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SUMMARY OF NEWS.
The President oEFered Judge Stanabury
of Ohio, the place of Attorney-General. It
is said that he will decline, on account of ill
health. ",- .' . " . '
The procession-on the 4th in Charleston,
g c., comprised 0.000 persona. -
It is said that Gen. Rosscau intends to
resign to escape the censure of Speaker
Qen. Sherman in a speech recently pre
dicted a warfcin comparison to which the last
would be nothing. N
Judge Bryan, of S. C, has decided that
under the peace proclamation every citizen
is entitled to the benefit of the writ of halxxi
The Tennessee Legislature has adopted
the Constitutional Amendment.
jt i3 stated that satisfactory treaties have
been concluded with the Indians at Fort
Laramie in Nebraska.
gome public-spirited citizens of Phila
delphia have established a free bath-house in
that city for the general benefit.
The Duke de Chartress has not entered
the Italian army, as stated. It will be re
membered that this young gentleman served
in our war, on McClellan's staff.
A brick building in Philadelphia over
two hundred feet long was demolished by
lightning on Saturday.
Boston has furnished more than its full
quota of Bishops for the Episcopal Church.
Kev. Dr. Huntington is the second one taken
the present year. -
A severe shock of an earthquake was
felt at Sacramento and Stockton, California,
at a quarter past ten o'clock Sunday night.
The wife of Major General Jeff. C. Da
vis fell overboard from the Louisville mail
boat lately, and narrowly escaped drowning.
The general sprang in and saved her.
A piratical craft arrived in Galveston
harbor on the 3d instant, wearing the black
fl:ig and carrying six guns on each side.
City officers rowed out to her in a row-boat,
out were fired upon aud forced to retire.
The pirates then steamed away. A United
States gunboat followed some time, but
could not overtake her.
A petition in favor of the alwlition of
capital punishment, and bearing 200,000
signatures, is before the French Senate.
The discussion is, however, deferred until
next year, in order to permit of an examina
tion of the evidence received during an in
quiry made by the English Parliament.
A Milwaukee paper relates a cure for
somnambulism by - a gentleman whose son
was addicted to night-walking. His meth
od consisted in placing a pail of cold water
over the door of the child's bedroom in such
a manner that when the door opened the
somnambulist received its contents over his
head and shoulders. Ten experiments with
this treatment were required, and the boy
is now entirely broken of his habit.
A New York city correspondent says
that the residence of A. T. Stewart, corner
of Thirty fourth street and Filth avenue,
is nearly ready to move into. It eclipses
any private building on the continent, so it
it is said, and will cost, without any furni
News from Montana and Idaho state
that the vigilance committees are active.
A robber and perjurer, named John Trochin,
alias Frenchy, had been bung on Dry Gulch,
in Montana, making the seventh person
hung by them in a short time.
In the case of William Djan, who was
convicted in the Wayne Circuit for illegal
voting, on the ground that he was not a
white man, because, he was adjugeJ to have
one-sixteenth of African blood in his veins,
the Supreme Court of Michigan last Wed
nesday morning rendering a decision to the
effect taut persons with only one-fourth negro
blood should be regarded as white. Tuis
decision is opposed to the received interpre
tation derived from the Southern whites,
that a single drop of negro blood works a
tainture of race.
Some one who has been to see Miss
Augusta J. Evans says: "She lives about
four miles from Mobile, in a modest, unpre
tending cottage; yet evidences of taste aud
refinement are everywhere visible. We were
agreeably disappointed in her appearance
and manners. Sue is easy and cordial in her
manners, with mirth loving disposition, and
entirely devoid of pedantry or ostentation.
We were told by a leading publisher that
she has still unwearied assiduity, aud is now
engaged on a ner novel, w hich will be ready
for publication in the fall."
The duel fought last week, just over the
Mississippi line, was between a young law
yer named Taylor, of Tennessee, and Captain
Alonzo Greenlow, son of W. B. Greealow.
one of the wealthiest and most highly re
spected citizens of Memphis. Taylor was
charged with making - ollensive remarks
about a lady cousin of Greenlow, and on bis
denying it Greenlow slapped him in the face
and called him a liar. Taylor forthwith
challenged him. Greenlow accepted, and
killed him on the first fire. Taylor leaves a
wire and two children. The courts have ad
journed in respect to his memory.
During the war, General Clory, deputy
Uuartermaster General, occupied tue House
at Memphis, Teniu, of a loyal citizen, Mr.
JJuval, tnen residing at Philadelphia. Since
then Duval instituted a suit for rent and re
covered the amount claimed. On the Sheriff
attempting to carry out the order of the
Court, Chry brought in a guard and ordered
then to put him out or kill him. On Satur
day as Clory was leaviug on furlough the
J udge ordered the Sheriff to arrest him : but
lie avoided the posse bv enra'inir uassare
on one boat and leaving on another, taking
oimcu guam wiui mm.
E. Murray & Co.,
Wilmington, N. C.
James T. Murray & Co.,
THE UNDERSIGNED ADOPT THIS METH
OD of informing tiieir trieuds and custom
ers, that Iroia tliis uate, July 2d, tlie style of
the linn will be
E. MURRAY & CO.,
in this City, and
JAMES T. MURRAY & CO.,
in the City of New York.
Our long experience in this City, and that of
James T. Murray
for some time in the City of New York, will en
able us, we conudcntly Oeiieve, to serve tue in
terests of our customers, as well as any other
house; and we respectfully solicit a continuance
ot the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed
upon us; promising that, at all times, our best
a1?" sUaU 0(5 U8ed in behalf of our customers.
All shipments made to oar house, in New
lork., will be insured from point of shipment,
unless otherwise ordered, and forwarded prompt
ly through by our house in this City ; and no
charges will bo made for forwarding, except
those actually paid out.
We have ample warehouse room for produce.
Our Office in this City fa at our old stand,
, . North Water Street, v . ,
-;. , E. MURRAY, . ',
, , JAMES T. MURRAY.
Wilmington, N. C, July 18, 1866. ? 52 lm
.. Wadeeboro' Argus, Wilson North-Caro-nniau,
North-Carolina Standard, and. Sentinel,
Raleigh, Goldsboro' News, Salisbury Banner,
hanotte Democrat, Fayetteville Nwa; Sumter
News, Marion Star, T arboro Southerner, copy
once a week for one month, and send bills to the
Journal office immediately. . - .
Hem asks ps JpRvrt .. Cultuke. In - rela
tion to the management of orchards after
the trees have commenced bearing- there are
certain facts that have been well established
by Karpologists : but are nevertheless sin
gularly neglected - by; many of our North
Carolina Fruitraisers. We will allude, par
ticularly to two important tbingsin the man
agement of Apple, Pear and Peach orchards,
which have been, proved by experience, and
which wo believe none will dispute, but at
the same time are too generally disregarded.
The first in importance is- the necessity of
giving all the land occupied by the tr3s in
the orchard, to the exclusive use of the trees
themselves, and never under any circumstan
ces putting any sort of a crop on the land
giving the whole substance of the soifto the
benefit of the trees after they have once com
menced bearing. And then plowing at least
twice during the growing season between the
trees both ways not closer than three or four
feet to the tree, or othern ise as is too fre
quently the case they are barked by the
swingletree. And the second fact of impor
tance is the absolute necessity of allowing
hogs, a sow and her pigs, or a number of
half grown shoats, the free run of the orch
ard. The hogs will devour the fruit that
falls from the effect of insects during the
Summer, and the fruit being speedily de
voured, the worms, the larvae of the psilla
and curculio, will have no chance to escape
in the ground, and come out in the early
Spring succeeding, to deposit their eggs for
the new progeny of insects to destroy the
fruit the next season. All the farmers, who
have practiced turning hogs into orchards
admit that the fruit grown the next year is
much finer and larger and more free from
insects, than when no hogs are allowed to run
in the orchard. If crops of any kind should,
be cultivated in the orchard, of course no
hogs can be turned in and the insects increase
year after year until there is little fruit raised,
that little very inferior, or asis not infrequent
ly the case the trees become diseased,stop bear
ing and soon perish, and all the trouble and
expense the farmer has been at for years, is
altogether lost. The trees never will flourish
but a very few years if the land is cultivated
in any thing, save the trees themselves after
they have commenced bearing. These sim
ple and plain facts are worthy the attention
of all those who desire to raise fruit, for
without paying respect to them, for the fore
going reasons, fruit cannot be grown.
People who have cut their wise te.ctli, use
the Sozodont, and all who do, are willing to
declare to all who don't use it, that it is the
most perfect and delightful thing for the teeth
they ever dipped a brush into.
We inform our correspondent, that " the
Sage of Samos'" was the old Greek Philoso
Reports received at the Treasury De
partment state that Southern States are at
present flooded with counterfeit United
States notes, national bank notes, and frac
tional currency of every denomination.
Died, at the Gulf, Chatham county, N. C, on
the 21st of June, 1S66, Mrs. Mary Jane Hooker,
wife of Jos. C. Hooker, Esq., and daughter of
Brooks Harris, Esq., in the thirty-third year of
her age leaving a husband and four childreu to
mourn their irreparable loss.
In all the relations of life, Mrs. Hooker's char
acter was exemplary as a daughter, she was
obedient as a wife, gentle and loving as a
mother, firm and kind as a friend, warm and
devoted. The disease which removed her to a
brighter world, was a rapid consumption. It did
not find her unprepared for the great change.
As in health, the precepts of religion had been
her guide, so in the hour of weakness, its conso
lations were her comfort and support. As life
ebbed away, her faith burned brighter and her
love became stronger, until all fear was cast
away, and she was enabled to rest with unwaver
ing confidence upon the promises of her heaven
ly Master, aud willingly and cheerfully resisjn
into His keeping the children of her affection,
and gladly depart and be with Christ. S.
LOST, ABOUT THE 23d OF SEPTEMBER,
a note on WILLIAM POWELL, Jk, lor 1IT
55, payable to me as Administrator ot" WIL
LIAM POWELL. Sk.
I hereby forewarn all persons for trading for
said note, as it belongs to me.
July 21, 1866. 53 3t-w-pd
gAW MILL FOR SALE.
I WOULD SELL A MULET SAW MILL,
and fixtures all new, complete, and in good
It can be seen in successful operation at my
residence, 2J miles west from Forestville.
Should it be desirable, I will give four months'
time on the purchase money, which will enable
the purchaser to pay for it easily.
JOHN M. CRENSHAW.
Forestville, N. C, July 21, 1866 53-w2t
Ayer's Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Agne,
Remittent Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache or Bilious
Headache, and Bilious Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of Diseases origin
nating in biliary Derangement, caused
by the malaria of miasmatic countries.
TREVES. AND AGITF.
AS is not the only con
sequence of the mias
matic poison. A great
variety oi disorders arise
irom its irritation, in
the malarious districts,
among which are
Gout, "Headache, Blind
ness, looth-achc, Ear
ache, Aatarrh, Asthma,
Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hys
terics, rain in tne itowcis, uonc, iraraiysis,
and Derangement of the Stomach,
All of which, when originating in this cause put
on the intermittent type, or oecome periodical.
This "Core" expels the poison from the blood
and thus cures them all alike. It is not only the
most effectual remedy ever discovered for this
class of complaints, but it is the cheapest and
moreover is perfectly safe. No harm can arise
from its use, and the patient when cured is left
as healthy as if he had never had the disease.
Can this be said of any other cure for Chills and
fever? it is true ot this, ana its importance to
those afflicted with the complaint cai not be over
estimntcd. so sure it is to cure tue fever ana
Ague, that it may be truthfully said to be a cer
tain remedy. One uealer complains that it is
not a good medicine to sell, because one bottle
cures a whole neighborhood.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayeb & Co., Lowell.
Mass., and sold by Williams & Haywood, and P.
F. Pescud, Raleigh, N. C, and by deolers every
where, juiy tKi-tw-in
Standard Office, Raleigh, N. C,
July 18, 18(36.
rpo ANTIQUARIANS, LIBRARIANS,
JL BIBLI01OL.ISTS, AND OTHERS :
A BOUND FILE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA
CHRONICLE, published at Philadelphia, 1767,
RIVINGTONS NEW-YORK GAZETEER, pub
lished in New-York, 1773, 1774, 1775, and 1776.
and other rnre old Revolutionary and Colonial
papers, published in New-York and elsewhere,
has been deposited at this office for sale.
These papers contain the news, political, mili
tary, domestic and foreign of those days, together
with oriirinal communications from Drose writers
and poetical contributors.
The proceedings of the Continental Congress,
which adopted the Declaration of Independence,
and the proceedings of State Legislatures, Con
ventions, fcc, are all given as they occurred at
This is a most rare and valuable file. Persons
desiring to purchase .can call and examine it, or
If tbev live at a distance, address us by letter on
the subject. .-
.-: -' J7: . JProceedinja of Congress. V-. '
Washington, July 19. The Senate passed
a bill, to-day, appropriating $30,000 to the
Portland sufferers. ;. ' ,
In the house the resolution to adjourn on
the twenty-fifth, was laid on the table. ' .
The bill - to fund the national debt was
taken up nnd an amendment adopted 'pro
hibiting the depositing of money in national
bunks where there is U. S. depository. The
bill, as amended, was passed. It provides
for the payment of $180,000,000 annually on
the principal and interest of the debt. An
other proviso authorizes the excess of gold
to be sold for U. S. notes in open market,
when the sum in the treasury is above 50,
000,000. Mr. Trumbull offered a joint resolution re
cognizing Tennessee as a State, and, as such,
entitled to all her guarantees and rights.
Ordered to be printed.
Mr. Stevens offered a resolution, the Senate
concurring, that, when Congress adjourn, it
adjourns to meet on Saturday, December 1st,
unless sooner called together, which power,
in case of emergency, is hereby granted to
the presiding officers of both houses. Some
objection being made to considering the re
solution now, Stevens withdrew it, but gave
notice that he should offer it to-morrow.
Mr. Bingham called-up the joint resolu
tion, offered some months ago, providing for
the admission of Tennessee into the Union.
Stevens opposed by a motion to lay on the
Mr. Bingham offered a substitute to at
once restore the State to its former relations
to the general government. Pending the
discussion of the subject the house adjourned.
This new-born zeal was superinduced by the
reception of a telegram from Governor
Brownlow that the house of representatives
had ratified the constitutional amendment
by a vote of 43 against 11.
From New York .The Appointment of
Gov. Ho 1 den.
New York, July 19. A Convention of
Fire Insurance Presidents was held to-day,
representing a larger number of States and
thirty millions capital.
A resolutiou was adopted looking to a
reasonable advanec in tlie rate of Insurance
nnd the formation of a national board of un
derwriters. Notwithstanding the great number of
deaths in this city, yesterday, there were only
eight deaths from cholera. x
The Iusurance Convention agreed to ad
vance rates ten per cent.
The Havana board of health hasestablish
ed a quarantine of five days upon all vessels
arriving from the Uuited States. Even those
with clean bills of health will be quarantined
It is understood that Ex-Governor Holden
of N". C, will be rejected as minister to San
Salvador on the ground of his participation
in the rebellion.
If the above be well-founded, it simply
means that the rejection is because the person
nominated had taken the oath in 1846 to
support the federal Constitution, and after
wards " enwajjeil in the rebellion." Senators
who had voted for the proposed amendment
to the Constitution, called the Howard
amendment, did not feel that they could vote
consistently for a person banned by that
amendment. We leave out of view the fact
that any person nominated lor office by the
President, is more or less unacceptable to a
portion of the Senate on that account just
as the Provisional Governors appointed by
the President are unpopular with certain
persons in the South, because they repre
sented the government which these persons
do not respect or like. Standard.
Democratic Gatheriug in Pennsylvania.
Reading, Pa., July 19. The democrats
heiu a great meeting uere, yesterday, which
was auuresseil by Montgomery Blair, Geo. II
I'enuieton, and others.
Mr. Blair predicted that should the radi
cals carry the October elections, the result
would be the establishment of two presidents
and two congresses, for the radicals would
then impeach president Johnson and turn
him out, while, on the other hand, the dem
ocratic members ot congress would unite
with the regularly elected members from the
6outii. lie also warned them that they were
on the eve of another civil war, the battle
Held of which would be in the north, while
the south would remain a unit.
The extreme Heat in New York City
New York, July 20th., 2 P. M. The King
of terrors is sending his direful shafts at a
rapid and alarming rate among our inhabi
tants. There were four hundred and twen
ty deaths from Sunday to Wednesday, in
It is believed there are many cases of chol
era in private families that are nvt reported.
New York Markets.
New York, July 19. Cotton steady and
unchanged sales of 2,000 bales.
Sixes of 1SG3, 1.09 ; 5-20's of 1802, 1.05 J;
5-20's of 1861, 1.05 J. Gold 50.
Flour declining southern $15 75.
Pork heavy at $31 25.
Sugar steady at Hal 3c.
Coffee closed buoyant.
Turpentine dull at 68a70. Rosin heavy at
$2 oUa SO.
New York, July 20th, p. m. Cotton
firm and unchanged. Sterling dull : Siyht
10J ; Coupons 1868, 1 24; ditto 1862, 1 06f;
ditto 1865, 1 05. Ten forties 98$. Treasury
notes 103. Gold loOJ.
Works of Nature. In a state of health the
ntestinal canal may be compared to a river
whose waters llow over the adjoining land, thro'
the channels nature or art has made, and im
prove their qualities ; so long as it runs on
smoothly the channels are kept pure and healthy ;
if the course of the river is stopped, then the
water in the canals is no longer pure, but soon
becomes stagnant. There is but one law of cir
culation in nature. When there is a superabun
dance of buraorial fluid in the intestinal tubes,
and costiveness takes place, it flows black into
the blood vessels, and infiltrates itself into the
circulation. To establish the free course of the
river, we must remove the obstructions which
stop its free course, and those of its tributary
streams. With the body, follow the same natu
ral principle remove the obstructions from the
bowels with Brandreth's Pills, which never
injure, but are always effectual for the perfect
cleansing of the system from foulness or disease.
Remember; never suffer a drop of blood to be ta
ken from you. Evacuate th umors as often
and us long as they are der nged, or as long as
you are sick'.
See that B. BRANDRETH is in white letters
cn the Government stamp.
Sold by all Druggists.
July 8, J866. 46-lm
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, an Es
say of Warning and Instruction for Young Men,
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the
vital powers, . with sure means of relief.;- Sent
free of charge in sealed letter envelopes- , ,
. Address Dr. J.; J3KILLIN HOUGHTON,.
. Howard Association, Philadelphia Pa. -.
may 1, 186U.y r : . - vv lTPiV
Drj Goods &ci
W. H.H. TUCKKa.
R. S. T0CR -V THADDCUS MoQKC
W. TUCKER & CO.
YyTE H AYE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH
3M. Tlxacldeixs McGee,
late of the firm of McGEE & WILLIAMS. "
The business will be hereafter conducted under
the style and firm of
W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
We solicit for the new firm a continuance, and
n increase of the patronage so liberally extended
to the old firms. And with the experience of
each member of the firm in the mercantile busi
ness, and intimate acquaintance with the people
or this section of the State, and the energy and
perseverance which will be thrown luto the busi
ness, together with
The Known Reasonableness
OUR r I I C E s ,
The Cost and Quality of the Goods,
We flatter ourselves thatuccess will follow
our efforts. Oar thanks are hereby tendered to
a liberal public.
W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
Raleigh, July 10, 1866. 48 tf
Kellogg, Wheeler & Co.,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTEN
tion to their new stock of
SPRING & SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Ladies Trimmed Hats.
Bonnets. Shawls. Balmorals.
Hoop Skirts, White Goods.
&c &., St.
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Jeans, Tweeds and Satinets.
Sugar, Coffee and Tea.
Bourbon Whiskey, French Brandy
and Holland Gin.
Raleigh, N. C. March 20, 18C6 1 tf.
JAS. L. HATHAWAY W UTXEY.
(FOUMERLY HATHAWAY CO., IMPOKTEB3 OF MO
LASSES AND SUGAH, WII.MINGYON. N. C.)
SHIPPING AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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 npon 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 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 full prices for our friends
who will favor us with their consirnmentB.
JAS. L. HATHAWAY,
WM. R. UTLEY.
February 19, 1800 m.
J. E. 651.DICT & Co.,
Condict, Jennings & Co.,
SADDLERY, HARNESS, LEATHER,
t&C, &c, t&C,
Nos. 53 4c 57, White St., New York.
JENNINGS, THOMLINS.ON & CO.
april 21 15 Cm. " Charleston, S. C.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED ASSISTANT
Assessor of EXCISE TAXES by the United
States Government for the third division of the
fourth collection District of North-Carolina,
comprising the City of Raleigh, and that, part of
wake county lying outu oi tne in. v;. rumroaa,
I will attend at the following places, at the times
iudicated, for the purpose of receiving returns of
income lor the year ltw-i, auu UAuaiAuro,
GOLD, WATCHES, PIANOS, &c, held on the
1st day ot May, isot.
Also, returns from Manufacturers, Bauks, &c.
beginning with the month of March, 1806, and
applications for Licenses from or after the first
- i to;! . . . . xi.... ioa?
Raleiqu, (Court House,) Monday, July 30th.
Banks', Monday, August 0th.
Barney Jones, Wednesday, August 8th.
Holly Springs, Friday, August 10th.
Lashley's X Roads, Monday, August 13th.
Green Level, Wednesday, August 15th.
Joel Jones', Friday, August 17th.
Franklin's, Monday, August 21st.
JOHN R. HARRISON,
July 17, I860 51 2w
J3f Sentind copy.
WILL BE SOLD, AT PUBLIC AUC
AVilnxingrton, IV. C,
On Thursday, July 20, 1866,
A Lot of
Consisting, in part, of
TOOLS, CHAINS, ROPE, GRAIN
SACKS, SINGLE-TREES, WAGON
BOWS, &c, &c.
ON SAME DATE WILL BE SOLD A LOT OF
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS t
Sale to commence at
ft? o'clock, A. M.
Terms : CASH, IN U.'s. CURRENCY.
J. D. STUBBS,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and Ch'f Q. M.
Mil. Cum'd of North-Carolina.
July 17, I860. 51 td
LOWS I PLOWS 1 1 PLOWS J! I
25 Two-horse Livingston County Plows, No.
1 and 2.
50 One-horse Plows, No. ll. :
SO " " No 0. -
SO No. 60.
These PLOWS are nut no bv ourselves. The
castings are made of the best New Iron.
They are stocked with the BEST SEASONED
WHITE-OAK LUMBER, and we warrant them
ALL. B. P. VVILLIAMSON & CO.
Raleigh, July 19, 1866. " 53 tf
BrictMachine. The National Brick Ma
chine, a Clay Tempeiuxo Machine, and makes,
with only two horse power, 80,000 Splendid
Bricks per day, with well defined edges and uni
form lengths. , If the Machine does not perform
what we claim , for it. we will take it back and
refund the money. . Unusual inducements offered
o purchasers of territorial rights. Address ,
I - . v- ABRAM1 REQUA, Gen. Agent, i
, jjmftia--lm. ;..t Vf l&L Broadway, N. XV
Clothing Dry Goods, &c
CARHAHT, - WHITFORD &v Cov
r MANUFACTURERS f v V -
' WHOLESALE DEALERS I2T ;l
R EADY -MA D E CL0 THING,
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING,
55, 57 59 and 61 Hudson,
. Near Duane Street, New York.
W. H. WU1TFOSD,
T. F. CARHABT,
, J. B. TAN WIOENIH,
A. T. HAMILTON.
Office of Payan & Carhart in liquidation.
June 5, 1866. 83 6m
NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT!
GRIFFITH & McDONALD?
RALEIGH, N. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED . HAVE OPENED A
CUTTING IAD TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
Up Stairs, Near the Tarkorouga Ilomse,
Where they intend carrying on the
Cutting and Tailoring Business
in all its branches,
AT LOW PRICES.
Mr. GRIFFITH, late with Mr. Farriss, wil
have control of the CUTTING DEPARTMENT.
His well known taste as a skilllul Cutter through
out the State and the South will guarantee satis
faction to the most fastidious. -
Gentlemen procuring their own Goods and
Materials may rely upon having them cut in the
Latest Styles, and at Lowest Rates.
GARMENTS of every kind FOR CHILDREN
cut to order on accommodating terms.
We respectfully solicit a share of patronage,
promising to give entire satisfaction in every par
ticular. GRIFFITH & McDONALD,
may 5 3m. Opposite new Post Ofllce.
O. 44, FAYETTEVILLE ST.,
KAL-JitUM, JN. U.
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,
Kerosine Oil, White Lead and other Paints, Spirits
Turpentine and Linseed Oil, Window Glass lrom
8 x 10 to 30 x SO, Pntty ; an extensive stock ol
Builders Materials, Locks and Nails,
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-tfr HART & LEWIS.
MR. L. H. KELLOGG HAVING RETIRED
from our firm, tl e business will hereafter be con
ducted in the name of EDWARD WHEELER
& CO. We hereby teuder our thanks to the citi
zens of Ralefgh and vicinitv for past patronage.
KELLOGG," WHEELER & CO.
RESS GOODS, CALICOES, &C.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AN ENTIRE
new stock, embracing Grenadines, Muslins, Ging
hams, fcc. AIpo, 3,000 yards Calicoes, of the la
test stylos, all of which we will sell cheap. Call
early and secure bargains.
may 22 28 tt. EDWARD WHEELER & CO
3IXJTCIIIOIV & Co.
188, Front Street,
WILLIAMS & MURCHISON,
Wilmington, N. C.
T ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE
JL sale of Cotton, Naval Stores, and
Country Produce generally.
All consignments intended tor our New York
house are covered by insurance from the point of
shipment, and will De forwarded through nil
mington free of commissions.
All orders will receive prompt attention.
J NO. D. WILLIAMS, K. M. MURCHISON
GEO. W. WILLIAMS. D. R. MURCHISON
July 7, 1866. 47 lm
Grocer and Commission Merchant, for all kinds
ol Produce and other Goods.
Special attention given to the sale of Flour,
Racon and Lard.
Consignments solicited at Old Stand 4th door
North side Hargett street Raleigh, N. C.
augll tf 8.
"YyHEAT ! WHEAT ! ! WHEAT 1 ! I
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 400 BUSHELS
prime white or red Wheat.
B. W. WILLIAMSON & CO.
Raleigh, July 7, 1866. 47 tf
TEW FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
SHOP IN CHARLOTTE, N. C.
3r. jIartin & Co,,
Having removed their works from 8TOWES
VILLE, "Gaston County, to CHARLOTTE, re
spectfully inform their old patrons and the pub
lic generally that they have opened a
Foundry and Machine Shop,
At the old Navy Yard lot, in the City of Char
lotte, where they are prepared to make all
For Steam Engines, Mills, Factories, Water
wheels, Cane Mills, Farming Implements, fec.
Particular attention will be paid to repairing of
All work shall be done in the very nicest style,
and the best material used.
July 3, 1866 46-tf
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS AND
Stockholders of the Union Manufacturing
Company, the Machinery of that establish
ment is now offered at private sale.
The Machinery consists of 21 Looms, 1056
Spindles, 2 Lappers, 12 30-inch Cards, and all
other fixtures and appurtenances necessary for
FIRST-CLASS COTTON FACTORY.
From those who may desire to purchase the
above Machinery, I will entertain propositions
for the purchase of the
in connection with the Factory, consisting of one
hundred acres, with all necessary buildings for
Operatives, Store House, Grist Mills, Carding
Any one desiring further information on the
subject will please address the undersigned, or
call on the premises. J. T. BOSTIC.
July 7, 1866. 47 2w
NORTH STATE IRON AND BRASS
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES OF
a competent person, we are now prepared
to gum Saws in the best style, and on moderate
We. are also prepared to furnish all kinds of
Castings, and repair Mill Irons,
Orders Bent to ns will meet with prompt at
tention. ' B. P. WILLIAMSON fc CO.
Raleigh, June 30, I860. 45-tf v
A LARGE 10 USE. SUITABLE FOR A
large Boarding House, i If desired the Furniture
can also be rented or bought, ' ..
-There is a good well of Water, and an excellent
..garden on the premises. Apply at-
juaeia-St , : .. . -THIS OFFICE.
EXCHANGE OF N C." BONDS. -
v STATE OF N. C, TREA8URY DEP'T.,
V - - i - Raleigh. June 27. 1806. -
' Under the authority of an ordinance of the
Convention, ratlticd June Ifitli, 1806, sealed pro
posals will be received by the undersigned until
the first day of November, 1866, for the exchange
of the nrincinal of anv bonds issued by the State,
nrior to the 20th Mav. 1861, for certificates of
stock and other Interests held by the State in
various corporations. The principal of these
Stocks in the following Companies :
North-Curolina Railroad Company, 3,000,000
Raleigh is. Gaston Railroad Company. $ 683,500
Atlantic & N. C. Railroad Company, 1,066,000
Western N. C. Railroad Company, $1,418,000
Albemarle & Chesapeake Caual Co., 8 850,000
2nd. Bonds, secured by mortgages oa the en
tire property of the lollowing corporations:
Wilmington, Charlotte & Kumenoru
Railroad Comnanv. $2,000,000
Wi-stern Coalfield Railroad Company, $ 600,000
Atlantic & North-Carolina R. R. Co., $181,164 88
The interest acauircd bv the purchaser of the
stock of any corporation will not be greater than
that of the holders of the like amouut of the gen
eral stock of the same corporation.
The stocks belonging to the Literary Fund, e.
g. the stock in the Wilmington & Weldou, and
Wilmington & Manchester Railroad Companies,
and in various banks, are not included in this
Bids at less than the par value of the stocks or
other interests will not be entertained. Any
premium realized will be applied in payment of
past due coupons oi tne Donas aenvercu m ex
Copies of the law authorizing the exchange and
more detailed lists of the stocks, &c, will be for
warded by the undersigned to applicants.
It is made my duty to accept those terms
deemed most advantageous to the State, and the
outiou of rcjectinc auy or all bids is reserved
t.pirD n DiTTIf
June 80 45-wts Public Treasurer.
WHISKEY 1 WHISKEY !
10 BARRELS CORN WHIBK1SX, UD IrUWi
quality, which we will sell low.
i - c -a -a wtt T r a XT onw .e. ro
JUUe m Ll. U. A 11 A I i utii UVii m
TO STOVE DEALERS.
A NEW COOKING STOVE.
WE ARE DESIROUS CF INTRODUCING
in this section our celebrated
Home Comfort Stove.
This is a 6trictly first class Cooking Stove. The
Joints, Doors and Dampers are ao niecly fitted as
to make it perfectly tight. The Doors, Bottom
and Back are lined with Tin, thus rctainiug the
heat in the oven and requiring very litue luei.
It is made both with or without Reservoirs and
Closets. It contains more of durability, dispatch,
convenience, economy and beauty than any other
It has an immense sale throughout the North
and meets 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 excellent and popular Stove will please
address us at once. We give to Agents the ex
clusive sale. ' ,
MORRISON & CALWELL,
June 5 tf Troy, N Y.
jgRANSON & FARRAR
HAVE REMOVED TO THE NORTH-CAROLINA
Book Store, the old and popular Book
stand so long kept by Mr. H. D. Turner, No. 1
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, on the Corner near
the State House.
Mr. H. D. Turner, who, for thirty-three years
post, has been a large publisher and bookseller,
now "-etires from active business, leaving his
entire ntock in our hands.
The stock consists of an extensive selection of
Enplish and American Law Books, besides a great
variety of School and Miscellaneous Books. Mr.
H. D. Coley, so long Mr. Turner's representative,
will still he found at the old stand.
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 good will of
our old customers, and those ot the JSortn-caro-lina
June 14 tf BRANSON & FARRAR.
HART & LEWIS,
44 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C,
" STEWART'S EXTENSION TOP,"
"QUEEN OF THE SOUTH,"
" WESTERS EMPIRE ' COOKING STOVES.
april 10 10-tf With Hart fc Lewis.
RALEIGH, N. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS LARGE AND SMALL,
Elain an.i colored, Ferreotypes, Ambrotypes,
arte devisites; also, that new and beautiful
style of picture colled Albatypes, all executed
in the very best style of the art. I am also pre
pared to make Photographs views, buildings, &c.,
at short notice. A call is solicited,
may 22, 1866 28 ly. J. W. WATSON.
JpOR SALE I
10,000 lbs. OLD STEEL, IN LOTS TO
suit Farmers for Plantation work, as cheap, or
eheaper, than Iron, and much better.
Apply to J. C. R. LITTLE,
april 10 tf. SuperintendetU . t O. Jt. JL Co.
OR SALE 1
1,000 BARRELS "WHITE FLINT CORN,
1,000 " N. C. Cut Herrings,
250 " Family Roe Herrings, (in barrels
10,000 pounds N. C. cured Bacon.
Apply to M. McMAHON,
nne 2 tf. Halifax, N. C.
W. PCXLIAM. W. H. JONES. GEO. W 8WEPSON.
PULLIAitl, JONES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
TJTAVE IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
which is offered at the lowest cash prices. They
respectfully solicit orders from the Merchants of
PULLIAM, JONES & CO.
Raleigh, May 1, 1866. 20 tf.
LEWIS P. OLDS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
May 18-Sm-paid. RALEIGH, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED I
At No. 44, Fayetteville Street:
Plain and Plated Castoi
Painted and Ornamented Toilet Sets.
Fire Proof Tea Pots.
Handsome Tea Trays.
J. BROWN, wLh
Raleigh, april 28 tf. HART & LEWIS.
BION H. ROGERS,
JOS. B. BATCHBLOK
Warrenton, N. C.
Raleigh, N. C.
ROGERS & BATCHELQR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RALEIGH, N. C.
jnne 5, 1866. S4-3m
HAVING QUALIFIED AT MAY TERM,
1861, as Administrator of the estate of the late
WILLIAM O. TODD, deeNL, hereby give notice
to all indebted to said estate t make immediate
payment; and those having; claims against 'the
saia estate, to present mem ror payment wiinin
the time prescribed by law, oj; thiB nopce will be
plead in bar of recovery. -" -
rlV3ErAI, Aatn w. -
July 4, 18G6.-S7-w3w.-pd. :
-yy RAPPING PAPER. ;,, . j 'J
ONE HUNDRED REAMS OF FORES TM ILLS
wrapping paper. A fine article.
vv Bt p WILLIAMSON fe CO.
Raleigh, July 7 W. , 47 tf
. , Schools, $c, , ,
gT. MARY'S SCHOOL, Raleigh, N. C.
Right Rev. TH08.ATKINS0N, D. D., Visitor.
Rev. ALDERT SMEDES,- D. D Rector.
Rev. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M. Assistant.
The forty-ninth term : will commence on tha
17th July, and continue until the Flh December.
- For a circular, apply to the Rector.
Jnne 12. 1866. , 87 tf
gCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. . -
MRS. LACY PROPOSES TO OPEN A School
for Young Ladles on the 16th of July, at her resi
dence, north of the Institution for Deaf and
Dumb. Competent teachers have been procured
in the different departments of study.
Instruction will be given in the usual English
Branches, Mathematics, Mental and Moral Philos
ophy, Natural Sciences, Ancient and Modern
Languages, and Music on the Piano. "' -
Tuition per session of twenty weeks $30 00.
Payable In currency, half In advance. Music and
Model n Languages extra.
June 23d. 42
gCHOOL FOR BOYS. .
Rev. Dr. LACY. ' Principal'
Rev. Wk. S. LACY. AtxUdamt.
The exercises of this School will be resumed at
the rooms before occupied, on 12th July, 1866. .
Every effort will bo made to prepare boy
thoroughly for college or business. '.
Session twenty weeks. Tuition half In ad
Vflnce. Tprmo oa liminrAM
Jnne 23d. . . " 7 r At
VV FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Warrenton, N. C.
THE NEXT SESSION COMMENCES Jaly
25th, and continues twenty weeks.
Charges per Session In U. 8. currency, half In
advance. For - .
Board, including Washing, $75
Tuition ia English, 25
And other branches at the same reduced rates.
Located in a Town noted for health and re
finement, furnished with every means
of comfort and instruction, with ed
ucated and experienced Teachers
.u ctuijr ucuriiueni., xms
Institution offers 8UPE-
I3T For Cirpnlnm nririn... '
R. W. JONES, Principal,
Or Mas. M. J. Wilcox,
Warrenton, N. C.
July 10, 1806. 48 lm
QOLDSBORO' FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE FALL SESSION WILL BEGIN ON
IfAnitavllijiAtli . 1 . i . .
u viu v. August, miju cunuiiue iwenij
Board $4 per week in eurrency. Tuition from
12 lo f20. Extras equally moderate. Instruc
tion thorough. Government mild and parental.
For further information address, - -
. Rev. 8. MILTON FROST, A. M.
June 28, 1866. 44 tpd
"IN WARE I
No. 44 Fayetteville Street.
We have a large stock of TIN WARE, of
our own manufacture, for sale, wholesale and
retail. - J. BROWN,
with HART & LEWIS.
Raleigh, May 15, 1866. - 25 tf.
E.VEKAI. TlTISTTVFISSl icpwrv.
THE UNDESIGNED TENDERS HIS SER
VICES to the community nt home and abroad,
a General Business Agent. He will attend
diligently to the collecting of all claims, the set
tling und closing of all accounts, the buying and
Belling of any and every species of property, or
any other business in the State to which nartlps
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 Geokoe W. Mokdkcai, Ho.
Taos. Bragg and Kemp P. Battle.
RUFUS H. PAGE.
Raleigh, June 16th, 1866
JpiSH i FISH ! FISH I
200 BARRELS CUT HERRINGS, k .
20 half barrels Koe
10 barrels prime mess Shad, '
20 J barrels Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel all w
catch and in fine order. .. .
june 2 tf. B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
JpiNE OLD WINE I
40 GALLONS OLD AND DELICIOUS SCUP
PERNONG Wine by the gallon,
june 2 tf. B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
PLANTERS, ATTENTION I
I AM CONSTANTLY NEGOTIATING
sales of and Mortgages npon Southern .
1? on I P.lof.
A large amount of
NORTHERN CAPITAL '
Is now seeking opportunity for
I AM EMPOWERED TO PURCHASE
40,000 ACRES OF COTTON
LANDS IN THE GULF
PLANTERS AND OTHERS, . ,
wishing to sell, mortgage, or take partner tn
working their lands, are invited to apply to
me at once.
D. J. M. A.( JEWETT.
46 Washington, Street,
A. F. Devebecx & Co.,
Edmund Rice, Esq.,
WlT.I.IAM L. PALMEBy E8Q., V-v
- Salem, Masa
CAPT. J. B. G RIGOR T, " :
Gen. William 4Oim&txajx .
' Troy, N. T.
Duplet C. Channeix Esa,
Charles C Fillet, i T' V J
13?- CHARGES MODERATE.
All Letters mn.s$ enclose a. Stamp.
July 14, 1866. . - ' 50 tw-6m
LEMONS-1 LEMONS ! I LEMONS lit
0 BOXES MESSINA LEMONS, ' FRESH
and in good order. . Just received, mat
will be sold low to' close consignment:
B. P. WILLIAMSON A CO.
Raleigh, June 29, 1866. 45tf. ...
yOUNG STALLIOIL v -
a i . v.. . . rii f ..T. .
jx. luio Yuuuir run. DronB v
Apply to ' B. P. ' WILLIAMSON A. CO.
Juno SO, 1860. 45-tf . . -
C. B. THOMAS, - ; V
AjTTQRNE Y AT'ATJf,
, " V NEWBERN, N. C.
IST" Offiee t Comer of Middle and.' New
' : ; " Streets. .3 -
: ; July 1V1866. ; 1 ' :-- . BO-4m .
JLOURT FLOUR I. FLOUR!
60 BBLS. CHOICE nTcV FAMILY FLOUR
100 bbls. Superfine and Extra Superfine Flour,
25 bbls. very best Baltimore Family and Extra
Junaa tl. . Bl P. WILLIAMSON & QQt