh.U KmIiicv " (pots
Bloud lUxl CARROT
lllil Turnip "
Mangel Wurtzel "
Fnrly Harma. TL'R.MPi
Ute Flat ThitcK
Ruts Baps or Yel
low ii-"ian "
VelJow Malu "
Irge .Norf.ilk Field "
For all of s-A iV A Ac rill kact the Cask in hand
CharlottB. February 7, l'tSu. 3t
UiodiMi Flag lek (a choice
and bealthy vegetable lor
the table) '
Knurled PsNer Meed
IM.g White ckrs
Red Onion Ket-d
Top Dnion r5eed
White Portland Onion da
.Suhd CvuVry . . -
Ninorgis Muk Melon
italaam of Pear bevd
teun Flower Seed.
Ac. ic. ate.
Conrh nntl ( -a triage M akin gf-&c.
In fialistrurf by S.W. rRainey."
-. acts of benevolence.- Iietters (post paid) to be ad
. diossod to, the rditor ol Jhejtrtghtoti Herald.
. . An Old SuhBcriber.-Tii Massnchnsetts Spy
, any thnt Deacon Benjamin Godilant, of Mimvy
JbftrrmtK suhscrtbeir td thitt"p'upr froth its' cohi.
Iiiooceiiw.it to his death a period of sixty-five
- years. ' . ,
Prwimtt-nitii. I asked two little tillage
bfva, w seven, llio other eight years old, what
they iiumiit to be when they were men. Says one,
I shall be tho doctor of the villaie." And you,
svlmt almll vcHi bet said I to the other. "Oh ! if
brother' doc.t .r, I'll be Cure. He shall kill the
r people and I'll btiry them -so we shall have the
'whole village between u," Miwr'- Franre. .
A wonderful WiV. On. the south wall of Stra
tham church there is a monuinnnt with the follow
,idir insr.riplion i EJiaabetli, wit of major i,neral
, Hamilton, who. was married 47 years, and never
did one tb'otg to displease her husband."
- Abr the future i th dreaming, the deceiving fu
tirre, which' promises every thing, and perform
V tking what would the present be without it I
n3 Shop is on the Mnin Street, between the
Mansion flotef and the Western Carolinian
Printing-Office, where he'if? prepared to make, on
short notice, ond on the most reasonable terms,
every description of Vehicles, from a sjige.-coach
down to a wheel-burrow.
" OCf A large, stock of ready made Work always
kepi 'on haiid, fir sale as cheap aa any.
.REPAIRING iu all its branche will also bd
jiroii.pl W attended to, and pxemted in the very
best style of durability and neatness.
Jan. 17, 135. tf J. W. RAlNETf.
yilE tluhsrilr is about to move to Batesville,
l-in Arkarmaw Territory, and attend to. mat
king purchnset4 ssjHing'feml'mf ftf
rHin-rfwih'i.ts. There are many tracts of Military
Bounty Lands, which, if not attended to, will be
sold for taxes, and lost.
Letters I'Dost-Daid) addressed to the Subscriber,
at Batesville, Arkansaw, will be promptly attended
to. DAVID KKINH AK.U1, -
'" ., ' i Late of LthcMnlon, 4V.C"
September 27, 193 1 " 6m
THE A.SO.K ADVERTISER.
rllHE Subscriber proposes to publish, in the Town of
WtniesoaoiiiH, (Anson County, North Carolina,)
a WKP.hl.Y PAPKR, entiiled "THE AMiOS AD
According to cu.tom, he proceeds to lay befiwe the
Public an analysis of the plan upon which hit paper
will be ewnilju'tud. lis columns will b desotsd to tbs
rn.iae of Politics, Agriculture, Internal Improvements,
Literature, and ricssnca is general ..It is the intention
of the Kditor diligently anil fairly to report the waning
political and other Aiewa of the Day ; ami, while he
cannot, citciit!y with his principles, advocate the
.. . - i . .i ' i , . -j
course pursueu oy uie preseni .luuuuuiirauon, ue aa
aures the public that he feels erery dispositioo Jo do full
iuHtica tu its niBrits.r-Tlifi preaa will be open to both
parties the Alitor will endeavor to sdherw strictly to
principle, and to disregsnl all party influence.
The Alitor intends to avail hinHwlfof the advantage
of ...any oflhe best publications on the adbiect of Agri
culture snd' Internal Iuirove.iM'nt by which means
he will be able to select and lay before his readers a
large number of ry which cannot fall 6f being ln-
tenftiog to even one who has at heart U.e prosperity
of his country. All the most Ui.portunt snd interesting
proceedings of l Mingrew and U.e State legislature will
tie du v rpimrtiHl. and a nort.on nt the nmcr.wul st all
4ee V-n'oyoFi'd toTiWrlahWlii're.
The SuliserilsT is aware of the" many difficulties he
m.ot encounter in advancing to public tsvor ; he relies
fre'jMt the" tihmhty always shown fcy an enlighti
cned public towards enterprise well conducted, and as
sart his pntrons thnt no pains shall be spared on his
part to render his pa per both a useful and interesting
. TEiiiIS-T4m Anson Advertiser will bs printed on
an iniefiit Ahoet, it jjtjper annum in sdvanee, or f:t
00 at the end oT the yesr. : l he hrst number to issue
as snitfi as 700 enbscribvrs are .obtained. No siibarrip-imMtiUtoJmm!&r&.-i.lm
period thsa li wonth.
and no paper will be discontinued until orders ire re
ceived to that effect, and all arrearages i.d.
WILLIAM E. BIRD.
February 7th,'l3. 3t
State of North Carolina :
Court of Ptras hnl tyHftrfrr-bessions,
Nov kmhkr Trkm, 1834.
.k.. I..l...j...n N - - -
.. Jl I Orignwl Attachment, levied
1 N this case it appearing, to the satisfaction of
. tbe Court, thht the Defeudnnt, John Jackson, is
not. an inhabitant of this State : It is therelore or-.
'-dererfj by the Cwirty that ptiblienhon be made for
week swccessitety in The Western Carolinian,
notifying the said Defendant to appear at our next
Court Tif Pleas anrtQnarter BesRiimr to btj jrctd
Cr said county at the -Ctirt house -hr Rockfitrdi on
the Vd Monday in February next, to show cause,
if any he has, why the land and other property le
vied on shall dot be condemned to satisfy the
Plaintiff's debt. Test,
- F. K. ARMSTRONG, CTerk.
January 17, 1 $35 (it Fec$3
fIHE Sulwcriber wishes to purchase LIKELY
NEGROES, from ten to thirty years old, and
will pay themoet liberal prices in Cash.
All who have such property to sell would do
well to call on him, or Mr. John Jones, bis Agent.
lie can tie lound at Mr. Maughter a Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr. Junes at Dr. Boyd's Hotel, in
Charlotte. .- - - -'-
He thinks it proper to say, that he is not con
cerned in iiusinm with Mr. James lluie, or witfi
any other person. , .
All Letters addressed to htm, or .Mr. Jones, will
be punctually attended to.
KUHbKT tit IE. .
Salisbury, May 24, 1934. tf
Almanac for tal nt thin Office.
rpiIE Bul-acrtUn h this day asanriatsj ibsm-
1 aelvss litgeiher, in this) ls, under the t irm
of Ml'otJe A MfKwj'r'
rot thi rvirosa or T"Tna a
Wholesale and Hctail IIiifsiiieMM
TieupU tnd Uftdlnff
1 AKTICLL3 ,
ADAPTED TO THIS MARKET.
(fir It being our intention to sell exclusively for
Cash or negotiable paper at 00 or WJ dsya, we are
determined to sell iosls aa lorn M they can be
booghl io any count ry t.wn in South or North Ca
rolina. AEG. P. LA COSTE,
DONALD I MiKAY.
CheraW, (. C.) Jamiary 1, 15.-4
riIin Subscribers, with the view of commencing
1 the rowing season with an entirely NEW
BtOCk Of Goods, otKir their present large and
valuable Klnck at
at Wktdrmte dr Retail.
Cm.ntry Merchants, Planters, and others wish
ing l porehsae, will do well to call and examine
LA COSTE At McKAY.
Cheraw, Jsnunry 24, 135. 4t
No. 143 Pearl Street, New York,
Slort farmrtty otrujnrit 6y Ac latt Jlrm of Randolph
Respect fully inform the Public that they keep
constsnlly on hand a good asaortmenl ol
IIItlTlHll AMI T1I ICIC A
And solicit an etaminaiioii of iheirhlocll by the
Southern ami Weatrrii Merchanta who may visit
the city, before making their purchases.
1 ... (D" Oidcrs promptly and faithfully executed.
ftew-York, Jan. 17, 1m:.
Situated at the North Corner of the Courthouse,
NALIMU KV, .".
rTHE Subscribers respectfully iufttrm lb Public
tn general, that they have recently porch
and taken posst-saion of Ihe shove well known Es-
hlishment. I hey deem il unnecessary to say any
thing in regard to the location of the Hotel, as ils
many couvemences are already known to the Ira
vell.ug public, or can be seen at a single view of
the premises : I hry therefore content themselves
with assuring all who may have occasion lo visit
or travel through this section ot country, (Stage
Passengers, Private Gentlemen, and Families) that
the accommodations at the Mansion Hotel cannot
be surpassed by any house in this State.
With a well-built ami well-arranged house, ele
gant Dining and Lodging-Rooms, clean and well
aired Beds,- first-rate Cooks, attentive and indus
trious Servants, well-furrushed Table and Bar, and
au accommodating Landlord, the proprietors of the
Mansion Hotel can with Ihe greatest confidence
insure to all who may honor their house with pa
tronage, a large amount of con.forL
To Traveller. .
(XT The Great Western Mail
Line, the Direct Line to Ra
leigh, and the Cheraw Line, all atop at and depart
from Ihe MANSION HOTEL and, hating an
extensive and secure Stuble, and Ostlers who are
industrious and well-disposed, travellers in private
conveyances or on horseback are assured that no
pains will be spared to fit their horses for duty on
itwr road after leaving; th enabhment.
HENRY V CONNER,
RICHARD W. LONG.
Salisbury, November 5, 19.1l.--6tn
,r7 T Y PiWoMlyii a"""""
... White And William Hjijjrr
ESPECTFULLY inform the PRINTERS of
the United Slates (towhonijliey have Jong
lieen iiidividuttlly known as Letter-Founders) that
they have now formed a Co-Partnership in said
business, and -hope, from their united and extensive-
j experience, to be able to give full satisfaction to
-..ii .. iJ : e i" ' .i .-"." . " 'i :
ait woo n.av luvor mem wnn orders.. .
JjJSjntrotluction of Machinery, in place of the
leuioun ai.u uuneaituiu. process Ol casiing type DV
bautL (a desiderate fclt by the- American and Fit-
ropeau blunders,) was by Amencun iuirenuitv. and
at a heavy expendiluce of time and money on the
part of our senior partner, first successfully ac
complished. Extensivemachine-cast letter has
fully tested and established its superiority in eve
ry particular over that cast bythe old process.
1 he Letter-foundry business will be carried on
by the parties before named, under the firm of
.... WJte,Hager6t Co. 1
Their Spccimen.Book exhibits a complete se
and News Tjrpe buingjn them
pro veil style.
White, Hager, Ac Co., are agents for the sale
of the Smith land Rust Printing- Preseee, which
they can furnish to their customers at the manu
facturers prices. -.''"..- -
Chases, Cases, 0omposing&iicks4 Ink, and eve
SITUATED SOUTHWEST or THE COUrr
HOUSE, IN THE TOWN OP
rnilE auWriber Ukea ihia method of mfWa,
JfBtellere that be keeps a llouae of
tainment In Islington, (N, C.) oo Mala btrttt
Southwest of the Courthimse. '
Hit Table will always be supplied with ib,
fare that a plentiful Beigliborboos) eao aftord. Ua
House being capacious, and attended by mtntl
who are iuduatrMiua and xealooa to ph-am, TravaJ.
lerscan always be actomnMKlstrd with GOOD
BEDS in rooms with fire places. And Usi, bg
not Ihe least imHrtsnt consideration, IlORsyj
trill alvayt rtreivd nek attention. In fa
of the SSvbtcriber, that they may leave it itk is,
creased ability to K the service of the ni,
JOHN P. MABttTT
Lexington, March 8, 1H34. It
rpiIOSE who are afflK ted with HEAD-ACIItf
1 HEA RT.BURNS.and other distreasin- 2
toouiof diwirdered stomach, bowels, and liver tin
find relief in Dr. Iteckwith's Anti-Dyajieptie pj?
which can be had at thia Office prin T
cents per box. - '
Tlw I Victor, wlio once resided in this pbee, bx
now lives iu Rulcigh, hss, after a long and riss,
sive practice, been enabh-d lo compound a moats,
huiblo reinedy for ihe chronic diMeases of the 4.
gealive organs, so common in Southern cliaaisa.
ce'iHlly with thime who lead sedeniary lives.
It would lsen easy matter to make out ewl,
cotes In prove thai theae Pills are a "aoverejgas).
medy " f!,r "all the ills that hVh is heir tor kst
it is not pretended that ihey are an universal auti.
ihle (Vrlifrates of the mowt rpspecfable rbit
ciana and other gwit lemon ean be sleiwa td ix
stantiate their efficacy in the particular cleat f
diwa above sjioken ofi and the Editor tfuu
xi per ran testify that he has derived speedy s4
M'rmarwnt relief, in the use of them, from a ami
distressing and liMig-continucd bcad-achn. goaw
of his IrieiHla tried them, at his suggestion, and ex.
periencfid the same Ivnefkial efB-clii'T!'""""
Salisbury, June 14, 1834 If
TALL & WI2TTS?. PACZICItt"
. FOR 1834-5J5.
HORACE IL BEARD, Taflor, 7
I EGS leave to inior ra hia friends, aiwl the puUit
II in general, that order in his line will alsiri
Iss thankfully received by bins, and executed ia it
most Neat, Fashionable, and Durable manner
erms at rraaonabte U any ia this soctiisi uf c
iry. II. 11. li. hopes, lnm his ksig practice at M
UiaioewH (a number of years of which thnt at
resiiled in the city of Philah-I.hiii,) and from lb
general aatisuiction he has heretofore given Is ka
till niW FeU iM rilsilsKflB IIm iAHt -t- a i. ii , ,
","'",w s asral iris- MfflVf lss'llf If lffll' I fflJflfl TB
merit and receive a portion of the patnsiage aflat
public in general;
-Or He rlatterw himsdf hnt nis CF1TINC
rcajr superior lo any done in this rotate, as say
be jested by the indisaifed elegance of Ja wfcrk
attends garnwiiiia luauo iu bis eslaldi4iMieiiU Mi
is in the regular receipt of Jh Rcportaufihefa
shiona as they change both in the large tiliesa
this cisintry ami of Euroiie so Ihut gcntleoM
may tie satisfied that their orders will always U
oxeculoa tu Uia very ialest style,
Onlers from a distniice will Is attended to with
the mime ptmctttnlitr and enre aa if the customer
were present iu person. -
Sdtislairv, May 17, IW4. -ly "
12 J a l-jjMolasses.r,
w a t-l YS1I8,
411 a hits,
10 a 1
Beeswax, . ..
Coffee, . . .
Cotton, . .'
(hhti, . . ,
ry afticTu usid"Tn the" Piinlinjr Business, kent for
sale, and furnished al short notice. Old Type ta-
an in exchange tor new, at tf cents per pound.
. , :Zv;..'.'.vt-Jf.W. HAGER.
New York. Jan. 17. 1835i 7 6t
(Kr AT CIIA
nnHE Subscriber informs the Public that he has
J- opened a House of Entertainment at
Chapel Hill, the scite of the Umtersity of North
Qadina He has taken the: buildings and loU
immediately opposite Mr. Watta'i Hotel, and has
erected large and commodious Stables, which will
be attended by a faithful Ostler, and plentifully
supplied with Provender. i
He nopes that the travelling public will call on
him : he assures them that every exertion will he
made, by him, to please and to accommodate'
January. 10, 1834. . Ct
Xurrrnt I'ricywjof I'rothiiTACv
ATyALISBURY.......Fcbnisry 11, 1
lutnnn 1 z 1 1. i:TMifiauasMi r
CotUm, in seed,
Coffee, , , . ...
iRte: . -rr . 78
1 ' tn
Suear. brown, . ! i.
-'loat .-';" lt
',. .. . 4' a 45!Tsllow, 10. -V
. I 30 a SliTobaoco,'- . -7.
. . HHP W tfskeT." . '. a
AT FAYETTEVlLL!L.FebniarJ 3.
84 a 10
60 a 70
50 a (JO
18 a 19
Iron, . . .
Nails, cut, .
Sugar, brown, -. .
121 a 14 lum
-;13t rlTlOi Wheat, 77
8 . lb I
Bacon 13 a 16 Meal, (scarce,) . 621
Beeswax, . . . It " Molssses, t - 40'
Butter, t - -15 30 Naila, . H' '
Cotton, new, . .M a lSl Rino. . AWlE.
Feathers, . .
Iron, . . .
Lsrd, . . ,
Mackerel, . ;
It.ti... ftrptiS. lUa
Teas. . . . " 'Z.
85 a 00 Salt, in sacks,
. 25 a 40 bnshel, .
.145 a 150lSugar, prime,
.10 a 121
.KM a 900 Wheat,.
i n rrT mrtt i ta r v
Bsron,-.1 . . . .- 11 a 13llrd,
neeswax, . ,
Butter, . . ,
Corn, . . ,
Cotton, . . .
Flour, -. -
Iron, . . .
4 a 5J
75 Molasses, . ,
. 40 a 50 Mackerel, . .
."15 a 00 Salt, in sacks,
. 18 a SMK bixshel, .
1- m 11 ftnfntr twnwn.
. 85 l.(Nl fcaf top, I ;
. 12J 15 Tallow, . . . JK
-.750 a Mlfl Teas, r-- -125. 2
AT CAMDEN, (S.C.) January 31.
Brandy, peach, . 75 a 00
appple, .-35 a 4ffllron,
12 a 16
sir, un vi'
13 a 15iTsftwf-
75 a 87tWhibkey,
Wlisaf, miv , .