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THE PRQpPiN.OF . ANEXAT.OX.
tKo-Server! iof theoucsji -of , things
sihce the Ibenning of. the Tannexatioa
movement nci to be told that-the ac
quisitions of Texas is intended as tie; ini
tiative of oth'eila'cqusitjonsof lexican ter
ritory. The following paragraph from the
KashvilleUmc!njhas its own iimficance i
The last! all vices from Calilbrnia in
form us that! the! province is in a state of
revolatioii th 'natives wishing to expel
tbe-Mexicans, and having every prospect
of success. The struggle will be shorQf
it has not already terminated. We learn
also that many of our citizens who emi
grated to Oregon have fallen down and
settled in North California, and that they
have found. th,!e most delightful climate
and a! rich soil. I They affirm that Oregon
is but a bleak, barren, waste, compared
with California. We refer to these facts
to.shbw that it is'not at all unreasonable
to suppose that California may be in a
condition al-a very early day to be. annex
e to ourjUni63.j'. vf; v' z) ,'"r , y',f-o
A niore co ivehiehtode of conquest
iv as never du vised than the one v which
has given us Texas, and which promises
to secure Cal ijfornia. Our settlerso Jnto
a Mexican p rovince and take up their a
bo4e ; others follow them ; they take occa
sion to rise against the local authorities,
sure of kssis ahce from their countrymen
ja the United State ; the ' struggle is for
liberty. They prevail, and then they and
jibe country are in a condition to be annex
ed. This is tnorie convenient than a-war-like
invasion! IJaZ timofejLmerican. f
V THE FIRE IN PITTSBURG.
The Gazette says -that five persons are now
pretty certainly supposed to be lost in tjie great
fire. Samuel;; Kingston, 'Esq., ;an4. woman
employed as a servant in the family, perished in
his house on Second street. A poor woman, of
German extraction, perished on Third street..
A married woman, the mother of two children,
named McGowly, perished on Third street, and
a man named Johnson is supposed to have been
lost in Wood street, having heen seen, In a burn,
ing building. There are also reports of the loss
of others! which cannot be. traced to any relia
ble source. Such was the intense heat of the
fire that it consumed the remains of its unfor.
tunate victims in most instances entirely. The
Pittsburg jCity Regulator states that the burnt
district covers fifty acres in the city and six
ecres out of it. : - - -
'Loss or Pepperty. A committee appoint,
ed by the Pittsburg Councils, after a full exam
ination ot the burnt district, , having minutely
visited every part of it, have arrived at the fbl
; lowing jre suit:
982 buildings burnt, value
personal property burnt.
This d6es not include money or personal pro-
pert of young" tpn or persons not keeping
bouse; ! In calculating the value of real estate,
the committee have estimated the cash value of
Ttte improkements as they were before the fire,
and not what it will require to ! rebuild them,
which must exceed! the above estimate at least
twentj-fiye per cen
OtTThe Globe has a hard hit' at the Nulli-
fiers. i It charges- that . Mr. Rhett and his
South Carolina friends, at the beginning jof the
late session of Congress, supported in caucus,
Mr. Wilkins of Pa4 a . decided protective tariff
man, for he office of Speaker, against John W.
Jonei and j that afterwards, when McKay's
hill, modifying the Tariff of 143, was pending
"icveral if thb most-prominenfNullifiers" dodg-
tame voic. Wuiie omers cvtncea sucn a paipa
oie indmcsrehce to the result ot the measure as
to disheaVten their Northern friends, who, (says
(heGlobe,)shouia not be expected to risk
ihemseHes ti weoi&plishat great hazard, for
u iots statement true i n so, tne lxumijers
certainly have no nght-to complain of the Ta
riff, which the j would not aid in modiiying!
Tbejr stand on the ame footing with their bro
ther ? Democrats ' who, with curses of the
Whig TarifTof 1842 constantl on their lips,
jet refused repeal or modify it, either at the
mt sessjionjof Congress or the preceding one,
notwithstanding thy had a majority of about
60 roles! jThe Globe is now endeavoring to
throw the responsibility from the shoulders of
iti Northern' friend, who voted with the Whigs,
against touching ihb TarifT, and casting it up
on the Nullifvers. who. either dodged the vote.
or did not tufficiendy pat their Northern allies
on the baclt j- As the Globe is the pro tern.
-"organ'f of, Ir. Polk, it is manifest fronTlhisf
M well Mother ncit less significant signs, that
the Calhounites are! first to be read out of church,
hen kicked but of office, and then abused.
WelltKeV ire "brave talkers,and will swear
territjry as a glanders army-nui tnej win
pena their necks io the yoke ncTertheless !
tlemarkable Circumstance. The Salem
rt -' j !.- . . . .
l;uassM Gazette rccoroasomcreiQarKaDie
Miss marv Peters, wno mea on me 10m
March and MisS Betsy Peters, who died
Cr' -V J Trnlwav
room hi. iThASftit win sisters have alwavs
"o aays alter, Siged 73 years ana lour
'KvmA'i ' j v'L- - - - ;
'I?1, utmost harmony,
WAt thev Harl nn wish tnsnrvivft en.cn oth-
. j w - w .
. TN' deh was "!"ka"
i i ' it r
fort M - r;Y . C u if
11 onTcn 6ho b?c?me "P;
g-qous prevery thing around,her, and
u tJr8" Pn ta taightier than the word."--"'a
rUoka that soma of the cheese sold ahout the city
.- -9mm -
Ahe snrvU?n. Ut- xvh slnt witn W- ?lulv . ..? j- ; . T" ieaUierst
t.. rr::"7?.r r VMW :r . ' kcDt tOfiretoer. oo great was we speea pijiTaeed. 8H a 81
iffmnn-r1 of the Raritan, that she was never able to H7deVtgea, 4 a ,5
? dead Mak is dead r She contm- .L:kf ct, w nhWrl tn uhnrtAn sail J Ai 5
du iiir a IIIVU
nt 4iseUe. uritil Sunday noon; an4 ed i 0Ii lDe Pnm Beeswax,..
Without astrule Thev were both in- the eleventh day the Commodore, growing C ffee
n-ed hneSve tired bf the delay oecasionedj by the ,dnl CoitoV
' Jt one , .5rV,.. neSs df the Conirress. made sail, and reach- Corn. '
From thl Huntlville (A!.) Adrirj.J
Mr Clay La9 been requested by a gentleman
., r . .
in Sjxgh Alabama
to write a memoir ol Jits mo.
together: with history of the most atrocious X
falsehoods and slanders put in circulation against
him by his enemies. , Very properly UuOtj
has declined noticing the pestiferous fcrooa ot
libels wltK which hU namilaa been blacken,
ed by those who 'envied the brightness of hi.
lame and thebrilliancy of bifgenius4In thus
treating with I silent contempt his slanderers,
Mr. Clay imitate! the conduct of Judge OlirTof
Vermont, when - violently attacicea oy a young xiarnson, wno uiea aoouc xwciuy years
and very I impertinent attorney. ; To the sur- .ago, and was buried beneath the floor of
prise of all, the Judge heard him; through and the church. A small running stream pass
made no reply! After the court adjourned, one ed beneath the coffin, and of course to its
of those, present asked the Judge why he did effects this singular preservation ot the
not rebuke the impertinent fellow?
me,M said lhe Judge In a loud tone, so as to
call , a crowoftrounaV mcludinir the attorney,
permit me to tell you a storv : Mr lather,
tvhen he Mved down m the country, bad a dog;
Lr:ir-i Ty?ii mv p : .rrira:
nuuiu gu uui rvery moon HgOl nigui nnu uar.
at the moon ! for hours together." Here the
Judge paused as if he had finished the story-
MVell, Well, what of it V exclaimed hair a do
zen of the audience at once. M O, nothing, no
thing whatever; the moon kept right on, just
as if nothing had happened V So with Mr.
Clay; while the curs of party have been bark,
ing at hisheels, and vomiting forth upon him
every conceivable slander, he has kept right on,
just as nothing had happened; and when they
are buried and forgotten in their own slime and
filth, he vvJL continue to shine forth, the stay
and hope of patriot men," and honored and re
spected by his countrymen. No ; Henry Clay
will never immortalize bis detainers by notic-
mem ana ineir iioeis, airoougn iney out-
venom all the worms of Nile."
ARRIVAL OF THE VAN DA LI A.
Our readers were informed by our yester
day's paper that the U. S. ship andalia had
been iufected with the vellow fever at Port au
Prince, and that a .Iaro number of her crew
were sick from it. The Vandalia arrived in
Hampton -Roads on Wednesday, and it is now
our painful task to add, that the disease, since
her sailing from Port au Prince on the 1st of
April, has been direful in its results. Many of
the crew are on the sick list, and nineteen have
the following of-
diedj Among the deaths are
ficers ; f . I '
Geoeoe Mason Hooe, 1st Lieutenant.
Lieut. J ames M. Lockest. ; .
Surgeon V. S. Green.
Purser Robebt S. Moobe.
J oun Overman, Carpenter, (before reported.)
SahuRl Crow, Sailmaker. i-
The Vandalia has been towed up to the bight
w xiuuj iiauu suu uci diva icuk up iu iuo
Naval Hospital. There are only about forty
or fifty sick, and most of them are out of danger,
The sloop of war Fairfield was ordered down
yesterday to receive on board the healthy part
of the crew, and the ship has been ordered to
quarantine, where she will remain untl, in the
opinion. oi tne neaun omcer, sne can be sate-
ly permitted to comeup to the NavyYard.
J j Norf old Herald.
ThefKingston papers announce the determi
nation of IIekaed, Ex-President of Hayti, who
has been for some time sojourning in Jamaica,
to return immediately to Port au Prince, with
the view of regaining the Chief Magistracy.
Herard has been persuaded to this step by a
deputation which recently arrived in Jamaica
from Hayti, for the purpose of inducing him to
abandon his peaceful privacy for a career of
ambition. He is under the impression that he
will be made President once moro without
bloodshed ; but we expect to hear of fresh troub
les when he e fleets a landing at Port au Prince.
I New .Orleans Picayune.
: f : 1 .
It is announced officially, in the Madi-
soniari of yesterday afternooo, that the
Hon.W. Hi Stiles, of Georgia, has been
appointed by the President Charge dAf-
fairei-to the Court of Austria, and the
on.lA. Dsvezac Charge dAffaires to the
HagUe. Bait. Amer.
-Our correspondent at Kingston,
c la. Vs under date of 25th
Reported Loss of a U.S. Vessel of War.
March, that a Colombian vessel arrived at that
placefon this 14th of March, bringing a re
port that art U. S. schooner of-war had
been vrecled on the coast of San Bias,
and that all her officers and crew had per
ished The captain who brought this re
port did not recollect the name of the lost
vessel; but; he was sure that it was not
the Flirt. " tWe hope that the report may
prove Ito be incorrect Bait, Amer.
The: New York Herald says that the
advices by the Great Western has had ve
ry little influence on the markets.
A fire occurred at Milwaukie (Wis.) on
the GtH ins, which destroyed over thirty
buildings, mostly stores.. Loss from 80 to
$100,000. t v
' Death of fudge Leonard of Plaquemines,
The N6w Orleans papers announce the death
of Jude Gilbert Leonard, s Ho died oa Tues-
. -..it , ... . , .
en in tne late auei who mr. soca. iuo uuci
had its?orisin. it wiii be " recollected, in the
faxx" at the late; Presidential
r. t.ij- n .. . - , i ..
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: V- S. Frigate Raritan
1 f . i . . . ' . - -
. ii i,n TJJS Fridate Raritan
ana me Umta. frigate congress. uome
. rtecember. ife Rirfton and Coneress
to company from Montevideo for
I I . 1 Sif -r .. . j. . i
via. flnni s s a sm aira v i m mon inroiri
took tfie lead, and kept it nnder easy i ci-
i ever v uicut v w ww
to enable the uongress. to come up. m
no tl3i was there? any contest between
sh& great was the superiorly
nheitanltr every Vespect. On
ed Rio Janeiro the third day, after, com
ing to anchor two .days before the oon-gress-rbeatin
her two days put of Ave,
TETRIFIED CORPSES f
A petrified corbse wast lately found at
Berthier, Canada." Some, workmen: .who
had occasion tn w?mAW vnral coffins, in
excavating, for? the- enlargement of the
church atbthat p,ace came upon' one of
- . 'v M ri ;!!
oaal hardnesv and fi "
P "to Peces, disclosing y, tho-
rooghly preserveoVand turned to stone,
bich was removed to a neighbqnng d wel-
ling. The remains are those jof a Mrs.
fThm xr;J!,'t. cs,Mi r it,. 'Aif AW
r nxm t :u. u it..
vaffrant. at Ran-0. ;'tWe State of
e. xxine ot them were severally sen
tenced to the House of Correction, for from
five to thirty days. Two of those who
were condemned for the shortest time, are
Chabxestok Publications. We have been much
gratified of late to perceive that our godd city, among
other signs of improvement and reviving prosperity, is
beginning to issue from her own presses the productions
of her own author. Messrs. M'Cajltex & AtLEx have
published Dickson's Practice , a newf work by our
scientific Professor and eminent practioner of Medicine,
Dr. S. II. Dibxsoif, in a style worthy of a publishing
house of the first characterthe typography r and me
chanical execution generally, do the highest credit to the
spirit and liberality of the publishers, and to the skill of
the printers, Messrs. Bceges & JiXE3.--Chat.Giur,
Racks, in stables, are going out of use, because horses
often become blind by having particles of hay falling : in
to their eyes. Troughs sre substituted, j I
THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.
An intelligent correspondent of the New Or
leans Jeffersonian, writing Ironl Vera Cruz,
says : - -
"The news of the final action f the Senate
on the Texas resolution was received here three
caaaed much surprise among
foreigners and excitement among natives. An
express was immediately sent by the Command
ant General of this place to Mexico, communi
cating the intelligence to Government, and con
sequently considerable anxiety is felt here to
know what course will be adopted by Congress
in the matter. The more I reflect; upon the
subject the less able do I find myself to give an
opinion as to what will be the course nursued
ujr mciicu iu mis case jno ining is most cer-
tain, that she finds herself in the most awkward
position that can be imagined. She j is not in
a situation to keep her head above water in
time of peace, and where is she to get the funds
from to support a war? The" actual Govern-
ment, by not declaring war against the United
States, would be placing a terrible engine in
tne bands ot the recently fallen party, to be us
ed againsfltself in such a manner as to jeopar
dize greatly its existence. It is impossible to
say what will be done ; but I think that Gov
ernment must declare war to save itself. In a
very fe w days we shall know something certain,
and perhaps even before the sailing of this ves
sel." j -j.
The following is an extract of a letter receiv
ed by a gentleman in the city of Baltimore, da
" Vera Cruz, Marcn 29, 1845.
" Congress has been in session on the sub
ject ot the Texan resolutions ever since the
news of their passage by the United States
Congress was received. A great many propo
sitions have been discussed, such as war, non
intercourse, expulsion of Americans, confisca
tion of American property and vessels. But
nothing of the kind has been decreed yet ; and
when the first impression is over, they will no
doubt go more mildly to work, as what can they
expect with high-banded
measures against their
From the New Orleans Tropic April 14.
Late and Important from Jtexicp.By the
arrival last night ot the steamship) Alabama from
Havana, bringing papers to the 9th inst., we
have later news from the city oft Mexico. On
the 29th ult. our Minister in Mexico was in
formed that the diplomatic relations between
the two countries had ceased. The trial of San.
ta Anna was still in progress. The robberies
between Vera Cruz and Mexico were as rife as
ever. It now appears that Mexico is willing
to recognize the independence of Texas, provi
ded the latter will decline annexation to the
United States. j
The late hour at which we received our pa.
pers prevent our giving a fuller account of the
news by the arrival.
The Hon. Ashbel Smith, Secretary of State
of the Republic of Texas, had arrived at New
Orleans, and was to leave that city on the 14th
instant for Washington, on an Important mis
sion to this Government. ! i
SALISBURY MARKET, April 26.
' Flour $3 a $3) ; Bacon 5 a 6 cents ; Lard 5 a 6 cts;
Sugar 7J a 8 cts. ; Coffee 8 a 8 J eta. ; Molasses 40 a
45 cts. ; Corn 28 a 30 cts. ; Tallow 6 cts. ; Iron 3 a 4
cents ; Salt, sack $2 a $2 J ; Salt pr. bushel Ql.
FAYETTEVILLE MARKET, April 9
BrandWch, 60a 75 ;Lard, 6a7
v a ki
Molasses, ' 30 a 40
12 a 15
r 6 a0
.74 a 10
5 a 5
16 a 20
Oats, 30 a 35
Oil, Linseed, 75 a 80
Nails, cut, ' 5 1 a 0
?d. Ropo. :
Rags, per. lb. . 2
Sugar, brown, 7 a 10
do. Lump, 14
do. LoafL 14 a 16
50 a 524 Salt, (bush.) 45 a 50
$3 a S4 do. Sack, 80 0 a 82
10,'lobacco, l'L 2 a 21
Wneat. i 00 a 70
Whiskey, 23 a 28
Wool, j . . 12i a 15
CHERAW MARKET; April 22.
4f a 6
45 a 50
25- a 32
"5 a 6i
Leather, sole, 20 a 25
.Molasses, 35 a 40
Nails; put; e aei
Sagar,1 br; -' 8 a 10
do. LbaC X5 a 18
Conrad, &q , Mr. ItUPOLPH -Y AUNTS. u Miss
NAIiriSSA )anrrtitnr;Tirrtan Watsnn.'
-' Tn thi ronnt nn m nfanr. hf Solomon PmI.
er, Esq., Mr. JACOB ROW; to Miss MARY SLATER.
In this eonntr. on the 17th instant. AMANDA EJ.IE-
LINE WINDERS, daughter of Henry C. and Mary
Winder, aged about 18 years. Also, on the same day.
and Within a short tim after the death of her sister A-
manda.MARY E. WINDERS, aged about 11 years. :
lraxLUUxi c, Clxaffiii, Iff. I4
HAVlNCTlocated st Jacob Coleman's, (Cabarrus
county J oners his professional services to the pub
lic M SDril26.1845 tf52
&tat0 of Kortlij Carolina Datic County.
N. S. A. ChafEn, Adm'r. vs. Jadith Long and others.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Josh
ua fi. Lons. one of the defendants in this case, is not
an inhabitant of this State : It is ordered, that pdbheation
be made In the Carolina Watchman, for six weeks, for the
said defendant to sppear at the next Ceort of Equity, to
be new lor tie county of Davie, at the Coort-Uouse in
Mocksville, on the 4th mondajr after the 4th mondajr in
August next, and plead, answer or demur to complainants
bill, or the same will be taken pro confesso, and the cause
heard expaijte, as to him.
Witness; L Bingham, Clerk and Master of said Court, at
Office, the 4th monday after the 4th monday in Febru
ary, A. D., 1845, and in the 69th year of American la
dependence. L. BINGHAM, cm e.
6w52 Printer's fee $5 50 j
tllit.iWrropertjj for Sale,
THE subscriber takes this method of offering for sale
his well known Tan Yard, in Iredell county.
three miles from Davidson College, together with eleven
ACHES of LAND. The Tan Yard is welljmproved,
consisting of fifteen Vats, and all other necessary fixtures
and buildings. Any person wishing to bay the above
premises, can do so by applying to me near Cowansville,
Rowan county. The terms will be reasonable, and to
suit the purchaser. THOS. L. BEATY.
April 26, 1845 5 w52
ROCKFORD SURRY COUNTY, N. C.
THIS Institution commenced its first session on Mon
day the 14th of April, under the conduct of the
Rev. Wk. W. Bukch, who is so favorably known as a
teacher in many parts of this State, and has for 8 or 10
years taught with great acceptableeess in the best Aca
demies of Georgia and Mississippi. Under the care of
such a teacher, this school cannot be surpassed by any in
Western Carolina, and we can confidently recommend it
to parents or guardians who wish their children or wards
well instructed in ail the branches of an Academical
The location of this Institution is among the most
healthy in the State, being situated on the banks of the
Yadkin, many miles above any thing like still water,
and the surrounding country is very! broken, consequent
ly entirely free from any of the prevailing diseases inci
dent to a level country and sluggish streams.
The terms of Tuition per Session of 5 months are as
follows : 1
For Spelling, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic
: commenced, 5 00
" Arithmetic continued, English Gramar, Geo
graphy, History, &.c. . 8 00
' The various branches of Philosophy, Rheto
ric, Logic, Composition and Declamation, 10 00
Chemistry, Geology, the higher branches of
I Mathematics, with the Languages, 12 50
Students entering the Academy after the commence
ment of the present session will be charged in proportion
for the remaining time. Board can be had in the best
f families in the village and neighborhood at from $5 to
go per month, including washing and candles.
L VM. P. DOBSON,
F. K. ARMSTRONG,
GEO. W. BROWN.
I N. H. BLACKWOOD,
! i - M. Y. FOLGER,
April 26. 1845. (52:4w) Trustees.
WAS taken up and committed to the jail of
Surry county, N.C., on Saturday the 12th
April, a negro boy who says his name is Little
ton, and belongs to John Hagan, of Belair, Lan
caster District, South Carolina. Littleton is about 23 or
23 years of age, very dark complected, had on when ta
ken up an old black jeans coat, white cotton pants, and
an old wool Hat.
The owner of said boy is hereby notified to come for
ward prove property, pay charges and take him away or
he will be dealt with according to Law.
EMANUEL CRANOR, Jailor.
April 18th, 1845. (52:tf)
; County Creditors.
A LL persons having claims against the County of
xjL Rowan are requested to file them wah John 11.
Hardie, Esq., on or before .Wednesday the 30th inst., as
the Committee of Finance will meet st the County Clerk's
Office, on that day, and continue in Session from day to
day, as long as may be necessary.
JEREH. M. BROWN,
D. A. DAVIS, -i
- "; Committee of Finance.
Salisbury, April 19, 1845 2w51
j LAND FOB. SALE.
mHE subscriber is the owner of a Tract of Land
X containing 1,320 Acres, lying in the county of
Dyer, in Tennessee, on both sides of the t orkadeer riv
er. It is bf a good ouality--equal to any Lna in me
Western District, distant from the Mississippi rirer 15
miles. The Forkadeer river is navigable some distance
above.' I will sell at the Government price one dollar
and 25 cents per sens with easy payments.
A W. BRANDON.
Satioburf, March 24th. 1845 48:3m
STATS OF NORTH CAROLINA.
i 4 IREDELL COUNTY.
Couft of Equity, Spring Term, 1845.
Drucilla Gaither, Aza B. F. Gaither and Elijah Camp
bell, vs. Samuel Albea.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Sam
uel Albea. the defendant in this case is not an inhab
itant of the State : It is therefore ordered that publica
tion be made in the Carolina Watchman for six weeks,
that said defendant appear and answer complainants Bill
at the next Term of this Court to be held for the County
of Iredell at the Courthouse in Statesville on the second
Monday after the 4th Monday in August next, or the
same will be taken pro cotuesso and beard ex parte.
Witness, Thomas H. McRorie, Clerk and Master o
mA Court at Office, the 2d Monday after the 4th Mon
day in February, A. Dt 1845, and 69th year ot our lnde-
pendence. I47;w; wavnt .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
; IREDELL COUNTY,
j Court of Equity, Spring Term, 1845.
Jans Sharpe, 1 ) Andrew Morrison, George Al-
Jsmes Sharpe, ( ( Iison, samaei weictt. r
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Sam
uel Welch is not an inbabiunt of this State ; It is
therefore ordered that publication be mads in the Caro
lina Watchman for six weeks, that said Defendant ap
near st tne next jooji oi xxnuty to oe neia iuc vwu
noose in statesyuie tor xne coumy oi ireucu on uw u
Monday after the 4th Monday in August next, and plead
answer or demur to Complainants Bill, or the earns will
lw ttrn nrA eftniemm mm to him." -?,-.- ' '
Witness, Thomas H. McRorie, Clerk and Master of
said Court at office, the 2d Monday tter 4ti wonaay
in February.-A. D. 1845, and in the 69 th jear of our
Independence. T. H. McKUKUU, c x.
. - - f i (47:6t) Printers fee 05 00 v
j-rmww.-k !nre Quantity of eenuine Qui-
W nine just received and for sale by J. H. ENNISS,
DroggtSt. --fr - Atrnr vw - - - -
vw v4i 'noerior article f letter oaceT ruled, and
0 S rftn.accotmt and note caper ; also, criHs,
t J ens. sutwr black ink, red do, lettr stamps, wafers.
mmmMnit Wat. C.. OtC, - Vv -
HAS just returned from New-York
nd Philadelphia, with a great va
riety oT , r"
NEW AND DESIRABIJE
Amongwhich are gold and silver Levers, Le
pine and common Escapement Watches, fine
gold and stone Rings and Pins, (new and beau,
tiful patterns,) fine Bracelets ' and "Necklace,
gold Gard and Fob Chains and Keys, gold and
I silrer Pencils and Thimbles, . , .
I Gold and Silver Spectacles,
German Silver, Steel and Common do..
Gold Lockets and Clasps, shell Card Cases. Pin and
Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors, Purse Clasps and tassels.
Hair Pins and Bugles, Coral and satin Deeds, tooth brush
es, pocket Compasses and Combs, fancy French soaps,
Chapman and Emcrson'i superior Saior STRAPS,
Silver PUded Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays,
Silver Spoons, Sugar Tongs, Steel Pens, Pock.
et Books, Silk Purses, Music Boxesifne
! Walking Canes, Hemming' s best
Needles, Bodkins $ S'dvsr Bui
terKNIVES,', Together with a great variety of other articles. All of
which have been carefully selected In regard to taste and
quality, and will be sold very low for cash. Persons wish
ing to purchase articles in my line, would do well to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
All kinds of Watches will be repaired, such as
chronomiters, duplex, horizontal, patent-lever,' musical,
repealing and plain. Also, clocks, musical boxes, and
all kinds of Jewelery will be put in order on reasonable
terms. Having obtained a very steady and skilful work
man from a celebrated Watch making Establishment in
Philadelphia, he feels no hesitation in saying that he will
be able to give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with their work. All he asks is a trial.
Lepine and plain watches will be altered to patent le
vers, and warranted to perform well, f
01 J gold and silver taken in exchange for work done.
JOHN E. BOGER.
Salisbury, April 5. 1845 tf49
StatcsTillc Female Academy.
THE second quarter of this Institution, will com
mence on Thursday the lot day of May, under
the care of Miss E. JT. Baker. The course of in
struction will be extensive and thorough, including all
the branches usually taught in the first Female Acade
mies. Terms, per quarter, 1 5 6, according to the
advancement of the Pupil. Music on the Piano, $13
per quarter ; Guitar, $10 ; Waxwork $5 ; Painting and
French, 7 each. : , Pupils charged from the time of en
trance, but no deduction made for absence afterward,
except in case of long sickness.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in the town at the
low rate of $G per month. 51:3t
April 19th. 1845. ,
CHEAP, CHEAPER ! "CHEAPEST !
THE subscriber respectful
ly informs his friends and
f the public that he still continues to carry on
in Salisbury, on main street, a few doors south of J. &
W. Murphy's store, and just opposite the Rowan Hotel,
He has on hand a large assortment of furniture, and
keeps in his employment the best of workmen, and uses
the best materials the country affords. lie has on hand
at all times an assortment of such work as will suit the
wants of the country, such as Bureaus, Sideboard, Sec
retarieo. Cup-board, Table, Candle-ttandt, Wash
Cane Bottom and Windsor Chairs, $c.
A neat assortment of Coffins kept constantly on hand.
This is done in order to prevent unpleasant delay in the
burial of the dead. My charges are moderate, not only
in the last named, but in all the above articles. The
subscriber would say to the public that they would do
well to call and examine before they purchase, as be in
tends hereafter to sell cheaper than work has ever been
sold in this State.
All kinds of country produce and lumber will be taken
in exchange for work. DAVID WATSON.
Salisbury, April 19, 1845 . 25tf
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
Wilmington, N. C.
March, 1845. 46:$vr.p'&
INSURANCE AGAINRT LOSS BY
THC subscriber haring been appointed an agent of
the ' Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company,"
would give notice to those who may wish to obtain in
surance on goods, buildings, Ate., that they can have their
property insured against loss by fire on ss reasonable
terms as it can be done by any company insuring in this
section of the State. Any information on the subject
will be given on application to the undersigned. All
letters of enquiry must be post paid.
D A. DAVIS
Salisbury, March 24th, 1845 48: ISt
LOOK AT THIS.
mHE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
JL the public, that he still continues to carry on the
Cabinet Making Business,
in Salisbury, on main street, a few doors south of J. & W.
Murphy's store, and just opposite the Watchman Printing
Office, and keeps in his employment tne oest ot work
men. He has on hand at all tunes such work ss will suit
die wants of the people such as Mahogany, Cherry and
Walnut Sideboards.Bureaus, Secretaries, China-Presses,
Cupboards, Tables, Bedsteads, Ladies' Work-stands,
- He also has oa hand a large and neat assortment of
Coffins, and will constantly keep a supply, arrangea
from the smallest to the largest size. -
AU Jobs done by me shall be in the best style, and the
charges lower than at any other shop of the kindin this
place. All kinds of country rroaucc -u w...
be taken in exchange lor wore, a n
will be given to punctual dealers. .
April 50; i845-49:iy .; ' -1 :::
STATE r OF NORTH UAliUitiiy a .
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DAVIE COUNTY-r-Fefcwy Session. 1845. ,
" Samuel Tsylor vs. WiUisni Luna, ,,
Attachment levied on six Acres of Land. ? ;
TT nnearina to the satisucuoa ot tne cun tnat tne
I Defendant has removed beyond the limits of ih'ufState,
so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on
Kim :'. It is therefore ordered, that publication be made in
Carolina Watchman for six weeks, tnat be oe ana appear
before the Justices of our Court of Fleas and Quarter bes-
w at the next court to be held for the county of Davie
at the Courthouse in Mocksville, on the 4th Monday in
Mv nxt. then and there to reDlew and Olead, otherwise
radirment bv defatilt final will be entered against him and
tne lanus teviea on conaemnea to saiiNj h'-"
debt, h (Prs- fee 85 47:6t) JOHN CLiMi r.
.vf r MICHAEL BIIOWN, ;
U10 iUUvll'"t-- i , .
LAHJ FOR-SAiLa. '
"PURSUANT to a DeVrf,!::-n ,t
Equ.ty for Rowan county; the Clerk ar.J
Master will sell at the CourU louse in Salisbu.
rj, on Monday the 5th day of May, (bein5 th
Monday , of the Countj Court,) the foilovvin
TItAGTS Or LAIIU. :"
Two thirds of a tract of Land lying ba the S.
Yadkin at the mouth of Third Creek, contain.
fins about TWO HUNDRED AND SEVF.v.
TY ACRES, subject to the right of dower there.,
n, of the widow of John JRobly, and the widow -of
Forest Monroe, decd. A credit of 0 months"
will be allowed, and bond with sufficient securi-t
ty for the purchase money, required on the day.
of tale. . : V ,
Also at the same time and placeman undivided ,
share of a moiety of two hundred and fourteen
ACRES, where John Gillespie resides, on the
forks of . Second Creek, adjoining tho lands ot -James
Owens, John Gibson and others, which;
undivided share would amount to 12 or 13 acres,
on a credit twelve months! 'i Also rcquirin j
bond. ' - - :.f' : " - . .. .
I At the same time and place, will be offered for
sale, two other TRACTS OF LAND, Tying iw
Rowan county, belonging to the Heirs of Sam.'
uel Miller, dee'd. One containing' ;
on the waters of the Yadkin, adjoiningthe lands
of Leonard Parks and others. The other lying
on Panther Creek, adjoining the lands of James.
Bohnan and others, containing about TWO
HUNDRED AND TEN ACRES. Acred,
it of twelve months will be allowed and bonds" v
with sufficient security demanded on the day of
sale. - ' v - .. y-' " ' .' " -
Under the same authority, on the day and at
the place aforesaid, will be sold, the interest of '
Henry CiybJeVHeirs, in a TR A C T OF
L A ND, whereon the late Jacob Cauble lived,
adjoining the lands of George Cauble, Johnv .
Hartman and others, about seven miles cast of
Salisbury, being lone fourth of ' f - - - - -
7 WO HUNDRED AND SEVENS.
ACRES. ' y.
A credit of twelve months will be allowed, and -bond
with approved security for the purchaser
mopey rexjui red to be executed on the day of
sale. In all cases the Jitle is withheld ntil the
payment of the purchase money, unless the Court -shall
for special cause otherwise direct ' ;; r
SAMUEL SILLIMAN, C. M.-Ei ' '
Salisbury, April, 12, 1845 4w50
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA;
ROWAN COUNTY. ,
In the eanrt of Jqnltf Spring Term, 1S1S.;0
IN the matter of Joseph Hawkins and wife,
with the other heirs of John Hall, deceased ;
It is ordered that the Lands mentioned. in the pe.
tition filed, bo sold by the Clerk and Master,
who jhereby gives notice Jthat the said Land will - r
be ofTered for sale at the late dvelling.house of . '
John Hall, dccM, on Saturday the 3d day of May "
nexti ' One' Tract of ' - - :-r 1 ' , h
THREE HUNDRED ACRES l
the homo place, adjoining-tho lands of Joho -Henty,
Henry Felker and others, "on the South :
Yadkin. The other containing 100 ACRES, , - "
also on the South Yadkin, adjoining the lands
of Abram Montgomery, John Henly and others ; (
both sulect to the widows right of Dower, and !
upon a credit ol twelve monlhsrfrquiring bonds , '
with sufficiensecurity for the purchase money r :
on the day of sale. "Attendance "and further -particulars
then disclosed if necessary, by
. SAMUEL S1LUMAN, C. M. E.
. April 12, 1845 . . 4w50
NOTICE-Thf re will be sold bf the subscriber at . -
private sale, one half Acre Iot, oa the great
Eaate.rn Square, adjoining Alexander. Fraley's lou if"
not sold before Tuesday of May Court, I will ouer it for '
aale on that day at the Court-house door. " "
April 12, 1845 4w50 J. B. HENLY, Adm'r. r .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Davie County 'February Sessions, 1845.
- Susanna Hodge,
Joseph Hodge, Anthony Hodge, Da -
Petition for v
Tid Hodge, Mason Unndle, John
Hodge, Joshua Young and wife.
IT appearing to The satisfaction of the Court that Josh
ua Young and wife are not inhabitants of this State. "
It is ordered that publication be made for six weeks in
the Carolina Watchman that the said defendants ia this
case be and appear at the next term of this Court, to be
held at the Courthouse in Mocksville on tne 4tb Monday
in May next, and plead or judgment will be taken pro
confesso : witness, JohnClement, Clerk of our said Court e.
at office, the 4th Monday in February, 1 845, and in the
69th year of American Independence. '
(Pr a. fee 85 47 6Q JOHN CLEMENT, Cl'k. . ,
THE UNDERSIGNED ;
RESPECTFULLY announce to the public, that they
have recently purchased that large and commodi-"
ous Public Home in Mocksville, Davie county,
known as the ' .:: ' -' , "
that they have refitted end newly farritched the same and
opened it for the use f-tbe public f To those acquaint
ed with this stand, it will be unnecessary to say that the
building ia nearly new ; the rooms largo and airy, of
modern construction, and that the entire establishment
with its , - t'v-
Out-buildius? and adjacent Grounds,
t mnitt Ammodious!v and comfortably arranged. The
undivided attention of the undersigned will be directed to
the comfort and well being of those who jmay honcr
them with their patronage. : '-- -
MocksTillc, February 20, 18453 w44
DRS. P. & A. M. HENDERSON,
H AVING associated ihemselve s in! the Prac
, tic of Mkdicixb, offer their Professional
serrices to tne ru"v , - t".
building, opposite the Kosna tmeu; r
SaJispury, Marcn i, io ttt ... , ,
Doct's Hurton & Krldcr,
HAVING associated tbemselres in the Prac
tice of Mexicie,! (and located at Mount
Vernon, KriderV Store,) Rowan County, ) of
fer their professional services to the public
. . n iiroiV
AVISO located at P.lenno, ""TV-ed.) cf-
residence of Dr. B. T W8rouV; .n hones t
r.. v;a nrnfeainonal services to
receive a sham of poWtoPfiE:
V llL .(See l.tly oooopied b.
HAVING flVst oor below J, II. Enrs
Judge CoX? tber nn!f ss pro.Vr oa
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