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v w! O1 THE UNITED STATES.
LAWS v. .,((l nirtu-Foarth Congress.'
Jaed
Vnr
inhl shments. per s . . 4u.,j ,inii,.ra-
eighteen hundred ' onT hundred and
For interest on ) ?n " . . th vaU,e f fifty-
twenty dollar, . - .-j.-dnkrv. eighteen
'" ta nineteenth Jannaro, e poteen hnndrrf and
thirty eight, three thousand four hunched and fifty-six dol-
larS OTTOES AXD MISSOUniAS : ; '
ForSeeond of tl.e fart.lt;.
orctherw se. per tonnn arucie j '"""t:;.
Kred .d fifty f.n;r, rty"idi
teen I
For seco'
second of teo nisiainiisnis y i -
enth aiticletreary n fc;
do?Sifor b.acktd.
or fi""1" ' . , f per seventh article rreaty
SZdi hundnd fifty four, nine tai
dFor 2iSdRfdS. "stalmenls for fanner, per seventh ntv
tick iSy fifteenth Martn, eighteen hundred and fifty-four
'X OXTOWAs''aKD DHIPPEWAS OF MICHIGAN
fcorravinena of the present jnst indebtedness of Mid In-.
dians, in accrdance with the last amendment of said Indi
ans, hi accordance with the last amendment of the benatc
to he fir..t aittcle .f the treaty of thirty hrst July, eigh
teen bnndred and fifty five, forty thousand dollars
For first of ten eiual annual Instalments for edncat u.nal
purposes, to qe expended under the dtrecti en of the 1m m
SenT, alcordinp to the wishes of the Indians so r..r w may
be reSble and jnst, per second article of the treat t
ty first July,' Ugbteen hundred and fifty five, eight thou
"nFodr1firsiofSfive annual amJ
p'en.entsand carpenter's lools, h.aisel.ol, m ii . r .. and
fcuilding materialscattle, abor, and noewwry nn fiij ar
tide per second article of the tieaty nt thnn-nrM Jul,
dghteen nimdred and fifty five, 'f,
. T.-.M- first instalment tor the support of lout blackMiiiin
Lh Kn article ofthe traaty th.rty-
fifthJuiv. eWenEandrcdand fifty five, four thousand
TJrtJtotdiriBtedPC.pV
vinn-annuilics per second article of the tieaty of "ly
WlFwX" aDd uft-r five' tea tho
dFoHnterest on two hundred and ninety six thousand dol
lar! urn ud part of the princial sum of three hundred and
rixVoXnddlars.for oneyeiir.at five per centum per
annuXu,' be dis,r?bted pecap-tn, in the usual manner of
naA-in.' annuities, per second article of the treaey ot tlniij
iSt JnlT e"gl,teeundred and fifty fve, fourteen thous
and right bundled dollurs . . ,. nffnrn.
For first of ten equal an-nuaK.Mum.u.., 7
er irti
Kiver
Julv.,
aU :Z for the Ottowas and tbippevvas of chipinift be
expi ndeu until the assent ot s-aid Indians to the benate a
mradinenta to said treaty shall 1 tiwt be obtametl
Teiiiiier. e:sriiitcu niimnv ...... , - . , ,
1 ..:u.
treaty of the seventeenth September, eighteen nunurea ann
eigateen, and fourth awice ofthe treaty ot twenty-ninth
August, eightnn hundred and twiuty-oue, two thousaud
six hucdred d.llais ) y-Yi
For agricultural implements, .hiring Ihe pleasure of the
President, er fourth article treaty ninth October, eighteen
hundred and thirty three, one thousand dollais
'l'OTTAWAlOMltS
For permanent annuity in silver, per fourth article trea
ty third August, seventeen hundred and mnety-tive, one
thousand dollars
For rem antnt annuity in silver, per th.rd article treaty
thirt eih S pltu.ber, eighteen bur.di.d and nn.t, fcve hun
dred dollars
For peiiiiar.ent annuity 111 stiver, per inuu arueic
second October, e'ghieeu hundred as;d eighteen, two thou
sand five hundred dollars
For permanent annuitv in moaev.per second article trea
ty twentieth Septembereighteen hundred and twezitycight
two lh u.;md dollaif .
For permanent am.uity ii specie, per second article trea
ty twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine,
rixieen thousand dollars ,
For life annuity to chief, per article treaty twenlies.i
October, eighteen! hundred aud thirty two, two huudred
dollars ....
For life annuitv to chiefs, per third article treaty twon-y-six.h
September, eighteen hundred and thirty turee.sev
en hundred doliars
For education during the pleasure of Congress, per thir I
article trratv sixteenth OctbiT,e:gbtetn hundred and twen
ty six' second article treaty twentieth September, eighteen
hundred and twenty eight," and fourth article treaty twenty-seventh
October) eighteen hundred and thirtg two, five
thousand dollars
For permanent provisions for the payment of money, in
lieu of tobacco, iron, and steel, per second article treaiy
twentieth September, eighteen hundred an I twenty-eight,
and tenth article of the treaiy of the titth and seventeenth
June, eighteen hundred and forty six, three hundred dol
lars "
For permanent provision fsr fifty barrels of salt, per sec
ond article treaty twenty ninih Jely, eighteen huudred acd
twenty nine, two hundred and fifty doliars
For interest on six hundred and' forty three thousand dol
lars, at five per centum, per seventh article article of the
treaty of thehfth and seventeenth June, eighteen hundred
rnd forty six, thirty two tbonaund one hundred aud fifty
dollars
POTT AW ATOMIES OF IIUKON
For permanent annuity in m itity3or otherwise, pet sc
ond rrticle Ireatv seventeenth November, eighteen ltun led
nd seven, four hundred dollars
PITAPAWS
For education during the pleasure of lbs President pel
third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundrec and
thirty three, one thousand dollars
For blacksmith and assistant, shop and tools, and ron
and steel tor shop, during the plea uie ofthe Presldent.per
lhird article lrealy thirteenth May, eighteen huudred and
thirty three, one thousand ai;d sixty dollurs
For I'armar during the pleasure oi'the President, per third
artict treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty
teief .z hundred dollars
J, LlfiHing treaties negotiated eighteenth Forenibcr,
eigi-Itta hundred rnd fiftv four, with crtain bands of
C HA ST A, SCOl'ON ANiJ UMI'tjUA INDIANS
Tor second of fifteen instalments of annusty, to be ex
&nded as directed bv the Presidun', per tnird ariiclc Irea-
t eighteenth November, eighteen hundred aud fifty four,
two thousand dollars
For second of fifteen instalmcntr for the pay of a farmer
per fifth rrticle treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hun
dred aud fifty four, six huudred and fifty four, six hundred
. dollars
For second of five instalments for support af two smiths'
shops, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eigh
teen hundred aud gfty four, two thousand one hundred and
twenty dollurs
For second of ten instalments for pay of physician, med
icines, and expense of care of the sick, "per fifth article tiea
ty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred aud litty-ku,
one thousand sixty dolpirs
For second of fifteen instalments for pay of teachers and
purchase of books and slatsoi ery, per fifth article treaiy
eighteenth November, eighteen hundred aud fifty four, one
thuusacd two hundred dollars
ROGUE fCTERS
-For third of sixteen iiu.iUn cms in blanket , clothinir,
fj'.r ing utensils, and stock, per third article treaty tenth
September, eieoteen hundred and fifty thrte, two thousand
t and five hundred dollars
SACS AND FFPE3 OF MISSISSIPPI
For permanent annuity iu goods or otherwise, per third
article treaty third November, eighteen hundred and four,
one thousand dollars -
For twenty fifth of thirty instalments as annuity in spe
- cie, per thiad article treaty twenty -first September, eigh
teen hundred and thirtwo-two, twenty tnuusand dollars"
For twenty, fifth of thirty instalments for viinso.ith
fourth article treaty twenty first September, "eighteen hun
dred and thirty two, six bundled dollars
For twenty fifth of thirty ii staiments for iron and steel
for shop, per fourth artieie treaty twenty first September)
eighteen hundred and thirty two, two hundred and twen
ty dollars -.
For twejlty fifth of thirty his'ainienls forblatksmitqand
assistant, shop, and tools, per fourth urtie'e treaiy twenty
first September, eighteen bandied and thirty ;vo. ei"ht
hundred and forty dolian ' !
For twenty fifth of thirty instalments for iron and steel' !
for shop, perfomih i.i iuie tieatv swuitv tust September
eighteen hundred and tbirtwo, two Lm.dud aud twenty
dollars ; a-- '
For twenty fifth of thirty instalinenls for forty barrels of
salt and forty kegs . f tobacco, .per fourth article treaty
twenty first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two.
ten thousand dollars J ' 1
For interest on two hundred thousand dollars, at five per
centum, per second article treaty twentv-lirst October,
eighteen hundred and thirty seven, ten thousand dollars
i.'or interest on eight hundred thousand dollars at five
per centum, per second article treaty eleveutb Oetober.cigh- -teen
hundred and thirty seven, ten thousand dollars
. . SACS AND FOPES OF MISSIOUUI
fourhnnnrT- De bur'dred aud hjty seven thousand -t?on
f ?idIp do.1'a" at Uve Per, centum, under the diree-
-i per secouu article treats twenty first
tnous-
nsand dol-.'
bunded and fifty four : 6U --'" ""-V emeen
, SFNACAS. . .--
tor permanent annuity in specie, per fourth article trcat
For permanaut annuity in specie, per fourth article triatv
nor mil.er during the pleasure of the President per
ourth article treaiy twenty-eightl, February, eighteen hul!
drad and thnty-one, six hundred dollars. , B .
SEN EC AS OF NEW YORK.' . T
art n1fnrman w K,ity' in .'i f interest on stockper
dote' thir
at the tirtt oam.st y r -,. , ,. - -,-
- ivcn smith's' es-
nieetcen of twenty . --v
For thir proTMrttimi of the vcrm:mei.t annntties in mon
ey. e ds, or otherwise, payable under the fourth article of
tue trcatv of seventeenth Angust, seventeen hundred and
ninetv-tive, sicond article of the treaty t seventeenth ?o-
v,.,j,-,i r,i i vi-ii. lourin aiucie 01 mc
vuuoer. e fro I pen iim,fia.t . w ,Ki..
nd eight hundred and seventy dollars
w ,uc iu. iu lusiaiment upon forty-eight th"
lars. ner second artielu f,.T :i..-.i. , .
T?:i Vin"nn.of iiireitineat
saud dollars, at five per centum, per act of twenty-wventh
fuuu uoi " . 7. :i . -j
For Stterest at five per centum, pn Tony-toree
and fifty dollars, transferred Jtrom Ootanff ' "c :
Ullltea Wales lreasnrA, V. -
eighteen hundred and jorty-six, two thousand one hundred ;
and fiftv-two dollars and fiff cants. : " T
. , KFifirr ass. !!. SHAWNEES. - r
eih puaberVeighteen himdaed and eighteen,;;
ihT3li""Z. -.T istnnt. shon and tools, and -iron ,
f wWiiiKiit mmiihr in snpcie. nerionriu inun .-
aneahopiWthe PlP.
fourth article treaty, twentieth July, eighteen hundred
thalv-one, ona tnousana aua six.iv uimm.
, . - SHAWNEES.
For permanent annuity for edncational PT0
fourth article treaty third August, seventeen h'ored ana
ninety-five, and thiad article treaty tenth Jlaj , eigi i"
hundred and fifty-four, one thousand dollars. -
Fnr third instalment of interest at five per cantnmoii
For third instalment
f.,rtv- thousand dollars for education, der thnanic c
fortv thousand dollars Tor eoucat,""i luousad
tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, tno tnousa
For third of einnt annual iu...... - , - n
ment for lands, per third article -treat t f " fn(7 , , aI5- :
hundred and fitty-four, one hundm th us.;nct
For permanent annuity for hicatwna ' P'P
fourth article treaty tenty-nintli .Sep embe
dred and 1 vcntcjw. and th rd a t c .m
eighteen hundred and Mu fM. w YORK.
Forperm,: i
SytL L.r thousand five hundred
U"arS- SI0U3 OF MISSISSIPPI.
For interest on three hundred thousand dollars at five
per centnm mr second article treaty twenty-ninth Septeni
Lr, eignteen hundred and thirty-seven, falteen thousand
d,FoTtbc last of twonfy instalments in goods, per second
article treaty twenty ninth September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven, teu thousand dollars.
For lhe last of twenty instalments fo- the purchase of
medicines, agricultural implements, and for the support ot
farmer, physician, and blacksmith per second art icle t.aty
l,nor..d mid thirtv seven, five thousand five numirea aoi-
For sixth of fiftv instalments of interest at fiflve per cen
tum oh one million threa hundred uds!xt-v 1tl,,ousa,i,d. (d"'
lars, per fourth article treaiy twenty third July, eighteen
eundied and fifty one, sixty eight thoutand
For sixth of tiny instalments ot interest at fle per cen
tum on one hundred and twelve thousand dollars, hong the
amount in lien f the reservations set npurt in the thud ar
ticle of Senate's amendment of twenty third June, eigh
teen hundred and fifty one, flVe thousand six huudred doi-
llFor sixth of flTty instalments nf interest at five per cen
tum pn one one million one onndred and sixty thousand
dollars, per focih rrticle treaty fifth August, eighteen hun
dred and fifty one, fiftv eight thousand dollars
F. r sixth of liftv instalments of interest at five per cen
tum on sixty nine'lhousand dollars, being the amount a -lowed
in lieu of the reservation of lands set apart, by thh
third article of Senate's amendment of twenty third June,
eighteen hundred and fifty two, to tieaty August, eighteen
hundred anc fifty o-ie, three thousand four huudred oml
fifty dollars
STOCKIJUIDGES AND MUN.-EF.M
For expenses of improvements, per second and fourth ar
ticles of the treaty fifth Februery, eigh ecn hundred and
liftv six, fori v one' thoosand one hundred dollars
For expenses of their removal to the lands, granted them
by the provisions of the second and fifth artV.es of the
treaty ot fifth Feb uarv, eighteen hundred and tilty six,
two thousand five hundred and seventy five dollars: and
theauiour.t now in the treasury appropriated by acts of
third Jlaich, eighteen hundred and forty nine, and lliirty
' first Ju!v, eighteen hundred and titty four, fi r the removal
of the Stockbridges, shall also be applicable to the expens
es of the removal provided in the treaty iforesaid
For pavment for improvements on liind ceded by the
first articVof the treety of fifth February, e:ghteen hun
dred and fiftv six, per "fifteenth article of said treaiy, five
thousand dollars
For puiehase of stock and necessaries, and to settle their
affairs, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary
of the Interior, iu conformity with the amendment of the
Senate to the second article "of the treaiy of filth February,
eighteen hundred and fifty six, eighteen thousand dollars
For the expenses of the snrvev and allotment of land,
per third article of the treaty of fifth February, eighteen
hundred aud fifty six. seventeen hundred dollars ; and the
sum of two thousand dollars now in the treasury, appropri
ated bv the act of third March, eighteen hundred and dir
ty nine, as the first iusta'nieut to "sachems and chiefs."
per annnyment of the Senate to treaiy of twenty fourth
November, eighteen hundred and forty eight, and now re
limpiished l the first article o." the treaty of fifth Februa
ry, eighteen hundred and fifty six, shall also be applied for
the expenses of said survey and allotment
For expenses of the examination and adjustment, by di
rection of the Secretin y of the Interior, of lots allotted to
the Sloekbridres, under the :ict of I hit d March, eighteen
hundred and fifty three, per thirteenth article of the trea
ty of fifth February, eighteen hundred and fifty six, Sevan
hundred and fifty dollars: Provided. That no part of 1 lie
appropriations for the Stockbrdges and Munsees shall be
expended until the assent of said Indians to the Senate
amendments to said treat v seail first be obtained
TREATY OK FORT LARAMIE
For f ixth of ten instalments, in provisions and merchan
dise, for payment of annuities and transporting n of lbe
same to certain tribes of Indieiis, per seventh article treaty
seventeenth September, eighteen hundred tud fifty one.aud
Senate's amendment thereto, seventy ihonsand dollars
UMPO.UAS (COW CHEEK liAXiM
For third of twenty instalments in blankets in blankets,
clothing, provisions, and stock, per third articie treaty
nineteenth September, eighteen huudred and fifty three.tive
hundred and fifty dollars
Fuiliiling the articles of twenty ninth November, eigh
teen hundred an d fifty lour, with the
UMPqUAS AND CAI Af'OOlES, OF UMFO.UA VAL
LEY, OREGON
For second of five instalinenls of annuity for beneficial
objects, to be expended 11s directed by the" l'res.denl. per
bird article treaty twenty ninth November, !, 1- 1 hun
dred and fifty i".;ir, tnree thousand dollars
For Kecoud of ten instalinenls fi-r the pay of a black
smith an I furnishing shop, per sixth article tieaty tw y
JTO BE CONTIXIKD.I
THE N. C. MUTUAL INSURANCE COM
PANY. The annual meeting of the North Caroli
11a Mutual lu.fuiance Company :ll he he'd at the office of
the Company, in the City of Raleigh, on Tuesday the 1Mb
day of January, 1s.j7, for the purpose of eluding a B.iard
of D irectors for the ensuing vcar.
JNO. C. PARTRIDGE, Sec.
Dec. 4, 1S3G. r,
6fc ETNOW ALL 3IEN BY THESE PKES
JS3l ENfS," iiiat lam the only man in Raicgh
that keeps Fresh Oyxters by the measure, expressly lor
families, at .jl 4.0 per gallon, four doors below the Post
Office.
V. C. PARKER.
Dec. 6, 1SS0. 0
Viuesville Male and Female Seminary.
THE THIRD SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION
will commence January Villi, 1S.17. The two schools
are separate and distinct ; tlie female department being un
der the supervision of Mrs. Gilliam. We have had many
year's experience in teaching youths of bot 1. sexes, anil de
sire to establish a permanent school of high grade. The
location is healthy, aud free from temptation to vice or im
morality. Schalars cau be well prepared for College or the
business pursuits of life Board and tuition payuble at the
expiration of each session.
TEEMS PER SESSION' OP F1VB MONTHS:
Board ?40; Primary English branches Advanced
English from $12 to $16; Latin aud Greek $16 ; Music
on Piano S2n.
. For further information, address B. P. Pitt, J. A. Vines,
or W right Barnes, patrons ; or
T. B. GILLIAM, Teacher,
Sparta, Edgecombe Co., N. C.
Dec. 1,1356 S 4-lswtf.
KT Register copy to the amount of $3 and send bill to
this office.
OTICE. APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO
the pres nt Legislature for n charter to ineornoitn n
company for the manufacture of Iron and other articles, at
Lockville, in Ch.iiham county, to be called "the Lockville
manufacturing company."
Dec, f, ls.1i;. 4 svrlmpd.
, - ADMINISTUATOU'S SALE.
ON THURSDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF DECEM
BER inst, will be sold to the highest bidder, at the
late residence of Mrs. E. It. Uinton, deceased, all the per
ishable property, consisting in pari of about one hundred
head of fat hogs, thirty head of stock hogs, all the stoc k of
cattle, sheep, Ac., some twelve head of horses and mules,
about one hundred barrels of cru, fodder, shucks, farming
tools, with many ot her articles not mentioned. The sale
will c ontinue from day to day until all the property is sold.
Terms made known on day of sale. -
JNO. W. LEE, I . .
A. G. LEE. 'Adm'n'trs.
Wake Co., Dec 4, 185G.. - 5 td. '
; AUCTION SALE OF BOOKS.
WILL SELL, COMMENCING TO-NIGUT, AT
. my store on Favetteville strpft nnrl finttniiA until itta
I
stuck is disposed o!, an extensive and vaJuaDle collection of
The attention of the literary nuhlin is ,Anw..fii'lv
ited. Sale nositive. v -If - -
f. UTCBFOBDj Auctioneer.-
Dec 6,1858. ;
' Bank of the State of North-Car. Iina.
A .DIVIDEND OF; FIVE PER CENT. -ON THE
capital stock of this-bank for the Jast, six months
has been declared this tiay, payable- to the stockholders at
the Principal Bank on the first Monday in Janoary next,
and at the branches fifteen days thereafter. -. x '
twentp-nintn Septemoer, eignieen uui
en. eicht thousrud two hundred and fifty dollars.
Forr the last of twenty histallmeuts for provisions per
.- ....,-.,. Imli Sentember. eiobleen
books, emoracing the various departments ot Literature,
iamily and Pocket Bibles, Letter Cap and Bill Paper, Steel
1 ens, Ac.. Ac. Sale to commence vrh nicrlit. t. 7 ,,',lnrlr
Ealeigh, Dec 2, 185e, '
:.-; tA AJSWJSy,:!ash;
s uiihj f it,.eunr Mans wwnieB.ineswvunti
, ?.,e &fZJTZi!J, f of the United Statefcr
1 eueu --w- .--r ri - ?
. v Southern " ; '
s Western ":i .' -4'-
made from Mitchell's latest Maps; and al-
iBtu"' "- ; ; . ....: iU
thougl, i on,Am V" .
We are constantly reeeivinz orders and tmi:
BWibw.li
A.. .m lliii .t.riidi.
They are neatly put up fo book form, and will be found
to be instinctive ii& well as amusing for old and young. .- V
The effort required to put them together without the key
map, (which should not be referred to) will serve to indeli
bly impress on the liitmi the relative locality of the States,
as vM as their resoective boundaries.
WHAT TnE PAPERS SAT. -
Better for children lhan a bushel of the dissected pic
tures gotten up merely for amusement. A child will never
tire of these maps, and while he is amusing himself he will
be insensibly acquiring a knowledge of the geography of
bis country. Ziint Jfiraltl. -
They combine instruction with amusement, and are ad
mirably calculated to impress on the mind of the young,
the loc'alilv of the different parts of their own country.
They make study attractive, and a young pel son will learn
more in a single hour's amusement with these maps, than
in hours of hard study of the ordinary ones.
l'hren. Journal.
You cannot leach geography in any way so effectually as
by setting the pupil to construct the map from those dis
sected parts. " IndepenUtnt"
Exceeding valuable in imparting novelty and interest to
a useful study. Troy 1'imcs.
An agreeable contrivance for bleudhig amusement with
instruction. . Tribuue.
In putting these maps together, which children delight to
do, they will learn "geography without a master" aud keep
as quiet as mice. Home Journal.
Every family should possess this series of maps that the
younger members may profitably while away their leisure
hours. Nothing can be more useful.
Roche ter Union.
An ingenious device, for teaching geography.
Hrerntfflitt.
Physic and geography were equally distaieful iu our
youthful days, but sugar coaled pills have induced childien
"to cry for the first, and we venture to assert that the inge
nious originators of this idea, have rendered the second as
attractive. Yaitkte Utude.
A valuable acquisition to a private library.
J'resf'itprian.
Booksellers and others will find the Dissected Maps to
command a ready sale, especially of the Uii'ted States, and
the one of the series that contains their own State.
MERRIAM, MOORE & CO..
Trov. N. Y.
For sale by II. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Nor. 6, IS".''. lol
kTOTICE. -APPLICATION WILL LE MADE TO
the present General Assembly of North-Carolina to ln-
coiporale the Nautahala Laud and Mineral Company, in
the county of Mae 111.
"Dec. L',"lS.V;. 4 td.
fU OTIC E. APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO
lXl the pieseut General Assembly of North-Carolina, to
incorporate the Titckascege Land aud Mining Company, in
the coimiv of Jackson.
Dec 2. "l .". 4 td.
PU1JL1C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN THAT AN
application will he made to Iho present Legislature.
for nn Act incoiporating lb
of Raleigh.
Dec. 1, lSoif.
Citizens Bank," in the city
4-td.
TfVTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLICA
TION will be made to the Legislature of North Caro
lina, now in session, for nn net to incorpora'e and endow a
Mil tary and Polytechnic School at Ashcville. N. C.
November .2. lN'ti. 2 tf.
TTOTICE IS irKHKIJV
lM subscriber will make nppli
GIVEX, THAT THE
ilication at th" present ses
sion ,f tin- t.eneial Assembly if North Carolina for the
emancipation of his bov Armstead, commonly c-illed Arm
stead Russell " J AS. T." R US E LI.
Nov. -J'K l.-i. - 1 im,
YaluaMc Negroes for Sale.
I'VE II A I- VALUABLE SERVANTS, INCLUDING
KjCoo'ks and Houc-servanls, r.re offered for sale. Terms
accommodating. Apply to the Editors of the Standard.
Raleigh, Dee. 1, If.""",. 4 It.
m)Ai:i)INCI HOAKDINUI
HAVINJ RECENTLY COMPLETED A LARGE
and commodious dwelling in Holly Springs, the sub
set .ber respectfully informs his friends and the eomuninitr
generally, that lie is prepared to entertain the traveling
public and others, who may be pleased to c ill 011 him.
He promises to use every exertion to render his guests
comfortable, and in every way satisfied.
He can alfo accommodale ten or fifteen students, on
terms as ieas.ii able as cau be ailbrded.
E. W. BROWN.
Dec, ii. If.). 4 Ovv.
A LADY WHO HAS HAD MUCH EXPERIENCE
in leacliiug, desires a situation iu a family or Semina
ry. She will sn.-t:iic: in higher Engli.-h branches. Mathe
matics, French, Latin, and Drawing. References given.
Address Editor of" this paper.
November 1", ! -.Ii'.. - 2 St.
JUS
lol
ST KECEIYEU, BY
EXFRES-, ANOTHER
Business ('oats, Velvet
J. II. BIGGS.
Ma svv4t.
of Over Coats, liagien's
Vests, a-c.
Nov. 14, ls.-r..
Vests,
Nov.
m
" I V E It Si TV. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
ie Board of 1 rtis.eos of the Univeisitv will be held
at the Executive Oiiico
December ue,xt.
iu this Cily on Wednesday, loth
CUAS. MANLY,
tec v.
Raleigh, Nov. 2.1, 1?.1(1.
1
Public Sale of Valuable City Property.
THE SUBSCIiIi:ii WILL OFFER. AT PUBLIC
SALE, on the premises, 011 Saturday the IM1I1 day of
Deeeniber instant, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., Ins HOUSES AND
LOTS, in the North-West Corner ot the City, at present
accnpiid by Mrs. Primrose. The Dwelling House, with
one acre attached, will he sold separately ; and the remain
ing two acres will be put up iu quarter acre lots. The
place is sutlic'.eiiliy convenient to bus ness, and is within
two or three hundred yards of the Rale:gh nod Gaston
Ra Load Depot. A more beautiful and desirable location
for a residence can scarcely be found in the cily. Terms
made known on the d:iv of sale
TIIOMAS J. LEMAV.
Raleigh, Dec. 1, 1$5. 4 -2t.
RALEIGH II If. IX SCHOOL.
THE SUBSCRIBER PROPOSES TO OPEN A HIGH
School, in the City of Raleigh, early in January next.
Haiii spent four years in the University of Virginia, and
1 ad spiral years experience in teaching, he hopes by un
remitting d.ligeuce and attention to the boys committed to
his care to justify the confidence with which be may be fa
vored. His object will be to prepare boys thoroughly for
College, or fir the practical business of life. He will give
instruction in the Greek and Latin Classics, in the Mathe
matics, in ancient aud modern history, in moral philosophy
and in the modern languages. The School will be conduct
ed oti Christian principles, and particular attention paid to
the moral deportment of the pupils..
There will be a preparatory department in the School for
the younger boys.
The subscriber has testimonials of his character and com
petency from the Faculty of the University in Virginia,tand
is permitted to refer to the Rev. Dr. McGuHey. Professors
Maupin, Scheie deVere, and Gessner Harrison, of that Uni
versity; to the Rev. J. M.P. Atkinson, of Winchester, Va., ;
to the' Itev. Jos. M. Atkinson, II. D. Turner, C. W. Ben
edict, Charles Dewey aud Queutin Busbee, Esquires, of Ral
eigh. The School will be held in the Leclurc-room of the Pres
byterian Church.
"Terms for session of live months :
English studies uloiie, $12 50
Classics, '20 on
Modern Languages, (extra,) 10 00
. HENRY P. R. McCOY.
November 27, 1856. 3 4t.
CARD .THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RES-
pectfullv infoim the citizens of Raleigh that he is now
prepared to fill orders for Suppers, Parties, Ac, having ob
tained the services of a competent workman.
" He will also hereafter keep constantly on hnnd Cakes of
all kinds and Pastiy for the convenience of families and
strangers visiting the city.
ANTONIO PIZZINI.
. November 241856. " 3 sw3t.
PEPPER'S.,
. A new House at an old stand,
Opened on the European cash plan. .
TUT OLD AND POPULAR HOUSE KNOWN AS
"THE KANE HOUSE " is now opened for the ac
commodation of the public.
All the delicacies of the season prepared and served np
at short not ice by the best cooks and caterers in the State.
W. R. PEPPER & CO.
N. B.-Fo books or slates, kept. The Cash system will
be rigidly adhered to irrespective of persons.
Raleigh, Nov. 13, 18."fi.' - . 103-3w.-:
OYSTERS I OYSTERS! I
BY THE QUART, AND GALLON. FAMILIES AND
others supplied with the best that comes to this mar
ket. Send yotir orders vUA the cash directly after Adam's
. Express "picts in " to ' v : ;- .PEPPER'S." -
Orders from a distance, when accompanied by the Cash,
trill be promptly attended to. v v ; . - .
' Nov, 13, 1856. - 103. 8w. -'
"N. C. ALMANAC FOR 1857. '
fmtJRNER'S ". NORTH.CAROMTA AT.IWtX
A KAO for the Year of Our Lord 18S7, ihh day duV
. u.. unu ouiu ituuicmio auu muni UT ' -
..' - .V V . HENftY D TURNER, '
' - i i -v i - 'i ' Bookstore.
Raleigh, Koy.'6, 1856, : r ; . 101-
- . im: olina Mntoal-1 Insurance Cotnpy,'reW: on; 'ha 9t
jnst.fbe following, persons were, electee Duwrs and Otn-;
eri fat tib ensuing 'yesir :v -f .:&v?l".r.-i - h
V. J. R. Willmma.
t'I-.T- H.Selby,;?',';;- do.
rJ?& O, W. D. Hutchings, do... ' -:
. James F. Jordan. 'do,. . ;
'--.-. James M: Towles. do.'' '
' y James Ev HoytVVashingtori -v i, t ;'" --"
4". Alex.r-Mitche'll, Newbern. - ' . -x. '.V,- - i '
Joshua G...Wrighf, Wilmington.. J. :
-. ' John M. Jones, Edenfon. . ;' ' , "
W. W. Griflrn , Elizabeth City. ? i .' i 1 .
t R p. Fagan,' Plymouth.-.-- : : : -', i "
W. N. II. Smith", Murfreesb-iro. : ; . -H.
B. Williams, "Oliarlotte;" r i. .- '-, . ' -. ,
Ge. A.SmiHi, Milton. - ' ' "
'I O. F. Long, Hillsboro.' ' "' " : " ;'
' Joseph White, Anson Connty. " - : .
Josh. Boner, Salem, - . . ' r
: . A T. Summv;Ashe'ille. ;"; . ' - - .' '..
., OFFCERS OF THE COM PAN It "
'". ' r '".' - President. - - .'. ; ' ;
H. D.Turner, Vict President. "
John C. Pat ridge, Secretary. ; " - .'".V.
John H. Bryan, Attorney. .
J. llersmnn, General Agent.
John R. Williams, ) " ' : . "
T. H. Selbv, V Executive Oommittoe.
C. W. D. Hutchings, )
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 Steain Mills and Turpentine Dis
tilleries,) upon favorable terms. Its Policies now covor
property amounting to $4,00,000, 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 it sutance should be
addressed tc the Secretary, post paid.
J. C. PART RIDGE, Seo'y.
Raleigh, June 12, 1S.V5. 5S
mfORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LvFE IN-
Hl SURANCE COMPANY, Olhce.fcRaleigh, N. C This
Company insures the lives of individuals for one year, a term
ot years, or for life, 011 the Mutcal principle, the assured
for life participating in the profits of thej Company. For
policies srranted for the whole term of life, when the pre
mium therefor amounts to $30, a note may be given tor one
half the amount of the premium bearing interest at 6 per
cent without guaranty.
The prompt manner in which all losses have been paid
by this Company, together with the low rates of premium,
present great inducements to such as'arcdisposed,,toin
sure.
Slaves are insured for a term of from one to five years,
for two-thirds their value.
All losses are'paid within 00 daysafter satisfactory proo
is presented.
UIKhUTU.iO!.
Charles ,E. Johnson,
Wm. W. IIoldex,
Wit. D. Cooke,
R. II. Battle,
Wm. H. Jones,
P. F. Pkscud,
Skaton Gales.
V m. I). UAVWOlin,
James F. .Ioupax,
IpJINTUN Bu.SllKK,
11. W. Hlstki.,
Wm. II. McKhe,
Charles B. Root.
OFFICERS
Dr, Charles E. Johnson, Preiident,
William D. Havwooh, lire 1'rtsidtnt.
Joux G. Williams, ticrttury,
William H. Jones, Treasurer,
II. V . llrsTEK, Attorney,
CnAULes r.. Johnson, .M. I)
Wiluam II. McKee, M. D.
Uh.hu. B. II wwoou, M. D.
R. II. Battle, J
W. W. IIOLDEX, V
is
Jfedicat
'oitrd of
tiifultuiion.
Y Jireciitite (Xm-
llli tie.
Charles B. Root,
For further information, the miblic are referred to the
pamphlets, and tonus of proposal, which may be obtained
at the Ollice of the Company, or any of its Agencies.
Communications should be addressed, (post paid,) to
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
July 1, IS 55. ' 66
S. BABCOCK, Dentist,
(Ojh'ccocrr J). C. jlurriiy't Stun; nntn'y opfH-tiite the P. O,)
ViTOlLI) RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITI
w w ZENS -of Raleigh and vicinity that he has opeued
an ollice at the above-!.. .Hied dace, where he will be pre-
i lured at all times to pci l .ria all operations pertaining to
. enlistry in a satisfactory manner ut reasonable charges.
Particular attention given to filling and preserving the nat
ural teeth. Also, to the regulation of children's teeth.
Artificial teeth inerled on gold or piatiui plates, singly
or in setts, with artificial and continuous gums, iu cases
where teqiiired.
Nov. l ls5. 103
SOW READY
Swaiiu's Justice Revised.
of l.Vjl'-o.i. together with full instructions, aud numerous
lol lla aud I'recedtuh.
BV
EDWARD CANTWELL, Esq., L.L B
CionKfUoriU Lutr.
One Vol. S vo., containing ne:.rly tiOO pages, handsomely
printed 011 ood paper, mid well bound, iu Law binding.
Price, :.s ). Postage, oti cents.
This day published and for sale bv
HENRY D. TURNER,
N. C. Book Store.
Raleigh, N. C, 1st Aug., 15IJ. 75
THE COLOR TYPE,
A New nnd Ueaiitifnl Style of Picture.
CALL AT COPELA.ND'S NEW GALLERY IN THE
upper jiart ofthe Post Ollice building, and sec the
Color Typeipninti d iu oil colors,) and say if you have
ever seen anything to surpass it, in the wayof a "tun pic
tuie." Sky-light, splendid cameras, neat and comfortable rooms,
Cue pictures, low prices.
So come along without delay.
And get 11 picture with the pay
P. S. Mr. Copelund coot nines in take Daguerreotypes
and Ambrotypes, and paint portraits upon the most mod
erate terms possible.
Raleigh, October 1, l$.Vi. til tJl.
Z-Z.'" Signal, Register and Biblical Recorder Ctpy till 1st
January.
VALUABLE HOOKS LOUDON (J. C.) ARBO
retinu et Fruticetum liritannicum; or, the Trees nnd
Shrubs of 1'rilain, picioriaily ami botanicully delineated,
and scientifically and popularly described, S vols., four of
letter press nnd four of plates, 8vo.
National Cyclopaedia of Useful Knowledge. Being a Cy
cloj icdia of Alphabetical Reference for every subject of hu
man inquiry ; embracing Ancient and Modern Literature;
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical; Chronology ;,Biography ;
Geography and Topography ; Law and Government ; Social
Economy; philosophy; -Mathematics; Physical Science;
Chemistry; .Geology and Mineralogy; Zoology; Botany;
Medicine'; Surgery and Anatomy; Agriculture; Arts, Man
ufactures and Trade ; Architecture; Painting and Engra
ving; Sculptuto; Music. In 12 vols. S in. half Russia.
A n Encyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentcry, and Build
ing, from the earliest ages to the present t'lue, by Peter
Nicholson. First American edition, with large additic" by
Lomax and Gunyun, architects. Illustrated with 231 I ce
steel engravings. Two vols, large 4to. (Just publiskiu.)
Neatly half bound in Russia.
This invaluable woik, now for the first time published in
the United Slates, contains a mine of useful practical infor
mation, interesting and valuable alike to the architect, the
builder, the working man and the general reader.
Elegantly J Hunt rated Standard Works.
The Moore Gallery ; a Series of 43 elegant steel engra
vings of Female Figuresand Landscapes,illustrating Moore's
Poems, with Prose and Poetical Descriptions. 1 vol. 4to.
Moore's Complete 1'oetical V0r6s, with Notes and Life.
Illustrated with 48 superb steel engravings. 1 vol. royal
S vo. best antique mor. The best edition published.
The Byron Gallery ; a Series of fifty highly-finished steel
engravings of Female Figures, Landscapes, Ac., illustra
ting Byron's Poems, with Prose and Poetical Descriptions.
1 vol. 4to.
Byron's Complete Poetical Works, with copious Notes,
illustrated with 50 elegant steel plates. Royal 8vo.
For sale by
11. D. TURNER,
N. C. Bookstore, -Raleigh,
Nov. C, 1850. 101
Steam Saw Mill for Sale.
WE OFFER FOR SALE OUR STEAM SAW MILL,
which is forty-five horse power, and built under the
supervision of an experienced machinist. The terms of
payment will be made agreeable to the purchaser. The
nronerty cau be delivered on or hefora'thn 1st nf Junnarv .
1857.. Apply to tuftrither by letter or in person, at Raleigh.
. 11UUU & tlAX 1VUUU.
Oct. 27, 185G. . , . " -SW6W,
, LOOK AT THIS.
WM. COOKE, TAKES THIS METHOD OF IN
forming his friends and customers that be has re
ceived his Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware aud Cutlery, consisting, in pmt.of Coffee, Sugar,
Brown, Crushed and Clarified ; Black and Green Teas ; Ba-'
con, Lard, Meal, Candles, Adamantine and Tallow; -Ground
Allum and Liverpool Salt; Fine Tobacco and Cigars. Also
a lot of Miles' fine Boots; Shoes and Gaiters, both for gen
tlcmea And ladies' wear; aud a great, many other articles '
too tedious to -mention ; all of mhich will be suhY low for
cash. ..' ,. . '- . :-T-
' This establishment is the same" recently occupied by "
L Becftwith & Clayton, on Fay etterilJe Street, oiposite Law
rence's Hotel. ;
.. Raleigh, Nov. 185G. I
13F Spirit of the Age copy. -
- 99 swtf.
DISSOLUTION THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERE
TOFORE existing between the un jersigoed under the
name and style -of Johns A Ferrell, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. ; - . - . JOHN JOHNS," fr C
, ,. . - - ' JAMES J.-FERRELL.,
-' FURTHER AH persons holding bills against the above
e ncsrn.- will please presentthem to the undorsionfiff -t th -
1. old stand, who is prepared and authorized to settle op. - AH
'parsons owing Johns A Ferrell, will settle with the under,.
43& OOi 'f.V. r':ii-W Sh
THE ORTII-CAROLI.A MAGISTRATE,
a practical g-tide to the Laws ofthe State, and I he de
cisions of Ihe Supreme Court, Oelining the duties and juris
diction of Justices of the Peace, under Ihe Revised Code
JvO - jYA;
jL4iwi:oparTnerani.
?ft ATTOBSEY8 AND CptrNSLOnS AT LAW, '
wm awna promptly toll business entrntef ia them.4
October 28,; 18S4. f;:.;; -V .tTl X ) 66--4f. '
i:.jt;t'WlLMAM;.'A;' ALLBW fl
) Attorney and: Counsellor at Law, -.------Practices
in the Court of Wkp nror,n Ervti'i
AH business- confided to him shall have bis prompt attend
ti.mr. Jlis Post-office is Rogers' Store, Wake Co. N; C.
. v QUENT. BUSBEE, r:-.,
Attorney aud Conusellor at Law . '
-' - . ' FATETTEViLts St., Raleigb, N. C. ' '-'f
Will DromDtlv'tt'nd'-t-nv bnafnka fn4on 4.. v:
. . I , J lltllHIW HI J 1 1 1 1 1
in the United States and State Courts; and with tho Ex
ecutive or other departments of the State Government.
-my i, ioao., " 66 tf.
SIDNEY A. SMITH, , U . -ATTORNEY
A T : L A W,
- SMITHFIELD. N.C..
Will attend reeularlv the Courts of Pfn n.W e
sions of Wake, Johnston, Cumberland and Harnett.
omimneta, JEep. 80. 18o6. - - 28 If.- '
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOOD,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
BALEIQB, S. C. .
Will attend the Conntv
Johnston. Chatham and New Hfinni Ti i - J
at the office formerly occupied by the late Hon. Will. H.
Kaleigh, January 8, 1854. ' 16 wiswfim.
KEMP P. BATTLE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fatetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. - - 1
Will attend the Courts of W lko unit Vn,,l-i;n a jiil
lerms of the Suprcms aud e Ul Courts.
rfuiy l, !8u. 66 tf.
CS Register copy. ;-.'
To the Members of the Legislature. -
A LARGE AND FINE ASSORTMENT OF RAZORS
pocket knives, hair and tooth brushes and razor strops
-Tmiv r iiiiii.'nr
POCKET-BOOKS
superior article.
AND PORTJrONIES. VERY
J.HN C. PALMER.
103r .
Nov. 13, 1856.
A. H
MCPHEETERS, II. CniSELI.V. J. y. MARTIN
A. M. McPHEETERS, & CO.
Wholesale Grocers,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wills' Warehouse.
Norfolk, Va.
REFERENCES:
Thomas P. Devebeitx, Esq., Halifax, N. C.
Geo. W. Moroecai, Pres't Bank of the State of N. C.
C. Dewet, Cashier "
W. II. Joxes, Cashier Bank of Cape Fear.
L. O'B. Bran-ch, President Raleigh and Gaston Road.
Messrs. Reid k Snutter, )
Dr. N. C. Wbitelnnd, -Xorfolk.
Pres't Farmer's B'k of Va. )
Alex. Bell, Esq. ,
Messrs. Spence & Reid, Baltimore.
" B. Blossom & Son, Sew Fort.
September 1 6, 1803. 73 '
LEWIS 01: KING,
Commission Merchants,
SIOBILE, ALABAMA.
B. B. Lewis, formerly of Franklin Co., N. C.
Dr. Pettos King, of Pickens Co., Ala.
A. M. Lew is, our authorized agent of Raleigh. X. C.
June 6. 1S.-i4. " 5S
Thomas White, P. R. Davis, W. H. Hardee
WHITE, DAVIS & HARDEE,
General Commission Merchants, and Dealers
in Guano,
PETERSBURG, VA.
Sept. 20, 1S55. s7
J. M. STeYeNSOxT
GENERAL, AGENT,
For the sale of all kinds of produce. All orders promptly
attended to. . tr v j
Office No. 34, North-Water St.,
, . WILMINGTON, N. C.
October SO. 156. 96-sWl vpd.
REMOVAL.
HEARTT & IREDELL,
(Lute Heartt Jon-ex.t
WILL, DURING THE FIRST WEEK IN TniS
month, remove to the store recently occupied by
the lute Col. Roulhac.
November 1, ls.-jfi.
99 wlf
NOTICE.
AS I HAVE DETERMINED TO REMOVE SOUTH, I
now offer my valuable tract of land for sale, contain
ing four Hundred Acres, of which about one hundred and
titty acres are in a fine state of cultivation. The balance is
well wooBed and good arable land.
Said land has on it a lirst-rato dwelling house, all ne
cessary out-houses, and a fine well of water iu the yard, a
hue orchard of apples and peaches of every kiud.
Said land lies nine miles south-cast of "Raleigh, between
the Wilmington aud Newbern Roads, in one mile of Au
burn. 1
I will take great pleasure in showing said land to any
person who may wish to buy.
P. H. STURDEVANT.
August 19, ls50. 7a tf
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
Change of Schedules on the North-Carolina
Railroad, and the Charlotte and South-Carolina
Railroad.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 4TII DAY OF
August, li,"t;, the Passenger Trains on tluse Roads
will run us follows :
North-Carolina Railroad.
Leave Goldsboro' at
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive at Goldsboro' at
2.00 a. in.
4 3o p m.
(".&( p. ir.
7.40 a. m.
Charlotte axb South-Carolina Railroao.
Leave Charlotte at p. in.
Arrive at Columbia at 4.30 a. m.
Leave Columbia at ti.iHt a. m.
Arrive at Chin lit to nt 4.10 p.m.
Passengers taking this route will meet with no detention
between Montgomery and New York passing through a
tine, healthy region in North and South-Carolina. At Ra
leigh thry have a choice of mutes, via Raleigh A Gaston
Railroad, or via Goldfboro' to Wcldon, where both trains
connect with the Inland .Route by Richmond and Washing
ton City, and with the Bay Line Route by Portsmouth to
Baltimore.
THEODORE S. GARNETT.
0-:ug'r and Sup't N. O. R. R.
July 80, 18r(. 73 swtf. '
Land and Real Estate Agency.
J. A. MANNING.
Leavenworth City, K. T.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO OFFER HIS
service to the public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Drafts
man, and Dealer in Lund Warrants.
He will atteud promptly to buying and selling real es
tate, collecting debt, paying taxes, buying, selling, and lo
cating land warrants, aud to all business pertaining to a
Geneoal Land Agency.
References. Col." E. C. McCarty, Col. J. J. Clarkson, J.
D. Henderson, Leavenworth City:'j. C. Doughterty, R. B
Hawley, Memphis, Tenn; J- R, Conncly, Hernando, Miss.
Nov. 15, 185ii. 104 8m.
10OO Acres of Laud for Sale.
WILL SELL FROM ONE TO THIRTEEN HUN
DRED Acres of Caue Fear River Land, lying twelve
I
miles above Fayetteville, on the East side of the River.
There are about Two Hundred Acres of cleared Land in
fine condition. The aforesaid Land is not inferior to any in
this section of the country, and is offered lower than any
such land can be bought tor iu tms or any 01 the neighbor
ing counties as I am determined to sell. The choice of
three very healthy and desirable sand-hill places for a resi
dence con be made, from one to one aud a half miles from
the Plantation, one of these contains '200 acres of Pine
Land, with a good two-story dwelling and all necessary oat
buildings, all new. Another tract contains 300 acres, with
a task of new turpentine boxes, and is without-improvements.
A third tract contains 85 acres fine choice ridge
land, partially improved. The neighborhood is very good,
und the situation is healthy, pleasant and altogether desira
ble, The Northern Plunk" Road runs th rough each of the
sand-bill tracts, and the plantation or river land has the
advantage of a choice cow and hog range. ' Address.""-?':
- NEILL McDUGALD.
-V Kyle's Landing, Cumberland, co., if. -
- Sept. 16, 1856. , - ' -' 0 swSm.
TTEW SPEAKER. THE SOUTHERN SPEAKER
A '.or Sixth' Reader;' containing, ""in great variety, the
Master Pieces of Oratory, in Prose, Poetry, and Dialogue :
with an Appendix; embracing Knowles'. Model Debute
The Declaration of Independence; Constitution of the Uni
ted .States, .with marginal index; .Washington's Farewell
Address, with running index and marginal questions, by I)
Barton Ross, A. M. N. G.' -' - . "'.-. --V f -, V
' Fcrsaleby j : H. V. TURNER, ;
."; ,v - r-; - : - . N. C. Bookstore' .
Raleigh, gept. 23,1856. .-v - v , - 8- ,
- . t SelliBff off at Cost ! - r
, A r A RGE STOCK OF SUPERIOR L1Q70RS
-tJL can now be bought by the gallon at reduced rates to
V close out' . Among; tbemUennessay'sLondoudockBran--dy,
vintage 6f 1S48. r. "''" " " 'r - - ' - - :-
- Old Bourbon Whiskey- -A No. 1 srtide. " t- - -? v
" - W. B. PEPPER AO).
tU yoyl3,1856.;:; . '. "'
ifW REC ill VED-;BUCK WHEAT FLOUR, best
V; BefiMdSyrup, Sugar and Coffee, of different kinds. ,
PERFUMERYA LARGE STOCK OF 1 rm v-
Glenn's, Bonn's and ' Vright's perfumery snrii p8,
tracts. Pomatums, Hair Oils. Stiapv Colog,, i ' " as L
variety of Fancy articles, which w"ll be sold ' It grc
---LWIU.IAMn
BURNING FLUID. FIVE BBL8.. FKn7r
good, just to band at the Drugstore of ' 1 A"N
' - " : WILLIAMS HtvWf)0D
0ILS I- OUjf i-500 GALLONS -LI,vsfHt7uV
Machine and Tanners' Oils, in store and fir 1 AMp.
lowest market rates, by "reann,"rsaleatu
li : WILLIAMS & IUYWonn
s
ENNA FIGS A MOST PALATABlTvrTTT
tain remedy for constipation, lwbitualcostiv t l''R
tore and for sale by . , cost'vcii,..SS( 4c
in store
.WIIAMS 1 HAYWOOD.
JMT of Babbits superior Potash, in six ,mnVl Pl ''Y
making -soap, to which we invite the lUtsK,. f"r
nomicul housekeepers. - .' eunon of aii
: - WILLIAMS A TI4Virfnn
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCETirrnT
?fthi8iebn,t"cefor1oupTf;i
Ac, in store and for sale by f5' ,resl"ili, meats,
WILLIAMS tHAYTrnD
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP, OF ExHl
ty, may be had at the Drug Store of A
L'RUP, OF EXTIUQiuTT
Drug Store of -iU-
April 9, 1856.
WILi.IAMS A HAYWOOD.
4--
Sfuni I ir 11 It 1 1 f IIIMTr1 irnno
A Twr. .,A.t
- fupply of North-Carolina Black Lead eH,., 1 1 KiE
superior fe- voof painting, in ,re trorf 1,1
. L - --ygjjAMs & HAYVroor,
j A fcT t :
LAUoe
A VSK.-30 REAMS of superior Fli7u T
pan..- to-vhichwe call the aftent'. n f r, ' :iml-CoachJ.4u-for
sale verv low h 1, R net and
TO THE TURPENTINE 3hkpp TT '
& S. CAROLINA.-, J7'
,&u.mat,, ,ale State FairCte, ;
upon tnq.entine
mice
tualil v and nr.rn.-r Z "' "':',a' a V ny ' Hie
in.wti "ii-.i t...... 1
Ur tbese,o,;.8'at ,,v .u thaK C VT aV' t
& M i:ailn.ads. . We warrant these, too!- t,. I,. .
quality and spcri,r in adaptatiotVmv wort 0 " 'v'1,,!'1
era manufacture, and ask a liberal share Jf ,,u ,
All fll-llf.IW ft,l.lM..,...J ... . . .
prompt attention
u..il(i,jcu io us at .Jerripltn V f ...111
uinm attentir.n -iucuo, a. (,., will meet
January D, 1S55.
L. A W. B.
WHITFIELD.
1-
Trnstee's Sale.
... lu ,.(,1111 v tor Wake Comity nt a siiIk
S uff V? E'l-'r. f -r p'lVUtln, b !
tvreen tbe he rs of John C. Stedman, deceased : to"e l.er
h i ."hp b"'ld,TS- "'"I PPrtetwucc. tlwreun Cl
WuiTam J M'7,',W(pn".-rr the residence of the said
William J. Clarke. The lot c.ubiins an acre, in higli c.tl-
frulf tSU"-.1 fr-'U KraSS' Con,ili,,s " bl-aHng
f Z . S n18 ,i,U",ud direc(y Pl'"si(c the Hank of
the State and the Esp.scopal Church in said Cilv, and h
KZhn1 r the east gate of the Capi
tol Square. Repairs to the amount of hue been re
pUf UV"n th. buildings, four in number, including a
dw e ling hose, with six rooms, an office, two kitchens, 5c
Also, by virtue of the same deed, and for the benelit of
all concerned, I offer for sale a valuable tract of land, thirty
two acres, upon Neuse river, in the county of Wake, with
the buildings thereon, known ns the Neuse River Oil M ils.
I rice !?4,oW The mill seat sold fifteen years ago t.. Clarke
and Jeffrey for $200 Since that time, an entirely in-vv
haw and Oil Mill, with press h.illers, beaters, lhltViiin
mill, and jumpers, and a new dam, have been erected and
added thereto. This property was lately appraised at 5,-
ill,. 1 nn, 11. :.. -. .. ... .-
The object of these sales beimr
ment, I am authorized, upon the money hino-snfi.lr ,'.,
st-
nred, to et it tro iiDon n. liFuml ivlit T.. .1:..- .....j
sec-
. . . . ,S' . u inn uuu ui.-Mni.-uu
to locate iu rake, and engage in a lucrative business, the
present is a rare opportunity for securing a town residence
una a business stand in a populous country neighborhood,
luey will be sold together or separately, and the title var
ranted. EDWARD CANTWELL,
Trustee,
swtf 72.
Raleigh, July 25, 1856.
CLERK, WANTED.-AN EFFICIENT BUSINESS
man will find employment as a Clerk in tho Post Of
fice at Raleigh, N.C. , He must write a good business hand,
and come well recommeuded
W. WHITE, P M
nil tf
September 2, I85U.
IMPORTANT SALE.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. IS55. WILL BB
LF sold at public sale, on the premises, tho valuable tract
of land, situate in the County of Wayne, on Nahunta
Swamp, adioininjr the lands of Robert Taylor. George
Thompson und others, known as tbe Thompson plantation,
containing about twelve hundred acres. On the plantation,
there is a good convenient dwelling also, large and com
modious barns, a cotton-gin and screw and all other ne
cessary buildings.
Also ui the same time, will be sold about 150 bales of
cotton, 12 or K00 barrels of corn and many other articles.
Terms. The land will be sold on a credit of one, two
and three years. The other property on a credit of six
months. Bonds and approved nineties required.
By order of the representatives of
ELIAS BARNES, dec.
Oct. 18, 18"i. tn td.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Office Raleigh & Gnston R. R. Co., I
Kallk.ii, October is. 1S5i. )
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, 13TH INST., THE
Mail Train will leave Raleigh at 8 o'clock, A. M., and
arrive at Weldon nt 1 P. M. Returning, will leave
Wcldon at 2, P. SI., and arrive nt Raleigh at 7. Passen
gers going North will take breakfast in Raleigh.
- . li. A HAMILTON, Pres't.
October 9, 1S5G. KG If.
ASCnOOL TEACnER WANTEIJ.-A
- young man who is well qa.-ililied, with experience
in teaching,vill do well to apply to the Trustees of L'uioii Uil
Academy. The best references will be expected.
Letters of enquiry should bo directed to Battlesboro'
Edgcombe county, N. C. .
- D. A. RICKS. Scc'y
Oct. 18, 185. ' H -tf.
BENTON'S WORK COMPLETE, IN TWO
large octavo volumes, comprising upwards of 1500
pages. - Either volume sold separately.
. . r For sale by , - 'W. L. POMEROY.
September 15, J8.)t!. . - - b
CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.-I HAVE
recently obtained possession of the magnificent pic
ture representing the death-bed scene ofthe venerable John
Wesley. This large nnd imposing picture was painted by
O. P. Copeland, Esq., expressly for exhibition, and sold by
him some time ago Ut G D. Weekly, from whom I have ob
tained it: : I now offer it for saie 011 very reasonable terms,
and feel assured that a proper person conld by exhibiting it
-realize a handsome sum of money. . The picture is about 10
by 15 feet in dimensions, and represents the great founder
of Methodism u few moments before his death, surrounded
by some eighteen or twenty of his distinguished friends
'and followers, all as large us life. ' For particulars address,
' - - GEORGE FISHER,
' ' "' - , ' Raleigh, N. C.
Oct. 9, 1S5G. . '.'-: .- '.'; .J 2m.
ALUABLE BOOKS. RECENTLY PUBLISH
ED. Sermons for the people, by F. D. Huntington,
D. D.
Sin, Redemption, by Rev. D. N. Sheldon, b. D.
The Life of the Rev. Spencer H. Cone.
- Contributions to Litcralnre, by Samuel Gilman, D. D.
' Wealth aud Worth, or Maxims for Merchuuts and men of
business, by Freemau Hunt, Editor uf Merchants Magazine.'
- Liberty and Slavery, by Prof. Bledsoe of tbe University
of Virginia. ; -. -.' , 'L . -
- Shepard's Constitutional Text Book, being a practical and
familiar exposition of the Constitution of tie United (Stales;
designed fur the use of Colleges, - Academies, and. Schools.
It. is a VAluable book of reference for all classes of people.
For sale by v .. -, W. L. POMEROY.
, September 1,1856. v ' ' 82
:. . - : NORTH-CAROLINA BONDsi
Officb Of rai Atlantic A N. C. R. R. Co., I
mfORTH CAROLINA STATE BONDS, (500 ft
lvtH0:0,)ean be obtained from 'Pulaski downer, Esq.
who is the authorized agent of this Company for the sale
of said Bonds in the City of Raleich.
,' JOHN D. WHITFORD,
wt r.r.T 1 110 1. it..
a, xlAX n 0())
FSl TACKLE.-A FIXESSORTMmitT
Hooks aud Lines, consisting of Liiueriek T, . r P
by, Spring-snap, Sockdolager, improved mvit'J '!,' Kir
ai.dC.tton, Linen and 6r fHS1 "'"
Drug Store of WILLIAMS A IlTyWood!1"
to the publictbat thev arn mn.,7:r,7.?.-. ' OUUI
111! ii:(;i-.s. roiinasna-.- and
tensiyely Their workmen havi,bee l ZZy t "
gaged !!l the above hnsin.a .... . r . .,Kirs TO
dZZ o-VhL1r"n StJ ",e uxe;u,d by William J. Clarke,
dated 2t!i of December, is.-.o. registered in Book 'V ,,n
nnhe'e V
uuiuu.isea uv me Sllld i; :arki nt
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