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P. CALDWELL; Local Editor:
Friday, January 10. 1873.
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jceutf per line--1 r
All parties ordering the Observer
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Wlil ! ! ' .....
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Xfi-vf Contractors will not be allowed.
under their Contracts, to advertise any
otber than 'their legitimate, business,
unless by paying specially for such ad
vertisements. ' " it-' 1 i
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printjed in the neatest style, on best Quality
Marriage " licenses. If y ou, wish "Mar
r;agW Xicu'ses; 4 beautifully , executed, call,
' at thjc Observer Office.; ' r...; .'.; .
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had at the Obskrveb Office. r
Correspondents must not write on
boti sides of their paper. I
'. j't ..'BfeW' 'Advertisements, tf
Th'e following .new advertisements, ap
pear jthis morni n- the first time?'
Stfay Horse, -i
Potatoes, &c. "
There were no-' police arrests 'yesterday,
up to 11 o'clock last night. - , V.Y w; ,t
; 1 r..i
Sfenhouse, ..Macaulay fc Uq'ave; on
lianlil a fine lot: of fertilizers.- which - they
1 . 4 ' . - Hi. t I
advertise in another column,
There were six additions to theLodge of
Cinpd , Templars .'at their meeting last
nidht. -- . ' "
the Methodist Conference now in se-
sifvp here is attended by about 12 white and
an jcqual number of colored ministers.
the Greensboro Prrfn'rrf 'saVs that Mr. S.
C. jPyohertpon. of Charlotte,5, has opered, a
marble yard in that place.' '' '
Tot n sinje offender ..w.i on -hand vr-tr4ln-
nmminr to Tcwivo.rrfims'hrnent for
hiisTnsat the hand.v of Ilis. JIono'r the
Viivor. - . . ' 1 ": 1
Hood Opnnr'iinUv.-Anv on dwrnrs
onmnins for an ofTrf" can make himself
pornlar in th'is citv bv srptitlv drawing the
hirt blood from the mifierable goat which
r?A?lv POTftmbnlsfrs the mvii'nhi. o the
inhnite distrust of the entire community.
.jVter 1 v old Boreas tunied loose all his
letkns. Tho day was deoi-lMlv nnmas
nnit and th streets at times Mack with hats
blwn from the heads of unsnspectine'
citireno whoheichcl out "cuss words' with
fearful .flnencv at eah new blow-off.
rernal. ITon. W. M,-Shipn. of Fal
eih, W A. Smith, member of Congress,
frim th 4t.h District, atid F. N. J.uekcr,
mpmher of the Tegislatnre, from I?owan,
v'tp in the oitv vsterday, and registered at
th Central Hotel. ' "
mM Schools The nieht school in this
city, conducted by Rev. B. S. Bronson. is,
wp are pleased to learn, flccomplishinff
much good, and m an v children, who have
not the mean"' to attend a day school, are
hesne instructed there in the elementary
branches. . .-- ' ,1 z-fy'y k , ' "
Pfreef ImprovaineiifThe authorities
ard having stones laid acrops Trade street,
just above the Merchants' and Farmers'
Nnional Bank.' This is a good move. Tn
bal weather persons wishing to cross the
street from either side are compelled to
wapk a long distance out - of their, way to
onfe or the other of the street comers.
Almost Frozen. Wednesday night or
rafher yesterday morning about half past
two o'clock, Mr. J. ,W. Mc.Whirter, v"wh
sleeps over hi store on Trade afreet; 'heard
groans an,d cry for help coming from some
one. out in thestreet..,Mr.'McWlnrteratbnce
rpjse and hastily drawing on his boots went
oit, and found a white man. without shoes
oi hat, lying in the . street. In reply to
questions j the man answered that he liad
bfen drnnk and had fallen; and 'gone ? to.
lpep, from wliieh he a'woket to find hiini
lf frozen almost to" death and. unable t
Wove. Mr. McWhirter returned to his
rqom to dress himself, and when he 'got
back to where .: he left the 'man, - found
that some else who had come along bad
taken him in charge,'and 1 carried himoff,
promising to care for. him.' -He- will no
dubt conclude not to get sq drunk fgairt,
uitil the weather gets warmer. ; - 1 - '
J . : -: l a i - '--XS - ' '' ,' .
Leaf Tobacco Wa rehouse. Meesrs.
M. Miller: &: Sons 'have opened in . this
city a Tobacc(3Varehouse for the purchase
aod sale; of ieatObaThiriswe, be
lipvc the'first ehterprise"of the kind ever
inaugurated in Charlotte, and if properly
cbnihicted it will grow to be fa' large and
l5attvl tradei Some of tbe lands in 'this
section will produce a fine quality fof to-'
baccoand as it is, of comparatively easy
growth, if seems rather remarkable that
Uie farmers have not devoted more atten
t9n. .to fts cultivation. MessrsMiller &
ons have taken a wise step, and one cal
culated tblstimulate .the enterprise' of 'our
wmers.. Some verhundred pounds of
"fooacco ...have already been received at the
ON OUR TABLE.
Bhaix4bds' MtsiCAl, World onen its
tenth annual- volume with increased at-!
tractions;.; -The first of a series of descrip-
T ' giving-, m .a plain, readable
ftyle, the. details .of ensrravinsr. nrint.ino-
stereotyping and all the other processes
'w I :. ... . CI
connected with sheet music publishing is
given in this number.' ' '- , 1 '. . " ,
Karl Men "will continue his able letters
.'I, H it! .
and also contributes a 'spicy article on tlie
forthcoming Cincinnati Jubiiee under-the
caption of ' Young Jubilees."
The editorial columns are, as usual, fill
ed with instructive end able articles. ' ' I
"Oar Letter Box,"" the editor's ' special
department for the answering of musical"
questions, contains some very interestin-
facts for the musical. , - -
The music in this" number (January) is
"Maggie Darlinir." & beautiful rn" nr.fi
chorus, by Horace E. JCimball ; "Solomon
Grundy's YalseU neat: and effective in
strumental piece" for beginners, by Karl
Mcrz ; and "Little Beauty Marc V No. 5
of Golden Blossoms, ChaHes Kinkel's new
se of teaching pieces., -r"
-Subscription pri'ce tt 000 per Shriunv
Send 10 cent to S; Brainards Sons Cleve
land, 0M for specimen copy and? complete
catalogue of sheet music: " " ; ' "
Rural Caeoukiait. The January num
ber of this.; Magazine . comes to hand as
usual. It open's with some, very practical
hints front; the editOT, . under the , head,"
"thoughts and suggestions, for the month."
This is. followed by an article from the in
defatigable pen, of Col. D. Wyatt Aiken,
en titled practical Essay on Plantation
Eeconomy," for- which a premium -was
awarded at the late. Fair of the South Caro
lina: 'State. Agricultural and "Mechanical
Association;-' No planter in the South is
better iosted on this subject, and this essay
will be found worthy of a careful perusal.
"HillsideVfon ''Labor Contracts,'.' jdeseryes
ta be read; and farmers and planters'might
do' well to look 'morevWefullyfnto this
department.,.' Frof. E.,AT. Ililgartl, of the
U niversity of Mississippi, gives an article
on Guano and vother Ammoniacal Man
ures on White Lands. In: the Horticul
tural Dcpartmentr Mr. 33dmund? H Hart
gives a very excellent article on Guavsi and
its cultivation.. In' the Mining and Me
chanical Department there is a well writ
ten" article, from- the pen - of Dr. W. W.
Menimingcf, entitled, the "Manufacture of
Oomtuercial Fertilizers.", j Prof. C. U, Sliei-
ard,.Jr., gives, in applied Chemistry and
Mineralogy, some notes on Foreign'1' Phos
phatic Deposits.'": The Correspondence is
unusually varied and interesting. , .
. Published by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Charleston, S. C.
An Opinion About 'llarmoiiy"
. Boox,r Watcaga County, )
"i , ",L . '. ; . January 4tn, 1&73. J
Editor "Observeb :
, I live in the countrj', ami enjoy but few
mail facilities, so cannot keep posted in
the rapid changes of tl.i- progressive age
as yondo who dwell in the iVv'ry center of
life and light.
Mr. Eiitor, 1 am an old .fogy, I am sorry
to say, : so look at things from; a stand
point too remote in the inostpurt to ap
preciate all I sue and hear in these wonder
ful days. Wlmt is the meaning of this
powerful yell the papers arc just now lais-
ing about harmony: - Who is disturLitig
that sweet concord' in .which brethren
should delight to dwell." Is it Vance and
his friends ? If so lasli him into quiesence
right away ! What right has the am l
tion of one man to" disturb tilt peace and
quiet of a whole State. 'Tis true he was
the nominee of . the Conservative Caucus
for United States Senator, and the5 ambi
tion of one man defeated the wishes of
Si:ven-eights of that party now '.verily
tuese seven-eights must be quiet or tiu-y
might ierchance ' disturbe the' harmony
of' this "unholy . combination between
Blifill and Black George, the puritan and
the ' black-leg" politk-ally sicaking. He
that enters not in the door says the good
book is a , but the people should not
be told how he got in for fear it might dis
turb somebody's 'harmony. Ibis is ad
fudge ; the only way to make a party powr
erful and a practical benefit is to keep the
orga nizarion close and compact, and those
who for personal objects break over should
be held to the full measure of accounta
bility. Di.sgrace tlie cowards and shoot
the deserters," was the Napoleonic charm of
making an army efficient : and victorious.
The ; sjime rule figuratively - speaking
must hold -in party organization if - it is
ever- to - become ' successful." If when it
suits an aspirant, he is a good party-man,
and when his own individual aims' can be
promoted by it, he bolts with impunity
not even. Co be told of it for Tear of disturb
ing harru6ny: then all co-operation is at
an end anymember of the community is
free to go. .where he pleases the 'honor
that holds man to his fealty is loosened
confidence destroyed and all for fear of
disturbing harmony or more plainly the
conscience of the bolter.- '
Mr.'Eilitor, ! am an old fogy and believe
in1 calling ' things by their .right names.
Did not SweepsonV influence have some
thing to do with disturbing the harmony
of ' , the ' Conservative ranks ' recently ' m
Raleigh ?: Do you hfit think his heart was
rejoiced : when he learned that his old
protege and attorney had, been elected! to
to the United States Senate? Why should
he remain longer under a cloud when his
advisor - is so wonderfully elevated and
honored ? This ' tiling r will' no t do,
conseryative press of the State should de
nounce it in every, issue for the next seven
years and if they -fail to, do. so they en
coiiirage yea, invite bolters; andi indepen
dents in every canvas?, Etate and County
in all the coming future. 7 ' -my
; They are hot faithful sentinels, if they ,
fail to do their duty in this instance.; This
thing must be shwn up in its true light
not by Vance's special friends, (is there
one true man" who is -not?) but by the
friend3 and supporters of the Conservative
party. . It Was the hhw aimed at the integrity
of that organization and not the: defeat of
Vahce.in which the crime consists. , Kow
Mr. Editor I am an old fogy and a country
one at that, but I dolthink that this scream
for "harmony" which : has been raised in
certain quarters; and - echoed : in v certain
other places is the result of timidity, it
effects more- violently the weakened.: It
could never have had birth among the un-
sophisticated and hardy mountaineers of
Western North Carolina, ' An "Obsebvek" 1
iii th niA TTAfni vt nA hrontiiin- tl I
,ii,.:-.i u' nrTr to the present wide-awake age, the medi
patnohc atmosphere of grand old Meek- ral 881 has often unwTttin-ly taken
lenburg, it is known that you will speak side with Disease in its conflicts with the
ont for the: risht even if dos disturb the i
.."harmony" of this LovK-ly Crew ; - ;
, , : - WATAUGA.
Tli e police of Newbern arc all col
ored men with one exception. - i u.
The Board of Directors of the Pen-
itntiarv met in Kaleigh Wednesdav.
- - vji - I
vGootLXorthern anDles sell intWil-
tnincton for SI ner Deck. . -
. --..1 . ' I
h J?e;tt'Jliveri3iVfitersT .551.10 nrr
gallon n lliuinctQn on Tuesday. ""'"""lyorevereoryquiweain
. -9 . - J , er d is wise to reinforce the svstem with a
now, comes a piff nine montns oia
In lri!L- 'rotTiitv thsit. wnitrHorl 31 o I
nonnds ' : -
:Snvs;the Greenshoro '-Patriot jiM. D I
Landreth had a dot; which died 'last lnceofonger, themortalitvfromcon
wppk'it th'p Prtr'inrlino"rv.flyAf 1R sumption, bronchitis, chronic rheumatism,
Hcesc. tiie-extrruiPary-affe-ot lb would be much less than it now is.
vears Dogs usually do notlli ye more The canses -which ' prodnce enmps. -tblds.
inan iu years. , - . , , fl ; ;
I rut: . i ... i . 1 t -i-i i
f i J""u P" general Aiwiioijwm
he memorialized to amend the char-
ier oi itaicign, so as io give cumuia
tiv'e suU'rage. Kearly all of the pro
pertv lolders in the city are iu favor
of it I ' i- i ; - - - '
k . ... . r- i I
I he.MOldsboro Messmner ,says that
colored'girl, named JSlarv Sellars, a
servant in the latmiy oi JLr Holmes,
in campsoii-ouiityr was-lmriied to
.aeatnf nignc or two Hirer "unrist-1
jiias, by- her dress taking, fire- u ''
, . :
'The Raleigh Sentinel says: An ex-
tensive wee-raiser imornis us tnat tne 1
mortality amongst bees ahis wii
has been. unprec
are; all found de
hone v. ? lie is
denvic disease is the cause."
bays the Kaleum Sentinel: A ce'i-
tle'man from Harnett county informs
ns that there 'have been ,'61 cases, of
small nox'in that countr, and that
10 of the lest citizens have died from
the disease. - He states, however, that
t, has now almost wholtv abated;
jTlie-Goldrtboro'Jf(P.wn7T says : An
elopement in low lite occurred in
this place on lhursday night last.
Rednich Richardson- negro4 eloped
with Mary Eliza Johnson, also color-
ea. ,i nev went. to eoiun; uaronna.
Mary Eliza left a voung baby behind
her, and Rednich leaves a wife.
The, Raleigh -..Era '.of Wednesdav
says : .The case of the Western Rail
road, Ave understand, will be tried iru
There are two sets of directors con-
tending' for. this road. . The Caldwell
appointees on the one hand, and, the
W arreii-Jarvis ' appointees : on the
othen It will decide who is the legal
rresident of the road, Dr. W F How-
erton or S McD.Tate.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
The City Treasurer of Raleigh, has been
authorized to issue $8,000 of City Bonds,
three years to run", at 8 per cent, interest,
for the purpose of funding the city script
Iredell County Bonds.
Twelve thousand dollars of the bonds of
Iredell county were sold in Cbarlotte last !
week by the A., T. & O. Railroad, at a ;
g d pri e. Ten thousand was bought by
a gentleman of Charlotte eminent . for his
wisdom and sound judgement. " " . ,
Merchants and Farmers' Bank.
The Merchants' and Fanners' Bank of j
this City has , declared a dividend of 5 i
N, C. State Xife Insurance Co.
: We are ileased to learu, says the Raleigh
Sentinel, that more ' than ' one hundred
th6usand dollars of theaipital stock ohlje
North Carolina State Life Insurance Com-
pany, organized yesterday in this cityf was
taken before 4i o'clock of tliat day, thus
securing the charter, t
We are el ad to' See
this lively encouragement of home enter-
'---ir ta V"-" 't '":-'t i'"' . , j.- " -
prises. , , . -
iwM-Wxi , , 4. .-.- j. -a. -
' Cottoii Market,
EEPOETED DAILY FOR THE OBSEBVEE BY
-. ,:--5.-.-ii.it.ll- --. ''': -":- -. -a.'-'"-:--' .t .-.
- MESSBS. STKNUOVSE, MACATJLAY A CO. '
Charlotte, Jan 9.
to-day ISO bales,
basis of 181 'cents for middling;
and stained not, in , demand.
-4, Pi ovision market, .
CORRECTED DAILY : BY : W. H.;H. HOUSTON"
PROVISION MABKET Flour $4.00 to
23 per sack, on market, u
New Corn 65 to 70 cents, little offering,
ood demand. f '"" i
Wheat $1.50 little offering no
demand.. "- -j j- '
Oats 50 cents slight demand now
Peas, strictly clay. 90 cents other kinds
70 to 80. Good demand
-1- Fresh Butter 20 to 25 cents".
Mountain Butter, in: Kits, 1C centsno
U A Vft to 90 - ; r HI 1 . A'
ir . 1 , . , , , ,
; " Eess lo to 20 cents, with good demand
- Bacon -(Baltimore - bulk sides.) 8i to Si
cents.-. ..-5.. Yt -.-' "
No North Carolina on -Market.
r.Lard Baltimore Flake in quantity-
Hi to 12 cents. - , . I . . .
- Tallow 10 to 12 cents: :.
Beeswax 25 to 31 cents. "
- Sweat Potatoes, $1 to. $1.25 per bushel'
Good de mand; ' x K ' " '
f Irish Potatoes 90 to- $1 cents per bushel.'.
Apples (Good Mountain). 75 : to $1.25 per.
bushel, as to quality. . "...'
Salt no Liverpool in market Syracuse
in Liverpool sacks, $2.1U to Wf.io per sack.
Factory Yarn$15 to $1.60 per bunch. ;
plrntP(L - Th Lppr J v"1"?"1 1 quaanipeos, ana aiso
U.lUllU1' ':" l"C. ? 1 WnnaA r.ir imraina -' strains' ,A
ad in hives filled with uTZL X :kC" rT;r
OpiniOlV that epi- it'-ith&.mOstHisthrthV''t-Tiivnsi'fnfinTi' in
From the period when surceons applied
their salves to weapons instead of wounds
human system. Even vet, in spite of the
teachings of centimes of experience, some
physicians believe in depleting their pa-
ncnts, aireaaysenousiy exhausted by sick
ness, with; powerful evacuants, emetics
salivants, cautharidal plasters, or the lan'
cet But, providentially, public intelli
gence is ahead of these medical fiwsils, who
belong, of right, to the era of the Crusades 1
Tliat: iowcrfuI allay', of nature - in' its war;
lare witii the causes of sickness, liostctter s
roTuaen fitters, nas oinet tne eyes oi
the masses to the paramount importance
of increasing the vital strength of the body
Stomach"" Bitters,- has " opened the eye of
stana tnat when the atmospheric r condi-
tions are adverse to health as. for "exam-
wucsunie ana.smnniant, ana inns
enabte.it to eombat and rcrl i tJiie deores-
aiigmnueiire or aa inciemenrteinpera-
ture.-: if the constitutional and annual
lowers were always thu recruited in the
qninsey, : diptheria . and : catarrhi seldom
aueci a sirnnir ami active virai s
an(1 of aU viifzing preparations Hosted
ter's Bitters has proved tjie most Efficient.
ana aciivc vuai svsiem :
Ujs not claihjedj that this standard tonic
isa sjweitic for lung and throat maladies,
as it is for dyspepsia, liver complaint and
intermittent, but it is unhesitatingly as-
seneo. tnat it is tne .nest Known , safeguard
against all ' the atmospheric elements of
disease ''ia- - .
"Can't Do Without It." Thisls what
the stage and horse car companies, liverv-
siaoie Keepers; memoers oi tne tun, ana au
Sioms and trainers say of the Mustang
Liniment. .They, "can't do without it.V
And why ? Because it infallibly reduces
wie eiicraai sweiiing8,.ac., wmcn, unuer
tlsvorthy j preparat
tlie market. : Yet ..these recommendations
comprise only a portion ; of its claims to
public cpnhdence-. y During . a pernxi of
more than sixteen years, it has been re
cognized as a specific for manv of the most
agonizing disorders which afflict the hiv-
man family such as rheumatism, gout
neuralgia, lumbago, ticdoloreux, sore
throat, earache, toothache ; and likewise
as a peerless application for . cuts, bruises;
burns and scakis
If Tou feet dull, destxnident, drowsy!
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and
mm liver, or "Billionsness " Nothi? will
tongue-coated,-' you are sintering rroni tor
cure ypu so speedily and.: permanently ? as
Urriaeroe s uoluen-Medical Discovery.
A Stitch In Time Saves Nine.
If you have a CouKh, datjfoiLneolect 'it :
thousands go to an untimely grave by ne
glecting what they call "a slight cold.'
all remedies. Dli. TUTT'8 EXPECTOR-
1 1 hese. slight colds, are .very iiasidious
ANT will cure it. It can be had of any
Tuskkge, Ala.7 April 2S, 1871.
Wm. IL Tutt : '-
In gratitute for the benefit received by
the use of your lxpectorantv 1 do cheerful
ly add my testimony its most wonderful
effects in, relieving Asthma or Bronchitis.
For several years 1 had suffered dreadfully
with severe attacks of Asthma or difficult v
of breathing. I'was induced by the high
recommendations given to your Jfixpector-
ant to try it, and found that it gave almost
immediate relief. It is about give months
since l began its , use ; . i nave, nsed six
bottles,' and have not had an attack since
it has been a great blessing to me ; 1 can
not afford to be without it, and I heartily
recommend it to all persons who are at all
troubled with Idling or throat Diseases.
V ery respectfully, - -
Mrs. a. m. Wellborn.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Iye is the best in
ASTHMA. Any medicine which will
alleviate the Paroxlms of this dreadful
disease will be hailed wltb-Joy by thous
ands of sutterers. Tne ,certincateR wuicn
acom any Jonas Whltcomb's Remedy,
are from the most reliable sourcer , and at
test to its wonderful powerful power, even
in tne most severe cases, josepu Burnett
& Co., Proprietors, Boston. ;
FREE ADVERTISING. From family
to family, from city to city, from Btateto
state, the fame of Dr. Wal ker'a Vegetable
Vinegar Bitters as a specific for all derange
ments of the stomach, bowels and liver, is
continually . extending. v,.Ijt voluntary
missionaries are Innumerable, and- public
enthusiasm in its favor spreads faster than
a praire fire. ,,
DONT SLIGHT YOHR TEETHi e-'
member that upon their labor, the health
of tne stomacn oepenus. Keep tnem per'
dont, once or twice a day. .
WHO WILL SUFFER? It is now 2
pnt before the public: warranting it to
I cure Clironltf ajlheamatlsms. Headache,
the Limbs. Back and Chest, and it ha
never foiled. Sold by all Druggists. Depot
lOFarK rinee. isew icorK.-
FOR DYSPEPSIA, indieestion.aepres-
sion of spirits and general debility in their
various forms; also, as a preventive against
Fever ana Ague, ana. otner .iniermiti.eni
fevers. The Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Cnlisaya, madeAty Caswell, Hazard & Co.,
New York, and sold; by all proggists, is the
best tonic, and as atonic' for patients re
coving from fever or oth r sickness, it
nas no equal. -j-vUli - " -'
POWDER. The best article known, ror
NewjYorkk's,?;4! "-a srf;;.v j -.;. ,; 7i
CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DTE. This
magnificent compound Is beyond eontlnr
gencyithrsafest andmost reliable Dye in
existence ; never failing to impart to the
HAir.uniformiMr of coior.nourisnment ana
i elasticity. Manufactory, 68 Maiden Lane.
CARBOLIC SALVE unequalled as a
Healing , Compound. v Physieians . recom
mend it as the most wonderful remedy
ever known. Price 25 ' cents per box.
John F. Henry,; Solei'Proprletor, 8 Cpl
lege Place, New xor. :
TftiAlAir 'Rnnhn Is a reliable Diuretic and
Tonic for al derang eroents of the xinar
mid fffinlal nrsana. The zenuihe.as forme r-
uarraidE Kiseiy anu
J their branches, is now prepared by H.-W
Kislev. the oridinator ana proprietor : ana
the trade applied by his successors,
gan and Risley , New York.
Svapnia fs Opium purified of its sicken-
15 and IlsonouspropertieMtecoyebj
l Dr: "tilgelow, proiesoroi coiany, xwiroii
Mwiirtnl roilsre. A most nerfect anodyne
and soothmropiate. John Farr, Chemist,
PRATT'S. ASTRAL ,.OH--More acci-
flntj rv.mir from'nsine unsafe oils, than
from steamboats and railroads conblned.
Over 200.000 families continue, to burn
Pratt's Astral Oil. and no accidents direct
Iv or indirectly have occured from burn-
in sr. storing: or handllmr It. Oil House of
Chas. Pratt, Established 1T70, New; York;
T. D. Clancy fc Co.; Charieston,agent8 lor
Wo Have Freaneiitly Heard mothers
sav they would not be without Mrs. Win-
slow's Soothine Syrup, from the birth of
the child until it nas nnisnea wnn tne
teething siege under any . consideration
whatever.;, t j c.,
' cleansing ana : preserving the teetn - ana
On, 1 miTTia - Unlet r all rirnirirliits : Pri(A Hud
a0 cents per bottle. , F. C. Wells A Co.;
The Secret of Be&nbr. "Wliat Is tt nn
loBtrer asked, for the world" of fashion and
all the ladles know that it Is produced by
using a delightful and harmless: toilet
preparation known as G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth." , Its beautifying effect
are truly wonderful. Depot. & Oold St-
- P0RTHAIT PALTTTIIia U
': il iiv'.'ji"-!-i''- ::--:'' .i ,-' :s'H,
A Bare Cliascd fcr CLsxIotte ! ! !
FOR three months I will paiftt Portraits
for $i such as are generally charged
$200. Persons wishing Portraits of their
departed friends can obtain them if thev
have a gool Photograph of them. I shall
be. pleaseii tushow you sieeimen of ...my
work at mv btiuuo alxive Ureni, llrown &
Hardware iJtore,, -ZK. L. BUTT,
dec ll-5m-v , : ' Cliarlotte, N. O. i
C S. BUKWELV TttOS. GRIEK, J. Hi CABS05.
i HunvelL Grier & Co.,
(Successors to Carson A Gricr4 :V v
Corner of 4t3i and Tryon ti.,
' " CnARLQTTE, X. C - J ;
Tl f"RS. A.' W. MILLER is prepared to ac-
jjx commodate lioamers with room-. and
mcalsr or with meals only, as the Boarder
may desire. : The building, Gray'sj1 on the
corner of Trade ' and - Church streets,- is a
new one ; the rooms are cleanly, comfort
ably: neatly furnished, and well attended
The table is as good,; as the market will
afford. .rt1r;J i
u rTerms - most liberal; to- suit clerks ; who
are working for moderate salaries.! -'
i jan. 1-tf : - , - ' t 1 1 . , ; -J- -
THE BANK OF 1IECKLENBTJRG,
. ..... jjKi, r I -" -..'. .': .'
Authorized ' Capital $QpfpOO,
7 Jas.1Tprxkr Ta Presidents? jf
' -iV II. Dewey, -Asst.- Cahi't r. 4 -
, AX THE BAKKING HOUSE OF7 :
fphis Bank Cliartered Under Act of . the
A : (Joneral Assembly and duly organized
under Laws of the State ofNorth Carolina,
with ample means is prepared to 1 transact
Cencrul Hankiingr Business. 's
and furnish accommodations to all its Cus
tomers on Liberal Terms. -
The bank will receive Deposits subject to
Check,, and will Allow. Interest According
to Agreement on all Deposits left I on time,
or issue Certificates' of Deposit "bearing in
terest at the rate of r" .
Eight per cent per Anmina ,k ;
on all sums v lying"' undrawn over- thirty
days.- . . "v; n - '""
Gobi and Silver . Coin,. Bullion 5 and old
Bank Notes Benight and Sold. - .
jan. 1 1873. . . Cashier.
SCHOOt BOOKS I
. SCHOOL BOOIfSI
' .""'-V-- ; "'
jan 4 , ,
B . Kl .PR E s s!b n .
Trade Street; next door to the Post Office,
Sign of the Klepliant.-;:
A: Fresh Lot of . Sausage', Mince Meat,
ork. Butter, Chickens, -Frgs,- -Acs, &c;
:3& FLOUR a specialty. l - -agr
Prtxiuce. sold on commission. ; '
: -jan 3-ly. -- ;. -Li::;-,.
, WE GIVE FAIR. H0XICE, : :
SO DON'T -COMPIAIN..
HEREAFTER ALL , BILLS -ARB
t, ; I'DUE . MOKTHLlf :.(lst) '. . '
IF NOT SETTLED, FURTEER. CREDIT
i WILL FOSITI VEL Y BE REFUSED,- 1
- After January the First, 18T3.
TIDDY & BRO.
TT0 rent a good PIANO for a few months
1 it must be in good repair. - ' -
jan 5-lW . UK. L1NDLKY.
GnOICE Odd French Brandy for Medi
cinal purposes at - SCARR'S.
jan 3-- ;:' ' " ' ', ! ; .., .. .
"VTELSOyS Geletine, a fresh supply, just
IN received, at 1 ; : - ' SCARR'S,. ..
jan 3 . . .. . f ;
e A New assottment of. Kerosene: Tramps,
Jtx just in, at
TONES, & JOHNSTON, Attorneysat Law,
tJ rhavfi' moved their ofliee to the second
floor of the Harty building near the Court
House. - - r t
jan 3 - .
5 - - i " f
THOUR Finer Pork- Hoes. 6 bblsl" Lanre
J.. Sweet Potatoes, 2 bbhv, Large Onions,
1 Tierce of Sugar Cured Hams new and
very fine, Heckler's pork Sausage received
daily, Fisher's celebrated, Ja ince Aleat, 20
sacks strictly Tamily Flonr, '20 bushels
find Mountain Apples, Chesnuts, Irish
PotatoesDried 'Fruit of all kinds, ;10 dor.
of Domestic Fresh - Canned Peaches and
Cherries, all of which will be sold: at the
lowest 'figures, at . B. N; SMITH'S.
s s a . ..... - . -t-. ; - .- - .
'TuniiTg & Repairing Pianos.
-, from -Columbians
wnll stay ; a few
days in Charlotte,
and is prepared to
Tune and Repair
Pianos. Melodeons andOrgans. All orders
left at Tiddy's Book Store will meet with
f prompt attention.' " - - . t w ; '
v Ageula Wanted for Cobbla'a ,
Child's . Commentator ;
ON TIIR BIBI.I3, forthe IIOSIE CID-
CLF-: 1.200 paces. 250 EnsrravimB. The
twst enterprise of the year for r airents.
Every family will have it. . Nothing Ukc '
tunc pubtidtM. Tor circulars address '
' "7. GOODSPEED & CO., .
- jan l-4w - 37 Iark Row. N. Y.
i. : -:
BOOK AGEXTS now at work, or look
ing for some new book, tdionld s Write
nt once forr circulars of the best-Pclling
oooks pnoiisneu. Jixtraonunarv induee-
1872: ; 1873.
,,1 BETTER TBA2C PICTVKES IS THE
rr;;ilEW: YORK 0BSEHVEE V
The Great American , Family Newspaper.
f3 a aear with the -
JUBILEE YEAR BOOK.
SIDNEY : E.J ' MORSE & C0,,1
- 37 Park Row, New York. . '
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPYl
janl-4w" ; "
TRICKS and TRAPS of AMERICA
y Would yon avoid being "bit" by IJoguesr
Swindlers 4 and Humuugs f v Read the
"Star Spangled Banner." A large, Illus
trated 40 column 8 page par, Ledger size.
Splendid Stories,. Sketches, Tales, 'poems,
Wit,' Humor. Ptnzles, Recipes, &c 11th
year, $1 a year, with elegant Ilrang Clironwi
"Autumn Leaves,' free to alL Only $1.
Try it once. - Sfttisfactton guaranteed.
Agents wantexV owtfit FBKK, Speitimcns,
&c., fjr U cents, address- "BANNE1S."
Hinsdale, N. H. , - :.-.- -A.
jan -4w -- - . - - -(fjvji
E.T,AKliKBX. IK, SIUVcraoAObio.
jan l-4w '
SPI TA $6 A Per dY f' Agents wan
O 1U ted! All classes of
working people, of - either sex young or
bid, make more money at work for u in
their spare moments, or all the time than
at anything else, , Particulars fre. Ad
dress G. STINSSN & CO.,
jan 1-tw Portland, Maine.
For any" case of Blind,
Bleeding, Itching or U1-.
cerated I'i les that -"' 1) is
Bixo's Pits: Remedy fails
to- cure. It is prepared expressly to cure
the Piles, and nothiRg else.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1."
jan l-4w " -
HOW, WHEir ANB WHERE
By, Mail, 25 cent. Address,
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.
jan 1-4 w ; 41 PartRow, N. yf ;
SE E L T OH
HAVING greatly Increased 'his Stock of
2 FURNITURE , which? consists in
part oi r--rr :
Parlor: Snit. Dlark Wnluiit
jruimcu MMttwr suns,
:: French lid Cottage ? , ; .
- BMlsteadv Spring -Si'mfX
... -; -1 i Wash&taiio:
: Teapoys, - Foloinff i "
" Tables. Ladies Worlt ! ;
Tables, ' Exteiition and ;
Center Tables;, Whatnot safes,
Excelsior and Cotton Mattresses, Chairs" .
arid Stools of various styles and niany
other things not necessary to mention. ;
The Undertakers Department is complete
from the "Cheapest Poplar Coffin to . tho t
Finest' Hexijran Head, and Foot . Walnut
Casket Half ; Glass "Topi finished and trim- 7
med injtlie most Approved stylcwii I be kvpt;
constantly ready for: use. all f which wilt
Returning many thanks for past favors
most respectfully:: ask the citizens of
Charlotte and sumranding icomitry, who;
have need for anything in my line to givd
me a call before purchasing elsewhere. . v .
South Trade Street opposite the Market:
House, Charlotte, N. C. . 4
Pure White Lead.
BUB WELL & CO.
nor 15 -
SAGE. Fine New Sage, just received at v
dec 18" . " . T SCARE'S.
ETJRE POWDERED BLACK PEPPER,'
Free from Adulteration, at ,-
dec 18 ... . .-.:, SCARRU' ; 1
CnOICE Salad Oil, Finest article ever
offered in this Market, for sale at -
dec 18 '. . "-.. SCARR'S: ,
"1 TACARONA. A. fresh supply at' , Z
J)l dec 10 SCARR'S. ;
FELLS Superior Mustard. Iure Ground j
. Pepper, Pure Ground Cinnamon, Pure
Ground . Ginger . - - - - . (
dec 21 . : . BURWELL & CO. ?
1 Q Bushels of Chestnuts for sale by the
XO bushel or small measure. ' -
J. F. BUTPSj
ments oncn.Hu ocrb preauumf given mcay.
Part iculars free. Add rem ; . : , .
v QUEEN CITY PUBLISHING CO
11 1MI MflM.1