North Carolina Newspapers

    The Charlotte Observer.
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PT7BI-ISEED dt
jones a Mclaughlin.
Office, Bryce's . Building, Trade Street.
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The Observes will toe delivered in any
par of the City at Fifteen Cents per week.
POBTKY.
MEASURING THEBABY.
We measured the riotous "baby
Against the cottage wall
A lily grew up at the threshold,
And the baby was just as tall
' A royal-tiger lily,
With spots of purple and gold,
And heart like a jeweled chalice
The fragrant dew to hold.
Without, the blue-bird whistled f-'
High up in the old rbof-trees,
And toand fro at the window .
The rose rocked her bees;
' And the wee pink fists of the baby
Were never a moment still,
Snatching at shine and shadow.
That danced on the lattice-sill.
. Ills eyes were as wide as blue bells
His mouth like a flower unblown
Two little bare feet -like funny white
mice
Peeped out from his snowy gown ;
And we thought, with a thrill of rapture
That yet had a touch of pain,
When June rolls round with her roses,
We'll measure the boy again.
Ah me ! In a darkened chamber,
With the sunshine shut away,
Through tears that fell like bitter rain,
We measured the boy to-day,
And the little bare feetthatwere dimpled
And sweet as a budding rose,
Lay side by side together,
In the "hush of long repose.
Upon the dainty pillow,
White as the risen dawn,
The fair little face lay smiling,
With the light of Heaven thereon
And the dear little hands like rose leaves
Dropped from a rose lay still,
Never to snatch at the sunshine
That crept to the shrouded sill.
We measured the sleeping baby,
With ribbons white as snow,
For the shiniug rosewood casket
That waited bim below;
And out of the darkened chamber
We went with a childless moan
To the light of the sinless angels
, Our little one ha4 flown.
The Speak of War Toward the Sun
rise. Those of our readers, says the
Springfield Republican, who were
impressively flogged over their geo
graphies in their school-days, mav
possibly call to mind the existence of
a red, green or blue blotch, as the
case may have been, on the map of
Asia, labeled Independent Tartary.
Why anybody should not be "inde
pendent" away off there might be a
pertiment question, which events
are now answering. That indepen
dent country lies high and neutral
between the Russian civilization on
the west and north, the Anglo-Indian
on the south and the Chinese on the
east.
Its independence is no longer re
spected, but is being enroachedupon
ly the Czar. A few weeks ago the
intelligence of hia "surveying ex
peditions" reached western Europe,
and
attracted universal attention.
winch was allaved bv ronorts frnni
St. Petersburg of the "withdrawal"
of the enterprise. Now, however,
the tidings of a new raid into Khiva
or Kheeva are received, and the
British ambassador to Russia hai
notified Orortschakoffthat if Russian
troops penetrate Khiva and Afghani
scan, England will maintain Afghan
muepeiiuence
Tr i
Jvniva is a square province from
ow to UO miles on each side, bound
ed on the west by the Caspian sea, on
u'v u1luv. lUB sea Ol An arirt
stretching away on the south toward
maia. ihe river Amoo ; flowine
ui hi w am into ine sea ot Aral is ita
cniei stream. , The country is large
ly desert, inhabited by an orient
yjic, ityii-- in cameis, goats and
Bteeas.uina skilled in the manufac
ture oi-siiks, cashmeres and cotton
The city of Khiva, has several thou
sana 01 innabitants, housed in sub
stantiai Homes of clay, protected by
a wail, and who are m general dis
posed to be humane, self-asserthre
and real, however mythical they may
seem to us, far.distant and careless
of thm. The country lies directly
mine pain toward India. ; Its com
mumcation with the world is through
liussian traders. theYankees of East-
eri Europe, who are exploringr al
Asiand carrying with them the
arts, and when possible, the arms o
Russia.
lhre is thus a chance of war. The
spectacle of England and Russia
ngnting over a sand bank thousands
oi miles from the capital of either
naj;ioa would not be edifying, but of
course it is the circumferences of
natjons that touch each other, the
cogs upon their perimeters that
clash, not their axles.
iDii:s'..ris.-The new holiday
vice are maae ok velvet, either black,
green blue or plum color, and lined
with bright or pale tinted silks. Thesa
areA very, elegant.;. Bows made to
r.u?eiiearenow also in the
,i Cravoflight colored crapes are
lined with satin of a contrwting co-
10r as maizft rrano :v o-i
green with flesh color and go-on.
Wide black velvet ribbons attach-
thp ?wedai?u0n are wom around
timK The ribbons are some
i imes embroidered witb m n
thSdif 8ilver' and sometimes
tnreaded with npori.
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BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
BUCK WHEAT.
buck i Wheat flour;
JfT1' now call and buy and
BdttStS2.fBK ?S our elegant Ohen
fmokLg hot Tt Cak6S When theV "
Co.
JOHN F BUTT'S.
dec 0
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Prospectus for 1873.Sixtli Year.
T HE A L D INE,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
uumutea m oe me Jianasomest Periodi
cal in the World. A Representative
and Champion of American Taste.
NOT FOR SALE IN BOOK STORES.
THE ALDINE, which is issued with all
the regularity, has none of the temporary
or timely interest characteristic of ordinary
periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany of
pure, light, and graceful literature ; and a
caiiecuon 01 pictures, the rarest specimens
of artistic skill in black and wliite. Al
though each succeeding number affords a
fresh pleasure to its friends, the real value
and beauty of THE ALDINE will be
most appreciated after it has been bound
tip at the close of the j'ear.
While other publications may claim supe
rior cheapness, as compared with 1 rivals of
a similar class, THE ALDINE is a unique
and original conception alone and unap
proached absolutely without competition
alone and unapproached absolutely
without competition in price or character.
The possessor of a complete volume can
not duplicate the quantity of fine paper and
engravings in any other shape or number
of volumes for ten times its cost r and then,
there are the chromos, besides!
ART DEPARTMENT.
Nolwitlistanding the increase in the
price ot subscription last Fall, when THE
ALDINE assumed its proportions and rep
resentative charcter, the edition more than
doubled during the past year ; proving that
the American public appreciate, and will
support, a sincere effort in the cause of Art.
The publishers, anxious to justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
exerted themselves to the utmost to devel
ope and improve the work ; and the plans
for the coming year, as unfolded by the
monthly issues, will astonish and delight
even the. most sanguine friends of THE
ALDINE.
The publishers are authorized to an
nounce designs from many of the most
eminent artists of America.
in addition, THE ALDINE will repro-
duee examples of the best foreign masters,
selected with a view to the highest artistic
success, and greatest general interest
avoiding such as have become familiar,
through photographs, or copies of any
kind.
The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, will
reproduce four of John S. Davis' inimita
ble child-sketches, appropriate to the four
seasons. . These plates,- appearing in the
issues for January, April, July and Octo
ber, would be alone worth the price of a
year's subscription.
1 ne-popular 'features of a copiously illus
trated "Christmas" number will be con
tinued. JLo possess such a valuable enitome of
t the art -world, at a cost so trifling, will
command the subscriptions of thousands
in every, section of the country but,
as the usefulness ; and attraction, of
THE ALDINE ' can be enhanced,
in proportion to the numerical increase of
its suporters, the publishers propose to
make "assurance double sure," by the fol
lowing unparalleled offer of -
t PREMIUM CHROMOS FOR 1873.
j ;'U-;.;;,:'V:';i? p--' '".'
Every subscribe to THE ALDINE, who
pays in advance for the year 1873, will re1
ceive, without additional charge, a pahr of
beautiful ,piI chromosrr after i J. Hill, the
eminent TEnglish painter.; s,The pictures,
entitled "The (Village Belle,'' andr,'Cross
ing the Moor,; are 14x20 inches--are, prin
ted from 25 different, plates, requiring 25
impressions arid tints to perfect each pic
ture. The same .ehromo3 are sold for $30
per pair, in the art Stores- As it is the de
termination of its conductors to keep THE
ALDINE out of the reach of competition
in every department, the chromos will be
found correspondingly ahead of any that
can be offered by other periodicals. Every,
subscriber will - receive a certificate, over
the signature of the publishers, yuatantee
ing that the chromos delivered shall : be
equal to the samples furnished the agent,
or the money will be refunded, .The dis
tribution of pictures of this grade, free to
the subscribers to a five dollar periodical,
will mark an epoch in the history of Art v
and. considering the unprecendented
cheapness of the price for THE ALDINE
itself, the marvel falls little short of a mir
acle, even. to. those best acquainted with
the achievements of .inventive, genius
and improved 'mechanical appliances.
(For illustrations of these chromos, see
November issue of THE ALDINE.) .
, THE LITERARX '.DEPARTMENT
will continue Wider the care of Mr; RICH
ARD HENRYS STODDARD; assisted by
the best writers and poets of the daVi who
will strive to have the literatnre Of.THE
ALDINE always in keepingwtjb, . its artis-
$5 per annom, in advance, , with Oil i
:: v.i.:f ; ; Chromos free. V;
THE ALDINE will,1 hereafter, ' be ob
tainable only by subscription:; There will
be no reduced or cluo rates r casn lor sut-
8criptions must be- sent to the publishers
direct, or handed to the local agent, with
out responsibility to the publishers, except in
cases where thecertificate isr given, bearing
the facsimile signature of James Suttojj &
. . AGENTS WANTED.
Any person, wishing to act permanently
as a loeal agent, will receive iuu. ana
prompt information by applying to
Publishers,
dee 5 58 Maiden Lane, New York;
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CHARLOTTE, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1873
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SIM0NT0H HOUSE.
STATESYittE, H. C.
yj- .
WHE'.froyfaior of the abve named
X Hotel respectfully invite the people of
au uie puouc generally to call
on him when they visit Statesville. He
will spare neither pains nor money to
l4 iOKTON HOUSE a first class
"""H wortny oi public patronage.
T. A. PRICE,
nov 25-tf . Proprietor.
SCARE,
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CHARLOTTE
.rresenpuons prepared at all hours
of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected especially for Family and Inval-
1U? at SCARE'S
June 29 Drug Store.
FRESH SPICES,
T i ' i . .
jufcc received a. lot of select Spices for
x levies, l-reserves, &c, at F. SCARR'S
Junc -J ' Drugstore.
Pure Salad Oil.
Finest article in Market,
. at F. SCARR'S
June 29 Drug store.
General Grocery, Provision,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Trade St'., 3rd door from Market,
CHAE LOTT E3 DT. O.
asr bpecial attention given to Buying
and Selling Wheat, Corn, Flour and all
Kinos oi country produce. apr 6
FOB, SALE.
T W. WADS WORTH has at
t) . and Sale Stable, opposite
his Livery
nosite the Citv
Clock, HORSES and MULES for sale and
kept constanly on hand.
nov30
IIIAUT, KRAUT, do you love Kraut
-LV. Elegant white Kraut for all who love
J. F. BUTT.
dec 6
yarge lot
oct 16
of Country Lard and Bacon,
U. JN . SMITH.
CIODA, Lemon, and Water Crackers and
kJ Gmger Cakes. Wholesale and retail,
sept 19 A. R. N. & BRO.
Fresh Arrivals.
"IT agnum Bonum Apples, at
il B. N. SMITH'S,
oct 16
FINE SALT. .
inn Sacks Factory filled SALT on hand
luv and for sale bv
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
nov 27 .
PREPARED MUSTARD PLASTER,
a uniorate rotasn, Troches, Tacto Phos.
ume and iepsm.
BURWELL &CO.
. : nov 24
GENUINE Brown Winsor Soap,
gates Glycerine and Honey Soap.
Col-
BURWELL & CO.
nov 24
E
have opened to-day
w f JT
U?K Medical
niv n np I
-r-,.
Brandy and Whiskey,
purposes. BURWELL
r J2jUU Ot KAJ.
nov 24
It. Von Meyerhoff.
T)ROPOSES to form, instruet, and con
1. duct, in , Charlotte, N. C, a Musical
Socieiy t and tb give musical festivals
The income from which, is to be applied
to . thes; purchasing j of Maps, Globes and
Scientific Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. AIso., to furnish for the Institute
Orchestral -Instruments and Music, such
as are, found 4n. Seminaries of the largest
Cities South, and "North, r These Tnstru
mentsi &c., will be placed in the hands of
the Trustees," for the use of. and to con
tinue s to be .the property of the Charlotte
(N. C.) Institute for Young Ladies.
.Terms of admission , ?a. , - . $5.00
Instructions per month, " . , 2.00
) Ladies arfd gentlemen desiring to become
members pf the Society will please leave
their names at the bookvstore of Messrs.
Tiddyr&B.ti, , " r ... V ;
:dec7-6m . ' . : :-
COFFEE, ( Sugari Molasses. Cheese and
VRice, just received at. - j v h
r;$;iseptJW:K.;:i4.R.OT
fTTEASi . Spiccs.J Pickles. Oysters, Jellies.
X Lemon Syrup and Canned Fruits, now
receivuigat ' ;. . . .
. sept ia '' : ' ' ' . A. R. N. & BRO.
.. Canvassed Hams & Lard
SPECIAL-'attentiorr of families are called
to a Superior Lot of Canvassed Hams.
Also to Extra Leaf and Pure Leaf Lard, in
Welsh Tubs. Wholesale and retail by
sept 20 A. R.N. & BRO.
t, ' ' , -i--,.. ..... .A '..il
'New Advertisements.
SPORTS' ELS&gfS.
jan 3-iw
MONEY
Easily made with our
Stencil and kevcherfc
outfit.
Circulars Free. Mrnflvi
MT g Co., 66 Fulton Street, N. Y.
jan 34 w
WANTED
ivnr.
month tn sell the IM
PROVED AMERICAN FAMILY KNIT
TING MACHINE. The stormiest and W
in the world. Address AMERICAN KNIT
TING MACHINE Co.. 345V Washing
Street, Boston, Mass. jan 3-4w
500
Agents wanted ! Just out ! A
splendid new Christ ; "OHRTST
BLESSING LITTLE CHILDREN." Im
mense sales I 500 agents wanted for our
large Map of the "United States" with im
mense "World" Map on reverse side.
Our Maps and Charts go like wild-fire.
& LUBRECTH. Emnire Man
and Chart Establishment, 107 Liberty
Street, cr "York..
jan 3-4w
made Dec. 3d bv one Acrpnt spiling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY;
fine- engraving. 22x28. inches, sent br
mail for $1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
and Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, mice 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novel ti
mailed frequently to all old and new
agents, address
AMERICAN NOVELTY Co.,
jan 3-4w 302 Broadway, N. Y.
LOOK ! FREE TO ALL !
A week to e113. Male or Female.
)0J To all who will write for an Acen-
cy we will send a copv of that " Wonder of
Wonders" the Illustrated Horn of Plentv.
It contains over fifty beautiful illustrations,
& will be sent FREE to all who may write.
Address I GARSIDE. Paterson. N. J.
jan 5-4 w
FREE
TO
Book Agents
GHFT
a complete outfit of the PICTORIAL
HOME BIBLE it is the onlv Bible in
which a complete Historv. Encvclonedia.
AnalySis-of the Scriptures, and Improved
Classified "Bible Dictionary is given; its
unequaled beauty and merits make it
the cheapest and fastest selling Bible pub
lished. WM. FLINT fc CO. .
jan 3-4 w Atlanta, Ga.
DON'T
Be deceived, but for
coughs
colds, sore
throat, hoarseness and
bronchial diflitail-
ties, use only
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations are nn ti marl-of
but the only scientific preparation of Car
bolic Acid for Lung disease is when chem
cally combined with other well known
remedies, as in these tablets, and all par
ties are cautioned against using any other.
In all cases ni irritation of the mucous
menbrane these tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healing niorjer-
ties are astonishing.
Be warned,never neglect a cold,it is easily
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult,
use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a specific.
Price 25c. per Box. John Q. Kellogg, 18
Piatt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for the United
States. Send for Circular,
jan 3-iw
rAiiJbu. Act at once
There is a PILE of money in it. The
people everywhere are Eager to buy the
AUlHJSiNTTU JilSTOKY OF
LIVINGSTON'S
Wondrous Discoveries and Thrilling Ad
ventures during 28 years in Africa, witli
account of the Stanley Expedition. Over
600 pages, only $1.50, is selling beyond
parallel. Only Complete and Reliable
work. Send for. circulars, and see Proof
and great success agents are having.
HUBBARD BROS.,
jan 3-4w Publishers, Boston, Mass.
T0 Agents want
ibsolutely the best sell
1J in
books ?
Send for circulars of
Vent's Unabridg
id Illus. Family Bible
Over 1100 pages
iu dv rz in., pages
Bible Aids, &c.
Arabesque $3.25 Gilt
Kidge, 1 clasp, $8.25. Fall Gilt, 2 clasps.
11.00. ''Belden : the White Chief," For
Winter Evenings, 3Gth 1090 readv. The
Standard, 46th 1000 ready, Epiiootlc Treat
ments. C. V. lt Vent. New York and
Cincinnati, Vent & Goodrich, Chicago.
jan o-4W
$75TO$250P'RM'H
W Everywhere, male and Female, to in-
wuuuw; , vjcii Uiiie xill U1U VCU VXm-
. . . . ...
h- mon oense family Sewing Machine.
Z This macJline win stich. hem. fell.
tnr-L- nnilh ni-rl KinI K.oW .
in a mosi superior manner. 1 rice
$15- Fully licensed and warranted
, for five years. We will pay $1,000 for
7-r uy luucxuiiG mas wiu sew a stronger,
1 " A 1. i V V ,
i than ours. It makes tlie "Elastic
' Lock Stitch." Every second stitch
can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
1 be pulled apart without tearing it.
j We pay agenrs from $15 to $250 per
j montn and expenses, or a commission
i from which twice that amount can
be made. Address
SECOMB fe P.O..
Boston, Mass.; Pittsburgh, Pa., Khicago,
xu., or t. IjOuis, mo.
jan 3-4w . ,.
Cheap Farms I Free Homes ! !
On the h'ne of the Union-Paciflc Railroad.
12,000,000 acres of the best FArmine &
mineral Lands inf America. . . '
3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
Platte Valley, now for sale. -
'w .'VTT.Tl,irT.Tiifw "Bmi-ru snrt- - -
for Grain, growing and Stock Raising un
surpassed by any m the United States.
Cheaper m Jrrice, more .favorable terms
given, and more convenient to market
than can be found elsewhere. . i
FEES HOUESTEADS FOB ACTUAL EETTLXB8.
The best location for colonies Soldiers
entitled to a Homestead of 150 acres. '
Send for the new Descriptive Pamnhlet.
with new maps, published in English.
German," Swedish and Danish, mailed free
everywhere. Address,-
- O.F.DAVTS.
Land Com'r U. F. R-R Co. Omaha? Neb.
jan S-4w
No. 1223
A GREAT! OFFER !
HORACE "WATERS. 481 Brbadwav. N
Y., will dispose of IOO PIANOS, MELO
DEONS, and ORGANS, of six Jirst-dass
makers, including Waters, at 1 Wy low prices
for cash" orpartcashl and balmier, in xmnll
motithly initalmentf-Nm-l-ociave first-class
j-a.iT yo, jnuuern vnprpvement jor 275
cash. Nov) ready d CONCER TV FARLO R
UKUA.JS, the most beautiful style' and perfect
tone ever made. IUustrated Catalogues mail-
ea. anea music ana Music Merchandise.
jan. 3-4 w J ', , .
is unequaled by ay known remedy, It
will endicate, extnpate and thoroughly de
stroy all poisonous substantanoes in the
Blood and will effectually dispel all predis-
puBiuun a Duiious aerangement.
"Is there want of action in your Liver &
Spleen? Unless relieved'sthe blood becomes
impure by deleterious secretions, produc
ing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches
lelons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, &c
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach ? Un
less digestion is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of the Blood.
Dropsical tendency, general Weakness and
liieina.
Have you weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoseor
mnamation of the Bowels
TT 1 r ,, V.
xiaye ju weasuess oi tne taurine or
Lnnary Organs? Ydu! are exposed to
suflenng m its most aggravated form.
a Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish
or depressed in spirits. w;th headache.
coated tongue and bad fasting mouth ?
For a certain remedy for all of these dis
eases, weaknesses and troubles : for clean
sing and purifying the; vitiated blood and
imparting vigor to all the vital forces ; for
building up and restoring the weakened
constitution USE ; . ; -;
J U H IT B E B A
which is pronounced by t:he leading medi
cal uuuionues oi London, xmd: JPaais "the
most powerful tonic and. alterative known
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ana untried discovery has been; long used
by tbe leading physicians of other coun
tries jyith wonderful remedial results.
Don t weaken and impair the digestive
organs uy catnartics and physics they give
only temporary relief Indigestion, 'flatu
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kind
red diseases are sure to follow their use.
I JOHN Q, KELLOGG,
. 18 Piatt St.s JSew York, Sole Agent for
ine uniceu estates. , .
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. jan 34w
C3-TJ25T.S-.
SINGLE GUNS.
At $2 00, $3 00, $4 50, $5 00, $G 00,
$10 00, $12 00 to $20 00.
Double Guns. .
$3 00,
At $G 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500, $3000, $4000, $5000
to $75 00, .
Breech-Loading. Rouble Guns.
At
$40 00, $45 00, $50 6o $60 00, $75 00,
$90 00, $110 00, $12000 to $30000.
PISTQLS.
Smith & Wesson, Colt's, ;' Allen's Witney
ana otner Kinas, at manutacturers'
prices! !
Ammunition & implements
For Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Hnportation.
METALIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
. AND PISTOLS ATLOWEST MAR
KET PRICES.
A complete assortment of all Sporting
wuuus ; rnees ana description sent on ap
plication. ,s
Goods shipped by Express, C. O. T
POULTNEY, TfelMBLE & CO.
Importers, No. 200 Wv Baltimore St.,
isaiumore. i ,
Ricnard's, Dougal's, Gteene's, Scott's, A
-2.1 1 1 i -1 ' "
otner ceieDratea niaKeojvguns on hand
and imported to order. I
sept 'JO 1872-eod ly '
CHAEI0TTE KALE ACADEMY.
rilMis Academy will be re-opened the first
X day of J atJUary i873; tirider the eond rirt.
ot tne undersiffiied. v,Asa'HOliMitWi."
Mathematical" and "Commercial School "
it snau be, second to none. While the
Discipline, shall be riaid. at the same
time j udicious. Pupils will be received at
any ume, ana cnargecl orlllv from the time
or meir enirance. ua. nrst-ciass assistant.
win De secured tne j,st : oi February, if nec
essary. 'or (Jirculars, apply to
W. 13EAUMONT CLARKSOX,
O 4s principal.
Tteference to Gen, J. A. ,Youne. Col. W.
R. Myers, T W. Dewey. Col. John Y.
Bryce, J II. Wilson. Esq.. and natrons
generally. . . .? : t -
Mrs. Clarkson. will re6neh her School
Jan. 6, at the School House, lately oocupied
by Col. Clarkson, and resectfally solicits
the patronage of Charlotte.
A competent
Teacner. will assist liesj kl
4.
dec29-St
PARLOR, Eirrg Toss. The Tickler: fun
i. Of the funniest. Old" tmrinsitv slinn
Game of Natural Historyf Game of Sei
huett comicalities. Game of f popular
Characters from Dickens. The f lower
Game, - Blind - Alphabet ?ahd the monks
a ne game and old -puzzlesilb Magic or
Romone pf life sport, f Ademuss and
Dividem wide awake game The Social
Oracle. The . frame, of f IrithmetiGi im.
proved. Puzzle map of orth America;
Alphabet and obfects Tableta Holidav
Anthmetic, a simple and fascinating game.
What Is it '; or bow to4 make money.
Henry's Pennv Puzzle. Mv Mother Ptik-;
zle, Nursery: Rhymes' Pusode. ;Onr Petn
Puzzle. The Model Shin Puzzle. ITttr-lf
Raphael's Puzzle Chromos. 4 Atrtfcahot
Blocks Toy books and a laasre-fniimh. f
otherpretty arid interesting things for the
children at Christmas. A acall is isolicited
by. TIPDY & BRO.
dec 18 I ;
RATI2S OF ADVERTISING.
One Square one timew ...$i 00
lwoaaJ8 -
KA
- 2 00
. 2 50
. 3 00
. S 50
M iour aays..
-t five days...
" " three wceksur.:...!
one month
5 00
6 50
.,8 00
Contract Advertisicments taken at
proportionatdy low ratesj
Five Sauares estimated jat a mxarter-eol-nmn,
and ten squares as a halfrolanm.
CHARLOTTE FAIR
I T. BUTLER'S ! !
GOODS.
Watehcs, Clocks, Jewel
ry, Diamonds, Silver
and Hated Ware,
Spectacles, &c
MUSIC BOXES
AND MANY
TOO KUMER0US
to 3&n5rrxo-x.
AT
J. T. BUTLERS
OPPOSITE TttE HOUSE.
October 22
A BOOK. FOR THE SfUXIOll I
many n tk phytic Wria
I rayitric uid raTtlaOoaaol
1 'v -- .k
latest diMOTeriea ia prodoelof and DtiTuUii Aorta,
how to prewnre the eomplexion, o.
Thiali an iaterating work of taw koDdradaaditxtr
paces, wltb nameroua ograTingf, and eentaiaa Talaabla
isfonBatloa for those who are murld,or contemplate but.
riage. SUUUiea book hate.SbtM ibT kepT aarteok
ad key, and not laid oareltuly abeat the hoair
II contain Cne ezperienee and advtM e f a pkyiMM
whoas repuutlon it world-wide, and should be i the prt
Tate drawer of erery male and female throaghont tbeeaUre
globe. It embraces everything on the subject of the ge.
entire system that la worth knowing, and mack thai at
not pnblshed In any other work.
Sent to any one (free of postage) ftrFifW Cents.
'BUWU, mS. ln-Jo. ia V.Kighihatree
XTotiee to the Afflicted and Vafbrtotxta.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who adTertiee ia
pnblie papers, or asing any quack reaediM perase Dr.
Betu work no matter wbatytmr disease is, or how dopier-
able tow ooadttion.
Dr. Butu oosnpies a double house ef tweati-eeei
reonu;laindorsed by some of the meet eelebrated modi,
ea 1 professors o f this country and Snrope, and eas be we
! personally or by mail, on thediseases meatiesed i
" vmmmmutto. Iiwem, as. .
; nf t 2-d & w ly -
A. R. lfisbet& Brother
HAVING completed an improrement in
their Commodious Seore Room on
Trade Street, one door west of Smith A
Hammond's Drug Store, Charlotte, N. C,
are now receiving a well selected 5tock of
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci
gam, Ac., which has been bought by one
of the firm, at a time when the market was
most favorable. TlJey therefore feel satis
fied that they can sell all goods h their
hne as low as any firm in Charlotte, fur
cash or to punctual customers.
They invite Merchants to give them a
call, (as they had a special eye Uf their
wholesale trade,) and feel warranted in"'
saying that they can sell so as to make it a
saving to them in their purchases.
They return their thanks to their friends
and the generous public for past favors, and
solicit a continuance of the same.
A. R. insBET & BRO.
MAGIC.
QOMETHING new and wonderful in the
KJ
Magic line.
Call and see it, at
dec 15
TIDDY'S.
FOR, SALE.
Al
Lot of fine HORSES and MULES.
m splendid order. At j DAVIDSON'S
LIVERY STABLES. Horses and. Moles
for sale are kept on hand constantly.
nov .
FOR'SALE. t
The fine yoxtftg;Lighlfirar
9
ness and Family; - r.Ir--.'.
"CLARA," owned by Drsf 1
Green A Lindley. ; CLARA' 4
is a beautiful dark bay, hands ' high,
will be five years old next spring, is well '
broke and kind disposition. v' Tot particu-V ,
ars can on . ; , , i- w
' GREEN A LINDIEY, t
Over. Wilson A Black's Drug Store. .'.
dee 21-tf , . . s:
JUST RECEIVED.
FIFTY; Bushels Wheat R-an't
oat 19" R, M. MILXEB & SeKrf.
THE
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