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v OTIB CENTRAL ROAD
! :'i 'vfi Havi an account of ji interesting
I t Salisbury, on the 10th inst.
S this d from the spirit lately man,
ifested in'-ifcf. we ore more and more
"fn incrd that an enlightened policy will
equally triumph over the dull and stu
pidinntienefs that oppose the march of
t , L. ' J L--LJ :., onrf honor. Not
ut otate ia pros ciiijr
. f : iijJ-i Knt in many sections
along the line the Koad .fresh impulses
aictl tJthis movement and the gen
rMf.cntimt ncfvvisthat the road will
An Irish b
SONS OF TEMPERANCE, j
Salisbury Dinsion, No. 7. ;
A FULL ATTENDANCE of the Members of this
Division is earnestly requested on 1 Monday ;; night1 29th
instant, as business of interest and importance to' all
' 'Xiid would it not be surprising if it is
poi't ; ! The first favorable opportunity is
dv offered to hc citizens, to lay the ba
sil of a full developement of the resources
'of the State, p! Internal Improvements vi I
ntjt-:fetop With the Central Road, col.
lateral branches'will spring up from time
to time, and the vast products of our soil
vithUher fndmtri I, efforts of an intelligent
-,t hrfriotic1 tiooulation, will be under the
coatfdl.of oiir, citizens, and enure, in part
nt le&st, to the benefit of our own State,
an(J not exclusively to that of our kind
.pghhors, who wish to relieve us from
i the embarrassment of transporting our
0xfti product ions, and deriyjiig profits from
them, - -.
'1: Vminglon, which set this ball of In
:tnM Improvement in motion at great
isjcrificfiS of money anI labor, and (in the
ijxcc-bf opposition the most reckless and
; unprincipled from other sections, rejoices
io the glorious prospect presented by this
,ftnd is gratified in the hope that
I ftthfT'citizens of the State may taste the
t pjjotxj -fruits of' realous: and persevering
'!po ahead bo not daunted by opposition or
tflstnayed at the gloomy aspect which the
ihori on may at times present. There is
glorious day opening for the '-good old
JS'ortlx State' when the busy hum of in
pastry shall gladcn the regions that now
present despondency and poverty ; when
JaboshaU meet its due reward and enter
prise n joy Ui honors which
are lawfully! its own. Let our friends a
We' say it shall be done and it will be
Jorifl. Let t(ro voice of a patriotic people
'command it. ahd in this cause, a cause so
ttrtiioqs andihpnorable, theyi will realise
UN, the truth of the noDular adeei u Vox ronu
FiiVo Dei 17
ON OP JOH N MITO H EUI
aper says that the British Go
vernment Imvel given Mr. Mitchell i (the
t ' i:.:Ll J !-. l ...u'.
iriSH pouiicsil cunvtci tcuvc iu;go wcr;
ever he maV choose, provided it be not in
British territory.; It is . presumed; that , he
will make His residence in some jpart af
Germany. J -. ' ' I ' ! ;;
The French Government arefsaid to
have rejected the proposed and long hop
ed for sedlemeiit with GeneraF Rosas,
which on trie part of England had just
been agreed to. Admiral Lepredour has
been superseded and a Rear Admiral,1
Roman pedsseS. is to proceed at! once to
Montevideo in the frigate La Bandore ;
an expeditic n pf 4000 men is also to be
despatched. ! i r;
The only pbject of conversatiop in the
political circles of Barisis the manifesto
of the Bopei It has been remarked as
singular, thbugh not altogether urfexpect
cd, that throughout the whole of this man
ifesto the name of France nowhere oc
curs, though sh has played soDrPminent
akpart i n re'storirtg the Sovereign I Pontiff
to his temporal Government. This stu
died omission has grievously wourjded the
pride of that country, and is certanly nt
calculated tj heal the differences o long
existing betveen the two nations.
In speaking of Gen Taylor's prc-clama
tion-forbiddi!ng the invasion of Cuba from
the United States, the European! Times
says: J .
' Vc are glad to find that President
(Taylor is not disposed to sanction afmighty
act of spoliation, to be committed by a
band of mercenary and unprincipled ad
venturers. Throughout the whole of these
jdoings, it is carefully kept out o view
France, Spin, England, and the Uite4
States are parties, by which the depen
dency of Cdba to the mother counntry of
opnin is especially guarantied.
will be transacted.
S. Reetes, Jr.. R. S
JOHN D. BROWN, W. P.
A babe in a house is like a well-sonn? of pleasure, a
j messenger of peace and love ; 1
Yet it is a talent of trust, a loan to be rendered back with
interest," 1 Tupper.
Oct 20. A son to Mr. Daniel Shaver, Coanty.
In Lincoln County, on the 17th instant, by the Rev.
Dr. Morrison, P. K. ROUNSAVILLE . ;AtSfrnv' lit
1 Law, of Lexinsrton, to Miss MARTHA C. GRAHAM.
daughter of the late J. D. Graham, of that County.
At the residence of him son-in-law. fVL Jhn Mnr.
dock, in Iredell County, on the 19th Inst., Mr. WII
i.lA3l <.t,LE, mthe 86th year of his age. He
fwas a member of the Presbyterian Church i and hav-
; mg spent about half a century in the service of Christ,
ucpaiiru ui peace
In this Town, on the 23d instant, SUSAN, infant
daughter of Richard B., and Maxv Pendleton. . ao-ed
3 months. ?
r Ijocofoco Kascality in Ohio. Last win-
ierj Mr; Breslin, the.Locofoco Sneaker of
the Hosc of Representatives, wrote to
ma pf his constituents a letter from which
THE MARKETS, i
Salisbury, Oct 25. Bacon 6 ; Branky 40 0 50 ;
Butter 10 ; Beeswax 15 ; Cotton 7 8 1 Cotton Yarn
(S 80; Coffee O 10: Corn 25 30 i Feathers 25 .
Flour per bbl. 4 4 j ; Iron 2 J 4 ; Lfnseed Oil 65
io o ; lans at (a o ; jais (d to ; jinsn rotatoes
40 ; Sweet do. 30 ; Sugar, (brown) 6 (St $ ; Loaf 10
111 ; Salt, (sack) 2 0 2$ ; Tallow 10 12 : Wheat
; Whiskey 25 30. -
Favetteville, Oct. 16. Brandy, peach, 75 85:
fDitto, apple, 50 55 : Beeswax 18 : Baeon 5 6 :
Cotton 10 104; Corn 45 55; Coffee 9 12: Flour
4J 5: Feathers 28 30 : Flaxseed 1 fe $l : Iron,
Swedes, 5 6 : do. English 3 4 : Lard 6J 7 :
Leather, sole, 20$ : Molasses 25 28 : Nails., cut, 5 :
fQats,2530: Sugar, brown, 6 9: do. loar.ll 12$ :
fSalt.sack, 1 50 1 75 : Tallow, 8 9: Wheat 75
(3 B0 : Whiskey 35 36. : in
Cheraw, Oct. 23. Bacon
il5 20 : Beeswax 18 20
Frcslij Hcdlcincs !
:- i s. i
Tt HE subscribers ha?e just received at tbir Dsco
Store, corner of the Mansion Hotel, the LARG
EST and BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF
DRUCS,tEE3!ICALS, PAIXTS, jOILS k DYE-STUFFS,
ever brought to this market, and which they now ofier
i at wholesale or retail. We particularly invite the at
tention of Physicians, Druggists jand Merchants to our
( stock, which we pledge to sell alt lower rates than any
establishment in this part of the State. With the assur
' ance again that our prices and trms will please all, we
return our sincere thanks to the public for their very lib-
eral patronage heretofore extended to us. Below we
present a list of a few of the articles comprising our stock:
Pulv. Ipecac, Hyd. Chlo. Mjt.,
j Rhei.Jalap, Sulph. Quinine,
! Colunnbo, Scilla, Sulph. Morphine,
fjamboge, Acit. do., I
Arrow Root, Salacine,
Pearl Barley, Red Lead, !
Cort Cinch, Venitian Red.l
Also, a, large assortment of SHOP FURNITURE.
Prescriptions furnished at all hours. Orders from a
distance punctually attended to. i
BROWN & JAMES.
Salisbury, August 16, 1849. ! lOvol 5
v ; for.
California j Houses. A gentleman, an irii
habitant of Mazatlan, but at present n New
York, has bad an iron house built for export to
Francisco, tt is three stories high, and about H0 33 G 37i Nails, cut, 6
twenty.five by forty feet in dimensions.! It will
go out complete in every respect except the set
ting up. This house is nearly ready, land so
well pleased is the owner with its appearance
that he yesterday gave an order (or thirty three
iron houses, of various dimensions, to. be got
ready as soon! as possible. His present inten.
tion is to buy a vessel, load her wilhthee hous.
es, and take these smaller sizes directly up the
Sacramento Iq the miniiag district. Ttibune.
per lb. 6 ' 6j : Butter
Coffee 9 62 11 : Cotton
9 10 : Corn 40 45 : Eggs 10 124 ; Flour 5
$6 : Feathers 25 32 : Iron 5 6 :lLard 7 8
lueamer soie; is (a) : molasses 35 14U : do. Cu-
6i: Ridef4f 54:
, Sugar, brown. 7 10
verpool, 1 62i li75
do. Loaf, I2i 15 : Salt, Li-
The PlanTc Uoad. We are informed that a
. TOWN ELECTION! ! v
rpiIE COMMISSIONERS of Salisbury have di
j reeled Polls to be opened at the Courtrllouse on the
J6th and 1 7th days of November, to ascertain the will
bf the qualified voters of the Town for or asrainst a sub
scription of $15,000 by the corporation lit the stock of
he Central Kail Koad. The Polls to be opened at ten
p clock and closed at sun set each day. The voting to
be viv a voce before the Clerk of the Bnnrd whn chall
(keep a lair and true record of the same. ?; :
'ollowinls an extract:
Columdus, March 4, 1849.
;j Vcaf Sir ."i We had another election
.yesterday, and elected fbur Democratic
l Ve; would have elected twelve, but
Lajimer of IVrry, bolted and voted with
the Whigs. !As soon as we discovered
i thii vc rnHc a FUSS by point of orler,
Ukci nnd!by DOUBLE BALLOTING, de-
. lat?l an elect-ion every ballot. We kept
up "ihc1; confusion' for three hours, and
! then compelled the Whigs to adjourn until
10. o clock to-morrow.
i I There take that as a specimen of Hon
.'lc.sty!ll6nor and Patriotism ! !
) ; ero is a deliberate, monstrous fraud
tu), r,i (j at, con fesrsed by the Speaker of
the IloOsp (!) and to which he was a
; $ifylUh)uhvillc Journal.
bout seven miles of the Road, between this and jk.Mw,, oo iqio.o?
f , t j ? , j October 22, 1849:42d Intendant Police
fTiIIE Membersof the Board of Superintendents of
Murchison's Factory, is already opened and
Letters have been received in this place frorn
il.. U.t, i ... : j: .!.! .
a reported location of the route in Randolph he Clerk Office on Thursday the 1st dayjof November
county. It may quiet all such rumors o state for the purpose of apportioning the School! fund among
. I . l- .., it :, iLj:.;. All.l.. I . i . r
mat no part oi tne line oi me roaa Devona jiur fuc memurrs are requeatea io anena.
chison'a Fartorv has hepin WatftH Ptr.4t n in t A. W. BRANDON. Chairman
:J.: a At i. .uJo.-i.r Salisbury, Oct. 22, 1849:lt25 of the Board
holders. It is to be hoped that the friends of
the enterprizet will manifest a little generous
conuuencc in tnose wno nave it in cnarge.
i ii ui i Ji m;
eA letter from the Hon. T. L. Clingfnon, of
CHARLOTTE, N.Ur -
HE Proprietor of the above Establishment informs
his friends and the travelling community that he is
iow prepared to accommodate all who may feel inclin-
- . . ii l: ti. t i i
.v". o. . i . ... f t iV ea io cau on niui. iie inaK.es no special pieoges pre-
Dis &tate, uprjn llie subject ot Ide IHjalianal ferring lo let facts speak for themselves, the premises
Currency, adUresed to biuieon Draper ot INi have undergone a thorough repair, and are newly fur-
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT of HAMPDEN
fjriHE twelfth annual course of Lectures in this In
JL stitution, will commence on Monday, October 22d,
1849, and continue until the middle of March.
R. L. Bohax jux, M. D., Prof, pf Obstetrics and Dis'-
eases of Women and Children.
L. W. Chamberlaynk, M. D., prof, of Materia Vledi-
ca an-d Therapeutics. i
S. MiuFi.v, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
uaAS.'tiELL Uibson, M. u., ftof. of Surgery and Sur
Carter P. Johnsox, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy and
David H. Tucker, M. D., Prof, of Theorv and Prac
tice df Medicine.
A. E. Pettcolas, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Museum, Apparatus and illustrations for the de
monstrator departments have recehtlv received manv ad
ditions, and are now very complete. The facilities for
rracocal Anatomy, are unsurpassed. The Clinical ad
vantages are fully commensurate with the wants of ihe
studen, and especially valuable to those preparing for
practice at tne bouth. Clinical Lectures are given twice
a week in the College Infirmary, (which is in immediate
contiguity with the College.) and- once a week in the
.Richmond Alms House. In these institutions the dis
eases-occurring in Southern practice are met with, aind
the student has the most eligible opportunities of becom
ing acquainted' with their types and treatment. The fre
quency of Surgical operations before the class, together
with ihe facilities for witnessing tlje treatment of Surgi
cal cases, renders this one of the bst Schools of Practical
Charges Matriculation $5, Tickets of the Profes
sors, $105, Practical Anatomy $10, Graduation Fee
$25 jj Board, including fuel, lights, and servants' attend
ance, may be obtained at 2J to 4J per week.
S. MAUPIN, M. D.,
Aug. 16. 1849 7tl5 I Dean of the Facultv
Tne iriissEs mriizfs,
Formerlf Philadelphia, and recently Baltimore,
THIS Institution purposes commencing operation in
Salisbury, Rowan County, N.Carolina, September
The Pantographie Method of Teaching, which origi
nated in this Institution, is eminently calculated to make
learning a pleasant employment to young ladies. The
great variety of interesting and amusing illimtratioos
made use of, lends interest to many studies which are
usually regarded by young persons as dry and inwpid.
" Sounds which adJress ihe ear are lost, and die
In one short hour; "but that which strikes the eye,
Lives long upon the mind ; the faithful sight
Engraves the knowledge with a beam of light."
Young ladies are taught in wmall clarsea, and ihe
whole's ttention of a teacher is given to one class, the
gradual development of the youthful mind is watched
with much care, and throughout the course, the studies
of the pupil are carefully adapted to her mental capaci
ty and progress ; but the peculiarity of this method of
teaching is in the happy manner in which the difirrent
branches of study are illustrated.
Pupils will be received at a very early age ; and the
Coarse of Instruction will be far more thorough' and
complete than that of any school conducted in the or
dinary way can be.
. Terms ana Sessions.
The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of
five months each, commencing 1st September and 1st
February. The only vacation is in the months of July
THE CHARGES ARE
For Tuition in the Primary Department,
" " " Senior
Stationary, Fuel, and Use of Books, Charts, &c
Senior " "
Plain and Ornamental Needlework extra.
Modern Languages, Drawing and Painting, and Music,
at Professors' Prices.
There are no other charges parents are not required
to purchase any books tor their children.
Pupils will not be received for a less period than one
session. 3m 12
IS IfOW WIDE AWAKE J,
If you do not believe it, call at our j Store
and hear the prices of the large stock vf
Fall and Winter Goods,
WHICH WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
EING the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE
STOCK OF GOODS
we have ever opened, consisting in part of the following,
Black, Blue. Olive and Invisible Green Cloths. , . '
Black and Fancy Caiwimeres, (new vy'.r) j
Tweeds, Sattinets, Kers7S, tni Flannels, j 1
Merino Shirts and Drawers, - I
A large Stock of Plaid Lluscjs, Bed &
1 f !
rpiIE Trustees of the MO KG ANTON FEMALE
-fl. ACADEMY", take pleasure in announcing that
they have secured the services of the Rev. J. M. WtL
sos, as Prrincipal, assisted by Miss Pand, (an accom
plished lady from the North) in the Literary, and Mrs.
Ann E. Erwin, in the Musical Department The cha
racter of the Teachers, the heallhfulness and delightful
scenery of the location the hospitality and refinement
of the society of Morganton, enable this institution to
present strong claims for extensive patronage.
In the English Department, per sesssion of five months.
First Class, 7 50
Second Class, 10 00
Third Class, 15 00
Latin, French, Drawing and Painting, extra,
Music on Piano, 18 00
Boarding can be had in respectable families at seven
dollars per month, every thing included.
The session will commence on the 15th of October.
R. C. PEARSON, President.
Morganton, Sept. 20, 1849. 21
Valuable River Land
BROWN & ELLIOTT
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall and Winter
poods, to which they invite; the attention of the la
dies smd gentlemen of Salisbury - and the surrounding
country. Their stock was selected by one of the firm,
with great caretand they believe-it will compare favor
ably with any slock in the market in style, quality and
priced It comprises a general assortment of
; I ; MARYLAND ELECTION.
)&ccvcr the Lqcos have succeeded in
; i thi.Sitf, it has been by a diminution of
vote, without any increase of the
I thicofocQ vote. Thte'proves that the Whigs
) haye ! h6t ccasctl to exisL, or that the Loco-
locos have not nuzmented their strength.
vf It proves also, that the Whigs are still as
j powerful as they ever were, and have
j onhto exert themselves to achieve a vie-
jthcjlUUimorc Patriot lias the subjoin
rcqarks on the result in Maryland :
Legislature will be decidedly
hig n both ijouses. There was no e
Jcctioii! for the Senate this year. The
hprnbers of that body arc divided into l i
frigs-land 7 Locofocos. So far,as we
pA returnsahe House of Delegates con
. ifstS of :M Vtti(r nn.l H t Locofocos. and
Mary's, Charles and Somerset to hear
,lTom; 'There' ii no regular opposition
ACXo the Whig tickets in St, Mary's
Charles. The six delecrates from these
DBties vould give, the Whigs 11 mem
M iii'the House, a maioritv of six. with-1
. toiintitio- SnrrnTsr.t. from which, it is
(reasonable to expect, the full ticket is
xorK, win be jtound on our second page
day. Mr, Cljngman has evidently bestow!
ed much studjf and thought upon the matter
and his viewg are forcibly presented. His
scheme seems Ho look to the establishment of
Banks in difirrent parts of the Country, fur
the issue of bills based upon Government slocks
or for an issue jof Treasury notes to incprporai
ted Bank?, or private Bankers, upon a fleposit
of (lovernment stocks with the Secretary of the
'I' T i? T--.. 3
i reasury. iai. i.egisier
Charlotte, Oct. 20, 1849.
J. D. BOYD.
Exercise and Health. Dovvning's Hprticulj
...... .-! - . 1 1 . 2. i
lurisi expat laies on uie auvainao iu our wu
men of seeking the air and using abundant ex
ercise, as the true means of preserving! health
and imparting to beauty a .more captivating
freshness. An excellent article hereon' finish-
es thus : ! '1
" A word or (wo more, and upon wha ought
to be the most important argument to all. Ex
ercise, fresh air, health, are they not 'almost
synonymous f iloo exquisite bloom pn the
checks of American girls fade in the jmatron
much sooner here than in England n0t only
because of the softness of the English climate.
as many suppose. It is because exercise, so
necessary to the maintenance bf health, is so
little a matter of habit and education here, and
so largely insisted uponnn England : and it is
because exercise, when taken here at all, Is too
often as a matter of duty, and has no oul in
it ; while the English woman, who takes' a live
ly interest in her rural -employments, Inhales
new life in every day'soccupation, and plant
perpetual roses in her cheeks by the mere act
of. planting therrr in her garden." f
RESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and the Public generally,
that he has opened a STOKE in this
Place, and is now receiving his Stock of
obaerve that, the Crand Ludire of Odd Fellows, at
4ir recent meeting;, inatructed a committee of that bo
h to fclect and havie prepared a block of marble, to be
tfdin the;Naiiiinal Monument to the memory of
Inljton, now m th course, of erection inWashing
' l This Is to bo done, pn behalf of the Odd Fellowsl
United States aa- 'a testimony of the regard they;
eurt'i fr the memory of him, who was "first in
rnnjin peace, fjrut in the hearts of his country
fv ; ; : ! h" ! ' .
IjT' rtvwt excellent idea ; and we trnat to see it
Ved op by other similar Institutions of the country.
Png to bnt one Order that of the Sons of Tern
He thinks it useless to enumerate in am advertise
ment, but will say that his stock of IRY JGOODS
consists of almost every article usually found in a Fan
cy Drv Goods Store in a City, which having-peeii selec-
tea wnn greai care in me principal ionnern amrKeis,
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
he is confident of offering such inducements to those
who may favor him with a call that cannot fan to give
satisfaction, as he is determined to sell at a very small
advance at first cost.
Salisbury, Oct. 20, 1849 ; 24
suitable for the season, ralso of iGroceries, Hardware,
They would call especial attention to their fine stock of
Cloth, Cassimeres, Vestings, Dress Silks, Merinos,
Mouseline de Lanes, Mohair Lustres, Alpaccas, Ging
hams, Shawls, Slc. Also, their fine Bebee Hats ; their
Bonnets, and Caps, Boots, and Shoes.
. Salisbury, Oct. 4, 1849. S 22
Important Decision in Nejo Jersey -The
United States Circuit Court at Trenton has
just decided an! important suit in tha State
where a plaint i(T claimed title to land under the
proprietors of East New Jersey, which was
derived from the frrant of Ktnff Charles II. to
his brother, the! Duke of York, made f March
12, 1654. This was a very comprehensive
at the Court
ouse, in bahsbury, on
Monday the 5th ot November next, ' y
(being Monday of County Court,) '"V
ONE TRACT OF LAND,
kh.own as the Tenpenny Tract containing about
v 200 ACRES,
lying about four miles from Salisbury, near the road
leading to Gold Hill. There is on the premises a good
large -barn, stable, and other out-houses, and about 75
acres 'cleared. Also,
- One other Tract
known as the Garner Tract, Containing about
33 5 A CRjES,
about: 50 acres of which is cfearfd, including a
meadow. This tract joins the other.
The above Lands are sold by order of the Court of
Equity, and will be sold on a credit of twelve months,
the purchaser giving bond with approved security,- Ti
tle to be made when the purchase monev is paid.
October 4, 1849 ; 5i22
Ready made Clothing
, For sale at reduced Prices !
FROM the 1st of August to the 1st of September, I
will sell my stock of Summer Clothing at cost.
CASH FOR NEGROES.
W hop5 (he Grand Divisions of each State
this monument, on behalf of the, constituency
. i .
hi. i . tnatter mp, and provide each a block, to be
tCTl monument, on behalf o
3 wprMfnt , The Grand Division in thia State is
iTi L!' Wtract; the Attention of its members. Ra-
I'5" f ln", Oct 19.
fp HE SUBSCRIBER wishes to purchase
.- a large number of
Likely Young Negroes
grant, beginning at St. Croix and extenvding to Of all descriptions suitable for the Sotithiccs
the east side of Delaware Bay, whicti grant tern market, viz :
invested the Dqke of York wiih the .property; ITIen, Women, Boys, and Girls,
and the power qf government. The Court dei persons having property of the above description to dis-
Clded (bat, " atler the revolution and th eslab4 pose of, will nnd it greatly to tneir aavamage oy ma
All who wish Bargains should call! at
Clothing Store. i
Salisbury, July 30, 1849. I
MRS. SUSAN CRAIG E,
offers for sale the valuable
on which she now resides. It is
situated about seven miles North, North-west ot Sal is
bury, on the main road leading to Mocksville. The
whole Tract comprises
A large proportion of it stretches along the Yadkin Riv
er, and is excellent bottom Land. Much of it is already
under cultivation, but the greater part of the Tract is
well timbered woodland. There are other improve
ments on the premises, consisting of a good dwelling
House, and all the necessary buildings for a farmer
Mrs. Craige will sell the whole tract together; or, if
if applicants prefer if, win" divide it to suit their wishes,
as nearly as practicable, if it can be done without seri
ous injury to the value of the whole tract.
For further information of the land, and also of the
terms on which a purchase may be effected, all persons
are referred to John I. ShaveT, Esq , of Salisbury.
Sept. 27, 1849 . 21
State of iiortn Carolina,
In Equity Fall Term, 119.
Lundy Harris, William Harris, Jesse P. Harris, Ward
Harris, Elmsly Harris, Dudley Harris, Marinda Harris,
and Nancy A. Harris, infants by Guardian, William
Harris, and Czekiel Ilaltum, and wife Polly, against
Benjamin Parish and wife Frances.
Amended Petition for the sale of the Lands of Elmsly
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt, that
Benjamin Parish and Polly his wif, the defendants
in this case, are not inhabitants of this State : It is there
fore ordered by the Court, that publication be made for
six weeks in the Carolina Watchman, a paper published
in this Slate, for the said defendants to appear at the
next Term of this Court, to be held for the County of
Davidson, on the first Monday after the 4th Monday in
March next, to answer and set forth the amount of the
advancements received from the intestate, Elmsly Har
ris, in his life time, and to stand to, abide and perform
the decree of this Honorable Court in the premises.
Witness, Peter K. Rounsaville, Clerk and Master of said
Court at office, in Lexington, the 15th of October,
1849. P. K. ROUNSAVILLE, CME.
Printers Fee 5 50 Gi24
To the Ladies of Salisbury L Vicinity.
TO THE IADXE3. I
We respectfully invite them t call, and we will show s
fine pox!. the cheapest and most fashionable to be
(bund in this market. ' ? ' '
Gloves, Ilantlkerchiefs. Laces, Edgings,
Hosiery, steel Bags, fine Shawls, c.
HATS, JI CAPS, ;
Fashionable Fur and Silk, (Fall style,) 22 do Cloth
and Oil Caps, Boots and Shoes, 500 pair Brojans,
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,1 ;
large assortment,) j
800 feet Patent Leather,Chase Hides. Curtain j Cloth,
Springs, Axles, &.c. ; 35 gallons coach Varnith
HA Hi) WARE AND CUTX.I3tY
Cross cut and Mill Saws ; 75 Kegs Nails, Axes, An
vils, Hoop Iron,; 8 boxes Tin Plate, Wool and Cotton
Cards, Shovels,. Forks and Spades, Cotton Rope. Al
so, a large assortment of fine Knives and rorks.
Porto Rico, Muscovado and New Oi leans Sujrars, Slo
an's clarified, pulverised and crushed do., 6 bags old
Java Coffee, Rio Coffee , green and black Teas, 1000
lbs.. Candles. 31 bbls and half bbls No. 1,2 i. 3 Mack
erel, 2J barrels fresh mess Shad, 5 bbls extra hue
TANNERS' OIX. j,
The above stock of Goods will be sold wholesale and
retail, as low as can be sold in this market. . " ..'
M. BROWN 4- SON;
Salisbury, Ang. 30, 1849. V
N. B. 10000 lbs. Clean WOOL wanted,!and for
which the highest price will be paid in goods.' j J
LIST OF LETTERS I
REMAINING in the Post Office, at Salisbutryj Oc
tober 1,1849. f
C. M. S. Andrews, Mrs. Margaret Austin, John S.
Amos, J. Albright, Jacob B. Allen, Ashe 6c Hargrave,
Mrs. Elizabeth Alexander, Lewis Agner, J. W. Itarkej
3 ; Hamilton Byres, Robert Bradshaw, J. R. Bulard, Jno.
Bolen, B. F. Bean 2 ; David P. Bates 4 ; David Barring
er 2 ; Mrs. Lucretia Crawford, John Carson, Peter Cas
per, Purges Cranford, Mrs. Jane Carey, Mrs. Julia A.
Chaplin, Thomas Clampet, George Cauble.Sala P.Dow
el 2 ; Wilford Dent, H. ArPaber, Daguerean Artist 2 ;
James Deaton, Pbely Deaton, Thomas Foard, John Fra
ser, Hubbard Foard, W. S. Gordon, Messrs. R. R. Hilt
5c Co, Joseph Hildebrand, Samuel Hollinjsworib, Jacob
Hill, William Hornbarger, Miss'Sarah Hnll, JohSson &
Brothers, L. II. Knight, Samuel Kesler, Benj. Little 3 ;
Miss M. Linebaugh, John M.Lile.W. W. C. Linney,
A. D. Lewis, Heirs of Micnjah Iewis, Jos. FarrJ Joseph
Patten, J. Shepard, Samuel 3. Motley, James Mitchel,
Patience Martin, James S. Mebane. Dr. Jos. D.i Mason
2; John Murray, A. S. Moseley, W. C. Miller, Miss
Mary Macanter, Mrs. Mary McNeely, Charles Mesirfrr,
Samuel Newland, David Owens, Aaron Pinkston, Hcji-
ryPless2; Daniel Peeler, Mrs. Lizer Pearce,-
Parks. Willis Peck. John C. Palmer, John Repult, S. C
Rogers, Paul Riblin, J. Reed, Charles Roaenbraw, Ro
bert Slavin, Miss Ann E. Swink, William Smith 2 ; W.
L Sfel, John Shuman, Westly Swain, Delphia Sidden,
Michael Snooping, James Sikea, Paul A. Seaford, Heirs
of James Stazzal. John Neikon, Mary Ann Saunders,
Elizabeth Todd, Turner k Anderson, P. Volintine, Maj.
J. D. Witlierspoon, J. Waddle, James White',!David
Watson, Solomon Young. B. JULI AN, 1.M.
THE subscribers having entered into a copartnership
in the Cabinet Business, take this opportanfty of
informing the citizens of this Town and surrounding
country, that they have on hand a fine lot of
made of mahogany, walnut, &c., and that they can fur
nish on the shortest notice, as fine mahogany and wal
nut furniture, as can be bought at any shop in this sec
tion of country. We have in our employ as good Work
men as can be found at any shop in this country and
iwe think that we can give satisfaction in both- I
1 FURNITURE AND PRICES; '
to all who may be so kind -as to favor as with a call.
We can be found at the old stand opposite the Row
an House, formerly occupied by David Wston
S. R. HARRISON. !
Salisbury, Sept. 13, IS 19. 1
lishmenl of a new Government, all royal rights
and privileges became vested in the people, re
presented by the sovereignty of New Fersey
and the proprietary rights became null and
VOid." --; .: I j
Lf f Craven.if Union Institute, in this Countv.
,: IK.H-"0 work und th' title, the
; 'tf. .TOr:kf found in another column.
I 1 's';i"!n hterary attainments a
: 11 ry ansinmenis are wen known and
b..??w'cilpJ by out readers, and we wish liim
fatli ,VlCctw fa hisndertakmg. Aiheborough
!;; I 1 j : -
1 1 ft. . : l i. . .. 7
ilaSt? iierant, has declared a Semi,
j.. Dividend of Three per ccut.
A Catiforniq Adventurer, Several fnonths
since a young gentleman of this city (rot reg
ularly engagedln trade) had the curiosity to irf
his hand at the California adventure, arid sent
out fifiy barrelsjof cider, which cost hinS $5 a
barrel. The freight was $3 more, roaming 8Q(
a barrel, or a total expenditure of S400 Sub
sequent ly he parted with a share in the iadveri4
turc to a friendi They haveJ just learned the
result. The cier sold in California for $120
a barrel, yielding a total ofI86,000, ninej-lebtlis!
of which arc clear profit.- Jwr. of Coipii f j
king early application to him, as he is paying Ihe ;high
est market prices in Cash. ; '
I N.B. He also wishes to purchase BLACKSMITHS,
Carpenters, and coopers, iu can be found
at the Hotel of John I. Shaver, Esq. J
I Salisbury, OctobeT 18, 1849. : 19
I O Persons at a distance having any of the abofe de
scription of property for sale, will be prompdy attended
tp by addressing roe. :
Dr. J. J.-.Suinmcrell, '
! Offers his Professional services to the citizens of
Salisburv and the surrounding country. ; j
! Ha vk alwnvs be found at his Office, in Shavers
jiTiotel, between the Drug Store of Dre. Brown &. James
and Buis' Confectionary, or at his residence. I rue oo
jcts of charity punctually attended to as uch.
' Ij AuGCST 1849.
1 LAND DEEDS
Beautifully printed and for sale here ,
Negroes fbr sale.
BYjrirtre of a decree of the Court of Iredell, I will
expose to public sale at the Court House in States
,ville,.on Tuesday the 20th November next,
SIXTEEN LIKELY NEGROES,
consisting of j
Men, Boys, Women nnd Girls.
One bf them is an excellent Cook. Terms made known
on the day. C. A. CARLTON, Adm'r.
0. 18, 1849 lt24 of John Carlton, dee'd.
Brown & Jamel
HAVE just received among a yariety of other arti
cles. a large quantity of superfine salad OIL.
Salisbury, April 12, 1849 j 49
FINE Mahogany Wardrobes, Dressing Bureaus,
Centre Tables, Sofas, Rocking Chairs, Slc., very
cheap for cash or country produce, for sale by
i KOWZEE & HARRISON.
50 PIECES COTTON; BAGGING
JTlJST received and foi sale cheap at the Store of
M. BROWN & SON,
Salisbury, Oct- 11, 1849
I LARGE and neat as
ihand and for sale by
A j LARGE and neat assortment of Coffins always on
ROWZEE & HARRISON.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
Tin, Louissi Ilrowu
HAVING received her FALL
fr WINTFR FASHIONS,
for the (resent year, tnks this me
thod of announcing it to her cusio
mers and the public. She hopes to
be favored with many calls, and be
lieves she will be able to give satis
faction to all. She may at any time
be found at her residence second door below theTost Of
She keeps on hand a small lot of Bonnets for sale,
and will make, dress, or bleach to order, atVhort notice.
Salisbury, Oct. 4, 1849 22
State oC north Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Aog. Term, 18 19.
State vs. Zebaton Thomas.
Attachment Levied on 45 Acres of Ian(L
n this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, ',
that the Defendant, Zebwlon Thomas, is not a resident of
this State : It is ordered by the Court that advertisement ,
be made for six weeks in the Carolina Watchman fr the '
Defendant to appear at the next Coort to be held for tbe '
County of Davidson, at the Court House, in Lexington, j
on the 2d Mooday in November, next, to replevy and .
plead, or judgment will betaken pro con fesso against him, t
and the land levied on condemned to the use of the Stale. .
Witness, C. F. Lowe. Clerk of our said Court, tt Office, '
tbe 2d Monday of August, 1849. j
C. F. LOWE.CPk.
Printers Fee $5 5() Gwl8 1
ROWAN BIBLE SOCIETY,
AUXILIARY to the American Bible Society, have
for sale at the store of Messrs M. Brown and Son. I
a variety of Bibles and Testaments at New York pri
ces. There are enough on hand to supply any auxili
ary society not requiring over 400 copies.
J.G. CAIRN ES.PreVt
Salisbury, Oct 10, 1819:23 Rowan Bible Society.
r WILL s-II my piock of HATS at greatly reduced
L prices. Call rwiore you purchase eisewnere.
Aug. 9 184914
J. II ENNISS.
TAILORING BUSINESS !
vja rTlIIE UNDERSIGNED having remov-j
la JL ed his shop to the roooi in tbe BRICKlt
Tf-ROW. formerly occupied by Could & Haw-; Tf
kins, would respectfully inform the public, that he is
prepared to cut and make all kinds of Garments in the
most durable and fashionable style. Ue is also', io tbe
regular receipt of the -- , ,
Fashions from the Northern CI tic-,
To those who have favored him with their pa iron -agr,
he returns bis most sincere thanks, and hoprs that
by attention to his buoineM, and a desiie to please, both
ns it respects the style and prices, to merit a continuance.
To tboM who have never tried him, be would say call
and try me, as I am determined to spare no pains ia lbs
execution of all work. : ' I
JOHN A. WEIRMANJ
Salisbury, Sept. C, 1849.
What Physician say of our Pill
Messrs. P. Chiuot t Co. Gents : For some years
past I have been partially acquainted with the effects of
your Orirntfil or SovenHiro Balm Pills sold in this vicin
ity by your agents, tbe Messrs. Wheelers. Having re
cently obtained some of them and nsed them in my fa
mily. I feel highly gratified in being able to declare them
(in my opinion) lo be a safe, efficient, and highly valu
able medicine ; superior to any Pills for family ose,ith
which I am acquainted. RrspectfuHy yours,
W. S. PADDOCK, MJ D.
Massena, Jane 8, 1847.
For sale by Boer &. Maxwel . Sal'-sbory; Fall &
Moirison, Statesviile ; DaviJ Fraley, Rockville i J. P.
Mabry, Lexington; D. Honncutt, Gold Hill; tad
wholesale and retail by PrtTCohen; t Ilayne irett.
Charleston, S. C. '. V - - ' 4t?9;
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