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i " :
w.-wwuumr peonie uia not mvmnw. Uii
T . .... 1 . JW,iuoDgai i&e prejudice owing room oi tne ttouse, and adds: 'There
Friday, January IOTA. f ,' 'lua io tnenamePahd to the -?nan wnp squeezes congressional
U : " , 7 ct Mt they; thought this lemons all day lone: and h a i ?d
day long; and he is paid
-S-rfar Notice. Inserted In the Ifi willing to vacate ' his ZVtv " uer sonie nead-tatione-
Zl- Column wUl "be charge 15 Il?cc asdirector; if it oal fili w Sfri Nee;graeeffi!yllusipn to
ner line - l
n if it wouId7ha fifr W lir ? Tsraceimiy anus
wTSt-5? IT unmoving qualities pf the 1
T AH Pordwae Wserrer edtaWto
-ft ideas send the money for the time "7"it f'enbmg, he Was
h naner is wanie. . r: ;.' ". w wjtsuepi
Oil as. in tt4ATSh
Mr. Dixon believed thetrrviA ,-
wider their conirarts. o advertise any enhances
nther tna ; icuunuo, uusiaess,
UI11CSS ujr fJ
Difended: tlie conntrV Tlle T- Dividends and5 Cannon a r
cnvrlillv fn..n.l. I Pie lOr not doirit --A'F ,m ,
""PUTensueo. h lie spoke of the interest
TrtMch. would accrdeto both town' arid H The act of Mareh 1(K 183 imnrl .
fP.&lwjinsT'cdLd & I ,F' on Wchds and jconpons of railroads
estahlifihiwl Vnw . " . V ' -: 4 , l and certain VroiTirtri wt, is2lj j
Mr, John S.' Davidson1 spoke at some
Marriage UcensesIf yon wish Mar- ' -"f """" !r V;,ny-
MaV, t,(ifn. "r-i.", Other genUemcn,; reeardins.ih W!'
-;iff( ijceiiern wwuiij , cAo;uLeu call . . . ' - x--a
at Sic Qbsekveb Qrwot. Vr;. - J county and on getting it reniovecL
; vicn,,uarjinger saia the nature of the or-
'lIaffistrates nianka-Atthe Obsebves
nan wof fenarM4aa T!M1.. I
printed in the neatest style, on best quality
Correspondents must not write on
Kni), sides of their paper.
ascertain corporations whose dividends
ana . coupons belonged : to non-resident
aliens Eighteen , months ago it was first
discovered that the ITew York; and. Erie
Railroad Company had neglected to? return
their sterling interest and pay tax on the
- w mw V1UC1CU
Deeds-Printed on Bond paper can be gaiiioh!as notJim 8ai
UgOBSKBVEK Office. - ; Faiorganiied on . a voluntary plan.hadjf"
taiHjcur i-.u-nis 4Jfair liad done-
?n -an J ,?tuer cMuid do? J. The - only fault
isiuat tae peppte. are noti with us. He F assessment on the
knew our county: ftiehds-CTe to blame, K'nissioner of Internal -Revenue his
y "Wethers, beAdv?7ed.
w7PxWet Dft Tutt's Cele-1
iapectorant in the house. It is a
certain, pleasant raw tnr Omni ri,
J Jf- at is agreeable to the tasteTand
Oiildren take it readily. Go tovour drng
gwt and get it at once, it may save the Ufe
of your httle one . - f- -
J 4 i. it 3 1
'l Auction Store.
MOBILE, ALA, May 27, 1869.
Dear Sir -I should
-i "p ana .win jpneertuUy
glveydu a Jcood jxbtrra nf A.irff 7Zw.:
r;;?-fcyelfVJalit wita great
.i.uun, ircrv resnectrniiv
V II M A W I mm' . mmmi ' '
Irietorof theMobiieRer:;ir.' 'U'S'H B-'Il.T. Q 17
The Barbers all Prefer Dr.Tutt'. Hair
nnt - Mnn
ld maae on a11 coupons lalling due with, Ifl ESLELft k
m niteen- month Afth t ViJL Ban 213 I ' i . S ,
ui.uv, vrwiiiir to a siaratorv Iiniltatinn th
rest was barred. The
The following new advertisements apM but not so much so as the towiepeople, as directed the . District Attorney at New
pear this morning the irst time.
A number of locals prepared for this pa
per, are crowded out.
Meclins of the Stockholders of the FalF
company, m appropriate form, for the re- M fan 21 ' '
Charlotte, N. C, January 23, 187J.
On motion, ICapt. Richard Torrence was
tailed to the chair, and R.j A. Spring re
quested to net as Secretary.
Gen. Ruths Barringcr explained the ob
ject of the meeting, and in a few well
timed remarks showed the status of the
Society in a linancial point of view, lie
.spoke of the agricultural interests of the
country, and the benefits likely to accrue
to the community at large from the con
tinuance of the Fair of the Carolines.
By request of Col. V. R. Myers, the
Treasurer read his report, which showed
the indebtedness of the Association to be
jibout $12,000, and the Fair property
grounds, improvements, tc, to be worth
$20,000. The Fair property was under
nvrtgagej to tho; ditfereiU creditors.
The Treasurer estimated that $1,200. or
$1,500 would pay the floating debt and the
efficiency be premiums.
Gen. liiarringer spoke in vindication of
the Board of Directors of the Association,
lie knew there was-no bad management
on their jart, as had been charged. Bad
M'cather was the disaster which had opera
ted against the Fair.
Col. Myers concurred with Gen. Barrin
ger, and spoke at some length regarding
the business of the Society.
Mr. Grier understood the standing debt
could be carried. Ilowito raise the money
to pay the floating debt was the matter in
the way. He regretted that the public did
not take more interest in 4his matter."
There is epough money lying idle in this
county to pay the entire debt. How to get
at the money was the question. If persons
would take premiums in stock, the entrie
debt could be paid in two years. He was
anxious to get everybody interested in this
Capt. Alexander regretted that the coun
try people took so little interest in the wel
fare of the Society. The people -of Sleek-
iwi-mrg qummc ot Charlotte took less
stock than the people of Iredell and Lin
coln counties. He did not favor Mr.
Crier's plan of paying premiums. Persons
come here to compete for premiums.and he
thought when they took them, they should
be paid in money or its equavalcnt. He
reiterated what Mr. Grier bad said about
the interest taken in the Fair. Iredell
county took more stock then than the peo
ple of Mecklenburg outside of town, and
the town people were altogether too negli
gent oftheir own interests. He iad;,Tiit-'
i mis ji me omic, ana
w.uui -ay that no place had superior
V.1lOn.... , ., . . .
over- unarlotte in the way of V
"""dings, ttc. Last fall we had all reasons
w expect a large crowd ; Mr. Graclcy had
tnc impression on our minds thatch e
, 1,1:1 be present, and his conung would
vC oeen attended with a large number of
Miors. Hence, the directors had expend-
7 reaier amount of money than was
""VMuiay necessary. Capt. Alexander also
spoke of the manner in which the Fair of
UIUa had attained its success. In three
VOQM It. i
iqai Association had paid 50 per
va a capital stock of $50,000, the city
javing ceded the ground for the Fairnd
K earninS having been applied, to im
Proving them, -Ji : Ust
Dr. Graham said the capital stock of the
'' was, $5,000. The property was now
$20,000 for ; Fair.t purposes,
inle Uie debt was- $12,000. He saw
0 occasion for discouragement.
e was sanguine the . Fair,, would
Wtimatefy prove a 8ucceS3;- Bad
ZSjherlatthe timeof holding fh,-..t
tue onty difficulty ; had it not
the latter had a more direct ihterMt fn it York
utner towns were doing well. Goldsboro
and Sttesfsjlle.4br.instancerand,he regret- covery of amount, the assessment of whirl,
ted, to.see ftJacfcfUnterestlBiaaifested bv was th"s barred. The amount involve i. P EVUE DB LA MODE, at
onariotte. lie was anxious to devise" some "early one hundred thousand doll
plan to raise money to nav floatinV VTrf 7 . '7
I1 wutti oe aone, tiie Association
would be on its feet acrain; Gen; R nfor-
ea tne lollowing resolution in regard to ew orK Clty banks have reported
HA?JyJncrea8ed Stock f
FURNITUKE which eonsihts in
part or . ,.-: - ' u.
,i Parlor inlis black,' Walnut
ruiniea tnamber Salts,
. Freuch and Cottage
k Bedsteads Spring
? ..j Beds,- Bu reaiu, . t s -. - f l
c -'--Washstands7 - ;
' JTenpoTS Folding
Tables, Ladiem Work
i Tables. rTlontnn
JJ entre Tables; Uliataou safes,
Excelsior and Cotton i Mattresses; Chairs
TnEfirm of Eccles & Gaither, is tliis
day dissolved by mutual consent, U.
. iwm reunjig. .
EtLES & GAITOER.
January 12th, 1873. - -
The husinCM VHI ha mnHnnnl f l.o
. . ... vv-.L.tlnvl M V
old staml by the undersigned.
jan ax i mUAlAS It. GATTHER.
Booms to Sent T
I have several nice Rooms over Wilson &
; Black's Dm? Rtnro
ble Terms. THOMAS H. GArTHEr
' Auctioneer, Commission Merchant
Jan 12 And Real Estate Agent.
Worses At Private Sale.
1 nave four fine - Family
Horses for sale. Call at the
T. H. GAITHER.
jan 12 j
CANNED FRUIT, JUST RECEIVED at
.the Auction Store- 1,500 cans of fresh
Feaches; Cherries. Damson nt "RlHni-
"berries, which will be sold very cheap by
cue vase. 1. II. UA1THER.
T and Stools various. styles and many "RY Virtue of an order of the Sup
vs otrtnS? "Ot Tiecessary to mention. JJ Court of Alamance county, I shall
XV jan 21
Reports to the Como.
DIE Modenwelt, at
TTARPER'S BXZAR, at
the city authorities for the encouragement their condi,ion up to the 27th of December
they had given the Fair,, which, being 1 ' and tfle reports of the State banks,
XX jan 21
-; TIDDY S.
aeconded by Dr. Graham, was unanimous
ly adopted : '
.wn.i.w. aiihl liiv r jiir fir r in I 'a. m.
accept tne , tender of encourage
'"' " am latftlv Slmn-n it K..
uuwiiuitt me city of Ciiarlotte, in
uwiicuiiioeniig its propertv of
.v-xo ...u iiMarrassmg terms and con
ditions; and pledges itself to unremittii.ir
efforta to make its exhibitions in th f,,tn
a credit to the city, and a source of untold I Ciars
oenent to ,the industrial interests of the
i-oiuiiiuimY at large. , i
which were also called for by the Sunerin-
tendentof the Bank Department at Albany
on the same day, have also been received
This is the first time the condition of t.hV
national and State banks have been made
at the same time, furnishing the-exact con-
union 01 tne banking capital of the
HARPER'S MONTHLY, at
APPLETON'S Journal, at
1 1 VITV.
o wiiutsriaiiers department is complete 10 8611 public auction in the City of
fifom i the cheapest. Ipoplar CfcffinA toTthe Charlotte at the Court House door on the
finest Hexigan; Headland Foot Walnut JSth.day February, 1873, a certain lot of
Casket.Half Glass Top, finished and-trim- Ian situated in the cit' of Charlotte on
rnedin tliernost approved style, wiU be kept Ion street adjoining the lands of A. B.
constantly ready for use, all of which will Pavidson,J. H. Carson and others, contain-
be sold at a most reasonable price. mg one acre more or less. :
Returning roauy thanks for past favors The title to said land is unquestionable.
1 most respectfully ask the citizens of Terms of sale are i cash and the balance of
unartottejmd surrounding country ? who porcbase money to be secured bv bond
have neetl for anything in my line to give Wlth approved security. Sale subject to
mf. a before purchasing elsewhere. conformation by said Alamance Superior
V.T DUWt opjiosite-. tne ittarket v,UJl- J. r-. J&LrivK,
House, Charlotte, N. G
jan ist i87g-iy F. M. SHELTON
THE Galaxvi at
jan 21 r
Maj. Graham, of Lincoln, moved the
meeting adjourn' for three weeks.
Meanwhile a committee to be appointed
by the chair, to prepare an address to be
published in the, city papers, showing the
exact financial stains of the Society.
Gen. Johnston suggested that the com-
mited be appointed outside of the Board of
Directors, and that they make a full expose
ot all facts that could be obta!n.;d
in order that the country people might see
that this was not a numey-making insti
tution for a few men in town. He thank
ed the city authorities for the support they
naa given this enterprise.
wn. loung, on behalf on the authori
ties, ruse and acknowledged the compli
ment. He spoke in regard to the -affairs
of the Association, reviewing the debts
and the value of the property. He said it
was ridiculous to speak of failure. There
is enough power and influence present, to
raise ail tne money necessary just now to
pay the floating debt. The Fair must be
After a scattering debate, the motion of
Maj. Graham to appoint a committee to
prepare an address to the public, before the
day of the next meeting, three weeks
hence, was seconded and carried.
The chairman announced the followhv
pcais iiiat tj-pctt? Avr f tuiirTtr -r -rr- w Williamson's old stand next door ik ummjvisjj u
whole number of cigar manufacturers BESIxlABLE FARMING LANDS, McMurray, Davis & Co's at w McWuS Customers
he United States is 19 I we will coiistantlv u I Oar House ii
f ,Jiinri.MVG UlWt
From an official statement prenared at
the Internal Revenue Office it appears that
m tne United States is 12.294. emnlovino-
.- , . . ' x -
i,4ui men, and for whom the whole
amount of bonds given is $14,016,000.
OLIVER Optic's Boys and Girls, at
jan 21 TIDDY'S.
notice. : "
WE jVave th?s day sold our entire stock
'tv tV,68' iaors, &c., to Messrs.
W. H H. HOUSTON t CO anA in
ing from business respect'ully ask a eon-
v.nuauce 01 me lioerai atronage bestowed
upon us to our successors. , -
GREGORY fc WILLIAMSON, ;
W. J. BLACK t CO.
jan 1, 1873. , . ; ' '
jan lG-30t eod
T. H. GAITHER,
E. M. MILLER & SONS,
O C E
rtnvnhAt,A1 TIT" T T1 V
Co s and Gregroy & Williamson's entire , story nding, on tlie corner of Col
storOf Goods we have opened at Gregory I,eV.u,?h .8treet! we have just
mto it, and are ready for
REPORTED DAILY FOR THR-orsitbvpb
MESSRS. STEKHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
CHAfttOTTTC .Tan 95
COTTON. Sales to-dav 105 hl on hnB;
of 18i for middlin" good demand.
IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED
r.vx nisning iu iiivesnn sucn pTop
perty on reasonable terms would do I
wen to call at our office in the Court j
nouse. . , 5"-.-. .- '-.j . n , r ; ; -, ? !
Further assignments and correspondence j
ouiiuiLeu. CjrltAttAAl & JN ASH,
- jan 21-3m Charlotte, N. C.
Oar House is divided into five Detwirfc-
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C,
And would respectfully ask a call ' from
W. H. H. HOUSTON &m ;
P. S -W J ORE and T. D. WALSH,
former with Gregory &. Williamson, ancj
McD. ; ARLEDGE. fomoHv w?k w t
a C...are witli us and will be pleas- Purchased direct from the Manufacturers
1st Department Fancy Groceries.
Soaps. Candles, Candy, Starch,
Soda, Ilaisins, Oysters.
Sugar, Coffee, Teas,
israndy reaches, &c, &c.
W. H. H HOUSTON A
-Flour $4.25 to
Pi o vision
CORRECTED DAILY BY
$1.50 per sack, on market.
.New Com 65 to 70 cents. Utile nflfon'n
VV heat S1.50 little ftflfprino- r,w
Oats 50 to 55 cents good demand.
re s, strict! v elav. 90 Si oth
u to yu. liooa demand.
Fresh Butter 20 to 25 cents
Mountain Butter, in Kits. Iff
.1 , '
Cliickens 16 to 20 cents
Eg-re 20 to 25 cents, with "-nod
uacon (liaitimore bulk sides.) 82 to 0
No North Carolina on Market.
- Jaru ijaitimore r lake in auantitv
111 4.. in : .. 1 J
iij iu it, uein.
Tallow 10 to 12 cents.
Beeswax 25 to 31 cents.
of this .meeting, and also 'the address, be Irish Potatoes 00 to $1 cents per bushel.
I . 1 I 1 r .
ed to see their friend and enstomers
. W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO.
genyemen 4is committees .Maj.Wm.
A. Graham, Cuairman; C. Dowd. T. L.Yail,
B. F7 Di xon, andtiRuf tUTJiarrhajrcr.
published in the city papers.
On motion' adjourned.
JCow They Get into the Senate.
u i, " ' - i 4ioi ueeu
j tQat the bt would have- been paid;
o'igh the country people had never done
anything forit, and the people of Charlotte
:- singularly inactive. Some of the,
rector j . - n
-. uwiiea more stock in it than
Thbre was a time when an election
to the Senate "of the United States
was regarded as. next to the hiheat
-honor th.e Jcqnjitry r.CQiUci . bestow
wnen none but the ablest aim most
honorable men .were Pent there to
ripresent Jtbeir SUtes. and wh en
none hut honorable ways were Used
aa- r.u'ii, t..: t,.. i. . - .
nw. uo UICVHUII3. . m L HOW Si.ll L111M l
chanced, now ! There
than four benators m that body who
are directly charged with having got
there by corruption, and at least two
of them are on trial upon charges of
naving uougnt tneir elections with
money. Another; under like charges
is on his way to the Senate, waiting
lor tne i re-assembling ol Congress,
ana at least - four more will make
their appearance on the coming 4th
of March. In several of the new
W estern-States .there seems to be
bat one way, of settling Senatorial
elections, and that is to settle in
cash, tin the pocket State of Nevada
they have a canvass on hand at this
time, and so bitter is it ? that one
party nireaiens 10 maKe it "a , con
flict so memorable and terrible" as
to deter all future attempts to buv
the Legislature. But Ttimt Legisla
ture will be bought I all the same.
The people in the State are lost sight
pi in me contest, tne wnole business
of who shall be Senator from Nevada
being settled outside of the State, in
San Francisco by a- few individuals.
Tlie next Nevada Senator will pro
bably be the immediate personal re
presentative , of the Sati Francisco 1
owner of a sil ver m ine. just . as th e
Apples (Uood Mountain 75 tn 1 9Jirur
uupiici, aa wi ciuantv.
Salt Syracuse in Liverpool sacks, $2.10
to $2.15 per sack.
Factory Yarn$1.55 to $1.60 per . bunch
LIQOURS N C Com, $1.40 to $L.50 go.
Apple Brandy, $1.50
roach Brandy. $r7o to S2.00 ?ood de
to $1.75 good de-
f Vei1 by the town was sufficient to buy 23
n, ZrY Pm a rence around it. The
icnniond had riven thrfr i
ClflfiA i v AOOV-
thern ' rf a'ld $10 m to ve
nseTn Pf- G' ntin There was no
unnl 'ymg to hod anoth- Fair with
npaid premiums hanging over us. Peo-
edntbringtheirarticles here for
Ration saying, "what is the use? If I
The oPTmiUm' they wiU ncverpay it.".
RftleiJ!7 lWe have to comPete with'is
Scrii would-e moved .here,
nbed $15,000 to it : He hope4 our
fWshow more enterprises. Was
new Oregon Senator is thej immedi
ate perional'representative of a great
builder of subsidized ; Uovernment
r7frefedui theenate ijo wwhd will
spend cash jenqugh. 7 i
The above is from th e Philadelphia
LedfferfftyvftM and cpn trolled by
GeorgeW Childsffobef Grant's
most intimate nersonal and nolitical
friends . sd the old. owl jof 'rebel'
or Democratic slander is not in or
der. The men to -whom itr refers' are
all members of, and ? shining lights
in, the Badical partjt; hat a com
mentary UDon 4he viltue . and nuritv
and patriotism of whieh' that con
cern claims. the - monopoly ! Macon
UTraJ- RATES OF BAVK NOTES. tc7 BY
BARK OF MECKLEKBUaC, TRY02T STREET.
CHAWLOTTE, H. C.
Hank Cape Fear lfi Bank of Charlotte.
i - .
Wilmington. : 2
" Fayetteville, 2
" Roxboro', 2
Washington, . 0
" Yancey vllle. ,0
Oomnierclal Banlr nf
Mai mers' Bank of North Carolina,' 2
Greensboro' Mutual Insurance Co.. (old.) 0
Miner's and Planters' Bank,
Virginia Bank Notes average about
South Carolina . .
Georgia r7 " " .
Bank of the State of North Carolina.--
These Quotations are liablA tn flnc.
tua;.lon, 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 par.-
What the Reason Suggests.
To assume warm; clothing at the com
mencement of the cold season' is bnly an
act of common prudence., But something
more than this is required to put the bodv
in a state of defense against the searching
atmosphere of winter. Damp , has a de
pressing enect on the vital organs and the
animal spirits. The amount of life power
taken out of the stronsest of us bv thes
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
waraiy toned, regulated and reinforced, as
Weil as shielded outwardlvbv annnmnriata
garments. This .essential service is more
saieiy ana satistactonly accompushed by
the daily use of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters than by any other means; within the
Erovince of medical science. . The fact
ere 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 case
might be rested ; but the public, naturally
enough! wants to know, whv this &mom
f egetable 'specific is .so far . ahead of all
other medicines of its class. This reasona
ble curiosity can be readilv erratifled. The
Bitters comprise fivev important: elements,
viz i a stimulant, a tonic,-an aperient, and
a blood depurent. s Each of these compo
nents, as well as each of the other subor
dinate ingredients, is the purest and best
of its kind. . They are proportioned in acv
cordance with a formula that has been in
use for twenty years, and operate harmon
iously .and simultaneously. .Hence the
uniform success of the medlcinev-ff ' i
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM
( 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 in
the City. Merchants may
rest assured that they
can always obtain
good of us at
THE JLOWEST FIGURES.
Heavy Spring Stock, we will sell all our
Fall and Winter Goods, "at greatly re
duced prices. Your attention is
particularly invited to our
SXock of Fine Dress Goods,
SHAWLS, FLANNELS, CASSI
And all kinds of Woolen Goods, together
with a large Stock of
which we will sell very low.
jan 21 McMtTRRAY & DAVIS.
Agents Wanted for Cobbin's
2? JHE BIBI'E. forthe HOME CIR
CLE. 1.200 Dasres 250. TtncmnnnMi ti,.
l truicrpnse oi tne year for agents.
x.ci mum) wui nave it. nothing likci
now published. For circulars address
II. S. GQODSPEED & CO.,
jan 1-4 w 37 Park Row, N. Y.
BOOK AGJB-NTS now at work, or look
ing for some new book, should write
m once,ior circulars of the best-selling
books published. Extraordinary induce
ments offered. Superb premiums given awau.
. QUEEN CITY PUBLISHING CO., !
jnn1-4w Cincinnati, Ohiol
1872. jubilee ! ! 1873
BETTER TfXAJf PICTURES IS THK
JMEW YORK OBSERVER
The Great American
$3 a Year with the- ,
JUBILEE YEAR BOOK.
SIDNEY E. MORSE fc CO., "j
: 37 Pajk Row, New York, '
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY,
jan l-4w ' '
TRICKS and TRAPS of AMERICA
WVmifl rnn avai' kAm kM tsl
Swindlers and Huninnss I 1?aaH WE HAVE COMPLIED Wrfn tup
otar spangled Banner." A large, Illus-
3rd Department Produce.
Cotton, Com, Wheat Oats, Rye, Hay,
&c. Bought at highest cash prices.
&l'i on Commission. Stored, with
cash advances made upon the
same. We invite special at
tention to our commission
and staring business,
TO WHICH WE PA Y CLOSE PER
SON A L A TTENTION.
4th Department Phosphates.
WE. ARE AGENTS FOR ZELL'S and
other SUPER PHOSPHATES, the
most reliable article on the Mar
ket. Certificates from reliable
formers furnished on Appli
cation. We are also '
GILHAMS CELEBRATED 'TOBACCO
5th Department Leaf Tobacco
PORTRAIT PAINTING ! !
crated. 4U column 8 nasre nmvr ;
Splendid Stories, Sketches. Tales. Poems!
" W -m . . ' t
it, iumor, ruzzles, Recipes, &c. 11th
Revenue Law, and are now ready to re-
1 T TT 1 . m
ceive jLai lODacco, which we will
buy or sell on commission.
Our Warehouse fees are
less than the same at
Richmond or Dan-
it Once. Satrsfanftstn vnannliuH I ' villp nnrl tlio
for $25. such as are senerallv oharivl I Agents wanted, outfit Snnmi.' I host. ini
$200. Persons wishing Portraits , of tleir fec, for 6 cents, address "RA WKR I IN THOSE MARKETS ATAVAVS nn.
,a j. Y.i.... . . . I ri:ji -t tt ' 1- i
A RflTP ?nWM orlAH I i i yr 51 a y&v' with elegant Prang Chromo,
'K,are nance lor Charlotte ! ! !"Autumn Leaves," free to alL Only $1
n vuuiiroiuuuumwiii jraini portraits l3 once, csaxisiactton guaranteed.
departed fnends can obtain them if thev
have a good Photograph of them. I Khali
be pleased to show yoa specimens of mv
work at. my Studio above Brem. R rnwn Ar.
Co's Hardware Store, . ! - A.: L. BUTT.
dec li-dm Charlotte, N. C,
Hinsdale, N. H.
E. S. BURWELL, THOS. GRIER, J. H. CARSOIT.
BurwelL Grier & Co.,
(Successors to Carson d Grierj)
& Coamfssifla Mercliants,
Corner of 4th and Tryon 6ts.f
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
jan- 1-fmi ' -t '
FRED V0 GEL
THE well 'knoWn
bntrltr wishm tn
inform his friends
and the pubiicl n general that he has open
ed a Meat Market in the basement under
Walter Bem fc Co's Hardware Store,
Where he will keep constantly on hand,
everything in his line. Give him a call
and see for yourselves. Persons wishing to
sell cattle, sheep, hogs, tc., will find him
a readv purchaser,
77 MILLER is. v
commodate Boarders with room and
M1' MILLER ia prepared to ac-
meais. irf Wita acaJa njy, j the Boarder
m&Xmtijnk ulphrjtsjon the
corner of Trade and Church streets, is a
new one j th e rooms are cleanly; comfort
ably, neatly furnished, and well attended.
The table is as good, as the market Will
Terms rnbst HberaV. to suft "clerks who
are working for moderate isalarie&l l j
OUR large and commodmnx 11 AT T. win
be finished and opened to the public about
the First of March.
If YOU wish to be cureA of tha habit. uUmT
E. CXAItKK, M. I. tit. Vcrmon,Obio
jan l-4w 1 -:t - -fft
.WE THANK a generous public for the
liberal patronage which has heretofore
been bestowed upon us, and we hope that
through Strict nftenh'on tn kn.in.ic. 1
Ay rn- a i . A 17 I !!" : . . . y "'"""-!
working people, oX eitherTsex, younger
old, make more pioney atv work for us in
l.; -... r ii , . .
m (wic iiiuuicuu), or.au me time, tnan
at anvthinHElse. SParticalars free, d-
jan fw t$rtlaiHL Maine.
continuance oftheir favor.
, R..M. MILLER & SONS.
.Tnnrv 11. 1S73. -v:
Forrnr case of Blind J
Bleeding, Itching or-Uli
derated Piles t that Di
...,r ,t.?, ... ! tpiKCB rrjK JXEMEDX JM1S
to cure. It is prepared expressly to cure
the Piles, and nothing else. . i :.
Sold by all Druggists.-- Price $1 i
jan l-4w j z . . Jitf.-k, -i-L
HOW, WHEH AND WHERE
xjr Aiait, cents: ' Address,
: GEO'P. ROWELS ACO.
jan l-4w If ji pirk Epy, y.
EOUR Fine Pork Hogs, 6 bbls., Large
r Sweet Potatoes; 2 bbls.7Large Onions,
l:Tierceof Sugar Cured Hams
very fine. Heckler's Pork Sausage received
daily, I Fisher's celebrated If ince Meat,1 20
sacks strictly Family Flour, 20 bosheb
findr. Mountain Apples, Chesnuts, Irish
Potatoes. Dried Fruit ht all irina- io j
of Domestic Fresh Canned Peachev and
perries, all of which will be sold at the
Ipwest figures,, at B;;N SMITH'S, i
loo Boxes, 7
EREN'CH and American Window Glass,
in good order.
4 WM. E. BURWELL & CO.
tan 9, :!,:';;.
MMSARPNJ"-5Qr Starch, Chocolate,
Hprsford's Bread PreparaUon, Pure
Powder Ginger and Pepper.
7f . WM. R. BURWELL & CO,
3n9 Springs' Corner.
HAIR Brushes, English and Amercan.
.. WM. K. BURWELL & CO.
jan 9 . ... ,, ...
LEWIS' Pure White Lead,
... :7 7";; WM. B. BURWELL & CO.
J. T. SUGGS.
7 (Successor to Coit and Suggs,)
Trade St, next door below Merchants' &
. Farmers' National Bank.
; P:r;- - DEALER TN -
OROCERI ES A L IQTJ O R S ,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
KEEPS constantly on hand a large and
7,3?" e.ected stock of BACON, LARD,
MACKEREL, FLOUR, ' MOLASSES, SU
GAR, T COFFEE, TEAS, 8PICESCAN
DIES SODA, SOAPSTCaSdLES, 8E-
SriS Tt?B AP ALSO! CS;
Wheat, Rye, Oats, &c. boueht and sold
on commissioju ...
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