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Feb. 21, 1835, edition 1 /
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Tb following letter written by Dr. Prank
lin, and communicated for publicalioa by Jha per.
on wbo received it i
M I tend you herewith bill fir le Lmis-d'or I
do n pretend to git such Mtn, I only fsd1 it
to you. When you shall retun to your country
you cannot tail Of getting into aom business thai
wit, lo itrm, nbM you to pay ao your oy-m. i
: - fl el case, when you meet with another boxes' man
In siroilir dutrevs, you must pay by lending this
1 sua to birn, ryuing him to distharg toe wu
j by like operation wha be ihall U able, him) shall
, asset with such another oonortunitv. I hone il
1 may thus go through many band Ufora it meets
' with inn to atop ila progress. Ilns la Irtck
I of min far doing a deal of good with liula nv-
I ary. I am not rich enough to afford surl in good
, . work, and so aa obliged to to earning and make
S th moat of i little."
? THE BEST WAY TO BE HAPPY.
Kavsf ait dowa and brood osr trouble of any kind.
If you ar vid with yourself or tba world, tin at nu
way to ovists Mliafaclion. rind yourself employment
t'tat will keep your nun scuvs, and depend
this will fore out unwelcome thoufrhta,
, .... . . WW ar Dm poor I Art thry th industrious 1
Thus) wha Ubur. provided their gains ira small, bavt
generally feeling of liklidnce wKb Dial lillla,
, tkin to g( fjc jj.g treasure
j . Wbo ar tb euhsppy f Ar trtey not the who srs
, UMCtjVA, and ait atill, and tell ua thai, ir Bsuuns btd
i only thrown thai and Uat in their way, they ahuuld
' J hart beso far happier 1
j ' - It assms to ma tber ia great defect ia ths eendiiet
I , af tia anfixluiuta. If wa aa deprived of ordinary rs-
( aoorces, instead of looking ruubd and suMitutin other
' ' ' thing, ara wt nut prune to ait down and iwwra over
, ...... what wa bar a kwt I This dsaden tha snergms, kill
tlit activity of our nature, and makes ua iiseleas d routs
. when wa should b workhees,
' , Bdea thta, indolraca art &ncy at work, and pm-
- arntly wa imagina ourarUaa to be in a comliLion Uiai
r anfitJ fur work. Wa gat Uia habit obring lit
- aUaga af tW wind, wa fUt our ouliaa, Uuk at our
. torif ura, tod in abort lima brcoma rnrular dyaprptica.
. lAduaU than, preamca belut,n wall u happmcaa.
' ' Rob 8or?t Ma rim. If a young man changea
! bia politicaroiii tkt ttrong not to Iht avoir, at the
. ag of Iwewly.fiva, be may ha aafoly trusted aa an
boMat omid, for tea veara aflerwarda.
! -JkinjtJjiLJli, WtaVjidnJl .hfnni'rili' Ji V
'. Jitical opioiona at tbirtv-five, he may be trunted fur
j' ' ' five year fcmger. If, at the end of thia time, ha
1 , till mamtaiiia hia optniiiua, againM the otnniona
j 'tba majority, you may truat him fur life,
, ........ buahula of . diamond ( aod compulw hie worth at
double the depuaiie.
' ... Tbo young man who cbanga from the wta
t to Ike ttrong at twcnty4wo, will k himaelf
t for mi and a quarter centa at thirty I and will not
, Unl a bidder of thia much, at Arty. Ifhachangea
wwe agaio at thirty, (the parties being reverend,
j - ant the doge on him, if ever you am him approach
ing your bouae tf they II condeaend to run biuu
. Tb Intetligent nail wbo hu no opinion upon an
. . excUuuj Mujectia ia the pgure acbouL and wn
I be aura to graduate with it urn honors.
- -Judgw Crawlurd aaidt..y.DXLjK)noetmM wr
1 changed hia political opiniona, after thirty.five
i (Meaning, of courser from the wuak side to the
J . strong.) Ue was In error. About one in mi
" - millions does change at that age, boisnitfyv
Tba young man who ia a great electionnerer at
.i twmty-three, will be hung at thirty 4hiee, if justice
be duua Junu .
i Tbe 'proportion of honesj to dishoneiit politicians,
,4 . .... ere as one to twenty Uiouaand.
I .7 . He who serves throo years ia the legialature
t rr :. without-riving an unpopular vote, is- print facie
, " diHhoneatT . , ...... ... .
" .' v " He who thUkt, btfort kt o(rt, bow his vote
pZIZZTwUI aflixf Jus coming eloctiori,"bould be kept at
i buine 6r tbe balance of nut (ilb.
- -A wear- ilJotl- newpaprr has been ttarted St
--CheMeijown, Msryrond, called the Kent Pujloi"
" (liefirnt number of which we received yesterday.
It diacouraea good rmmw Cr il is a Whig instru
nvnt, and proposes to blow nothing but Whig airs.
. V9 re pajtMTilany pleased wita-the-wrrrare,
: "i" "and hope the, 'performer klwayi keep In a
t gTHxi tune ana as gooa nnui aa in im, nis ur ci-
. Pynithmfntfor imolingitttke firrefr.BurBea,
" In bii travels iff Central "Asii," In hi ui rij)tin of
Dokhara, a large city, states , " I ou tMr openly
burchase lobacco. and alt tha most aDoroved SDna.
,.(utu ioruuiaiuig tt ; yet, If seen smoking in puUie,
. . . , n . 1.
you are straightway dragged before the the Cadoe.
sara. puukliad-by atripee. r paraded -on donkey with
blackemxl face, as a warning to others. - This
is a guod hint to Europeans; for the prevalence of
ainoking in the streets wT our towns M a grant not
sauce. Maliias,.in.hi jecout buJguL, baa a hit
at the common practice, and says, 44 tbe dandies
lUrken London by amoking cigars to the streets.'
' orTX6Voer theNewltorkpiipers
.thnve so ,Tind)fncry---they each contain every
any iirtf or jnrtt nunarta new auveniaemenis.
may eost hi mil only brings rrK'rctinnts, trndesmen
. mnchsiiic, d'i- iulo. puUuj. nolica-aud. prucuras
' . r. them business but giviai a ihriving ilature to the
: t iiy.wnd lulls the world that wa are "up and do.
. Jn&' ;,.:.::J:r,.:!;;:ru.i:r,';A
TaralMoftke Sezet. .Man is strong Woman
is beautiful. Man is daring and confident tyoman
U ditTulent and unassuming. Man ia great in nc
man to persuade and please. Man has rugged
fcoart Woman a soft' and tender one. Msu pre
:-"t i wetits misery. Wnaviieve4i4trWaii--has
science-Woman , taate. r Man hss judgment
Woman eenwbiliry. Man is a boing ol justice
' V oman T roejrey. :-; , r
A great woman not imperious fair woman not
rain woman of common taleuts not jealous an
accomplished wonmn who scorns to shine are
four wonders just great enotigu. m oe oivkhhi
among the four quarters of the globe.
- A Jli UM on tkt Fair 5-Tlking of
the longer women live, the younger they grow.
' Tknow ladies who, sii years sgo, were rated at
S3, and now stand at 29. It is next to impossible
for woman to get over 40. This is pom anno
rum, at which the sex inifariably stick. The only
person Tever met with who confessed bat she bad
jxueed this barrier, was an old lady of 80, , ,
Fresh Cartkn SreiK
w ihuxn iiiti:ii
HAS jut ornd bis tyring A'rtmnt of
bF.l'.M, eiwpfiaing such aa suil tb wants
f (be cititit of Ibis and In surrsunding Couu
ties. Person witbing lo be supplied, bad belter
t at snd sebtct before lb aawrlnnnt is broken, a
he des net intend to gel recruit again during
ih Hpring. Tb following list contains a part of
his aMortinerrt, viii
IU Dutch CADUAGE
rkrly Binch "
forge Engliah Haroy w
Uia ftjtfar Loaf -Urly
tUrly Dutch "
Ndt dif Pkkling "
(u-iaa ksls or tow "
Hollow crowned or Hugar
Cup Parsnip, (s asw and
Hwelling Pirtip ..
Dwarf Marrowlkt PEA&
Cabbage Mead UTTI VCL
rlmnrt Cos "
Croam (', or Ico "
r'rly CahUe -Royal
Karly Kilra Pram "
lllue Pruaias "
Dwarf Blue Imperial "
rkrly CbarlaUn M
liMig He Uil
Iliac k Winter
K-rly China BEAN (buab)
Ki fuiree or KXM) to 1 "
White Kidney H (pule)
Blond Ked CAR ROT J
fnvbin Flag Iek (a ckoiee
snd hllhy vegetable lor
Iwig M.k.4 BKET.
Illoud Turnip "
k.'urled I'araley S.d
Umg W hile Ockra
K'ayvnne 1'afipnr -
(led Onion Heed
fop (In ion Heed
Early Soring TL RNU
Ut nt Dutch M
Ruts. Bat or. V ol
io w Kuanias M
Urge Nurliilk Field -
White Portland Onion do.
(Jenrgia Muk Melon
K.!m of Pear S. ed
Hun Flower Heed.
die. OvC. 4c.
For all of rkick kt triU lave Mr CasA is kand,
Charlotte. February 7. li
'PHE Exercise of this liMtitutmn were reborn-
n mm iced ou the first week in Janus ry. The
Course of Study pursued is preparatory to admis
sion into the University of our Stale ; vet it will
slwsys be vsried lo accommodate such Students
ss wiah lo enter any other College. The follow
ing is lbs Course i.
lo Ihe Latin Adam's Grammar, Historian Sa
eras 144 chapter, Viri Ronue through the second
Punic war, CasrT books, Salluat tbe whole, Ovi-
dii Eipurgata Ihe whole, the Eclogues, Georgics
and 6 books of the Eneid of Virgil, Cicero 9 Ore
lions, Horace the whole.
In Ihe Greek Goodrich's Grammar, in the
Testsmsnt John's Goapel and Ihe Acts of theApns
lleSf Jaeob's Reader 60 pages, Gtsjc Minor d the
whole, time a Majors 1UO pages.
The scholastic y eat U di vided into two sessions
of ft J months each, commencing on the first Alon
days of January and July. -
suutoa w srWi tiv( por ewroir, cturumg
n -.: - . a.a An. I :
to th f red of-suxlies. .
. Board can be obtained in respectable families,
at 11 33 to tl 50 per week. -
"Kr.'nsving devotrd several years to the buii
nes of Teaching, and intending to pursue it thro'
life should his health permit, the Subscriber has
made great exertions to keep psce with the im
provements that are being made hi Literature.
tie therefore confidently hopes to be able to merit
a snare oi punuc patronage.
lllJlitl K. I1AL.L.
February 14, 1835.-
Justreceiycd and : for tZ W 'b S'J! of
THE GREEN YTV cV GOLDEN
Mediciner, Patnis, Lys-
Sluffiv WINES, Spirits,
CD 1 M ICIJ I'liilDD
.ft nniiiii. viunno! .
Fine Chewing dt Smoking
Porter. Nats. &.c cVc
Bttliahtinr, February T, 1 885. 4t
ISSUED WEEKLY.n:nsT::::::uJOIIN BEARD, JR.
L The Western Csrolinian is published every Sa-
x?av.nt Tww OoHnrs per simum if paid m advance.
oi,Two BommjmjmiJMjmA ymsLXm
8. No paper will be discontinued until all arrears (res
are paw, uukss at the discretion of tlieJMitor.. .
a-fiubBcrimions will not to received tuT les tim'e
than one vesrr and a fcilure to notify the Editor of a
wt to i iseimiiniie, at me emi in a year, win oa coos-
i rod as a I
. ... 1 . - M, .
ered as a new entrageinenu
4. Anv Dftrton who will procure six subscribers to the
(Carolinian, and lake the trouble to collect and" transmit
their subMriptim-inoney to Ihe Editor, aliall hate a . pa
per xrtliO0Weif coniinuarice.
.4.. fir Pntan indebted lo tht EdildrMn trmumit
f-kim tkroMikthi Afstf,ai'his rliA' "jiwws'r Wef g,
Ik mnknowQgment of any respectoofe persoM to prose
ikmt omck remtionco mo rrguUrly modo.
L AdvertiseuKnta will be conspicuously and correct-
v inserted, at 5(1 centa per square lor the first Insertion,
and 3AI cenU Sir each continuance J but, where an ad-
. ... j j : i . rj ... .11
k'eniseineni IS oraerea m go ui otoj iwiuij, uu wui
ie chnrired for each insertion. If ordered for one in-
jertkm onlv, fl wilfin all eases be charged.
2. Persons wbo oeslre to ens? bv Uie yesTi will-be
iccommoHated by a reasonable deduction from the above
harges Fir Transient custom. ;
I. To insure oromnt attention to Ijetterf addressed
to the Editor, the postage should in sll eases be paid.
WESTERN CAROLINIAN OFFICE,
". ; . . - Salisbury, May 17, 114. f
XFB w prepared to execute every kinfof Printing
ma verv superior style, ana our charges will' be
vrressonable as any.- OT Orders from a dutonce will
lways meet the most-prtwpt atleni
i; ' IT
: Karlhcn-Wure,. China, "
T. J. IlAIMtOW V CO.
(No. 88 VVter Street, New York,)
4 RE now receiving an uncommonly great van-
ty of Goods i th abov lin, selected with
greal car by th senior paitnsr of tb firm, who
isOow jit England expressly Pr th purposs of pro
curing th Arvesf aml'moit Fukkiomtblt Style.
; As their purchsaes have been made at the low
est rales fur Cash', they confidently invite th at
tention of Customers and Merchaots generally to
their very large and handsome Slock, assuring
(hem of determination on their part to oflfcr tbe
beat advantage ia point of prices tod liberality
Every attention will be given to packing and
forwarding our Goods, and pll Orders executed
with udtiluy and promptness.
Hew York, February 14, 1633. W
RANDOLPHS & UiNDElUIILL,
No. 143 Pearl Street, New York,
Hlor furwirrl) scrMd Ay Ik lot JUm of Randuipk
Respectfully inform the Public thai they keep
constantly on band good assortment of
intlTIMI AM) ITII Itlt A.
And solicit an examination of iheir Slock by Ihe
Soulhern and Western Merchants who rnsy viail
the rily, before making their purchsaes.
DO" Orders promptly snd faithfully executed.
New. York, Jan. 17, 1 .. 9
State of North Carolina:
Court of Vknt and Quarter-Setsbni,
Novcstaci Tksm, 1834.
Ambne Johnson, )()ririn, AlUhfnen,f Wwi
John Jsekson y Mn '" "l"' property.
IN this caae it sppesring, lo the satisfaction of
Ihe Court, lhal Ihe Defendant, John Jackson, ia
not an inhabitant of this Slats : Il is therefore or.
dered, by th Court, that publication be made for
six weeks successively in the Western Csrotinisn,
notifying tbe said liefendanl to appear at our next
Court of Pleas and Qunrier Sessions to he held
for said county, at the Courthouse in Rock ford, on
the "d Mix. day in February next, to show cause,
if any he has, why tbe land and other property le
vied on ahnll not be condemned to satisfy tbe
rtaintifTs debt. Test,
F. K. ARMSTROVO, Clerk.
January 17, 135 t Fee3
. M.CiltOi: WAATKIk
r"pHE SuliMcriU-r wishea lo purchase LIKELY
N KG ROrS, from ten to thirty years old, and
will pay Ihe moat liberal price in Cah.
All who have such property to soil would do
well to call on him, or Mr. John Jones, his Agent,
He can be fmind at Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr. Jones at Dr. Boyd's Hotel, in
JHe thinks it proper to syLthat he is not ion
cerned in business with Mr. James Huie, or with
any other person.
All Letters addressed to him, or Mr. Jones, will
be punctually attended to . 1 . t ""'
- - ROBERT-IIUIE.
Salisbury, May 24, 1634. tf
DO"Temperanct. Tbe Anniversary
Meeting of the Jersey Settlement Temperance
Society " will be held at Wesley-Chapel, on Tut,
doo- tkt 844 iiwfanr the day -of simultaneous
meetings of Temperance Societies throughout the
Uuion. The Rev. Daniel Jenkins will preach the
A mo versa ry Sermon. The friends of Temperance
snd the public generally are invited lo attend.
-WILLI AM P." MOORE, Secretary.
February 14, 1835. 2
'A'Sinjill Supply of
f m OOEi "owJorn,e." Vo-rartnershtp m aaiU
Jl 'iniliVr?S lOr JLcI..g JmaiUEM. and hone, from their united and eienaie
- sTatt Receired and for.Sale at -
Frbruorj 14, 1835. Prire 10 fn.)
r'pHE following is a list of the Blanks generally
...--.kepl4tn naou, lor- sale, at us-veterrr Caroli
ntaa Pittiiug Olltce- all uf sliich,arepf Ihe most
approved forms,- printed on very superior paper,
and will be disposed or on terms as low as any.
DEEDS of Conveyance for Land ;
Cousta bles - Warrant f Constablus' Bond j -
- - Superior d County Court Writs '
" M . " Executions;
" " . . ... SuintoounesL
Witness' and Jurors' Tickets j f
Writs of Attachment ; Venditioni Exponas j
" MamageTLic'eYises; ,-
Wnts-ot fijectment f Appem Bondrr"" " ;
SherifTs Bonds ,' Letters PeKtamentary;
--Admitristratioff Bonde t Eiecutiona f "' ' - "-'
Letters of Administration on intestate estates ;
Aprenticeshdentureij Guardian Bauds ; "
BtM. P.'gaiiwi Eiecuilnui; ' ' "
r Scire facias Ca. Sa. Bond j. .
Injunctions to Slay Proceeding f.
Writs of Fieri Facias i Bsstsrdv Bonds:
County Court Commissions to take Deposition t
ponus io rronecute ouns : .
fCommissions in Equity j Equity BoromofutesV
Assault and ttattery Indictments ;
Military Warrants for Fines j
O TersonT desTrT hot fo" oe (bund In
the above list, are informed that we can print anv
other forms lo order, on very short notice, and in
superior style. ...
Salisbury, rebruary 7, 1835.
ocr m rnocL,M mo.-v !
ThtTWiy Th'aTwa are
prepared to print HORSE
BILLS, icv &c. Slc tie.
i evrum I It is a "Re
ormMed way ;nd, being
ws (that is to say, "oca
stuasTT,") are under the
impression that it will ro
on wiu great 'iklotn !
The rrlntei D-L" 1
' JQfrJtf C VfW
Silualud ai flie NOrtU Corner Pf the Courthouse,
w ' X
rrHE Subscribers respeclfully inform the Public
1 in general, thsl they have recently purchased
and Uken possession of Ihe above well known Es
blishmenu They deem it enneceassry to say any
thing in regard to the location of the Holol,ae its
tiMiiv eimveeinnces are already known to th Ira.
veiling public, or can be seen at single view of
IhC premiaeij lliey loerciurw iiimwvi"..
with assuring all who may have occasion lo visit
or travel through this section of country, (Stsge.
Passengers, Private Gentlemen, end Families) thst
Ihe Bccorwirtodationa at the Msosion Hotel cannot
be surpassed by any house in this Stale.
With well-built and well-arranged house, ele
gant Dining and Lodging-Rooms, clean and well,
aired Beds, first-rale Cooks, attentive and indus.
trious Servants, well-furnished Table and IW.aiul
an accommodating Landlord, the proprietors of Ihe
Mansion Hotel can with ihe greatest confidence
insure to sll who rnsy honor their bouse with pa
tronage, a Urge amount of eomf rt.
To Tra teller.
frt-Th" Ureal Western Mai)
Line, the Direct Line lo Ra
letgh, and the (lieraw Line, all stop at and depart
from the MANSION HOTEL j and, having an
extensive and swore nublo, and tMlers who are
industrious and well-disposed, travellers in private
conveyances or on horseback are assured that no
pains will be spared to fit iheir horses for duty on
the road alter leaving Ihe establishment.
HENRY W. CONNER,
RICHARD W. LONG.
Salisbury, November 9, 1H34. 8m
FALL & TTIITTSn TACHZCVO
HORACE IL BEARD, Tailor,
II EGS leave to inform his friends, and ihe public
"in general, that orders in his line will always
be thankfully ruceited by him, and executed in the
most cat, fashionable, and Durable nuuioer
erms as reasonalde as any in Ibis section of coun
try. II. II. D. In ', rrotn bis bnig practice of his
business, (a number of years -of which tin he
roMided in the city of Philiulelphia,) and from the
general satisfuction he lias heretofore given to his
numerous resiiectable and fiuihiooahle customers, to
merit anu ruoeive a portion oi uie patronage ot Uie
public m general.
&tr He flatters himself that hia CUTTING i
rrally suMrir to any done in this State, as ma
be tested by the undmmited elegance of fit v. hie
attends garmtMits made in his establishment. He
is in the regular receipt of the Reports of tbe Fa.
ahions as they chango both in the large cities oi
(his country and of Europe so thai gentlemen
may be satisfied that their orders will always be
executnd in the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will be attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the customer
were present in person.
Salisbury, May 17, lS4.ly
the accommodations of the Episcopal School
more Pupils lhaa- iboae wbos names have aire.
ZlT .Dee.?.0.rwtrdw' tojheRector, the. Executive
Committee take this method of informing1 the Pub
lic that further applications during the pre nt
session, cannor oe receivea. uut that so soon as
th aecommodstfonsDf the School can b$ enlarged,
notice of the same will be given. By jrder of the
L. S. IVES, Chairman.
. Raleiib, Jah; SlsC 1 8337 3t - ' . r(;"
Ii White n William Hajrcr
f ESPECTFULLY inform iheTRfN'TERS of
the United 8tstes (to whom they have Ion
umi luuiTniu.iiiv aiiown ss Liier-roundersi ihat
.1 L " f 1 .. .'
experience, to he able to give full satisfaction to
all who may favor them with orders."
, The introduction of Machinery, in place of tbe
teuiou and unhealttuul process of casting type by
hand, (a desiderate fell by the American and En
.ropcjuL founders wsavby Ameriesm tnicenuitT. and
at a heavy expenditure of .lime aud money on the
part of our senior partner, first successfully ac
complished, bxtensive machine-cast letter has
fully lusted and established its superiority in eve
ry particular over thai cast by the old process..
The Letter-Foundry business will be carried on
by tbe parties before named, under the firm of
1 hpl SpecHiien-fiook exhibit a complete se
ries, from Diamond to 14 lines Pica their Book
aNe5.Tyr, be'Pft W the rflost juoderfl and p-
pruveu sty u. - -
, White, linger, it Co., are agents for the. sale
of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses, which
tney can lurnish to their customers at the manu
Chases, Cases, Composing Sticks, Ink, and eve
ry article used in tlw Frintingflusin.es: kcpt'loV
ale, and Tu rnished at "short notice. Old Type ta-
i - - . -i. ; ..
Ken m exenange lor new, at V cents per pound.
New Yorky Jam 17r 1935.
Coach and Carriage Making, &c
In Salisbury, by J. W. Ralney,
UI3 Shop is on 'the Main Street, between the
Maminn fli.lnl ..J L. 117, -
Printing-Ofhce, where he ia ore oared to make, nn
short notice, and on the most reaannatiln rn..
every description of Vehicles, from a stage-coach
down to wheehbarnHsw-. : : 'r
ftCT A large stock of ready-made Work ejwaya
kept on band, for sale as cheap as any.
REPAIRING in all its branches will also h
promptly attended to, and executed in the very
best sty le of durability and neatness . .
Jan. 17, 1635. tf J. W. RALNEY.
SITUATED SOUTHWEST or THE COltf
HOUSE, IN THE TOWN OP
LKXLJTO., (X CAKOLI.Vt)
rpIIE Subscriber Ules this metl.od of infimu
I Travellers that b keep Uous ot Eai
lainroeut in Lexingto, (N. C.) oa Main Hit
Suuthwest of Ilk Courthouse. "
Hi Table will always b supplied with tbe kes
br Ihat t plentiful neighborhood ca aflord. II
llous being capacious, and attended by emni
who ar industrioue and sealouato please, Trmi.
lers can alays b accommodated with GOOts
BEDS in room with firc-plac. And last,
not lb least important consideration, IIORTJ
rill atrayr rrrrire nek aTtrntion. U Ik ftaala
of Ike Suktcrilxr, lhal they may leave it ita
creased ability to do lb service of Ihe mad.
JOHN P. ilABRT.
I.xington, Msrch 8, 1834. ly
THE Subscriber is about to move to Batestdl
in Arkansaw Territory, and will attend lo a,
king pirchase,ening bind, and paying taiea,kV
non-n-siJfiiU. There are many tracts of Military
Bounty Lands, which, if not attended lo, ifl k
sold for taxes, and hast.
Letters (port-paid) addressed to the Sufasmlsv;
at Batesvillu, Ariuisaw, will be rmsnptly atteaded
to. DAVID REINHARDT,
Lot of Umrolnlon, ft.t
8 Member 27, 1834. 6m '
Land and Negroes c
rrilFRF- will be sold, esj .1Wy tkt U if
Martk mfxt,on the premises, a VALl'AULE
TRACT OF LAND, situated on tbe CaUsU
River, on half mile above the Island Furs, in
Lincoln County. Also, flight Likely !C
A credit of on year will b jiven; vpna appro
ved aocurity. l'
Adm'r. test, annex, of J, Sberilt, sVc'a.
"February 7, , lBZ3riZI17:: JZ2U "12
THOSE who are afflicted with HEAD-ACIICS,
IIEART.BURN9,and other distressing sju p.
toma of disordered atomach, bowela, and liver, n '
find relief in Dr. Beck with Anti-Dyspeptic IV
which can be had at Uiia Office price i
cents per box. - " " -
The Doctor, who once resided m this place. ' 4
now live in Raleigb, has, after a long' and sif
me practice, ben enabled to compound a most va
luable remedy "for the cbronic diseases of th t
gestiye organs so cominon in Southern cliuakSj
eHiecially with those who lead sedentary lite.
It would be an eaay matter to make out oaitaV
catcs to prove that these J'tlUi are asutcttigi r
medyw Tor "all the ills thai fkh is heir to;" sat
it is not pretended that tliey are an universal aan.
cians and other gentlemen can t shown to sub
stantiate their eflkacy in the ' particular rbus of
diwase above spoken of: and tbe Editor vl Uut
pajicr can testify that Ac has deriyed speedy itJ
perinantuit relief in tb use oT them, from awst
distressing and long-continued head-ache. Soas)
of hie friends tried them, at his snggestion, and t
perienoeid ths same benefktal tflccta.
JSttUsfury,Juue 14,1834 -tf '
Current Pricca of lyodiicr, Ae
.AT SALISBURi:,Fcbruary 17. 1635v
121 a 15 Molasses, . . . &00
- 4 r N,rfs-- f-r-.- T f w
40a50Oata, .... 2530
12,; JRye, . . . -"75
S lSucmr, brown, .1012
Butter, . . .
Cotton, in seed, ,
-11 f hmf;
Cuflue,.. a WSslV"-112 a, 15
Corn, ... 4 4a.VTallow, . i 10.
Fealhers, . . . 30 a XI Tobacco, . . . 8
Flour, . . . .oTrfV a 600j Wheat, busbel) Waj u
Flaxseed, . , . 100 (Whiskeyr.- '
Linseed Oil, per gallon, il 12
AT FATrrTEVILJJLrbruary ift
Bacon, . ... 81 a lOjlroo, . . J .
Brandy, peach, . bO a 7l',.Molasca.
afiiu, - mi m st.,aiiH, cu
. fci. x- -i-
18 a l$3ugar, brawn.
Coflee, . ...
. 121 a 14 lump, .
... .14 a ..IK--lusJCU
Flour, . .
. 60 a ft Salt, -.15tfalAtV
.5110 s 550'WhiAev;
. SSaa'KWncd, I
!T IT Molasses-. ,
IZ a 20 Xaihv-4r-T----J
11 . i.aa r.i. rmm. . So
" li'T-' V " .nn - V
l4HMRite, . i .i""
5 a 0H S.1L in sacks. .
Flaxseed, . .
, 25a4t ; bufhel,
.145 a 150Sugar, prime,.
-.750 a' "
saassasava-t - j
Mackerel, , ,
Tallow, (scarce). 10
in.ioilT. , - l'flll-s
.650 a m Wheat,. . co Mw
AT COLUMBIA. (& C.). January 29- -
40a5Mackerel,. . -'J f
15 a OtVSalt, in ss., . 225 2 f
18a2J r . bushel, . . 75
12 a WSttgsa brown, . ,B,S
85a Oti Af &hH43 f
Beeswax, . ,
Butter, . . .
Coffee, . . .
Litton, . . . 12 a 13 Taltowi ff z I
121 a lNTallow.
. ' l kv. in si u t
.750 s 80(Tes, , ;
- AT CAMDENr(8. Febrosry 14
. . ..14a 00;Floar, (N. Caro.)000 W
.peach, . 75a00 (Cam.mnis)-900a 1
appple,, 85a40ilron, . . ...
12 a 16iLarL
14 a l&Tallow,'
75 a 87 Whiskey,
. . .IW " "
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