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RATES OP ADVERT1S1XG.
One Snnare one tinie..
' four days.
v nve rtavs
SATES OF SUBSCKXPTI02r.
ie rear, m aavanre,
, two. weeks.,
, one month.
Si months, in advance,
rcc Montlw, in advance,....'.."." J
p months in advance,
Contract Advertisements taken at
prnjwrHonately low rates.
ive Sipiares estimated at a qnarter-I
umn, ami ten squares as a halfHInmu.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, SUNDAY. JANUARY 19. 1873
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THE COMIC AIi COBRt-ER.
L -wagsish colbler, once in Roraej- ;-a
Yut forth a tro:iamation '
h'liat he'd be willing to disclose,""
lr ducconsmeration, . ;i ,
A secret which the cobbling world '
Could ill attora to ipse- -t tw.r ?.
The way to make in one short tiay '.
A hunurea jtur ot snoes.? a -4 -.y .
Krmn even,' quarter tortbeftight
There ran a thousand fellows
Tanners, cobblers, bootmen, sboemen, ;
All jolly leather seilers- - ixA , l 1
redolent of beer and smoke, " '
Anil cobbler's wax and hide;
:;u:h fellow pays his thirty penee, .
,nd calls it cheap beside. '
.silence ! the cobbler enters, - r ;
And casts around bis eyes;
Thou curls bi8 lip thc-rogue,! then
frowns, ' iZ
And then looks wondrous wise ;
'Mv friend," he says, 'tis simple quite,
The plan that I propose .
And every one of you, I think,
Might learn it if you chose. ,
"A sod sharp knife is all you need
In currying out my ilan;
So easy is it none can fail,
Let him lc t'hild or man.
To make a hundred pair of shoes,
Just .20 back to your shops,
And take a hundred pair of boots
And cut off all the' top !"
'Liked to have been too Late.'
A SHOKT AND SIMPLE ANNAL.
In Chapel Hill, on Christmas
jni-ht', there died one of the oldest
(remaining inhabitants of that des
ierted vilage. -rnclc Xovember,"
lor as 'he. was more commonly called
Dr. November Caldwell, was the
1 L' IX.. T-1J..1I
ox-cavnage tinver 01 ut. i;uuen,
first ' President ofr late University.
He claimed to be eighty-three years
old, but on calculation this appeared
to be a somewhat exaggerated
It is probable lie had jiut
his eightieth Christmas, '
lie closed his weaned eves lor fu
the last time.
Allien the Caldwell and Hooper
families had all passed away from
Chapel Hill Dr. November was left
behind, being hired to the Universi
ty as a college-servant, and serving
laiilHuIiy in that capacity for many
years. Latterly he has occupied a
house and a held of his own, with
his wife, Mrs. Chaney, who wns for
years a trusted servant of the late
lie was one of the very few re-
maining relies or tnc early days ot
Chapel Hill and during his last
illness his chief pleasure was in talk
ing about the old times and the old
I'nu'essors, his loyalty to whom in
;ul the changes that have befallen, w: s
always stanch and his affection for
their memories sincere. He was
one of a set of college servitors,
whose names- would doubtless recall
main- pleasant,jind some humorr
ons associations to "old students" of
the University. Have Barham, and
JV. November, and Tom Jones, and
Dave Moore, ind C. J. Burnette were
ali men of strong individual -character
and marked with some-of the
best traits of gentlemen.
Dr. November had a considerable
touch of the courtliness of the old
rtyimr, in his manners, as indeed he
had a ritrlit, having been admitted as
a prominent character in the first
published novel to which North
Carolina can lay any claim as being
oinative growth. "LoceCs Folly" was
the; title of the late Mrs. Caroline
Leei Hentz's lirst work, issued after
Trof. Hentz had left Chapel Hill
perhaps in '30 or 'ol. Among the
characters were several'drawn from
Chapel Hill life, including Dr.
November and "aunt Venus," both
of them connections, so to speak, of
Dr.; Caldwell, the then President.
They were about the best drawn
characters in the book which by no
means4 foreshadewed Mrs. Hentz'
Jitter success in authorship. Dr:
Caldwell drove a pair of bob-tails
sorrels in those days, and one of my
earliest recollections is of a feat of
Dr.' November in turning the car
riiigc, (containing three ladies)
horses and all completely over a
steep bank on the road to Hillsboro'.
Jt must have been good driving that
could do this while- all, the party
escaped unhurt. k - -
Uike many another man possessing
far' superior.; prvileges y and advan
tages, Uncle November lived along
life under the sound of the gospel
without giving mucli attention to
the subject of religions or any
evidence of a change of heart. He
was satisfied to "do as well as he
knew bow?'' and trust somehow .that
Gold would not be too hard on him
at the last. I have heard men 'of
education, profess just about such
a creed. ;.-. -.. .-.
During the past fall, however, the
mqrey which is free, and past search:
ing out in - its ncnes, louna tne oia
man on his death-bed, and gave him
a hope in Christ. His mind seemed
to be in a very humble ? and tender
state. He made no loud professson,
but- expressed a steady and i well
sustained confidence iji "the istrength
of bis Redeemer to save. Speaking
to me of his new-found hope, he
aid, MJ liked to have been too late.7' r
"Yes," I replied- "you have served
the world eighty years, uncle v No
vember, and now vou turn round
ftnd give God the last few weeks." 1
"I knowit, Iknowit,"he said'I
cant's do anything for Godhiy time
is gone but I believe he'll take me
safe the Lord Jesus is mighty 1
trust my eTf to him. "
v ln one of my -last conversations
with him; while expressing his hope
of heaven unfalteringly, he said with
animation,' iind when I get there I
shall see all i the old Faculty; 'i
mean to look; for themold m as ter
and trovV-i SwMw, Mnd -yonr1 father.
and' Dr. Mitchell. They ?11 all be
there"I..know.t4 M : ;
P One' doctnot heed- t'fliv6? to be
very . far advanced in life to find the
best friends of earl v life in the m a-
ijority "dn i the other f side.?' I wish
we hi l could have as vivid a sense
of the absolute certainty of seeing
and recognizing'them as nncle No
vember? JWe !!; -e3peciallv. who
L believe that kSJcsus died'" and rose
again,' why' should ; we hesitate to
accept: in its! fullest meaning1 the
declaration that "them also which
sleep in Jesus will God bring with
him? ' It strikes me as reflecting
very little credit on our modern
thedlogj that whole volumes should
be published for the purpose of pro
ving to Christains what ought to be
a cardinal point, of belief the re
cognition of friends in Heaven. As
sure as they are there, so surely
sha-U wo know them "when we get
there too," C.
Governor Caldwell's Responsibility.
Governor Caldwell has entered on
bis duties with a pledge to the peo
ple; of North Carolina to exercise the
nigh function, of his oIRce with an
eye single to their pfood, and without
regard to party distmctions, passions
or animosities. e . trust that be
will meet his voluntarily assumed
obligations, and in the hope that be
may, wc beg .him to take notice of
the statement that a deputy United
States Marshal in Western North
Carolina stands charged with brutal
violence in the case of Yoder, who,
it is alleged, owes his premature
death to ill-usage received at the
hands of the omcial.
His Excellency has seen the state-
mcnts of the "Eagle" and News, and
if he has a paternal . feeling for his
people he will take stes to prevent
dure outrages ol a si in
ilar sort, and
to have the olfender
in this case
brought to justice.
It is time for the dragonades to be
brought to an end ; the election is
over; the Albany penitentiary is full
to repletion; the Ku-Klux exist only
in fiction, or history, and the peo
pie of North Carolina are entitled to
protection and repose.
Not only humanity, but sound po
licy, suggest this; and the Governor
will understand us when we remind
j him that great numbers are living in
During the month of DecSTnJJer,
as we learn from the News, one hun
dred and twelve tickets were sold at
Joinnanv fchoos to emigrants, en
route for Memphis, from which point
they scattered in various directions,
in their melancholy search for new
homes homes where they mav sit
down under their own vine and lig
tree with no one, not even a United
States Marshal, to make them afraid.
If Governor Caldwell wishes to keep
the gallant sons of the North State
at home he must see to it that there
are no more Yodcrs done to death
by the brutality of Federal officers.
Shkxakdoah Valley. The census
reports give some interesting facts
in regard to the Vallev. It says the
Shenandoah allev of Virginia is
one hundred and twentv-five miles
long and twenty-five wide, embrac
ing the counties of Augusta, Rock
ingham, Shenandoah, Page, Warren,
Clarke, Frederick, Jefferson, and
Berkeley, with a population of about
160,000 to an area of 47,405 square
miles, of a cash valuation of $870,000.
It produces more from the same
amount of agricultural labor, and is
freer from sickness of all kinds, than
an v portion of the United States
There are 1,001 ,961, acres of im proved
landsrand 120,S60 unimproved.
Txt mm rtnershin heretofore existing be
tween ?McMU ERA Y, DAVIS & CO, has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
TKo hnumow will he-continued by Mc-
MURRAY & DAVIS on a larger scale than-
With manv thanks to a generous public
for the very liberal patronage esieimcu
frtr fho nsist v vears. wc - beg a contmu-
. J. W. McMURRA
Jan 12, 18733&
Wifb manv thanks to our friends .ana
patrons generally for the liberal imtronage
bestowed upon MgMurray, Davis & Co., we
k t ttint. wn bave, withdrawn, and
ingoing so we .respectfully askthat pur
friends will Ptill bestow upon ;McMurray
tSovia (Ko iHifmniicrasA Hberallv extend"
ed to us. W. II. H HOUSTON,
Jiin. 12, 1873. WM. CROW- "
lg , j
ERAUT, KRAUT, do you love Kraut
Elegant swhitc Kraut for all wholovt
it. J.P. BUTT.
1 A A Sacks Factory filled SALT on hand
Xv" and for sale by ".
J STENIIOUSE, ilACAULAY & CO.
nor 27 '
L. Von MeyerhofL
PROPOSES to form, instruct, and con
duct, in Cliarlotte, X. C, a Musical
Sociecy ; and to give musical 'festivals.
The income from which, is to be applied
to the purchasing of Maps, Globes and
Scientific Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. Also, to furnish for the Institute
Orchestral Instruments and Music,- such
as are found in Seminaries of the largest
Cities South and North. These Instru
nients, &c, will be placed in the hands of
the Trustees, for the use of. ' and to con
tinue to be the property of the Charlotte
(N.-C.)-Institute for Young Ladies.
Terms of admission, , $5.00
Instructions per month, 2.00
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to become
members of the Society will please leate
their names at the book store of Messrs.
Tiddy & Bro.
COFFEE, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese and
Rice, just received at
sept 10 A. It. NISBET & BUO'S.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
UST Received, now call and buy and
also get some of our elegant Goshen
Butter to eat with the cakes when thev are
smoking hot, at
JOIINFj BUTT S,
dec G Market.
tomers some time since, that our busi
ness would change January 1st, 1873, we
are pleased to sav that the chance has
taken place, and it is to be strictly CASH
or 30 DAYS CREDIT. Those who do not
pay promptly need not expect any favors,
f you arc m arrears don t ask for credit,
save us the unpleasant duty of denying
To our many friends and patrons we re-
urn thanks, and ask a continuance o
their favors believing that by a strict ap
plication of the above rules, we will be
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
All bills are due and payable on the l?t
day of .each and every month.
(llllER fe ALEXANDER.
jan 1, 1873, ly
STATESVILLE, H. C.
THE Proprietor of the above named
Hotel resjiectful ly invites the people of
Charlotte and the public generally to call
on him when they visit btatcsville. He
will spare neither pains nor money to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE a first clasf
HOTEL, and worthy of public patronage.
T. A. l'llICK,
nov 25-tf Proprietor.
CHARLOTTE, ft. C
Prescriptions prepared at all hours
of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected especially for Family and Inval
ids, at St'AKirs
june29 Drug Store.
- FRESH SPICES,
Just received a lot of select Spices for
Pickles, Preserves, etc., at F. SCARR'S
June 29 Drug Store
Pure Salad Oil.
Finest article, in Market,
.at F. SCARR'S
June 29 Drug Store.
T W. WADSWORT1I has at his Livery
J and Sale Stable, opposite the City
TJnrV: ITfttiSES and MULES for sale and
kept eonstanly on hand,
mWO Acres of land adioining theCity of
X"- Charlotte, very finely ituicvi i.l
rar,Mir ?mnrfvinfif neisrhborhood. - Vul
be sold entire, or in lots to suit muchtt
at a very reasonable rate. Apply to
: :'un JOHN T. BUTLER,
L oct 22 . Opposite Mansion uouse
Mnrder, Fire & Bobbery.
ART nm lsini? manv of my ensto-
A Vnore bv creditinji them I woul
take the liberty of asking all wh owe me
and settle ud by the lsfof February
187J of sooner. ; J. T. BUTLER
' dec 29 ' ''
Tl MERCHANTS visiting Charlotte, wil
1 1 fitid Writins Paper , and isnveiopes
very cheap, at
QT3ATrnC1 JEST Book sent free.
JO A, Mil' J-kJ
Address Eagle Book Co.
9 Murray St., N. Y
IVf f ATI? V" Easily made with our
1UVJJl JJJ 1 Stencil and kev-cbeck
outfit. g&r- Circulars Free. Stafford
MTg Co., 60 Fulton Street. X. Y.
W A ATrpWTY agents $200 per
If Hi lljJL month to sell the IM
PROVED AMEUICAN FAMILY KXIT-
TLXG MACHINE. The tinwlcst and bet
in the world. Address AMERICAN EXIT
ING MACHINE Co.. Moh Washington
Street; Boston, Mass. ; jan 3-4w
kAA Agents wanted ! Just
out ! A
new Christ : "CHRIST
BLESSING LITTLE CHILDREN." Im
mense sales ! 500 asrents wanted for our
arge Map of the "United States" with im
mense "World Map on reverse f-ide.
Our Maps and Charts go like wild-tire.
HAASIS & LUBKECTII. Empire Man
and Chart Establishment, 107 Liberty
Street, New York. jan
$90 made Dec. 3d by one A cent selling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY,
A fine engraving, 22x28, inches, sent by
nail tor $1.00. e also mad Button-Hole
and Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, price 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novelties
niailed frequently to all old and new
AMERICAN NOVELTY Co..
jan 3-4 w 302 Broadway, N. Y.
LOOK! FREE TO ALL !
JA Pcr week to agents, Male or Female.
JfJU To all who will wrile for an Aeen-
v we will send a copy of that 11 Wonder of
Wonders, the Illustrated Horn of Plenty.
It contains over lifty beautiful illustrations,
v will be sent FREE to all who mav write.
Address I GAES1DE, Paterson, N. J.
jan 3-4 w
complete outlit of the PICTORIAL
HOME BIBLE it is the. only Bible in
which a complete History, Encyclopedia,
Analysis of the Scriptures, and Improved
assi he 1 Bible Dictionary is given: its
ft 11 equaled beauty and mgrits make it
the cheapest and fastest soiling Bible pub
lished WM. FLINT & CO..
jan 3-4w Atlanta, ia.
Be deceived, but for coughs, colds, sore
Jiroat, hoarseness and bronchial dihicul-
ties, use only
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations arc on the market,
but the only scie itiiic preparation of Car
bolic Acid ibr Lung disease is when chem-
'cally combined with other well known
remedies, as in these tahlkts, and all par
ties arc cautioned against using anv other.
In all cases of irritation of the mucous
menbrane these tablkts should be freely
used, their cleansing and ltealing propei-
ties are astonishing.
Be warned, never neglect a cold.it is easily
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult,
use "Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a specific.
Price 2")c. per Box. John Q. Kellogg, 18
Piatt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for the United
States. Send for Circular.
jan 3-4 w
AGENTS WANTED. Act at once.
There is a PILE of money in it. The
people everywhere are Eager to buy the
AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF
Wondrous Discoveries and Thrilling Ad
ventures during 28 years in Africa, with
account of the Stanley Expedition. Ovei
i00 pages, only $1.50, is selling beyond
parallel. Only Complete and Reliable
work. Send for circulars, and sec Proof
and great success agents are having.
jan 3-4w Publishers, Boston, Mass.
0 Agents want absolutely the best sell
ing books? Sen! for circulars of
Vent's Unabridged Ulus. Family Bible.
Over 1100 pages" 10 bv 12 in., 200 pages
Bible Aids, "&e. : Arabesque $().25 Gilt
Edge, 1 clasp. $8.2.r. Full Gilt, 2 clasps,
11.00. '"Beldcn : the White Chief," For
Winter Evenings, 3Gth 105)0 ready. Tin-
Standard, 46th 1000 ready, Epizootic Treat
ments, itc. C. F. ent, .New ork and
Cincinnati, Vent & Goodrich, Chicago,
-3H Everywhere, male and Female," to in
ZLi trodiice the "Genuine Improved Com-
mon Sense Family Sewing Machine.
-A This machine will stich, hem, toll,
tuck, quilt, cord," bind, braid and cm
. t in a most superior manner. Price
$15. Fullv licensed ami warranted
for live years. We will pay ?l,000 for
any machine that will sew a stronger,
more beautiful, or more elastic seam
than ours. It makes the "Elastic
Lock Stitch." Every second stitch
can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it.
We pay agenrs from $15 to $250 per
month and expenses, or a commission
from which twice that amount can
be made. Address
Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa., Khicago,
111., or St. Louis, Mo.
Cheap Farms I Free. Homes ! !
On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad
12,000,000 acres of the best Farming &.
mineral Lands in America.
3.OO0.000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
Platte Valley, now for sale.
, MILD CLIMATE, FERTILE SOIL,
for Grain growing and Stock Raising nn
surnassed by any in the United States.
( 'heaner in Price, more" favorable terms
given, and more convenient to market
than can be round eiscwncre.
' FREE HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLERS.
The best location for colonies Soldiers
entitled to a Homestead of 150 acres.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet,
with new maps, published in English,
German, Swodish and Danish, mailed free
Land Com'r TJ. P. R. R. Co., Omaha, Neb.
A GREAT 0FEER !
HORACE WATERS. 4SI Broatlwav. N.
Y., will dmxae of IOO PIANOS. ME JJ)-
DEONS. and ORGANS, of iz Jrrt-a
makcrr mchtdutg H'ofer'. ot "rrrjf low price
for catli" orjMticash, andbalatieem small
monthly instalment inr-i-octarc first-class
PIANOS; modern itnjurorements, for $275
cash. Now ready a CONCERTO PARLOR
ORGAN, the most beautiful style and jttrfeet
tone ever made. Ittttstratcd Catalogues mail
ed. Xhcct Music and Music, Merchandise.
jan 3-4 w
is linequaled by any known remedy. It
will eridicate, cxtripate and thoroughly de
stroy all poisonous, tfuhstantances jn the
Wood and will effectually dispel all predis
position to billious derangement. '
"Is there want of action in your Liver t
Spleen? Unless relieved the blood become
impure by deleterious secretions, produc
ing scrofulous or skin disease1, Blotches,
Felons, Pustules, Canker, l"imples,.tc.
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach ? Un
less digestion is prom ptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of the Blood.
Dropsical tendency, general Weakness and
inetria. , . ":
Have you weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoa? 01
Inflamation of the Bowels.
Have you weakness of the Utnrinc or
Urinary" Organs? You arc -exposed to
suffering in its most aggravated form.
Arc you dejected,' drowsy, dull, sluggish
or depressed in spirits, w'th headache,
coated tongue and bad tasting mouth ?
For a certain remedy for all of these dis
eases, weaknesses and'roubles ; for clean
sing and purifying the vitiated blood and
imparting vigor to all the vital forces ; for
building up and restoring the weakened
J U R U B E B A
which is pronounced bv the leading medi
cal authorities of London and Paais "the
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to the medical world." This is .no new
nnd untried discovery has been lone nseH
by the leadirg physicians of other coun
tries with umiuU'i ful remedial results.
Dnn't weaken and impair the digestive
organs by cathartics and physics they givi
only temporary relief Indigestion, "flatu
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kind
red diseases are sure to follow their use.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
18 Piatt St.s New York, Sole Agent for
the united states.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. S n 1 for
Circular. jan 3-4v
At $2 00, $300, $150, $5 00, $0 00, $8 00,
$10 0U, $12 00 to $20 00.
At $0 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500, $3000, $4000, $5000
to $75 00.
Breech-Loading Double Guns.
At $40 00, $45 00, $50 00, $00 00, $75 00,
$00 00, $110 00, $120 00 to $300 00.
Smith Si Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
and other kinds, at manufacturers'
Ammunition & Implements
For Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Importation.
MET A LIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
AND PISTOLS AT LOWEST MAR
A complete assortment 06 all Sporting
Goods ; Prices and Description sent, on ap
plication. Goods shipped by Expressj C. O. P
POULTNEY, TRIABLE tt CO.
Importers, No. 200 W. Baltimore St.,
Richard's. Dougal's, Greenb's, . Scott's,
other celebrated make of guns on hand
and imported to order. t
sept 20 1872-eod ly I
DARLOR Rin? Toss. The Tickler fun
L of the funniest. Old curiosity shop
Game of Natural. History. Game of Sel-
huett comicalities. Game! of popular
Characters from Dickens. 1 1 he rlowei
Game. Blind Alphabet and tlMJ monk
a new iraoie and old puzzles. Maffic or
Itomone of life siort. Ademuss and
Dividem wide awake came. I The Social
Oracle. The game of Arithmetic im
proved. Puzzle map of Noarth America.
Alphabet and objects Tablets. Holiday
Arithmetic, a simple and fascinating game.
What Is it : or how to make, money.
Henry's Penny Puzzle. My Mother s Puz
zle. Nursery Rhymes PuzzFp. Our Pets
Puzzle. The Model Ship Puizic Uncles
T?;irl!ilV rHiTTln Chromos! Alnbabet
Blocks Toy books and a laage number of
other pretty and interesting tilings for the
cmiureii ai viirisuuas. -"v can is miiiuicu
dec 18 -1
St. MAEY'S SCHOOL.
RALEIGH, X. c
- a '
Rev. Aldert Smedes, D. 0 Rector.
Rev. Bennett Smedes, A. M. As't...
THE Sixty-second Term ofj this School
will commence on the Tfenry-fifth ol
January 1872, and continue nhtil the 17th
of June. For a circular. appl to the Rec
tor. , : ; ft .
dec 21-2w i
AIR Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Jiail
Wm. R. BURWELL A CO,
dec 21 - Springs' Corner. ?
ro. - - -U
BURWELL & CO.
J. TV BUTLER'S ! !
Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry, Diamonds, Silver
and Plated Ware,
J. T. BUTLER'S
OPPOSITE THE MANSION HOUSF.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
JtCLCimCXgG (Married oTiho.. about to
to marr; on the pbjraiotafteaj
K. n n Q imyiterietandreTelatlooaof
ithe sexual ritem, with tb
latest ditMrcriea la producing and pravcuiinf Sapriof.
bow to preserve the complexion, Me.
This i a an interesting work f tw. handred aad stxtjr
Ksres, with numerous encraTtngs, and eontaina valaaul.
iformatioa for those who are msxried.or cos template mar
riage. Still It t s a book that ough t to be kept nader lock
nd key, and not laid carelessly about the bouse.
It contains the experience and adrice .fa phvstetaai
whose reputation is world-wide, and should he in the pri
vate drawer of evei j male and female throat bent the esktir.
globe. Jt embraces everything on the subject f th gen
erative system that is worth knowing, and Mob, that to
not published in any other work.
Sent t. any one free of postage) for riny Ceati.
.address Dr. Butts' Dispensary e. 12
St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and TTnfbrttmate.
Before applying to the notorious auacks who-advertise let
Snblic papers, or using any qaaek remadsts perns. P.
atts' wark no matter what yoardiseasc isr er ksw dspWr
able yonr eoaditieo. -
Dr. Butts occupies a double house of twenty-save,
rooms ; i a I adorsed by some . f the meat celebrated medi
cs I professors of this country and Europe, andean beeeay
suited personally or by vail, on the diseases mentioned irt
his works. Office and parlors. No. UN. Kigklfc. iireee,
ttwaen Marke t and Chesaut, St. Leals, Xa.
n y 2 tl & w ly
A. R. Nisbet & Brother
HA VINO completed an improvement in
their Commodious Store Room on
Trade Slreet, 6 ic door west of Smith Jt
Hammond's Orug Store, Charlotte, N. r
are now rcceivins a well selected stork C
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci
gars, tc, which bns been bought by one
of the firm, at a time w!ien the market w
m st favorable. They therefore feel sati
fiad that they can sell ail jroods in thcii
line as low as any linn in Charlotte, for
cadi or to punctual customers.
They invite Merchant to gWc them a
call, (as they bad a special eye to their
wholesale trade,) and feel warranted in
s .iving that they can sell o as to make it a
swing to them in their purchases.
They return their thanks to their friends
and the generous public f r past favors. aii
solicit a continuance of the sam.
A. R. NISBET .t BRO.
ALot of fine HORSES and MULES,
in splendid order. At DAVIDSON S
LIVERY STABLES. Horses and Moles
for sale are kept on han l constantly,
PI E S H
P3 -v" ZE1 !R
ST X IT
WE would like to supply the citizens in
any quantity from a pint to any lar
ger quantity, and will send them to your
houses and save j'ou the trouble of
sending for them, o that you can lwv
them for breakfast, dinner or supjier. I will
iHnd them to yon every day or as often in
the week as vou : may select," bv ' leaving
your orders at f , v f J F. BUTT'S,
oct30-con tf Market.
BUCKWHEAT CAKES all smoking hot,
covered over with yellow, rich, good
Goshen Butter. What is mom-palatable
for Breakfast ? Well we have ust received
an elegant Ixt of the material to make
them, and we will sell the receipt for a
small price. . i . . .
- Just rccei ved, ; Irish Potatoes, Cabbage,
Chesnuts, at -
- JOHN F. BUTTSr
dec 31 Market.