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1 .PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY: ASITiO'Jj &mfU AflID DSjaOl W lUAWIP'ira 3lDa2TjltfDaja-VoL 15, No. 48 Whole No. 778-
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AT TWO DOLLAIK A YEAR, SiTlSIUTHV IVOTPIf PATthllVi MiV O Ifi'l- r Tho IMInr. and 1'llljr CrnU,
irraldlnAdiai.ee. oAIjIoIJUIIi , CAUUJJAA, 3IA A laU AHrr ll,r rtplmllon of 3 monlbi.
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STA.V.AS.
7im Mr Aim rims MnniMu Vnfattnr.
I would I were the light-winged bird,
Tint enrol, on t tif lirnvy air.
When wanner hmik of joy Bri! heard,
AimJ ticiiU and tkixufL' fur!
Wliffi vr ri'Juri- lite on ewry tree,
Ami beauty bliaiuit nVr lanl aul pes.
Then ln-n llie iiMirn, to deck (In- brow,
A cliiil''l wcmen nf nihU fi li'tl,
Al puk!e on f u ll Mia in;; lii;li
Hit 1.I-III", lik iIuiiimmi '" lin.lii
I'll 'rin in ;tii I Iht wi'Ii my "ing,
The j;!i'"t lit tin- ivlie tlifnii;'.
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When 4li'iil im'41 ti-nr (tl t In- rky,
I'd Imlii mi' in tin ! i r . - I :, i t-.
Where l H llllil lllix-ailili, twilled mi Inli,
An arching shelter mi .
Willi'1 CKillllg "Ifcillll", llll' earth III llli'M,
('.inn1 gliding Inn, i llif green ri-criw.
(X I'lmlhea wrurt'il, I would fi
Tn seek Hi" l iii' lv cmiluc'. ri'll ;
TIl'TH, III lll lOIr III' IlllliTl'Kt J,
IH'iriee mi l Imh' In I' ll;
I'll n.i nl' freedom in li k i'ir,
Anl lir kIiimiI'I smile, ll.nl o4ig In hear.
An'l where lli- Iithi' ship iI'.iil'Ih'iI lir- im'H,
I f -r .tjlely rnnr-e I'll murk on hiB'h i
Tli'' o'lur, n. Iiii (iiiii-il i.n tiii'.
Shout I deem h:i h'toe w iim'Ii
I'm Ii wiii ' in all tli'il i ! i n 1 1 1 1 1,- liiiiii
Simtild bless tiir herald of llii' lilid.
New jv III'1 II' etui hour, wi'iilil linn" ;
An.) In ii tlir aiiiiiiiii rV fi l n i l,
I'll ilU' UlC Ull UJHIM,. !. rt ili,
'I'o txniH' lur l.ivir"'i iiMf
Mr ,iMi"li'il ! -.-! i in fin' V,
.Niatii iiiik u br."ht, "Ii'. mr iu Ii! II'".
rriMi'it iii k io4i una i.uu.
I! ih'uIIi lln ti!n', a Iimiii ul'clky,
I.H'k ImiU iU Vollllir,
Wlm mi i Ik- UiMily-t'iiiirtli nf May,
Ikjiwlu Lold Llt Luncur 1
'l lie Wotcrn uritliiiiaa.
BY ASIIHKL SMITH A JoSi;i'll W. HAMITON
TFKWaoF rl BI.H'ATIOX.
. 1. Tlie We-iiTn fJa;otiuin ii pu'iluhnd every 8
Ti'HiuY. irTwo iXitlarf prr annum if paid in admncc,
or TWO !.! irv" ami VS:j ' Vnts if not j'Jtd bfRw Ihf
cxpjn'.iou uf ilirj."'1 iM'n'h'.
-J. piiji-r u ill !! iiii ii'iliniii'il unlit att arffnnigfs
arc pnid, uiilff al llif ilwrctioii of tliv itura.
3. HnbucripUima will not l" r'H'i'ivpil for a lw time
tlian on yn.ir; and a liiiliin1 to imlily t ho Kditoni of a
vri'h to dweontmnr, at thf rnd of a ymrjwill be cunaf
dcivj Jt a w eiiKatfoiiA-'iit.
4. Any M'ron wh.i will ir"cnn' siv HiiliTiln'ri tn tin1
Ciirnlinuiii, mill Ukij lliu tr nililf In enlli-cl Hiid trmismit
llii'ir aiilinrriptinii-iiioiii1)' to tin1 Dil.lnis, 'mll liavoa w
jut (fratin during t lnir ruiit'iiiiance.
" fl." TT" f'ninnx in'irfitrH to thr Hthtnrt, may lTHmil
In ihm thrnuiih thr Mill, at tlicir ri.-k jtrtn "nM lhy
fifi A' arlniuch-Jumrnl of any'rttprrlnblr n rii In
jtrvvr tkitf whrh'ttnilritnrr ua rrifWirrfy wtaJe.
TKHJII" IF AUVKKTIMl.MI.
1. Advertwmontfi will b roricpiomuiHly and rnrroct
Iv iiKtertttl, at M oeuU kt iwrf for llie lirl iiiwr'.mn,
a. id 3.1J cviilK fiir I'ltch cuiiMiiiiaiii't' : tut, wImtp an ad
viTtiwnii'iit in onUirgil to jfo in only twice, ."Ml its. will
be cbarifod. luCfacU. mpfttion. If ordered for on in
aortHin only, (it will in all cases be charged.
2. I'eraonn who nesire to etiyi ji hy (ho year, will he
ccnmuiudaled by a rMaunaltlo dtMluctiou .frum the above
charges Pir traatiii-nt custom. " '
J , - TO CQKKtUONPBMfi .... :......
1. To insure prompt attention to letter aildrewod
to tlio Editors, the prrtnje irnmW in lie fwid.
Current Price of Produce, A:c.
AT SAIJSBL'RY April 22, l3o.
rtntw. . rif.
Bncon, . . . . 11 a 12 Moliuwea, . . , 50 a Wl
Brandy, apple, . 4(1 a 4"i -N.-iils, .... Ha 10
peach, . 411 i otlOata," . . . . 3.") a 4(
Butter, . . . ID a l'-UNy, .. .. 75
Cotton, in seed, . 'A Stiitr, brown, . 1(1 a 12J
clean, .11 j loaf, . . 10 a 2(1
O.ff-e, . . . . lfi a 1 :Wt, . . . 11212.j
Com. .... 45 a ft' fallow, ... 10
Fpattewn
fW r .--6(fa WW; -(biwliel) - W UMl
I KlajccJ,
KH) IWIuskey, . . . 40 a JXI
Ijiiwei.'J Cil, por gallon, lj.1 12J
AT FAYETTEVlLLE....APriI 21.
Paeon, . . .
JJrandy, peach,
apple,
Beeawax, -.
CoITee, . . .
Cotton, . . .
Corn, . , jt
-FhhmowU . rr
Flour, . . .
Fe&thera,. . .
Pt a lOTron.
4 a 4?
. 0(1 a 70 Molasses, . .
. (MHOOjNaihi, cut,. .
i9 a 20.3u.gar, brown,
. 12 a 14 lump, .
.153 a 1611 loaf, .
JMUyjOiWhUkey, . .
. 3;) a 5 Wool, . . .
. 28 a 30
. 6 a 81
. 6 a 10
. 14
. 16 a 17
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90 a 100
. 36 a 40
. 16 a 20
AT COLUMBIA, (S..C.) April 23.
Bacon, . . .
Brandy, peach,
apple,
10 a 124; Lard, . . .
75 I Molalities, . .
40 a 5rtMackerel,T7
. 11 a 124
'35 a 40
BOO a B.VI
325 a 274
, 75
9 a 12
Beeswax,
ISTlXttfertnirBaclrar-
Butter, ,
Coftee, .
Corn, .
Cotton, .
Flomx-i
18 2TJ hiishoL .
14 a 17lSuear, brown.
. 100 a 2rJ loaf tlump, 16 a 25
. 15 a mfTallow, . . . 10 a 121
.700 a WKMTeas, "7 V 00 S tm
Iron,
ITa rtAv biakeyT"
"W113"
AT CAMDEN, (S.C.) April 24. S
Bacon, . .
-Branny, peadv
-. . PPPle.
Beeawax, . .
Cotton,. . .
Corn, -'
fcatitera, . .
14 a OOjFlour, (N. Caro.)000 a (100
75 100- (Cam.milliO.WW a 1000
. 35ariIron, . ,
. la lBiUrd, ; .
154 a 1? Tallow, ..,
. 100 1 00 WWakey, i
00 a 00
12 a 15
10a 12
, 60 a 00
100121
30a50iVlicati new,.
' Ivlanflion Hotel,
Hituuiwl at ch North Corner f (! (Nwrtlnumj
MMSIM KV, .(.
'Pill SuUriUrt nmoeclfiilly inform the Public
hi t'l'iM-ml, Ihul Miry have rMniilly irclirl
and luki'ii MMwiiHi of llir almve rll kiMiii
Iilialiiiiriii. 'I'lii-y Hicin il uiimTi'Mnry l y iy
IIiiiil' in r)uarl to lint Iim-jiIioii of Ihn Ilnli'l, n ita
iniinv fonv'iiu!iiri' lire lrfily known In tlm Irt.
n lliiiK (iiililu:, or cun Imi mm'ii at a cinln new of
liie (jri iiuaca : 'J'liry llirrffurc contt'iit llietiwlrr!
wild miiiriii)( all wlm may liuvo iMrnmoii In viait
or travel through llna a' Imli of fiinlry, (Slan.
I'uwM'iicra, I'rivnli'tJi iiili iin'ii, and 1'uinilira) that
llif arriiiiiiiiixl.iliniia nl I ), M ti I if I li llnlil cailllnl
Ih! auriHiM'i h v any limikr in llua Sliilr.
U iili a wi'II ImhIi aim rll rrafu''i Iiihiw , rlr.
t'Hiil Dmiiif; and InIiii-ItiMHiia, t li an ami well.
inn-. Vi a. fiml rali-CiN.k,. all.'iil.vr and inilim-
irmoa Si'rvniila, wrll-furmalii d 'I'ubl" and liar, and
aiiarroriirtiiMlatiii Landlord, llie proprietor of the
MuiiKi'io Hotel can Willi llie grcnlrat conliilenre
iiioure to all who miiv Imnor llii'ir houac with jm
troiuir, a lnrjje amount of comfort.
To TrarllerM.
lT The (ireal Woli rn M nil-'
ai'ine, ine iini i.iih' to mi-
I'-i'li, iiinl ', i' I hi'rnw l.ni'1. nil tnp nt and rlrpiirl
In mi lln1 MANSION liTi:i, ; 11ml, huvm an
rtirntivf! ami wrure Wliililc, and (Mlern who an
1 inlii i( r 1. in ami well diw'd, trav-ller 111 privuK1
Luinnain i.a ur on lior'liu K are HM"in il tlml mif
I1.1111" will Im- Hpiirrd In lit ihnr hor-w-a for duly on:
I he roud ufler leaving thp etnhhhmril.
HKNKY W. ( OVNI'U,
Kit IURI W. I.ONt;.
Siililiiry, NnveiiilHT I "Ml. dm
prin A Siiiiinicr r:iliionw,
loll im:.
HORACE II. DEARD, Tailor,
I I lid'S lr.ii- in 1 1 1 1 1 ' r 1 1 1 Iih Irn'iwU, hihI iIm1 puliln'
111 j;riierul, that orilept 111 hit ln' will alwaya
1m1 t liriuk til i I v ri'cmnl IV hun, unil imtiMi'iI hi (lie
innsl Neut, Fuxhiniuilili1, iiml Ihiralilu nmiiiMT imi
iTMiH iim n-rtfiunlili' nit iitiv in (hi- mm timi of cotn-
Irv. II. II. I!. In im'n, from his Im priii'tice of Iim
trtlKinCks, (a numbrr of yewrv ot whicJi Iinm Im
n-mded 111 the city of IMuUilrlptiiH,) imI from tlx1
general satiHlucliou he Imn hr n'ti dure iveri to his
iium(.roia re Mpertable anil fiixhionalile ciiHtoinrrx, to
ntent aiul receive a portion, of the mtroiwe of the
public ia gcncraL: - -
OCT He flatters bim-'lf that I.U Cl'lTING ia
rtallu HuixTinr to uny done in this Slate, as may
1)0 tested bv the Tmtli"jer eJettiM-e of fit which
attends irnnin-nlM iniiile in his estaMiHhnient. He
ii in the regular neipt of the R'rN of the Fa
Nhioiii iim lli' iliiiiii,"1 Ixilli in the large cities 01
this country ami of Kiiroe so that t'CUfleinen
innv be sntisfwd tlmt tlinr mlrs will aiwHys be
t'Xi'Ciltcil in the very latest style.
Orders from 11 distance will lie attended to with
the same punctuality and cure us if the customer
were present in ixsm. -
Salisbury, April 25, 135. ly
Another AcnSupplj
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XHF, Subiwrilier hai inst returned froth New-York
4 and Philadelphia wilh a handsome asKtrUnuu.uf
JEVVKLLERV ami W Alt I IKS, and will sell ekraprr
tiiau llicy can bo ubluined in this part of the Slate;
they consist, in part, of the following, viz:
Cent leaienV Gold Si, Silver Lee"j
Ladies' Oold I i'.,r,-
-Stiver- Krrsrlishr Prencti,' ftaprrferr al Hew'
and Swiss J
fiue.tlJd Fob and Gttard. jCbaw-., ....
Fine (iold and Plated (itiard Keys;
Plated Lmtf-linked and Curb Chains;
IfmVerBirtfer-KiHvea sndTwth1lr1oT;
Silver Ever-poinletl Pencil improved ;
Fine Shell MUSIC-HOXKS;
Snjierior ICators made by, Roger and Butcher;
Fine Pen and Pocket-hnives; '
Shell, Tuck, and Side COMBS;
Fine PISTOLS and Razor Straps;
A fine assortment ot Ear-Rings, Brcabt-Pins, and
Fing-er-Ruig.
Silver Thimbb'1, Bead and leather Purses ;
Silver Spectacles and Silver Simons;
fMet'l l limns, oeais, rveys, ivey-ivnifrs, kc, o:c., vp.t
4r"fiITiTiill an3'RiTvpr"'wlliifetiiikp,n in frhanga.
for Jewellery.
Watcliea and CJocks Repaired and Warranted, and
Silver Ware made to order; nd, in lact, every article
in tlie Jewellery line is kepi constantly on hand by
John. C Palmer.
Sali8bury, April 4, 183.5. -if-
A'Stallion
FOR SALE.
(& He ia a descend
ant' of the" celebratel
imported horse 'Turk,'
watf bred in Virginia, is
ft umpi tt thia anrirnr
ani i8 first-rate sad
dle and harness horse, well-ipiitcd and gentle. He had
commenced a very goccewsful campaign in the Forks of
the Yadkin previous to his purchase by the present pro
pTOtwr,"He witt to'dtopTWd uf lJW for tasli unly-.-April
25,3i Apply al THIS OFFICE.
JOB PRITI..
.ROLINIAN having a very largo aupply of
Job Type, Cuts, A:c,
Every description of Printing will be done in tire
neatest possible style, and on the most moderate
terms. Order from a distance will be promptly
attended to, and forwarded in the safest and most
expedittoua manner.
Saliubury, February 2$, 1835.
1 ..'t.r.'. . vrrw
A Splendid
Iiino of Hacks.
FROM
KalMuiry, ('.!-.) to ItnlrUh, (YC.)
tus oncsr.irsr.D,
VNXIOI'H to alliird t-vty fm-ility to tlio Travrllinj
I'ulilir, lloW aiilMMilicr tlml tin y lnv iMiiih liid
all tlinr arrtinePiiM iiUiai'l ran wit'i truth aay, r pre- j
mil you nlk m Iaiit nf lliu kt jmtnt'ing adranlut(r
difiHtlrh harilijf ofiUinrtl llial jrt-at JtuJrrulum Willi
II r,.L..II. riwi ,1,1,1,1,1,11 tut ihr riNji. Il la ao ar-
rannl a In rorii'iil, in il armnla al IUIimjiIi, Willi
llll' ill "irlliri1 nl' llii' l"!li III!.' StJIlf'-a, lf. 'I'll'1
DniU I.iiii- In lllnki ly, N'ortli-Caroliiia. muiii,' lliroiij,1!!
hiin-liiiri.', Warri'iilm-, ami llnlifnt, n' II"' liili-r ilac
! a l.tm-ot' Slara r'Hniiiiiincal'a l'"1 l'"rliiNuli
i l(ail-K.l lor .V,rM: I,) r.,i,!,mi.iiU' on 10 inaai.-y
)mi ulnki' llie I'eler-ilMiru ltail-Kail. ami on your ar
rival at llial pla you iuc the Imli e of two Llll'
either by land to WaahinirtiMi City, via. Kit-lumKxl awl
Fnslem ik.lwrjf, or by Siisun-llaii to Norfolk. There
ik a!n a I. of Slajfea fiMii lUleiyh Ui Norfolk, via
Tarbofnuifh, MurfctwIaTiaiuh, inl'Hi, 4c, oer Hie
of llie hi .t Natural Rmdi m the l intisl Slnlea. At
Norfolk there will I- imi detention, He-re 1. a line nf
Nleam-IIiti f.r IWilliinore in conneiHSi w illi iln line.
Tina hue alicHiiietK with one frmi Kalich toNewbern
The arriaU at rWlipl.ury m rejrulaU-d alnnetlier by
I Im departure of the I'lrnliiMiit lie1 Kmlli. and the
(,rit W4.ni Ijimj lur .NiuJinDe. Teinieiwe.. 11a.
I,;nn.iinn. Rulherfordton.'Ai'hevdle, KiK.nille, Ac.
1,-nM-a S.ili.lmry Tl'KSDAYand SATI'KMW a!
0i'iT.k, A. M. after the arrival if llie I'i.iIhm.hI
Sini'e frniii the SmiiIi arriven in R'b'ii'li next iliinl
(I ..V K-t. Ir M -lnm. Kaleiirb TCKSDAY and SA
TCUDAY at 2 o'clock, A. M.. arrive. , hlJry
nett ilava br 4 o'ebrk, I. M. alloiK uiriuciil lime
on the r'.-id'f.r S I. t: I'. I' .
t 'f Thf Hirdts are Albany mrk-e, rnTirrfv ncw.mut
cannot bi- nrried for comfort and ; ihe Teaum
are encellent, the Ilrivera raniil and atlenti'e, and
llie Fire low Wy Sl'.VHS DOLLARS miei
meiliate dii.li.ncea 7 centH per male.
fttr All Bundle and Tackles at tlic risk nf the
""'ri WILLIS MORINt;,
JOSKI'II L
MOItlNU
tl
April 11, KI5.
The Fare from Itahiph to Washington City
amount lo 50, an follntri :
From Ralen'h to Blukb-y, Stare Fare, . . . !"7
HUkley to Pelrrsiiiirif, Rail-Road Fare, 3
I'eiersbiirij lo Ricliinoul, Sliiije Fare, . 1 50
Ricbinoiid Ui Frederickslmrg, Stage Fare, 5
. .lerirluburg Uj WaWiuii'ton City, Sli-am-B.nf
Fare,- - v -. - : "" ". ': fl:"
The Steam-ftat Fare from Puteraburg t" Unltimorc,
via. Norfolk, ia cheaper.
i:a:oi:s ava.ti:i.
PIIIE Suliscrilier wishes to purchiise LIKELY
-- NEtJKOKS, from ten to thirty year old, and
will iiay the jmisl hberul prices in Cash-
All who hnve H'h roiertY m-II waill do
well to cull mi lnui, or" Mr. John June, his Agent.
lie can U1 found at Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr. Jones ut .Dr. d's Hotel, in
Charlotte.
He think it- prpr to sev, that he 4 not con.
ce nu ul in business with Mr. Jumcs Huic, or wilh
anv other erson.
"'AH Tiettefs' "S'WwwH tn Trim, or Mn ivMieitj' will
Is; punctually uttended to.
I10I1ERT IH'IE.
RalUlmrv, May 21.131 tf .
fpAKES thia iiicthral of informing the Ladies
- and Geiilkawn nt Salisbury, that ,ho hns ta
kcrxa Simp a few df below M rs AV m. SlrfOghfer's
Hotel, where he can be found nt all limes, (Sun
day's excepted,) ready to wait upon all who may
ifnn'tfflitvwhtr ttwir talkw wdwvA-it,-4mm
Is'en biH a very short time since he hns been io.
sseveral of the--Nf ther n Stttes, for --the vey-x
press purpoae of completing himself in the Ten
itorial art, -he (hi Iter a himself that his work shall
be done with as much taste and in as good style
as it enn lie any where South of the Potomac.
Salisbury, Fcbrnary 21, 1,835 tf. :
Valuable Land Por Sale.
af?k THE very noted and desirable Tract of
I.-J.1S""1- t . 1." t" v;:r.i-..:.t::T.T:.-
VV sent fJ.r Xalt VorU'. will he orter
ed at Tiiblic RHleTiTiTie'CMrrthuse Tn
Salisbury, on Tuesday of next May Court: The
Suit Lick on this land was anciently visited by
great numbers. It lies on the waters of Dutch
man and Bear Creeks, "near Bear Creek Meeting
house, in Rownn County, containing 300 Acres. I
Terms will be mime Known on tne day 01 auic, anu
due attendance given by
ANDREW BEGGERLY.
'"''''SfttVersTs;''-""
TILFORD'S
Valcxvt Straw CiUcr,
THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the ex
elusive right for Making, Using, and Vending
the above valuable Machine, foY the Counties of
RaWaaJredell. and Cabarrus, offers the same to
the Farmers of those Counties aTalrerywprTCBTf
the right of making single Machine can be had
at any time. He win have a number of Machine
JAMI
JAMES COLES.
Rowan County, March 21, 1835. tf
BLANKS.
WE have on hand, and will dispose of cheap,
. L A targe Supplj of BLAjVKS,
Printed, tn the best manner, and 00 'good paper.
Orders from Clerks or other from a distance will
be promptly and carefully attended to.
UKU'RN their amcrre at kiipwleiljjeiiiiia to
flht'ir frim! anil - -" - H trtilm rlw
In 'he .Mercliuuta ami I'hvaiciiin -for the liberal
plilronnee herelof.ire belowed upon them, and
hope, by a atrict Mini con.lunt allenljon lo their
buaiiM-M, to iiM-ril a ciHitinuance of the awme.
'ITtry hurt just rerrirtj a lur it r and full Supply of
l'rrli .tlcdicineaj,
PAINTS, DYE STUFFS,
OILS, ('A NULLS, I'Lim 'SIIH,
llruthr; Intlrumrnl, and (Hatt-W'urr.
ALSO
A Ch.iice and (teneral Selection of
('iff an, Snujft, 'J'iJmm, llict, It !,
wm Sutritt,
f',
i'i V;1 i J
i- "' i'1"
Which they will he plenaei at ull limes to accom
modate Ihcir frienda ami riislouiei with, iimhi rea
a4iuable lenna aUn a holilm ihemaelvei resm.
aible fur the iualily of uny article they may m-II.
Huhabury, April li, l"M5. m
w i Ai 1 :s hoimt v aim :n vT
III'. Public arc inforoircl that the WILKKS.
A ItOltOl (ill ACAIU'.MY la entrusted to the
care of Mr. Roland Jmiea, whoae (pialificalioni a
a Teacher of the Lnlich, Latin, ami (treek lin
jrnngea, and whose moral worth arealtialid by the
moil aulisfaclory loilmiiiiiiaU.
The naliibriixia hiIiihIioii of the pUce, the cheap
nea and encellence of Itoardmp, ami the rapnet.
Iv and iiiiilil'n Hi 111111" of llie Teacher, we hoie will
induce a liberal piilrouue lo lliia ealulilialiuii-nt.
The l'irt Year of this inslilulion will com
mence thr 'imi Monday (IMA) of April.
Terms of Tuition :
Orthography, Reading, ami Writing nr. year, 10.
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I he Scieiicea. . . . . . I .
Ltllii uud tiri i k, including the above 20.
II. BROWN,
A. CARMICIIAKL,
JOHN FIN LEY,
J. VANNOY. ) Trustee.
M. CHEATHAM,
J. It. DOIMiE,
A. MITCHELL,
Apr.l 4, 1-J5, . 3m
CO" The Camden Journal will insert llie above
1 time, and acud the account to this Olltee for
payment
l-H, IlirartkCMt lu,a U--o to inform Wtm
J fricilfii and cuBtomrT,and eseeia)ly County
Merchants, and Pedlar, thai he has now on baud
a Handsome SUPPLY of Articles in bi
line of business, .made in the very best style of
.Workmanship, which he will dissie of on term
which cannot fail lo suit purchasers.
He is prepared, at all limes, to execute Orders
for Ware on short notice; and he flatter himself
that, from his k'nowlodgc or the business and de
sire to give satisfaction, his work cannot be sur
passed by any done in this section of country- At
anv rate, he only asks iMjrchascrs lo give him a
call, a few doors Northeast of the. Mansion Hutel,
on Main-Street, view his Ware, and be their owu
judges. REPAIRING of every article in his line
win 00 untie neuny, or ine snonesi nonce, anu on
uccoinmoduting terms.
OCT Old ('opjier and Pewter, and Feather la
ken in exchunge for Ware, at the market price.
Salisbury, April 18, IH35. tf
ITic Thoroiih-hrrd Voting Home
AV HIT Fi-HT UK
"llrILL Stand the ensinng Seasonal uiy Stable
' at Beutlie',8 Ford, Lincoln County, N. Caro
lina, and perform service at $10 the Season, 915
to Insure, and $5 the' Leap; 50 cents to the groom
in ench case. Particular attention will be paid
to Mares left with the Horse, hut no liability for
accidents or escapes. The Season to commence
vntht t of Sfurcks anil "rnd Yn'fkflti"of''iruTy'.
1'ED1GKB&,
Whltestreak was got by Lafayette, tie by
the imported horse Bluster, he by Orlando, a son
f VV luskwy, ami out ut a High-flier Maraaiatci
to Escaiie, by Pegasus, her dam by Squirrel; Pe
gasus was got by Eclipse, out of a Bosphorus
Mare, sister to tireeian rnncess. Orlando dam,
ETnrftmv waw got by Hrghnvie her dam by-M rat
Li liKin s Sister Marden, by Matchem Halirum, a
son of Eclipse, out of a Calash Mare by Herod,
herriamv tfersa, y Malehen Kegulu, ami lie by
thr ti odnlphrn-A ramanTrrrot- of i Cnl!BrratMBTe
16 hands high by Alexander. Orlando g. g. g.
grnudam by Burza, nut of Rose by Sweethriar,
and own sister to the celebrated horse Macedonia.
Lufavett's dam hy the celebreted horse Dungan-
non, he by Medley, nut of a Mark Antony Mare.
Will I ESTKKAK was out of fox f she ts out
of the Janus and Wildnir stock, descended from
iti old im'nnried Jolly Rodirer, and from the im
ported Mare, Mary lirey. fox wnnin8ert byj
Col. R. Walker, of Virginia, who said she waa a
"fine bJnodedmare ol Hie above atock ol horses.
Whitestreak run one Race, at Danville, Virgi
nia, free for all horses for 100 Barrels of Corn
Corn al 4 per barrel. lie DISTANCED THE
FIELD at a single heat. Mr. A. J. Davis is of
opinion that Gut few horse in the world can beat
him, a to speed his bottom not tried,
Whitestreak is 5 years old, and 15 hands high.
HORACE A. BURTON;.
February 29, 1835. tf
FTTl'l" :1
THE TIIURULUIMIUED HORSE
Iflr
RBFOHBZ,
111 LL ataud the Enmiimr Feawm at the follow.'
' ' inir place id Rowan County, vis: One third
of Ins limn at I he Stable of the MalMt'Mi Hotel, ia
Salialsirv ; One-ihird at Miskaville, and I be bal
ance of hi 1 1 iim- al Mr. (ieorjre McC-unnaiiKhey'a
Store, twelve mile Wet of Halialmry. He will
be l-4't lo mare al the reduced price of f 20 the
Season, payable on, or before I he I Aih day of Jur.e,
lMJ5, at which lime the Scaaon will eipire. The
realiit care will be la ken to prevent accidenl,
but the aulMM-nls-r will not be Ituble for any that
may happen.
March 21, 135. K. W. LONG.
di:s( p.iptio.v
REFORM is a Hark Brown, filleen hand and
one inch hih, with black leg, mane and tail ; and
conaidered, by the lieal judges of both Maryland
11m) Virginia, to imhm'km as many erssl point for a
STALLION a any HORiE IN AMERICA
(lenilrmen wishmr lo raise fine horse would do
well lo ambrace lliia opportunity, for such a borae
i raiely offer'd lo llie Public in this section of
country. 1 be billowing I'edigree, igued by one
of llie most rrapertuMe (eul!eiiian in Maryland,
i sollH teiii to warrant 1 1 10 public tlml Reform ta
of the ; nureaV blood. . .
Pedigree nml rcrformnnco.
REl'ORM wn got by Mary lander, dam by
Richmond, grandam by Ogle's Oscar, g. grandam
by Grey Dioniede, g. g. grandam by Hail a Union,
g. g. g. granilam by Ionida, g. g. g. g. grandam
by Othello, g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Gorge'
Junier, g. g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Morton'
Traveller, g. g. g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Col.
Tusker' Sel'ina, by the Godolphirt Arabian.
Marylandcr, Reform' Sire, by Rattler, Jam
Noli meTaugere, by Topgallant nut of Caitiauira,
Old Sir Archy' dam Rattler by Old Sir Archy,
dam by imported Robin Red-Breast, and full
brother of the distinguished racer Sumter, Fly
ing Childers, and Flirtilla, the victor of the ccle
btatanl AvW4, t mk fee t JQfiOO mala, ' ,
Polly Ilojilin, Jackaon, ami Iady Relief,' the'
victor of the renowned TrihV, in a tweoty mile
race7have also descended Irom theariie""niulri
ous line of ancestry.
Richmond, the aire of Reform' dam, by the
distinguished racer Ball' Florixcl, dam by Old
Dioiijede; grahilarri W?ekliaihYAIderrnan Mare," "
who produced the distinguished race horse. Tuck ,,
ah'ie, g. grnudam hy Clockfast, g. g. grandam by
Wililiur thorough bred, and from whom have
descended aome uf the mt distinguished race
horse in the country. Mr. Wickliam, of Vir
ginia, bred both Richmond and Tuckahoe.
5" The following remark are copied from
Mr J. S. tikmwer' - Sporting M agatiim J v He
(Reform) run many fine race, generally undur
disadvaaiagea a lo training and management, bot
always with credit a a fast and honest racer. Te
establish but character a a race horse, it iv only
sufficient to jnijiiJjuuxjcurtjUmlJioIwIasat-l
Ace' Diamonds, who beat him once ; that be al- -so
twice beat - TycHicus, who also beat him once.
He run a fine race at the Central Course but ...
Spr iiiga(-of J 533) heat tog fitva-- Jrwe, vif 4Uoiuaa '
bus, Wlnteloot, Moretta, and distancing Orange
Boy, who afterwards beat easily the fumed racers
Mcdoc aud Anvil." '
Orange Boy, it will he recollected, beat
Mr. Mufl's grnv mare, Betsv Sander, al Salisbu
ry, in the full of 1S32.
GEORGE 8EMMES,
13t Prince Gorgeunly, Maryland.
JState of Nortli-Ciiroliua,
ASl IK COUNTY.
Superior Court of iMiDSyiing Term, 1833.
Martin Gamml! - V
vs.
.Nancy Ciamhillf
T apeariiig, to the
Petition for a Divorce.
1
appearing, to tlie satisfaction of tlia CTourfi
tliatth..
the process of this Court, and solemn Piocla-
matiof having been publicly made at the Court
hiHise' diir, by lire Sheriff of said County, for
the d dant to appear and answer, and she har
ing fa 1 mo : It is therefore ordered by the Court.
that publication be made in the Western Carolinian
prinlMiLSuIwbu
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
Cihiiuse"
oeptemlier next, then and there to answer or de
mur to said Petition, otherwise it will be heard ex.
parte and adjudged accordingly. -
Witness, WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk of the
aid Court, at Jefferson, the 3rd Monday in March,
A. U. 1:, and in the 59th year of American
IndepuidcW WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk.
By K. Mvicbison, d. c.
Af rijABJOeagi
Pr. fee 16 78.
I'akrlVoticeT
rpiIAT, in three monthi from the date hereof,
application will be made to the President
and Directors of the State Bank of North-Caro.
lina, for the renewal of Cert'iicates for three
Shares of Stock in the said Bank, in the name o,
Eliza Conner, (now Eliza Simonton ;) said Certifi
cate having been lost ur mislaid. -r.
W M. 8. STMCXTONT7
Catawba Springs, April 25, 1833, 8m
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