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TV. M. UROWX, Manager.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1874.
LOCAL AXI STATE.
Grand Lodge. The G rand Lodge
of Free and "Accepted Masons, of
this State, will meet in Raleigh on
the 7th day of December.
Settled. Jesse C. Jacocks, Sher
iff of Perquimans, settled in full with
the Public Treasurer on tho 20th
ast, paying in $3,720.94.
iitely informed by the orator of the
occasion that his lecture was inten
ded only for the faithful and that as
he intended "shelling" all outsiders,
had better retire, we held a
council and fell back in
leaving the orator to the tender
mnrrv of hf frfpnrfa. "We hear it
rumored that the "Cfcudlo Lectures'
have fallen in public estimation
sinnn this last exhibit of secret ora
Rumbling of the waters.
The Editor of the Sentinel addressed
a meeting in Metropolitan Hall, in
this city, on Monday evening, the
mvPKREscE.-The annual Con- I ssa insi. we attended ior mo pur-
ference of the Methodist Episcopal I pose of finding out, if possible, the
onjeci sougni io ue ooiaineu. jxi
we could learn (and that was mostly
inferred) was that the Editor want
ed the public printing and thought
the best mode to obtain it was to
abuse his opponents. Those who
did not already know, were en-
lightened to the extent that Dr.
Hawkins is President of the Raleigh
and Gaston Railroad: that Dr.
Blacknall is proprietor of tho Yar
borough House and stockholder in
the AWrx- that Ma . Hearne once
edited the Carolinian ; that Ex-Gov.
Holden is a member of the Bap
Church, South, will commence m
this city, on the 2d day of Decem
ber. Bishop Marvin Is expected to
If Alcoholic SUmuIantsare taken into
the blood the heart works faster, and
t ils unnatural speed wears out the vital
machinery. All intoxicating nos
trums advertised as 44 tonics," 44 renova
tors," Ac, produce this disastrous effect
and ahouldbe rejected. Dr. Walker's
Vegetable Vinegar Bitters an Invigor
ant without the. curse of alcohol is
everywhere supplanting these poisons.
Robbery. On Monday after
noon, 23d inst., abouL 2 o'clock, Mr.
C. H. Weathers,- a grocer, doing
business on Fayetteville street, near
Martin, locked his door for the pur
pose of going to dinner. On his re
t irn he found one of his rear win
dows had been raised and upon ex
amination discovered that his mon
ey drawer had been robbed of about
thirty dollars. No clue had been
obtained of the robber at last accounts.
Under Way. A large number
of bills and resolutions are beinp
every day offered in the Legislature
and referred to committees. Very
little will be done until the com
mittees report, when the actual bus
Iness will commence. The work ol
the session is rarely entered into
oirnestly until after the Christmas
holidays. Although a resolution
- a a a .1
has been offered loosing io an au
journment sine die on the 21st of De
cember, it will find but little favor,
as indications point to an extended
session, reaching perhaps to the
middle of March.
tist church; that Thomas Scott,
Esq., Col. Buford and Maj. W. A.
Smith, are nrominent railroad
men, and that Messrs. Stone &, XJz
zell were, at one time, journeymen
printers. At the close of the speech
he offered resolutions concerning
rates of Interest, railroads, and the
Convention, but they were treated
in rather a farcical manner, and
amid the confusion the meeting ad
Bold attempt to escape. On
Sunday afternoon, 22d inst., about
4 o'clock, the prisoners confined in
the county jail in this city, formed
a plot to escape, which, however,
proved a failure. It seems that the
jailor was called to bring in some
lime for disenfecting purposes, ai-
WVdnesdav. Nov. 18th. in the
Senate, a resolution was introduced
bvMr. Warinsr. that a committee
of seven from tho Senate and
twelve from the House, be appoint
ed to devise some suitable plan by
which the public debt can be adjust
ed satisfactorily to the creditors anu
without oppression to the people.
Laid over under the rules.
A resolution of Mr. Waring's in
reference to the appointment of a
committee to consider what amend
ments were necessary to the Consti
tution, elicited much discussion,
and wa3 finally passed. The com
mittee is composed of eight from
the Senate and thirteen from the
In the House, Mr. Trivett offered
a resolution asking our Senators and
Representatives in Congress to use
their influence to defeat the civil
rights bill. After the introduction
of several unimportant bills the
Governor's message was received
and read. At the conclusion of
which, the House adjourned.
In the Senate, Thursday, Nov.
19th, very little of interest transpir
ed. The bill of Mr. Cantwell, of
New Hanover, extending the col
lection of taxes in that county CO
ter using the lime, and when about
to retire, one of the prisoners threw I days read and passed its final read
some of it into the jailor's eyes, at
the same time catching him around
tho waist. The officer drew a pis
tal and fired, when the prisonerran,
whereupon tho officer fired on him
again, the ball taking effect in the
back and bringing him to a stand.
At last accounts the would-be fugi
tivo was under medical treatment.
Fuel.. We are informed that the
enormous price of $4.50 per cord is
now demanded for wood delivered
in the city. It strikes us that if
this is to continue there will be a
great deal of suffering among our
people this winter. We hope that
our railroad companies will take
some steps looking to a reduction
of freights, as we are told that It Is
almost impossible for the dealers to
8311 at a less price on that account.
There is enough wood within a
short distance of Raleigh that could
Oisily be brought to market, to pre
vent anything like a scarcity, if the
railroads would agree to bring it at
Under a suspension of the rules,
the bill preventiug the Public Treas
urer from paying out any money as
interest on the State debt unless
specially authorized by the Legis
lature, was taken up and passed its
In tlie House, a joint 'select com
mittee was ordered to consider the
question of per diem.
Mr. Hanner introduced a bill
iookingtothealteration of the home
stead law so as to render its pros
pective feature that of a fee simple
title. After the introduction of sev
eral unimportant resolutions and
bills the House adjourned.
Friday, Nov. 20th, in the Senate,
Mr. Cantwell introduced a bill to
provide for calling a convention
with the same representation as tne
rights"" resolutions came up ai spe
cial order. Mr. Means offered a
substitute, stating that the people
had spoken plainly on the subject.
Tho original bill of Mr. Trivett
asks Congress to withdraw the bill
and also requests President Grant to
veto it, if passed. Considerable
discussion took place, pending
which the House adjourned.
Mr. Caleb Setzer, of Rowan, who
was wounded a few days since in an
encounter with a colored burglar
has died of his wounds. Applica
tion will bo made at the present
session of the Legislature for a new
charter for the city of Charlotte.
A colored man named Elam Hen
derson was shot in the side by his
step-son, In Charlotte, on the 17th
inst. There are fourteen prison
ers in Rutherford county jail, and
the number is daily increasing.
The skating rink in Statesville is in
full blast. There have been 44
conversions in Selma recently un
der the management of Rev. N. 13.
Cobb, of the Baptist church.
The Statesville ' Landmark has on
hand four fully developed ears of
corn, matured ou one shoot, and
two bolls from one cotton bloom.
Bald Mountain is again on the
shake. Partridges five cents a
piece in Hillsboro. While J. A.
Perry and wife, of Bladen county,
were working in a field, their little
child, 18 months old, fell into a pot
of boiling water and was scalded o
death. A trunk was found re
cently on a- street in Wilmington.
On breaking it open, letters were
found proving it to be the property
of Ja nit's B. Houston, of Jackson,
Tenn. There was blood on some of
th'e papers and the matter will un
dergo investigation. Jas. Boyd,
Sr., of Chester, S. C, was drugged
arid robbed of $75 a few days ago in
Charlotte. Four divorce suits are
to be tried at the next term of the
Mecklenburg Superior Court.
Mr. G. Livesay, of Goldsboro, has
recently shipped thirty quarls of
second crop of strawberries to New
York. Mrs. Harvey Hill, mother
in-law of Col. S. T. Carrow, recently
died in Beaufort county. A com
pany of northern gentlemen are go
ing into the oyster canning business
at Beaufort. The old hotel at
Kinston has been destroyed by fire.
A monument to the Confeder
ate dead is to be erected at Char
lotte. Ninety-five true bills were
found by the Grand Jury of New
Hanover county, at the recent term
of the Superior Court. New Han
over claims to be the banner county
in the way of prisoners in the Pen
itentiary, having fourteen majority
over any other. A patent has
been granted to Dr. B. J. Field, of
Leakesville, N. C, for an improved
method of attaching artificial teeth
to their plates. Mr. W. H. Sneli,
formerly of Craven, at present a
resident of this county, has been
out of necessity confined in the jail
at this place, for two weeks or more,
on account of lunacy. The cause of"
his trouble is attributed we under
stand to pecuniary embarrassments,
and his case is a sad one. indeed.
Prior to his affliction he was a gen
tleman of much intelligence, hav
ing graduated some years ago at
YalcColIeire, with distinction. His
whole estate, worth over $60,000,
was swept away by the war. He is
very respectably connected both in
this and Craven counties, but his
relatives, like himself, have suffer
ed so much by the war. thev are
unable to afford him any relief. We
are glad to know that Maj. Sparrow,
Dr. John McDonald, K.L.Myers,
and others of his friends have inter
ested themselves in his behalf, and
are making every effort to alleviate
his sufferings. Our community will
be under obligations to the Raleigh
papers if they will bring the matter
to the attention of the authorities
of the Asylum, and ascertain if
there is a possible chance for his ad
mittance. If there was ever a pitia
ble object he is one. Wash. Echo.
The two Female Colleges at
Murfreesboro are well patronizec
this season. The Methodists have
154 pupils and the Baptists 100. A
gentleman of Warren county pro
poses to exhibit a triplet of babies
tion of the leaf tobacco clauses in
the Act of June 6, 1872, without
amendment or alteration. During
the first quarter of the present year
the demand for distilled spirits has
been active and the quantity with
drawn from tho warehouse upon
the payment of the tax, has exceed
ed the quantity deposited, so that a
balance remaining in the warehouse
on September 30th, 1874, has been
reduced to 12,577,096 gallons, or a
decrease of 3,240,613 gallons as com
pared with the quantity remaining
jn the warehouse - on June 30, 1874.
The whole number of cases com
promised during the past fiscal year
was 38, and the total amount re
ceived by the compromise was $62,
679. The largest amount of revenue
collected in any one quarter from
tobacco, was collected during the
first quarter of the current fiscal
year which reaches the sum of $10,
162,9.34. Should the corresponding
relative collections continue to be
made for the remaining three quar
ters the receipts for the current fis
cal year will aggregate $36,000,000.
The following is the New York
cotton statement for the week (end
ing Nov. 20th : Net receipts at all
U. S. urts for the week, 15o,025;
same week last year, 130,152; total
to date, 1,109,234 ; same date last
year, h72,3S2. Exports for the week
97,258 ; same week last year, 81,053,
total to date, 477,174; same date
last year, 361,104. Stock at all U.
S. ports 516,495 ; last year, 391,495.
At all interior towns, 89,816 ; last
year, 68,207. At Liverpool, 540,000 ;
last year, 697,000. Ameican afloat
for Great Britain 212,000, last year
153,000. A considerable fail of
snow in New York on the 19th inst.
Five inches of snow in Port
land, Maine, on the 21st inst.
The following is the New York
Bank statement for the week end
ing Nov. 20th : Loans decrease half
a million; specie increase same;
legal tender decrease two million ;
deposits decrease two and half mil
lion ; reserve decrease seven-eighths
of a million. A. B. Mullett, Su
pervising Architect of the Treasury
Department, has tendered his resig
nation, and it is understood the po
sition has been offered to a Mr. Mc
Arthur, of Philadelphia. A mis
understanding of the mode of dis
bursing funds in Mr. Mullett's de
partment led to the resignation.
A terrible storm passed over the
town of Tuscumbia, Ala., on the
evening of the 22d inst., destroying
a third o: the place, killing twelve
persons ana injuring many others.
Among the killed are an Ex-Governor,
an Editor and a State Sena
tor. The President has been tele
graphed by citizens of Tuscumbia,
Ala., for aid for the destitute of
that place, caused by the tornado.
The President, through the Secreta
ry of War, replied that the appro
priation for the Army was so limit
ed as to compel him to decline the
necessary aid, which he greatly
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And let tho rush continue on its way to
J. M. ROSENBAUM'S,
At Kline's Old Corner, Fayetteville and
Hargett Streets, where it is a well
known fact that there is to be
found the largest stock of
PLAIDS, BROWN AND
BLEACHED DOMESTICS, HATS
AND CAPS, MILLIN
ERY GOODS, NO
CY GOODS, tc., tfcc, in the City.
We are daily receiving large additions
to the General Stock, which is always
kept fresh and complete in every branch
and department of tlie store.
Re ADY-MADE CLOTH IN G
is the specialty of my trade, and lam
now prepared to offer every grade of
Clothing at the very bottom prices. Call
and see for yourselves.
CROCKER Y DEPARTMENT.
I have tho only exclusive Crockery
Store in the city, connected with and
adjoining the main establishment. I
offer every species of Crockery at whole
sale, to the country trade, at Northern
prices, as I buy direct in large quanti
ties from first hands.
To all my former customers and pa
trons, and the public generally, I would
say that I am better prepared "than ever
to administer to their every want at
terms which I will guarantee satisfac
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MatuvKT Summaky. In New York,
on the U4th inst., cotton steady at 14Ial5i.
Rosin firm at 2.3oa2.40. Turpentine
35ia3(i. Money 2ia3. Exchango 476.
In Southern cities of the U. S., cotton
was quiet at from 13 to 14.
At Edenton Street 2I. E. Church, in
this city, on the 19th inst., by Rev. Mr.
Jlangnin, Mr. T. K. Waitt to Miss
Maktua E. Johnston all of Raleigh.
In Greensboro, on the 23d inst., by
vVm. E. Edwards, Esq., Mr. John A.
Rragassa, of Lynchburcr, Va., to Miss
Florence E. McGowan, of Raleigh.
In Wake Forest Township, on the
18th inst., of brain disease, Mrs. F. H.
Hodge, widow of the late Henderson
Hodge, aged about GO years.
Also, in St. Matthews Township, on
the 21st inst.. of Consumption, Mrs. Su
san Partin, wife of Drury Partin, Esq.,
in tne ooth vear ot her aare.
reasonable rates. This is a matter
etl by Col. S. McD.
, :i i to provide for the
"w . " the State debt.
companies will consider it.
House of Representatives
red to the Judiciarv committee. A
resolution was also offered by Mr. at the approaching Fair of the Cape
Cantwell in relation to civil risrhts. Fear Association. There are now
It opposes interference on the part
of the Federal government in the
control of schools, churches, &c,
but favors the passage by Congress
of the civil rights bill with amend
In the House, a large number of
bills were introduced, the most im
portant of which was a bill introduc-
Tate. or liurke,
Deaf and Dumb and the
Blind. We are indebted to John
Nichols, Esq., the efficient Princi-
oal of tho Institution for the Deaf
and Dumb and the Blind, for a
copy of his report for the year end
ing November 1, 1874. The num
ber of pupils for the year is 215, an
increase over the previous year of
13. The Institution has been in
460 granges in North Carolina.
The Lenoir Cadets, of the Carolina
Military Institute, have gone to the
bouth Carolina Fair at Columbia.
Three cotton factories are in
course of erection at ltockingham,
liichmond county. James C.
Skinner, Esq., formerly a State Sen
ator, had his leg broken by step
ping from a steamer, at Hertford, a
short time since. Dr. Jas. E.
Kea, of Wilmington, has patented
an invention which will prove of
ate, a resolution was offered by Mr. great advantage to railroads. It is
liraham calling upon the Treasurer a seu-acung saiety switch, ana is
to cive the valuation of the various reported to be very effective.
railroads, canals, and telegraph Numbers of persons who left Gaston
companies in the State for taxation, county for the West are returning.
and also what taxes have been col- lhe scheme to start a female col
lected on the same during the last lege at Tarborohas been abandoned.
flvevears. Adopted. Thirty-four students of Ruther-
In the House, the Speaker an- ioracouege nave joined the Method
nounced the various standing com- ist church. The Wilson Advance
Saturday, Nov. 21st, in the Sen-
claims to have doubled its subscrip
tion list since its removal from Bat-
tleboro. Messrs. Sherrick & Slo-
mittees. Resolutions were offered
asking appropriations for building
Govern mentCourt-houses at Greens
boro and Asheville, and for clearing ver have started a spoke and handle
every respect properly managed as I the mouths of Cape Fear and Scup- iactory on tnerseuse near Goldsboro.
far as the means allowed would ad- pernong rivers. - -ms xwumree, a young iauy
if Tho tvvi f Tiwnr several unimportant puis ana wnorecenuynaa a narrow escape
an appropriation of $45,000, and an
additional sum of $5,000 for repairs
of buildings, fencing, Ac. We hope
that no notions of false economy
will prevent liberal appropriations
for this noble State charity. North allowing
Carolina stands deservedly high for county to
having in the past so promptly
cared; for her unfortunate citizens,
and we cannot doubt that she will
sustain her reputation in this particular.
resolutions were offered, after which from drowning, while crossing the
me nouse auiourneu. uuuuiu m urwuecouniy, nas sued
Monday, Nov. 23d, in the Senate, the authorities for $10,000 damages.
Mr. Busbee's bill allowing the sale Daniel Setzer, of Catawba, lately
Curtain Lecture. On Satur
day evening, the 21st inst., it was
rumored on the streets that the edi
tor of the Sentinel would address the
public, and especially the members
of the Legislature, in the Commons
Hall, at 4 o'clock, of that day. The
of Wake county Work House and
changing its present location, pass
ed its several readings : also a bill
Commissioners of said
hold their special meet
ings for four days. On motion of
Mr. Waring. Mecklenburg county
was included in the provisions of
In the House, Mr. Blythe intro
duced a resolution of instruction to
our Representatives in Congress
touching the Revenue laws.
A resolution asking indemnity
from the government for destruc
tion of Davidson county Court house.
The session of the day was taken
up mostly by the introduction and
reference of many resolutions and
bills generally of a local character.
Tuesday, Nov. 24th, in the Senate,
very little of Importance transpired.
A resolution of Mr. Cantwell's
killed a large grey eagle measuring
nine feet from tin to tin of wine".
A little colored giil, two and a
half years old, attempted recently
to commit suicide by hanging, in
Iredell county. The little creature
was cut down in time. No cause
assigned. -Peter Freeze, an old
gentleman near Statesville. was se
riously injured by a bull last week.
WHOLESALE CASH. PRICES.
Era Offick, Nov. 25, 1874.
Business continues dull and quiet.
Sugars are very lirm and on the ad
vance. Other quotations unchanged.
Transactions iu the staple yesterday
were very light. The market closed
at 13Jal3i for low middling.
Ct ; VTON TIES, 8 J (a, 9c.
FEOUR, North Carolina $7.2f7.50.
CO UN MEAL, 1.15.
BACON, N. C. hog round,
' " hams IS.
BULK C. R. sides, 23.
" shoulders, 10al0.
JLiAUD, isortu Carolina, none.
44 Western tierces, 10.
COFFEE, Prime Rio, 25.
" Fair 44 21.
SYRUP, common, none.
MOLASSES, Cuba, 50.
CHEESE, Cream, IS.
44 Dairy, none.
NAILS, on basis for lOd, 4.50.
SUGAR, A, 12.
Extra C, lliHS.
44 Yellow, 10i103.
LEATHER, Sole 27J
HIDES, green, 7 (8.
POTATOES, sweet 75.
44 Irish, $1.00 1.25.
OATS, shelled, 75.
FODDER, old, 82,00.
44 new, 1.25.
HAY, N. C. baled, good, 1.25.
CHICKENS, grown, 25.
BUTTE K, country, 4045.
FISH, Mullets, 7.00; new weights
new law, lCOIbs. net, 10.50.
44 Cut Herrings, none.
44 Mackerel, new family, 12.00.
BEEF, on foot, 5G.
44 dressed prime, 5(0.
WHEREAS, THE PEOPLE OF
North Carolina have been abun
dantly blessed with the favorand protec
tion of Divine Providence, which has
crowned the past year with plenty and
general prosperity, preserved to us the
enjoyment of civil and religious liberty,
exempted us from tho ravages of war,
pestilence, famine, and other calamities
which have scourged other peoples and
States, permitting no evils to befall us
but such as aro incident to the common
lot of man :
Now, therefore, as it becomes us, a
christian people, to render thanks to
Almighty God for these and number
less other blessings showered upon us
in His great mercy, I, CURTIS II.
BROGDEN, Governor of North Caro
lina, in obedience to law and in con
formity with an honored precedent,
do appoint and set apart
Thursday, November t6tUf IS74,
as a day of public Thanksgiving
throughout the State.
And I do earnestly invite the clergy
of every denomination to open their
respective houses of worship, and the
people to abstain on that day from all
pursuits inconsistent with tho sacred
duties of the occasion, and with devout
hearts to assemble in their respective
sanctuaries, and oner the prayer ot
tha :ksgiving, and unite in the songs of
praise to Him who has given us peace
and plenty, and vouchsafed all the priv
ileges and blessings wo enjoy. Let
gratitude inspire our hearts and enlarge
our benevolence. And remembering
the poor and unfortunate among us, let
us add to our devotions deeds of chari
t3r and works of love.
With gratitude for the mercies of the
past, let us seek wisdom from above to
guide us in the future, thatour feet may
be kept in the paths of rectitude, and
that our days may be a blessing to our
selves and those with whom we asso
ciate. Done at the city of Raleigh, on this
-the 4th day of November, Anno Domini
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four,
and in the ninety-ninth year of
CUItTIS II. BIIOGDEN.
By the Governor :
John B. Np;atiiery,
20 4t Private Secretary.
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
ana nil Tliroat Iisea,cs,
WELLS' ' CARBOLIC TABLETS
Put up onlr in BLUE boxes.
A TRIED & SURE REMEDY.
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Danville R. W., N. C. Division, and
North Western N. C. R. W.
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And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery,
but has been Ion z used with wonderful
remedial results, and is pronounced by
the highest medical authorities, "the
most powerful tonic and alterative
Ask your druggist for it.
For sale by Win. F. Kidder it Co.,
New York. 17-4w
FIKSX GRAND GIFT COXCEKT.
Montpelier Female Humane Asso
ciation, at Alexandria, Va., November
23, 1874. List ot Gilts.
1 Grand Cash Gift,
2 " "
2 " " 41
10 " "
15 " "
50 " "
1,000 " "
Dr. J. Walker's California
egar IHttcr$-aro a purely Vcg
preparation, mado chielly from tl
tivc herbs found ou tho lower rauios
the Sierra Nevada mountains of C
nia, the medicinal properties of
'are extracted therefrom without tl
of Alcohol. Tho question i3 a
daily asked, "What is tno cause i
'unparalleled success of Vixkc.ai:
;teiis?" Our answer is, that they ic
jthe causo of disease, and tho pat ic
'covers his health. They are tho
iblood purifier and a life-giving pi i;;
a pertcct itonovator and im imiratoi
of tho system. Never before i;i tl.c
!i . f .1. 11 I i: :.. i ,
inisioiy 01 uio worm uas a uiaucniq i c, i
compounded possessing tho rema kal.
qualities of Vinkgar Uittkrs in heal;
sick of every disease man is lioir to.
are a gentle Purgative an well as a
relieving Congestion or Inflammat:
the Liver and iscerai urgaus m
The properties of Dr. Wai
Vixegar Bitters aro -Aperient. Diap!:
Carminatirc. Nutritious, Laxative. Di
Sedative, Counter-Irritant Sudorilic, Jviu-ra-
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
It. II. MeDOJTALD Sf CO.
Urogjfista and Gen. Apts., ban iTancuoo, C.'iltf.irni
ana oor. of w asainjrton and Charlton St3., N V
9 a . . VV . . -
10,000 ea. 100,000
Iu effect on and after Monday, Au.
45 p. m. 8.35 a. m.
Leave Charlotte, .
Air .Line J a. 8.15
" Salisbury, 10.44 p. m.
" xreensboro, 2.15 a. m.
" Danville, 5.13 "
" Dundee, 5.25 "
" Burkville.1 11.30
Ar. at Richmond, 2.22 p. rn.
Ieave Iticliinond, 1.3S p. m.
" Air-Line Ju.
subject was to be 44 The typographi
cal advantages of the Kaleich Sen- advocating, the puttinfr of all pri
tlneL19 vate into one Omnibus bill was
Curityled lncompany th a speech re-
several Others, to attend, but before viewing his past political course,
the lecture commenced we were po- In the House, Mr. Trivett's civil
Th3 New Orleans, Mobile and
Texas Railroad sections west of the
Mississippi, have been sold by the
U. S. Marshal for $350,000 to Frank
M. Ames, son of the late Oakes
Ames. The report of the Com
missioner of Internal Revenue
shows that the total production of
manufactured tobacco during: the
last fiscal year was 118.548.618
pounds. The tax collected on to
bacco was $33,242,875. The actual
production of manuft c'ured tobacco
exceeded that of the previous vear
by over two million pounds. The
Commissioner urges the continua-
IIISKET STILL FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers for sale a
with two worms, heater and cooler, as
good as new, made by Hesselbach, of
Raleigh, 1S67, used but little, will save
Revenue tax, Ac. For further partic
ulars addres JOEL PATRICK,
23 Gtpd. LaGrange, N. C.
Ar. at Charlotte,
Leavo Greensboro 2.15 a.
" Co. Shops, 4.00
Ar. at Goldsboro, 10.50 a.m
I. 15p. m.
11.04 p m
2.07 a. m.
II. 00 "
1.21 p. m.
Read Down. Read Ur.
m. 11.15 p. in.
" LvelO.OOp. m.
M . -
o.4i p. m.
Lv2.30 p. in
IVOItTIJWESl'ERIV N. C. It. 11.
Leave Greensboro, 2.00 a.
Arrive at Salem, 3.30
Leave Salem, 9.20 a.m.
Ar. at Greensboro, 11.15 '
Passenger trains leaving Raleigh at
5.41 P. M. connects at Greensboro' with
the Northern bound train ; making the
quickest time to all Northern cities.
Price of Tickets same as via other
Trains to and from points East of
Greensboro connect at Greensboro with
the Mail Trains to or from points north
Trains daily, both ways.
On Sundays Lynchburg Accommoda
tion leave Richmond at 9.00 a. m.. arrive
at Burkeville 12.43 p. m.. leave Burke-
ville 4.35 a. m., arrive at Richmond 7.53
Pullman Palace Cars on all night
trains between Charlotte and Richmond
JPapers that have arrangements to ad
vertise tlie scnedule of this company
will please print as above.
lor further information address
S, E. ALLEN.
Gen'l Ticket Agent,
Greensboro. N. C.
T. M. R. Talcott,
Engineer fc Gen'l Superintendent.
22,178 Cash Gifts," amounting tof)l,000,000
Number of Tickets, 100,000., Price of
Tickets. Whole Tickets, $20.00; Half
Tickets, 10.00 ; Quarter Tickets, $5.00 ;
Eighths or each Coupon, 2.50; 5i
Tickets for 100.00.
The Montpelier Female Humane As
sociation, chartered by the Legislature
of Virginia and the Circuit Court of
Orange Co., proposes by a Grand Gift
Concert to establish and endow a "Homo
for the Old, Infirm, and Destitute Ladies
of Virginia." at Montpelier, the former
residence of Jfresiaent James juaaison.
Richmond, July 3, 1874.
It affords me pleasure to say that I am
well acquainted with a large majority of
the officers of the Montpelier Female
Humane Association, who reside in the
vicinity of my home, and I attest their
intelligence and their worth and high
reputation as gentlemen, as well as the
public confidence, influence and sub
stantial means liberally represented
JAS. L. KEMPER, Gov. Va.,
Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1874.- I
commend them as gents of honor and in
tegrity, and fully entitled to the confi
dence of the public.
R. W. HUGHES,
U. S. Judge East'n Dist, of Va.
Further references by permission :
His Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex
Governor of Va. ; Hon. R. E. Withers,
Lieut-Gov. of Va., and U. S. Senator
elect; Senators and Members of Con
gress from Va.
Remittances for tickets may be made
by express prepaid, post-office money
order on Washington, D. C, or by reg
For full particulars, testimonials, tic.,
send for Circular. Address.
HON. JAMES BARBOUR,
Pres't M. F. H. A., Alexandria, Va.
4w Reliable agents wanted everwhere.
AD WAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
n Trom une to 1 wentv Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
infer ron 'Inpr thla advertisement need anyone
SUFFER WITH PAIX.
lun.TVAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CVRK Vr
It was tho first and if
i'T'Iio Only rtiiri Remedy
I it itiffftntly atop tho most excruciating pains. allaVj
Jii:laiiiHi:ttonn, and cure Coneetlon.i, whether of (fie
stomach, Bowela, or other glanda or organs, by
I IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
tt .i mnff.-r how violent or excruciating tho pain tha
J '1 K i .MATIC. Bed-ri.lden, Inflrm. Crippled. Nervoui,
r.iU:ic. or prostrated with disease marauder,
j HAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
I WILL AFFORniNRTAVT EASE.
IN TL.VMM VTlON OP THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
! CONGESTION OF TTTE Ll;s
$orn tiikoat, difficult brkathino.
palpitation of the heart.
hysterics. croup, iiptheria.
cat arret, influenza.
i NEURALGIA, RIIEUMATISr.
TfLD CHILLS. AC.rE CHILLS.
j The application of the Jtendv Itelleftn the rsrtor
t: ts win-re the pain or difficulty exlau will afford taxs
. I ("( in tort.
y drops in half a tumbler of water will In a few
:i i:' nre CRAMPS, KPASM8, SOUR STOMAll,
I-. AliTItrRV. SICK HEADACHE. IHAKRIIOKA
; NTKUY. COLIC, WIND IN THE liuWKLd
1 ail 1 NTERNALa PAINS.
i irHer- sliouM always carrv a bo t tin of Had
ay' Ready Ilcllef with. them. A lew ilronm
i -r will pn-vi-nt fdcknoM or pains from change of
- r It ii U-tu r than French Brand or Bitters ad
FEVER AND AGUE.
1 AND AGUE cored for fifty cent. There .
.i rv medial agent in thla world that will rare Krvrr
t A-ne. Mod all other Malarious. Blloin. Scarl.-',
.vi, cilow. and other Fevers aided bv KAH
S I'ILLiSI so quick as RADWAY'S READY lit-
Fiity cenU per botUc.
HEALTH!' BEAUTY ! !
FTRONO AST) PURE RICIT BLOOD INCREA Sit
j OK FLKSII AND WEIOHT CLEAR SKIN AM
! BEAIMI1UL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALU
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE TTIE JIOST ASTONISniNO CURES- FO
; QUICK. So RAPID ARE THE CHANOKS, TIIK
! BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER THE INFLUE.M K
i OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL XKDIC1N&.
Every Day an Increase in
ani feiilit is Seen and Felt.
BUY YOUR FURNITURE DIRECT
AND SAVE 25 PER CENT.
SSIGXEE'S NOTICE OF AP-
POINTMENT. Notice is hereby
given that I have been appointed As
signee of Wra. H. Hughes, bankrupt,
vice Calvin Betts, deceased, by the Dis
trict Court of the United States for the
Ea&tern District of North Carolina.
G. ROSENTHAL, Assignee
of Wm. H. Hughes, B inkrupt,
22 law3w. Raleigh, N. C.
"DAXKttUPT SALE. NOTICE IS
JJ hereby given that on Saturday, the
2Sth day of November, 1S74, at the Court
House door, in the city of Raleigh, N. C,
I will sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, for cash, the interest of Wra.
1. Hughes, Bankrupt, in the following
described real estate, to-wit : one tract
of land in the town of Henderson, Gran
ville county, N. C, bounded on the
north by D. E. Young. On the south by
the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad and
Mrs. Ann S. Young. On the east by
the said Railroad and on the west by
Dr. Samuel D. Young containing 15
acres more or less.
Assignee of Wm. H. Hughes,
Am Si y4 f f F
Erory dr'-.n of iho SARSAPARILLIAV RESOL
VENT c-'immi:. '..at through the Blood, Mweat, l"ririv
mid irlir Hi.-'-i MM,! Juices of the system the vjtfor
Kir It r. pi.-rsiiie wastes ofthe body with new nw
-niin-d iniitonnl. Fcroltila, Srphllls, ConrtumOtlfn.
;ilaiidular ill -en. Ulcers In the throat. Mouth. Ta
iiii.ri. NiMleKin iheOlnndsand other part of the system,
-.ire Eyes. Str;wuor:.ut discharges from th Ear, and
he worst fonr. of Skin dleaes, ErupUons, rever
re, Scald Head. Rlnjr Worm. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas
Acne, Black Spot, Worms In the Flesh. Tumor. Can--ars
In the Womb, and all weakening and painful dis
charges, Nlpht bweata. Loss of Sperm and all waste of
tliic life priuclplc. are within tlie curative range of td i
wonder of Modem Chemistry, and a lew days' u ti
I.rove to any person using itfor either of these for(ai 4
dieae Its poieut power to cure them. i
I f the patient, daily becoming reduced by the waif
and decomposition that is continually progressing. -njifds
in arresting there wastes, and repairs the nam
Willi new materia! made from Wealthy blood and tit
Mie S A R. ' A P A R I LLI A N will and doea secure aicur
i certaij; tor when once this remedy commence 1'-
. ork of purification, and succeeds in diminishing t!i'
m of wat-K. iu repairs will be rapid, and ever
I - mI digesting better, appeUte improrlng, and(tle4
ii weight increasing. i
Not only does the BAS.niTiun.UAn ErsotTTTi fftf
I anown remedial agents in the cure of Chronicler
iu, (institutional, and bkiu diseases; but it u iu
y positive euro fur
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
rinary and Womb diseases, Orarel. Diabetes, Dronr.
u.ppaare of Water, Incontinence of L'rine, B right's
a-e. Albuminuria, and in all cases wbere there ara
Walnut Parlor Suits. Reps or Hair
Cloth, con taining seven pieces, $50
Walnut Bedroom Suits, Marble tops
containing ten pieces, 59
Beautiful Painted Cottage Suits,
Also, a magnificent varietv of
HIGH COST WORK.
Full Catalogue and Price of all mv
stock sent by mail, free on application.
Write for one, i 4 w
trick-dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mi '
wiiii su orances like the wnneor an egg, or inreaus u
"-bite silk, or thf re i a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white bone4ut deposits, and when there i
a pricking, burniux st-auation when passiog water, aul
paau iu the bmall of the Back and along the fjuia.
Tumor of 12 Years9 Growth
Cured by Itadivay's Resolvent,
DR. RAD WAY'S
pertc?!r tasteless, elegantly coated, with sweet jram.
pw . resulate. purify, cleanse and strengthen. Bau-w-t
pills, for thecureof all disorders of the StomacR.
L i . Bowels. Kidneys, Bladder. Nerrona Disease.
Ktadaclie. Constipation. Costireness, Indigestion, vt
Bowels, Files, and all DerangemenU of the IDtem'
v iKcera. Warranted to etrect a positive cure,
jury, minerals or aeic
vwetable. containing no mercury
A frwdosesofBADWAVS PILLS will free the sy
e m from all the above named d bmrders. Price, Ifi ceuw
pr Box. SOLD BT DKUOOISTa . I
READ "KAL8E AND TRUE Rend one letter
jump to RADWAY A CO., No, 32 Warren St,
yrk i uformaUoo worth tHoiwandc wUl be KUl J9t