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such action thereon as he might deem ad
visable. The Court accordingly
OnUre.l, That the papers in this case, ton-ether
with the opiniin of the Court, be
rileU with the Clerk f the Superior Court of
Law of- Wake .-County; who is hereby di
rected to certify ami transmit to his Excel
lency. Jonathan Worth. Governor ot the
State of North-Carolina, a transcript of all
the proceedings of the Court ia this esse,
that he mar take s'.ieh action in the premi
ses as he may deem proper.
Washintox. April 27. The Senate Ins
passed a ili involving the expenditure ot
over one niiKion of dollars, to i: lnimy
contractors for losses incurred iu Luii.tiair
iron-clad vessels. , ,. , ,
The Ilor-rc debated and defeated tJC
Northern Pacific II ulroad bill, which pro
pnsed a suarantee of its bonds to the extent
The Wasliiuotou Star, says :
s:u ..I to hav
..... ...... vj.,.
class of citizens ot the tinted Mate ...ray ,
reason except for participation m tne rebell-
ion such disfranchised class or portion shall
v.mver ; any ,.i.c - j
ucted from the basis ot representation: i
Constitutional Amendment prohibit- j
ing the pavmcnt of the rebel lebt. and pro
viding that there shall never be compensa
tion for emancipated slaves. As a part ot
the plan of restoration it is proposed, that
whenever these amendments are ratified by
a sutiicient number of States to make them a
part of the Constitution, then each of the
rebellious States shall be entitled t- the ad-
ssion of its representatives, on tbrt:iKng;.
; required oath of orbee. Hie flowing ;
sses of persons to 1 e trever debarred tiom
holding oliice under tne Lmtca states wiv- ;
ernmtnt: The President and the Vice-Presi- I
dent, heads of department, members of ('on- j
gress. and Judges of the Supreme Court of
The Confederate States; their representatives j
a i" i . .,11 ,...',..1 i-i . 1 b-tV lfT? !
;il- ioreii;u t'uiis. Jti-i .. t
cial positions under the United States Gov- j
a. , : i :.. .i,,. K.l!i,:i - till velio i
"dintherel army above the rank of
Colonel or in the navv above the raak nl :
-M-ister 'and all persons guilty of treating our j
prisoners contrary to the rules of v, ar.
The question of negro snflFragewas received j
with vcrv little favor, as was stated by us on
The Metuod'st foaffrcare. j
New Oei.K-VXs. April 2S. The Jlethodist
Conference has elected four new Bishops, j
-viz: Rev. W. 31. Wcightman. of Georgia;
Ttev. Mr. McChcvnc. oi Louisiana: Kev. l.
ri vrcr-tt n D.. of Vir dni:'.: and Rev. E.
M. 51-ison. of Missouri all learned men. f
The c'rioiee was nearlv unanimous.
New Orleans. April ii. The whole day
Wiis spent in discussing the subject of Dis
trict Conferences. A few reports being be
fore the !ody. after a lengthy disciissioc
thev were laid upon the table.
Dr. MeTycrie. of 3Iontgmcry. offered a
resolution introducing lay meinbersjnto the
annua! and ireneral Conference. t ue yeas
and navswere called for with the following
result : "fveas, nin'.-ty: navs. forty-five. Tne
whole subject was then placed in the hands
ot a committee composed of one from each
.Urs. Davis to visit her hns'i.nd.
Washington-. April 27. There is no doubt
whatever that Mrs. Jefferson Davis ha re
ceived permisiioa to visit her husband now
at Fortress Monroe.
CSolora at w Tork.
Yesterdav's IL r-'hl says :
Twenty-eight additional cases of cho'cra
were received on board of the hospital ship
Falcon on Wednesday, and but two more
deaths hive occurred. The total number
of sick now in the hospital is ninety-seven,
but we are assured by Dr. Swinburne, tiie
Health OiKeer. that the di-iMse is now as
sn ningn milder form. Dr. Bisseli. whos
iilness w as reported yesterday, is reovering.
and Dr. Anderson has returned from Wash-
i!igou, iwiMiig iai..i in usl""""'s ;
tain Sandy Hook for quarantine purposes. .
Sonthera KcHef Fair. J
At a meeting of the executive committee !
of la lies, held yesterday, the sum of sioS.000 ;
was appropriated to the following States :
A committee of three ladies were appointed
to superintend the distribution for each
State, a list of whom wiil be published in a
Fw lUr: In nr! 'f:on to the nnoroiriati ons
above " about SjO.OOO will remain as a re- j
- i - .!...,.,,.:.,) il.iv. witu, me view i iunm-i ihuuu.iuuu
been adopts by the New or. onpsv-p;;; ; v,iti Gen. Terrv. but as he had nor returned
delegation, and which it is stat:.vi t iie Uteiid j writing S o'clock -we are not in
to submit to the Keconraot i.m C or im ttee, . thf. r..lU.
as that most acceptable to t em. cm. kl; .i , na.,erstand are the facts of
Constitutional Amendment n p tl It t)le ,!risoner is ttirned. it will
tation uon population, aau p.nMd.njr tn.it , . , . -
served fund in the hands of the executive j Ague Cure is an tfleetuai remedy lor this distem
eonimittee to increase the allotment to such ! ler, and are ur-iug .the govcninient to adoi.t it
Rhi a m iT rroiir it and to meet special ! within the regulations. Tiie Surgeon General
cases. 1 lie result oi tne iair nas oeen so iar
developed as to make it certain that its ag
jrragate proeeeds will not be less than $100.
000. The entire expenses will not exceed
$3,000. Rdtimore G.izttte, 2"th.
Tne Sorts-Carolina Freedasfa.
The bureau has just received a report from
the assistant commissioner of Freediuen Af
fairs for the State of North Carolina, -which
contains the following matters of interest :
The number of destitute and dependent freed-
. ,. f . , i. , i .
men has been gradually reauced to such an
extent that issues ot rations may soon oe j j a.,v t!le pIIb!icatiol, of Daiiv Pa.)c.r in the
discontinued. Tiie demand tor labor still ; City ot italej- h, to be called the
greatly exceeds the. supply. Notwithstand- j 6, T'VTIF'V "
in" this fact there are still large colonies of j v JJ"ljJV.
freednien at Poinoke Island and Newbern i fl wi;1 ha puhnVed on the plan of a Hn,i-paJyr,
. , .,;r,rr thir cnrnMrf The i ,,u- uot l"11" so elieap, lor the present. It will
w ho are not earn ng their support. 1 he be (k.,ivert;d d;li, b Carrj an'd must be , d
freedmen at Roanoke Island have been noti- for -eekly.
tied that thev would receive no more sup- j The I.VDEX will be published as a eit-p:iner,
plies after AIav 1. and Strenuous efforts are I a"d will have nothing to d with parties, polities
hfinrr mub t pflfect their removal This is i or I"lhh-ian. I: will give the latest news, gen
beingmade to eHcct tneir removal i ia is t.lala,uU.,)mllu.rt.i!.,;Ioeal.1Bd5taleituIU u
not the case witu regard to the paupers j ailt;t.dott? . ,:1n;a-es and deaths.
about Newbern, on aceount of the prevalence j Tiie terms uf subscription and advertising will
of small-pox in that town. That malady is I be put at the lowest notch, and will be published
now decreasing, and Captain Secly. tiie local I '"-' 'j'J110 of the VSi
irintendenf, has already rented a farm, up-
on which he intends to plaec some of the de
pendents, and require them to do something
toward their own support. A pauper farm
is in successful operation at Goldsboro', un
der the direction of Chaplain Glavis, assist
ant superintendent, and the freed men's camp
lias, in consequence, been broken up. Wank.
3. P. Benjamin.
We learn that Judah P. Benjamin is in
Montreal letters having 1een received from
him by Louis Lyon, (his half-brother, resi
ding at Warrenton.) as late as the 15th in
stant. Culpepper Olmrtcr, 27iA.
The President gives substantial evidence
of his friendship for the negro and bis desire
to elevate him to intelligence and usefulness
by subscribing twenty-five dollars to assist
in the publication of the Tenncssceaij the
negro paper at Nashville.
Tbe CnSict f JmrisfQctlM.
Reference was made in the JSxpress of yes
terday relative to the apprehended conflict
of jurisdiction between the civil and milita- !
ry authorities in this city, in the case of El- i
Hot Gordon, a vonng man hailing from, New
Bedford, MassI, awaits his trial in our Jail,
liefbre the May term of the Hustings Court. '
He had a preliminary examination before ,
the Mayor, and was committed for trial at :
the April term of the. Hustings Court, but '
in the absence of a verv important witness, 1
i the case was postponed until next month.
' A statement of the circumstances attending j
the ease was laid lefore Gen. Howard, at!
i Washington, by the friends ot the accused,
' witii a view of getting his release from the
east oil-.- of the civil authorities, and was re-
: ferred iy that.orlieer to Col. Brown, Assis- j
; t.int ConiHiissioner of Freednien, &c, at f
I Kichmimd. It was endorsed by Col. Brown,
S and forwarded to Gov. Pierpont. who ap-
j:roved it. and with his approval sent up to
; len. Terry, who referred it to Lieut CoL j
-.ll lei sou. i-oiiiLii;;iii iitw n ,
struotions to turn the prisoner over to Cap- ;
tain Barnes, and Capt. Barnes was directed j
to forward him to Co!. Brown, with all the '
evidence in the city. i
Tiie order was served uwon the Serjeant
I of the eicv. who, in view of his heavy bonds ;
! and responsibilities, declined to accede to it. .j
! and there the matter rested hist night.
i L.t-.n it-ant frt T?irhi-.-wMil vpter
V. t ' I .iy.iUJiin ,, t v 1 . ' - " - . -
,nvohv;1 w.th nnl(.u .t and delicacy.
involve:! witti mneu interest ami neiicucy . ,
r" f- , ;
The Petersburg Lvlex shows much fceang ,
on this subject. It denounces Gov. lJierpoint j
;n unmeasured terms for advising that Gor- j
don be tried by a military tribunal.
The Duncan tr;:d has again been resumed
in Savannah. The examination of witnesses j
for the defence is now progressing. His
counsel attempted to relieve hiiu on a writ j
of Lube.iA e-jrjr. but the court overruled it. j
lien, t aniiy nas reiuseu to oney w rits oi
; -)M-.n the of t
t in Xcw Orleans,
lie Ireasiirv :
lsnam llonaerson nas ieen arroteu at i
Nashvilie iiy order of Gea. Thomas. i"r im- j
plication in the late frauds, and the iniiit i-
ry have refused to obey a Jt-iiKtis corpus tor j
his release. j
Iciportiat from Wahiaitin. i
We learn from a telegram in the Pr? ;.- i
f last evening, that the special order intlw
u-'iw i.')reuiiiim- i-.ia e-i.-.. ,
of the committee on reconstruction, propos- .
ing amem Intents to tne C onstttution
That all who participated voluntarily m f
the rebellion are to be excbuled from voting ;
tor President end ice President until 1 .'. j
prohibition of payment of the rebel debt. 1
;lU(j compensation "for slaves basing rep re-
sntation on population. &c.
jjr Stevens is to report a bill restoring :
the States to their rights on the above Las:s.
Jew York Markets.
E-lV- York. April 27. Flour advanced j
fr m ten to fifteen cents. Wheat imm on
to three cents higher. Corn dull at S5y rT
cents. B'.t-f and pork firm. Lard ITiy h
: cents. WbUIiey dull. Cotton declined from
. two to three cents. Sale at 31 cents. Sug ir
quiet. Muscovado. 10Jr?ll cents. Coll'.-.-quiet.
Naval Stores quiet. Freights dull.
! Gold 1-28.
The New York TrUinne says the indica
tions are that a five per cenf. loan w i!i be of
fered in exchange for currency on the shoit
currency debt of the Treasury.
Money in New York was still abundant at
: 4 too per cent, on railroad collaterals, and
: to 4 on GiivernmeiU. Commercial paper
: was at 0. 0i. T. and S. according to Stan. ling.
i Baltimore Markets.
B a t.tim cue. Anril 27. Flour ir.ietire but
i steadv. Wheat firm. Bed. 2 GOej i 7i).
C m tirra. V.'i.'ue. 90.01
i-; c:-nts. Provisions quiet.
Siig irs !:;:!.
WUiskev $2 23;3;2 -2ov
f r Western.
WilmtxCtTox. April OT. Turpentine. No j
change ir, prices. Sales 1:15 bl is. at 4 for
new virgin. :i tor yellow dip, and $1 50 for ;
hur l, per lbs. !
Spirits Turpentine. 25 bbls changed;
hands at 5-1 cents p?r gallon for white. ;
an'l s,c.s:! tor opaque: anil 14U no.
t :U ( 73,37 50( S per bbl. '
o sales in Tar or Cotton.
F. C. L.IGIITE & CO.,
(Late Lig'atu, Newton & Dradburys.)
?I.ii:afat-t;rer of Fiii-f Iiss Piano "ort?.
Ti.-l,..T Pr..fiiinrr r.t ti mpriin Wrtrlil r!iii
and Exhibition ol the Industrv ot all Nations. !
This well-known establishment is now contimi
; ed by F. C. LItiHTE and LOUIS F.IJXST. i.t
il'ies.I.l stand. 421 Broome St., bet. Crosbv and
! Ehu. Xew York City may 1 ltly.
; Like Quakers' Guns, "artificial teeth are .
' of little use and easily detected. Take care f
' the real ones. All you need is fragrant Sozodoxt ; I
j use it daily and your teeth will be the last of na- I
! tare's gifts to fail yon. l'J It. j
The 8nrseons Heportssbowtliat ouraimie.
have sutfered srreatly from chills and fever which
is induced by the miasma and c-hunre of climate
to tkyareraposed. They alo lind Ayer's j
i. , . : . : .
hesitates, because it is put up in a proprietary
form. However great tat convenience to tiie
public, lie prefers the physicians of the army
I should give their own directions for tiie doses.
What, "er professional pride may dictate, he knows
as .veil as we do, that Dr. Ayer's "Cure" is an
almost perfect antidote for the Ague, and that the
soidieri should have the beuelit of it, as well as
the people. Mtix.'it nylon (D. C.) Correx2Xtdeitf.
A ITew Paper!
T PROPOSE TO COMMENCE, AT AN EARLY
"" x "MM tl
gECOXW GREAT TRADE SALE,
OT BOOTS, SHOES JXD HATS.
It. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
beg leave to announce, that in consequence of the
success of their great sale of Boots and Shoes last
week, aiv.lot the general satisfaction given to the
trade, they will sell again at AUCTION, at their
Store on Fayetteville street, on WEDNESDAY,
the 10th day of. May next, at 11 o'clock, in the
40 CASES MEN'S, WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND
fiOY'S BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, &e.
20 OR 30 CASES GENTLEMEN'S HATS,
of the latest styles and finest quality.
A catalogue for the nse of the trade will be
published and distributed before Uie sale.
Raleigh, N. C, April 23, 18ti6. 19 td.
WILMINGTON HERALD I
Resumption. ; ;.'
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
f announcing to the public thai the publcation
The Wilmington Ilerald
U be resumed on or about the 7tU of May.
THvJMAS M. COOK,
Editor and Ptoprietor.
Wilmington, N. C, April 27, l&iS. l'. tf.
fIST OF LETTERS,
''wtininy untafU' I Jor at the Post Ojfiet in Hateigh,
-V. C, 2Tty 1, lSoG.
. twood, w n
. tkins, Dr James W
. nderson. Virgil
; tlen, Jacob AT
; ."rd. Nathaniel
loa dwell, W P
' ie!k. Wm
Janeanon, L J
; Jump. Sauinei
Jotiuer. N S
Ooahertv, li W
"?oard, Hardy N
. ireen, Ben
. Iendersori. C C
: torver, W A
erbert, W H
ariin. M L
tester. Miss Candis
duton. Miss J A
'anson, Mrs Amanda
mes. Miss Nanuie P
- nts. Geo C
, mes, Henderson
. ug, M M
, iiie, James C
oore, R A
;".Ii re. David J
:Pomeroy. Albert A
Person, Dr John B
Teddy. John A
Knsh, D G
Kedes, Wm B
Hogers, J H
eof. Wm J
Storm. Jaeob 2
.imlth, J'im A
: '::iit:i, Wesley A
Adams, John TV"
Andrews, Mrs Betsy
Avcoek. Mrs Olive
Beataui, Miss Millie
Clement, MUs Sallie
Coats, Sarah S
Doran, Miss Martha
Dunstin, Miss Amanda
Green, Laara A
G-.-rker, Mrs Francis M
Iliggaa, Miss Maggie
lluverd, Mrs EliStUeth
n.blis. Miss Adeline
H irris, Andrew
H irris. WN
Harris, L G 2
Jott. T J
Jones, Miss Evie
Jordm, Mollie W
Moody. M L
Mainwood. Mrs Lucy
Pmerov, D D
Phillips S F
Price, Miss Sabrina Ann
Richardson, N B
Kobersou, Mrs N T
Snelli'u. Miss Martha
Stewart. MNs Julia
Seymour, Miss Moliie
So-. -u.-er. Keuben
S.ittcn'.iwait, F B
:ephensOTi, Mri Sarah A
nomas, Mrs Francis Thompson, J R
' 'homas. Miss Alice Taylor, Lewis
' "aonipkiuson, Thomas TayUrr, liulliu
Vilkes, llul'us V.'tt"n:-rs, John P
Veatlu-rsoi!. Jos Williamson, Miss Fannie
Persons calling for the above letters will please
V thev are advertised.
in:iv 1 IJ U. A. MILLER, P. M.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS!
FE0'S PU0SPHATE OS FERTILIZER !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CONSIGN
MENT of 50 Uarrels of this celebrated Fertil
. t. whieii we will sell to Fanners and Planters
n li'ivr.;! terms.
It is said to be as good a Fertilizer as any in the
tarket. a-.id to briiig as go.vj erop. tried side by
!e with !;. even Peruviaa guano, aud to be
.itable for t'.itton, C-rn. Ti)haeeo. ,fce.
nuv 1 tf. B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
T3RIME TIMOTHY HAY I
IOO BALES OF PRIME TIMOTHY HAY,
april i tf." B. P. WILLIAMSON A CO.
Mrs. Henry W. Miller's j
30 ARDIXG HOUSE, I
Corner of Newbern and Person Sts., j
RALEIGH, X. C.
TIIE DAY, WEEK AND MONTH,
ig'.s, N. C, May !t, IstW. 1J tjunel.
JAMES W. OSllOXNi
KUff S BA1SI11NGEK.
OSBORNE & D.HIKINGER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
CliAPiLOlTE, X. C.
April 27. !;. IS lOtpd.
An excellent Bam and Stables, in Raleigh.
Ao'dv Ht STANDARD OFFICE.
Febi iiarv 28, ISfW. tf
LEATHER AND HIDE DEALER.
No. oO. SYCAMORE STREET,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
a.,sorti:i'..::t of Leather for Biut .Milkers and
Tanners supplied witb Hides on the most favor
a'.'.e term -.
march 14 w:t.
vFRIXG STYLES, 1SG5 !
Taste, Elegance and Fashion!
I OFFER TO MY FRIENDS AND TIIE
public one of the largest, mot-t complete aud 1 le
g;i:it assortments of French, English, Seuteh,
German and American
C'assimeres, Cloths, Vestincs, Linen and
ever offered in this market, and a:n prepared with
Cutters oi' long experience and skiil, and a num
ber of tirt elass Workmen, to inanulucture to
order any garment required at short notice and
on reasonable terms.
My stock of Ready-3Iade Clothing is large,
and "is for the most part composed of very superi
or and taMiionable articles. It was bought low
for cash, which enables 111c to sell at the" lowest
I have also a good stock of
Roots, Shoes, Gaiters, Hats,
Cthc latest style of tine Silk Hat on hand,) and an
extensive stoek of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
such as Shirts, Drawers, Neek Ties, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Gloves, Hose, &c.. etc.
Orders for Military Clothing will re
ceive prompt attention.
Thankful for the patronage bestowed on me
during the pa.st ten years, it will be my aim, by
selling good goods at moderate prices, to merit a
conliiiuauce of the same.
Those in want of any articles worn by gentle
men will do well to call at my old stand, on
Fayetteville Street, before purchasing.
april 21 15-1 111. M. GRAUSMAN.
Medical Pcrveyor's Office, Dep't. N. C.
Xetcbern, X. V , April 11th,
WILL BE SOLD, AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
at the Medical Purveyor's Office, on Broad street,
near the Railroad, commencing, on the 1st day of
May, 1S0(, and continuing from day t o day, the
entire stock of Medicines, Hospital Stores, Medi
cal and Surgical Books, Surgical Instruments and
Appliances,"., itc, consisting, in part, of
57ij oz. Aether (Sulp.) 50 Pocket Cases,
500 " Alcohol, 50 Field Cases,
150 " Nitrate of Silver, 10)0 Syringes,
250J " CiroehonaSulph.liXX) Splints,
2000 Culorofonn, 100 Sets Teeth ext. iu-
400 " ext. Aconite, struments,
800 " Colchicum, 1000 Tourniquets,
1000 " ext. Coloeynth, iiOO yds.Adhcslve plaist-
700 " Ipecac, er.
200 " Opium,
4;) " Quinine,
Nearly every article on the druggist's list will
be sold, and "their attention is solicited on the
day of sale. Articles will be offered in quantities
Any information respecting these Stores will be
furnished by the undersigned.
D. G. RUSH,
13 td. Medical Purveyor Dept. N. C.
XOURIS & BALDWIN,
So. 18, Hanover Street, Baltimore,
C IO M MISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE
J sale of Cotton Yarns, Sheetings, Osnaburgs
Solicit consignments from the South.
They will make liberal cash advances and prom
ise quick returns at full market prices.
Refer to any of the Baltimore Banks or Dry
Goods Jobbing Merchants. Also, to Wm.- H.
Powers, Esq.vTl. B Bentley, Esq., H. L. Kent,
Ksq., Richmond. Va., and to" Hill, Warren & Co.,
-Mellwaine, Son & Co., Petersburg, Va.
june fc-dl ly 10. .
; .Ilardwarc, Groceries,. &c. ;
IRON, AND BRA88-WORES,
. Raleigh t North-Carolina;
THE UNDELSIGNED beg laive to announce
that these useful works are again opened, and
that they are prepared to do a:l kinds of Iron and
Rrass Castings, repair Steam Engines. Mill Irons
and all kinds of machinery upon short notice:
They keep constantly "on hand one and two
horse Plows. Shovels. Soadcs. Axes. Hoes. Carts.
Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Straw Cutters, Corn
snetiers, Bar iron, oneei iron, now duhs, xc.
B- P. WILLIAMSON Jc CO.
febT tf '
-yj-ILLWARD & WINEBRENEE,
118 Market Street,
DEALERS IN MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
of every deseriptiou for Cotton aud Woolen Man
ufactories. Also, Oak Tanned Leather Belting. Card, Cloth
ing, Cottou aud Woolen Yarns, Yarp, Starch,
Oils, Dve Stuns. iVe., Ac
Advances made on eousignments of Cotton and
Orders solicited which shall receive prompt at
tentiou. WM. MILL WARD.
March 0 3m. D. S. W1NEBUENER,
5 Bides 0000 Yards,
B. P. AYILLIAMoON & CO.
February 14, ISiki.
VIRGINIA TO EUROPE DIRECT!
THE SPLENDID Br. STEAMSHIP, EPHE
SUS. Capt. Wm. Colliscs, will leave Norfolk
for Liverpool, direct, ou or about May 1st.
For freight, apply to WM. LAMB,
Messrs. Chieves V: OsaonsE, Norlolk.
Agents. Petersburg, Ya.
Messrs. MacAshsews vV Co.,
April 5 S tmlp l.
44 Fayetteville Street, RaJeigh, N
sTf:n:wrs extexsiox top;'
QI'EEN OF TIIE SOUTH,"
"WESTF.RX ESP IRE " fOCKIXC STOVES
april 10 10-tf With Hakt i"c Lewis.
STlLEN FROM THE SUSCEISER. Liv
ing six miles southwest ot Ibikigh, a wi.-rel Mare,
eight vears old and fourteen and a half hands
high. I will giveSvi.) lor the delivery of the Mure,
or "information so that I gel tier. -
April 12 11 4t.
rpiIE CO.PARTXERSIHP IN TIIE
I City of New York, under the designation of
Svixpson, Mendenliall Co.,
will be dissolved ou the lrt of May next. In
closing up the out-stai.ding business of the con
cern, after that date, tiie name of the Una will
only be used ill liiiaidaiion.
SWEPSON, MENDENHALL it CO.,
No. t. Pearl St.
New York, April 20. IS'aJ. 10 Stwlt.
"OPiTII-CAROLIXA MUTUAL LIFE
liALL'Hiil. -V. C.
CIIAS. E. JOHNSON, M. D., r,-,;ti
Hill AM W. IIUSTED, V;reP.x.,uUi.t,
R. II. BATTLE, tirntmy.
j Chaei.cs E. Johnson,
' HtRAM W. HrsTEU,
! Wm. H. Jones,
; Cuas. B. Hoot,
Wm. H. McKee, M. D.
Jas. M. 'i'owi.r.s.
-t entin Hi sr.r.E,
je.as (i. Wl'MiKS,
Wm. II. M!i.i.i:i;.
KllMl' P. b.VTTLi:.
i Iii.-urer riir
11. II. Battli;.
iUed payable after death, or when the
! ;il.;in a certain age, r"rr rr-,u ;.'
r" ditvr. ij' jxirUc.t inxia t J'n' f.c btnrlll
liinl chU i.-t.i. Pniiiiums, over thirty doi-
; i-f !C'Te
l.irs, may be paid, half in easii and half in premi
um note 011 L'j't
OlHce c.f the company iu the Bank of Cape Fear
Ail communications for tiie office in Raleigh,
must bcaddrcAcd ts
R. II. BATTLE. Secretary,
March Mmiltw. RaU igl .'N. C.
TOWN LOTS AT AUCTION !
iN TUESDAY, THE Sn: OF MAY, lSOO.
at tile Court House door, in Oxtoiil, N. C, I will
sell to the highest Mddcr, without itscne:
'i Lots oe Ilaieigh Sircet.
My late rt-s-iueuce. nt Hie Eolith end of 5la;n
Street, remarkably handsome, pleasant, and com
modious. Lots on Clarksville Street,
5 Lots on St. John's Street.
Tmniediate pos.-cssioii aud a reasouablc redit
wilt lie given.
The lots may be seen at any time.
Inquiries !y letter will be promptly and honest
ly answered. " J. H. MILLS.
" April Kth, IStM. . 15 td.
J UST ARRIVED AT
T TJ O 1Z 1 2 "11 1
3,000 yards English and American Prints.
1,000 " Fancy French Prints.
500 " Double Punde Prints.
500 " Bli.ck rnd White Prints.
New style Black Siik Wrappings.
Extra long aud large Ti-ail Hoops.
4-4, 6-4, S-4 and 10-i Best Grenodincs.
Fine lot Full and 2nd Mourning Dress Goods.
1 Case tine family Linens.
41 Bleached Domestic, at 25 cents.
Fans '. Fans ! ! Fans ! ! ! from 10 cts. to 1.50.
Daily acquisitions to our Stoek.
Remember, TUCKER'S is the place to buy
april 20 16-tf. W. n. & R. S. TUCKER. .
STOLEN, FROM MY STABLES, NEAR
Warsaw, Duplin county, one Light Bay 3Iarc
Mule, cboat 12 years old; heavy set. with a
small white spot on her back from saddle gall:
and one Dark Bay Horse, heavy set. crooked
back, white hind feet and a blaze" iu his laec ;
about nine years old.
I will give fifty dollars for information, so I get
the mule and horse; and fifty dollars for evidence
to convict the thief.
N. O. FREDERICK,
april 25 10-3t. Wilmington, N. C.
ON THE 20th OF APRIL, 1S6G, WAS
Stolen, from my Stable, a small Brown Tlorse
Male, about eight years old. Any person de
livering me the mule, 1 will give a reward of Ten
Dollars, and twenty-five dollars for the thief.
april 25 IG-lt. Pittsboro', Chatham co.
LAND FOR SALE I
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE A
tract of Land, lying in Wnke connty, near Brass
field's Turnout." on the N. C. Railroad, containing
1GO Acres. This land is well wooded with oalc
and hickory. About one hundred and fifteen
acres woodland the balance cleared and under
good fence. The land is highly productive. Ap
ply to me at Raleigh.
april 25 lB-ot. T. W. LEE.
pRIME-OLD APPLE BRANDY.
5 Barrels Fine old Apple Brandy, for sale by
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
March 9, 18G6. tf.
SECOND HAND COTTON
MAjCHIENR Y FOR SALE.
4 FLYER FILLINd FRAMES, with Bobbins
to suit, each 112 Spindles.
25 Se-inch LOOMS, all in good fine order.
Will be 6old very low for cash.
NOKRI3 & BALDWIN,
april 5 lin. 18 Hanover st., Baltimore, Md.
, . CIotMngV Dry Goods,
JUST RECEIVED ! . .
t No. 44, FaretteTille Street:
Plain and Plated Castors. - .
Painted and Ornamented Toilet Sets.
Fir Proof Tea Pols. . , ? .-
Hand ome Tea Trays. v . r.
, J. BKOWN. wi h
. Raleigh, april 2S tf. HART & LEWIS.
MRS. W. H. RICHARDSON CAN ACCOM
MODATE several members of the approaching
Convention, or others, with board and with good
rooms. Her residence is iu ouo of the most pleas
ant and beautiful portions of the City, North of
t he Capitol, aud near the Episcopal rectory.
Raleigh, April 27, 1SC6. IS 13t.
oi Government Vessel !
WILL BE . SOLD. AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
at Wiimington, N, C, Thursday, May lelth, 1S06,
with her Machinery, Coal -end Fixtures, as she
now lies in the Cape Fear River, two miles from
Wilmington, N. C.
Terms Cash ia U. S. currency.
II. C. "UARBER,
Colonel aud Chief Quartermaster,
april 2S l.td. Dept. North-Carolina.
JgXECl'TOR'S NOTICE I
HAVING! AT NOVEMBER TERM, 1S(5, OF
Warren County N. C.) Court, pualilied as Execu
tor of Dr. Hifgu J. Davis, deceased, I hereby
reijuest all persons having; claims against the
estate of Dr. H. J. Davis to present the 111 to me,
and all indebted must pav.
PETER R. "DAVIS, nvufor of
Dr. II. J. Dams.
Warrenton, N. C, April 24, IStiC. - 17 Stpd.
Sentinel copy o times.
TIIO WANTS A PIANO!
SEVERAL PATRONS OF CONCORD FE
MALE College have requested my aid in securing
n ood Xirinoss
for their use.
Tnis has induced me to make arrangements with
some of the best manufacturers, which enable me
to furnish instruments of the First Class, at
reduced prices. I can save each purchaser from
t.Tty to one hundred dollars. Price lists of the
manufacturers will be sent to those who desire
them, to aid them in making seh ctions.
When selections shull have been made, the
money can be sent to me, at my expense, by the
Southern Exi-.rcss. and a Piano will be shipped
to the Depot the purchaser may designate. Each
Piano sold wiil be fully warranted.
Address me at Statesville, N. C
J. M. M. CALDWELL.
April 27, ISoO. IS v. ly.
JCE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED TO
furnish ICE to families or packed in barrels and
shipped to any part of the State on as favorable
terms as can be purchased elsewhere. Orders
CARROW & EORDEN.
Goldsboro', April 20th, 1500. Is lw.
F0SEIGX AND DOMESTIC
I 12. Y - O O 13 s :
TTTE RESPECTFULLY INVITE TIIE AT-
V TENTION of the trade to our very desir
able and choice stock of
American and British Fancy Dross
Anions which may be found the latest styles im
ported tLis season : together with an extensive
assortment of superior
Notions ot till Ivincli.
We particularly c ill the attention of Merchants
visiting ti.is City to oar large stock of j
"Domestic Goods, j
and hesitate not to say that wc are prepared to
oilVr Extra Inducements. Our stock is new ':
and fresh embracing a general as-ortmeiit ol .
desirable Good-, a 1 recently purchased at j
REDUCED RATES, j
and will be offered at prices to suit tiie trade, at 1
our Wholesale Ware Rooms, on second Hour of j
Nos. T.', bl and S. Sycamore street. Petersburg,
Va.. where Capt. Edward Graham ami Mr. John '
McNcecc, wiii be pleased to see their old liiends j
and the trade generally. I
march l."-2m. " McILWAINE & CO. !
JUST AS WE EXPECTED.
GIU NEW PLAX OF COXDlTliXG BISIXTSS
IS WORKING LIKE A CHARM, VIZ: ONE
of our ti nil, remaining constantly iu the North
ern Markets, gives us gnat advantages in pur
chasing all tne lute Novelties in Fasuion, at the
recent ? tU'ciiui' in Wc..
We are now receiving a most superb Stoek of
Ladies Divss Goods, consisting of Black aud col
Unglish, I'reuch ami American,;
And Nnnsook Muslin.
W. II. & R. S. TUCKER,
march 29 5 tf. Raleigh, N. C.
T. J. MITCHELL. O. ALLEN. 1). T. CA11KAWAV.
MITCHELL, ALLEN & 00.
22 Pollock St., Newbern, N. C.
Water street, AViimington N. C.
KEEP A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SK
lected Stoek oL.
Fanners', Millers', BnHdt rs', Mnclinnies' and
Hons.V nepers Tcols and other Hardware.
LEATHER AND RUBBER
STEEL, &c. &c.
And can iumish, at short notice, any kind ol
MACHINERY or CASTINGS.
Ii. HOE & CO'S. CIRCULAR SAWS
AND EVANS & WATSON
FLRE AN ; BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
Vrbich we seU at Manufacturers' Prices
" We invite particular attention to nr stock, and
leel confident that our facilities and. experience,
will enable us to offer superior inducements to
purchasers. ian30 6m...
ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS.
IN RICHMOND, VA.,
Dk. DOUGLAS BLY, the Anatomist and Sur
geon who invented the Anatomical Ball aud Socket
Jointed Leg. with lateral or side motion at the
ankle, like" the natur.il one, bus just opened an
Otliee in Richmond. Va., mar the post office, for
the manutaetnre and sale of his celebrated Artifi
cial Legs and Arms. The superiority of these
Limbs has caused them to besought for, through
out almost the entire world, as will be seen by the
following list of offices where they are manufac
tured aud sold :
London, England, .
New Orleans. La.,.
Memphis, Teun., . .
St. Louis. Mo
Rochester, N. Y.,.
20, Leicester Square.
Near the Post Office.
2d door from Post O.f See.
TT Carondclct St.
..S'.2 Main St.
In City Hall.
. .US West Fourth St.
.Opposite Post Otliee.
Over Post OtUee.
For further information, address Dr. BLY, at
the nearest otliee.
i. ----- Vises
ke.n CMFS1NUT S'.
ASTOR PI Cl. I 10 C3f;N ST.V'
MEW Y0HK. I BOSTON.
S. FRAiJK. rALMZn.LL.D.PF.ESs A. A L'MS C.
These inventions stand approved as the "best"
by the most eminent Scietililic aud Surgical Socie
ties of I lie world, the inventor having hem hon
ond with the award of FIFTY GOLD AM) SIL
VER MEDALS (or " First frizes") inelutiing t:.e
Great Medals of the World's Exhibitions in 1 -;,
don and New York : also the most Honorary Re
port of the great Society of Surgeons of Paris,
giving his Patents place above the English am!
Dr. Pai.mkk gives personal attention to the bu
siness of his profession, aided by mtn of the best
iia!'.dca:ioi:-..and greatest experience. He :s spec
ially commissioned by the Government, and has
the patronage of the" prominent Oillccrs of the
Army and Nr.vv. Six M;i;or-Gei;eni's and more
thu:i a thousand less disiinguishcdollicers and sot
d".ers have worn the Pidnu rLim'-s on aetiveduty,
while still greater numbers of eminent civilians
are, by thitraid, filling important positions, and
etieeinaily conceal their misfortune.
Advice and Pamphlets tlratis.
To avoid I'.ie imposition of piraiieul copyists,
apply on'v to Dll. PALMER, :is above directed,
or to his Agent, GEO. 11. TAYLOR,
dee 0 tf Nc-.v Kerne, N. C.
2S POLLOK STBEET,
july IT T(J tf
gTRKNGTIi TO TIIE WEAK I
YOUTH TO TIIE AGED ! !
L I F i: K E J U V E X A T O R .
Ti.is preparation is unequalcd as a Rejuveuator
and Restore" i.f wasted i:u rt functions.
The le-. bie, !::e aged, and ail those who have iu
unv w;-v liiiLVihed tat ;r vitality by excessive men
tai or pi; . si- iii application, wiii tind the Riokreue
to be w'.a.t its ;i..uie implios. a Life Rejuveuator,
Viue;;. win:, u :-u:ji:s up t!:e siiauereu coiistilu
lion, v. iil also i;!:p:;:-i to the IV clings the briskness
:-!d energy W!:!e:: belong lo youth.
No nun ter ;.' i;at cruse auy organ has become
enfeebled in bs functions', tlft' suj'crb preparation
will remove that cause at once and forever.
CURES GENERAL DEBILITY, IMPOTENCY
NEKVOU6 INCAPACITY. DYSPEFSIA,
DiCFRESStON, LOSS OF APPETITE,
LowsrnuTs. imuecility. men
tal INDOLENCE. EMACIA
D has a most delightful, dcirableand novel c-fTeel
upon the NERVOUS SYSTEM ; and all who are
in any way prostrnicd y nervous disabilities are
earnestly advised to seek a cure in this most ex
cellent and uucituaicd preparation.
IJ I O Ik i; V. N E .
The FEEBLE, the LANGUID, the DESPAIR
ING, the OLD, should give this valuable discov
ery a trial: il will be lou'iu totally ilLliercut lroui
ail other articles for I he sr.ine purpose.
To Females. This preparation is invalua
ble in nervous weaknesses of all kinds, ::s it will
restore the wasted strength with wonderful per
manence. It is also a grand tonic, and w ill give relief in
Dyspepsia with the lirst dose. A brief persis
tence in its use wiil renovate the stomach to a de
gree of perfect health, and banish Dyspepsia fur
ever. One Dollar per bottle, or six bottles for So.
Sold by Druggists generally.
tent !.v Express anywhere, by addressing,
HUTCIIINGS A: HILLYER". Proprietors,
No. 2S Dey Street, New York.
Sold in Raleigh by
P. F. PESCUD.
GEO. Z. FRENCH & CO.
MS A CONCENTRA
TED extract ot the
choice root, so combined
with other substances ot
still greater alterative
power as to afford an ef
leetual antidote for dis
eases Sarsaparilla is re
puted to cure. Such a
remedy is surely wanted
by those who suH'cr from
and that one which will accomplish their cure must
prove, as this has, of immense service to this
large class of our afflicted fellow-citizens. How
completely this compound will do it has been
proven by experiment on many of the worst cases
to be found in the following complaints :
Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings und' Sores, Skin
Diseases. Pimples. Pustules. Blotches, Eruptions,
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworms, &c.
Hiftriiilix tr Veneritil JJixCtike is expelled from the
system by the prolonged use of this Sarsapakiixa
and the patient is leit in comparative health.
Female Jjixeuse are caused by Scrofula in the
blood, and are often soon cured by this Extkact
Do not discard this invaluable medicine, be
cause you have been imposed upon by something
pretending to be Sarsaoarilla, while it was not.
neu you nave useu -Aitu e im-u, auu nui tin
then, wiii you know the virtues of ISarsaptirilla.
lor minute particulars ot tne. diseases it cures,
we refer you to Avcr's American Almanac, which
the agent below named, will furnish gratis to all
who call for it.
Ayeu's Cathartic Pills, for the cure of C03-
tiveness. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, .Dys
entery, Foftl Stomach Headache, Piles, Rheuma
tismHeartburn arising from Disordered Stom
ach, Pain or Morbid Inactiou of the Bowels, Flat
ulency, Loss of Appetite. Liver Complaint,
Dropsy, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Din
They are sugar coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, ana they are the
best Aperient in the world for all the purposes of
a lamiiy physic.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell,
Hass., and sold by Williams if. Haywood, and P.
F. Pcseud," Raleigh, N. C, and by dealers every
where. march 29 cod2m
JNSURANCE AGAIJTST FIRE,
AND THE PERILS OF INLAND TRANS
portation. UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY,
Composed of the Geniutniu, Hanover, 2fc)ia
and JieptibUe Fire Insurance Companies, New
York. Capital over 13,000,000.
- JOHN G. WILLIAMS, & CO..
Oct 6 tf 10
Spend ryour " Groenbacks."
AND STO Gogt
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED, FROM NEW
V oik, aud now open for Sale, the latest style
Spring and Summer Goods,'
Stapla; an Fancy Dry Goods,
bought since tho great decline In prices couse
cpiently I can give nil rny customers
Call and look before you buy. It will cost you
nothiug, and tavo your money. Now is tho time,
the place, to spend your Greenbacks, to the most
advantage. I am selling as cheap as you cu buy
at retail in New York. No humbug. Quick side
and small profits is my motto.
J. KINNEY, Faytttcrfce St.;
april 7, 1!H"0 0-tf. Raleigh, N. C.
J E. STEN HOUSE. A ALAS MACATXET.
gTENHOUSE & MACAILAY,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission
Mcrel f.nts, at our Old Stand, Trade Street, Char
lotte, N. C.
Purchase and sell Cotton ad all other Produce,
Business entrusted to us shall command our
prompt i ersonal attention.
Rei .-niiKSi" i. Jordan Womblc, Sr., Esq.
Duulop. Moncure & Co., Richmond, Va.
Kent. Paine & Co., "
Martin A: 'i'annahiil, Petersburg, Va.
attg H ly?
pliOSI'ECT U S
the s!"Tu::ai'0K stab.
TTiE UNDF1!1GNF.D PKOrOSE TO PUB.
LIS1I. in the village of Kutherfonlton, a Weekly
Newspaper, to be called " lilE RUTHERFORD
It is our desire to make The A'ar a welcome
visitor to i ll il.ose who feel an interest in the
; vospci iiy and welfare of our country as a whole,
and the perpetuity of our institution!, as handed
down to us ty our noble ancestry, a. Federal Re
publican Oovci mnent.
Our people have but lately emerged from a
gigantic ci il war, wngt d by and between sections
of u o;:ee glorious Union, and more desolating to
our particular section, than anything that has ever
happened ou this continent, and it is to be hoped
than ever will sigain.
While there is life there is hope, and notwith
standing the great changes wrought by the late
civil v. ar. we sl.:i!l encourage t!ie"pcople to hon
esty, industry and economy, we shall take speeial
pains to keep them posted with all beneficial im
provements of the age, so that they may once
more enjoy bountiful stores, prosperity and hap
piness. We shall from time to time publish such laws,
b.'th State and National, as our people are direct
ly concerned in, and shall likewise use our iullu
ence to establish a sound circulating cutreney, so
much needed at the present time.
We shall be governed by principles and not
men, for according to our honest conviction, the
present condition of our country is owing to the
abandonment of principles, we menu the aban
donment of those fuudamentnl principles upon
which the Government of the United btates was
We shall favor and encourage the development
of all our resources, Agricultural, Mineral, )cc.,
and likewise such internal improvements as will
iiiost likely be beneficial to the country, and
especially t he extension of the Wilmington, Char
lotte and" Rutherford Railroad west. -
As to Politics we are Tuff. Conservatives,
believing licit heriu the Fire Eaters of the South,
nor the Radic als of the North, but in the Con
stitution, the Union, and the enforcement of all
Constitutional laws, whether State or Federal,
and a ready and willing obedience to the same.
The k'.'r will be published every Wednesday at
the following rates, (strictly in advance,) payable
iu currency, or produce at market prices :
One Copy 1:2 months 2 00
" 0 " I 00
J. B. CARPENTER,
aprii IS 17-tf. li. W. LOGAN.
Kellogg, Wheeler & Co.,
7OULD RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTEN
V lion to their new stock of
Spriug and Summer Dres Gcctis.
Ladies Trimmed Hats.
Sonnets, Shawls, Balmorals. j,
Hoop Skirts, White Goods.
&c,, &., &., . &
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Jeans, Tweeds and Satinets.
Sugar, Coffee and Tea.'
Bourbon Whiskey, French Brandy
and Holland Gin.
Raleigh, N. C. March 20, 18G6 1 tf.
J. E. GOKCICT & Co.,
SUCCESSORS TO "
Condict, Jennings & Co.,
SADDLERY, niRXESS, LEATHER,
., 6c, ., "
Nos. 55 & 57, White St., New York.
JENNINGS, THOMLINSON & CO.,
april 21 15-Cm. Charleston, 6. C
TaZFORTANT SANITARY NOTICE 1
' . Raleigh, N. C, April 18, ls6.
The attention of the citiuens of Raleigh is re
spectfully called to the Allowing orduaucc :
Be it ordained by the Commissioners of the City
PfThHfLi? shall be the duty of the City Constables,
under Ihe direction of the Major, to investigate
the condition of the privies, 'wick-yards and other
places in the City where fjlth may exist and notify
the owner or tenant f the grounds where tho
same may lc, to cleanse the same and remove said
tilth, and if within five days after such notification
such clexning and removal shall not be made, tho
persons in default shall be lined teu dollars, and
live dollars additional for each day thereafter dur
ing which such nuisance may eoutinue.
By order of the board :
. WM. II. HARRISON,
, JEEPy COOL t
20 0,0 00 lbs. OF PURE FLINT ICE.
Parties desiring can procure Ice by the season
on yery moderate terms.
' W. H. R. S. TUCKER.
Baltigh, April 13, 1866. 12-tf. . .