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47- All Letters relating to Subscriptions or
Advertisements, most be addressed to WM. M.
BROWN, Baslnees Usnser.
All Registered Letters) can be sent at our risk.
RALEIGH, -A.XJGXJST 84. 1871.
Local, State and General Items.
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Stephen Jones, col., fell overboard at
Wilmington, a few days since, and was
crushed to death between two flats.
Wanted. An Editor for the Sentinel.
None need apply, who cannot spell the name
of the King of the Forest without the use of
y. "v, i . "' ":; ' :". x ' ' ,
' The vote in High Point Township, as pub
lished, is incorrect. - No Convention 198 ;
For Convention 180 giving No Convention
18 majority is the correct vote. .' ;
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Dr. Wm. R.; Miller died at his residence
in this county on Saturday last. Dr. M.
was a man of a genial nature, and much re
spec tod by his friends and acquaintances.
Hahnis Recovered. The buggy har
ness stolen from A. C Saunders, Esq., of
this city, several days ago, was found on
Friday last, " in "the woods, several miles
west of Ralegh. - '' 1 '
They have so jurisdiction. From, a
recerit decision of . Judge Rodman, of the
Supreme Court, the Mayor of a , city or
town,; unless he is. a 'Magistrate, -also, is
without: jurisdiction as to criminal cases.
It would be well for this fact to be borne in
mind; '3 -i." ' ' -: : ' '
Adjutant Qeru Gorman arrived in our
city last'Saturday night, j ust from the coun
ty of Robeson." We have interviewed the
General, and we are satisfied that his plans
. to capture the Lowery gang will prove a
success.' It would . not be prudent to lay
these plans ; before the . public ; a few days
will toll the tale. ! J:
Little Effy Ann Chilton, says the Char
lotte ' Observer, of Surry county, 'had her
thigh broken and a very narrow escape of
her URp from a furious ox, which she at
tempted to drive off from an apple tree, re
cently Her father arrived on the scene
barely in time to save her life.
Will the Sentinel inform its readers who
.succeeded Capt neater as President of the
late Real Estate and Personal Agency?
Now, Josiah, as! you have not heard about
the Jackson county defalcation, surely you
know something about the Presidents of
said lottery. 1
QuereT What was "the
skirts two years ago T
price of hoop
The causo of the fire is to be fully inves
tigated. That it is the work of an incen
diary, very few; doubt, and it is generally
supposed to have its origin out of the recent
How progresses the investigation? Find
any evidence to criminate Mr. Phillips,
who is held responsible by the Sentinel f
Wonder if the Messenger don't feel a . grain
of shame for even attempting tq ape the
scurility of the Sentinel t
At a Masked ball at the White Sulphur
Springs, on the .evening of the 15th, Miss
Fisher, of Salisbury, a daughter of Coh
Chas. Fisher; deceased, as Charlotte Corday,
wore a dark blue underskirt with scarlet
oversklrt and boddice; the Charlotte Corday
fichu and cap scarlet, and white stockings
and peasant slippers, a tri-colored scarf, with
silver dagger at her waist, completed this
That Book. When we called upon Dep
uty Governor Jarvis to write a book, we
thought him the proper person for the deli
cate undertaking. , Our mind ' has , since
changed Biggs, of the Tarboro' Southerner,
is the man. We came to this conclusion
after reading the chaste little article in that
paper of the 17th, in regard to the matter.
Our readers will excuse us for not copy
ing it. - ! - .
An Inquest Asked. We understand
application was made to the Clerk of the Su
perior Court, by a Democrat, for the ap
pointment of a special Coroner to proceed
to the waters of Saline River, scene of the
recent colision, and inquire into the cause
or causes of the running down of the " Ku
Klux"-rand also, to inquire if " cuss words"
were used on such a fearful occasion,
etc, Ac. . ; ' -j
P. S. Eno, mourns.
. Jessie Hill sued the Chatham Railroad
Company on Saturday last for ejecting her
from a first class coach, in which she had a
right to ride by virtue of a first class ticket,
purchased by her from the Agent at the
Depot in Raleigh, jand placed her damages
at $200. The case was tried before W: Whit
nker, J. P., who, after hearing the evidence
and the argument,1 assessed the damages at
175. Attorney Smedes for the Railroad,
and J. C. I. Harris, Esq.. for the plaintiff.
Railroad appealed to the Superior Court.
Ku Kluxvin Rutherford. From the
Rutherford Star of the 12th inst, we gather
the following additional facts in regard to
the Ku Klux in Rutherford county : "Mes
srs. Commissioners Scoggin & Wilson,
liave had but little to do this week, only
home eight or ten cases have been before
them to yesterday ; evening, and only one
or two boarders have been sent to the Con
servative Hotel this week, but unless, we
aro mistaken in tho signs, to-day and next
week will add largely to McArthur's Con
servative Hotel. '
P. S. Since writing the above Deputy U.
S. Marshall A. J.' Scoggin, brought into
town ten prisoners charged with Ku Klux
ing, they will probably take up quarters at
the Conservative Hotel.
B. This morning wo learn that about
W Ku Klux, from Cleaveland county, have
wine, in and expect to confess. We guess
some of them will get boarding free.
Township Officers of Wake County,
elected .os the ' first ' thursday' in
Auo., 1871. Barton s Creek. Magistrates
J. II. nutchinson, John Norwood. Clerk
J. D. Allen. Constable J. K. Nipper.
School Committee Buckner Nipper, J.j M.
Adams, James Ray. f . .1 ;. .
Buck Horn. Magistrates W: "B. Jones,
James T. Adams. Clerk D. B. Holland.'
Constable W. n. Norris. School Commit-tee-pJames
C. Ragan, M. B. Royster, W. G.
Burnes. j ; ! j ..
Cedar JTwi.-Magistrates C J. Green,
O.H.Page. Clerk S. F. Page. Constable
A. S. Pollard. School Committee W. M.
Marcom, J. W. Boothej S. F. Page.
House' sCreekX-Magistrates Isaiah Kfcng,
J. D. Hayes.. Clerk Riley Yearby. Con
stable W. R. Perry. School Committee
Charles Cooper, Green Sattderford, Hawkins
Jeffreys. -j r.-i- ; V i"
. Little River. ilagistrates-Riley Privett,
Wesley Hearts field. Clerk A. J Montague.
Constable A. J. Richardson. School Cbm
mittee F. J. Heartsfield, W. H. Chamblee,
Jefferson Jones. . v ; : ij .' " . i
Marks Crecii-Magistrates-M. G. Todd,
W. A. Rhodes. ClerkL. W. Hood. Con
stable J. F. Rhodes. School Committee
J. W. Marshburn, H. W. -Rhodes, J. J.
Ellis. . v ; ::t '.,
Middle Creek, Magistrates W. H. Stin
son; J. A. Adams. Clerk J. D. Ballenfine.
Constable S. li. Jones. School Committee
A, E. Rowland, iAllen Betts, A. J. Blanchard.
' New Light Magistrates J. O. Harrison,
F. f. Bailey. Clerk W. J. Ward. Con
stable W, H, Mangum.; School Cominit-tee-Ul.
D. Turner, J. A. Powell, P. M. Man
gum, j ,; ' ,
Oak Crore. Magistrates B. Y. Rogers,
H. W. Nichols. Clerk John P. . Beck.
Constable M. V. Rogers. School Com
mittee J. D. Hall, D. Carpenter, J. Penny.
Panther Branch. Magistrates Jas. j H.
Adams, W. D. Turner. Clerk W. L. Crock
er. Constablei-Jas. Adams, Jr. -School
Committee Ransom Gully, S. M. Williams,
Hugh Blalock. : f . j
St. Marys Magistrates -J G Andrews,
W J Busbee.qierk S C PooL. Constable
A Sturdivant. j School Committee S Ivey,
CBaugh, Smith. : :: j
si Matthewsi-MsLstAtes G A Keith, J
A Hodge. Clerk N B Williams. Con
stable B B Buffaloc. School Ctommittec---Iiennard
Smith' , John R6gersr F II Watson.
Swift CVccA:.4Magistrates S C Adams, W
EPeirce, Clerk C II Stephenson. Con
stable W H jctley. School Committee
P Yates, T G Whitaker, W Albert Keith.
Wake Forest Magistrates G A Sander
ford, A L Davis. Clerk E E-Gill. Con
stable Hut. Watkins. School Committee
W R Stell, Joseph Carpenter, GS Patterson.
White OaJfc. Magistrates A C Council, A
B Freeman; CJerk-W R Suit. Constable
G A ; TJpchurch. School7 Committeo A G
Jones, B G Sears, WXW Holleman. ;
Raleigh. Magistrates Wesley Whitaker,
Quentin Busbee, S D Harrison, R C Petti
ford, ; Norflect Dunston. Clerk John E
Williams. Constable James A Porter.
School CommitteeMingoG Croom, Joseph
Watson, J P Adams. ; .
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Robeson Affairs Gen. Gorman.-t We
copy from the Wilmington Star of the 19th,
the following in regard to the future move
ments against the Lowery outlaws in! the
county of Robeson: "Adjutant General
Gorman arrived in this city yesterday from
Robeson county, where he has been to look
after Lowery and his gang. At Lumberton
and elsewhere in the county he consulted
with the citizens as to the best means to) be
adopted to e6ect the capture or extermina
tion of the outlaws. He finally proposed a
plan of his own, which met with general
favor and will be put intolexecution atj the
earliest practicable moment. This plan, so
far as it is prudent to divulge it, is -as! fol
lows: Gen. Gorman has commissioned
Capt. F. M. Wishart. in whom he seems to
have the utmost confidence, as Colonel of
the 59th Regiment of Militia, and directed
him to raise a company of fifty men. by
voluntary enlistment, to " be composed of
persons of the requisite iierve and deter
mination to enable them to go into the field
with the resolution to remain there until
tho ohiect of their mission shall be accom
plished. In addition to these fifty volunteers
there will be sent to the county a company
of fifty United States troops, who will co
operate with them. Gen. Gorman thinks a
hundred men amply sufficient to rid the
country of the outlaws, and calculated to
be much more effectual than a larger fojee."
Judge Moore. Wherever - this gentle
man has held Special Courts, in the West,
he has been complimented by the press,
without regard to party. We don't know
of a single instance, as an. exception. j The
Charlotte Observer of the 16th inst., says of
him : ; "At the late termof the Special Court
held for this county by His Honor Judge
W. Ai Moore, too much credit can not be
awarded for the manner in which the unu
sually large docket was ; disposed ' ot A
friend informs us that of the 500 cases,' 248
were tried, 2 continued in behalf of the
Plaintiff, and 2 for the Defendant, thus leav
ing 252 cases still on tho docket, which but
for His Honor being compelled to attend a
Special Court of Edgecombe county, ho
would have settled." y
Attempt to Burn a pwELtiKo.-An
alarm of fire was given in this place, .says
the Statesville American of the 14th i last
before day. which was
on tho premises of Mr. Isaac Wallace and
- . . i i, iriAfiruliAi-v. Fire
no uouoi mo wuib.
oriifvl to a small out-house,, used
as a provision room, within a few feet of the
dweUing.which was entirely consumed,and
the dwelling only saved by the use of wet
blankets and buckets of water thrown over
them. . ; -. - j j
Human noNEs.-The Weldon kews says
. tn thA conslruc-
Tho worKuieii unBfe " . (.
tion of the new Petersburg track, on the
South side of the Roanoke, are daily furn-
i nnmwr of human bones,
mg over x 6 ,
from five to fifteen feet below the grourid
. u. Afihn TmHans that but few
lilt) lit&fc H IH-J - ; .
years ago, as it were, were wont to roaul at
liberty tnrougn una wt.wH. ; -
Listen to the Mockinq Bird V'We
are glad that many of our brethren of the
press, both in Georgia and Virginia, as well
as in our own State, have raised their voices
against the wholesale slaughter of these
beautiful songsters of the sunny South.
The capture of the young bird has been
alarmingly great; they are shipped North,
and sold that is, the few that survive in
fancy, and attain to maturity, and prove
singers. We shall be glad to have it hi our
power to announce, that the next Legisla
ture have taken steps to prevent the destruc
tion of the mocking birds. '
-Lottert Hester in a New. Role. The
Ku Klux lecture having failed, the indomi
table Hester has gone into the picture busi
ness. On Saturday he and his associate
Keith were engaged in having themselves
and their so-called Kut Klux disguises, pho
tographed at Watson's gallery. Like the
lottery and lecture we hope this will prove a
dead hlnie.SentineL j ; , . ..- ;
, " Nothing more natural than for Mr. Tur-r
ner to wish "bad luck" to any attempt at
the exposure of Ku Klux. Be patient,neigh
bor; wait until September Court,then ,4you'll
see what you will see !' ? ; '
Hester, have the pictures taken to the
life!;" they'll sell like hot cakes," in a hun
gry crowd of Ku Klux, after one of their
midnight raids. j - I ; ; -. ;
Steamboat Explosjok-tThree killed
and ten wounded. Mr. Lee, route agent
from Fayetteville to this place, informs us
that the Steamer Lee, running from Fay
etteville to Wilmington, exploded, yester
day fifteen miles below Fayetteville. Three
colored men, whose names our informant
was unable to give, were killed. Ten oth
ers were wounded, among whom were Capt.
Skinner, T. J. Wilson, of Wilmington.
His' daughter was on the boat with two lit
tle children twins. , One of the twins was
blown tweenty feet in the air, and was
caught by the engineer as it came down.'
It was unhurt. The Steamer A. P. ? Hurtt
which was a quarter mile ahead, came
back and took tip the kille4, the wounded,
and the passengers. ,The boat was new
but the boiler was an bid one. , 4 . . , . ,
John T. Ball, Esq Our co temporary
of the Fayetteville Eagle has done Mn Ball
great injustice, if the remarks of the Eagle
were intended to applj otlier than in a polit
ical sense. Mr. Ball is! a thorough Republi
can,and of course he is!"noi well spoken of "
by Democrats," so-caled, Jin consequence
thereof. As a private eitizen.we have never
heard a word derogatory to the character of
Mr. Ball, and we have known him for sev
eral years. The Eagle jwilljsee therefore.the
injustice it has done a stranger, who has
just entered upon 'business relations with
its own citizens. The other 'mail agent from
Fayetteville, would look upon an insinua
tion, from either of 6u papers, adverse to
his character, as unkind and so it would
be. In the city of Raleigh) we look upon
all persons coming among us to transact
business, as gentlemen, until they prove
otherwise. D'ye understand, Mr. Eaglet
Very Mean ! Ther is a law to punish
a man who seeks, by intimidation, to influ
ence another's . vote ; and it is an offence
against the law for an epployer to discharge
his hands for the reason that they did not
vote according to his views!
Such conduct is exceedingly mean, and
it is a difficult matter! to fasten the proof
upon the offenders, as, in all cases, they
will swear most solemnly that the cause for
the discharge was something foreign to the
facts. j !
There are several coloredj men (as we are
informed) in this city, who, before the elec
tion, were employed by sb-called Conser
vatives, and were considered indispensable
helps. They voted " No Convention." Af
ter the election they were discharged, while
others of their race, working with the same
men, but voted " Convention," have been
retained. . I I
We have already noted the fact that one
of the guards at the Penitentiary, colored,
voted " Convention," and is retained ; one,
colored, voted ".No Convention," and has
been discharged. Let it be remembered,
also, that the new Board of Commissioners
find it politic to employ only two colored
men as guards. There may be a reason for
this, and that reason may be with the Stew
ard of the Penitentiary -or' it may be, Mr.
Bledsoe, the figure-head of the concern, will
be able to give a better reason. If they can
fix the matter up to the satisfaction of the
" 80,000 stupid negroes';' in the State, well
for them ; but they intend to recollect the
conduct of these new Commissioners when
they vote for members of the Legislature
next summer. j
Something of an unpleasant rumor is cur
rent in this city, that the Principal of a cer
tain colored school dismissed one of his pu
pils for the offence of voting the Republi
can ticket. We are investigating this mat
ter, and intend to spread the facts as obtain
ed before our readers, j j
We hear, from good authority, that a firm
in this city did discharge! several colored
employees for voting j " No Convention,"
but upon advice of counsel, asked their dis
charged hands to resume their labors. This,
too, will be remembered at the proper time.
, There are other rumors'; of like offences
committed by these Conservators, all of
which we shall thoroughly investigate and
Rrs'irop Atkinson's Ap'pointmens.
Bishop Atkinson has ifiade the following
Turner's Factory, Iredell cb.,
High Shoals, Gastou county,
St. Mary's, Orange county,
Kittrell's Springs, Granyillo,co.(
Will iamsbo rough,
Capt. E: S. Woodford, ;of Wilmington,
has received the appointment, from the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue at
Washington, of Surveyor of Distilleries and
Supervisor of Revenue for the State of
North Carolina, ana nas enrereu upuu wo
duties of his oflice.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF WARREN COUNTY
' August 4, 1871. -x
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TOWNSHIPS. g g J, J
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Warrenton, 154 455 158 118 ' 458(446
Fishing Creek, 106 270 162 - 71 272 271
River, 51 133 53 34 135 135
Six Pound, 86 208 85 48 201 200
Haw Tree, 92 140 ; 89 84 139 138
Smith Creek, 50 140 51 37 141 140
Nut Bush, 123 335 121 120 334 337
Sandy Creek, 177 285 175 146 210 210
Shocoo, i 51 285 50 36 -287 287
Judkins, 1 98 202 91 33 204 204
r "988 2453 "975 -727 2,380 267
OFFICIAL VOTE OFi NASH COUNTY.
Rocky Mount, ',
Adj't Gen'l John C. Gorman.-His
Excellency Gov. Caldwell, on Monday last,
appointed Capt. John ' C. Gorman,- of this
city, Adjutant General for the State of North
Carolina, vice Gen. Fisher, resigned. '
No better ' appointment could have been
made. Genv Gorman is a noble specimen
of humanity -a gallant ; soldier, as his con
duct in the late war fully provesH-active and
energetic courteous to a fault, and as
prompt to resent an insult, andjiefend his
own good name and the honor of his native
State from the calumnies and insults of
his enemies and traducers. ; We endorse
this action of Gov. Caldwell as being emi
nently proper and well-timed, and whatever
may be said by the Sentinel to stir up srtife
in this State, Gen'JL Gorman will do his dut.y
regardless of slanders or threats. We are
pleased to know tha he, Gen Gorman, has
gone down to Robeson county , to look
after the condition of affairs in connection
with the Lowery outrages. He will squelch
those troubles before he abandons the field.
If he does, the ! Sentinel and its coadjutor,
the Robesonian, will abuse him; if he does
not, these same papers will abuse him ; so
he is to receive their slanders, do what he
may jand it matters ; not what they may
say, as their influence does not reach out
side of their own printing offices. We pre
fer their abuse to their praise should they
commend any act of ours, we would then
begin to doubt the propriety of our own
course. ' '
Capitalists abroad are' in search of busi
ness investment in our town and vicinity,
says the Fayetteville Eagle. Some North
ern manufacturers are to examine soon
some of our factory sites and other re
sources with a view to purchase. Mr. P.
A. Wiley, formerly a banker here but now
in the Citizens' Bank in Raleigh was here
a few days ago with proposition to loan
money to and take stock in manufacturing
enterprises. We infer from his statements
that moneyed men of Raleigh think there is
better prospect for use of money here than
about that city. It is said there is a large
amount of money deposited in Raleigh
banks which is but seldom in use. We
are not familiar with banking operations
at present, but we believe a quarter of a
million more of money might be probably
employed here at 1 per cent a month.
Proper thinking men. will not unite with
the Era, in an exultation Over an event,
which dooms the intelligent white men,
women and children of the State, to negro
domination and subserviency I Statesville
Bosh! If you want to cry, childlike, over
your inglorious defeat, blubber to your
heart's content. All that old stuff about
negro domination has played out lost its
force, and is exceedingly harmless. We tell
you, as we tell all others who feel sore from
the pummelling recently ' received, that it
is but a foretaste of the beating in store for
the Ku Klux Klan, next August.
Fatal Accident. A colored man by
the name of Wright Moore, says the Amer
ican, formerly slave to Mrs Mary H. Moore,
of this place, came to his death, last Wed
nesday afternoon, in a singular manner.
He and another 'colored aan, both in the
service of Mr. F. S. Green, were chasing a
hog which was in a field, and were running
at considerable speed, came in contact with
each other, both fell, Wright falling on top,
the concussion, it is supposed, produced an
internal injury from which he died ' in a
They Need'em.L. W. Martin told his
Conservative brethren in caucus assembled,
(last Legislature,) that he could see defeat
to their party, if they persisted in their line
of policy. They couldn't see it thus ; prov
ing that their eyes were growing dim, and
that each and every one, now wishes Eye
Cups had been applied to their bedimed
visions at that time. They need' em, now
K,K. disguises. It will be shown on
the trial, where the Ku Klux disguises,
brought to this city by Capt. Hester, were
made, and who furnished them to Capt. H.
Capt. H. can afford to remain quiet under
the abuses of the Sentinel and its followers.
So far as I am individually concerned, I
think that I can , say in advance, that no
caucus action can ever again influence me
against my own convictions of what is
right or what is expedient L. W. Martin,
Conservative member of the Legislature.
In Western North Carolina, especially,
the Wilmington Journal is the acknowl
edged organ of. the Conservative party.
The Sentinel is ignored.
official vote of rowan .county
'V ' August 3rd, 1871. v '.
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CO - i-H r-t I t i
M .:'. i.
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Mabried, in this jCity, on the evening of
the 17th inst., by wi Whitaker, J. P., Mr.
Barney Be as ley to Miss Sarah Lamb.
Married, in this! City, at the Baptist
Church, on TuesdayJ Aug. 15th, 1871, by the
Rev. T. H. Pritchard, Mr; Henry F.. Ful
ler, of Nash 'county, and Miss. Martha
Strickland, of Wake county, "'
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. ' DEATHS 1 . .
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Died, in this Cityonthe 19th instant, of
consumption, Ruth! Ann, wife of Thomas
Hampson; in the 26th year of her age.
j piED, in this City, fat 2 o'clock, A. M., on
Sunday, Aug.; 13th, (l871, after an illness of
three days, Mary Ann Hampton, wife of
John C. Pahner, Esq., , in the 61st year of
her age. j -i : -
Died, in Plymouth, on Sunday morning,
the 13th of Aug., 1871, at 8 o'clock, Thomas
S. Armstead, in thej 69th year of his age,
one of our oldest and most esteemed citizens.
; When the death ofj. one occurs, who can,
".the applause of listening Senates com
mand,'! the pen of the fulsome eulogist is
ever ready to sound and proclaim his merits.
So of the poet, geniusj, even of the politician
and manager of caucuses and , conventions.
But when working! ' unobtrusive modest
merit dies, how seldom the tribute. The
deceased, was one of a! numerous family now
almost ' extinct among us, who had always
occupied high social jposition and influence.
He had received a fair share of education,
having been for a while at our University.
Though a child of fortune, he had thorough
ly fitted himself, by rigid training, for mer
cantile pursuits, whiqh he followed the most
of his life up to the Jjate war, accumulating
a handsome estate, in an honest, straight
forward way. He never let honor depart
fron his dealings, scorning dishonesty he
separated himself frm those practising it.
Kind, affable, genial, lie knew no guile, and
allowed no intercourse with those who prac
tised it. An honesi man, God's noblest
work. Requiescat in pace. v J.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
j Wake County.
William. S. Mason, pjamnn,
. vs. f. - !;
George Gordon and John
Venters, defendants!. , j
A summons having been issued from the
office of the Superior pourtof Wake county,
for the defendants George Gordon and John
Venters, and returned, not to be found ; and
it further appearing! to the satisfaction of
the Court that said defendants are non-residents
of the State of North Carolina, It is
ordered, that publication j be made in the
Carolina Era, a newspaper printed in the
city of Raleigh, forj six weeks, weekly,
summoning the said George Gordon and
John Venters, defendants, to appear at the
next term of Wake Superior Court, to be
held in the city of Raleigh, on the 8th Mon
day after the 2nd Monday in August. 1871,
then and there to plead, answer or demur
to the complaint of the plaintiff, or judg
ment will be taken against them in accord
ance with said complaint,
Witness, John N. hunting, Clerk of said
Court, at office, in thie- city of Raleigh, the
18th day of August, 1871. i
34 w6w. JOHN N BUNTING, Clerk.
ILTBERGER'Sj FLAVORING EX
TRACTS are warranted equal to any
morio Thov ar rretarftd from the fruits.
iUUV&VI JL. MVJ w V J
and will be found much better than many
of the Extracts that are so
Ask vour: Grocer
or Druggist for
BARLOW'S JNDIGO BLUE
is without doubt, the best article in the
market, for blueing clothes. It will color
more water than four times the same weight
of indigo, and much j more than any other
wash blue in the market. The only genuine
is that put up at j
ALFRED WILTBERGER'S DRUG STORE,
No. 233 North Secondlst., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Labels have feoth Wiitberger's and
Tfarinw's nainG on them: all others are
counterfeit. For sale by most Grocers and
Druggists. iaug. iy 4mwAtnw.
-pOORS, 1 V-
Wood Mouldings, Stair Rails, Newels, Ac,
GROUND ANI CUT GLASS.
A large and well jssorted stock of the
above goods constant on hand at the low
est rates. Order work promptly attended to.
Builders and owners will find it to their ad
vantage to get our esthnate before purchas
ing. Special attention given to Black
Walnut and other FIrst-Class work.
Estimates and- Price Lists furnished Jon
, WH1TL0CK Sd CO.,
. & S5I1 Canal Street,
NEW YORK, j
CORRECTBD TBI-WKBKI.Y Bt '
POOL & MOBINO,. ;!
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
X. Corner Wilmington and Martin Sts.
CX)TTdN--per ft.", ' ' - 16
CORN per bushel; - - - ., 1 10
OATS-per hundred, - - '- r 75 !
FLOUR North Carolina Family, - 8 50
FLOUR Baltimore Family, .10 00
BACON per ft., - ' -u r . - 1011
SALT per sack, - M- ' - 2 75
BAGGING - . - - ( r, "X, 17.
MOLASSES Cuba, new, - - 44
i 1 Sucrar House. 30
COTTON YARN - - . - 1 60
CORN MEAL per busheL ; - - 1 1Q
hi; ': ' '';X. etaU.. IricW; : 2: '"' '
'; CORRECTED IRI-WBBKLT BT
.MARCOM & ALFORD,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
V :;" , nargett Street. . , ' '.
APPLES-dried, - - , , -
flrreen. , - ; ': - A ;
BACON Baltimore smoked,
unsmojcea, - r -
strips, r . - r ,- )
-shoulders, -j .
N. C. Hams. -
BUTTER per lb., - - j
BEES WAX per fb., .. v.-h
BEEF--on hoof, - r - ;
COFFEE per tb., - - . -CHEESE
"ner lb - - - 4
COTTON YARN per bale, , 1 40
CORN per bushel, r JL 10
CHICKENS per piece, - j 15
EGGS per dozen. - - , - p 1 1 15
FLOUR per bbL, - i
FODDER per 100 lbs., - -HAY
per 100 lbs., -HIDES
green, per lb., -
I dry, per lb.i - - !
HERRINGS, N. C per bbl.,
LEATHER per lb., - - j
LARD per fb., - -, -MOLASSES
per gallon, -MEAL
Der bushel. - -
8 00 ($12 00
1 25 a)o w
10 12J ,
18 00 teO tK) f
i35 m 40
15 (4 20
UA'lTS per cusnei, - ,
t " per iw ids.,
ONIONS per bush., - l'
POTATOES irish.per bush.,
PEACHES per bushel, ; -! '
SUGAR crushed, - ; :
r ,,i extra C.,-! .i
i : " P.R., - - -
SALT per sack, - I n'
TALLOW per lb,i . :
yiNEGARper gallon, :
J "Cotton Miarket, t
j GEORGE T. STBONACH,
Dealer in Cotton and Naval ! Stores,
1 Market and Martin Streets. , '
Receipts at Raleigh, -
For shipment from Raleigh,
For storage, , " ' !
Sales yesterday,' - - -
: ' ' ' , : I f , ' I r ., QUOTATIONS J
Good ordinary, . -, .
Low middling, -Middling,...
- 1 -Market
: .m 1
11 ' J2 ..
10 ; 11 I ; ;
15 U 00 :
i 16 20. .S
20 Cq 25 ;
61 7 i I
20 (&j 30 1
53 W J
1 15 1 20 ' '
firt Oh 7.1
. 70 Ml W . .
-75 1 00 :,i
0 00 &0 00 ..
0 00 0 00 '
75 Si 00
40 a 00 '
20 ' 00' 1
; lfi 16 : ;
15 4X) . li
, 2 75 C43&5 .
-.,7f 121 f--jv-;-
40 60'.,, ,,
'..'it . r - t 1 . - ; ft.-;.
15 16, i :
' , 00 v..:1
VTORTH CAROLINA, Superior court;
-UH Granville county, j , , ,
t . Itt nru'u rlfV 'fha Will on.
nexed, of Susan Webb, deceased, against
1 George L. Staley and Selina N his wife,
Ann M. jn orwood, Airrea v. v odd,
Frances M. Bumpass, John P. Blackwell,'
and jMary Ann, his wifei Mary Smith,
William N. Johnson, and Elizabeth A.,
his wife, Harriett D. Beasley, William H.
Beasley, M. Susan Webb; G. Emma Ty
ler, Hyman Tyler, and John E. Webb.
Petition to make real estate assets.
It appearing to the Court that George L.
Staley and Selina N.. his 1 wife, Ann M.
Norwood, Alfred D. Webb, William N.
Johnson and Elizabeth' A, his wife, Harriett
D. Beasley, William H. Beasley, M. Susan
Webb,! G. Emma Tyler, Hyman Tyler, and
John E. Webb,Teside beyond the limits of
this State, it is therefore ordered by the
Court I that publication - be made In the
Carolina Era, a newspaper published in the
city oft Raleigh, for six weeks successively,
notifying the said defendants to appear be
fore the Clerk of the Superior Court for said
county; of Granville, at his oflice in Oxford,
on Monday, the 25th day of September, A.
D., 1871, then and there to plead, answer or
demur; to the plaintiffs petition, filed in this
cause; Otherwise the same will be taken to
be certified and heard ex parte as to them.
Witness, Calvin Betts, Clerk of said Court,
at office in Oxford, the 10th August. 1871.
k . , C. BETTS, Clerk
I Superior Court Granville County.
"August 14, 1871. - 31 w6w.
Augustine Landis. admr., of William H.
; Kittrell, deceased, against Sarah Kittrell,
: Emily Peace, Harbard Night, and Nancy
C, his Wife, and Martha Bryant, Petition
to make real estate assets, i ; ,
It appearing to the Court that Martha
Bryant, is not a resident of this State, it is,
therefore, ordered by the Court that publica
tion be made in the Carolina Era. a news
paper published in the city of Raleigh, for
six weeks successively, notifying the said
defendant to appear before the Clerk of the
Superior Court, for said county of Granville,
at his office in Oxford, on Monday, the 25th
day of September, 1871, then and there to
plead; answer or demur to the plaintiffs pe
tition filed in this cause,' otherwise the same
will bo taken to be certified and heard ex
parte as to her. ' Y
Witness, -Calvin Betts, Clerk of said Court, -at
office in Oxford, the 10th August, A. D.,
1871. C. BETTS, Clerk
; Superior Court Granville county.
August 14, 1871. f 31 w6w.
JJALEIGH J3ASH FACTORY!
j 'Price LUt For Sash and Doors:
8 x 10,71 cts. pr. light 10 x 14, 12 eta. pr. light,
9x13,91 - 10x16,13"
10x12,91 " " 10x18,14 44
8x12,81 " " 9x15,10
8x14,91 M 9x16,101" . "
9x14,10 " ". 9x17,11 ",
9x18,121" " I : j , .
Doors. 2 ft 6x6 ft with sunk Pannels 12.50
2 ft 8x6 ft 8, 12.75 I 2 ft 10 x6 ft 10, $3.00
2 ft 10x7 ft 3.25 1 .' 1
Moulded 35 cents on one side; raised and
Moulded 70 cents extra, j
! D. S. IRELAN, Proprietor,
Corner of Davie and McDowell Sta.
Raleigh, Aug. 17, 1871. 32 WAtriwly. .
; How Lost t How Restored I
Juat Published, in a Scaled Envelop. Price set.
A Lecture on the Natural Treatment, and
Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally; Nervousness,. Consumption.
Epilepsy,, and Fits; Mental and Physical'
Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac.,
by Robert J. Culverwell, M. D., author of
the "Green Book, Ac i
"A Boon to Thousands of Sufferers."
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cts.,
or two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. C.
KLINE fc CO., 127 Bowery, New York,
Post Office box 4586.
Aug. 19,1871. 33 triww2ni.