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flptoB SUBSCRIBER WISBfltf TO?MOV TO
:. Jl : rauty soatho limie, flfeni :?8,?S.,V7?
Rilrid Bridjre" nd Oowan Ferrf . The ot con-
taiM biwt 880 mbbb, ie talf iitcoiutmiob, '"i" "
taekiw, ittaorw of Hrrt T;ner oonomjin V-;"T
and about 16 acreaof fentncbbottort Bnoleared. .-The wood
i Am i: h..t k .iLa nf th Kailrnad. and are bounded on
each side br a public hijrhwaj The dwellinsr. ia SJ
ries with cellar, oootaioiug 9 roomawith 8 fl'f"
8 eloaete. The garden fa ierraeed, and one ef the beat in
Ihislart of Ueountry. The apriop: i eieelleDt and
r newtailing. To 8al abwy 6 muea oy a roov wi
"d J minute, by Bail.? The place is very EeaUhj .and l
anrroonded by a fertile country f Would be a good location
' for a boarding acbool physician, or diary term. ' . vj
, '. Cheanut Hill i alao located on tbe Yadkin, in the red
; lands of the Jersey Settlement," 6 miles from Hdtebiirg
B'ation, N C. Railroad. The tract contains S25 acres, with
ooqd dwelling, negro bouses, ice-honse, gin-honss, cjition-
- ' press, 4c 4c . There is an orchard of selected apple and
-reach trees and.the location i so farorable that the fruit
' las not failed bat twice in tnore than 20 years. ; There is
''Jso prirate ferry attached, with good bciats. -j . '
800 acres are cleared and in a tery high state of cultrva
tion 100 across of river bottom of great fertility. . The
" uplands consist of a broad level table, cofee-colored, loam
' soil, very rich and productive. The buildings are in the
middle of the place, beautifully situated, beMlthy, with a
good garden, and a well of excellent wa er. Tbe place has
a frontage of nearly two miles on the river, and meadows
; 'yielding a large amount of hay annually. The Jersey
Church is two miles off, and the neighborhood is wealthy
Addrest A. Bnshaw, Salisbury, N. C, nnlil April
' 80th, and after that C. W. Bradsha, at Holtsburg, 5. C
March 27,1858. . . V . a6-6m.
IMPORTANT SAIE. THE UNDERSIGNED, AS
Special Administrator of JOHN M. FEKBLLL, de
' ' ceased, will on MONDAY, the 19th day of April, 1858, at
OAK GROVE, 18 miles North-West of Raleigh, the resi
dence of the deceased; expose to public sale all the perisha
ble property belonging to said estate, to wit : one fine young
Harness Horse and Biiggr. one fine pair of Young Mules,
'Wagon and Harness, one Yoke of Oxen and Ox Cart, Cows
and Calves, Dry Cattle, fine lot of Hogs, a large lot of Ba
con nod Lard, Corn and Todder, a lot of Wheat, and one
excellent Cotton Gin, Farming Tools, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, and many other articles too numerous
to mention. . " ' . .
Terms: A credit of six months will be given, the pur
chaser giving bond with approved security before removing
tbe property. .
: , .... : . J. J. FERRELL, AdmV.
; " March 30, 1858. ;.V- ; ... -. . ,- ,;' , V . 23 td.
UOCCO LAND FOR SALE. THE UNDER-
55 IGNEl, having deter uined to move, offers for sale
bis VALUABLE PLANTATION; situated in a healthy and
- rich country, one and a half miles from Shocco Springs.
i uw. m;ina rnn. Tnnjm' Wliit.Siilnhur; and adiointiiir
' th lHnds of. W. K. Kearner. Sessums, Eaten, Williams and 1
';' others. The improvemenfs are good, land fertile, location
'.-. Possession can be grven immediately supplied with pro- J
; visions, stock, tools, c. Aoaress, .
. . - ALEX. B. HAWKINS,
. . . V '-;: - 7; .'. . . Shocco Springs,
. V .- Warren eo N. C.
'March 18, 1858. ' , - 2:i tf.
CREDITORS OF M ANTEO M ANUFAC
TDRING COMPANY. By the decision ol the Su
preme Court there is left in my hands for distr butiun
"r among the general creditors of tbe Manteo Manufacturiug
Comjiany. about two thousand dollars. All creditors of
said Company are hereby notified to present their claims
' to the subscriber, on or before the 15th of May next, so
. that a distribution of the same may be made pro rata,
among those entitled, before the next session of the Su
' preme Court. .... '
' ' : ' DAN'L G. FOWLE, Trustee.
March 17. 1858. 7, 23 td.
Valuable Lafid for Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBERS WILL EXPOSE TO
public sale on Mondsy of the ensuing Muv Court for
the County of Wake, at the Court House, ONE TRACT OF.
" LAND coiitaining'between seven and eight hundred acres,
- about four and a half miles west of RalVigh, belonging to
tbe estate of the late WILLIAM HILL. The Central
Railroad runs through the tract, the greater portion oi
which is situated sooth of the road, on Simmons's branch.
' The tract adjoins the lands of Hon. John H. 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 tbe tract to the City and
the Central Railroad, it is considered particularly desirable.
1 The tract will be divided into parcels of one hundred
; acres, to suit purchasers. .
Terms of sale, one-half cash, and the remainder six and
twelve months credit, purchasers giving bonds with good
. security. . , . . -
Persons wishing further information in relation to the
' land, will please apply to William G. Hill, Raleigh.
? ... WILLIAM G. HILL, teeutor,
- - -7." ELIZA H. HILL, Executrix.
"I February 1,1858. - - 10 td.
- t3f Register will please copy till day.
TT AND FOR SALE.-WILL BE SOLD ON THE
Jul premise, on tbe 17th of April, 185R, the desirable
property known as the Stith lands, one fourth of a mile
7 West of the City of. Raleigh. There will be 7 lots, con
.: mencing at tbe forks of the roads just beyond St. Mary's
: School, and. fronting on the Hillsboro' and Chapel Hill
- roads. -. Each lot will front 75 or 80 yards, running buck to
' my garden, making fine building lots.
Also one lot inclading the house and all c ut buildings,
v running from tbe Holly Springs road. West, buck to Mr.
. Lee's line, containing about 10 acres. Also a nice building
, lot, fronting t . C- bbepard s lot, containing about o or
' acres. , These are all very choice building lots.
Also about 150 or 200 acres of land lying West of the
' above named lots, cn the Central Rnilroad. which will be
V sold in parcels of from 10 to 50 acres, so as to suit pur
chasers. -! - '
7 These bads will be sold on a credit tbe terms made
' known on day of sale. 7. Titles will be made as soon as the
purchasers bond is accepted, and all titles are guaranteed.
t- IRA BEC&WITH.
' March 25. 1858. " ' . 25 td.
. " J- Register copy till day. .
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
OFFER FOR SALE MY STEAM SAW BULL. SIT-
;, M CATED at Morrisville Depot. The mill is nearlv 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 grist
-" 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
' f . 1." 1 :n : ''' t .
' WVIW1J AUWHU, HIM Will UUb I C1LU1LU lUUg ID HUrKei.
: ' --' .'. ' ; . N. JONES.
. .December 15. '.-... ".'r7-7 . ; . Ill tf.
, ; FOR 8 ALE.
ffcNE OF THE MOST ; BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRA-
. i UK residences in tbe State, with all necessary out-
bonses, and fifty acres of land attached, situated about one
" mile from the town of Louisburg, on the Halifax road.
The bouse is neatly furnished. , Sold either with or with
r out the furniture.. For further particulars apply to
- .'.;- -V -i .: CORNEUA C. DAVIS.
' Louisburg,-August 21. 78-f- '
BEATJY-IIATJE CL0THIHG, &C.
' F I R ST. S PR IN G EXPOSITION,
V: """y- ;''''-;. Ar; "' .".77; " ' ''.
WILLIAMS & COS,
'7'.-' '''J.-'. '- OF ' .- :
; CLOTHING A GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
::- - GOODS.
Embracing the newest styles of this season's importations.
FROCK COAT DEPART.
. Comprising all colors and qualities.
7;.; '.'r. . 7.1v- '7" -7 Is now futl and complete.
OUR TEST. DEPAPTMENT
. All fKa mA4 ailuXd 1.
f fr-:;." (fkUR SBURT DEPARTMENT 7
.ff;'VJ,V l-.-'V-' A11 'oA qualities.
fin TIE8. - 7' :rr:
ILK CRAVATS. W
KDJ GLOVES. ; '
(ILK GLOVES, i ,- i
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Raleigh, March 1$ 1858. 4,
: ; AITS 'HO TE L. .':K
j'l-. WASHinoTOif -Stkctt, J'aTaRSBPga, Viagpnuuv 'st
nriHI7L01G ESTABLISHED AND- WELt;
' M. known HOIISE.-wilt twr wuvMuwt h Tuimoi..'
APRIL. 1st. iiThe proprtetort reapeetfuHy annouBoe that it
-2? nerro" m thorough repair throoghout, and ia con
- 3 OTiOTeo? v. Ait Miemooern lmprorementa of ma
rlr f It ; been snared to-render th tmhliuhmlni ; .u JLZZTs
V1 1 T"7 heat in. the Southern country." A limits
m9 Bn. nn. .
mis aw " - - im -a . . z. . .
. . " -w aa aa7 JiWHiDTq CUUUVTT.
nie as the other Hotel of Peteraborjr.
y -MSS!?? ot e pabfic patnmag
'." T0 PI TT-Metion to render entirt aatigfilction.
i I -A April i'Mit- -' :: JABBATT A tWSi&
, : H IS A Y sac a.a a ju.ji y
- wiw, Mixr. Auniivn. virrn .'fla'liEPn5r.Ti1r..SEi
lected Stock 01 JJKI uwira, mna jr. owum
Ladies, Misses and. Children' KHOES-to an examinahoii ,.
f.of which they mostrMpectfally invite their Wendv v
Ladies Drew Goe.: ; -5-?v, ?
' Double Jnpe Bobes ; :
rgandie .'' 7
Silk- V.v-:; iv - Robes : a aUie; ;-c : : ,
. ,: Organdie . . . . . . ,-. : - X-:-
'jLawoT' ' "r- M JX ' -' - '
Black Silks, from 75 cents up ;' Fancy Silks; Beautiful
Bareges and Organdies; Lawns from 10 cents up; Prints
from all the best manufactories..' . ' - ?' .v"'v7
V ": 7 ' Dress Triinmin?8. '. -
. White and Colored " Piqib;" , " ; ' .
,:; Victoria Collars and Setts colored and white; ,
7 Piccolimini Collars;' ' ' . ' .,
Muslin and Cambric Setts and Collars in great variety.
' BowieU Hita( .
' In every style, and at all prices.
' ' Shoes.
Ladies' "Orleans" Bootees, Jliles' make;
Indies' Slippers and Buskins, " "
! Misses' Bootees. " '
Misses' Heeled Bootees, " "
Childrena' Shoes in great variety.
Skirts ! Skirts i I Skirts lit
Expansion with Adjustable Bustle;
Steel Spring " " " and without;
Crown Cmvelle; -
Reed Skeleton ;
Whalebones, Reeds, Steel and Brass Springs, and Cords.
Ttaloicrli Vnrrb SB. 1H58. 2o tt
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER WOULD CALL
attention to their well selected and superior stock
of RICH SPRING DRY GOODS, consisting of
Silks, in New and Elegant Designs,
- Silk Robes double Skirts,
Silk Kobes two and three Flounces,
Silk Robes a Quille,
Barege Robes, '2 Jnpe,
Barege Robes a Quille,
Barege Robes (Bayadire,)
Organdi Robes double Jupe,
Organdi Robes " a Quille,
Organdi Rubes six Quille,
Organdi Robes, Deux Quille, .
Jackenett and Organdi muslins by the yard, and in
Pique in new and elegant designs,
Prints in small to medium designs.
Travelling Dress Goods..
Challi, Bombazine, Pine Apple and other mourning
Kid Gloves, Parasols, Fans, Ribbons. Laces, Mantillas
in Silk, Barg; and Lace, Shawls, Ac,
The above goods have been seiected with great care, in
the Northern Markets, and will be sold on reasonable terms.
W. H. & R. S. TUCUER.
Conferred upon the Ladies bv wearing the
NEW EXPANSIVE SKIRT,
Which has been decided by the best Medical authority to
be the most beneficial Garment ever introduced lor the La
dies' use, the weight being only 12 oz.
To be found at
W. H. & R. S. TUCKERS.
Raleigh, March 29, 1 858. 26 4t.
Spring and Summer Goods.
VOHN W. WIGGINS RESPECTFULLY MAKES
tP known to the citzens ot Raleigh and neighboring coun
try that be has just returned from the Northern Markets
having completed his SPRING and SUMMER PUR
CHASES of Dry Goods. His stock will be tonn.l to em
brace every novelty of the season many of them not to be
bad elsewhere in inis market. A portion of the stock has
a'ready arrived, and the assortment will be complete by
Wednesday evening next.
Fup particulars will be published hereafter. In the
mean time he invites inspection.
JOHN W. WIGGINS.
4, Favctteville St.
March 80, 1858. ' 2ti tf.
THE FIRST OPENING
FOR THE SEASON,
WILL TAKE PLACK AT
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER S
On Wednesday. 3Iarch loth,
WHEN WILL RE DISPLAYED A CHOICE As
sortment of SKIRTS.
The ADJUST I RLE BUSTLE,
The STEEL SPRING SKELETON,
The PLAIN HOOP.
Also, the FAMOUS BALMORAL.
Raleigh, March y, 1S3S. ' 20
OATS, TO BE FOUND
A-BL Celebrated Uats.
Match H, lHoH.
FALL GOODS FOR 1857.
JUST RECEIVED. A Li RGB ASSORTMENT OF
Ftncv and Staple Dry Goods, Hats. Boots, Shoes, Ac,
which will be sld on as gr'od terms as can be afforded in
tt is market. Tbe subscriber thinks it is unnecessary to
make any great promises abo it what he cau do in the way
of selling Goods cheap, eve y man with common sense
knows that we are bo- rd to make some profit. Call and
examine, and you will find good Goods and prices right.
H. L. EVANS.
HATS AND CAPSA LARGE STOCK OF
every 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 figure.
H. L EVANS.
CARPETS, CARPETS. RICn BRUSSELS, ALL
wool; Turply, wool and cott.cn, and hemp Carpet iug,
just received. Persons in wantof'tliis article will find it
to meir interest 10 can ana examine ociore During else
where. H. L EVANS.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS.-A LARGE ASSORT'
ment of the latest styles of Cloaks. Pi ices ranging
from $1.50 to 25.
W. W. WOODEL,
Dry Goods and Groceries, No. 1, Hargett St.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
following articles : Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Adaman
tine and Tallow eandlu. Tobacco, Ciears and Snuff ot all
kind to suit the taste; Smoking Tobacco at 5ncts. per doz.;
Crokery and Tin Ware; Juniper Buckets, and Horse Buck
ets; Meal, Flour and Corn; Boots and Shoes; Cotton
Yam, Domestics, at prices to suit purchasers, prints of dif
ferent collars; Fhtnel, Kirseys ana Goods for Pantaloons,
knit Shirts and drawers; Comforts; Soup of all kinds;
Perfumery and many other thing too tedious to mention,
all of which will be sold cheap for cash, or country pro
oucce. Give me a call.
Dec. 11. 10 tf.
- Wholesale and Eetril Dealers in 4 y ' :
KtEEAr. & PEBS0HAL ESTATE
FOR SALE : 1.05O ACRES TADKIN RIVER
7. H.iu-..lAJID,Att FERBWk.'-,: .m-
nnm! rubrcriber oferr for bale bis plan-
r-A STATION' on tbte Yadkin Riven containing l.ttnO acres,
together with ihe Ferry,, His situated 5 miles from Salis
bury, od the main road to Salem and Danville ; the North-
-Caruhna UaiirOad runs on the borders of the same. On
1 ine premises is a gooo swelling House, warn, tattoo House-
ana Tes, ana au ot Her, necessary out buiimgssiiine
acres nnder cultivation,, loo acres of which is River boitonr-
watered with good Spring and now lh good.repairf soine
tm aeres aow- down-in wheat, which would be sold witbi
Ju. - i'.-iVV-F .- tm A V I '.1irAKTMKHT :
r- V?l 1R1TK PRIIPIMAUI. BCAlKIJ' AlMlf KD-
f$i domed Proposala-for Navy Supplies," will b received
-at this Bureau until 9 o'clock, a. on Tuesday, the :Mh
: of April next, for furnishing and delivering ton receiving
. i, itntm HKnt fiir biacnit. for which live das no
tice shall be given for every twenty thousand pounds -ftr L
Suired) at toe umteo; siaies. navy-jarua
lassachusetta; Brooklin,.' New :York; and Gosport,"Viir-
ginia, such quantities only ot the following articles as may
e required or ordered from the contractor by the chief of
'this bureau, or by' the respective commanding ntlicers of
the said navy-yards, during the fiscal year ending June 80,
185,viz: . '. ", ''.', : ' ' '
Biscuit, flour, rice, dried apples, pickles, sugar, tea, eoffee,
beans, molasses.' vinegar, and whiskey. -The
biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet superfine
fionr, of the manufacture of the year 1857 or 1858, but shall
in all cases be manufactured from flour made of the crop
immediately preceding the dates of the requisitions lor the
same; andshall be fully equal in quality, and conform in
size and shape, to the samples which are deposited in the
: said navy-yards; shall be properly baked, thoroughly kiln
dried, well-packed, aud delivered fret of charge to the
United States, in good, sound, well-dried, bright flour bar
rets, as above described, with the beads well secured ; or in
air and water tight whiskey or spirit barrels, at tbe option
ol the bureau.
Tbe flour shall be superfine, and of the manufacture of
wheat grown in the year 1857 or 185s ; but shall in all cases
be manufactured from wheat of the crop imme iately pre
ceding the dates of tbe requisition for the same; shall be
perfectly sweet, and in all respects of tbe best quality, and
aball be delivered in good shipping order, tree of all charge
to the United States, in the best new, well-seasoned, sound,
bright barrels, or half barrels, as the case may be the
staves and headings to be of red oak of the best quality,
8. rung and well hooped, with lining hoops around each
bead; and equal in quality to sample barrel at said navy
yards ; two half barrels to be considered as a barrel, and
not more than one-sixth the required quantity to be in. half
The rice shall be of the very best quality, and of the crop
immediately preceding the dates of tbe requisitions for the
The dried apples shall be of the best quality, and shall
be prepared by sun-dijitur only, and -liall be of the crop of
the autumn immediately precediug the dates of the requi
sitions for the same.
Tbe pickles shall be put up in iron-bound casks, and each
cask shall contain one gallon of onions, one gallon ot pep
pers, and eight gallons ol medium cucumbers, fifty to the
gallon, and tbe vegetables in each shall weigh fifty-seven
pounds, and they only be paid for; and each cask shall
then be filled with white wine vinegar of at least 42 de
grees of strength, aud equal to French vinegar; the casks,
vegetables, and vinegar shall conform and be equal in ail
respects to the samples deposited at the above-named uuvv
yards, and the contractors shall warrant and guaranty that
thev will keep good and sound for at least two years
The iron hoops on the barrels Containing whiskey, mo
lasses, vinegar, and pickles to be well pamied with red lead.
The sugar shall be according to samples at the said uavy
yards, and be diy and fit for packing.
Tbe tea shall be of good quality young hyson, equal to
the samples at said navy-yards, aud be delivered in halt
aud quarter chests only.
The coffee shall be equal to tbe best Cuba, according to
tie beans shall be of the very best quality white beans,
and shall be of the crop immediately preceding the dates
of the requisition for the same, 64 pounds to be taken as
The molasses shall be fully equal to the very best quality
of New Orleans molasses, and shall be delivered in well
seasoned red-oak barrels, with white-pine heads not less
than lg inch th-ck; tbe staves not less than inch thick ;
the barrels to be three-quarters hooped, and, in addition, to
have four iron hoops, one on each bilge, 1 (j inch in width
and i-Kth inch thick, and one on each chime l?4 inch in
wii h and I liih inch thick, and shfll be thoroughly coop
ered and placed in the best shipping condition.
The viuegar shall be of the first quality, equal to the
standard of the United States Pliaruiacopaiia, and shall
contain no other than acetic acid; and shall be delivered in
barrels similar in all respects to those required for molasses,
wilh ilie exception that witt-ni; slaves and heads shall be
sub.-t: luted lor red-oak slaves and white-pine heads, and
shall be thoroughly competed and placed in the best ship
The whiskey shall be made wholly from grain, sound and
merchantable! and be lull first proof according to the Unit
ed States eiisioni-hoiise standard, and shah be double recti
fied, it shall be delivered in good, new, sound, bright,
three quarters hooed, well seasoned white-oak barrels,
witu wlii!e-oak heads the heads to be made of three-piece
heading, and well painted; the stares not to be less than
inch ih.ek, and the heads not less than luch thick;
soil each barrel shall be coopered, in addition, wilh oue
three-penny iron hoop ou each bilge inch in width, and
1-liiih mcb thick, and one th tee-penny hoop mi each chime,
l1 inch iu width, and 1-liilh inch thick, as per diagram.
The whole to be put in good shipping order, free of all
charge to the Uuited Siates.
All the torcgoing descr bed articles, embracing casks,'
barrels, half barrels, and boxes, shall be subject to such in
spection as the chief ot this bine.tu may direct, the inspect
ing officer to be appointed by the Navy Department. All
inspections to be at tbe place of delivery. Biscuit may,
however, be inspected at the place of manufacture, but will
in all cases be subject to a liual inspection at the place ot
delivery before bills are signed theretor.
The pr.ces ot all the foregoing articles to be the same
throughout the year, and bidders may otter for one or more
All l he casks, barrels, and half barrels, boxes or pack
ages, shall be marked with their contents and the coii
tiacoir's name. All the barrels aud half barrels of flour,
bread, and pickles, shall bare, in addition to the above, the
year when manufactured or put up marked iiRn them.
The.sainples reterred to in this advertisement are those
selected lor the ensuing fiscal year, and hace no reference to
such as hare been jireoiouuli exhibited.
The quantity of these articles which will be required
cannot be precisely staled. They will probably be about
To be offered for.
Biscuit, 1,800,000 lbs. per 100 lbs.
Flour, 1,400 bbls. per bbl.
Rice, 25o,ii00 lbs. per lb.
Dried Apples, 15o,no0 lbs. per lb.
Pickles, 150,000 lbs. per lb.
Sugar, 235,000 lbs. per lb.
Tea. 25,0iK) lbs. per lb.
Coffee, 25,000 lbs. per lb.
Beaus, 7,iXi0 bush. per bush.
Molasses, 2",n00 gals. per gal.
Vinegar, 82,000 gals. per gal.
Whiskey, 50,000 gals. per gal.
The quantities of any or all may be increased or dimin
ished as the service may hereafter require. Tbe contracts
will therefore be made, not for specific quantities, but for
such quantities us the service may require to be delivered
at those navy-yards respectively.
Contractors not residing at the places where deliveries
are required must establish agencies at such places, that no
delay may arise in furnishing what may be required ; and
when a contiactor fails promptly to comply with a requisi
tion, the Chiei of the Bureau of Provisions aud Clothing
shall be authorized to direct purchases to be made to sup
ply tbe deficiency, nnder ihe penalty to be expressed iu the
contract; the record of a requisition, or a duplicate copy
thereof, at the Burea of Provisions and Clothing, or at
either of the navy-yards aforesa.d, shall be evideuce that
such requisition has been made and received. -
Separate offers must be made for each article at each of
the aforesaid navy-yards; ami in ease more than one article
is contained in the offer, tbe Chief of the Bureau will have
the right to accept one or more ot the articles coutaiued in
such offer, and i eject tbe remainder; and bidders whose
proposals are accepted (and none others) will be forthwith
notified, and as early as practicable a contract will be trans
mitted to them for execution, wh.ch contract must be re
turned to the Bureau within ten days, exclusive of the time
required for the regular transmission of the mail.
Two or more approved sureties in a sum equal to the esti
mated amount ot the respective contracts will be required,
and twenty per centum in addition will be withheld from
the amount of all payments on account thereof as collateral
security, in addition, to secure its performance, and not in
any event to be paid until it is in all respects complied
with ; eighty per centum of tbe amount of all deliveries
made will be paid by the navy agent within thirty days
after bills, duly authenticated, shall have been presented
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on application
to the navy agents at Pi rtsmouth. New Hampshire, Boston,
New York, Philadelphia; Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk,
Peusacola, and at this Bureau. -
A record, or duplicate of the letter informing a bidder of
tnc acceptance oi nis proposal, win ne deemed a notifica
tion thereof within the nieaniug of tbe act of 184d, and his
bid will be made and accepted in couformity with this un
derstanding. Every otter made must be accompanied (as directed in
the act of Congress making appropriations for tbe naval
service lor M(i-'i7, approved loth August, 146 1 by a
written guarantee, trig ieu by one or more responsible per
sons, to tbe effect that he or they undertake th t the bidder
or bidders will, if his or their bid be rcepteU enter into
an obligation within five days, with good aud sufficient
sureties, to furnish the supplies propo to. , The Bureau will
not be obligated to consider any Dronoaal unless acconroa-
nied by the guarantee required by law ; the competency of
iue guarantee to oe cemueu oy me navy ageut, district at
torney, or collector of the customs ' - . 'J? '
. . The attention of bidders is called "to the samples and de-
. Bcription cf articles required, as, in the inspection for re-
ception. a just but neid comparison will b&made between
the at tides offered and the sample -and contract, receiving
none that fall below Ibeai ; and their '.attention y alaipaiv
aicularly direoted to the Jomtreslatfon of 27th-March,
; tD4. and to tne act oi tue iota August, itJ4tt. ; . :
' - Marcb 19. 1858. .r;'; .. : !,ny ..n. 'i'law
tORN FIELD PEAS FOR PLANTING.-100
Bushels ol a.u excellent variety, put up in sacks 2 W
jjusoeui eaaMi.--:v 2. -V.- '!;;; v;:-. ,
iT . ' VlW MIA - '
.-i-J-W' : M-.HABi)IPfl t - if
I : ? ? -'- -' ' i;pvtwujitt UTU&tta. j
PARTIES CLAIMING SHARES tUT
7ii Ihe ftjid-nused by theleef the:p
.jneiarDnigB Mouse, -.witi isttemt. at tbeoSlce of tbe
puprnne.ir.oQ ine.vw. w
to.'esfwlish their.seyers :m
Barean of Prevision and- Clothing. Match 16, 180. f
TOt AVBfG FORMED COPARTjnSRSHIP TO THKy
ITU : Ml.ki.k'MtfM hrnirKhai
fatly announce that Utey are prepared to furnish bncka Id
any quantity, and execute, ..contract-, n;;ineii xne;
shortest notice and at prices which eanhot fail (hi gives-;
isiacuon: ,- -- . .- ---! - :i
Always oil 1
hand; a supply of our areolar drain bricks, to ,
ite public attitioW-7i7
v.,,7V . j. H CvIASaW. PALMER,
- which we invite
X'-f LDKtlt& HM1TU. - -
Raleigh, Mav 14.
1ATEW BAKERY JUST OPEN ED. THE SUB-y
Lyi scriberbegs leave to inform -the citixens of Ralevgh
that he has associated, with him Mr. James Simpson, for-v
merly of Richmond. Vs.. for the purpose of conducting tbe ,
' BAKERY BUSINESS, in all its .various branches, and we
intend to keep on band, at all times, a general supply of
BREAD. CAKES, PIES AND CRACKERS. -
We shall be ready and willing, at all times, to serve the .
public. , . . . ;. 7.7';; , Hi'5-'
Parties furnished at tbe shortest notice. 7 . 1 - ' " - ?
T. A. MITCHE1.L.
Raleigb, Oct. 20. . , , . . .. ,'..-;...;.':. 95 tf. :
The Big Wheel," V""
1HAVE BEEN USING THIS SEASON HAS ENA
BLED me to thoroughly temper my clay, which cannot
be tempered in any other way. The' brick, therefore, are
better. I will sell delivered at the kiln at five -and a half
for merchantable and six dollars for all hard burned. "
I will also call attention to an article of Press Brick I am
now making, not inferior to any made North, South, East
or West. They will be delivered in Raleigh or at either ol
tbe depots at the shortest notice and at moderate prices.
I also keep in my employ skillful and faithful Masons, so
that I will undertake work' at as low rates as can be afford
ed. Leave your orders at either of tbe hotels, stores, or
at my house, and your wants shall be supplied. -All
which is most respectfully submitted.
GEO. T. COOKE.
Aug. 3. . 78
KEROSENE OILS, DISTILLED FROM COAL.
( Sot explosive.) iiecured by Utters patent.
Tbe different grades of these celebrated Oils, suitable for
Machinery of all kinds. Binnacle and Family use, can be
had of the undersigned, also of the Wholesale Oil Dealers
and Druggists in the City of New York, and of the author
ized LocalAgent of the Company in this place.
General Agents, Kebosexb Oil Co.,
No. 50, Beaver Street, N. Y.
Local Agencies granted on application as above.
Orders should specify the description of lamp or machinery
tor which the oil is wanted.
June 5. 56 swly.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY I
fWIHB SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST COMMENCED
I the business bv steam-power of manufacturing
SI'OKKS, RIMS and SHAFTS for buggies and vehicles
of all kinds; and they will be able to afford tbetn to their
customers at the same prices paid for them at the 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-Cut olina, for manufacturing spokes, rims
and shafts by machinery.
The subscribers rely confidently on the patronage of their
fellow-citizens to sustain them in th vr enterprise.
W. D. WILLIAMS.
N. S. HAKP.
Raleigh, Jan. 18, 1858. 6 tf.
ER RING'S PATENT CHAMPION FIRE
PROOF SAFES-WITH HALL'S PATENT
Powder Proof Locks, the same that were awarded separate
medals at the World's Fair, London, 18-M, an 1 the World's
Fair, New York, and are the only American Safes that
were awarded medals at the London World's Fair.
These Safes form the most perfect security against Fire
and Burglars, of any safe ever offered the public, and can
only be had of the subscribers and their agents ; who have
on hand and make to order, all kinds of Boiler 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 (bv purchased and manufacturers of
JONES' PATENT PERMUTATION BANK LOCK.
S. C. HERRING & CO.,
Nos. 135, 137, and 13H Water street, and
No. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray street, N. Y.
Agents- B. W. Knowies, Richmond, Va. ; Rowland A
Bro Norfolk, Va. ; J. H. Thompson A Co., Lynchburg,
Va. ; Bell. Prentiss A Co., Savant ab, G -o. ; O. Mozange A
Co , Mobile, Ala.; T. T. Twitt, New Orleans, La.
March 5, 1858. 19 2m.
CAROLINA BLACK HAWK."
THIS STALLION, SELECTED AND BROUGHT
from Vermont bv Dr. Wm. Strudwick, will make a
Spring sea on in Ilillsboro', to commence on the 1st March
aud close on 15th June.
Tbrms: 3n season if paid withir that time; $35 if not
paid within that time; and $4 to be paid within season,
the ir. are not proving in foal to be served next season free
if charge ; to groom.
Mares from a distance wil be boarded by tbe owners of
the horse at 37 cents per day.
Special care taken to preve.it accidents, but no responsi
Pkdigbkb : Carolina Black Hawk was sired by the Old
Vermont Black Hawk, be by Shermau Morgan, he by Jus
tin Morgan, (the father of the race of Morgans,) his dam
whs sired by the Old Postboy out ol a Morgan Mare.
This Stalliou will be seven years old in July next, of a
jet black color, medium size, weighing ln2K lbs., and one
of the best proportioned and most elegant moving horses
that can be produced, and for gentleness and docility can
not be surpassed.
When three years old he was trotted at the Vermont
State Fair against a large field, and was the successful
The Fall after coming to this State, he shared at State
Fair the 1st premium with a horse of same breed, and last
Fall nt State Fair won tbe 1st premium without scarcely
All communications addressed to the owners.
CAIN A STRUDWICK,
Uillsboro', N. C.
March 1,1858. 13 2m.
HE TRUSTEES OF THE TAWBORO .
Academies wish to employ a gentleman aud bis wil
to take charge of the Schools under their control, on an'
after the 1st June prox. Address,
JNO. S. DANCY.
Tawboro', N. O, Feb. 5, 1858. 12 tf.
RADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, Ac Tfl
undersigned has on band, of his own maiiufacture-LADIES-AND
GKNTS SADDLES, of every grade an
quality; BOYS AND WAGON SADDLES; CAKRIAGI
BUGGY, CART AND WAGON HARNESS; and all othc
Goods usually kept in a Regular Saddlery Establishment- -which
will be sold for cash, or on short credit to punctu:
buyers. Orders thankfully received, and promptly exi
C. W. D. HUTCH INGS.
Raleigh, March 13, 1858. 22 tf.
1RUNKS! TRUNKS I TRUNKS 150 SOL
LEATHER and other Ladies' and Gents' Travellin
Trunks; Valices; Carpet, Leather aud Cloth Travellin
Bags, 111 store and for sale by
C. W. D. HUTCHINGS.
Raleigh, March 13, 1858. 22 tf.
Raleigh Paper Mill.
TUIE ABOVE MILL, FOUR MILES FRO J
Raleigh, on Crabtree Creek, is now iu operation,
am making all kinds of wrapping paper, which will be sol .
at prices to suit the times.
All orders shall be promptly attended to.
Address, E. B. SATER, ' '
Raleigh. N. C.
March 23, 1858. " 24 8m.
900 to 1,090 Bales of Cotton per Annum.
I AM STILL .MANUFACTURING AT THI
Rocky Mount Mills, Edgecombe county, N. C, SOU t
1,000 Bales Cotton per Annum, and will deliver at any t '
our Railroad Depots, free of freights, to punctual custon ,
ers, on three month's time or discount of 2 per cent, fo '
Cash Cotton Yarn. Seine Twine, Plow Lines, Ac.
Orders addressed to William S. Battle, Rocky Mount,
Edgecombe county N. C, will be promptly attended to
March 23, 1868. . 24 lypd. 7
Spring Trade, 1858. 7
JUST NOW COME TO HAND
. . Ladies' Congress Gaiters with heels;.. , 7'-
. Ladies' Morocco Bootees, with beels;
Ladies' Morocco Bootees, without heels; '
7 . - J Ladies' Kid Bootees, without heels; ". -..
..,.'.'. Ladies' Kid Slippers; 7 .' ' . ' , . .'-
7 - - . . Ladies' Goat Buskins ; ' :- , 7 . -. '
' . -7 '. '.-:.?. r. Misses' Goat Bootees; ' " . v' J 7 j 7 i
. L " Misses Morocco Bootees, with heels. .7 -- V. .
v -v- ;v For Gentlemen. J:-" -.. iV;'V'J-X
Patent Leather Walking Shoes; . ' -' - 7; J7i
patent Leatner romp suppers. ;- , '---
T'. ;---i7 '..--i-- - v-.-:'. h. a; depkin:-"'.'
Raleigb Mkreh 24, 1858. : . - ., -";-"7-. 25 tf. 7
J3f Register copy.. 7 7V j'i-'x''- i-V
i , . ." ., 1 '-.
-7 7. Piano-Proposition in Good Faith. k '
m7! UO - N O T ADTERT1SE 'FOR THi J1'
, W sakeof display: btit.to set forth in plara and hooer L
tertns what we really believe, and really intend to do, i i
rgood faith-!SA-t r-T-s!-3V1 -t-i
tJ We knotf our PIANOS fo be good, sjid eel axiona tbi .'.
-'"ethera should know the saie fienc it ia thaf vn off.
- them for Sale ifOrt. trial, that tbey tnay bb tested betfin
Deuurpam itir.m.wtHcticase.uie purchaser faanotniDC tr
. IfU. mr.A ..... w -!n i'
AJTi-i OFr'-BpTn7.. bWISKT; AN; IRISIt
ast reeeired at 0e ComtmssioQ Store pfAi
I-'-.---v W iv?,,',jM --i "towiri V.a..
TRfcG CTOteKB!sALE tTHE SUBSCBI-.
M . bet flawing, the-Wrfpntendence of bi Drug Shire to
his fcrofessKHMtl buawesa. offer it .
' fersale. v He7hano In More, acboiee assortment of tba
Terr best Drtes. A7 , The eiurt of the Store "is one of
tbe best paying in the State; " A good Apotltecary ean maki
tnooey by the investment,' Terms moderate. .If preferred,
' -V .;77'-vD. E. BURKE" HAYWOOD, -Tf-
"EtAIX AND WINTER SUPPJ.T OF.
.U,AND -SHQES.tTHE- SUBSCRIBER -
receiving a large supply of. Boots and Shoes; of all dualities:
mju .TiirtvficB, u wiiivu in loviies sue mteauou in iii vu-.
tomers and the public " Men's and Boys'; Boots and Shoes,
Indies' and Misses' and' Children's Shoea of all styles,
Brogans sad Shoes for servants; Ac. Call and examine, as
1 am determined to give good bargains. -- ' '. r. v-' f
.. v : . . HENRY PORTER.' T
v Raleigh, Oct. 13. . ; : ;- v;i rK-tl:
, " FRUIT TREE8 1 FRUIT TREES liA;-
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF APt'LE, PEAR
Peach, Plnm, Apricot. Nectarine and other Trees now-.
ready for planting out. " These trees are warranted true to-
name and description. ; .7 iv: ' - i; - r-cv i ' -.'Vt-.'i
.Acting. as Agent for J. Lindley, of Chatham, I will
promptly fill all orders for him. " -- -
GIANT ASPARAGUS ROOTS 2 and 8 years old, now
ready for planting, also for sale. ' . "..--.
, .., -.- , W. H. HAMILTON, Florist.
' ' . :. ' ;. Raleigb, N. C. .;
December 17. ' r, . .112 tf. 7:
DAGUERROTYPES, 7 . . . - C
. . CAMEOTPPES,
-- " PLAIN OR COLORED, . :
, Taken at HAVENS', GALLERY, for one dollar and up-
Raleigh, April 24.
ECOND AND 7LAST NOTICE. ALL PER-
sons indebted to the Estate of Isaac Procter, dee'd.
will please call at my office and make payment at their ear
liest convenience, or tney may expect to find their notes
and accounts in the bands of officers.
Persons living at a distance who are indebted to said es
tate, will please write to me, as I know not where many of
them lire, and it wonld save a great deal of inquiry.' - .
J. K. MARRIOTT, Adm'r.
Raleigh, March 14, 1858. 22 1m. '
Sf Register copy.
T IFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF J AS.
W.A Iredell; by Griffith J. McRee, Esq. 2 Vols., Cloth
$2 50 per volume
The undersigned bas just received a supply of the above
When sent by mail, the postage will be 85 cents per
, 22 3m.
Raleigb, March 1(5, 1858.
TEN SHARES OF STOCK IN BANK CAPE
Fear for sale. Aoolv at this office or to
. . - - .
March 29, 1858.
SWAN & C0S LOTTERIES!
ATJTH0BIZED BY THE STATE OF
!TJ $70,000 !-4
FOE TEN DOLLARS!!
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan A Co.,
Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in each of their
Single Number Lotteries for April, 185S, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under tbe superintendence of Commis
sioners. CLASS 9,
To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, April 3d, 1858.
To be drawn in the Citj of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, April 10th, 1858.
To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, April 17th, 1858.
To be drawn in tbe City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on
Saturday, April 24th. 1858.
5?" On the plan of Single Number. m&i
FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
Ilearly ot,e Prize to eiery Sine Tickets.
To be drawn
Each Saturday in April!
I Prize of $70,000 4 Prizes of $900
1 " 30,000 4 " 800
1 " 10,iXM 4 " 700
1 " 5,000 4 " 600
1 4.000 50 " 60O
1 8,000 5o 800
1 " 1,500 100 . J25
4 " 1,000230 100
4 Prizes of $400 Approximating to 170,000 Prize are 1 1,600
5,485 Prizes amounting to 9320.000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters 2.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbei-s 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 wbeel.
The first 457 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is
drawn from tbe other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered bv the Commissioners ; the Prize being placed
against the Number drawn. This 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. 1 1250 draws tbe $70,000 Prize,
those Tickets numbered 11248, 11249, 11251, 11252, will
each be entitled to $400. If Ticket No. 550 draws the 930,
000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 54ft, 549, 551, 552, will
each be entitled to f 300, and so on according to tbe above
scheme. ' " ' ". ' -, " .. .
The 5,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
last figure of 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 ia 2 will be
entitled to $20, and so on to 9
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow
ing rates, which is tbe risk: .';. '
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, - - $80
.-. . - .; ..." ,,- .10 Half ' r ,-" . 40
.W-.i "'-' 7" 10 Quarter X- - , 20
. " ' ' ' 7 '" 10 Eighth ' - - 10
7 In Ordering Tickets or Certificates,
Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered,
on receipt of which tbey will be .forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure fhey may
designate. -.: "' - -
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the drawing. .
gif Purchasers will please' write their signatures plsin
and give their Post Office, County and State. . - -
' t5r? Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
in full without deduction. - ;, '
... 3f All prizes of $1,000 -and nnder; paid immediately;
after the. drawing- other prizes at the usual time of thirty
days.- ;.!'" - '-.."-:.',' -7 ''::.t''-.J.'- ".:
All communications strictly confidential. 7 : ;,., :j .-''";
7 Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to j , r;, ,-: W
';' .' y 8. SWAN & CO.." Augwt 'OecrX!-
VW Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Atlanta
Ga.-, can. have their orders filled, and save time, by -ad I.
dressing S. Swan A Co.; at either of those cities. - J 7 7 -
7 A list of th- numbers that' are drawn from tbe
wheel, with the amount of tbe prize that each one is entitled
to, will lie published after every drawing, in the following
papers: Augusta (Geo.) Constitutionalist, New. Orleans
Delta, Mobile . Register, . Charleston: Standard, Nashville
Gazette.Atlanta Intelligencer, New Ydrk Weekly pay Book.
Savannab Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York
-.Dispatch, 'mud, Paulding (Miss;) Clarion'.' r. y r 7 ''.'-. :. J--'--:"-'-
THE WEEJKJLY SOUTH, ft 7S, :-
T THE INSTANCE OF MANY PERSONS IN DIF.
ferent parts of the country.! have resolved to issue
.-Weekly Edition-ef SssttkV 4'
V -This Edition will contain 'he chief Editorial and Litera-;
ry artfeles of -the, daily japer, bdes ;yariey 7ef news
v Th Wetklu Soutk vrm be sent to r suurte suiMernMir for
.'tinyeer oa theptymentot''$2;'lmt clubs, of-three o .:
'JBore, will be 1 tarnished .ainftUOwuigr.fs7.'i5
kiT' Fii 1 tU 'tMAMaw MSv aw.KwM' 4laA mm J , ' 7- - . '
r 'k ftsfWamtua nf tha WmJ-fA .&fiAiH Kn ImrnXmA l S
.4k wtf Bjiarjnsaav ,v ''-f-'j " 1 '.5"!! M """"""i en..
W.TSQNrs MPIlOtED TEN DOLlTT
", "7 -.
FinHE CITIZENS : 0F RALEIGH AND NEIfiRnAn
:. Jl . 1NG country are respectfully invited to all ,
rnms (Mr, Oopeiand's iaguerrian .- Rooms, over i '
Office, to witness tbe operation of . v. ' Ine rt
Which will be on exhibition at the above place, sffi.rf
fine opportunity for- alt. the citizens to see itand T.D
particular-worth fnr family use. ' v 1 . ,e8t
ThisMachine is admirably adapted to all kinds of' p. 1
Sewinir; it is simple in its construction.easil v onij .' .7
bie to get out of order, and will do as much work in 1
aav as ine mosi expert seamstress can do in ten f 0
needle and is sold for the low price of ' wlUl "w
v , c tio, 12, AND 15.
And with foot-power, Ac, complete 20, 25 and txn
, As the Aeent, Mr. Poisal is now on North. w .
arrangements to furnish the public with these Marhin
the shortest notice.
JNO. H. DAVIS,
Prop. State N. C- W.Ws f 12 Sewinft Ma
vv. 3.. a. .POISAL, Genera Aient
A .: -8. .D. WILLIAMS, Travelling Kx '
State and County tights for sale bv annl.-in. ..
in person or by letter. " " ' 8 H,ns
August aa. . '79-tf.
T EATHERFOR SPRlWG TRADE, WUoip
MLi SALE AND RETAIL. We resnectfullv Lr.Z .
friends and the public that we have in store a fargeund nuwt
excellent Stock of Leather and Funding, for the Snriw
Trade, which we will sell as low as any other establishment
South of New York, and for less price than they can be had
even there, expenses of travelling, freight, 4c, considered.
All of our purchases having been made from the Imimr.
ters and Manufacturers by the whole case or package, and
the advantage of receiving Leather regularly from our own
Tannery, places it in our power to sell Good's as above stat
ed. Those who wish to buy cannot lose by giving our stuck
an examination, and we believe we shall be able to pleas
both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate some ot
tbe leading articles viz :
20 dozen ot Crawlord s Calf Skins (tbis maker had the
Eremium awarded to him at the World's Fair held in
ondon 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,
ou nana ijeamer,
Lasts. Boot-Trees. Shoe and Boot Maker's Tools of
kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools.
Also, Sewed Brogans of our own manufacture, warranted
to give satisfaction, and many other articles too numerous
to mention, at No. 21, Old street, opposite B. P. Harrison'!
Saddlery. F. A. A R. H. F0KD.
n. 15. we pay tbe highest price in cash for Green and
Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store.
Petersburg, May 5, 1S52. tf.
FOR HIRE. A
the ensuing year.
FIRST RATE PAINTER, FOR
Apply at this office
De ember 28.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
Spring Trade, 1858' ;
PESCUD & GATLING 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,
Lnokingglass, 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 increase of patronage from all who hare
heretofore dealt elsewhere, in this or any other market.
Every article warranted pure. Goods will be nut up neatly,
packed carefully, and forwarded with dispatch.
Raleigh, Feb 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
Pvre Drug and Medicines f French, English atul America
Perfumery ; Flavoring Extracts ; Spice and Fanes Ar
ticle; Fine Toilet, Shoeing Sap, Cream, die.;
Hair, Tooth, Shaving and Paint Bruslie; Su
, ferior Segara, Tofsicco and SavJ'; Surgical
Instruments, Trusses and Supporters;
Camphene, Bunting Fluid and
Lamp Oil; Linseed, Ottton
Seed, and Tanners' Oil;
Varnishes, Paints, Dye-Stuffs,
: Glassware, Putt 11. etc bc, &c.
IHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW ADDING TO HIS
Stock a fresh assortment of the best Medicines, ler
fumery, Paints, Ac, a catalogue of which he deeuia no-
- He always endeavors to keep none but the best articles
in bis trade, and believes that all those who have hereto,
fore bought of him have been perfectly satisfied. He solicit
a further extension of trade, and will endeavor to please
both in the quality and preparation of prescriptions.
He is assisted by Mr. C. C. Hughes, a graduate of tht
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, a practical and skilful
Druggist. u -
E. BURKE HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, Oct. 16. r H-tf
CHS OKLKBRATKD HOLLAND EKMEDT I0B
DI8EISE : OF THE KIDNEYS,
' LIVER OOMPLAINT,
'( . WEAKNESS OF . ANY KIND,
V FEVER AMD AGUE,
- And tbe various affections consequent upon a disordered
- STOMACH OR LIVER,
Sncb as Indigestion.Acidity of tbe Sfonach. Colicky PJ
Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Costiveoesj
Blind or Bleeding Piles. In, all Nervous, Rheumatic,
NeuralgicAffectiou. it has in numerous insunces pro
highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided c";
v.Tbis is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on siner
ly scientific principles, after, the manner of theceleDraw
Holland rWessor, Boerbsrc Because of its grest.wc
in most of the European States, its introduction in "
United State was intended more especially fortboseoi w
fatherland scattered here and there over the nx0'" .
mighty country, Meeting -with great success smon? "1
I now offer it to the American public, knowing tbattw,nr
ly wonderful tnedici Del virtues must be ackaowleagea.
- It is particularly recommended to those personi wdwj
constitutions may bare been 7 impaired by w"8.0""",,-.
Jise of ardent spirits, or 6tbr for-ns of dissipation.
rally instantaneons in effort, it finds iu wsy Vr '
. seat of hs, thrilHng and quickening every nerve, ra-K "J
tbe drooping : spirit,-tuid m j?tj infusing new hea
.-vigorin the systeiD 7.' U-,ipj-'-' ; - . . ,a)
NOTICELrWhoever expects -to find this a beven?
be disappointed but ttbeiick, week and low P?'V,
will preve a grateful smUeMdiaL posses
: renuidial pruperties.: -'"Vrjt"-. - x' "7
One battle w.il wnrioce you now,,aiifinitely 'P80, m
.'adlibeas imitations. ' ' ' 1.- im