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lotnnces rntufo to favorite contractor, without any
adequate service rendered by them, al the inert Originality. Thc only thing imposib of attain
vrill and pleasure of the Postmaster General or his merit by perse erance ; a mark no one ever hits by
subordinates. To make up for this deficiency, the aiming at it.
mail routes all through the country have been cut Pain. The primum mobile of i,?ince to escape
down, and tho people are made to suffer for this from its incessant pursuit, is the secret of all our
mismanagement of the department. This is not actions. I TMIE Subscribers respectfully inform the Public
all: the Postmaster General has presumed to bor- p, n. The lev r of Archimedes. in general, that they have recently purchased
bow large sums of monvy trom th? State Banks up- Physic. Any prvpn ria which wc ewauow . an( taken possession of the above well-known rs-
! Situated at the North Corner of the Courthouse,
blishment. They deem it unnecessary to say any
thing in regard to the location of the Hotel, as its
many conveniences are already known to the tra
velling public, or can be seen at a single view of
on the faith of tho department, in direct violation of with reluctance, at the Lidding of our fears or phy-
the Constitution, which declares, tint Congress sicians.
alone shall borrow money upon the faith of the Go- Pun. The papor-eurroney representative of, but
vertiment ! not always convertible into, the bullian of wit.
During the last summer, therefore, when among Quack. A title which the Faculty assume tho ; ,he premises.; They therefore content themselves
you, I did not he.iute to pronounce the department power of conferring on all who kill without their J wjjh nssuring all who may have occasion t visit
rotten to the core. Some doubted, others blajued permission. or travel through this section of country, (Stage-
me; but what is the fact ? The House of Represen- Robbing. Of all arts, that one which admits of( Passengers, Private Gentlemen, and Families) that
tafives appointed a Committee to examine into the bcin done in the greatest varieties ot ways. t lio accommodations at the Mansion Hotel cannot
condition of the Post Office Department during the Tavern. An independent teritory, winch a sail-, j)0 .irp issed by any house in this State.
THE THOROUGH-BRED HORSE J
The TVcslcrn Carolinian.
V 1 Fff
vnratifkn A Jiifii.ritv nf tlr !nn 1 1 w 1 1 u-.-ic Pntu. 11, 1-m f.Mi c.vrrfl CTH. A. DiilCC V 10115 U1D-
- avaa .m. m J J m -w i w . 7 ;ui till1 I i 1' & fV wr y KJKi -
posed of the devoted friends of the Administration, ners are more cheaply bought by coin, than eisj-
aud the unanimous report ot that majority sustains uh re by complaisance.
With a well-built and well-arranged house, clo
gant Dining and Lodging-Rooms, clean and well
aired lied, first-rate Cooks, attentive and indus-
every charge preferred against the department- I Violin. An instrument which a man seldom nr-, trjml Servants, wolbfurnished Table and Bar, and
will not detail tacts, but give you their conclusions: rives at perfection in playing, till he is too tie it , aM,IC(;,mniodat ing Landlord, the proprietors of the
1st. That the finances of the department have from a-T0 to heir his own notes. j Mansion Hotel can with the greatest confidence
been managed without frugality, system, intelli- V:irn. An enj v merit never to be indulged ri insure (0 n wjto may honor their house with pa
tronage, a lnrge amount of con, tort.
GO" The Great Western Mail-
Linc, the Direct Line to Ra
the presence of a sweatheart or a patron. A
thing impossible to do in reading our lucubrations.
IV. One of the syllables of fite a peg upon
which destiny hangs the hope of lovers.
Yiilding.' What mistresses are when they utter
the preceding short word.
in a late number of the New-York
Mirror, in an article descriptive of Mount Vernon," pnius will Ik
savs, "these grounds should Ixj the projvrty of the . the road after leaving tho e-rwhli.-diOMnt.
ence, or adequate public ability. The cardinal,
principles of an enlightened enconomy have leei
violated. Expensenses have not been kept within!
trie hunts of income, nnH fynonflitur..-
OLD GOLD WITH NEW SUPERSCRIPTIONS,
Or Specimens of a new edition of Johnson.
A T.u key-ruts of all knvlejge tho first
sou;; J i.ifancy utters the latest pain permits us to
articulate. I:i the? Scottish dialect, with an apos
t replied it "tanH. for what it really is in every tongue,
the all. It w is tiia curliest whisp?r of language
tin hu.nin v:is2 which echo made her first essay
up n ;u it ruslieJ over the lips of man, so soon as
th"tv had giviMi way to the earliest respiration of
7o Ab'trh. A list attribute of virtu? supposed
to have gone to ILiaven in search of some missing
Abduction. The Irish method of wooing an heiress
Acro.nic. Verses with but one word of meaning
in them. Deprived of their iniiutls, they would
be even more endless thin th'y are.
A:re. A crirni to which n one would plead guil
ty, even on promise of pard n ; a quality in rich
uncles, and port wine, and stupid bjoks.
Ana arum. A point to attain which, many,
like fix hn.iters, care n t what they leip over.
t f. m as T !! !, t-'' i-j o.ruflin:r ilititi.
. . ir i . ' noodpr on the mi-'htv events ot the oast, while
6Tanti.ii as me srmu 01 a uinu-jr, or iiie sounu, oi a i t - j
shilling. standing betore the lombof Washington. lios
Auburn. A color nohodv can describe, and of, ton Mercantile Journal.
which there are no specimens in Syme Nomen-1
clature bat a great mmy m love lockets: the
nanm of a vill go whero Apollo delivered lectures Mr.
on political economy.
Auzcr Auger, Reader! it is you alone who
extensive and secure Stable, and Ostlers who are
industrious and well disposed, travellers in private
conveyances or on horseback are asured that no
soured to fit their horses lor duty on
TTTTILL stand the Ensuing Season at the foilow
iog places in Rowan County, viz: One-third
of his time at the Stable of the Mansion Hotel, in
Salisbury; One-third at Mocksville. and the bal
ance of his lime at Mr. George McConnaughey's
Store, twelve miles West of Salisbury. He will
lc Let to mares at the reduced price of 6"-0 the
Season, payable on, or before the loth day of Jui.e,
1833, at which time the Season will expire. 1 ho
greatest care will be taken to prevent accidents,
but the subscriber will not be liable for any that
March 21, 1SS3. R. W. LONG.
r jr -t."
REFORM is a Dark firown, fifteen hands and
eih, and tin: Cl.eraw Line, all stop at and depart ' one i,,Cn n,-n' U l,,ack U?s mnne nml ,ail ; a,1(1
Vouithe MANSION HOTEL; and, having an considered tire be.t judges of both Maryland
...wi w4 .,r.. si .l,U. ntnr ivl... n r and V i xl f h possess as many go-d p.ints lor a
BY ASH BEL SMITH &. JOSEPH W. HAMPTON
HEN MY W. CONNER,
RICHARD W. LONCJ.
Salisbury, November lr?JM. Gin
Nation, never to be sold : but kept as a snaimcr re
sideuce of the President of the United States; of
course, .a place where all could visit without trespass
ing on private property, which is now dne to tho
annoyance of its owners."
Tn is is an excellent idei. Mount Vernon is the
spat where Washington lived in tranquility after
retiring from the cares and turmoils of public life.
It is the hallowed spot where the remains of the
l ather of his Isoun'ry are uepoueu, ana lue Mgui , xn oneral, that orders in his line will always
will always awaken teelmgsot patriotism, and kin- : bo ti;in!tfuv r(.ceived by him, and executed in the
die pure delight in the bosom ot every lover of Li-j m.Mt Xc, Fashionable! and Durable manner on
bertv. Mount Vernon .should belong to the Cjuii- ; reasonable as aiiv in this section of colu-
. nn-l Knn l.l-l- I rl f r I I II wli.t 111:1 L'f'-J :i III!. I . tl II l i " - I . I
'i u i ttii ,i'u i iry. ii. ii. i;. n )i)?s. irom nis lonir practice oi ins '
HOIvACE II. BEAHD, Tailor,
ami Virjr h possess as many go d p.ints lor a
ST A If yas any HORSE IN AMERICA.
(eutl? j.rtvvi.-shiiig tc raise fine horses would do
well toambrace this opportunity, for such a horse
is raiely fi n d to the Public in this section of
country. The following Pedigree, signed by one
of the most respec table Gentleman in Maryland,
is sulueient to warrant the public that Reioiiu is
of the purest blood.
Petliirrce and Performance.
TERMS OF PUBLICATION.
1. The Western Carolinian is published every Sa-
tl'RD W, at Two Dollars per annum if paid in advance,
or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the
expiration ot three month 3.
2. No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages
are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor.
3. Subscriptions will not be received for a less time
than one year; and a failure to notify the Lditor ot a
wish to discontinue, at the end oi a year, will be consi
dered as a new engagement.
4. Any person who will procure six subscribers to the
Carolinian, and lake the trouble to collect and transmit
heir subscription-money to the Editor, shall have a pa
per gratis during their continuance.
T. (gj- Persons indebted to the I2ditor,may transmit
to him through the Jlr7, at his risk provided they get
the acknow!edg7:ient of any rt spcctuble person to prove
that such remittance tens regularly 7nade.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
1. Advertisements will be conspicuously and correct
ly inserted, at 50 cents pr square for the first insertion,
and JioJ cents tor each continuance : but. where an ad
vertisement is ordered to iro in only twice, .r0 cts. will
be charged for each irrcrtion. If ordered for one in
sertion only, jvl will in all cases be charged.
2. Persons who esire to engage by the your, will be
accommodated hva reasonable deduction from the. alxne
chirgcs for transient custom.
1. To insure prompt attention to Letters nddrersec
to the Editor, the postage should in all cases he paid.
bv Mar lander, dam by
Rirlioioml. r.oid.mi bv 0!os Oc.-i r. "ramiaiii
w -v. t 1 j t l.i t 1 I ' r" i r
itlA' lc:lvo tJ ,nl ,rm ,ns menus ana toe puo.ic u G I)i,,mede, g. g. grandam by 11a Is Union,
try ; and then every American who makes a pl- trv. ir. n. . h fr(Mu bis Uxv practh
grimage to the hanks of the Potomac, could claim ; business, (;i i;umler of years of "which I
that as a right, which he now asks as ; a j a tor, to - reiifjC( in tho citv of Philadelphia,) and
wanJer over the grounds ot Mount ernon, 1 sennrul suitisHietioii he has heretofore give
F. Grummet, M. P., rclats the following
lven to his
numerous resp .'c table and fashionable customers, to
merit and receive a portion of the patronage of the
public in general.
CO" Ho Hatters himself that his CUTTING is
really superior to any done in this State, as may
be tested by the undisputed elegance of fit which
can dicine the difference letwixt what penetrates j
dead boards and futurity.
Austerity Tint which elFjcts for its vcarer
what ice doos to the puddle and the pool hiding
incident, which occurred while he was passing attends garments made in his establishment. He
throu 'h a small village near Rochefbrt, as a priso- is in the regular receipt of the Rejorts of the Fa
ner, under a military escort. It will show to those ! shions as they change both in the large cities oi
acquanted only with modern customs, the value of( this country and of Europe so that gentlemen
tho kindness formerly practiced in washing the feet J may be satisfied that their orders will always be
of stratvers. St. Paul, in enumerating the deeds executed in the very latest style.
g g g granu im hv L.eouiuas, g. g. g. g. grandam
by Othello, g. g. g. g. g. grandam by (Jorge's
j Juniper, g. g. g. g. g. g. gracdam by Morton's
1 raveller, g. g. g. g. g. g. g. giandam by Col.
Talker's Selima, by the Codolphin Arabian.
Marylander, Reform's Sire, bv Rattler, dam
Noli mo Tangere, by Topgallant out of Castianira,
Old S.r Archy's dam Rattler by Old Sir Aicby,
dam bv imported Robin Red-lreat, and full
brother of the distinguished racers Sumter, Fly
ing Childers, and Flirtilla, the victor of the cele
brated Ariel, in a match for 8-0, 000 a side.
Polly Hopkins, Jackson, and Lady Relief, the
victor of the renowned Trifle, in a twenty mile
race, have also descended from the same illustri
ous line of .ancestry.
Richmond, the sire of Reform's dam, by the
distinguished racer Ball's Florizci, dam by Old
Diomede, grandam v-Vickham's Alderman Mare,
. ' I I . 1 . 1 1 T I-
kj ... .. .1 . ..ii.ii(Kiirckfiiir"..iii t a . ciiwiiiifiiiiwriK.il !.-. iiiirw.. . i
cither its shallowness or its depth beneath the crust of kindness which especially recommended aged j Orders from a distance will be attended to with " " , ; r " " jn " u
care as it the customer 7" , ; ? t, t - ;v f - , t- & -
widows to the kindness of the church, says: 14 If; the same punctuality and
were present in person.
Aurora. A lady who opens the gates of Heaven, I she have lodged strangers, it she have wastea the
as the oil woman unfolds those of church-porch, j saint's feet, if she have relieved the alilicted."
S3 early in the morning that modern poets have
n2V2r bien able to get up to see, and therefore
wisely refrain from mentioning her.
1 had obtained a supply of canvass for my feet,
which were much blistered and extremely sore,
Avoirdupois. A term which is no longer of but this was soon wore out, and I su tie red dreadlul-
weight in society. Like Buonaparte, it 5 lost its . ly. About noon wc halted in the market place of
own dignity when it assumed an Imperial one
R itrpipe. An ancient pneumatic machine for
a small town, bearing every mark of antiquity,
(I tbir.k it was Melle.". to lest and refresh. To
. T - I II.
mi ;ing a noise ; tne torerunner ot some iiTxiern . escape tne sun 1 tooK my seai on an oiu ica cnesi,
j iuraaU being filled with pu(B ; a barbarous in- j standing in front of a huckster's shop and removed
strumnt men are positively rewarded by some my tattered inoccassins. WhiUt doing this, an el-
fjr still pl iving upon. derlv woman came out ot the sliop accompanied by
Salisbury, May 17, 1S34. ly
On the Pee Dee River.
rpiIE Subscribers have a NEW BOAT on the
- River, running from this place to and from
i Georgetown, (S.C.)of such a draft as to enable
lowest stage of the River.
building, in Charleston, another
lnrintinn I.K ...III K I.. , 1 .
m . . . . , . . .. lV.".,IIIV. OIIIIIV in -l-I II'IIWII. itiiiii Mm III
T-l T t .1 " .1 . - r-i n n . 1 ....1 I.... .....1 i,nt --i.-irwi- t nun rn. ' ' '
L ill. .1 ining in u can nini iou jw or u iou ceraieu ieui, ami ih-ju nmiwn t.i ' i same trade by the first of uoit next
wo nans' he i U, by m iking them kick their heels, turned to the house. In a f-y minutes afterwards ' Q o Froi t for our
a i l . ... i. o . -w . m
. suit oa i wmi iris m us ucny, u.uu
B tlco'iy. A place fr flour-pots to stand unon ; a young girl, very prettily dressed. " Pauvre gar- j lier to.OMe x
r-mintic damsels to ban over and lover to ciimb con!" Pauvre prisoner!" were uttered by both. 'J'hev have now build
up to. The girl, with tears in her eyes, looked at my la- R ;f ' n ,
W- -W 9 a . t 1 I . 1 i - I I A I . . . . . . . . . . I '
an as at its tail.
B imTtorz!e. To address compliments to a jury,
a p;ain woman, or a rich f ol.
B:rd. A trophy b ys long fjr every hour from
f.vive t.- sixteen, anl men curse every morning
from twenty to fifty.
Ren. I'm i Th"? first position" i!i the march of
Cit. An animal oil rmilslove, becaus3 it gives
out spirits w'i i it is ruhbiJ.
Di-nx-zc. T.u gilJiiig of horns, and Court
Plis'cr for tw.Mked noses.
D.nwi.i:. Tii.it acti i which is to motion what
misic is to svjid, anl eloquence to speech a
imvomiMt to which miss33 are traineJ for leading
hic'ilori n?ar mn-trap?, a3 deciyducks tempt
wild ones in the snare.
Debt. "The si! her of society," for men to to
lerate each other fir whit they o.ve eac! other.
Deserts. What fortune docs to mrit ; seldom
wh t she gires. .
Dun. A more accurate time-keeper thanj?vcr
Il illey m' i2.
Eiff. Tm oxid.it in of th? soul ; but it is only
t;i3 :im i?r mi.i?s un 1 m?ti!s that rut.
Face. Xot only the title-page of a man but
oflM. tn, thi tah'i of contents.
Faction. Any bdy of n diticans who do any , rrt shaved. Tiic man of f am, with great obse
thing opposed to any of .the notions of any of j quiu.iess, placed his cutomer in a chair, and
I I ! 1... ..r!... .m. O till
she reappeared, but her finarv had been taken oil",
and she carried a large bowl ot warm w
hands. In a moment, the bowl was pi:
me, she motioned
did, and d
. .. .1 . . ... I - irK . .-!...
cd loom in tne mo, ,enuer m; uuer. w.., ,.ai , ()(r WarehoU3eS and Coitoil Sheds
luxury was that half hour ? 1 lie elder lemale I nrc m sUuatvi as to ont,relv sixth from live.
hrougnt me mou, wnusi no ouger, .ia mg p.-.-j No cUnrc inilc fr storis either Goods or Cot
formed her office, wrapped up my teet m soil Imen, . oru Wh wiJ! ndvancef in cas,,t two.l!lirts of tli0
, ' up country friends with certainty and despatch.
ater in lier - ()ur rat0s ,)p a?j ajj any .,(t tm thc rj
n a moment, tne oowi was puree o. iore , ver ani ju R1jiior wo a cc to forwanl n llu.
lotioncd to me to put in my leet, wmch I j s liaf come b thcn to f)Ur care pREE uf
jwn she went upon her knees and wash. ! r,,. . ttfi
Wildair thorough-hred, and from whom have
descended some of the most distinguished race
horses in the country. Mr. Wickham, of Vir
ginia, bred both Richmond and Tuckahoe.
Cfcv" The following remarks are copied from
Mr. J. S. Skinner's Sporting Magazine : " He
(Reform) run many fine races, generally under
disadvantages as to training and management, but
always with credit as a fast and honest racer. To
establish his character as a race horse, it is only
sufficient to remind our readers that he twice beat
Ace of Diamonds, who beat him once ; that he al
so twice beat Tychicus, who also beat him once,
lie run a fine race at the Central Course last
Spring (of 1S3:J) beating fine horses, viz. Colum-
i bus, Whitcfoot, Moretta, and distancing Orange
Boy, who afterwards beat easily the famed racers
Medoc and Anvil."
C7 Orange Boy, it will be recollected, beat
Mr. Mull's gray mare, Betsy Sanders, at Salisbu
ry, in the fall of 132.
GEO ROE SEMMES,
13t Prince George County, Maryland.
rpiIE Proprietors of THE WESTERN CA--fi-
ROLINIAN having a very large supply of
Joh Type, Cists, cLc,
Every description of Printing will be done in the
neatest possible stle, and on the most mode ra to
terms. Orders from a distance will be promptly
attended to, and forwarded in the safest and inot
Salisbury, February C5, lcoo.
AVE 1 ave on band, and will dispose of cliep,
A Large Supply of B LAKHS,
Printed in the bfst manner, and en gr-t-d paper.
Orders from Ch-iks or others from a distance will
bo promptly and can-fully attended to.
CKrrciat Srtccs of Isrocfnce,
ArrH 1 lfi
ica ntteu on a pairoi ner mo.no, s m,. yaIup of any kinf nf Protltloe ,(.fl j1 our chu
for shipment to Ncw Yoik or Charleston.
LA COSTE & McKAY.
Chora w, February 7, roCt
" Hail! woman, bail! last funned in EJen's bowers,
Mii?t hu:n.nmg btreams and fragrance-Lreu.thing
tlo-A ers ;
Thou art, 'mid light an ! g'oou, through gooJ and ill,
Creation's glory, min's cnief blessing slid !
Thou cabisl our thoughts, as halcyons calm the ea,
Saota'bt in duitre-s wiien servile mmioas lUe ;
Anl oh! wit.iotit tiie &un-bright smdes below.
Life were a night, and earth a waste of w oe."
During thc process above mentioned, numbers
rnilE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the cx
elusive ribt lor Making, llsinir, anil Vending
had collee'. I round and stood silently witnessing so ' t,e above valuable Machine, for the Counties d
angelical an act of charity. "Ljlahe' heedeil
'iiorougli-brcd Voissi 52or&e
rifjj Stand the ensuing Season at my Stable
at Beattie's Ford, Lincoln County, N. Caro-
! llrron, . , 11
! Brandy, applf, . 40
peach, . 40
Butter, . . . 01 a
Cotton, in seed, . 8
clean, . 11
CoTec, .... 10
Feathers, . . . 'AO
Flour 5o0 a
FlaxfeceJ, . . . 100
a P? Molasses,
a J-".-Xads, .
a oOQats, .
Linseed Oil, per gallon, 1 1'2
. 50 a CO
. a 40
. 10 a 12
. 1G a 0
112 a 125
8 a 20
60 a 1- 0
. 45 a CO
linn, and perform service at 10 the Season, lo j rjovax '
them not ; but when her task wes finished, she
raised her head, and a sweet smile of gratified
pleasure beamed on her face.
Shaving in Spain. An Irish gentleman travel
ling through Spain, went into a barber's shop to
Rowan, I reded, and Cabarrus, oflcrs the same to to Insure, and So the Leap; .r0 cents to the groom S (t -.:
the Farmers of those (bounties at a very low pric e ; 1 1 raeh case. Particular attention will be paid Cotton, .
AT FAYETTE VI CLE.. ..March 24.
a K jTron, ....
fiO a ?Molasses, . . .
fiO a (iO.Xails, cut, .
I1? a If? Sugar, Ircwn,
Fan. An almost fjrgDtten instrument, which
was w.nt to winuw away the frowns of our grand
mothers. Fa3ciniiion. The air anJ manner of one's mis
tress. II lir. Tin foilr?:? of the hnman tree. The
d.-apirv of a fi ie wo nan's f.iee, a id tint part of
what is connected with their brains, which young
B'ers m;!t carefi'.ly cultivate. The only crop which
may thick sils cm pr.'Iuee, and one that hTy
t i 'iid pejplo in the United States can live by
I-ii'isination. That power which can create withr
out substance, paint without color, and kill without
commenced operations by spitting on the soap and
it over the gentleman s t.ice. "lSIooUan
was the i lie gant remark of the Irishman.
"is that the wav vou shave a nintleman ?" at t!ie
the right of making single Machines can be had
at any time. He w ill have a number of Machine
made in a very short time for sale.
Rowan County, March 'Jl, l.'M. tf
SSTiV THE SUBSCRIBER Oners for Sale
fJl in the I'm ks of the Yadkin, Rowan Co.
ame time nrenarim' in his wrath to overturn the j Au.oi.g oiber ailvaniages winch it I. as, it is well
;.r oooUo-K It" is the wav we shave a cfwr- supplied with good water, and is comv. nomt to so
yn.Z, Seimr." "Then how d'o vou shave a poor veral never fading .Mills. For further particulars
... - . . r- ' , . .1 I.. W'.li: .... I.' Tv..lU- .. M. ,r
v uc snton ins I ice. at:a run me soan , " " oo.on
KUsing. The lover's employment oflips when Jr
over that,'n was the Spaniard's reply : 44 Oh, then,
if I remember nMhmg else but the one thing, it'll
Ikj the Spanish barber's distinction ;" and so say
ing, the Hibernian rose, paid the demand, and tie-parted.
A Candrd Confession. The Editor of the Geor.
E. M. KELLY.
Rowan County, Feb. 23, 1S:?5.
to .Marcs left with the Horse, but no lialeliiy fi r
accidents or escapes. The Season to commence
on the 1st of Manh, and end on the 1st of July.
Whitestreak was got by Lafayette, he by
ihe iirportcd hoie Bluster, be by Oilando, a son
of Whiskey, and c ut id" a High ilser Mare, sister
to EscajJe, by Pegasus, her dam by Squinel ; IV
i;asus Wiis got by Eclipse, out of a Bsphoi us
Mare, sister to Giecian Princess. Orlando's dam,
Eiiiehue, was got by Higl tber; her dam by Missj Feathers,
12Ji a 14: lump, .
. 14 a lo! loaf, .
70 n ?;"; 'Snlt,
.125 n Wheat,. . .
A a o25 Whiskey, .
a;i a SrjWool, " . .
Butter. . .
AT CHER AW, (S. C.) March 10.
. . . 10 a lai'Meai, (scarce,) . cTJ a CO
17 i Molasses, . . . a '
I I a 1-lOats. . . .
rpiIOSE who are alilicted with HEAD-ACHES,
I1EA RT-BURNS, and other di stressing symp
toms of disordered stomach, bowels, and liver,'rnay
find relief in Dr. Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills,
which can be had at this Cfilce price fifty
cents per box.
The Doctor, who once resided in this place, but
now lives in Raleigh, has, after a long and exten
sive practice, been enabled to compound a most va
luable remedy for the chronic diseases of the di
gestive organs, so common in Southern climates,
especially with those who lead sedentary lives.
It would be an easy matter to make out certifi
cates to prove that these Pills are a 44 sovereign re
medy" for 44 all the ills that ilesh is heir to;" but
it is not pretended that they are an universal anti
dote. Certilioates of the most respectable Physi
cians and other gentlemen can be shown to sub
stantiate their efiicaey in the particular class of
diseases above spoken of: and the Editor of this
paper can testify that he has derived speedy and
permanent relief, in the use of them, from a most
distressing and long-continued head-ache. Some
of his friends tried them, at his suggestion, and ex
perienced the same beneficial etlects.
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but what shall enliven a stupid fellow's
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in court,' said an impatient Judge; 4 why will you
not keep silence ? Here, I have judged a dozen
hirh will accompany one into hi cups, and yet bo ! cause this morning, and hare not heard a word of
the first to blush and blab about the matter.
one of them.'
State of North Carolina:
Court of Picas and (luartvr-Scssions.
FEBRUARY TERM ISoo.
William Hall Original Attachment levied on
vs. 250 Acres of .Land, more or
Silas Rice, j less.
IT appearing, to the satisfaction of the Court,
- that the Defendant is not an inhabitant of this
State, on motion of the PlaintilF, by his Attorney,
Ordered that publication be made in the Western
Carolinian for six weeks, that the Defendant be
and appear at our next Court of Pleas and Quar
ter Sessions to be held for said County, at the
Courthouse in Salisbury, on the third Monday in
May next, to show cause, if any he has, why the
land shall not be condemned to satisfy the plain
tifT debt. JOHN GILES, Clerk.
Match 11, 1633.
6t Pr. fee $2 10.
Limon's Sister Manlen, by Matchem baitrum, a
son f Eclipse, out of a Calash Marc by Herod,
her cam, Ilersa, by .Matchem Roguius, and he by
the (.iSodolphiii Arabian, out of a Chesuut Maie
10 hands high by Alexander. Orlando's g. g. g.
grandam by Buizi, out of Rose by Swet tbriar,
and own sister to thc celebrated horse Macedonia.
Lafayctt's dam by the celebrated horse Dungan
non, he by Medley, out of a Mark Antony Mare.
WHITESTREAK was out of Fox; she is out
of the Janus and Wildair stock, descended from
thc old imported Jolly Rodger, and from the im
ported Mare, .Mary Grey. Fox was raised by
Co!. R. Walker, of Virginia, who said she was a
fine blooded mare of I he above stock of fcorses.
Whitestreak run one Race, at Danville, Virgi
nia, free for all horses, for 100 Barrels of Corn
Corn at $4 per barrel. He DISTANCED THE
FIFLD at a single heat. Mr. A. J. Davis is of
opinion that but few horses in the world can beat
him, as to speed his bottom not tried.
Whitestreak is 5 years old, and 15 hands high.
HORACE A. BURTON.
February 25, 1635. tf
Flaxseed, . .
Iron, . . .
Iar!, . . .
Mackerel, . .
2o a 4(
.145 a 15(
. 41 a r
.650 a 9(X
Salt, in srek?,
Sugar, prirre, .
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coir men, . U a lu
loaf t lump, 15a 25
Tallow, (scarce) . 12 a ( G
Teas, . . . .125 a If 0
Wheat,, . . . 5 a ICO
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C.)...
Bacon, . .
10 a 12 Iird, .
40 a 50.Mackerel,
15 a OO.Salt, in sacks,
. IS a 20
. 12 a 15
. 05 a 10H
. 13 a If
.700 a 80t
4i a b
. 11 a 12
. 35 a 4Q
.050 a U00
9 a 12
loaf clump, 16 a 25
Tallow, . . . 12 a 15
Teas, .... 10 a 12
Whiskey, . . . 40 a 45
Bacon, , . .
Beeswax, . .
Cotton, . . .
AT CAMDEN, (S.C.) March 14.
. . . 14 a OOiFlour, (N. CaroOOO a 000
75 a 001 (Cam.millsYOOO a 1000
IV) a 40ilron, . . . . 00 a 00
12 a 16! Lard, . . . . 12 a 15
14 a lOlTallow, . . . 10 a 12
75 a MWhiskev, . . . 150 a 00
30 a 50Wheat, ncv , . .100 a P2a