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Bursting of shells --Two condemned shells that were being molted up, bursted in the furnace of Cook's iron foundry, on 8th street, yesterday, with a loud report. A piece of one of the missiles flow upwards and carried of the top of the furnace, while another made its way through the smelting machine, struck against a bench, and threw down and bruised one of the workmen. A great deal of labor has been expended by foundry men in trying to render condemned shells harmless, but, as frequent explosions prove, thus far without effect.
For hire --An excellent Cook, Washer and Ironer. She has one child, about 10 months old. Also for hire, a Boy, 11 or 12 years old, and is a very good Dining-room Boy; and a Girl, suitable for a Nurse. She is about eight years old and very sprightly. Any one wishing to hire one or more of the above can get them on very reasonable terms by applying to G P Hill, at the store of C A Baldwin & Co, 10th street, near Cary. ap 28--3t*
For hire --A plain Cook, Washer and Ironer. She is a family servant, and has a good disposition. She is hired out because her owner has no use for her at present. Apply at No. 161 Main st, up stairs. ap 28--1t*