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k1H ! ! j v 4 ; GKEENSBOROUGH.
' N.. v . JUNE 35, ; 1864.- , : ; Nxu&. 9;: ,-
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he Cinzsx i pabUhd eTery morning l tin to & fHend Ui beg of.Gov.
the following mtcs of subscription. he ml ht be;allowed to bl
aver done so cinch as he has done for t w Gkn. Geakt Aim' CvIlini Rah.
the States or people they governed:. a farmer br the luiri
An offioerof regiment - from one of ; j Colli diat
uur,iBvcx uuu syuic mihv atw .. y
eht be'allowed to buy eloth vanaoiy lnaaepgntagaipi every wmg "ww.j f'iVr
-! for a suit from thje State Qnartermas-1 on the place hat 8hoJe4;the lewt
T m ter added : "VaNCk is 'the only Uov.
1 know of that does anv thincfor his
V rlvartioononto I'nfinrtikrl h! ttlft r&tfl Of I M TTTI ! 1 . . ..tM: :
I,, - - - i iruops, it aeu buui au uutuiuu a
i wm WLLAiw - per square oi urn teed ouj. Qov: abroad, what
for the nm insertion, and ONE DOLLAJi I Y :.a .. - .aL; i, i
tnr. Ad A Vi rw-nt.'nnonr.. 5UUU1U UC KUU UtaiiWC UCUlUiB UWO
All letters Bhould be addressed, to
aw Twnnrn , c.c
PS?.1 .Sf- omco. otn consi. wdn nnvrxJvrttk
ot Alicajan The. foUo wing insijuctions hare .btra I ?K4t 'l4tliaItfWH3LP-.'t
Know mru. ) i w u c i..jou5ii vwkv, i uiqm us toonx o
I. BeventY rounds of .salted pork. .has
ears a goaUe on UtUa.
. He took with bTfetUotaWYsa1'
tam who m-
War DenartQAnt t5.be I M4
iiat shqea, the least undey of Decembtr 180X . 1 onelltVeaailMt acttScM
pugilistic syrtptoms. Je was placed I Officers anthorixed to .receive the tithe I hasloitand veU Hi i'lis
in.IottoWtnselftoprtvent Jus klU- TRwhTklrdTchUtt
ing the othr stock. Oio warm Bum- speedy transportation to issuing Commis- J l-jWUl be paid for.1j.sr
mer's.daT Collms stonpW under the r ",1 i ais pnaneaeniia any
rf . . . : j. - . I uisveaa 01 o
ice llvH ?
taTeariltT, nigHlcra- '
betiien 4.5 and
heJ and . snail Wejlcxioa-Usekv
. From the Conservative.
G0VKRN6R VANCE AND THE
His due l '.H
i i ii k - i tii r ii ii a m wr fj r.n a r ..' v -. . i . .
? cni hundred dbK'
at home from hi;, well-earned reputa- shade af atree in the ldi'pulted of his tL" Farmers are called upon to bring 1 of j$0 HUNDREIIiliAaS fbr eiP
woni wno wouia xaK wvm mm uio vat and carelessly swurfc it down in ww-w weir qw oi Fornmmeaiswiy I den that will' coaTlci xyr traut pertoa ox
meedof praise that evea the most en- . ,A rrr,n JL i- the army need it for present: conumptioa. I decc ring off saiduegro i an aay -srisa bar-
ine rear,aw mat mouoii, ami con-1 c vuf tou . hmj "iJiriltkr -
hYent. Here it is r
TIONS FOR THE STATE.
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It is a mte proverp, tnat '-ngureq fNo. '1.1
never lie. n mere De irain m mis i , 8TATEMENT
proverb, we 'would ask those who will Df hUekatUonvniiLt muid sfih Oonfed-
T l . .11. J 1 "I " 4- T " '
taKe tne irouDie to examine ine state
ment below, that has been kindly fur
nished from the Uuartermaster Ue-I d.
partment upon request, what word is Amount raised on Cotton
best applied to the assertions of those . Bonds, jj -
.-u, J.iA u vi: Amoua Udvancediby par-
bringing the State hopelessly in debf?
If we have not been misinformed,
.this tabular statement, with' the ex
ception of so much of it as gives an
exhibit of transactions since the ad-
AiSTLY ON IIAN1 A rood assort-I S jwTlB WCATTIT 'lor hieh I.wUi'
freight on inwara ear-
goes 'and disbursements
iu the u lands.-
Disbursements now due in
Amount raised on Ronin
Half gtesmer Advance on
hand, original cost 35,-
000, 10 per cent, off for
wear ana tear ? one year
Half interest in ! 3 steam
3,788,066 lb coUon, (on
Sales of 4,080 bales cotton,
at 50 (estimated,;
journment of the Legislature, (which! Balance to the credit oft
has been added that we may have a 1 , State,
full view of the case as it now stands;)
has been in the hands of Mr. flolden
as public printer, for more than a fort
night past under an order from the
Assembly to print. Why could , it
not have been printed before this, In
Jid of some of the slanders which it
w The paper of Mr.
Holden s P"PP- .C Saturday (Oh
Progress ! thoii art proJ
' in what is vile !) is besmutteoToi
with mean insinuation and slanders on
this subject. Now, if they we-e pub
lished in ignorance -as in charity we
would fain hope they were? is It askf
ing too niuch, thatJhe will insert in
his next issue this official att
from Maj. PoWd's onTceT llet thei
Progress for once, just once, show the
little magnanimity that even one, : to
whom it has become so decidedly an
-tiiemv, has a right to expect at its
hands,' by giving the table, with the
explanatory remarks, to its readers. 1
Mr. Holden, too, should make some
amendsVor the injustice he has done
Gov. Vance, by his breach of duty, as
' State printer, in witholding this impor
tant information from the people, by
publishing it in the place of a leader
his next issue of the Standard.
It will appear from , the statement
fcuai, aifi sw living a uuuiue ueiwwu i . - "I
the two sides of the account, the State Amount of Appropriations,
has to its credit, in Europe and else- . Disbursments in Wilmington,
wherei monev and iroods to the amount Balance to the: credit of State,
. of 47,248 pounds sterling, or about
$236,240 in cold.
aae-ninrttag operations, at the tlrne the 8al!5 fl&Jl!' Co-
striking him about ti centre of gravi
ty, laid him sprawling oivthe ground,
Collins deliberately plckW himself up,
took his axe cut a largej knot from a
tree, tied a rope to the Inot, and sus
pedded it fo limb ofthe same tree
under which he had beai standing.
strung it into ah offer of battle, forth- rpi0r
.witnrnade a lungx OTraer, ana . - T1N . WARE. at Cohfcuerate rates. Za Tkar.
A liberal deduction, made to the trde. I ,t m. diatanco ran address mt at,
, ' KING, POQUE & CO.' Qrt4aboro ginngte driptlca d.:
9' I trices of thsir stcck, go to see
The subscriber would announce to . Otf . . ' MP- 8j CLARK,
the traT?ling public that ou and after the nr ead t XAsad I !!lie klghest , cash
first day of July aext he .will .commence' I i nrfMtiaidlir leUin Urre or1 small
running a tri-weekly line pi stages,, from I oulndtiaa.-.
Greensboro' to Madison .learint: Greens-1 1 ; w;A. ?.HCKBL.
It only required a sniall motion of avat1 Wolock
ii ' i a: l. . Ti
Thursdays and 5at-
. m ami in.Tin
the knot to set the ram in a fighting Maia.n Mondays, , Wednesdays and Fri-1 JJL a negro boy Amloie. fcaid boyis b
, ofhfTor otPiV days, at the same hour. feeV7 or 8 inches hi.blMk. complexion
humor. Collins stood Off and watched pains w 8parcdt0 rentier com- face fullwit sluggU look, jreigbs abont
the action for three or tour hours, but fortabie those who may patronise this line 165 poands, 'hu a -aiiori: hi:brt, and
fW Hncr tiri-d Jnt off Just 5S-tf . J S. BUQWN- .? t. about 20 year of age. Hal en when he
at last getting tlrea Vent otl. Just l.ft brown HDdsl.;at aablack plaur
before night he went bick to see how C(5 R "??Ti:TDi "71 W. abbWtbj-pra. 53d by at froJlXa
.... iL v... t Arf-v
his ram was getting aiwg, out au
astonished to find that U had butted
his entire head; body Ad legs away,
leaving nothing bnt thi tall, and that I about, cow hair pants, Xh'e said boy be-
. l.L longi lo ur. wuson oi nerue coiuiiy, r.
was still flyihg at the klpt.. c Any lDrormalloil thankfully receW
The Confederate Cailtal is the knot Myaddress MARTIN MILLER,
Grant is the ram, and IVicksburg is - -
the place where he yid " Collins '
sprawling. The ram's had is already
jone, and a part of hi body. The
tail will soon be all thams remaining.
Robblna' Grist Mills. I am yet
the acting miller at these famous mills
lodated near Jamestown Station on the N;
C. Railroad,' and I would most respectfully
solicit a continuance of the patronage here
tofore so gei rously bestowed upon the
above e tablishment, feeliiig condent thsi
the mills by .my careful management will
turn out more flour and meal, ana ox a bet-
ready for ftii
100-8wer J. F. HOLT02T
. OrderahaVej-Leen sent Out by th. u Thxc are talits, not on
,Qov. for:BcytnVWafJaa fin5'vly of drinking sw Lisr
ings. and otherUrticJI8 of sooae other npgsUhich are
vnarcd m tHeTabcvf6 account. Nd 5 ;
bill ofthesj.ii-Cel be habits,
Mr. White s salary, as special commis- but of every modificafon of action, ' T r .
, 7T ? r j j . J , i, , Qalom UacL. lam now running a
sioner, has notpret been settled, and is speech, and thought. Han is a bun- Q HACK between Greenabbrough and
notcharged. jpwin to thedifficulties dle of habits. There are habits of Salem, leaving Greensboroagh Tue-days
of communication OoL Mciiae has not .V , and Fridays, and lea ving flalem WedD es-
settled his account for the transaction industry attention, vijilance, mad- days and Saturd.ys. Persons wishing con-
by which the rbsin bonds were issued, vertancy ; of a prompt; obedience to veyanee between these points will find this
. - a mmfirt .hlo nH OTnrn: intlt lino maVinir
It is believed that 6,000 would be the judgment occuring, pr of yielding the tripfl by day.ligh; M. JORDAN.
ine uunust extent oiuuy lunuercuarge tQ the first imnu ses ot tassion: ot ex- senl 67-tf.
a t . 3 V ' IT E" I
to do maae. n
intr.. I will uev
FIVE DOLLARS farfcU apprehension ft
that I can get him agawa.' . v-
2-tf jThoaasrills, JCC.
Depository cfi the C. ofA
GasxsBoao, Joae 1S&.
Fire dollar notes ca ba funded in 4 Ptx
cent bonds at parjuitil 1st day of July l
Tens, TweuUee, atFifties can be Juuded
at one'thinl discotil until Isf-January,
1866. Also the ntta at oae.tbirtt aisoount
from 1 st July to 1 l January.. v ; .
Tk.. ymnAtWTdfillar notes can be
a ajv vmv r ! - - .
No now cuxnmrjtaxeba'age-fbrlhe old,
. JhliSK 1$. LLYDSAT.
5-4w ' 4 DfDoiitarr. .
All Pcrsops. wishing U addreasme
on business should direct their letters to
me- at PioneerMy; N. C. 1 " ! ' ' " s
j I (No. 2.)
Of blockade Of ration in the ConfideraU
.. i States.
tending our views to the future or of .
b TCaucett and Dlvrorth,
resting upon the presait ; of appre- JP GROCERS & COMMISSION MER-
hending, methodizing, Reasoning : of CHANTS,
, ip Greenaborough, N. C.
indolence, dilatonness; et vanity, seil- iIaTe opened business at the stand formerly
conceit, melancholy,, partiality; of occu-pied by W. D. Trotter, and will keep m.TflII
, . . - on hand and for sale, all such articles as is j "
fretfhlness, suspicion, cajiousness, con- U8Uall foun( in tuch ari esUblishmenL
Furs! Fat-!! Fan!U
We will psy thj following prices : Rabbit
$2.60 per. dozen if oon and Fox. 75 cents
each ; Mink 60 cvXit ; Muskrat 60' cents;
Otter fro n b to& ' i
84tf $ J, k F. GARRETT.
soriousness , of pride, aiibition, covet
ousness; of overreaching, Intringiung,
projecting ; in a word, tpere is not a
quality of function, cither of body or
miud, which does not feel the iufluenc,
of this great law of animated nature.
4, 68, 10 and i2d
J. &F. GARRETT k CO.
For sale at present: Soda, Salt, Sugar,
8Dice. CloTes, Mace, Dried Fruit, Tobacco.
rt o tr V.'c.!.l O.-J I t-i. '
ugan, caun, v.lWu cuituur, cvnpw pane MIUJK-Caa b had at our.
Plaids, Jeans, a small lot of Ready Made Fouud eitbyxdouble or sisele zeareC
.by applying sooty Syrup will te takitf In
Clothing, Hardware, kc.
o, r-b of tnif Qlhtt j will -iT)B TWENTY FIVE
t i . i i . . . . . .
which has .done so much for bumanitv,
Wool card In gr.
statement was prepared for the Legis- Value of stock in hand, esti-
lature, had given to the State a bal- . 'mated at Government rates,
ance, in monev and goods, on the cred- Sales of various articles of
it side of her accounts, of 1,554,588.- Quartermaster, medical and
99 : and that since the statement was ?t!t0r6, 8Undry
prepared, the amount of that balance Sale of oie hajf the samer
j nas been swellea by 4y,000 by Advance in N. C. bonds,
goods imported. . And it will further
appear that the total balance . from
State, is $6,771, 478 99.' There is a Jargo amount of ; goods, unconditionally.
When these figures are considered cona'swng piciotu, oianaets, snoes,
vith fbe racts tljat by this blockade- 0011011 an wool cards, card machines,
ruuhing Gov. Vance has had it in his nown tl way, of which no account
' power to e(juip the . Korth Carolina Is ten. Thejgoods are paid for and
trooos in a manner to mako thpm thft when received will much increase, the
envy of the soldiers of other States, aove balance . The purchase money and s that the machinery 3 kept in good
and to sell cloth to their officers, of uvuxico was prujr m uuuuo,' order, and work prom ptlyj attended to-
every grade, at such fates as to enable 113 entered above, and partly in cotton. Pricea shall Je as the times 4ll admit, and
them to dress with a decency suitable The cotton is' added to the stock on Utbe gorerned, by Uie .valti of the pay
u j " , hand t offered. Bacon, lard, tallow, Irool, leather,
to their position-and with the further na5; ; &c, preferred to money. j
fact tliat by it he has been enabled to bmce tho aove statement was pre- MyGRlST MILLS are iaeJod order, and
lurnish the families of about 30,000 pared two vessels have arrived, the will continue to grind wheaind corn for
soldiers, with a pair or more of the cargoes ot which consist of cotton and one Unth.
indispensable cotton or wool cards, at. cards, ;rmy cloth; hardware, "Sahmiwn
tfap reducod piice of $5 in Confederate card machine!, 4a. the estimated v&U KoS
money, and will, in a short time, set of the cargoes bemg 5492,000 00. J n01 J3Mi3w
up a number of excellent machines for .AW.a payment made on the cotton. wlu be punished according to l law.
making both cotton and wool i cards, bonds in Europe of Xl 1,100 sterling. tw L. D. )RRELL.
-. . . ' T'US ....... 4. 1. . J 1 1 .
and toimport many other articles, "".viwmw anu wrruu - onw tEDFOHD. OACH AND
such as factory findinss. card and ma- now" the hands xyf the Treasurer. $ BUGGY MANUFACTURE, keepson
teriaU, clothing and other essential Becapitulation in ConfederaU Currency. , hand; Rookaways, Buggfea ai Light Car-
Rauaway. On the 30th instr from
i the subscriber a negro boy about 22
A chUd is a blessing to the parent Thigh, black complexion round face, stutters
payment for Mitis; both at old prices.
G. W. D k O. S., CAUSEY, uo
4j6w UjTersity Station, N. C?
VTOOI- ANt COTTON OjaXIO
throuch the blood of Jesus; and the somewhat when apokm to, especially when
honor of co-working with God's Spirit V T oMeanr cotton no Test A . LARGE L-' OF N TQOL, AND
in hrinmnfr nnf thA AiMlPHPiPq nf hie I or rnal. And br fool, said bo? b)cYitn to I . - . M Si !MeT "TT'
4" UMUb'"b w" :: " . ' , , ' . : r " I torsaie at 10 I'M AN & rllELPa .
of the sovereign sroodnessl DOLLARS for the dehTery ofssid boy to
c .i,,trou,. I me near Fentress P. O. Guilford county, N.
C, and 1 will Iao pay! ; a raward ot ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARSTor eTidecce Uadiur
to the conyiotion of any one harbo.ing eaid
4-tf PETER KIRKMAN.
w t Glarl0tto,4N. C.
m now pre
pared to card wool In ht best man
ner, tiring it en loon, properly preparea,
and you shall hire GOOD ROLLS. 1
shall attend in th ending) room myself,
machinery indisoensable for the con- Amount to the credit of the
tinued working of the various Woolen utt f boTe; 1?ute' . M
ttonrtesofUO, State, that edlt x"20
X)ula not otherwise have VtAAn. nhrjiin. &tf
reoy When we consider these figures, meat, No. 2
with these facts, we are forced to the Estimated amount of goods
inclusion that Gov. Vance deserves the aboro
aereit deaiat the hands of North Car. .
olaja, and that few Governors : have
-1 to the trtdit of State, 77l,47a99 . Axcitld.
ristres of different stylet, til pnees,
Orders will be promptly filled (epsirs done
at short notice ; and all wok warraziM
for 12 months, oa iair usage. I . , . tw
Having been constantly engidfor more
than twenty years, in the Coth' "business,
I : flatter myself, that I' shall be able to
pleat ei both in prices, and qUity Call
and .examine for tour self
East street formerly occupl
IUifon, April 19, 1864 - '
, This Department has, recently reeeiyed
air-Hc .uppiJf COTTON CARDS for
tV Vition npc.the samite rms as'bfore.'
4J uoui lor f cu court win ovoouoio
tje quantity fijtt. diitqbotoh, . AgenM
Tabncra' OH.-Three barrels TAN- eifHBDtt .J f?S:
NEKS OIL for sale by 4 -rr H i
v. vr. u. DEruow. OlacUL4lngTheuaderrigned
jjf wouiarqsiziuuuyfimorm uie. puouq
AT n.4 a. mm. SrmAAa f f V.A . 1 ! . I .1 - , t L . 1. T n - J "
W manufactured and for tale by
. READ, KEEN & CO.,
100-6r ; DanTiiie, Va.
Bnzry.Rhob in.Green?ro. he. iacaxrr
ing ,o )je RKSWTH; BUSINESS
Raleigh, June 5, 1864
I am now prepared to exchauge Cotton
Yam, for Wool, upon the following termsv-
One bunch of Yarn for three pounds
washed WooL. and One bunch for four 1 LJithef
Agents hate been appointed to make the
exchange at the 'following places: Oxford,
Tarboro', Kin Eton, Catherine Lake, Concord,
Rockingham, . Uendcisonvtlle, , Suteaville,
Roxboro', Atheville, Pitteboro, Looisburg,
Fayetteville, Coletriin.atd at this.place
Persons shipping-wool to this "place will
please mark on. the packages who. they ro
from, and the cotton yarn will be forwar
ded immelistely. i
in.ll its Viriof i. , bran ft, "and would be
pl&tld tdCeryjr lall Wfo may favor 'him
wiU tnttr; custom wUa'UOUD- vuiUL-ax
RtJ' UnSflei it I bare a quantity
Qiieaiboroagh, N. C ,
t oirra nis preiessionai
; rvlces to thetcitixds of QreenioOroUgh,
.ndthe gur roiiiiding'couittry. Ofide oppo
site the Drug Store : Boarding house at
W. E. Edwaxiis. nur tbe Depot.
I hope the people will patriotically re-1 resumed on t 6th bf Janiary; 1S&4J ,
Greensboro9 pl;ti ScUool.::,'
The . cxtt dses 5 this' School wfliri
spond to the abo Ai . notice, as the wool Is
for cIothjQg the N. O. Troops,
A DO WD, 'Si Q. M., N. 0. A:
JnnlG-awl jaly ! '
TaltionioritO iritW .:
Pic 24, lth3.
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