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P. CALDWELLi Loral Editor.
Sunday, January 19, 1873.
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The following new advertisements ap-1
peer this morning the first time.
Factory Hands Wanted.
Services to-day at 11 A. M. and at .7 P. M.
Pev J B Boone,' rastor.
Mithoipist CiruKCH. Services, at 11 A.
M. and at 7 F. M. Rev L 8 Burkbead,
Pastor. ..' ,'. ' :
Lgtheba Chubch. Consecration 8er
v,ce at U A. M. Evening Service at 7
CvtvAKT Mission Chubch, Service at
U A. and afc 7 P M BeT- W S- 1Ial
torn. TasJor. v 4 . .
Pbes3YTEbia Cucech. Services at 11
A. M., and at 7 P. M. Rev. A. W. Miller,
D. D., Pastor.
EpipcoML Chubch. Services at 11 A.
andJP-M. Rev. B.S.Bronson, Rec-
tor. ! :; ; . ; - .t .5 -
Catholic CnuBcri. Services at 11 A. M.
Bev. Father O'Connell, Priest.
This being Sunday, it is incumbent on
every one to go to church.
The Mayor disposed of no cases yester
day morning, and the Conrt was devoid of
Col. Jcihn Ej Brown introduced a bill in
the House on Friday to incorporate the
town of Huntersville, in this county.
A south-west snow fell in this plrce Fri
day nighi and yesterday morning, without
covering the ground, however.
Found. A small brass key about two
inches ia length, was found on West Try
on street yesterday morning. The owner
can get it by applying at this office.
Masque Ball. A correspondent gives
in to-day's paper a graphic account of the
masque! ball given in this city Friday
night. His communication will be read
The Wedding Ring. A correspon
dent accounts thusly for the wearing of
the wedding ring on the fourth finger of
the hand. He says it is put on that finger
because, in the original formula of mar
riage, it was placed first on the top of the
thumb, with the words ' "In the name of
the Father;" then on the next finger with,
"And of the Son :" then on the middle
finger with, "And of the Holy Ghost
and finally I on the fourth, with the
Lump of Gold. Wi were shown yes
terday by Col.! C. J. Cowles, the lump of
gold recently found in Union county, some
twentytfive niiles South of Charlotte, on
or near Big Richardson Creek, on the
land of Jo. Tomberlin, Esq., and which
ia remarkable as a rich and beautiful speci
men. Its weight is 174 pennyweights
and is valued at one dollar a pennyweight.
The specimen i found is estimated as being
900 fine, 1,000 being the standard gold.
The lump will be assayed by CoL C. at the
U. S. Mint in this city.
ON OUR TABXE.
The Working Man. The first number of
the Working Man, by Tilman R. Gaines,
Columbia, S. C, has made its appearance.
It is an elegant eight-page journal. The
reading is largely original, and devoted to
subjects of practical benefit to the people
of our State and times. The first arid
second pages are filled with interesting
editorial matter and items of news ; the
tliird page is devoted to science and litera-fj-e;
the fourth page to agriculture; the
fifth page to the mechanical arts ; the sixth
j e to education ; the BeTenth to immi
gratica. : and the eighth to the fireside.
I've Working 3fan is not sectarian or
Political, but designed as a first class fam
ily and business journal. Surely the pro
gress loving and workine people of 8outh
Carolina will' not fail to encouraee and be
benefited by such a paper.
The price is only $2 a year. In clubs of
five, $1.75, hi clubs of ten. SL50. Sneci-
1 9 -
men copies sent free. ; ;
Address, Working Man, Columbia, S. C
-a. iuudel JrARLOB MAGAZINE, This IS
a . .
essentially true of Demoresft Monthly,
which combines literary attractions of a
very hiigh order, with the most complete
array of Reliable Fashions of any periodi
cal in the country. It is a "model," also.
of artistic beauty in its illustrations and
typography as any one can see by reference
o the beautiful February number, which
we Dnd on our table.- This popular Maga-
x.nie, together with two fceautirui and artis-
tic Oil Chromos, representing in value $18,
and all for $3, is amore -the marvels of I
uici ury enterDrisea. 4
The Best Boys' and Gibls' Magazine.
enrnests1 Young America is always spark-
lmS with entertaining Stories, Poems,
Masicj Puzzles, Games," Travels, and other
pleasant features, is profusely illustrated, J
wuuui, liui vo amuse, jnsvrucs ana 1
elevate, and assist to make the lives f
Americans useful, truthful and
i' m - -
aaPpy. The February number, just re-.
ceived is a real gem. Yearly, $1.0& Ad-
uress fi. Jennings Demorest," 838 Broad-
way, W. Y. ; -,
-'cib, a6 air. u. jviayer s bakery -and
confectionery, in this cityi but who'
Aaance 1 removed to some point
Mir J " aA..wi,
Allied a niart nna if
-"If. MOTS A Wa'a Wa"; nntaMf anA
pnetor of a liquor , saloon, and
attacked in his own. house by the
hwJhf drew a pUtol and seot
flim dead, " ' "'. -
Thete was a sound of revelry by night"
in the goodlie town: of Charlotte, on the
evening of the l$tfrvinst and ) the law
abiding citizens who chanced to be put on
the streets about o'clock had good reason
ito-'apprehend that our quiet town was
abotbinvadd by the ubiquitous and
mysterious K. IL. or Utat the superstitious
times of witch and trariock'bad returned.'.
But the simple truth Was that a masquerade
was on hand, andjhe young people had no
intention of violating the of the law U. BV
Government, prohibiting, all disguises to be
worn. (There was "a chiel amang 'em tak-J
we reachbaihe festive halL what a blaze of
glory and splendour burst upon our dazzled"
vision ; ladies fair and I gallanti knigUta,
braye soldiers and jollytars, savage In-,
dians and wild Highlandnfangreat goblins
and littlia devils J and wJen-7 1
"Music arose with its .voluptuous swell.
Soft eyes looked love to eyes which spoke
again,' 'v r-.Z.
And all went merry as a marriage bell.".
We looked upon the gentlemen "with a
critics eye," and hope that we will not pass
by any of their perfections.
George Washington was there, without
his little hateheti 1 The father of his coun
try is always welcome guest in this town,
(as this ; is the birth plaw of American
freedom, and we naturally take an interest
in those we start on a glorious career.)
Napoleon I. Imperator t "The glass of
fashion, and the mould , of form, the ob
served of all observers." He walked the
floor with the stately tread of a conqueror
and carried the hearts of the fair sex by
storm like his pototype at the Bridge of
Buffalo Bill was there in all his glory.
handsome and v gay. He contemplated
lifting the scalp ol Shack Nasty Jim, Chief
of the Modocs, bat was mollified by a Span
ish Lady who kindly recognized him and
allowed the wild Western man to hand
her out in- "the maiy." -
The Clown did his part in a most life
like manner and was a success; and "many
a wicked smile he smole and many a wink
The Country Beau was out in full splen
dor ; Ichabod Crane in all his glory was
not arrayed like unto him.
The White and Black Domino, repre
senting rocial equality, 15th amendment,
was a double sided fellow ; fair to look
upon on the one sideand dark on the
The Red and White Domino was sup-
posed by some to represents the ;War of the;
Roses, although there was" nothing there J
but a blossom, (and a rare one it was)'
His countenance was a happy combination
of a smashed nose and a glass eye.
The Polish Officer reminded.ua of scenes
we have read of in European Courts. He
carried his sword and plumes well.
How the "Howling Swell," did his part
so well, 'twere hard to telL
The Dutch Drover was very fine ; espe
cially the whip, and all that he said
One little fellow in a tight red suit ; re-
Inarkablc for a protuberance in front and
a modest habit of standing still. Another
little fellow, with horns on his head ; very
diabolical. The noble Duke, with velvet
and ermine : very handsome.
But softly who comes herd ? . By his
priestly cowl and monastic habit, methinks
it is a monk ! By his devotion solely to
the fair sex, true to his calling, we know it
is a monk
And I last, but not least, here comes the
large old woman, the mother of them all!
When she entered the hall what a bustle
among the crowd S When she danced, ye
Gods ! pause and tremble, for "ven ever
she gives a shorn p, she makes de vinders
sound," and "what a fall was there my
countrymen !" The Nova Scotia Giantess
would have taken a back seat if she had
been present. This was decidedly the best
rwjr.nme unions' the centlemen
It be impossible to, give a detailed de
: 5?. - . 1 .... ,
scription of all the costumes of the gentle
men on this occasion. Suffice it to say
that all played their parts well. Just here,
however, the critic would venture to ob-
serve, in a spirit of friendly remonstrance
that some young gentlemen displayed
great recklessness and an utter disregard
for then- lives in .dancing on such slender
The Theatre in Odessa, Kussia,
was burned last Tuesday.
The recent plague swept
thousands of cattle in Japan.
The new Mexican, dollar has been
oflBcially adopted at Canton, China.
Bloody. election riots .have taken
placet recently in , the , town pi rar-
na, sputn America.
boiler in a factoTv at Charleroi.
near jBrusseltf exploded on Tuesday
with ; fatal results. Eleven persons
were; instantly killed, and a large
Tbie steamship Erie, bound from
Rio JaneircT for New York, was burn
ed all sea on the 2nd inst. s All hands
saved. Ship "Chillingham Castle"
Twehty-six" peradns were drowned.
was sunic ux me aieaiierranean sea.
l1!! " T.
All. aC-VOXO auu n icsticis 1. waAu.
v v a. .-. V.oon n nt fi ed - th at 1 th e v ; can
I 11a u w
thfiir nrofessiohs three years
nn wr. after whlcli they must fol -
low sonie moVe useful and" honora-
I ,r, -,8 ,.
road, bad attempted suiciaei on
previous evening, ! by W takingf lav
nuni . ' Th6' fact -was discovered
1 thought ithattshd twouldi recover.
Domestic troublers: are thought Jto
have instigated srttemptlfr.
auutr aou I lime ana XfT Vf- jrv,juauu-wi vw i Virginia UanK jotes average aooui.
yrr state iraw;.
1 Hon. T. S. Ashe ia " on a viait to
Newbern being had uptakes to cro
quet aa the last desperate resort.
- The small pox in Franklin, and
Nash is on the decline.
n A negro 1 by the name of Owen
Merer was hungin Koqky Mount on
Thursday for child murder.
i A fire occurred in Wilmington on
Thursday morning which occasion
ed a loss of some $5,000.
Flags Kere at . half mast in Wil
mington in respect to the dead Na-
f TheV Israelites in Wilmington are
making good progress towards rais
ing funds for th erection of a Jew
ish Synagogue in that city.
Mr. J. D. Hearne writes the Wades
boro :'i Herald that he didn't freeze to
death Dec. 22nd, as reported, in that
paper. Mr. Hearne ought ti know.
The Raleigh' Neics contafns the
following : Phillip Hill, dolored,
died near Pittsboro, X .0., on the 11th
instant, aged 108 years. He was
formerly the slave of Dr. Strong, of
Sampson county, father of George
V; Strong, Esq.," and afterwards the
slave of the late Doctor F. J. Hill. He
walked to Pittsboro on every elec
tion day, and always voted the
straight Democratic ticket, casting
his last vote for Greeley and Brown.
He was in the full enjoyment of his
faculties to the day of his death, be
ing wonderfully well preserved, and
bid fair to live many years longer,
but his house catching on lire he
made such active efforts to subdue
the flames, fec, as to completely
overcome him and he died in a mo
ment. His house with its contents
burned to the ground,
The Committee of Ways and Means will
have before them on Tuesday next the
proposition to refund the cotton tax.
Twelve hundred and eleven bales of cot
ton arrived in Portsmouth on Thursday.
ui this amount hve hundred and sixty
bales were consigned .to Norfolk and Ports
The latest advices to the New York
Herald report that the London market is
unsettled and lower for consols, but buoy
ant and higher for United States securities.
Thcv Knv latter fliTvani'pfl i7tlX npr rwnt.
The decline in consols is attributed to a
feeling 01 depression arising out of num-
erous failures in the Manchester trade, and
also to failures at Stock Exchange in con
nection with the fortnightly settlements
of Wednesday. Eries opened at an ad
vance of li per cent upon the previous
night s closing price, but during the course
of the day gradually lost the improvement,
closing at 49, equivalent on this side to
about bOf . In Pans rentes were active and
strong at a further rise to 54.27.
The money market was easy, with, dur
ing the greater portion of the day, a more
plentiful supply at bg7 per cent, tenders
accepting the lower rate quite freely even
on pledge of the usual collaterals of the
Stock Exchange, and many of the borrow
ers on governments refusing to pay any
more. After the business ot the day was
well over and in the interval just before
the close of banking hours the demand
became more active, and the latest dealings
on the side walk were at 7 per cent coin.
The currency movement is still in favor
of the city, and large consignments of na
tional bank notes are coming from the in
terior. Commercial paper was quiet and
quoted 8(g) 12 per cent discount for prime
CH All LOTTIE MAHKETS.
aiPOBTEP DAILY TOR THE OBSERVES BY
MESSES. BTEJfHOUSE, MACAULAY A CO.
Charlotte, Jan. 18.
COTTON Sales to-day light. - We quote
extremes 151 to 181, market dull and lower,
NEW YORK. MARKET.
Market dull. Low Middling 19i ; Mid
dling 20. Futures quiet and nominal
Jan. 19 ; FeP. 19 ; March 19 13-16
April 20 3-16.
BY W. H.
-Flour $4.25 to
$4.50 per sack, on market.
New Corn 65 to 70 cents, little onenng,
W h eat ? l .50 utue onenng no
Oats 50 to 55 cents good demand
Peas, strictly clay. 90 $1 other kinds
80 to 90. Good demand.
Fresh Butter 20 to 25 cents.
Mountain Butter, in Kits, 16 centsno
Chickens 16 to 20 cents.
Eggs 15 to 20 cents, with good demand
Bacon (.Baltimore bulK sides.) sf to y
No North Carolina on Market.
- Lard Baltimore Flake in quantity
lHta 12 cents.
Tallow 10 to 12 cents.
Beeswax 25 to 31 cents
Sweet Potatoes, $1 to $1.25 per bushel
Irish Potatoes SO to $1 cents per bushel
Aonies (Good Mountain) 75 to $1.25 per
bushel, as to duality. ,
Salt no Liverpool in marKec oyracuse
in Liverpool sacks, $2.10 to $2.15 per sack.
Factorv Yarn$15 to $1.60 per bunch.
LIQOURS N C Corn, $1.40 to $1.50 good
demand , -,
Apple JJrandy, $1.50 to $1.75 good? de
Peach Brandy, $1-75 to $2.00 good de
I .DTio bates or bak notes, c, bt
BAKE OF MECKLEHBCRC, TRTOH
CHARLOTTE, H. C.
8ank Cape Fear 1C
Bank of Charlotte, .
; Clarendon, 0
. (Graham,) 0
" Wadesboro', 10
" commerce, , t
" Fayettevllle, 2
N Carolina, 30
" Roxboro. 2
" Washington, 0
Commercial Bank of Wilmington,
c.ni.n' Ran lr rt "Mrrt.h Carolina.
Greensboro Mutual Insurance Co., old,J 0
Umhuitg' Ron If nf TiJftWbern. : 5
Uinor'iant) PlnntrR' Bank. . I . '
R.nir nf the State of North Carolina. z
4W These quotations are liable to fluc
tuation, and cannot oe reuea o w ,
i.n(Tth .it time. . .Remittances for all Ban
Notes sent us made either In Currency or
Northern runas, at par
Medical iHanuers. .
From the period when sursreons annlied
their salves to weapons instead of wounds
to the present wide-awake age, the medi
cal profession has often unwittinzlv taken
side with Disease in its conflicts with the I
human system. Even vet. in snite of the
teachings of centuries of exrjerience. some i
physicians believe in depleting their pa-j
"oiBi jumxujr eenuusiy eiiiausteu oy bjc.
ness, with powerful evacuants. emetics
salivants, cautharidal plasters, or the lan
cet. But, providentially, public intelli-i
pence is anead 01 tbese medical fossils, who
befn of rijrht, toffhe erai)f the Crusades!
That iMiwexful aliav of atnre in- its war-
Tare with the causesof sickness. Hostctter's
stomacn Uitters, lias opened the eyes of
tne masses to the paramount importance
of increasing the vital strength of the body
when menaced by disease. They under
stand that when the atmospheric condi
tions areraofverse to liearaias7for exam
ple. In" aairfp, chillv 6t severel eold weath
er it ss wise to reinffiroeihesystem with a
wruj4esome; tonic and stimalant,;: and thus
enable nombatridtepfelthe denres-
sing mnuence 01 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.
ifeev, f cflld-SeJnfiicnf figs Than It no is.
The dauies wMeti produce croupsi colds.
nil(na 4lnk. ..W A . i.t.l
alfect a strong and ? active" vital system :
And of all vitalizing jpimmtions, Hostet-
mst s-utwciMiiuuiruwd uivnogt&enuieDi,
It is not claimed that this standard tonic
is a specific for lung and throat maladies.
as it is for dyspepsia, liver complaint and
mternuttents, 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, liverv
stable keepers, members of the turf, and all
grooms and trainers say of the Mustang
Liniment. They "can't do without it.'
And why 7 .Because it infallibly reduce
the external swellings, &c., which, under
van ous names, impair the usefulness and
value of the king of quadrupeds, and also
because, for 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 01 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-
in family such as rheumatism: gout,
neuralgia, lumbago, ticdoloreux, sore
throat, earache, toothache ; and likewise
2s a peeness a ppncauon ior cuts, Druises,
Ir you feel dull, despondent, drowsy.
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, auA
tongue coated, you are "suffering from tor
pid liver, or "Billiousness." .Nothing will
cure vou so speedily and permanently as
Dr. if lerce s (jrolden Medical Discovery.
A Healthy Digestion,
Life is rendered miserable when the di
gestive organs are impaired. Food be
comes repulsive : the body emaciated : the
mind depressed ana melancholy broods
oyer you. TUTT'S v jsgeTA BLE L1VEK
FILLb is the remedy for these evils : they
produce sound digestion : create a good
appetite, impart refreshing sleep and cheer
fulness of mind.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye Is Harmless.
ASTHMA. Any medicine which will
alleviate the Ptiroxims of this dreadful
disease will be hailed with joy by thous
ands 01 sunerers. rne certmcates wnicn
accom.-any Jonas whltcomb's Remedy,
are from the most reliahie sources, and at
test to its wonderful powerful power, eyen
in tne most severe cases, josepu Burnett
& Co., roprletors, Boston.
FREE ADVERTISING. From family
to family, from city to city, from state to
state, tne tame 01 ur. w ai Ker s vegetaDie
Vinegar Bitters as a specific for all derange- I
ments ol tne stomach, bowels and liver, is
continually extending. its voluntary
missionaries are innumerable, and public -
enthusiasm in its favor spreads faster thau
a praire nre.
DON'T SLIGHT YOUR TEETH. He-
member that upon their labor, the health
of the stomach depends. Keep them per
fect, and in order to so. manipulate tnem
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
pnt before the public : warranting it to
cure Chronic Rheumatism,-- Headache,
Cuts. Burns, Bruises. Uid Sores, fains in
the Limbs, Back and Chest, and it ha
never failed. Sold by all Druggists. Depot
10 Fark Mace, New York.
FOB DYSPEPSIA. Indiaestion.depres-
sion of snirits and general debility in their
various forms; also, as a ore ventive against
Fever and Ague, and oilier intermittent
fevers. The Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Calisaya, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic, and as a tonic for patients re-
coving from lever or otner sicKness, it
has no equal.
THTJRSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH
POWDER. The best article known for
cleansing and preserving the teeth and
gums. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 and
50 cents per bottle. F. C. Wells & Co.:
CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE. This
magnificent compound is beyond contin-
gency.tne saiest and most? Tename uyein
existence" ; never failing to impart to the
Hair.uniformity of color.nourishment and
elasticity. Manufactory, 68 Maiden Lane,
CARBOLIC SALVE unequalled as
Healing Compound. Physicians recom
mend It as. the most wonderful remedy
ever known. Price 25 cents per box.
John F. Henry, Sole Proprietor. 8 Col
lege Place, New York.
Rislev Buchu Is a reliable Diuretic and
Tonic lor all derangements ot the urinan
and genial organs. Thgenuine,as former
ly sold by riaviiand, hiarrai s Kiseiy ana
their branches, is now nreD;red by H. W.
the trade UDmied by his successors. Mor
gan and Risley, New York.
&va.imia. Is Ooium norified of its sicken-
ine and noisononsDroDertles.discovered bi
Dr. Bieelow. Profe sor of Botany. Deiroit
Medical College. A most perfect anodyne
and soothing opiate. Jonn Farr, Chemist,
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL. More acci
dents occur from using unsafe oils, than
from steamboats and railroads conbined.
Over 200.000 families continue to - burn
Pratt's Astral Oil. and no accidents direct
ly or indirectly have occured from burn
ing, storing or handling it. uu Jriouse or
ChaS. Pratt, Established 1770, New York.'
T. D. Clancy A Co.. Charleston,agenttt for
W Have Freanentlv Heard mothers
say they would not be without Mrs. Wln-
slow's Soothing Syrup, from th birth of
the child Tin til It has finished with the
teething siege under any consideration
The Secret of Beauty. What Is It ? no
longer asked, for the world of fashion and
all the. ladles know that It is produced by
using 'a delightful and iharmless toilet
preparation known as O. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth." Its beautifying effects
are truly wonderful. Depot, 5 Gold St.,
N. I .
A Hare Chance for Charlotte ! ! !
FOR three months I wfl Paint Portraits
for $25," sUclr as are generally charged
$200. Persons wishine Portraits of their
departed friends cat; obtain them if . they
have a good Photograph of them. I shall
1 i 5 a. -
oe pieasea w snow yon specimens oi my
i - i r,j 3? I Tfc -r
wore hl my oiuuio aoove xrem, xtrown
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By Mail, 25 cents. Address,
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO,
jan l-4w 41 Park Row, N. Y.
HAVING greatly increased his Stock of
FURNITURE which consists in
Parlor Suits, Black, Walnut
Painted Chamber Suits,
French and Cottage
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 ,roplar Comn 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 lor use, all of which will
be sold at a most reasonable price.
Returning many thanks for past favors
I most respectfully ask the citizens of
Charlotte and surrounding country, who
have need for anything in my line to cive
me a call be tore purchasing elsewhere.
south lrade Street opposite the Market
House, Charlotte, N. U-
jan lstl873-ly " F. M. SHELTON;
WE have this day sold our entire stock
of Groceries, Liquors, &c., to Messrs.
ing from business respectfully ask a con
tmuance of the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us to our successors.
- -GttJSUOlir & WILLIAMSON,
- W. J. BLACK & CO.
jan 1, 1873. .
Having" purchased W. J. Black &
Co'jg and Gregroy & Williamson's entire
.stock of Goods, we have opened at Gregory
K Williamsons old stand, next door to
McMurray, Davis A Co's, at which place
we will constantly keep a complete Stock
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, AO,
And would respectfully ask a call from
W. H. H. HOUSTON & UU.
P. S. W. J. ORR and T. D..WALSH
I formerly with Gregory & Williamson, and
McD. ARLEDGE, formerly ; with W. J.
I vki m aT' il . H a
1 4iac& ct, jo., are wun us ana wilt oe pieas-
1 i . i i . f ' 1 -i j
a eaw see weir menu ana customers.
W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO.
l jan r
BY Virtue of an order of the Superior
Court of Alamance county. I shall pro
ceed to sell at public auction in the City of
unariotte at tne uourt House ooor on the
15th day February. 1S73, a certain lot of
lank situated in the city of Charlotte on
Tryon street adjoining, th lantls of A. B.
r:inn v u ...i
uailUKNIyl, 11. V4USUII Hi 111 CVUHUU'
ing one acre more or lew.
The title to said land is unquestionable.
Terms of sale are 1 cash and the balance of
purchase money to be seen red by bond
with approved security. Sa'-e subject to
conformation by said Alamance Superior
Court. J. E. ECTOR,
T. II. GAITHER,
jan 16-30t eod Auctioneer.
rriHI firm of Eccles & Gaither. is this
A day dissolved by mutual consent,
t . ticcles retiring.
ECCLES & GAITHER.
January 12th, 1873.
The business will be continued at tha
old stand by the undersigned,
jan 11 THOMAS H. GAITHER.
Rooms to Bent
I have several nice Ropms over Wilson &
Black's Drug Store to Let, on reasona
ble Terms. THOMAS II. (JAiTlIER,
Auctioneer, Commission Merchant
jan 12 And Real Estate Agent.
Horses" at Private Sale.
i I have four fine Family
Horses for sale. Call at the
T. n. GAITHER.
CANNED FRUIT, JUST RECEIVED at
the Auction Store 1,500 cans of fresh
Peaches, Cherries, Damsons and Black
berries, Mthich will be sold very cheap by
the case. T. H. GAITHER.
R. M. MILLER & SONS,
G E O C E B 8
HAVING Completed onr new three
storv building, on the corner of Col
lege and Fourth streets, we have 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, Raisins, Oyster.
Sugar, Coflce, Tens,
Brandy Peaches, &c, dec.
Purchased direct from the Manufacturers
with the view of supplying tha
2nd Department Heavy Goods.
Molasses, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Mack-
erel, &c. Our facilities for handling
such goods, are superior to those
of any mercantile house ia
the City. Merchants may
rest assured that they
can always obtain
good of us at
TOE LOWEST FIGURES.
3rd Department Produce.
Cotton, Corn, Wheat Oats, Rye, Hay,
Ac. Bought at highest cash prices,
Hold on Commission. Stored, with
cash advances made upon the.
same. We invite special at
tention to our commission
and storing business, .
TO WHICH WE 1'A Y CLOSE PER
4th Department Phosphates.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR ZELL'8 and
other SUPER PHOSPHATES, the
most reliable article on the Mar -ket.
Certificates from reliable
farmers furnished on Appli
cation. We are also
GILHAMS CELEBRATED T0BACCO
5th Departments-Leaf Tobacco
WE HAVE COMPLIED WITH TUB
Revenue Law, and are now ready to re
ceive Laf Tobacco, which we will
buy or sell on commission.
Our Warehouse fees are
less than the same at
Richmond or Dan
ville, and the
THOSE MARKETS ALWAYS OB
TAINED. OUR laree 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
ment a continuance of their favor.
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
January 11, 1873.
FRENCH and American Window Glass,
in good order. i
WM. R. BURWELL db CO.
MACARONI, Corn Starch, Chocolate,
Horsford's Bread Preparation, Pur
Powder (singer and repper.
WALK. J3UKWJSLL & JU,
jan 9 Springs Corner.
TROCHES of Lacto Phosphate, Lime
and Pepsi m. f
WM. K. JiUKWELL & CO.
jan 9 -
HAIR Brushes, English and Amercan.
WM. R. BURWELL & CO.
LEWIS' Pure White Lead,
Wit B BURWELL & CO.
j9 ' ; ,
P. WARING, Attorney at Law.l
his old omce on Tryon street, to the
in the Court House next door to the
uTs Office. .