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IdEv and we know Where to find it
llSfS eaoior tWomfiuB may be in our
islduous vvaylor PSlni ",0' and
f ,VX whom it affect. to cn
Vr i7e TlWAmi;.
Agreeably to notice, a large; and respectable
portion of the people of Stanly county assembled
at the Courthouse lit , Albemarle, on Saturday
the 4th day of July, 1840, for the purpose of
taking into consideration ourj difficulties with
Mexico, nnd'rthe further purpose of raising Vol-
, .. i ii Uirk not the inanl:
iStwf fl.o -Standard;' vill ex-
i an our -nicoini $
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'lirtl the Kdttoficvc.r intormeu uaicnu
ttKat'thn (foritnittt'c fS1"".
piii the charts triad by Charts J. In-
rrsoll against .Mr, Webster, have, made
JJtcnort, and tbp purport ol that ueport i;
1 Jladj it ever :lnnted to its rcatUrs, that
r-U; it fi,fnfird was once, arid until
Iay185,the ovner of o0 sharcsbt stock,
' iiJthc Ualcjblan'd 'Gaston Road J . j
jlal it tojd its readers, that these 50J
;Sdrc$wcrcownf(Iby Mr. SheparJ," when!
tVi deficiency vyas. ascertained" n 18-1 Iff
: :nif-rbat, tiiprcfokliy fhe 'Act of Ja39-39,l
: ec. J4 be became liable tq the $tate lor
d amount of m stock f ,
f x Liln U i.vrr tvllil its renders, that these
rHh.i'n;a.in tliel andsofn irenticnian, who;
icted as proxy In a meeting of stdckhold
ri publicly opposed tbe ibre-cUsure of
tbf Mortgage, r!nd the sale of tht Koad ?
I fas it ever told its readers, that the
Jitfqr of the Standard" now, at! this ve-
t he books wil show, ia
ese same 50 shares, and
from Mr. Shepard after
o bo not worth one red
owner oi ii
jjt yi bought i
it Wiis declared
)lhk it, ever
Shepard rnade a
Old its readers, that Mrj
inock sale of that Stock
tb'alfriend, during the campaign of 1814;
he denied be;
I lias he evcMpll liis readers tnat Mr.
?fttpnrrcfuse(l:to vote upon theluiil Road
iiieHtion, at the Session of 18-14-45. but if
.f&illi was cau'celled: after tl
in'il hat daring the canvas, h
!rul liny interest in the Road?
all, would have
Uhid voted a
liHas the tfdit
Iris, (hat the C(
hose f4 who Were fttoeluioldcrs, when the
unteers to be in readiness to march to
battle when called on. , n
Stone was called to the chair, and Davidson
Ilearne and Preston W. Wooley, were appoint
ed Secretaries, j . s
At the request of the Chairman. Atlas J.Dar-
gan, Esq. arose, and briefly stated the object of
the meeting. When, by acclamation, he was
requested to go on, and addresjs the mejeting at
length, which he did, in the most lucid, eloquent
and patriotic; manner, fori an hour: andj a htHL
lie reviewed ihe causes wnicn lea lo me war,
and condemned the President jin the strongest
terms for involving the Unjteq States in a war
with Mexico, but said, notwithstanding the Pre
sideut had, in a despotic manner assumed to
himself a prerogative which belonged; only to
Congress ; it was our bounden duty as patriots
to sustain our national honor at all hazards.
On motion of D. Ilearne, the Chairman ap
pointed Wni.Swaringen.Esq.JCol. Dan'l Elfird,
D. flearno, and P. VV. Wooley, a Committee
to draft resolutions expressive the sense of
iho meeting; and on motion of P. W. Wooley,
the Chairmin was added to said Committee.
The Committee after retinns a short time
reported the following resolutions, viz :
1 Resolved, That though, we disapprove of
the usurpation of power, by the Executive of the
United Stales in making war upon Mexico,
without the! sanction of the Constitutional au
thority of the Congress of the United States,
We the freemen of Stanly, regardless of the
causes which led to this War, are ready and
willing to render our assistance at all times,
where our national honor is involved when call
ed on by Executive authority, whether right or
2. Resolved, That we tender to A. J. Dar
gan, Esq., our sincere thanks for his elaborate
and eloquent analysis of the Causes vhich led
to the war, in which we arc so unnecessarily
involved wjth our sister Republic, Mexico.
3. Resolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting be signed by the Chairman and Secre
taries, and forwarded lo the Fayetteville Ob
server and Salisbury Watchman for publication,
all of which resolutions were unanimously
adopted, j i
On motion the meeting adjourned, sine die.
J. F. STONE, Chairman.
DavidsOn IIearne, ,
PiiiisToS W. Wooley, ;
Wbigism and patriotism seem: to be syfr
onymous. - , ;;, j t
. NOW, AT THIS! ;
Mecklenburg County is Democratic; ad
vocated annexation, arid boasts of being
the birth-place of President Folki and yet,
alter a long drumming, and eloquent bpee
ches, but Atriy-bur. pejrsons only could be
loand to volunteer ! And, worse than this
Edgecomb and NashwKere an Almost ja
nanimous Loco Foco vote is criven. have
: . T . W l ,
not volunteered at all RaUigh Register.
WAH EXPENSES AND WAR DEBT.
State of Bottn aroUttjt,
, t' K IREDELL COUNTY. :
a j Term, 194G.
Pctiiion for Dower.
I jln the House of Representatives yester
day the Chairman of the Committee pf
Ways and Means reported a bill making
additional appropriations to the amount
(within a fraction) of Twelve Millions jof
Dollars for the expenses of the war wtth
Mexico; and also a bill for borrowingtnn
the form of Treasury Notes or Loan, Ten
Millions of Dollars towards paying those
expenses. A slender provision for the
next six months ! j
Court o Pleas and Quarter Sessions IV
-I i" ill m--tl Lit. xm i - 1 i K
j ; : : I i i
Willkni j Ford, Job F. Ford,
John AV;1 Ford, Ann L. Cheairs,
Henry Fi Ford, LeaoJer L. Ford,
John : P. ! Harrison and his wife
Elizabeth. Rich'd B. ftord, George
Ford; Thomas L. Ford, Sarah L.
McDonald and others:
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
William Ford, John F. Ford. John W. Ford, Ann
L. Cheairs, Henry FJFord, Leander L. Ford, John p.
Harrison and his wife Elizabeth, Richard B. Ford, George
rora, i nomas u. xord ami barah Mcuonau, are not
inhabitants of this State : It is therefore ordered by the
Court, that publication be made in the Carolina Watch
man, for the space of six weeks, notifying said defend
ants to appear at onr next Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions, to be held for the county of Iredell, at the Court
House irt Statesvilleon the 3d monday of August next,
then and there to answer, plead to or demur to said pe
tition, or the same will be heard exparte, and judgment
pro eonfesso will be taken against them, and a writ of'
dower awarded accordingly.
WitnesR, J. Fi Alexander, clerk of our said court at of
fice, the 6th day of July, 1846.
j J. F. ALEXANDER, Clk."
Cwll Printer's fee 5 50 -
WIEILial ! :-:5l3WiaiL
ROGER & WILSON,
iTrT ' DECEIVED A LARGE AND FASHIONABLE STC
It11 IB UL7 3E1 1L. JS ERX "STg j
Consisting in part : of fine full jewelled I Gold and Silver Levers, Lepiie, Patent Vertical
p1 e?Pmen v,f f,,d CCbains, and Keys, Ladie. aud Gentlemen's f.
&s and finger Rtags, Necklace, Medahons, Bracelets, Studs, CoraL Woodward's r
DiauKnd pointed Pens, and erer pointed Pencils, gold and sUrer Thimbles, fuUand Uer pencj c-
! Gold.nl Silvrr, Spfttatlft, Ladirs Hair Pins, Stftl Bag CUsps, Stctl nnd Cilt Pc; I
l! I. . - i ! It
nim, rge aswortment of convex and concave gWasea to mit all 'ages, which can be put in fn
Chapman's & Emerson's superior Razor Strar
icncy'Was ascertained," and solve for;
, how Mr. .fcliepard will
those five hundred thou-j
them the nrobl
qe Jumself far
sand dollars ?
I Has he ever told the people that Mrj,
shepard does not bclievo that the HoiuM of
liwlerhnity '.b'ff 8i00.000 are recoverable
ktidfthat vvitli such an opinion, be would
pot be a suilable person to serve as Gov
ernor. - ; : . !
J I Has it ever retracted the false charge
aham, about thejextra al
Prcsidtuit of thei Ualeih
iga(nst Gov. C
luwance to the
ahd Gaston Hold, which was in fact, made
by Judge Dick and with which the Gov
ernor had no. more to do than the 44 Stan
1 1 Hds it ever alluded, to Mr. Shepardi lu
aunous uscove.rici on tne law or inort
agcl or Jits brilliant scheme to " relieve
ho ricxwle." bv tho issue of n million of
hinwlasters, vici could not be used asmo-
I r Has it ever mentioned the rireferenco
If its Gubernatorial Candidate 'for a Dt-
U5CT -TAX, ojer the, Tariff of 18 12 ?
j Has it ever informed its readers, what
he I Democratic party desires to have done
Jfith iheJlail Koad : or what Mr. She
krd wouldf himself, have done in the pr
ii--. . . . . it , .: J .
miscs, it he had
Colonell Stephen W. Kearney and David E.
Tivijjgs have been appointed by the President
ot the United fetates, with the advice and con
sent of the: Senate, lo be Brigadier Generals in
the Army of the United States, in accordance
wilh the provisions of the 18th June, 1846.
The nominations of Zachary Taylor, to be
Major General in the Army, and Win. O. But
ler, to'bc iMajor General of the Volunteers, have
also been confirmed by the Senate. Nat. Inl
By Friday Morning's Mail.
It own it Volunteers for
ZJIexican Service !
PARADE in front of Drsi P.
& A. M. Henderson's Office,
on SATURDAY the 25th instant at 3 o'clcick,
armed and equiped in the uniform of the com-
pany, viz : Glazed cap. dark dress coat and
white pantaloons. A full attendance is reques
ted, as business of importance will be brought
before the company. By order of j
R. W. LONG, Captain.
S. W. James, O. S. j
Salisbury, July 10, 1846. j
A7ALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
I WILL offer for sale on the pre
mises on Thursday the! 30th
inst., the tract of Land on which
Nathaniel Jurneydec'd., formerly lived, containing about
250 ACRJ3S, !
lying immediately on Hunting Creek, in Iredell and Sur
ry counties, about three miles south of Hamptonvillei and
adjoining of James Nicholson's mill tract. The land ia
productive, and enough of it cleared towork four or five
hands to advantage. Any person wishing! to settle in
A healthy and good neighborhood,
I think would do well to call and examine before buying
Terms one-fifth cash, and the balance in 12 months,
with bond and security. No title made until the! pur
chase money is paid. (
O Apply to the Subscriber, living hear the lanid, or
to Mr. JOHN KL.LCL, who has the management of the
farm at this time. !
A. B. BLACBURNE, Exr.
July Is:., 1846 11.3t
TWO! VALUABLE PLANTATIONS
FOR SALE ! f
Lhinese Razor?, Rod' CongresB Knives and Scuors, Silver Tea aaJ Table Spoons, also finely - 's
euer tea, udic ana desert sooons. silver! butter Knives, nuear tone aalt anJ mutir.l .n. r. k
I purses, together with many other articles usually found in Jewelry stores ; all of nhkh will be sold trrv
or ion time to punctual customers. j : , . j '
SAll kinds of wauhes will be rrnaired. such as chronoiaitern. duplex, horizontal. n.ttnt U,.. t -
j and plain ; also, clocks, musical boxc. and all kinds of jewelry put in order on reni.iL!e terms a-J v
iweivc montns. w,ine anJ plain watches will be altered to patent levrm and warranted to pert r. i
at the Brick Row, opposite G. V; Brown' More. IJ"A11 work sent from a distance will be carrf-"
prmifE SUBSCRIBER BEING DESIR
LL ; ous of removing to the West, offers for
sate one TRACT OF LAND, on the head
& 1 " " . 1 . C t r .
j new una superior nic oi mencan manuiactare, constrncteu upon arientiDC pr.t)'-.;
fectly easy and natural to the eye. The followin j extrac; of a certificate from Dr. Lardner.
. j . I, ,v:f1 -. . . r - . .1.- c r t , r
urc oiiu ui uir 1 1 u i . uy imparling lo me nnacra oi in lenses sucn a lorr.!.
waters of Rocky River, in the lower end of Ire- tion through their axis, shall be one of the conic sections ; vision through these, in 'all direction n v
dell County, containing is of the eye can turn, is perfectly distinct and free from the distortion incident to the common
J For sale bfTJOGER &. WILSON. XT All eat, it $uittd. Pleu call and fire Utm a tt lU
A T3 Ma I Old gold and silver taken in exchange for jewelry orwork dtMie. '
alout 150 of which are cleared, and in a high
state of cultivation. There are about fifty or
sixty Acres of first rate BOTTOM LAND on
the plantation, 15 or 20 of which have been re
cently cleared, and are now in cultivation,
There are on the premises a good
an excellent BARN, and all necessary
OUTBUILDINGS. Also, an excellent
WELL in the yard.
This plantation is in fine repair, and in a very
healthy section of country.
Also, another tract on the same river, one
mile and a half lower down in Cabarrus coun
ty, joining the plantations of Wm. Emerson,
James Sloan, or formerly the Torrence land,
and others, containing
i all of which is Wood Land !
I also offer for rent the valuable plantation on
which I now live, containing
FIVlZ HUNDRED ACRES,
They hope by being punctual and obliging at every call, to receive from the public that urrxrt
and merit deserves. SaliAury, N. C.. May 29. 1P46 tT5 I
Sale of Valuable Books
THE rare mid extern! vc LIBRARY
of the late John Giles, dee'd, will be exposed to
sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, in Salisbury, on Tuesday
the 4th day of Ausust next, (being Tuesday of Itowan
County Court.) This Library contains nearly
ONE THOUSAND VOLUMES,
icomprising Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Woiks.
hrnay be found the most valuable Elementary Works, ma
'ny volumes of Reports, both English anJ American, with
! nearly a complete set of our own Supreme Court Deci
The medical works are, many of them, rare and val
uable. The miscellaneous portion consists of Ilisiorirs,
(the standard authors,) Biographies, Travels and the
most of the old Classic Works in our language.
Gentlemen desirous of purchasing, will do well to at
tend, particularly members of the Bar, as such an oppor
tunity has seldom been offered to purchasers.
The Library will be ready for inspection the week.be-
ii And, finally, Vill the Editor of tbe "Sta
dard ever tell
. H From the Vi
been Governor 5
a k ' w . .'
hU readers that
in the Internal
mcnt Convention of 1838, to asl
to endorse tbe 8500,000 Bonds ?
ashington Union of the 3d.
j! 1 AjCourt of Inrtuiry, to consist of Brevet Bi i.
Gen II. BradV. Brevet Bri?. Gfen. G.
Brooke, and 'Coil Jl Crane members, andBre
vet vap' J x Lqe, recorder, has b
by the President to convene at For
investigate the conduct of B
piaj. ucn. Uaines.
In, Io; calling Ofloh the Governors of fjevera
btatea lot Volunteers or militia to be mustered
service of-th United, State,i between thJ 1st and 16th
Is were made.
of May, 1846 t and to examine also into
nd Cirqumatancea arider whilcn, the said ca
f 2d. In eaUHfg upkin the Governors of ieverat of the
?tata between the 16th of Mav and 10th
ayj volunteers or militia to be mustered into the service
tithe United States : and also in nppointivnti orauthlr-
liin certairt ihdividuals, from the 1st of ny to tlve iQth
f Jo ae, f8t (V to raise troops to le mustered into tfte
ervirt of thetlnitjd States ; and lo examine into the
authority ind:circ,urtistan'es under which such acts wire
eone-j 1 - j';;' ' ' ' , :. .
f 3d. In orgtnizini; and nwistering, or Causiriij
ted into the service of the U. States a body of volu
about the 13
t1eersarmilitia of the; State of Alabama,
I'! June; IB-jo ancl lo examine into the Circumstand
: lirj2 for the said'iet of Gen. Gaines, reference
'irtauaciwnaiven to him by the Secretary of War,
letters dated respeciivcly the 28th May aiid the 1st
Jn 181 and thei order f June 2, Iff 16, relieving
I hint front: lje comidatnd of thie western division of flie jir
V f- n ,vm3 fJT. fc'nre the 1st of May, 1916
('i.ictrs oi mc orans
,rdnince Stores, su
re, commissary, quartermaster, and
iHue and distribute ordnance olnd
twistence HOTt.-t td for
of publu funds to certain designa
i " I -v .wiiiiH in rrriMiii urHiinin pti
ifidiiduals.or boditfsfof men ; and to innuire also whe h-
' ,i , ' a 1 a 1 - -- --- r-T
er trtt persons Iq whom sucn iwurs or payments were or
uerra or made were legally in me service of the On toil
uti,or properly jiuthorized to receive or have the clis-
louyjoi paouc propf rty or money
; The'-Court is ordered to report the facts of t
caie, and.to exnress an ODinion thereon.
menl, says tbe New York Jojur
of t Commerce, (which appears to be 6u.
tbeitic,) that three ships of tbe line have been
.11 -.Ii. -1 I
ordered to be got in readi hets for. active srer
, viz : the Pennsylvania 120, at Norfolk,
rNorth Carol naV at lhai port, and the Ohio,
lioston, naturally suggests the idea tha
LATE FROM EUROPE.
The steamship Britannia arrived at Boston
on Saturday morning. She left Liverpool on
the 19th ultimo.
The Corn-law Bill has passed safely through
the Committee of the Whole in the IIoih?e'of
Lords. The majority was thirty-three, remov
ing all doubt of Us final passage. ,
, Wheat declined in the Liverpool Corn Mar
ket, between the 15th of May and the 16th of
June, from 50s. to 52s. 10J. per quarter. Flour
and Indian corn were also lower.
A decline of the eighth of a penny had oc
curred in cotton, though the demand continued
All the growing crops in England and Ire
land looked well, and bid fair to be large and
Mr. Saunders, our new Minister to Spain,
had arrived safely at Paris, on his way to Ma
Tbe British Government have sent a diplo
matic agent to the River Plate, to effect a set
tlement of the differences between Rosas and
Pope Gregory XVI. died. at the Vatican in
Rome, ort the 1st June, after a short illness.
He was in the 81st year of his age, and is rep
resented to have been a good man. Cardinal
Franzqni, Prefect of the Congregation of the
Propaganda, aged 70, is expected to be his suc
cessor. The German papers announce that the Em
perors of Jlussia and Austria and the King of
bf June, 18 46, i i russia are to meet at Vienna in September
In Portugal the Insurrectionary Juntos have
almost all laid down their arms, expressing their
satisfaction with the general measures of the
Lecomtk, who attempted to assassinate the
ih ! King of the French, has been tried and execu-
The war between the U. States and Mexico
engrosses much attention in England. In com.
plimcnting the despatches of Gen. Taylor, the
London Times of the 15th June says :
" lie writes like a man of sense, skill, and
courage ; and we have not the slightest wish
to detract from the honors he has gallantly earn
ed under the flag of his country. Whatever
opinion we may entertain of the causes of this
war, and ihe political motives in which it ori
ginated, the behavior of the American General
and his troops deserves to be judged of by a
much higher standard than the policy of the Go
vernment which it is their duty to serve. The
conduct of the Mexican army, on the contrary,
demonstrates the utter inability of that Govern
ment to protect any portion of its dominions
from, invasion,; and it degrades the descendants
f tho Spanish Americans still lower in the
rank of nations."
THE Subscriber having recently put in operation,
at his Mill, in Rowan county, near Thyatira church,
A Wool Carding Machine
of the most approved construction, with the best improve
ments,' is prepared to Card any quantity of Wool ait the
speed of 100 pounds per day, at the usual rates or tolls.
Attempting to procure the best machinery and employ
ing the best mechanics to construct, and put the ma
chine in successful operation, the subscriber considers
that he is entitled to the patronage of an experimental
trial, and a continuance according to results.
t SAM'L. KERR.
June 10th, 1846. ll:6t . j
A VALUABLE GOLD MINE
FOR SALE. i
rilHE SUBSCRIBERS would sell the valua
- ble Gold Mine, formerly known as Wil
son's Mine, in Montgomery county, about one
mile south of Lawrenceville, situated on both
sides of the road, leading from thence to Rock
ingham, Containing 550 acres. i
The Mine has long been worked on a small
scale, in and near the branches, which some
times provo to be very profitable and it is Con
fidently believed, thaJL.by the proper researches
of a skilful Miner,. a vein might le discovered,
which would be very rich. There is a good
log cabin on the premises. i
The above would be sold on very liberal
terms, and possession given immediately. 1
For further particulars address tho Subscri
bers, at Lawrenceville, Montgomery co., N. C.
CALVIN W, WOOLEY,
JOSIAII M. WILSON,
i July 6th, 1846. -ll:3t. j
of which there are about 250 cleared, one hun. fore Rowan County Court, in the office one door east of j ltI fwr a great many years
dred Of Which is fresh; twenty-flve first rate j! W. Browns store, where catalogue may be ; ey now have an opportut
. , ' r i. x i ; seen. Terms made known on the day of sale. 1 hshment, I would advise tt
uuuom, in a uiii suue ui cuunuiiuii. un me
Salisbury, June 27th, 1816-
I). AUSTIN, Adm'r.
this plantation there are two
;: dwelling houses, icATi? H17 T AND
a good barn and all necessary out-buildings ; -JLiJLJ UI JLix.XI AJvJ,
in the yard is a well of excellent water. I his j SS
place is in fine repair, andean be rented or leas-
; rersons wishing to purchase or rent, arc re- : . . c . , . . n. . ; n0vden
' ..:.? . ; f.ir nvan roiintv. at the f-Dnnz lerm. 18-10. the Clerk u"'ul"t
quested to call; and examine for themselves 5 , anJ Masler wiU offv.r for pale, at the Courthouse in Salis Bruncr, David
great; bargains may be had. For the terms, ap- j bury, on the third (Jay of August next, (being Monday I Rarringer, Martin
THE SUBSCRI B i:i
WISHING TO REMOVE FROM TH .
f T ofTera his j
HOUSE AND FURpiT
for sale. Persons who wish to engai' i n 1 1
have now a chance of getting one of tl.e t
ABLE STANDS they could wish fur. I
considerable improvement in the 110 VSE, a "
NITURE IS MOSTLY NEW aril ia
FAIR. I am warranted in saying to f..e ;
by strict attention!, the HOUSE will 'yield t
some income. During the time I Lave k- .
liahtnent, it has been extensively patroniv 1
travelling and country custom. Tl- H
I C X' 1. L..;nn')n I
Known ironi iurui iw owum, ,
opportunity in purcha'-
them lo corae an . ,
intend to sell and will give a bargain,
mode easy to suit the time. Letters a JJ.
this subject will be attended to in due -m
JAMES L. C
Salisbury February 4, 1646 if 4 1
, r1 - ;
i k 1. is r 1 ii- i.ki 1 hits renui. .
Post Office, at Salisbury jjuly 1
1 i !
Nathaniel 1 IIoltsloucr, "
Hill. Miss I.
FOR SALE, AND VERY CHEAP.
I of the
3 good Wagons, for 1,3 and 4 horses. j
5 or 6 excellent Carryalls, lower than have! ever
been sold before. 1 - j
C or 7 good Buggies 4 of which are very fine.
These, with several other vehicles, will be sold jvery
cheap, and on a credit for good Notes. ;
J. S. JOHNSTON.
Salisbury, July 10, 1846 5wll ' !
Stills! Stills! "
THE Subscribers keep constantly on hand a
variety of excellent STILLS, which they
will sell lower than can be bought elsewhere in
Western North Carolina. r i
BROWN & MAXWELL.
-July. 10, 1846 -ll:tf. ' 1 '
" NO CURE, NO PAY." j
AGUE AND FEVER PILLS A certain and I safe
cure for Ague and Fever for sale by i .
J. H. ENNISS.
July 10, 1846 tf 11. j
SALE OF YALUABLE LANDT
ClVV hmnltrrlnhr So UnLtAmnl.tnit .nrl I
P 1 nijrontk iurtrcss 6n the Mexican
C" T .ucr a ,orce ,n addition to several la
"Stcs now in
he Gulf, could be" required
LOOK ON THIS PICTURE.
Withibtbe limits of old Buncombe Coun
ty, where the people are nearly all Whigs,
and verj opposed to annexation, and for
Clay for .the Preside), seven Companies
have been reported for the service.
UNDER decree of the Court of Equity for Rowan
county, wil! be sold at the Courthouse in Salisbury,
on the 3d day of August next, (being Monday of! the
County Court, , f
THREE TRACTS OF LAND,
adjoining each other, and the lands of Jacob Walton,
Peter Kerns and others on Crane; Creek, in Rowan coun
ty, belonging to the heirs at law of William E. Powe.
One tract containing I
385 Acres; One HO Acres ;
and the ojher
Three Hundred and Fiftjr-Xine Aeres, j
on which is situated the dwelling house and other im
provements. A credit of twelve months will be allowed,
and bonds with sufficient security required on the day of
sale. SAMUEL SILLMAN.C.M.ES
June 251346 Printers fee 5 50
500 k 1000
sate lor casa at fjold Hill, Koivan County, N. C. Bring
tt on tor we neet it. ; 1 1 ' -
July 10, 1846. ! I
py to the subscriber, living in Cabarrus coun
ty, one mile southeast of Coddle Creek Church,
The subscriber also offers for sale two tol
erably good road Wagons on reasonable termsi
' , ROBT. H. CRAWFORD.
June 1646 6 w8
State of 33LovtU eavoUuit,
1 RDVVAN COUNTY.
Benjamin Beaver and others vs. Jacob Beaver, ct. at.
In the Court of Equity.
IT appearing that the defendant, Jacob Beaver, is not
an inhabitant of this State, but that he resides in the
btatepf Mississippi. Therefore ordered, that publica-
tfoti be made forEix weeks in the Carolina Watchman,
a weekly newspaper printed and published in Salisbury,
requiring said Jacob Beaver, to appear at the next term
of the Court of Equity for Rowan county, at the Court- ,
house in Salisbury, on the third monday after the fourth
monday in August next, to answer plead or demur to '.
complainants bill, or that on failure, judgment pro conies- i
so will be entered against him. Witness, i
SAMUEL SILLTMAX.C. 31. E:
June 25, 18466w9 Printers fee $5 50
- . 1 . . J. , , , , , . I
State ot SlortU earoltua,
j . DAVIE COUNTY LV EQUITY. j
A. G. Carter, Adm'r of N. ChaMin, dee'd, vs. John A
I i : Chaffin, and others. I
IT i appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
George Chaffln and William C. Bird, two of the de- ,
fendants in this case, are not inhabitants of this State : !
It is ordered, that publication be made in the Carolina !
Watchman for six weeks, for the said defendants to; Bp-
peariat the next ferm of this Court, to be held for the
county of Da vie, Jat the Court-house in Mockvil!er on
tbie 4th monday after the 4th monday in August next,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's amended
bill, or the same will be taken pro eonfesso, and the cause
set for hearing ex parte, as to them.
Witness, L. Bingham, Clek and Master of said Court,
at Office, the 4th monday after the 4th monday, in Feb
ruary, A. D., 1846, and in the 70th year of American
Independence.: L. BINGHAM, C. M. E.
6w9 Printer's fee 5 50 !
State of liortn aroUm
DAVIE COUNTY IN EQUITY, j
Jos. W. Hodge and others, 1
r. f Petition for 6ale of Land.
Joshua Young and Wife. )
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Josh-
i X iii Young and wife, Mary, are not inhabitants of this
i Statei: Ordered, that publication be made for six weeks
in the Carolina W atchman, for said defendants to' ap
pear it the next erm of this Court, to be held for the
county of Davie, at the Courthouse in Moeksville.on the
4th Monday after the 4th monday in August next, and
plead, answer or demur to complainants bill, or the same
will be taken pro eonfesso, and the cause set for hearing
ex parte, as to them.
Witness, L. Bingham, Clerk and Master of said Court,
at office, the 4th monday after the.4th monday in Feb
ruary, A. D., 146, and in the 70th year of American
Independence. L. BINGHAM, C. M. E.
6w$ Frinters.fee $5 50 (
of tbe County Court,) several
TRACTS OP LAND,
on a credit of twelve months. One Tract of
ssy ai xic is 9
lying on GrantsN creek, adjoining the lands of Moses
Goodman, Jacob Stirewalt ten., and Valentine Propst,
belonging to the heirs of John Seaford, dic'd.
TWO OTHER LOTS,
with improvements, in the great North Square of the
Town of Salisbary, No. 41 and 42, belonging to Ed.
Yarbrough, Henry M. Giles and others. One tract con-
! 228 ACRES,
lying on Crane creek, the residence of the late Peter
Area, and belonging to his heirs at law.
! One undivided third part of a tract of Land contain
lying in Rowan connty on Dales creek, adjoining the
Lands of Samuel Craige and others, subject to Dower
assigned out of the whole tract ; which undivided third
part belongs to the heirs at law of Isaae A. Hall, dee'd.
One tract of land containing
One Hundred and Twenty Acres,
lying in Rowan county on Dutch second-creek adjoining
the lands of Paul Miller, David Peeler and others, be
longing to the heirs at law of Henry Miller, jr., deceased,
In each case, bond with approved security for the pur
chase money, will be required on the day of sale.
. SAMUEL SILLIMAN, CM. E.
I June 26, 184S 6w9 Printers fee $8 00
Brown, Jane j
Bell, James i
Be the re r, Conrad i,
Boyden, Miss Sarah
Birkhead, E. R.
Brads haw, John A.
Bettis, Sylvester '
Bowles, John T. '
Coleman, Loretta A.
Caules, Josepb M.
Collins, E. L.
; Cress, Abraham
Cagle, Martin j
Campbell, J. A. I
; Casper, Peter
Donel, Salab P.
1 Eller, Joseph I
Evans, William j
Earnhart, Mrs. Mary
LANDS AND MILLS TO BE SOLD.
BY order of the Court of Equity for Rowan County,
the Clerk and Master will offer at public sale on the
premises on theliret day of August next, one TRACT
OF LAND, lying in Rowah county, adjoining the kinds
of Michael Conner, John Deal and others, containing a
also one other tract called the Mill Tract on Irish Buf
falo creek, containing about 1
One hundred and thirty-Jiff Acres, ,
adjoining the lands of Allen Rose and 'others. Also,
the remainder in a tract of about !
One hundred Acres, ;
adjoining the mill tract, which is now occupied by Mar- !
garet Penny, and in which she has a hfeestate Allsa.d
lands belong to the he.rs - law of John Lddleman. de
ceased. A credit of t mon'ha ' be allowed ;
and bonds with apped c"'y ' he purchase mo- ,
dev reouired on th- fyoi sa.e
Fleming, Andrew J.
Gardner, Ms Ann
(Jrabam, James F. ;
GLeen, George II. !
(Jibson, Prissilla "
Hank, Mrs. LMary A.
Holtshouser1, Alex. '
Harris, Miss E. L.C.
Hall, Mr, i:
Kerr, pr. i
" Lingle, Jac
Moore, At. :
Mclver, 1). I
, filler, Jo.!
Mitchpll, K . v.
2 Miller Ac C r
Nutall, Dr. Y,
Parks; Mi J
Pleesj Jac j
! ' Powlcs, Wi!
ReiJ.Jul. i L.
! SmithGc r
- Stoner, C!. ir!
Stoked R. :
1 Trexlcr, 1) .
r - Todd,tlo!.: :
; Verbid, IV! ft
' Woohtort!), V,
WallsJ Rcb: .
Salisbury, July 1, 1946 310
SAMUEL SILLIMAN, c.
June 19, 1? '6-5-6 w8 Printer's fee 5 00
LOOK AT TI
- . . 1 f r
A LL personi having claims against Daniel
,;H. Cress, idee'd, will present then: for pay
ment within the time prescribed bylaw, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery ;
and those indebted must make immediate pay.
ment. A. W. BRANDON,
j H. II. BEARD,
i M. BOGER,
Salisbury, May 12th, 1646 14w 3 I
Superior Cbewinff Tobacco dc Segars.
JUST received a lot of fine Havana, Principej and
"Regalia Segar and Kerns' Superior Old Va. ! To
bacco, for sale low, by J. H. ENNISS.
Jn)y 10. 1846-41 Id 1 l
l! ALL KINDS OF BLANKS j
Neatly printed and for saleat this Office.
St.itc oC Siortft Carolina,
Irrdrll County Superior Conrt of Law k Equity.
David W. Leib and Regina Hoover and others,
The Heirs at Law of Jacob and Elirbeth Hoover and
others. In Equity.
IT appearing to the Clerk and Master, that the Heirs
of Elizabeth and Jacob Hoover. Esther lib.the hira
of Julia Ann Dowres, Catharine Gulp, wife of Henry
Culp.Milly Hargtave.wife of Samuel Hargrave, Matil
da Troutman.and William Troutman. Henry Culp.jr ,
Lydia Dowres, Ruel Dowers and Jonas Leib, are not in
habitants of this State : It is ordered that notice be. g,v
en by publication for six weeks in the Carolina Watch
man for the above named Defendants to be and appear
at the next Superior Court of Law and Equity, to be
held for th- county of Iredell at the Court-Houe m
Statesviite, on the second monday after tbe fourth mon
day in August Det, and then and there plead answer or
demur, or judgment pro eonfesso will be taken against
them, and order for sale of land iwed.
Witness, L. Q. Sharpe.Clerk and Master of said Court
of Equity, at office ia Statewifle, the 2J monday af
ter the 4th monday in February, A. P.. lS-ib.
I L. Q-,SHARrE,r. x. t.
ewSTrintcrsee $5 50
THE Sub-rriber take tius metr.a ri i
friends and the public, that 1 '
carry on the Boot and Shoe ?Z:x'.
ilieS opposite J. &c W. Murphy's
he has on hand a very large and fuv: a '
BOOTS AND SHOE-
which are not lo be surpassed by r. ? -of
the country. He also bas on l.aM
ment of Negro Shoes, made of theW' r.a'
he will sell lower for cash or to puiK-tall i i -
i:. it,., kit. ih before bn
market. i . .
Salisbary. Ja'f 3. 1S4
Dr J AC
A S it is absolutely nece7 VhV ' ,
A kin & Biles should be eK.ed .!, :
q,,eWdto aeltle y Number Cou-. or
! D.A. PAVIf. A
; . , J.rncir
Salifiury, June 7tb, ISlS 3m7
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