North Carolina Newspapers

SimfaYi'TajuLary 19, 1873.
Japan is agitatea just now iy ine
cliscuWion of ihe question of I-Leli-
giotts toleration.
JTlie -Credit- Mobiiier-Jnveitigation.
clevelopes the fact that many of the
leading Congressmen are tainted.
The capture and destruction of
pirates in Chinese waters is one of
tb .amusements of 'the Heathen
Chinee. ) i-sfriJi 111?
The Italian State is shaking itself
loose from the church. The latest
step in this direction is the passage
of a law forhidding Theological in
struction in the Public Schools. 5
Important reforms are going on in
Japan. The yellow-legged nation
is rapidly becoming enlightened
and civilized. The male Japanese
have been informed that they will
no longer be required to shave their
heads, but the top knot must be re
tained. The Spanish government denies
that its movement -towards the abo
lition of slavery is the result of
American pressure. The govern
ment does it in obedience to its own
The first execution that has taken
place in Madrid since the revolution
of 1868 occurred on the" 15th inst.
The crime of the condemned was a
triple assassination. The execution
was witnessed by an immense
Ballotting for United States Sena
tor in Arkansas continues. And
in Louisiana no choice has yet been
made by the people's legislature.
Warmouth's chances of electiou are
lessening, and it is probable he will
be defeated.
The proposition to refund the cot
ton tax is meeting with favor in
Congress, though it has some strong
opponents. The subject comes up
before the Committee of Ways and
Means Tuesday. The action of the
Committee will be awaited with
deep interest by the Southern plan
ters and cotton merchants.
An American company has bought
the Bay of Samanain one of the is
lands of West India. The Bay is to
. be declared by the company a free
port to all the world. The Haytien
Minister at Washsngton thinks the
American purchasers will find (hey
have made a bad speculation itbe
ingfitfor nothing but a naval sta
tion. The Modoc Indian war continues.
The latest news from the seat of war
is to the effect that" the Modoc war
riors under command of Capt. Jack
n-re about to cave in. They were in
' l ViVVC, iCll ClglJl D lttC , tllJU Dili-
. rounaea oy tne gallant uregon mili
tia, who on last Thursday had "got a
battery of howitzers into position
and were ready to open the battle on
Friday. Ben Wright's cave is in
: Grant county, Oregon, two or three
; hundred miles from the Pacific
I coast.
In relation to the pardoning of
s Holden the Raleigh Sentinel says:
; The Legislature is called upon to
pardon Holden and relieve him of
j. the disabilities imposed by the high-
est court known to the State we
i mean the high court of impeach
ment. We have looked in vain to
; find anywhere in the Constitution
where the power is given to the Leg
islature to pardon an impeached and
; convicted criminal. The Constitu
tion places the pardoning power in
; the Governor. Article III, Section 6
; says:
! "The Governor shall have power
, to grant reprieves, commutations
; ana pardons, after conviction, for
; air oriences, except in cases of im-
; peachment, upon such condition as
; he may think proper."
ihis incident occurred at the fu
j neralof Napoleon III While the
I Prince Imperial was returning from
i the Chapel to; the family" Mansion,
! he was saluted with the cry of " Vive
i Jj Ampereur r In reply, to the salu
i tation he exclaimed, 'The Emperor
is cead, vive la France V -J
i me salutation of the (enthusiastic
henchmen may be prophetic. The
saj ciry once sounded- strangely in
j tne ears ot the great monarch who
nas just ended his career in exile at
-Chiselhurst. It was on the occasion
of a grand ball given a, quarter of a
century ago ; at Lyons, in '? honor o
JNapoieon, who was. then, Presi
dent off the "French Republic He
was plain Mr. President at that time
and his deep laid schemes for grasp
ring the sceptre, were known jo but
few : trusted friends. He withdrew
from the brilliant throng in the bal
v room at an early hour in the eve
ning, and as he quietly took his de
parture he passed a soldier on guard
.m ine nail. The, sentinel Saluted
nim in the usual military style: he
did more : in a scarcely audible tone
he whispered "Vive UEmpereur!"
The citizen-president returned the
salute with jngnnjh
passed on.-Alh6tt lime afterii
i nciden tda&re&i&e ainciviliait
made his elbrilliant 'coup fiFetat,
seized the crowh and' sceptre, and
assumed the royal; purple, which he
everrpar.tpd with tfntil France went
down' before German bayonets.
" I)tuTIap6Ieon waZli dreamer iii
hisyqUlh Burlte; had faith in the
magic1 poTOir of 'his narhe; he fixed
his eye upon the: throne pf France,
and through all the dark days of his
exile and imprisonment he never
lost sight of his object. By force of
Undaunted perseverance and" the ex -ertiopofX;
hlighty will, combined
with perfect faith in himself and a
confident hope in the final success
of his seemingly wild and visionary
schemes he. accomplished his grand
purpose and became the most bril
liant and powerful among the crown
ed heads of J3u rope.
The pale,"; sickly boy whose ears
were startled at Chjselhurst the oth
er cfay by f he 'istf-a&vive Fekpefeur"
name without a regal sceptre. But
if he has inherited along with it the
vaulting ambition, lofty daring, in
domitable preseverance and brilliant
talents of the Bonapartes, the world
may yet see this Woolwich cadet,
"who is not over strong," wielding
the sceptre of Imperial France, and
bearing the royal title of "Napoleon
Friday, January 17, 1873
The Senate was called to order
11 o'clock by the Lieutenant
Journal of yesterday was read and
By Mr. Cunningham, a 'bill
amend chapter 185' laws of 1869,
regard to townships. Kelerred
the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Allen, a bill to amend an
act chartering the Wilmington Life
Insurance Company. Referred to
Committee on Insurance.
By Me. Nicholson, a bill. to amend
chapter 71, laws of 1871-72. Referr
ed to Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Stilley, a bill to incorporate
the North and South Air Line Rail
road. Referred to Committee on
By Mr. Stilley, a bill to provide for
a special rate of interest. Referred
to Committee on Propositions and
By Mr. Powell, a bill in relation to
fees of Justices of the Teace and Con
stables. Introduction of Resolutions.
By Mr. WTaring, a resolution in re
gard to the Insand Asylum.
By Mr. Respes3, a resolution rais-
g a Joint Committee to examine
and cancel vouchers in the Auditors'
Bv Mr. Flemming, a resolution of
inquiry as to the feasibility of estab-
lshing a liureau ot statistics oi Agri
culture and Immigration. I Referred
to1 Committee on Immigration.
Bv Mr. Murrav, a resolution of in
struction to Judiciary Committee.
Bv Mr. Merrimon, a resolution in
avor of Hon; James L. Henrv.
The resolution provides for tne au
diting of the accounts of Judge Hen
ry at the rates ot $100 per week, lor
the l.o'ding of terms of the Courts of
Oyer and lerminer in several of the
Western counties of the State.
Under a suspension of the rules the
resolution was taken up.
On its passage on the third read
ing, Mr. Respess called the yeas and
nays, which resulted in 68 yeas and
Under a suspension of the rules,
the bill of Mr Allen's to amend the
charter of the Wilmington N. C. Life
Insurance Company was taken up
and passed its several readings.
Senate bill in regard to tne tating
of depositions before Justices' Courts
passed its third reading,
House bill JNo. z, to repeal cnapter
m m - a . 1
89. laws of 1871 and 72, passed its
third reading.
Senate bill No. 91. prescribing tne
duties of the Supreme Court, passed
its second reading.
Senate bill No. 182, a bill m rela
tion to the duties of the Register of
The bill requires the Register of
Deeds to keep an alphabetical record
of the eranter aud grantee of all
deeds, etc., in his office. .
The bill was laid on the table,
On motion of Mr. Humphrey, the
bill to incorporate the North Caroli
na Railway Company was made the
special order for 12 ; o clock to-mor
row.- .;' !
Mr. Cunningham was requested to
state that Mr.i Price. Senator from
Rowan, aud Davie, was confined to
his room by sickness.
Mr. unamDeriain was granted in
definite leave of absence' on account
of sickness I ;
. At 10 a, m., Mr. Speaker Robinson
called the Mouse to order.
The Journal of yesterday was read
and approved. . - y
.Mr. Johnston presented a . memo
rial from certain citizens of Bnn-
combe county! praying the Legisla
ture not to interfere with the sale of
the Western N. C. Railroad.
Mr. Black well presented a memo
rial ot the same character. i
By Mr. Badger, a bill to protect the
agricultural interests of the State.
Referred. U -
,By Mr Brown, of Davidson, a bill
concerning the Register , of Deeds in
the several counties of thStatef
r !By Mr. Turner, a bill to amend
chapter 7,iaws oi iu-ijie
By Mr. Brown, of Mecklenburg, a
bill to -incorporate the township of
Huntersville, Mecklenburg county.
PyMr. Bean, of, Randolph, a bill
t6'all6W enterers of vacant laiids to
obtain grants. PJaced on calendej. 1
By Mr. itnoaes, a diu to amend
chapter 139, laws of 1870 and 71. Re
ferred. '.
By Mr. Badger, a bill to establish
a system of procedure in criminal
cases. Referred M
By Mr. Carson, a bill to amend
chapter 50, laws of 1871 and 72. Re
ferred. By Mr. Shinn, of Cabarrus, a bill
to incorporate Eureka Lodge, A. Y.
M., Cabarrus county. .
By Mr. Haynes, a bill to prohibit
the giving to or selling minors intox
icating drinks. Referred.
On motion of Mr. Bean, of Ran
dolph, the rules were suspended and
the bill to allow enterers of vacant
lands further time to obain grants
was taken up. (Allows two years
The bill to amend the act to ex
tend the time for the registration of
deeds, was taken up.
Pending its discussion, the arrival
of the
was announced, to wit : the bill to
amend the school law.
On motion of Mr. Johnston, the
bill was recommitted to the Commit
tee on Education, with all of the
pending amendments.
The consideration of the bill to
extend the time of the registration
of deeds, fcc, was resumed.
After undergoing amendment, the
bill passed its several readings.
The bill extends for two years,
from the 31st of March, 1S73, the
time for the registration of all deeds
and other instruments required or
allowed to be registered, except mort
gage deeds, trust deeds and marriage
By Mr. Moring, by consent, a bill
to exempt persons from jury service
who have attained the age of sixty,
On motion of Mr. Bennett, the
rules were suspended and Senate bill
to amend the charter of the Wil
mington North Carolina Life Insur
ance Company was taken up and
passed its several readings.
The resolution putting out the
keeping of the State Library by con
tract, was taken up and adopted.
The bill to amend sub division 2,
section 7, chapter 139, laws of 1870-1,
was taken up and, on motion of Mr.
Stanford, was laid on the table.
By Mr. Morrison, by consent, a bill
to amend sections 224 and 228, Code
of Civil Procedure. Referred.
By Mr. McGehee, by consent, a bill
concerning corporations. Referred.
By Mr. Dula, by consent, a bill to
modify section 1, chapter, 42 Revised
Code. Referred.
The bill to amend the act concern
ing the appointment of Judges to
hold special terms was taken up and
passed its several readings.
The bill to amend seotion 1, chap
ter 60, laws of 1870 and 1 was taken
up and, on-motion of Mr. Brown, of
Davidson, was laid on the table.
By Mr. Bean, by consent, a bill to
repeal chapter 71, laws of 1871-2.
A bill to amend the act to lay off
the homestead and personal prop
erty exemption, was taken up and
passed its second reading, and under
a suspension of the rules, it came up
on its third reading.
The bill provides that where the
homestead has been once laid off bv
creditors it cannot again be so laid
off under subsequent levies, except
in cases of liaud.J
Mr. Moss opposed its passage. He
thought it a dishonest bill, and might
operate to defraud the creditor of his
ust rights.
MrStanford thought it was a just
measure, as it gave tne untortunate
and worthy debtor some protection
against a hard, grinding creditor, &c.
Mr. Houston moved to postpone
until Thursday at 12 m.
Mr. Craige, the introducer of the
bill, explained the provisions of the
bill, and urged its immediate pas
sage, &c.
Mr. Perry, of Bladen, hoped the
bill would pass.
Mr. Turner moved to lay the bill
on the table. The yeas and navs
weie called and the motion was re
jected by a vote of yeas 2, nays 95.
Mr. Brown, ot Davidson, lavored
the passage of the bill.
On motton ot Mr. Uraige, the pre
vious question was called.
Mr. Houston's motion to postpone
to Thursday was put to a vote and
Ihe bill then passed its second
reading under a suspension of the
Mr. Moss thought the bill unconsti
tutional, and it - certainly gave dis
houest debtors a large scope to shel
ter themselves from meeting their
just obligations. He wished as much
as any man to protect and assist the
poor, but in doing so he did not wish
to enact a law which would offer a
premium for dishonesty.
Mr. Badger favored the bill.
On motion of Mr. Craige, the pre
vious question was called.
The question recurred upon an
amendment offered by Mr. Joyner.
of which notice had been given, Iim-
iting the time to two years, and : it
was rejected.
The yeas and nays Were called and
the bill passed its third reading by a
vote of yeas 92 nays 14.
The Greensboro' Tairiot says ; Mr.
Will Benbow is erecting a handle
factory, at Oak Ridge, in thin county.
The handle business is becoming
quite an industry in this State, the
factories now numbering aboutcight,
we believe, the two in this city being
the largest and doing the most ex
tensive business.
Hapoleon's FcneraL
... London, Jan. 15, 1873.
The funeral of Hisrlate Majesty
Napoleon Bonaparte ILL; ex-Eniper-
or pftFjancetookjIplaHlro1 Chiselr;
p-urst, thefresidehcef tbVxiled im
perialist. French Familyr the fore
noon to-day. ? Cy
The hour of ten o'clock in the
morning was designated as ihe time
for the procession to commence to
move towards the church; but)it was
thirty minutes past teii ' before the
beare-which was to ctjnveythe-TC'-mains
to the place of burial drew up
in front of the grand entrance which
leads to the mansion. On both sides
of the hearse were the imperial arms,'
surmovnted by the letter N, and ft
great crowd of people, which was,
steadily increasing momentarily, surr
rounded the vehicle. Imineiise
throngs had congregated near to the
house and along the line of advance
just previous to the starting of the
A deputation of Paris workmen,
who were to walk to the head of the
procession, arrived at the same time
with the hearse. They wore immor
telles in their, coats and carried
wreaths of yellow flowers in their
The coffin was covered with im
mortelles and violets: " -
One thousand metropolitan police-,
men from London lined the road way
leading from the house where the
ex-Emperor died to the chapel where
the funeral services took place.
Flags were displayed at half-mast
and emblems of mourning were float
ed at every avaliable point along the
line of route.
The church bells tolled the usual
notice of an English funeral.
Her Majesty Queen Victoria did
not attend the funeral in person, but
was represented by the Right Hon
orable the Viscount Sydney, Lord
Chamberlain of Her Majesty's House
hold. . .:
Her Majesty the ex-Empress Eu
gene was too ill in health to permit
her attendance at the funeral of her
His Highnejss the Prince imperial,
of France was very pale, and exhibit
ed traces of the anguish he has un
dergone. The funeral procession started for
the chapel at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon and moved from Chisel
hurst according to the following
First came a man bearing the
French tri-color, floaUng from an
ashen pole cut at the last moment
before the cortege moved.
The deputation of working men
from Paris, with uncovered heads,
beariug their wreaths.
The chaplain of the ex-royal fami
ly, bearing aloft a golden crucifix,
the hearse drawn by eight horses,
driven by a postilion.
Ihe mourners, who numbered 800
in all, included the Prince Imperial
of France, who went uncovered ;
Prince Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte,
Prince Joachim Murat, Prince Achil
le Murat, M. Rouher and many dis
tinguished imperialists.
English noblemen.
Paris priests and others of the
clergy and laity.
The procession was of great length,
and the hejirse was at the chapel be
fore the eiwl of the cortege had left
the family mansion at Chiselhurst.
It is computed that at least thirty
thousand people gathered to witness
the scene. Ail the carriiiges and the
pedestrians were drawn up three
abreast across the roadway before
starting, and that order was main
tained to the chapel.
There was no funeral sermon in
the church.
The Right Reverend the Roman
Catholic Bishop of South wark sang
a requiem mass over the remains.
He was assisted by Father Goddard,
the spiritual adviser of the late ex
Emperor,'and by all the priests who
were chaplains at the Tuileries dur
ing the reign of Napoleon.
Mr. Lutz, the organist of St.
George's Cathedral. London, was
present at the chapel, with his choir,
and conducted the musical portion
of the services.
The remains of Napoleon Bona
parte III. were deposited in the sac
risty, which has been formed into a
morturay chapel, until the removal
of the body to France for final inter
ment. Their Royal Highnesses the Prince
Imperial of France and Prince Na
poleon Bonaparte returned from the
chapel in one carriage. They were
cheered by the crowd tnrough which
they passed.
More than twenty-five thousand
persons, including Prince . Christian,
the Prince of Wales and Prince Teck,
reviewed the body of the late Emp
eror while lying in state.
Notwithstanding the pressure of
the immense, crowd during the fu
neral there were but few accidents,
and these were of a. slight character.
JScalded by the Iw.
Lawsoh Forney, colpred, chastised
his dnsky wife, Laura, last week, for
disobedience, as sNorth Carolina
Judge has decided that .a man may
do f but the laitgh was, tiirned when
he sough tepose inrtne arms of Mor
pheus. Laura preparea a pot of wa
ter, and when hot enough ta bring,
the wool off, she baptized him with
the boiling fluid. The Doctors think
he won't whip his wife any more un
less there is a change for the worse.
Laura languisheth,,in jail. Nq.ahe
don't she has been bailedJ Ruther
ford Vindicator. . .. .
- Chief Justice Pearson and the Su
preme Court many years ago solemn
ly adjudged that a ni an could whip
tiis wife if he did so in moderation
and with a suitable size switch.
Mrs. Laura Forne'- has entered her
dissent to Judge Pearson's law in
the warmest terms khown'to woman.
Wa rn ust send Mrs. Susan Anthony,
now is prison for voting, a copy , of
the Sentinel, that she may J see how
her sex in the South vindicate their
rights. Raleigh Sentinel: ' ;
Burglars operate in Washington
on Sunday. -: :
Reminiscence from the Tutleries.
-One of the persons who came from,
Jjrancato attend tBejliuneral of Na
poleon .Jbrought wihbim some soil,
ugTjfrom-the gardenof the Tuileries,
Which e istrawljyer the coffin af
ter jit was depo siten" in. the sacristy of
nie cuupei. at . mseiaursu j. x .
Herald. '
; : The- News of Pnchback V Elec
tion to the Senate-pCbe largQ dele
gation of New Orleans merchants
who have remained here, tpiook. af-.
ter the interests of jLomsiana before
Congress, were amazed to-night when
it: was .announced!; that Pincfrback
had heen chosetv Senator by the Kel
logg Legislature Th e name of E. JE .
Norton, fowerlyqf ew Yprk. . was
fixed iUp?n at :the : itime Kellogg ac
cepted; the. AOQitnaiipn - for Governor,
that in the event ot, the latter?s elec
tion, all.. his influence should be
thrown for Norton.'., It . is asserted
that thisr was alsp stipulated by Judge
Jjurelr beiore he; signed the-? injunc
tions and other orders in the Kellogg
Warmouth suit.ansl will,;form ; part
of ih e subj ect iriatjterj for. investiga
tion by, the Judiciafy: :Committee of
the. House ' in examining Durell's
conduct. In addition,' to these influ
ences money was tb be, liberally used
while the antipathy of the negro for
ja mulatto was. to inj ure any aspira
tions" Pinchback might have. The
Kelloggites reckoned without their
host; for no sooner had Pinchback
control than he botdly declared his
intention of succeding Kellogg. The
friends of Governor McEnery are
highly gratified at lihe turn events
have taken, and whten McMillan, the
choice for Senator of the Fusion Leg
islature arrives here, the contest will
begin in earnest. , Mr. Warmouth, it
is said, has sundry; dociiments not
creditable to the reputation of a grave
U. S. Senator, and , while the Senate
isJ in the huhior of investigating
charges of corruption and bribery the
aspirant from New Orleans for a
seat may find it still beyond his
reach. Washington Correspondent of
the New York Herald.
Crime in the United States. In
an editorial article on the 'fearful
prevalence of crime' in our country
the London Times admits that to
some extent the alienees t occurring
among us are committed by foreign
ers, against our population, rather
than by our own people. It asks,
"Why does not that mighty Com
monwealth do more to vindicate her
law, her morality ; and her good
name?" To incite our citizens to
this action has ever!been the aim of
he Herald, as leader of the indepen
dent press; and as our prominent
journals, one after another, are fast
throwing off the shackles of party,
we are confident that the day is not
distant when a correct public senti
ment will secure prompt punishment
for crime, and thus deter criminals
from their career of guilt and vindi
cate our claim of the superiority of
"government by the people for the
people." N. Y. Herald.
Hew Advertisements.
yTFactory Hands Wanted.
I AM anxious to employ a number of
hands, women and girls especially, to
work m a factory three miles from Colum
bia. Good waes will he paid to efficient
operatives. Persons' wishing to secure
good permanent occupation can do so by
leaving their names at the Central Hotel or
addressing me at Columbia.
jan l&-lw i L. D. CHILDS.
AT Oates' Hall, Tuesday, Thuisday &
Saturday afternoons, at four (4)
o'clock, for LADIES, MISSES and MAS
day, Wednesday and Thursday evenings
at 7 o'clock.
TERMS per session of v16 lessons, TEN
DOLLARS in advance.
jan 14-tf
JUST opened. and for ale a complete as
sortment of Buist's Celebrated Garden
Seeds, consisting of every variety of Vege
table seeds grown m the Southern States.
jau!8 F. SCARR.
THE well known
butcher. wishes to
jjj inform his friends
and the public in general that he has open
ed a Meat Market in the "basement under
Walter Brem & Co's ! Hardware Store,
where he will keep constantly on hand,
everything in. his line. Give him a call
and see for yourselves. Persons wishing to
Sell cattle, sheep, hogs, &c.j will find him
a ready purchaser. k-
jan 18-tf '
Landreth's Warranted OardenTKeed.
will, receive in a few days Srlarge
!! ana complete assortment ot these re
liable and popular Seed,? : "t
j ; ; --AL&O-- '
Clover, Orchard : GrassTLhcerne 3awu'
Grass. &c. W. R. BtmjVELL TCO. .
v jan 17; . i-'-'j- -
Dr. Hoopeb'b Femalk -PiMp, a positive
cure; for Suppression, or Irregularity, aris
ing from any cause whatever. Thev are
L perfectly harmless; r -rr s5 n c ' ' . .
Pills en hand for use in 'case ef need. :
Price, $li)0 per box. f Sent securely seal
ed tic any address on receipt of prieel ; ! ' f
u Direct all orders,
hooper &co;i-
P. O. Box 2453. iPhiladelphia, Pa. ?
janl&ly - -a ,!. .v '
To i Our Friends and Acquaintances.
TfTE the Undersigned beg leave to thank
fl. our, friends and acquaintances for
their libera! patronage bestowed tipon our
Employer Mr. E. Shrier for the past year,
and most respectfully ask a continuance of
the same as we are stilt at the Temple of
xa&Luou. Avespecuuiiy, ' ,.
J. A. xOUNG. Jr.':'
Ian 9'
.4 -J sijf.
Burrrell, Grier & Co..
Successors to Carson d Grier.)
Corner of 4th and Tryon 6ts.,
jan" 1-Im.
MRS. A. Y?i MILLER fa prepared to ac
commodate Boarders with
meals, or with meals only, as the Boarder
mar desire. ' The buildinsr. O
corner of Trade and Church streets is
new one ; the rooms are cleanly, comfort-
auiy, ueany iumisneu, ana well attended
The table is as good as the market iii
Terms most liberal. tosniteUrt-a
are working for moderate salaries.
jan I-tf
Authorized Capital $500,000,
Jaa. Tubker Tate, President.
Thos. W. Dewey, Cashier,
F. H. Dewey, Asst. Cashier.
This Bank Chartered Under Act of the
General Assembly and dnlv
under Laws of the State of North Carolina
with ample means is prepared to transact
General Banking Business.
and furnish accommodations to all its Cus
tomers on Liberal Terms.
The bank will receive Dnnnsits snhiW in
Check, and will Allow Interest AwnT!inr
to Agreement on all Deposits left on time,
or issue eruncates ol deposit bearing in
terest at the rate of
Eight per cent per Annum
on all sums lying undrawn over thirty
Gold and Silver Coin, Bullion and old
Bank Notes Bought and Sold.
jan. 1 1873. Cashier.
FOUR Fine Pork Hogs, 6 bbls., Large
Sweet Potatoes, 2 bbls., Large Onions,
1 Tierce of Sugar Cwed Hams new anil
very fine, Heckler's Pork Sausage received
daily, Fisher's celebrated Mince Meat, 20
sacks strictly Family Flour, 20 bushels
find Mountain Apples, Chesnuts, Irish
Potatoes, Dried Fruit of all kiuds, 10 doz.
of Domestic Fresh Canned Peaches and
Cherries, all of which will be sold at the
lowest figures, at B. N. SMITH'S.
jan 4
33 A T S 5
nov 30t
SON TIES and Bows all Colors at
greatly reduced prices, just received at
nov30J MRS. QUERY'S.
received fine qualttv at low prices, at
nov30t MRS. QUERY'S.
LL Sizes and Colors of the best brands
Kid Gloves, at
noyj$0: MRS. QUERY'S.
XV Bustles, just received at
nov 30 MRS. QUERY'S.
Clover Seed.
A Supply of Pennsylvania Red
jCL Clover Seed, at
jan 9
J. M. LEAK & CO.
No. 4, Granite Row, Opposite
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail deal
ers in Manufactured Tobacco, Smok
ing Tobacco, and Cigars of all
grades. Dealers in the above goods will I
do well to examine our stock oefore pur
chasing elsewhere as we can offer
greater inducements,
jan 14-tf
(Successor to Coit and Suggs',)
Trade St., next door below Merchants' &
Farmers' National Bank.
KEEPS constantly on band a large and
well selected stock of BACON, LARD,
Wheat, Rye, Oats, &c., bought and sold
on commission.
. jan 14-6m .
i r
WE , Offer the foftSwing Fertilizers :
Patapsco Guano, Chesapeake Guano
and Watson & Clarke's Super-Phosphate.
We have pleasure in again tendering t0
our Farmers the above first-class Fertili
zers. U To those who' have used them so many
years we need only say. that they are guar
anteed; to be fully np to their previous
high standard, !
And to such as haye not yet used them
one trial Will convince them that they are
superior to all others ; so make sure of
supply and I please hand in your orders
earlyj as Ithei consumption exceeds the
manufacturing power, i
, . For sale in rfriy quantity, by
jan 10 ' , ' :
w-, v::;'v. NOTICE.
THOSE tiersons to whom we haye ex
tended credit during the past year will
confer favor upon nsly calling at once
and settling their accounts, as this must be
our last appeal: . REMEMBER IT !
;r If V R. M, MILLER & SONS,
janll :
r-t ;m

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