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THE ERA AND EXAMINER. ! J::':: for lanlic; ro com,so1 for
Thk Hor last N iniiT. The Imp nt
tho Yarborough hotel wa recherche in
every resp-t l;t ti iiili'. Dancing com
menced at '. xtuirp and at H is writing
is priM-codim with unusual spirit t
lively limbic. The bulbs never looked
ve ;pr in their u;erb tiltt : the gen
tlemen re well dressed jiinl iicvir
more ira'daut. Kniu Stanly, his broth
er Andrew, and Mr. Yaujhan :urni-h-1:1:1
eh'zant anil e -1 m to ai t f r tua I -
A.JVI. Sloan ami Company, vs. R. J.
McDowell, from Mecklenburg. Wil
son ami Son for plantill, II. W. Guion,
S. D. Smith vs. J. D. Mellwaine. frin
Mecklenburg, liailey. .Ior.es and Jnhn
ston tor plaintiff, Wilson A S n for de
fendant. "i noma- D. John-ton vs. M. L. Davis,
;i.li!iiiItrti r. from Mecklenburg. No
Hon. W. A
Dr. L. M Fe; roll,
tne l arolitni.
M. J. Hawkins, of Ridgeway, is at the
Smith is expected ia the
of Chatham, is at
of Winston, is at the
i 1 1 iel ; r
uiutitf, Wilson A Son for i
wait.--. T. !? and
R.-ans seemed in ex ellent gie and
everything went ni'-r ry : a marriage
e!l"i!in the v. .:ia. hours of the
(v. i I : r.
J. R. Krwin.'-ts,: 'nee. vs. L. II. Luv-
rouce etal., from Mecklenburg. Wil
son A Son for plaiiitill', II. W. iuion for
E lert R. Ilea,
No counsel for
and Johnston for
J. Masten, Esq.
Judge Samuel W. Watts is in cham
bers at the- Yarbjrough.
Thos. II. Hudson, Esq., of Hickory,
came down to the city of oaks yesterday.
.John M. l wle vs.
Tr :ri Moi-kleniiur;.
! :I;i;ititr. i:ii i!i, .I'Hii'.s
His H ,or on v..erdav : IU. road from . Mec enburg. No cm, -
" vs. .lolnon. in which the jurv ' Pt. H-irringw aul li
. . . - , f.' mm .t .Son lor defendant.
noer a von.rt aiusi I'.aimiu .or sector v.,. S P. Smith
Rattle Re. eiver vs. Hall, a judgment
for plaintitl for ?l,lf--V and costs.
Rattle Re-MVer v. Jeo. Bishop. Di--mi-od.
Thompson vs. Lee. Judgment
f. r pUmiiil for
Kerrell v-. Iwis, on triala:i(l
argued at this writing.
Salcof Vam-aju-k City pRorEUT)'.
Mr. J. Ruflin Williams, in acconlanc
with a jrevi ins announcement, on yes
terday, upon the spot, vld at auctioo to
thi lnhet bidder, his valuable prop
erty where his residence is itualat
the corner of Martin and Wilmington
streets, c-onistin f three lots fronting
hirtv feel on Martin street and rnnning
ia tn luifidrol nrnlti?ntv wt. Trie
oriier lot was knocked down to Mr,
1-a II. Adams for the mim of ;,l00.
T:i. adlolniiiir I ; w is bit! for the sum
i,;' $ i..r M, and tie; I ist one M r. tieo.-e T
Strona. h f r the sum T $l.."m la ikitij
:i tot.il o! S !."..( tVi Mr. illi.im- reserv-
incr all the buildings now t tndimr upon
It is Hi-- eoir.ein jdatioti of the pureh i
scr. we l-a n. to erect son, handome
;n-s th -ie- ii. Mr. Wiili.inis h ren
! l" r :ulv'lilii ' the !a.. rctd'MlC. to
John D. I'lilHHM', Esq.
from Mwklenburg. Wilson A Son for
plaintitl", no ciiin.se I for defendant.
-M. J. Hu3's, administrator, vs. R. J.
Davidson, et al., from Mecklenbutg.
J.m'.s ar.d Johnston lor plaintiff, li.
Rarrinrer and C. D nvd for delenlant.
James S. 4'hillips vs Win. II . Treze-
vant from Mecklenburg; W. H. Guion
for plaintiff, Jones and Johnston, Wil
son and Son for defendant.
State on rel. W. R. Harris vs. Robt.
C. Harris et al. No counsel to cither
recorded on appendix.
tin iinii rio
ho'.e -ari iair-".
To-x 1 app a r.iiin
as a new o.'ii ir,
vittl !, v 1 ;-.
roijh hotel, t
I 'IKK I'dMI'VNY. This
- full eomplement o!
- : d iy e eiiin z in full
: . : lie ir en-j: n- and
: . t 1 1 -j tit if ii-ual
e:.-itr a- bright
and everv rtiin in e
oriler. Thev were
ue water f
ei-t rn. i eccii'.lN
reception room oi
the new addl'i- il
it- anacitv Pel
li r'.'in :i
had their machine in place oV the si
of tho i-dcrn, w it 1 1 t!ie hose exp-ndiic;
plII"fH.e IroHl his
recie. 1 in i car f th'"
the hot.'!, between
mid the ..Id 1 . ;i : i -i i r ; ir.
of Jo.ooo ile.n-. 1 i.
;naii Jone- ;
lei p!a v iii -T i
through the re. eptl
t the middle
ol Colillll Itel I'V ;"!'
h id a stream oi w :t'
biiiidinz. which th. v continued tto
rratilie.i'i 'ii an I a:ii:i- lie;;' i' i l.cct'
crowd who I. ad withered in l.ontoi the
building I r -me time. 'tie;-' is a
j e .uncctcd ith tois. t'.r wiii- ii w
hope ie, m w id : e.t--ndcd ;U its nc n
tion. itisilu-: I :.kn wnto the m - n.
the,- suirf' ol with th" intent; n ot
draining tie ,-t- ru. and after pniupini;
mid sweating, -w i . itinr ami puiiij.in.:
fr a considerable tim", some one oi
their Miimhc r ui-'covcn-o that as last as
thev ptimped t!ie water out ot the ci
tern, it did ii ; 's in to decrciisc. Imt
remaiiK!l about the .same. Th.- Doctor
apjHMrin-; on the ei.e, convulsed w ith
laughter,' lileiy informed tiiem that
all the water throw n upon the hotel de-
throuli the mitters into the
Alkx. M. Whalixo. We hope if
this gentleman sees this use of his
name, he won't make ugh, wry faces
at it, nor at w hat we have to say, ad
vm a ha is to leiri udvcrtbted.
In Charlotte the other day, (happen
ing to be; tho local had tho pleasure of
shaking l3' tho hand this worthy man.
He w as .""or a long time the gentlemanly
Traveling and Soliciting Agent of the
Richmond and Danville Railroad, ar.d
is now Master of Transporting of the
Richmond and Atlanta ir Line.
" Eiic," as he is familiarly known by
Railroaders, rose from the ranks En
gineer, Conductor and Soliciting Agent,
to his present position. He is noted for
his immense store of fun anil anecdotes,
and has wedged his way into many
crowds of travellers by tho remark,
'gentlemen, allow me, but that reminds
ni of a certain story," which he invai ia
tly proceeds to tell "gaining their appro
bation, and closing his storv, "Now I
want you ail to try my route; ii is uiusai
est, piVasantest.th'e m st beautiful .scene
ry imaginable, and th'J nicest, easie.-t
iCirs.'Wc Ho generally got his share of
the p tss"iig:'rs, and but lew could co ni
pt te w i:h it i in . He told a few of his "oi.l
otic-." in out hearing the other day, and
we mi limit they bear 'inking."
He was conductor of the night ex
press to,- Washing .n from Richmond.
on tli-! Fredericksburg Road, with live
coaches packed with passengers, leav
ing Ru lniiond some hours behind time.
on a outer coin nigni vc.s, inner irecz
in ' niirht with instructions to make
up all he could, and et to AequiaCreek
as soon as lie could m ilii saietv, ior n. vas
very probable the boat would be frozen
in hard, and with this larsre number of
p:t-seiigci s he knew if delayed here
there would be some tail "cussing"
done, s Eiic done everything to
hmry un, and being an engineer, went
nt atid caught hold of the throttle him-
L. W. Rarringer. Esq., of this city
will remove to Raltimore and enter
upon the practice of the law.
Col. Cad. Jonea, formerly of this State,
, . . ' I j-m . V-, II. 1 I
ouinowoi lorn conntv. nnum luvii
mmtU ltm. I ! Ill I II
Col. William Clarkson. a mililarx'
man of great reputation as a teacher
since tho war, is quartered at the Tar-
Col. Walter Clark, of this city, was
married on Thursday evening to Miss
Sudie Graham, only daughter of lion.
W. A. Graham, oi ilillsboro.
Thefolloing gentlemen were register
ed -at the Carolina last night : 4$ol. J.
Allen, M. W. Page, E. A. Carver, S. S.
O'Neal, J. I). Ferrell and F. Duncan,
Tho following were at the Yarborough
W. A. West, J. A. Norris, A. A. Mc
Kethan, John Greene, Miss Gilchrist,
John Black nail, G. F. Uzzell, North
Caro'ina, J. A. Dunn, J. B. Clarke, II.
M. Eanier, J. W. Price, Baltimore.
Iter. A. W. Man gum, of tne Metho
dist Church in this city is fast, but
quietly and modestly making reputa
tion as one of the first theologian, in the
State. We predict that the time will
come when he will be ranked as
among the rirst pulpit orators of the
Methodist Episcopal Church.
II IS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That
on the 7th day of January, A. D.,
1874, a warrant in Bankruptcy was is
sued out of the District Court of the
United States for the Eastern District
of North Carolina, against the estate
of Samuel D. Braswell, of Rocky Mount
in the county of Nash, and State of
North Carolina, who has been adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition: That
the payment of any debts, and the de
livery" of any property belonging to
such'bankrupt, to him, "or for his use,
and the transfer any property, by him,
are forbidden by law ; That a meeting
of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose one or
more assignees ot nis estate, win ne
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Raleigh, N. C, before A. W.
Shaffer, Register, on the 31st day of
January, A. IX, 1874, at 10 o'clock, A. il.
es 75. .i i ui nrrs.iQ.M7
Dt-EY Battle, Attorney.
THE "COLLINS CAST"
CAST STEEL PLOWS.
rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That
on the 10th day of Jan., A. IX, 1873,
a warrant in Bankrupty was issued out
ot the District Court ol the United States
for the Eastern District of North Caro
lina, argainst the estate of Alexander
Eatman, of Wilson P. O. in the county
of Nash, State of North Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon the
Petition of his -creditors : That the pay
ment of any debts and the delivery of any
Eroperty belonging to said bankrupt, to
im, or for hi use, and the' transfer of
any property, by him, are forbidden' by
law : A meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more assignees of his es
tate, will be held at a Court of Bank
ruptcy, to be holden at Raleigh, N. Cy
before A. W. Shaffer, Register, on the
81st day of January. A. D.. 1874. at 10
o'clock, A. M.
R. M. DOUGLAS.
29 3t Marshal as Messenger.
Geo. Blount d: Bro., Attorneys.
the "Old Richmond'
'. in. I made
'asiier Fredericksburg he had ro
scended through the
cistern again. It Uing thus
rain. The lireiueii ciijoved
witli a hearty good laugh, and alter
oine more pulliiiK, ioiirucd and re
turned to their engine bnwe.
A Hanpsomk "rksknt from the
" R.xoLlsii L iun Wimii. " " Rord
Wood,"' recently stopping over in our
c! v ;.l one of its prnici;al hotels, being
on a travelling t ur io thi country in
th- i-ium- of immigration, and for the
b :e iit of his ho-.ilth. w as lie recipient
! inn. ih km. hies and attention from
some oi our citizen. He was anxious
to m ke . i large depo-it ol ri!i but our
bankers no: known. g when he would
in ike a i(Ki' . on a ount of tiie tnn
g. :e- ot the in- u- . luai kr! just a, that
li:n'" hi! t r.ti.- the oiler of tie
".rd.'' Aui-uig :li"rs who were
quite attentive tv.ts one of our i ity ll
tors, and it is of n:iu we propoe more
P iric-ul.ir.lv l p-.ik. "Rord Wood,''
ln Iniro' .i.i.; dcp.iitui'c Irom the
;v. t . t. I.N bi a:d bill, and
I- :is-o?u nee, lias l;-eii pronounced a
fr.in 1 hy.is irien l, th Ian ilorii. Ilow
. v- r, it sfr ins h sii:l h.i-s in retentive
ineui r . bis visit :oi 1 many friends in
our Lttie e;ty, and sends grefting,froin
liis -.oouti in the e erghnies of Florida
a i.Uiiig t('iiniotii.d in respect and grat
irn I- t his friend, the city editor,
for we learn that on yesterday a friend
I His Lordship's, now in the city, had
icccivi-d and was ehargi d w ith its de
lixerv upon sight of th-? 'hindividual."
'1'iiis :i i, :i 1 repaired t the otlice where
his -.!;;.i s4ip gen. -rally was, hut loartl
i:ig that So won! I lind the gentleman
o.ig!it lor at th-- "apitol in the Senate,
of yry wonld
repaired thither with
:rge. s-, ' i ua'-!'- m I re-ioiis,
i- t -it- I ia - i. t . ai:d making
ki. ii ; i s - r.sl t li s
.-.:! I s- , i. : -- ; i s, n;, th.. re
, ; :.- : t-.:ig, w .:s d--!;-M:eIy
i til l! a ii! -ss.-reg-r .Is tii.-re;
in- :! r ;:h a dainty present
h.- W'.u: 1 rel l : it isii i .r
i ' :-. s. g- t' in his
. l;.; i. Mr. i. ucgsLu ry , to
tigi.: I il' i io. an 1 retire
t i 1 1 1 : 1 1 ; : . i . : n . wi. h
;; 1 1 ! i ;i '. i !. v. oil id be
position as t oiuiuctor ainl
coniidoiit that he would
creek'' with considerable
tnalrlntr 4 rrytrt
ri- to exilain,"
. . 1 . i -
: i . i i u
-s. . : i
': i ii;oi
a w n i :
i I ; 1 1 .
t an a i :
his :r..-i; !
c. 1 1 1 : . i ; ! i n
ill tin- j
o " - s ; i
: . i i
i : a r v
1 1 : t !
1. and ail n-;
: i , ; t ii i
lie- .11 tl' w.lli a tew
wici. t c ngratula
it l :i w is re.ii 1 1 ly ac-pai:i-.i
to !hedci.;iiai 1
w lii-re. noon I'.piuiu
Il en -1 a
.scuta! i -n
atcly r j !
h i-;- :
'. ; i g a
r of' I
g- V 1
t i - c
: i h- :n I.o'i.i.
.-: t.i.t' :.it:c
.a .- - pale!! e-: i.:i;i:s.
i - s. . : -. ro i a - i'
. I ' i i- .i". : Ml I 1 1 1 head
i . it r". i and
'!". at d'-u i '. ali i
t :np. f a:ivl a
i i i ; a: i
a l . t ;i-
s- :.s u ishing t
ol.; on sili' il-.e
t . ft i. r.d ; W 1
will talk pe a-su
in lornia:' 'ii .
E. t i i iiS, l!.c
In i. ni.ifking,
I s. .11.
ii was appr. pi i
ci:y editor. The
i h. m. Is. .jn;- siiU
lis i-i'.y, w itn the
i cr.tilat. r which
cause a siicti. n
al all I imes pre-
oaM-hi a li'dncss a
s a Miic pii-s(-rva;i e
c.i ui no
n .this latter
my nig the hat. i I'cr-
o.tain a s.minir nat can
i ; i'ct :o.is l.y applying
npol tin.' .Vii v, wlio
e ui uiiug the iK'sin-.l
In the lj.ng.iuge of Jo I ii
great e-Miu-diHU ;Sdon
'...-e this a--curate report
thank you, gi-d sir,
rca -h the
Approaching a station, l'olecat by
n.ifue, (i-hauged now we are happy to
sa Eiic, as in duty required, when the
Engineer blew brakes tor the switcli,
crossed the platform to tho rear car and
veiled at the top of his voice the name
If the station Polecat." An old wo
man, whom he had not particularly
noticed before, was Hitting lar back in
the dim light of the car and she readilv
took in w bat she thought was La mat
ter and exclaimed -in lirill sorekiuf
voice, "shut that doorj-ou, infernal red
bo r led rascal and let no Polecat enter
Whaling was too full of lamrhter to
rise to explain, slammed tho door and
returned to th-j baggago car to relte
his experience. Another storv was
what he styles "How I put it up on
a brother Conductor" and for ways
that are wethink, was rather Chineeish.
'old man Gill, was our Superinten
dent, and as good, a man as ever I
worked for, and Tom so and so was my
brother Conductor. Tom was a good
tellow, but some how or other was un
lucky and always getting into trouble,
standing in front of the Spotts
woixl" one morning after breakfast,
font wh had just came in from a run,
approached me saying Euc 1 m into
it again. I hacked my ladies car off at
Ashland, and old Gill is going for me."
'Oh" Eliesavs; Tom that's nothing;
there's onlv one wav to get on with
old Gill and that's to do as I do
when overhauled by him."
"What's that?" says Tom.
"Whv, givehim a good, genteel curs
ing and threaten to thrash him."
I'll do it," says Tom excitedly, ''and
Eiic chuckled, knowing well his joke
was going to take. Tom, after getting
his breakfast, shaved up, and a clean
shirt, marched down toattendold Gill's
court martial at his otlice. He went in,
miii nillii - mctr
and after -sitting a few momenta was
a-oked by Mr. G. wtiat he had to sac for
allowing his train t- back olf a .switch ;
that it was gross n. giigenee, etc. Tom
remembering what Eiic had told him,
co:u luetic.'. 1 io .tinbi-Hiiil curse the old
m ;n learlully, and was on the eve of
striking, when he was put out by order
ot Mr. li.and wis shortly thereafter no-tiiii-d
by letter that his M-rvices
were dispensed with. Tom can.e back
to the Spotswood ' where Eiic waand
relavd the whole f his mishap, recit
ing v.viwiv what had transpired to Elie
and a crowd of rail-roaders. Elie had
let h.m into the joke. Upon the i-oneiu-sloii
of his story w haling i:i the dryi'st
manner eoncei able Mirprisi-il Tom by
saying, "why Tmn yiiurea d n 1Vm1, I
did'ni mean lor you to do this, to go
don n to ol.i ( .ill's otlice and cuss him,
but to do as I did, that was in this way;
"wh n I euss. j old Gill, I was at
A j u ; i I 'reek, and Gill w as in Rich
mond, taking very good care to cuss
r. , I, to myself while at it." Suffice
i: to s.tv. Eiic says he took tho whole
crowd in a body an 1 proceeded to Mr.
'iiii's of;ce. relate ! the joke and had
Tom reinstated, much to his great joy.
We here ba !c Eiic g.xd-byc,inaking for
the Ril-tgii train whose engine was
'whistling," and just as he wan ente
ing on another story, tho crowd roar
ing. I. ng may he live a good fellow
and a i ll v rail l oader.
UNITi:i STATES MAIL.
Post Ofi ick Dkpaktmest,
Washington, Dec. 1, 1S73.
PROPOSALS will be received at the
Contract Office, of this Department
until .1 o'clock p. m. of March 13, 1874,
(to be decided by the 20th March, for
carrdng the mails of the United Suites
from July 1, 1S74, to June 30, 1875, on
tho following routes in the State of
North Carolina, and lry the schedule of
departures and arrivals herein speci
No. From Salisbury to Moores-
villo, 24 miles and back, once a
Leave Salisbury Friday at Sam
Arrive at Moores-ville by o p m ;
Leave Mooresville Saturday at 8
a in ;
Arrive at Salisbury by 3 p m.
1 I roni Ra useytown, by Egypt, to
iiald creek, l, miles and baci
onco a week.
Leave Ramsey town Monday at
a m ;
Arrive at Raid Creek by 12 m ;
Leave Raid Creek Monday at 1
Arrive at Ramseytown by 6 p m.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE,
on the 7th day of Jan., A. D,
a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
out of the District Court of the United
States for tho Eastern District of North
Carolina, against the estate of Robert
h . Ricks, of Rockv Mount in tb
county of Nash, and State of North
Carolina, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own Petition: That
the payment of any debts, and the de
livery of any property belonging to such
bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and
tho transfer of any property, by hirn,
are forbidden by law ; That a meeting
of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, ami to choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at Raleigh, N. C.,' before A. W. Shaffer,
Register, on the 31st day of Jan., A. D.,
1874, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
R. M. DOUGLAS,
21) 3t Marshal as Messenger.
Dos.sk y Battle, Attorney.
31 IS CE L LAIii JZ O L'S.
BEAD! READ! READ! READ!
These plows are incontestiblv the best made in America for all nnrnoses of lint
$"arms,and being most durable also, ARE THE CHEAPEST. I
x ,1 bey are made of all sizes from, one to six horse right or left hand, with or
without knife or revolving coulter, gaugewheel and chain.
COST accord in s to size and furniture ONE HORSE. Pl.iin Sl ao t sir, tw.
norse, plain, $18 to $24, actual freight charges to be added. I
Can be seen in use at "HOLLY FARM," three miles east of Raleigh!
n the Tarboro road, or ill ristrated catalogue aud price list furnished on applica
tion to SHAFFER cfc HAJtRIS, Agents, !
20-f Raleigh, N. C. jj
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES. Eastern District
of North Carolin.
Mary Ruthii vs Benjamin B. Lewis.
Warrant of attachment levied on
Notice' is hereby given to the defend
ant, Benjamin B. Lewis, that in the ac
tion pending in the Circuit Court of the
United States of America, for the Eas
tern District ol North Carolina, a war
rant of attachment was duly issued by
the Clerk 'of said Court n the Kith day
of December. A. !.. ls7;5, returnable to
June term, 1874, of said Court. Which
said warrant of aitacnmeut was this day
levied -upon: ;i tract of hind in the county
of Franklin, State of North Carolina,
as the property :' s.iid I'ei.jainin 15.
Lewis, defendant, as i .Hows: About
one and. one-half
Ann Spencer on the North, John Cooke
on the South and Madison Hawkins
along said Louisburg and Warrenton
road, at psesent occupied by Misses
Maria and Martha Lewis, supposed to
contain about 250 acres. The plaintiff
in said action claims three thousand
dollars as damages for breach of con
tract as set lorth in plaintiffs complaint
filed in the; office of the Clerk of said
Circuit Court in said action.
R. M. DOUGLAS,
I United States Marshall.
J. B. HILL,
29 w4v Deputy U. S. Marshal.
A 1V book, full of ffnod thinen, valuable Mrat
on J importan information, inaiU-j for two ftjimp,
Adireaa, LEK & CO., 62i bixth Ave., Now Yuti.
The Magic Comb
Sent hy mnH to
Miiy one for SI.
any colored hair to a permanent black
or'bmwii and contains no poison. Trado
supplied at low rates. Ad., MAGIC
COM R CO., Srw inirtield, Mas. ; 2S: lw
miles from the town 'mm?VSSl
on the uast side of the $&tJL& 4 5 lAVjSZ
m? fmm Louisbunr to War-I -sT J'4rrtrir '
TI C E !
Wo have this day disposed of our
entire Book and Job Printing Estab
lishment to Messrs. GOIIMAN, MA II
COMd; LEE, together with all books,
accounts, notes, and other claims due
the establishment. The new firm will
also settle all claims owing by us, by
note, account, or otherwise.
' JOHN NICHOLS.
Sept. 6th, Rs73.
The undersigned will continue the
Uook and Job Print imr Business un
der tho firm, name and stylo of GOR
MAN, MAl;COM& LEE, and respect
fully solicit a continuance of tho liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed on Mum
establishment by the public.
JOHN C. OIlIAN,
john w. mauco-u,
5292 From Shoe Heel, by Moiitpelier, to
Ed in bo ro. 20 miles and back, once
Leave Shoe Heel Wednesday at 6
a m ;
Arrive at Edinboro by 12 m ;
Leave Edinboro Wednesday at
Arrive at Shoe Heel by 7 p m.
i rom ivenansville, by Brancuo s
Store, Outlaw's Bridge, A lberton.
and Sandv Foundation, to Kins-
ton, 4:i uiilew nil k, -wx m
Leave Kenansville Tuesday at 0
Arrive at Kinston by p m ;
Leave Kinston Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Kenansville by S p m.
18 miles and
6294 From Kinston, by
to Ridge Spring,
back, once a week
Leave Kinston Thursday at G a m ;
Arrive at Ridge Spring by 12 m ;
Leave Ridgo Spring Thursday at 1
P ni ;
Arrive at Kinston by 7 p m.
i29o From Tarboro, by Robinson ville,
to Williamston, 37 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Tarboro Saturday at 5 a m ;
Arrive at Williamston by 5 p m ;
Leave Williamston Moiiday at 6
a m ;
Arrive at Tarboro by 5 p in.
529G From Winfall, by Belvidere and
Wardville, to Woodley's, IGi
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Winfall Thursday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Woodley's by 11am;
Leave Woodley's Thursday at 12 in ;
Arrive at Winfall by 5 p in.
w e w e u oi .e
i'i.i:iu: Ci'i'it r. -The
wcii- argued oil yesterday :
S. 1',. Alexin ler, s. ( -. :n ni ,ssi i n,
of Mcl 'we:'.. .1 !iCs and .l.'l-.ilstoii.
pl.mtiif, .McCorkle and R.nlcy for
. R. A!
in 1 r. vs. Win. J !in
MecklcnliuriT. Jone and
r i lantitl, Mcforkle and
tt. al. from
J. illusion, 1
1 dlcv lor K ' u Ian!.
Sit-iil.'MiM', M' i'.iiili v an.l Company,
vs. f. C. A.'A. R- R. "Co., from Meck
hnl.urg. H. W. iiiion f-r plantilf,
WiN .ti and S u, and R. R.irriugcr for
ii. "i r!-l int.
Kink "i hari tti- s. sii'iilmiiv-aiul
M.Cauley. et. a'., from Mecklenburg.
Wiisi.n and Sn for plantilf, W. M.
Shil'I'. 1 r dea-ndant.
Burroughs and Springs et. al. vs.
Rink of i harlotte, Irom Mecklenbui g.
Jones and Johnston, for the plantilf,
Wilson and Son lor ilcleiKiani.
fii-m Dowd, Administrator vs.
i-ar..Iiii. Railroad Company,
Mecklenburg, n ouinsel tor plantiir,
ilson and and Son. and R. Barringer
lor ileii iiu.iMi.
Mvlie Rinidie and Ames, vs
P.ryee, from Mecklenburg.
A fonscirncv strickt-ii man lias just
jvturnoil to a Troy gentleman, who
years ao was a wholesale and retail
grocer, the sum of $-"'.o, stolen mon
ey. " For twenty-five years," he
says in a note which he desires pub
lished which, however, he does
not sig-n ' I have been haunted
with this grim spectre of giiilt. I
vowed to Hod that I would make
restitution if 1 ever earned money
enough. Thank heaven, I have
earned it, and to-day I am happier
than 1 have been in "all these guilty
years, (iod grant that others who
were cniployi d by you, and stole
from you, as I did, may return
your ju-t dues." This poor fellow
has evidently paid heavy interest
in the shape ol misery, on his ill
' From Manteo to Hatteras, 5.5 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Manteo Sunday at 6 a m :
Arrive at-Haitgraa Monday fry
Leave nttrn TnMday at a m ;
Arrive at Manteo Wednesday' by 6
"YTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
-Ll That a fifth general meeting of cred
itors of tho Bank of North Carolina
bankrupt, will be held at the Register's
office in Raleigh, N. C, on the 3rd day
of February, 1874, at 10 o'clock, A.M.,
beloro A. W. Shaffer, Register for the
purposes named in the 27th and 2th
sections of the Rankrupt Act of March
CHARLES DEWEY, Assignee.
29-v3w Raleigh, N. C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned hereby gives notice
of his appointment as Assignee ofJas.
II. Bryan, of Clayton, in the county
of Johnston, and State of North Caro
lina, within the Eastern District of
North Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own
petition by the District Court of said
Dated Rafeigh, Jan 3rd, 1874.
THOMAS. HAMPSON, Assignee,
2Xr-St V O. Kaleign, N. C,
Pure white Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically combined.
Will last three times a.s long- as the best lead and oil mixi-d in ihv
ALWAYS READY FOR USE. SOLD BY THE GALLON.
One gallon covers twenty square yard two coats:
F. JONES & CO.,
RALEJGn, IV. C.
COTTO IV I 'ACTO
Wholesale & Retail Grocers,
"Wi!iiiiigt:!i s:: eel,
OPP'OrflTK .Y.AUKJIT HoLSE,
the Only Known Medicine
THAT AT T" E'SASIK TIMK
Parges liiri(lest and Strciij;
tlicns tho System.
JTr. Tuit aro composed of
main' ingredients. Prominent among '
them aro Sarsapariila and wild cherry,
so united as to a t together; the one,
through the its admixture with other
substances, purifying and purging;
while the other i strengthening the
system. Thus these Pills aro at the
same time a tonic and a cathartic, a de
sideratum long sought for. by medical
meu, but never before discovered. In
other words, they do the work of two
medicines and do it muchbetter than
any two we know of, for tliey removo
nothing from the system but impuri
ties, so that while they purge they also
strengthen and houoe they cause no de
bility and aro followed by no ronction.
Dr. Tint's Pills have a wondeful
iniluence on the blood. They not only
purify without weakening It, but they
remove nil noxious iartk-les from tin)
chyle before it .is converted iuto.lluid,
and thus makes impure blood an utter
impossibility. An tliere is no debilita
tion, 8'Athore i.-i no nausea or sick ness
aUcndiilg the operation of thin most ex
cellent hiedicine, which never strains or
tortured tlio digestive organs, but causes
them to work in a perfectly natural
manner ; hence persons taking them do
not become pale and emaciated, but on
the contrary, while all impurities aro
being removed, the combined action of
the Sarsapariila mid Wild Cherry puri
ties and invigorates the Uniy, uid a ro
bust state of health is the result of thoir
Price -J.-J cuiiLs a bo::. Sold by all
Druggists. Principal office, 13 and ." Cortlandt
St., New York. ' 2H4w.
i!- lit par'ment ihey
a I t. if .-lock of first-
t prices that have and
attract the trade. Tliey
Wc especially call the attention to the following testimonials of the Paint:
rpoWUOM IT MAY CONCERN:-
of his appointment as assign
B. Smith, of . in the county
FROM PROFESSOR W. G. SIMMONS., WAKE FOREST. j
I r t T.... Wake Forest College, N. C, Oct. 4th. 1873.'
AY CONCERN :Yrn".Tn, ' ? f1 i" - e nave lor several months been using vour
,. i ViHrflalAV $1 Patflnt Nlnatnnl Toinf r. nn t-i.-i .i- . .. -
c e re Dy gi re Bt tt"--- -" t r tfi nvTrrW i t oT o VT. " t- ulltfK isuiming. ana are well pleased
i assignee of JchiMITOj0?n; it was applied by one haVing no experience In such work, yet we
within said District, who has been iul- Lsr-
Warren, and State of North Carolina, f
judged a Bankrupt upon his own peti
tion by the District Court of said JDis
Dated Raleigh, Dec. 27th, 1873.
J, R. O'NEILL, Assignee,
30-3t P. O Raleigh, N. C
v. . . : .
Alitor ., ,1 r. -is. . " "cucvjiirt -Liitt iii i.ouii, oi ecoiimy.
j- j -f.iwa.iwu it to aupenur io any oilier pigment onered
very nespecnn n v,
W. G. SIMM0NSJ1
III tilt i i M'll-!;.
oiler to tho li .i k
elas groceries at
win eoiiiiiiiie t
have in store
1200 Cars. S. II. Svmp.
300 Rushel-i bolted mea!.
1-.00 Pounds cream i hecse.
40 Dozen cans licsh peaches.
25 -Boxes adamantine candles.
1000 Pounds, pure cand.y, assorted.
100 Boxes cakes and c rac k ois fretsh.
50 Bbls. superfine and family Hour.
50,000 Water proof percussion caps.
150 Sacks fine Liverpool salt.
40 Dozen boxes axle grease.
72 Doz. Masons Blacking.
3000 Pounds family soap.
25 Cases mixed p'ickles.
Snuff, Tob icco,
Bulk meatand Breakfast Strios. and
a full Assortment ofotber gorrfw- Kisrmr-
any sold in grocery stores. Call and ex
amine tho quality of their iroods and
- - ' i firt r i
f w S
I 1 .Sl
tni-rh lie mel r M
cures by Its xniui, r.c.il-
l ft 'Lllngpropcrtles,towl!lcr
when Uio BTBtcm baa
been But 1 In perfect
onler irltb Doctor
ITledlcal Discovery, which bhould
be taken earnestly to correct uioou ana
system, which are always et fault, also
to act specifically, upon tho diseased
Hands of tho noso and Its chambers.
Catarrh Remedy should bo appliod with
Dr. Plerces Nasal Douche, with
which mcdicino can bo carried high up
asxdperfccUy applied to all parts of pas
sages and chambers In whfch sores and
ulcers exist, and from which dischargo
proceeds. So successful has this course
of treatment proven, that tho proprietor
offers 8500 Reward for a caso of
"Cold in Head " or Catarrh which ho
Mnnntrnro. . ThO tWO medicines With
Instrument, for $2, by all druggists.
C;ijrlis, Colds, lIoiirsonoKS,
and all Throat'ulniM, t
usa i . .
Wells's Carbolic 'Tablets,
Pnt tip only in nLVrfboxpM.
A TKIEO & SUUK RI5Mi:iY.
Sold by Druprplsts. ; .2:4w
i-ninnt at - t t -i ni;,.
5o. in w. ivyv.ii4c ."'Uii u
. . rt ij
t. Vy ' , -nyeii, jur araaiey s jracent Enamel Faint.
hwpT 1 Reived your favor of the 3d inst., asking rny opinio
opinion of the
JQTICE IS IIEREBt GIVEN
That I will sell at public auction at
the court house door in Raleiirh, N. C.
oil Saturday, tho 31st day of January,
18i4, at 12 o clock noon, to tho highest
bidder for cash, one claim against the
United States lor property taken for the
use of the army, amounting to S5.000 or
thereabouts, and rejected by tho South
ern Claims Commission, tho property
of Thomas II. Coates, Bankrupt.
li. Cx. L-E.YY is, Assignee,
30-2t Raleigh, N. C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned hereby gives notice
of his appointment a-s Assignee of Benj.
iirv rniBui rmaujei j-aint," ior winch you aro Agent. It affords me meas
ure to add my testimonial with many other, of t vi o,i ,h, : ...r 'efZJ
" , " - wiai.,,. "oi"B a practical experience o: thirty years in
nrcnannc nlnna anH Kn i 1H i nr. ... i I. 1 1 i .... - J
r, o i .1 " js uiaiicues oi Artisans ana Mechanics, and
uocu lliwan UI tut) UiailTiai ior na nt.llior I WQC ni nnm it r r t l T hmii
- jl. jjjmi liii,. jrijjv j . fivvirifi- ri ir.; nm-loh i.. l...:. j .iv
f uv.o on,.. Huautaira IU SU1U 1 appiieU it lor lllSltle and outside work :id tV.on.l
it oried thoroughly covered the .surface perfect and dried with a beautiful Enamel;
iu3Hji.auui,uvwcu twenty square yards two iwrnts. T hsu-u m ,mnn,i,i n
luuiucisiu iuc uvv ui v asnincrton ann nn-cr M-.n-r an.i: , i ......
,i ,.j ,, i . "-.. . i ,. iiimi, "'in ruuai wusiiiaiuii:
.uuuiu. mixing coiors Dy ordinary Mechanics is not ottpn done to the
""7 " "! Pprietors auu mis niiit" being already mixed all desired shades
and frequently to suit, renders it more desirable in " Rural Districts " I cheer
fully recommend its general use and feel assured that all who use it will be satis
fied that it is all that is claimed Durable. Beautiful and Kmnnmii
Yours respectfully, JOHN L. DuFEIF.
Architect and Builder
nrr. n r i- . AshSns, Baltimore Bo-, Md., May 27, 187
mr. C. 1 . Knight : At the recommendation of a friend T wa indn,-,i t, ..
your patent " Bradley's Jfaint to my house. I have nleasuro in staiinrr t,at it.
Attorney at Law.
RALEIGH, 3ST. C.
Will practice in the SLnte and Federal
T- OFFICE near the Court House.
"T3s"c'f0ninlc r Soul :li:trin-
iaig." How i-iUicr sex may fas
cinate and gain the love and aM'ci tions
of any person they choose instantly.
This simple mental acquirement all can
possess, tree, by mail, tor li.3c, together
with a marriage guide.Egyptian Oracle,
Dreams, Hints to Ladies, Wed ling night
Shirt, Ac. A queer book. Ad. T. WIL.-
L1AJ1 & Co., .rubs., Philadelphia. 4w
SAMPLES sent by mail for 50c. that
retail quick for $10. R. L. WOLCOTT,
ol Chatham Square, xs . . 2lv
1? Va Oowtr S n
vy ni id
of First-Cl t lflakcr, will be fold low
tZ aM I . ...... . f x-J UAVJ Obdllliv LI1HL 1 L.
F. Jinkins, of Oxford, in the county nas proved highly satislactory, covering more surface than voa nromised is more
fn..,..:iuJ otinf v,n. fi i: A(VilinTnir!i! ami mrrice Ultar irlnou ihon : :i , ,. '
uiuiiuiyiiicaiiu oiaroui i.i ui in vai uiiua, 1 - ""'".i s'"'-'3 "i uniary 'ai n l. anu IS IT CGT IrOIII dlhta
: r - . J w ; . I i i i i r rat i ma t j t v x . . 1 .
wiinin saio x'isiiici, ivaiu nas oeeu au- I b"" x ours respectiuilv.
judged a uanKrupt upon ms own peti
tion uy tue JJistnct court ot said Dis
AJCkltA A MlbikAJ , JkSVs I , 1U1 U.
From Rock ford.
Stony Ridge, 13
by Siloam, to
lii.ilcs and back,
once a week.
Leave Rock ford Saturday at (
Arrive at Stony Ridge by 10
Leave Ston- liidge Saturday
a m ;
Arrive at Rock ford by "3 p m.
a m ;
a in ;
Farmer-' Turn-Out to Sup
( miles and back, onco a
Of the C hief Justices of theUni-ti-il
states, Jolm Jay was 44 at the
time of his first appointment in
ITs'J. and .VV at his second in 1S00.
William Cusliing-, appointed in
171o, was 5G. Oliver Ellsworth was
51. Rutkde, apjioiiitetl in 1795,
but not confirmed, was 50. Marshal
was 4G. Mr. Taney was 5G. Mr.
Chase was 55. Mr. dishing, nomi
nated, but not con tinned, is 74.
Mr. Waite is 5S.
Ieave Farmers Turn Out Wednes
day at G a m ;
Arrive at Supply by 4 p m.
Leave Supply Thursday at 0 a m ;
Arrive at Farmer's Turn-Out by 4
o300 From Warm Springs, by Marshall,
French Broad, Riverside, Ashe
ville, Busbee, Sbufordsyillo, Hen
dcrsonvillc, Flat Rock, Lima (S.
C.J and Traveller's rest, to Green
ville C. II., ts miles aud back, six
times a week between Warm
Springs and Asheville, three
times the residue.
Leave Warm Springs daily, except
Sunday, at 8 a m
Arrive at Asheville by 8 p m ;
Live Asheville daily, except Sun
day, at 8 a in ;
Arrive at Warm Springs by 6 p m ;
Leave Asheviile Tuesday, Thurs-
u:i , aim naturuav at s a m :
ArriveatUrcenville'C. II. next day
oy o p m ;
Leave Greenville C. II. Tuesday,
liiursiiay, ana .-Saturday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Asheville next days by 6
l he contracts arc to be executed and
returned to the Department by or before
iie i aay oj June, lb4, otherwise the
acccptal bidder uill be cojutidered at
having failed, and the Postmaster Gen
eral may proceed to contract for the ser
vice tcith vthcr parties, accordiny to law.
Transfers of contracts, orof interest in
contracts, are forbidden by law, and
consequently cannot be allowed.
Neither ean'bids, or interest in bids, bs
transferred or assigned to other parties.
Bidders will therefore take notice that
they will be expected to perform ths
service awarded to them through the
whole contract term.
For forms of proposal, guarantee, and
; certilicate, and aNo for instructions as
j to the conditions to be embraced in the
j contract, Ac, see advertisement of Dec.
; 1, 1872, inviting proposals for mail ser
vice in North Carolina, to be found at
the principal post ollices.
Bids should be sent in scaled n-
J velopes, superscribed, "Mail proposals,
! State of North Carolina," and addressed
to the Second Assitant Postmaster
JNO. A. J. C RES WELL,
27 wOw Postmaster General. ,
JOHN R, OfNEILL, Assignee,
30-law3w P. O. Raleigh, N. C.
W. T. AJDA3IS A SOX,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
SAW A!VD CRIST 71 ILLS,
Flows, llarrons, . Cultivators,
VTE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
G han ville County.
William Dean, Elizabeth Carnal, Jessee
Dean and others plaintiffs against
Peggie Carnal, Susan Dean, Bettie
Dean and others defendants. Peti
tion to sell land for Partition.
This cause coming on to be heard and
it appearing to tho satisfaction of the
Court that Peggie Carnal, Pollie Harris,
Frances Clayton. Barbary Dixon. John
B. Duncan, Augustin Duncan, Eliza
beth Duncan, Dicv Duncan, Geonre
Washington, William Washington,
William S. Askew. Katie Carnal. Jacob
Slaughter, Sophia Gates, Roland Terry,
ronie Duncan, John B. Slaughter. W
P. B. Slaughter and Susan Duncan are
non-residents ot this State; that the said
Peggie Oirnal is supposed to reside in
tne 83tato oi lrgima : and, tne said John
B. Duncan, W. P. B. Slaughter and Su
san Duncan aro supposed to reside in
the State of Kentucky aud Augustin
Duncan iu the State of Georgia; all oth
ers of the said parties have moved west
to parts unknown. On motion ol Alex
ander S. Peace attorney for the plaintiffs
it is therefore ordered that publication
be made for six iveeks in the Weekly
Era a paper published in tne city ot
Raleigh North Carolina, notifying the
said defendants of the hling ot tiie said
complaint in this proceeding ; that the
same is lor sale real estate ior parti
tion amongst the heirs at law and next
of kin of Elizabeth Askew, deceased,
and that they make appearance at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior Court
for Granville County in Oxford on or
beiore the 2Gth day of January, 1874,
and answer plead "or demnrr. as thev
mar see fit ; and that upon their failing
to appear the prayer oi tne partitioners
ho RnHlavP.lnnl 1?.,1 T.;?., r.. 1 i' . ""J J "
, i ""1UW " liX' e-iuewus my expectations in economy, beau
ty, and I have every reason to believe in durability. More than twelve months
since, x pamtea tue rooi oi my house (Mansion House) with the Bradley Patent
"llw"'vl M.v- c -m. " cv.j v, uicaacu Willi I L. 1 (IHLerill T M'lliit tin ttntu;
of the " Hotel," and I am most happy to say that it gives mo perfect satisfaction.;
In conclusion, I will sa it this testimonial will be of
are at liberty to use it. ' J :
lours most respectfully,
ISAAC ALBERTSON, Jansion House Hotel,
Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Sts. Baltimore. ;
IIlLLTlORO. Va' .TnW IX 17i !
Mr. C. 1 Knight, Sole General Agent, '
it , "3 West Lombard Street, Raltimore. Md. i
oni-iveum unuersigiieii naving used Jiradiev's Fatent Fnnmpl f,nt f-n
i : i v it i mi - . J , " " - . ,
Allien d. x.ariy xnompson is agent, cheertullv certify that, for l,p:inn- f li.ii, i
durability and economy it is in ouropin without an equal. '!
x ours very respectlully,
"THOMAS E. CAMP,
and all kind. of (
All work neatly and promptly r-xe
cuted, bv skilful workmen, -u the most
Tne senior partner has had over 40
years experience in the business, and
feels justified ja saying that he can give
WANTED 100,000 pounds of old Cast
Iron, for which the highest market price
will be paid, in cash or exchange Joi
Works one Square W et of lour)
at Lower rices jor cash, or on -MuIImcnts,
in Vltr er Comity,
ring this Financial Crisis and
HOLIDAYS, by IBOItAt'i: WATF.ZIS
Ac SON, o. -IS I Ilronduar, ilmn
ever beforo offered in Aetv York
Agrent antetl for the sale of Waters
Celebrated I'lanom, Concerto ind
Orchestral Organs. I)lnlrati-d C'a(
alugucv mailed !r-ut Induce
men( to. the Trudc.A Ufi(c dhcouut
Raleigh, Aug. 13, 1872.
Bat.timouk. fn SAiif n ikT'
C. P. Knight, Esq. --
Dkar Sir: I haTO had the Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint whi.-h T nurr-lmll
from you, used inside and outside, both at my dwelling and store, for two sea
sons. It gives me great pleasure to be able to say, that it comes fully up to your
recommendations iu facility of use, economy, dnrability and beauty.
i ours iruiv,
THOMAS J. IRVING,
1G8 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md.
Phinck Gkorob County. October 24. 1S72.
C P. Knight, Esq.. Baltimore i
Dear Sir Having given your paint a test of six mouths. I take pleasure in sav
ing that it comes fully up to your representation, and I think looks as well now, as
when first applied. It maintains its gloss aii!4 color perfectly, and I think will
outlast any other paint I have ever seen.
V erv respectfully,
No. 93 W
Specimens and Price List furnished gratis. -3r
Baltimore, iVov. 2d, 183.
P. KNIGHT, Sole Aaent. i
Lombard, Street, Baltimore.
will be granted and an order for sale bieenSuOrO reiTial6 bOlleffe.
C. Betts, Clerk
RALEIGH, X. C.
The both Session Opens Jan. 26, 1874.
The Principals congratulate them
selves on the success which has attended
their efforts during the past year;
within which time over a hundred
boys have been instructed by them.
The Academy aims to teach well. It
prepares boys for any College, and for
the piactical pursuits of life.
Tuition. rer session. $20, J.55. 30.
Board and room J15and $1G per month.
A few boys can secure board with one
of the teachers.
For other particulars address,
J. M. LOVEJOY, J. W. WHITE, Prin'a
R. W. LOVEJOY, Assistant Instruct' r.
Raleigh, Jan. 14. 29 w2w
Greensboro, N. C.
T..M. Jones. D. D. President.
The Spring Session of 1874 will begin
on the loth January.
Charges per session of 20 weeks,
board and tuition in regular course,
Charges for extra studies moderate.
For full particulars, apply to the
N. H. D. WILSON,
26-tf President Board of Trustees.
W. W. PEEBLES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Jackson, North Carolina.
Practices in all the Courts of North-
. - . . i r a. i . t
ampton, Hahlax, liertie and iienioru
counties; in the Supreme Court of
North Carolina, and in tne eaerai
gKIN DISEASES !
I will send (free) receipt for my VEG
ETARLE BALM, removing Pimples,
Black worms, blotches, Freckles, Moth
and Tan, leaving the skin clear and
with a helthy glow. Also, sure process
for the growth ol HAIR on bald heads
or smooth faces. II. PRATT, Chemist
41 Pine St., N. Y., P. O. box 5,128.
j2rSend stamp. lo-8t i
We have removed to our new building
OX FAYETTE V I LLE STREET,
where we extend a most cordial wel
come to our friends and acquaint
ances. WlLT.IAMSOR, TJPCHURCH it TlIOMAS.
Corn, ICye Sheaf's of Oats, IIeal,
Ieas, Fodder, Hay, Oats, -Fine
Always kept on hand at
Grain and Feed Store,
West of tho ' North Carolina Depot in
the new Warehouse built for that pur
Orders droppeo in the Post Office will
be promptly tilled.
W. A. G ATT IS,
Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 7. 173. ly
ities ol Europe
Purifier and I);
it Tiled h al Atthor-
;sy the strongest Tonic,
ibstrucnt known to tho
It arrests decay of vital forces, rxh iiis
tion of tho nervous system, restores
vigor to tho debilitated, cleanses vitia
te I blood, removes vesicle 'obstructions
Ai acts directly on the Liver and Spleen.
Price 1 a bottle. JoNN H. KELLOG(J,
IS Phut St., N. Y. 20: lw
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TIIE WILMINGTON" STAK.
Established only Six Years!
the State, and acirculatioii iu ilming-
ton NEARLY twici; as large as that of
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IV E E K. Ia Y S T All.
THE WEEKLY STAR, is now com
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and is one df the cheapowt papers in tho
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Editor and Proprietor,
Wilmington, N. C.
Bailey (St McCorkle,
Attorneys and Counselors
SALISBURY, N. C