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From the Richmond Enquirer.
Although considerable uncertainty still prevails
as to the nature and pxiRnt nf i h in,
. I ...... I . . I Kun r art I rnn Kt Inn t . 1 I ' t i
1! trie iiigmve ' " - " 01 me i urwisn armies, dispatches have been re-
The Surrender of Ktirus shall the South
nrrupt decision of ihe court, or had been rescued
from i tie custody of iho law by the violence of the
mob the shock would have been lelt to the remo
test extremity of the Union. Such an instance of
iuccss.'hI resistance to law and to (he power of
the Federal Government, would have brought upon
the country worse calamities than any foreign foe
could possibly inflict. In this view the recapture
of Barns is the legitimate occasion of patriotic ex
ultation. Hut the triumph is not complete, and we rejoice
over a victory which is only not so bad as the most
disastrous defeat. In so far as the interests of the
South are involved, the slave mi"ht as well have
bee allowed to escape. With whatever success
the supremacy of order wns vindicated bv the sur
render of Burns, as reard the efficiency of ;Un
cieved at Vienna from 'he head q-iarters of Omar
Pasha giving a favorable account of the recent on.
erations of his forces on more than one point of his
position. The Russian corps which was known
to have been collected at Turnu, near the mouth
of the Aluta, is stated to have been repulsed on
the 29th of April with n loss of 1,500 men by
the Turks quartered at Nicopolis under Sali
Pasha; and on the 2d of May another Russian de
tachment wa beaten at Radnva, not far from
Krajova. There is every reason to believe these
reports to be accurate and authentic, but we can
ofTer no remarks on the nature and consequences
of these military operations without a fuller know,
ledge of the circumstances under w hich they have
Happily, no such ambiguity prevails as to the
law for the. recapture ol fugitive slaves, the issue .mportant, and all but decisive measure, taken by
was determined adversely to the interests of the
South. If some representative from the North
were to suggest the repeal of the fugitive slave
law, and were to propose instead, that the Govern
ment should compensate the owner for the loss of
his property, would the South accept the offer?
Certainly not ; nul why ? Because, the proposition
would substantially amount to this ; that the South
the Austrian p-overnmenr. mid .innnmiH k,r n
C " - - " "mmvvm xj y i il
imperial order in the Vienna Cazette. The Em
peror of Austria has resolved to call out 95,000
additional troops for the safely of his dominions,
and, considering the great exertions which have
already been made to phice lha military establish
mentol the empire on an efficient war footing, no
stronger proof could be given of the growing con-
i ui: I : - j r .1 - : I . . ' o
biiouiu wc Mioemmiieu .or w vio.auon oi us ngius , viction of the cabinet of Vienna that the time for
out ol its own funds. et this compromise would negotiation is rapidly passing away, and that the
uc w ueuer lor uieoouin man submission to sucn best chance for terminating the war lies in a
an execution ot the law as ivas achieved in the, prompt and vigorous course of action,
case of Burns. The expense of the recapture of J Wiihin the last few weeks every day ha drawn
Burns cannot fail short of fifty thousand dollars ' the Austrinn vprnm.ni ,J ... :-
And .14 Int. I .,ii'f rnincMl n Ul m : , , rpn,in ilulit w I 1 l . i . i . 1 J
of tins debt, the Sou ill pays for the recovery ff its
stolen property in the proportion that its contribu
tion to th'; federal treasury exceeds that of the
North. Betrer wouil it have been for the. interests
of the South if the Government h id abstained from
which is resolutely but temperately pursued by the
western powers, and the equivocal conduct ol the
King of Prussia, far from shaking the decision of
tfie Emperor Francis Joseph, apears to have in
spired him with the determination to act a nobler
mill n l,-,M..r null lh in m '. ...L I- i
.. endeav,.rs to execute the law had suffered ,he opprobium of the nation he effect, to govern!
Mr JJSlf tun ? TP "f 1,Ud fepa,d l ,0 addilion to !,' r"C' r-dy assembled the
Mr S .tile he full value of h slave. southeastern frontiets of Hungary, Transvivania
Such instances ol the stolen! repression of the nd Croatia, which would immed ate v enter the
popular passion- by military force as we have just Ottoman territory on the occurrence ofhe h eat!
,n Boston, are terrible necessities in a repub- ened disturbance in Mon.ene.rro a co ns ul
nice is now being in .Moravia and Gallici i to pro
tect the important military road north of the Car
pathians, by which the Russians would advance
if Austria were attacked. A Russian division on
its way to Brunn must pass by Austerlitz, and we
entertain no doubt that the Austrian arm v. which
might speedily be assembled for the protection of
lu" " o" operations and the fortress of Olmutz,
would repeat, if necessary, the lesson which the
temerity of Russia received on that spot in 1805.
If it be true that further and recent communica
tions have been addressed to Russia by the cabi
net of Vienna, they can only be in the nature of
n.n au xespousfii executes Us pur-
poees mfa the bayonet, but in free governments
the supremacy of law U dt-pendent on the voluntary
submission of public opinion. Tlie institutions of
liberty cannot co-exist with military violence, and
when a Iree government is driven to invoke the
aid of llr: s .iii n c irrj out its laws, the day
of its overthrow is not remote. Its decay has
already begun, the contagion of insubordination
will rapidly spread, and the exercise ol militarv
power iu the repression of popular outbreaks, will
be no longer a remedy in great emergencies, bur
an expedient of every-Hay and familiar resort.
In such contingency, whatever may be the forms
of government, a military despotism dominates, and
the people nr.; no longer free. We rejoice at the
recap-ure of Burns, hut a lew more such victories,
and the South is undone.
Ii becomes the imperative duty of the people of
the South, in view ol the extraordinary and porten
tous circumstances of the crisi, to concert mens
ures lor their safety and for the protection of those
liuarantees of liberty, which northern violence ex
poses to such imminent hazard. We know that
the pwhlic mind of the South is anxiously engaged
in working out the problem of Somhern duty and
Vstiny, and thai some of the most conservative
and moderate m u amongst us see no Way of
esoip . and no eareer ol glory in the confederacy.
But it is for the North to sav if the Union shall
Charlotte Retail Prices Currcni.
Bacon, sides -Hani3
" Hog round
Coffee . . . .
Lard . . . .
- - . .
Stone-Ware - -Salt
- lb. - - uo a oi
- - lb. - - 00 a 10
- - ib. - - 00 a. t
yd - - 15 a 18
- lh. - - 12i a 15
- Ib. . . 20 a 22
- bushel - - 00 a 80
- gal. - - 35 a 50
- gal. . - 75 a 85
- lb. - - 6 742
- lb. - - 12 a 15
! - lb. . - 28 a 30
- lb. - . 15 20
bush. . 70 a 72
-each - - 00 a 15
dozen . 0 a 10
100 lb. - - 00 a $3
- Ib. . . 30 a 40
-lb. - - i) a 10
- lb. . - 5 a 6
- bbl. . - $12 a 16
- gal. - 2." a 40
bushel - - 00 a 75
- lb. - . 5$ a 6
bushel - - 00 a 40
- Ib. . - 5 a 6
bushel . - 00 $1
bushel - - 00 a 45
bushel - - $3 a $4
- Ib. . - 11 a 124
- lb. - . 5j a 9
- gal. - - 10 a 12d
- sack - 00 a i
. Ib. . . 62 a $1
. . . . 10 a 12i
bushel - - 81 a Si
- gal. - . 30 a 35
ina gal. - . 30 a 45
State of North Carolina,
HECK f. K N'BL'RG COCNTY.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April Term, 1S34.
Hannah Garrison i
v. I Petition for Dower.
B. H. Garrison and others.
1' appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that L.
A. Garrison. Hannah C. Garrison, James JN. uarn-
son,Mary A.G.rrison, and Martha G. Garrison, infant
children of Manson A. Uarnson, iec'ti, are nui resi
dents of this State, but reside beyond the limits of the
same : It is therefore ordered by the Court, that pub
lication be made lor six weeks 111 the Western Demo
crat for the said L. A. Garrison, Hannah C. Garrison,
James N. Garrison, Mary A. Garrison, and Martha G
Garrison to appear at the next term of this Court, to
be held tor the county of Mecklenburg, at the Court
house in Charlotte, on the 4th Monday in July next,
then and there to plead, answer or demur to plaintiff's
petition, otherwise judgment pro confesso, will be
rendered against said defendants.
Witness, W. K. Reid, Clerk of our said Court, at
office, the 4th Monday in April, A.D. 1854, and in the
7th year of American Independence,
june 2, 45-6t (P.f.$5.C2i) W. K. RKlD,c c c.
State of North-Carolina.
Court of Pleas fc Quarter Sessions, April Term, 1 854.
Hugh M. Houston vs. William Fuhvood.
OKllil N A I. ATT A C 11 M K N 1 .
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
J. William r ulwood is not a resident oi this StuU-, or so
couceals himself tint the ordinary process of Law can
not be served on him : It is, tlieretore, ordered by the
the Court, that publication he made for six w eeks, in the
Western Democrat, for the said William Fulwood to ap.
pear at the next term of this Court, to be held in the
Town of Monroe on the first Monday in July next, and
plead, answer or demur, or judgment pro confesso, will
be taken against him
sS?Q'jvTx Ordinanoe. j
Charlotte. April 29, 1854.
At a meetinjr of the Board of Commissioners ; present
' John Rigler, William R. Myers, Robert Shaw, R. McK.
Jamison, and W. W. Kims ; Oa motion, W. H. Myers
I was appointed cliuirman, pro tern.
It is Ordered, I hat a 1 ux for the year laa4, be nssess
cd at the following !';tcs, upon each different object ol
Taxation, as follows, to-wit :
On each S100 value of Real Estate, $0 50
8100 value of Stock in Trade, 30
White Poll, between the age of 21 fe 45 $2 00
" P.lack Pull, M " 12 & 50 2 00
Free Bhck Poll, 2 00
m Grocer nnd Retailer of spirits, $50 00
" Company of Circus Riders, and all
others, subject to pay a Slate Tax,
" Concert, per week,
" " D.iguerreian.
" " Itinerant merchant or Pedler, or hawker of
Goods, wares and merchandize, not the growth or man l
facture ol North Carolina, except Books, a tax of $25 00
On each $100 of Interest, 2 00
' " Phvsieijii, Dt -ntist, Liwyer, &c.. 5 00
M " Carriage oi the value of $75 1 Oil i
" " " " $i00 2 00
" " " " 300 3 00 !
" ' " " S400 or upward, 4 00 j
" Gold Wdtch, 1 00 i
" Silver Watch, 50
" 5M0 value of Gold and Silver Plate, 5!)
On each and every Dog, 1 00
" " Public Dray, 10 00
" " Public tour-horse Omnibus. 10 00
" " " Two-horse Omnibus 5 00
On each Livery Stable, 10 00
may 5 40tf J. B. KKRR, clerk.
TLMS, ALLISON & CO., tate pleasure in announc
! Hi rg to retail dealers and the public generally, that
they are now receiving and selling at unprecedented
prices, by tar the largest and best assorted Stock nt
GrCtri8 ever brought to this part of the State.
It would be to the intetest of those who buy to sell
again to examine their stock before going further, as
they buy and sell tor cash their prices SHALL BK
PARKS & HUTCHISON
A RF receiving nild onpninn llicirfinrinff nnilKiimmp
Witness, James M. Stewart, Clerk of our said Court stock of
Effects of the Storm !
woM most sincerely ask those of our friends
y V and patrons, w ho are in arrears with us, to
think for a moment, that we are obliged to have money
to pay our Debts, and unless they help us, in this way
our interest and credit must seriously suffer. We are
inched, thankful foi trip
shared at their hands hope they will continue it, and ! tervULew T ' Snlith's
be admonished by this notice, to " fork over immedi- I tawba bort Ml" and Morrow's.
Aitun, it not sooner. ucti is the character ol busi
ness that we are compelled to announce, that from and
after the 1st July, we shall be obliged to sell for
PRITCHARD & CALDWELL,
june 9, 1854 No. 3, Granite Row.
at Office, in Monroe, the first Monday of April, A. D
! 1854. J M. STEWART, c c. u. c.
May 18th, 1854. Pr's. $5 50. 44-Gt
Office Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad,
Columbia, May 20, 1854.
PROPOSALS, addressed to the undesigned at Colum
bia, are invited until 1st July, for the delivery, by
the 1st October, of One Hundred Cords of PINE or
OAK WOOD, at each of the following named stations,
to wit: Killian's Mill, Campbell's Mill, Cross Roads,
Kidgeway, Simpson's, Robertson's Winnsboro, Olbian.
w nneuaK, i onguesviiie, Ulai kstock, Cornwell's.Ches-
1- (J., Kbenezer. l a-
Ladies' and Gentlt'uieii's Cress Goods,
lit ttft's Hals, and George's Boots,
Straw Bonnetts, Panama Hats, &.c.
Also, a large stock of
Our Goods were bought at Cash Prices and will be
sold at rates which will satisiv those who mav cive
them a call. april 21 3tf
.l v rca at lie . naMiloa.
The tru- province of ikfl men h.uit is nfit mrrelv
to sell to bs custiHmrs sue b good MtbeyioMy or-
der, but it is incumb- iit upon him to keep kimarll !
o sihii a? to fiiub!o bun not only to purchase to
vMMgn mmni, out ,o advise his
that summons to eavruriio iho nrin.;..!;.;..
- . ..v. . 1. 13 MIL II
wa3 addressed to czar more than two monihs nrr0
by Franco and England, with the approval of Aus
tria. Such a summons is a mere formality in the
present posture of affairs, for, afier the defeats
which the Russian troops have underrnsne, and
thi'irentire failure to justify the opinion which had
loiur been entertained of them, the military repuio.
lion of the army is too deeply compromised lor the
Emperor Nicholas to withdraw it witimu: an at
tempt to retrieve its credit.
With a view to the termination of this distres
sing war by the means which will most effectual
ly disable, the Cz;ir from enrryinjr it on we Bha
curaiaiiy nj ic: lo lind ttmt ttio Austrian jrovern
meni has at length resolved upon mea.ures which
must soon assume a decisive characler. That
course is pre-eminently recommended by the lion
or and the true inter-st of Austria. It will restore
her t the independt m position she ought ever to fill
in Europe, and it will strengthen lu.r connexion
with the western powers, arid more csnprinlU
! witii his country, which has ever found in ihr (.
PURE Old PORT and Madeira WINES, especially
lor medicinal uses, for sale by
june 9 PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
May 20, '54.
C1HLOR1DE SODA, (concentrated,) for destroying
contagion; decomposing pestilential effluvia; pre"
serving Provisions against decay, and neutralizing
strong and offensive odors. For sale by the box, at the
Grainte Drug Store.
june 9 PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
Tuscan Flask Sallad Oil
JRESH and Deli cious, for sale by
june 9, 1654 46tf
liance of Austria the most constant and nerevpr.
regard to all the newest, most economical ami .m. I ino WUrfaHMle to aggression, and one of the firm.
propria.- st hs of goods in hn peculmr branch of! esl !jarricrs f 'f'e peace and stability of Europe.
friide. He thus advances their interest by securing !
to ihean a wider sale nJ a more speedy retnrn of I r"viNG-P.N-. A single law passed by Con
their outlay, and renders their commercial transac- ' Press' suPP'sing it hnd the power, and obeyed bv
Iioiih mutually more advantageous to both parties ! people, would chVct a great reform in the nub
Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gingrer.
JUST received a large and fresh supply admirably
adapted to meet and control the prevailing intes
tinal Disorders at the Granite Drug Store.
june 9 PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber oe. the 7th of April
last, a Bright Mulatto Girl, named SARAH. The
said girl is of medium size, trim, genteel figure,
straight black hair, and has bad teeth laughs' and
looks confused when spoken to. 1 purchased her in
the fall of 1852 of Col. John M. Potts, of Steele Creek,
in which neighborhood she is probably lurking, or she
may be about Providence cr Pineville as she is well
1 will give the above reward if she is taken in this
county, and $15 if in any other county, and delivered
to me in Charlotte.
June 2, 1654. R. p. WARING.
Crockery, Hardware and Groceries,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles,
at a very low fi-rurc.
Their stock consists in part as follows :
300 bbls. N. O. Molasses, fine.
50 lihds. fine Cuba Molasses,
200 bbls. fine N. 0. Sugar,
.100 hhds. " "
1000 sacks of Salt,
15 tierces newr Rice,
500 sacks Rio Coffee, finr,
50 sacks old G. Java,
80 bales Gunny Bugging,
Mining utensils and a general assort-
2 oo j i n en t of heavy Hardware.
C hoice variety of Teas,
Fine Cigars, and the finest Tobacco
ever sold in Charlotte.
Choice variety of all articles kept
for family use.
500 kegs Northern Nails,
10,000 lbs. White Lead,
7,000 lbs. Roping,
100 boxes Adamantine, Sperm and tal
10 casks best London Porter.
60 choice English Dairy Cheese.
All kinds of Produce bought nt the higlirt
CASH prices, or taken in exchange for Grocsriet
at Cash Prices.
ELMS, ALLISON & CO.,
At .Iho. Wells's old stand.
Charlofle, March 31. 36-tf
april 21 39tf
PARKS & HUTCHISON.
Sea ; by J. O.
JRESH and Superior,
at the Granite Drug Store,
june 9 PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
Jly energy, liberality. Md candor, the shrewd mer-
lic health, dimmish the business of doctors and
hnnt.uuites his interests with that o his customers ! ,ht' d' 'n:inds for drugs, nnd prove of incalculable
secure a-n extensive and rierm.-nipiir ir:,H, n,l
due time achieves a fortune.
la ihose braoefcea of business affected not only
bv some erne nil rhinpri in ih- i .,,.,.. t,.
- .'.w in ow h I t i Wl
I.Arw.C. 1.. .1 " 1 r
nriHTHi iu i ma ana lumre generations
e it enacted, that on ihe- first
iooo, every Trying pin in the United Slates be
broken up and sold for old iron, and that no more
Just to Hand.
A V'GE,and frCsh of pure Linseed Oil,
f Carohna manufacture,) where it may always
uc nau m any quantity.
june 9 PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
Vj UTMF.GS , Mace, Spice, Cloves, Peppers, Ginger
1 best articles for sale at '
PRITCHARD & CALDWELL.
Lincoln Machine Shop.
'THE undersigned beg leave to inform the public that
L they have recently rented the Shop and Tools form
erly occupied by Mr. W. Jenks near the Lincoln factory
where they are prepared to turn and finish Mill Irons,'
repair Cotton Machinery, horse powers, and chiefly all
kinds ot Machinery used in this section of country an
the shortest notice, and on terms as reasonable as any
other establishment in this section of country All
persons wishing to have any of th e above-mentioned
work well executed will do well lo ca Hand see us before
"SaS"'S l any oilier establishment.
May 2G, 1854.
J. HYDE & CO..
Lincolnton Factory, near Lincolnton
QTRAFED from the Subscriber, on the 8th instant,
O two Woik STEERS, light brindle, one of them has
but one Eye, and one horn knocked off.
thp new npplicali.Mi ol mechanical skill, but hv -he be maurtfpd henceforth forever. Frvinn
. . . . . " ikn l.l , J "
T Tl f I Orn Poonl C54. l
, --7i"."5 laai is superior in our line
For sale low for ci.sh.
more lit-kle. and olteu nrbilrary behests ol taste or
conventional caprice, the merchant has a fh Id for
ihe rzereice oJ idl those talenta which render the
scholar learned, tin- nnist eminent, and the states,
man illustrious. The candidate for the highest
civic honors has not before him a more worihy ob
ject to prompt his ambitious aspirations. Hence
he often encounters labors and diffh Ui.H'S ri lift nn.
vations with an energy aud sell-deniul which coin
Printing Paper is .Scarce.
Owing to a great scarcity of the raw material,
it has beooeae eery dificuh to procure nrint-
mg paper at anything like- n fair price. We
have latterly been compelled to use a poorer qual
ity th in we did at the commencement of this nl.
time, and yet pay more for each ream. This is j
extremely vexing, but we cannot help ourselves, j
The paper-mahen are verv bmhw. nH
the publishers just ns they please. The press is
no longer independent, and the public might just
us well understand ihe matter first as last. We
surrender for the present, and wait for the "good
time coming." We hop, however, that the pap
er dealers will forgive us when we caution every
pood house wife to be extremely puctillious in sav
ing every scrap that can he turned into paper, by
this means we hope in time to humble the lordly
pretentions ol Hie manufacturers Cannot some ol
our country friends try the virtue of meadow bay
eiraw, corn basks, and all kinds of forest leave's,'
and lei us see if some relief cannot be brought to
ihe down trodden publisher 1 Scientific Ameri-can.
lKl mncl nnu I.L.orvin t' 1 1 i r . .
. mmwmm uuuomm; t, UIOUCS Ol COOliiniJ.
i Pmamh i i . . . &
.7.jr luiag cooKeu oy uns melliod h saturated
with fat or butter, rendered tough, covered uith
emnvrelim oil nnii mula .. i i
.-, ...ui... mini ,is possiuie lor
the human stomach. No rjyrpeptic should ever
eatarythmo fmd. and no one should ever do so
uno would avoid becoming a dyspeptic. Let j
your food be boiled or roasied, or broiled, or baked I
even anything but fried. Frying meat is the i
worsi possible mooe ol cooking; destroying what
ever good qualities it may possess, and exajrger
ating all its badness. And nil this comes of ha?,
mg frying-pans, spiders, and other cast iron abom
inations for making food unwholesome. Good
people, hewn re of the frying-pan; beware of the
fat which it scorches; and beware of (he meat,
and errgs, which it readers unfit lor fnnd r,J Air
r ... u,,.
seen on the Statesville Road, about 6 miles from town,
but suppose that thev crossed nvor to thu na;.e..i
Road, and may now be about the River. A inf..
rion thankfully received and compensation paid for
tro"b,e- BENJ. MORROW.
way in, iaai
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
Exploration of the valley Amazon, by Hcrndop.
A new and complctu Gazetteer oi the United States
by Ruldvvin &. Thomas.
Rural Essays, by A. J. Downing-.
A splendid edition of the Wavcrly Novel?.
Romance of the Revoluiion ; being a history of the
personal adventures, heroic exploits, and romantic inci
dents, as enacted in the War of Independence ; by O. B.
Thrilling- Adventures by Land and
Daring Deeds of American Heroes, with Biograpbial
Sketches; by .1. O. Uraynuui.
The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi ; by
Hot Corn and Paper Bullets, from Love's Pocket
The Old Brewery and The New Mission H juso.
Louis Elton ; by Mrs. M. Herndon.
All en's Domestic Animals, a History and Discription
of the Hurse, Mule, Cattle, Sheep, Swine. Poultry, &.c:
by R. L. Allen. f
The Successful Merchant, or Sketches of the Life of
Mr. Samuel Biidgett; by W in. A rthur.
The Hearth Stone, or upon Homclifu in our cities : by
The Miner's Guide; by I. W. Orion.
Also, u large and spJeiidid assortment of Stationery
OiC. &c. J
" Fly, Ay with lightning's speed,
Be quick, I say, and team to read.5'
ENNLSS &. CRIDER,
Charlotte, april 21 Booksellers and Stationers.
Something- New Again !
W. W. Elms' Splendid Store ii Finished,
INHERE liE. BAUM l" jost recrivtd
M ami is opcniiig an entirely new and well u eeted
&1i?l-n& c3 Summer
and I am now ready lo sell GREAT BA RGAINS lo all
who may favor nie with a call. My motto in QUICK
SALES FOR CASH, AM) SMALL PKni'ITS. My
stock comprises Ladies' Dresse, Lawns, Ri Iks, Tissues,
Bonnets, Ribbons, Undcrsh eve?, Collars, C heminclts.
Silk Glove s of all kinds, Mantillns mnd Talnio, mid n
very large assortmi nt ot Mits for BWdies and Mimics,
and a greut variety of other articles for Ludii s, new
and pretty. And to the Gentlemen I will say, that it
will be to 1 1 it-i r interest to give inc it cull, as I bavo oh
hand a very large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
for Men and children, which I will i-cll CHEAPER
than CHEAP lor CASH, to those who mav favor mo
with a call. jI . IJAL'M,
Next door to Sprat t, Daniel d- Co.
March 31, 18o4 3fitf
PRITCHARD & CALDWELL
Whig will copy the above advertisements.
T'Pi"? has on hand for sale good lot of
1 CEILING BOARDS. Also, 3X3, 3X4 and 4X 6
. ? "r"r 1 "om a ro vi in. wide, and
u u.ijmonsoi Lumber, for sale at his Mill
CunX' TRSPZ b"l? of X Ascription of
" Kougnedge Plank at 40
ir" bwiuict, joKiea on the cars.
Level P.O., S. C, june 9 5t WM. B. ELK1N
THE WHOLESALE GROCERY BUSINESS of the
liatej WILLIAM MILL IK EN, deceased, will be
continued by the subscriber for the benefit of the estate.
The prompt and uniform attention to business which
characterized the late establishment will be striclly ad
hered to in every department, and the continued patron
age of the friends of the deceased is most respectfully
solicited by. BAZILE LANNEAU
Charleston, May 13 43-3w. Executor.
THE largest and most varied stock of CIo'.Ikp , Onsf i.
X meres, and Vesting. Linnen, Drill, Plain and Fancv.
A so, a general stock ot Gentlemen's wearing apparal,
which we offer at New York cost. A ny person wanting
,. ... i,cu iu can immeai.ilelv ns wc are de
lermineo to sell out
Piedmont Sulphur and Chalybeate
Of Burke County, N. C, Sixteen miles North
V!l,!l: !t ah?)e atod Spring res.
- r-- v ie puonc generally, that he has
enlarged his Rnacmns nrinn,mn.i.i: l . . "as
licult ol di-estun, that vour dnvs mav hm 1. enlarged his spacious uccomml.in. i.' 'l-.. ?"
il.r. I.....I A':.. .-.. r. ... . ' J ""t ad.liiin... ; .7 vU.,.,ueraoie
-yu-iiui. s journal. t " "UY pspreo to receive a la
Plants and friuis have a local nature, which is
altered on a change of place. So have insects:
i ii.iiiieieon is not llie only reptile which
Us character and its color to its domieile
mals, as well as vegetables, are wrought upon by
latitude nnd longitude- The wool of the sheen
turns to hair in the tropics. The hogs of the
mountains of Parnmas, instead of the bristles of
u.e original stocK, Have a thick fur, often cr
anc sometimes an under coat o( wool
Dr. M Lanes Vekmifi'c.e. During a practice
of more than twenty years, McLane had attended
innumerable patients afflicted with every form of
worm disease, and was induced to annlv all th.
enemies of his mind m ilm A'.r.., r .
A JJEAfOS S lilOTATIO.V Of N riptI BE 0 tiiv lUL'e, Of Worm dpstrnvpr n,m ;.. .
U - "t'-m vi.nii i iii is fiipnc
. " "aikk. iir. occreta- , ms tanors is the American Worm
ry Harey recently told an anecdote at a dinner j Specific, now before the public, which is perfectly
party in this city, which runs thus: He said that se, nnd may given alike to children of the most
a lew weeks since, Got. Seymour, of New York, nder ge, or to the aged adult ; it purges mildlv
wrote to him, Ifcnl smee he had vetoed the liquor d subdues fever, and destroys worms with in
law he had rec.eved various letters from gentle- j variable success. It is easy of administration and
men in various parts of the Slate, both approving as it does not contain merc'urv in any form what
anu a.sippjov.ng ol his course in ;!ie premises. j 'ver, no restrictions are necessary with regard lo
-Amon" them was one f-oni an hnnnvt .. i. ; dnnL-i,r iri - :. : , . . ?
--.....!, umi ; ....i. v-v-.u ....ii,, ,,,,, IS i-apauie oi aoiiiT tiip i
least II iurv to tlie tender.-st inhnt A . ;
- . - - - .in iim r ) (
nnnir H., ... II . f. " -m-
v-;- w. apure no pains to contribute to the bene
fit and gratification of those who favor him will, their
This delightful Summer Retreat cannot be surpassed
by any of the fashionable Watering Places W ff
Slate of North Carolina. Here Invillds as weH "hot
seeking pleasure, mav find & S..,T,m- .: j .
, , - - - .......w. icoiuuHup, caicu-
ated to reutore lie lost energies of the Physical consti
tution, and gratify the most fastidious.
By calling on Dr. HaoDoIdt. nnnrin..ri.. a
tain Hotel," ,n Morganton, every necessary information
ITTI. '"''-otthee water-can
ROBISON & REA.
DJ-.ua leave respectfully to announce to th
Ladies of Charlotte and the nublic that h. nr
just returned irom the Northern cities, and is now open,
ing a fashionable and choice selection of
Bonnet Trimmings, Fancy Articles,
Caps, Artificials, Head-Dresses,
together wich a variety of French MILLINERY, &c.
Having secured the services of an experienced Dress
maker and .Ylillinpr fi-i-vm DI,;ij.ii.:. .
R22& d SARSAPARILLA dent that she can '.S'j
Drancnes oi the business. Nn nair.s will l. .
please. Orders from a distance thankfuilv i;v.,i
WW. . w.
V. here to buy Cheap!
Y7E have just received and opened a very large and
VV handsome slock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
For the Ladies we have Dress Silks, Ucnrgcs, Silk
I issues, Printed Jackouet, figured and solid colors,
Lawns, Embroidered Skirts, Talmas, Maiitilbir.-, Visites
.'iu y line vrapc Miawls, u mghains, Calicoes and Mi
lins from o'i cents nnd up.
Also a very pretty selection of
ISOOTS and SHOES.
For the Gentlemen we have
Ready-Made Clothing, White and
Brown Linen, Farmer's Satin,
Wc also have a large stock of
I ) UtER. at Oiir flnc -. 1 ..... .
: ., . oalc , wtiotesaie and re-
tail. Also, LEMON SYRUP at wholesale un,J retail bV
H. SEVERS & CO.,
May 19 43 f Opposite the Court-house.
A Boy, from 12 to 16 years of age, to learn the Saddle
and Harness business. Apply immediately to
3 doors below Sadlers hotel, Ch.arlo.te, N.'c
May 19, 4854. 43;tf
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber for old claims
who prefer settling bv law. nan hnv.
ty of doing so after the 13th of May. 1 intend to leave"
North Carolina, and I expect to leave in a , ,i
nnnciat.ons and handsome epithets for demanding my
just dues, which have long been withheld fro in nn. hut
ft"' wSLeS?rlOU" eralificati of knowing that
April 24, 1854. 41-3t S. B. WATSON.
We respectfully solicit a cJl from all those wishing
to buy Cods. It will afford us a great deal ul pleasure
to show our Coods, whether persons buy or not; sml us
regards price we arc determined lo sell as LOW as nr.w
house in Western Carolina. And all wc ask is an ex
animation of our Goods nnd prices. Call and see u
1IKOVVN, BttAWJLEY CO.
Chnrlotle, March 31, 1854 3(Jif
and carefully packed and forwarded,
april 14, 1851
Matresses ! Matresses I !
rZENNERLF & QUIXN, take pleasure i
IV mg to the public that thev arc maimlaetiirio.r M'
bs at their Rooms in the Biscinerit of ih,; Rrllr
June 9, 1854.
JAMES C. ESTES, Proprietor.
A Painter Wanted.
A G.OD HOUE PAINTER, who is a ,.
IX and can come recommended as as fine finisher can
obtain immedia i.,i . '""er, can
... r.'M.uM(-iu emp ovment bv in
q-iring of the subscriber at Charlotte N C
rpHE "ndersigned having been appointed at Ap.il
apr.l 28, '54 40-3t H. K. DEARMOND.
Building, occupied by Br van & Thorn
invite ail who may desire springy and wt II made Mat
tresses to call and examine for themselves. Orders from
a distance solicited, and promptly attended to.
OT The highest price paid in Cah for Vood drv
shucks. 1i K.fi
April 14, 1854. W-
ftNLLIXERY AND DHESS MAklXG.
MRS. WHEALAN would ipiiPr-tfuii,r
ypff' hor thanks to the l.adi es ol ( ' h rlr.t to ami
ty, for the liberal patronage bestowed on her during
MllTrT0 arU' 1,avi" c"Kag " experienced
MILLIE l.R, she is now prepared to carry on the
Millinery 6c Dress Making Business,
in all its various branches. DUBONNETS made and
iSii hene"t,e8t ''"r1 manner.
lp Residence 3 doors South of Sadler's Hotel.
April 7, i854. 37-t!
Brick Yard Hands Wanted.
WVSlfcS!? ?" hig.heSt Pncesf the hire of 8
V or 10 hands to work in the BrirL- Vr.i ai
. Timediately to
June 9, 1S54.
TAYLOR & ALLISON
"; uia " ir centre ol the State, hIiicIi commend-
i'.n. "J '". 'I he old gen. number of worms have been expelled by this ereat
tleman alluded to informed the Governor that he ' vermifuge. 3 g
7 "eepiy interested ... he debates of boll, sides
of the quesiion, and did not let one -Mot nrliitl."
w - -
It Il ul 1A : A ..i .
. aw i .v I It: ?;iltl fll nl
t iwwnvu uii
v. , vnes.s to nevelat.on, in order to see
now the liquor question was there treated, and af
ter mature dei.beraiion he came to the conelus.on
that all the great and good men, as Noah, Moses,
U.vid. Solomon and Jesus; not only were partak
ers of the -rosy," but recommended it to others :
a word, ,n his researches he only found one in
stance (that of -Dives") whom ' n.j
r.A ... . . . ' " tineu mr
win nnr. mwl !( K.. ..
...... inii n (i g
Purchasers will please be careful to ask for Dr.
Jit-Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge, and ink nnn
his j else. All other Vermifuges, in comi nrison. nri
ortbleY. I)r. McLane's genuine Vermifuge,
also his Celebrated Liver Pills, can now be hacfat
all respectable Drug Stores in the United Slates
and Canada. 46 2w
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
TflK SU,bf Tlh1T abo,,t making a changein his busi
X MU takes pleasure in informing the public, that
he will sell his entire Stock of
BOOTS, SIES,HATS, CAPS, &c.,
June 2, 1854 49tt At tl e sign of Big Boot.
Cleaver's Celebrated Honey Soap.
W AtJE? Wiith !heo"ina' t. for rendering
r . uVL ft and whl,p- Als. Honev Soao
Low's White W nd.nr n ol,. D:L . . C fT0aP
1 WALDALJER his resumed the Dookbinding Bu
iTV. sincss, and is ready to receive work, which will
be done in the best workmanch.'r. - .
l j 7- - uimi an i-nean as can
be done in u other establishment of the kind Re
ferences to that fact, by Rev. C. Inh,n v
ringer, Esq., Charlotte , Miller & James, J. j. Bn.ner
Dr. Summere), L. B aclfmcr. Vn nt u' .; "ner
and a creat manv nth., -.l.illl 11 "V' Kn' W
, . ai .ansDury. He
may always be founu at the stand where G. Ba reman
& Co. formerly kept Store, next door to Elms's Gro-
Gentlemen, Come and See us,
AND we can fit you out, from the " crown of your
.lead to the sole of your foot." We can puthe
Gloves on vtS f itCrS n 'Ur lhe fit Kid
Sh?r rUT .1dg' r,,rnish yu wi,h Prettiest
f ; ,fi"rSt, - lotl- d Cas.imer,., and the br,t
,.. oi any one in this whole cot-
SPIUTT, DANIEL & CO.
TS!!!i!" :.S abr0ad that undersigned i
" . s " " . 3 "u"ess ior the purpose of disrnn.
He takes this
i ( r
A jT Accounts and otesin favor of M. W. Robi
must ho trt, k .u. Jr ana
. . -f l"c April next or their NotP
and Accounts will be placed in Officers hands f0V c0"
lection without reserve. co'
tinuing his trade
distinctly that such is not his intention
n hi n '"TJ L- !?eUCe an" ca"y he business
-" " wpiTOimiiij and nopes to merit a contin
"ance of the patronage of his old friends and cusome?,
by giving them trood fit, ;., r.k:ui. ' . 8I0mers
. o ... 1UC 11
April 28, 1854. 40
Charlotte, March J7, '54
R. M. STERLING.
P. S. Mr. J. P. SMITH is authorised to .mie
Snuff! Snuff! Snuff!
in h 1, where he
1 'f;IVKD'a cKho'ce lot of Lorillard's, Amer- T'HE subscribers manufacture Mini
Gramteru" Store. ' " mh " d - Pressure Pumping, Stamp
CO" A bed ol Qvpsua was recently discovered
near Lynchburg, Va. uvtrtu
June 9 PRITCHARD & CAL D W ELL.
NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE
ining Machinery, at
n n l n anil M , :
j Steam Engines ; Cornish rvxrs, Stamps, Civsmers
Winches, Iron Blocks. Pi i.lets of all sizes. .d
variety of Machinery lor Mining purposes
THOMAS, CORSON & WEST
june 2, 1854 45-ty
OrncE Cn ARLoxTE &, Sot th Caroltna Railroap,
Columbia. Mav 21 ion
A r f- t-. -r- . ' J '9 . 1
u w 18KJ 1 AK1FF on FRFIGHT
TWO BOYS from 12 to 15 year, of age, to learn the
X 1 adoring business. Apply to
apr,114 26.2m D. L. REA.
Ladies, Your Attention!
AVE have the largest assortment of Mantillas that
M ever was opened in thi- mnri, , ' !."
$50,a.? of the aes lJl,"ng,n? I' $5 to
"Pril 14 SPKATT, DANIEL tt CO.
TEtinZ '0t f SILKS ever bht mar--I
Kej embracine even- i-ari.iv ii:.i
all the different Shades of ?. int. '"a
1 n") "in ur. j t j Ul (1 ir
. SAT'iDANlEI, 6c COS.
Straw Bonnets. '
STRAW Bonnets and Flats, both for grown persona
and infants. Call soon before they are picked "ver!
gPgfrTT. DANJEL it eo.
W large stock of Domestic, Plaids, and
V V Manchester Ginghams, for servant.1 wear
SPRATT, DANIEL & CO.
rj'HE finest-stock of ROBES, both Barege and Muilin
J. Prin ted and Embroidered, at -7
SPRATT, DANIEL & CO.
A Tremendous Stock
05552? d JackoJnett8 Swiss and Organdie., Beauti-
JmaaV& ""I" V"y larKe 8,0tk of Gingham., i
Apr.tl4,54; 3Stl SPRATT, DANIEL & Co.
rrvrTahf for sPratt Daniel tx Co.:
I HKY have the laree&t stW r o-u..
I I i . . ... - - uc( n a 1 fvnr
iinuvnT T n rhi. i . - -
r ---e antl lney are nre..v . . M
" Mining; Machinery."
ORNISH PUMPs i.e.: j .
I , , . arming una rorcine.
J Crushers. Stimnr t-- e'
M;; J "j" ' . engines, and general
s,.,,u-ue Dyioe.ubscriber.at short notice
LANG, COOK & CO.,
Refer to Hyd.on Machine Work.,
. J... J. Hodge, E.o., NeW-VorkHad'n' N'
rpHIS incomparablv nnn i.....:..i . .
II i , , ' ""uiiiui ariiclc i
.rL. - " f "" '"j. ecloUS, an(I ccor.omir.l
w.,r: acs.reu may be used as a substitute for anri I , .
same manner as Arrowroot. Tk. , an ,, le
in rlueh it is held, and ihe ImZenjlJ-T'
has induced nther. to flood KSEhKS S
article of the same riumr. t? ' lh "? ,n.f"or
prepared exnrcslv (nr . r nCd, and
Lirug- and 0 hcmical Store of
.eFby & SON'S Gait" Shoe S'Tper. for
"ly at the
FISHER & HEINITSH.
SPRATT, DANIEL & CO.
riMBRELLARS and Parasols of every varieTy
L to we by SPARTT,DIKl C0.
rVHE Ribbons! The Ribbon.?; Oh! the GlovTTi
1 the Glove.!! and cheap, to be had at WoTe
SIT ATT, DANIEL & CO.'S.
EMBROIDERS of y v.rWtr, 7
For sale at this offic