North Carolina Newspapers

fc A Splendid
of S2s,cks5
Salisbury, (X. C.) lu Italcigli, (X. C.)
mm - - 1
A NXIOUS to afford every facility to the Travelling
Nit.lir. nnw nnoiin that thev have completed
all their arrangements and can with truth say, U e pre
you wiihli lAne of Hacks isrssinv
any other, rf you tris emJ""l
despatch having obtained
turn niivmz ouwuicu uiaii,v.
all Traveller
7io detention on the road. It is so ar
is also a Line of Stages from llaleigh to INoriuiK, via.
Tarborouo-h, Murfreeborousrh, Winton, &c, over one
of the best Natural itoads "in the United States. At
orfolk Uicre will be no detention, as uit'iw
... - ---- - . t.
Kteam-D.its for Baltimore in connexion with im line,
i line also connect- withonefrom Raligh toNewberru
The arrivals at Salisbury is regulated altogether I
tho departure of the Piedmont Line South, and t
Great Western Line for Nashville, Tennessee, via
Lincolnton, Rutherfbrdton, Abbeville, Knoxville, &,c.
Leaves the Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, TUESDAY nd
SATURDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M. after the arrival of
the Piedmont Stage from the South am ves in
next day at 9 o'clock, P. M. leaves Raleigh TULS
DAV and SATURDAY at 2 o'clock, A. M., arrives in
Halisbury next days by 4 o'clock, P. M. allowing suf
ficient ti'me on the road for SLEEP.
0r- Tho Hacks are Albany make, entirely new, and
fir comfort and cane; the Teams
arc excellent, the Drivers careful nnd attentive,
the Fare low only SEVES DOLLARS all u
mediate distances 7 cents per mile.
' 03- Passengers from the South who wish to take
our Line will bo careful to enter to Sulisbury only.
(T All Bundles and Packages at the risk of the
insF.Plf L. MORING.
t q T,;. r.;nr. from Salisburu to Baltimore is S
t-; '
Vtriijj' l until. ..y l
April 11, 130.
The Fare from Raleigh lo Washington City
amounts to 819 50, as follows:
From Raleigh to Blakley, Stage Fare,
Fredoricksburg to Washington City, Steam-
Prist Varo
The Steam-Rvit Fare from Petersburg to Baltimore,
via. Norfolk, is Four Dollars. .
7 1
JJinCOlntOll JflalC ICaaCmy.
- .. tr. p.
'IMiKaubanDer rep
rents ana tne irienos oi yum.,
he has made arrangements to ake charge of this
jusiiiuiion, uuu iirni me " .
tho first Mondav in January next, lieing
tK nnv nther nursuits. he. I
ranged as to correspond, in its arrivals at luicign , w,m v u . ;n MercaniiIc establishments, which wsumnny, m regaru to . --f-rr
the departure of the following Sups, viz: The Great J L w f , dil t0 t,c Pills, to the entire confidence of the public.--
Daily Line to Blakely, North-Carolina, pacing through n,G ' My experience of the good effects of these Pills,
Wsburg, W'arrenton.and Halifax; at the latter place Puaa" for two years past, satisfies me of their eminent
rival 7t that Place you have the choice of two Lines- lf Salisbury, Nov. 29, 1835. long tune subject to the annual recurrence of
either by land to Washington City, via. Richmond and . such attacks, I was in the habit of resorting lor
bv Steam-Boat to Norfolk. There Tllil'tl and IjASX Call- security anainst them, and with a very partial sue-
Pl,L- ou tn lfter. hiirnr. uail-ltoau rare, o
1, r;limnrwi. Stmrfi i are. . l
TIJrhmnnd to Fredericksburfr, Stao-e 1 are, o
promts to devote his attention exclusively to the Languages, . . . . . SL o0
business of leaching, and will spate no pains to Extra charges for the Ornamental branches,
interest the miud3 of those placed under his care, Music will Ik? taught at the usual prices as ear
go as to render instruction at once delightful and y as arrangements can be made for a Music Tea
profitable. Great care will be taken to prevent ciicr.
the formation of idle and dissolute habits, and a The Recitation Rooms being conveniently situ
punctual attendance to the duties of the Institu- nted, the Latin, Greek, and French Languages,
tion will be rigidly required, together with Drawing and Painting, will bo at.
As the opinion to some extent prevails, that too tended to in both departments,
much time is spent in acquiring a knowledge of 07- Hoard can be had, in respectable familes,
words, the Subscriber would observe thit in his at SI 50 per week.
course of instruction on classical literature, a mi. The Trustees hope, that the many advantages
riutc analysis of words will be taught, willi their derived to their Sceools, from location, good mo
combination in the construction of sentences, and ral society, and the qualifications of the instructor
every thing pertaining to a thorough acquaintance an(j instructress, will induce a lilwral portion of
with those0 beautiful and important Languages of patronage. EDMUND BRYAN, ,
Antiquity. JOHN McENTYRE, ?
' -I- -' - . ... .1
The following will compose me course 01 &iu.
dies, viz : .
Gould's Latin Grammar, Latin Reader, irgil,
Cicero, Sallust, Horace, (Gould's Editio Expur
gata,) Goodrich's Greek Grammar, Greek Rea
der, Greek Testament, Xenophen, Greca Mujora,
D;iv's Algebra.
It is hoped that the well known salubrity of
Lincolnton, the industrious and moral cnaracier
of the citizens, together with the cheapness and
excellence of board, will insure to this Institution,
a liberal share of public patronage.
Lanfniacs and Mathematics, per Session of 23
weeks, - - - SI 0,00
English Grammar, and Geography, - - 7,50
November 25, 1835. -Cw-
jvotici:. "
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Francis
Wilson, deceased, are earnestly requested to
make immediate payment to mo at Cheraw ; and
those having demands against said Estate will
hand me their claims properly attested.
Cheraw, Nov. 2S, 1835. 3t
To the Jail of Buncombe county, on
thn nth instant, a Xeirro man, who
aw w
say his name is
dark complected ; five feet eijht or
ten inches high ; stout built ; about .50 or J., years
old : had on a suit of home-spun, v ery much worn,
sheville, N. U.t Aovemier oi
QUANTITY of Foolscap, and Wrap-
ninST PAVEU, bct quality manuiaciurea
at the Salsm Paper Mill, uow on hand and for sale
at A 111a ur r 11..
November 28, 1S35.
To llcrcliat, and other.
t tp.p nn wnTYof excellent white WRAP-
P1N(; PAPER, of newspaper huo, now on hand.
mav be had ca very Ciieap ".VVVFPirr
Oct. "10. f 1 11119 Vl CJJ
i u ,n nima t.i n man uv uie iiamuui .mi- con nisiivu mi t .-"-.-,
I .1 11.1 I.. a .. I i.lli t ff Vt- M ht
, uA v.'.m nf Lnmar of Augusta. ass. 1 he I rupees renew the
jer, wna nurcnaacu ...... . - -r- -
m, :-. retort tn rome forward, nrove formerly cave, as to tlie creat auva
iiie owner n . i- , ' 7. , , , , - .
v obnrres. and take lum awav. SchtKil. If health, and great moral
11 V. H. CUNNINGHAM, Jailor. instruction le aimed at, they say w
IVcw, Cheap, and HcsiraMe
HAVE just received, and are now opening, at
their Store at the North-west corner of the
Courthouse square, in the building occupied as the
Mansion Hotel, a large and splendid assortment of
Fall and 1 Vintcr Goods ;
. .. r 1
Embracing almost every article in the line ot
Uard-Warc. Cutlery, C
" Class-ware. Hats. Shoes, .Medicines,
.- .
A Lb those indebted to the late lirm ot .viurpny
o wr 1.1
& JIoss, are requested to settle the same by I
r. w - .1 1 I ! 1 !
, ,,,. ljnn,l n(1,Min
. t rit .i.inii.'irv nft: mose iiiiimir iu j i
o, may
the hands of an Oilicer niter that da
December 5, 1635.
npi,K Subscriber begs leave to inform his friends
that ho has JUST KKUElYhlJ the Latest
I . I .
a full suit of clothes in txecnty-four hours, in cases
of emergency
OCT One or two Workmen are wanted, who can
come well recommended.
Concord, N. C, Dec. 5, 1835. p3
IIIE Trustees of the above Institutions having
selected Mr. Alexander A. Hall, and Mrs. M.
R.Hall, as Principals, would respectfully announce
to Parents and Guardians, that the first session
Mrs. IIairs instruction wiu com.
m Mondayt the IGth of November next.
, ... . .
ueaaing ana ruing, per session,
. 8G
Natural Sciences and Ilellcs Lettrcs, S10
JOHN WILKINS, Treasurer.
Rutherfordton, N. C, Oct. 31, 1S35. p7
Lincolnton, N. C, Oct. 23, 1835
1 have attended the several Examinations of the
Schools taught by Mrs. Hall, in this place and vi
cinity, nnd I am of the opinion that the different
branches were taught with creat accuracy.
Lincolnton, N. C, Oct. 23, 1635.
1 take pleasure in saying, that I have occasion
ally visited .Mrs. Hall's Schools, taught in this
place and vicinity, and also the Examinations of
the same ; the progress of her pupils gave evidence
of great attention and ability in their instruction.
Centre, Iredell Co., N. C, Oct. 20, 1835.
This is to certify, that I attended the Examina
tion of Mr. Alexander A. Hall's School, at this
place in the year 1831, previous to his entering
College and completing his studies, and take plea
sure iu testifying to the care and ability which
had evidently been devoted to the instruction of
his pupils. JAMLS McRLE.
mmf w) m m mm m m m m m a mm
fflDE Exercises of this Institution were rcsu
med on the 1st Moaday in this months under
the conduct of the former competent and very ac
Mrs. Polk and Miss Doug-
assurances they
ntaiies of this
and literary
ith confidence,
imai ineru msiuuuuiw unviy -
loru tnem man im. TE TRtjSTEES.
Morganton, N. C, Nov. 7, l35.
To the InterprizEu!
-ir WILL GIVE an admirable seat for a Factory,
jl or other 1
water machinery, to any person who
wishes to enter into such nursuits. The seat is
on the Yadkin River, 2 $ miles below Stokes Per
rv. in Montgomery county. 1 will also give with
it a small quantity of Land. The scite is unsur
passed for convenience and water power. Apply
on the premises, to , o. lUttlAuL.
BailllS, JJyelllfS, ana urocerics, I gentleman ana experienced uy&iuiau, i-imucs
Becliiritli's A.nli-Iysicitic
WE extract, from the Hand-bills accompanying
pnrh Boy. the following testimonials to the
e(ficacy 0f this valuable Medicine:
prom te jrf jjfr. ,rj g. reSt D. J Bishop of
Xorth Carolina.
Raleigh, March 2, less.
Having, lor the last tnrce years, ueen luumaieiy
..-in,. WIth nr. John Beckwith. of this City,
and enjoyed his professional services, 1 lake plea-
Lure in statin- that his character as a Christian
cess, to a liberal use ot Calomel or uiue i in. uui
V.. . . 1 11 Il-ll IV-.
since my acquaintance with the Anti-dyspeptic
It'll r Ik 11 M ...I '-t- l. in
i - iii ni ir. upckw i . which 11c ucstuw-u m m..
;,Kto,n i.;mcir I l.v not hrnn under the
... ...
necessity ui usui iiruuiy m iwim, uv- .uv,
being w holly exempt from bullous attacks, seve
ral members ot my lamily are experiencing tnc
same benenciai enecis. i. a
From Governor Iredell.
August 21, 1833.
Dr. Peukwith's Anti-Dvspeptic Pills have been
used in nir fumilv, which is a large one, with the
most beneticuil ellects. A number of my mends
who have been afllictcd 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 o
the professional and private character of Dr. Leek
with, for the last twenty years, justifies me in de
claring, that lie would give no assurances of facts
of his own experience, or ot prolessional deduc
tions, of which he was not perfectly confident, and
on which the public might not safely rely.
From the Hon. George E. Badger.
Raleigh, Nov. 7, 1834.
For several years past, Dr. Beckwith's Anti
Dyspeptic Pills have been used as a domestic me
dicine in my family. I have myselt Irequently
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 ol learning Irom others their ellects
when used by them for like purposes. luy expe
rience and observation justify me in saying that
the relief afforded by the Pills is generally speedy
and almost always certain that they may le ta
ken at any time without danger or inconvenience
and their operation is attended by no nausea or
disagreeable efiects whatever and though 1 have
known many persons use them, I have known none
who did not approve them none who sustained
any injnry, and none who failed to derive benefit
rom their use. And upon the whole, I do not
icsitate to recommend them as an agreeable, safe
and elTicacious remedy in Dyspeptic affections
and be Here them myself to be the best Anti-dys
peptic medicine ever onered to the public.
CCT" A constant supply of these Pills on hand
and for sale, at THIS OFFICE.
September 5, 1835. mG
THFI Subscriber has just return
tti C-r I1 tl lr1 .l t i ii' A
-U II lllll X UUUUI l'IIIU U 111.1 U 11
i.jlj purchased a rich assortmentof
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Lever,
Do. do. Duplex,
Ladies Gold Lever and do.
Plain English and Swiss
Fine Gold Foh-Chains and Keys;
Fine Plated Fob-Chains and Keys ;
Ladies' Plated Neck-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 Books;
Superior Wade and Butcher Ccncave Razors ;
" Pocket-Knives and Scissors;
Leather and Silk Money-Purses;
Ladies' large Tuck and Side-Combs ;
Do. Snutf-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 rriends and Customers will
call and see his fine assortment, and B U Y . He
will sell low for CASH, or on a short credit.
Orders from a distance will be promptly filled.
atches and Clocks repaired well, and W ar-
ranted for Turelct Months. 07 Old Gold and
Silver taken in exchange for Jewellery.
Salisbury, September 12, 1635. tf
roes !
On the first (huj of January next,
T WILL Hire, at the Courthouso in Salisbury,
for one year, to the highest bidder, on the usu
al terms, about
Belonging to the Estate of Dr. Stephen L. Fer
rand, deceased.
And at the same time and place, 1 will Rent, for
one year, the Dwelling-House and Lots,
with all the improvements thereon, in the Town of
Salisbury, formerly occupied by the deceased.
Also, 1 will Rent for a like term, several umm
proved Lots in said Town.
R. MACNAMARA, Administrator.
December 1, 1835. 4t
4 N extensive stock of BLANKS of every kind,
V neatly printed, on fine paperf kept constantly on
haud and for sale, at THIS OFFICII
THE Public are respectfully informed that the
Subscribers have provided themselves with a
neat and easy-riding OMNIBUS, a team of first
rate Horses, ana an obliging ana e.xpenencea in
ver, for the purpose of accommodating all who
may have occasion, or desire to employ private
conveyance from Charlotte to any of the neigh
boring Towns.
Terms of Hire, very Reasonable.
The vehicle is capable of containing seven persons
with the greatest convenience, and is so construct- J
ed that a distance of forty or fity miles per day-
may be performed with perfect ease to passengers.
Gentlemen or families 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. 15. P. BO 1 D Ss CO.
Charlotte, Nov. 7, 1835.
JC. B. There are tiro lines of Stages from Salis
bury to tho North, and tico from Yorkville to the
South. t
S21 the IWarket !
TY Virtue of a Deed of Trust to me executed,
by William Dismukes, for the purposes there
in expressed, 1 will expose to Public Sale, in the
Town of Wadesborough, on Monday, the 11th
day of January next, the following TRACTS OF
Containing 250 Acres,
Lying on the Gold 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
than Austin, which can be bought on reasonable
terms. This Tract contains the celebrated Gold
Mine where a piece of Gold weighing Ihs.
was found. This Mine has yielded upwards of
len ihousand Dollars worth of Gold without the
aid of machinery. 1 am confident this amount.
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 Barnett Tract ; it is excellent
Land and under good improvement.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
WTadesboro Nov. 28, 1835. (7t) Trustee
FOR 1835.
-I kG S leave to inform his friends, and the public
in general, that orders in his line will always
be thankfully received bv 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. 1. hopes, from his long practice of his
business, (a number ot 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.
C3- He Hatters himself that his CUTTING is
really superior to any done in this State, as may though we are not politicians by trade, let our silence
be tested by the undisputed elegance of fit which upon this subject might be construed into a want of can
attends garments made in his establishment. He dor, we will briefly give an expose of our political opi
is in the regular receipt of the Reports of the Fa- nions : As the first article in our political creed, we
shions as they change both in the lanre cities oi place Uie accountability of those who exercise power to
this country and of Europo so that gentlemen
may bo satisfied that their orders will always be
executed in tho very latest style.
Orders from a distance will ho attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the customei
were present in person.
Salisbury, September 19, 1635. ly
To Country Merchants.
f MIE Subscriber begs leave to inform his cus-
tomers and friends generally, that he is now
receiving his Fall supply of Goods ; which con
sists of a general, heavy, and well selected assort
ment of
1 W mm m a kbk mm mmjjmm.
W mmmt ' mm 'CW,
Hnrdivnrc &, Cutlery
ariis and Medirincs,
WTithout further ennumeration, his Stock com
prises almost every article now in common use in gpectful attention to the opinions of those who may dif
this country It is inferior to none in Fayetteville. fer with us. Our paper we intend to be free, and un-
N. B. Personal and strict attention will be given
to the receiving and forwarding Goods; receiving
ntln .l t .or PUpp r, rs, s,iD
Shipment as the owner may direct. C. J. O.
- v..,
Brick how, Haymount,
Fayetteville, September 19, 1635. 6m
"V7ILL be sold, at the Courthouse door in Salis
bury, on the 1st day of January, 1830, un-
der an Order of the Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions for the County of Rowan,
Wiiii "-i'iw
"M1 it' vJ,
The property of Joseph Bruner. A credit of six
months will be given, the purchaser giving bond
with approved security.
1 . -
BURTON CRA1GE, Guardian.
November '28, 1835. tf
Calcirtuied for the meridian of SALEM, N. C.
1 SMALL SUPPLY of the above Almanacks have
V been received, and may be had at THIS OFFICE,
Price 10 cents per copy ts.
forms his Friends and ihe
Pnhllfv thnt hp still OAnti.
2 nues to carry on the above
S iLill hncinpcc in nil ita v;i rimia
His Shop is still kept on
the Main-street, in Salisbu
ry, one door above the Store of Samuel Lemly &.
Son. Watches and Clocks of every kind will be
REPAIRED with neatness, at short notice,
on reasonable terms, and Warranted, for 1 2
He will always keep on hand a variety of arti
cles in his line ; such as
Patent Lever Watches, (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,
(latest fashion.)
Silver Ware ; Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver F'ruit
Pocket Pistols and Dirks.
Breast-Buttons and Musical Boxes.
Gilt and Steel Watch Chains and Keys.
C7 Old Gold and 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, 1S35. tf
One Bushel of Coal Reward !
T UNA WAY from the subscriber, on Sunday,
Aa- the 20th day of November last, JONATHAN
KRIMINGLR, a bound apprentice to the Black
smith trade. He had on, when he left me. a drab
Round-about coat, brown linsey pantalons, and a
small fur hat. He is 16 or 17 years old: 5 feet
10 or 11 inches high; dark skined, and tolerably
ugly. All persons are forwarned not to employ or
harbor said boy, as I am determined to enforce the
law against any person or persons who may do it.
The above Reward, but no thanks, will le given
to any person who will apprehend and deliver said
Knmingcr to me in Corcord, N. C.
Concord, December 5, 1835. p2
The Lincoln
Cotton ITEmicifhctnriiig' Compnnv
T ESPECTFULLY" inform the Public, that by
-B-J mutual consent, the company have dissolved
their Co-Partnership, and that they now inform
all those indebted to said Company to make im
mediate payment; and all Agents to close their
agencies as soon as possible. And all those ha
ving demands against the company, to present
them for settlement to James Divings.
Lincolnton, Dec. 5, 1635. p5
" Truth our guide The Public Good our aim.n
The Subscribers, believing that some channel of com-
munieation is wanting in Western Carolina thro' which
its citizens can interchange freely their opinions upon
the various subjects of Politics, Religion, Literature, and
tne Mechanic Arts, propose to publish m the lown of
"ncoinwn' a v eeKjy raper unaer me aoove m e. i rue
th and ppuous gection of the Statef west of SaIisbu.
I .,, w ki;. f-., i.-
the intelligence of the people of that section ot the
State, that they can, and will support a paper; and we
therefore are impelled to the undertaking, tully relying
UPU their liberality for such a measure of support as
we may deserve ...... . r
In nrAnici j rf trtio rind it i z" iiomi I thNcn
1 ,i "CT" ZrC Z" 7' Z, " - 3
tIlose "ho Sle lL u e 'eve our government to be
tcd -m its ad llini;jtration ,Jdve no riht tn xrri
any, but such as have been delegated to them by the
people, and such as are clearly set torth in our written
Constitution. We will therefore oppose all encroach
ments upon the rights of the people, let them come from
whatquarter they may, and will sound the alarm when
ever danger approaches. We will contend for econo
my in the administration of both our Federal and State
Governments, and will oppose all lavish expenditures
of the public funds, believing as we do, that money in
me nanus oi oad rulers is tne most dangerous engine
which can be brought to bear upon the liberty of the
Writh regard to the approaching Presidential elec
tion, we are decidedly opposed to the nominee of the
Baltimore Convention, and will zealously, and firmly
oppose his election. We are opposed to the Caucus Sys
tem, let it be named wiiat it mav. We believe the
people, and the people alone are the proper depositorie
of power, and that they, and they alone have the rirh
to select their public servants.
W e have thus brielly, and candidly laid down our
political principles, and we will maintain and support
them with firmness, but at the same time, with a re-
shackled, and will therefore give place to well written
communications, let them come from what party they
ay, so mat mey ue iree irom low invective and abuse,
wnicn never sunserve me great ooject we have m
view in the discussion of political questions, the truth,
but always have a tendency to degrade, and lower tho.
public press.
The adoption of an enlightened and vigorous system
of improvement by our State, hiijhterto so much neg
lected, being necessary, as well for the prosperity indi
vidually of our citizens, as for the State at large, every
measure tending to this end shall receive the cordial
support of the "NEWS."
We will devote a portion of our paDer to A"Ticul-
ture, Literature, Religion, and such other matters as
I are usually found in a miscellaneous weekly paper.
I r oDJecl U1U ,)e 10 have something tor the palates ot
auf amj vve wiH take this occasion to request those who
have leizure, and who are friendly to our undertaking,
J iavor uswim communications upon any suojectot
I lutest - , - , c t c ,r ,
1 I hp nn rfcf-r will hp l ciiAn thp fi ret rt lareh r-.
fine medium sheet, printed with fair type, at per
annum, payable upon the receipt of the 2nd number.
Advertising at the usual rates.
SALISBURY, Dec. 5, 1835.
Editors throughout the State, friendly to the under
taking, will confer a favor, by giving the above a few
Subscriptions received at this Office.
l. A r. iff' I

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view