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THURSDAY, AttGUST.J3, lS7f.
, ;' , General Xcws.
Uristow and XJolknap-xe turned to
Wtslringtoa 311 ,tbe 4th Inst,.;,
Thra JjoTSft h icves cJiansed
at Osark. Arkansas, on the Sth lust.
Ex-Mayor Lamb, of Nbrollr, Vft.",
died 6tflcr Ctlt inst.V,apd Tl 's-
VAnJknthb California forger,
fa dead, iiuviD taken laudanum, f.
JoVnJxttpoM, of Pittsburs tfa.,
who lost'hfa wlfo-and four children
by tho late flood,has become insane.
The Atlantic arid .Pacific Ihsur-
ance Com pany :.of.jCMca0,Ja in
solvent. , y ; i
Col. a Falkner, author of the
Arkansas Traveller, fa dead. Aged
71 years. , ,
Four hundred dollars of con
science money were received by the
17. H. Treasurer on the 5th insL
The President has jxistponed his
visit to Morristown, N. J.t until
about the J Oth inst.
Haifa million of National Bank
notes were exchanged for legal tenT
dew in Washington on the Sth Inst.
The new crop of cotton fa going
into Savannah and other Southern
It 6 reported that a prominent
dry goods hou&e in New York has
The steamer Henry Ames, from
SL .Louis to New Orleans, was
snagged on the 8th inst. She had
a full cargo. Three lives were lost.
The Insurance Commissioners
have ordered the Safe-guard Com
pany, of Philadelphia, to stOD busi
ness pending an investigation of its
It is rumored in Paris that the
German Government has notified
its representatives abroad that the
time has arrived to recognize the
A young man twenty years old
was sentenced to one year's impris
onment in 2Sev York on the 4th
inst., ior Kiunapping a gin s years
old. The child was returned to the
The government will sell a mil
lion and a half of gold on tho first
atm tniru Thursdays in August,
and a million on the second and
fourth Thursdays makincr in all
Tho Board of Directors of the
Driving Park Association, of Roch
ester, New York, have resolved to
give a purso of one thousand dol
lars to the owner of any horso that
can beat Goldsmith Maid's timo of
The day has not as yet been
lho following is tho monetary
siaiementoi the JNew York market
on the 8th inst. : Siccie shipments
two and a quarter millions; loans
decrease- one and a half million;
Siocio increase half a million ; legal
tenders increaso three quarters of a
million; deposits decrease half a
million ; reserve increase one and a
Tho revenue officers in Nev York,
on uic nil inst, seized about nine
ty thousand dollars' worth of crude
spirits on suspicion that fraud was
intended the Government. The li
quor was in i,47o barrels. A new
order has been issued requiring all
high wines to bo reiraucred before
rectification. It is said that about
$."j0,000 has been advanced by mer
chants on the liquor under seizure.
A post mortem examination hav
ing leen made of the remains of
Van Ktton, the California bond
forger, it was discovered that his
death had resulted from conjrestion
of the lungs ; he having completely
recovered from the effects of lauda
num. His harsh treatment while
under the effects of the poison, and
the needless exposure beiugallowed
him to lie naked for some hours,
an Assigned as the cause which led
Five geese, owned by a man living
ai .Mormon island, cal died from
an unknown disease ; and on exam
ining the gizzard of one, grain gold
sufficient to make a five, dollar
piece was found. The remaining
four panned out, each, almost the
same amount of the precious stuff.
The gold was probably picked up
by the fowls near -some claims
when; the miners had been slucincr.
and it is presumed that the quick
silver attached to it caused their
At Mollittsville, Henderson coun-
iy. r. v... on i no ixi insr.. a vouno
l;n!y nainctl Katie Tucker was kill
l by a young German named Gar-
soun. It apcar3 that Garseun was
employed by the lather of the
young lady, with whom ho fell des
perately in love. lie becamo leal-
ous oi me attentions or a supposed
rival, and deliberately killed the
young lady while the three were
silting in Mr. Tucker's parlor.
Tho murdererfled, but was arrested
and is in jail at Henderson Court
Victoria C. Woodhull and Ten-
nie C. Clatlin were arrested in New
ork, on the 8lh inst.. on com
plaint of Mrs. A. M. Truman,
who aneges mat in 1871, when
vvoouhull and Claflin were doing
i outness in jsroad street, she de
j iositl with them for investment.
the sum of four hundred dollars
which she was to receive on de
mand with interest ; that she has
since made several demands but
wvYcrKui me money, niey were
new to bail by the Sheriff in h bond
oi six nunureddollaas. Claflin and
hit mother were on tho eve of de
parting for Europe.
On the 12th of Julv. Tlirw. Tfcir-
rett, a policeman of New York, was
liiu-u u iimu uog. no immedl.
meiysnoi ine animal, but fear of
iiyuropnoma preyed upon his mind
to such a degree that he was con
lined to his led for a week. When
the roll was called on tho 4th inst.
ho complained of feeling unwell
and an omcer handed him a glass of
water, lie aasnea it to the floor
.and betrayed tho usual symptoms
of the disease of barking and snap
ping at those around him. lie was
taken to Park Hospital and the
physicians think it is a case of lyssa
phobia instead of the genuine disease.
Two lawyer i convicted '- of con-1
sniracv to defraud neirs were sen
tenced to two years' imprisonment i
and fivo nunareu dollars nne in
New .York on the 4th inst,, :
The creditors of Alex. Dorman fc
Co., of St. Louis, have concluded to
put the firm Into Bankruptcy. This
action! Is . based : mai nly i u pon the
fact about a week before .Alexan
der's operations were made public,
the State Savings Association and
Fourth National Bank discovered
they had forged receipts and re
quired hlmtotaKe mem uporoe
exposed, whereupon he paid the
State Savings, Association $110,000.
and the Fourth National Bank
$1 15,000. Under lho Bankrupt law
these corporations will be obliged
to turn over these amounts to be
divided among the general credi
tors of the firm.
The Treasury Department, since
the adjournment of Congress, has
naidout 030.000 on the claims of
the Southern residents before the
Southern Claims Commission. The
Commission awarded over a million
of dollars on the claims before then.
Congress appropriated only $003,
7C3.82. There have been but two
applications for the new western
banks this month, and they aggre
gate only acapitol of $100,000. The
retirement of the currency has thus
far exceeded the amount of new
circulation. Tho National Bank of
Missouri, located at St. Louis, has
surrendered it3 circulation and re
tired with its bonds to the amount
STATE LIFE INSURANCE
ItAr,El21I, NUKT1I CAItOIIIV.4,
Hon. Kemp P. Buttle, President.
F. H. Cameron, Vice President.
W. II. Hicks, Secretary.
Dr. E. B. Haywood, Med. Director.
Dr. SV. I. Itovster, Ass't Med. Di'r
J. B. Batchelor, Attorney.
O. II. Perry, Supervising Agent.
Hon Kemp P Battle, Hon Tod 11 Cald
well, lion Jonn w uunningnam, coi r
M Holt, Hon Wm A Smith, Dr W J
Hawkins, Hon John Manning, Gen W
R Cox, Col L W Humphrey, C Tate
Murphy, Col Wm E Anderson, John G
Williams, Col W L Saunders, R Y
McAden, Col A A McKoy, 1 J Young,
James A Graham, F II Cameron, J C
McRae, J B Batchelor, J C Blake, Walter
Clark, W O Upchurch, J J Davis, John
FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES.
It is emphatically a Homo Company.
It is large capital guarantees strength
Its rates aro as low as tuose or an
It offers all desirable forms of insur
Its funds aro invested at homo and
circulated among our own ueople.
No unnecessary restrictions imposed
upon residence or travel.
policies non-iorieitable alter two
its officers ana directors are promi
nent, and well-known North Carolin
ians, whose experience as business men,
and whoso worth and integrity are
alone sulli'cient guarantees of the Com
pany's strength, solvency and success.
XII i:0. II. 1IIL.I,, Local Ag:ent,
O. II. PERRY. Raleigh, N. C.
ZS" Good Agents, with whom liberal
contracts will be made, wanted in every
countv in the State.
March 13, 1873. 38 w6m
OF SALL OF
In the Circuit Court of the United
Slates For the Western District of
Henry Clews, Hiram Sibley and others,
The Western North Carolina Railroad
Co., E. D. Tod It. Caldwell, Rufus
Y. McAden, The First National Bank
of Charlotte, John Rutherford, Hiram
Kelley, Thomas O. Greenlee, James
Groenlee, Mary Carson, A. II. Erwin
N. II. D. Wilson, Assignee, R. M.
Walker and others, Defendants.'
The sale of tho Western North Caro
lina Railroad, E. D., heretofore order
ed by the Court, and advertised to take
place at the Court-house door in tho city
of Salisbury, N. C, on the 18th day of
June, 1874, has been postponed lv a sub
sequent order of the Court, until the
17th day of August, A. D. 1874,
at which time it will take Dlaee at the
said Court-house door in Salisbury, and
upon the terms ana conditions hereto-
U. S. GAIT1IEU,
Morgan ton, N. C.
AsheTillo, N. G.
Til O MAS RUFFIN,
Ilillsboro, N. C.
THOMAS li. KEOGII,
Greensboro, N. C.
Juno 24, 1S74. 1 tds
U? i IS
GRAVKS COTTON PLANTER
AVE YOUR MONEY TIME AND
labor, by usinjr the G raves Cotton
Planter." It sows the seed without the
trouble of rubbing, and with much
more regularity and precision. It will
sow from 1 to 7 bushels per acre. It
opens, sows and covers at the same
time, and requires only one hand.
ve refer to a few of the will-known
farmers of North Carolina, who have
used this planter:
W. II. Holleman. ) .
T. F. Lee. f " 'n-y.
uen. Joshua Uarnes,
Geo. W. Barefoot.
Wiley Sim ms,
W. F. Green.
A. B. Williams,
is. I). Kice. y Wavuo countv,
uoruen x noruegy.
A. C. SAUNDERS, A CO.,
Agents, Raleigh, N. C.
i it i nr t i iv a
HAVING TAKEN CHARGE of THE
SENTINEL JOB OFFICE,
ask a liberal share of patronasro from
my friends and the public eenerallv.
Every descrintion of Job work j'mf
ly. Cheaply and Ejrneditiouslv Executed.
anl at as low prices as the times will
All I ask is a trial. Satisfaction
anteed. Very resDectfullv.
j . JOHN V. MARCOM.
L L I A M S IMPS ON"
PHARMACIST & IKUGGIST,
33 Fayettevllle St.,
RALEIGH, N. C,
Keeps constantly on hand a foil and
complete stock of " , .
; . ' sf
DIUKJS, - o-' '
Of every description usually kept in a
first-class Drug Store.
A large stock of
Fresh and lleliable fiarden Seed.
just to hand. ...
I would call the attention f thoe in
need to my htu:k of
II A It D RUBBER TRUSSES,
which far surpass any other in use
The y are liirht, cleanly and comfortable;
never rust, break, chafe or soil. They
may be had on trial for 30 days if not
satisfactory they may be returned, wbr n
the money vml be refunded.
CAR f j O A D
RECEIVED. . . ,
"These iustlv celebrated wagons.
whose superior qualities, with their
well earned and enviable reputation, so
lone established, and more widely
known than any other, are within the
reach of all at fair prices and on liberal
terms. The demand for them in all
sections is constant and unabated, for
they are found to be such wagons as
meet the real wants, of an honest and
discriminating people.. And though the
demand for them has continually, in
creased since thev were first made, now
for nearly a quarter of , century, we
propose to announce to
And to all who want the very best
wagons, that we have now .most ample
facilities, tJie most complete arrange
ments, tho most extensive and periect
stock of materials for the nianuiacture
of wagons, the best in all respects ever
offered in this or any other State or ter
ritory. As to their substantial qualities
lightness of draft and durability, ask
tho thousands who have used them.
They have stood the severest tests ol
every climate, and wherever used in
all tho Southern and Western States, on
tho Great Plains, in all the Western
Territories, and on the Pacific Coast
they are pronounced the leading and
best wagons for all purposes required
Granges will find it to their interes;
to correspond with us.
WAYNE ALL.COTT & CO.
mho tf Agents.
SURGEON GEN'S OFFICE,
Washington, D. C, July i, 1874.
An Army Medical Board will meet at
New York City, and a similar board at
San Frarfcisco, on the 4th of August
next, for the examination of candidates
lor admission into the Medical Staff of
the U. S. Army.
Applications for permission to appear
belore these itoarag suoulu be addressed
to the Secretary of War, through the
Surgeon General, U. S. Army.
The application must be in the hand
writing of the candidate, and must state
the full name, residence, age, and date
and place of birth. Candidates must be
between 21 and 28 years of acre, and
graduates of a Medical College having a
thorough and complete course of medi
cal education- - evidence of which must
be submitted to the Board.
Testimonials as to character and qual
ifications must bo turnisued.
If the applicant has been in the medi
cal service ol the army the fact should
be stated, and irr such cases the limit
of age may be extended, subject to the
decision of the Secretary of War in each
xno allowance is made ior travel or
other expenses of persons undergoing
examination, as it is an indispensible
prerequisite to appointment.
J. K. BARNES,
Surgeon General, U. S. Army.
MORRIS fc CO
No. 3 Fayetteville St.,
RALEIGH, 1ST . J . ,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
Spring Beds from $3.50 to $18-
CAI.L AIV EXAITUNK
The fi nest assortment of
WALNUT CHAMBER S
Ever brought to this market before,
AND BE COVIXCED
that what we say is true as
quality and price.
W. II. MORRIS Jk CO
Q II RISTI A N ADVOCATE,
RALEIQII, N. C.
JCev. J. B. BobbiU, JSd. and Pub.
Religion, Literature, Science, ART,
NEWS, and GENERAL Intel
ligence. TIIR ORGAN OP THE
NORTH CAROLINA CONFER
ENCE OF THE
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
jJ3rv e olier no premiums. -fsi The
ADVOCATE stands upon its intrinsi
Most Excellent Advertising' Medium for
jjustness iien Uenerally.
Two dollars per annum, in advance.
$1.25 for six months.
J3rTh cheapest paper in the State.
IF YOU Yl'AX A PARliOR
Church Organ go to
NAT. L. BROWN'S.
Raleigh April 7, 1874.
CRACKERS, CAKES, CANNED
Goods, Jellies, Pickle Sardines,
Candies and Nuts, at BROWN'S.
Raleigh, April 7, 1S74.
p t; tt V D
The only known remedy lor
bri on ts Z disease. ,
, And a positive remedy for K ?f
GOUT, GRAVEX., STRICTURES;
, vDIABETES,DYSPEPSIAir ,
NERVOUS DEBlL-; ; '
; Non-reterition or: incontinence of f , i
Urine, Irritation, Inflammation j or.Ul
i . ceration of the - t " , I
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Leucorrhoea or Whites, Disease of the
Prostrate Gland, Stone in the
Calculus Gravel or JBrickdust Deposit
and Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Permanently Cures all Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS & DROP
Existing in Men, Women and Children.
NO MATTER WHATTHE AGE!
Prof, Steele says: "One bottle of
Kearney's Flu id Ex tract Buchu is worth
more tliau all other Buchuscombinen."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six
Bottles for Five Dollars. Sold by all
Depot, 104 Dnanc .St., New York.
A Ppbysician in attendance to answer
correspondence and give advice gratis.
iSend stamp for pamplets, free.T
Nervous ancl Debilitated
Of Both Sexes.
JVb Charte for Advice and Consultation.
Dr. J. B. Dyott, graduate of Jeffer
son Medical College, Philadelphia, au
thor of several valuable works, can be
consulted on all diseases of the Sexual
or Urinary Organs, (which he has made
an especial study) either in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause origi
nating or of how long standing. A
practice of 30 years enables him to treat
diseases with success. Cures guaran
teed. Charges reasonable. Those at a
distance can, . fox warn letter describing
symptoms and enclosing to prepay
ena ior uio uuiae to neaan. j-rice
J. B. DYOTT, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. 104 Duane St.
N. Y. feb. 4. ly.
CAROLINA SPRING BED.
Patented January itli, 1874.
oilers to the public
CAROLINA SPRING BED
he challenges tho world.
This bed is composed of tho spiral
spring, maue oi tue nest tern perea steei. .
is simple in structure, and is perfectly
noiseless, being an improvement upon
all other similar patents.
I will sell County or State Rights at
low figures. Parties wishing to nego
tiate should communicate with me at
Any one with a little energy, can
make money with this patent.
For particulars, address
D. W. WHITAKER,
jan. 2S-tf Raleigh, N. C.
The Laraest. Best and Cheapest
Paper Published in North
As a. First-class News and Literary
Journal, it is Unexcelled
One copy, for one year, 2 00
One copy, for six months," 1 00
Three copies, for one year, 5 00
Four -copies, for one year, 7 90
Five copies, for one year, 8 5U
Ten copies, for one year, $15 00
Twenty copies, for one year, 25 00
3TTo every getter up of a CLUB OF
TEN, one copy will be sent free for one
Wilmington, N. C.
II Ml XV A It
I will pay a reward of twenty dollars
for the apprehension and delivery, eith
er at the Wako County Work House or
Jail, of Solomon Buflaloe, who escaped
from the Work House on the 10th day
of April, last. Buffaloe is about G feet
high, dark brown color, one or two front
teeth out, or broken off, and weierhs
about 180 pounds. He lived before sen
tenced to the Work House, about 5
miles East of Raleigh.
J. U. FERGUSON.
20 3t. Sup't Work House.
CANE-SEA XING .THESE
branches being taught in the North Car
olina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
and the Blind, we are prepared to fur
nish Mattresses of the very best make
and material, and at cheap rates. Also,
to cane-seat chairs, settees, fcc, &c.
Mieooiris. We also have on hand a
large lot of excellent Brooms, which
will be sold cheap.
Address Institution forhe Deaf and
Dumb and Blind, Raleigh?N. C.
Raleiglr, March 26, 1874. S 3m
C, STATE PENITENTIAKV,
Office op the Deputy Warden,
Raleigh, N. C, July 10th, 1S74.
Ten dollars reward for the apprehen
sion of GeorgeBrown, an escaped con
vict, if taken in tho countv of Wake.
and?20 taken beyond the limits of
the cot j.
W. II. THOMPSON, ,
George Brown, colored, weierhs 163
pounds and is 5 feet and 5 inches high.
Clerk and Collector's Office,
Raleigh, July 17, 1874.
TOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. I
-LX will be in my office daily for the
next thirty days between the hours of
9 a. m. and 1 p. mM and 3 and 6 p. m..
for tfce collection of the taxes of the Citv
of Raleigh for the year 1874. Taxes
must be paid within this time or thev
will be collected according to law.
FRANCIS M. SORRELiI.
52 12t Collector.
At the Insane Asylum, two cooks.
male and female, unincumbered ; also
a trood washer and ironer. nninenm.
bered, and a imod female servant for
general house work.
Apply to Mrs. B. Y. HUGGINS.
26 3t. Stewardess.
T7- -n-j r.-caluis;
i MUi C. ECCIiES,
I ' 'JTXUpilCWl,
I . m
, i CIARLOTTK,,
vBailev (t McCorkle,
Attorneys and Counselors at
. i h - i f;.A f:---, ' i 4-6m
m T. M. AKGO
Attorney and Councilor' at Law,
Pjjte& 'pxfrJfayettevUle street, near the
i Court House.) ,
or n e v at L
RALEIGH. 2T. C
Will practice in the State and. Federal
' OFFICE near the Court House,
'll-ly. : .
W. W. JONES.' -
Attorneys at Law
RALEIGH, N. C
Practice in the Supreme Court of the State,
the District and Circuit Courts of the Uni
ted States and the several Courts of the 6th
Judicial District. .
(.ea-Office on Fayettevllle Street near the
SION H. ROGERS,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Fayetteville Street, two half
squares South of Yarborough House,
Haywood old office.
J. McO. PERKINS,
Counselor at Law and Solicitor
513 1th St., Opposite U. S. P. O. Dept.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION GIVEN TO
contested and abandoned cases un
der the Patent "Laws ; to Appeals, Re-
Interferences, and lntringe-
ments ; and to suits at law and equity,
growing out of the rights and interests
Correspondence solicited. 14 ly
Is now open, and is under the charge o
Mr. W. R. PEPPER.
No. 1 Fayetteville Street,
RALE IQ ft N. C.,
B O O It 13 I N JO E 12. ,
And Blank Book Manufacturer.
Newspapers, Magazines, and Law
Books, of every description, bound in
the very best style, and at lowest price.
Gold and Silver-ware.
. . . k
Also keeps constantly on hand
ALL, THE LATEST STYLES OF FINE
Jewelry. All kinds of repairing done with
neatness and dispa ten.
West Side of Fayetteville St.
Opposite Metropolitan Hall.
R. E. PETTY.
T. N. JONES.
JON E S:
E T T Y
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES AND HATS,
SO Fayetteville Street.
RALEIGH, N. C.
We have Opened to-day a new and
beautiful stock of Spring Prints, Ging
CAROLINA COTTON IN,
McCAIjLjUM, WYCKOFF and
HOPE, Successors to
SEP ARK, HICKS & CO.,
ENGINEERS, IRON. FOUNDERS
RAIiEIGH, N. C.
We are now manufacturing the Caro
lina Gin, awarded a gold medal by the
North Carolina Agricultural Society in
1873, for the best Gin made in the State.
It has no superior, is the lightest run
ning, strongest and most durable Gin
made. We guarantee every Gin to give
entire satisfaction. The prices are lower
than any first class Gin sold in the State.
We also manufacture the best steam En
gines and Boilers in the market for
running Gins and other machinery.
Prices lower than any other. We also
make Cotton Presses not excelled by
cotton Glivs and all classes of
machine work repaired in the best
manner. Castings furnished to order.
Raleigh, April 7, 1874. 1 3m
Til E LAWYER'S PRIVATE
DOCKET. This Docket, arranged
with great care, and after consultation
with many of my professional brethren
and the adoption of the suggestions of
their experience, presents in the most
convenient and compact form, an un
equalled Hand Book for preserving an
abridgement of one's cases. As a Man
ual of easy and ready reference, its ar
rangement, in the opinion of all who
have examined it, is by far the best and
most simple of any yet offered to the
Docket of 300 pages, bound in law
" 200 3.00
To which must be added cents,
postage, if ordered from a distance.
Raleigh, April 7, 1874. 7 tf
THE WILMINGTON STAR.
Established only Six Years!
AS THE LARGEST CIRCTTT.A-
tion of any Daily NewsDaner in
the State, and a circulation in Wilming
ton NEARLY twice as large as that of j
any otner paper.
SURSCRaPTJO.V, In Advance :
One Year, j 7.oo
Six Months, 3.50
lnree juontns, 2.00
W E E K E Y STAR.
THE WEEKLY STAR is now com
bined with the CAROLINA FARMER
and is one of the cheapest. papers in the
country at tne following
I2.eclu.cecl Itate s
One Copy, One Year,. $150
" . V , Six Months, . 1.00
j2Clubs of 5 to 10, 1 year, $L25 copy.
j23TClubs of 10 or more.l y'r, Si i codv
Wm. II. BERNARD,?;
Wilmington, N .C.
46 T3SYCIIOMAIVCY, Oil SOUL
. XT CMARIttlMG." How either
sex may fascinat and gain the love and
affectionVof any person they choose in
stantlv. This simple, mental acquire-
ment.all can possess,? iree, by mail, for
25c.f together -with a marriage guuie,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to La
dies, . Wedding-Night Shirt, &c A
queer book. Address
, . T. WIIil.lAMfcCo.,Pablishcrs,
6-4w 'h , ? Philadelphia.
Cougrii Colds Hoarseness,
; .and all Tliroaf Iseosc, ;
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
Put up onlf In BLUE boxes.
A TRIED & SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. . 6-4w
Cff PIANOS AND ORGANS
JJJ new and second-hand, of first
class makers, will - be sold at lower
prices for cash, or on installments, or
lor rent, in city or country, during this
month, by Horace . Waters fc Son, No.
481 Hroadwav, than ever before otfered
in New York. Speciality t Pianos and
Organs to let until the rent money pays
the price of the instrument. Illustra
fprl atalocrnes mailed. A larsro discount
to ministers, churches, schools, lodges, .
RICH FARMING LANDS
Now for Sale7 Very CHEAP
Ten years credit, interest only 6 per cent J
a handsome illustrated paper, contain
ing the-Homestead Law, a new num
ber just published, mailed free to all
parts of the world. Address,
F O. P. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U. P. K. RM
ARY SHARP COJLI.EGE. es
tablished in 1851. This old ancl
celebrated Female School is situated in
tho nroverbiallv healthy town of Win
chester, on a bench of Cumberland
Mountains, Tennessee. Commences its
annual sessions of ten months on the
first Monday in September. Still under
its first and only President, Z. G.Graves,
LLi. D. For thoroughness and cheap
ness of education, is not excelled by any
school in the South. Send for Catalogue
containing all essential particulars.
G. S. WALMSLEY,
6 4v Treasurer.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nerv ous or Debilitated ?
Are you so languid that any exertion
requires more of an effort than you feel
capable of making? Then try Juru
bepa, the wonderful tonic and invigora
tor, which acts so beneficially on the
secretive organs as to impart vigor to
all the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which
stimulates for a short time, only to let
the sufferer fall to a lower depth of mis
ery, but! it is a vegetable tonic acting
directly on the liver ana spieen.
It resrulates the bowels, quiets the
nerves, and gives such a healthy tone to
the whole system as to soon make the
invalid feellike a new person.
Its operation is not yiolent, but is
characterized by great gentleness ; the
patient experiences no sudden change,
no marked results, but gradually his
"Fold their tents, like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery,
but has been long 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 Wm. F. Kidder & Co.,
New York. 6 4w
RltANCII OFFICE OF THE
Office .. of the Commissioners
Freedman's Savings and
Washington, D. C, July 29, '74.
Notice is hereby given to all persons,
other than depositors, who may have
claims against the Freedmanfs Savings
and Trust Company or any of its
branches that they sre called upon to
present the same and to make legal proof
thereof to the Commissioners or said
Company at their office. No. 1507, Penn
sylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
Pass Books, when properly adjusted,
will be deemed sufficient proof of the
balances shown to be due thereon. De
positors will therefore present their
pass books to the respective branches
by which they were issued, as soon as
possible, that they may be properly
verified and balanced.
JNO. A. J. CRESWELL,
R. H. T. LEIPOLD,
jy 29 3m Commissioners.
II V THE
$3 00 R E W A R I) .
Raleigh, May 18th, 1874.
WHEREAS, OFFICIAL INFOR
. mation has been received at this
Department that one Joseph Richard
son,late of the county of Johnston,stands
charged with the crime of murder and
that the said Richardson has fled the
State or so conceals himself that the or
dinary process of law cannot be served
upon him ;
Now, then, I, Tod R. Caldwell, Gov
ernor of the State of North Carolina, by
virtue of authority in me vested by law,
do issue this my proclamation, offering
a reward of
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for the arrest and delivery of the said
Joseph Richardson to the Sheriff of
Johnston county, at the court house in
Done at our city of Raleigh, the
r -,18th day of May, A. D. 1874, and
i- .jin tne ggth year of American In
dependence. TOD R. CALDWELL.
By the Governor :
J. B. Neathery,
Joseph Richardson is a b.'ack negro,
about 5 feet 0 inches high, weighs about
135 pounds, thin visaged, has lost one
front tooth, has a scar over right eye,
and lovas to loaf around bar-rooms, and
is aDout 3 years 01a.
SIVIAEE nVILDING LOTS FOR
SALE CHEAP. I offer for sale ten
small building lots in the City of Ra-
leign, near -Tappers church, at terms
within the reach of every laboring man
who saves his surplus change. The
map showing exact location, size and
price can be seen by calling at my office
at the Club House on Hillsboro Street.
A. W. SHAFFER.
Raleigh, March 23, 1874. 1 tf
RN! 9IEAL! IIAll
One carload corn ; one carload bolted
meal; two carloads timothy hay; 100
bushels Virginia oats, and 75 bbls.
Rockland lime, at
. MURRAY & ALLEN'S .
R. R. R.
RAOWAY'S, READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
!n from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after re Mag this advertisement seed tax one
rotter wrrn paix.
RADWAVS READY RELTEF IS A CURB POa
It was the first and Im
XHo Only Iaiii Romody
that Instantly utopn the most excruciating pa In, JUv
inflammation, and core Concetton. whether of tfi.
. Lime. Stomach, Bowels, or other clanda or organs. .y
IK FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
no matter bow rlolent or excntelatlne; the pain Hi.
BHFI'M T1:. rid.len. Infirm. Crippled. Kerrou
N ui jiic or prwevrated with disease may suffer,
RADVAY'S READY RELIEF
WILIj AFFORO INSTANT EA8Z.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDFs
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWK.LS. r ,t
CONGESTION OF THE LC.V.
SORE THROAT, fclFFICCLT BREATH INO
i PALPITATION OF THE IIEAKT
HYSTERICS, CR3UF, DIPTHERIA. j r
t I CATARRH, IXFLUEVlz I
nEADACHE. TOOTHAfTIE. fv
colh ennxs. aghe chills. f
Th? application of tlie Itewd jr Jlellefto th? paitt n.
part wicre the pain or difficulty uiiu will afford eu
and Comfort. i i
Tw-ntvlropf1rt half n tumbler of water wilt In r,w
miKTipnii enr CRAM PS SPASMS, 8oUR STOMA u
1IKRTBI RX, SICK t 0RADACHE, DlAKRMot i
HYKSTKRY. COLIC WIND IN THE HOW EL'
a;id nil INTERNAL PAINS. ,
Tr'iTfierft.fchouM alwav carry a bottl of Ritd.
..y" JCrxdy Jlrllef with iliem. A few drt.-J, (."
. rr vM! prevfiit KicknriM or pain from rhun.j
f.r. ItUtH-tier tluiu Kreuch Brandy or Uiiur a. ,
FEVER AND AGUE. j
FYER AND AGUE enred for fifty centi. TVri ,
ni a remedial aateut I this world that will riu K.K,'r
And Atrue, and all other Malarious, Hilou, Sent!, t
Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Fe-rrs faldert bv kT('
W WS PILLS) so quick as RADNYAY'S KliAltY Ki.
LltF. Kitty cents per bottle, , . .
STRONG AND PURE RICn BLOOI-ISCREI
OK FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN amJ
UEAUTIKl-L COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
DR. RAD WAY'S
Ssrsaparillian Resolvent :
"M2 'GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
II VS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CFRF.S i
OUIC!C: SO RAPID ARE THE CHANKS Tlir
ItOliY UNDEJtES, UNDER THE INKLI'FV y
OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MKDHi
ZYery Daj an Increase in Flesh
Seen ana Fell
Evorr dr- p T ihn SARSAPARILLTAV nF.r,t,
VKXT ronintiuHi'iifi-. t'lronirh th Blixxl, Sweat. I riii.-.
mid utlier i"i-ii"i' wnd jiiloosof the system tho vl.' ir t
lilt-, ior It r iuiir ilift wustes of the body with new nn,i
sound material. Prrolula, Syphilis, Conmiiiiptiiin,
Glandular diM-nni, Ulcers In the throat. Mouth, Tu
mors. Nodeiiin thoGlaiidsand other parts of the mttm,
sore Eves. Ptruuiorou discharjres from the EK v
she worst form of 8kln dlea"c. Eruption. Kovr
sres, 8cald Ht-ad, Rlnif Worm, Halt Rheum. ErvIpelm.
Acne. Black Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tumor. '
rcrs in the Womb, and all weakening and painful dis
charges. Night SweatJ, Lom of Sperm and all waste ui
the life principle, are within the curative ranjfe of th i
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few days' iim wiij
prove to any person using' it for either of these foniu ot
disease its potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the vfaii'i
nnd decomposition that ! continually pr)K'rewltnf, i-tii.
reeds in arresting theo wastes, and repairs the nw
ve new material niade from !iealthy blood rn j thir
1 1,- SAR.-'APARTLLIA N will and does secure a cur
l; oertauj: tor w Uen onco this remedy commences Iti
ork of tiriflcn'jiui. und succeeds in diminlslilng ttn-
, .-.of whtt-K. its'repalrs will be rapid, and every djr
I patient will i'rel himself growing (tetter and utnuiuir,
I tuo.t digpsxiiii; better, appctitu improving, aud tl
I id welfflit increuing.1
Not only does the SiRSiPAKiLLiirr ItKmLrcoT eic
. known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic, Serf
jilotn. Constitutions!, and Skin diseases; but it U tli
inly positive cure for
Kidney ' d Bladder Complaints,
I'rlnnry and Womb diseases. Gravel. Diabetes, Dropsy.
9:opiae of Water, Incontinence of Urine, Bright' l)u
fiiMj, Albuminuria, and in all chao whera there nr
ick dujt deposit, or tte water I thick, cloudy, mixed
with KUbxtauces like thd white of on egg, or threads hku
white silk, or Uxtu i.h h morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and vt'hite txme !ift deposits, and when there n
a pricking, burnii).' &. i.hMtion when passing water, aud
pain iu the Small c i Hack and along the Lolas.
Tumor of Pi Years' Growth
Cured by Jladway's Resolvent.
perf-cMv tantelcss, elefjantly coated with iweet JTOm,
pi" -i yulste. Mirifyj cleanse ond strengthen. Kad
w I'iiN. for the cure of all disorders of the Ktomach,
I, .. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Diseaex,
in-.-KiiiChe. Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestion, Dy
pepKia, Biliousness. Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the
Kowels, Piles, and all Derangements of tho Intemtt
v'iccera. Warranted to erTect a positive cure. Puretr
Vegetable, containing no mercury, mlueralsor delvten
A few doses of RADWAY'S FILLS will free the
t em from all the above named dtorders. Trice, 26 cents
n-r Ho. SOLD BY DKUUOIST9.
READ " FAIjSE AND TRUE " Rend one liur
RAD WAY 4 CO.. No. S3 Warren St . New
iiorinutlon worth thousands will be seut yos.
wood; 1 COAL.
Office of SECRETARY OF STATE,
Raleigh, N. C, July 3d, 187 1.
Sealed proposals in duplicate, with a
copy of this advertisement annexed t'
each, are invited and will bo received
this office until 12 o'clock, sr.,
Saturday, August 1st, 1874,
for furnishing fuel for use of the GewY
al Assembly and the several. Executive
offices of the State, as follows :
500 cords of merchantable hard vo4
25 tons of hard coal.
The quantities to bo more or Iohm :i
may be required, and to bo delivered iii
tne Capitol yard atsuch times as the un
dersigned may direct, subject to inspec
tion. Bids to be made separately for woi
and coal, and each accompanied ly
bond and security (justified) for the de
livery of the articles mentioned, tl.e
bond upon bids for wood to be $T00, and
the bond for coal to bo $200.
Bidders are requestod to bo present fit
the opening of their bids. Envelope
to be endorsed I
"Proposals for Wood or Coal,"
and addressed to the undersigned.
WM. II. IIOWERTON,
Secretary of State.
45 tilaugl .
W. T. AUfiaiS SON, !
Manufacturers and Dealers in
STEAM 'lEN GINKS.
SAW AND III ST ITU I.I.N,
Plows, Harrows, Cultivator,
Ilositlng- Mac Iii c,
and all kind of
All work neatly and promptly exe
cuted, by skilful workmen, on tho mt
Tae senior partner has had over 1 '
years experience in the business, and
feels justified In saying that he can gi
entire satisfaction. !
WANTED 100.000 pounds of old Cajt
Iron, for which the highest market prUje
will be paid, in cash or exchange l'r
Works one Square Wet of Conn
Raleigh, Aug. 13' 1872. w3m.
T OVEJOY A C.A I) K .11 Y
August 5th, 1874.
Session will begin
J. M. LOVEJOY.
J. M. WHITE.
ie Insane Asylum.
two female servant. for Ward
duty, one good hostler and a carpenter.
Appl' to 1
52 2t MRS. II. Y. IirCfilNS,
32 3t Feed Store, N. C. Depot.
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