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: vvihnce.tL'n yfliarniiij of the human nart thi r -
' Spirit craving n r rrt ct h iE -undinueU
!r F.i:o! drink, Tt fain'uJiod till ioafite
Core, which - EjTpi' fl-HoUM nerd, can i .-v .
v'XijpeMe;'' We iI, nJ our reward I gold--w 1
U1Aod' Faipe loicriUaouraaraea upon ner daMling . s
TU1I Lot r and wlipcrf at her Bhrmea, round
' Wftich th thurnleH flower lwiiw,od friendship
Wiih fcefaelft aim' !u!! awhile the "
TrtntiDjr heart. '
: But fold can flr our eajer
jtiyi and fante leate but a withered wreath
' Mirth onto teara in ono ahorl hoar can itirn,
And love and fricndaUip prove the blade that th.ro
J Their acailAaTdftut, Then where' thitafTon which
Tocanthe ource on-which we may drpend?
'; M&JT we in itvt-a!ipper walk ir liiiing; -
Path. KoJ) where iar hed their shtromering ray,
lor flickering1 moonbeam trembling fall ; oa
' Rolling which the son cm. light, bat op
" WJie'rqjisrcU jretrh their winj. and bathe in
liojy fuuitf their plumajje fair, may we our :
Trul rcpuae, God' kve, immense at space, thro'
. yKich a Vgion Worlds revolve, and limitle
- Aa time htynd the grave, will be a chaplet
' To our brow ft palm of victory to f
' iliir hanH.i. wrieh mortal ttrlands fade and
liatkeB in the ditrt!
))iu.cik:cviixk, Oa., July, 1849;
' Frrrj" tho Wheeling Gazette.
BO.fi Q-ur ciiAaj.e r. suiaA.-
CJome ting onjee more that good old song,
' 1 Thaf iong p the dreamy Jfast ;
lve heard It oft. and known it long
Yet fate ko the Iat.
bring ko rnlind A race of men, -
The proudet of their day,
Whose i very met, high-sounding then,
. lUv long since passed away;
j ' Then ling again that good old ong,
For it tcll of a merry time that long
Ilaih past to come no more
.'. 1( sends a thnll to the old mail's heart.
And Ibrighteo hi sunken eye,
And bid the manly tear to start ...
(At thought of days goue by;
tAjnd yet wilh quivering lip, he crave
; Once more that strain to hear ;
It, seem an echo from the graves
j Of friend in youth held dear.
Then aing agaia that good old song,
! That song of the days of yore,
' For it tell of a merry time that long
j" " Hath fled to come m more !
The minstrel oul hath phased away,
, lAhd earth hath claimed its own,
JJut all II we hivo tlii simplo lay,
' A. breath ofj the spirit down ;
For heaven tqtime, no power give
p'er f vejjlnsiing thonghl,
And while hv soul itnnmrtat lives
, Its offspring perish not !
v j v And still ve sing thi good old ong,
i f 1 ! Thi song of the days of yore,
;For it tell of a merry time that long
Hath past to couie no more !
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iandrublisherof Tennee have recent-1,
iy oeeurioifluijfia iaie VAinventioo, to Have a "talk"
' on viriou. InWrttattftring pon the right, duties, &c.
t' - t 'it ii . j(. . . .
of the rrcss.1 Thiy nnanimouslr resolved amontr other
'food lAin,! to elevat the tone oftho public pre by
bringing a boat a fraternal feeling amongst iu conductors,
by discyorapnjr thk use of personalities inpolitical coni
trovefsieVandto promote those inntdal courtesis which
4r tnaiitalnird imbnjst the me mix; r a of other profea-fcwn-
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Mr. ttnssejll Stnrgls, of Boston, while In London on
! 'Vis wayoverland K6 India, yeccjved very liberal overture?
.Tforn lh banjtIphAuse of the Rarinfrs, to become a part
ner ia that celebrated establishman't, and 'bas accepted
! understood that Mr. Sturgjis will ba the
'?Heptioin a!?nc tn tuition occupied byt Mr. Bute
for many yersi. .'
t Misshnarffo China. Ttr. W. A. P. Martin, ton of
Uev, W, V. Martin, of U vonia, Ia., a graduate of the
IewjAlbany Theojogical Seminary, ha been designa
ted a missionary to China, by the PrcBbyterian Board
of FoTcign fiasions. ,
. wiaaWeTho New York Herald says that the
practice of eating opiuin tit' becoming very common in
that city, efriecially among the Udie. Thi ia a bad
chewing nuX ! ., .
i Av .Colaet has bcejBCreceived ' from Cali
fornia by, piipcr York, for a year's subscription
U advance. 'It win little scales, and camo ia a letter.
iVfori Gdd.-The stun placed on' deposit in the
J miuU of rhiladefphia and N'ew Orleans this rear to the
T , f .;P"?r? anoonls to 82,657,6238
Liberal.--MiM Catharine Beecher has riven 1.000
.Uwara h :estkUishfnent of high school In MUwaukw
for youn tadiies
Indian Odd ffc-Th. Cherokee Indians have
,nw tq-cnty-ousOtfo Feflows' Lodges. The twenty,
first was orgfiiilied a short time since.
Dif? f 4 'trif w P Wednesday inorninj, says a
lonloa papef , Tier Imperial Highness Beatrice Arch
idocheM of Austria, consort of his Royal IIi2hnca Trince
iJoajlnftiiitauf pnaln-as safely dcliyercd of a prince,
jH H tcTder n cKeiil'sJark.' ; : er royal infant
jwas baptad the afternooH by the Rev. Harding It
jers, liicurobvt of St. Alexis, Kentishown and receiv
ed th namesttOf Alpl6nsini Charles Joseph Aqthony.
JBaih jlhs aum mother and infant aro doinir well. .
i .. 1 Af.lfM- Soroe eijhteca or twenty Americans
In PartKhav united in an earucsrfcttcr t Mr. Carr,
the American tterretemative at Constantinople, urging
film to do wh'u he eau- V, fcaBlaia the Sultaji in hi- r.
rusal to surreader Ibo Huaeriao Uefagees, and to offer
nem sncller la our Mediterranean fleet
t UUcladt of t Wist Coast s -4r,V,-Lord Palm.
f rston haa received anofficiar notification that the French
faval &cjs,oil the West coast of Afnea hatahlihed
a belligerent bloekads between the rivers of Grand Bas-
jiii inn vrs'neo. :
I Multa. Thera'1 is no truth whatever in lb. report
Wch ha. beett oarrent, that Mr. Mooro OTerraU had
hVen rcpriniaide4 for not receiving tt; Tfi;.A
?! Mf,lf''?iiHlhM consaence tendered his
resignation 5 y ;. .. u . , v ,X.,
k Wrf ItoRla,l MtWf Unirerwry of Berlin,
I M SttdJnli at CarlsUdt. (whithw U bd gona for the
I 'rWoJWcAWtSS5Ui' ult.,uli oT yeiri and
i ttu:ifl honors, . , ,
V ,;cif'0'AppIicatioa has just beea mad by tha
f Cisbo ot Colombo, for govern menu assistahea for the
;, ttjIlhmcDt of 4 colle: ta tho fiiocess-of Colombo, !.
Ui anrs Gt'rcrtmuaf fm r'
UW take S200,00wortli f stpiif ill a brojecteJrail-
1 j -j-rti. rrauirax. -1 lei5'! i'CL
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aid. iatepda tisitiog the U nited
State this aotuma.
ciFACTs Foit mechanics:
O.ic of our contemportrcs v!
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-Next to farmers, the me
mnvt nhmprHtvnnd ihe'tridst
tlass of ibe community.. i hnUsytt. . pro-
mote ihrlr interests oft ?Qurse promotes
(he intert of the mjlic.j TbeJjUe far
piers, have greAt,' laciliiics ; and, girpat in
ducement to become me pof Wierfctr and
bf prolound knowledge. 'ppfyjmchni6
tt every, operation, Wingi into us jsome
principle of science, whichfpruwjipjejt is,
bt course, his interest and Ills convenience
to tuidersland. - f ? I
Every apprentice hny, ?n mtittqr how
issiduous or how rigorous ts employment,
I he can spend a lew tTfiputes diily, in
use fu i heading, and other Inodes jof im
nrovem'ent, is certain to hWa nianf of fu-
jture influence and respecfabilhy. That
jEtpftrentice. who seeks irtost assiduously
the interest of his empjeiyer, r promotes
tnost effectually his ovvniiterest, as char
acter is the brst capital a young man can
have for the commencement of business.
Mechanics, like farme'rK rnaktf sage
and enligiitncd statesmen.! j They are well
jeducatfll in schools of experience. Who
;can be fetter qualified to'Fmake IfiU's for
Raiding the operation of business than those
engageu in inese operations i s
In 1826, a few farmers;nd mechanics
jn a small village in Massachuseljts, or
ganized a society entitled the Mtllbury
branch if the American Lyceum ;'1its ob
ject the mutual improverrifht of its mem-
bers, and the "dinusion of f knowledge o
ver the globe.' From lhtt humbje but
dignified and republican afigin has aris
en the gcueral institution of lyceums now
in operation in almost evry section of
both continents and in many of the is
lands of the Atlantic andfPacinc.
Ilis evident that if farmers and mechan
ics through the country generally should
enlist in earnest in the great work jbf self
education, they might reform and perpet
uate our republican institutions..and hand
down pure Christian republicanism to
posterity. Without that step, it is pqual-
iy eviueni, mat tuougu m American ue
public may retain its name; republicanism
j especially in America, will soon be nown
only among the things that were, j
7yw JlaytLFhe Wijliam f Ptjtnam,
Captain Cook from Aux Cayes Sept. 21,
arrived at this port this morning, with a
cargo of logwood.; Captain Cook reports
that the island remained qjuiet, so far, Un
der the Imperial sway, thdUgh there were
those who privately prognosticated that
its illustrious originator would be ii head
shorter ere six months were ou. ICapt.
Cook says that when he visited the island,
twelve years ago, the condition of the
(poor blackthough then fro cmfbr-
table, was enviable in comparison with
j their present state ; and thHt their detrri
fation in civilization has bepn deplorable.
There are comparativelv fe'W that serious
it : m 7 - l
My apply themselves to Work for Subsis
tence. the creat maiorit v I nrefVlrrtnjr tn
t . v , 1 .
beg or sieal enough to kp body and
soui logemer.. oeverai oi tne innaniiants
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natl oniainea patents ol nobilitviirdtn the
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new ISmperor. Some of thfe happy -J-ecip-
tents were rumored to belguihless of a
--z f . -
' whole pair of p. loons ol anvl a linear-
jancri ofrfa shirt to tueir baclai When Cant i
JOooK arrived iriere vas saiu ndt to be
more than 40 fajlils of flourfin thH place;
bread was also very scarce. The" new
crop, of coffee came in slow ly, anti was
exceedingly h arjd to be gotj Thts scarci
ty, coupled with the operlttionl of the
monopoly law, is- very , destructive to
American Interest upon lheuslariU.--ifcw.
ton 1 ravel let: , i
W LAR1NG PAN I A LOONS.
Some publishers recomrnferil the War-
ing of pantaloons by females wlko I have
fio walk through wet grassjclimi fences.
or work in the field, as may wbm4 do.
wiirim, vuu cuargejoi me ; vealed trom Heaven, is competent so to
I ittsburgr - isitor," admitshat occasion- i guide, moderate, and preserve the bal
ally pantaloons may be mom convenient ! a nee between ihe conflicting interesisahd
than. Skirts ;but1lisapprove .of thiradop-- i passions of meh, hi to prertare them for
Hon by her sex. She iocularlv
lt would be too humiliating to
and mistaken for a man ! We
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1 jgreat deal rather be arrestld as 1
iiht;,. oc aiini use nil OUT inriilona
preserve man s rights to hjs pantaloons
inviolate. They ought to be hisJaiid his
tonly - for they are too uglyj for anybody
else to wear." li h i
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j Coai7icM. Tvvo attempts, :oth uhsttccess
ful, have beeit rnaoV in Massachusetts 4 unite
he Locofoco and Free-Soil parties urn coun
ty-nominations. One was rrjtide irii Norfolk
county attdoue in -Mlddl.i?jAlfcffi in
inmnnrr pnM. t.o rtv il
he organs of the two pariicf are now earh i
accusing the other of having rride the fiht ad. !
ances lo a proposition of which they ar6 both
Small Potatoes. Cooper the, iauthor,
once slurred a certain Golerno by . at
tHbuting thft disease in pojatoes o5 the
mortification they felt at seVing feo small
a member of their family in' th tiihUm.
torial chair." U !
Flexible Sandstone.. Vr nlLL t I
Wilkes couolv. shewed ii U iln. 1 I
cjnt y discovered in that loUmyJ is !
lto ihkt found U M XtnUlle re-i
K. ui.in uurHe, and it Js sa;Cd, to ibd
crttseu jor sale.,;
All but the m. Z)frf7; ''f VS1WV
TflP Dinf C I A IS! II niVIT. I. K t '
VEryvher the, men whosminds have;
biefaimtiul Cyithlthe igl?t and spirit, pi
the 11 oly, Scrip u res. have been the devo
led frleuto oi" civil lrtertv, f"uchwer
the Iiollards In, Eijglnna Ihn adherents of j
Luther In Germany, ami of- John Knox in
Scotland8ucb;Was JIolland,V whe(n her c
sturdy irepublicant ;virtes,f the learning j
and ptety.of her fle.rgy.and the exclleface f -
ot her moral ani literarv institutions,
spread HeffarrM throughout the' ea'rth
Such was SwilzWlandj not oly during
those periods when she was most free,
but those in which she jstruggied, howpjv
er unsuccessfully, lor her firerdomi Sich
were the Protestant nonconformists from
the days of thij Reformation to the death
of Queen Elibeth. JSsjich were tjhe
Presbyterians jih the- days of the first,
Charles. Sucli were otners, vvTio. though
in som respects misguiedmen, laid their
hand upon the Bihle, aiullHildly prclain- i
ed, that resisjjjne Jo jj tetania is obedi- !
enc lo God." Such j vwtre those nobjle,
men. the Hugtiienors of New York and ;
New Je.isey. a Well as t: hf.rs of their saf- !
fering cofnpanions, v ho Htl (Vo'm Franc', ;
and scaled thteir ti'stimony with- their
blood, on the fsi)tal r voeatinn of the edjet
of Navtz. Suth also Wen? the Puritans
of New England, who through the faVor
of Divine Pi ovIidenCR opposed, though not j
a bolder, a more! succe'ssful resistance 'to
despotic power. With -the courage jof j
heroes and the ?eal ol martyrs, they strug
gled for, and obtained the charter of lib
erty how enjoyed by the British nation. !
Even the historian, Ilurhe, whose prr pos
sessions all lay ion the : side of absolute
monarchy and who was sufficiently pre
judiced against the Bible, was constrained
to the confession, that the precious spark !
of liberty had been kindled and W'as pre- !
served by the Puritans alone, and that it !
was to this sect the English owe the whole :
freedom of their constitution." It has I
been common wih a certain class of wri
ters to speak evil of these excellent me,n. i
Those who would not dp this ignorantly, ;
should acquaint! themselves with their
character as it is exhibited in Brodie's
British Empire,from Mlhe' accession of
Charles I. to the Restoration ; in Vaughn's
Stuart Dynasty ;Mn Godvyin's History of
the Commonwealth, and in Bishop Bur
net's History of his own times. The ge
neral character of the dissenters of the
independent denominations in England
also verifies the scope and spirit of theise
remarks, On the celebrated motion in
the House of Lords, for inquiry interne
cause of the death of the devoted mi
sionarj, Smith, in one of 'the West India
Islands, Lord Brougham' spoke of the In
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dependents as a 4 body oilmen to be held ;
in lasting veneration, fori the unshaken
fortitude with which, in all time?, t bey ;
have maintained iheir attachment to civil !
liberty men. to vthose ancestors Ensland I
Will t-ver acknowledge a boundless dht
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or graiuuue, as long as ireeuom is pnzea ,
among US For they, I f'erlessly 'confess !
t.hey, with whajever ridicule some may
visit their excesses, or with whatever
blame ol hers, lhe, with the zeal of mar
tyrs, the purity of early Christians, the
skill and courage? of the most renowned
warriors, obtained for England the free
constitution she now enjoys." j
It is worthy of remark, that the BiKle
recognises and maintains tne only pnnci- i
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nle on whieh it is nossihelor a nation
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ever to enioy the blessings?of civil liberty.
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That principle is, that all hat is Valuable j
in the institutions OI ClVII liberty rests 'On !
the character which the -people sustainas
citizens: 1 lie tear of Uoq is tne lounda
tion of poliiical freedom. I
" He is the freetnan the truth makes free,
And all are staves beside." ?
Bad men cannot make goqtl citizens. ,It
is impossible llmt a nation of infidels or j
idolaters should be. a nation of freemen.;
It is when a people forget God, ihat ty- i
rants forge their chains. The principles
1.L P Il;i-:1..
! Hro most evHntrv nninm.lerit. A vul
I stale of moraUl a cnrruntUd mi hi in ertn- !
! science is incornriatible with freedom.-. ''
Nothing short of the stroiig influence of
i that svstem of truth, which God has re-
i the blessings of free government. IIo?-
( land was free, lo loiisr as she was virin.
6us. She wasa flourishing republic;- ' ':
slie produced gtf-at and enlightened states ;
men, until shebe,came corrupt, and itiri- ;
delity spoiled her of her glor--. Franbe j
would have beeoma free on the accession
of her present citizen king,; but for the ;
radical deficiency! it) her moral virtue.-
When the distinguished Perrier, who sujc- 1
ceeded La Fayette jn the office of prime
minister to Louis Philippe, iyas on his bed S
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hnn anpe, doH ,
i "we rttlfgwn ! r Finnce must have
oi ueam, ne exclatmeu with great em-
religion! ' Finnce wi have'reli-!
gion." Liberty cannot exist without mo- 1
rality, nor moralitv wilhout the religion1
of the Hible. Rev.iDr
FALL AND WINTER
HAS just received, fa this j
old itwd,Y from New
lf orkj the Aineriran and Eu
ropean Fashions, for the Fall.
arid. WIstebI of 1 849-'50, a od
will continue to receive them
quarterly, Ie is prepared to
executeall orders in his Hoe
ot the, trade tia a fashionable
and Workmanlike manner, pt
the shortest notice. Fmm hi
" long experience in the art. of
catling and making garmeatsie feels confident tbat ) Pnf wi,h Hite woman, named Cauble. That wo
he cart give satiyfacHon lo hta lustornefx ' ' man it is understood, is now livine near the Rrnh
- fcpectra!jr;retirn hirtban ro: bis friends and
fore.'and will endeavor by increased efififrts to please big
customers.to merit & contiouance of their favors:
. 4 ,1 f HORAfcElH- BGART5L lf
NiB. All kinds of countyyproioce taken attbemar-
meet tor wnrk .. ,L- ir ! ff.''" '
ket prices for work.
Salisbury) Sept 21284
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4 1 ' SA.
We have Jon
d for aaleu ibis QHlce
iowi.12 BilAKKSL WVu : rM r; t i. A i
Adaiinist rotor's Bonds. ,
Ho. (;S C Fi Fa.
tlsC Wit. Tickets.
Sa 5 li.,,
li M Ffoseeation Bond.
" Cora, lo take depoaiiiona
44 . . Deeda
C. CJ '- - VVendirtoiu Exponas.
Juror,' Tickeis. l
Fk bTriding Tree riegroes
Notes or Hand.
Bank No(e5,C. F.
Land Deeds. ' -
Deeds of Trust.
Ca Sas and Bonds.
County and Superior Court
C . Sc Sv; Court Vrits:
C. and S: C. Subpoenas.
Scire Facia vs. Defaulting Witnesses.
. i do; do to rerive judgment.
do do to heirs at law to show cause
do do 'do el al.
do j do vs. Special Bail,
presentments of Roads. '
do j for Assault and Battery,
i I do I for Affrays.
do fr Fornication and Adultery,
do for retailing without license,
And many bthers of not so common use.
Officers of Coijrts, and others who require Blanks,
are solicited to gilve us a call, or forward their orders,
and th-y sliall bejspeedily attended to.
Many of the fohns enirmerated above, are also kept
for sale bv
J W; STpCKTON. at Statesville,
WMI M. HENDERSON, at Concord,
VM. F. WATTS, at Mocksville,
J. FAW.Iat Jefferson, Ashe Co.
Any forms of flanks which we may not have on
hand will be printed to order without delay, if a copy
All who wish! printing of any description done, are
requested 10 give!
BRUlNER & JAMES
a call. They ar prepared to do almost every variety
in first-rate style,; from a book down lo the alphabet.
has been nplly compared to greasing wheels. Wheel
will often turn without grease, and so may a .Merchant
or Mechanic get on without advertising; but it is hard
work, and all whb have properly tried the experiment
know well the advantage both of oil to macbiney, and
advertising to business. 2
cop AND buy !
rjlHE subscriber is now receiving one of the hand
X mt and Cheapest Stocks of - . ,
opBTATH A iVFl QTTMMT?"R
OiltliNliT illMU bUMMM
vi "' W n
ever offered in this .market, purchased in Philadelphia
flnd New lork.irom the latest foreign Arrivals, and
at the lowest casj, figures consisting in part ofbl'k.blue,
golden, French adelades and apple green Cloths; black
plaid and stripes; a large stock of cotton ades; and all
other kinusof geptlemens summer wear. Also, splendid
bfk Taffeta and Oro de Rhine Silks, plain fig'd chamele
on Pou de Soie, plain and fig'd silk Tissues, berages, oil
silk for lining, linen chambrays, euibroid'd Swiss Robes,
linen cambric Handkerchiefs, (a large stock) bl'k and
col'd Kid Gloveg, organdy and gingham Lawns, plaid
granadines, fancy and furniture Prints, bl'k and col'd Al-
pacca Lustres, Florence, plain straw, Rock Rue and Al-
ladin Bonnets.U nbrel as and Parasols, bolting cloths.
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l'npn sheeting 4, 7,10 and 12 quarter wide, bro. fcbleach'd
J .111.1 li li
k ro. cotton smr.mgs ana sneenngs,
powder, mining jltope, Rio CofiVe'.bro. and loaf Sugar.
ifiior miiii h iii irzrn v iiiiiiiK i-iiiiiiiiKi iiiuir nun i iiur niiiiiir
crushed and pulvjpnsd do. .superior 'I ea, almonds, rais
ins, sole leather, fining and binding skins, tanned sheep
and Morocco :skiins, harness leather, clover and gross
seed, saddles, bridles and saddle bags, leather trunks,
mackerel in bbls and half bbls, white lead.sp'is turpen
tine by ihe gal, or bottle, copal varnish, tanners oil, 8 by
10, 10 by 12 and 11 by 16 glass, anvils, vices, grain and
grass scy thes, steel weeding hoes, 6hovels and spades,
mill and cross cut saws, sheet Iron. Also, a large
STOCK iOF FINE CUTLERY
carriage springs, iaxle?, stained ulass lamp?, patent and
painted clo'h, laees, &c , b$c, Miles' dress bouts and la
dies shoes, fur, jsilk, Panama, Leghorn and palm leaf)
hats and caps,; Tr
Books! and Stationary,
China, Glass an4 Queensware, Lard Lamps, (very hand
some) Nova Scotia Grind Stones, &c, together with an
endless variety iijf other gouds not mentioned. Persons
visitinsr this'market would do well to call at the 3fV
Casll Store,; corner east of the Court-House, befure
buj-ing, as I am jdetermined to offer to cash buyers at
wholesale or retiail, extraordinary inducements in the
way of handsome and fre6h goods and low prices. Call
and judge for yourselves.
JOS. F. CHAMBERS.
Salisbury, April 12, 1849. 49
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$20 i REWARD !
RAN"AWAY ijrom the subscriber's residence, in Ire- I
dell County, pn Saturday the Grh instant, a bright I
! ma'aiio iegro ia;n, J oil as aged about years,
'I'ni9 D0T ia Iu.ite intelligent, and reads well. He has
worked at the wheelright business. About 8 years a
ne ranaway wps arrested near Lexinston, in com-
. Mountains, rThe iabscnbr thinks it probable that the
er alone or in cjimpanjr with this woman, to make- bia
escape to a tree.bta.te. MARY COLE M ANJ
.iOct8, LH49 f v- - tf 23 U
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
E-cnpartflersJwp f, WitfFpoon, Pritcbard Co.
fuiviniieen dissolved by mutual consent, th bu-
stoeda witt or rtafter. be conroctea-Taa me. w
PRITCMED, ROSEBOROUGU & Coei.
In losing Mr. L A. Witherspoon. we have lost " 8ent,e
man and an agreeable copartner, but we trust have not
lost that principle tharhoc1d actuatelionest 'men in the
transaction of basioess, and iu ofSrr ing ourselvea to lb
public ia the, ...
CAMliGE; MAKING BUSINESS,
pledge ourselvefor the faUhfuljjerfaTmaoce of our en,
gagements. We have no disposition to pofi bur esiab
lishment in the public prints, being assured thai time and
the character of our woxk will-secure to o"a share of
public fuvor. We are thankful for that already received,
and wooid advise our trienas ana ine puonc m
of No. 1, anJ go where they have the most confidence
best treated, ami get the best job tor theif money, uor
wotk shall not be inferior to any in this partot the world.
rillTCIIARD, RUSECOROUUH o.
MocksviJIe, 5;. C, Jan 11, 1C49. tf36
The undersigned havina been connected with the a-
bove establishment from its commencement in Mocks
Title until very recently, and having a knowledge of the
qualifications of the pentlcmen in charge, can assure
the public that they are prepared with good workmen
and materials, caa execute in as good and fine a style as
heretofore, and cheerfully recommend thera as worthy of
I. A. W in EKSsrUU.i
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,
Baggies, &c., &c,
which for lightness, benuty of design, manner of execu
tion, and excellence of material, cannot be surpassed by
any work in the southern country.
.They have in their employ a large number of excellent
workmen. Their blacksmiths, wood-workmen, trim
mers, and painters, are all men of experience, and have
few equals as to skill in their several departments.
Repairing 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. , 849. Iy40
STILLS I H-WARE.
BROWN & BAKER
HAVE on band 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
at all times attended to.
They willsell stills at fifty cents per pound put up
guttering at fifteen cents per foot, and sell tinware cheap
&dishury, April 12, S10. 49
Boger & Wilson
KEEP constantly on hand an exten
sive assortment of
Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery,
Musical Instruments, Revolving Pistols,
Perfumery, Soaps, and Fancy Articles of every descrip
tion. Persons wishing to purchase articles in theabove line,
will do well to call and examine their fine selection, one
door above J. &, V. Murphy's store.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the best
manner, and warranted for twelve months.
Lepine and plain Watches altered to Patent Levexs,
and warranted to perform well.
Salisbury, July 20, .1848 tf 12
NEW TIN SHOP
ANDREW" J, BROWN
HAVING opened a new Tin SI top in Salisbury,
takes occasion to solicit a portion of public pa
tronage. His shop is in Mr. Bnyden's brick building,
opposite the Rowtin House. He is well supplied with
the ist Tools and Matericls for the manufacture of
and flatters himself that the superior style and excel
lence of his work will commend itself to the interest of
all who .want articles in his line. It is needless to enu
merate CofTee Pots, Candle Moulds, Gallon Pots, Buck
ets. Tin Cups, Basons, Pahs, Sjc, Jcc, 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 hou9e gut
tering; and to a new article of improved milk buckets
and stramer handsomely combined, only manufactured
by hifnself. All orders thankfully received and punctu
ally attended to. Old pewter taken in exchange for tin
July 4, 1849. U
ST AND All D WEIGHTS, &.O.
The undersigned baving 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
notice.- A. J. BROWN.
WAT Oil ATTD OI.O OK - EXAXZEB.
1 Opposite Cowan Brick Bow,
I . Salisbury,.!. C.
" A CARD.
DRS BROW N & J A M Kf ha vi n jn ssocia ted them
selves in the practice of Medicine, can always be
found at theirdrugstore when not professionally engaged
SalisbHry, December 1 6, 1 347 tl 33
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A LA RfiK assortment of the rWat IU,i. Kk.
I il for sale by
J. H. IINNISS.
to Mill Owners.
August 9, 1849.
HOTCHlvISSVS Vertical Water Wheels for sale in
Fayettevlleby -- v
r D. McXEILL&Co.
And in Lincoln Coonfy by . j
Marriage Certificates for sale' heiti
"TTTaE reppectfullv invite our euetm
T tbo pnMic generally, to call and exnraiBeWtt5
which we we now receiving from rhiiadt ink,. S
York, 6f the Idlest ImportatioHsconstin-T of . s
of varimi descrfptkms; 'shoes, leather, .
ware, cutlery, dclf, granite china and t
. . Donblt and Single baml Jhcr Cut5
finished and unfinished rifle barrels-, pisu-U, i,
cbapeaus, plume, swords, belts, sashes, etL
tons, &c; jprocerics of all kinds and of COod J
Blue Cotton Yarn,
rt t r .
Weavers Reeds. Brass Clocks
and numerous other articles space not admit'
merate ; all of which as ia customary ( iate s
of, havinjbeen purchased at the very ,'4l.
the cash paid ; and are now offered
old upon equally low and accommtxiutin'j ""W
any other establishment in this benj. r)etRm
amine and judge for vourseHres, a we shifl tiL
in exnioiiing our goous, aua n pains spar, . J
who may favor u with a call.
TA m rt .
Salisbury, April 19, 1B19.
Saddle, Harness and Trim
MAIN STREET, S A L I SB t" RYt
One Door.lx.'Iow the Pot Offirt. '
THE subscriber having established hirnitlf m tfc!
Town of Salisbury, for the purpose of carrying R
theabove bu9:nes,repectfally solicit sharr "ofj
patronage. He pledges himself, that Ins work aha 1 -
ways be done in the very best style, and ins prun toH.i
He will keep constantly on hand .Wa.'jSn'Jw,
Martingales, llarnett, Collars, SadJIr Wallrts.Trmkt
Valises, !?e., tfc Also, Harness Skirting, Sole andU.
per Leather of the very best quality always on hand bck
can be bought low for cash, or on a shortcrcdii toprooips
In addition to the above, he respctfur informs ihe
public, that he carries on the TASSiyG and b(X)T
end SHOE MAKIXG E Lb IX ESS in itw Tow a
Siatesville. where he will always be happy tort hto,4
friends, and supply Ihem with any of the above tna
Thankful for pat encoaragemenl.be hopes by clew
attention, not only-to merit a continuance of the iku
bat a considerable increase for the future.
0His shop is one door below ihe " Post Ofnrt
WM. If, MOWBRAY.
Salisbury, January 11, 1849 ly
frlew Cabinet Ware Rooms
ihe citizens if Salisbury and
surrounding country, wita a irn-
der of his services as a )
prepared to exernte all ordrrs in his brie wiih detfl
in the moM superior workmanlike mannrr ird
style. He will keep constant!? un band thr be matt
rial for making
SOFAS; BUREAUS, OTTOMANS,
Wardrobes, Dining, Centre, Peer, and .,hrr Tbn;
Rocking, Office, and Parlor Chairs; Bed!rad? t a
perior finish and latest f&fhion. -
Coffins furnished to order on the hor:tft noiitt ti
on accommodatms terms.
Specimens of his work and skill can be found tt tl
ware rooms in Cyrus West's large tr;ck Inildmg, aril
The cheapness, dorability. and superiority of ill
turned out fn.rn his shop will be a guarantee of lit pa
tronage of the public.
Repairing done at the shortest notice
Country produce and lun.her of all kind? soitab'r tf
Carpenters and Cabinei Maker. takn in excbirtg l
any ihing in his line. A large quantity of shingVira
Salisbury, May 10, 1849. 1
Fall and Winter Fashions Rfcehed!
WOULD respecifully inform bis old cuMotrf rjbi
he til) carrir on the '
TAILORING AND CITTLNG BUSINESS
at his old stand opposite J. W. Murphy's brick t'otr,
where he holds himself ready at all limes to se rvr b.tt
His prices will be found by those who may paircr.
him to be lower than at any other shop in the Tosb.H
work durable and warranted lo fit well. If not,cii
get your money for your cloth again.
T. DicksoH returns his sincere thanks to his brnf
Irons, and hopes by industry and application to buar
that they will continue their attention to his hop;
invites thote who ha-e not yet come to him, to call
try his fit.
He is in regular receipt of the most approved fa!r.
from the North, published by Mahan ; also.by Wart
All kinds of country produce rrceived in parities'
work. THf)5. UICK?oN-
March 29, 1849 ly3:ro5
NEW BOOT AND SlIOE SHOPf
THANKFUL for ihe Pa
tronage heretolore recriv' ,fef
subscriber would refpeclfuli.r -t!'9
the citizens of Slitbuir ai.d 'P "
roundinrr nmnirv thai Kr auli'cqo'-'.
a - y ; i -
ues to manufacture
BOOTS AND SHOE
in a style that will compare
in this part of the country. Our matcriata "
best quality, and out work shall be done ia gooi i3i
and at prices to suit .the times.
He has now, and intends to keep on hand, V'
Shoe made in ihe latest fashion and finest r)rJ.
asks all who may wish to buy, to call aod f
Country produce taken in exdiange for wotk
Boots and Shoes neatly repaired. .
Persons from the country will find oar kP ort
below M. Brown Sc. Son'a fiore, and oppo" 'r'B "
sion Hotel. JEREMIAH BARRIN
By Jacob lefle
Sahsbury, Feb. 15. 1849 4J
receiving at Dr C B 'frf
end the largest at best c
" T old stend
M E Dl CI X ES, I XSTR L7 MENTSi
Paints 4-Dye.Stuffs. Spic7s4- Perfumer'
Fanct and Useful Articles,
eer broosrkt tnta tklr eoontry
f- . tar
bill aod Catalogue.
... ii II 1r mi-
LOCKE fc CHAJFI
re win sen vnr - , . .
n-stK'ct to ! i " t ", J
Salisbury, 3o-y l t, 149 2
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