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Frh ihi B1ilnor Sun f Saturday; 10th inat. - i 4. That thero were delegate prent from
.V t V. I . itTTU : fl f ibe.pUlrirt:f. Columblaam it wa. recornmen.
dedfhttl t bey should be allowed seats in the
Convention, as honorary members, but wish no
numorny in Jioie. J
An'excitirtg discussion'arose on the prrfposi-
tii thitt theircptitt ho accent edy and that por
tion giving ike delegates power to fill vacancies
in their delegation, wag finally rejected by a
tiers ol the press VulH of ayes 120, nays 150. Thlny out ot the
crowded to excess forty absentee tvero from T) lor Slates.
HliL.VDKLPHlA, Juno 7, 1848.
, .Tbiff Kational Whig Convention assembled
this riprnin, in the epaciou Saloou-pf the Chi
Momn, the pnliro floor being reserved
I c'tl.U .l..1trtf ami member ol the
htst tneH'Hlleri. s were
: INTERESTING., FROM MEXICO.
jib tjiertiiiir. '
Convention was called to order at 11
U previse ly when Henry White, of Penn-
cvltaait, jiroed lhal John A. Collier, f Saw
lo dulled to the Chair, and Wm. S. Arch.
Virginia, proposed that James Harlan, of
- kr. act hs Secretary, nntil a pernjanent
znlin should be ellected, which proposi-
weres tulited. ,
CoUKt.oii taking the Chair, returned
14 ihe convention for the honor confer.
f r, oi
red on Moi.
The recommendation ol the committee tbal
Louisiana le) ullowexl to vote for Texas was
then adopted; as also that the delegates from
the District of Columbia be admitted to seats.
A question then aiose as to the mode of vo
tingwhether it should be by delegates or by
Stales, which was continued until 2 o clock,
when adjournment was moved and carried.
1 he Convention adjourned until 4 o clock lor
private session. s
The Contention met again,' agreeable to ad
journment, at 2 clock, but the doors were clos
ed, and neither the reporters or spectators ad-
The ( t.nventinn was then opened with prayer mjUPj untj q o'clock. I have no means of as.
WlM lie. Mr. Ilruiuard, invoking a blessing certainiug what was done in the interim.
on iheif priK'eedinz.
lMr.1 J hn Shermim, of Ohio, was appointed
an adilitioibil Secreiary.
Mr. J.hh W. Fowler, oT-New York, moved
At 0 o'clock, when the doors were opened, a
debate was brogressiug upon a resolution re
qoiring Whig pledges from alt the candidates
presented to'ilie Coiiwninoi.
Mr. Haskell scooted the idea intimated by
I ? .i iifi it
that a conitniltee on credentials be appointed, the resolution, that Whigs would vote fur any
afterward' withdrew it. Uny ,"t V1" pb-dges were necessa-
I'l l ...M . .... it.... ....n..l ftn.1 itiA rt nfTfllAB ij""" uo-u . .
-r-, "o ,,e ,a:d on it. .aUe.and lh Convention would
atMWre( lo Mn ir names. i,m.H O. i.ii.n-...-.lM f Il-t- S...,ll. 'Pil.,r ,ranv
31 rj' King o Ua., moyeu mat ine aeiegnnon ol,Hr c,Mi whi!.
. i ' . ;
1 rom earn Oiaie h Pini : innuurr n int-i ir-
prciive delegations to act as a committee of
(lie fi'om each Slate to appoint permanent ofli
cers of the Co'iventton. ,
-An amiendinenl was offered lo the efleel that
iSerommijtee be apjminted by the Chair, and
s TV 'original motion Kvas then carried, and
the commijtee appoioted by delegations.
; A moifiiii to adjourn lb 3 o'clock was then
' made i.i loM., 'J.
TheMnnmittee just appointed then retired.
A ntotinft ! clear thegjHlleries, on aecoont of
tlie daiit Iroin th excessive crowd in them,
t9 tho made Mod lost.
'rhe rols of ihe Jloose of Representatives
i of,rhel United Stales, so fir as they air applica
U to the business of l he Convention, were
j adopted asjlhe rules of the Convention.
, I 'Asvlio business could be brought before the
I CoVhtlou jintil it should he, permanently organ-
I iieil. a 'motion for adjournment was made until
4 uclock, and carried.
j aWernoon sessiox.
At 4 nVloek the President pro lern.. called
1 1 he Convention lo order.:
lr." Kinilf. chairmaii of the eonrfmiitee on or.
paiiuHtionJth'i rejMrted the folluwing as per
inaiteul officers of the (n vent ion :
j j , President
I JOHN M. M OR KNEAD,
! " j : of S'oith Carolina.
r 1 Vice. Presidents.
The President of the Convention pronounced
the resolution to be out ol order, and a debate
was cool inud at considerable length on an ap
peal from this decision. ;
Mr. Ev'efeit, of Vermont, spoke upon the
question, but loaudibly.
Mr. Cientfy followed. He said that the nri
ginal inotioit was tti prescribe the mode ofelee
lion, and the amendment was to prescribe a lest
: He considered that the people
liud determined that question, and
the nomination of this Convention would surh
ciently guarantee that the candidate was a
v,iig. lie coiiciiiot'U oy moving wuu ine ap.
peal be laid on the tables which was carried.
The previous question was then called for and
The vote was then taken upon the main ques
lion, and it Was decided dial the vote should be
taken viral voce, individually, until a majoiity
shall liave been obtained.
The Convention was still in session last
nighl when we were compelled to go to press
with our Southern edition.
Min LuiUer Sevrrnnce.
New II.lmhirr Arnlmny Colby.
Vrrihont -Ilonrrr Kv rii.
M nchu'riiii AMiibfl Huotington.
nii'ide Inlnrtil Chitlrs Jackson.
( ornrcticat Chm-tes W R ock well.
irw York Sninufl Wood.
Nrwr Jrrsrv Jt'Oph rutlrr.
Tr ryrty tva nin Tow nsr nd U a inri.
lVtawnr--John II. .1rFr.e.
Mnylimil' TlMnnnn (J. Pratt.
Virgmin Juliri Jimnry.
North Carolmn KJniund Dfberry.
Sotith Cnrohha hMward G;trnage.
Cforgia (Irorite .Y Crawford.
Miissiipi Jnnifs Mrtcn'fe.
Ioiiisi.iiiH Walie r .Brnshfars.
j K"'ittirky---Jniiirs Campbell.
Ohio, Jiftyh Vnnce.
In !'nna-UJ')rph Warner.
Missouri, ). DyMnchrll.
Wisconsin K. D. Murray.
Arknnn 'riif)iii;i!i W. Jfrwton.
Mi hi aati-Joseph R. Williams.
Thm fcftmurt J iVtirs.
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It will je seen from the subjoined correspon
dence, tht the delegates appointed to nominate
a candidate for this Senatorial District, have
4 43ft- . . .
pertorin'f the duty assigned them by present
ing JOHN A. LILLINGTON, of Davie, as
the candidate of the Whij oariv. Able, and
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ready in debate, we feel assured in saying to
the Whigs of ihe District, that our principles will
be wefl sustained.
I ' ' Mocksville, June 13, 1848.
John A. t-ilUnglon, Esq ,
Dear Sir: The delegations ap
pointed by the Whigs of Rowan and Davie, having met
in consultation this dnyit was unanimously resolved to
present you as their candidate for this Senatorial Dis
The undersigned were appointed a Committee to ap
prize you of Jyoifr nomination-and request your accep
. J. M. HOUS'ER.
O. G. FOARD.
M.K:KSViLtE. June 13, 1848
Gentlemen- Your communicntion informing me of
my nomination as the Vhig Candidate to represent this
Senatorial District in the next Legislature, has been re
ceived. I could wish that vour choice for so responsi
ble a post had fallen upon some abler soldier in our
ranks. But trustini! in the goodness of our cause re-
Ratificalion of the Treaty by the Senate
rV Vote: 33 to 4
We published fast 'eek thn news of
the Rnt ification crth Treaty hy the Mex
ican Chnmherof Deputies, hyj a. vote of
51 to 35. We nohave the gratification
of statin0:, that it hail Keen ratitietl by the
tenate, by a vote of 33 to 4!!l We con
gratulate the country oh a speedy resto
ration of reace.
The IJ. S. steamer Hetzel, arrived at
New Orleans late on Saturday night from
Vera Cruz, hringingthc ratification of the
adoption of the Treaty in the Senate, hy
a vote ol 33 veas to 4 navs- being w I most
unanimous. This vote wasiaken at,3 o'
clock P. M. on the 25:h of May.
MajorGrahnm was hourly expected at
Vera Cruz with the ratitied treaty when
I he steamer Httzel left, and one ot the na
val steamers of trie squadron was order
ed lo he held in readiness to convey him
to N. O. or Mobile, on his arrival at Vera
The English Courier, it was stated,
started direct from Queretaro for Vera
Cruz immediatelv after the ratihcation.
Gen. Kearnev (savsthe Free American
of the 28th ult..) is ordered to; command
in the city of Mexico, in place of Gen.
Smith, who is lo superintend the emhar
kation ol the troops, ben. ratlerson, it
was said, would come down to Vera Cruz
with Gen. Smith.
Great uneasiness was felt in ihe city of
Mexico with regard to ihe menacing atti
tude lately assumed hy the Indians, whose
cries of death to the whites long live
the Indians P were heard at a recent bull
fight in the Plaza.
A train of wagons, escorted hy Lieut.
Stead's company, left Vera Cruz on the
28th ult. for Jala pa. They were wagons
sent up to transport to Vera CrUz the sick
and disabled soldiers who arc now at J a
lapa. City of Mexico, May 25. 1843.
Ens. Delta : The 'officers and others who
had been sentenced lo4e hanged on to day have
been respited by (.Jen. Butler, by a special or
der f the following substance :
The sentence of death, which has been
passed upon persons by Courts of the American
Army, whether Americans or Mexicans, is
hereby suspended until further orders."
T am not aware what has influenced the com
manding officer in suspending the sentence of
death upon the oflirrers for the murder and bur
glary at No. 5. Calle de la Pabna, liut really it
does seem to many a very strange proceeding,
and has surprised the community generally.
1 hey were undoubtedly guilty of one of the
grossest outrages ever perpetrated upon society,
and have to some extent, siigiiMsizd the corps
and the Army to which they belonged, which
could only have been wiped otit by blood, in a
manner sanctioned by ihe laws of he couuliy
under which lhy hold commissions. Their
trial was fair and impartial, and I have no hesi
tation in saying, that ihe Commission who tried
and sentenced iheni, was the most able 1 have
seen convened in the Army.
The good citizens of Queretaro are going to
give our Commissioners ti giand ball.
The exchange of ratifications was to take
Gen. Arista is to be the Governor here when
the Mexican Government takes op its quarters
here. I expect lo see all the Mexican authori
ties here this week coming in.
The Commissioners, Messrs. Sevrer and
Clifford arrived at Queretaro at 4 o'clock, yes-lerday.
City of Mexico, May 26. 1849.
8 o'clock;, P. M.
I have this moment received the final rat iri
cation of ihe Treaty of Peace by the Mexican
Congress, and hasten lo forward it 10 you. It
was put to vole in the Senate on the 25:li, at 3
o'clock. The vote stood 33 fr. and. 4 against
CONFECTIONARY: ! -
: BENJAMIN! JULIAN
OtJLD inform his friends here and elsewhere ns
well as the public generally, that be has recently
Opened a ..-!. !
IN THIS TOWN,
to which he invites their attention, and of whom , he so
licits a share of patronage. His present stock consists
a part of the following articles, to -wit :
Salisbury, jHne 15, 1848.
""Newark Cider, .
MacatNty . SuufJ,
V To IiIUl Owners.
rHE jubscribrr is agent, and can; fnro'ush at New
Ttrk coat (the purchaser paying freight) any size
French Barr Mill Stonrs, warranted to te as good aa
can.be imported from France. Alao.kll kinds of Mill
Irons, HoisungjScrews, &ic. I bare now at my store to
Statrsville. a good -stock of Bolttnj Cloths of the brst
Anchor Bra fids, which will be sold at fa email advance
on Ts'ew York cost. JOS. W. STOCKTON.
June 12, 1849. . . ; Dt7
friHE. snhscK ' ys having qualified at the
LL l" Term of Po.ian Cunty Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions, as Executors of
the last Will and Testament of John Murphy,
dee'd, requests all those owing accounts 'or
small notes, to come forward and pay; also,
those haying demands against ihe Estate to pre.
sent ihem legally authenticated or this notice
will be plead in bar of I heir recovery.
WILLIAM MURPHY, .
JAMES .MURPHY. V '
Salisbury. May 29, 1349. C:5
ROWAN COtl .
'MAY S ESS I OX :
Joel Reed and Aaron Milr. -last
Will nd Testament of Dm ;
the Will r,.
Arthur Kimbal and wife, Man-. ?:
wife, Elizabeth. David Cox anJv
son of Benjamin, Otho N. Cm, V,
Ally. ' . .
'Procedendo from tie Superior C'jrt
via Iietd.rrpropounded Jor rrul:;. .
IT appearing to the satisfaction c f
Defendanuare not inhliiriD ;
motion, ordered by the Court; tVi: ;
for six weeks in the Carolina V.'a c
ibury, for the Defendants lo br 'tr .
Jos tiers of oor Court of Plras at: i
the next Coartlo be held fur the C
'he Court How, in SaHslmry, on t
Aogrjst next, then and there !r n I, z
said Petition, otherwise, the eair.h n. .
frsso and heard exparte at to ihrtji.
Witness, John H. HarJie.Ork i f r -
fice, the 6rst Monday in Mar, l;,.
year of oar Independence. '
JOHN II. H A
Gw4 Printers fee S3 CJ
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
James C. Roseman,
John F. Stirewolt. j
TOHN F. STIREWALT.Ihedeft-ndani in this case,
is hereby notified, thatsnid Attachment was this dny
returned before me, levied on one Rifle Gun and Shot-
Pouch, one Chest of Carpenter's Tools, Bureau, Clock,
a one horse Wagon, Gearing, Work Bench, two Axes,
Plow, six head of Cattle, Table and contents, Grind
stone, Shoemaker's Tools, Cook. Pot, Wash Pol, Tub,
Book Case and Books, Froe, Saddle and Bridle, Stone
Jar, Grass Seylhe, targe German Bible, 300 feet of Wal
nut Plank, 2DU feet Pine Plank, and one Mattock. A
garnishment was also returned against Daniel House,
on which there i3 judgment entered for the sum of twenty-six
dollars and Bix cents : all which is condemned to
the use of the Plaintiff, and conditional judgment enter
ed against the defendant for the sum of one hundred
dollars, to be made absolute and final at the end of thir
ty days from the date hereof, unless the defendant re
plevy or appear and answer the plaintiff according to
law P. A. SEAFORD, J. P.
June 9, 1848. 4w7
TT1HE attention of invalids and those in delicate
JL health, is respectfully invited to the mineral Springs
3 miles west of Tiiylonville, Alexander County, N. C.
The water possesses valuable medical qualities as a ton
ic and restorative, and has been of great benefit in cas
es where physicians had failed ; it has never failed len
efiting those who have used iu The Springs are situa
ted in a very high, healthy region of country, in the im
mediate vicinity of the mountains, and in a pleasant
neighborhood, where accommodation c;in be had on rea
sonable terms. There are also, two houses at the springs
ready to occupy.
Taylorsville,1 N. C, June 8; 1848. 3t7
State of Jlortti eavollua,
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions May
Alexander Goss, Obadiah Gos9,
Andrew Goss, Noah Giss, y Petiition for the tale
George Goss, Sally Goss, Lltz- oj Slaves.
abeth Goss, and Daniel Huff
and his wife, Crissy.
rB1HE undersigned having on this day, (May
A 31st) closed the books of J. Sc. W. Mur.
phy, requests all persons having long standing
notes and accounts to come forward and pay ;
and all those having demands against said Grmj
to present them for payment.
, Surviving Partner.
.ilishorv. Miv m IRift 1
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Oh YES ! Oh YES ! Oh YES ! - S
rjlHE undersigned being oblfged to close up
the present STOCK OF GOODS on hand,'
which isvery large.and ihe most of them having
been bought this Spring at exceeding low pri
ces for cash, hereby gives notice lhal the
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25'. -2. Ri"
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! Iowa James W. tiriniej
: y- Secretaries.
i Jithn PWrmnn, of Ohio.,
erColfux, f Indiahn.
1. J'llinJJ. Fenr(ni, of Pennsylvania.
. 1 uhuniel IJ iwditch Blunt, ol New York.
jNetyn I,.: While; of 'Connecticut.,
f. iKdmund P. Hunter, of Virginia.
Tuna's I'ti rton, of Vermont.
E. W. Piik.of 'Mirhitfiirj.
. C C. Lani-'don, of-AlurMiina.
Rotiert Mallory, of Kentiicky.
. ,C. J, IInn liMiwin. of Wjonsin.
.John H. ,Ynk-fie!J, of New Jersey.
The re.irt of the commitiee on organization,
wa niianiini'u!)- :eptcd.
I he Ptoiilciit f ihe Convention, on taking
Lis H'a!,jr-ttrrnM (hanks fir ihe high lmnr cn
(cried on him, in a neat and nppmpi iale speech.
We are obliged to omit it fr want of room.
A committee was then 'appointed on disputed
"'Ms and the Convention adjourned lo 0 o'clock
to morrow inriiiug.
thr only hue tion on rrednntinla will l,n iKo
ir,S't ol the Louisiuna delegates to act fur Tex-
Alihoirah Ihe Convention has adjourned until
Mae VcliM-k jin the morning its public session,
Hi uu)lerlood lhal ihey are to meet again al
r 'ijbt oVIockrthis evening in general caucus.
itti Closed do..rs.- It is'lhooivhl that the noni.
QAUon will be made t- morrow
lying confidently upon the united, nut rintir efforts of, ir ! " x ls n-p"""" . -iiairurin ol Ihe
Whig frienJsf-su3t.ined hy the assurance ihil whatev- Cotnmillee on Foreign Relations on ihe 22d,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that An
drew Goss, Noah Gos3, and George Go9s, defend
ants in this case, are not inhabitants of this State: It is
therefore ordered by the Court, that publication be made
for six weeks in the Carolina Watchman, printed in Sai
isSury. that they be and appear before the Justices of our
next C'urt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held at I
the Cou House in Iexington, on the second Monday of
A"2ust next, and then und there plead, answer or demur
to the plaintiffs petition, or the same will be taken
confesso and heard exparte as to them.
Witness. C. F. Lowe, Clerk of our said Court at Office,
the second Monday of May, A. D. 184".
C. F. LOWE, Cl'k.
6wfiprinters Fee 85 "5
on hand will he reduced as follows, and first ol
all, for the ladies.
LADIES READ THIS !
Summer Lawns worth 20 to 25. reduced to 12J to 15.
Barage " 25 to 30, - 15 to 18.
Fine Barage " 50 to 75,. " 25 to 37$
Fine Poplins and silk Tissues, worth 75 to 87$, re
duced to 5U and 60 ; Ginghams worth 20, 25 and 30. re
duced to 12$, 15, and 20 ; Muslin de Lanes worth 25,
30 and 37$. reduced to-12$. 15 and 20 ; fine summer
scarfs worth 125, 150 and 00, reduce to 75 and 1 00;
summer shawls all kinds and qualities, reduced one third
from the original price ; fashionable figured silks will be
sold at New York cost and charges.
500 YARDS PLAIN SILK,
worth $1, and warranted to wear well, will be sold at
25 cents a yard ; fancy col'd Alpaca, jrth 50, CO and
75. reduced to 25 and 30 ; a large stock of fine iilk par-
sols, which will be sold at New York cost and charges.
All kinds of Calico at exceedingly low prices, 4 ns.
and upwards ; a large stock of Carpeting which will be
sold at cost and charges, and many other articles dis
posed of at equally low prices.
Merchants, Pedlars and all other persons, buying to
sell again, can now buy as cheap as they can get them in
A general reduction will be made on most all kinds
Brown Sugar, 4, 5. G f7r?ri 7 cents.
t Best Loaf Sugar, 10 cents.
Coffee, i and 8L
Give me a call, and bring ymir money with
you and I will give you more for it than it is
worth, so that you can go home and tell all
your neighbors. Respectfully,
- WM. MURl'HY,
Surviving Partner of J. $ IV. MurpJiy.
Salisbury, June 1, 1846.
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us? n Eras;
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STATE OF NORTH llIU '
James Young, tnT c.hers,
w. i .
N. Gillon, Trustee of Freeze" & S !,
this case, it is ordered, laat ru'i'rsi': i
or three weeks, notifying the creditor ;
Still, to prove their claim before the Ci-i'-v ;.
at Concord, on or before the 17th daj? cf Ji .
Witness, R. W. Allison, Cler anJ lairr
r ts r i- r. f' I . a
oi equity, ior aoarrus ionnty. at u: i, -.
day of May. R. Wl ALLISON, I ,
?t2 Printers fee 3 00 I
Medicines. . Medicine:
TTE are receiving at D
ol'l ittanft tSe larffti
. MEDICINES, LWUME:,
Paints cy Dye-Stuffs, Sniccs J Perji:;
fancy ana uutejul ArltclcS,
vr nron'hI info !r.i ermnfr fS.m vtir ! !
. k r -
bills aad Catalogue. We w('. sell ery low'i
LOCIiC & CIIAi l IN.
Salisbury, May 11, l4l9
LEXINGTON FEMALE ACADEMY
LEXI.GTO., X. C.
IXTJGRESTOG TO PUUCHASEKS
er may be ih isnue of the approaching pnitic;il cam
paigT elsewhere the Whigs of Rowan and Davie will
be true lo their principles and their country, I accept the
With sentiments of great regard,
I Your oh" I servant,
j ! JNO A. LILLINGTON.
J. M. IIocser, and O. G. Foard, Committee.
, Piiilauelpiiia, June 8, 1848.
The CnnventioirassHmbled at 0 o'clock this
Ti'rniiijj, pursuant lo adjournment, shortly after
j :vl,Mh the President cnlefed and called the Con-
trnoi.n m order.
Tha Uev. Mr.' A t wood, of ihe Methodist
. n'ch. opened ihe Convention with an appro-
, . " lnl HiKjnent prayer.
minute of yesterday's proceedings were
h,,n read anil ndnoted.
Mf. T. IL Kin. if (ieor'ia. chairman of ihe
"""'ee on eieilentials. ihen presented their
t lM"1,f4V"ti was, in substHiice, as Pillows:
li lhal dvteentit WPr nresenl from all the
I C tpf and that their credentials
tri t ""rn uppoinieu oy in
fite ofTnas, but Ihnl tWey hd not yet reach
""r r) i W '!rnnr(.r,niiv with the
JJI" riWtrn of lhi Vil.T ..f
- p iiu-ir i-iu-, ine oef (rates
urn I .J:,;' " i I i . .
"nsitin oe empowereu o represent that
in Ihe Uonrention.
S" IB I
DC?3 Vt would call the attention of the
public. to t(iti advertisement of the Rev.
Jesse Ilnnkin, respecting his School near
Lexingtonl N, C. From the high charac
ter of w hie) i we have heard this School
spoken, and Irom our personal knowledge
of the qua ifications of this gentleman as
a teacher, we feel confident there is no
School in tliis section of country more do
serving public Tmtroniisre.
and ihe dfhiij'e continued ly several inmWrs
up to ill lijU put (in its passaej. : You will
seelhrit it Hid not mee with SO intn-h onnosition
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iu the Senate as it did in the Chamber of Depu
ti's. General Smith left f,r Vera Cruz ori ihe 24th,
to make preparations f ir emttarkiu ihe troops.
All the outposts haWTbcen ordered in to this
lien. Patterson's Division being the first to
move, will march for ihe const.
We will be hampered some with our sirk,
but this cannot be helped, as it would not do lo
leave those hehiud who are unaUe lo" travel.
Messrs Sevier and-Clifford left here for Que.
relaro with an American escort on ihe 231, at
7 o'clock. The esrhange of ratification will
lake place in Queretaro. The Commissioners
have foil power lo exchange there or here.
It is expected the ratification will be ex
changed to day. the 26ih instanf.
pro i r HE undersigned take great pleasure in nnnouncing
J to their friends, and the public genera!!)-, that the
; nrst session ot this Institution will commence the first
Monday in July, under the superintendence cf Miss L.
. D. Samsbcry. late one of the principsl teachers in the
j Edyeworth High School, Greennborouah. Mips Saiis
'. bury 's reputation as a teacher is too well known in West
ern North Carolina, to require any detailed account here.
Y e consider the tact of her name being associated with '
the Lexingtorn Academy, a sufficient guarantee to secure
both public confidence and pntrocagr.
The school is intended in its 'establishment to give a
thorough and christian education, both literal indornv
mm tim I
QZZ2 CLE yjLU. JlLiyil
rfl HE Proprietors of ihe CAru
JL BOAT COM PAXY hive pu
new Steamer - j
to ran reff jlarl v bet ween Vi!ininnnti
i p. j r3--r- r- -
1 at the hte redaced freight. She drawfbut
w.-.ter, hnving twaengines ami locoj'.ioiire I
' on! iLd
superior accommodations for Paeenen. j
Foundlitig. A little fatherless respon
sibility was found this morning in the
shop-yard of Mr. Wrn. Overman, scream
ing and kicking in a most childish man
ner. Sorrte person, as yet unknown, plac
ed it in alVebicle standing in tho yard,
evidently iyith a design of abandoning it.
From its appearance it is thought to he
several wjks old. It has, for the pre
sent, heerifproperly cared for hy those who
found it, .b.ut must of course, become a
County charge, unless its parents are dis
'Hut lW delegates from the States that
MaI r..U..!j . ii1 . .ii
i 'uhi, represented De allowed to Dll tucb
Near Mount I Harmony, Rowan County, on the 9th
instant, WILLIAM RODGERS, aged about 30 years.
In 184 1 , he-connected himselfTwith the M. E.Ghurch,
and continued a consistent member to the day of his
death. He hid been afflicted for 12 months with an en
largement of hf Spleen, which so deranged his whole
system that a ri anack,of Pneumonia which ensued eight
days previousao his death, baffled all medical skill, and
terminated hi existence on earth.
Whilst in tfie;Sgonies of death, he was. asked if he
felt that his sins were forgiven, he replied in the affirm
ative, arid lhajjl lie was willing lo die and attempted lo
repeat the following beautiful verse :
J3ut Canaan's land is just in view,
- Sweet spring is coming on ;
A few more beating winds and rains,
AndJ winter will be 'gone.
w an Ucellent neighbor, a kind and affectionate
husband and father, and has left a wife and ihree chil
dren ta mnnrn- iheir irreDtraWe loss. But their loss is hw
O We are authorized and requested to announce
Major HENRY DAVIS, as a candidate for a seat in
House of Commons, of the next Legislature of North
Carolina, from Stanly County.
O" We are authorized to announce the name of
CALEB KLUTTS. as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Rowan County, at the ensuing August election.
Operations upon the TEETH !
W. F. BA SO N, D. D. S.,
Thankful for the liberality repeatedly exten
ded by the citizens of Salisbury and Western
N. Carolina, agfiinofferhis professional services.
Orders through friends, or Post Office, direct
ed to this place, (in due time) will be attended
to the first ODDortunitv.
Charges reasonable, and the same as other
regular members. Advice gratis. y
N. B. Artificiajg Teeth, from one to en- j
tire sets, equal in "appearance to the natural V
and no charge, unless entire satisfaction after
P rrrrrrt TT-,n TV V faltla-!! T T RKavp W
E?q.,the Medical Profession, and citizens gene- Wa
Salisbury, June iS, 1848.
TIlHr subscribers have just received, direct from Fhil
JL adelphia &, N. York, a large and splendid stock of
Suited to the Spring and Snmmer Seasons, embracing
all the New Styles of Dress Goods, with almost every
other article in the Dry Toods line. Also, a well select
ed Stock of Boots and Shoe. Hardware, Queensware,
LEGHORN and PALMLEAF HATS, BONNETS,
CMBREMJIS, PARASOLS AND SCN SHADES,
O" The public are invited to call before making their
purchases, and examine the Stock of
M. BROWN 6c SON.
Salisbury. April 6th. 1848 49if ,
NEW AltlUVAl, OF
Books and Stationary.
WEBSTER'S large Dictionary,
Boles' pronouncing do.
Webster's do. do.
Walker's Dictionary, f'new edition),
Smith's, Kirkham's and Murry's Grammar,
Emerson's 1st. and 2d. part Arithmetic,
Smith's, Pike's and Smiley's do.
Washington and his Generals, by Headly,
Napoleon and his Marshalls,
General Taylor and Staff,
General Scott and Staff,
Alamance, (the North Carolina Novel),
Quarter Races in Kentucky,
Best French and English Letter Paper, superior ar
ticle ; Ink, Ink Sand, Quills, Slates, etc., etc.
U" Call at the Cheap Cash Store.
M. BUOWN 6z SON.
Salisbury, April 6th, 1843-49tf
All Goods conijjned to J. V.
April 15. ltS
mn f n I In nrLr t n 1 1 ir in n niom nKch ihi i r i
teachers will be employed in the d.fferen. department of i min5'onf will be forwarded CD the rii-rr.fce if c.
. .. w . 1 v iii " "in ir uic iuiiu'ii u iii iwt Attn i r '
several classes, with fifty cents from each pupil for estra , A" Pro',u,ce from th CJ fy?f
expense", viz lilc nrranu 10 iuu-ninwiv!
n, t;'ml n-,.. .;n -a ; ! Co.nniuniciMionsiiddriw
iv . .v ' v w ) iin ' iii i' u.;ii nit ruuii U" , it i it ,4
. . 1 V Lfr t r- rrt ry or V m I. I I
: X V.'l.H to sll my plantation lyiri
f j. in unvje cotinty, U.,tir mi.ei wi M
; contninin? HUlf AlTPS, of .Which
j cun'jreu acres are nrsi caie Douom
sion of Mr. R. W. Peteri ie. we'.l known for the Inst
three years as a teacher of Music in the Cdseworih Sc- !
For Reading, Writing. Arithmetic and Geog
raphy, per session, 3 00
Geogrophy, Botany, English Grammar, &c. 10 00
Chemistry. Rhetoric, Logic, Astronomy, Al
gebra, &c, 12 00
The Latin, or French or Italian Languages,
or either of them, 10 CO
Drawing and painting in Wafer Colors, 8 00
In Oil Colors. 13 00
Music on the Piano, &.c, the usual price of similar institutions.
linaril with nil neresarien Inrniuinl th YinrtrAor at . i i , r ri
r . : """' a;'J rooa oraer tor cu.tiratjna. it.erci-
irom to per session, or from SG to St3 per : It
month. ; DWELLING HOlTSi:,
All proper attention will be paid to the religious and j parn nJ npcesMry U-bilJr -
moral training ot the pupils, guarding against all extrav- 1 j 1 1 -
" .. v " ; fe , 96iuiaucuoi spring arr I a good orchard of self etiru t.
ogance in expenditures, in dress, 3cc. 1 . u . j. l n
AU K . r ' . ' v' . , . , 1 siring to buv, are requested lo call ami n..
Al! necessary information concerning the Academy, .., ;. 1 .-Ja ...t i
1 AC 11- ' ivcp u iiu 3 a 1 1. id 1 ii v w c 4.
tan Lrc iiau irum uir uiiuciMiiiifd.
IIKNIIY l. 1HTSBNBITRY, Esq.,
ALFRED II A KG RAVE, Esq.,
JOHN P. MABRY.
Hev. A. D. MONTGOMERY.
May 25, 1819. 1 It4
Referees. Rev. A. Baker, Salisbury, Dr. Dusenbury,
Statesville. George Greenfield, Washington Mines, Rev.
Jese Rankin, Lexington, Dr. Wharton and W. J. Mc
Elroy.Clemmonsvilie, Col. J. M. Leach, Lexington.
gain and make the terms accoiamoJf.:
April 24, 1843. j j
eternal gain.. -
Weston Classical School.
Keaf Lexington, Davidson Co. N. C.
THE Summer session of ihis School will commence
on Monday the 3d of July, next. Young men
can be prepared for the Sophornore Class in either of the
Colleges of the State. The subscriber can board 12 or
14 young men in his own family.
Board 6 per month ; Tuition from 86 to g!5 per
session of five months. JESSE KANKIN.
Jane 101848. 3t7
WILLIAM C. JAMES & CO.
ARE now receiving, by the most recent arrivals from
Boston and New York, tKeir entire Stock of Spring
and Summer Goods.consistingof a splendid assortment of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Hats, Shoes, Bonnets, Trunk. Single and double
barrel GUS, die.
The stock is hy far the largest and most commanding
ever offered by.thein in this market; and having been
purchased since the late decline at very reduced prices,
and many styles of goods at enormous sacrifices, at auc
tion and otherwise, will be sold for Cash, and on the usual
time to punctual customers, either at wholesale or retail,
at such prices as cannot fail to give satisfaction.
A call from "their old friends, and the public general
ly, respectfully solicited. Wm. C. JAMES & Co.
FayetteviHerMareh25, 1848. 49tf
WILLIAM J. PLUMMER
SADDLES 1D HARNESS .HIRER,
r"f AKES pleasure in returning his thank to all those
ALSO for kali: iZ5 .
Hunting Creek, adjoining t!:e &V
from 175 to SOOacres are fiit ra' :
drained and in cood order forcullivn!;
there are good firm building two 2
meadow and the plantation in excel t r t
d?termined to 6eil,will give a Izrz
terms eny. KDLLV
PRICE & .KESi
April 27, 1843.
Land for Sal
ON Monday the I2:h June nrxr. I
tationai niblie sale, lri;c ,r '
Creek, one mile below Nee'v's
HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACU 1
er property, two Stills and Vesir !. II
Wseon, Ifooehold and Ii:then i
made known on the dsy of ta.
May 25. 1?43.
ho have heretofore favored him with their cus
torn. He trusts and believes that Ue has given very gen- '
eral, if not universal satisfaction ; and nshe it for the pan, ,
so shall he continue to feel grateful to all who may pa- 1
Ironize his shop. '
He would inform the public that he has lately reeeiv- '
ed some very fine northern material, and is now better ;
prepared to do Saddle and HameM work than ever. j
His prices are not extravagant, but his work is pod j
He occupies his usjal stand, opposite to the store of Bo- 1
ger St Maxwell, and it ever ready to obey orders in the
line of business to which he belongs. He keeps on hand j
crooci HlrMk of adI.SIm KriI'a m, rt n err, ! harnru. i
Ate. fir sale, and oan most generally, furnith instanter. j which ime ihe contract wi.l be let r, it ,
cer. I ne eonrrci win on.j rm r
wall, which ia 10 be of brick ie i'. 1 5
PROPOS A 1?, under real. r f '
ran Church in ihe T " cf Sa 1 .
received by tl sabscrilwr nntii th-
such artiolea aa are required of him.
Salisbury. Jane 1, 1843
Beautifully printed and for sale here.
t j a .... r ir r,rrn,afi
April 19, 1843.