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-jr.. - : .'t r -.-r;-.T-'rr-vr "LIBERTY YPO UNION, NOW VTSTX FOREVER, OTVE jV1VT INSEPARABLE."-Danibi Webster. . . Y, JULY 0, 1868. No. 153. V Vo1- XI- RALEIGH, N. C., THURSDi r - : i 1 , . . f i vi4tfcefeli ftaittlind. W. W. 1IOLDEN. - j. w. IlOLDfixX. W. W. H01DEH & SON, "BITOBS OP THIS STANDARD, AittAoi-tecZ tmoKxAera of trie Laics of the. United Stales, and of yoncrmnent adverliscnueids. Rates of Subscription. TERMS Cash in advance. Tri-Weckly paper, 1 year " " 6 months.. W 00 3 50 2 00 3 00 a 50 1 00 12 00 22 00 40 00 3 " . Weekly paper, 1 year.... 6 months 3 " o copi-rs 1 year.... " " 10 " 1 " t (t 20 41 1 (( To those who get up clubs of five or r.ioresnb 6cribers, one copy, gratis, will be furnWlied. A cross X mark on the paper indicates the ex piration of the subscription. Rates of Advertising. Ten lines or one inch space to constitute a B 'in arc. One square, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Liberal deduction made, by special contract, to large advertisers. Court advertisements will be charged 25 pei cant, higher than the regular rates. Special Notices charged 50 per cent, higher than ordinary advertisements. For advertisements inserted irregularly, 25 pei cent, higher than usual rates will be charged. No paper in the South lias advertising facilities superior to the StuHilard. Letters must be addressed to W. W. Holden, ) W. W. HOLDEX & SOX, J. V. Holden. f Raleigh. N. C. Headquarters Second military Distrtrt, Charleston, S. C, June 2ti, lSliSs GENERAL OKOEKS, ) . No. 117. f The following law of the United States is pub lished for general information : AN ACT To aJmit the States of ITorth C'arolini, South- C'trolina, Ijouisittnu, Geoiyitt, ' UiF;.iuia, and Florida to Htpmcentutiu)t in Von'jrt'ss. Whereas, the people ot North-Carolina, South-Carolina, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama and Florida have, in pursuance ol' the provis ions of an act entitled " An act for the more efficient government of the rebel States." pass t' l March seeoud, eighteen hundred ami sixty Rcven, and the acts supplementary thereto, li amed constitutions of State government which are republican, and have adopted such coutUu lions by "large majorities of the votes east at, the elections held lor the ratilicatiou or rejection ot the same; Therefore, - . - J.- UeiMctmlby the. Senate and llotixe ofJSqwe- -tw nj tf Uu-tfea male oj .nierwn in .'4. hat: eacli ol tue iais oi I ma,'' soutn-Jarolina,. L,ousiaji;i, labama, and fTk'a slioil be vntitleJ u m iivsf.ress y I duly TWfttle! the amend m'ent ta !Ttutioi 'of tin- Unrtol States uronoscd "irtv-Niirtlr Conirress, and known as article fourteen, npori the following fundamen tal conditions : That the constitutions of neither ot said States shall ever be so amended or changed as to deprive any citizen or 'Mas of citizens Of the United States of the right io vote in said State who are entitled to vote by the constitution thereof herein recognized, except as n punishment for such crimes as are now felonies at common law, ; whereof tuey shall have been dulv convicted under laws equally applicable to all the inhabitants of said State; Prouidtd, That anv alteration of said Constitutions may be made with regard to the time and place ot resi dence or voters; and the State ol Georgia shall only be entitled and admitted to representation upon this fuither tuudunn ntal condition : that the first a:id third sub divisions of section seven teen of the tilth articie of the constitution of said State, except the proviso to the llrst sub division, shall be null and void, and that the General Assembly ol said State, by solemn public act, shall declare the assent ot the State to the foregoing fundamental condition. Section 2. And be it edw-ted. That if the day tixed for the first meeting ot the Legis lature of either ol said States, by the Con stitution or Ordinance thereof, shall have passed, or have so nearly arrived before the passage of this Act, that there shall not be time for the Legislature to assemble at the period tixed, such Legislature shall convene at the end of twenty daj-s from the time this act takes effect, uuless the Governor elect shall soouer convene the same. Section 3. And be H further enacted. That the fi -st section of this act shall take effect as to each State, except Georgia, when such State bhall, by its Legislature, duly ratify article fourteen of the amendments to the Constitu tion of the United States proposed by tile S'Jth Congress, and as to the State of Georgia, when it shall, in addition, give the assent as said State to the fund-imental condition hereinbefore imposed upon the sume; and thereupon the offi cers of each State, duly elected and qu.lilied un der the constitution thereol, shall be inaugura ted without delay; but no person prohibited Iroin holding office under the United States, or under any State, by Sections of the proposed amendment to the Constitution ol the tinted States known as Article Fourteen, shall be deemed eligible to any cilice in either of said States, unless relieved from disability as pro vided in said amendment. And it is hereby made the duty of the President, within ten days alter receiving official information of the ratiUeation of said amendment by the Legis lature of either of said States, to issue a procla mation announcing that fact. Panned June 2o, 1SThe provisions of the second and third sections of fie foregoing law, authorizing and r.-quiriog the Legislatures ol the several States emb:aced in its "operation to convene at the end of twenty days Irotn the time this Act takes ettect, unless the Governor elect shall soouer convene the same," an ' directing that when any State sliall, bv its Legislature, duly ratify Article Four teen of "the amendments to the Constitution ol the Unite 1 States, proposed by the Thirly-ninth Congress, the officers ol such State, "duly elected and qualilied under the Constitution thereof shall be inaugurated without delay, are warded as dispensing w th the opti.ol office escribed by the law oi diny , xou, u w . n. cerus the members eieei o- mu iicsnioiui not disqualilieu oy me coiimhuiiuuiu known as Article rounecn. o much ol the provisions of General Mav 2. 1SIW, ana iNo. an, oi requires the members elect of unblv of 'he States of N.'ith- Car liim, respectively, to prescribed by the Act ot ring upon mo tusenarge es, is nercuy revolted, i kit. ft. Canby: CAZI VliC, up, 1st. Adjt. Genl. Notices by Assignees. MOTH'S BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS APPOINTMENT, (IN BANKRUPTCY.) DlSTKICT CoUllT OP TIIK T Unitkd States, ( :In Bankruptcy. H or the Cupel1 ear District ' ol .North-Carolina. J In the matter of J. W. Ross, Bankrupt, rpo WHOM IT MAY C'OATERN : THE I undersigned hereby trives notice of his ap pointment as Assignee of l W. Ross, ofC'liurlotte in t he County of ifeeklcnburg, and State ol North Carolina, within said Distiict, who lias been ad judged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court ol said District. E. A. OSBORNE, Assignee, P. O. Charlotte, N. C. June 25, 1SGS. 147 law3tpd. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS APPOINTMENT, (In Bankruptcy. V District Court of the " FortCapeSstrict In Bankruptcy. of North-Carolina. j In the matter of Moses II. Hand, Bankrupt. T O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment as Assignee of Moses II. Hand, of Gaston, in the County of Gaston, and Slate of North-Carolina, within said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court ot said District. E. A. OSBORNE, Assignee, P. O. Charlotte, N. C. June 25, 1808. 147 lawotpd. XOTICE BY ASS1GXEE OF HIS APPOINTMENT. (In Bankhi'I'tcv.) In the District Cotkt of") the Usited States, f t Rankrur)tcY For the Pamlico District f ln aul-ruPtcy of North-Carolina J In the matter of Wm. S. Duggan, Bankrupt. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THE JL undersigned hereby gives notice ol his ap pointment as Assignee of William S. Di!an, of SladcsviUc. in the County of Hyde, and State ol Nort.'i-Carolina, within said District, who 1ms been adjudged a bankrupt u on his own petition bv the District Court of saul Dir-trict. W. M. PIPPKN. Assignee, P. O. Tarboro', N. C June 25, 1868. 147 law3t. XOTIt'E BY ASSIGNEE OF lift APPOINTMENT, (In Bankruptcy.) Uisthict Coi'ltT OK TtlE") United States I. In Bankruptcy. For the Pamlico District 1 1 J of North-C'aroliua. I In the matter of W. R. White, Bankrupt. T O WHOM IT -MAY COAUERN : THE undersigned hereby gives notice ot his ap pointment as Assignee ot V. K. v hite, il tlie Count vol' Granville, and State ot North Carolina, within' said Di.-trict, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court ol said District. K. II. KINGSBURY, Amhnrr, P. O. Oxtord, N. C. June 2o, 1S0S. 147 lawSt. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP POINTMENT. (In H.vnkr1 ''.) DrisTUTCT CorKT OK THE . JfJiflTED.StCATKS, . Jfor tliiPttiniia district i ln TJankruptty. 01 iNortn-C r)A the matter or , ies Snies, mkrupt L-lVrrjsi CO 1 llnilirKl!fll1f ..in tinent as Assui-.Ve ot u .Wis v'.Ttf.o, sii--.Ve ol Jam ;s Sj'.t f!iuntvof Grtnville; within said District, who has been aUjuugea a uanivi upi uyou 1119 ou peiiiion "by the District Court ot said District. ' R. II. KINGSBURY, Assignee, P. O. Oxford, N. C. June 2o. 1SCS. 147 lawSt. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP P IINTJIE.VT. (In Bankkiptcy.) DlSTKICT COCKT OF THE "1 United States, it,, Poni-,.t.r For the Pamlico District fIu BankrnVtcj. of North-Carolina. J In the nntter of Adolphns & Samuel Wit cover, Bankrupts. rpO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : THE JL undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment as Assignee of Adolphus it Saml'el W'itcovek, of Wilmington, in the County of New Hanover, and State of North-Carolina, in said District, who have been adjudged bankrupts upon their own petition by the District Court of said District. WM. R. EMPIE, Assignee, P. O. Wilmington, N. C. June25,18C3. 147 lawSw. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP POINTMENT. (In Baxkhuptcy.) District Couijt of the 1 -In Bankruptcy. For the Cape Fear District. ) In the matter of T. It. Magill, Bankrupt. ryo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : THE L undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment as Assignee of T. H. Magill, of tiie County of Union, and State of North Carolina, within said District, who has be-n adjudged a bankrupt upon liis own petition by the District Court of said District. J. N. DAVIS, Assignee, P. O. Wiilkersville. N. C. June 25, 18GS. 147 law3wpd. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF niS APPOINTMENT, (In Bankruptcy.) District Court of the ) United States, In Bankruptcy. For the Cape Fear District. ) In the matter of John C. Howell, Bankrupt, rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : TIIE JL undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as Assignee of John C. Howell, ot the County of Davie, and State of North Carolina, within said District, who has been ad judged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court of said District H. CRITZ, Assi'nee, P. O. Mocksviile, N. O. June 25, 1868. 147 law3t. NOTICE B I' ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP POINTMENT. (In Bankruptcy.) District Court of the "j United Statbs, f r T?nnkruntcv For the Cape Fear District of f ln -anKruPtcJ- North-Carolina. J ln the matter of John L. Wright, Bankrupt, rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .THE 1 undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment as Assignee of John L. Wright, of Mocksviile, Davie county, N. C, in said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court of said Dis trict. M. F. BELL, Assignee. P. O. Mocksviile, N. C. June 25, lSOS. 147 lawSt. NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF HIS AP PO INTM E NT .(In Bankruptcy.) District Court of the ) United States, Vln Bankruptcy. For the Cape Fear District. ) In tiie matter of Alvin G. Thornton. Bank rupt. T WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : THE undersigned hereby gives notice ol his ap pointment as Assignee ol Alvin G. 1 Houston, of Fa vet teville. in t he County ol Oiiinlierland, and State of North-Carolina, within said District, who en adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition creditors by the District Court of said W. II MORROW, Amiynee, r. O. Fayetteville, N. C. 150 lawSw. MILES SCHOOL. HOUSE, SITUATED i City, being com- icd on Monday, 1 BROOKLYN LIFE INSORAHCE GOMPJNi. ISSUES POLICIES .OF ALL KINDS, LIFE AND ENDOWMENT. ABSOLUTELY NO KEST1UCTION UPON TRAVEL OK RESIDENCE ! "V uiviaenas I'aid ALL POLICIES POSITIVELY NON-FORFEIT ABLE. B3T Part ol the premium loaned, and no loon or premivm note is a lien or claim online pol icy in case of death after the second year.jgj " ryillS COMPANY OFFERS -7- people., n 19 the most LIBERAL COMPAKY IN Its rates being lriwer than those of other Office No. 141, Broadway, New York City. f" ? WM. M. COLE, Secretary. CHRISTIAN W. BOUOK, lfesident. Information Gladly Furnished in detail, by J- A. W. LAWRENCE, of Raleigh. N. C Dr. WM. G. HILL, Medical Examiner. Raleigh, N C, May 1, lSd-S CII.VNtJE OF SCHEDULE. " ALE1GH (i ASTON RAILROAD CO., ) X, Sri'KKIXTEMIENT's OEFIl.E, V Ralcigh, N. C , May l..th, lbt'.S. j On and alter May liOth, ISr.S, Trains will ru Wm tin- Raleigh Gaston Railroad follows: Mail Train leaver Raleigh i).15 A. M. Arrive-; at U'ehhm :i.40 P M Mat' Train leave- Wcbbm. !0.::5 a. M. Arrives at Ka eigh :;.1." P. M. i Freight Train leaves Raleigh. . . 1.15 P.M. j " arrives : l Kahigh.. 10.05 A. M. The Mail TraTriV make through connections i with all points North and South: . ' A. B ANWREWS, . supi oi Tr: WILMINGTON MXPOS tt.R; COMPANY. OtRte Chief Ens. k Crneral Supfrintendont, Wilmington, N. C, May II, lSt!!S. CHAXCE OF SCHCDULE. ON AND AFTER MAY 10th PASSENGER Trains on this ltoad will leave Wilmington at (i:00 A M. and 8:.JO P. M., and arrive in Wif inington at 4:"0 A. M. and S:15 p. M. Leave Weldon at 10::!0 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. ; arrive at Wchloii at, 5:15 A. M. ami :'.:00 P. M. Zr's" The day train will not. run on Sundays. The day train connects with the Anniimessic and Bay Lines all are quick to the North. S I.. FREMONT, L'mjineer & Svjt. May 14, liSliS. 129 tf. TO SHIPPERS. ktorth-caroijIica ALL STATE HAIUVAY LINES (THAT USED TO BE '.) The Old Raleigh A. Gaston Rail Road, The Shortest, thickest, Safest and Best Line, North and South, to be left out in me Cold, unless Shippers Specially say Via. R. A G. R. R ! YXTE INAUGURATED AND ARE THE V Great lhrouih Inland Air Line Itoute to all the Northern Markets, and have successfully worked the Line to the entire satisfaction of Shippers, North and South, for the last ten years, as the ten Thousand Shippers in North and "South Carolina will testily. Ve paid the State near Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars for her Inter est in this Road thereby saving the people from Taxation for all time to come 40,000 per year; and we unhesitatingly declare that we can and will give more dispatch to all points, North and South, than any other Line. NOTICE I The Great Inland Air Line Freight Sonte, 17a THE RALEIGH fc GASTON RAIL. ROAD, is the Short Line for Shippers, and you are re quired so to direct your Freights, or they will be taken by another Route ! To insure your Freight being carried over this Great Inland Air Line, safely, direct your consign ers to mark your Freight. Care of Rail Road Agent, Portsmouth, Va., or City Point, Va.,m'a Paleiyh cb Gaston Jiail Itoad, and to ship as f ol lows: FROM BOSTON: Merchants' fe Miner's Line, end of Central Wharf, K Sampson, Agent. FROM NEW YORK: Old Dominion Steamship Co., Shipping Point, Pier 37, North River Foot Beach St., Office 187, Greenwich St., Corner Dey; N. L. McCready, President. FROM PHILADELPHIA: (Via Annamessie,) Phila., Wilmington and Balt imore Depot, or Clyde's Line 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, Agent, oi Powhatan Steam Co., 90 Light Street Wharf. - 0. B. ALLEN, Freight Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Aug. 6, 1SC7. 57 tf. NORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO. THROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA, Viix I'a iiaina 3 i:t ili-on I NSW AERAKGSMENT. SAILING FROM NEW YORK ON THE 5th & 20th Every Month. Or the day before when these dates fall on Sunday. PASSAGE LOWER THAN BY ANY OTHER LINE. For information address I). N. OARIUNGTON, Agent, Pier 48 North Kivcr, K. Y. W. !!. WKISil, IWsUhiit. CI IAS. DANA, Vi,:e. I'res. Ollieu 54 Exchange Place, New York. June 4, ltftS. CIS Ijaulo, X'X 5 Annually in G.fr PECULIAR ADVANTAGES TO THE THE UNITED STATES.. Companies. l General Agent for the State of North-Carolina. 138 ly. t ai3 o : . o ' -S W - 3 o b O ci S I 00 IS SS 1-1 00 0 cT 2 I is i ! 2 t ? -. pa 1 g -2 11 z 3 2 e S c " i -or. 1 H 5 B i ,r. S S i - P. FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS ANBSfBtST C03IPANT. Chartered by Special Afct if Congress, Jlarch, l4i5.' BRANCH AT RALEK.II, NORTH CAROLINA, r.i.u'flmi!!? rtrtfi, Ho. 9. OPEN EV and In, in ei:y day eacepi? Sundays 10 A. M. to-ftp-.'M., nd: Satur- (lav.- until 7 P. M. Di pohitAof auv atiiouiit .re ceived lioui anv l'cison. liisrest uaable semi- auuuallv- d:iiiu:irv and J. All depositor must subsc.ilie ti tlmrul (d regulations of the,.! I iiiic'iaLrjl,. iit'VA:5hlnt '.. Cnshiir- March 31, 1SCS. f Vol It. Circular. FISEEDMAX'S SAVING AND TRUST CO.'s BANK. Save our Honey! Save your Money! Fellow Fueedmen axdbeemen. The Con gress ol the United States," March. 1805, "con sidering the interest and ejayation of the Freed -men,' Chartered an institutiti called Frecdman's Saving and Trust Company' the Mother Bank being located in Washington. City, D. C. This Bank is establishing branches throughout the South. One has b en estf blished in this, the Citv of Raleigh, N C. Its jBBcers are composed ol some ol the ablest and b4t gentienieu of this City, whose names are hereto annexed. We call upon every male and female to deposit their little earnings. Deposits are received from any one. Old or young, youStn deposit from one dollar up to thousands. We give five percent interest on the dollar, if It remain six months. II you have money laid by put it in here, and it wifl not only be safe, but it will be making you something all the time. Remember, yon are poor save your Money. You want homes save your Money. You want education save your Money. You Taut to live comfortably save your Money. "Mark this," that industry, so briety, economy, and a good moral character, lead to wealth, education, influence and power. Now don't wait until you get a large amount to deposit ; but deposit the small amounts, they will soon grow large; small beginnings make large endings; the small streams swell the large riv ers, seas and oceans. See what ten cents of each working day deposited at this interest would amount to in ten years. For 1 year, - - 31 20 " 2 " - - - 33 07 " 3 " - - - - 35 05 " 4 " - - - - 37 15 " 5 " - - - i - o!) : " 0 " 41 74 " 7 " - - - - 44 24 " S " - - '- - 40 00 9 - - - - 40 71 " 10 " - - - - 53 69 At the end of 10 years, he will have 411 13 In 20 years, - - . - 1,147 18 You can at a glance see how fast your small means will enlarge don't delay I beg you, but come immediately and commence to save. Let no trifling excuse prevent you. Don't hesitate, but come to the Saving's Bank. Come every one, come, come. Officees :, Gov. W. W. IIOLDEN, President. non. Geo. W. S rpson, Cot R. W. Pulliam, Col. J. T. Deweese, Hon. J; H. Harris. G. W. BROD1E, Cashier. Notice to Salesmen. WE WISH TO EMPLOY A FEW FIRST class NOTION SALESMEN to sell 30 day cash trade. We want men of experience in the business and only such as can control-a good trade. To such men we are willing to propose most liberal terms as to pay and means of increasing trade. Our House is well and generally known as the largest and cheapest net cash general notion establishment in the country, and with our large stock of goods, and method ol extensively ad vertising our business, we do more than any other to assist our salesmen to make and hold a trade. Parties malting application will be particular to state the locality, and actual amount ol trade they can control, having the facilities of a large stock to sell from. Engagements will be made for any time after July 1st, ltSISS. We will consider all communi cations as strictly confidential. Address J NOTIONS, Box 1845, Philadelphia, Pa. June IS, 1 SOS. 144 6t. IMstiitt Court of the United States. s1 For the District of N. Carolina. Raleigh, June 19th, 1868. SPECIAL TERMS OtT THIS COURT ARE hereby appointed to be held lor the District of North Carolina as follows: At Salisbury, Rowan Couuty, to commence on the lirst Monday in August next; and at Afihvillc, Buncombe Couuty, to commence on thesccond Wednesday attf-'fth'1 lirst Monday in Augbst next. There will be a grand and petit jury in attend ance upon tlK'se uonris. ()K1kkki, THiaKms" oriierT e published in the Raleigh Standitrl and Ashvill: e J'ionrer. (1 W BROOKS IT S. Dist. Judge 14Gf d. lor Distf- of N- Carolina C -i -' r t - 00 S3 03 i'lt S E. Business Cards. JOHN G. WILLIAMS & CO., Exchange and Collection Office, FAYETTEVILL1J STREET, RALEIGH, N. C, Dealers iii Bank Notes, Coin, &c. . prompt ant Particular attention given to the Collection of Notes, Drafts, &c.,' in all parts of the Country; Refer to National, Bank.; op thb Republic, Y- ,.fjune27. ' 148 10tpd" ALBERT JOHNSON,3' Grocer and XofflmissioaMeirAant, No ir FlrrettevKteTSr. - "tl Between. P. F. Pesrad's and" Brings Wi, KEEP CONSTANTIYS HAND2?S;-43--SORTMENT of heavy -and" Taney groUlftea. Will pay strict attention to the sale oLcouatry produce or anything entrusted to his care:' 1 He offers his stock of dry goods and notion at cost, to close out goods in their line . Reference the citizens of Raleigh generally.- , . . - . February 18, 1868. 86 tf. Manufacturer of all kinds of Gold and Silver Ware, and Engraver. also deal;:k in WATCHES, f LOCKS, r UK JlVELBT, ' Silver and Plated Ware, t ine Cutlery, &eM &e. Z3? All Masonic Goods Manufactured to order. OPPOSITE" CITY HALL, RAIiEIOill, JfORTH-CAROLINA. Juue 2, 1S0S. 1.67 3m. w. n. jones. JAS. A. MOORE. W. H: JONES & CO.; GROCERS, AUCTIONEERS, ANT) General Commisiory Merchants, I Fayettcvillo Street Raleigh, N. C, Ofter their services to the public. January4, 1S03. 119 tf. C. W. D. IIITCHLVCS & BRO., MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN . LADIES, G EN T'S, BOYS AND WAGON SAD dles. Coach, Buggy, Cart and Wagon Har ness, Bridles, Martingales, and all other goods usually kept in a regular Saddlery S:ore. We will, lor a limited time, sell for cash, at a small advance on cost, in order to reduce our heavy stock now on baud. Country Merchants, citizens and strangers visiting the cily who wish to pur chase goods in our line of business will do well to look at our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Any goods not on hand put up promptly to order. Repairing done in the Lest manner and with dis pute::. 4th door north of the Post Oftiee, and op posite Market Square, Fayetteville street, Ra leigh, N. C. Feb. 8, 1S6S. 88 tf THOMAS H. BRIGGS, DEALER IN Hardware and Cutlery, IRON, STEEL, HOUSE FURNISHING Goods, Carriage Material, Paints, Varnishes, Colors, Oils, Glne and Glass. Also, Agent for the sale of Burr and Esopos' MILL STONES, Bolting Cloth, India Rubber and Leather Belting, " CIRCULAR SAWS, Iron Verandahs, Fences, and all kind of ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK. rTwo doors below Southern Express ofliec. Raleigh, April 20, 1S0S. 143 tf. .IAS. II- Bookseller and Stationer (TURNER'S OLD STAND,) RALEIGH, NORTH-CAROLINA, WILL SUPPLY ANV ORDER FOR ANY Book or Music, at publisher's lowest cash price. Has the largest stock of Books, Station ery, Music, etc., for sale in the State. Blank Books and Binding done to order. ENNISS. January 2, 1SGS. US tf. S- M. PARRISH, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. GLAZIER, &c, Ac, RETURNS HIS THANKS TO THE PUBLIC generally for the VERY LIBERAL patronage bestowed on him, and hopes by re newed efforts on his part to merit a still larger share. jggr-Shop in Rear of A. D. Royster's Store, Raleigh, N. C. February 12, 1863. 91 tl. WALTER CLARK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, HALIFAX, N. C. Practices in the Courts of Halifax and nd joining Counties. Also, in the Federal Courts and Court ot Bankruptcy. January 28, 130.3. 78 tf. W. M. COLEMAN. JOIJX T. DEWEESE. COLEMAN & DEWEESE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RALEIGH, N. C, Will practice in the Stale and Federal Couits in Wake County, and attend promptly to all business with the departments of the State and National government. Special attention paid to the collection ol Claims, Conveyancing, Drafting, Office in the Standard building, on ITargetf St. Jauuurv 9, 1SCS. 121 tf. ,.t .... . . . vjy - JLjui S&gy-f ,,r - . - "TTT- tagaj Groceries, Etc. WIUIAM 0. VPCHURCH WILLIAM H. BBBD. mrnmmmM-:! -flirt i i. . . CORN I , CORN ! I CORN SIS 4,0Q0 BUSHELS OF CORN ARRIVI and to arrive at .UPCHLTRCH & DODD'S. COFFEE I COFFEE 1 1 OA BAGS MORE RIO COFFEE at 4V UPHURCH & DODD'S. SUGAR I SUGAR ! I f)A BBLS. EXTRA C SUGAR iust received JLJ at UPU1URC1I & DODD'S CANDLES I CANDLES!! 7A BOXES ADAMANTINE CANDLES for sale by UPCIIURCII & DODD. LARD ! LARD I ! 3,000 and Kegs, FAMILY LARD, in Tierces for sale Lv UPCHURCH & DODD SOAP ! SOAP ! ! LBS. ROSIN SOAP, just received f UPCHURCH fe DODD'S. ' 2,500 SALT ! ' SAtT ! t SACKS MORE FINE SALT, at U PCHU RDpDD'S. X00 LEATHKK ! LEATHER ?t 1 LARGE 8 UP P 1 "5i'H E MLOCK LEATHER, at . j-j--'- UPCHUBGH. &DODD'S. A ft BACON! BACON!. 5,000 a LBS. SIDES AND SHOULDERS, UPCHURCH & DODD'S. ESSENCE OF COFFEE! ANOTHER SUPPLY OF ESSENCE OF Collee, just received at UPCHUiiCH & DODD'S. Raleigh, June 23, 1SGS. - 146 tf. 5XfMT ! BAC0. ! ! jyOR SALK-y waOJKHAliEP RETAIL. Pr m5SS BELL. Jnne 87, 1S6S. '. 143 tf. ( tf" OX HALF RBLS. ROE HERRINGS; Zr) 30 " " Cut 20 half bbls. Labrador Herrings, for sale low by DOUGLAS BELL. Jnne 23, 1868. 146 tf. 1 flflA BUSHELS PRI3 1,UVU CORN, now arriviug PRIME WHITE at LI l Raleigh, June 20, 1S03. DOUGLAS BELL'S. 14(1 tf. GEO. L. TOOTOFFSKT, Grocer and Commission Merchant No. 31 FAYETTEVILLE ST., (Near Tncker Hall,) K EE PS CONSTANTLY ON nAND, A well selected Stock of Choice Groceries, Confections, Fine "Wines, Ales, Liquors, Cigars, &c. Consignments solicited. Personal attention given. Liberal advances made. Commissions light. RESII TOMATOES, in Cans, at 30c, at TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville street A FULL SUPPLY SPICES, at TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville street. CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S CHOW chow aud Pecallili, at TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville street. " TARYLAND HAMS, at 1V1 TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville street. TEAS ! TEAS ! ! a large supply at TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville street. COFFEES I at ( TOltNOFFSKI?8, 31 Fnyictteville street. Raleigh, March 18, 1S68. 120 tf. A FEW BBLS. A, B AND C SUGAR form the Richmond refinery, in store, at TONNOFFSKl'S, 31 Fayetteville 6treeL CANDIES! CANDIES ! ! at TONNOFFSKl'S,' 31 Fayetteville street. ALE ! ALE! -JA HALF CASKS "COCKADE CITY," J.U very superior, received this day. A supply always on hand. W. H. JONES & CO. Raleigh, January 25, 1868. 76 tf. PALMER'S IMPROVE!) PATEXT CHIRK, -VTOW ON EXHIBITION AT W. H. JONES Jl & Co's. Makes 20 per cent, more burtcr than any other Churn, and in from three to six minutes. County rights for sale. Call and examine the Chnrn. W. II. JONES & CO. Raleigh, April 21, 1SC8. 149-tf. OA BOXES ADAMANTINE CANDLES OU for sale by DOUGLAS BELL, Fayetteville St. 141 tf. Jnne 11, 1868. HERRING! HERRING ! I OA BBLS. CUT nERRING; JLJ 10 do Gross Herring, very cheap DOUGLAS liELL Ralcigh, Jnne 27, 1S68. 147 tf. t( PACKAGES GREEN & BLACK 1U TEAS lor sale by DOUGLAS BELL. June 11, 18(58. -: 141 tf. IIHI tiOOUS ER!irFRIES I TOCHTOt5& gOj'pj j- 'y " ... rTL rrk ... Vtf ' m. HUGHES' PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, ' , Martin Street, below the Tst OJnee. j Comfortable roois and good board, at low kt'" rates. Baleigh, Juno 30, 1868. 149 St. BOAED. MEM3ERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLT can obtain Board 'on Tery reasonable terms, by applying to Mrs. R. H. WHITAKER, ! . r. next door to the Methodist personage. rviiu7 p unu a i, xaoa. 140 tr. YOUIVGr BOARDING; HOUSE,- H.-3LiX3ICH:, 1ST. C' d,jK day. sral d;dnctibns' '' IkOOll By the Day, Week or MontHr" At Reasonable Rates. ; MY TABLE WILL BE SUPPLIED . WITH, the best the market affords. Transient per sons charged two dollars per day, deductions for n longer time. Members of the approaching Legislature will do well to call before engaging elsewhere. GEO. T. COOKE. June 25, 1868. . 147 tl. Mrs. H. W. MILLER'S ' BOARDING HOUSE. Day, Week .and Month. June 6, 1SB8. 139 lm. ! AGENTS WANTED. ALL AGENTS WHO PROPOSE TO SELL, and nil parties who propose to buy a life of Gen. Orant, should understand, that the PER SONAL HISTORY OF General Grant, , Br Alhekt D. Richardson, Author of i " Field, Dungeon & Escape," & " Beyoa ihp0' Mississippi," - 'e St wns written witli the anction of the ilttelrfiMid General, and is the only fully authentic and u-r thoiized Biography of him, and will contain A mass of important and interesting matter no other booh has or can obtain, fa timilies of the Unconditional Surrender and other letters and documents from President Lincoln, Generals Grant, Buckner, Lee and others, from originals entrusted to the author, and mutters of the Ligh test importance, relating to the civil government ""since the war, never made public, and an elegant steel engraving and condensed life of SCHUY LER COLFAX: . . 25 Full Page Engravings. The Author is widely1 known as one of the most truthful as well as brilliant writers. He wns with General Grant during most of his , Western Campaigns, and as a Journalist writing from " HcadqnarMu in the Field," was one of bis e i-Uefi,?P,lrterB. He writes from per- nai oLfrA-aitgus ana iron material gatUerea 'iui tjncla- opened to hirjjuy r i GENE ft AL ' 'OBAN! BANT and his friends. Its contents will piove it su periority over all others. Don't sell or buy an inferior work. Look at this first. Complete to 1st of June, and will contain en gravings of the Chicago Convention. CVeulars sent, and highest commissions paid. Aai,.gs AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO., ' Hartford, Ct. Juno SO, 1S68. 14'J 4t. Chatham Railroad Company , Raleigh, June 22, 1868. TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Chatham Railroad Company will be held at the :flice of the Company, in the City oi Raleigh, on Monday, July 20, 1868. W. W. VASS, Treas. & Sec'y. Jnne 25, 1SC8. 147 td. Ealcigb & Gaston Railroad Company, Raleigh, June 22d, 1868. TK1 ANNUAL MEETING ot the Stock holders ot the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Company will be held at the Office ol the Com pany, in the City of Raleigh, on Thursday, July 16tb, 1808. The transfer books will be closed lrom tst to 20th proximo, inclusive. 14(itd. W. W. VASS, Treas. & Sec'y. Office North-Carolina Railroad Co., Compant Shops, N. C, June 18, 1868. TIIE NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholders of the North-Carolina Railroad Company will be held in the City of Raleigh, on Thursday, the fith day of July next. Stockholders who" cannot attend in person will please furnish their proxies. The transfer books are closed lrom the lrt of June until after the meeting. F. A. STAGG, Secretary. June 20, 1868. 145 td. COPT. Treasury Department, Office of Comptrollf.k of the Clkkekcy, Washington, Jine 18th,1868. WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence present ed to the undersigned, it tins been made to appear that the State Aational Bank of Raleigh, in the City ot Raleigh, in the County of Wake, and State'ot North-Carolina, has been duly or ganized under and according to the requirements ot the Act of Congress eiitPled "an act to provide a National Currency secured by a pledge oi United States bonds, and to provide for the cineulation and redemption thereof, approve!! June 3d, 1864, and has complied with all the"pro- visions ot said Act required to be complied wttu before commencing the business of Banking un der said Act. Aow therefore I, noland R. Hulburd Comp troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the State A'ational Bank of Raleigh, in the City ot Raleigh, in the county of Wake, aud State of North-Carolina, is authorized to commence the, business of Banking under the Act aforesaid. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal ol omce this eighteenth day of June, 1868 SEAL. Comptroller of the Currency. STATE NATIONAL BANK, RALEIGH, N. C. DIRECTORS : John G. Williams, President, W. E. Anderson, Cashier, Wm S. Mason, W. W. Vass, Jas. IL Foote, Dealers in Exchange, sight and tie hills. Gold, and Silver coin and bullion. Government and. State Stocks, Rail Road and other BCCOrHltB. Uncurrent Bank Notes bought at the counter or remitted for on receipt by Express on the1 most favorable terms by check or in currency. Deposits received and a general .Banking busi ness carried on iy all its' branches. July S.1867.' ' ISO tf, WM. H. TUKLINGTCXtV Commission and Shipping Merchant, WILMINGTON, N. C, Solicits consignments ot Cotton, Naval Stores, Timber, Lnmber, Bacon, Floar, Grain, Arc. My ware house being convenient to the W. & , W. R- R. Depot enables me to make cbargfcsllght. ; Oct. 9, 1867. 40 wly ' . tfl T-rf "Uid .well , !i . 1 -w-,.- - J - . jr m 9sa m I 00. " m ... V . . K I I if t.