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    THE ERA.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874.
LOCAL AXD STATE.
For Sale or Rent. A hand
some Rosewood Piano, of modern
make. Apply at the Era office.
Trinity Colleg e. We acknowl
edge the receipt of an invitation .to
the anniversary celebration of the
Hesperian and Columbian Literary
Societies of Trinity College, to take
place on Friday, October 23d. The
exercises will, no doubt, be of an
interesting character.
The Brooklyn Minstrels.
This splendid Troupe will entertain
the people at Metropolitan Hall
during Fair week. From the repu
tation that precedes them, our people
may look out for fun. They are
said to be the best company of the
kind now before the public.
Hakky Watkins CoMiJfa. The in
imitable Harry Watkins ami his
splendid Troupe, will occupy Tucker
Hallduring Fair week. This announce
ment will doubtless gladden the hearts
of our lovers of amusement, whom
llarry knows so well how to entertain.
We speak for the Troupe a rousing reception.
"The strength of the American
Republic." says a writer. i4 is the
universal desire to own a house."
It is a moulding all the people into
one heterogeneous mass. Theown-
ership of a house is something of
which neither the Irish peasant nor
the German laborer has, in hU own
country, any conception : but it is
here the goal of his hopes and de
sires. Fducation comes next; it is
a something the need of which is
not felt until adornments of home
are thought of. This desire to own
the roof under which one sleeps, la
distinctively an American charac
teristic, and seems by nature adapt
ed to the growth which is raising us
in importance in the scale of na
tions. North Carolinian.
There are many vacant building
lots in Raleigh, the weeds now go
ing to seed on which might, with
Removal. Alfred Williams,
Esq., bookseller, has removed to the
store formerly occupied by II. T.
Clawson, near the State National
Bank.
Depositors with the Frcedman's
Savings and Trust Company are
hereby notified that in compliance
with the act of Congress, approved
June 20th, 1874, to save all unneces
sary expenses, the Branch office of
said Companj at Raleigh, N. C,
will be closed on and after the 31st ;
they should, therefore, present their day night last. No
Dass books to be examined by the been obtained. This
agent of the Commissions at the
Branch office before that date. Pass
books not verified before the Branch
office closes should be sent to the
Commissioners of the Company at
Washington, D. C, where they will
be examined and returned at once.
The Educator. We havo re
ceived the first number of the Edu- profit to the landlords, give place to
xi(or, published in Fayetteville, by comfortable homes for the hundreds
C. D. Waddell, Esq.. a young color- of workiuermen in our midst. Let
ed citizen of that place. It is to be the owners of these lands dispose of literally crowded before the lecture
devoted to the task of endeavoring alternate lots at orices which the tegan, a"i many were compeneu
Lillian J; Edgarton. Every
body should go to Tucker Hall this
evening and hear this celebrated
lady orator. Crowds flock to hear
her at every point at which she
lectures. She is beautiful and fasci
nating. Ip Baltimore the Hall was
to elevate young men to a proper
intellectual and moral condition in
life. It is well printed, and we
hope it will meet with much success.
The liar-room Remedy for all ail
ments in Rum Bitters, surcharged with
Fusel Oil, a deadly element, rendered
more active by the pungent astringents
with which it i.s combined. If your
htomach is weak and liver or bowels
disordered, strengthen and regulate
them with Vineoar Bitters, a purely
vegetaMe alterative and aperient, free
from alcohol and capable of infusing
new vitality into your exhausted sys
tem. 4w.
laboring man could afford to pay, by
having easy terms, and the number
of those interested in the soil would
have many accessions, the arrows of j
the boy-god would fly thicker, and
in these homes happy housewives
would "ply their evening cares,"
and the community would have
bond and security for the good be
haviour of the husbands.
to return to their homes.
We clip the following from North
ern exchanges :
"Of the lecture itself it may be
said that it was a production worthy
of a right thinking woman, having
at heart not only the interests of
her sex, but of all mankind. Bos
ton Traveller.
One of the best platform teachers
of a true womanhood. N. Y. Even
ing Post."
We hope to see Tucker Hall
The Hidkory Fair has been inde
finitely postponed on account of the
circus.
Gen. J. M. Leach is to deliver the
annual address on the occasion of
the Sampson County Fair.
Wilmington was visited with a
lurnuiw ram storm on uie zoin uu.
Fences, and trees were levelled.
Henry Gains, a colored man, who
has4 lived for many years on Frede
rick Shearin's Island, about five
miles from this place in the Roa
noke, was most brutally murdered
by some unknown party or parties
at his home on the Island on Sun-
clue has yet
old man was
highly respected by everybody. It
is supposed the murderer was after
his money. He was knocked in the
head with a club as he was going
into his house. Roanoke News.
The Durham Tobacco Plant is
now rivalling Father Evans of the
Milton Chronicle, on monstrosities,
curiosities, big snakes and four-1
legged chickens. Here is the PlanCs
latest :
" We saw a man- in town a few
days since who had twenty-six
brothers, all by the same mother
and father. The man was a man of
truth and reliability and the above
statement is without a doubt true.
He was raised in Granville, which
s lows the soil of that county is pro
lific of other things than tobacco
We commend to some of our friends
in Durham a residence in that par
ticular locality for a few years at
least."
Excursion. An excursion train croW(ied this (Thursday) evening.
left this city on Thursday, the 1st
inst., conveying His Excellency,
Governor Brogden, several State of
ficers and some citizens, on a trip to
New-Berne and Morehead City.
Everything passed off well until the
train reached Stony Creek, about
three miles east of Goldsboro, when
a collision took place with a freight
train bound west. We copy from
the New-Berne Times the following
extract : (
"The collision was of such force,
however, as to demolish the cow
catcher and carry away the smoke
stack of the Chas. Fisher, injuring Page, J. C. Hunter, and M. C. Ut
spared to make the occasion a grand materially the driving wheels, and jey
Gmnt 'St thi freight' "and The following is the petit jury :
throwing from the track and piling D. S. Fletcher, James Enniss, A. L.
up seven cars of the freight train. Ferrell, Larkin Smith, S. H. Dunn,
The collision was of great force, but J Litchford, W. G. Riddick and
fortunately the engine Fisher was -r, , , m u
Sninr slow-oilin1? UD-and the R.S.Tucker. Two of the petit ju-
damasre was much less than it would rors were called and failed, but for
- ..... . .
had Dotn engines oeen
Fa ik of the Carolinas. We
acknowledge the receipt of an invi
tation to attend the Fair of the Car
olinas, which commences in Char
lotte on Tuesday, November 3d,
and continues five days.
Ex-Governor Vance will deliver
the annual address.
Liberal premiums will be offered
and no pains or expense has been
Wake Superior Court. This
tribunal commenced its fall session
in this city on Monday, the 5th in
stant, Judge Henry presiding.
The following is the list of Grand
Jurors drawn' and empanelled:
Thomas D. Hogg, (foreman,) T. B. TownshiD. that a man was found
Macon, W. E. Bagwell, Burgess dead in Second creek, near Thiatira
Tne cir-
Says the Statesville Landmark:
ine tax pavers in wiiKes are
troubled about their taxes. We
understand that the tax collector's
bond is worthless, and that the
county commissioners knew it to be
worthless when it was accepted by
the Board. Also that the county
commissioners are under the home
stead, so that a suit against them
would be of no avail. If it is true,
as asserted, about the tax collector's
bond, the people have a remedy
through the grand jury. The com
missioners are liable to indictment
and removal. As our attention has
been called to it, we will have more
to say on the subject at another
time.
Salisbury Intelligencer: We learn
from Maj. N. F. Hall, of Mt. Ulla
Reid, Owen Bright, A. L. Davis,
Hinton Caveley, B. W. Green, Reu
ben Flemming, B. Y. Rogers, Wm.
Passmore Nathan Adams, Wm.
A vera, Harrison Broad well, W, N.
success.
Rkv. Thos. H. Pkitcjiakd. The
many friends of this distinguished
minister will I earn with regret that
his eyesight has become impaired
to such an extent as to render it
necessary that he should consult
some eminent oculist. For this
purpose he will, we learn, soon vis
it the North. The Baptist church
has granted him an indefinite leave
of absence, and it is the earnest
hope of all our citizens that he may
return fully restored.
church, on. the 1st inst.
cu instances are as follows :
Mr. Hall says that Mr. . Munroe
Barrier came to his house this mor
ning and told him that some negro
children had informed him that
they found a dead man in the creek.
Mr. B. said he went to the creek
and there found the man floating on
the water, with a rope around his
body. Mr. B. thinks he is a white
man, but as he must have been in
the water for nine or ten days he is
The Attorney General has issued
the following circular to U. S. Mar
shals in the South in whose districts
violence has occurred :
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,
WAsnrxGTox, D. C,
October 2, 1874.
Sir: I would suggest that at
those points where U. S. troops are
or may be stationed in your district
some prudent and fearless person in
whose judgment you have confi
dence and whom the people respect,
may be appointed as Denutv Mar
shal to act at once in the arrest of
parties committing outrages in the
vicinity, that it may not be neces
sary in such cases to send to you
before the troops can be used for the
purpose of arresting those who are
guilty of violating the laws of the
United States. This of course will
not be necessary where you are eas
ily accessible, but where the troops
are placed at remote points, before
the necessary communication as to
he crimes committed can be made
he offenders, as a general rule, have
time to escape. You will give the
Deputies the necessary instruction
as to procuring warrants, and I need
not repeat that it is important that
you should delegate this power to
none but careful and responsible
persons.
Very respectfully,
George H. Williams,
Attorney General.
PATKNT MEDICINES.
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MISCE
paper
Market Summary. In New
York on the Gth inst., cotton was
quiet at 151 to lo. No change in
rosin and turpentine. Money easy
at2a3. Sterling 4S7.
In Southern cities of the United
States cotton was dull at from 13
to 14.
COMMERCIAL REPORT.
X ew Goods. We call attention to
the advertisement of Messrs. Rosen
baum A Bro., in this issue. These
have been
iroiner at full speed.
Conductor Rogerson of the freight
train was standing on the platform
of his coach when the acci
dent occurred, and . was thrown
against the side of the car and had
his shoulder dislocated. When the
engirea collided Engineer Hanks, of
the freight train, jumped irom nis
engine, the Grant, and sustained a
fracture of the jawbone. The track
was torn up for a considerable dis
tance, rendering the road, perhaps,
fo so Dedays impassable for through
trains.
After the collision wo learn that
gentlemen have on hand a most
comnlete stock of drv eroods. boots. Governor Brogden, who, fortunate
shoes, carpets and everything per- M. 1 !?i?.f.ft5J?y52
unable to say whether he is white
or black.
Mai. Hall laid the facts before
fVirnnpr "KYaIav. whn Ipfr, at. nncfi to
i iu: 1,1,1 I - ,
guou reasuus meir immca wue ueiu investigate the matter.
ovf . . , ' A Bold Proceeding. Last eve
ine cnarge oi ins nonor, juage ning about 9 o'clock, as officers Mc-
Henry, meets the approbation oi Alhster. Stephens and Biackweiaer
all good citizens, particularly that of the police force, were walking
rfirm f if. ali.,rlino fr rmitfcns. ""r Deal on vxmege Bl-reei, liiey
1 " , " observed a light in the grocery of C.
uuce m umw. Frazier. As this is rather unu
On Tuesday the 6th inst., a meet- sual for that house at such an hour,
Int? of the bar was called and reso- they proceeded to make an examin
lutions in respect to the memory of tion f h.estre: ,aSk,S.eJf!
.. . . ,r J went to the back door and was re-
tne late non. oion n. iwgers were turning to the street when a man
passed. Judge Fowle delivered an was observed to jump from a back
nnnmnriflb address on the life and windo .v. and speed away. Chase
tainiug to a first class dry goods
store. We have no hesitation in re
commending them to our many
friends, who may visit the city.
The reputation enjoyed by this
house should entitle them to a lib
eral share of patronage.
ed injury, congratulated the engin
eers upon their coolness ana cour
age, and evidenced other indications
of thankfulness for a fortunate es
cape." The party returned to Raleigh on
Saturday evening, the 3d inst., in
good health and spirits.
services of the deceased.
The court holds daily between the
hours of 9:30 a. m. and 3 p. m.
STATE.
A meeting of
State Executive
held in this city,
the Republican
Committee was
on Tuesday, the
Ca pture of W. H. H. Houston.
We gave to our readers some
month or two ago the full particu-
Greensboro has whistling matches.
Partridges are plentiful in the
Greensboro section.
Work has begun upon the Spar
tanburg and Asheville Railroad.
A bald eagle is frequently seen
around Salisbury.
Five prisoners escaped from New
was griven, out ne wouna arouna
among houses and through the dif
ferent alleys and escaped, it was
found that the man had broken off
one of the shutters to the window,
through which he afterwards es
caped, and thus effected his entrance
to the store.
The arrival oi the ponce was
timely. The would-be thief not only
got nothing, but in his haste left his
shoes behind him. The allair was
a verv bold one. considering the
earlv hour and the number of per
sons Dassinsr to and fro along the
street. Observer.
6th inst., for the purpose of appoint- lars of extensive forgeries perpetra- Berne jail on Monday, 28th ult.
ing delegates to the Chattanooga
Convention. We learn that dele
gates were appointed, but from some
cause the Secretary of the Commit
tee has not.up to this time,( Wednes
day, the 7th inst.,) seen proper to
furnish the Era with the list. We
presume the Committee had a Secretary.
Hymeneal.
UAUGIITREY HINKS. Married,
at St. John's Protestant Episcopal
liiurch, Kittrells, N. C, on Wednesday,
October 7, 1874, at 10:30 A. M., by Rev.
M. M. Marshall, "V. L. Dauoiitrey,
Esq., of SulTolk, Va., and Beatrice
Joskpuine, second daughter of Dr.
Thomas C. llines, of the former place.
The bride has many friends in
Raleigh, who wish her unalloyed
happiuess and fain would have
thrown tiny slippers after her, as she
started for her new home. Many
years of connubial felicity to this
cotiide!
" Thou his till death ho dear to thee,
And blest will be his life:
His truest friend I'll ever be,
Iteeause thou art hLs wife."
Marriage. JohnC. Blake.Ksq.,
Assistant Cashier of the Raleigh
National Bank, of this city, was
united in marriage yesterday morn
ing, the 7th inst., to Miss Clara
Kramer, daughter of the late Na
than Kramer, and step-daughter of
our esteemed fellow-citizen, Henry
Mahler, Esq. We learn thatUhe
marriage ceremony was performed
by Rev. Mr. Rich, of the Episco
pal church. We heartily congratu
late our young friend "Johnny
Blake," and if he continues to hold
the same place in ,the affections of
his fellow-citizens, which his con
duct, both as a social gentleman
and man of business, has gained for
him in the past, the bride will have
good reason to congratulate herself
oajier Jesser-half. So may it be.
ted by W. II. II. Houston upon
some of the banks of Mecklenburg
and several citizens of Charlotte.
Houston made his escape, after de
tection, and took refuge in Canada.
We are pleased to learn that he
has been captured and, at last ac
counts, was on his return to Char
lotte. The following particulars of his
arrest are taken from the Observer
of the 3d inst.:
"A 'letter written by Houston
shortly after his arrival in Canada,
was receivea in mis city, .rus
JLatest News.
Rice birds are plentiful around
Wilmington.
The Tremaine Brothers will visit
the State during the winter.
E. B. Page, postmaster at Kins
ton, has resigned.
An enterprising Boston man con
templates establishing a spoke, han
dle and shingle factory near Goldsboro.
Jos. Glenn, one of the proprietors
of the Cincinnati Gazette, is dead.
General Sherman's baggage was
packed on the 3d inst., preparatory
to removal to St. Louis.
The following is the New York
bank statement on the 3d instant:
Loans increase one and three-quarter
millions ; specie decrease half
Charles F. Cloud, who published furon' fr ;n; . ,Wnita in.
- i tiii va iam m. a . a v a m- vu w
a newspaper at iiainax, jn. j., in
JXtS
1840 is still alive in Baltimore.
is 75 years of age.
Rev. W. A. Cunningim, a very
whereaboutshavingbecomeknown, highly esteemed and aged minister,
the First National and the Mer
chants and Farmers' National banks
of this city, began to take steps for
his capture, and to this end, Col.
Thos. H. Brem, President of the
latter, telegraphed to the head of a
leading house in Philadelphia to
employ a detective to watch him.
In two hours after the telegram
was received in Philadelphia, a
New York detective was on Hous
ton's track. In thirty hours after
three-quarter million.
Booth's Theatre, New York, will
be sold under mortgage on Novem
ber 5th. The mortgage amounts to
three hundred thousand dollars.
The friends of Booth are endeavor-
Rev. Mr. Hufham. of Raleigh, in? to arrancre the matter, that he
has been called to the Baptist may retain the management of the
church at Durham, in place of Rev. property.
died in Greene county
since.
a short time
F. M. Jordan, resigned.
The " Baker st ille Independent" is
the name of a new paper started
in Bakersville, Mitchell county,
the first of this month. The object
of the Independent is the promotion
he started, the detective telegraph- of useful knowledge, good-will and
ed that he had come up with Hous
ton at Montreal, and asked for in
structions. He was instructed to
stay and watch his man until pa
pers for his formal arrest should be
received.
When it was known with certain
ty where Houston was, Col. H. C.
Jones, of this city, was employed to
take charge of the case and effect
his arrest. This gentleman drew
up papers and proceeded to have
them certified to according to law ;
from Raleigh he went to Washings
ton City,where papers for Houston's
arrest were duly taken out under
the Extradition Treaty; and hav
ing procured a requisition from the.
United States Government upon the
Canadian Government, Col. Jones
went to Montreal, and without dif
ficulty succeeded in finding Hous
ton. Officers took him under Im
mediate arrest, and a .telegram was
received here yesterday, announc
ing that the captors will arrive in
Charlotte this morning on the G:30
train oa the .North? Carolina -Railroad,
with the captured. ' T
What the result will be to Hous
ton we cannot foretell, but will see
in the future,"
charity among the people, vv . C.
Bowman, Editor and Proprietor.
Greensboro Patriot of Wednesday.
30th ult. : We regret to learn that
111113 1UU1 tlll UIU VlltlU Ul AJ. Jm
Phillips was badly burned yester
day. It seems in the absence of its
mother, who was visiting a sick
neighbor, the little one found its
way into the kitchen, where there
were shavings which Ignited from
fire in the stove and set fire to its
dress. A young girl In the house
discovered the child in flames and
tore the dress off, but not before the
upper portion of the body was
dreadfully burned. ; . ' 1
David Kellum, a gay youth in the
virfnltv of Greensboro, concluded to
play a joke on some ladies returning jpurvte, colored, one of the commis-
from church at night, by getting io
a fence corner and frightening them
as they passed. ' He succeeded so
well that yoqng Frank Whitingtont
one of the supposed frightened par
ty, got a shot gaq and fired, upon
the bobger." The shot were, how
ever recovered by Dr.;B. A. Cheek,
who took from the leg of ICellum
all except three, which were said to
be too deep in the flesh for probing.
Miss Maria Ewing Sherman,
daughter of Gen. V. T. Sherman,
was married in Washington City,on
the 1st inst., to Mr. Thos. W. Fitch,
of the Engineer Corjw of the U. S.
Navy. The ceremony was celebra
ted according to the rites of the Cath
olic church, by Archbishop Purcell,
of Cincinnati.
Henry Clews & Co., of New York,
ave decided in fairness to their
"customers to susoend for a day or
two the receiving of deposits,
and have transferred the remit
tances received during the past
few days to the custody of the
Continental Bank and to the credit
of those who remitted them. The
firm do this as a prudential matter,
though a much larger loan than the
one hundred thousand pounds al
ready negotiated for in London is
expected in a few days.
At a meeting of the Depositors of
theFreodman's Bank held in Wash
ington, on the 29th ult.. Robert
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES.
Era Office, Oct. 7, 1874.
REMARKS.
Business continues dull and quiet.
Meats and Sugars are very lirm and on
the advance. Other quotations un
changed.
COTTON.
Transactions in the staple yesterday
were very light. The market closed
at 13 for low middling.
General Market.
BAGGING, Domestic 21 ft yd. ISUylG
COTTON TIES, 99ic
FLOUR, North Carolina $7.2ofty$7.C0.
CORN, 1.20.
CORN MEAL, 1.20.
BACON, N. C. hog round, 15.
" " hams 18.
BULK C. R. sides, 1515L
shoulders, 103.
LARD, North Carolina, none.
" Western tierces, lti.
kegs, 17.
COFFEE, Prime Rio, 2 .
Fa'r " 21.
SYRUP, comaion, none.
MOLASSES, Cuba, 50.
SALT, $2.50.
CHEESE, Cream, 17.
" Factory, 1617.
" Dairy, none.
NAILS, on'basis for lOd, $4.75.
SUGAR, A, 12.
Extra C, lli115.
" Yellow, 10i10J.
LEATHER, "Sole 27
HIDES, green, 78.
44 dry, 13.
TALLOW, 910.
POTATOES, sweet 75.
Irish, $1.00(a, 1.25.
OATS, shelled, 75.
14 sheaf, $1.25.
FODDER, old, 82,00.
4 new, 1.25.
HAY", N. C. baled, good, 1.25.
CHICKENS, grown, 25.
EGGS, 20.
BUTTER, country, 40.
FISH, Mullets, 7.00.
44 Cut Herrings, none.
44 Mackerel, new family, 12.00.
BEESWAX, 25.
RAGS, 2.
BEEF, on foot, 5G.
44 dressed prime, 56.
JDr. J. Walker's California Yin.
egAr R i tters aro a purely Vegetable
preparation, mado chiefly from the na
tive herbs found on tho lower ranges of
thej Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia! the medicinal properties of which
are; extracted therefrom without tho uso
of iAlcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, What is the cause of tho
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit
tens?'' Our answer is, that they remove
thecause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They aro tho preat
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of jho system. Never before in tho
history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing tho remarkable
qualities of Vixkgar Bitters in healing the
sickf of every disease Iran is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the j Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
Diseases
The properties of Dr.. Walker's
YrxEGAR Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive; aud Anti-Bilious.
K. II. MeDO.VALD & CO.,
Drnppists and Gen. Aprts., San Francisco, California,
ant cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta. X Y
gold by all DruggLiU and Dealers.'
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
. after rea !ing this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIX.
RADJVAV'S READY RELIEF 13 X CURB FOB
EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and la
Tho Only Fain Tfcoxnotl.v
that instantly stops the most exemciatinfr pains, allavt
Inflammations, and cured Congestions, whether of the
Litnis. Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by
one application.
' IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain the
RMEI'MATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled, Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
i WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
i CONGESTION OF THE LUNG 3.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS. CROUP, DIPTHERIA.
CATARKH, INFLUENZA.
HEADACHE. TOOTHACHE.
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM
COLD CniLLS. AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready Itellerto the part or
parts win-re the pain or dillkulty exists will afford eoso
ami ComuirL
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will In a few
rv -nivnls cure CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH.
in. : I ItV, SICK HEADACHE. DIARRHOEA!
DVsfcNTKRY. COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELs!
Jim', all INTERNAL PAINS.
iiMveiers should ulwuva carry a bottle of Itnd
ut' Ready RelleT with them. A few drops in
r will prevent sickness r pains from change of
.v . -K It is hotter than French Brandy or Bitters as a
-'ii ijlant.
rzVER AND AGUE.
..U AM) AGUE Ctired for fiftv iunta Thorn
. i.;rniedlal aprnt In thU world that will euro Fever
,r--,lc;, Va a!1 otner Malarious, Bilous, Scarlet,
. i ufiiu, i rimw, anu oiner revers (aided dv BAD.
x v ruii so quick hs KADWAY'S READY RE-
. . r ii i y cents per oottle.
.. ASEMI-MOSTIILY
tlra nMi 4its ' "
FOB ONE DOLLAR.
Read the Splendid Faujily Paper
TIIE WOUIAITS itlOHTr
A sixteen oolnmn paper jderoted 40
v. . Theram 11 r circle.
STSubscrlbo for It t You will Ket
pur five ; beautiful premiums. Kejui
their description below. Itejineinlier you
cangettive engravings that retails for
iu ine art stores, and ami-inouthly
paper forone year, giving valuable ii
iigious etches, temperance stories, re
ceipts, wit, humor, AL
AJLt. roil OXE DOLLAIl !
Ifyouare not satined with tho
E U,reS r6tUrn thm H we will r-
try gives such premiums; W pawr has
so valuable reading matter 1
jC42r-Genera Lying In State!-A
uue wigniviiig or, beautiful
lauy aecoraung tho casket
warrior. i
Death of General T. J. (Stonewall)
Jackso.i I This is one of most touching
engravings ever olTered to the public.
jrirTwo Good Little Sisters ! Thcv
iuiii9it;rjiiK w "w Br,e or meir un
happy brother, who, while running in
the woods barefoot, has got a thorn in
his foot and a mote in one rjf his v.
. -nf'ook at Papa ! A young mother
is holding up a photograph of her hus
band for their babv eTrl.trLn ! hmk inL
at it with enthusiastic delight;
.CiJ-Mothers Jov ! Plain oval nt ft 11 rn
of a pretty young mother with her baby
boy in her arms.
Head this all attain and tl ion until! si
to JOHN T. PATRICK
4-tf VadnsIom v f
,
young'
of the old
CAROLINA SPUING 11 Kl.
Patented January Otli, 1 874.
The underfciirned
tho
offers to the public
arolina Spring Bed Bottom,
which for
Cheapness,
Durability and
Coinlort,
ho challenges the world.
This bed is composed of the npiral
spring, made of the best tempered steel.
is simple in structure, and is perfectly
noiseless, being an improvement ujkju
all other similar patents.
I will sell County or State Rights at
low ligures. Parties wishing to nego
tiate should communicate with me at
once. 1
Any ono with a little energy, can
make money with this patent.
For particulars, address
D. W. WIIITAKKK,
jan. 28-tf Raieigh, N. C.
Clerk and Collector's Office,
Raleigh, July 17, 1674.
OTIt'K TO TAX PAYUItS. I
will bo in my offlco dally for tin
next thirty days between tho hours of
9 a. m. and 1 p. m., and 3 and 0 p. 111.,
for the collection of the taxes of the City
of Raleigh for tho year 1874. Tax
must be paid within this time or they
will be collected according to law.
FRANCIS M. SORRKLL,
52 12t Collector.
Clerk and Collector's Office,
July Gth, 174.
J- O T I C i:.
Acting under an ordinanco passtHl by
the Board of Commissioners, June-H,
1874, 1 hereby notify all persons who
failed to list their taxablcs to come foi -ward
and list tho same within tho next
ten days, under penalty of tho law.;
FRANCIS M. SORRKLL,
47 4t. Clerk and Collector.
pun
L I S II E Ii S ERA
Wm BEAUTY!! N
o
j:.
TK(f.s. Asn pruE luorT blood ixoreasB
't vhK AND WEIGHT CLEAR 8KIN AND
i.f-c 1 1 .- l u i;o M SECURED TO ALL.
fiioners anoointea to wiua up lis
affairs, said he would, at an ad
journed meeting, make a statement
of its affairs, wnich would probably
not le as favorable as that hereto
fore published, nor would it be so
bad as -those who, in connection
with it, had taken advantage of the
fears and necessities of the deposit
ors who have sold the face 01 their
deposits at a heavy discount.
PRACTICAL
Book and Job Printers,
Fayetteville Street,
RALEIGH. 1ST. C.
Are now prepared to execute every
description of
JPlain and Fancy
BOOK L JOB PRINTING
from the smallest Card to the largest
Poster, on as reasonable terms as the
same work can bo done at any estao-
ishment in the State.
Wewill keep constantly on hand, oj
print to order.
Solicitor, Superior Court Clerks1,
Sheriffs1 and Magistrates1 Jltcnls
of the latest improved fwrm.on irmsi rea
sonable terms.
COMPETE IN PIllCE AND F.XK T Tli .N
with the be.st and rheapfvi !nib ic
the State.
Special attontion pai l to
school catalo;i;ks,
CiiULLAUS AND BR()N,i .
TOBACCO LAKKLS.
Milers b3 mail promptly ;itteiiJtul t ,
and work shipped by Mail r Kxpn.
to any portion of the State.
Orders solicited. '
W. M. BROWN, Manager,
Raleigh, N. C.
AD WAY'S
Sarsaprillian Resolvest
VH-a BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS VAOH THE MOST ASTONLSniNO CURES: RO
Qlifli fiO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES, THK
noa uNDEn;oKS, under the influence
1 if THld VUULV WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
TIUT
y Da? an Increase in Flesn
Wsipt Xi Seen ani ML
lUili
Hvorv dr.n . ' t.a RAItSAPARILLIAN' RESOL
VKn"!: n- ;iV through the Blood, Sweat, Urine.
.!!: ci.u juices of tho system the Yifcor or
.. .1. u,i , ' i uriiln wAsrea of the body with new and
-5 i.u-.i iUI. Sorotula, Srphilia, Consumption.
.ianJu:ur tl !-... L'lfiurs in the throat. Month. Ta
".r.s. .Ko.liu iIk Olniidsand other part of the system,
Eyts. .Sf ruiurou discharges from the Ears, and
in- worut forms xif skin diseases. Eraptlona, Fever
.. .r,.Si s-b1.I Hoad, Rhiir Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
wne. Ulack Hi t W orms in the Flesh. Tumors, Can
' -s in the Vt,.-iib. and all weakening and painful dis
' iiarcoR, Kiifht Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all wastes of
Hie lite principle, aro within the curative range of this
Tv.,mier cf .Mode rn Chemistry, and a few days' use will
r..ve to any person using it for either of theae forms of
.ti t-H- its potf ut power to cere them.
Ii the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes
i 1 .!:. -MRo-iriun thnt is continually progressing, sac
rtim crri-siwr tlieo wastes, amf repairs the same
;!: j'Mv TjuiicriHl inaile fn.'in healthy blood and thi
t .v ! AP.a "ILL I A N will and does secure cure
i rt 1 ;; tnr wltt-n t.nre thU remedy commences ita
,rk tif . i.riiirn.i..ti. r.nd succeeds in diminishing the
, s of t jir'-. t'-i rot'tir will be rapid, and every day
I tlie'.f "i.'l led hiinsfcl.' tf rowing better andstronger.
I t.. i .lics'ing .better, ajipctite improving, and usa
I 1 . !'!!'. iiicrcaiii.
.t-1 (m;!v (Joea the fiARSAPiniLLIAW Rksolvtht exccll
n r iiu-dijil brents in thecure of Chronic, Serf
The undersitrned. antxinted by tho
Board of Commissioners of tho City of
Raleigh to superintend the J.HSiie of
Bonds for City tScrip, will be present in
the Treasurer's Oflice on Saturday, th
12th instant, for that purpose. . ,
A. WILMAMS,
JKKF.FJSIIKK,
JNO. - NICHOLS.
Sept. 81 h, 1S71--U.
NOKFIEKT IUNSTOX,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
CORNER OF
Cabarrus and McDowell Streets,
RALEIGH, N. C.
IS NOW PREPARED TO DO A LI.
kinds of work in his line with neat
ness and dispatch. "
Kaleigu, Sept. I8U1, i7S. 1
A n!
W
K
I)
;H t oiistitutioiia!, aud
... fOkiiivv cure fur
;kiu UUeases; but it U the
i if ucy t0 Bladder Complaints,
n; v ..Ti.l Womb diseases. Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy.
, u-:- i Vmer. Ijicoiitineiiceof Urine, Bright'sDu-
a ii iimni ri:t. an i in an cases where there are
or th wr.ttr U thick, cloudy, mixed
.!, v. iii.i.of an egg, or threads like
r.K.rbid. dark, bilious appear
r 1 ."i itposiu, and when there ia
- when passing water, and
. .iuclt iuid along the Loins.
An occupation as teacher, bearing at
least a sotond grade certilicate. If in
formation be required addreM Wilnon
O. Lamb, John 6. Watts, D. W. Barley
and John Watts (whites) residing ut
Williamston. where I have been lalr-
ing as teacher for the last 15 months. .
J. II. hkuustkiw, (coioretij ,
feb 3-tf Williamston, N. (i.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That I
have been appointed Assignco of
toe estate and ellects of Charles Un
man, of Raleigh. Wake county, N.
C, who was adjudged a bankrupt
by tho District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of North
Carolina. " "v '.
J. n. FLEMING, Assignee.
Raleigh, Sept. 8, 1874. ; . ; 12-:u
iii-. ' :
CA.td hJ
; i Years9 Growth
Jl:i,.ivay9s Resolvent
mum ms& mm m
m&mi "i!iRp''(D!wiii
11
wiiii 1 mm
i
feb!6-w2m.
A SECOND
HAND ITIASUN AND
I1AIHL.IN Organ, doable bank of
keys, in perfect order, very low, at
NAT. L. BROWN'S.
FIDDLE, BANJO, GUITAR AND
DUKtCIIVIEK Strings, Fiddle Bows,
Bridges, Pegs, Rosin, Aprons, Ac, at
NAT, h. BROWN'S,
RADWAY'S
! ?oi?iirpiveMeplauii
, '.-. !, !..va:it'y culled with sweet rnm.
! .t.e. j urifv. cieii:f and strengthen. Kad-
th.; cure of f.M dimirdersof the Stomach.
-.-.-.. Ktiim-ys, Kindder, Nervous Diseasea,
j t:o?:.--tiprtti-h. Ct:vtieis, Indigestion, Dys-
; 4 U-.ioas.)-i.s Biiioiis Tever. Inflammation of the
! u. fiivn, and all Ueriiu'';int-nw of the Iateraal
1 Warranted toe fleet a positive core. Purely
1 .n Me. containing no mercury, minerals or deieterv-
a ilw dwe of RADWAY'S PTLLS will free the ys
: :i '.Una all the above named disorders. Price, cenu
; - w SOLD BY DKUOOISTS.
hi ... : " kalse AND TRUE" Rend one letter
ki..v KADWAY A CO.. No. S3 Warren St, Mew
... i-.-rmuikiu worth thousands will be sent yoa.
VI 11 INGTOK JOTJKNAL.,
f (WEEKLY
Tlie Largest i Best and Cheapest
Paper Published in North
; Carolina.
As aF irst-Claas News and Literary
! Journal, it is Unexcelled.
One copy, for one year, $2 00 '
Onp copy, for six months, .100
Th-ee copies, for one year, 5 00
Fopir copies, for one year, 7 90 '
Five copies, for one year, 8 50
Teh copies, for One year, $15 00
Twentv copies-, for one year, 25 00
jfiy-To every getter up of a CLUB OF
TEN, one copy will be sent free for one
year. Address -
1 JOTJRNATv
j Wilmington, N, C,
General Agent for tho Celebralod
Estey Cottage Organs.
Payments easy. Prices low. ' Send for
Illustrated Catalogue. - j
Also dealer In. aii kinds of .
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Fancy Goods, Toys Baskets, Children's
Carriages, Cigars, Pipe and Tobacco.'
Don't forget to call at Noj 10 Fayette
ville street, Raleigh, N. C. .
ANEW WIIKEEn'ic 1TII.SON
Sewing Machine, Sllter Plated, for
sale cheap, at " " '4JJ .
NAT. . Jj. ' BROWN'S.
LAROE VAniETT
Goods, i Toys, dko.f- at
A
Raleigh, April 7, 1871.
OF FANCY
BROWN'S,
    

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