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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874.
Look at Life Cliccrily.
Look at life cheerily,
Wbate'er thy lot be.
Though ever drearily
Life looks at thee,
Walk not through the night dews,
Shake off the grief-drops
Look at life cheerily !
Sovereign or peasant.
Whatever thou art,
Darkness around thee,
Night in thy heart,
See sorrow's winter
Spring's heralds singing,
Look at life cheerily !
Piedmont Air-Line Itailway.
Richmond t Danville, Richmond A
Danville R. W., '. C. Division, and
North Western S. C. R. W.
In effect on and after Monday, Aug.
Stations, Mail. Express.
Leave Charlotte, 7.15 p.m. 8.35 a.m.
Air Line Jo. 8.15 " 8.56 "
Salisbury, 10.44 p. m. 10.54 44
Greensboro, 2.15 a. m. 1.15p. m.
44 Danville, 5.13 " 3.36 44
44 Dundee, d.25 44 3.43 44
44 Burkville, 11.30
Ar. at Richmond. 2.15! p. m. 11.04 44
Leave Richmond. 1.33 p. m.
11.04 p m
2.07 a. m.
1.21 p. m.
12.20 a. m.
44 Salisbury. 3.15
44 Air-Line Ju. 6.15
Ar. at Charlotte. 6.22
OOINO EAST. OOINO WEST.
Stations. MaiL Mail.
Read Down. Read Up.
Leavo Greensboro 2.15 a. in. 11.15 p. m.
44 Co. Shops, 4.00 44 LvelO.OOp. m.
44 Raleigh, 8.10 44 5.41 p. m.
Ar. at Golds bo ro, 10.50 a.m Lv 2.30 p. in
NORTIIWESTEIIX It. C.
Arrive at Salem,
Ar. at Greensboro,
2.00 a. m.
9.20 a. m.
1'asxenger trains leaving Raleigh at
5.41 P. M. connect4 at Greensboro' with
the Northern bound train ; making the
quickest time to all Northern cities.
Price of Tickets same as via other
Trains to and from points East of
Greensboro connect at Greensboro with
the Mail Trains to or from points north
Trains daily, both ways.
On Sundays Lynchburg Accommoda
tion leave Richmond at 9.00 a. m., arrive
at Burkoville 12.43 p. m., leave llurke
ville 4.35 a. m., arrive at Richmond 7.53
Pullman Palace Cars on all night
trains betweeu Charlotte and Richmond
Papers that havo arrangements to ad
vertise the schedule of this company
will please print as above.
For further information address
S. K. ALLEN,
Gen'l Ticket Agent,
Greensboro, N. C.
T. M. R. Taloott,
Engineer J: Gen'l Superintendent.
Office Petersburg R. R. Co.,
March 27th, 1872.
ON AND AFTER MARCH 31st, the
trains will run as follows:
Express Train, 7:40 a m
Mail Train, 3:25 p in
ARRIVE AT PETERSBURG.
Express, 10:50 a m
Mail, 7:00 pm
Mail, 5:40 a m
Express, 3:50 p m
ARRIVE AT WELDON.
Mail, 9:45 a m
Express, 6:50 p m
Ioave Petoreburg, 8:00 a m
Ieavo Weldon. 6:00 a m
Arrive at Weldon, 4:00 p m
. Arrive at Petersburg, 12:20 p m
Ieave Petersburg, 6:15 a m
Leave Gaston, 1:15 p in
Arrive at Gaston, 12:50 p m
A'rriveat Petersburg. 8:10 p m
Freights for Gaston Branch will be
received at the Petersburg depot only
on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.
The depot will be closed at 5:00 p m
No goods will be received after that
hour. J. C. SPRjGG,
53 tf. Eng. and Gen. Manager.
IIANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Ralkioii it Augusta Air Line,
, SuperintcmlenV s Ojjtcc,
Italeigh, N. C, Nov. 29, 1S72.
On and after Saturday, Nov. SOtn.
1S72, trains on the R. & A. A. L. Road
will run daily, (Sunday excepted,)
Mail train leaves Raleigh, 3.35 P. M.
Arrives at Sanford, C.15 44
Mail train leaves Sanford, 6.30 A. M.
Arrives at Raleigh, 9.20 44
Mail train makes close connection at
Raleigh with the Raleigh and Gaston
Railroad, to and from all pomes North.
And at Sanford with the Western
Railroad, to and from Fayetteville and
points on Western Railroad.
A. B, ANDREWS.
-dec 4 tf. Superintendent.
McCALLUM, WYCKOFF AND
HOPE, Successors to
. SEPAIIK, HICKS & CO.,
EXCLTEXUtS, UtON .FOI7NDEIIS
- - RALEIGH, N. a
- We are now manufacturing the Caro
lina Oln, awarded a gold medal by the
North Carolina Agricultural Society in
' 1S73, for the best Gin made in the State.
It has no BUDerior.Hs the lightest run-
nlng, strongest and, most durable Oin I
.T Tl'- a r I
, made.- "We guarantee every Gin to give
. entire satisfaction. The prices are lower
than any first class Gin sold in the State.
We also manufacture the best steam En
gines and Boilers , in the market for
running Gins and other machinery.
Prices lower than any other. We also
make Cotton Presses not excelled by
COTro.t cis and all classes of
machine work repaired in the best
manner. Castings furnished to order.
Raleigh, April 7, 1874. 1 3m
C A Jf E - S E A X I N G TUESJJ
branches being taught in the North Car
olina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
and the Blind, we are prepared to fur
nish Mattresses or the very best make
and material, and at cheap rates. Also,
to cane-seat chairs, settees, AC., etc. -
lfllooTls. W e also have on hand a
large lot of excellent Brooms, which
will be sold cheap.
Address Institution for the Deaf and
Dumb and Blind, Raleigh, N. C.
; Kalfcigh? March 20, 187L 3-3m
LAWS OF Tim UNITED STATES,
PASSED AT THE FIRST SES
SION OF THE FORTY-THIRD
Between the postal, administration
of France and tne posuu u min
istration of the United btates, for
the execution of the postal con-
vention of 28th April, 1874.
Thfl director general of posts of
"Prance of. I ho one part, and the
Postmaster General of. the United
States of the other part, in view of
the postal convention concluded the
02fli rf Anvil 1C7J Kata'MTI (ha
ZLZ .. . - 1 ' . .
United Btates and France, stipu-
latino- fAHiMpYivi that the noskd
administrations of the two countries
shall designate, by common accord.
the offices through wnicn tne ex-
chance of the respective corres
pondence shall take place, and shall
regulate the direction of the corres-
- . 11 . . 111 J
pondence reciprocally irausmuieu,
the form or accounts, as well as
everv other measure of detail or
order necessary to assure the execu
tion of the said convention, have
agreed as follows :
The exchange of correspondence
between the Dostal administration
of Franco and the postal adrpinis
tration of the United States shall be
effected as follows :
On the side of the postal adminis
tration of France
1st. By the office of Paris.
2d. Ry the office of Havre.
3d. By the office of Cherbourg.
4th. Bv the office of Brest.
5th. Bv the traveling office of
Paris to Calais.
Cth. By the traveling office of
Lille to Calais.
On the 6ido of the postal admin
istration to the United States
1st. By the office of Boston.
2d. By the office of New York.
The relations between the French
exchange offices and the American
exchange offices shall be established
in the following manner, viz :
Hv the way of Vie French mail
packets. The offices of Paris, Havre,
and Brest shall correspond with the
office of New i ork.
liy the xcay of the packets of the
Hamburg line. The offices of Paris
T T 1 1 1 1 21
and Havre shall make up mails for
the office of New York, and the of
fice of New York shall make up
mails for the offices of Paris, Havre,
By the tcay of England. The of
fices of Paris and Havre and the
traveling offices of Paris to Calais
and Lille to Calais shall correspond
with the offices of Boston and New
In conformity with Article I of
the convention of 28th April, 1874,
the postal administration of the
United States shall pay, on account
of the postal administration of
France, the expenses of the inter
mediary transportation of the mails
which shall be sent from France to
the United States, as well by means
of the Hamburg packets navigating
between France and the United
States as by the way of England
and the packets used for the con
vevance of the correspondence of
the British Kingdom to the United
These expenses shall be reim
bursed by the postal administration
of France to the postal administra
tion of the United States, as follows :
1st. At the rate of 30 centimes per
thirty grammes of letters, and 50
centimes per kilogramme of sam
ples of merchandise or printed mat
ter, for such of the said mails as
shall be forwarded by means of the
2d. At the rate of 44 centimes per
thirty grammes of letters, and one
franc per kilogramme of samples of
merchandise or printed matter, lor
such of the said mails as shall be
forwarded by the way of England
and the packets used for the con
veyance of the correspondence be
tween Enerland and the United
On its side, the postal adminis
tration of France shall assure, on ac
count of the postal administration
of the United States, the interme
diary transportation of the mails
which shall be forwarded from the
United States to France by means
of the French mail packets.
The postal administration of the
United States shall pay for this
transportation to the postal admin
istration of France the same rates,
per thirty grammes of letters and
per kilogramme of samples of mer
chandlse or printed matter, as those
at which the intermediary trans
portation is hereinabove fixed, bv
Hamburg packets, of the mails from
France for the United States.
between the postal administration
of Franco and the postal adminis
tration of the United States shall
be forwarded in conformity with
table A, annexed to the present
Correspondence sent in transit, in
open mail, conformably to Article
VII of the convention of 28th April,
lb i 4, shall be exchanged between
the postal administration of France
and the postal administration of the
United States on the conditions re
spectively fixed by the said article
and by tables B and C, annexed to
the present regulations.
The postage charges which the
two administrations shall have mu
tually to carry to account for this
. "... . ....
correspondence shall be stated by
the dispatching exchange offices in
ordinary figures, and uniformly on
the upper left side of the address, as
In red ink, on prepaid objects en-
A n . I il. .1 ! a 1 r i. ii I l
icreu uy mt; uisptiiciiiiig umce io lue i
credit of the corresponding office. f I
In black ink, on unpaid objects 1
l 1 W A I -1 I A 1 " OS - a I
euiereu uy nits uispaicinng orace io i
me ueDu oi me corresponding omce, 1
Registered letters, which shall be
reciprocally forwarded by the postal
administrations of France and the
United States, shall be marked, on
thesideof the address, with a stamp,
bearing in red ink the word
44 Charge," or the word "Registered,"
as the case may be.
Ordinary letters, registered let
ters, samples of merchandise, and
printed matter, sent either from the
offices depending upon the postal
administration of France for the
United States and the countries to
which the United States serves as
intermediary, or from the offices de
pending upon the postal adminis
tration of the United States for
France, Algeria, and the countries
to which Franco serves as interme-
diary, shall be marked on , the side
of the address with a stamp, indi
eating the date of mailing and the
place of origin.
a Article VIII.
The postal administration of the
United States shall cause to be
placed on the address of the pre
paid objects which the American ex
change offices shall forward - to the
I li pannh ornhanrra nmnaa tYta imnMO.
ti ' : f r ;ir
S10nt red ink of the stamp
On its side,, the postal adminis
tration of France shall cause to be
placed the impression, in red ink,
of the stamp "P. D" upon the ob-
jects prepaid to destination ; and of
the stamp "P. I.1 upon tne objects
prepaid by compulsion to any limit
whatever . oi ineir course, wnicn
shall be forwarded by the French
exchange offices to the American
The stamp "Affranchi&sement in-
svffisant," or "Insufficiently prepaid,"
as the case may be, shall be placed
upon letters insufficiently prepaid.
Each of the mails exchanged be
tween the postal administrations of
the two countries shall be accom
panied by a letter bill, upon which
the exchange offices shall state, with
the classifications established by the
convention of 28th April, 1874, as
1st. The nature and the number
of the objects which the mail shall
2d. The number of single rates
relating to the correspondence o
the one of the two countries for the
3d. The weights or
sums to be
carried to account for
each class o
The olhce to which
the mail shal
be addressed shall acknowledge the
receipt thereof to the dispatching
office by the first mail thereafter.
The letter bills and acknowledg
raents of receipt of the French ex
change offices shall conform to
models D and E, annexed to the
I n m a
The forms of the letter bill and
acknowledgmentof receipt, of which
the American exchange offices shall
make use in their relations with the
French exchange offices, must ac
cord with the models hereinabove
The correspondence described in
the letter bill shall be divided into
as many packets as this correspond
ence will admit of lines or special
Each packet shall be placed under
a label, indicating tne nature and
as well as the numberof objects and
the number of single rates or the
sums, as the case may be, inscribed
upon the letter bill.
Registered letters shall be entered
by names on the letter bill of the
dispatching office, wTith all the de
tails which this bill allows.
These letters shall form a special
packet, covered with an envelope of
white paper, sealed on all the folds
by means of the seal of the dispatch
ing office, and surrounded by a
string placed crosswise. The ends
of this string shall be attached to
the bottom of the letter bill by
means of a gum seal.
The letter bill must bear the
stamp 44 Charge or 4 'Registered,"
whenever the mail shall contain one
or more registered letters.
Every mail, after having been
tied up interiorly, must be envel
oped in gray paper, in sufficient
Suantity to resist the friction, then
ed exteriorly and sealed with wax,
with the impression of the office
The string t which shall surround
a mail exteriorly must always be
In case that, on the day fixed for
the dispatch of the mails, an ex
change office should have no object
to address to the correspondiner of
fice, this exchange office must nev-
theless send, in the ordinary form,
a mail, which shall contain only a
negative letter bill.
The postage or charge upon letters
that have become dead, from what
ever cause, which the two admin
istrations shall return to each other,'
by virtue ot Article XIII of the
convention of 28th April. 1874, shall
only be admitted in release of the
administration to which these let-
ters shall have been originally trans-
mitted, so far as the condition of
their seals shall not give reason to
suppose that they have been opened.
However, scurrilous letters and
those commonly called decoy let
ters, may be comprised and admit
ted in the dead matter reciprocally
returned, even though these letters
may have been opened.
Letters not clamed, addressed
poste restante or in furnished hotels,
may, alter three months' stay, be
returned on both sides, under the
conditions fixed by Article XIII.
before cited, and the preceding ar
The account of the total of dead
matter shall be prepared in bor
dereaux, conforming to the model
t, annexed to the present regula
It is agreed that the provisions of
i t M rVl J A
me convention oi atn April. 1874.
and of the present regulations, shall
. a j , - . .
oe put into execution me 1st oi au
gust. 1874. Jkf s
Done in duplicate -and slerned at
TTT A . T m a -r - .
wasningiou meym oi JuneiJa74.
anu at i'ans ine uin or June, 1874.
LSEAL.J LIS L1BO, - -n j 1 r ! f t
7-. i" Director General of Pps
A House and Lot iu the Eastern
TFard, containing four rooms and
kitchen, with one-fourth acre of ground
attached, on Newbern Avenue, will be
sold on reasonable terms. Any person
desiring to purchase will apply at this
office.. mar 4 St.
JNO. A. J. CUES WELL.
K U 1 1 fSi t postmaster ueneral.
(Republicans in Roman;
SurM Public InUrucliont
Thomas K. Purnell, -
Stephen D. Pool
James H. Harris, -Charles
M. Busbee, -
House of Representatives :
Thomas M. Argo,
Isaiah King, -
Willie D. Jones, -
i. D. Stepienson,
Jf. W. Page,
M. Whitley, -
George V. Strong, -
Riley Yearby, - -
David Ijewis, -
Reaister of ueeds:
William W. White,
J. P. Goodwin,
County Surveyor :
J. P. H. Adams,
G. W.Atkinson, -
H. C. Lashley,
James Jl. Jones,
Timothy F. Lee, -Robert
W. Wynne, -
S. M. Dunn, -
Superior Court Clerk:
John N. Bunting, -James
Q. Williams, -
James H, Headen, -Joseph
John C. L. Harris,
Samuel T. Williams, -
Doc. R. Chavis,
William A. Rhodes, -Jackson
Lynn Adams, - -A.
G. Jones, - . . .
Solomon J. Allen,
William D. Turner, -J.
Robert Nowell, -
Favored reform in county: financial affairs.
Members Elect to the General
Assembly of North Carolina
for 18 74-' 75.
1st District. Currituck, Camden,
Pasquotank, Perquimans, Hertford,
Gates and Chowan, Wm. B. Shaw
and Thomas R. Jernigan, Dems.
2d. Tyrrell, Washington, Beau
fort, Martin, Dare, Pamlico -and
Hyde, Chas. Latham and Milton
3d. Northampton ana uer tie, vy.
W. Peebles, Rej).
4th. Halifax, John liryant, itep.
5th. Edgecombe. W. P. Mabson,
uth. Pitt, Jos. is. btickney, jjem.
7th. Wilson, Nash and Franklin,
Chas. M. Cooke and Nick W. Bod
8th. Craven, Rich 7d Tucker, Rep.
9th. Jones, Onslow and Carteret,
W. T. R. Bell, Dem.
10th. Wayne and Duplin, D. Hi.
Smith and John D. Stanford, Dems.
11th. Lenoir and Greene, Josiah
Sugg, Dem. ,
12th. New Hanover, juawa uant-
13th. Bladen and Brunswick.
14th. Sampson, lulwin V. llerr,
15th. Columbus and Robeson, W.
Foster French, Dem.
16th,, Cumberland and Harnett,
Geo. W. Pegram, Dem.
17th. Johnston, L. R. VVaddell,
Wake, Charles M. Busbee,
Warren, John M. Paschall,
-.1111 . X ClOUll) VIUUJVl VUOT.Vs.., v.
E. Parrish and George Williamson,
Granville, Richard G. Sneed,
22d. Chatham, W. G. Albright,
23d. Rockingham, James Irvin,
24th. Alamance and Guilford,
Jas. T. Morehead, Dem., and A. S.
Hoi ton, Rep.
25th. Randolph and Moore, K.H.
ZGth. Richmond and Montgom
ery, James LeGrand, Dem.
27th. Anson and Union, C. M. T.
28th. Cabarrus and Stanley, Dr.
Geo. Anderson, Dem.
29th. Mecklenburg, R. P. Waring,
30th. Rowan and Davie, J. H.
31st. Davidson, Alfred Hargrave,
32d. Stokes and Forsythe, Nelson
S. Cook, Rep.
33d. Surry and Yadkin, J. G.
34th. Iredell, Wilkes and Alex
ander, R. F. Armfield and R. Z.
3oth. Alleghany, Ashe and Wa
tauga, A. J. McMillan, Dem.
36th. Caldwell, Burke, McDowell,
Mitchell and Yancey, J. C Mills, J.
M. Young, Dems.
37th. Catawba and Lincoln, Maj.
W. A. Graham, Dem.
38th. Gaston andCleaveland, Jesse
Jenkins. Ind. Dem.
39th. Rutherford and Polk, M.
Walker, Rep. ,
40th. Buncombe and Madison, J
S McEIroy, Dem.
41st. Haywood, Henderson and
Transylvania, T. W. Taylor, Rep.
42d. Jackson, Swain,-Macon.Cher-okee,
Clay and - Graham, 'James R
ave, Dem. m
Democrats; (straight), 87 : 1 Inde
pendent mocrat; Lpubllcans,lf
Democratic majority,' 2o. . '' ' f
; y 1. ; t
house of REPRESEOTATiyps. .
Alexander, J M Carson, Ind Dem.
Allegbany Field, Dem. , i t-4
, Anson, W E Smith, Dem. r
Ashe, Squire Trivett Bep, t!
OF WAKE COUNTY AUGU ST
... i .... ...
:, 377 377
. 118, 315 ,
' 374 363
- 374 1 372
li 374l 371
,122 v 338
.124 . 329
- : 123 334
- 122 340
I 382 427
- 113 292
- 370 368
. 364 368
- 117 315
- 363 370
- 364 370
- 120 330
- 117 330
t; 118 332
Beaufort and Pamlico, William
Bertie, Wiri T Ward, Rep.'
?. Bladen, John Newell, Rep.
Brunswick, J N Bennett, Dem.
Buncombe. M Patton. Dem.,
G. Candler. Reo.
Burke, S. McD. Tate, Dem.
Cabarrus,5 Paul B Means, Dem.
, Caldwell, M H Barnhardt, Dem.
Camden, F N Mullen, Dem.
Carteret, Appleton Oaksmith,
- Caswell, Thomas Harrison, Dem. t
Wilson Gary, Rep.
Catawba, S M Finger, Dem.
Chatham,' Jno M. Moring, OA
-Cherokee and -Graham, King,
Dem. 1 5 -,?; ;
Chowan,, Richard Elliott, Rep.
Clay, John O Hicks, Dem.
Cleaveland, Allen Bettis, Dem..
Columbus, W Richardson,Dem.
Craveni Jno R Good; Edward H
Cumberland, . Jas C McRae, J
Currituckr J MAVoodhouse, Dem.
DarerJno B Etheridge, Dem.
Davidson Solomon A Mock,
Marshall H. Pinnix, Dems.
Davie, Charles Anderson, Dem.
Duplin, A G Moseley, W B
Edgecombe, Willis Bunn, W T
Forsythe, Dr. W H Wheeler, Rep.
Franklin, T T Mitchell, Dem.
Gaston, W A Stowe, Dem.
Gates, R H Ballard, Dem.
Granville, H T Hughes, -Crews,
Greene, T E Hooker, Dem.
Guilford, Nereus : Mendenhall,
John N Staples, Dems.
Halifax, J A White, Vacancy,
Harnett, J A Spears, Dem.
Haywood, Frank Davis, Dem.
Henderson, James Blythe, Rep.
Hertford, Solomon Parker, Rep.
Hyde, A J Smith, 'Independent.
Iredell, A C Sharp, A F Gaither,
Jackson, E D Davis, Dem.
Johnston, E J Holt, E A Bizzell,
Jones, J F Scott, Rep.
Lenoir, J P Parrott, Dem.
Lincoln, W A Thompson, Dem.
Macon, Jas L (Robinson, Dem.
, Madison, H A Gudger, Dem.
Martin, J R Mizell, Rep.
McDowell, A M Erwin, Dem.
Mecklenburg, ' J Sol Reid, J L
Mitchell, Moses Young, Dem.
Montgomery, Elias Hurley, Dem.
Moore, A A Mclver, Dem.
Nash, W T Griffin, Dem.
New Hanover, W H Moore, H
Brewington, Alfred Lloyd, Reps.
Northampton, R J Walden, Rep.
Onslow, Jno W Shackelford, Dem.
Orange, Matthew Atwater, Jno
W Latta, Dems.
Pasquotank, W J Munden, Rep.
Perquimans, J Q A Wood, Rep.
Person, S C Barnett, Rep.
Pitt, Joseph S Staton, L J Barrett,
Polk, John Garrison, Rep.
Randolph, MT Moffit, AH Ken
dall. Dems. . i : t
Richmond, Piatt D Walker, Dem.
. Robeson, Dr.RMNorment, Neill
RockiDgham, W N Mebane, John
Rowan, J 8 McCubbins, Geo M
Rutherford, Eli Whisnant, Rep.
Samoson W H Brvant: 'James I
'McCalfop - Dems ' r
Stanley! A C Freeman. Dem.
stokes, Thomas Martin, Dem,!
1' Swafn; T D. Bryson;j)em. ' ; '
Transylvania, Thosf Gash; Dem.
fl V" 1
Vake, M W Page, L" D Stephen
eon, Geo V; Strong, Michael Whit-
leyf Dems.. j hi v - v- -t r
Warren, Hawkins Carter, Wm
Williams, Reps. I j
Washington, G B Wiley, Dem.
Watauga, J L Green, Dem. j
Wayne ;Isaac F Dor ten, John
W Isler. Dems;
Wilkes, J J J?oote, 1 J uuia,
Wilson, T J Eatman, Dem. .
Yadkin, W B Glenn, Rep.
Yancey, W W Proffit, Dem.
Democrats8 (straight), 81 ; Inde
pendent : Democrats, 2 ; Independ
ents, 3 ; Republicans, 34. Demo
cratic majority, 45. The Democrats
' have 70 majority on joint ballot,' and
two-thirds of each H6use.
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more than all other Buchuacombinen."
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thor of several valuable works, can be
consulted on all diseases! of the Sexual
or Urinary Organs, (which he has made
an especial study) eitherj in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause origi
nating or of how long j standing. A
practice of 30 years enables him to treat
diseases with success. Cures guaran
teed. Charges reasonable. Those at a
distance can forward letter describing
symptoms and enclosing to prepay
Send for the Guide to health. Price
10 cents. i
J. B. DYOTT, M. D.;
Physician and Surgeon 104 Duane St.
N.Y. I feb.4.1y. "
H . MAHLER
;6 b I d and S i Ive r-ware.
Also keeps constantly on hand
all the Latest styles op fine
Jewelry. 5 All kinds of repairing done with
.neatness and dispatch. r,:
"West Side of Fayettevlllo St.
Opposite Metropolitan Hall.
FIDDLE, BANJO, GtirrAtt-AND
DVLCUOEn Strings, Fiddle Bows,
Bridges, Pegs, Rosin, Aprons, kc, at
NAT. L. BROWN'S.
Z O Q
3 m g j
7J a w es
w S S 5 fa fa !
& crj cc 03 t
79 257 231 115 203 127 111
120 145 244 177 134 130 182
78 260 232 114 204 128 117
122 148 256 184 135 140 19?
79 259 232 115 206 132 Lib
78 260 232 103 203 132 130
78 260 230 114 205 129 120
79 260 232 116 208 143 130
112 158 254 195 134 132 182
121 148 254 ISO 134 131 204
120 148 253 180 132 134 184
121 152 253 180 133 133 186
79 234 210 119 207 133 142
121 146 271 178 133 131 Is',
79 266 242 122 208 140 lik
121 139 238 177 132 131 191
78 260 243 116 206 134 96
121 143 240 161 133 131 22S
79 245 243 116 206 133 128
121 142 242 176133 131 l!)i
77 234 256 122 176 127 1 13
2 27 3 10 7 3
120 141 222 171 156 137 17S
85 274. 233 125 204 132 15.V
116 132 251 172 134 141 178
79 258 236 115 202 133 13S
120 148 251 182 138 142 I'll
78 257 234 115 203 130 131
120 140 241 177 133 132 1S:
79 238 241 117 205 133 lk
78 238 240 111 202 130 li'i
79 238 . 241 116 205 131 132
78 238 241 116 205 132 12s
78 232 240 116 205 132 134
110 137 234 176 133 115 ft
120 143. 240 177 133 130 182
121 141 241 177 132 132 181
119 144 240 176 133 131 ITS
120 143 241 177 133 13I' ISO
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MIS CELLAR EOUS.
W I-AM-S I M V ti I) N
PHARMACIST & DRUGG IM
33 Fayetteville St.,
RALEIGH. J. C,
Keeps constantly on hand a full
complete stock of
Of every description usually kept
nrst-class Drugstore, j
A large stock of,
and Reliable Gnrdcn sckI.
just to band. .
I would call the attention of
need to my tock of
HARD RUBBER TRUSS Ij
which far suroass any other in
1 1 M
They are light.eleanly and comfortali
never rust, break, chafe or soil. Thi
may be had on trial for 30 dayH if uo.
satisfactory they may be returned, wuj
the money will be refunded.
JUtANCIIOFFJICC of thi;
Office of the Commissioners
Freedman's Savings and
Washington, D. C, July 20, '
Notice is hereby given to all iersor
other than depositors, who may haie
- claim8 against the JVecajaan's tiavfi
and Trust Cbmnanv
or anv oi
branches that they are called upon
d resent tbesanieand tomakeletral rr H
thereof tn thfl nmnmiwiinnftrM
Company at their office. No. 1507, i
HvlvaniA Avflniift VVajhincrtnn I). ('.
Pass Hooks, when Drooerlv adtust'-il.
will be deemed sufficient nroot'ofti
balances shown to be due thereon, I'
rnitnTti will thArprnrn nrft&pnt tliMir
, pass books to the respective branch
bv which thev were issued, as soon p
possible, that they may be proper
verified and balanced.
JNO. A. J. CRESWELL,
R. II. T. LEIPOLD,
jy 29 3m Commissioners.
W. T. ADAMS & SON,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
H T IC A. 3YX ENOINKJf
SAW AND GUI8T ITIILI
Plows, Harrows, Cultivator,
and all kind of ;.
All work, neatly and promptly ex
cuted. bv skilful workmen, on the in
The senior partner has had over
vears experience in the business.
feels justified in saying that he can Kjl
WANTED 100,000 pounds of old Ca
Iron, for which tbe highest market pnj
will be paid, , in cash or .exchange
.Works one Sooare U'eit of Court
. Raleigh, Aug: 13 1872. w3m.
. No. I.Fatbtteviixk Smter,
: MA LEIGH 2Y. C, .
B O O ICf J3 I I DKH.
, And, Blank Book Manufacturer.
KworMinnra Af acrarinAfl. and Jl
Books, of everv description, bound
the very best style, and at lowest Pru
pOBN! IS E A LI 'HAY!
I i j . to,l lmlt
i- a ..i,t hnv : UN
bushels VirginU oats, and 7o bbi
Bockland lime, at .TTva
MURRAY A ALLEN'S
323t . Feed Store, N. C. Depo