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f" Y 1 1 i Sheriff on Tuesday last to tal
AH Letter relating to j Subscription or
Advertisements, must b addressed to WM. M.
BROWN, Business Manager, j - i ? V
, All Registered Letters can be sent at our risk.
HaAaXJEIGH. SEPT. l4tn; 1871.
Local, State and General Items.
--!-. ' ?.
Ami dtv contains nnite a number of
V AA v.w A
Rtrangers-rmajorlty of them attending U.
S. Court. " '
j ' . -
Teach, Apple and Pear trees, near Wil
mington, are in bloom the second time,
this season. " !
Our market is being well supplied with
everything needful for thetable all of the
best quality. , "
Tho "Queen Bee," when last heard from,
was sucking "sweets" from a "frog stool .
down in the meadows of despair. ;
Wanted,' a good-sized basket to catch tho
"Nation" in it is about to drap from the
point of the pen of the Shelby Banner.
the county, other than that relating to the
tt house and work house. This will prove
"welcome news to many of our people who
hold witness and jury tickets, as well as
other county orders.
gee presiding, was in session week before
last. Wm. B. Parker and Alf. Gilmer who
were convicted. And sentenced to be hung,
at a former term of the court, for the mur
der of Tom Price,' but who appealed to the
Snnreme Court, were re-sentenced at the
present term of the Court, to do execuieu
on Friday the 27th October. The sentence
of his Ilonor, aa we find it reported in that
Tt. tho room te
and the temperature will sink from ten to
twenty degrees in less u uuui.-iU-senger'
A.liV-r.! ';.! .-j . j
: ' Correct. The Republican 'panjr uuug
wet cloth in the tents- of the Ku Klux on
the 3d day of August, 1871, and.the tempera-
- --r ,VontTQ ishxrd'-fihat 5 the
l - ri.. nirini.rsTOS.t! xni . - -rz - v , . .
TWili. be TAKiry.POK County Taxes. The xelwjw "Z' r simplest and cheapest way
. . . I I m. T.(v. ,VT)f li- "lucre aa ' " 1 l,. -iarA. a r..-.M. tl I1 V felX-. Mie AaU-C4
mstruc.eu our , - twmlv-four . r71n it in the place you want
take in payment ueatns report a . " .- :,tf " yV 7 h well ventilated.
of County Taxes, all authenticated paper of hours.; coo i-. - - are
tavoraoie euec. ; ;
hardly any new cases." ; , ;
An official report is published, under date
of 2nd InsL, in which it is stated that only
fw .ith from fever had occurred at Beau
, a n nrinv that week, and there were j . . -eA low1 that blood refuses to
only throo cases then under treatment. sho w in tncir djeeksu'- We intend to keep
k ; the rag well soaked, till the 'whole Klan is
The Albany, Y. Law Journal comes . , :; L? ' . . :
tnnsweeklv.- The number for the week , ; , -. - 1 : -
ending September 2d, is splendid. The CATn0oc Chttbch, - Fayettevi
contentsare: Notification of authority to The Fay etteville Eagle says.the Rev. John
make arrests ; general term abstract ; Court Baptist Hands, recently of Norwalk, Con
or Appeal ib Jtract; schedule of stamp du- necticut, will officiate in that church, lie
ties - trial of the Communists ; book notes ; waa installed some two weeks ago by Bight
correspondence; notes and queries;and legal Rev. james Gibbonk, P. IVjBishop of -N..
I onrinm KVPfV law- i r . l?or TvTr IIATU13 H HIUUHB .m
excellent paper, the Oreroy jcepuo, . . ma; was educated at SU
is touching, yet firm. rprM,uu,u , AT" "rw V.iiit CitvJ Md.. andtoold
al Fair of the Capo . Fear
JL tit? lllliu -
that this District
in this important
-r- Tli 1au( nnm)wr fit
enUre route of a trip of forty miles or more
York, is a young man;
Charles College, IJllicot CityJ
a course of instruction at St;
through portions of Wilson, j!Aigeconiu,
i Tif ,i,irinr th nast week, we observed
11VA A A b "0 X ' i
that the cotton crop, which was extraordin
arily promising five or six weeks ago, has
been more or less injured by the cold spell
which came about the first of August, lv-
vn a Mn hMrfmm in our section
A wild cat weighing sixty-seven pounds ofthe State comes fhe same unfavorable
i.mi i. nn.w mrtntv. one dav last report."- -
W - mtleman while Koing from nis we preuici, a r .u - r - ;
cc"j . ,
harv. Baltimore, and be is represented as a
i rlfivout metv. lnis
ton joumat,wui w ucm ; man ui uuo uui-uv ---- - -
near thatcity, on Tuesday, weanesnay, i3 the first charge ho nasuaa.
rr-l TTri.llV the 14th. ' loth. 10th f I
and 17th of November. The premium list ! califobnia gone Republican
is now in the printer's hands and will soon Francisco, Septi 7, 1871.-There is no longer
be ready for distribution. ! any doubt as to the result of the election
Every effort will be made to render , this Booth has won by a majority cstimatea at
the most attracti ve exhibition of the kind fr0m twenty-five hundred to four thousand,
ever known in the State. A full programme , As far as I can judge from latest -ante111-
for the different days win snoruy w - gence tne wnoie wpuuut w-v. T . ; T
home to Jacksonville.
commendation of thoddress delivered by
vL Gales, of this city, Deior
audience last Thursday night.
m, vir York Herald says tho Repubb-
Wn vlctorv in California was unexpected.
Such unexpected news will -be
after the Presidential election. .
.i. t -
ty, was destroyed by fire a few
.The work of an incendiary.
to at least 20c per lb., before the first day of
We learn that Wm. M.
Josiah Turner, Jr., has been . applied to
for the official vote by which ho was elected
Pr.iHAnt of the North Carolina Railroad,
rvtlAman. Esa.. I : isw. whioh ration do vou mean.
W O IPSLm LLUUa .1IU1 v J - ' 1 11 V UIC iiil U. . , , -
late Attorney General, has opened an office gSf KK
in Washington city for prosecuting the JgJVvTdo not think it fair in the
claims of Southern loyalists for supplies Era to make BUCh a demand. A gentleman
fnmished the U. S. army during the war. f Mr. Turner's modesty and nice sense or
lurnlsn 7.'. , nrrHetv'wiU be most reluctant to parade
nexpecteo. MrrColeman win aiso pru 7 r7 tisoWn triumph with his own type. Can
heard . till of widows of soldiers of 1812 ; also, attend to blushfng president be excused t
all settlementsor post maowo j nv e move. urecwsuuiu mw
department. None need apply for pay for ; We shall not sist on a reply from Ir.
Th Saw Mill, formerly owned by Mr. J. 8Uppiies furnished, they, except inoso Twmcj. Ue i3 evidently in trouoie,
. w.nAnn- i ...i on ' rA estauiisneu. wr. j nAt. w 9h t aaa to nis uisitos.
1. JuiMi", - ' , , l . " , , i T?Y.artT ITntel "
Washington, D. C. '
; Iksanity. We learn from the Weldon
AT.m that, a irrmnor man bv the name of A.
- ' i
. " J .
then, is there any law denying a man tne
right of voting for himself?
in the State,
I The taxpayers' ticket
this city. '
The complete returns have
waived, but no doubt remi
f hislection is a completepolitical; revo
lution in favor of the nepuDiicai
this State. - ;; . rta
; Th( excitement still continues,
Booth's majority in this city will be over
The Democrats are much -depressed.
ir.n:Mnnt.tAii nreviouslv Democratic
have on this occasion given large Republi
The Republicans ard certain of electing a
Senator to succeea mr.
not ct teen
remains as to me
TO THE COLORED VOTERS OP - THE
FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL, DISTRICT, STATE
OF t NORTH, l CAROLINA, COMPRISING
THE COUNTIES OF RANDOLPH, STOKES,
FORSYTH. CASWELL, ROCKINGHAM,
- PERSON, .GUILFORD, DAVIDSON,; ALA
MANCE, STANLY AND SURRY. ; -
G'entlenien : A call has been issued for a
ConVention of , Southern colored men, to
meet at Columbia South Carolina; October
19th, 1871, for the purpose of consulting up
on the condition of the colored people of
We deem ' it : proper
should be represented
Convention, and we therefore propose to
you the following: : That on Saturday, the
30th of September, 1871,jthe colored: people
assemble at their respective County seats,
and hold a meeting, elcjct .three; delegates,
for the purpose of representing their County
in a District Convention. Then on the 1st
Saturday in Oetober, 1871, the delegates thus
elected will meet af Greensboro.', Guilford
county, and there choose some proper per
son to represent the district in the Conven
tion at Columbia., ; j .; -
.The contemplated ConvenUon will, be
very important to the colored people of the
country, and i it is hoped that our fellowr
citizens in this District will take action at
once. - Very respectfully, - ;
GEO.j M. ARNOLD,
WILSON CAREY, '
1 : Cn AS. ALBRIGHT, .
J FRANK- JORDAN.
Parties d'esiring rinfoBtfon'will please
address Geo. M. Arnold? Yanceyvuie, x. y.,.
or Greensboro', N. C. J . ;
Wholesale j IriceB, -
CORRECTED TRI-WEKKLY BY
POOL & MORINGi
arrwvrs and Commission Mercfianls,
Corner Wilmington and Martin bts.
CORN per busheV , " K . " -; 51
FLOUR JNOrui uaromii".""!
-T.i t- atttj Uoltimnro Vamilv.
r : v t ,i rnncrrnsa in I ruwuiv o"1" '
rnirh an iren.i is eiecicu w , nrvnj: m.r it,
the Third and rgent (rep.) in the econa ck,
t t idimi Esa.. havmg
qualify as one of the school committee for
italeigh Township, the Trustees filled the
acancy by the appointment of Gen. John
r thVoiii . tipnhftw of Mr. Jonn -f -i i-it-
ereU, of New York, was on Saturday re
moved from Littleton to the county jail at
Halifax for safe keeping,he having for some
days before that evidenced Insanity of a
dangerous character. On Thursdy night he
obtained possession of an iron bar . and at
tacked two of the citizens of Littleton, oc
casioning almost serious results. Theun
fortunate young man is from Georgetown;
. ' . hM an article headed, D. C. His friends have been notihea or ms
Returned. Tho Times announces the
return of Judge W. J. Clarke,to his home in
Newbern, after an absence of a month or
more, on a visit North. He hekl Court in
Wilson last week.
x 4,A Tiiint-box. the-Hope of the condition.
Nation." If the fate of the Nation hangs on
the point ofthe pen of, the Banner t
KAV Farewell Nation ! 1
r- rw. imDt TnrHulav even-
then we " " -
ing, as Mr. Henry erreu was on ma j
home, from Raleigh, after transacUng some
rtf flrpene imporiani. uuaiuwsa, . uo,
near. IVi11S0 ItlVKr. ttliu. fi
v ' - r
with him to
ho dead! But his friends ran to nisaat-
ance and found that he was not dead but
badly stunned. It was also soon discovered
learns that a that his right arm was uisiuv
elbow. He was carried rortn witn to xjit. .
E. Richardson, at aglo Rock, where he
was properly cared for. He is a farmer, and
resides in Little River Townships j
t i nf PAmmiHsioners
An -r:r: Trtv xmrnhrev as his buggy,
n"-r; :ZL of Mr.Tnos. thought by those in company
VOUnty ireaoutci, . r -
Moore,' resigned. Mr. Moore has been ap
pointed Tax Collector for the county.
fn, TtMlioro' Advance
few days since a dog was discovered in the
yard of Rev. Mr. Barkley of Nash county,
J ... , r o v, nm an beinc In his
Willi UIO uuiiua w - "
mouth. We have heard no solution
tempted of tho dark mystery. "
The Queen Bee on Temperance.
. - . n u. iAmT nonr miiniit ini A. uuiim -
. .-r Tim ononrv Ot- UlO Jitwaiyc i xcmwi."" a v
ABATED. lllO tlltl),J( . 1 . . s UI-A mannpr WO
drink his dram. The cool Jand flowing
Lw of the MM on the working streams that gush from the bosom of the
nieTof tniscity have suddenly ceased. Who uTaik Railroad, was very seriously offlce, was elected ViPdenB.
advisedt ; . - S - ?!,! rr?inee our party injured' last Sunday afternoon, while walk- Broughton resigned,
t . .(IHIII11HK O U"l V - " V
nnmnr- I AruW out In AUGTUSt. 1 aon t -iuiiib.
Another New Organ. There seems to
be great tribulation in the camp ofthe Con
c.anratiVA.t)pmocratic leaders. .We look for
ward with great anxiety to startling devel
opments, ere long.as the cause ofthe trouble
alluded to. What will open up, we venture
not to guess, or even suspect-but there is
a rumbling noise in the distance, that leaves
us in no doubt, whatever, that a terrible
calamity overhangs the party 01 an me
honesty and all the decency. Rumor,
pretty well authenticated, establishes, at no
distant day, a new organ for the Democrat
ic party, in this city, under the special
care and control of Gov. Clark, of Edge
combe, Judge Howard of Edgecombe,
of Wilmington,and Thomas J. Jarvis,(Dep
uty Governor,) ' . ,
This means something, and we leavfhe
reader to draw his own conclusions. ,
. -2 r .
Accidents. From the WUmington Jour
nal we learn of the following serious acci
dents : i "The mate on board the Br. barque
rieiades . accidentally had his leg broken
yesterday, just above the ankle. : It seems
that in hoisting out the ballast ofthe barque
the tub used for that purpose brokb' loose
and fell into the hoid, striking the mate on
the shoulder knocking him down and fall
ing on his leg. The fracture is a very seri
ous one, tho bones protruding through the
flesh." ' .
44 We regret to learn that Col. J. C. Mc
Laurinj a prominent citizen of Richmond
- tv,a a rront. at Laurinburff. of
chance of gaining the First district,
in i t iroTv tits A drunken
I never said Bond" and Brooks
MOLASSES Cuba, new,
CORN MEAL per bushel,
got drunk. I did abuse Tourgee, Watts,
T t ol TTonnr ArfJTO ClYGS me
days of unhappiness. .: What if Argo has
na.1Spfl Oramre Ku Klux to "puke", on me! .
:i' i r.n.-ntamnatPt. The COUTt for
the trial of many of my warm personal
friends sits in Raleigh on the 13th. Pbil-
sn twni This startles me, and
makes me nervous. I did abuse Phillips
perhaps I'went too far in suggesting that
he was an accomplice with1 incendiaries.
Oh, that the ink in my pen had refused to
vim fr mir arm naralvzed. ere I had ut-
A UUf vy. X '
tered such a sentiment! Brooks remem
bers how I applauded him for granting the CHEESE per lb.,
writs of habeas corpus. He will post Bondr COTTON YARN-
though I am feverish at tne mere meuuuu
of his name. My friends are'; going back on
me. Jaryis Englehard, accidental Gov.
Clark, Howard and the Lord only knows
who else have forsaken me ! Eno would
cry unto the" Ruler of the World, mightily,
if he thought his voice would reach an inch
above the ceiling. But 1 He : hath sai(T that
all slanderers have a place prepared for them.
In my time of trouble with no one to me
to I am tempted. Not Coward r -No
The grave of a suicide! Nol Phillip!
A wnir I T-eave me 1 X OU X liuxu y 4
Oh, lordy ! how my head aches
An Accurate Time-keeper is indispejisalle
to the Business Man or iraveuvr.
. . $12.00,
. - . $20.00.
Single Watches of all kindi 'L:'7 Y
Sold at Wholesale Factory Prices.
Any Watch you may Want
Carefully Selected, Regulated, Securely
D,.t .nd fnrwnnlwl to vou safelv any
where throughout the conntry, on receipt of
price, by Express or MaiL! Free, at t he same
Slice ior a oingie v icu aa wo cu
ewellers and Watchmakers by the Dozen.
; marked down At
ONE-HALF THE USUAL PRICE.. .
Watches from $5.00 to $500.00 each.
Watches ror armens.
.- .Watches for Speculators. . j
Watches for Tradesmen.
: WathM for Clenrvmen.
Watches for Sporting Men. .
Watches for Kailroad Men. ,
" 1 Watches for Trading Purposes.
Watches for Personal Use.
Watches to Make Money With,
-i Watches for Presents.
Watches that Wind Without any Key.
Diamond watcnes ior uh" t-i
i Watches for all Purposes and at .all Prices.
Watches with English, French, Swiss and
American Movements. .Watches with istcKei,
rl. xji.il itat.hl nrid Patent Lever. Com-
pensation, unmomi, ic"""' X JT, .ZtL
pine or Cylinder Escapement, and all other
known Styles. It
WATCHES AT ONE-HALF THE FKita. ,
. ever offered by - j
OTHER : DEALERS.
A SINGLE WATCHor more of any kind and
any price jwjuve iw, . j
SENT ANYWHERE, ''MT, .
WITHOUT ANY MONEY.
- v and you can pay for It
at the Express Office in your j town. 7 .
f w arePthT sole inventoraj j proprietors, iand
manufacturers ofthe new? i I !
NORTON GOLD j METAL,
with which we case many or) our new siyieso
Watches, making them fully equal in
BRILLIANCY of APPEARANCtt, .
STYLE, WEAR and TIME,
TO ANY FIRST-CLASS WATCHES
! U ;v - COSTlriU or 971,
and which we sell Singly or by the Dozen at
1! ONE-TWENTIETH THE PRICK. .,
Beautiful In Finish, , . .
Artistic in xesign, m
stmnir nml Diirable. and
Alwavs Reliable for Accuracy of Time.
1 -.-1 1 1 Ka Crnn l Thn
f Among our great variety j w m
AnEnSh Silver Watch, j r ' 9
Ctenume unae uoiu r -y--o 1
: reduced from $15.00 to , ' lA .
o'iwinnn i- -vonrstvlfl Patent Stem-
: W1 n diner. Keviesa w aicir, x- nutr .en
DR. CROOK'S WltfE OF TAR : -I
Has been tested by the public
I . forlOyOafs. ,
I ; i ."
DR. CROOK'S WIXK OF TAR j ...
Invigorates tlie entire system.
DR. CROOK'S WIKK Ut'TAK . ' .
mm . t 11. a ' n . k
k Is tne very reineu y ior uiv i eaiw
DR. CltOOK'S WIKE OF TA U i, T' ,
Rapidly restores exnausieti
DR CROOK'S WINK OF TAR
RestorpH the Apiuie anu
Ktt eiigtlscns the Htomach.
DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR '
Causes the Toki u almost, remoym
Dyspepsia ami Iniiigesuon.
DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR
' (iives l'ne ana energy w
DR. CROOK'S WINK OK TAR j
. M All rcHxverin from any illness
, Avill find this tho.
best Tonic they can take.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR ,
. Is an euecijve
regulator of the Liver.
DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR :
,. . 1 Cures Jaunaice,
or any Liver Complaint.
DR.; CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
who are never feeling well,.
Strong and Healthy.
i , :
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR' 1
Has restored many persons
who havo been
unable to workifor years.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Shonia De tasen lr your oiomacu
.is out of order.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
onouia 00 yutoii hjuu juw
weak or debibtated.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR,
Should be taken to strengtnen ami
, ; . build up your system.
Retail Xfrices. v;r
CORRECTED TKlj-WEEKLY BY
ATARCOM & AXFORD,
Ornoers and Commission Merchants,
... ; Ilargett Street.
APPLES dried, - !- ; -.'
green, -: -BACON
; onsmoKea, -. -
strips, - r . : -:
shoulders, , - r -
i N. C. Hams," -
BUTTER per tt., - i -BEESWAX
per ft., -
BEEF on hoof, - - , , -
COFFEE per ft., - - -
Typographical UNioN.At a regular
meeting ofthe Raleigh Typo. Union, No.
54, held on Saturday evening, Sept. 2,1871,
Tnidai N". Keith, foreman of the Era
IT in 11 is That. Madame
always meddling, now declares that the new
Temperance paper to be published in this
city, to be a part and parcel of the Sentinel,
with the Hon. Josiah Turner, Jr., as prin
cipal 1 editor.: We hardly, think this so,
though we have never heard it denied.
I r .
We learn that on Tuesday last an alterca
tion ocSSed on Market street, .between
erpSes. during which oneofthem
ttrcd a pistol at another who in turn knock
olTtne assailant down.-Oo6oro' Messen-
3 For all of which, hold the President of the
Atlantic road, and Phillips responsible.
They caused it! Don't yon think sol ;.
netent to rid
us of our smut and cheat--we are both.
The new organ will represent the Eastern
Ku Klux that's as bad as I can speak of
Jarvis, though he's going uac uu
friends. Mitchell county aint to be blamed
for her conduct in the last election. Tom
Jarvis will piien anything he touches.
Now I lay me down to sleep."
ing on tho track near tho town, by , falling
into a cattle guard. Three orms rms ero
business manager of the Era offlce, electod
C. B. Kdwaras resignou.
f . Afessrs. Kdwaras 6C
CORN per bushel, - -CHICKENS
per piece, -EGGS
per dozen, - - -FLOUR
per bbl., - -FODDER
per 100 fts., - -HAY
per 100 lbs., - -- -HIDES
green, per ft., - -
" dry, per ft., -:
HERRINGS, N. C per bbl.,
LEATHER per ft., - I -LARD
per ft., - -MOLASSES
per gallon, -MEAL
OATS per bushel, - r - ;
" per 100 lbs., -ONIONS
POTATOES irish, per bush.,
PEACHES per bushel, -SUGAR
crushedj - -
' ; extra C, - - it -"
P. R., - -
'" ; common, -SALT
per sack, - -": -.
TALLOW per ft., . - -VINEGAR
per gallon, -
75 1 00
1 40 1 50
1 10 ($1 10
; 20 25
20 (cb 25
7 50 ($11 00
1 25 ($1 oO
75 (31 00
! 051(a) 06
10 (a) 121
7 50 8 00
i 15 20
I 33 50
1 15 1 20
00 1 00
75 1 00
1 00 1 50
1 20 00
2 75 3 00
till?. -Mfc. W J - 7
led Polished JJiCKei worKS, jusbobuw
- Action, quite a novelty, fi . . ': .
Bterling Silver, uuiiung-jase, ; iwu
TheaNew8i-orton Gold, Metal Watch, Jew
elled Lever.Nickel Works, Elegant Style,
Warranted, $15.00 and - ' -
English Sterling SUver Patent Lever
American Watches, Exposed Lever, Silver
nrinM in 9. a and 4 mince Huntinsr:
Cases some as low as :M . 18.0
English Duplex Watch, lnj Silveir Case,
Sweep Second for Sporting use, fining .
ttoAc. Art wnrrftntexl $18.00 and Up
x Find Solid 18 Karat Gold. Hunting,Csef
if Levers, Compensation ance.lckel .
Works, allJeweiiea, wwreuieu xa
TlpaMid Gentlemen's fine OperaCnate- i
DR. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAR . ,
Will cure your Dyspepsia or
L ji Indigestion.
DR.-CROOK'S WINE OF TAR ,
Will prevent Malarious severs,
and braces up the System. r
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR : ;
Possesses vegetaDie mgreaienis
, which makes it the
' luuf Tnnirt in thfl market.
DR. BROOK'S WINE OF TAR
lias proved itsen
! - jn thousands of cases
capable of curing all disease of the
. Throat and Langs.
lalne. Guard. Neck, Drop and Vest Chains,
all styles, $2, 83, $4, So, and upwaras.
'-!;.. . CT XT 33 0 . : i r : v - :
With all Orders for 6 Watches,' of any kind, we
. ONE EXTRA WATCH FREE,
fmakine 7 Watches' in all.) as a Premium to the
(rrson lettinl up the Cluo. Send all Money by
Post Offlce Money Orders, Draft or uani cnecx,
or Registered Letter, at our risk; or give your
money to any Express Co. and order them to
. . no return
purcnase wnai ywu "vi . r
Watches or Money to you immediately. Tms
will ensure Safety and Promptness. We will
,r trrZU nvpr 10 worth, to you. no
XWtnroiu ""J E ' - , - .. :i ,HW,,f
matter where you are, oy xijikbsvj . "
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
vjures an nroiiiu vuugi'a,
- and Coughs and Cold',
" more effectually tlian any
, j : . ,f i ' other remedy.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
Has cured cases or consumption
: by physicians.
the money, and you can pay for them wnen you
receive them. Full Dea
- t - .
ailHprders to the
"A References: 86 Nassau St., New York.
Banks, Merchants and Newspapers .
or New ioik. i -.f.j.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TARV ...
T Has cured so many cases of
...- ' Asthma and Bronchitis
that it has been pronounced a specillo
I for these complaints, ; ,
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF T,
Removes pain in B reast, j
51de or Rack.
Broughton was owing to the
hova nnenfid a Book and
fact that they
The Queen Bee on the New . Depakt-j
tjbe. It is a bitter pill to even have the ap- afHishment in this city, thereby render
J Al ina imh Am Tlltt IHIS1UUII3
lllg tucui i
they occupied in the Union.
nearahce of affiliating with the copperheads
of the North. Stephens, little and puny as
he: is, and -after all his boasting swallows
the medicine, and says he'll follow. Mar
tial music, like Vaughn's band, is superior
to ball room fiddling. I'm reminded of
i.:t, i.rwti. oni KHnrht muskets, when the
iiiu ut;j cv -o '
Tho followine: resolutions;
after tho resignation of Messrs. Edwards &
Broughton, and we heartily join .withour 0rdinary
brothers of the Union m xneir Good ordinary,
d hone these gentlemen may receive tne middling,
CORRECTED TRI-WEEKLY BY ;
GEORGE T. TRONACH,
Dealer i in Cotton and i Naval Stores,
Market and Martin Streets
Receipts at Raleigh, - '' - - ....
For shipment from Raleigh, - ,
For storage, - - -
Sales yesterday, - -, r -
and defying their power, and concludes this
remarkable tale with . the roiiowmg.vinuii,
. . . . Timmirnni TnfUan IS
. a t nv;onriAr5x noil- i tr true, nrovea uji mo j. iav.a -
There are now we f s blue :: : "A few
"Y. o, ,nla and six female Aewoem
)V UUU4 mw
?heex of the other four T We are anx
'ThTofour were furriners-
Wb give you tho benefit of a reply through
our columns. But the question, we insist,
janot been answered.- v-
Iliictr DisTH.UNO.-Eli Barliam,' revM
ig near New BetheL Rockingham county,
ays the Greensboro' Tatriot, was arrested
. aortal Penn. and brought
nr ut'uutT a..
Too Much Indian for Wute Man.
' A J
. . Af. n rrrvrwi nnn in i 1 1 1 v ' 1 1 utia anu waaa,. r nn
. . t fmnfiTifr I tifpr Tilavs two liiue piK o i nn;nnar nfiv so nchlv aeserve. ! iuiuu!",
regara so xxj .;. " 1,11 i,rn will accompany - 'r 'tA rm M.Plooks
number of U. S. soldiers without arms DeeraiuuD u.UWvu -- - ' Tne resoiuuous c ,m
tne xnaiaiis nuui vuciyiA ofthe union, anu were ouup
engage in base ball. I never was , a Ku mous voto. ' 1 ' : : . J ' (
Klux.. . i: Resolved, "That in theresignationnd
P. S.' Since hearing of the blind and deaf Avithdrawai of Mr. N. B. "Broughton Vce
os,I think -I am mistaken about Presiden
Stephens swallowing the New Departure er, -"efficIenT useful ; members
aI2? T?at in embarking ; in their enterprise,
thev have our sincere and heartfelt Avishes
FAIR.-There was a ume , lGr tneir iutur "-.ron the as-
the diimity 3. xniiii .IMwuK 111
.wVf iw i.n t bricrhten our meet
New Cottou a few bales coming in.
I TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
t WAKE UOUNTY.
1 Superior uourx.
Anna B. Cavarly, ) , H
f vs. t ueoc.
Milton S. Littlefaeld,J l. l . ;
a summon, havins been issued from the
office of the Superior Court of Wake coun-
tr. for the aeienaani;, iunwu o. jju"cajciu,
and returned, by the Sheriff, "NoMo be
found in Wake county," and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court that the said
defendant is a non-resident of this State :
It is ordered that ' publication De mra iu
the Carolina Era,, a newspaper puoiisnea
ini the city of Raleigh, lor: six weeits, weeit
wi an mmoninsr the tj said Mill on S. Little-
field, defendant, to appeart the next term
of Wake Superior Court, to pe neia m uie
city of Raleigh, on the 8th Monday after
the 2d Monday in August, 1871, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plain tiflf In the; above-named
action, or judgment will be taken against
him according to ine compiaiuu .
Witness, John N. Bunting, Clerk of said
Court, atofllce, in the city of Raleigh, the
25th day of August, 1871. : 1 ' ,
34 WOW . iX. XJUi3t AXivi, .
DRT CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
i . Should, do taKen ior
d Iseases of the
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR
Cures Gravel and Kidney uiseasos.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAU
' should do taKcn ior nil
Throat, and Lung Ailments.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAH
Should be kept in every nouso,
: , j :. and its lile-giving
, Tonic properties tried by all.
-T- -i j 7
PURIFY YOUR - BLOOD.
'; DR. CROOK'S , . .
DR. CROOK'S COMPOUND j
SXBUF OF I'OKJi KUUJ.
: . . Is the actlvd medicinal
quality of Poke Itoot , '
combined with tho
. : best preparation of Iron.
our boys in blue:
days after the above occurrence, our mior-
" . . aV. a. At. !1?fir. KvDircw1
.""T th hii pUU : t am rejoice that Sheriff Hughes h
visited their camp th6 night Deiore anu
Bnocted their arms to see if they were in
Jill. A AI1
paid over what money he had on hand.
- i tl o r-rrrw. with illiC-
-hereon Weancsaay , ,T5, .
.liKtillinir. He was committed to jail un-
:i c.fnniAv when ne
proper condition. Asa proor or uns asier
tion, he stated that he had left his ' "card,"
tt r.;.Kvniild be louna auaciieu w uuo
their'guns. Upon examining their weapons
th name of Henry ' Berry Lowrey was
found inscribed upon the breach of one of
them, very. much, to the astonishment of ye
gallant "melish." j ;
our annual fairs partook of all
: MOnfrnilviniiest that they
.... . . , . .11 . itrora artfl 11 1 x - - .oof
1. : . 1 1 AAJ Tft laiUir .. HII VA A t A .J mu
Wllli-t BIKKUW " ;
SASHES, . 5
Wood Mouldings, Stair Rails, Newels, tftc,
K K AM EL Li E I , . EMB OSSED,
I;' GROUND AND CUT GLASS. I
a lorU fiiul wfill aborted stock of the
I TATE OF, NORTH CAROLINA,
Superior Court. ; - . .
Joseph D. Cavarly, ) J . I j ; t
Milton S. LitUelieldJ j I ! : it
A summons having been lssuea irom uie
office of the Superior Court of Wake county.
for the defendant MUton . ijiraieneiu, anu
returned by the shenir- "not to ne iounu in
Wake county;" and it appearing to the satis
faction of tlie court that said defendant is a
DR. CROOK'S COMPOUND 1
SYlvUr Or, 1DKK llUCrr.
Is the BKST Alterative.
- or Blood Purilier made.
DR. CROOK'S COMPOUND
! , SYRUP OF POKE ROOT.
dcixjnding oii a dopraved coi tlitiou
First iN.-r-Tho Sentinel notices tlie fact
Was released a tliat Sheriff Hughes, of Orange, is the first
Public Treasurer Uns year ana
500 bond to appear before tlie CircuH Court to pay p,
atRaleigh in November. . . u. ' says: ''
Tne reporter of the Columbus Union was
w,th trade, which, for detail
a ru . th0 usual
anu items, w
modeof .splitUng the dilference to clinch
Inrblrgain the watch being finally dis
hundred dollars In goia,
four! pounds of salt, six mackerel, three
pounds of soaPr a hat, apaper ot
Uicks, and an ounce of sulphur. If; that
watch don't ron, we are at a lc kjiow
where to look for one that wilL
. . . A" At il
varied avocations. -t Proxlucuons oi uw
the work shop and the handy-work of our
daughters, claimed our attention,, anu we
fclt a native pride whenever wo visited the
Pair Grounds. Fine cattle, norses, iowi,
and tho Bee Hive (!) too, made us prouu oi
North Carolina, But now, ve are told the
jnguns are coming down to bellow, and
play baso bawl Yea;; verily, the ScrtThicl
rails on the Executive -Committee ; to pro-
notice the Sheriff as they makef grahvne a game; of base rJl
i. V..;fli tlimr rkrAfi'PTlfe.
iuSa '' "' r.-r v.-r. " . 4iu
a- That tnfi Hccrciarv . uci i.-m ,
furnish each of the-gentlenieri with copiesol
the above, and the same be spread on the
minutes othis Union. ; jd i "i j
' Oub County Commissioner &c.iTbe
price of the old ' Comity Courts; an he
of hod tliev had of dis-
posing of county business, was the veriest
humbug known to civilization, and it . was
corl with them.
a wise provision mc ui.-a.v. ,
. :,isi.A. r fha fitft t Tt is omeretl that
. T . - fc I ,11 til! I'JIliCllU JX A. A A VJ A
above iroods constantly on hand at the low- rtbiieation be made in the Carotoia Era
. V. . J.1 A- I I J S U
UNDV - -
a v.aa nAnA will be-so tartly as
the radical. Sheriff of Orange, three years
aorthe Democratic Sheriff of Jackson,
last year. , ; .-..i.iti . . ':
Now we think it unklhd in Mr.' Turner
to go back on" the Democratic Sheriff of
Jackson, ir. Turner, rii. - keCp their, truck at honie.
,(ra Ytrit. iA nav'anv money to Treasurer the people mayecp 11 .
ti-io ti,o Ttemocrat o Bnenn 01 i. .... . .
aramme a came ol base oau, .!uw t , .
SteCW. .lent and ugumtol JW?'; "e
L .V .aa i., krta I t .i Pnun v fTnrnmi5MslOXierS,
j t i.AAMiti'n Aftiiiiiiii it 'M-r ill . iv I k iii va t& . ' ,r " T 7 .. .i, a f
they'll do nothing'of the kind. IftAis to ;fTheKComuiissionersoUhis ;Ccntyu,nt ; .
Uiey ii uo wuiu. w I - . a.' r,n,iini, th mnntv FOKTT.TiiOy- fV.
uiulv iinu.i'o : w i .-. i - i - r
-nnniieauon oe ihimiw i ho v' "l
. ' ii . I 1 :n al. .;i,tnf Dala.l,.' f,
est rates. Order worK promptly iiiu;nuuu i newspaper priniow m mo vi.j .A..t .w.
si-t wecKs, weekly,' ,""oimt,
Milton S. ljitueneia, - -cieieiiuaiii,; w pici
at the next term of ,;Wake Kuienor ynvn.
to be held in the city or liaieign, on uie oiu
Monday after the 2nd Monday in August;
igtji ; i,Ai anrT thoro to lilead. answer or ae-
mur to th? complaint ftf! Oie plaintiff in the
above named action, or. 3 nagm em. wix
.biken, against him according to, the com;
1 A A l-?..li 4-1 A
Court, "at oince, in
25tli day of August;
J i A t,', W ' - .
Ruilders and owners will find it to their ad
vantage to get our; estimate before purchas
;.AA Wii attention eiven to Buck
Walnut and other FirsTi-CLaVss work.
. i . A. . " . . I J
r TTjatlmates and Price Lasts jyrnisiieo on
application;'; 'A' ""f-l"'... j-'i'-'j
WH1 U.:X-.JV OS v,t
:254;& 256;Cnsil Street," :
DR. CROOK'H CJOMPOIT
SYRUP oi..i'Kr; ici.r.
i -:'. Corcti S4rrofihu 44
St rofulous'Dise.'s of lliv J-Iyes
. . or Scrofula In any form.
, f Ajlt Jl
DR CROOK. IWMl'OUiM)' )
NYUlJl Or l'UK4'J 11Wa
Cures old SoroK," VxAU orUIcorv.
...' ' ..A-lj-J.y ... ' -
DR.; CROOICH COMPOUNI 5 f ' "
: ,,i: SYRUP. :Vl'.UWKv noui .
Removal IMmpl'-M, Blotetuv,
- and beautiful the Completion.
?M?SWr?h? IDR.-CROOK S wiMPOUNI)
J N'.'BUNTiANCi, CTer;. ;
COWABD3 in Robeson CouNTY.-Uen.
Oorman has furnished the Robesonian wiUr
a list of namesof cowards who were detailed,
but failed to appear, and assist in the cap
ture or the Lowrey gang: TheRobesonutn
deiliius fr the present, to publish the
..allies. It matters but little, if thAt paper
declines altogether, .nevertheless, they. will
fiu4 notoriety, or we greatly mistake the
clmnicterof lion. Gormaiu Ue never goes
Jt;wk,but presses forward!
And Jis now in
county jail forlW HaMnggothim in Jail,
, ' rnmer omrht to try afld feet him put. .
q'uebe: Did Mr. Turner rite to Sheriff
. L.i Mm that the money in
llUCliea nuu ui" aaa
0 aa- -i . that:
the Treasury was getting ww,
chances to draw' fvw seven uuuu. .
week were getting1 slim, and did ; that-ap-
peal hurry up tho Sheriff pf orange T ,
Western N. C. R. R. Th prospects , of
this enterprise may, improveni, from the
following which we copy, from the Ashe-
ville Citizen, of the 31st ult: ,.,. -
l . 1 .. nflivi iiniiintr uih tTuiiiiivi-
itif its to be a play ground forlndiansand SAni
white boys or any other color, say so, tnat time, tney navo T-f -
nie. 1 nmiMfinii. anu - , :
. I r . . A . ' . A
,...r,t will lo out of debt, our isp&ra oi
r;Ci,iriArs . leser'e-tno. everiasimg
SYRUP OF P()KK RCK7
Cures any Disease or
I will sell, on Saturday, the ;u :insM
Mangum's Store, Orange county, the choses
ili action o the estate of John .B. Iieathcns,
a bankrupt.' -Terms casn. . , . -;- r5
SftnA 8. 1871. ltwi 1 A, MAN GUM.
" ' . ' -.- ' a a .
maintain its usual dignity bring on your
j.t!,.iA, fv 41. o-srhihitionA : t . f:'
uuu ava a.v w ,r
' i : : -, : ; . "... r ' . .. - . ' ,
. .'. n;.Atv TVniii the IJISL liOUC
J...... Irvl In infer, thsituo efforts
juniuH, aaa j- I .
thanks ofthe people of Wake for thek Jan- 5PROCLAMA1
tliipl ergy, nnd- the fefe HuSxenc
htAli time " 'INO man or 1 sei 01 uro,
.t-" 1aa tiioir hAftrlft interested ln Uirwel-
U1CT JJ. MA.A J ,
jney in wUl spared by Gen. Gonnan .t) , rid that fareof their countryouldVor eoiild, aflbrd
that his . Qf e- despAjratio, Lowrey and his to work twelyo moifths for 0!., yet jour
. .... .. iff
the Governor of North
gang. That paper says: s : - ,
- On Monday last Adjfc-Geiu Gorman . rc
from his visit to llaleigh,- winthcr
he had gone to make further arrangements
r. - .aa1 aii.-oM.fiil. urosecutuni
of the campaign iu this county. .
. learn that he has secured a supply fof
tents, cooking utensils and everything nec
a K.?A1.rrtoriiis men. and Hiat
.LminMl nut t P1VO WD UIUH UK?
Commissioners have danctlns,aa;l .Uiey leeL 1
nroud to-day. that they have j wjnea out pur
county debt, and can oller.ecackto J the
. . ..-!
HU3 ; Excellency
i; 'ivri-f , Carolina,' ?
RaleigLrSepf. 11, 1871
.WitEBEAS, information has keen received
t 1 : Y AKK UUB1I.
. ' - . - Ci
i- r. r i' ' Superior Court.; -iy:nruii
William s. Mason. Dlamtin. t u; j ; '
Geore ' Gordon and , Joim
; v enters, aetenoants , .
A ftnmnions havinir been Issuott from the
oflieo of the Superior Court bf Wake cou nty.
forthe defendants lieorge Momou ana jonn
Venters, and returned, not to be found i and
it further appearing tot jthe satisfaction of
the t ourtuias. saiu uweiiumiwrauuui.
the State of . North Carolina. Jt is
ordered; tliat publication bo made 4n r the
Carolina Era, a hewspapcr printed in tho
mi. nnnoicm COMPOUND ! '
SYRUP OF'POKK ROOT.
. - . ; Cures Rheumatism mid
ilVmi in lAutbi, liones Ai-;
A' - ' A ! A t. MJ
We want n i-Kuniy "u"
. 3 i (
and that the s.iid Haney lias tied
, n ; lmfils ' himself that tlie
process of Jaw cannot lie served on
Lnow,: thereto, e - I, Toi Ga
the State, next term of Wake Superior. Court, to be
ordinary held in Uie city of Raleigh, 011 tlie th Mon-
him : ' : : Hsiv after the lid Monday m August
albwelIa, then and there to plead, answer, or. demur
'rnrnf tha State.of North Carolina, by i to the complaint of the plaintiff, or judg-
c.f0m iiia -oroved all nfficiCMt, ana mUcn l-ZiU' f authority in me vested hy law, ao ,nent wilt be taKen againsi, uiem ui iwww
I Ka.aaa. I "J . -t - - ... " - h, . I 7 r. . A "A- ..A" : V. ...r.A I At
-?:.. l I r.i ."oi...l-,xMam nr.ff Directors1
ir-. " ' II r7-U W m. i.J IVaIV A O I . a I aI A.TATk .Till I 1 UILM I 4 i.M A IA1 V a m.. - n-kaB j V I I I . m-T V liUJ w )
;-.. a .Tin i i matnn vwtfrdav 'tlie lasiw"11"" , , T f j-. i cMf,l a -r L i psirKl uolivery or saiu vr imam; "r' uuurt, t
Western NJ C. R. IL met on yestcraay, ww . vin'lriihmd tliat an additional force pt 1S t sKirhoorl tllsnntes about roads ana YLVr ....a,.a.,it i.,1 ) do enkrin A f An
PB Peuform. 31gtt andheld their rcgu amuai inc. federal soldiers are expected - tayAtutt!eteme
has occurred at atMar
parting :or-a VreriW and .Eagineer-s ff! -BP1 S '"Iff "f.
across Report, and oUier.DUsuie-. uu ""t it enii Jo vetli ; ' i r.. Co i.,. intrusted to Ma- xl fi.t.V "wVf ti, TTnited States 1 .rr, "T
another, one-, ed toon Bchmu S- roLVishart,- of the 5VKI, llegt,,:;najuu , -r . r A U, 1?
ew York, nam- iauu. -"-r7,i rfu- Howell. dT tne own, are u "1 "rvr .t ,.rntir ' s ; TOD R. UAliUWKhii.- -t nnblie sale.
AlHMDENT TO" A TlQIIT-RO
euI A sliolkiuk "aiident
:Xirinirlield. Ohio. Ity tlie
.i:.a in his rope, stretched
street from one building to
lommil rorwwalker from N
' l . x,.. ,reititated to tho Vitt'. ioVnr' and Mr. Pbt
ground, distance of60 or 70 feet.' The In- Bargin cf Marion. Last night
fuTiiaWabrokenleg and arm and ftac- iSSSS:
lured skulL -Tbo accident was witnessed ,lfve However raocli- .vre May
of peoploiuiclud- J . nna f ph a result we confess
J - ... A TV- I - 1 a.. am... IA I
Ing the wife and child ortne vicum.
Houne waa formerly a soldier, and lost his
leg ia the-Union service in Tennessee. ,v He
refusoil to accept payment for the perform
ance, buthe ground that h had not earned
tl. ' : 'j '.: j": iA.
disposed of, and the comity. is savedahv-ge;
- . amouhtof unnecessa costs ? V jri
lJL O A- AA A. - ' A
... i.A..A.r.nmittn or es-
cape from bankruptcy, .If this must come,
let the friends of the I toad between tins and
Salisbury conibino awP purchaseit, pro
vided any means cn be. dovised; .under
sueh arrangement . to forward , ita comple
tion, ; ' ,. : ' :'tr
..r. t Ia rt 1T '1 . ' 1 1 1 1 1 T" 1 1 HKJk. . i
it & ha a a
,1. -a.-l.iiAi. are lo oo maui
strengtheneti, m a iew uy ,
rhGenl Gorman nfl working of our ne . system, , then,
V.l.hAnn hounded conlidence of his men, 1 vea' decided "success, and pur peoplo
! and that the best spirit prevail - gigfied therewith, the poiiticai tnciv-
Wbtuxe-oftheouaaWri sters, who manage, fienseryve press ffir
irTmuv a tmcstion of time: , . ' ' have no rigfjt to -awac,.att .MUfv abtf
. . . . - at-i rt ia inw i , - a i w. - hot it ia
i . To outsiders the time required to do thto c'nde,ivor to create tho imnreasion Uiat it
may seem unreasonably loijsf.-ibntye Rl - , j. . . v, f. 5. ...
sure that the end s approaching.;, .'.: aiauure. ..!..
a. - H a I ' ; , . . - a; I v' aa nnranl .! I ...If 1. a.i JaI nnni r.l!1111 1 . i ' . : 1
and our PeopMu uu issue my ZTi. ...v " ;': "f -v Ttimtlnv' fTlr rk of naid
r our iiuirurt-i i"ui a-aa a-i i-- v- : - . V r , 1
L.VrH-t. - imiit... - !o.aw4. -iS-l.o I . ,.4,.aa i ., tUti rltrr-iir.Ifta.IAirli' tln
0, AAA .mij m m- I
HN !n. 'JltJ NTlNG, OVcr:. 1
'. . is - 1 - r M - ...
he 2nd day jpf .October, being
Martin' Court, we will olt'er
at the Court House door, in
the town of Williamston, tiiat valuable tract
of i timbered land lying between v oonono
Creek and Roanoke River, the property oi
tho lato Thos. P. : Devereux, containing
about one thousand acres. One reserve bid
wlU bohfcid by s. Tenns maue Known on
the day of sale v - : , , it,, ,ri;; 'V 'i
Tin. (!1 lOOK'H COM l'OUXU r .
Hi UU AVO: i'tii. I iiUM.
. IJuildM u; Cr.tlt!tti'iU
' :1 1 . ' broken dowh froni
vi) Mineral or Meruirial Poion.
.Jt. 1. .-.I
DK. CliOOK'H COMPOUND i : ; ,
M s y inrp ok toak nc, n
Shoultl lie; taken by nil
1 ' -.ij-miuirinjt a remtaly.
lij ; to tuako ptiro bloxul.
Vil. CROOK'b COM POUNI) ' , ,
SYRUP OP TKE lCOOT.
CurC!j long standing
f)iKesif! ?of the W ver.
By the Governor:
. . ; Ji B.-Neatiiehy, ;
', A. $ r private Secretary ;
- ' J 'tis: -; t :rrrtr:i?sv
'.".AA ' A A AA A . IT ll Att ( llnlTM 11 I 1.
IIK I IU1II1V n IAIJ1 I l J 1 M r t t . i . a
? - - uvm 1 k iniciT iifwi'r.
t ! i r : - t ' ' Cures' S(?iU Head,
Mt.i.M.' ( - I ' f . a. a.1 IM.n...... 'lA.tli..
. r , , , . . .
- TA" A - T A.
DR. CROOK'S 'IX)MP6CNDN ' '
utu wvw SYRUP OF l'OKK ROOT.
. RcinovoM S'pbllis ,
iA ' '' or thedjscifM it iMitHHsJ
i nll'.u.liiulli; ilml M7riiv tJ
. . ; v I1IIUU till" .a t-,.--...
than any and all other rcinedioti -oinhiiicd.
Aug. 244, 1S7I. . . : . j,, i
I v Wllliani Haney is about 27 yean of ago.
ut five fect nine inched high, and weiglis
ihh.it 15' or 140 nomids
Asheville Pioneer mpj s reeKrt.
Sept. II, 1871.
, . ' it
August 10, 1S71,
,?' ' U'2 tds.
T al Iaw HARRIS, .a
.1 L .Attobsey At Ivy,.
(Office first door South of Standard buifiUlig,)
r- , Raleigh, C.
' Practices inUiQ Courts of Vakoand tefoi
U S. CoramLssioner, and gives epoc-hU at
tention to ; the , arguing of naw : b 1 tlw
Supreme.. Court-of North .Oiroi--.- ..All
business entrusted to him, V v .;ft
prompt attention. ; v -; :
r r. : i : , ''..i. v ". -