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mania has arrived from . Southampton with
dates of 12th irisLint;? Cotton- Was Hmn--The
sales on- Monday Were 10,000, bales.
Breadstuff's firm.; Provisions steady.';, Con
sols 8Cf. Five-twenties .0Gf,:"? X.;.
The London Times says there will ' he ,no
serious attempt to oppose the 7 franchise in:
Pnrliamcnt - - v1 r.v " , . .
The Emperor of Austria- had left for the
headqiwters of the army. Tlie Prussians
have occupied Brauistadt, Herat and Ibeseboe
nd will move on Gluckstadt and E'.mshorn,
near Altona, immediately-. The passport sys
tem is renewed on. the Swiss frontier.
Ln France believes the' rumours of an ex
pected message from Napoleon to be un
funded and it questioned, M. Rouher will
only report the 8d of May' declaration, . r .
Marshall O'Donnell lias expressed the appre
hension that 1806 would - not- pass without
Spain having to defend her territory. .
The Austrian embassador had not yet left
Berlin. ' ' :'
The popular agitation against Prussia con
tinued to increase in Bavaria. .
The ultra-montane party dasire Bavaria to
csxiuse the cause of Austria.
Efforts were making to cause the King of
Bavaria to change the ministry, if it declines
to declare against the power that commences
the war . ..
Austria entered a protest against the Prus
sians entering Holstein, as a violation of the
New York, June 25. Very latest by the
Germania. - :
Liverpool, June 12 P. M. Cotten Sales
of the t wo days 1,800 bales. Market firm.
Prices unchanged. Midddling, 18d Flour
fiinn. Wheat steady. Cora, steady, $39s.a
$29s. 6d. for mixed. Beef and pork quiet
and steady. Colfee quiet. Rosin inactive.
London. June 12 P. M. Consols closed at
86a80f for money. American stocks nomi
nal; 0 20's,64iaG5i.
New York. June 25. Additional foreign
news presents points of importance. The
London Timet of the 13th says that the diplo
matic rupture between Austria and Prusia is
now complete. The Austrian Minister had
demanded his passports and was to leave
that day. Such a consummation was to be
xpected after the correspondence which pass
ed between the two Governments during the
last tew days. The dispatch of Count Bis
niark went beyond every such document in
discourtesy, invective, and provocation, and
it has been replied to by Count Mensdorff in
more guarded style, but in language which
shows offended and pride and unconquerable
. The Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs
makes a solemn protest against the proceed
ings in Holstein, and the statement by which
ifc has attempted to justify them. He declines
all responsibility for the consequen.ee, and
declares that-for months Prussia has taken a
position which endangered the former settle
ment. In conclusion, Count Mensdorff resseves
to the Imperial government the right of tak
ing such steps as may be found necessary,
since nothing remains for Austria but to de
fend her honour and guard her rights from
The portentous intelligence that Garabaldi
has reached Como is anuouueed. Here was
the scene of his former brilliant exploits.
The letter of Napoleon to his foreign min
isters was read on 12th instant. He says :
Had the Conference met the Emperour says
that France would have repudiated all idea
of territorial aggrandizement so long as the
European equilibrium remained undisturbed.
Much preferring a good understanding with
her neighbours to any territorial acquisition.
France would have desired for the Germanick
Confederation a more worthy position; for
Prussia better geographical boundaries, and
for Austria the maintenance of her great
position in Europe, after the cession of Ven
ntia to Italy in exchange for territorial com
pensation. Though the Conference has failed,
France, the Emperor thinks, will not have to
lraw the sword, but will continue to observe
an attentive neutrality. '
The letter was received with loud cheers
by the members, and on the suggestion of
Mr. Roulier the Chamber, by a large major
ity, decided against eutering in the debate
upon the affairs of Germany and Italy.
Fabthek Potnt, June 25. The steamsip
Moravian, from Liverpool, has passed here.
Her dates are U the 15th.
It was rumored that Austria had declared
"war againts Prussia, but the latest advices
do not confirm the report.
The Emperorof Austria on the 14th instant,
in a speech, said he had done everything else,
and now had to resort to the sword.
Cotton had advanced d; sales of the week.
70,000 bales; middling Orleans 14Jd. The
stock at Liverpool was 1,000,000 bales. Con
sols closed at 86$; five-twentks 65.
The Austrian Generals.
Sketches of the Chief Commanders of
the Army of the Empire. The really dis
tinguished leaders of the Austrian army are
few in number, and nearly all well advanced
in years. They served in 1812 and 1813 un
der Prince Schwa rtzenburg, made the cam
paign of Hungary in 1849, that of Italy
against Charles Albert, and that of 1859, the
most important of all. In case of a war,
those who appear destined to the principal
commands are the following: The Arch
duke Albert son of the immortal Prince
Charles, Marshal Henry de Hesse, Benedick,
Schwartzenburg and Clam-Gallas.
Marshal de Hesse is seventy-three years of
age, spare in person, and of active mind and
habits. ' His career dates from the battle of
Wagram, in which he took part, being then
in his seventeenth year. It was he who de
cided the Austrian victory over the Pied
montese in 1848, by the strategical move
ment from Verona, and he took a very ac
tive part in the battle of Novana. The
Italians regard him as a very formidable en
emy, and admit that he will give them no
Prince Schwartenburg is tall, well-made,
and very vigorous, notwithstanding his seventy-two
years. In 1848 he commanded a
division of cavalry in Italy. He distin
guished himself at the battle of Comorn, in
Hungary; by preventing, with his division,
the insurgents from debouching on the riaht
bank of the Danube. At the battle of Ma- .:
. genia ne commanded the third eorjjs iVarmee,
with which he covered the retreat of the
Austrians. At Solferino he was in the left
wing, opposed to Gen. O'Neill. He is one
of the most brilliant officers of the Austrian
army, and is, moreover, an author.
Marshal Benedick is only fifty eight
While a colonel, in 1848, he fought in the
campaign against the Piedmontese. In 1859
he commanded the Eighth Corps at San
Martino. Since Radetsky's death he has
been first warrior of Austria. It is probable
that he will be charged to oppose the Prus-'
sians. r The . life of Count Clam-Gallas has
been very active; he has shared in all the
wars of Austria since 1848. In Hungary,
however, he Only succeeded - in vanquishing
the Gen. Bern, through the aid of the Rus
sians. -At present he commands the First
Corps of the Austrian army of Prague. .
We must not. omit to mention Gen Ga
blentz, who commanded the Austrians in
the war against Denmark, and Gen. Ram
ming, to whom Austria was indebted in the
Hungrian campaign ' for the decisive success
obtained at Teinesvaf. &z PMic, of
Lyon. -:- - .; f. ; ;.v;-."
Jj'LOUR I FLOUR I ; FLDDK I ;
50 BBLg.' CHOICE nTc.- FAMILY FLOUB '
100 Ubls. Superfine and Extra Supernm-.Flour. "
5 bbla. very beet Baltlmvre, Family ana Extra
Superfine Flour. ' ' '
janea tt : . B. P. WILLIAMSON fc CO.
: ; , . .
T7IWE OLD .WINE I Vy.-';:r.;-'-
40 GALLONS OLD AND DELICIOUS SCUP-
ri,KNONG Wine bv the Mllon
New Tobk, June 34. The steams
June 2 1
PtTBlilC Exkcttttoxs.- There can - h nn
qliestlonthat the1 toni ofpublitt sentimenMs
being lowered bv the publicity which attends
the execution of criuinala .And the number
of executions that have taken, place of lutein
different portions of Xhe community Increases
this- effect with . amazing, rapidity. In , tbe
normal state of the human heart, the sight of
that which inflicts pains is always 'viewed
with drcad-j-a sensibility,however; which," as
is well .known, rapidly diminishes by a repe
tition of the experience. : In the case of the
public execution of crimnals this: fact is es
pecially noticeable. The scenes which are
witnessed the gallows the rope the strug
gles of the victim the blasphemy, obscenity
and the coarse jokes all are calculated not
only to render the heart callous to human
suffering, but to familiarize the mind with
depravity and vice." Consequently, the ar
gument for making an execution, public
that the sight will infuse a wholesome terror
in the minds of evil doers is entirely neu
tralized. In most parts of the United States,
the practice of public executions -in theory
at least has long been abandoned, but in
the British dominions it is still prevalent.
Public sentiment, however, on this subject
has been for several years changing, and the
recent executions before Newgate, iji the very
heart of London, attended by robJery, as
sault, and horrible blasphemy, committed by
the brutalized crowds at the foot of the gal
lows, have led to decided action. Accord
ingly, a bill is now before, the House of Com
mons providing for the execution of capital
punishment within prisons. . By this bill it is
intended that the sentence of death which is
to be executed on a prisoner shall take place
within the walls of the prison in which he is
at the time confined. The sheriff, surgeon,
chaplain, and jailer, together with such other
officers and persons as the sheriff may per
sonally desire are to be present at the execu
tion. The sheriff may, also, if he sees fit,
admit justices and newspaper reporters.
When the sentence of the law litis been car
ried into effect, two certificates of the fact
are to be drawn up one for the surgeon to
sign, and the other for the sheriff, jailer, and
chaplain. Six hours after the execution, an
inquest is to be held, upon which, however,
no officer of the prison, or any prisoner, will
be allowed to sit. Printed copies, both of
the certificates and of the result of the in
quest, are then to be posted at the prison en
trance, and the original documents to be
sent to the Home Secretary.
It will be i-2en that this new method of ad
ministering capital punishment in the Brit
ish empire will, if adopted, be very similar
to that which obtains in the United States.
In both cases, however, it is to be feared that
a large loop-hole is left whereby an execu
tion becomes practically a public exhibition.
This loophole is in the clause which allows
the sheriff to invite in all persons whom he
may wish to have present. Such, at least, is
too often the case in the executions that oc
cur among us, when the tickets given out to
" particular friends" are so numerous as to
render abortive, in great part, the design
which the law had in view. The terror of
the death penalty has been deprived of some
of its force in preventing crime, by the no
toriety which public executions give to
crimnals. Many proofs exist of the actual
excitement in such cases of an ambition in
the minds of the depraved to become the
subjects of such public interest. Private ex
ecutions are also affected in the same man
ner by sensational reports in the newspapers,
and accounts of the last hours and dying
speeches of the condemned. The death pen
alty is most to be dreaded when it is execut
ed strictly in private, by the officers of the
law and a jury of citizens, and the world on
ly learns the simple fact that the .law has
done its terrible work, the criminal has suf
fered its highest penalty in the solemnity
which should attend such a scene, without
noise, without a public exhibition, without
leeomng even the object of public curiosity.
We would not forbid the publication of ac
counts of executions, but it is certainly to be
wished that the press would aid the ends of
justice by depriving those accounts of their
sensational character, and giving details at
all, only the plain unvarnished truth in a
few words. New York Journal of Commerce.
On the evening of the 30th, by R. S. Tuck
er, Esq., Capt. J. M. Hexson, to Mrs. Jane Wil
son, all of this City.
On the 21st of Jane, at Broad Street Methodist
Church, Richmond, Va., by the Right Rev. Bish
op Domett, Miss Letitia L. Roanb, daughter of
the late Colonel. J. B. Roane, of King and Queen
couuty, Va., to CoL Chas. E. Shobek of Greens
boro', N. C.
(FORMERLY MONTAGUE HOUSE,)
BALEIOH, N. C.
500 Tarda East of S. C. K. R. Depot.
EALS ON ARRIVAL OF EVERY TRAIN.
Board by the day, week or mouth.
ROSA JEFFRES3, Proprietress.
late ot UUapel mil.
Jas. B. McDade, Agent.
June 28 3t.
J M. lOVEJOY'S ACADEMY.
The 51st session will commence on the 9th of
July, 1800. Tuition $20 and 25 in currency.
One half in advance.
For particulars, address
J. M. LOVEJOY.
The third session of Miss ANNIE E. LOVE
JOY'S school will commence July Uth, 18Uti.
Jane 28th 11 It. J. M. L.
QOLDSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE FALL SESSION WILL BEGIN ON
Monday the 6th of August, and continue twenty
Board $1 per week in currency. Tuition from
$13 to $30. Extras equally moderate. Instruc
tion thorough. Government mild and parental.
For further Information address,
Rev. 8. MILTON FROST, A. M.
June 28, 186G. 44 9tpd
'THAW I STRAW I STRAW t
WANTED TEN THOUSAND POUNDS OF
clean Wheat Straw.
juue 28 tf. B. P. WILL.IAMSOM K UO
. AFTER TO DAY, BUSINESS HOURS AT
the office of John G. Williams & Co., and the
Raleigh National Bank, will close at 3 o'clock,
p. m. W. B. GULICCK, Cathier.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, & Co.
Raleigh, Jnne 2othl8Ctf. 43 3t.
BCTIOS SALE OF GOVERNMENT
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, AT
New Berne, IV. C,
On Tuesday, July 8, 1866.
Horses, Mules. Harness, and a large quantity
of other property. .
Also, at - :
Thursday. Jnlv 5, 1866, One Storehouse 200 bv
SO feet on Flanner a Wharf, and a lot of Frame
buildings, corner of 9th and Market streets.
J D. 8TUBB3.
Brevet Llent. Col. and Chief Q. M.
JjOR SALE! . ;
STORE HOUSE, DWKLLINO HOUSES and
LOTS, ia Clarksvlile. Scotland Neck, N. Cr -
Apply to " . -'M. McMAHON,
. June 20 2w. s - ; Haluax, N. C. -
DOOK .:OpT FOR THE THIEF I - . i
STOLEN FROM ME AT HENDTRSON. ON
the 17th. ins t, one bob-toll .Bay IIore,rtont
n years old, carries his tall nearly straight with
Jiia backVi' I fi give Twerty-flvo Dollars for the
recovery of the Horse, and One Hundred Dollars
f9T the arrest of the thief. ' ; -" ,,.
Jane 21 8r -. ' H. "MEEBYMA3I.?V
."-. -- . WABBOlJOTOJrJUne gB- .
The Freedmen'o Bureau bill passed the Sen-'
ate,-to -day, with an amendment to the House
l)ill, vrhich pPremjptorily confirmed thtf ne
groes: .in the' posession of lands . under", Sher
man's order:. The Senate amendment : is
that all the sea-island lands shall be surren
dered to the owners, excepting those sold for
taxes. .The bill is to continue in force ' Tor
three years. : It goes back to the House for
concurrence. ' . . : v .-
t . .The Senate has passed the House hill amen
datory of the act to organize Washington
territory. .It makes the sessions of the ter
ritorial legislation biennial, . and increases
the compensation of members from three to
six dollars per day.
The President has approved -the bill for
the disposal of the public lands for home
stead actual settlement in the States of Ala
bama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and
Nothing of interest transpired in the
Charges agalast Ceo. Klluatrlck. The tax on
Cotton- The Finances, te.
Washington, June 26.
. Charges affecting the private character of
Gen. Kilpatrick, Minister to Ohio, are said
to have been presented to the State Depart
ment. If true, they will no doub.t cause his
It is thought that the House will adhere
to its tax of five cents on Cotton, which will
cause a Conference Committee. The action
of that Committee will probably be a com
promise on the Senate amendment, and the
rate be fixed at 2 cents.
D. H. Strother, of West Virginia, has been
confirmed as Consul to Buenos Ayres.
The Secretary ot the Treasury will redeem
all certificates of indebtness falling due after
Aug. 31st., with accrued interest thereon, if
presented for redemption on or before July.
New York, June 26.
Cotton firm at SS39.
Flour declined 515 cents. Sales of 7,
000 bbls. State at $9,80. Ohio $8,50$13
75. Southern $10,lo$17.
Wheat dull, quotations nominal. .
Corn declined l2c. Sales of 60,000
bushels at 8991.
Pork heavy, Sales of 18,000 bbls at $31
Lard unchanged. Whiskey dulL
Sugar firm, sales of 1200 bags Muscova
do at 12; Havana 11.
Coffee dull at 18 cents.
Naval Store dull. Freights steady,
Five-twenties, 1,03$ ; Seven-thirties, 1,
0241, Gold l,5015i.
Latest Market Beports.
New Yobk, June 27.
Gold at noon to-duy 155$.
Cotton dull at 3846. Sales for the week
iVadc at Waltham, Mass.
IS THE BEST.
IT IS MADE ON THE BEST PRINCIPLE.
Its frame Is composed of SOLID PLATES. No
jar can interfere with the hannory of its working
und uo sudden shock can damage its machinery.
Every piece is made and finished by machinery
(itself famous for its novelty, as well aa for its ef
fectiveness) and is therefore properly made. The
watch is what all mechanism shonld be ACCU
RATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMI
CAL. Except some high grades, too costly for
general use, foreign watches arc chiefly made by
women and boys. Snch watches are composed of
several hundred pieces, screwed and rivited to
gether, and require constant repairs to keep them
m any kind of order. All persons who have car
ried " ancrcs," " leplncs " and English Patent
Levers," are perfectly well aware of the truth of
At the beginning of our enterprise, more than
ten years ago, it was our first object to make a
thoroughly good low-priced watch for the million,
to take the place of these foreign impositions
the refuse of loreign factories which were en
tirely unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless
now well we have accomplished this may be
understood from the fact, that after so many
years of public trial, wo now make MORE THAN
HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES 80LD IN
THE UNITED STATES, and that no others
have ever given such universal satisfaction. While
this department of our business is continued with
increased facilities for perfect work, we arc at
present engaged in the manufacture of watches
of the very HIGHEST GRADE KNOWN TO
CHRONOMETRY, unequalled by anything hith
erto made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by any
thing made in the world. For this purpose we
have tlie.amplcst facilities. We have erected an
additiou to our main buildings expressly for this
branch of our business, and have filled it with the
best workmen in our service. New machines
and appliances have been constructed, which
perform their work with consummate delicacy
and exactness. Tho choicest and most approved
materials , only are used and we cballen gc com
parison between this grade of our work nnd the
finest imported chronometers. We do not pre
tend to sell our watches fortes money thau foreign
watches, bnt we do assert without fear of contra
diction that for the tame money our product is
incomparably superior. All our watches, of what
ever grade, arc fully warranted and his warrantee
is good at all times against us or our ageuts in all
parts of the world.
CAUTION. The public are cautioned to buy
only of respectable dealers. All persons selling
counterfeits will be prosecuted. . . . .
i . , ROBBINS fc APPLETON,' Agents
. ' Fob the Am ebicax Watch Compaht,
- June 14 lm. 182 Broadway, N. Y.
Worms. M. R. Disosway , of Virgin! , writes
"A dyspeptic acquaintance used the 8outhkkn-.
Hepatjo Pills, ana found them so useful that
since his removal to Missouri he has sent in an
order for a gross of them. I have known them to
be most effieaciorui in expeUirumortnetrottic a&rvn
and in one instance great celief was given in case
of ttarieoe vein and pile. , ;
'. For sale by. the Druggists Directions
accompanying each box. Sent to any part of the
' United States, for So cents per box, or S3. SO per
. dozen,-- Address, : .y GEO.. W. DE CMS,
, Jnne'9 Inv. , r" '-.l ' . BattimoreV".MdV"
, , Hill's . Hair Bra SO Cental Black or
Brown. Ibstant aneooo, .beautiful, durable, re
. liable. Tuerbec t ami cheapest ln,'tte Depot
No. 66 John Street, New York. 8old by all Drug,
Patent - Medicine, Perfumery and Fancy , Goods
. v- THE-i; UNDERSIGNED WILL." RECEIVE
proposals in writing until the 16th July next and
on. that day Inclusive, for a lease Tf that well
known Hotel iu the City of Raleigh, N. C., known
as the Yarborough House, for-oue year from aud
after the 18th ot that month, including the furni
ture and Omnibus belonging to the Hotel. Ar,
raugements wilt be made to repair and rc-furnish
the iiouse. so as to tit it in all respects for a first
cli Hotel. For the lasti twelve months tt'ie
house has had a very large and lucratlvc'-patron-agv,
and with proper management It -; will no
doabt be continued..-. . . . .. .
1 Theundoreigned reserve, to themselves the right
to accept or reject any proposal inadu without re
gard to the terms offered.. ( Proposals may us
sent to anv or all of the underritmed at Raleigh.
. r ,, . . vWM. lL POOLE.
Juue 19 2w ' H. A. -BADHAM.
XFORD FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE 8IST SESSION WILL OPEN ON MON
DAY the 16th o July, I860.
This school, located in the midst of a section
of country noted tor health and plenty, furpishiug
thorough and extended instruction iu the various
departments, and depending on . its own merits
for success, offers unusual . scholastic advantages
at very reasonable rates. ' ' - : -'' " -
J. H. MILLS,
Junel9 td . . . y Oxford, N. C. .
Office Raleigh & Gastow R. R. Co., I
Maleiyli, N. V., Jum tt, 18C6. f
'PHE ANNUAL MEETING OF. THE STOCK
JL HOLDERS of this Company will be held at
the otliee of the Company, on Thursday 5th July,
I860, at 11 o'clock, A. M. ; '
' ' W. W. VA8S,
Jnne 19 td Treat. fc U? y.
. . .
Officb NobthaCakolina Railroad Co.,
Company Shop, June 12th, 1800. )
THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL
meetiug of the Stockholders of the North
Carolina Railroad Company, will be held in the
town of Hillsboro' on Ihursday, the 12th day of
July next., , -. . , .
StOCkhOlaere wno canuui. uwuu iu person will
nlHiie send their oroxies.
June 10 td F. A.
TIN WARE !
No. 44 Fayetteville Street.
We have a large stock of TIN WARE, of
our own manufacture, for sale, wholesale and
retalL J- BROWN,
with HART & LEWIS.
Raleigh, May 15, 1866. 25 tf.
JpOR SALE !
1,000 BARRELS " WHITE FLINT CORN,
1,000 " N. C. Cut Herriugs,
250 " Family Roe Herrings, (in barrels
10,000 pounds N. C. cured Bacon.
Apply to M. McMAHON,
une 2 tf. Halifax, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED I
At No. 44, Fayetteville Street:
Plain and Plated Castors.
Paluted and Ornamented Toilet Sets.
Fire Proof Tea Pots.
Handsome Tea Trays.
J. BROWN, wl ..h .
Raleigh, april 28 tf. . HART & LEWIS.
gT. MARY'S SCHOOL, Raleigh, N. C.
Right Rev. TnOS. ATKINSON, D. D., Visitor.
Rev. ALDERT 8MEDES, D. D., Rector.
Rev. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M., Assistant.
The forty-ninth term will commence on the
17th July, and continue until the 8th December.
For a circular, apply to the Rector.
June 12, 1800. 37 tf
ILL WARD & WINEBRENER,
118 Market Street,
DEALERS IN MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
of every description for Cotton and Woolen Man
ufactories. Also, Oak TannedLeather Belting, Card, Cloth
ing, Cotton and Woolen Yams, Warp, Starch,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, &c, Ac.
Advances made on consignments of Cotton and
Orders solicited which shall receive prompt at
tention. WM. MILL WARD,
March 6 Sni. . D. S. WINEBRENER
QOLD t GOLD t IS DECLINING,
But all kinds of the best Writing Paper and
Envelopes, Illustrated papers, Fashion Books,
Fancy Articles, and Newspapers, thr'o from New
York iu thirty-six hours, can always be found at
West's Stationery Store,
Next door to the National Bank. " Small profits
and quick sales," is our motto.
February 10. 1806 tf
Office of tub A. and N. C. R. R. Co., )
Nkwbkrs, June 1, I860. f
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TnE STOCK
HOLDERS ot the Atlantic and North -Carolina
Railroad Company will be held in the town of
V.eaufort, N. C-, on the 28th instant, being the
last Thnrsday in June. C. R. THOMAS,
jnne 5 td President A. & N. C. Jt Ji. Co.
TO STOVE DEALERS.
A JSTEW COOKING STOVE.
E ARE DESIROUS CF INTRODUCING
in this section our celebrated
Home Comfort Store.
This Is a strictly first class Cooking Stove. The
Joints, Doors and Dampers are ao nicely fitted as
to. make it perfectly tight. The Doors, Bottom
and Back are lined with Tin, thus retaining the
heat in the oven and requiring very little fneL
It is made both with or without Reservoin and
Closets. It contains more of durability, dispatch,
convenience, economy and beauty than any other
It has an immense sale throughout the North
and meet with great success where .It has been
introduced in the South.
We have cuts of the Stove, also pamphlets giv
ing a full description. Parties wishing to intro
duce this excelleut and popular Stove will please
address us at once. Wo give to. Agents the ex
MORRISON A CALWELL,
juheS tf Troy.N Y.
QEIfERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
THE UNDESIGNED TENDERS HIS SER
VICES to the community at home and abroad, as
a General Bnsiness Agent. He will attend
diligently to the collecting of all claims, the set
tling and closing of all accounts, the buying and
selling of any and every species of propa-ty,or
any other business in the State to wmcp parties
cannot attend in person, or which they may find
it to their interest to entrust to the management
of an agent.
' As to his character and qualifications he is au
thorized to refer to George W. Mokdecaj, Hon.
Thos. Bbaoo and Kemp P. Battle.
RUFUS H. PAGE.
Raleigh, June 16th, 1866. 86 tf
gCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
MRS. LACY PROPOSES TO OPEN A School
for Young Ladies on the 16th of July, at Ik resi
dence; north of the Institution for Deaf and
Dumb. Competent teachers have been procured
iu the different departments of study.
Instruction will bo given in the usual English
Branches, Mathematics, Mental and Moral Philos
ophy, Natural Sciences, Ancieut - and Modern
Languages, and Music on the Piano. :
Tuiion per session of twenty weeks $30 00.
Payable in currency, half in advance. Music and
Modem Languages extra, ' ' -
June 23d. . ;"" " r : 43
SALE OF GOVERNMENT r
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON
Thursday, July 5th, 1866. 10 o'clock, A. M.,at
Ordnance Depot, Hilton Head, 8. C, tho follow
iur Ordnance Stores, consisting In part of Gun
Carriages and Chassis Implements, Ac., for Field
and Siege Guns, .-fixed Ammunition, Harness,
Saddles, Halters, Bridles, Blankets, Infantry and
Ckvalrv AMflntrlnunta Punkln? BoXCS.: Tools,
Ac. . Catalogues containing full lists of articles
to be sold, will beurnished on application to
Charleston Arsenal. ' . . : : j ,
Tebms Cash in TJ; S. Currency. - . ' .! ,
'- By order Brevet Major." General A. B.1 Dyer,
Chief of Ordnance, Washinston, IX C. ; :
' F. H. PARKER, v, i
- Capt. Orf. d Brevet Ma). U. S. -4
'"U Commanding CharUeion J reenal. :
": 'Jane 2Sd' v r 458 td
HAVE' JUST PURCHASED ANOTHER.
: ;.. r
..beautiful Stock of , " , .r
' LADIES, t GFNTS, MISSE8 f AND BOYS
: DRESS GOODS, v .! v
" v r
HATS, ' SHOES, &C, ' ' -:r
' j , . v. . : -. , .- . . - ,
At the very lowest prices before the late sud
den rise In Gold and Cotton. These Gobda have
" been "reaivetl,!and the" same articles cannot be
bought now In New York within Twenty (20) per
cent, of the cost of ours.
All' Goods by the yard bave advanced within
; the last week from three to ten ceuta per yard.
We bought them when they, were down and.
much less thau those that were bought early in
the springy and we are determined that the public
shall have the advantage ot our purchases.
We can afford to sell you '
GOOD GOODS' CHEAP,
And we will do it, as
We Buy and Sell for Cash.
We Offer ' . ' " . ' t
10,000 yds. beautiful English and Americad Cali
coes 15 to 25 cents.
3,000 yds. French Organdies and printed Jaconet
80 to 75 cents.
2,000 yards Mens and Boys Summer Casslmeres,
Naukinetts aud Cottonades. :
1,000 Ladies and Misses White and Black Derby
aud Sundown Hats.
5,000 pairs Shoes, Ladies and Misses, . Mens
may 81 tf. W. H. & R. 8. TUCKER.
T. JT. MITCHELL, O. ALLEN.
D. T. CABBAWAV.
MITCHELL, ALLEN & 00 ,
22 Pollock St., Newbern, N. C.
Water street, Wilmington X. C.
EEP A LARGE AND CAREFULLY 8E-
lected Stock of
Farmers', Millers', Banders', Jlatlunlrs' and
Hoask'sepers Tools and ether Hardware.
AGI JU-TURAL IMPLEMENTS,
LEATHER AND RUBBER
STEEL, Ac. &c.
And can lurnlsb, at short notice, any kind o
MACHINERY or CASTINGS.
It. HOE & CO'S. CHiCULAR SAWS,
AND EVANS fc WATSON'
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES,
which we sell at Manufacturers' Prices.
We invite particular attention to our stock, and
fel confident that our facilities and experience,
will enable us to offer superior inducements to
urchasers. : jando om.
Kellogg, Wheeler & Co,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTEN
Uou to their new stock of
SPRING & SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Ladies Trimmed Hats.
Bonnets, Shawls, Balmorals.
Hoop Skirts, White Goods.
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Jeans, Tweeds and Satinets.
Sugar, Coffee and Tea.
Bourbon Whiskey, French Brandy
and Holland Gin.
Raleigh, N. C. March 20, 1866 ttf.
H. WORTHINGTON, formerly
U of North-Carolina,
is now putting up his
CHOLERA AND DIARHCEA MEDICiNifi IN
Orders addressed to Griffin, Bro. fc Co., Balti
more, will be promptly filled. Also, for sale by
Druggists and country Merchants generally
. throughout North-Carolina.
Baltimore, May 21, 1868. 29 Sm.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER MAY BE FOUND WITO
HART & LEWIS,
No. 44, Fayetteville Street.
He respectfully invites bis old customers, and
the public, to the extensive assortment of
Hardward, Cattery and Hoase-Farnishlug Goods
now In Store. ' ' .
april 10-10-tf. . J.BROWN.
JAS. L. HATHAWAY & TJTLEY.
(FORMERLY HATHAWAY CO., IMPORTERS OF MO
, IWISSSS AND SUGAR, WILMINOYOS, H. C.)
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION HERIHANTS,
171 PEARL STREET, .
WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Sheetings, Yams, 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 aud Bill of Lading. All Merchandize and
' Produce shipped "to us for sale are insured from
point of shipment with or without advice. In
voices should always accompany each shipment
Both of us haviug 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 wo can secure ' full prices for our friends
who will fhvor us with their consignment. .
- . . JAS. L. HATHAWAY,
: . . ' t . WM. R. UTLE Y. f .
February 19186&-6Da. : ; . "7 i ,', S - V
gCHOOLiFOR BOYSri . --
RbvVDr;LACY. f)' '. k . - n-incipal-.
BbwWm. S, LACY. , , : - - rAtnetantr
v :' The exercises of this School wffl be resumed at
.'.the moma hefore ocenuied. on 13th July, I860.
' Every effort ; will be MAe to prepare boys
.thoroughly for college or baamess. . j
;.x eaiou twenty weeks. .' Taitioa -hiTf lo ad
L vanco.- Terms as lierejtoiqrieA.;, .1 , ; i - - .
JuneSSd. ' -,r V: . " "
Clothing; Dry Goody, Lc.
; WIWLESAfJS DEALERS 7 XY . j;
READ Y MADE ; C LOT ti JiG ;
'.' A3iEBICA!l XXTBBSS BtTlLIHW?, " ;":
...:"' V ' 55, 5T. SO and 61 Hadso,V':'
. v . Near pBane street, New York.
'. H. WHrTFORD,
S.-f. i. B. VAN WAGENi
. W. CAKUABT,
,, 11EMEI SHtFBIt,.
. Office of Payan & Carhart In liquidation.
juneo, iowi. . : ,
SEW TAILOB15IG ESTABLlSIIMEBiT 1
GBIFFITH & McDONALl'
'. RALEIGH, N. C.
ri-HE "UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED '
J. fashionable , ;
CCTTIX6 A5iD TAILORDiC ESTABUSH3IES ;
Tp Stairs, hear the Tarhamgh Hanse,
Where they intend carrying on the
0 ntting and Tailoring B nsinet :
In all its branches, ,
AT LOW PRICES. J
Mb. GR1TF1TH, late' with' Mr. Farrlss,"wit
have control of the CUTTING DEPARTMENT
His well known taste as a skillful Cutter througi
out the State and the South will guarantee sati
faction to the most fastidious. ,
Gentlemen procuring their own Goods an '
Materials may rely upon having them cut in ti -
Latest Styles, and at Lswest Kates.
GARMENTS of every kind FOR CHILDRE
cut to order on accommodating terms. -
We respectfully solicit a share of patronage
promising to give entire satisfaction hi every pa,
ticular. , GRIFFITH & MCDONALD,
may 5 8m. . Opposite new Post Qfflce.
TV -TO. 11. FAYETTEVlLLJCi ST..
i RALEIGH, N. C.
Spring Trade, 1866.
Large additions to our Stock of Miscellaneor.
Hardware, Woodware, Crockery, Glass and Chili
Ware ; Hollow Ware, Tin Ware, Swedes an -American
Iron and Steel.
A commanding stock of Buggy Materials,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lamp Wicks and Chimneys.
Kerosine Oil, White Lead and other Paints, Spirit
Turpentine and Linseed Oil, Window Glass Iron
8 x 10 to 80 x So, Pntty; an extensive stock o
Builders Materials, Locks and Nails, -
Family Groceries and House-Furnishing
20 Cooking 8toves, of various approved patterns
Plaited Knives, Forks, Tea and Dinner Spoons.
Call and examine our biock.
J. BROWN, with
april 10 10-tf. HART & LEWIS.
m T. FT. KELLOGG HAVING RETIRED
from our firm, tl e business will hereafter be con
ducted in the name of EDWARD WHEJSJ-ik
& CO. We hereby tender our tbauKs xo me citi
zens of Ralefgh and icinity for past patronage.
IV fiLLUUO, TV r uw vr.
RESS GOODS, CALICOES, &C.
WE TTAV-R .TTTST OPENED AN ENTIRE
new stock, embracing jBrenadines, Muslins, Ging
hams, &e. Also, 3,wo yarns i,iuii-u, u 1 , ,
test styles, all of which we will sell cheap. Call
early and secure bargains. T
may & ao II. i,un aivu nt.iu.jii. vu v v.
W. rULI.IAM. W. H. JONBS.
- GEO. W. 8WKPSON.
PULLIAM, JONES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
TXAVE IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
which is offered at the lowest cash prices. They
respectfully solicit orders from the Merchants of
North-Carolina. puLUAM JQNES & CQ
Raleigh, May 1, 1808. . 20 tf.
rr-r TCf.W) pnOTOGRAPH
VV - GALLERY,
BALKIQH, N. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS LARGE AND SMALL,
b.artK deviRitcs: also, that new and beautiful
style of picture colled Albatypes, all executed
iu the very best 6tyle of the art. 1 am also pre
pared to make Photographs views, buildings, &c.
at snort notice, a can is nuuoira.
may 23, 180528 ly. J. W. WATSON.
An P-rppllent Barn and Stables. In Raleierh.
Anulv at STANDARD OFFICE.
February 28, 1806. tf
JJOR SALE I
10,000 lbs. OLD 8TEEL, IN LOTS TO
suit farmers for Plantation work, as cheap, or
cheaper, than Iron, and much better.
Apply to . J. C. R. LITTLE,
e Store Keeper.
april 10 tf. Superintendent Ji.it O. Ji. Ji. Co.
TOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
A. RARE OPPORTUNITY WILL BE OF
FERED to those who desire to purchase any ar-'
ticle usually kept in a well assorted stock of
goods suited to this market.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes, Hardware, Crockery
Family Groceries, Perfumery, Stationary, sc. Jtc. j
Juno 12 St Fayetteville St,
s. f. phiixips, .
Chapel Hill, N. C.
June fith, 1866.
R. H. BATTLE, JO.,
' Raleigh, N. C.
8ION H. ROGERS,
Raleigh, N. C.
JOS. B. BATCHELOB
Warrenton, N. C.
ROGERS &; BATCHELOR,
ATTORNEYS ', AT LAW,
RALEIGH, If. C.
June 5, 1806. ' . -;
LEWIS P. OLDS,
and Counsellor at Law,
May 18 Sm-paid.
RALEIGH, N C.
4AMBS W. OSBOBKB. . BUTTS BAaRTMOKR.
aSBORNE & BARR1NGER,
! ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, r :
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
April 27, 1866.
A T T O R H E Y ? AT 1 A W ,
(Office at'residence, near tha Deaf and Dumb and
4"""Ti;5yi?tSBBd Aaylwn.-Ti';.- -f
23 2mpd- RALEICH, H CU
jv-.f Insurance Cards, ,;a &e. ,
HAS DECLARED Td ITS f POLICT-HOL-DERS
a eash dividend of forty pT cent.; to ,
be paid at the next settlemehtof their nnm-al pre . '
. miums, with an aniple surplus, sufflcirut to have .
made a dividend of fifty per cent.; bnt the board
of directors' looking to the security of the Com
pany, and to the interests of the assured, deemed "'
this large dividend of forty per cent, ample with '
the assured, and prudent men seeking Lu'elneu
ranee and looking for aecarity, this eoaree should v
be approved. The excess over tho 4Q per cent. ' ,
stands credited to the assared, to be applied on
future dividends. ; -a '-' -v .-'.
f ' Dividends are paid Aanaally, V :
POLICHCS & PREMIUMS NON FORFEITURE. ; '
. - v--;.s --j --,.?,.
Thirty dags grace given in pay menfef premiums,
Uoutagae : Street, mear fssrt, Brastlya,
aad 111 Brsadway, 5. T.
: .. ' PRESIDENT, ' '
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK.
. - - ; s
SKCBBTABT, . ,. .
RICHARD BL HARDING..
.. ." agesi, :; ",
MEDICAL EXAMINER, '
Dr. WM. G. HILL, Raxsioh.
Raleigh, N. C, April 8, 1866. - .
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
RALEIGH, N. C.
F . PESCUD, Amu
is niiPiuBio iBstn
PO L1CIES OF IK8BR AH C K
IN the following Companies, whose combined ,
Capital and Assets amounts to $2,000,000,
viz: . ... .-. .."- "V:. ;'
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., Hartford, Con p.
Atlantic Fire Ins. Co., Brooklyn Ni Y.
Valley of Virginia, Wincnester, Virginia
The aboe Companies are well known as first
class Companies, aud pay their losses promptly.
' For" particulars apply to
Raleigh, N. C, March 9, 186.
rNSURANCE AGAINST FIRE, 5"
PERILS OF INLAND . TRANS-
portation. -: .. . .""-"'.--.
UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY, x"-. '.
Composed of the Germania ' Hanover, JUaMa
and republic Fire Insurance Companies, - New
York. Cmital over $3,000,000. - .
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, & CO.. .
oct 6 tf 10 , ... -? Agents. ;
BECAUSE OF AFFL.CTION AND -AoiSr.
which renders me Incapable -of continuing busi
ness, I now retire from tUe Book trade, leaving
my entire stock and interest in- tbe h"Ua
Messrs. Branson & Farrar, except the publication
of tho N. C. Almanac,' which I trust wiU be
received with the same favor as heretofore.- -.-
In retiring, I return" my sincere thanks for ths
very liberal patronage which the public has .
chosen to bestow upon me during the last half
century the length of time which I have beenr .
engaged in this State and cheerfullyrecommend ;
to mv old friends and patrons, uijr successors,
Messrs. Branson & Farrar, by whom, I am sure,
they will be tsatlsfactorily accommodated. .
Mr H. D. Coley, so well known to the Book
trade' aud to the public, and bo long engaged In
business with me, will be retained as an assistant
in the business of Messrs. Branson fc Farrar. He
invites his old friends bner. .
JEMOVAL. .. '
BRANSON & FARRAR HAVE CONSUM
MATED arrangements to take charge of the en
tire stock of Books owned by Mr. H. 1. Turner,
consisting of valuable English, and American
Law Books, and a great variety of Miscellaneous
stock. They will immediately succeed to the Old
stand on the corner near the State H ouse, occu
pied for thirty-three years past by Mr. Turner,
and known as the North-Carolina Book Store.
This is by far the oldest nnd most populnr book
stand in the City. Mr. Coley, so long Mr. Tur-
n.r rpuresentative. will stiu De iouna a mo
June 14 tf
jl - - c- :- ,-,
HAVE REMOVED TO THE NORTH-CAB-
ItlXJIA. DUUK DIUIC, fciio uu J'"
stand so long kept by Mr. H. D. Turner,. No. 1
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, on the Corner ear
the State House. - - -v: '-1
Mr. H. D. Turner, who, for thirty-three years
i.ne lw.un a l.tfrn nnhllRhpr nnd hAokseller. -
now itires from uctive business, leaving his
entire i-tock in our hands.. .j. ,'t-
Tlie stock consfsts of an extensive selection of .
English and American Law Books, besides a great
variety of School and Miscellaneous Books. , Mr.
vi n rviipv nn lono- Mr. Tomer's rtDresentative.
will still be round at the oio siana. ... . v , .;-
With this valuable addition to our former ex- '
tensive stock, we hope very greatly to enlarge
our usefulness to the trade. . We will use our
best efforts to secure the continued rood will of
our old customers, and those of the North-Carolina
Book Store. . . '
June 14 tf BRANSON; A FARE A R.
ptOPY RIGHT SECURED. . '
"A CALENDAR "fOR THE CHRISTIAN
Era. combining the Julian and Gregorian modes
ot reckoning time, by James Rumlcy, of N..C
The subscriber having copy-rlgntecj inw most
valuable of all the " Calendars ' ever before oners.
eu LO l I1C JJUUlie, will Iv pivjMUKu u . - mjm .
to supply the demand for them to any extent
Many attempts have been made, froia tlipe to
time, to secure a Calendar, by which all. the date .
of the Christian Era could be -accurately, and at
the sanietime readily, found.' These attempts
have heretofore signally failed because the au
thors have sought to condense too much, aud be-'
cause they were really not conversaut with the
subject of which they treated, and which; tby
vainly endeavored to elucidate. -
I claim for the Calendar, now presented, perfect
simplicity of arrangement, combined, with the
most infallible accuracy.- me plan is so smpi
that auy one who can use sofdinsry Almanac, or ,
Counting House Calendar, cannot, tail to see
present or future can b immediately fimnd. Its '
accuracy will bear ti e test of the most rigid scru-,
tiny. I invite critlcleaiatTnd eopfidenMy appeal
to an enlightened public juagmeni lor a iraaa uc
pression of opinio as to its merits .
To Bupply a want long leu, tneautnoraas ap
pended to the Calesdar, under the head of " Ei
planatory Remarks," a succinct but most valua
ble history of the Julian Calendar froi fits time
of Julius Ccesar.andof the astronomical causes
which led to the ehaage mads by Popo Gregory
XIII, in 1583. These notes, alone are worth the
price of the Calendar, . ' .-
. If auy object to the space the ?alen dot occupies,
the objection is answered by tbe reply that any
attempt at ceadensatioa would, be a tacriflce of
simplicity, the fatal rock on which every previous
attempt has been stranded.' r . -
Every professional man, every mechanic and
farmer, all merchants and tradeeioea should sup
ply themselves with copies at once. , Price f L
Agents wanted la every cityand county in tbe
United State., v. - STEPHEN D. POOL,
- jane 5 6t . -.1 '-' Goldsboro, N.C.
Street; 'Raleigh , ' N. C. ,
"STEWARTS EXTENSION XQPjl
: "... "QUEEN OF THE SOUTH,"
i WESTERS EXPIftE C00KIS6 STOTEST.-
april 10 10-tf
) WIUaHabt & Lswi
FISH .1 FISH I
200 BARRELS CUT HERRINGS :
JOO'. ,,; -:-oa -I x ".
20 half barrels Roe -10
barrels prie mess Baad, ' -
20 barrels Jos. t apd ? Mackerel all sew
catchand in fine order. -1
rfS. , fs WILLIAMSON & CO.
a. P.- WILLIAMSON A CO.
3 iKai-g 13. 1866. ly. , - '