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$km)lctinl at thiJJakersity.--We
JUtAUMt fbirowjhslftccount of ibe,E-
So(j last week fttChaPel -"f11?
fronTpur more fortunate contemporary
wbdvcfHprcscht on the occasion. It
fee fartnd highly interesting : .
MOn MoMay WniBS, the Annual Scr.
rwb Wprcached hy: the Kev. U. M. r .
n.mr Tnrmorlv fi Professor in the Insti-
tuiioni trtib: fully sustained his high cha
Wider asTa pulpit orator. . j
f Oni Tufiday evening, a select numocr
J of members of the Freshman Class deli v
effd raton's. I""1! I , I
1 On! Wednesday mortiinthe lion. M m.
l Graham delivered the Annual Address
keforq the Literary Societies. lis sub
jfCt Wa$ Education, which he treated in
Clear, lorcihle, and eloquent manner
for whi& hi is so eminently distinguished,
Attl'i VcJoclr ihc Association of the
AJufnniUvas called tp order by its IVesi
JfOtpoVi.: More head, in the University
LibrArylUoom. ; Several Graduates were
idmttted to membership. ;
jt;appc'Vtng from the report of the
XrraVurer that there was only about 8500
in' ibci Treasury ithat could be appropriat
cd oihe t' Galdwelj Monument," it was
ieterinihejl to solicit farther subscriptions
jn order to obtain 81000 or more, with
whic$8unit hoped that a suitable
G6V. Mofehcad was re-elected Preisi;
Uent'arid Gov. Manly, Messrs. Wright,
! Nprwpod, Haw kins, Gorrell ,and Ilinton,
'jrertj fcl(osehJs;Vi.ce presidents. -j
i Tbe Association then adjourned litntil
iialf pait 3 o'clock, at which time it held i
i. . '.' . ! !.''' i .' . t i
i:i cusioinary annual inceung in uiraru
Several Obituary noticesof Alurrini
jatfljldcad wcrtj read at that timcthat
f, Durant Hatch. Graduate of 1800, by
.r, Chirles Phillips.- William M. Sneed,
graduate of 1790, by Dr. Green. David
iVVStoHc Graduate of 1820, by Doctor
nVrig. ; Harrison W. Covington, Gradu
ate of 1 831, by Mr. F. Phillips. James
S- Johhsori, Graduate of 1814, by Mr. J.
H. H,6rhet,Jarncs McCJung, Graduate of
131lnny juugo uaiue. . .
- ' i i. . i ' t. if rn n e
1 Ifrrrneuraieiy inereauer, james i. more
Y.moj isw.. uiieiiuqu iv kJi
irit'.rrtArt u ml Tnrin W Mnrvvnnd Rn
ofllliillhorough, appeared before the As-
sociatiqn as the Orator selected to deliver
the-Annual Address. 1 he Address was
i rr'ccif-rU with marked approbation, par-
U ticulartv the extended notices of the late
"Ja'dgSf Murphy and Gaston.
On' Wednesday evening. Orations were
dclivMed by selected members of the bo-
thomore Class. , !
i - TKu rsd ay wasCctmmencementday.and
IQC cxercwtiJi .wnu ui a wry incri uui iuus
cbirac!er, iildicaling, as a whol?, well de
Velopcfl anil high lv cultivated intellect,
jantJrf Reeling equal credit upon the young
grnllfrjiertijarid their Instructors. -l
Tni;ftiillovinir vouhcr Gentlemen rrradu.
I - ' , i t J . 7 ' o
I iutctl Upon Ihe occasion : .
) 'Thprnas M. Arrington, John T. Banks,
crop' P. Battle,' Bern, Y. Beene, E. J.
J'revafd, James P. Bryan, John A. Corbett,
,Mc'l.! Cu'nhingham, Johnson, Mnllett Do
&rntfjref Wm,- A. Dick, Wm. P. Dortch,
If Melt. Duscnbury, Fourney George,
rMKvD: II a i Kh
r M. Hale, Win.
L flin. lHtcr K. Mines, Samuel T. Ire.
pU, iimVaiM: Jolinftton, John IcA. John
?ort,.Vj m. ij.-Jones.i Ctms.. E. Lowther, N.
,(:Unn, John C. McNair.Ialcomn Mc
W,l(Jward .Malktt. Wm. G. Pool.Thos.
.iJ.oirison Jsaac.B. Saunders, James P.
fCiKi; Charles U. Thomas, Daniel T.
tojs,; Bryan W Whitfield, John A.
jjj'kitiicld, .fJet-dham, B. Whitfield, Geo.
Thtl Hctibrtof the Examination present.
istrtkinff. instance of piinctifalitv in the
rr fo r i an Co 6 f every College duty by two
L .H n "... . . li . lT - i
h Hq UPaUuatCS, VIZ : IMCSSrS. l eter L.
IJftcsj and ; John A- Corbett, and a near
iproXinraHon to similar exactness by
2 j A cWrcsnondeiU of the Ba
Wiling frpm; Washington, M
; lt islriow nrettv 'well sett
ay 23, says :
well settled that the
cs will be Minister
t France, and Abbot L awrence IinisteC deduction will be made for absence after entering, ex
jt Enyahd.lr. Barringerof N'orth Caro- j SW 8ickes!i tJ"ne, I849:4t7 ij
'it will probably Co to Spain."
rThejWashingtQn Union says :
; W I understand, :from unquelstionaole'
Jauthohty, that Wm, C. Rives. Esq., goe
AJ mister iofthc United States to
i ,. Ivi f '- -
f VVlDSON COLLEGE CELEBRATION.
j At mettAg of llje Furinera and Mechanics of Da
jJaoni llg: and Us vicinity, on the evening of the
m1:,i t'x purpose' ;of making arrangement for
'ebritiajj the 4ih of July, Lewis Dinkins was called
iW Cllr and A. J. IVonjaldson, Secretary, when' the
WiJred!; That we clfbrate the 4th of July in a
ln rfiablkan manner. "
KwtrtUr That therebr provided for the occasioin a
)ft anjiiubatanfialitiner. i
cM2rfd vAiiinoul), That no spirituous liquors be
.'"mi on lite ground an that day.
ffAfrrf, That Uevblulionary and Mexican soldiers,
,ir,le ted id participate with us in the festivities of
'Wd, That the ladies. are hereb
i rttrtiopate with iis on the occ
hereby respectfully in-
AOriliorf will be delivered on that day. . j
,L DINKINS. Chairman
fyi' IPxaldsoji, Secqrtary.
h ,'i'Tim, on the 13th insUby the Rev. Arphi
'Bal(er. WM. O. SMITH n.,rhhrr.
i ; t7lJl-W.8.:Tl(M.VS.f ITiiladcl Phia. . j
Lt.llli'ivt,.!,riVon lhe 15lh inBt ' by Rev. E. F. Rock
, . fcSiAi?SR iUffi13 l: 4. Miss MARY
Hvi t-: "' Ireddl ConntV
a Hi ' A. WALLACE,
the 3Ut of Mv. AnU
t Mim MARY -J VI.Ar:.
daughter of AViri. J. Flagl
v a mm
WGH Ii;ivVtme 2dr ALEVIA AUREL1A'
TWi oice loved form now cold and dead,
1 1 ' F.aeh. rnonrnful thought emplova :
nalMre weeps, her comfort tied, .
vuu, wnjfireu all her joys.
te'MWoud ne U.und of time,
Iwn wJlmt ... - .1 1
vnall. rise in full lmnV.ri.i
And bttxirn to fade no more."
Ye learn front the Raleigh Register
tnat iui. vym. j. viarKe nas oectareo.
himself a candidate for Congress in th a t
district, in opposition to the Hon. J 11. J J
W.iTKD 1 f
-f-' ...i . ..
a .1 .i, th necessary quaimcationr
fi - T u: An, ?fnr a newspaper. His duty wiU
kJ ii... l,iai& subscribers, and aneti(f to ba-i
sinessW ihis nature connected with the OfFic. Ad-
d.ii& J BRUNER&,JAE3. f
r rcAWCV TO; FIIjC" There is &; vacan,
V fv in the uratchman Uthce, we would be Elad to
have fiilled soon by any Recent young man, to lejirn the
" 1 T T !ll III li l r"'-.
y j s it, . . - . r
nrintinc ousiness. lie anouiu oe aoie to read and write.
(tota 14 to . 17 years ?f age, apt to learn, of gWdna-ff ty
tural sense, and ot industrious habits. Une ot resbyr;
terian raising would be preferred. "To such an ne de:
siring to learn the business, we believe the Wajchman
Office possesses advantages over any other Office ih Wes-!
tern -N. Carolina. Address, I
; BRUNER & JAMES, f
Salisbury, June 21 Bacon 6 ; Brandy 40 (3) 50;
Butter 10; Beeswax 15; Cotton 4 (5) 5 ; rCotton
Yarn 65 (S 75.; Coffee 7ffl6; Corn 25 ; Feathers 25
t lour per bbl3J (S 4 ; Iron 2i (3) 4 ; Linseed- Oil 65
fa 70 ; Nafs 5 (S) G ; Oats 16 (3) 17 ; Irish Potatoes
50 ; Sweet do. 30 ; Sugar, (brown) 638; Loaf 10 (S
11 ; Salt, (sack) 2 (S 2J ; Tallow 10 (S 12 J ; Wheat
50 ; Whiskey 25 (3 30. ;
Fayetteville, June 12.' Brandy, peach, 35 (3 40 ;
Ditto, apple, 2frS 30 : Bee9waxx18 : Bacon 61 (3) 7:
Cottbn 65)6$: Corn 55 60; Coffee 8 10: Flour 4
(a) 4 1 : leathers 28 (3 30 : Flaxseed 85 (3) $11 Iron,
Swedes, 5 (3 6 : -do. English 3J (3 4 : Lard 6 (3 7 ;
Leather, Sole, 20 : Molasses 20 26 : Nails, cut, 5$ j
Wats, Jti . tougar, Orown, b (a a: do. loal, II m lis
Salt, sack, 1 50 (3 1 75 : Tallow, 8 & 9: Wheat 70
(3 75: Whisk-ey 25. . I
O We are authorised and requested to announce
JAMES E. KERR, Esq., as a candidate for the Office
of County Court Clerk, at the ensuing August election
D We are authorised and requested to announce
JU11IM 11. 11AK.LMH., as a candidate tor re-election to
the office of County Court Clerk of Rowan, at the en
suing August election. f
O" Wis are authorised to announce THOMAS
STOKES, of Stokes' Ferry,) as a candidate for the ofj
fice oCSuperior Court Clerk of Rowan County.
0 We are authorized to announce OBApIAH
WOODSON, as a candidate for the Office of Superior
Court Clerk for Rowan County;
Diseases of the TEETH !
W. P. BASON, J. D. S., 1 .
.X?"OULU respectfully make known to the Citizens of
T T Western Carolina, that hecontinues to pertorm
-all operations connected with his profession upon; prin-j
ciples so improved, as he thinks, will seldom fail to
prove highly satisfactory ; and promises the perrftanenj
preservation of the Teeth in all ordinary cases. where
efficient means are employed during the most important
periods of hie, viz : LiiiLDitooD and Youth.
References The Faculty of the Baltimore College
and the letters and names of many distinguished gen
tlemen of his native County and State.
In Salisbury Hon. D. F. Caldwell, Mai. John Bi
Lord, John I. Shaver, and others.
Salisbury, June 14, 1949 tf6
Ty HE undersigned having taken charge
JL of the large and commodious house,
well known as the i
takes this method of -informing Travellers and the Pub
lie in general, that he is prepared to accommodate alT
those who may favor him with aca!Jin as comfortable
a manner, as at any other House in the mountain region
of North Carolina.
HIS TABLE !
shall always be supplied with the best which the cpuntry
can afford. Persons wishing to spend the summer in this
healthy and agreeable country, can be accommodated oii
moderate terms. His stables have been repaired and
well provided. CHAS. CALLOWAY.
Tir.i....! ' at r t... it iam-o,-,i
ir iitcwi'df t i ii, nil j.Kti I jju ...
SYLVA (JROVE FEMALE
SCHOOL, . f v4
Preparatory ta Greensboro' Female College.
rilHB second session of this school, under the care of
JL Mrs. T. Mock, assisted by Miss J. M. Wiley, a
graduate of Greensbofough Female College, will comt
mencr Monday the'9th July, and continue five months.
It is the object of Mrs. Mock to establish a permanent
school ; if .possible, one that will deserve the patronage
ot tne public, where children may receive a regular
course of instruction, and avoid the inconvenience and
expense iof a change of teachers and books. The elei
mentary branches, i. e. Reading, Writings Arithmetic
anf Composition, will receive special attention. This
school is-located at-the residence of Mr. Mock, near
Fair Grove, Davidson CoJ, N. C. The situation) is dej
cided'v healthv. and the vouncr ladies will he reniiirprT
v . t - - 1 r
to take exercise, as health cannot be preserved without it.
Though this school has been recognised by the Trus
tees of Greensboro' Female College preparatory lb that
institution, yet those who may prefer a private 'school
canj have all the facilities enjoyed elsewhere for a thor
ough course of instruction. ! !
Board per month - - - - - - - - 5 00 '
Tuition in the highe-branches per session, 10 00
For the Elementary branches, including
spelling, reading, writing, the first prin-
ciples of arithmetic, Sec. - - - '- - 5 00
An extra charge of ?3 per session for drawing. No
STARTLING DISCLOSURES J
IScwarc of L,autl Pirates! 1
ALL those indebted to the Estate of David Correlj,
A'c'd, whose notes and accounts are now due and
those that will become due the 12th of August next, are
requested to pay the same by the first day of September.
Those failing to comply, will be sure to have cost ti
pay without distinction of persons ; no mistake better
believe lit. jCome and pay before that day.
D. R. BRADSHAW, Ex'r. !
June 23,1849. - Ct7 ; !
JOSEPH IRVLVSESTATE. 1
T HE undersigned qualified at May Sessions of Rowf
an County Court, as the Executor of the last Will
of Joseph Iriin. All persons indebted to said Estate;
are requested! to make payment; and all persons having
claims against the estate, are requested to present them
for settlement', or this notice will be plead in bar of theU
recovery. Y. t$. WUUU, JJx'r. j
May 25, 1349. 13t7
PZaAKB road meeting !
A GENERAL MEETING of the Stockholders of
the Fnyejtteville and Western Plank Road Com
pany, will be held in the Town of Fayetteville, on the
12th dayof Joly next, for the purpose of receiving the
report of the Engineer, and finally locating the Road 1
! EDW'D L. WINSLOW, President I
June 11,1849. 7tm ' I
WESTON CLASSICAL SCUOOLi
THE eighth session of )hs school will commence on
Tuesday fhe third of July, next. Prices as here
tofore. Board 6 per month ; Tuition 6 ta perj
session.- I he subscriber can accommodate ten orweve
boarders, i Pupils will be charged from the time of en
trance until the end of the session. No deduction will
be made in either board or tuition, except in cases of pro
tracted sickness or ot special agreement. -
1 JESSE RANKIN;
June V, 1849 35 .
r i ' : 4 :
i JAMES HORAH, j
WATCH AND CLOCK -MAKER,
Opposite Cowan's.Brick Row,
Special Term of the Superior Court.
There will be held for the Connty of Rowan, at the
Court House; in Salisbury, on the 1st Monday irf July,
next, a special Superior Court of Law and Equity.
! J. S. JOHNSTON. C. & C.
May. 261343-314 i
12 5 it. LT
IREDELL COUNTY. ? 11 -
Cawrf Plea ami Qwarier 5cion l3iay
$v ' Term, 1849. :-;
Daniel O. Tanner, Admr. of John Hair, Dec'd.
- against. . ,;;f..:
James Hair, Robert Hair. Abner Hair, Catharine LeW-
3s, Luvicy Tanner, Margaret Johnson. ; i ;.
j Petition for Sale of Real Estate, f j'
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Margaret Johnson, one of the Defendants in this case, is
not an inhabitant of this State : It is therefor ordered
byii ihe Court, that publication be made in the Carolina
Watchman for six weeks, notifying the said Defendant
Margaret Johnson, to be and appear at the next Court
ot rleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held for the Conn
of Iredell, at the Court House in Statesville, on the
3d -Monday in August next, then and there to plead, an
swer, or demur, to said petition, otherwise the same will
be ward exparte and a sale of the land ordered accor
Witness, J. F. Alexander. Clerk of oar said Court at
office, the 3d Monday in May, A. D. 1849.
J, F- ALEXANDER, Cl'k.
6w7, Printers Fee 5 50.
M. BROWN & SON
ARE now opening at their Cheap Casta Store,
a splendid and indescribably beantiful stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Embracing every variety of style and fashion to re found
South of the Potomac, and consisting in part of the
following : t
! FOR Xi ADZES WEAR.
Sod fig'd and Rich Chameleon Silks ; striped and sol
id Jilk Tissues : plain and plaid black do. ; Barege de
Toll ; blue, pink and white Tarltons ; Toil de Nord :
fancy French organdie Lawns ; black and second mourn
ing? Muslins and Ghinghams ; solid and fancy French
Gingnams ; linen Lustres and linen Ginghams : beauti
ful jFrench Muslins; French Capes and Collars; Vist-
tesij Muslin backs ; worked muslin Mantila? ; Swiss
and. Jaconet Edgings and Insertings ; Kid Gloves ; Rib
barfds ; Lawn and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs ;
Grass and Mohair Skirts, &c.
Bln,Wack, brown and olive Cloths ; black Doe skin
Casimeres : fancy do. .of the most fashionable stvles :
plain and fig'd satin and silk Vestings, (very fine); white
ah ana owe ixiores. ac ; aiso. a
Large stock of Staple
I DRY GOODS,
I as complete and as cheap as any in the State. "
A LARGE STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
Silk, Fur, Panama and Leghorn.
Bonnets, Silk, Satin, Leghorn & straw.
Hardware and Cutlery, single and double
I Darrel SHUT UU1S,
Carriage ITIaker's Trimmings and
. Carpenters Tools (ass'd) ;
Shoemakers Tools and Trimmings, Paints, Varnish.
Oili, and Dyes, Calf Skins, sole Leather, Sugar, Coffee,
iviaiasses, oalt, iron, cjc.
Our'stock of Goods is as complete as any in this mar
ket! anc' W'H b soJd for Cash or on time to punctual
dealers, as cheap as the cheapest, wholesale or
Give us a call before buying, as we are determined to
offer extraordinary inducements to purchasers for the
California. or Carolina gold dust... , ; :
M. BROWN & SON.
"Salisbury, April 20, 1849. 51
Catalogue of Valuablfe
! SCHOOL BOOKS,
For sale by tlie Subscriber, viz :.
kxiLLIARD S Universal History,'
do. History of the United States,.
do. Ancient Geography and Atlas, '
Parley's Universal History,
Elements of Zoology,
do. of Dra wing and Mensuration bv Davies.-
Davies' Legendre ; do Bordon, .
do. Algebra ; do. Universal Arithmetic,
do. Ariihme.tic ; do. First lessons in Arithmetic,
do. Arithmetical Table Book or the method of
Teaching figures by sight. ;
Bullions Eng. Grammar ; Clark's new Grammar,
Book of Commerce by sea and land, "1
Mitchell's Geography and Atlas;
Emmerson's Walts on the mind,
Emmerson's Arithmetic, part 1st, 2d and 3d,
Olmsted's School Philosophy ; Smi ley's do.
Elements of Moral Science, Wayland's) i
I American Manual,
Grigg, Elliott & Co's 1st, 2d and 3d Readers.
Addick's Elements; Webster's S. Dictionary,
Jutenile Choir for public and private Schools and for
yofing classes.- Key to Eastman's Chirographic Chart.
Lexington, N. C, May 1848; 6m4
RANAWAY 810 REWARD.
ANAWAY from the Subscriber on the
night of the 9th May, a negro man named
ISAAC, aged between 35 and 40 years,' about
six feet high, with a white Bpeck on one of his
ey balls, and keeps one eye mostly shut when looking
at lany person. He has lost nearly all his front teeth,
and speaks rather slow when talking. I bought said
nero at the sale of Franklin Hargrave ; and as he has
a wife at Doct. Holt's quarter, I think it is likely he is
harboring in that vicinity. I will pay a reward of $10
to ny one who will commit him to jail, or deliver him
to me, at my residence near Chamber's Ferry, David
sort county. PETER MILLER.
June 14th, 1849 6:tf. , j
fTlHE Fall session will begin July 11th. ; A large
JL class discharged, makes room for an equal number,
of Scholars.' Boys from ten to fourteen years of ge, pre
pared to begin Latin Grammar, are much preferred ;
ani it is earnestly requested that application be made for
none but good boys. Post Office, Clover Garden, Or
ange Co. N. C. June 8, 1849:5t6
I.vSTITUTlOX for the DEAF and DUMB.
THE the next session of this Institution will com
mence on Monday the 16th day of July. ; Having
moVed into the new Building, a few more pupils can be
received. As pupils will be admitted1 in their.; order of
appIication.it is important that application should be
maBe without delay. Any information on the subject
will be given by WM. D. COOKE, Principal-
Raleigh, May 30, 1S4.3 5t6
apTTTOJ" TD XC UBZ
JfUST received a large supply ef superior adaman
tine and Hulls pressed tallow Candles, which I will
sel at reduced price, to reduce the stock.
lay 17, 1849 . II. EN KISS.
I BEBEE'S HATS
J'UST received, one case of Bebee's No. I, Moleskm
i Hats, which are celebrated ill overihe Iniori, as
beifg the neatest, cheapest and best hats now manufac
tured. I warrant them to be the best hats in Salisbury,
and challenge proof to the contrary.
May 17,1849. . II. ENNISS.
i TO PRINTERS.
IVfOW on hand and for aali tlirce KEGS of
J.1 Priulcrs Ink. M. BROWN 5t SON.
Sali$lury, April 6, 1849.
kr' ' . x it a:
Produce upon th
Cape Fea River.
HE Henrietta Steam
boat Company, br Cir-
clular dated 13th December,
1847, made known the Rates
gof Freights and, the charges
T"fir Forwarding, asesiablished
by -the former owners with the other Company on the
Cape Fear, also asserting that they would Freight or
Forward as low as any other Company or Firm. Har
iug information that other Companies have made private
ofiers to particular houses (sr firms) that have usually
shipped by our Line, which is a reduction upon our form
er fa tea of Freight, we hereby inform our patrons and
friends, and also all others d isposed to favor us with their
business, that the Company will make a deduction of 10
percent, upon all freights from Boston, New York, Phil
adelphia and Baltimore, to Wilmington. ;
The receiving and forwarding in Wilmington to-be
free of all Commissions.
-Shippers by our Line since the first day of January,
1849, whose bills have been settled, will be entitled to
the lO per cent. ; and thae unsettled will have that
amount credited to their accounts upon the Company's
vToH shippers upon th' Cape Fear, the Henrietta
Steamboat Company take p easure in saying, they have
good Boats in good order, and possess such facilities as
will insure to those who p; tronize the Line a speedy
transportation of all Goods and Produce committed to
Goods intended for the Henrietta Company, should be
plainly marked, and the Billsjof Lading filledup " Tobe
delivered at the Company'sJWharf, Wilmington, N. C."
! GURDON DEMING, Pres't
Henrietta S. B. Co.
Fayetteville May 20, 1849 . 6t5
The Officers and Brethren of William R.; Davie
Lodge, No. 119, will celebrate the anniversary of St.
John the Baptist, on Monday the 25th June, 1849, at
An oration will be delivered on the occasion by Luke
Blackmer.Esq .bf Gold Hitl.
AH Masons in goad standing, are fraternally invited
to attend. Fj W. STIMPSON, Sec'y.
Lexington, N. C, June J, 1849. 3t5
Now is your Time for
THE undersigned beg leave to pre
sent to their customers and the
public, that they have a
Pretty good supply of Fine Goods
oh hand, suitable for
Ladies and Gentlemen's Summer Wear,
whith they propose to sell jvery low for cash. They
are Induced to give this notice for the reason that they
are determined, if possible to clear the shelves in time
for the Fall and Winter stock. Those who may yet be
in want ot summer apparel, would do well to call.
Salisbury, Juuel, 1849
FOR g a TfT
IN BOON, WATAUGA Co., No. Carolina.
HE undersigned, Commissioners, will sell
AT PUBLlti AUCTION,
on the 16th of July next, to the highest liidder,
the valuable LOTS injjthe Town of BOON,
Watauga County, situajed on the State Road,
near Council's Store, said road leading from
Wjlkesorbugh, N. C, to Jonesborough, Tenn.
The County Site is beautifully located, with
more conveniences thati any other County Seat
in the State. There ajfe some dozen Springs
of the purest and healthiest water, such as have
so long distinguished our mountain Country, in
and near the Town. We will also have a
commanding view of Some of our most cele.
brated mountain scenery. We therefore, with
otuthefttation, invite persons who are desirous
of purchasing SUMMER OR FAMILY RE
SIPENCES, to attend the sale, for ve feel
perfectly assured they will be suited in LOTS
and PRICES. At the! above mentioned time
and place, the contracts will be let out for build
ing a I
COURT HOUSE & JAIL,
to the lowest bidder, poth the buildings to be
built of brick ; and onjthe first day of the sale
a plan of ihe public buildings will be submitted
to he public for inspection. The sale will be
continued until all the Lots are sold.
, ! - JORtAN COUNCIL,
May 28, 1849. j 3t5
To House-keepers knd all who intend
TO MARRY SOON.
HE subscribers having! entered into a co-partner-
nership in the Cabinet! Making Business, take this
opportunity of informing the citizens of this Town and
County and the surrounding Counties, that they have on
hand and can furnish on short notice, all articles in their
linp at as cheap a rate as ctyn be bought anywhere in
ihijs couptry, viz : i
MTartlrobes Dressing Bureaus,
Centre Tables, China Presses, Chairs, Bedsteads, kt.
Alsq, a large and neat assortment of Coffins always on
hand. Please call.and give us trial. Wean be found
at the old stand, opposite tfre Rowan House, formerly
occupied by David V atson All kinds of country pro
dace takerin exchange fori furniture.
i - WM. ROWZEE.
' : ; S. R. HARRISON.
Salisbury, Mby 1849. 1
THE undersigned at Mfeiy Sessions, 1849, f Rowan
County Court, qualified as Executors to the Will
of John Fraley, dee'd. . We hereby notify a!l persons
haying claims against the estate of John Fraley, dee'd,
to presnt them for payment within the time prescribed
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recov
ery ; and ail persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make payment. I
I ; ! MONTFORT S. FRALEY,
i WM. R. FRALEY",
May: 12, 1849:642 I Executors.
IIilIboro IV. C.
THE exercises of this Institution will be again re
sumed on Wednesday the 18th of July, next. It
is desirable that students should be punctual in their at
tendance at the opening of the session.
J. W. NORWOOD,
June 0, 184p;6t6
Secretaiy of the Trustee..
1V.1N U V JJji JJ GiE. VIS
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving the largest and best sutd1v '
of BOORS AND STATIONARY, ever broughAo this nTkeUfff wff'
are as follows : ; i. '
Webster's Life knd Speeches : Clay's do. do. ;
Calhoun's do. do ; Macauley's England ;
Chalmen Power of God ; Life of Franklin ;
Life Of Penn ; Life of Mahomet, Cook's Voyages ;
Female Poets of America ; Female Poets of England ;
Women of the Revolution ; Irving's Columbus ;
Irving's sketch Book ; Irving'a Tale Traveller ;
Goldsmith's works;' Goldsmith's Animated Nature ;
Modern Accomplishment ; Louis Blanc. 2 vo!s. ;
Women of the Scriptures; Comstock's Philosophy ;
Comstock's Chemistry ; Lincoln's Botany ;
An thon's Classical Dictionary ; Ainsworth's Dictionary ;
Plutarch's Lives; New Greek 'Grammar ;
Caesar ; Sallast ; Homer ; Horace ; Virgil ; Anabasis ;
Jacob's Greek Reader ; Prose Composition ;
Ltin Lesson ; Letters on Astronomy ;
Mfneralogy ; Miner's-Guide ; Friends and Fortune ;
Washington and his General's, (Headley)
Napoleon and his Marshals, (IJeadley)
(Carey and Hart)
Bancroft's Life of Washington,
Signer's of the Declaration. American Manual ;
Prose Writers of America ; Poets and Poetry do. ;
300 new Novels ; 75 reams
SALISBURY: 2V. C, April 2G, 1819.
IS NOW ALL THE CRY.
WE respectfully invite our customers, friends and
the public generally, to call and examine our stock
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which we are now receiving from Philadelphia and New
York, of the latest importations, consisting of
Dry Goods Hats, Caps and Bonnets
of various descriptions; shoes, leather, &c, &e.; hard
ware, cutlery, delf, granite, china and glass ware; fine
Double and Single barrel Shot Guns;
finished and unfinished rifle barrels; pistols, Sec., Sec.;
chapeaus, plumes, swords, belts, sashes, epeaulets, silver
and gold lace of different widths, silver stars, eagle but
tons, &c.; groceries of all kinds and of good quality;
Blue Cotton Yarn,
Weavers Reeds, Brdss Clocks, (warranted)
and numerous other articles space not admitting to enu
merate ; all of which as is customary of late days to boast
of, having been purchased at the very' lowest prices, and
the cash paid ; and are now offered for sale, and must be
sold upon equally low and accommodating terms as at
any other establishment in this burg. Please call, ex-
amine and jude for vourselveB, as we phall tuke pleasure i
IT! OThlbttinrr illl ffiwula onl tn-k nnnu t.-i v rii 4,k td.touu
who may favor us with a cull.
Salisbury, April 19, 1849. 50
New Cabinet Ware Rooms
BtibrL.lb his r.-spects to
XT the citizens of Salisbury and
surrounding country, with a tea-!
der of his services as a
prepared to execute all orders in his line with despatch
in the most superior workmanlike mnnner aTul best
style. He will keep constantly on hand the best mate
rial for making
sofas, bureaus, ottomans,
Wardrobes, Dining, Centre Peer, and other Tables ;
Wardrobes, Dining, Centre,, Peer, and other Tables ;
Rocking, Office, and Parlor Chairs; Bedsteads of su
perior finish and latest fashion.
0Friends of deceased persons will find it to their
interest to send to him as an undertaker.
Specimens of his work and skill can be found at the ;
ware rooms in Cyrus West's large brick building, next ,
The cheapness, durability, and superiorly of all work 1
turned out from his shop will be a guarantee of the pa- '
tronage of the public. ;
Repairing done at the shortest notice.
Country prpduce rind lumber of all kinds suitable for
Carpenters and Cabinet Makers, taken in exchange for ,
any thing in his line. A large quantity of shingle's im
mediately wanted. j
Salisbury, May 10, 1849. 1 J
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL,
RALEKiH, N. C.
Eight Milrs Weft of Raleigh.
Right Rev. L. S. Ives D. D. Visitor.
fHE summer Term of these Schools will commence
JL on Wednesday, the Gth June.
A punctual attendance of the pupils is requested.
For circulars, containing ful information as to Terms,
ice, apply to the subscriber.
Rector of St. .Mary 'f School.
Raleigh, April 12, J49. . 9t0
AVE received a large supply of fresh Oiirdcu
Seed, and as they were selected by a friend of
theirs who has for a long time" dealt in that lii.e of busi
ness, they therefore recommend them to their iriends and
the public generally, as the best article of (Jarden Seed
that have ever been brought to this market. Among
them may be found Snap, Refugee, French, China,
Dwarf, Butter, and Lima Bean? ; Long Green and Ear
ly Cluster Cucumber ; Okra, assorted ; Parsnips, a ort.;
Dwarf Marrowfat and Early frame Peas ; Red and YeF
low Tomatoe ; .Early Yellow sugar, red turnip, long
blood, and white sugar Beets ; early York, sugar loaf,
winter drumhead, flat Dutch, red Dutch, and mountain
snow head Cabbage ; long Orange Carrot; Ice, and
snow head Letuce ; long scarlet Radish, purple Turnip,
early bush Squash. . March 1, 1849 43
25 Dollars Reward!
RANAWAY from the, subscriber in Aagrst, l4,a
aed about forty vears. common height, named Charity,
sometimes called Charity Craige, having been raised
' . n i . v n
the late Thomas Uraige. saa .egro oman is i
thought to be harbored by her colored friends about
Salisbury and vicinity. I will give the above reward to
any person for her delivery or confinement in jail so that j
I mav fret her. M. BOGER.
Salisbury, April 19, 1849.
Important to Mill Owners.
TXOTCHKISS'S Vertical Water Wheels forwlein
And in Lincoln Coy
March 12, 1847 tf45
! 1 ?iSVP f, E"8nd ; do. otthe AncVnta ; ; -Poetical
Workiof Crabbe, lWbrt; Pollock ; Cowpe; !
1 hompson. Ilemans. Younv anl fioiri j
Hal'.am'a Middle Ages ; do. Consthutionil Hitorr ; t
Cribb's Synonymes ; Waverly Novell ;
History of the Bstile ; Wondrr3of the World;
Burke's Work ; Byron's do.; Moore do.; -Robertson's
do.; Scott's do.. anJ Miscellanies ; ,
Modern British Essayist, (Macauley's)
Talfourd and Stephen's do. ;
Sydney Smith, Shakseare ; Man and kit Motive;
Modern Infidelity ; Lock's C-fsays ; Sacred Harp ;
Taylor and Staff; Southern Harmony ;
Scott do , American Chesterfield,
Book of Politeness, Book of Martyrs,
Nettleton's Remains, -
Chillingwonh's Religion of Protestants,
Virginia, ii History and Antiquities,
McCulloch's Commercial Dictionary,
McMahan's American Gardner, -Jack
Halyard; Robinson Crusoe;
Paper ; Wafers, Seals, &c.,&c.
M. BKOWiN &, SON.
COME AND BUY !
. . . t
THE subscriber is now receiving one of lb bafuN"
somest and cheapest Stocks of
SPRING AND SUMMER
ever offered in this market, purchased in Philadelphia:
and New York, from the latest Foreign Arrivals, and '
at the lowest cash figures, consisting in part of bFk,bIue,
golden, French adelades and apple green Cloths; black
military striped and other fancy Cassimeres and Vestinja,
Knglish and French Drap de Eta; handsorr.e children '
plaid and stripes ; a large stock of cotton ades ; and all -other
kinds of gentlemens summer wear. Also, splendid
bl'k Taffeta and Gro de Rhine Silks, plain fig'd chamelr
on Pou de Soie, plain and fig'd silk Tissues, be rage, oi!f
silk for lining, linen chambra ys, embroid'dSwiss Robes, v
linen cambric Handkerchirfs ,(a large stock) bl'k and
uj r j tm i i il t i j
v J '
granadines, fancy and furniture Prints, bl'k and col'd At-
pocca Lustrrs, Florence, plain straw, Rock Roe and Al
ladm Bonnet., I'mhrt-jlas and Parasols, bolting Cloth, '
linen ehee tins 4, 7, 1 0 and 12 quarter wide.bro. &. bleach'd :
drills, (ass'd) bl'd and I ro cotton tliinings and hretingii, ;
j large stock of ready made clothing, fioormattinp, blasting
powder, mining Rope, Rio Coffee, bro. and loaf Sugar,
crushed and pulverised do., superior Tea, almonds, raia
ins, sole leather, lining and binding skins, tanned alieep '
and Morocco pkinj, harness leather, clover and praaa
seed, saddles, bridles ami paddle bap, leather trunk,,
mackerel in bbla and half bLU, white lead.sp'ls turpen
tine by the gal. or bottle, cop.il varnish, tflnera oil, 8 bjr
10, 10 by '2 and 11 by lfi glaps, anvils, vices, grain and i
gra scythes, steel weeding lnes, shovels and pedes,
mill and cross cut saws, f-hei-t Iron: Also, a large1
STOCK OF FINE CUTLERY,
carriage springs, axles, stained eIb?s lamps, patent and
painted cloth, lace, fee , bc. Miles' dress boots and la
dies fehoes, fur, silk, Panama, Leghorn and palm leaf
hats and caps.
!Books andStationary, ;
; J tt"r .3-. V J w
China, Class and Queensware, LarJ Lamps, (very hand
some) Nova Scotia Crind Sione!, &c., togeiher with art ,
endleM variety of other goods not rnr'l,0,,rd. Persona 1
vimlinz this market would do well to call nt the NeV,
Cali Store, corner ea?t of the Court-Hou, before
buying, as I am determined to offrr to cash buyers at-, j
wholesale or retail, extraordinary inducements in th .
way of handsome and fresh g"xls and low prices.- Call
and judge for yourselves ' ' "
J03. F. CHAMBERS. '
I Salisbcry, April 1619. 49 "
, , . , . u
! urrTT a vn CTTTV f TV f EMJr 1 1
! FASHIONS FOR IS 19. i
HORACE If. BLAUD, ,
HAS jast received, (t h!a '
old s;and.) from New
l ork , the Amerirmm and Lai-
w a. t V
end Suir.ruer of 1649, ,anin
wi' continue to receive then..,
quar:e-y. I Ie is prepared to
execute all orders in hJa)in.'
of the trade, in a fasbiouble..
and workmanlike mae&rr,at "
thj shortest notice. From tie1
lor? extenence in the art ot
onttintT onsl -- I rr er i r-m r f4 Via fAa1 Vflfi It t I iklSti
he can give satisfaction to his customers. j
He respectfully relariis his thanks to hii frirndi and
the publie for their liLr-al pupport tf-ndered him herelo---fore.and
will end avnrtTy increased efforts to p!bi
customet? to fi. nt a continuance of their favorf.' . .
HOR ACC II. BCARD.
N.B. All kindsofcountry produce taken a t thtuar-;
ket nrices fur work. " ! - "t".
Salisbury, Sejt 21 , 2S43. ,tf 47 of vol 4 ' i
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP.
THE subscfiVra respeetfllj i-.
form the citizens of Salrriuy,
and the Mrroonding fummnyph
ibev Kikre nnrrkaed litC r". ( f. .
r " '
Boot and Shoe Shop
formerly ' owned by Henry Miller,
F-sq , oprl th; I
fwr lnroliv' a:nre-where they intend to mariujae-..
ture a large and fashionable tock of Boots andboevj
all of which they will warrant to Le of fbe bert materi
als and workmanship. All persons who may favor Ua
with their cuwom may ret assured thai ihrir work
be promptly and well done. we haood
and a BuU-cwker not to be surpassed tattaa f f
by j country
r.. : .?r in it bminm. we teel eo
.i. will b able io give ettire Mifction io s.l t
who p-trooiz us. and ask the public Io i' us a tftal.
.,r:..i.. ; iKi K.. tine tbsfikfullr received an4
faithfully executed. Repairing
All IH 1U nr. ' ' .
doue at fcotf" roufv im
ihe weaieM manner. f v '
Country produce t.ken in payf , ,
JESSE U- HOWARD CO.
Salisbury, April 3, I a'tT 'L
Brown & James 1
-w- ir -vA imnn? a karirtT f other rtl-
Ij- cles. a largr quantity of aupeiftne yiU.
Salisbury, Aftxl VI, IMS
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