'iinfaio-fe f7 m a nut-shell.'--
j ThVlIoni -William L. Go-gin, member f
'Congress' from Virginia, has addressed hfs
constituents through the National Intellf-
gerkef, j&clining a re-eIcctioi7-in whicji
. he ireferstto his,. political opinions on all
j ; the? great questions of thecUyasuncharig-J
f ca. in reierence to Annexation, uc
,' i- ' ? . . M . r
the. following language : it! it
In regard to the annexation of lexau
i vhfchj femce my. election, has been rau
disgussei in some portions of , the distrfc)
1 I, feel i p be but due to candor.to declare,
that, as! four 4iepreseni.au ve, iiconsioer p
indutj to " oppose it. :' Thougfi electeji
; without;! reference at all to) this "question,1
i it if m Viiuusmess to consider and to meet
it Jirlyjj When first presented itQ,meJ jl
ieltpnclecl, without examination, tfl IfjaH
orfitilisequent reflection hastefidejl
tsa fbc injj opinion against it The anne
atioji otp. foreign territory to our bwh
vasj I think, ' never contemplated byjtbe
framers jjf the Constitution If the pow
er, owcer: was -beyond doubt, I deem
the IprojfSpti if carried out, as likely to en
danger jtfie. Union itselfas unwise abd
imppliticiri the eiistmg state of our own,
as :;iveIIJM the relations Texas wjjlh
those; of liMexicb; "A-'f-W-'-Vr'
aiWe fiaire, too, in Virginia alone, more 1
. " v? s "'"cien-tio'Tnainiain intrty
.millions l;f inhabitants We atT possess
ed, lso,besides the lands of all the oth-1
cc ivcjH-ii,ve oiaies.; 01 a ncn ana Dounu
le&omiin in the West, that must remain
uuujjiu, i portions 401 f ages f o
uv, men, it may pe asKeu, snail
j that which is ou r neighbor's
cf-iwe acquire : mare, (and that.
toq,$iyi paying many millions bf dollars for
i) whfcii we bave afready an abundance, I
;andiQ. slareV even tt the foreigner at one
aoijari aa a quarter per acre I ' Why, in I
value ofthlit which we already possess?
for this; niist be 'the effect ; ring into
rnarfeet ithbiit our own the lands of this
forejgn-Ipuntry i tempt the Virginia slave
owrier itb the prospecttf immense pro
fits in tbp Texas cotton-fields, and his Vir
ginialadswill soon be oftlBred fbr salS ;
he Vill s indueed to selbat a low priie,
because: he Jean; buy more where bis slaive
labofwiljs he supposes, be better ferriii
nerajedj iBut th main with a small farm1
anaimedinea1is, whxaho perform ajl
his Idbol himself, wishes to remove to 'the.
Wes prlNorthiwcst, to some free State,
1 and he, jop, j oilers his' land for sale but
j he f3pdsiis more opulent neighbor 01;
2 petiilgAith 'him,iinalIy underselu'ngniiii,
j andhujreijucing- the yaliie of his fsifni
f unti it; is made almost: worthless. TheE
man of veatth wilj not buy
out the smjall
larmer because he is goitig
I the Irriafl farmer does not
to Texas, and
j land of his opulent neigbbdr because; he
hasiQt:e' meatns tp-d so, jind has alreal
dy j)erhips,ideiermined to jgo in another
diretioj; The lands of each and every
clasj our pitizens '"will thus be, lessened
jiu yalu whether , they wish to remove
and-to pallor to remain in the Old Domirjt
ion:ITMt it kvnnM in nil nKnKnttv- nrlit
!'a few c&)Iat$ to the value of each slave in
w irgiuxanur jU, nine, i inmK may De concfl
ucuj uii mis ituvumage 13 small in-Com
pari$onjvitb? the evils to which I have bqt
' r4 jntjiesd views I may bp mistaken,; yet
ram o IfcandLdate fbr office, I shall not be
suspbetf d of a want of sincerity. I earn
estly dpire to see this Union preserved
f to pponwte itki blessings, and to aid iuesli
1 tabtshin on a firm' basis the Jnstttutions
i ur ovvn tree ana lavorea iana.
governor of Massachusetts, has
eu by message, to th!e Legislature
V 01 t&aU
States the case of Mr. Hoar, thei
j late; minister j io "South Carolina, withoul
I anys recommendation. .Mr. Hoar has made
j a (ljiaHep statement of his reception, trea
I nwM&i wnilH at Charleston.
TXcSniitAontan. Institutwri. The bill
t(estaulish!the Smithsonian Institution,?
&c KviU yesterday reported back toJJthel
wp ivom sxno ijiDraiy vomrauiee w.uu
amenefmcnts which; leave the mam tea
National Library in the plan of
lPPtppr?ating $20,000 iannually
t warasjinat ODiecti-naa me senate
fto-ay instead of adjourning; over to Mohr
dalte bill Iwoqld have been taken fiiii
aridmably passed that lodythis idayi
. 1 tutirc
earinjr to be a creneral dlsoosS.
J pass Jt as it no w stands.- Nat, Ink
rj The citizens of Detroit, Michigan,
I hate si sf tied a petition, and intend prescnt-
mT mm itlto i Gonirress for-the annexation of
wiiiujiu hip, u invii. mcii, vwugi coa uoa
&S inn iy Urrlit nnrl nnr rln?m tv rnnnrls
' r JUSI n?T ffrtnd iis it 15? to I ptaS.
-t . . . S!
aM Wmd Potc. in Salisbury.
was taken do
! in FitdrftadWeVeninir Ust."br those who raised It.
best to take it down, lest it should fall by
j windsome day, and damage person or p
1 i . H 1
eier on ilr. Cay Refuted. lr.
iraball ot lasthampton, ilass- a
"w.riv rartv man. and teacheri at , a; se
' lirjj y that place) made the assert! W
i -,ai;e etech inai;inr.iay nau
ift ioree-racen the Sabbath, "and
T tcacher-Mr, Wrifit. a Whiff
i defN! b s, quarrelled with Mn vkimbalL
. r ail ! T T'X
feuppattnake up the ni
nn Ihft msiftpr. inrnith-
tsWii following statemcntj refuting tbe
t-Pnd-malicious slander uhcin
i-rf1? publicly to express my deep rei-
view of thgreat injuticcdone ta
1 the: lion. Henry Clay by the nsciuW, j a tc-ara cf hones, came 'along.'and inVrnVeit. ', 11 Tt T
..jw.... v. iuu ui jjuhuw" 4ioi" woica acciaent was, no Gouut,,tnof
race on Sunday, and employ this method
of counteracting, as far as. 1 am able, the
injustice done, to him and the AVhig cause
1 j I, - . - D.; M: KIMBALLL v'
j Easthampton, Dec. 31, 1844. ;--i
It is! late in' the day'for this ".'Kimball ta
swallov hisserle jibel but better
! late! taah never?Ni Y. Tribune.?, ?: '
The; subjoined Resolution; with its Pre-:
lamblej was moved in the Ilouse of Dele
gjites jof Maryland 'on Saturday last by
iMttjVfiljiam Cost Johnson. ; The-, case is
sd clearly stated - in the Preamble, as to
Tnake he conclusion, contained in the Res
olution, jf not inevitable, difficult obe re
sisted bV any one who has at heart the
icharactr or the interest either of the sev-
jeraliSitaies, or of the States united' The
.npsoiuupn was raaae me order ot the day
fqrOTesday of this week -Nati Int. W
I fViipREAsVby the adoption" of the Cbn
istltuiionlof the United States, the respec
tive Spes surrendered to the General Go
vernment the power to lay; import duties
a ijftdregulate' commerce ; (and whereas
tl 4; j$tpt;s, surrendered to the General Go
viirnnjent the public lands as a trust pro
P1 f$M be disposed of for the benefit of
all-jthfl Slates ; and whereas in 1790 the
Vnemliljovernment assumed the debts
m lefSJates, and pledged all the proceeds
of thejsales of the public lands for the pay-
fMcWi c"f wuicu ueoc nas lonsr since
beenidisfcharfired : and whereas (he reve
pf the General Governmentlare mor
eessar)rto a wjse and economical
system ofnational expenditure: and where
as the! States have incurred hfiarv in!Kf
edness for works of internal improvement.
(itijisoijnq cases by the advice and encour
agement of the General Government,)
wiiifehjslrve to bind together tl e whole,
affo jnake the Union enduring; and
hereiaj the great indebtedness of many
Jfjwfj. States renders a resort ;o ; direct
pfatipnl to pay the interest at once oner
fPlfHFPpressive to the. people, and it
urdensome in the extreme to dis
cMfgp pe principal thereof when the
same, shall be due : ' ' ..
JstL Therefore, resolved. As Lh&
the iMneral Assembly of Maryland, that
ine; if nerai Government should pledge its
and extend its credit for thei rlir rip
tie, States by issuing 8200,000,060 of Go-
J?- " i OLUttv lu ue apportionea among
jites upon an equitable basis ; and
tnijttye pntire public domain ye( unsold,
cpmpuiea to De i,04a,73l,765acrfes, ought
W Sjpjpicjdged specifically for the payment
piuie same, and the interest t(
t Jli Li.
lltksolved. That our Spnntnrdnnrl 11 n.
preleWtaf ives in Congress be and the v are
litlW farnestly requested to ttdvocate
UCfij h neasure, and to do all in their pow-
n lu acuure its aa
!s.ecpre its adoption at the, earliest
m. ; ' '
94J jdaV last week the rain descending in
ojtjphjti -a couple of wagons passed o-ur office,
hp teppas to which were driven by negroes. It
Orjo of these drivers we are about fo speak :
was 4 stout, broad-faced fellow, k sort of
Myleh looking chap ; and as he wended
11 knml...l ...I!-.. :L' 1JI- 1 - J
ol -FcoojT iccini" in ma sauuie, no maue
helair irirffir witha sonff DerhaDS ofl his own
maeH-i-apart of which, only, we could gather.
WQJii as we could make it out, it was some-
ipejthe fallowing :
jjem down south in the deep sahd hills
M"yS tbe rog3 aD(l whip-poor-wills,
t6 folks down dere got a heap ntgers,
$f shine about and cut big figeri.
um rum. I sell 'um flouii
J sell 'umfbacon, corn and backer.
- Gwine home, gwine home,
j pwine to old Virgma.
t i iiiUi vva.3 suii 10 an air as new 10 us as ioe
tn.tj l ? a. i. .i .
words! were novel, but which seemed
iyjvJeli adapted to each other; and we
there ivTastmusic in it, for it was sung with the
spirt land made one almost forget the damp.
eniJti-the unfavorably circumstances under
which the " Virginal" minstrel poured forth.
uiiawf, iqougni, we, nas james jv. rpiK more
hapftinesslin the contemplation of the honors
wii jiwlit him; as President elect, than that
ne'gro enjoys m his numbie station, and in the
thought of! "gwine to old Virgina," where, in
all probability, he has a wife and children, who.
knows J are i not nermllted to sufTer for the
waiijt ibf this comfort of life. Nay, is th ere one
abofiticjn; fanatic in a hundred, half as
earl arid trouble ! v
A STREET FIGHT.
CI shall take the liberty to say a word or
ivtto io j relation to k fight which took place in
onie pt uie reet3 ot our Town on last Saturday,
' II Jfe . A - -r
yri;touh we may, by so doing, gain the
isp esurq of the parties. We disapprore of
gMirirtrflr wheretibut when it is done m so
pu a.plice as the one in question, hindering
tbsj!jci(jiet stnd busy from their occupations and
ilarni g tjie peaceable, it deserves to be jcen
su red i lthje most positire manner, and if there
U any la by which tho belligerents in this
ca saca n U reached we hope they will be made
to fee .hejforce of that law; - ? -
R The inarhes of the Individuals alluded to, are
Redi arid ?rey. :The figbt commenced near!
tesmi J,l& AV. JIurphy's store, ; and was suf.
progress until the parties - were barely
able to btaod upon their feet. ; They were then
pat anJ all present believed it was to their
present Deueveu it was to their
at lattlfactiod. Imagine our surprise, when,
in thN dourte ot a halt hour anerwaras, we wiu
tt0sa k continuation of tho fight. Unobserr.
iiepJ the pnrpced parties came wgeiaer ibb se.
cbiiia tjrne i and in, the language, of Col Jones
u i!i )A 7 nKftnt'on fiKrn first nft. nnt thn
anil jhci other. AC last prey got the decidejd
advantncf his antagonists : He had him down
buried in mud and watcrrC Just then
THE MASSACHUSETTS AGENTAll
'"lint 1 1 'l ' " 5 1'' 4
nThe Mobile Advertiser says i v We statJ
: ed (yesterday ijpon theauthofity of a' gen-l
iiernaa aireci irom iew ureans, tnat iNlrJ
Htjbbard Had hastily left that city, for ;Bosi
torj. v We, however, learn frojii the Je fife r
sqnian Republican of -Monday; that be is
stip n.the;cityt:iie.haspo.adds.th pe:
publican,-placed himself incnimunicatior
wib anyof the authorities; '6$ given form
al jndtificatioii of his ' presehe,-or of the
object of bis mission.. Ii js; known, hovv
eve r, that he is here, anil nere as an ac
credited functionary of the State of fas
sachusettslfor the purpose of contrpvrt
ingj Jtheatidityv orf of obstruitmg.the ex
ecStion of a law of this Statej enacted jfor
thej ' preservation of private property and
the- public press. The at of jdeputirigjan
agent to come among us with $uch objects
is n insult tb-Couisianaa yicjlation of.ithe!
comity due from one.member jf the ITmoU
to another, an impeachnierit tf our sover
eignty within the limits ofsthp State; and
an pneroachment so glaring and perniciusi
that no main can predict fwhajt! new uur-l
pations may be attempted, o what 'evils
may follow, if we tolerate! it for, a moment.
Such an outrage was never contemplated,
and, therefore, there is no statute beArino-
uirecuy on tnis case.; it lis a casus onus-
J: i, il I -I -
sus The provisions of the Black Code do
not apply in the present instance, as we
are advised, though it niay; faintly be in
ferred that the presence of such an agent,
bed with powers conferred oh Mr.
Hubbard, and backed by Massachusetts,
wobld have a tendency to excite discon
tent and insubordination in1 our servile-
population. i i , '
her Republican continues i 'Fortunate-!
ly, bur Legislatureconvenes!' to-davL and:
trust it iwill dispense, as far as mav hit.
imtU 4U 1 r . ;,J 1 . i?. . i
usual luruis, ana taice immediate
action in the premises, has; a precedent
in tbe late proceedings of South Carolina,
whfch have been approved,! we believe,
without a dissent, in all the slaveholding
States. The Governor should be prompt
ly invested! with power tp eipl Mr. Hub
bard, or any other agent jsent here oii such
a mission, from the territory of Louisiana,
andj it should be distinctly Injiade known
tha the people of this Stated will submit
to no interference with its jurisdiction or
domestic institutions, frbm any quarter ;
and that those who attempt, in person, thus
to idterfere hereafter, will beivisited iWith
the most terrible penalties known to the
law.; It is high time we should speak out
on this subject. We have submitted long
enough. Ye have no compromise to make.
We ask nothing more than the constitution
and the rights hat were bought with the
blood of our fathers.; We can make no
compromis but byconcesswwnd wejhave
no concession to make. I j i
Wf. Hubbard, the emissary of Massa
chusetts, is fully aware of his position.
He knows that his mission is: revolting to
pur rjride as citizens of a sovereign jtate,
and dangerous to the peace of the commu
nity.! He has been respectfully informed
of al this by a number of our most influ
ential citizens. Yet. we -n'nrlprstfi nrl hp
TTefueS to leave. It is. therefore, nrone.r.
tnat ne snouid be expelled lorthwith -by
? 8 ITT J .. i
We trust, for the credit of all. and
Lfor the sake of bumanitr, that no person-
ai iiiMiuity win ue ouerea lo inis lnuivui
ual. He should be regarded only in his
capacity of public agent, and as such,
should be expelled from our territory! only
by the authorities of thei State.. j !
The Decision of the People.- Some of
those who are strenuous for the annexa
tion of Texas are constantly asserting that
the people have decided! in favor of an
nexaion. This assertion has been repeat
edly made in Congress, and is made by cer
tain partisan, editors with a singular air of
confidence.- We know not how any one
can take such a view of thei late elections
as to feel justified in making; such a dec
laration. It is quite doubtful whether a
majority of the voters of the United States
gave their voles for Mr. Polk ; and of those
who voted jfbr him it is well known jthat
large numbers are strongly opposed tp an
nexation. Indeed, we entertain a j firm
belie' that in the free States eleven-twelfths
of tho voters disapprove of the annexation
proposed by Mr. Ingersoll. j We speak
now pf their personal views, and not of
the degree of their submission to party
dictation. , , i . , j i-
It .Is astonishing that more account is
not taken of the popular) feeling on Ithis
impoi-tant subject. Even if those oppos
ed to annexation were an evident minori
ty; so strong and sincere is their opposi
tion, and such are the grounds of that op
position, that it would seem Unwise to ride
over it. When a large, patriotic, and high
ly intelligent portion of the ; people j feel
that a proposed measure will involve the
nauon m wrong-aoing, ana are mereiore
anxious that it should
pot be adop
to avoid it.
ted, surely the safe course! is
And when it is more than possible that a
majority of the people heartily disapprove
of thei proposed measure, bow can trufe re
publicans Consent to have janyl part. in
forcing it upon them ? North American.
' " . f-4r . j .; I ; I '
." . A j unnt Alteration. TA few year$ ago
this sign j was upon one of our mprcaiitile
houses : i v,-. -. ;. .- r v jl : -f ' S
; AAj,Bull4m Cpffntyfil r,f' 1 If 1
" A wickea wag one night took paint! and
brush' and In one sminute made it ead
thusL--i -r--y ! i;:,-!
.-i':Ar' Ttull & Cow Tmhor'tedA
1 Numbers' of people called he pext,
totale a look at the Imported Cattle J,
Regalias " Irlnciie, ' and Canones.
W HAVE now oa hand a large And superior assortment
Ji. of SEGARS of th bsl qnalitrV TSISS
December SI. 184 I
:: Annexation.-Tho last Richmond Enquirer
a vs We. understand, that' a Caucus of he
Rejpubbcan members Vasi held at , Washington
on jSatarfay night A linp spirit, prevailed.
The j f have adopted with : great: nn'aninty the
proposition fbrinnging Texas in as a State
-1 -''."'-. -7 -.-5. .:- .11 r rv71lV
soereuunipg bertIands, and paying her own
debts, dec, The scheme j selected was pretty
much she same with Mr. Foster's, of . the Sen.
ateoa the same general principles with Tib
batts, promgoole's and Jules' rwilh some lit;
tie variation perhaps from all of- them. Wo
understand, the prospect tat Washington is,
that some bill will pass the House of Repre
sentatives )n a few days, af er the whole 'sub
jechad been re-committet by the Committee,
towards the close of the wet ik. Who can doubt
the; jSenate 1 , Surely, they cannot, will not re.
sist the will of the people, and cotmteract' the
great1 interests of the'' whole Union V
The Fayetteville j Observer says : 44 A fire
wafe discovered, about 5 o'clock on Friday mor.
ping last, in a wooden, bujlding on Hay street,
in thi3 town, and was not arrested until that
and three other building?-, all occupied as Gro
cery Stores, had been destroyed.' The house
in which it originated belonged to D. Baker,
Est!., and was occtmied bv Mr. Thos. '.J. An.
derson. Two adjoining
iamo houses, on the
Eait, were owned by D. Carver, Sen. and D.
Carver, Jun. The loss off these three sufferers
is very. severe, as they sated nothing and were
Late and Direct from Vera Cruz.
Ji . ; I
The Charlestdn Courier of Saturday
say$: We arc indebted to the courtesy of
1 npler, a passenger in the schr. Jp A.
Brawn, arrived yester4ay from Havana,
for fhe information which follows :
Mr. T. lefj Vera Crqzvfor Havana on
the J2d inst., in the Br. bail steamer Dee,
which vessel reached Havana on the 7th
instant. At the last accounts Santa Anna
was: at San Martin de (Sesmuluca, about
four leagues from Puella, with a force of
6,000 men, mostly motinted on horses ta
ken from the inhabitants. Gen. Paredes
bejrig in close pursuit! with an army of
9,000 raen, but manoeuvring and avoiding
a conflict, as a matter Df policy, as Santa
Anna's forces were daily decreasing, on
account of desertions from his ranks, while
Geri. P. was rapidly acquiring strength.
A decree had been issued by the Slexi
can j Congress, declaring Santa Anna a
traitor and an outlaw, and authorizing any
who may meet with him to take his life.
Measures had also been adopted to pre
vent! his escape, by guarding the different
seaports and other outlets, and it is believ
ed that he must eventually be captured.
A person named Arellano, an individual
in the interest of Sana Anna, with addi
tional confidential correspondence, had
been! taken, and it was supposed he would
be executed. 4- - - I
Mr. Tripler states that the whole coun-
try is in-a state of the
robberies of travellers were committed
daily, lnd he himself ivas twice stripped
of whatever was valuable about him, in
his iroigress through Mexicobut without
any Indignity being offered td his person.
It islthte opinion of Mr. T. from what he
could learn, that the new government
would be as much if not more virulently
opposed to the annexation of Texas as the
former and states thatf Americans are held
in great abhorrence, and receive frequent
insults at the hands ot the Mexicans.
We have no alterations in!
o mark this week.
Owing to the extreme unpleafsantriess of the weather, for
the last; eight days, business 1(3 not so brisk as during the
week before. j j j ' I
Produce from WagoAs. paeon, none ; Beeswax, 25
cts.; Batter, 7 a:8 ; Cotton, 3$ a 4$ ; Corn, 30 ; Floor,
3 a 3ii Feathers, 20 a-22-Oats,
13. a 20 ; Tallow, 6
Flaxseed, 75 ; Lard, 5 a 6 ;
; Wheat, 50 ; Brandy,
30 a 35 ; Whiskey, 25 a 40.
(peach,) 40 a 45 ; do. (apple,))
Groceries, fal, at the Stores. Bagging, 16 to 22 ;
Bale-rope, 7 a 9 ; Coffee 7 a 9 ; Iron, 2 j a 4 ; Molasses,
45 a 50 j Nails, (cut, per keg) $5 75 ; Powder, (keg) $4
25 a $6 50 ; do (blasting, per keg) .$3 75 a $4 ; Sah,
(sack) $2 50 a $2 75 ; Sugar, (brown) 7 a 10 cts ; do.
(loaf) 15 ; Tin, (J cross) $12 50 ; Oysters, (fresh) -per
gal. 2 50 ; do. (pickled) $1 50 ; Salmon, per lb: 25 cts.
Mullets (per doT?.) $1 25. j
Sheeting, 4-4,' (Salisbury knannfacture) 7 a 8 ; Cotton
Yarn, (Nos. 5 to 12) 15 ctsi per lb.
!;' - Sfctr
In this County, on the ldth Dec. last, Mrs. HONOR
HALL, wife of Soloman Hair, Esq., in her sixty-first
year. ; Her death has left a jiracancy that will long be re
membered. She was an examplary member of society,
an affectionate wife, a kiind neighbor, and a kind and in
dulgent mistress to her tervints. It can truly be said of
her "those that knewlher best loved her most,"
1 Small, font Valuable, Farm for sale.
THE Stibscriber offers for sale the Plan
tation; upon which he now lives, known
by the namf of (the "White-House, six miles
Ea st of Salisbury, lying on the Yadkin river,
near the Trading Fordj containing 175 Acres, the
greater part of which i3 nnler fence. There is on it a
I FINE DWELLING HOUSE
large, weft arranged, cornfortable, and well finished to
gether vrtth all the necessary out-houses for a farm.
It will be sold privately, if application be male soon ;
or at public auction at; the: Courthouse in Salisbury, on
the Tuesday of February Cktrt, on a credit of 12 months.
January"4th, 1845 37tfl J. M. LOVE.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE,
THE subscriber will sell at public sale on Monnay of
February Court, the house and lot, ooe square south
east of the Court hoofie. There. is on the premises a
GOdD DWELLING HOUSE,
Blacksmith shop with three forges ; a Carriage
shop, !and all neces$aryjFout.buildiogs. At the
same time will be sold, two sets of - -
j j I J BACKSMITTII TOOLS. v -j
The bove property ri3 b soli on a credit of mx and
twelve' months, bond and approved" security required -of
(the purchaser. " " .
I Jan 1U1845 J .
JOHN L SHAVER.
RUNAWAY NEGROES. , V
4 A.1 ttwdi
A KEN up and committed to the Jail of
Rowan county, on the 7th day of January,
I Al 'twoneero men. Prince and Jane. - Prince i a-
t a,nt SO yean of agel 5 feet 5 inches high. June
is about 35 yea ra old, 5 feet highland eay they belonj to
John D-A.Murphy, of iLexington Districr,3outh Caro
lina. .Tha owner is requested to;. come forward, prove
property, par charges and take them away. ...
. RUGS;" MEDICIpPES,:- FAIRI
1 , " ' . nTT Ci Tim fimTmnn s '
f ililTi QQscnter voold respectful! inform the citkons
r.j. opemns oroct Urnyw Medicines, Oils, wtectrdby bWlf in Nw YorT3
;is dclarrJ4io b (br thew capable cf .judging tbe largt test aortmem ever offered in th? !aLW
"t-J. r v . i - 4 important than fresh Add fine raeJicine j he therefore solicits
uUoaof hi stock and nncea tH A-.:- f.ii, i Y..i: ; ci..;i.:i zr.. "a examta
( UA UM MU W .UUUIj
Celow will be found
Aloes, Soc r ; Magnesia, J
Calomel, EngliaJi, , . .' ,J Preclp: Carb.- Iron;
American, Gold. 8. Antimonyj
Sulpa.s Qainine, pore, h 5 Gam Myrrh; v : ?
Epsom Salu, .
Glauber . ,
. " y Kino; : - 'J,
" "r Catechu, . .;
.) Arabic,- ,
. " , Awafcetidav , .
. Salisbury, Dec. 21;.1844 ' 3a-34
FAYETTEVILLE MARKET Jan. 22,
Brandy,pe'ch,5iQa60 -Lard, - . 7a8
uo. apple, 4i a ou piolasses," S3 a 40
oaoj ,uats, ; .; 23 a 35
27 a 28 .Oil, Linseed, 75 a 80
12 a 15
7 a 10
Th a 10
16 a 20
Nails, cut, 5-l.a5j
Rags, per. lb. . 2
Sugar, brown, C a0&
do. Lump, 14
do. Loaf, 14 a 16
Salt, (bush.) 45 , a 50
do. Sack, $2 a 82 25
Tallow, 6 a 7
Tobacco, VI, 1 a 2$
Wheat, 70 a 85
Whiskey, 35 a 40
Wool, '. 12 a 15
Corn, 40 a 50
Feathers, 9 a 30
Flaxseed, 81 15a8U
Hides, green, 4 a 5
do. dry, '8 a 10
CIIERAW MARKET, Jan. 2L
Leather, sole, 20 a 25
9 a 10
40 a 45
4 a 5
8 a 10
15 a 18
9; a 10
' 4J a 5
40 a 50
25! a 30
5 a 65
Salt, sack, 82 a 2 J
IWILL ofier for sal?Lin LincoTnton, Monday the
3rd of March next, being Monday or the Superior
court, the following property, to wit : Eli Hoyl's jne,
rest in the High Sjbdal Manufacturing Company, being
one tenth part. There are belonging (o said Company
upwards of seventeen thousand acres of Land ; twenty
valuable negro meri, the most of whom are first-rate me
chaaics ; six waggfms and teems, a Furnace Forge, Ro
ling Mill and Naij Factory, all in good repair. Also,
two Saw mills, anil two Grist mills. Also, said Hoyl's
interest in two Lots purchased of .Dr. Simpson, on which
are all the shops
One negro woman and children ; one
and other articles not necessary to
mention, -ue attention and a reasonable credit will be
given by me.
Jan. 10th, 1815 33:5t
"SWEETS FOR THE SWEET V?
PERFUMERY, &C. !
JUSX RECEIVED A MOST SPLENDID As
sortment of Cologne, Flori Aur Water,
with Roses; Turkish, Perfume,
Rose Water, Orange Flower, do.. Jessamine, Otter Rose,
Musk, Bear's Oil, 3uffaloe do.. Macassar do., Ox Mamn
ROSE SOAP, ALMOND DO,
Transparent do., Yjictoria do., besides many in thia line
too numerous to mention. For sale at
J. H. ENNISS. Dru2 Store.
Salisbury, Januajy 4, 1845 .. tf36
HAVING removed to the office lately occupied by
Judge Caldwell, the next door below J. H. Enniss
Drug store, will always be found there unleiTprofession
ally engaged. Jan 11, 1845 ly37
A gooil Suiue.- Tauurry for Sale.
INTENDING tojehange my residence, I offer for saje
. my TANNER m Cheraw, containing forty-five
Tanning and four Lime Vats, two Baits and a large Pool,
supplied by a never failing spring, a small branch running
through the yard. There are on the premises, all neces
sary and convenient buildings for a large operation in tan
ning and shoe making. The vats are now filled A good
supply of raw hides oa hand, and a large supply of bark,
fully equal to two y&ars consumption! Terms -will be
made accommodating. If not disposreFof at private sale,
I will appoint an early period to sell to the highest bidder.
Also, for sale, a small tract of land, adjacent to the
town, with good shed, &.C., necessary for Brick making.
Alsoa Carriage &ut little used and a
pair of safe fa-
mily horses. ! JOSHUA
MISS SARAH M. LINSXEK,
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Mocks
ville and the surrounding country, that she has com
me need the '
. lillinary and Mantna making Business,
in this place, at the residence of Wm. B. March, Esq.,
two doors below the Methodist Church, where she will
be glad to receive orders for work in her line
She trusts from long experience, to be able to give sat
isfaction. Charges will be moderate. Hats and bonnets
bleached and trimmed
Mocksville, January, 11,1845
JOHN U. VOGLER,
Watch and Clockmaker.
"PULD respectfully inform the cit
izens of Rowan and the adjoining
counties, that he has opened his shop en
main street, in the office formerly occupied by Wm. J.
Piuramer, as saddler,' jthree doors below J. H. EnnisH"
Apothecary store, wheie he is prepared to execute all
work in hisJine of business. His work will recommeud
itself ; to the aged he can say that come and you can hare
good spectacles, also glasses fitted to suit any age. Jew
elery made to order, rings, breast pins, Sec
Old gold and silver,Jaken in exchange for work.
Jan 11, 1345 j ' 137
PEAS' 1I0APH0UND OANDY,
Jii JTnbe Paste,
TTOR the curs of coughs, colds, etc. for sale by
JC ! i J. H. ENNISS, Drugist.
Salxsburr. Jannary 4.1 1845 tf35
State or Jlortn avolinaP
. DAVIE COUNTY. - .
Court cf Pleasant Quarter &ssion Nov. Term, IS44
Mildred Renshaw, wtdofw of James Renshaw, c. Arther
Renshaw, Wm Hendrei and wife Mary, Denton Hendrex
and wife Sarah Ann, Rebecca Renshaw, Elizabeth Ren
shaw and John Renshaw. v t'i.'7 V'r
- - Petition for Dowers ;
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Coort, fhat'Ar
JLlher Renshaw, is notan inhabitant of this State : It is
ordered, that pablicatkin be made, six successive weeks in
the Csrolina Watchmanthat the said defendant Jn this
casebe and appear at the next term of this court, to be
held at the coort-boase in MocksviHe, on the 4th raonday
of February next, and plead, or judgment will we taken
pro confesso. Witness. John Clement, clerk of oor said
court, at office, the 4th tnenday of November, 1844, and
. r6w37 Printers fee g5. 50.'-' - ; r - 2-
" ; - Hero Shlpjaate try thiil,;.'';,
:TrjUST Te 15 bo9 Wing " Tobacco, a
3 mokanperior article. Tbe choiceE of the Army and
Navy, for sale at J H. Enniss Drajtors,
ti f m , wtwitASMius , juxuug cwuuueoj,inB can oiieruiJuct
cf galiaburTsna Phraicians in C' ' .
w pt tbe .leading articles to wit;
.Tartar Euietic, -1
: jiatnes Powdera ft'"
I Covers' ' do . ; j
; 'Acltric' Morphine,
Salicino,! i , ,
- Plperine, 'y 0
..Iodine, ' - ' V
.. A . "
vpium, j.- 4';i:
.Camphor, V .
, Hoffman's Anodyne,
j FRESH-; GOODS,' ) 5 40 TO $50,000
;v Cheap Goods; 1-; , ( y ta amount; '
fTI fJE iindereigned are Bow reeeng and opening ia
in theState containing two large tooths, each 40 by 50 :
feeO Uie largest, Jf: 4. ' ; ; V - !v
iniapcsVilaiidsorafst, and btst selected Stock' ot
that his ever been broucht to this nlace. 'Aoionv rh
stock will be found the followin' : v , i i I
pieces Cloths, eassimerea and cassinets, X 41
68 pieces plaid and plain Kentackr Janes anJ -:
Tweeis cloih,25 per cent cheaper than any otherhoose. i
, , . j 150 pieces black and fancy coTd . alpaccas. cheaa I
- I - 5 cents and upwards P ' t , , j
'-4 " 1000 pieceablue, black and ftney'printi.af least !
T . A z &3f per et; cleaper thari any other houae,
I . j 50 pieces red, white and greea tlannelU
; IQ.l " genuine Het anchor bolting cloths
j 500 blankets-assorted qnaliries and sues, . 1
Bleached and brown shirtings, bed ticks, apron checks.
Jaconets, cambricks, and Swiss muslins, a large assort
ment f Tailora trimmings, ginghams, plaid cloakings,
handkerchiefs, tippets and shawl, flannel drawers and
shirts, jvestings, diapers, dimities, table cloihs.'fancy rel
meres for do. ' . '" - . . : v
45 dozen straw Leghoro, bombazine and velvet bon
" nets, .
lOOjdo for, hair, glased and velvet caps,, ; " 1 rt rJ
1500 pair shoes assorted, . . , .f J
10 cases men's and boys' boots,' " - -'--.j:1
' I 15 crates crockery wareponuinlng 1000 dozetl- -cups
abd saucers, 300 dozen plates, and a great variety
ofiothrr warejarge stock of Hardware and "cutlery, a -,
morigjwhich may be found, carpenters lools of all kinds, f
a superior stock of Rodgers superfine pocket knives, a i
good assortment of carriage trimmings, saddlery and sad-
12000 lbs oak tan and hemlock leather;' . .
1P0 kegs DuponVs FFF. and blasting powder,' ri
,. 13 J bags shot assorted sizes, ; u t' v
j 0 casks prime cheese,".- " - , 0. ' I
i G50 bags prime new crop Rio coffee, t ' : . ' s
: ' 33 hhds New Orleans and Porto Rico sugari
1 j i; 75 Kegs nails and brads assorted shes, v V
10 Kegs white lead, best-quality; y ,; "
: ;! 80 pair Eliptic spring, ' .'r " -
i' 25 boxes tin plate,, - . I "j T- J- " VIs -
I ! !12 bis tanner's oil, (prime) r
" 300 lbs Quicksflver, (pure) : ' -
Th aboye goods were all bought in Philadelphia and;
Ne w Nork with and for cash, since the late fall in pricet
(whiclws from 25 to 33Kicr. ct. lower.) and manv of
I them fare now offered at lower, prices than any of our
merchants paid tor them in September last. ' -
TMejrchants, pedlars, and other, wholesale dealers can '
now libit our store with the Expectation of finding at all 7 ,
seasoiis of the year, a large and cheap stock of every :
kind 4f goods, as we have now one of the best-buyers "
always in New. York with task in hit hands to buy any
oargatn tnat may otter, v-vive-us a cau,anct we Will show
larger and cheaper nock, of goods than any other
rarticular auenUonwill be paid to vholsale or
- Respectfully, &e. Sid.', - i
;i. St. V. MURPHY. .
Salisbury. Jan 7. 1845 :'; 1 -- 13(37
N. B. 500 bales ofCottofTWMted. J ' " - ' .
I ' r- and . . k-:
&PLENDID ASSORTMENT, OF.
PRESS OYSTERS I - !
i (In the Shell I)
whicjh persons may prepare for themselves-, K'
on Cpiafingdishes, at my Shop, in a vcry .
saort iime, 10 suit xneir own tastes.
i ffoda Biscuit, and Water Crackers f
. Ralsliu, AlBiondv Pninei; -;.
! 1 Segars and Snufi, (Scotch and Mac a boy l) - "t1
I A GREAT TaarrrT or CANPIE3, ' '.
j - And T6rt.i : -
' ' . 1 ALSO.' ... , - -"-rvi
! Flsa Sardines, Salmon Herring, and JIallcU t ;
! ' OLIVE OIL, ' !
Shoa-Blacking, fiddle Strings,sperm and tallow Candles, i
i , rMSIi BRANDY, 7 . 7'
AND VARIOUS OTHER LIQUORS. St WINS? - ;
such ai French brandy, Ilolland gin, Jamaica rum ; Ma
deira, f ortenerifici Claret, Champaigne, Muscat Mal-' ,
aga and domestic wines, 41so, some splendid "
Forter, Scotch Ale and Albany Ale. . 1 ,
'! ' ' . ,j : r . Sk: BESIDES;7 7K: l'' "if
a great variety of flier articles ih my line of business '
loo tedious to mention J and which I will sell as low as -they
ca(n be sold for cash, or on credit to punctual dealers. " . ; 1
All thej above fine articles will be found at the Salislurf f i l
Confeciionary aud Bakery, opposite J. &W. Murphy'a:, r l
store, ir at the Salisbury Grocery and Confectionary. J: s "
SalMuty, Dec. 21, 1JM4 .l ;i tfG&2( ' ' ,
lit. ' ' .. ":----7"- i? : - .
rflfrjE bndereigned will 'attend at Stl John's Church,
: Xi sik miles and a half east of Concord, Cabarrus ca.,- (
on the second Saturday of January next, and every suo-r. I
ceeding Saturday,, for the purpose of receiving proposalr !
and making contracts, (until the contract is closed, for !
boildinjg a Chorch.75 by 50 feet W the clear, the wall io
be of bpek with a rock foondation, one story high, with; ji
an ettdj gallery. We believe the, brick' can .be made at . Hf
ihe plaleer; The making of the brick and putting cp th .
iwall Will be in one contract, or th whole toother as may -
iwiCS Term cash 1 UOHN1 11. COST, 'z.
f i ' ' . . , ... C, MELCHOR. .
f D. D. RIDENOUR. r
i-U W5 JOHN -FISHER, . v
irl:i : ; GEORGE CLIN L - -
Botldiag Committee of the Lutheran Church of St. Jc'.jn's . n
I Cabarrus eoanry, N. C. Dec. 22, 1844 f25 . J
Trylsuihority of a Deed conrejing title, executed by
tl) Frederick Mowery, bearinj; dale of lie ciftration :
the first day jot February, 18 13, the undersized Trustee, ! T
will oCfrr at public sala at the Courthouse in FaLtlury,
cm Mopday the third day of February next, beins; thd 4
first day of the County 'Court,a TRACT OF LAND,lyrH ;
in goo Crane creek.adjoining lbs town lands of Salisbury, .
jWm-IL Horah, ELFralefind others, containing 225" J
Acres, more or lcs, for the purpose of fulfi!lir j tho y 1 ,
Tro.i - Terms of sale declared at the tiinej. ' The Trus. f, j
tee will execute and delivct a title to the lan 3 with such, t
warranty as the Trust will enable hlrn to c'ive P0 N "
payment of the purchase money. - -1
: . SAM'L. SILLm.VN.Truatea. . i
- DecrmberSOsh 11 34:6t . ,,,tj
.-"OIIOM 10tol l500 fect of Walnut or Cherry Plant -;
JL? for which a Lbcral cash r-rico will be paid. ' I,
JaD 14. IS4S, . - D. WATSON, l
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