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WESTERN DEMOCEAT, CHARLOTTE, N. C.
for the Wcstrrn Democrat.
THE GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN.
Composed by a Fanner To years old, who ! near
Hail thou Grandfather, in thy might,
Thy craggy peaks, thy towering height,
Far and wide extends thy fame,
And many thousand- lisp thy name.
Thou giant monarch of the twain,
With time began thy peaceful reign;
The little hillocks round thee greet,
Like waiting subjects at thy feet.
Pile upon pile the cliff- arise
And seem to mingle with the skies,
And round thy ancient crest display
Their waving locks of n-ver'd gray.
Though vivid lightnings o'er thee flash,
And deep-toned thunder round thee crash,
And raging tempests earth doth shake,
Thej ne'er thy culm repose can break.
Thou, in thy craggy bosom, rear
The prowling wolf and savage bear,
While the wild (h er thy herbage crop,
And foxes sport upon thy top.
Aroond thy breast wild roses grow,
And groves of balsam fan thy brow,
While rivers trickling from thy feet,
To distant lands and climes retreat.
Thy costume changes with the year:
In Autumn yellow robes appear,
Hut witli December's cntting blast,
A snowy mantle 's o'er thee cast.
Thy beauteous grandeur we admire,
!ut more the Power that built thy spire.
For thy proud form would scarce be miss'd
If blotted from creation's list.
Country lads often feel that their lot is a hard
. 1 hey see city hreu youngsters on
i hey see city breu youngsters on then
travels and their sprees at t lie age of fourteen !
veritable young gentlemen, with :i finished exterior,
a seirar and a cane. The voans farmer at the
same age finds himself with a hoe in hand and a
cheap straw hat on his head, sweating among the
lulls ol coin, lie is ireuent!y envious of h is city
brother whisking past him in the cars with kid
gloves, delicate ringlets, and plenty of money in
Mind your corn, boy; hoe it out clean, keep
steadily to the labor you have in hand, do it well,
and in time your good days will come too. If
you find farming is not suited to your taste, or
your strength, or circumstances if you like
mechanism hetier, or have a capacity for business,
whatever eventually you may engage in, it is all
the same, you have begun right. The city blades
have begun wrong; and in due time you will see it.
Their lathers ami mothers will, in the end, see it
too. o not feel envious of the pleasures that a
hothouse man enjoys; hut remember, not in a
malicious, but sober spirit, that such plants wither
early. JJy the time you have act ui red fixed habits '
ofindustry, and acquired a Corresponding perfection
of mind and hotly, your delicately reared eotemporary
ofthe town begins to feel the debilitating effects
of idleness and dissipation, lie is not alone to
blame for a weak body and a profitless mind; it is
the result oi a system; but he cannot escape from
its effects; these be must endure for himself in
his own person. His father may be a professional
man, or a merchant, or may be merely rich; the
chances are fifty against one that the son will not
rep! ice his father. Such is the result of well
settled experience; business falls into the hands of
those who are most competent; it does not descend
to heirs. It is the country boys after all who do
the city business. Observing men have often
stated this fact; and iutjtiire into the origin of
Cleveland, or Boston, or New York, you will find
it to be so. All external circumstances are in
favor of the son or the clerk succeeding to the
trade of the ol i linn ; but the son seldom, almost
never, dtes in the position ol a partuer of the house.
Why is it? Simply because habitual industry is
wanting; habitual indulgence is not wanting.
A ith all the external odds against it, the country
furnishes the cities their principal business men.
If intelligent, faithful and persevering, and above
all, moral, honest, steady, cheerful and coatented,
the chances are that the lad with the hoe will
eventually do the business of the father of the lad
in gloves, who is now luxuriating iu his travels.
OIi to Farmer.
TROUBLES ABOUT MARBIAUfc IN ROY AL ClBCLES.
Aii offer ot man iasre in Knuland has been reeentlv
made by the Puke ot Rutland to the Princess
Mary, sister of the Dnke of Cambridge. The
Trim-ess, whose affability and good humor are
deemed her chief attractions, docs not conceal her
wish to accept her only suitor. The Puke is neither
a Very wi:e or very handsome man; but he is very
rich, very well bred, and very amiable. In short,
he would probably make her an excellent husband,
and she would make him an excellent wife.
Nevertheless, it seems it must not be. The consent
of the parties thentselresis, under the circumstances,
not enough. y the provisions of the Royal
Marriage Act, passed some ninety years ago, to
gratify the tyrannic will of George 111, no member
ot the reigning family can legally contract matri-
ROH1 Wlinoui tne assent Ot tnc sovereign personally
..1 ..! ,
declared. Her Majesty's ideas of the ascendancy
which her notions of State policy ought to have in
all matters of the kind, which are somewhat like '
those of her grandfather, resolutely refuses to
allow any mingling of royal blood with that of her
nobles, the fear oi' seeing some of her own
innocent ofi'sprinLr follow the example of her uncles
and graml-iineles, governs het ahsolutelv; and the
requisite license has conseqoentlj been refused to
her unhappy cousin, who appears destined to
wither and pine ou the lruitless stem. iueh are
Borne of the incidents of tttouarchj as established
bv statute amongst the Brittoas.
DftKABTUL RESULTS FROM HTOROPHOBIA A
letter from Portsmouth, Ohio, writtuu by a lady
to her husband in Louisville, makes mention of an
extraordinary circumstance. A shot t time ago a
young lady was bitten by a dog. Hydrophobia
manifested itself on her, and while contincd by the
disease she bit her sister, who was waiting; cu her.
The sister was attacked by the same disease, she
Uit tne motuer. au three were alive ar tee-fast
accounts, but were all raving mad, and there was
no prospect of t heir recovery.
A POOK AND HIS MONKT SOON PaKTED.
SVnor Oviedo, the old Cuban of sixty years, who is.
aoout 10 marry me young ana DetWUBl ZUKH Jart-
lott. of Xew YorL, is spending his money ly. thou-
sands lor jewelry. His purchases in diamonds and
other knick-knacks, of one Broadway establish- I
r;r up .r pro,y '
little sum of fcoS,0U0. One U the sweetest trifles j
of the lot was a pair of Single-Stoned blecve buttons j
for ?2,UU0. 1
A man who don't believe the world is grow- j
ing any better, says the time may come when the
lion ami the lamb shall he down together, but he
thinks the lamb will be inside of the lion.
Sox sot Malta. "Jeeius" was recently initiated A NW Fashion. Among the novelties re
intotbe order ofthe Sons of Malta, and graphically cently introduced for ladies' apparel, is a new ar
describes his introduction into the "vale of mystery," tide of suspenders. They bear rf einblance to
as follows : I those worn by gentlemen, except they are made of
Vou are first crabbed and thrown into a tub of
coj wator ami forthwith several large men begin
! to stick pins into you. Hauling you out of the
tub of water, they rush you into another department,
and now new men make a lune after you, dressed
in disguise, and immediately commence pouring
hot molasses into your hair and boots. Meanwhile,
a stream of cold water is flooded on to you, and
a man dressed in black thrusts a snuff box in
front of jour nose, and all at once you begin to
sneeze vociferously, and the eager crowd begins to
laugh and hurrah. Shoving you further along,
the chief men and bottle-washers grab you by the
nose, hair and coat tail, i.nd in this way rip every
bit of dry goods loose from your person, and again
i the crowd roars with tumultuous laughter at your
' nude state, with five or six men holding on to your
hair and toes, forcing you up a soaped pole with
j pins and sharp sticks. You now begin to think
; you are forsaken by all good people, and the devil
j has certainly got possession of you, knocking you
j on the head so that you see stars as numerous as
! they are in the milky way. Vou are handled in
! this kind of tantalizing way for two hours, when
; the officers give you a large dose of liverwort and
tar, and then turn you loose.
An Honest Man. When railways were in
their infancy in England it was supposed that they
would injure the estate through which or near
,.1., i.i ! i- i i . m:..: ..,
which they ran, and the hnglish Cabinet Minister,
Mr Labouchere's father, received the compensation j
I nl' I ".. I'.... .... I...... ilalnnuint nf ttia
ui vicv,vov mji an i uiuc i 1 1 u i j uuulhv v huc
'sort. After his death, his sou, finding that there
was no injury to the estate from the vicinity of the
! railway, but the contrary, refunded the 9150,000.
I will expose to public sale at the Court House in
Charlotte on Tuesday of the County Court, in October
next, the TRACT OF LAN I) on which Archibald Frew
now lives. A credit of six months will be given for ,
Note and security
JAMES W. OSBORNE, Trustee.
. AT 1" "T lir 13 f P T T
IvAlXlYllN CV MA Li, 1 1 JM
Wilmington, N. C.
BOTIT. C. RANKIN.
Aug. 30, i8.y. ly-pd
Wilmington Branch 2d Store below T. II. JJrem Co.
ESPECTFULLY inform their numerous custom
ers of Charlotte and the surrounding country,
thev are selling off the balance of their stock of
Fancy ailfl Staple Dry CwOOCls,
gg f .-j o) f gHE RAQI !k WHO 52 3,
for Gents', Youths' and Hoys' wear. Hoots, Shoes,
Hats. Caps. Trunks, and a lull supply of
Bonnets Flats and Hats
Bonnet Ribbons and French Flowers,
all of which will he sold at reduced ju ices. Also, a
large and beautiful assortment of Lace Points, Berage
and Linen Dusters, all of the latest sty ie.
The above named (loods must lie closed out by
the tirst of October to make room for our Fall stock.
We have the best and largest assortment of Ladies"
and Misses' Gaiters, Hoots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, and Bonnet Boxe
Attention is called to the large stock ot
it being made up in the most substantial manner, and
is equal to that sold by any other house in the Union,
and is a choice and fashionable stock.
Gents' Fitmishiuej Goods of every Style.
This is positively a dosing sale, as every article must
be sold by the 1st October. Merchants and others are
requested to call and examine before making purchases,
as they will find it to their interest to do so. They
ran buy from 25 to 50 per cent cheaper than at any
We always keep on hand the best anil cheapest as
sort ment-uf GROCERIES, Hardware. Cedar Ware, ic.
Daniel K a a x w e i lc a,
Charlotte, Aug. 30. Jacoi: Kauxwkii.eh.
KAHNWEILER k P.ROS. respectfully inform the
Ladies of Charlotte and vicinity, that thev will
open on or about the 1st of October, a MILLINERY
DEPARTMENT, under the superintendence of MISS 1'.
PFIEL, who is acknowledged by persons of taste to
suit and please the most fastidious
Aug. 30, i860.. tf
The undersigned begs leave tocall the attention of the 1
public to the fact that he is now ready to fill all orders '
for making Steam Kuffinis.Miyilrtiulic Cot- ; n, M ie Plotr (patented by .1. P. Harris of Missis
ion M'rcsses .utd all kind ot Machinery. ! .csses the advantage of combining FOUR
LATHE MACHINE Browns patent self-feeding j PLOWS IN ONE. It can be laid five times and sharp
mammoth Bathe Machine will be made to order- It is j ened twelve times without the aid of a Black raith. It
warranted to cut 50,000 laths per day, and is regarded can be used the whole season without any additional
as the greatest invention of the day. Every saw mill expense. For sale at the
should have one attached, for it saves all the refuse 1
lumber The right to said machine can be purchased -
f the subscriber for either of the followinc named
counties: Mecklenburg;, Gaston, Lincoln. Cabarrus,
L nion and Anson.
AlAs KIXDS OF AST1 PJS
ja Iron and Brass or other auiUla MADE AT SHORT
NOTICE AND REDUCED PRICES. Particular atten
tion given to the making and repairing of Thrashing
Machines, Horse Powers, Cotton Gins, .Mill Work, and
Agricultural Works of all kinds.
Blacksmith ing, Jobbing Work. Wagon Work, and
Horse Shoeing, dune with dispatch.
All Work must be PAID F0II when
DELIVERED, as cash has to be paid for every thing
uecessary to carry on the establishment.
ScsT All orders for work must be specified in writing
so that the work and specifications mav agree.
feS-All contracts connected with the concern must
be made with the undersigned alone.
J. M. HOWIE, Practical Engineer, will give his con
stant attention to the business. All letters on business
will be directed to Charlotte Foundry.''
J. A. FOX, Proprietor.
Charlotte, N. C, July 12, 1859 tf
Corn Shelters, &.c.
NO. 54 VESEY STREET, NEW-VOBK CITY.
A. F. M. k Co. would respectfully inform Southern
Merchants and Dealers in Agricultural Implements,
that I hey are slill manufacturing all kinds of both
Steel and Iron Southern Plows. Plow Castings. Corn
Shelter. Grain Cradles, flay and Stalk Cutters. Fan
Mills, Store Trucks. Garden and Canal Barrows, Gin
Gear Segment Custings, &c., Ac, expressly for the
Southern Trade. Also, on hand, all kinds of Agricub.
pr;ces than any other house in the United States. They
have a descriptive Wholesale Price Catalogue, which
they will furnish on application by mail or otherwise.
All Good. warranted to be as represented.
A. F. MAYHER fc CO., No. 54 Vesev St., N. Y.
Successors to John Mayher Co.
(Who established the busiuess in 1S20.)
Send for a Price List.
Sept. C, 165y 3m-pd I
delicate vvnite elastic laonc, w in iru.eueuge aooui
one inch wide, and are attached to the skirt by
"Where was John Rogers burnt to death?" in
quired the teacher of one of the pupils, who re
sponded that he couldn't tell. "Joshua knows,"
said the little girl at the foot of the class. "Well,
if Joshua knows he may tell," said the teacher.
"In the fire," said Joshua, looking very solemn
and. Stove Depot.
A. A. N. TAYLOR
WOULD respectfully announ-je to the public that
he continues to carry ou business at the store
on the West Corner of Public Square, where he keep?
constantly on hand the largest assortment of
ever offered in North Carolina: among which will be
found the celebrated Iron Witch Cooking Store,
which has gained such a famous reputation in t lie
.Southern country for the last eighteen months. This
Stove he warrants superior to any cooking stove now
in use. It is simple in its arrangements, consumes less
fuel, and does more work in a given time than any
other Stave in use. He has all kinds of
Parlor and Box Stoves ;
. . . .i . . -it-. -
ami Keeps constantly an extensive una varied oioc in
,. ' , . . ...
in ti't't-l fii. .in mi ,i Hint firirii it ii f il ft'
Jirass Ki ttles, Cost Iron Bedsteads, Cast Iron
Ware, Hat Racks, Cradle, dec,
all of which will be sold, Wholesale and Retail, cheap
er than lias ever been before ottered in this vicinity.
He would return his thanks to his friends and cus
tomers for the very liberal patronage they have bestow
ed upon him, and hopes to merit a contiuance of the
His motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits.''
SSf All kinds of JOB WORK attended to with dis-
patch: and all ORDERS will be faithfully and prompt
Charlotte. July I, 1859.
A T MORR O II" S Tl RN- O U T.
The subscribers respectfully inform the people of the
surrounding country that they hare reduced the prices
of their stock, consisting of
Dry ools, Roots, Shoes, lints,
Caps & Keatfy-aiiatle dotliiiis'.
Also, a great variety of other Goods, which will be sold
regardless of cost.
Fine Kobe Dresses worth $5 00 at $2 50
Mantillas li a 00 at 2 50
Shawls " 4 00 at 2 00
Bonnets " 8 oo at .; 50
Hoop Skirts " 2 50 at 1 25
Fast colored Prints " 15 ar 10
Bleached and unbleached Domestics at New York prices.
and the prices of all other Goods kept in store will be
reduced in proportion to the above.
HAMMERSHLAG & M FN DHLS.
Morrow's Turn-out. July 5. J85! tf
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Incorporated A. D. 1810. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized capital $1,000,000
Capital paid in 500,000
A3SFTS JANUARY 1.
Cash on hand and in Hank
Cash in hand of Agents and in transit.
Heal Estate unencumbered (cash value)
Bills receivable, amply secured
2.404 Shares Bank Slock in Hartford,
2,200 ' " New York,
710 " " " Boston,
100 shares Bank of the State of Missouri,
State and city Bonds, 0 per cents,
Bail Road Stocks,
United States' Treasury Notes,
John 1. Brace,
Charles .1. Buss.
Timo. C. Allyx, Secretary,
C. C. Lyman, Astittant Sec'it
II. Huntington, President.
Wn. N. Bowers, Aetuaru.
This old and reliable company, established for near
ly fifty years, continues to Insure against loss or dam
age by Fire on dwellings, furniture, warehouses, stoi cs,
merchandise, mills, manufactories, and most other
kinds of property, on its usual satisfactory terms.
Particular attention given to insuring Farm Property,
consisting of Dwellings. Barns and Gut-buildings con
nected, and Furniture. Five Stock. Hay, Grain, Farming
Utensils, &c. contained in the same, for a term of three
to five years at low rates of premium.
Applications for Insurance may fie made to the un
dersigned, the dnlij authorized Agent for Charlotte and
Losses equitably adjusted at this Agency, and paid
immediately, upon satisfactory proofs, in funds current
in the cities of Xew York or JJoxtoit, as the assured may
Thomas W. Dewey,
June 23. 185'.). y Agent at Charlotte.
A T T U N T I O , F A K M K R S !
July 10 ls59. tf
(DESIGNS FURNISHED AND BUILDINGS
j COMPLETED ON THE MOST REASON
ABLE TERMS, AND IN EVERY
STYLE OF ARCHITECTURE,)
On College sired, corner of Eighth street.
Charlotte, N. C.
WOULD most respectfully announce to the Citizens of
' Charlotte and surrounding country, that he still con
i tinues the above business in Charlotte, where he is
prepared to furnish DOOBS, BLINDS AND SASH, to
the public on the most reasonable terms, and on the
, shortest notice.
Having a great many small claims for work done.
' scattered all over the country, he is determined to
' change his method of doing business and hereafter will
require CASH for all work done in his Machine
! Shop, before removal.
Jan. 25, 1858. tf
j ""STMT HOWELL,
Saddle and Harness
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
ONE BOOR SOUTH of the MANSION HOUSE.
B- Repairing promptly and neatly done.
Jan. 1. 1859. j
C ASH PAID FOR HIDES,
BY . TVI- HOWELL,
ONS DOOR SOCTU OF THE MANSION' HOUSE.
Jan'y I, lSoi. tf
NEW DRUG STOKE,
Charlotte, A. .
E. NYE HITChTsON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign & Domestic Drugs,
! ARK now receiving Fresh and Genuine Drugs from
the New York market, which have been purchased upon
I such terms as to be sold low for cash. We would respect
fully call the attention of the public to our stock of
Snow White Zinc,
s Tanners' Oil,
Pure hperm Oil
Chrome Green, Train Oil,
Chrome Yellow, Machinery Oil.
Paris Green, Lubricating Oil
1 Spanish Brown,
Sea-Elephant Oil, Lamp Oil,
I'utty iu cans,
Venetian Red, Kerosene Oil,
Turpentine, Castor Oil,
Burning Fluid, Sweet Oil,
London Porter, Olive Oil,
Canton Teas, Paint Brushes,
Graining Brushes, Steel Graiuers,
Fresh Congress Water,
Eng. Finishing Varnish,
Fresh Citrate Magnesia,
apans. Window Glass (French)
Black and brown
ICE SODA WATER.
June 14, 1 859.
SPRING AND SUMMER
By Koopmann Sl Phelps.
The subscribers return their thanks to the public for
the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on them,
and would respectfully inform their friends and cus
tomers that they have received a large stock of
Goods for the
Spring and Summer Trade,
which they will sell as cheap as the cheapest. They
feel certain that they can give satisfaction both in price
A large lot of Ready-made Clothing
of various styles and qualities, on hand, at reduced
GROCERIES, Hardware, &c,
Of all kinds, kept constantly on hand and for sale on
the most reasonable terms.
They invite purchasers to give their extensive stock
an examination before buying elsewhere.
"KOOPMANN & PHELPS.
April 10, 1850
S TO K E HO 8JSE FO R S A I JR.
Jhr The subscriber offers for sale that large brick
Store House, next to the Court House. In addi
tion to a lartre store room, it has three rooms in
the second story, suitable forOftiees of any kind.
Also, a lot at Davidson College with comfortable
buildings thereon. J. II. MAXWELL.
August 2, 1850 tl.J-pd
Land for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale all his Lands lying in
the county of Inion, on the waters of Goose and Crook
ed Creeks, viz: One tract lying on the waters of Crook
ed creek, adjoining Dr. E. C. Alexander, John Foard.
Robt. Mann and others; one other tract adjoining said
tract, and John A. Lemmond, Henry Sheill and others.
Also, one tract on the waters of Goose creek, adjoining
Dr. K. O. Alexander, Eli Stewart, the Marion Gold
Mine and others; together with another tract adjoining
A. F. Stevens and others, lying on both sides of the
Lawyers' Road leading from Charlotte to Wadesboro.
Any or all of the above-named lands will be sold
privately to any person desirous of purchasing between
this and the 1st October next.
TERMS made known on application to the subscri
ber near Eli Stewart's in Fnion county, or by address
ing me at Coburn's Store, Union county; N. C.
CYRUS Q. LEMMOND.
April (. Gm-pd
The subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they are prepared to erect (Lis Works for lighting cities,
towns, villages, colleges and large hotels. They have
erected works in Charlotte and Raleigh, N. C, which
have given entire satisfaction to the citizens of those
places. As to qualifications, ability and promptness in
fulfilling contracts entered into by them, they refer to
the following gentlemen :
James H. Carson, President of Charlotte Gas Work com-
iany. Charlotte. N. C.
Wm. Johnston, President of Charlotte & S C Railroad
company, Charlotte. N. C.
Dr Thos D Hogg, President of Raleigh Clas Association,
Raleigh, N C.
Col G 11 Young, Waverlv. Mississippi.
A (1 Story, President of Gas Works. Little Falls, N Y.
F T Story. Supt. Gas Works, Watertown. N Y.
W S Schocner & Co. 221 Pearl street. New York.
For further information, address the undersigned at
Raleigh, N. C.
WATEBHOUSE & BOWES.
September 14, 1S58. y
Great Southern Remedy.
ar acoto's CordLial.
For all Bowkl Diseases, cholera, oyse.ntkhy, diarr
hoea, CHOLERA MORBUS, BILIOUS COLIC, CHOLERA IN
FANTUM. Also, admirably adapted to many ois
easks of Females, most especially painful menstrua
t i o n .
THE virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well known to
1st It cure the worst cases of Diarhoea,
It cures the worst forms of Dysentery,
It cures California or Mexican Diarrhoea,
It relieves the severest colic,
It cures cholera morbus,
It cures cholera infantum,
It cures painful menstruation,
It relieves pain in back and loins,
It counteracts nervousness and despondency,
It restores irregularities,
It dispels gloomy and hysterical feelings.
It's an admirable tonic.
A few short Extracts from Letters. Testimonials, $c.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and have
found it a most efficient, and in my judgment, a valu
able remedy. Hon. HIRAM WARNER,
Judge of Supreme Court, Ga.
'It gives me pleasure in being able to recommend
Jacob's Cordial: my own personal experience, and the
experience of my neighbors ar.d friends around me, is a
sufficient guarantee for me to believe it to be all that
it purports to be, via: a sovereign remedy.
Wm. II. Underwood,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit.''
"I take great pleasure in recommending this invalua
ble medicine to all afflicted with bowel diseases, for
which I believe it to be a sovereign remedy decidedly
superior to anything ever tried by me.
A. A. Gailihnc.
Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodge of Ga.''
' I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and this,
with all I hear about it as a remedy bv those who have
tried it, induces me to believe that it stands at the head i
of every preperation of the kind, and I would recom
mend its use in the diseases for which it is compounded.
Mii.ks G. Dobbins.
Cashier of the State Rank of Georgia, Griffin."
" If there is any credibility in human testimony, Ja-
cob's Cordial must stand preeminent above all other
preparations for the cure of Dowel Diseases. From the
mass of testimony in its favor coming in from all quar- :
ters. it must be far in advance, as a curative agent, ot j
most if not all other 'patent' preparations.
Cashier Marine and Fire Insurance Bank. Griffin.'"
' This efficient remedy is travelling into celebrity as :
fast as Bonaparte pushed his column" into Russia, and
gaining commendation wherever used.'" Georgia Jeffcr-si-nian.
Ma: fJth, 18j3.
Sold by J. ASHUIST, Charleston. S. C, Im- ,
porter and Wholesale Druggist, (who will supply the
trade.) and bv Druggists everywhere.
Nov. 19, I85S. l.v-pil 1
500 head of Beef Cattle, 500 head of Sheep.
The subscriber will pay the highest cash prices for
Beeves and Sheep.
Those having Beef Cattle or Sheep for sale would do
well to inform me in person or by letter as early as
possible. J. L. STOUT, Town Butcher.
Charlotte, June 7, 1859.
History of Frederick the Grkat, by Thos. Car.'ile.
Mizpaii: Prayer and Friendship, by L. C. Loomis.
Courtship and Matrimony, with other Sketches, by
The Minister of Life, by M. L. Charlesworth.
The Sociable; or 101 Home Amusements.
The Life and Times of the Great Hugh Miller, of
Scotland, by T. X. Brown.
Annals of the American Pulpit, by Dr. Sprague.
Lippincott's Pronouncing Gazetteer, or Geographi
cal Dictionary of the World,
Dora Dean or Maggie Miller, Mrs M. J. Holmes.
Scouring of the White Horse, or the long Vacation
Ramble of a London Clerk.
The Kn. Pepper, Papers by Jacques Maurice.
Dust and Fome, or Three Oceans and Two Conti
nents, by T. Robinson Warren.
I also have a few copies of Hawks' History of N. C,
Vols. I and II.
Cantwkll s Justice and X. C. Form Book.
Feb. 15, 1859 P. J. LOWRIE.
J. D. PALMER,
One Door above the Bank of Charlotte,
Respectfully informs the pub
lic that he 5as just received
a splendid assortment of Con
fectioneries. West India Fruits,
of various brands, chewing k
c smokinf Tobacco. Snuff. Slv.
- Cr N'; - . r o t
S -riSc a variety of Musical Instru
ments, Yankee Notions, &c.
A FINE LOT OF WILLOW WARE.
lie is constantly receiving fresh supplies of the above
Goods and many other articles not enumerated.
The subscriber is now manufacturing an excellent
article of Candy, free from poisonous coloring, unlike
the New York steam refined candy. Call and see and
trv it. " J. D. PALMER.
'November 9, 1858 tf
THE undersigned as Agent will receive applications
for Insurance in the North Carolina Mutual Life
This Company is the oldest in the State, and has
been in successful operation for several years. Its
rates are moderate, and all losses promptly adjusted.
Persons wishing to insure their own lives or the
lives of their Slaves, in this Company, will call at the
Office of the Agent, at the Bank of the" State.
JggT" SLAVES insured for TWO-THIRDS of their
THOS. W. DEWEY, Agent.
Jan'y 11, 1859. Iv
Atlantic Mutual Fire and Marine
CAROLINA CITY, N. C.
Incorporated by an Act of the Legislature of Xortli
Carolina. This Company being July organized, is now
prepared to receive applications for insurance upon
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Mills, Manufactories,
Ships and their Cargoes, and most kinds of property,
at remunerative rates of premium.
It is aimed in the organization of this Corupanj-, to
make a safe medium for Indemnity and Protection io
the assured in case of loss. An honorable and upright
course of dealing, and a faithful fulfillment of its con
tracts, will at all times characterize the business of the
Applications for insurance may be made at the office
of the company, or to its authorized Agents.
DIRECTORS: John A Parrott, Levi T Oglesby, W B
Grant, David S Jones. Geo W Dill, j?ol Thos J Blakely,
Luke Blackmail, Wm S Long, David W Bell, A B Chap
in, Sanil Letters, Joel H Davis, D A Hargett, E Mallett.
John A Parrott, President.
Levi T Oglesby, Vice President,
W S Long, Treasurer,
E A Thompson, Attorney,
A B Chapin, Secretary.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. W B Grant, W S Long,
David W Bell.
March 22, 1850. Cm
IT Is roinponnilril en tlrely from Gums, and
has become au established fact, a Standard Me lieiue, ki.owu
and approved by
I have used it. and is new n
ali the diseases for which it
1 within the last two yeirs
1 relief, as the numerous
to the temperament of tha
sorted 10 witli coulideace in
It has cured thousands
who had given up all hopes
uusolicited certificate Iu my
The dose must be adapled
individual taking it. and in
act gently on the Bowel.
Lei the dictates ot" your
use of the LIVER IV
wil! cure Llrer Com
Summer C o m -
ed lu such (juauUlies as to
judgment guide you n the
VIGOR ATO R , and It
plaints, unions At-
! Chronic Olarrlioea,
I pi. , Ints, Dysenlt
j Stomach, Hnltll ual
Ie, Cholera, Chole
I infantum, Elutu
1 Prmalc Wealtness
EccssfuUjf as an Ordlna
U Inc. Itwillcure S1CIC
j thousands can testify,) In
two or three Tca
en at coiutnenceiueut of
'giving their testiiinony
ry, lropsy. Sour
Cost I v n s, CI10I-'
ra.Uoi litis, Cholera
cs, and may be used sue
ry Family Mell-j
twenty minutes, 11
spoon I tils are luk-j
. . . . . . . . V . a . . . 1 j
in its favor.
MIX WATER I THE MOUTH WITH
THE IN VIGOR A'l OR, AND SWALLOW
P. Ice One Dollar per Bottle.
FA Mil. V
C IMPOUNDED FROM
Pure Vegetable Extrartai, and put un In
ULASS CASES, Air Tight, mot will keep
In any ellinate.
The Kamllv Cn-
marilr I' I I.I, impm
whirh the proprle'or has
than twenty yearn,
demand from those who
and the satisfaction u hich
use, has Induced me to place
tle but active Cathartic
used in his practice more
The constantly increasing
have Ions used the PII.T.
all express in regard to their
them within the reach of all.
The Profession well know
ou different portions of the
Tne FAMILY CA
has, with due reference to
been compounded from a
that different Cathartics act
THAHTIC PI 1,1,
this well established fact,
variety of the purest Vege
alike on eierv part of the
table Extracts, which act
alimentary canal, and are!
es where" a Cathartic is(
rangements of tht
nt-ss, Pains In tlie
Ti KOi anu sale in all ca
Ej needed, such as Ue
5 SJomnth, Sleepi
ng Back and Loins,
2 and Borcnes over
ajj from sudden eeld. which
. ; end In a Inog course or Fe
rrl I He, a Crecpl Kg en
C tlichndV. Kestless-
tike whole Ioly,
frfuently. if neilected.
ver. Los of ApfMs
aailon of Cold over
ness, Headache, or
H w eight In f he hend.
... 1 .""O -j lilnf, Worms la
Children or Adults, H Rheumatism, t'rt
Purifier of the Blood -J and ma diseases to which
flesh is heir, too numerous! KJ to mention In this advertise.
taent Oose. 1 to 3. 1
PRICE THUEE DIMES.
The Llvir Iml: at r and Kamlly Ca
thartic Pills are retailed bv Pmnifists generally, and
sold wholesale by the 1 rade in all the large town.
S. T. W. SAiVFOlU), f. n
. Mauufa't irerand Proprietor,
335 Broudway, New York.
F. SCARR k CO., and E. NYE
Charlotte. N. O.
HUTCHISON k CO.
April 2G, 1889.
A large supply of superior Turnio Seed
Red Top, Flat Dutch,
Ruta Baga. Large Globe.
Large Norfolk, Yellow Aberdeen.
Just received from the North, and for sale at
July 26, i859 E. NYE HUTCHISON k CO S.
IO tEiROES WANTED.
The subscriber wants to buy one hundred good Ne
groes, for which the highest prices IX CASH will be
paid. Persons having that kind of property for sale
will find it greatly to their interest to apply immediate
Ivto JAMES H. DAVIS, Pineville, N C
or to A. A. N. M. TAYLOR at Charlotte
August 2, 1859 3m
1. -- , -WMfflWi
THE SUBSCRIBERS having fomleQti,
selves into a comjiany, respectful "
er their services to the people of Charloti1"1'"
the country generally in their line of bu- 1
They are prepared to furnish Mom L"""
Guavestoxes, Mantel Pieces, Frax
Marble. Table Slabs. Marmi.k Sr... 'lTrk
according to the most upproved ts,
stvles. and upon
and upon the most accommodating tern,.
offered in the Southern country.
Jn thp Southern countrv. Tlitv- n-;n a.. 'tf
Thev will k
stantly on hand the best description of Egyptian, hal'
ana American .mnuic
All orders for any article addressed to the suhsrriK
vmi meet in"" J..V....J.. ....... ,,, uejm(i
and forwarded with the utmost care and dispatch
The Yard is situated on the north-west corner of n.
Railroad Depot Yard. te
WM. TIDDY k SON'S.
January, 16.19. ly
:il ..... ...Wl. nnimnt attenllen ait.l .,:tl i
100,000 CORDS Tan liark wanted, fur
a liberal price will be paid. M. B. TAYLOR
Charlotte, March 22, 1859 tf
x.nc3L for Sme.
J. Rare Chance is now offered to buy one 0f (h,
Handsomest Farms in Western North Carol;,,,,
THE subscriber being desirous to remove from fa
country, oilers for sale the PLANTATION V
which she now resides, lying 4 miles from Charlotte
on the Western Plank Road. The land is now in a ,
state of cultivation. In the yard is a Well of fine, cS
Water. The Plantation has been much imiiruve(jn
the last few years. The Dwelling House and ont-bniM.
ings are ail new. There is also a young Orchard
of several hundred fine choice FRUIT TREKS on the
plantation, bearing this the second year. This Plan,
tation is very healthy, and is beautifully situated, too.
taining 50 Acres, one half of which is cleared.
JgeSg"" Terms made to suit the purchaser. For ;
ticulars enquire of the subscriber on the premises.
MRS. A. M. BTKVENS0I
May 10, 1859. tf
The Confectionery and Family Grocery Store J
MOftDY & NISBET has beeii removed to the stand cp.
posite the Presbyterian Church, where they are receiv.
ing direct from New York large additions to tlitit
FAMILY GROCERIES, &c.
Among their stock may be found everything usuall,
kept in a store of this kind. A good assortment of
Cake Trimmings, Willow Ware, 4cc, always
Thej- have in their employ an excellent BAKEBj snj
are prepared to furnish Families and Partys with Cakci
of all kinds at short notice.
Nov. 10, 1858.
MOODY k NISBET.
We have also opened a branch of our store at Lin
colnton, where Mr Moody will superintend the bMiaeti
and hopes to secure a share of public patronage in that
July 4, 1859. MOODY & NISBET.
New and Fashionable
Clmrlolte, . C.
J. M. SANDERS & Co., arc constantly re,
ceiving from New York, Boston, kc, a general assort
ment of fine and fashionable FURNITURE, w hich ikej
will sell at extremely low prices for Cash, and every
article warranted to give satisfaction. Those in warn
of good Furniture, at very low prices, will please gift
them a call.
Also, on hand, Irish's JUetattic Burial
Cases. J. M. SAN DECS & CO.,
Feb. 22, 1859. Charlotte, N. C.
s x 5ir05
I receive all the New Pub
lications as fast as they come for
ward from the Press; and kttfi
constantly on hand a large lot of
School, Academy and t'olli;'e
TEXT-BOOKS, and many useful
reference and recreative works.
I also keep a very large stock of Stationery, plain
and fancy. Having made an arrangement with the
Southworth Paper Manufacturing Company, I am en
abled to sell paper at the same prices by the whole
sale for which it can be bought in the Northern cities,
freight added. P. J LOWRIE.
Feb. 15, 1859.
COTTON GINS, of the best quality, with 10 inch
saws, delivered at any Railroad Landing in tUl
State, or on the N. C. Railroad, at $2 per saw. f
particulars address ' J. M. ELLIOTT,
April 20, 1859- Cm Winnsboro', 8. C
Seven per rent per milium
These Bonds are undoubtedly the safest invcstinrtii
that can be made, and are really preferable to an)'
The County cannot repudiate. They bear tete
cent interest payable wMi-stmiuiilly, with ConpOa"1
the same. They are of the denomination of HW wt,'lil
will make them more current and useful for doiiic-'1'
purposes. The coupons will prove a coiivf.'"nl
medium for paying count taxes. The citizeal "f1
county should posse-s thein. and they are now oferN "
them. Proposals loft at either Bank in Charlotte
with Stephen W . Davis will receive prompt iitumion.
If. W. GUI0K,
Sept 28. 1858. Pres't. W., ('. k. K. Kailrond.
Dni-. Paint and Oil Warehouse.
CSANTOS, WALKE & CO., wholesale deal"'
in DUl'US; Lamp, Machinery and Paint OIWi
Varnishes. Paints, kc. kc.
No. 36, Iron front, West side, Market S.pwrt,
CriS" Goods shipped from New York, Philadelphia r
Baltimore, to Charleston, w hen required.
November 9, 1858. 7
....... , . ciiAnu-
Located corner of Baltimore and Charles street'i
The largest, most elegantly furnished, arid PPul,r
Commercial College in the I'nited Slate.'-.
Students in attendance from nearly every ."llc in
Every young man should write immediately for
of those large and beautiful Ornamental Circular?;
. . . . . . . .u Utile
t'fii v ii L ii 1st".-) ...... r: ;i
mii:uuii(i me exienor anil interior view m - w
:-i s ,. t... will"'
'. . . .i . . .... i
...... ' 'iiiiincrr:;ii l,OUegC, j II Ilia II - II I p.
will be sent by return mail, free of charge, with i
logue containi ng list of students, terms of tuition. P
ions of the Press on our new system of Book-keep"1!?.
F A Of I TV
E. K. LOSIER. Pri the
Accounts, Business, Customs, etc. , nffl.
J. M. PHILLIPS. Professor of Book-Keeping and co
menial calculations. ,
H. B. DAVIKS. Associate Professor of Book-Keep"
N. C. JOHNSON. Professor of Penmanship.
S. T. WILLIAMS. Eta. Mercantile Law.
REV. E. Y. REESE, D. D., commercial EtlmS-
Hon John P Kennedy, non Joshua Vann''
Hon Thomas Swann, Wm H Keigl'br. b l
Jacob Trust, Esq. William Knabe, h?q'fu
The lime usually required to complete the
course, from eight to twelve weeks.
Large circulars and catalogues stating term
sent bv mail free of charge. Address .,4
E. K. LOSIER, Baltimore,
May 10, 1859 y-pd