CAlDtVEIX, Ical Editor:
riday, January 17, 1873.
Tspeclal Notices inserted la
Local Column will toe Charged
cents per i,
ease send the money for the time
Will . ,
the paper is wanted.
"""-contractors will not be allowed,
under Stheir contracts, to advertise any
nther than their legitimate business,
,lHless by paying specially for such ad
vert Iscments. - " ' .
JHaoiatrates, Blanks--At the Observer
n.mSj you can get. Magistrates' : Blanks
printed in the neatest style, on best quality
of pap v -r" J '
UrHage licenses. If you wish Mar
riage Licenses, beautifully executed; call
nt the Observer Office. ;'; , ;
Deeis Prinfled on Bond paper can be
had aMhe Obbebveb OmcK. ;
pg- Correspondents must not write on
both sides of their paper.
The following new. advertisements ap
pear this morning the first time, -?i
Garden Seed. ' , , ,
- .-, " ; ' '
Col. W- J- Yates returned from Fayette-
There seems to be a considerable quan
tity of fresh fish in market at present.
We learn that the Air-Line Itailroad
bridge across Saluda river has been. com
pleted. I : ' ?!
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There was no session of the city court
yesterday morning and we were very much
The rubbish on Trade street, caused by
the recent work on the Central Hotel, was
being removed yesterday.
Perspnal. Gen. W. C. Means, one ol
the largest and most successful farmers in
Cabarrfis county was in the city yesterday
and registered at the Central Hotel.
The state of the atmosphere yesterday
ami thic rain which fell in torrents at intcr-
ieminded one forcibly of an April
Ir. Broaden, in his address to the Senate
gravelly informed the Senators that the
people of North Carolina were "chiefly en
gaged in the cultivation of the soil."
A vcjry interesting wool pulling occurred
on Tra;le street yesterday, and as if to add
insult to injury, the man who got "the
worst end of it had scarcely gotten up be
fore he; was tackled and carried to the cala
boose, f .
Legislature. This body . having met
ami proceeded to business, we begin again
to-day the publication of the daily pro
ceedings. Our readers shall be kept well
posted )ii everything of interest that trans
pires during the session.
Slightly Out of it. Some genius with
a historical turn of mind, has been writ
ing to tpie Richmond Dispatch, giving an
account of the living Confederate Generals,
tVir whereabouts, vocations, fec. In speak
ing of General D. II. Hifl, this correspon,
dentsijj's : ;
"(general D. H. Hill keeps a school ? at
tlic toi-n of Hillsborough, and mean time
edits a periodical, xublished once a
laoiitl called The Land We Love" ,
General Hill neither lives in Hills-
bor()uj4!i keeps a school,, nor published a.
niontlijly periodical ; but lives in Charlotte
and edits the Southern Home, one of the
best weeklies in the South. v 1"'"'
Brilliant Marriage. Yesterday after
noon large crowd assembled, in the pries-
byterip Church, to witness the marriage
of Mr.f John W. Miller, of the grocery, firm
of K. Miller & Sons, to Miss Ida, daughter
of Iletry B. Williams, Esq., all of this. city.
About 5i o'clock, the bridal party entered
tJie church and took their positions at the
chancel. The attendants were: Mr. John D.
Williafms, Jr., and Miss Fannie Jones ; Mr.
Clias.Snow and Miss Mamie Wilson ; Mr.
Jas. Oates and Miss Lida Walters ; Mr.
Wm. Saddler and Miss Bettie Williams ;
Mr. V. Forbes and Miss Alice Springs ; Mr.
fli Spjrings and Miss Alice Williams."
Thefmarriage ceremony was pronounced
in a very impressive manner by Rev; Dr.-M
A. W. Miller, pastor of the Churchj ? after
whiclii the assemblage dispersed. The ae-
coraplished young couple left on the
evening train for a Northern tour.
Tfte Gen'l R, E. lee Monument.-
The grand monument to the memory of
Geneikl Lee is now rapidly being construc
ted under the direction and skill of Prof.
v oientine. And in order to complete it at
the earliest possible day, the Executive
ComnHttee of. the I. MemnnVI A
tion, if Lexington, Va., "which is compos
ed of juch distinguished men as Gen. Pen-
dietoi, Gen. Terry, Hon. Wm. McLaugh-
an, Col Preston Johnston," Chas. Dayid
son, and others, have authorized the pub
ucation arid sale of a perfect steel engray-
a potnat of Gert. Lee. . The proceeds of its
sale to be applied in furtherance of the ob-"
J-i or tins Association, namely : to the
erectijon Of a monument to the memory of
en. xi. e. Lee, at the Washington and
university, Lexington, Va. ; The por
trait jwil be ; sold only bv subscription.
through regular authorized agents. , Every I
.us?riber for the portrait will receive a
certitcate signed by , the Secretary and
naitman of the Lee Memorial Association.
weepmmend this nortriat tothennhlirt.
and i6pe some eodd enereetic man will
secuie the agency in this . seciion in order
louHKTTncm nali7 OhTo7nave been constl
and, any s 'eoinjnunieatioris Iad4rcsse4 to
them for circulars, terms,- and certificates,
will receive prompt attention. '""
In his daily walks to and froni his
room 8 on Custom House street com
ber sXBourJbon, tx theriTJnited States
ipourtiJUdge DurelJ isf folio wed rand
uarueu'.oy , iwoiOJeputy;. Marshals.
xins conduct on tne part ol a. Feder
al Judge is as unnecessary as it is in
sulting to a qujet; 'and - law-abiding
people. No tma - intends., $ob.arih
him. His guilty conscience is; his
only accuser: and we are not surpris
ed that our violated "liberties, like
the;m wriered-Bntjqirer'srghost; priHigjSgJS VdTat2!??r ncy or
lt n it nv uip : uiuuuig, nun owiw
continue, tQ haunt his, footsteps Jand
disturb his slumbers,This. is but an
other verification- of Solomon's
words : "The wicked flee when -ok
man pursneth ; but thbrigfdtedns are
aa bold as ion."-Saimnnah Advertise
er. . . , . ' .
" ' Clty; of Raleigh Bonds, . .
The News of yesterday aays the January
interest on, the. onet two and three year
city bonds will be paid on presentation of
coupons, at the- Raleigh- National Bank or
State National. . : . -
r Comparison of Imports. ' ' I
The following shows the imports, ex
elusive of specie, at the port of New York
for the Week ending January 10, the first
in the account for the new year :
is 'Mm' s
To'l for week $5,610,792
The following statement, made up from
the recent report of the State Treasurer of
Georgia to the Legislature,, shows the
healthy financial condition of that State.
"The total receipts of the Treasury for the
last year from various sources, including
general tax, rental of State Road, sale of
bonds, poll tax, school tax, sale of land
J-', J J' . . 11
00. Tlie expenditures, including the
1 1 i . . j. , j
puoiic aeDi, special api;upriuiions, legisia-
ve pay" rolls, civil establisliment, printing
fund, etc.aggregates only about $1,300,000,
leaving a balance in the. Treasury of over
$700,000. ? ,
IV all Street and Cougrcss.
The proceedings of Congress on Tuesday
had more than usual interest for the street,
chiefly on account of a proposition from
Mr. Boutwell for the enactment of a law
that the amount of legal tenders shall not
not be less than $356,000,000 or more than
$375,000,000. This matter is not within the
province of. Congress to act upon. The
legal tender decision of the Supreme Court
prevents the further issue of legal tenders.
If the present limit be $356,000,000 then
Congress can authorize no more. Congress
can sanction contraction, but not expan
sion. Virginia Finances,
In his recent message to the Legislature,
the Governor says the interest; upon the
bonds funded under the act of March 30th,
1871, that is, the Funding act,jnust be paid
and no mode pf voiding t cap , be .devised,
even if we desired 'it. He shows that the
interest due and unpaid oh these bonds off
the 1st of January, 1873, and that which
will fall due by the 1st of January, 1874,
will amount to nearly $2,600,000. which
amount, added to the other indebtedness
falling due during the current year, makes
a total of Over $4,260,000 to be provided for
Kir tVio lef nf Tiinii-irv t874.; ' Tin tiewprnnr
concludes by saying that his opinion has
deliberately formed, and every calcu
lation and estimate areruily made, and if
his recommendations are adopted every re-
i suit stated will be realized.
C II All LOT VT -t MARKETS.
MESSRS. STENhOUSE, MACAtJLAY A CO.
. CHAttLOTTE, Jan. 16.
COTTON. Sales to-day about 150 bales
at prices ranging from 15 to 18i cents ac
cording to quality" .Latter price tor. mia
dhng. 5 - Market quiet.'
BY W. H. H.
CO. ' , -
PROVISION MARKET Flour $45 to
$4.50 per sack, on market
New Corn bo to 70 cents, little onenng
W heat r S1.6U little ottering no
demand. ' . -
Oats 50 to 55 cents good demand.;
Peas,5 8trictly- clay. 90 other kinds
80 to 90. Good demand.' '
Fresh Butter 20 to 25 cents.
Mountain Butter, in Kits. 16 cents no
demand, f-- , :t "
Chickens 1& to 20 cents. . . . , . ,
Eggs 15 to 20 cents, with good demand
; Bacon v. (Baltimore- duik siaes.; o w ot
cents; -1-- , . .
. No North Carolina on Market. .. .
: ;Lard Baltimore Flake in quantity
Hi to 12 cents. 1
Tallow 10 to 12 cents. "
Beeswax 25 to 31 cents. LI- i tJ -: ; V C
Sweet Potatoes, $1 to $1.23 per bushel
Irish Potatoes 90 to $1 cents perbusbeU
Anples (Good Mountain) 75 to $lJper
bushel, as to aualitv. ... -'"r.' , - r; "
Salt no Liverpool in marKetr-yracuse
in Liverpool sacks, ?.luto $z.ioper bws.
. Factory Yarn?1.55 to per ouncu.
LIQOURS N C Com, $1.40 to $10 good
Apple Brandy, $1'0 to'$L75g66d ;de-
Financial Market, t
"T Trr: A
BCTTjrO 'RATES - HbTES," CJ., BT
BASK OF MECKLKSBtJBC, TBTOS STKKET.
CHABrlTTK, H. C. . '
Bank Cape Fear 1C
Commerce, ; 2
" Fayettevllle, 2
"N.. Carolina, 30
r- Boxboro'. . - 2
- Washtngtont,; 0
YanceVvlllei , 0
Bank of Charlotte,
Clarendon,- . 0
" (Graham,) 0
; TbomasvUle, 2
" WaUesboro', 10
Commercial Bank of
Farmers: Bank ol North Carolina,
Greensboro' Mutual Insurance Co..
Merchants' Bank of Newbern,
mmer s anu jrianiers' isariK,
Virginia Bank Notes average about ilo
3outh Carolina " ... 20
Georgia s- , - : 20
Bank of the State of North Carolina. 2
Ofc- These Quotations are liable to flnc-
tUatiftttTTomi -cannot be relied on for any
length of time. , Remittances for all Bank
- Prom thqperiod wherusnrgeons applied
their. sal yea to weapons instead of wounds
Mop'the presen't wide-awake age, the medi
cal prolession bas often un wittingly rtaken
side with Disease in its cohflictswith the
human system. Even yet, hvspifce of the
teachings of centuries of experience, some
phj'sicians believe in depleting their pa
tients, already seriously exhausted by sick
ness, with ; powerful eYaeuants, emetics
salivahts, cautharidal plasters, or the lan
cet. But, providentially, public intelli
gence is ahead of these medical fossils, who
belong, of right, to the era of the Crusades!
That, powerful allay of . nature in its war
fare with the causes of sickness, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, has opened the eyes of
the masses to the paramount importance
of increasing the vital strength of the body
when 11 menaced by disease. They understand-that
when the atmospheric' condi
tions are adverse to health as, 'for exam
ple, in damp, chilly or severely cold weath
er it is wise to reinforce the system with a
wholesome tonic and stimulant, and thus
enable it to combat and repel the depres
sing influence of an inclement 'tempera
ture. If the constitutional and animal
powers were always thus recruited in the
presence of danger, the mortality from con
sumption, bronchitis, chronic rheumatism,
&c, would be much less than it now is.
The causes' which produce croups, colds,
quinsey, diplberia and catarrh seldom
affect a strong and active vital system;
and of all vitalizing preparations, lEfostet
ter's Bitters has proved the most efficient.
It is not elaimed that this standard tonic
is a specific for lung and throat, maladies,
as it is for dyspepsia, liver complaint and
intermittents, but it is unhesitatingly, as
serted that it is the best known safeguard
against all the atmospheric elements of
"Can't Do Without It." This is what
the stage and horse car companies, livery
stable keepers, members of the turf, and all
grooms and trainers say of the Mustang
iniment. They "can't do without it.
And why ? Because it infallibly reduces
the external swellings, &c, which, undtr
van ous names impair thG usefulness and
value of the king of (juadrupeds, . and also
because, lor sprains, strains, galls and
other injuries to which horse-flesh is liable,
it is the most trustworthy preparation in
the market. Yet these recommendations
comprise only a portion of its claims to
public confidence. During a period of
more than sixteen years, it has been re
cognized as a specific for many of the most
agonizing disorders which afflict the hu
man lamily such as rheumatism, gout,
neuralgia, lumbago, ticdoloreux, sore
throat, earache, toothache : and likewise
as a peerless a pplicatfon for cuts, bruises,
burns and scalds.
If you feel dull, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering from tor
pid liver, or Biluousness. nothing will
cure vou so speedily anu permanently as
Dr. Pierce s Uolden Medical Discovery.
A Healthy Digestion,
Life is rendered miserable when the di-
stive organs are impaired. Food be
comes repulsive : the body emaciated ; the
mind depressed and melancholy broods
oyer vou. TUTT'S x i(iJiTABL,lU LIVKK
PILLS is the remedy for these evils : they
produce sound digestion : create a good
appetite, impart refreshing sleep and cheer
fulness oi mind.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye is Harmless.
ASTHMA. Any medicine which will
alleviate the Paroxims of this dreadful
disease will be hailed with joy by thous
ands ofsunerers. The certlncates wnicn
accompany Jonas wmtcomb's Jttemeay,
are from the most reliable sources, and at
test to its wonderful powerful power, even
in the most severe cases. Josepu .Burnett
& Co., Proprietors; Boston.
FREE ADVERTISING. From family
to family, from city to city, from state to
state, the fame of Dr. Wal ker's Vegetable
Vinegar JJitters as a specific for all derange
ments of the stomach, bowels and liver, is
continually extending. Its voluntary
missionaries are innumerable, and public
enthusiasm in its favor spreads faster than
a praire lire.
DON'T SLIGHT YOUR TEETH. Re
member that upon their labor, the health
of the stomach depends. Keep them per
fect, and in order to so, manipulate them
with a brush dip ed in the fragrant Sozo
dont, once or twice a day.
WHO WILL SUFFER ? It is now 2
since Dr. Tobias' Venitian liniment was
pot before the public ;' 'warranting it to
cure Chronic Rheumatism, Headache,
Cuts. Burns. Bruises. Old Sores. Pains In
the Limbs. Back and Chest, and it has
never failed. Sold by all Druggists. Depot
10 Park F lace, New York.
FOR DYSPEPSIA. IndlgestiorAdepres
sionof SDirits and general debility in their
various forms; also, as a preventive against
Fever and A eue. ana otner intermittent
fevers. 5 The Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Calisava. made by Caswell. Hazard uo,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
hest tonic, and as atonic for patients re-
covlnie from fever or other sickness, it
has no equal. . . .
THURSTON'S IVORY-PEARL TOOTH
POWDEK. Thev nest article Known ior
cleansing and t preserving the teeth and
rams. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 and
60 cents per bottle. F. C. Wells & Co,
New York. '.
fiTTRTSTADORO'S HAIR, DYE. This
magnificent compound is beyond contin
th&jBaiest and most reliable Dye in
xistence ; never failing to Impart to the-
Hair .uniformity of coior.nourisnmeni; ana
elasticity. Manufactory 68 Maiden Lane,
CARBOLIC SALVE unequalled as a
Healing Compound. Physicians recom
mend it as the most wonaeriui remeuy
ver known. : Price 25 ' cents per box.
John F. Henry, Sole. Proprietor. 8 Col
lege Place, New York.
Sisley Buchu is a reliable Diuretic and
Tonic tor u aerangemenis oi wie unuiu
oiiH o-pnin.l ATM.nR- The erenume. as former
ly sold by Haviland. Harral & Risely and
t.Tiel hranhps i now ireriired by H. W;
Risley, the orieinator and Proprietor ; and
t.hft trade snnDiied by his successors. Mor
gan and Risley, New York.
- aconnfo. fa Onlniti T)nrified of Its sicken
ing and poisonouspropertles.discovered bj
Tr s Riroinw. Profesor of Botany. Detroit
TitoHnt3 Colipp-e- A rnrst nerfect anodyne
and soothing opiate. John Farr, Chemist,
NewYork. ... .-.
ph. A TTa ASTRAL OHk More acci-
UcUbS OCCUr iruiu UBUlg uusora uu, c.:
from steamboats, and railroads conbined.
. . . . . 1 u n.fl.A All. tTlOTI
rvtror yfxi.tMMi rami ilea conunue i uuru
Pratt's Astral Oil, and no accidents direct
i r inrtirpft.lv have onflured from burn-
inr Krrinsr or handling it. Oil House. of
Chas. Pratt. Established 1770. New York.
T. D. Clancy A Co., Charleston.agents for
We Have Frequently Heard mothers
say they Would hot be without Mrs. Win
slow' Sooihinz Syrup,' frouvUb-e birth of
the ch fid until it bas finished with the
teething siege under any 'consideration
, The Secret of Beauty, What is it t no
longer asked, for the world of fashion and
all the ladies know that It is produced by
using a delightful and harmless toilet
preparation known as G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth." Its beautifying effects
aretruly wonderful. Depot, 5 Gold St
NV Y. ' ; .-..
P0ETRAIT PAINTING ! ! ;
A?BareCiasic&for Charlotte ! ! !
FA OR thzeffmoaiis-wHint Portraita
for $25, such as are generally charged
$200. Persons wishing Portraits of their
departed friends can obtain them if thev
have a gfxxl Photograph of them. I shall
be pleased to show you specimens of my
work at mytudio aboYe.BremrBrown &
CVs Miwire Storc.; jAiL. JJUTT,
dee,ll3' ij JJbarloite, N. C.
e. stEit TnccplsaJ'Ul- cabsos.
Burwell, Grier & Co.,
(Successors to Carson d Grier.)
s ' is. i m
f 41b. amTryo& Ets.,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
W. FILLER is prepared to ac-
fx commodate Boarders with
meals, or with meals only, as the Boarder
may desire. The building, Gray's, 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
Terms most liberal, to suit clerks who
are working for moderate salaries. - -jan
THE BANK OF MECKLENBURG,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Authorized Capital $500,000.
Jab. Tumtkr Tate, President.
Tuos. W. Dewey, Cashier,
P. H. Dewey, Asst. Cashier.
AT THE BANKING HOUSE OF
TATE & DEWEY.
This Bank Chartered Under Act of the
General Assembly and duly organized
under Laws of the State of North Carolina,
with arhple jnearis is prepared to transact
General Banking; Business.
and furnish accommodations to all its Cus
tomers on Liberal Terms.
The bank will receive Deposits subiect to
Check, aud will Allow Interest According
to Agreement on all Deposits left on time,
or issue Certificates of Deposit bearing in
terest at the rate of
Sight per cent pfr Annum e
on all sums lying undrawn over thirty
Gold and Silver Coin, Bullion and old
Bank Notes Bought and Sold.
jan. 1 1873. Cashier.
AT Oates' Hall, Wednesday, Friday, and
Saturday afternoons, at three (3)
o'clock, for LADIES, MISSES and MAS
TERS, Class for YOUNG GENTLEMEN same
evenings at 7 o'clock.
TERMS per session of 16 lessons, TEN
DOLLARS in advance.
FOUR Fine Pork Hogs, 6 bbls., Large
Sweet Potatoes, 2 bbls., Large Onions,
1 Tierce of Sugar Cured Hams new and
very fine, Heckler's Pork Sausage received
daily, Fisher's celebrated Mince Meat, 20
sack's strictly Family Flour, 20 bushels
find Mountain Apples, Chesnuts, Irish
Potatoes, Dried Fruit of all kiuds, 10 doz.
of Domestic Fresh Canned Peaches and
Cherries, all of which will be sold at the
lowest figures,, at B. N. SMITH'S.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE Co-partnership which I expected
to form by January 1st 1873, will not
take place until the latter part of this
month and therefore 1 will continue the
sale of the entire
STOCK OF FANCY
At the same reduced prices.
WILL also continue to keep up my
CHARLOTTE, K. C.
117 E. STITT has withdrawn from the
VV . firm of Brem, Brown & Co. The busi
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 xo a
nearer cash business.
jan 11-lw .; BREM, BROWN & CO.
fTiHE firnt of Eccles & liaither, is this
JL day dissolved by mutual consent, H
C. Eccles . retiring.
.. s ; ECCLES & GAITHER;
January 12th, 1873.
The business will be continued at the
old stand by the undersigned.
jan 11. , THOMAa n. uAiiiiiit.
, Rooms to, Rent. 5 ; ?
I have several nice Rooms over Wilson ifc
Black's Drug Store to Let, on reasona
ble Terms. THOMAS H, GAITHER,
Auctioneer, Commission Merchant
jan 12 And Real Estate Agent:
Horses at Private Sale.
I have four, .fine.. Family
HoVses for-sale.- Call at the
r I lHUSJcJ persons to whom we nave ex
X tended credit during the past year wil
confer a favor upon us .by! calling at once
and settling their accounts, as this must be
our last appeal. . KJ&M EMB JK IT !
K. M. MILLAR KKU A .
Agents Wanted for Cobbln's
ON" THE HIBtE, for the IIQ3IE CIR-
1 ooo pases. 250 Enjrravinss. The
best;: enterprise .-of the. year for asents.
Every familv will , havA it.': Kafhlnnllty.
Vmow yublushedL For circulars aVires
frf? , f : U, L COODSPEED & CO.. i
Mah l-4w , -37 Park-Row, X Y. ,
T) OOK AGENTS now at work, or look
Xying for some new book, should : write
:at;fonce $ for circulars oft tlie best-selling
Ixioks published. : Extraordinary induce
ments offered. Superb premiums given vvfay.
Particulars free. Address
QUEEN CITY PUBLISHING COn
janl-4w EOucihaatC 0bio.
1872. vn.i.EEI! 1873.
BETTER THA2J PICTURES IS THB ..
NEW Y0EK OBSEEVER
The Great American ? Family Newspaper
$3 a Year with the
JUBILEE YEAR BOOK.
SIDNEY .E.i5MOBiEx& CO.,
n. 37 PjrkwrewYprk.r; ,
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY,
jan l-4vv ' '
TRICKS and TRAPS of AMERICA
Would you avoid being ' 'bi t' by Rogues,
Swindlers and Iluruuugs 1 Head the
"Star Spangled Banner." A large, Illus
trated 40 column 8 page paper, Ledger size.
Splendid Stories, Sketches, Tales, Poems,
Wit, Humor, Puzzles, Recipes, &c. 11th
year, $1 a year; with elegant Prang Chromo,
"Autumn Leaves,!' free ta all. Only $1.
Try it onoe;' SatisfaCtton guaranteed.
Agents wanted, outfit FREE, Specimens,
&c., for 6 cents, address "BANNER, ' '
Hinsdale, N. H. , ,
jan 1-4 w
If von wish to be cured of the habit, addraaa 1?
jan l-4w :
tflr m foC Pi npr rlnv !
Kiv JL j ted
X I"! I i VI I i." . . j
All classes of
working people, of either. sex, young. or
old, make more money at work for, us in
their spare moments, or all the time, than
at any tlnng else. .Particulars tree. Ad
dress , , .. GSTINSON & CO.,
jan 1-4 w - . iortiana, Maine.
For any jcase ,of Blind,
Bleeding; Itching or Ul
cerated Piles that - Dk
' King's Pile Remedy fails
to cure. It as prepared expressly to cure
the Piles, and nothing else.
bold by all Druggists. Price $1.
jan 1-4 w
HOW, WHEN AND WHERE
TO . .
H ' j,,; SEE THE ..' ' "j
By Mail, 25 cents. Address,- -
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO,
jan l-4w , 41 Park Row, N. Y.
F. M. SH ELTON
HAVING greatly increased his Stock of
FURNITURE which consists in
Parlor Suits. Black, Walnut
Painted Chamber Suits,
French and Cottage
Wash stands. .
Tables, Ladies Work
Tables, Extension and
Centre Tables; Whatnots Safes,
Excelsior and Cotton Mattresses, Chairs
and Stools of various styles and many
other things not necessary to mention.
The undertakers Department is complete
from the cheapest Poplar Coffin to the
Finest Hexigan Head and Foot Walnut
Casket Half Glass Top, finished and trim
med in the most approved style, Will be kept
constantly ready for use, all of which will
be sold at a most reasonable price. ,
Returning many thanks For past favors
most respectfully ask the citizens of
Charlotte and surrounding country, who
have need for anything in my line to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
South Trade Street opposite the Market
House, Charlotte, si. U-
jan 1st 1873-ly; ; F. M.SHELTON;
. NOTICE., - i
WE have this day sold our entire stock
of Groceries, Liquors, &c., to Messrs.
W. H H. HOUSTON & CO., and in retir
ing from business respectfully ask a con
tmuance of the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us to our successors.
UKUXiUKY. & WILLIAMSON,
W. J. BLACK & C01 ,
Having purchased W J Black &
Co's and Gregroy & Williamson's entire
stock of Goods, we have opened at Gregory
fe Williamson's old stand, next door to
McMurray, Davis i & Co's, at which : place
we will constantly keep a complete Stock
of - -
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C., "
And would respectfully ask a call from
W. H. .H. JHOTJSTON A CO,
P. S. W. J. ORR and T. D. WALSH
formerly with Gregory & Williamson, and
McD. AKLEDGE," tormerly' ; with ,W. J
Black & Co., are with us and will be pleas
ed iq see tneir in en a ana enstomers.
.: i W. H. HOUSTON & CO,
LLEIt & SONS,
C3- DB O
H A VINO Completed our new three
story building, on the corner i f Col
lege and Fourth streets, we haTe just
REMOVED into it, and are ready for
Our House is divided into five Depart
ments 1st Department Fancy Groceries.
Soaps, Candles, Candy, Starch,
Soda, Itaisins, Oystets,
Sugar, Coffee, Teas,
it j. Candies -Brandy
'Peaches dec -
Purchased direct from the Manufacturers
with the view of supplying the
. . WHOLESALE TRADE.
2nd Department Heavy Goodi.
Molasses, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Mack
erei, &c. Our facilities for handling
such goods, are superior to those
of any mercantile house in
the City. Merchants may
rest assured that they
can always obtain
good of us at
the: lowest figures.
3rd Department Produce.
Cotton, Com, Wheat Oats, Rye, Hay,
&c. Bought at highest cash prices.
Sold on Commission. Sfored, ; with
cash advances made upon the
same. We invite special at
tention to our commission
and storing business,
TO WHICH WE FAY CLOSE PER
4th Department Phosphatei.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR ZELL'S and
other SUPER PHOSPHATES, the
most reliable 'article on the Mar
ket. Certificates from reliable
fanners furnished on Appli
cation. ' We are also
GILIIAMS CELEBRATED 'TOBACCO
5th Department Leaf Tobacco
WE HAVE COMPLIED WITH THE
Revenue Law, and are now ready to re
ceive Laf Tobacco, which we will
buy or sell on commjgsion.
Our Warehouse fees are
less than the same at
Richmond or Dan
ville, and the
IN THOSE MARKETS ALWAYS OB
TAINED. OUR large and commodious HALL will
be finished and opened to the public about
the First of March.
WE THANK a generous public for the
liberal patronage which has heretofore
been bestowed upon us, and we hope that
through strict attention to business, and
selling our goods at low figures we may
merit a continuance of their favor.
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
January 11, 1873.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST f f !
WE Offer the following Fertilizers :
Patapsco Guano, Chesapeake Guano
and Watson & Clarke's Super-Phosphate.
We have pleasure in again tendering to
our Farmers the alxwe rirst-elass Fertili
To those who have used them so many
years we need only say that they arc guar
anteed to be tully up to their previous
And to such as have not yet used them
one trial will convince them that they are
superior to all others ; so make sure of a
supply and please hand m your orders
early, as the consumption exceeds the
For sale m any quantity, by. -
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
A Supply of Pennsylvania Red
xl Clover Seed, at
STENHOUSE,; MACAULAY A CO.
R. P. WARING, Attorney at Law, from
his old office on Tryon street, to the oftice
in the Court House next door to the bher-
FELL'S Superior Mustard, Pure Ground
Pepper, Pure Ground Cinnamon, Pure
dec 21 BURWELL&CO.
FRENCH and American Window Glass,
in good order. .
jan 9, - -
MACARONI, I Corn Starch, Chocolate,
Horsford's Bread Preparation, Pure
Powder Ginger and Pepper.
r WM. K. BuRVVELL & CO,
jan 9 " , s, ; - Springs' Corner.
TROCHES of Lacto Phosphate Lime
and Pepsimu . " ,
WM. It. H UJSWiSUL. cc w.
jan 9 ' . y ... - , ; -.. - '
HAIR Brushes, English and Amercan.
WM. R. BURWELL & CO. ,
' jan 9 ' ' ' -
LEWIS' Pure Whit Lead,
WM. R. BURWELL & CO.
To Our Friends and Acquaintances.
TX7E the Undersigned beg leave to thank
If our friends and acquaintances for
their liberal patronage bestowed upon bur
Employer, Mr. E. Shrier for the past year,
and most respectfully ask a continuance of
the same as we are still at the Temple of
Fashion. Respectfully, -'
" J : i - J. A; YOUNG, Jr.,
A. H. TATE.
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