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SALISBURY. THCKSDAY MAY 8.
NEWS AND COMMENT.
I The Government of Turkey has sent an or?
I d ir to the United State for 400,000 rifles. .
! -. A dispatch from Rome says thePope hasBuff-
; ered a relajisc. :r j
,-, ,. X)uring a baptising near 'Dixon; 111., a Tridge
eive waVwith "the crowd on it and ovitra
hundred persona wererecipitated into the; ti
i .eir Defow.-? Manr'.-weire iniured killed fand
jThe King of the Tuscarbi M died a few day
afco in Canada. " William Mountpleawuit wa
bin Eneliah name. . .1 . . , .. .. : i -
Tbaiouni of 3. L,i,Powens t Newport N
-I Yf was destroyed bV firt.l A .falling chimney
;,!, filled two pettoiW "L .-cU'1' v't
c; ' i Colonel' Vlealott says in nj; tweiity-three
tan serrice against hoslileImlian he Hirer
uncounted an enemy in stronger natural posi
tion," better armed, or I niore skilled than the
ri'Modoc:;';i ;r; " ' '
" j, Generals Sherman and Howard again tertj
! fiedforejthe,raeican.and Britiah Mxed
jjfalms CommWion yesterday that Columbia
vas not burned by. their order cor by the $ed
i ral forces;. . - .'.'Si-:. . -
Thebulkiing of the Western Union Telegraph
. . Companyl in Broadway, Sew York, will be ten
: , storieahifeK above- the sidewalk- The whole
, beighl'oCthe building and tower will be;two
:cj handred ad twenty-elx feet. Over the main
! - entrance -will 'be the falataea of ' Frhnklln and
Morse.' Tblabtiildinff will cost $l,000,006,:and
'y'' witl be one'of the -principal archilectual orna-
tiiena of New York It! will be, finished Slay
r .Uakes Ames, toe lamous ureau jio'juierur,
t' ii. reported, to be inaenjible from .paralysis,
v' The doctors' have given him up. ( . I
r Hon., James hi Ore, f South1 Carolina, and
U. 8. JnnUteM at' Bt, jPetersburg, died in ihat
. city on the 6th inst of ihflatnation of the Lntisr.
A1 late dmpatch from Louisiana," dated6th
; Ink says it Is reported Metropolitans attacked
Dr.Blanche'Rforce nearSt. MLr.invilleand wcia
' repulsed with rrlofes' !of three killed and .two
wbuhded.- I)r, Blanche has two hundred men
and one cannon. It ia stated tiiat the "Metropo
litans were drlvTn bact to St. Martinsville.;
v. , ;X4TTBR.- Ad vices from St. Martinsville
, port that the;' position of the Metropolitans as
irecarioH3, and may at any moment be ofer-
powered by the "tax-resisters." Tbe peopl in
it thia section aeem determined to pay no taxes to
a theKellogg government, unless compelled !by
United States troops - j
J"-iiX Slertd speeeal from Madrid dated the bth
reports indications : of revolutionary
i' The'ciry fa placarded with manifestoes urging
' tiie people to demand the immediate proclama
don of a Federal republic, abolition of capital
punishment, abolition of the State council, sep
aration, of the church and state. General Con
treras has been requested by the federal
Committee to become President hut declines
' The Federalist meeting today was excited but
no disturbance becurried.. The people did hot
come armedf as threatened.
.The twenty fourth' annual meeting of the
: amertcan Medical Association, is in session; at
St, Xoun. 3j0 delegatiej are present
! The ship Tennyton, ': of Newburyport frbm
Calcutta for Boston, is reported foundered at sea
She had one side cargo East. India produce,
value $325,000, which i largely insured in Bbr
; ton ofSces. The vessel and freight money were
'vahied at $110,000, making total lo.s ty disas
,t Mrs pen.Canby is hopelessly sick,
There are lour applications already for Ol ft'
.'place including John M. Langston- colored
The entire budness portion of Pari, Tenn
is burned. Los? one 'hundred thousand dol
Iari.i',l:,u' " ';-i; ;' !r s
.Cbief Justice Chase died in N. Y.City on the
7th iat, of paralysis. Both his daughters and
'Senators JSpratie were at his bedside.
T JFowler i& Slocumb, of N. Y. City, dry good;
nierchtii'tf bre failed ; liabilities half millioi .
JamerE. Ilaynes, lessee of Olympic theatre,
Stokes, the asasin of James Fisk, has been
deoiedr new' trial. I
The latest advices from St, Petersburg, says
j ofTjial dispatches state that the Khan of Khiva
, ofiera , unoonditioial surrender to the Kuastan
, i demands, i
Tlie:widowof the late Major General John
"y K. Wool, la dead, aged $0. J J
AAes is gradually weakening.
Only 'thre of the ship Tennyson's that crew
was wrfced On the 23d of February were 4v
vh!. "Taey floated eight days on a piece of the
wreck. , ' , . i . i
A Bad Mayor was elected at Goldsboro. Al
so at Haleigh. -
i: George Lea, cob, was ex eon ted at Yancey vilb
N, CLpii the 6th iaU , for the crime of rape,'
ebnmitted oni'the 20th March' last. 'unon the
person of Wum Ana Kiearcy, a white lady, 14
1 WTl. Davidson was elected Mayor of Chai
The Vfilmingtqq Sar jaays attheiecent elei
tioafoar:Ca.4crvativ;u3 and aix Bads were elec
- Deatha la Feyettsville from Hay 1st., 182 id
y ay lat, 1373, were 47 whites and 67 colored.!-
JCaglk i -i--' "'' j-:1 "';' 4' SI'
' The vo'fe ! Iri 'Fayetteville resulted in the
trTu.nph: of-0ji Coiuerva.iye's. Capt. W. TV
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r i tzuii wan vicvicu xiiiiun. , f
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, Anjio.porU.nt r notice ; willf be found in
thbt paper from Dr. J; J. - MottColleetbr
tt Internal Revenue; 6th District, N. C
i io: (gard'to Special Tax. . Persons liable
fr aneViai: tax 'are nariieuliirl v inteVtedJadical ideas of. free 1 govemmeni, tb
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YADKIN RIVER RAIL ROAD.
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Tliere is to be held in fhis place on the
Sdutrnst., meeting-of tuo stockholders
of lhh. Company, and it is of raucu napojf.
lance that all the Stock' he represented
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: the fneiids and stockholders as wej
tufn'oiitl ..Tbejatc o the', o
peud oft.tV- ;meeting..y Corp jonty every
l.odv who ietJs aa uitereat Un tbe enter
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BS The latest advices frotniiheseal
war the Alouoe Indian war, mdjicajejaat
tcrs as unchanged. The Indians Aro tiH 1
is likd.ld last throughout the suni
I Tbl; Ircltest i,ia!ii ilbosl
who, havfcibeeivas government
ie Indians. If Grantwonld re?
rascals, the Indians woul
. . If be troub
Loaisiana'cera to be1
on the tncire
. . it
payment of taxes
shed, i Tlio pohdilion of afftira jisreally
o e i can r i
deplorable.- iGrantconld restore order and)
avert further bloodshed by a' ,word if he
r:ff kViL tiuL--iiti' iuJ
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nii:i tuuico kit. tuc nuni
ho will bp held rpanonaibli. bv allVeasbn-
ubum. ?-Fpw """v
tmt siruggiuig against uie uiegarexacuona
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oi usurpers, jwna are reauy na oeuer uian i
-Lt i - iliVit 'Jj i 'L:.'1'
v vaa-uayuiK Hurfdenlv w thont warninsr 1he bndee i .i.-. i : i
ty are resolved to resis the gave way and precipitated its living freight them U t0 be i,eid reuiltv until ia further
to the usurpers, or Klr; ntOftbe stream below. ; l be scene .which examination A temporary Commission,
iofficiats. Thi IjviU bf en9uea,. e8Cr,eOT ww, . consisting of gentlemen nf evi-ry high
. ; ' Ht. r. 'I utrnirirlihiy ihmt rami v Annn9irnn tn 1 ,. . . . 0 . . .. .
strife and we fear blood , -7 ; " - .1 anaing, is inst tuted tu liieir places, and
svriie, ana w,icar3oipoat , tbemselvea from the ruins of the -: i.. i.t..jtj j:
' ut ' i .'t J I .. -... . .U..L I wiien it icu wern m near we euiru itiiii
robbers sustained by a corrupt govern 1 . , , , "
" J iAv I ' . ii.' .. ... . 'rtney were anable to reach land without as
ment. i AV bat, tbe. end of all j.Uia will be
it is difficult to foresee.
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. , It ig gratifying to know that col.- Long
is keeping nj shtrp look out for bi all rob-
bers. bnch snomcrr l as long been needed
to look ate .'these rascals. . . I i il
The At anta Sun of tW4th inst.. savs i
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Gol. T. B. Loxg, of .N. C, special
agent of tbefPostoffice Departmenttjarres-i
ted and hadfThos. J . Jobe, late postnias-
ter at Ringgold, Ga., yesterday, before
lis Honoir, Cmin!i?eioner Smith, bf this 1
city, upon.. the cliargett ot -emblezzling
raouey oret funds.'duriog the l.tat montii
at bis offiejei tlinggoldj Georgia. Jobe ivm
i eld to baSliur his appearance atj the Uni
ted States Court, in this place, id Sep
tember. , Supcial agent, Long, installed
in office a the above pi
U Fulmer7p potmistr
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DEAtiiiof Professor McGuffy.-
telejrram to the Richmond WntG ian
noances thpdeath of Dr. McGufet Pro4
feBor'of jlral Philosophy, Ethics find
xvieiapnyBicsm me university oi Virginia
who had beqn in infirm health for some
time nast.i t)r. McGcFFET whs elected
to the chair indicated. : some thirty Veara
ago, we think in 1842,'to fill the vacancy Mns- Charles Murray, Miss Eliz Cud
oecasione4 bjy the' resignation of Professor Jdington, Mrs. J. nks, James Camp, Jr.,
Geokob Tucker. At the time of his
election U rbided in Ohio, where he lield
a profesarotPhip in Kenyon Collogpj He
was a, learneu ana aoie man. ana uossess-
i .1 ;i t a l l i
ed manv itrhris traits of character which
gave him 'k domraandingr influence araons
men He; was a, devout
Christian and, an j
aoie oiviue.i a srries ot senool book.-
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which ' be; prepared and pubhs'bec ban
such -meriij that they attracted imm ?diate
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nonce nimi ar stui leearuea as Biauuara
works for Ssehools. The death of so efui-
till ' 1 - t W Ir
neni a ecimiar aua eo usetui a i'rotessor
will bo sadly felt.
l rrE itrjjjL t AROLINIA3T. V e are in
receipt of the May number of the MIviiral
Caroliniai"which fully maintaiqsits Well
earned reputation as a first-class' AgricuU
tural Magjjzhie. The leading articles in
the number before us, are up to the high
standard ofiprevioua numbers, while the
selections ! generally possess more than sort to the courts. is only the ricxt step m and secured, and Mr. Uline thought at
erdinary iisitiept to those engaged eitlier a regularly concerted progiaftve of opern- first that" the bouse was haunted,' but he
iu Agricuijnfal or Horticultural pu -sniis. ttons. It may well be that the conflict in plucked up courage and went in lie could
We are pljea ed to notice that the ' Lit Giant Parish was designedly brought hear Afred calling "Oh ! Mr. pline," but
ertry Depaijmeiit"is fiilled with judicious about by Kellogg for the purpose of giv- see no one. The.thonght suggested it
selections 0fiigh merit, in full accord with ing color to jiidictments for treason. We self him to look up the chimney, when he
the well kn.oiwn literary tastes of Mr. t).i do not know what tbe law of Louisiana discovered a pair of No. 12 feet dangling
II. Jacquep.ithe editor. The atJditionUif declares to be. treason, or the evidence thereir,. There wa Afred snuz ahd safe.
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this department to the Magaatnclis meet,
ing wuu general iavor. it gives a variety iveuoggjuage, nowover, a rveiiogg snenn, ne coma nni nave oeen listened any ugu
tb its pagcjijjraaking it a desirable family and a KeHngjury, the law aud the trsti ter 'than' he was. Mr. Clino sot i-ig that
compantoiu while it does not in; the leist
its merits as a faithful jrepre-
sentative of the Agricultural interest of
the countrrd j . . ,..- . I i
Announcement ,w made of the associa
tion of Mr. Wm. L.-. Daesett with tbe
ublisher'ti Department ot the Masliziue.
from the enerjry which he has ;eef ex-
bibited, dtiliiig bis long connectjonr with
the press of Charleston, we look lojsee
the Liural Caioliiia, mointain its past rep
utation iu j every particular, aud go on
irasperinsiin mo future. s
1 hose of lour readers who have not
already subscribed to the Rural Carolinian
hould send for a specimen copy and eh
roii tneir names at once on its su
There la InA wnrae rlpatmtism Mian tlml
which the ! sUth has endured for ! eight
years, ten. pchotield, when in command.
threatened ltd snnpress the Proaress edited
y John lfehnington, a loyal radical.-
Ilolderi whjen Governor threatened to ars
rest the edijtojrs of the . Milton Chronicle,
and suppress? their paper.' The editors! of
una paper inijiooy were '.HTeaienea py ine
Standard rab the jail and it f poke hy
the authorijy, of Gov. Holden. fllie edi-
tor of the Wilmington Journal is indicted
we believicallingudxe Bond a rascal.
If Mi. Rnelhard cannot nmvA it l.v
wit.aa.. fl, Kltimoro ' tb.. .T.wln...
is greatly scindalied, by bis neighbors
who know hjm best. ' I I I !
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judge Mitten more recently suppressed
the New Orleans Times for timely audi
well testo'eji strictures, upon the itf imy
rt nis judicial conduct. , lie jivtuogg
il f T' i Kl.ii .t. a nrvllAA( fh..nr.nA
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rPK1 "f -r?
a license ia ui w,uyu icviuu upon
within ten Bays. , These are African and
ii 1 growth and ftroduct of negro enfranchise
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mput hpfnrA tliAV. o.inTfl innnt a hiinilprl
or say the gird's prayer, j They jcaif cim,
mil inese acts oi. uespousm, roo a piaie,
and then be sustained by every! member
oi the party, me ignorant as wen as ,uie
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If Holden .had hot been impeached and
deposed the chances are that the civil war
whucu uciwccu i lie wuucb ruu uiauika
Ibuisiana wciiild have been fully inangu
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iabcu iu hub im,uuujmuimtauii piaui, may , wen oe expected, i lien atexico musiiiaw, ana wunout even a anaaow oi evi
should send Kirl4 and Holden to command J either fight or make all the reparation dence that he had violated any law of the
in JuiaianaJ denizHef. , , ',
involving a fearful loss of Jife, occurred
was.,uemg atraunsiercu io a iiuiuuer ut id
ceutcouverts to one of the Baptist church
es hero at a point in Rock River, just be-
low the lruesdell iron bridge, and about
two hundred persons, including many
laaiee ana a nnmper oi cinmren, iijiu gaui-
mony. ..... . 1
- itil rro nf I rnm oanh nt liar I rare rrnvili l
of people on the banks rushed, wildly tol.u
d Iro, many oftheiu so distracted wiito e
terror as to be unable to render any as-
iilmi I It Mora . mni lolt nninAtipn I
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aml went nooiy to won to rescue me nv-
ing ana recoyerine aeaa. ;, , 'r
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wntn it ieu were so near me enjre mat t
twwni,.-, .....g.io .uswHiiH.icir hi
reaca of those on shore, but up to six p. M.
'trtyitwo dead bodies bad been taken
irmu ii v river uuu u in auuuni cerium uiai i
iuero are others still .under the wreck ol I
i be bridge. Of those saved twenty-four
were more or less injured, some fatally.
1 he following 18 a complete list oi the di ad
so far as is now known :
MUs Catharine Foley
Miss Martha Page,
Mrs, J. W. Latta.
n rRir..t o'Rr;n-
Miss Mury Driukwa
Miss Irene Baker,
Mrs. James Goble,
Miss Bessie Rayne,
Clara&KosaStackpole, J.P. Danners(child)
Jay Mason, Mrs. Petersberger.
Mrg Ci W. Kentner, v Miss Petersberger,
Mrs, Ben. Oilman, Fred Haln,
Mrs, Col. H. T. Nuble Miss Emily Deming.
Miss iNettie Hill, Mis-s Auua UemiUK.
Mrs. Heiirv Sillunan, 1 nomas Haley,
Mrs. Dri Hoifman,
Miss Kittie Sterling.
Mrs. E. Wallace.
Mrs. William Cook,
ilryi Witheliu, of
Mrs. Thos. Wade,
-Miss Lizzie Mackery.
Mrs. Mary Sullivan.
The following were injured :
Mrs. P. M. Aiexaude, arm broken and
iHiss iuns Aimison tjnernsey, Mms
Sarah B. March, Mrs. Captain Smith, Mia.
JJa,,,tl Cheney, H tatally injured.
A,rs- AaA ,uiei iJr- - J- uynoias, .urs.
Jol,n H- oore, Mrs. S. W. Whitmore,
aI1 seriously injured.
iir i i MtTiti'iii i i j j iinaiMiiAi iuj
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Hgfrp'". J"hn W'od-worlh (a child).
iIis3 Kelly, Miss McLady, and fivo chiU
aren 1)1 1 ianiig;ui aii?o. received lu
juries. N. Y. World.
LO U ISI AN A - ( J 0 V ERXO R M 'EN RY
TO BE TRIED FOR TREASON.
Kellofr's assurance is
iresning. lie proposes now to
ernor McEnerv for treason, and he will
brook no delay in pushing on the good
work.- He has just written his Attorney
General a sharp letter in reference to his
failure to prosecute, and ordering him to
lay the matter before the Grand Jury.
We are at a loss whether
at a loss whether to think the
bloody fray in Grant Parish turned his
stomach, or whether to think that the ie-
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necessary to sustain the charge. With a
mony will doubtless be matters of second-
ary consideration. It Kellogg is siraplv
keeping np a fuce it m ly be w
II. If be
attempts to hang "(aovernor Metnery
and bis aiders and abettors'! it will not be
well either for Governor Ktdlojrs or for !
his aiders and abettors.
Hon. James Brooks die-1 Tuesday at
half past eight o'clock. He was conscious
to the last. He, in connection with his
oroiuer, rrasius jdi-ooks.; louuuea tue
Nw Yok ExPres which has always
advocated conservative principles and has
been a staunch friend of the'Suuth. That
he enjoyed the confidence and respect of
his constituents is
indicated -by the fact
that he has been repeatedly elected by
them to Congress. When his distiict was
consolidated with that of the Hon. S. S
the latter, who could easily ha v been
elected, declined to contest the di.-lrict
with Mr. Brooks, and ratjfir Congress
man-at-Lirge. In this we have additional
evidence of the devoted allachmeiit to Mr
Brookfe of such honorable men as "Sunset"
Cox. Tbe bniy cloud upon bis fair fame
was bis connection with the late Credit
We understand that Dr. William Sei
u ol u,,ra y wh
Mr.-iJrooka during 1
dell, of this city, who was called in to see
lis sojourn here, pro-
nounced Uia disease cancer ot tit
If this is a fact it is likely tht ihe fatal
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ins disease, which lias uot Intber-
l? transP,red. concealed from the pa-
A FIGHT OR A BACK DOWN.
We gave the impressions of a corres
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n.e umteu otatwi waa preparing tor a ngnt
wuu opam or Mexico. I rom more recent
accounts, n would not seem mere im prov
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able that pur government may soon take
- 1 the latter in hand for the fi-cniifnt not raw-pa
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Texas eitizens. These outrages' have been
very numerous, and have becu carried
1 a long time. As we bad occasion several
I times to note last year, so we now repeat,
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A I that the administration has been very cul
I pable in not affording nrotection to Ameri
1 can citizens. At last Grant a Commission
I : . j. . . r ,. . -.-t . . r-t i ... uht wo urnuiLiieni v cu iiiiiuru ur uisen r
ui I in inTPiiirarA mgiidn ann ir tnn ronnrtmnn wniri tn arrnit i lie rnimr ni liiia
I made by tbem should turn out to be
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I possible, ijcuttnel.
.fiPm$nywiox in office.
iTbe Baltimore Ainerican, a paper that
is slowjto see anything wrong in any man
holding xlEce under the present Adminis
tration is forced to admit the truth of tbe
charges against tbe Vienna Com mission.
JJnfortunately'for the good name of tbe
cohntry in Europe, Minister Jay and Mr.
iucxjiraiu nave ioanu puoeiani'ai prooi
that some of the United States (Jororais
innrrs t.n tha VSontiA P.Thiliitinii hnvi
parchased thejr commissions, j Exactly
how mm f ,th lainted, With the
disgrace appears not to be ascertained, as
the snspension of the whole number is
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.Muft Ami;a.. .vhiKitora .tVUn.
1 - . f t,e Natioiial honor
gcnirafly the men who hae acted thus
..ir-flv .!.. Ka W.:..t1 tl.n.
aisiiorterabiy ought to do exposed to me
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hmv r .nrtr th. id -nmniiaab.npn
appointed bv General Van liuren. The
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Mjui - r Ummissioner, and the Honorary
n'; .'.. ..;At:.. t.A
ftl-f iatff am not uf nil imnliontpd. Tli nart
w . .k i ieiipra Vin KnrPn has acted
si1(1hi,t !, n. nt ,ilf. thin'ira in mn
tltioI wilh lho afTair settled to public
lioMiciDE ix Cabaurxjs Coqxr. On
Saturday evening last a distressing case
of hjomicide occurred in Cabarrus county,
about six miles from Concord. iA white
man by the name of Motley sent. word to
W. Whittington that be. Whittington,
had been "talking about" bis family and
look ont, that he intended .to kill him,
etc. About twilight baturday evenmr
Mr., .Motley, in company with' another
white man and a negro boy, rode up to
Wbittiugton's house, and while disntount-
ing from his horse was shot and instantly
killed, Mr. Witting on, after the killing
proceeded to the nearest magistrate's and
delivered himself up. On Sunday ho was
carritd to Concord and jailed. W hitting-
ton is a man fifty or sixty years old and.
we learn, always bore a fair character for
peace and sobriety Xetcs.
CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP
NOVEL AT TEMP1AT BURGLA-
Alt reid Misetiheimer, of the colored per
suasion, desiring a few goods belonging to
Mr Jftm-s Cline and i:ot Reeling able lo
py for them, concluded on SaucUy night
to possess himself of sundry ui tides in tbe
store daring Mr. Cline's absimre, and be
thought himself on the plan if entering
lbqstnre by coming dowu thij chimney.
IIo procured a bidder and wipe, and as
cending to the top of the chimney1 h? fas
tened the rope, to a Mont pole, which
he laid arrows the top. and slowly descend
ed the chimney in qnest of the much cove
ted articles. Not being an expert at the
IvisiiU'S?, he slipeil and fell. . Oh,' horros !
deep down into ihe. throat of the (hiratiey
and wedged himself hird and fist, one
hand holding the rope and the oilier feel
ing down his side. How long he remain
ed in this uncomfortable position he does
not know, but when chickens b gun ''crow
ing for day," Alfred bega-i calling for
help. His "Oh ! Mr. Cline," aroused ihe
owner of tbe store house, and he proceed-
edt'o the store and could not exactly under
stand where the noise proceed from the
dodrs were all fastened, windows closed
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and; if he h-d been built in the chimney.
there was no possible chance for hii es-
cape, siimraonded some of his neiebbors,
md ttiey made several unsuccessful at
a a .
tempts to draw him out of "ihe chimney,
but it was no r. Afred. bv this. time.
was nearly stiff-cated from soot and ashes
and nearly dead. They went to work
and pulled the chimney down to where he
was, and released lum from his cable tow.
He was brought out more dead than alive.
When called on to evnluin Unur bo rrnt
Uhcre, said he "cold and wet. and just
L,ni,l t in iKn i:
i v " H w .aac"w nuti iiq uuvvti
and irit wmm "
he said he b id no' idea of
taking anything from tlie store unlets he
reasons did w
on a clinic terbucrcr. These
not nnnear nt ir:itnrv tn 1r
Cline. who brought him. to town before
.Timo r. Fi-hpr who. Aft.-r ....miln,.
of the cae. required b:ra to eiv'p bond for
bis app'-arance al court. In this i mailer
of bond A'fied proved deficient and is
now p -iriisi'iir i t Qtii-t at ihe "Hotel de
Hirrii"." oecttpviog ej") in fort able rinarter
with Mr. fi.ii Moi-puii 5c G H ra iv
pridiahiy get somewhat ch Med iu bis pre
sent abode, but the roof does n t leak.
Co nerd Sun.
MuunEPIx SrAitTAXnuito To the
kit. doess f Mr. Luuisrlen of the Southern
and .Atlantic Telegraph Company's office
at this point, we are indebted for an item
lfSterday evening a discharged soldier,
under the influence of whiskey, m?eiii:g
O e ot the otneers, a Liieulananr, attempt
ed to he soriiible, and slapping tbe officer
on ihe back, invited hnn to drink. ihe
officer became indignant !, and refused.
vlmn tbr BuMla. 1.mrtrul li?m in llm fjfo
- ti. i.. ...., i.t
nd procuring bis revolver, went inserch
of iic aa tnIf.a l.itn. The officer
, . ,
was arrested and Iodgcdjin
j til. His
name is Capt. Gallagher, j
I " 1 T
TI,e Ra,t,h Scnttnd of lhe 6: h ,net
This week, the deposed Governor, W.
W IJoldeu, will
, - I, j . - ,
- tbe old clock (at Ilillsboro.'l to answer for
- J -
- lawless conduct as Governor, iu ordering
a set of cut throats composeB of negroes
as journal without warraut of-iautbority cf
J 1 r ?.i . ;.r
From the Soo.
CLOTHES (llhE.); ,!
Tbe; frequent terrible"" aufferinlpr
death Irooi clothes taking lire abooidlead
lod of eKlinguishingBtich firps.! Three
persons out offonf would rush right up tft
the horning individual and begin lo paw
ith their bauds without and definite aim.
It is ucleas to tell the victim to do this
or that; or call for water." In fact, is
generally bst not to say a word, hnt to
seiz' a blanket from tire bed or any wool
eO'bric, hold the corners as far apart as
m it Mn. atrptrli tint . h!irTj. .1 .mt M-rv..r
head ; and Doiuiy run to the person, make
a motion of claping in the arm, nnstlv
about thpshonlders. TLi instantlv smoth
ers the fire and saves the fac. The next
instant thiow the. pejioi) on ihe floor. T.his
ii "an "additional safety to tbe fiec and
breath, and any remnant, of fl.uo can be
a i- n
put out more leisurely 1 hpnext m?tant
immerse thehnrnt parti in cold wafprand
all pain will cease with the rapidity of
i'bting. Next get som'T common fl iur, re
move from the water and cover the burnt
parts with an inch of thickness nf flour ;
if pnjgible, pat the patient to bed, and. Jo
all that is possible to Booth the p itient
until tbe physician arrives. Lt the flour
remain until it falls of itself, when a bean
tiful new skin can bo found Unless the
burns are deep no other application is
needed. Tbe dry flodr for burns is the
nvMi admirable remedy ever proposed, and
the information ought to be imparted to
all. 1 he principal of its aeiion i, th it
likn water, it causes instaul and perfect
relief trorn pain by totally excluding al
the air from the injured parts.
. The Raleigh Sen thirl say : We un
derstand that Maj. W. A. Smith, recently
appointed Receiver of Ihe Western N. C
Railroad, and really the manager of the
wbolo ailair, has retained upon ihe work
all he ol.l officers a lid rraployees excei pt
the Mister Machinist, E. 11. Marsh,
whom he has removed and whose place
he has filled with Mr. James Uullisler,
recently in charge of n locomotive on the
N. 0. Railroad. Mr. Hollisteris a R ilei-h
by, and served an appreiicc-drp in the
Rjb igh & Gaston niaL-hine shops. He
is au ixcellcut man a-.:d a first-iate mc
It innv not he to the discredit of auy
one concerned to s y that "Jim IMliter"
is a son of t!ie Pn-sidci.t Holhster v. ho
couirolltd the affairs of the iNleirb ArG
to i Knilr Md about the veur 1 10. At
thutt'tue W. A. fciinithj now lion. W. A.
Smith, late Pr-sidi nt of the North Caro
lina Railroad, aud at present Receiver of
the Western North Carolina Railroad, was
a truck hand on tin; Rule?h tc Gnton
Road, from w hich position he was eleva
ted bv President Hollifter to the deirre
of Agent at Frauklintoti depot. The
promoted track band has lived to see tbe
day when be bad il iit bis power to pre
mote the son of bis fomier President md
benefactor. The wmld goes
Cchr fos Lnn islati ve ('our.rrt iox.
The remedy proposed by tin; New Y ork
Tribune for legislative corruption is to in
crease the number of representatives.
How will that help if llle ntiuihi r increas
ed happens to be bribe tnkf,i7 The
Tr bune in its editorial points to Connec
ticut as a State incorruptible, becau.-e t.f
i:s great number of members to be corrup
ted. A Connecticut paper replies by tell
ing the Tribune tint his assumption of
the legislative purity of Count clieut, i a
fiction and has no real existence. The
North Carolina.! legislature was bribed
we mean tbe Republican legislature of
13GS. This was the first a'tempt rv.r
made jn ihe State, and it met with marked
und grand success. Tom Scott and ihe
Railroad Corporations are now at work
upon tbe Conservative .legislature of the
State, to purchas all thei State's property
in the way of railroads and canals. Time
and the purchases made by Tom Scott
and the ring, 'Will show what progress
they make. Sentinel.
2Gih insl :
Journal of the
v. j:n:....i.- a
V l BI II lll.1t U Ui i J UttUIILU
lite last Monday evening, at Taylor's
Biidg'e, in Sampson county between Mr.
B. C Barden aud a colored man natmd
Mauerr .which resulted in the latter
being shot and killed by tin: former. We
could learn but little of the circurustances
other than Mr. Harden accused Matter of
having set fire to the woods, fioiu w hich a
; difficulty sprang up, when the negro shot
at .-.ir. U irc'en, who returned the Ure, with
a fatal result.
From the period wh-n surgeous applied
thfir salves to weaptms iultead of wounds to
the present wiJe-awake nee, tlie medical piu- I
ffgsion has ofteu uuwittiugly taken side with !
Disea e iu its conflicts with the human js
tern. Even yet in spite of the teachings of
centuries of experience, atune physicians be
lieve iu depltfting their patients, already se
riously exhausted by sickness, with powertol
evacuauts, emetics, salivants, eauthariJal
plasters, or the lancet. But providentially,
j.tiblic intelligence is ahead of these in Jiral
fossils, who belong of the light, to ihe'era
of the Crusades ! That powerful lly of ua
ture iu its warfare with tl,e causes ot ickueca
Hostetter's toinaca Bitters, has opened ihe
eyes of the masses to the parauiouut imp.jr
tance of increasing the vital strength of the
holy when menaced by disease. They un
derstand that when tle atmospheric, condi
tions are adverse to health, it is wistt to rein
force the system with a wholesome tonic ami
! stimuhiut. and tlitis -enable it to cotnbal and
repel the depressing influoeie e of an iucle
tneut temperature. If the c mstitutioual and
animal powers were always thus reeuited iu
the preseuce of daoger, the tnortalily from
cousuinption, bronchitis, chronic rbeiuatism,
ice, would be much less thau it now is. The
causes which produce croups, colds, nuiusev.
..i' . - i u ..i i a .
lUiptiiens aua camrrn eeiuum rueci n sitodk
and active vital system ; and of all vitalizing
preparations, Hostetter's Bitters has,proved
the most efficient. Il is not claimed tbat
this standard tonic is a spci6c for line and
throat maladies, as it is for dyspepsij. liver
complaint and intermittens, but it 4s unhesi
tatingly asserted that it is the beat known
safeguard acaio st all the .atmospheric ele
ments of -Jiaease. v
In MadSoa County Tenn, April $d, WiIlUn
Barber, aged Wjfa. I . j .
Th deceased wmn fonaerlv ciUren of tlwa
conntv, irt-whlchmany of bis relative, and
the friends of bb early life live. - ;i t
TO THE SUFFERING.
The Rev. William H. Norton, while rending
in Brazil as a MwMotiary, dicovered in that
and of medicinex a remedy for Coiirm phon.
Scrofula, Sore Throaty Cotichs, Ool(K- Athma,
and Nervo;i Weakness. ,Tbi remedy baa cured
myoelf alter all other medicines had failed. .
Wishlato benefit flie.suTering, I will send
the recipe for preparisg and 'ning thia remedy
to all who dewre it K in or Charae.
Please send an envelope, with your name and
address on it Addre,
Rev. WILLIAM 11. NORTON,
I 67G DrOADWav.
Feb; zrrir r " ; . ? . vp iwk g.
. A CARD.
A Clerevman. while residing in South Ameri
ca a missionary, discovered a sale and simple
remedv for the Cure of ervoua kness,
Earlv Decav. Dweassbf the LrinatV andS.-au
Aal Oreans. and the whole' train of d'wordcr
brouaht on hv baneful And vkiaiia ha'atA. ( rent
number hava-leetttuVJ bv thi totfe reined r
Promoted bv a dei"reo benefit the 8iiclel and
unfortunate, 1 will send the recipe for preparing
and using this medicine, in a sealed envtloe,
to anv one who need it, Irrt of jhnr.
- 'Address JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
uuon l), iiuie iioop.
ALL W1I( ARE - WILLING 1
... till t l.
tK. Ar.y rrson old or youi.A of either
make from M0 to $jQ per week, at
home or in connection with other buMhe.
Wanted bv all. Suitable to either Citr or Coun
try, and any eaotr of the year. Tins i a rare
opfiortunity for those' who are out of work, and
oul of money, to nulte an independent living.
o capital beina rrquiml. Our parapblrt.
How in ntaLe a Licing," gi vine full iRlruction,
sent on receipt of 10 fent. Addre, A. BUK
TOX .S: CO., MorriaiJs, Wenlehtsler Co.. N. Y.
I ly V 'TC everywhere to -el! our new and novel
.lUL.Uo Kmbrulderin Machine, avndfur II-
VTrniiMrated ; C'ircniUr. to the McKee
I .1.1 1 LtlanufJctgrjngtjompanTyli'j iiroad
wav. New York.
I11K 1MIILQH COJIPANl
Every Lndy want one!
Kvery Muii onlit to have one! !
SeTit on rti-eii : of Ten tVr.U. Addre. L. F.
JlYPi: A 1 1., Hl"i Seventh Avenue. Nr York.
TlO TO N FL'Ut A ll H.O.N .. 1,
Sent on recei; ofiH. t:nique Printing and
l'.iblUbin lfmse. ?A Ve-r Street. New York.
THK KM KIVl' II iO 1 II r A II I.
FA.TIIL.V .NVlCi JH iClUMI O.N 30
laj T. ial ; man alvanip over all. Sali-
faetion tnr.inteed, i"?-0refiidel. Sent cni-
plcle, n idi full direil!oii. BockwiiU St wing
Maeliine Co., 8C2 Baoadv-ay, N. Y.
TH3 T.CgTuI.ASSIC TRTJ33.
.In Intpwtaut I hpciJ tun. Il reiniua the Uuiurt-
at all tune, and nr. ler tlie larle-t ex-reie -r
severeol drain. It ik worn ith comf.'rt, ar.d
if on night ?ul liy,ieJrectj a M-riiini nl etire ic
a few week. Sld xheap, au I unl ty il iil
when reiie-telt iril:ir fre, nln-e. oph-u-d l.y
letter nent to Toe Kla-tie Tiuj.- L''., No. f,5
rro:ulw.iv, N. Y. Vi'v. N' h.tlr n4- Metal
i Sjrins Tnis-i ; too pairtlnl ihev iJioon" t f.e-
!.... I.- ?
N 1 : W A I ) V 1 : RTIS12M I : N T S .
Then- ix a ri.-iii!:2 of the N k!n.l l-r
f'f the Yadkin Bail Ko.id Cotup-inr inSali-h-nr
o'i Th'ir-hiy llu- '".'t!i ioiatit. A fuli ituti lai.e
in earnestly reitit.u!.l.
) . MAIN hi , I'reaideiit.
Out-r extraordinary indaeeinents to th ir
fric-mls aud cisi.nt rs this Se. .ii. Thtir
ia larger, more select, and m- re various than
ever before. It Was bought fr cah. and at
a time wheu gotds wt very low in tlo-
Nor:hern mai ketf. Ileuce. thy ar-le tter
prepaied than eyer. to- Mitt all tas'ef ud
fancies, and to gitebetttr birains fr casi;.
y made their ioirehase -f
for ladies, centlemen and children, more a
SiL-eialitv l,r,-!f..r,. and r,,!lv f.-1
aiixi'ius to havejthfir fie-iijs rail and ex
amine their stock'. They think it is elennt :
it is certainly pleftj.iijg totl e. and (nali-
ly cou-ad.red) tt( is unusually cheap. Hut.
comprising all tlaat they have ustia'.ly kei.
with addrtiotial Items f nltrartiou. They
can meet thj di-aiatida of ihe Fanner, the
Mechanic, the Artizau. aud iiimuv of the
I'rof. -.-ional matt It is a provetb with tuone
ot their eutotn."rt. "Merotjey k-ep every
thing atnl the be."
They desire 'o1 call special attention to a
new bra itch grafted this Spring, to wit:
A MILLINERY DEPAUTMLNT.
This wa di jned f.r ihe scroin:n'Iatioti
of their lady cnsfiotiieni. and it has Ix-en pro
lionnrel by iiiHtty of thetn a a decided mc
cess itt its i;etieijl Jieoj.e and itenti-;.-l detai's.
Ft in inider the iiijinediate Supervision of Mrs.
Ilalyburtoo andiMis MeM-trray. wh are
ever ready 'o rejpiii(i to the calls f their
customers. Call and see, u.l bejr prices.
: MEROXKY k RR(J.
May 8-tf. ;
The iLvo !ounmcnt rortrail"
i or "
Gz-as llzbzit H, Log.
P.. -rin-l on ft eel by A. U. Walker, nr.der !
tbe dir. .ii n of d.c Atut-rica Ari ini o, aud
ado'el :ini -!! b lhe a- McUe.ri.il .sm-
cial;ui. ii t-"ior4Ud cudcr l!ic la ws ut ir-inia.
.1 ay 1. 1 .-.. 1
HB II fit iV V' SI It T i n. it t i
IT I T 0 '
I il l' PI It il
MMMA d DUO,
for the p'Ji ;.. ut I
Enctu'a r.i-fnnxci.t to lb. nrn rof'
UKMil.L :c;3K::T K I.EK.
rH: im l. ri n-d, tb.. i,iubri4.-d agci.ta cf
X Uo Kkecnve (' i.ttii.Mee ..f llu- Mem-
orial .H-oliutitMl, (letlriai W. .N. iVudlrtOtl.
vhr.in: .-i., r- rioiv cjhi v.iir2 Ttw
and t-tht-r iattiii-s. f.ir iiI hUt.
to I in ''EtC
Moi.u tier. I !o:ti:ttl"t' d'ei '.Tr-.l lee '1 t.e :dop
tioTi a :Ih- iiu-iiiKc itiuic . r li.t mui uf 1I
wh" h:iC I" I ej.i'a.'.ht.d it. It Is i.l. 'j .!d bv
sub-in; t: ii.
r-o:i- lio ii y
dir li.iit cie.'invin can
a . a a.
Feci. ii. ii
i.. . . r .-
a a m
selltr, Salioburv or of the undersigned, or it will
be sent bv mail' on receipt of $ j, price of lare
tiize, or $1.75, price of sai all iie.
A f.-w agents: wanted. Addrts,
i L. DAWSON A CO,
j.; to ...v. v . nvier. liooK
May 8 Im-,'
UieciuibuM, . c.
United States Inter aa!
IVotice to Special 0L ai Pa ycrJ
f rilE LAW of December 21, 1572 renuInJ
' I every pefWM enraged iaamt boiiiMw
cation, or employment, which rtodera Lin
bie to a , f
to proenrt amd flat ttplc.yd ii nlrlMnj
ateiu or pact of otnmnnj . i
a atCAiktr. Li ( r
denoting the'payment of aaid Special Tax btJ
Cora inoimMirinV lminea.':af i
The taxea embraced wubia the rrovbJoiM
I '".V - II f
law aoove cjuoicu are(Uif vu : j j
iwecunen . j - - $3JO 00'
Dealervretail Jiqnor ...! 25 ry
Dcalern, wholeab lienor 100 UQ
Deslera mall Ihra, wbolaml- M oj
Dealers in mall liquor, retail Q
Dealer in leaf tobacco 25 00
Retail dealer ji Ipaf ,ulcrTW 500 00
and on aalea of over Sl.OOtl.fiAv n i 1
- cnu for every exce or l.VOV1' j
Dealer in tnanufactrcd tobacod , 00
Maouf.euirea of atills M ! JM (K)
Manufacturer of tobaeccj
Maii-ifaciurers pfjCr ?J7
jreodier oi tooacco. nr
' fmora thia two berae
Peddlers ofUbaoMH birJ c& j
Ieddlef tcbuvIoarfli daW
(on otor pbUf corverfrjet) ' 10 00
Brewer of leas ibaa 03 barrel 50 00
Brewer of 500 barrel br moral 100 00
Any person who shall fail td otnply with tbe
fon-goinj ropiiremenu wiH be auject to severe1
pen tiie. , w r . -i- . , r -. I
a t .v i -..-'
ivuimm in., iiiit wit, )(:
ro the flertroV fteiailv ailerlorT!
of if-Ir rctive dlricts aoS 'procure t
iua Unnhw. raoKt aue ap-
proper Mamp for the Hpecialtak lear, coin- i
menrirjr May 1, lt73, wnbot4 ' TJliaj for far-!
ther nutice. j . . i , . . . 1 I '
! ! "jjjjuorrr,' i j
; Qvlloctor Iplenul lie venae; T 1
-. I ob DLtrictN.C. !-
AppllSeaion mar lobw mad Jo, tad atttaL
proctired of Jolin A. Ramev, 8alibarv ; J. u. j
A. Reran. WUV-Owro ; R. li Howll, iiarela.- ;
ton ; N. W. LiJIingtoB', HntHavilW; P.Tl.llir. '
tin, ilork-ville ; J. T. ilcIatoab.Taylorrvillt.
k m .... I . L w -
APRHi 16tH. 1B73.
r . i
MORE NEW GOODS.
R. & AL MXTRPHY ;
are now rert ivia; and opening ticir larga ad
beautiful Un.ic of i - 4'
SPRIXfi AND SUMMER GOODS;
! V '. :
Conii:n2 of IrV pood for Iaqie aad Oema
wcr o! all 0UcriHiwti. j
BOOTS' f SHOES,
t '. -'i
Fur, uul a: I Straw I lat- for Gtolt and Lby.1
In fi.-t nil tffcl-renerallv Vci'l'in a'firrt rfwa
iierl lui hOi they are ntlling.row Ur
i ri-h ,r b:iru-r. ih-v re-peotf,,"y
! i t ini:nii e.ii f (!ie;r tclc before making jver
pi:r.ha4-r. ma tiiey are urtrrniint-djlo atll at ike
i LOWEST FIGURES: I
! ' 7-1
Tin v Like tiii- M.portiir.ltv of retnrninj tbtff
1 1 . 1 1 k for T i-l tatort-4 !h1 hotw bv fair altj
I huiic-t .ti nliii? and-Mrict atlentioti to UtrineM
lo tmrit an iitcrvj..
;u. & a. MpRrnv.
Ralihiiry, April 37 3n.
1 . 1
XVXOCXC CL 22 HOW 17. arc now recti t.
tlieir uvial larae stc.k of StTinr ii
C'oo-a-tinj; of all cla-wca f good oarx! to '
, seeiion o.' OrttntrrJ t
I Their to-L i full and cntnpletelft ail d-arnp
lion of l'tnnt, ltoek aod lirowa twmwrk-'i
Linens and IrilU,' lire jtooxbi in tba newS
' 4 vie-. Lidie' rtmdt mademiUL-a tbuat actaotifal
lit ti ti of 14 -ft mer and l'itit. i'amit Jea
all kind-. TtK-ii-tix k ofCkh-nT.iirt.atl
I timi-hing good i'tlie lanrt ain runat iWira
1 U,C,U U' f"'?!!" TT
TiHc r1'" 1 f H,yfc U S,u'r?
v-.. s tal f - f awttna- bm Nar-araai t-mtw w-w
. ' I f -I- ) . '
Tiieir lerm are paridljf c-h ard barter with
a f. w eicrlijii. i ThO wtw ar rUUeaiJ
I'roinpt in paying their anU i( aCriU ike)
lra.ire ;u accuntpv-late. To ttjalle drwa lo
x-ll zi al clo-e prictra, which lljey rt daer
mi:ivl tvjdo. tliUxIicy. ht-rn aulaiavlarWn
Cd ire i-cUt ua lilne lo indicriininle partir.
hi Ary Iom-a will ihx-ut fruoi l be Jkakrapt, Svndl
I b.ntt-airad j.roviulwt'ftWUT, ajwtwl loww
..rvnfailtl fUM-chnl. il U aV Wt-tl kUleJ
far i Uial aiicb loaaa art met and it Lf ttaurta
M lo uij.po"e lhal
Ihe r to be mxmSm ap as
' far a.praiiicalde, fll on boaeat ayiftf c
limivr.. Thrv haredvierniioed loatup ibia wa f
of dointr biiiu, by K-llinjf at iba loetrwa)
mi ) larH-r price and trrdit t.o man who il
Ut. worthy uf iL t j -
They are thank fid to their daily fnenda ar4
c-i-io.ner fr iKeir very IUt-ral e-jtom atd ooa
f,.! tuv, bud hojv bv KrlliiiitGood pooda at IjOW
iirict to hcetire their continued fa for, . i
! MOCK (V SHOWN.
Mardi T. if. I
SEW AM) ATTRACTIVE $T0K OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
are now recrivirtz at thejf SlAr. ijieirlarre aa
j well tMrh-eicd t.x k ofSj-ir;ard SsmmT Itood.
; (Amai-iing nf lry CttxU, 5wttoti; Kady-rnad
j Clotl.ins of the very latent jrlcV llardaarf.
(iro- rieti. IVaula alul Sknm Haaa Idie art
(int, in fad all RChmIs which aret twttallv ke
; i a um claa Umeral Slock ikb tbev ara
IliTi.r h.w f.,f i nS.x lairra tl ar ak "ia LjT
. .w arat a a afe aurraa a ai fcara. a aaav """P
, .1,., vim' rlrrl.fcr I I
We return our sincere thanks for rat tarora
ar.d hoj-e by fair dealing and strict aUenUoP
btisinens to merit arl iucrease. r
AU kinda of proloce takeji aJt the biiic4
market prices in exeharrce for oada. '
BERN IIAKIXT & SONS.
March 20-3mo. i t
rC.. tlfl I irncvaMMtl llramMat
f J 4XU itJMa. . m
fd. mk n ant' u ax ra f r ia i
Maw araB TK tbaa baa) at
aUraaaO. Ilia a I
j . Marriage Ortiticatcs furiiihs hure.