' i - - -
? mn r :... 'PHI.-' W P!TP.n V
r a k n l.l I A V wmilil respectfully inform ? !
in? Clerks of Court, SheriJfs, Consta Lie?, and
ot:ier gentlemen of business, that they have v;
now on hand, printed in a superior style, on the
&Z very best quality of paper, a large supply of
( . A k . . - . . - - - I -
- Of almost every Description,
3 Which they will sell on verv numerate trms.
To those who become regular customers get
: a!l their Blanks of ns a very considerable
reduction will he made from our regular price. -
A n I?t-..,1- v-i-i.r r-rf lmt-r nn tinrifl
5c y will be printed to order on very short notice.
Orders from a distance will meet wuh prompt
r? attention; and Blanks put up and ibrwardeJ
r 'n me s-irei an'i moi trxpfumous iain.i.
JO 15 PKIMIW.
They would likewi.-e inform Merchants and
y ' other, that, having an assortment ot tancy
a J h Type, Cuts, ij-c, which is probably nn- Ayr
suqvtsaed by any in the State, thev are prepn-
red to execute all kinds of UOOiv an.l J()K
' 1RLTLG in a very superior slyle. Such as
Il:os, Pamphlets, Circulars, Curds, IIuxil-X
" ?;. r. III. .?;. C,r Sliws .tr.
S.1lis!iirv. June J7. 135. V '
. . - ' v.- .
DAVID L. POOIi,
RKSPECTTU LLV in
forms his Friends and the
Public, that he still conti
nues to carry on the above
business, in all its various
"3.9 AMf.' i i '
. : 1?TT m-aucnes
o n'.i-. u it. .-it
His fttiop is sun kept on
the Main-street, in Salisbu
ry, one door above the Store of Samuel Lemly .V
Son. Watches and Clocks of every kind will Ik?
REPAIR I I) with neatness, at short notice,
on reasonable terms, and Warranted for 1 2
lie will always keep on hand a variety of arti
cles in his line; such as
Patent Lever WafcIlC. (English, French,
Swiss, and Dutch.)
GoM and Plated Fob Chains.
Cold and Plated Watch Guard.
GolJ and Plated Watch Keys.
Gold and Plated Watch Seals.
Gold Car-bobs, Breast-pins, and Finger-rings,
Silver Ware ; Kver-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket aud Dirk Knives, and Silver Fruit
p!. Uet Pistols and Dirks.
Urea.,t Iluttons and .Musical Boxes.
Gilt and Steel Watch Chains and Keys.
(SCj Old (old ami Silver taken in exchange for
articles purchased at his shop, and in payment for
work done and debts due. D. L. P.
Salisbury, August 22, 1835. tf
3IO JH NEW CJOOIS2
MClirV W WalMUl would inform his friends
and the public, tint he has ju:i received, directly
fr-t-.'i t!i JSortii, an entirely nw Stock of Staple and
Fjiu'V Iry-(ioods,Groceries,and Confectioneries, which
lie :!1 dispose of CHKAP for cash. His Stock con-i-ist-,
m irirt, of Fine blue, and olhr Cloths, Suttinrts,
Circassians, B nr.hazinrs, and Drillings ; Vest in gs of
various kinds; Hats, Iianii'.ts, and Shins ; Hard-ware,
'Jrterns-ware, Cull fry, and Crockery-ware , Sugar,
and Cojfte; Powder, and Lead; good smoking and
e 'i'.wuig lohareo, eye. eye.
His CO.NFECTIOXAUIES consist of various Can
dies, Nut, &.c.
II. XV. XV. particularly reelects t ie public to call
anil examine his Stock, as he is very certain that he
can find fomethinjr to please all.
Salisbury, September 5, lSv. pi
The Dank Iot asul 3ouc,
iN TN the Town of Salisbury, will he of
13 1 11 fcrrefl al Fnhlic Sale, in said Town,
jjTN&Ea on Tuesday of next Rowan Superior
Court, (the 13th of October next.) on a credit of
0 and 12 Months, the purchaser giving bonds with
approved Security. The Sale will be made with
By order cf the Board of Directors of the Prin
cipal Bank. D. W. STONE, Cashier.
July 25, 1S35. ts
i n mmmms A ! I if
. mm m V M 1 mt n m
EIIE Subscriler, grateful for tlie very lileral
patronage heretofore lestovel upon his esta
blishment, legs leave to announce to his former
patrons and the public especially invalids and
gentlemen or families who may desire a pleasant
Summer Retreat that hij establishment is now
ready fijr their reception, and thut he is prepared
to accommodate them in a style, he flatters him-
self, that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction ; at j
least, no cfiorts shall In; wanting on his part to
render his guests comfortable.
WILLIAM S. SIMONTON.
Catawba Springs, June 0, lri35. t f
On the 8th of September next,
I WILL ofrer f r Sale, at mv Dwelling-house, in
the Forks of tlie Yadkin, Iredell County, N. C,
near Gnt?iVs, or Albea's Store, Two Tracts
Of Land, (if not sold Ufore,)
Containing 203 Acres;
Lying ima-jediately on the South Yadkin River
JC 9 'i
with an excellent seat for Mills, factories, vVc. Monday the 10th of October; the h7th on Wed
This land is fertile, and a'PJ to the culti- Csday"tho 2lst; the 0 1th Regiment, in Rowan,
ration 01 uoni, ir.i:, ioimcc", tve, wun gooo
Dvelliiis and excellent water. Also, my Crop of
Corn,Oats,and Fodder; Blackout h's Touts; Stfcli
of all kinds ; Household and Kitchen furniture
and all such articles as movers generally sell.
-3 JOHN LEA.
Salisbury, ?. C.
jTHlE Subscriber informs tlie PuL
. 1 j,a!, purchased the above mention'
mcul f William II. Slaughter, in wh
am, advaa us,y
?TI1E Subscriber informs the Public, that he
hose hands it
known as a
-nous i: u f i: n t i: r t a i n m is n t-
Ile Hatters himself that, by care and dilligent at
tention, he shall be able to keep up the former en
viable reputation of this House.
Shall be well supplied with the best that a plenti
ful market can afiord.
Is furnished with the choicest foreign and domes
tic Liquors. His Rooms are lar:e and commodi
ous. His Beds and bedding ae at all times par
ticularly neat, clean, and comfortable, and irar
ranfed secure against those annoyances that a tra
rtlhr so much detests. His Servants are honest,
faithful, and obliging. His Stables are inferior to
none always well supplied with old (train, and
attended to" by faithful Ostlers. lie invites the
travelling community tu call once or his sake, and
he doubts not but that they will call again for their
To Slaijc Ias ciicr :
The Stages on the main North
ern and Southern Line, con
ducted bv Peck and V ellford.
and known as the .Merchant's Line, arrive at and
depart from this Hotel oneve.y Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and twice on Saturday.
OCT This is to correct an impression which has
been produced abroad, that another Hotel in this
rill age is the Stage-house for this Line. Seats
in all other Stayes, arriving at or departing from
this place, can be secured here.
Salisbury, August 15, l-'i-l.
THE undersigned has made arrangements for
Ware-IlOUSC Room and other accommo
dations, to enable him promptly, saft ly, and satis
factorily to attend to receiving and forwarding up
the Country, or down to the Sea-board,
Merchandize, and Jroducc.
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 14 in transitu.1
The strictest attention may be relied on.
The charge which will be made for attention,
will be fifteen per cent, on all mnev piid.
Refer to . .
J. G. MrKESZIi:,
D. S' J- M ALLOY,
LaCOSTF McKA V,
JAM US YlllGlll
HOIST. C. DA VIS,
JOIIS C. COlTy
D. S. HAUL LEE,
GEO. II. DUX LA P,
A. iV 1L McKEXZIi:,
Cheraw, August 1. 1535.
penj.imin Fralcy respectfully inn
Friends and the Public at large, that
continues to carry n tlie Tailoring Business in all
its various branches, in the Town of Salisbury, on
.Main-street, a few doors East of f lie Ci urthouse,
adjoining the Storehouse of Wm. Murphy, where
he is preparer! to make all kinds of Clothing in a
very superior st le in the most fashionable style,
and warranted to tit well, and on very moderate
terms, at short notice. AH Orders from a dis
tance will be most faithfully attended to according
to order. Produce will be received in payment
for work. B. F.
Being Agent f r some of the most Fashionable
Tailors of New ork and Philadelphia, he would
take a pleasure in teaching, or giving instruction
to any Tailors wishing instruction in the art of
Gutting; and any one wishing the New York arid
Philadelphia Fashions, can receive them bv gi
ving timely notice to Benjamin Fraley, Salisbury,
N. C. Letters postage paid.
Salisbury, 135. t f
''IIIE Subscriber is desirous of purchasing a large
1 number of LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES,
from ten to twenty years of age, for which he will
at all times give the highest prices in Cash.
Persons having such property to sell, would do
j well to call on him, at Salisbury, or on Mr. John
j his t at charlotte.
At any time, when he may lo absent. Col. R.
W. Long, will be found at the Mansion Hotel, in
Salisbury, prepared to make purchases
All letters addressed to him or his Agent, Mr.
John Jones, will meet with pron pt attention.
June 25th 1-35. tf ROBERT II FIE.
3IocKsviLi.K, August 14, 183
lIII-' several Regiments composing tlie 7th Bri-
their several Muster Grounds, armed and equip.
I.od nS tllf I.IW iIiiimOj C,,r I i.r...l i.wi nril I'oiion-
as fi,Uims . The & -Mb Re-iment. in Davidson, on
on Friday the 23rd, and the G3rd on Tuesday the
Xi7th of October next.
The Reviews will commence at each place at
12 o clock.
By Order of
JAMES COOK, Brig. Gen.
MiMiottD .McKhnzie, Aid de Cacip.
NORTH CAKOLIXA STATE
Fur the Be nefit of the SALISBURY ACADEMY
NINTH CLASS FOR 18S5.
To Ijc Drawn at Salisbury, N.
On Thursday, the 21th September, 1835,
ON THE POPULAR
STEVENSON & TOINTS, MANAGERS.
CAPITA I j
c :: is i: is
1 Prize of 0,000 DOLLARS is SG.000
1 " of 3,000 DOLLARS is 3,000
12 " of 1,(KK) DOLLARS is 12,000
15 " of 500 DOLLARS is 7,500
15 " of SOO DOLLARS is 4,500
20 " of 200 DOLLARS is 4,000
00 " of lOO DOLLARS is 0,000
100 " of 50 DOLLARS is 5,000
116 of 30 DOLLARS is 3,10
201 of 20 DOLLARS is 4,020
300 " of 15 DOLLARS is 5,500
G,0()0 " of 10 DOLLARS is G0.000
0,000 of G DOLLARS is 3G,000
0,000 " of 4 DOLLARS is 21,000
1 8,8 1 1 Prizes,
A Package of 10 Whole Tickets will cost 40 00
And must draw neit - - - - 17 00
82 3 00
A certificate for a Package of 10 Whole tickets
will be 823 00
For 10 Half tickets, - - - 1 1 50
For 10 Quarter tickets, - 5 75
K?" All Orders from a distance, by mail (post
paid) or bv private conveyance, enclosing the cash
lor pri.e-tickets in our previous Lotteries, will re
ceive the most prompt attention, it addressed to
JAMES I. LONG, Salisbury, N. C. ; and an ac
count of the thawing will be forwarded immediate
ly afier its event.
07" All prizes payable in ca-di, Forty days after
the drawing, subject to a deduction of ffteen per
Whole Tickets, - - 84 00
Halves, .... 2 00
Quarters, ... - 1 00
To 1; had, in the greatest variety of numlers, at
ja.mms r. coxns otvi
(Corner of Mansion Hotel,)
August 20, 13.. td
X Sph iulid Cp-iH
!ILiiae of" ISaclis,
Salisbury, (A. C) to Etalrih, (X.C)
VNXIOUS toailbrd every ficility to the Travelling
Public, now announce that they have completed
all their arrangements and can with truth say. We pre
sent you with a Line of I fachs possessing advantages
over any other, if you wish to get on with ease and
despatch having obtained that great desidt ratum with
all Travellers no df te ntion on the road, ft is soar
ranged as to correspond, in its arrivals at Italeigh, with
the departure of the following Stages, viz: The Great
Daily Line to Ulikely, North-Carolina, passing through
Iiouisburg, Warrenton, and Halifax; at the latter place
a Line of Stages communicates with the Portsmouth
Uail-ltoad t'T Norfolk: by continuing on to Blikley,
you strike the IV t-Tsburg Rail-Road ; and on your ar
rival at that place you have the choice of two Lines
either by land to Washington City, via. Richmond ami
Frederickslur!r. or bv Steam-Ilat to Norf lk. There
is alo a I.u.e of Stages from R ileigh to Norfolk, via.
Tarborough, Murfreesborough, Winton, &c, over one
cf the best Natural Roads in the United States. At
Norfolk there will ! no detention, as there is a line of
Steam-Boats for I Villi more in connexion with this line.
This line a!.- connects with one from Ualigh to New hern.
The arrivals at Silihury is regulated altogether by
the departure of the piedmont Line South, and the
Great West era Line tor Nashville. Tennessee, via.
Lincolnton. I'li'.hertbnlton, Abbeville, Kn v !!e, &c.
Leives t!ie MiiHinti Hotel, Salisbury. Tl:E.SDAY and
SATURDAY at 0 o'clock, A. M. a'der the arrival of
the Piedmont Stage from the South arrives in IJ-ilei gh
next d ivs at i)V!ock, l. .M. Leaves Raleigh TUES
DAY aii ! SATURDAY at 2 oVbirk, A. M.. arrives in
S ilib:iry next days by 4 o'clock, I. M. allowing suf
ficient time on the road for S L II F. P .
(cT" The Hackare Albany make, entirely new, anil
cannot be surpassed for comfort and ease; liie Teams
are excellent, the Driven- c-i refill arid attentive, and
the P-iru low only SFYFS DOLLARS all inter
mediate distances 7 cent- per mile.
j7" I'assengers from the South who wish to take
our Line will !e careful to enter to Salisbury oidy.
Xy All Bundles and Packages nt the risk of the
mvnors- WILLIS MORIXG,
JOSLTH L MORIXG.
P. S. This Line, from Salisbury to Baltimore is sS
cheap' r tha ant other.
April 11, 1SV5. tf
The Fare from Raleigh to Washington City
amounts to 810 50, as folloics :
From Raleigh to illakley, fctacre rare, . . . S7
151a kley to Petersburg, Rail-Road Fare, 3
Petersburg to Richmond, Stage Fare. . 1 50
Richmond to Fredericksburg. Stage Fare, 5
Fredericksburg to Washington City, Steam
Boat Fare, ..... 3
The Steam-Boat Fare from Petersburg to Baltimore,
via. Norfolk, is Four Dollars.
Stone l iiKing.
'IlIB Subscriber respectfully informs the Public that
I he is now carrying on the above business, in all its
various branches, six and a half miles South of Salibu
ry. He assures Gold-miners, Millers, and all interest
ed in his business, tliat he will, on the shortest notice,
furnish them with GOLD-GRINDERS and MILL
STONES, of the very best grit, and on cheap terms, ex
ecuted in a style surpassing any other work of the kind
done in this rSlate. Also, Tomb-Stones, Window-Sills,
Door-Sills, &c, kpl constantly on hand. Mill-Stones,
heretofore costing from s35 to sll), he will now make
tor s;25 or s30. Gold-Grinders heretofore costing j!s25
fie wilt cut for ,s20. Window-Sills co.-ting s;l for ,s2.
Door-Sills the same. He only asks a trial of his work
being assured that li2 can give the most entire satisfac
tion. JOHN IIOLDSOUSER.
May 23, 1S&V 20p
Morgan to n
nns. ImWux j. polk
I ESPECTFULLY announces to the Public,
that the first session of the above Seminary
will terminate on the 2oth of September, 1835; at
which time there will be a general Examination
of the Pupils on the various branches usually
taught in an Institution of the kind. She also
takes great pleasure in announcing that .Miss E. ,
Maria Douglas, late cf Virginia, has been selected j
as assistant Teacher, and more especially to fill
department of Music in this institution. 1 he high
respectability of this Lady, her superior attain
ment, and her success as a Teacher of music has
been fully and satisfactorily tested both in Virgnia
and North Carolina.
N. B. This Institution is now in a very flourish
ing condition, having largely upwards of 40 seho
lars, and has only been in operation about three
months: in point of location, it stands unrivalled in
the State of North Carolina. The high mountains
by which it is surrounded, pure air and delightful
water, renders it a stranger to fev rs and epidem
ics of every kind prevalent in a S ut hern climate.
Morgauton, Septemler 5, 1KJ5. p3.
3IcdicaI College ot iforia.
'fIIE Lectures in this institution will be resu--
med on the third Monday in October next,
and continue, as usual, six months. The Lectures
will be delivered by
L. A. DUGAS, M. D., on Anatomy and Physiolo-
PAUL F. EVE, M. I)., on the Principles and
Practice of Surgery.
A. CUNNINGHAM". M. D., on the Principles
and Practice of Medicine.
JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., on Therapeutics and
M. ANTONY, M. D., on Obstetrics and the Dis
eases .. Woim it and Infants.
L. I). FORD, M. D., on Chemistry and Phar
TEic Term are
Mutriculation Ticket, to betaken once, 85 00
Tickets for the Full Course, . . . 100 00
Tickets for Practical Anatomy, once only, 10 OO
Diploma Fee, . . 10 00
JOHN W. WILD, President.
L. D. Ford, Secretary Board of Trustees.
Augusta, Ga., July 1, IS35. p 10
3i!ical College ot" S. Carolina,
rlIIE Annual course of Medical Instruction in
this Institution, will commence on the 2nd
Monday in November next, and terminate on the
1st Saturday in March ensuing.
Anatomy. By William Hume, M- D.
Surgery. By Elias Horry Dea, M. D.
Theory and Practice of Medicine. By Tho
mas Y. Simons, M. D.
Institutes of Jledieine and Materia Medica.
By Henry Alexander, M. D.
Chemistry. B Charles Davis, M. D.
Obstetric? and Diseases of Women and Child
ren. B Francis Y- Pore er, M. 1).
Anatomical Demonstrations. 41 v 11. W. Crouch,
0O Clinical Instruction will be daily afford
at the Marine Hospital ami City Alms H
which are under the Medieai dirt-etion of this Fa
culiv ; also, in the- Infirmary attached to the Col
lege, which is appropriated to negroes.
FRANCIS Y. PORCHER, M. D.,
D an of the Faculty.
William Hkme, M. D., Secretary.
Charleston, S. C, August 29, 135. plO.
30 REW 1I.
TANAWaY from the Subscriber, in Ruther-
f .ni (' uiitv. North Cnrolinu, on the 15th in
stant, a Negro Man named WARDY, aget! about
30 years, quite black, heavy built, about 5 feet
s or 10 inches high. On examination of his face,
one or two scars will be discovered supposed to
be occasioned bv a bruise; he has a very large
foot. When he eloped he had on a dark colored
pair of pantaloons, a black bat, half worn; other
clothing not recollected. In his countenance he
is inclined to have rather a down cast.
Also, a Negro Woman named LUCY, aged
about 3S years, very black also; her front teeth
tolerably worn. She is spare made, and of com
mon heighth; has a good open countenance. Site
had 011, when she eloped, a calicoe frock of light
The above Negroes were purchased in Sampson
County, North Carolina, (to wit: Wardv of a man
b the name of Hicks, and Lucy of a Mi. Elling
ton;) by Dr. Harrison Jordan, of Madison t 'ounty,
Mississippi. A reward of FIFTY DOLLARS will
be given for the apprehension aud securing in any
Jail in this State, the above Negroes. Letters may
be addressed to L. F. Henderson, or C. C. Hender
son, at Lincolnton, each of whom is authorized tc
receive said negroes from the apprehendors.
THOM AS COLE, Agent
For H arrison Jc hoax.
Lincolnton, N. ('., August 22 135. 4i
COL. CARTER JONES
WILL attend at Salisbury on Wed
nesday the 30th of this month, and on
Thursday the 1st or next month ; also,
at Moeksville on Friday the 2nd, and
Saturday the 3rd das of October, for
the nuroose of instructing his sebid;rs
at each of these places, being the
cond term fcr each.
i i n J
September 5, 1835.
gL-w! rTIIE Subscriber, intending to carry
on the Butchering Business regularly in the Town
of Salisbury, wishes to purchase a number of
For which the highest prices will be given, in
cash. His customers are notified that he will be
ready to furnish them with GOOD BEEF on Mon-
day, ednesday, and rneav mornings of eacli
week the balance of the season.
Septeaiber 5, 1S35. tf.
JBcekw ilU' Anli-Dyspcplic
I? II IL1L39
An infallible cure for Jlead-aches, Ileart-burns,.
and the carious diseases of a disordered sto
mach, bowels, and liver,
JIAY BE HAD at THIS OFFICE,
Price 50 cents per Box.
fROM anion" the long list of testimonials as to
i- the exci
xcellence of these Pills, we consider it
onlv necessary to publish the following.
September 5, 1535.
From the Hi. Her. Led S. Ires, D. D.y Bishop cf
Raleigh, March 2, 1S35.
Having, for the last three y ears, been intimately
acquainted with Dr. John Beckwith, of this City,
an! enjoyed his professional services, I take plea
sure in stating that his character as a Christian
gentleman and experienced Phy sician, entitles his
testimony, in regard to the use of his Anti dyspep
tic Pills, to the entire confidence of the pubbe.
My experience of the good effects of these Pills,
for two years past, satisfies me of their eminent
value, particularly in aiding in impaired digetion
and warding otf bilious attacks. Having been f .r a
long time subject to the annual recurrence of
such attacks, 1 was in the habit of resorting for
security against them, and with a very partial suc-
j cess, to a liberal use of Calomel or blue P.l!. But
since my acquaintance with the Anti-dyspeptic
Pill of Dr. Beckwith, which be prescribed in the
first instance himself, I have not been under the
necessity of using Mercury in any form, besides,
being w holly exempt from billious attacks. Seve
ral members of my family are experiencing the
same beneficial effects. L. S. IVES.
From the Rev. Wm. MrPhccters, D. D., laic
Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Raleigh.
Algi st 20, 134.
Tiie Pills now oflored to the American Public,
sivled " Beck vviib's Ami-D speptie Pilis," I have
long used as a family medicine, and have no hesi
tation in hearing testimony to their value as a
safe, convenient, aud efiiciert remedy. Iu Dys
pepsia, and its usual attendants, Heartburn, Cos
tiveness. Head ac he, loss of appetite, &c, evx,
these Pills seldom fail of i-il'itding the desired re
lief. Dr. Beckwith, long known to the community-
in which he resides, as a scientific and suc
cessful Practitioner of Medicine, having, bv nu
merous experiments and long continued attention
to the subject, brought his Pills to their nresent
state of perfection, 1 am free to suv, as far as my
experience and observation extend, no medicine
beret, fore olK-rcd to the public, of a similar nature,
ami for similar purposes, has higher er equal
claims. WM. McPHEETERS.
From the Hon. George E. Rodger.
Raleigh, N v. 7, 1834.
For several years past, Dr B -ckwith's Anti
Dvspepnc Pdls have leen used as a domie me
dicine in my fa mil v. 1 have myself frenurniJv
used them fur the relief of head ache, : cid and
otherwise disordered stomach, result i-'g from im
prudence or excess in diet, anil 1 have- had e.uny
opportunities of learning from others toJ:r tlloets,
1 k . I - 1
when ii:-e;i ty mem lor line purposes. viy expe
rience and observation justify me in sav mg that
j the relief afforded by ttie Piils is generally -peedy,
and almost abvavs certain that they mav be ta
ken at any time without danger or inconvenience,
and their operation is attended by no nausea or
disagreeable e fleets whatever and though I have
known many persons use them, I have known none
who did not approve them none vvi.o sustained
any injury , and none who failed to derive J nefit
from their use. Aud upon the whole, I do not
hesitate to recommend them as an agreeable, safe,
and eifieacious remedy in Dyspeptic affections",
and beliere them my sell t le ihe lesl Anti dys
peptic medicine ever oil? red to the public.
G. E. BD'.ER.
Ciim'tif lrire of Protiju-e, -1c.
AT SALISBURY September 9, 1535
Cotton, in seed,
CctTee, . . .
Corn, . .
Feathers, . .
Flour, . . .
10 a (Molasses, . .
40 a 45: Nails, . . .
40 a oO Oats, . . .
10 a ;Rye, . . .
4 (Sugar, brown,
14 loaf, .
9 a 10
10 a 12 ?r
1G a 2U
112 a 125
6 a 20
. . 10 a 1 Salt, . . .
. . . 40 a 45,Tallow, . .
30 a 33:Tobacco, .
0 0 Wheat, (bushel) 80 a 100
. . . llK (Whiskey, . . . 30 a 35
Linseed Od, per gallon, S;1 12l
AT FAYETTEVIL1.K September 1.
Bacon, . . -Brandy,
Beeswax, . .
Cotton, . . .
Corn, . . .
Flaxseed, . .
Flour, . .
Feathers, . .
0 a 11 Iron, . .
. 50 001 Molasses, . .
. 35 a 40 Nails, cut, . .
21 a 22 Sugar, brown,
. 12 a ll.'i lump, .
10 a 17 loaf, .
00 a 02 Salt, . . .
120 a ! Wheat,. . .
.600 a 700( Whiskey, .
35 a i Wool, ...
4 a 5
29 a 33
7 a 7s.
9 a 11
16 a 17
30 a 35
16 a 13
AT CIIERAW, (S. C.) August 31, 1835.
is. a 10 Nails and Brad:
. 9 a 10
. 14 a 16
16 a 17
250 a 275
70 a 75
IS a 30
. 12 a 13
40 a 47
13 a 10i
do. lump, .
do. loaf, .
85 a 9" Salt, per sack.
.100 a 12(1 do. bushel.
Flour, country, .750 a 850; Cotton Bagging,
do. northern, . XJO a yno.liale Rope,
Feathers, . . . 34 a 3
lron .... a -
Wool, . .
33 a 4( i Whiskey, .
RATES OF EXCHANGE
At the Me rcl truths Bank of S. Carolina, at Cheraic :
Checks on New York, . leT cent. prem.
do. Charleston, . ier cent. prem.
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C.) September 5, 1835.
Brandy, peach, .
10 a 12 Lard, . . .
75 jMolasses, . .
40 a 50jMackerel, . .
. 10 a 12$
. 40 a 45
.700 a 950
. 275 a 300
. 10 a 121
15 a lOjSalt, in sacks,
16 a 20jSugar, brown,
j Cotton, .
. 70 a 87 J
loaf d: lump, 18 a 22
Tallow, . . . 10 a 12
.10J a 11
.80O a OCKNTeas,
. (K) a 12T
. 40 a 45
o a o
At CAMDEN, S. C, new Cotton is selling at 19 cts.
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