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Z 1-are iae greatest benefit of labor, a man
j liiinwlf the best ad vantagesmust adopt
7N; ai. Il is to idi tAffriciilturists in this that such
ihl Nott Carolina Farmer are- in ;titutedi
.Jrelkith fw10' f experiments, new disc overiesj
Licntej ic, tnd publish them to the world, and!
tjif Farmer is. taught how to apply his industry 'to
i miitest benefit. IIw important then, iit is, to
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r gaJ rrKJours ge these, Journals.
V Ei .below, the- contents of the: January No. of
: Ftmi?t;jnJ woW, add in conclusion, that it is
. . i r:: :r "CONTENTS;
lrkson iMSkjnncr'ai Letter, J.69, Vineyards,
,,'&.c. 1?Q : Introduction of the Alpaca, 171 : Hea-
-FWce. J7e l'urr)pkin Cropj 1 12 : Preserving
i.wnt lloirs., 173 ! Housinz Apples. Preservin
farmers'' Maxims. 175: Tlie Dairy. hi
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ifiurrf-Jo not btjtUv'e'reryiDiahivuthkn,'arid
child, Whig or Democrat who beard ill ;. Vnd
fresher than'ali will it live ifi the memorj of Hob.
Louis D. I HenrysbJong a9 ho. may dwell ii
mbng the children of men. That gejitlemaW
bad ffrosnly slandered the! Whiff pait in hit
opeecii cpi taKing me vnair oi toe Liemacratir;
Convenltpn. Ho ought toj.hayo cxpccedf that
the creatl Whig . party were not ' so craven ols
tamely td surnhiU ; He cikT expect it, land aV
tended ihe deliberations jbf our Convent ion--
,nu we nope in me arrogant ueitei uiu.l,uis au-
gust presence could brow.beat or bully mem.
bers of uch a Conveirtiou flrom:rep!iog, as
rriighi bepome men of spirjt,' to his coarse vitij-
perauon upon as pure anu, inuB aipany as t tn jtu rve nn
SURTimm TITE DEADLY could
ay a great deal about Burying the Dead, j
ul would it avail any good?! lVobldit
cause more attention to be baid to the H
Smjsbcbt, iaa.'23 1846.
Tmi t AiKtT -Flbnri 5 Mr bblrf Wheat 80 a 81 prj
hel : Cbrnf lo a'BO ctal: PoUtoekJrish Snow Ball C24.
Red 50; 'Sweet do. 4ftj Sugar 7 all; Coflee7al0j
LGoas creation, but 'even to following therh
ab sun fHeaven evPr looked doWn!Wfe 7 'VS 'iSI. ?
a-- i i. . ,t - . t 4 l- ui feiuuuu. ii uu ii i ii il liiirr iru ;il
nope he did. not tnus presume, mough many hVk. , i . . ;
r . ic r.; . . ?T. . f 1 Where mav it not bf sncn to Hrst?
nave jnougni so. ji c uiu, we trust no nasirp.; c r i " " . 7
auiiik ui a leiiow-creainre requceq 10 me
humiliating necessily of going about and
learnt a leison by which he may profit.
!ln the jeourse of Mr. Badger's remarks, fo
show that the claims to the wbo!e of Oregon
k ' 1 . . . - CI
vkt, ;l75;ljlrrijgation and D?ep Ploughing. 17" 1 Im
jnProiitkri,iiAgriculttnil Hock-iii'-c, 17D. Save
,-Corn Golxri Cuw of Hinj!f Worms,; S. Ci Funiiie,
r well) 181 : important pitrorry, Peaches, 182:
riipltare u wake uu "i. jjrjjtwr
ittUt-tnt cultufjf of f'ruin 181: tterTrom Du-
j county, 190 ; mae Com Butter-nUking,
tUnalogknezhter of Jan. 1G.
piorious. Whig Conventipn !!
f,fv, in Monday last, and
.Tflijfht, as, indeed, a rijost glorious meeting.
I I Jnlhni Dirits 4 The
-presented; 42k and .the Delegates in
iiier, were more humemiu, vc belie vd
number ' of Counties
had not a ways been made by the present Derrft
ocralie part--eren by many of the rrentlemen
themselves who were now clamoring for wary
unless.; Li re at lirifmn woitKl viold ihAiM'hfJof
iMr Badaer read from: a -lnrnmpnt. nurtmrtin'
L .j "C ' ------ T f- -r-...r
to be an Address of the Democratic Central
uommittete of N. C. published Oct. 4, '1844.
" Great Britain wants bat Teiras to check and ovpiI
awe our commerce, to threaten Our peace, and jcarry on
he schemes of abolition and smuggling along q pommoa
boundary xt land and river for nearly two thousand miles.
Remember, sjhe is jealous of the success of our Demol
cratic institutions, and that she views the United States
89 -tle. only, competitor whose rapid growth incommercp
and manufactures, js like t shut her out from a monorj
oly of the markets ofthe world.: At the North, she hak
Canada anc he lakes for her armies and navies; on the
West, Oregon and her ancient allies the Indians, whom
she has nlwhys used against us, and who are now to the
number -of or seven hundred, thousand hovering oh
our wesiernj border ; there are her Islands in the West
Indies ; eive her a contFolling power in Texas, and W
ARE COMPLETELY AT HER MERCY.'! j
This atldres? wa3 signed by Louis D. Henry,
Cbairmaa. and twenty other leading Democrats
of the State. Mr. B. while commencing on the
admission made by these distinguished gentlej.
men, viz " on the norths she (Great Britain:)
Iujs Canajla, &c, on the vvct, Oregon, &cM"
wasioquring what new and additional title
(preat Britain had acquired to Oregon, or any
part therijof, since, the 4th of October, 1844,
when these same gentlemen admitted that she
( Do. aj
burial of the poorthe 'poor that tbillfe
..... w una uuueau v ior ix siivinsr -iub poos jf "nisaeyi
that perish like innocent flowers and ten
der plants while j living in obscurity'
Why attempt to conceal the fact it can
not be-disguised that there Is a lament
table want of attention-i-not nnlv to thn'
sick-bed of the poor and obscure class of
10 a 50.
ITTEVILLE MARKET Jan. 17.
!f)0 ai bo iLard, i OalO
ple,4 45 a 55 ! Molasses, 30 a 00
8a8j Oats, L 35 a 40
27a8 Oil,Linseled,75 a 80
a 'Nails, cut, 1 i 0 a 5
7 a 8 iRags, per. lhrj ' f 2
7 aj ) Sugar, brown, 8 a 10
begging ves. besrsinsr isome! one to heln
im to bury his aged mother ! and you
think of just what we hate seen in bygone
days but we will not sav where. We
have seen more ; but our heart sickens at J
tne glgntjtndjogxprn lalfpr?sUojypjOb
tale" We may neglect the poor aruTTb-
scure-r-we may leave the fathers alone
to oury the son and the son to bury the
father we may look indifferently upon
the corpse as it passes our doors and re
fuse to follow it while borne slowly ion
to the grave but a day is coming when
we, too, shall be igathered to the grave !
and when we must follow. Even now
all nature is dying every throb of the
heart brings us nearer j the grave the
sands of life are diminished by each fleet
ing moment soon the places that now
know us will know us no more a little
while and we are all numbered with the
H a Pi
26 3 (Talldw,
do. Lumn, . 14
do. Loaf, 14 a 16
Salt,! (bush.) 45 a 50
do. i5ack, aif a 2
t ail and; Vinter j t asnions
: For 1815 A;'4G-Juvt received !
-'j----- 4 !
ALSOBROOK AND, IMILLEU -
oass .is; iii-
Flaxseed, Si a 1 10 Tobacco, l'f, 2
Hides, green, 4 a! 5
; do. dy, 8 alO
Iron, 4 a; 5
95 a SI
40 a 42
121 a 15
IERAW MARKET, Jan. 20.
9 a 10
22 a 24
8 a 10
h a i
62 a 75
S5 a SC
.25 a 32
5 a 6
Leather, sole, 20 a 25
9 a 10
45 a 50
5 a 7
15 a 17
HAVING located ourselves in th4 Town of Sal is-i
bury,pemlnently0 we intend carrying on or bn-i
siness in a style hot to be surpassed in 'the State or out'
of x.' Our establishment is in the fHce three doors he- ij
low tne Alatthied corner and nearly opposite the .Market
Ilouse.We have employed the best' or NonhernlVprk
men. No expense or pains will be spared to render;)
this a Fashionable Establishment lit all respects. Gen
tlemen, therefore may re'y. on having their clothes made
up in the most fashionable and diirable manner, j We
have been engaged regularly in catling for the last five
1 years, nnd part of the time m some of the most celebra
1 ted establishments in the Southern States. We shall not
hesitate to guarantee every thing tip lit wc cut and make.
Londoii, Paris and Sew York
received monthly. In conclusion ', should we be encour
aged, no one wilt be under thr dimasreealU necettitf
to send away to procure first-rate made clothing.
We return thanks fur the liberal patronase hrreto-
j fore bestowed on us, and hope by fashionable work
' and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of
I thesAne. A. P. JLSOBROOK,
I : ' H. SL MILLER, i
I All persons indebted to the subscribers, are requested
j to close their accounts by February Court, or they may
expect 10 settle with an otticer.
SrpUmher 20 18-15 2C:ly
THE subscriber is tion- reccivi: "
. ; A xcrj desirable i : .
which has been selected an J boaLt I y 1. i
eire and at the lowest philaJdhia pr.v ,
, part, of the Allowing artir-. ts v
: Chtiis, Blanlrh, Casimrrcs. ''
Cashmeres, Alfraais; Kcutvcl v
' Mousclfne dt Ijnnr., Can' i
Pur and IV(
date. Thp said note was Driven (or a small one hone
wagon, wtyich I purchased of the said Rothrock, which
eao let US all, then, live, while We do and afterwards, as it appears, stolei and runaway with it,
live, ever read V to burv I.n.7..iriii n wll to sell it afeain, in which he succeeded. The &aid Roth-
county ; he
y note it he can. LM course, under
hereby forewarn all persons from Saddle. HaiUeSS BJld BrfdlG
iiauiiig iui a tciLum iiuic ut 11 mil lur iiic sum ui ;
$28 50, payable to Jesse Rotruc ((Rothrock is the cor- j
reel spelling of the name) given him by myself, bearing
date the 13th January; 1846, due three months after j
Clotli dud pair Ccrp.
Prime Clo Coflee, ns;i! '
Nails and Brads'oak timiej and tri:A I
many other 'articles tiu UrJivus to i;n::
also a good lot of
TIN WAK .
made of the best mater als.tnj t y a f rs:-i
all of which witl.be JJ ?ery low for tuf'n. '.
ing to purchase, goods i lt casli are re?p c ; . ..
to call snJ examine hii stock.
13" Persons who ba e been owing mr f r
more, are most earnest 5y rrqut-sted to inll i : !
ment.asit is absolute y necessary t!at I s
monry to'enable ine to keep my LusirvrKs
neglect Uiis,or it may uiyoa some t?o '
Uxingion, NC, Dec. 5, 1S45 31 if
i ui.A1! subscriber would rcwec i f
l ' ! pcrs that he .has now in Store a hr
5!f diticcs, Piinlt Oils, Dyt-St jf; ,
comprising alinort every thin i:i 1 '
"-j mj iiicii, iivc, wtiuc uu . ana anerwarus, as n appears, siote anu runa
live, ever ready to bury Lazarus as well to Bel1 1 "feai
n, in which he succeeded. Th
as Dives. Milton Chronicle. rtK keK ive,J near 9 .f ?,em in ses
.!.,: will no doubt sell my note if he can. Of c
Most Melancholy Accident We under
stand that a little son. some 10 or 12 years
of age, of the . late Michael Hoke, Esq., of
Lincolnton, vasshot on Saturday cven-
n;a Jn ...K.Ar, it, r.. ...U mS last and died instantly. Himself and
was due to the occasion, and to advent resncct ! another fy' about the Same age Were
fir the ojjitiions and rights of his opponents,
rudely, from the lobby, iuterrupled Mr. Badge ,
and persisted in his attempt to arrest the delilj
(4 iny previous f)cca?ioof a similar c
ft" Our adveVsarios ha vaunt ifngly de
lfoTcWd, thalMh 'was the tleadnes
Uthy'aWfipjf'Uie Whis j.ihat they could not
hroctife a reipvriauie niefimg ; out t lie result
y falsified their prediclions, and proven that
ItAYhigjpUii, always inomilablo, still burns
.11 ' .1 "1 V - 1c . I .1
I,, i,riiiianiy as it nreu ine oosomsi our
tWi7.u anrffstorft. In nrcnortion tn the num.
Ltir Deletes, we doubt whether anJ br-lv cries!of order add- hissing. We say to is more truly deplorable,; owing to the fact
ainini! 1 k: r..:l..i, j . ...i..t l- ; !.. . r i i.i. ... i
ui. i,ui3 iiil-iiu9 uu , wiieiuer or not tie i asiiaai- Mate ui iicaun &itiee uie:ueaui OI ner nUS-
pointing their guns at each other, in sport,
when accidentally the gtin of the young
Fulenwidcr, which is the name of theoth-
eration3ohhe ConVention, until he was'sileni i er boy was dischargedi j This accident
these circamstances, I am determined not to pay it.
, '1 WILLIAM INGRAM.
Randolph co., Jan. 23, 184G 3t39
jILE.V. fl017 4- HENRY MOYER,
r" AIvE this method of informinjr the citizens of Sal-
line, which he will sell
very low for ca4
customers. In his Stodk. wi3 be found ihn I
isbury and the Public at large,ih;ii they have com
menced the above business, three doors below the Court
house and nearly Opposite to Buis Confectionary shop,
where they nre prrpnred to make
iter nsscnbh'd North Carolina, cqnt
Kch ftn amount: of talent las this body present
i'fjj-Tbe peeche delivcjrcd on .the'; occasion'
would1 vie Ih merltvwithjthose of any pr iitica
Stitr of iLovtn Cavolina,
I STOKES COUNTY.
il - 1
Superior Court of Law Fall Term, 1845. , II A RX ESS and SADDLES, GEARS of all
j Polly Myers, vs. Joshtia Myers. j descriptions, TRUXKS, HALTERS,
Petition for Divorce and Alcmony. COLLARS $ MARTfXGALES,
ROCLAMATION made at the Court House door made of the best materials and in tjbe neatest and most
for defendant to appear and answer, ordered that ; durable manner. I They have in their employ a first rate
publication be made in the GreensboMp-jh Patriot and , Saddler. Their prices shall be such as to suit the tincs.
the Watchman at Salisbury, for three months far the de- i
fendant to; appear and nnswer the petition. Witness, I and despatch
Dlue Mass, London,
C. Ext Colocynib,
C. P. Castor Oil, ia half pt.Coprera?,'
pt, and qt bottles,
A?ue and tevet 1 ulsJ
kl . 'II
uemUi20 'in tho Union; and wc nevir felt
wiimJer of our State, than when wo looked
rWwl wpon;thr!l imposing body, and macktd the
rtfat and (tood men that bad assembled
tfev iveekts hotice, to lear tcstimori
ed of it, his friends are to a man, whatever they
may chosti to say to his face. Mr. B. continu-
ru nis rernarKs wnnoui luriner interruption, anju
closed with a mt
nine of. y big principles, and to pledge ihem-
itlve anew to their, maintenance arid perpetu-
h a most touching .-eulogy upon
band. Rutherfordton Rep ublican.
Texas. The Houston Telegrapji
says tlftit several planters from Georgia
and South Carolina have recently beejp
examiniilg'the land near the mouths of tlie
tiion. Ua contemplating mo scene, anu par-1 -raaus unu ooiorauo, ana inose on ine
tkipaling inthe enthusiasm of the momdnt, we Laney, tan Uernard, and Oyster Creek,
felt, ia (he language of the Poetfj as applied hyfj with a view to large cotton, sugar, arid
. . 1 . h ' I i I " , - I . . . . 1
Isaac Golding, Clerk of said Court at of ice, the second
monday after the 4th mouday in September, A. D. 1345.
i! ISAAC GOLDING, c. s. c.
Jan. 184G 3m39 Printers' fee $19 ;
llaleigli & Gaston Kail Uoad.
THIS, Road, having1 become the property of the State
of North Carolina, notice is hereof given that it
is in successful operation, and the trans rtation of Pas
sengers and Freights will be continued at the same rates
as heretofore. Every n Mention will be paid to insure
expedition and comfort to the Traveller.
S WESLEY IIOLL1STER, President.
Raleigh, Jan. 8th, 184C 3t39 ' 1
Alt kinds of repairing in their lilie done with neatness ', x' u' . '
. i u r : I Peters Pi U.
Hull s Pills,
of lh(Smo8t gtfVed son f of tho Old Not th, tobacco plantations in that regioat They
V ' 7 . r T i uru ucjiiiiru wuti ine country, anu re-
f! wfl,,MT; fafJ'lls.-. i U t solved to remove thither with their nc-
lie Conventton ;was orgatnzeu on Aionoay roes forthwith
la . i - - ii
d uiAn or .1 . ftnr " an r
Serious Casvalty.-On Tuesday last, the
horses and carriage of P. K. Dickinson, Esq.,
ot this place, were standing! at the gate of Mr.
M. London, waiting for some ladies who were
about to enter it when the horses, from some
cause, took fright, and despite the exertions of
the driver, who was standing at their heads, we
learn, at the time, they bounded forward, upset- ! COMMITTED to the Jail of Kerthaw District, a
ting the carriage and breaking it to pieces. ! negro boy who says his name is Edward Bailey,
The nlaee where the earriao-ft eWn Km I and that lie runaway from George Walden, at Colum-
short distance from the bank of Smith's creek
which is here some 20 feet; high. The horses
in their fright, rushed over the bank with the
fore part of the carriage attached to the harness,
and were almost instantly disowned. The hors
es and carriage were, we learn, very valuable.
They hope by punctuality to business and moderate
charges, to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
Salisbury, January it, 184G 3w37
Jroor Man's VI
Purjund) Pi; '.
Seidiitx aaJ h'-.
Spanish Drnu n.
Log Wood, Gr J.
ate of iiortli Carolina.
Court of Pleas end Quarter Sessions,
'Nov. sessions, 1845.
fP'.ea: Fully ad
Thompsons Eye Water.
Kowand Tonic Mixture foi lllacking,
ague and fever,
Carpenters Symp Liv
Taylors Balsam do
Spohns Headache Remedy.
John F. Miller, Adm'r of
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Eliz
abeth Pepperman, David Weaver and ChriBtena, his wife.
and Henry Shirley and Mother his wife, heirs at law of '
ii ..' i' i . i . t.i r . u:..
bia, who bad employed him as a race fider. Said boy tir,,r hu.-u.-.o. ..;i-ir.
is about 12 years of age, very black, and quite short in I l 18 "V1 b' 'he 1,rt ;lhal l'bhcanoii be made m tlie
stature-he says he is a free boy, that his parents live Carolina W atchman for the space pf six weeks not.fying
r. v:r i .lj, i . .a u, ii-.;. 1 said defendants to appear at the net Court of Pleas and
near Germantown, IN . t., and that he was lately living r , r , .
l u r i . t; i- u ti -ii Qunrter sessions: For the count v of fctanlv, at the Lourt-
with Noah Roberts at fcali!bury. 1 ha owner will come . . ' - ... ', . ,
c i i :.u .v... t i,; house, m the town of Albemarle, on the second Monday
iUl n aiU. (uuiwiy mill iuc ian urni mu iiini nnu . , , . - , . . , . .
. in H irktniQrtr nnvf llion nn.f flli.aak .lkfkl I inu r fliaa
in m. v kJ uu i m ai, iiK.li anu iui. ic vir jmvuv iw a-u ,
Dry Wh:.t IaJ.
Vliite Ix-ad in U
Verdigris in Oil,
Macabau S:ulT, j
Scotch do ;
Rappee j tlu j
Smokinj ' d :
do Prt!. i.
White wah d ,
Paint j t'.
Tooth ! ' il ) :
L Trusses, S
J. It ENNISS.
J East Comer . f "
ii. WOOL WORT
I It was in so
&t afierndon, when
Mr. Francis from the
i . ' - -j ,
Western Ileserkc, of.
fertdjle fallowing resolu iins : i
!rc.TTlint this ConvfrfJw has full confidence i
tttrinrrrSW. abilily.nnd devo'ed patriotism df WIL-
.1.1 AM A.UR'AHAM Uie present Governorl of our ;
Statfttnj ibnt.lor the taithlulness and impartiality with
Si be h4 perfo'jiiied the duties of the hiylJ station
whkri hbid.4.her- ia entitled, td the cratitude.nnJ should
iwive he "jsnpport of j the people of North CarAlina, at;
wfTiwingjr lection ; and that, entertaining as we u,
ihninitimn (or ih virtues he has exhibited, in ti e fulfil
atD(f ihe 'duties of every pilhlid s'atiun with which he
iiWta entrusteJ by the people jof his native Si ate, we
not hesitate io declare our. belief,-that his re-ilectioh
m! fcltarice ( i! best interests of ' North Carotona."
Thrforr, M it Jie$ohed, pnanimouoly, That the
Bffi)riU Vu,i.tAM A.GaAnAM be, and is hereby nora
i:tJn aodid;fte for Governor of North Cajolina,
fcf ir-fVction ; and that we reCotiVmend him lo the snp
rft of thai people he has for yehrs so faithfully served.
I'rfi,;Tlat the President f this Convention np
fiat a Committee of five, to rommuni'cate ti e above
ta'lutmn.tn 111 Kxeellnrv; (lov. GHAtiiM. nnd earn-
't'rge'.BBjieiTptance of the notrtinatjon therein made;
n that ihry report n this Convehtioni, ffs soon as con
nent,ab Governor's rrply. :
. . lTeIljsolutioos verc received with gieat ajv
use, ariJ tcro' Unanimously adopted. After
j ! Vich tlie Committee of five was aprointed,
;1 d departed for thd--pcrformanco of tie duty
I . "yigncd ihom. A short jnteival: elapsed, when
Editorial Change. We learn that JoHn
II. Pleasants has retired from the jhane
of the e
Jan. 14 lt39
W. M. WATSON, Jailor.
r. i.nr.K A x
RESPECTI t i.i.
his frienJ si, i i
frcneral, that he i nr.
above butines ut I. -one
iloor below !;, !
wclfs store. AM w : .
tlorial department of the Rich-
Button holes on both sides. A gentleman in
Charleston, who entertained a good deal of com
pany at dinner, had a black fellow as an atten
dant who was a native of Africa, and never
moiid Whig, and bis connected himself could be taught-to hand things invariably to the
with the JDaihj News and Star of the same
been a si
Tj&KT-YaHP FOB. SHXaS
ON Wednesdny the 25th February, (it being court
weeit,) I will sell at the Court-house, in .Mocksville,
a good Tan-Yard comprising 20 Vats two
Limers, K large Pool, a Shop, and other buildings.
.Mocksville is an excellent situation for a Tan-yard, and
all those: wishing to parchase, are respectfully requested
to attend. j SAMUEL FROST,
i January 8th, 1816 3 w38
CoTToy. Since our last quotations there has
ght decline in this article. Prices
now rangti from to 7 Cents. Very liulef is
coming in from the country. Columbia Chron
icle, Jan. 14. !
left hand of the gliests at the table. At length,
his master thought of an itifallible expedient to
direct htm, and as coats were then worn in
Charleston single breasted in the present qua- i
ker fashion, he told j Sambo always to band the j j WILL sell for dish at the Court-House in Salisbury,
plate, &C, to the jbutton.holo side, Unfortu- WJL on Tepday the 2d day of February, (it being Tues-
nately, however, for the poor negro, on the day day of Qourt,)
same will be taken pro confess, nnd heard exparte as to
them. Witness, D. Hearnc, clerk cf our said court al of
fice, the second monday in November, A. I). lb 15, and in
the 70th year of American Independence.
JJ. HEARNE, Clk.
Pointers fee 5 50 Cw36 i
j ' jlROM New York, reppec-tfully anno!ices to the cit.
i lbe liest atvle.l and . t ;
perform wHl. A share of ipuWic at roni g- j .
Salisbury, Decembr 13f lt45 if 33
TO I UXSM1T11S ! !
TIIK subscriber wishes Io ;eti);!u)
rate Journeyman GUNSMITH, to h-:i
will be given. None oihef than a widy m l
one need arp'y.' ' A. WODLV.
Dec. 13; lt45. j :
izens of Salisbury, and adjacent p'aces, that he has 52iaiC Ct JlZAjX ill wilV
taken rooms in the village ot Salisbury for a few week?
only, in Mr. West's Brick-building, a ll-v doors Nortli of
Mri Cowan's Hotel, where he would be pleased to have
citizens and strangers ca!l and examine ILs specimens of
Paintings. In a word, Ladie and Gentlemen of ibis
village are earnestly solicited o call, if they do, or do
not wish any painting?.
N. B. Sketches tcken frt.ni a corpse and painted to
r . L... iri?7V io t oo r t ie ue price aout tnat taken xr(,m ne.
Four tjoungMEArom 18 to 22 years of SaIwy 2ClI, ,e4Ss .,r
SIX LIKELY NEGROES,
.Georgia. The special election which
was helo la'stweck for a Representative
in Congrjess from the third Congfessiotjal
j district of the State of Georgia, to fill the
after he had received his ingenious lesson, there
was among the guests ajt dinner, a foreign
! o-entleman with a double breasted noat. then at
the other, and finally quite confounded at the age ouc IVOMAb about 35 and a GIRL j
i outlatudish make of the stranger's garment, he H- AUof whom are under good character, andcanbe
cast a despairing look at his master, and CX- highly recommended as valuable servants I will hire
. 1 iha a tuna nnd 'r! ipd n In rr ui7A iwT rv
aiming in a loud voice, 'HJuUon holes on both amitpt upi?vp? t.
sides, massa," handed the plate over the gentle-
FORWARDING A.D COMMISSION
vacancy caused by the resignation lot
Washington Poe, resulted in the choiceiof
George.W. B. Towns, Democrat,, over -Am
brose Baber, his Whig competitor. The j
Macon Mcssengeriattributes this result to !
An India-Uucber Factory in Providence
manufactures GOO pair of shoes daily.
The India rjubber being first mashed.
SAMUEL REEVES, Trustee.
Salisbury, January 14, 184G 2w33
HALL 4 HALL
a previous! report of the
Cfltnmiitee', the (lovcrnor entered the- Hall, and:
u recejved with the most enthusiastic checr-l
nnathv on the Dart of the Whins. Mr. ! s dissolved in camplijre, and passed se
Towns has been heretofore a member of j veral times between two iron roHers. It
the same! body which he is now, elected. s then run oli in a very thin web by pass-
' s : i,.. i ii i.i
nig it yv-iwr.cu: iifiivy runs upon cuuti,
where it is kept in place; until several lay-1
Ijuuisiuna. Of the , three Demncratic
candidates who were in the field to sop
ply the vacancy of Representative in C0n
gress from the third distriet of Louisiatfa,
Mr. La Sere is the successful candidate.
. i! . j i , rubber shoes per day after the material
therefore took little or no interest in the - '
The vacancy was caused jby
the resignation of Mr. Slidell.
Uefvoori ftftcr proceeded to respond to the
initiqn j bich had been tendered, in k brief
tnostf eloquent and impressive Speech. The Wh
iulout itifTif(atIon. he 'nromnllv accented the
ttJ, and declared h'is readiness again Ui reprs
nt theVblsaas their standard-bearer!, in the
totnin cpniest," And no one there, w iiatever i j ' "T: ; j
pol'jios, Vho looked upon his fine iniellec- Tlie La'& Judge Story. The London Morn
Wallace, and heard his words of truth and sr.- iijg Chronicle, after noticing the life, characjer,
."rness, could have failed to pay a silen tribute and eminent legal attainments of this late juitist,
tW.fTtgnUy and elevation of his character- announce, the following complimentary tribute
attribute's, which render him so dt served- to his me noay from the London bar : j
IT, in object: 6f pridei to his party and hi friends j We reioice to learn that a committee is
Uve resisted the conviction, tli,at with such j forming of members of the bar and eminent so-
Candiae al William A. Gb.vii am, 'before'-, lieitors in the law institution, for the purpose of
ka to'pto as North-Carolina can boast oHii snS q foot a public subscription; in honor of j
atUllmpossibiefl Ii' 1 ij . Justice Story. iWelieve ft is; intended !
c V "i ' j . it. V r to oiler tc the benches of Lincoln s Inn a mar- ;
i yv. viranam rcureu amiaai muso oi , .i-. ,:. aji.,..: t..j.. i
1 1 .pConntion. j j ; j ( as a tribute of respect due to an accomplished
1 Q tW'-manr sneccKes delivered during the lawyer, vthose immortal Works are equally esti
1. . 1 . 1 M .1 . , . ':. i I nmlpH inllho m;thir Kniml ri' ' anrlm lkof k
. ) 'suiing, oy various iiiumucip wc
vOrjVf nltyi ' ,
- .H'lyili 'W, U V
ers are made, so as to obtain the desired
thickness. During thi$ operation the ma
terial is kept warm by' steam. One girl :i
WILL be sold publicly on Friday the 23d instanj,
by' virtue of a Deed of Trust, the
HOfJSE, LOT AND FURXITVRE,
where Ci B. WbeelexDow lives : also eight or nine likely
;1 NEGROES, i
(one of; whom is a good Cook,) Barouc!ie, two horse
Wagon; and Gear, and many other articles. Terms and
particulars upoo the day of sale.
; ! WM. LOCKE, Trustee.
Salisbury, Jan. 9, 184tf37 '
, TiT7"OULD inform the merchants of the interior that
I T T tlieyhaveirkconnection withthe 2-neral CSiiLPiia
; OCSa?' I cVX3.X2lZXSS added to that of For
warding ; and having larixe onJ 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 and expenses l-einij one-third lesson
the freight bills than any other1 house in tlie place.
AIL Goods shipped to G. W Davis of Wilmington, fur
the interior, and not otherwise, directed, will be found in
our possession. ;
Foyctterille, 'May 2 1, 184 , tfG
Valuable Real Estate at
Court of Pirns and Quarter. St
. Nor. Sessions, IS 15.
C1HARLES DRV, lOri'stnal Attachme'i
r. LanJ, Slaves w. .
Nathan B. Jenkim i, ) 'perty.
In ibis case il oppearinj to the s-i
Court that tlie defeiidantjNclhan IJ. J-r.ki ?
inhabitant of this State 1 is Ordered ty t!" I
publication be made an th Carolina at
six weeks, notifying said deCndant t bj ;;! r i :
Court of Pleas and Quartrr Seons it . .
Stanly, at the Courthouse in Albemarle, om l
day in February nexl, then and there io rrj !
lo issue, otherw'u tie same will be heard e
the property levied oji will be aold to ritify i'. S
demand. Witness D. Ilea me. Clerk f our
at office, the 2d Monday tn November 1- .",
70tb year if American inSependente.
Pr s fee $5 io 35 Cl-i U. UEAIl ; :
makes from ten tO tllteerh pair Of men S X Subscribers, under the $rm of Turner 4. Hughes, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Henry I). Tur
ner is alone authorised to close the business ; and all
persona indebted to the late firm, are' requested to make
immediate payment to hiin.
; HENRY D. TURNER,
j NELSqN 1). HUGHES.
Raleigh, January 1, 1846 lw3y
Your Car and Heart, if you Please !
ICj" A drover named Ievi Zell, was arrest
ed in Daughin co., Pa., on the 16th ult. forfor
2in2 a number of notes and drafts on various
Banks in Pennsylvania toi the amount of 821,
000. He was admitted to bail on giving $1009
security, and in a few day's afterwards was ar-
. i sal Va, . At
Uourt ot i' lias ana uuartrr rrs
v.L. o ii.il"
CJ IM EON II A RT LE V.l
Jhn F. Miller, Adrhr.
It anneariu? to the aatisfaction t.f I'' C
Elizabeth Fe?pernan, DatidV.Vaver sr.d
wife, and Henry ShiHey and Esther hii wife, !
of Henry Fespenmi, dee'd., are not it. In',.:
State It is Grderetl by die Court, that .'
made for six weeksjio the." Carolina V.'tjt
fying said Defendants, to appear at the i
Pieag and Quarter Sessions, for the count y ;
l .1- f I- Ul.- . . t IUn,vU
m HOSE indebted for medicines, &.c, are most re-
eria.tr,i11tr infnrniAfl thnt -wi sir niTi nl !! tn have
J .... i r. . . r. -II
money :: and it notsetttea ny renruary iouri, sun w.u
rested in New York for forging a note for $7000. be commenced. C. B WHEELER, Agent.
January 9, 184G If 37 I
exparte as to tnem.J Witness, U. llear ie,
said Court at oilier this 2J M onlay ol -and
in the "Udi year of American In H r
Prs lee 5 W Xi Ct D. HE .':."
He was conducted back tot Lancaster, where hei1
is now confined in jail.
'mid li n!i.i V,nt tA Ttllnvr
'M U CUV U"IV "tllC " V
9 HbVVUUt VI iUII
h Bincvii was now called ud. and rose a-
MdeafenmgcheCrsi The house was ihronj-
. --l'vi.iuiiu VU Oil tllllUi , Uivi n u IUltll9'
.ir-'uicy. j g noscvWiiq are laininar y
. SffTi easv. flowinffileclamation. the felir.
Bou tbouffht. that rise! at his biddin?. the DOW.
'!fahlng off gcmstof polished will at his
.ure and his jpuirP Addisonian English,
"PP'eciate this masterly "Speech, ntsed only
Hithat this, in ,the estimation cf many.
TPrd with his former eflbrts, exceUed them
u. hj. . j f ji. ..i . : , j j , .
mated in the mother country ' and n thef A-
merican jUnited btates. rBaltimore PalrtoU
i The seventh trial for the election of a
member of Congress from the Nintiij District of
i Massachusetts, took;place on Monday, but sjuffi-
rhdscwhd are familiar kiih Mr. Cienl rettims have not been received lo enable
iy "orhjf were' present who bad nevfer heard
. Hta larids the foliseum" thit speech
14 fmi la memoryprovided tha Colis-
us to forrti any opinion of the result, i The bos.
gives the vote in three towns Viz :
Freetown! and Plymouth,, in which
WhiiT candidate received 650 vol
I (ale the
Gen. Mckay has been nominated by the:!
Democrats of Leiioir county as a candidate j
for Governor. Better let the old General
alone. Where he is, he may be endu-j
rable ;in the chair of State, he'd be detes
table. DCca ' j i'
In this County, on the 14th instant, Mr. JACOB
Iredell County Bible Soriety- uai
At Powder Spring, on the l$t Wednesday in May.
At Shiloh, ; " : V: " in August.
The Annual meeting at Bethany, on the 3d Friday in
October next. -
IA Aim COON AND FOX SKINS,
1'0000 Rabbit and O::cr
Mink and Muskrat
BROWN A: MAXWELL.
Salisbury, Jan. 2, 1846 2m3G
1 OUE and Fever Pills. Warranted to cure
ii or no pay. For sale at J. H. ENISS' Drug Store.
Prince, the Locofocb, 556 ; and I Wheatoni th
Abolitiotiist, 78 ; scattering 70. jHale's nett in
these three towns is 232,
Taunton, savs a letter to the Atlas, has at last
becomei Whig Town Hale having a majori
ty of 53 cter all otters. :!" '.I 1 '
PURE WHITE LEAD, i
"J ff KEGS pore white Usd just received and
XlUsale lowby J. H. ENNES&
Salisbury, June 14, 1845 "t
WAIfTJED A'quantity of small or eeed Onionsj
for which a fair price wilt be paid. Apply at this
Office. Jan. $46.
PILLS! PILLS! !
nd Fever Pills.
n. For sale at J. H. '
Salisbury, August 9, 1845 tf 15
; Docfs Burton & Kridcr,
B"J AVING associated themselves in the Prac
tice of Medicine, (and located at Mount
Vernon, KridcrV Store, Rowan County,) of
fer thir professional services to the public.
i CHEWING TOBACCO.
JUST received 10 boxes Beeswing Chewing To
bacco: i f i H. ENN1SS.
Saliury, Jane 14, 1845 7tf
TniflTE' Chewing Tobacco. On hand and
JL , for sale, one box of Rose Bud ; 5 boxes Bees ing ;W
one bo? Honey Dew. ! i iJ.i H.jENNlSS.
Salisbury, August 9, 1845 tf 15 i v !"
BLAS itlNOTES OF, IIAUD
BY VIRTUE OF A' DEED OF TRUST
to me executed, I shall proceed to sell for cash on
. .vmTT T 1 TT ATI TinWTTT t HIT ATTIVm ' Uir vUJ
lUlil DAI Ur TiiDnUAUl lJbAl, Monday in February nexl, then wd l!
ONE HOUSE AND LOT, 1
north of the Cciurt-House, adjoining the public square,
which was formerly occupied as a store by Caldcleugh,
Dusenbury i Co. Said house is built of brick, forty by
thirty, two stories high, with a large store room and !
Duelling Apartment beidei all no- i
j ccvary Outbuilding. J
j Also on tlie same day, I shall proceed to sell the I
PIBDMOKTT HOTSIu j
situate north-east of the Court-House. The Hotel U in
good repair, with all necessary out-bilJings,such os sta- :
bles, ice-house and granery. '-Those wishing to purchsise j
auch property would 1 well lo atttehd ihe ale.
GEOIUJE KILiKi, lrustee.
Lexington, Dec. 1845-4 w3
Neatly printed and for sale, at this Office. ' January 1845
PROPOSALS for building a new Jail for the county
of Davidson, in the Town of Lexington, will be re
i ceived by the undersigned nntil the 15th of February
next. The building to be of brick, lorty-foar feet long by
thirty-two wide. For further particulars as to the plan
and specifications, apply to tlie andersiened.
; ; HENRY RJDUSENBEBY,
i j JfESSE H. I1ARGUAVE,
i JOHN MILLER,
I SA M'L ill AUGRaVE.
I Lexington, Janr 12, 184G:3t , - Commisshners.
DocU. Siiinmercll & Wliitebcad,
HAVE associated themihea ja the practice of their
troViwnJnd otH-r iheir professional aervicea o
the: public. Dr. SommereU icao be found at lia rew
deace next door to Michael JJrown's store.
Dr. Whiteheaifa office at 'Mil Shaver's Hotel. , .
t .v . iaic : -i J; Ut I 26tf-' M ' !
janHdii a- a : mmr i - -
State of ilortti Cav
Court of Pfca and Quarter .
Not. SeMions, 1815.
John V. Miliar. Aflmr. f .vjjj"
of Henry Fespernwn. J y
' It appearing to the aatisfaeiiqn' of t".- (
FJizabetb Frspermao. David Weav and t
wife, and Henry iShiuVy and lhrr h.
Iw of Henrr Fen-ercian dee'd., are not u
this State It U Ordered' by the Court, tU: ;
j be made in ihe Carolina Witchman for t'.i- .
I weeks, noiifjnng aaid Det-ndanu to ipteir :
Court of Pleas a:M Vtaarter Sessions, I. r .
Stanly, at the CoinbooMe in the town i f A
the second Monday in February next; t!, :i :
plead to iwie, orlibe sara? will be tL :i ;
and heard ex Jcne ! them. Witi:
Clerk of oar aaidj Court, at oluce. the seen , 1
November, A. Dj, 1845, and ia the 0:h
rican Independence. i D. HEA'i
Pr-a. fee R5 50 35 Ct-, I .
Negroes to Eire,
C5 EYEuAL able bodied men and two
j be hired until the 1
application be made toi
Jan. 9tb. 184$ 37tf
day f Jnury 1 -
rVUI.YI.fE A' lar quantity f.'r-
W nine just receiTed and for wle t y J
iDxJtprt.. j j ; April 12,U4
. . i.i r i f . - . Il i