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. ' PROSPECTUS OF
THB WESTERN: SBNTINELS .
-t A DEMOCRATIC AND FAMILY JOURNAL. ;
OUCrTED BY MANY CITIZENS OF FORSYTH
CTandl surrounding Coueties tbe undersigned propose
to publish in thetown of Winston, North Carolina,
"Weekly Newspaper under the above titls. ,
ThelnciwmjTpubltcnteresU of our Mctaa, end
Western Caroluia generally j tbe enlarged W"''0"
the riding pobKefaml the demand f- re
Iheseatutopr County government, "J
toblishtuentut Winston of a journal of the character pro-
P0The-RKSKw;wwiU be devoted M
ntui Republican Principle, ."SX
- .11 tbe interests of the people. It will be. the
publisher to render it arepoaitory of pleaamg profiU
tie reading, a faithful record of events, .and an agreeable
TrAoKTh National and State, it
wi HvTeld . unwavering support to democratic measares,
md r & Democrat c cause jsusn-
in to the height ot its ability the principles of the Balti
n"ffre Den.oc.ie platform of 'iMW. as agreed P.
, Party, and sanctioned by a large majority of the American
ftLt tbe recently organized K l"""
Native American " movement, the vnW will take de
rided and .,mx,uivocal ground ; ??S
relicious test aa qualification for public office, at wwnce
wiKleTerai.d spirit of the Constitution, opposed to
eVery Principle of Republicanism and worthy only the g
"orancSeand'iutolerance of a darker ; aga .Act, ng from
firm conviction that honesty, capability, end fidelity to the
Station f aside from political principle,) are sufficient
m SSe tea to'cSSidrte. foV office under a Republic, form
internment, we shall oppose any organization whether
: or openthat seeks to -eato a barner between the
native and adopted citixen, or to deprive eithcrof the rights
and privileges enjoyed under the Constitution and Laws, as
tbcv stand. In short, our position and sentiment upon this
subject wiU be: PaiKCiPi-not birth-place; Mjusdbks-
TWpcr will be devotedly attached to theUnion of the
States, wnlle maintaininga jwlons guardianship of their in
SividmU rights : advocating as the on,I??nhe?lnce
neructuitv of the Union, a strict and faithful adherence,
SX a Wumstences, to the Federal Constitution. j
" With the increased mail facilities afforded bythe comple
tion of the North Carolina Railroad, and the fdtag of a
daily arrival, the Sentinel will contain the latest and most
reliable intelligence. , .
Especial care and attention will be bestowed upon the
Editorial Department ; and with the assistance of ictelu-.
gent corresponaenis, n is uopeu mat mciiSiu f"
the publication may form a pleasing and attractive eature.
u'i.:i. .v. ..r, nr iha sntinpl " noon all subiects, will
uiic a.uo Mruv
h fearless and independen , its columns will be entirely
free from the low slang and billingsgate rhetoric 30 con
spicuous in some of the political journals of tbe day.
The first number will be issued in the month of April
"'The " Sentinel " will be printed weekly, from new type,
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advance : two dollars and a half after six montas, or three
dollars after the close of the subscription year. To any
one procuring ten subscribers, and paying the cash in ad
vance, the paper will be furnished one year, j-
- December 1 A, 1855. ')
Prospectus of the " Southern Sentinel,"
A Democratic and Miscellaneous Journal, to be Pub'
lithed Weekly, at ItYiuon, K C.
THE EXISTING COXDITIOX OF POLITICAL PAR
TIES, and of partizsn strife, natually suggests thee
tablishing of such a journal as the " Solthkbs Skstinki.
purposes to become. The present, indeed, is a crisis in our
political history, never witnessed before. The Constitution
has been invaded ; the laws trampled and spat npon ; religi
ons liberty assailed j ballot boxes broken and burnt ; the
landmarks of onr political ancestry partially effaced; the
wisdom derived from a time-honored experience unseated ;
trance and questionable men have been pufhed into high
positions; and fanaticism, unchained from its axe and its
faggot piles in tne ona, is neara 10 nowi aiuuiig u m me
outh. These evils, so lar as its numoie amiuies snaii
THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL
will endeavor to arrest. It will endeavor to inculcate a
reverence for the laws as they exist, and for the Constitu
tion, as it has been interpreted by the wise men of the past
and by the Fathers of the Democratic faith. It will defend
not only political, bnt rkligiocs liberty, and will do battle
gainst every political heresy that may appear, whether
hatched in caves or culverts, or open convention.
The Ssstikkl will also, to relieve the monotony of poli
tics, devote space to literary topics, original aud selected,
aa well as to miscellaneous subjects, which shall include
Agricultural and the latest Commercial intelligence. In
brief, no efforts nor expenses will be spared to make the
Sentinel one of the most useful and efficient journals in the
The first number of the Sentinel will be issued about
the first of the next month, and sent to subscribers at the
rate of 3 per annum : $2 50 at the end of six months, and
$3 at the end of the year. Discount made in behalf of clubs,
who shall take five, ten or more copies. '
J. F. KEENAN, Ewtor.
- Jan.17.18S6. ' 17
Office N. C. R. R. Company, 1
Sausbubt, Jan. 31, 1856. f
. NORTH-CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Schedule for Mail Train on and after Thursday,
the 31st day of January, 1856.
Leave Goldsboro', at
Arrive at Raleigh, at ...
- Hillsboro', ...
" Jamestown, . .
Salisbury, 2.37 "
Concord 4.4a "
Charlotte, 6.04 "
Leave Charlotte, at 5.00 P. M.
Arrive at Concord, at
1.28 A. M.
THEODORE S. GARNETT,
Sup't.N. C. Rail Road
JTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, WARREN
5 COUNTY. Warren Court of Equity, October Term,
1855. Petition for sale of real estate. James W. Jordan,
Lucy Barrow, James O. White and wife Tabitha, Elizabeth
Wiggins, Susan M. Whitehead, Lucy F. Wiggins, James T.
Wiggins, John W. Wiggins, and William R. Wiggins, chil
dren of Mary Wiggins and John Wiggins, and Haywood T.
Renn and wife raucy, aud William H. Strum vs. Marcel
lus Jordan. Elizabeth Hayes, Rnfus Strum, Ben. Norwood,
and Mary J. Strum, John J. Strum, Elizabeth Strum and
Thomas B. Strum, children of BurchetL. Strum and Wil
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the de
fendants, Marcellus Jordan, Elizabeth Hayes, Rufus Strum,
and Ben. Norwood, in the above cause, are non-residents of
this State : It is ordered that publication be made for six
weeks,tfor the said defendants to be and appear at the term
of our Court of Equity, to be held for the County of War
ren, at the Coort House in Warrenton, on the third Mon
day after the fourth Monday in March next, then and there
to answer, plead, or demur to' the said bill, otherwise the
-same will be taken pro confetto and heard txjnrte as to
Witness : C. M. Cook, Clerk and Master of said Court of
Equity, at office, in Warrenton, the tnird Monday after the
fourth Monday in September, 1855.
CM. COOK, C. M. E.
January 11, 1858. 1107 w6w.
1TATE OF- NORTH CAROLINA, WAKE
COTOTT, In Eqmty. Elijah Winston, Adm'r, w.
William H-Ward, Jno. J. Ward and others,
i, -Whereas, Elijah. Winston has filed his bill of. complaint
in onr Court of Equity against John ' J. Ward and others,
and has made oath that Wm. H. Ward and John J. Ward
re non-residents of this State, but are residents of tha
State of Tennessee.
( This, therefore, is to notify the said John J. Ward and
Wm. H. WnrdL wherever they may be, to be and appear at
our Court of Equity, to be held at the Court House, in the
ij. eity of Raleigh, on the 1st Monday after the 4th Monday
in March next, to plead, answer or demur to the said bill
' of complaint, or the same will be taken pro oonfato as to
' them, and a decree made accordingly.
Aiven under mr hand this 18th Fehrnnnr ia
-7- ... n , IV"W
G. HAYWOOD, C.4M.E.
rrrwv- - VDvGH A N It
jriARDEN sbeiw. .ww sav l?
W Genuine, growin o jooo, nir v -, .
TURNER, B)okselr, RiiraH, N. C. , 'y;ir
WhWe, i V:
Brown, ' . . -. . . , .
(Silver Skinned, or White,
Large Yellow StrasDurg,,.
top or Button Onion, .
White Portugal, . . .
Yellow Dutch, ' ,
Dan vers Yellow, 1 new.j
Early Red, extra
Curled, or Double,
Plain or Single, .
Hollow Vfrowneu, ui v.oj,
Landreth's Extra Early,
Early May Ac,
Bishop's Dwarf Prolific,
Dwarf Blue Imperial,
Roval Dwarf Marrowfat,
Rarlr Chamnion of England,
Large White Marrowfat,
Tomato, or Flat,
Cayenne, or Lonpt
Common Field, or Cheese.
Long Scarlet Short-top,
Jthutart, or ne-p;aiu.
Halify, or Oyttr-Plant.
Early Bush, or Patty Pan,
Early Apple uusn, or r.gg.
Long tireen i;ruoK.ue,
Bush Crookneck Summer,
Dutch Summer bcallop,
Dutch Summer Scallop, yel
Valpamsio, or rortor.
Tutnato, or Loce-appl.
Early Flat Dutch, (Strap
leaved,) Red-topped, (Strap-leaved,)
Ruta Baga, or hwedish,
i uo. winter,
(By the pouud or bushel.)
White Dutch Clover,
Lucerne, or French,
Herds or Red Top,
r i ' ." AsparMv.''-'".
, (Bush; or Snap Shorts.),
Early Six-Weeks, or Early
Red Speckled Valentine, or
Red Marrow, .
Brown Speckled Valentine, .
Refuge, or Thousand-to-
Extra Early Victoria, j
Royal. Dwarf, or White Kid
Eariy Yellow Six-Weeks,
China Red Eye, or Early
China. ' 1
Large Lima, or Butter Beans,
Carolina oewee or aaoa.
Extra Early Turnip-rooted,
Early Turnip-rooted Red,
Silesiau or Sugar.
Earlv Orange do.
Early Half-long Blood,
French Amber Sugar.
Landreth's Large York,
Early Sugar Loaf,
Green Curled Savoy,
Large Drumhead Savoy,
Red Dutch, (for pickling,)
Large Late Drumhead,
Altringham, or Field,
Large White, or Field.
Sweet, or Sugar,
Early York,or Adam's Early,
Early Asiatic, (Imported.)
Crest Pepper Grass.
Broccoli Large Purple Cape,
largo nite uape,
Extra Early Russian,
Earlv Frame or Table,
Early Short green.
Long Green Turkey,
Long Green (Keene's,)
Small Cberkin, for pickles.
lijg-Plant, or Melongena.
Early Curled, or Cut Salad,
Curled India, or Ice.
Pine Apple or Persian,
Skillman's Fine Netted,
Beach wood, (extra fine,)
Mountain Snrout Water.
Dudley, or Mountain Sweet;
Sew U range,
And a great variety of Seeds, not included in this adver
Feb. 25. 1856. 28
Office R. &. G. R. R. Company, 1
Rbleigh, Jan. 81, ldoti. f
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD.
Schedule for Mail Train on and after Thursday.
the 31st day of January, 1856.
TTOTICE. ON AND AFTER TO-DAY, THE MAIL
1 V Train will leave the Depot, (North-Carolina Railroad )
at 13 minutes before 6 o'clock. A. M., upon the arrival of
the cars from the West. The" Conductors and Baggage
Master will be in readiness to take charge of baggage, Ac
Passengers will have no trouble in shifting baggage, aud
will arrive at Weldon at 11.30 A. M., in full lime for all
trains going North.
By order of the President.
JAMES M. POOL,
tT Raleigh Register, Hillsboro' Recorder, Greensboro'
Patriot, Salisbury Watchman, Charlotte Democrat, Peters
burg Intelligencer, Democrat, aud Express, and Norfolk
Herald publish till forbid.
RALEIGH MARBLE WORKS
JYear the corner of Hargett and Wilmington lils.
All orders for Monuments, Head Stones or ornamen
tal sculpture, of any description, promptly at
tended to and executed in the best style, at
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
bis friends and the public in general, that he has
opened a shop where be intends carrying on his business
in all its various branches, and he will manufacture from the
lest lUtUan and American. Murble, and in the neatest aud
most approved style of finish.
. N. B. All orders from a distance faithfully and punctu
ally attended to. Address
Raleigh, N. C.
November 16, 1855. lloo ly.
Try the Piano First t
A PROPOSITION IS NOW MADE BY E. P.
NASH to select PIANOS for customers, and allow
them to test their qualities before paying for them. Better
evidence cannot be given of the estimation in which we
hold our Pianos.
We keep about 40 PIANOS of various patterns on hand
to select from, which are bought exclusively for cash, from
four of the largest manufacturers in New Y ork, which were
conceded at the Paris Worlds' Fair, to be the best. We
have sold about fifteen hundred of them, which have given
full satisfaction. E. P. NASI1,
Piano forte Dealer, 33 Sycamore street, corner of Bank,
Jan. 29, 1856. 21
rOTICEr A NEGRO MAN WHO CALLS HIM.
SELF WJL vU til It, was committed to the mil nf
tbia Cltyin itbobuiuct mm, iur warn oi a Copy or his Rmr
iatrj. "He says that he is free, that be was raised, asEe
lwliereB, in the county of Orange or Granville, in the State
' of North Carolina, by an ld gentleman named Thomas
. Jordan, (a Scotchman,) whom, he says, gave him his free
papers. He left there about twenty years ago for the State
Sf Georgia, with Mr. John Tuttle, a Railroad Contractor
. and baa not resided in . C; awee that time. He is about
H ot 48 years of age, black complexion, five teet 1U inch.
. ea i. height, tolerably likely, has small whiskers, and is
1 ruptured. He gives.su ch a lame account of himself that
the Hustings Court of this, aty authorized me to advertise
.:. tuiwkWtnir it nrobable that ne may be a rnn.. i..
r person WW mmj - -r "7 - any tning
ntto above named nun, will please give me the infor-
i . J. BRANCH
Sertft and Jailor of Petersburg, Va.
;Tab.9,1866. ? " 2-4w. .:
4 " -LEATHER BELTING OR BANDS
At TbonuwTiUfl Depot, Davidson County, n. c,
1fTANUFACTURED Bi TnB BunsuHlBER, EI-
' lv-JLTHEB single or double, maae iroia.iue pest Northern
dj. iika, . Tt-iuwi . nisAn hv-niece, by unDrormi n...
to. :. ? . .' . Thranusville. Davidson Cs N. C.
"5 -.All orders promptly attended to, nd belt forwarded t .'
stfStoZttfauoW Th above b M ! b H . U
GARDEN SEED. WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT
of our stock of Garden Seeds, comprising all tbe
most popular varieties, which we warrant fresh and genu
ine. - A liberal discount made to those who buy to sell attain
WILLIAMS k HAYWOOD.
Fe. 11th, 18W. 38
Wholesale Jobbine Trade.-aaHnrintr. 1 s.ia.
McILWAlNE A GRAHAM, (SUCCESSORS TO
PAUL A McILWAlNE,) Importers and Jobbers of
Dry Goods, No. 60, Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va., are
now receiving and will be prepared by thu fifth of March
to exhibit a full assortment of FOREIGN AND" AMERI
CAN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, to which
they would invite the attention of the trade generally.
Our facilities for purchasing American and importing
foreign fabrics are not surpassed bv any house in the Job-
"uaiuew, iuu we reei assurea mat an examination of
our stock will prove satisfactory to all who may favor us
With O Triai J
Our terms w ill be liberal to responsible purchasers.
. . , J . McILWAlNE i GRAHAM,
Agents for North Carolina Cotton Yarns, Sbeetinirs and
Osnaburgs, and for genuine Irish Flax Threads and Shoe
Feb. 29, 1856. ' 29-6wsw.
GREAT BARGAINS IN MERCHANDIZE.
.v cDeq.uen of the death of Mr. Joseph B. G.
Koulhac, it becomes necessary to close his Mercantile Busi
?L,n tbi Cl,'y a8.8O0n cn be. . In order to effect
speedy sales, the friends of the deceased and tbe public are
anSTw .ihat the 8t0I:e1 wjH ept open at his late stand,
cost al I pncw W,U ta Put "wn,for cash, to about
cost and charges upon an average. The stock, it is gener-
Crte'K CXCelleJt iD S"8"?' n,1"" laid in on
MounZ1" f" i" Goods, Ladies Articles,
J J "j tuvouivori
Raleigh, Feb. 9th, 1856.
MAIL AimANGEllENTf , AT B A-EIGn.
'? wnnmrmjlir Af'TT.:i-TBvr' RarLKOAD.) . '
.ywrrvr': at Ttf 'a, "m?-dailr-.VyV.;v.
. Z ' i5 .'
idaily7.-iiV.'iv...-V-.i-;,! - v- J M : v . I
(Mail closes at OK -m-1
SOUTHERN MAIL, (Bt Two-horsi Hacx.V- ' "
(Mail closes at 0 a. m.) , , , . r
Arrives daily i
" vTESTERN MAIL, Bt Foob-hobsi Coachm,
Arrives daily, . .v; . . k i .... v. ' P
, (Mail closes at 8 a. m.) ,
fflTTSBOROUGH MAIL, (Bt Two-uousu Hack,) -
Uaves Sunday and Wednesday at "
Arrives Monday and Thursday t 7 p. m.
. (Mail closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 9 p. m.) '
GOLDSBOROUGH MAIL, (Bt Foob-horsu' CoAcn.)
Leaves daily, (except Sunday,) J m-
Arrives daily, (except Monday,) at 1 1 p. n.
- (Mail closes at 7 p.m.)
T ARBOROUGH M AIL, (Bt Two-hossu Hack,)
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Friday, .... at 5 a. m.
Arrives Tuesttay, Thursday and Saturday, ... at 7 p. m.
(Mail closes Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 9 p. m.)
ROXB6R0UGH MAIL, (BtHoesb,) m
Leaves Friday, m-
Arrives Friday " .in-
(Mail closes Friday at 12 m.x -
CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE
FBRATEDMl'ii;,I?REE FUBTHS OF THE CELE
mfls South of jbdhTk11 -f B??r,,M,' Mills, being five
hitassl! and demands, as hav
r lanas. with so onn rj . " . "
m witdavpr (COMPANY. Office.ERaleieh. N. C.
Company insures the lives of individuals for one year, a term
of years, or for life, on the M urn At princifw. the assured
for Hfe participating in the profits of thej Company, ror
policies granted for the whole term of life, when the pre
mium therefor amounts to 30, a not may be Riven for one
half the amount of the premium bearing interest at 6 per
cent without, guaranty. . . '.A
The prompt manner in which all losses hare been paid
by this Company, together with the low rates of premium,
present great inducements to such as'arej.disposed.to.in-
8s1avss are insured for a term of from one to five years,
for two-thirds their value.
All losses arejMud withiu 90 days'nftcr satisfactory proo
Charlfs E.,Johxsox, Wm. W. Holorv,
Wm. D. IlATwoon, Wm. D. Cooke,
James F. Jordan, R. H. Battlb,
QUINTEN BOSBKK, Wm. H. J ON Eg,
. H.W. Hustbo, P. F. Pbscud,
Wm. H. McKbe, S baton Galls.
Charles It. Root.
Dr. CharlsME. Johssox, President,
Wiluam D. Hatwooo, I tee President.
John G. Williams, Secretary,
William H. Jones, Treasurer,
H. W. IltJSTltn, Attorney,
Charles E. Johnson, M. D. 1 Medical
William 11. McK.ee, M. D. Hoard of
Ricun. B. Hatwood, M. D. ) Consultation.
R. II. Battle, )
W. W. Uoldks, Executive Com
Ciiablks H. Root, ) mMee. ....
For further information, the public are referred to the
pamphlets, and forms of proposal, which may be obtaiued
at the Office of the Company, or any of its Agencies.
Coniiuuuicaiious should be addressed, (post paid,) to
. JOHN G. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
July 10, 18S5. 68-
CHLOSS & BROTHER TAKE PLEASURE
in auuouncing to tiie citizens of Ruleigh, viciuity, aud
the public iu general, that they have changed their firm by
takiui; iu as a Purluer Mr. M.GRAUSMAN. who will here
after attend on the-CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISH
ING STOKE, in all its branches All orders will receive
strict atteiition. Any garment sent for will be finished
and forwarded to its desiiuutinn within eight days.
All sizes of Coals, Pants, Vests, Ac, constantly kept up
by our own original merchant tailoring establishment of
Joseph Schloss Brother, comer of Light and Mercer sis.,
Our DRY GOODS shall and must be sold soon, as we
are anxious to make our store a Regular Clothing House.
Call and tret Dry Goods at cost, or before wc send them off
to Auction Houses.
SCHLOSS, BROTHER A Co.
Raleigh, Jan. 21, 1S56. la tf.
A. D. 1836.
TnE PUBLIC MAY TALK ABOUT THE CLAYTON
BULWER treaty and the BRITISH BULLION pow
er, but whether it is a perfect treaty or imperfect treatment
towards us matters little the facts are: The British now
hold Malta and Gibraltar, Heligoland iu the Baltic, Cape
town and Cevlou ou the South aud East seas, Falkland ut
Cape Horn, Vancouver on the Pacific, Halifax, the Bermu
das off Cape Uatterask, aud Mosquitia of the Caribbean
sea thereby commanding the world of waters; notwith
standing all this Havens still continues to put up, and put
down, and put thro', on Fayctteville St., No. 1!, Portraits
of lite-giving lineaments, dune up and done down aud done
brown in auibrotypic, mezzograpliie, photographic and du
guerreotypic styles indelible in color and puru in tint, so
that eternally every child may recognize his own near rela
tives, aud even Towser know his own master.
P. S. Call immediately and be satisfied fur once !
At the HAVEN'S GALLERY,
Fayctteville Street No 19 Raleigh N C
January 25, 185S. 19 tf.
DIOCESAN TRAINING SCHOOL OF NORTH
CAROLINA, AT ASIIVILLE.
THIS SCHOOL WILL OPEN ON THE FIRST OF
January, at which time it is hoped that the addition
al buildings will have been completed. It is designed not
to receive more than Twelve or Fifteen pupils fur the first,
year. Application for admission may be made to the Rec
tor, at Ashville, or to the Rt. Rev, Bishop Atkinson.
No particular age is prescribed.
Terms for Board and Tuition, $200 per Session of ten
months; one-half payable semi-annually, in adcance.
Pupils not able to pay these terms, being recommended
by the clergyman ot their Parish, shall receive such reduc
tion of full charge as may hare been previously agreed
In case any Parish in North Carolina shall send to tbe
school, in its own name, an approved pupil, the expenses
of Board, Tuition, Books and Clothing, are offered by the
year at $'20i, payable in advance.
For explanatory circulars, address.
Jan. 16, 1856. 17 4t.
to India, t,. ja,iiOO-ljnoaaw.rfapii,ui:iiiywou,
bvBsymrd Tsylotj iegmnt' Steel &ggs;:as0Y;
JChiS volume h m record of the wthorV own experience
during a year's trttel to thu shorn named oonutriea, and r
intended to coqvey an aoourate idea of theii present pbysv
eal and social aspect The results of the writer's -observa-.
tvrtM are given in thu some delightfully natural style which
characterizes bis previous works. .
" We welcome with pleasure this long promised work.
The last of three volomea comprising the travels in Central'
Africa, Egypt uud India, of one of the most indefatigable
travelers of the day. We know- of no books of the kind,
that keep the reader's attention so much alive," Sunday
Dispatch. - - . -
i - Mr. Taylor has earned a reputation as a traveller, never
equaled by any American, and surpassed, by but few per
son. now living. We venture the assertion, that this new
book will be generally confessed to be his greatest and best
work," Eastern Argus. . sl ;
For Sale by r W. L. POMEROV; ,
Raleigh, Oct. 25, 1855. l" - ' - " 07
! A HUMOROUS VOLUME. 1
QUIZZICAL, . SATIRICAL, ' MIRTHFUL
li, AND SPARKLING. PvUished this day, A Basket
ofhips, by John Brougham, illustrated by McLcnan. '1
oL,12mo. Price, l 25.
KRTRACT ROM PREFACE. : - 'i
"A Basket of Chips" is a somewhat unpromising repast
to'ask any one- to participate iu, to be sure, and the uasa
voriness of the name will, no doubt, be eagerly laid hold of
by'some of the critics. Perhaps it might be as well, in
explanation of the title, to say that the random sketches
contained in this volume are but the sawdust and shavings
accumulated during intervals of more laborious carpentry.
For Sale by W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, Oct. 25, 1855. - 97
RECENT PUBLICA IONS.-THE NEW
COMES. By Thackery.
The Land of Gold. Reality versus Fiction. By Hinton
R. Helper. . '
A visit to the Camp before SebastopoL By Richard C.
Scenes in the Practice of a New York Surgeon. By Ed
ward H. Dixon, D. D.
Tbe Life of Deverean. By his Son. :
' The Footsteps of St. Paul.
Life in California. Mountains and Moleliills. '
History of the Council of Trent. By L. F. Bnngener.
' The Araucanians ; Or, Notes of a Tour among the Indian
Tribes of Chili. By Edmond Ruel Smith. . ; .
A. Basket of Chips. By John Brougham.
America. Political and Social. By Schaff. ' - ' '
, Faiiy Tales of Many Nations.
Wil t's Letter of the British Spy.
THE ANNUAL ilEETING OF THE NORTH CAR-
Mutual Insurance Company, held on the 9th
inst. the following persons were elected Directors and Offi
cers fur the ensuing year:
Henry D. Turner, Raleigb.
J. R. Williams, do.
C. W. D. Hutching, do.
James F. Jordan, do.
James M. Towles. ' do.
James E. Hoyt, Washington
Alex. Mitchell, Newbern.
Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington.
John M. Jones, Edenton.
W. W. Gritfin, Elizabeth City.
F. F. Fagan, Plymouth.
W. N. II. Smith, Murfrecsb-iro.
' II. B. Williams, Charlotte.
Geo. A. Smith, Milton.
0. F.-Loug, Hillsboro.'
Joseph White, Anson County.
Josh. Boner, Salem,
A T. Suitimv. Asheville.
OFFCERS OF TIIE COMPAN t
H. D. Turner, Vice President.
John C. Patridge, Secretary. t
- ' John H. Bryan, Attorney.
J. Hersman, Central Agent.
John R. Williams, )
T. H. Selby, Executive Cbmmittoe.
C. W. D. Hutching, )
This Company has been in successful operation over 9
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 covor
property amounting to $4,500,000, a large portion of which
is in Country risks ; and its present capital is Seven Hun
dred Thousand Dollars, in bonds, properly secured.
The average eost of Insurance upon the plan of this 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 insurance should be
addressed tc the Secretary, post paid.
J. C. PARTRIDGE, Seo'y.
Raleigh, June 12, 1855. 6S
nda, with 80,000 baxes out and
log wagon ; one
broke mules all
woraea one vr :a Tr ' UV'"V 1
Successor to E. L. Harding.
THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN FOR MANY
years Clerk for IS. L. Harding, was, on the 1st day of
January 1806, appointed Agent for the " Raleigh Branch,"
by the same manufacturers with whom Mr. H. was connec
ted while in business iu this city. ' Tbe samestyleand class
of Clothing that have given this house the reputation it
now enjoys, will be kept, and the prices will be as uniform,
aud we hope aa satisfactory in every particular.
WM. H. WILLIAMS.
To onr Former Patrons.
BEFORE LEAVING, THIS CITY FOR OUR NEW
home,' we take the 'pleasure of recommending Mr.
William H. Williams to your favorable consideration. Mrv
W. will hare the same facilities Yor sunnlvinir ronr wants
and demands, as have been enjoyed br the undersigned for
ana wm no aouot ao so as ssttstac-
fullr anthnriud to aattla ra imr Knnka
and accounts. We now, for the last time, say to all indebt
ed u. uuu our ousmns must os stutta up. iteasonabu time
will be allowed delinquents before asking then to settle
who our sitaueys.
October 16, 1855.
For sale by
TTEW MEDICAL BOOKS. Copland's Dictions
11 ry of Practical Medicine, vols. 1 and i now read to
be completed in three volumes.
Clinical Lecture on the diseases of women and children,
by Gunning S. Bedford, A. M., M. D., Professor ot Obstet
rics, Ac, iu the University of New York. .
Todd on the nervous system.
A Lexicon of technical terms employed in medical science
at the present day, by l. M. Reese, M. D L. 1 D.
The Dispensatory (if the Uuitcd Siates of America, by
Wood and Buche. Last edition.
, The Diseases of the ilumau Teeth, by Fox and Harriss.
For sale bv
W. L. POMEROY.
. September 7, 18'5. , -
CLARENDON IRON WORKS.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
A. II. VANBOKKELEX, Proprietor.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING PURCHASED THE
eutire interest in the "CLARENDON IRON WORKS,"
solicits orders for
Steam Engines, of any power or aiylc,
Saw Mills of every variety,
Mining Machinery and Pumps,
Grist and Flour Mills, complete,
Parker, Turbine and other Water -wheels,
Ric-lield Pumps and Engiues,
Leavitt's Corn and Cob Crusher,
Shafting Hangers and Pullies,
Cotton Gins aud Gearing,
Irou Castings of all kinds and patterns,
Locomotive and Tnbular Boilers,
Flue and plain Cylinder Boilers,
Blacksmith work of all kinds.
Iron Doors for Houses and Jails.
Having been re-organized for the express purpose of in
suring punctuality iu the cxecutiou ot all orders, the public
may rest satisfied that auv work which may offer will be
promptly delivered according to promise, and of such work
manship as cannot fail to give satisfaction.
THE MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT
Being in charge of men of talents aud experience, I have
no hesitation in saving that the work hereafter turned out,
shall compare favorably in every respect with that of the
most celebrated iu the States, and at prices which will make
it to the interest of all in want to send mc their orders.
Always done without delay and having a large force for
that purpose, it will prove advantageous to any person
uecding such to give me the preference withuutregard to
expense of sending same from a distance.
Orders will be addressed to " Clurendon Iron Works,"
Wilmington N. C.
A. H. VANBOKKELEN.
Oct. 15. S5 tf.
D. C. CA&RINGTON & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
Goldsborongb, N. C,
OULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITI-
VPW Wfivnn mi4 liitininrr nntmtlA thitt ttipv
have a large and comprehensive stock of goods now on
liaud, and are daily in receipt of such articles necessary for
this section of country, all of which- will be sold low for
Cash, or to responsible and punctual customers on ttme.
,rders frotn the country solicited. Articles will be for
warded prom ptly and iu" good order. Particular attention
paid to consignments of Produce aud Merchandise gener
ally, seut us. We have now on hand, and arc daily in re
ceipt of the following goods:
2uo brls. Lime ; 25 btrs. Hydraulic Cement ;
25 " Calcined Plaster; 200 bushels Plasterers Hair;
200 sacks Ground Alum aud Liverpool salt;
250 bush. Turk's Island Salt; 4 bags Feathers;
24 Nova Scotia Grindstones and tiiluica;
50 brls. Whiskey, Gin aud Rum ;
10 " Cognac Brand v; 5 brls. Cider Vinegar;
8000 kegs Pure White Lead ; 6 brls. Boiled and Raw Lin
24 boxes Ass'd.2 Caudles; 24 boxes Sperm, Tallow and Ad
amantine Candles ;
24 boxes Herkimer county Cheese ; 2 brls Lard ;
36 Fine Sugar-cured Hams; 10 boxes Ass'd Pickles;
2 bags Sicily aud Brodeaux Almonds; 2 bags Filberts;
10 boxes Raisins; 2 barrels English Walnuts; .1 case Fr.
2 cases Fr. Mustard ; 20 bags Rio and Java Coffee;
10 brls.- crushed and clarilied Sugars ;
20 boxes Butter, Soda and Sugar Crackers ;
20 Smoked Herrings ; 8. bales Gunny Bagging;
20 coils Rope; 50 kegs Aails, assd. from A to 40d j
n.i.i I I. . ' r'. . t . ... . Oil,, .'A K'nrth fnrvhlm
ZvU UUUUUUel K?puu vubiuu, WW jua.
bugs and Sheetings ;
2 hhds. Bright P. R. Sugar; 10
2 tons Hoop Iron ; 2 tons Swedes Iron ; 10 kegs Horse
6 brls. Distiller's Glue; 2 brls. Bungs; 1000 kegs Potash
for making soap ;
24 gro Matches; 6 doz. Axes; 2 casks Rice; 400 sacks Ta
ble and Dairy Salt; 10 boxes Starch ; 6 boxes Babbitts
SOW pr. Negro Mackinaw aud Rose Blankets ; lS.pr- heavy
; ; .1 'A PROCLAMATION, T') -H:v
PY HIS KXOELLENCY THOMAS BaUGO, GOVES-
r;WHCuL sa iKi Assem
Wt of ibis Statft. hvm nit of lfcMiffh( of all the mem.
bers tberaota dulv rwrtifiMi nnr nf which is a follows- i
A W a "... . . ' . .. . 11 . . A
av v ameno me uousutuuon.oz uis owe oi, aunu
. WaaasAS, A large number of the people are disfranchis
ed by the freehold qualification now required of voters for
members of the Senate. Therefore, - ; ,
8Mb 1. Bsit snaetedby the Gsnsnd Assembly ef Ike Stat
of North. Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the authority
if the same, (three-fifths of the whole number of members of
each House concurring,) That tbe 2nd Clausebf the 1st section
of the 1st article of the amended Constitution, ratified by the
people of North Carolina on the second Monday of Noveux
ber, in the year of Our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty
five, shall by amended to read as follows i Every free white
plan of tbe age of twenty-one years, being a native or nat
uralized dtieu-of the United States, and who has bn an
inhabitant of the State for twelve months immediately pre
ceding the day of any election, and shall have paid public
taxes, shall be entitled jo vote for a member of the Senate
for the district in which he resides. '
- Sbc. 2. e it f arther enacted, That tbe Governor of the
State be, and he is hereby directed to issue his proclama
tion to the people of North Carolina, at least six months
before the next election for members of the General As
sembly, setting forth the purport of this act, and the
amendment to the Constitution herein proposed, which
proclamation shall be accompanied by a true and perfect
copy of the act, authenticated by the . certificate of tbe
Secretary of State, and both the proclamation and the copy
of this act, the Governor of the State shall cause to be pub
lished in ten newspapers of this Slate, st least six months
before the election ot members to the General Assembly.
Read three times and ratified in General .Assembly this
Sd day of February, 1855. .
SAM'L P. HILL,
Speaker of the House of Commons.
' WARREN WINSLOW, .
Speaker of the iknate.
State of North Carolina, ' t
Office of the Secretary of State, )
I, William Hill, Secretary of State, in and for the State
of North Carolina, do hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true copy of the original as ratified and on file in this of
Given under my hand this 24th day of January, 1858.
W. HILL, Secretary of State. .
Now, therefore, -in conformity to the Constitution ot the
State and the requirements of the aforesaid set, I do issue
this my Proclamation, making known to tbe people of North
Carolina the provisions of said act and the amendment
thereby proposed to be made to tbe Constitution of the
State, and do cause the same to be published in ten news
papers of this State six months before the election of mem
bers of 'the next General Assembly.
In testimony whereof I, Thomas Bragg, Governor
of the State of North Carolina, have hereto set my
L. S. hand and caused the great seal of the State to be
hereto affixed. Done at the City of Raleigh, this
the 24th day of January, A. D., 1856,- and in the
eoin year oi our muepuuaence.
By the Governor:
Raleigh, January 24, 185G. 19 6m,
North Carolina Ozna-
boxes No. 1 and Pule
k'-i-iov- A nr. Curdurov : W uatr servants Plaids:
together with a full assortment of Hardware, Saddlery,
Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Earthern Ware and Hollow
Ware, Trunks and Carpet Bags, Huts and caps, fine double
and single barrel Guns, Ploughs, Fan Mills, corn Shelters,
Straw and Suansage Cutters, Hominy Mills, Garden, Dirt
aud Brick Wheel Barrows, Burning Fluid, Lamp Black and .
Logwood, Copperas, Window Glass aud Putty, and many
articles too numerous to mention. Country produce taken
in exchange for goods.
Goldsboro', Sept. 27th, 18.S. ' 91 fim.
REVISED CODE, PRICE 4 oo. POSTAGE
when sent by mail 45 cents. For sole by '
- - W. L. POMEROY.
Also, tho 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, particularly those required to be read for County
and superior twun ijiceuse.
January 17, 18515.
First Premium Blanlf Books.
- JNO. B. EGE,
(Sycamore St., Petersburg, Vs., next to Pannill & Sons.) ,
WW AS CONSTANTLY ON HANDOF HIS OWN MAN
JULufacture, and makes to order all sizes, styles and prices '
of Ledgers, Journals, Blotters, Cash, Railroad, Bank books, .
Ac, Ac. ... ,
Neatly ruled to any pattern, having an improved ruling
machine ; and haying obtained tbe prize at the Fair of
the Union Agricultural Society of Virginia and North Caro lina,
would solicit a continuance of the generous patronagt
heretofore extended to hinb .. . -;! ,
Call and examine.
" EtT": Northern prices. ; - - . i . ?
Petersburg, March f, 1885: , - 80 tf.
, , r GRIFFIN BARNES v ; . ; ..:
.'; SASH, BLIND AND DOOR 'MANUFACTORY,
- o - Wood Turning in all its Branches, - ; - .
i . ' - Tl l .3 TT cu . . .
- Jxot. 132 ana oi, sornwr vmsrat mm umtm otrsets,
1 ' . "4. ' ' NORFOLK,' VA. : ' : .;. -" "
' : Camonten and Builders from the Countrr and ueivhlvw..
ing Towns will find it to their interest to call before pur-;
chasing elsewhere, , as all orders teoeired by ma will be.
nromntiTastenuea io ana ueauy cxaeuiea.
Ths B&grapbiesl EssayCl rol 16mo, pw,ra".
ibe CaMars, . ; do, ,
literary Bemmiscences. ? Vols lmd, .
Karrative and Miscellaneous rVpars;? vol. i g
&saysw the Poets; t vol lsmoV . 8m"'
Historical and Critical Essay. 2 vol 16mo -
Autobiographie Sketched vol l6mo,
Essays on PhilnsophicalWriters. 9 vol im
' SepUlS, 1855. . , V-L POMEBo'y. ;
ECENT '.' PUBLICATIONS- TBiTn
of Napoleon IlonaparteTby Vohn S. C akHJ.STBT
maps and illustrations. "T ' Wrv 9' Abbott,
Memoir of Rev. Sydney Smith: bv bin l.
Holland, with atioum Wtora.'
Sept113L1855. ' W" POMEROY.
TP MERCHANTS AND OTHERS wtT
. ing Paper.. snpply-of vario J f 'rK
: -, - ' v : Kw-
-.. CAPON 8PRINGS.
T?E UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEENSOUp,,
J. by msny southern friends to extend tbe n "C TEl
son, bare determined to keep the Mountain H n
their accommodation until the 10th dav of fw.7i!!' "P"1
.u1lhr?.tourname,,t81,rthea8on will ZTI'i
the 28th of AugusMhe 12th and 26th of SeUSf
ine tare will be reduced five dollars Der innntk
tuu:u uveaonars per month
dollars per week, after the 1st of Sept. muaa. ndt.
- liurininBD ...
August 19. 1855. lflUBAH
TfAT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT APART
lnl nients are now ready for the meptiou of 40 patients,
in the Asylum.
Those who have charge of the insane, and desire to place
them in the institution, will apply to tbe Physician and
Superintendent, E. C. Fisher, ut Raleigh, before bringing
ue partem w tue lusmuiion.
The Board of Directors refer to the Cth chapter, 17th
section (page 8i) of Revised Code, for tbe legal require
ments uecessary to be complied with, in order to ensure
admission of State (or indigent) patients.
For the admission of paying patients, reference is made
to 20th section of same chapter, page 8a, of Revised Code.
As all Stale patients are' required to undergo examina
tion ua to thfir insanity, previous to admission, such exam
ination wili be held ut Raleigh, where some of the members
of the Board are to be found.
The Sheriffs of the several Counties will please notice
the requirements of the 14th section of the Cth chapter, in
relation to their duties as connected with the law.
It is expected that apartments for a large number of pa
tients will be finished m the course of a few weeks, as the
work upon them is now being prosecuted as rapidlv ascir
cumstances will admit. Notice of their readiuess' will be
given through the public press.
CHAS. L. HINTON,
G. W. MORDECAI, ,
THOS. D. HOGG,
Ex. Committee of Board of Directors.
Raleigh, March 1, 18SB. 80 tf.
Life Preserving Patent Swingletree.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING PURCHASED THE
s,e right to mke and sell these Swingletrees, in the
cou'ities of Wakr, Johnston, Chatham, Orange, Franklin,
Wonvn aud Nash, would lespectfully inform tbe public
that they will attend the Courts in the above counties with
them, and will also peddle them through the conutry.
By this Swingletrec, a hor e, or two or more horses, can
be detached from a vehicle when ut full speed, with perfect
safety to the vehicle and those in it. It is simple and easy,
so that any boy ten years old can avail himself of its use.
No such protection has ever before been invented against
tbe dangers incident to run-away or fractious horses. Every
riding vehicle ought to have one attached to it. It is a cheap,
safe and certain protection against danger. It can be at
tached to old or new vehicles.
Notice is hereby given, that any infringement on
this Patent, or any imitation, br attempt to make or use by
any modification, this Patent Swingletree in any of the
counties above enumerated, the persons or persons so offen
ding will be prosecuted to tbe full extent of the law, in the
U. S. Courts at Washington.
P. P. WILLIAMS A CO.
Raleigh, Feb. 22, 1856. 27 6m.
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST,
AND BEST READING
Weekly Paperin Virginia,
IS THB "
ONLY TWO DOLLARS PER AXXUX, CONTAINING' FOKTY COLCMX
ES.VOI.NO MATTER, PRINTED ON A DOUBLE SHEET.
IT IS PUT TO PRESS AT A LATE HOUR ON FRI
day, and sent off by the first mails; so that all subscri
bers, within two hundred and fifty miles of Petersburg, ou
any line of railroad, will receive the
Weekly Express on Saturday Night,
Containing the latest Telegraphic Xews from etery section
of this Country and Europe.
ITS LEADING FEATURES ARE,
American Biography, Interesting Fiction, Ag
ricultural Matter, Arts and Sciences, Inci
dents of Travel, Wit and Humor, Do
mestic News, Sabbath Reading, Old
World Matters, Choice Miscellany. -
The Weekly Express will give full particulars of events
that transpire in this Great Country. We can and do
Onr Size, onr Quantity of Matter, onr Best Se
lections, and of all that Interests
the Reading World ! -
Subscriptions received at "The Express Oflice," in the
Express Building, Petersburg, Va., Bank Street, between
Sycamore and Market Streets, and near the gExcbange and
Virginia Banks, the Post Office and Merchants' Exchange.
To Postmasters and other Ageuts, a discount of 20 per
cent, is given for all clubs of five and over; or six copies
sent for ten dollars. All orders promptly attended to. Ad
dress, ANDREW F. CRUTCHFIELD A CO.,
Bank Street, Petersburg, Va.
June 8, 1855. 57
PINEY POINT LINE TO BALTIMORE.
ON SUNDAY OF EACH WEEK.
FARE ONLY 4.
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED THAT
tbe comfortable Steamer MARYLAND, Captain Cbas.
E. Mitchell, having been entirely refitted, enlarged and im
proved in every respect, is now on the route between Pe
tersburg and Baltimore once weekly. (
Passengers by this agreeable and economical line will
leave Petersburg by the Morning Train on Sunday of each
week at 4 o'clock, A. M., aud reach Baltimore in the
course of the night, thus securing a connection with the
different lines out of Baltimore the following morning iu
any diiection. 6
Returning, passengers wilt leave Baltimore on the after
noon of Wednesday of each week, at 5 o'clock, P. M., aud
arrive at Petersburg, by a special train, at an early hour
next evening. . '-. .
Fare in either direction, 4. Forward Cabin passengers
same prices but with meals on board of the steamer Mary
land included. K , .
m??reH firJt 'rPMengers between Baltimore and
ruuuueipuus, ur me new jostle ana f renchtown line. 2
STEVENSON' & WEDDELL
Importers and .Wholesale Dealers i.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY G00n5
Ao. 78 or 80, irtmore Street UUi5
Petsbsblko, Va. '
WE ARE NOW , PREPARED TO FTm
to the Merchants of Virginia andNonh HE
large and commanding stock of Foreign and nlT V
Goods. Having purcHased largely ofHvy wSE ? "7
iu June, we can otter goods pric as fSt
command attention. . ul h" to
One of our firm will remain in New'York durine ft.
son, in attendance at the Auction Sales, and
anything, new and novel, as it maybe received 1 bvf
weekly steamers from Europe. V "
lowest market rates, will find our styleVand priew iich
will enable them to compete successfully with thmT.u
purchase in the NortheriTmarkets. 3 Uose h
retersoiirg, heptember 10, I85.r.
formerly urs. bohdrk's)
IfW Side Uaitroatl.
Goldsborongb, N. C.
Th.s extensive and well known public Establishment h
been purchased aud was reopened by the Subscriber fj X
reception of guests 011 the 4th inst. M
It is pleasantly and conveniently situated in the eentr.
i,".'1 a,,dJs irrly opposite to, and WEST of tK.
Ticket Olhces, of the Wilmington and Weld.n ana he
Ceuteral Railroad Companies, where the cars stop on their
arrival and departure, and where faithfcl servInb Tm.
be ix waitixu to tke baggage, and give such other atten.
lions as the traveller may require.
THE HOUSE has been remodelled, repaired, and thaw
oughly renovated from cellar to garret, and furnished
throughout with New Furniture, selected with special cot
and arranged with an eyo siugle to the comforts uf the ou!
ual guest or permanent boarder. ,
Wl.u b?.r5chy furnished with the substantials, the dainties
and delicacies of the seasons. Foreign as well as domestic
markets will be rendered tributary to the constant aunnlv
which will be sort ed up in the best style, by orderly, oblii
ing and well trained servants. "
THE BAR ,
Will be a Storehouse of the best Wines and Liquors, and
superintended by a gentleman of courtesy and iuteeritr
thoroughly acquainted with his business compriainir the
knowledge of what is due to the rights and comforts of the
public, as well as to hi in self and his employer.
which are among the best in tbe State, have been placed in
the keeping of a skillful and careful manager, who will al
ways have under his care the best abd most experienced
ostlers, and it will be among tho chief cares of the proprie
tor to sec that horses of his guests be well fed and taor
oughly groomed. - .
This entire establishment has been purchased and titled
up at an enormous expense, and it will be tbe pleasure m
of course, it will be the interest of the subscriber, to ren
dor the House in every respect equal to any in the countrr.
He therefore trusts that a generous public will renew am
continue the liberal patronage heretofore extended to this
House, while under the care of its former proprietress, Mm
Borden, who gained for it a celebrity throughout the entire
August 14. 18.
KsirrT: sr.'rrsvw ,oe w.D.0,e. i trom
- - ..Fui., uy mia agreesoie line, 98 50
only, for the first class nassenffers. anTl r,.Zr A
class do., including meals lor the latter on board the steam
er juaryiauu. ,
tJrT '"e'riculars, or through tickets, apply at the
OfFce of the Richmond, Petersburg aud Potomac Rail Road
- o r. . nRICHRD FURT. J-, Ticket Agent
to Pmey Point, with privilege of returnina:
at any time during the boat season, & only. . , t . , .
. . ' r-m- B. F Ju, Ticket Agent '
February 27. 18S5. . .. 7y . S tc
MAKKRs' OlP K.
CAR.Of.fW A ThilnhwiitiM h..;
hen the premium .at the late State Fairupon turpentine
tools, (chinpers, ronndshaves fend hackers,)wouldauuouue
to the public that they are manufacturing, these tools x ex
tensively. Their workmen having been for many years en
gaged in the above Business are unsurpassed by any in' the
quality and proper construction of their tools. - We wiU de
liver these tools at any points on theJN. C. W & B, and W.
k M. Railroads. We warrant thean tools in h -
quality and Superior in adaptation for work to anyNorth-
mm msnnfaiiiniia anil mab m .
HpO THE TURPENTINE
NEW FIRM TO THE .PUBLIC.
BECK WITH AND" CLAYTON WOULD
inform their frieuds and the public generally tail
they hare entered into partnership, and have on hand Cot
the Fail and Winter Ti-ade, at the old stand of 1. Beck
with, opposite Lawrence's Hotel, a heavy stock of
which the following list iu part comprises,
A large lot of CofleeLasuira, Rio and Jan.
Coffee SugarCrushed and Clarified, of differed
grades and prices. - .......
A good lot of Teas.
A heavy stock of Sole and Upper Leather.
A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, anion" wbid
are fine calf and kip boots, calf shoes ladies and "treats'.
Also, a good lot of Brogans for men and boys.
CandlesAdamantine and Tallow.
All kinds of Fancy Soap. -
Shot, Powder and Caps.
M ater Backets of different kinds.
15 Bags of Salt Liverpool and Grn'd Allan.
Nails of all sixes. . : Cotton Yarn.
Bacon, Lard, Floor and Meal.
A lot of splendid Tobacco.'
Bagging and Rope. -
A good lot of Cigars various brands.
Also, a good lot of
Among which are to be found Domestics at 4 to J
qrs. wide. Bleaching. Goods for Gentlemen's wear,
such as Cassiinere, Satinet, Kentucky Jeuw,
Tweeds, Osnaburgs and Kerseys, a tine lot of ho
ry Blankets and Hats suitable for negro's wear.udi
great many others too tedious to mention.
e Ciail1!" wil1 08 801(1 UPU ccommodating termi
for CASH. Please give us a coll and examine for puf
selves. - - . , '
Raleigh, September 26, 1855.
F. PESCUD, HAVING THIS DAY FORMED
a Co-Partnershiu with hi hntt.hnr.in.linr llmxtt
n.uaiung, isio oi uates county, a. c, will continue "
conduct thu WhtilesaU and Jteta'U Drwj Sasuustwxiet
firm of PESCUD A OA.TUNQ. ;;
We contemplate in a short time enlarging and iwprjt
ing our store, and shall keep a much larger stock of article
in our line than heretofore, which with our increased
cilities, justify us in offering to our friends aud the pabli
generally unusually inviting inducements.
We are pleased to inforui our friends and customers that
we have secured the valuaole services of Mr. Cbsrlw u
Scott, for live or six years with-Williams A Hsjwwi
and late of the firm of Haywood A Scoit ; who, with f
former assistant, Mr. Jos. L. Ward, will umie with at J
attending promptly to their wants, ou tbe most favoral
terms, at all hours of the day and night.
Our store will bo closed on the Sabbath, but Mr. Sc
or Ward will be io attendance to execute orders for tin'"
only, and their attendants will please ring the alarm h
Our accounts will be presented for settlement on the l
July and January of each, year, unless terms are specilx
with the purchaser. .... ' .
P. F. PhijCUD, .' tJECK . GATLING.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THB UNDEJ
SIUNED by bond or account are now afrfwjj
appealed to for payment, as his old business must be ck"
without delay. . i . '
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- Raleigh, January 5, 1858. - . L.
? ' . RECENT PUBLICATIONS.
EVENINGS WITH THE- FR0PHETS: s Scries of
taoirs and Meditatioas. By Ber. A. Morton Bw
- THE SIXl)AYS OF CREATION r s series of
lettors from a father to his children. By W. O. Rhino-
A Ttew of the Scripture . ReveUtions concerning 1 . Iswj
state, -By Richard Whately. D. D late Archbishop
The Universe no Desert; the Earth no Monopoly.
The 1'lurality of Worlds.-- Edited by Dr. Hitchco
Clouds and Sunahina. B v Ohrli RA Author of
i. Chrisrr Johnson, by -' . ditto. -;
' The Elder Sister. By Marion James. '
Ethel; Ur, the Double Error. By Marian James.
. Romance of American History. By Joseph Bansuo
.; Maud, and Other Poems.' By Tennyson.-
Plays. -HyAnna Cora Mowatt.:
'l 8ffucu By ChsrlwKingsley. . ',rtfEBOf.
BoleighMOctoberiS.lSSo; " . . . J.
f OTICE. JOS. K. MARRIOTT-' HAS- BEMO'?
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