V?i 1 .' ' . 1 ! ' 4 i , -i i
l ( '.r .-:!,! 'lr- M . 1
i1 hi..'' ! i I r" '. '
. ' ' - .ti - M -t .
. 1 .. j - 'i a - i ; ' . . .
3 a man
-ff-r i' h' : : v. f 1
McddMl.. oil'": mi
hc lv n if J. FVM
.Jj -J.il i.-;.J looking on. yhi1.5 n boy
We will not sajr, that if wo believed the Stan
3ardi animadversion on Gov. Graham had ori
ginated in a 'spirit! of. gehutnl piety of thanki
fulness to! the Giver of all Good for the benefits
our; happjf countW has receivedwe should riot
with duli&lit teamini;
It tLea'ut set well oa hUtoaiach" any i pear hpro aaiu,!' John,
I , " , .. 1 from his big whitfe eyes, and with a broad grin
displaying a row cf beautiful white ivory, re
plied " 1 wouldn t bin here dis time, j
oniy go. constable lotcn-.ma I '
have attempted tocaslridjctlle upon him how. I chibald Baker, BENJAMIN JULIAN, Postmaster t
But believing that his remarks wero induced by
a spirit sb factious, tfUt it would not hesitate to
J. G. RAMSAY, of Rowan, to Miss SARAH
f U3TEK, of Davie county,! it
tempting 1 turn a Wagon and tearri make party capital out of the most sacred sub
'a'ttttfrpw iaie V when, one of he hor$- jectwe! have Vtjid what we have said.
gainst jjiui -w.p..-a
wal ili limj; aboui 10 hours, and
Irl thft fuli nercise ol his
1,1 rinUe'd rtci'hik ritel This ifflictiv
i;tnenstttion ol 1 r
f - -.
made a sudden
w Mrtd run the tongue ol tne wagon m
1 11 V
idence falls With the
rreater wcight'upon iis bereaved parent
ince U h.is been but a few weeks "ago he
l(Mthis!wifcan obitiiary notice af whom
WH be lounci in tins paper.
THE MEtlCtlANfS AND DEMOCRACY
MEMREctTORsV $me anonymous-writer
IniheUittFuUers Journal, sinii himself
An Ohserrcr' akes the liberty of beratingtbe
M'erchaWofiouf'.'IVw to, coniiarawe ex.
tent i whether fJr rra jr trppoJ oflrnces, I
cannot y, IIJu M.Jt pay jxtoy nave some
weight totti irijury ot pur Mercnants wan iDose
xVV are Ignorant or. tne. reoton wny mis un
n una cowiy,on l ursaay evening last, or K-eT. at-
TH? SPOILS DOCTRINE.
The Loco Fodos have always acted upon the
doctrine lhat to the victors beloug the spoils,
but we Have never, until the present time!l heard
of its being perily avowed by any one except
the Hero of the Patched Breeches Got. Mari
t i ... . rv..-.: -1 i I ..
cy. tiY, nuicr, icuiucrai:j us;" pro
Departed this life on the 23d of Anffl'after an! illness
v. vuij uiic vuj, ua. Vr., Wile UIJJUUil f . iw
L-orkle, tsq., of Kowan county, aged 31 years 2 month
ana i j days. ! r ew events to the providence ot vod ar
more tnysterioas. or better calculated t call forth dee
and heartfelt sorrow than the death of this amiable wo
man.! She was taken awav in the meridian of life, ac
: tivity and usefulness : leaving a tender and affectionate
husband, (bait interesting children and a! numerous circle
of .frienda to mount their irreparable I033. ;
v :;! vs. ,
1. , ' ' " "'"w auxaure XcY SlocK ol Watclxcs,
"': ".-j. c.j. ?
.a .U kind cf f.ncr goj,"or;. -i5v TAOIES.f' .
SKs riia tVi a !rtnna nrnmnn tarhra vetiq tl rrntrfi 1 a Kip
rrreiued t so far that it no longer requires even I husband : the mother who euided her hduse withldiscre-
the profession of jpuro and disinterested patriot 1 tion, and trained up her family for God i whose children
cabled forahdilUijetai ajtacK nas ocen maae up.
on tbem b the reformer of the Loct foco party
of Saiiwrv. l ViU'liereJas briefly, as I can,
toward f Mr. Childress, says :
"In the first blacrXJhi&iress was a Whin"
out i! office, ano: had no political right to apply
for ofBc4 under 4 democratic-administration." -
We shall not j stop to inquiro vhcre :the NeW
Era got, his authority for saying that a Whig
has no light to apply for office under a demo,
cratic administration. We might, to be sure,
very safely defy! it to point to any thing in the
Constitution of the United btates justnying such
an as5ej-tit btit we know the democracy re.
gard tbl Constijution as a mere matter of moon.
shine. We might even challenge the New
Era to prove, hts assertion by the Resolutions
of '99 and 99 jV but we i will not do it. We
shall h4 content with thanking the New Era
for its Candor m giving the true creed of his
party ltf regarul to othce. - i When Gov. Marcy
dies, ;e hopejlho will leave those patched
breeches to the New Era--Petersburg Intelli
male character. A- ' I
In the ,20th year of her age, she united herself with
the Presbyterian church in which she lived an exemplary
and consistent life until called by death to join thej church
triumphant. Her end was peace ; calm and composed
without a struggle or a groan : her spirit took Jts night
to the resions of bliss, to the mansions of rest ;anJ of
glory prepared for the people of God. " Blessed are the
dead jho die in the Lord,"
44 So fades a summer cloud away,.
So, sinks the gale when storms are o'er ;
So gently shut the eye of day,
So dies a wave along the shore." Com.
, DIED In thia Town, on last Friday afternoon, after
a short illness, Mrs. ELIZA WEELER, aged about 64
THE ubscribers are now'lrrceivihg from the North,
their Fall aud Winter Goods of every
description, such as u. -
n ! 0)g, -
Hardicare, Cutlery, Groceries, Crockery,
' I H I v Sond Glassware.,
Among their stock may also be foufid some of the band
samest and finest ankles for gentlemens and ladies'
..wear, via: i j . x ; ; . ...
Cashmeres, j Mouseline de Lanes, Alpaccas,
&c. ; Friench Beaver, Clothes, Cassimeres and
I ' ' jVestings Hats, Caps, '
BONNETS, BOOTS AND SnOES,
betides many other articles, usually found for
sale in stores. ; . i
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam-.
ine our stock before buying else where, aa we are deter
mined to Sell eery low for cath.
! BROWN & MAXWELL.
Salisbury, Octuber 2. 1845tf 23
with their former stock, enables urn1
and finest assortment ever! offered lit
laeivus io mention v
rs now to vCt to the t
' : : ' - - iq wani oi cne raii mnA n-.. t wtv.
- ------- ---- -- -r -nrooomiiera, uopiex, llorixo!
DMtina an.. Plain Isi r.IwKB Mnniul W- .1 in,. .
. T ' .-r iaa ait anus ot Jewelry, pat in order cn i -
7a for twelve months. Lepine and plain Watches will b altered rratem.Le,er. an J w
' Salisbury, N. C, Sep. 0lh 1345 fcO;tf
BOGER A: V.-1I.
Drugs! Drags! Drugs!
ROWAN HO r
uati, now received a new M6ck Dm jIedi.
.., wnica i am confident ia the largest and
best assortmen: ever offered in this mirket. I invLte in.
apections as to ouantitv and attain. . r ru:-
Rive the! public1 some few reasons which strike
, ii t .L' J ' t': . ,u .1..
l"a'Caungino caiisr. i irsi, iiie.ii, uic
MeTch-ntsif.Saliitury, are all staunch and uh.
wsvenng tl , i ft' " c viwinS i j
whit eve' lover: or hi$ country irill do, exert. The War. 4-Gen. Gaines, it is said, has re-
jnj Ihcinieives tojucnan ui uiie principles i ceiveu pruers trom asningion tor tae immeui
. which they believe rlgnt J and consequently a- 1 ate transportation of all the troops now station
f -! -
gkint:!XoyvcoU7n-;gainst the increase of ed on the Eastern Division to the seat of war
Etecuiive i)ower-4Excutive dictation and a. on the Uio Grande. Letters from Washington
gainst Eiculiyetfncro)achmenti upon the liber,
lies of the Ieople. i Secondly : Because the
;MercbaW'can't biiy gls and sell them at such
pricrs til rtifirn the ,pjredtctias of British free
trade ri about ihe golden harvest we tiro to have
under i ,thj workings jof tho Locofuco Tariff,
Mrv Cameron, a democratic Senator in
.it i.- ii
Congfeis from Pennsylvania, said jvas the on
7jf 'TariflTlJin, evei passed by an American Con
crcii, iwhich! discriminated against American
loborf m ry .: T
; But the ma.njo)jec' of this ttrado of abuse,
1 helie.vej it to injure hem on account of their
devoted atlacbrnent to Whig Principles, and he.
cause ihjir in?ucnce las been felt more than
once, In fccrUin quarter, quite pok'erfully. 1
pp?ar nM asthejadvcate of sucli an honora.
' We and Utefuj clUs i it our Town, but take the
Merty:of sayirig (bis much in their defence, as
I belieye thettj, to Jhav been abused and villi
Eed in he last, Farmejrs' Journal, i nnecessari.
fr,!aiid,Pr selfuh turiioses. I knokv those at a
distance acquainted with the Merchants of Sal
'UbuTv, will ibav
published In the
also state that orders are to be transmitted to
tho Gulf for the taking of Tampico.
3aine Election. -Ketirns from 290 towns
?hov the following results : Bronson, Whig,
29.356V; Dank, Loco, 34,330 ; alt others 9,750.
Majority against Dana, 4,780, Majority Tast
year iit the same towns for . Anderson, Locofo
co, 1,094. Nett democratic loss, 5,374. Lin.
coin has elected 11 Whiffs, making the House
stand 41 Wbts and 44 democrats.
Flour, (per bbl.)
SALISBURY, OCrr. 9, 1846.
00 a 37i Linseed Oil, 75 a 80
H a 9 : 7 Molasses,!
25 a 00 (Nails.
10 a 12 Oats,
22 a 00 Irish Potatoes.
6 a 7
75 a 80
8 a 10
35 a 00
25 a 00
00 a 4
3 a 5
35 a 40
t a 6
20 a 25
30 a 35
40 a 00
j 7 a 11
2 a 3
65 a 70
40 a 50
Candles, F. F-,
Vote for Cr0vernor. e learn from the Re
gister, that official returns of the vote for Gov.
ernor have been received-at the State Depart
ment from all the counties.
the result :
For Graham, (Whig)
i r a
regard to what has been
Ofgan of democracy here, and
vtrut nojone !else ill feel the leakt hesitancy
in cnmlng to trade or pay cash for such articles
j - i - -, " . . a it--.
as ihey Want. i have alt along thought it was
the pride ofour citizens! to encoiirige and in.
creascrtbe trade of our town-; but it appears I
ata rnlilakenf ahd that LocofocoisirL true to the
dcflntclive and fee2hprincipletwhich gov.
eta It in othe'r potlTous of the Union, is just be.
6jnn,n$ to deveope itself in its proper ch a rac
tcr in oilh jirilina. J So far as iiur informia.
lion goes, all lbe hoiaonous sbafis larown at the
Wiigs ofS.tljilitry, have fallen stillborn.
And I do jioiu)jlrtt jhejrii is a man in the coun.
vfhii voted tjtcWig ticket at (lie last elec
tion, tfiatirfgrftaj!itj how. Thit j'atardly at.
tempt in crt ate Jutret and dislike towards a cer
tai class jjn ocityias'een mad a before and
signa(ly failed i ind 'fvhije tho authbrs of it have
3,153 ; and
The following is
00 30 Slron.
00 a 25 ) Molasses,
9. a 10 (Oats,
8 a 10 j Nails, (cut,)
7 a 7 Sugar, (brown,)
50 a 60 Salt, (bushel,)
13 a 15 (Do., (sack,)
5 a 5) Wheat,
26 a 28 Whiskey,
5 a 5J) Beeswax,
60 a 70 ( Rags,
I 4A a 5
24 a 28
30 a 35
8 a 10
50 a 60
31 a 2
90 a 95
23 a 25
24 a 25
1J a 2
1 : :;' : iFor Sate.
BY 6rder of the Court of Equity held for Stanly coon- !
ty, Fall Term 1846, will be sold by the Clerk and i
master on tne Jd day ot November next, at the late resi
dence of John Parker dee'd, a lot of
of Land, whereon is the valuable and
well known GOLD MINE,
nown as the PARKER MINE, with several veins now
open arid worked to some extent. Also, one other Tract
adjoining, well improved, with all necessary buildings
and open land sutncient to work eigbt or ten bands, most
ly tresh land. The tract contains
also, another TRACT of 170 ACRES, adjoining the
same unimproved. Also one other TRACT of
i f 1 500 ACRES ,
Jying on both sides of the road from Salisbury to Cheraw.
and on Deep creek, well improved. Two other tracts
;on Mountain creek, supposed to be
' 75 ACRES in one and 50 in the other.
TERMS OF SALE. Twelve and eighteen months
credjt ;-bond and good security will be required.
Sept. 29, 1846 3w23 Printers fee $5 00
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
FOR SALE !
i WISI,IN0 70 REMOVE FROM t::
-j TT oflerahia
Jlrn.Jl'-.'!! i.: HOUSE AND FURM'i V
7 ""WIWIIW lllBl IMUIlOl
tau to please. Among my stock may be found the fol
lowing, viz : - !
Best French and American Quinine,
r.xv Puinni w . 1 . . ..
. -l r ..
niTc now m cnincr oi ;cuinz one cl t
ABLE STANDS they could wish f.r.
Castor Oil, (fresh.)
Snuffs, (all kinds,)
Pms. Blue, ;
Venecian ReJ, j i
lamp Black. , i
j Potty and Rlasa, ;
! Verdigris, (dry and in oil,)
; Gold Foil,
Chemical and Surgical Instruments.
J. H. enNiss.
Sept. 18. 1846 21:tf
considerable improvement in the H0fiT, ;
i N1TUREIS MOSTLY NEW aul a a t
PAIR. I am warranted in sarin? to : ? ;
' by mrict attention, the HOUSE wl ji.Js
some income'. Daring the time I have k :
! lisbinent, it has been extensively patrca i '
travelling and country cuftora. Th3 I?
I known from North to Soatb, having Let I.
. tel for a great many years. .Those wl-i
ney now have an opportunity in purti...-.
' likhraent.I would advise them to ceme tr. i
. intend to sell and will give a bargain..
maae easy to sait the Umea. Letieraa
this subject will be attended to in do ri .
' JAME.-5 L t.
SalLshnry February 4, 1846 tf 41 i
LAUDS FOR SL
BY order of the Court of Equity, I will expose to
on Tuesday of our November County Court, (being the
o.j j-.. .r .i n.u tr.... !
Two years ago, Graham's majority wat only
iMr. Clay's! majoriiy was but 3,945.
CHERAW, OCT. 6, 1846.
9 a 10 I Leather, (sole) i 20 a 25
Molasses, N. O.)!
Nails, (cut assort.)
Oil, (Sperm) 1 12$ a 1 25
luce, i a 5
Sugar, (brown) j 8 a 11
Do.. floaH 15 a 17
a 10 X Salt, (sack) 1 62 a 1 75
5 a 6i;;Tobacco, i 8a 10
22 a 24
16 a 18
15 a 16
8 a 10
9 a 11
6$ a 9
80 a 1 00
li a 5
25 a 32
8 a 10
45 a 50
M0 a 45
6 a 6j:
in the Town of Salisbury, the property of the late John
Giles, to wit : the LOT whereon his p welling House
now stands, and the lot adjoining, also the fraction of a
lot between the lots of Mrs. West and Mrs. Hampton,
lying in the great North square m the plan of the town
of Salisbury. Also, the
LANDS FOR SAIiS.
sfSaL X) Y order of the Court of lEquiry for the
J3 county of Rowan, the Cerk and Mas
ter will offer at public sale, on tbe premises.
on Saturday ihe 17th day of Octoter next.
a "t ract ot Land containing '
belonging the George, E. Douglas, formerly owned by
James Ellis, and allotted to Mary Douglas, deceased as
one of his devisees, adjoining the lands of John W. El
lis and others, in the county of Davidson. A credit of
six months will be given ; bond and approved security
will be required on the 4ay cf sale.
A. IL CALDWELL, c m. e.
Sept. 25, 1846 4wl7 Printers fee 84 00
rQsJ CCD rZCC XL
-Jf "ST ITT? RIT A NT tn s tW,.. .
32 BqoJ. h Clerk and M ,
the Cocrt-Houe i i Sa1. bu" .
,,1 ' ovember.next, (It bein g M .
an County Court,) two j
TRACTS OP l: .
separately, belonging to'Jeremiah Brow,
ing the lands of John Wice, Wiaci W
Trexler and others, each containing i
I. WILL sell on Tuesday the 20th day of October next,
at tbe late residence of Lucy Journey, deceased, ori
Hunting Creek, near Hampton ville, all the personal pro-
i perty of the estate of said deceased, consisting of
EIGHT LIKELY AND VALUABLE
( A credit of twelve months will be al!o-. .
! with approved security for tbe purtlu. r i .
i on the day of sale 1 : i
A. II. CALDWELL..
Sept. 25. 1940 6w21Pijntc rs
NBWi PI III
- - I
. JnU Received
FALL AND ."WINTER I FA:
For 1846 k .'47.
Netsslfrom Yucatan. The brig Ellen, at
in 27 days from Sisal, confirms
at Yucatan had sent in its adhesion
the report th
to Santa Anna. The Neiv York Sun says :
a M l)rmal act to thills effect passed in Con.
gress-iat Merida, on the 27th of August, and
was signed jhy Governor Barbechano. Yuca
tan, is there ore, re. annexed to Mexico, and her
flag will no longer be respected by the helHg.
erent lorces of the Uniled States. The brig
El!en:came into port under the flag of Yucatan,
which was respected by ur authorities. Ame
ricantvesse s were permitted to load and unload
at Sisal and Campeacby, but tbe State having
throw.n nfl ts neutrality, this trade may be con
siderod as at an end.'l ; i j
whereon the stables of the said John Giles are situated,
the two Lots adjoining thereto, all on the said great north
square, i Also, Lots No.
and No. 47, 43 ; also, a small slip of land adjoining No.
48 and 68, and 76, Steele's line and Crosses line as for
merly called ; all lying in the creat north square. One
half of Lot No. 5, in the great east square of said town,
betweeri the Lots of ,W. H. Smith and Henry Smith.
Said lota will be sold in different parcels, to suit purcha-
ilid tipoiij the shelfj those assail.
r i i - .1
f !:. i v - i l z i -1 -
ed io uhwatitotiln qavo gone on increasing their
buiineM, consrqoent tipin the extensive patron-
w3f g.lrn a,tbmtby ine very peple, whom
!annacy: would persuade to stay away.
ise ftper,?:&c. 'All; . .' j.
THANKSGlVINGl AND PRAYER.
' Tbe Ratcigb Standard, (says th s Peterslwrg
.Iotejliencer,) laes G(?vernor Gnham to task
lor not appointing a day for Thanksgiving and
. This pioui fellow's mamma cer ainl v cannot
know ha it out, jir she Would send
and ring him irtrsM?n if not t
out the bell
r too whence
oeini know ttutiiie lis in very
. - , r.M'wahd Irom a quarte
1 HuVymM I M, mmi, the C0Un
lrX w 'c, wourn over the death of Gen.
t m. 1 LI . i
lUrnion. MrJ Tyler. CAiUA
SICKNESS OF THE SEASON. !
The present has been one of the most
sickly seHpons everjknown in North Car
olina', It has progressed iadefiance of till
local causes, and progressed from the
seaboard (o the; mduntains. It is remark
able tliat jWilmingon should have been
much lessl affected It han other parts of ihe
State. Tjhe pine country in the lower part
of the State is saidUtlso to have been ex
empted in a considerable degree. The
diseases prevailing are the fever and a
gue.jthe old fashioned bullous and in
some' cases congestive fever, and what is
called by some thei;M cold plague.'
The present has been the most sickly
season sitjee 1838 throughout the whole
western parts of the United States. In
Illinois, especially, has sickness generally
prevailed. The diseases there arc scarce
ly ever fatal ; but! whole neighborhoods
are frequently so disabled that there are
not enough well ones to take care of ihe
sicki Wilmington Commercials
rreiJenti'byiMr; Ritchie; anooi Lted a dv ,S
, , v m' -. i , fCcovint of
erpttement. fio looner had the
peaed tban all the Uepublica
.wy. all M '09 land '99 Woo
! f ' . il I
be Enquirer, then
Hfchie,came put wttb an article
in wblcb there! was1 the' following
; I rltiis true that the aclinff President nas nni
Uthr-d to hi Proclamation thb seal of ihe
rLrilcd Slates, nor the attestation of biiSecre-
of Mr. Ritch.
dhd by Mr.
on the subject
Jr7 ; .and that lie adopts the rnoro 'persuasive
term of f a recommendation,' k the people of
!W UnUad.RtnUit,..i t-:..LMf
v VUI H, 19 (l,u liUCt iUilk IUI3
Fc,; l K W lte 6irect of a Proclamation,
one, therefore, we controvert ihe. propriety
. t . ' uii iuo urounas lanen n ina
. ' . . t t r - i
Sickness of the season. The !v.hole mid
dle sectiojn of the Union, comprising both
the Eastern and Western States, has been
visited this summer and autumn with an
unusual rirevalence of various types of bil-
lious disease. The Petersburg Intelizen-
cer says: ; !' M I
MThe Vholeof Virginia east of theBliie
Ridge has this year been more! subject to
chills antj fevers than at any other period
within the f memory of. man. There is
scarcely a family yithin a circuit of fifty
miles arojund Petersburg that has not had
one or more of its inmates down' with
this niostjannoying of diseases. In some
counues,we hear, the tobacco crop j has
or the want of the proper atten-
lion- the negroes being sick With ague
DO inf. lii.
.' JP it .1 r.
,ui me otanaani
ilT.Wtt-YW make bii
on Will cive
J i I " . T : ufe ni so
: AGood, Reason.
iip'a dig In the
A fe w days since tho grand
jurjUgnofcdja bill igainsf a huge, negro Kir
stealing chickens, and before discbargingf birt
frotn eustody Ibe judge bade birn siand up and
day only. JJoors ope
at 1 o'clock P. M. Admittance 50 cts : . Chil
dren and servants half price.
W. LOU NT. Agent.
Salisbury, Oct. 9. 1846 3w24
State ot Jiovtlv eavoUua,
Iredell County, Court of Plea and Quarter Sessions.
August Term, 1846.
David M. Stevenson r. Langdon Ellis.
Attachment levied on 176 Acres of Land.
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the
JL defendant, Langdon Ellis, is not on inhabitant of this
State : It is therefore ordered by the Court that publica
tion be made in the Carolina Watchman for thej spaceL;of
- - . 1 i -e ' -i r 1 V
six successive weeas, noniying ine oeienaani o appear
at our next Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be
held for the county of Iredell, at the courthouse in Staff s
ville, on the 3d monday of November next, then and there
to replevy or plead to issue, or judgment final will be ren
i dered against him and the land levied on, be condemned
: and sold to satisfy plaintiffs claim,- : Witness, j. F. Al
exander, clerk of our said court at office, the 28th day of
Sept. 1846 J F. ALEXANDER, Clk
6ic23 jPr..er ee: $5 50 j !
State of ilovtn avoUua,
Iredell County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
August Term, J846. j
A. C. Mcintosh vs. Wilson Lackey,!.
Original Attachment levied on 120 Acres of land.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that ithe
'defendant, Wilson Lackey, is not an inhabitant! of
this State:! It is therefore ordered by the court that pub
lication be made in the Carolina Watchman for six weeks,
notifying the defendant to appear at our next court of
pleas and quarter sessions, to be held for the county of
Iredell, at the courthouse in Statesville.on the 3d mpn-
.day of November next, then and there replevy or plead
to issue, or judgment final will be rendered against him,
and the land levied on, be condemned and sold to satisfy
the plaintiffs claim. Witness, J. F Alexander, clerS. of
our said cobrt at office, in Statesvillei this the 28th Sept.,
1846. J.F. ALEXANDER, Clk.
6to23 Printers fee $5 50 j j) j 1
AIIST of Letters remaining in the Post Office,
at Salisbury, October 1st, 1&46. ; 1
Col. D.l Austin ; Alex. Agner ; Col. W. F.! Alston ;
James A. Barr ; Mary Brown ; Lewis Beard ; John Bos
tian ; Marjin Barger ; James Baker; Mrs. Elia Buffle;
Clary Brown ; Miss Ellen Ballard ; F. Baker ; John W.
Bogle ; DrR. R. Bogle ; James Burk ; John Clary ; A.
H. Cress ; Burton Craige.; Anthony Cozort George !V.
Conley ; Pwer Eller ; Anderson ! Ejilis ; Henry Fisher ;
James G. Fleming ; Mrs. Lilly Fogersom ; James II.
Gheen ; T C Graharrt,; Andrew Gray ; S. Garland ;
Daniel Green ; Martin Grogan, Esq. ; Jacob Holtshous
er ; Richard Harris; Esq. ; Frederick Holtsboaser F.
M. Henderson ; John Haitman ; Jacob Hill ; Col. Jas.
Jameson ; Mary Jacobs ; Richmond D. Krider ; Wm.
Lomax Sandy Lethco ; Wm. Lucas ; Sam. WjMoore ;
John Magte; Win; Miller; Davjd Martin; Miss L.
Montgomery ; MtssY. E. Nutallj; ! Judge Pearson ;C.
L. Parte ; Michael 'Philhour ; Rev. S. Rothrock ; W.
C. Randolph ; Mr. Ribelin-, Samuel Ribelin ; WmjA.
Rodger ; Mrs. Sarah Rice ; Levi Steele ; J. B. Stim
maas ; James Smith ; John H. Suter ; Wm. Shrivrr ;
James Sillirnan ; Miss Mary Shaver ; James Sloan ;
Wilsonfles; Mr. Tarrh ; G. 0.fTarrh; G. Trots ;
Edmun. "olentine ; Richard Walton ; Jacob Wilhefai ;
Henry brvyinders ; J. L. Williarns; Mrs. R. Walla;
John Walton ; Frederick Warner Mrs. Peggy Wood ;
Solomon Yung. Bf JULIAN, P. Ml.
j SaHsbury Oct. 1.18463w23 j - . - j f
ij AGOOD MILCH COW. j j
ili ANY person having a good Milch ! Cow,
yielding nbt lesst than 8 quarts of milk pediy,
THE LARGEST and MOST EXTENSIVE
COMPANY IN .TH Ri WORLD-
'V ,1JU " -miw.. ... u.,.Sim.,,w.iii.uSj John Ulary and the heirs of one Beaver, valuable for its
23d instant, Pr one day only. Doors open timber. A credit of 12 months will be given ; bond and
good security required ot purchasers
A. II. CALDWELL, c m. e.
Oct; 2, 1846 5 w23 Printers fee $7 00
i ' i I ,
State of SLovtti GaroUua,
In Equity Fall Term, 1 8 1G.
John Lentz and wife ts. Simeon Hilick, Solomon Hilick,
Peter Peck and wife, James Cameron and wife and Chris
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Sol
omon Hilick, one of the defendants is not an inhabi
tant of this State : It is ordered that publication be made
in the Carolina Watchman, that the said Solomon Hi
lick be and appear at the next Court of Equity to be held
for thd county of Rowan, at the courthouse in Salisbury,
among them is one boy who is an excellent Wagon Ma
ker by trade two plough boys, nearly grown ; one young
woman, two grown girls, and two small boys. The wo
man and girls are Good Cooks, they use the nee
dle expertly as well as the hoe.
ALSO, SEVERAL HEAD OF HORSES,
Cattle, Hogs and Sherp ;
CORN,1 WHEAT, Rye,!
& i r.Afrnn
kj. i o ana l uijulk :
one road Wagon and "gearing, farming utenils, all the
household and kitchen furniture, with other articles too
tedious to mention. Terms made known on the day of
sale. By W. F. COWAtf, Ex'r.
September 9th, 1816.
C. N. PRICE & J. Mj Ki:
HAVING associated themselves to - - r
pose of carrying on the Tailurmr !
its various branches in Concord, are re
old and new frienda with
Fashionable CoUIng and laakl::? cf
not to be surpaaedby any, in the sarro .
Tbey are capable of pleasing all lvi i . )
with a call ; and only ask trial, fee!."
cannot be pleased elsewhere on betjer t ;:
N. B. We have in our employ a Ci.:-.' r
man who cannot be surpassed either N r
Concord, Sept. 23, lCtf21 I
I will also sell at the same time and place, one Tract
of Land, (about 120 acres,) belonging to th4 estate of
A. Begarly, dee'd., adjoining Perceval Campbell, Jr.,
called the Buck Shoal tract. Terras made known on
day of sale. W. F. COWAN, Ex'r.
Sept. 9, 1846 21:5t
ate of anffimflg
PI! HE Subscriber as Executor of Nathaniel Journey,
JL dee'd., will offer for sale on the premises, on
Tuesday, 20th October next,
the Tract of Land on which tbe said Journey formerly
lived, on Hunting Creeks in Iredell and Surry counties,
three miles south of Hamptonville, containing about
on the;3d monday after the 4th monday in February next is productive, the buildings ar a comfortable
then and there to plead, answer or demur to the bill of ...
" villus v " j r J ' o
WE will offer for sale on the pre n-. i
bidder on Tuesday the 2Uih of :
r AT IT AUTP VT. A VT i 7
known as the Robert Ilagstins ncf . b '
watew of Coddle creek, joining the.'San I
ison and others, containing
500 Acre of Lai: !.
The plantation has on it a fine dwe...
other necessary buildings. Terms nade
thedayofsale Wc 1 1 -M
xrt fylert J:
complaint preferred against him and others by John Lentz
and wife, or the same will be heard exparte as to him, and
judgment be rendered pro confesso.
A. H. CALDWELL, c. m. e.
Oct. 2, 1846 6w23 Printers fee 85 50
Lands and Mills to be Sold.
BY order of the Court of Equity for Rowan county,
the Clerk and Master will offer at public sale on the
premises, on Saturday the 31st October next,
ONE TRACT OF LAND,
lying in Rowan county, adjoining the lands of. Michael
Coriher, John Deal and others containing about
Two hundred and thirty-nine Acres,
also one other tract called the Mill Tract, on Irish Buffa
lo 'creek, containing about
i One hundred and thirty -five Acres,
adjoining the lands of Allen Rose and others. - Abo, the
remainder in a tract ot about
! ONE HUNDRED A CRES,
adjoining the mill tract, which is now occupied by Mar
garet Penny, and in which she has a life estate. All
said4ands belong to the heirs at law of John Eddleman,
dee'd. 'A credit of twelve months will be allowed ; and
bonds with approved security for the purchase money re
quired On the day of sale.
i A. IL CALDWELL, c. m. e.
Sept, 25, 1846 6w2I -Printers fee $5 50
.; CHOCOLATE! -
JUSH received a supply of fresh chocolate of superi
or quality J. H. ENNISS.
and several other buildings, mostly new
One-fifth cash, the balance in twelve months, by giv
ing bond and approved security. There will be no title
made until the whole of the purchase money is paid.
Any person wishing to settle in a healthy neighborhood,
and where there is good society can now have an op
portunity of doing so, '. The land can be seen by apply
ing to the Subscriber, or to Mr. John Reese, who has
charge of the farm at this time.'.
I A. B. BLACKBURN, Err.
Sept. 9th 1846V21:5t
LOOK AT THIS.
Sept. 4, 1846 7wl9
LENOIR FEMALE J AC A
THIS Instution has concladed i f. : t
the most encouraging pro?fvi is. 1
sion will commence on Mondaj. Ac
course onnstrnction will embrace ill tl.? 1
ly taught in tbe first Female AcaJf m . s. f
ed that at thia season of the jeti it cf!
vantages. Terms 6 nd fjV) f :
classes. Ittusic on the Piano or C ;
docedto815. PaintiiiS nd I'rt
Worsted Work. 8 N J
sence, tho pnpila are charged from the t
It ia expected w engage a compeu nt
Lenoir, Aug. 5th, 184C 16
THE CONCORD COTTON F
WE now have on band a lar t'.
Yuta & Doxcmcs. AIm. ever
of heavy 44 inch
COTTON B2LGG :
a very superior article, which we w2! 1 1-
tnina ot me aona uui tu w
..L. v p Mtiii::i:.
Concord. N. C. Mr 85. IMS -pH :i
Sports of the T
THERE will be a Match Rcr, :
mile, come off over tbe Sa!uw jry '
THE Subscriber takes this method of informing his
friends and the public, that he still continues to
carry on the Ooot and Shoe flaking Bu
siness opposite J. & w- Murphy s store, and that
he has on hand a very large and fine assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES;
which are not to be surpassed by any thop in. this part
of the country. He also has on hand a large assort
ment of Ktgro anoes, maae ot tne oest rraiertats, wn.c , fn t Amttiezr. L
he will sell lowerfor cash orto punctual dealers on a short ; & J Rowteu, We would fir:! ..
credit, than tbey have ever before been offered in this wbatever can enter in thii r ,
market. : ' $500 entrance, as tbe race will be kj t c .
MOSES L. BKO.V .N. J. .w- 17A tVt .two davs orev
R JACOB LEFLEK. " T..T" "i". .j . inirf
Salisbury, July 3, 1846 lOtf ?
19th Oct. next, for tidOU a aide, t?:
West, of Borke, and Wm-S. NV:: .. - r.
t. fnS R Wm) ntrr hid Srrc! r
years old, by Haywood, be by im;tn. J
horse. Nornient erttri
the same will be closed.
Salisbury, August 21, 1846 tf 17
TRAIN OIL !
ON hand several barrels of Tanners Oil, which I will
sell low. . H. ENNISS.
Salisbury, August 21, 1846 tf 17
!! BRANDY AND WINES.
1HAVE tbe best article of French Brandy and" Port
and Maderia Wines for sale. J U EN NISS.
. gept 18, 1846-r2l:tf
a i in
At Wheeler' Old Stand,
WINES, SPIRITS, TriAo, ontw,
SNUFFS, Cigars. Tebacco, Soaps, Candles, Fruits,
Note. Soda and Batter Crackers, Brushes. Paints,
Dyestnffii, and a spleneid assortment i
Kdies ind gentlemen J SODA WATER th choice
cvp pps on draft. Physicians prescriptions put up with
Sept. 11,1846 2.et
Tion Cash, will be sold very low
JO 50 bbls. rectified old Whiskey, r ' .nH medToes delivered at all hours of ike day and
heeler's old stand, by 1 T Tbc aboTe be sold cheap for cash.
L Salisbury . Jane 12. 1846 tf f i j ;
! ; NdXlCE, ; .; :....
IS hereby given thai application will be mtie w the
. General Assembly1 ari its next session for ichrt"1
b granted to an incorporated Company . to Po atw
navieate tbe Yadkhv Ever, from Wlkwfcog. w tbe
Hreo Smokiug Tobacco. '
g'jfg LBS of this superior smoking Tobacco, for
OUUaaleby f J. IL ENNISS.
I ' Salisburt.August2UmGt(n
CANDLES ! .
, . .. -, ...... uiiv, .I.IVIV ivuiiuiaiiu, yRconr fn B.i im.imivtmi wafltf t a iir' npr nviir nn rn. - w tns .ft. a..j a j.M.n.inAosnfiiM tar l
up-a! hh ni; 1 bw fibjerkt timUct b warn v iVkMWri- vli tV4iiro - v ' ' 3 w V'S.'k 1 &llAiirv..Auust 21. lSlo-tflT- . I-'V' ; September 14, 1846 ff-I, i , . i ; ,
"A FRESH SUPPLY CF TIIS S1V
QUININE ! QUO i:;
A OUNCES of French and A r:
OU received, best article ever o:r J j
Safisbory, Septetnbef4, 1816 lj
Dr. c. n. vovh:
HAVING returned to Sill -.ty,
permanently, ofiert bij Profea Ji-or ;
the duties of fct. profession, Ly r
ance'ol tbe confidence hereto r :
' OfSce.Jn Wests trie l
Drown & Maxwell ftoie, . r. -r
br Dr. KiUian nd Powe.
J April 2, lB4G- tf49
ALL KINDS OF. IiL.'. N
Neat) printed and fcr aale:.. :.