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THE NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD : VsATUBJDAY, StABfiH
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WITH thb FIRST NUMBER or tot STANDASD
Meddler the 1st of Jakuaet, 1858, wo shall
-v NEW VOLUME '
f bath oar Weekly ud Semi-Week 1 issues, running th
volumes for thefuture with the current fear from January
It is nnnecessarv fop us to set forth the principles wo
shall advocate. Tne re well known to the people of the
SUU, and are embodied in tbe
PLATFORMS OF THE NATIONAL AND STATE
OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
Semrding Orgasikatiok at sconi only to PrincitiU, and
msntcessory to suceeu, weBhall not hesitate to denounce the
heresies of any man who endeaTors to disorganise the Par
tj by adTancing doctrines contrary to the cardinal pnn
aiples of the Democratic faith, as laid down in the Plat
forms abore alluded to.
THE CAMPAIGN OF 1858.
During the coming year tie Democratic Party of North
Carolina must fight
ANOTHER GREAT POLITICAL BATTLE!
to be crowned, if true to its principles and its organization,
ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY ! 1
We shall be in the midst of the light, and shall keep our
readers weli posted as to its progress, striking such blows
oorselres as we may think will aid in achieving a triumph.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
The approaching session of Congress will be a very im
portant one. Besides the usual business.
SEVERAL NEW STATES
will probably be admitted into tbe Union ; the
T ' KANSAS DIFFICULTIES
art to be settled, and
THE MORMON QUESTION
disposed of. We' are happy to announce that we hare
gain secured the services of
- MECKLENBURG "
as our Washington Correspondent, who is so well and
favorably known to our readers for the ability and re
liability of his letters. He will keep us well posted in
attera at tbe Federal City.
General News, Literature, the Markets, &c.
We shall endeavor to collect the NEWS with care, to
Bote tbe MARKETS, and present such other matter as will
make the Standard interesting and instructive.
APPEAL TO OUR FRIENDS.
And now we desire to call upon onr friends to telp us to
' EXTEND OUR CIRCULATION.
We ought to have
TEN THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS,
and a bttle effort will procure them.
(iKTARHBLT IK ABTiKCl:)
SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 OO
WEEKLY, . 2 00
Inducements for Clubbing.
For TEN DOLLARS we will send SIX COPIES of the
WEEKLY one year. To CLUBS of TEN or more, f 1 50
13" The Standard is conducted strictly on the Grsh
system, and all subscriptions are stopped at the expiration
f tbe time paid for.
Address, HOLDEN k WILSON,
Rajjugh, N. C.
IS The Democratic press of tl e State will lay us under
obligations by giving the above a few insertions, or notic
ing our terms.
' r- ' A BRIEF PROSPECTUS
"GOLDSBORO' TRIBUNE," FOR 1858.
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
Adoption of the Cash System.
TO-DAY "The Goldsboro' Tribune" enters its Fourth
fear, and as we hare been compelled to strike off several
undred subscribers who have read our paper three king
years and now refuse to par for it, we
APPEAL TO OCR FRIENDS
Throughout Eastern Carolina, but especially the Second
Congressional District, to exert themselves and assist us in
extending our circulation. We want 1,000 new subscribers
with advance payments.
THE" APPROACHING CANVASS
Will be one Of exciting interest ; a Governor and members
of both branches of the State Legislature are to be elected
this summer, and tbe opposition are already moving. We
shall continue to battle for those great principles which
bare given tbe National Democracy its past victories and
its' present prominence and power, and endeavor to keep
our readers well posted iu all political matters, both State
NEWS, MARKETS, Ac.
.We shall endeavor so to collect, condense and arrange
the news of the day as to keep our readers posted iu pass
Soecial care will be taken to crive correct and reliable re
ports of Home and Foreign Markets in every issue, so that
air who consult our columns will know where to sell and
where to buy to advantage.
In order to increase our list of paying subscribers, we of
fer the following
' INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS:
We will send 6 copies one year to one Post-Office, for SlOj
12 copies one year for $20, and 20 copies one year for $30.
Any person sending five new subscribers with $10 will be
entitled to tbe titb copy gratis. If Postmasters and other
influential citizens wili exert themselves. Clubs of from 5
to 80 may be obtained for the "Tribune" at almost every
Post-OfBee in this Congressional District.
No attention will be paid to orders not accompanied by
We shall use every legitimate means at our command to
make a good paper a paper worthy of the patronage of
tb Democracy and the People, and we appeal to them to
sustain us. Address all orders to
WM. ROBINSON 4 CO.
Goldsboro', N. C.
January 6, 1858.
ELEGANTLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKS,
-: rRlCHLT BOCXD AND BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED.
Large Octavo Series, Uniform Size, Illustrated.
GOLDSMITH'S POETICAL WORKS; With a Biog
. -rapby by T. Babington Macaulav.
Thompson's Seasons; an elegant edition, with a Life by
Keble's Christian Year; new edition, with a Portrait.
Stevens's. Parables of the New Tesiameut, Practically
Read's Female Poets of America ; seventh edition.
Hart a Female Prose Writers of America; new edition.
Rogers's Complete Poetical Works.
Campbell's Complete Poetical Works.
Small Quarto Series, Uniform Size, Illustrated.
Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome.
The White Veil ; A Bridal Gift, by Mrs. Hale.
Goodrich's Gems of British Poetry.
Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy.
Crown Octavo Series, Uniform Size, Illustrated.
Odenbeimer's Jerusalem and its Sacred Location.
Slovene a Bow in the Cloud ; A Book of Consolation.
Keats's Complete Poetical Works.
Kirk White's Complete Poetical Works.
Moore's Irish Melodies.
Edith May's Poetical Works.
Mrs. Hemans's Records of Woman ; Songs of the Af
fections. Elegant Octavo Volumes, Uniform Size, Illus
trated. Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets,
of theSa8 Yef '' Pa8Mge" from pt descriptive
Poetry of the Woods.
Poetry of the Fields.
Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy, 12mo.
Tupei 'g Poetical Works, 1 2rao.
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IK" f "".'.'J g'blerRoyal Quarto Size.
Butler's Family Bible, Small Quarto Size.
In .every vuiety of Binding, and at various Prices.
-- :; . For sale by
gh, Jan. 1,1888. H. D. TURNER
: , THE WEEKLY SOUTH.
AT THE INSTANCE OF MANY PERSONS IN DIF-
nl .J?-Jl t sent to a single subscriber for
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few da, P!Lof Weekly SoutWiw be issued in a
ATkS OR ABOUT. TIMS iht ur jahuai ii. "
- . ... tiumnv TT7Vm IV
V suffic ent patronage can De securea,
first number ofthe MURFREESBORO CITIZEN.
TbeCiTiSElt"isdesignea to Ms uieraryana roun.7
Puwr- in iu noHtieal character National and Conservative,
yielding a manly support to tbe present Administration,
but independent to approve or disapprove whatever is
praiseworthy or otherwise. Our motto shall be
A'ulliu addietue jurare in verba Jffipistri."
Persons to whom this prospectus is sent, are requested
to return it, at farthest, by the 15th of January next, that
the publishers may know what number of copies to issue.
Terms: Two Dollars a year, strictly in advance.
Address " Publishers of the Murfreesboro' Citizen, Mur
S. J. WOEELER.
WILLIAM S. ORR.
January 12, 1858. 5
mTEW BOORS, THEOLOGICAL &c THE
KNOWLEDGE OF GOO, Objectively Considered.
Being the first Part of Theology Coniidered as a Science of
Positive Truth, both Inductive and Deductive; by Robert
J. Breckenridge, D D. LL. D.
EVENINGS WITH JESUS; by Rev, William Jay.
THE DIVINE LIFE; by Rev. John Kennedy.
THE SAINT AND HIS SAVIOUR; by the Rev. C H.
M$DEBN ATHEISM; by James Buchanan, D. D., LL. D.
THE GKEYSON LETTERS, Selected from the Corres
pondence of R. E. H. Greyson, Esq.; by Henry Rogers.
DARKNESS IN THE FLOWER LAND, or Religions
Notions and Popular Superstitions in North China; by tbe
Rev. M. Simpson Culbertson.
For Sale at
W. L. POMEROY'S
Raleigh, Dec. 22. U3
aPURGEON'S NEW WORK. THE SAINT
AND HIS SAVIOUR, or the Progress of the Soul in
the knowlege of Jesus, by Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. Also
Spurgoun's 1st, 2d and Sd iSeries.
For Sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, Dec. 18.
TURNER'S NORTH-CAROLINA ALMANAC
SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HENRY D. TURNER,
At the N. C. Book Store:
And by Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia; and by A. S.
Barnes & Co., and J. M. Fairchild & Co., Sew York.
Price $3.50 per hundred, and $30 per thousand.
Raleigh, Nov. 6. 1W
GREYSON LETTKKS- SEI-ECTIOS
M the correspondence of R. t. H. Greyson, Esq.; Edited
by Henry Rogers.
White' Lies, a Novel ; bv Charles Reade.
Mabel Vaughan; bv the Author of the Lamplighter.
The Rides ai:d Reveries of the Late Mr. .Esop Smith;
by Martin F. Tupper, D. C. L.
"The Plant Hunters or Adventures among the Himalaya
Mountains Illustrated ; bv Captain Mayne Reid.
Uncle Curioso's Tales for Youths and Maidens ; by Cousin
Minnie or the Little Woman, a Fairy Story; by the Au
thor of " Violet."
The Church Almanac for la5S.
Fo sale br
" W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, Jan. 23, 1S58. 7
THE 3D VOLUME OF THE NORTH-CAROLINA
OPENS WITH I608. IT IS COMMENDED TO THE
people of Ninth-Carolina, and of the whole cm 11 try,
as the I'lij tn of the Xorth-Ciirolina Cviiftrtnc, the chfuvft
and one'uf the last family rrliyfant ueicj'Hper in Of Siuth.
Terms, $1 50 a year is advance. No departure from this
Address the Editor Rev. R. T. HEFLIN,
Raleigh, X. C.
Raleigh, January 7. 4 I'm.
REAL & PERSONAL ESTATE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING QUALIFIED AT
Febniary Term. 1 of the Court of Pleas ami Quar
ter Sessions for the County of Wake as Administrator of
the estate of Berry D. Smnis, deceased, hereby gives no
tice to all persons having claims, debts or demands -arainst
said Berry D. Simms, to present them to him for settlement,
properly proven, within the time prescribed by law, other
wise this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery ;
and all persons indebted to said deceased are requested to
make immediate payment.
Notice is further given, that on the 15th day of March
next, at Dunnsville, I shall sell at public auc.on a'.i the
perishable estate of the said deceased, consisting of house
hold furniture, a buggy and harness, double-barrelled shot
gun, and 1 tine gold watch. A credit of nine months will
be given, and purchasers will be required to give bond with
Notice is further given that at the same time aud place I
will hire to the highest bidder a No. 1 blacksmith a-d stri
ker for the balance of this year.
J. O. JEFFREYS, Adm'r.
February 1 8, 1 858. 1 5 td.
A Rare Chance ! !
I OFFER FOR SALE MY TRACT OF LAND
adjoining the corporate limits of the Town f Lou
isburg. A rare opportunity is here presented to those who are
seeking an investment in Real Estate not only on account
of the superior attractiveness of the location, but the abun
dant yields afforded by its highly improved, and naturally
productive soil. The tract contains 800 acres or more, and
is intersected bv a large Creek, along which arc fin or 80
acres of bottom, unsurpassed in fertility, by the richest
River Banks in the State Besides, there are a number of
branches making into the Creek, affording fine lots for
meadow and grazing. The building consists of a beautiful
Cottnsre Residence, containing k'ix rooms, wit. a number of
servants' houses, barns, Ac, all entirely new, situated in a
spacious grove ot native Oaks, and commanding a pic
turesque view of the adjacent country
The sio:ety of the neighborhood' is highlv intelligent,
moral and wealthy. The educational advantages of the
Village are unsurpassed in the State.
The Residence is in view.and a few moment's walk, ofthe
Male Academy and Female College.
The rapidly increasing prosperity of the Town of Lnuis
bnrg, and the permanent and substantial wealth of the vi
cinity, forces the conviction that the purchaser would haz
ard nothing in such an investment. The terms shall suit
J. H. YARBROUGH.
Louisburg, Jan. 20, 1858. 13 V2X.
Valuable Land for Sale.
fTHE SUBSCRIBERS WILL EXPOSF. TO
JL public sale on Monday of the ensuing iMav Court for
the County of Wake, at the Court House, ONE TRACT OF
LAND containing between seven and eight hundred acres,
about four and a half miles west of Raleigh, belonging to
the estate of the late WILLIAM HILL. The Central
Railroad runs through the tract, the greater portion of
which is situated south of the road, on Simmons's broach.
The tract adjoins the lands of Hon. John II. Bryan, Joseph
King and others. About one hundred acres are cleared
and under fence, and has on it Cabins and some good Fruit
Trees; and from the contiguity of the tract to the City and
the Central Railroad, it is considered particularly desirable.
The tract will be divided into parcels of one hundred
seres, to suit purchasers.
Terms of sale, one-half cash, and the remainder six and
twelve months credit, purchasers giving bonds with good
Persons wishing further information in relation to the
land, will please upply to William G. Hill, Raleigh.
WILLIAM a. HILL, Ececitor,
ELIZA H. HILL, Executrix.
February 1, 1853. 10 td.
tW Register will please copy till day.
FOR SALE 1.050 ACRES YADKIN RIYER
LAND, AND FERRY.
rWIHE SUBSCRIBER OFERS FOR SALE HIS PLAN--SL
TATION on the Yadkin River,'uintuining 1,050 acres,
together with the Ferry. It is situated 5 miles from Salis
bury, on the main road to Salem and Danville; the North
Carolina Railroad runs on tbe borders of the same. On
the premises is a good Dwelling House, Barn, Cottou House
and Press, and all other necessary out buildings some 260
acres under cultivation, 100 acres of which is River bottom
and Creek bottom ; also a superior Meadow. It is well
watered with good Springs and now in good repair; some
100 acres sown down in wheat, which would be sold with
the place if desired. Terms made known on application to
Salisbury, Jan. 26, 1 858. 9 3m.
ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRA
BLE residences in tbe State, with all necessary out
houses, and fifty acres of land attached, situated about one
mile from tbe town of Louisburg, on the Halifax road.
Tbe house is neatly furnished. Sold either with or with
out the furniture. For further particulars apply to
, . , CORNELIA C. DAVIS.
Louisburg, August 21. . , 78
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
IPFPER FOR SALE MY STEAM SAW MILL. SIT
UATED at Morrisville Depot. The mill is nearly as
good as new, having been used about a year and a half, and
is constructed on an improved plan, with a counter shaft,
to which other machinery may be attached. Also a aTist
mill connected with it, which operates as well as if run by
water. The boiler is twenty-five horse power. Those
wishing to purchase, would do well to apply soon, as it is
favorably known, and will not remain long in market.
IOR HIRE, FOR THE BALANCE OF THE YEAR,
office"" nd 1,e'dtby JounS aero woman. Apply at
Jantuuy W, 1868.
DRY. GOODS, ,&C.
THE FIRST OPENING
C FOB THE SEA.8OW,
' will Vaks place at ::
H . A R . 8 . T U'C K E R S ,
' On Wednesday. March 10th,' ; ;
WHEN WILL BE DISPLAYED A CHOICE As
sortment of SKIRTS.
.. The GOSSAMER,
- The EXTENSION,
'- The ADJCSTIBLE BUSTLE,
The STEEL SPRING SKELETON,
The PLAIN HOOP.
Also, the FAMOUS BALMORAL.
Raleigh, March 9, 1858. SO
HATS, TO BE FOUND AT TUCKER'S, BEBEE'S
Celebrated Hats. Price 3.
March 9, 1858. 20
FALL GOODS FOR 1857. ' "
JUST RECEIVED, A URGE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac,
which will be sold on as gixid terms as can be afforded in
tLis market. The subscriber thinks it is unnecessary to
make any great promises abont what be can do in the way
of selling Goods cheap, every man with common sense
knows that we are bound to make some profit. Call and
examiue, and you will find good Goods and prices right.
H. L. EVANS.
HATS AND CAPS. A LARGE STOCK OF
even description of Soft Hats for men and boys ;
Beebe's Dress Hats ; Plush, Cloth and Slick Caps for men,
boys and children just opened.
' H. L. EVANS.
BOOTS AND SHOES. LADIES GOAT AND
Ladies' Gaiters and walking Shoes,
Misses' and Children's do
Men's water-proof Boots,
Men's fine Boots. "-;
Calf and common L. A B. Shoes. A large supply of the
best double-sole Brogans for negroes; also, a large stock of
heavy Bootees for servants. Prices at the lowest fisriiro.
H. L EVANS.
CARPETS, CARPETS. RICH BRUSSELS, ALL
wool ; Turply, wool and cotton, and hemp Carpeting,
just received. Persons in want of this article will find it
to their interest to call and examine before buving else
where. H. L EVANS.
SCHAWLS AND CLOAKS. A LARGE ASSORT
55 iiieiit of the latest styles of Cloaks. Prices ranging
from fl.50 to $25. H. L. EVANS.
, October 2. 90
W. W. WOODEL,
Dry Goods and Groceries, No. 1, Hargett St.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
following articles : ugar. Coffee, Tea, Adaman
tine and Tallow candles. Tobacco, Cimirs and Snuff ot all
kind to suit the taste; Smoking Tobacco at 5octs. per doz.;
Crokery and Tin Ware ; Juniper Buckets, and Horse Buck
ets; Meal, Flour and Corn; Boots and Shoes; Cotton
Ynm, Domestics, at prices to suit purchasers, prints of dif
ferent collars ; Flanel, Kirseys an j Goods for Pantaloons,
knit Shirts and drawers; Comforts; Soap of all kinds;
Perfumerv and many other thing too tedious to mention,
all of whi'ch will be sold cheap tor cash, or couutry pro
uucce. Give me s call.
Dec. U. 110 tf.
V" 'Wholesals and Ectril Ders la 4 J
Drills!), $xm anb nurinn
STAPLE & FANCY
Also, Ecots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.
13 fTCATIOTlE ST., PETERS BUHG, VA.
UNITED STATES MAILS.
Post Omen Dfpartmt,
PROPOSALS FOR CONVEYING THE MAILS OT
the United States from July 1, 1S". to June 30, lS9,
on the following routes in the State of North Carolina, will
be received at the Contract Office of this Department until
8 p. m., of March 31 next, to b decided by April 24 fol
5876 Fmm Durham, bv Simm's Mill. Orange Factory,
Round Hill. Dial's Creek, Red Mountain, to South
Lowell and back, twice a week.
Leave Durham Tnesdsv and Friday at 7 , s. tn. ;
Arrive at South Lowell bv 4 p. m. ;
Leave South Lowell Wednesday and Saturday at 7
a. m. ;
Arrive a Dnrhnm bv 4 p. m.
5877 From Chnpel ITill, by Fearington's Mill, Asa Rigs-
bee's Store, Thnmns B. Farren's, Manly Snipe's,
and White Cross, to Chapel Hill, equal to 18 miles
and back, nnr n week.
Leave Chapel Tlill Satnrdiy nt fi a. m. ;
Arrive nt Chanel Tlill at S p. m.
5878 Fn.m Magnolia, bv Dresden and Prescott, to Rnck-
fish, 24 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Magnolia Friday at 9 a. m. ;
Arrive at Rorkfish hy fi p. m. ;
Leave Rnckfish Sa utday at 7 a. m. ;
Arrive at Magnolia bv S p. m.
Proposals to omit Dresden, and perform the round
trip in one dav, will be considered.
5S79 From Clinton, bv Taylor's Briilge, to narrell's Store,
22 mfps and back, once a week.
Leave Clinton Fridnv nt S a. m. ;
Arrive nt Harrell's Store; bv 12 m.;
Leave narrell's Store Friday at 1 p.m.;
Arrive nt Clinton by 8 p. m.
58S0 Fr m Lilesville. bv Hailey's Ferry, to Rockingham,
lfi miles and hnck. once a week.
Leave Lilesville Friday at fij a. m. ;
Arrive at Rockingham by 12m.;
Leave Rockingham Friday at 1 p. tn.;
Arrive nt Lilesville by fiW p. m.
5881 From Troy, by Airman's" Hill, to James Page's, (on
PlanVroad. 21 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Trov Wednesday at 1 2 m. ;
Arrive at Page's by fi p. m. ;
Leave Page's Thursday at 8 a, m., or on arrival of
High Point. Mail ;
Arrive at Trov by p. m.
Proposals for an additional weekly trip are invited.
Proposals must be guarantied by two responsible per
sons, certified to as such by a postmaster or judge of a court
No pay will be made for trips not performed, and for each
of such omissions not satisfactorily explained three times
the pay of the trip may be deducted. For arrivals so far
behind time hs to break connexion with depending: mails,
and not sufficiently excused, one fourth of the compensa
tion for the trip is subject to forfeiture. Fines will be im
posed, unless the delinquency be satisfactorily .explained,
for neglecting to take the mail from or into a post office ;
for suffering it tn be injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost ; a d
for refusing, after demmd, to convey the mail as frequent
ly as the contractor runs, or is concerned in running, ve
hicles on the route. The Post Master General may annul
the contract for disobeying the post office laws or instruc
tions of the department. He may alter the schedule, and
also order an increase of service by allowing therefor a pro
rata increase on the contract pay. He may also curtail or
discontinue the service in the whole or in part, at pro rata
decrease of pay, allowing one month's extra compensation
on the amount of service dispensed with. Bids should be
addressed to the "Second Assistant Post Master General,"
superscribed ' Proposals for mail 'ervice. State of
For forms of proposals, Ac, and other information, see
this advertisement in pamphlet form, and also the general
advertisement of routes in the State, dated January 12,
1S55, at the principal post offices.
AARON V. BROWN,
CAROLINA BLACK HAWK."
THIS STALLION, SELECTED AND BROUGHT
from Vermont by Dr. Wm. Strudwick, will make s
Spring sea- on in Hillsboro', to commence on the 1st March
and close on loth June.
Terms.- 830 season if paid within that time; $35 if not
paid within that time ; and 1 40 to be paid within season,
the mare not proving in foal to be served next season free
of charge ; $1 to groom.
Mares from a distance will be boarded by tbe owners of
the horse at 37 cents per day. .
Special care taken to preveat accidents, but no responsi
Pbmgrbs: Carolina Black Hawk was sired by the Old
Vermont Black Hawk, be by Sherman Morgan, he by Jos
tin Morgan, (the father of the race of Morgans.) bis dam
wafc sired bv the Old Postboy out of a Morgan Mare.
This Stallion will be seven years old in July next, of a
jet black color, medium sire, weighing 1028 lbs., and one
of the best proportioned and most elegant moving horses
that can be produced, and for gentleness and doointy can
not be surpassed.
When three years 'old he was trotted at the Vermont
State Fair against a .Urge field, and was the successful
The Fall after coming to this State, be shared at State
Fair the 1st premium with a horse of same breed, and butt
Fall at State Fair won the 1st premium without scarcely
an effort. - -..-...,, ...
All oommumeations addressed to the owners.
CAIN A STRUDWICK, . ,
Hillsboro'. N. C.
March 1,1868. " lj 8m.
" PALMER Jk SMITH,
HATING FORMED ' A COPARTNERSHIP IN THE'
general brick-making and building business, respect
fully announce that they are prepared to furnish bricks in
any quantity,' and execute contracts in their- line at the
shortest notice and at prices which cannot fail to give sat
Always on hand, a supply of our circular dram bncks, to
which we invite public attention.
CHAS. W. PALMER,
Raleigh, May 14. . . - 50
North Carolina State Bonds.
TSVTORTH CAROLINA STATE BOND , $1000 and $500
1 can be obtained from Pulaski Cowper, who is the an-'
thori7.ed agent of the Company for tbe sale of bonds in the
City of Raleigh. These bonds are not (as some have sup
posed) Railroad bonds, but bonds issued by the State of
North-Carolina for the benefit of tbe Atlantic and North
Carolina Railroad Company.
JOHN D. WHITF0RD,
President Atlantic ana N. C. R. R.
January 26. 20 swtf.
ISATEW BAKERY JUST OPENED. THE SUB
1 scriber begs leave to inform tbe citizens of Raleigh
that be hns associated with him Mr. James Simpson, for
merly of Richmond. Va., for the purpose of conducting the
BAKERY BUSINESS, in all its various branches, and we
intend to keep on hand, at all times, a general supply of
BREAD, CAKES. PIES AND CRACKERS.
We shall be ready and willing, at all times, to serve tbe
Parties furnished at the shortest notice.
T. A. MITCHELL.
Raleigh, Oct. 20. 95 tf.
N. C. Six Per Cent. State Bonds.
Treasury Department, N. C. )
Februarv 16,18ri8. 1
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
9 at this office until 10 o'clock, A.M., 20th of March
next, for tbe purchase of $3o,U)0 of N. C. State Bonds, da
ted January 1, and running 10 years, issued on ac
count of Insane Asylum.
Tbo above Bonds will have Coupons for interest at
6 per cent per anuura attached, payable 1st January and
July in each year.
The principal aud interest will be payable at the Bank of
the Republic, New York, unless where the party prefers to
have them pavable at tbe Treasury of the State.
Successlul bidders upon being informed of the acceptance
of their bids, can deposit the amount of their bids inclu
ding tbe accrued interest to the credit of the undersigned
in the Bank aforesaid, or in the Bank ofthe State or Bunk
of Cape Fear, Raleigh.
Parties bidding will please address their letters endorsed
"Proposals for.N. C. Stocks" to the undersigned at Ra
leigh, N. C.
The bids will be opened in the presence of the Governor,
Secretary and Comptroller of State, and the President of
the Bunk of the State.
D. W. COURTS,
The Big Wheel,"
1HAVE BEEN USING THIS SEASON HAS ENA
BLED me to thoroughly temper iny clu, which cannot
be tempered in any other way. The brick, therefore, are
bettei. I will self delivered at the kiln at five and a half
for merchantable and six dollars for all hard burned.
1 will also cull attention to an article of Press Brick I am
now making, not inferior to any mude North, South, East
or West. Thev will be delivered in Kaleigh or at either ot
the depots at the shortest notice and at moderate prices.
I also keep in my employ skillful andfuithful Masons, so
that 1 will undertake work at as low rates as can be afford
ed. Leuve your orders at either of the hotels, stores, or
at my house, and your wants shall be supplied
All which is most respectfully Kubmitud.
GEO. T. COOKE.
Aug. 3. 73
PRICE OF RAGS RAISED.
TnE FOREST MANUFACTURING COMPANY WILL
pay three and a quarter cents per pound for good
clean Cotton and Linen Rags, delivered to the Kailroad
Agent ut any Depot on the North-Carolina or Raleigh and
Gaston Railroads, in good order for transportation, in bales
or sacks, well packed and marked to Dr. W. R. MILLER,
Agent, Forestville, N. C. Those who send us Rags will
forwurd the Railroad Agent's receipt, also an account sta
ting weight and price. On the amiulul the Rags, a check
on the Bank ofthe Sta.e here will be remitted, or cash
paid here to 4he seller or bis order. We jiay no charges
except Railroad freight ; but Rags may be put in old or
common bagging, aud tue gross weight will be allowed
W. R POOLE, President.
2d& Register copy.
KEROSENE OILS, DISTILLED FROM COAL.
. (Not explosive.) Stared by Utters patent.
The di Scient grades of these celebrated Oils, suitable for
Machinery of all kinds, Biunacle and Family use, can be
had of the undersigned, also of the Wholesale Oil Dealers
und Druggists iu the City of New York, aud of the author
ized Local Agent of the Company in this place.
General Agents, Kkrosexb Oil Co.,
No. 50, Beaver Street, N. Y.
Local Agencies granted on application as above.
Orders should specify tbe description of lamp or machinery
tor which the oil is wanted.
June 5. 56 swly.
GOLD PENS ! GOLD PENS 1 1
All persons in want of a superior article of " Gold Pen,"
can get suited by calling at the N. C. Book Store, where
will be found tbe best assortment ever before offered in
H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Jan. 29, 1858. 9
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY I
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST COMMENCED
the . business bv steam-power pf manufacturing
SPOKES, RIMS and SHAFTS for buggies and vehicles
of all kinds ; and they will be able to afford them to their
customers at the same prices paid for them at th: North.
All they ask is an examination and trial of their work.
This is the only establishment of the kind, so far as they
know, in North-Caiolina, for manufacturing spokes, rims
and shafts by machinery.
The subscribers rely confidently on tbe patronage of their
fellow-citizens to snstuin them in their enterprise.
W. D. WILLIAMS.
N. S. HAHP.
Raleigh, Jan. 18, 1858. 6 tf.
Don't Purchase nntil yon have tried Nash's
ALL WE ASK OF PERSONS WISHING TO PUR
CHASE PIANOS is, that they will give ours a trial
before going elsewhere, nd if we fail to please it will be at
our own expense.
E. P. NASH, Book and Piano Seller,
Jan. 1, 1858. 1
New Crop Molasses.
Qflfh BHDS. PRIME NEW CROP CARDENAS MO
3vrJ? lasses, daily expected, direct from Cardenas.
For sale by
J. & J. L. HATHAWAY, k Co.
Wilmington, N. C, March 9th, '58. 102 w.
UNDRIES. 100 HHOS. PRIME NEW CROP NEW
Orleans Sugar, various grades, direct from New Orleans.
250 barrels New Orleans Syrup and Molasses.
200 Whiskey, various brands.
150 boxes Star Candles.
25 hhds. Bacon.
50 barrels Leaf Lard.
100 " Mess and Rump Pork. For sale by
J. A J. L. HATHAWAY CO.
Wilmington, N. C, Maich mh, 1858. 20 2w.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION FIRE
PROOF SAFES-WITH HALL'S PATENT
Powder Proof Locks, the same that were awarded separate
medals at tbe World's Fair, Loudon, 1S"1, and the World's
Fair, New York, 1853, and are the only American Safes that
were awarded medals at the London World's Fair.
These Safes form the most perfect Sf curity against Fire
and Burglars, of any safe ever offered the public, and can
only be bad of tbe subscribers and their agents : who have
on band and make to order, all kinds of B-iler and Chilled
Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors, and Money
Boxes, or Chests for Brokers, Jewelers and Private Fami
lies, for Plate. Diamonds, and other valuables. And are
also Patentees (by purchase) and manufacturers of
JONES' PATENT PERMUTATION BANK LOCK.
S. C. HERRING A CO.,
Nos. 135, 137, and 139 Water street, and
No. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray street, N. Y.
AobxtS' B. W. Knowies, Richmond, Va.; Rowland A
Bro., Norfolk, Va.; J. H. Thompson A Co., Lynchburg,
Va. ; Bell. Prentiss k Co.", Savannah, Geo. ; O. Mozauge k
Co., Mobile, Ala. ; T, T. Twitty, New Orleans, La. '
March 6, 1858. - 18 2m.
FAMILY BIBLES. PRINTED FROM NEW
Stereotype Plates, on good paper, containing 6 Plates,
Apocbrypba and Concordance. Prices from $2 up to $30.
Also, Superfine Editions of the Oxford Bible, for the pul
pit or family use. '
A large supply of Pocket Bibles and Prayer Books, in
every variety of bindings. Just received by
, H. D. TURNER,
N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, March, 1858. 18
Herbarium's and Albums.
For isle by by :
H. D. TURNER.
... ...... .. l9mm
Beieigb, Mareb, 1868.
.RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILWAY.
Change of Schedule to connect with the North
- - Carolina Railroad.
ON AND: AFTER MONDAY THE 16TH INST., THB
trains will leave and arrive at Raleigh (N. C. R. R.
Depot) as follows :
Express So. 1, leave Raleigh at 5 o'clock, A. M.,
Arrive at Weldon 11.28, A. M.
" " . Leave Weldon at 1, P. M.,
Arrive at Raleigh 6, P. M. .
Express No. 2, leave Raleigh 5, P. M., . .
Arrive at Weldon 10, P. M.
- Leave Weldon 1 1, P. Mn
Arrive at Raleigh 4, A-M.
Passengers going North willreach Weldon over this line
more than two bourn ahead of the line via GoUkboro'.
Breakfast and Supper at Frauklinton.
JAMES M. POOL,
T. Agent R. k G. B. R. Co.
March 17. 33 -
DRUG STORE FOR SALE ! THE SUBSCRI
ber finding the superintendence of his Drug Store to
interfere too much with his professional business, offers it
for sale. He has now in store, a choice assortment of tbe
very best Drugs, Ac. The custom of the Store is one of
the best paving in the State. A good Apothecary can make
money by the investment. Terms moderate. If preferred,
be will sell on time. Apply to
Dr. E. BURKE HAYWOOD,
57 swtf Raleigh, N. C.
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY OF BOOTS
AND SHOES. THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW
receiving a large supply of Boots and Shoes, of all qualities
and varieties, to which be invites the attention of his cus
tomers and the public. Men's and boys' Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and Misses' and Children's Shoes of all styles,
Brogans and Shoes for servants. Ac. Call and examiue, as
I am determined to give good bargains.
Raleigh, Oct. IS. 83 tf.
FRUIT TREES I FRUIT TREES 1 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF API LE, PEARtl
Peach, Plum, Apricot, Nectarine and other Trees now
ready for planting out. These trees are warranted true to
name and description.
Acting as Agent for J. Lindley, of Chatham, I will
promptly fill nil orders for him.
GIANT ASPARAGUS ROOTS 2 and 3 years old, now
ready for planting, also for sale.
W. H. HAMILTON, Florist,
Raleigh. N. C.
December 17. 112 tf.
PHOTOGR A PITS,
PLAIN OR COLORED,
Taken at HAVENS' GALLERY, tor one dollar and uj -wards.
Raleigh, April 24. 44sWiy.
New Piano-Forte Instructor.
THE MODERN SCHOOL FOR THE PI-ano-Fortp,
composed and compiled from the works of
tV most Eminent. Modern and Classical Authors and
Teachers, comprising a complete course of instruction,
based upon a new principle. Progressive in its character,
with Anatomical Illustrations of the hands, (thoroughly
explained,) showing the use of their muscles and tendons
in playing the Piano by Nathan Richardson, pupil of Al
exander Dreschock, and other distinguished European
Teachers. For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Feb. 9, 1 858. 12
THE TRUSTEES OF THE TAWBORO'
Academies wish to employ a gentleman and his wife
to take charge of the Schools under their control, on aud
after the 1st June prox. Address,
JNO. S. DANCY.
Tawboro', N. C, Feb. 5, 1858. 12 tf.
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES !
AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE OF
!H 870,000 !!! CH
FOB TEN DOLLARS!!
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan k Cn
Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in each of their
Single Number Lotteries for March, 185S, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under tbe superintendence of Commis
sioners. CLASS 5,
To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, March 6th, 1858.
To be drawn in tbe City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, March 13th, 1858.
To be drawn in tbe City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, March 20th, 1858.
To be drawn in tbe City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, March 2?th. 1858.
JjjJ On the plan, of Single Numbers. ffl
FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
Jlearly one Prize to every Nine Tickets.
To be drawn
Each Saturday in March I
I Prize of
4 Prizes of
4 Prizes of 400 Approximating to $70,000 Prize are fl.fiOO
5,485 Prizes amounting to 8320.000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $31.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one wheel.
The first 437 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize if
drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by tbe Commissioners ; the Prize being placed
against the dumber drawn. Tbe operation is repeated un
til all the Prizes are drawn out.
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. The two preceding and
the two succeeding - Numbers to those drawing the first 7
Prizes will be entitled to the 28 Approximation Prizes.
For example: if Ticket No. 11250 draws the $70,000 Prize,
those Tickets numbered 11248, 1124'J, 11251, 11252, will
each be entitled to $400. If Ticket No. 550 draws tbe $30,
000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 548, 549, 551, 5E2, will
each be entitled to $300, and so on according to the above
The 5,000 Prizes of f20 will be determined by the
last figoreof the Number that draws the $70,000 Prize.
For example: if the Number drawing the $70,000 Prize
ends with No. 1, then all tbe Tickets, where the number ends
in 1, will be entitled to $20. If the number ends in No. 2,
then all the Tickets where the Number ends in 2 will be
entitled to $20, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow
ing rates, which is the risk:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, $30
" 10 Half " 40
- '10 Quarter " 80
" 10 Eighth . 10
In Ordering Tickets or Certificates,
Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered,
on receipt of which thev will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in' any figure they may
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after tbe drawing.
13?- Purchasers will please write their signatures plain
andgiye their Post Office, County and State.
t3f" Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
in fall without deduction. '..
t3f" All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immediately
after the drawing other prizes at tbe usual time of thirty
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to , -
S. SWAN A CO.. Augusta, Georgia.,
fe Persons residing near Montgomery," Ala., or Atlanta
Ga., can hare their orders filled, aud save time, by ad
dressing S. Swan , k Co., at either of those cities. . . . . . i
J3? A list of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is entitled
to, will be published after every drawing, in the following
Kpers: Augusta (Geo.) Constitutionalist, . New Orleans
ilta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard, Nashville
Gazette,Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly Day Hook-;
Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dispatch. New York
Dispatch, and Paulding (Kiss.) Citron.?1-- '
WATSON'S IMPROVED TEN DOLLAR
THE CITIZENS OF RALEIGH AND NFTnn
ING country are respectfully invited to call ?0R
moms (Mr. Copeland's Daguerrian Rooms, over 11. i00r
Office, to witness the operation of lne post
Watson's Celebrated f 10 Family Sewin fc
chine, ln -a-
Which will be on exhibition at the above place aff ,a
fine opportunity for all the citizens to see it and w5
particular worth for family use. ' 'Ui
This Machine is admirably adapted to all kinds of P -1
Sewing; it is simple in its construction, easily operated 1 '-7
able to get out of order, and will do as much work ina"1
day as the most expert seamstress can do in ten with'T'
needle and is sold for the low price of ' u "er
$10, $12, AND $15.
And with foot-power, Ac, complete $20, $25 an a
As the Agent, Mr. Poisal is now on North, we har-fl 4
arrangements to furnish the public with these Machi
the shortest notice. anon
JNO. H. DAVIS,
Prop. State N. C. for Wa son's $18 SewiW fr
T. B. POISAL! Ge
. S. D. WILLIAMS. TmveniKL C'
t State and County lights for sale by annl
in person or by letter. J b " "
August 25. 1 ?9 )f
f EATHER FOR SPRING TRADE, WHntr
Rj SALE AND RETAIL. We respectfully
friends and the public that we have in store a lareand m l
excellent Stock of Leather and Findings, for e !:
Trade, which we will sell as low as any other estahlishni "
South of New York, and for less price' than they can be h"!t
even there, expenses of travelling, freight, Ac, considoM
All of our purchases having been made from the Iiuim
ters and Manufacturers by the whole case or packao-e ni
the advantage of receiving Leather regularly from iAwm
T rrcL. nZ ":Vk 4 Vr.":.T." "WW St
Those who wish to buy cannot lose bvgiviiio.ourS((K,L
xamination, and we believe we shall 'be able to nlVos
both as to price and quality,
the Veadinjr articles viz:
20 dozen of Crawford's Calf Skins (this maker had I hi
premium awarded to him at the World's Fair held in
London in 1851.)
40 dozen French Skins, best quality,
40 " American Calf Skins,
90 " Lining and Binding Skins,
10 " Morocco Skins,
300 Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Sole Leather
50 " Band Leather, '
Lasts, Boot-Trees, Shoe and Boot Maker's Tools of everr
kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools.
Also, Sewed Brogans of our own manufacture, warranted
to give satisfaction, and many other articles too mimenraa
to mention, at No. 21, Old street, opposite B. P. Harrison'!
Saddlery. F. A. A R. H. FORI).
N. B. We pay the highest price in cash for Green and
Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store.
Petersburg, May 5, 1852. tf.
FOR HIRE. A
the ensuing year.
FIRST RATE PAINTER,
Apply at this office.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
Spring Trade, 1858'
PESCUD & GATIiING HAVE, BY RECENT
arrivals, received a very large and varied Stock of
Pure and Fresh Drugs,
Medicines and Extracts,
Chemicals A Instruments,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Shop Furniture of every kind,
Artists and Mechanic's Materials,
Perfumery, Soaps and Brushes,
Window Glass, Putty A Dye Stuffs,
Lookingglass, Plates A Picture Glass,
Medicine Chests and Saddle-Bags,
Patent Medicines of all kinds,
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff,
Pure Brandy, Wines A Porter,
Garden and Grass Seed,
Burning Fluid, Lamps,
and every other Article wanted in their line, which will bt
aded to every week, and will be sold at such prices as shall
command a large incrcasj of patronage from all who bare
heretofore dealt elsewhere, in this or any other market.
Every article warranted pure. Goods will be put up neatly,
packed carefully, and forwarded with dispatch.
Raleigh, Febl 4, 1858. 11 tf.
DR. E. BURKE HAYWOOD,
RALEIGH. N. C,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Will at all times keep on hand a choice selection of
Pure Drugs and Medicines J French, English and American
Perfumery ; Flavoring Attracts ; Spices and Fancy Ar
ticles; Fine Toilet, Shaving Saps, Creams, d-e.
Hair, Tooth, Shaving and Paint Brushes ; Su
perior Segars, Tultacco and Swiff; Surgical
Instruments, Trusses and Supporters ;
Gimphene, Bunting Muni and
Lamp Oil; Linseed, OUton
Seeil,und Tanners' Oil;
Varnishes, Paints, Dye-Stuffs,
Glassicare, Putty, fv., die, .
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW ADDING TO HIS
Stock a fresh assortment of the best Medicines, Per
fumery, Paints, Ac, a catalogue of which he deems no
necessary. He always endeavors to keep none but the best articles
in his trade, and believes that all those who have hereto
fore bought of him have been perfectly satisfied. He solicits
a further extension of trade, and will endeavor to pleas
both in the quality and preparation of prescriptions.
He is assisted by Mr. C. C. Hughes, a graduate of thi
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, a practical and skilful
E. BURRE HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, Oct. 16. 4-l
THI CELEBRATED HOLLAND RKMEDT FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
- WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AND AGUE,
And tbe various affections consequent upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky Vamt,
Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Costivene
Blind or Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, Rheumatic auj
Neurahric Affection, it has in numerous instances pruvea
highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on 8tn"f
ly scientific principles, after the manner of the ce'60"
Holland Professor, Boerhave. Because of its great sucks
in most of tbe European States, its introduction into tne
United State was intended more especially for thoseof
fatherland scattered here and there over the face of
mighty country. Meeting with great success among them,
I now offer it to the American public, knowing ,haVjs
ly wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have been impaired by the continuous
use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation, gene
rally instantaneous in effect, it finds its way directly to tns
seat of life, thrilling and quickening every nerve, raising up
the drooping spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health ana
vigor in the system. .
NOTICE. Whoever expects to find this a beverage
"be disappointed; but to the sick, weak and low spirited. "
will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of singui"
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma has "j
dnced many imitations, which the public should g"
against purchasing. Be not persuaded to buy anytlnnge
until you have given Boerbave's Holland Bittersafair tr.
One bottle will convince yon how infinitely superior it
all these imitations. . ' . tht
fjgy Sold at 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $0, by
, SOU FBOPBIBTOBS, '
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. CO.,
' Manufacturing PkarmaeeuUsU and Chemists,
For sale by Psscad A Gulling, lUkiigh.
-V XT AMMh, II srw