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The' Ciiariotte.ObserTer. '..t-i' --v a;. J-: A: , oriqmna.; -
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Office, Bryce's a Building, Trade Street.
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BATES OT StJBSCRIPTIOir.
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Six months, in adyancei...............:.. 3 00
Three Months, in advance, 1 50
One month, in advance, . ......... 60
The Obsebveb will be delivered in any
part of th$ City at Fifteen Cents per week: '
I J&tf Contract Advertiseineiits taken at
proportionately low rates; 1
Five Squares estimated at a quarter-col-.
.CHARLOTTE J N. C.l S ATURDAY,1 JANU AKYC 11 ; Vl873
No. i,53p :
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BT EBEW. . EEXFORD.
Come badk to me, beloved, my heart keeps
i calling out,''''"
Come back to me, and CakVxne once more
iwithin vour arms: , '.
For. oh ! I am o lonely,' your own strong j
And life idark with shadow!, and full of
Come back! to me, beloved, . I dream 'of you
at nignc, , . L.
And think your arms are round ' me, my
head upon your breast: .
And I forget the shadows and alj, of life's,
attngiit,, -, . .
And dreaming of you, darling, my , tired
heart can rest,. 1 '
And then I waken, 'finding-'twas nothing
but a dream, .-.,, v
And tears wilt blind niedarliftg; I' cannot
see. ' ' " " ' : ' fr.
Your pictutre smiling at me,, although. Jthe,
inoonoeums gxeam . , - . 1 P4 -1
Arross mv window's lattice and silver all
the lea. ' " " D :,.
Come back to me my darling, when even
ins; lights her lamps
Above the! eastern hilltops., and . all the
world grows still, ' ?
I think of vou, beloved, out in .the dews
And pray Vou may sleep sweetly, and never
ureaiu oiui. . ;
Rut T am bh. so lohelv ! I have no one to
My head, 1 when I ,ani weary, against
But sometimes in the twilight my empty
larms I fold
And dream they clasp , yori,- darling, my
tieart replete With rest.'
i ' . -
Come back to me my loved one ! I . miss
svour kiss so much !
yhe mellow music of your voice, the smile
of vour dear face :
My heart wo'uld throb most gladly, if1
Uvmld feel the touch .
Of your dear hand or see you here, in this
ii j your vacant place I
In vain 4 call you, darling ; yon never can
! come back:
iiot if you hear me,
I is so 6weet, .
And I must journey onward along lifers
And watthe Father's own good time,
loved, ere we meet.
The Memory of lee.
Bichmond, January 1, 1873
To the tadies of the South and alt others
who wish to do honor to the memory
of the late General Robert E. Lee,
At a nfieeting of the Virginia Divi
sion of tlhe Army of Northern Virgi
nia heldjat Richmond October 31,
1872, thje following resolutions, of
fered bv Lieuteuant-General j. A.
Early, ere unanimously', adopted :
"Resolved, That the sarcophagus
now in bourse of preparation by our
Virginia artist, Valentine, to be
placed over the tomb. of General r'R:
E Lee, :at Lexington, V", com ni'er cTs
itself td special lavor tu promising,
from the beauty of thej jdesign and
t he skill of the sculptor, to be a
worthy memorial of our. departed
chief. , - .
"Resolved, That for thte purpose of
assuring and expediting, the comple
tion of this noble work of aH,' to be
placed as a fitting token : of a whole
people's love and homage above the
ashes of their departed hero, we re
commend to the ladies of the South
to hold memorial meetings on the
next anniversary of the birth of
Generail Lee (Mondays January 20th,
1873. ) and to take such measures as
shall to them seem best for" collect
ing money on that day to . be, special
ly .appropriated to the decoration of
his tomb by the erection .of the said
"Resolved That Seargeant; George
L. Christian, of Richmond, Virginia,
he, and he is hereby, appointed v an
agent to receive , from all sources
such contributions as may be made
for thej purpose of carrying, rout the
and that he advertise " through the
public jpress for this purpose. ' '
It is learnestlv hnnp.d and ftrnftcied
that the ladies of the South Avill take
8Uch steps at onc as will carry into
euecc tne duty assigned to . them in
tne toregoing resolutions; and they!
ire requested to transmit the pre
ceeds resulting from their effprts to
WJC ""Mersignea uoncnouuons ,re
also earnestly solicited for -the pur
pose above mentioriaed -from 'all
wno idve and wish to do honor to
the memory of our great " chieftain.
ah contributions and communica-
lions should be addressed toV. ,
I r George Li Chrtsiut
Secretary Virginia Divison Army
Northern Virginia, Richmond, Va.' 5
We imake room for a graphic ; ac-
v,Vj uy our neignoor or ine-oout
f tyme, of. his recent ytrip to Co-
uniuia ana unarleston.
if it seirves to remind us of our unut-
i ' C"JIS anu u is tresses, isnever
theless, a picture drawn to the life.:,
, "ises nis pen witnv tne same
"old, nsparing hand with which he
ieldfed his sword in times that4 are
Ahej worst of our situation is, that
e can see ho prospect of reliefno
end to our troubles it is a Pandora
bx of deviltries. and : distempers
-.oi upuu me country, wimoui j
nope left at the bottom.' - -
--I 4 v. Rock Hill Lantern.
Th Superidr Court of Wake is t irt
wsian, Judge Watts presiding.
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jiewouioais. xi- is.au eiegani miscellany oi j
pure, light, ami -graceluL literature i and a
collection ol pictures, the rarest specimens
oi aixisuc Kttui -m uiacK ana -wmie. Al
though each succeeding number affords,
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i ii i rrvTrf a t Trvf
and original conception alone and linap
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Tlie pssessor of a complete volume can
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engravines in anv other sliape or number
of volumes for ten times its cost : and then,
there are the chromos, besides ! ;
Notwithstanding the increase in "the
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AL,uir jv assumed its proportions ana rep
resentative charcter. Uie edition more Uian
doubled during the past year; proving that
the American public appreciate, and will
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The publishers, anxious to justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
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., ttiiimintg ynnm .ytiaimi y.tao
monthly issues, will astonish and delight
even the most sanguine friends ot 'iHlfi
The publishers are authorized to an
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?elected with a view to the highest artistic
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avoiding such as have become familiar,
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The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, will
reproduce four of John S. Davis' inimita
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seasons. These plates, appearing in tne
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The popular features of a copiously Ulus-
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THE ' ALDINE can be enhanced,
in proportion to the numerical increase of
its supporters, the publishers propose to
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PREMIUM CHROMOS FOR 1873. ;
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Every1 subscriber to THE ALDINE, who
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. in .... ....j.i:..- T ..1 ..S- .f
Deauuiui ou enromos, auerj i. j . xxiii,- mc
eminent English painter. ' fThe ?' pictures,"
entitled The Village Belle." and "Cross
ing the Moor.' are 14x20 inches are prin
ted from 25 difiFerent i plates requiring 25
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ALDINE out of the reach of competition
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the achievements of : inventive ' genius
and improved mechanical appliances.
( Foi il lustrations of these chromos. " see
November issue of THE ALDINE.) ' "
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ARD HENRY STODDARD, assisted by
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s . , Publishers,'
dec 5 58 Maiden Laue, New York.
cases wnere tne ceruncawj wgivcu, uw6 , . x .'.- JOHN T. BUTLJfiK, .
the facsimile signature of J ames Sutton & . 22 Opposite Mansion House. ; ;
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Elegant white Kraut for .all who love
it. r , JjF. BTJTT;1
dec 6 - . ; '
Sacks Factory filled
and for- sale bv
a4Trri , ,
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ITT XT . : -
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nov27 rJ . ' '
X.! Von Heverlioff. '
PROPOSES to form,inst
. duct, n, Charlotte, , N.
instruct, and , con-
, N. C. a . Musical
Socier"; 'and to give musical festivals.
The income from which, is to be applied
to Hhe " purchasing: of -Maps " Globes and
Scientific Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. Also, to famish i for the Institute,
Orchestral Instruments! and: Music. " such
as are found in Seminaries of the lanrest
Cities South and North These Instru-
ments, &c., will be placed in the hands of I
the Trustees, for the use of. and to con
tinue7 to be the property of the' Charlotte
(ix. u. i ' institute -iQT xoung iaaies
I arms of admission, $5.00
Instructions per month,' 2.00
Ladies and erentleruen desirinir to become
members of the Society will please lea?e
their names" at the book store of Messrs
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riOFFEE, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese and
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sept 19 A. R. NISBET & BRO'S.
BUCK WHEAT FLOW
BUCK W HE a T .
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JUST Received,' now call and huy and
' also get some of our el egant Goshen
-Butter to eat with the cakes when thev are
smoking hot,-at. . . .
: JOHN F. BUTT'S,
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" The Change. ;
TTAVINQ notified our' friends and cus-
XI tonierssonie time since, that our busi
ness would change January 1st, 1873, we
are pleased to say that the change bs
taken place, and it is to be strictly CASH
or .30 DAYS URKD1T Those.whQdo not
pay promptly need not expect any favors,
save us the unpleasant auty ot aenying
To our many mends ana patrons we re
turn thanks.; and ask a continuance of
their favors-believing that by a strict ap
plication of the above rules, we will be
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
All bills are due and payable on the 1ft
day of each and every month.
n 1, 1873, ly
Democrat please copy.
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mi ''itrc'Mfdf strperior qTtality.-
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STATESVILLE, ft. C.
fTlHE Proprietor of the above named
JL ; Hotel respectfully invites the people of
Charlotte and the public generally to call
on him when they visit Statesville. He
will nare neither pains nor money to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE a first class
HOTEL, and worthy of public patronage.
1. A. PK1U15,
nov 25-tf Proprietor.
Prescriptions prepared at all
of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected esfjedallyj for Family and
idsl at ' ? ,'; , . . ' t SCARR'S
l . june 29 J' , ,7 ; Drug Store,
Just received a lot' of select ' Spices for
Pickles, Preserv es, &c, at F. SCARR'S
itme 29-"''-' ' i ''P r DrueStoi
; Finest article in Market, ;:.
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' june20:- i I ,': Drug Store;
JT (W. WADSWTORTH.hasat,his i wyery
I . nnl Sal Stable, opposite . the City
Clonk: HORSES and MULES for sale and
kept constanly on hand. ' '
nov go -; y
mWO Acres- Of land adioining the pty of
rapidlv improving neighborhood. Will
be sold enjure, or m ioia,io huh. imiuiwo,
llnrderFire .& Eobbery.
,4 S ii
am- losing many of my;
mert hv ' crprtitinsr inein ; i
take the liberty of asking, all who owe, me
to call and settle up by tlie lsfof ebroary
1873 or sooner. j.
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Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
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Game of Natural History; ai Game of Sel-
huett comicalities, r Game r of poduUj
Cliaracters from Dickens. The Flower
Game. Blind , Alphabet and tbe monkt
a new game and old . puzzles. S Magic oi
Romone of life sport. lAdemuss and
Dividem wide s awake game.' The ' Social
Oracle. The game, of Arithmetic im
proved. Puzzle rjnapr of North! America
Alphabet and; objects Tablets J Holiday
Arithmetic, a simple and fascinating game
What Is it: ' or now itd make money
Henry's Penny Puzzle. - My .Motlier's Puz
zle. , .Nursery Rhymes FuzzleJ ' Our Pet
Puzzle v The Model Ship puzzles. ? Uncie
Raphael's Puzzle ,' Chromos..; h Alphabet
Blocks 'Toy bookg arid a laage tiumber of
Other pretty and interesting things for the
-I 1 . . . . , . . . !l'J.J.l!.i.,
cniiaren at unnsunas a can w soiiciiea
by 4 ; Ymm? TlDDYBRO.
iy dec lS a-jWti': v?iit7'A'&jir Jt..
Rev. Aldeirt Sm6des, TA'D Rector.
v': . -o'Rev. Bennett Smedes, lAJMi As't. 1
THE Sixty-second Term of this School
-Will commence on the Twehty-fifth of
January 1872. and continue until the 17th
of June. J For a circular apply to the Rec
tor. '..-?'; -i-.--. 1J ;.r
tj AIR 'Brushes,
Tooth Rrusbes, : Nail
Whi. r: burWelL1 a oo,
- - Springs Corner.'
terosene lamps; 1 vh!
IV ... BURWELL A CO.
4ec21 , . M 1
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J. T. BUTLER'S ! !
Watches, Clocks, Jewel-
ry, Diamonds, Silver
and Hated Ware,
Spectacles; && '
J. T. BUTLER'S
OPPOSITE THE MANSION 1IOUSF,
- October 22
a noon FOR THE MllXIOIf j
Married F thoa abeat w
marry a th phrtkilogieai
mjtteriei and itTtlatloeMf
tha Hiitl avataa. with tka
lataat umotwim ib proaaeiag ana prTauaf afriprioc
- kaw U prcMTT tka ompUxieo, e.
TbUi aa lateraatiag work f two kaadrad S tixXy
Mcea.viUi aameraaa oirartagt, aa aoataiaa TalaaMa"
iafenaatiea fer tkaaa wa era aurrted,er eaMBiplaMaar
rian. StiUUlaa beak thateagat U be kepi aader took
aa key, aa4 net laid careiesal; a boat the beaae. -
It eoBtaiaa the ezperieooe and adrioe t a piraioiaa
wheaerepataUemia world-wide, and akeaM beta the ptt
Tate drawer of erei y aiale aad female threagbeat (he ea lire
globe ItealbraoeaeTerytbiiigeatbeaBbieetef tkegea
ratire iretem tbat ia worth knowing, aad aiaokt that ta
vat pabUabed ia aa other work.
Beat to aay one (rree ef peetage) far Fifty Cent.
Aadrew Dr. BaUT Stopeaearrie. laa.Xigbtkrtrea
St. Loaia, Me.
Kotiea to tLo AfSicted ani UnfbrtTznAte.
Stfbre applrlag to the aotorloaa qaaeke who adoertiaa taj
pablie papera,er aateg aay qaaek reatediea peraee Dr
Batta' work ao matter what jear dieeaee ta, or bow dealer'
able year eeaditiea.
Dr. Batu aeeaatea a doable boaae af twoaty-oeroa)
rooau ; i i i adorood by eomeef the moat eelebrated madr'
a I prafeaiara af tkU eoaatry aad Karoae, aad eaa be oon
felted peraoaatly or by mall, oa the dieeaee meatieaed t
bla work. OOm aad parjoro. Ke. 11 If. Bight I
Ktweea Marke t aad Chaaaat, St. Laaia, Ma.
n r 2-d & Tf ly
A. . Kisbet & Brother
HAVING completed an improvement in
their . Ommodious Store Room Qtt
rrade Street, o ;e door west of Smith A
Hammond's Ht ug Store. Charlotte, N. C.
are noxr receiving a well selcctod stock of
Groceries, Musical instruments, J ys, fJi-
jrs. c.i which has neen bought by oner
of the firm, at a time Irlion the market was
most favorable. ; They therefore fetl sati'
fie I that thev. can sell all goods . in theii
liii aslow asauy firm in Charlotte, lot
ca th or to punctual xinstoiucrs.
mi . ? i - r L i a v Al .
, Alley inviic aerpuauo uj titciti a
call, (as they had a" special eye to theif
wholesale trade,) and feel Warranted in
sa ving that they can sell to as to make it a
taring to them in their purchases.
, Thev rstum their thanks to their friends
II , d the generous public for past favors, and
sjiicit a continuance ot toe same,
A. R. KISBET & BRO.
' ' IlAGICi
SOMETHING new and woTnIcrfnl In the
Magic line. Call and see it, at
dec 15. ; TIDDT'S.
FOR 8 AXE.
1 Lot of iine HORSES and MULES.
A in splendid order. At DAVIDSON1!!
UVERY, STABLEST Horses and Mule
for sale are kept on hand constantly. 1
y. nor 16-U i-K t; . ui 'U - iZ
. PaperBagi. ;
filEN TilbtJSAND raper Bags ! Straw
A Wrappine Taper and Taper Twine, for ;
nif kircmTS ;,Tisiting ; Charlotte, wiU .
ill. find Writing Taper and Envelopes' 1
very cneapcas ruiuaui o.
jatt 4. i"t
mEAS, Spices, RcklpsTOyaters, Jellies, ,.
JL Lemon Syrup and Caane4 Fruits, now j
receiving a -
sept 19 AB-K.-ABEO.
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