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LIBERTY VIVI3 UTSTIOIV, NOW AND FOREVEBLONE ANDmSEPAA.BLE.'DANiEi. Wkbster
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IIALEIGH, C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1867.-
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THE SONGS OF OLl.
The songiof olclj! How deep a spell
Lies in the old familiar words,
Once siing by those we loved bo well,
In other days, in happier years ;
Visions of hope long passed away.
Come o'er the heart so lone and cold.
And Memory asks, where, where are they
'.. .Who sweetly sung the songs of old ?
"Where are they ? Some in silence sleep
Beneath the mournful yew-tree's gloom,
Others, within the boundless deep,
Have early found an ocean tomb ;
Dim are the eyes that brightly shone,
The once warm heart lies still and cold,
And hushed for aye, for ever gone
. That voice that suDg the songs of old.
"Where are they ? On some foreign land
For many a weary day they roam ;
Cheerless they tread the stranger's land,
From friends afar, afar from home.
. Do they not long to join once more
The joyous- dance, the social throng ;
And mingle, as in days of yore,
Their voices in the olden song ?
Fondly the heart still loves to linger
Amid the ruins of the past.
Tracing, with Fancy's fairy finger,
Visions too beautiful to last ;
Bringing to memory's eye again
The long lost friends, the cherished ones,
"Waking the past with some sad strain,
Some well remembtred olden song.
Peter Louillard. Mr. Peter Lo
rilLii d, the. millionaire tobacconist, died
at Saratoga ou Sunday, in the 72d year
ot his age. JVlr. JLonliarn sucoeeded his
father in a well established tobacco
business in this citv, about 50 years
ago, and after many years of strict fru
gality and untiring industry in the ma
nufacture and sale ot tobacco, became
the .richest person in the trade in the
United States. . Long before the many
dealer whose names are now familiar
as leaders in the business had become
known - in commercial circles, he had
accumulated a fortune, which enabled
him to rule the market. The business
and house which his children inherit
are 100 'yeanjfof agre. The funeral ser
vices are to be held in Grace Church
at 10 o'clock on
Uemxntsceitcks axd Anecdotes of
11b. Qciarcr. When Mr. Qnincy was
a youn -r man, he attended one of Gen
eral. Washington's receptions. Speak
ing of the firct President, he said to his
uaa.: will tell you just how he struk
me. He reminded me of the gentle
men who ased to come to Boston in
those days ta attend the General Court
from Hampden, or Franklin county, in
the western part of the State. A little
titf in his person, not a little formal in
is manners,1 not particularly at ease in
ithe presence of strangers. He had the
air of a eanty gentleman not much ac-
castemel , to .mix : in society, periectly
polite, bat not easy in his address and
conversation, and not graceful in his
gait and movement.'
Mr. 'Qiiincy and 'John Quinsy Adams
were very early risers, and they paid
the penalty of thia iiabit by going to
sleep on all occasions. "Nature would
not be. cheated out of her ...dues, and if
they were not paid in season she would
exact them out of season.", On, this
head we' have an anecdote : .
One day' Mr. .John Quincy Adams,"
who was addicied to the same vice of
intemperate early rising.' with much the
same consequences, was visiting my
lather, who . invited him to go into
Judge Story's lecture room, and hear
his lecture , to . his law , class. JN o w,
Judge Story did not aecept the philo
ophy of his two friends : in this parti
cular, and would insist that it was a
more ; excellent way to take out one's
allowance of sleep in bed, and be wide
awake when out of it which he him
self most assuredly was ; The .Judge
received the ; two ; Presidents gladly,
and placed them in i the seat of hqnpr
on the dais by his side,'ftontin;the
hs, ana proceeded with his lecture.
was not loug before,"'' glancing his
ye aside to see how his o-uests werte
pressed by his doctrine., sdWlphiV
tley were both of them sound asleep
pT .he 8aw that the class &wHttUOi
wing a; moment in his swift career
of speech, he pointed to the two sleep
ing figures, and uttered these words of
warning; "Gentlemen, yoii see before
you a melancholy exffbiple ot the evil
effects of early rising 1" The shout of
laughter with which this judicial obiter
dictum was received effectually arous
ed the sleepers, and it is to be hoped
that they heard and profited by the re
mainder of the discourse. ,
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
CHEAP AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
JUST RECEIVED BY
No. 48 Fayetteville Street.
ALSO, A FULL STOCK OF
Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps
Ladies' Dress Silks. Ladies
Cloaks, Ladies' Dress
Trimmings, and .
AH these goods will be sold at a very small ad
vance on lirst cost. There will nothing be
charged for showing them. All we ask is a call,
before you buy elsewhere.
Remember ISAAC OETTINGER,
At J Fayetteville St.,
6 doors North of Market Square.
IN THE MILLINEBY LINE.
MRS. OETTINGER 18 AGAIN READY TO
serve her friends and patrons. She has just
returned from the Northern Markets, well posted,
and with one of the nicest and largest stocks of
that ever was brought to this town. She has
somet hing? to suit all classes.
. Trimmed lints from 50 cents up.
Bonnets made of silks, velvets, straw and gimp.
Velvets, Silks and Satins of every color and
In Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers and Ornaments,
her stock cannot be excelled.
It is useless to speak of her good taste in trim
Bonnctts and Hats. She is too well kno vn
that amonj; the Ladies, far and near. So just
1 before you buy elsewhere, at
(Yon all know where sh. lives.')
p. g. She will have an opening on Thursday,
th of October.
Oct. 5. imi. . 82 3m.
September 17th, 1867.
QUR STOCK IS COMPLETE!
CHEAPEST ! ! !
Since the war.
LADIES DRESS GOODS IX EVERY STYLE.
PRINTS ! PRINTS I I PRINTS ! I !
from 10 cts. a yard and upwards.
Sheetings and Shirtings from 10 and upwards.
00 CASES OP SHOES,
for Men, Women and Boys, in original packages.
II ATS ! HATS!! HATS!!!
all the late styles and qualities.
UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, SATOHELLS, &C
GLOVES! GL IVES!! GLOVES!!!.,
HANDKERCHIEFS ! ! HANDKERCHIEFS ! !
ALL SOW AKBIVING AT O0B OLD STAND.
" Will move in three weeks to New Store.
V. fi. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
Sept 19, 18C7. . 73-tl.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
Racon, Sides, Shoulders, Breasts, and Hams.
Pure Refined Leaf Lard.
Prime Factory English Dairy and Pine Apple j
Family Koe Herring. -'
Mackerel H Kits.
Sugar of all grades.
Molasses and Syrups.
Family. Extra and Fine Flour.
Prime White Meal.
Rio, Laguiraand Java Coffee,
Delicious Green and Black Tea.
Soda Butter and Cream Crackers.
Ripe. Salt. SoaD. Candles. Starch, Snuff, Soda,
&c., which I will sell by wholesale or retail, at
lowest market price.
r Roanoke White Corn now on hand. To close
out lot I will sell at reduced price.
Oct. 8, 1807. 83 tf.
IRON I IRON ! t
A LARGE LOT OF SWEEDES En
glish Refined Iron, of all sizes, for sale by
Oct. 5,' 1867. 83 tf.
ROPE AND BAGGING I
NEW SUPPLY OF ROPE & BAGGING
Et UPCHURCH & DODD'S.
Raleigh, October 10, 1867. 84 tf.
SUGAR! 1 1
SUGAR, A. ,
) andS. .
20 Bags Rio Coffee, prime and cheap.
Come sod see for vnmseif, nd you. will surely
find Sugar and Coffee selling by the package as
CH0ap as in Northern cities.
Raleigh, Oct. 12, 85 tf. Market Square.
T FISH r FISH I r
"T- ORTH-C AROLIN A MACKEREL, SHAD
Xl and Mullets, now arriving at
; UPCHURCH & DODD'S. -
Oct. 5, 1867. : 82 tf.
CORN T ' CORN I I CORN I ! I
CONSTANTLY ARRIVING, AND FOR SALE
J , . B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO. -Sept.
17. 1867. 74 tf. ;
FIRST; OF ' THE SEASON. ,
I5T No. 1 Family Mackerali .JgJ
JU;ST RECEIVED AND FOR 8 ALE BY
DQUQLAS . BELL,
' October 3 J. ' ; ' ' , a" , 81-tf
' LIFE IXSURAJfCE AGENTS WASTED. '
1 A1 LONG ESTABLISHED AND' FIRST CLASS;
J Life Insurance Company In. New York are
in want of an Agent in Kaleigh, , to take :North
Carolina, or several counties as a district. ' Good'
recommendations or references mast, accompany
applications' Address ' ' ' ' 5
lCli i9t lOQli J 'II . ' ill
S-K . OAF. .1 . ..... r ( OH Ofc
JJANKINtt HOUSE OF
JAY COOKE fc CO.
No. 20 WALL STEBET, i
Comer of Nassau Street, NEW YORK.
' We buy and sell at the most liberal current
pi ices, and keep on hand a full snpply of GOV
ERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES, SEVEN
THIRTIES, AND COMPOUND . INTEREST
NOTES, and execute orders for purchase and
aale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD. '
We convert the several issues ol Seven-Thirties
at the most favorable market rates into
Five-Twenties, which, at present price of gold,
yield the holder about one per cent, more inter
est per annum. . Circulars with full particulars
furnished upon application. . .
JAY COOKE & CO.
. May 9, 1867. 20 tw&wly.
THE RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK
DIRECTORS : ;
ROBT.W.PUI.I.IAM, President; W. H. WnXARD,
Geo. W. Swepson, C. P. Mekdskeau W. B
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, EXCHANGE,
" United States, State and Railroad securities,
bought and sold. Also, uncurrent money.
Aarent for the sale of Revenue Stamps.
Raleiuh, May .13. I8C7. 22 ly
BANK OF LEXINGTON.
OFFICE OF RECEIVER,
Greensboro', N. C, Sept. 14th, 1867.
IN OBEDIENCE TO INSTRUCTIONS,
contaiied in Special Orders No. 121, issued by
Major-General D. E. Sickles, at Headquarters,
Second Military District, Charleston, S. C, I, the
undersigned, having been therein appointed Re
ceiver of the Bank of Lexington, do hereby give
notice to all indebted to said Bank, that they must
come forward and make payment within "twelve
months from this date. All who do not comply
with this notice will find their papers, without
discrimination, placed immediately in a course ol
All who hold claims of any character against
said B:mk are hereby notified to present them,
properly authenticated, ; within twelve months
from this date, otherwise they will be excluded
from all beuelit in the distribution of the assets
then to be made.
Address JESSE H. LINDSAY, liecetver,
Greensboro', Guilford county, N. C.
Sept. 19, 1807. 75 3m.
RALEIGH, N. C.
THIS HOTEL HAVING BEEN REBUILT,
in part, twenty rooms having completed
and ntiktly furnished, will be re-opened lor the
reception of the
TRAVELING PUBLIC ON
THIS DAY, SEPTEMBER THIRD.
The old friends' of the former Exchange, aid
the public generally, are cordially invited to call
and. see, and be entertained with
Good Areomuiodations and Good Fare on Mode
W. H. CUNNINGGIM, Proprietor.
Sept. 5th, 1867. 70 tf.
' R. W. YORK,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
OFFICE, 40 FAYETTEVILLE STREET,
RALEIGH, N. C,
Practices in thcCourts of Wake, Chatham and
Orange, in the Supreme Conrt, and the United
States Circuit Court for North Carolina.
23f Special attention given to cases in Bank
ruptcy.EJ Collections made anywhere in the State, if the
claim (principle and interest) amounts to $o00.
Refers to Hon. W. H Battle and Hon. E. G.
Reade, Judges of the Supreme Court of North
Sept. 3, 1867. 70 tf.
ALL STATE RAILWAY LINES
(TIT AT USED TO BE !)
The Old Raleigh & Gaston Rail Road,
The Shortest, Quickest, Safest and
Rest Line, North and South, to
be left out in me Cold, unless '
Shippers Specially say
Via. R. Ac G. R. R !
TTTE INAUGURATED AND ARE THE
W Grent.Thrwiyh Inland Air Line Route to
all the Northern Markets, and have successfully
worked the Line to the entire satisfaction ol
ShiDoers. North and South, for the last ten years.
as the ten Thousand Shippers in North and South
Carolina will testily. We paia the State near
Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars for her Inter
est in this Road thereby saving the people Irom
Taxation for all time to come $40,000 per year;
and we unhesitatingly declare that we can and
will give more dispatch to .ill points, North and
South, than any other Juine.
The , Great Inland Air Line Freight Route,
' Via THE RALEIGH & GASTON KAIL ROAD,
is the Short Line for Shippers, and you are re
quired no to direct your Freightx, or they will be
taken by another Route !
To insure your Freight being carried over this
Great Inland Air Line sately, direct yonr consign
ers to mark yonr t reisjnt, (Jure ot .Kail Koad
Agent, Portsmouth, Va., or City Point, Vo., via
JfaUigh Uaston Uiau Jioaa, ana to ship as 101
Merct ants' & Miner's Line, end of Central
Wharf, K Sampson, Agent , , . ,
FROM NEW YORK :
Old Dominion Steamship Oo.i Shipping Point,
Pier 37, North River Foot Beach St., Office 187,
Greenwich St, Corner Dey; N. L. McCready,
President. , '
(Via Annamessic,) Phila." Wilmington and
Baltimore Depot, orCIvde's Lino of Steamers, 14
N. Delaware Avenue, W. P. Clyde, Agent
FROM BALTIMORE :
Baltimore Steam Packet Co., Bay Line- Steam
ers, Foot Union Dock, L. B. Parks, Aarent, pr
Powhatan Steam Co., 90 Light Street Wharf.
C. B. ALLEN,
1 Raleigh, N. C.
; : Aug. 6, 1S67. 57 tf.
To my Friends and Customers.
IHAVJT JUST RECEIVED, AND OFFER
for Cash, the following articles : .
of all kinds, and a good supply of ,
No orders will be filled, and no goods taken
away unless the cash is paid. I hope my fricuds
will not ask credit, as I am compelled to pay cash
for every thing I buy. Custom respectfully
solicited. , R. K. FERKELU '
: Raleigh, August 81,' 1867. ' 68 tf. .
- W. J .HENDERSON
; .ATT0RSET AXD . COUNSELLOR, AT LAW,
,' - ; - V.; ,: MXIHOTOIT, i C, J .
.TTTTLI ATTEND. THE : CQVXTX , AND SU
VV' perior Conrts 0 Davidson, Davie, Rowan,
and Randolph. Business entrusted to him will,
be promptly and faithfully attended to.
, Fb, 7h 1867.. . . . ' "r 137-tf.
vy.ii ,t ' n--,ri-"f-' M ,IO . ' ': : t
: , . IffflTEI) STATES OF:AJaXRICA.
DlSTBICX PIT SORTK-fyffOUM )
United States -:
16 boxes manufactured Libel of IaTornation.
Tobacco, and 700 lbs
To William S. Fallen, and Ml hom it
. may concernGreeting l, i'.y;r
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
or about the 2 rd day of July 1867, nixU-rn
boxes Of manufactured tobaeca od aovtm hundred
pounds of Itat tobacco were seized iiv fhe coooly of
Rnckinphain, the property of W. 8. Fallen, by Jn.
Craue, Collectnr of Internal Reemw for the 6th
Collection Di trict of Nortn Carolina, aa foi feited
t ti e ns-i of the United State, und1 the' same is
libIIed by D. H Starbuck, Attorney of the Usitrd
States, and prosecuted in the Circuit O .art of the
Uiited St.ites for condemnation for 'the 'Causes in
the fuid Libel set forth ; ad thatjah causes will
utand for trial at the CoU't'ootn of said Court, st
Raleigh, on the Uat Mondar In November, 1867,
at noon, if that be a jurisdiction. f4y, a; d if not,
at tfie next day of jurisdiction thereafter; when
and where all persons' are warned 4d 4ppear to
show cause why condemnation should tot bo de
creed, and to intervene for their iatareita. ; - .
Givm aoder my band, at, ofCcs, inRileigh, on
12th dav of October, 1R67 ' ' "
D. R. GOODLOE, TT 8. Manhal.
Oct. 12th, 1867. ... :b 85 Ud.
Notices of Assigiie.
PUBLIC SALE. --or 7,. ,
I WILL, ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
19th and 20th days of November, A. D. 1867, pro
ceed to sell, on the premises of Jones Watson,
Esq., Chapel Hill, in the County of Orange, the
following property: ' i ' i:t
A lot of Tacks, Locks,., Razors and Straps,
Butts, Hinges and 8crews, Spoons, Files, Over
shoes, Gloves, Hosiery, SmokinjrTobacco, Cot
ton Handkerchiefs, Wool Stoekin;; Jeans,
Boots, Cravats, Snuff, Skates, -Slack Tea, Iron
Safe, 1 Trunk, Coffee-pots, Wash-basins, Spit
toons, Tin Cups, Candle SticksvJSoop Skirts,
Hats, Moldboards, Sausage StnffeEj'Stone Jars,
2 pair Counter Balances, 3 pair-Gold Specta
cles, Neck-Ties, Dishes, Glass Preserve Dis'.ies,
Glass Jars, 1 Castor Vinegar and Pepper Cruets,
1 set Buggy Axles, fcc. . Also, a valuable lot of
Terms: Cash. y- '
C. L. HARRIS. A!gnee.
Oct. 22nd, 1807. . . .. 89 tds.
Jtf BANKRUPTCY.; ! ,1
1 WILL ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
Thursday, the lath, 13th aud -14th days of
November, A. D., 1867, proceed fo sell on the
premises ot Ur. William D. Mullett' Chapel Hill,
in the county of Orange the following property :
2 Larg - Pots, 1 Spider and Lid,
One 4 horse wagon, . -
Onehalf iuterest in one 2 horse wagon,
1 set of Smith T00U, &c, fec. " , .
Terms Cash. ; . .
C. L. HARRIS, Assignee.
Oct. 23nd, 1S67. . . . . 89 tds.
NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF ' HIS AP.
POiNTMEST, , t. .
(In BAKtRLPrcr ) ,
District CctrKi ok ms
niteu States - In i Bankruptcy.
For the District of Pamlico. )..;, . . .
AT R.4I.EIGH THE 18TH DAT OF OCT O
BEtt, A. D 1867. .
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
pointment as assignee of William B , S ith, of
Raleigh in the Coanty of Wake - and State of
North-Carolina, within said District who baa been
adjudged a Bankrupt npon bis own Petition by the
District Court of said Uwtrict." '
C. L. HARRIS, Axsignee. te.
Oct. 21, 1867. 89 oaw3w-
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
. FOR TUB DISTRICT OF AX.BEMABLE. ,
In the matter of . 1 . .
Samnel Turrentine, In Bankruptcy.
a Bankrupt .) )
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : THE
undersigned hereby gives notice ot his ap
pointment us Assignee ot Samuel-Tubkextine,
in the County of Orange aud; State Ol North
Carolina, within said District, who has been ad
judged a Bankrupt on his own' petition, in the
District Court of said D strict
Oct. 16, 1867. . .., ,(..;, -,7 law3w.
OF ASSIGNEE ' OF HIS
POINTMENT.I '. .
(IS BaNERUPTCT.) j ,.; :.; ,
Distbict Court of the . ) . .. , .....
United States, vlh Bankruptcy. .
For the District ot Pamlico. ) ; , j.v hi ; ,
AT RALEIGH THE 17TH DAY OF OCTO
ber, A. D., 1867. ,
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
pointment as assignee of John . C. Fokt, of
Raleigh, in the County of Wake and State of
North Carolina, within said District, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition
uy iuv uian ici. luui i ui sniu Lisincb.
C. Li HARRIS, Atoignee ike.
Oct 19, 1867. ...... S8 oawSw.
TN THE MATTER OF .1
JL D G. Cowaad, a Bankrupt ,
At Plymouth, N. C, the 4th day of Oct6ber,
A. D.,1867. . ,. 1 h:.:h: a-., x
Albemarle District of North-!arolina ss. ,
In accordance with an order of the Albemarle
District Court for the District of North-Carolina,
the creditors of D. G. Cow and, a Bankrupt on his
own petition, are notified that a' 2nd general
meeting of creditors , will be held :in Edenton4
N. C.', on Monday the 21st day o( October, A.
D. 1867, before C. C. Pool, Register.
. . . . L. C, LATHAM, -Axxignee.
Oct: 8, 1867. : -: - i8-ttw. '
NOTICE OF ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP
POINTS! ENTi J
(In BAWKRCPtct.) ;
District Coitbt of the ,
United States .
Albemarle District -of
North Carolina. :
AT PLYMOUTH, N. C, THE.4TH DAY OF
October, a. .. 1867.
The undersigned hereby givea'nbti'Ce'of Wb ap-'
pointmeut as assigneeof D, G. Cowand, of- ,,.
in the county of Wasbington, and State of North
Carolina, within slid District. wbO has been ad
judged a Bankrupt uppu his own Petition by the
District Court of said District.''
: . L. Ci LATHAM,
. , . , Aigneey &c. ,
Oct. 8, 1867. ; . J-Iawtw.
notice of assignee of his ap
poinTjhent; " (In BANKRtnfrCT.) :
District Court of the ' ) f ' i
. . United States. ,. . Via Paukruptey.
For the District of Pamlico. ) .', ,
AT RALEIGH THE 16TH DAY OF OCTO
ber, A, D. 1867. " -,; -
The undersisrncd hereby gives. notice ol his ap
pointment as assignee-of John:R1 Harrison, of
Raleigh, in the "County of Wake"cMDd State
of North-Carolina, within said District, who has
been adjudged aBankrupt ipoir his own Petition
by the District Court of said District ' 7
C.. L. , HAKRjk Amgnee.' dr.
Oct. IS. 1867. ' " US oaw3w.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNEE., OF. HIS APi
District Coitbt of th. : 1
i United States ' 1 ' , V Iij Bankruptcy.
Foi; the District of Pamlieo. , , .
; A T RALEIGH THE lStBt DAY 'OF OCTO
J. ber, A. D. 1867. -f iv Oh I -ul2.it V-. I'
The uudersisrned hereby elves notice of his' ap
pointment as assTshee;'6rRieaAaD N. Tatlor, of
Raleigh, In the, County, of.jWakr jmd,.'?: ate ot
North Uarolina, wtthin said District, who has
been adjudged a Bimkrobt Tnxftr his own petition
by. the DMr Court of said District i. X
V. L. HARRIS, Assignee, Ox.
.Oct 19, 186Z. -i! F'-&itHrSw. r
- Notices in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
' District; Coprt' of the i ' ' '
FortheJSDiTsfrictof U Bankruptcy.
North-Carolina. : ! J. t : ;
In the matter of SAMUEL CORSON, a Bankn
' .,'-) fapt 88, jS V' :- ' ; , ri ' f
THIS. IS. TO. GIVE NOTICE: JTHAT ON
the 9th day of October, 1867, a warrant
or Bankruptcy was issued out "of the District
Court of the United States for the Pamlico Dis
trict ot North-Carolina, against the estate of
Samuel Corson, of Washington, in the County
. of Beaufort, in said District, wiio was adjudged
a bankrupt, on his own petition .That the
payment of any debts and the delivery of any
property belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or
for his use, and the transfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law; and that a meetingof the
. creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
; debts, and to choose one or more assignees of his
. estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
' he bolden ai Newbern, in the County ot Craven,
North-Carolina, before R. F. Lehman,. . Esq.,
Register in Bankruptcy for said District, on the
5th day of November, A. D., 1867, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. ,-. , , DANIEL R. GOODLOE,
' i U. S. Marshal for said Dixtrict.
Br Robert C. Kehob, Deputy V. S. Marshal as
Messenger. . . ,
Oct. .5,1867. . 86 5t
RAISINS AND CURRANTS.
LOT OF NEW LAYER RAISINS AND
Currants on hand, at
. ' UPCHURCH & DODD'S.
BACON X BACON I I ,
A LOT OF N. C. BACON, (HOG ROUND,)
on consignment , at
-UPCHURCH & DODD'S.
Oct. 16, 1867. ... ... -.i 87 tf.
NEW STRAWBERRIES FOR 1867-8.
NAPOLEON III. '
1 The test Amateur terry in. cultivation.
Price (by mail, postag-i paid,) $3 per aox.
'A perpetual, large fruited. Strawberry of the
Price (by mail postage paid.) $1 for 2 plants,
$5 per doz.
Send for illustrated d scriptive circular.
We also offer a large and splendid stock of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Crape Ynes, Small
of which we maY iJexcriplive Catalogues, with pri
ces, to all applicants. . '
EDW'D. J. EVANS & CO., :
, Central Nurseries,
August 31, 1867. " 68 twSw2m.
MRS. H. W. MILLER,
RALEIGH, N, C.
OPENED NOVEMBER, 1862.
BERLINER MALT EXTRACT,
DR. IIOLLEiVDER'S BEER OF HE1LTII!
$4.00 Per Dozen !
AN EMINENTLY NOURISHING AND
strengthening remedy lor all diseases of the
BREAST AND STOMACH,
general WEAKNESS and DEBILITY. Also,
DrsPEPSiA, and a great nourishment for CON
VALESCENTS. Mothers unable to give sufficient nourish
ment to their mlauts will una this extract a re
It has been examined by the highest medical
authorities, and approved to be 9wt alone extra
ordinarily healthy, but very strengthening, ana is
successfully used in all the hospitals in Europe
and the United States.
In compliance with the desire of a number of
Physicians we have introduced a lighter quality
at . . '
$2.60 Per Dozen.
By this arrangement every class of the pnhlic
is enabled to provide this healthy remedy and
thereby preserve its health.
: 8ole Agent for North-Carolina.
Raleigh, October 10, 1867. .4 tf.
HAUZ & MICHEL'S
LAGER BEER, BREMEN,
93.00 Per Dozen, (Pint Bottles.) -
Sole Agent for America.
Raleigh, October 10,' 1867. 84 tf.
CHANGS OF SCHEDULE. ..
RALEIGH & GASTON RAILROAD CO.', 1
Superintendent's Oefice, ' V
. : . "Raleigh, N. C , Oct 14th, 167. )
On and after October 15th, 18(57, Trains will run
on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad as follows :
-Mail Train leaves Raleiirh. . . . . . 10,10 A. M.
Arrives at Weldon 3,17 P. M.
Mail Train leaves Weldon 10,35 A.' M.
Arrives atRaeigh... -3,50 P. ;M.
Freight Train leaves Raleigh... 7,00 A. M.
. arrives at Raleigh.'. 5,00 P. M.
The Mail Trains make through connections
with all points North.
A. B ANDREWS,
' : Supt. of Trans.
. , Oct 16, 1867. , . , 87 tf.
BEARD'S PATENT LOOK-TIE,
; BEARD'S PATENT SELF-ABJCSTIJfG TIE,
THE MOST SIMPLE AND. ORE A TEST
IMPROVEMENT OF THE
AGE FOR .
MUCII SAFER FROM' FIRE,' -AND
CHEAPER THAN: ROPE.
pAVING SOLD- LARGELY LAST SEASON
THE PATENT LOCK TIE, v
we can recommend them to give entire satisfac
tion. We have taken the Agency for the State,
and will continue to keep a large supply on hand.
For one Ton and upwards, to dealers, a liberal
' discount will be allowed. . ; :"
........ E. MURRAY, & CO
- August 17 62-3m . Wilmington, N. C. ,
STRANGERS VISITING RALEIGH ARE
particularly Invited to call at ' -' '
and examine the'many beautiful works of art,
3Cu8ltragof a Splendid eoHectiem of .1 ' -
it Oil : Painting Portrait aid Pketognpbi ,
of every sUe atidjstyle.u ,vi-i. 'U.V .vNv :
.Pictures made, with neatness and dispatee in a 4
most superb style. " farttcular attention given to
copying old Dagueireotypes, &c.-,-j; 't' r '
t ur TATa-fciir
' ' Kaietgn, June 4; lJt.' -
ri filir.i '.'v.ii'l-i .!! 'K'
TO THE PUBLIC.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO AN
JL NOUNCE to the Public, that he has purch
ased the Stock of
. Books, Stationery, Fanty Articles,,,
formerly belonging to the
N. C. PUBLISHING COMPANY.
- That he has succeeded to the old stand, No. 1,
Fayetteville Stteet, so long and so favorably
known throughout the State as "The North
Caroiina Book Store," conducted by Henry D.
Turner, deceased; and that henceforth he will
conduct the Book Business in all its branches at
The North-Carolina Book Store,
No. 1 Fayetteville St.'
He would also state that lie brings to the man
agement of the business the experience of many
years as a Book Buyer and Seller, and a devotion
to this particular branch of trade, He will en
deavor to merit the reputation of the Old Stand.
The Stock of Books, Stationery, Etc., which
he now otfers to the public, has been well select
ed, and embraces a large supply of
Sunday and Common School Book
Miscellaneous Works of almost every kind and
variety.- The North-Carolina Supreme Court
Reports. English Law Reports, and other Law
Books. A very large supply of Blank Books,
Stationery, New Music, Fancy Articles, &c,
comprising the largest assortment to be found in
the SUite, aud will be sold upon the most reason
Orders from all parts of the State, accompanied
by the Cash or City reference, will be promptly
attended to, by addressing
JAS. H. ENNISS, Book Seller,
No. 1, Fayetteville Street Raleigh, N. C.
July 23d, 1867. 51 tf.
REV. JOHN L. PRITCHARD,
Late Pastor of the First Baptist Church,
WILMINGTON, N. C,
REV. J. D. HTIFHAM,
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAMS & LAMBETH,
BookseUers aud Stationers.
Raleigh, May SO, 1867. 29 tf.
U. S. BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1868,
WITH THE RULES, ORDERS & FORMS
of Proceedings thereunder conveniently
Annotated, Classified and Arranged.
Bound in Law Sheep Price 95.
Also, the Bankrupt Law, with all the Rulee,
Forms, fec, in Pamphlet Price 25 cents.
For sale by
WILLIAMS & LAMBETH.
Raleigh, July 27, 1867. 53 tf
gOMETHING NEW I
Stuart's Freemason's Manual.
Is Davis a Traitor?
Dr. Livingstone's Tiavcls and Expeditions in
South Africa Illustrated.
Dictionary of the Bible Illustrated, &c, &c
All just to hand at Fentress' corner, our new
BRANSON, FARRAR & CO.
Raleigh, June 4, 1867. 31 tf.
. NOTE BOOKS 11
THE MUSIC TEACH KR, (A NEW BOOK,)
each, 75 cts.
Southern Harmony and Musical Com
panion, 1 25
Presbyterian Psalmodist, (7 sbopeal
notes.) 1 50
The Jubilee, 1 50
Happy Voices, (for Sabbath Schools,) 40
Devotional Hymn and Tune Book,
(Baptist,) 1 00
BRANSON, FARRAR & CO.,
: Raleigh, N. C.
September 14, 1867. 73 tf.
BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG !
aT'SOP'S FABLES, (sent per mail,) at $1 00
JJli Gulliver s Travels, " " 41
Robinson Crusoe, " " "
Tue Dog urusoe, .. ..
Mechanic's Text Book, " "
Text Book of Modern Carpentry,
BRANSON, FARRAR & CO.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Sept. 14, 1867. 73 tf.
-pHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS X
A SPLENDID ' LOT JUST TO HAND.
Prices from 50 cts. to 10 00 each.
BRANSON, FARRAR & CO.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Sept 14, 1867. 73 tf. -
WKBSTERS ELEMENTAY SPEL
LING Books always on hand, next door to
Tucker's new Hall, Raleigh, N. C. price per doz
BRANSON, FARROR & CO.
JUST PUBLISHED I
TURNER'S N. C. ALMANAC,
FOR 1868 I
T E ARE NQW.PREPARED TO FURNISH
VV the above Almanacs to Booksellers, Mer
cbaote and Dealers in any quantity. .
Orders will be promptly filled at $8 per hun
dred or $75 per thousand.
WILLIAMS & LAMBETH,
Booksellers and Stationers.
Raleigh, Sept 3, 1867. . 69 tw&wtf.
PHOTOGRAPH. ALBUMS. ;
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT JUST RE
ceived and for sale low at ...
Watson's Photograph Gallery.
IfAmlkZiM awt 4-Vwk T ftnnolof lira Trtaitiw on1 rtf I .
lit I O - V A kl AJV1014IU 1 I
zeos are invited to call at WATSON'S PHOTO
GRAPH GALLERY and hear of something to
their interest J. W. WATSON.
Raleigh, Not. 23, 1866. ; 106 tf.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE HOUSES
and Lots in the City (Iront of Nash Square) lately
occupied by Mrs. Rntfln Tucker, Deceased. -
The House contains 10 rooms, all well furnish
ed, lot about 2 .acres,-grounds- beautifully prna-
mented with shrubery, conservatory tilled with the
rarest flowers, and gardens of fine vegetables, and J
choice fruit trees, all necessary out buUdings and
well of good water. , Possession can be given im-..
VV. ii. ez t. a. i u;.k.k&,
Raleigh, March 2, 1867. . . . : 148 tf.
10 811 ARES. RALEIGH & GASTON RAIL
road Stock. ' ' . .. j
10 Shares North-Carolina Railroad Stock. s ,
S Shares Raleigh Gas Light Company Stock.
5 Shares Raleigh National Bank Stock, . . ;
" V JOHN G,. WILLIAMS & CO., .
' ' ' Bankers and. Brokers.
Raleigh, October 10, ISoX;; ,8-r5tpd. i ,
1 ; BLl TN BAMRIJPTOY. , J
BLANKS 'IN-; BANKRUPTCY ;IAYL BE,
oMalned kt the. miard otHcc at as cheap,
rates as rhey eah be prochred Jrom the North.'
Insurance, Railroads, &c.
I. F. IESCtJI.
DRUGGIST, RALEIGH, N. C.,.:
Represents the following Fire Insurances (join
panics, whose combined Capital amounts; to
$5,000,000, and who are celebrated for their liber
ality in promptly adjusting and paying (heir
losses, viz: . . ,. ,. iu ?
The PHCENIX, of Hartford.
ATLANTA of Brooklyn. , i
" SECURITY of New York.
. " . INSURANCE CO. of the Valley of Va.
And " JEFFERSON, at ScottayiHe, Va1. -.
Refer to W. H. Cunninggim, who bad fasf.OOO
insured on the Exchange Hotel and other proper
ty destroyed by Fire on the 2d March, which was
promptly satisfied, without deduction, except lor
prompt payment. , ' . . ,
Call and get a Policy of " T
P. F. PESGUD,' Agent
May 9, 1667. : 8Q-ly.
COMPARISON OF VARIOUS i
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES,
ACCORDING TO THEIR PROPORTIONS i)F
ASSETS TO LIABILITIES.
Taken from New Yerk Insaraate Report' for
186, Page eixxif. . x-a
. The BROOKLYN has $388 to pay every $100 of
its liabilities. , ,;
The MUTUAL, - - -", .i , 185
" NEW YORK LIFE, - - 143'
" MUTUAL BENEFIT, - - 175 '
" CONN. MUTUAL, ; 157-
UNITED STATES, - ,-lHS
" CHARTER OAK, - - . 143
" ETNA fHAKTFORD), - -128
" KNICKERBOCKER, - - 185
" MANHATTAN, - - - 14
" GUARDIAN, - - . . 129
" GEKMANIA, - - . loo
" PHOXNIX, - - - - 800
" HOME, - - - - - 165
" EQUITABLE, - - - 119
. " WASHINGTON, - - - 185
" SECURITY, - - - le
" NORTH AMERICA, - . 160
" GLOBE, - . - - - 154
This Company lias Declared a Dividend ol Forty
per Cent in Cash, being a Larjrer and an Earlii r
One than any other has done for the portod it has
been in operation, and declares and Pats them
Annually in Cash.
May 9, 1867. " ' 20 ly.
BROOKLYN ; r
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
fflontagae Street, near Ceirt, Brooklyn,
and 141 Broadway, N. Y.
Guarantee Capital, - . . -Accumulation,
- - - -
- 1 ;t.
Cash Dividend in 1866. 40 Per Gent.
. . ,
Policies and Pn-minmi Non-Forfeiture.
Dividends Declared and Paid ,
Annually ia Cash.
CHRISTIAN W. BOyCK.
ABR'M D. POLHEMU8.
RICH. H. HARDING.
D. PARKS FACKLER.
DANIEL AYRES, M.ID.
Agents in all the Principal Citiee and Tow(ns In
the United States. ." '
P. P. PE8CTD, Agentf
Raleigh, N. C.
May 9, 1867. , ' 20-1 y.
Wilmington. & Weldon RailroadjCo
Office Chief Engineer and Gen. Sap't.i
Wilmington, N. C, Jniy 6th, 1867.
REGULAR SCHEDULE. ,!
On and after Sept 1st, the following1 Schedule
will be run by the Passenger trains oyer this Rail-
will leave Wilmington every morning (eicept
Sundays) at 6 o'clock, A. M., and Weldon every
morninsr (except Sundays) at 10.40 A. M.; 'arriv
ing at Wilmington at 8 o'clock, P. M., and at
Weldon at 3 o'clock, P. M. .. . , A , . ..
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, ''r
will leave Wilmington at 6:80 P. M., daffy', and
Weldon ol 6:25 P. M., daily arriving at Wilming
ton at 2:20 A M., and at Weldon at 0:20 A. M.
Thirty-three hours to New York; .
Trains pass Goldsboro' at 1:57 A M., and 10:85
A.M. going North, and 8:05 P. M. and 10:11 P.
M., going South. . . . ;
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, . " ;
Leave Goldaboro at 1:80 P. M. en Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at Weldon 9
P.M. Leave Weldon at 5 A M. on. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Goldsboro
at 12:30 P. M., connecting both ways with North
' Carolina Railroad passer ger trains, and with Sea
board and Petersburg Railroad freight trains, by
which quick dispateh is glvan to-through fveight
. and way passengers both.waya.. This, train will
be increased to a daily,. as soon as the business
requires it. Way passengers from or' to points
between Goldsboro and Weldon,' to or from eta-"
tions on the North Carolina Railroad,' will find
.this a great convenience. , ..-. ,
Passensers going East, or West from Goldsboro,
should take the Day Trains from placrs South of
Goldsboro. Both trains connect at Wilmington,
with trains on Wilmington and -MancbesterRail-road,
and at Weldon with trains via Richmond
and Portsmouth, Va. The Day Trains. onneet
with Old Bay Line. The Night Trains with An
namessic Line. 8. L. FREMONT, .
Chief Eng'r. and Snpt. .
Raleigh, Aug. 31, 1867. , 68 2m.
Notice to Shippers of Freigtt f '
THE SEABOARD INLAND AIR llliE,
VIA PORTSMOUTH, ..VA.", j
IS THE ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN
Boston, New York, Philadelphia,, Baltimore,
and the Carolines. It is Express, in point of
speed and safety ot freights,-being from 40 to 70
: hours in advance of all other lines, and at as low
: rates. ; : . r i - ! 1 ' .: i . i ! !.'""
It offers Dally commnnication- with Baltimore.
: Daily communication with Philadel
Fire' Steamers each week to and from 'New
York.; '.: . ;.:
'Two Steamers each week to and from Boston.
. It is the only Line baring these adrantages, and
- to which there is but one- handling of freucht
, . Cars are loaded at the wharves ia Portsmouth
and are ran through to destination,
ii -'l .
Be .careful to direct your consignees
oniy , . ' . . . . .."
-'' Vvmn nltlnnni Ivr fh 'Kn.rtolV nr llarT.liuv
'Steamers, foot of Union Doetu ! .
From Pbilaielphla by the Annamessic Line
IPhiladelphte, Wilmington- and Ba It Lare Depots,
or by Clydes Line, 14 8Ath Dela ware ATenne. (
From New Yk by the Old Dominion 8team
ship Line, Pier 37 North River. , - . :h
- From Boston by the Norfolk Steamship Lraa,
end ot Central "Whart .. . . ,.
All losses, damages, or overcharges promptly
adjusted, on iplkatWn to - ; n
JAMES MoCARRICK, Trace Agent. ,
. ' .... . - .. . Portsmouth, Va.
Hare yovrifrelghts marked "rta Potmoatn
t Va., aud in Shipping to Philadelphia, marked ria
: Clyde's LtaaiekocYlABnaiBsftie..
. , . E. G. OHIO,
:t. i:,,;;i..n -; SwI-'TrsMPortatlon.
August at, itr. '
RAISINS I BAISIN8 1 1
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Cist receivvd at