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jbs. P. CA:LDWEIJVXocal Editor.
(Wednesday, January 22,4873.
y Special. Notices Inserted in the
jSai Column will te charged Iff
cferrts per Hue
Wi;i pieaso send the money
ior vue ume-r-
tftc paper is wamcu.
C'ontractors will not he allowed,
ctider their contracts, to advertise any
TP all lliCir ICil"""" UUBlUCBSf
utiles by paying specially for such ad
vertisements, t'i j.. ' t
trates' Blanks At the Obsebtek
Office you can get -&iagistraj .uianKs,
printed in the neatest style, on Jbest Uality
nF napCT. ' - -
- j l t 'tvi i
j Marriage Licenses. If you wish Mar
rlae Licenses, beautifully, executed, call
aj file OBSERVES Office.. ...
i pscds Printed oa Bond paper can be
kaifat tlieOBSBRVBR Office.
TrJr Correspondents' must not' write on
jjisidca of their paier. V, ; j .
t " New Advertisements.
i The following new advertisemeiits ap5
jpear this morning the first time,
j' Floral Work. .
! Free School Notices.
; Apples Butt.
I The Rip Van Winkle Club met last
luhtat the residence of J. H. Wilson,'
! Fair of the Carolinas. There will be
a special meeting of the stockholders of the
Fair of the Carolinas at the Court House
on Thursday, 23rd inst. The public are
invited to attend. .
? The clerk of the weather is on a bender.
After a rainy, gloomy morning, thfc sun
jcanic out beautiful and bright yesterday
afternoon, and the day was as pleasant as
jcould be desired. Snow next, in all prob-
j A Plea. Cannot something be done to
improve the condition of Trade street be
tween our office and thj corner of College
I street ? Now please put a little red clay
on it : that would improve it some.
In the Ilousoof Representatives on Mon
day, the bill of Mr. Iteid, of Mecklenburg,
for the appointment of an additional con
stable for the township of Cliarlotte, was
taken up and passed its several readings.
Fire Cxtiiig-uishers. A half dozen
new Cardiuer Fire Kxtinguishers have just
been received by the Independent Hook
and Ladder Company of this city. These
jare in tiie sreau oi inobe msi ictuvt-u,
j which were iound to be defective.
Public Ducuuieiit IIon.F. JL Shober,
f M."c lias furnished a? with -Report ot
I "the noble Department of Agriculture"
ifur 1S71. We expect to have a "great'deal
!-f innocent enjoyment" in the perusal of
j this .-interesting work, and Mr. Shober has
I our thanks for affording us the pleasure.
i Sir. Arthur X.. Butt. This talented
j yoan; artist has recently moved his studio
I fnj.ii over the store of Brem, Brown &
j C.)., to the second floor of the Merchants
and Farmers National Bank building.
Mr. Hurt has just completed several large
and ii:n.' paintings, which mark him as an
artist of unusual taste and skill.'
The Fcho. We have heretofore failed
to notice the prospectus of this paper,
--which is to be started at an early day at
Hickory Tavern. The paper will be con
ducted by Mr. Nat. Eaymon, and will be
devoted to Life Insurance, though the
proprietor claims that it will not be the
mouth-piece of any particular company.
The Echo will be published monthly an3
distributed gratuitously- It will no doubt
be an excellent advertising medium.
Mayor's Court. A white man was up.
before the Mayor yesterday morning on
the charge of being drunk and making
disturbance bv entering the houses of
persons and frightening the inmates. Case
submitted and disposed of in the usual
manner. , '
A man of color who had been indelicate
ly charged with picking up. a chicken, the
property of another Dersor. also had a
hearing. Guilty. Usual fine.
: , , . i ,
License Taxes. The year for which
dealers in spiristuous liquors have taken
out license, will expire' with the last day
of Jan'y. The amount of tax levied last year
for selling bv retail, was $125 : for selling
by wholesale, $100. The Board of Alder
men at their meeting Monday night, rais
ed the amount $25 on each, so that per
sons' desiring to sell liquor in the corpor
ate limits of Charlotte the next license
-year will have - to nav - a tar of : $125 for
, wholesaling, or $150 for retailing-
' ' COMMXTNICAXED.
Answer - to A Merchant "
The City hog pen being out of repair, tbe
bogs enjoyed for a few days the! - privilege
of promenading through the corporation.
It is now in order to accommodate such
trespassers, and we have fait a pair1 of half
grown violators of the ordmance-ona of
a loyal color and the other of a sandv com-
jjieiion ootn oi.wnicn will De exposed at
public auction on : Monday 27th inst, un
less the owners release them by paying the
fine imposed, by ordinance and the 'cost of
feeding. ; -; -' ' ,
'fA Merchant's" goods are safe for the
future from depredation' by 'this class of
street walkers;. but another class known
as fcity Police are jreqredby
to keep the 8ide-walk.s of the city free from
obstruction "by all goods. These-geritle-men
may give him a call, as he unwarily
advertises that he is a yiolator of ther br-
dinance in this particular;1!-"
. .: - -.POLICE . :'
mil I i T . - I 1 .
St'lbe" resilience"7 of th"S
Bride's mother, at Piaeville, N. C., on the
evening of ; the 16th inst., fey ReyJ Mr!
Banks, MrvTiD .-Walsh : of Charlotte, to
Miss Bosa; only; tonjtertf IHn. Btt?
- , zzr. .. .
" vy x' i rr cc prujueo to erect
a steam grisVrriill la Statesville: ' V:K
i Chicken thieves are annoying the
good poeple of Fayetterille. j -rt
n f our t young brides recently- met
together in a parlor , in Milton-They
couldn't look at each' other for laugh-
The &ntffteJ;saysr jk Old Harry
i crazy man; kicked tip in the capitol
building on Saturday and had to " be
QThe Raleigh' Sentinel savs that rob
oeries are peing ireuenuy crpmniit-
A juoit club "bast been established
in'WilniifigtpnV the courth puse park
having been sicted for the ; amuse
ment. A gj'mnasium on the same:
grounds is to be. erected. . .
Several of oiif . exhagea V have
meutipned ,an epideeiwr among the
honey bees. The: disease has. reach
ed WrrentonV JIrSledge.says that
Ms Ie si'Mibtjththgislpd.
The Weldoh ' Neivs says: Mr' B. R.
Bridget's: the Eailroad King, of North
Carolina, has recently " purchased
several large,, new'engi.nei for the V
& W . K. H., which will be put ou the
road soon. . ;
Stokes county has lost', one of. her
smartest old females. The Panbury
Jlep&Her sura: Died--On last Friday,
on Big Creek, Miss Ursula-! Riddle,
she was between eighty and ninety
years old. In native intellect her
and her old maiden sister were sur
passed by no females in this section
The Franklin fhtirier says "there
have been twenty-eight coses of small
pox, and eleven deaths. ; Dr. Cren-.
shrvythrnkas that the . disease is on
the decline, and that those now siek
will soon be out of danger. Mr Bol
ton is said to have it very badly."
Says the ABheviHlCtfcn: Bay less'
Henderson, the murderer of Capt. N.
S. Jarrett, asserts in " a jubilant man
nar, that he will riot be present on5
the day appointed for his execution,
so we learn of a friend just from the
West. He feels sanguine of hw suc
cess in escaping the prison cells be
fore the beams of. the . rising dawn
shall touch the gallows prepared for
his execution. -
The Weldon Neves says : Mr Ex
um Vick, an old gentleman of some
seventy years of age or more, died
very suddenly at Whitaker's mill, in
Nash county, on Thursday last. He
drare,up to the mill and frith fitome
enon aiigntea irom nis venicje, re-
riiarkine:, at the time, that he" was go
ing to die and that it was useless for
any one to do anything for him, and
expired a few minutes thereafter.
Heart disease was supposed to be the
cause of death.
The Enfield Times says : A young
lady of this place, while sewing one
day last week, accidentally stuck a tine
cambric needle in herkneeand broke
half of it off in the wound. Smarts
ing with pain, she sprang up from
her seat, and the action of the musc
le sfelit;the h'eedle ftfdt bl sign & The
limbs causing much 'Pn. a doctor
Was called in, who a&red that the
needle be left towxrVr itself out,
which it would do in time ; as it
might require much cutting and
great pain to get at.
The Asheville Citizen, savs : Scarce
ly a week rolls round that we do not
hear of a brutal or - accidental mur
der.- Last Monday was the scene of
a drunken spree on Bolden s Creek,
near' Burnsville, in "which . a : man
named,, Washburn. ws, .kUod by
Dave Boorrr "Wr did not" learn the
cause of the murder... -On the night
following-another horrible affray oc
curred inYancey "county, between
ltios. .brackens and tsam Moore,
ivhtfih resulted in the latter getting
stabbed iriiihe bcfwels the" wotfnd is
supposed to be fatal.,' 4 These" two
men were quarreling about a- goose,
and the result a above 1 stated.
Singular Weather Phenomenon.
WiLWAUKEEr Wis., Jan 18, 187 A
most remarkable weather phenome
non occurred this morning between
Milwaukee and Sparta, Wis., 180
miles west. The thermometer ai the
latter place was forty-five degrees be
low zero, wnile at Milwaukee was
eighty; degrees above" The' idiffer-
ence was due .to two distinct cur
rents of airf that at Milwaukee being
from the north-nortbeast. brisk, with
a lively storm' ' of snow.' while at
Sparta and further west the wind
was from the northwest with a clear
sky. The change in the tempera
ture at Milwaukee occurrea on
Thursday evening,, at which-time a
dense bank of clouds worked its way
f across the, sky, followmg 1 closely , in
the wake ox the moon,
The merchants of - St:: Louis have
formed a St. Xouis Internatinal In
dustrial Exposition, with a - view to
'. it. t ; :i. ai t u
foret the world The capital stock is
Tha members of Congress from the
cotton States haof aConfererice Sa
luraay nignt auu agreeu u . ujn vy
refund the cotton tax, which will be
paseed irMien oi frrerow fjmruuuueu
a i 1 - - - 1
. . . 7 ' i- . t.
Thel Tbrkisli government cihas
brought suit . against the London
Times for libel in; publishing com-,
munications, "alleged te have been
sighed ,bybQV,TarkjA-Hin4stc in
Lfondon containing untruestatem ents
inS reference to the finances bfthe.
gve'ramenrof Tnrkeyr f
r r y
'-r - .. . ,. ...... .... i c T
REPORTED DAILY " TOR TOE OBSESVES
MESSES. STESHOXT8E, MACATrLAY A CO.
f " .: -i, ' - . CStABXOTTE1Jan,21.
COTTON-r-g ales to-day 66 DaieS at former
quotations, say 16 Lto 1,81 cts., extreme latter
price for middlingl Market quiet.
- Spot Cotton osteady. Low Mid
dling 49 ; Middling . 20.' - Other glades'
ui&hanged. - ,
p ' : Provision ITIarket.
COEHECTED DAILY BT W. H. H. HOUSTON A
i -: ' : . CO. , .-. -
fPl?0VISION MARKET Flour $4.25 to
$4.50 per sack, on market. ..
, New Corn 65 to 70 cents, little offering,
good demand. .
, Wheat $1.50 little ; , offering good
demand. :. ,,- ,. , ..
Oats 50 to 55 cents good demand.
- Pe s, strictly, clay. 90 $1 other kinds
80 to VO. Good demand. 7
Fresh Butter 20 to 25 cents.
Mountain Butter, in Kits, 16 cents no
t Chickens 1G tojjp cents
cents, with good demand!
. ; Bacon, (Baltimore' , bulk sides.) 83 t3 9
QMita,.r , ryxvQ '
. JfOjJN'prth. Caroling tmxKrket.
Lard Baltimore ; Fhike , in quantity
Hi to 12 cents.
. TallcAv Iftto-12 cents. --Beeswax
2S to 81 cents.
SweetPotaioei . $1 to $1.25 per bushel
WsirotatoesfK)t6 $1 cents "per bushel.
, Apples (Good Mountain) 75 tq $1,25 per
bushel, as to quality. Uu ',
Salt Syracuse in Liverpool sacks, $2J0
to $2.15 per sack' .
Factory Yarn$i.55 to $1.60, per .bunch.
LIQOURS N C Corn, $L40 to $1.50 good
Apple Brandy, $1.50 to $1.75 cood de
Peacb Brandy. j$l -75 to ,$2i)0-rgood de-
.mahd. . - : .'l . ,
UYIKG BATES; OP BASIC BTOtES. C. BT
. BANK or MECKLESBCaC, TRTOS STREET,
CUABIiOTTB, H. C.
"tank Cftip y ear le f Bank of Charlotte,
u ayweTiiie. 'i
. Gsucolina, 8()
rah am. 1 0
i aeey vuie,
Commercial Bank of Wilmington
Farmers' Bank of North Carolina,
Greensboro,' Mutual Insurance Co.. fold.)
Merchants' Bank of Newbern, : , '
Miner's and Planters' Bank, ; :1
Virginia Bank Notes average about lu
outh- Carolina ' ) " ; " 4 : 10
Georgia " " " : 20
Bank of the State of North Carolina. 2
These quotations are liable to fluc
tuation, and cannot be relied on for any
length of time. Remittances for all Bank
Notes sent us made either in Currency or
Northern Funds, at Starr " -
What the Season Suggests.
To assume warm clothing at the com
mencement of the cold season ,is only an
act of common prudence. But something
more than this is required to put the body
in & state of defense against the searching
atmosphere of winter. Damp has a de-
ttressins effect on the vital organs Bdth
f animal spirits. The amount of-Uifi. powerT,
taken out of the strongest o-t us by the
chilling vapors which frequently load the
air at this period of the year is very consid
erable, and to the weak and languid they
are extremely detelerious. To protect the
system against their effects, it must be In
wardly toned, regulated and reintorced, as
well as shielded outwardly by apppropriate
garments. This essential service is more
safely and satisfactorily accomplished by
the daily use ot Hostetter s stomach Bit
ters than by any other means within the
province of medical science. The fact
:iere stated is as incontrovertible as a de
monstration in mathematics. Nobody dis
putes it. It is a matter of common belief
and of general record. Here- the oase
might be rested ; but the public, naturally
enough, wants to know why this lamous
vegetable specific is so far ahead of all
other medicines of its class. This reasona
ble curiosity can be readily gratified. The
Bitters comprise five important elements.
viz : a stimulant, a conic, an aperient, ana
a blood depurent. Each of tbese compo
nents, as well as each of the other subor
dinate ingredients, is the purest and best
of its kind. They are proportioned in ac
cordance with a formula that has been in
use for twenty years, and operate harmon
iously and simultaneously. Hence tUe
uniform success of the medicine. ,
Mothers; be Advise d.
Always keep a bottle of Dr. Tutt' Cele
brated Expectonint in the house. Z i
certain, pleasant cure for, Croups, Coughs,
Colds, etc. It is agreeable to the taste and
Children take it readily. Go to yourdr.-
gist and get it at once, it may lave theluj
. r - .jr.
oi your Miue une.
MOBILE, ALA, May 27, 189.:if
Dr. Wm. M. Tutt : - V:; 4 A
Dear Sir T should be meased to adver
tise your medicines and will cheerfully"
give you a gtxa nouee oi .your ji.xpeeH
1 . - "r L. til
ant, as l naye personally usectit,wiwi fct
satisfaction. Very respectfully, ' i
Proprietor of the Mobile Regist,V
- : - f
The Barbers all Prefer Dr. Tuft's
Dye. ; ' . t ' t
LESLIES LADIES' .JOTJlQLi
T ESL1ES Ladies' Magazine, ftt
ii jan 21 - . 4 TIDDYJ
X t jan 21 . ... TlDDin.
T n Jtt'o UvtA- "it'-" '
M,: jan 21. v V.- -
"DEVTJE. DE ; LA MODEai .
DIE jyfodenwelt,.at.T . . t:r
-jari21 ' - 1 i TTDD-rS.
ARPER'S BAZAR,; at
HARPER'S MONTHLY, at f
A PPLETONTSr Journal, at
A ? jan V THMTTS.
JT1HE Galaxy; at
OtlVER Optic's Boys and Girls, at
jan 21 ... v. - A' TPPT .
,;h ' and
DESIRABLE FAEIXH7G LAUDS,
' IMPBOVED and UNIMPROVED:
T) AETTES.lishiBg to invest in such prop
X perty it reasonable terms would do
well to call at our office in the. Court
Further assignments and correspondence
solicited. GRAHAM & NASH,
' jaU 21-$m
Charlotte, N. CI
1 i T.
IN" ORDER ilAKE ROOM
y.Spong Stock, weQwhT sell all our
duced prices. Your attention is
particularly invited to our
Stock of Fine Dress Goods,
HAWLS, FLANNELS, CASSI
And all kinds of Woolen
with a large Stock of
which we will sell very low.
McMURRAY & DAVIS.
Choice lot of Smoked Sugar Cured
jan 21 R. M. MILLER & SONS.
OKA -.Sacks, Country Flour,
Grades,' for sale at
jan 21 R. M. MILLER & SONS
c . PORTBAJnfc "PAIffTINGr ! !
A Hare Chance for Charlotte!!.!
PGR -three months I will Paint Portraits
for $25, such' as are generally charged
$200. Persons wishing Portraits of their
departed friends can obtain them if they
have a good Photograph of them. I shail
be pleased to show you specimens of my
work at my Studio above Brem, Brown &
Co's Hardware Store. A., L. BUTT,
dec ll-3m Charlotte, N. C.
E. S. BUEWELL, THOS. GEIEK, J. H. CAB30.N.
ffrvTell, Orier & Co:;
(Successors to Carson S Grier.)
Corner of 4th and Tryon t3.,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
jan 1-1 m.
THE well known
butcher, wishes to
inform his friends
aurvthe public in general that he has open
ed a Meat Market in the basement under
valter Brem & Co's Hardware Store,
wete he will keep constantly on hand,
everything in his line. Give him a call
and see for yourselvas. Persons wishing to
sell cattle, sheep, hogs, &c, will find him
RS. A. W. MILLER is prepared to ac
commodate Boarders with room and
$aeals, or with meals only, as the Boarder
Inay desire. The building, Gray's, on the
fcorner of Trade and Church streets, is a
Hgew one ; the rooms are cleanly, comtort-
bly, neatly furnished, and well attended.
jpj The table is as good as the market will
fe '.'Terms most liberal, to suit clerks who
ate working for moderate salaries.
ir ian 1-tf
yj&n- Act to Chang-e the time for hold-
ing the Spring1 Term of the Supe-
Irior Conrt of Cabarrus County.
Sec. 1. The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact : That after the first day
of January, 1873, the. Spring Term of the
Superior Court for tbe County of Cabarrus,
shall be held on the first Monday of July
of each y ear and continue for two weeks
unless the business be sooner disposed of.
Sbk 2. That all processes, recognizances
and other legal proceedings in, civil and
criminal actions which have already been
issued,' or may- hereafter be issued, ' and
returnable to the Spring Term as now es
tablished , by law, . the same . shall be
heidH? returnable to the Terni of said
Court as now fixed by this act : and all
persons wrk) have been recognized or bound
' i a . j i. . tr '? ;
or ;8ummonea to appear ai ine cspnng
Term ofisaid Court for the year, eighteen
hundred and seventy-three are hereby re
quired to appear at the Term thereof as
proscribed by this act, and the Secretary
of State, shall within one month from its
ratification, cause this act to be published,
and furnish the Sheriff and the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Cabarrus County with, a
"Skc 3. It shall be the duty of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Cabarrus county
to advertise at two or, more! public places
in each township in said county on or be
fore the first day oi April 1873, notifying
suitors and witnesses of the change of the
Spring Term of the fcrapenor Uourt as pre
scribed in this act.
Sec. 4. This act shall be in force from
and after its ratification.
In General Assembly read three times
and ratified this 18th dav of December, A.
D. 1873. J. L. ROBINSON.
Speaker of the Senate.
J. L. Mobehead, Jb.; -,
, ; , .President of the Senate. .
ftJ?tlcK feE6RfirlS OFlStATE,
, aRLEIGii,lan:i0th, 1873.
Inerebyitharih e' foregoing is a
true eppyof the originalacfe on file in 'this"
umce. uit. n. nuniiiiu, ,
:,! H irj frt&9AT&TZ State.
January 12, 1873roaw 4w
3 ''J ;
F. Wk$ :H E L T 0 II
HAVING greatly increased hii Stiick of
FURNITURE which- consists in
part ot CilfV vfrto tf: :
Parlor Soits Blaclc alput
Painted Chamber Suits,
. French, ami. Cottage t'
, Bedsteadsr jSpring .
JSeds, Bureaus,)- j
Teapoys, Fold! ngr
Tables. Linlie Work ;!
! Tables, - tension 'and
Centre Tables Whatnots safes,
Excelsiur and CX)ttonMattreases,kJhair3
and StooW'of varioustyleSindf many
other things, npj. necossary to mention.
The Undertakers -Department is complete
from the cheap PopUuCoair' to the
Finest Hexigan.He.anJVt , Walnut
Casket Half. Glass. Tot), finished iand
med in thfimostapprovstie,wiU kept
constantly reaay: jor use, au owhich will
be sold xit a most reasonable Dribe. ..
Returning many thinks fbriast. iavors
I most .respectfully kVtlW citizens of
onariotie anu , surruun,oing. ; country, wno
have need, for Any thjng'inV joy ine''o. give
me a call belore purcliasins elsewhere
South Trade Street opposite ihe Market
jan 1st i873-ly - '. F. M, SHELT0N
TTE have this day sold but. entire. etock
T T of Groceries, Liquors,. &g,J . to Messrs.
v . H H. HOUSTON AQ,. and in retir
ing from business respeqtiuljy; ask; a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us to our successors. , s. ,.
W. J. BLACK & CO;
jan i; 1373. ' ' f ,
&B Having purchased "W J.' Black &
Co's and Gregroy & WilUamson's entire
stock of Goods, we have opened at Gregory
& Williamson's 'old ; stand, next ' dolor to
McMurray, Davis ! Co's,. at which place
we will constantly keep a cbmplete Stock
of : :.v ' '; : J
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.,
And would respectfully ask a call
the' public 1 r
W. IL H. HOUSTON & CO
P.. J, jORR Vandr Ti p. WALSH,
formerly with Gregory & Williamson, and
McD. ARLEDGE, .formerly .with W. J.
Black & Co., are with us and vf ill be pleas
ed to see their friend and customers. '
W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO.
jan7 : :. ; :
Agents Wanted, for Gopbiiis
ON THE IsIH for the HOME CIR
Clifi. 1,200 pages, 250 Engravings. The
best enterprise of the year; for agents.
Every family will have it. Nothing ttkei
now published. For circulars address
H. S. GOODSPEED & CO.,
jan 1-4 w 37 Park Row, N. Y.
BOOK AGEMS now at work, or look
ing for some new book, should write
at once for circulars of thef-best-selling
books published. Extraordinary j induce
ments offered. Sxqperb premium giiien away.
Particulars free. Address -!
QUEEN CITY PUBLISHING CO., r
jan l-4w Cincinnati, Ohio.
JUBILEE ! t
BETTER THAN PICTUBES IS THE
NEW Y0EK 0BSEEVEE,
The Great American Family Newspaper.
$3 a Year with the ;
JUBILEE YEAR BOOK.
SIDNEY E. MORSE & CO.,
37 Park Row, New York.;
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY. ,
jan 1-4 w ,. :
TRICKS and TRAPS of AMERICA
Would you avoid being "bi;"by Rogues',
Swindlers and "Humuugs l!" ReaH the
"Star Spangled Banner." A large, Illus
trated 40 column 8 oaee rjaoer. Ledoer size.
Splendid Stories, Sketches, f aM Poems,
Wit, Humor, Puzzles. Recipes &c. 11th
year, $1 a year, with elegant Prang Chromo,
"Autumn Leaves " tree to All. Only l.
Try it once.. Satisfaction I guaranteed.
Agents wanted, outfit FKJfiJS, specimens.
&c. for 6 cents, address f'BANNER,'
Hinsdale, N. II. :
jan l-4w f ' j
If von -sriflh to be eared DC the. habit, address X-
E. IAJU M. D.llt Vernon, Oblo
jan 1-4 w '
m r -&ci. nrr.dav ! I Asrents wan
0 1 U 'W&J fedt All classes of
working people, oL?eri. per, .young or
old, make more motley ork for us m
at anyilwflg: 'JOac. -Jfar icuia rs tree, ao-
Se&SSnek Itching or Ul
cerated Piles that D
; 1 BfKGs Pile Rejced fails
to cure. It is prepareo- eipesslyH,tD;.iu?e
the Piles, and notlnng else. f k',' '
Sold by all Druggists, t PnC
jan a w
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By KaiL2? centsAd Iress,
jan l-4w iTsjrl laark I owjN-Y.
JDEECirlDli '' !
FOUR Fine! ?ofclTcgs bj,ls., Large
Sweet Petaes721jLlSBjarfe Onion
X Tierce, of Sugar, .Cured Hams; new, and
very, fine, Hecklers Porfc Sausage redeived
daily: Tishert, celebrated Mince. ILeit
sacks ! strictry tFamilV 'Flour.' 2Q bushels
find -J Mountain 11 'Applesi 'Chesntits; "Irish:
Potatoes, Dried Fruit of all kinds; ' 16 dozu
of Domestic Fresji, spanned ; Peaches and
Cherries, all of wlifcrl wills be ! sold at the
lowest! figTire3;atmwDip; SMITHS.
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rpriBfirm of Eceles Gaither, is this
A, dy dissolved by mutual consent, H.
C, Eccles. retiring. .; ""':.(
j !3 r u -. iJStXJLifiS A GAITHER.
January 12th, 1873., ?
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The business will be continued at the
old stand by the undersigned.' v J
jaall THOMAS H.GAITUEIL
Rooms to Eent. ".
I-.Iiave several nice Rooms over WHson &
Black's Drug Store to Let, on reasona
ble Terms. , THOMAS H.GAITHKR,
Auctioneer, Commission Mercliant
jan 12 1 ' And Real Estate Agent.
Horses at Private Sale.
:I have four fine Family
Horses for sale. Call at the
AUCTION STORE. !
T. H. GAITHER.
GANNED PRUIT, JTJST RECEIVED at
the Auction Store- 1,500 cans of fresh
Peaches, Cherries, Damsons , and Black
berries, which will be, sold very cheap by
the case. T, H. GAITHER.
jan 15 . .
BY Virtue of an order of the Superior
Court of Alamance county, I shall pro
ceed to sell at public auction in the (Sty of
Charlotte at-the Court House door on the
15th day February, 1873, a certain lot of
Llank. situated r in the city of Charlotte on
Tryorr street adjoining the lands or A. is.
Davidson,!; H.Carson and others, contain
ing one acre more or less.
The title to said land is unquestionable
Terms of sale are J cash and the balance of
purchase money to be secured by bond
with approved security.. Sale subject to
conformation by said Alamance Superior
Court. J. E. ECTOR,
T. II. GAITHER,
jan 16-30t eod Auctioneer.
H. M. MILLER & SQXS,
O B O
HAVING Completed oir ncK throe
story building, on tbe coraes 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, ltnisins, Oysters.
?? j . ugar, Coffee, l eaSf.
Brandy Peaches, &c., &c
Purchased direct from the Manutacturers
with the view of supplying the
2nd Department Heavy Goods-.
Molasses, Bacon, Flour, Hard, Mack
erel, &c. Our facilities for handling,
such goods, are superior to. jthose
of any -mercaiitire housV iu
e Cifey. Merchants may
irest n .qsnred t.liat tliev
good of us at ,
TIIE XOWEST FIGURE.
3rd Department Produced
Cotton, Corn, Wheat Oats, Rye Hay,
&c. Bought at highest ewth jrrices
Hold on Commission. Stored, with.
casli advances MOde uou tit ', if
same. We invite special at- "
Untiion to one amiuiixsion
. ., . and storing business
TO WHICH WE PA Y CLOSE PER
4th Department Phosphates.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR ZELL'S and
other SUPER PHOSPHATES, tbe
most reliable article on the Mar
ket. Certificates from reliable
farmeis furnished on Appli
cation. We are also
GILHAMS CELEBRATED 'TOBACCO
Department Leaf Tobacco
WE HAVE COMPLIED WITH THE
Revenue Law, and are now ready to re
ceive Leaf Tobacco, which we will
buy or sell on. commission.
Our Warehouse fees are
less than the same at
Richmond or Dan
ville, and the
TIN THOSE MARKETS ALWAYS OB
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 favoT-
" - t R.' M.' MILLER & SONS.
x 1UU Boxes.
TRENCH and American: Window G!ass
R, ifcoo4;oeder.jj .;i b-imnt
MACARONI, Corn Starch, Chocolater
Horsford's Bread. Preparation, Punot
Povder Ginger and Pepper. -
1 WM. JR. BUR WELL & COw
lana gprings vorner.
HAIR Brushes, 'English and Aroercan-.
.K W3I. R. BURWELL.& CO.
I:EWore White Lead, - -iU:t
J. T' SUGSS."
J- Isooessor to Coit and Suggis)
Trade Bt4 next door below Merchants' &
i ' : Farmers' National Baalr.
, ROCE RI E & & kIQ.tJ 0 RS ,
At . WHOLESALE & RETAIL'
KEEPS constantly on hand a large and
wt selected stockof BACON', IARD,
MACKEREL, FLOUR, MOLASSES, SU
GAR, f COFFEE TEAS, SPICES. CAN
DIES; SODA 80APSt CANDLES, SE
'GAvRS, TOBAXX,iftc.v&c.V; ALSO, Corn,
Wheat,-' Rye, Oats, -&c.; bought and sold
on commissions! -