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fcCULY TO BED AND EARLY TO RISE.
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Early to bed atule arty to riso ; j!
Aye, noto Tt down in your brain, f : , P
For it helpvth to make the foolish wise, i
! .And uprooU ihty seeds of pain. 1 i r"
flfovwho are wulking'oa iborns of core, -:
i; 1 AVbo sigh for a softer bower,
Ty what can bp dne in iho nwrninjr sun,
! AndL raake uscof thftcoriy bour.
Full many a t!6y U trrvrr kt
t .1 tJy dtluyiiis work till, to-morrow j
irnnutps ftb har often cost
J I JUn year of booties sorrow.
And )0 who would win the lasting wealth
' Of Content an J peaceful power,
- J'e ;who WauU cvup!? Labor and Health,
Must begin at the early hour.
AV make bo!d promises to Tiny?,
I Yetr alas! tot often brealytfieni ;
AVa mock ftt.the wings of the King of Kings,
f..jAud think vtfeaa overtake them.
But why loiter away ibc'primc of the day,
j Knowing that c!ouds may lower 1
Is it not safe to make life's hay
: In the bcaiiMi of the early hour ?
"Nature herself ever shows her host
j Of getos to the gaze of the lark,
.', When the spangles of light on Earth's green breast
TFut out the stars of the dark.
If Wo love the purest pearl of the dew,
And the richest breath of the flower;'
If, our spirits would greet the fresh and the sweet,
i Go forth in the early hour
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Oh I pleasure and rest are more easily Tound
Whcu wc start throogh Morning's gate,
Td sum up our figures, or plough up our ground, j
And Weave out the threads of Fate.
The eye lookcth bright and the heart kcepeth light,
And man holdrth the conqueror's power,
When, ready and brave, he chains Time as his slave
' j fry the help if the early hour.
LOSING ONE'S TEMPER.
IIY SIRS. MARY GRAHAM.
I was sittiri? in mv riom one mornins feel-
Ing all out of sorts' abiipt something or other,
when an orphan child, whom I had taken to
raise, tame in with a broken Itjmbler in her
band and said, while her young face was pale-,
and her little lips quivered
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! CPt ma'arh I I went lo take (his tumbler I
from the dresser to get Anna a drink of water,
and I let it fall.
" j I iras In a fretful humor before the child
came In, and her appearance, with a broken
tumbler in her hand, didn't tend to help me to a
belter' state of mind. She was suffering a good
deal of pain in consequence of the accident,
and needed a kind Word to quiet the distressed
beatings, of her heart. Uut she had come to
. njotiii'jan. unfortunate moment.
'(Vquuraa careless little girl Ksaid I se.
verely, taking the fragments of glass from her
trembling; hands. A very careless little girl,
and I am displeased with you.'
! I said no more, but my countenance express
eJ even! slronger'rebukc than my words. The
child lingered near me for a few moments, and
men pnrunk away Irom the roonv 1 was sor.
in a mbmehCthat I had permitted myself to
speak 'unkindly to the little girl, for there was
no 'heed of my doing so, and, moreover, she
bad taken rny Words, as 1 could see, deeply to
hearl,! I had made her unhappy without a
cause.' The breaking" the tumbler was- an
accident, likely to happen to any one, and the
Child jpvidfBtly felt bad enough about what had
occurred without having my displeasure added
thereto. It I was unhappy before Jane enter
ed my room. I wnssiill more unhappy after
he retired.. I blamed myself nnd pittied the
CbilJ; but this did not in the least mend the
! In 'about nn hour, Jane came up very quiet-
whm n iiij, Hij,ucr hmio curiy-naireu an-
grl.ftced boy in hcraims. He had fallen asleep, !
nd she hid with her utmost strength, carried
c him up stairs. She did not lifi her eyes to mine
; ki she entered, but went, with her burden, to
tho. low bed that was in the room, where she
Jaid him tenderly, and then sat down with her
I lac turned partly away from me, and with a
fankept ofTthe flies, and cooled his moist skin.
Enough of Jane's countenance was visible
jto enable mo to perceive that its expression was
pad.: ; And it wastn unkind word from my lips
lhat had brought this cloud over the young face I
. "So much fur permitting myself to fall into a
i fretful 'mood, said I mentally, 'In future I
. jjst jtye more watchful over my state of mind.
I ha.ve ;no right to make others suffer from my
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j; , Jano continued to sit bv Willy and fin him ;
ahd evryQU-rand Ihen-I -cHd hear a very
joiv sigh comolip;nrif inVolrwIy from her
bosom. Faint a4he sound 7isjfsmote up.
on myi car, and added to my -unaccountable
(rarne of mind. '
isA friend called, and I went down into ihp
parlor'i jind I sat coiwersing there for nn hoifr.
'Hut all jlhio. whil there was a wjghl.-upon my
ifeclin'g. I tried, but. in ai:, to be cheerful.
(I wagfrbo idutinclly awaro of the fact, that an
jndiyidual41atd that a motherless titile-girl
was unhappy Ihrotigh my unkindness, and the
conscious no is was like a heavy hand upon my
bcom.: ' . -" :
; i 'ThU is nil a weakne??, I said to myself, af-
fr my friend had left, miking an HTurl to throw
lfT thej uucpmforlal.l feeling. Hut it was of
nd layall. 1 Even if the new I rain of thought
i awakrned by conversation with-mr fiiend. had ;
uica rq atmye the state ol mind in which I
Was when she came, the slghtof Jane's sober
lace, as ). ped tne on the stairs, would
; hare dpresied my feelings agtin.
U - Inordet lnth to relievo my own and the
- flii!dYMrng, 1 th..iht I would refer to ihe
1 liffril n- f 1 1 rVtf tt.k a.. II L . - t-
iclf abo.il t, as it was of n consequence what.
r,.r A i. i ... . 7 . .
Ua-lii i . . i "" made
... ,..M,v,lrUKn,in.M.i hit mat Iliad been in
png l ana nn llislinclire rerltnL of nrirl
finvhUralru nainl that.
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Ah'.mcr 1 iirhed Whv .!'.,! I .r...;.
ihM,i... Vi.. ' -
- vFr prnn fUl r-i iilUIl f I I IIW lmill ffc r a
I.. ,r"I"r,i,"l nieiimc aenroy oiir peace !
r--v uyicn ui gou or evil is there in a tin,
r. '? Siirrifl ' ulin r.t ! !. 2 - .
r . my titink mat 1 was
very cak l let haiiy utiered centre a.
cm a .cm it cniiu irouhlo me.
E chini feeling?
iti navebern a rlulU: and. as rAA u.
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i L 11 i 1 . . vuiiu. nave
l" hUnted sererely lay those whom I desired
lo pleaie, and felt (Hal unkind words (ell hear. 1
tnimbr0 Pall,fuI,y omwiinca than I.Iowa"
Ilcduldj iherefgre underilaud the nature of
her lo tt
All through tho- Jay; Jane imoved; i1ou more
tly jhan usual. iv nen poic uji
fhitWtvhih I did in afktnder yoicel than
1 orthnanlf' tisesheTwouhllook. lace
a pirbfV cool wafer. . Sh went lcklj and
soii returned with a pitcher of water and a
tumbler on a waiter. She w coming towards
me, eride uily trsin more thai ordinary faution,
whejn her foot - tripped agairi i coinpbiij, and
she liimMed lljrward?. ' iLf?" van sPe tr'ed
lo 4ve'ne pitcher. Its ballrtde wa$ lst, and
it ftill over and was Jrokenjtb piece at my
feetj (he water dashing upot the sUrtt ol my
dres.- ' A If-' -
'Ihe rwor child became instant I jr as ale as
asheU. aid the frightened lok8he! gafe me I
shall not soon iurg'. one ineo ia spejin, auu
ihat it wa a-i accident, hut her llongue
was inaralvT.ffl for the niomel)!. and she found
no iitterance. The lesson-1 had recejived in
the jnornin;, served me for the purp6se?bf self,
eontrol now and I said instanlly in a mild voice.
Never mind, Jane, I );nov you cou!dlit help
it. if must tack down the loose edge? of the
carpet. I came near tripping, there myself to-
Go and iei ihe floor cloth and wipe up
kv.Wr as quickly' as you can, whilst .1 gath-
the brokeri pieces. , 1 . 3 i
I;he color came back instantly to Mane s
fieri. She gave me one'gratefel lok, arid then
ran quickly away, lot uo as i 4au uirecieu urr.
WrJert she came back she bjamed herself for -
havinir been rndre carefulj expressed sor-
for the accidenf, and promised over and
a ".tin that she would bo: more guarded in
luturc. i it : i
'hie contrast between both of our feelings
nosy, and what they were inhe morning, was
very great. I lelt happierj(br having acted
jusjly and with due self conlfol ; arid nty little
gir , though tr)iil!ed on aceount of accident,
hnt not the extra burden oflmy displeasure to'
btar. j, ; 1
Belter, far better,' I said Myself as I sat and
i effected upon the incident? jjist. related-- bet
teri far better, fs it in all' rjlations in jift, to
maiiilest a calm exterior, aiKi
on no account to
sneak harshly to those who are below, us.
knkry words make double Abounds.; Thfy hurt
wise to whom thev are addrs?ed ; while they
those to whom they
leave a sting behind them. : Above; all, Ishould
wij guard against a moody temper, i Wbenev-
er?we permit any thing to frf t our j minds, we
hot in a state to exercise due sell Control
if temptation comes then, we are sure to
fal) Ladies' Wreath.
j THE TOWER CHAPEL.
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VfIie OI IHO IIJOSl eioipieiu passaj;cs : ill nia-
cakilay's history is that in wiich h4 describes
Sfi. Peters Chapel, in the Tower, where, so ma-
r 1 ' .... - it. .
tj illustrious victims of English tyranny jte bu-
j uK parugrapu occurs in iuc ; musing
pirt of the account of the ejcution;of ihe un-
hjippy Duke of Monmouth : If i .. j . j j
The head and body werlp placed inj a cof..
fin covered with black velvet, and ' were laid
privately; under the communion tabli of $t. Pe.
tor's Chapel, in the Tower. Within four years
le pavement of that channel was agaui dis
turbed, and hard by the reinlins of !Morimouth
lere laid the remains of JefltiriesJ Iri truth.
ere is no sadder spot on tbe earth thdn that
ljltle cemetry. Death is hero associated, not
as in Westminster Abbey aiB St. Iaurf, with
Renins and virtue, with pubpc venCraiipn and
kith imperishable renown : pot, as in puK hum
blest chutches and churchyards, with pve thing
t)iat is most endearing in social anrj doineslic
cjhariMes, but with whatever is daifiestiln hu
man destiny, with the savage triumph of im
placable enemies : with thrii-inconstancy, the
ingratitude, the cowardice o .friendi ; yith all j
he miseries of fallen greattlfss anj of blight. I
fd'fame. Thither have beett Carried, through
iuccessivo ages, by ihe rudd handslof jailers,
jvithotpne mourner following, the bleeding
(elics of men who had been 'the captains! of ar
piies, the leader of parties, the oracles pf sen-
?itis, and; the ornaments ol? courts. Thither
'as Lome, before the virindovV where Jane Gray
fvas praying, thernangled corpse of Gjuilford
pudley. Edward Seymour Duke of Spine r
set, and protector of the reailm, rcposesl there-
y tnr brother whom lie tiiurdered. fl here
ias motildered away the headless trunk df John
Fisher, Dishop of Rochester and Oardjnal of
St. Vitalis, a man worthy to have (ltvel in a
fetler age, and to have diedSn a better jcause.
jl'here are laid Jofin Dudley, Duke of North
imberlandLord High Adniiral, and Thomas'
Cromwell, Earlff Essex, Lrd Higli Trjeasur
f'( There, too, 3 another .Essex,.o;n :jwhorn
Mature and fortune had iavislfed all their; boun
ies in vain, and whom valpr, grade, genius,
oyal favr, popular applause!, conducted! lo an
gnominious doom. Not far tlf sleep liwolchiefs
pfthe great hotis of Ho wart!, Thornas., Ifourth
Duke of Norfolk, and Philip eleventh Earl of
Arundel.: Here and there,! among; the; thick
graves of unquiet and appirlng statesman, lie
hnore-delicate sufferers Malgaret of Slislu.
ry, the! last of the proud natrie of Plantaenet, '
pud those two fair Queens wfio peris
jealous raje of Jlenrv. Such wa,4
veu iy tne
Kv'nh which tl.eT dust of Monrbou
which dtist of Monmouth m
FALL AND WINTER
HORACE II. BliiBO, j j
H Adjust recivecl, (at his
old stand,) fron New
York, tie Ameritan and Eu
ropean fashions, For the Fall
r and WiiTER of l49-$0, and
' will continue to receive them
quarterly. He isj prepared to
executef all orders in jiia line
of the t fade, in a fashionable
and workmanlike mahner.at
the shortest notice,: From his
Ions exenence In the art of
r,,,,,uS an making garments. h feels cojifidept that
,ihe an give, satisfaction, to his clstooiers. -; !
: Hc respectfully returns his thanks tofiis frieiids and
the public for theiMiberal snpporisJtendered htmihereto-
itoreiand will endeavor by increased eflbrtslto nlease his
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, icustomers, to merit a continuance: their favors.
Jl . . HORACE H. IBEARD.
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11 ... 11 !' N.b. All kinds ofcoantry produce takeri attfiemar
llow small ar r l 1 i
- vx a an r 1111 an sa 1
,ei pnres lor worn.
Salisbury, Sept. 21,2848.
tf 47 of pl.4
Tl ANANVAY from the subscribers residence j in Ire-
dell Coanty. on Saturday the! 6th instant, a bright
mulatta Nero Man, Jonas, aed bout 32 yars.
This boy is quite intelligent, and iireads weir, lie has
worked at tne wheelrtght btislnesa About 8 yeliraago
he runaway: and was arrested nea'e Lexington, ip com
pany with a white woman, nameil Catiblej That wo
man it is understood, is now living near 'the tBrosby
Mounuins. ! The subscriber think it probable iat the
boy is in possession of free papersand may attempt eith
er alone. or in company with ihislwoman, to mike bis
escape to a free State.
"t 8, J&40
The-BSef charts'! Steainhoat
n& company-r rr- :
rryrOULD give noiicc lo their patrons jnd th public
A XJ generally, thatjthe business of COATINGS on the
I Cape Fear River jfeoes on as heretofore. - Shippers
by this Line will enjoy every facility that can be a fiord
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LINE OF BQATSipN THE RIVER i,
ted to the various stages of water I i 4 V v 1-1 1 I
ted to the various stages of water, i
This Company, in connection wti the other Compa
nies on the River, charge for carrjjg Freights faj per
printed Catalogue of Rates, to which reference Is here
made, but will say as heretofore, jin esse of any abate
ment, that their terms may always! be understood lo be
as low as the lowest. ; -i'l ! !
O Please" see advertisement of this datejof Detn
ing, President of Henrietia steamboat Corripaiiy ; A.
W. Steel, President Merchants s(ejmbont Company ;
and Dibble and Drother, Proprietors of Cap Fear
steamboat Company. '' '! i
JNO. D. WILLIAMS, Agenr
Merchants' ste'anibbat Coinjjrany.
August 21, 1849. ! 4tl9
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RE WARP ! T
stop the Runaways.
R ANA WAY from Mr. R; R. Beagley, in the State
of Alabama, on the last of August, my two Ne
gro men, l":
COARllES and IIEJfRY. ;
diaries is a likely man, aged abot 28 years, six
feet one inch high, dark brown completion. Said Ne
gro I purchased of Mr. Isaac Jarratt, df Surry Couniy.
Henry, aged about 33 years, five feet ten inches high
black complexion, and a blacksmith by trader I pur
chased of Mr. Ninevah Rush, Randolph County.! I have
reasons to suppose that both of them vjll attempt to get
back to their native ee-unties. I will pay the allove. re
ward of OSE IIIJiDRED DOLLARS for
their apprehension arid confinement in any jail,1 so that
I get them again, or fifty dollars for either one. i .
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 13, 1849. i i 19
f UNO FORTE MAMUFACT011Y
; . AND l
WARE ROOMS, No 4, Eutaiw Street,
&' tJ..' r iHE undersigned calls the attention of
lll j JL the Ladies, Principals of Academies,
Professors of Music, and private families of North Car
olina, to the superior quality of his Pianos. Fo fifteen
years hae they been in use in Pennsylvania, Maryland,
and Virginia, and have given entire satisfaction. He
has sold within the last three months, in this State, twen
ty Pianos, and have proved to be superior in quality of
tone and workmanship, to any purchased elsew
The climate and change of weather have no elfec
these instruments, as they are almost entirely of cast iron.
The manufacturer assures the public that they will do as
well by writing to him as coming themselves or sending
an agent to select an instrument. Respectfully;
' . "ANTHONY, KHUN & Co.,
No. 75, North seventh Street, Baltimore.
July 12, 1849. eowlUly v
Crl have a good second hand Piano for sale at "Mr.
Reynold's, Mocksville. Price $100: ' " A. K.
Cape Fear Steamboat Go.
having purchased of J.
& V. McGary their interest
in the :
CAPE FEAR STEAMBOAT
ciz2crimja:xPBLrr isr 9
are now the sole Proprietors of the Line,.
We are now prepared to forward goods with great
dispatch either up or down the River, on as good terms
as any other line. Goods consigned td us at Wilming
ton, will be forwarded free of commission, and at Fay
etteville at the usual charge. Address, . ;
DIBBLE & r.ROTIIKRS,
Wilmington or Fayetfezille.
Wilmington, August 15, 1849. 16
State tit ilovtu eavoliua,
IN EQUITY. '-
Henry W. Connor vs. Jnnies E. Kefrand wife ;: Martin
Erwin and wife, Jane , bcotland Hnie, Paulini? Huie
Richard W. Long, Wm C. Beaty and wife, Nancy ;
Edward Long and Anne B. Long : -'Julius Love, Eliza
beth Long and Harry Love. '
In this case, it appearing that the defendants. Rich
ard W. Long, Anne B. and Edward Long, infants, Mar
tin Erwin and wife, Jane ; William C. Beaty and wife,
Nancy; Scotland Huie, and Pauline Huie, in fa ret daugh
ter of Wairen Huie, dee'd, are inhabitants of another
State ; they are notified and requested to appear at the
next Court of Equity, to be held for Rowan County, on
j the 6th Monday after the 4th Monday in September,
' next, and demur, plead to or answer complainants Bill,
, or judgment pro confe'sso will be rertdered.and tihe cause
"set for hearing ex parte as to theip. 'i
j " A. H yCALDWELL.C.M.E.
1 ; Salisbury, N. C, Aug. 23, 149. i- 6tl6
TO FARMERS AND MECHANICS !
THE subscriber has a' Foundry in operation, near
Mocksville, nnd would be pleased to furnish Cast
ings to order. He is provided with a superior SLIDE
LATHE, and can put up machinery, dress mil j spindles,
and furnish mill-gearing.
Carriage makers can be supplied with brass circles on
easy-terms. Ploughs!, Mould-boards, Oven Lids, &c,
Jfc, kept on hand. The jobs will be done in workman
like style, aud every effort made to give satisfaction.
Mocksville, Davie Co., N. C, i 'J ir
Mansion House. ,
FTP HIS Establishment wilj be , opened
JL on the 10th instant, in the lown of
'$9 Wadesborongh, one hundred yards ; directly
South of die Court House, for the accommo
dation of those who may choose to call, v
! JAMES M. W ADD ELL.
Sept. 1, 1849. & - S19
FFERS bfs professional services to : the public
He can at prepentibe found at his residence, unless
professionally engaged; i
Salisbury, July 2I,!tS49itf. ,
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2. W g- g-i S
s s " 69 ft ri- w" m cn .1 tfW
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IS NOW ALL THE CRY.
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WE respectfully jnvite our Customers, friends and
the! public generally, to call and examine our stock
tot - Smum rnnn
which we arc! n6w recei vin'r from Philadelphia and New
which we' axel now receiving from Philadelphia and New
York, p he latest importations, consisting of .
Dry Gooil-, Hals, Caps and Bonnets
of Tarious descriptions; shoes, leather, &c., 4lc.; hard
ware, cutlerj-, delf, granite, china and glass ware; fine
Double and Single barrel Snot Cnns; .. .
finished and unfinished rifie barrels; pistols, &c., &c.;
chapeaus plumes, swords, belts, sashes, epeaulets, silver
and gold lace of different widths, silver stars, eajle but
tons, &C.J rfoccries of j all kinds and of good quality;
I Blue Cotton Yarn,
Weftvers Reeds, Brass 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 arp now offered for sale, and must be
sold upon equally low land accommodating terms as at
any other establishment in this burg. Please call, ex
amine and judge for yourselves, as we shall take pleasure
in exhibiting our goods, and no pains spared to please all
who mav favor us with a call.
! BOGER & MAXWELL.
Salisbury, April 19, 1849 50
Saddle; Harness and Trunk
M A I N STUIEET, SALISBURY,
Ouc Door below t lie Post Office.
THE subscriber having established himself in. the
Town of Salisbury, for the purpose of carrying on
the above business, respectfully solicits a share of public
patronage. .He pledges himself, that his work shall al
ways be done in the very best style, and hjs prices to suit
the times. !
He will keep constantly on hand Saddle, Bridle,
Martingales, Harriets, Collars, Saddle Wallets, Trunks,
Valises, tic, inc. Also, Harness Skirting, Sole and Up
per Leather of the very best quality always on hand which
can be bought low for cash, or on a short credi t to prompt
customers, - J
In addition to the' above, he respectfully informs the
public, that he carries on the TANNING and BOOT
and SHOE M A KING BUSINESS in the Town of
Statesville, where he will always be happy to see hisold
friends, and snpply them with any of the above enumer
Thankful for pastjencooragement, he hopes by close
attention, not only to merit a continuance of the same
but a considerable increase for the future.
0His shop is one door below the " Post Office."
I WM. H. MOWBRAY.
Sal isbury, January 11, 1849 ly
New Cabinet Ware Rooms
BKpfcfc.iN i b nis respects to
the citizens of Salisbury and
surrounding country, with a ten
der of his services as a
prepared to execute all orders in his line with despatch
in the most superior workmanlike manner and best
style. He will kep constantly on hand the best mate
rial for making
SOFAS, BUREAUS, OTTOMANS,
Wardrobes, Dining, Centre, Teer, and other Tables:
Rocking, Office, a (id Parlor Chairs; Bedsteads of su
perior hnish and latest fashion.
Coffins furnished to order on the shortest notice and
on accommodating terms.
Specimens of his wort and skill can be found at the
ware rooms in Cytus West's large brick building, next
The cheapness, Sdurability, and superiority of all work
turned out from hfp shop will be a guarantee of the pa
tronage of the public.
Repairing done at the shortest notice.
Country produce and lumber of all kinds suitable for
Carpenters and Cabinet Makers, taken in exchange for
any thing in his lipe. A large quantity of ehingle's im
Salisbury, May; 10, 1849. 1
Fall and Winter Fashions Received !
WOULD respectfully inform his old customers, that
he stilt carries on the
TAILORING i AND CUTTING BUSINESS
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at hisold stand opposite J. &, W. Murphy's brick store,
wnere ne noius hipiselt ready at all times to serve his cus
His prices will be found by those who mav Datroni7e
him to be lower than at any other shop in the Town, his
work duranlepsndj warranted to fit well. If not, call and
get your money tor your cloth again.
T. Dickson re Id rlis his sincere thanks to his former Da
trons, and hopes by industry and application to business,
that they will continue their attention to his shop ; also,
invites tlfose who: have not yet come to him, to call and
try his fit.
He is in regular receipt of the most approved fashions
trom tne iNorth, published by Mahan : also, by Wards'
All kinds of country produce received in navment fnr
work. THOS nir.k'snv
March 29, 1849 ly37vol5 "
NEW BOOT AND SIIOE SHOP !
milANKFUL for the liberal pa-
! JL tronage heretofore received, the
I subscriber would respectfully inform
j the citizens of Salisbury and the sur
j rounding country, that he still contin-
i ues to manufacture
BOOTS AND SHOES
im a oiyir uiui win compare wan any
m this part of the country. Our materials are of ihe
best quality, and our work shall be done in good taste,
and at prices to Suit the times.
He has now, jjnd intends to keep on hand, Boots and
Shoes made in the latest fashion and finest style, and
asks all who may wish to buy, to call and see-for them
selves, j -
Country produce taken in exchange for work. .
Boots and Shoes neatly repaired.
Persons from the country wiil find our shop one door
below M. Browu; &. Son's store, and opposite the Man
sion Hotel. j JEREMIAH BARRINGER.
By JACOB LEFLER
Salisbury, Feb: 15,1849
7tE are receiving at Dr. C. B. Wheeler's
v T fold stand the largest and best stock of
!: 1 i '
Paints J Bye-Stuffs. Spices Perfumery.
Fanpfy and Useful Articles,
ever brought into this country. (See onr large hand
bills, and Cataloue.J- We wUl sell very low for cash.
; j LOCKE 6c CIIAFFIN.
Salisbury, play 11, 1818 2
Co ach . and Carriage Haking
THE copartnership of Witherspoon.Pritchard &Co:
having been dissolved bj mutual consent, the bu
siness will hereafter be conducted undf r.the same of
PRITCnARD, ROSEBOROUGII & Co.
In losin? Mr. I. A. Witherspoon, we have'lost a gentle,
man and an agreeable copartner, but we : truet have not
lost that principle that sboold actuate honest men in the
transaction of business, and in oflering ourselves to the
public in the
CARRIAGE MAKING BUSINESS,
pledge ourselves for the faithful performance of our en
gagements.. : We have no disposition to puff our estab
lishment in the public prints, being assured that time and
the character of our work will secure to us a share of
public favor. We are thankful for that already received,
and would advise our friends and the public to take care
of No. 1, and go where they have the most confidence
best treated, ana get tne Dest joo tor tneir money, uur
work shall not be inferior to any in this part of the world.
PRITCHARD, ROSEBOROUGII & Co.
Mocksville, N. C, Jan. 11, 1849. tf36
The undersigned having bcenonnected with the a-
bove establishment from its commencement in Mocks-
ville until very recently, and having knowledge of the
qualifications of the gentlemen in charge, can assure
the public that they are prepared wiih good workmen
and materials, can execute in as good and fine a style as
heretofore, and cheerfully recommend them as worthy of
I. A; WITHERSPOON,
COME AND BUY BARGAINS
THE undersigned having formed a co-partnership in
theabove business, respectfully invite public atten
tion to their Establishment, and to their supply of superb
Carriages, Barouches, Rockaways,
Buggies, &c, &c,
which for lightness, beauty of design' manner ofexecu
tion.and excellence of material, cannot be surpassed by
any worn in ineouttiern country.
They have in their empJoy a large nurtiber of excellent
workmen. I heir blacksmiths, wood-workmen, trim
mere, and painters, are all men of experience, and have
tew equals as lo skill in their several departments.
Kepainng done on very short notice. Work done
cheap for cash or approved notes ; or country produce ta
ken in exchange.
OVERMAN, BROWN &. CO.
Salisbury, Feb. 8, 1849. Iy40
BROWN & BAKER
HAVE 00 hand a supply of STILLS AND TIN
WARE which they will sell cheaper for cash or
any kind of Produce which the merchants buy. Also
old copper and pewter.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING
or all times attended to.
They willsell stills at fifty cents per pound put up
guttering at fifteen cents per foot, and sell tinware cheap
Salisbury, April 12, 1849. 49
Soger & Wilson
KEEP constantly on hand an exten
sive assortment of
Jewelry, Silverware, Cutler)',
Musical Instruments, Revolving- Pistols,
Perfumery, Soaps, and Fancy Articles of every descrip
Persons wishing to purchase articles in theabove line.
will do well to call and examine their fine selection, one
door above J. W. Murnhv's store.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the best
manner, and warranted for twelve months.
Lepine and plain Watches altered to Patent Levers,
and warranted to perform well.
Salisbury, July 20, 1848 tf 12
NEW TIN SHOP
ANDREW J. BROWN
HAVING opened a new Tin Shop in Salisbury,
takes occasion to solicit a portion of public pa
tronage. His shop is in Mr. Boyden's brick building,
opposite the Rowan House. He is well supplied with
the jest Tools and Matericls for the manufacture of
and flatters himself that the superior style and excel
lenceof his work will commend itself to the interest of
alj who want articles in his line. It is needless to enu
merate Coffee Pots, Candle Moulds, Gallon Pots, Buck
ets, Tin Cups, Basons, Pans, jc, 4sc, as articles of his
production. These and every other article made of tin
will be found in his shop, ready made, or supplied to or
der at the shortest notice.
But he would call especial attention to his house gut
tering ; and to a new article of improved milk buckets
and strainer handsomely combined, only manufactured
by himself. jAll orders thankfully received and punctu
ally amended to. Old pewter taken in exchange for tin
ware. July 4, 1849. 9
STANDARD WEIGHTS, SlO.
The undersigned having been appointed Keeper of the
Public Weights and Measures for Rowan County, es
tablished by Act of the Legislature, holds himself ready
to stamp and correct measures and weights of every de
scription. There being a heavy fine imposed upon all
using weights and measures unsealed, it will be to the
advantage of all concerned to pay strict attention to this
WATCH AND OLO OK - MAHEIL
Opposite Cowan's Bricfc Row,
Salisbnry, X. C.
selves in the practice of Medicine, can always be
found atlheirdmgstore when not professionally engaged
Salisbury, December 16,1847 tf33
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A LARGE assortment of the finest Boots aod Shoes
xJl for sale by
August 9, 1849.
Important to Mill Owners.
HOTCHKISS'S Vertical Water Wheels forsaleip
i). McNeill & Co.
And in Lincoln County by
: E. A. BREVARD.
March 12,1847 tf45
Marriapre Certificates for sale licre.
STILLS K TU-WARE.
,We have pn band and for tale at ihii fv '
lowing BLANKS, to U: f 4 f ;c
r-o.h s. c. v. f.- j
Ca Sa .
Bail (State cases) -
BaiUCivil " )"
f t Deeds. ' - H
Juror-f Tkke,r U?
For binding free negroes.
31 a rnsge License
Letters of Administration
Bank NoifcJj !T.
C. & S. Court Writs.
Deeds of Trust..
Ca Saa aod BoQ(U,
C. and S. C. Subpcenas.
Scire Facias vs. Defaulting Witne-,.
do do to revive judgment -do
do to heirs at l.w t0 ho2 '
do do do etal.
do do vs. Special Bail.
Presentments of Roads. . '
do for Asau It and Battery '
do for Affrays. .
do for Fornication and Aiar9 ' 1 1
do for retailing witboot licea7'
And many others of not so common'
Officers of Courts, aod 'others hrt .
are solicited to give os a call, or forward uW jh
and thy shall be speedily attended to.
Tn AllhA fXrmA a r n AH 4 J .L
J. W. STOCKTON, at State!!'
WM. M. HENDERSON, at Concwd
WM. F. WATjTS, at Mocksville '
J. FAW, at Jefitrson, Ashe Co.
Any forms of Blanks1 which we may riot br.
hand will be printed to order without delay, if, '
be forwarded. ' '
May 1849. " WATCHMAN OFFICE
All who wish printing of any description d
requested to gne
BRUNER &, JAMES
rail. They are prepared to do almost every tinrj
first-rate style, from a book down 10 the a'pfobrt
has been aptly compared to greasing wheels. ;
will often turn witboot grease, and so mav a Vf4.
or Mechanic get on'without advertising; but it vkj
work, and all who have properly tried the ripeno'
know well the advantage both of oil to niathioey, v4 I
aaverusing 10 ousiness.
CHEAP fori GASH.
HARRIS & CRUMP
A RE now receiving from New." York and FbilideJ.
xl. phia, a large and splendid stock f
SPRING AND SUMMER
which they are determined lo sell -as'lwj)sany bte
in this part of North Carolina, conisiin of ! kinds ni
ladies and gentlemen's dress goods, (4 the iairrf jn4
newest styles, which have been selected iih great tare
and bought at the very lowest cah prierg. -
For Ladies Wear. "
Beautiful silk Lustres, Mode Casbniefes, colored do,
satin striped do., Mouseline de Laaes,ilk and viomtl
Lustres, Cheni Alpaccas, bl'k and coi'd Merinos, pit id
Ginghams, French do., Shawls, Gloves, Uibbonsi, iat
Collars, Linen Cambric Hand'ft, Eonnet silk, Velveta,
Bonnets ad Hosiery. '
For Gentlemen's Wear.
Black French and English Cloths, French Cassimrrrii
fig'd do., fancy do., wool Tweed, Kentucky Jane, it
seys, fig'd satin Vesting, cut velvet do., plain s-atindo;
ard worsted do. Also, brown and bleach'd Drii!,Do
mestics, Whitney Blankets,
Hats & Caps Kools & Shoes,
besides a general stock of
Hardware ind Cntlery, GrecprirR, Grorkfrj, it.
Those wishing to buy goods, we respectfully invitt
their attention to the above Btock, as we are dtitruiifiH
not to be outsold by any. '
Wood Grove, Rowan co.,Oct. 2C, 14 ly2. "
rilHE subscriber is now receiving one of the Ued-
JL somest and cheapest ftocks of
SPRING AND SUMMER
ever offered in this market, pu
rchased in PhiW1
and New Yorlt, from the latest Foreign Armatf,
at the lowest cash figures, consit-tinc in partofbl's
golden, French adelades and apple green Cloths;
military striped and other fancy CasHii.eres una fL
Fnalish nn.l Frnrh Dran .le Fj. liSIldsorr.f ch i
nlail nnl ctrirwa - n
omer Kinus 01 geniiemeua suniuiri
bl'k Taffeta and Gro de Rhine Siikv, plain fig'd cbaa;
on Pou de Sole, plain and fig'd gilk'TwaM.P
silk for lining, linen chamhrays, embroid'd J: !rt,f lj
linen canibric Handkerchiefs, (a larpe stwk .
. . . . 1 . f .n lit
col d Kid Gloves, organdy and -gmgnaiii l-- ,
granadines, fancy and furniture rrints, bl'k sue co.
pacca Lustres, Florence, plain straw, Rctk Rf trr V
ladin iJonets, l inoreuas anu 1 arasoi?, w .
drills, (ass'd) bl'd and bro. cotton fehirtings iid ''
large stock of ready made clothing, floor mnttinf' "
powurr, milling ivope, uio vonee, uro. - ,
crushed and pulverised do., superior Tea, 'm j .i--
ius,Duir ictiuci, lining ihu uiuuiiiij cm', , frjg
and Morocco skins, harness leather, clover D .
... .... ..... 1 . . k r IT"
seed, saddles, bridles and saddle lags, !..
mackerel in bbls and half bbls, white lead.sp'" wj
tine by the gal. or bottle, copol varnish, tanner
1U, 1U by Vi and J 1 by lb glass, anvus, vuci r v.
grass scythes, steel weeding hoes, snotns
mill and cross cut saws, sheet Ironl Also, a rE
STnrir civ vkv niTI ERV
carriage springs, axles, stained glass lamps P,I!j
painted cloth, laces, Ate, c, Miles' dres bo: .
dies shoes, fur, silk, Panama, Leghorn au r
hats and caps,
BnnVs and StatinnarVi
China, Glass and Queensware, Lard Lamp,
some) Nova Scotia Grind Stones, ic, togeih
r.i 1 .vna. r -
enaiess variety m oiner proof npi mrni'"'"
visiting this market would do- well f o call ' l
Casll Store, corner east of the CortIIJ'Of0V
boviniz. as I am determined to offer to cash .
wholesale or retail, extraordinary inducement!
way of handsome and fresh goods and low p
and judge for yourselves. ..nrpi
JOS. F. CHAMBER
SalUbvry, April 12, 1849.' Jt
NOW on hand and for sale tliroc
Printer Ink. M. BROAV-N i jS
Salisbury, April 26, 1
colli: AM) HIT!
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