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f North Carolina, well known in this State as a gt-!-
in of Science has been ;cntertainin j oar Citizens for
geveral nights past, with hla interesting lectures onGi
'. 'aili. Magnetism ElectrriagnetisCnemiatry.c.;
O tccompanyingtSesanie wit a many beauluul experiments.
- illustrative of these, subjects. - We attended them, and
' jnast say it DBS rarely Leerj our privilege to. hear a lec
tarer who affrrdjed so much pleasure, and at the same
time, profit to his audience as Mr. Botsford. He i
rendering a trainable service to the people wherever he
roes, in that he Imparts to thein a knowledge of many
'jhings in the sciences which, could not be, so easily ob
i ttjned otherwise!. ; His Medical Helix a wonderful
pdratos, invent Jd, we Jbelie; ve, by Preface, for " afford
ing persona whd have weak nerves an opportunity of
" idling shocks produces efiects. decidedly laughable.
jlll His experimejis are truly interesting, and it is indeed
ti rich treat to attend his lectures, j -srt'-rK
; PROTEST; OF TUB MEXICAN MIN
ISTER AND KEPLY OP THE SEC
;f ETAUY OF STATE z -:
, fWcfinci the folio jving correspondence
1 (njtlie Ni Express of;the!l8th insf.rob
tained ndjommuriicaledto the editors
by their correspohdent at Washington:'
"" I F-;V,.:.;'r:i TRANSITION J '-
Theundersigned, j&c &cl, has the hon
or to'rtddrMhe Hon. John C. Calhoun.
f &C.fbr the purpose Qf making known
o.niraJheiprpjourJd jregreJ yith which he
has seen hat j th general Congress oftbe
Union has passed a law consenting to, and
admitting into lheAmcricari Confedera
tion, the Meiican province of Texas, -v
l: jThe 4hdeijiigned 'tad flattered himself
thaN in this question, the good sense and
sound opinions of the citizens most distin
guished arid jexperiejiced .in t he manage
ment ot pubtic .affairs-in this Republic,
would have trevailcjd inihadeliberations
oil the legislative body, and of Itho Union
but,;unortjuatelyL this had riot been the
case and, C6ntrary to his hopes and most
sincere wishes, he sees consummated by
the;Ameri0an;Govenrnentan act of ag
igression. tiie jftiost unjust wfiich can becre
foiembered linf the annals of modern history
FT " m f "n,iiou oi n jricnaiy
nation, likiQ Mexico, of a considerable part
of her territorv. . ' -L-
I .For such easonsf the undersigned, in
fulfilment jliis instructioniflndsi himself
obliged to protest, audi he docs according
ly, protest in ;thc moit solemn manner, in
me name otiljis Government, against the
law passed c-n the 23th qf last month by
mc general congress ot the United States
arid sanctioned on the 1st of the nresen
;monlh by the President of the said States
by, -wiiicli ht provirice of Texas, arfi nfptr.
ml part ofirje Moxijjanterritory, is allow-
eH l? uc uifitieu into tne American" Un
a neunaersigneu m -likcs manner de
clares tnat;the afbrdsaid law can1 in no
manner iny4iidate the rights which the
Mexican nation possesses to recover the
aforesaid province of Texaslof which she
- js now unjustly despoiled,. and f which
iitjMa oiio ,! oustajn ana eniorce at nil
limes oy whatever means are in her pow-
!The undefkigrncd will savi in concision
to the IJoafeecretafy of State of the Uni-
tofl &,ates, iri order that he maHc pleas-
cu iu imuria jne .rresident of the said
States of the same, that in consequence
of the law hainst whlchiie has iust nro-
Wsted; his Mssiu 16 this Government is
Jfrminadj jromj tb-day. iConsequcnlly
lUB unuprsignea requests the lion, becre-
.-rv v -'"mc iu io jjicasru.to sena mm
b passports! as he has arranged to quit
tcity nssbpn as Possible for "New.Yprk.
t Vl he Undeitsicrriftrl Art
T.f N. ALMONTE.
C:h March, T 1845. -
;4 J fcpa'
mjerit of State, )
March 10. 1845. 1
Secretary of State of
thp United States. H
as received the note
pi general AJfnonte
the Envoy Extraor
ilinarynd MinisfjPIeniriotPntiary of
re ssed to his predecessor, the Hon. John
U Calhoun, protesting in the name of his
v Government againsf the, resolution xt the
late Corgressi' for nnnexane Texas to the
;Unitcd States.'; and! he has submitted the
same to the Hrnci, font ; T i I a -
Jj-ln answer, the undersignecKs instructed
Tf ;v niine aamission ot TexaSias ono
6f the Union, having recefved the sanction
ton of thq i Legislatiye aid Executive
pepartmnis of thri Government, is now
irrevocahlv-i decided soTar as the United
Nates. areicdncernedC Nothing but the
Terusnl0fTe::as toratify thefterms and
; conditions hn, which her admission de
pends, can defeat ths object. It is, there
too late it preibnt to ie-operi a dis
epssionyhict has ralrcady beenexhausted,
niagain to brove I that Texas has lonjr
rce acheyea her ndependerice of Mex-
Jca, and ho
10 W Stands before the world, hoth
(It lUrc.nnA J. StJ
j "Vt , "I'M,
jwepbdent tate di
as a sovereign and
rimJf! tliA Aivi1tr vp-ri fi
ll - , y. T , : -r iMMtMj w .-
I s m;lnief ed a strong desire to become
?ne of the. rriembers of our Confederacv.
"tinier Mexifco nor any lolher nation Willi
rl J.? caur pmplaint against the
tcd Statei for a&mi tling her into the
President nevertheless riegretsihat
ut g3vtrntnt of 'Mexico should have
Kerrofrencc at these proceedings, and
J! c,?rnestly trust that it WVhereafter
aisposed tb vieW thenvin a
blc and friendfy light. J Whilst v.
lS Upon the duties! bf the President!
cneertullydeclares x in advance,
ifentsanjd to th
?a as sister Republiw. : r
bit tn ?il'erf,?:ned has ,he honor to trans
din? Vfn Almonte his passport accor
3; ? fcquest,! and to assure him of
rWSUished consideration and regard.
o iuii 1 r
. AJngaoier uenerai, : .
r-ilosr. T M. Atm jr.-
vuii iiii.i mi mpi m7 a a n r a va
: THE J.OGOFOCO CONVENTION.
' - f De:;ocacv in a Snahl.
. The Locofoco Convention which met in
this Town on Saturday, last,, turned, out,
s everybody predicted, a complete, jock
eying, wire-working, caucus affair. Us
orumg caucus auair. , lis
he most extraordinary that
have ever been recorded among the M
rZl rct Bus "
ed. It did not even hold a public
ing to announce the result ot its secret
noeranons. i ; ? r . v a
It met lor tne ostensible narnose of ar.
uuii ii soviet, vuucjtive irom iu -o -
clock in the I
" AKA7tt!-v --r i, f,
Alter ClPiPPrYlinincy thnt ihn 'nfn chnnlrl
K rL7.: :r rr:r.
...m il uti Luuuiirs. 21111 rni:n ivuuiilv
ia ti-j' ""7."
j r. ti- i .r.i-t.
Had Beaufb gone lor him, he would have
. f-: : u... i!
mm tun uuiiuiiaiiuii I UUUJV SKI IUI lOCK-1
i Tn . " ;;A.ftef Mr. S.V-reniarks,'to iivhich'the
suuuiii f i m . n mnnv vmpo ns .nnrninir . 1
thf hnul T? 'doin of the Convention and the foul play
the ballotj Carteret, Hyde, Tyrrell. in the Beaufort delegation. Arid he clos-
Washington and Edcecomb voted for a bv ahnonhrintr .SrCoirW a:a
Tt-4 . TtonnfV.f r w j J' announcing nimseJl a candidate for
1 oole 44 ; iieautort, Craven and Pitt for nnnr f ui i l r a
ari 4 '-:':---.7- - . . On the whole9beCohveiiti6ii-has civ-
eying her vote was JorCIark bV a minor- KT-' 7 P11?6 &coe
iiV onprf thnnnJru LDOt to be gratihed by having a son of hers
: . r- t .. v !. nick
here two years ago, of the 30 Beaufort
delegates, 231 were for Tooled Since then
his services fpr the. party, as candidate for
elector, have endeared him more and more
to his friends! and there i nn Annhf Knt
that the v6ic4 of the Beaufort Democracy,
fairly expressed, is nearly unanimous for
nim now. g .j
Un the jecQnd ballot, Greene voted for
Clark, and h
Buvuu vuiCS, luue. Ar-
The result of the third ballot .was the
Here some of the friends of Toole pro-
posed to unite with the Nash delegation
u A e noininauonro Arnngion. .jtsui
uie yar eret neiegauon. preiring any Do-
dy else, became alarmed, and on the fourth
ballot voted fnr f!lnrtr vfciK rraVA him KQ
votes, andiseeured him the nomination.
Te friendls of Mr. Toole then proposed,
that as this was merely a preliminary niee-
L! shou,d .aourn 03
usual, to the Court House, and there make
the nomination nublic. Rut thnv vior
choked down; resolutions, cut and dried
for the occasion, were introduced and pass-
ed, and the caucus adjourned. j
inesareiillthe particulars we have
WXfi a. UUIV;
mocracy of the 8ih Congressional District I
When the nomination was announced
in the streetsT there was a general hurst
indignation amonar the Beaufort Dm-
vinlo, uu ii chus ui iur. looie, woo iee
for him near v the same warm, devoid
Whiers entertain towards
They denounced the nomi-
nation as a h
umbuff, an insult to the de-
iiiuviw ui ucttujun csneciativ sdokc oi
with thtl rWHicrccnid K Kfld vot.,1 (Wr
Stanly againit Wilson and Hallspoke
of his eroihsr to Raleish durin? the Session
of the Legislature in '42-3. and onnosinir
Mr. Rodnjan,heLdemocratic nominee for
bohcitorsbip df this Judicial circuit, and
receivingthe Ajotoorevery Whig member:
Thev declared him a mere " white-washed0
Democrat; said he had never shown
any regard foi - democracy or democratic
principled, so Ions as the District was
AVhig. but as poon as it was democratic,
thenhe jirbTessed to be a first rate demo
crat ; and nov had shown his democracy
by opposing and defeating one who had
done more forf the democratic cause than
any other man in the District, who. while
he-(Clai) V acting with the Whigs,
had been spending his time, andubstance,
and talents, devoting himself, body and
tic causcf While giving utterance of their
feelings ilf indignStionln bitter denuncia-
l vm XbtlS nt defcatcdV id idle toprctend that
forth. throu-h the Locofoon nnrs n lhe in the city of Richmond has
united voice of the harmonious de- produced the general failure bf the Whhrs.
tions, they said many things concerning ues wr recovery ot icxas. Let them re
the nominee, which we shall not repeat. member San Jacinto, j ;
and which we hope are not true. .
f. iV- . . . m . I
vuerAine exciiemenrinatt sutncientlv
1l . ir t S i . ... . - I
suosiucu 10 give piace to ine - sooer se-
cond thought,' they called a meeting at
the Court House. A large audience as-
rX?S 1arg.e perhaps as ever atten-
" 1"urillcIJ1',n& uierc H.
larger.- Uol. U no. W. Williams, a leading
and infiueneial dmnt m tt,A rtr
Hvho has;been several times elected to the
Legislature, tvas called to the chair. In
stating the otijectxf the meeting, he said
there .was great dissatisfaction at the pro-
ceedimrs of he Conventinn-fW inV
tnnV-ivf r Tt i.t u
didate for Corigressthat the meeting had a close and left Tahlequah for Fort Gib
been called for the purpose of publicly a- 8011 on the 28th of March. J
doptinsr measures to ascertain vhpihfr nr : The claims examined by theni amount
w.v u....wm a'a. . a wuiu ouvuiU lC IIIC vail
not Mr.' T. would consent to be u candi-le
oaie-tnat sd tar as he (Col. W.) was con-
qcrnen, ne intended to vote tor Mr. Toole
whether he vas a candidate or not. This
announcement was received with ereat
applause, and a motion was made that a
committee be appointed to wait -on Mr
T. andLjteqagst him to address the meet
ing. An attempt was here made by a fela
ive of Mr. Clark to get the navs to the
motion taken, for: the " purpose, it "was
thoushtJ of trying to vote it down.1 This
called out James W. Satch well,' Esq. an-1
other leading! influential democrat, -who 1
spoke in the tartest sort of language of the!
men who bad been " drilled, in a certain
Lawyer's offibe, to misrepresent the voice
oi the Beaufort democracy." "Mr. Satch a friend; " that a'watch'should be perfect
well's remarks were received; with, rap- Jy dry when it has a running spring in-
turous applause. - He was at the meeting, ;
AYilkcrboa's hop that antointed the
Beaufort Delegates to the Convention, and
he tells some curious tales abouhhepaci;-
tng process that was then'carried on. and
bf the apnlianees lhrst tinvn slnrft. rifpn
made to bear on some of the delegates-
of the superior flcetness of a certain gen
t!mn Iaaa .u:.ut
nmm;t V..rir-j ii . J
ar- nr. - X " J
ne appeared, in me
ourt room, theWhigs were firing cannon
rnarks by alluding to the Whig guns, and
sPke for nearly a half.hour44chieflyof
i: . ! 1
ms and sacrifices in the demo-
1 - . . v s a
trauc c&use, particuiariv in iieautort of
kiw aii5iacuon to ine
Arm Jtnn f J 1 1 lhfat Mr
Arrington s friends have been sorelvmor-
i?J i .1 - . . r . Si V I
rt . j.i
-- -V.Mcr 111 uTVSn-
The Richmond Compiler of April 29th
says : We have been nrenawd fnr
general defeat of the Whiffs throuffhont
the btate. It is now placed almost beyond
a doibt that the Democrats hate carriprf
the Senate and House of Delegates, and
have elected fourteen out of fifteen meni-
bers ot Uongress. It is of little Use to en-
deavor to account for bur disasfUr. Wn
rejoice that in this election there is no
J mrw . V- V
ground for accusing either party of the
employment of those unfair and! discredi-
table means which more angrv contests
fVequently produce. The Virginia elec-
t:nn ue o,.t u ixru- u
tl0nh.as gone against the Whigs by their
own d?fauIt- They hve every where ex-
hibited that apathy which forms a princi
pal part of the practice, if not a chiefdoc-
trine of the Whig party, after beinjr
iMcmust, it, ujiiit pave injurea me e
lection of Mr. Botts, if the contest had been
a VerV close or?. whpr n fVv ' vArttb vWti'M'
..v-.i .u. ...i . i . v. .
uu lumcuiue&caie.i uut oeaaonsma-
-. .t - ... s -
ru 13 ana me; laiiing o in Mr.
on;vote is as great in theicountics as
10 the city. The truth is, there ihas been
in this quarter of the State .and j 1 hrnnrrh.
out Us limits nnnf.tpoi;n;fTn.. r
Whig, to the result of the tlection. It has
bepn ff common remark, all overthe coun
tr3" tnat Phtics are a dead letter. The
superior discipline of our adve'rsarifts has
alwavs enabled thnm tn Ah n,n-nr,fn
of this state of things; and this defeat
i-v-v -w U
""S1"0 be a sarpnsmgLresah.-
FROM MEXICO. !
Advices hare been received up to the 11th
from Vera Cruz, and to the 5th, ult.l from the
City of Mexico. M'
The American Minister, Mr. Shannon, had
retired to Tacubaya, and was only waiting for
despatches from this Government, before leav-
ing for the U. States. There seemso he much
excitement on the subject of annexation, and a
disposition to resist it to the utmost, at least, so
fnr fie fs7- ton An i y HfU . II I li
f ar. gains. het;..Sm.ev
j . j. . , i
jhe immed.ate cornmenecbent ofhosti
A severe earthquake was felt in Mexico on
il. rriL J : i .A
ucsirujrmg mo aau propeny io a grew
.. , i . . i .
FROM THE CHEROKEE COUNTRY.
.The delegation appointed by the. Na-
tinnal fJnnni.n tAft Tat,tk W.U
ngfon on the 1st instant. It consists of
Job Ross, J osErn Vann, David Van, and
Col. Washington and Col. Armistead, of
u.k.j . . . J
the board of commissioners on the part of
the United States, brousht their labors to
10 more than three millions df dollars.
wnicn, - ine oneroKee Aavocatq tropes, will
i"e jccuiiy semeuior oy inevoTernment.
A large meeting was held at Tahle-
luaD on the 24th of f March; at which it
-j i uivil
was resolved that ' measures be taken to
obtain from the United States Govern?
ment a- speedy relinquishment of Port
Gibson and removal of the Uniied States
troops fronv the Cherokee country. -
From BraziU--The news from this country
is, that there was much rejoicini? I amobVlhe
people on the 23 J . of -February, on! account of
the birth of a son to the Emperor. i
Somebody's Los--" It is very curious,"
said an old gentleman a few days since to
meet-j was not friendlv tn iKp. nnrnnsft nf ifiP
ae" meetins, attempting to create disturbance;
:; EO The iiumlcr of Fi'encU iinmigraiits
into thii Qotintry is said, by very cood;au-
tUdrity,: t$ be greater ' than that from any
oiner r JbiUropcan country- Germany and
ire iana -excepted. Louisiana is said t:0
have from 75,03 to 100,000 Missouri 40,
OOOfMichigan 20)00 ? New York 50,000,
and I the; other States 50,000. This: does
not include the great number who 'came
to thislcouritry vfrom Canada, "during the
recent reheliion, ' -V-vrv-L-
In UunConnrr. en thm Olrfl' nitimA t. tfi
f00!' Joffl LAJrrXi to Miss Nxjict, danghter of
u. wvimnjey. -
( ' . r ' ' ' I .' - . .:.., . ' ..-.
Near this' plaee.on the 2lst of April, FfiaiiOT.yeunff
est son of Archibald aoi Mary T. Henderson, u Ui 16
months and 10 days. v
i ' Aa the aweet flower that acenta the mora, ,
- diert in the rising day ; , ; ,
Tlwly was this infant'a dawn, -J
Thus swiftly fled ita life atway. ' Com.
In thia Coanty, on the 31st ultimo, Mra. CaTBasixs
HELXao. aged about 70 year. Mrs. H, was a mem,
ber of the Baptist Church.
In Cabarroa coanty on the 24th nit.. Fsux D Loko,
on of the late Daid Long, in the 14th year of his age.
SALfSBURY MARKET; May 5.
Flour S3 a $3 i Bacon 5 a 6 cents ; Lard 5 a 6 ets:
Sugar 7i a 8 cu.; Coffee 8 a f J cts.; Molasses 40 a
45 cts. ; Corn 28" a 30 eta. ; Tallow 6 eta. ; Iron 3 a 4X
cents ; Salt, sack Sf a 2 ; Salt pr. btubel 1. '
FAYETTE VILLE MARKETApril 23
Brandy,pech;G0a1r5 Lard, Ca7
Do. apple, 45 a 50 Molasses. SQ a &ri
6 a 7
27 a 28
12 a 15
A a 5
16 a 20
50 a 55
jOil, Linseed, 75
Rags, per. lb
Sugar, brown, 7
do. Loaf, 14
Salt, (bush.) 45
Flour,! 83$ a $4
Feathers, 28 a 30
do. Sack, 80 0
Flaxseed, !$1 a $1 10
Hides; green, 4 a 5
Tobacco, rf, 2
8 a 10
26 a 28
12 a 15
CHERAW MARKET, April 29.
Leather, sole, 20 a 25
'Coffee), p -;!
Corn, ; i I
Iron, -Tl j
22 a 24
4f a 6
45 a 50
25 a 32
5 a 6
Lard, 9 a 10
Molasses, 35 a 40
Vails, cut, 6 a 6j
Rice, . 4 a 5
Sugar, br. 8 a 10
do. Loaf, 15 a 18
3alt, sack, $160a8l
'i :J' ' AND
J. D. BROWN & T. T. MAXWELL,
ARE noW recemng from New York and Philadelphia,
their first and entire new
"i STO(GiK,F g,
at their "tor known as Dr. Burns' comer. Tne door h.
low J. & -W. Murnby's, consistine in rart of 1
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, HATS,
BONNETS, SHOES, CROCKERY,
U GLASS-WARE AND
Together with a general assortment of GOOTlSnrv.
ery descrlpfion usually found in stores ; and which will
be sold verjr low for cash. The subscribers ask the favor
of a call by those wishing to buy.
If. IS. The Copnersmithiu? and Tinninr hninoa
will also be .carried on in all its various branches.
Salisbury, May 3, 1845 tf I
P. S. All kinds of country Produce taken in rrftnrr.
for Goods.?'' i
State ot Jiovtlr earoUna,
"ii DAVIDSON COUNTY.
Superior Xourt, of Lars Spring Term, 1845.
John B. Adderton, i
,iP- I Petition for Divorce.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
Defendant, Emeline Adderton is not an inhabitant
of this Statei It is thereore ordered by the Court, that
publication be made for three ibonths in the Carolina
Watchman, printed at Salisbury.! and the Mecklenbuis
Jefiersonian. printed at Charlotte, that the said Emeline
Adderton appear at our next Superior Court of taw to be
held for the .county of Davidson j at the Court House in
Lexington, oh the 1st monday after the 4th monday of
September next, and answer the said Petition, or said Pe
tition will be, heard exnarte and Judgment awarded ae-
cordingljr. ; '
; " Witness Andrew Hunt. Clerk of our said Court at
olBce, the 1st mdnday after th 4th monday of March, A.
i - ; AND. HUNT. c. s. c. t.
Printers-fee $10 - 3ml
IRMtae subscriber, living three wiles southwest of
JL-JSaiiaburrton Monday ih 25?th instant Viarn
sorrel mare, wjth a thane and tail of light color She is
about air years old and about 14 hands high. Said mare
was bought outof a drove, and it may be she is making
forherotd range, westwardiy. Anv nerson taking her
up and delivering her to me or giving me notice ahaJl he
uoerauj rewaraea lor tneur trouble. ..
! f I -. t .. HENRY MILLER.
April 51, 1845 tfl
franklin C. Chaffln, IB. D '.'
HAVING located at Jacob Coleman's, (Cabarrus
county J offers his professional services to the pub-
..!:'! - ' ' -' april 26.1845 tf 52 :
ialu.i?jlr QKowvtn f or Sale.
THE; subscriber' takes thia method of offering for sale
his Well known Tan Yard, in Iredell
three miles from Davidson College, together with eleven
ACRES vf LANDi Tb Tan Yard is well imnrored
consisting of fifteen Vats, and all other necessary fixtures
and buildings. .Any person wishing to baj the a bore
premises; can do so by applying to me near Cowansville,
Rowan county. The terms wiU be reasonable, and t
suit the purchaser. ?r 7 THOS. L. BEATY.
ApriL26.l845-r5w52 , -m .
IV store and for sale lovr.
i i pipe best article, French Brandy. : ; , c!
;Fl bblfineold Madeira. .
1 do Fort Wine, (superior). "
1 do Malaga Wine, rf ? " ' ' -
1 do Holland Gin -t '
Salisbory. Feb 1 " tf40 ;- J. H.-ENNISS.
rUWISJG-iA large qaantity of genuine Qar
Tived end for sala bv J- H..ENN1SS.
Dnjgirt. i-r'; ..; 7 April 12,1815 tf 50 .-
X3CLriH2 XL-i ZE3 XKX ,
"OT AS just returned from -New-York
JLja. and Pbiladplnriijt Uh tt
'r'JL- tl ' rietyof.
1 , ia..
NEW ; AND DESIRABLE
5 SrttotletSa f
Among which are gold and silver LeVert Le
pin and jcomrhoh Escapement Watches; fin?
gold and stone Rings and Pins, (new and beau
tiful : patterns,) fine Bracelets and Necklace,
gold Card and Fob Chains and Keys, gold and
. silrer Pencils and Thimble,
Gold and Silrer Spectacles,
German Silver, Steel! and common do.i
Gold Lockets and Clan Bhn"rrJ rif 4
R2orsfSciasors.Puree CUsps and tassela.
Hair Fins and Bugles, Coral and satin Beeds, tooth brnsh-
e,poceiworapaasea and Cotobs, fancy French aoapa,
Chapman's and Emerson'i npcriar Eazar STE1F3,
Silver Plated Candlesticks, Snvfers and Trays,
puver opoons, ovgar longs, Steel Pens JPock
I el Books; Silk Purses, Music BoxesTfine .
Needles, Bodkins Silver But. - -terKNIVES:
iogetnerwitnagreatvanetjr of other'articles. AU of
wnicn nave ocen caretolly aelected 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 Wathc will be rnn?rt snt aa
chronomiters, duplex, liorizonul, patent-lever, musical.
jjcaung ana pjain a iso, ciocrs, musical boxes, and
all kinds of Jewelery will be put in order on reasonable
terms. Having obtained a very steady a nd 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 pjain watches will be altered to patent le
vers, and warranted to perform well.
Old gold and ailver taken in exchange for work done.
- , - i JOHN E. BOGER.
SaItfbury,April5. 1S45 tf49
Statcsvillc Female Academy.
THE second quarter of this Institution, will com
mence on TAur$daf the Ut daf 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. S4 5 C. accord in r to th-
I advancement of the Pupil. Music on the Piano, 812
per quarter ; Guitar, Q10 ; Waxwork $5 ; Painung 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 la the town at the
low rate of $6 per month. 5i;3t
April 9th, 1845
CHEAP, CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST !
THE subscriber respectful- f' 1
ly informs his friends and jf J Yff
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
tne best materials the country affords. He has on hand
at all times an assortment of such work aa will suit the
wants of the country, such aa Bureaus, Sideboards, See
reianes, Lup-ooaras, Tables, Uandls-stands, Wash-
Cane Bottom and Windsor Chairs, f-c.
A neat assortment of Coffins constantly kept on hand ,
so that any person can be accommodated in thai l;n nn 4
the prices shall be made to suit customers, not only in that
arucie, out in au ottne above mentioned articles. The
subscriber would say to jthe public that they, would do
wen to call and examine before they purchase, aa he in
tends hereafter to sell cheaper than work has ever been
sold in this State. J-
All kinds of country produce and lumber will be taken
in exchange for work. DAVID WATSON.
Salisbury, April. 19. 1845 25tf
LOOK AT THIS.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he still continues to carry on the
Cabinet making Business,
in Salisbury, on main street, a few doors sooth of J. At W.
Murpby'store, and just opposite the Watchman Printing
Office, and keeps in his employment the best of work
men. He has on hand at all times such work as will suit
the wants of the peopleeach as Mahogany, Cherry and
Walnut Sideboards, Bureaus, &cretaries, China-Presses,
Cnpboards, Tables, Bedsteads, Ladies' Work-stands,
Candle-stands, &.c. j
He also has on hand a large and neat assortment of
Coffins, and will constantly keep a supply, arranged
irom tne smallest to tne largest size.
All Jobs done by me shall be in the best style, and the
charges lower than at any other shop of the kind in this
place. All kinds of country Produce and Lumber will
be taken in exchange for work. A
will be given to punctual dealers.
April 5th, 1845 !9:Iy 1
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
DAVIE COUNTY nbrvary S:ssions.A84S
Samuel Taylor vs. William Lunn.
Attachment levied on six Acres of Land!
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
Defendant has removed beyond the limits of this State,
so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on
hirn : It is therefore ordered, that publication be mada in
Carolina Watchman for six weeks, that he be and appear
before the Justices of our Court of Pleas and Quarter Ses
sions, at the next court to be held for the county of Davie
at the Courthouse in Mocksvillen the 4th Monday in
May next, then and there to replevy and plead, otherwise
judgment by default final will be entered against him and
iuc janus irviea on conaemnea to satisty tne plaintirrs
debt. (Prs.fee $5 47:Ct) JOHN CLEMENT.
JAMES .MCG ARY",
.'UiV and FORWARDING .
Wilmington, N. C.
Messrs. David A. Ray, & Co., p..f , tt xr
Hal! & Johrion; FayetteviIIe, If . C.
Messrs. J. J. and A. C. Blume, ) c . f- l
. Mr. Edward Belo. , ; - slem N c-
March, 1 845. ; , 46:3 w:pd , , , - , 4 A
INSURANCE AGA1NRT LOSS BY
THE subscriber baring been' appointed an agent of
the : Williamsburg Fire Insurnux Company?
wouia gwe nouce to mose wna may; wish to obtain r
surance on goods, buildings, fcc, that they can hare their
property insnred against loss by fire on as reasonable
terms as it can be done by any company insuring in thia
section of the State. Any tafcrmation on the subject
will be givea on application to the undersigned.-. All
letters of enquiry must be post paid. - ; '
. : D. A. DAVIS.. ,
"Salisbury, March 24thlS45 4& 12t .
Eight barrels superior Linseed Oil for sale, by
the subscriber, . MICHAEL PHQWNr v
. March 12, lS45-4e;tn;
C! A "FT
'KK f V a D-cc cf th. Court' cr:
J0 t!1S Clerk and;
TP TTT1 M? " " '
rr, or, Monday the 5th day cf May, (hcin th.
Monday of the County (;ourt) t
? TllAOTa.O?. XiAlID. -Two
thirds of a tract of Land lyin'cn ? '
Yauin at the mouth of ThirrCrekontin
ing about TWO HUNDRED AND SKVEN -TY
ACRES, subject to the right of dower ihcre.t
on, of the widow of John Rob! r. and tho widow
- j ""UI.I'HI
of Forest Monroe, d?cd. A credit of 0 months
will be aiowed, and bond with sufTicientecurtJ
ijr for the pt.rchase money, required oa thc dar
Also at tho tarn time and place, an undlvIJecL
share of a moietjr of liva hundred and fourteen ?
ACRES, where John Gillespie-resides, on the
forks o! Second Creek, adjoining the lands of
James Owens, John Gibson' and others,' which
nadirided ahart? would amount to 12 or 13 acres, ;
on a credit bf twelve months. tAlso reouirin :
At the tame time and placei will be ofie red for
sale, two other TRACTS OF LAND, hing in
Rowan count, belonging to the Heirs of Sam. '
uel Miller, decM. One containing H-?-'
on the waters of the Yadkin, adjoining the lands,
ol Leonard Parks and others. The other 1ingf
on Panther Creek, adjoining the lands of James
Bobnan and olhersrcontainingr about TH'OJ
HUNDRED AND TEN ACRES. A crcd.
it of twelve months .will bo allowed and bonds
with sufficient security demanded on thtf day oC
sale. . . ''-:r'i,.r""'
Uuder tho same authority, on the day and at;
the place aforesaid, will be sold, the interest of
Henry CauMe's Heirs, in .TR A C T OF
L A ND, , wherein the late Jacob CaubJe lived,:
adjoining the lands of George Cauble, John ;
Hart man and others, about seven' miles east cf :
Salisbury, being one fourth of ..
7 wo hundred and sj2 ven
A credit of twelrc months will be allowed, and
bond with approved security for lhe purchase
money required to bo executed on the day of
sale. In all cases the tide is withheld until the
payment of the purchase money, unlesi the Court
shall tor special cause otherwise direct,?
, SAMUEL SILL1MAN, C. M. E. -Salisbury,
April, 12, 1845 . . 4v50 J;
STATE 0F NORTH CAROLINA
ROWAN nOTTNTV. V
In the Conrt df EqaitTSpririj Term, 1845.
TN the, matter of Joseph Hawkins and - wiKf
with the other heirs of John Hall, deceased : 1
It is ordered that the Lands mentioned in tho pe.',.;:
tition filed, be sold by the Clerk' and Ma7lr,'?5l
who hereby gives notice that the said Land will
be offered for sale at the late dwelling house of
J obn Hull, dee'd, on Saturday the 3d day of. May -next.
- 'One Tract'of .. v '
THREE "HUNDRED ljtURE8&.
lhe' home place. Rdjoining the lands of John ;
TT.nlu ITn ... T?'l. . - .1 ,1 .1. 01.J.L.
laaKin. l he oilier containing 100 AUlUiS, K
also on the South Yadkin, adjoining the lands ; -
oi Atram aintgniery, John llenly and oihcrsiOV f
both subject to the widow's right of Dower, and.
upon a credit ot twelve months, requiring bonds
with sufficient security for the purchase money
on ; tho day of safe.. - Attendance and furtbcij !
particulars then disclosed if necessary-by j'vt
SAMUEL S1LL1MAN, C. M. E. -April
12ie45 . ri, ?:5;-4w50'f
- r . r f i i i in i .ti i " - " i r i .'
NOTICE-There will be sold by die subscriber at "
private sale, one half Acre IOf, on the great
Eastern Square, adjoimWAIexander Fraley's lot. If
not sold beforeTuesday of May Court. I will offer it fo '"
sale on that day at the Court-house door. . t f v
-April 15, Il54w50, J. BHENLY, Adm'r.t ;
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA:
Davie CountyFebruary Sessions, 1845,
- . . Susanna Hodge, -.,
Joseph Hodge, Anthony Hodre. Da- V Petition foe
via xioage, flxason Unndle, John I Dower. "
Hodge, Joshua YoungUnd wife. J - -
l appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Josh-
JL ua Younu and wife are not inhabitant of iht. '
It is ordered that publication be made for six weeks if ;
the Carolina Watchman jhat the said defendants in this ,
case be and appear at the next term of this Court, to be '
held at the Courthouse in Mocksrille on the 4th Monday
iu may uri, buu picau or juagmejjt wui be taken pro.
confesso witness, JohnClement. Clerk ofour said Courtv :,
at office, the 4th Monday in February, 1845, and in the -
vaia yew, 01 American independence. , . tJ - ? . . ' -
(irs. tec g5 47.6Q JOHN CLEMENT. CTk.
MOCKSVILLE, N. C.
c THE UNDERSIGNED -
RESPECTFULLY announcMoS puUicthat they
have recently purchased that laree and commod'u
ous Public House in Mocksvilie, Davie county,,-- ;
known ihw-' - - '!-.-.-- m ... 4 i-J
that they have refitted and newly furnished the same am$ .
opened it for the use of the public. To those, acquaint
ed with thia stand, it will be unnecessary to say that' tho
building is nearly new ; the rooma large, and airy, of-
modern construcnon, and that, the entire estaUisbment, v
with its . '- -:r?- 1 ';';::-Uh
Out-buildings and adjacent Grbnaiis.4 '
is most commodiously and comfortably arranged The s : :
undivided attention of the BQtlnumxt will h A,rtA m
the comfort and well being :f those who 1nay honor .
them witbiheir patronage.v;r. .
' H.H&j R. REYNOLDS,-
Mocksvilie, February 20, 18153w4
DRS. P. & A. M." IIENDERSOX,
13 AVING associated thernselves iulhe Prac-
tico of Medicine, oflr their Profl'tsional
errices to the Public. (& Oflice in lhe brick
building, opposite lhe Rowan Hotel. ' "
""Salisbury, March .1; 1845-f 44J
4f. - DacVn JSarion A XCrlder, . . .V. :
A VlXGssociaied thernselves in the Prac
ftice of Mepictxe, (and located at .ftlount
Vej5on,Kridcr,s:Storc,J Rowan Coualy,):olV
fer their professional services ter the puTilicVH
-DR.?J.iGi RAMSA Y,7T"S$
B AVING hted f Palewan eoj f lata 'i
residence of Dr.'R: T-lDiatnukea, deceased.) ..of- : ;)
lets hia professional services to the' pubhend.hppeto s ;j
receife a share public patronage; ;ytf4$ , -f
-'v. 5; rm r.criTif-injnRT'T' ' -
"KXAVINO Wmoi tbrtbe oHiee lately -occspled fsVf
MJL Judge Caldwell, the jjexf dor below Jf r. Ertnisa
Dnjff aure;wiil alway' be f?un J there cr.'.eM profesnion ...
ally engaged, . ; v Jn 11, lS45--ly3T v - j
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