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f ' -I Si'usBcar, Dec. 2G, i845.
v MAirrr Flour 85 per bh!;.; Wheat 80 a $1 P
. fcil Com 65 a 7 J eta ; rota toe i.insn enow tm u
SSsO; Sweet do. 40 5 fiur 7 a II ; Cofree:i
5ar 25 ; dried Aptea 7$ , Feathers 25 ;.?Ma.a
ffTsO; TaWowfla,;; Naa:j 6; Brandy
.1,1 Com 65 a 73 eta ; iiatoei,Insh
Snow Bill G5?i.
Coffee :$ a 1U;
75ftl OJ Lard. , - Da 10
flour. 4 rt
Iolas3es, V82a 23
ats. '33 a 40
- 27 a'2ti
7i a j 9'
C a; 02
Oil Linseed, 75 a 80
ails , cut, ' ; ; 0 a 3 J
Itag3, per. lb. 2
ugar. browns 8 a JO ;
aL!imp,; .,v . ,14
do. Loaf. 14 alii ;
10 a2t! I
alt, (buh.) !4ar0
85$ a $0
o. Sack, 15 a 2
ITalloW; ,"7 n 8.
tiaiseed.'Sl a 61
lb Tf.bacco, VI 2 a. 3
Hides, green, 4 a
Wheat,W. 81, a MO
Whiskey, . 40 a 42 a
do. dry, 8a lftk
Iron, !:' 4
... - i -
12 a 15
CHERAW MAUIvETV Pec. 23.
I eather, sofe,i 2.V-a,25.?:
t ard, X) a 10
4 Masses, , -45, a 50 5
ai Is cuti' A fjT aOi
.lice, - 5 ,a,7 .
figaH l)n 8 a HT
dflo. L6ai; 15 a -IT.-.Salt,
8 a 10
! 62 a 75
k'- Q'. I JS
'-25, a; 32
imNlLt COUNTY ;
; Court of ' Pteai and Quarter Sessions,
'' ;:'v""NoT.'Seiioiis.:-19-i5. I-' "r
CHARLES DRY, ) Original Attachment vied on
;. ' '. 4 4 J Ljind, Slavv$ and other prb
Kithan B- Jenkins, jj " pe ty; 1 v- ;
In this case it nppearing to the sittisfactton of the'
Court that the dfenduut, Nathan 13 Jenkins, is not an
nhabiwnt ; of this State-pit is Ordered hy f In; Court, that
yu6icatioh be made in; the M uaolaVatchma,T for
it weeks, notifying said d fen Jant to appear at the next
Court of Pleas and Quam r Sessions for the county of
Junly, at the Courthouse in Jilbemarle.son the 2d Mon
ty in February next, then an J there to replevy or plead
issue, otherwise thesnue ill be heard ex parte, and
ie property levietf on will e i old to satisfy the PiaiittlrTs
ttaiind. Witness D. Ue.n m , Clerk of our said Court,
if office the 2d Mundsy ih'oveiiiSer 1845, and in the
JOib year of, Amerkrarr indrjx ndence.v, . - -
Tfi fee 5 3o3u:(,t . If EARNE. CIk.
St At e o f iSl o vtli C a r olf a,
, stanly; cbUNTY. , : v .
' Court of Picas an i Quarter Session.
' v ' iy- ' Nor. Sessioi?, 1 315. ' ..' !
SIMEON HARTLEY. f '
J'". ' !! Justice's
Plea, felly adf
John F. Miller, Admr.-of - Jf Ju Jam't.
Ernry Fespenuan. :-u,'- j I '
: ; It appearing to the ajfititsfaction of the Court, that
E2zabelh Keepennan, David Venvt-r . and Christina his
ifc.and Henry Shi.leyan I ath.r his w.fe, heirfat hw
i Henry Fespenuan, dec h, are,noi ttit-in:s of ths
State " is Ordered by ihff Co t, th it, pi llicJt w i he
aide for six weeks, in the i'Cfiro n VWhin m," uti-,
in said Defen I ints, to ipe ir at tle next Cou;t of
rlfusaJ Qj irter bessiofis"Lr i6r t V co rny o Slimy, nt
at Ctmrtho i3r it thi tuUi tTAlbtsn i o-i ihe 2.1
lanJjy in Fehrui.y next, thjetT o:i l.th:e to pe i l to
iaw.or the siiik Will be J ik i pro cons-o an 1 heard
fnrte as to t.-teui. VVitnesri DrHe:irne, Cie;k of our
feil Court at oSwv", th::21 Mki hy of Noveiu-r, 1815,
d in the' 7(ith year of Atneriiean In iept-n lence.
ftifc-e 85 50 3.':Cl . P. UciAKNi', d'k.
Stat c c f iio H li earoUun,
i Court of P.'eas an
2 Qnar cr S s ions.
- ' " ' Nov. Sei
IfARY ROGERS, Y XJrl'X f P.'
I. . , V . rJ Iff-
istered an J no as
Mir.-Miller, Ad:nr. 1 " 'sets.
rfHenry Fespetman. J ?xh
It appearing to the sjatisnction 4f the Court that
Ciabrth Fespnnan; Dvtd Weaver and Christina bis
tifr.ind Hemy Shirley nnd j Esther his wife, heirs at
Lwif Henry Fesr.es man ilec'd.. ie not inhabitants of
4s State h is dideiejf lr th-,Cou rt, thar public tioa
Vmadrm the Caioliint Wdti-hhian for t(i iat'e of six
vftki, notifying sn id Deirn lnnts to appear at ihe next
Crt f Fife ),ud Qon tW. ssfons, lor j thc'jCounfy of
'Stanly, at the CoutthouM? it) thp towu f Albmarle, on
4f arcond Monday in Febiiinry iiext, then nnd there to
aVd tu iwue, or the sameiwtil tnketi pro conjesso,
uriru pane os to tnem.-witness, v. lleanie,
CAof oursii I Colt, at OifL-e. the sectin 1 Mo i Jay in
Jwmbrr, A-;.D.,' Id 15, and in the 70th yeir of Ame
oci Independence. ' ' . i D. 11EARNE. Cl'k. -
Pfi.fre$5 50 35:ft 1 j
LKOM New Yo.k. resaectfollr announces to the eit-
faensiof Siifisliury, an J: adj,icenl pladeo, that he has
tUCI rooms in thi villafri. if Snlishnrv for ffxr wwlti
j Jlj.in Mf. West s B ick-l.qildiiirr, a lew Uoors North of
Cowan's Hotel, where he would be plcaseJ to have
oiWMtni strangers call an.) examine bis specimens of
ntniinp. f. ln. a word, Lijies' and Gentleuieh of this
wg ire earneftly solicited to csll, if theydo, or do
Wah ahy paintings. j - ' -
ftifcr' r,tV 'taken -ftchi a corpse and painted to
We price dcuMe that tt ken fi cm life.
liory DecLXCib, lMf-35:tf.
1 ...IV AIT- wiTtv rnr n
HE indebted to Dr Jos. j; Sumrkerell. for Pro
fcssional services, will please call ajnd settle their
'cn,by note or otherwise, as he is dfsirous of clos-
I account VMfl i 3!;),J - 1
'THE Sobscriber, as Executor ofjthei
last Will and
A Testament of 'WilsonUVomnVck,
1 - - .-(-'
dee'd., wiU sell
N OF LEX
st DAY OF
"TON, ON THURSDAY THE
- -JANUARY. 184B. X
Arable House-and LWthe late risldence of the
r,:d, lying in the North part of thel
.7 leadinz out to Salejn and Danville.
aa$e U larze and Comfortable.
ti .i w 1 1- - s -
9 SJ II ATTETl'S SHOP with three
tptt ' K,W1I oilier nectary out liouses a good
!jrsnd a first-rate GARDEN, all under good fence
--rood repair. . p
; 1 WU also sell at the ;ame time and place, :
'&? ?fO lef thfb hnsooil Swblertw
T;.,onit;: The:o:heris soweJ down Jn Clover
W ,?,rer SJ foiices, and convenient to the i
iae bove property will U told on the premised, an
v;S rAu s .-'W-.. . ,v", .
vift or one ami twu a etrrs i
. VJ we purcnasera giving oona wan approv
f SELL at Ihf kit
-7 "aamJuIX iliaUiW UlIilijVT."
a a t am an w . 1 v ma a ar-c m-c m - t
years old, beloning to said Estate' A credit 9
L..; n,onhs'wiH be given the purchaser giving
I r.t property. ' "V '' !
- , uer DartunT'BM .' .1.' f - i'.L i ?rj.
:i v. AN. HUNT; Executor
A - sa Anantlrif sAmn t tja, irl t i "
tvV tUtle iiLTt
KJg l-H received and for sale . by J. IL ENNISS;
pit i nr.
and Xots li IxiiisjoaVN C?.
GilGEZ IS illXT .CDJBOT.
THE suliscriher Is tjoivtreceivinir and iMwnin
.. : . A very desirable Stock of ,.'
FALL WINTER J m
.;'.i-r.r.-.,. -::.- Hi JU:
whi b ha been selected and bought by himself with much
care and at the lowest PhHaddphia prices, cons!sting.in
part,'of the ibllowing articles, io wit:, ,
; :Clallusi Blfttikeix. Cost meres; Satinets? '
CasfimerexjAfptfctsj Kentucky Ji-an, 1 "
ty Mouselhie de Ltnrs, Cttmbncks, 'J
Bonnets. , Shoes, Fur ewd JVofjl JIals, -Z
Ir.CiM nd hifir;Caps;: '.JYX '
Primp Rio CoJIec, nud Sasurs v,5
and Brads, oak. lannrj an J hemlock leather: and
uiany other article U.tediou3 to mention. He ha
.. aiso a goo J lot of , , . - ,
made of the best materials, and by a first-rate workman,
all of which will be sold very low for cash. .Those wish
ing o purchase goods for cash are respectAiIly requested
to call, and, examine hia'stock.- T.l.f,r";
v Persons who hare been owing roe for one year or;
more, a re most earnestly requested to call and make pay
ment, as it is absolutely necessary that I should have
money to enable ine to keep ray business going."" Dou't !
neglect thisi or it may cause you some trouble.
;;.:;V ' n..;; v AND. HUNT. ?
Lexington, Nj C Dec. 5, i84.V-34:tt ?
5 ' i '
A, SPLENDID LOT OF JEWELRY,
i&Mlahtf fur Christmas and New Year's '
- PRBSBNTS ! ;
Q9UC1I AS FINE LADIES-JSREAST PINS.DIA
t 3 raoad Rings, Bracelets, Medallions, Gold Thimbles,
Knu uniHuiia puuiiru ens, ; a targe ioi ieeates
from No. 3 to 12, &C., with a variety of other articles for
sale cheapo - - JOHN E. BOGERf r
Salisbury, Dec. 13, 1845t(33S - :
A. WOOI. WORTH,
clock and: watch-maker.
his friends and the public i
x general, that he is carrying on the
' k... l ..." L: . l 1
nuuir uuBinrn i ins iu etauu,
'I1IM KaAW Riiiii 'r fh
well's store. All work left in his
hands will be carefully executed in
the best style, and warranted to
perform well. A shire of public patronage is solicited.
Salisbury, December 13, 1 W45tf 33
4 TO GUNSMITHS !
rrilE pir scriiM'r wlshe to emphiv a fir?t-
ntr'Joumeyman GUNSMITH,towh'om good wages
wiiil be given: None other thn n stu ly nnd industrious
onf need apply. A. WOOL WORTH.
Dec. ia,1845 -
TO BE HIRI.
?I1HS on lemijrne l. Administrator on the,. Estate , of
1. George McConn iujhey, dee'd., will hire, at the
Couff Hons? in Silis'm.-y, m the tirst J;iy of Janunry
next, the neoe belonjttn to the Estate of ihe said de
ceased, about 30 in niim'ijer, for one year n the usunl
J. C. McCONNAUGHEY, AJiu'r.
D'cemVr 13. 18 15 -gwllp I.
J&L. TJ XED
FOR SALE. . '
WILL be sold on the 6th7th and 8th days of Jan
uiry, at the residency of Henry Kestler.dec'd.,
It miles west of Salisbury, all h.s property, both real
and personal, viz : r
' M or 15 L;!icly Negroes.
consisting of nien, wom?n an I cfiillren. 2 33 or more
acres of land, being part of the plantation he lived on, of
excellent quality. Also, six hea J of horses, hogs, cattie,
and sheep; a considerable qiantity of corn, wheat, and
rufTne.8 01' every desciiption. Id or 20 bales good cot
ton, w.igon, farming utensils, household and kitchen fur
niture. an J ntitnerous other articles too tedious to mention.
Terms made known on the day of sale-
X' - D. BARRINGER, Exr.
Dec.3A945-3w33pl ,; 'f
LIKELY NEIiKOES FOIt SALE!
I 3 Y yiftue of a dee J of trust executed to me hy Win,
JL C. Love, for purposes therein mentioned, I will sell
at public sale, at the Court-House, in the town of Salis
bury, on Thursday the 1st day of January, 1846, ten very
LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES,
consisting of four Women, among whom are two excel
lent Cook Vand their six children. Terms, a credit of
sixjnonths. .DAN 1EL SHAVER, Trustee.
Dec. 1.1845 ts33 .- - ....
$25 RE WARD;
-; mv; .
R ANA WAY front the late George Miller, in Row
- an County, six miles south of Salisbury, some time
during the month of July last, a bright mulatto'1 girl nam
ed Harriet. . Having purchased the said girl, I will give
the' above reward for her apprehension and delivery, to
me, in thersaid county of Kowan, tour miles southwest
of Salisbury. . It is believed that she is now in the coun
ty of Davidson, Ha ndotph or Chatham, passing herself,
no doubt, as a free girl. . She has a small scar overe.
of her eves, and a fire brand on her thigh.and is a little'
freckled across the nose. She is about 21 years of age.
five feet two inches high and stout builr. I will give the
above ireward for her delrery to me or $20 for her con
finement in some jaiLo 1 can gt'her. agnin. Letters
oh the subject addressed to me at Salisbury, will be
punctually attended to. : " '' ',-' " '
. HENRY MILLET.-;
December 13, 1845 tf 33 . . t '.y
DRUGGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, &C.
I HE subscriber would respectfullyi
announce to Phvaieiana and oth- libVW. '
r .l . l 1 a. 1 .
: - - - j - - Qj.ii.i.i 1 n
era luii ucuu now in store n targe
' . ... v, ASSORTMENT Or , r 1
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
comprising almost every thinz in bis
line, which he will sell very low for cash, or to punctual
customers -. In his Stock will be found the follow articles:
. v Poor Man's Plaster, 1 '
r Burgundy Pitch piaster,. 1 .
Seidhu and boda rowders.
Blue Mass, London,'
Cream Tartar -?
Spanish Brown, ;
Log Wood, Grd.
Red Wood, do
C rCastor Oil. in bait pt.Lopreras, f i
' ot. an J qt bottles, Liiharge, .
. . Dry White Lead,
Grer's Ointment. .
White Lead in Oil,
Sanls Sarsjpparilla : ,
Verdigris in' Od,
Prussian Bluer H "
Macnbaa Snuff, '
Scotch;i " ;do V
Rappee '-do i
Congress.: do ; "rf ::
'1 Comstock'a 4I0. -
Jarsapparilla Root, J..
- a 1 fc..r Pitta
ThomDsons Eve Water,
RowandaTnnie.-Mixture for Blacking,
. ' ague and fever,-. : do.. . Brushei,
Swaims-Panacea, ' A White wash do
I arpenters syrup ijiverwin, rami
Taylors Balsam ' do ' -Tooth v
Snohrur- Headache Rem;Jv Trussed. 1
Hays Liniment, . . - - Sargeon'a Initrixments, 4C
East Corrwr of Courthouse.
Win iiiihilu 1 iinUm
;: JIIE FIXEST ' 'Qj
Eur Pffercdfor nlsik tbs town of Sillsbcrj!
A MONG WHICH AIIK GOLD AND S1U
ver IJr vetHa 1iih eVlIVeiiit '-.VeTtirail'ikiiicI
coitiraon Esrabemeiit Watclter fioetadie ami
gentlemen's hnut .in,t( and linr Rins (new
and Iwautiful patlernk,) fine i race let 9 .and
Necklace; ilnin ami set Sttit!,. irald Guard aiid
Fol Chains arid Kl g:!d aiid silver Pencil
and l uuuiile, gold diamond wanted Pens,'
Gold and Silver Spectacles, Perifocal,
German Silver, Steel and common dh.,
Also, a large assortment of Glasses to suit all ices, which
:- canDepot ln traroesatareryshort notice ;
Chapaan'i and Emmon,i ssperior Baxor STRIPS,
Chinsee Ilrs,JliMfger99:Kniees and Sets
u iors, Silcer Spoons and Butter Knives ;1
Together with many the r 'articles usually kept in Jew
elry stores. , All of which 1 ll be sold rery low for cash,
rJ?5 ttm 10 Pnpctual casti mers. Call at the brick row,
opposite G. V. BrowVs stork ( '
"All kinds of Watches Iwill be repaired; jwchaa
chronomiters, duplex, horizontal, patent-lever, musical,
repeajng and plain. Al , clocks, musical boxes, and
all kinds of Jewelry will be put in order on reasonable
terms. Having obtained a very steady and skilfut work
man from a celebrated Watch making Establishment in
Philadelphia.be feels no hesitation insaying 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.
S Old gold and silver taken in exchange for work done.
-'The subscriber feels thankful to his friends and the
public for the liberal patroiiage bestowed on him, and
hopes by punctual attendance to business and reasonable
i-harges, to merit a continuance of . the favors of a gener
ous public. I
J 1 JOHN E. BOG ER.
Salisbury, Sept. 27, 1845 S tf 22
Nr GROSS FOR SALE.
fHE undersigned. Administrator on the Estate of
A Wm. E. Powe, deceased, will sell,
AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SALISBURY,
On the 1st. of January next,
AMONG 'THEM - '
is a most excellent COOK, and house servant :
also, ooe other excellent house servant girl, who is a good
- - t i
There are, also, two other valuable women, and
two very likely boys, hetweih 12 and 14 years of age.
These negroes will be sold at public sale, on a credit
of six months, the purchasers giving bond and approved
Nov. 20th, 1845 3I:5t
! A. T. POWE, Admr.
On in on day t3ie SOtu Instant
WILL be exposed to public sale, at the late reside uce
of Mis. L. Conner, dee'd, near Beat tie a Ford.
MEN, WOMEN, and CIIIL-
anion; wtunu i an excellent tUUK.
Che S cart of tiuti
on which said deceased lived, lying on the waters of the
Catawba River, containing
(if not sold privately.) At the same time will be sold a
q iantity of Corn and Fodde Hotses, Cattle and stock of
Hogs. Also, some fattened for Pork .
It. J. MrDOWELL,
Dec 6,1845 4w32
Agents of II. W. Conner.
PURSUANT to a Decrtje of the Court of Equity for
Davie county, at Fall Term. 1845. 1 will sell at oub-
lie sale, on the premises, on
! . . . . . "
Friday, the 9th day of Janu-
ary, next, the
With Ihe i'RACT OF LAND adjoining,
belonging to the late James Robinson, dee'd, lying on the
waters of the South Yadkin; Davie county. Also, on
Saturduy, the 10th day of January, on the premises, a
TRACT OF LAND,
lying on the waters of second Creek, in Rowan county,
joining the lands of Henry Rubinson, Andrew Lyerly and
others, belonging to the said Robinson, and subject to
dower. A credit of one, t wj and three years will be giv
en, purchasers giving bonds with approved security, bear-
ing interest irom date, 1 uies retaioea uaui me purcuase
- . .r -1 rrv.i ! ... i t.l i
money is paid.
L. BINGHAM, C. M. K.
Mocksrille, Dec. l, 18454w32 Printers fee $5 00
SALE OF NEGROES.
WILL be sold at Public Sale, at the Court-House in
Salisbury, on Saturda r, the 27th instant, 6 or 7
WOMEN. BOYS and GIRLS,
belonging to the Estate of Elizabeth Kelly-, dee'd. Terms
made known on the day ot sale. t
,; i L. -.BINGHAM, rfm'r. v
Dec 3, 1845 4w32
NEGROES FOR SALE.
THE undersigned Executrix, on the Estate of Obadi
ah M. Smith, dee'd, will sell at the court-bouse, in
Salisbury, on the first day of January next, four
one woman, and child. one man, shoemaker, and one
mod Dioush dot. . The above negroef will be sold on a
credit of six months, purchasers eiving bond and approv
ed security. JO YSEY SMITH, Executrix.
Dec. 3; 1845 4w33 - .
CIiOTHIK G FOR SALE
CHEAP. FOR CASH ! -i
B ;jF FItAtEVw;ll also! make in the latest
. stvle. well done and warranted to fit at bis shop. in
the are brick house at Salisbury. .He will also teach the
art of euttin on the latest and most approved style as a-
cent for New York anj rnuaaeipnia. uiioi wmc mi
sliort notice, t 32tf : B. F. FRALEY.
I. WILLaeii at the eourt-housei in the town of Salisbu
ry, on the 1st day of January; 1845, several likely Ne
groes. cTbose wishing to purchase would do well to attend-
-'-'v . f.t.-. ,j ; ,t -7 i J M. .LOTE.;." 1
December 6; 1845-433 i 'V
PURE AVIIITE ; LEAD. ' r
t fifi KEGS pire white lead jast received and for
lUU aaleloVbyv - J.rIL ENNESS. A
1 Salisbanr, Jan 14. 1845 7if
"t . .
GZLBSLT B20IT3 l.23Lj
. 'JAND KO HUMBUG I'- " :
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL
f-C ASH?STORE'. -
.Ty. ondersignel ' have . receired and opened from
' VT r VId,.Hli? Pi Jew York, their FaU and Winter
PTjsT be largest, cheapo and onWdesiileU
of NEW STYLE FANC Y G 00 DS, prer brought to
the Western part of North Carolina ; consisting in part of
Soper fine and low-price French; English cloths and cas--.
' , siineres. ... . - ..4
French and German plain and ribed beaver cloths.-
Fancy coTd silk and wool bearer cloths, (new and desira--rrble
articled) f ? " --y -: -
Sattinefa, Tweed, cassimeres. Ky. Jeans plain and atrijwd
flannels. Kerseys sad Canadian Jeans. , . k t ;
Surtjes, plaid wool linings and plaid linseys. . , .
20JKW yds. French and American priots(prctty & cheap)
Cashmeres, crape de lanes and bombazines. ?
60 ps. Orleans and A'pacca lustres, blk. and colored.- -6
ps. plain and satin striped silk warp lustres, . ,
Silk, linen and cotton h'dk'fs.silk crura ts and satin tiesv
Bed and Negro blankets, suspenders and gloves. " " - -800
yds. wool, hemp and cottoo carpeting from 25c to gl
300 beaver and blanket overcoats ; 30 beaver frock and
45 pa. red, white and yellow flannels.' v" '!
. 75 doz. wool and damask shawls and tippets, every qoal-
ity and price. . ; , ,
Bl'k and blue blk eilks, blk and white crape and crape de
lilse. " '
Brocade striped Poult de soie dress silks. -
A very large assortment, of French dress Goods
of every description.
Bating cloths, no. 4 to 9, and screen wire.
Bleached and fine brown shirtings and sheetings. '
,- Ginghams, bed ticks and apron checks. 'V
Merino, and flannel shirts and drawers.
Cambrics, jaconets and Swiss muslins.
Jaconet and Bwiss muslin edgings and insertings.
HATS, BONNETS $ CAPS.
Af dozen Fur and Wool Hats.,
t-xJ 50 dozen Fur, Seal, cloth and selet caps.
. 25 " Leghorn, straw and bombazine bonnets.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
t O CASES mens and boys.fmud boots.
A 5 do. Miles waterproof and dress boots.
15 . do. good and cheap negro shoes.
17 do. men's and women's lined & bound shoes
20 iron and wood framed travelling trunks.
7500 lbs. Northern skirting and hemlock sole leather,
10 to 18 cents per lb.
35 carpet and saddle bags.
20 dozen lining and binding skins.
6 do. Philadelphia calf skins ; 3 do. hog skins.
68 side and mens saddles, all qualities and prices.
25 dozen saddle trees.
ff PAIR Eliptie springs, all sizes.
Vl" 20 chaise hides ; 4 pr. ruber cloth ; 14 sides pat
45 sets of concave bands ; 30 buggy and carriage
10 pr. folding steps ; 20 dashes,
Mouldings, Phlrd Knobs, and Malleable Irons,
Buggy lilcs, Boirsy Fringes and Laces.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
8 t OSES axes. $1 to $ l 25 ; 125 kegs nails.
30 anviia and vices ; 18 pr. bel.'owses.
9 boxes tin plate ; 15 boxes coffee mills.
30 dozen wool and cotton cards.
12 do. steel shovels and spades ; mill and X cut
saws. ' 1
5000 yds. Ky. bagging, very heavy, 16 to 18 cts.
ji i Lai ing rope ; 40 ounces Quinine.
6 do mining and well rope, 1 to 5 J inches.
75 boxes window glass ; 3 flasks quick silver.
30 gallons copal varnish ; 201)0 lbs. best white lead.
10 bbls. linseed oil ; 16 bbls. tanners oil, (warranted)
1 Hogsheads sugar ; 180 bags coflee.,
JLvf loOO lbs. loaf sugar ; 4 boxes tea.
200 lbs. best Spanish indigo ; 2 bbls. madder.
150 kegs rifle and b!n6ting powder ; 25 bags shot.
2000 feet dry and water fuse ; 700 lbs. bar lead.
A very large stock of rolled and bar Iron Tyre
from io 2 inches.
1000 lbs. English and American blister steel.
803 )bs. cast steel, hoop and sheet irotl.
The above goods were selected with cafe by an expe
rienced buyer, and bought exclusively for cash, principal
ly by the package from first hands ; and are now oflWed
at wholesale ami retail for cash, we think at from ten to
"fifteen per cent, lower than the market price. All we ask
is an examination ; we have the goods and are determin
ed to sell them. If you want good bargains come with
money, and you will be certain to get goods at lower pri
ces (with a few exceptions) than you ever bought them
before. Persons at a distance, and country merchants
wanting goods, would do well to call and examine our
large and beautiful stock before purchasing, as it is a noto
rious fact goods are sold lower at retail in Salisbury, than
in any other part of the United States.
J. 11. JENKINS &, CO.
Salisbury, November 15. 1845 6w29
N. B. All persons indebted to the late firm of Jenkins
& Biles, by note or book account, are requested to come
forward without delay and settle the same, as I am anx
ious to close the concern as soon as possible.
J. H. JENKINS, Surviving Partner.
Nor. 15; 1845 6w29
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W IA ML A ) VV 1- 11 JKM
FASHIONS FOR 1845 k
At the old Tailoring Establishment!
HORACE H. BEARD,
TTAS JUST. RECEIVED OF MR. F.
i. . ivi AiiAX, tne va ffirirr i r ni r-aiu-4i
XX(2dSr for the Fall aad Winter of 1845 and '6,
which far excells any thing ot the kind heretolore pub
lished. He still carries on the "
TAILORING B USINESS
in all its various branches, at his old stand, where he is ev
er ready to meet and accommodate his old and new cus
tomers with fashionable cutting and making ot garments,
not to be surpassed by atfy in the Southern country. Punc
tuality, despatch and faitblul work as has been, always
shall be his aim and object. Thankful for past encour
agement, be hopes to merit its continuance.
N. Bi The subscriber has in his employ a workman
who cannot be surpassed either North or South.
Oct. 4. 184&-if 28 H. H. BEARD.
9 LIS SXjY NEGROES,
Three Men, two plough Boys,
one Girl, one Wurnan, and two Children,
Kdnnirinff to the Estate of the late Wm. Chonn, dee'd.
On, nf the men fa vouna man) has worked some time
at th niACK.S31IXflX3rG business.
anJ made good progress in acquiring a knowledge of the
trade. The woman was Mrs. t-nunn s
- ' ' - - ' !'
for several rears. These negroes will be sold on a cred
it of 12 month!-' -,. .'v; . ..' m : t ; ;. .
"At die Courthouse. inalibury, .
to Vie highest bidder, on the first day of
, January next -4 ? -;r? ' -:
V . ,. : - . v. 1 -E. Dl AUSTIN. Executor.
, Nor. 23th, I845l-3l:5t n J i - ---
"DRS. P..& A. M. HENDERSON, :
MA VINGissociated ibeoiseyes in the, Prac
ice oCMEbirts,wffir their Professional
cnVJ.Vp- to ihe Pubiic. Or Office io the brick
the Rowan Hotct-i544tf
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
- For 1815 A 10 Jut received ! ;v
v TAILORING ESTAB.L1I1MENT!
ALSOBROOK AND MILLER,--:".
HAVING located ourselves in t ho Town of Salis-'
bnt7permanently we intend carryingon our ha-,
siness in a style, not to be surpassed in the State or out
of it. ' Our establishment is io the Toom on the corner of
the nsunr IUt elf formerly -occupied as the . Poat-Of-.
fice..' We hare emplpyed. the best of Northern Work
men... No expense or pains Lwdl be-, spared to render
this a Fashionable Establishment in all respectsJ; Gen
men, therefore, may rely on ha ving their clothes made
np in the most, fashionable and durable manner. We
hare been engaged regularly in cutting for the last fire
years, and part of the time in some of the most celebra
ted estaUishnaents in the Southern States. We shall not
hesitate to guarantee every thing to fit we cut and make.
. LbridohPtiHsatdlVew'Yorh, -.
received monthly. In conclnsion, should we be encour
aged, no one will be be under the disagreeable necessity
to send away to procure first-rate made'cldtliing: ! i
We return thanks for the liberal patronage hereto-'
fore bestowed on' us, and hope' by" -foshionable work
and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of
the same. H. A, P. JLSOBRQOK.
; - r H. S", MILLER.
All persons Indebted to the subscribers, are requested
to make settlement. as'longerrinJulgence will do: be
, SrpUmber 20 1845 26;ly , ,
C A S H FRIGES
FOR BOOTS AND SHOES.
TJT II E subscriber, in considers t ion
A of the hardness of the times,
and also hoping to extend his busi
ness, has revised his prices for
2$oot aiuti Sfiorov
and finds it in his power iofall a little, provided he sells
for cash. . He has therefore subjoined a list of his' prices
for work, on the cash system. Those who purchase on
credit, must expect to pay the customary prices. "
Jjtst of uasnrrtces.?i:;,.jr-r
Fine stitched Boots c 6 50 ,
do fudged do - ' 5 50
do men's shoes 9 00"
do do shoetees T 2 50
do do fudged shoes 1 87 J
do do do shoetees 2 25
do Ladies shoes 1 50
do do do fudged - 1 37$
Also a quantity of children and negro shoes of the ve
ry best quality on hand for sale lower than any where else
for cash ' I .
P. S. Orders from a distance punctually attended to,
and all kind of country produce taken at market prices
in exchange for work.! .
My hop ie opposite the store of J. 4 IV. Murphy.
All those indebted to me are requested to come forward
and settle the-same either by cash or note, otherwise they
may have to pay cost, MOSES L. BROWN,
July 26, 1845 t25Dec By Jacob Letler.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
HALL $ HALL
WOULD inform the merchants of the interior that
they have inconnection with the general CEHce
os927 lZ3 ja.33laaS353 added to that of For
warding ; and having large and commodious Ware
houses on the bank of the River, are prepared to receive
and forward Goods upon such terms as will defy all com
petition, our charges an J expenses being one-third less on
the freight bills than any other house in the place.
All Goods shipped to G. W. Davis of Wilmington, for
the interior, and not o:herwise directed, will be found in
our possession. j
Fayeiteville, May 21, 1844
NEW, NEW, NEWER THAN EVER,
And the best assortment
in my line, ever brought to Salisbury before, and having
bought for cash, and cash only I will be jible to sell cheap
er than ever, and all of the best' and most choice selec
tions. My new stock consists of Sherry Maderia, Port,
Champaign, Claret, TenerifT, Malaga, and Domestic
Also, the finest liquors, such as
French Brandy. Jamyicar Rum. Holland
Gin, N. E. Rum. and all varieties of
countn) or Domestic Liquors,
of the best selectioiTm Salisbury or any where else.
Also, some erenuine London Porter in nunrt or pint bot
tles, fresh Ale andsweet Cider ; splendid French Cor
dial, forty boxes, of the fiuest plum Raisins, fine fresh
t igs, Oranges, Lemons, Almonds, hne Uoshen Cheese,
fresh Soda Biscuit and fresh Butter Crackers ; the most
splendid assortment of finest Candies ever brought to
Salisbury, or seen here ; and perhaps the finest begars
ever brought here, fine fancy pipes, the best Scotch Snuff
either in bottles or bladders, IMacaboy Snotf in bottles.
the finest fresh Mustard, Lime Juice, Lemon Sirup, Pep
per Sauce, Cayenne pepper, Cloves, fancy Snuff-boxes,
Seidletz powders, Blacking, Matches, and lots of fish
hooks and lines, fresh SardillCS Salmon, and
Herring, and a large variety of other articles in my line
too tedious to describe, all of which I will sell low for
cash and on the same terms to punctual customers.
I would ulso inform the ladies and gentlemen of Salis
bury and the country at large, that I have quit retailing
spirits at my dwelling house, situated nearly opposite J.
Murphy's Store, where, Tbe ladies and gentlemen
intfltikJ ir vail Ami rnmink fir trtimapIvM na tVir
OIC UIMisu 'V vmm.i va-.... .v .v. ...v
will b. no danger of disturbance by the drinking of ar
F. R. ROUCHE.
Salisbury, May 17th. 1845.
tf (6 26 3)
CONCORD, N. CAROLINA. .
fTTHE subscriber baslthc pleasure to iitfurm
U his old friends and customers, nnd the
public generally, that he has recently purchased
the large BRICK HOUSE, adjoining the north."
n .! rr
west corner ot tne uourt-iiouse, in ine itwn
of Concord, and has fitted it up irra fashionable
and comfortable s tyle as a HOUSE for the acu
commodalion of the public. His house has
bpp.n thoroughly reoaired his rooms are larce
r v . ; ,
and conveniently arranged, and his furniture is
entirely -new. - His Hostler is not surpassed by
any in Ihe .State. : ile Uaj tlers himseit mat ironr
his lou; experience in the business, be is able
to give satisfaction toall who may favor bim with
a call. All itSKIsawirmai. vn unu jikjc
for yourselves. f J KflAH P. HARRIS.
Concord. N; U.. May 13, 1040 ti o . .
OCT Raleigh Regisler,
Lincoln Courier nd4
Charlotte Journal, will
Dubrish the above till
PAINTS 2ND DYE STUFFS,
Wines ami Spirits ; Fancv Soans
and Perfumenr i'Shot Fomitnre ; Fine 'Tobacco and
Cigars ; Spices, Paint and Hair Brushes; Rice, Oil, and
Candles ; and a large. variety1! of fancy articles for La
dies and Oentlemen, just received and for sale, very
cneap lor cna i . 1 iiul.ul
. Salisbury; Nr. 22. 1845 tr30;. .
EOUND in my yard on the 10th of this (nvmth. i)ta
rum of TW EN T Y DOLL ARDS; whichtbe loser
can' have, br sn'nlication to me. on condition that
give satiafoctory account of .In J hf ra
notice. - uas 1 ik m
' Nor: 20th, l&4531:3r
-Keatlj printed an4 for tale at ihia OiUcc.
Consrcsslounl Ixilc!Ii;c:2ccr. .
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therewith, including a compUttt&ciatcvpyoS the Acts
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THE UNDERSIONEP ;
RESPECTFULLY announce to the public, that thtjr
have recently purchased that -large and commodi
ous Public Ilottse in Mocksville Davie county;
known as the -1 v .', .,
that they have refitted and newly furnished the same and,;
opened it for the use ofthe public. ? Ta those acquaint-' -v
ed with this stand, it will be unnecessary 16 say that the',?
building is nearly new ; the , rooms large and airy, of.
modern construction, and that the entire establishment
With its - '.: -m'-
Out-buildiiigs and ndjaccut GrouiidsV
is most coramodiously and comfortably arranged..,, The;
undivided attention of the undersigned will be directed to
the comfort and well being of those who may honor s
them with their patronage. 4 ;,-'.
II. & R. REYNOLDS.
MockaYjJle. Febniary 2I; 1845-3w4"r "
CHEAP, CHEAPER 1 CHEAPEST U:
THE subscriber respectful- A ;
ly informs his friends and 'Xf$ t
the publiclhat he still continues to carry on
"the - ,-- - -' SEp,-'''
in Salisbury, on main street, a few doors south of J..&.
W. Murphy's store, and just opposite the Rowan UoteL',1
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. He has on hand 'f
at all times an assortment of such work as will suit the
wants of the country, such n Bureaus, Sideboards, Sec-
retaries. Cup-boards, Tables, Candle-stands, Wash
stands, Bedsteads, . '
Cane Bottom ahdl Windsor ChtuftQeig. .
A neat assortment of Cofiins constantly kept on hand ,
so that any person can be accommodated in that line, and. v
the prices shall be made to suit customeri, not only in that V -article,
but in all of the above mentioned articlesTbc;'
subscriber would say to the public rthat? tbey would dol,
well to call and examine before they purchase, as be in-
tends hereafter to sell cheaper than work baa rrrt been .
sold in this State. , - V . V j .--T v'
All kinds of country produce and lumber will be taken 4 ,
in exchange for work. DAVID WATSON.
Salisbury. April 19. 1845 ' ' v. 25tf ; , -
NE W SPUING AND , SUMMER 'C: ;
, ; Fishes for 1315 1 " . . , ;V , !
THOMAS DIckspN respectfully inform his friend " '
and the public, What he still carries on the TAI
LORING BIJSINESS in all its rarioua branches, two v
doors above J. & W: Murphy's store, where he is ready
to execute all orders of his customers in a style and man ;
ner not inferior to any work done in this par: ofthe coun
try. He is also in the regular receipt of the NEW
X UAkJx i VIOllU'lO, ana Jlicuaicu ivwvuiuiuuan tuv
tastes of the Fashionable at all timea.
All work will be warranted to fit well ond to be. made
well. May 17. 1845 tf3" '
SLliE OF NEGROES I
nooLnted a Cminissiorer br the County Court of
Davidson, to effect a sale of the Negroes belonging to the '
Estate of the late Sarah Ellis, ofDaridson county, for .the
purpose of a partition among the disuibniees, will in pur--
sua nee of a Decree of said Court, expose to ETPUBLIG '
-SALE on WEDNESDAY the f
: DAY OF DECEMBER,; :
at the residence of the late' Anderson EHUi" Jersey Settle
ment, : ' .. ' -
Consisting of MEN: BOYS WOMEN
A credit of ticclrc monlns will be extended
to purchasers opon giving bond and approred security. .
i-r'-r' , Commissioner, r-
Salisbury, Nor; 13; 1845-7w2D K. '
Doct's Barton dc .Xiridor,
tle of iMEDicxsE;fand located at -Blount ;
Vernon, Kridcr's Store, RuVan! County,) of.;
fer their pitifional sen ices to the public, ;
- ClIEWnO TOBACCO. ' 3 t
JttsT rccciricd 10 boxes Beeswing Chewinj To-. t.
Salisbury; June 1 j.4845-7tf' - ' .
HE Cliewlas Totjacco. on band and ,
. for sale; one box of Rose Bud ; 5 boxes Bees ing ;W ,,
one box Honey Dew. ' J; IL Kl5
.. r. , . n' lfii; " .e lev-?-."- s.-.- ' .
Salisbury, Aoiust 9, 1845 tf 15
- PILLS I PILLS!!
A GTJEand b7ovctp' ''lOVeSruL eore
IM i- -. . t 11 Drn9 Store:- 1
U.M. or n jwy r or saie i . v" - r j -
Salisbury. August IT. lS45tf la . . !
JiUPERIOK COURT Wim$
1 lCiitt urniy I'V- 7 Am J "