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1 v; -! ; charlotte; n: c, Wednesday, January 8, 1873
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(CI,EAXSING FIRES. ,
BY ADELA11B naOCTOR. i . f i 5
let thy gold be cast in the furnace' ;
Thy red gold, precious and bright ; ' v
Do'not fear for the hungry fire,
With its caverns of burning light, - -And
the gold shall return more ' precious,
Free from every spot and stain ; "
J1or gold must be tried by fire,7 : ' .- :.,
As a heart must be tried by pain ! ,v y--J,..'-
In the cruel fire of sorrow, , V
qast thy heart, jlo not faint or wail ;
Let thy hand be firm and,stcadyf, -Do
not let thy spirit quail
But wait till the trial is over,
And take thy heart again ; -. ,lf. ,.-; ...
For, as gold is tried by fire,. ,;, , ; , . ,
So a heart must be tried by pain L ,
I shall know by the gleam and the glitter
Of the golden chain you wear, ., .
By your heart's calm strength in loving,
Of the fire you have had to bear ; . -Beat
on, true heart, forever !
Shine bright, strong, golden chain ;.. ..
And bless the cleansing fire, '
And the furnance pfliving Pm !
A B eantifol Incident - - -
Eev. Dr. Adams, in -hia beautiful
book of "Thanksgiving Memories"
gives us the following incident : "In
the Cathedral of Limerick there
Jiangs a chime of bells, which were
cast-in Italy by an enthusiast in his
trade, who fixed his home near the
monastery where they were first
liunir, that he might enjoy , their
sweet and solemn music. In ?
political1 revolution the bells
taken away to some distant
some
were
land,
ind the maker himself became
a re-
fngee and exile,
brought him, after
His wanderings
many years, to
Ireland. On a calm and, beautiful
evening, as the vessel which bore
Iiim. floated on the placed bosom of
the Shannon, suddenly the evening
(chimes pealed lorth from the cath
edral towers. liJs experienced ear
.i.,i(ht the, .sweet sounds, ,and he
S -.v that; his lost treasures were
i wi'd. His early home, his old
If'.cnds. his beloved and native land.
sill the best associations of his life
were in those sounds. He laid him
self back in the boat, crossed his
ja ms upon his breast, and listened to
the music. The boat, reached the
wharf, but still he lav there, silent
n nd m otionless. They spoke to him
but be did not answer, lhey went
to him' but his snirit had fled. The
tide of memories that came"- vibrat
ing throueh his heart at that wel
known chime had suapped its life
striners.
It was this incident that suggested
to Moore his song of "The Evening
Bells." As Moore is not so much
l ead as he used to be a quarter of a
"i tury r.go, we reprint the lines as
thov mav not be familiar to .our
younger readers :
'Thnse evening bells '.Those evening
bells
How many a tale their music tells,
Of youth and home, and that sweet time
"When last 1 heard their soothing chime.
Those joyous hours have passed away,
AJr nianv a heart that then was gay,
jjhm the tomb now darkly dwells.
Arm bears no more these evening bells.
4 And tlius't shall be when I am gone,
That tuneful peals shall still ring on,
And other hards shall wake these dells.
And sing your praise, sweet evening bells.
SCHOOL BOOKS I
SCHOOL BOOKS
SCHOOL BOOKS
-AT-
jan 4.
FAMILY
b . m . p
GEOCEKIES. ;
RES 8 ON
Trade Street, next door to the Post
Sign of the Elephant..
Office,
JUST RECEIVED,
A Fresh Lot of Sausage, Mince Meat,
Tork, Butter, Chickens, Eggs, &C:f Ac.'
pir- FLOUR i specialty. ;
gsr- Produce sold on commission,
jan 3-ly '-i :r'A:' 'V' V
CHOICE Odd'French Brandy fbV Medi
cinal purpose, at Fi SCARR'S.
jan 3 ' t - ,
"VTELSONS Geletine, a fresh supply, just
IN received, at - : . SCARR'S. J
jan 3
A New assoitaient of
Kerosene Lamps,
SCARR'S.
just in, at
jan -3
Eemoval. .'.'.jw
TONES & JOHNSTON, Attorneys at Law,
O have moved their office to the second
floor of the Harty building near the Court
jan 3 " : . - . : ' '
WE GIVE FAIR NOTICE, , ':
SO DOUT'T COMPLAIN;
HEREAFTER ALL BILLS-ARE
DUE MONTHLY (1st.) -
IF NOT SETTLED, FURTHER CREDIT
WILL POSITIVELY BE REFUSED,
After January ithe First; 18731
dee 31
TIDDY & BRO.
. WANTED. X r, ,
fTlO rent a good PIANO for a' few : months
r-t it.
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Prospectus for 1873. Sixth. Year.
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T H E IA L D I TIE ,
A n IUustra ted Monthly t Journal, "universally
admitted to be the Handsomest ' Period
cai in the World. A ? Representative
' and Champidnof American Tasted' Vii
NOT FOR SALE IW BOOK STORES,
- THE ALDINE, which is issud 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
collection of pictures, the rarestispecimens
or artistic skui in j black and White. At
though each succeeding number affords a
fresh pleasure to its friends, the ircul value
and beautv of THE ALDINE will be
most appreciated after it has been bound
un at the close ot the year.
While other publications may claim supe
rior cheapness, as compared with rivals of
a similar class, THE ALDUS E is a unique
and original conception alone and una re
proached absolutely without competition
.alone and unapproached-rabsolutciy
without competition in price of character.
The possessor of a complete Volume Can
not duplicate the quantity of fine paper anf
: - 1 I
engravings in any. oilier iune pr iiumow
of volumes for ten times its cost;:-ana then,
there are the chromos, besides.! ;
' ART DEPARTMENT:
Notwithstanding the increase in the
price of subscription last Fail, when THE
ALDINE assumed its proportions and rep
resentative charctpr, the edition more than
doubled during the past year ; proving that
the American public appreciate, and will
support, a sincere effort in the canse of Art.
The publishers, anxious to (justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
exerted themselves to the utmost to devel
ore and imDrove the work : arid the plans
for the corning year, as unfolded by the
monthly issues, will astonish and delight
even the most sanguine friends of THE
ALDINE. - j
The. publishers are authorized to an
nounce designs from- many of the most
eminent artists of America, i
In addition, THE ALDINB will repro
duce 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. : ' 1 -V
The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, will
reproduce four of John b. Davis mimita
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 o a
year's subscription. - - f
The popular teatures ot a copiously illus
trated "Christmas ' number will be con
nued. ,-' I
To nossess such a valuabM epitome of
the art world, at' a cost so trilling, will
command the subscriptions of thousands
in every section of the country: but,
as -the usefulness i and. attraction oi
THE ALDINE can be enhanced,
in proportion to the numerical increase of
its Ruotsorters, the publishers propose to
make "assurance double sure." by the ioi
lowing unparalleled offer of
PREMIUM CHROMQS FOR 1873.
Every subscriber to THE ALDINE, who
pays' in advance lor tne year ituz, win re-
ceive, without... additional charge, a pan? 01
... 4--.. 1
beautiful oil chromos, alter j: j. tim, tne
entitled "The Village Belle," rand "Uross
ing the Moor," are 14x20 inches are prin
ted from 25 different; plates; requiring 2o
impressions and tints to perfect each pic
ture. The same chromos are sold for $30
per pair, in the art Stores . As it is the de
termination of its conductors to keep THE
ATnTNTC out nf the reach of comnetition
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, oyer
the signature of the nublishers. yuat antee-
intt that the chromos delivered shall be
enn'al to the samnles furnished the agent,"
or the money will beh refunded. The dis
tribMion of bictures of this grade, free to
the subscribers to a five dollar periodical,
will mark an enoch in the history ot Art
and - mnsidfirinff v the t unnrecen dented
cheapness of the price for THE ALDINE
i. xi 1 fi11a iKni4 a min.
lLHtill, lidtp UlaiYVX. xaiio jiiud ouvih-
acle, even to those best acquainted witn
the achievements of t inventive enius
and improved mechanical appliances.
(Wnr illustrations of these chromos, see
November issue of THE ALDINE.) .
' THE LITERARY VJ)EPARTMENT
will pnntinne under the care of Mr. RICH
ARD HENRY STODDARD, assisted by
the best writers and poets of ithe day, wbo
will strive to' have the literature of THE
A TDTNTC alwavs in keening with its artis
tic attractions. 4
' j r . , TERMS. . " .
' r $5 per annum,! in advance,- with Oil
, , - 1 Chromos free. '. -
- ttttc at.tinr will, hereafter,, be ob
tainable only by subscription. There will
u aA-,,oA rr rhih rates : cash tor SUD-
nt;nnQ miKsf. lw sent to the publishers
direct, or handed to the local agent, wtih
i7;,iVj77 tn tlut rmblishers, except in
cases where the certificate is given, bearing
the facsimile signature of James Sutton &
Co. , ' i rv'i,;i - '
a . ,:. ;. . AGENTS WANTED.
iWtT tr act Dermanently
Ann I Atn i ? a(wnt. ? will receive- lull -and ;
prompt information by applying to
V JAMES SUTTON & CO.,
' PiihHshera
1 UAUT,' KRAIJT, do vou love Kraut
XV. J
Elegant white Kraut for
all who love
F. BUTT.
;.dec6.
' FINE SALT. .
I A A Sacks Factory filled SALT on hand
lvu aid for sale bv "
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
nov 27. . ... .,
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I)KEPAEED "fUSTARD PLASTER,
; Chlorate Potash, Troches, Lacto Phos.
Lime and Pepsin."
BUBWELL A CO.
nov 24 - . t' t
GENUINE Brown Winsor Soap. Col
gates Glycerine and Ilonev Soap.
.. BUR WELL & CO.
nov 24 -
T17E have , opened to-day some Fine
IT Brandy and "Whiskev, for Medical
purposes.
BURWELL&CO.
nov 24
3 I
L. Von Mey erhoff.
PROPOSES to form, instruct, and con
duct, in Charlotte, N. C, a Musical
Socieiy ; and to give: musical festivals.
The income from . which, isto be applied
to the purchasing of Maps, Globes and
Scientific Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. Also, to furnish for, the. Institute
Orchestral Instruments and'-Music, such
as are found .in Seminaries of the largest
Cities Southland North.- These Instru
ments, &c. will be placed in the hands of
the Trustees, for the use of. and to con
tinue to be the property of the Charlotte
(N. C.) Institute for Young Ladies.
Terms of "admission, ?5.00
Instructions per month, - 2.00
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to become
members of the Society will please leave
their names at the book store of Messrs.
Tiddy & Bro. ....
dec
COFFEE, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese and
Rice,1 just received at
sept 19 A. R. NISBET & BRO'S.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
B V C K W II EAT.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
JUST Received, now call artd buy and
also get some of our elegant Goshen
Butter to eat .with the cakes when they are
smoking hot, at
dec 6 Market.
The Change.
TTATINT3 notified ourk friends and cus-
Jl tomers some time since, that our busi
ness would change January 1st, 1873, we
are pleased to say that the change has
taken place, and it is to be strictly 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
Jon. . .
To our manv mends and patrons we re
turn thanks, and ask a continuance of
their favors believing that by a strict ap
plication of the above rules, we will be
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
credit. . -
All bills are due and payable on the 1st
day of each and every month.
jan 1, 1873, ly i
Democrat please copy.
NELSONS Gelutine, Flavoring Extract
Fresh and of superior quality.
BURWELL&CO,
dec 21 , Springs' Comer.
SimONTOH HOUSE.
STATEBYILLEi H. C.
:0:
fTTHE Proprietor of ? the above named
A Hotel respectfully invites the people of
Charlotte and the public generally to call
on him when thcy yisit Statesville. He
will spare neither pains nor money to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE a first class
HOTEL, and worthy of public patronage.
JL. A. fJttHJili,
nov 25-tf Proprietor.
F. SCARE,
O
tr
B
CHAR
N, C.
Prescriptions prepared at all hours
f of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected especially 'for Family and Inval
ids, at SCARR'S
june 20 Drug store. -
7.
FBESD SPICES,
i Just received a lot of select. Spices for
Pickles, Preserves, fcc., at - F. SCARR'S
june 29- Drug a tore.
Pure Salad Oil.
L . - Finest article in Market,' '
. at . F SCARR'S '
june 29 - - ' Drug Store.
for sale: ;
JW; WADSWORTH has at his Livery
. and Sale Stable, opposite the City
Clock, HORSES and MULES tor saieana
f kept constanly on liand, , i . , ,
LOTTE,
New 'Advertisements.
QP fYQ TQ' JEST Book sent free.
O i J IX 1 kJ . Address Eagle Book Co.
9 Murray St., N. Y.
' jan3-4w -i "
IVTHMTPV Eay rnade with our
iJl JCi I Stencil and key-check
outfit.' gsr- Circulars Free. Stafford
M'f g Co., C6 Fulton Street, N. Y.
jan o-sw
. :
WANTED
AUHJiNTS per l
month to sell the IM
PROVED AMERICAN FAMILY KNIT- i
TING MACHINE. The simvlest and best 1
in the vawld.' ' Address AMERICAN KNIT
TING MACHINE Co., 3451 Washington
otreet, uoston, ; Mass. jan 3-4 w
500
Agents wanted ! Just out ! A
splendid new Christ : "CHRIST !
BLESSING LITTLE CHILDREN." Im
mense sales ! 600 agents wanted for our
large Map of the "United States" With im
mense "World" Map on reverse tide.
Our Maps and Charts go like wild-fire.
HAASIS & LUBRECTH, Empire Map
ana unartr Jistabhshment, 107 Liberty
otreec, new xors. jan A-4y
50O made Dec 3d by one Agent selling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY,
A fine engraving,. 22x28, inches, sent by
mail for f 1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
and Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, price 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novelties
mailed, frequently to all old and new
agents, address
AMERICAN NOVELTY Co.,
jan 3-4w 302 Broadway, N. Y.
LOOK! FREE TO ALL !
A per week to agents, Male or Female.
uU To all who will write for an Agen
cy we will send a copy of that " Wonder of
Wonders, the Illustrated Horn of Plenty
It contains over fifty beautiful illustrations,
& will be sent FREE to all who may write.
Address I. GARSIDE, Paterson, N. J.
jan 3-4w
FREE
TO
Book Agents
GIFT
I a complete outht ot the rioiUKiAii
HUME mnijifi it is the only. .Bible in
which a complete History, Encyclopedia,
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 & CO.
jan 3-4 w Atlanta, Ga.
DON'T
ce deceived, but tor coughs, colds, sore
throat, hoarseness and bronchial difficul
ties, use only
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations" are on the market,
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 ot irritation ot the mucous
menbrane these tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healing proper
ties are astonishing.
Be warned.never neglecta cold.it is easily
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronie the cure is exceedingly difficult,
use vv ells Carbolic Tablets as a specihe,
Price 25c. per Box. John Q. Kellogg, 18
Piatt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for the United
States. Send for Circular.
jan 3-4w
auunts waaiieu. Act at once.
There is a PILE, of money in it. The
people every where are Eager to buy the
AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF
LIVINGSTON'S
Wondrous Discoveries and Thrilling Ad
ventures during 28 years in Africa, with
account of the Stanley Expedition. Over
600 pages, only $1.50, is selling beyond
barallel. 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.
i
0 Agents want absolutely the best sell-1
me books ? Send tor circulars ot
Vent's Unabridged Illus. Family Bible.
Over 1100 pages 10 by 12 in., 200 pages
Bible Aids, &c. Arabesque $6.25 Gilt
Edee. 1 clasp. $8.25. Full Gilt, 2 clasps,
11.00. "Belden : the White Chief," For
Winter Evenings, 3Gth 1090 ready. The
Standard, 46th 1000 Teadjv Epizootic Treat
ments. &c. C. F. Vent, JSew York and
Cincinnati, Vent & Goodrich, Chicago.
jan 3-4w
Everywhere, male and Female, to in
i troduce the "Genuine Improved Com-
. mon Sense Family Sewing Machine.
A This machine will stich, hemr fell,
A tuckj quilt, cord, bind, braid and em-
in a most superior manner. . ' Price
$15. Fully licensed and warranted
for five years. We will pay $1,000 for
auy machine that will sew a stronger,
more beautiful, or more elastic seam
"i than ours. It makes ' the "Elastic
T Lock; Stitch." Every second stitch
J can be cut, and still the cloth cannot.
i be pulled apart without tearrng it.
5 We pay agenrs from $15 to $250 per
j month and expenses, or a commission
4 from which twice that amonnt "can
be made. Address .
SECOMB & BO.,
Boston, Mass. Pittsburgh, ;Pa., Khicago,
, III., or St. Louis, Mo.
jan 3-4w ..
Cheap Farms ! Free Homes ! !
On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad.
12,000,000 acres of the best Farming &
mineral Lands m America.
3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
Platte Valley, now for sale. . - -
UILP CLIMATE, FERTILE SOIL, . . -
for Grain growing and Stock Raising nn-
! surpassed By any in the United States.
Cheaocr in Pnce. more favorable terms
given, ana more convenient to niarKes
i than can be found elsewhere. 1
FREE HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLEES.'
The best location for colonies Soldiers
I entitled to a Homestead of 150 acres..
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet,
with new - mans, published in English,
German. Swedish and Danish, mailed free
everywhere Address, : '
. ;O.F. DAVIS.
: Land CorrTr V. P. R R Co., (Jfeaalia, Neb.
A GREAT OFFER !
HORACE WATERS. 4L BroadwavJ
Y., will dispose of TOO JIAKOS, MELO
DEONS, and ORGANS, ' of six frst-dais
makers including Waters, at 1 very low prices
for cashj' or part cash, and balance in small
monthly nxtalmcnts A ew-7 -octave -Jirst-claxs
PIANOS,' modern improvements, for $275
eafh . Now ready a CONCERTO PARLOR
ORGAN, the most beautiful style and perfect
tone ever made. . Illustrated Catalogues mail
ed. Sheet Music and Music Ilerduutdise, , .
jan 3-4w . ;
is unequaled by any known remedy.It
will endicate, extripate and thoroughly de
stroy all poisonous substantances in the
Blood and will effectually dispel all predis
position to Lauious derangement.
"is there want of action in your Liver
Spleen? Unless relieved the blood becomes
impure by deleterious secretions, produc
ing scromious or skin diseases, Blotches,
Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, kc
Have vou a DvsDentic Stomach ? Un
less digestion is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of the Blood.
Dropsical tendency, general W eakness and
metna.
Have yon weakness of the ' In!etines ?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoaj or
Innamation of the Bowels." 7
nave you weakness ot the Utunne or
Urinary Organs ? You are exposed to
suffering in its most aggravated formi
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish
or depressed in spirits, wth headache.
coated tongue and bad tasting 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
i ;ui -a j. : it : , '
uunumg up anu restoring ipe wea&enea
constitution USE ;
JURUBEB A
which is pronounced by the leading medi-
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to tne medical world." this is no new
and untried discovery has been' long used
by the leadings physicians of other coun
tries with wonderful remedial results. ? 1 -;
Don't weaken and impair the digestive
organs by cathartics and physics they give
uiuy temporary reuei indigestion, natu-
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kind
red diseases are sure to follow their use.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
18 Piatt St.s New York. Sole Agent for
tne united states.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. jan 3-4 w
SINGLE GUNS.
At $2 00, $300,
$4 50, $500, $6 00,
$12 00 to $20 00.
$8 00,
$10 00,
Double Guns.
At $6 00, $7 50, $10 00, tl2 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500, $3000, $4000, $5000
to $75 00. : ;
Breech-Lading Double Guns.
At $40 00, $45 00, $50 00, $00 00,' $75 00,
$90 00, $110 00, $120 00 to $300 00.
Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
and other Kinds, at manufacturers'
prices. ; .
Ammunition & Implements
For Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of lnlportation.
MET ALIO AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
AND PISTOLS AT LOWEST MAR
KET, PRICES.
A complete assortment of all Sporting
Goods ; Prices and Description sent on ap
plication. : : - : ' ; ; .
Uoods shipped by impress, U. U. J.
POULTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.
Importers, No. 200 Wt Baltimore St.,
Baltimore. ,
Richard's, Dougal's, Greene's, Scott's, s
other celebrated make of iguns on hand
and imported to order, i
sept 20 1872-eod ly n
New Games.
T) ARLOR Ring Toss. The Tickler fun
A of the funmestt ' Old 1 curiosity shop
Game, of Natural History. Game of Set-
huette comicalities. Game of popular
Characters from Dickens. - The Flower
Garnet Blind Alphabet and the monks
a new same and old puzzles. - JMajric or
Komone ot lite snort. 4 1 Annmnss and
Dividem wide awake game The Social
Oracle. The game 1 of Arithmetic r "im
proved'---Puzzle'"- map of North America.
Alphabet and objects Tablets. Holiday
Arithmetic, a simple and fascinating game.
W hat Is it ; or how to i make f money
Henry's Penny Puzzle., - My Mother s Puz
zle. v Nursery Rhymes Puzzle. , Our, Pets
Puzzle. The Model Ship Puzzle. ' Uncles
Raphael's Puzzle Chromos. Alphabei
Blocks Toy books and a laage number of
other pretty and interesting things for the
children at Christmas. is A call is solicited
by , - . , r TIDDY & BRO.
dec 18 - . , . - - -I.
St. MART'S SCHOOL.
: RALEIGH, n1 C. '
Rev. Aldert Smeds, Dt D.f Rector
Rev. Bennett Sinedes,' A. M, As't,
fTlHE Sixty-second Term of this Sehoo
JL will commence on thesTwenty-fifth of
January 1872, and continue mntil the 17th
of June. Tor a circular apply to the Rec
tor. - . t f .
dec24-2w
It
i
H
AIR Brushes.
Tooth; brushes,
Nai
Brusle-. '
Wnu U-
dec 21, , .
BURWltLL & CO,
Springs' Corner.
TrSaJCSEXE LAMPS,- ;l
Iv. , u ; ,utrR5vTXi&co.
dec 21 .. . . , .r
THE
- " - r ' r- ; - .-
CHARLOTTE FAIR
I T. BUTLERfS ! !
NEW GOODS.
:!'.
Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry, Diamonds, Silver
and Plated Ware,
Spectacles, &a ,
ItIUSIC boxes
AND MANY-
TOO NUMEROUS
-AT
J. T. BUTLERS
OPPOSITE THE M ASSETS' HOUSE
October 22
A DOOR FOR THE MOXIOSf f
Karri wl or thoa. mbonl tar
' tarry n th. phjsioiofiBat
ByiMrlcs sad rTUUoao(
ta. Mzaal irnam. irlth ih.
Guide.
laUat dia0Triaa ia prodaeiaf and prTaUn( sCipriatv
how a preawr. ta. aomptextoa, 4a.
Takla am laUraaUog work a r twv bvadr sad" lixff
Eicea.wlta aoaieroaa .afrsringa, aad Mataiaa Talaaal.
rermatioa for tboae wa. ar. raarriadreostamplauasar' ,
rian. BtUlltisa book that ought tab, kept aadwloofc
aad kty, aad a. t laid earalauly aboat th. aoaa
It eontaint th. experieac aad adrio. .fa pasriMaa
whoa, rvpatatioa la world-wide, aad thonld ba 1-n- tha prl
Tata drawer of erar? mala and female tar.ogh.nt die aatirw
f lob. ' It embrace vr7thiag .a th. aobieet . I th. taja
eratire triteia tbat U wonh knowlBf, and anwa-taat ia
aot pabuahed 1b any other work.
Seat to anr ona (free of paatag.) tor Fifty CBta
ddraaaDr. BatU' DUpeaaarjNo. xalaal illa
Bt. Ijoaia, M.
Notice to ilia Afaicted and T7nfbrtnu.tft
Safer, applrlag to th. aotorioaa qaaeka wha-adrartia. im
Siblie papera ,or Bring aay qnaek remedial paraa. Dr.
atu' work a. matter what yourdieeaee ia. r how oaplorr
abl.T.ar eoaditioa.
vt. natta ooenptea a aoaoie aonae or vweniy.
raed by aeme . f the atoet oelebraMd-
ea I profeaaora of thla eaaatry aad Karopa, aad eaa be eoa
aitad peraonallT ar by aaail, .a th. diaaaaaa maadeaed ta)
hla werka. OBoe aad parlor. Ma. II V. light) aw
cm Market aa Chena gfc Uaia, atow - ,
r. n t 2-d fc W iy
A. R. Nisbet & Br&tlier
HAVING completed an iniprovement is
their Ooinmodioua Store Room- or
Trade Street, one door west of Smith fe
Hammond's Drug Store, Charlotte, I, v.,
are now receiving a wen seiecreu- siock oi
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci
gars, &c., which has been bought by oner
of the nrm, at a time wnens tne marKet w up
most favorable. They tnerefore icel satis
fied that they ! can sell all goods in tlieii
line as low as any firnt in krrlottev foi
cash or to punctual customers.
Thev invite Mercnants to give varm a
call, (as they had a special eye to their
wholesale trade.) ana ieei, warrart-eo iw
saying that thejr can sell d as to- make it a
saving to inem ni sneir purcrKve.
Thev rsturn their thaKs totiieir tnerKW
and the generous pnhlicfor past favors, and
solicit a continuance of the saTnev 5
A. R, NISBET & BRO.
SOMETHING ew and wonderful in the
Magic line, i (Jail and see it, at
dec 15 TIBDTS.
SALE.
A Lot of fine HORSES and MULER
J. in splendid order. At DAVIDSON S
LIVERY STABILES. Horses and Mules
for sale are kept on ban J constantly. '
novl6-tf'
FOR SALE.
The fine-young Light liar
ness'; and Family Mare,
"CLARA,", owned by Dr,
Green & Lindley. CLARA ..
will be five years old next springy .is well"
broke and kind disposition-. : For ; particu-' '
lars call on , -.
- f- , . 'GREEN & UNDLEY,
" - v . -Qreit Wihoa A Black'sDrug Store. '.
dec n-uz :-f ,,'. .
i
j
TEASn Sptctfs, .Pickles Oj-tera, Jellies
Lemcn Syrnp'and Canned Fruits, now
rec&iving'at -
- sept 19 T ' A: R.JST. & BRO.
, must be In good repair.-jAti6-lw
. - ' JJR, LINDLEY
" dec 5 58 MaidenLaue, Nev York,
jan StIW -.:
novw . .
    

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