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r :..W : '; MANURES,
H Tho Rotton lrancriptMPi tfe speech
?of the Hon. P. Wilder at the last Lrfcisla-
jivo Agricultural meeting. Mr. Wilder
' a.iul v had made some experiments with
; manures, fomn of which he would relate.
i Ho did not wish to be unuicrsioou uiai
! ho undervalued stable or barnyard ma
nure, but such -as was purchased from the.
! Stables of the city, by the cord, when dc
'briyed of strow or decomposed, was in re-,
'ality only half or three fourths of a cord.
' .!-'Tq obtain a real; solid cord of manure.
Icqqal ill qualiiy, and at Iras price had
I jWilb hirn been a reat desideralum. and
t lwiliivl lio find iitnrftti-A w makiriT
tl "n comnojst of meadow muck cirushed bones
nnd leached ashes, in the following pro-
- ? i i , -
Ilerbary U Highgate r;:Grtmtone
planted bis peas on I beth pt;Jupi 84f
in a pot filled wilh an artificial mould re
Bembling as nearlyas: possible, jhe jajlu
vml soil of Egypt, an4 placed U ;ifla: t
bed, under glass, where, howeveri Ihere
was nut a moderate neau;; Aitef grem
answer1 is admirfiblyfgi verity! 0e able p. (JoaCli 4llU CaiTiage IflaKlIig
port of tpe llommmce on me siaie iq me
Order) wbicRl will be found 'jn ajnothjef
place. Here, lrbthere. is an excellpnt op
portunity for . a general onsiaugni on toe
minions of alcohol. l Will you improve it t
rnrA Mr HrimunnP. kt thfilend of thirty ! Let a response of approval come up from
days, was amply rewarded by one of the coast, valley, hili top, and pl4in,jn such
peas coming up. In 4he nejjt year,$815, j tones of thunder s to shatter thenfamous
-.t i ,.c ,Kt rrnih wfirt ntnnipd at i IJpnsfi Svstpm toi its foundation, and
once in thc-pn ground, ajid succieded place the murderous Liqdor hl rapepn a
completely. Surequentlyl at ai meeting j position to receive the weji mented ; exe.
One cord of memlow-muck having been I i -Wrinp, and ;ssue fr0m ,he sides of
TE copawnerehipof WixherepoontPntcharr5t Co.
bavin been cftssoWed by triotua! consent, lbe bu
siness Will hereafter be conducted under the name of
PRITClI IPtD, R0SEB0R0UGU,& Co.
In losing Mr. . A. Witherspoon, we have lost a geoile
man and an agreeable copartner, but we trust have not
lost that principle that should actuate honest men in the
transaction of bAsinesa, and ia offering ourselves to the
Pea, which he illustrated with dried por- i public meetings were held irt Otncmnair ; r pp ni? ir it-ivh THTmVFSS
tioiis of the nlanf, the blossoms, and grain, I during the week the iNaiionai. division kjiililiuwu -uv. '
asjwelLas drawings. Thp blos&orfis do
not resemble wings of butterflies, as the
blpssoms of all the other knpwa species of
cic.tr do. but are bell shaped, white! with
nrUh. Srro-Kfrvntian Societv in London. ' cration of all lovers oi truth and virtue.
'thft! Milmmv I Public 3ceiri-Severa1 i interesting
was in session, !
On Wednesday afternoon, May
i pledge ourselves for the faithful performance of our en-
16. a elements. We have no disposinon to pott our estaD-
v ifriirif.xir.Yinn sit siirHfifi irfif vii
' 'r,u ..... ..v.... w. .... .. . ....... - , s,,jjkg ,n dusters oi lromfiour io?eigni
V leaJt one vear, j 8 -J j blooms. . The pods protrude, through t he
; Twelve bushels h-ached ashes 20 , b,sonvfn the shape Df aicapital 8, and
;. . bushels crushed bones, - 1 0 , as!pach ,anl producesseveVal stalks; with
Total cost Per cord. 81
;f fThe bones and ashes were mixed to
'clhcr while the latter were in a damp
;. IplUlG niJ Ilrll ll llliri.Hlll imu inn"-"
thlack these were incornrated with the.
ifTitadow.muck. In this condijtibn the. mass
fhpuld remain' until heat is generated
'jagain, wheii it will be fit for se. i
. f Ho had found this compost equal to any
Stable manure for root crop, grass, land,
sometimes upwards of alhundredj pods,
- .each containing from six fp ten peas, the
"mtimrnv pea is proportionately no less
prolific than the famous Egyptian wheat,
which was praised as a wonder ty the
art-dent Greeks and IiomarS. The Egyp
tian pear is of the dwarf Kind, Watfts no
sticks ftjr clitnbipg up, acid in its 'exterior
m)St resembles the scimitar or marrowfat
pea. It is said to surpass in taste and co-
! lour every other species of the fea.f
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
'Wt fisvt Un hand an1 fir .'t:. a
- .una vjnu
IVWIHg nun, iw tv n ii
Administrator's Tends. '
Hail (State case)
Bil (Civil )
Prosecution . "
i 'gardening purposes generally, and for fruit
I Jtrees. For the last two years, he had mix.
- Vied his table manure with the compost,
JCand also had added to it one-eighth part in
,i)ib)ilk of fine refuse charcoal from the de
? lpotS'brvenders This can be purchased
J; fi ve dollars the cord, delivered, and
J. redoes hot much increase the cost above
jriamed. ' j J
J 1; Mr. Wilder saPd, that since Lieblg first
From the SpitiL of Ihe Jlge.
NATIONAL DIVISION. r
The sixth Annual session of tfje INfatibn-
ali Division of the Sons of; Tempei-ance,,
commenceu us session in v-ncinuau, on
tlie 15th ultimo, and is described by the
Editor of the New York (rgan wJioSvas
pfesent, as being fully equl to anyjformer
session, ;or worm. eloquence ana pracucai
...(Promulgated Ins opinion as to the won- j intelligence and as comparing Jfivora
. , lUcriui inuuence oi cnarcoai in rooung cut- ,y .with any
tings of plants, and as a component part
j j, of sbils experiments havp been making
vcriyingiis imponance. ue aisomiorms
us, that the volatile gas whicharises from
our stables and manure heaps, and de
scends in the rain and snow, and which
We call ammonia, i the great fertilizer of
th eartb. To secure this subtle element.
f Mr.V. Jias1 ivdded charcoal to' his com
post heaps, and as he thought with great
ndvahtng. j Jt is very durable if not in
destructable ; a substance: of great poros
ity, and jwc are told, he said by 'chemists,
Iha'it will absorb 00 per cent, of its bulk
at ammomti) but its beneficial effects are
supposed to arise frorrf its pawer of retain
incr, this volatile cas, and yieldinc: it up as
i it isj washei out by rains, or a the vifaj
jorce oi i t tic root searched lor tood, lie
did 'not consider it a fertilizer in itself, but
thai lt;was a medium of administering
.nourishment, having used; it with good
i success j for greenhouse plants for many
yenirs i ,
' Mr. Wilder said the compost (with the
chrcoa and stable manure combined)
j vas thoi be$t he had evc.r useT as a p:en
vcral rnnnure. On fruit trees its effects
I xvcrc remarkable.
; In thospring of 1817, he planted a
$qqare in tli nursery with Imported' trees
I'jvero froin four to five feet in height, and
;tiil(iough it is not usual for frees to make
large growth the first yearthey acquir-
eJt branches of three to four feet, and
were sp handsome am to command 81 25
each foV a row of fifiy trees, without any
f elect ion. .
In June ast which is very late to see
put tree?, he pretmtcd another square on
deliberative! body, he had
cier seen. r 1 ,f
; The Constitution of Subordinate! Divi
sions was altered as follows : Art. 6, Sec.
2, relative to weekly benefits, the words
'three dollars" were stricken out, and
one dollar" inserted, and the following
clause added to the section : ".Neverthe
less, this Division may suspend benefits
by a two-third vote of the members pre
sent at a regular meetingT-aflertwo week's
previous notice of such action. Art. 9,
Sec. 3, was amended so fas read-' No
brother .stTall be eligible o the ofjice of
V 1m W. A. or Treasurer, who isjunder
21 )cars of age. The minimum of weekly
duesvas fixed at five cents, for cbnven
xience. ' ' . '
t i With i regard to the change in th bene
fit feature, reducing it frofn $3, to 81, we
have" received complaints from Jsever-
jivistons; out we inintc mere- is no
need for it, as the changeonly atlects the
miiiiinuMi of benefits, the Constitution be
ing made to read that thelweekly Uenefits
shall not be c.s than $1. The Divisions
have a right to rivake them as much more
as they may see proper. SIf we are right
In this, (and wo have not; a iloubt about
jt) the dissatislaction i we, have hoaids ex
pressed must vanish, as the alteration can-
jio't affect only those Divisions who choose
social meeting of Sons M Danshe rs ! VZ'
Was held at r OSler Hall. A he Urand Un- public favor. ) We are thankful for that already received,
ion Of Ohio, in regalia, enfered, iq'proces- Land would advise our friends amLthe pubiic-to take care
Sion. Sprightly addresses Were delivered 1. and where hey have the most confiJence-
, 7 r i (V i L,' i fbept treated, and gpt the best job for their money. Oar
by brothers from dMerent sections and work8hall!notbe inferiortoany in this partof the world.
an hour was spent pleasantly and profita- fpTCHARD, ROSEBOROUGH &. Co.
bJy. -i . ' . Mocksville.N. C , Jan. .11, 1849. tf36
In the evening, the National Division, The undersigned havin? been connected with the a -.u
r i rv 4 r ,.A TXm ' bove estaWishtnent from its commencement in Mocks
the Grand Division and the Grand 1 em- ; ... .. , r,,.,ntU. anH havin(T a knowledge of the
pie of Ohio, and qtfite an army of Cadets, qalifications'iof the gentlemen in charge, can assure
marched through the Streets, With ban- ' the public thai they are prepared with good workmen
ners and stirring music, to the Melodeon. 1 rmtenal3can execate in 33 Jtf aosf
, . . r i - ' heretoiore, and cheerfully recommend them as worthy of
On arriving we found an immense con- pubiic patronde. :
course of people assembled. The hall we . j- I. A. WITFIERSPOON,
were told would seat 2,500. ; EverJT seat I H. REYNOLDS.
every window everv standing spot ! b - rir
was occupied with ladiesjand gentlemen. ErCl.XHS Xt LD TS7 13
The Next Session,--lt was unanimous- j
ly resolved to hold the iseventh annual Saddle, Harness and Trunk
session at Boston,on the sepond Tuesday of 3
June, 1850. The eighth session will pro
bably be held at Louisville, Ky,, or Nash
ville, Tenn. . , j
j Effect of the Session. Though the sixth
annual session of the National Division
opened amid gloom and disappointment,
its close was joyful and satisfactory. All
were gratified with the pleasing inter
views it afforded, and the progress of our
reform, as "indicated by the advanced Sen
timent and glowing reports of brothers
from all sect ions. At its close, as our uni
versally esteemed M. W Chjalain, Rev.
F. P. Scruggs, with impressive veneration
eloquently thanked Almighty God that
the members had been preserved from a,c-
Forbindin? free rwgroea.
bastardy Konda. ,
Letters of Administration
C. &, S. Court Writs.
Ejectment " ,
C. and S. C. Subpeenas.
Am.. r.f II-. V""!.
Dank Now-,C. pr
Deed of Trcsv -.
henn?s IVeus. ;
Ca Sag and Bond.
Jubpepnas. County and opt-rf'
Facias vs. Defaalting Wrriess? . V
Chemicals, Dye-StnlTs and Perfumery.
:i - .
THE sahscribers are now receiving at tbeii Drug
Store, corner of the Mansion Hotel, the largest and
best selected assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, and
ever brought to this market.. We particularly invite
the attention of Physicians, Druggists, and Merchants to
our stock, which we pledge to sell at lower rates than
any other establishment in Western North Carolina.
With the asurance again that our prices and term shall
please all, we return our sincere thanks to thepublic for
their very liberal patronage heretofore extended to us.
Below we present a list of a few of the articles compris
ing our stock : Pulverised Ipecac, Rhei, Jalap, Colum
bo, Scilla, Gamboge, Opium, Arrow Root, Pearl Barley,
Cort Cinch, Hyd. Ch!o. Mit., Suph. Quinine, Salph.
Morphine, Ac-it do , 1'iprine, alacine, Ked Lread, e- j are poJicj, lo gite us a call, or for V. 'f"
netian Red. Soanish Brown. White Lead, Black do., i .,,.1 tv.ai rv.iltr attnft fler
w . . . i i n r:l l 1 fT T I J - . r J . , .
to revive judgment.
to beirs at law to SU
do ti al. J
vs. Special Bail. . ',
I resentments of Roads. 1
do for Assault and Ba:terr
do for AtTrays. "
do for Fornication and Adn?:
do for retaiiing without lxt'
And many others of not so common i
Officers of Courts, and others wbo
MiJlEJXJP AOTOB.Y I
MAIN STREET, SAtllSBURY,
One Door bcloiv tlie Post Office.
HE subscriber having established himself in the
Town of Salisbury, for the purpose of carrying on
the above business, respectfully solicits a share of public
patronage, lie pledges himself, ihat his work shall al
ways be done in the very best style, and his prices to suit
the times. jj
He will kep constantly on hand Saddles, Bridles,
llartifig(ilee,illarne8, Collar a, -Saddle .Wallets, Trunks,
CEP constantly on hand an exten
sive assortment of
Valises, &c, be. Also, Harness Skirting, Sole and Up
Cident or CalimitV as he prayed that OUr per Leather of the very best quality always on hand which
arms might be Strengthened, OUr hearts j ean be bough low for cash, or on a short credit tcprompt
. . ra. . .. ' .1 customers. r
encouraged, and our beads erjllghtened, ; In additiori to the above, he respectfully informs the
public, that he carries on the TANXIXG and BOOT
find SHOE MAKIXG BUSINESS in the Town of
Siatesville, where he will always be happy to see hisold
Linseed and Train Oil, Logwood, Copperas, Iudigo,
Also, a large assortment of Shop Furniture. (
Prescriptions furnished at all hours. Orders from a
distance punctually attended to 1
BROWN & JAMES.
Salisbury, July 6, 1849 . 10
Boger & Wilson
Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery,
Musical Instruments, Revolving Pistols
Perfumery, Soaps, and Fancy Articles of every descrip
tion. Persons wishing to purchase articlesin theabove line,
will do well to call and examine their fine selection, one
door above J. i, W. Murphy's store.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the best
manner, and warranted for twelve nlontlis.
Lrpine and plain Watches altered to Patent Levers,
and warranted to perform well.
Salisbury, July 20, 1843 tf 12
Many of the forms enumerated 'above Tf -.
for sale bv v
J.'W. .STOCKTON, at Statesr2
wm. m. Henderson, at concord '
WM. F. WATTS, at Mockn. '
J. F.WV, at Jefltrson, Ashe Co
Any forms of Clanks which we may cat !at
hand wi',1 be printed to order without dela? if
be forwarded. '
May 1519. WATCHMAN OFFICE.
J JU JL l XL
for renewed, determined, wisely continued
ettort in the cause of 1 em'p chance and
Love every countenance glowed. We
parted with; new hopes, tfobleiaspirations
fully believing that our heayen-born en
terprise had been efTectually benefited by
our taken sweet4 counsel together. , May
the operations of the present year emi
nently justify these pleasiug reflections !
friends, and supply them with any of the above enumer
.Thankful for past encouragement , he hopes by close
attention, noi only to merit a continuance of the same,
but a considerable increase for the future.
UHis shdip is one door below the " PostOlTice."
WM. II. MOWBRAY.
Salisbury, January 11, 1819 ly
; rather poof land; and planted trees just
received from England,; upon it. The
"soil had been thrown up Jo the frost the
previous winter, and the comj
;ivaV applied in the trenches,
Wilder exhibited two shoots
iad grown from fhoso trees
were set out in June. The
Bhoots were four feet in length, and the
wood hard 4and we ll rifSeried.
:," lym stated that dn old beds, where char
cbal had been biirned ten years before,
the corn and wheat to this day are uni
formlv better th fin on t he j adjoining lands
being' vigorous, of a ditrlier green color,
and producing larger crpps. Afanm r
remarks, " 1 sowed fine -charcoal over mv
:j 'grass, lind$ in strips: tljesc strips have
i increased: onealf in predict, and with-
out; .any apparent tlnninution lor live
, , WraVnderment.onetHeveral instances fpr(j,) b!e that at any
tshovvingthe benehc.nl ellects arising from nn a ,c,rtsl thrfe m
inc use oi tine cnarcoai. one
o let it do so. We have written? to the
M. W. S. (on this point, and hope loon to
Receive something definitbinu official in
relation to it, whicji we I w ill layj before
pur readers as soon as t) mvy cipme to
jhand. The alteration of;eligfbUity to of
fice, we regard as an improvement, and
jwc doubt not was madp in accordance
Avith the suggestions of the Grand Divi
sion of North Carolina atHts last Session,
npon this subject. The Constitution pre
jviously required all oflicers to be twenty-
one years of age ; this feature was re- Jy elected
iticrafly, of the Divisionfbf our Ujiiversi
jty ; and the Grand Scribl, was inltructed
I to address the M. W. P. jn order, jf possi
ble, tojhave an alti'ration or mouication
of tha Article made at the Sessiofi of the
N. L). m May. This duty was performed,
and the necessity and utilltv of thejehange
set forth by our G. JS., and we are grati
fietf that the suggestions and wishes of
our G. I), have met witlij so ready a re
sponse at the hands of the National Divi
sion. University Division, to which we
look with sp much hope and promise, is
jj now relieved, from its peculiar ofjganiza
luni.oi lunuer ciiiimrrassmenis antl incon-
vetutMices in this respect, it being hardly
time it will lie with-
The Presbyterian General Assembly, Old
School, lately in session at Pittsburg, decided
to hold their next annual meeting at Cincinnati.
From ihe usual narrative on the state" of reli
gion, it appeared that the church included 23
Synods and 122 Presbyteries. Two Presby.
teries will soon be formed in China, oite in
Western Afiica, and one in California.
The, Assembly in accepting Dr. iMilleiis re.
s.ignation the lltird time offered of his pro.
fessorship in ihe Princeton Seminary, adopted
resolutions continuing his salary and profes
sional dignities for life, with the title of" Erne.
ritus Professor of Church Government and Ec
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP !
THANKFUL for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore received, the
subscriber would reppectfully inform
the citizens of Salisbury and the Fur
rounding country, that he still contin
ues to manufacture
BOOTS AND SHOES
in a style that will compare with any
in this part of the country. Our materials are of the
best quality, and our work shall be done in good taste,
and at prices to suit the tiint-s.
He has now, and intends to keep on hand, Roots and
Shoes made in the lalest fashion and finest style, and
' I 1 1 1 : I. i. -.11 i I- . i
d, -I II" 4 ... j) i c .i usks an wno may wish iu ouy, 10 can uuu see iortnem-
esiastical llistory re easing him from the , 3
WILLIAM J. PLUMMER
SADDLEB AND HARNESS MAKER,
friAKES pleasure in returning his
JL thanks to all those who have
heretofore favored him with thetr
custom. He trasts and believes thai
he has given very general, if not uni
versal satisfaction ; and as be isfor the
past, so shall he continue tofeel grate
ful to all who may patronize his
He would inform the public that he has lately receiv
ed 9ome very fine northern material, and is now better
prepared to do Saddle and Harness work than ever.
His prices are not extravagant, but his work is good.
He occupies his usual stand .opposite to the store oBo
per &. Maxwell, and js ever ready to obey orders in the
line of business to which he belongs. He keeps on hand
a good stock of saddles, bridles, martingales, harness
Sec. for snle, andrcan most generally, furnish iastanter
sucrT articles as ae required of hint.
Salisbury, June 1, 1848 tf
A r r 1 t ? -ri i r rw rf i n t A . ' ' f
nu..."& .uracil, uou aonf.fjj
requestea to give
BHUXER & JAMES
a call. They are prepared to do; almost every nr,
tn first-rate style, trom a book down to the i!i liabr
has been aptly compared to greasing wheel. "W.
will often turn without srease, and m may Mrta
or Mechanic get on without advertising; hot itjk-l
work, and all who have properly tried the eiprr.ju
know well the advantage both of oil to aiacLner.'ii
advertising to business. 2
CHEAP for 'CASH
ohligalion, but requesting him to instruct as it
should be convenient and agreeable.
On Saturday, May 26th, the Rev. Mr. Xevin
entered his protest against Jhe " resolutions of
the Assembly on the subject of slavery. On
the same day, the Assembly went into the elec
tion of a Professor at Princeton, in place of
The following" gentlemen -were nominated :
Drs. Alexander, Smyrhe and 'N. L. Uice
They received respectively 1 10, 10 and 34,
so tltat Dr. J. W. Alexander was declared du-
Country produce taken in exchange for work.
Boots anT Shoes neatly repaired.
Persons from the country will find our shop one door
below M. Brown &. Son's store, and opposite the Man
sion Hotel. JDRK.M1AH BAfililNdER.
. By JACOB LCFLEIl.
Salisbury, Feb. 15, 1840 40
From Hay ti. The first tilings we have
from President Soulouque. snc hUs disas
ters ih battle with, the forces at St. Do
mingo, are brought by Captnin Mattenson
of the Prussian brig Pombna, from Cio
naive, whence he sailed on 11th fnst.
Hie reports that when left Gonaives
accounts had been received there from
GATES, STEDMAN & CO.,
11G Nassau street, Xcw York,
ARE NOW PUBLISflING
TOE POPULAR CYCLOPAEDIA
OF MODERN DOMESTIC MEDICINE.
BY KEITH 1)1 RAY, M.
I FEI.T.OW OF TIIF. ROYAT, ('nr.Lr'iF. Of HI YSICIAN ANT) MCEX
I TI ATE OF THE ROY A f. COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, E01NBVRf.lt.
Tiws work gives a clear and concise idea of the na
ture of the .' distinctive symptoms, of the premonitory
signs of diseases, of their pri-disi)osirig causes, and of the
methods of tlieir treatment recommended by the most
The Itfst modes of employing the medicines in Gene
ral use are faithful! v described : as are also the diet and
Port au Prince. SoulouqUfe had returned ' regimen necessary under various diseases, and during
from b? wn r nnrl ivi;npl nrnnl ! mr t inn i convalescence.
.w... t .t v. 'l WIV.ff. I lull)
avowing his defeat and a; loss bf about
5,000 in killed arid prisoners. Com. Adv$
" ' " ( ...w. fvi rm n r i nn r ri f I -.. . ,
extraordinary prodiifct of wheat crop.
Says an Knglish gardener, My com
Hwt, tutijfisis oi. notiiingi nut loam
; cKarconl, without n particle of manure o
: f EkTH AQ 11 U 1 N AU Y. YiTA LIT Y OF A
' it A--- r, w. a. - 1
Vi Scvrr.il years ago tlicj celebrated trav
eller. Sir Gardiner Wilkinspn, present ejd
I h British Museum with an antique vasf.
"hermrticajiy closed, wblphJie had foiird
Inn mummy pit in Egyjxt, and the age of
uhtch was computed atlabout thrcclbou.
Wnd )tar. Mr. T. J. Pettigrevv, the li-
' barian of Ihe late Duke of Sussex,' prp
ccrdeil to openjthe vase in order to asccr
tain its conteiHS, but indoing so, uitfortun
ntely broke it in several: pieces. The in
tcrior contained n inftss of vegetable dust,
ivith n lew grains of wheat and .vetchejs ;
he; wai liowcver amply indemnilied joj j
the destruction of the vase by-Jiscoyeritji,
in this dust a number or peas, entirety
hhri velhfd, and as hard . as, tone. M r.
P. S. A letter just received from the
Most Worthy Scribe -says : " The Returns
of the Granjl Divisions are not yet all in.
From those in and an estimate of the oth
ers, I sci our numbers at over Fopr Thou
sand Divisions, and noi less than Two
Hundred and Twenty iThousaml Mem
bers:' h . .-- .? ; -
Wesgive below a condensed account,
from the Organ, of the frocce'dingsf the
National Division, andlin our rtext, we
will give the Report pf the; Committee
on the Slate of the Order" a document
which will be read witli profit afid inter
est by all. " , ." .' C'v j j
The Cadets. A resolution was adopt
ed commending the Cadets to tbj protec
tion and care of the Sons of Temperance.
We forget the exact terjns of the resolu
tion, but we think itseilect was to recom
mend Grand Divisions to adopt siich mea
sures for the promotion )f thej C.ldets'and
YoungerBrothers as mai seem bst kdapt
ed to enlisf our youth ia jthes temperance
movement, s I . .
ua.-j. yr i.ME. I hfi hit me w
Episcopal Convent ion. -The Thirty-third
Annual Convention of the Protestant Episco
pal Church in this Diocese, closed its session
in St. Luke's Church, Salisbury, on. the 27th
tilt. ; f
The following statistics apjwar from the Re.
pot of the Committee oh the Slate of the
Church : ; ; , I
R a pi isms Adults, 144
-4 Children, f 460
Communicants, ; f-
No. of Clergy,
t : : ' .
Making, with ihe Bishop, ;
Churches Consecrated, i
Candidates for Orders,
Diet, Atmosphere, Temperature, Bathing, Climate,
Clothiner a' Ad Exercise are also stircinliv treated unon.
! Tlie publishers of hc American Edition prefix to Dr.
j Imray's work, short illustrated, and very valuable Trea
tises npon Anatomy, Physiology and Kurgery ; also Di-.
reclioins for the Treatment of the Sick, Management of
' the Sick Room, Preparation of Food for tlie Sick, &.C.
Many valuahle articles have been furnished by the
courtesy of medical gentlemen of the United States,
j The entire volume, with its full Index, Tables of Do
seg,'6$c, will prove, it is confidently believed, a most
valuable book for Family use.
i The work will he completed in twelve weekly num
i bers, forming one large 6vo. volume-of about 1UU0 pages.
! Gentlemen of respectability and good address wanted
j as canvassers for the above woik in every town and vil-
lage in the United Slates. Address (post paid;,
j GATES, STEDMAN f5j CO.,
3t50 116 Nassau street.
WE are receiving at Dr. C. B. Wheeler's
old stand the largest and best stock of
M EDICINES, INSTRUMENTS,
Paints Dyc-Sl tiffs, Spices rj- Perfumery.
Fancy and Uuseful Articles,
ever brought into this country. (See our large hand
bills and Catalogue. We will sell very low for cash.
LOCKE & C11AFFIN.
Salisbury, Mayt 1 1 , 1 M 8 2
Spring & Summer Fashions Received !
WOULD respectfully inform his old customers, that
he still carries on the
TAILORING AND CUTTING BUSINESS
m ins 0K1 sin ii u opposite j. cv. v . .iurpny s onck store,
wliere he holds himself rendv at all times to serve his cus
His prices wili be found by those who may patroni
him to be lower than at any oUit shop in the Town, his1
work durable and warranted 10 fit well. If not, call and
get your money for your cloth arjnin.
T. Dickson returns iiis sincere thanks to hi? former pa
trons, and hopes by industi y and application to business, !
. L . . ! II . I . 1 - 1
mai 1 ne y win continue ineir attention to nis shop ; also,
invites those who have not yet come to him, to call and
try his ht.
He is lif regular receipt of the most approved fashions
from the North, published by Mahan ; also, by Wards'
AU kinds of country produce received in payment for
work. 'TIIOS. DICKSON.
March 29, 1849 ly37volj
OPPOSITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE !!
HARRIS & GRUMP
A Kb now receiving from New York and JPhkdt;
XjL phia, a large and splendid stork of '
SPRING AND SUMMER
which they are determined to se.l ss nv; a; any tcrf
in this part of North Carolina, con.-itins of all kiadi
ladies ind irentlemen's dress goods, cf he latfit r
newest stvles, which have been selected uhgtttct
and bought at the very lowest casa pricts.
F(fr 'Ladies Wear.
Beautiful silk Lustres, Mode Cashmeres, ciWJ ii
satin striped do., Moureline de Lanes, silk or-d m4
Lustres, Cheni Alpaccas, bl'k anj col'd Merb,pa
Ginghams, French do.. Shawls, Gloves, KiMoni, it
Collars, Linen Cai.ibrlc iland'tfs, Bonnet hiU, Ve.rri
Bonnets ad Hosiery.
, Black French and English Cloths, Freiith CarfiifH
fig'd df., fancy do., wool Tweed. Kentucky Jane?, La
seys.fm'd stin Vesting, cut velvet do., pirn Mtin ii
ard worsted do. Also, brown and bleadi a l)".a,l
rucstics, Whitney Blankets,
Hats &, Cap, Hoot tV Shoo,
besides a genera! stock oi
Hardware and Cutlery, (irorerifs, Trorkfry, It
Those wishing to buy goo.1.-, w e resp-ttiu'!jr'-iv
their attention to the above stock, as we are dettrsiiH
not to be outsold by anv.
Wood (.rove, Rowan co., Oct . 3C, 1.- 123
CAPE FEAR STEAMBOAT COMPU
Af t ir.v.uw
Strainer d'ov. a HA HAM. MiucMraf
Tow Bbat, MIKE HltOW'X,
above Boats run regularly between Tiy'?.
and Wilmington at the lat rednred TV i
1 BTT M IB
Opened in Salisbury!
CLOT 1 1 STORE
freight, ai d are as welj prepared for the fpeedf ik
transporta'ion of tiootL op frnd down aj any lint s'1
! river. ' - -r
Thankful for the last year's businpfs we toVtcie
tinuance ad increase for the fulore. AH gKl e
signed to J. & W. L McCiary, Wilmington, N C,1
be forwarded free of commission.
Ail produce from the country tent to W. L Vf
ry, Fayetteville, will be shipped to where ciesr'tJ
commission. Io all cjis-s we cie the ear.iffi
tion of the arrival and departure of :;fJ
Communications addressed to J W. L V1
W'ilinirnrtnn and W 1. Mcf.irt Vu vit!fvK,f?.fi'T1
witli att en t i on . . W . L . M I G A Ii V, A
Jan. 20 1 40 1
at the River, and having been lorii u'f?J r
warding business, wiil receive and forward a!
to his address at the usual comnjiss-if'n.
Jan. I49 W- L McGA
PeftijjiTW tlistributfil thfc grama amongst Lchangrd from " Tntionk Division of the
n,fwi o his learned (rifntls.Uutthe criklns
j ' rot ltd iu the earth in wliich they hai Men
I jV; J'lrtntcil. It happened. lloNVever, that Sir.
haue, vvnicii, au?r
tTf vrais, hv presented
ihq udll liiiown inventof ofvtho KngUsb
f ; i fElye S"uuif, and owner bf the ciU'n&Ve--
t the(lapse of several
ed to MrAVGriinstanje,
United Slrvtes," tothe - Nation ai! LWiov
of JNoRTii .America." The change was
unasked by. the UritUh Proviricesi bufwas
made without opposition .as inf matter of
sound policy, and justice to all concerned.
vOut Door OrERATioxsJ The great ques
tmiiof the session IVorp all quarters ap
peared to beiriof can bedoiie'to hasten
Ordinations Pre shy t erg 3, Deacons If 6
. ; ; j 'li ;,
Reformation. We were gratified to
learn that the Justices (of our County
Court came to a praise-wprlhy conclusion
last week in regard to licences for retail
ing ardent spirits. None bf the applicants
in the towrt of Hillsboro'fsucceeded in ob
taining licences ; so that 'now there is but
one licensed house in. town. The neces
sity of such a course has for some time
been apparent to the minds of reflecting
citizens, not only to preserve from the in
fluence an evil example, the morals of our
own sons, ; but also of the youths from
abroad sent here to school : Vind the thanks
of the community are due to theraembers
of the Court who have assumed the re
sponsibility. ; I v ui I
We hope this decision; will be iadherea
to by the Court ; arid wiq doubt not that
if any shall venture to; appeal,that the
decision will be sdstaind by tho higher
t ri b u n eLs.Hil1sboioug?i Rcccrdt i .
BRANDIIETH;S PII.Z.S !
Tiicir AVorks lrafc Them.
Monroe, W. T., Nov. 21, 1847.
P.. Childs & Co.
Gents. A few days since under a most painful at
tack ofbillious cholic, 1 bethought, (after a fruitless trial
of every remedy I could think of within reach,) of try
ing your pilla, they having been cried up as a " cure
all ;" and to niy surprise found immediate relief; so
faithfully Jid they do their work, that in three fourths
of an houf, I was so perfectly cured, that I had no need
to. repeat he dose. I can cheerfully recommend them
Jra the best family medicine in the circle of my knowl
edge," and. I have used most of the specifics abroad.
O. II. RECD.
Each box contains 31 pills ; price 25 cents, and is ac
companied with certificates and full directions.
For sale by Boer tc Maxwell, Salisbury; Falls t
Morrison; Sin tesville ; David Fraley, Rockville; J. P.
Mabry, Lexington ; D. Honurycutt, Gold Hill ; and !
wholesale and retail by P. M. Cohen, 19, Ilayne street,
Charleston, F. C. 4w4
SPRING AND SUMMER
33 L Zf '-3
Country Produce taken in payment fqj icork
. GOULD i: HAWKINS,
THE Subscriber havinc purchased at the North a
large assortment of Ituly TjJadc Clotll-
i II made up in the best style and of the best mate
rials, woild invite the public, to call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he feels assured
j that he can olFer such inducements as cannot fail to
) please. His stock consists in part as follows :
Clonics, Orrrcoals, Sacks, Frock-Coals, Dress
Coals, black and fancy Cassimere Pants,
Saltinct do ; Cloth, 'Silk and Salfin, black
and fancy Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Cra
rials, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps,
Roots, Shoes, (Src, 'c., c.
Also Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting?, tc, which will be
made up to order at the shortest notice, and in the most
fashionable style, by Mr. John A. Weirman, an expe
rienced Tailor from Philadelphia. His Store is nearly
opposste J. t W. Murphy's well known stand.
J. II. ENNISS.
Salisbury, Dec. 7, 1848 31tf
COME AND BUY BAlUlAlV
HE undersinned having formed a co-
theabove business, res-ct fully invite pu
tion to their Establishment, and to their sopp
Carriages, Barouches, i Rod1?
Busies, &c.. cm .
which for lightness, banty of design, W1
tion, and excellence f material, cannot be'ST-"
any work in the southern country. (rf
They have in their employ a lare "vf "Tr
workmen. Their blacksmiths, wood-'0 jrj
mers, and painterr.are all m-n of exper-fi0"'
Kepainng done on very stfTt jc
cheap for cash or approved notes ; or cBtrM
ken in exchange. t D
Salisbury, March 22, 1849.
SVPRIOU Foolscap and Letter
poper, for sale by . JJ. EXXISS.
1 WOULD respectfully inform all persons who have
granted Notes in payment of their purchases at the
sale of the Estate of the late Joseph Pearson, thai I leave
the same in the hands of D. A. Davis, Fsq., Cashier of
the Dank of Cape Feaj, at Sali.-bnry, for collection.
C. P. MALLETT,
. Attorney for Representatives.
Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 1843. " 18w42
HlARD LAMPS. '
T HAVE four Centre Table which I will sell
. I' ... fill
JLW selves in the practice ot Mfoi" '1' . fvr8?'
(bund attheirdmgitore when not prff':t,n ''
SalUhuxyu December 16, 184T-r,,33 . v
PRICE & UTLEY,
. Fashionable Tailor??
coy cord, -V. c-
'April 27. $.
L AX D DEEDS
Beautifully rrintetl and for s
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