. . . ,
. i -
A ?rlcndld f
, from ..... ... . ...
NXIOUS w a!td fccil.ty to th T'"',J
p.U aoi.. flt they have eo...o1rt
all rt-i. .rr.n,70UI4 rM WHS W -7 f
i.mai al lA MiA
ramrs m to en . tfA "
ths eeuertttre of U flowing Husss, vis: i n
KlVEaWto NoruVCaroU, pa-inf U"f
lUiHtz-i tut HmUki y eo"''""'". "1,T'
m tnk tie PHsrsberg .U.UsV-4; end lour M.
J,,.! have ibt choice of two W
.tW ky toad U V ub.nr C.tf,
PiwisraWg. or by BuswW to 1 Nurf ML Tom
L. .1.. . I J... Hum from Rlifti to Norfolk, fw.
TsWougn. Murftse.irujfli, rV ?,
NorfUk tWs will b M 4-iatilio", u there a line
Htssiw-Bueta IU Bsliimors to
This bo alas erswcts wit so from Ksl if to wdsts.
fi.. u .t ui,.w MulaUd aliofvtuar M
k. A Ik. Pwrfmual liM MnUlK tod th
L.s Hwl-to.7 TUESDAY a4 BATUKDAYet
a k a u arrival of lb fwwuitf
ik iUdiinM to lUtoirfc Mil iT t
0 o'lk. P. (UUirt TU WUAV m4 I MA-
.TUttDAlf at 3 e'rtcl. A. 7
j i. m p .
rtonut k n-S BfcrtiJ U-T"nf
art ttctltoal, U J)nr. wrrfU w "umui;'? r"
. .1 ,.t J.j.um 7 Mala Ml aula.
in- All BuAJlaa and pKkaf at Um rik 0 Uk
: josepii incoRiNa-
The Fart from Balrlgk to Washtngion CUn
Z, tummti U 919 60, i followt i
"IWlUJamfc toTn.lw:8ul fkw, . .' . T
BtakJer to Pator-lNirf, iUii-RavJ rara,
a4arsbarf to RmSismmI, VUg4 faw, .
" Ru-hmnod to rrojrrkkaborf, Ktira Para,
LJZZL VnAmwUtMtx to Waaftii1ua Utf 8toa.
DoktPan, ... . . ,
Tka Duaat-Buat Part from Patoraborj to BalUmora,
Via. NoHulk, to ekaapaf.
NOKT1I tMUOIJ.NA NTATIJ
X .,.ii.. ..i.ikiI in ilia luffor eixl of Imlcll
4Umyr North-t'amlma.y -oUt miinii m a
una or jipru. aua. wrumuiiai im i
iiik. I'aranU. Guardiana, aiJ friuwl f Lllora.
lura ara invilrd lo tUnnd.
Th Kiarciana will b f-commenft fur iba
Bait Bcaaiuo, tm tkr Fit Ntmdaf in Map
Term of Tuition.
( uJc,) ftr Hruion a 6J Mmthf r
Koadinir, Writing, and Arilkmniie, . 9
Lalia aud (rMk Lagir 10
TifuUK f '0'
In th Ialin (JuoWa F-Jiti"0 of Adant'a U
(in iiiiiwarj Mair'a Utm Pynlat lat Voloma
of Jr.'i Laim Reader 8i firat IUi.ka o tav
aar; Itiierdick'a, (JeorgM kt J Atl iKinU of Virgil
8wUmI 8ai4 Oraiiona in CU-ero and lloraea.
Im ili (rrrk Valpy'a (Jrammar. John and
Acta lo tha .'rwk Tcatammil. It pa in U
cob'atirwk Reader. Grwca Minora, and Hero
dirfua, Thucvdiilea, Xewflian, and leniolhenea
in Grata Majora.
Any Biudenl can hava the uae iA the above
nwaiuxwd B'ka a eilra fharu of II per
geaai'm. Good and conteiiienl Bardinjr can be
obtained, m re-pecuble hoiiliea, at from I 00 to
1 25 per week.
The very healthy and beautiful eituatkM of Pop
Ur Groa Aeademv good moral aocirty, and the
moderate price of )irding, antillea it to a abar
of the public patronage.
GEORGE T. EMERSON.
Iredell County, April li.iBW.
JW JU lUtrJU f tk HAUSB Vit Y.ALMDLM Y.
ftlL'KTII VLAM t)It KQ.
To h Ilrnwn Nl Hallli,
On Sot-rda, tit 2V dig of Aprtl,
OS TIIK POI'L'UR
" TremliuUng-Tigure Byitem.
STEVENSON At lOlNTS, MANAGERS.
rum; ( V'
1 Pritaof 7.O0O DOLLAICS la t7MH)
3,OUO DOLLARS , aOO
2,(MK) IXJLLAR8 la 2,000
liXX) IMJLLAMH ia lt,000
AOO UOLLAR4 ia 700
MU) DOLLAR ia 3.0U0
UIH) DOLLARS t. 3,600
1X DOLLARS i fl,00
50 DOLLAUS to 0,100
30 DOLLARS to 4.0K0
JO DOLLARS ia 4,100
15 DOLLARS ia 4.0VU
. 10 DOLLARS to 00,000
0 DOLLARS to S0.O00
4 DOLLARS to 24,000
lH,M3 trruM, amounting to 1180,000
APackagooflO WbotoTickda will eoai 140 00
1 iA niiMt Hraar fwtt . . 17 00
On the Pee Dee Ritcr.
A certificate tut a Package of 10 Whoto ticket
will be . .
Fur 10 Half ticket, . U W
V,.r 1 0 Uiiarler ticket. 5 75
- tir AH OroVra from a distance, by mail (pnat
paid) or by private conveyance, encbiaing tha cah
or prise-ticketa ia our previou Lotteriea, wilt re
rivm iha dm at oroinDt attention, if addreammd to
JAME8 I. LONG. Haltobury, N. C. j and an ac.
count of tha drawing will bo ferwixdcd immediate.
hr afler ita event.
(& All prinr payable in ca-h, Fortv day aAer
(be drawing, eubjocC lo t doductiou ijtftft ftr
Whoto Ticketo, 14 00
Halve, . . ? 00
Quarter, . 1 00
To be had, ia the grealeat variety of number, at
JAMES I. LONG'S Office,
(Corner of Mansion Hotel,)
SALISBURY, N. C.
April 11,1835. td
milE BuDaeribera haw I NEW' BOAT an lb
Rivar, runmnf from thia place) to and from I
Georgetown, of auch a drafl aa lo arable
)ier to oomt up it lb (oweto etaga of hJliw;.
Tbey hava now building, ia Charleston, another
Doei, of Ilia earn deanription, which will be in tha
j-law ii -
'I ha lionu will enahlo v to Freiffhl fif our
"iip cooutry TiieiiJ wall certaiuty and ocptclu
tur ratoa wili be at IpW a any Boat Ik ri
Zlter t aiwL ia adJiiloo. wa aarea la furward all tha
" g.KKli (hat eoioa by ttiui, to our caxa, FREE of
UIAKGK. 4 .
tz- C3r Our Wtxehonsei and Cotton Ehedi
are ao aiiuated as to bn entirely sal); from Urt
ho eharsw made for atonoi either Goods or Cot
ton. Wa will advance, in cah, two-third of the
Value of any kind of Produce left io our charge
for ahipment to Naw York or Charleston. -
.- - la COSTE 4 McKAY.
"Charaw7Febniarw'7,-1835. ' eoOt
(Op IN CON JJ, CORP. N. C
-LIST OF LETTERS
v- REJLUNLNO LN THE POST)mCE AT
. - , XincoInon( JV...CV':-. r-
ZIJOX TUB nttST DAY OP APRII, 1835.
Au..Ja R Anthoar, David W.- AberaathT.-SS
" R...Pml BrwWiaw, Jtmm BcbobU Dirid Brriap
. tr, Kphraiu) Ulack, WUIuun ButefWa.) Uw itoil,
Juha fiavlua, David R. Bumkk.
C.-Miohl Cmik, Umirj Cauble 3.) Martin Car-
- fenter, vvulnm r. tMiru, JkCfltt Uitqof, KoCerl Uuh
o-r. Jainea CUrxnaa. Catharino Club. .
w . D.-Henry R, Parv.Solon J)yUuiTacucaI)B,
tAna P. Eudaly. . '
. FHiiuab Fox, John O R Ford-ft) William Fu
It'ownlef (2.) Sank Fronetoffger, Jeremiah Triyaen,
Foard & Gardner. ,
GMartin Orwom, William Gilliland. Andrew Git
hart. Nincv Gilliam. -
lL..Jcoh tietmt; Mtt'IIuina, Pinkney Ilnnder.
eoo (m John Hoy I, John u iieiirhtman, Joha tluber,
Jut-n liiitum. Major Hull, Jacob ileklennan, Isra Hub-
. bard. , . i -r-v .
J..,!Ienry Johnaoo, William Johnson, Georn Ikurd.
KAbm, Killtan. Jacob KUlianCi.) WUliani KJ
Jiao, Elder & T. Kirby, 8imon Killian, George Kiaer.
L.. John W. Long, Ubtrre Ionard, Suaannah Len
hardt, Awlrajre lnnce, John K. Lewk.- s r '
IT .Tlioma- M.alJurn-lV:KarniarEIIfiii:
llolfit, Mahela Martin, Joseph Morria. , .
N.Gorpe C. Nichols, MaOliew Neagle, Robt Neel,
Jnmt T. Norwood - " "
'P...Sh Frtee, hmm L. Pgrtin,"Marah Privtt,
TIIOTIAJ 8. IIE."DCUSO..
RESPECTFULLT bega leava to inform hi
friaoda iDd tb public in general, that ha hu
1 now-w b employ several fr$t rvte trorkmtn'i
ana mat a lull ouu cm wioiue can do conipieiea
in hi ealabli.tiroent at-rtitstitnein thlrt-ix
hOHm' notice?. - H receive regwlarly tla
fashions from lb Northara cities at tbey change,
land Halter himaelf.thalhia Culling i superior to
Hy eunw in toia secuti i mwnij.
. AU orders from a distance will be promHly at
felided io and failbfullyjeiec ulc"-iri.Z "i" '
Concord. N. C, March 2, 1835. 4w
R.Dvid RamaMir, JaMb RudiaiU, Jodeath RobWS)
Georg Reinlwrdt, F. M. Reinhaptk - - ------
a..Rohnrt Smith, Cuddion Bmith, E.' L7 6hufnrd,
Philip Sillora, Bartlett Sliipp, Thuma SmiOj, Hugh
pimtt, David Huraniw, Michal Bhiwman, Eli Smyer.
i-JUlwm bV 1 orrenea, omw A.-- i ofrewoet"
WJuaeph Wilaon. Maxwell Warlick. David Wsn
- fic, David WhetsUn Conrad Weaver, Jaeob Wlaa. .
U U JlWiUUWO.N, I', Mr-
April 11, 1835.
VAloaLle Mnd ForSaler
. THE err noted and desirable Tract ofi
i . Land; which Contain a moat valuable I
l- aeat fr Salt Vorkn, will he ofler.
' ' ed at Public Sale, at the Courthouse in
palisbury, on Tuttdajf of next May Court. The
fait Lick on thia land waa anciently. visited by
wild beasta, and U now visited by cattle, dec., in
great numbera. It lies on tha waters of Dulch
man and Bear Creeks, near Bear Creek Meeting
house, in Rowan County. Term will be made
Renown on the day of Snle, ami due attendance gi
Ypn by ANPUEW, BEGGERLY.
JIan h 29, 1933, , tmct .
WILKCSIIOUO' ACA DI1M Y.
THE Public arw inforaied that the WILKES
BOROUGH ACADEMY to entreated to the
f are of Mr. Roland Jones, whoae qualificetione
a Teacher of the Englwb, Latin, and Greek Lan-guage-,end
whoae moral worth are attested bjr the
most Mtiabctory testimonials
The aalubriou ailuation of the place, the cheap
ness and excellence oTltoerding, and the capecl.
ly and qualilkatioiia of the Teacher, we hope will
induce a liberal patronage to this establishment.
The First Year nf ikto iostitution.will-.com.
mence on tit 2 Momdaj (Wk of April.
Terms of Tuition : ,
Orthography, Reading, and Writing pr. year, ilO.
Latin and Greek, including the above 20.
JOHN FIN LEY.
J. VANNOY, Trustees.
' M. CHEATHAM,
J. R. DODGE,
April 4, 1835. 3m
01" The Camden Journal will insert the above
4 time, and send the account to thia Office for
- State of North Ca rolioa :
Court of Pleat and QuarUr-Seuiont,
.FEBRUARY TERM 1835.
LIST OF LKTTKKS.
r REMALNLVa IN THE POST OFFICE AT"
-ON-TIIB FIRST DA YrQf-APRIlr 183A--
R..Htephi Rrinkley,- Mrs, Rllihga,
Emfieorg Everkartt Itichael Eaater. - -
1 H-Kliiabeth HedricWilliiPi lUrdcn.
I.,.Etixabeth Ingram, . " ?
- J-.Wiiabeth J. Johium, WnrJsmtVThoa, Jones,
A K. William Kiodley. s
; L..Nithniel Unier, Frederick Lewi.
N...Daniel Noe, William Northeni.
RMicbaeL Redwine, Peter-Ritoy, William Raogh.
a William Scarlet, Benjamin Saundera, Tboma R.
Sean, Sarah Scott, Jacob Bowers. :
T.Amo Tucker, Stephen Terry.
-jai Yorr:5O.0UN3AVILLE, PrM."'
April 11, 135, w8t--'-
i , "n!Th m r W'"'- r"v.t,Tmnfi Subiiriber wishes to, purchase LIKELY
r EG ROESTT6nTTeOiOMlft V VeaJt Mdnnd
M, . - . f In" L .
win pay me most uoerm p rio m tasn.
All who have auch orooertv to sell would do
well to caltonliim, or.Mr. John JtAtes, hi Agent.
II can be fimod at Mr. Blaueliter' Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr, Jones at Pr, BovdV Hotel, in
Charlotte. -- ..j.. "
Ha thinks it prones to mjr that he is not eon-
cerned In JmwSim;! witlj. Mr, James ((uie, or with
any other person. - :
fee punctually attended to. , s 4 , i
BaligburyvMay 4r1 34."
X llVi) FOU SAIJE.
r THE SPRSCRIBER Oilbre for Bale
V J 300 Ac rrs"r Jand
A- " in the Fork of the Yadkin, Rowan Co.
AmiHig other advnUga which it haa, it to well
supplied with good water, and ia convenient. to se
veral never-failing Mills. For further particulars
apply to William F Kelly, at Hlocksville.
Rowan, Counyt Feb, 29, 135. ' gm
WMtbMiiM j vnginat AHaehnmnt levied ee
vs. V 250 Acre .of Laud, more or
rSilsi Rice." y " toss. " -
IT" appearing, .to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the Defendant ia not an inhabitant of (hit
Slate, oo root ion of the PUiotiiT, by his Attorney,
Ordered that publication be made in the Western
Carolinian for aix weeks, (hat the Defendant be
and appear at our next Court of Pleaa and Quar
ter Sessions to be held for said County, at the
Court house in Saliaburv, on the third Mondav in
May next, to ahow eauseVjf any he haa, why the
land ahall not be condemned to satisfy tbe plain
tufa debUlL i JOHN GILES, Clerk.
March 14, 1835. - - - 6t Pn fee 2 16.
rf-AsiircouNTY3"'-: " "
Superior Court of La Spring Term, 1835.
TLM-iua UamUitt-l "
va. Petition for a Divorce.
Nancy Garobill, j
TT appearinsr, to the satisfaction of the Court.
A- that thS' Drfeixtiinl ia 'mil wilkin tka. M.k ,.rl
" " ....... . iu awi, vi
the process of. I his. Court, and solemn Prods-
- . 1 ' t " - -a t- ' . . I
mauos) nsywg -oeea- puMwiy maoe nt the Court,
htarse domv'by -the Sheriff f aid County, for
the defendant to appear and answer, and she hav
ing Tailed It i therefore ordered by the Court,
that publication be made in the Western Carolinian
printed at Salisbury, and the Raleigh Star, for three
months, calling upon the said Nancy Gambill to
appear at the next Superior Court of Law, to be
held for the County of Ashe aforesaid, at the
Courthouse in Jefferson on the third M or day of
September next, then and. there to answer or de
mur to said Petition, otherwise it will be heard ex
perts and adjudged accordingly.
Witness, WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk of the
said Court3 Jftflertoo, the 3rd Monday m Metrh,
A."D,. 1S5, and in the 59th year of American
liidcpndeoce. WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk.
. . By R. 41 v acti Mo !, d. c.
THE TnOUOlCII-BUED IIOIthE
AV. .. 7
WILL atand tbe Enauing Seaaon at the follow.
" ' ing placee in Rowan County, vi One-third
of hi lime at the Siabl ol the Mansion Hotel, in
k.i;.ii.i Ikiawihiril at Mockvilto. and the bal
ance of hi lime at Mr. George McCunnaughay'a
Store, twelve miles West of Baiiauury. ne win
be Let lo mares at the reduced price of 9'i0 the
Season, payable on, or bfie the 15th day of Jure,
135, at which time tha Sreaon will expire. The
greatest care will be aken to prevent accirtVnls,
but the subscriber will not be liable for any that
March 21, 1835. R. W. LONG.
REFORM ia a Dark Brown, fifWn hand and
one inch high, with black legs, mane and tail j and
considered, by the beat judge of toMli Maryland
and Virginia, to posaea aa many go-id poiiil for a
STALLION a any JIORSE IN AMERICA.
Gentlemen wishing to raise fine horses would do
tn ambrmce this nooortunilv. Pr such a horse
is raiely offiired to the Public' in thi ection of
country. The following I'edigree, igneo oy one
of the ovwt reapeclable Gentleman in Maryland,
is sufficient lo wsrraut the public ibat Reform ia
of the purest blood.
Pedigree and Performance.
REFORM waa got by Mary lander, dam by
Richmond, grandam by Ogle' Osrsr. g- gramlam
by Grey Diomedo, g. g. grandam by Hall's Union,
'. g. g. grandam by Leooidss, g. g. g- g. grandam
y Othello, g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Gorges
Jumper, g- g. g. g. g- g- grtxdam by Morton'
Travelhir, g. g. g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Col.
Tanker's Selima, by the Godolphin Arabian.
Marylandsr, Reform's Sire, by Ratilur, dam
Nidi nieTangererby TopgsIIanrout of Castiaiiira,
Old Sir Archy's dam Rattler by Old Sir Archy,
dam by imported Robin- Red-Breaet, and full
brother of the distinguished racars Sumtsr, Ply
ing Cbildcrs, and Flirtilla, the victor of the cele
brated Ariel, in a match for t'JO.OOO s side.
Polly Hopkins, Jackson, and Lady RHief, the
victor of the renowned Trifle, in a twenty mile
race, have also descended from the same illustri
ous line of ancestry.
Richmond, tbe aire of Reform's dam, by the
distinguished racer Balls Floriael, dam by Old
Diomede, grandam Wickham's Alderman Mare,
who produced the distinguished race horse Tuck
ahoe, g. grandam by Clock fant, g. g. grandam by
Wildair thorough-bred, and from whom have
descended some of the moat distinguished rare
horsee in the country. Mr. Wickham, of Vir
ginia, bred both Richmond and Tuckabon.
ftO Tbe following remarks are copied from
Mr. J. 8. Skinner' 8porting Magazine : " He
(Reform) run many fine racea, generally under
diaadvantigea as to training and management, ;bul
alwaya with credit aa a fast and honest racer. To
eatablisn but character as a race horse, it ia only
sufficient to remind our readers that he twice beat
Ace of Diamonds, who beat biutooce ; that he u!
so twice beat Tychicua, who also boat him once.
He run a fine race at the Central Course last
Spring (of ltt-13) beating fine horses, viz, Colum
bus, Whitefoot, Floretta, and distancing Orange
Boy, who afterwards beat easily the famed racer
Medoe and AnviL!1
Qr Orange Boy, it will be recollected,, beat
Mr. Mull' gray mare, Betsv Sandora, at Salisbu
ry, in the fall of 1832.
1 3t Prince George County t M a ry land.
The Thorough-bred Young Home
. X. eVAttttlCli,
TAKES thia method of informing the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Salisbury, that he ha ta
ken a Shop a few doors below Mr, W,m, Slaughter's
HoteX where he can be found at all times, (Sun
day's excepted,) ready to wait upon all who may
honor him with their calls or orders. .. At it haa
been but a very short time since he ha been in
press purpose oTcompteling himseirio the Ton,
sttrtoi art, he flatter himself that his work shall
be done with aa much tAte and in aa good stylv
aa it can be any where South of the Potomao.
Salisbury, February 21, 1835 tf.
IN -conaequeace of the late very inclement we,
"ther having retarded the proirresa of training'
. av . i.i...
the two nags, thelWatch Race, for 400, between,
the celebrated mare Black Dutchess, and the tho.
rough-bred horse Uwharie, It Postpontd until
Thursday, the Tlh day of May next, t which,
iuie it will positively take place. , .
THE JOCKEY CLUB.
WI LL Stand JhejnAiins;miLalrny.St.tibJ
. at Beattie'a Ford, Lincoln County, N. Caro
lina, and perform aervice at $10 the Season, $15
to Insure, and $5 the Leap; 50 cenla to the groom
in each case. Particular attention will be paid
to Mare left with the Horse, but no liability for
accidents or escape. Tbe Season to commence
on tk 1st of Martk, and end on the 1st of July.
- Whittrek"ws got by Lemyetterne by
the imported horse Bluster, he by Orlando, a aon
of Whisker, and but of a Hieh-flier Mare, lister
to Escape, by Peirasui. her dam br 8ouirret i Pei
'jSwai irolqr iTipsV out ofi Bosnhorua
MarersiBter toGrecian Prrressr-)r1ano8TnTr
bmeline, was got by Highflier; her dam by Miss
LTmonV Sister Ma rden, by Matchem Saltrum, a
son of Eclipse, out of a Calash Mare by Herod,
her dam, Heraa, by Matchem Regulus, and he by
the Godolphin Arabian, out of a phesnut Mare
10 nahds high by Alexander. Orlando 'a g. g g.
grandam. by Burzav out of Rose by Sweetbriar,
and owtf aiter to tbe celebrated horse Macedonia,
Lafayett's dam hy the celebrated horse Jpungan-t?Iie-ly"MeIey7
WIllltaTKEAK wa.outof Fox .hew out
of the Janus and Wildair stock, defended from
tbe old imported Jolly Rodger, and from the im
ported Mare, Mary Grey. Fox was raised by
Col. R, Walker, of Virginia, who- said she was a
fine blooded mare of the above stock of horses.
Whitestreak iron one Race, at Danville, Virgi.
nia, free for all horses, for 100 Barrels of Corn
Cftrn at $4 per barrel.! IIeI)I3TANCED THE
FIELD at a ainele heat. ., Mr. ATJTDavis is nf
opinion that but few horses in the world can beat
him, aa to speed hi bottom not tried, . "
Whitestreak ia 5 years old, and 15 hand high.
- ' HORACE A. BURTON.
--February 1 S35 -t- tf-
Hituatod at the North Corner v( tU Cvurtjivu-e
H A LI MI I H V. Xt'. V.
rTHE Subribers rpertfully inform the Public
in general, that they hava recently purthawd
snd uken piMMeaaion of the above wsll kaowa IU.
blishinent. Tbey diem it unnecessary lo aay anyt
thing in regard to tit location of ike Hotel, as ita
many conveniences are already known to the Ira
veiling public, or can be seen at a single view of
the premise t They therefore content themselves
with assuring all who may have occaaion to visit
or travel through thi section of country, (Stage
Passengers, Private Gentlemen, end Families) that
the accommodations at the Mansion Hotel cannot
be surpassed by any house in thia Slate.
With a well-built and well-arranged house, el. J
ganl Dining and lyidging.Rooma, clean and well,
aired lied, first-rale Cooks, attentive and indus
trious Servants, well furnished Table and Bar, and
an accommodating Landlord, the proprietor of the
Manaiun llHl can with the greatest confidence
insure to all who may honor their bouse with pa
tronage, a Urge amount of comfort.
03" The Great Western Mail
Line, the Direct Line lo Ra-
toigh, and the (-'he raw Ine, all atop at snd drpnrt J
froi.:ihe MANSION HOTEL; snd, having an '
exiensive and secure Stable, snd Ostlera who are
iixlustrMius and well disiMiawl, iravrller in private '
couveyaucea or on boraeback are assured that no
pains will be apared to fit their horses for duty on
the road after leaving the establishment.
HENRY W. CONNER, '
RICHARD W. LONG.
Salisbury, November 8, 134. 6 in
Tall 1:2:73?. rAoarcro-
HORACE IL BEARD, Tailor,
I EGS leave to inform his frictula, snd the public
--in general, insi ororr in his line will slas
lie thankfully received byliim, and executed in the
4imm( Neat, r ashiisiable, and jhirable manner hhi !
erms a rrasonable as any in this Mx-timi it com. J
try. II. II. I). hMw, from his long practire of his
busineiM, (a number of years of which time he
rcsidod in ttic city of Philadelphia,) aiwl from the
general satiHfucliiKi he lias heretofore given to hi
nu(iK-rHi reptc(alle and fasliiuuable custwmens lo .
merit ami rwceivri a portion of iIm pstrunage of the
puMic in grwral. fj
OCT He flatters himaf-lf that his CUTTING ia
really superior to any done in thia Slate, as ihh y
be tested by the uiMiiHtMitod ehtanre of fit wln. ii
attend gmrmont made in his eMlalJiiihiiieiit. He
is in llie regular receipt of the Reports of the Fa
shiiMia as they change both in the large citiiw
thi country and of F-unij so that gi'ntlenii-u
may be sutiidied that their orders will always be
executed in the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will he attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the iuMomkt
were prem-nt in pemon.
Kilinlairy, Muy 17, 134. ly .
m:( li WITIIVH
AnllAjN, sceptic, VVUs.
'T'HOSE wlio are afflicted with 1 1 EA D-ACI I ES, . -
HEART-BURNS,aiHl other diHtrevHing yni-
toms of disordered tonch, bowels, and liver, ntay
find relief in Dr. BckilhV Anti.Iv) rrtic Pills.f
which can be had at thia Office price fifty
cents per box.
The IXicfor, who once resided in this pliice, Uil
now lives iu Ualeih, has, after a long, sod ex ten-
sive practice, been enabled to compound a iiiost va
luable reiiily lor the chnsuc diseases of the di
gi'Htive nrgaim, so fnmmnn in Smlhern climates,.
enj)ecially with thoMe who lead aedetiiary lives.
It -would be- en easy matter to make out eertifi-
cates to prove that the? Pills are a "sovereign re
medy" for "all tho ills that flesh js heir to ;w but
it is not pretended that they are an universal anti
dole..: Jfcrtifir(i of tSu nMmt respectable Phyt
Alalia Btul niltv n...t t Innlnn n n Kj. n (i . ...... . .. . . . . I. U .
vmii" I '-iiih III. II .nil IHT siiiinu III pun- w il
slantiate their efficacy iu the oartieular cUnw of -4
i- -i- i . - .v. .. - . . - - i
aineaes sisive MKen ot : ami tlie fxlitor ot this
taiercan tostify that Ac has derived speeily and
iwrmaiient relief, in the use of them, from a most
djstrtu"ijiii and loiuj-oiutiuued head-ache. Some-
nf his friends tried the.in, at his suifgeHtion, and ex- f
ewnced the same beneficial eftects, - " f ,
Current Prices of Protiuee, Vc.
AT SAUSBURY April !5,18;.
Bacon, . . .
Cotton, in seed,
Coffee, , , .
Corn, ". . ,
Feathers, , .
Flour, i . .
11 a 12 Molasses,
40 a 45jNails, .
40 a 50 Data, .
10 a 124 Rye,
50 a 00
35 a 40
10 a V1
3 ' ISiiirnr, hrovvn.
.11 Inaf 1H
. 10 a IRRolt, . . . 112 a $Q)
. 45 a 5 ITallow, ... 10 v
. 80 a :WTobacco, ... H a 20,
.550 a flOOlWheat, (Imshen 80 a ltift
t f riipatTw. ... tu x yv-
Linseed Oil, per gallon, $1 12
Coffee, . . .
Cotton,. . .
Corn, . . . .
Flour, . . .
Hi a 1C Iron
a iMo1wes, , , ;
50 a 60 Nails, cut, . . .
18 a 19;!
15 a 1(U
80 I 851!
I Sugar, brown,
,SalL . . ' .'
. 33a85(Wool, 4
" OT a m
0 a 01
8 a 10
80 a 40
16 a 20
TZ 1 ATCBp,(a;c.i,AMi:
TSmtiZZZZZZIZia a l21,Lard, .... 11 a 12
Jlrsndyr poach, . 75 Molasses, . . . 35 a 4
PP,e'' - 4" SrtMackerel. .000 a 000
. laa-WSalt, in sacks, J225a275
. Wi2fl bnsbel, . , 75
. 14 a 10 Sugar, brown, . 9 a 12
.100 a 12 J Ioaf&,lump,16a25
.15 a 17 Tallow, . . 10 a 124
.700 a 800Teaa, .. . . .(WaOOO
. 41 a 5 Whiskey, . . . 40 a 43
AT CAMDEN, (agfrAnrfr
o w I
Beeswax. . .......
Cotton, , ...... .
Corn, , . , .
Feathers, . .
14 a 00!
35 a 40
-30 a 00,
Flour, (N. Caro.1000 a 000
(Cm.mills).0OO a 1000
15 a 17lTallow.
Wwat, new, .
00 a 00
12 a 15
10 a 12
.100 a 12 J-
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