Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
March 30, 1838, edition 1 /
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c:ii:Ai'i:n f:iiAn r.vni:.
In now r im, from Ntw 1 01 k 1 J.iu U' l
phis, a ii'-iK-rul ilniMil l Cloth's Ui.J Cab
mere of various .o.is (' winter, together with
r a gw rl and larj; assortment of Kt k ('-ob
Isrs, luii, and every 'other artulu usually
kept by -Merchant Tailors. .Tin's 'good be
been rleclc.l ' by bmi unperson, and, can be
coilJmly recommend to !.o ulu ch'-up
and good. Having forked at the Tailoring Bu
lne for twenty It hope that h aball
ttui bt coBh'd a rauiiiiiiH in celling Iiim.
" aclf i Mx of cloth. IU h iU j't received
i THE N. YORK AM) PHILADELPHIA
And iba above will I mad up in a superior etyle
of fiishion, an4 warranted lo fit well. , '
lis wtU a 10 keep ou band a general aswrttneiit
uiiinv haiis: ;lotiiim.j,
All of which will be sold very low f.r cash or on
' a credit to puncltial dealers. All kind of rutting
will be done on abort notice. Order for work from
a distanc) will ba punctually attended to.
The public are invited lu rail and rniirie pri
ce for therm I ve. I lo still continue at bin for
liter aland, south of ibe Courthouse, in (lie Urge
Salisbury, N. C. f
P. 8. As be wait Agent f.r M.m of Uc muht
fashionable Tailors orPhilmh'lphia and New York,
be would be" happy M instruct any who may wish
to Iran; the art of cutting Knneuts. He also continues-to
distribute tlie Fashion. '
lyllrri br FaMhions nmt be ;hm paid.
LL persons indebted to in by Note or Ac-
rttiitii r n-niu-tliwl Li mil niul wllln llic
II. V. LONG.
Mansion Ilotrl, FlHioTniry,
November 2, lk'H
ITS' Look at This ! 3
BEC3 lene, liNprct fully, to inform bia friends
trie citizf na of ajnrent Coontira, ami tbe pub
lie generally, that he ie yrt rarryin on the
Tinware Manufacturing Dullness,
at hia old mud in fialiiburf, where be ia prepared
to execute, at aiioneat notic", all varieties of work
in bia 1 1 nr. Ordera from a dittanre and repairing,
ahall receive i mined ial attentiiMi. QlT All kindx
of country IVmiuce taken in exchange.
Ml. iilktCkHKAD, Inked tbirf opportunity of
returning bia nifl aincere thuuka to llxme whu
have heretofore lun.red him w ith tlicir custom, and
hope by punctual at tent ion to bumueiui, tu merit its
A youn( win, fifl n or sixteen yeori of aae
active caW ittqtniouMm an Apprentice tu the
Tinniaj ftuanDesa: One from the country would
be preferred. 10. U. U.
Kowaa, Mcreli K. MM. if
I HAVE now'a fiiwt rale large new Flat ; fully
sufficient to carry Miy wuuo aud team acrum
the nvcr witn aafety, and ai tho Ferryman lived
directly on the bar. of the Kiver at the Ferry,
there willuut be any time lost by waiting on I ho
Ferryman. It ia ona of tliu t ldot Ferrys on the
Kiver in tbia part of tlig country, and is extensive,
ly known by the name of
and has been nn Eeruru1 fr the last forty year.
It is ubout one lourib mile above the IblHiui Ford,
on the Cataabo Uiver, in Lincoln county, N. C.
The ratca of Ferriage are as follows:
Footman, . . . fJ cent.
Man ami horse, . . do.
Oiie-m7S 'CarritigrV . CI5 ' "'" "
Two " ." . M:i Jo.
Three " " . . H7j do.
Four-horse team and wajror, 75 do.
Si " " 1 UD -
Due attention and mv thnnki will la given to all
who may call on me. FRKDEiUt'K MOCK. -Lincoln,
.March 2, ll. 6t
for feulinbur and .Tlorgaiiton.
rPHE Stage (rom Faycttevillo for Salisbury are
now in full wrntion. They leave Fayelieville,
on the morning of Monday and Friday at five o'
clock, and hi rive at Salisbury on the evt nin of
the next day a to lea. Returning, they leave Stlin-
bury on the name mornings at tour o clock, and ar
nveTraycuevmr! on thinvf nlngs of the'herr
days. Passengers rent nine hours t nttfht, at Al
len's in Moore county. Fare, fH 50 1'entK.
These Stages couuuet witlimy Lmu fruai SaLuhu.
r 1 JA V,riVt?Iit.s.t-.'i'i,j . 'V 1 ,a r d s ft r e a t (41; ili-,
ties for merchant in the interior to visit Fayette
ville for the purchase of their goods, exchange of
nioiieyf), purchfisc of drafts, '5ccV cVc.,"a'ir it is thi"
clieapest, most expeditious, and direet route le
tween the two placet). At Fayttcville, stage lines
leave every day for the north and south.
A. CARM1CII ,AEL, Proprietor.
BROWN, (Lafavetlo Hotel), Fayettcville,
A. C; CIJKUV, Carthage,
A T. A. IIGUE, Sfisbury,
T. M. YOUNG, Slntesville, l
R, C. PEARSON, Morgnnton.
January 24", 18:W. (feh. 2) .'Jm
Ivo TIC e7"
"TMIE subscriber lost a note of hand bearing date
-aboul the 8th of January lB.'JS piiyablo' six
month after date, drawn by Daniel N. Alliernathv,
with Robert Abernathy securiy, payable (o Alfred
All persfns are hereby cautioned against trading
for aid nolo from the finder.
DANIEL N. ABERNATHY.
tab. 0, IW.' (iv
f1Ii: F'uh.rril-rr l.ii Un ; ,- d f r a 1. 1 ' !' I
- i)cr ujwBri!f l 'i- - ! I.n i-irf I
In f.rniiiisr Ci'Hiwitni by wl.n li mm hm'-r- . I
rubrr wuirr or lu.ru hw r.con b run v.. it
rr, end IhmmI mtin ly free Ooui tn-.il i r war.
li llni method, Ida troute nr boxinj and oomoii;',
' .. III,! I l ... - ..,,1.1
as wen as ninaing iiim, n r ( inwin
lo well tu U w4ie of ihiik.mUlii, as I will aend
wnlleti intl ruction with lh -r-M who do bui-ne-s
Cr me other the (iihliQ will fmd not to be
Itenuinv, llugh they may mko Iretf In f ibilit my
band bill-. , . L. Mi (II LIMIT.
Urcb io, m.s . at .
He ia about 10 or 17 yaart of aKs,
ntui bad mi when be U ti, a seal akin cap. Now
i will pvc one eertt ami a turfy nail to any person
who will apprehend and uVdivcr said boy to me, but
1 can't say my thanks besides. I forewarn all
pern from harboring or haviu any thing to do
with said Joseph C'bambers. T. SAW VERS.
March 10, J 8 39. fll
'ROM the Subscribers on the 12th
- irisl., an" indented apprentice to
JCvJV tbu TaiTorinxz liusincss, tv ino name
J of Mb. V. W'rtt, about 10 years of
U age ; be wore oil a blue cloth coal,
checked satinett pantaloon, bih! a low crownej
Hack furred bat. 1 will give four ami a half cents
for lite apprehension and delivery of said boy to
ne. but will not thank bia apprebenders forlheir
iroubloand kindness. I 5rwarn all rona from
turboriue, employing, or having any thing to do
with aid West, and am determined to puVlhe law
in force against any such person or dbisoos.
TI103. 8. HENDERSON.
Concord, N. C. March 10, W.
The TliorotiKli-Lrrd Ilorae,
kuioir SC'iHon at
my Stable, in Lincoln
eountv. 8 mile South!
i f lb;attie's Ford, two
thirditof hid'lime; the
..Ik.., .u.ri i iWa iI.IiIm
vi 1 iv. 1 m
of in 1
county, and will be let
to mares at 15 the Season, $10 the Single Leap, j
ta be paid as on as the Mare is covered, wuh the 1
privilege of lurniuji to th Season, and 2." the j
liiKUranre; the money to be paid as soon as the'
Mare ix ascertained to U? in Foal, or tho projierty
DivscnirnoN and. pedigree.
Barnvelt is a licaotiful Uv, just in bis seventh
, year, near sixteen hands biir.li of perfect symetry ;
. 1 i - r- 1 1.. :
in a woru, nu ih, as 10 lonn, interior io no wiw m
the !tate Barnvelt waa bred by , the late Hon.
Jno. Randolpli, wt' Roanoke, Charktte co., Virginia;
foaled in the Fall of 1831, got by Gascofgne, bbi
dam Roanoke, by Ball Florirel, graWam Ooimo
lia, by Cl.anticleer, great grandam Vanity," by
Meades old Celer, Moretur, by old Mark-Anthooy,
imported horse Jolly Roger, imported hoso Silver-Eye.
rk l- z- . v -'
For confirmation of the above, reference can be
mad.; to Skinner'a Turf Register, for the Pdirees
mid jerformances of those raco horses of which
Rartivclt is a deiicendatit.
Lincoln, March 8, 1635., 19t
"""-Niiv-FASHIONS - :
s'Oax yica w'jorn-os1 .1003
..An V.-aa ia.itst :i
IROM tli BuUcriber on the 17th
, March, int.t an Approiilica boy
la the lilaeksmithinff' liUNineM. by
tbeoameof JOSKriI CHAMULUiJ.
v.s is. I'U'iiui, s.iiiiu, hed whIi au uli'Craieaarm and haiid, which reitder-
UF.?rFJTFrLLT7i;fr.rni!t Iih friends and tH' e4 Mm-nlnW uWwCTltUiTctr -CLrr?t;tdtbnt
-ptintre, that ne -uh carrier on iiui i .w i,uu-
IN( Bl IM.Sa af his old M;uk1 on main street,
n jH door to llio Apothecary Sforej He is evrr
ready to execute the orders of his cu-toiners in a
style and manner not tturiamd by uny workman
in the western part ol the State. He is in the re-
2u!ar receipt ol the latest Liondon and iew l ork
FASHIONS, and nn-nared to accommodate the,
tastes of the tasluoimble ut ull" tunes.
(T Cutting garments of all kinds attended lo
promptly ; and the latent fashions f.irnished at all
times to country tailors, and instructions giveu in
cutting. 4 Salisbury, Jan. I, 1 H:JS.
VI. I. rH'rsons indebted to the Instate of Anderson R.
Foster, deceased, hy note of arconnt, are hereby
notifi.'d that unh sc they p'iy the wirne on orjw tore Jtn
week of Dnvie County Csirt, in February next, that
suit will be brought uion nil dues without distinction.
ROUT N. CRAK
Rowan Co., Dee. 22,
So. 8.1,ia:ni Mreel, Iew-yorlf.
rFFERS for sale a COMPLETE ASSORT
" " MENT in the above line, comprising many
very choice patterns Repacked to order for the
country trade, or in the original package. Orders
by letter will receive every attention.
New-York, Jan. 3, 1S3H. (feh. 2) II w
" mTlfm r y notFce!
Attention ( Hirers of.llie
Gltli i:i:(aii:T I .
"1JARADE at the Court-Ilouse in the
-- Town of Salisbury,' oh' Saturday
the 2nd of June next, at 11 o'clock pre.
ciselti, a rtged flnd equipped with musk
et, for Drill and Court Martial. Cap
tains will then make returns. v
. R. W. LONG, Col. Comdt.
Salisbury,-March 23, 19t. ( - , tp
' . . . j '
HO i ii-ACIIK.
i ',',( i. 1 t ' r.Aly l'i-
rrcu.ioif i.; f ! I r l!.H tl- tu il l i r.ly !
painaiMl prto- n i f ll.e Trrth, ln ibi d
the suli-rilc-r to t r it to the An.rnnin I'uhlii',
ArrBiignneiits bono In i n madq ta supply s nl sis
all the principal Ca"iel and lowtis of tl.o !..Siat .
au a to plre U viithin the tetirli of llmio suffi-r-ing,
and likely to ullr, with thq inot hanamg
of all aehea, (totk.ache.) When 8 pplie-1 otcor.
ding tu directioru given oa the bottle, it lm never
lailedl to aiTord immediate and permanent n lief.
It also IrrciU tbe decay In defective t lU and re
lieve that so re tws which ao frequently rcruluri a
strong tooth uteless. -
Tlie apjdicatioa an3 remnTy are simple, ioii'
cent, and uot unplf-asebti and the large namber i
pcrwMis.'in varioaa Mctionaof tha country, thai
have already eiptrienced auch delightful and fill
utary brm fil Troin tiiaUsa of the Uajin, are in
dy to bear (for tha public geod) their Uatinonjf to
ita unrivalled qualities. ' ,t ' .
, It i an Indian remedy, oltained aingtitarfy and
unepectcdly, and may ba'regardrd by lha civiTi.
wd world an tbe vnoat valuabJe diacovir of the
RedManof the WoocLj.: V - ' " ,
II. B. MONTAGUE.
PeterilMirg, rirginia, Feb. 50", 130. ta y
PRICE $1 PKU BOTTLE.
aassMMsaaw ! t
VSY IMTU.T IlIUfsH AIU.
I L'ST received, and for sule at T1JIS OFFICl!.
" tbe following lnvalunble l'alout Drugs and Me
dicinea, Viz: . - ' ' -' "
VEGETALLH TOIC liimR0,
roK the " -
One llottle of this Medicine baa novrr been
known lo fail in efloctini' a perfect cure. At Icaat
any ersoii purchasing nod usinf tbe Btleri and
are nut satisfied at to tU etJocts, ty returning ine
Bottle, shall buve back tbe price, Mfrr UyttU.',
Antl-Spaunodio Tincture, or. - ,
1 7 1 LL ntainl tbe en. For Diarrhu-u, tn all of it various lurow, liya
vv kininT SciHon at cntarv. Cramp Colic. Cholera Morbus,-Asiatic
Cholera, After Pains of Lying-i Female and In
this it is tbo Mother (Comfort, in that it is the
f very best preparation for the 4iiiimr diseases of
! children, that ha yet been introduced info the
1 rhnmlwr nf tins nialrriMM. -
1 -- -
PRICE, 73 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
IJonaparteN (Camp) Iiiiiicins -
MIXTURE, FOR EXTRACTING
Grease, Tar, Tnrpentinc, Paint, Otls.cVc- from
Carets, Floors, Cloth, Hats, and Silk bf wbteb
Coat Collars are ruadu o look a fresh aa any part
of the Coat. . "
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
OCT Directions on each Bottle fur using. 9
Foe, Ulcen, Ttunourt, ii v
Can now be obtained of jke patentee at tit ojict
1 ; of.tkff Raleigh llrgisur, .
' Single Pot'I dollar One dozen, 0 dollars. - L
Raleih. October 8. 1830. . .
- - Tlte abovo- Med icina U Cir-aafo in Salulury at
.1 - t7 e iaiiv unnMiv ' . . - r- ,
ins euiv 01 vuinij'iviii 41 1 1 1 jr.
For five or six f ear orevloii to the Sorini?of
1 1 i 4 m A ff tutlwt lifiAll murk n 01 1 r 1
B' - "T
jurt oi -hi arm irow tne -eiuow-Oowii, laciuuiwg
hi? entire hand, which wa literally, a inaaaof pu
trefacttoo. A jmflti)f -one finger, an'! a"wrt nf the
thumb, perished anddroptoff. A more distressing
; and hopeless 'caw, I have never beheld It wa
abandoned by his physician aa incurable, tscepl
hy amputation of tie band. .
Tbe best medical treatment having failed to re
. Iieve tlie man, I placed him under the car of Mr,
f William NV. Gray, in this place, who. with hi
I Ointment, hna efJectirallrryred 'the oae, nlthough
the Negro was frequently absent, fof week and
months together.1 He baa been entirely 'well for
the last eiht month, and I have good reason to
ueiicve wui conuuae ao.
ANOTHER mm IT CUUE.
Kaleigii, September 21, 1836.
I am now 58 year of age when in my, 17th
V A11 1 1 a?,HHfi"' n tafrttsrvjl aw t..ri iaiiiTa Ian." t
j t wwrsi- si mar 1 j I' '1 1 l 1
ca mo ulcerated, and continued so until ih 'first of
March last. It wvuld occasionally Jieal up, and
then break our agio;but most of the time, it was
in u very puiniui eonuiiMdi, ino bqtq naving cxtena'
ed td' I largizetandb ttneri
many remedies to make a cure, without auccC9,
until I applied Gtatfa lamluahle Ointment, Awo
pot of which have effectually cured my leg, end
reduced it to it natural size. The cure would
havo been made much sootier. Jind I stricllv nt
tended to the directions for t'h'e use of the Ointment;
but this 1 fuiletl to do, while I took 'much exercise,
and very imprudently used tight bandages. Mv
leg hns been well for more than i.fnoolfis,Nlurinrr
which time, I hae walked much, yet It remains
firm and free froTi all soreness or inflammation.
After having beti afflicted for a (icriod pf forty.one
years, I now enjoy the benefit of a sound leg again.
si supply of the above valuable Medicine
;Mlt constantly for sale at THIS OFFICE.
1 YOUNG'GENTLEMAN residing in the vi,
cimtv of Salisbury, is desirous of purchasing
from 25 to SO'YVima IJnr, ' for which the highest
market pneo will be given," if application bo made
soon. Address T. Forknerat this office.
Fehnnrv 23. 183J . ,7 tf ' ... '
i 'I !ii:.-i 1 1 i.ii-oio i . in
( Olid I1 "
fii i(i r.
In! L' H 'f .IV. I
I . ..... w I I ,r
stom: cu i'.TiNc ihjhini;s,
nml is cvr rrady t-i rxrrute, m a very if f
iniiiiiipr. nil d" riiti'.n f 'if k in hi bn'.
(,'oU (IrindrrM. Mill ! , U'i'i..e and W.j
tilti, J)iHr tJl and Tomb f'ono, Br. rxeruted
a very lire ste. Hi grit f r Mill ! 1 -. iivt-ry
Mr. Philips also U to infi.ini tbu public
tint borno execute I'iix'i of vtin.rti kied
He will ligrsvo maiblo-sbiU neutly, and gr.vuie
tomb-stone t an U will ncrult d if ilenirrd. Hi
rfiarge shall alway U n ax-nahlr, onJ a accuui
niMlaiinf aa fxiMiiblp.
' 1 . - 1 1. .1....- I., it.. .!-.v
t IVrwn Wninu 10 iiavii wum hhw h
line, wdl do wi II to call at the remdenca of Mr.
Philip, avven mill' outb of Balmhury
tr P. S. TU Mnroln Reblican wilt ln-" the
abuv 3 time ad Mward Ut atctaiul to tin w.iira. ,
J. A' W. MUIUMIY,
Hate rrcr'tt land for mU, vkMiaUorrttiiil,
1 0f 1AUS 1 1 Tire' 8"",, r,,fl
, y 5 Jo. 1 cbw do. t do.
-3 i Nv Seotia Griral Bionra, - .
4 Ciwka good Cbeeaa. v '
-20 RoxeaOUsa.8 by 10.
I -. .10 Cul Uoffrr. ; - c - - - . .
- 25 . 'onjj Bccmiti iio vonp.
3,o66 II. Bp Cttfo. atisorted number. .
j2(0 bwttlca Hcotch SnuiT, high oat, -f
6 Iloira CandTra. ' ; ' " 7 ;
' .4 Caak pood Jtice. . V-.
Hilda. Frima Molasses. , . .. .. . . ,.
40 Hacks, Liverpool Salt. '
iOrointed IJorrct. r '
.l,sUiry, FU 1, ...
- - INFORMS hi friend and tba pub
f i i If A Ge. tliat La baa lukeu lha Uouav. fur.
J '! ' nverly occupied by CoU Wm. F. Kel
Ci.,.'..".J 1- in tlx town of Mockavill. Dnvi
aouuty, with tba Jew of keeping PRIVATE L.N
TERTALNM h.NT. Th Hooae , is roomy and
comfortable and in the busiueiMi part of the village
Tim suUeriher blude hi bet exert ioni to ren-
iLr aHliHlaelUMk la all who t))BV CU C4I bi(B." Hi
TAD L E will at all time be supplied with the
best tho country 'afford, and hi BAR slocked
with lha choicest Liquor, Hi Stable are eiten
sive and safe, will ba well supplied witK giod Pro.
vender, and aftrmlcd by a nrt rate Iloatler.
MRS. K. CAHTEK,
H f illlnrr ami Mantua
ill Maker, a few door North
of the Courthouse and .Mansion
Hotef. reKPCctfullv inform her
friends and the public that she
- ha just received thtliftcst r -
IYrrthf ria-rlrlslcm rprisR ul
and thai ai I now well prepfed to pxecutc, every
rnrii'iv iir i in inn nnovo uuaiiiciia. in ibq nivai
FialiionabU, neat, and durable style. - Alt kiudf
repairing wch as coloring, bleaching and alter
ins t in Hiw Wi Bonnet" niada new and iuv iUmio
at hortest hot ice in 4 superior manner.Order
1 . .. .' .. .. .
I from a distance shall rrcctre attewion, ana no pam
r i n: 1 ' 1 1: 1.
Will .OV vpareu in packing nuu lurwaiuiug woik
dona Tor customer abroad. -SsJ'ubary,
March 0, 1838. rt
AOTIt'U TO DLHIOHS.
pt'LtrpoTaan a indebted tn thr E"tate-of-Jatne
Craige, dec'd.jbynote orjaccouuinre Jiereby
notified to come fiirwaruaniT niake paynnfnt imme
diatcly." A failure on the part of any ouc indebted,
16 comply- with lhis Hotice, mnyXpecL to settle
with ihu bbcrdfor Constable. The Est Ue mutt be
iMttltdJ THO.!A3 CRAIGE, i . ,,r
.Rowan co, Jan. 25, .
BRED by tbo late lion. John Randolph of Roan
oke, will stand tbe present season in Statcsviile,
at $20 the Season mid $30 the insurance the
money lo be paid aa soon a the mure is ascertain
ed to ne in foal or parted with : for a Single leap,
$10 will bo charged, payable as soon a the service
ia rendered, wuh lit ty cent to the groom. The
Season commenced the 15th instant, and will ti.d
00 the 1st of July next.
4 DESGUIPTI OiNT
MarbliCHis a rich brown, withoui, any
while full 16 hands U inclres hrgh,-and ns tinety
proportioned as any horse in America. In short,
he ia just the hurso to make glad tho heart of the
true aportmart to look upon. 1 o the gentleman
bleeder, I have but to say gee bun, and I have
no fedra a to the balance
MARBLIEU was got by Tonson out of Jet
SfiTby BTiibter ouTof bHitira SlaHra fiv Alexan
der the Great puiof Roso by Swcelbi iar Roae
.8S"lStif!lI I 9sTt59 j!5iiapj--8no tint of Miss Wind
sor by the Godolplnn ArabuuV, (&e Turf Regis
Ur, Vol. V. 'jxige Bluster wa by Orlands,
llio son o .yv iuskey, juoL.nl a, ILgh-ilycr mare,
lia by High flyer, her dam Miss Tims-sister to
Maiden by Matchem Saltrum a Son of Eclipse
out of a Calash mare by Herod, her 'dam There
sa by Matchem; Rcptifu by Godolphin Arabian.
See Turf Register, VoUU. page 01.)
1 v RICllARD v. miciiaux.
March 23, 1838'- . '
CERTIFICATE. ; , ..
Ihvrng bechtedOeiit Jr bv Mai. Mie.hnut 'InmL
amine th Tiirf Register On the subject of those
1 edigreei; I id so, in cinpany wfih Vim, and find
tlie abovfrstatcnitirt eifirtjy accurate
f " f V FL,C.r JONES.
03 SnitTTOTG "'
EECUTKl) NIJAtLY AT Tills OFFICK.
sister to lseape by 1'egasns, his dam by Squirrel
Pegasus by Echpse, out of a Bosplnrus mare sis
ter to Grecian Princetss. Oi landa was out of Ame
u 1 V
PLITI I'LLV i '.1 tbo ritu-r. i,f u.
Iib.irv, lb .1 in 1! t Iit Confection.
I t I ti l l . 44
'" rilii ' j ' 1 " "i.u 11, of ,v.
loik, who t a j .,, . 1 .1 l turrrwi
Umvj$ in all us unoui Lrai,r!,r UlU k4 ,
roi .Mi am hii'itsii c .ui:t
JitniMrR, f-in,;rr INut, Nttx-ar fln
gcrnrcacJ.r.IolABsci Cingcr Bread,
; Tea Rusk MuOiifl, Epunje CU
, : cult,Tartn, licf U Bpunge ,
G INCUR DREAD,
And all k'mJ of C A K E 8 that are Ulu-d in lU
prlnrijifil citir. A ny of the above article ttt L?
furnished lu families, by giving liuiely imic.
Salisbury, Feb. 2, 18iH.y . 3m
.TSTTSLLSr-r A1ID 07TLS?,7.
TntfM n TJilTMnn
villi Jt A ilLulliJil h M
)us returned from rtiU-t.
phia, with a very
r it... 1... . . .. ' I . r
VI linr iii.y Bllivirv, 0 m
t'ir"'r. ritirlv ow fashnm.
Superior RAZORS and KNIVES.
He can aafety say that hi ataortmcnt is suprrMirt..
any in tba western part of lb State Call anj
OCT U'afches and CIocV. repaired a uusl,
warranted for twelve month.
,Bli,Uiry, Nov. 3, 1S37. . If
IOR the Cure of almost every variety oflune
ttorial disorder of the Stomach, Bowels, Liver
and Spleen ; such as heart-bum, acid eructju-nm,
nausea, head ach,'paia and distention of tlie Sto
mach and bowel, incipient diarrhea, colic, fUtu
lonce; liabituul cotlivcucas, loss of appetite, tick
liead-nch, aca mckneu, eVc cVc. They are n wfe
and comfortable 0erient for Female during Preg.
nancy and subsequent confinement, relieving nek
lies at the aiomacli.beud ncti, heart burn and many
fifth iucidculil uervtusullociun. Literary mni,
Student and most other persons of sedentary In
bit, find llicm very convenient. Tlio, who 'in
dulge too freely in the pleasure of the Table, find
ctidy relief frotri tbe aunsw of iipprctsion and di
tcution which follow; by taking the Pill. As a
Dinner Pill they are invaluable. .Those who aw
drinking (iiieraJ "Wateri and jiarticulnrly tho
from. Southern climate and Ague and Fever dis
tricts, will find :liero"a Valuable adjunct. These
who are exposed to the vicissitudes of weather, on
voyages or journeys, can-take them at all times
wuh perfect safety. Iu full doscP,they are a high-i-.rr;Ahi-t;.iiJ"fctt:
'i-f irtmn. Al..lim,M
f viuvnv iwuo taiiu cxaiw iiinr inuu vuimov
They seldom or never produce sicklies al the itu
macli or glTjaiig.
.TUcir tflicacy is strongly ollcslcd bv-jCcrlificatci
from tho following gentlemen, viz: Bishop Ins
Rev. Dr. MclMieeters, Rev.G-W Freemen, U.
B.,T. Blaky,, Gev. Iredell, Hon. Henrr Pott-r.
Hon. G. E. Badger, Hon. Richard llines, Tlu.
.PPcv.cruxEsq.Prpres.-.yrodcrstin. Wu, I hi!,
late- Trensurer; Ja. Granr; Eq , late Coinptrnll'r,
W.'Ii. G.iUa, lq of the RegisterTCipt. (ijini,
Guion'rt. Hotel, Dr. R. C. Bond, Dr. E. Cr.lv,
Dr. J. Y. Young, Rev. F. L. Hawks, Ac. Ample
directions accompany each Box.
These Pills are for sal, by appointment in al
most every Town in the United Slates, and Whole
sale and Retail by the Subscribers, lo whom ap
plications mny be made for Agencies.
THOMAS L. JUMP, Gen. Agent
Raleigh, N. C.
OCT ls dW west if the Presbyterian Church
OCT The above Medicine lept constantly on (""'
and far sale at . THIS OFFICII.
To rtvc Yu)Vc.
VrOTlCE U hereby given, that applicolion wi'l
b made lo I lie next Legislature of North f-'n-
rolina, to compel those persons composing the I'iro
r . t 0 i- "i.m
vompeny in me iown oi oaiisnury 10 penuiut
ftiiiitary duty as tho regularly enrolled militia.
v.:v.i.FvbftiirvA23y 1 8'3dr,K-'i'"--MBi'4iiilv',',v"
March 30. 1838.'
Bucon,. 0J a 10
Brandy, apple, , 60 a 70
, . .peach, ,.85 a Olr
Butter, . . 10 a 121
Cotton, ih seed,. . a 2
- - clean, ,7a 9
Coffee,. . . . 15 a '18
Com, , , , . a 60
Fealliers, . '..ai a 371
Flour, . . .52ja750
Molasses, . .
Nails, . . .
Oats, . . .
Pork, . . .
1 loaf, .
Salt, . . -
Tallow, . .
TnlincpiY. . .
. 25 a";1
. 11a, 12
. IS a 'J)
8 a 25
Wffeat, (bushel). 100 1W
WKl-n,. 45 a SO
1 laxced, . . , . 75
Linseed Oil, pr. gal. 1 lsJJ. Eggs pr. doz
AT FAYETTE VI LLE....... March 21, la
Brandy, peach, r
Beesn-ai, . w
tsS a 00
73 a 80
Iron, . .
Molasses, . .
Nailsj cut, .
Salt, . .
. 55 a GO
ColFee, , i ' .
Cotton, . .
Corn, V .
4?UVwl.-. . '
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