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Charlotte Utoserver. h wr. - v,f : - n. . ' - - - j.. 1 . """ . 1
vJr r. : r. - Mo
rfoNES & Mclaughlin.
Building, Trade Street. 2
BATES. 0 StrBSCKIPTIOjr.'f ' 7
:T)aiIv 'One year in advance, r...;.., 00
ii months,- io advance, .
Three fklonths, inadvanee,.w,...i .1:50
One robnth, in advance, vw-.u.-..... -,50
Tri-Wekly, one yeAr.,i..v.1...lM? $3.50
Wcckiy oDe yearirw..."..! 200
A WOMAN'S C4PRICE.-;"
Sl,e tang a cageatihe.ind6w'r
"if h goes by.' she said. rm -
KiTiwill hear my robia sihriniri"'
Aiid when he lifts . his headj v ,tff
. i,t l oittmor them tn ton
Aiid he will how tnie,.! knowj;
1 '-"St ,
n. isnbin sans a love sweet.sohg:.
The young man raised his head;
The maiden turned away and blushed :
I am a fool," she said, , ; ..,-.
Vnd went on, broidering in silk "...'-.
A pink-eyed rabbit, wiit as milk.
Theyonpnanitered slowly - , ,? .
By the house tjireo times that day,? j J
She took her bird from the window, ,
He need not look this wav ' . u, ;
She sat at her piano long, "
AndsiKhed and played a death-sad
But when the daywas done, shesai.;
'I wish that he would come
Kemcmber, Mary if he calls -rr
To-night, I'm not at home,1
S wlieii he rang she went the elf I
She went and let him in herself. . ;
They sang full long together
Their songs love sweet, deathsad
The robin woke from His slumber.
And sung out clear and glad.
"Now go," she coldly said, "'tis late; "
And followed him to latch the gate.
' j .'."-I 92 'liW
He took the rosebud from her hair,
While "You shall not !" ahersajd r
He closed her hand within fcisowny -
AikI wlnle her tfngue torbade.
Her will was darked in the eclipse, .
Of binding love upon, her ljpsv . , .
Bulwer's Style aud His Publisher.
The following descriptionofhis
habits as a writer may be interesting.
In answer to a question as to wheth
er he kiept an amanuensis, addressed
him by Lady Blessington, Bulwer
replied t K
"No, I scribble it all out nysclf,
and send it to the press in a most
ungentlieman-Uke hand, . haU print
and half hieroglyphic', with- all its
imperfections on its head, and cor
rect in the proof very much to the
dissatisfaction of the publisher, who
sends irne in a bill of sixteen pounds,
tsix shillings and four pence for e
tra corrections. Then I am free to
confess I don't know grammar. La
dy Blessington, do you know gram
mar? I detest grammar, . There
nejer was such a thing heard of be
fore Liiidley Murray. I wonder
what they did for grammar ;before
his day! ; Oh, the delicious blunders
one sees when they are irretrievable!
And the best of it is, the critics nev
er get hold of them. Thank Heaven
for second editions, that one may
scratch out his blots and go down
clear and gentleman-like to pos
terity!" Later in life he dropped this slap
dash style of romancing, and in the
delicious Caxton novels displayed an
entirely different style of writing.
He merited and received a good deal
of adverse criticism for the sham
sentiment! with which his earlier
works abounded. Among other crit
ics Thackerav basted him soundly.
The criticism of Jeames"Yeriowplush
on the "Sea Captain" covered that
turgid play with such ridicule that
it fell flatjand met with deserved ill
success. He improved and refined
his style greatly as lie grew older,
and sotnp of his later works are
models of elegance in writing. His
''Lady of Lyons" and "Richelieu'
despite many glaring faults of style,
are tine dramatic productions, and
will keep the stage. The collection
of classic ! poems called "The Lost
Liles of Miletus" abound withvleau
tifiil passages, and are faultless in
Polish and finish.
Negro Ruffianism in Washington.
"Five colored roughs, all familiar
characters! to the police "aiid detec
tive force,! appeared yesterday after
nonatthe front entrance to the
Jil, and demanded admittance to
the tell of Tom Wright, the rriurder
CJ of Rogerski. Having l eVn 6r'Jer
edaway by the guards, they "replied
with defiant oaths and threats, - one
ot the party drawing a razor and an
other a dirk knife. Thevwere rinal
Jy driven from the premises. Two
ol them were subsequently arrested,
atter a severe struggle, in which Ser
feant J ohnson'a righ t hand was badly
lnJured. The object' of the roughs
Wa the release of Wright1 :M
Theabqvc is a telegram to the
A ew York Tribnrw. Did anybody
ever know a niggeif; who ;did;noi cr-
r a razor j? As a weapon pf offence
ana defenpe it seems to To with this
ace a special favorites If any one
a8 Caretllllv nniiaA VAi
he Appeaf;- he 11' have,
th e frequen cy pf th'e
J "vu niv. lKJsn ft
Von of the fact,
inai f razors ; were
wn oy r
negroes in j their . yarious
melees there:; recorded.
? hether jtheir partiality for this' bar-
nessthc1, price. -of: the.;' common' J
Socles betns fifty centa-or -whptrtpr I
rlnS vryhjarbarbnaTveanon the
Sr-!v-tbichthey 8eem re-
St. 11 18 f n evdence of their ; rapid!',
return in v.k- ! r . -i
W trami?S and discipline of slav.ery
SaUy rescued thero, rit is difl".
fan,l 5? dicideAt any -rate ;their
fcn "e razor as a weapoh df de-
ience is remarkahlA WhA Kf
goes wou(d ever ; have thonght 9f
rtrrj irjg razors flia oAnfijUAoA wao;
"r se that white meii,otild
TtaV 1 iB.AX .
IriffhVE BarrelsV Good Eating
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THE BA2TE OP IIECKLEIJ'BTXEG,
4 S ,f.,; CHAEl4QTTE;:N4a
Jai TtnwfE Tatb;' President. '
V, H;fDwrr, Asst. Cashier.
fThis Bank CJiaiiered .TJnder Act of the
'A'" Grerieral' Assembly and duly organized
nnoer Laws of the Statel of North Carolina,
with ample means is prepared to transact
and furnish accornmodations to all its Cos
The bank, wdl receive Deposits subject to
Check, arid will Allow Interest, According
.gijiucin, uu an .ueposns leit on tmie.
ft lima foSMIhiXtTWWii. . . . '
ioou5 uuuiiuiicx ui leposit Dealing m
temi at the rat tfi tit t t -
Eight per cent per Annum
days! u'-i&x ,i& nts fzi X-iz-J .
a.Qold anjtilverCoin Bumpn and old
Bank Noteg Bought android. v , ? .
:;jart:.l 1873.;f:;V , : Cashier.
J U 6 T R E.C Ely E D
EXPRESS TIUS MOBKIKG
; ,;at---; - -
novSOJ . : .
f ARG& LOT 8HOULDER ARFS,NI L
Jj fcK)N-.TUS9 and-TJow i alii Colors" af
groatiy. reduced prices, jtst received at
novfc30; . , f . ; . . 4 liSQUKliY'S.
VTEW Lot WATERPROOF CLOTir jnst
xi receivea nne qtMrnty at low pnetw, at
nov 3UJ . ? . - . - MRS. OUERY'S;
4 LL Sizes and Colors of the best brands
Xx Kid Goves, at- i i . '? : r
noy-JJOt . - - MRS. QUERY'S.
TEW LOT CORSETS IIOOPSKIRTS &.
Jiustles, just received at
A: ML-fi&KrS. GO".:
No. 4, Granite Row, Opposite
C E .. Bifl?I? H tr ?t,e'x ,
CHARLOTTiR, N. C.
ManufactTjrerSi Wholesale and Retair dea1
ci s In Mahafactured Tobacco, Smok
ing .Tobacco, - and. Cigars .of all
grades. . Deiilera u the above eroixls will
do well to examine our stock before pur-
cnasiiig, eisqwnere as we, can oner
greater Ihdliceniehfs: "
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST ! 1 L
T O P L A N T E'Ti S .
WE Offer the - folMwing Fertilizers :
Pataico Guano, Chesaeake Guano
and.Watson fe Clarke's Super-Phosphate.
We luive pleasure in again tendering to
our Fanners the alio ve first-class Fertili
zers '. ' "rt
To those who have,uset them, so many
years we lieeil only fay that tbeyf are guar
anteed j;o b fully up to their previous
high standard. -
And to such as have not yet used then!
one trial will mnyince them that they are
superior to all others ; so jnake sure of a
supply and please hand in your orders
curly,- as the consumption exceeds the
For sale in anv quantit v, by
STENHOUSE, MACAU LAY & CO.
Cloyer; jeede uff
A Supply of Pennsylvania Red Top
Clover Seed, at -STENHOUSE,
MACAULAY & CO. -
THOSE persons, to whom , we have ex-r
' tended credit during the past year wilt
coftfer-afaf6r ujJbfr us bf calling a once
and settling their accounts, as this must be
our last appeal. REM EMBER IT !
. R: M. MIfcLER & SONS.
DA TS C ING ACADEMY.
PROFESSOR , Mil, AM.
AT Oatea' Hall, .Tuesday Thursday &
iSatufoyfafterrrMris, 'it four (4)
o'clock, for LA DIES,: MISSES and MAS
TERS. , - , . -J :,
? Class for TOUNG' GENTLEMEN Mon
day, Wednesday and Thursday evenings
at 7i o'clock. . 4
' TERMS per session of,l? Jessons, TEN
DOLIiARS h advance. I l-
! t SATISFACTION CrUARANTEED.
jan 14tf J' 7 , . ; '
j ni-ij i . 'u i?d
Tp Onr Friends and Acquaintances.
TTTJ3 the; Undersigned beg lea've to thank'
V V our : frierjds ( ahd acquaintances ' for
their liberaf patronage bestowed upon our
EmployerMrvBJ Shrier for the pastyear,
and most respectfully ask a continuance of
the same as we are stilb at, the Temple of
Fashicn. Respectfully, r
: ).- 1 J.: A:-YOTJNG Jh, - : !
-.it & w . rm m nm' , it
jan 9 -,l JA
; TO THE Lftoms. , :
f Dr., Hooper's Femaijc . Pius, a positive
cure for Suppression, or Irregularity, aris
ing from any cause whatever..? They are
perfectly harmless. - ,
i flgf" Every Ladylthotdd keep i a box of the
Pills on hand for use in case, of need. -
I Price, ?1.00 per. box. . bent securely scai
ed to any address on receipt 01 price.
.Direct all orders.' . s . , '
; - : - - HOOPER fcCO. v M
! P. O. Box 2453. 1.;. 'i Philadelphia, Pa.(
jan lG-ly ' ' ,
TROCHES of Lacto Phosphate, -Lime
WM. R. BURWELL & CO.
jan 9 1 ,
, CHARLOTTE. N. C. SATURDAY. JANUARY' 23,vI873 '
. ''- ' '. . - .i , .... .-t; , n : - ,
1 HA Factory filled SALT on hand
lvv and for sale by 1
- - STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
nor 27 ' ' , . . - .
L. Von Meyerlioff..
PROROSES to form, instruct, and con
A auct, in Charlotte, N. C, a Musical
society ; artd to give musical festivals
lfte income - from which, is to be applied
tp tne purcnasmg of Maps. Globes and
icientinc Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. ' Also, to furnish for the Institute
Orchestral Instruments and Mnsif anrh
as. are found in Seminaries of the largest
Cities . South and North. These Instru
ments, dfce., wall be placed in the hands of
tne. iTustees. for the use of, and to con
tinue to be the property of the Charlotte
xn. institute tor Young Ladies.
. Terms of admission, $5.00
. Instructions per month, 2.00
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to become
mempers 01 tne oociety ,wm please leave
their names at the book store of Messrs.
Tiddy S lira.
Vl The Change.
TTAYING notified our friends and cus-
J-A tomers gome time since, that our busi
ness would change January 1st, 1873, we
are pieasea to say tnat the change has
taken place, and it is to be strictlv CASH
or 30 DAYS CREDIT. Those who do not
pay promptly need not expect any favors,
If you are in arrears don't ask for credit.
save us the unpleasant duty of denying
To our many friends and patrons we re
turn thanks, and ask a continuance of
their favors believing that by a strict ap
plication 01 tne aoove rules, we will be
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
All bills are due and payable on the 1st
aay 01 eacn ana every month.
grier & Alexander.
jan 1, 1873, ly
STATEBViLLE, H. &
fTlHE Proprietor of the above named
-L Hotel respectfully invites the people of
nariocie ana tne puonc general lv to call
on him when they visit Statesville. He
will spare neither pains nor money to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE a first class
tiKJXihLj, ana worthy ol public, patronage,
T. A. PRICE,
nov 25-tf Proprietor.
Prescriptions prepared at all
of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected especially for Family and Inval
ids, at SCARR'S
june 29 Drugstore.
Just received a lot of select Soices for
Pickles, Preserves, &c, at F. SCARR'S
june Drug Store.
Fure Salad Oil.
Finest article in Market,
at F. SCARR'S
june 29 Drug Store.
TEN THOUSAND Paper Bags ! Straw
Wrapping Paper and Paper Twine, for
sale at PUREFOY'S.
Buckwheat ! !
Just Received and For
jul Sale by
B. M. PRESSON.
GHOICE Salad Oil, Finest article ever
offered in this Market, for sale at
dec 18 SCARR'S.
m WO Acres of land adjoining the City of
JL vnariotte.' very nnely situated in a
rapidlv improving neighborhood. Will
be sold entire, or in lots to suit purchasers.
at a very reasonable rate. . -Apply to
JOHN T. BUTLER,
pet 22 . Opposite Mansion House.
Murder, Fire & Bobbery.
A o J am "osmg many or , my
S I am osing many of
would xjl mers by crediting them I
take the liberty of asking all who owe me
to call and settle up by the Ist'of February
1873 or sooner. J. T. BUTLER.
dec 29 -
! F E E S H 0 Y.S TEES
E. "V" IE3 TT U iOD JL "i
E would like to supply the citizens in
any quantity from a pint to any.lar-
ger.quantity,- and will send them : to your
houses , and, 'save .you -the, trouble .01
sending for themr so that you. can have
them for breakfast, dinner or supper. I will
send them to you every day or- as often in
the week as you-may 'select, by leaving
your orders at - ' J; F. BUTT'S, t ;
octso-con tr , ; ; L jULartet.,
Factory Hands Wanted.
AM anxious ' to employ 'a number of
hands, .women and girls, especially,! to
work in a factory three miles from Colum
bia.. : Good. wages will, .he paid to eflSicient
operatives..' Persons wishing to secure
glood permanent occupation can do so by
eaving their names at the Central Hotel or
addressing me at Columbia. . . - . ?. '
jan 19-lw . ; . L. D.CHILDS.
- GARDEN SEEDS. 4 ' 4
JUST opened and for sale a complete as
sortment of Boist's"" Celebrated arderi
Seeds, consisting of every variety of Vege-
taoie oeeu8 grown in uiv ouutueru oi.
Jail 18- -T . 53UAi"W
GOOD FURNITURE !.
DAVIDSON ' S - FURNITURE ROOMS,
. t'-fitk in f:t"K t. .t -. ! nr. ;i iJ lux
Trade St.- Opposite Brem Brown & 006 Dry Goods Storb.
WHERE WILL BE FOUND
, m,mm 1 ," .-. ' m m mm mm 9
taiarfs.' Tables.' Bedsteads. .TJTmyiTrs. rtrpnuntr fin
la, Book Cases, Deskv: Hat: Ra; Etagere 'ma NotsCrab!les, '
, Safes, Tete-a-Tetes, Sotas Lounges, Mirrors, Glass'Plater&c.,i&e. ' :
! ' .' 1 ' ' .- ! ' . . . - S V . . . :
INE STOCK of Parlor Furniture, Dining Room Fxtrniture and Chamber Suite, all
varieties of style and finish. This House also, keeps a full stock of Spring
: -.:: : ; Beds and Mattresses," and a Large Assortment of-,--lu ,t.. -
And Caskets .of all sie? and: styles qfJnhy together with Mahca RoseWdod,
Walnut, Pdplar aiid Pine Goffi'risfroh the plainest and cheapest tto the
finest Octagon Cases arid Caskfets, withfuU glass tops, .trimmed in.
the most elaborate style, furnished eith, heavy Silver Meun-. , -tings.
Special attention given to furnishing Dwellings. Hotels
. and Colleges at a small advance on MANUFACTURERS' RATES. -CALL,
SEE AND PRIQE BEFORE BUYING. " : :: ' i: 1 "
January 21st, 1873. " ' - R0BT. F. DAVTDS01T. '
S I O N O F T H E BR A S S B O O T ,
NATIONAL . BANK BUILDING,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
H0LESALE & RETAIL
TRUNKS, LEATHER and
I NOW Invite the WHOLESALE and
sortment of BOOTS & SHOES, which have
MY Experience in business makes me
01 my goous will compare lavoralny wim
P. S. I AM NOW PREPARED TO OFFER
on LIBERAL TERMS and LOW PRICES,
August 21st, 1872 (5m
Lancaster Ledger copy six months.
J. S. PHILLIPS
WOULD Inform the public that he is
now receiving his FALL and WIN
TER STOCK of GOODS for MEN'S WEAR,
and invites all wishing anvthins in his
line to -
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Of all kinds and at prices which defy com
His Stock of GENTS FURNISHING
GOODS is large and unsurpassed for beaur
ty and quality.
HATS and CAPS of the latest stvle. for
MEN and BOYS.
HAVING secured the Services of a No";
1 cutter, I am prepared to give satisfaction
to all who favor me wi)h their patronage.-
invite an mspectiou of my goods and
J. "F. BRYCE,
General Commission Merchant,
.., CHARLOTTE, N. 9v . 1
Particular attention paid to selling all
kinds of Produce, Cotton and Tobacco. .
Highest cash price paid for Cotton.
-All orders from a distance promptlv'. at
tended to. : i J. Y. BRYCE'
dec 21 '72. , ,. ' jt -:
CHOICE Odd French Brandy for Medi
cinal purposes, at F. SCARR'S.
jan o " ' '
MERCHANTS Visiting . Charlotte, wHl
find Writing ' Paper 1 and Envelopes
very cheap, at PUREFOY'S.
jan 4 , -
Landreth8 Warranted Garden" Seed.
will .receive .in " a few ; days a Targe
if and complete assortment of these re
liable and popular Seed. ; ! . ; ."
' . ALSO -
Clover, Orchard Grass, Lucerne
Grass, Ac. , W. R. BURWELL. & CO. ,.
ian IT J.-i-..-'-' "1 '
Sacks Cotmtry Flour,
Grades, for sale at
RV M. MILLER & SONS.
: CHEAP FURiriTURE !
EVERYTHING KEPT IN A
HOUSE. : ;
DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS'
RETAIL Trade to my large and varied as
been selected with care.
confident that mv Drices and the bualitv
tnose.ol any other house in the City or -else
S. B. MEACHAM.
GOODS TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE
S. B. MEACHAM.
NOTjCE TO THE PUBLIC.
mKE Co-partnership which I expected
A. to form by January 1st 1873, will not
take place until the latter part of this
month and therefore I will continue the
sale of the entire
STOCK OF FANCY-
At the same reduced prices.
WILL also continue to keep up
CHARLOTTE , N. C
New Orleans Sugar : and Molasses.
K Hogsheads Bright New Orleans Sugar.
O 10 Barrels Choice " " Molasses,
A,tso 2 Hogsheads Demerara Sugar, ! ;
2 - -Molassesin
store and for sale at prices to suit the times
by STEJN HOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
Eresh Mince Meat, and Bologna Sausage.
B. N. SMITH.
octlC ' . : 4i
T)URTON'S TETTER OINTMENT, cures
-U all cutaneous diseases. Vrepared by r
, BURWELL & CO, '
nov 15 " Springs' Corner. .
piARBOLIC Troches, Sciedam Schnapps.
J - ml ,v :BURWELL&CO.-
l Co an try Cared Cacon. ?
JUST Received a fine lot df County Cared
Midlings; j The very . thing . you -have
enquired for so much. t Call now and get
what vou want. ' . ' ' .at
OYSTERS EVERY PAY. DonH forget
that we send them to you. 1 ' s jj. ?
BOLOGNA SAUSAGE. Recollect Iwe
send them to yom -. i -
FRESH ..PORK SAUSAGE. We will
send them to you. ,
; 5 4 J.F.BUTT.;:,
nov 23 -f 1 ' ' ' ".Market.-
, CHOICE CHEESE,
mOOK the highest premium- at ? the f;Fair1
X 01 the l&rolmas, at Charlotte,' w. '
October, 25th. 1872; made by P. J. Kimber
ly. Buncombe, codnty,- N. C, for sale by
....... ii .-A. R. NISBET& BRO.
A New assortment of Kerosene Lamps.
A' just in, at t, . SCARRY;
jan-3 ' ;- ' J- . V ,r
SAGE. Fine New Sage, just received at
PURE POWDERED BLACK PEPPER,
Free from Adulteration, at 1 i
dee 18 SCARR'S.
" f;! i- j ' - ' .1,,
One 8quare one time 00
( I two days.,1Hl.,.i); 1 50
three days 2 00
-four oays.............. Jo
4J fiveayslL.: S 00
two weeks.:.U-.. 5 00
three treeky.,.;w,..w 660
' J3 Contract Advertisements taken at
proportionately low rates, as 4.u:
Five Squares estimated at a qxxarter-eol-nmn,
and ten, squares as a half-column. ;
. i ri
J. T- BUteR'S it
Watclics, Clocts, Jewcl-
; ry, Diamcmds, Silver";
and Plated Ware,
OPPOSITE THE MANSION HOUSE
A. E. Nisbet & Brother
HAVING- completed an improvement in '
their Commodious Store Room on
Trade Street, one door west of Smith A
Hammond's Drug Store, Charlotte, N. C,
are now receiving a well electtd stock of
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci-
gars, &c., which has been bought by one
of the firm, at a time when the market was ,
most favorable. They therefore fel satis
fied that they can sell all goods in their
line as low as any firm in Charlotte, for
cash or to punctual customers.
They invite Merchants to give them a
call, (as they had a special eye to their
wholesale trade,) "and feel warranted in"
saying that they can sell o as to make it a "
saving to them in their purchases.
They return their thanks to their friends
and the generous public for nast favors, and
solicit a continuance of the same.
A. R. NISBET & BRO. .
SCHOOL BOOKS I
SCHOOL BOOKS I
SCHOOL BOOKS I
b . m; press on
Trade Street, next dooT to the Post Office,'
Sign of the Elephant.
A Fresh Lot of Sausage, Mince Meat,
Pork, Butter, Chickens, Eggs, tc:, Ac.
jah FLOUR a specialty.
Produce sold on commission. ; ' ;
jan a-ly, , -: ,
BUCKWHEAT CAKES all srookinghotj.:
covered jjyex with, jcllo w. jrich, good
Goshen Butter. What is more palatable
for Breakfast f Well .we have i ost received
an elegant Lot of the material to make
them,; and we -will sell the receipt for m)l
small price. ... . - . . i v , :
'.; ' : ALSO, -.. ;
Just receired. Irish Potatoes! Cabbacre.
Chesnuts, &c.r at .
' JOHN F. BUTTS, " ,
dec 31 - - " - Market. - '
Cigars, Smoking & Chewing 7
.. . Tobacco. .
i C A : A A A CIGARS of various and choice 1
UUiUUU brands. Oiewine and Smokinir J
Tobacco in quantity, and of various brands-
land, 'difierent quantities. Wholesale? and
retail by 5 ; A.R.N.& BRO. ,
sept 19 1 . ... ;
ITT AIR, Brushes, Tooth
LLX .Brushes. " - ;
v Wm R. BURWELL A CO:
dec 21 I ; - Springs' Corner.
t KEROSENE LAMPS, '
"i -. BURWELL & CO.
dec 21 , 5 , it
""ELSONS Geletine, afresh supply,' jasLg
f I : janr3
li v kiSV
Choice lot of Smoked Sugar Cured
jan 21 R. MMILLER & SONS.
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