The Charlotte Observer!
jones & Mclaughlin. , '
Office, Bryce's . Building, Trade Street.
fJBATES OF ETCBSCRIFTIOH.
Daily, One year in advance, .......$Q 00
Six months, in advance,..- 3 00
Three Months, in advance,'...........;,.. 1 50
One month, in advance, 60
Tri-Weekly, one year $3.50
vwirlv. oDe year 2.00
t sedthat all these tilings come to
The things we glory in, me
Annihilation's shadow still doth lend
'Its cloom to every pleasant thing and dear.
Kach heavy burden under which we bend
Will some day from our weaned shoulders
move ; .
fnaihirr olnne there is wmCn.
VUV.too . j
ena ; . " - .i
There is nont MYC
end to kisses and to sighs, - ; i
There is an end to laughter and to tears ;
An end to fair things that delight our eyes,
An end to pleasant sounds that charm pur
T ears; '
An nd to enmity's foul libelling, ' '
And to the gracious praise of tender mend;
There is end to all but one sweet thing--To
Love there is no end.
That warrior carved an empire with '.his
The! empire now is but like him a name ;
Tlit statesman spoke, and. by a burning
:v word - - '
Kiiulled a nation's heart into a flame : ,
Nov nought is left but ashes, and we bring
Our homage to new men, to them Ave bend
There is an end to all but one sweet thing
I To Love there is no end. .
All peauty fades away, or else, alas ! "
Meii's eyes grow dim, and they no beauty
Theglorious siiows of Nature pass and pass,
Quickly they come, as quickly do they flee,
And he who hears the voice of welcoming
Hears next the slow,, sad farewell of ; his
There is an end to all but one sweet thing
To Love there is no end. -
And for ourselves our father, where is he?
Gone, and a memory alone remains;
The e is no refuge on a mother's knee
For us, grown old and sad with 1 cares aud
pains ; ? -
Brotherlcss, swterless, our .way. we wend :
To Death's dark house from which we
shall not rove . .
Anq so we cease yet one thing hath no
There is no end to Love.- :
. All Tk& Year Round.
The French census enumerates
Sl,5i6 riioro Rjiirried men than wb
ineii. How is this? , Do that num
ber of French wived keep duplicate
luisbancLi? or are the inon widow
Among the saddest episodes in
late storm in Minnesota, aocoru-
o the Western paper, was the
freewnc of the hands, noe.foreheml,
rverything except the cheek, of a
.life tvssuiiince agent.
r Lbrd St. Leonard, the oM.it
inenber of Queen, Victoria's Privy
i 'oitncil, has counted ninty-one
years ox 'Uies piigrimnge. liis
vounireat Kcolleainie is His Roval
O ' .. . CJr ti
'Highness j Prince Arthur, Aged
Mr. Reval, a tax collector in La
Roclielle", Franco, wes recently mur
dered in,his owh bed, three savage
wo ?m as navinir neen innictea on
luiri with a -hatchet, In the ante-
rooim was found the dead body of
his housekeeper, and, in the court
yard, her sister, iinseriaihle from
iniilar wound? Ten or twelve
thousand-, francs wens stolen, and
the) assassins arc entirely unknown.
W.IX8TOS SALiat. The Western
I . !. 1
aeminei nas a lcnginy euuoriai on
the material progress of these sister
towns, from whicji. we glean thefol
losing interesting items: The two
towns, divided simply by a street,
contain a population of 2,000. They
are situated in the centre of the fh.
esc tobacco, truit ana grain growing
jsection oi t ne Dtate. s: luwroaa con
nection with Greensboro, has 'given
wdndeiflil impe.u to trade, though
th i road is not yet open tor travel
Tvro years ago there was but one to
baL'co factory in this place ; this sea
son therC.will besix. ; une year ago
llife first tobacco, warehouse was
orjened, and in a short time n build-
lnr 40 by 140 tcet had to ue aauea.-
This season there will be three large
; Avhrehouses in operation-two already
: open, the third to be ready, in a few
weeks. .The towns, or town more
correctly, t has thirteen large dry
gods stores; . six fiunily groceries
wutli two additional ones going up;
I0ur drug stores, four millinery and
confectionery stores; with three, as
dood hotels as are in the Siate : six
cjr seven wagon arid coach -making
establishments, a shoe manufactory,
two large steam sawrinills, a sash and
blind factory, four tin-ware establish-
. ments j.jj ries factory tor . the mam
lacture Of wnolen rrnrla nnrl tnt.tnn
j-arns; that usea up annually 125,000
. pounds of cottoiv arid 100.000 oounds
" ot Wooliind which turns out 155.000
taras oi excellent cloth, . besides
' large amount of cotton yarns and
warns, employing 100 hands, and
sends out thousands of dollars- an-
. 1 mm a l- -' lL .1 . a. , - 1 1
nuaiiy tnrougn , niav pari oi ine
country for wool, labor, ; &c. In the
' two towns are two Moravian church
es. one for the whites, the other for
the colored ; two Methodist and one
Presbyterian, and a baptist Anurcn
. is nromised durinar the coming year ;
besides the celebrated and popular
Female Academy are a num uer o
day schools. The rress reserves
anorp. dptailed account of the manu-
jactunng cstaDiisnmeni-s. : t
The Princes of Wales sets the fash-
Ion of great simplicity in her, boys'
jtoilettes. Her fair, pretty little
' princes are always costumed with the
1 neatness and quietness which are in
pepareble from elegance arid tasts. A
bright-colored bow at their neck is
the nearest approach to ornarnent
their dresses, ever add to their simple
toilettes for any public appearance.
- .' '
I Marian Harland's cook-book 13
isaid to be a greater success than' her
F. xi: S H E L 70 II
HAVING greatly increased hVStock of
FURNITURE which consists - in
Parlor Suits, Clack, Walnut
-Painted Chamber Suits, r
, French and Cottage , ,
'J . Bedsteads Spring
Ceds, Cureaus, - - - C
i,: Waslistands. '
. Teapoys; Foldingr
Tables, Ladies Work
Tables, Extension and
Centre Tables; Wliatnots afes,
Excelsior and Cotton ' Mattresses. Chairs
and StooH of -various styles and many
other things not necessary to mention
.- The Undertakers, Department is complete
from" the cheapest Poplar Coffin to the
Finest Hexigan Head, and Foot Walnut
Casket Half Glass Top, 'finished and trim
med in the most approved stvlcwill be keDt
constantly ready for use, all of which will
be sola at a inost 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 give
me 'a call before purchasing elsewhere. ;
South Trade Street opposite the Market
House,diarIotte, N. C '
jan 1st 1873-ly . F. M. SH ELTON.
Special Notice to the Public.
A S a great many . changes have taken
xx place this year, ? I rcsicctfullv besr to.
inform the citizens of Charlotte and:., the
publiciu general that no change has taken
place at my establishment.. ;1 am still at
my old stand, No. 24 Tryon Street, David
I'arks' ' buildins. ; with a lame and well
selected stock of the finest and latest styles
f custtu n -made . clotl ii ng lor Men, Youths
and Boys swear, also '.on handa tine stock
of Gents Furnishing JGoods, ; ; Shirts, of
BalUm s make, the best fitting shirt in the
world, ' The , verv . latest stvlcs of Hats;
Scarfs, Bows and Ties, Uiubrejlas, &c., &c.,
and I will still sell them at prices to defy
competition. . . -
I expect to leave for New York City in a
short time to lay in.iuy. sttKk of .Clothing
and Iiece Goods, for my Tailoring Estab
lishment and will also bring with me an
experienced Cutter and Tailor, and will be
ready by Spring to cut and make to. order
at my own establishmen s Md janderi'niTr
own sniervision and at lower' prices than
the same quality ot goods can be made up
in this or any oilier city, this side of Balti
more. - ' ,
Being thankful to the citizens of Char
lotte and the public in general for the
Iil)erai patronage heretotore oestowea upon
uic, 1 most-respect tuny asK a continuance
of the same. , Ilespectmlly, : '
jan 9 K. SHKIER.
Home and Democrat copy, i
Sa-ks. Country Flour, different
AjfJj tirades, tor sale at '
jan 21 II. M. MILLER & SONS.
TO THE ;LADisT
SOME IsTEW STYLE
3E A F S 3
JU6 r RECEIVED
EXPU ESS Til IS M OUNING
Qtl E R- Y ' S .
T ABGE WT SHO ULDKR SCARFS.NI L-
Jj SON TIES - and Bows, all Colors at
greatly reduced prices, just received at .
, nov 30 ; V'- MBS. QUERY'S t
i. M. LEAK & CO.
' .No. 4, Granite KoW, Opposite
C E JTB A L HO TEL,
' - CHARLOTTE N. C.
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail dea!-
eis jn Manufactured lbacco, femoK
; , ing Tobacco, and Cigars of all j
; grades. ''. Dealers jn the above goods will
do well to examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere as we , can offer
f rcater " hiducemenfs. ' ' .
.THE BEST IS THE" CHEAPEST ! ! !
TOP t A N T E-X$ . .
1ITE "Offer the following
Patansco Guano. Cliesapeake Guano
and Watson & Ciarke'a Super-Phosphate.
- We have pleasure in again": tendering to
our Farmers the above first-class Fertili
zers. . - i- "-' : : .
Td those who haye used tliem sa many
years we need only say that they are guar
anteed to be fully up to their previous
high standard. . '
And to such as have not 'yet used. them
one trial will convince them that they are
superior to all others ; so make sure" of a
supply and please hand in your orders
early, as Hhe 'consumption exceeds the
nianutactunng power. - . ; .
For sale in any quantity, by
: STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
jan io -. 1 : -
AIIKOLD'S WEITIUQ FLUID.
' Annold's Copying Ink.
Carter's Combined Writing and Copying
!.! :- Ink. Hoores' Toilet -Ink. .
i ' ' , ,
tTronMi Convine Ink. . David's Brilliant
" Carmine Ink. At
jan 29 r
Jtlst . Eeceived. - . ;
perbasheu - f
CHARLOTTE, N. CM THUBSDAY. FEBRUARY 6,
inn Sack Factory filled SALT on hand
IUU and for sale by . . . - -
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO. .
nov 27 -
The Change. v ;
HAVING notified our friends and cus
tomers some time since, that our busi
ness would change January 1st. 1873. we
are' pleased to say that the change hna
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 arrearsdon't ask for credit.
save us the unpleasant duty of denying
you. . . , .
To our many friends and patrons we re
turn thanks, and ask a continuance of
their favors believing that by a strict ajv
plication of the above , rules, we will be'
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
AU bills are due and payable on the 1st
day of each and very month; - '
GitlEU" oi "A LEX AND ER.
5TATESVILLE, H. C.
THE Proprietor of the.; Above named
-Hotel respectfully inyites the people of
Charlotte and the pitblic generally to;all
on him when they visit Statesville. v He
will spare neither pains nor -money:, to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE o -first dots
HliLl4, and worthy ot public patronage.
t T. A. PltlUE, ;
noy 25-tf Proprietor.;;
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Prescriptions prepared at all ; hours
; of the Pay and "night.
Choice Green and Black Too,
Selected especially for Family and Inval
ids, at SCAIIK'S
june 29 Drug Store.
Just received a lot of select Snices . for
TicklcsTPreSeTves, cM at F. SCARR'S
June 2J . Drug Store.
Pure Salad Oil.
, Finest article in Market,
at F. SCARR'S
j'une 29 , - Drug Store.
CHOICE Salad Oil, Finest article ever
offered in this Market, for sale at
dec'18 " . SCARR'S.
rnWO Acres of land adjoining the City of
jl - cnariottc. very nnely situated in a
rapidly improving neighborliood. f Will
be sold entire, or in lots to suit purchasers,
at a very reasonable rate. Apply to
JOHN T. BUTLER,
oct 22 -, ; -Opposite Mansion House. '
Murder, Fire & Bohberyv "
A S I am 'osing many of my custo
J. mers by crediting them I would
take the liberty of asking all who owe me
to call and settle up by the lst'of February
1873 or sooner. J. T. BVTUSU.
dec 29 " ', '
FOR - SALE.'
1" T-ot. of Ann HORSES and MULES.
A in splendid order. At DAVIDSON'S
LIVERY STABLES." Horses and Mules
for sale are kept on hand constantly.
nov 16-tf -;
j- . - . -
T?IFTEEN Hundred Bushels Mountain
JL Seed Oats, for sale by
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
TJOMINY and Grits, fresh and good.
XX Goods sent to all parts of the City,
. t - - ' SYMONS&CO,
jan21-tf ', Near the Charlotte Hotel.
A L DIN E.
WE are theregular Agents for
THE , j&JLilDIlsrE!.
j i; -.'t "' cA. r;'- ; -"'
CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN COPIES.
. THE PREMIUM CHR0M0S.
J Terms, $5.00 Per Annum. . ,
' ' TIDDY & BROTHER, Agents.
jan 21 1
Home and Democrat copy.
To Our Friends and Acquaintances.
TT7E the Undersigned bes leave to thank
IT our friends and acquaintances . for
their liberal patronage bestowed upon our
Emnlover. Mr. E. Shrier for the past year.
and most respectfully ask a continuance of
the same as we are still ' at the Temple of
FashicTi. Respectfully, .
: . J. A. YOUNG, Jr.,
N E W F U R
GOOD .FDRIIITDIIE !
.. '.' . -AEEIVIKGiDAILY AT ': ' ,'
DAVIDSON ' S FURNITURE k ROOMS,
: Trade St, Opposite Brem, Brown & Co's Dry Goods Store
, " '3VHEBE WILL BE FOUND EVEEY1BISG KErT IN A .-
P IE S T
I Zf " 3""V.V "'"I .""""l, " - "i.
uiutwttius, uuk wuwr .iraws, , jiai
Cribs, Safes, Tete-a-Tets, Sofas, Lounges, Mirrors, Glass Plate, &c., &c.
FlNE-STOCK of Parlor' Furniture, Dining
i Ytuieuta styie ana nnisn. xms iiouse aiso Keeps a iuh stocK ot Spring
Beds and Mattresses, and a Large Assortment of f ; -
metallicTburial cases ;
And Caskets of all sizes and styles of finish, together with Mahogany, Rosewood,
Walnut, Poplar and Pine Cofnns, from, the plainest and cheapest to the . '
finest Octagon Cases and Caskets, with full glass tops, trimmed. in . ;.r
the most elaborate style, furnished with heavy Silver Moun-
. j tings. Special attention given to furnishing Dwellings. .Hotels '
"and Colleges at. a smill advance on MANUFACTURERS RATES."
, , , CALL, SEE AND PRICE BEFORE BUYING. ;
; January 21st, 1S73, B0BT. F. DAVIDSON.
A WML vftM
MBAOHAM'S SHOE STOBB
S I G N O F T II E C K A S S BOOT,
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, J
; - - CHARLOTTE, Hi C. ,
HOLESALE & RETAIL
TRUNKS, LEATHER and
I NOW Invite the WHOLESALE and
sortment of BOOTS & eHOfc.. which have
MY Experience in business makes me
oi my goods will compare lavoranly with those-ot any other house in; the Uity or else
where, . V
' . S. B. MEACHAM.
P.S. I AM NOW PREPARED TO OFFER
on LIBERAL TERMS and LOW PRICES,
August 21st, 1872 6m
Lancaster Ledger copy six months.
RS. A: W. MILLER is prepared to ac
JJX commodate Boarders with room and
meals or" with meals only, as the Boarder
may desire. 'The building, Gray's, on the
corner of Trade : and Church streets, is a
new one ; the rooms are cleanly, comfort
ably neatly furnished, and well amended.
The table is as good, as the market will
afford. -.; ..
Terms most liberal, to suit clerks wTho
are working for moderate salaries.
jan 1-tf - '
T7"E have this day sold bur entire stock
T T of Groceries, Liquors, Ac-, .to Messrs.
W. H II. HOUSTON & CO., and in retir
ing from business respectJully ask a con
tinuance of flie liberal patronage bestowed
upon us to our successors. ' -
GREGORY fe WILLIAMSON,
, W. J. BLACK & CO. ,
jan 1, 1873.
fi& Having purchased W. J. Black &
Co's and Gregroy & Williamson's entire
stock of Goods, we have opened at Gregory
fc Williamson's old stand, next door to
McMurray, Davis, fc Co's, at which place
we will constantly keep a complete Stock
of - . . .
" GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C, ; -
And would respectfully ask'a call from
the public. -. - ,
. W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO.
P. S.W. J. ORR and T. D. WALSH,
formerly with Gregory .& Williamson, and
McD. ARLEDGE, formerly with W. J,
Black & Co.t are with us and will be pleas
ed to see their friend and customers. -
W. H. H. HOUSTON & CO. ;
jan 7 ' '-
General 'Commission Merchant,
CHARLOTTE, N. C. . , ''
Particular attention paid to selling alt
kinds of Produce, Cotton and Tobacco.. r
. Highest cash price paid for Cotton..
. All orders from a distance promptly at
tended to. - J. Y. BRYCE,
, dec 21 '72. , - -
CHOICE Odd French Brandy for Medi
cinal purposes, at F. SCARR'S.
jan 3 : -
Writing Paper, ' '
MERCHANTS visiting Charlotte, will
find Writing Paper and Envelopes
very cheap, at ' ,PUREFOY'S.
jan 4 E ' , : " - - v
Landreth Warraxited Gaxdea Seed.
TITE will receive in a few -days, a large
i f and complete assortment of these re
liable and popular Seed. ' . , '
. ; ALSO-- '
Clover, Orchard Grass, Lucerne Lawn
Grass, &c. W. R. BUKWELL & CO.
jan 17 . . ;. .
N I T UE E .
CHEiiP FORIIITDIin ! !
- ' VUlUtlUt V1UX1I1, UU, 1) dlUlUUOi
liatM, liiflgera, vnai jnois, Lxaaies, '
A ' . ' ,
Room Furniture and Chamber Suits, all
DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
RETAIL Trade to my, large and varied as
been selected with care.
confident that my prices and the quality
GOODS TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE
- S. B. MEACHAM.
, " - .
New Orleans Sugar land Molasses.
t Hogsheads Bright New Orleans Sugar,
O 10 Barrels Choice V J, , " Molasses,
Also 2 Hogsheads Demerara Sugar,
2 " -t Molasses in
store and for sale at prices to suit the times
by STENHOUSE, "UAUAV LAY & UU.
dec 17 '? .
T W. WADSWORTH t has at his Livery
0 , and Sale Stable, opposite the City
Clockf HORSES and MULES lor sale and
kept constanly on hano.
NOTICE. ' .
' ' - . i .'v- -v. ;
rUHOSE persons to whom we have ex
A tended credit during the past year will
confer a fayor upon by (calling at once
and settling their accounts, as this must be
our last appeal. KMUHiu it i
- . R. M. MILLER & SONS,
;j ,. GARDEN SEEDS.
JUST opened and for sale -a' complete as
sortment of Buist's Celebrated Garden
Seeds, consisting of every variety of Vege
table Seeds grown in tiie tooutnern raies
jaul8 ; F.SCARR.
TURE POWDERED. BLACK PEPPER,
X Free irora Adulteration, ai
dec 18 . - - SCARR'S.
i :. Clover Seed. ; ,
A . Supply - of Pennsylvania' Red Top
ii. CloverSeed, at - . -
: STENHOUSE, MACAULAY fc CO.
jan 9 . - -) - -
. , JUST KECEIYED - AT ;
S C A R R ' Si) R U G S T 6 R E,f
s TAPIOCA, , ; . : -
'SAGO, ;v. :;; 1
POWD BUK PEPPER, .,,
, FRESH SAGE. jj
jan 31 '
1 11 t - ":
MORE of that elegant Sour Kraut; come
running or it willaU be gone before
you get any. v.,- ..y" ' ' , . . , t
Also another1, lot of Good Cliesnnts. riot
many worms.- ; ' J. F.'BUTT.""S
' ' '
Ope Square one Urae , ab
two i i
three days M. 2 C
four days........ 2 ,r".
five days....... 3 ( j
one week......... 3 0
two weeks,..;..;..,. 5 CO
tkree weeks.....:,.........,... 6
0B8 montli. . 8 CO
Coatract Advertisements taken at
proportionately low rates.
Five Squares estimated at ft quarter-eojV
umn, and tew qass as a half-column. -
Watches, " Clocfcf, Jewel-
ryr- Diamcdds, Silver
and Plated .Ware,
. Spectacles, &a
LI USIC BOXES
AND MANY '
J. T. BUTLER'S
OPPOSITE THE MANSION HOUSE.
. October 22 - ' '
: A. E. Kfshet & Brother
HAVING completed.an improYement in
their Commodious Store Room on
Trade Street, one door, west of Smith, &
Hammond's Drug Store, Charlotte,. N, (X,
are now receiving a .well selected stoekof
Groceries, Musical Instrument,. Toysr C5-
gars, &c., which has been bougie by one "
of the firm, at a time when themarr&et was
most favorable. ; They therefore &ri. satis
fied that they can sell all goods iu tKteii
hne as low as any firm m;Charlotte for .
cash or to punctual customersv i
They invite Merchants to give them a.
call, (as they had a special eye- to their
wholesale trade,) and feel warranted in
sayingthat they can sell so as to make it
saving to them in their,, purchases.
They return their thanks to their friend
and the generous public for past favors, and
solicit a continuance of the same.
- ' A. R. NISBET & BRO.
M . P
R ESS OK
Trade Street, next door to the Post lice,
Sign of the Elephant,
A Fresh Lot of Sausage, Mince Meat,
Pork, Butter, Chickens, Eggr ic. Jcc.
FLOUR a specialty. .
JHS3" Produce sold bn commission,
jan 3ly ) -v-r" - :
BUCKWHEAT CAKES all smoking hot,
covered over with yellow, rich good
Goshen Butter. What is more iwlatablo
for Breakfast ? - Well we have just received
an elegant Lot of the material to make
them, and we will sell the receipt for a .
small .price. . s-
Just received, Irish Potatoes, Cabbage,
Chcsnuts. &c., at ' '
J0I1N F. BUTTS,
dec 31 . Market.
Cigars, Smoking & Chewing .
rn AAA CIGARS of tarious and choice
OUUUy brands, Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco in quantity, and of various brands '
and different quantities. Wholesale and ,
retail by A. B.K. & .BRO
sept ID ' -
Brashes, Tooth Brushes, Kail :
. Wm. R. BURWELL & CO,
dec 21 Springs Corner.
KEROSENE LAMPS, ' 1
dee21 , ,
"VTELSOKS Geletine, a fresh supply, just
IN received, at .SCARR'S. ,
jan 3 ; .
- Just Eeceived.
V Choice lot of Smoked Sugar Cured .
J. Shoulders, at
jarr21 . R, M. MILLER & SPSS.
r CHOICE CHEESE,
TOOK the highest premium at the Fair
of the Carolinas, at Charlotte, N. C,
October, 25th. 1872, made by P. J. Kimbcr
ly. Buncombe, county, N. C, for sale by.
A. R, NISBET & BRO.
' ; nov 5
A ' New assoi t ment of Kerosene Lam ps,
A just in, at - .SCARR'S.,;
. jan 3 . .'
SAGE. - Fine New Sage, just received at
deSl8l ' : SCARR'S.