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TPs ESPECTFIJI.T.V, in&rfin. flieriti-
JLVzecs of Salisbury and the surround
ing country, that he has opened a ' . .
Jcwclcry & Watchmaker's
, in. the lower room of Thomas L. Cowan's brick, rowpjw
- posite to.G. W Browh'r store, where he solicits a fhare
f public patronage. ,IIeT has lately received from Phil
adelphia a general assortment of " 4- - "
-1 also ' - -
, Male fiuls suck as Main springs J Watch
' Jj Glasses, $c, $6.- - C:
All kinds of Watches will be repaired, each as
ehronortiiters,duplei,f horizontal, patent-lever; musical,
repealing and: plain. Also, clocks, musical boxes, and
all kmds f Jpwelery will be put in order on reasonable
terms. Having obtaine'd a very steady and skilful" work
man from a celebrated Watch making itablishment in
Phdadelphia;he feehf no hesitation in saying that be will
be able to 'giver ntire'sausfactioq to alj those who may fa
vor him with their wjrk; All he asks is a trial.
Lepjne and pTain watches will be altered to patent le
vers, and warranted fo perform well. , . - K -
, Old goy and silver taken in exchange for work done..-
- Salisbury. Feb 8, 1 845 ; ; .:tf4l"-'--;
EAUST jfc WINEBRENER.
ft wli Tlird street above Arcli,
. ; PHILADELPHIA; ;--i J
fuSt received their Rnrinnr mnnlv vf T.
12n Stld Domestic - ' 7-, - .- i ;-
) if1! which will be-found
Cotton ctn$ TfboJr GardspAneils,
TratesA Steel. Griflin'tfGrain
. - , I t n - L, . .
; wassi&cylhes, Shovels Spades,: -
supertqr quality) German ! ,
We arejdisposed to eli at moderate prices, and respect
mllyaskthe fvorof a 'call. 1 '
N, B. QrJersbyinaU or otherwise punctually and
PeJWJi fadedto . v-r- DSVIO FAUST;
f in very atl tateto say the leaU of if-f
Mmwuteu lnioms address. earth
Salisbury, ar. C, : February
, . , We -are authorised to announce JAMES $ KEltR,
as a candida te for the County Court Clerkship of Rowan.
. We are autljorised to announce JOHITIL HAR DIE
. a caiididatejfor the County Court Clerkship of Rowan!
Almost a iiglit In Coc jress S
, IuvM b?
dent f.of the!
tf --VtfJfia cm'i.iV .'"-TLis cry fvi on our
other day .whilst pa&dn one !of the pnn,;n,t
etreetaiof 'our Tovm n,f
.: T " "i '., . I thai it nmpMo'ir... ili ",-
M Mcepnon or mt Vresiderd ced.-Tbe Globe 1-1 - , : . . - "V" il."c wn was evi-
contains me following statement relative to the eeemed ' " , T. T ue
. v - ' w ' 1 '"""f P3 "I : regard to his cries, so we caUed to
arrangements forreceivinsJPresidentt Polk' at
the seat of National Government:
House of presentatires has leen the scene of Lund Washingtb
ofr anot her , Uisgraceful quarrel, between Ir. railroad depot. Up
, Jn3r fit,ley what, the matter !-
"?Mam aim here r'blubbered he.and wentoffsnrn
The committee-annnlntAfl tn Innh I 7 looking about. Not Lnowinv the mim.J
ments for the appropriate reception of.'the Pre- . c8eiw5 watched him for fcw4 minutes, as we
sident elect, , respectfully ubmiti for, the ' adop- 4 ovJIe became.3ttore and more oneasyi
tton of their democratia fellow citizens the fol- ( Ifst,ook thc direction towards us, and when near
lowing programme s v . , ougwe addressed him again Come here n, and
The respective asoMftttnn 11 m.V WWWye.-'Tbe Utile fellow bame boldly "mi anJ
uuu.i i i . ! . t i m , ..... . -- - r
ee ujs nana.tnonffbit wiminh;.m;nj.. nk.:n..
g- ' ' p aAMMw. w7 mva, uilC
on. ir chief, marshal fn tl, t vh- we, pressmff nis aoli hand. " I sm tnm
Upon Jbe arrival of ihe Pre-H'Ue I " Vhcr?.is iw mama n ! - I donVknow;
seen from the letter of -f. Oliter
the able and intellkentcSrresron. resPective associations ivll
. w , . f lltlA fllWMInnlnl: Ik.;. L.l J ' ' . -
- 1 1 ws.tn : . .: .... .-o wvwuu vi .tuctr iintrsi a s : ann navinir i
vullcu wiaics, jiazeue. that fhn r J . . . 7 ' 1 tiHrf1
1 r , iwiutru iu urucession. nrvpri unripr fhA n. I "rTT"T wcurasiance.
i't '-ntf? - rt . . .
a - larr 1 ' , 4 rf i T . .. - "' 1 oA f X i . - ' .ujac,uuic
islativn.;!, C .l.;: n: ' wuiimwp oi. receptipn.c Ufie proi - T if "r1-111' caueatoiam ; and the little feli
, :KI cfcuu KruwiUSirco. 1 CeSSlOn Will ! thnn atMrf r h. Tl tJ. ti. 1 IOW ran OiTtia Tacrf -t- . I ik ' . i - i
i , y i -. - i . s. w - . ..-. . ;z ' ', v " vavw"''UB x trsiuoui m uis -i h , , Th " uonuwii icgs coma carry mm I anq
ple--wbose onward course, if onward at alV Jodgings, and will then dismiss j The commit. on, wondering in' mind why parents do not
should be f&ai. of nadvancing" in rnorality, in, tee are .unable to designate, with precision, the Iea!n their chUdren to tell their own names and the names
telligence and arong attachment ; to the Um C tbe: President's arrirati but they? ex. C M batem- Had no one stopped the child he would
lawf under which they live. But is it so ? - .1. r ! pppcu u -r--? vc causea ms parents some moments, per-
NoJ But ouie the re verse. Howl.winl. th rTVr " "7 ZTTr: W searching for him. as he
i.i , " -1:::?. VCrr"" F uui upon -i Bnea. to leave town. He was three or four years
oldJ and! thoush smart, at his ron'imt i.n u; fi,.ni
or his mother's name. 1
, alibury narlict. , 1 '
iPt?Tf Irc""-con;C a ; Beeswax, 25
?!si- S;Larf 't !3; Flour.
V r 'c- Ua koine 16 to 22
THE undersized are now
10 TO 0.5O.C53'
T" . 5Lr a- tsunjr, per keg) S3 75 . ail J "s.i,
0015 ; TJa, (J cross) 812 50 ; Oystfr., (fi5) r,
. ..j iu, CIS.
Mullets, (per doa.) 1 25.
v.2 Tt M: -lry mannfectu) 7 a 8 ; Cotton
- " . u io ia cts. per io.
notftriolia rtl?imotl-a li e.n i thn nnrnal 1wl:M f . .
" i .." laws jur wiug . giveu, .me associations are
the country ! Will the People not turn their at Teluesed assemble and put itbemselves in
tention seriously to this subject; before our na- raanrJn5 order wilb as much promptitude as
tIon " brought under the withering contempt of
vruyruuicuis i . r iu iney not in out v
L to themselves and their Cchlldrer require some
other qualtntatioh ot men thrusting themselves
possible. 4 j,j
distribution of Offices. Mr. Chapman
of Alabama, a few days ago, submitted in
,jmce:puW,c--ln a free th House of RepresentatieiaTesolution
country, sas Edmund Burke, every man declaring, " that in appointments to office
thinks he has concern in all public mat- under! the government of . the U. States
I it should be) than a mere profession of " ; Inai bas a right to form and a i . a 1 erntory oght to have its
IWrfciples? Weamestlst th to deliver an opinion upon them f WS? Recording to;the popula.
They sift, examine, and discuss them i V as 1 T as.may De lound Prac
TK.;; . ' Glstuss fem.-- tl(.abIe insistently with the pnblic inter
forward for jthis tA end responsible office, (if
earnestly trust they
We have seen and felt the
D. S. VVINEBRBER
i f ScHool for Boys.
l ?I?i3ndTIT,d havinS established his residence in
! Caldwell COutltT. Will be nrennrirt aKn V ...
ot May next, tp receive into his family a few boys to ed
ucate in company with his own sons. The course of in
struction will Be the usual one preparatory to the Univer
sity of thi Stile, ; jThe Charge 8125 per annum; cov
ering all txpehses Except books and stationary. For
further articular iddress the undersigned at Belvoir.
.near. Lenoir, Caldwell county. -N. Carolina. - -
ii ; JWOMASW. MOTT.
4 lf lt artejrwards lmtC
rwr " c ""'.wo anaieume m. - - . , ucaDle consistftntlv witK tV,
bad effect of such anoverftifrfcrin a 1 "eY are curious, easrer. attentlvn anrl t t . . 1UVC.
j --or -"-"v-i ui oui . I - v- v-w w nuivu jonn v Yventwortn
mimh ifnnnrianco nn mAM ik. ... I .lealOUS I and hv mnln'nor cnA maH. U n( Tllmkio .,U : . i -
and the Aonop the eWacier, and the happiness ot dauv subjects of their thoughts and disco- proposed to add the following : "provided,
the country imperatively demand a reform. We ver-es vast ; numbers contract a very tol- l t?1Ie are uot men enough in the Dis-
erable-knowledge of them, land some a "E J1 V?m?ia and "V? Stales of Mary
very considerable one. And bis it is that VT lofficf f"
. i fw a.s iaiu uuon me lame.
Flour, ; '
CIIERAW, MARKET, FebJ 18'
22 a 23
. 7 a9.
3i a 5
0 a 50
25 a 32
5 a Gi
Leather, solei 20 a 25 ;
Lard,; 9 al0
Molasses,",., 35 . a 40
Sailsait, ' 61 sa7
Rice,; , f; ;' 4 a" 5
ugar, br. '"-8 a 10
feelj the breest. f ;M, A i.r 40
"that has ever been brotiprhf 4 ,,,.
stock will be found the 'following - " i -
4d Plf P!"d anJ J'Um Kc-7 Jane, ani
Tweeds cloib 25 per cent cheaper than .ny othethause:
r - c-.-ai oiac ana iancy col'd a!paccas.eheatt
" - 1000 pieces blue, black aaJ fancy prists, at jea ' ,
r m JP.crerthart any other house. " .
, 50 pteees red, whit.aJ greeailanneU. I i i: -
eJS ,f 7gname Ht anchor bolting cloths;
Trt;.t. Nankeis assorted qualities anj sizes, i Vr1)
ndi'r?wo "S M ticks, apron checks,! !
eambncks,.,wis, jawIiiTa- br- assorTT '
nim, vesting diapers,duniiies, ubl oihs, fancy vel
jetsfor ladies dresses, ioncy silk, for do- rich fonc7eal.
15 a 13
t ' j . -l mere, lorda -.
-OTca straw gporn,tomt)azlnA and velvet hon.
lP!tftffMt4BfMn i . nets.;
net j - w . . " -tucsaaT tne t - s cases rneh's .nil Kr k.. vi.i ,r
wu uay oi itiarcn, at eleven o clock-A . M i 1 m ww -
. F STEPHEN FRONj ?tnt rt ' t " 5 1 ent'acrcwareycoiuviniug XOOOllzei
P S. the lttC 33ia
Watchman of SrSoiih! ?P!?:.!f ! f ware ,ar? T. Harwifr and cutlerrl a-
fer a fovor by eivinir the aho r i. T 7L: wdkq may tjpand, carpenter, tool, of .a kind...'
. " i supenor Etocit ot KodM .,.nrf;n ,
: a -f (no-m kiutc. m;
fills free countries with men! of abilitv in
all stations,! whereas, in other countries,
none but men whose office calls them to
"pwvy i iu f , iuo uugnoinCQ ot a
nation of drunkards," at the hands of foreign,
ers: and if such unbecoming raw
longer kept Up iii the council chamber by our law.
makers it will not be long before we are look
ed upon and treated as nation of rowdies! It is
high time thj$ unjust and undeserved aspe
updn the country was disproved. But we
uV Tr uuamicauon tor omce is made of ot this sort is extremely rare! in any sta
, wme time been required, we tion of life. In free countries there is of.
are destined to labor under and suTimit r 1 J , . , ,. . .
'An exchange narjer savs tb fit fl tar? i-P
much care or thought about pub- fiffeen who saunters about rum shops,
I i; rr-
rsion anairs, ana not daring to try the force BUf0,i,nBCIBars,cnewstoDacco,drinkswine
fear, of their opinions with one anotW: nhilitv .r fa.,,.sf in;J.ve vvith a lady much older
I it t
nk so too.
time to Come yet.
I - j - PfWlV forewarns all persons from Port .man
traaingjor a certain Dfomiiorr nnf nf hnA r H ii :
im i,f ai2T ()0, daited tbs Cth Januaryn T" "Promising Whig in all
-ui icuuuui.H dui u seems to
lTA,,va nc tJ mine caoinets ot princes in countries
rr7w8, as we are, we would not sup- whrm n. An. u...J l..-.I.
.- , . . i v"' wo w uavc an uuinion
$ lh de,cnp..on for ony office, let until he cotaes into them. '
mnf !innmnv.:.! rtf I h ! I
himjuspricipajlandpamesC. Roseraan as security, to
Tobias Kestlerifer a jcertain negro by the name of Adam.
The subscriber Jfeclates his intention not to pay said note,
because, of; a fraud ubon him inrfie trad
Jl H'ij"Lb': jOjin eddleman. "
uowan county, tp 15, 1845
i . . .' ----. -
a ipw aays since lound a cent embedded in th
middle of an ox's liver. The liver was entire,
ly enclosed around the cent and imprints of the
letters, were seen upon the parts with which
they had been in contact.
marJcable and Melancholy death. On Fri-
fj.h -State of North Carolina. )
ii HtN"4 Il0VVAN county.
i 11 AjKEN up and entered on my stray
wi, ana u can nard. I rr?s Til nr., .
lvbedpriirlHvnnVn ' j li-' xiuiuraiizauon Laws. tteso-
ly oe denied y any one, whose eyes and sense of if: i . A, T
r. -t.i. J. . . . , . y . , - lutions have nassed the Loins nna llnnco
J W,YrY "l comP,eie,Jr cn by preju- ReDresJntatives hv a T nf da7 eiBff st, an infant about four months
dice, that a love for bullying and blackguard. Z es by oe of thirty- oldf, son of Mr. William Poole of this place, was
iz7, is a particular and valued trait hvih 1 m.t., ..4uub luc ocuators ana touno oeao in the cradle, with a lame cat be-
f -b. - . i i mti racanrrvTi w a. x z m - i inn rrinrtrtA thn n t r i i t
ing JJemocfatic vrinciolcs ' "v't"A'ov "''"Ci oiiue in congress "f " luc mirnyr ou ins Dreast ana neck,
ana wnicn no doubt caused the truly melancholy
cVfnt. Yarmouth (Mass.) Herald.
pany proiessmg JJemocfatic vrinciolcs
as ill its acjts individually and as a Partv
. j . r . " i ; .i .
i&Ook, according to law. by Thomas ""questionably prove. And ft rievps n tn
p- r w umra iic ui ure vuun
(House in Salisbury, Iwo stray marcs of the following d
Kriptton. 4 Bay mar supposed, to be elevei years old,
, and a sorfe8ev p yedra old, both liipshotfea. f Said Btrays
were appraised on the 12th day of Februaryjtabe worth
823 eacliJ - i .i-1 jnnw i srrAUPP
t w w,jioi h., . x (Kanger.
- ALSOj4-Taken Mp on the I3fh in the Town of Saiis
bury by im'l Peevirs, a sorrel horse, eight years old. a
tar in the lace, a white soot on the nose, mfd lr.n t;i
to use their best exertions to procure a
modification of the Naturalization Laws
be compelled, from a no nf : :.t- n such manner as to ore venti fraud. Th
from us to those whom we are acting for, to be TroPic sa) f " That this vote is in strict
thus plain ana unreserved in denouncing such accordancej with the will of a large ma-
conduct and laying bare the inconsistency jofity of the people of Louisiana, cannot E.,
me uemncratjc party, and especially so far as ue "ouoiea ana we hope the Senate, will
it regards their loud professions of respect for promptly place the seal of its aDDrbbation
and mane,valuM t fifty dollars, J. I. S., Ranger.-
tioB and Mat;
H th day of March, the subscriber
je tothe highest bidder, his Planla-
In this County on the 18th
Lahtz, Mr. "WILLIAM R. FRALEY. to MI tank
daughter of Mr. Thomas Kincaid. ;
Y virtue of a Deed of Trust
Ja-J to me executed bv Claddiii It
r Wheeler, beat-in? date Anril Qfh
lb43, 1 shall expose to Public Smln. at tfc ; knu
ow wcapiea Dy tne said c. U. Wheeler, the 'property
coveyed by said Wheeler to me: Consisting of the
HOUSE AND FOUR LOTS,
being an entire square, (as laidoff in the platt of the town
of Salisbury,) together with all the improvements ; also
all the j ; ,
ffiouenoltr anxt mttixtn
of every description; one Carriage and Hdr.
ness, one Wagon and Gear, two Horses, Cows,
Hogs, Farming Tools, dfc., - '
There will also be sold the said Wheeler's interest in nine
j . j mt' articles may be mentioned in said
deed, that may remain undisposed of on the day of sale.
Most of the property is valuable, and persons who wish to
buy, would do well to attend. The creditors are particu
larly invited to attend on the day of sale. - Sale to com
mence on Wednesday the 19th of March, and continue
from day to day until all is disposed of.! If an arrange
ment can be made, a credit will be given ; if not the pro
perty will be sold for cash or negotiable Bank paper
,. v WM. LOCKE, Trustee.
Salisbury, Feb 22, 1845 4w42
Head Quarters, 4th DkisionN. Carolina pitia,
Ruiherfordton, Jan. 1st, 1S 45.
good assortment of carriage trimmin cr. Birit.H-rw .r.l X
1800D lbs oak tan and hemCleaiheiC :
i22kegs P00' FFF and-blasting powder
130 bags shot assorted sizes, -, -j -
- ' 2ff casks prime cheese,- 1 s "
" 'v tiW bses torime new ewm B!a ..! -L ; -7,
- if S?,w Kw Orleans and Tortd Rico soffar. ? -iv 4 J
; i5 Kegs nails and brads assorted siies.,
wane ieaa. oesi ouaiitv. , i '
80 pair Eliptic springs, - - ' . '
X5 boxes tm plate, -v--r-'. ,i--, .. ,
1 12 bis tanner's oil, (prime) ' t -. . ? ' .U v';-.
- 3Q0 lb. QuicksUverCpure) ..... - - . - 4
The above goods were all bought'in Philadelphia' and i
New ork with and for casbdnee the late faU iri prices
vwmcn i. irom to33f per ct. lower,) and many of
i9 now ouerea at lower pnceT than any of our
wiuiauia puu lor mem u Septemtter last.TTr.f -j v$ h
Merchants, pedlars, and , other wholesale 'dealer. canT
now visit our store with the expectation of finding at all
seasons of hejrear.a large,and cheap tock of every
kind of goods, as we have now one of the best buyers'
always in New York with C4A in his hands to buy1 any
bargain hat may offer. Give us a call, and we will show
yoa a larger and cheaper stock of goods than any other
house. . Particular attentioiv will be paid to wholsale or
ders. 7. KesDectfollv. ike. ! '7 - t . !F i
Y . ? - &v W. MURPHY
' . ' a ' . - - - . ... sviv . - , 7-,".
a. .ovv paies 01 uotton wanted ;i ,:X.
- VJ4 VJF V- JL!i Xv JLJLLJ v :
" " ' : - ? : AND L j
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. OF,
(i the Shell l) -v ; J
which persons ma prepare for themselves
the laws of the country
May the Whigs ever as a party, delight to
maintain by heir devotion to the Constitution
and the Union, which the heroes and saes of
ihe Revolution strove so hard to secure to
upon the resolutions."
n the nrera:
known on the
Fib 15 184-
s.; 1 Attendance eiven and terms mndi
iy of sale by. - 7. -
. i t.i- r'?
tnocracy wass ever thought of.
OCT The, votes for President and Vice Presi
dent nf th Tin !f a1 fitnio. .L"
verfiiousti iJvoevts for salt. House of Rebresentatives, on -Vednesday the
i ft1''' ' i i ' " lT77" .V 12th instant, when it appeared that James K.
VvILldatthlatefilencof E.M.Kelly, I m i - , . .
TT deceased on jTuesday the 4th day of March next! 0LK l lennessee, received 170 votes, and
the following property, to wit : 12 or fourteen valuable Henhv Clav, ot Kentuckv. 105 for President .
j . . . - j '
and George M. Dallas, ofPennsvlvania. I7rt
t JL - US- V JL v-r k7 ' ' ' '
OF DIFFERENT AGES AND sexes votes lorfV,c1 President, and Thkodohe Pre.
Iquantifoof IiVRSES, CATTLE, foGSAluvf?'oi Ne-W- Jeey, 105. ( '
oiiUH4 VVTTON, FARMING VTEN. A 11 was meretore, proclaimed in a loud voice
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN 1bv Mr Mangcm, President of the Senate, that
Friurth eipfc in R
fining 40Q Acres of Land . n!,n 4nn w 'u "r 7 vunracter uiey nave
r . - " 1 haraMnii. 1 T.. 1
"1!,ia,J pusnei. ot;. Wheat, some' Hay and Oats,
ucuwm ma ivucnen furniture. . sale to take nlacf.
9 . 1
and we tn in the end succeed in
firmly and jnaellibly the great principles which
we advocate4-and when in full operation, will
place the country injthe same prosperous con.
dition it was in; before modern Tofon n..
FURNITURE, a auantlitii nf
VfA ii-lTjA.'!! LE B OO II S.
so atr the same time and nlace. will K k;r.jn.:i
thriBtmai kboufe six! Negroes. Terms of both sale .nrl
wnrig to be a. liberal credit f particulars made knownxn
I the day of i sale! and the sale to continue from day to da V
. antil closed. T "t JOHN CI.rmpwt aj' 7
J f If &n pejVill annexed ot E. M. Kelly, dec
. Rowaql1 tounty, Feb 8, 1845 4w41
7 , r S. ' jThps indebted to said estate are requested to
vsp p saroe.r iaose navmg claims against said es
are requested; to present them within the t i m nr.
. il- l. vi'7.: . . . . . r.
4 f recovery.
bribed by (law, otherwise this notice will be plead in bar
ill VlrJiMiiM,T; Adm'r
STRAYED or stolen from ih anK.
Osefiber, living 11 mile, south ofLCon.
card. on Tuesdav the 21st J
m.i. il i . .!. . t . - - :r j -
4.;" panasaiga and a or H years old. v She is a well
ut, animal, and wop in fine order ; hasrae white hairs
bleinish in her left eye Said mare had on.
1 rHic an martmgai5 when she left. I suspect
1 ",he. atolnianjd will give a liberal reward to any
PTBoaiha will 4iveme such information as shall enable
tTpr recVrt het. ; I 7 77 - Wk. WHITE.
.a rimtt.. . j . - . . : .
'JTl u obtained Letters of Administration on the
m,v. - cam coiaic, 10 come. lorwara ana
t sw t!l. Tmentfeither bycash or xtote ; and
CiairhB Mrrainef if i mMn J.l ...
' fR. ptefel in bar of their recovervr 7 ?
i si i ' TnsPDiiHrpMt xr- " .
, I rc.t " .
betwM-scriber1ll thr31 7 January, 1845,
"na bill ; one 35 cold nie- V n- - o 1 .
rr"L - . 1 - , w O a a wsav E3q
ae Bu&sienber will eive a liberal ewar-l tW
JAS. H. HEATHER
3w41 -' '
il 11 'M concerning it. x
irrTtrr- - -I '
1 Prt&?T ?nfbm13 the Publihat 6he;isnow
,ia thl fxfcute work in the, above Jine of busi
. di Deat!t and most fashionable style. Orders'
rornr.7,u?DC.s.tnctlyattend t9., ;Straw and
. . 7 . c- fieaChed and trimmed in the latest fash--
MARY W. RATLEDGE.
James K. PoLk, of Tennessee, had been duly
elected President of the United States for four
years oln the 4th of March next, and Geo.
M. Dallas, chosen Vice President for the same
jength of time. - -
This is, we believe, the only occasion, on
which the Representatives of the People, are
required to sij with uncocered heads. ,
President jPolk does not desire, it seems,
,t0 considered the President of a party,
but of the United States, or at least is en
deavoring: t6 create that impression, as
may oe juagea irom the following para
graphs, which we clip from the account
of the Atlas of his reception at Cincinnati:
After some time the Presidentmade his
appearance, on the balcony of the second
story,! accompanied by the dignitaries de-
puiea, vye. presume lor that purpose, to
wait, upon him. . He was a'ddrd K,
",uuo A-caurf wuo, we are tolator we did
not near tne address made amost inju
dicious and barty address, and wound up
by introdncing the PresidentVof the Uni
ted States tdt u th6tDetnocrar, of Hfimiltnn
County T : :,""';. t,r
Mr. Polk's reply is said to have been a
severe and falling rebuke to Judge Read
He stated in fsubstahce, that he was not
the President of a pzry-but of the whole
people1 of the United ? States f tnat The had
been elected the unsought suflrages of
"o x t-opie j 3 inai-nis 7 oniy aesire was,
hrousrh tne aid of ah all-wise Providence.
ojbe jhstrumentaL milprombUnglhepros-
perity;.nannonyi and union oti tne.Umted
States and made no allusion to the par-
The attempt to elect a member of Con
gress in thi Ninth District of Massachu
setts, has again proved a failure. The
votes were as follows .-Hale, (W.) 4455: f fttoSrS
vviuiams, juem.) 4423 ; Swan, (Abol.)
-" 8 county on the ltth ult., Mrs; ELIZABETH
MtfCULLOCH, consort of Capt. John McCulloch, in the
61st year of her age. She has left an affectionate hus
band and five children who duly appreciate her great
worth, and numerous relations in this State, South Car
olina and Tennessee, who will feel the most painful re
7 19' The great loss sustained by the death
, i V 1,Au.uwcn win not oe conhned alone to the
bbt ; scattering, 271. It will be seen that
the Whig candidate has again received
the highest number of votes.
lost one of its most useful mmhpm wl
humane and charitable deeds, will be much missed, and
long remembered. Com.
At his residence in this county, after a short but very
?5ti5iillneM,on the 12th inst-' PLEASANT RED
WfNE, aged 31 years. He was a good citizen, and a
kind father and husband.
A large steamboat is now being fitted
up at New York, as a perfect theatre, with
galleries, boxes, pit, scenery and machin
ery. It is intended to float it up the Hud-
son, in the spring, and aflbrd an opportu- ftOVj MOREHEAD. sole proprietor of this Femal
Rev. Professor MORGAN, A. M., Phixcipal.
ORDERS, IYO. I.
THE undemgned, having been duly1 elected and com
missioned Major General of the 4th Division of North
Carolina Militia, has assumrd the rrtmm,i j
..v...u , uim ac
quires the proper returns and duties to be rendered to him.
2. The following gentlemen coinoosa the Stnflr
whom all are required to render the pror obedience and I On Chafingdishes, at my Shop, in a VerV'
respect. - William H. Miller. Division! InnoMAr m-f 1 - : -... .i . '
of the Staff, with the rank of Lieut. Jolonel. Charles
N. Emerson, Quartermaster, with the ank of Lieuten
ant Colonel. William Mvpm nn.-I TrtVn f t- a:.i.
with the rank of Major. Signed 1 '
JOHN G. BYNUM,
Major General, 4th Division, N. C. Militia.
Head Qaartcrs 1th Division Carolina Mitia,
Ruiherfordton, Jan. lj 1845. .
SPJECIAI. ORDER, Wo. 1.
mHEOfficewof the 11th Brigade, North Carolina
, . Wihtia, wilj meet at their usual places of regimen
tal muster on the 22d of February next, to vote for Brim-
flipr (Jcnilral in rUo. r P.'j: r- ' i . . .
. , fiMv. fnauicrjrenerai means,
signed. By order of the Waior General
; CHARLES N. EMERSON,
Feb l-3w40 Lieut. Colonel
nity to ihe inhabitants of the small towns
to witness dramatic representations. It is
a novel idea, f
DCPThe Hon. Lewis Cass has been cho
sen Ul S. Senator from Michigan. He was
expected to leave Detroit, for Washington,
on Monday last.
CO" The Printers of Philadelphia, or iuch as
delight in such amusements, intend giving a
splendid Typographical ball on the 7th of next
March. The PhUa. U. S. Gazette says, " we
feel assured that whatever the craft undertakes
fAey do well
Effects of Abolition, A bil j of some im
portance, says the Annapolis Herald, re
lating to the frecblacks and biulattoes of
Maryland, has become the law of the land.
By the act of 1811, they were allowed to
leave the State for an unlimited period
and return again, upon filing with the
clerk of the county of their residence a
certificate stating the reasons of their de-
V seminary, is nanny to announce tt, th fri.n. r
education, that he has succeeded in procuring the emi
nent services of Prof. Morgan in this institution. He
copies recommended by some of the mo8t"distinguished
literary men in the Union. '
He will enter upon his duties, assisted by persons high
ly qualified in the respective departments of a liberal and
ornamented education. The attention to the nersonal
comfort of the young ladies and the exercise of parental
caje and tenderness in the family of the Rev. Mr. Mor
gan, will be such as southern gentlemen desire for their
daughters. The expenses are 75 for a term of 5 months,
commencing on the 28th of May, with a medium sura for
the ornamental branches.
Letters of inquiry are to be addressed to SilhMt Mor
gan, Greensboro', N. C.
Feb 22, 1845 iW42
j FLOWER SEED.
Just received tlie following flower
Golden Eternal Flower, Scarlet Cacalia, Carnation Pink,
Devil in ! a Bush, White Immortal Flower, Double Bal
sam, Mignonette.-Ten week Stock, (Gilli,) Violet col'd
Zhjnia, Nemophylla Insignis, Dwarf Convolvulus, Sensi-
uvf riant, x eiiow lupins, rortulacca Splendens, Sweet
Abyssum, Purple Candytuft, Phlox. Drumnondi.Coreop
sis.Elegan Picta. tf42 J. H. ENNISS.
FRESH GARDEN SEED"
XUST received a suddIv of Garden Seed, wbirb
tJ warranted fresh and genuine, of last years growth.
Below will be found the different kinds :
Parly six week Peas, Marafet do., French Sugar Beet,
Bhod Beet, White Crookneck Squash, Summer do. Ear
ly do, tgreen striped.) Drumhead Cabbage seed. Early
of X. Caroliiia 1:l aA
Superior Court of LaxoFall term, 1844
Dorcas A. Jone3 vs. George K. Jones.
Petition for Divorce. , -It
appearing to the satisfaction of the) Court, that the
defendant in this case, is not an inhabitant of this State
It is ordered by the court, that publication be made for six
weeks in the Carolina Watchman, for said defendant to
appear at the next terra of this court, to! be held on the
4th monday after the 4th inonday in February next, and
plead answer or demur to phuntifis petition, or judgment
pro confesso will be entered and the petition set for hear
ing exparte. Witness, L. R. Rose, clerk of our Superior
Court, the 4th mondav after th 4rh
1844. t. R nn!P
. : Alt v a
Printers fee 5j 50
Soda Blgcuii. and Vafrr Crackers ; : .
KaisiavAlniondvPfnnts? : 1 "
Segars and Snuff, (Scotch and Maeabor ' '
A GREAT TARtiTV of CANDIES,, , ,: ,ii-.i
-. j -And Toys, r . f"
Fasli Sardines, Salmon Herring, and ilnllcts t v
, j OLIVE OIL,. . " i r!;r
Shf 2-Blacking, fiddle String, sperm ahd tallow Candles ' '
r NASll BRANDY, : : i
AND VARIOUS OTHER? LIQUORS tC WINES;
such asFreneh brandy, Holland gin, Jamaica mm Ma
deira, Port, Teneriffe, Claret, Champaigne, Muscat Mai- J '
aga and domestic wines, flsossome-splendid -
Porter, Scotch Ale and Albany Ale. , A
a great variety of other articles in my line of bustness'
too tedious to mention ; and which I will sell as low as
ther can be sold for cash, or en credit to nimnfa!- v..
All the above fin articles will be found a t the Salisbury
v ............. w HW y, vppvsuc oc vvi murphy s
store, or at the Salisbury Grocery and Confectionary, 1 1
, ' ' . F. R. JiOUECIlE. .:
Saltsbuff, DectHl; 1844 fc3 tn&26 '; f 'h; ;
State oc liovtftjenvoUnnlf
DAVIE COUXTV." ; -v;f i '
Court of Picas and Quarter frnttiL-?? TL ::'idtA
V -r.w w . , A IjrW
Mildred Renshaw. widow of Jiiiim Ttntiw ai rt".''
Renshaw, Wm Hendrex and wife Msrv. Dntnn ir.flM ,7
and wife Sarah Ann, Rebecca Renshaw, Elizabeth Ren-1
ahaw and John Renshaw. , - s
' : r Petition for'Dowcrs - t
IT appearing to the satisfaction of fthe Court, that Ar- 77 -ther
Renshaw, is not in inhabitant of this State :It Is! 7 1
ordered, that publication be made six successive Weeks in
the Carolina Watchman, that the said deC-ndnt tn tKi. ,
case. be and appear at the next term of this court, to be-
&tate. or jLortti earoUna,
DAVIE COUNTY. r-IN EQUITY. '
Maximilian CuthrcJl es. Jos. M. Rohprt
nah, and George W. Johnson, Adm'r., of Elizabeth Kirby.
Bill for Injunction.
i3W rr- hd Wife Sasan' Md at the court-house in Mocksville; on the 4th mohdar
??i!eftsu.."e not inhabitant, of February next.and plead, or md-ment wi'l JSkiill.
o4 mu oiaie : notice is hereby given to the said defend
ants, to appear at the next Court of Equity, tc be held for
""y avie,attne eourt-nouse in Mocksville, on
the 4th monday after" the 4th monday in February next
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the'
same will be taken pro confesso, and the cause heard ex
parte as to them. Witness, Lemuel Bingham, clerk and
iiiawoi saia court atroince,:be20tb of j January, A. D,
10 L. BINCf HAM, cm.
6w40 Printers fee 5 50 .
JftN hand a superior article of letter
V glazed foolscap. account and note paper ; also, cuills.
tus, Upcr uiacn ms., Tea oo, letter stamps, waters.
m:wig az,ot.c..oLc. 40 J. II. ENNISS.
V Ark nf-. KhIi.m.. A 1 r J c n .
. 1 j .1 . . - : i - o.o, uv, uujai uni, uv, oavry ao, ilea
partUre, and their intention to return.- Dultch do. Eariy Battersea do. Lon? Green Lnmt,
jThe clause of the bill, making this proVi- EaHy Frame do, Small Gherkin do, Short top Radish!
Sion. Was Stricken OUt Wherebv. Under no Cabbage Lettuce, Ice; Head do, mite
. . 1 ir , - I oua t-eiery, large lJutcn rarsmp, Curled Pander Onion
Circumstances, Will they be allowed tore- Sefd. (silver skin) Vegetable Oyster. TooiSItK
turu io itiD ounc, utter uaviuir uusenieui mnecuj;oe,c jtc. . J..11. JiNNlSS.
inemseives ior miny aays. . f-
V What is true of Maryland in this re
gard, may be said of almost all the South
ern slaveholding States, and the Aboli
tionists may felicitate themselves, in hav
ing accomplished thus much, in their fa
natical zeal for the amelioration of tlie
slavcs.n ' Nowhere at the South was snnh
1- ; JL:-- I (of 2 acres) near the Concord Factory.' And on Sator-
uuuiiiiou, auu iuut ui.uicoics, uc iirsr, 1 a Jtiouse jana tot Deionging to tne estate of the deceased
reluctaritl v'vfrdrfpd to its riassflfrl hnt Wr. t This isJ;Tcry desirable stand for a countrv store. ' -
-""r- 7. ' - - I . I iJl .Jr. . . l . . - i
j wen? uiuuuia crrun via ve given in me aaie oi tne
N Wednesday the 12th day of March next, we will
sell at the late residence of Gen. P. Barrimrar.dee'd.
(present residence of .Gen. Wm, C. Means,) 24 bales of
superior Cotton, of. a good staple and all taken oat in fine
oider about 12. or 1500 bushels of Corn, a large qaan-
my ot ay ; r on jer.-t arming Toola, Farniture, &e.,
&e. Also, some 150 yards of stout negra cloth.: At
thd samcj time and place, will be sold the House and Lot
(of 2 acres) near the Concord Factory
DR. J. J. SUMMERELL
gj AVING removed to the office lately occupied by
"""ff1 vajaweij, tne next door below J. II. Ennist'
Drug store, will always be found there unless profession-
auy engagea. Jan It, 145 Iy37
eventually? forcetl, in self preservation, to T -Bond andsetVre - d
adopt simiiarlawsV:-MaryIand has been - J- ":i p,'M.barinoeb.Vi,!
among.the last; to cive in 7 Her adhesion. T J 1 " l:S. R. BARRINGER. . I tarn- 4
and She h.fs been forced into (t by. a fannt. 1' Concord. Febreary 14th. 1845 ; 73w42
lcismJas reckless and desperate as .it was I riip RENTA large and comfortable dwelling nouse.
present year, a veiy likely
y topiC3 of the'Texas. Oreffori. Slaverv disorcranirir." r. nrl . rlhnnpsfi TA u ntztn iated on a 4 acre lot. . All r
IWH.L ofler for sale, in Lincoln ton, on Monday the
3rd of March next, being Monday of the Superior
Court, the following property, to wit : Eli HoyPs inte
rest in the High Shoal Manufacturing Company, being
one tenth part. , There are belonging to said Company
upwards of seventeen thousand acres of j Land ; twenty
valuable negro men, the most of whom are finrt-rat
chanics ; six waggons and teems, a Furnace Foree Ro-
uuS uw jittu jraeiory.au in good repair. -Also.
interest in two Lou purchased of Dr. Simpson, on which
re u me anops. t una negro woman and ch'ddren jone
corner cop-board, and other articles not necessary to
mention. , Due attention and a reasonable credit will be
given byne. j 4 ANDREW HOYL. -
Jan. 10th, 1845 33:5r Execnton
lli''1 Th Firm of JOHiN' V.
JLM BRO WN &, CO., heretofore existurg.has been dis
solved by mutual consent. . All those indebted, to said
firm, by Note or Book account, are requested to come for
ward without delay and make payment. I " " . ' ,
. ir- '-- 4 - -''I-- - J.' D. BROWN.
y Sallsbnry, Feb 1 ; 1845 V " t w40 '
,Au excellent 1'iano for Sate I
TinHE onderslgned intending to return to the North;
; JL offers for sale one flEosserts and Shomaker's new
improved grand acu'on Piano7Fortes. ' The Instrument,
wnicn tsa supenor one, ha3 been in use ten months. . It
can be seen at Richard B. 'Airy's, 7 miles east of States
Tiile, Iredell County. -rjC.
Fshl; f r fit ',
pro confesso. Witness, John Clement, clwk of our said'
court, at office, the 4th. monday of November, 1844, and -
octn oi American independence. : - ,
- ' JOHN CLEMENT, Clk :
6w37 Printers fee $5 $0" ; ' ' t ; ,ff.
' RUNAWAY NEGROES. ,
TMlAKEN up and committed ' to ' the Jail of
JL Rowan county; on the 7th day of Januarr.
. two negro men, Prince ami June. Prince is a
bout 30 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches hirrh. Juno
is about 35 years old, 5 feet high, and say they belong t ;
John D. A. Murphy; of Lexington District, South Caro
lina. The owner is requested to come forward, provs t
property; pay charges and take them away. 1 7 i
MISS SARAH iL.IilNSTER, .
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Mocia-' t
ville and the surrounding country, that she has com-: r
mencea roe ' -)'. - .. .-,; .
Eillinary and fflantnaTiaklfler BcsIcks,
in this place, at ther residence of Wm B," Starch. Esq.,
twd doors below the Methodist Choreh, where itho f will
be glad to receve orders for work in her line. " ? tJ
: She trusts from long experience, to be- able to give i sal
isfactkm. Charges will be moderate Hat arid bonnets
bleached and trimmed to order. r ; , -7 T. : ' r
M6clviUe,Jantiry, 11,1845 ' 3m37 1 IS
. . .
JOHN U. VOGLEIU
n alch f and . Clocltmrilicr.
.O.ULD,respectfuIly inform the cit
izens of Rowan and the a'TioIr.in
eountiesTrbat he hss onene J Lla
main street, in the otSce fbnaerty' occuoied tv Wm J ' ' '
Plummer, as saddler, threeT doors helow J. II. t'r;a
Apotnecary stow.waere be is prepared to execute ?I
work In his hne of business. Hiswork will recommend
itself; td the aged he can say that come end yoa can hive
good spectacles, also glasses fitted to suit any age. Jew
elerymade to ordeiv rings, breast pins, &c v V ! "
uid gold and silver, uken in exchange for work.
Jan 11.1345 . 137 ;
ITROM 10 to 15.0C0 feet of Walnut or Cherry riank
A. -for which aliberal cash nrice w;:ihMM"-- k 7-
J an. 14,1S4j. : Z D. WATS05T.
- i -
pEA 3 ba!f chests superior Jlyson Tea, which ' J, 1
JL will sell at cost to dose sales J 7 J. IL ENNISS. 4
Ft-1, 18455 t v tf-13 v ."14 -'.'
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