XORTil C.1ROLIX.V STATE
For the Boi'St nf the SALl.SiiCliY ACADEMY
TENTH CLASS FOit 113.
To he Drawn at Concord, A. C,
O i Fril.ii, the 2:W October 1530,
OX THE POPULAR
STEVEXSOX & POIXTS, MAXAGCRS.
i ti ii i-i ri rj i
1 Prize of 5,000 DOLLARS is 5,00"
10 " of 1,000 DOLLARS is 20,00u
10 " of 500 DOLLARS is 5,(Ki
10 " of 300 DOLLARS is
10 of 200 DOLLARS is 2,000
80 " of lOO DOLLARS is 6,000
109 " of SO DOLLARS is 5,f0
110 " of 30 DOLLARS is 3,450
201 ' of 20 DOLLARS is 4,020
300 " of 13 DOLLARS is 4,500
6 0J0 " of 10 DOLLARS is 00,000
6 000 of 6 DOLLARS is 36,000
c'oOO "of 4 DOLLARS is 24,000
f l 8,8-18 Prize?.
A Package of 10 Whole Tickets will cost
.And most draw nett -
A certificate for a Package of 10 Whole tickets
xvill he - S23 o'
For 10 Half tickets, - - 115'
For 10 Quarter tickets, - - 5 75
OCT All Orders from a distance, by mail (post
paid) or by private conveyance, enclosing the cash
or prize-tickets in our previous Lotteries, will re
ceive the most prompt attention, if addressed to
JAMES I. LOXG, Salisbury X. C. ; and an ac
count of the drawing will be forwarded immediate
ly after its event.
07" All prizes payable in cash, Forty days after
the drawing, subject to a deduction of fifteen per
Whole Tickets, - - - S4 00
Halves, - - - - 2 00
Quarters, - - - - 1 00
To be had, in the greatest variety of numbers, at
JAMES I. LONG'S Office.
(Corner of Mansion Hotel,)
October 3, 1935. td
Hl Tr 11 0 1 AS A. T5HAU13E1.
Salisbury, A. C
OjTlflE Subscriber informs the Public, that In
has purchased the above mentioned establish
ment of William H. Slaughter, in whose hands it
lias been long and advantageously known as
-HOUSE O F E X T E R T A I X M E X T
11c Hatters himself that, by care and dilligent at
tention, he shall b able t keep up th former en
viable reputation of lhi3 House.
Shall be well supplied with the best that a plenti
ful market can afford.
Is furnislied with the choicest foreign and domes
tic Liquors. His Rooms are large and commodi
ous, ills Beds and bedding are at all times par
ticularly neat, clean, and comfortable, and war
ranted secure against those annoyances that a tra
xeller so much detests. His Servants are honest,
faithful, and obliging. His Stable are inferior to
none always well supplied with old (train, and
attended to by faithful Ostlers. Hp invites the
travelling community to call once for his sake, and
he doubts not but that they will call again for their
To Slac Passengers:
The Stages on the main Xorth-
ern and Southern Line, con
ducted by Tech and Wellford,
and known as the Merchant's Line, arrive at and
depart from thw Hotel on evey Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and twice on Saturday.
(jThis is to correct an impression which has
licen produced abroad, that another Hotel in this
tillage is the Stage-house for this Line. Seats
in all other Stages, arriving at or departing from
this place, can be secured here.
Salisbury, August . 15, 1835. . tf
IJUiteUAXT to a decree of the Court of Equi
- tv, for Rowan county, the Clerk and Master
will sell, at the Court House in Salisbury, on the
11th day of November next, being Tuesday of the
A TRACT OF L VXI,
Belonging to the heirs at law of Frederick Ford,
dee'd., lying on both sides of the Yadkin river, at
the mouth of Second Creek, containing about
On the premises, there is 17 Acres of cleared
land, mostly River low grounds; a large part of
it fresh cleared. A good Orchard, and a first
rate Cotton Gin and Threshing Machine. At the
same time, and place, will also be sold, the undi
vided half of a Tract ofl Acres, lying
near the other. A credit of 12 months will be
allowed, and bonds with gcod security for the pur
chase money required. The Guardian will le
disposed to give two or three years longer indul
gence for a large part of the purchase money,
with accumulative interest.
SAMUEL SILL! MAN, c. r. e.
October 3, 1S35. pO
CAROIilAA and VI RCJIMA
Calculated for the meridian of SALEM, JV. C.
V SMALL SUPPLY of the above Almanacks have
been received, and may be had it THIS OFFICE,
Vrie 10 cents per cony t?,
JEUULLliR A: SUjVER-KIHTII
forms his Friends and the
Public, that h btill conti
nues to carry on the above
business, in all its various
'A i 4,
His Shop is still kept 01
the Main-street, in Salisbu
ry, one door above the Store of Samuel Lemly A
Son. Watches and Clocks of every kind will be
REPAIRED with neatness, at short notice.
on reasonable terms, and Warranted for 12
He will always keep on hand a variety of arti-
Ies in his lino: such as
Patent Lever AVatcUcs, (English, French,
Swiss, and Dutch.)
Gold and Plated Fob Chains.
Gold and Plated Watch Guards.
Gold and Plated Watch Keys.
Gold and Plated Watch Seals.
Gold Ear-bobs, Breast-pins, and Finger-rings,
Silver Ware; Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver Fruit
Pocket Pistols and Dirks.
Breast Buttons and Musical Boxes.
Gilt and Steel Watch Chains and Keys.
0$- Old Gojd and Silver taken in exchange for
articles purchased at his shop, and in payment for
work done and debts due. 1). L. P.
Salisbury, August 22, IS35. tf
pilE undersigned, occupying this Establishment
in Willrnwlioniiiirh. iS nrt h-C !n n il i n will irivf?
his main attention to render it satisfactory to his
friends, in all the requisites of a House of PUB
LIC ENTERTAINMENT. All the comforts
and enjovments that a pleasant and healthful situ
ation, cheap and plentiful country, and commodious
buildings will admit, he will endeavor to insure to
his patrons. Those who have heretofore favored
him with their company will always find that he
remits none of his exertions to deserve a continu
ance of their gfod will.
His House is well situated f r the accommoda
tion of Families and individual Boarders, as well
is Travellers; and his Stables have ample supplies,
and are attended by a faithful Oilier.
0j The Office of the Wtiktsbomuh Stae
Line is !ept at this house.
Sept. 19, lf-35.
IVilke-boroiish Slao Line.
T,n: STA(;1: lhis" rcu,(:
'0y5p5? leaves S LEM, N. C.,on Sun
- - d iy morning, at o clock, pnss-
es through Utiulsville, Hainptowsvil!'..'. WilJesbo
ro Hiid Jcflen-on, and urries at SHOWN'S
CROSS ilOAlX, Tenn.. ..n Wt-dorsilay, 12
o'clock, where it intersects Kdh s iine f Stages.
Leaves Shown's Cross Road-, fame day at 1
o'clock, P. M., and arrives at Salmi n Saturday
it 4 P. M. Tbere is ri w a c itii.ii"us line of
Stages from KXOXVILLE to SALEM, by wav
of Wilkesboro. This route is lelieved to be near
er. by fifty miles, than any other from Salem to
The utmot attention will be devoted to preserve
the road in good condition, and travellers will find
their accommodation excellent n;d tit low rates.
The undersigned, who is Contractor for the route,
undertakes to tiirnish gorl Coaches ami superb
Teams. He will, also, for a moderate considera
tion, convey his passengers from Wilkesboro to
Morganton, Salisbury, or Statesville.
FARE, from Salem to Shown's Cross Roads,
S7, distance 120 miles.
Wilkcsboro, Septcmler 19, 1635. p9
MocKsviLLr, August 14, 1835. j
npHE several Regiments composing the 7th Bri
- gade of Xorth Carolina Militia will parade at
their several Muster Grounds, armed and equip
ped as the law directs, f r Inspection and Review,
as follows: The 88th Regiment, in Davidson, on
Monday the !9th of October; the 87th on Wed
nesday the 2lst; the G 1th Regiment, in Rowan,
on Friday the 23rd, and the G3rd on Tuesday the
27th of October next.
The Reviews will commence at each place at
12 o'clock. By Order of
JAMES COOK, Brig. Gen.
tm MtMKouD McKenzie, Aid de Camp.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the Public tbat
he is now carrying on the above business, in all its
various branches, six and a half miles South of Salisbu
ry. He assures Gold-miners, Millers, and all interest
ed in his business, that he will, on the shortest notice,
furnish tbern with GOLD-GRINDERS and MILL
STONES, of the very best grit, and on cheap terms, ex
ecuted m a style surpassing any other work of the kind
done in this State. Also, Tomb-Stones. Window-Sills
DKr-Sills, &c., kept constantly on hand. Mill-Stones.
heretofore costing from Ul") to $10, he will now make
tor 25 or Gold-Grinders heretofore costing 25
he will cut tor j20. Window-Sills costing 4 tbr 2
Door-Sills tbo same. He on I v asks a trial of his work-
being assured that be can irive the most entire satisfac
tion. "JOHN 1IOLDSOUSER.
fj eib?.e-iuarti:r$, I
& SALISBURY, October 3, 1835. $
SMIE Commissioned Officers of the
63d Regiment of Xorth-Carolina
Militia, arc hereby commanded to ap
pear in the Town of Salisbury on
l f LI Thursda
sday the 22nd day of October, at
yJJ 10 o,clo
Drill ; a
lock A. M., with side arms, for
and on the following day, at 9
o'clock A. M., with their respective Companies
equipped as the law directs for Review and
Inspection by the Brig. General.
lly order : I). R. LYNX, Col.-ComMt.
H. W. CONNER, Adjt.
A Splendid yfey
Same of" &Sacks5
Salisbury (A. C.) to RiiieUii ( V. C.)
VXXIOUS to afford every facility to the Travelling
Public, now announce that they have completed
all their arrangements and can with truth say, Ve pre
sent vou with a Line of Hacks possessing advantages
over any other, if you wish to get on with ease and
despatch having obtained that great desideratum with
all Travellers no detention on the road. It is so ar
ranged as to correspond, in its arrivals at Raleigh, with
the departure of the following Stages, viz: The Great
Daily Line to lilakelv. iNorth-Uarolina, passing tnrougn
Loui'sburg, Warrenton, and Halifax; at the latter place
a Line of Stages communicates with tbo rortsinoutn
Rail-Road for" Norfolk: by continuing on to Blakley,
you strike the Petersburg 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 and
Fredericksburg, or by Steam-Boat to Norfolk. There
is also a Line of Stages from Raleigh to Norfolk, via.
Tarborouirh, Murfreesborouirh, Winton, &c, over one
of the best Natural Roads in the United States. At
Norfolk there will be no detention, as there is a line of
Steam-Boats for Baltimore in connexion with tins line.
This line also connects with one from Raligh to N ewbern
The arrivals at Salisbury is regulated altogether by
the departure of the Piedmont Line South, and the
Great Western Line tor iSastiv ille, I ennessee, via
Lincolnton, Rutherfordton, Asheville, Knoxville, &c.
leaves the Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, TUESDAY and
SATURDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M. after the arrival of
the Piedmont Stage from the South arrives in Raleigh
next davs at 9 o'clock, P. M. leaves Raleigh TUES
DAY and SATURDAY at 2 o'clock, A. M., arrives in
Salisbury next days by 4 o'clock, P. M. allowing suf
ficient time on the road for SLEEP.
z7" The Hacks are Albany make, entirely new, and
cannot be surpassed for comfort and ease; the Teams
are excellent, the Drivers careful and attentive, and
the Fare low only SEVEN DOLLARS all inter
mediate distances 7 cents per mile.
07" 1'as.sencrers from the South who wish to take
our Line will be careful to enter to Salisbury only.
tT All Bandies and Packages at the risk of the
owner- WILLIS MORING,
JOSEPH L. MORING.
P. S. 77is Line, from Salisbury to Baltimore is S
cluaper than any othtr.
April 11, 1KJ5. tf
The Fare from Ilnleigh to Washington Cityi
amounts to 819 50, as follows: '
From Rileiirh to RIakley, Stae Fare, . . . $7
Uliklcv to Pcter.sbnnr, Kail-Ruad Fare, 3
Petersburg to Richmond, Stage Fare, .
Richmond to Fredericksburg. Stage Fare,
Fro Jor.cksburg to Washington Citv, Steam
Rat Faro, . . ." 3
Th Stemi-Bnt Fare from Petersburg to Baltimore,
via. Norfolk, is Four Ddlrrs.
To Country Merchants.
r61HF Subscriber hers have f inform his cus
tomcrs and fiirnds reiieral!y , that he is now
receiving his Fnli supply f (jnods; which con
sists of a gciu-ral, heavy, and well selected assort
tmamm, f, m,m 4
El arc! ware A: V nil cry
If ATS AND SHOES
i)ru and .Tlcciiri&tc,
n id-oil! lui Ihor t;oiiuiin:iation, his Stock com
prises almost every artirlc now in common use in
this country It is inferior to none in Fj vetteville.
C. J. ORRKLL.
X. R. Personal and strict attention will be given
to the recfivmir and forwarding Goods; receiving
Cotton and other Produce for Storage, Sale, or
Shipment as the owner may direct. C. J. O.
Rrirk Row, Haymount,
Faycttcville, September 19, 1335. Gin
HPHE Subseritar. having determined to remove
A to tiic south-west, offers for saie the above pro
perty, with or without the Furniture. The Plan
tation contains about 700 Acres of Land; be
tween U5 and 100 acres are low-grounds, cleared,
ditched, and in good order otherwise; and is ei
ther good for Grain or Grass there being about
12 Acres of the latter, (viz: meadow land.)
About 200 Acres of the high-lands are cleared
and in fine order for cultivation. In all I think it
good for 3,000 Injshf Is of Cor., with a proportion
able quantity of small grain.
The Houses want no repair, and are sufficient
for entertaining CO or 70 boarders, with fine Sta
blery, Carriage-house, and Threshing Machine.
Xo building of any description is requisite for the
place at present.
The property is now positively offered at a price
so low that it will pay for itself in three years, by
attention to the Farm and House. Persons wish
ing to buy had better lose no time, as it shall be
sold, and the price at which it is offered will force
it immediately. Letters to my address, at this
Office, will meet prompt attention.
07" X EG ROES, for my own use, will be taken
at fair prices.
Application may be made, for prices and pay
ments, to the following Agents, viz: Maj. II. V,
Conner, of Salisbury ; James A. Johnston, Esq.,
Charlotte ; C. C. Henderson, Esq., Lincolnton,
and A. M. Burton, Esq., of Beattie's Ford, who
have the terms and will make sales.
WM. S. SIMOXTOX.
P. S. Attached to the Plantation is a fine stock
of Hogs and Cattle, and an outstanding Crop of
Corn say 2,000 bushels, which may bo had with
the plantation. W. S. S.
Catawba Springs, September 2G, 1835. tf
(XT' The Yorkville Journal of the Times will
insert the above until forbid, and forward the ac
count to Catawba Springs for payment.
To llcrchants, and others.
V LARGE QUANTITY of excellent white WR AP
PING PAPER, of ncwSfjaper size, now on hand,
and may be had on very cheap terms, bv application at
Oct. 10. f . THIS OFFICE.
LOOK AT THIS!
c iFAV GOODS
ALL ctiE VPI!
1AM now receiving, from ISew lrk and Phi
ladelphia, my Fall Supply of G O O D S ,
which have been selected with great care and at
tention, and bought from the latest styles, for the
Fall of 1835; consisting of
pg DRY GOODS,
!?KJism Hardware Cutlery,
The Public are most earnestly invited to call
and judge tor themselves.
Country Produce, of all kinds, bought at
the highest market prices.
CO" A liberal discount made to cash customers.
The subscriber feels grateful for past patronage,
and hopes, by strict attention to business, to me
rit a continuance of those favors bestowed upon
him by his friends and the public.
Salisbury, September 26, 1S35. p4
MOKi: AEW JEWELLERY.
THE Subscriber has just return
ed from Philadelphia, where he
purchased a rich assortmentof
bad WadaiBi CWa
Oftht most recent Fasnions
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Lever, "
I)o. do. Duplex, i batches
Ladies' Gold Lever and do. j
Plain English and Swiss
Fine Gold Fob-Chains and Keys ;
Fine Plated Fob-Chains and Keys ;
Ladies' Plated Xeck-Chains;
A rich assortment of Breast-Pins and Rings;
Fine Ear-Rings, Gold and Plated ;
Ladies' Jet, Silver, and Gilt Waist-Buckles;
Shell Music Boxes and Silver Pencils;
A large assortment of Spectacles for all Eyes ;
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Pocket Rooks;
Superior Wade and Butcher Cencave Razors;
Pocket Knives and Scissors;
Leather and Silk Money-Purses;
Ladies' large Tuck and Side-Combs ;
Do. Snuff-Boxes, and Thimbles;
Fine Plated Castors and Candle-sticks,
Together with Chains, Pistols, Seals, and Keys,
&.c. Also, Silver Spoons and Sugar-Tongs.
He hopes that his Friends and Customers will
call and see his fine assortment, and B U Y. He
will sell low for C ASH, or on a short credit.
Orders from a distance will be promptly filled.
Watches and Clocks repaired well, and IFar
ranted for Twelve Months. OCT" Old Gold and
Silver taken in exchange fr Jewellerv.
j JOHX C. PALMER.
Salisbury, September 12, 1835. tf
l?2tclical College ol S. Carolina,
rTMIE Annual course of Medical Instruction in
-. this Institution, will commence on the 2nd
Monday in Xovember next, and terminate on the
1st Saturday in March ensuing.
Anatomy. By William Hume, M. D.
Surgery. By Elias Horry Deas, M. D.
Theory and Practice of Medicine. By Tho
mas V. Simons, M. D.
Institutes of Medicine and Materia, Medica.
By Henry Alexauder, M. D.
Chemistry. By Charles Davis, M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of lFo;en and Child
ren. By Francis Y. Porcber, M. D.
Anatomical Demonstrations.-By II. W. Crouch
Q& Clinical Instruction will be daily afforded
at the Marine Hospital and City Alms House,
which are under the Medical direction of this Fa
culty ; also, in the Infirmary attached to the Col
lege, which is appropriated to negroes.
FRANCIS Y. PORCHER, M. D.,
Dean of the Faculty.
William Hume, M. D., Secretary.
Charleston, S. C, August 20, 1635. plO.
HORACE H. BEARD, Tailor,
11 ECIS leave to inform his friends, and the public
in general, that orders in his line will alwajrs
be thankfully received by him, and executed in the
most Neat, Fashionable, and Durable manner on
erms as reasonable as any in this section of coun
try. H. H. B. hopes, from his long practice of his
business, (a number of years of which time he
resided in the city of Philadelphia,) and from the
general satisfaction he has heretofore given to his
numerous respectable and fashionable customers, to
merit and receive a portion of the patronage of the
public in general.
He flatters himself that his CUTTIXG is
really superior to any done in this State, as may
be tested by the undisputed elegance of fit which
attends garments 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 oi
this country and of Europe 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 with
the same punctuality and care as if the customct
were present in person.
Salisbury, September 19, 1835. ly.-
North Carolina Roican County:
THIS DAY, was Committed to the
Jail of Rowan county, as a runaway,
a negro man, who says his name is
And that he belongs to Robert Har-
A4aL-Z--- ston of v irrinia. The said negro is
about 20 years of age ; about G feet high ; black
and sleek, (very likely.) The owner is requested
to prove property, pay charges, and take him away.
F. SLATER, Sheriff.
Salisbury, October 0, 1S35, 4f-
TE extract, from the Hand-bills accompanying
each Box. the following testimonials to me
efficacy of this valuable Medicine :
From the Rt. Rer. Levi S. Ives, D. D.y Bishop cf
Raleigh, March 2, 1835.
Having for the last three years, been intimately
acquainted with Dr. John Beckwith, oi this City,
and enjoyed his professional services, i wht, jno
sure in stating that his character as a Cbiisuan
gentleman and experienced Physician, entitles his
testimony, in regard to the use of his Anti clvspep
tic Pills, to the entire confidence of the publ.c.
My experience of the good effects of ihese Pills,
for two years past, satisfies me of their eminent
value, particularly in aiding in impaired digestion
and warding off bilious attacks.. Having been for 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
cess, to a liberal use of Calomel or blue Pill. But
since my acquaintance with the Anti-dyspeptic
Pill of Dr. Beckwith, which he 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 Governor Iredell.
August 21, 1835.
' Dr. Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills have beea
used in my family, which is a large one, with the
most beneficial effects. A number of my friends
who have been afflicted with the Dyspepsia, and
other disorders of the stomach, have spoken to
me in strong terms of the relief they experienced
from this remedy. Without the evidence I have
received from others, my intimate knowledge of
the professional and private character of Dr. Beck
with, for the last twenty ycais, justifies me in de
claring, that he would give no assurances of tacts
of his own experience, or of professional deduc
tions, of which he was not perfectly confident, and
on which the public might not safely relv.
From the Hon. George E. Badger.
Raleigh, Xov. 7, 1634.
For several years past, Dr Beckwith's Anti
D speptic Pills have been used as a domestic me
dicine in my family. 1 have myself frequently
used them for the relief of head ache, acid and
otherwise disordered stomach, resulting from im
prudence or excess in diet, and 1 have had many
opportunities of learning from others their effects,
when used by them for like purposes- My expe
rience and observation justify me in saving that
the relief afforded by the Pills is generally speedy,
and almost always certain that they may be ta
ken at any time without danger or inconvenience
and their operation is attended by no nausea or
disagreeable effects whatever- and though I have
known many persons use them, I have known none
who did not approve them none who sustained
an' injury, and none who failed to derive benefit
from their use. And upon the whole, I do not
hesitate to recommend them as an agreeable, safe,
and efficacious remedy in Dyspeptic affections
atid believe them myself to be the best Anti-dvs
peptic medicine ever offered to the public.
G. E. BADGER.
(s A constant supply of these Pills on hand;
and for sale, at THIS OFFICE.
September 5, 1835. m6
LIS'F OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE POST-OFFICE AT
Uucoliitou, Lincoln county, A. C.y
ON TH FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 18:i5.
A. .. William Aoword.
B. ..Casper Bringle, Giles Reel, David Barringer, John
1 Boiles. Catharine Bullinger, Matthias Barringer, Wil-
liam Barney (3C) Philip Burns.
C. ...Moses Cionmger, John Cockren, Bosten Clme
David and John Costner, Junas Cline, Henry Cresimer.,
D. ..Jobn Daniel, Salorn Duncan.
E. ..B. M. Edney, Daniel Eacre.
F. ..Josepb Foster, William Fulenwider (3,) Elizabcth
Fornebarger, Andrew Falls.
G. .E. Goodson.
II... Daniel Hollman, John Hovis, Lewis Iluit, James
Hartt, John Iloyle, Sr., Jacob Hill.
J...Thomas J. Jugnot, Ali Jones, John Johnson, Jos..
K. Irby, Reuben Jenkins, Henry Johnson, Penney Jar
rat, Able Jonas.
K... Abraham Keistler, Jacob Keener, Abraham Kee
ner, Elizabeth Killion or Simon Kilhon.
I..John K. Lawell, Mrs, M. Lorctz.
M....Mary Moorman, George Mauney, Marmaduke
Maples or Andrew Wilson, George Masteller and Ben
jamin Howard, Spyrus Murp!i3T, Nathaniel Mitchum.
Benjamin Miller, William Methvine (2,) Alexr. Mc
Corkle, Moses Martin.
P Elizabeth Parisb, Henry Peterson or Geo. Coons.
R...Solomon Ramsour, Elisba Rice, William Roper,
S... William Slade, John Shettey, Solomon Strcup
David Shell, Coonrad Seaboat, Daniel Seagle, Jacob
Sumey, Daniel G. Smith, Ely Star, Henry Speak, Sa
T... David Thornbury.
W...Jictheriecke Williams, John Wacaster, Jr., or
William Hill, John White, Margaret Willson, Joel
Williams, Solomon Wilson, James Witherspoon, Mr.
Y.7.Noah II. Yarbrough.
C. C. HENDERSON, P. M.
Lincolnton, October 10, 1835. p3
SSSfeTIIE 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, ia
cash. II is customers are notified that he will b&
ready to furnish them with GOOD BEEF on Mon-.
day, Wednesday, and Friday mornings of each
week the balance of the season.
September 5, 1835. tf.
4 Pair of Xorthern Horses ; well broke, welj
formed, and a capital Match. Any person
wishing such an article as this, combined with good
age, will call on the subscriber.
JOHX I. SHAVER.
Salisbury, Sept. 26, 1835,. tf