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Tea Culture in North Carolina.
About cno week ago wo published an flrticlo relative to tea raising in North Carolina, anil stated that Mr. W- D. .jjjjtlj, of Fayetteville, had entered euc .eSwfally in'" its culture. Tho name fc!l0Uld have been Mr. Jamei M. Smith, as tke following letter will show, which wo .uib'ish entire, as containing items of much interest to tho people of this sec tion : FAtciTt-wiJE, N. O.. Feb. 7. 1871. , ..,.,r: .TfHTRIAT. ! I Wn6 TOO to COtrtJCl ,,.iit error. I notice in your Zr an article headed in which you a issue or the bin Tea liaising on the ive me credit for euo- caring earn1) for ns. I have but a few plants .ml they are fcina.ll raitod, or I my say grow i"C from the eeid which was planted a fow years nee. James M. Hmitb, my brother, rear by, has s'uececdad well ia the growing of the Chinese Tea riant, anl he also sua "teds well every year ia curing the leaves for making tea. and when I p to you that the tea mad" from hia plants, cannot be excelled for delightful flavor, I culy ay what many can testify to Ihe plant tha' he first tried were sent him frim Washington Cily. before the .war, through tho Undoes of Warren WwsluW, decoased. then our representative n Congress. De has increased the number largely from seed saved from the Srst plants-all arealike good the old and the neW thero being no djfforence between the first '.lauts and those grown since from the seed. You will see to whom the credit belongs of Tea Cul ture in thi section of country. Give credit to fflKim credit is due. While on this subject I will state a few facts as toachiDg th9 Chinese Tea riant, which may be of i-itereat to boius and stimulate som" one to grow hia own tea. As early as 1818 Mr. Junius Fmith, of Houtii Carolina, oommsnceu me growing oi t'liij plant. Llo f'juud it to thrive well in his tec-ion of that btato, and also that it was quite j a hardv plant, and that it stood the ooH weather well. On the 15th of April, of 1849 or 1860, we had quito a fall of bdow, which extended down as t'-.T Sjuth as South Caroliua. how much farther I do not now rtmomner, ibut I well remember th.it the trees were we'l covered with foliage and tht all were killed, and that many of the yor.sg native trees were much injured by the snow at;ove referred to. After the fall of the snow I wrote to Mr. Jauins Mn'uli, of South Carolina, to know how the Chinese Tea Plant stood the suuw. His reply was that they were not in j ued. i know thtm to be hardy and easily raised, and can see no good reason why every luau in this country cannot grow his own tea, and more too, if he chooses. The Chinese Tea Plant is an evergreen very pretty, having a fair and tender leaf. It bear an abundance of seed every year and grows six to eight leet high. Any one wishing seed, I think may be able to secure the same by applying in time to Janna M. Smith, Fayetteville, N. C. I am not authorized to say so niach as to the se curing of tea seed, but feel that it cau be as I t-t a to. IteapcclfuUy yours, W. D. PMITH. Tax Association. And that to carry this resolution into effect, an Address be issued, signed by this Committee, inviting indi viduals in all of the cities and towns in tho United States to form an Association, and that tbis Address be published in the news papers of this city, aud distributed to other oities and towns for insertion in local papers. By order of the Committee. Mlkon Winslow, Secretary. ADDRESS. To the Citizens of all the Cities and Towns in the United States : A tax unpopular among allc-larscs, in di rect violation of the provisions of tho Con stitution, has been laid by Congrof-s upon the people, after the period iixed for iu limitation by the terms of the former act, which declared that it should bo levied and collected until 1870 and no longer, had expired. Every effort was made by peti tion and remonstrance to prevent Congress being guilty of such a breach of faith, and such an act of injustice, as to impoee this burden on tho people for any Jurther pe riod. These have failed. Tho tax is again imposed. Popular feeling ia aroused thoughout the Country to resist it? collec tion. An Association has been organized in New York to take proceedings to test the Constitutionality of the Act. Xiarge numbers have joined the Association. The movement has been hailed with approba tion in every part of tho laud. Associa tions similnr to that in New Xork are be ing organized iu other Cities. It nly re mains necessary to make tbia movement general tbiouguout tho Country, and that Associations organize m overy City and Town, that tho people by a united effort may rid themseJvei of a burden unjustly imposed. ihe law imposing this Tux cmiuot b3 sustained if the quentiou of its Constitu tionality p brought before a Judicial Tribunal. Let the people assert their rights and no lopger consent to be op pressed by an unjust law. Tho Anti-Income Tax Association of New York, cor dially invite Citizens in every City an 1 Town, to join in the movement which thoy have bo successfully inaugurated. Associations when organized, and their officers elected, cau correspond with tho Set retary of this Association. All infor mation or papers they need either in form ing their organization or carrying out their Reported for the Jourral. An Act to 'lianaUr from the North Caro lina Uallraad Company, to the Atlan tic and North Carolina Railroad Com. l-any, and to Consolidate that Portion of the North Carolina Railroad Between 4,(llloro' with the Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad. STATE NEWS. The fruit crop all over tho State prom ises a bounteous yield. Gov. Caldwell has gone to his homo in Burke county for a week's visit. In Newbern, on Saturday last, the ther mometer reached 'JO in tho shade. Gen. John Tyler, a son of the late Presi dent Jvler, was lately in Weldn. Roanoke river has subsided and Weluon is happy over the prospect of plenty of llsu. The Rutherford Star (Radical) is ia a weaving way. It threatens to suspend un less it accounts :iro paid up in two weeks. Tho body of George Arthur, colored, drowned near Newbern on the lt inst., has been recovered. A company has been formed in Western Pennsylvania to build a railroad from Pittsburg, Pa., to Charleston. S. C, via Lincolnton and Charlotte, N. C. A correspondent of tho Raleigh Seuiintl proposes that the people of the State ob- t-erve a day or inanKsgivmg ior delivery from the tyranny of Holden. Capt. John R. Williams, formerly of this State, and late of Warrooton, N. C, was shot in the head, but not dangerously wounded, in a fight in Baltimore a few days ago by his partner in business, J. E. Frenoh. The Raleigh Sentinel my s that tho Grand Jury have found a true bill cgainst Solo mon Frazier, charged with getting lire to the Forestviilo Paper Mills, a short time ago. Tho trial is set for to-day. Tho Sentinel learna from a friend in Wilson, that the people of that couuty are iu eainaet upon the subject of Convention, acd the veto of Gov. Caldwell, and the extra judicial opinion of the Justices of the Supreme Court have had bat one ef fecjt, end that is to intensify the feeling for Convention. At the last term of Franklin Court, Judge Watts sentence! some 16 negroes, convicted of barn burning, to 6 months imcriiioument. Tho taaie Radical Judga has lately sentenced two white men to 2 years hard labor in the Ponitentiiry for Ladies will find relief from their Bcaach?, j Costiveuosf, rTwimminK in tho Herd, Co'io, Hour ing a doe-: oi plan of operations after they are organized ! stealing a runlet of molasses and a few Sec. 1. The General Assembly of Noith Carolina do enact, That it shall be lawful for the Stockholders of the North Carolina lUilroad Company at any meeting held within fen months af tor the passage of this act, according to the Charter and By Laws thereof, to transfer to the Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company all that portion of the North Carolina Rail road between Goldsboro' and the passen ger depot at Raleigh with all the rights, franchises and privileges owned and pos sessed by the said road therein. Sec. 2. That at any meeting so held the proposition shall be submitted to the pri vate stockholders of eaid N. C. R. R. Co., that tho Baid N. C. R. R. Co. transfer to the Atlantic & N. C. R. R. Co. all that portion of the N. C. R. R. lying between Goldsboro' and Raleigh. As an equivalent therefor the Atlantic fc N. C. R. R. Co. shall admit the N. C. R. R. Co. as a stock holder to the amount of six hundred thou sand dollars and bo entitled to voto there in, in the proportion of tho stock owned in tho A. & N. C. R. R. Co., and said vote .shall bo by rroxy, elected by tho N. C. R. R. Co., at'its annual meetings. This trans fer to go into effect upon the acceptance of the proposition contained in Section u by the Atlantic Sc N. C. R. R. Co., and transfer indicated in Section 1. Sec. 3. Tuat the tariff of rates for carry ing freights or passengers 02 that portion of the said road between Raleigh and Goldsboro', shall be the same whether the s;iid freight or passengers are destined to or from Newberne or Morehead City, and way stations on the Atlantic and N. C. R. 11., or to or from Wilmington or any way station on tho Wilmington and Weldon rt Tl.. and cnual facilities shall be furnish- 1 lnth said roads in the transfers of freight iu furnishing and transferring through cars. Sec. 1. That af-jsoon as practicable, after tho passage of this aot, and the acceptance of the loregoiug prcpsmon oy tue pnato stockholders of the N. U. li. Ji Co., a meeting fchall be called of Ihe stockholders of the Atlantic A N. C. R. R. Co. to con sider the transfer herein provided for, at which meetinc this question shall be sub mitted to tho private stockholders : That tho N. C. R. R. Co. shall be admitted as a stockholder (tho arnpunt of $600,000 dol lars) of stock and be entitled to vote Knrain in tlm nroportion to the stock ,raA in inn A. .t N. C. R. R. Co.. and wnuvu . - - n! an nnuivalent therefor the N. C xi. 11. Go. shall make the trausfer to the Atlantic & N. C. R. R. Co. of that portion of said North Carolina Railroad between Uolds hnrn' mid n. That rortion of tho N. O. R. R. lvincr between Goldsboro and Raleigh thus transferred to the Atlantic & Is. O. R R. Co.. taken in pursuance of this act, 8hallbo subject to the samo pledges and imnn.l in the eame manner to the holders of the bonds of tho State issued for the Vmildinff of the N. O. R. R.. as the State strwk in said Comoanv is now bound. fi. That if the private stockholders r,f thfi North Carolina Railroad should not at their first meeting hereafter accept and onrnAn r. tn the consolidation and transfer herein provided for, or if for any other cause the same be not carried into effect within six months from the ratification horAnf. the nroDer officers of the North Carolina Railroad Company are hereby will be furnished them. Such association can then join us ia forming a United As sociation for the wtc-lo Country. By the plan of u United Astociatiou, small organizations can share the benefit of procf clings taken by the General Asso ciation which they could i.ot conduct at their own expense. This moreover eives importance to the movement in showing how wide spread is the feeling of opposi tion to the Income Tax turoughout the Country, and it will produce an effect upon Congress such as tc&y lead to a repeal of the act even before they adjourn. Nathaniel Sakds, Benjamin B. Siiehman, Paul, N. fcfroFFoRD, William II. Guion, Anson Phelps Stokes. Fxecutivo Committee. Mikon Wis .'slow, Secretary, 27 Chambers street. New Yor. , April 8th. 1871. other sinil aiticles from a negro. Janieo P. Ho'lman and James M. Utley, two vouui ruea of Wake couuty, charged with Ku Kluxing, and up for trial before the luesent term of Wake Court, have ri;J an affidavit for the lemoval of their case to another county. The affidavit sets forth that the defendants have reason to believe that tLv-v ca-no& obtain a fair and impartial truiat in Wake county, because of the uiojudiees of tho people, und the packing of the jury by the county ofliciala. Humors 1' Holler Skating. The Tallahassee Floridian says the (skat ing season iu Jaoksonville closed on the evening of the 25th nlf., aud the occasion was celebrated in a very interesting as well as amusing way. Mr. Chas. Bowles was awarded a golden skate medal for the best amateur skater in tho city. The most awkward skater, Mr. II. Alien, receiviug a cup, which was presented by Ben An drews with the following characteristic re marks : Sir Allow me to beg your acceptance of this elaborately ornamented tin cup fdone in lampblack by Herr Ingrain.) lo yon has been rtnanimously concoded the distinguished honor ot ooing tno inoso awkward gentleman in the riuk, The in trepid pertinacity with whicu you Kept your right foot on the lloor while its fellow was executing impossible una preposter ous flourishes in the air, has won our side splitting appropriation. The frequent and rapid manner in wuicn you acuumpuoueu the difficult feat of sitting ciown naa ex cited our highest admiration, while vour unparalleled imitations of a spread caglo were fearful to behold. Tako tho mug and fill it." Mr. Allen glided graoefully forward up on the terminus of his tunic, and, looking lilanrilv nn from the floor, resoonded : I accent tho skillet, and if you will fill it I . i t will swill it," and Mr. Allen sat uown ton tho floor.) A Holden Wedding. A eorres nondent tells of the celebration of the gc lden wedding of Mr. Vincent Hamilton-, in Bracken county, Ky., last Monday, t which twenty of the wedding guests were present at its anniversary, one of whom was a groomsman and another one of the bridesmaids at tho wedding fifty years before. Tho aggregato ages ot the twenty mado, l.i.JU years, wuu an average of 70 years. Among the guests was a bona fide cousin of tho President aud son-in-law to Mr. H,, and a former .slave, freed twenty yeara ago, who came all the way from Canada to see his old master. One of tho x?emarkab' features in the his tory of the aged groom s family is that Mr. Hamillou'a grandmother Jived to the acre of 107. and he had two daughters who saw four great-grandparents and two natu ral aran.lmoihers. several 01 me guet O . .... . T .. 1 nrnapnt at tho celebration liau seen jauiei r.nnnA .vi1 Kimmi Jventon. and the whole aged assembly were remarkably youthful looking, active and cheerful. The house in whih tho pleasant anniversaries were conducted was the samo in which Mr. Hamilton and his wife were married., ana where thev now live. He hid been a great hnnW in hia dav. and buck-horns, large and small, take tho place of racks in every room of the house. Charlotte is destined in the future to becomes a erreat railroid centre. The fol lowing is a list of the roads, completed, hnildiua. or oroooaed, which the Democrat is confident will be in operation at the end of tho ntxt ten years: lat. t he Charicf.e, Columbia & Augusta Railroad, c mp2eted. 2d. The North Carolina Railroad, corn- Dieted. 3d. The YU., cnar. & litun. liaiiroaa (Eastern Division.) partly finished. 4th. The Wil., Char. & Ruth. Railroad, (Western Division,) partly finished. 5th. The Atlantic, Tean. & Ohio Rail road, nearly completed to Statesville. Cth. The Rjad from Charlotte to Lan Custer 7th." The Air-Lino from Charlotte to W7eld0D. 8ih. Tae Air-Line from Charlotte to Atlanta; wil! bo ompleted in about one year. (Jlh. The Air-Lice from Charlotte to Danville, Ya. 10th. Tho Air-Line from Pittsburg, Penu., vu Charlotte to Charleston, 0. U. 11th. Tho Bead from Charlotte to Hickory Tavern or Newton, recently char tered by the Legislature. Mail Routes. We learn that the fol lowing maii contracts were awarded on the olst ult., according to proposals fcfcretoiore advertised : Route No. 5.069, Fayetteville to War saw, daily, to J. F. Logan, Ashe County, N. C. No, 5,007, Fayetteville to Clark's Mills, weekly, to E. J. Pennypacker, Wilming ton, N. C. n , . No. 5,071, Fayetteville to Shoe Heel, weekly, to E. T. C.lemmons, Silem, N. C, present contractor, No. 5,072, Fayetteville to Lumberton, to J. C. Blocker, Cumberland Co. No. 5.073, Fayetteville to Harnett Court House, to J. C. Blocker. No. 5,025, Fayetteville to Wilmington, by Cape Fear Steamers, semi-weekly, to O. H. Blocker, Fayetteville, present con tractor. These contracts go luto effact on 1st oi July, for four years. We learn that J. Kj. Blocker's contracts will probably be trans ferred to Mr. E. T. Clemmons. who may also get some of the others. Fayetteville haglc. Tho New York Home Journal announces the interesting intelligence mat jhiss Nellie, daughter of President Grant, is engaged to a young naval officer of promi nent name and ol unexcepuocaoie peu- fctoruach, l.eeHesBn&f a, etc., c , mono' L,iver iteKiator. feraons Inriofc in uuhta'tlw avoid a t bH.ioua ttacku 1 y Simmona Livei Bg J.a'or occa?i the Liver in healthy ac:iuu. It ghould Lc uttd by atl pe. oii8. old and jtuaj;. Ii is uot un pleaoiiit, 14 a purely vegetable ccnipociid, is cot ioinrioui to the mo t 1! 'I cate c-tetitnticn, acd wi;l krep the Liver in Lna- by .etion. f For Ccutfiie, L'-ronchitie, nd Consumption in It car !j maze, iijthiu eqoa'ts Dr. Pit-rce'd Alt. Ext. oc Gulden Medical Di?c jvery. It ia alo a grea bloo 1 purihar and ttreggth leetoier or tenie, aul fur "Liver Complaint" aad Goo. ire Ojndilion of the Uoweis it h3 no equal. So.d by druggiata. An KiltDiltd Fopularlty. "Browii'i BaoscaiAL Tbcches" have been ofore tho pub lic mtoT t &r 3. Each year nnda them m new Iccalitifcd" ia various parte of the world. The Trochee are prououEced universally superior to all other articles used for timil&r purposes. For relieving t'ooghe, Colds, and Throat Distant the Troches have been proved re iable. 1 anger nead. A ("inwlft pr.ark may kindlo a flrre that will consume a city, and email ailmenta uegleoted, may end in fatal tisordera. Beaaiioj thia fact in miad. lot tho rt aymptomi of debility or nervous prostration be met promptly with in vicoratinir treatment. Foremost among the vegetable tonics of the age etanda Hoetetter'e Storaicb Bittera, and w ienever the ital powers saern to languish, or there ia any reason to sue pcotthitthe animal functiona essential to tie sueter.atioii iud purification of the body are im perfectly poi formed t'lia icvaluablo iuvigorant and antiaeptio ehould at once be reaorted to ncligeetion always r.roduc?s weakuf ea of the hodilv nnwura. Sometitnea lo happens tnat ine appetite -tmanda more food than the stomach cau d Rest; though not mate, ptrhip -, than is required to keep up the full strength of the frani3. Tho object under such circumstances, is to increase the digeativj capaei y of tho asa mi laiing o gati, so as to mike it equal to ihe duty impoeed upon it by the appetite, and capable of aaptjljius th Ouil ling material of tht xysiern as !'ast as it ii req uied. Thia object is fully ac complished by the use of the Bitters. They t'-ue nd geutly stimulate the cellular membrane whi.h secretea the gaatric juiea, acl the reaolt ia that the eolvont ia ramsltd i h the food in anfneieut quantity to convert aM its nourishing partio'ea into rnro and wholesome o'.cmeut. I , 011 the ether baud, ihore i a deficiency ot appe tite, without any correapanding risfioiency of di gea'ivo power, thi. erTecc of the tonic ia to uti'.nu lato a ti sirH for f 'O t In nineteen eiur-i ouUf twenty, headache, nausea, uervfiiwie. faio'ir.p. fits, spasms, aud, indeed mobt of the caeual aohoa and pains to which humanity iH subject, proceed primarily from iudigeatio i complicated with billiouaneap; and for both theeo complaioe Hoatetler's Stomach Bitters arereooojmendpd es a speedy ami certain reme-1 7. VIy Veaat Powder Should le Ifjiotl. Becaueo it ia mnch more convenieat than brewers' cr hop yeaf t, produces better and Friday.. 120 e'ks at 4 llo 1'. ' " 40 Satufdtv " " 4'. 1 o ai " v.t To M " " 5t" Sloudav 60 " . vU Vn.. r. " si We3:jf6-'ay 0 " 50 D 117 ' " 1 Thusdiy 1-j'J " " 4'J -elec6i N Y bb:- Rofis B5' ce be clce tf cu oeuU V ga'.loi). rt-vi f w the 1 nirkt f.r this srJirie h- Dually rued q siet, , and fr 111 our i-a e s ven below it ill be een t that there ha bc a dtc'ine in prio of the lower sradea ibe transaotton it ah nnstnties have 1 b rn meagre, owircr ms,in!y to want f stoik, t1 o-e being very iiule of Ihb? ear'a crop now on zuHTKei jui 11 nccin wo-iur c 1 re port we tht refore qnot the mrket as lsin ' inactive. Isew crop ia arriving io email quanti ties, si d ie in moderate df mat d parcels beirp: generally taken when offVred for eale. The transactions are about 00 bb!j at $3, f5 25, 15 50, $5 75. 16. fG 25, G 75 317, as in quality. In other grades the sa'es are as follows : Friday, 70 bhls at $2 20 for strained; Haturday, 291 bbla at $3 25 for No. 1; Tuesday, 490 bbls at 2 15 for strained; Wednesday SCO bbla at $2 15 for strain- i bbl of 280 Eia. Tab- ia wi hout cn&nee m price ior tne ween, and the market has ruled steady at SI 75. with a fair dtmnd from i-hippers. The net receipts are about 1.C83 bbls, which sold at $1 75 bbl. Bbbels Empty spirit barrels are id limited requeest, and the market contioues to be fully supplied with all descriptions. We report only occasional small transactions from wharf at th fol owing prioee: Feeond hand country $2t2 05 as thev run, $2 25332 d'J for selected and I bO 2 CO for new ; New York. $2 60$2 75 f r second hand, and ti 75$3 each for new, accord ing to quantity and quality. Beeswax Pells at 2830 cents ) B. Beef Oatti-s Have been brought in rather slowly for the past week, but there ia a moderate stock on market. At present the demand is light for butchering purposes, and we report only small eales on the hoof at 9 to 11 cents 39 tt net. Corn Mel-tock fally fair, and demand moderate, bales from the grac-.-.rics at tl G5 II 10 bushel. Cotton Since the oloe of our last review there is no change of importance to report in NAVASSA GUANO COMPANY Mannfacturers cf the Patent Ammonialed SOLUBLE NAVASSA PHOSPHATE A COMPLETE MANURE, Bifli in Aauaonlacal am! Alkaline alts and Soluble Thoiaoric Acta. A STANDARD FERTILIZE!, the good q'talitio of whseh are attflsted by numerous certificates. It has given entire satisfaction on Corn, Cotton, Tobacco, and all Final 11 grain, root crops snd vegetables, to which it has been applied. more nutritious lood, and never faila of success. This is pirticuUrly appiicabl to Doi!o,'a ieist Powder, a-; each package no-, only contains the full weight as represented, but tho contenta aro perfectly iro from any injurious hu' stances. Nothing eiitere ino its composition but articles that ara h?althy and nourishing, aud the bread Dreoarod with it ia such as can bo eaten with impunity by the inset ecntitive iL.v!ids. For sale by grocers everywhere. Wilmington Wholesale Prices Current. 40 50 33 40 Hnnlinnrf 0 PfJ (Th 1 ! BockU id 0 00 d 1 liMonasES, i gallon. ilQuba, hhda. 3G i! do bbls . .(0 1 1 Sugar houHe.'iB 25 ; do hbih. . 25 (ft 2S ' ?yruo,bbia. .50 rr? 1 00 H 1 o N. O,. .73 0 80 'NTAVAli Htokes. ij Turpentine 1 2S0 fcs. , Virgin newO 00 O 5 0) 13i 'yellow dip 0 03 3 55 13S Hard 0 00 2 95 i Tar. bbl.O 00 1 75 20 23 20 27 10 1 10 11 1 25 90 rar.inordrl 0J (tj 1 Pitch, Cityl 00 kd 1 liosin.pale 4 25 'fc 7 do No. 1.2 50 m 4 do No. 2.2 25 i 2 95 95 00 00 30 iree. Swearing In Church. Sflveral Sundavs aero a collection was CougU In a. Horse. U My horse is elllicted with a cough - will you give mo a remedy through your PaPer- . . - , A Cough may be occasioned oy several different disoi&e-i: ia the several cases or which the diseases themselves mnst be le moved. When from simple cold, slippery elm or flax seed tea is useful, and licorice may be added. But nutmeg n the great remedy. Feed seculent food only if in winter moistened cut feed, if in Buinmer - a 1 1 a. juicy grass or cover, wort very ngm or not at all; never f.weat me uuimai. -ket, where there is the least cold or chilli ness. Attend to strict comfort, and the horse will doubtless gradually recover. TjQ;f oil t in Tinmerous nrescriptions ol I w a " a - . TT A. I - authorized and empowered to lease to me I aixjot to be ta&en up in one oi our yeBie-iU khid neighbors; there is oiten enougn highest bidders, under such regulations as churches, and in the absence of one of the powermi medicine recommended in sach thev mav prescribe, that portion of their 1 regular collectors, a young man volnn- casea to tin any well horse. -County f7en- i i l:. . nnri hondori nrnnnn ills I .. Beeswax, 28 fZ 29 : LiME.f-UiblO 0 J 0 OJ Barsejs, Sp'ts T., each.iieFrom store) 2nd hand.. 2 GO & 2 5U New 2 75 3 00 Oandlef, lb., Tallow 18 ra 20 Adamantine. 15 (cu 16 Sperm 50 3J 55 Oofiee, P., Java 25 O 30 Laguayra . . . '0 6 24 Bio 17 n 23 8t. Domingo. 25 2 23 Oottox, K lr.. Ord.toMidgll Q 8trict Mid'g 00 OOTTON BAGOINO, Gunny, f yd 25 Dundee 20 5J Flax 21 Doable Auc'r25 (i Rope, lb... 7 Coen Meal, S bushel.. 1 05 OMESTIOS, Bheetin?, lyyard.. 10 (f? Yarn,51bl 20 FKATUEB3, lb 65 Piss, $ bbl., Mackerel, No. 1...28 00 3t30 00 No. 2... 13 00 315 00 No. 3... 00 00 00 00 Mallets... 5 50 8 00 Herrinc. ' ast 00 9 00 N.C.roe. u 00 12 50 do cot, 8 00 10 00 do gross, 7 00 8 00 Dry Cod, W ft 9 10 FixjTJB, obi.. Northern Family. . . 7 75 10 50 Superfine. G 50 7 23 Fine 6 00 G 25 Ex. Super 7 25 7 50 NonTH Carolina, Family... 8 25 8 50 Superfine. 7 75 & 8 03 Glue, TA..16 20 Gunny Bags . 25 28 Guano, reruvian, Per ton. 75 00 77 50 GaAiN, $ bushel, Corn 93 Oats 75 Peas. Cow.l 40 Rice, rouRbl 25 1 Carolina, .... 8 Hides, i lb., Green 5 Dry 11 Hat, 100 lbs., Eastern. . . 1 3 ) i Northern. .1 20 1 Ikon, lb., English, ass'd 8 American, ref.O American, sheor 9 Swede 10 Hoop, ton. 100 Oj110 00 Liquors, gl., (dom.) Whiekoy.. 1 25 4 U() Bourbon. .2 00 l 00 N. E. Kum2 00 3 00 Giu 4 00 7 00 Brandy ...4 00 9 00 do Apple 1 50 (Ot vo do Peach2 25 3 50 Lumber, River,) F'r Bds .15 U IV u Wide do . 12 00 &J14 00 8cantling 10 CO 12 03 this article. For the liuer grade3 there has been a moderate enquiry, and full ((notations have been obtained, Lie for the lower the rm-rkft hae senerally ruied quiet and dull, lle cfi ts h.vo been light, and there .e very little stock clTeiiny n market at present. We quote B -ks ia tol ok 1 f.t 7. I at 7. i-0 at 10, 11 at 10J, 11 at 11. 5 at 114 19 a li l &l l2 11 at 12i, . 7 f.t 13. 1 at 14, and LH a KU cents. VVe quote p:oi?ing quocaiioos : Ordinary 10.111 cr.t. ?ood oidiuary 1112 cente, low miadiintr l.j13-i centa. nd midaiing 12J13J cent $ It.. lnoN Pands and Ties fjr Cotton, of tho most approvfd i atterua. are iu m derate ftock, and l seh frcm Btuio at 52 7 cen'-e p It-, as m :'ianti- ty an i q laid; loos Are coociug ic leas feely, and demand moderate. Sell nt 15 to 17 cents dtzen. Fertilizers The supTily of nearl all dascrip- liont? i- very ec-oat aod we note a fair business doiiif from btoie at iL following quotations iVinvian (Ir.ano, (ChiiiCha Island.) i75t77 tO; .1 ili.. Orr-iuiue ST0: (Urolina 1 ert hzer $M; Wilcox, Gibb.? .V Ot.'s Mtripu ated Guano f62 5 ; Phai'ix d.f f.r.( ; Kuth's Challenga Sol. Pho- nhate i6iVa.1i.i : l'aiflc do. f00(.5; W&ndo Guano, $70: Patapso do. t&-; Navassa Guano, G5; E. F. O-''e Hapetphosphato ot Lime, $00; Baugh's Raw Bone Phosphate, $60 ; Linter Bros. Bup3r-phoeihate of Tame $G : vVhann's Raw Bone Superphosphate. ?52: Lodi alauufacturin Co. Pu-e B'ne IS; do d double refined Pondrette$30; do do Nit. phosphate Lima IC t; Berger & Butz's SuDernhorhate. f0 : Wilson" Superphosphate of Lime, f 00; Htar Holuilo Phosphate $52 ; Com pound Acid Phosphate of Lime 1S; Lind Plas ter f IS all ton of 2.000 lbs. Fi.cur The market is very well stocked at present with all graOe.i of Northern a d West ern brands, and only a moderate enquiry exisls for jabbing lots, ha'les for the week at priceB giun iu oar table, as to quantity and quality. l ieu- Or.lv a meaero demand for Mullets, and little or i.o stock. A'e nuote at $4 CO to tl for pico bbls. Other kinds ara also in light Bap ply, and are selling from store at figures given in t.Abie. Grain Iu the market for Corn we have coth ing new to notice tince tue close of cur last re view. Only about 3,500 bushels received by i daitier. which has troae into store. We have no er?o sales to report, and therefore quote nomi naliy at 92 ': 9 cent. The stock in dealers' hands is fully fair, and a moderateldenund exists for jobbing lots, which is being supplied 1'roni Htose at $1 o 3tf buhel, eacka included PitlCE 53 PER TON, CASH, OR $65 OX CREDIT. BR1BGKKS, Pres't. 110 Svr W-tf DONALD MacRAE, Sec'ry and Teas'r. Tl. R O. L. GRAFFJlN, Sap't. feb 4 ""pricks "of tuk MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS. Having vaftly increased their facilities far muufacture. the MASuN & HAMLIN ORGAN COMPANY are uoy enabled to offer their woll -i known Organs, whioh are the ACKNOWLEDGED i STANDARD OF EXOELLtNCE among Instru ments of tiie class, at prices of inferior work. I 'ihey print their lowest prices, which are, tuero fore, alike to all, invariable. The following are illustrations : Four-Octave Organs The eame. Double Reed five-Octavo Organs, with Carved arid Ornamented The same, Double Reed, with Five Stops Forty Other Styles, np to ffi 1840 W IS 70 U fs 7 JSP vg-1 t? HOW TO CURE IT. Tremulant, 1 05 80 1 45 1 35 0 7 15 i do No. 3.2 15 0 00 j i Spirits Turpentine, 'gal CO 40 Sails, lb., HCut 4 75 5 50 i Oils, gallon. Sperm 0 00 3 00 Linseed... 1 40 1 50 1 Machinery 1 75 2 00 i i Kerosene .. .30 33 IPea Nuts, 2 50 2 75 Potatoes, j 8weet.bunL0 CO 0 80 Irish, i3bb!4 00 5 50 (Provisions. U , l N O. Bao-.n 'Hams 15 17 middlings... 14 15 Shoulders... 12 13 I 3og round. .13 15 i Western Bairn, t (Smoked.) Earns. IS !tfidd!ings...l3 ' Shoulders... 1H'3 (Dry Salted.) Middlings.. .12 J I Shoulders . .10 !Lard. N O . .19 ! do North'rnlS liBntter.N. O. 00 :j do North'rn33 ' Cheese 14 j. Pork, Northern, bbl. 'ity Mess24 00 25 00 'iThin GO 00 00 00 I Rump 00 fO 22 CO Salt. Alum, i bag 2 bmbl 0 2 00 j! Liverpool, ack, ground 13 3h 12j 13 101 20 17 30 E4 18 C5 100 1,01,0 AU iu soUd BUok Walnut. All the Organs vuidn by tLis t'ompany are ihorocgh!y first-class iu every respect. They wi 1 not make the bo cHed cheap Organs .t any prico. Tho com parative superiority or tntir instrument is now greater than ever before, as every competent udgo who will carefully exaraiuo ana compare must perceive. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES, with Wood Outs f.-om Photograph a of tho differ ent styles, full information and lowest prices ; also, Testimonial Ciroular will bo eent iree to any adarees. MAS0X & M31LIX 0RG1N CO., Warerooms, 596 Broadway, JSTcstv Torlt. For eale in Wilmington by P. HEINSBEP.GER. fl.aof.awtmcn At tho cdtnmencem-jnt ot tho DiartLcea. whic'.i always precedes an attack; f th Cholera, taka a teaep mnfnl cf the Pain Edk r in tcgar and water, (hot. if cony-nieut.) aud thecbithe free ly the stomach and bowels with the Pain Killer clear, bhouli the diarrhoea or cramps continue, repeat the dose evbry teu or fifteen minutes un til the patient is reiievod Iu eT.trem casee, two or more tcaspooLfula raay te given at & doso. The Pain Killer, as an internal remedy, has no equal. In caaes of Cholera, Hummer Complaiuta, Dyspepsia. Dyeontery, Asthma, it cures iu ono night, by taking it internally, and bithing will it freely. Its actiou is l.ko magic, whi-n exter nally applied to 0"d Sore, Burns, Scalch, an! Sprains. For Sick Hoadicho and Toothache, don't fail to try it. In short, it ti a Pain Krr I SR. Directions ftoccmpany rach bottle. The Pain Kiilor ia sold by Ml dealers in Hr.Vi cineB. Prico, 25 ccn, CO ront.i an.l J per bottle. aprilS lollft nov 2 THE BRIDAL CHiniBR. Knayi for Yonag men, on great SOCIAL EVILS and ABUSES, winch interfere with MAli RlaGE yith euro means of relief for the Er ring and (,nfortnuate, diseased and debilitatod. Sent free of churgo, iu eeahd envelopes. Aft' dres3 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 3 9. Ninth st., Philadelphia, Pa. jan 1' iil-dlw3'a 40 25 10 10 10 12 S5 50 40 Road between Goldstoro and Iialeigh for a term of yeara not less than fare, nox more than twenty, and at a price not leas than twenty thousand dollar per annum, or not le3s a sum than ten per cent, great er than the present net profits of that por tion of the read, as near as the eame may be ascertained, whichever may be most advantageous to the N. O. R. K. Co. Sec. 7. Upon the acceptance of this act as provided in section 2 and section 3 the N. C. R. R. Co. shall immediately make the transfer provided for in section 1. Sec. b. This act shall take effeot from its ratification for the purposes indicated, i,nt cVioii of no binding force against the State until accepted by the private Stockholders of the corporations ueroxu mentioned. Tiie Antl. Income Tax Association or If. V, At a meeting of the Execntire Committee of this association, the following resolution was adopted : Resolved, That proceedings be taken to organize Associations in other cities and towns throughout the United States to co operate with this Association in carrying out the objects for which it is organized, with the view of forming the different or- tleman. Dlamondi.nrr tecred his services and handed around his hat with creat industry and success, w nen rnt TiAr the door, he was aoouc io go rith ha hat fnii oi munov UU xjio VIA Tl i uA nhATi thft minister said solemnly, Young man, if you leave here with that mnnav in will be damned." The young man. however, left in a hurry, and as he shut the door behind him, a worthy old brother, witn a voice oi x Bua.rF, put a dollar in the na, pipeu uui w w minister. 4 'Well, if he ain't gone wun n, I'll be d-d !" a nnrlani Fact. Ti ; : - f. omnnor nilf hat and cap manufacturers that different localities amount of energy and labor wasted in use different sizes of hats and caps as gathering them would have produced ten RtftnrW.l riV. Tinsfcnrt and tne JLiftsiern Staten use the Rmallest sizes. Kew York nnrl the Middle States nsa the medium to largest sizes, and Chicago and the West ern States require the largest sizes. Goods mnnrrfantnred for one market cannot be sold for the other, only in exceptional cases. The South use a shape peculiar to KamooWPB. rind of laree size. JV. 2, uvauuv v p Post. There is something singular about the fascination which diamond-mining exer cises over the popular mind. Adventurers from every part of tne world are rusmog to South Afric. prepared to encounter dangers, privations, hardships, and ton, in the hunt after the precious stone?, with not one chance in a thousand oi nnamg them. The official statement at tne iape of Good Hope it that in 187U tne total value of the diamonds lounu was omy a Uflr mnrA than a million dollar?. The times as much in solid cash, if applied to the culture of cotton or tonaoeo. I., Onnld was assaulted at the Grand Arori TTnnsn. in New York, Thursday, by wintv United States maashal, who had inin nation to serve. The assailant au- wis held to answer. At the late election in Michigan two wo men voted one, a Mrs. Gardner, in De troit, and the other, Mary Wilson, at Bat tld Creek ALL KINDS OF JOB WOBK . aTL AflD EXPEDITIOUSLX ..Ia ptKfinTED AT THE ii cargo. . .1 du (.co ifrom etorel 15 jj American.! 35 (j Suqak, 13 lt . Porto Rico. .11 i ma B 13'd , a i i a Crushed . 15 O Soap, tl. ;Sorthern 5 .SHIKOLK9, 1,1 Si.. Contract. .4 00 i'Ocmmon. .2 25 (S ,!?TAVE3. iy M . I'W.O bbl. 00 00 30 00 R. O. hhd 00 00 00 Timber, $ SI., 'Shipping.ll 00 fajt3 2 iMill.prme 8 60 10 00 i Mill Fair.. 7 60 8 00 ! iviiil, inferior to ; ori 5 00 G 00 j 'Tallow, D..11 0 12 12 li 11 IU 15 8 50 75 REVIEW OF THE Oats Art iu licht Hupply, but snflicient to meet the retail demand. We quote from store at 75 to 8:) cents buahel. Peas The market ia somewhat better supplied, though the stock ia still quite tmil. Only a light demar d exiets, and we ouote as follows : $1 3Jr$l 35 for mix d, $1 25Si 35 for Cow, aud tl 75(s$l 80 i buaheifor black ee. JiicK Cloan lain tsmali b'oi-k, and Oaroiina eella from store et 8 to 9 cents Is Hay- Receipts fr two or thiea weeks past have lioeo qmte small, but there ia a fair stock oa market, and demand iifcht. We quote from wharf at il 20(S1 25 for North iiivc-r, $1 25 i i for re .n-vlyanii. and $1 30-a$l 35$ 100 Sd. for Eastern. f.iMK Stock moderate, and demand morcij for mali 1 jta. Wo nu .-te fr-jm store at tl 4 ' i f,o eack. LuiiBEK Nothing of coneeouence doing, and marktt q iitt. Walts from the mills as follows Pine Steam Sawed Lumber (Jar go rales per 1.000 feet. Ordinary assortment Cuba cargoes, J18 00 19 00 Hayti cargoes, 18 00 00 00 KV.li ciATrrotia Boards u (S " o " " fioorinc boards, rough 22 00 23 CO Phip Stuff as epocificationB 23 00 21 00 Deals, 3 by y.T. 20 00 22 00 Prime Itiver flooring 18 00 20 CO Mola5-se8-Is in good Rtock, and only a mod fti-Mrt demarid. We refer to table for store rates. Ppv Nuts Nono of conacoueuce comrn? in At .l tha stock here ii yery tmail, bting coufined to a few lota iu the hands of speculators. A fair demar 0 exists, and we quote tho mrket firm at tho f .ilowing figures ; 2 .10 32 CO i'jr lair, tl COSJ'2 70 tor prime, $2 753f2 80 for extra, and 3 f t bushel lor facy. Potatoe3-Market rather poorly supplied with Irih, but there i on y a retail enquiry, and we quote as te'.lin? from store at $1$4 50 bbl Sweet bri g 8090 cents $ bushel. FouLTBYIa in poor supply, aud demanl good. Liye fowls sell at 10 to 45 cents, ; nd dreesed at 4-fi tn 45 onta each. Peovisioss The eupply of North Carolina Bacon is moderate, and the market rules quiet at about f .imer quotations. Eeceipts are most ly of small paroeie, and there is only a light de mand from retailers. We quote sales fo' the Wfek at 12(2113 cents for shoulders, 13j15 cents tor sides, 1115 cents for hog round, and 157 cents $ lb for hams. Western ti in good etock. and the mirket rules doll, with a limited demand. We aoto only small sales from s'ore at the following linres: Hmoked. llAQl'J'cents fo- shoulders, J313 cents for sides, and 1510 cent for haai ; dry salted. lOlOi centa for shoulder, and 12il3 centa lt !or sicc3. Laud -Northern is in very good stock, and only a mtderate retail demand exists. We quote by ) tha package at 13 to 18 centa f lb. North Caro- iina is ecaree, ar.d sens h.t 18iei cents. Fork For Northtrn there is but little dcniind, atd stock moderate. H&lee from tore at quota t'vjm in table. :Ar.T D3tan 1 limitod. anl stock a uall Hell- .i f ;n the small wa? from Ktoro nt fl 35)1 40 1or American, aEd il 45fl 50 y sack tir Liver ,fD;ol ground. -TTTNOI.E8 Only small boat lol comintr in. which find sa'e at $2 50$2 75 tor Comnuo, and n r.OfFht't 10 SI for Contract. Timber Ts m fair receipt, aci the market m!ft nuiet. with on v a moderate demand from miller. A Dortioa of tho arrivals have founl a.in at fjnres crivoa in table. iVnnT KaDnly moderate, ard market dull We .note by tho boat load at $2 'Ittll 5u for pint- Si rQOJ2 GO for ash. and $2 752213 iw cord for oak. Fbuighti To coaetwise porta aro rather firm er, thouffh we have no quotable change to niike onfoiraer rates. Vraseis are rather tcrce at ircarit rniii lhfM ia soma enor.irv for frtiaht rcooj, with a moderate quantity ut feiing. bee table for rates. SPECIAL IV0TIi,E9 OAEBriTLLY. AGUE AM) FSilVEB. The only preventive known for Chills and Fev: ia the use of Wolfe's Schiedam fcounanps . Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps Is good jor Dyspepsia. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps Is a preventive of Chills and Feyor. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps Is good for all kidney and bladder complaints. Wolfe's Schiedam hchaapps Is used all over the world by physician iu their practice. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps la good for Gout. BATCElEL0iiS HAIR This superb Ilair Dy ia the hat in the IFor.'ci - -I Perfectly Harmless, Unliable mi l laafcantaneouc. No duappoiulmont. Hj i.i.iivjnioui Jtuts, or Unpleasant Odor. Tho ronnine W. A. Batche! or'a HuirDyo producer ISIAlriDlATliLYa spitfn di4 Biaok or Natural liruwn. Doim ut tfltain th 8kin, but leave.! tho Hair Clean, tiofi t ad lteanti ful. '1 lie only trato and I'urf-.t Dye. tioid by ail Drui'fists. Fa'-tfrv I: l?oi t-t.-ct-f, Nou York. J-oodAwlych tub r api: En v,v:n Ifl A COUI'LErE Fi: ill J.iSH, ranreeeutiii bone f.n l meat in proper j.rop rt ionn, to perma nently improve ir.nd fob ic 1). M. DDI P. Cheniirtt, 120-dAwtf Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps la good for all Urinary compla.ints. produce of WILMINGTON MARKETS FOB TEJJ WEEK E.VDIRa TIU'KSOAV. April 13. 1871. Tuepestike Haa been in steady demand eince our last for distilling purposep, and tha market rn!es fiim at an advance on previous quotations closing at 15 for ntw virgin, 13 55 for yellow din and $2 25 for hard, bbl. of 2S0 Iba. Re ceipt continue email, footicg np only 723 bbls., which sold aB follows : Bbla. New Virgin $ 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 CO 5 00 5 00 Bpmira TcBPEJtTrsE. There WMBoma activity in the market ior tuia arucm uunus cart of the week, and up to Monday there was la advance of 23 centa closing on that day at 50 cents for Southern, and 51 cents for selected New York packages all that could be reached each day bavin changed handa. fiiace .then, however, there has been some dollneaa in the market, and the price is 1 cent lower, factors holding at 49 cents, and bo buyera at this figure. Theifclea -re M fotfQWi; ' : Friday 100 Saturday,.. 30 Monday w Tuesday.... 207 Wednesday. Hi Thursday.. Yellow Dip. 13 35 3 35 3 35 3 50 3 55 3 55 Haid. $2 10 2 10 2 10 2 25 2 25 2 25 lla.tea of F'relgnt. Per Steamer. , ! Ft-r Sailing Vessel. To Nkw York. ' Orude Turpentine per bbL i $0 00 $0 60 , $ Tar " ' 0 00 Spirits lurpentice, j oo & lioaln " ! 4 Cotton per 1! oo Cotton Goods,... per naie.i o 00 Flaxseed per bu-Hi . : oo s Pea Sus, " i To Philadelphia. Oruue Turpentine pr t,. . o ooze, Tar, " 0 oo (ia Spirits Turpentine, " ! 0 090 1 Rosin. " i o OS z Cotton per bale! o 2 Cotton Good ... pjr oale.j o oo Pea Nuts. : M (4 01 O CO m OU (($ 4) SC (i CO (1$ 00 fcl IS If Lumber..... To Baltimore. Crude Turpentine per lbU oo 0 Tar... " ! 00 0 fx; i'Jj ot-! O0 10 00 Spirits Turpentine. " Rosin, Oottorv perbi;t pea Nats pe. buah Lumber To BOSTON. Orude Turpentine per U&L Tar " Spirits Turpentins, " RiLn. " Cotton, perlb.i Pea Nuts.. ...... per nusu. dumber 0 00 & 0 00 (0 00 c$ 00 dd 00(4 0 00 0 00 0 00 d 0 00& 00 000 . oo a O Oo 0 t:i, 111 8 OOj 0 01 ; 0 V ' o oq o oc, 0 00 (ra 0 OJ oo rij oo a 0 00 00 00 0 OO (59 0 00 & 00 3 00 00 6 JJ(J I 45 4o I 00 Ii) 16 10 40 4u GO 40 0 12 7 00 O ir ii 43 0 75 4 i x 0 i 7 00 Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps Is lecommsnded by all Iho Medical u'aculty. Wolfe's Schiedam, Schnapps Is good for Colic and pain in tho btomach. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps Is imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will have to use caution in purchasing. I bez leave to call tho attention of the reader to testimonials in favor of the Schnapps : I feel bound to say that I regard your dcHNarPi as being in every respect p-eminently pure, end deserving of medical patronage. At all events it is the purest possible articlo cf Hoi. land gin, hereto ore unobtainable, ana an Hucn may be safely prescribed by phyeiciana. Li AMU Li. MUX 1, Ui. U., Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York. THE AI'K FKAW Has produced Tiin larbest k::t j: crease of COTTON of any iii.nnv, v;!.t-n fairly tricl. lor parii iars ad ii-e i. M. HTJI iZ, rhem'3 Capo IV ar Chomioal Works, V .i.aiLftton, N. C ft, i I20.d4.wt 300,000 POUNDS OF TOE CAPE FEAR (rlANO X? OR 8ALK cn roisnablo terms at tho Cj beer Chemical Work. Cattle strt. Wi!mlr(lrti.n. N. C. D. f,l. FUIK, Chemi-t. feb If. 120-dntr LoDisviLLE, Ky., Bept. 1. I feel that wrc havo now nu article of f:in euitat-le lor ricli cases as that remedy is adapted to. Lili. J. V. LiiXUlli, "Sehnapp." is a remedy in chronic catarrhal complaints, etc : 1 tat o great pleasure in Hearing nifjniy crccm ab.e testimony to its etlicacy as a remodial ag -v.':. in the diseases for which you rucomniond it Having a natural tendency to the nmcoan s ir faces, with a eli'bt degree or utimu:aUo;j, I r. -gard it as ono (.f Ihe moat important rem dim in chrocic catarrhal arTectioric, particularly thono of the geaito-urinary aoparatus. With eiuCjI reapec, j'onr obodien- ec-rraot, CH&.H. A. LEAS, il. D , Now York. v ' 00 tit O 65 OO io 65 0 0Od 00 fi ociooooe 00.00 oo a oo lo 00'. 00 a 19 CO 2G Fine Stiielt, Nr.w York, Nov. 21, 1937 -DnoLPno Wolfe, Fsq , Prete ru : Deau tin: I have madd a chsmicai examination of a sample of jour ''fcbiedani Schnapps," with the inten1 of determif.ine if any foreign or injurious huU at ii so had bten added to !ho simple di-iti:a, spirits. The examination has resulted ia the conciin ion tbit the sample contained no toisonuua t-r harmful admixture. I have been unable to dis cover any trace of the deleterious sub.itancee which aro sometimes emplojed ia the adultera tion cf liquors. I would not hesitate to nee my self, nor vo recommend to others, for medicinal purposes, the 'Schiedam gchnapi e" aa an ex cellent and unobjectionable variety oi in. ry respectfully yours, (aigufcd) CIIA?. A. 8EELY, Chemist. Chemical and Technical LAiioiiAToav, H Ex cnaxiE Fi.ace, New Yons, Nov. 25, IS'57 UnoL pho Wolfe, sq : Dear em: The underaikued have carefully aud thoroughly aaaijzeu aoample cfyoar "Aromatic chieaani Hchnapp)?," select ed by oorseivee, and have f juud the same free from all organic or iuorp;anic snhataccee, more or less inlurions to health. From the rf-snlt of our examination we consider tho article one of supeior quality, bealihfai as a beverap, and effectual u its mediciDal qaaatiee. Uespeotrnliy yours, (SiRued) ALEX. TBIPPEL. Chemist. FttaNCIrt E. NOLUAKD, 11D, , Ko rujoviBflii iVi Ui Wi aiiii. -' ! all tho r ir' r'-y wn ov a ir. ti.o w jri I that whir-!. demands tbo greatest -a.e i- cur cwa bc-l:"-; Better Ice hc-nc-, Un.Ji t7 o ban!., j anything th.t rcj rf '" -' r.t-mr; than it. I strength, v?;tcr a '1 t !.t tir jt y cf Hie phye-rr. ; 1 framo. Th. Hyfer-jtic, tin bil!I-r.3 ezffjrcr, ti , nervous inval.' 1, oar.not enjoy tho gifm ol 'fur j tun-. Dai pily.l.oi-.i.r, di.'r) r.iR, i-iili.jia and ncrvona dc-Mii y &rp rem ns! " "viu?. TARRA.HTS SELTZER APEltlEK'i : is a specific tr tl.cm It rtnrrafCL tc i lcr i ach, improves tie ppf tit?, cl'-aniea the borrt'.z. I rrgnUtes th iivtr, calms tho nevf , ar.d dirin I fects the lepraved riaids HOLD PY ALL DKUGGISTS. april 1 irSeod2wcL3bwci- mwmm 1 v ? :n. For silo by all reepectablo Grocers and Drug gists. UDOLPHO WOLFFd EST., 22 BE AVE ft BT., N. V. mar 11 14'2-3milA-c eeds aud Asrifuliiiral Is2plemeuts Hpeeial Catalogues of both sent to applicants on receipt of staiap. It. H. ALLEN & CO., ,,183 and 191 Water street, P. O. Box 37. " New York, retria r . v . 117-eotf4Jt3mirca ,yVATER WHEEL, Mill Gearing, ShafiinPclleys LSZUD FQf?A C!RCULARjrr sept 17 02-od&wlyah U.LfilMlS OF ,i0J; JYOlVi