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tlM toy and receive weekly, ndt lew than thrc6 dollars ;
except it bo shown thtuchY.ckneM or disability be
brought on by his own improper conduct,
"3d. No brother reaiding within five mijei of the divi-
i uton of which ho i n. member, $hall be entitled to bene
! fit for more than one week prcvioua to hia cWsc being
, rrpttrted to auch diriwon. No benefit shall granted
lew time: than one week. All arrears, either for
thira or fines, ah all in. every case bs deducted from the
flrt paj-racat. '.' j .
I i.8eo,4.' Ia case of the death of a brother entitled to
'bonefittjlhe vuin of thirty dollars shall ba appropriated
; tin, a funeVal benefit. The W. PJn the absence of com
petent relation or friend!, ahall take charge of the fune
ro),ind eep an account of the disbursements.
tj'Sth. On the d -aih of ihgTw'tk of a brother, also bene
ficial; henhall he entitled to the sum of fifteen dollars
: I as of funeral bt-ncfit. - ,
'", ?' At .; Offence. Sec. 1. Any member who shall
oftend ft jninst these Articles, or the By-Laws, shall be
I subject to be fined, reprimanded, suspended or expelled,"
!m two-thirds of the members present, at any regulai
' Vinecting, may determine.
' V '.')nA. . , Every -tnembor fchall be entitled to a fair trial for
lany oiience involving reprimand, suspension, or expuL
won ; but no nvmlier shall be put on trial, unless charges,
duly specifying his oiT-Mtce, lx; submitted in writing by
a Tirciiiber of the pivisiun, ; i 1
i 3d- When charges have jbe'eri preferred against a
brother in a propur .manner, or any matters of grievance
between brothers are brought beforeithe Division, they
shall be referred to a KpeciaJ committee of five members,
THE. GERANIUM PLANT)!
ik'lio shall, -with as l'.tlle delay as the case will admit,
summon the nartin, examine and determine the matter
in nuestion : and if their 'd"citiori does not involves the
UnpejiiMon or expulsion of a member, and no appeal be j
taken from it tor the Division, it shall be final, without plant
,thrr action.' Should the committee be convinced of the
, necewityof suspending or expelling a member, they shaH
submit a motion f)r the purjKwc to the division for-action.
i ' 'i , .
J4th. When a inrtion for the expulsion or suspension
of a memlnir shall have'b -en submitted in due form, it
ajjiall be announced at ono regular meeting previous to
action beinff takein . and the accused shall be summoned
i to bj. in attendance at the Division, at the time When it
may hive leen determined to consider the question at
i whkh ,time, whether the implicated member be present
or rwit, the Division miy proceed Ijto consider and deter
" fnine it. Two-thicdi of the menjb?rs present voting in
; favor of the motion, It shall be carried ; but the Division
shall b fully conietent, while such motion is under con
' sideratiuii, to vary the penalty from the original motion.
j- See. 5th. When the decision of a committee appointed
llnd r See 3d. of tliis Article, otherfnHS final, shall not be
SfSitisfictiiry to all parlies', either of Jthose inVrested shall
have tlie pnvilege of an appeal to the Division ; and at
'the time appoinb-d fir trying the appeal.the committee
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. l; h. fiiGoqasEVj
Flowers hnv a magic power to re; touch
the associations of their dajT5.)Tough our
path mHy have led over the ,stew and
thorny places of the world, for mfny years,
yet the unexpected sight otfthe pahs grass
flowers, and yellow kin-cUps, v6 gather
ed in childhood, brings barck the: cool fra
grance of life's early morning. Jfthii wea
ried traveller chance to Hnd in foreign
climes such planis as he pulled ly the
singing brook of his native glen, the road
leaved Iris or the bright crimson Lobelia,
straightway he is a boy again, and sheds
them fondly into his mother's lap. The
hoary woman, unto wliom ihere remain
eth little, save the arm chair in tlie chimney-corner,
and the oft-rerjeated c iunsel
to her grand-children if she see, among
its lustrous green leaves, the pujre white
Camellia, remembers the thrill with jwhich
its cool petals drooped over; her forehead
at her bridal, arid is lost amid the wander
ings of fairy land. f I I
The smile, or the breath pf our familiar
home-flowersrestore to us in after life,
the careless innocence of those dfivslwhen
dants. Lorn in a foriega clime., whom, -of
course sh had ife.'vdr,seiist' 'fia ."so !'0xqu!sjs
i te was, ibei r beauty, that Jrjwould i not
have bleen surprising hpd a thrill of pride
heightened the pleasurfc with iwhicb !she
painted the joy of such a rnjeeing. The
youngest was a babe of lessfthan a year,
and we who often shared it playful wilej,
fancied that it had growp languid, as if from
some inherent disease. Yet its lrge
black-eyes still beamed) wit strange Jus
tre, so! that neither parents nor nurse
would allow that aught affected it, save
what arose from the change.of habits! iht
cidentail to the confinement of the ship.
Yet that night, the mojher more uneasy
than she was willing tp confess in Words,
decided not to leave its cradle. In the sa
loon adjoining our state-room, she tpok her
place, and when, we retired, the fair in
fant lay in a troubled j sleep. Yet even
then the spoiler was nearer to it than the
mother, and ere the morning, be smote it
in her arms. We found her clasping it
closely to her bosom, if? fain to revivi
fy it with her breath. "-Masses of glossy
black hair, escaping from their confine-
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WHOLES ALBr & RETAIL.
HARRIS: & CRUMP
ARE now receiving from New York and Philadel
phia, a large" and splendid 6tock of
FALL And WINTER
which they are determined to sell as low as any house
in this part of North Carolina, consisting of all kinds of
ladies qnd gentlemen's dress goods, of the latest and
newest styles, which have been selected with great care
and bought at the very lowest cash prices.
For Ladies Wear.
Beautiful silk Lustres, Mode Cashmeres, colored do.,
satin striped do., Mouseline de Lanes, silk and worsted
Lustres, Cheni Aipaccas, bl'k and col'd Merinos, plaid
Ginghams, French do., Shawls, Gloves, Ribbons, fine
Collars, Linen Cambric Hand'flk, Bonnet silk, Velvets,
Bonnets ad Hosiery.
i t- M
THE copartnership of Withertpoon, Pritr:ar4 1
having been dissolved by mutual consent tU
8iness,will hereafter be conducted under th nlxr?
PR1TCILRD, ROSEBOROlGfl 4
In losing Mr. I. A. Witberspoon, wehaelo8tt ",
man and an asrreeable cowrtner. but we in.,. . ?'3t.
Chemicals, Dye-Stuffs and Perfumery. I lost that principle that should actaatebone8t me,,
7 J ! transaction of business, and in offcrinz ourse'.
public in the ' ; . 1 (Lj
CARRIAGE MAKING BUSI.
pledge ourselves for the faithful performanc? r -
THE subscribers are now receiving at theit Drag
Store, corner of the Mansion Hotel, the largest and
best selected assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, and
ever brought to this market. We particularly invite
the attention of Physicians, Druggists, and Merchants to
our stock, which we pledge to sell at lower rate than j r v , . ,h have. ,h e t,
. , tir.. K l 1 : c ... -"iiicn.
We have no disposition to thiK . .
lishment in the Dublic prints, beinz assured iK,. ,
the character of our work will secure to cs
ic favor. Weare thankful for that alr. .
would" advise our friends and the public to iv
' 1 .1 1 't Ijw
anv other establishment in Western North Carolina.
With the assurance again that our prices and terms shall
please all, we return our sincere thanks to the public for
their very liberal patronage heretofore extended to us.
Below we present a list of a few of the articles compris
ing ourJstock : Pulverised Ipecac, Khei, Jalap, Uolum
half in ignorance, and half in
ed i he rootless stem
ii . Ti
that shook her like a reed, were exclama-
hbssom. that had heengivep Us, and heap-i . V, . . u-ir;U. k.
... , ., , ;t IUO huuiiuhi m ill i inuii iu i v v
eu ine iresn sou tenueriv nrouiiu ii. nuu
ie reckless cu-
up the bulh of
watejd it every moment, ind yisted it
witn none, uni i u was as urpw i ant
dead as the moukl by vvhiih it
compassed. They recall t
riosity whh which we dug
our tulip, or .tuhe-rose a'rid found them
husy at tneir worK oi germinarion.iwnicr
our irVipaticnpe interrupted, per iarfs des
t roved. - i ' j,
Distant placesand absent friends
brought near by the touch pf the tal
The odor of a pressed flovyer, between the
leaves of a long closed book, restores the
the form of the loved 'onft who
whose home niay ijow be
h ad so u g h t J h e s weet trail
ing arbutus among the wilds ,of rriy na-
d.-c:sioitof the committee by a majority of vote present, j tjve pace when life was njPW, andf a box
For Genii p.mpriL 'x Wear.
ment, tell over her shoulders alld dropped Black French and English Cloths, French Cassimeres, 1 bo, Scilla, Gamboge, Opium, Arrow Root, Pearl Barley,
VA)TI vincn, iiya. Vino. .iu., oupu. yuMimr, ouipu.
Morphine, Acif do., Piperine, Salacine, Red Lead, Ve
netian Red, Spanish Brown, White Lead, Black do.,
Linseed and Train Oil, Logwood, Copperas, Indigo,
Also, a large assortment of Shop Furniture. - v
Prescriptions furnished at all hours. Orders from a
distance punctually attended to
BROWN & JAMES.
Salisbury, July G, 184S 10
as a CUrtain over the marble features of fig'd do , fancy do , wool Tweed, Kentucky Janes, Ker-
thedead. Mingled with grasps of grief sey, fig'd satin Vesting, Cut velvet do plain satin do.,
. ,r, . , ara worsiea uo. aiso, orown anu uieacn u irius, lvo-
mestics, Whitney Blankets, ;
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
, besides a general stock of
Hardware and Cutlery, Groceries, Crockery, &r.
iThose wishing to buy goods, we respectfully invite
their attention to the above stock, as we are determined
y;f;V. lha'.l present tl the Divlaion, in writiiis.tne grounds on pJace(J jf there V
M'-;5r-ki which their ideniun waifl futinded ; arid the parties shall j ! , I . J.
I! r r We the pnvilejre of b-itiK heard before the Division I ,n t" lomo. 1 tU
(nd the I)iviMin uliull determine thei Correctness of the
j f Cth. Any mejnbvr having b-en expelled, shall not be
H-opoitetl. for numbeihhii under bix months from the
date of :iptpi!Hioti.
: 7th. The prrviHion of this Article ehall not extend
to violation of Article II.
if; ART, VII I. 7VrffM.-i-Recrular Quarterly Terms shall
fromhienee on the first of. October, January, April and
' July. OlTicern elected previous to the expiration of half
the Term, thall le -entitled in the full honors of jthe
Term V'tlMMte- eteoted after .half the Term has expired
jkbaH iiot count the honoris except where they may be
J Heclell; to fill vaeuneleH occasioned by resignation, sus-
(h'iihIoii, expiilnion, or deutH, in which case the brother
I who serve the remlue of the term Mtall te epfitleU to
the fuH honorH, and he who rcHigns, or i suspended or
expelled, ihall forfeit bin claim.
U Art; IX.; lUisribili'tifJor Chief Office: . After
a division naa tcn tiivtimicu tnree serins, no oroiner
nfiVll Ji eligible to the olfice of W. P., unl-ss he has
eerved a reciilar nuurterlv 'lenpi as A., nor shall any
bther he cligibk- to the oilit e of Wi A., unless he has
in-rved two term in a Milxmlinate office or oflices.
f! Set?. 2, No brother Mhall nerve two; terms in the same
ofCce, jdurin the term of ) ear, e.icept, in the uflices
'of R.S., F. S. n.I T. : . M . ir
3d. No brother aliallbv ieligiblo to office who is under
' twciUynte ycTira of uge.- x
iA1. X. yViitltiliii" Article H. 1. Any member
. -who'kjiows a brother , to have violated Article -II,. and
; hegkc( to prefer the charge ami sptjcify the offence to
j" the Division within thiVe weeks aftef tlhe violation shall
: liatitc' come to his knowledge, shall bf fined one dollar.
d.TheA charge for violation of Article II,;shaU be
' pNw'ntK-d hi writing, duly signed, wlien it shall be re
ferrlj t(i a committee of five members, who shallVas
wmhi a. practicable, sumiruMi the paruea, anu investigate
' : !"le .'Id. Tlie committer shall organize by appointing a
chairman and secretary. " The secretary shall make- a
I correct record of the proceedings, wjlh such testimony
. an may be re'Hented, u hicli record shall be produced to
the. Division on th call of any member, after the coin-
mitteio have renorted. i '
fi 4 4th. If-the committee agree that jthe charge isjsus-
I reholiuion, witli a second resolution to the enect that the
brother lie reinstated ot expelled, as the -case may be
wtiich report and remhuions sh:dl lie uton the table at
least one week, and the otVending bijother shall be noti
fied of thei t'hanu'terof the- resotntjons, by the R. S.,
; und -ty-fiu-sted t ' pnfseiit at the time apxinted for
i. consldt-mij the muni!, with a view of giving him an op
il lortuliitv ti make a dLfi'nce.
J;! .. . " - - - j
; j 5th IPthe committee agree that the charge is
' sustained, they H!ia!lreMrt a resohititi to that etll-ct, and
ti . if thu Resolution he adapted, the charge shall be dismissed.
4; ;.; Vck'fith. When the committee report the charge bus-
i iiiiirui nun u ) nv lovnul-IR (iri'WUl ttl it regu-
lar mt-etin? ballot in fvor thereitf, tlie olfendinc person
4 shall f.nrftrit his membership, and the W; P. shall-din-ct
';' his name in lw eratei from the Constitution. If a ma
i jority of the Division rote inoppos:tion to the resolution,
all further proceeding siiall be tUayed.
7ih. If two-third of those voting are in favor of re
instating a member wUmi h;is been tmnd guilty of vio
lating ArticV II, h" sli ill bs restored to niemb rlup by
i- ; r'-i'giiiiv the 1 onstitution. and paying, for the first
! Ivilr', d llar, anil for the s.'Coiid ofience, two kl-
J lirs, which shall k pa'ul to ihry S. by the meeting
,1 wiceewfli the vote, o the mejfiberHo stand suspended
v ) unt4 the tine in paid. The pttwer to reinstate, however,
' , ! shall hot extend over ;the terntof one mouth from the
j. j tima f lie ollV-.ieo wm -proven.'
Ii be Loncludedry
r t i - iir
oi it recently perlormeu a journey ot ma
ny miles to visit me,.r The moment! it was
opened,-while its fragrance overpowered
every sense, everyjbreaihinhlossontspoke
of the rocks which we used to climb in
pursuit of it, and of the roiigh.fallir g wa
ters that filled every pause! in our merry
voices, and then suddenly !my playmates
stood beside me, their baskets oversowing
with the gifts of early spring, themselves
still young and spring like,1 though on the
heads of some 1 knew! thafcTlhe; frost had
settled, and that over others restsd the
St ii I more eloquent, was?a slehder plant
o( the Tose-geranium, which accompanied j
me something more than two ytfars since, I
on my visit to an older World. It wast
taken from her quiet, bed In her garden, I
by my little daughter, as l)ie parting time j
arew near, witn uie remaK inat r some-j
thing green might look pleasant!: to me
upon the sea.' And so it did. j Blit I im
agined not then the depth of communion
it would call forth. For he bomb spirit
was in its heart, and it became to ! me as
a friend. Sometimes whtjn eveniug clos
ed in over the deep, wih those i heavy
sighs of the wind which often betoken
a coming storm, and the ship leap d and
plunged amid the billows as if Keeking
lor a place to escape, or ai depth lo hide
in, I have drawn closer to that wea plant,
as if its. love might comfort me. Or at
waking in the -morning and raising- my
head front the coffin like berth wh 're the
dark hours had passed n su;h broken
slumbers as the hoarse lullfiby of the surge
induces,-1 have fixed my eyejs tint upon
that solitary plant and sppketi' $ofl jy to it
as a child. :: Yet it was evidently in an
uncongenial atmosphere, land the delicate
branches grew sad and faded. I number
ed its leaves, butialmost every day some
of them grew sickly and fell, until! at last
oniy a tew were leti clustering rpuna a
single graceful stalk, "j r
, We had been thirteen days ftnd nights
upon thW great deep, and accomplished
nearly two thousand miles of ourwaterv
journey, when I awoke af the gry. hour
ol dawn. 1 remembered, ii was the -first an
niversary of the death of my belolfed, fa
wherever the blood drop oozes, and striv
ing like a pitying angel to staunch where
it may not heal. ' Constance I Constance !
look at me Oh, my dear husband, she : nott' be outsold by any.
..... j' . ol uL u I ,u. Wood Grove, Rowan Co., Oct. 26, 1849. Iy25
will live again. She has been sicker than, L l 1
this, once when you were nway. Yes, CAPE FEAR STEAxlIBOAT COMPANY
yes she will breathe again.' Long she
continued thus assuaging her bitter sor
qw with this vanity of trust, and then we
tenderly strove to loosen her convulsive
,grasp from the lifeless idol. After we
had prevailed, and it Was -borne, from her
sight, we still heard in the pauses of the
soothing voice with which her husband
sought; to. console her. the wild cry, 'She
will breathe again ! John ! John ! I saw
her sweet lips move when they took her
from me. My baby wjll live again
; It was laid out on a isofa in the
cabin, in a pure white robe, its brow sur
passingly beautiful and the deeply fringe
lids but imperfectly closed over the large,
lustrous eyes. The black lace veil of the
mother shaded its fbrm;and features, antl
Steamer Gov. GRAHAM. (20 inch draft)
Tow Boat, MIKE BRO IVN,
" GEN. TAYLOR,
T i 1 H E above Boats run regularly between Fnyette-
JLville and Wilmington at the late reduced rates of
freight, and are as vveli prepared for the speedy and safe
transportation of Goods up and down as any line on the
Thankful for the last year's business we solicit a con
tinuance and increase foe the future. All goods con
signed to J. &. W. L. McGary, Wilmington, N. C, will
be forwarded free of commission.
AH produce from the country sent to W. L. McGa
ry, FayettevjJle, will be shipped to where desired free of
through it was clearly visible the lasti-cominission- In H cases we give the earliest informa-
BOGER & WILSON
KEEP constantly on hand an exten
sive assortment of
Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery,
Musical Instruments. Revaluing- Pistols,
Perfumery, Soaps, and Fancy Articles of every descrip
tion. Persons wishing to purchase articles in the above line,
will do well to call and examine iheir tine selection, one
door above J. &, W. Murphy's store.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the best
manner, and warranted for twelve months.
Lepineand plain Watches altered to Patent Levers,
and warranted to perform well.
Salisbury, July 20, 1843 tf 12
best treated, and get the best job for. their r. !
work shall not be inferior to any in this pun t,f 1' -
PRITCH ARD, ROSEBOROl'GH I r1
Mocksville, N. C, Jan. 11, 1849. JV.
The undersigned having been connected jrj,' '
hove establishment from its commenerEM-t i1
ville until very recently, and having a JinowledilS"
qualifications of the gentlemen in charge,
and materials, ran execute in as pood n.l r. . 4
, - - " tr .
heretofore, and cheerfully recommend tHeia jj or'i'
I. A. WITHEUSPOOX -
II. REYNOLDS. - '
Saddle, Harness arid Tru&
green slip ot my rose-geranium, it was
my gift to the dead, and pressed into that
little pale hand not without aitear. This
was the last office of that 'ciiepshe.d plant,
which had left its own home in the quiet
gardens of New, England to do this ser
vice to faded innocence, and itself to die.
Happy shall we be, i f, ! i n the; closing of
our own frail life, we, like this trembling
voyager, leave behind ja gleam of light
and consolation, as the olivei-leaf above
the flood, or the dove, whose last act was
peace, ere it entered rejoicing into the Ark,
to be a wanderer no more. hadies Com
tion of the arrival and departure of goods.
Communications addressed to J. &, W. L.. McGary,
Wilmington, and W. L. McGary .Fayetteville, will meet
with attention. W. L. McGARY, Agent.
Jan. 20, 1849 ly39 -
The undersigned having commodious Ware Ifouses
at the River, and having been long engaged in the for
warding business, will receive and forward all oodssent
to his address at the usual commission.
Jan. 1849 W. L. McGARY.
Cabinet Making Business!
FURNITURE OR SALE.
Among the eighty passengers by the Europa
was Com. Foxall A. Parker, U. $. Navy, who
recently went to Europe on a mission connect
ed with. the organization pf the German Navy.
Since then the American and the Cunrad stea
mers United States, Acadia, land Britannia
have been purchased fur-;' that purpose. The
HAVING puichased the entire interest of David
Watson in the late firm of Watson &. Rowzee,
respectfully informs his friends and the public in gener
al, that he will continue the business in all its various
branches. He would also call the attention of the Dub-
return of Com. P. has probably '"something to j lie to the handsome supply of Furniture which he now
do with the outfit of the United Slates, and se- j has on hand for sa!e cheaP for cash country produce or
lumocr, ai uie niarKei prices. ;
Among his assortment may be found :
Too roilfpo Tnilot I .,i;
WILLIAM J. PLUMMER
SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER,
I AKES pleasure in returningKis
thanks to all those who have
heretofore favored him with thetr
custom. He trusts and believes thai
he has given very general, if not uni
versalsatisfaction ; and as he iffor the
past, so shall he continue to feel grate
ful to all who may patronize his
He would inform the public that he has lately receiv
ed some very fine northern materials, and is now better
prepared to do Saddle and Harness work than ever.
His prices are not extravagant, but his work is good.
He occupies his usual stand, opposite to the store of Bo
ger &. Maxwell, and is ever ready to obey orders in the
line of business to which hehelongs. He keeps on hand
a good stock of saddles, bridles, martingales, harness
&,c. for sale, and Can most generally, furnish instanter
sach articles as are required of him.
Salisbury, June 1, 1848 tf
M ANUP AOTQRY !
M A I N S T K E ET, S A L I S B I
Ono Door below the Pot Ofliee
THE subscriber having established himself is
Town of Salisbury, for the purpose, of carrying
theaboe business, respectfully solicits a share efruiv
patronage. He pledges hiinseif, that his Work shaT- ii.
ways be done in the very best style, and his priors iom;
the times. , ? . .
He will keep constantly on hand Sa ddlt i, firii'j,
Martingales, Harness, Collars, Saddle IValltt', TrttU
Valises, be, b;e. Also, Harness Skirting JSo ted IV
per Leather of the very best quality always on hir,4i,j
can be bought low for cash, or on a short credit toprot);
In addition to the above, he respectfully infonct
public, that he tarries on the TAyXlJiG and fO'J
and SHOE MAKIXG BU SIX ESS: in the Tvti
Statesville. where he Will always be happy to frrhifoi
friends, and supply'them with any of the above rnujt:
Thankful'for past encouragement , he h eye sly tl
attention, not only to merit a continuance of the tizf,
but a considerable increase tor the future.
IirHis shop is one door below the " Post Office
W.M. H. MOWBRAY.
Salisbury, January- 11, 149
curing ;the services of other American naval
officers. ! i
A GOOD CHANOB FOR
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, and tor the purposes
therein specified, the undersigned, as Trustee, will
offer at Public Sale, in the Town of Mocksville, on Tues
day the first day of May next, the following valuable pro
perty, viz: One Lot in the Town of Mocksville, known
containing sixteen ACRESJ, on which is a large
with all the necessary dwellings fur the
i Operatives, i
Also, an: acre lot adjoining the 'same, with a good frame
Dwelling thereon ; also, one third of a lot on which is a
Blacksmith Shop ; also, the
Dwelling House & Lot
ther, and beckoned I he solrmn imagery to ! and
near the Court House, occupied by Thomas McNeely,
by cr niter, bci.l
' The human heart h:n hidden treasures,
la -cr t kepi j in silence sra
The thoulns, the hopes. the dreams, the pleasures,
I ' Who th.mnwrre 'broken if revealed.
'"And. da miy pass in gay ronifustion,
'And nights injr?y riot fly,
W,i lost in Tiine oc.WValihi illusion, y
The liienory if the Past majy-die. '
Bat, there are hours of lovely musing,
-: Such- in evening silence cjnne,
When soft as hirjds their pinionjs closing,
the hearts belt feeing gather home. I
. "then.in our souj there, seems to languish
. A tritlor grietj ibat'is not wee ;
And tli)uglUi that once wrung! groans of anguish,
JNovtf cause but some mild tears to fluw.-
one other improved Lot, near the same ; about
15 ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining the Town of Mocjksvilje ; also valuable
! HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN
I TVo Likely Negroes,
! A complete set of Blacksmith: Tools, two
Wagons, Horses, Cattle, Farming Tools,
and uiuuih other valuable articles, not ne
cessan to mention.
mtTt tne amid the waves. At! once eve
ry circumstance oft hat scene gleaned forth
as in piefnre. His venerlthle he;td rest
ing: upon its while pillowj; tlie 'brightness
of his beHUfilu) hair, on Which j fqiir-score
and seven winters had scattered nl snows,
his heavy breathing initialing1 yith the
slow dropping of the summer Shower up
on the vine Je;tVes at lh casfjment, and
the steady licking of the clock through
I hoped against hope, thftt the suchlen ill-J A tXtj IvU.l 1 UiN JU A V 1 UK I
ne.SS might not be mortal. Hlld tjiat the isa lare Brick Building, three stories high, 40 by 75 feet,
rrm K., iUA,- Lrx k.,A 1 . w,,h Engine House 25 by 40 leet," steam Engine of
u,.. vnutr imu uiuvru ; 35 horse oower. The Factory boniains" '
,1 y r-
FIV E, HUNDRED; SPINDLES,
CARDING MACHINEts' PICKER. DRAW
Tea, Centre, Toilet & Ladies
Work Tables ; Book Cases ; Ottomans; Sofas; Wash
Stands; Office Chairs; Mahogany, Curled Maple, black
Walnut, Fancy and wood seat Chairs and Settees of
every description always on hand or made to order at
Having in his employ good workmen, he feels no hes
itation in saying that he is able to supply all demands
for tny kind of furniture, and would respectfully solicit j
a call from the citizens of the surrounding country. j
Alt orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Call at the old stand, just opposite the Rowan Hotel.
Salisbury, Feb. 1, 1849. tf39 )
Bank of Fayetteville.
BOOKS of subscription to the Capital Stock of this
Bank are nov; opened at the store of William
Murphy. Shares are 850, Capital Stock 8800,000.
Specie, .our own State Notes, and South Carolina Notes,
will be taken in payment. Terms of subscription are
as follows: 10 per cent when the subscription is made ;
10 per cent m 30 clas ; 10 per cent in 60 days ; 10 per
qent in 90 days ; arr 10 per in 120 clays; and the re
mainder at such times as the President and Directors of
! the Bank shall direct. The Books to remain open - CO
i days from 5th February.
WILLIAM MURPHYO O
MICHAEL BROWN, i
THOS. L. CO WAX, I.
GEO. W. BROWN, j S
CHARLES FISHER, J
Salisbury, February 5, 1649. 840
WE are receiving at Dr. C. B. Wheeler's
old stand the largest and best stock of
Paints - Dye-Stuffs. Spices $ Perfumery.
Fancu and Uuseful Articles,
ever brought into this country. (See our large hand
bills and Catalogue. We will sell very low for cash.
LOCKE 5c CIIA1TIN.
Salisbury, May 1 1, 1848 2
Spring k Sumner Fashions Received !
RE AD T HIS i
BOGER & MAXWELL
TT EG LEAVE TO INFORM
JL their friends and the : public
generally, that they are now re
ceiving a handsome slock of'
Fall and Winter Goods,
Consisting of almost erery Article usually cnlltd 4't:
Queen? and Glassware, Hat, Cajs, Bonnet?, Doeiiri!
Shoes, sole and upper Leather,
of every kind and of best quality, Rope, Uajrjinj im'
Twine. FoTtbe military and sportsman, ur tiu int
Plumes. S words
VT'OULD respectfully inform his old customers, that j
T T he still carries on the '
TAILORING AND CUTTING BUSINESS ;
at his old stand opposite J. &. W. Murphy's brick store, j
where he holds himself ready at all times to serve his cus- 1
His prices will be found by those who may patronize !
him to be lower than at any other shop in the Tcwn, his
work durable and warranted, to fit well. If not.eall and
get your money for your cloth again. J
T. DicUson returns his sincere thanks to his former pa- !
trons, and hopes by industry and application to business, 1
that they will continue their attention to his shop ; also, '
invites those who have not yet come to him, to call and
try his fit. '
He is in regular receipt of the most approved fashions
from, the North, published by Mahan ; also, by Wards'
All kinds of country produce received in payment for
work. THOS, DICKSON. .
March 09, 1849 ly37volo
OPPOSITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE !
Double and single, barrel SJiot'GiUtf
and Apparatus, Pistols,
finished and unfinished Ride barrels. &c., ic. All rf!
w hich we intend to sell eheap tur cali tr n t,i: r '"
punctual dealers, or exchansie for the following prodB"4
as we are inthe market to purchase 5K bushe s c-'eii
ed Oats, 300 bushels Flaxseed. 500 bu.-heU. f.ealetSlfii
Peaches, and 1510(1 lt. cotton and linen rags, an
much Beeswax and Tallow as we cart get. I
Salisbury, Oct. 2b 11. - h-J
' mm H mm mm
Sicily Wine and Tallow Candles.
run 111 i, vim! 1;
And fer lings once as strong 09 passions,
t"Uat softly back a faded dream ;
Out own harp grieis and wild;setati0ns;
'-.The tU cCother Juflerings seem.
Oh ! W,en the rrt U fre-hly llredinS,
IIH- Uigs.H for that time to W,
When, t!,r.,ugh .jthe mita of yjars receding.
It ivoca but hve in reverv l
r "' . "i "1 .
. AnJ i( csn dwel on moonlight glimmer
: On evening shade and loneliness ;
A'J hi'e the ky grow diiii anj diuirirr
i f IVejl no untold and strange distress
1 Only . deeper impulse given j
r Ukoueljr hour and darkened room,
1 To 8oernn thoughts that soar to heaven,
j trlhirg a life and world to come.
wiih so vigorous a slepj would i'vt rise !
up antl lean upon its siatl, antl cofne lorlh
to 1!pss me. The rain ceased, a circle of
faint brightness foretold ihe rising of the
sun those precious Jips uttered again the
sound of kind words the opening vyes
told their message of sainlly loye-4the lids
fluttered and closed. Tliere Vaio more
breaih. -J 1
A wail ! -Another, piercing and pro !
iracted deeper even thau that wi$i which
an only child mourns the last of parents.
It rmist be the wail of another. iNo oth
er sorrow hath such a- voice jiYet, so
ahruprlv it broke forth, amid surrounding
silence, that, for a mome! memory was
bewildered, and the things that had been,
i mingled their confused tissue with 1(1 infra
that are. - ' - ' t "''
Among our passengers was a iguified
and accomplished lady, retqrnibg iih her
husband, and officer, from a rlsidence !
of several years inCanada, to England, j
TUST received a large supply of fine Tallow CAN
tJ DLES. Also, an excellent article of Sicily Ma
deira or White Cooking WINE, manufactured for cook
ing purposes expressly. BROWN & JAMES.
Salisbury, Oct. 13. 1848. 23
For sale by
Salisbury, Xec. 21, 1848.
J. II. EXXISS.
ING FRAMES, SPEEDERS.TIIROSTLE
FRAMES, and all the necessary machi
nery and Fixtures.
Alsothree WOOL CARDING MACHINES ; the
whole incomplete repair. This property is situated in a
healthy and thriving village, in the centre pf a rich and
populous County , and affords a tine opportunity to capital
and enterprise tor a profitable investment. I he great found at theirdrugstore when not professionallyengaged
Central Rail Road, the completion of which no reasona- Salisbury, December 10,147 133
ble doubt can pe entertained, will necessarily pass within ; , .
13 or 20 miles of Mocksville, and will add greatly to the
worth of this already valuable pfoperty. A credit of six,
twelve and eighteen months on the rest of the Real Es
tate ; and six months on the personal property.
THOMAS M. YOUNG, Trustee.
Mocksville, Feb 24, 1849 )w43
DRS. BROWN cc JAMEShavingassociatedthem
selves in the practice of Medicine. can alwavsbe
F3i: Beaver and .Hole Sk in
Hat, for sale by . . EXXISS.
THE LAST ARRIVAL.
their native land. TheV had
three little daughters, arid; in
of those conversations which beguile the I
cu,u" 01 sea-uie, sne had sometimes spo
ken of the anxiety wiih Swhicn hfer aged
mother wuitccj to welcome thci deccn-
JUST received and for sale
by the subscribers the following ar
ticles, (to wit :) j -
f Hhds. pritne Cuba Molasses, (new crop)
lUG Barrels Linseed Oil,
1 Tierce of Rice I :
2 Barrels Red Cloirer Seed,
20 Bushels. Orchard Grass,
; 1 Barrel Spirits Turpentine,
l 40 Bags prime RiojCofiee,
ilOO Barrels superiors Floor,
100 Sacks Liverpool! Salt.
M. BROWN & SOX.
Salhburyf March 1, 1849. 43
PRICE & UTLEY,
. CONCORD, X. C.
kpri27, 1843 tf52
Just Opened in Salisbury!
THE-Subscriber having purchased at the North a '
large assortment of Heady .TJade Clolll-
illJJ made up in the best style and of the best mate
rials, would invite the public, to call and examine his .
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he feels assured ,
that he can offer such inducements as cannot fail to i
please. Iis stock consists in part as follows : 1
Cloaks, Overcoats, Sacks, Frock-Coats, Dress ,
Coats, black and fancy Cassimere Pants, I
Saftinet do ; Cloth, Silk and Sallin, black '
and fancy Vests. Shirls, Drawers, Cra- !
rats. Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, 5fC., 4c, c.
Also Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting?, ice , which will he
made up to order at the shortest notice, and in the most
fashionable style, by Mr. John A. Weirman, an expe
rienced Taylor from Philadelphia. His Store is nearly
opposste J. cc W. Murphy's well known stand.
J. H. KNNISS.
Salisbury, Dec. 7, 1848 31tf
State of llovtti Carolina,
ROWAX COUNTY. "
Superior Court of Laic Fall Term. 1643-
John Litaker and wife Marv Litaker.r. lnn.ei B'
Michael Bostinn, Sally Bostiun, Jacob Ta )
Wiihelm, John Wilhelm, Sophia WilBelm) Les
Petition for Doxccr.
IT appparint; to Uie tatifactiit of jhf Court. irs'T-''
ly Wiihelm, John Wnhelm, Sophia WU.fv
Lewis Wilhelm, defendaats in 1 V) is- case, are not 't
tants of this State : It is therefore ordered, L -ihf tcr
that publication be made in the Carolina Vattt,s.'
newsnaner niib'isbed in Sri ! ihnrv fr,r tit wk". t;t'
ing the said tlefendant? I'o'Iy Wilhelm. JkI.ii " t s
Sophia Wilhelm, and Lewis W ilbehn, to be anJ
at our nxt Superior Court of Law for Rowan ( on 1
be held on the 8th Monday afer the ,M-r)J.
March next, then and there to plead, onf-wer r
said petition, or judgment pro confeso. will Le is'B
to them. ' ,
Witness, J. S. Johnston, Clerk cf said Court..! t---
the Hth Monday afirr ih -1th Mondav :n
A. D. 14. and 111 th T'Jii vmr .t Af'ierHB
pendence. J. S. JOIlN'l OS,Cl
CwJ Printers fee C2J
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP !
pubsenber wooW rtc
th ritreens of SaltMjurv
tronage herrrcforr rf'crf '.-'-
rounding country, that he sti
ues to manufacture
BOOTS ASH SHOES
in a style that vntt-eotopa'T !
in this part of the country. Our ra:ena.s t ,
bc-t quality, and our work shall te dtcf in 6
FIXE Cloths Csiwiuicrw Jk Vetinss
for sale by J. . EXXISS.
Dec. 21 j 33
and at nricea to suit the limes.
He has now, and intends to keep on
Sho made in the latest fashion and fer.
asks all w ho may w
Country produce taken in exchange fcr
Boots and Shoes neatly repaired
ish to boy, 10 call and ,Ll
- m W-v
below M. iirown
Prpaohs from ihe country will nd our f"(r v" !
Important to Mill Owners.
Ka vc -tteville, by
d. McNeill & Co,
And in Linpoln County by
E. A. BREVARD.
March 12. 1 SIT tf4o
HOGSHEADS new crop Sugar House Molasses.
For sale by M. BROWN &, SON.
February 13, 1849 40
n's store, on.l TP"5! ,--Fl
By JACOB LUj
Salisbury, Feb. 15, 1349 .'Jl
cirnrprnrj'c rniTlMCtt mD CUT
OU It til Uli tUJII iWJ X O.lliUi
t -4 NEW and elegant feuryeyor s LOmpass lor
August 10, 18 15 tf 15
1 WOULD respectfully inform all person J ;
granted Notes in payment of their prc ''et
sale of tbe Estate of ihe'laf Joseph Portoti.in f
the same In tlM-hands of D. A. Davis. Fsq ,,oa.
the Bank of Cape Fear, at Salisbury, for cog?
C P. MALLLTT.
Attorney for RepTr'""g
Fayetteville, IVb. 8, 1H9. "
fsrr' 'T7r ' 1. '