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Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1869.
CITY AND STATE NEWS. ?J. C. Aoricci.turalSocibtt. Persons wish itlir to keep Refreshment stands on tbc Fair grounds, ran obtain & license a pan application to the Secretary of the Society, who will make jtnown condition and terms. Bids for the Refreshment Saloon will be re ceived from those who purchase a license. Office hours from 2 to 5 P. M. Mrs. (Ettinoeb, who is now in our Northern cities, is beginning to send on her stock of Mil linery. We have seen some beautiful Bonnets Slid Hits, the real French patterns, and have not the least doubt that there is a rich treat in store for ourl!""1 on the day of opening. Kathkh Book. We notice in our market Saturday morning quite a numlier of "Pos sums living and dead. They were rather lean, hardly fit for table use. This species of game should never be hunted before cold weather like brother Moore's " old hare," they only fatten alter one or two frosts. Dr. Bernhardt, who has had such a suc cessful run in this city for several weeks in relieving those who are afflicted with detec tive eyes, by supplying them with his supe rior glasses, will remain here we understand until the second of October, on which day he will close his office and depart the city. Those who need liis services would do well to visit the Doctor at his office in the Yarborongh House, and avail themselves of his scientific skill at once. Gone to Texas. Our young townsman, John R. Williams, son of our worthy fellow citizen, J. R. Williams, of the firm of Wil liams & Haywood, druggists, left yesterday afternoon for his new home in Houston, Tex as. He is assigned to that office as telegraph operator, where we trust, lie may arrive in safety, and enjoy undisturbed health and prosperity. He is a high-toned young man, deservedly popular in this community, as he will becomo in Texas, in a very short time. More evidence in regard to the existence ot Ku Klux is embodied in the following note which we find in the Timet: Kixston, Sept. 22, 1869. Mr. A. R. Boardccn was not tied by note on the A. & N. C. R. R.,on Thursday the 15th, to leave or take tbc consequences, as bis life wonld lie no longor safe on the road. The, note also stated that after readiiur be mnst drop it right there and tben. He supposes that the cansu is that be has made some efforts to recover a 1iotc stolen from bim about one year ago. Goiso to Leave. We learn with un feigned regret, that our friend and fcllow ettizen, M. Grausman, Esq., contemplates re moving at an early day to New York city. Mr. Grausman has resided in Raleigh, for fifteen years, and by attention to business and upright dealing, has established a char acter throughout our State of which any man might well feel proud. -We know him as a public-spirited and whole-souled genial friend. Universal regret is expressed at his contemplated departure, and we sincerely hope he will yet find it to his interest to re main. Bbooklim Lira Iksdbakce Co. The follow ing letter speaks lor itself: McDowell Co., N C, Aug. 20, 1S69. Capt. A. W. Lawbbncb, General Agent for ybrth Carolina, of the Brooklyn Life Int. Co. : Sir: I hereby acknowledge the receipt from you, through Rev. J. R. Griffith, your Agent for this section, of the amount of my deceased hus band's Policy in tbc Company which you repre sent, viz: 12,000. I am induced, sir, by a two fold considi ration, to grant you permission to make public this ac knowledgement. In the first place, I wis'i to bear testimony to the advantages of Life Insurance, thus practically illustrated. In the second place, I wish to bear cheerful and grateful testimony to the prompt and unre served fideli'y with which, in iny case, your ex cellent Company has discharged its obligation. I am, sir, very respectfully yours, ZILLAH MURPHY. State Faib The Press. We are pleased to see the entire press of the State giving "aid and comfort" to the approaching State Fair, by their words of commendation, and urging the people to come with their pro ducts, &c. We have no doubt that this intelligence will awaken in the President and Secretary, is well as the Executive Committee, renewed xertions to have everything in readiness and complete. These gentlemen are at work, day by day, in the ilischargo of their duties and the Society, in the persons ot Mr; K. P. Battle and the Rev. J. Brinton Smith, have officers whose energies arc given to perfecting ar rangements for a grand welcome to the people of North Carolina in October next. Get tjp! Who helped your father up, when he was down ? Why, the workshop, the plough-handle, theanvi', the jack-plane, and a thousand other such "good Samari tans" ran to the old man when he was down ad raised him because he was not ashamed w recognize them, and because he held out Ms hands to them. There are too many young and robust fel lows, whining around for help, when there is no disposition shown on their part to help themselves; and more, a man who has the energy to help' himself, cannot stop in the shade, on the side-walks, to hear the tad talcs of "bad luck" which these "unfortu nate," but healthy young men. have to tell. Get cp ! This is the order of the day; and if yon will not rise you must ex pect to le run over, for this is a busy world and the working bees will have nothing to do with the drones. Look around you; that youth you sec carrying twenty bricks on his shoulder, to the builders, was dmcn, when the war ended. He is up, now; and by-and-bj, somebody else will be carrying brick to build him a house. The truth is, there are too many idlers, not only right here in Raleigh, but through out the whole South. Ore State Its Resources, Scc The Salem Prent is engaged in writing a scries of srticles on the resources of our State, the Bany advantages'which we possess, both as lunate and sou. In the last issue of the we find the following paragraph, is strictly true not only true, but the ire not as impressively put, as the de- yave seen as fine fruit raised in Wes- j.rforth Carolina, as can be produced in world both as to size and flavor we 11 not except the enormous Oregon apple; nd as another recommendation, the crop of the West, is never a total failure. Disas- rs may shorten the quantity, occasionally, t thia is of raro occurrence.' Through the ire winter, and late in the spring, our rket is supplied with the " Mountain ap- " and on several occasions, we have cont 'd them with the Northern app'e, and nrnfornnprt Wftfi in f'lunr nf nil r OWH eWth. ' 't to tho extract: " Some of the finest frnitknown, south of New York, are of "rtJ Carolina origin, and native seedlings f ""' State are conspicuous for size and fine fla,or. Wilkes and Rutherford counties with 8irry and Yadkin and For3ythc, East of the line Ridge and Buncombe county. West of if , arc celebrated for fine apples and fine cherries. - The requisites for fine orchard iruits appear to be more fully met in the cli mate of Western Carolina, indeed, than in any part of the country South of New York, Peaches liking more particularly to all the counties from Forsyth eastward." ' A meeting of the stockholders of the Western Division of the Western IT. C. Rail road, will be held on Wednesday,? the - 18tii Oct 'at AshevillcL , '; 1 j l H ' James H. Pool, Esq., one of the editors of the New Berne Journal of Commerce, has been placed under bond, of $200, to keep the peace and appear at Court, he having made an assault on F. H. Stems, Esq., ed itor of the New Berne Timet. Halted by Men in Disguise. A gentle man who left this city a few days ago, after arriving within two or three miles of Pitts boro', was halted by a posses of some twen ty or thirty men, all of whom were dis guised, and his business inquired into. As he was not the man they were after, he was allowed to proceed for which he, to- this day, feels thankful. . , -' Ku Klux Outrages. A reign ot terror hangs over the loyal citizens of the County of Oiange. Men, both white and colored, are being hung up, others shot at and mur dered, and still others horribly beaten. All this is the work, as we have been in formed, of the Ku Klux, and no one feels safe, who is not of them, or known to be friendly to them. When and where will it all end. The Asheville Pioneer says, " The Rev. J. J. O'Conncll leaves Asheville for his home in Columbia, where he will reside during the winter months. . We were informed by Mr. 0"Connell that something over $1,600 had been subscribed in and in the vicinity of Asheville to the Catholic church. Plans and specifications of the building may be seen at Major Turner's office, where proposals for the work will be received." The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruther ford Railroad is advertised to come off in Charlotte on the 30th of October. The State Fair commences at Raleigh on the 19th of October, and continues for four days coming in conflict with this Railroad meeting, which is regretted by the Democrat, and that paper suggests that the President of the Agricultural Society, K. P. Battle, Esq., make an effort to have the Railroad meeting changed to an earlier or later day. List of Bankrupts discharged at Raleigh, August 2Cth, 18G9, by His Honor, Judge Brooks : Obasgb D. II. Hamilton, Jr. FoKSYTH-Samucl Alspangh, Coleman B. Zig ler. Guilford Jacob Deans, A. B. Hinsbaw. Caswell Thos. C. Dodson, Daniel McLaugh lin, Wm. F. Walters Rockingham Cocntt John H. Clarke, A. L. Ward, Jones W. Burton, Milton II. Saunders. Davidson Wm. E. Kobcrson, John Mikcls. Randolph John R. Cavcrncss, John M. Greene Norway Oats. Many of our exchanges arc recommending this new species of oats to their readers, as superior to the native oats. We know nothing of their quality ; but if they are superior, our farmers will not be slow in finding the fact out, as the oat crop is one of importance, and comes off at a time when horse feed is scarce and the crop, ot the native oat, often proves a fail ure. We hope the Norway variety may turn out as well as has been represented at least, it would be well to try them on a small scale. Progressing. The new market build ing, under the supervision of Mr. Prarie, is fast approaching its given proportions, and will, we are pleased to learn be completed by December. As a master builder, Mr. P., is deservedly popular he undertakes a job and pushes it through to completion and does his work in workmanship style. He has been in North Carolina since 1858 and will remain here, we doubt not, to do many jobs which will give equal satisfaction with the Market House and the Standard Office. During the war, the people of the State to a very considerable extent made their own molasses, and some excellent syrup was produced from the Chinese cane. The yield to the acre was immense and proved profita ble and then, it was thought, that when the war ended, there would be no more mo lasses brought from a distant market, that we would continue to make our sorghum, and save the molasses money heretofore ex pended. The war ended and only here and there, and now and then, can one find a molasses maker in our State, notwithstand ing as much as 90 to 125 gallons may be made from one acre of the cane. Cotton absorbs everything else, when it is evident that an acre of sorghum cane will pay more money in syrup than in cotton unless the yield should be 500 His if 250 ibi, which is an average for our uplands, the syrup will bring more money at 00 cents per gallon, than the cotton at even 25 per lb.. Make your own figures, and be con vinced the sale of the syrup is a sure thing at a good price the cotton doubtful very as to price. -O- It is quite a mistake that all deeds mutt be registered by the 1st of October to make them good. That our readers may be fully posted in the matter, we reproduce the act passed by the last legislature relating to the registration of deeds. There has been too much carelessness in this respect, and proba bly the impression having gained currency that deeds must be registered within the time named, has had the effect of closing up mat ters to a large extent : AS ACT to extend the time for rejistering certain Deeds. Section 1. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact, That all grantsof land in this State, all deeds of mesne conveyances, deeds of roll, deeds ol gifts, powers of attorney, and other conveyance, which are allowed or required by law to be proved and registered, shall, witbin two years after tbc passage of this act, be admit ted to proot and registration under tbe same rules, regulations and restrictions as heretofore or hereafter may be provided by law; and when so proved and registered shall be as good and valid as if tbcj bad been proved and registered within tbe time heretofore allowed; Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to extend to mortgages and conveyances in trust or to marriage settlements. RutiBcd tbe 12th ot April, A. D., 1869. The State Educational Convention, it will be borne in mind, is proposed to assemble and organize on t be 21st of October ensuing. The friends of education arc invited to meet in the Institution for the ' Deaf, ' Dumb and Blind, on that day, as will lie seen from the following notice of Richard Wat York, Esq. Our State exchanges will please call atten tion to this subject, that there may be a full attendance. The subject of education is one claiming our patronage, and we arc truly rejoiced to perceive that the matter is taking a deep hold on our best men their influ ence and their money : At a meeting of the committee appointed by tbe Chatham Educational Atsoclatoln, held Sep tember 21, 1869, . it was resolved that tbe time heretofore fixed for the meeting of a State Edu cational Convention be changed to October 21st, 1869.- ...... .. , This conclusion was arrived atafter mature de liberation and a correspondence with many of the leading educators of the State. All teachers and friends of education are cordially invited to assemble at tbe N. C. Institution for tbe Deaf and Dnmb and Blind in Ralcigb, on Thursday afternoon, October 21st, at 4 o'clock, lor tbe purpose of organizing a State Educational Con vention. Tbe various railroads in tbi Ststo will pais delegates for one fare. RICHARD WAT YORK, Pres. of Chatham Educational Association and Chairman of Committee, I The roof of the jail in Asheville took fire last Tuesdayj bnt was' extinguished be fore any serious damage wag done. ,u Thev have a rotiee 6r 'roueeS in TiiiiwbII 1 , " , county, who pilfer corn cribs and liee-o-iima He deserves to bo stung to death, by the litr tletnaxu.' vjti -. ,.: . lt. .,,.5 . t . 1 The Helen Smith, a very little boat whose captain had a very big heart, hasbcen taken off the watersof theReaok, .nd tho "Sil ver Wave is to take tier place! 'J " -i?Q t Tim muni ., fn- . 11 1. 1 , i ivi a uiuic luuiuugu cuucatlOU The Roanoko JTeWsays there is a probabil ity of a good school being opened there next year, and says, f true, is a gratifying fact, as one is sadly needed. '- Yoa have our 'wisb-joj -well," as wall' as our prayers. ' ; Trinity College. We are pleased to learn that this institution is in a flourishing condition. Since the commencement of the present term, August 4th, one hundred and forty-six students have entered, and the number is steadily increasing. j The Buncombe Turnpike road below Marshall, has been: sold to the Western North Carolina Rail Road, Company,- and hereafter, persons traveling over the pike will have' no toll to' fay. ' The Rail Road Company will have another Turnpike sur veyed, but in the meantime the present Turnpike will be kept open. -i.-.. ,. j The Wilmington Journal informs its read ers that tbe Sisters of Mercy, alluded to a short time since, have arrived in that city and arc now preparing to open their school. '. In 1802, when the yellow, .fever was , m Wilmington, Sisters of Charity, from vari ous places, flocked thither and were con stant in their acts of kindness to tho sick without regard to religious opinion. " They are self-sacrificing, and therefore, a noble hearted set of christians. ; We regret to learn tho death of Licnt. Joseph Wilson, of the 8th U. S. . Infantry, who died in South Carolina this week. Lieut. Wilson was formerly stationed in this city and in Greensboro', and by his gen tlemanly demeanor and many good quali ties made hosts of friends wherever he went These friends will hear of his death with deep regret m We have seen the following paragraph going the rounds for several days ; but have refrained from publishing it, hoping there was some mistake about the name. It seems to be a sad fact, and we yield to duty, as a public journalist, and copy it. j FEKJtrRT. John W. Thomas was convicted ot perjury in Guilford Superior Court, last week, and sentenced to six months imprisonment, and to pay a fine of one thousand dollars. , , , . Mr. Thomas has held positions of honor in the State, and has wielded considerable influence. From the Wilmington Star of yesterday' we learn that the people of Fayettcville voted on the proposition to subscribe on be half of the town, $75,000 towards the com pletion of the Fayettevillc and Florence Rail Road, and the result was almost unan imous in favor of it This vote was condi tioned on the promise of certain capitalists who have agreed to supply additional funds to coindlcte the road. Tha'Slar also informs us, that Geo. W. Price, Jr., colored, has determined to deliver a scries of lectures, in the interest of educa tion, and will visit tbe different counties of that Congressional District for that purposc- And further gives the gratifying informa tion to our Baptist readers that the work on the interior of the the new Baptist Church in Wilmington is progressing rapidly. ' Cotton Factories. It has been ascer tained by a nice comparison that Cotton Factories can be run at the South at a much less expense, and, of course, with profit, than they are in Lowell, Massachusetts. The difference in profit, is immense, as will ap pear from the fact that from 8,000 bales manufactured at the South the profits would amount to $248,000, in one year, against $20,000 of the mills at LowelL These figures ought to open the eyes of our people, and serve to infuse a new spirit among the monicd men. who are seeking for profitable investments. We shall be pleased to have it our power to announce that steps have been taken to erect a half dozen factories witbin our Stats before the close of the year. . m m , The Asheville Pioneer learns from a friend in the county of Ashe,that during the session of conrt in Jefferson last week, a difficulty occurred between Mr. John Logan, Assistant Assessor, and a Mr. Plummer, during which Mr. Logan drew a pistol and fired at Mr. Plummer, the ball taking effect in the head and inflicting a dangerous if not mortal wound. Logan was arrested and held to await the result of Mr. Pummer's injuries. We arc pleased to learn from the same source that there is a great demand for the cheese manufactured at the ffiictories in Western North Carolina. Those who have used it will not use the Northern cheese. . I It is true, our Western cheese is a superior article, and we prefer it to any other. Brevet Brig. General James. Totten, .In-. spector General ot the Military Division of the South, and Ast Inspector General of the U. S. Army, reached our city yesterday, from Columbia, S. C. on a tour of inspection of the various military Posts and Garisons of the Southern States.;, i u r.ji.l-. After inspecting the various Departments of this Post, the troops were reviewed be fore him at 5 o'clock, P. M., and were dilled by Brevet Mai. Worth, of the 8th TJ. S. In: fan try, in the manucl of arms, and .various other military movements, to the satisfaction of Gen. Totten, who expressed himself in terms commendatory of the officers and men at camp. ' Gen. T. will, we learn, make a thorough inspection before he leaves our city. ., On behalf of the officers and troops, we can say that they bear themselves ; as true soldiers; gentlemanly, and "prompt in the discharge of their duties. Their quarters testify this, as everything is neat, almost to a fault " - . i . : ""Room for-Onk More." We i have nover seen an omnibus so filled with passen gers as not to have Mroom for one more." This world is nothing more nor less than a huge omnibus in which we have all taken passage.-7-crowded as it , is, there is ample space for others-i-and they come, and take seats with those who hare become old trav ellers: ' '"" '" : " ' ' : There is no business "over-done" every honest occupation will find " room," if there are one hundred of the -V same sort'.' in the same community. The " willing man " is the " coming man "-'-the successful man In all enterprises and he who "holds back? be cause gome one else is carrying on the busi ness he wishes to engage in, will never find an "opening." , : A friend with a good capital remarked to us a day or two siuoo that he was attached to our beautiful city and " if there was an opening " wonld go into the trade and remain. Our patience gave way, and we asked him if he ever saw an omnibns too crowded to reject another passenger. He never had. Then buy your stock and hang ont your sign customers enough for a doz en more such establishments. 'This friend is now in New York buying a stock for the Raleigh trade, . POLITICAL. - .tMj)'!-' ttiv.i ) j.iii: )(o'.l fin ill ! The Cabinet .Cetmcil lias. restflv'ecTto'nse every effort to save Cuba.'" The Republican campaign in .Pennaslnfl jrams opens Dnskly end with Hpiriit, j ,,.1" 1 The Republicans of Marion(countyny)fesi! Va., have nominated Ex-Gov.'Peirpoinl fbr ihe House of Delegates. 'iii":r.i,if.tn ,0" Many of the German Democrats in -Perm- lylvania have announced their determination; to vote the entire Republican ; ticket-this yearj. ,,;.( e-7,n,ti rw,t yi-Afm'lV- The;' people' of Middle inct Eastern Florida are uncompromisingly opposed to the cession of any part of the territory of ' the State to Alabama.' '' '' . '' V" ; ' ". " Strong hopes are stilL sntfftained by our government that Spain will, eventually acp. cept some proposition which will secure the. independence of Ouba. j ..,,'t ,-.r a A WaihirirfforiicoTresriorideht. reports Wat Congress at its next session win undoubted-" ly be recommended to impose' a 'iat 6f one cent per ppunq. on cotton. , , ,y .. Commissioners Delano and Hon. John A1-. lison, Register of tho Treasury, drill take the stump in : Pennsylvania daring the clos ing weeks of the campaign;' j, The National Union Republican' Conven tion of Mississippi assembled at Jackson, on Tuesday. ' It was the largest meeting of the kind ever held in that State. .. " . i..- , . i. .' ' ... Tho regular term of office of tho, Virginia Governor elect, will, under the new consti tution, commence on the first day of January next, and. continue lour years., w-..': u. The name of General (ex-Governor) Haw1 ey, of Connecticut, is prominently mention ed in connection with the succession in the charge of the War Department. ' : ' ' ' Full returns from Kennebec county, Maine elect the republican candidate . for State Senator , ,by . 59 majority. Iu , - Aroostook County, where railroad questions entered in to tbe contest, (tbe Democratic candidate' is elected. v :,.-. Several independent papers in- California arc advocating the election of the Republi can nominees for the Supreme Bench, on the ground that they are the : best candidates, and political issues ought not to enter into a judicial election.- ' .' The dissatisfaction oi the Democracy, at their local ticket is not confined to Philadel phia alone. All over the State the respect able portion ot the Democracy repudiate the tickets which nave been forced upon them by the Kings, ,i. ,. , ... ,, .,, A telegram from Denver reports the elec tion there to have been a quiet affair. The Republicans elected a majority of the county officers. The People's ticket elected this treasurer and probate judge. The : Demo crats had no ticket ; "' "!'; A Philadelphia dispatch of tho 10th sa'vs the nomination of a new Democratic itv ticket appeals to be badly received by the party. inree democratic , ounaay papers to-day, denounce t the movement, the leading paper doing so in terms of bitter in vective. ... . ... .; - ',, PERSONAL. I A. Chief Justice Chase and daughter arc vis iting Jay Cooke in Philadelphia.' 'I ' Tom Thumb's House in Connecticut was blown down during the gale last week.'- The last scion of the William Penn family Thomas John Penn, died recently in Eng land. : ' ; i'j ... Consul General Seward expected to leave Shanghai on the 18th of September for the United States. i Brigham Young having found tho Turkish marriage system a success is going to try a Turkish bath. ' t Dr. Cumming is informed by the Pope that Protestants arc not invited to the Ecu mencial Council. The President assisted the (rood citizens of Washington, Pa,, to lay the corner stone oftheTownHalL Horace Greelev. accomonnied bv Gen. R. E. Le3 contemplates a lenzthened visit to the reconstructed States. It is said that the 'Chinese giant, Chang, is dead in love with Miss Anna Swann, the Nova Scotia giantess. Dan Rice, of circus success and Congres sional aspiration, has distinguished himself by building a $20,000 barn. Prince Napoleon, in his speech, told the French Senate that tbe best form of govern ment was that of tbe United States. The Louisville Courier-Journal urges that the Hon. Horace Greeley be elected to the chair of Journalism in General Lee's col lege- . : . A Boston paper has a report from Wash ington that the Chinese mission has been tendered to cx-Govcrnor Morgan, of New York. i - It is stated that Senator Fcsscndcn never recovered from the eficcts of poison received into his system at the National Hotel poison ing in 1857. . , . , ., : The latest about Mazzini is a charge by the Paris LUerte that he is supported chiefly from America, in return for disseminating Democratic ideas in Europe. ' ' ' Jeff Davis acknowledged to members of the English press Uiat tbe military resources ot tbe United btafes exceeds too combined power of France and England. , -. . ' . Mr. George Peabody on Tuesday gave another $50,000 to the institute named after him in the town of Peabody, Massachusetts. This makes a total donation of $200,000. It is understood that Secretary. Fish dis credits the icport that the war in Paraguay is at an end. He believes that . Lopez will again rally his scattered forces and continue the struggle... . p INDUSTRIAL, ; The State Treasurer of South Carolina will realize about $1,000,000 for State taxes. I I .':! V!-.'. I i ' Worcester, Massachusetts, is to have a la bor reform convention : the last of the month. . . -i : - " . r . i There are now' one . hundred and forty- seven Pullman cars on the principal Western railroads. "' . , ' '?-..- I'fV. -! K'l. . i Several mechanics hi-Colt's, armory have contracted to go and make guns for. the Russians. .. .iv , The shipments of treasure' from Sad Fran cisco to Hew lorn aunng me past wees was $018,000. ' ; . . ; .,' ; ; : A Minnesota larmcr gathered 50,000 bush els from 2,000 acres ot wheat.-; 136, inpn with 15 reapers gathered it in 9 dayfc ,., The DanviHe (Va.) Times' says the apple crop of Patrick county is very large, and nt least 20,000 gallons of brandy will be made.' I . . i . : At a recent trade congress in Birmingham George Potter read a paper to prove that) Suez and Panama are to be the future in dustrial centres of the world. : The Richmond Examiner says that a con tract has been entered into with parties in New York for the early completion of the Chesapeake and Ohio nailroad. , The list of seizures reported at the Inter' nal Revenue Bureau includes the names of one hundred and twenty firms, mostly en gaged in whiskey or tobacco business. ' Two of the heaviest tows that ever left Albany started for New York, on Tuesday. Tbey consisted of seventy-five boats carrying 440,000 busnels ol gram. . inirty-nvc moroi boats await towing steamers. ; At a meeting of planters of Greene and Oglethorpe counties, Ga., it Was resolved not to patronize the commission merchants Of Augusta, who have raised their commissions on cotton to two and a half per cent" , i Paris, London, Washington and New York are all meditating great burs lor tbe exlubi tion of the industry of all nations, somo time within three or four years to come; but St. Petersburg comes first in the list, and will positively open a genoral. industrial exhibi tion on May 15, next year. ' ,u : A Mr. 'Kennedy' 'has'' invented ' a"' clock whose works arc moved by electricity:'1 "The whole affair is said to lie very "simple.'"1 The clock, which thus far lifts . kept excellent time, requires no winding, all the parts bet ing moved automatically, and rid attention, after it is once set and regulated, except to place a spoonful of acid in the battery about twice a year. it .. ,.-,.'.r I ... The executive committee of the Union, I'acinc railroad are in session,, at Boston. The earnings of the road for 'the first fifteen days of September were $358,724; for the same time in August, $208,885, indicating an increase of $175,000 lor the month notwith standing the great reduction, in rates for freight ana tare. , ,; CRLMES AND CASUALTIES. Mil .Jaj. a) aii:t vil .Tll-Mll Jnfc One erfloft wo& aw1ll!aifr'lbfd fathers' fciekeaWBSetesS t4;Hgntffig,hrtM Bpafta'lsft weea"""'' l-wo ll ,iIoto1 i xiu nun uuauU .VlWCU.TllMiieitJ cent Sunday tllree persons were sccgijayg i V&lamfeftflrftttW f rfffetn Utf-sSlni- telves BigWslaSiAtlferiSsWlatfi-tiwH number of violent deaths in their respeotlfM uisiirata ui Qifcy-TWYFtv.infHim.1! vv I xjum mm varuentcr, m iurmoFlUUBK nraj! BigourneyIqw, ;Mmmfttd0uic$) fast wees: pp. acwuns.pr-, raai inatnnisJcips Would be destroyed Tjy thc Min, I Aaron Bundy fla'Wett)fWtWrlTt Kl'slit- fcan'.-werfc arrestid' f fNrVifcmiiii )ostwni,-oit the-chg of wtrRSb tiSattlH their ehiW'fiboutJiT aWtrthftUf '!. Jot 1 ill - ',1,1. ' 1 'S1' I1 1 L'1I4MI r auiroest men were, recently. lound. Jiaae-U kg to one tmrApaws.PTOrieasJ They MrVnada Mrrptai tyjuw nfffl 1 A c.wrfrd'wsrridn itr Seltrttf Alaii'atteimiii ted to kibdle'il Hre With Wrosen tMr Other Bay withtnttdo9at m-'ftirmi1mrtes ther wtts 'nothing bat' etotodass sJiu manny. UJ "' iju'wi wjrwtM I'ivikh- ami. jaenrv..t nicest airesiueuxjai jjs-. Alichiga,,wap killed in, liisowphousa, iew uiguts ago oj a ourgiaLagainsip nom.. u. f" u ) f , .j,,!,. f,n,J James !Annstrair'att6mmed to -shoot hir father-in:law hi Boston; FHdTT with fcsH tolvetV'turt 'anitWBi hianaBd'jwana4od heigh bor. He then fired mt ad klHecft Ms. tnother-iD-lawj ,vMmi ?i I uW ' A Japanese sterj-mothei 'at. Asalca: blilbLf down her husband's two children in a Sot bath, jHer punishment, wasto be spw ly boiled in a cauldron pfp;, (4 'ludh eacj itep-mptherj'n. jsajca con$bufi4 . PtfrrftW' Two fchildim'rtamscl Flower ' di porBville, Dtahwam coanty,5tWBi8tasp m Wednesday, last1 in aeswg1roaeri field potn were kicked to death bv a viAtMnfl borse. They wore aged three and five-veaife. respectively.: -il it';i:l unnnh .th)i Imj,') ! A thunder storm'and' fcmrj'est; vislt'ed'flua- flalajara, Mexicol on the 13th ult !i Immense" Volumes of, hail feJL . Over ,twq ! hundred. buildings were struck by, lightning, and, five, persons were killed py. flje. suljg puid,', dtir- fcg the stem. ;,,, '. ' : i.; James Armrironir. of Booth- BridsewitW Mass.;: finished a weeks wprefe one Thursday,"! py snooting nis wira, killing er Instantly? He also shot a 'maq nimed'' Wefchv in I-the Jace. He then fled to the woods and has lot been1 seen since. " ti n! T ;A baggasc mas'tcr it ifjleveiaiiii! wnlle'cn" joying himself Jamming up runka, h'ad j hole jammed in his leg by thp contentsi'S; gun in one of tha. trunks nn,d. t03sedXcri uoaru... xuey uauoie paggage migutjr.caroiui there now, you bet. , . , ... ',. . ''ll ... ' - . . 1 j i ' . ,' I , 1! J III T71; 1 .I'lrH ,1 11 M Twenty-one licrsoirs i betonpintf lbrBock- port, Mass., were probably lost during tno1 bale on the 8th inst: Sevens bodief liaVc been recovered, 'brought hone wSd leoeitefV Christian burial, i AH thW parties 'were cm gaged iir the fishing business. 1 oak' rA ttm t- James ; Appta, whose ' disti'llef y . m jMa- delphia- had .been closed, by. the, .murdered 1 uniwu ptaws iieyenue , pracer, .JjrQOKS,. was arresteu yesterday,,. .,ue, was, seen, .to , giy , money on uic unym uie. muruerito uouert Hamilton, which drove, the'back which.top . bff the" assassins.'.., ,,, .lv -Li ,i A ferocious sow? in''Newrk,''Ohid, i 44 evenings ago',' seized a child; stripped off-its' clothing, broke one of its arms in-ftllte braces, severely cnt iu fiice-and head, nnd was only prevented from killing it,1 fey tho Interposition of a young woman whe- was near at hand, and came to its roscca. i-', i , t. 5 j. .... tit. ..,'. ,i .,7 Tho. New Orleans papers give encouraging accounts of both the cotton and' sugar. crops. They put the excess of , this, year over last at about 000,000 bales,, and Una crop will be worth more to the South .than, in I860 and 1801, for it is nearly all surplus. Tbe South now raises (or claims to raise) as mucu loou as is ueceasurj tor consmnpuuO which was not the case in previous years,,.,. ' FOllEIGlf. ' 1; -i.-A :ti :'-. ;.' iiil ,.u- b .. t-i-'l In- 11 The new economy in the . British ' Waf Office limits the supply of pens to'four dozen a year to each clerk. "'" " -' Tlie Russian Capitol will not be moved just yet' The Czar is waiting for the United States to take the lead. n,--.: : Maternal Dhotoirranhs are a Paris riotion' and fashionable establishments keep' a -well ordered and nice looking baby on hand 'lor general use. '' " The bodies of six murdered persons.1 wo- men and children, have been found in a firid near Paris.-. The police have discoreieii ao trace ot tbe assassin -,i .-i ,( t. ( mn 't in-vui Snain is ernerimentine with ' a new' rifle. the Ndhcs rifle,1, which makes 'thirty-eieht reports per minute. - 'Minute reports are giv en ot these experiments, "r ""' " The British people Jiavs expressed, theiri opinion, in mass meetings, that tbe, "law en forcing vaccination is repugnant to the prin ciples of the itmisn.constitutjiooj', -xp o .-v i The foreign sctfjemetit bf HImOli m"great alarm over tbe report w contemplated night attack by a party of '' fahaties fat the purpose of exterminating fbt'elinteri 'V - l.lf. J.l I! ,. 'M!:J ,, til i.M-'m'krtr Tbere aro.firemiBdreaand.fiftyAmeciom students in the various German Univesrities and over a . thousand Amorican , pupils M both sexes at ttrstCiass 'Hoarding seboaIs.' v. i fri'"" I" !, Jli,i;lf0' ! The Swiss government is. about to Dassji law, by virtue of which' no pereqn. can -become a naturalized citizen, without .haviner lived in the country for a certain number-ot years. ,m .,.1,,.-.,,, -rttt .,ln,t ff .nV ! . f -,-!-, It t ' ' ' -' - " " l.it.ml 1ji ! ' ' MISCfiLI,AirEOlTS.,l "' ,"''n i ... ,f m - ft ,. 1.1, .... I Table differs The dinner table fills yoiit 11.- l.i: , uie gamuiiiig uuie..euipii(B8 ii'UPi JJie.onn tiplication -enables j?u to,makgQp4.Jigi, nre,i i inh'u: l-jiTtt-r- ".iti var-H A Chicasrd ladvJ whol edift1' law5 foUrhal there, is about to tie1 -admitterr '(ytlje:bhf,, and will practice lawfn pHrtne'rSihipluwith her husband. .K-.'iul-' l H o-ir..i..mn! ti: 1 Jl llenocrat in Placer countyu CaiubrQia, has punished, in fifteen years, overt iwcrjfcp- pue1,.hogshcadsvpf (,Khjaks.andl flencs the "jim jams." jr,, 1 ,4 n-iu I Sixty-four miles lh!.,! se'venlv muiutcs"',' the time made on the. .first, trip ofUhejicw Chicago fast' 'train',.. Pennsylvania Cent road, on' thrhdinc'str'etcu.'.:. "" .',r"n' ',' 1 XI JiiJna-lili t lk niin-5bTnTrftcan Agent at Charleston, has received orders to bver '"fodroni;tHc9arjd'' OBirfan!' fttin horouglily responsible persons. 'n I 1 u it I 'it i 1,-1 ! Atiim li!oi:mf . The Israelites of New ilTork hays aroniasd a free buriai sociotyc for the, purpose ofipra-: viuiog aecent Bnermentl iin;-1U lsraebtcs- tvho tlili straighienecl ,C4rcmstaiicnid; I Bight. yeUow.everT patients;. frorn, the, r reucn corvette, now in rtew hoxk aarfjox,) hava been admitted to the OiiArnntinA Hospital. One death has occurred since heyl arpvani I J1r. XTJIU 'mi I Sioux City is 849 miles from the mouth bf the Missodrt river Omabai 888 'miles; St, Joseph, 501 miles: Brownsville, 599 miles. and LeavenwoTtbf 433 milesjoTheidld 'esfi- matesi wers entirely I wrong.-, m--.I ihI ni j ! The fates)' report frouj' ipg Si'n' 'JhaT for'pecuniary . cphsideraUpns'',:ft!.convii who is clerk there lets' ont nriSoners hefnrn their terms : have ejpirek-,He Tt8l.heeri' I The Britrsh,!iind'T6rcigh'BibirJ'SbfcfeTT1 pines us -organization nas iiibmouten "70, 510 485 Ttihlfi unrl Tearjimmtn ; ' ' , ' !!, ,ilJ Miff" 1 The police of Cork 1 pre ooming rouit. (be ante-l enian stats, , Altbaugh. Jlrilliman- like, they disilain Wafy. revolfers:! ,yt (,.,; ; :Arattleshalre'5'raef;1rJrigTafaa: ,.havtrig'28; feflHM'l Timfl Vtllfil lnI'Wonl.'''AnnnlU':VMr rattles'' was killei h few ilsivn 'ftMo'1"1- ,,.TUW , bUUllbl, f O.. 1 :i rl I ..i..it'rti- ' I - ii. n Ms -t a -( Annul t. 1 In, Delaware they, .are iwry,; jpprieoHy iryiug w rvpi.n ww wwcn requires a; mm, before marking to give bonds in $200 fos gooacenayioru.j ,., ..,.t 1thK M, lro I Sneaklmr bf the1 'last WoVdsl',Sief:wW1'a Strikingly appropriate remaVk1 bf "if 'C&Hrorl L:- .11 t.....' J , Ded Dy a brotner "whip," c I'm on th' dqwti 'igfadd' SDa' Om ltr. 'l- 'In' -.' ! 1., v ii ;.j ,(f ,h'H 'x't'f'io" ! xne jacvsonctnuacatii6tnsilouwec rwnenBar varey:,wa?i AbMt.SfieisaMai.d ot jus speccn at inis place, ae lrutiriUenl veryanUCJ HeiumBedaPianAdowsnsraekv ed bis fists; together,, 40 oitad, and SbMeblr' be was quite witty. All at once he stopped, told the drummer tq play a. littl4,untlMro he stepped behind the. curtail atd.lttnJ&i jus drawers, as he naftburfiattfcftj'wt yyti Terrible Condition of Snaia Um4 rlftnarc8lt er&fct!ttt,Wc' fipnrf'WNisrly:-riras(Mt frff 4beir"3 feyWtnsSjH uHBytd"wl rMByfPno jother remedy is obtainsme, by. juynewofctr?1! IrriClMatjiM'-rU'fnrirt4ief; be8fl WrJMi rwWiaa!! kkUWirtawiwdkrfllci"an' hvithont a bribe. -f&6aMuMl territoriaWtoVWMB msls.aMd!ea-v lorfcijwt lWHiiM abaAfeaWaiordrkrii. trbPtwX nrtntrrrMie.wnfr' Lu. u: 1. 1: vs. i:r- ! c"i? MX rn.ua uiggesb vi mem uvea uih uie iu ot-xw persDnrgh. JWff!IDRg-Wegmlg WBre vair b'iM ItisWrWSetlMTgeii- MiMbsotwrjtWflstlasytirWflotcd It wo officers who murdered nine persons who I 3imliHBMceBfrbuf' wrV'lHft'resfirig treasury is insolvent, the -'pXTfTrf WifhrrVI Eeaaers, ana tnercs "enrMtftt aewsseffast IHtlliftteiH'f'wAoWiht' ivr tHraS" Vears. jaM WreeWmayliaT rffeiitlcMi'Sr'tBJ1 4 soirMi 1 bam an sv fMuulifeiMsn ilWlAlvsf Mian) HMarf; (Oliver, at th-.Tetdai atSlRhriaerM DixlWoft (county, Mr. James H. Daniel to Ml ifAvV h. FksiMi an stDmatml ," . '" um -edarice of 1ir. tJ.'."KM1v. hv. Rev Walici W !dnooottbtvbrld, rlaotseti, mi6rtmmel Ma4vS. Comocnr St Hiss O.' atoLSLLln. ' pf'.dbno.r'io JVlTfi 'ftfWX, ;)(ABmDvttrthc Xpteaopst' Qhunk ia 3cp tliat! jNeokf eatke l4hf'ini( r fiona lJ. flittwb: of! BeMrSfearg, Vi i Aurxi(H 8ioTil;QH.,!tiF Halifax eomtjL and if ls 'Nabib JC, Odoxs, 'ot jPStettbirC.'.T"11'1 lotf .irt, -.ill .J f.a: IIUtBtaC at Warsaw, K.'C.'I'oV'flie 'afhTna t.'. county; Fa w.MIbb Jloiaj ypy,, pt.Dnr Mlkauuip.i ... )., . .1T, .. u 5;., ! -.. if i.'ii iii.'.i'j t ,nri ; ii iiirr'i)-tif Drfcrk ln'1Eobe'.tindli on1 Sundavli2ta fnst.lti-: SiicHAf. $tofiwuaffeto a,t (fi W Jf?Rh.?,t ".!.! ra iU tn.' IDlBDl ioj lahte, '.Baturday. jnccniiuK Unl. JUiDiSA HAia,'wif bMr:'Jgepa O. HaUjI gaf PlyoarsJ' -iris ietH jn.i ulisr 7M atrp-, DiEDftWreSfaenee of Drf DuiicAif'afaare:" in Wilson, on IUS '101B fflSt" 01 Typhoid Fever- in the 19th year of Ins age. Dies, on c 2Qth lMtant,.at.Uie, residence of ft P, Caniiron, )fi'sborr?'.PI'WAB)i- isqjo-jiniantJipa ,01 40jlm.Yr;,snd.eboc(!a H.. jGrakarn, sKcd, w jear.ne'niorrth, tjnd eight daysj-w irBlofWjd c ..fi oi Ivxooiilj i i s..i DriD.W Rowan 1eo1mf7;''kuirfet 97tB:' -Mrs'. SiBiH'PBBiiBfej'ftel (B ycartv 3 ujotatbs 'aria's -jMiiiisioiiiu H'ti 7,,K"ti o: i-j WtHu jiu ,iuj JDibd, lu praves county, jrt, thsylBth day ot July, 1869, Henry Babelst, aged 41 years, IQ knpaiaa4a8yaii v Kmii tl vii Ancul Mr- B.i wasbotm-ln liineohi county, N. O4 the Sutltday bAugwt,;l777;:;was"a consistent mem-; her ot ttaaiPscsbvMHan Church for 70 years, ani Tar tnany y&fcs a Rifling EMe la fnlty Charch,' jLiaola6uwtyY He served in the lirte war with EgWd.?d ai u-jiuo -' 'i j.c.S.'.( rfiil diiw .'?Ia)lcigK.;'3Iartets. 111 -u i! II, -CCaiKKOTBD IMULT Bf Uilfr. - -Witliamr c. Cpcanreh, Grocer, .i (fa N..wM.MU!.iiiiuul'W f?in CON Der Doniidt x.'.c : 9niM , BirBF-rpoond..'..?:;:;:;:!?. -wiK UT I BB-...... CAUDLES! taVmsntirt,' fet .'!. .-A.'-. . V KSilafibfPoonT,t.'i-'''' priICKENS-Seprng) apiece ... 15(B5,, Berbaln vu. ......... J SS'..0 COTTON-iierpoBnd:...,... CORK--per .-tashel...... ..'....,-..... '. ,"180 fiimB pgr QQ)KP .-..V... Si i ..!.:.. .. . I V) tier barrel , 1 00 , T" ' 40 . - ts - i mm so waa i,T iw " i .iaa. 13X "I w -I i. II AY (metdbw) per kandred., Tioiiri'.T,.,. i. ., i . . r LARD-per pound. . MKALpcr baibeta..!; nuLA9Dju toew crop; per gwj...,;., MBTTSperbarrel.,.. OA. r&--per boadrad. . . .. . u . ...' J: PORK per pound. i.. pJEAS red, per bushel, j I . wmta.'.. m PBACHBS-dried PEPPKR black. . . .. .". .. . . . .....'. ' POTATOS8 Imh.rer buabel.... .. ' rsi ue BTAECH-pet pound....,..;.-,. -'A' 10 .(;- 15 - Ii l S15L',, S r.tU BPICE Ter nousd. BHUCKS per hundred., ..i... ...... iuGAushfelv!:! ; -bait hrown.Mtii.i.)..,. ux.t-i .'f iiia I US;:., BO AP tarpeauTM.ui . . .j . . . . i ,;, . . f.t.. i TURPKMTINBV-iiier 'eiilon til f .OUKi ill II II yiJii-jUKiatii ViLMiKOTOKi' 6pt,; a5,Spfrits ' Tnrpetifii met at BotJii' steadj. at. 60 to i.;.brnli( 'umenline 10 In SA, Tsr . S 00 . , rattan L JI F- Z fTiTtJ "A --iir-'-m ,J7' r.r-. tfew, . YoKX &epi. at-!otton opened firmer arid slued' beuvr. -with miadvuMB jalM 1:1m kletakasi I Fkmrdnnaoflllnfri(r(is1rpernh etatM tt4tL it Whetl toSe. 5ower? -winter' wsWitt al47tol6rY nnho4Ut46f ' wsite ilicliigari-'af 64J Com' elosM i fcSc. lower, nscttted at rtliint WrpehfiS32tbfi1''Ko'sin!stea'dy.1'"i'reighte I.oimv Se$ttfibac' 85,-r-Seeuirig. Console. icMse4vj.,i Bonos steady.t '.'ci.jiv.li.j vnr "Peis." B6pte'nrDef4'KB6nWApcrJcd stekiyl i i i in urn i hi ii ri is i ii i iv I. Hi hlu : J i'i ( .i, iiii i..f .ii fM K,:.i 1,-rt ....ri I 1 r s4 V n n , , nira lhHiriVHii j .:en n id R. TOBIA8' CELEBRATED VENETrAW UtjJQtEOT wheaa woadarfoi mrea,tsure aid Mteltaaiaaoani aaani kiidsc of -Tbnlc iRfnnaWtisaf, HeadMhkToothacse.eradp.Ctrrst' pnrasalih,'ranH B5rsantej, .bar, heveias jtonished the civilized world, is no new eaten-"' beMft bl a4 SrtlcW tfct'Wst'cWfliHcst of itwenty-tfrJyeaWroetenof mbna, pile1 ana fivpldlj' unerunsing acmnnu si uooe me surest eyiuence lof .lts pscfilness and, popularity.' No ifani shouldbe5wltlioiLtl fiottle lb thchonseV' Hon- fJ.' Vllatf aR? ffrhourofsuficViBjj may $WMrt DyseBterx yicld.at once.to; PtjilaifV-FW P'PPWtiesMlti 910) ia vl taoewt, ajifcbei!iiSBtf .dtjMraaB ar i jyfurogci child. r$?.wVei!t vjljai J nMtiue.euro;w npepn,7aK raeoraroeM So ffosr UsiiteMpuaaasdsitst'nyslclans WconV-H tmcad-n ib-tfaeer f rtiKda-iij -rt lo mto oit Soldby theDraggisuaBdrefieetiert? Price; ifVv 3ewiiVbB)MUri 'TW'Kr Psrk Wnf!lirt't,i?i' Jiwidit i,-mLij,'-,LiV t-'i.l i.: .ir. :tf.Kfiftl od makes bl lood be pur if? fe a..tonlYMr:, 1 111 l".lr!W,vlu,fftfflulwll- llr?jtl Food makes blood ; blood teakea the" body. If Jtbe blood be pure, the body oeeltliy.'' golf we SWMtlMteaHbiwe-knowoniV'ImpTlA-ltles are ?ortitrlODt Whtetfinait be' renioTcd,1 and tne koimerthe. better:'1' "'.' w-t!A ,io-ti ... the i l-jn t Fills have, arrested the 'iftentln,bf .enlighloped HeniA.te.1day .ijraUc)!aq4,two, busdred; (nnocence and valBfr,c)jainsers. of ths.bo.wals. r!T094n-nsriiu nite di mmvt lid i" $heirj&tpUvdt.ti tilo4iaiitBattth rA0Mre !AastorsnMiial pa-tad at.ga expense, i sRnfripwkaTasfck-n'OBilmTOlmry im tak OMOEMteelpseslofT BmadsecVai'MtK rb kst euredi ernlr ettld awwNk Uh1bokunJ MB-llyW-Drlfgtriltlol " 4iMtlMiim,3 mo :AVJt tlS Btrj!d'rlWktftft Mrf SMt--ofKoU 1 LftateWjfanaWe han Uiaj ahaWeia,sedit1ha,uU, ofaa913emitMyqwipaMi Suia'.ieUjg,! tnCikilieisaHr; fftMOwf wtHuonBtbeT-ukti ltiBSfevJc(r W n9ovbs oa tn hn ai rbaell 1 nt -utrltwl l . - Bi... 3M al woni r in" "Ti-; , . i "liiT-J Vflhrajaedea: MtJo4ijfelrtoei' rwaantee ttaojdsina,tethlopaiiq f VSUTBOawSAIK fRESIJiVAIlva Dressing, acts like a charm on4hajHeift uvuajpi vipomaiM rte.nitif is-juao4' xM'!fp,MV?''ttintaf enef,' fikr mfhlft Slioai; 'oi "the 8tli' llist .' by BrandreUCt PUU remove.aXlftorn tkerjslemicMch tlfnhi'tger.,"'''', ?, ' feeVobde'rful'iurc's '. elle'ctea ra'ndreU, kn&ftw'&metigm fi thf AmJ. - i -vl I .1 ji . - : ,T . 71M WO STT-l I r.i!0:?BfiBJIiH,itrrPU88IAjfiI Kccantlv 01 New rork. otrent Ltnosewnoarci fsring ffom weak and defective tta, hiS ' " IO IM I Ml" f'fBi .It 3Vim llzrX i.iu. 1 rufOLZ. Lit mrao A000MM to act or BOMm mum rm,, , . n nmuaoT, m tm ocusi xtkx .I,.il! ToinBrnuiir-riliiiTtrTt. "' 1 " til J-i r. 'i i'W -irll - AlrJ t&) Oitl 1- A ! ., , I nr.. T! l.T!.l9-liII" r ... . - t not Mi"" -!li iV ll!' ,'.'.(J1 .litll 'O f- '- hivo ,iil Ji'ia ijfl-lli.'ll' .11K!' l-'T.'n;iii d ;n il-jiJOT S-jrfifl..'' vm'! -!!iii- Imh f i tf-SttlvriAi Jh '. ' EfTTTHED ACCORDlVfT . , , , . f TOAOTOPCofiORESS 21 si'"1 (' ' frf WTHC VtAfIBaBl na RCRbu&nnT in .... ! . i '.i : )'oiciwsffcTiii ioi 4if h DISTRICT COURT OFTHE ... , UNITED STATESOFTHE .-, .... i,.r,-t ,ua jr-W''''!"" hr.i. '. i huo oM JWi'J I .i-fint i;:r. al'.tl fine .' cLVWMi 1 ,niai),. tut i !i 3.1H ,-V-fi'vl'v1"l sdnli tfutl aiun s 1 :'7vir a 1 ni i!: nf beif !ivr Iniafftnir .lutoifi. a Superior to anv othertn nsl-rOBtraeteBki ao cordanca with.tue science and ahUosophjipf na- 'Ure,lnthe.BecubarJorm nr1o - , m,; (...lAOKCAYK PQNYEJSi EIJUIj?SI3.i,8!i, Admirably adapted, to the orgaos at mat, aed . ' J ' rl i- r-i f - -j - - At 111 Jul I IB n OO r-fl lr,t I u V,';,fi Speotaelf " -' b'a-- OpSleU -' 1 aaf aeVatetJ 1HS auvabtaoisqT 71 lucBO-Bjivciacrca vrcrnii others areiffui nj . lliiinb o4 s rnod."( 1. They can be worn WHh -perfcet Ae ' fo an v itiusUi dft tine t oaa itUoa. triiian m- tonishuig cicamisa of isjon. (ry candl or any; I otfier artmcwi ligpi, -comior yi, ine spcc;arej.. .'2:''Hw td'scteclt'ilasslBa.' 'It'Veaniras pfofwisioTial g6ttauce,-evetfWacD good articl' is offered. 3l. Bernintdt eot'only ia be best Glasses .4has aq be touad in tbe fHrkctoutil carelutly examine fbeicjss i Bii,paoeDta,.ana.-1 iii;.H Wlek the erda ache or vafn throrjeh 1 the action ot brlglit itgnVsueB as wreneetea-i fretn tbesnow( sunny waatker, witepape,BiI inMBdiogi wyrtiDg -or isawng, or -eiviowcpierea i IuuIim, thn.lftnKi hp snltfininm ihnraxm- Mf.- These7 Snectacies ''mS ScietiffcarTf adjurtsd-to every cose of 1 AefeceTVa WgbtJw4ta neerrlnc eeoarcvj: whetber ArieUMr Jlrwej lisjJ strain. vverworJti orpremalare deeej'tK'bv ejvfi Benjbardty.pae new aid,.ciat; priucipje, euUr81: j ,.y..-t i .:.-",.. i'..n,) I--iu iiOf i:tu 5 1 After Several yearU of ptrbJfc trac- J ttee-J'diBStrn eoeetacles to natieow 'UBder 1 every aspect ot-ddoctlre vteidn, as -woik an oiHij penance i n annteBive,;IODg 8toll!ieai6ni ness in his Uotioal Stones, bolhibcre and in Eu- roni. Dr. Ilernha'rdf considers ' It a ,' sufficient : guarantee of bis ability to supply Sueh Klassce ' as are oesi-caicwanxi lor uh aeuHoo9- ew in." perfect isutvinn i nb ,,u. utii m Jini ;a 6JJH. Bernhnrdt. to siiriuilizs huaself from the host of preteadere io ;hi - pruleatroo, I with oride anbmlu lor insDection. comes ot teee- imoniels be has received from medical gentle men of tbe most- umrae8nraaore--respeciaoiray and talent in America :. also a DUtDDe et cerua cases irom well kaowa csnUcBien f distitietiea who have need, bis spectacles the original, qf ., all which be will be happy to show to tbose who mat reouest tt 'The use- of any. bt tbe follow ing names or certificates bereuntoefnitaV-wItu- j out an actual poueeaion Oi tSe Mmey woulai be! a lorgery, a oapiui,oiiaace,,punjnsaaoie. iOy ,pp imprisonment..) , ...i, Tesumoay oi Kecomneoaaiiens irom j Medical Gentlemen, Professors of the highest J IUtk.lmU ..lent in f'i IrnAI , -li1 rjQoQ,.iu ' ,ij ..:..11 wii .u -loj'-lii 'l-0 I i i.fMO'- i Jl-i ii ifUMI 11,1 V.il Ul.''' V V: . iKaloigh,iAgrt 34thi, 189. v. I- have-icarefnUv icxaHiinBd! PrSftaeeai'- Berani hardt's. Spcctaclea, nd ak gea ptewiirft )a recommending bun to those who. haviog- defec- tlve vision can be made' to see more clearly and distinctly Br the nee ef Hasses.i Ho has1 wob-'- derf ! ekill ia tbie Msnebb- .in.ui .,!...) i ltie Mir ueaas euppuea me. who arajaasuiaa I peUDlejOl most .superior, quality asa.KceiieBV. finish. ' They enable iue to see flow Jo read or, write ft the .ordinary focal distance,' as ' btearly ' eM diettoesiy ee iia twenty ycersgoi - h rtrj cheerful is bear teetiraMT -botb taSbe-Praeeasor'S skill and to the;woodorftil1jrpnerties't'il; ' to inJeiq Tuilia iii:jLm2Z. i.: ,.Tr V . riSea ! ' Ita(cItV,Aitttst' a4ti,, i(J?!" w.i..-x- Ji;-4..v.. iL i:..jt i unit; urcui, umBmc ill miviiiu iubiiud k dbscb I have obtsiiied (snd am now astng) from Dn Hi Bernhardt eo-e U intra aoaree ot water oowifert than ad; I euvva previoaslj: uaad j, my .own eitpol ' nence rauy sustaining Jtao jteMimooiaii ioi ceiience ana commenaatipn wuifnne ass re-, ccfrcd frbm gcntlcrtfcn of science anB hlsh cbar- aeter Intarioss-parts of oaraorry. W Imii !'- Pirn jc i .mat. Utptuu, ja.iiu.nii . 'i-no!:'ii-v illi r mul i m ,,,Kaieiehij, cM,Aiag8.loi i te.ftelnleaefli'e f etiatlnt'tftawl nwrrtTrnM:- tbs ai8aea ot M. Bernhardt,: OchHat and pti- 1 cien, and ibrnk thef ate ef the beat materiel Sad: 1 WWWW-'W 1f,rH?rT,il!t:,, anna tm fit IwwyWWMWVW MigiMfiSSj sall T.rVyn.iyjaftifijiUoiit (l irjaimli F. J. HAYWOOD, M. U H (i-ll lnillliij - I'liuiin -juj -.j tt .jjinidl t vl t.1 Balef jfcf iAgtty 84J " Ior-BoYn(iar4(.Mllefl at ntytMaseeadtxtirVl tei so me jtkK line eworttucnt-of AwUlie-tinr. :tal.ilassc, whiohre of;e vy sapariof QualiU , ana workmdhship. I take pleasure'1 in cayiag. ithat the glasses I have obtained from , Professor' .Bernhardt are t rae'a sonrcajf greater otarbrt Hhin aaa-.ilimfremsiweTavasdMhcerfttlly ' C9iaiid.lfui toithosei who spa; be to needo glasses. w. 11. MCh.JJE,,il.,Ji!ri1T Alter an aitcntive examination 01 -toe various ioow .11 . ,u. UD.noiuii ui 11 . ...uui llli.iu ,actontr4fcf With MexplartTdn'eP'nW"nrde- f preparing and adjtratlne; thdatvii S'wtth'fereejtl pteasuro I aula ray .bbsfcof J)iareab-ekiU..eod loli tbc benefit which those- oced&glasiea meat J nenvtt iruui uis uafii&uiuci: j j, tt ..t.. j.' .- - -.. --i M f.-u mi lie mm ii vaitldin'i; Una bivuLiai Cos Liimj li nti' T , ; . n- . n , ,1 . ...... t. ... w. - vJ. I jtaieiKii. AiEiaiiia, ifliw" Di Wii'OCTHsT 'inerrtleTah. hit B toed ate eeith e.ipair bi apeeatlM eapartoi to anAMicies 1QJiLuai,.evr aaekjacMwir. JJtu material is AuiUau.,crj3tfJj,tlc,. ouiitj!.,o( Iwhlch renders vision Very,' clear and distinct, ana rnirair me tu Trail' otict wn:p wirrr as nmcu casesli:d'tri oiweKTrwo.,l Bis aeeortv tatebtof Dlasseaia meet coapleat, araithe.lalsh ny Derlect. " -,..1 take great pleasure in rccqmmendjpg Uhp.yO lr si uil.l Jlul I ,' DR0Rr.Arf.:iA.'"!ii r tiii t irnvon m-i '.Latb PnalbsntDavtaa4ollcgd SwOii Jl' !!.t li-id i (I h-xlntlill I .-jnrt Tolina-il Kaieigq JMIgM JWWi OtwTo It rival mt pleaeuc-tD seesjitaeM toitfaeifex- 4raordiiiai7. valna ad exTasaal -the eli prepared anA furplabed by Prof. Bernharut 1 Irjtfiose who abed imfltrlal'aldfortlierr v he will be et tbe'highest seWici" J i'ii.n hr.c.T'iil.tim viii (inrl . M.i ATKmsNiTad Pastor of PrcsrttOiiti,,,, it. i"l nil I iifra ,tiril aid tit aoi:ll 1-1,1, :,.i tiii StarfMk Cslrqlamew executive Department, I liars exanloed a lanra ntimbe'r.Af thai catssae lot Prof. H,.Bernhardt, audiwithinleasnric certify to, tbir sdperto ecelU7ncb' I wear ' -pair of v Itjent ans see as 'perfectly eyi coTmHtrtny yoatb. fTaey ssartata kceS'I-eaer WBeeV-eod. itaofetare V.TS13 nil c4 Jayi,to ), WiiteV of SWtt araa.1' yiTtrnui ban ixaoMrvSi teASrrtUBnt ..i.l-.! 6'ciaaibea, tfnaaia, laifti a Su;, J bnm4r(jB.lalliid aetlBleetary teat-! the spectacle procured from sou. -and 2 Lave tbe bleajrUTTftO aSvlbaf the1 glasses are belter adopteVH ItarWitk.whiotlirnDattad tborlaeeea taJaaea J ovbtt cm mew anvTDBTaeverueea. ane itcw lurniabcd me cooeiaaivd ieklearif yal eetear, I rawaetautaasawioi MtJrSjefslo(l.erJtB r4v.cjKiia((aa, . ... . v, , verv rcanectiui v vimiaif ' ' - -BomooiiJ ui. ,mm stfAJifaa iB StBTlk ai .I,Ib - ... " " ' ' - ' " ii Jlod3 I lMyBepramcdatuiiribcr.ol,PJrof.BOT klassesanS afur '"OW ,tiInf aalt Of them, and' TTfeatrarw ifresriTy mgloirftWy'fttTMe-iiW I tee bettertban any I have used, isUtslti Mtcfaio " " Caa1 ot 01 JCrBS'' J('iJ" -U V'liJsii'rl riFffiFffi intiln-jLi perfectly natural to vne ey c,uroie r aiiogeuiei; tbe'best artificial help to the human vision ever invented.'' Used Only 4iy'- y-: a'u :- fi di'ijl i'i'-(iilii .-in 'i If ,v!n ijt lection there teem to be some adapted to remedy r''WiLoH' gisaop oi florui Carolina. 1MT. ThA llfrinea betwfctT Ur. Bernhardt and f sW OpUaiaaailss escstoa? taiwysaaiwaltai 1 a w tine uieywi "7 av aLet WwiS it taot MiebloW Zd well-known geDfce-f tbo BnMed BtetM: anong whom sre : , G. t'ortln, owu"" , ' 1 nL rmt i-ov. of Mlm, . E. FcntOB,""' "9 Hinr A.i8wtlt.. i Gov.f N. T. iTA'. ! oratlo Seymour, tR F. Wortan. ' 1 . B Sertf " tfd WchsrTia,-'-'" J - M. M. Paltoa,GoT.ofAla. CONSeiTATtQtM jTKSJC.-im, i-iiT v n r in. u MttBaante elaewaen. Dr. Bernhardt wUTbe U(4 M email nf aliorttime. I MPL0Y Xk EDLiLB3. t;riU ,.t Aug. 27 ; auiif i . tJfje-iJAwllB.' '- rtliim a n-Tf zti-l t .... , :, :.lr.i Lancfdmpahy.: FOB THK LOCATIOV OF a ortnera &'iuropean Improved FaaraasVi TiaaasjiT'Si'.'Mawi . , , ... .a:fmi'cAbw ta isiit :-i Also of ftttesu TetSKed aMl"nVfAral Stsns. .n i On Consignmsi.tSvi'c hrade'.on. atW:( , MASVTACreMM AWJK1ITS Jfor Imprpved'",Agt1crHrft(l"Ini '?r --"-ijir..TT.7.'J-:i,':'.f "!-l illt id NEGOTIATE IiOANS fi-fijr,il!iii b3fKtMeii -Vi'ji I In i :;0-,l 7'ili (Those hav'iauils 'r Tamat tor sale, wIU ' And it to their interest tacommanicaU with thia - Company. Jon o aum ; KiV.' , rjvtofl 3.'trr.-j! 1 1 :u r-'fc uuot 'iik. ,i Ot'iLIiO.Blnbuiia us (.! ii. 'ii -n AIiBIOMi -W. Ce - Gso. LrrrLB, Prm.t - R. W. Bust, See. 4t TVeee, Hon. R. W. Bkst, late See. of State. Coif esbM.irn.V,late Ui .8. MarelaL ,; : u 10. w ,.ftWJBP8o. liaieigo n auvnei omuu , i . . BJ ltiSoslal, latp ofltaw Tork.. f. .-I:,-, n t'tt .r.. . t L'.w . ilHi 11(1 '.;... l-Ksifl DnawwwAisiptfimKi' '' ' ''' 1 J. Bleecker, Agent at New Tork an4 a)o- 1 i . i ion. 7TCedar 8treet.il w York. - ; auK:ao ,-.fi:ei 40-fcwSn,,i , l!,V i W' DiiMHtr its'iriinlra iflBArvl '' i i;; i-l .' , -t'.'jii Tnanrc DeSartsatata, i u, - RiLiian, September 8d, lSBtL - BX Genstml AeseaiM-r sf Worth CsioBl Id . . accordaace jwitur the Ceoatitateaei et -tb Itatte, liaving .ieyiea) special taxes, as the sans all" M'a'ncelal tax bonda" ' Issue'tl trraid of Batrrosds nnflnlshed at tbe-tlma i pf tee BdopUon 'the Oonstttritknr, ka)4r-W a law uotkia ana nomirei mat , ier lenenei wmom r lecamadue-oa th Mst k ot Aerii. 186e.ee .. inch bands, will he paid on presentation of tha , uuytii tuu)niu tu iihu,u, ,u, imhu i, laiionoi canK-oi ' riOTta vaToima, as nareign, ' CiiUi'f--n f.'i'Uti nil-, itu MTU , i,itfii..o- And fnrttMi. that titeHeet which, will lisootaerii ue os tbaiaiday of October, 1369, ontheaJore. ,1 aid special Ux"boad," will Ckewlae be paid . s above, on and after thelast mentioned data. ' ' .ill I l.i iiuuMl.e. o B.'A.' JEKXINfl."' Mp4 dSUrSe oil Btate.Treeuren.iih ! r, " mi i ii mi if.'iil , 'I ! ii u uni m i'1,11 f L ANKS BliANKp ! -1BE . lOliOWINa . BLANK ABX NQW '. nrlntul mrtA fn aalt. mt thlm AfRfMi 1 ' l""""- -in 7rr.--i.d'i -t, i. i-.-H , JOBiDttXRIGI WUCUOWUt -in i IndiciBioBtlortarbeeky .a ram ti-.-iii n:i'i " lr Misdemeanor Unlawful Fence, it it ii ii Koad .lUee ai'rtq Bhrfeiiri,' l''J,i,Hii .t .,!,- j.i KetatHag'withoaf .UcaaaoynmM lUiA'iln 'V:FoUlTeflaaw-r,:.. i , ,i, 'a: p4.:a: 4c4nrcatioaan4 Airalteryi: .ic:.v.!ii.ic1WRfrJ3arrj- ' -"J tr ... tj -In 'i juai..uiivap aiiatajoit iiuuitii ihi.J!a.i. -if, :: .! . ii i.'ih leaatenlscatlo Bond, . uk.'nir, :'l,'.o Sm Reoeiptst-Land Deeds. Sheriff Deeds, FOR SUPERIOR COURT CLERKS: '''f','!, Bnperiof Cetirt Sbbpeentitv-BUte and Crvlli'1 " I-.ft oiiiV jt.Yen. Et; ., jm.i'Uia i;'u..i-i .." . , . Canlea.' . .-. . ... , idmmons in aotioDS for lbs recovery -of aioney only-A..rB. aud C; ' jT "- iamnion-4Delione for tbe nesvttry Often pet" cen u-ooi nja neTaoupiaint i lea man liaav i Dbtint aervedl N;v..l,ii.. 1. .i,.m .ii. ju FdrthcomlrJg Bonds;' ;" i t.jy-ji imw; Bood'lbr Coats''J'U) ''i vw-ii! inil.!a-iv BasUniy.BoaeiHr jpj i,lia ,f,. ),-liisi 1rlfc '.in- .i.-i, Eiwrtioiwagehistftoperry,1--'W aw luiowiiMwmaataaaifmata r,Timinetoa at a ..MaariadrWaaian, j-.. I. -i-uu tvjrei tt-w kfagtttrata'S 'itfuamoiis, - -j' a 'lu 1 n r 1 m i ? ii Wjow liHgrsim, iii-xn ;-.t;-. .1 t 'm SV.f""""?. -,i.i,M.I, Mit Hi -1 li" 'qAfraehm efit ., ' 'M' "" " BiHmmata.'"' -i ' . -' tWarraerU .iui-.ri '.i-i, tt " Dlntn TL'e. tiaminsnon ot ijcrmpiatnani ana liln enuataus on maavit--toatiatr-.ivee waaraeia,,-, aet of eoraartmcnkito, ieM lo, mot flneaeai I. Mireiiaa en Iffian the Ma . Bono! ay the pef eridan prevent Chs reraova. , Confession ot JndgmeB,'1qaw''"' nwi i'a Bond glveoJrrtoaacleleBiag goods atteobedU, 1 rarmeontag.jitoaa) tit .- ..,tnj 11, ...in. 1 1 ,-. 1 1 thl aiove bTanla kr4 'fn-' VkinfntMfv vtM. tfca- bewOMntltdtRrBV' ,.. 0...1. -nil nj,iS piFkiA&U. UlUSa ilk be): tpnanpUf aU , eBdadrtcvoijiiliiLa .idw i,.i.t n,.i Addresa.-ftrti iu J(. as LITTLBFISLD, , : BE1SLEY . COTTON PlffiSS v 1 .-inn . i r arr, jk 7tTiJ-.Tr-1" ""rT"f7 -( lbs Simplest, aaWfiant nUOimfeti Hsa4 - yrf rnJncF-n nuii (,o.iun ul -u ,.; -ii:btt)rl tf JUCKivtlTii :,isnei Uun ai fAlifESrvlUltSIUNatOO.-. n-r -rtlftj''immm eeMfedeaa ebd Manbioiata, afP.lwea, mli 1.Pejebar,V.. l ite ..w AAtr'Tiilwr' 1" fme,M is ifJifii PW I VM. ,.,.: if-tivj ii-'aw i-w.'-r!.i; in ,t - - i Wffl be bhaujeA iriiatatls-, ,v Nt' thlaaat iflSnanidirSe reeidaaeea in I UeJiL-italDaaaatwl.aeDTk BUa the , DasitoVjon, riew , Been s'tract. (ttnawn as Um CoUoq iTlaccl.rrHonac SO feet front by 49 feet baaewlebft U toewtei (tfi phMb la aaeb k snr- 1 KnnjdearJaHB isanraetlniit lawa-aa aloat a aosat Covered with large oaks. , .' 4 ' e ( Xbemanaieri-fiousejQnt bolldinga, fences, c. I 1 ,lllV4UftWlwilTIUUBi:.UUI 11 1 I ... .... v a. , .1 . Ut3 UUIb IICCU UUk ill iUC UlUBb LTCIlCViV VTBn, : : rT . ,1 . j. , - .. . . I lbnroereViaiTtaalaceiia'ttTieMrl ewTnrecrTnTOBnoirc, wnreB mettea n mum at VMJWiaiaTrietitataii wMaresa,- j,.,.- NORTH CAROLINA LAND CO., , ijaauilol 3"L p oaUii, I. j I r p OWi'i re It' ti I ntir 'li:: . 1lnMMsrfaftl1). k.ks JOkeV , y 8mlw.s ln .'. 'luirieespl. ltJ)-t6W)r.',til At.tli .-PROPOSALS W1LI IB1 receivoIaS tWotoeisatdceesea' tel tlx Eaeea . bf iDtrehftiaaU atratra IoUiw)ng .trpi)lie6 for , lbs quarter ending ..all .. ?KmQti,:oiw,wTn; , - Wfferc5rrrMrjo1rt-BajT:'' l'M(in lli.,: injatPorto Jskro, asant lWpoOBeaV vir. v I WectewbeA about Vberak t!1 ,( a&s, rtttyaweliab6Tlt l,fletpa4iaai - 1 baldesv baVl,00 poaaeavi 1.1 l'),:-ii' eaBefeeajCbaar,CHitianloev. ..; !U1.',,,;; RI(rjButb(Uiu,abomt2 pound.. .;,..;. 3utter,Njw,rorV State, about 5O0 poondi. ( 4 Cbcese; pri mc'Tactory, aboat 896 povnds. ; - Herrings, North Caroliaa -t,-at au rels-u 11 in-) lit ,1 ,;. T a -" I l-L' I faneajUMeetMatwaHa9eaeea,,u, 1.:. ; Bias win oe receive jon au. or aaoaeee ia - ItajH.. T . ,,. wf rnk-a if-tt'vlL In pro' iposmg ior ins apove. auppiies, aeaiera , 111 bid for sneir grades- OBlr :a S i$r,nt fsntisk' eamarea af are apecine a for waiebXbeac blA m , n-t -. ,--,-. t H ytdesat Ueoj qf Jjlreetoae-j,' ( . 1 . una w.lbl v.i),, A s ft , "jjot Jiaaf I. 3aaaWijp iu? Hi-a (me, lui.fiini 1 im 1 mi " Waualiaila:3ta3n.jIJ- -Om W ll-J-anaraaea open .SleaW ath; M eh 1 Cptitaw teanbar ), tnent October 1st; of tbe nM ctTeet-ei;'nd of; o, tka Ksdicai Dept.(r Theoloeical Depart- tke- Law Depart faaat etOatnOtTl! !(, Wll Ul-IM -. I ll . .: : - nvkin-.aiia. Ta.tka. Aaademle DeparUaantai , bos half remitted to orphans of the war. I Gratuitous to, indigent students forthsCnlrs- liam Mruisfrr,J Vm catalogue or farther tale. LMSMrraMMeat-ol i a. W. BaJUgOH, 0.& v r aJr-Hiawf A . tem:A$XM&fr;.: Ooieev lajfUyra, asow nso peaada. ! : '. The above articles to ba ef good quality, inW : cct tpibspecflon and rejecfioff. and to be seltv-' : red at the rrnrthotion trt sne time and iaaaell 1 K at