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lYcir, Cheap, anil TJoIraMc
PRIVATE CONVEYANCE, FOR
En tin a Kl&rket !
1 Y Virtue of a Deed of Trust to me executed.
f JMIK Trustees of the above Institutions having
selected .Mr. Alexander A. Hall, and Mrs. M.
HAVE just received, and are now . penmg, at j It. Hall, as Principals, would respecuuuv anaou.ac
their Store at the North-west corner of the j i to Parents and Ouardians, that the first session
Cour:h .ue square, in the building .rcupted as the , under Mr. and Mr-. Nail's instruction will cm
M. ..!: Hotel, a lar-e and splendid ns-ortment of , mence on Monday, the HIA of November next.
ff7 T S'J, I Rates of Tuition:
JL illl Will WW 11111,1 Vl.ft0 y
j Reading and N nting, per session, .
Kmbtacing al.in.it every article in ti e line of j m,-;,! Sciences and Belles Lettres, .
Urn-Goo Is llud-W nc Cutlery, CrocAt-; Languages
jy G iss wirc. Huts, Mi-irs. inucine$
Paints. Dye Stuffs, and Omen its.
Usually kept in Mercantile establishments, which!
Fxtra charges (or the Ornamental branches.
Music will be taught at the usual prices as ear
ly as arrangements can be made for a Music Tea-
thev off-r for sale LOW tor casb, or on credit to, cnr' . . . . . .:or,,iv B:tll
, , , The Recitation Rooms being conveniently itu-
icy- All kinds of Country Produce taken in pay
ment, and tor which the highest prices will be
Salisbury, Nov. 2S, 135.
.1201:2: xcw .is:i r:a.f.Ki:v.
TIIK Subscrihei has just return
ed from Phil;.d Inhin, where he
V purchased a rich assortmentof
'ated, the Latin, Jreek, and French Languages
together with Drawing and Painting, will be at
tended to in hth departments.
Cctr Hoard can be had, in respectable familcs,
at SI 50 per week
The Trustees hope, that the many advantages
derived to their Scciols, from location, giMul mo
ral society, and the qualifications of the instructor
and instructress, will induce a liberal portion ol
J iLzs-i ; ,
jr. ; V md m-i - - w j
0 us recent Fasnions.
Gentlemen's j-.ld and Silver Lever,
Do. do. Duplex,
Ladies' Gold Lever and do.
Plain English and Swiss
Fine Gobi Fob-Chains and Keys;
Fine Plated Fob Chains and Keys;
Ladies' Pined Neck-Chains;
A ncli assortment f Ureat-Pin and Rings;
Fine Far Rings, Gold and Plated;
Ladies' .!!, Silver, and Gill Waist. Buckles ;
Sic II Mu-ac Boxes and Silver Pencils;
A large assortment of Spectacles for all Eyes ;
Ladie.i' and Genlleuien'.-. Fine Pocket Books;
Superior Wade and Butcher Cencave Razors;
Poeket-Knivrs and Scissors;
.Leather and Sdk Money -Purses;
Ladies large Tuck and Side-Combs;
D i. Snulf-Boxes, and Thimbles;
Fine PKted Castors and Candle-st icks,
Together with Chains, Pistol, Seals, and Keys,
i;c. A'i), Sder Spoons and Sugar- longs.
F. DM I'M) P. RYAN, 1 ,
W. B. Rirj HFRFORD, ?
.MARTIN P. FA M, 3
WILLIAM TU ITTY, J
JOHN W ILK INS, Treasurer.
Ruthcrfordtoti, N. C, Oct. 31, 1S35. p7
RFCOM M FN DATIONS.
LixroLXTox, N. C Oct. 23, 1S33-
I have attended the several Examinations of the
Schools taught bv Mrs. Hall, in this place and vi
cinity, and 1 am of the opinion that the different
branches were taught with great accuracy.
Lincolxtcx, N. C, Oct. 23, 1833.
I take pleasure in saving, that I have occasion
ally visited Mrs. Hall's School, taught in this
place and vicinity, and also the Examinations of
the same; the progress of her pupils ave evidence
of ereat attention and ability in their instruction
S. P. SIMPSON.
C'Evrnr, Iredell Co., N. C, Oct. 20, 1S33.
This is to certify, that I attended the Examina-
Ile Imp" ih it h.s Friends and Cusfon.ers w ill ,, ,,f -.jr Alexander A. Hall's School, at this
ca'l and m"' his fine assortment, and B U I . He, part, ; t),e year 131, preiotis to his entering
will sell 1 iv fr C AS II , or n a s'ort crelit. College and completing his studies, and take plea
Orders f.- in a distance will be promidly filled. Sure in testifying to the care and ability which
W ;.t Ins n:.d loeks repaired well, and n r- , j evidently been devoted to the instruction o
ranhd for Tirtht Mmths. (r O'd (i"M and ,,j M1)i,, ' JAMES Me REE.
Silver taken ;n excliange ..r Jewell i.
JOH N r. P LMER.
Salisbury, September 12, l3o. tf
l mm mm mm V
lincohitoit mllafc Jlcndeiiuj
r 'HE Subscriber resped fully announces to Pa
- rents und the friends of outli generally, that
h has made arrangements to take charge of this
Iiis'itiition, am that the exercises will comiii'M ci
fTMlE Exercises of this Instiiutto'i were resu- ,ie :rsf Manila? in January next. Being
whtllv i.nconn-cted with any other pursuits, in
iiK .I nn ihf I at T,.,ii!i'i in thin mniA. under
the conduct of the firmer competent and er ac
complished Tut reuses, Mrs. P .Ik and Miss D "ig
IMIE Public are respect fulh informed that the
Subscribers have provided theinelves with a
neat and easy -riding OMNIBUS, a team of first
rate Horses, and an obliging and experienced Dri
ver, for the purpose oi accommodating all who
may have occaMon, or desire to employ private
conveyance from Charlotte to any of the neigh
boring 1 owns.
Terms of Hire, very Reasonable.
The vehicle is capable of containing srrrvi persons
with the greatest convenience, and is so construct
ed that a distance of forty or fity miles per day
may be performed with perfect ease to passengers.
Gentlemen or tamihes who stop in Charlotte
for the purpose of visiting the Gold Mines in the
neighborhood, can be accommodated with an Om
nibus, and a driver who is acquainted with the
country, at all times. B. P. BOl D & CO.
Charlotte, Nov. 7, l3o.
N. B. There are tiro lines of Stages from Salis
bury to the North, and two from Yorkville to the
bv William Dtsiniikes, for the purposes there-j
in expressed. 1 will expose to Public Sale, in the
Town f Wadesboroiigh, on Monday, the Wth
day of January next, the following TRACTis Or
LAND ()NK TRACT
Coiitaiiiiiipr 2TO teres,
Lying on the Gobi Mine Branch, known by the
name of the Pinion Land ; this 'Tract has GOLD
on it, as several pieces have been found by Mr.
Dismukes and others; the soil is suitable to the
growth of Corn, Wheat, and Cotton.
Containing 35 Acres,
The one-third interest, the other two-thirds be
longing to Jacob Austin, and the heirs of Jona
IE extract, from the Hand-bills accompanying
" each Box, the following testimonials to the
etlieacy of this valuable Medicine :
From the lit. Rev. Leri S. Jrcsy D. D., Bishop vf
Raleigh, March 2, 1635.
Having, for the last three ears, been intimately
acquainted with Dr. John Beckwilh, el this City,
ai.d enjoed his professional services., 1 take plea
sure in staling that his character as a Christian
gentleman and experienced Physician, entitles his
testimony, in regard to the use of his Anti dyspep
tic Pills, to the entire confidence of the public
My experience of the good effects of these 11113,
for two ears past, satisfies me of their eminent
value, particularly in aiding in impaired digestion
and warding off bilious attacks. Having been for a
HORACE II. BEARD, Tailor,
I EGS leave to inform his friends, and the public
in general, that orders in his line will always
le 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. II. II. 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.
CO" He Hatters himself that his CUTTING 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 le satisfied that their orders will always be
executed iti the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will be attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the customet
were present in person.
Salisbury, September 10, 135. ly.
promises to devote his attention exclusively to the
business of teaching, and will spare no pains to
lass. The J'nislees renew the assurances thev ir,t(.rt the minds of those placed under his care
formerly gave, as to the great advantages of thi j.,, !1K r,.tuler instruction at one delightful and
Seh. M.J. If health, and great moral and literary : profitable. Great care will le tak:i to prevent
instruction be aimed at, they say with confidence, tP f..nnatioii ,,f idle and diolute habits, and a
that there are few institutions more likely to af-! punctual attendance to the duties of the IiMitu-
ford them than this. rrt1T? rni.'rpi.v. ition will be riL'idly required.
As the opinion to some extent prevails, that to-i
Morganton, N. C, Nov. 7, l-3.. if
- . i r
mueii time is spent in acquiring a Kiiowieogeoi
100 IjO.S'P words, the SulxcriW would observe that in his
1 ONE Hundred Dollar Bill, payable at the; course of instruction mi classical literature, n tni-
Patriotic Bank, at Wasnuigtou city, dated ' nute analysis of words will le taught, with their
ll'J, No. not recollected, was lost ,, the suhscri-; combination in the construction of sentences, and
ber between Morganton and Salbur v . on the every thing pertaining to a thorough acquaintance
main stage road. Udwecn the lllb and lGih iust.iwith tho-e beautiful and imjMirtaut Languages of
A reward of -$20 will be given to any person find
ing and delivering said note to R. C. Pearson, Eq.,
at Morg.ui'oii, N. C.
Nov. 21,13.1. F. A. MOORE.
P. S. 1 think it probable that there were some
two or three small bills Iot at the same time as
above. F. A. M.
fc .V V X -V AA 11 U
4 QUANTITY os Foolscap, ad Wrap-
piflSJ -AIlJR, lest quihtv tnanutactured
at :.:e Salem Paper Mill, now on hand anil for sale
at THIS OFF ICE.
Xoveinlier 2S, l'i3'5. tf
To TlciTli.'Uit., ;m! ol!ier.
4 I.ARGK QUANTITYof excellent white WRAP--kV
lj.'i i'AI'Kll, of nevvstap.r siz, no-.vni hitnl,
and 'a iv m ha I on very chean tons l-v .n lir -tion nt
Oct. 1(1. f ' THIS OFTI F.
The following will compose the course of stu
dies, viz :
Gould's Latin Grammar, Latin Reader, Virgil,
Cicero, S.dlust, Horace, (Gould's Editio Expur
gafa.) Goodrich's Greek Grammar, Greek Rea
der, Greek Testament, Xenonhen, Greca Majora,
It is hoped that the well known salubrity of
Lincolnton, the industrious and moral character
of the citizens, together with the cheapness and
excellence f board, will iu-ure to this Iu-titution,
a hlieral share of public patronage.
To Country 3Ierchants.
rIIE Subscriber begs leave inform his cus-a-
turners and friends generally, that be is nw
receiving his Fall supply of Goods ; w hich con
sists of a general, heavy, and well selected assort
W a W m .B-NJ mmt mm mm m, W W W mm
Lltivdu :vv A: Chiller v
MATS AND SHOCS,
V tthoiit furiher eouiiu.. ration, his Stoc k coin
prises almost every article now in common uc in
this country It is inferior to none in Favet'eville.
C. J. OR R ELL.
N. B. Personal and trict attention will U given
to the receiving ami forwarding Goods ; receiving
Cotton and other Produce for Storage, Sale, or
Shipment as the owner may direct. C. J. O.
Brn k Row, Haymouut,
Favetteviile, September 19, 1 "3."i. O n
a s: ; no Va i r o iz s .1 a .
than Austin, which can be bought on reasonable tin,e subject to the annual recurrence of
terms. This Tract contains the celebrated Gold j&ucli attacks, 1 was in the habit of resorting for
Mine where a piece of Gold weighing G lbs. ! security against them, and with a very partial sue
was found. This Mine has ielded upwards f: cess, to a liberal use uf Calomel or blue Pill. But
Ten Thousand Dollars worth of Gold without the ! "ce my acquaintance with the Anti-dyspeptic
i n ii c 1 l 1 : -1 i i i i .1
aid of machinery. 1 am confident this amount. ; 1 111 ur- nt'CKwim, wnicn ne prescnoeu in me
or more, could be gotten from this mine, if pro
perly worked by men of science, and the know
ledge of .Mining.
Containing 100 Acres,
Known as the Jesse Baruett Trac ; it is excellent
Land and under good improvement.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
A LEX A NDER W . BRA N DO N,
Wadesboro', Nov. 2S, IS 35. (7t) 'Trustee.
V A. TO W yi C 13 1
Or The Spoktinq axd Dramatic Compmon,
Embelislied vvitn a multitude of Engravings, inclu ling
Portraits of celebrated winning Horses, Philosophi
cal and Natural phenomena. Legerdemain, &.c.
IT is now six months since this publication was com
menced in Philadelphia and although the publish
ers have us"l no extraneous means to circulate a
first instance himself, I have not been under the
necessity of using Mercury in any form, besides,
being wholly exempt from billious attacks. Seve
ral members of my family are experiencing the
same beneficial ellects. L. S. IVES.
From Governor Iredell.
ArrsT 21, 1P35.
Dr. Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills have been
used in my family, which is a large one, with the
most beneficial efleets. A number of my friends
who have been alllieted 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 yeais, justifies me in de
claring, that he would give no assurances of facts
of his own experience, or of professional dednc-
L-ruiv I...! irf of it-j merits .-t i.rli k ihe at ist;iff ion
manifested by that portion of the public w ho have been , tions, of w hich be was riot perfectly confident, and
made acquainted with its character and contents, that on wlncli the public might not safely rely
its I'st of patrons continues constantly and rapidly to
increase. I ins paper is now distributed regularly eve
ry week over a wide portion of the Union, and ihe
most satisfactory assurances are received that it will
eventually become one of the most popular among the
numerous excellent periodicals which issue from the
American press, rso exertions will be spared to esta
From the Hon. George E. Badger.
Raleigh, Nov. 7, 1S34.
1-or several years past, lr. Jieckwith s Ann.
yyiLL be sold, at tin Courthouse door in Salis
bury, on the 1st day o' Jn f y, IS.Jd, u i
der an Order of the Court l" Pie:is and Quarter
Sessions for the Count v i R wan,
The property .f J eph Bum. r . A credit of six
months wiil be given, the pu-ehaser ivmg bond
with approved s ni itv.
BCRTON i RAICE, Guardian.
November 2S, I "35. tf
I Tv l l i i
blisli its perma. ent reputation more ext nsively; an.t it Lpepllc .us huh- ueen ueu as a uomestic n.e
tlie liberal sanction of those for whom it is especially diciue in my family. I have myself frequently
designed shall warrant, its future improvement both used them for the relief of head ache, acid and
as regar Is typographical neatness and embellishment ( otherwise disordered stomach, resultn-f fiom
will be materially advanced. prudeuce or excess in diet, and 1 have'had n
OT I he different I'l ays anl t arces that .will appear 0pp0rt,,nities of learning from others thtir effects
in the course ot a year, of the;nseives, will be worth , V , , , .
, - . i- u m, ttlini Used b them tor like purposes. Mv exne-
mnn tlsiti Four tim.s the amount ot siibscrintion. ihe . -. ' ' '
following is a hst of those which have already appeared : j nence ad ob-rvation ji.stily me in saving that
and almost always certain that they irav 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
j who did not approve them none who sustained
any injury, and none who fail, d to derivo bmefit
from their use. And upon the w hole, I do not
hesitate to recommend them as an agreeable, safe,
and efficacious remedv in iKsneotu- iiff-.tl.Lnc
anu oeiiere tueni mvseit to he die best Anti dvs.
Charles t!ie First.
Is She a Ir gand. . .
The Hunchback. . . .
The Deep. Deep Sea. .
Shakspeare's Early Days.
Quite Correct. . . . .
Beirtrar of H.'t!mal Green.
Husbands an I Wives.
Man of Ten Thousand. .
The Ladies' M:in.
I'll Tell You What . .
The Golden Fanner. . .
0:V"np:C Devils. ...
English in India. . . .
Sh i kt)" are Festival. . .
The East Indian. . . .
.Mv Friend the Governor.
II. I. Smith.
J. S. Knowles.
J. R. IMar.che.
C. A. Somerset.
R. P. Smith.
J. S. Knowles.
William E. Barton, 'and
Benjumn Webster, peptic medicine ever offered t the public
G. L. BADGER.
F. M. Reynolds. j
IM i'ich 1) nice.
. W. T. MoncriefT.
W. G. Lewis.
J. R. Planclie.
v ictortue II. M. M ilner.
The O nmbus
The Child of Nature.
The Duel. . . .
Tie Sisters. . . .
Mv .Neighbour's Wif
R. Ii. Peake.
Public Safe !
mmmmmmmm, m mm mm
- ,W" T - " . " r ! I N pursuance of an O.d-r of the County Court
LanLMianes and Mathematics, per Scsimi of 23; g of i( i -M . k .,,. o.
OW, ,1,1 , ' ... . ...Ml, k.IH-, IMI llt-
weeks, - - - 81 0,00
English Grammar, and Geography, - 7,50
J. A. WALLACE.
NovernW 25 135. 0
ssrs. JSilillsr. Tef ale. Sans, & sjo.'s
Counting from Campbell Courthouse. Virginia, as
.Advertised for ISJ5.
v ednesdav, J
Thury sz Fri.'y i
.Camplll C. II.
Yancey v ille,
Brow n Store.
rummr II s.
State. I Landlords, jlih'
( 'alia way,
lx inathv 's Forge,
( 'iitaw l.:i Springs,
OZr Twenty-two Appointments in three hundred and fifteen miles, will n,nle nn average of
inir;eeu nines eacn cay. JOHN .MILLER, Advertiser.
Al? rnat by,
premises of the late Samuel I'pri-dit. deceased.
i the 10th day i f Decunber next,
Two .(5n Tlfii,
I Bf b.nging to the estate of said Foriht, together
with a small quantity of Corn, Wheat, and Hav.
A credit of twelve months will Ik? given, the pur
chaser givinj bond with aimroved security.
THOMAS SMITH, Ad minist rator.
November 17, lw35.
4 LL persons indebted to the Estate of Francis
Wilson, deceased, are earnestly requested to
make immediate payment to me at Cheraw : and
those having demai.ds against said Estate will
band me their claims properly attested.
RK HARD P1IELAN, Adm'r.
Cheraw, Nov. 28, 1635. 3t
To the Jail of Buncombe county, on
the btb instant, a Negro man, who
says his name is
dark complected ; five feet eight or
ten inches high ; stout built ; about 30 or 35 years
old ; had on a suit of home-spun, very much worn,
and says he lielongs to a man by the name of Mil
ler, who purchased him of Lamar of Augusta.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pav charges, ami take him away.
E. IL CUNNINGHAM, Jailor.
Asheville, N. C November 28 !835 3l
To the EntcrpriziKi?!
IWILL GIVE an admirable seat f .ra Factory,
or other water machinery, to any person who
wishes to enter into such pursuits. The seat is
on the Yadkin River, 2 J miles below Stokes' Fer
ry, in Montgomery county. 1 will also give with
it a small quantity of Land. The scite is unsur
passed for cenveuience and water power. Apply
on the premises, to W. C. BURIAGE- "
. . James Kenney.
. . Tyrone Power.
Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp.
frp-The Sirtinc: Intelligence (at home and abroad")
occupies u considerable jortion of our columns, and is
collected from the most authentic sources. Among the
Portraits of celebrated Winning Horses which have
been givn, ar
The American Trotting Horse. Edwin Forest.
The Imported Racing Horse, Messenger.
The fivourite Racing Mare, Ariel, and her foal,
Bond's celebrated Trotting Horse. Norfolk Phenome
non. Ti.e true b!oded popular Horse Chateau Margnux.
The well kiur.n Engli-b Rice Horse, Touchstone.
The noted Blool-iiorse Huadig, the winner of the
Derby Stakes in June, lSt5.
A correct Picture of a Race Course, occupy ing the
widtli of seven columns.
A complete treatise on Riding, with Fourteen Illus
trations, for the improvement of Ladies in that most
healthy of all exercises.
Explanation of the Automaton Chess Player, illustra
ted by Eleven Engravings.
The subjects which are particularly embraced
in the Yade .Mecnni will be nior" distinctly understood
from the following summary of them :
The Turf and all matters connected therewith.
On the Structure and Character of the Horse.
On the Improvement of Horned Cattle.
Rules for Novices in Shooting.
Methods for Feeling and Training Dogs.
Biographies of celebrated Horses, with their Port
raits. Hunting, Fishing, Fowling, &c.
Apptoved Games, from lloyle and others.
Criticisms on Plays and Actors.
The most popular Songs, st t lo music.
The Art of Legerdemain Illustrated.
A variety of Recipes adapted to Domestic Economy.
An Epitome of important passing events.
Gentlemen's quarterly Review of the Fashions.
fjj To Agents and others a Premium, consisting
of Two Volumes, 500 pipes each, neatly bound, of the
Xm-f list's Magazine, containing eight different Novels,
by the most popular authors, will be presented to an
Agent or others who shall procure fair names to the
Modem Acting Drama, or the Gentleman's Vade Me
cum, and remit the amount of one year's subscription
(s3) for each.
This journal is printed weekly, on large imperial pa
per, with new type, at Three Dollars per Annum, pay
able in advance. Specimen numbers will be sent to
any part of the Union, bv addressing the publishers,
postage paid. SMITH &. ALEXANDER.
No. 3, Athenian Buildinps, Fra klin Place, Phila.
VN extensive stock of BLANKS of every kind,
natlv printed, on fine paper, kent constantly on
A constant supply of these Pills on hand
and for sale, at TillS OFFICE.
September 5, 1 '35. lrf;
Current iruc oi rodtu-c, &c.
AT SALISBURY December 2, 135
- 10 a i Molasses. . . . 50
. 25a(HVXaiIs, .... P n 10
a 4o'Oats, . . . . 2f a 25
. 12'v a Rve, . . . 75
25 a 3 Sugar, brown, . VA) a 12
. 12 a 13, loaf, . . Ma 20
. 16 h l-.Salt, ... 112 a 125
. 25 a 0O"Tallow ... 1(1
a 3'-jTobacco, ... S a 20
.6 0 n (vV: Wheat, (bushel) f-0 a 100
. 100 Whiskev, . . . 30 a 35
Bacon, . . .
Cotton, in seed,
Co tie e, . . .
Feathers, . .
Flour, . . .
Linseed Oil, per gallon, Si 25
AT FA YETTE V I L LE November 2G.
Bacon, . . .
Beeswax, . .
Corn, . . .
Flaxseed, . .
Flour, . . .
Feathers, . .
8 a 0 Iron, . .
a 5u Molasses, . .
30 a 35 Xails, cut, . .
22 a "J3 Sugar, brown,
12 a 14.! lump, .
. 13 a 1-1$;
55 a fit) Salt,
1-10 a 150, Wheat,.
.01 R) a 7K Whiskey,
a 35; Wool, .
4 a 5
32 a 34
0 a 11
10 a 17
65 a 70
30 a 32
16 a 13
AT CHERAW, (S. C.) November 23, 1535.
Bacon, . .
Beeswax, . .
Coffee, . . .
Fh.x-seed, . .
Feathers, . .
Iron, . .
Molasses, . .
9 a lliXails and Brads, .
. 14 a 17j io. lump, . .
13i a 141 do. loaf, . .
(5 a 7-riSalt, per sack,
.100 a 12 j do. bushel, .
.750 a (M0j:"otton Bagging,.
. 00 a 9t'b Bale Rope .
. 35 a WijWheat, . . .
4 a ."jWool
. 40 a 40iWhiskev, . . .
10 a 124
14.1 a 10
10 a 17
(I a :mh
60 a 7(
25 a 30
10 a 1
10 a IS
40 a 47
RATES OF EXCHANGE
At thv Merchant's Bank of S. Carolina, af Cheraw ;
Checks on New York, . . I per cent. prem.
do, Charleston, . per cent. prem.
AT COLUMBIA, (S. C.) November CO, 15.
hand and for sale., at
Bacon, . . .
Beeswax, . .
Butter, . . .
Coflee, . . .
Cotton, . .
Flour, . .
ft a 10, Lard,
. 12 a 14
. 371 a 40
.tCP ! TO
. 40 a 50) Mackerel, . .
. 15 a 10 Salt, in sacks,
. 20 a 25 bushel, .
. 15 a 10 Sugar, brown,
. 02 n 70 loaf & lump, l4- 2
. 14 a 14? Tallow, . . . 11 12
9i0 a rPr,P 100 n 1T2
. 5) a 51 Whiskey, . . . 40 a 45
20 a 275
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AT CAMDEN, S. C November 21.
Raeon, . . . 10 a U I Com 75 a 00
Bre.'y, peachy 4o - 50 1 FW, . . . S50 IPOO
Do. apple, . 3 n 40 J Whent 137 a 1"0
Cotton, . . .13i a 14 j Whiskey, . . . 35 a 40