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Republican Meeting in Wayne. 1'iirsuant to previous notice a meeting ot the Republican party was held in the Court house in Goldsboro1, on Saturday, the 25th hist., for the purpose of nominating county oil'iccrs; also, candidates to represent the county in the next Legislature. On motion Gen. V. H. Brogdcn was called t tltc Chair, and 1). J. Ezzell and .D. C. Grandison appointed Secretaries. The Chair explained he abject of the meeting in a very appropriate speech to the Convention.,. . , , . .. , ., Ob motion of John T. Pearson a commit tee of two from each Township to recom mend suitable candidates to the Convention was appointed. '.;-..- During the absence of the committee Messrs. Orandison aud Pearson addressed the Convention. ' ' The committee made the following nomi nations, which were unanimously confirmed bv the Convention : For4.be House of Representatives E. G. Copeland and A. u. J)l. Peacock. For County Commissioners Thomas A. Deanes. John Uollowcll, John Robinson Green Simmons and A. B. Williams. For Register D. J. Ezzell. For Sherifl John C. Rhodes. For Treasurer Edmund Coor. For Coroner James Williams. , . For Surveyor Nathan P. Edgerton. The iollowins preamble and resolutions, offered by J. B. Whitaker.werc unanimously auopteu uy tne convention, stanum; silence : ' WnKKKAS. We have just received reliable information that the lion. David lleaton, our true and faithful representative in the Congress of the United States from this, the Sntl Congressional District of Aorth-Caro- liuii, died at the City of Washington at 5 o'clock 'this morning. Therefore Resolved. That we have heard of the death of Col. lleaton. our able and distinguished KiITi5cutativc, with feelings ot sincere regret and sorrow. Resolved, That we will ever warmly cherish the memory and emulate the many shining virtues of the deceased and lament nis im timclv death. Resclved, That we tender to his widow and surviving children, in their great be reavement and affliction, our most profound sympathy and condolence. " The County Executive Committee was au thorized to fill any Tacancy that may occur by any of the nominees declining to accept. The following resolutions ottered by I). Ezcll. was unanimouslv adopted : Raul red. That having full and entire con tidencc in the patriotism, ability, integrity and fidelity of our lona-tried, true and faith ful Senator, Gen. Curtis H. Brogden, we do most cheerfully and cordially recommend him as eminently worthy of any office within onr "ift. and do recommend him as a candi date for either the Senate or the Congress of the United States from the 2nd Congres sional District. Resolved, That a committee of ten be ap pointed bv the chair to meet our Repub lican brethren in Convention at Snow Hill on Saturday, the 2nd of July, to represent the 18th Senatorial District in the next ben eral Assembly. The chair appointed H. L. Grant. Jno. V. Sherard. John C. liliodes. John Robinson. W. H. Thompson, W. Burnett, D. C. Grandison, C. C. Best, John T. Pearson and Madison Raiford. On motion, it was reonested that the noni inecs of the Republican party meet the op position in canvassin" the county. The following resolution was read and adopted : limited. That the chair appoint a com mittee of five to invite the Hon. S. F. Phil lips and other eminent speakers, to meet us in general mass meeting at Goldsboro, on Saturday the 30th of July, and that the committee make all necessary arrangements for the occasion. The chair appointed H. L. Grant, Jno. V. Sherard, Jno. T. Pearson, C. C. Best and D. C. Grandison, and on mo tion, the chairman and Jno. C. Rhodes were added to the committee. The Goldsboro Netcs and Raleigh Stand ard, were requested to publish the proceed ings of this Convention. 'On motion, the meeting adjonmed. C. H. BROGDEN, Churn. D. J. EZZEIA,' Sect'ys. D. C. Gkandisos. Republican Call lor Iredell County. Mr. Editor: The law-abidiDg loyal Re publicans of Iredell county, propose having a large convention for the purpose of nom inating candidates for Congress, the Legis lature and the various county offices. I deem it my duty to issue a notice, request ing all the Republicans of Iredell county, both white and colored, to conVene in Statesvillc, on the 9fh.of July, for the cele bration of America's birthday and the pur pose ot attending to the duties above men tioned. I hope there will be a large, enthu siastic convention. Those that want peace, attend the convention. Those that are true, zealous Republicans attend the convention, and we will build up the county and the (ith Congressional District in the Republi can principles and establish peace and order, prosperity and harmony, endeavor to sup press violence and sink all animosities in forgetfulness. Come now, sacrifice one day's labor to save yonr country and your future prosperity. As chairman Republican Executive Committee of Iredell county, I deem it my duty to issue this notice. H. J. C. Ciiamiieus, Chairman Rep. Ex. Committee. Salisbury, June 23, 1870. For the Standard. Edgecombe Connty Convention. Mr. Editor : The County Convention met to-day pursuant to call, in the Court house. Every township in the county was represented. The lollowing are tne candi dates which were selected : For the Senate N; B. Bellamy. . For the House of Representatives R. M. Johnson, Willis Bunn. For Sheriff A. McCabe, For Register of Deeds B. J. Kuch. For County Commissioners J.J. Sharpe, Win. S. Duggan, Thos. Newton, II. C. Cherry, William Dorsey. For Coroner W. T. Godwin. For Treasurer David Lane. The Kuklux Democracy were pretty well represented in the bar rooms about town. They came by command of the Southerner (which is their official organ) for the pur pose of seeing a split, but after they found out how they had b3en fooled, and seeing such good feeling and harmony in the Re publican Tanks they were mad enough to go and hang another woman by the neck to the limb of a tree (which they did in the uiiticr end of this county last Fall, and it was proven against them at the last term of -J . 54 , i . .1-1 1 the Superior court ueiu at mis piacc.j 1 uuy :1m nsiii" monev and other means to try to br'bttReuublicaus. but it is no use ,pf. them . w 7r. . . . .r mi ...in i. tryinir tucir Old games. . 1 uq m uv blocked" every time, and next August we will .send, them, where the "woodbine twineth." Ouseuver. Tarboro', June 25, 18T0. -' M' ' ' " : For the Standard. r ... Republican Meeting. ' Mr. Editor: According to previous no tice, a large number of the Republicans of Britts Township assemoiea at tue lownstiip precinct on Saturday the 28th of June, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Connty Convention, to be held at Lumber- ton on the 4th of July, and to nominate township ofiiccrs. The meeting being organized, William A, Stone, E3q., was called to the chair and E, Philhns reouestcd to act as Secretary. On motion the Chairman appointed the fulluwiug gentlemen as delegates to tne Cniuitv 'Convention, viz: William Rice, E. K. Proctor, Win. A. Stone, T. Monroe, R, Thompson and John Eritt. - The meeting then proceeded to make nominations for the different township offi ces, the ballot being taken resulted as fol lows : For Magistrates W. A. Stone aud E. Phillips. For Clerk Kelley Phillips. For Constable-J. T. Sutton. For School Committee Isham Britt, M. Warwick and J. C. Freeman. On motion the following gentlemen were appointed a townsiiip committee ot opera tors, viz: Wm. Phillips, Rals Thompson, Ralph Thompson, J. Stone, J. Britt, IL Britt, Major Pope, A. Alien, B. B. Sutton, M. Powell, is. Untt and J. B. Stone. After which the meeting went on in the most so cial and enthusiastic manner. Republican ism is fast gaining ground and many were with us whom we never expected to see, and were much cheered at the prospects ot our success next August. On" motion the Secretary was instructed to furnish the Raleigh Standard with the pro ceedings with a request to publish the same. W. A. Stoke, Chairman. E: Phillips, Secretary. Robeson county, June 30ta. ' For the Standard. A Few Words to Republicans. ' " Mit. Editor : I am clad to see that so much unanimity prevails in our party, and that such general satisfaction has been giv en by the nominations, recently made, for Congress, the Legislature, ixc. .every voter could not expect to have his entire choice in the nominations wlncli nave oeen uiuuc, therefore it is best to rest satisfied with what has been done, and go to work and elect the ticket I have seen many of the candidates since their nominations, and I have heard them say that, it elected, it would be their pleasure, as it would pc titeir umj, to labor to advance the interests of the peo ple of the county: to seek; by all avaiiauie means, to reduce the taxes, now so heavy and budensomc ; and, at tho same time to devclope the resources ot the state, auu iu promote peace, harmony, and prosperity, m all quarters. Atmmtm , ' t here nas ueen too niucu i much passion, too much hatred and animos ity, excited in various portions of our State by the bad counsels of designing men, whose sole aim seems to be, not that law and order may be established not that every man may "sit down under his own vine and tog tree with none to make him afraid ; but who desire that riot, disorder, and blood shed shall prevail, rather than peace ami order shall reign supreme tor when contu sion and disorder exist, then they expect to ;( nnnrrr then thev hope to triumph ; J1VIV lU'U i, " , triumph, too, over ine ucst mwcoia v fthe State. These disturbers of the public peace may be called levellers. Swayed uy evil passion, mj v... ........ ri; tliomsplves to the level of virtuous, law abiding citizens; therefore they are levellers jnr,.r..n7, not nnwards they level all thoir own low standard; in this way they get level wUh many who would ntlinnvUR ivtr remain far above them. There has heretofore existed, and there alwnvs will exist, two political parties in this "country. At the present time these parties are unown hs Conservative and Re publican. The Conservatives would have the people believe that their party is the best that the measures which they propose To carry out in the administration of public affairs will be more beneficial to the people of the State and the Nation, than the meas ures which arc advised and recommended by their opponents, the Republicans. Now let us look at the Republican platform a little. The Republican party is a party of progress and haviii" made this a nation of freemen. they intend, with your assistance, to keep it a nation ol ireemcn, so mat inc suu, in an his course over our w ide-spread country. shall not shine upon the brow of a slave. Where is the good man who does not ap nrove of this measure ? The Republicans desire to see the people wise and prosperous. As the best means of accomplishing this, they earnestly advocate the snrcadin" of knowledge and education amou!' all classes of our population. Edu cation is the main pillar that supports the temple of liberty. Iu proportion as the people are educated, are they the better ouaiincu to proviuu lor uicir own iuuiiu- ual welfare and discharge their duties citizens of the State. It becomes then the duty of every right-minded man to lend all the aid he can to disseminate knowledge amongst the people. Unfortunately there are to-day many of our citizens, white and black, who can neither read nor write. The Republican party, by a judicious system of legislation, desires to retorm tms crying evil. Taking the poor, ignorant, untutored scholar by the hand they intend, through tue instru mentality of good schools and teachers, to lift him up, level him up to a position which will soon enable mm to uecomc uoin a use ful and an influential citizen. Much has been said about extravagance practised by the last Legislature. I am no apologist for extravagance in any shape. can give no support to men of our party, who. striving alone to advance tueir ow selfish views or pecuniary interests, do not hesitate to sacrifice the welfare or tarnish ihe credit of the State. Such acts, no matter by whom committed, shoulujreceivc, as they merit, unreserved condemnation. With the view of advancing the public interests' and developing the resources of the State, railroad schemes may havic been aided t too great an extent, by the com bined votes of men of both parties in the last Legislature. But, now that the error has been perceived, the remedy can ctsily be applied. The Republican party is in favor of aiding railroads and other schemes of State improvement, as far as prudence and a wise system of economy will permit. Internal improvements will bring immi grants, these will give us wealth, and by these means we shall regenerate the State. In the meantime tlie credit of the State mutt be preserved. There must be no thought of repudiation. Immigration and wealth may flow into our unoccupied land, but these will only make us arrogant 11 justice and right principle do not keep pace with them. We had better remain poor, than become rich and powerful at the sacrifice of indi vidual or State honor. Individual and State honor can always be preserved by prudence and economy in legislation, and honest in dustry and frugality on the part of the people." A people to be great, must lalmr. It matters not whether you labor with hand or head, but labor you must It is ordained that "in the sweat ot tny lace siiatt tuou eat bread." Then let no man think to es cape from labor. Another and very important matter which will engage attention in the next Legisla ture of this State, is that of taxation. We all know that the taxes are too high they are burdensome and oppressive, and should be reduced to the lowest possible sura. Now, more than at any other time, should economy be practiced in State atlairs, and by this means the people may be helped, and the burdens under which they are now laboring may be removed or greatly light ened. One thing is certain, the taxes now paid by the people must be reduced, and the Republicans will see that this is done without unnecessary delay. I have thus alluded to only a few of the measures proposed to be carried out and maintained by the Republican party. The measures are wise and patriotic, and cannot fail to meet the approbation 01 every good citizen. With regard to the measures pro posed by the Conservatives. I shall say very little at present, because I do not believe that there is any great danger that the so- called Conservatives will be called upon at this important crisis to administer the affairs ot the State, and carry out their wild schemes of proscription and party aggran dizement. To prevent this, let every Repub lican, every sincere mend 01 law and order, rally to the support of the Republican nominees. There must be no laggards in this tight. The Conservatives are striving with all the energy and power they can com maud, to effect the overthrow of the Repub lican party. They desire to see some things in the shape they were before the war ; and their measures, if carried out, will produce riot and disorder where peace now rules. Even now some of their recommendations have brought us almost to the verge of civil war. Is it not seen that a large force of volunteer militia is aljsolutely necessary to preserve the peace of the com monwealth, and protect private citizens m the enjoyment of rights and privileges which the majesty of the law should be fully able to do, but which is rendered powerless ? And who is responsible tor tins btate or af fairs these unusual proceedings in our here tofore peacclul and law-abiding State ? Not the party in power, the Republican party, surely. 1 or tiovernor llolden, as tue high est executive officer in the State, has issued proclamation after proclamation, offering large rewards for the apprehension and bringing to lusticc of the law-breakers. Instead of applauding the Governor in bis laudable efforts to suppress riot, disorder and bloodshed, the Conservative press have ridiculed such efforts, and in this way given countenance and support to the guilty wretches who, bad enough before, are now emboldened to go forward with more zeal in their wild work of death and destruction. The personalities introduced into this po litical campaign by Conservatives, are doing great damage to the best interests of our citizens, and this is perceptible in all sec tions. Immigration has been arrested ; po litical disabilities, which which would ere this have been removed, are withheld ; trade has been injured : manufactures have been curtailed in their operations ; private rights of citizens trampled on ; the law set at de fiance; a standing army called for aud neces sary to preserve order ; and civil war almost begun. Vet some men seem to suppose that Conservatives are not responsible for this state of affairs. Surely there is no one so blinded by party prejudice as not to know 1 hut these lawless outbreaks are the natural sequence of the course pursued by many of 1... rv.n..rviitiviut anil Conservative newspa pers of North Carolina. I do not charge tln.t oil if our onnonents are Clliltr. On the contrarv. it is my belief that many Con servatives did not intend to bring about or produce this state of affairs. Neither did the advocates of secession, before the war, believe that war would result from secession. Just so in the present case ; many Conserva tives may suppose that the course they are pursuing is all right, and their party schemes all that can be desired ; but we S- sure them that they are greatly mistaken they are raising a storm which cannot easily be onellerl, and, if the storm be fully raised ' where will it end ? 13 it not an indisputa ble fact, that if you sow the wind you will reap the whirlwind 1 Go forward then n support of the Republican party, and all will oe peace, ine triumpu 01 me ncpuu-. ican party, m this election, is toe tnumpn of peace! Let every voter then be sure that ho sustains this party of peace.. 1 Tho other party is the war. party. :j We. have had enough of war. For God's sake, let us now have peace a true, firm and lasting peace ! The general government: wants peace the State of North Carolina wants peace the people everywhere want peace. Let us determine that there shall he peace. Therefore, let every Republican voter work, from now until the day of election ; the Republican candidates will do their duty r letjevery Republican voter do his duty, and; when the election is over, all will bo well, then we will have what all desire, 1 1 v 1 ; . . 1 '. .. '.' - - .' Peace. For the Standard. Republican Meeting in Moore. The Republicans of Moore met in Car- thagc. on Staurday the 25th of June 1870, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the General Assembly and County offices, and organized by appointing A. It. McDon ald Chairman, and W. L. Sullivan Secretary. Motion was made to hear whether any person was present who announced himself a candidate, Dut no one rcsponaiiig, 11 was then moved and carried, that the ton nship delegates retire and submit a ticket for the consideration of the Convention. The Com mittee retired, and returned with tne follow ing selections and resolutions, all of which were unanimouslv adopted. liesolud, 1st. I hat all men are born tree and equal, and have certain inalienable rights, to wit : life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 2nd. That Liuou,- liberty, ami equality unaer the laws, are fundamental doctrines of the Republican party, and to deny these privileges to the citizeus would prove des tructive to our ltcpublican lorm 01 govern ment. 3rd. That we are iu favor of a just and economical administration of our Govern ment, both State and Federal ; that wc want good, true, and honest men to fill all the of fices in the gift of the people, and we want them properly paid : but we are opposed to any extravagance or prodigality on the part 01 the County, State or r-eceral troveni incut. 4th. That in this Republican Government the house of the citizen is his castle, and that no person has a right to cuter, unbidden, ex cept under process of law. The iuvasion ot this sacred right, by any man or company of men, is an outrage against law, and tends to the destruction ot lite, liberty, and pro pertv. "Let ns have peace." For Senator 28th Senatorial District, Col. David n. Barrett ot Moore. For House of Representatives, Capt. Wm. JL Ulack. For Sheriff C. L. Alfred. " Coroner Alex. Brewer. " Treasurer A. R. McDonald. " Register of Deeds Dr. J.R.Brown. " Surveyor M. J. Blue. " Countv Commissioners A. Kelly, C. H. Smith, George Cockman, W. F. Seawall, and Capt. Jno. Rittcr. Col. W. B. Richardson entertained the meeting during the absence of the delegates with a lengthy and effective speech. He dealt heavy blows upon the Kuklux and their sympathizers, and earnestly advised all good citizens regardless of politics, to unite their efforts to stay their outrageous deeds, lest retaliation to a serious degree to many citi zens, may soon be resorted to A. R. McDonald, Col. D. S. Barrett and John W. Shields, also made speeches on the occasion, each one dealing out heavy blow3 on the Breckenridgc Secession Kuklux De mocracy. CoL Barrett in the course of his remarks made a few dictations, suggesting that he believed that most of the white Re publicans ot the South, were either old line Whigs or Douglass Democrats, and suggested tuat they unite together as a compromise to end the Ureckenridge Secession Kuklux l) ruocracy. Then we will have a Constitu tional Union Party in the South and through out the United States, and peace, law and order will prevail. Col. Barrett is a ster ling Republican ; he entered the rebel ranks under the draft, and stuck to the army of Northern Virginia to the day of the surrcn- der,commanding his Company in many ol the hardest fought battles of the war. He voted lorHolden for Governor in tho la."t days of the rebellion : he took his stand lor recou structinn and the Union immediately after the surrender, and has been an able advo cate of Republican principles ever since he advocated puuucly the adoption ol the 14th Article, and advised his friends of the rlatural result, which proved correct. Col. Barrett is an aMc siie:ikcr, of collegiate at tainmcnts, wc:l oste:l in political affairs aud would make an able argument before the citizens of the 2Sth District, and can no doubt control more moderate men, ow ing to his consistent course, than any mar. wc conld run in the District. There was no name put in nomination for the Senate ex cept his, and he received the unanimous nomination tne nrst uauot. 1 ne (joi. lavorcd Richmond's taking the nomination and savs he is no aspirant, but will be a candidate if she don t put out sonic man qualified to help our cause. A. It. jUCDU.NALL, com 11, W. L. Sullivan, Sec'ty. ' For the Standard. Republican Sleeting in Scuppernoug Township. At a licpublican meeting held iii Scup- pcrnong Township, Washington county, June lb, I01O, Hamilton Davenport was called to the Chair, and Ransom B. Bennett and Alexander M.Phelps appointed Secre taries. The Chairman in a few appropriate re marks explained the object of the meeting. viz : the nomination of two Justices of the Peace, one Clerk, one Constable and three School Committeemen. For Justices of tho Peace Hamilton Da venport, Jr., and Zcphania D. Sprnill. For Clerkship James F. Arnold. For Constable Ransom B. Bennet. For School Committeemen Willis Trot ter, Joseph B. Davenport and Trimigin Holmes. It was requested that the Chairman of this meeting send the proceedings to the lialeigh btundard and JSorui Uarolinvm, and that they be requested to publish them. RANSOM PHELPS, Chm'n. For the Standard. Republican Meeting in Richmond. Mr. Editor : Pursuant to notice, a large number of the Republicans of Richmond county assembled at the court house to-day, when the following proceedings were had : ' On motion. Mai. It I. Long was called to the chair, and Martin V. Terry and James Pearson were appointed secretaries. The object of the meeting being explained bv the chairman, it being to nominate candidates lor the Legislature and the different county offices on motion, a committee, consisting of Bobt. Fletcher, James W. O'Brien. W. It. Terry, Alex Adams, Benj. Griffin, Morgan Leak, H. G. Terry, John A. Ledbetter, II. S. Wade, M. McAlpine, Tod McAllister, Rich mond Covington, J. M. Wright, George McMillan, and J. It McMillan, were appoin ted a committee to draft resolutions expres sive of the sense ot the mcetjng, and to sug gest the names of suitable persons as candi dates for the Legislature and. the different county offices. The committee retired and alter the lapse of a lew miuutes returned, and through their chairman, W. R. Terry, Esq., reported the following preamble and resolutions wiucii were unanimously auop- ted: WJtereas, Wc, as a portion of the Nation al licpublican Parly, feel it our duty in coming belore tne peopic in tue approacii ing campaign tosct forth, in a brief manner, a platform of principles which we endorse; tlieretorc liesolcal,sl. That we will not support any man lor the Legislature wno will not ulcdire himself to votu for the reduction of public expenditures, aud for the reduction ot the per diem ol tne members tnereot. 2nd. We are in favor of the honest en forcement of our State constitution in letter and spirit 3rd. We arc in favor of peace; therefore, the efforts of H13 Excellency, Governor W. W. Holden, to suppress lawlessness, and pre serve the peace and dignity of the State, meet with our hearty approbation, and we consider it the duty ot every good citizen to aid him in these laudable efforts, to the end that the transgressors of the law may be properly punished for their crimes, and the rood ueoDle made to feel secure in the quiet eniovu.cnt of their homes throughout tho State. 4th. We will advocate a general systeir of public schools and education as the surest means of improving our State. 1 ' ' 5th. We are iu favor of a system of inter nal improvemeutK, so fat as practicable, with out burdensome taxation. The party in power, in making appro- priatiops, should always guard against eg.-; croachmcnts upon the interests of the tax payers by monopolists.- ' i.v ;; .- i wb.: While wo condemn tne acimu-oi tne last Legislature in making such wholesale railroad appropriations, yet wc arc opposed to the saddling 01 all tne Tesponsiomty 01 these unwise acts npon the nepuuiican party, as the Democratic party Davmg contnoutea largely to secure their passage, they should be held equally guilty and of right should bear their part of tho responsiDinty. 7th. The 15th Amendment to the Consti tution having vouchsafed to the masses the right to vote in every State in thp Union, we are in favor of general amnesty. , . 8th. Wo are m lavor ot the noncst en forcement of the Constitution of the United States in all its parts in each of the States, so that the people, without regard to race. color or previous condition, may be free throughout the Lnion.'4 ' 9th. Wo are in favor of a generous 8UV port of . the administration of President Grant, in its financial, domestic and foreign policy, and we endorse the course pursued by Congress in Us main features.' ' - The following nominations lor the Legis lature and the different county .officers was then made : For the Senate Richmond T. Long.' For House of Representatives Robert Fletcher. . For Treasurer Alfred Dockery, (present incumbent.) , i or SlKTiit Wm. Long, (present incum bent.) For Register of Deeds W. K. Terry, (present incumbent.) . . Ifor surveyor William Freeman. For Commissioners G. W. MclCiinnion, H. 8. Wade, T. M. Wright, James W. O'Brien and Geo. W. Nichols. On motion of W. R. Terry, Esq., the fol lowing gentlemen were appointed by the Chair a Republican Executive Committee: Morgan Leak, James W. O'Brien, Hubert Fletcher, aud Mial T. Long, Esq. . I On motion, the proceedings ot this nnot- mg were ordered to be published iu the Raleigh Standard ai d Wilmington L ost. I he meeting then adiourned ik due. : - R. T. LONG, Chui'p. Jamks Pbakson, .-) ,Mr(,t.,rics -r Martin V. Terry. ( !5CCr(--rK"5- For the Standard. Mr. Editor : The Convention for the nomination of Senators for the First Sena torial District was held here to-day. M. V. B. Gilbert, of Currituck, and L. V. Boone, of Gates, were nominated to represent the Republicans of this District in the next Legislature. The proceedings of which I will send you as soon as possible; Please make note of the nominations. I . . - R. J. White, Chii man. J. Q. A. Wood. Secretary. ; Hertford, June 23, 1870. . I .. A Letter from tub Public Treasurer. The attention of General Agents of Insur ance Companies is directed to the folhiwing communication from Treasurer Jenkins: STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ) Treasury Department, Iluleujh, June SOth, 1870. ) To General Agents op Insurance Com panies, not Incorporated in this State doing Business therein : Your attention is called to section 32, of "An act to raise Revenue, (with which you have been supplied) which requires the Gen eral Agent for this State of each insurance Company not incorporated in this State, to make to the State 1 rcasurcr on the first day ot April, July, Octoocr and January, a state ment under oath, ot the aniotmt ol gross receipts ot the company, in this State, for the preceding quarter, and pay one per cent, tax thereon. It is important that the law be complied with promptly on the part of general agents. If, however, it is impracticable to obtain from the local agents the returns necessary to the preparation of the quar terly statement ot the general agent within the lime specified, I will, npon a satisfactory explanation ot any delay, receive the state ment and taxes at any time Irom the 1st to the 15th day inclusive of the first month of each quaiter, and the penalty pesenbed in the u2d sectiou will not be uilorccd. l:u returns must be received at this office aud taxes paid by or on the day above indicated. 1. A. JrJSlUJKS. State Treasurer. CoMrAKATIVE COST OK LlKE IssCltAXCE, as exhibited by an insurance in the Widows' and Orphans Leneht Life Insurance Com pany of Mew York, under their system of I online Dividends, and au insurance 111 ami other Cnni-aity, under the system of annual dividends, for illustration, suppose a per son aged 61 years, insures iu a company charging on a lea annual wyment policy of SIU.uuU, au annual premium ol s-i&j.TU. He would pay 111 10 years, lf.i,ao7.00 Less en average dividend of 40 per cent, 2.142.S0 Makinsr the nctt cost of his insurance in 10 years, $u,3J4,S0 In the Widows' ami Orphau's Benefit Life Insurance Company, bis annual premium would be ?D19.10, and iu 10 years he would pay ?),4'J1.00 Less tontine Dividend in cash, at end of 10th year, 5,291.00 Making the net cost, in W. & O. Life Insurance Company in ten years, S199.29 Giving a clear saving in ten years of S3. U14.U1, uv injuring on the Tontine plan. This plan of insurance is fully endorsed and recommended as better to t he assured. and giving greater security to the Company aud M,lify-hohler, bv the Hon. Wm. Barnes. late Supt. of the Insurance department of tne Mute 01 .New lork. and by the leading Financiers of yew York, as well as bv all competent insurance actuaries in the United States. For pamphlets and mathtinatkal calculations apply to MARTIN & FINCH, General Agents of "he Company lor North Larouna, txpress imil.iing, Kaleigh, Ji. C. June 2U-lw. io Gc.vkd Against Buxstroke. One who knows says it behooves every one to take unusual precautions against sunstroke, and, urst ot all, avo d the us-; of stimulating liquors. It is a mistake to suppose that a "drink now and then through the day will help the system to bear up against the ener vating influence oi the heat. A larre portion or me cases 01 sunstroke occur amonge those of irregular habits. Avoid also ihe excessive use of iced drinks when over-heat ed. The temporary refreshment they afford nevertheless shocks the system and renders one particularly susceptible to sunstroke. It is a prolific source also of diarrhea, cholera morbus and the 'ike. If necessarily exposed to tne direct rays 01 the sun. wear a wet haiikerchief or wet sponire in the crown of the lint. Laborers are especially recommended to take this very simple precaution, which bus saved thousand from sudden death. liear m mind that sunstroke. when not fatal, leavs the brain in a very sen sitive state and years after renders the victivc more liable to a recurrence. w stitch in time saved nine." Kobcrl 8. Primrose, 3t. D., New liernc, N. C. , , The painful intelligence of the decease of this mi ll kmiwn Physician, with heart disease, which occurred in New Berne on the SfUli iiwt, is an nounced.. .... He was a nat ve ot New B'.rnc, oi.a nau ue lived until October next. woub iavc been 45 years ol age. He wascducatcdat.t'.i'! Uuiversity of Ppnnavlvnnm. and after L'rai ual it'g continued ms meuical studies in raris anu 1. "luip, mm on his return cninmtMicud the prac tec ol medi cine at New Berncv where lie was nnvh loved by all who were uuder his charge k.i.iu nis loss will be felt, not only by t liosc na a large circle 01 personal friends, but by the whole community, who understand the value of medical learnim and skill. His loss will be deplored by none more than the writer of this, to whom he was allied by endearing tics, and who can Dear testi mony to ins private virtues, and ins ever wil lingness to assist the youug and inexperienced iu uieuii:iiie, wiiu&e icut were jusi iiuuii "inesanoy ntu 01 learning. in his luiuily, he was a kind una clevolc.i Ims ijiuia ana lather, and to tue poor lie was ;.:.iajs a friend. For some years he had, at tiling, ujen u sullerer IVoni disease, and until Suturuuy the 25Mi, he swined to be in the enjovT'-rnt of his us..l IumIih. (in tbat d::v lie e.-t- ..':.ini; oi much wearing am! latiguc iu;oul l..-. 1. 1011 of the heart Medical skill was at once sou-rut. but of no avail, when, on the morning of the 20th, "the tired whee.s of lifeat last stood still, " It was a narrow stream Between his heavenly rest and hiin, For he had lived beside its brim." With a firm belief in true Christianity, and an acceptance 01 tue ncucciucr, ne pussca awuy. Themiritv aud uprUrbtucss of liis -hnm,-t,.r will shine down the long avenue of time with un ever briglitmug recollection. W. A case of the ohl fashioned, genuine sort of spontaneous combustion is reported bv L Linton Medicate, in au article iroin the pen ot Dr. Ucrthollc. . The subject of it was a woman 37 years of agewho was addicted to alcoholic ilnnk. bhe was louncl iu her room with the vicera and some of the limbs consumed, the hair aud clothes having es caped. The very minute description of the statu iu which the deceased was found shows that ignition could not have been j communicated from withouV , special Jioticcs. . T Gehtlemsn: I can with confidence recom mend jour excellent medicine, tU Pain Killer, for Khenmatism, Indigestion, am) also Tooth ache, having proved its efficacy in the above complaints. ' i.-i Yours, c, KEUBEN MITCHELL, i 1 Bridgemau's Place, Bolton. . Gehtlembh : 1 have very great pleasure in recommending your medicine, the Pain Killer. I was suffering severely a lew weeks since with Bronchitis, and conld scarcely swallow any food, so Inflamed was my throat. I was advised by a friend to try your Pain Killer, and, after taking a few dosca of it, was completely cured. , Yours respectfully, . . , . : T.. WILKINSON, Bolton, Eue. ' P. S. I have recommended tho medicine to several ol Jay friends and, in every instance, it bus baa Ibe desired effect. June 9 lm Rend Some Enclish Testimonials. - : 1 ' !' Greene's Sailobs Homb,: '1 Poplar Street, London, Kcgland, ( . I take this mc'.hot of making known the per fect cure I have obtained from the esc of your valuable medicine, the PAIN KILLER. I was , urged by a friend to try it, and procured a bottle of Dr. Kernot, Apothecary. I had been afflicted three years with Neuralgia aud violent spasms of the stomach, which caused a constant rejection of looil. The doctors at Westmins'.cr Ilospltal gave up my case in de spair. Then I tried your PAIN KILLER, which garcinc immediate relief from pain and sick ness; aud I regained my strength, and am now able to follow my nsaaly occupation of sailor. One bottle cared me. . .. Yours respectfully, CHARIE3 POWELL. Sm : I desire to bear willing testimony to the wonderfnl efficacy of that American remedy call ed Pain Killer, which I believe has no equal in this country. I have becu aillictcd with heart disease, and could tind no relief till 1 got the IVm Killer, which soon made a cure. I am quite wilting to answer any inqniries about my case. Yonrs, etc., . FANNY BILVER8, Dudley, (Worcestershire,) England. A STANDARD REMEDY." Such an article is " Dr. Tobias' Venetian Lini ment." It has stood before the public for 22 years, and has never failed giving satisfaction in a single instance. Every drop of this valuable compound is mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it can always be relied upon. It is warranted superior to any other for the cure of Chronic Rheumatism, Toothache, Headache, Sore Throat, Vomiting, Frosted Feet, Mumps, Croup, Burns, Cuts, Sea Sickness, Insect Stings, Sprains, Cholera, Colic, Spasms, Dysentery, Bruises, Colds, Coughs, Old Sores, Swellings, Pains in the Limbs, Back and Chest There is no medicine in the "World" that stands more on its own mciits than the " Venetian Lini ment" Thousands of Certiflcatcs can be seen at the Doctor's office, attesting to its rare vir tues. Sold by all Druggists and Storekeepers throughout the United States. Price, 50 cents and one dollar per bottle Depot 10 Park place, New York. ' may 13-d&wlm ETERNAL VIGILANCE Is the price of Health as well as of Liberty. Be on your guard against poisonous hair dyes. Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye Is the only one that has stood the test of chemi cal analysis. At the store ot the proprietor, 6 Astor House, New York, may be seen the certi ficate of that able analytical chemist, PROFESSOR CHILTON, testifying that it contains no harmful ingredient Ou the other hand, iu the "Journal of Chemis try" may be found the statement that there are upwards of thirty poisonous Hir dyes beforu the public. Choose the only safe and sure one. CKISTADOKO'8 HAIKTKESERVATIVE, as a Dressing, acts like a charm 011 the hair after Dyeing. Try it. may 13 dAwl UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) DisTitiCT of Noktu-Caiiousa. f TJUUSUANT TO AN ACT OF CONGRESS. X providing for appointment of special terms of the District Court of the United States, I do hereby appoint special terras of the District Court ol the United States to be held for the Cape Fear District 111 North Carolina, as follows : At Salisbury, to commence on the first Monday in August next, and at Morzanton. N. C, to commence the third Monday in August next . w. BKOUK.S. juue 30 wUt District Judge. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1 -- NAsn Count. f Superior Court. Mary Friar, 1'aiutilf, against George Friar, De fendant Order for Divorctt by publication. IN the above action, it appearing from the affi davit of Dosbcv Rattle L Ibat the defendant. Gconrc Friar, cannot be found in the State after due diligence; 1L That a cause of action exists against said delendant : ill. 1 hat the said defendant Is not a resident ot tins Bt&tc ; It is ordered I. That scrricc of the sermons be made bv puuncaiiuu 111 iiiciionu-aronna oianaara once a week for six wce'i successively. IL That a copy of the summons and complaint in this action be forthwith deposited in the post office, directed to said defendant at his usual place ol residence, it the same be known to said ulaintifl ; and said summons shall be deemed to have been served at the expiration ot the time of publication prescribed by this order. Given at office, in Nashville, this 15th day of June, 18 1 u. j. r. jJNiiiNS, junc J wow Clerk of said Conrt STATE OF NORTH CAR0LIS A, Carteret County. Superior Court, June Silt, 1870. William P. Mitchell, Administrator de binis won, witn tne win annexed, 01 josepn a. tiuiiaw, deceased, vs. the Heirs at Law of Joscpti B. Outlaw. Petition for License to sell Heal Estate to pay debts. IT appearing to the Court, from the affidavit of the petitioner, that Joseph S. Outlaw, one ol the defendants in this case, is a resident of the State of Mississippi, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolina Stan dard, a newspaper published in the citv of Raleigh, once a week for six weeks successively, notifying the said defendant that this petition has been filed, and that he is summoned to ao- pear at the ofllce of the Clerk of said Court, at Court House in Beaufort, within thirty days alter the expiration of the time of publication prescriucc' in this order, and answer the petition ; and to take notice that it he fails to appear and answer within that time, the petition will be taken as contesscd, and heard accordingly. june 1 wuw jao. tiUJlLtl, u. . C. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1 Ghanville County, f bupcrioi Court, Spring Term, 1870. Rcubin M. Royster, Administrator of Littleton Kagland, deceased, vs. Nancy Jones, Frances Kojstcr, Bryant Kagland and others. Petition to maKe real estate assets lor payment of debts. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court X that Bryaut Kagland, Julia Brame, James tiays, ucorge nays, jona Hays, Jiaiissa flays. Mary Hays, and Elizabeth Hays, defendants in this cause, reside bcyoud the limits ot this state. it is therefore ordered that publication be made lor six weeks, successively, in the Kaleigh 01m- dard, notifying the said defendants ot the tiling of this petition; and that unless they appear at the next term ot said Court, to be held for the county ot Granville, at the Court House iu Ox- lord, on the second Monday ol August, A. 1). 1870, and plead, answer or demur to the said petition, tne same will be taken as coulesscd. and an order made directing a sale of the land s prayeu lor in said petition. Witness. Calvin Betts. Clerk of said Court. ine second Jionaay ot robruary, A. U. 1H70. . . i;ajl.vin his its. Clerk june 23 wGw Suo'r Court Granville Co. B0iE FLOUR BONE FLOUR. Cracked Bone. Bone Meal. Bone Flonr. and Flouted Bone, guaranteed to produce same effect at hau iuai 01 reruvian uuano. Send (or circular. Address . LISTER BROTHERS. 2 w3in ' Newark, N. J. MADAM FOY'S C()MI!lM-; Corset, Skirt Supporter AWU UUSTJCE Is just the article needed by ti.tij iuuj n ill consults HEALTH, 1'O.UFORT fc STILE. Testimonials in Its favor are constant i) ueing received from air parts ot Ihe countrv. .iffy Afcnft wanted in men HARMON, BALDWIN & FOT. Sole Manufacturers, New Haves, Conn. march ou . worn. B PILD1NG PAPER. This is a hard, compact paper, like an ordinnrv book cover, and is saturated with tar and used on the outside of framed buildings, under the clapboards, also under shingles and floors, to keep ont damp, cold and Jieat. It is also used on the msiuc, not saiuratcu, iiutau of 1'tasterring, and makes a warm and chcan wall. It "net. only from JS to (according to size) to cover nouses ou tue uui&iue. rsf 8AMPLES- AND DESCRIPTIVE rm lLLAlta OJiii i nu.!. Auuress W. F. Fitch, Mo. 2 NORTH STREET, Baltimore. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE SOUTH-EA8T. ! juncl .ct , . . 30 w4t VLD CHEESE, STAND 25, Metropolitan may 19 llfi New Advertisements. Heroic Remedy ! CARBOLIC : ' Constitution RENOVATOR! Based on Science, " " "'' Prepared with Skill, ' and all the available ingenuity and ixpertucss, that the art ol pharmacy or the present day can contribute. Aid Comkiniag la Conrtnlraled Fgrn the most : Valuable Vegetable Juices . Known iu the History ol Medicines lor 1 PURIFYING Tilt 1JLOOD, Imjxirtinj NUTRITION TO TUE SYSTEM, Tone to the Stomach, . . And a Healthy action to tho Liver, Kidneys, Secretive out Excretive Organs. A DYING ZOUAVE lay breathing his last on the battle held, his companions surged on and left turn atone. They knew the cause ot bis approaching end it was tue deadly Dulleu no lnenaiy voice could cheer him to life no human skill could save him. Thousands of Precious Lives arc to-day rap'dly sinking, and as Burcly totter in? on to an untimely end, in Suffering, Agony, n reicueuiic&ft, aou ignorance 01 uie cause wnicu Science can arrest and assuage, Nourish into neu Life and Vigor, And cause the Bloom of Health To dance once more upon their withcredcheeis. DISEASELIKE A THIEF, Steals upon its victims unawares, and before they are aware of its attack, plants itself firmly in the system, and through neglect or inattention becomes seated, and defies atl ordinary or tem porary treatment to relinquish its merciless grasp. DO YOU KNOW THE CAUSE OF The wasted form the hollow check ? The withered face the sallow complexion? The feeble voice the sunken, glassy eye? The emaciated form the trembling frame ? The treacherous pimple the torturing sore? The repulsive eruption the inflamed eye? The pimpled face the rough colorless skin ? and debilitating ailments ot the present age ? The answer is simple, and covers the whole gruuud In all its phazes, viz : the FANGS OF DISEASE AND HEREDITARY TAINT ARE FIRMLY FIXED IN THE Fountain of Life the Blood. THE Indiscriminate Vaccination during the late war, with diseased Lymph has TAINTED TUE 13 EST BLOOD in the entire land. It has planted the germ of the most melancholy disease 111 the veins of men, women and children on all sides, and nothing short ol A HEROIC REMEDY fill eradicate it rout and branch, forever. Sucl a Kemudy is HENRY'S CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR. Ob reaching the Stomach, it assimilates at oucc with the food and liquids thereiu. oud from tne moment it passes into the Blood, it at tacks disease at its lonntaiu head, in its germ aud maturity, and dissipates it throngh the avenncs of the organs with unerrimr ccrtaintv. and sends new and pore Blood bounding tnrougn every artery anu vein The tubcrculcs of Scrofula that sometin3 flourish and atnd the inner coatiui: of the abdo men, tike kernels of corn, arc withered, dissolved and eradicated and the diseased parts nourished into lite, xue torpiu i.iver and inactive Kidneys are stimulated to a healthy secretion, and their natural functions restored to renewed health and activity. Its action upon the blood, fluids of the bodv auu uianuuiur oybix.m, are TONIC, PrRIFYIXG ASD DISIXFECTA1T, At its touch disease droops, dies, and the vie. tim 01 lis violence, as it were. LEAP TO NEW LIFE It Relieves the entire system of Pains aud Aches, enlivens the spirits, and imparts a Sparkling brightness to the Eye, A rosy glow to the Cheek, A ruby tiuge to the Lip, A clearness to the Head, A brightness to the Complexion, A buoyancy to the Spirits, And happiness on all sides. Thousands have been rescued from the venro 111 mv iuu uj 119 iiuieij' use. This Kcincdy is now offered to the public with tue most solemn assurance ot its intrinsic mcdi' cinal virtues, and power! ul Healing properties. For all Affections of the Kidneys, Retention of Urine, Diseases of Women and Cliildren. Nervous Prostration, Weakness, General Lassi tude, anu 1.056 01 Appetite, it is unsurpassed. It extinguishes Affections of. Hie Jitmes, Habitual Coslivoiexx, De- hiMy, Viscoses oj tne jLiuneys, lhxjrpsia, ry sipetis. Female Irrctptlarities, Fistula, all Skill Diseases, Liver Complaint, Indi gestion, Piles, Vidmonary Diseases, Coiuumtion, Scrofula or King's Hud, Siflihilis. PltEI'AKEO Br Prof. M. E. HENRY DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF TflE BERLIN HOSPITAL. M. A., L.L. D., F. R. 8. HEUEY & CO., Proprietors. jL.iilmru.tory. 37 Tearl tstrcct. Post-office Box, 5272, New Yokk. ZST CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR is 1 per bottle, six bottles for $5. Sent anywhere on receipt of price. Patients are requested to cor respond coutideutially, aD'" teply will be made ujr luuunriug mail. Entered according to Act of E. HENK7, in the Clerk's Office ot the District tiottrt ior tne southern District of New York. Marcu 3j, 18TJ. 70 d&wly uecticut Mnt a; Insurance ConiDany H artford Organiztil nearly a Quarter of a Century A Assets over $29,000,000. For evsry $100 Liabilities it has $155 of Assets. , Current Dividend from 45 to 70 per tent. rj IHI3 COMPANY DOES NOT DEPEND ON A glitter and show, to aav nothing of false pretence, but in the "even tenor of its way,'.' has done and is doing a large and substantial business In this State. Furnishes Insurance combining Jbeadvautagca offered by all other companies. S. D. WAIT, General Agent. OFFICE... .'....'......Raleigh, N. C. Feb 18 ' ' 43 6m Jfew Advertisements. iopmroTnrl IlOfllJiiDUibttllJlDbU.UlJ , ; Dr. WALBUTS CALIFORNIA , , VINEG AR BITTERS. 5Sg ' Hundreds of noasaads ' 1 1 S Bear testimony to their won- "S g J si -5 9 3 2 2 1 WHAT ARE TIIKV ? a a w c w a . Z Fancv Drink, 5 . made of Poor Kara, Whiskey, Proof Snir- : a 11.1 1 ! 1 . 1 . : . a . , auu nuiusc I.1UUI, U.JVUirvu, tu, and sweetened to please tho - Uele, called Tonics," " Appetizers," "Restorers," &c., that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and herbs of California, fme from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the GREAT BLOJl-PURIFlER and LIFKG1 V1NG fKOClrXK, a perfect Renovator and Iiivi-rom- tor of the System, carrying off all poisonous uiuLici, unu rusiurwg tue uiooa io a ucauy coil uuiuu. pursua cau taKC inese outers, ac cording to directions, and remain long unwell. cioo win ue given ior an incurable case, nro iding the bones ro not destroyed by mineral poisons or other means, and the vital organs waited ueyond tne point ot repair. For Inflnmatorv and Chronii Rhrnmn. tism, and Gout, Dyspepsia.or Indigestion, Bilious, Remittent aud Intermittent Ke. vers, uiseasesot the lilood, Liver, Kid neys, and Bladder, these Hitters have been most sneeessiul. Buen Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which Is generally produced by derangemontof the Digestive Oiuians. r'OK SKIM DISEASES, Eruptions, Tet ter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Soots. Pimnles. Pus tules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald ucau, oore jiyes, r.rysipeias, lien, acurls, uis colorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are liter ally dng up and carried out of the system in a short time by the use ot these bitters. One bot tle in such cases will convince the most incredu lous of their curative effects. DVSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION. Head. ache, Paiu in the Shoulders, CouL'hs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Bad Taste in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Copious Discharges of Urine. Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, which are the offspring of Dyspepsia, are cured by these bitters. (jleause tue vitiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pim ples, Eruptions, or Sores; elcauso it when you lind it obstructed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul, and vour feclinsrs will tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the health of the system will follow. PIN, TAPE, and other Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousauds, are effectually destroyed aud removed. Jfor inn directions, read carefully the circular arouua eacu doiuc, printed iu lour languages English, German, French and Spanish. J. WALKER, Proprietor, S3 & Si Commerce b.reei, new tors. k. a. Mcdonald & co., Drugtrisls and Gen. Am-ntx. San Francisco, California, iU & 34 Commerce Street, N. Y. tT Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. may Li, 1SU 114 tf THE SECOND VOLUME OF A H STEPHENS Great History of the War is now ready. Agent wnutcd. Scud for circulars, with terms and ; lull description of the work. Address National riiulisbing Co., Philadelphia. Pa., Atlanta, Ga., or ou ArfHiis, jio. may 17 tl POOH AGENTS WANTED intbcSouth, li to seU our new book TEN YEA US IN WALL S'l'ltEET. One agent took iJ5 orders the first day, another 75 in 4 iays. 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This master in thought and language shows us nutold riches and beauties in the Great House, with its Blooming flowers, Singing birds, Waving palms, Bulling ciouds, Beautiful bow, Sacred' Mountains, Delightlul Rivers, Mighty oceans, Thundering voices. Blazing heave; sand vast universe with countless beings in millions of worlds, and reads to us in each the Unwritten Word. Kose-tlated paper, ornate engravings and superb binding. Seud for circular, in which is a fult description aud universal recommenda tions by the press, ministers aud college profes sors, in the strongest possible language. Efb LER, McCURD? CO.. J "th Street, Philadelphia, ! SALE OF THE EGYPT COAL MINE. Joux Kessleic, Junior, Plaintiff, vs. The Egypt , . Compant, Defendant AT THE COURT HOUSE IN PITTSIiOKO', Chatham county, 'orth Carolina, upon Tnursday, the 28th day of July, 1S70, by virtue of a MorUjaye executed to ine as Trustee, &c., by the Eirypt Company, and also of a judgment ren dered by his Honor A. W. Tcukgee, Judge, fee, at Spring Term, 1870, ot Chatham Superior Court, in the above named action, I shall expose to public sale to the highest bidder that valua ble and well known estate in Chatham county. North Carolina, known as the Egypt Coal Jline. Tekms $10,000 payable at once in cash, or in bonds of the Company in such Moi t eagc secured ; the residue of tbe purchase money payable at 6ixmonthi, the purchaser giving boud lor the same with tw o approved sureties. JOHN KESRLER, Jb. june 3 128 wBw Rara Chance jol?.ake Money ! WANTED Some one iu every City, Town, Village and Neighborhood throughout the country, to engage iu a light and pleasant business, suitable for either sex. Wages from $10 to $35 per Week. For particulars, address or call at the otlice of tho PRESS &, f ARM PUBLISHING CO., No. 1 Fayettevillc Street, june 15-dlt wit Raleigh, N. C. rIs ' ' . eo2 " O J ?j ' tad 5J:l.': Wit Til ET ABE KOT A VJLB Fig ' s"7S"2. uij.i.i. jii pej- "a m 1 w m mm m a a a ' sm miii inui fill iA 3lLMUa:. fill I. I TXVI Mil 1 Advertisement. TO- PHYSICIANS. -M- ; NEW YORK, Angast 15th, 1868. Allow me to call your attention to my PEE, I'JKATIONOF ... A Compound Extract Jiuchu. The component parts are BUCHU, LoHd LEir, CUBED8, JUNIFEK BEIiBJES. Mode of Preparation. Buehu, iu vacuo. Juuiper Berries, by distilla tion, to form a fine gin. Cubcbs extracted by displacement with spirits obtained from Jnnlpcr Bcnles ; very little sugar is used, and 1 small proportion of spirit. It Is more palatable than any now to use. ' Buchti, as prepared by Druggists, is of a dark olor. It is a plant that emits its fragrance ; the action of a flame destroys this (its aelivc princi ple) leaving a dark and glutinous decoction. Mine is the color of ingredients. The Bnchu in my preparation predominates ; tho smallest quantity ol the other ingredients arc added, to . prevent fermentation ; upon inspection, it will he found not to be a Tincture, as made in Phar macopeia, nor is it a Syrup and therelore cau be used in eases where lever or inflammation exist In this, you have the knowledge of tho ingredients and the mode of preparation. Hoping that you will favor It with a trial, and that upon inspection it will meet with your ap probation, - ' With a feeling ol confidence, .. , '.: I am, very rcspeclfully, ' ' ' H.'T. IIELMBOLD, Chemist and Druggist of 10 Years' Experience. From the largest Manufacturing Chemists in the World. November 4, 1S54. " I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. Heltnbold ; he occupied the Drug Store opposite my resi dence, and was successful in conducting the bu siness where others had not licun equally so be fore bim. 1 have been favorably impressed with Lis character aud enterprise" WILLIAM WEIGHTMAN, Finn of Powers Weightraan, Manufacturing Chemists, Ninth aud Brown Streets, Phila delphia. Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu For weakness arising from indiscretion. The exhausted powers of Nature which are accom pauiedbyso many alarming symptoms, among which will be found Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory, Wakefulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil ; iu fact, Universal Lassitude, Prostration, and inability to cuter iuto the enjoyments of society. The Constitution, Once affected with Organic Weakness, requires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and invigorate the system, which Helmbold's Extract Buchu invariably docs. If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption or insanity ensues. Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu, In affections peculiar to Females, is uucquallcd by any other preparation, as in Chlorosis, or Retention, Painfulucss, or Suppression ol Cus tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrus Slutc ol the Uterus, and all complaints Incident to the sex, or the decline or change of life. ' " ' Holmbold's Fluid Fxtract Buchu Improved Rose Wash Will radically cxtcriuiuate from the system dis eases arising from habits of dissipation, at little . expense, little or no change in diet, no inconve nience or exposure; completely superseding; those unpleasant and dangerous remedies, Cu paiva and Mercury, in all these diseases. XJSe Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu In all diseases of these organs, whether existing in male or female, from whatever cause origina ting, and no matter of how long standing. It is . pleasant in taste and odor, "immediate" in oc tion, and more strengthening than any ol the preparations of Bark or Iron. Those suffering from broken-down or delicate constitutions, procure tlr: remedy at once. The reader must be aware that, howcvr slight may be tho attack of the a,bove discuses, it is . certain to affect the bodily health and mental powers. All the above diseases require tbe aid of a Diuretic Helmbold's Extract Bschn is tho great Diuretic I Sold by Druggists everywhere " Price, St. 25 oer Bottle. .Sew or 6 bottles lor J9.50. Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms in all communications Address . . II. T. IIELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 5'J4 Broadway, N X. NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP in steel-engraved wrapper, with lac simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed D. T. IIELMBOLD. . moy25, 1870. 121 dlawly. ' . M. 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Also, Plows and Plow Casting, I will sell cheap by the wholesale and retail. Please address SILAS BURN8, LockvUlo, Chatham Co., N. C may25 , . , ao-wot