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THE "WILMINGTON POST.
WILMINGTON, N. C. JULY 15. IS69.
: A .Warning I
,' The Raleigh JSentuiel notices our remarks
l on1 the Virginia election thus :
The Radicals of New Hanover county
seem to -be getting alarmed at the prospect
of a split in the ranks down there, and are
trying to frighten the colored f voters by
telling ! them if they don't stick to their
leaders their liberties :are gone.' The Post
Says to them : 1 j'.
"The division of the Republican party is
expected and colored men are doomed it
such is the case." ,
1 The leading organ otT copperhead conser
vatism in this State then proceeds to ridi
cule aDy fears our colored voters may have of
democratic success by instancing the Demo
crats tof Virginia voting ior colored candi
dates. How shallow the pretence of . such
writers ? Under cover of one colored Con
gressman the leaders of the rebellion seek
vto advance and gain all the grojund they
have lost ; under tue wings of one poor old
black crow they seek to, hide their damna
ble deeds and hoodwink the majority in Con.
gress ! Mistaken men I The leaders of the
Republican party arc sufficiently acute to
permit no ruse of the kind to succeed. "We
tell ouf Sentinel on the ruins of secession ;
we are glad of his warning cry. We?, will
inform him and his friends m this State, that
traitors of all. classes are-alike in pur eyes,
and true men and ardent patriots never have
their race or color thrust into their faces in
' the colums of the Post.
Republicans of New Hanover and of the
State of North Carolina we have confidence
in y our intelligence, and we have this con
fidence renewed each time we gaze upon
such "men as " the manly Galloway or the
promising Mabson. There can be no divis
ion in the ranksiwhere harmony exists among
the controlling and directing elements. Our
cause is too sacred ; our ambitiqn too lotty
and the work too important to be hindered
; What it Means. -
The party mis-called democratic resolved
in California : . - : f -' " I
That the Democracy of California now
and. always,, confide in, the intelligence,
patriotism, and discriminating justice of the
white people of the country to administer
and control their government, without the
aid of either negroes or Chinese.
The organ of the sham republicans in
Virginia likewise joins in the cry that " ne
groes" must be kept back, and the cooper-
head " conservative' republican journal of
Mississippi adds its mite to feed the old
flame of intolerance, ignorance and preju
dice. The most ignorant of our colored
voters hardly need instruction on the sub
ject of democratic intentions, but as some of
our ' scamps" are trying 5 to sell out their
brothers freedom for a miserable mess of
copperhead favor, it behooves the people's
paper to expose" the machinations of the
enemy. Says the Vicksburg Times ;
We do not take the Chinaman from
choice, but from necessity. We are aware
that important results must folio w' in the
wake of the new laborer, but nothing can
occur worse than the condition of affairs
under which we now live. Emancipation
has spoiled the negro, and carried him
away from fields of . agriculture. Our pros
perity depends entirely upon the recovery
of lost ground, and we therefore say let the
Coolies come, and we will take this chanoea
of christianizing them. Our colored friends
who have left the farm for noliti onrt
plunder, should go down to the Great Tip-
public to day, and look at the new laborer
who is destined to crowd the nesrro from
the American farm.
It (the sham democracy) means then that
all men of African descent shall be refused
employment should they the shams suc
ceed in obtaining enough coolies bound
out as laborers to supply the places of
freedmen onthTfarm. ., Our countrv friends
must beware how they elect men who will
vote with the enemy and against the color
ed laborer. The democracv are mean enousJt
to do anything. Let bolters be watched !
The Situation Political.
Late news from Mississinoi brings us thr?
by patty dissensions, or by childish impa- agreeable intelligence that the true Repub
licans of that State are not to Ie found nap
ping or regardless ot the depth and power
of their adversary's policy ,and skill. That
tience. Our people want education ; tney
need every encouragement to elevate them
selves in the scale of life, and our sacred
duty is to cheer on the laborere in their
high and holy mission. Whoever can best
ad vance the interests of the people; he. must
gain our support and he who is actuated
by mean or selfish motives must be put down
and put Out of the Republican, party. ,
r Muscle and Brain
Tho old saying this is the agp of Brain
and Muscle," finds ample proof irf- the pro-
Etc88 made by our people to the knowledge MQ p& of of m ,
of this fact and the fruits we see m the mt -i ... , ,. 'ri
. jiuc wiue awajse genuine itepuuucaus are
BpiCUUiU.xi.lUlci.es wuu iuuu .wu vuuu-
live organ of a live Republicanism the
Vicksburg Republican discloses the machi
nations of the enemy. It would seem that
the opposition in Mississippi led by tho
most virulent rebels and copperheads pos
sible to conceive have held a " Republican
convention," and after adopting certain
planks fx om the Republican platform, an
nounce themselves tho members of the J
"convention" as the " National Union Re-
not to be hoodwinked, and thus our dash
ing cotemporary slays the dragon fraud,
even while the enemy congratulate them
selves on the success of their too transparent
villiany : . '..'"
A convention must have a constituency at
home, by which its members are authorized.
These individuals have no constituency and
no authority. Hut on the contrary, they and
their meeting are expressly repudiated and
denounced by the press and masses of party
throughout the btate. The hrst resolution
i3 false also, in declaring tljat the individ
uals there present " proceed to organize the
National Union Republican Party' of the
State of Mississippi I" Every man present
knew that they were doing no such thing.
Those ot them who have heretofore pretend
ed to be Republicans, knew that tho party
referred to, had already been organized. They
had pretended to assist at its organization,
ana in all its proceeding. &ood and bad.
deity that was answerable for the decay and they had borne a , part. The Democrats
death ot their offspring. I present, also, knew that the first resolution
The Southern section of our country is far wa3 la!8e- . A?v. Knew tnat democrats,
behind the North and West in the matter ot Dublican Dartv. nfhev had fo Lht ODD0Sed.
physical culture, audi we hope that.our sug- persecuted, slandered and belied that or
aestion of a practical use of College Hill ganization, in season and out of season, for
f I ii - a i r
two years, auu Jtnew oi its existence anu oi
its power i just as well as Pemberton knew of
the existence of Grant and his armv at the
siege of Vicksburg. i
try as." Base ball players," or who, like the
university i, 'champions, challenge the old
world to match them in power' of body to
endure fatigue, or, of skillful hands to
handle tho boatman's wand. Thanks to
broadetideas,. our. people are not in' danger
of dying out by reason of stupid neglect of
physical culture, and the " delicacy" that
borders on disease. i3 far less charming to
(the educated eye than the healthy round
-limbed bov or trirl who evince a fondness
tor all that is health giving and beneficial;
na-thevdo a contempt formal! that is cmas-
.culatirig and degrading. 1
We have seen parents carefully nurture a
child into early decline, and talk about the
Lord taking away," when it was only the
' shameless folly of the wretched insulters ot
The Power of Music.
I One of the first pleasant pictures we can
I recollect was Mount's celebrated " Power of
i Music oeing a representation of a Long
Island barn on an autumn day where several
farm hands are collected to hear fiddling by
one whose earnest face betokens love of his
j art and total absorption in the tragic air of
" Ole Zip Coon," or the melodious strains of
the "Arkansas Traveler. Mount has been
gathered to his fathers among the very
scenes he loved to deoicc and. we ' who re-
main to chronicle the genius of oiir artist
will never torget that the moral conveyed
in the homely scene we have mentioned was
one indictative of the natural love of our
people tor harmonies now seeking expres
sion for the first time in grander modes and
higher places than ever before attained by
even the most hopeful pf Americans. At
lastit has dawned upon our people that suf
ficient of refinement and cultivation exist
among Amerians to attempt such mammoth
affairs as the " Boston Festival " or kindred
attempts to bring together the latent talent
ot our nation. We publish with pleasure
the circular of Professor Tdurgee annexed :
The unparalleled enthusiasm witnessed iu
connection with our late NATIONAL.
PEACE JUBILEE, has afforded, new and
convincing evidence of the latent musical
sentiment of the American people, and re
kindled the desire, already long cherished,
that it should have fitting development and
expression. It is therefore proposed that the
various societies there represented, and all
others who may wish to enter into such an
arrangement, should associate themselves
under a permanent organization, having a
common head, with Vice-President and Cor
responding Secretaries in each State, and
holding periodical County, State and Na
tional musical gatherings; such Association
having for its object the stimulating and
developing of musical taste in the hearts of
the whole people, and the correcting of the
false standards which have been heretofore
too prevalent. It is believed that a new era
in music is on the eve of inauguration, and
that advantage may and ought tobe taken
of the present interest to exalt it to an ap-
T m "XT a 1 -w
propnate piace in tne iauonai neart. .Be
lieving with Luther, that its power in
moulding the people is second only to that
of the church, we call upon the good men
everywhere to unite with us in this move
ment, and by popularizing the art, make it
the means for promoting the social, moral
and religious improvement of our fellow
men. The chord just struck, and which has
produced such wondrous harmony, must
not cease to vibrate until the whole people
shall see and teel the power of song to re-!
fine nd elevate the heart. We. therefore-' re
quest each musical society throughout the
country, to appoint two delegates to meet
in convention, at Music Hall, Boston, SepV
lemDer zz, iooy,at iu a. 2l. lor the purpose
of effecting a National Organization, to
draft a constitution aud elect officers, and
tor such other business as may legitimately
come before such an association.
Where no society already exists, it is earn
estly deeired that one be formed without
delay. Let the entire .country be represent
ed in the Convention. Send list of officers
aad names ot delegates, to the underslgnerj
who will, where it i3 dysired, furnish plans'
for the formation of societies, and any 'other
information relative to the proposed move
ment. We are not alone in thu enterprise.. It
has been submitted to many prominent
friends of music from all parts 'of the coun
try, Who have given it their WP.rm nnnrnvn.1.
Nor, though it emenates from New England.
uas it any sectional nias. it a ms nr. nnH.
Oub public men can attend to no more
important business than the matter of how
bur ypuBg people shall be educated; In: the
country districts we know of many hundreds
of children whose parents feel the, deep im
portance of education, but " the laborers are
few." Will not our noble North send us of
their abundance of
good teachers! Who
will come over and help us ?
the establishment ot new schools goes
bravely on, but we suffer for good taehri.
1 ' .
Should any of our cotemporaries wish to
advance the cause of education, let them
give the world of young school masters
who are still abroad out of North Caro
linanotice of tjhe fact that the Post will
post tbem as to
" young ijileas."
chances for teaching the
f l illEW B00ICO.
JpHIT BEIDE'S FATE, SEQUEL TO THE
JL Chanced Brides :
Hans Breitmann' Ballads 4n 1 volume, beautL.
The Primeval Man by the Duke of Arjryle;
A. TIT! v
Leonora Caraloni, by Trollope;
Breakine a Butterfly;
The Last Anthenian bv Rvdbercr:
Fanchon; The Cricket for Geo. Sand; Cart up by
the Sea, by Baker: Little Foxes, by Mrs. Stowe;
Fairfax, by John Esten Cooke; Red Court Farm,
by Mrs. Wood; Gold Elsie by Mrs. A. L. Wister;
Service Afloat, by Admiral Semmea. For sale at
Live Book 8tore.
July U 289-
REAL ESTATE SALE.
It is the will and; pleasure of the editor
of the Journal to frequently refer to lack of
every " good ano perfect gift " on the part
of its political opponents and especially to
gloat over assumed superiority that has no
foundation in fact.
cpain is progressing crab-iashion at a
good gait. The Government has introduced
a measure to confiscate the property of those
who reiuse to take tlio test oath to support
tne new constitution wmcu establishes a
The Journal declares the late war not one
of the politicians,, but one of the people's
own chosing and desire. What " monstrous
The Missouri Democratic papers have
u suffered a sea change " surely when advo
cating impartial Buffrage and woman's right
THE RECENT CHANGE IN THE PROPRI
etorehip of the Post having thrown me out
of employment,. I would bo glad to obtain aait-
J. T. JAMES.
The Copy Book Primer,
OR AN EASY WAY OF
LEARNING TO . READ AND WRITE,
By jr. r. LOVE.
THIS LITTLE SCHOOL BOOK IS received
with favor by the public and is celling quite
extensively. Another large lot just receivca at
PERSONAL PRO PERT 1
xagmst SStk, 1861).
Real and Personal Estate. Agency,
CAPITAL STOCK $130,000,
SUBSCRIBED AND TAKEN BY RESPONSIBLE
PERSONS, AND CHARTERED BY THE LEU i ,
ISLATURE OF NORTH CAROLINA. '
JOSEPH O. HESTER, President. .
JOSEPH DIXON, Vice-President.
JOHN SKINNER, Secretary.
ROBT. G. LJJWIS, Treasurer, bond $5,000.
Supervisors of Drawing. ;
SION H. ROGERS.
JAMES II. FOOTE. ,
3,000 Valuable Pieces of Property 1
Drawn for, Worth, f 140,604 .'
73,347 Ticket to be sold at $2.00 Each I
i REAL ESTATE.
SEVEN FINE RESIDENCES Folk
City or Raleigh !
LOVE'S BOOK STORE.
BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.
Essays for Youig Men on .the interesting
relationof Bridegrooija to Bride, in tho institu
tion of Marriage, a Guide to matrimonial felic
itv. and true haDoinesS. Sent by mail in sealed
letter envelopes free o
may 23 ,
charge. Address, 110 W-
Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
will give U9 our first great school of muscle
(and health) ss well as brain culture. Many
a bright intellect has become clouded and
diseased by reason of early decay and resort
to stimulants to kep up the flagging powers
of mind and body. We have witnessed so
ing less than the National
good. Aud wo
Among the lively, true blue
sheets is our cotemporary the
' rx k 1
much of the neglecjt of ihealthy habits, that Register. Thus doth the P't mate its
vre are exceeding! earnest in our advice to
our young people to have a care of the most
precious legacy a parent can give a child
perfect health, hlealth in , body superin
duces health in mind, and the pure of body
are generally pure
remarks of one of
We commend to the attention of all
readers. Reference is made to the
Champions who e going oa(1' tQ C0Dtcst
OI J6'" ..... ii.. '
.fj; 'Id etudents. who want aomething
VrS wuews and sinewi, treat their whole
-aization with! the most delicate respect.
.- ' . . ' I ' . a- - i
A hey are temperate, cnasxe, inaustnouj,
with the Athletes
nr.tive. cleanlv. serene. simDle. I hey con
Bider their dress, their diet, their exercise,
their division of (hours, whether they1 are
worthy so fine a mistress as Health. And
the result 1 Their, eyes Are brillian, their
skins ivory embbth and pure; their step
elastic, their sleep . .infantile, their muscles
firm as steel. And with it all comes a clear
ness of mental conditions, a freejdom from
base temptations, which fairly belong to
hnt baincr who is but a little lower than
the ansels. but who ha?, through ignorance,
made himself r but little higher than the
brutes The boatrrace has given us, then,
wht. tca shall eauallv possess in defeat or
victorv five apostles ot physical health.
fiverv one of whom has seen tho beauty
of the religion of the body, and every one of
whom, whether he means it or qot; will make
converts. Even if be falls away from this
grace, he cannot forget his nobler estate, and
be will riso to it again. To a slender, nerv
ous, thin-chested people like ourselves, the
gospel of physical development : cannot be
too otteu or too vigorously preached, v; The
mistake we have made has been to imagine
tho body a prison. The Harvard Club has
found out that it is a palace, and has not
only fallen to beautifying it, but has shown
itself kingly in the discovery.
There may be better things to do with a
free' soul in a noble body than to row boat
races. But we are muco obliged to the bdat-
race which developed the noble body for
The Patriot of U" L
publicans ftfierr or f Don't
t0?lalt D8 -ghbor. Who weara the cast
the im- of the secessionists and inherits
Who- us ant name of the old Democracy?
.ries to ostracise white men into compli
- '.j and to Ku Klux negroes into silence.
In " sixty-one" Democracy rebelled because
it could not rule.; In "sixty-nine " the same
dog, grown too cowardly to rebel, stripes its
face and hides its tail, and sneaks out by
moonlight to beat an unarmed black man
because be is a radical.
We 7irere greatly touched at the feeling
manifested , by our freed people on the sub
ject of education at a recent Fourth ot July
meeting. The editor of this journal consid
ered it his duty to follow the advice of' our
worthy superintendent of 'education, and
dropping the style ot self glorification
adopted by orators generally ; he touched
lightly on the ' hope of the country1' her
educated children and the deepest atten
tion and intelligent appreciation of the sub
ject seemed to fill each listener who had left
his toil and taken his wife and little ones
to celebrate " the day of days.? u .
have a higher and holier incentive" than the
mere desire tor the success of the cause ot
music, although this hp.s been our life-work.
Believing it to be the cause of the church,
and that it may be made to contribute large
ly to its success, we commend it to His care
who is the patron of the churches, and
humbly yet hopefully invoke upon it the
Music Hajl, Boston, Mass.
Since the first dawn of I that sDirit of dis-
affection, which Nearly forty years ago,
stained Ainerian history with Nullification
doctrines aud doings, " Rule or Ruin " has
kAhe basis of democratic policy and con
duct the meridian by whicl have been de
termined the reckonings of the course and
bearings of the democratic party, and by
which have been measured its system of de
ception, its practices of yeiality. Talhde
ga Sun. !
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Medical Pzrpertm kind U&s Buchu leaves are
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SIX LOTS on Princess, adjoining the above,
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ONE THREE STORY BRICK. STORE on
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ONE THREE STORY BRICK STORE ou
Market street adjoining the abovo 26x70 being
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ONE TWO STORY BRICK STORE on north
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(ireenburg, togetner witu Duiimng lmmeuiateiy
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A RICE PLANTATION iuBruutiwick county,
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A VERY DESIRABLE PLACE ou Maaon-
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One 4 4 4 4 44
One 44 Warreuton 44
One 44 Chapel Hill 44
One Hotel in Taylorsville 44
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5 Parlor or Church Organs, 6 stops, f"J50
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5U0 Sewinc Machines, Wilcox &
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500 811k Dresses, best article,
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6 Velocipedes, f75
VJ4 Rolls Brussels Carpet, 45 yards each,
flSo per roll
6 Salamander Safea.Wilder's patent, bot
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Helmbold's Extract Buchu has cured every taininz about 160 acres, with dwelling house aud
case of Diabetes in which it has been given. Ir- J other improvements.
ritation of the Neck, of the Bladder, and Inflam
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DAN'L L. RUSSELL,,
june 17 283-ts
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The Canadian papers coatiuue to chroni
cle the movement of the people towards the
United States. The movement has really
assumed alarming proportions, and in spite
of reasoning on its causes, continues with
out anv sicrns of abatement The exodus of
thp. months of March and April were
the most numerous in poiiA of numbers, but
May thus far has sbown tint another class of
their citizens are determined to cast their
lot with the people across the border.
The New Bedford (Mas.) Mercury, of the
7th instant, in an article 01 the munificent
bequests of the noble-best 4 e J philanthropist.,
George Peabody,'ays : ;
Mr. Peabody, we leari designs to admin
ister upon bis own estae, Death will find
him possessed of onlymean sufficient for
a becoming burial. 1 will leave nothing
tor heirs to quarrel abut. His vast estate
wilL not be tied up in ancery, at the insti
gation of some avariious heir-at-law, to
the sore disappointment and suflering of
needy beneficiaries. Hhvill finish his good
ts. ask ior Meimboid's.
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EXECUTIVB DErARTMENT OF NOBTH CAROLINA,
Ralbigh, June 21, 1869.
"fXTHEREAS, oflicial information has hceii re
Y V ceived at this Department that a , vacancy
exists m the representation Jrom the county o
New Hanover, caused by the resignation ot L
Q. Estes, Esq., late member of the House o
Now, therefore, ,1, W. v . Uoldbn, Governor
of tne State of wortn Carolina, Dy virtue oi au
thority conferred by law, do issue this proclama
tion, ordering an election to be held at the sev-
er&l places OI voiing iu earn guuui;, via iu AAiav
Thursday in August, for the purpose of filling
said vacancy. an . , nt i
Done at our uity oi ttaicigu, inis ibi
Tl. s. 1 day of June, lSoy, and in tne ninety-iuira
year oi our inuuuuuueuui-.
W. AV. HOLDEN, Governor.
By the Governor :
W. K. KICHARDSON, rnvaw oucreiarj.
june 24 281-td
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, ELECTION NOTICE.
: ; ' i 1 i . '
THERE WILL BE HELD ON THE FIRST
Thursday in Auarust, 1869, an election for
The Journal has discoTered a strange lack
of morals in the "carpet-baggers.1' We
would tell that organ and its supporters that a
comparison will show among this maligned
plass of our fellow-citizens enough superior in
intellect, religion and manly spirit to any sim
ilar body of their political opponents even as
the editor of the Journal is superior to the
least among his Asiatic ancestors.
Hebe's patriotism " for yon ! The La
republics " have disappeared from the face
of the American continent, and our own
will Boon follow. The great American Re
public is only equal to a petty South Ameri -
The French cable no almost completed
deserves especial menion as uniting the
Pans of the old worldlwith her New York
sister and resemblance! We have long felt
the need ot close fnnectiou with our
French friends ; had t great hearted Ogle
thorpe's views been cied out Georgia and
the Carolinas would
nized by emigrant
France, and this ma
ave been fully colo-
roni the South of
A carpenters assoction of "Washington ;
in the face of the gvernment determina
tion not to acknowlege color distinctions,
have resolved that fcly li white " men be
admitted into their fissociation. Men so
resolving should be cficharged from govern
FROM WILMINGTON, GOLDSBORO', WIL
son, Tarboro Rocky Mount, Enfield, Wei-
don and ail intermediate places to Norfolk, Vir
giniaof three days-Kme day going, one day to
visit Old Point Comfort, Fortress Monroe, and
the Capts of Virginia, and one day returning.
To occupy the 20tb. 2lBt and aid Instant
Train to leave Wilmington at 4 o'cloek, A. M.
on the 20th, and arrive at Portsmouth at 4:S0 P.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 6:80 A. M.
and arriving in Wilmington at 8 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip as follows :
Wilmington and iotermtdlate points. . .. ..$6 00
Magnolia and " " 4 50
Mt. Olive and " ..4 25
Goldsboro', Fremont Wilson and Tarboro'
Joynera and Rocky Mount
Battleboro ..... .!
A steamer can be chartered for a trip to the
Capes, Old Point, &ci, for Z150, that wlU carry
6y(J passengers. i
SS? Aeents will be supplied with tickets (or
the round trip. I ) -
d. Li. Jr K.MUJi l,
Eng. & 8upt.
two Justices of the Peace, and a Clerk as &. Bqara
of Trustees for each Township, in the county of
New Hanover. In the Township ot Wilming
ton in addition to the Board of Trustees there
will be elected four Justices of the Peace.
There will also be elected I a Constable and a
School Committee of Three for each Township.
The election will be held at the several election
precincts, as now prescribed by law.
tl. W. BLiU-fcrHu-rv, JR.,
Sheriff of New Hanover County.
Wilmingtou, N. C. June 1869.
ELECTION NOTICE ! !
State of Noeth Pjleoliji a,
New ILlxoyeh Couwtt. i
BT VIRTUE ol an order from His Excellency,
W. W. HOLDBir, Governor of the State ot
North Carolina, and to me directed, hereby
give notfa that there will be an election at the
various places ci voting in tms ouniy on tne
FIRST THURSDAY III AUQUST,
next, for the purpose of choosing a member of
the uovm qf tieprtfcnvuxta yiceien. i. ij. jcstcs
J. W. SCHENCK, I
june 37th, 1S69 t 885-Unj.;i
Large Auction Sale
THE MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE COM.
A mittee are requested to meet at the City
mornlnsr 17th insL, at 9 o'ctoek-
consisting of Breakfast, Dinner aud Tea
Sets. Water Goblets, Glass Fruit Bowls and
Tumblers, Lamps, Dishes, Looking Glasses, Oil
Painting. Castors. Silver Plated Ware, Table
Cutlery, lot Gente Clothing, Under Garments,
Ac. Commencing this day and continue every
day and night until an is sold.
' J. F, PIG BEE.
jttat3-?8-tf 8. K E8T, Auct'r,
S000 Priacs; value of the total ain't, ?Ht5,6fii
"All of the above is put in the drawiug at tls
regular cash selling prices and will be dlspotli
ofby a regular mode ot Drawing, and in order
to accomplish this, the Company will sell 73,347
tickets at $2 each. t
The Drawing will take place iu the city!
Raleigh, immediately alter jsale of tickets, of
which due notice will he given, at least one n eck
belore the day of drawing. ? Ir
The Company is working under the provisos
of a special Cnarter grantea oy tut' General a.s
sembly of North Carolina, which compels the
Company to comply faithfully with all contracts.
copies can dc nan on application io iuc
pony-.. . .. , ... Mi
AH tne above mentioned property wm ccriauj
v be die nosed of as above b'tated. and those
drawing it will be iiivcsted with Ihu title it fee
simple. ; M
. ... 1- . I I . - -.11 A
ty 2so mcmucr oi iuu -ouii';iii is 4iiovco
o purchase any tickets. ? s 5 f
All moneys seni by mail, at the owner' a risk ;
hat sent bv Exp: ess, Post Oflicc Ordorp, Check '
or Drafts, ut the risk of the Company. ; .
No property will be listed unless t..c titie h
indisputable. I T -
The Treasurer nae uccu required logive a ooaa
or the faithful performance of his duties, lie is .
required to deposit, daily, in the bank, all mon
itts received, wnere it wi'i remarn uniu un ine
tickets are 6ld and all the property will bo pos
itively drawn and delivered to the parties draw-,
lng. Send two dollars by express, post oLce
order, registered letter, or draft, at our rhk,
or by mail at your own, and take a chance afthe
3,000 valuable prizes ottered. i
ilCKets will oo Bent any wuere miuc L-.utea
States at the Company's risk upon the rrceipt of
fhand postage stamp.
xne piau oi arawiug suuii ue u luuuno . mwt
shall be two wheels, (one a prize wheel and tone
a number wheel, arranged in some puwic puct
in the city, where auj one holding aJickettaaj
be present on the day of drawing. In the nnm
ber wheel there shall be 73,317 tickets corns
ponding in number to those- which have bieii
sold. In the prize wheel there 6hall be GJ 00
tickets. These tickets whl be deposited in le
wheels by a board of supervisors, who shall )o
appointed by the Directors, atter which the wj e
shall be sealed up and plaeed in tho bank in: i
city, uutil the time of drawing, when the tip :r
visors shall bring them to the place of dra;lg,
break the seals and the drawing shall be depos
ed ol by taking a ticket from each wheel a the
same time, and the prize ticket takeu frou tbe
prize wheel shall designate the prize dravu by -the
ticket corresponding in number to the one
taken from the wheel at the same time. Th
wheel shall be well shaken after each ticket li
drawn. ' . . '
The supervisors win oe gentlemen wen K"Jn
and noted for honestv and integrity, wtJ will
not be allowed to purchase tickets "or ox any
etock in the Company. The numbers and yrizes
will be drawn irom each wheel by two Wind boya
and a full report of all numbers drawing frizes t
will be published in some promineiit newspaper
mmediatelv alter tne arawmg.
DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE.
SKTBN FINE KE6IDENCKS Four iii tht V
One magnificent brick residence tbout i mile f
from the Capitol of the State with 8 acres of,
ground, fine orchard, delightful spring of w ater,
eautiful grove, walks of modern style, abun
dance of evergreens, aii necessan ; oul;""u:)
brick stable, carriage house, &c. value 110,000.
One large and convenient nouse iu tu i
Raleigh, on Ncwbern street, thirteen large rooms,,
double parlors, with all necessary out buildings,!
1 acres oi ground, and a beautitul oas su.
Value 16,500. "
(One largo nouse on ewberu and uioounorva
streets, containing twenty rooms suitawe for a
hoarding house, all necessary o.ut-baildiDgs, with
a beautiful oaK grove m the yard ana uu oi r
ground; Value 5,000. . .
Une ocauiiiui mrgu tvesiueuce, ou , v
root C lorht rooms and bamnnt. four out-build-
Id gs and stable,seven acres of ground, f Srove,
yen desirable and attractive. Value W.0W.
One in Warrenton, N. C, known as ino Piston
property, in perfect order, one of the best built
houses in the State, containing 8 large rooms, .
double piazzas and porticos, one of tue moat
commanding and beautiful residences m the ,
plact, with b awes of ground, fine orchard, beau-. .
Ufuloak grove in the yard, end all necessary, m
out buildings. Value $2,000.
The property at Taylorsville is very attractive, -valuable
and cheap. It Is a hotel at tne county
teat of a flourishing and growuog vuiage ot a
thousand or more inhabitants, and situated one
square from a good and flounsiiing youege, no ,
school of better grade, right on the line oi tne
Atlantic and Ohio Railroad, and being situated I
in the mountain region, the scenery Is truly do-
llghttul and fascinating, contains twenty rooms,
ana me oauainirfi are new. t oiuu
One in Chapel llill, conUining 4 rooms, with
one ionv iuui uiuiiji aiou,
uses and one and tLree-fourtha
acres of land. Value $3,00.
Those ordering tiekets can select uy numbet
from 1 to 73,317, if the number ordered has been
taken, the number nearest will, be sent One
three cent stamp must accompany etery order
All tickets will have the seal of the Company and
signature of the Secretary.
t3J" We refer to any merchant, banker or oth
er gentleman of standing in the city oi Raleigh
SfFor further descriptions end particular!,
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