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JOHNSTONE JONES, Editor.
;J Saturday, -January .11, 1873.HJS
e-Americfin-Biiipplyo. cotton at
Liverpool Th been .uii usually heavy
this season. - Or-Wednesday "Eigh't
Thousand five 'hundred ana . twenty
one bales of American cotton
The Carlists'areltnifwarring upon
the Spanish kMonarchyi. The only
damage they seem to inflict upon
the country is in breaking, -down
telegraph1 unesteanng tip, railroads
an burntng; go4rnm eht property.
Kfhg Amedeus saems unable to rid
his domain of theinsurrectionists
who are forever "disturbing the pub
lic peace,, ? ?n' f 7 h J 7
L I C: k d ...t;
Contests for United States Senator
ships are progressing in Georgia,
Pennsylvania. .-Missouri andr Califor
nia. In, 'Georgia - the most promi
nent candidates - are Herschcl V.
Johnson and Alexander j5tephen.
ra'cev;! In bothr Pennsylvania and
Ciilifornia mercenary means are
ing largely employed, and the man
with the most inoney; is- likely to be
the successful candidate.
It was expected that, the Vilm jng-?
tohf rcMiMkte"anI fltulh erfoVd SrIIP
road would,have reached Wfadesboro
by tSisTJtim e.SBul iiotio, 1 Is
not likely to mjikejihat point before
April or -May. Hon. II G. On4er
donk,.ther Manflgine Receiver, of the
Koad, is displaying a greatdeal of
energy in the prosecution of the
work. The completion of the road
will be haUedfwith dejigtif; by the
citizeusiof this fiectionLf A in ore dir
rect railway route to Wilmington
will prove of great benefit to Char
lotte. lf- A ' 1 f- f-
Daniel R. Goodloe, Esq.7 will
shortly begin in Raleigh the publi
cation jOf. a weekly paper to be called
the Comihbnwealth. It will be inde
pendent in politics; in harmony
.with the principles which underlie
the Liberal movement, and an ex
ponent of the political sentiments of
those who occupy a middle ground
jind hold themselves apart from
both Radicals aid Democrats. . Mr.
Goodloe is a good writer, experienc
ed in the newspaper business,; and
qualified to make his journal a suc
cess. .Stokes! sqinyictionf ofcoursephatf
excited comment hotanlyr, alL .QrerH
America but in the old , world,, as
weu. It is a great triumph of 'Jus
tice np.w-a-days for a rich man : to be
condemned. ; Wealth it seems gives
a man " carte blanche to ; violate' the
law with impunity. 'But the convic
tion and condemnation of the mur:
derer of Jpisk shows that a changers
taking place h this regard
The. London JSeiusTMky: j',The de-'
i.vj hi ui uiging . XiU,waraDioKea xo
final trial for shooting -James -risk,
J r.,' areatscaWthiTtthe -" iwi-.iniijistrratibn-
df jasiicd. The'v Jaw
ahiding peope;()f iewOrkinust
teel the greatest : satisfaction at ' the
result of thelriaf, which is a distinct
triumph of law.". . -X- T
' n' ..
Says the Harr shurg (Pa!) Patnot :
There is not a Democratic Senator
in congress Whose election cart
charged to .bribery, while there is a
core. of republicans f Who could be
unseated for the . use of mercenary
means in obtaining their eleetion.
ittMiieaiism should blush at the cori-
trast;""- -"' a-: y'i i'
True.; But Radicalism is nq.t Iike
ly to blush at anything; it! is a' bra.
Ken-corister.that tiias" lost
all sense of shame, i It can only win
or Kftnev Honest 'h. John ;T Patterson
school would hot, with all their bral
.cji ciuoiuery, aare solicit the votes
of honest men, andTwould wilt in
the presence of Virtiera
' A "fr01" '.our exchanges "are
v4jl's mony r narmony j ! iiar
2nyl.lJ - Wba&Aa wrong ? The
nusn uame has been played too
lonsre already. , If the U nvK;nn-
rotten ihjthe t)eaipcratic party let it
v,i., nlV i iiazaraqwzoTBepartv
to discuss thfe Merrimnn-VanrfCSAn.
atOrial-Imbrolol andthA t PmK15
Printing, all we?ve zoffd safs th a
if"J J m a oaani, ana ft eeda a' lit
tle ventilation. tD'onJt be alarhied
... . .
As the freiffht. train: nn tKo, V;i
mipgton and WeldonKRailroadtwasr
passing the vicinity iof - the 19 mile
P,osV ?et ween, the Burgaw and Rocky
1 omt Depots, yesterday. Capt. Knight
who was in charge; discovered the
corpse of wliat he supposed t6 be a"
.white nian lyingW-therside' of l&e
roadA It is not how known who the
P00X."hfortunate jwas; but it is the
general impessiontht heiwasHruh
over and k Ifed W one 6f tnl trains
on Tuesday night? So says the Wil
in ington'&ar,1 mvy i ;Z;Mki e-.
brilliant Hop took place-at the.
RaleTglNrional 'Hotel -Thursday
Small pox is reported at or near
Friendship, Guilford county. "
' A young man recently died in Hal
ifax jail. He was . shot while being"
arrested; - '.., . y :.SW i '4 , U .
1 A gentleman from the If orthiIl
erect a large manufacturing estab
lishment in Raleigh
I'W.'H. Jones, Esq., of Raleigh, who
was struck paralysis the other,
! Ed ward Carswell the great humor
X, Temperance Lecturer of Canada,
will? lecture in-toefgh soon; 'for t.he
benefit'dftlie Good Tetrtplartf. "
l li ap.lJagUyvW f :.the.upreme
his etliciencv and,courtesy in the dis
charge of the duties of liis otfipe;
t Tlie1 Raleigh Sentinel gives an inter-
cinly Piano . Manufacturer : in this
atate. ;t?A-,v.v -V. ' .'.
' A new town is springing up at the.
'V the Newton junction ot the West
ern N. C K.;liiirtli
Newton. -x-i i
shot' iialifaoiihly; darngCh ristV
maweekj while attenj ptiug to enteT;
a h6use.'with intent to steal.- ,- Z'
. Tereivaleen soltf inltlie Wades-J
boro market-up to January 1st; 1800
bales at'lS' to lSJTcenTS. . "
I The Enfield Times says ' a colored
boy. i n that n eigh borh ood , w as kill ed
recently by .'the accidental : discharge
of a gun. , f
Tbe. residence of John Tierson,
Reedy Fork, Guilford: county t w to
tally ""destroyed 'by- fire ort Saturday
night last. the family barely escaping
with' Iheirlives." as !:' ' "A ' 1 ;3 v r,!:V: : V-;
The Lumberton Robeson ian discus
ses the question of a railroad froin
that place to Fayetteyille and wants
a meeting' held to take some steps. in
regara-to the matter. ,; t r ;
!A kerioug affray occurred .near
Scotland Keck recently between a
white man and'a negro, in which the
negro was striick in the head with an
axe, receiving serious injury.
Rev. Mr. iWarren. the; newj: Pastor
of the Fifth Street'Methodist Church,
is expected to arrive here from Bos
ton in the course of eight or ten days
and assume- the duties of his "charge,
says the Wilnfingion SftaM fiS
.The Pee Dee River froze over on
Thursday of Christmas week half , a
foot thick, and on Tuesday Mr. C M
Covington was enabled to cross it at
Dumas Ferry with . horse and buggv,
as . we learn irom tne vaaesuoro
Argils. t '' . '
jThe Wilmington Journal says it is
rumored that Mabson, colored Sena
tor irOm rJew Hanover, will resign
his seat in the Legislature, in view of
the President s proclamation m re
gard to federal officeholders occupy
ing positions in state legislatures.
The Salem Press says that on the
6th of January, 1766 106 years ago
the first tree was relied towards
erecting the first dwelling in this
place. The building is yet standing.
somewhat enlarged, however, and
occupied as a potter-shop by Mr.
John Cousins, colored, was arrest
ed a few days ago, and is now lodged
in Burke county jail, tinder the charge
of murder. The prisoner was form
erly from Catawba, and is accused of
having murdered a half breed; name
unknown," in a bar io Jin in Kansas
Cty, Clay county, Missouri about
August,' 1869. , ' .
I Judge Tourgee on Saturday last re
fused to admit to bail Geo. M. Book
er, charged with themilrder of Hamp
ton Jeffreys, at Madison, some two
months ; ago.:' f ine .application - Was
niade by Gov. Reid and Gen. . Scales
counsel ' for the ' prisoner, on .the
ground that the offence was but man
Slaughter. ' r--; V : '
i IThe Raleighl tCorOnerative . Land
arid-Building Association had their
annual meeting Tuesday .night and
elected officers as follows : Mr. Jas. H
Harrisjf President; SCViCePresidenti
Korfleet ," Dunston. Secretary, G W
Brodie and Treasurer; J B Neathery.
TJiis is the fust colored building as
sociation organized in this State, says
the'Raleigh ja-a. ; , ; ;
sWe regret to learn, from' . th e :"J?a
nerl that a little -daughter " of John
Phifef ,Esq., was accideiitatly killed
jt El Bethel Church in' scleaveland
county, last week. The little girl -was
only ten years old; andv.during . a re
cess, was running arouna ; in e nouse;
A vdune! maniwas running faround
the house'in , an opposite, direction
'and'rtieeting her at the corherstruck
hrti the tr6ast with hisfknee be
fore ;he:COuld check his f 8 peed, .-She.
fell and died in a few minutes.! M -t
We learn from Capt. Harper,; who
arrived ; Jromi Smith yil le: yesterday
that it has been definitely ascertained
that the bdat'recentlyfound fon.the
bekcH rieaf TuVs Inlet i Hb'he'Hnr''
passage 6h the', day they Vwere con
signed to a watery graye; i A. gentle-
man who was perfectly: familiar with:
the boat' Hvhich they used on that oc
casion has seen the one referred ' to
fori theieach, and is jcertain: itjis the,
sajne-one -ou'we learn irom cue
.- frhe Board of Directors of the Wes
tern NortHCarolina; Railroad Cqmr
pany will meet at Salisbury on.the
he: Hckbry ,. Tavern $agle-,BW8i)"U
is ibt:yet too late for,, the-. Directors
to'do something forthe road reduce
expenses cut down the roiling stock,'
veri"seirthe iron and . pay oil this
Mepv.rRtaer inan see n sacrinceu ana
ern-Southern Security ,tbmpany;As
a business transaction such.fioanciert
ing wouia be disgracetul; and why
tsit't it a business transaction ?
Hie Sentence. ofJOaaliassedxpon
the Slayer of Fisk How ; it was
New York Ormunercial Advertiser, Mon-V-
vi day Evening. v !.
"i Mrr Sparks7he clerk, having ihti-
rqated-o thev prisoner tha(he mu&C
now stand up, asked him hi a loud
voice : Edward 53. Stokes, what have
vou to sav why sentence of death
shbuld not be pronounced "upon you
for. tho crime Oliwriiciir you staj
The. prisoner, lookiug-.on vjacaiicy,
replied after 'a brief paused in a low
and somewhat complaining toneLof
voice :,' "I haveonly. :to.say X, am in:
nocent'bf the crinie for which'-1 now
stand convicted---:? I '-'did nqtinten-'
tionally viohite any of the laws of the
land L would also like to say that I
noticed -in one of to day 'spaper an?
interview with one of thejurors, MrV
Bowlfes, I-think;, it -isj in .which ihe,
stated to the reporter that . it,-' would
have le en better that I should not
have gone upon the- stand ;i aifd fthe
reason was, that I - testified that' the
piatoLwith which Mr. Fisk-met Ibis
death I had , never "fired , Qff. When
the jury lall.knew tli.it I had tired? it
at Saratoga with Colonel Fellows.-1 1
have only to say if that interview is
true, juat x never nreu inai pisioi on
at. Saratoga, :: and that i it never had
been discharged by me but twice. I
know' that all the testimony t given
for the defence was viewed lightlyby
the jury!: I'feei; Convinced i of:.it. .. 1
know public claiiior tias ,leeu : raised
from the frequent ' murders in- New
York City. I know that the evidence
of Thorn as Hart, on w hich Hwas con
victed, is . false, andi manufactured
from first to lost, and I believe the
prosecution knew it, for District At
torney sGarviir never alluded to-it
when addressing the jury ou the last
'1 V ------ :--!.j--.v .-, i-
Judge Board m an .theu, . fixing his
eyes upon the prisoner, thus address
ed him i tdward S.Stokes, you have
been. , defended by most eni inent
cpuhscj ' With . most; extraordinary
skill and devotion. You have been
supported and feustaihed by the sym
pathy of loving relatives and ardent
frientlsV All that wealth, ; affection,
or industry could do for you has been
well and cheerfully done. A jury;
carefully selected of intelligent arid
uprigh t ?gen tlemen, have listened pa
tiently and kindly to your own ac-,
count of this most terrible act, as
well as to the other evidence that
hiis been put in ou your behalf. They
have found you guilty of murder . in
the first degree, the highest crinie
known to our laws, in having caused
the death of JameJFisk, Jr., one year
ago to-day. The verdict was wrung
from their judgment, not prompted
by their hearts. I am sure I do each
juror but justice in saying that, , and
in assuring you that their . concur
rence in this verdict was the most
painful act of their: lives.. That result
is not the fruit of unkiiidness to yon,
but of just respect for and obedience
to the law. The evidence in the case,
even your own testimony, l am con
strained to believe, sanctions their
conclusion and justifies their verdict;.
I am not conscious, so far, as I ani
personally concerned, that I have
erred in any respect against you dur
ing the progress of the trial. I have
endeavored, in all cases of doubt, to
give you the benefit of such doubt.4
To me remains the painful dufy of
fronouncing the judgment of the
aw, not alone as a punishment of
j'bur crime, but also that by your ex
ample others may take warning from
your sad, unhappy fate. So. young
and attractive in person, with so ma
ny fountains of joy yet untasted, still
greater is my sorrow, to realize the
unmerited anguish you have brought
upon your ianiily arid friends. Your
disgrace is reflected upon them who
are pure, and your dishonor casts an
unjust but inevitable stain upon their
truth and virtue. It is a frightful le
gacy to leave your family- a spectre
that death atone can make vanish. ;
; 'Twere idle if it were; possible for
me to trace the path from innocence
to crim e, to tell the tale of unrestrain
ed passions. I can't do hV ' Let the
time which the law gives you be de
voted tO: reflection upon the past and
repentance for your " sins, 1 and" ih
preparation for: the .great ; change so
terribly. near to you. Do not delude
burself .fewith f uncertain hopes' of
pardoii or clemency.
-i Edward S. Stokes, in obedience to
the requirenients of the law, this
Court orders and, directs that you be
takeiv Jieuce, an
.custoayi ot , the
sheriff of the city and county -of Ne w
York , to th e prison fro ni wh en ce you.
camej and that you te there conhned
in close cusjtddy by such sheriff un
ana inat on mat :aav. oeiween wie
1 .' .1 i 1 '.5 . : i , -r-
hours.p U o'clock.in Hhe morningJimt mostly to the 2 United ' States'!
anu a o cjock. in the ; aiternoon, you
be hanged by the neck? until you are
dead ; and may God have mercy ort
your soul 1 4, '---'" 'r
h' 'The " prisoner was then: handed
oyer to thesUeriha
ft?S6kes Was ediiveyeUpbacJtc
Tombs m a close carriagej . accom t
panied by"h'is brother,. Sheriff Bren
naiiw and Deputy Sheriff Shields; The
greatest excitement prevailed "a't the'
jLoinDs, ana wnen me carnage siopf
crowd rushed fonvardt and almost
block ed Jt he th brdugh fajre; J he
lbh balcbhy :wh.ich extends across,
the, buihling opppsiteas crQdedj
to its utmost ,exleptand it yas
found necessary 111604100
mb ve somes of he people. rj. -i Xi
carriage, perfectly iool . and self-possessed,
and was taken at once into the
receptioh-room,r froxnH whence- he
was remoyed,tauer a. fe w r m mutes,
Ho ceil No. 4, oh the ground floor,: It
vjs Esteem ea the safer to f lodge, him
there; iTlie furniture is of the scant
iest and. plainest descriptions and he
will be allowed none of the comforta-i
We appurtenances which adorned his
other celL V; He refused to enter! into
seems probable that he will continue
to maintain the same reticence, nw
brother-appeared bowed down with
grief and sympathy, : He sretired af
ter a few moments' conversation with
hia unhappy brother. 'Kl ; ; -
LATE TELEGRAPHIC HEWS.
Congressional. . -1
'iWASHiKCToy, Jan. 8.Twenty thou-
sarid dollars has 'been appropriated
for 4he -expenses of-thecommiUee
on Privileges and Elections, - for the
Louisiana and Arkansas -elections:
' Indian; approijriatioiis were resum
ed.'1 vi n.!.'
' Jn the House, nothing- whatever
affecting the South, '.:yr' .
'- Railroad Accident - h;;
1 LoiftsvrLLE, Jan. 9. Th e 5 train' last
night was thrown from the track by
a broken rail. at. Belmont -station.
Sixty passengers were" on board, of
whoin twenty were hurt, six serious
ly.'VMaty Crowley loses her: left eye;
Congressman ,; McHenrVj has;,,. a
shoulder dislocated and otherwise
bruised ; Mrs. Houston, of Tuscombia,
had her collar bone broken and . was
internally , injured. '
- ' ' From New York.
New York, Jan. 9. The officers
and ex-officers of the army and navy
gave a brilliant reception to .r Gen.
Haiicock last night. ' ' ' ''I
, Tli e National Association ; of Iron
Manufacturers have adopted resolu
tions in favor of free banking. V '
; The National Nail Manufacturer's
Association has met. The report
shows 3,000,000 kegs were made uur
iiig the last year.
Another Saoir Storm.
Chicago, Jan.D. A heavy storm
of snow 'as fine as sand, accom panied
bya gale of wind,- has prevailed here
since 3 o'chck tlris afternoon. The
thermometer is two degree above
zero, out the cokl is tembJe owing
to the piercing wind. The storm is
accompanied by extraordinary elec
trical phenomena which interferes
somewhat with the working of the
Heavy Suit Rumored,
; New York, Jan. 9.-The rumor
was current, yesterday, that Phelps,
Dodge & Co., have been sued by the
government to recover $1,800,000
due on fraudulent invoicesand that
the firm has offered to compromise
for. $)0,(H)0. The firm publish a
card stating that thev have been and
. . . ...
are prepared to settle any just gov
ernment claim against them.
-. New York, Jan. 9. Barlow, Presi
dent of the Erie Company says, the
affairs of the compauy in connection
jfith Jay Gould are progressing sat
New York, Jan. 9. A trial of me
chanical birds for live birds, in pig
eon shooting matches, is to be made
to-day under the direction of Presi
dent Bergh, of the Humane Society.
Death of L.ouis Napoleon.
Lonpok, Jan. 9. Louis, Napoleon,
late Emperor of the French, died
London, Jan. 9. ;Napoleon slept
soundly last night, better than on the
preceding night. This morning his
phyisicians had a consultation and
deeded to perforni another operation
at noon to-dayl ..At the time of the
consultation his pulse was strong and
regular, eighty-four beats to the
minute ; at twentyfiye nfinutes past
ten, asign of sinking appeared, the
action of the heart suddenly failed,
and lie died at forty-five minutes
past ten o'clock. .
Half a Nillion Emigrants Seek
ing Homes in America. The Ger
man Emigration Association of this
city ' ha ve recei ved fu rth er ad vices
from the frome organization,Telatsve
to the movement of the German
farmers and mechanics to emigrate
to this country. The home , organi
zation, to enect this purpose, is said
now to number eighty-two thousand;
and it is proposed to form a Union
with t.hr Natinnal A trrirmlt.uriit T.d
jborers Union of London. The lat
ter association having" a member
ship of 200,000, it is contemplated
wh en the season ; . opens to send at
least .half a million of German and
English farmers and mechanics to
Various points in the New World,
ff..-.' . . .4.1 'jl S iL TT. i lC. x .
lJ(xth of these associations, have for
their principal object the relief of
the present overcrowded labor- market,-
and the German organization
has a paid up capital of three thou
sand pounds to carry out their plans.
It is proposed, ainong other vthines,
i tooirge legislation by the American
uongress tor the better protection of
emigrants! " A commission wilt leave
Bremen in the, middle ofrjanuary
for the jAirpose of -purchasirig. land
for large, colonies who- contemplate
emigrating in the c springi also, to
make , reports u pon the particular
section of the United" States, both
forclimate and tfeoil; which is 'biest
adapted to Uermans.-r- Wash. Star.
1 The Christian-World, without dis
cussing ths orthodoxy J or otherwise
of George ;Elliot ."Ikliddle-raarch;
endorses ; her ideal. that -r clergymen
should not he "specimen -of imbe
cile gentility,1 who represent ' Chris
tianity as if it were an institution for
getting up idiots genteelly, , n
Ln-TLEFIELD. The' Washington
Star has a report from -Jacksonville,
Fla., that I'the great absorber; Milton
SublimeXUtlefield; is about to absorb
all the railroad interests of JFlbrfcln. 1
J ; ' ........... j
Gen. - has been appointed
Governor-General .of Portb Kico.
: ATeduction'pf bank Trates of dis
count it isappf eliended has been de
cided upon in London"'
,.;Vakeford Brothers, silk; dealers in
London have failedfcoss half a mil
lion. , '"'-.
The Czarowitjs of Russia is ill.
The rate of i discount for.uthree
fha Kills iri the onen market of
Lbiidbiiistrrreee ghthsf per cent boH
low. the Bank. of England rate. ,
1 Tle Temperah'ceiReform i in Eng
land continues io keep. the public
attention- fn -'a remarkable-? and en
coiiVagifig way! A prize of 2p0 guine
as.ii offered by. an advertisement "in
the .public iournala for the best essay
on" nho' following subject ; r. "rhe
Tern pemnceReforcoation-its Claito$
upqn the Christian Church. c:
Hew Advertiseiaeiits. r
K. M. MILLER & SONS,"
C 0 H2IIS SI0I? HZRCHA HT&
HAVING Completed ournew three
stery bnildingi on the- cotbot48 of Col
lege and Fourth t Streets,- we ; have ' ast
REMOVED : into Jit, and. are ready lor
our Customers. '! ' ;-" M . J";"
. Our House is divided into' five Depart
1st pepaxtoeatPancy' ; Gioceriti.
Soa ps. Candles, Cand yV Starch,
. Sngnr, Coffee, Tas, '
5 Spicks Frixe
s Brnndy Peaches, Ac;, r.;
Purchased direct fron the Manufacturer
with the vjew! -of" supplying" the " H
WUOLESALE THAOt. ? '
2&d DepartiaentpHeavy Gooda.
Molasses, Bacon, Flour Xard, Mek"
ret, 4ce Our facilities for handling ,
such goods, are j superior to those . -of
any . ruercantlle house in
the City. Metcban ts may
. rest assured th&t they :
can always obtain
gootl iof u at , . -THE
3rd Department Prodnce..
Cotton, Cora, Whea Oate, Rye, Hy;
&c. Bought at Myhst eash prices.
tiold ' on Cvmmissi&n. Stored, with
cash advances i mhde- uppn the
same. We itwlte special al
teitfwn to our Cfnnmission
and storing tyusbiess "V "
TO WIUC'U WE i'JtY CLOSE PER- ;
SON A L 'A TTEXTJVX
WE ARE AGENTS H0R ZELL'S and
other SUPE B PHOfSPHAXES, the .
most rejiable article on the Mar- N
ket. .Certiticat! from reliable
farmers furuisJUed on Appli
cation. We are also
Agents for ,
5th D epartment eaf Tobacco
Warehouse. - v
we have coimpX.i$:d wrru tub
Revenu Law, and are how ready to re
ceive Laf Tobacco, which we will :
buy or sell oo cbniuiiiision.
t Our Warehouse fees, are
less than the sune at .
Richmond ai Dan
Tille, and .the
THOSE MARKETS! ALWAYS OB
OUR large and commodious HALL will
be finished and opened tcl the public about
the First of Marchi i K i .
WE THANK girous public for the
liberal patronage. whicH has hwetofore
been bestowed upon us, and we hope that
through t itrict attenUon to business, . amd
selling our goods at low !i figures we may
merit a continuance of thsir favor. ' :
R. M. MIIiLER iu SONS.
January 11, 1873. ''
THOSE persons to whom , we have- ex
tended credit during the past year will
confer a favor upon us by , calling at once
and settling their accounts, as this must be
our last appeaL REMEMBER IT I
,R.;M. MlliLER A SONS. ,
janll t, K i-4 :i 'yi
ALUABLE .City :-. .Property .:. for '.sale.
Term'a easy. ' ; Apply. to.. - ;
jah ll7lw - C. W; ALEXAKDER.V-
THE Wilmington, CbArlotU'and :Ruth-'
.erford Railroad Company,:; and all its
onlcers, conductors, engineers and servanta
are hereby notified that hey must desist
from taking or interfering!: with any wood,
fence rails or other material, unless paid
for, on my plantation in Gaston county, or
they will all, each and 'every, of them, be
made responsible for such itreepasess.
jan ll-3t . A.; Bl DAVIDSON.: :
( :::ViCHiLHG3.;;i ; 'yjy;
fXirll E, STITT has' withdrawn from the
I if firm of Brem, Brown & Co. The busir
ness of the firm must , be settled up. We
beg leave to say to our old patrons, that
we will be compelled ' to change ours to a
nearer cash business.1 ' ( ' -
- jan U-lw. - ; BRUM, j BROWN -A CQ.' i -
: Medium seized SORREL IIORSEwith
J..a saddle but no bridle on was-, taken
p on : Wednesday. by J,N. Caldwell, at the
jail.;. The, owner ,can get him by ; coming
forward, proving property : and 1 paying
charges. , . i
jan 10-lt ' ' ; -i'1'--:-".',.
'TRISH arid Sweet Potatoes. VAnbther5 fine
X lot of Irish and ,, SM-cet Potatoes, just rc
ceived. ni ivk r . - B. X, SMITH:
.THS BEST IS THE CHEAPEST ! r
T O ' P L-AU T E R s .
. i ' '?v
rE Offer the following Fertilizers
Patapseo Guano, ClHsjapeakc Gnano
I Watson & Clarke's. Super-Phospliate.
( yp . nac uciouic xit; ojfrMii ir!iucrin, to
our Farmers the": above first-class Fcrtili
:Ta. those who ha ve used them so mauy
years, we h eeel ofi ly say. that thev are guar.
anteecLfei .v he .fullyjup Jq thefr previous
I And to such- as have not yet used them
one trial wilf convince them that they ar
superior to all others-; so make sure of a
supply and pleaBe' 4and 5 in your . ortiers
early, as "the consumption exceeds the
manufacturing power. , ,
For sale iri any1 quantitv; by
J 5TENH0USE, MACAULAY & CO.
' jan 1Qi,vjI ui 1 ;
"PBENCH and: American' Window Glass
A-.' in gobd'order. ' ,. '
:v,nu WM.E, BURWELL & CO.
- jan 9," M
MACARONI,, Corn Starch, Chocolato,
k HorsfordV Bread Preparation, Pure
Ppwder Cringer and Pepper,
. yrR. BURWELL & CO,
jan 9i, " ' Springs' Corner.
TROCHES of ; Lact6. Phosphate, lime
and Pepsihi. '
WM. R. BURWELL & CO.
HAIR Brushes. English and Amen an.
" r wirR: BURWELL & CO.
1 jao a, J;,;,u.f. :,.....-. .
LEWIS'. Pure White Iad,
..i n YM. E. BURWELL & CO.
; jan 9
VS .!''. rf
To Our Friends and Acquaintances.
WE thei Undersigned beg leave to thank
our friends and acquaintances for
their liberal patronage bestowed upon our
Employer, Mr. E. Shrier for the past year,
and most resjectfuily ask a.continuance of
the .same as we,'arc still at the Tempie of
Fashion. Respectfully, ''
u - J. A. YOUNG, Jr.,
A. H. TATE,
jan 9' - ' '
Special . 2Fotice to the Public.
AS a great many changes have taken
place this year, - I respectfully beg t
inform the citixens of Charlotte and tho
public in general that no cban lias taken ,
place at my. establish rnent. -I am still at
my old stand, No.1 24 Try on Street, David
Parte buildimt, ' with" a large and well
selected stock of thevftnest arid latest style
of custom-made clothing for Men, Youifis
and Boys wtar, also on hand a tine stcx-lc
of Gobis Furnishing Goods, Shirts, of
Ballou's make, the bent fitting shirt in tho
worlds' The very latest styles of Hats,
Scurfs,, Bows and Ties, Umbrellas, fcc, &c,
and I will still sell ' them at prices to defy
I expect to leaVe fir New York City in a
short time to lay in my stock of Cloth ing
and Pittc Goods, for my Tailoring Estab
lishment and will also bring with me an
experienced Cutter and Tailor, and will be
ready by Spring to cut and make to order
at my own tistablishment and under my
own supervision aiid at lower prices than
the same quality of goods can be made up
in tWyi ivr iui v' nt.kr itv this sirlf if llalti-
Being, tltahkfal to the citizens of CLar
lotte -arid ;tli1: public in general for the
liberal patronage heretofore bt stowed uiu
inc, I mtrcspcctfidiy ask a continuanco
of the isame. .Respectfully,
Home and Democrat copy.
ASupplv of Pennsylvania Red Top
STEN HOUSE, MACAULAY k CO.
P. WARING: Attorney at Law, from
his old attic on Tryon Mr, to the office
in the Court House next door to the Sher
WE have this day sold our ; entire stock
of Groceries, liquors, tc.t to Messrn.
W. H H. HCJlUSTQN t CO and in , retir-
iag.fvoot bvusinrts rpact: oily ask a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage bestowed
upon lis to Our successor!.4 1 V", f 7 '
; 1 UUKUOKY WILLIAMSON,
! .-i Wi?J;' BLACK.M& L0. ' i -
i jan X:li.4:fiMi'M'-i '2
'Havmer purchased W. -'J. Black &
Go's and: -firegroy 'A. Williamson's entiro
Stock of Qoods, we bkve opened at Gregory
A WiUkuaasea's ld iad, next; door to
McMurray, Davis T A Go's, at which placo
we .will constantly4; keep a complete Stock
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.,
:And would respectfully ask a call from
the public, r . v ' , : v
.., r;...;H; H. Houston a co.
;t a w t txrt vt t r witctt
formerly with Gregory & Williamson, and
McD"' ARLEDGE, , formerly , with W. J.
Bicz Co.. ar with, us and will be pleas
ed tQ see their friend' and enstomers.
,iv u W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO.
' oHOXICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE Co-partnership which I expected
-to form by January 1st -1873, will not
take place -.until i the latter.part. of this
month. and therefore! will; continue the
sale tf the. entire , . .
STOCK' OF. FANGY-, jv ..
1 DRY. GOODS, fjj .- .
:f '-n' MILLINERY,
,;:' yitiCLOTHiKo, ac.,
At thesarne reduced prices. , . riV 1
I jWILL alsc continue to keep up my
-"j 'JJAtfUAlN COUNTER.
1 v B; Koopmann,4
C li X lit O T T E , VN , c .
d ii- lTJood I ;T7ood U; ii
TAj persons cart be sun blled "with Tire
xl. Wood by calling on me, or leaving
their orders at 'Messrs. "A."1 "R. 1 Nisbet
Bros.,Storn '. j V T H. EDWARDS.
1 inn 7. t .
Comfortable Cottage with four rooms,
Osborne formerly occupied hv A. A, Gas
ton. Apply to , , -
anllu V.Vli -F.. A. McNLNCH.
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