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it- I LOOK. OOT.WH1G5, EVERT'-WIIERE.
7 There is somethinj rbaliyy arming m the
S li i
lAfm nf ih subioined trticle, witcn we
I Cop; from tlio Newark Daily. Advertiser,1 (
)' highlyrespectable print) of Monday last,
i This is Dot the only intimation we have bad
that some grand scheme lay i n agiljaiion a-"
rnong l!)efricehbl3efs to enable them by
force or fr and to' bold oo to the pow er they
havV mndeTso ill cse of JVai. rt
letter his accidentally come jnto my
possession fw hich discloses a despeie e add
deep-laid scheme to defeat the elec ion of
General lUrrison ;;andf if carried Qtit, will
convulse thisGoVerntncni to its very-centre,
and oerhaps result in anarchy and blood.
i - The Post Office" is the engine Amos
l Knn.lH the instrument Ur effect it.! The
l first step is already taken, by ordering ever?
channel of. communicating information ' to
! the people to be closed except Ihrptigb bis
1 bands' and those '-engaged in the" conspiracy.
1 A'ftariling report, sacb aa the death: qf Gen.
' i Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York, just on
the ere of ibe election, and every uig pa
per contradicting it to be suppressed.! v;
This scheme accounts for their confidence
in the success of Mr; Van Buren, ;ndtwirh
i .standing itheir overwhelming defeat jin al
j mol every State in which there lias been
5 an election. Thisiaccounts for the xlra
i ordinary declaration of a leading Adminis
: tration man recently t in the citylofl New
i York, that u Van Buren had a card yet to
! p!a n which none of his friends suspected
! - V oil may depend upon it they are play iog
l a desperate game ; they make no l ea
! lion for a retreat ; they have insctibed
i their 'banners,1 rule or ruin." Let every
! Whirr ureas throughout the Union sound
the alarm, ffarn the whole country a
gainst this daring conspiracy Tbeyjhave
1 certificate maker and affidavit makers in
j readiness, and with sucb a bold, talented,
j and tcckless person as Amos; Kendall at
: tUeir headt we may Well tremble for the lib
erties of our country; , i j
. 1 am no alarmist. I have ever relied; with
confidence -npon the intelligence, integrity,
and patriotism of the people of this country.
Cot when we see the highest functionaries
of our Government conniving with public
plunderers-whcn we see the Representa
tives of, a eoveieigo Stated holding in their
bands credentials clothed with all the sol
emn sanctions of la w; kicked out of Con
gress for the express purpose of coniium
mating a conspiracy between Mr. Van Bu
ren and John C. Calhoun; and; finall;,
when we see every prominent leading meas
ure of Alrv Van Buren pointing to one sin
gle object, the concentration of all power
jn his hands, there is just cause of alarm.
J would suggest the propriety of recom
mending. the Wbis throughout theco:untry
to be prepaied, if necessary, to.efctaolish ex
presses in e?ery, State in the Union. j Let
every .moil be watchpd until the election.
and as. soon as - they are satisfied that the
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wai. freateriban It bar beetf since the ap-.
nointment of Mr! ffoyt the presenrVollec
less than one-third ol me prepeni nuraoer,
and lti expense less inneariy tre tame.
proporlion.i Mi iJinmpson nau unuer ninj
one hdnarec ana roriy ouicers anu vicr
- Mri Hojfl; has fonr hondred ; and fifty?
two. iMrThompson expended $149,493
for one yeal 51f..0ovti for the same time.
expends $507,561; : - :r: '
trress Q! , persons empioyea y
Hoyt. 312 i -: ' ' - '
Exeesof monev exoended by air. uoyr,
358. 062. y.:Z:- -" 4 v - - - - ' :
How wonderfully the cdnntry has gairi
ed In point pi economy i-iwatj'""
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Selected from Prentiss's Louisville Journal
Thaia. Democratic asks whether we would
have the ofSce holders, thai is, the le treasti
rers " wWk for nothing and find tbemM'lvea.j
We wood certainly have thera find ihemsclvef,
tor in many case it wnald be verv diffiuU far
tnv body elseHo fidd them ibis side of Texas.
Reader, did yoa lerer look atiht bor of a
spoon, new nnroz-iniaiiyi anu see vour m y
as round iod jolly as that ot a taiiriar, anu mm,
suddenly! taring tlie bowl into a perpendicular
position, beh&ld thfr same i ace as mug
and dolelul as thaiof the knijjht of the roefu!
countenance f WeM, just such a change has
the phiz of lucofocolsm undergone.
The New Era talks about a " partnership bft;
t ween the Whig and the negroes." Have not
the negroes sqtne frw partners " sleepins; parl
ners"amon the iocu fucos?" What say you,
Col. Johnson f
The Newborn Sentinel says" Dr. Duncan
i an s!i!iii"nnist or1 a hvoucrite he may take
eilher horn of be dilemma.M Let him take both
He is never satisfied with taking one " horn"
when be can et two.
Col. R. W:. Johnson, went into a store and
a9kedt9ra pair uflgioTes. Of what color do
you wish them?" enquired a young clerk. Gie
me a pair of sh colored ones," replied the Col
" Oh certaiolf sirj"f rejoined the Cleik, throw-
ing him a pair of gloves as biacK as me oiacKesi
flJsh at the Great Crossings.
N. Y. New Era calls the
thine." Did he scratch
his head for ihat idea ? '
The editor )f the Vermont Siaiesman says
ibat he khowof ajstnaUeity in that 8iate,!, one
half of the roafe population of which, if not abso
lutely toper, re jai leasts intemperate J' We
advise Dr. Duncan to visit that ciiy when he
next goes east. The municipal authorities will
no doubt present him the freedom of the city in
a quart buttle. j j .
We will lay anytthin? that the Whigs dis
band in less irtan three months. Eastern Dem
ocrat, i 1 A
its and cor taws w'U stand firm an-l-l f,
' The blood f ar Fathers shall ne'er be forgot.
Nortli Carolina -Boot 5torcr.
VaiuableVorks on Farming, JGardpning, Rota
ny Cattle, Urcnards auai me vj rape vine,
The faith ind the bunor.iwhich; j;J rJ JJ'Vw0
"''"Sbilf n'ffel hearnishM bj'Awreb 1 : VSUBBlIKOM.
IlUv complete 1 Farmer, American ' Gardner,
v - a v n v m. 7 'i l Jur sr iin :iir. at i v t v-v - - - m
Around Libeity's standard we'll raiiy, we i ra.iy - . ;; J JX Ult-I'. Wntii Assistant;. Loudon Encyclopedia of
Old Tippecanoe boys, ihe watchword shall AliU., . . : . -; , enin A qf Yinemaktng, Memoirs t.f the
.-be. t.;ri---.--';.r;-'.V-; - -V'-t-r g0nn tIdJs Aricultural-SocTety,Treaii?e on
Its echo will thunder from e?cb mountain and mE Subscribers would respectfully JO form- ""J1 fed manajjemtatJ e. Farmers'
valley, iJh ; -'r - ? . BWhSRiiehsf Cohcord. ndits vicinity, h5lSt-wbrf on PooltlyV H story of the
Of ' i he Home tof the, Brave f,tbe Land of the : g.rf from John Clarli SObatd Ornamental,
The editor of the
Whisrs f creeping
game has commenced, let riders be
eo, ana sent in every Direction.
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Smith, of Indiana, and Mr. Cary,1
city, with great power shU effect.
' Lay any thing;?" . Well, lay an egg then.
Gen. Harrison cannot get New York city by
20,000. JYeio h.m. .
Well, if he e!s It by 19.000, his friends will
be satisfied. -I I f
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There is some dispute in New Voik as to the
precise meaning of Ihe term " Buit-e.ndprs," the
name of one ol the factions of tne loco foco party
in that city. -1 he better opinioo seems to be,
that a Buit-endrjs nama is merely intended to
indicate the locality of his brains.
The Times! m eduiinistreiion paper, and the
Gazette, a Whig paper, have been united. The.
union of the t Wo makes ao adcuinistration paper.
Eastern Democrat. fs,
Very likely IPoi a pint of dirty wlter and a
pint of clean water;; together, and the whole will
oe uiriy. i
It is said, that, doring the late session of the
New Hampshire Legislature, a quantity of wax
was slyly deposited in the chair of Ihe bco loco
apeaker. At the hour of adjournment he tried
to rise, but it was of noavaih His attachment
to his seal baffled .all attempts at extrication.
From the Cincinnati Gazette.
BOYS, LISTEN TO THIS !
The whirs advertised a meeting at Cole
. raine, in this' county, on the 18itv. res
petiabie assembly ol both noiiticair parties
met, and were addressed by Messrs 0. B. Soch a 'f waxend" would have been a shoe-
ofi this I raa&ers admiration.
ybile The editor of the New Albanv Arsrus. whose
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If 1 these gentlemen were speaking, sevefal of acts of theft w4 Exposed the other day, h a mem-
the Van Buren men interrtiDted themi con- Der 01 ln w- W
tradictingtherr "statements. When they
nau conciuueu, tne cnairman, we are in
form e'd , st ated th a t"i f t he re was an y Van
Buren man present, who- wished toUdjiiess
the meeting, in reply, he would then be
repeated call jfor Dr.
e never think uf his char
acter without being at the same time reminded
ol a walk of al well known mercantile firm in
ew York Prat and Steel.
nearu : a iouu anu r
r .u- Tr ii -it !!. i r I
vuicr, irum mo an uurea men. .Droujni confer ubiin cosier it v h,n anothpr !,v..i
mm reluctantly to his feet. He askpd to member ; jumped up and exclaimed " D
Posterity.?- faiock down argument. A
locofoco member ot the Illinois Letslamre was
lately setting forth in globing language, the ad
vantages which (such and such measures would
he excused; stating that if he athlfessell the posterity ! what has it -ever done for us ?"
. meeting, ne leared he should otienu Some
of those piesenthut the Vn Buren men
had selected him, their strong vtdnX for
their champion, and the call became more
-clamorous Dr. Carter vielded. and ad
dressed , therneeting for about 30 minutes.
contrasting tree eoTernments with mon
archiat ones, -and pourtraying, with great
( eloquence and clearness, the principles of
Jjibctty and our Constitution. , The Van
Buren meii were in ecstacies, and! the
whig knew not what to make of it: frhis
done,' the doctor paused and then rapidly
stated that many, very manr of these! free
principles had been departed from lately
had been frequently lost sight of, I i( not
trampled in the dust, by the present Exec
utive of the United States Martin Van
Buren and his adherents. and that for
himself he could stand it no 1 longer nor
go farther in hie support. These jdepar
lures from pinciples, in his political Ieaderp,
had made him think deeply upon the sub
ject; convinced him thai they were vrong
and determined him to make the declara
tion thai he could no longer act with the
. Pay. , He wished it distinctly unilert
lht he would, from that time forth, suppott
UVHa?n Henry Harrison, as the bepi way
of correcting these abuses, and reStjoring
the administration of the Government to
true democratic principles ! The effect of
lais waselectrical. When some little!
Had elapsed, Mr. W od, a whig, from
litoti, addressed the meeting.
I he editor of the loco foco paper at Detroit
sayshe is wijlsg fio stake his reputation, thai
Ueo. liirrisoiit will not get a single electoral
vote in ihe ' Sdjftbj The editor will certainly
save his j repulsion even if Cen. H. get the
whole vote of the South for his reputation is
that of a post notorious liar.
JCP iThe first hews, that reiched Nashville
in regard to tbef Louisiana elections, was favor
aute id the Ait wl nisi rat ton. Thereupyn the
rsasliville loco?, without ' a moment's delay,
orougniput their big gun, purchased a large qnan
my ot powder, nd sent lo the Hernmaie for
Gen. Jackson tefcorne and join ihem in their fes
tivities. The old iUenerahinsianily repaired to
Nashville, but oh cistiner his eye over ibe papers,
fee reriiafkwi;:-h,j This looks very well, my
ne;;cw, otti i rainer llimfs tt would be prudent
for us to wait tVl we get somtthingfurther be
foie wejire the big gutu" Accordingly they
w ucu lur inree navs. iiip iipnprui rim,inf(T
with then the whil time, when, at length the
mails 'came from Looisiana. :hnndfiina ahnail
ntellihce of a overwhelming Whig1 victory.
Thai nirjht.af the dead hour of twelve o'clock'
a carriage was sprj speeding for the Hermiiage,
ana, on; the nxtj morninr, a Whij delga
Hon waited opotf the sheepish looking "Uk;o tocos
to buy their powder !
At the ffqst of some of our suhscn
bers, we selecty several of the most popu
lar Whig song and poetrv, which we pub
lish below. piis. Watchman.
United States Gazette.
A NATIONAL WHIG SONG.
In the strength if r'ur might, from each inoon-
lain and galley,
Sons of Freedom arise ! the time h at hand.
RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM.'
Every day brings some Lew prooj bf ihe
extravagance of ihe men now entrusted
with the administration of public affairs, and i
tbowing how entirely their practices helie Around Libert y'i standard we'll rally. we'll rally,
their professions. A writer in Itte New .. The iar-pali Bacner floats over the Ubd
York Express demonstrstes, from hfiiciahj rheo let iheprup Eagle spreading wiegs wide
returns, that while the aironnt tf lpir.ue - asunifer' l j,
collected atrthe ctrVtora-boiu-e of thlaj port, And Urt fr,a the trammels which strive to
under; the 'administration of Mr. lAldamt, if We C .Tkli', .u 'X'
, 1 .v ww..vu.., a uc vn of tinned buntinv1 or ill flmich tnn
t in i nsr i it uu bnu . , . . i mm l ca n l i - i irau -km a w
- V LIZ Wibtf and TO OLS connected with X jr. li Reoister cod lilete as far as pub-
' " -.t Iron Raines?; nd are now. prepaied I 'L i?.. Mn.' I P.rrfpr imbroved Loudon's
to mannlacture all irliclei, in Shnn whjclb
TC...tn.?iQ ft (Tripiitiure .
jkvremm tMM -
ii arrives al ¬
" Leaves Sa!'
A ,-;n r. i
I focfiht for America's daughters,
JUng'Side jliE Uld 1 ippecanoe.
Ete .this too when danger assailed os,
And lndfatis dread missiles did throw,
His coanse) afod courage availed us ;
We conquered at Tippecanoe. t
And wienlalj the troubles were ended,
1 fiew to the girls that I knew,
They promptly declared the intended
To kiss me for old Tippecanoe.
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And now that .the good of the Nation
Requires tbat. something we do,
We'll Hurl little Van from bis station,
And Mevatfe Tippecanoe.
Come boysJers assemble in masses,
Bid MartimVan Buren adieu.
We'll please ourselves and the lasses,
Col. Barringer's cmce. ' ' -u.
" v n iTh aiientionof the public is-nartica-
larlinvited to the subscribers- plan oT roof
ingwh'chican be seen on the balisbory Loiton
Factory. .1 : ' :", ""' is
r! i Pw ipr. Lead-and. Copper taken" in
bTef' J - TAYLOR & ELK1NS;
Concord, June 12, 1840 if46 -
m H R SnbspriberV. Aertht's for' the Lexington
- I Cotton FaciotvwooTd informUhe:; publfej
that they have just received, and .now.oner ior
sale, wholesale wuiiio
:.iE.-.i n.iaiinf. ;r,f i Hiiia ;' numbers. ' I '
And vole for
OF THE THAMES.
I Tcke " The Poachers."
Let Loco Focbs rail and rant
Al Gurrencyj and Banks,
We're sick of Sail their empty cant,
We spurn them from our ranks.
We do not mind their silly talk,
Nor heed their idle claims ;
We'll make the whole banditti walk,
With pur Hero of the Thames.
The Hlio of. the Thames, my boys
The Hero of the Thames!
When British roes assail'd our land,
And hovered on our coast,
Pray where did! little Matty stand ?
Why,! snug behind a post!
A post and place where all is thought,
(At the spoijsi alone be aims,)
While Harrison our battles fought,
And conquered on the Thames !
The Hew of the Thames, my boys,
The Hefo of the Thames !
In vain jthe Red Coat3 sought to win
A foothold on our soil .
He met and dro re them back again,
And saved ou homes from spoil.
Their savage al ies darM no more
To light their midnight flames;
Ob, they beard the deep mouthed cannon
roar j J .
Upon ihe river Thames.
Upon tjhe river Thames, my boys,
Upon Ihe river Thames!
Not there alone did victory fling
Her slanrjard v the sky !
The Prophet's town, the bard may sing,
Which saw! the red coatfly.
Though; if Maukee her laurels shed,
Fort Meigssher trophy claims.
Where many -a gallant soldier bled
yU-W of the Thames ! v
,ijLvt-ty?&01" the Thames, my boys,
giof the Thames!
feTfilayed her flag of white
He bloody strife.
I IUUO IIUUJ HID 11 11 fc
I ' FOR THE - - - - r.
SP Rural & SUMMERS ,
HORACE H. BEARD,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public, that he still carries on the TAI
LORING! BUSINESS at his old stand oo main
c I mal npvl rln.1T tn ihe Arothecarv Store. He
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is ever ready to execute the orders oi nis custom
ers in a style and manner not surpassed by any
workman in the Western pail of the State. He
in the regular receipt of the latest London and
New York FASHIONS, and prepared to ac-
a the tastes of the fashionable at all
times, I ,
Cutting garments of all kinds attended
to promptly, and the latest fashions lurrusneu
at all itimes to country tailors, and instructions
given: in cutting.
Salisbury, May 1840. Iy25
rhPsoDerioroualiiies and character of he yarns
of this Factory are so welf tested and known; as
to need no recommendation- from . ns Tl-e
ishinff tonurchase will pfeasft ffiveos a cau.
C. B. &. C. K. AV H EELER ;
cays, and aaicr.,
at Salisbury rur,
fr Nashville 1
whatever on th's- :
Salisbury N. (J.
! THE SUBSCRIBER
AVING purchased that well known and
lone; established Public House, (known
by the oame ot Slaughter's Tavern,) in the
Town of Salisbury, N tD.. informs his Friends
and ihe Public generally, tbat the same is now
open for the reception of Travellers & Boarders.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING EE
MOVED HIS;: SHOP TO Tim
KNOWN AS THE :
POSTt OFFICEi " v! yj v
Continues to keep on hand a good .assortment!)
rrafeftes and Chains, - C
Silver Spoons and Pencils, - ,
Musical Boxes and Silver 77iimllest , "
Breast Pins and Ringst ; ,
' Rodgers' Pocket and Pen Rn tees, p ; -
And all other articles in his line." t
cm, bcKs & n wTcriijs
Repaired in (he best manner, and warranted for :
twelve montns. via uom anai onver taken, in
exchange for articles purchased, or in payment
for debts due. ' r ": ;
DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury, June 7, 1839 lf45 - '
: ' FOR SMiSiSti
. ' TUQ;
.3. from h;s ice,.. - r
on the public
vine, where he
His House is r
ed lo winch are
FICES lor grr.t'
ient to the Conn !
es himself to thr
ihe best mar.r.cr
and hi servants c
Jan 26 1S.W-
His Table and Bar will be supplied with I rjr
al-I i Lexington, Davidson County, on the Dili
No lst of power, no love of gold,
iio seinsn, sordid aims,
Could everjfbria jmomeot bold
. The hero of j the Thames !
The Herb of the Thames, mylwys,
The Herd of the Thames!
S.l j -And
there he stood behind the plough,
And drove bis team afield,'
Content with rural honors now,
And hat his farm might yield.
The Buckeye falls beneath his hind,
His skll thej soil recaims,
He lives a tiller of the land,
Though Herb of the Thames
The;Herojofj the Thames, my boys,
The ' Hero bf the Thames!
I ! 1
But barkj ourjbleeding Country cries
For vengeance and Reform ;
The Patrlo Farmer greets our eyes,
And every heart grows warm ;
Oar Candidate he hears the call
' I'm ready ij he exclaims,
Then speed him ! hail him, one and all !
, The Hero of the Thames f
TheH!rokf jthe Thames, my buys.
The Htro of the Thames !
Then let nsjhahg (our banners out,
And spread them to the breeze j
The spoilers we will put to route,
And do il lob, With ease ;
Then let ji3 alUike brothers be,
And Ui?io5i.sTs' our name !
Huzza! Hzzi! hlr victory, -
v tin the Hero bf the Thame I
the best the market and surrounding country
His Stables spacious, and bountifully sup
plied, with grain and provender, ofJilLkinds, at
tended by faithful and attentive Ostlers.
The undersigned pledges himself that no; ex
ertion on; his part shall be wanting to give gen
era) satisfaction to all who may favor him wuh
i JAMES L. COWAN.
Salisbury, Sept. M, 1840: if7
State of Jlortft Gavolitiix,
August Term, 1840
John Bihkley and Sa
rah Built ley his wife,
Peter Mock and Willi-
am Mock, J
I r this case it appearing to the Court, that
Heory Mock, Petei Mock and William Mock,
are nut inhabitants of this State: It is ordered
by the Court, that publication be made for six
weeks in the Carolina .Watchman, for tbt said
defendants personally to appear before the Justi
ces of our Court of Pleas 4 Quarter Sessions, at
HE undersigned will sell at Public Sale fn
day of October next, (it being Monday of Supe-,
nor Court.) six --,
in the Town of Lexington. Three, of them
fronting the main street, the other three situated
on the back street.' A credit of six months will
be given by the purchaser giving bond and good
E. S CALDCLEUGH.
Lexington. N. C. Aoo 10, 1840 8S .
it friends arc! t:
ing on the To '
and hopes that c !'
he may be pt rni;
attention in his !
saying mai ne j
forced to the si:
business both in I'
in Europe, and
nono but the ii: !
it particularly rr.
ry thing.done in !
With his nv
solicitations vi i;h
with the hope tl. .
oo. . j
Court cf VI
.'"f t .
Harrison M. Y.
' v ' vs. ,
Matthew M. lit
f N this
JL ihe C
Petition for sale
ASM ALLchesnut sorrel Horse,
six years old, about 12 or 15
f4)ffi hands high, with a small white spot
Mgin the forehead very short, arid
tough pacer, and a hard trotter, j A reasonable
reward will be given for his delivery .
August 21, 1840 if4 ' ' ; ' -
THE Subscriber would respectfully inform
his friends and customers, that he has re
moved to the house next door to George VV;
Brown's Store, where he intends keeninsr en as-
-i n . . 1 t m .1 - ao.
me nexi voun, to oe neia lor said county, at Ihe I sortmenl ol
bourt House m Mocksville, on the 4th monday
in November next, and plead, answer or demur
to the plaintiffs petition, or it will e set for hear
ing exparte as to them, and judgment pro con
lesao entere'd against them.
Witness, John Clement, Clerk of our said
court at office, the 4th monday of August, A D
1840.1 JOHN CLEMENT, Clk.
August 2 1st 6w5
A quantity of Fresh Red
oiof ihe Thames, my boys
oof (he Thames!
i n : !
Tone Brcce's Addre
Whigs, whose fathers freedom won!
Countrymen cf Washington
Swear to guari the glorious boon,
Right and Liberty.
The great decisive Strife is near,
Hark ! oar ciuniry's call wei hear
High our siatntess banner rear !
Who will Freedom s cause betray ?
Who hi birthright jjielJ away ?
Who's a slave fur power and pay ?
Craven! come not hear.
Who will brak oppression's chain ?
ho a tyrant' power disdain ?
W ho ear chiriW w 11 maintain ?
Briwhtir ! wtllcome here.
Finn unitedjheart and band,
Crush tbe sputter's boasMul band f
'IT' ch; ?TP "or glorious land !
, Sans cf Liberty.
Also, a few bushelsof Orchard Grass Seed
The above Seeds are for. safe at the N. C
Book Store by TURNER St HUGHES.
Raleigh. Ft b 7, 1840.
We shall receive in a few days, the following
Grass; Seeds; Lucerne, White Clover, Blue
Grass, &c. T. & H.
Fir. .&V )i& Ti r.i.
r - . ' VW V WW UII(fttfl)-
H AVING located himself permanently in
the T.iwn of Salisbury, tenders his seryi
ces lo its Citizens and tbe adjacent country, in
an me various branches of his Profession.. He
can be found at his office on main Street one
.oor below the office of the Western Carolinian
June 26. 1840 ly '
"OTAS located at Col. David Ramsay's, Oakly
JUL Grove, Iredell m N. n ,t . c 'l
mm m m riw m - 111
GHOCBRIES ; mtctt ixu
. Salt, '
Powder and Shot, ,
' Snuff, eye. . ;
MlQtORS or all sorts such as
Holland Gin. "1 ,
Malaga and Teneriffe f Fme,
Champaign, : I. .
Lemon Syrup. Sfc ! 1 .
. Also, an assortment of, . ,
And other things in his tine too tedious to men
tion, which can be bought fr cash as cheap as
at any other place iri Salisbury. ,
. . u ' NOAH ROBERTS.
March 20. 1840 tf34 '
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SrZr IS?. in lhe - A D ?Lf o W of Rowin County.
, lo Muicaiuu. m uti in jam instant a. Vc..
LEAXDER KlLf Aj45ye
ESPECTFULLY offers his pr. essionaJ t ir"Ue 'ow spoken'wiib Vd,,wn
services to the citizens ,f siif.k Vi I looK abo,n a 8 or 9 i.-.ch hml,
surrounding country His Offi
VXff n:wrck building, near
auu w, Jurpbys feiore.
SO, I89 tf5
ce is in Mr.
Iy opposite J.
IfMNS. ROUCHE. wj$uld ii
XV friends and customes, that
form his old
S4Ied 7. .i a f bm- He will be
nira win, calj, on terms the most moderate
Salisbury, JiuU 28, 1840. ,
owner is reauestfl in i.ftm.'f...-.ij
m - wii,.iuiwaiopm,e CIO"
periy pay charges, and lake him iway. - V '
HAVING removed his Office to the ge-' Cot ion Yarr,
cond door of Mr Cowan's Bricks row (for
merly occupied rby Dr A- Smith) nearly
opposite M. Brown's Store, politely tenders
Ins professional services to the public. -
Salisbury Aug. 21, 1840 jf4 i '
Court, tl - .
It is thert fore a.
that mT! irnlii n !
in the Carolina
pear at he next '
Sessions, to l K
tin the 2nd mur,.' '
There to plfaJ t r :
final will be n i:
lion issued rgai. - ?
mount they have i;
; Witiies', I' K
court at oflict. tl.-
w . it r. 7
ur a a
fflHERE "l i
J. Mount I !ar:
bury, (near M j
mence on Wftir.
Brandy, ap. a
Cotton in seed 1
clean, (' ,
Flour, C i
Iron, per jl 1 1
Linseed Oil, -i
Cu en a
Bale rope lb 3
Coflee lb 1-'
Corn liusli r
'. Fayktt.'.' '
'Do, "Apple j'
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