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Special Noiiccs. ;
Brick J?Inchine. The National Brick Ma
chine, a Ci. vt Tempsbisg Machine, and makes,
with only two horse power, SO.OOO Splendid
Bbicks per dry, with well denned educes and uni
form lengths. If the Machine does not perform
what we claim for it, we will take it back and
refund the money. Address
ABSAM REiJUA, Gen. Agent.
npril S-S lm. 130 Broadway, X. Y.
8203 Saved. Rov. John W. Potter, Snow
Hill, N. C, January 0, 135$, says: "For twelve
years I was a great sufferer. My liver was dis
eased. I lost my flesh and strength, and my skin
seenud changed iu its color by the bile with
which my system was overcharged. I became
subject to frequent aad violent attacks or biilious
caJiic, every attack leaving me weaker than its
predecessor. The physicians had been able to j
patch me up a little, but my health was in a de- j
plorable state. I ha I taken patent medicines un-
til I was tired of them. V It.ioat energy or com-
fort I WiH barely able to g- about a little. At
lcnthl yielded to the earnest persuasion of a
frienl and- comm-'ncjjd ta:vin.? tne UbiAiii
PILLS, with no confidence in them. They acted
like a charm on me. From thit hour I improvj-J.
I have persevered in their use, until now, by
God's blessing, Ia.a w.-ll ani hearty. I had a ne
gro man, wlio, as I bilieve, was saved from death
bv a dosa of these Pills. My Doctor's bill was
annually Irom S10D to 8230, but I have had no use
for a p'aysieian since. I can contidentiy recom
mend them as a superior family medicine."
3f- For sale by the Druggists. Directions i
accompanying each box. Sent to any part ot the i
United States for 3 a dozen. Address, !
GEO. W. DEEMS, j
April 1 lm Baltimore, Md. j
Itch ! Itch ! Scratch i I Scratch ! ! j
Wheaton's Ointment will cure the Itch in forty- j
eight hours. Also cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, j
Chilblains, and all eruptions of the Skin. Price
50 cts. For sale by all Dru.'rists.
By sending Ot) cents to WEEKS ec POTTER,
Sole Agents, 1T0 Washingtou street, Boston, :.
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post
age, to anv part of the. United Slates.
P. F. PESCUD, Agent,
sept 21 ly Raleigh, X. C.
Batchelor's Hair Dye I The Original and
Best iu the World: The only true and perfect
Ilair Dye. H-irmlesS, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or uatu
ral Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill eu'ects of bad dyes. Sold by ail :
Druggists. The genuine signed William A.
Regenerating Extract of 31i!Iefleurs,
for Restoring and beautiiVinir the Hair.
ans 13 lv New York.
Hill's Hair Dye 50 Cents. Black or
Brown. Instaataneous, beautiful, durable, re
liable. The bct and cheapest in use. Depot
No. 03 John Street, New York. Sold by all Dru-.r.
Patent Medicine, Pciiumcry aad Fancy Goods
March 13, 1SU0. ly.
Aai de 3I:snolia. A toilet delight! Th
ladies' treasure and gentlemen's boon! The
"sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Manu
facture! from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used
for bathing the face and person, to render the skin
soft and frish, to prevent eruptions, to perfume
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspi
ration, It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac.
It cures nervous headache and allays inflamation.
It cools, softens and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yields a subdued and lusting perfume,
It cures, mosquito bites and stings of insects.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Sinsrers. It
is what every lady should have. Sold everywhere.
Try the MaS'uolia Water once aud you will use no
other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water af
terwards. DEM AS BARNES A CO.,
nov 22 liin Props. Exclusive A"ents, N. T.
S T 130aX. Drake's Plantation
Bitters. They purify, strengthen and invig
orate, They create a healthy appetite,
They are an aniuode to change of water and
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
They strengthen the sv-t.-tn mid enliven the
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers,
They purify the breath ".nd acidity of the j
They enre Dyspepsia and Constipation, i
They cure Dla.rliea, Cholera r.nd Cholera
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head- ;
They are the best Bitters in the world. They :
make the weak strong, nnd are exhausted nature's
great restorer. Tiiey :ire made of pure St. Croix !
Rum, the celebrated Cali.-aya Bark, roots and
herbs, and arc taken with the pleasure of a bever- ,'
aie, without regard to nire or time of day. Pur- i
tieularly recommended to delicate persons reouir-
ng a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Grocers, ;
Druggists, Hotels and Salootis. Only genuine
when Cork is covered by our private L". S. Stamp. '
Beware of counterfeits and reiilled bottles.
P. IT. DRAKE & CO., ;
Si Park Row, New York.
nov 21 Om
Dry ilastls, Insurance, kc.
The Grs::t?it nris-iiy of the Aze ! 1
A LIVE TJ.VX AT ICILLSPORO'I i
ON TIIE FIKST APRIL WE WILL OPEN, !
at Hilisboro', N. C, the 1 et and finest
aiiortrnent of j
Laslics' a?.d Tiler.:,' ATear j
ever offered to the country trade.
Having the best custom in the State, we can !
afford to sell at prices below City retail trade. ;
pivo us a eall. !
Write for samples, enclosing stamp. !
To Students nn School Girls at a distance we !
will sell at the sa j prices ns to onr home cus- !
tomers. UOVVN, PARKS & CO. i
- March 22, 180C '2 tf. ; x j
LIFE m mi IHSUHMCEliGEHCY, I
RALEIGH, N. C. ' j
P. F. PESCL'D, Agent. i
IS PREPARED TO ISSUE
POLICIES OP ISSUItAJICE
IN the following Companies, wbose combined
Capital and Assets amounts to 2,000,000.
viz : ',
Phoeniv Fire Ins. Co. Hartford, Conn. '
Atlantic Fire Ins. Co., Brooklyn, ?f. Y. !
Valley of Virginia, Winchester, Virginia. '
The above Companies are well known as tirst i
class Companies, and pay their losses promptly. I
He also represents tin:
BROOKLYN LIFE INS. COMPANY, t
of Brooklyn, New York, which is one of the most
popular and reliable Companies in the L'uited
Stales, and on their business for the past year
have declared a cash dividend of Forty per cent
to 'je divided amon-r ail whose policies -were issul
cd within the p-.t?t Vi months, on the Participa
Persons insuring in this Company can pay half I
cash, and half note, payable and renewable every !
year, semi-annually, or quarterly as preferred. i
They insure on the lion-i'orleiiure plan, ki that i
the insured loose nothing if they are unable to '
renew their policies after three or more years.
For particulars apply to I
P. F. PESCUD. ;
P.alel2b. N. C, March '), 188.
TORAGE, STORAGE, STORAGE
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO STORE IN
our largo brick Warehouse, Cotton, Tobacco,
liar. Corn, Flour, and all kinds ol Merchandize
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
inarch 30 1 tf.
1ROF. F. B. MAURICE, Greensboro'
N. C, respectfully iulorms the public that
he has opened a - .
Having received the best and most complete col
tictioti of Music, he is prepared to till any orders
which may be sent to him. The select ion consists
ol Sine Songs and Il'.dleidx, with Piano or Guitar
accompaniments; Marches, Q'lick-steps, Polkas,
SriMishcs, JIa.ti'rkax, Waltzcx. Melodic for two or
tour hands, with or without variations. Overtures,
Exiwisc-, Clem of Operas, Afclodies, by the best
sun! most nouular com nosers, such as Grobe. Hun-
t .. ,,., Ballc. Mack. Mo erbeer. Cramer,
J Wallace, fce., Instructors and Iano-forte 1'rim-
Catalogues of New Music sent free on applica
tion. Mnsic sent by mail; the expense being two
cents for every four ounces. Persons at a dis
tance will tind the conveyance a saving of time
and expense iu obtaining supplies. Any Music
or Books will be sent by mail on receipt of the
Address to F. B. MAURICE,
Grcensborough, X. C.
march il C Gt.
."rletropolifau Insnrance Compauy,
103 & 110 Broadway, 11 Y.
A FIRST CLASS COMPANY".
Cash Capital $1,000,000,
SURPLUS OVER $100,000.
Office iu Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh.
R. II. BATTLE,
march 31 6 s4w.
IAKE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS
NO II U ri BUG,
Until further notice, I will sell at
XE W Y 0 Ji K C 0 S T,
Expenses added, my large and well selected stock
and in fact, cverv thinsr in mv line exe-.-W Her.vv
;.-ocenesap.u;ra::i.a supply ol wiiieh wii: be kept
constantly on band, at :is low rates as can be af-
lorded in this market.
Dealers and Families will do well to call and
Aif't- determined to se?l as 7otc as any
Wholesale Establishment in this City.
TKZU STRKTLY CASH.
W. ROBERT ANDREWS,
No. 2S, Fayetteville Street.
Farriss fc Lticlt's
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SILK. CASSIMERE,
Er?ry Dfsrriptioa of Flat, ie., if.
Which the public are envited to examine, at i
No. 48 I'avetteville Street, j
""" OLD I GOLD I IS DECLINING, , at
r;it all kinds of the bes-1 Writing Paper and
i.:i empes. iiiiisiraicu papers, ralnon jjooks.
Fa. icy Artie!.-.-, and Newspapers, thro IVoin New
York in thirty-six hours, can always bp found at
West's Stationery Store,
Nc-vt door to the National Hank. "Small prolits
am! ipitel,- sales." is onr motto.
February 1J, VS&i tf
Grocer and Commission Merchant, for all kinds
o! Produce and other Goods.
Special attention i:ivc:i to the sale of Flonr,
Bacou aud Lard.
L '.ii.-iiiiiK-iits solicited, at Old Stand 4th door
North side Ilanrcti street, Kalcigh, N. C.
aau- 1 1 tt s
LU!!i! B liKLKY,
o-l Jl'iiit S?reJ, Un.hr ,T!a,m,ns 11,11,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER J. j
Foreizn and Domestic Drv (loods !
W!..J.... 4W, !
chh!e''.A?cnt for (JrHVtr,k dewing Ma j
oel 12 OmlO
ryo ovn FRIENDS.
We Mill continue-to sell books and stationery i
and :ill ;ther )ods in our line. V c caniioi sell
tit ci-it. If we do so, .ve shall be unabie to buy
ot er irood--. We have been trading in our line
io.-i-rai cars, our i.:enu nave always pat- j
ionized ii4 lar-ely. for which weare thanklul. U'c
tor s-evi-ral vears. Our lr:ends have ulivavs
have always tried to make a '.VVy profit on om ;
o.kIs, and at the same time tosrive treneral satis-
facti n to our customers. We intend still to folio.'.-
the same rule, wliich we think lair and hon
orable. ri!'-U books ;i.-v.e do not have on baud,
wi. v, id ord r for our friends. Anions our late
!iniv:ils, we have Methodist Hymn Books, Epis
co; il I'njfr Bofiks, Chidreu's llllustrated Books
iii trr; at variety. Photographs of Sou hern Gen
erals, and Photograph Albums. We have also a
'in at variety of common and tine Bibles and Tcs
t;iTi)i nts; also a large variety of Sheet Music. We
try to keep all tchool Books wanted by teachers,
to whom we sell at a liberal discount. " Call and
s -e our stock before buying elsewhere. We arc
prepared to do tiie be?t Book-Binding in the neat
est i-lyle at short notice. We want to trade with
onr friends."w years to come ; hence we will sell as
cheap as we can well under the circumstances.
BilANSON A: FAF.R.MI,
No. 40, Favettcvillc St.
jan 5 tf. "P.aleigh, N. C.
CAROLINA FAMILY FLOUR.
lZid Barrels North-Carolina Flour, in store and
for ;ale by
E. P. WILLIAMSON Jc CO.
Mcrch 9, mm. If.
JTATIIROP, Ll'DIXGTOX & Co.,
330 Broadway, New York,
Offer to Southern and Western Jobbers and Re
tailers, at the lowest market prices,
A VKKV I.AHOE AXO ATTRACTIVE STOCK OP
DEES3 GOODS, -CLOTHS,
NOTIONS, JIOSIKKT, WHITE GOODS, 4C.
CECOMD HAND COTTON
O iIACIIIENRY FOR SALE.
4 FLYER FILLING FRAMES, with Bobbins
iouit, euch mbpiridles.
25 :jfi incb LOOMS, all In good flue order.
ill be sold very low for cash.
N'ORRIS & BALDWIN,
apnl 5 lin. 18 Hanover st., Baltimore, Md.
ITY ELECTION I
P.A.Kiil. Auril a. l!JoC.
- .Notice is hereby k'ivcii that polls will be opened
at t.ic. Court House in the City of Raleigh on
-Monday t,;c 23d inst., at hili time will be sub
mitted to tne qualified voters of the City, fortheir
ueceptancu or rejection, the new charter passed at
lst h,-"'on of the Legislature.
, ,1, "so.1" favor ol the n w chnrtcr will vote a
allot with the word "accepted" printed on it,
"l'l,'el "ilh the word "rejected."
I'.v order of the bourd oi Commissioners.
jiprd b t(. vf, 11. HAKlON, Mayor;
Dry Goods & Groceries.
1866 r 1866
sxmmivgs---;' s Tropic.
jWt AS WE EXPECTED, .
OUR XE1Y PL A ST OF COXDIJCTUfG BFSIXESS
IS WORKING LIKE A CHARM. VIZ : ONE
of our tirm. ranaininsr constantly in the North
ern Markets, gives us great advantages iu purVv
chasing all tuo late Novelties in Fashion, at the
recent heavy decline in prices.
We are now receivinir a most superb Stock of
Ladies Dress Goods, consisting of Black and col
English, French and American,
And Nausook iilusiin. ,
W. H. A R. S. TUCKER,
march 29 5 tf." Raleigh, N. C.
Basuucs, Saques, Parasols, Fans, Ac, Ac.
Beautiful stock. W. IL & R. S. TUCKER,
march 21 5 tf.
Gaiters, Shoes, Hosiery and Gloves, Arc, fec.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
march 20 5 tf.
Fine Sort French Hats and Dress Hats, fine
Shoes, Gaiters, fcc, Ac.
;V. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
march 29 5 tf.
rpivo OF TIIE GREATEST BLESS.
J. INGS are HEALTH AND PEACE. To
preserve the first keep your body comfortable,
and to enjov the last keep your wives and daugh
ters well supplied with pocket change, aud let
them spend it at
No. 1, Fayetteville Street,
X. C. BOOK-STOKE BUILDING,
Where has just been opened a nice, well
selected and cheap stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods,
to an inspection of which the public is respect
I'aliv invited, t
March 22, l:fi. 2 2m.J
IRON AND BRASS WORKS,
i'lllfc. I .N DL.liMU.M-.l) ocg leave to announce
j JL that these useful works arc again opened, and
I tn.it they are prepared to uo all Kinds or iron and
Rrass Castimrs. repair Steam Engines, Mill Irons
and all kinds of machinery upon short notice.
They keep constantly on hand one and two
horse Plows! Shovels, Spades. Axes, Hoes, Carts,
Wa-rons. Wheelbarrows. Straw Cutters, Corn
Shelter.-, Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Plow Roits, Ac.
B. P. WILLIAMSON a CO.
ILL W A R D & W I N E B R E N E R,
118 JMarket Street,
1 DEALERS IN" MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
; oft-very description for Cotton and Woolen Man
ufactories. Also. ( ink Tanned Leather Belting, Card, Cloth
i:i. Cotton and Woolen Yarns, Warp, Starch,
Oils. DycStulls, ifcc, Ac.
Advances made on consignments of Cotton and
vili'-i? ?f iit.it iiiit rutin inviti. j'iuiiijii UL
WM. MILL WARD,
March 6 3m. D. S. WINEBREXEE,
Bales A1W lards, 41 hlicctmgs, arriving
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO
February 14, ISM.
NSL'R.VNC E AGAINST FIItK, j
AND THE PERILS OF INLAND TRANS
portation. l-NIJ EHWKITER'.S AGENCY,
Composi-d of the Germania. llaaorer, Jfffia
and Republic Eire Insurance Companies, New
York. Capital over So.WUO.OOO.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, fc CO..
oct o trio
For sale at
E. A. WIIfTAKER'S.
Lbs. Blue Stone,
For sale at
E. A. WIIITAKER'S.
. T F w r-k-r
f W-l ,
HOUSE, SIGN AND
; IMITATOR OF EVERY VARIETY OF MAR-
13LE AND WOOD.
"am;? on i. ass ana nooa, nnu japan
Tin ollice Sins,
EXECCTED TO OiiOER, WITH NEATNES AND
'pIIANKr Ll. TO MX 1K1EMJS FOR THE I
I verv liberal i.atrona-c I have received, hone
,y iinreniittin e.vertions to merit a eontiuuaucu
ol the same.
Shop opiositc S. E. corner of Capital
IIIPS i WHIPS ! WHIPS I
r0 Dozen Wagon Whius, for sale by
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
March 0, 1SG0. tf.
J-ON'T FAIL TO
FAIL TO READ THIS I
THE UNDERSIGNED, AFTER MUCH HARD
and troublesome labor, has ascertained a remedy
for one of the greatest deficiencies of human na
ture. He takes this method of informing the
public that they can reap the benefits derived from
it by sending one dollar and stamp, with their
address, to the subscriber. If any one can say,
with a clear conscience, that this is not worth
8601) to him, I will refund double the amount.
Apply soon, or not at all. Address
MebancBville, Alamance county, N. C.
April 5 8 Ot.
TIRGIJfl A TO EUROPE DIRECT!
THE SPLENDID Bn. STEAMSHIP. EPHE-
SUS, Capt. Wm. Collings, will leave Norfolk
for Liverpool, direct, on or abont May lst.
For freight, apply to WM. LAMB,
Messrs. Chieves' & Osborne, Norlolk.
Agents, Petersburg, Va.
Messr3. MacAsdrews & Co.,
April 5 8 tmlp.l.
JpOR SALE OR RENT,
A HOUSE, with five rooms, in the Western
part of the Citv of Raleigh.
Apply at the. STANDARD OFFICE.
March i2 2 tf.
Cllettor'B Cfllfe, I'. S. Internal Revenue,
1st Disrrict, Newbebn, N. C, April 3, 1806. ,
I7 VERY PERSON, FIRM, COMPANY OR
U corporation engaged in prosecuting or carry
ing on any trade, business or profession for which
a License' Is required under the "Excise Laws of
the United States," will call at the Collector's
ollice and obtain the proper License before con
tinuing the said trade, business or profession.
An otlicc is now open nt Weldon, N. C, where
proper permits can be obtained : consequently no
article liable to Internal Revenue duties can go
out of, or pass by, without paying duties and
havinjr the proper receipt or permit from tho
collector. E. W. JONES,
- april, J80G 9-lt. Collector.
P. S. The Collector of Internal Revenue will
be iu Raleigh, at the Yarborough House, on
Saturday, the Tth April, and remaiu five days, for
Jj.e issuing of Licenses. E..W. J.
FANCY PRINTING, v
. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING -
Of AU Kinds, can be Executed with Neatness
and Dispatch at the
(On Hargett Street.)
TTAVING ALL THE FACILITIES, AND A
Superior Foreman, who is well acquainted
with the best styles ot Northern printing, and an
entire New Stock of material, Paper, Inks and
Presses, we are prepared to do the
Best and Cheapest Printing in the State.
BOOKS PRINTED ND BOUND.
We are also prepared to contract to- this kind
of work, having laid in a new assortment of Book
Type, and made necessury arrangements to secure
One or more papers or periodicals can also be
printed in the Standard office. Publishers who
design issuing new papers or periodicals, cither
of a literary, rural or scientific character, can have
such papers or periodicals printed in onr office,
without making a large outlay of capital in pur
chasing presses, type, inks and other material.
Being determined fo do pointing of kinds in
the very best manner, we will guarantee satisfac
tion. t3? TermsCash.
KALEIGII, 3V. O.
TUESDAY, - - - ARRIIj lO, 1860.
We are sending out prospectuses of the Stan
dard to onr friends, and trust they will aid us in
extending the circulation of the paper.
Subscribers ill please look out for the cross
tnarc, and promptly renew. The mail facilities
are so limited, and money is so scarce, that-It is
no easy task to keep a newspaper establishment
in the South in a Uouris-hing condition.
City Subscribers, who are in arrears, are noti
fied that our collecting agent will be round with
thciraccounts during the week, and we hope they
will be prepared for the Tisit.
An intelligent friend, writing us from
Surry County, says:
" Stand by the nation. Truth is mighty,
and must at last prevail. Let us, hy all means,
j avoid the re-kiiullhi"; of sectional strife.'
! These are words of truth and sober
i ncss. The " unitv of sjovernment which
j constitutes us one people," is still in
i peril. Sectional feeling is at nearly as
1 great a height as it was in I860. Many
i of the Xorthein journals are bitter and
ungenerous in their allusions to the
! South, and a large majority of the
,-ouinern jottri.ais are euner (tenant or
ac'juies.cing sullenly in the results of
the war. These things are so. "We re-
eoru tiiem more in sorrow ttian in an-
ger. For example, a paper printed in
j this City the recognized organ and
j mouth-piece of the Governor of this
I State in its issue of yesterday says:
If tlie radical agitators prefer war to
peace agitation, turmoil, and ruin to quiet
j an I ti:e peace ot tlie nation, let it le known j
! that the entire South ranges herself on the
1 side t" the President, the Constitution, and
i the Union."
What docs this mean ? Is it a " trar
i of words or a " iw" of bavonets to i
! whieh our cotcmporarv alludes ? j
! Iu the first place, the South has not
! vet eomt.lied with the reouirements of
the President in his restoration policy, j
j In the second place, a twelve-mouth has
I not elapsed since the South was reject-
j in- the Constitution and tramplin- 5t !
under foot. And in the third place, the
Union, as it is proposed to be restored
j by the majority in Congress, is very ob-
! jectionable, if not abhorrent to all those !
! for whom the journal referred to speaks.
How is it' possible that peace ami j
; good will can be restored as long as !
j such views prevail ? We are as iirm j
j and as devoted a friend as the Presi- j
! dent has; but we are also attached to I
j the legislative and judicial departments
j of the government. 77 majority,
ttj-ieakiny tftroiifh the govern nent,tlone
j has the right to rb The President
; cannot govern by himself, nor can the
j Congress, nor can the Supreme Court.
! "When they divide, it is our duty as j
j good citizens to hope that the' will har
monize, and to aid them in harmoni-
.,:. V lr.rr-itr ilivwimi -linl i-Ift.
zlnS" N tlepiec.ltC ll lMon .UKl Stuie,
AVe Want no more war. We have had
far too much of it already. We fear
I that some of our people are anxious for
i some division that will involve the
Northern people in a conflict of arms
among themselves. We most sincerely
deprecate any such result. Any hope
of jood to the South from such a con
flict, is utterly delusive. Another civil
war in this country, no matter how or
where it should begin, would be calam
itous to the South in the last degree.
j Between the upper and the nether mill
stone the South would be ground to
This is not what the negro wants. He
needs to be instructed in the religion insti
tuted bv the "meek and lowly Jesus;" and
this, it 13 scarcely necessary to add, is as lit
tle known among the extreme fanatical por
tion of the New England population, as
fetichism is among the Quakers of Pennsyl
Two men went up into the temple to
pray ; the one a Pharisee, and the other
The Pharisee stood and prayed thus
with himself God, I thank thee that I
am not as other men are, extortioners,
unjust, adulterers, or even as this pub
I fast twice in the week, I give tithes
of all that I possess.
And the publican, standing afar off,
would not lift up so much as his eyes
to heaven, but smote upon his breast,
saying, God be merciful to me a sinner.
I tell you, this man went down to
his house justified rather than the other:
for every one that exalteth himself shall
be abased ; and he that humbleth him
self shall be exalted. Luke, lSth
The Sentinel quotes, the telegram of
the President Wthe sProf isiotiaUkv
ernor of this,. State, dated - August ,22,
aud endeaVbra to'produce the im-:
pression '.'that-; the r President instructed1
his representative that in making ap
pointmentsSie " must not overlook or
set aside the claims of those who have
never faltered in their allegiance to the
government." The language of the
President is as follows : " To impress
upon you the importance of encouraging .
and strengthening to the fullest extent
the men of your State who 'have never
faltered in their allegiance to the gov
ernment, ow, who were these men t
Surely not the secessionists or the lat
ter-day war men. The men who had
" never faltered" were extreme, uncon
ditional, "straitest sect" Union men.
This was what the President meant.
He dirette 1 the Provisional Governor
to encourage and strengthen these citi
zens " to the fullest extent'''' how ? Why,
by preferring them for office. They
were not merely not to be overlooked
or set aside, but they were to be pre
ferred for office. The Pro . isional Gov
ernor followed these directions as close
ly as possible ; and for this, as well as
for his administration generally, he re
ceived from the President himself the
most marked and emphatic approval of
his conduct. The President has not
changed. lie is of the same mind to
day. He regards Gov. Worth, Gov.
Bragg, Gov. Graham, Mr. Turner, Mr.
Pell, and others .who might be named,
as "lovallv disnosedy and as havinsr
acq ir iesced". in the results of the war;
but lie does not expect nor desire that
they shall take a prominent part in' the
work of restoration. He does not ex
pect the Congress to admit Mr. Gra
ham and Mr. Turner to their seats, and
therefore, though recently appealed to
to pardon them, lie has declined to do
so. Who is to blame for that ? Is IIol
den still responsible for the non-pardon
of Gov. Graham? Ask Gov. Swain.
He knows. Xo, the President desires
such men as John Pool, Lewis Thomp
son. Alfred Dockery, B. F. Moore, Ii.
M. Pearson, Thos. Settle, liobert P.
j Dick E j. Warren. Ii. S. DonnelL M.
J p Arendell, I). M. Carter, E. G. Reade,
c & Winstead, lialph P. Buxton, P. T.
Henry, JosephS. Cannon, Tod Ii. Cald
well, a. C. Ed wards, Eugene Grissom,
E. B. Lyon, Wm. Sloan, Xathauiel Boy
den, J. L. Stewart, William E. Bond,
Ii. E. Lehman, James Kumley, A. J.
Jones, A. II. Jones, I. W. Jones, A. C.
Cowles, J. A. McDonald, J. II. Haugh-
t,. a t li.iv....! tj , ,
.'7 " ' '
" " iuuu jj. return, uce
J. Yeates, John Xorfleet, G. W. Blount,
w:it: ,:i. At Afii tt
j V llllUIll XI. 71111111, an. V J ( III t j jitril-
i j derson Adams, W. J. Yates, W. S. Ma-
! T A 1 4 I 4 TT X T
N,H J'awu rm' a J.oyre,
W- KiS W- iinn, Jr., Neill McKay,
Jas- Harrington, Oliver II. Dockery,
Willie D. Jones, J. P. II. linss, C. L.
IIarris L- S- Bingham, R. M. Henry,
Dami- ornr Vl- " anagan, t. ,v.
Brooks, J. Q. A. Bryan, K. J. Williams,
W. P. Grimsley, Thos. llaynes, A. B.
Baines, and others, to take a prominent
part in this business. We have omitted
the names of several ex-members of the
so-called Confederate Congress, who are
as truc as stcei TO Ine 1 n,on csmsc a,,a
who eonsentetl to go to Richmond with
the hoV of doing something to check the
Davis despotism and secure peace. The
above is a brilliant roll of thoroughly
loyal Union men. Many more names
of the same stamp of highly respecta
ble public men might Ik added. Fif
teen or sixteen of the above number
could take the present Congressional
test-oath. If such men, who were either
originally Unionists or who have sub-
! mitted promptly and in good faith to
the national authority, were now at the
head of public atTairs in this State, and
if we had nine members elect to Con
gress of this stamp, the doors would
soon fly open, and North-Carolina
would be admitted with Tennessee.
No matter what the President says
or does, the Sentinel tries to twist it to
its advantage. It hangs to the Presi
dent like a leach to a sjK'ck of blood,
like a cat to its life, like a poisonous
vine to the sturdy oak. It reminds us
in this respect of a loafer following
gentlemen round for a'drink. 3Ir. John
son invites his friends to the board where
the wines and liquors are displayed,
and the loafers are at his elbow. They
crowd between him and his friends. If
they want brandy and he drinks wine,
they want wine they detest brandy.
Now and then he dashes a glassfull in
their faces, but they meekly wipe it off,
apologize to him for having gotten in
his way, and drink just what he drinks.
They swagger up to him and tell him
they are his best friends, but lie says
nothing. They want to bet that he can
whip any man in town, and break things
to pieces generally, but lie says nothing.
As soon as his back is turned they
" make mouths" at him, and when he
leaves they try to render themselves of
fensive to his friends. But no one re
gards them. Observe the hypocrite i
there is more hope of a fool than there
is of him.
Negroes Leaving Georgia The Mil-
legeville papers say the negroes are leaving
Ueorgia by thousands, to labor in the west.
The Charleston Courier reports that three
thousand two hundred freedmen have emi
grated from North-Carolina during the last ,
three months to Massachusetts. Connecticut,
and the other New' England States, on con
tracts to work at $ 20 per month, and that
more will follow.
' Andrew Johnson was himself an nnqual
- 'i jfi Cioaman throughout ,the entire re-
(71-1JIUI1. 11C U1U1C KbOt- Uicaii BUCCUU 1UT
the Union, in Joneslorough, in May, 1861;
and tnen fled to Bave, lus uteJ'- standard,
April 7, I860. " . : . '. .
' . " Andrew Johnson made his escape from
Tennessee, in a close buggy, with three
nrmed guards. " He ought to be" caught ere
lie - readies Abram s bosom. Standard-,
June 26,1861. L.
We extract the foregoing from the
last Sentinel. We have looked in vain
in the Standard of June 2Gth, 1861, for
any such article as the above. It is not
tliere. Any person who doubts is wel
come to examine our file, aud see for
himself that what we say is true.
But we are not surprised at this at
tempted cheat on the part of our neigh
bor. But a short time since that paper
charged us with having " removed "
that is stolen or hid away certain
Standard files in the State library.
These Editors one of them very pious,
and the other " tolabel " pious at times,
as Tony Fulps would say have a pe
culiar way of disposing of their political
adversaries. If they cannot meet, them
in argument, they think they can at
least silence them by calling them
rougues. " Oh the rarity of Christian
charity, under the sun !"
But we do find a rare article in the
number of the Standard above referred
to, written by brother Pell. It is head
ed, " God on our side." It argues at
length to show that God had made the
North and the South units against each
other, and in one place it bursts out
" Even the forests of oak are bendins with
mast, and what ouly occurs periodically, our
stately pine forests are rich with food for the
j swine. Hence, a prudent watch-care over
j the young porkers, is all that is needed for a
(Aonntiful supply of . bacon and pork, for
wmcn we uave iiiiuerxo matte ourselves de
pendent upon the North. God is in all
Thinking of meat from the very be
ginning ! Now we not only admit, but
we claim that we are responsible for ev
ery line that has appeared in the Stan
dard, good, bad, or indifferent ; but
when a person who writes for us makes
himself an ass, we are not responsible
lor either the gait, the ears, or the bray
of that remarkably stupid animal. We
were much engaged at the time as a
member of the State Convention, and
probably saw the above article only af
ter the paper had been printed. But
we certainly fouud time to write one
article for that issue .of the Standard,
and that was in relation to one of the
first acts of despotic power by .the State
government, in seizing a rolling machine
of one of our citizens, (Mr. Lee,) to
make percussion caps. Mr. Badger,
Mr. Iiayner, and the writer of this de
nounced this arbitrary act in onr places
in the Convention, for which we at least
were held up in the State Journal as a
traitor to the South. In that issue
the Standard we said:
" The day will come, when full developments
on this and other subjects will be made.
' The mills of the gols grind slowly,' but
they grind nevertheless. In a free country
like this reckonings must be had with the
people. They may he long delayed, but they
will come. We tn'de our time."
The Counecticnt Election.
Hartford, Cosx., April 3. Complete re
turns from every town in the State give the
following result by counties :
New London, . .
Jfatclcy, V English, Dem.
Hawlcy's majority, .... 509
The Democrats carry the Sixteenth Sena
torial District 85 majority, giving them eight
of the twenty-one Senators.
Curtiss (Republican) is elected in the
Eleventh District by 12 majority.
Tlie New York Tribune says the following
Senators were elected :
11. S. Hayd v,
Thomas JI. Bond,
Isaac T. Rogers,
II. Lyude Harrison,
H i nun Appleuian,
John T. Wait,
K I is ha H. Palmer,
William D. Bit-hop,
Charles W. Ballard,
Dr. John McGregor,
George W. Peet,
If. O. Hubbard,
William E. Cone,
Jasper H. Bolton,
13 Union, (in rouian:) 8 Democrats, (in
Hartford, April 4. A telegram from
Salisbury gave English 100 more votes than
lie received there, and this correction, with
others which have been reported, increases
Hawley s majority to 599. W e have the vote
of every town in the State, which gives the
following aggregate : Hawley, 43,847 ; Eng-
JOHNSON MEETING IN WASHINGTON CITY.
A rousing Andrew Johnson meeting was
held in YVashinojton on Thursday night last,
which was addressed by Judge Gooding,
vjtreen ciay cunitn, ana otners. J neloIIow
ing excellent resolutions were adopted :
1. Semlced, That we are now, as hereto
fore, ardently attached to the Union of the
States, under the Constitution of the United
States, and that we have always held, and do
now hold, that no State ever had the right
to secede, and those that attempted to do 60
still remain States of the Union, and are not
in the condition of Territories.
2. Resolved, That we have the utmost con
fidncee in the ability, patriotism, and integ
rity of President Johnson, and that we ap
prove nnd endorse his restoration policy.
o. Jsesoicea, mat we are opposed to any
attempt on the part of the General Govern
ment to force universal suffrage upon the
people of any State or Territory, against the
known will of the loyal people thereof, as
unconstitutional, impolitic', and unjust.
4. Kesoleed, That all loyal members from
any of the States, duly elected and returned
to the Congress of the United States, should
be admitted to their seats without delay, af
ter taking the oath prescribed by Congress,
known as the test-oath. -
5. Besolced, That the gratitude of the
American people is eminently due to our
gallant soldiers and sailors, who fought the
battles for the suppression of the rebellion
and the preservation of the Union, of the
States. : -
Chicago has at last received its. great
telescope, tha largest ever made in the world.
:f i Married :
SO Thursday evening, 6th April, 1866 "t the
residence . pC, the bride's mother, by Reuben
Sccreas, Esq., Mr. Jacob Maihabd to Miss T.
R. Kxith, all of HigU Point, Guilford county,
. : Xiecl $
In the " town of Wilkes bo rough, N. C., on
Tnesday, the 3d of April, of nervous debility,
Mrs. Mabtha 8. Cowles, the beloved wife of
Calvin J. Cowles, Esq.,in the 88d year of her age.
She had been confined by sickness for more
than seven weeks, and suffered intensely. Yet
she was patient and meek, and the Christian
spirit of submission which she manifested gave
the precious assurance that death only opened to
her the gate to endless joy. She was a most affec
tionate and devoted wile and mother, and leaves
a husband overwhelmed with grief, and Ave sons
the youngest a bright-eyed little boy of four sum
mers. May God, -who is infinitely good and
merciful, sustain these stricken ones iu their trreat
The deceased was born in the village of Hamp-
tonville, and was interred in the family burvinir-
ground at Flat Rock Church, Yadkin county.
JTIST OP LETTERS, ,
Remaining uncalled for at the Post Office in Raleigh
JT. C., April 10, I860.
Adams, J i
Anderson, W J
Brodie, Miss P F
Bowers, Lncy J
Barringer, Miss B J
Cooke, Chas 2
Campbell, Miss June
Clayton, Mrs J E
Cates. W H
Crawley, P L
Crawley, JH '
Dance, Henderson (col) Davis, Henry
Dorwin, O W
Eaton, Fred (col)
Ellis, J W
Frazier, J H
Gordon, J B
Hundley, R F
Humphreys, Mrs Susan
Jeffreys, Miss Lea
Johnson, W II
King, Lucy A
Leach, J A
Ma v ton, J
Marriott, J K
Magehce, M A
Peddy, J A
Pierce, Daniel W
Pomeroy, A L
Rhodes, Green (col)
Robertson, N F
Sorrel I, F M
Taylor, Miss Mary
Warren, Dr Edward
Walton, Henry (col)
Moses, J S
Madliue, Lucy A
Powell, J M
Penny, Miss Julia J
Prilley, Mrs E A
Robbards, W H
Somervillc, Miss J J
Somerville, Miss J A
Smith, Miss Frank
Thomas, Mrs Julia (col)
Wilson, Miss S H
Williams, Mrs Jane
Williams, Miss S L
Persons calling for the above letters will please
sav they are advertised,
"april 10 10 It. A. MILLER, P. M.
j. CARD I
rjrHE SUBSCRIBER MAY BE FOUND WITH
HART A LEWIS,
No. 44, Fayetteville Street.
He rcspcetlully invites his old customers, nnd
the public, to the cxtcusivc assortment of
Ilardward, Cutlery and IIoase-Furaisking Ceoda
now in Store.
april 10 10-tf. J. BROWN.
E STRIVE TO PLEASE I
FAERISS & LACK,
'Merchant Tailors and Clothiers,
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C.
Have just received their Spring Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHNG.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
These Good:, were purchased at low rates for
CASH, aud will be sold at prices wkicu will
enable us to live and let our patrons live.
IF YOU WANT FINE FRNCH CHOTHS
and Cassiiueres, call at
FARRISS & LACK'S.
TF YOU WANT FINE GERMAN OR AMER-
ICAN Goods, call at
FARRISS A LACK'S.
IF YOU WANT
Clothing, call at
GOOD READY MADE
FARRISS & LACK'S.
IF YOU WANT CHEAP CLOTHING, CALL,
at FARRISS fc LACK'S.
TF YOU WANT GOOD CLOTHING MADE
F YOU WANT GO
in good Style, call at
FARRISS & LACK'8.
We say nothing of our STYLE AND TASTE,
as we prefer that our work should speak for us,
and not we should speak lor our wors. We refer
any oue desiring information on this point to our
We do not say we have more goods than any
one else, and that we will sell lower than any one
else, but we do say we have a good stock, and.
are receiving weekly accessions tUereto. V e will
say further that we have bougat these goods and
intend to sell thein.
If you want bargains, GIVE US A CALL.
Cotton, Corn, Bacon, Flour and Lard taken in.
exchamre for Goods. GIVE US A CALL.
april 10 10-tf. FAKRIS & LACK.
T?OR SALE I
10,000 lb. OLD STEEL, IN LOTS TO
suit Farmers for Plantation work, as cheap or
cheaper, than Iron, aud much better. '
Apply to J. C. R. LITTLE,
april 10 10-tf. Superintended.
-J-EW GOODS I
BOUGHT SINCE THE DECUSE.-
There is not a more desirable stock of i
KE? SPRI.YC AXD SIJUIER C00DS,
comprising a general assortment, than those we
have just purchased in the Northern Cities, and.
now offer to our customers aud the public. None
can undersell us aud live by selling goods.
It is gratifying to know that our taste and judg
ment, in selecting goods, are appreciated, as
shown not only by expression, that our goods are
not surpassed in style and beauty, bat by the way
we sell them.
We would call attention to onr
Sugars, Coffees, Tea, &c.
Try our TEA it is good.
L. E. HEART, ,
Raleigh, April 10, 1866 10-2w. Agent- '
AUCTION" ' SALE '
OF tiOTERNJUENT PROPERTY f
WILL BE SOLD AT RALEIGH, N. C. ;
Thursday, April 19th, 1806: O
400,000 pounds Grain, (Oats.) -TERMS
CASH, in United States currency..
M. C. GARBER, Colonel
and Chief Quartermaster, Department of
april 10, 18Ktt 10-td. North-Carolina-
-yy anted i v.' :
A TEACHER WELL QUALIFIED to ASSIST
in primary instruction, in the Washington Public-
School in Baptist urove.
Apply IMMEDIATELY to - .
Rbv. FISK P. BREWER,.
Newhern st., opposite Episcopal Church..
april 10, 1860 10-t