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Mt not atrowii iuj w.f
'Twill odj l"t fierceness to lht storm ,
Deal kindly in bosom dark
iinjM M virtue's glimmering 'park ;
j . jt'lead with him 'lis tlie nobler part
1 TlifrejaWncthing good in every heart !
firing to' his mind the early time,
IVtr tin hp J stained hi ul with crime ;
NVt fond afltft-iwi hissed his hours
Arid atreVfd hisjyo" P"h with flowers ;
Wjieri sj)tive jest, and harmless glee ,
tlrlipoke n spirit pure and free ;
J I'lead with 'lis the nobler pirt
! i There p pome own g
Thrre wiia lime thai heud did rest
Clu 4 Wotl!er'8 y,arninS hreast
A fane hU' ear the precept? caught
'A lnd antf virtuous father taught ;
l matters fiot what treacherous' ray
llrft lureUjhis steps from 'virtue's way :
Ilnjogh to1inoW thou yet may'st save
a.fsout from Bin's engulphing wave.
HlMeaJ with him act the nobler part
1 There's something good in every heart !
inquired when the boat would, leavp
for'Ncw Orleans. From their appearance,
trip! Icantain suspected that they were
gamblers. - He told them he thought his
boatf would noi sun mem, as mere was
quor on bond, and he kept tne oao.
I. The cents debarked without fur-
the ilelay. : On Sabbath afternoon I prea-
chedi to avery attentive congregation.
He Uok so roc pains to Send notice to the
pcooje in the village. Before dinner, a
pcrim of coarse exterior, and as uncouth
annersr came into the cabin, anu m-
Itl if he could shipiis hogSi He was
fried that no shipping'- was allowed
ib Sabbath. The tnan laughed, at
the idea, I sUpposn of a steamboat refu
singlfreight. Weil," said the hog man
told Him that he would stop at the land
ing where the hogs were, and that he
wouM then tell him the price ; and if he
did riot like his terms, he need not shin.
! THE SNAKE AND! THE WOOD-
We have noticed in.fdkiiy places a very
Wicked and unprofitable practice,-? viz :
boys or men. standing s4ktinel in orchards
with a gun shooting woodpeckers. In a
ny country, and particularly in ttis, where
orchards generally are I so poorly taken
care of, the woodpeckerfare of great ad
vantage in the way of killing insects and
worms. It was once thought tnat these
birds pecked into the fruit tree for the pur
pose of getting the sap ; if that! was the
caselhey could, find trees in ourj woods of
native growth, containing sap rriuchmore
palatable than can be found in bur orch
ards. -The fact is they hunt after and de
strnvmnoh nf fVm vprmiii khft infoof on1 in
m Captain, " what must I pay you, ifi very many cases kiH our most! valuable
tH with you r In reply, the captam j fhlit lrees When there -re orchrd3 verv
i much infested with worms, the woodpeck
1 ers in all probability cajtnot save it, but
I we have no doubt that;they haVe saved
many an orchard by devouring the worms
and insects before they came numerous.
! They are the open enemies of all noxious
I reptiles. Not long ago we were riding by an
orchard, and our attention was attracted
by the incessant clatter; of some two or
three dozen of these sap suckers. We
knew from the nature of the birds that
something unusual must be going on, and
NE W PIRM I
PES; BROWN & JAMES
HAVING purchased the Drag Store formerly occu
pied by J. H. pnoiss, would inform the public that
they intend keeping at all tiniest a large and full assort
ment of :- ' '' 'If ;'5' ' - :
DRUGS, j MEDICINES,
Physicians may rest assured that they may. at all times
obtain from them a pure and genuine article ; and fur
thermore, that they will eelfas cheap, (if not cheaper)
than any similar establishment in this section.
Among their Stock Way be found the following viz:
From the Philadelphia Presbyterian.
A SABljATII-KEEPING BOAT.
Mr Editor In the days when the
Church of Christ "is increasing her exer
tions to propote a better observance of
thelSabbatb, I hope the following corn-"
murtrcition jwill not be uninteresting to
vour readers. A short time since, I star
;tcd from Nqw York for Alabama, by what
is called the western route, determined
not i to! violate tho fouth commandmeht
by travelling on the Lord's day. The first
Sabbath 1 'spent in Cincinnati, where,
owing; to the inclemency of the weather,
I was jjetaijied till Tuesday evening. ?;Of
,the ninount'pf sufiering and destitution on
' the Oluo rivpr, occasioned by the late fresh
et, yoij can form no conception. Dwell
ing houses, barns granaries inundated
in sonic cases entirely submerged ; and
families left without houses or homes.
- A man, witji his wife and child, came on
board the boat which I travelled, and told
. .rae that the plolhes they wore were all they
had leat of their property ; they were un
able to procure wagons to remove their
provisions ajnd furniture. Besides this fa
mily, (thcrej were two other passengers
who i"crc- qnabloj to pay their passage.
Onljlhc folltjvving Friday night I arri
ved atj Cairp, and next morning I was in
ibrmcti, by n, fellow traveller, that there
Was a boat at the wharf which would
start far New -Orhans in the afternoon;
; but,' said he, " I have been told she lies
over on Sunday, and that don't suit me."
' ' Welj," said 1 'that is the very boat that
suits tne' l went to the captain, and
mentioned to him that ihero were three of
urAvh i wished to travel with him, adding
that 1 jad lijifd he did not run his boat on
theSabballj. He promptly replied, " No,
sir i thai, is u day I have no right to use."
JIaviilg made his acquaintance, I after-
jwardsj askeil ljim if h had advertised the
?Hunnibal as a Sabbath-keeping boat,
lie said heihati not, and that he did not
' approve of i;uch a course. He is of opin
ion that th4 impression has been made on
the public, jhat there are some boats that
keep yio Sabbath, not from principle, Ikit
in theiboperand expectation that the relig-
(bus community will patronize them, and
that they yill be benefited by their observance-of
the Lord's day.f And he thinks
that such ah impression l is calculated to
u.imped,' rather than promote, the object
which ilhose who arc laboring for the con-
sccraion of the Salbath have in view.
lie said, " I hope I keep the Sabbath from
. principle, and I have no claim on the pub
lie forj o doing. lash no patronage ; I
' sec too additional'support for doing ivhut
jfcclfobc ny duty." Ho" reasons thus :
t -j Steamboating is my business, and it
would be quite as consistent for a mer
chantfto advertise that his store is dosed
on Sajhba.tH, as for me. to publish that my
. boat bes not run otv Sunday." Let me
here femarjk that hisi daily expenses av
' ' cragc about one hundred and fifty dollars,
no small pecuniary sacrifice to make once
I I was sojmuch pleased with this gen
tleman, ami his way of doing business,
that, jl you allow me, I shall trespass on
your hatieifcc, and on your columns, bv
huvunjj some particulars, lie does not,
ns some do who pretend to keep the Sab.
The man insisted on knowing the freight
then.Jand the captain as firmly refused to
strikii a trade on Sabbath day. You
may, perhaps, be ready to conclude that
Capt iin Bacon is one of those austere char
acter with whom you! sometimes meet,
whojhvhilst they are truly pious, are not
remarkable for their attention to the cour-
. n . . - J . . wfi hitr.hpil mir hnrso anrl nrnb.f.p.rf.d oan
He is one ot the most urbane and cour- i , , iU 1 . s
fo h T , . r ' tiously to the spot. On coming inear we
teoua-young men I have ever met afine J , -i i
c - i Arn n(Lmo discovered a child, a little girl, asleep: we
specimen of an independent gentleman;; n p '
und llhave no doubt that the influence of , c?u,d h5.ar olr ch,1.?n at a tytanee at
bis example will be left ion the Mississip-! jiy' st,U loser savv?e
t cf .Ho r uL i cause ot the birds uneasiness there wiln-
pi. Or or proof of this, let me state the .. , r c . . t j.
. . 4,;nii:- ,:il t:. ea up, anu striding at tne uirus as iney
tiTQo n mimcf ap T rn iTol 1 1 n (T with rn. I or j
II UO Lk. Ili41110kl iiitiviiiiig ...vu 14.4111. ; j v. l
e invited him to preach, ana sent a no- 1 f ,
b the people in the neighborhood ; , b , i : j i
s , 1 . ,, i . ' large stick, and unpercetved gotia stroke
at him, and following it up with others
soon despatched him. The child had been
Peruv. or Red Bark,
Blue Mass, Eng.)
Vials, (all sizes)
!D Medical prescriptions carefully prepared at all
ED. W. BROWN,
Salisbury, Dec. 16, 1847 tf 33
Pepper, (all kinds)
Mace and Cloves,
Indigo Ai Copperas,
Madder & Arnatto,
Log and Red Wood,
Candles, (all kinds)
Matches dc Blacking,
Leather & Carriage
Varnish, &c, &c
RESTORER OF THE BLOOD, ?
and other diseases, ;
Jceneral debility, decline, -diseases of the
skin, of the liyfr.pf the lungs, coughs. Fever and Ague,
bullous affections, etc. fnce, qt. bottles, 2 50 : pint
do. 31 50. j L ,;;
For Fever ontTi Ague, Billiout Affeetionn , Inflammatory
Diseases, Gratfl, Worms, Head-Ache or Megrim, Ful
ness of the Ilekd, Dimness of Sight, tjc, which is to be
taken in the Restorer. Price 50 cts. per box.
Universal or Strengthening Plaster,
for disease of the chest, pains, weaknesses, etc. 50 cts.
for gonorrhar-rt, 'gleet, fluor albus, graTel, etc. Price per
bottle, $1 $ and 2 50.
GOLD MINE BALSAM,
An incomparable Tonic. 50 cents.
These Medicines are of Dr. Kohl's own discovery,
THE UNIO :
- -Of litrrat:::
' . Edited by Zh,. ( .
Author of A New lie::,-;
filled with Contributions f.-r
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The second relume com:
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At tlie conclusinn cf t'
Mag&zixe, the pub'lier f .. I- ;
knowledgement of hispfr i .
corded to it by the pullic. I
nnprecedenied ; and whi! h :
cribe this in part to the mer ; t -
denied thai public gooj-wi .
bondantly demonstrated. 1 .
t coontry have gien its voic" 1
I vor of the ncwapirant.
To flag after this, would t
th hope of the poblii-her t!.i; ;
which belong to encce?3 wii
ulated than slackened his ej r
ofaeoiiable kind in the r t i
make it available to the Un ci
departments. He will cc r. l--
ns in Mezzotint, Line and Y.
r r t i .i
prepared by himself, and have been disposed of in this B. F.Childs, P. Loomi?, in. ,f
community forabout ten years past, with unparalleled Matteson, whohos the sole i
success. A great number of testimonials are in the pos
session of his .agents, and may be seen by calling at their
stores. We present here two specimens of them.
From the Randolph Herald.
Letter from J. :M. A. Drake, Esq., Clerk of Sup. Court,
Ashborough, Nr C. t
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at play with the rest, and necoming wea
ried, had lain down and fallen ajsleep.
attended so well that an appoint
mentpwas made for a second service. In
the afternoon the cabin was filled ; and
amongst the hearers who were present,
both morning and afternoon, whs a man
who pad not attended preaching for years.
He Had his horse saddled, ready to start
on a journey, but on receiving the notice,
hn r Jim to tlift rnrwliisinn. that if thfi DVV-
nor rlr n tnmKrt Pnnlff afford tn ctnn I who seldom or never attend public worship, but
allMnds, and keep the Sabbath, he could 1,vf '" .s respect much hke the heathen, can.
FnrH in, dnn ViimP f-nnr his hnrStt. . " T 'ft"-!
ti ... . . InnStt U'hn s nrprp v Invp. thft crnics. nf inn
The writer has often suggested to buch, the
propriety and duty of going forth in he spirit
of the gospel, on a sabbath morning or the pre
vious evening, and kindly inviting thetdestitute
MEANS OF FILLING A CHURCH.
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The thought of numerous vacant! seats in
churches, and of the multitudes in toe region
I was not a little surprised, when in
formed bv 'one of the passengers, Who
seen: fed to be conversant with such mat- I
ters, and who has the reputation of being
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a piQUs man, that a large amount ot stock, ! or negligent to come in and enjoy the elevating
and if needfukfur-
- 1 ? ' y j nvQiiviik iu vviiiv msrn - i iu s
in many of those boats which violate the j influences ot the sanctuary ;
Sabbath, is owned by professors of reli- i nlshing also the means of cc
gion. hvho could, if they chose, control the
operations of these boats. Can this be
so ? jWas he not mistaken ? If not, is it
not strange that men, who would shrink
with horror from the idea of taking God's
name, in vain, or of bearing false witness
against their neighbors, will, without re
morsb or dread," desecrate the Lord's day.
either by travelling on the Sabbath them
selves, or by supplying conveyances for
other who break the fourth command
ment? Perhaps I have occupied too much of
your time and space, but in these times,
when Sabbath breaking is one of the fla
grant sinsof our nation, I think it is but
risht that the Feliniousnublic should know
The following extract of a letter, irecently
received, shows that the idea is not vsionary,
but entirely practicable. M t
-" Permit me here to state a fact, illustrative
of what may be done by a single individual,
...1 .1 7 C 7 T Li
wuen mere is a mmajor ine woric. in tne con
gregation of Salisbury, Conn., of whih I was
Ihe pastor for thirteen years there lived a man,
who was one of the best parishioners; a man
ever had. His residence was about five miles
from the church. With him the sabbath was
a delight, and honored. He loved to go to the
house of God, and to have others to go there
too. He not only provided for the cotrjfortable
conveyance of his own family, which was small,
but fitted aLfcommodious and capacious vehicle
for such as had not the means of providing for
themselves. In this way he was accustomed
DRS. BROWN & JAMES having associated them
selves in the practice of Medicine, can always be
found at their drugstore when not professionally engaged.
Salisbury, December 16, 1847 tf 33
state -or-liLortfi (Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Novem
ber Term, 1847.
James P. Godby, Adra'r of Jesse Cummins, rs. William
Cummins, Jesse W. Cummins and others.
Fetition for sale of Real Estate.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the
Defendant, Jesse W. Cummins, is not an inhabitant of
this State : It is therefore ordered by the Court, that pub
lication be made in the Carolina Watchman for the space
of six weeks, notifying the defendant, Jesse W. Cummins
personally to be and appear before the Justices of our
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held for the
County of Iredell, at the Court House in Statesville, on
the 3d Monday of February next, then and there to plead,
answer or demur to said petition, or judgment pro con
fesso will be taken, and the same heard exparte.
Witness, J. I . Alexander, Clerk of our said Court at of
fice, the 3d Monday of November, A. D. 1847, and in
the 72d year of our Independence.
J. F. ALEXANDER, Clk.
6w35 Printers fee5 50
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RANAWAY from the subscriber on the night o
the 2d ultimomy negro man Anderson, a
mulatto, about thirty-five year3 of age, a little above the
common height, very strong and stout built, large frame,
coarse features, with distended nostrils. No other par
ticular marks about him recollected. He took with him
a considerable quantity of clothing of a pretty good qual- j
ity, which I cannot accurately describe, none or few of I
which were of common homespun. It is supposed he is j
trying to make his escape to a free State ; and it is pro- j
bable he may have in his possession forged papers, and
certificates of his freedom, and may pass as a free man. j
Any information concerning him will be thankfully re- ;
ceived ; and the above reward given for his apprehen- )
sion and delivery to me, or for his confinement in some
Jail, so that I can get him.
THO. L. COWAN.
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 9, 1847. 19:tf.
Ashebokocgtt, N. C, Jan. 15, 1847.
Dr. Kxmv-i-Dear Sir : I take pleasure in bearing tes
timony, to th beneficial results of your Medicines. Mr.
Noah Smithehnari, was severely attacked with Inflam
matory Rheumatism, during the Summer of 1844 ; he
resorted to yciur Medicines for relief, and soon obtained
it ; he was effectually cured by the use of the Restorer
of the Blood, (kc. I can further say, that no person has
ever tried them sufficiently, but what have ben well sat
isfied with thtir efficacy. Respectfully,
From the Milton Chronicle.
Letter from J. R. Galium, Esq., Milton, N. C.
Dr. Kent. Dear Sir . Your Medicines have given
entire satisfaction in this section of country. Th Abys
sinia Mixture especially, is highly approved of. It has
never failed to cure in every case. It sells like hot cakes.
I have never had enough to supply the demand : You
will please send me a large supply of it as soon as you
arrive at home. Yours respectfully,
J. R. CALLUM.
Milton Drug Store, Aug. 14, 1847.
! QUICK CURE.
Mr. Ramsay, irr the employment of Tames Brannoek,
Esq., Guilford county, for some time offlicted with Fever
the engravings. ; f
The Literary matter will i
sive control of the Editor, Mr. t
by a corps of contributors v. bo
rites of the reading public or u -:
as Mrs. L. Maria Child, M r. L f
S. Osgood, Mrs. E. C. Emlc ry . '
H. Butler, Mrs. C. M. Stark. Mr
Whitman. Mrs. Mary S. B. D. , .
bell, Miss C. M. Bedjwick, Mi- 1
Augusta Browne, Miss Louin.- O. '
Rus?ell, Miss Elizabeth Eu i !t. ?!
bert. Wm. C. Bryant, Fiti (jret v I
C. F. Hoffman, T. S. Arthur, II.
Tockerman, John Brougha'p, i'r:
Charle Lanman, W. A. Joftef, J. 1 '.
Bryant, Onrille Dewey, W. Ua.;:;
Fisher, Wm. OJand BoumejCa:. b I
The paper will be of the same q .
Fashions will be colored by T. P. :-" .
There will be two pages qriginiil '
In the the course of aboutsiiiar
fac-similies of the character t;M-d i ,
ferent 1 an gu acres', with a shfrrt trar -similar
to the Chinese and Yr.iari (
ber and December numbers of t!.e M
Lyon, U. S. Consul to Shant-hai, (
curious and intelligent will e won
subscription to the Magazinf. AnJ .
be made, which literary ability, tag'- .
adequate capital can do, to make t
worthy of the place already, so gen t.
the public esteem. j
The Union Magazine, will be pul!
and Ague treated with Quinine, Calomel, Oil, &c., with- lhe fim of each m&omh;
that there is such a boat on the western 1 10 gather pilgrims from hi? own neighborhood
waters as the Hannibal, owned and com- I and b? the waX' and bring! them to thesanctu-
manded by such a man as Captain Bacon.
Christmas I spent with a highly esteem-
ary, that they also might share in the privileges
he so highly valued. I
44 The same mode of operation might be
IV. if """,e?miu "ospuaoie . equally appropriate in every place perhaps not
ou) oi .ueiupnis, i ennessee. wnere l nau in cities but it is a fact which shoWs that
lhe .ijeasute ot witnessing a most impos- something may be done when the heart is in
ing celebration of the order of the sons of tent upon a good object. And now thai he has
temr prance. A finer looking body of men ! gone to his reward, and more than years after
I hap never seen assembled. Amongst , my separation from that beloved peoplje, I am
themlwcre, several who, but a few weeks happy in recording this testimonial to the mem-
sfncei were wont, not only to 44 look upon ' ory f m' gd old parishioner, John Whinlc
the vvine when it is red," but freely to
qualtthe M flowing bowl ;" and some of
these? were men ot a high order of talent.
The InstitutioiT, though but in its infancy
in tljat city, is prospering, and doing much
gootl.1 An able address was delivered in
Important to Mill Owners.
HOTCHKISS'S Vertical Water Wheels for sale in
D. McNEILL & Co.
And in Lincoln County bv
E. A. BREVARD.
March 12, 1847 tf45
out any effect ; but was cured in three days, with the
third part of a pinf Restorer, and half a box of Depura
AGENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA.
J. II. Eniss, Druggist, Salisbury.
Piiifer & Yorke, Concord.
Thomas -J. Holton, Charlotte,
Capt. Wm. Slade. Lincolnton.
J. P. Maiiry P. M., Lexington.
J. J. & R. Sloan, Greensborough.
A. S. Porter, Druggist, Greensborough.
James Braxnock, Waterloo, Guilford co.
Samson Kreier, 1. M. Highrock, Guilford.
Woollen Brannack, Wentworth.
J. M. A. Drake, Asheboro'. '
E. Coffin A; Co., "Franklinville, Randolph.
Philip Kerner, P. M., Kernersville, Stokes.
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions Norem
I bcr Term, 1847.
George W. Allison; Adm'r
Edward Burrjette, Jere
miah Burnett, William
H. Burnette, Joseph Bur- S-Petition
Dealers in Periodicals' thfjoghout V t
and the Canadas.wha wislf to t-c -. k
Union Magazine, will pleas apply r im
mediately. AH Postmasterf aredeji-. 1 1
for it the usual discount wjll be mai-1
cimen number will be sent to any or- m .
on application to. the publisljer, post- -ai 1
Terms of the Lion .Vofaji
One copy one year, in advance,
One copy two years,
Two copies one year,
Twelve" " .
Great National Picture.
We will give the person lending ts i!.e
' scy. N. Y. Com. Adv. M 1
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ihe First Presbvterian ehtirrb hv Air
Slack. I do not wish, howp.vpr. tn hp- nn-
UtteH-d. To some of tlm thninrhts nrc.
VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PIULS.
The startling draw back on hearly all Medicinal Afi
ents has ever. been that in their iprocess of purgation and
purification, they have also debilitated the system.
Hence purgative medicines hayeialways been regarded
Sentftl, 1 would, were I tn rritirip fnffr" I as at best but a necessary evil, patients resorting to them
mv dissent. .It Avonl.l ;r; ! f? he reW(of one disease at thefexpense of arlother.
Iff ! ' f r-v ii n i I A a. l. -v
.,Lyt mutual laie ana talent, were 1 j gent that would at the samejtime purge, pijrify and
to omit to State that I was delighted with strengthen, but their efforts werejnearjy fruitless.sand they
the temperance SOno- I TIip mnc;l had almost despaired of success vyhen the labors df science
fnrmMriPf. wflfn,l J. f. " t and research wre rewarded byia discovery which fully
tonnncc rel ected much credit upon the realized the fondest desires of thei Medical Failty, and
aCCCppIlsnexl Organist and choir of the which is justly regarded as one of the most important tri
churph, and added much tO the interest of I u11phs that Pharmacy has ever jachieved. Thfs impor
the Celebration. M II W ta"t desideratum is named Dr. M Roy's Vegetable Uni-
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i ma, niHtu puiuy iuc uiuuu, unu icuiuvTf an cor
rupt and vitiated humours, and unhealthy accumulations
from the body in a manner nevef before rivajled, and
which yet produce no weaknes dr lassitude v-hatever,
but on the contrary tone the stomach, and invigorate the
constitution during the progress! of their operations ! Dr.
Le Roys Pills, in fact unite those heretofore irreconcila
ble, but most desirable qualities, evacuation anoinvigor-
ation for they are at the same tinle a strengthening pur-
To obviate this, physicians have long sought tpr an a-
At Riclifork, Iavidon County, IV. C,
On the great Stage Road from North to South,
and South 1rest
Eight miles North of Lexington, and
27 S. W. of Greensboro'.
Dec. 16, 1S47 tf33
CIGARS ami TOBACCO.
ON hand the finest Regalia, Principe and Havana
Cigars. Also, the very best old Virginia chewing
tobacco, besides a quantity of fine smoking tobacco,
tf 33 BRO WX JA MES.
nette, Colen E. Stephens
and wife, Fanny, Henry
Simmons andiwife; Dolly,
Zachariah' Summers and
TT appearing to the satis-
faction of the Court, that
the Defendants, William H. :
Burnette. Joseph Burnette, Colen E. Stephens and wife, j
Fanny, Henry Simmons and wife, Dolly, and Zachriah !
Summers and wife, Sarnh, are not inhabitants of this j
State : It is therefore ordered by the Court, that publica- j
tion be made in the Carolina Watchman for six weeks, j
notifying the said William H. Burnette, Joseph Burnette,
Colen E. Stephens and wife. Fanny, Henry Simmons
and wife, DoMy.nrid Zachariah Summers and wife, Sa
rah, to appear at live next Court of Tleas and Quarter
Sessions, to be held for the County ff Iredell, at the
Court House in Sti tesville, on the third Monday of Feb
ruary, next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to
said petition, otherwise the same will be taken pro con
fesso, as to them, nnd heard exparte.
Witness, J. F. Alexander. Clerk of our said Court, at
Office, the ?d Monday of November, A. D. 1H47, and
in the 72d year of our indepencence, this 12th De
cember. 1817. ; J. F. ALEXANDER, Cl k.
6w33 Primers fee 5 AO
.State ot jjLortU CavoUua,
Davie County. In Equity Fall Trrm, 117.
of subscribers to this Magazaie, witluM cr;
bove rates during the time ejuling the In i f
the engra ving of the United f totes Sen-i'e C
taining the correct portraits of ninety-sm en
ed gentlemenjthen in the Si nate Ch. 1. 1 r, ;.
Mr. Clay's farewell speech. The enr:..
thirty-two by forty inches, e i graved - y T!
and pu!lished by E. Anthony with n !er
the engraving and frame costing S-T (
deliver free of freight of exrjtnse.in i hv u
son entitled to it, at any plate wi'.h.r. t .. !
and it will al) constitute liar person .
a life subscriber to the Unidh ?.Ia; i .
and frame can be seen at atjy time t I. .'
guerreotype Establishment, i 17 Br 5 1
ISRAEL POST,a40..Y .
FALL AND I WITEI 1
FOR 18-I7 &, lc.
Jnst RfCfiud at the Ncwfrailori;
I WOULD respecJfully 3nnpurv
Salisbury and its vicinitL that 1
place for the purpose f carjyi.'i
ISllillC in all its variotis i-i.v
strict attention to bufiuegs, 5to i;:- r
public patronage. I shall re-ive i
the latest FASHIONS, annual; .
expense in giving satihfaelin to c.
with their work ; always ho Jinj r
any work that I may do. j
! I have now in my employ t.
. My Shop can be found in T L.
Salisbury, Sept. 23, IS 1. j
, REFERENCE; Mr. 1 !
my instructions for the lat e
confidence recommend him
' as capable of giyin satisfn h ,
THOMAS M.M !
past one, o
p to twelve o clock on Saturday
hen keep his men until half-
f two o'clock, cleaning off and
llO hont. Ilia rtll., tn vtnn n
bout tcii o'clock, and lint tr hnvr n Llrw
struck after twelve on Saturday night, or
before twcjvc on Sunday night.
.. 11 amusing, I have been told, to no
lico the j disappointment manifested bv
some passengers, when they find there is
no such commodity, 44 visible to the naked
)'p ,LS a J)ar Some time since a drun
'ten man Vcnt on hoard, and staggered
lip to; the place-where the bar on bouts
wusuhtly kept ; he looked around in as
tonihirnen, and exclaimed in desnonden-
ft "v " uo P-r ! Un another oc
, '-.."w i uiu.suiis 171 tint ttiperancc
- r tit" i t' n 't",-, lumiuuiere
-wao prpvision made forfmen of his or-
, ucrfic M cnieti very muchl annovt d and
vexcitl.' After a while he marche'd up to
tfie captain, and said, 44 Look ve here, Cap
ng aintfyou the otdy nufh who everrun
: A &t0amboat oti the waters of the Missis-
.-fippj without a bar ?" 1 Afterwards, how
vi,)th S; same individual thanked lhe
Captai,Hc,ld him that 'but for him he
eli'Vlnruinvd, as he had been
rY ;?T!V'"l.saiers, who were robbing
money ; and be promised to
Inhere is another thing which I noticed on
tuyj( tfrney. You know the Bible Society, with
its auxiliaries, has succeeded, to a very consid
erab 4 extent, in placing a copy of lhe Bible on
the steamboats ' which navigate our rivers. It
is m ropinion that much good is likely to ensue
lromhis liberal and judicious distribution of
you woru.- 1 have seen men, not one or two,
but iijvcral, who, I have reason to believe, make
no j tensions; to piety, taking up the sacred
volu me, and reading it with much apparent at
tentida and interest tor an hour without cessa
ton ;j and this loo in lhe midst of card-plavers
and blasphemers. Sitting at the same Table
wit!: Ine, al the present time, a gentleman, who,
I kn lv, is' very fur from being a pious man, has
ueerrroaumg tle Scriptures lor m,re th
noufftiuring which time he has s
s scarcely raised
fVe to notice any thing around him. And
arn 't not nutlmii,! 1, .u. .u . 1
. whiiji is 4 quick and powerful, and sharper than
j. j a twp.eagea sword," may wound their consci
, enc(ls, penetrate iheir
gative, and a purifying tonic. j
The two principal ingredients hi Dr. Le Rijy's Pills
are Wild Cherry and Sarsaparilla. So prepared that
each promotes the beneficial effect of the othe, the for
mer strengthening, while the litter, through ts union
with various vegetable ingredients, evacuates dnd puri
fies; thus they superinduce no torpidity of lassitude of the
digestive tunctions, and hence thejr operations are atten
ded bv no reaction or subsequent scostiveness.
I For sale by Messr3. Brown & James, Sal iwury ; J.
P.Mabry, Lexington ; Phifer &. ork, Concord. Price,
ij cents per box. jap 27, 1848:.Jri39
State of North Carolina!.--Askc County.
John Shearer and
November Term, jl 847.
Daniel Green! r. William
biing lorth the 44 p
l'imj of h
.conQcctjMmseir.jon the Vflrit opportunity,
Avttla the ons of temperance. y-
gjarnbling is permitted.
heir hearts, and ultimately
caceable fruits of righteous.
Ovnterfeit S. C. Xotf, Large num- j
Jot' well eseculed counterteit $20 Notes on
04uk o( Guometown are in circulation.
In (he Counterfeit
is an enrrraved circular jTroiind. whiU tho
raved eround in ih rro.i..;n
jig. The name of D. L. M'Kay, is writ
i a larger hand in the counterfeit than in
genuine. The paper of the cotintfiut.i.ill
tiihch inferior to that of thd n..A
J . . . ; t J uiiu VM
Vf'5r ier. ine aa s are smn
Petition for sale of Land
IN this case it appearing to the satisfactiojn of the
Court:that the defendant's William Shearer. John
Norris and wife Lucy, Joel Reece ind wife Fanny, Hen
ry Cook and wife Ann, are not inhabitants of tljis State :
It is therefore ordered by the Courk, that publibation be
made for six weeks in the Carolina. Watchman, for said
defendants to appear at the next County Coiln, to be
held for the County of Ashe, at th : Court Houfee in Jef
ferson, on the 4th Monday in Feb -uary. next, to appear,
plead, "answer, or judgment pro confesso will be taken,
and the case set for hearing expnr e. I
6w33 Printers Fee 5 OOpd
FOR TIIE COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
WE take pleasure in announcing to our friends in
the interior, who ship their Goods through this
I channel, that we have constructed a large and spacious
Warehouse at the Wharves in Lower Fayetteville; where
we will receive in store, and forward correctly and with
despatch, all Goods entrusted to oar care. This arrange
ment will save to the owners one half the drayage paid
on goods up town, which is an equivalent of 10 per cent,
discount on the bills of freight up the River.
J. &, T. WADDILL.
Fayetteville, Dec. 20, 1847 5w35
This medicine is acknowledged to be one of the most
valuable ever discovered, as a purifier of the blood and
fluids. It is superior to Sarsaparilla, whether' as a so
dorific or alternative. It stands infinitely before all the
preparations or combinations of Mercury. Its purgative
properties are alone of incalculable value for these pills j
may belaken daily for any period, and instead ot a weak
ening by the cathartic effect, they add strength by taking
away the cause of weakness There is no good Mercu
ry does, which these pills do not likewise. But they
have none, of the miserable effects of that deadly specific.
The teeth are not injured the bones and limbs are par
alyzed no but in the stead of these distressing symp
toms, new life and consequent animation is evident in ev
ery movement of the body. Brandreth's pills are indeed
a Universal Remedy, for they cure opposite diseases:
the? cure Inflamation and Chronic Rheumatism ! They i
cure Diabetts of Urine. 1 hey cure Uysentery ana con
stitutional Costiveness. They will cure these apparently
opposite diseases, because they cleanse and purify the
blood, provided, however, nature is not beyond all human
In all cases they will be found a safe and simple reme
dy, yet all powerful for the removal of diseases", whether
chronic or recent, infections or otherwise. They do not'
render the system liable to be affected by any changes
of temperature. The very cause, or occasion of the hu
man frame being affected by colds and coughs is remov
ed by their use. Therefore, they may be used at all times
and seasons without damage, and change of diet, and any
extra care is unnecessary.
These Pills are for sale at 25 cent3 per box, by our a-
gents in every town in the fctate.and by the tollowmg
highly respectable gentlemen in this vicinity, viz : Brown
&, James, Salisbury ; David Fraley, Rockville ; A. Sc D.
W. Honeycutt,.Gold Hill ; T. C. Graham, Cowansville;
J. Krider &, Son, Mount Vernon. 4w33
John L. Cain,
William Cain, Executor
Daniel Cain; Wyatt
Powell -and wife, Eliza
beth, Ira Reeves; and
this case.it n'pearmg
o the sifisiaction ot the
Court, that Daniel Cain, one
V of tdc Defendants, is not an
f . 1- r.t- ir'..- - T.:
niliamiant 01 ims ctaie : 11 is
ordered, that publication be
made' for six weeks, in tlie
Carolina Watchman, tor tne said defendant to be ana ap
pear, at the neja Court of Equity, to be held for the Coun
ty of Davie, at the Court House in Mocksville, on the 4th
Monday in March next, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will Ie taken jlro confesso
and the cause set for hearing exparte, as to him.
Witness, L. Bingham, Clerk and Master of said Court, ;
at Office, the 4th Monday in September, A. D., 1847, ;
and in the 72 year of American Independence.
L. BINGHAM, C. M. E. ,
6w33 Printers:Fee $5 50
state oC SLovtft aroUua,
; Davidson County.,
Superior Court pf Law Fall Term, 1847.
Debby Shuler, )
vs. . Petition for Divorce.
Tlie Ict ITIfM hn;.
ix Tin: i
The "SCIENTIFIC AMI:
128 Fulton St., New York, if u
, best Mechanical pulI:catiu:i ) ".
It has attained a larger i
Mechanical papers pubLhe. i .
possesses such facilities fur, 1
gence on Scientific fubject i
' that no publication of !the k r
Each No. contains from : "
1 gravings of the most import
j of American Patents, as i--r !
each week ; notices of the r
and scientific invention? ; i:.
and Trades, with engravi: .
chemical experiments ; t!,'- I
Europe and America j all
menis, published in ai f ri a
than a hundred engravi;
It is published weekly 1 : t
dapted to binding, and fur;,
the low price of Two D A'
advance, and the reruf.i:; .! -Address,
sr in size
Drs. SUMMERELL &
ARE stilt associated in the practice of Physi, and of
fer their professional services to the Public.
the Office, of
Office, oa Water street, nearly
Dr. S. will be found either at
RobardaT Hotel, and Dr. W either at "the Office, or at
his house, on the same, street.
Sausbvby, January, 6, 1S4S.
BFj FRALEY is ever ready to make CLOTHING
in the, latest style, well done, and warranted to fit.
He also keeps for sale RE A D Y MA DE CLO THING
very cheap. He will also teach the art of CUTTING to
any wishing to learn, as he is agent for some of the most
fashionable Tailors of New York and Philadelphia. All
kinds of lothes cut at short notice. Produce taken in
payment at market prices. Iy2
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the
"Defendant, Daniel Shuler, is not an inhabitant of this
State : It is therefore ordered by the Court that publica
tion be made in the Carolina Watchman arid Greensbor
ough Patriot, far three months, for the defendant to be and
appear at the next ."terra of our Superior Court of Law, to
be. held for the Coiinty of Davidson, at the Court-IIuse,
in Lexington, oh the 1st Monday, after the 4th Monday
in March, 1848, then and there to answer the petition o
said Debby Shuler, for Divorce, or judgment pro confesso
will be entered against him, and the case set for bearing
Witness, Andrew JIunt, Clerk of our said Court at Of
fice, the 6th day1 of December, 1847.
; AND. HUNT, C. S. C.
3m32 Printer fee 810 00
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
At the old Tailoring tMablislinicnt!
IIOltACE H. BEARD,
HAS just reeeived of Mr. F. Mahan, the LON
DON, PARIS and PHILADELPHIA FASH
IONS, for lhe F-4.Z.and WINTER of 1847, which far
excels any thing otthe kind heretofore published. He
still carries on the; Tailoring Business in all its various
branches, at his ole 6tand, where he is ever ready to meet
and accommodate his old and new customers with fash
ionable cutting and making of garments, no to be aor-
I passed by any in the southern country. ! Punctuality,
! despatch and faithful work as has been, always shall be
J his aim ajid object4 Thankful for past encouragement,
J he hopes to merit s continuance.
1 Sept. 23, IS 17-i-tf 2$ II. II. BEARD.
Bound volume of the
416 pages of choice r-a
more than 3C0 enravir;
the office, Price 62 75.
Arrival and;Dq: u
Northern Stage Arri ,
day, at 6 A. M.; departs
urday, at 7 A. M.
Southern Stage Arri
Satordsy, at 6 A. M. ; c
Friday, at 7 A. M. ;
Cher aw Stage Arriv
Saturdaty, at 5 P. M, ; ( ,
Friday at 7 A. M.
JFirfera Stage, rw I
Thursday and SaturJ; y. '
Tuesday and Friday, nt 7
at 5 P.M.; departs Tr
departs FViday, st G A. M
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M. ; departs Wednesi.' . y,
Raleigh Horse Ma J
day, at 6 P. M. ; c; ir.i
Troy Horse Mau-.
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deira. Port acJ ?
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