PUBLISHED EVERY .SATURDAY MORNING Aj21D2IIL HIIlJI AlTID 31J1 r$7; lOAHl ID DH EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
Number 13, of Volume 1G ;
SALISBURY, IVOUTII CAROLINA, AUGUST 29, 1835.
JA. JaJj U A
The Western C'ai'oHsiiaas.
BY A SI I DEL SMITH & JOSEPH V. HAMPTON
Trims of rrni.irATioN.
1. The Western Carolinian is published every Sa
ti kovy, at Two Dollars per annum if paid in advanee,
or Two JMlirs and Fifty Cents if not paid before tl,e
expiration of three month;.
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are ptid, unless at tl.e discretion of the E iitors.
3. Subscriptions will not be received f r a less time
thin one year; and a f.iilure to notify the I Motors ol" a
wi-,ti to discontinue, at tlo mil of a yar, will be consi
dered as a new engagement.
-1. Anv person wno will procure six subscribers to lite
Carolinian, and take the trouble to collect an 1 transmit
their subscription-money to tbe Editors, s-iiall have a pi
per gratis during their continuance.
f. jT" Persons hi 'It 'did to the El't'rs,muy transmit
to thrm through the Mail, at their rik prodded liny
get the ackniaeledg'.tient of any r: spectablc ja rson to
2' rove that such remittance tens regularly ata.le.
tkrms ok ivki:titn;.
1. Advertisements will be conspicuously and correct
ly ins rte 1, at .") cents per square tor the first insertion,
ari l 33 ce:tts for etch continuance: but. wh-re an ad
vertisement is ordered to eo in only twice. .10 cts. will
bo charnl f r ei'-li insertion. It ordered for one in
sertion oniv, fsl will in all cases tie cnuryeu.
EciziQ of S3asks,
S:al2"iuy, (IV. () to SSaSriIs, (. C.)
'2. Persons who -..esi
re to entree bv the year, will be
accornrno dated bv a reasonable deduction from tneajovc
charges for transient custom.
1. To innre prompt attention to Letters addressed
to the E iitors. the jota?e should in nil cases be paid.
VXXIOUS to ailbrd every facility to the Travelling
Public, now announce that they have completed
all their arrangements and can with truth say. We jirc
st nt yon icith a Line of Hacks possessing advantages
oct r any othtr, if yon wish to get on irith ease ami
despatch having obtained that great di sidi nttvm with
all Travellers no di tt n'.ion on the road. It is w ar
ranged as to correspond, in its arrivals at Raleigh, with
tbe departure of the following Stages, viz: Tlie (Ireat
Daily Line to Eiikely, North-Carolina, pissing through
IJouisburr, Warrenton, and Halifax; at the latter pi ice
a Lino of Stages communicates with the Portsmouth
Rail-Road fr Norfolk: by continuing on to IJlakley,
you strike the I'eteMiurif It.nl-Ro id ; anl on your ar
rival at tint place you have the choice uf two Lines
either l,v land to Washington City, ia. Uichmnd and
Fredcrickburr, or by Steam-15-nt to Xorfik. Tie're
is also a Line of Slaves from Rileiirh to Norfolk, via.
Tarixirouh, Murfreesljorouh, Wintoii, &.C., over one
of the best Natural Roads in the United States. At
Norfolk then' will be no detention, as there is a line of
Sie.un-JJotts f .r Baltimore in connexion with this line,
-a . r. i i , v
... A. - V W mm
TIIH Pronrictf rs of T II F. V E ST E II X
Z CA HO LI MAX would nvi-rcM jllv inform
theCh-rksof Courts, Sheriiis, Constables, und y-- v-.
s otlier evntlemen of business, that they have -a
now on Land, printed in a Hiperior Myle.on the
very best quility of piper, a lare tuppiy ot
Of utmost every Description,
Which the" will sell on very moderate terms.
To those who become regular customers ;ret
all their lSIinks of us i very considerable
'tl reduction will be made from our regular nre.
Any Blanks that we may not have on band,
u'" be printed to or-.!er on very short notice.
Orders from a distance will meet with prompt
uttention; and Blanks put up and forwarded
; in the sifesf and most expeditious manner.
They would likewise inform Merchants and
others, that, having an assortment of I'anct
Jab Type, (us, 5ir , which is probably nn-
,v Mtrpasseii bv anv in the State, they are prepi
' ref" to execute all kinds of BOOIv and JOB
-x I'ltlXTIXvi in a lira superior style. Such as
i ?e;A.f, I'amphh ts, ( 'irrultirs, Cards, J la d-
- Salisbury- Hotels
5Ti'IK Subscriber informs the Public, that he
has purcliused tlie above mentioned establish
ment of William II. Slaughter, in whose hands it
has been Iom and advantajreottslv knt wn as a
-house o f i : x t i : u r a i x m e x r-
Ile flutters himself that, by care and dilligeut at
tention, he shall be able to keep up the? former en
viable reputation of this House.
65 i Taldc
1 Minn hrt well sunnlied with lhr lect thnt n ntenti.
ful market can afford.
' i Is furnislied with the choicest foreign and domes-
j tic Jnpiors. His Rooms are larjre and commodi-
J ,,,,s Beds and bedding are at all times par-
: ticulark neat, clean, ami comfortable, and war-
DAVID L. I'OOL,
2 X ' "t Iter an much detsts.
Sie.irn-Botts f.r Biltnnore in connexion vv it!t this line. ., ' r.i,. ?
,, . ,. , . , nit. v,. i v .. Hills, I,,ilul$, 1 1 tn If ills, lor Stages, c. ClC.
Tins line a so connects withonelrotn Ralijh toXevv btrn. i ; ... '. ' . , X
,,,, . . . .. . , ,..-, k,, v i All orders executed with despatch. :
l he arrivals at ahsburv is regulated alioiretuer bv v r i i o- i '
the .lepirtureof the Piedmont Line So.ith, and the oalisimry, June
(Jrent Western Line for Nashville, Tennessee, via. 4ttltlfl
Lincolnton, Ratherfor.iton, Asheville, Knoxv ille, &c. ! ' ' ' v '
His Servants are honest.
fait did, and obliiu. His Stables are inferior to
'I I none always well supplied with old drain, and
attended to 1 l.iithfui Ostlers. He invites the
travelling community to call ooceybr his sake, am!
lie di iihts not but that they will call urain for their
rpiIOSE who are afflicted with HEAP-ACHES,
-- HEART-BURNS, and other distressing snip
tonis of disordered stmnach, bowels, and liver, may
li.id relief in Dr. Bi-ckwith's Ant i-DysjH-ptic Ihils,
w hich can be had at this Olfice price fifty
cents per box.
The I)(jctor, who once resided in this place, hut
now lives in Raleigh, has, after a long an 1 exten
sive practice, lieen enabled to comjHiuud a most va
luable remedy tor the chronic diseases of the di
getive organs, so common in Southern climates,
especially with those who lead sedentary lives.
It would bo an ea ;y matter to make out certifi
cates to prove that these Pills are a "sovereign re
medy 4or "all the illsthat do-di is hVarto ; nut
it is not pretended that h'aVe j dorsal anti
dote. Certih tes of tfV "most ix. .rab'.t; Pin si
ciatis and other r:fnt!emeoJran le. iwn to s ih
bantiate hejr eihearv in Jtie particular class of
diseases above sjKiken iof :nd the Editor of this
paper can testify tint he h:ts derived speedy jt:id
iM?rmanent relief, in the usdiof them, frrn ; t j
fi- . : i i m i i . T...
iii rtui" iiu'i e i lUHyui uiuv i ii . u -I'll' ir . in i
ot his frienns mm ...T i v 1
p? r.encen tlie sauie tieneneiai fii ris.
S ilislnry, .Line I I, 1-JL tf
& W K
f WISH to purchase TWENTY or TWENTY
- FIVE X E(J ROES, for which I will give li
beral prices in Cah.
Persons having such projirty for sale would
do well to give me a call, either in person cr by
rt,.r. Anv cointuimteation, r.d.lre-'sed to me at
Salisbury, N. C, will meet witli prompt attention.
.T ine 27, r. ff
leaves tbe Mansion Hotel, Salisburv.Tl 'ESDAY and
SATURDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M. after tbe arrival of
the Piedmont Stage from the South arrives in Raleigh
next days at 9 o'clock, P. M. Leaves RilcLdi TUES
DAY and SATURDAY at '2 o'clock, A. M., arrives in
Salisbury next days by 1 o'clock, P. M. allowing suf
ficient time on the r(ad for V L J E I' .
t5r The Hacks are Albany make, entirely new, and
cannot be surpassed for comfort and ease; the Teams
are excellent, the Drivers car fid and attentive, and
the Fare low only .NLTJ.Y DOLLARS all inter
mediate distances 7 cent- p -r mde.
jJm Passenr,irs from the Smut'i who wish to take
our Line will be caryful to enter to Salisbury only.
C7 All Bandies and Packages at the risk of the
ownerg- WILLIS MORIXC,
April 11, 1-35.
JOSEPH L. MORIXC1.
St on Ciftj
The Ftfzfrfn:R:tfTfd' h fif its'; ins
,-- amour's to -SIO ' -K ci 'follows :
Prnm Raleigh to B',ak'ev. ffe I'.ireV . . i
B! tkley to P.rforJ, WIi R.il.R .. TFare,
I'et -rshiirir to R:c'r ....id, Sta:e rs .
Rich nond to Erederfkinr"'. Slip"'-Ir,re,
For. ern kinfr to Wa.-uinv n City, oiea i:
B it Fa re, f . - J '
The S'-am-B nf TVc o--'rf Jtef.i:rg Bait:
via. X'orfik, is lliur tidlur
- Ei2p);'i;iisa l'ai:ioii.
To Sta:jr IaMeiip:riM :
I he Si a ops no the m.-.m North-
''SiLn anl Southern Line, c.-ii-
' '-. ducted li Peck and ellford,
Has Just reet
ami known as the derchant s Line, arrive at and
jdep m from this Hotel on eve, v Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, 1 iiuisday, and twice on SaHniiay.
OCT" This is to correct an impression which has
been produced abroad, that ano:Jn r Hotel in this
rillage is the Stage-ho. se for this Line. Seats
in all other Stages, arriving at or departing from
this place, can be secuted here.
Salisbury , August 13, I tf
prin :u2d Jiiimccr B'aSiioii,
Ciia'reial SVk'fj &rodme,
AT .SALISBURY August 2G, 1SV
7i tttr, .
Cotton, in seed,
Coffee, . . .
Corn, . . .
Feathers, . .
1 lour, ...
1 laxi-eed, .
Linseed Oil, per gallon, .1 l'-ij
AT TAYETTEVILLE. August
rent. , Citt.
. 11 a l'J Molasses, . . . -r
. 4'. a lo Xails a PI
. p.? a revolts 2'ia :in
. 10 a VI, Rye T"
. 4 !Su ar, brown, . 10 a Vl
.11 j loaf, . . 1 a -'0
. 10 a 1 Salt, ... Il l V
f T.illow, . . . 10
. P,0 a I'obacco, ... Sat
6,0 a 700 Wbr at, (bushel) M) c I' D
. !- jWJiiskev, . . . IX) a VA
B'icoii 0 a 11 Iron, . . . 1 J a "
Brandy, p-?ach, . (Ml a 7i' Moln-si s, . . . a 'Si
apple, . ."0 a 00 Xails. ciit, . . 7
Bee.vax, . . '21 a "S2 Sugar, I n -w n, . 0 a 11
Coffee,. .- . . 1'Jnl-lV lump,. . lo
Cotton, .... !0 a 17 loaf, . . 10 a 17
Corn, .... OOaO-JSalt )
Flaxseed, . . lJ)a -Wheat H-
Flour, . . . .GOO a 70" Whi.skw, . . . 30 a
Kathers, . . . o a 'Wool, ". . . . 10 a IS
Mrs. S. D. rcnfllcton,
.id from Xew-Yn k the Latest
i Oil 1 s.t .
E M ti Ii A C I C.
Mouwi.xa. Disisa, a.d eyex-
LAD I Ely" CAPES. CAPS, ;OA WETS, c, .Jr.
She Batters herself that, from a knowl. d-c ..f her IIOKACPI II. B2ARD, Tailor,
I ki s i ftTs k i i i c d in ten years, and having made - 7"?E(.iS ieuve to inform his friends, and the public
arran;M'iiieiit!H ith one of the most fa-htonahle in eneral, that orders in his line will alwavs
Millt'iei;. EsTubSishmoiits nr-the Cit of New York, be thankful! v received by him, and executed in the
to supply hy regulailv wifli latent fashions, m .st Neat, Fashionable, and Durable manner on
she. wili be eoained lo have her Milliucrv made- up erms as rets onable as anv in this section of com
in a superior Si le, aud on the most reasotiable trv. II. H. IJ. hopes, from his long practice of his
t 'rios. business, (a number of years of which time he
'..'f. P. rcsoeetfo'dy invites the Ladies of Salts-, resiled in the citv of Philadelphia,) and from the
burv, and the adjoining country, to S 1 ami exa- general satisfaction he has heretofore given to his
mine, and assjie them she will sell every artic le ! numerous resectable and fashionable customers, to
ui herjiue on accoitimodafiug lenn.-. She is pre-; merit and receive a portion of tlie patronage of the
pned f.f Cieaniii". ai.d 1 ressm I u -can, Leghorn,, public in general.
I CT He flatters himself that his CUTTING is
r3lIE Lectures in this institution will no ru-j (-Yo:'W!i',i.M!..rr ' n',,n m lJHS!hig and really superior to any done in this State, as may
med on lti? tlnril .Motuiay in teioner imm,
and continue, as usual, .six months. The Lerluies
will he ib. livered by
L. A. HUG AS, .M."l).,on Anatomy and Physiolo
g. PAUL F. EYE, M. I)., on the Principles an-
Practice of Sure'rv.
A. CUNNINGHAM". M. I)., on the Principles
nod Practice of Medicine.
JOSEPH A. EYE, M. I., on Therapeutics and
M. ANTONY, M. D., n Obstetrics and the Dis
eases of Woiiu n and L fants.
L. I). FORD, M. D., on Chemisfry and Phar
The Tctiu? are
Matriculation Ticket, to he taken once, $ CO
Tickets, for the Full Course, . . . l0 0O
Tickets for Practical Anatomy, once only, 10 on
Dioloma Fee 10 00
JOHN W. WILD, President.
L. D. Foun, S. cretary Board of Trustees.
August i, Ga., Jul v 1, l'lo. p 10
lii'dical t-eilet" i 4eri:i. and Straw B ..nncis in tlie XortluMii Stvle.
and Dru Store, where all orders will be sdiioii-
tiniuktully received and punctually attended to.
N. B. Mrs. p. alwavs k-i-ps an assortment of
'ishionabh Ribbons on hand, and can supply, on
tea-, .nalee terms, those who may wish Bonnets
if April 11, 1:V.
C;s Yov Negroes.
r'HE Stibscril:r desirous of purchasing a larire
number of LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES,
from ten to twentv years of age, for which he will
at all time ive the highest prices in Cash.
Persons having such propetty to St II, would do
to call on him, at S.ili.-bury, or on Mr. John
AT CIIERAW, (S. C.) August 10, lroV.
Bacon 8 a 10 Xails and Biads, .
j lees wax,
Corn, . . .
tTix-seed, . .
Feathers, . .
Iron, . . .
i a 10
1U a Hi
13 a If! do. lump.
17 a l!h do. loaf, . . 10 a 17
N" a Salt, jr sack, .2o0 a '27."
100 a V-'o": ih-fc b'ishel, . 70 a 7"
7-"0 a sr,(('i',,tt.in Biiring,. 1 a o0
etK) a HH, 'Male Rope, . . X'J a 1:5
, IHarjWheaf, ... K
1 a i j Wool 21
. CM a ! 'I Whiskey, . . . 4i) a 47
RATES OF EXCIIAXGE
wt the Merchant's Hank of S. Carolina, at Cheraw :
Checks on Xew York, . A per cent, prein.
do. Charleston, . per cent, prttn.
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C,).
Beeswax, . .
Uutter, . . .
Co.:ee, . . .
Cotton, . . .
Flour, . .
. 10 a 121 Lard, . . .
7" I. Vol asses, . ,
. 40 a oO Mackerel, . .
1" a 10 Salt, in sacks,
. a bushel, ,
10 a tSuirar, brown.
. 70 a !s7.' loaf & lump. 1T a '2t i
. l-r a l.'. Tallow. . . . 10al-J
.blT a (KMi'Teas, . . . . CO a VS
. CI a 5? 'Whisker. . . . 40 a 43
An uus t 15.
. W . . 10 a 2l
, . . . 40 a AT,
7lMk a 05"
27." a :5K
, 10 a P,i
Jones, his aireut at Charlotte.
At anv time, wl.en he may lie absent. Col. II.
W. Loio', will lie f iiind at the Mansion Hotel, in
Salisbury-, prepared to make pun liases
All letters addresseil to linn tr fus ALrent, Mr.
John Jones, will meet with prompt attention.
June -Joth If ROBERT HUIE.
Ienjaiisill FralrV respectfully informs his
Fiiends ami the Public at large, that lie still
. - . . OJ 1 1 . . , Ilitw'mncc it, 'ill
Continues in iiinv "i i - i.io 'iio; u.-niv.- ..t ....
its various branches, in the Town of Salisbury, on
Maiu-stieet, a few doors East of lhe Courthouse,
adjoining tbe Storehouse of. Wm. Murphy, where
he is prepared to make all kinds of Clothing in a
ei v sunerior st le in the most fashionable stxle,
and warranted to fit w II, and on veiy moderate
terms, at short notice. All Orders from a dis
tance will most faithfully attended to according
to order. Produce will be. received in payment
Bein" Aent f r some of he most Fashionable
Tailorsif Xew York and Pniiadelphia, he would
take a plea-ure in teaching, or giving instruction
to any Tailors wishing instruction in the art of
Ctiltin": and any one wishing the New York and
Philadelphia I ashions, can receive them ly gi
v i n rr timely notice to Benjamin Fraley, Salisbury
7'. Li tters tiostaire paid.
.1Ul,nrv. June 13. lb.'lo t f
,e,- shop-Sigi, of the GRi:i: X U()NNKT71wi Wmo
loor above Messrs heeler and Burns' Ap the- is in the regular receipt of the Reports of "the Fa
pt of the Reports
as tliey Oi.u. I tl in the bir.ro rMtie ii
'IO carrv into eff ct a D ! of Trust from Wil-
this country and of Eurorie so thatgeunv,..
mav be satisfied that their orders will always be
executed in the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will be attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the customer
wen' present in person.
Salisbury, May i), 135. 1 y.
Mocksville, August 14, 1635.
liaui P. Sto ktoii to the subscriber, dated tbe
lth of August. 1-31. I u ill exo to Public Sale,
-i - ii-.. l .. .. it... nil .1.... C V W 1 1 1 dim nril I!r...m nU n. im ru isi n it the Till Rri.
on ne pren s.. on i t ant suau, tut via iny ' ...-" - t r-
Sei-tembir 1-35 ade of Not th Carolina Militia will parade at
' .. im.. f I... l..l :
- ', g-tr V ft "VTl t lie i r several viusier unnuius, anm-u anu equip-
E a K.- I iry i as law (lirer,s for inspecti,,,, and Review,
C()NTAJMN(i HiO AC'ilRS. ! as follows: The lU Regiment, it. Davidson, on
lvim; on me mam roan iroin csausour m o.ir-
The Reviews will commence at each place at
12 o'clock. Bv Order of
JAMES COOK, Brig. Gen.
tm Mimford McKexzie, Aid de Camp.
41, OL.i fllt R f tli I?fkriiii-vt)t iti r?ii in
l.-tte: II. '. .ce havu:g l.rs, known as a I ubltc 0. tUn aA, or. tu
, - . r. t HO I lllft V IIH l, ill. HIV v'.v. w. m , ...
Sian.l f r the past forty years, a minute descrip- ni..w nPvt.
i i. . '-
ti -fi is consiueiea ueuecessary. ai me iiuio
Five Ilt nd of HOUSES ; One B 'rouche ;
One good MM I) U 2G(KY ;
. In excellent Carriage ; Grain ; lloughness.
. the Farming Tools, Gear, and Harness
of evert hind.
A short credit will be given. Notes with ap- J
m rN ( t.." cn
rpHE Subscriber, grateful for the very liberal"
ItESPEt I FULLY in
forms his Frit nus and tbe
Public, that he still conti
nues to cany on the above
business, in all its various
t&ggg&x His Shop is still kept on
the Mam-street, in Salisbu
ry, one door above the Store of Samuel Lemiy 5c
Son. Watches and Clocks of every kind will be
II E P A I R E I) with neatness, at short notice",
on reasonable terms, and Warranted for 12
He will always keep on hand a variety of arti
cles in his line; Mich as
Patent Lever Yatflac, (English, French,
Swiss, and Dutch.)
Gold and Plated Fob Chains,
tic Li and Plated Watch Guards.
Gold ami Piated Watch Keys.
Gold and Plated Watch Seals.
Gold E.ir-hobs, Ureast-pitis, and Finger-ring?,
Silver Ware; Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver Fruit
P-K ket Pistols and Ditks.
Breast-Buttons and Musical Boxes.
Gilt and Steel Watch Chains and Keys.
(fcr Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for
articles purchased at his shop, aud in pa ment for
work done and debts due. D. L. P.
Salisbury, August 2'2, l-3.j. tf
tr T 1"
The IS.'SisL I,vt and 5Iouc,
".r 'rf. N the Town f Salisbury, will he of
mUtfe -lerreil ar Public Sale, in said Town,
s2Zi9gt2$ on Tuesday of next Rowan Superior
Coi.rt, (ihe 13th ef O iihcr next.) on a credit of
G and 12 Months, the purchaser givii-g bonds with
approved Security. The Sale, will be made with
By order cf the Board of Directors f the Prin
cipai B .uk. I). W. SFOXE, Cashier.
July 2-", ie3o. ts
U S i X E S S.
ii. utioersignetl lias maoe arrangements for
Ware-House Room and other accommo
dations, to enable him promptly, safeh', and satis
factorily to attend to receiving and forwarding un
me Vyuouu v, x. c , j o
Goods, Tf 'Tares,
.llcrchandizc, uud Jtrouu
As he will devote himself to this business, it may
be for the interest of Country Merchants and
others, to give such a direction to their consign
ments, that the undersigned may have an opportu
nity to prevent accidents, delays, or other embar
rassments, which sometimes happen to Goods and
Produce " in transitu."
The strictest attention mav be relied on.
The charge which will be made for attention,
will be fifteen per cent, on all monev paid.
J. G. ITcKEXZIE,
D. iSc J. M ALLOY,
La COS IE Me KAY,
Jit: OWN BUY AX,
HO If 1. C. DA I ISt )
JO II C. CO IT,
D. S. HAUL LEE,
GEO. II. DUX LAP,
A. 11. McKEXZlE,
Cheraw, August 1, 183-1. p 6
830 REW UI.
T"ANAWaY from the Subscriber, in Ruther-
1 nafrnti.Kre heretofore bestowed upon his es.ta- , I'-rd County, North Cnroltna, on thp loth in-
. . . . .
blishtnent, lies leave to announce to his former ; stant, a Negro Man named WARDY, aged about
-Ill 1 C 1
proved securities wm ue required, cucn m.es patron3 and the public especially invalids and M jeats, quite tnacK, neavv mult, ai ut o teet
only as are vested in me, to any of the property, retitlemen or families who may desire a pleasant j S or 10 inches hii-h. On examination of his face,
will Im? executed. The Sale to commence at 1 0 limrner Retreat that his establishment is now ; one or two scars w ill be discovered supposed to
o'clock, A. M. JOHN SCOTT, Trustee. j rea,jy fj,r t,cjr reception, and that he is prepared! be occasioned by a bruise; he has a very large
Rowan Coimtv. August 1. 13.1. ts ! i. nnmrnmlnio iliom in n stvlf. Iip flnftprs him. i foot. When he eloped he had on a dark colored
. T -,
before the day of sale.
claims under said Trust will present them on or least, no eflbrts shall be wanting on his part to
render his guests comfortable.
WILLIAM S. SIMONTON.
Catawba Springs, June 6, 1S35. t f
32II.IT IKY SCHOOL,.
I ... . . . ; . r i i.uL l.,. i ir . . .1
P. S It is requested that all persons having self, that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction ; at j pair 01 p.u, rt u, t k ia. worn, omer
t.iv.liniii; ii'.'i . . ' ' 1 . ... in 111-3 t..i4ij(crii(.iiji.v; llw
is inclined to have nilher a down cast.
Also, a Negro Woman named LUCY, aged
about 33 years, very black also; her front teeth
tolerably worn. She is spare made, and of com
mon heighth; has a good open countenance. She
had on, when she eloped, a calicoe froct of light
The above Negroes were purchased in Sampson
County, North Carolina, (to wit: Wardv of a man
bv the name of Hicks, and Luc of a Mr. Ellinf
ton;) by Dr. Harrison Jordan, of Madison County,
Mississippi. A reward of FIFTY DOLLARS will
I SHALL attend, with good Musicians, at Salis
bury, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 2nd
and 3rd of September next, also, at Mocksville on
Friday and Saturday, the 4th and 5th of the same j various branches, six and a half miles South of Sal isbu-
month, for the nuriiose of organizing and estab- : rv. He assures dold-miners, Miners, and all interest-
Ii-diin a Military School in Infantry and Light I ed in his business, that he will, on the shortest notice,
Broad-sword ever- ! turntsfi inetn w:iti vivuu-uuiiiir.u auu .miuu-
IHE Subscriber respectfully informs the Public that
- he is now carryinr on the above business, in an n
Infantry tactics, together with Broad-sword exer
cisc to Troopers.
All persons disposed to improvement in this sci
ence w ill please give their attendance, at which ; Door-Sills, &c, kept constantly on hand. Mill-Stones, I
time the Drill will commence, and lie continued ! heretofore costing from Ss35 to $10, he will now make j
two days in every four weeks, for four times.
Tkrms, Font Dollars from each subscriber;
to be paid one half at the conclusion of each four
day's drill. CARTER JONES.
August 22, 1833. p2
STOXES. of the very best crrit, and on cheap terms, ex
-.oitoil iii n ct- 1r nrmin.T nnv ntlipr work of tlie kind !
done in this State. Also, Tomb-Stones, Window-Sills, j be given for the apprehension and securing in anj
Jail in this State, the above Xegroes. Letters may
be addressed to I. F. Henderson, or C. C. Ilender
for ssil or ss30. Gold-Crinders heretr.fore costing t"J.
he w ill cut for f?2Q. Window-Sills costing $4 for .s2.
Door-Sills the same. He only asks a trial of his work
bein assured that he can eive the most entire satisfac
tion." 'JOHN HOLDSOUSER.
May 23, ;?:". 2Gp
son, at Lincolnton, each of whom is authorized t
receive said negroes from tbe apprehenders.
THOMAS COLE, Agent
For Harrison Jordan.
Lincolnton, N. C, August 22, 1835. -ft