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IThe following lines were sent to us by
correspondent who says : " I do not know the
author, havinff singularly come mro possca
6ion of them while in carljust before the
termination of the late war." -ZV. O. Tune,
The iron voice from yonder spire lias hushed its
And midnight finds me lying here, in silence and
The still moon through the window sheds its soft
light on the floor,
"With a nielaucholly paleness I have never seen
And the Summer wind comes ever with sad iean
As if Imrthened with the sorrows of a weary,
But the moonlight cannot soothe me from the
sickness here within,
And the sad wind takes no portion of my bosom s
weight of sin.
.Yet my heart, with all its pulses, seems so quietly
That I scarcely feel theni beating in my arms or
in my breast; ....
And these rounded limbs are resting now, so still
One would think, to see me here, that I was lay
ing dead. .
What if 'twere so ? What it I died as I am lying
With something like to Virtue's calm upon this
What if I died to night? Ah ! now this pulse te
gins to beat
A fallen wretch like me to pass from earth so sad
ly sweet !
. Yet, ami calm ? As sweeping clouds that wildly
float and form
In one dark mass, to give their strength to some
nnpitring storm. .
As calm ! as some parched desert ere the simoom
sweeps its waste,
Or as the ocean, ere its white waves all its shores
Still, still I have no tears to shed, these eyelids
have no store, .
The fountain once within them is a fountain 71010
The moon alone weeps for me now the pale, the
She weeps for fallen Annie through all the night's
What if I died to-night ! and when to-morrow's
sun has crept, . .
When late the mellow moon, so calmly, in virgin
They'd come and find me here! Oh, who would
weep to see me dead?
Who'd bend the knees of sorrow by the pulseless
n-anfon's ben 7
There's one would comc-my my mother. God
bless the angel band
That led her ere her daughter fell to yonder quiet
Thank God for all the anthems the gladdened an
When my mother went to heaven, and I was pure
Yes, there's another too would come, a man upon
My shame has brought the winter's snow to rest
so heavy now.
Yes, he would come, with manhood's tears al!
burning down his cheek.
How strange the throne of reason stood, when
virtue proved so weak.
My sisters and my brothers all, thank God, are
for away ;
They'll never hear how died the one that mingled
in their tlav :
Thev'll never hear how wretchedly their darling
The one that smiled whene'er they smiled, and
cried whene er they cried.
But I am all alone how strange that I should be
This splendid chamber seems to want some roue's
Yon soulless, mocking mirror, with its smooth
Hath seen these jeweled arms to-night in no un
chaste embrace :
For I have fled, forever fled, the heated, crowded
Where I might claim the gayest and 1 ichest of
them all ;
Where I might smile upon them, with a wauton's
Subduing all the virtue that would struggle to my
But I hate them all, I scorn them, as they scorn
me on the street;
I could spurn away the pressure my lips too often
I could trample on the lucre their passion never
For I once possessed a heritage of greater price
And earth can never give me back what I have
The brightest je wel woman wears throughout her
The brightest and the only one that from the clus
Shuts out forever woman's heart from all hopes
What if I died to-night, within these gilded,
Upon whose crimson trappings no eye of virtue
What would its soulless inmates do when they had
found me here,
With checks too white for passion's smile, too
pale for passion's tear?
Ah ! one would come and from these arms would
wrench these golden bands,
Another wrench these sparkling gems from off my
This splendid robe another form would grace, oh!
The moonlight of another night should sleep upon
And when they laid me down in earth, where
paupers' graves are made,
Beneath r.n bending willow, with its angel-haunted
Who'd come and plant a flower o'er poor friend
less Annie's grave ?
Or trim the tangled wild grass no summer's wind
can wave ?
Who'd raise a stone to mark its place from rcder
graves around ?
That the passing stranger's footfalls may be soft
upon the ground.
No stone would stand to mark it, no little wooing
No hand would plant a Cower o'er a fallen thing
like me. 0
What if I died to-night? What if I died while
lying here ?
There's many a green leaf withered ere the autumn
comes to sear,
Full many a dew drop's shaken down, ere yet the
And many a sleeping spark hath died, ere waken'd
What if my soul passed out, and sought that
heaven of the blest,
Where the wicked cease from troubling, and the
weary are at rest .
Would angels call me from above, and beckon me
And join them in their holy songs in that celestial
Would they clasp their hands in gladness when
they see my soul set free?
And point beside my mother to a place reserved
for me ?
Would they meet me as a sister, and one of dear
Who had won a place in Heaven by her holiness
on earth ?
Oh, God ! I would not have my soul go out upon
With all its weight of wickedness, to wander
where? oh, where?
The Louisville .Journal lets off the follow
ing bunch of sky-rockets :
"VVewish that the women would make up
on themselves an anti-stay law.
Happy remarks are often made by very un
liappj men. '-
Obsequious men cannot too soon have their
A reckless dispenaer of pills deserves the
A vaunting man's mouth is a perpetual gas
The Dead Duck was, even in life, a po
Stagnation op the Boot and Shoe
Market. The shoe and leather reporter
Kays that for all kinds of goods, except light
work for summer wear, there appears to be a
complete stagnation. Prices are no better,
and aales 0 shoes already made up are at
losing rates, and those made 011 orders give
little if anv Drofits. na tlipir arp tnUp.n low t r
xr 1 j -
keep a few workmen going, and the name of
up goous. a lie nistoryor me traae
cannot show the time when such large ag
gregate losses have been made on manufac
tured goods. Jhtion, Ilerald.
JAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
. .Passed at the First Session qf, the Thirty-seventh
. Congress, tchich vxi.bgun and held at the City of
Washington, in the District of Columbia, on
Thursday, the fnrih day of July, A. D. 1861,
and tndetl Tuesday, the sixth day of August,
A. D. 18tU. .
Ann 411 IV Lincoln. President. Hannibai, Ham
1. iv. Vice President, and President of the Sen-
ato. Solomon Foote was cleeted President
. of the Senate, pro tempore, on the eighteenth
dav of Julv, and continued so to act until the
close of tho session. Galusha A. Grow,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Chap. XLV. Concluded.
nrnof such valuation to the clerk immediately.
And the clerk of the court shall receive such com
pensation for his services herein, to DC paid py
and received from the parties, like costs ot snit,
as the judge of the district court shall, in that
respect, tax and allow.
Sec. 40. And be it further enacted, That the
several collectors shall, at the expiration of every
month, after they shall, respectively, commence
their collections in the next and every ensuing
year, transmit to the Secretary of the Treasury a
statement of the collections made by them, res
nfct i vol "V TV it.liin tli month, and nav over Quar
terly, or sooner, if required by the Secretary of
the Treasury, the moneys Dy xuem respccuvcijr
collected within the said term ; and each of the
said collectors shall complete the collection of all
shuis annually assigned to him for collection ot
' aforesaid, shall pay over the same into the Trea
sury, and shall render his final account of the
Treasury Department, within six months from
and after the day when he shall have received the
collection lists from the said board of assessors
or the said requisition of the Secretary of the
Treasury, as aforesaid : Provided, however, That
the period of one year and three months from the
said annual day shall be annually allowed to the
collector designated in each State, as aforesaid,
by the Secretary of the Treasury, with respect to
the taxes contained in the list transmitted to him
by the other collectors, as aforesaid.
Sec. 41. And be it further enacted, That each
collector shall be charged with the whole amount
of taxes by him receipted, whether contained in
the lists delivered to him by the principal asses
sors, respectively, or transmitted to him by other
collectors; and shall be allowed credit for the
amount of taxes contained in the lists transmited
in the manner above provided to other collectors,
and by them receipted as aforesaid ; and also for
the taxes of such persons as may have absconded,
or become insolvent, sebsequent to the date ot
the assessment, and prior to the day when the tax
ought, according to the provisions of this act, to
have been collected : Provided, That it shall be
proved to the satisfaction of the First Comptrol
ler of the Treasury that due delligenee was used
bv the collector, and that no property was left
from which the tax could have been recovered ;
and each collector, designated in each State, as
aforesaid, by the Secretary of the Treasury, shall
receive credit for the taxes due for all tracts of
laud which, after being offered by him for sale in
manner aforesaid, shall or may have beeu pur
chased bv him in behalf of the United States.
Sec. 40. And be it further enacted, That in case
any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia,
after notice iriven of its intention to assume and
pav. or to levy, collect, and pay said direct tax
herein provided forand apportioned to said State,
Territory, or district, shall in any year after the
taking effect ot this act, fail to pay the amount of
said direct tax or any part thereof, as provided in
such cases it shall be lawlul for the Secretary ot
the Treasury of the United States to appoint
United States' assessors, and collectors, as in this
act provided, whose duty it shall be to proceed
forwith, under such regulations as the said Secre
tary of the Treasury shall proscribe, to collect al!
or any part of said direct tax the same as though
said "State, Territory, or District had not given
notice, nor assumed to levy, collect, and pay said
taxes, or any part thereof.
Sec. 47. "And be it further enacted. That any
person who shall be convicted of wilfully taking
a false oath or affirmation in any of the cases in
which an oath or aflirmation is required to be
taken by this act, shall be liable to the pains and
penalties to which persons are liable for willful
and corrupt perjury, and shall, moreover, forfeit
the sum of five hundred dollars.
Sec. 48. And be it further cuaeted. That there
shall be allowed to the collectors appointed un j
der this act, in full compensation for their ser- j
vices and that of their deputies in carrying thi i
act into effect, a commission of four per centum
UDon the lirst Hundred thousand Usllars, one per
centum upon the second one hundred thousand j
dollars, and one-halt of one per centum upon all
sums above two hundred thousand dollars; such
commissions to be computed upon the amounts
by them respectively paid over and accounted for
under the instructions of the Territory Depart
ment : Provided, That in no case shall such com
missions exceed the sum of four thousand dollars
for a principal officer and two thousand dollars
for an assistant. And there shall be further al
lowed to each collector their necessary and rea
sonable charges for stationary and blank books
used in the performance of their official duties.
which, after being duly examined and certified by
the commissioner ot taxes, shall be paid out of
Sec. 4!. And be it further enacted, Th:it. from
atid after the tirst day of January next, there shall
be levied, collected, "and paid, upon the annual
income of every person residing in the United
States, whether such income is derived from any
kind of property, or from anv profession, trade.
employment, or vocation carried on in the Unit
ed States or elsewhere, or from anv other source
whatever, if such annual income exceeds the sum
of eight hundred dollars, a tax of three per cen
tum on the amount of such excess income above
t-ignt hundred dollars : Provided, That upon such
1101 lion ot .-am income as shall he derived iron
interest noon treasury notes or other securitiei
of the United States, there shall be levied, collect
ed, and paid a tax of one and one half per centum.
Upon the income, rents, or dividends accruing:
upon any property, securities, or stocks owned ii
tiie United States by any citizen of the Uuitet
States residing abroad, there shall be levied, col
lected, and paid a tax of live per centum, except
ing that portion of said income derived from in
terest on treasury notes and other securities of tin
Government of the United States, which shall paj
one and one half per centum. The tax hereii.
provided shall be assessed upon the annual in
come of the persons hereinafter named for tin
year next proceeding the time for assessing saic
tax, to wit, the year next preceding the first o
January, eighteen hundred and sixty-two ; anc
the said taxes, when so assessed and made public,
shali become a lien on the property or other sour
ces of said income for the amount of the same
with the inteiest and other expenses of ccllectioi
until paid: Provided, That, in estimating said in
come, all national, state, or local t axes asscssei
upon the property, from which the income is de
rived, shall be first deducted.
Sec. 50. And be it further enacted, That i
shall be the duty of the President of the Unite;'.
States, and he is hereby authorized, by and witi
the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoin
one principal assessor and one principal collectc.
in each of the States and territories of the Uuitet.
Statc6, and in the District of Columbia, to assess
and collect the internal duties or income tax im
posed by this act, with authority in each of said
officers to appoint so many assistants as the pub
lie service may require, to be approved by the
Secretary of the Treasury. The said taxes to be
assessed and collected under such regulations as
the Secretary of the Trcasur3r may prescribe. The
said collectors, herein authorized to be appointed,
shall give bonds, to the satisfaction of the Secre
tary of the Treasury, in such sums as he may
prescribe, for the faithful performance of their
respective duties. And the Secretary of the Trea
sury shall prescribe such reasonable compensa
tion for the assessment and collection of said in
ternal duties or income tax as may apper to him
just and proper ; not, however, to exceed in any
ease the sum of two thousand five hundred dol
lars per annum for the principal officers herein
referred to, and twelve hundred dollars per an
num for au assistant. The assistant collectors
herein provided shall give bonds to the satisfac
tion of the principal collector for the faithful per
formance of their duties. The Secretary of the
Treasury is furtner authorized to select and ap
point one or more depositaries in each State for
the deposit and safe-keeping of the moneys aris
ing from the taxes herein imposed when collected,
and the receipt of the proper officer of such depo
sitory to the collector for the moneys deposited
by him shall be the proper voucher for such col
lector in the settlement of his account at the
Treasury Department. And he is further autho
rized and empowered to make such officer or de
positary the disbursing agent of the Treasury for
the payment of all interest due to the citizens of
snch State upon the treasury notes or other gov
ernment securities issued by authority of law.
And be shall also proscribe the forms of returns
to be made to the department by all assessors and
collectors appointed under the authority of this
act. He shali also proscribe the form of oath or
obligation to be taken by the several officers
authorized or directed to be appointed and com
missioned by the President under this act, before
a competent magistrate duly authorized to ad
minister oaths, and the form of the return to be
made thereon to the Treasury Department.
Sec. 51. And be it further enacted, That the
tax herein imposed by the forty-ninth section of
this act shall he due and payable on or before the
thirtieth day of June, in the year eighteen hundred
and sixty-two, .and all sums due and unpaid at
that day shall draw interest thereafter at the rate
of six per centum per annum ; and if any person
"or persons shall neglect or refuse to pay after duo
notice said tax rssessed against him, her, or them,
for the space of more than thirty days after the
same is due and payable, it shall be lawful for any
collector or assistant collector charged with, the
d uty,of collecting such tax, and they are hereby
authorized, to levy the same on the isible pro
perty of any such person, or so mueh hereof as
"may" lie sufficient "to pay such tax,' with the In-
i such levy and sale' first giving thirty days' pub-K
lie notice ot the time ana place 01 ue saie inereoi;
' and in case of the failure ot any person or persons
authorized to act as agent or agents lor the col
. lection of the rents or other income of any person
residing abroad shall neglect or refuse to pay the
tax assessed thereon (having had due notice) for
more than thirty days after the thirtieth of June,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, the collector or
his assistant, for the district where such property
is located, or rents or income is payable, shall be
and hereby is authorized to levy upon the proper
ty itself, and to sell the same, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to pay tho tax assessed, to
gether with the interest and expenses incident to
such levy and sale, first giving thirty days' public
notice of the time and place of sale. . And in all
cases of the sale of property herein authorized,
the conveyance by the officer authorized to make
the sale, duly executed, shall give a valid title to
the purchaser, whether the property 6old be real
or personal. And the several collectors and as
sistants appointed under the authority of this act
may, if they find no property to satisfy the taxes
assessed upon any person by authority of the
forty-ninth section of this act, and which such
person neglects to pay as hereinbefore provided,
shall have power, and it shall be their duty, to
examine under oath the person assessed under
this act, or any other person, and may sell at
public auction, after ten days' notice, any stock,
bonds, or choses in action, belonging to said per
son, or so much thereof as will pay such tax and
the expenses of such sale ; and in case he refuses
to testify, the said several collectors and assistant
shall have power to arrest such person and com
mit him to prison, to be held in custody until the
same shall be paid, with interest thereon, at the
rate of six per centum per annum, from the time
when the same was payable as aforesaid, and all
fees and charges ot such commitment and custo
dy. And the place of custody shall in all cases
be the same provided by law for the custody of
persons committed lor any cause by the authority
of the United States, and the warrant of the col
lector, stating the cause of commitment, shall oe
sufficient authority to the proper officer for re
ceiving and keeping such person in custody until
the amount of said tax and interest, and all fees
aud the expense of such custody, shall have been
fully paid and discharged ; which fees and expen
ses shall be the same as are cuargeauie unuer inc.
laws of the United States in other cases of com
mitment and custody. And it shall be the duty
of such collector to pay the expenses of such cus
tody, aud the same, with his lees, shall be allow
ed on settlement of his accounts. And the per
son so committed shall have the same right to be
discharged from such custody as may be allowed
bv the iaws of the State or Territory, or the Dis
trict of Columbia, where he is so held in custody
to persons committed under the laws of such
State or Territory, or District of Columbia, for
the non-payment of taxes, and in the manner
provided by such laws ; or he may be discharged
at any time by order of the Secretary of the
Sec. 5rJ. And be it further enacted, That should
anv of the people of any of the States or Terri
tories of the United States, or the District of
Columbia be in actual rebellion against the au
thority ot the Government of the United States
;it the time this act goes into operation, so that
the laws of the United States cannot be executed
therein, it shall be the duty of the President, and
he is hereby authorized to proceed to execute the
provisions of this act within the limits of such
ite or Territory, or District ot Columbia, so
soon as the authority of the United States therein
re-established, and to collect the sums which
would have been due from the persons residing or
holding property or stocks therein, with the in
terest due, at the rate of six per centum per an
num thereon until paid in the manner and under
the regulations prescribed in the foregoing in the
f,vroi.'i sections of this act.
Sec. 03. Ami ue it lurtiicr enacted, mat any
State or Territory and the District of Columbia
may lawfully assume, assess, collect, and ;my into
the Treasurj' of" the United States the uircct tax,
or its quota th.ereof, imposed by this act upon the
State, Territory, or the District of Columbia, in
its own way and manner, by and through its own
officers, assessors, and collectors; that it shall be
lawlul to use lor this purpose the last or any sub
sequent valuation, list, or appraisal made by
State or Territorial authority lor the purpose of
State or Territorial taxation therein, next preced
ing the date when this act takes effect, to make
any laws or regulations for these purposes, to fix
or'chunge the compensation to officers, assessors,
and collectors : ami any such State, Territory or
District, which shall give notice by the Governor,
or other proper officer thereof, tothe Secretary
of the Treasury of the United States, on or before
the second Tuesday of February next, and in each
succeeding year thereafter, of its intention to as-
1 111 - ana pav, or to assess, collect, and pay into
1!lt. Trciirv"f the United States, the direct tax
imposeu by tins act, shall lie entitled, 11 1 lieu ot
the compensation, pay per diem and percentage
herein prescribed and allowed to assessors, assis
tant assessors, and collectors of the United States
to a deductiou of fifteen per centum on the quota
of direct tax apportioned to such State, Territory
or the District of Columbia levied and collected
by said State, Territorv, and District of Columbia
through its said officers: Provided, however,
That the deduction shall ynly be made to apply
to such part or parts ot the same as shall have
been actually paid into the Treasury of the United
States of or before the last day of June in the
year to which such payment relates, and a dedue
tion of ten per centum to such part or parts of
tiie same as shall have been actually paid into the
Treasury of the United States on or before the last
day of September in the year to which such pay
ment relates, such year being regarded as com
mencing on the lirst day of April : And provided
further," That whenever notice of the intention
to make such payment by the State or Territory,
and the District of Columbia shall have been giv
en tothe Secretary of the Treasury, in accordance
with the foregoing provisions, no assessors, assis
tant assessors, or collectors, in any State, Terri
tory, or District, so giving notice, shall be ap
pointed, unless said State, Teriitory, or District
-hall be in delault : And provided "further. That
the amount of direct tax, apportion. -d to any
State, Territory, or the District ot Columbia,
ihall be liableto be paid and satisfied, in whole or
in part, by the release of such State, Territory or
District, duly executed, to the United States, of
iny liquidated and determined claim of such State
pcrriory, or District, of equal amount against
lie United States : Provided, That in case of such
.clease, such State, Territory, or District shall be
illowcd the same abatement of the amount of such
tax as would be allowed in case of payment of the
same in money.
Sec. 54. And be it further enacted, That it shall
be the duty of the collectors aforesaid in their re
spective districts, and the- ure hereby authorized
to collect the duties imposed by this act, and to
orosecutc for the recovery of the same, and for
the recover' of any sum or sums which may be
brfeitcd by virtue of this act ; and all fines, "pen
alties, and forfeitures, which shall be incurred by
brce of this act, shall and may be sued forand
ecovered in the name of the United States or of
he collector, within whose district any such fine
enalty, or forfeiture shall have been incurred,
y bill, plaint, or information; one moiety there
of to the use of the United States, and the other
moiety thereof to the use of such collector.
Sec." 55. And be it further enacted. That the
amount of all debts due to the United States, by
iny collector, under this act, whether secured by
bond or otherwise, shall and are hereby declared
to be a lien upon the lands and real estate of such
collector, and of kis sureties, if he shall have
given bond, from the time when suit shall be in
stituted for recovering the same; and, for want,
of goods and chattels and other personal effects
of such collector or his sureties to satisfy any
judgment whieli shall ormay be recovered against
them, respectivel', such lauds and real estate may
be sold at public auction, after being advertised
for at least three weeks in not less than three
public papers within the collection district, and
in one newspaper printed in the connty, if any
there be, at least six weeks prior to the time of
sale ; and for all lands or real estate sold in pur
suance of the authority aforesaid, the conveyances
of the marshals or their deputies, executed in due
form of law, shall give a valid title against all
persons claiming under such collector or his sure
. Sec. 56. And be it further enacted. That, for
superintending the collection of the direct tax and
internal duties or income tax laid by this act, an
officer is hereby authorized in the Treasury De
partment, to be called " Commissioner of Taxes,"
who shall be chargod, under the direction of the
Secretary, with preparing all the forms necessary
for the assessment and collection of the tax and
duties aforesaid, with preparing, signing, and dis
tributing all such licenses as are required, aud
with the general superintendence of all the offic
ers employed in assessing aud collecting said tax
and duties ; said commissioner shall be appointed
by the President, upon the nomination of the
Secretary of the Treasury, and he shall receive an
annnal salary of three thousand dollars. The
Secretary of the Treasury may assign the neces
sary clerks to the office of said commissioner,
whose aggregate salaries shall not exceed six
thousand dollars per annum, and the amount re
quired to pay the salaries of said commissioner
and clerks is hereby appropriated.
See. 57. And be it further enacted. That in case
of the sickness or temporary disability of a col
lector to discharge such of his duties as cannot,
under existing laws, be discharged by a deputy,
they may be devolved by him upon a deputy :
Provided, Information thereof be immediately
communicated to the Secretary of the Treasury,
and shall not be disapproved by him : And pro
vided, Tl at the responsibility of the collector or
his sureties to the United States shall not be there
by affected or impaired.
Sec. 58. And be it further enacted, That in case
a collector shall die, resign, ot be removed, the
deputy of such collector longest in service at the
time immediately preceding, who shall have been
longest employed by him, may and shall, until a
successor shall be appointed, discharge all the
duties of said collector, and for whose conduct
in case of the death ot the collector, his estate
shall be responsible to the,. United States.
Approved, August 5, 1881.
. Blossom Brothers,
(Successors to Benj. Blossom & Son.) i '
COTTON, NAVAL STORES, GRAIN,
TOBJTCCO, COTTON TARNSj SHEETING, fco.
- No.' 159
Chas. TV. Blossom.
Jas. B. Blossom, - ,
Jobiah B. Blossom.
Liberal advances made on consignments, on re
ceipt of Bill of Lading. : - -. i-
Rbfbbencbs : The Bank of N." C, and other
Banks at Wilmington, Newbern, Washington, Tar-
Doro', J! ayetteville, Kaleign, oaiisoury, vuunoiie
Cotton consigned to us will be forwarded, free
Ot i orwaramg Commission, at iuo yarioua puru,
by -i '
W. H. McRART & Co., Wilmington, N. C,
GEO. H. BROWN & Co. , w asnmgton, in . ,
S. T. JONES & Co., Newbern, N. C,
TIDDY, FLEMING & Co., Do. Do.,
HENRY GHISELIN, Norfolk, Va.,
Who will pay taxes, &c., at the shipping ports,
N. B. Consignments to us are covered by Fire
and Marine Insurance as soon as freighted, from
all places on all Railroads and Rivers in North and
South-Carolina, Georgia and Florida, aud from all
Southeru Shipping Ports, through to New-York,
whether advice or shipment is received or not.
june27 62 ly8
JAS. t. HATHAWAY & UTXEY.
(FORMERLY HATHAWAY ii CO., IMPORTERS OF MO
LASSES AND SUGAR, WILMINGYON, N. C.)
SHIPPING iXD COM3IISSI03V MERCHANTS,
171 PEARL STREET,
WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Sheetings, Yarns, Tobacco,
and other Southern Products, to the sale of which
our prompt personal attention will be given. We
will make liberal advances upon receipt of In
voice and Bill of Lading. AU Merchandize and
Produce shipped to us for sale arc insured from
point of shipment, with or without advice. In
voices should always acconipauy each shipment.
Both of us having had over twenty years' ex
perience in business in the South, and our J. L.
Hathaway three years in New York, we feel con
fident we can secure lull prices for our Mends
who will favor us with their consignments.
JAS. L. HATHAWAY,
WM. R. UTLEY.
February 19, 1806 6m.
Cvrus P. Menpbnuall,
Greensboro', N. C.
CP. 3IEXDE.MI1LL & CO.,
COTTOX fc TOBACCO FACTOltS,
And General Commission Merchants,
156 Pratt Street Wharf,
Shipments to us are insured immediately at
point of shipment, and through to Baltimore,
whether advised or unadvised.
oct 10 OmlO
41, FAYETTEVILLE ST.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Spring Trade, 1866.
Large additions to our Stock of Miscellaneous
Hardware, Woodware, Crockery, Glass and China
Ware; Hollow Ware, Tin Ware, Swedes and
American Iron and Steel.
A commanding stock of Buggy Materials,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lamp Wicks and Chimneys,
Kcrosine Oil, White Lead and other Paints, Spirits
Turpentine and Linseed Oil, Window Glass Irom
8 x 10 to 80 x 3ti, Putty; an extensive stock of
Builders Materials, Locks and Nulls,
Family Groceries and House-Furnishing
20 Cooking Stoves, of various approved patterns
Plaited Knives, Forks, Tea and Dinner Spoons.
Call and examine our Stock.
J. BROWN, with
april 10 10-tf. HART & LEWIS.
rjMIE SUBSCRIBER MAY BE FOUND WITn
HART & LEWIS,
No. 44, 1'ayetteville Street.
He respectfully invites his old customers, aud
ine puunc, to me extensive assortment ot
Hard ward, Cutlery and Ilonse-Furnishing Goods
now in Store,
april 10 10-tf. J. BROWN.
yyrii strive to please i
FAEEISS & LACK,
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers,
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C.
nave just received their Spring Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHNG,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
These Goods were purchased at low rates for
CASH, and will be sold at prices which will
enable us to live and let our patrons live.
YOU WANT FINE FRXCII OTOTnS
aud Casiincrcs, call at
J? AKKISS iV; LACK'S.
TF YOU WANT FINE GERMAN OR AMER-
. ICAN Goods, caU at
FAREISS & LACK'S.
GOOD READY MADE
FARRISS & LACK'S.
YOU WANT CHEAP CLOTHING. CALL
at FARRISS & LACK'S.
YOU WANT GOOD CLOTHING MADE
JL in good Style, call at
FARRISS & LACK'S.
We say nothing of our STYLE AND TASTE,
as we prefer that our work should speak for us,
and not we should speak tor our work. We refer
any one 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 havea good stock, and
are receiving weekly accessions thereto. N e will
say further that we have bought these goods and
intend to 6ell them.
If you want bargains, GIVE US A CALL.
Cotton, Corn, Bacon, Flour and Lard taken in
exchange for Goods. GIVE US A CALL.
april 10 10-tf. FARRIS & LACK.
pINE PIANO FOR SALE !
Apply at the STANDARD OFFICE.
Raleigh, April 2, 18G6. 7 tf i.
OR SALE I
10,000 lbs. OLD STEEL, IN LOTS TO
suit Farmers for Plantation work, as cheap, or
cheaper, than Iron, and much better.
Apply to J. C. R. LITTLE,
april 10 10-tf. Superintendent.
LEATHER AND HIDE DEALER,
No. 50, SYCAMORE STREET,,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
assortment of Leather for Boot Makers and
-Tanners supplied with Hides on the most favor-t
pTORSES STOLEN X
STOLEN FROM MY STABLE, ON SATUR
day night Inst, a Horse and a Mare, described as
follows : The Horse is alight bay, hind feet white,
fore feet dark, and set out awkwardly; shod on
fore feet. The Mare is dark roan, white face, with
a black spot in centre of her face, white feet, hea
vy set, streaked just above the tail, and shod on
A fair reward will be given for any information
that will enable me to recover these animals
14 miles southeast of Raleigh
march 27 4 tf.
jpiUME NICE HERRINGS.
20 Half-Burrels, of superior Herrings, just
received and for sale by
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
March 22, I860. 2 tf.
Railroads, Steamboats, &c.
TTCTlXMINGTOBr & WEtDOlf RAIL-
- VV . - ROAD.
Office Chief Engineer and Superintendent,
v- .a Wilmington, Aiaren zz, jiooo.
" CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.,. .
! On and after the 25th Inst., TRAINS will run
over this road as follows :
MATT. AND- PASSENGER TRAINS.
Leave Wilmington daily at... 9 30 P. M.
Arrive at Goldsboro' at , 8 46 A. M.
Arrive at Weldon at 9 45 A. M.
Leave Weldon dailvat .1 80 P. M.
Arrive at Goldsboro at 7 12 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington at 145A. M.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRAINS.
Leave Wilmington daily except Sundays at 6 AM.
Arrive at Goldsboro' at 1 30 P. M.
Arrive at Weldon at .8 45 P. M.
Leave Weldon" daily except Sundays at.. .6 A. M.
Arrive at Goldsboro' at 12 47 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington at 8 45 P. M.
The Mail trains make close connections through
to New York and Charleston by Inland and Hay
routes ; also with Kaleigh and Gaston trains. -Trains
leave Goldsboro' at 4 A. M. and 5 P. M..
going West, and 8 15 A M., going East. Trains
from tho West arrive at Goldsboro' at 13 40 A
M. and 7 45 A. M.. from the East at 9 45 P. M.
All dry goods and light groceries will be carried
oy mcsc uaiiy .rrcuub uuiiib, nuu uudo evui ieij
tions will be made with traius on the North-Carolina
Railroad, daily except Sundays. Goods by
steamers will be sent forward the day after they
are received into the Warehouse. No extra charge
by this train, which we hope our patrons, old as
well as new, win notice.
We do not underbid our neighbors, but work
as low as any, and will deliver as promptly as the
best, and claims lor loss or damage will be adjus
ted at once, it presented according to our rnle.
S. L. FRE. IONT.
march 29 5 lm. Engineer and Superintendent.
Change of Time.
On and after Sunday, January 7, 1860, Trains
will run as follows :
Mail Train. Freight Train.
5.10 P.M... 4.15 AM.
" Hillsboro, . .
. " Greensboro,
" Salisbury. . . .
, 9.00 9.00
11.48 12.25 P. M.
3.10 A.M... 4.40
7.00 " 9.15
9.50 " 1.00 A M.
Mail Train. Freight Train.
" Greensboro, ..
44 Raleigh ,
4.30 A. M
1.20 A. M.
12.50 P. M.
12.40 A M.
Mail Train connects at Raleigh with the R. &
G. R. R. train for the North ; at GoMsboro', with
the A. &N. C, and W. & W. Railroads; at
Greensboro, with the Piedmont R. R., and runs
freight lraiu lias a passenger car attached for
tiie accommodation ot passengers, and runs daily,
jan 10 tf ' Eng. & Sup.
rpHE NEW LINE FOR BALTIMORE,
L carrying the GREAT HARNDEN EXPRESS
rltLluH I, leave orlolk at o o clock, p. m.
The new and elegant steamers
GEORGE LEARY, Capt. S. Blakeman,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
JAS. T. BRADY, Capt. D. C. Landis,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The steamers of this line have unsurpassed ac
commodations, being all new and constructed
with trreat regard to speed, comfort and safety.
aim me Tauics are etiai to nrst class Hotel tare.
Travellers ir jin-r North via Seaboard and Roan
oke Railroad, can purchase tickets to Portsmouth.
where coaches will be in waiting to convey them
and their bairira-re free of charge to the New
lme steamers. Ample tunc is atlorded to make
sure connection, and the tare under any circum
stances as low as bv the Old Bay Line.
Travellers iroinar via Weldon and Petersburg
ana jonoiK una i eicrsourg Kauroaas can procure
through tickets at Petersburg aud have baggage
cnceKcu to .Baltimore, .rmiaacipuia ana jncw
This line connects at Baltimore with the Rail
roads for all Principal Cities North and West.
Through Tickets sold on the Boats, aud Passengers
and Bairsra-re transferred from Boat to Cars Free
Passengers, Bairga-re and Freight transferred to
and from Portsmouth and New Line Steamers
free of charge.
Leave Baltimore from Spear's Wharf, foot of
uay street, at o o ciock, p. m.
U. V. TOMPKINS, Agent
sep 23134 lyS At Norfolk.
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad,
April 6, ISGfi.
THE PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT THE
Speed on this Road has been increased, and
close connect ions are made with all trains going
North and South. Passengers do not change
cars from Charlotte to Weldon. To Baltimore
and other cities North, the fare as low as by any
other route, and time as quick. Through tickets
to all places North by both Petersburg, Richmond
and Washington City, and by Norfolk and Bay
Steamers, and to the priucipa "Cities in the North
West via Baltimore aud Ohio Railioad. Baggage
To Shippers very great inducements are offered.
It is the quickest, safest, and as cheat) as bv anv
other route. Freight is shipped through wiihou't
breaking bulk from Charlotte to Norfolk.
Tire connections at Norfolk, with snnerior
Ocean Steamers, commend this route to all inter
ested! n shipping A. JOHNSON,
1 8 6 6 .
RIBBONS, MILLIXEKT A.D STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG CARTER & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND LACES,
VELVETS, ROACHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
Ladies Hats, Trimmed aud Untrimmed,
SHAKER HOODS, fcc. &c,
NO. 337 AND LOTS OF 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United States
in Variety ana Cheapness.
Orders solicited aud prompt attention given.
February 27, 1800. 2mpd.
JpORTABLE GRIST MILLS.
naving been appointed Agents for the sale of
Portable Grist Mills, uianujiicturcd in New York,
we are prepared to receiver orders lor, ana will
furnish the same at the following prices, viz :
24 inch stone $250 will grind from 8 to 10 bushels
per hour from 6 to 8 horse power.
30 inch stone $325 will grind from 10 to 15 bushels
per hour from a to 10 horse power.
33 inch stone $375 will grind from IS to 18 bush
els per hour from 10 to 12 horse power.
30 inch stone $425 will grind from 15 to 20 bush
els per hour, from 10 to 12 horse power.
39 inch stone $500 will grind from 20 to 25 bush
els per hour, from 10 to 15 horse power.
43 inch stone $550 will grind from 20 to 30 bush
els per hour, irom 13 to lo horse power.
We will also furnish gearing, counter shaft.
tight and loose pulleys for these Mills at the fol
lowing prices :
24 inch $ou su men iuu
SO 44 75 39 44 120
83 44 90 I 43 44 130.
Cheaper Mills, of less capacity can be furnished
if desired. B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
march 26, 18G6 4 tf.
Wines ixrioL Liquors,
No. 25 Market Square,
I have constantly on hand, and offer for sale :
POlsl". SHERRY AND
IVl ft I IIL1KA WLSStLa, I
ALE, LAGER, &c.,
Russ St. Domingo Bitters.
Brandy - do
St. Domingo Punch.
Lemon Syrup, &c.
These Goods can be furnished bv the case or In
bulk, at New York prices, with the additional
cost ot treights. ":':-"
tug- country Trade is invited. -
oct 13 151 ly 10 Norfolk, Va.
New York Advertisements.
NATURE S OWN REMEDIES. (
'. - ' . .'. ?.
CONGRESS SPRING WATER. . ' .
FMPIRE SPRING WATER.
, ,j COLUMBIAN SPRING WATER. ;
Kn rmfnrol nr artiflpi1 ponrnonnd has vet been
discovered or manufactured that equals these wa-
ters as a preventive, relUfani permanent cure, for
manv temDorarv and chronic diseases, as provca
Ktt 1,a Avnalana if Tviartv TlimiRiinrla witn hflVA
dranb fhom fnr wars -with the most beneficial
- Congress Water
Ts a cathartic, alterative and tonic, and is a val
uable remedy for affections of the Liver and Kid
neys, Dyspepsia, Gout, Chronic Constipation and
Cutaneous diseases. Is a most powerful preven
tive of the Fevers and unions complaints, so
prevalent in warm climates.
empire t aier
Is a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheu
matism, Derangement of the Liver, Diseases of
tne Skin, and tieneral ucDinty. its enects are
most salutary in Lung Diseases. It is an almost
sure cure for Scrofula, and the most agravatt d
forms ot Dyspepsia, as a preventive ana cure tor
ail JBiluous Derangements it stands unrivalled.
Is a tonic and diuretic of a highly beneficial
character, and is a vositive remeau tor Diabetes.
Gravel, Calculus, Irritation and Inflammation of
the Kidneys and Bladder, and has most singularly
active enects in restoring these organs when de
bilitated bv long disease. Females who have suf
fered for years from irrcgu'arity, and the distress
ing diseases known only to their sex, have been
?- . .... - ... . . . . . 1 .
entirely enrea oy tne iaiuiiui ana juaicious use
Columbian Water. -
These waters are bottled fresh and pure, from
each of the above named Springs, in so careful
and secure a manner that they preserve all their
medicinal value for years, and will be found
equally efficacious when drank thousands of miles
distant, as when taken directly from the spring.
JSeware of imitations and inferior Waters, the
corks of ail genuine Congress, Empire and Co
lumbian Waters are branded on the side of the
( Congress Water, ( Columbian Water, )
( yj. OS n.. . jo. ) i j. co
( Empire Water, )
1 C. &E. S. Co. f
Packed safclv and securelv, iu boxes
; 4 Dozen
for sbipmcnt to any part of the world
and Empire Waters in boxes, containing
Pints, or 2 Dozen Quart Bottles each. Col urn
bian Water in boxes containing 4 or 6 Dozen Half
Pints, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottles each
Sold bv all Druggists' Hotels, Wine Merchants'
and hrst-class tirocers.
Sold only at Wholesale, by
HOTCHKISS SONS, Prop's,
92 Beekman St., N. Y.
Orders by mail receive prompt attention,
march 20 1 3m.
For the Handkerchief.
A Host Exquisite, Delicate, and l?ra-
grant Perfume, DistiHed from the Hare
and Beautiful Flower from which, it
takes its name.
Manufactured only by PIIAIiON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PHALON"S TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Drnggieta generally.
dec 11 tf
The Brooklyn Life Insurance Co.
TTAS DECLARED TO ITS POLICY-HOL-
11 DEKS a cash dividend of forty per cent., to
be paid at the next settlement of their animal pre
miums, wit ii an amine surplus, suincient to nave
made a dividend of fifty per cent.; but the board
of directors' looking to the security of the Com
pany, and to t he interests of the ussured, deemed
this large dividend of forty per cent, ample with
the assured, and prudent- men seeking 1-ife Insu
rance and looking for security, this course should
be approved, ihe excess over tne 4(1 per cent.
stands credited to the assured, to be applied on
Dividends are paid Annually.
POLICIES & PREMIUMS NON-FORFEITED.
Tfiirty days grace given inpayment of premiums.
Montague St., near Court, Brooklyn, and 111,
Broadway, N. T.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK.
ABRAM D. POLHEMUS.
RICHARD H. HARDING.
D. P. FACKLER.
DANIEL AYRES, M. D.
P. F. Pescud, Agent.
Dr. Willam G.'Hux, Medical Examiner,
april 3 7 tf Kaleigh, N. i
JIBBLE, WORTH & CO.,
113 MAIDEN LAJSU,
mew XorK. 1
XTAVTNG ASSOCIATED WITH ME MR. B
11 G. Worth, late of Wilmington, North-Carolina,
and Mr. Geo. M. Dewey, who has been long
connected with iny business, I can promise, with
increased confidence, immediate attention to con
signments, and prompt returns ot sales. My
DIBBLE & TURNAGE,
GEO. M. DEWEY,
Will make liberal advancements on consign
COTTON, SPUN COTTON, NAVAI
STORES, GRAIN, FRUIT,
KSf Orders for goods will receive nromDt at
febl 3m CALVIN B. DIBBLE.
is without doubt, the only known remedy for
BRICK DUST DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK
BLADDER. " -LNFLAMATION
OF THE KIDNEYS,
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER,
Certificates of cures from well-known persons
from all parts of the country in circular, will be
sent on addressing
MOKGAN ALLEN, Agents,
dec 19 tt No. 46 Cliff St., New York.
New York . Advertisements,
FEMALES-, OWING TO THE PECIITt,
and important relations which th.. ...
their peculiar organization, and the otliejl t?ln
perform, are subject to sufferings and ailn .
TiRcniinr to i ic. RfT. v rccrmm mm. .1
I tributes in no small deeree to thpir i. ('"i"-
r.; . . IUCsi-
1 welfare, lor none can be happy who are ill1' 1(1
only so, but no one of these various l'cinaii. 1
plaints can long be snucrcd to run on ti-;h , "'
volvinir tlw. iTfncrai lipsiltli nf 41. a - . eili n
-ere lomr uroducintr tiermnnimt ti,,L .. a
mature decline. . or is it pleasant to con
physician lor the relief of these various d -r 4
affections, ai'd only upon the most imr,.i . M'
oitr will u ,r u-nin-in t. ... . , 14 HCCe.
cuami as wj uj 11:1a. ine sex will tlu.n i '
fni n)uin(T in fhi.il" li ! ri 1 1 .- I ..... 1 ..
"0 .j j enupic specifies wi i
will be found efficacious in rciii-vif... '"'-''i
almost every one of those troublesome rotmii".""?
neculinr to the sex. . ""'PUilim
HELM HOLD'S ETTTfirT Ann
- TT,.drflfll, fiI1r,.r .. , .
Hundreds suffer oh inosilcncc ',t.i i .i- ..
others apply vainly to druggists and doctor- tf
euner merely tantalize them with the lW-, r
cure or apply remedies which make then- wnri "
I would not wish to assert anything thai v ,,n
do injustice to the afflicted, bul I am oblU'.J " 1
say that although it may be produced from"; '
sive exhaustion of the powers of life, by lalinri
ous cmplowmcnt. unwholesome nir.-nt i.7.i .
Inse menstruation, the use of tea and coffee' -frequent
childbirth, it is oftener caused Ly dir.,.
irritation nrmliori in tii 1 J u,lfu
. j.t u.uuuo uiciuuraue ol lli
vagina itself. -v.. - c
When reviewing the causes of these distressm..
complaints, it is most tiainful to contain. -.i.....". "
attendant evils consequent unon thnm V i
- I oimnln i.tcHo . i .ha r-V ; . . . . i A lH
or ":r j j-".1"" f jw.-i. iu enumerate a li -
OI lne many aaamenal causes which so largely uf.
ftrct tne h.ealIlj anl happiness of woman hiaii
classes of society, aud which, consequently nr
feet, more or less directly, the welfare of the e'ii'ti're
human family. The mania that exists for prctu
cious education and marriage, causes the vtars
that nature designed for corporal devclopeiutnt
to be wasted and perverted in the restraints of
dress, the early confinement of school, and i-pe
cialiy in the unhealthy excitement of the Lin
room. Ihus, with the bodv half clothed u..d n...
mind unduly excited by pleasure, perverting in
j. midnight revel the hours designed by nature
J bIccd and rest, the work of dent rtintinn io 1,.,!'
sleep and rest, the work of destruction is l alf ac
complished. In conseouence of this earlv rimin i .
system, unnecessary effort is required by the dili
cate votary (o retain her situation in school -it a
later day, thus aggavating the evil. When oue
uiuioiuciiijb over, another in ims?v5.-i;.-.. i
the mind morbidly sensitive to impression while
the now constant restraint of fashionable' dre'u
absolutely forbidding the exercise indispei il".'e
to the attainment and retention of organic litaitu
and strength : the exposure toniirhtnir
den change of temperature, the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing must, of nec
essity, produce their legitimate effect, At 'lat
au early marriage caps the climax of misery and
the nnfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remonstrances of her
delicate nature, becomes uu unwilling subject of
medical, treatment. This is but a truthful pic
ture of the experience of thousands of our voun
Long before the ability to
of the trcnerative organs, tl
tion of their peculiar nervous system ; composed
of what is called the tissue, which is. in pniiiiiimi
with the female breast and lips, evidently under
the control of mental emotions and associations
at an earlv period of life. and. as we Klmll bi.i,.
quently see, these emotions, when excessive, lead
long before puberty, to habits which sap the very
life of the victims ere nature has self-completed
For female Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorosa, Too Profuse, Exhausting, Too Loug
continued Periods for Prolapsus aud Bearhi"
Down, or Prolupsus Uteri, we offer the most pe
feet specific known :
Ilelmbold's Compound Extract Buchu.
Directions for use, diet, and advice accompany.
Females in every period of life, from infuncv tu
extreme old age, will find it a remedy to aid"na
ture in the discharge of its functions.
Strength is the glorv of manhood and woman
HELMBOLJfS EXTRA CT JiUCIIU
is more strengthening than any of the prepara
tions of B.irk or Iron, inliuitely safer, aud more
IIELHrBOLV S EXTRACT TtTTCTTTT.
Having received the endorsement of the most pro
minent Physicians in the United States, is now
ofiered to afflicted humanity us a certain cure for
the fellowing diseases and symptoms, from what
wer cause originating:
Mental and Physical Depression,
Determination of blood to the nead,
Restlessness and Sleeplessness at night.
Loss of Appetite,
Disorganization or Para
lysis of the -Organs of
of the neart, and, in fact, all the concomitants
of a nervous and Debilitated state ot the system.
in insure uie genuine cut tms ont.
AUK EOIi 11EL31BOL1? S, Take no other.
jiarcn i, if?oo. ztw-w&s-Sin.
COTTON AND WOOL HAND CARDS.
Successors to John Whittemore& Co., New York,
ana oonn ii. w nittemore & Co.
HARDWARE & CARD XTAXUFA CTURERS,
So. 70 Beekman St., New Terk.
Sole Successors to the Whittemore " PATENT
j SET,'! -.and only manufacturers of the
Genuine. Whittemore Cotton Cards.
Dealers are cautioned airaiust worthless imita
' Uon8...'H'"-'-''it-,:-fi.. ;-:! DOV 1 108 0m
V , PACIFIC HOTEL,
170, 172, 174 170 Greenwich Street,
(ONB SQUARE WEST b BROADWAY,)
Between Coui tlandt and Dey Sts.t New Terk.
JOHN "PATTEN, 3 Proprietor.
j widely known to the traveling public. The
location is especially suitable to merchants and
batsinesB men ; it iet in cloee proximity to the busi
ness part of the" City is on the highway of South
ern ana western travel,-and adjacent to all the
principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over
300 guests; it is well furnished, and possesses ev
ery inouern improvement lor tne comfort ana en
tertainment of its inmates. The rooms are spa
cious and well vedtilated; provided with gas and
water: the attendance is prompt and respectful :
and the table is generously provided with ever;)
acneacy ot tne season.
The subscribe, who, for the past four years,
has been the lessee, is now sole proprietor, and
intends to identify himself thoroughly with the
interests of his house. With long experience as
a hotel keeper, he trusts, by moderate charges
and a liberal policy, to maintain the favorable
reputation of the Pacific noteL- : -
N. B. To prevent overcharge bv Hackmcn. the
coaches of the Hotel are owned by the proprietor,
sept 30 S41 lylO JOHN PATTEN, Jr.
E. REMINGTON" & SONS, .
Revolvers, Rifles, Mnskets and
For the United States Service. Also,
Pocket and Belt Revolvers, Repeating
Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Rifles,
T IFLE and Shot Gun Barrels, and Gun Ma
li terials generally. Sold by Gun Dealers 8'id
the trade throughout the country.
In these days ot jiouse ttreaking ana uobberv.
every house, store, bank and office, should have
one of Remington's Revolvers. Circulars
containing cuts and, description of our arms will
be furnished upon application.
E. KEMINGTON & SONS, nion, N. Y.
Moore & Nichols, Agents,
March 6 3m " No. 40, Conrtland St., N. Y.
pRESH GROUND FAMILY. FLOUR.
In Barrels, Sacks and quarter Sacks, of fine
quality. In store and for sale by
march 29 5 tf B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
GEAT'LVE If M