North Carolina Newspapers

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(The Charlotte Observer;
PUBLISHED DT . ' 1
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POETRY,
lie found at dawn in woodland's deep
Sweet buds still wrapp'd in dewy sleep. '
He cast them on the murnTring tide.
And wistful said, "I'll walk beside, ,
I will not hold them, to my heart,
Lest every death should love' impart,
But when the heat of life is past,
The flowers shall cool my brow at last."
The sound of bells, the song of birds,
He would not hear, nor children's words,
Ho would not see two snffc KI 11 A mroa
f . - - w.a. w v J VJ ?
That sought his own with sad surprise
Hail nng ring saia, "jno, no, not yet !"
And turri'd away with faint regret,
a And so they pass'd unmark'd away,
j The glories of that summer day.
With that glad day each sweet sound
died,
The flowers were lost upon the tide,
And when night fell in cold repose
The stars behind the blue eyes close.
Ah ! foolish heart ! thou wouid'st not
stay
And seize the brightness of to-day,
Naught how remains but longing vain,
The past can never come again.
Gentlemen's Magazine.
Beautiful Present.
A correspondent of the Hickory
'Tavern Eagle writing from Lenoi
says :
Rev. Mr. (Ertel, on Christmas day,
placed in the chancel of St. James
Church the result of nearly two years
labor, and presented it to the Church.
The work consists of a painting and
its frame. The painting, on a back
ground of goldj shows the Saviour of
fering bread and wine to a male and a
female communicant, and is charac
terized by the same depth of relig
ious feeling and faithfulness of ren
dering that, in his former paintings,
have given the distinguished artist
so high a rank among the professors
(of Christain art. Beautiful as the
picture is, however, it is more than
Inatched by the exquisitely carved
tvnd elaborated frame. This is an
architectural design, and reminds
one of the portal of some mediaeval
cathedral. There arc the arch and
pillars of the doorway the buttres
ses the sloping roof--thc lofty spires
and the cross that crowns the struc
tur. Over the picture, forming the
arch,. is a strikingly naturnal repre
sentation in chestnut Wood, of grapes
and heads of wheat. The fruit the
foliage and even the tendrils of the
former being craved with an exact
ness that would be surprising even
were the materal better adapted to
a work of such infinite delicacyi
The slopes of the roof are adorned
with crockets, seemingly alike, but
in truth each in some slight particu
lar varying from the other. On each
Bid' of the roof are pinnacles back
of them stand two angel with
wings folded as if they had just
alighted there and crowning , the
whole towers a double cross. On
every part Of this master-piece-,
composed ot over lour hundred
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leces ot wood, chestnut, oak. nonlar.
lolly, cherry, beech and nine where
work could be put it has been
lavished. Every part susceptible of
ornamentation has been beautified
by tho.toueh of craving tools wielded
as deftly as the artists brush. Flow
ers of many kinds are here, the rose
and cactus blush in cherrv and
the tulip blooms in yellow poplar,
while over various parts of the struc
ture the climbing ivy throws its veil.
No craving of so lofty design or so
Skillful workmanship beautifies the
chancel of any Church in America,
and tlm costly cathedrals of Europe
can boast of few ornaments as
splendid as this. No description
can do it justice and to see it will
well repay a visit to our mountain
town.
Ax Unknown Grave. Maj. H. M.
Miller, Deputy U. S. Marshal, in
passing through a portion of Harnett
county, near the Johnston line, on
Saturday last, came upon the grave
of an unknown Confederate soldier,
alone in the woods, a short distance
Jroni the road. The grave evidently
had been taken good Care of bv some
kind soul, but all traces of the re
mains are passing away. Maj Mil
ler is certain of the following inscrip
tions : "D. W. M. Co. B., 40th Ala.
Kegt. ' Under these words was a
piece of poetry, but all Maj. M.
could make out of it as was follows:
"No matter whence he came."
Maj. M. cannol describe the locali
ty sufficiently to guide a stranger
in those parts but will take pleasure
in going to the spot with any person
leeling an interest in the recovery
of the lost remains. RaL Sentinel.
DISSOLUTION.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
Jw.een McMURRAY, DAVIS & CO., has
tins day been dissolved by mutual consent.
TUTTTusiness will be continued by Mc
MURRAY fc DAVIS on a larger scale than
ever. . '
With many thanks to a generous public
ior the very liberal patronage extended us
ior the past five years, we beg a continu
ance of the same.
Tnr, 10 0 J. W. McMURRAY,
Jan 12, 1873. J. N; DAVIS. !
-xr.J - A CARD. .
With many thanks to our friends and
natrons generally, for the liberal patronage
Z 7We? uPon McMurray, Davis & Co., we
peg to state that we have withdrawn, and
j 8 80 we respectfully ask that our
inends will still bestow upon McMurray
JJavis the patronage so liberally extend
ed t0 us.v V. H; H HOUSTON,
Jan- 12, 1873. WM. CROW- '
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ACARONI.
A fresh' supply at ?n
SCARR'S.
dec 10
V r,UA-BLE City Property for 1 Sale.
easy.
. Apply to
C. Vf. ALEXANDER.
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Vol. VHI.
Prospectus foi; 1873. Sixth Year.
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T HE A L D I N E ,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to be the Handsomest Periodi
cal in the World. A Representative
and Champion of American Taste.
NOT FOR SALE IN BOOK STORES.
THE ALDINE, which is issued with alH
tne 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 rarest specimens
of artistic skill in black and white. 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
up at the close of the year.
While other publications may claim supe
rior cheapness, as compared with rivals of
a similar class, THE ALDINE is a unique
and original conception alone and unap
proached absolutely without competition
alone and una pproacbed absolutely
without competition in price or character.
The possessor of a complete volume can
not duplicate the quantity of finepaper and
engravings in any other shape or number
of volumes for ten times its cost : and then,
there are the chromos, besides !
ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwithstanding the increase in the
price of 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
oie 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
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
kindi
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.
The popular features of a copiously illus
trated "Christinas" number, will be con
tinued. To possess such a valuable epitome of
the art world, at a cost s 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,
m 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
beautiful oil chromos, alter J. J. Hill, the
eminent English painter. .The pictures,
entitled "The Village Belle,'' and "Cross
ing the Moor," are 14x20 inches 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 its conductors to keep THE
ALDINE out of the reach of competition
in every department, the chromos will b
found correspondingly ahead of any that
can be offered by other periodicals. Every
subscriber will receive; a certificate, over
the signature of the publishers, yuaiantee
in7 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 .
and, considering the ; . unpreccn dented
cheapness of the price for THE . ALDINK
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 LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care of Mr. RICH
ARD HENRY STODDARD, assisted by
the best writers and poets of the day, who
will strive to have, the literature of THE
ALDINE always in keeping with its artis
tic attrartions.; -" '"..,
?r;--f terms. :: ;..
$5 pet annum, in advance, with , Oil . j
. ; ; Chromos free. ,
: THE AliDXNE? wiiiiiereafter, , be', ob
tainable only by subscription. There will
be no reduced or cluh rates ; cash' for .sub
scriptions must be sent to the publishers
direct, or handed to the local agent, with
out respowibUttylto the publishers, except 'j in
cases where the certificate is given, bearing
the facsimile signature of James Sorros &
Co. .vs.
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nly tj AGKENTS VyEDv
' Any persohVwishihg to act piaheiitly
as a local agent,'' will receive . full ; ana
prompt information by applying to, ; '
JAMES SUTTON & CO.,
Publishers,
dec 5 58 Maiden Lane, New York.
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' CHARLOTTE, N. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18.
TZRAUT, KRAUT, do you love Kraut
xi. Elegant white Kraut for all who love
' J. F. BUTT,
dec 6
FINE SALT.
1 A A Sacks Factory filled SALT on hand
-lw ana ior sale by
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
nov 27
L. Von Meyerhoff.
xjvjtwi, Loiorm, instruct, and con-
x duct, m Charlotte, N. C, a Musica:
feociejy ; and to give musical festivals
ine income from which, is to 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 m Seminaries of the largest
Cities South and North. These Instru
ments, &c., will be placed in the hands of
the lrustees, for the use of, and to con
tmue 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
mcnipers oi the Society will please leate
their names at the book store of Messrs
Tiddy & Bro.
dec 7-Gm
iiOFFEE, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese and
J luce, j nst received at
sept 19 A. R. NISBET & BRO'S.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
BUCK WHEAT.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR
I tlal Iteceived, now call and buv and
tJ also get some of our ' eletrnnt. ftnslipn
Butter to eat with the cakes when th pv arf
smoking uot, at
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JOHN F. BUTT'S,
dec 6 Market.
The Change.
YW A ITT 1VT'- i r "l m 4 -.
u AviiNunotinea our trienols and cus-
XX tomers some time since, that our busi
xicss woum cnange January 1st, 1673, we
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are pleased to sav 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,
it you are in arrears don'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 ap
plication ot 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.
CR1EU & ALEXANDER,
jan 1, 1873, ly
SIMGNTON HOUSE.
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rTlHE Proprietor of the above named
X Hotel respectfully invites the people of
unarlotte and the public generally to call
on him when theyi visit Statesville. He
will spare neither pains nor money to
make the SIMONTON HOUSE a first class
HOTEL, and worthy of public patronage.
T. A. PRICE,
nov 25-tf 'Proprietor.
F. SCAER,
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CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Prescriptions prepared at all hours
of the Day and night.
Choice Green and Black
Tea,
Selected especially
ids, at
june 29
for Family and
Inval-
SCARR'S
Drug Store
FRESn SPICES,
Just received a lot of select Spices for
Pickles, Preserves, &c, at F. SCARR'S
june 29 Drug Store.
Pure Salad Oil.
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 for sale and
kept constanly on hand,
nov 30
For Sale.
f II l7fY A nvAO loTtrl orlirwininor f P (7lfv of
1- Charlotte. Very finely situated inT aI
ranidlr imnrovine neighborhood. Ayw
be sold entire, or in lots to suit purchasers,
at a very reasonable rate. Apply to
oct22 . " Opposite Mansion. House.
llnrder, Fire & Robbery.
S I am 'osing many of my custo
mers bv r crediting them 1 would
take the liberty of aJSng all who owe me
to call and settle up by the lst'of February
1873 or sooner: ; ; J. T. BUTLER.
dec 29 - -i' ' , V'1" - " - -
- Writing Paper.
HI MERCHANTS visiting Charlotte, will
Jjl find Writing Paper and Envelopes
very cheap, at I'UKKKurs.
jan 4 .
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New Advertisements.
QpnRTQ'JEST Boot sent free
A- vJ-LXO Address Easrle Book Co.
9 Murray St., N. Y
jan d-4y
VI I I IX M V -"isny maae with our
J-vxi UJ x Stencil and key-check
outnt. ysf Circulars Free. Stafford
ju rg uo., w Fulton Street, N. Y.
jan 3-4w
WANTED
AUKiJN JH $iwu per
month to sell thp
rwVJSU AMERICAN FAMILY KNIT-
MACHINE. The xhnnlpst. nnd
in the world. Address AMERICAN KN1T-
liiSu MACHINE Co., 345i Washington
owi) Boston, jyiass. jan 3-4w
500
Agents wanted ! Just out ! A
splendid new Christ ; "CTTRTST
J3LJ3SlJNi LITTLE CHILDREN." Im
mense sales ! 500 agents, wanted for our
large Map ot the "United States" with im
mense "World" Map on reverse side.
uur Maps and Charts go like wild-fire
waasis & LUURECTH, Empire Map
and Chart
oiaunsiiment, xuv liberty
Street, New York.
jan 3-4 w
$90 made Dec. 3d bv
one
Agent
selling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY,
A hne engraving, 22x28, inches, sent by
mail for $1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
and Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, price 25 cpnts
eacn. circulars ot various othr Nnvltii
iiiuwea ireiuemiy to ail old and new
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agents, address
AMERICAN NOVELTY Co.
jan 3-4w 302 Broadway, N. Y
LOOK ! FREE TO ALL !
per week to agents, Male or Female.
lo all who will write for an Aeon
cy we will send a copy ot that ' Wonder of
Wonders," the Illustrated Horn of Plenty
It contains over fiftv beautiful illustrations
& will be sent FREE to all who may write
Address I GARSIDE. Paterson. N. J.
jan 3-4 vv
FREE
TO
Book Ascents
GIFT
a complete outht of the PICTORIAL
HOME BIBLE it is the only Bible in
which a complete History, Encyclopedia.
Analysis of the Scriptures, and Improved
Classified "Bible Dictionary is given ; its
uncqualed jbeauty and merits make it
the cheapest and fastest scllinir Bible nnh-
lished. WM. FLINT it CO..
jan 3-4w Atlanta, Ga.
DON'T
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o uecciveu, put ior couchS. colds, sore
throat, hoarseness and bronchial difficul
ties, use only
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations are on the market.
but the only sc;e ltilic 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-
j.. .1 ... A
iieo ale cuuuuiieu against using any oiner.
In all casf s of irritation of the mucous
men bran e these tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healins: proper
ties are astonishing.
Be warned.never neglect a cold.it is er.silv
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exccedinslv difficult.
use Wells ( arbolie Tablets as a specific.
Price 25c. per Box. John Q. Kellogg,
1S
Piatt St., N. Y., Sole Agent
for the United
btates. Send for Circular.
jan 3-4w
AGENTS WANTED. Act at once.
There is a PILE of money in it. The
people everywhere 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
GOO paires, only $1.50. is sellinsr 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.
DO Agents want absolutely the best sell
ing books ? Send for circulars ot
Vent's Unabridged Illus. Family Bible.
Over 1J00 pages 10 by 12 in., 200 pages
Bible Aids, &c. Arabesque $0.25 Gilt
Edge, 1 clasp, $3.25. Full Gilt, 2 clasps,
11.00. "Belden : the White Chief." For
Winter Evenings, 36th 109Q ready. The
Standard, 46th 1000 ready, Epizootic Treat
ments, &c. C. F. Vent, New lork and
Cincinnati, Vent & Goodrich. Chicago.
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jan o-4W
Q$75TO$250FRM'H
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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 em-
ln a most superior manner. Price
$15. Fully licensed and warranted
for five years. We will pay $1,000 for
I
auy machine that will sew a stronger,
more beautiful, or more elastic scam
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 that amonnt can
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be made. Address
SECOMB&BO.,
Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa., Khicago,
111., 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 in America.
s,uuu,uoo Acres m Nebraska, in the
Platte Valley, now for sale.
MILD CLIMATE, FERTILE BOIL,
for Grain growing and Stock Raising un
surpassed by any m the United States.
Cheaper in Price, more favorable terms
given, and more convenient to market
than can bo, found elsewhere. t
FREE HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETT LEES.
The bestlocation for colonies Soldiers
entitled tpaomestead of 150 acres.-
Sendfjr the thew Descriptive Parriphlet,
with new mapa published in English,
German, Swedish; and Danish, mailed free
everywhere. Address,
O. F. DAVIS,
Land Com'r W. P. R. R. Co.. Omaha, Neb.
jan d-4v
1873
No. 1,236
A GREAT OFFER !
HORACE WATERS, 481 Broadway, N.
1., will dispose of IOO PIANOS, MELO
DEONS, and ORGANS, of six iSrst-Hass
makers, including Waters', at "very low prices
for cash," or part cash, and balance in small
monthly instalments Aew-7-octave first-class
i'iAjU2, modern xmprovements, for 9275
cash. Now ready a CONCERTO PARLOR
ORGAN, the most beautiful style and perfect
ionc ever maae. illustrated, tntatogues mail-
eu. aneei music ana JUusic Merchandise.
jan 3-4 w
is unequaied by ay known remedy. It
win eriaicate, extnpate and thoroughly de-
strov ail poisonous suhsLintjincM in tii
Blood and will eflFectually dispel all predis-
iupinuii 10 uiuious derangement.
''Is there want nf ar-finr 111 irmn. T J. I
Spleen? Unless relieved the blood becomes
impure by deleterious secretions, produc-
ing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches.
scions, i-ustuics, Lanter, iimpics, Ac.
nave vou a DvsneDtic stomach ? TTn-
less digestion is promptly aided the svstem
is debilitated with povertv of the RlnnH
Dropsical tendency, general Weakness and
nieina.
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.nave you weakness of the Thttffnps ?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoae or
innamation ot the Bowels.
T T(l IT -VT-V n n 1 . P ll. I
iiurc j uu nuiiiuess oi uie ucurine or
urinary urgans ( You -are pinnsml t
sunering in its most aggravated form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish
or depressed 111 spirits, w'th headache
coated tongue and bad tastinsr month ?
For a certain remedy for all of these dis
eases, weaknesses nnrl trnnhloa iw.n
sing and puntying the vitiated blood and
imparting vigor to all the vital forces : for
Duildmg up and restoring the weakpnoH
constitution JLS.E
J U R U B E B A
which is pronounced bv the leading
cai authorities of London and Paais "the
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most powerful tonic and alterative known
to the medical world." This is no new
ana untried discovery has been lone used
by the leadu g physicians of other mnn.
mes wun wonacrjta remedial results.
Don t weaken and impair the digestive
organs by cathartics and physics they give
omy temporary renei Indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kind
red diseases are sure-to follow thpir nw.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
18 Piatt St.s New lork. Sole As-nnt for
the United States.
Tice Une Dollar per Bottle. S n 1 for
Circular. ian s4w
o-uiNrs-
SINGLE GUNS.
At $2 00, $300, $4 50, $5 00, $6 CO. $8 00.
?1U UU, 51Z UU to if 20 UU.
Double Guns.
At $G 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500. $3000. $4000. $5000
to
Breech-Loading Double Guns.
At
$40 00, $45 00, $50 00, $G0 00, $75 00,
UU, ifllU UU, 12U uu to 300 00.
PISTOLS.
Smith & Wesson. Colt's. Allen's Witnev
ana otner Kinas, at manutacturers
prices.
Ammunition & Implements
or Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Importation.
METALIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
AND PISTOLS AT LOWEST MAR
KET TRICES. '
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A complete assortment of all BportinE
uoocis : I'nces ana Description sent on ar
)lication.
Goods shipped by Express, C. 0. J?
POULTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.
Importers,
No. 200 W. Baltimore St.
Baltimore.
Riciiard's, Dougal's, Greene's.
Scott's, A
011 hand
other celebrated make of guns
and imported to order.
sept 20 1872-eod ly
New Games.
TjARLOR Ring Toss The Tickler fun
J. of the funniest. Old curiosity shop
Game of Natural History. . Game, of Sel
huettf comicalities. Game of I popular
unaracters irom Uickens. The f lower
Game. Blind Alphabet and the monks
a new game ana 01a puzzles. .Magic or
Ronione ' of life sport. Ademuss and
Divideiu Avide awake game. The' Social
uracie. me game 01 Anthmeuc im
proved. Puzzle map of North America,
Alphabet and objects Tablets, i Holiday
Arithmetic, a simple and lascinatlng game.
What Is it ; or how to make pioney.
Henry s Penny Puzzle. My Mothers Puz
zle. Nursery Rhymes Puzzle. Our Pets
Puzzle. The Model Ship Puzzle- : i Uncles
Raphael's Puzzle Chromos. Alphabet
Blocks Toy books and a laage rilnnber of
other pretty and interesting things i for the
cniioreu at uunsimas. a can is solicited
by TIDDY d? BRO.
dec 18 f !i
St. MARY'S SCHOOL.
RALEIGH, N. C. l
Rev, Aldert Smedes, D. D.r Rector.
Rev. Bennett Smedes, A M. lAs't.
mHE Sixty-second TeYm of this 'School
JL will commence on the Twenty-fifth of
January 1872, arid continue until the 17th
of Jurte. For a circular apply to the Rec
tor. . .;.?'.
dec 24-2w u
HAIR Brushes,.
BruslS.
TPodth Brushes, Nail
Wm. R. BUR WELL & CO,
dec 21 SpringsVCoxner.
KEROSENE LAMPS, 5 ' !
, BURWELLfcCO
dec 21 il
RATES OP ADVERTISING.
Owgquateone time.fc......i...........$i 00
two daysMv.. l so
" " three days. 2 00
" four days,.......-. 2 CO
" " five days., , 3 00
" one week...,..,.,. 3 50
M m T9 weeks...,,., 5 00
three Weeks.......,.. 6 0
" on month im.,... ... 8 00
fSf Colitract Advertisements taken al
proportionately low rates. ,
Five Squares estimated at a quarter-col
umn, and ten squares as a halfcolunim
THE
CHARLOTTE FA
J. T. BUTLER'S!!
NEW GOODS.
Wftf pJlOC rinL G IatTL
" "vUlaj VlUIIliSt
ry, Diamonds, Silver
and Plated Ware,
Spectacles, &c-
MUSIC BOXES
AND MANY
OTHBE AETICIiES
TOO' NUMEROUS
J. T. BUTLER'S
OPPOSITE THE MANSION HOUSI
October 22
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
2Carriage
A pnritUMOBMlortO
llarritd cF tbos aboal tor
marry on the phrriologlml
mntcrlet and rTlmtiotiof
laUf t difoTriei in prodnelng and prartnUnc ot&princ.
Iiaw ... - .1.- ..nU.l j.- ' '
Thiaii ao inleraating work of two hundred attd lit
pagea.with nameroaa enfraringi, and eontaina TalaaUa'
information for thoie who are married.or contemplate mar-
nag. Btiuittta eooK mat ongnt to be kept andor lock
and key, and not laid eareleaily about the boaae.
It eontaina the experience and advice of a pbyaiciair
whoie reputation ii world-wide, and ihonM ha I tk .ri.
Tate drawer of ereiTinale and Iritnl.ihmn.hnni k.
(lobe. It embrace! everything on the object o f the gen
entire iritem that ia worth knowing, and maoh that U
w. pywuHN in but ouer won.
Bent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cent.
AddreatDr. Bntta' DliMuirt.Na. 10V. rh.k '
St.LouU.lio. ' "
Notice to the Afflicted and UnfortunAte.
Before applrinc to the notorioui auackt who adeartUa
6ublie paperi,or uelng any quack remedial perase Dr.
utta' work no matter what your disease la, or how daplor-
able your condition.
Dr. Butu occupies a double house of twenty-sere
rooma ; i i ndoried by some o f the moat celebrated nudi
ealprofeaaors of thla country and Europe, andcaa beeon
ulted peraonally or by mail, on the diaeaaea mentioned lot
his works. Office and parlors. Mo. II M. Klchtkt atraasm
Ktweeo Market and Cheiaut, St. Louis, He.
n v 2-d & vr ly
A. E. Nisbet & Brother
HAVING completed an improvement in?
their Commodious Store Room or
Trade Street, o le door west of Smith A
Hammond s Drug Store, Charlotte. N. C.
are now receiving a well selected stock of
Groceries, Musical Instruments, Toys, Ci
gars, &c., which has been bought bv one
of the firm, at a time w.ien the market w
m ;st favorable. They therefore feel satis
tie I that they can sell all goods in theii
line as low as anv firm in Charlotte. fof
cash or to punctual customers.
I hey invite Merchants to rnve them st
call, (as they had a special eye to their
wholesale trade,) and feel warranted in
saying that they can sell to as to make it
saving to them in their purchases.
lhey return their thanks to their friend
and the generous public for past favors', ami
s licit a continuance of the same.
A. R. NISBET Sc BRO,
FOB SAUST-
Lot of fine HORSES arid MUXES,
. in splendid cfrder. At UAVinSOITft
LIVERY 8TAtiLES, Horses and Male
for sale are Kept on hand constantly.
nov
FEESH
OYSTERS
f D A ,Y
Ykf E would like to supply the citizens ill
if any Quantity from a tint to attv lar
gcr quantity, and will send tliem to your
houses and save ofc the ttnnhl nf
sending for them, so thai yon can havo
them for breakfast, dinner or 8umer. I will
send them to you everv dav or s often tit
the Week as. you may select, bv learina
your orders at , Y, BUTT'S,
pct3p-contf : Mafkct,
BUCKWHEAT CAKES all smoking hot,
. . covered over with yellow, fk-h, rood
Goshen Butter What is more!, palatable
for Breakfast Well we have i ust received
an elegant Lot of the material to make
them, and we Will sell tbe receipt for a
small price,
ALSO,
Just received, Irish Potatoes. Cafcbaee,
Chesnuts, &c., at
JOHK F, BUTT'S.
dec 31 Market
    

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