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THE
linrtli-CarolinritDnlwril.
""wTliTi AM W. HO L DEW,
Emto and Propbietor.
FRNK. I. WILSON, Associate Editor.
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY 7W Dollar per omawk,
HtKMif OF THESEMI-WEEKLT-Zb-r iWJar
,(; invariably in advance.
papers are discontinued at the txpiraiion of the Urn
fwUoh they hate been. paid.
Terms of Advertising In the Standard.
Our regular rates of advertising are as follows:
One square, ( 14 lines or less) first insertion, - $1 00
Each subsequent insertion, ----- - s
Longer advertisements in proportion.
Contracts will be mede with advertisers, at th aim
Jmdarrates, for six or twelve months, and at the closeof
contract 33 per cent, will be deducted from the gross
visional or business Cards, not exceeding five line
.ill be inserted in either the Weekly or Semi-Weekly, for
a? forsix months, or $10 for twelve months; or in both pa
ler! fV.r10 for six months, or 15 for l'"-
' Subscribers and others who may wish to .send money
. A Vditor can do so at al times, by mail, and at his
jBt. fer all sums will be promptly transmitted.
" GENERAL DIRECTORY.
STATE GOVERNMENT.
TIIOS. BRAGG, of Northampton, Governor.
William Hill, of Wake, Secretary- of State.
,Y " n...,,.. nf Rockingham. Treasurer.
12
G W Brooks, of Person, Comptroller
VnUski Cowner. of Hertford, iWate Secretary.
Pulaski Cowper,
Oliver H. Perry,
State Librarian.
LITERARY BOARD.
Gov. Thos. Bragg, ewjicio. Chairman,
Alfred Jones, of Wake,
WTui W. Holden, of Wake,
Matthew Shaw, of Beaufort.
SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Calvin H. Wiley, of Guilford,
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT BOARD.
Gov. Bragg, (jxtfcio, Chairman,
Calvin Graves, of Caswell,
N. E. Canady, of GrauviIIe.
(ITY GOVERNMENT.
Win. Dallas Havwood. Intendcnt of Police.
COMMISSIONERS.
Bittern Ward. Eldridge Smith,
A. Adams.
Middle Ward.C. B. Root .
R. H. Battle,
a G. W. Haywood.
Western Ward. A. M. Gorman,
II. D Turner.
J. J. Christophers, City Clerk,
B. II. Baltic." City Treasurer.
City Guard. James M. Crawley,
Jackson Overby.
City Constables. E. E. Harris,
J Win. N. Andrews.
A. Adam, Weighmaster.
E. E. Harris, Clerk of the market
B.
F. Moore, City Attorney.
COURTS.
The Supreme Cwrt of North-Carolina is held in this city
emi-:iiiiiual!v. on the second Monday in June, and theSOth
dav of npcember. .
Jud't. Hon. Frederick Nash. Chipf Justice,
R. M. Pearson, Associate Judge,
W. H. Battle,
Edmund B. Freeman, Clerk,
Oliver H. Perry, Assistant do.
Ham. C. Jones', Reporter,
T T T.;thfiirri Sr.. Marshall.
r-TliP T'niUd States Cireuti t.vtirt for the District of North-
Carolina is held semi-annually in this city, on the 1st Mon
day iu June and the last Monday in November.
'Judges. Hon. J. M. Wayne, of Georgia,
Hon. Ilenrv Potter, of Fayetteville,
District Attorney, Robert P. Dick,
Clerk, Win. H. Haywood,
llnrcli.Jl Vjk1iv .lunos.
flu. CwmV-t Court for this Count v, is held on the first
JI..u.lav utter the fourth Monday in March and September.
Jos. B. Bachelor, Attorney General and Solicitor of the
fourth Judical District. .
The Court of 1'lea and Quarter Sessumt is held on -the
third Mondav in February, May, August and November.
Jiff. Utlev', Clerk.
aairmaiiof the Ginty Court, William Boylan.
Count'i ikihfitor, K. P. Marriott.
Sheriff of Wale County, William H. High.
(hnmer, Willis Sctt.
Register, H. Hudson.
JJant of the State f XortlfCarolina, incotrorated 1 830.
Charter expires in 1 S60. Capital 1 SOo,.W., divided into
15,,.m0 shares, of which the Literary Board holds o,v27 aud
the University LOtK).
Brincipal Bank at Raleigh.
George W. Mordecai, President,
Charles Dewey, Cashier,
J. H.Brvan, Jr., Teller and No ary Public.
W. E. Anderson, Discount Clerk and Notary Public,
This Bank has branches at Newbern, Tarboro', Fayette
ville. Wilmingtan, Elizabeth City, Charlotte, Milton, Mor-
ganton and inusor.
DICKCTORS.
On the part of the State: D. W. Courts, Public Treasu
rer, eMjticio, L. O'B. Branch and W. R. I'oole.
On the part of the Stockholders : Wm. Boylan, Wm.
Peace, J. H. Bryan, J. B. G. Roulhac, Alfred Jones and B.
F. Moore.
Offering and Renewal day Tuesday.
Discount dav Wednesday.
Business hours from 10 till 3 o'clock.
Raleigh Branch oftie Bank rf Cape Fear.
William H. Jones, Cashier,
R. P. Finch, Teller and Notary Public
DIKECTOKS.
Geo. W. Havwood. T. H. Selbv, Seth Jones, George Lit
tle, Dr. Thos."D. Hogg and C. W. D. Hutchings.
Orferiug day Monday.
Discouut day Tnesday.
RAIL ROADS.
Raleigh and Gasloi Railroad Ocmpany.
R. A. Hamilton, President,
W. W. Vass, Treasurer,
J. M. Pool, Assistant Treasurer,
r O 4 11 rinnl Afrnnt
V. i. Aiiciif wiin" . -
Mail Train leaves 10 minutes after 7 A. M., arrives at Gi
P.M.
Xoilh-OtrolitM Railroad Company.
Cbas. F. Fisber, President,
C. P. Mendenball, Treasurer,
T T VnJ, IVoInht ,int Tii-kpt Asrent.
Mail Train 'arrives at 5 o'clock, A. M., from the East;
and departs H'm. after 5 o'clock, A. M.
Mail from the West arrives about the same time.
POST OFFICE.
William White, Sr., Poot Master.
OCice hours, on week days, from Sun-rise to 9 P. M.
State of parties in the House of Representatiyes.
The following list of the members of the present
House of Representatives, with the political parties
will be found worthy
in ikj w ij ivli .tj v ----- r
of preservation :
Maine.
1. Julia M. Wood, K. A 4. Samuel P. Benson,
2. John J. Perry, K A"., 5. Israel Washburn,
3. Ebtntzer Knoulton, K. A",6. Thomas J. D. Fuller, D.
Aic Uainvshire.
1. James Pile. K A'., 2. Mason W. Tappan, JE X.,
3. Aaron JT. C'raain, K. A.
Vermont.
I. James Meacham, 2. Justin S. Morrill, K. A'.,
3. Alrali Sabin.
MassuehuselU.
17 TlnTl V ' B. Timothy Davi. K. A7..
James Buiknaton, K A', 7 . Xathantel P. Banks, KK.,
Willussm. s fnmnU. A'A' 8. Chavnceu L. Anapp, A A.,
Linus B. Comin. K. A;, 9. Alexander De H ttt.K.K,
Anson Burlinname. K.A., 10. C'alcin C. Chafee, A. A
r , ri y-i J7 Ti
ll. Marie lrajum, xl. m.
Rhode Island.
1. Nathaniel B. Dvrfee, K. A'.2. Be. B. Thurston, K. A
Connecticut.
1. Ezra Clarke. K. A.. a. Sidney Dean. K A7-
2. John Y.'oodrvJ, K. A., 4. WU.'iam W. Welch, K. N.
Kew Y-rk.
1. William W. Valk, K. N.,17. Francis R Spinner,
2. J. S. Stranuhan, K. A 18. Tk-mtas R. Horton,
3. Guv R. Pelton. K. A'.. 19. Jona A. HvahsUm.
4. John Kelly, D., 20. Orasmvs B. Matteson,KN
5. Thos. . Whitney. K.M .21. Uenru Xvtnett. K.JX..
6. John Wheeler, k. ., 22. Andrew Z. McCarty, KN
i. 1 nomas Vhuas, A. iv., m. wtuiam A. Gilbert,
8. Abram Wakeman, K. A7.,24. Amos P. Granger,
9. Bayard Clark, K. N., 25. Rlwin B. Mora ,
lf . i ct IJ sa s-J ir
s.j. jimorose o. mvrruy, id. jinarvw iarnsr.
11
Kvfus H. King. K. JX., '1. JohnM. farter.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Kdlian MUler, K. Xn
Yrs. n tuiam n. JLeisey,
29. John Williams, D.,
80. Benjamin Pringle.
Rvssel Sage, A. TV.,
Samuel Dickson,
Edward Dodd, IT. X.,
81. Thoman T. Flagler. K. X..
ueorge A. Simmons,
22. Solomon G. Haven. K.F..
83. iruncis a. jumaras, jl. jx.
New Jersey.
Isaiah D. Clawson, K. X., 3. James Bishop, K. A
George R. Rabbins, K. X., 4. George Vail, J,
5. Alex. C. M. Pennington, K.X.
Pennsylvania.
1. Thomas B. Florence, D., 18. Asa Packer,
2. Job R. Tyson, K. X., 14. Gahisha A. Grow, K.
8. William Millward. K. N..15. John J. Pearee. K. A7
4. Jacob Broom. K. V
J6. Lemuel Todd. K. X..
6. John Cadwalader, D
I. John Hickman, D.,
I. S. a Bradshaw, K X.,
17. David F. Robison, K iK,
18. John R. Edit, K. X..
19. John anode, K. X
Vol. VI.
a A, E 7?r V XT
21. David Ritchie, K. X.,
22. & A. Pvrviance, K. X
10. C. Kunkd, K.X.,
1 !. ' J H. Campbell, JfL
KJSJiZ. John Allison, K. A.,
ry M. Fuller, K. N., 24. David Barclay, D.,
'la. tfonn jstac, jl. jx.
Delaware.
1. Elisba D. Cullen, K. N.
Maryland.
James A. Stewart, D., 4. H. W. Davis, K. K
J. B. Ricaud, K. N., 5. H. W. Hoffman K. N,
J. M. Harris. K. N., 6. T. F. Bowie, D.
V trgmia.
Thomas H. Bayly, D.,
7. William Smith. D..
John S. Mil Ison, II.,
John S Caskie, D.,
William O. Goode, D.,
Thomas S. Bocock, D.,
8. Chas. J. Faulkner, D.,
8. Johu Letcher, D.,
10. Zedekiah Kidwell, D.,
11. John S. Carlile, K. N.,
Paulus Powell, D.,
12. H. A. Edmundson, D.,
13. Fayette McMullen, D.
Aorta uaroima.
Robert T. Paine, K. N.,
Thomas Riiffin, D.,
Warren Wiuslow, D.,
L. O'B. Branch, D.,
South
John McQueen, D.,
William Aiken, D.,
5. Edwin G. Reartc. K. N.,
6. R. C. Purvear, K. N.,
7. Burton Craige, D.,
8. T. L. Clingman, D.
Carolina. .
4. Preston S. Brooks, D.,
5. James L. Orr, D.,
fi. Wm. W. Boyce, D.
Lawrence M. Keitt, D.,
Georgia.
1. James L. Seward, D., 5. John H. Lumpkin, D.,
2. M. J. Crawford, D., 6. Howcli Cobb, D.
8. Robert P. Trippe, K. N., 7. N. (i. Foster, K. N
4. Hiram Watner, D., 8. Alex. H. Stephens, D.
Alabama.
1. Percy Walker, K. N., 4. William R. Smith, K.
2. Eli S. Shorter, D., 6. George S. Houston, D.,
::. James F. Dowdell, D., 6. W. R. W . Cobb, D.,
7. Sampson W. Harris, D.
MUsUippi.
1. Daniel B. Wright, D., 3. William Barksdale, D.,
2. Hendley S. Bennett, D-, 4. William A. Lake, K.
5. John A. Quitman, D.
Louisiana.
1. George Eustis, K. N., 3. Thomas G. Davidson, D.,
2. Miles Taylor, D., 4- Johu M. Sandige, D.
unio.
1. Ttmothif C. Day,
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Fl B. Horton. K. iV
2.
J. S. Harrison, K. V,
Simuel Galloway, K. JK,
John Sherman, K. iV'.,
1'ldUman Eli,
Wm. K. Sa w. K. A"
3.
4.
L. D. Cumptol, K. A'.,
Mattliia IT. Xichols,
5. Richard MM,
6. J. Rrece L'mrie. K. A",
Edicard Dull. K. X.
C. J. Albriaht, K. A
Jienj. F. Letter, K. A',
Edward Wude,
Joshua R. Giddinffi,
7. Aarvn Jlttrlan, K. A", 1"-
8. Benj, Stanton, A". A'., 18
y. C. K. Watson, A". A"., 1.
lo. Os-ir F. Mihp. K. V.. 20.
2i. John A. Binyliam,
K. A.,
Kentucky.
1. Henrv C. Burnett, D., 6. John M. Elliott, D.,
I. J. P.CmpbeIl, K. N-, 7. H. Marsha., K. N,
J. W. is. Underwood, K. N., 3. A. K. Marshall, K. N .,
I. Albert G. Talboit, D., 9. Leander M. Cox, K.
. Joshua H. Jewett, D., 10 Samuel F. Swope, K. N.
Tennessee.
Albert G. Watkins. D., 6. George w . Jones, w.,
Wm. H. Sliced, K. N 7. John - W right, !.,
a ,iii n 8. V. K. Zolliconer, iv..
John U. Savage. D.. tmermge, a..
Charles Ready, K. N., 10. Thomas Rivers. K. N.
inaiana.
1. Smith Miller, D-, 6. Lucian Barbour,. A.,
. Wm. II. Euglish, D., 7. D. tveott, K. ,
3. iGecrge G. Dunn, 8. Daniel Macc.K. A.,
4. Win. turnback, K. X, 9- tkhuyUrVoljax, A. J,
). 2. . llollouay, K. A".. 1- Brenton,
11. i-JSn U. Petttt.
Illinois.
FtlihttB. Washburn, 5. W m. A. Kictiaroson u.,
Junws H. Woudavrth, 6. Thomas L. Harris, v.,
Jee O. Xisrtmi, A. A'., 7. James C. Allen, U.,
James A'nojc, K. X., 8- Samuel b. Marshall, D.
Missouri.
Luther M. Kennett,K.N., 4. Mordeci Oliver, D.,
Gilchrist Porter, 5. John G. Miller,
James J. Lindlev, K. N., C. John S. Phelps, D.,
7."Samuel Caruthcrs, D.
Arkansas.
1. Alfred B. Greenwood., 2. Albert Kust, u.
Michiqan.
I. Win. A. Howard, K. X., 3. D. S. naiwuiqe, a.
2. Henrv Waldron. A. A.. 4. Ueorge . recs, jj.
Florida.
1. Augustus E. Maxwell, D.
Terns.
1. Lemuel D. Evans, K. N., P. H. Bell, V.
Iowa.
1. Augustus Hall, D., 2. James Tlionngton, A. JX.
1. Daniel Wells, D., 2. V. C. n asMurne,
3. tias. liiuingnursi.
California.
James W. Denver, D., 2. Philip T. Herbert, D.
formerlv whigs.
voting for James L. Orr.
whigs voting for Pennington.
whig voting for Fuller, of Pennsylvania.
Those in italics are "republicans, '
Those marked K. N. are kuow-uothings.
RECA 1'lTl' LATH N.
Know-nothings and republicans voting for Bunks
Republican know-nothings voting against Banks
National know-nothings voting lor Fuller
Democrats votine for Richardson aud Orr
110
8
35
80
Mr. Miller, of Missouri, and Mr. Childs, of JNew
York, absent since the beginninKof the session; Mr.
Trumbull's seat vacant. A number of times within
the last four weeks the number recorded above as
bavin? voted for Mr. Banks could have elected him ;
and if to these are added the republican know-noth
ings who vote for Mr. Pennington, it would give to
the side of the House supporting Mr. Banks a clear
majority of the whole number, even with an unusual
attendance.
This list has been prepared with great care, and
is believed to be accurate. If any gentleman is er
roneously classed it will give us pleasure to make
the correction. nasn. union.
Successor to E. Harding.
rwlKTTXIlF.RSIGNED.VUOUAS Vb.isX Uli JIA. X
M. vears Clerk for E. L. Harding, was, on the 1st day of
Jnniinrv 1 8.1ti. annum ted Asrent tor tbe " UaleigU Itrancn,
by the same niauutacturers wun wuoni mt. a. was vuuuci.-
J ' rr , o -
ted while in business in tnis city, ine same siyie ana ciasu
of Clothing that have given tliis house the reputation it
now enjoys, will be kept, and the prices will be as uniform,
ana we nope us sausiuciorj met r u, "
,T 31. XX. IT XXJXJXAillO.
To onr Foimer Patrons.
BEFORE LEAVING this urri rvn uun ixanr
home, we take the pleasure of recommending Mr.
William H. Williams to your tavoraoie consiaeraiion. Air.
W will tinvR tlie same facilities for supplying your wants
and demands, as have been enjoyed bv the undersigned for
the last eight years, and will no doubt do so as satisfac-
and accounts. We now, for the last time, say to aiiinaeot-
ed us that our buxmess must oe seiuea vp. neasonaoie unie
will be allowed delinquents before asking them to settle
with our attorneys. 1T)T,TVT
a. jj. xiAnxxiiur.
Feb. 1, 1856. ' 21
Bricks ! Bricks 1 1 Bricks III
THE SUBSCRIBERS UAViauHAui, ratMAStai
arrangements for carrying on the BRICK-MAKING
business on an extensive scale, are now prepared to con
tract for the deliverv, during the ensuing season, of from
ons, tn t,nn million of Bricks of the best quality and at such
prices uwiildeJyaU competition.
uraers irom a uiaiautc t,h, uch-.1.v -,
bricks delivered at either of the Depots if desired.
GEO. T. COOKE & CO.
Raleigh, March 7, 1855.
fjif Register copy.
CO tf.
AMERICAN PATENT DRYER. WE HAVE
just received a very large supply of the American
Dryer, which is far preferable to Litharge and other dryers
heretofore used, and much cheaper.
PESCUD ft GATLING.
M Opposite the Masonic Lodge.
AY BE FOUND COFFEE, SUGAR, ADMANTINE
and Tallow Candles, Nails of all sizes for common
use Crockery and tin ware, of all sizes and shapes, snuff and
Tobacco and Cigars, Meal and Flour, Corn and Peas, and
Shoes, and a small assortment of Dry Goods, and Candies,
and many other things commonly found in a grocery; all
of which will be sold Cheap for cash or Country Produce ;
tor which the highest market prices wHl bJ0()DEL
lr.nl 93 1RKB- ' 45.
I" "
iinrrnh for Fillmore I
I OFFER FOR SALE, MY TRACT OF LAND
in Medison county, Mississippi, containing 970 acres,
650 of which are cleared, and under good fence-the bal
ance timbered land. The place is 9 miles from Jackson and
8 from Clinton. The improvements are all new, consisting
ef a frame Dwelling-house, with six rooms, and a gallery
I front; an overseer's house with four rooms, AlsoGin
h. ase, Cotton-press, Negro Cabins, Stables, Ac , Ac .There
are two fine cisterns and 3 never failing ponds. -
The neighborhood one of the best in the itc ; churches
and schools convenient. '' : 4-
Address me at Clinton. Miss. - -
E. T. HENRY.
July 1,1866. W-m.
RALEIGH, N. C WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1856-
T ROR .SPRUtG TRADEWIS
JLi SALE AND RETAIL. We rasnectfullv inform onr
friends and tbe public that we have in store a large and most
excellent Stock of Leather and Findings, for the Spring
Trade, which we will sell as low as any other establishment
South of New York, and for less nrice than thev can be had
even there, expenses of travelling, freight, Ac., considered.
ah ot our purchases Having been made trom tne impor
ters and Manufacturers by the whole case or package, and
the advantage of receiving Leather regularly from our own
Tannery, places it in our power to sell Goods as above stat
ed. Those who wish to buy cannot lose by giving oar stock
an examination, and we believe we shall be able to please,
both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate some of
the leading articles viz :
zu aozen ot urawlord s uau SKins itms maxer naa me
premium awarded to him at the World s Fair held in
London in 1851 A
40 dozen French Skins, best quality,
Art u A : si-ie en.:..:.
90 " Lininer and Bindintr Skins.
10 " Morocco Skins.
800 Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Sole Leather,
00 " Band Leather.
Lasts. Boot-Trees. Shoo 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
Saddlerv. F. A. & R. H. FORD.
N. B. We nav the hiahest nrice in cash for Green and
Dried Hides delivered to' us at our Store.
Petersburg, May 5, 1352. tf.
One Price Jewelry Store.
MYERS & JANKE,
DEALERS IS
Fine Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles,
SILVER WARE, &c.
NO. MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired.
October 4, 1855. 81 ly
R. DOBBIN,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
HAS REMOVED HIS SHOP TO THE HOUSE FOR
merly occupied by Mrs. Hardieas a confectionary, on
Fayetteville street, opposite the Market House, where "he is
now prepared to execute ail orders in bis line ot business.
He has on hand a stock of excellent leather, and will war
rant all work done by him. He returns his thauks for past
favors, and will endeavor to merit a cont inuance of them.
Zp Remember the old stand of Mrs. Hardie.
Raleigh, Jan. 7, 1W6. 8 tf.
DLANK LAND DEEDS, OF THE LATEST AND
JLP nost approved form, just printed, and for sale at the
" Standard" office.
Also Writs. Subpoenas. Warrants, and a variety of other
Dianas.
Aug. 25, 185.". 79
T"OTICE. Was taken up and committed to Jail, in
x v tne county ot isasn, on June sain, 1854, a negro
man, who says his name is TOM, and belongs to the heirs
ot JJiuy rosters, deceased, loin, trom bis appearance
seems to be about twenty-live years of age, black complex
ion, anu nas more man au orainarv space between two ot-
his under teeth. The owner is requested to come forward.
pay prison charges and take him away, or he will be dis
posed oi accoraing to taw. a. if. UAi.rs,
Aug. l wti. Mieritt.
FIRST PREMITTM I SMUT AND SCREEN
ING MACHINE, YOUNG'S PATENT. IMPORTANT
TO MILLERS AND MILL OWNERS. This Machine re
ceived the first premium at the North Carolina State Pair,
and was recommended t the public as the Ifst now in use in
thefttatc. Seven hundred of themarcnewrunninirin orth
Carolina, all of which arc now in operation and have eiven
the most entire satisfaction, in reimrd both to performance
and durability, some having run six years and perform as
well now as tbey did at nrst, and bave not been out ot order
one day. We have thrown out ten different Smut Machines
to make room lor tnis. l hey arc warranted tor nve vears
and delivered at the Mill any wbere in tbe state.
Alanulactured and sold by
JNO. A. McMANNA .
South Lowell, Orange County, Jf. C.
April 1R. 1854. 41 tf
if Gut this advertisement out and keep it.
TTOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
XV seil low acres ot laud, in Johnston County, near
Leachburg. There will be a credit given of one, two, and
three years, purchaser giving bond with good security.
A. J. 1A(;U.
Leachburg, April 2S ,18'G. 46 swtf.
Book Binding.
JOHN II. DeCARTERET & SON.
RALEIGH, N. C.
t RE STILL CARRYING ON THE BOOK BINDING
m. business in all its branches at the old stand over
"Turner s N. C. Bookstore.
Their increased facilities will citable them to execute the
binding of Periodicals, Newspapers, Music, ic, with promp-
nesn auu aispaicu, ai sew x on; prices,
t Books sent to them fro any part of the Slate, with di
rections, will bv ly jnd in any style desired, boxed and sent
back without dcluv. Address
JNO. U. DeCARTERET k SON,
Raleigh, N. C.
April 25, 185 45 tf.
rtHEWING TOBACCO. THOSE WHO ARE
fond of theircz, and have not chewed our Tobacco,
are missing a great treat. It is generally believed we have
tbe best in town. (Jail and m a quid al
PESCUD & GATLING'S.
J EGARS & TOBACCO of the finest quality
!-
ways on band at the Drug More ot
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, N. C, April 13th, 185C. 41
INSANE ASYLUM.
mTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT APART-
11 ments are now ready for the reception of 40 patients,
in the Asylum.
Those who bave charge of the insane, and desire to place
them in the institution, will anolv to the Physician and
Superintendent, E. C. Fisher, at ilaleigh, before bringing
tbe patient to the institution.
The Board of Directors refer to the 6th chanter. 17th
section (page 86) of Revised Code, for the legal require
ments necessary to be complied with, in order to ensure
admission ot state (or indigent) patients.
For the admission of paying patieuts, reference is made
to 20th section of same chapter, page 8s, of Revised Code.
As all State patients are required to undergo examina
tion as to their insanity, previous to admission, such exam
ination will be held at Raleigh, wbere some of the members
of the Board are to be fouud.
The Sheriffs of the several Counties will please notice
the requirements of the 14th section of the 6th chapter, in
relation to their duties as connected with tbe law.
It is expected that apartments for a large number of pa
tients will be finished in the course of a few weeks, as the
work upon them is now being prosecuted as rapidly 1
cumstances will admit. Notice of their readiuess w
ascir-
will be
given through the public press.
CHAS. L. HINT0N,
G. W. MORDECAI,
THOS. D. HOGG,
Ex. Committee of Board of Directors.
Raleigh, March 1, 1856. 80 tf.
II
OCSE AND LOT FOR SALE. THE PROP
repair: the bouse is nearly new. with six good rooms, and
out houses iu good order: and what is very desirable, an
excellent well of water. It is a very desirable residence for
a family, being in a good neighborhood. The property
must be sold. Those who wish to buy can have an oppor
tunity of buying cheap. The house can be seen by apply
ing to Mrs. Ramsay or to myself. Possession given to suit
the convenience 01 the purchaser.
JOHN C. PALMER, Adm'r.
Raleisrh, June 14, 1856. 69 swtf
NORTH-CAROLINA BONDS.
Office or thk Atlantic ft N. C. R. R. Co., 1
Newbbbk. April 19. 1856. I
-RfcTORTH CAROLINA STATE! BONDS, (500 ft
la l(XKi.l can he obtained from Pulaski Cowner. Eso.
who is the authorized agent of this Company for the sale
of said Bonds in the City of Raleigh.
Irtuiu t irarpffnon
SJ ,1 U11L
Frest. At. and N. C. R. R. Co.
April 29. 1856. 46 tt.
mjOTICE. I OFFER FOR SALE TWO VALUA-
BLE plantations in the county of Jones. These plan
tations adioin and contain from 8 to 4000 acres, of which
12 to 1500 are cleared ; they lie two miles south of Trent
river an t 20 trom JNewbern ; will be sold together or sepa
rate ; terms made easy.
For further information address the subscriber at Pol-
locksville. N. C. JOSEPH WHITTY.
August 19, 1856. 78 3m.
TNSANE ASYLUM. ORDERED BY THE BOARD
Jl of Commissioners or tbe liuratic Asylum that nereaiier
those persons who desire to visit this Institution must 010
so on Thursday of every week only Visitors in any other
dav will not be able to gain admittance into the Institution.
nn'iess provided with a written permission from one of th
uommisstoners or trom tne aiienaing r uysiui.u. xi. is uw
directed by the Commissioners that all persons should ah.
Btain from walking or riding, either for pleasure or exer
cise, through the Asylum grounds or around tbe Asylum
buildings, as such things are sources of annoyance and dis
traction to tne patients 01 tne insiiiuuon.
Raleigh. July 17.1856. 68 wt
GREEN8BOROU6H MUTUAI. 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 the Company entitled to such profits
as may be realized from an accumulated Premium i und,.
and from the large amount of Deposits in the Trust De
partments oi tne (Jompany, which are Kept astiveiy 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
nioaeraie rate ot premium.
Deposits of money received in the Trust Department
the operation of which is that of a Savina's 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 fonrand not exceeding six months; and 5 percent,
for any time over six mouths.
Pamphlets containing full and particular information'
forwarded to any required address.
U. r. WE1K, see. a ireas.
Greensborough, N. C. September 1, 1854. 87 Iy.
SIDNEY A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SMITHFIELD.N.C,
Will attend reeularly the Courts of Pleas A Quarter Ses
sions of Wake, Johnston, Cumberland and Harnett.
Smilbheld. t eb. 20. 1856. 28 tt.
LEWIS KING,
Commission Merchants,
MOBILE, ALABAMA.
B. B. Lewis, formerlv of Franklin Co., N. C.
Dr. Peyton Kino, of Pickens Co., Ala.
A. M. Lewis, our authorized agent of Raleigh, N. C.
June 6, 1854. 58
A. M. LEWIS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
MAY BE FOUND, WHEN NOT ABSENT ON PRO
FESSIONAL BUSINESS, at his office near his resi
dence north of the Capitol, on Halifax Street.
lialeigh, July 11. ltivb. tie it.
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. 1'. Keeps also constantly on band 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 li, 18of. 17
CARROLL HOUSE,
CHESTERVILLE, S. C.
T1
IHAT LARGE AND SPLENDID THREE STORY
Building on the east side of Chester Depot, is now
open for tbe accommodation of persons travelling by the
Cars, or otherwise. The Proprietor is well aware, that
.i f - li i i : 1 1 : 1 .
noiuiiig suuri tn u weii-&upi iiuuae, win luuuce cuswiii iv
this so recently gotten up ; and although very solicitous of
patronage, he refrains trom those thousand and one prom-
T 1 1. l 1 1 . I . - I 1 t I .
ises niut'u nave ueen inaiie, uuiv 10 uo uru&tsu uy many oi
his "illustrious predecessors."
He confidently hopes, that he will be sustained, and upon
trial give that satisfaction and accomodation to the wearied
traveller, that will send him on his way rejoicing.
J. is. UAUUULLb
Feb. 25, 1856. 29 tf.
HEAP WRAPPING PAPERS. I AM NOW
manufacturing at my mills near Raleigh wrapping pa
per of various kinds and of superior quality, and am pre
pared to furnish the merchants of North Carolina and ad
joining States with such as they may need, at cheaper rates
than tbe same quality can dc bought at tne norm, au or
ders promptly attended to. Address,
u. w. Js&aiviiijT, rropnetor.
Raleigh, N. C.
RAGS I RAGS I! RAGS II!
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR COT.
TON and linen rags. Large or small quantities takeu
C. W. B.
Raleigh, April 1, 1856. 88 ra.
ITIAKEN UP AND COMMITTED TO THE JAIL OF
M. Person Couuty, on bunday the 0th instant, a runaway
negro who says he is free, but cannot show any evidence of
the fact, and i'eat his name is William Mavo, and that he
was raised about Greenville, Virginia. Said negro is about
twenty-one years old, of a bright ginger-cake color, hve feet
eight inches high, with small feet and hands; had on, when
taken up, while pants, bombazine coat, and a striped cotton
vest, all badly worn. The owner of said slave is hereby
notified to come forward, provn property, pay charges, or
ne win ne aeau wun as ine law airecis.
JOHN C. WILEY, Jailor.
Roxboro', Jan, 10, 185C. 20 tf.
T AMP OIL. A GOOD SUPPLY JUST TO HAND
MA and for sale by
PESCUD & GATLING.
March 17, 18."fi.
T AN
MJ FE1
SUBSCRIBER OF
'ERS for sale two hundred and seventy-live acres of
land, situated seven miles east from bmitbbeld, Johnston
Cor.ntv, two miles from Neusc River and four from tbe
Central Railroad. A portion of the land is cleared aud
fenced. It is well adapted to the cultivation of corn. oats.
and the usual crops. The part uncleared is well timbered
witt. oak and pine. Ihe pines bave never been boxed, it
will be sold on tbe most accommodating terms. Those
wishing to buy would do well to examine the Land.
Address tbe owner, Newton urove, JN. u.
E. A. BIZZELL.
April 25th, 1856. 44 swHni.
-TO7HITE LEAD AND OIL. WE OFFER FOR
W V sale, at low rates,
10,000 pounds White Lead of various brands,
500 gallons Linseed Oil,
fcoO Spts. Turpentine,
100 " Copal and Japan Varnish,
100 ' Cotton Seed Oil,
500 lbs. Venetian Red,
500 Spanish Brown,
300 " Litharge.
200 " Pa . Black,
200 " Tcrade Sceiua,
200 ' Umber,
500 " Yellow Ochre,
100 " Vandyke Brown.
And a large stock of all tbe usual kinds of paint used here.
Our stock is replenished from week to week to supply the
demand, and our prices compare favorably with those
charged in Petersburg, Norfolk and Wilmington.
rnoii u u et uAiiartu-.
March 17, 1856. 84
RALEIGH & GASTON RAILROAD.
Raleigh & Gaston R. R. Office,
RVlbicb, February 8, 1856. J
AS THE NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD IS NOW
completed to Charlotte, notice is hereby given that
goods or produce brought down that Road, intended for
transportation over tne tiaieign uaston Kaiiroad, win oe
received by this Company at the North Carolina Railroad
Depot in Raleigh (owned jointly by the two Companies)
and will be transported thence without delay or extra
charge, and goods designed for the western merchants and
others along that Road, will likewise be delivered at the
same point.
Ail dues tor treignt must oe pain at retersDurg or rorts
mouth, except on way freight, which must be paid in ad
vance or on delivery of the goods.
Every effort will be made by the officers and agents of
the Company to give satisfaction in the transportation of
goods and produce.
Owners and shippers of goods are requested to have them
distinctly marked, so that their destination may be known.
n. a. xxAJU.xiiiu.n, rresiaent.
25 tf.
f 1,000 Re
"kN THE 7TH OF JUNE .IE
jurd.
6, WAS STOLEN OUT
W of tbe foot of my Rockaway a carpet bag containing
clothing. Jewelry, and valuable papers to the amount ot
25 ir 80 thousand dollars. I will give the above reward
for tbe contents of said Carpet Bag, or f 800 for the delivery
of the papers therein contained. W. H. NEWBY.
Washington, June 20, 1856. 62 sw3m.
A HOMESTEAD FOR 910.
310,000 worth of Farms and Building Lots.
IN THE GOLD REGION OF VIRGINIA (CULPEP
PER Co.,) to be divided amongst 10,200 subscribers, on
the 17th of September, 1856, for the benefit of Port Royal
Female Academy. S ubscriptions only ten dollars each : one
half down, the rest on the delivery of the Deed. Every
subscriber will get a Building Lot or a Farm, ranging in
value from $10 to $25,000. These Farms and Lots are sold so
cheap to induce settlements, a sufficient number being re
served, the increase in tbe value of which will compensate
for tbe apparent low price nowasked.--
I2f" More Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers, to
whom the most liberal inducements will be given. Some
Agents write that they are making $2o0. per month. Ad
vertising will be done for every Agent where possible. For
full particulars, Subscriptions, Agencies, ftc apply to
E. BAUDER, Port Royal, Caroline Go Fa.
Jane 80; 1856. --w. "i -v"" ."r '-"68 swtd.
: : ii
FOR THE SICK.- BlCE FLOUR, FARINA, CORN
Starch, Tapioca., Sagot Arrow. Boot, and.Gelaline, in
store and for sale byi-. . i -i-
,VWILLIAMS HAYWOOD.
No. 86
ENGINEERING.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
plans, specifications, and estimates, and to contract for
TEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST
MILLS, MINING MACHINERY, HOISTING, AND
PUMPING ENGINES, TOBACCO PRESSES AND
SCREWS, AND . .
Machinery of Every Description. -Being
a practical Machinist, and havimr had seven years
experience in North Carolina, I am fully aware of the wants
f the people, and I can safely say that my facilities for for
mshing good Machinery at fair prices are unsurpassed. I
will pay particular attention to putting up any machinery
in any part of the States of North and South Carolina.
Agent for McClintock's patent Safety Valve, and Snntt'a
patent Brick Machine, Ar. Ac.
fc Ail letters to receive attention must be post-paid.
HENRY G. BRUCE,
Consulting Engineer,
Raleigh, N.C.
GREENSBOROUGH MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
At the end of Three Years, such has Wn tha mr !
economy of the officers of this Company, that we are still
free from debt ; bave made no assessments and have 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 tbe Western part of the State, where
uic uaugci lluui ui v is iuiiuu less. - , .,
At the last annual Meeting- the folImrinr nffimn Won.
elected. .
JAMES SLOAN, President
S. G. COFFIN, Vice President.
C, P. MENDENHALL, Attorney.
PETER ADAMS, Sec'y k Treasurer.
W. H. CCMM1NG, Gen. Agent.
DIRECTORS. Jan. Sloan. Dr. J. A Xfoh.no fl T
Mendenball, Wm. 8. Run .Rev. C. F. Deems, James M.
Garret, Jed H. Lindsay, -n McConnel, E. W. Ogburn, J.
L. Cole, D. P. Weir, Greensi ugh ; E. F. Lilly, Wades
borotigh, Dr. S. G. Coffin, Jan. wn: Joshua Tavloe,
nasningion; wm. A. Wright, Wu.. i gton ; John I. Sha
ver, Salisbury ; John H. Cooke, Fayetteville; H.G.Spruill,
Plymouth ; Robert E. Troy, Lumberton ; Dr. R. H. Scales,
Lenox Castle.
All communications should be directed to the Secretary
tree of Postage. PETER ADAMS s.V
August 6, 1854. 75 tf
STEAMER ASTORIA,
For Portsmouth and Beanfort.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
THE SPLENDID LOWPRESSURE STEAMER AS-
lORIA, M. M. GRAY, Master, ha vine been thorough
ly repaired aud new Machinery nut iu her. will commence
her regular trips for the season on SATURDAY, July 5th,
mm win ruu ine loiiowing schedule:
Leave Washington on Saturday mornings at 6 o'clock, A
M.. for Portsmouth and Beaufort.
Leave Beaufort oa Monday mornings at 6 o'clock, A. M.,
for Portsmouth and Washinotmi.
Leave Washington on Tuesday mornings at 6 o'clock, A.
M., for Portsmouth and Beaufort.
Leave Beaufort on Wednesday mornings at 6 o'clock, A.M.,
for Portsmouth and Newbern.
Lea7e Newbern on Thursday mornings at 6 o'clock, A. M.,
for Portsmouth and Beaufort.
Leave Beaufort on Friday mornings at 6 o'clock, A. M., for
x-onsmourn and Washington.
Fare from Washington to Portsmouth, $ 2 50
Fare " " Beaufort, 4 00
Fare from Newbern " Portsmouth, it 50
Fare " - Beaufort, 4 00
MEALS EXTRA.
Passengers will be landed at Portsmouth or Beaufort
without extra charge.
Persons wishiner to e-o to Portsmouth or Beanfort. via
Washington, can take the Stage on the plankroad leading
irom it usou, (a station on the Wilmington and Weldon
Railroad, to Green ville.and thence bv Steamboat to Wash
ington. There will be two daily lines of Stages and also
ora ooais on lue Kiver.
B F HANKS.
Washington, N. C, June 12, 1856. ' 62 swtOl.
IRVINGS WASHINGTON, VOL. Ill, READY
for delivery to subscribers, at POMEROY'S.
June 2b, isott. 63 sw.
n ERFUMERY AND SOAPS. PESCUD
MT GATLING'S Drug Store is the place to get the most
rfagrant Perfumery aud Emolient Soaps of every variety
or a nine money.
INSANE ASYLUM OF N. C. THE BOARD OF
Directors, not being provided with the necessary funds
for the support of the Institution, hare found it necessary
to aaopt toe loiiowing resolution, ana ordered tbe oupenn
tendant to have the same published:
Resolved, That hereafter all officers bringing County pa
tients to this Institution must be furnished with three
month) pay in advance, for board, Ac, at tbe rate of three
aonars per week.
Raleigh. June 30. 1856. 65 swSm,
t3? Register, Wilmington Commercial, Edenton Ameri
can, Fayetteville Carolinian, Asheville Spectator, Salisbury
Banner, copy and send accounts to E. C. Fisher, Super't.
ORANGE HOTEL. THE SUBSCRIBERS HAV
ING purchased the above Hotel of R. Nichols, Esq.,
are now repairing aud refurnishing, and will speedily hare
it completed in such a manner as to give satisfaction to all,
even the most fastidious. Tbey 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 tbe handsomest street in the town, of
fers inducements to the visitors and sojourner which cannot
be found elsewhere in the place. Our rooms, table and sta
bles will accommodate both man aud horse, with tbe most
comfortable home.
We shall keep no bar.
Families and persons wishing to snend 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 ft CO.
Hillsboro', N. C, June 20, 1856. 61 swtf.
THE KNUCKLE WASHING MACHINE,
WITH 200 FLOATING BALLS,
MADE AND SOLD BY THE SUBSCRIBER, OWN
ER of the Patent Right in tbe Counties of Johnston,
Wake, Person, Caswell, Alamance and Orange, N. C. All
orders addressed to me at Hillsborough will be promptly
emended to. ALEX'R DICKSON.
Also, for sale by James M. Towles, Raleigh, N. C.
July 5, 1856. 1182 wtf.
Turnip Seed.
EARLY FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP, LARGE GLOBE,
English Norfolk, and Ruta Baga, just received at the
Drug Store of WILLIAMS ft HAYWOOD'S.
Raleigh, July 28, 1856. 72
KEMP P. BATTLE,
Attorney and Connsellor at Law,
Fayxttbvillb St., Ralkigh, N. C. -Will
attend tbe Courts of Wake and Franklin, and the
Terms of the Supreme and Federal Courts.
July 1,1856. 66 tf.
fST Register copy.
SPLENDID CIGARS. 50,000 CIGARS OF VA
9 RIO US brands in store, and for sale very low at
wholesale and retail.
If yon want a good cigar at a small price be sure to give
ns a call.
PESCUD 4 GATLING.
NOTICE.
-V7ALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. THE SUB-
V SCRIBER, desirous of moving to Arkansas now offers
his two separate tracts of land for sale, viz : the heme tract,
containing two hundred and fifty acres, it being in the
County of Granville on the waters of Ledge of Rock Creek,
adjoining the lands of J. J. Clark, Solomon Perry and oth
ers, four miles north of Fish Dam Bridge, directly on the
road leading from uxioro to unapei mil, witn agooa awei
limr house and all necessary outhouses. It is well adapted
to the growth of corn, wheat and tobacco, with firstrate
water .n the yard, and a never failing well in the horse lot
Tbe other tract containing two hundred and thirty-four
acres on the waters of Cedar Creek, near Neuse River, and
adjoining the lands of Aaron Shearott and others. This
land is well .timbered, with about one . hundred acres
cleared. It is a firstrate tract of land well adapted to
the growth of tobacco, corn and wheat. Any person or
persons wishing to buy, wouia ao wen to come ana look
lor themselves. -
THOMAS B- MOORE.
July 11, 1856. ...... 67 swtOl.
;; MANTEO MILLS. !
THIS VALUABLE PROPERTY, SITUATED ON
Nease River, in tbe county of Wake, will be offered
for sale, positively, at tne Ciourt House in Kaieign, 01
Thursday, the 16 th October next. - 1
The property contains all necessary buildings and fix
turesfor Paper, Grist, and Saw Mill, and: baa unbounded
command of water. -V-Vr'.Xv: . -
A more particular description Is deemed unnecessary, as
persons desiring to purchase will of course wish to see the
property, which will be shown by a person residing on the
premises. . ' " - '
Terms, whichwill be liberal, made known ondayofaaU.
uaaouetea title win oe mane 10 me paroaaaera.- : j
ir V; i ;- . . GEO. Mr. MORDECAI; u
.r"'"''y- .For.selfajidothare,
Raleigh, Jnly.84,1858. , Tl-fwtd.
AT. AT) OIL.-IN PINT AND
SUPERIOR
COD'LIYEB QI L A MUBStt Burrux
Rushtooa'asd Simes in itora. j
. WILLIAMS HAXWUUU.
1TJOTAI
1L low by
ASBr-lOtKt POUNDS POT ASH FOB SALS
PESCUD ft GATtfHG.
March 17. 1856V
spring cixminrcr.
WE HAVE NOW OPENED OUR ENTIRE SPRING
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING and FURN
ISHING GOODS.' Onr assortment is targe, em&ractng
every variety of strie, that -all who. call may MsappMad on
he moat tavorabl tares.,!, . . j
in making up onr goods, ine most improved nuoiona,
neatness of manufacture, durability, Ac, have been ob
served, that none need fear gettingfany bnt the best dothes
from our establishment. Call andexaiiiine. -
. -- W. H. WILLIAMS, Agt-
I (Successor to Ii: L.
Fayettett,
IK THE NEW ARRANGEMENT, THE CASH AND
six month system will be strictly adhere Ui; this-will
enable us to sell the better bargainala4 alljwho makebills
will, be required to pay ute 1st 01 Jury ana is 01 juurj.
April 16, 1856.
U . MCPBBBTBBS, B. .CHI8BUK. . J. W. UsittTUt
A. M. MePHEETERS, CO.
Wholesale Groecirs,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WOW Warehmu.r
Norfolk, Vx. ."- :
REFERENCES: '
Thomas P. Dbtbredx, Esq., Halifax, N. C. .
Gko. W. Mokpbcai, Pres't Bank of the State of N. C.
C. Dbwkt, Cashier ..
W. H. Jones, Cashier Bank of Cape Fear.
L. O'B. Branch, President Raleigh and Gaston Road.
Messrs. Reid ft Sautter, 1
Dr. N. C. Whitehead, VXarfolk.
Pres't Farmer's B'k of Va. )
Alex. Bell, Esq.
Messrs. Spence ft Bcid, Baltimore. . ., ,
" B. Blossom ft Son, Xew tort. . ,
September 16, 1863. ' ' 73
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOODl
Connsellor and Attorney at Law,
aALKIOH. It.
Will attend the County and Knnerlor Conrta nt Wako.
Johnston. Chatham and New Hanover. He ia to he fbnnJ
at tbe offieo formerly occupied by the lata Hon. WHI. II.
uaywooa, jr.
Raleigh, January 8, 1854. , 16 wftsw6m.
Thomas White, P. R. Davis, :V: W. H. Hard.m
WHITE, DAVIS fte HARDEE,
General Commission Merchants; anal Dealers
in Guano,
PETERSBURG, VA
Sept420, 1855.
&.CHLOSS & BROTHER TAKE PLEASURE
in announcing to the citisens of Raleigh, vicinity, and
tbe public in general, that they have changed their firm by
taking iu as a Partner Mr. M. G RAPS MAN, who will be:-,-after
attend on the CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISH
ING STORE, iu all its branches All orders will rece vo
strict attention. Any garment sent, for will be finished
and forwarded to its destination within eight days.
All sizes of Coats, Pants; Vests, 4c, constantly kept up
by our own original merchant tailoring establishment of
Joseph Schioss ft Brother, coiner of Light and Mercer sts.,
Baltimore, Md.
We have now on hand and are constantly receiving an
extensive assortment of Ready madeclnthln for the spring
and summer, also Hats, Boot ft Shoes, and every thing
in the line of gentlemen's wear, which we are selling very
cheap, as we can afford to do, because we manufacture onr
own clothing and shoes. Give us a call and be convinced.
SCULOSS, BROTHER ft Co.
Raleigh, May 8, 1856. 48 tf.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
J. HAVENS HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH
T.
him Mr. M. M. MALLON. p rcirtal operator for
many years of the celebrated Whitehuist premium Galleft ,
Baltimore, Md., and latterly of Wilmiugton, N. 0., for lie
purpose of carrying on the Daguerreaa and Photographic
business in all its various branches under the firm of
HAVENS ft MALLON ; they are happy to announce to
the citizens of Raleigh that tl'cy have completed arrange
. ments with a gentleman in Philadelphia, - one of the brst
artists in the Union, to color Photographs either in water
or oil colors.
Daguerreotypes of Children taken by a .new process ia
from 3 to 5 seconds.
T. J. HAVENS,
M. M. MALLON.
Raleigh, April 8, 1856. . , 40 tf.
RftTOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBER OBTAINED A IK
11 MINISTRATION of the estate of the late Joseph B.
G. Roulhac at February term, 1856, of Wake County Court,
and requests all persons indebted to the said intestate to
make immediate settlement and payment, and requires all
' those having claims against the estate to present them
within the time limited by law. In the absence of the sub
scriber Mr. Albert Simmons is authorized to make settle
ments. He will be found at the store lately occupied bv
tbe doe'd, a here the books will be kept. The subscriber
will also rent, until the 10th of November next, the front
room over tbe store occupied by Dr. E. B. Haywood, as an
Apothecary Shop, and the two rooms in the office on the
north-east corner of Mrs. Boulliae's lot. -
THOMAS BUFFIN, Adm'i .
Feb. 22,1856. . . , .fffiC
170R BUSINESS MEN. SUITS OF CASSIMESE
m. and Marseilles, just received.
W-
H. WILLIAMS, Ag-.
48
April 16, 1856.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO
furnish all kinds of machinery in his lino, of lira verv
latest and most improved styles to wit; Mill gearing';
solid master and skeleton spur wheels and trandlus; cir
cular saw mills, complete ; thrashing, machines from two
to eight horse power, also GarlingUnVs late improved ps'ent
thrasher; shingle machiues; smut machines, warranted
equal to any now in use; all kinds of turning plows, fub
soil, Thompson's late improved iron plows; all kind, of
Tobacco Presses ; repairing brass taps; mill screws. .Gam
ming and straightening Circular Sans, Ac. He think li s
two horse power machine is smierior to anything that has
been offered to the public. With fifteen years pract nal
experience, he flatters himself that he is competent to finish
his work in the very best workman-like style, and all ho
asks is a trial to satisfy his customers. All orders thank
fully received and promptly attended to. He willdraw
drafts or give any instruction that may be needed iu lif
ting up any of his machinery. . .. !
His address, Milton, N. C. ; his foundry and shops, lour
miles South of that place. . r -.
N. B. The price of his smut machine is $75, at tbe shop ;
his two horse thrashing ntachiug is worth $185; all other
work as low as can be afforded.
J. J. YARBROUGH.
June Oth, 1856. ' . - -.. . 58 sw6m.
PORTRAITS ! PORTRAITS X t
THE SUBSCRIBER CONTINUES TO PAINT J'OK
TRAITS at his Gallery in Raleigh, both from life
and daguerreotype pictures, and in either case pledges him
self to give satisfactory likenesses upon .very ntodcrate
terms...
If you have a daguerreotype likenessof a dead friend whom
you loved aud would like to obtain a life-size portrait from
the same, send tbe picture to Raleigh (by mail orosberwise)
and you shall be accommodated. The subscriber has, iu
connection with his Portrait Gallery, a -
Daguerreaa Gallerr
also, where, with an excellent light, "quick working'' cam
eras, Ac, he flatters himself he can produce as Arte a da
guerreotype portrait at eon be desired.
Gallery on Fayetteville street, over the store of Samuel
Young, Esq.
Visitors respectfully invited and patronage solicited.
O. P. COPELAND.
F. S The subscriber will visit the country when desired
to do so for the purpose of painting family portraits,
Raleigh, June 12. lt55. 611 swlf
Charleston Medical Jonrnal anal Review.
(7. HAPPOLDT, M. !., Editor asp PnaiSHwa.
THIS JOURNAL IS ISSUED ON THE FIRST OF
every alternate month.", Each number comprises one
hundred and forty-four ociavd pages, and contains, a Steel
Fngraceil Port-rait of a distinguished Medical man.
The volume begins with tbe January, and is completed
with the November issue. "It will thus contain six Port raits
and eight hundred and sixty ftmr pages of reading tmatter.
TERMS; 'f. , . '
H00 per annum, in adcaucr, which entitles the nlHcii
bcr to receive his numbers fuse or postage. $3,00 if pay
' ment is delayed until the end of tbe year. Subscription 10
begin with the January or Jnjy Bombers. '
Specimen numbers sent on application. -Persons
wishing to subscribe should address ns by letter,
enclosing ti, which will be at our risk if the letter, is reg
istered. ' '
C. HAPPOLDT, M. D.,
' r " -'. Charleston, S. C.
: July 8, 185C. ,x . ... .. . C&fwst.
LENNS VERBEN A AND MUSK WATERS.
The most popular and refreshing Toilet articles for
warm weather. Also' Bar Emu, Cologne Extracts, Hair
r washes, Soaps, Pomatwn's Brushes,. Combs, fto, Ac., in
great variety at the Drug Store of
. WILLIAMS ft HAYWOOD'S.
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r TriW Ut Line ofFonr Horse Post taoabes
from Saliabnry to AaheriUe, tnrongh ia thir-
PWNECTING WITH THE NO??TH CARDL1NA
Iji-fiailroad. Having purchased the linetroo ftabeille
toMorganton, I have stocked the road, with good Jlois a
and experienced and aecommodating drivera. Also m is;
Concord two horse Coaches. After the 15th of "Marsh, we
will leave Asbeville on Tuesdays, Thursdaysauii Sknr
days connecting at Morgmnton with my nasi OF fJmr
Borse Coaehes. : --. :o fv.' -t
; No pains or expanse will be aparea to soaka ttiis-tjbn most
pcmfortable and expeditious a stage road ia the State. Try
the roadahd judge , for Toonelves. 7.
, C. . BROWirJ1 onlftitor.
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