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dition of proving that Congress will protect
their lives, liberty and property.
The loyal people of the entire .South most
sincerely praVthat Congress will immediate
ly Kran negro and colored
and rebel disfWmch.senienr, One
God? a loyal people, and one undivided
13 The Late Rebel States : By their at
tempts to destroy the Government they for
feited the rights conferred by it, and cannot
claim the positions and privileges of the loy
al States. Let their traitorous inhabitants
take back seats or do without seats.
Responded to by three cheers.
Legislature of North-Carolina.
Thursday, Dec, 6.
Prayer by Rev. Dr. Mason.
The journal of yesterday was read and ap-
MrCunninghaui, from the committee on
proposition and grievances, reported on a
bill to allow the mayor and commissioners
to issue bonds, with on amendment, recom
mending its passage.
Mr. Gash ironi the committee to whom
was referred that part of the Governor's mes
sage relating to a penitentiary, reported fav
orably. Mr. Leach, from the committee on federal
relations reported against the ratification of
the Howard Amendment.
Mr. P. A. Wilson, of Forsythe, dissented
from the report.
Mr. Harris of Rutherford, moved that the
report be printed and made the special order
for next Thursday next.
Mr Love moved to amend to Friday one
Mr. Hall moved to amend to Monday next
Mr. Harris, of Rutherford, stated that he
would be absent and could not vote to-day
but that he would vote for the ratification of
the amendment, if he was present. Believ
ing it to be the best for the State and coun
try. Mr. Hall withdrew his motion.
The amendment of Mr. Love was lost, and
the motion of Mr. Harris of Rutherford car
ried. Mr. Bullock, of Granville, said if he was
present on Thursday next, that he wished it
understood thathevould vote against the
report and resolutions.
A message was received from the House
proposing to go into an election for comp
troller. Messrs Winslow, Burgin and
Cowles, maimed soldiers were put in nomi
nation. Mr. Thornton, a resolution to alter the 12th
Mr. Cunningham asked a leave of absence
which was granted.
Mr. Richardson, to superintend the election
for comptroller, reported 158 votes cast : Mr.
Burgin 62 ; Mr. Brogden GO; Mr. Cowles 30.
A message was received from the House
proposing to go into another election for
comptroller. Agreed to.
Mr. McLeaa a bill to amend the 122d
chapter of the revised code. Referred.
Mr. Koonce, a bill to enable the sheriff's to
Several bills came up on the calendar which
passed their second readings.
Mr. Richardson, to superintend the elec
tion for comptroller, reported whole number
of votes cast 153 ; Mr. Burgiu 62 ; Mr. Brog
den 53; Mr. Cowles 40. No election.
A message was received from the House of
Commons to go forthwith into an election
for comptroller. Agreed to.
Mr. Richardson, to superintend the elec
tion for comptroller, reported 159 votes cast :
Mr. Burgin 70; Mr. Brogden 57; Mr. Cowles
32; Mr. Collins 1. No election.
A message was received from the House
proposing to go forthwith into an election
Ou motion of Mr. Thornton the Senate ad
journed. HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Thursday, Dec. 6tli, 1866.
Mr. Long, of Cabarrus, a memorial from
sundry citizens of Stanly and Union coun
ties asking for relief. Referred.
The committee to superintend the election
of six Councillors of State, reported the elec
tion of Wm. Eaton, Jr., only.
Mr. Davis a bill in favor of Hon. A. S.
A message was received from the Senate
announcing the passage of the following
resolutions, which was read the rules suspen
ded and passed :
Jiesol-cetl, That the Governor be instructed
in order to ascertain the extent of the desti
tution in the several counties of the State,
to open a correspondence with the chairman
of the warden courts in their respective
counties and report the result or such inqui
rytotheehief assistant commissioner of the
Freedmen's bureau in this State.
Hesol-ced., further, That the Governor be
authorized to do all other acts necessary to
carry out the objects contemplated by the
foregoing resolution and that each Countv
shall make provision to pay the expenses up
on sucu supplies as may be secured tor the
benefit of the poor of such counties respec
tively. Mr. Latham of Craven a resolution in rela
tion to the reinterment of Confederate sol
diers from this State.
Mr. Latham of Washington, a bill in rela
tion to working public roads. It provides
that all between the ages of 18 and 45 shall
work on the pnblic roads. I
Mr. Bright, a bill to allow persons convict
ed and nueu lor misdemeanors to work out
costs, etc., on public roads. Referred.
Mr. Davis, an act to amend an act to pre
vent wilful trespass. Referred.
Mr. Guess, a bill to extend the jurisdiction
of justices of the peace, and for other purpo
Mr. Black, a bill to prevent litigation, and
Mr. Everett, a bill entitled dormant judg
Mr. McKay, from the committee, reported
unfavorably to the homestead bills, and fa
vorably to a bill to amend sec. 12, chap.
52 of rev. ode, and a bill to amend sec. 12,
chap. 118, rev. eode, also a bill to include
stamps in the taxation of costs, with amend
ments to title, as also a bill to give married
women I interest in their husbands real es
tate, with amendment to title.
A message was ordered to be sent to the
Senate proposing to go into an election for
Mr. Dargan withdrew the nomination of
Mr. Holderby and nominated Mr. Burgin ot
Mr. Morehead nominated Colonel Wm.
Cowles, of the North Carolina cavalry. He
said that CoL Cowles had added much to
the efficiency of North Carolina cavaly du
ring the war, and was in every way compe
tent to discharge the duties of comptroller.
Mr. Horton seconded Mr. Morehead with
Mr. Patton said that Mr. Burgin was a
wounded soldier, and lost his leg at Malvern
HilL He deserved this office for his sacrifices
in the cause of the State, &.
Mr. Whitfield withdrew the name of Col
Love, because he was unwilling to be in the
way of disabled soldiers although he himself,
said Mr. Whitfield, was a gallant soldier in
the service of North Carolina and fought for
Mr. Mc Nair still supported the claims of
officer gden' wuom he said was a good
Mr. Freeman, of Granville, held that disa
bled soldiers were entitled to the office.
Mr. Smith of Duplin, said that he had ser
ved three years with CoL Cowles in the 1st j
N. C. cavalry and that he was a good soldier,
and a scholar, and would reflect credit on
the State if placed in office. , '
" Mr. Hutchison withdrew the name of Mr.
A ballot was then had with the following
result : whole number of votes cast, 158 ; nec
essarv to a choice, 80: Mr Broeden received
60 ; Mr Burgin, 62 ; Mr. Cowles 86. No elec
tion. BILLS ON 2ND READING.
A bill for the relief of the people.
A bill for providing homesteads.
Also a bill in relation to working public
roads, were laid on the table.
Mr. Russ, a memorial from the colored '
congregation of the baptist church of this .
A second ballot for comptroller was then :
had, with the following result : Whole num- j
ber of votes cast 157 ; necessary to a choice
78 Mr "Rnrorin lwwivml 52 Mr Tirofrrlj.n f
53 ; Mr. Cowles 40.
A third ballot was then had with the fol
lowing result ; Whole number votes, 150 ne
cessary to choice 80 ; Mr Burgin received 70 ;
Mr Brogden 57 ; Mr. Cowles 31, scattering 1.
Mr. Hutchison, by leave, introduced a bill
to empower Mecklengburg county court to
hold extra terms.
KILLS ON THIRD READING.
A bill to enable the western railroad com
pany to complete their road to some point on
the North Carolina railroad.
The bill was rejected, yeas 45, nays 58.
A fourth ballot was then had with the fol
lowing result, the name of Mr. Cowles being
withdrawn: whole number cast 159; neces
sary to a choice, 79 ; Mr. Burgin received 89 ;
Mr. Brogden, 07 ; scattering 1. Mr. Burgiu
Whereupon the house adjourned.
Friday, Dec. 7th.
The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Mr. Cowles asked leave of absence for Mr,
Harris of Rutherford. Granted.
BILLS ON SECOND HEADING.
The bills granting aid to the Coalfield &
Cheraw R. R. Co.
Mr. Jones moved that tne bill be laid on
the table temporarily. Agreed to.
Mr. Gash moved that the bill establishing
a penitentiary, be postponed for the present
and under the special order for Tuesday next
at 12 o'clock. Agreed to.
A bill to authorize certain counties to sub
scribe capital stock to the Coalfield and Che
raw R. R. Co. Passed its second reading.
Mr. Leach, by permission, a bill to incor
porate the North Carolina Dental Associa
tion, prohibiting persons from practicing
dentistry who are not members of the organ
ization. Referred to committee on corpora
tions. Mr. Covington moved that the rules be
suspended and the bill authorizing certain
counties to subscribe capital stock to the
Coalfield and Cheraw Railroad, be put upon
its tniru ana last reading.
The rules were suspended and the bill
passed its third and last reading.
Mr. McRae, moved that the bill regulating
the appointment of magistrates and justices
of the peace, be taken up and considered.
Mr. McRae offered a resolution for the
same, giving the county courts the power of
recommending persons suitable to fill the
places of justices of the peace.
Mr. Moore, moved the reference of the sub
stitute to committee on judiciary.
Mr. Paschal, moved to lay the substitute
on the table.
Upon this question the yeas and nays were
demanded and the substitute was tabled by ,
yeas 24 and nays 14.
A bill to amend an act for the relief ef J
persons as may have suffered from the de
struction of records and for other purp.-5. I
passed its second reading. On motion .it' i
Mr. Cowles, the rules were suspended and
the bill passed its third and last reading.
Mr. Avery, by leave, a bill to amend chap
ter lb ot revised code. Iteterred.
A message was received from the House
proposing to go into an election for five
Councillors of State.
Mr. Wilson added to the nominations the
name of Hon. Thos. S. Ashe.
Mr. Clark, by leave, a bill to enable a
board to establish times for holding superior
courts and other purposes. Referred to the
Mr. Robins asked leave of absence for Mr.
Mr. Wilson asked leave for Mr. Harris, of
A bill to amend the law of evidence, did
not pass its second reading.
A bill authorizing several justices of the
peace to fix the rates of jailor's fees. Passed
its second reading.
The rules were suspended and the bill pas
sed its third and final reading.
A bill to authorize the justices of the coun
ty court of Cumberland to fund the interest
due on bonds of the Western North-Carolina
The amendment proposed by the commit
tee was agreed to.
Mr. McLean moved to strike out " 7 " in
the commitice amendment and insert " 10."
The bill as amended passed Its second
Mr. Love moved to take up the House en
grossed bill to extend the time for the col
lection of taxes in the 2nd congressional dis
trict and certain other counties.
The rules were suspended and the bill con
sidered. Mr. Koonce moved that the county of
Beaufort be included. Carried by yeas 21,
The bill then passed its second reading.
The rules were suspended and the bill put
upon its third and final reading.
Leave of absence were granted Messrs.
Wiggins and Hall.
Leave of absence was granted Major En-
On motion of Mr. Paschal the Senate nd
journed until Hi to-morrow.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Friday, Dec. 7th, 1866.
The use of the Hall was granted to Ex
Gov. Vance to deliver a lecture Saturday
A memorial was presented by Mr. Moore
of Hertford from Jno. H. Wheeler, and was
referred to committee on claims.
Mr. Davis, a resolution instructing com
mittee on Agriculture to inquire whether any
changes are necessary in laws to prevent va
Mr. Jenkins, a bill to charter the Hender
son and Western It. R. Co. Referred.
Mr. Rountree, a bill placing Physicians ac
counts on equality with bonds. Referred.
Mr. Everett, a bill to change and regulate
the fees of county solicitors. Referred.
Mr. Moore of Hertford a bill in aid of true
Literary Fund. Referred.
The loint committee to wait on the Gov
ernor reported that he has fixed on Saturday
the 15th of December for his inauguration.
Mr. Jordon a bill in relation to burvevors.
Mr. McKay from judiciary committee re
ported favorably to bill to amend charter of
Washington Toll Bridge Company, which
was passed its several reading under a sus
pension of the rules.
Mr. Jenkins of Gaston moved to send a
message to the Senate proposing to go into
an election for five Councillors of State. The
House agreed, the Senate concurred, and a
ballot was had.
Mr. Moore of Hertford moved to reconsid
er the bill, defeated yesterday on its 3d read
ings to enable the Western N. C. R. R. Co..
to complete its road to some point on the N.
u. it. k.
Mr. Cowan addressed the House in favor
and was seconded by Mr.
btone of Nash.
The bill was reconsidered, and
aa reading. v -
BILLS ON THIRD READING.
A bill to repeal the 6th section, 48th chap
ter or tne Kevised Code, read and passed.
A bill providing for working public roads
reaa and passed.
A resolution by Mr. Russ that, whereas,
certain persons are interested to misrepresent
tne sentiments ot the people of this State.
mis Legislature representing the people, re
cord in solemn form as the sense of this As
sembly that the representations aforesaid
Jlr. Davis said that he knew of no disloy
alty. 1 hat persecution of Union men was
untrue. Thatpartizan contests would always
arise and men differ. That no one could
blame the people for their preferences. That
if there was a man in this State so base as to
say lier people was disloyal, he would brand
mm as a double traitor. That persons in
terested in misrepresenting North-Carolina
at present, formerly pretended to be good
Confederates. How could the people trust
mem i xi any were disloyal, such men were.
jvir. uavis called tor the yeas and nays.
Mr. Williams of Yancey asked to be excu
sed trom voting. He said that he did not
Know the truth about these things.
The House refused to excuse him.
jur. rawiord of Rowan said that if the
gentleman did not know the truth he could
ten it mm, and call names. There was dis
loyalty in ibis State and he was willing to
say so. W. W. Holden and his colleagues
were disloyal. He was willing to tax the
people, if there was no hell here in North-
caroima tor these men. to build a hell.
Mr. Lyon called him to order, and he took
iiis seat unaer tne ruling ot the speaker.
Mr. Blair moved to lay the resolutions on
me tauie. 1 he House refused as follows :
Yeas. Messsrs. Ashworth, Beasley, Black,
uiair, JJlythe, Garrett, Hinnant, Jenkins, of
Hsion, jenKins, ot Urranville, Jordan, Lyon,
Moore, of Chatham, Morton, Scoggin,
Teague, Vestal, and Williams, of Yancy.
Nays. Messrs. Allen. Autry, Baker. Boyd,
Bowe, Bradsher, Bright, Brown, Bryson,
Carson, Chadwick, Clark, Clemeets, Cowan,
Crawford, of Macon, Crawford, of Rowan,
Dargan, Davis, Davidson, Durham, Everett,
Farrow, Freeman, Galloway, Gambril, Gar
ris, Gorhani, Granberry, Guess, Harding,
Harper, Henderson. Hodnett, Horton, of Wa
tauga, Horton, of Wilkes, Houston. Hutchin
son, Jones, Judkins, Kelsey, Kenan, Kendall,
Latham, of Washington, Lee, Long, Lowe,
Lutterloh, May, McArthur, Mc Clammy, Mc
Gougan, McKay, McNaii, McRae, Moore, of
Hertford, Morehead, Morrissett, Murrill, Neal,
Patton, Perry, of Carteret, Perry, of Wake,
Reinhard, Richardson, Rogers, Rosebro.
Russ, Scott, Shelton, Simpson, Smith, of
Duplin, Smith, of Guilford, Stevenson, Stone,
Sudderth, Trull, Turnbull, Umstei.d, Walker,
Waugh, Westmoreland, Whitley. Williams,
of Harnett, Willliams, of Pitt, Wonible, and
Mr. Blair offered an amendment that those
who inflamed the Southern mind to the late
war were not worthy of confidence.
The amendment was lost.
Mr. Lyon moved to postpone indefinitive
Mr Russ said that he presented this reso
lution and endorsed it. He held that any
man, who misrepresented North-Carolina
was unworthy of respect. He would
vouch for the loyalty of our people. The
men who were attempting to prejudice the
Northern people against us, anil overturn
existing affairs, were like midnight assassins
attempting to rob your houses. He weut on
in that straiu for some time.
Messrs. Lyon, Freeman and others ex
plained the reasons of their vote, when the
ballot was had as follows :
Yeas Messrs. Allen, Autry, Baker, Boyd,
Bowe, Bradsher, Bright, Brown, Bryson,
Carson, Chadwick, Clark, Clements, Cowan,
Crawford of Macon. Crawford of Rowan,
Dargan, Davis, Davidson, Durham, Everett,
Freeman, Galloway, Gain''ril, Garris, Gor
ham, Granberry, Guess, Harding, Harper,
Henderson, Hiunamt, Hodnett, Horton of
Watauga, Horton of Wilkes, Houston,
Hutchison, Jones, Judkins, Kelsey, Kenan,
Kendall, Latham of Washington, Lee, Long,
Lowe, Lut tei lob, May, McArthur, McClam-
my, JlcUcugan, McKav, McNair, McRae.
Moore of Hertford, Morehead, Morton, Mor
rissett, Murrill, Neal, Patton, Perry of Car
teret, .ferry ot Wake, Keinhardt, Kichard
son, Rosebro, Russ, Scott, Shelton, Simpson.
Smith of Duplin, Smith of Guilford, Stone.
Sudderth, Trull, Turnbull, Umstead, Walker,
Waugh, Westmoreland, Whitley, Williams
of Halnett, Williams of Pitt, Woinble and
Nays Messrs. Ashworth, Beasley, Blair.
Blythe, Garrett. Jenkins of Greenville, Jor
dan, Lyon, Moore of Chatham, Scoggin.
Stevenson, Teague, Vestal and Williams 14,
P. S. The word " Union" was inserted in
an amendment on motion of Mr. Lyon.
The Union men were hissed twice during
the proceedings, and the secessionists fre
Mr. N. P. Willis, who has been an invalid
for some years, and who for the past year or
so has been unable to attend to his profess
ional duties, is now lying dangerously ill at
his home. Idlewild, on the Hudson. A letter
written by Mrs. Willis, and dated Novem
ber 29, says: "Mr. Willis fails every day.
He sleeps most ot the time, and continues to
lose strength. I feel that- he may die at any
moment. Mr. Willis was born in Portland
Maine, in 1807, and is consequently in his
Severe Accident. We are pained to
learn, that on yesterday, our friend and coun
tyman, Mr. M. McStevenson, of this county,
had the misfortune to have his hand caught
in his cotton gin, crushing two of his middle
hngers trom his left hand, and severely mu
tilating his hand. He suffered severely. His
physicians were obliged to amputate the two
fingers, and hope his hand and other fingers
will be saved. The operation was performed
by Dr. hi. Burke Haywood, assisted by Dr.
w . ur. mil ana nr. .Banks. Sentinel.
Sale of a Navy-Yard.
Charlotte. N. C. December 4. Maior .T. 1
Johnson, United States Quartermaster, sold the
so-called rebel navy-yard at this place to-day, at
puDiic auction, ior we sum oi m,uw.
A Congressional Delegate for the Dis-.
In the House yesterday, Hon. Mr. Darling, o
new j ors, mirouucea a uui providing tuat on and
auer me nn oi jviarcn next me District ol Colum
bia shall be entitle to a delegate in Congress, en
titled to the same rights and privileges as a dele
gate from any ot the Territories of the United
States, and possessing the same qualifications as
a memDer ot congress, ro be eligible he shall
have resided in the District for five years next
preceaing nis election, ah male citizens over
twenty-one years of age, who shall have resided
In the District one year next preceding- the elec
tion, shall be entitled to vote for delegate, and a
majority ot all the votes cast shall be necessary
to a cnoice. i ne ursi election snail tase place on
the first Tuesday in February, 1867, and subse
quently ou the same day biennially. The bill was
referred to District of Columbia Committee.
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- Rosin. There has been a better feeling in the
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wide for all grades that it is almost impossible to
give any fixed rates. 1038 bbls. were sold as fol
lows : 147 bbls. No. 1 at t4 75a$6 153 do low
No. 1 at $4a$4 50 374 do. No. 2 at 3 25a4 365
do. common at3u$3 12W.
Cotton. The advance reported yesterday was
lost to-day, and 10 bales sold at 29c for middling-.
Spirits Turpentine. Has declined from three to
five and a half cents. Sales of 50 casks at 60c;
and 57 do at 57c.
Tar. 70 bbls. sold at SI 50. A decline of 25c.
Turpentine. Is steady at $450 for virgin and
yellow dip, and $2 25 for bard, with sales of 131
New York Market.
Nfw York, Dec. 5.
Cotton dull, owing to the decline in gold sales
of 1,5000 bales nplands aa$ ; Orleans j$.
Flour more active sales ot 7,300 bbls. Slate
$6,50all,15; Ohio$10al3; Western $7,50all,fc0;
Southern 11.25al6. Wheat more qnietand 6teady.
Corn unchanged. Provisions heavy. Whisky
anlet. Groceries dull and declining. Gold closed
Liverpool. December 4 Evening. The cot
ton market closes qniet at a decline already re
ported to-day. The sales were 8,000 bales.
South Carolina Army Works.
Columbia. S. C. December 8. The United
States Marshal has sold the Greenville State Army
Works at pnblic auction ior iu,ouu, and the Dull
diug is to be used as a cotton factory.
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L.D GUION HOTEL FOR SALE,
By order of the Directors, the property known
as the Guion Hotel situated in the centre of the
city and immediately opposite the Capitol, and
embracing an entire Square, will be sold at auc
tion on the lirst day ol January 1862. $3,000 cash,
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A SITUATION AS TEACHER IN A PRI
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a ladv who has had several years experience in
instructing in the usual English branches, together
with Latin, French and Music.
Twelve or flttcen pupus preierrea.
Address, stating terms. Miss F. M. Jielks, care
of Walter Myrick, Murfreesboro', Hertford Co.,
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Sole Agents, 170. Washington . street, Boston,
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post-
ge, to any part of-the United States.
K. PJiacuu, Ageni,
apt 31 ly Raleigh, N. C.
DISEASES- OF THE ETE AND EAR I
fobmbbly or toxnoir. England,
OCULIST AND AURIST, OPERATOR ON
EYE AND EAR,
Respectfully Informs the citizens of Raleigh, and
vicinity, tuat ne win oe at tne .exenange xiotei
on Saturday, November 24th, and remain until
Thursday, .Novemberzvtn, and again on Saturday,
December 22d, nntil Thursday, the 27th.
After that time monthly, of which dne notiee
will be given.
Office hoars from 9 A. M. It I P. K.
And can be consulted on DEAFNESS, NOISE
IN THE HEAD, CATARRH, DISCHARGES
FROM THE EAR, SCALES IN THE EAR
ACCUMULATION OF WAX IN THE EAR,
OBSTRUCTION OF THE EUSTACHIAN
TUBE, and all Acute or Chronic Diseases of the
EAR and AIR PASSAGES.
Inserted without PAIN, and perfectly resembling
the natural eye. Operations for CATARACT,
STRABISMUS or CROSS EYE. Artificial Pupil.
&c., skillfully performed, and all dis ases of the
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation In Aural and Op
thalmic Surgery, performed by
Principal Office, 84 West Fortieth street. New
J3 For reference, Testimonials, fec, send for
Opinions of the Press.
The Louisville Journal says : " The testimoni
als which Dr. Gardner presents to the public
could never have been obtained, except by the
display of great skill and learning in his profes
sion, une tning especially commenuaDie in tne
Doctor's practice is, that he will not attempt an
incurable disease for the sake of a fee, but trankly
tells the patient whether he can be cured or not
We cheerfully recommend Dr. Gardner to the
attention of all our friends who may be suffering
from diseases ot the eye or ear."
The Richmond Times says : " We have no hes
itation in saying that Dr. Gardner is the most
scientific and successful eye and ear Surgeon in
" Dr. Gardner's treatment of the eye and ear is
wondenul." ttichmond nqutrer.
"We feel justified in recommending Doctor
Gardner to those suffering from diseases of the
eye and ear." Jiichmottd Whig.
" We can safely and cordially recommend Dr.
Gardner, who will fulfill all he undertakes to per
form." Baltinwre Clipper.
The New Orleans True Delta 6ays : " We can
sately recommend Dr. Gardner as a successful
operator on the eye and ear. He will not under
take to treat a case unless a cure can be effected."
The Wheeling liaister says : " Dr. Gardner is
one of most successlul Oculists and Aurists in the
country. We advise those suffering from the dis
eases of the eve and ear to consult him."
Oct. 12, 1866. 8-6m.
REASON WHY THE
Made at WALTTTAM, MASSACHUSETTS,
IS THE BEST.
It is made on the best principle. Its frame is
composed of SOLID PLATES. Nor jar can in
terfere with the harmony of its working and no
sudden shock can damage its machinery. Every
piece is made and finished by machinery (itself
famous for its novelty, as well as for its effective
ness) and is therefore properly made. The watch
is what all mechanism should be ACCURATE,
SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMICAL. Ex
cept some high grades, too costly for general use,
foreign watches are chiefly made by women and
boys. Such watches are composed of several
hundred pieces, screwed and riveted together,
and require constant repairs to keep them in any
kind of order. All persons who have carried
"ancres" "lepines" and "English Patent Le
vers," 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 goob. low priced watch for the mill
ion, to take the place os these foreign imposi
tions ; the refuse of foreign factories, which were
entirely unsaleable at home and perfectly worth
i low well we have accompolishcd this, may be
understood from the fact- that so many years of
public trial, we now make MORE THAN HALF
OF ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THE
UNITED STATES, and that no others have ever
given such universal satisfaction. While this de
partment of our business is continued with in
creased facilities for perfect work, we are at pre
sent engaged in the manufacture of watches of
the very HIGHEST GRADE KNOWN TO
CHRONOMETRY, unequaled by anything hither
to made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by any
thing made in the world. For this purpose we
have the amplest facilities. We have erected an
addition to our main building 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 per
form their work with consummate delicacy and
exactness. The choicest and most approved ma
terials only are used, and we challenge compari
son between this grad! of our work and the finest
imported chronometers. We do not pretend to
sell onr watches for less monet than foreign
watches, but we do assert without fear of contra
diceion that for the same monet our product is
incomparably superior. All our watches, of what
ever grade, are fully warranted, and this warran
tee is good at all times against us or our agents
in all parts of the world.
CAUTION. The public are cautioned to buy
only of responsible dealers. All persons selling
counterfeits will be prosecuted.
ROBBINS & APPLETON,
AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN WATCH
182 BROADWAY, If. Y.
Nov. 17, 1866. 104. 4m.
Hill's Hair Dye 50 Cents. Black or
Brown. Instantaneous, beautiful, durable, re
liable. The best and cheapest in use. Depot
No. 66 John Street, New York. Sold by all Drug,
Patent Medicine, Perfumery and. Fancy Goods
March 13,1886. ly
t3f Marriage and Celibacy, an Essay
of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. .
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate t
vital powers, with sure means of relief. Sent
free of charge in sealed letter envelopes.
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGJTON,
Howard Association, Philac'phla, Pa.
Au. 14, 1860. 63 Sm
Great Trade .
AT AUCTION I
B. P. WILLIAMSON . & CO.,
Aaetloneers and Commission Merchants,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE THAT
their Sixth Trade Sale at Auction will take
place on Tuesday next, December 11th, at their
Store on ivayetteviiiest., at 11 o'clock.
An immense amount of goods of every descrip
tion will on that day be offered for sale, among
which win he lound the loiiowmg, viz :
1,200 pr men women and boys' Shoes.
zu new Baddies, men and dots.
25 new riding Bridles, single and double rein.
sjo Buggy Whips.
2 setts new Buggy Harness.
100 packages of Pius.
25 dozen Brooms.
25 dozen Water-Buckets.
6 dozen Hats.
20 suits Ready-Made Clothes.
2 dozen Ready-Made Panto.
5 dozen Rcadv-Made Shirts.
1,500 lbs. choice P. R. Sugar.
M bbls. M. C. family Koe Kerrings.
25 sacks Liverpool fine Salt.
25 boxes good Chewing: Tobacco.
500 lbs. family Lard, in kegs fe bbls.
1,000 lbs. North Carolina Bacon.
auo bushels prime White Corn.
500 lbs. good sole Leather.
In addition to the foregoing, various other use
ful and valuable articles, will be offered for sale.
The attention of the Trade, and of purchasers
generally, is respectfully invited to this great
saie tne last sale ior law.
Raleigh, Dec. 6th 1866. 112 2t.
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
York, where I purchased a well selected Stock
They are NOW in Store, and ready for inspec
29 Fayetteville Street,
The old Stand of
EVANS Sc COOKE,
The Store recently occupied by
D. C. MURRAY.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Consisting in part of English and French Merino,
DeLaines, Poplins, Alapaccas, Black Silks, fcc.
A large Stock of Calicos, Hoop Skirts, Balmo
ral Skirts, latest styles.
Ladies Shawls, Cloaks, Bonnets, Seasides,
Men's wear of all grades, both as to quality and
Ladies' Shoes comprising every shape and
quality. Shoes for Misses and Children.
The largest and most complete assortment of
Boots and Shoes for Men, Youths, Boys and
children,- that has been brought to the Market
for many years. .
HATS ATVI CAPS,
for Men and Boys, almost without number.
Trunks, Traveling Bags, &c., &c.
I board no one in New York or elsewhere to
buy goods for me. 1 buy for myself, and all I
ask of my friends in the City, County or State, at J
large, is to give me a call, and my Goods will be
advertised more effectually than can be done
tbrough newspapers, or hand bills. For me to
COME TO COOKE'S
where you can be served cheaper than any where
else, is all gammon. It is mere stuff. Come and
examine my Goods. If the prices don't suit,
To the public, who patronized me in days gone
by, I return my grateful acknowledgments, and
hope to act in future so as to merit your favor.
GEORGE T. COOKE.
Raleigh, Sept. 27, 1866. 83 tf.
RALEIGH & GASTON RAILROAD.
THROUGH FREIGHT TARIFF,
NORTH AND SOUTH,
By the AirJJne Route.
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHIP ALL
kinds of freight tbrough to New York,
Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, or through
bills ot lading giving tnrougu receipts at the low
THIS IS THE LINE FOR SHIPPERS.
Your goods will be handled only once; through
connections close ; no delay ; time and expense
less than by any other route. Insurance, trifling
compared witn otner routes, wetaice gooas to
and from Columbia, S. C, and all intermediate
stations, with more promptness and dispatch
than any Express Company, at about one-fourth
TAKE NOTICE !
Persons shipping goods South will ship through
the following Agents, and by the following
steamship companies, and Siu u iiin.n:
From New York, by the Atlantic Co 1st Mail
Steamship Company. Livingston, Fox & Co.,
Agents, No. 88, Liberty St., or Pier 36, North
Kiver, N. x.
From Baltimore, by Baltimore Steam Packet
Company. L. B. Parks, Agent, foot of Union
Dock and by Brandt s line oi steamers.
From Philadelphia, by the Philadelphia and
Norfolk Steamship Company. W. B. Clyde
& Co., Agents, jno. 14, JNortn ueiaware Ave
From Boston, by the Boston and Norfolk
Steamship Company. E. Sampson fc Co.,
Agents, end oi central w nan, Boston.
Consign your goods to Railroad Agent, Ports
mouth, Virginia, and City Point.
Goods coming by the way of City Point and
Petersburg must be so marked.
C. B. ALLEN, Freight Agent,
R & G. Railroad Co.
Dec. 4, 1866. Ill tf
FOR SALE I
ON THE SECOND THURSDAY IN DE
CEMBER, that being the 13th day of the
montli, l will sen to tne bignest bidder, upon the
premises, that desirable
lately owned, and resided upon, by Miss Eliza-
Detn mm on., dee'd.
The tract is situated on Neuse River, six miles
East of Raleigh, on the Tarboro' Road, adjoin
ing the lands of David Hinton. It contains
ELEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY FIVE
Of land, from three to four hundred of which are
cleared. About 100 acres are fine low grounds.
not liable to overflow. This is considered one of
the best Cotton Plantation in toe County, and
the bottom land will always produce enough
Corn to enstain it.
consist of a handsome Dwelling House, contain
ing seven rooms, located on a commanding site
There are three frame houses also on the premi
ses, with two rooms each, and all necessary out
houses, cabins, barns, gin house, carriage house,
As this land will be sold on the liberal credit of
only Qy.e-third cash, the balance payable in one,
two -urid three- years, a rare opportunity is afford
ed, to parties wishing to purchase a first-class
Personal security will be required, and title
will be withheld nntil the last payment is made.
Note. This land will be divided into three
tracts, the House-tract 600 acres, another tract of
350 acres, and another of 245, plots of which may
be seen at my Office above Creech's Store-.
W. R. MILLER,
Agent of Legatees.
Nov. IT, IMS. iStwtd.
F5rt Dtrfet North-Carolina,
Chapel Hill, November 17th,1866. f
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BY THE
a. . Secretary of the Treasury of the United
BUites, General Inspector ot Distilled Spirits for
the Fourth Collection District of North Carolina,
under the act toprovide Internal Revenue, &c7!
. luieresiea, mat i nave
entered upon the discharge of my duties, and that
1 should be addressed at Chapel Hill. n7c.
District, N"c: OIUr"B' OU"n
Dec. 6th, 1866. 113 lm.
H. W. PCLLIAM. W. H. JONES. GEO. W. SWBFSOH
PULL1AM & JONES & 0.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
JJTAVE IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OT
which is offered at the lowest cash nrices. Thev
respectfully solicit orders from the Merchants of
PULLIAM, JONES A CO.
Raleigh, May 1, 1866. 20 tf.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BOARD
of Trustees of the Unlversitv of North-Caro
lina, will be held in the Executive Office on Mon
day the 10th Inst., at 4 o'clock P. M.
chas. majnli, Secretary.
December 4, 1868. Ill St.
DEC. 3rd, 1866. DEC. 3rd, 1866.
W. H. A. R. S. TUCKER & Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
2 Cases Men's English Style double Decker
water proof Boots.
2 Cases Men's double solid Calf Skin Boots.
lO Cases Men's double soled wax Leather
Brogans, extraordinary stock and quality.
6 Cases Womens' and Childrens' extra heavy
Shoes, lower than can be bought in the City.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
20O Split Zephyr Nubias at 75 cents, worth
20O Worsted Hoods at 75 cents, worth $1 25.
Also, a large lot of Ladies' Winter Dress goods
at greatly reduced prices.
W. H & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
15,000 yards New Stylo Winter Calico.
12,000 yards Bleached and Brown Domestics,
at astonishingly low prices.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
FURS t FURS t I FURS til
A large lot Ladies' and Misses' Fashionable
Furs, Capes, Muffs, Tippets and Caffs,
at lt-wer prices than any house, North or South.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
Dec. 6, 1866. na tf
NORTH-AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
TOTAL ASSETS $706,742 DIVIDEND FOR
1865, 45 per cent
JT. D. Morgan, President.-J. W. Merelll, See'y.
rpHE NORTH-AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE
JL Uompany, lrom the day of its inauguration to
the present time, has outstripped its cotempora
ries in growth and prosperity.
Its success is thoroughly attributable to the ac
tual mutual benefit that it grants to the nolicv
holders, its liberal features, and the perfect secu
rity which it is able to guarantee to those whost
money is placed with it.
fibtice. that the North-America grants thirtu
days' grace in payment of Renewals, while in other
companies all tne money you have invested isfor-
icucd li your premium is not paid by 12 o'clock,
noon, of the dan upon xohich it falls due.
Life Endowment and Term nolicies made, and
full information given by
FREDERIC G. HANSEN,
Agent for North Carolina,
Raleigh, N. C.
P. S. Liberal inducements made to Canvassers.
Raleigh, Nov. 11, 1866. 102 lm.
200 PER MONTH AND EXPENSES PAID
Male or Female Agents, to introduce a Newand
Useful Invention, of absolute ntilitv in ever
household. Agents preferring to work on Com
mission can earn from $20 to S50 rer dav. For
lull particulars, enclose stamp, and address
W. li. WJ1.BU.N & CO.
Oct. 29 3m. Cleveland, Ohio.
AT POMONA. ON THURSDAY. D-ECF.MUF.ll
20th, 1866. the residence of Seth Jones, deceased,
will be sold to the highest bidder, on a credit of
bix months, all the perishable property belonging
to the deceased, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cat
tle, Hogs, &c. ;
of all kinds ; one Clemons, Brown & Co.'s supe
rior Cotton Gin, and two other Cotton Gins; Ap
ple Mill and Cider Fixtures, Casks, &c; House
hold and Kitchen Furniture: one fine Familv
Carriage, with Harness ; one Buggy, and several
Carts, besides many other articles, including soma
E. A. CRUDUP,
H. W. MONTAGUE,
P. S. Sale to. be continued nntil all articles are
sold, and property not delivered nntil terms of
saie are complied with.
At the same time will be rented the land, for
the ensning vear.
nov. Kb, lseo. 108 tds.
N. C. Rail Road Meeting.
r- MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
XI of the North Carolina Rail Road Comoaur
will be held in Raleigh, on Wednesday, the 12th
day of December next, for the purpose oi consider
ing the By-Laws and Regulations proposed by th
committee, :ind also such amendments to th
Charter as may be suggested. '
A punctual attendance, either in person or bx-
proxy, is earnestly requested.
Thomas WiLtsa, rresiuent.
Raleigh, Nov. 11, 1866. 108 to,.
JOBTH-CAEOLINA RAILROAD v
Change of Time
Goes Into effect Sunday, XoveMfeer 4th, ISM
STATIONS. ACCOMMODATION. - MAIL.
Charlotte Arrive 10.20 p. m. Arrive 5.30 a. nu
8aliBbury, 6.40 " 8.00 "
Greensboro' 2.80v 12.20
Raleigh 7.15 a, m. 6.25 p. m
Goldsboro' Leave 2.20 a. m. Leave 3.15 p. m
STATIONS. MAII. ACCOMMODATION
Charlotte Arrive 9.55 a. m. Leave S.00 p. m.
Salisbury 12.08 p.m. 8.15 "
Greensboro' 2.44 44 12.20 a. m
Raleigh 8.20 " ' 7.45
Goldsboro' 11.15 " Arrive 1L15 "
Mail North connects at Greensboro' with tralna
on R. & D. R. R. for the North.
Accommodation Tram tMt connects at Baleien
for Weldon and the North, at Goldsboro' for
W.ddon, Wilmington, and Newberne.
Mail Train South connects with C. & S. C. R.
R. for the South.
. WILKES, Eng. A Sup't.
10,1866. ' Aoi Smpdi,
OFFICE N. C. RAILROAD CO..
Compact Shops, Nox- 20,. I6-.
THE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS QI THX;
North Carolina Railroad CWWM'
quested to furnish the President wjlih .
of each Bond in their possessior, wad at toewuna,
time signify whether ttbey
their Bonda, or whetheey t?
ment of the same -h.n,they ieJl due. Thli ta-.
formation is partir.-uUrly desired before the JUUl,
a r t-. f ho laid before the Btock-
holders of the Company, who meet talUleigh,o,rH
Nov. 24, I860.