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PUIJLISHE!) EVERY SATURDAY: ASJiaiBi SJmlt AIIID IPOI W lOilSnSIf IPUi 2222111) Vol. 15, No. 49 Whole No.
5r Tu o I?oIIars asul FifiXy Cent,
Alter Hie expiration of t mouth.
AT TIVO IiOL.iL A A Tli
Sri'niil in Advance.
SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA, It! AY 1), 1835.
T2se Vtirrn t'aroliiuan.
BY AS! I DEL SMITH &, JOSEPH V. HAMPTON
ti:i:ms or m iilication.
T'lO W. n
or Two i .oars
ox ration ,:' tlir-
2. N : i' r w:.
(.in-,!n,ari is nuM
- ' r annum
C 'TV Sa-
:: : i :m v.i::":
i ii Le!o:'e tne
i i'iirv Cents if not
h.; discontinued unt.il nil arrearages
art; l;i! un
Sub.?cri;-io:is .v:il n
ss at tl.e discretion Vf the Editors.
!i in ot.e v f i r
!i to d:.-eo:,ts:i:i
lie-eu a- a new en
1 a fii'ur-- to notdV t!
i' en i m!
r a '.' time
i Miter "i" a
;il Li- c.nisi-
1. Anv person v':!''.viii
r: to .,'.
-n'-erib-Ts to the
!.' i tr irt-i iit
Salisbury, Korth Carolina,
(Situated on Main Street, a f.w dour c.ltnc thc build
iii,r for an rl y ornij.it d as tie Hrttiuh of the
State I'm k of yirth Carolina.)
I5y A. HAC-LI?;
IITIIO informs his Friends, and the Public ge
' ik rally, that he lias lately purchased of W.
II. Slaughter, L-qr., the Buddings, iVf
&lriii A: Summer Z'ashion1
HORACE II. BEARD, Tailcr,
" K(iS leave to intWm his 1 ieii'1 . v 1 the public
FfeKTl'UN their sincere aeknovle(ltreniei!ts to
their friemls ancl cutoaers particularly
to the M:erehaiits and l'hyM-.-iaas for the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed u;on them, and
iera!. that or-.'v-rs m iiis In.
wiii alw i s hope, by a stric t and constant attention to their
he thaiikfullv reeirtved by him, and executed in the
most Neat, Fashionable, and Durable manner on
erms as reasonable as anv in this section of coun
try. II. II. 1. Ijoim's, from his lou practice of his
I t I .... - t. .. 1 I. 1 . 1 . . . I I . .1 1 , 1 -in.l i l.ii.im.v in 1 1 1 1 1 x r nt vi':ir it vv 1 1 w li linic I u ! '?t'i',..7r H
...1. I, I .., I. ".I... .,,,.. r.f "OI-D rrsnW in tlin ritv f Philadeh.hia A and froii. tin; ' 1 1 i'! : ; OIL,b, LAM)LL&,
li'i ' I I I I , ' ' ' " ' I ' i 'J HiV I - - - - ... - " - - - i j ' " i ; ' .I,,! (f-
business, to merit a continuance of the satne.
Tiny have just rtccivtd a lurc and full Si'pidy of
PAINTS, DYE STUFFS,
tiieir .-uVcriVioa-monev to l.i: r. !:toi, .mhIi l.ave u pa
per irritis ibirintr their cor.ti.'riiir.c-:-.
.". J' rsniis in U '' d io t.'it- I'.di!
ihrm through lit
firs, ni'f 1 rr.isimt
Mill, at their ri.-k una i hd thnj
"t tht lirli,l":rlrdsr il'il' of a II 'J T' 'S ; 'ft ' !, j fs'ht lit
j,rui e that sut'i muillaurr was rt irnhiry nude.
T K T ! S f)F ADVr.KTISI SC..
1 .t vert'eiiirits "A'ill be consiirtioMS! v" and c rrect-
iv inserteii, i;t oO crt:its p.-r. juar
tjr the iir-t in.-eriii.i.
rv.A ce:'.ts tor ;.cfi ctvituiu-Tnce : tut, uire a a a..
v. .rti-eiiipal is or len-.l to lTo la oalv twice, ;")() ets. will
h i ca tr'M.(i iir each in
rt:o;i. li en-ered tor one ni-
i will in all cai-.-s he charired.
J. 1'ers.i as v. !io ue.-lre Vt eirj'aL'e by the year, will be
aeconi Ut-d by a r' asoriable dciluctiun Iroia tl:e uuove
ciiari-s ''.'r tran.-.ient cij-tora.
1 To in, I, re Tiro!ii!t at "ia to Let'em a.'drr--;d
to !',. 'i r. t:,,. ivit-i'r:. !; ,(! ia ail eaes be ni'ul
r iii: ivo.rietors ,f T.-i;; . i:s'n:iiN" ca-
ROLINIAX liavi:; a very I. ir-e supply oi
livery f!eseri;tion of I'ri'ifin will be done in the
iicate-t possible? style, and on the most moderate
t'-rms. OniiTs from a distance will be prompt!
attended to, and forwarded ia the safest and most
Salisbury, February SH, loo.
b - j . a . i U . .a.
V.'F have on hatid, and viii di-pose of e!ieap,
A Lare Supply of BLANXS,
Printed in tl;' best manner, and on 151 md paper.
Orders fioui (.'b-iks or olh rs from a distance will
le p oneitlv an 1 carefully atte.t.i -d to.
lie is now prepared to accommodate Hoarders
and Travellers. The location is convenient to the
business of the pla.ee, aial still sutliciently retired
to m ike it pleasant. The hue is conveniently
arranged for the accommodation of families, or
single persons, either as regular or transient boar
ders. Clean and well-aired beds, honest and oblig
ing servants, well furnished Table and liar, first
rati; Cooks, a full Crainery, and an Ostler to attend
to his spacious and well constructed Stables, whose
character for attention and care Tn the manage
ment of Horses, is unijnpeached. The Landlord
will do all in his power to rive general satisfac
tion to all who will be kind enough to patronize his .
establishment. The friends of his predecessor, ho
hopes, will extend to him their patronage, as he
will devote the whole of his time to promote the
well management of his concern.
CT Stane Passengers are informed, that the
Great Northern and Southern Line of Stages
the .Merchant's Line Peck Wellford Contract
ors, arrive at and depart from the Salisbury II-
j ted tri-weekly. Seats secured m all other Stages
eaving Salisbury. i. A. IIA'il.'n.
Salisbury N. C., May 2, 1:!. it'
Assollier At'u Supply
general satisfaction he has heretofore given to In I 'jRuSlfi Urusfs Inslrume7ttst and Gluts-Ware.
numerous respectable and fashionable customers, to ALSO
lii'iiilv ' v S'i A Choice and General Selection of
Ij'jiiij! ' Cgrs, Snuffs, Tobacco, Rice, Wines,
v4ii and Spirits,
Which they will be pleased at all times to accom
modate their friemls and customers w ith, upon rea
sonable terms always holding themselves respon
sible for the quality of any article they may sell.
Salisbury, April l, livio. m
merit and receive a portion of the patronage of the
public in general.
izj He' Hatters himself that his CUTTING is
really superior to any done in this State, as may
Ik? tested bv the undisputed elegance of lit w Inch
attends irarments made in his establishment. He
is in the regular receipt of the Reports of the Fa
shions as they change both in the large cities ox
this country and of Lurope so that gentlemen
may be satisfied that their orders will always be
executed in the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will be attended to w ith
the same; punctuality and care as if the cu.-tomer
were present in person.
Salisbury, April lS3o. ly
-Kiiiporiniii of Fashion.
V..' " v - 1 i Mrs. S. D. Pendleton,
r. -x ,
U-Rn ,eYVe, VVs.
r!H)SF, who are afflict-.! with TII'AD-ACHFS,
v.N.,a?n! i thT -.Ii-ti'
- n -p-
t tus of disordered stoma, h, bov.e. s, and Iiv-t, may
f'nd relief in Dr. P.eckw ith's Anti-I);' f :: lV,
which can be had at this Oiflcc price ffty
cents per box.
Tin- I) etor, who onee re-i 1 1 ii: this p'ace, but
now lives i:i Ilaleinh, w, atn-r a ie.ag a!id exten
sive practice, been enabled to comp- -uiid a iao-t v i-
I!-' Subscriber ha? just returned frovn New-York j
and Philadelphia with a handsome asortiaent of
JEWELLERY and WATCHES, and will sell chnij r
than liiev 'an be obtained io this o:irt of the State;
they consist, in part, of the f .'lowing, viz:
Gentlemen's Gold Silver Lever 1
Silver English, French, La pine,
Fine Gold Fob and Guard Chains;
Fine Gold an Plated Guard Keys;
Plated In:r-i hiked and (i.r; lions;
Silver Iiiitter-Knivos and 'i'.-uh Pad s;
Silver Ev er-ooinied Pencils improved ;
Fee; Shell MIJSIC-IJOXES ;
Superior Paors ma le by Roger ar.d IJatcher ;
Fi.ie Pell aild P.K ket-Kl es ;
S'i;.il, Turk, ar-i S.ie COM US;
Fine PISTOLS an. I Razor Straps;
A fine .i.v-rt!.-i..-:it ot Ear-Rings, lrea-t-Pins, and
Silver Thimbb s R.-el and Leath'T Parses;
ana So1, i r S; oot ;
s, lv v-, Kev-Riiers, ivc, &c., &c.
II is just rccrired from Xcw-York the Latest
Spring and Summer Facliicns
K M II U A C 1 N G
LADIES" MORS I MS, DIMSC, AND EYEX-
rilAKLS this method of informing the Ladies
-- and Gentlemen of Salisbury, that he has ta
ken a Shop a few doors below Mr. Win. Slaughter's
Hotel, where he can be found at all times, (Sun
day's excepted,) ready to wait upon all who may
honor him w ith their calls or orders. As it has
been but a very short time since he has been in
several of the, Northern States, for the very ex
press purpose of completing himself in the Toil'
sorial art, he llatters himself that his work shall
be done with as much taste and in as good style
as it can be anv where South of the Potomac.
Salisbury, February 21, lso." tf.
rpilE Public are informed that the AVILKFS
" UOROLGH ACADEMY is entrusted to the
care of Mr. Roland Jones, whose qualifications as
a Teacher of the English, Latin, and Greek Lan
guages, and v hose moral worth nVfclce b the
most satisfactory testimonials.
The salubrious situation of the place, the cheap
ness and excellence of Boarding, and the capaci
ty and qualifications of the Teacher, we hope will
induce a liberal patronage to this establishment.
The First Year of this institution will com
mence on the nd Jlotuhiy (lo7) of April.
Terms of Tuition :
Orthography, Reading, and Writing pr. year, 810.
The Sciences, . . . . . 15.
Latin and Greek, including the above 20.
JOHN FIN LEY,
J. VANNOY, Trustees.
J. R. DODGE,
April 4, 1S35. 3m
THE THOROUGH-BRED HORSE
ioaDi. ; rem
!v fr t!i ; cbroaie 'i--e.-vs of
e est ive orgu::. so comm :i in .ut.ieni c
is,e i:;!iv wir!i tins'.
rates to prove that these Pill
e an easy matter to maue out crtili-
are a 'sovereign to
ne iv tor "a!i the i:h tuat !i - u is le-irto; tm
it is not pretend. (! that they are an movers d anti
dote. Certificates of the m-t p portable Physi
cians an 1 oilier gentlemen can be shown to ub
st ri; ate t!r-ir e iicaey in tie- particular class of
ii - vises above -ookr-n .f : and the Editor ;f this
piper o t i testify that he has ,'erivd speeily and
p 'rin i neat r liej', in the use of then:, from y most
fli-f ressiag and long-ceit: ,u d le a 1-arhe. Souk?
of Ins frien Is tried theio, at his suggestion, and ex
peri mrv d the sanie beneficial cts.
Sih-burv, June 11. 1-3!. tf
S iiVer S;iet:t..c-,.
Si--! Cha:i:s, S.
ft y ( M l Go. i an i
Yatfl.es and ("tor
i ta!a n ia exchange
DIES' CAPES, CAPS, EOWETS, c, yc.
She Hatters herself that, from a knowledge of her
business acquired in ten ears, and having made
arrangements with one of the most fashionable
Millinery Establishments in the City of New York,
to supply her regularly with the latest fashions,
she w ill be enabled to have her Millinery made ui
ti a Superior Style, ami on the most reasonable
Mrs. P. respectfully invites the Ladies of Salis
bury, ami the adjoining country, to call and exa
mine, and assures them she will sell every article
in her line on accommodating terms. She is pre
pared for Cleaning and Pressing Tuscan, Leghorn,
and Straw Bonnets in the Northern Style.
Specimens of her work, both in I Ires-sing and
Making of Bonnets, and Dresses, may be seen at
her Shop Sign of the GREEN BONNET, two
doors above Messrs Wheeler ar.d Burns' Apothe
cary and Drug Store, where all orders will be
thankfully received and punctually attended to.
N. B. Mrs. P. always keeps an assortment of
m lac jev.eiiv.-ry i.ne is
Salisbury, April 1, V
rvire.l and V;:mnt. d, nrul
made to i rd.-r: and, in fact, every article
ept eon-taut. y on liainl ly
.Zahzi V.. I'almer.
AT SALISIU i-Y May i, IS!
C.-T-e, . . .
C.i'!i. . . .
Feathers, . .
Fiix-ce.I, . .
11 a I J M. ';-( s, . .
ltla Nai;.-, . . .
It) a .' : ):!, . . .
I0al2iiiy . . .
:i Miliar, ?rov!i,
11 loaf, .
Pi a 1 S-i'r. . .
-Io a Tal'.-ev,
.U a 33T"'-.-!ceo. .
. Id a 12.'.
. If! a '-JO
112 a l 'Jo
rIIAT, in three months from tin? date hereof,
application will be made to the President
and Directors of the State Bank of North-Carolina,
for the renewal of Certificates for three
Shares of Stork in the said Bank, in the name of
Eb.a Conner, (now Eliza Simotitou :) said Certifi
cates leaving been lost or mi-laid.
WM. S. SIM ONTO N.
Catawba Springs, Apr. I 2-", Ir-:j.". 3ui
St m vert or Stolen.
ON the night of the 11th instant.
from the subscriber, living on Waxhaw
Creeu, .Mecklenburg county, Aorta
Carolina, a Bay Mare, four years
old this Spring, between 14 and 15 hands high,
from the footlock to the hoof of one hind leg white,
with one or two black spots. No other marks re
collected. Said mare was got from a gentleman
residue' not far from StatesviIIe. Whoever will
take up said mare and bring her to the subscriber
or give information so that he can get her shall be
Waxhaw, Mecklenburg Co., May 2, 1S35.
Slate of Nort.h-Carolinn;
Stpcrior Court of Laic Sj)rinif Ttrm, 1S35.
vs. Petition for a Divorce.
Nancy Gatnbill, )
IT appearing, to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the Defendant is not within the reach of
the process of this Court, and solemn Procla
mation having been publicly made at the Court
house door, bv the fchen'd ot said County, tor
A57ILL stand the Ensuing Ser.son at ti c fo'!ow
ing places in Rowan County, viz: Ore tliiid
of his lime at the Stable of ike Mission
Salisbury; One-third at Mocksvilie.
. . u-ru V " '
1-ashionaMe Kibbons on band, and can supply, on i thc (lefolljant to appear and answer, and she hav
reasonable terms, tlioe wliu may wisn faiitHI : It is therefore orderc
April 11, 1535.
in-.v i Orr)
-TY day of April last, TVO SO
t"j ?'V Mares; one three years old
AJSj&HsJtLm !.. ;.!.,.
j'i 111 f IIMHO j III
. PHI V
Linsocd Od, jer grillo::, n! 12
(busli'd) 1 a loll
v, . . . 45 a 50
i o lee, . ; .
Cotton, . . .
AT FA Y ETT F. V I L L E. . . . A p r i 1 2S.
st n 111 froii.
(fi a TO Mobis.-es, . . .
. 50 a (JO Nails, cut, . . .
1!) a 20 Sugar, brown,
. 12JL all " lump, . .
. H a 17i loaf, . .
. s0 a " Salt
.100 a 11") WLept,. . . .
.500 a 55o Wiiiskcv, . . .
a 35 Wool,
4 a 4
2!) a 31
0 a i
- a 10
If. a 17
W a 100
Hi a 40
10 a 20
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C.) April 30.
Bacon, . .
Butter, . . .
Collee, . . .
Corn, . . .
Cotton, . . .
Flour, . . .
Iron, . . .
1! a 12
. 10 a 12 F Lard, . . ,
75 j. Molasses, . ,
. 40 a 5(;Mat .kerel, . ,
. 15 a 00Salt, in sacks,
. lr a 25 bushel, ,
. 11 a 17,Su7ar, b.rown,
. KM) a 2-" loaf & lump. 10 a 25
. 11a 1'Tallow, . . . 10 a 12i
.700 a Oo'Tea? 0i a 000
. 4 a 5 Yhiskev, . . . 40 a 13
. 35 a 40
.MH) a 50
0 a 12
Beeswax, . .
Cotton, ... .
Corn, . . .
Feathers, . .
AT CAMDEN. (S.CA May 2.
, 14 a OO Flour, (N. Caro.)0 O a 000
75 a 00 (Cani.nmls).OOO a 1000
35 a 40. Iron 00 a 00
12 a 10 Lard, .... 12 a 15
Hi a I-1 Tallow, ... 10 a 12
100 a 121 Wh skev. . . . "0 a 00
30 a 0 Wheat, "nev , . .100 a 12J
FROM the Subscriber, on the 21st
day of April last, Two Sorrell
in tier lace, anu very inicii m ine anu i.ui ;
her two hind feet are white, and perhaps one of
her fore feet, ai d has no shoes on. She was late
ly brought from Kentucky; and it is probable she
is either trying to get back again, or is lost some
where in the settlement. 1 will give a reward of
THREE DOLLARS to any person who will take
her up and deliver her to ni' in Rowan County,
two miles above Chamber's Ferry.
The other is a colt, only one year old, with a
while spot in her forehead. I will give TWO
DOLLARS to any person who will take her up
and deliver her to me, or send me word, as above.
WILLIAM S BUTNER.
Rowan County, May 2, 1S35. tf
Five Cents Howard.
TO AN AWAY from the Subscriber, on the first
day of February last, an Apprentice Boy na
med Seno Whitney. I frwa"rn all persons
from harboring or trailing with said Whitney ; and
any person who will return him to me shall re
ceive the above reward.
Eavesville, Lincoln Co., May 2, H35. 2t
El. ISirrKlirad begs leave to inform his
friends and customers, and especially County
Merchants, and Pedlars, that he has now on hand
a Handsome SUPPLY of Articles in his
line of business, made in the verv best style of
Workman-hip, w hich he will dispose of on terms
which cannot fail to suit purchasers.
lie is prepared, at all times, to execute Orders
for Ware on short notice; and he llatters himself
that, from his knowledge of 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 purchasers to give him a
call, a' few doors Northeast of the Mansion Hotel,
on Main .Street, view his Ware, and be their own
judges. REPAIRING of every article in his line
will be done neatly, on the shortest notice, and on
(jT Old Copper ami Pewter, and Feathers ta
ken in exchange for Ware, at the market price.
Salisbury, April 18, 1?35. tf
'IIHfi Subscriber wishes to purchase LIKELY
V 1 1 1 ( I'S. from ton lotliirt- -vi rs it. ! mid
' ' w
will pay the most liberal prices in Cash.
All who have such property to sell would do
well to call on him, or Mr. John Jones, his Agent.
He can le found at Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr. Jones at Dr. Boyd's Hotel, in
He thinks it proper to sav, that he is not con-
red bv the Court,
that publication be. made in the Western Carolinian
printed r.t Salisbury, ami the Raleigh Star, for three
months, calling upon the said Nancy Gatnbill to
appear at the next Superior Court of Law, to be
held for the County of Ashe aforesaid, at the
Courthouse in Jelferson 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
parte and adjudged accordingly.
Witness, WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk of the
said Court, at Jelferson, the 3rd .Monday in March,
A. D. 135, and in the 59th vear of American
Independence. WILLIAM BAKER, Clerk.
By 11. Mukciiisox, d. c.
April 4, 1635. 13t Pr. fee SO 75.
The Thorough-bred Voting ISorsc
II. W 1 - &T r IMS
T7ILL Stand the ensuing Season at my Stable
nt Rentiin's Ford. Lincoln Countv. N. Caro
lina, and perform service at 810 the Season, 815
to Insure, and 85 the Leap; 50 cents to the groom
in each case. Particular attention will be paid
to Mares left with the Horse, but no liability for
accidents or escapes. The Season to commence
on thc 1st of March, and end on the 1st if July.
Wllitestreak was got by Lafayette, he by
the imported horse Bluster, he by Orlando, a son
of Whiskey, and out of a Ilighdlier .Mate, sister
to Escape, by Pegasus, her dam by Squirrel ; Pe
gasus was got by Eclipse, out of a Bosphorus
Mare, sister to Grecian Princess. Orlando's dam,
Emeline, was got by Ilightlier; her dam by Miss
Limon's Sister Marden, by Matcbem SaUrum, a
son of Eelinse. out of a Calash Mare by Herod,
cerneii m business wim ir. James lime, or won - jier ,;;im? Horsa, by Matcheni Regulus, and he bv
ance of his time at Mr. George MeCotuaiughcy 'a
Store, twelve miles West of Salisbury. He will
be Let to mares at the redact d price of $20 the
Season, payable on, or before the 15;h day of Jttr.c,
135, at w hieh time the Season will expiie. The
greatest care will be taken to prevent accidcel?,
but the subscriber will not be liable for toy il.at
March 21, 1S35. R. W. LONG.
REFORM is a Daik Brown, fifteen hands and
one inch high, with black legs, mane and tail ; and
considered, by the best judges of both Maryland
and Virginia, to possess as manv good points for a
STALLION as any HORSE L AMERICA.
Gentlemen wishing to raise fine hoists would do
well to ambrace this opportunity, for such a horse
is raiely o fie red to the Public in this section of
country. The following Pedigree, signed by one
of the most respectable Gentleman in Maryland,
is sufficient to warrant the public that Reform is
of the purest blood.
Pedigree and Performance.
REFORM was got by Marylander, dam by
Richmond, grandum by Ogle's Oscar, g. grsndam
bv Grey Diomede, g. g. granuam bv Hall's union,
g- g. g. grandam bv Leonidas, g. g. g. g. grandam
by Othello, g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Gorge's
Jumper, g. g. g. g. g. g. grandam oy Morton s
Traveller, g. g. g. g. g. g. g. grandam by Col.
Lasher's Selima, by the Godolphin Arabian.
Marylander, Refortn's Sire, bv Rattler, dam
Noli me Tangere, bv Topgallant out of Castianira,
Old Sir Archy's dam Rattler by Old Sir Archy,
dam by imported Robin Red-Breast, and full
brother of the distinguished racers Sumter, Fly
ing Childers, and rlirtilla, the victor of the cele
brated Ariel, in a match for 820,000 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 Florizel, dam by Old
Diomede, grandam Wickham's Alderman Mare,
who produced the distinguished race horse Tuck
ahoe, g. grandam by Clockfiist, g. g. grandam by
Wildair thorough-bred, 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.
OT The following remarks are copied from
Mr. J. S. Skinner's Sporting Magazine :
anv ottier person.
All Letters addressed to him, or Mr. Jones, will
le punctually attended to.
Salisbury, May 21, 1-31. tf
Valuable Laml For Sale.
C7 He is a descend
ant of the celebrated
ini'.xtrted horse 'Turk,'
was bred in Virginia, is
(i vears old this spring,
and is a first-rate sad-'
die and harness horse, wcll-gaited and gentle
commenced a very successful campaign in the Forks of
the Yadkin previous to h:s purrh-ise by the present pro
prietor, lie will be disposed ot low tor cash only
THE verv noted and desirable Tract of
.JvV- i i ...i .:i. ; ..t..i.i.
-y-r . i-ioii, wtouo ti'iiiauia ti inosi vu.uuuiv;
WI seat 1'r a' Work, will be offer
. r cd at Public. Sale, at the Courthouse in
Salisbury, on Tuesday of next May Court. The
Salt Lick on this land was anciently visited by
wild beasts, and is now visited by cattle, occ, in
great numbers. It lies on the waters of Dutch
man and Bear Creeks, near Bear Creek Meeting
house, in Rowan County, containing Acres
April 2-j. 3i
Apply vt THIS OFFICE.
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March 2S, 1S35. trnc
the (iixlolphin Arabian, out of a Chesnut Mare
10 hands high by Alexander. Orlando's g. g. g.
grandam by Burzi, out of Rose by Sweetbriar,
and own sister to the celebrated horse Macedonia.
Lafayett's dam by the celebrated horse Dungan
non, he by Medley, out of a Mark Antony Mare.
Will TESTREAX was out of Fox; she is out
of the Janus and Wildair stock, descended from
the old imported Jolly Rodger, and from the im
ported Mare, Mary Grey. Fox t raised by
Col. R. Walker, of Virginia, who said she was a
tine blooded mare of the above stock of horses.
Whitestreak run one Race, at Danville, Virgi
nia, free for all horses, for 100 Barrel? f Corn
Corn at 8 1 per barrel. He DISTANCED THE
FIELD 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 vears old, and 15 hands high.
HORACE A. BURTON7
February 2?, 1635. tf
(Reform) run many fine races, generally under
disadvantages as to training and management, tut
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, w ho beat him once ; that lie al
so twice beat Tychicus, who also beat him once.
He run a fine race at the Central Course last
Spring (of 1S33) beating fine horses, viz. Colum
bus, Whitefoot, Floretla, and distancing Orange
Boy, who afterwards beat easily the famed racers
Medoc and Anvil."
(jr Orange Boy, it w ill be recollected, bet
Mr. Moll's grav mare, Betsy Sanders, at Salisbu
ry, in the fall of 132.
GEORGE S EM MBS,
13t Prince George County, Maryland.
rjpiTE SUBSCRIBER having purchased ihc ex
elusive right for Making, Using, and Vei.ding
the above valuable Machine, for the Counties cf
Rowan, Iredell, and Cabairus, t fie is the same to
the Farmers of those Counties at a very low price ;
the right of making single Machines can bo had
at any time. lie w ill have a number of Machines
made in a verv sLort time for sale.
Rowan Countv, March 21, 135. tf