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FRANK. I. WILSON, Associate Editor.
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February 2, 1857. "
, JICMEETERS, . CItlSELIX. J. W. HARTIIC
A. M. McPIIEETERS,& CO.
nmWABDlSO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Thomas P. Devereix, Esq., Halifax, N. C.
t-vn W Mordecai, Pres't Bank of the State of N. U
r Dewey, Cashier , ,
V 11. Jones, Cashier Rank of Cape Fear.
L O il. Hrasch, Prcsideut Raleigh aud Gaston Road.
Messrs'. Keid A Soulier,
l)r N. C. Whitehead, r Aorfolk.
Fres't Farmer's B'k of Va. )
MerSpencS'i Reid, Baltimore.
' J$. Blossom A Son, Aew lurk.
September Hi, . 78
Wholesale and Bet il Dealers in
gritisj, &xit anb nuritiui
STAPLE & FANCY
Also, Boots, Skocs, Trunks, 8x
13 SYCAMORE ST., PETERSBURG, VA.
LEWIS c KING,
R. R. Lewis, formerly of Franklin Co., N". C.
Dr. Peyton King, of Pickens Co., Ala.
A. M. Lewis, our authorized agent of Raleigh, N.
June 6, IS.Vi.
J. M. STEVENSON,
For the sale of all kinds of produce. All orders promptly
Oppipr No. 24. North-Water St.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
October 20, lS.K?.
HEARTT & IREDELL,
(Late Jfartt dt Jones,
117ILL, DURING! THE FI EST WEEK IN THIS
W nmnth. remove to the store recently occupied by
llif late Col. Roulhac.
November 1. l5ti. 99 swtf.
KEMP P. BATTLE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fatetteville St., Raleigh, N. C.
Will attend the Courts of W ike and Franklin, and the
Terms of the Supreme and e sral Courts.
July 1. '.Sort. 68 tf.
Sf Register copy.
Barros C. Watsos. Gastox Meares.
GENERAL COMM MISSION MERCHANTS.
34 Burling Slip,
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SALE OF S0U-
thern produce. J.
Dec. 12, 185rt. 7-wtf-
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fatetteville St., Raleigh, N. C.
Will promptly attend to any business intrusted to him
in the United States and State Courts; and with the Ex
ecutive or ot her departments of the State Government.
July 1, 1S56. 6
SIDNEY A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wi!I attend regularly the Courts of Pleas k Quarter Ses
sions of Wake, Johnston, Cumberland and Harnett.
SmithBeld. Feb. 20. 1858. 28- tf.
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOOD,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
RALEIGH, X. C,
Will attend the County and Snperior Courts of Wake,
Johnston, Chatham and New Hanover. He is to be found
at the office formerly occupied by the late Hon. Will. H.
Raleigh, January 8, 1854. 16 wAswRm.
WILLIS L. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office, east side Main- Street, Ac 168.)
ILL PRACTICE IN THE SEVERAL COURTS
of Shelby. Tinton. and Favette. All business en
trusted to his cure will receive prompt attention.
Special attention given to collection oi claims.
February 24, 1857.
. Mitchell. J- R- Whitaker.
MITCHELL & WHITAKEIV
Ralkigii, N." C,
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
KEPT constantly on hnd, the best Family Flour, Ba
con. Lard, Butter, Eggs, Sugar and Coffee, Molasses,
and all kinds of Groceries.
W All orders promptly attended to.
April 17, 1S57. 42 swly.
JAMES H. STRUM,
General Agent and Collector,
OXFORD, N. C.
Joseph H. Gooch, Granville Co., N. C; Hon. A. W. Ven
able, Urownsville, N. C; R. N. 4 D. C. Herndon, Oxford,
C; R. A. Voung, Petersburg, Va.
February 14, 1857. 24 swly.
DR. J. A. GEOGHEGAN,
late op clarksville, ta ,
Has Located in Franklinton, If. C.
March 3, 1857. 29 swly.
Thomas S. Gilliam. Rpbert M. Doklop
GILLIAM &. DUNLOP,
Importers and Dealers iu Iron and Steel,
121, Sycamore St., Petersbcrq, Va.,
A large assortment always on band. Orders respectfully
solicited and promptly attended to.
January 30, 1857. 20 sw8m.
W. J. Houston. W. A. Allen.
HOUSTON & ALLEN,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law.
Kexaksvillk, N. C.
WILL ATTEND THE COUNTY AND SUPERIOR
Court 8 oi Duplin, New Hanover and adjoining Coun
ties, and also the Courts of Wake.
April 4, 1857. 89 swly.
A LOT OF SUPERIOR FAMILY FLOUR
for sale by BROWN 4 WIGGINS.
March 27, 1357. 26 swtf.
Works on Gardening, &c.
"" ANDSCAPE GARDENING ; OR, PARKS
Ja-J and Pleasure Grounds. With practical notes on
country residences, villas, public parks and gardens. Hy
Charles H. J. Smith.
The American Poulterer's Companion. With 120 illus
trations. Ry C. N. Rement.
Schenck's Gardener's Text Book.
Downing's Fruit and Fruit Trees of America.
Dixon A Kerr's Domestic and Ornamental Poultry.
New American Orchardist. By Wm. Keinick.
The American Fanner. By Blake.
American Fruit Cultnrist. By J. J. Thomas.
The American Farm Rook. Ry Allen.
Family Kitchen Gardener. Ry Ruist.
Grain' Tables: Showing the value of bushels and pounds
of different kinds of grain.
American Flower Garden Directory. Ry Robert Ruist.
The Flower Garden. Ry Joseph Ruck.
Johnson's Dictionary of Gardening. Edited by David
Downing's Country Houses.
Downing Landscape Gardening and Rural Architect.
The Fruits of America. Containing 48 richly colored
plates, and full descriptions of all the choicest varieties in
America.. By C. M. llovey.
For sale by
N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, February 23, 1857. 27
TOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
seil loi 0 acres of land, in Johnston County, near
Leachburg. There will be a credit given of one, two, and
three rears, purchaser giving bond with good security.
A. J. LEACH.
Leachburg, April 28 1856. 48 swtf.
JOHN II. DeCARTERET & SON.
RALEIGH, N. C.
4 RE STILL CARRYING ON THE BOOK BINDING
business in all its branches at the old stand over
' Turner's N. C. Bookstore."
Their increased facilities will ennble them to execute the
bindingof Periodicals, Newspapers, M us;c, 4c, with promp
ness and dispatch, at New ork prices.
R.ioks sent to them fro any part of the State, with di
rections, will be b and in any "style desired, boxed and sent
buck without delay. Address
JNO. H. DeCARTERET 4 SON,
Raleigh, N. C.
April 25, ISofi. 45 tf.
North Carolina State Bonds.
WTORTH CAKOLIXA STATE BOND , flood and $500
1 can be obtained front Pulsski Cowper, who is the au
thorized agent of the Company for the sale of Kinds in the
City of Raleigh. These bonds are not (as some have sup
posed) Railroad bonds, but bonds issued by the State of
North-Carolina tor the benefit of the Atlauticand North
Carolina Raihoud Company.
JOHN D. WHITFORD,
President Atlantic ana N. C. R. R.
January 26, 1S."7. 20 swtf.
CANT WELL'S JUSTICE THE NORTH CAR0
LIN.X MAGISTRATE. This is an improvement upon
and designed to take the place of Swaim's Justice. Price
$3 50 postage S6 cents. For sale bv
W. L. P0MEROY.
August 29, 1856. 81
Valuable Land for Sale.
TH E UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE A
tract of superior land, coi.tuiniug about 22 acres, sit
uate on both s'.des of Big Lick Creek, on the Hillsboro and
Fish Dam Road. There is no better land than this in the
State, for the growth of Corn, Wheat. Cotton and Tobacco.
There is on said laud a good two-story dwelling, with seven
roonis, and the necessary outhouses attached. Those wish
in? to purchase had better call suou or thev will lose a bar
gain. CHESLEY JONES.
Nov. 21, 1S56. 1 swtfpdlins.
RUNAWAY APPREHENDED. WAS ATK
EN up and committed to the jail of Randolph county,
N. C, a negro boy who calls himself Henry, andsays that
he belongs to Anderson Willis, of Casweil county, N. C,
that he ranaway from his master at the Yadkin river while
he was on his way to Alabama. Said boy appears to be 17
or 1 8 years old, about 5 feet 7 or R inches in height and
weighs about 13"t or 140 U s., black, and had on when taken
an old wool hat, two coats, one vest, and a pair pants, all
woolen, and a good deal worn. The owner is hereby noti
fied to come forward, prove and identify his negro accord
ing to law and take him away.
J. W. STEED, Sheriff.
November 6th, 1856. 2 6m.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR 185C.
SUBSTANTIAL AND DURABLE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SILVER CUPS AND
Silver Ware. J. C. PALMER.
S. BABCOCK, Dentist,
(Office orer D. C. Murray t Store, nearly opposite the P. O,)
VllTOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITI
W w ZENS of Raleigh and vicinity that he has opened
an office at the above-named place, where he will be pre
pared at all times to perform all operations pertaining to
l entistry in a satisfactory manner at reasonable charges.
Particular attention given to filling and preserving the nat
ural teeth. Also, to the regulation of children's teeth.
Artificial teeth inserted on gold or platiui plates, singly
or in setts, with artificial and continuous gums, in cases
Nov. 13, 18o6. 103
DR. CLOPTONIN FIRMARY.
DR. JAS. CLOPTON, WHO HAS VISITED RA
leigh, and all the principal towns iu Carolina, for sev
eral years, practicing his profession, has permanently loca
ted at Hunlsville, Alabama, where he is prepared to treat,
most vccerfulh,he following diseases, to-wit: Asthma,
Diseases of the Throat, Scrofula, Glandular Swellings, Tu
mors, Scrofulous Cancers, Ulcers on the face, and all dis
eases of the skin, eyes, Ac , arising from an impure slate of
Testimonials of the highest character can be given, from
the most respectable families of Carolina.
All communications must contain a three cent stamp to
pav for the re-tun, letter.
Nov. 25, 1856. 4 SWlf.
Swaim's Justice Revised.
THE NORTH-CAROLINA MAGISTRATE,
a practical guide to the I.aws of the State, and I he de
cisions of the Supreme Court, dinning the duties and juris
diction of Justices of the Peace, under the Revised Code
of 1851'-.)"), together with full instructions, and uumerous
tonus and J'recedents.
EDWARD CANT WELL, Esq., L.L B
One Vol. 8 vo., containing neurly 600 pages, handsomely
printed ou ood paper, and well bound, in Law binding.
Price, $3 50. Postage, 36 cents.
This day published and for sale by
HENRY D. TURNER,
N. C. Book Store.
Raleigh, N. C 1st Aug., 1856. 75
Resumption of Daily Travel,
BY THE "BAY LINE."
THE SPLENDID STEAMER "L0USIANA," CAPT.
G. W. Russell, having been thoroughly overhauled
and renovated, is now plying in connectian with the Sea
board and Roanoke Railroad from Norfolk and Portsmouth,
Va., to Baltimore, Md.
The "LOUISIANA" has elegant and ample State Room and
Berth accommodations, and leaves Portsmouth for Balti
more and the North, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur
days of each week. The staunch steamer, " GEORGIA,"
Ca'pt. S. Pearson, leaves on alternate days.
The favorite steamer "NORTH-CAROLINA," Captain
James Cannon, is now undergoing complete and extensive
improvements ; having new Boiler, Saloon on upper deck,
with additional State Rooms ; making her in every respect
as much like the Louisiana as possible. The North-Carolina
will be upon the line in a few weeks, of which doe no
tice will be given the traveling community. .
Passengers by the BAY LINE, will find it one of the
most agreeable and expeditious routes to the North there
being but one change between Weldon and Baltimore.
Baggage checked from Weldon to Baltimore.
Through Tickets to Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
York, can be had at the office of the Bay Line of E. N. Pe
terson, Agent, Weldon, N. C.
... M. N. FALLS, Presid't.
April 1, 1857. . 87 swim.
Xf Register copy, and forward account to Baltimore
Steam Packet Co., Baltimore, Md.
THE COLOR TYPE,
A New and Beautiful Style of Picture.
ALL AT COPELAND'S NEW GALLERY IN THE
. . 1 n x r i- 1
npper part 01 tne rosi tiuce uuuuiug, idu see me-
Uolor Type (painiea id 011 cumin,; " ujiw
ever seen anything to surpass it, in the way of a " tun pU
Sky-light; splendid cameras, neat and comfortable rooms,
fine pictures, low prices. ' r
So come along without delay,
And get a picture with the pay.
P.'S. Mr. Copeland continues to take Daguerreotype
and Ambrotypes, and paint portraits upon the most mod.
erate terms possible.
Raleigh, October 1, 1856. -1 tJl. ,
gr Signal, Register and Biblical Recorder copy till 1st
RALEIGH, N. C. SATURDAY, MAY 9. 1857.
f EATHER FOR SPRING TRADE, WHOLE
JLA SALE AND RETAIL. We respectfully inform our
friends and the public that we have in store a large and most
excellent Stoct of LeaOter and Finding, for the Spring
Trade, which will sell as low as any other establishment
South of New York, and for less price than they can be had
even there, expenses of travelling, freight, 4c, considered.
All of our purchases having been made from the Impor
ters and Manufacturers by the whole case or package, and
the advantuge of receiving Leather regularly from onr own
Tannery, places it in our power to sell Goods as above stat
ed. Those who wish to bur cannot lose by giving our stock
an examination, and we believe we shall be able to please,
both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate some ot
the leading articles viz:
20 dozen of Crawford's Calf Skins (this maker had the
premium awarded to him at the World's Fair held in
London in 1851.)
40 dozen French Skins, best quality,
40 American Calf Skins,
90 " Lining and Binding Skins,
10 " Morocco Skins,
800 Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Sole Leather,
50 Band Leather,
Lasts, Boot-Trees, Shoe and Boot Maker's Tools of every
kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools.
Also, Sewed Brogans of our own manufacture, warranted
to give satisfaction, and many other articles too numerous
to mention, at No. 21, Old street, opposite B. P. Harrison's
Saddlery. F. A. & R. II. FORD.
N. R. We pay the highest price, in cash for Green and
Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store.
Petersburg, May 5, 1852. tf.
BLANK LAND DEEDS, OF THE LATEST AND
nost approved form, just printed, and for sale at the
Also Writs, Subpoenas, Warrants, ai.d a variety of other
Aug. 25, 1855. 7fl
IIRST PREMIUM I SMUT AND SCREEN
ING MACHINE. YOUNG'S PATENT. IMPORT NT
TO MILLERS AND MILL OWNERS. This Machine re
ceived the first premium at the North Carolina State Fair,
and w as recommended to the public as the best now in use in
the St ate. Seven hundred of them are now runningin orth
Caroliua, all of which are now in ocration and have uiven
the most entire satisfaction, in regard both to performance
and durability, some having run six years and perform as
well now as thev did at first, and have" not been out of order
one day. We have thrown out ten different Smut Machines
to make room for this. They are warranted for five years
aud delivered at the Mill any where iu the State.
Mauufactured and sold by
JNO. A. McMANNA?
South Lowell, Oiango County, . C.
April 1. 1854. I tf
Zr& Cut this advertisement out and keep it.
183T. THIRD MONTH. 1857.
HA1WIL.TON & Git AH AM,
successors to thk latr firms or
Paul & Mcllwaine, and Mcllwaine & Graham,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
No. 60, Sycamore Steeet, Petersbciio, Va.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING BY SHIPS ONTARIO, NEW
World, Ellen Austin, and Albert Gallatin, and by
steamships Africa, Atlantic, City of Washington, and oth
ers, their Spring importations of European Goods, and by
ihe various Steamers and Schooners from the Northern and
Eastern Cities, large supplies of American Manufacture,
which, together, will enable them to offer to the trade an
assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, equal, if
not superior, to any ever exhibited by their predecessors.
Thev would invite particular at tent i n to their large im
portations of low priced Brown and Bleached Cottons of
R. A. HAMILTON.
Late of North-Carolina.
El, WARD GRAHAM,
Late of Mcllwaine & Graham.
Agents for the sale of North-Carolina Cotton Yarns, 4 4
Sheetings and Osnaburgs, aud for geuuine Irish Flax
Threads and Shoe Threads.
March 17, 1857. 33 swl2t.
mTEW BOOKS KNOWLEDGE IS POWER, BY
11 Charles Knight.
History of Texas. By Youkum.
The liills of the Shattemuck. By the author of the
" Wide, Wide World."
Tuckerman's Essays. By H. T. Tuckerman.
Literary Criticism's. By" Horace Binney Wallace, Esq.
Art Scenery in Europe, with other Papers. By Horace
Binney Wallace, Esq.
The Bible in the Woodshnp. By Mears.
Autumnal Leaves. By L. Maria Child.
Auroral Leigh, a New" Poem By Miss Browning.
The Forum. By David Paul Brown.
For sale by W. L. POMEROY.
RALEIGH PAPER MILLS.
TO BE DELIVERED AT THE RAILROAD STA
tioiis or at my warehouse in Raleigh, or they will be
taken from the different stores iu the State. Merchants
and others buving rars will please advise me when they
have a quantity on hand, or will send them to their nearest
Railroad station, as I can still afford to pay the highest
price in cash on delivery from store or at Railroad station,
either in bank bills, checks or Northern funds.
References Cashiers of our Ranks in Raleigh, and the
principal ortn-Uaroiina and irgima .Merchants.
C. W. BENEDICT.
N. R. Constantly on hand paper suitable for Cotton
Factories and newspaper wrappers. Cottou waste wanted.
C. W. B.
Raleiffh, March 17, 1R57. S3
J3 Hillsboro' Recorder, Winston Sentinel, Salisbury
Runner. Dauville (Va.) Republican, Goldsboro' Tribune.
Fayetteville Carolinian, Wilmington Weekly Journal, War-
rcnton News, ewbern Union, a::d Kinston Advocate, each
copy six months and forward bills to meat Kaleigb.
SiTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. A S H F
Countv In Equity. Caleb R. Phillips, vs. John S.
Shoun and Andrew Sboun Original Bill filed Spring
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
above named defendants John and Andrew Shonn are
not residents of. this State : It is therefore ordered that
publication be made in the North-Carolina weekly Standard
for six weeks, that said defendants appear at the" next term
of the Superior Court of Equity, to be held for the County
of Ashe, at the Court House in Jefferson, on the 2d Monday
after the 4th Monday in August next, then and there to
plead, answer or demur to said bill of complaint, otherwise
liidinnent pro confesso will be rendered against them.
Witness, George Bower, Clerk and Master in Equity for
the said County of Asbe, at office the 2d Monday after the
4 til Monday in February, iso.
GEORGE BOWER, C. M. E.
April 7th, 1857- 117a w6w.
mTEW BOOKS.- THE STAR CLOUD; BY A. S.
1!W Roe, author of I've been Thinking; To Love and be
LENA RIVERS, by Mrs. Mary J. Holmes, author of
Tempest and sunshine.
THE ARCTIC EXPLORATION and Discoveries during
the Nineteenth Century; being detailed accounts of the Ex
peditions conducted by Ross, Parry, Rack, Franklin, Mc-
Clure, and the Grmnell and Kane Expedition ; by Samuel
AUTUMNAL LEAVES; being Tales and Sketches, in
prose and verse; bv u. Maria I'luld.
THE AMERICAN CITIZEN ; by Bishot Hopkins. At
HOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED. WORTH READ-
MlM ing. Literary Criticism, by Horace Binney Wallace.
Art Scenery in Europe, aud "other Papers ; by Horace
Viofet ; or the Cross and the Crown ; by Miss Mcintosh.
Aurora Leigh ; a Poem, by Elizabeth Barret Browning.
Chesterfield's Letters to his Son ; new edition.
John Halifax, Gentleman. At
CHINESE SUGAR CANE. AND SUGAR MA
king; its history, culture, and adaptation to the cli
mate, soil, and economy of the United States, with an ac
count of various processes of manufacturing Sugar; drawn
from authentic sources, by Charles F. Stansburv, A. M.
Price 25 cts. At POMEROY'S.
Raleigh, April 7, 1857. 86 sw.
Hovel for Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING SERVED THE PUB
LIC 30 years in the capacity of landlord, and wishing
to retire, offers his Hotel for sale.
ThisjHotel, situated near the Court House, on Main Street,
800 yards North of the N. C. R. R Station, contains, in ad
dition to Parlor, Hall, and large Dining Room, 27 comfort
able Bed Rooms, all (5 excepted,) have tire-places ; also, in
process of Completion, 7 other Bed Rooms. On the premi
ses are all necessary outbuildings, 2 wells, ice house, Ac.
Persons desirous of purchasing valuable property would
do well to call soon, as I am determined to sell. Terms easy.
J. P. MABRY, Proprietor.
- Lexington, N. C, Feb. 27, 1858. 28 swtf.
PIANOS ON TRIAL PAYMENT WITHHELD
We propose to purchasers of Piano Fortes to take our
Instruments on trial in order to test what we say of their
quality before paying for them.
Twenty years experience on our part satisfies our own
minds, and we could get over fifteen hundred persons to
unite with us in the opinion, that no establishment, North
or South, can possibly furnish better or cheaper instru
ments than we do. r.. , . . P. NASH., .
Nor. 14, 1856. ' , , 108 w.
GREENSBOROUGH MUTUAL LIFE. IN
SURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. This Com
pany offers inducements to those wishing to effect Insur
ances for life, rarely presented by similar institutions.
Those who take Policies of Insurance for Life, and those
only, are Members of die Company entitled to such profits
as may be realized from an accumulated Premium Fund,
and from the large amount of Deposits in the Trust De
partments of the Company, which are kept astively em
ployed. Policies of Insurance issued on the applicants' own life,
or on the lives of slaves, for a year, or term of years, at a
moderate rate ot premium.
Deposits of money received in the Trust Department
the operation of which is that of a Saving't Bank and the
depositors allowed interest at the rate of 3 per cent, per
annum for any time not exceeding four months ; 4 per cent,
over four and not exceeding six months ; and 5 per cent,
for any time over six months.
Pamphlets containing full and particular information
forwarded to any required address.
U. f. W1K, Sec B Treat.
Greensborough, N. C. September 1, 1854. 87 Iy.
REVISED CODE, PRICE 4 00. " POSTAGE
when sent by mail 45 cents. For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Also, the Revised Code interleaved. ' A few copies only
in this form remaining. $ 5 50.
W. L. P. keeps also constantly on hand Jones Digest,
Eaton's Forms, Iredell on Executors, and Law Books gen
erally, particnlarly those required to be read for County
and Superior Court License.
January 17, l&jii. 17
N. C. MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTH CAR
olina Mutual Insurance Company, held on the 14th
inst. the following persons were elected Directors aud Offi
cers for the ensuing year:
Henry D. Turner, Raleigh.
J. R.Williams, do.
T. H. Selbv, do.
C. W. D. Hutchings, do.
Kemp P. Battle, do.
George Little, do.
James M. Towles. do.
James E. Hovt, Washington
Alex. Mitchell, Newbern.
Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington
John M. Jones, Edenton.
W. W. Grifmi, Elizabeth City.
F. F. Fagan, Plymouth.
J. W. Harrell, Murfreesboro.
H. B. Williams. Charlotte.
Geo A.Smith, Milton.
O. F. Long, Hillsboro.'
Joseph White, Anson County.
Josh. Bouer, Sulem,
A T. Sumniv. Asheville.
OFFC'ERS OF THE COMPAN t.
T. II. Selby, President.
H. I). Turner, Vict President.
John H. Bryan, Attorney.
Uamden S. Smith, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. H. Selby, ex officio. )
John R. Williams, Executive Oommittoe.
C. W. D. Hutchings, J
This Company has been in successful operation over 10
years, and continues to take risks upon all classes of pro
perty in the State, (except Steam Mills and Turpentine Dis
tilleries,) upon favorable terms. Its Policies now cover
property amounting to $4,S37,649, a large portion of which
is in country risks ; and its present capital is over Seven
Hundred Thousand Dollars, in bonds, properly secured.
The average cost of Insurance upon the plan ofthis Com
pany has been less than one third of one per cent, per an
num, on all grades of property embraced in its operations.
All communications in reference to ii urauce should be
addressed tc the Secretary, post paid.
HAMDEN S. SM TH, Seo'y.
Raleigh, Jan. 20, 1857. IS
Office N. C. Mutual Insurance Co. )
Rabkigh, January 20, 1857. j
IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACTION OF THE AN
NUAL Meeting of the N. C. M. I. Company, held on
the 14th inst., the Board of Directors, at a meet in g on the
15th inst., levied an assessment of 1 percent on all unex
pired Premium Notes in the office on the 1st day of July,
1S56; and an assessment of per cent on all unexpired
Premium notes in the office on the 28th dav of July 1856.
HAMDEN S. SMITH, Sec'y.
W. J. Bbowx. J. W. Wiggiks.
BROWN & WIGGINS
No. 46, Fayetteville Street,
(Opposite the Post Office,)
BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE
just returned from the Northern Cities, and have re
ceived and are now opening a large and well selected stock
of Goods, all entire., new, and purchased on the most fa
vorable terms. Being new beginners, with a stock of new
Goods, and also being determined to sell as cheap as the
cheat est, they hope to deserve and to receive a liberal pat
ronage. They will take pleasure in showing their Goods
to customers, and those desiring to purchase are invited to
call and examine for themselves.
Out Stock embraces a large and beautiful assortment of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS,
UMBRELLAS, GROCERIES, 4c.
March 14, 1857. 32
RANAWAY FROM THE SUBSCRIBERS, IN JANU
ary, 156, a negro ma:i named SOWELL, purchased
by us from W. F. Askew, of Raleigh, who purchased him
from Madison Hodge. Said boy is nbout six feet high, and
weighs 180 pounds; is 23 years old ; has no marks recol
lected except a ringworm on his face ; has a wife at Jacob
Terrell's, in Wake county, and is supposed to be lurking
iu that neighborhood. A reward of fiiiHJ will be given for
the apprehension and delivery of said boy to us, or for his
confinement in any jail so that we get him again ; and 100
will be paid for poof sufficient to convict any one of harbor
ing bim. Address SOUTUERLAND k POWELL,
Wilmington, N. C.
February 18, 1857. 23 wAswtf.
THE LARGE AND EXCELLENT FARM, KNOWN
as the Caddo Place ; containing two thousand eight
hnndred (2, Sou) acres ; about itOo acres cleared land, and
the balance will timbered, und the whole mostly rich al
luvial bottom. On the farm is a good and substantial two
story brick house, double brick kitchen, brick smoke house,
a good double roomed frame house, together with a black
smith shop, and wagon making shop, and negro quarters
sufficient to accommodate fifty or seventy-five hands. There
is also on the place a good cotton gin house, and Press, and
an excellent horse mill, and cribs, burns and stables. The
Caddo river meanders through the whole length of the.
tract. There is a well of never failing and excellent water
in the house yard, with milk house attached, and a splen
did garden lot. There are several good springs on the place,
and a very bold Chalybeate spring about 600 yards from
the houve. The Military Road, the great western thorough
fare to Texas, runs by the house. This is one of the 1 ichest,
and most desirable places in south-western Arkansas. It
is situate about four miles iroin Arkadelphia, the county
town of Clark county.
Also, one thousand two hundred (1,200) acres in another
farm, lying in Dallas county Arkansas, on the Ouachita
River, a navigable stream, partly bottom, and partly up
land, with sixty or seventy acres opened. Tt e attention of
persons intending to settle iu Arkansas is invited to these
Also, one thousand and forty (1040) acres, of superior
Black lands, situated in Clark county, immediately on the
Cairo and Fulton Railroad Line, and" six miles from water
navigation, 400 acres of this tract cleared land.
Also, nine hundred (000) acres ; lying in Clark county,
about half bottom, and half uplands, nine miles from water
navigation, and four miles from Rail Road line. One hun
dred (100) acres of this tract opened land.
Also, one thousand three hundred and forty (1340) acres,
lying in Clark county, half rich bottom, and 25 acres opeb
ed, and the balance good upland.
Also, one thousand eight hundred (1800) acres, lying in
Clark county, 100 acres opened; mostly rich bottom lands,
aud not subject to inundation.
All the above lands are finely Timbered and Watered.
For further particulars apply to.
. W. F. S BARKMAN,
Jan. 27, 1857. ID 1 .
PERRY k BASON WOULD RESPECTFULLY MAKE
known that they are uo longer associated.
April 14, 1857. 40 swim.
REV. C. B. TAYLER'S WORKS, IN NINE VOL
nmes, 12 mo. Each volume sold separate.
Mark Wilton; or the Merchant's Clerk.
Earnestness; .or Incidents in the Life of an English
Lady Mary ; or Not of the World.
Margaret; or The Pearl.
Records of a Good Man's Life, '
Seooes in a Clergyman's Life.
Thankfulness; or Passages, from the Diary of the Rev.
Angel's Song. A Christmas Token.
' Christmas at Old Court. . . .
For sale by H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, April 14, 1857.
GREENSBOROUGH MUTUAL INSURANCE CO"
At the end of Three Years, such has been the care and
-economy of the officers of this Company, that we are stilt
free from debt ; hare made no assessments and hare now
such a large Capital in cash and notes, that we have no hes
itation in saying to the public, that there is no safer Com
pany in the Southern Country. The most of the Risks in
this Company being in the Western part of the State, where
the danger lroni fire is much less.
At the last annual Meeting the following officers were re-
JAMES SLOAN, President
S. G. COFFIN,. Vice President
C, P. MENDENHALL, Attorney.
PETER ADAMS, Sec'y A Treasurer.
W. H. CCMMING, Gen. Agent.
DIRECTORS. James Sloan, Dr. J. A. Mebane, C. P.
Mendenball, Wm. S. tonkin. Rev. C. F. Deems, James M.
Garret, Jed H. Lindsav. W. J. McConuel. E. W. Ogburn, J.
L. Cole, D. P. Weir, Greensborough ; E F. Lilly, Wades
borough, Dr. S. G. Coffin, Jamestown; Joshua Tayloe,
Washington ; Wm. A. Wright, Wilmington ; John I. Sha
ver, Salisbury ; John H. Cooke, Fayetteville; H.G.Spruill,
Plymouth ; Robert E. Troy, Lumberton ; Dr. R. H. Scales,
Lenox - istle.
All ci 'timunications should be directed to the Secretary
free of . osfage. PETER ADAMS Sec'y.
Aug. 16. 1854. 75tf
ORANGE HOTEL. THE SUBSCRIRERS HAV
ING purchased the above Hotel of R. Nichols, Esq.,
are now repairing and refurnishing, and will speedily have
it completed in such a manner as to give satisfaction to all,
even the most fastidious. They intend it for a first class
House. Its situation being on King street, which is the
principal thoroughfare to and from the Deport of the N. C.
Railroad, and by far the handsomest street in the town, of
fers inducements to the visitor; and sojourner which cannot
be found elsewhere in the place. Our rooms, table and sta
bles will accommodate both man and horse, with the most
We shall keep no bar.
Families and persons wishing to spend the Summer in
this delightful country, will find rooms especially adapted
to their convenience.
We hope to receive what we are determined to merit, a
liberal share of patronage,
H. C. STROUD k CO.
Hillsboro', N. C, June 20, 18 56. 72 swtf.
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILWAY.
Change of Schedule to connect with the North
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE 16TH INST., THE
trains will leave aud arrive at Raleigh (N. C. R. R.
Depot) as follows:
Express No. 1 , leave Raleigh at 5 o'clock, A. M.,
Arrive at Weldon 11.28, A. M.
Leave Weldon at 1, P. M.,
Arrive at Raleigh 6, P. M.
Express No. 2, leave Raleigh 5, P. M.,
Arrive at Weldon 10, P. M.
" Leave Weldon 1 1, P. M,
Arrive at Raleigh 4, A. M.
Passengers going North will reach Weldon over this line
more than two hours ahead of the line via Goboro'.
Breakfast and Supper at Franklinton.
JAMES M. POOL,
T. Agent R. k G. R. R. Co.
March 17, 1857. 33 -
tf&4 REWARD. RANAWAY ON THE NIGHT
!90 'f the Uth inst., my boy HARDY. The said
bo- is about five feet ten inches" high, is of a light copper
color, has straight black hair, bis front uppe. teeth are
somewhat opeu, and he is clear spoken. He had on when
he left, a black frock-coat ; also, be had on a low crown
wool bat with a broad ribbon on it. He will probably go
into South-Carolina, as he was last seen on the road to
Cheraw. I will pay the above reward to any person that
will return him to me, or place him so that I can get him.
Wadesboro', April 21, 1857. 43 swtf.
SHIPPERS OFSPRlNG GOODS.
Take Notice I
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
abb forwarding dailt via
RAILROAD AND STEAMER ROUTES,
FROM ALL THB NORTHERN CITIBS.
3F No Obstruction of any Aature whatever. mfiFi
BOSTON, NEW YORK,
AND ALL THK PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THB NORTH, AT
MAIL SPEED I
A.VP AT TUB USUAL SATES.
For further information, inquire of the undersigned, at
No. 59, Fayetteville street.
WM. WHITE, Jr., Agent.
Raleigh, February 24, 1857. 27 swtf.
Valuable Land for Sale in Carteret County,
North-Carolina, near Beaufort.
WILL BE SOLD AT AUGUST COURT NEXT, IN
the town of Beaufort, a valuable tract of land ly
ing iu Carteret county, ten miles from Beaufort, on the New
bern road, on Core creek, und about eight miles from Caro
lina City by water. The land has on it a good house with
six rooms, and all necessary outhouses all nearly new.
There are three acres of old land under fence, and about
twenty-four of new, and thirty ditched. The track contains
three hundred and twenty acres. Prof. Emir.on's Report
shows that land like this of mine is the most valuable ofany
kind for corn.
Persons wishing to purchase, can address me at Charles
ton, S. C, and those who wish to see the land can do so by
calling on Mr. David Dickerson, who lives near it, and will
show it to them.
There is a fine place on it for a brick yard, the clay being
excellent for the purpose.
The purchaser, if it is wished, can purchase stock and all
with the land. There is a good range for cattle. Posses
sion will be given at any time.
Charleston, S. C, 9th Feb., 1857. 26 swtf.
LIST OF LETTERS
EMAINING IN THE POST OFFiCE AT RALEIGH,
till U1SL Ul 1111, lO'li,
Allen, Vine A
Browning, U R 2
Benton, Miss J A
Bristol, Mrs II
Biisbee, F M 8
Bell, Miss F
Battle, C C
Booker, P P
Cox, T S
Campbell, Miss S
Comstock, Hon G F
Crenshaw, D S
Denton, N U
Franklin, S F
Foy, C D N
Green, N B
Green, J S
Green, Dr W J
Jones, S T W
Jacobs, A H
.tones, R M
, lones, T H
Cernndle, R W
vimball, E A
iouie, El Doro Mme
, April 1. 1857.
jLewis, Dr G C
IMurray, Dr M M
: Morgan. E
jMorgan, S W
jNichols, R W
INewby, W H
jOverton, A B
iOutlaw, Hon D
jPage, W C
I Parks, H B
iPrigden, B W
; Rogers, W
SpragUn, A V 8
jSleele, Mrs J
iStrcet, H A
jStevena, M A
jSampson, S J
ITrawick, J W
(Thomas, D H
Trolinger, Mrs J B
Utley, J J
jUtley, M E
White, A J
! Williams k House
IWalker, HA -
IWood, Rer A
i Wilson, J
jW illiams, H H
iToung, H P
i Yates? T
Young, J R
WHITE, P. M.
lotiee to the Justices of the Peace for Wake
4T FEBRUARY TERM OF OUR COUNTY COURT
a tax was laid of 25 cents on each taxable slave for the
1 Jtrpose of paying a patrol for the County. As this abject
as acted upon without time for reflMtinn.it u
the Justices appear on Monday of May Court for the
iturnoaeof nmntMarinir th. m.t '
. ' 'MANY ST.AVB nfcirviron ' '
Apru o 100M i"" -- V
man St6fe, c--iWWT
X ' "II. vv fMlSMBn
WW a v J j i'r'Jn iwn trtirifiRSlfl) OF
FEB for Small Store." or Offer for Caudles,' or
oner tor sait-water Soap, or "liner ior. b-w"
Blaek Pepper,", na the cal be, trill be Meirad
at this bureau until 8 o'clock, a. nu, on the 18th day T;
next, for furnishing and delivering, (on receiving twenty
day's notice,) at the United States navy yards at Charles
town, Massachusetts: Brooklyn, New York andGosport
Virginia, such quantities only of the following articles (ex
cepting the salt-water soap and the candles, for each of
Mvnnnaala attd contracts will be made) as
. . . . . ' . J If , . Hll
mar be requiredor ordered from the contractor by the chief
of this bureau, or by tba rtpectiTe commanding officers f
the said nary yards, during the fiscal year ending 30th Jun
1858. tit" ' - - . M
Boxes, sharingrindln rnbber.Combs, "comfse, , indla nrbber
- or jrut". p"
Combs,- -fine, india rubber or.
Grass for hatr
Jack-knire8-ri" f; 1' Viyl
Razors, in single eaies . -, f ,
Scissors t- J
B rushes, etothesr " '
Buttons, nary rest
Buttons, nary medium
Buttons, nary coat
Beeswax, in fb. cakes, pureSpoons,
niacKing, ooxesot , l-
Cotton. spools of nos. 12 and 16, 900 yards each, 8 cords,
equal parts . . .'1
Handkerchiefs, cotton, fast colore, 82 by 80 inches, weight
not less than 2 ox. each, texture 8 by 8 to inch.- :.,r-;
Needles, sewing, Nos. 1, 2, 8 and 4, drill-eyed, betweens
Ribbon, bat, best French black, 12 yards to the piece ; x
width, 1J inch
Soap, shaving, n cakes ; each cake not less than 2 ox -Silk,
sewing, blue-black; wrapper not to exceed 2 ot to 1
the ponnd ,-;;
Thread, black and white, Marshall's best quality '
Tape, white linen, 4 yards in length, inch wide ' ' 71 '
Tape, black, twilled cotton, 6 yards in length, inch ;
wide . .
Thimbies 8-10 and 9-10 diameter.
Whits salt-water soap. Separate bid fur 150,000 U.
The soap must be manufactured from cocoa-nut oil. and
be of the best quality denominated " white salt-water soap," f
aud be delivered on sixty days' notice, in good strong box
es of about 75 pounds each, and, after inspection, the boxes '
must be hooped at each end, at the expense of the contrao . ,
tor. The price to be uniform at all the yards.
CA.HDi.ua separate bid for 1,Wi poundt. ,
The candles most be American manufactured, of prima .
loaf lard afearine, six candles to the pound, 8 1-10 inches in '
lengh, exclusive of tip, six candles No. I, to weigh not less -than
1 4 ounces 87-100 : melting point not to be less than 140
degrees Fahrenheit. The wick must be braided, and com- .
posed of 78 cotton threads of the best quality of No. 27
yarn. The candles to be delivered on sixty day's notice, in
good boxes, containing about 30 pounds each, and the box -to
be marked with the contractor's name and the weight of
the candles. " '
Mpstard Seed, Black Pepper, kc. .
Separate bids for all that may be required for the use of -the
navy to be delivered at New York only.
Mustard seed, American, brown
Pepper, black, Malabai
Bottles, octagon, for mustard and pepper
Corks, for bottles.
All the foregoing articles must be of the best quality, and
conformable in all respects to the samples deposited at said
navy-yards and in this bureau, and snbject to such inspec
tion at the navy-yard where delivered as the chief of tbe bu
reau may direct, the inspecting officer to be appointed by
the Navy Department.
AH tbe articles to be delivered free of any incidental ex- .
pense to tbe government, in proper vessels or packages, and
the price of each article most be the same at the respective
places of delivery, Packages in which the above articles
are delivered must be marked with their contents and name
of the contractor, and be sufficient to insure their temporary
safe-keeping ' ' .
The contractor must establish agencies at such stations
other than bis residence, that no delay may arise in furnish,
ing what may be required ; ana when the contractor wr agent
fails promptly to comply with a requisition, the Chief of the
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing sVall be authorized to
direct purchases to be made to supply the deficiency, under
the penalty to be expressed in the contract; the record of a
requisition, or a duplicate copy thereof, at the Bureau of
Provisions and Clothing, or at either of the navy-yards afore
said, shall be evidence that such requisition has been made
and received. -
Two or more approved sureties, in a sanreqnal to the es
timated amount of t be contract, will, be required, and twen
ty per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount
o'f all payments on account thereof as collateral security, to
secure its performance, and not in any event to be paid until
it is in all respects complied with ; eighty per centum of the ,
amount of all deliveries made will be paid by the naTy agent '
within thirty days after bills, duly authenticated, shall have ' -been
presented to him.
Biank forms of proposals may be obtained on application
to tbe navy agents at Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Boa
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Pensaco
la, and at this bureau. " '
A record, or duplicate of tbe letter informing a bidder of .
the acceptance of his proposal, will be deemed a notification
thereof, within the meaning of the act of 1846, and his bid
will be made and accepted in conformity with this under,
Everv offer made must be accompanied (as directed in the '
act of Congress making appropriations for the naval service ..
for 1846-'47, approved 10th August, 1846) by a written guar
antee, signed bv one or more responsible persons, to the ef-
feet that be or they undertake that tbe bidder or bidders ,
will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation
within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, to furn-.
ish the supplies proposed. The bureau will not be obligated
to consider any proposal unless accompanied by tbe guaran
tee required by law : the competency of the guarantee to ha
certified by the navy agent, district attorney, or the collec
tor of the port.
The attention of bidders it called to the samples and deterip- .
tion of articles required, at in the inspection oefore reception,
a just but rigid comparison will be made between the article!
ijfercd and the samples and contract, receiving none that fall
below them ; and their attention is tilso particularly directed
to the joint resolution of Zlth March, 1854, and to the act of
the i3th August, 1846.
April 17, 1857. 4181 w4w.
Read I Read I Important New Political Work.
rfcmE UNDERSIGNED PROPOSES TO ISSUE, ON
M. the 1st day of June next, a Political Text Book, or
Encyclopedia, containing everything necessary for tbe dis
cussion, either on the hustings or in the press, of any politi- -eal
question which may be brought forward. Amongst "
other things, it will contain the Articles of Confederation, "l
the Constitution, the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of
'98 and '99, the Ordinance of 1787, the various Party Plat-
forms for the last twenty years, the 1'artford Convention , .
Platform, the Know Nothing Ritual, the Missouri Comoro- ' .
mise of 1820, the various Laws organizing Territorial Gov- '
emments since the foundation of the Government, inclu
ding the Kansas and Nebraska Act, the decision of the Su
preme Court in the Dred Scott case, copies of every enact
ment of Congress since the foundation of tbe Government, ,
which is tbe subject of discussion, tbe Congressional record
of votes tn the same, classified ; extracts from important -Political
Speeches or Letten. pertinent to present issues, ,
the Inaugural Address of Mr. Buchanan ; an abstract of tha
laws of each State regulating suffrage, and providing against , .
the immigration of foreign paupers aud convicts; eiuigra- ,
tiou statistics. In fact, it will be an omnium gathtrutn ot ' '
everything of political importance necessary to the discus
sion of tbe issues at present dividing, or likely to divide
parties in the United States. . -,..!
Whilst the Undersigned is an ardent and unswerving; :
Democrat, he intends to make this book a complete Politi
cal Encyclopedia, unbiassed in its preparation by party tors
judices, so that it will be s book of reference for men of ail ..
It will be printed in the best style, conveniently Indexed,
snd handsomely bound, and will be forwarded to 8nbseri ''
bers at $3 per copy, in advance, free of postage, .
Persons taking an interest in obtaining Subscribers will ,
be entitled to one copy of tbe work for every fifteen subscri
bers they obtain. - it ' : -: ;
Editors to whom this Circular is sent, publishing it once
a week until the day of publication, will be allowed s copy '
of the worit gratis.
A liberal per centage allowed on orders from Book Mer
Address MICHAEL W. CLUSKEY,
Box No. 116, Post Office, Wash ugton City, D. C. -.;
Refers to Hon. J. Glancr Jones, if Pa.; Bon. A. E. '
Maxwell, of Fla.; Hon. H. C Burnett. . f Ky.; Hon. J. A. v
Quitman, of Miss. ; Hon. John Kelly, ol N. Y. ; Hon. T. J, ,
Marshall, of III.; Hon. S. A. Smith and J. V Wright, of
Tenn. ; Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Va. ; Hon. J. W. Denver, :'
of Cal. ; Hon. J. E. Stewart, of Md. ; H- n. W. W. Boyca, of ?
S. C. ; Hon. J. L. Seward, of Ga, and the Members of Con- :
April 17, 1857. ' ' "42 tlJ. '
NEW COPPER ESTABLISHMENT. , . '
HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN RALEIGH, i
I would respectfully inform my friends, and tbepab- -;
lie generally, that I continue to manufacture all kinds of ..;
Copper, Brass, and Sheet Iron Work, Turpentine Stills,
Pumps, Ac; Ac, Ac - .
All k:nds of repairing done promptly, faithfully, and on "
the most reasonable terms. . . , -.1
Old Cktpper bought at the very highest price,
if v., -, . . ; H. J. HESSELBACR.., . ,
March 81, 1857. ' X " . .. , 87 ew8m.
Read and be convinced that Dr. Clapton's medicinm art op if
,f predated by those who try them. : '
' Matbsxtok, Newberry Dist., 8. C I'
t . J " -, Maich Sr8th. 1857. ' I
A CtoPTOK, M, li.i-Dear Sir. You will lad ,
cucwbcu in mis iener one nunarad dollars, to pay lor wm,
It Smith's Iwir f A:-1 m . . :if J 1
Smith's box of Medicine, for which von wilfplei
eareowpt., , ; .. Yours respectfully, v
- ., ,;, .., DAVID GROSSLY. If.,,
: April 21, J87.. 8-sw8t; -
OCKET-BOOK FOUND. WAS PICKED CP """
a few daramnn ih cars between Mitrhnant'a and-tn-.-
GoMsboro', a smaU black pockeMook or nortmeuie, co. rjfistfi,
taining some valuables. -. The owner can have it by apply-, f . ?,
ing to the Sheriff of Johnston county, at Smithfield ; and bj "l - '
Paris far D&m aJwftfaaMsat; - -- - r"f