PUBLISHED ST .-.:' ji-j jf
JONES & MclxA-UGHLTN,
Bryce's Building, (Trade Street,-
One tear, m advance, ...i.l$6 00
Six months, in advance,. ..-..,.... . ?00
Three Mpnthfl, in advance,:......-.;.,.. 1150
One month, in advance...... so
The OisEEVEa Will be delivered in anV
pan 01 upe cii' ai ruwn Keuusper. weeK
It fa ytir secret and mine, Tore; f , ,
Ah me I how the dreary' rain, i M H. f
With 4 slow persistence all day; long, ,
Dri piped on the window pane l a
The chamber was weird witl shadows
And dark with the deepening glooniU
v nere you u your royai womannooo;
Lay waiting for the tomb !
They had robed.yolUii wjiite, lofe, '
In your hair was a single rose .
A marble rose it might well have been,
In its cold and still repose -;r
O, paUr than yonder carven saint, " ,J
And! calm as the angels are
You seemed so near me, , ny beloved, ,
Yet ere, alas, so far I
I do not know if I weptf lore, ' : :
But tny soul rose Ud and said :
"My heart shall speak unto her heart, -
I will give her a last love-token
That shall be to her a sign
In tlie dark graver beyond it !-
Of this deathless Iote of mine."
So I sought me alittle scroll, love
And thereon in eager haste, '
Jst another's- eyes should read them,
Some mystic, words I traced.
Then close in your clasped fingers,
Close in your waxen hand,
I placed the scroll as ah amulet,
Sure; you would understand !
The secret is your's and m4n,e, love ! ' .
Only we two may know
What words shone clear in the darkness
Of-your grave .so green and low
But if jwhen we meet hereafter,
In t(he dawn of a fairer day,
You wfhisj)er those mystical words, love,
It is! all I would have yoltsay !
- Fnom The Aldine for November.
Ladies who Wear Diamonds
Baltinaore American. -America,
notwithstanding the decline of Mr.
Tweed jand the Tigers, is now cort
aidered) the largest gem-market in
the wojrld, and it is mentioned as a
curioup fact that however beautiful
a womjan may be without a diamond,
she is hiany carats happier with one
in herj possesion. Or, as an ardent
writer expresses it in a STew York
paper,! "a beautiful woman and a
beautitful diamond are undoubtedly
the twjo loveliest things in this worlJ.
And vvih Qn the two are combined,
wnen this lustrous gem gleams from
little mnk ears or the milk-white
bosom of 'a 'ladye faire ;' when it
Hashes from the dazzling brow, or
scintillates upon the taper fingers,
then U the acme oflovbhness attain
ed." The same writer furnishes this
informfation as to some diamonds in
New York :
Among those whose diamonds are
beautiful in this city is Mrs. Iieall
bracelet, eardrops, and rings, worth
$U).(KK ; Mrs. G. Leland's necklace,
ear-drops, and rings, $10,000; Mrs.
Conover's necklace, bracelet, ear and
finger-rings, $30,000 ; Mrs. Hewitt's
necklace, ear-drops, bracelet, and
ring, $20,000 ; and Mrs, Cranston's
rings and pin, $8,000. Mr. and Mrs,
V. Stevens wears diamonds valued at
$!,000.: John Morrissey wears a ring
worth between $5,000 and $10,000,
and Mrs. Smith ear-drops and rings
worth p;000. Mrs. Chad wick has a
necklace, ear-drops, and rings worth
$10,0001, and Mrs. S: Ward a necklace,
tai ui tips, aiur rings worth $10,000
Mrs. H. F. Clark's necklace, head,
dress, ear-drops, and rings cost $20,
000 ; Mrs. Reynolds has elegant gems,
jeek laces, ear-drops and rings worth
9h),(XHJ ; Mrs. Yrehn, ear-drops and
; rings, $15,000 ; Mrs. Harbeck posses
ses mngmticent diamonds valued at
oU,000 ; Mrs. Morgan jflso hns a
splendad collection of gems, the dia
monds in one hwd-H
XMKK); Mrs. Wolf has ear-drops,
ring aind bracelet, $20,000 ; Mrs. My-
car-urops, ring, and neck
aiuea at $15,000, and Mrs
Kin Pi-ami 'o l.i i
. i f I cuKiace ana rings are
""uuiuoo ; Mrs. Vynago del Val
, iiClyA.iBce, ear-arops, ana
rings rained at $10 nm h ;u
ter Mfg. Barretta .possesses d.amonds
MW iy ie worth $50,000.
T. i .
rnu frXHER-TlLTON" SCANDAL.
re ooklyn (N. Y.) JScwfe.publish
T a rsuiar letter from Mr. Theo-
i , X uP.n ln regard to the Wood-
u'l-uanin charges against Mr.
eecher, in which a member' of Mr
iiltorjjs family was attempted to b
uueu. me letter does not
rumf to either a- denial or confes
f u oi ine charges, and is -exceed-
fgiy qoubtlul m its construction. It
. uuaressea to ; "a . : complaining
"end" and alludes to the story as a
, , . lurary or "statements ""that
"uuiaioe strange if some of theni
ere p ot correct. The Eagle charac-
rCi? lfc a,s vague, tastand loose"
uu. method, Ur. Tiiton says t ?
A give a-geireral denial to; such
an encyclotMia' of assertions would
ue as vague and irrelevant, as to take
ine i-o Gazette, with its twenty-
t vcuis. ana -savr- ' i oift
n,!- f'i-' extensive a libel ri
j .--r " 'ncicu in, & special
SpJif ofl.ts several parts ;.and furt
hermore, it reauireaintKiao-;Vr,,ii'
otk a truiniui explanation of
-"I tumgs tnat remain unstated
thorf mv8terv. In 'other words,
"e laJse story (if met at all) should
fu '"ror"ea ana confounded br:
ine true one. " - -
sikkV ?iend'yon ur?e
XtH&ihed. m commands
fPnou th.ink 1 do not burnl to',7de
noTP7,fe n.d onesyou know
rnv5??eysPiritwithin . But
Sfyrbf artismore a fountain
menta ntVand quenches all resent
ents She says, "Let there be no
Bunenng save to ourselves alone'
!. - - " 1
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A . "lA,-:t -w V?" IVtlAlyU, III ' V L I II llll II II II 11.11 : K w . I I I V4 I . II II WVk MST II II- I MJ If J . . ' I '
She has.af nA . Cl- rarf"
F r. v out;, ior nor vnn
A LJ P? 1 be' sntopliecf witn;Fire
it-. ooa Dy calling on; ei- or -leavine'
their orders atMessrs.w A; L ; Nisbet I
jan 7-1 w.
Prospectus ifor 1873.ixth Year:
v f .
n mustrutcd Montldn Jounud. universnli,,
vftu ic tc sianasomcst Periodi
cal in the Worlds A Representative '
aid CMmpAon of Aineru Taste
NOT FOR SALE lij BOOK STORES.
TIIEt ALDINE: whirh
he regularity, has none of thp tum
or iJ7iy interest characteristic
periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany o'f
r Ti "e ' " . ejnMit literature ; and a
of artistic 'skill; in black and Whit, a f
though each succeeding number affords a
fresh pleasure to its friends, the real valnv.
and beauty of THE ALDINE will h
most appreciated alter it has been; bound
up at. tne close , of the yean
While other publications may 'claim shmv.
rior clieapness, as compared with rivals of I
a similar ciass, ri; AjuiiN: is a Unique
and original conception alone and unap-
proaenca aosomteiy witnout competition
alone and unannroached -absolutely
without competition in price or character.
Xhe possessor of a complete volume m
not duplicate t he quantity of line paper and
engravings in any other 'shape or number
oi volumes ior ten times its cost : and then.
i. t. - - ' . - . '
tuure are tne enromos, DesKleS !
joiwnnstanding the increase in the
price or subscription last Fail, when THE
ALDINE assumed its proportions and rep
resentative charcter. the. ei h'nil yrv thii
doubled during the past year ; proving that
w "iciuau puouc appreciate, and will
oupiiun, a sincere enortin the cause of Art.
ine puDiisners, anxious to justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
caciicu uiemseives to the utmost to tfevel
ope and improve the work -. sunrl tht viava
ior th' coming year, as unfolded by the
xosuca, wiuasujnisn ana aeiight
eren tue most sanguine friends of THE
The publishers a nntfirnn-rorl tv o
esigns from many of the most
eminent artists of America.
. In addition, THE ALDINE" will repro-
uuc-c eAuuipies oi me nest loreitm masters
selected with a view to the highest artistic
Bucress, ana greatest general . interest :
avoiding such as have become familiar.
uiruugn pnotograpns, or copies of anv
The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873. will
reproduce four of John S. Davis' inimita
ble c-hild-sketehes, appropriate to the four
seasons, inese plates, appearing in the
issues lor January, April, July and Oeto-
oer. would be alone worth the Dritte of a
The popular features of a copiously illus
trated "Christmas"" number will be con
i,o possess such a valuable epitome of
the art world, at a cost so trifling, will
command the subscriptions of thousands
in every section of the country ; but,
as me uselulness and attraction of
THE ALDINE can be enhanced.
in proportion to the numerical increase of
its supporters, the publishers propose to
make "assurance double sure," by the fol
lowing unparalleled offer of
PREMIUM CHROMOS FOR 1873.
Every subscriber to THE ALDINE, who
pays in advance for the year 1873. will re
ceive, without additional charge, a pair of
Deauiirui on enromos, atter J. J. Hill, the
eminent ingusa painter, fine pictures,
entitled "The Village Belle ,w and "Cross
ing the Moor," are 14x20 incher-are prin
ted from 25 different plates, requiring 25
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 it conductors to keep THK
ALDINE out of the reach of competition
in every department, the chromos will be
lound correspondingly, ahead of any that
can De oitered qy.othej penodicals. Every
u usun er win recej ve a certineate, over
the signature of the publishers, yuaiantee
nj that, the ' chromos delivered ihall be
equal to the samples ; furnished the agent,
orthenioney will be refunded. The dis
tribution, of pictures; of, this grade, free to
the subscribers to f a five dollar periodical,
will mark an epoch, in the history of Art .
and, considering the unbrecendented
cheapness of the price" for THE : ALDINK
itself, the marvel falls little short of a mir
acle, evert to -those best acquainted with
the achievements of. -A inventive t eenius
nd . , improved , mechanical, appliances.
.uiusuauuiis ot uiese enromos, see
November issue of THE ALD INE )
THE IITERAKYi DEPARTMENT
will continue nrider the care of jf r. RTCTT-
ARD HENKY' STODDARD' assisted bv
the best writers and poet of the day;' who1
ALDINE always in keeping with its artis
tie attractions. .tt-r.- t r .... r r
per annum, Jn advance, . witli Oil
THE ALDINE will hereafter, be ob
tainable only by Bxi-scriptaon-n There will
be na reduced or club rates t cash forrsub-r
acriptions mus , be sent to the publishers,
uixecc,- oz nanaea to tne. local agent, wun
mtt feonsiMUy' lo the pubUsher8y except in
ees where thercertificate is given, bearing
the facsimile signature of James Scttok &
Co. TtUv-'wt'l ,i ii --, i- .
AGENTS WAITTED '
'Any person; wishing td act permanently
a 11' iagentr wilt nreceivet full and
prompt information by applying to . ;
JAMES SUTTON & CO., v
dec 5 ca Maiden Lane, New York.
XIITl (IT T n ft M1 KI a 1"' -'-i.i 1 ".U
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;. CHARLOTTE. N. C.. TUESDAY, JANUARY U.
i . ' .. '
KnUT' UT do love Kraut
Wit White Kraut for all who love
deeC J". F. BUTT.
FINE SALT. '
Sacks Factory filled SALT on hand
and for sale hv
STENHOUSE. MACAm,AY m
nov27 . rr;
,il . Von Meycrhoff. .
JRfiP?? form' instruct, and eon-
"7" vvuulu ynanotter jn. u., a 31usical
Aire; income 'from wMoH i t k
income ' from whioH i tn Vw
ro; the Curchasin" of Mans r,wW t,
f fecPParatus for the Charlotte In-
1 rv r "T t i msn lor the Institute
I "n?Iesteal Instruments and ;MusicT such
as are found in Seminaries' of the largest
Cities South and North. These Instru
ments, &c, will be placed in the hands of
w.. ivBwra, wr nie use ol ana to con
?,? ofuTe Charlie
,-.;,.IOF' PS LatUM- .
InstmPtin r,OT-m;fT, XX
xcuua aumission. nnn
lMrZ:,Z"'-- x- v..
Z??0 Society will' please leave
store of Messrs.
Tiddy & Bro.
riOFFEE, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese and
J Rice, just received at
sept 19 A. It. NISBET fe BRO'S.
Buck wheat flour.
SUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
JUST Received, now call and buy and
V also get some of our elegant Goshen
Butter to eat with the enkea n-hn ..- .-
smoking hot, at -
JOHN P. BUTT'S,
I iiivj liwuneu our inenas and cus
A tomers some time since, that our hni- I
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,
ve us the unpleasant duty of denying
To bur many friends and natrons'
turn tnanks, and ask a continuance of
their favors behevinir that bv a strictf an.
plication of the above rules, we will h
able to sell goods cheaper than those who
All bills are due and navable on the 1st
aay oi eacn and every month.
GRIER & ALEXANDER.
jan 1, 1873. ly
-uemoerat please copy.
ELSONS Gelatine, Flavoring Extract
-Li Fresh and of suncrior cmlifr,v
BURWELL '& CO,
dec 21 Springs' Corner.
STATESVJLLE, ft. C.
THE Proprietor of the above named
Hotel respectfully invites the twml rf
Charlotte and the public eenerallv to call
on him when thev visit Statea-ill Wo
will spare neither pains nor monev to
maketheSIMONTON HOUSE a first class
iiui, ana wortny oi public patronage.
1. A. I'KIUJS,
110V 25-tf Pronrietor.
Prescriptions prepared at ail hours
of tlie Day and niglit.
Choice Green and Black Tea,
Selected especially for Family and Inval-
iua at cUAKK o
june 29 ' Drugstore.
just received a lot of select Spices for
ncKies, Preserves, &c, at F.-SCAUR'S
Pure Salad Oil.
Finest article in Market,
at F. SCARE'S
june 29 Drug Sfore.
J, m WADSWORTH has at his Livery
and Sale : Stable, opposite the City"
Clock, .HORSES and MULES for sale and
kept constanly on hand. : . '
nov30 --;L -'; l-
mWOJAcrea of land adjoining the City of
A n Charlotte; ) very . finely situated in a
rapidly H improving neighbcrhoocL' rWill
be sold.etitire, or in lots to suit purchasers,
at a' very reasonable rate. " Apply ttf
V V" 'JOHN T. BUTLEK,
QCt'22 Opposite Mansion IloUse. ; -
' llurder, Eire & Eobbery.
S "I am1 Josing many of ray
Jli mere by crediting them - I
take the liberty of askins : all who owe me
to call and settle up by the lst'of Febrttary
1873 or sooner. J. BUTLER.
QTATmcc jest Book sent frpA
1-V kJ . Address Eale Rnnt Hr.
9 Murray St, N. Y
jan o w
MOMT.V 1:418 ny Jne our
u JX Stncil and key-check
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MTg Co., 66 Fulton Street, N. Y.
jan 3-4w 1 . V - W .
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in meworia. Address AMERTD A K K"VTT
Street, Boston, Mass.
jan 3-4 w
hi Hi f611" wanted! Just out! A
splendid new nhrit . 'udtot
tjic.i4t t " " , "
Urge Map of the "UrTited States" vrith T.
MaP on reverse tide.
msn w-i -r--
VP P Hke wild-fire.
HAASIS & LUBRKHTW
Street, New York.
on r t oTT
90 made Dec. 3d by one Agent selling
HORACE GREELEY Al paVtt.v
A fine engraving, 22x28, inches, sent by
mail for $1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
Jf.enAacn,"?.Th. Cutters, and
xiciii -nreaamg x nimble, price 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novelties
mailed frequently to all old and new
. - AMERICAN NOVELTY Co.,
jan 3-w 302 Broadway, N. Y.
i ( i . -
LOOK J FHEE TO ALL !
A per week to agents, Male or Female
0J To all who will write for an Aeen'
& will be sent FREE to all who may write
Aoaress l UAliSIDK, Paterson, N. J
jan 5-4 w
a complete outfit of the PICTORIAL
HOME BIBLE it is the only Bible in
which a complete History, Encyclopedia,
"BTleSry8 is SiSTS
the cheapest and fastest selling Bible pub-
umeu peauty ana ments make it
Be deceived, but for 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 nrenaration nf 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 an cases oi irritation of the mucous
menbrane these tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healing proper
ties are astonishing.
Be wamed.never neelecta cold.it is ensil v
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exceedinsrlv difficult
use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a specific.
mce oe. per uox. John Q. KellogK. 18
natc ot., m. i., ooie Agent lor the United
States. Send for Circular.
AGENTS WANTED. Act at once.
There is a PILE of money in it. The
people everywhere are Eager to buy the
AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF
Wondrous Discoveries and Thrilling Ad
ventures during 28 years 111 Africa, with
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.
jan 3-4w Publishers, Boston, Mass.
T0 Agents want absolutely the. best sell-
-is ing books ? Send for circulars of
Vents Unabridged IIIus; Family Bible.
Over 1J0O pages 10 by 12 in., 200 pages
Bible Aids, fcc. Arabesque $6.25 Gilt
Edge, 1 clasp, $8.25. Full Gilt, 2 clasps,
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Standard, 46th 1000 ready, Epizootic Treat
ments, &c C. F. Vent, New York and
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rA Everywhere, male and Female, to in
troduce the "Genuine Improved Com
mon Sense Family Sewing Machine.
This machine will stich, hem, fell,
tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and era
in a most . superior manner. Price
$15. Fully licensed and warranted
for five years. We will pay $1,000 for
rjr auy machine that will sew a stronger,
uiufc untuiuui, jx iuuic ciiuui; seam
than ours. It makes the "Elastic
Lock Stitch." Every second stitch
can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart without , tearing it.
We pay agenrs from $15 to $250 per
month and expenses, or a commission
from which twice tliat amonnt can
be made. Address
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Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa., Khicago,
iu., or st. uoms, mo.
jan S-4w : :
Cheap Farms ! Free Homes ! 1
On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad.
12,000,000 acres of the best Farming &
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3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
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' lfD CmUTK, TSBTIVK SOI-,
for Grain errowin's and Stock Raisin, im-
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Cheaper in JPnce, more favorable terms
given, and - more 1 convenient to market
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FREE HOME35TKAPS FOR 'ACTTj A SBTTXEHS. ' '
The best location' for coloniesSoldiers
entitled to a Homestead of 150 acres. ' !
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet.
with new ' maps, published in Entrlish.
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everywhere. Address, . . .f
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Iuid Com'r U. P. R. R. Co.x Omaha Neb.
Tir , w " acoPy oi mat " wonder of h1"'" J" ll "loss aggravated form.
npnaerSf tne illustrated Horn of Plenty. --reyou dejected, drowsy, dull,
it contains over nrtvbeRnfifnl iilnjfTat;.a or aepressed in snin wifv.
A GREAT OFFER !
HORACE WATERS. 481 Broadway v
:-tr7 dijrpoaw of IOO PIAXOSi 1V1.n-
makers, indudirur Water?, at "rem Lmo rmr
for cash " or part caA, ml balance in small
morality xnstcUmentsJSew-l-octave fint-clast
moaern improvement, for f 275
cwA. Aow rearfw a CONCERTO PA RT.nn
ORGAN, the most bemUifhl style ; and ert
ei-cr iiuiue. , lvatstratea .valalogues mail-
. oneet miuic ana Jiusic Merchandise,!
jan iw . ..
is unequaled by anv Wnown Weiitr!
; ' : : .- . I
107 Liberty will eridicate, etripate and thoroughly de
jan 3-4w stroy all poisonous substantances in' the
oiwm ana wiuenectually dispel all predis
position to LUlious deranemlni PfT
"Is there want of action in vnn T.?
fP?UttJi the bfood becomes
Jmpure v deleterious secretions, produc-
'r, "v :J
, - "ei .ci, umutes, c.
i - n vu irrvn a I it..4 . tj . i
J . . j OjcjLiu Dujiuacn r un
less aigesuon is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of the Blood
Dropsical tendency, general Weakness and
iaveyou weakness of the Tntinpq ?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoa; or
Humiliation oi tne xsowels. .., ; :
TTnV 1TT1 WA.Un.nn - C II. .""TT1 .
TT . J ; " wi3 wt uie Lnunne or
unnary urgans 7 - You are exposed to
waieu longueana bad tasting month
A J J. . . , ' . v.i.
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 ; foi
building lip and restoring th Mt.n
COIlSCUUUOll tiO . -V i'.ji .. i
which is pronounced by the leading medi
cal authorities of London and Paais "the
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to the medical world." This is no new
and untried discovery has been long used
by the leading physicians of other coun
tries with wonderful remedial results.
Don't weaken and impair tlie digestive
organs by cathartics and physics they give
only temporary relief Indigestion, "flatu
lency and dyspepsia with
reu uiseases are sure to follow their use.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
J jf " - . " ..x
rf j , Vs " ew lork' Sole Agent for
me sullen ciares.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular, j . jan 34w
At $2 00, $300, $4 50, $5 00, $6 00,
$10 00, $12 00 to $20 00.
At $Cy 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500, $3000, $40 00, $50 00
to $75 00.
Breech -Loading Double Guns. '
At 40 00, $45 00, $5000, $60 00, $7500,
VO W, $110 00, $120 00 to $300 00
Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
auKi. uiu uiuj at manufacturers
Ammunition & Implements
ior Breech-.Loading.Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Importation.
METALIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
A complete assortment of all Sportine
vruuuo , i jiuea auu escnntion sent nn n.
Goods shipped by Express, C. O. P .
POULTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.
Importers, No. 200 W. Baltimore 6St.,
Richard's, Dougal's, Greene's, Scott's, &
uiuer ceieoratea niaKe ot guns on hi n 1
ana imported to ordar.
sept 20 1872-eod ly
IJAKJaJK King Toss. The Tickler fun
x oi tne mnniest. Old curiosity shop
Game ot Natural History. Game of Sel-
nuettA comicalities. Game of popular
Characters from Dickens. The .Flower
uame; .Blind Alphabet and the monks
a new game and old puzzles. Magic or
Romone of life sport. Ademuss and
Dividem wide awake eamei The Social
Oracle. The game of Arithmetic ' fill
proved. Puzzle map of North America.
Alphabet and objects Tablets; Holiday
Arithmetic, a simple and fascinating game.
What Is it; or. how- to make money,
Henry's Penny Puzzle. My Mother's Puz
zle. , Nursery Rhymes Tpuzzie. ; Our Pet
Puzzle. -The Model Ship Puzzle. Uncles
Raphael's 'Puzzle Chromos. Alnhahet
Blocks Toy books and a laage number of
other pretty and interesting things for the
children at Christmas. A call is solicited
by TIDDY 7JROJ
dec 18 ..- if. :v. . if t.ei-,,f.?!--f;hg
St. MARY'S SCHOOLS
:j; RALEIGH, Ni C,
Rev. Aldert Smedes, D. D Rectof!?
, Rey. . Bennett Smedes, A. M. - As tit-.
mHE Sixtv-secand Term of this Srtmnl
-I- will commence; on the Twenty-fifth; of
January it, and continue nn til thet 17th
of June. : For a circular apply; to the Rec
tor, . " " " i?'r
dec24-2w ' -.f. - '' :
Tooth Brushes, Kail
JVm. R. BUJIWELL A CO,i
One Sraareon ti, . t
Uireedays , 2 Ofr
four azyt 2 Sft
' fttm-i-,;; 3 00
ono Week,-.,.. 5 50
two week8..i...;.v 5 00
i. three weeks.i 6 60
f& Contract dvtiliseineirtsi tn
propoTtiontrjr Ibir tates.
Fi-re So aares estimated at a quartr-cot-umrl,
awl ten arc as a half-column..
J. T. BUTLER'S 1 !
WflfrflPQ rfnflffi JaTIL
Tf vUCSf ?C T CI
?Y, Diamond Silver
AND MANY '
Crili JLJE&T IGX,3iE?.
J. T. BUTLER'S
OPPOSITE: TH E MANSION HODSr.
A BOOK FOR THE MlXZJTOIf t
Wl UCL- BriMriaamadrtnUUaualf!
. " " j thMzaIiritai, vflk-tk
hw to preserve the eomplexioa, e. "TV' '
ThUi an iatereeUnc work f two Haadred ud alktr
pecei with namerooi engraving!, and eoataiae Talaabto
infernwtion for thoat ho are married-r .
rian. SUU-Ut.a htok tt.t oa(a t tibTkepTaader
andkey, and bo t laid eareteeelj abeat the hoaae?
1 1 ooBtaloa the experience and advie t a ph deUa
wheee reputation ia world-vide, and iheeld beta theprtT
rau drawer of erery male and female threafhoattfaeeaara
f lobe. It embracea ererrthing on the anbieet e f the tea
ratlra ratem that la worth koowiBg, aad aiaeh that t
aot pnbluhed In any etfaer work..
Sent Ui any one (free of peetage) for Flfl CenU.
8u o Mo tU' DltnMrJ -2 ! wh-
Notice to tie Afflicted and 7n&rtAt&
Before applying to the notoriooi qnaeki who -advertUe i
MbUe papere,or naing any qaaek reatediea peraae r.
Batta werk bo matur what your dieeaaaia, or how deplor
able your oondiUaa. ,
Dr. Batu ooeapiee a doable hoate of twenty-eere.
rooB; l Indorsed by aoaie o f the most eelebratl !.
ea I proreaaora o f this ooaatry aad Barooe. and oaa he en.
eltod personally or by mail
til, on the diseasos meatioBod la
works, omeo aad parlors. No. lilt. Kirkth
Market and Chesnat, St. Loais, Ma.
n t 2-d & w ly
A. R. Hi-bet & Brother
HAVING conjpleted an improvement ir
their Commodious Store- Room Oft
Trade Street, O ie door west of Smith fe
Hammond's Drug Store, ChaiilWttc, N. 01,
are now receiving a well seleetod stoci of
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci
irars, &c, which has been bought W one
of the firm, at a time When the mTet wa
m ist favorable. . They therefore feel satis
iedthat they can sell allcoods in tbph
line as low as any firm m CiiAAotttt. foi
casli or to punctual customers.
They invite Merchants to cive fclipnv n.
call, (as they had a special eve to then
wholesale trade,) and feel warranted in
aying that tliey can sell o as to make it m.
saving to them in their purchases;
They return their thanks to their frieml
a id the generous public for past fTors.;i,nd
sjlicit a jesntinuance of the same.
A. JL KISBFr & BRO.
SOMeTHIKG new and wondeTful frr Cr
Magic line. Call and see it. at
dec 15 .. TIDDTSv
A; IiOt of. fine HORSES and
xx in splendid order.
LIVERY STABLES. Howes and Mnleat
for sale arc kept on hani constantly.
hot o-w .
o& v ; Paper -Bagf.
TEN TH0U8AU Paper Bags '.!,- Straw
r Wi-pping, Paper and Papet Twine, for
sale at PUREFOY'S.
jan 4 .-.v..: . -
MERCHANTS tfeitmg' CTiatfottev'wITl
find Writing Paper and Envelope
very cheapr-al .. , , . PUREFOY'S.
: jan 4
ff5k9. and Famihrroontts, apply to Dr.
J Lindley, over. WlTson & Black's Drug
jan - . . ' '