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THE BATTLE OF OUIt LIFE.
B7 scr. S C. JOXES.
Up 10 the strife with carp, "
Be thine an oaken heart,
Life's daily corilrst nobly thare,
"'Nor net a craven part ; ""i
Give murmurs tn the coward throng,
Jje thine the joyous notes of sonj.
If thrown upon the field,
Up to the task once more.
Ti wirf.f thin infntny to yield,,
'Ti.liiiiliMo deplore :
Look ftern .riifiun in. the eye.
1-"tAnJ breast the billow manfully.
Clcse in wiih every foe,
V A ihirkly on; they orne,
.They enn Jim lny the body low,
JVnd wnd thy spirit home :
Yet may's! thou stout it out nnd view
. ! What ciant energy yan do.
; Foon ria!l the combat cens;,
Tj.e strufTle fierce and ion?,
'And thine be true, unbroken peace.
And thine the victor's sonj :
; Beyond the cloud will wail for llee,
t-TIe wreath of immortality.
fit into thVsri r2.a,aiul aro operated hylfvtr.
Bv tif try uintvrnt-nt nf the lever, im in-d.Avm
the clilimm is (breed dawn with hhntetiy-iMr
to ilia di-iane of one o.. Til column is
dri.vvn up by means of a rack and.jinfn. Mr.
Newbury has constructed u wuikmsf
A MODFlL JPUEAGilER.
" The Rev Dr. Tvns. of New Ytj? ?em? to be always
ready for every good woik. frthelate nnnu1 meeun?-j j,0qUf1f nt,, with a younjrjflian, a Mr. G..
of the I" American Temperance Society," he is snid to j t,m.b Li,,,!,.! bv Irflde. and his wife. G.
lart)t trwterday.; the particulars
of a st-nV in r-Hls I iiK' tjiat in Troriianc'.
.equals iff vihie-st works jiif li;tiiii con
firmini: lhtnhi sav inff. that tuth is
.vo'nftime,sstrHMUT than Hrt ion.
will give it as n-ar as W ati re
collect, in.thf. lantftia; .o'i'nur itilonnant.
and vouch 0r ils being nui-ev-ry word.
Our narrator sax : I i
Jti the fall oPl 63-. husi(uss called me t,
Bafavia. in the Site tit N Y.rk. At
the hotel where I took hMinjr. I' tecVime
hivejnade, as if his custom, an able and effective speerh
a shSrt report of it will b'e found below. . Would tlujt
mine of his spirit and zeal were diffused among the min
isters f all our denominations, ?o that the miserable
tniffic In the " antrsed thing" migh speedily be ban
ished tfom the church and from ihe community.
TheRey. Dr. Tyiig thwi aid that he was t;lways
ready o gi'v'e ail ibe strength he bnd tflytu"cae of tein
pern nee. lie was requested to present a reso
which would require an evening's timeo consider. The
resolution was as follows jgj
seemed to he a business. fining . riiao, and
Was doiu? well, llw wile was a heauti
I'd I nnd lovejy womnn. apjparent ly doatinj;
oir'ht'r1 hostand. and in return idolized by
him. I left Bntavia. tut jolten my mind
teverted 'back. to the youny: couplo whose
aefiiiain'ancej'had niaihhtul whose pros
lution i p' Cis Hid so fair to secure? iht-m a Ipngand
Time rolled on. Two years after 1 was
at Bat a via, 1 arrived otietiay ui Lolnm-
tries Ktitrerina under the rHVi.tres of intemperance, Rnd ; lis. UfllO. Stepping infO a large atlM
would i-xten l the hand of deliverance to evefy nation j fashionable book store, to purchase -i book'
stralng to raise itself to the rtoral, civil and reli2ious j lo u avVfiy rVelltr with. vhomr?
i elevatiii whie-b, unjer a most gracious Providence, we. , , ,j , . !S ! . .. i 1
Thi resolution took up a very'prave subject. Jt epoke
are pcftnltted to enj;y
! FROM" THE SEW Yor.K 5CTEXTir:C AMERICAN.'
r MALLCAIiU: IliON.
vrorkinji tf iruri wliieh have ln- u p:tint wiili
ArnI variom i;i!jttiivfiiients in
inrr ni n Inrtrt. or.il Tlilanil ia nnftl in nnaliiv In inv
shouJl 1 meet with but G.. who proved ! iinhe county, and is welt adapted to the raising ol all
to be the owner. Ills bnsinex was pros, kinds of grain and tobacco particularly.
. ... i i i ' i. i Persona wialiincr t nnrrhnR will rilfnae rail on me in
ofthistlonasa.model. IMdoubtedly we mihr con- i ' ' TT,nr Mocksvitle.nnd I will iLke nl en sure in showing them the
sider ourelve3 as designed to be a model. Republican ; ". or lume more b.ippV. As hi pros- and.and as I am determined to sell I will give a bar-
fr.VenVfent wa-the model and perfected stare of bumaa pec's linuritenefl. be seemed to look Upon I gain and make the terms accommodating.
i . . . i . . . . . I ii'n . ii i. f.-
unVft-ty. r It beenn with divine appointment and would ill) s ciioseil eiimpatnoil Wllh even tnire
end with blessing. But' when he considered this as set i(ol;it alas ! that on So ovd". should
THB feoriscriber have thit
dav formed a Copactner-
sh.o under the style of WatOU OC UtfWZCe.
We will continue the 1
CB1NET lilVKlNG BUSINESS .
in all its virion hrarw-he. atlhe old tiand opposite, the
Rowan tfatrl. being thankful nd encouraged for past
favor, we would folicil a continuance of the same ; and
hope to please every one who favors us with a'call.
i david watson,
! W.M. BOWZKE.
Salisbury. Jinudry 11.1 848. 3r39
I WISH to sell rrry plantation lying on the sooth side of
tfie South Yadkin River and II inting Creek, in Da
vie County, North Carolina, four miles southwest from
of which about 500 acres are cleared (200 of which is
fresh,) in good repair, and upon which there are good
FARM BUILDlkoS. a good GRIST and
good meadows and all necessary conveniences for farm
s il1m r !
NEW 'BISiM !
DRS. BROW.T k JA3IES ,
' - RESTORER C
' CHROXW AXU V
' - 4.
HAVING purchased ihe Drtg Store forme riy occu
pied by U. H. fclnlias, woulU inform the public that
they intenJ keeping t all times, a Urge and fall assort
ment of '.. t
Physicians may rest asured thai ihy may at all limes
nkl.ln frnm km nilr anj CP It til tit! t ft iclt i ttto fttt-
thermore. that they will sell n cheap, (if not cheaper For Freer a m1 Jjve I
thanany similar establishment in this section. , wiw,orrM, iiwr.,
. . . I new ae utma, uimv
Annas tlHir Slot miy wwanilne-roiioinjTiz: ukenin the Restorer. r;
DYSPEPSIA, general .
akin, of the liver, of the I
billions affections, etc. V;
do. $150. I
upfor'a model n ition, ;ml commanded to revolutionize ; be so Unworthy an anye to look Upon,
the giijbe, it was firsj it provitice and itsdiity to heal it- ; a fiend lit know. 1 bade ; adieu, to vo. but
sejf. pur fathers estuhlihed the principles of "liberty on ; . ,. him. 1 thought jo IHNsell Slirelv
tk i.n; ..r,i,. v,...i . r ... ... c...r..i ii. i . t t ... . i . i -
, r- ill.- -ur.M .u llir "11111 i'l liou. 1UI nr Jll'uu uimn nil II lll H 31 I II I V OlMII Oil 'Mrill II IS III'
In llie la.il.fevv yca ".re pa.ti-ul ally wiih u do:mion e,f-tyranny of evils tlv.t we profess to renounce. ; l, Im'. ..w',, kuowelh what a dav max
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VtAv In obtain a,ttron, tnoh. ;iml ela-lie tin
tenal f'ir raihvay nxle, hee nnd b-1
patl id marhiiitTV wheie jrrent hliucks sire tut
arjiidaMe, we oh-erve a j:f!enl !i:ij Itn-ii taU'-ii
i out in Eh"IhiwI by Mr. Widivtell ..f ihi- Sjntr.
m L . I i r ... ' '
hit amachhie lor inan'iifat-tuifn irmi under va-
riu form, hikI iiiipaifinu ti. ii a tvi.t, I . y w bi b
We hfiil (ler!;ired ihe nliolitioii" of eiiti!, and yet we lnjmr foith. f'
were phder the dominion of an evil which it seemed no
etfori i-ou l remove. ,We declared that there bhou d le
no orders of nobility, but hud licensed an order i f nobil
ity coextensive with the Republic dukes cvf ihe dmni
sho'p.knd counts and marquises, down to baronets of the
Fjve I'oiiits, arid the other purlieiw of the metropolis.
W'hii'. had .we to do wiih the resi of the world while
A year .subsequent to the period las'
rti'-jitioneil. on a bright abd bfatitilul mor
n i rir, I met at tin post office in Cincinnati,
mv old llietid (t. He seemed' sliihlv
I I "
i fianed. I'pou inquiry! as to his heabh
and prospects. Ie in lie rued me that he hail
tailed in business, and that hi" bajiiiraire
WILLIAM F. KELLY.
Apiil 2i. 1R48. ; 14t52
CTThe Raleigh Register and Danville Register, will
please copy the above for ihree months, and send their
accounts to this Office tor payment.
" $25 REWARD.
ANAW'AY from the snbscrilwr, residing
near Concord, North Carolina, about the
1st ot Uecemlwr last, a nero ty ty ihe name ot
lOHN. John ts a very bright colored mulatto.
is aoout five feel 10 inches in height, straight and well
built h'is long dark hair and wears it combed over in
front and straight down vr his ears and ihe back pari
of his head ami when excited or heated by exercise
hi face assumes a Hush and ruddy complection. He has
a .-ar on bis left hand and one upon his right wrst
He has an axe scar on his left foot, as ell 119 recollecl-
IVrtiv. or Red Bark,
Bine Ma, (Eng.)
11 yd. Potass.,
Vial, (all ize)
Mace and Cloves', '
Indigo 5c Copperas,
Madder & Arnaito,
Le2 and Red Wood,
Candle, (all kiud)
Universtil or S:i f
for disease of the chest.;
for eonorrhcea , e'eet , f! j n r
kotlle, 8181 25 and f :
An Incoiriparal '
Tat5t MtrjciXE-s are if
prepared by hinurlf. an i ;
community for about ten
succew. A creat nutn'x-r .
session of his sgeota. and 1
Stores. We prese n t he r e :
: From the i:
. , t . . H Letter from J. Mi A. D:-
iiij-inrfi. iim-ih j
Leather dc Carriage,
Varnish, 6iC. dec
Aahboroogh, X; C7
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Da. Krax Desr i.r ; 1 1
timony.to the lenefi. i ii r
D-Medical prescriptions carefully prepared at aU Nn SmWieroia, w, s .
iiiivij iiuruiiMiirui, uui.
resorted to your Medicine-
it : he was eflectu!!y rure.J
of the Blood, ic.j 1 on 1 . -
rer tried them sufficient!) ,'
tied with their efScacy.
From tke .V.."
ED. W. BROWN.
Silishury. Dee. 16, 1847tf33 .
nsinro ueini('iive to the nn
h hepn .tnatle tu pais thnnioli i.!it. in reli-r
jftinc to the detfurli.tii of the lilac", psiruilr
In this operation, the patentee . 1 !- iron tin
,iiecesary twit, and alter waul-, h.encr, iui
wr otherwise woik it into bxni by ln-a "in tl
. I i f 1 f I I 11' .. ; . 1 . .1. . ... u :i .. 1. . I u: . ,.u it. ..
manure ial in a SIMiai ilir-el'llnn liotrau l ims oui ton.i i-mir ur m uiiimini were , , 1 i ... ; .l p.ten.lma from ihe end of hi bur loe near to ihe
1 i ,4 . K , was at tbe Hro.'KlWaV lloue. pawned lor exteniimg irom ine enu 01 nis nig ioe near 10 ine
loftilU(linallv.ns hitbe.To h, tf ,...,e. V ! """""I d"'" '- r pak ofa "f','!' "s , I ,,., itrir.1( ,. v.m! "'i IJt- f ,h',bo, Hr ,ook wi,h !"' he left me
J .; , , , .. ,V a mojel nation that would permit itself lobe dragged in ! ,,,N ,M,a!- I IM'I Mis !MS.!'tU" " n, W " ! a good p lir of cassinetle pantalKns. and a eHd bn.wn
.litis mean the iron is lender 1,4 loillli;wi)e duiins by ,u,h .demons as bound us" down j " ".V residemre in Ciucintian. and his ov;rCoa, and a i,air of ;biHs. He may have procured
fr reeisltnS tibrar'nm, and all other sin h f.i e M , ...u. ,h,.r r. Ami hn. " bei-ame- an ilimatH of mv tamilv. , free papers and attempted to make his way to a free
1 1 it ,...!... i.-.. ' , ivu.; : ... i. i ' i wbilst b.p t.iisbo w.ntito I.iwnsiill fl, i:ie,a8a tree man or color, or ne nny nive aitempi
" 'i on if v ri r nil i i uy , iinpoi iru ujjnniis- lor lie i ...
, was ready to say that five-tenths of rumseliera were front ; ettsjaije III business.
i other countries. The people petitioned against this ! D irill'J G's alsetce in iLouisville. I no-
1 slavery, but in vain. Would the city of New York suf- ' ticed' a jdark-coiiiplexioued. H' VOUIlj:
j ler itsejf lo be diued to ilefiih I Would the people matt IVftpieHl I V call for! bis wile. One
j forev-r subnet to track out the places of rheir chihlreii's ! day. the two d''oVf"ol.lt tifpiber. arid not
sepulchres .' Had he no rights in this community ?-
t I v
usual manner. The nvt hine (-ni.-t- of a ii w
it ' v i 1
erjTuI' ht'd.plale, with sMml .itdvleaier. for car-
r)jliirjj.the ' working! oear. Thi- cnii?ls d ji
pa'ir ff rnmnmn roller, through which the lar
! rel to niuiT. 1 l i: mi to siHpecl all v as not
Whei;ihe coiimiuaity had (tired assassins to destroy his ; rh I itntliedi tely wrote to G . at LoU
cli.uireti. was he lobe told that his only defence w;iS to isville. ililormini: hmi ofthe sT ate of a Hairs,
bisien his doors when they were sent forth to slay and ( ,hlluHr strucland Irani W with
deM. 'if.e. i despair. He pursued t be par' V to Cobmi-
In he iwifled liisi.iies. Dio-eilv oivx.Mie to ., , . , ... JT; . ' i bus where, they saf lsueilluill that nothing
. . i . ;eci s - ii was niixn nme iiiiit men snouiu speak siroiiii-
tlieae are another pair ol r dlcr of the :oie- di- y. Jh was the .luiy of ihe1 pulpit, and .boy of men sent
in'enio)li, ap(l with the ornoies ihrimh lii I. out .as ihe agents of II. m,' who had declared that He
ed to pass for awhite (nan, which his color would wel
justify. But I am rather i-K-lined to believe he is lurk
ing about Charlotte, ns he was raised in that town and
h-i numerous relations and acquaintances in and around
that place or he may he about Asheville, N. C, hav
insl a brother livine thre. Any information respertine
him, uiven t- me at Concord, N. C, will be thankfully
received. And the above reward will be given to any
person win) will deliver him to me, or confine him in
any jail so that 1 get him.
WM C MEANS.
Concord, N. C. March 29, 1P48 tf48.
TVRS. BROWN &. JAMES having associated them-
V -1 t I
w a ui in tna nrnciipp ot .si e.i irine' ran iiwivi ijar i . .i
" ..v . .. .... , - . - - I Letter Irom J.' K. Uaiium,
lound at meir arugstore wnen ni uroiewionaiiy eiiKBijeu. i i
Salisbury, December 16. 1847 tf33
High Shoals Iron works!
oust on couuiy, n. j.
. ri HE subscriber having leased the a
fciS JL hove FjStablishment, for the purpose
I w ot manufacturing iron, rtaiis, Vasiings,
f Spindles. Cranks, and all B!ack-
r Skill tr..-l. I I If . I
fly II imiiiiii TorK,nou niYinx cnoti Minrtimi
rjJ' an excellent Machinist from the North. he
will be prepared to make and fit up all kinds of Machi
nery at shori notice. Having spared neither pains nor
expense in selecting a omI set f workmen, connected
with hi own long experience in the above line of busi
ness, will warrant all work made at this establishment
to be ns well executed as it can be done in ibis part of
the country, and at prices to suit the times
WM: E. ROSE.
February Q, 1849 Ij41
Saddle, Harness and Trunk
!lll.4- jar nai-'es .d'4Meci-rI the au,e -ize. j would destroy i hem licit destroyed the earth, to speak out
Tlleiie il. mentioned roile', ... ..b .., ' bAl il-; TJm ''" ,h"'" hat they
'' iirtpropi-r had taken pbiee ; ;-iiid bis witV
promised To o;,i n mis f (, Would
return tlo re jm-i send lj r si' dollars, j
5 DOLLARS REWARD.
AN-VWAY from the Subscriber when m ois way
It In' if Own axis, lat tlie.iih i ); , fi.ini.- mnl
Jjearin in wliich tle'V w.nk. revolve i'l a veiii.
cal direction; and as die bar id' jinn is linced
of drawn through hoih pair of tulleis. the latter
'by their joint. vertical motion, in a-Mition i ib.-ii
would sir the .lay when they would rejoice that they
hi.l aeioniplislud that duty,ji matter at what persona!
n?k. 4 !
'ojA'tl rotation, twist the lojie iui. ( im n ic.
lj similar to that tf a wire rope, al'ier which it
may be wotkcil w into nny Imm in the usual
nl inner. lis fibre and lextint; will he f.mul
! similarity a twisted imiii barrel, and its tenai in
ajul '(Mjhtiess jg resit !v incieaed. j
'" In ihe northern pM ls of this Suite there a-ie-i
ft fne irin ores as then' aie in the woild and '
nWuhr.cc e lh" best liuihei.to rpake charcoal. !
i'ith all lhi'e ,ad'v;iiiiuef- over ia.ke maniifae.-j
t:jred itii), a; f ict ioj- article i not p; nluced.
V'o le. fievi? ibal rts ood iron as the Swedish.
i j From it,e Temperance Herald.
CO.'IING ALT (IF THE LITTLE END OF THE HORN.
lbs wife, one day, liil Fudge adJrroaed,
1 j Wlnle at ihe breakfast table,
" I ihiak, my dear, 'lis for the best,
I t As seeing we are abU
iTo keep a shop just over here,
) Wake njv, good wifejrul hear it,
And sell y;oo! -cider, wine, and beer,
: And every kind ofspiru.
from Vlorganton to this place, on Saturday last.
a Negro Man slave, mined SAM. The said slave is
nird ahoit 21 vears. verv black coinolexion. about
C'. yturned to L:ilisVi' r mitleil tbi- 5 feet 9 or l' inches m height, stout and likely. He
V. Jiinl neeiv.d in return t - U-1 w purcbase.J by ni- of Mr W T. McKesson, in Mor
. i -, ; , i , . , i I . ' gi Hon. who pi chaseil lnai of the estate ..f A Coiwn-
liolll Ills !.. loloi ilillio diilti ! hat he eouM ro i ii l i u . l
1 . : ninj. ot Ljre cou.ity. II. has no doubt mmle his way
never see her aain Mlt she loved all- . in,;k to thai county. The alv.ve reward of Twenty-five
I o'her man. ' ' D 'ilars will Im- paid for his apprehension ami confine-
! CJ. bowed o bis late with heroic lo'"ti- '' ",p"''' ,n ',ny J81' so 'J,a ' Ciin -e' him ugin, by making
, i ! application to John I. Shaver, Ksq , or to ihe subscriber
U'de and manly stoieotrf. apparently, hut j Salisbury, M iy I, 1848. E MYERS.
j his spirit v a crushed. 1 a w him in Lou ; :
isv.lle. a lew tnon.hs It.-r. His load FASHIONS FOR 1848!
M A I N 8 T K E T. SVLISUUR Y
Da. KchL Dear C.r . ."
entire satisfaction In this i
sima Mixture rsiecial!y. i-
never failed to cure in evety
I have never had enough i
will please send me a lar. -
arrive at home. Yt .
Milton Drag Store, At; I
Mr. Fmmnj, in the i. ,
Eq . Guilford cout ty. for m
and Ague. treated wuli Q .
out any eflect ; kui wss t k -
third part of a piot Ken-t( r,
live Powder. !
AGENTS IN NO'.:
J. II. Exxm. Dm:
Piiifeb iSi VonKt:, i'
TtlOXAS J. IloLTON,
Capl. Wm. Slauk. i.
J. P. Mabkv. P. M
J. J. & K. Sloan, C
A. S. PnuTEK. Dn:.
James Uuax.ndck, V,
SaMSOX KlZEIEil. P.
WbOLLKX At! 15 RAN N
J. M. A. Drake. A
K. Corns Ai Co.. I "t
Piiiur Keitxck, P. . ;
And now, dear ?
atjjlil he inaiHil'.n tnied here, were the pna-e?
c? om!ucled ly skilful ami placlicaT tticji. .
JiSOAPE FIRE LADDER.
'i I IMr. James Cox, ol 1 V-nns Ivatua. has invert-
llftLati P.caie fire lajiler. which is .represented
4 j lb U lv.beinj very clVertive ur the purpose fi)Y
j tf nded. The ladder is in live sections or slides.
, j isiiiounled. upon wlo'Is, and when the slides
' j rjrts drawn down nr. titled in tle'ir heds, cccnpics
iloniore space I ba n t lie body -f a vehicle pro-
j dnVtioticd lo the M.c f llje hoc!. The Iniiic
, of'lhe carnage I so , ci.nstiucie.l that ii ma In
? lisetl f an elevator to ".be any (lere of uici
! i ! . . . I . . . . ' ... "
y a lope, ami
d at the bottbin of ihe fust slide t
i I' You will not show, resistance,
Eut like- a trasty help-mate give
I Y) ir very best asgitincc.
At illustration and ilrniga
MI know you're gord .it mnking,
iVay what's most proper fur a wg i,
Tor this 'ere undertaking i"
;1 Well, my husband dear, in matters great,
J I You know I don't resit-t you,
jAiid in ihe thrng you've pleased to stale,
( I'm witling to assist you.
,I:d paiiit a horn, my loving sir, .
i. It is the best, depend on't,
Wiih William Fudye, the Taverner,
i Half out ihe little end on't." f
.!. ' JONATHAN.
"Caledonin, April 4, 848.
was perfectly jrrel. bis CiiunfenaiK'e lllar
I Ued and hazard. Thej joyous dieum of
'"life had lied ; the eorea-ous o(ry of morn
j bail become the murky j darkness of mid
j niuht. Poor man ! My vny soul grew
; sicj as I izaz 1 on his hatleied fi ame and
I hairgard countenance, and read on it dark
! and desolate despiiir that bioiidetl where
i once had :b ame( so brihily the sunshine
! ot hope and happiness.
V OK AC BJ II. RCA CCD, aaaaDpPs,
M JL h is just received, (at his old stand.) from New
York, the American ami European Fashions, (or the
Spring and Su. inner of 184S, and will continue to re
ceive iheni q nrterly. ; He is prepnred to execute all or
ders in his line of ihe trade, in a fashionable and work
manlike in inner, at the shortest notice. From his long
e.ierieiiie in the art of cutting and making garments,
he feels ctnifl lent thai he can give satisfaction to his
He repe ctfu'ly returns his thanks to his friends and
Branirdh,i FilK (
Da. B. DsAxcirni
Demr Sir t I hare beer :
uable Fills for the last f. ve j
tell much at first, but a Her t-
r I 111 E subscriber having established himself in ihe
JL TtcA-n of Sa'isSury, for the purpose of currying on
ihe nlxve business, respectfully solicits n share of poblir
patronage. He pledges himself, that his work shall al
ways be done in ihe very best style, and his prices lo suit
He will keep constantly on hinj Saddles, Bridle;
1 nrll i,smi t II nrmrma Onllarm SLilii.1! I IT . TrM., I .1 .....
, I ineni 10 sen Dettertnan t j
I tilitem ttr .Vc Alan 1 1 1 riiw St in in a ln I 1
, y , " e 1 wririf Hif 01 some s;x e r
per ieatneroi tne very Det quality always on hand w hich I nj rai My Safet y
tan oe iniuiu tow iur tusu, or on a nori crcuii 10 prom pi I .(reth r ills in tny own f.ilt 1
customer. ery case, and in i wTnt y o
In a.Mitton to the above, he resperuully informs the I of chills and fever and
,,u..... ...... w.i ..- . 1 ....... . 1 1 M.rons with chills an J ir
ana otiu& .ii.iAi.iu u c in me i own of
S'a:esvi!!e, where he will always he happy lo see his old
friends, and supply them with any of the above enumer
Thankful for past encouragement, he hope by close
piease io l enu me one r.u :
and good to sell in cor -
I would have written tt 1
Lane, tut did not ktiow
the public for their liberal support tendered him hereto-
... I ....11 .... 1... ;., 1 rr ... i 1.
1. f r 11 I loic, ttiu win ru iruvi'i ifv iiicirasru rutins 10 uieuM; ills
n the meantime, Mrs. O. had married , lf.ri, ,i.,,i,,,ne ,.f .i..r r,L
her oi.iify paramour, xyho. :or improper
conduct on her part, hajl sought and oh- '
tained a divorce. She was nov an out- !
east uiHin the world : biir beitiir an attract- !
HORACE II. BSARD.
N. B. A'l kin Is of country proJuce taken at the mar
ket prices for work. .,
Salisbury. Mirch 23. 2rt48. tf 47
ive woman, she soon inveitrjed into her tra
ci'sun inexperienced yoiino man, who mar
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
FOR 1847 At 49.
! , ji d her He. too, sAon, tor just cause oh- i Just ReceiTcd at thc:Ncw Tuiloriiis Establishment.
t-ertifirate of Awm t. t.1
attention, not only to merit a coniinuance of the same, jJ to sell the grfia;ne
but a considerable increase for the future. grIU forall J, hl'., ht. ,
iiis snop is one floor aoove l. w. Drown s store
and just opposite the Brick Row."
WM. II. MOWBRAY.
Salisbury, January 27. 1848 ly
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE
From the Communieatrr.
To i llxo .FviesMl of Uie 'Fojiipcrancc
ta'tued a divorce. JMrs. G.. or now Mrs.
j ISr:. vasjio;iiu married., in an oll man.
! a Mr L ; but not until she hail made him
'settle a lh roe property ;on her tlrst. lie
; sn died m a mysterious manner every
body bebevinjr he had 1 beetf:tpoisoiied bv
j liis w ieki d wife. .
Tip' next I heard of 3ier, she H'iix mar
I WOULD respectfully announce to the citizens of
Salisbury and its vicinity, that I have located in this
place for the purpose of carrying on the Tsii lorill fS
RUM tlO. in all its. various branches, and I hope by
strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of
.,..ki: . . i .a,:..n : ...!.. r. i... vt . I
piji.il . n. ... i;tt. & irtflr iruuu ii..ui ine or. 11
BllOWX & CAKCR
SALISBURY. ISO. CAROLINA.
Iltie carnage h so, c..iiinicic.i mat n m:i I,,--; t 'asi iii .ortli Carulia. ; ri.-d to a Uotino; Mr. SI of New Yrk. a "any worn that 1 may io.
dt . . i !!'? . , i . ' i i . . I li'ive now in my e.-nplov two first ra
oi eleialor to "lie any (Je're o inc. I. ; Tjiie (iran l Division ot the Sons of Temperance of sprielulx , talen'ed V uisr m in. belonirm iyf y shop can be found in T. L. Cowan
uttion bTt-hf ladder. The hubJer itsell i.s m.iv. ;!(N"oi! Caioana.at its Session in January, adopted the . Iicom d' the (ii'st lamilb S ill tha State, j GEO.
d by a nam and pulley. . The i..pe i. attach. L rdi!oro Co:ninutii:aior, as. the Organ of the Order in S. Was on itinerant; b'q'urer. and ill com- Silishury, Sept. 23 i I?47
the litest FASHIONS, and shall snare neither tin... r ! riHEY have on hand a large assortment of Tinware
expense in giving satisfaction to all who may. favor me ' which they will sell cheaper than can be had in this
witli their work ; always holding myself, responsible for 1 darl "f die State.
anv' work that I mav do ! Also. Mills on hand at StJ cents per lb uiittenne and
I have now in my e.nj.lov two first rate Workm-n. 1 Iioon,,!i f4,ne on stioit notice. Old copper and pewter.
s Brick Row. 1 t(eeswax, tallow ami leathers, taken in payment lor work.
" ery re?;n
These Pills are eile r :
ere n In in rirrr Intc-n in r1
highly respectable prniie, -fc
James, Salisbury;; ! ;.
W. Haneycutt.Gold Hi;! ;
J. Krider Si. Son, Jlout.t S t
this incite. In l:ikinu this step, ihe Or'an.l Divisii.n was pany wiih his wife, spent
Ii ' . . ' . susiaiM Hie Ij IIIi
s aain fastened lo the bottom rmy; of do .e. ;r4,j, Carolina,
oml n'c'iinn or elide. When the riank is tin in nriitciples. To
Ivorked by a( cranks tu.tl m,.i r a PIle, !f' " in thi city. (Lxin-tod.) about two y-ars
" . . - su- nia ne i. i nor in ine anemia 10 uevo:e one naner in ...... i. ...... i... I I . ... ......I...I i. .........
Z S---- '-'IV.AlTSIISiri.IlllB ..III V IIP llll IM
. tothe excUiaive dilfusion ot' Temperance H,.re. lie v-asiio ed for her eau V and
M.1 . .1 -'.
principles. o meet tnis emergency, patnoiic" appeals ..r. i- A I , ..
I rd the rope I wound round the axle, and as its hive;bien made to many memhers of the Order in this ,u ;. I . : i: ' '
- , ' i Ihey Wet'e U Iji'MHttU), titos came of
l'tio?!i is !) trtctied.it of cnree raises the second Stijej; and this appeal has .not been in vain. NVdy : a lj.r'.,,j m, ,,,,.,. ", X.-w Jersey S
I Section, lohich it i lastcm-d. flom its Led to bavepliey come forward ami respon.iect to the call Ilius
i It- ., i.... . f iUv. r.. ...it .. 'i i .i made to them. Buf as there are thousands upon (Lous- ,
I Ine lop ot ine ura section. se other sertinns : s , r
I i i ands'iof Temperance men in North Carolina, who nie
luo rai.ie-d in trio same manner. Ihe ladder 1 Ji , r , . . . o r ,T.
.j , , 4 ;iiieiiileis ot the Order ol the Sons ot I emperance;-
jtnay he elevated in a second jor two to it tin anj Wh vet take an active "part in the 'prose, utiyn of
:ei.tii, and he made of any hieht by inereas deTe,per.nee wm-k. dare we hope that they loo will
i . - , -, r . . ... eoine forward, and e.lectually sastaiiV the etPat that is
I itl ihe U'llCUl of its srcll.nis. ire iie may . noWabout being ma le, of sustaining a Temperance pa-
i ,1 I I . . k ... ' .... J ;?. .1. ... v!..,.. 'P.. .1.. .... ....... t'..:
jjc uicu as a proieciin ao-ainsi nrt. r'i? -'iie. u.ecnoinoei.
Salisbury, Maruh 2, lW4d
RliFiiRKNCM. IMr. Gould has been cutting undtr
mv i nstructions for the la$t five years, and I cm with
confidence recommend hipi to the citizens of Salisbury, !
a capable.of giving satisfaction in his line of business, j
THOMAS M OLIVKR. Raleigh. N.C. '
: a pp'ti I , as brethren who are all engaged tn ihe same
had killed his beautiful et wicked wile.
and thus ended he daik career of a wo Wild Cherry and Sar.a;ia. ilia Pills,
tnan u hose oraees and i,crom,,W,in.-riis Are (, Twe pUrSutivt and a Pa-
sno.uiM nave maoe lnejeirre ;i wliieli
mo ed. brijiht with joy bistead of dark
with wile, S. is now an inmate of the
Xevv York Ivmafic AsUimii.
1 saw O.fri Louisville a few days since.
T F. FRALEY is ever ready to make CLOTHING
j JL' in the latest style, well done, and warranted lo fit.
i He nlso keeps for sale READY MADE CLOTUIXG
very cheap, lie will ao teach the art of CUTTING lo
! any wishing to learn, ns he is agent for some of the most
i f.ishionable Tailors of New York and Philadelphia. All j published in the New Y-
kimis ot clothes cut at short notice." froduce taken tn ' the most powerfully
SIX Lectures; on C
Consumption, ! Am K
all Female Diseases. !
jer 50 cts. ; bound 73 c:
Shoulder Braces an 1 (".
any part, 50 cts sttr"
bv mail, letter ivita e
8 to glO.for all Kei ; -Womb,
and Weat 1 k k .
., U !. .' r .
. t r ,
poners, give neigtn inn i ;
fif person next lb f.crf-1
lure, mention which ;:?
of the shove crrwula A,"
. e ...
Broadway, NewiYork, j
February 24, ?4- I
rilHIS truly V-reni 1
JL splendid illurtrr.n
TTVR Le Roy's Pills are a new medicine-which has
payment at market prices.
. JUST RECEIVED
ALARG supply of very superior Salaeratus. Poaps,
Perfu.nery, P.nnts. Truses, Oils, Candles. Garden
jnt appeared, alid is fasi taking the places of all anJ f10" SrrJ ol 8,1 ki,,d!, P"ml nn,t vrnvh Brush-
er . C . 1 1 i, i.fr,t . i . ......
a ra .
' J ........... .... ....v.. c ... .... ! f II "
o'hers of the s-nne class. These pills are composed of , e9,i ... iWa-
ff "n,i K' d ciuse. We all ri.ghl against one and i bead. a. lew V eat! ago dark S the ra
ihisame foe; and how can we successfully light , un-'i . . . J : ., ... ..' t :, .i
i '. . i . , , - . vens yxiniT. is now white as the driven
leas ft here be comnned action, to disseminate our prm- 1 '
eiies ' Let us all. t.retbren. iro hau.l in han.l to sns- ; snow. His CoUUteriHllCe. once SO bl illht
lam K. Ashard, of tin-city, ha sub- ! t iiiies ; ' Let us all. nrethren. go hand in hand, to sus- ; snow
taipUhe paper, which is ihe pioneer in ibis got ions cause. ;iid h:
many ingredients, but the two principal one are Sarsapa
rilla and Wild Cherry, so united that they act together ;
the one, through its admixture with other substances, pu
rifying an I purging, while ihe oiher is strengthening ihe
Salisbury, March 23, 1 848
B SOWS ct JAMBS.
hich tests on the $!!' of the ton) h hole
floirk i a simple lever, which i brought d..wn
Wijh force upon. lhn elmnldcr of the j.iimer. by
iin,1ans i'U kinall rope uiiarhnl. and the pnm- r
fjl, jliiled And the' jjiin discliar;.df This will
J ' '' . '... . .' ' .
BOOT & SHOE
ver ne lore uiscovereil. In other m IT? ..w.r;J-. .i l i r r
rkof,womed,cines.anddoitmnch : Trf tLf , T f nfonnint the
ve know of, for ihey remove no.h- yJl fVy mt? V,C'n',' ,h' l"
hut the impurities; s, that while Lil"? ' J " f hu.ines. ,n S.lrhury,
.. . ' "'oirui corner Ol n I nun ii..hm . . m
ni T .1 1 . .1... - - .. . . ... .. tnev nurge tfiev strengthen : an. I heme ihev en use nn .le. . . . " " '
u T L r , .m.u..o. "r pictous OUUl. a. Ml tl,e w lekefln, SS ol a bihiation an I are followed bv no re iciion I)r I.. " 'n nte,w here he i al ways prepared lo an
Tilth and breadih of ihe sua te ; organizations Mvit f i, , tV. . ... ouiiaiion, an i are mmmed ny no re-action. Ur le swer ihe rails of hi fnen.t- in it,- ...-i
!i.:...r--.i 1. 1 .1.... ...1. billen wile. YVihout on- ray o bone lo Rov's Pi Is have a w..n lerfil inibienee on ihe hlno.l ib rf ot tin tnend- it the most pnneiusl man
f'jlie 10 iu iiioi it. i-i 1 m -j- i 111.. 1 it. jiir viie:e n . 1 - , j
Coufitenahce. once SO bright system. I bus thise pills are ai the same time tonic and
. . nttoninT Mdi.lr'tlit .n I - n .- on. I ui.rarU n.....U- I.. I...
b. 1 . .LI t 111 . a it 1 - ' in it lh n;nfr. which is ihe nuinpcr in III is trni umsi rnce 1 uiifl huiu.r iu iw n f 1 1 . ...I ...iL vr", . -. .. ,.,...,,...-.,,.. u-, i ntpuun . nr uy
milieu 01 ine naval O.ucail HI V tMilnl..li, a , TV " ' . ' . . .,' l. .. ..V. . i 11 : V m bl never leb.re discovered. In other
.r 1 ns r icon hit ine i.uiiiii m,mii iirnuirs n iiuir an i wi i - -
Lock and Primer, for rantum ami oihe, rd- l,,.!,,,,, ... ,be adv .m,-.,,,,, f ,be l,,, "'ni 'i,v" iotm,x . Hex er spea ks sa ve words ihey do the wor
u.: :'. ..ri. . . . .. ' . i dX ,.i he al.f.r wbieh hi-e 7.,-iloiu'v -la- '. a 1 ' Cc h a 1 1 a 1 1 a ll revel and then he better than any two we
ii.in-e. i .in- i foior i- niacin sieiu 01 pa. "T - - , ., . ....... in.r lVm th I K- ; ,k u..
, , i . ,y r , , . I i).. rel. i iaesoer ine oiasieii prospects ol an alls- -' ""c " ' ",ni "mf
i-i, v. ...... i, .i.iii , Miuiii.,- ru !.. ru.r!ne nrir-ini7-ti nn. t hrmw .M.t tl.u . - .: .1 I .1 i. i "rJ posir ..ty Kiit-ii-iiiru . rtiiti iieiice oiev cause no lie- ...: n ... , ...
an.) are fol owed bv no re-action. I)r T L ""'""I' r''ni in n-
tlo ftw ay yiih the match and ihe envcinm -nt
A SON OF TKMPHRANCE.
V ill probably secure it. The expense of the . tUt 8oue. to give ihe foregoing communication an in-
l lock and primer .is but IriHin. i The hitler can ; ,u" Com.
i t ' i . . . ... . . i . -r -.i ... .. .. . . ..'
.i. ..i ..... Ir..l ii K.!. I i ; .i ., L 1 Ills I esn hI i.-.iliw nt ilu It., inn oh i v onri I wi moui weanen nff ii. on I inev remove II
I IIP .III" T-l ini.jnru, iruti u.-. i uriui.' iinihl Ul ill. ...FIR " - ' . . I II" " - ... j . - - nB flOU tie leelM fJlTl
1 ii ..i i xv. - I . .. i . . . ... nnilO'ia nartir ra irfnn lhri'hvlhwhu' nai. m.r.v.ri.1 in. . ...
we jiive uuiieriaiien o ma i ler oj wino name v. e ma y i mopes aOir. presenoj tftat l)1llS ear II n ., r , y .. v.... . u , fUinM will warrant
' fiii . ... i . u .1. . . i i. 1 . ' to It. il.l. an.l thu ni'ike uiini.r an nit.r .nrw.a,l..l 1 . .
oe-Rnown we nave an uie iime oojrui iti view. ..t , . 1 1 ... I .i I . i . ,...r ... .. , .....r-..-,,- . an ,Bn ,..,..n -k
U ...... ..... i.'.. i iJ L . : i an Mn-irtni- crvf n fl( it(t a M(tn ! itv. A there ia nil ,!hi I if n rii-iff : a., fh p. !. nn n i . . .
Ijoine 10 oie rescue-, nieiii;en : in unmn, mere is - ..v. " . , rir .1, n
JI . , .. . . , .. .. - .u-L ni9i.n.l!.... iKbn,...; -.r.U. ii -r irpurw, JnTll
srrenirr.h. " I, mted. ire Minna a'ruiect . ire 1i!l : i , ... ....... ... ..(-.. ...s,.i uu ui.ii rxceneui oi
m o. nieT?. v. u, l U never siruinswr rnrtures tne gligestive Feb I 18J$ fi 11
I adtni'e an eneroije, speaker ; (said feictions. tnt causes.them to worU in a perfectly natural 1 ' "
old Hol-er :) -raceful net ion jsn orand help "' " n .' "J "? j" ,aiin- ,h7' ' '; .ome
1 ' niwrn,iii iii ii pile and envu-.ate, but the contrary ; for while h is ihe
ner. Hi vine e oployed Mr. Jacob I-rler to superintend
h.lent that hi experience and faiih-
to his customers -the most entire
arges for srnes. boois. &.c.. and al-
he ns moderate ttr ntrssible.
JKRBM r AH BAHRINGKR & Co.
Bv Jacob LErt.EK.
he fimilied ut 83 per thousand.
NEW LEV KR PRESS.
V bt.vo f dinoioir nf ii iifv lut-nr
, . s 1 i i c
r. inrenfel l.v Mr It Wluuv nf 1 1.5 - ' " i fv ' ' 1 lH' tH
. c...... -.. I I i:-r ... t : .... 1'tdibe utboou d. lliHtil trel meat rolieil up in
f mi uiny ii"ji iirimr loiiy, in i i" in 1 1
$jmvinj of it. In place of Ihe common upright
ImT.nrka.nf tn TYTill H
to Ol'Mtftefol Words bill 1 iiinvl f. il.nl T IIMfM-rlV (if lllp S:ir9:in-.ri!l.i unll.,! -. !l ia u.iil. WAiXX J Yf Uwl Ol
g . ' - - .... , ..... . ....... I llil' j r . I' , .n... ti n . ii .niici III" j ;
II : r - i do not like to see n mat) become so Wild re.llenta,to iemove.airihai isimpare.it is equally the TTnTri..,Ia, "
To Prrsrrve Beef Steals. As the warm j deriarmrton sto knock a bv Man,ler Property of the Wild Cherry to retain all that is natural - JTCHhias S Vertical Water Whttlrfnr sale in
. f i in u MtiMriuii as iohoock a t) sianilei s an I sound ; an I hence a robust state of health ia the cer- i F ayetteeille, by
seison is fil Hppioathiojr. when meat cannot hat across a hall, leavintr its contents of tain result of their 'united operations. i . T AfNPll'l At On,
And in Lincoln County 4v
E. A. BREVARD.
March 12, 1847 15
screw, lie inserts an iron column, with, niches
pit Q(4 upon tVo of it kides. Knuckle juiuU
lekeit mre than a day r two in a fresh stale, dickers and louobuuts to be; serambb-d For sile bv Messrs. Brown & James, Salisbury-. J.
f im inconsiderable benefit t. many alter and trampled on. T doii't like p ; ; l!,rr- n?ioo ; Phifer &ork. Concord. Price,
and I have cause for ho' likirnr ft. or I was JX y ' io-jw1
Injlian cm meai. if will keep fr-h f,r Cn or ; scrvetl so once mysjU'. I here is some . CIAUS and TOBACCO.
d iys. The eakhould l e laid d.wn in reason in w hat the lifjlle man said. Many Jhand the finest Regalia. Principe and Havana
pieces from one io two or three .pounds and oaeli tfol speech is spoiled by mersTeppin'o Cl,rs. , Aisof ,h very best old Virginia chewing
L:L..,.:..i i.u ,u. .....i . 1 .1... k.,..K. ' ....:J-i : V." Itlri. -.. 1 1 i tobaeca, besides a (JUaatity of fine smokang tobacco.
jilViu tuicicu tuiiiti) muu iuij uivai. i tut uuuiiut vt uai ui ; m US ue;i very. tf33 BROWN k-JA ME
Just printed on NEW TYPE
l ccilent rlrER, for Sale at this OEce, I
published. A copy th-i
eiy moderate drinker. '. 1:
phlet of 32 larce o-ihi j
one copy 1?J cents, tf
Orders through jhe "-t
prompt atlentioa. I Nrn -
a ready sale for 'this wok
OLIV L ,
March 1, H4tf;
CTPapera gijiaq; i'.. -rpieutmt
insert tun, w
the ILstory of the, 1a:
The bcU ?2i
The - SCIENTIFIC
12 Fulton sr., New Y t :
best Mechanical pub'.t . :
It has attained a lar.;
Mechanical papers pL1
possesses such fn! nie :
genee on Scien ific m! . i
that no publication of i'
Each No. cotitair, f
cravings of ihe ok'i ii
of American Pstrnrp. -each
ueek ; noj.ces :" i i
ami scientific invent i- i - ,
and Trades, wiih en2r.
ehemifl experiment ; :
Europe and America ' k
menis, published in a
than a hundred enern i
It ispoblinbej week!-,
dapted to bindirvi. an J j
the low price of Tiro L
adtonee. and the rerr r
Address,! ( ;!!
POST PAID? ! i
Bound Tolnmes cf t1.
416 pa(ea of choice tc
more than SCO en enu i-
the office, Prices' C2;7:,