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PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS.
, THE LAW COPARTNERSHIP BE.
f XJ? tween Mr. Saunders and myself has been closed.
Persons wishing to see me on business will please call at
nly residence. H
Ralei gh, N. C, Sept. 85, 1 860. 77 tf.
WM. J. SAUNDERS.
COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Raleigh. N. C.
WILL attend with promptness and dispatch to bnsiness
of whatever character in the profession, in the Courts of
Wake and adjoining counties.
T3f Notes, Drafts and Claims collected on any point.
September 21, 1860. 76 tf-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Determined to devote hereafter the whole rif his time to his
profession, can alwavs be found at bis office in the Brick
Row on Faveiteville" Street unless absent on the Circuit,
March 1, 1859. 24-ly.
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOOD,
, Counsellor and Attorney at Law
RALEIGH, K. C,
Will attend the County and Superior Courts of Wake,
Johnston and Chatham; the Superior Courts of New Han
over and Sampson, and the Terms of the Federal Courts,
and Supreme Court of North-Carolina at Raleigh.
Office, the one formerly occupied by the late Hon. Will.
H. Havwood, Jr.
Raleigh, May 22. 52 sw.
TIIEO. H. 11ILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Raleigh, N. C.
rjf Prompt attention given to Collecting.
January 24. 1860. 7 ly.
W. L. SAUNDERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SALISBURY, N. C
Will attend the Courts of Rowan, Stanly and Cabarrus
November 10. 101 ly.
D. H. C. Moors, Johx P. Barnes
Late of Mississippi. Late of Halifax, N. C.
MOORE & BARNES,
ATT0RNIES AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND SO
LICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Napoleon, Desha Cocstt, Abeaxsas.
Will practice in all the Courts of Ibe State of Arkansas,
and in Bolivar county, Mississippi. Will also attend to
the buying of lands, paying taxes for non-residents, 4c
All business intrusted to their care will receive prompt
MOORE k BARNES,
Napoleon, Desha County, Arkansas.
Refer to Hon. H. 8. Foote, Nashville, Tenn.; Hon. A. O.
Brown. U. S. S.; Hon W. K. Sebastian, U. S. S.; Hon.
John V. Wright, M. C, Washington City, D. C.
December 16, 1S59. . 107 ly.
B. B. BULLA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
asheboro', it. c.
WILL practice in the County and Superior Courts of Ran-
aoipn ana anjoiuing cuumica.
July 10, I860. - 55 4m.
B. R. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SALISBURY, N. C.
ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF ROWAN
and adjoining Counties. Collections promptly maae.
t OW L-
J. A ENGELHARD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tawborough, N. C.
February 4, 1869. 18 ly.
W. J. RASBERRY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
S.vow Hill, N. C ,
Will practice in the Couits of Greene, Wayne, Pitt and
RT Special attention to Collections.
December 16, 1859. 107 lypd.
E. BROCK HOLDEN,
ACTING OFFICER FOR CASWELL CO.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL CLAIMS ENTRUSTED
to him with accuracy and despatch. Post Office
Leusburg, Ji. C
March 2, 1S58. 18
C. C. BARTLING,
A First Class Hotel, convenient to Car and Steamboat
March 27, 1860. 25-1 T.
Wholesals and Rcu U Dealers in
STAPLE & FANCY
Also, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.
13 SYCAMOBJS ST., PETERSBURG, VA.
THOMAS hT MOORE,
HAS REMOVED TO THE NEW AND SPACIOUS
Store, No. 115 Sycamore street, 8 doors above Don-
Johnston's, and next to Miller k Peace, where be is
Fw opening a Urge stock of HATS, CAPS, Ao, for the
Merchants, Planters, and others, are respectfully invited
, , i.nuu ui uia uuuua uciuiv vujui oibcwwis
September 14, 186a 74 8m.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
AND STOVE WARE HOUSE.
Headway & johnson,
(Successors to R. S. Thompson,)
ff AVE TAKEN THE STORE 68 SYCAMORE ST.,
jF directly in front of the Court House, where may be
"ond a large and well selected stock of Stoves, Plain and
t u'"Ifd T'n Ware. Wood Ware, Brittania Ware, Castors,
'"le Cuttlery, Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons, Hollow
ti" Flre lrons s,OTe P'Pe8. Sheet Zinc. Force and Sue
"n Pumps, Lead Pipe, Bird Cages. Clocks, and a large va
st )l i U8e KeePinfT Articles, all of which we are selling
Jj. low est possible prices. To merchants we can offer
" uucemenis. release call anu examine our BlocK ana
ant' w1e.Knm,a' be pleased to show our goods to those in
l.. ,f w cannot suit yon as to price and quality, we
i"t O Vl o Wva fins nliitwini tVia uu4a
tereburfoVa, Sept. 14, 1860. 74-tf.
STEVENsON, WEDDE1L & CO.,
IV PORTE RS AND JOB8BRS IX
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
No. 73 amd 80, Stcahori Stkkkt,
E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
trade to our unusually large and elegant stock of
Every Yariety of MEN and BOY'S WEAR,
GLOAKS A2STS SHAWLS,
A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS,
Together with every class ot Goods to be found in Whole
sals Houses, North and South.
The Merchants of Noith-Carolina, Virginia and Tennes
see, are invited to an examination of our Stock, which will
be found specially adapted to the wants of their customers,
and will be offered for CASH, or on the usual credit, at
such low prices as cannot fail to meet the views of the
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly exe
cuted. S. W. A CO.
September 21, 1860. 76 tt
1860. Fall! Fall! I Fall!!! 1860.
I AM NOW RECEIVING BY SHIP SUSAN KINKS,
of my own Importation, direct from Liverpool to City
Point Va., and by Ship W. L. Lindsey, from Liverpool to
New Vok, a large Stock of
Earthenware. China, Parian Ware, &c,
and am receiving from the Eastern and Western Factories,
Glass Ware of all descriptions. Cut and Pressed. My
Stock is large, embracing all Goods found in Crockery,
Glass, and House furnishing establishments. 1 am pre
pared, and will offer great inducements to punctual paving
and cash customers, and ask of all an examination of my
goods and prices before purchasing.
No. S5 Sycamore St., Petersburg. Va.
Best Baltimore and City made Stone-Ware on hand.
September 7, I860. 72 Sinos.
HAS BEEN REFITTED AND FURNISHED. AND
is now opened for the reception of GUEhTS. The
Phofriktobs make no promises. ht invite the public to
give them a trial and judge for themselves. Thirty or
Ihirty-bve Members or the legislature can be lurnusbed
with board, and good and convenient rooms.
BURCU t PHILLIPS,
Raleigh. K. C, Sept. 18, 1860. 76 tf.
J so. S. Daxct J no. H. Htmak,
Late of Tarboro', X C. Late ot HecOand A'cct, A C
F. M. Htmax,
Late of WarrenUm, H. C.
DAKCT, IIY31AN & CO.,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
124 PEARL STREET,
HYMAN, DANCY & CO.,
The New York House will be conducted by Jxo. S. Dakct,
aided by R. W. Htham.
The Norfolk House will be conducted by Jko. H. Diiai
and F. M. Htmax.
137" Particular attention given to the sale of Cotton,
Corn, vt beat, Aaval stores, AC.
September 11, 1860. 73 -tf.
$3?" Register copy till forbid.
DR. THOMAS D. HOGG, PreridenU
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, Cathier.
Dr. T. D. Hooo, II. S. Smith,
Q. Bcsbeb, J. G. Williams.
This Bank is now receiving deposits at the Exchange
Office of John tt. Williams A Uo.
Discotnrr Dat, Tuesday.
Raleigh, 5. Cn Feb. 17, 1 860. U-tf.
U. M. MARTIN. BE0. & CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N. M. MARTIN, SON & CO..
CONSIGNMENTS OF TOBACCO, COTTON, WHEAT
and CORN respectfully solicited.
As heretofore, prompt personal attention given to the
sales oi proauce, ana our uesi enons win oe useu io give
tS3 Produce consigned to N. M. Martin, Son k Co.
Richmond, will be forwarded by N. M. Martin, Bro. k Co.,
free of any forwarding charge.
May 11, 1860. ' 89 Uanl.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
nnHE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM
JL the Northern Cities with a large and beautiful assort
READY MADE CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Which he will sell upon such terms as cannot fail to please'
All in need of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING will
find it to their inteaest to call at tbe
Corner of FayetttviUe Slteet and Market Syiwr,
Where they will find Clothing of every description, from
tne nnest to tne lowest priceu.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 2, 1860.
7a I m.
UPHOLSTERER AND PAPER HANGER,
One Door above the Po,i Office,.)
fJATIXO JUST LAID IN MY FALL SUPPLY,
MM. which will mase a very extensive ana Handsome as
aortment of Goods in my line, consisting of New Stvle
Decorations; Gilt, Velvet, and Common papers, (sme very
neat, aa low as 10 cents roll) and Borders to match, which
I will put op in the neatest manner, either in town or
country. Window Shades, Cornices, Curtain Bands, Pic
ture Tassels, Cords, Ac., Jiounges, Hair, shuck and Cotton
Mattresses, Table Oil Cloths, Ac, Ac
Also constantly manufacturing to order my Celebrated
Newlv atented Spring Mattress, which for comfort and
durability cannot be beaten. Urateful for tbe patrnnare
heretofore received, I ask continuation of the favors of
tbe Public, and promise to make every effort to give satis
faction, both in prices and work.
Raleigh, N.C., Oct, 12, 1860. 82 lm.
shoe and Leather House.
WILSON, McILWAINE &. CO..
66 Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Virginia,
fJAVE RECEIVED. AND OFFER FOR SALE, AN
MM unusually large stock of ttoods, in their line, com
prising every variety of Men's, Women's and Children's
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
PLANTATION AND RAILROAD BROGANS,
TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS,
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHERS,
SHOE FINDINGS, Ac, Ac, Ac
Sole Wholesale Ajr nts in this City for the sale of
Mitchell'- Metallic Tipped Boots,
And Shoes for Boys -nd Girls, Merchants are invited to
examine their stock Td prices, which they are determined
shall compete success llr with houses here or elsewhere.
tf Orders promptly and carefully attended to by one
of tbe nrm.
JOHN B. WILSON,
R. W. ROBERTS.
September 5, 1859. 78-tf.
EALEIGH, N. C, WEDNES
BUSINESS CARDS, &C.
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD I
Change f Schedule!
Ralkigr, November 1st, 1859.
ON AND AFTER T'JiS DATE THE MAIL TRAIN
on the R'e:gh 4U Gaston Railroad will run as fol
Leave Raleigh daily at 710, A. M.,
Arrive at Weldon daily at 12, M.
Leave Weldon dailv at II, A. M..
Arrive at Kalcijiu daily at S.40, P. M.
THE FREIGHT TRAINS will run as follows:
Portsmouth Freight leaves Raleigh Monday, Wednesday
Arrives at Raleigh Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday.
Petersburg Freight Leaves Raleigh Tuesday, Thursday
Arrives at Raleigh Monday, Wednesday and Fridav.
P. A. DUNN.Siipt.
November 8, 15.19. K6 ly.
FALL TRADE t
HAMILTON & GRAHAM,
Importer! and Wholesale Dealers
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Invite Ibe attention of Southern Deales to their large and
extensive Stock of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Good,
now in Store and ready for Exhibition, comprising a full
and handsome range of
Also, tbe largest and most attractive Stock they bare
ever presented to tbe trade, of
3.4 and 6-4 Fulled Cloths,
Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Blankets, Kerseys, Llndseys,
And leading DOMESTIC GOODS, purchased in large quan
tities on the most favorable terms from various manufac
turers, and especially adapted to the wants of tbe
Virginia, North-Caroliun, and Tennessee Mer
chants, They feel assured that purchasers viaitintr this city will
find their Stock both extensive and desirable, embracing
the newest and latest designs or the season, all of which
will be offered to punctual customers on terms to compete
with any House North or South. A call is solicited.
All orders shall have their personal attention.
f3f Agents for Cotton Yarns and Shoe Threads.
September 1, 1S60. 74 2m
McPHEETERS &. GIIISELIN,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
mmrouLD call the attention of country
V V Dealers and Planters to their large and select stock
01 UHUltJh UKUUbtuts, including
.Vx) bags Rio, Luguavra and Java Coffee,
SO hhds. N. O. and P. R. Sugars.
SoO bbls. Refined Sugars, all grades,
UK) bbls. bright, heavy N. O. Molasses,
5(1 hhds. Muscovado Molasses,
25 Tierces Prime Rice,
!i KM Sacks L. U. and G. A. Salt,
Hi"1 boxes Adamantine, Chemical and Sperm Candles,
!iiHi boxes Brown and Toilet Soap,
looo Reams Wrapping Paper,
Ion Uiiles WrnmmiC Twine.
Brooms, Buckets. Grain and Ground Spicesof every kind.
Blacking, Starch, Fig, Blue. Ac, Ac
TEAS. Our assortment of Green and Black Teas is very
complete, embiacing a variety of choice chops, which will
be sold at prices to please.
N. B. Sjieciul attention paid to' consignments of Floub,
COTTON, .1ATAU OTOKE3, LSBJBD f KUIT, OLC
September 12, 18.0!), 80 tf.
HUNT'S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
RALEIGH, N. C.
PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS IN
Prices Ranging from $20 to $80.
THESE PORTRAITS CAN BE TAKEN FROM DA
guereotypes and Miniatures, or from Life; and being
finely finished in Oil Colors on Canvas, ther are perfectly
durable, and make beautitul fainting. 1 her can been
lanred to anv size, and such changes or alterations as may
be desired can be made Mr. ANDREWS, the Artist who
colors these pictures being an experienced Portrait Painter
and a fine Colorist, all who wish a finely executed work of
art should call at the old established Gallery, on Fayette-
ville street. 1 hose preferring portraits painted from lite.
would do well to give Air. A. a call, rersons hnvng Ua
guereotppes of deceased f iends can, by giving the color of
the nair, eyes, and complexion, secure a permanent and lite
like portrait Photographs can be finished iu Water Colors,
Pastel le, India Ink or Crayons, at prices ranging from (111
to f 3t. The plain Photograph from 1 to tin. Melaino
tvpes for Lockets, Cases, Rings and Pins. Ainbrutypes,
Vignertes, Neillogruphs fur seudii.g in letters, Ac, taken in
all weal tiers.
E. HUNT, Photographist,
Raleigh, N. C.
March 1, I860. 19 ly.
THOMPSON'S NEW JEWELRY!
CHAS. H. TIIOMTSON IS NOW OPENING
one of the finest Stocks of JEWELRY in tbe murket.
Amougst bis additions will be found a superb lot ot
and be has made arrangements for filling orders of every
This may be said to be a new feature in his business. Pat
terns of all imaginable descriptionx may be seed at his
C. H. T. respectfully solicits an examination of his stock,
Orders promptly attended to.
Repairing of WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac, carefully
and promptly attended to.
Raleigh, Oct, 7,18.1V. 87 tf.
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
For Sale of Negroes,
Fbanklin Street, Richmond, Va.,
dELLS NEGROES BOTH PUBLICLY AND PRI-
k!5 ratcly, and pledges his best efforts to obtain the high
est market nrices.
He has a safe and commodious JAIL, where 6e will board
all Negroes intended fur his sales at SO cents per dar.
July 27. 1860. o ly.
JOHN W. COSBY,
RALEIGH, N. C.
September 25, 1860. 77 tf.
METROPOLITAN WASHING MACHINE
Rnbbins; and Wringing Done Away.
THIS WONDERFUL MA
chine is remarkable for the fol
lowing qualities, which it is
warranted to possess.
It does not wear the clothes,
and never breaks a button.
It cleanses thoroughly the
most delicate as well as the
roughest clothing, and rinses
It is perfectly simple, very
strong and durable, aud can
hardly get out ol repair.
It is Tight and portable, and
when not in use takes no more room than tne common
It ia admirably adanted to tbe wants ot the South as
well as the North, and bas never failed to please wherever
A common hand can with ease and perfect safety to the
clothing, wish faster and better than lour washerwomen
can by hand.
Orders promptly filled, with Machines having full direc
tions lor use, by tbe suDscrmers, wno are ine auinonzea
agents for the sale of these great Labor Saving Machines in
tbe states or Virginia and nonn-i;aroiins.
TREADWAY k JOHNSON,
68 Sycamore St.
Petersburg, Va Sept. 14, 1 860. 74 tf.
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE.
rrtHE SUBSCRIBERS ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
ineir rianiaiions on iiiuie rumg cnr, ia nru
county, near Littleton. The two tracts of about 800 and
700 acres respectively are contiguous, and will be sold to
gether or separately. The soil is well suited to the usual
crops of the country, and there is a full proportion of good
creek and branch low grounds. On the larger tract ia a
good Dwelling, oi eignt rooms, wun sniiaoie oiu-nouses;
on tbe other, a large Tobacco Barn, Overseer's Houes, Ac.
Apply to J. U. a. a., on tbe premises.
J. D. B. HOOPER.
August 14, 1860. 65 2m.
ji" -v . . .4 ' . -r - - -
DAY, OCTOBER 17, 1860
THE OAK CITY HOUSE,
WILL BE OPENED
DURING THE FAIR WEEK,
AND CONTINUE OPEN
TILL THE CLOSE OF THE LEGISLATURE.
That popular and far famed Caterer,
W. U. PEPPER.
Will have charge of the CUISINE DEPARTMENT, and
all the choice delicacies of the season will be served with
taste and despatch.
Ut'f'UMliS TUtS ru&T Urrllli.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct, !, 1860. 81 tt
Founded 1852 Chartered 1854
Corner or Baltimore and Charles Streets.
flint IjAlttilvST, Jiurvl r.l.r.uAMLV r V K.M5HKU,
-M. and popular Commercial College in the United States.
Designed expressly for young Men desiring tn obtain a
Thorough, Practical, Dnsiness Education,
in tbe shortest possible time, and at the least expense.
A Large and lleuutiful Ornamental Circular, containing
upwards of SIX SQUARE FEET, with Specihe or Pkx
manship, and a Large Engraving (the finest of the kind
ever made in this countiy) representing the Interior View
of the College, with Catalogue stating terms, Ac, will be
sen to every young Man, on application. Free of Clanje.
write immediately and you will receive Ine package by
return mail. 'Address.
E. K. LOSIER, Baltimore, Md.
September 1, 1860. 70 ly.
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL OPEN THE UPPER
part of the
Largo Brick Building,
So. 15 FayetUtUle Street,
for the accommodation of strangers visiting the city dur
ing the approaching Fair, and also for the Members 'of the
Legislature. Those wishing comfortable and convenient
rooms will do well to call and make a selection, as the lo
cality of the bouse is convenient to the Capitol Square,
and in a very desirable part of the city.
MARGARET J. FENTRESS.
Raleigh. N. C.
October 5, I860. gj
Spirit of the age copy two times.
IMPROVED COTTON GINS.
I HAVE RECENTLY ADDED TO MY COTTON GINS
W. McLEX DON'S improvement on Cotton Giu boxes,
by which the 4in will pick about one-hird more cotton
per day, and improves the quality of the cotton from yi to
)i ceut per pound over any Giu" not using this improve
ment. It picks the seed cleaner, and prevents the cotton
from cloggiug on the saws.
This improvement consists in flanging the heads of the
cotton box six inches from where the saws pass through
tbe ribs, in a direct line outward, deflecting from this line
in an angle of about fifteen degrees causing the cotton, as
it passes upwards, to contract on the s ws and expand in
the box as it goes downward, thus shifting tbe cotton so
as to present a different surface to tbe saws continually as
they move round.
Messrs. P. Ileiineberry A Co. are my agents at Norfolk,
Va , and aie prepared to fill promptly all orders entrusted
July 24, 1860. & 3m.
NOTICE OF IMPORTANT SALE.
ON THE 2-.tr DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, AND AT
the residencence of the late JJ1IN MURRAY, de
ceased, in the north part of the county of Alamance, I will
sell, at public uuction, twelve likely Negro Slaves, and
amongst them some first rate field bauds.
At the same time and place, I will sell all tbe Household
and Kitchen Furniture ol said deceased, all his Farming
Tools of every kind, a lot of Corn, Fodder and Har, two
head of Horses, his stock of Cattle, Hogs and Sbee'p, and
a variety of other articles not now necessary to mention.
The above sale will be upou a credit uf nine mouths, and
purchasers will be required to give bonds with approved
JAMES MURRAY, Adm'r.
October S, 1860. 79 lm.
TO CONSUMERS OF COAL.
I SHALL, DURING THE WINTER, (AND IN FACT
all the year round,) keep on hand a
Full Supply of Coal for Grates and Stores.
As I never order, nor do I intend to sell, if I am aware of
it, any nut tne very Bfcsr article or Coal, I hope to receive
a liberal share of patronage. I sell Coal per long ton, vix:
2.'24n pounds. Coal will be weighed on the Town Scales
if desired by the purchaser.
Orders left at my nQice will be promptly attended to.
Orders from the corintry when the parties are not known
should be accompanied with references.
WM. P. MOORE, Jr.,
Newbero, N. C.
October S, 1860. 80 2t.
APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO THE NEXT
Legislature of Norh-Carolina for a law prohibiting
the sale of intoxicating liquors in the town of Haywood,
Chatham county, N. C, and within two miles and a half of
tht corporate limits of tbe same.
September 2.", IStiO. 77 lm.
A SITUATION WANTED.
TnE UNDERSIGNED. WHO IS A GRADUATE OP
Randolph Macon College, desires a situation as
T. J. OVERBEY,
Young's m Roads, Granville, N. C.
September 4, 180. 71 6tpd.
fllWO GOOD PRINTERS TO WORK ON THE DAILY
M Post, at Washington, N. C. Also one capable of
taking the .enure charge of tbe Mechanical Department.
uooo wages win De given.
A. B. CHAPIN k CO.
September 28, I860. 78 lm.
Tlf R. WIL. GARLE BROWNE HAS RECENT
Hi RY returned from New York, and will remain in
tbe City and vicinity a short time. Persons desiring bis
services win make immediate application, as ne bas en
gagements to meet farther South.
N. B. Communications left at Cbas. B. Root's Store.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 9, I860. 81 It.
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING.
TOnN A. JONES, FAYETTEV1LLE STREET. NEAR
9 the New Bank building, baring added recent improve
ments, respectiuiiy solicits a call Both irom citizens and
strangers visiting me Uity.
Ralaigb, N. C Oct. 9, i860. 81 tf.
NOTICE-SELLING OFF AT COST.
nnHE ENTIRE STOCK IN TRADE OF MESSRS,
JL DODD k SCHEIB, having been assigned to me in
payment of debts, are now offered for sale at cost. Tbe
Stock consists of an extensive assortment of Fancy Good
and Tov. also of Cundiee. A'vte. FrviU, Segare. te.
Also, for sale an Ice Cream Machine, and apparatus for
All persons indebted to Dodd k Scbeib, are requested
to make immediate payment to me, or to Mr. WM. H.
DODD. my only authorized agent.
KEMP P. BATTLE, Trustee.
Kaleigb, IN. U.. !Sept. 1, lo. 70 tf.
BOARD FOR MEMBERS.
WILLIAM T. BAIN WILL BE PREPARED TO
accommodate some ten or a dozen members of tbe
Legislature with comfortable board. He will use bis best
endeavors to please and give satisfaction to all who may
His charges will be as moderate as the times will permit.
ma residence is near ine standard uince.
Raleigh, N. O, Sept. V,, I860. 77 tf.
rftlHE SUBSCRIBER CAN ACCOMMODATE
JL with BOARD twelve or si xteen members uf tbe ap
GEO T. COOKE.
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 25, 1860,
WHY STAND YE ALL THE DAY IDLE?
ANY LADY OR GENTLEMAN IN THE UNITED
States, possessing from (6 to $7, can enter into an
easy and respectable business, by which from (5 to (10
per day can be realized. For particulars, address (with
stamp) W. R. ACTON k CO ,
No. 87 (old 41) North Sixth St., Philadelphia.
September S3, I860. 78 Cm.
1SG0. FALL TRADE. 18G0.
EDWARD C. BEL.VIN,
Dealer In English and American Hardware,
House Furnishing Goods, Blacksmiths',
Carpenters' & Joyners' Tools, Car
riage Trimmings, Bolting Cloths,
Fine Cutlery, Woodea-ware,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
AND AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS' PLATFORM SCALES,
HAS just returned from the Northern cities, and ia now
receiving, direct from the Importers and Manufacturers
tbe largest and most complete assortment of English and
American Hardware of every description that he has ever
had the pleasure of offering to the public. Be sure and
call at the old established Hardware Store, at R. Smith's
Corner, as 1 intend to sell goods as low as any bouse in
E. C. B ELY IN,
Hard-ware Corner, Fayetteville St ,
Raleigh, N. C.
September 28, 1860. 78 3m. .
BY EXPRESS I
NEW DRESS GOODS.
ROCADE SILKS, WITH MAGENTA AND S0LFE-
KINO COLO ItS, ON BLACK..
PLAIDS FOR CHILDREN.
W. II. At R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, N. C, Sept 25, 1860. 77 tf.
HATS FOR YOUNG MEN.
SUPERB MOLESKIN HATS at $3 60 worth 14 SO
" ' - " 4 00 $5 00
Call soon and get fits, as they are going off every day
i W. II.' &. R. 8. TUCKER.
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 25, 1860. 77 tf.
VELVET AND CLOTH CLOAKS,
CLOAKS, CLOAKS AND MANTLES,
FULL LENGTH VELVET CLOAKS,
" - CLOTH "
ARAB CLOAKS IN COLORS, AND IN BLACK.
SACQUES AND CAPES FOR MISSES.
A superb assortment, At
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 25, 1860. 77 tf.
J. PALMER & CO..
MARKET STREET WHARF. PHIL AD' A.,
Dealers in Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
Have constantly on band an assortment of
DRIED AND PICKLED FISH, Ac, vix:
Mackerel, Shad, Salmon, Blue Fish, Herrings, Codfish,
Beef, Pork. Lard, Shoulders, Hams, Sides,
Cheese, Beans, Rice, Ac.
September28, 1860. 78 8m.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OP LIME.
Cash Price. $45 per 2000 pounds,
(2X cente per pound)
A LIBERAL D1SCODXT MADS TO SCALBBS. . ffj
TN THE PREPARATION OF THIS VALUABLE MA-
JL NURE, Bones are vied in their raw etateonly They
have never been boiled or calcined. They are taken aa
nature has made them, crushed with powerful machinery,
and subjected to a process, by wbi.-Ji, while all the virtue
of tbe Bone is retained, a Fertilizer is procured, furnish,
ing in a concentrated and soluble roan tbe two indis
dispensable ingredients for the growth of Plants and en
riching tbe soil, viz: phosphoric acid and ammonia. Tbese
two ingredients, by the use of - B AUGH'S RAW BONE
SUPEK-PHOSPUATE," are given to tbe soil in all tbeir
original strength and purity. They assimilate at once with
tbe soil, furnish all the needful Ammonia for tbe growiug
crop, giving it ample luxuriance, and leave tbe land per
manently benefited so that its presence can be traced for
Tbe steadily increasing demand which has followed tbe
introduction of our
Raw Bone Super-Phosphate of Lime.
is a marked proof that the Farmer and Planter are begin
ning to appreciate the value of jnch Fertilizers, as not only
produce the find crop but also permanently improve thb
. i . i . I r
SOIL; ana on inis pouii we nave aoununni eviueuce iruui
those who prefer its use to that of Peruvian Guano.
Since tbe introduction of our article we have continually
desired to furnish a Manure combining ALL tbe important
constituents of Haw Himr, and we have accomplished this
by a process originating with, and used only by, ourselves.
iiavuu ot suns,
No. 20 South Wharves, Philadelphia.
JAMRS 31. TOWL.ES.
AGENT FOR THB SALE Or
Agricultural Implements. Fertilizers, dec,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Raleigh, N. C.
September 4, 1S60. ' 71 2m.
September 5th, 18G0.
GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
BOXES ASSORTED FAMILY SOAP,
AO Boxes Adamantine Candles,
60 " Assorted Candy,
15 u Pure Uighlrnd'Soda,
15 " Osceola Starch,
80 Kits Mackerel,
JO " White Fish,
20 Boxes Raisins, i
20 Half boxes Raisins,
20 Quarter boxes Raisins,
65 Boxes and Cases Champagne,
20 Boxes Cheese,
10 Casks Ale,
6 Casks Porter,
5 Hlidt. Molasses.
20 Sacks Marshall's Salt.
Sugar by tbe Barrel.
Coffee by the Sack. '
Bacon in lots to suit, at
E. A. WHITAKER'S.
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 7, 1860. 72 tf.
WATCH I. S! WATCHES!!
tiOLD AND SILVER.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VERY FINE WATC
I have tbem for sale.
Joseph Johnson. Church St., 19 Jewelled.
I bave sold them for thirty years always gave entire
Will. Dixon Watch. Equally as Good.
I bave sold Thousands of Dollars worth of the above
Watches, and never bad one returned. Also,
The American Watch Two Makers.
Warranted excellent Time-keepers durable Watch.
Together with very fine GENEVA WATCH, for Ladies,
Those wanting a Watch to keep time by will do well to
call, aa the Watches shall be aa represented. I sell as cheap
as they can be bougnt eisewnere.
JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh, Feb. 8, I860.
fWlHIS FERTILIZER IS NOT. AS HAS BEEN SUP-
M posed, artificial, but pure Bird Manure, bsing equal
aT.: . " I, a t II l . . I I I
quantities ui reruviau ami 1 uuspuaiic uuinu, murouguiy
mixed and gr.mnd fine, entirely removing tbe heating and
burning properties of tbe Peruvian, and adding a lasting
and real vitality, by tbe use of the pbosphatic, which tends
to improve tbe soils permanently. For wheat it is equal to
any manure ever used, as can be proven by thousands who
have used it. Several instances have been reported where
it prevented Hist. Many who have tried it side by side
with Peiuvian say that it is far preferable, and that it will
ultimately supersede it. Pamphlets sent post-paid free of
cnarge. ine same quantity 01 nettieweirs uuano nsea
per acre as ine reruvian. r nc coo per iod 01 z,uuv ids.
B. T. BOEK0VER,
Also, Agent for Mapes' Nitrogenized Superphospbte of
tame ana ronarette ot tao LiOdi uanuuciuring tympany,
BepiemDer 7, lsw. 13 saws,
NORTH-CAROLINA STATE PAUL
Tr0TICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
who desire to exhibit articles at tbe Fair of the State
Agricultural Society, to commence in thia City on TUES
DAY the 16th of October, that they will direct all Articles
for exhibition to the care of JOHN R. HARRISON, Esq.,
who has been dnly appointed by the Executive Committee
to receive Articles intended tor exhibition at tbe Depot,
and to convey them to tbe Fair Grounds. All Artidea (or i
exhibition should be at the Depot in this City by M0N
DAY. the 15th instant, ' 7 ,
Mr. P. F. PESCUD and Dr. L. S. PERSY have been
appointed a Committee of Reception to pro vidv accommo
dations for visitors. ' - - ; .
WILSON W. WHITAKER, Seet'y
October 8, 1860. - , 79-43..
STATE OP PTORTn-CA ROLIH A ROCKING
HAM COUNTY. William W. Roper and others vs.
C. 1 Gkmn, Administrator of Charles Roper, deceased In
in this ease it is referred to the Master to state the ac
count of C L. Glenn, aa the Adm'r. or Charles Roper,
dee'd., and that he advertise lor all of the next of kin of '
tbe said Charles Roper, dee'd., to appear before.him at tbe
time and place of taking tbe same, and prove their rela
tionship. . , . 1:
In obedience to tbe foregoing order, nolio is hereby grr
en that I have appointed my office in the town of Went
worth, Rockingham count v, ai the place, and Saturday, the
27th of October, 1860, as the time, when and where f shall
proceed to state tbe account above mentioned, at which
time and place all persons claiming to be the next of kin of
said Charles Roper are requested to nrake their appearance
and proof to make before me, if proof they can, of tbeir
said relationship to the said intestate.
A. M. SCALES, C M. E.
October 9, 1860. (Price adv. SI td.
ARBOR VnE, ARBOR VITJE.
ARBOR VIT.E3 OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES
from 25 cents to 2, according to site and quality.
They consist of tbe following varieties, viz: Gulden, Gi
gantic, American, Japan, Tartarian, Siberian, Chinese, Ne
panl. Gold Edged, and others.
Just send your money, and you will get your money's
Kaleigb, a. U.
October 12, I860. 82 it.
OXFORD FEMALE COLLEGE.
J. H. Mills,
Miss M. A. Fowler,
Miss E. J. Babhah,
Miss Mart Harqravb.
School of Fine Arts.
Miss E. J. Emioh.
School or Music.
Mrs. E N. Mills,
Miss S. A. Faccett,
Miss M. C. Brasvell,
Tuition in Elementary Branches,
" College Classes,
" Drawing, (materials included,)
- - Painting in Water Colors,
" " Oil Painting, (materials included,)
H u Wax Work, (materiult included.)
" " Embroidery, (nmterials included,) '
" M Music, (instrument furnished,)
" Board, (washing included,)
Board and Tnition in tbe three months,'
Extra charges and needless expenses are strictly prohib
itednecessary purchases are made by tbe teachers. Pic
ayune pedlars are not allowed to enter the premises, and
no pocket money is required
Oxford is situated on tbe bealtky hills of Granville, 12
miles from the Raleigh k Gaston Railroad, and is connect
ed with Henderson Station by a line of daily stages.-
The scholastic year is divided into two sessions. Tbe
first opens on tbe fiist Monday in July and closes on tbe
last Thursday in November. The second opens on the first
Monday in January and closes with tbe annual commence
ment on tbe last Thursday in May.
For the Annual announcement apply to
J. H. MILLS, Oxford, N. C.
June 18, 1860. 49 lypd.
LAND FOR SALE.
M-ry ACRES OF LAND, SITUATED OR LYING
bc JL ef on both sides of the road leading from Green
ville to Newbern, and just three miles from Greenville.
Tbe tract contains 417 acres of land, about 200 acres is
cleared, part of it is now grown np in pine bushes for the
lack of force to coltivate iu
About 45 or 0 acres of it is rich swamp, and can be
very easily drained. On one of tbe swamps Mr. Wiley
Bell and Mr William Brooks have cleared some 4 or 5 acres
next to us of their part of the swamp, which brings from
ten to twelve barrels of corn to tbe acre.
Nearly all of the np land is of good clay foundation, the
very sort of land to manure and improve upon. Manure
that is put upon it amply shows for itself. A large por
tion of it is well adapted to cotton, and would be a valuaW
ble plantation if some man owned it who bad force enough
to improve it, and put it in a good state of cultivation.
Tbe land bas a good dwelling house upon it, surrounded
with a beautiful oak grove, a splendid well of pnre water;
and is a very pretty place to live at, Ac ' Said land haa
also an orchard of fine fruit trees.
Persons wishing to purchase land, wonld do well to look
and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
1 am determined to se'L ' '
June 13. 1860. 47 6m...
TALUABLE WARREN COUNTY LAND ;
FOR SALE. ' .,
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT PRIVATE SALE
tbe Tract of Land belonging to the estate of William
PJummer, situated on Ricbneck Creuk, in,Warren county,
N. C, about five miles from Warrenton, three from Sbocco
Springs, and adjoining the lands of Messrs. Alexander
Jones, Jacob Parker, and others. The Tract contains about
600 acres, is in good condition, and is considered one of
the best plantations in tbe county.
Any one wishing to buy a small plantation, situated in a
healthy country and surrounded by excellent Society, will
find in this place a rare opportunity. Possession will be
given by tbe loth of December, with tbe privilege of seed
ing a crop of Wbeat this Fall if desired "
. My son, Edward Plummer, will show tbe land to anyone
desirous of purchasing, and will also give any information
regarding said land.
Extr'x. of William Plummer.
Warrenton, N. C, Sept. 11., 1860. ' . 78 tf. '
TO THE PUBLIC.'.'
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE- AT-
tention f tbe public generally to tbe following offi
cial advertisement emanating from tbe Executive of North-"
Carolina, dated Raleigh, N. C-, September 8, I860, and sign
ed by John W. Ellis, Governor of North -Carolina !
Raleigh, N. C, Sept, 8, 1860. )
Some few weeks since a requisition was taken ont from
this office, by one B. F. Harrison, of Jones county, in this 1
State, asking tbe Governor of Arkansas to surrender Dr.
Jos. J. Forbes, of that State, upon an alledged charge of '
kidnapping a slave in this State.
Dr. Forbes was surrendered and brought to this State,
and the charge duly investigated.- This investigation
showed the charge to be whol ly groundless and malicious,
and it appeared that said Dr. J J ."Forbes had not in any
way violated tbe laws of this State in any particular. ..,
A prosecution will be instituted against said Harrison,
at my instance, for falsely suing out tbe requisition afore- '"
said, at tbe first session of the criminal court for Jones
county. ,' i!
JOHN W. ELLIS,
Governor of North-Carolina. ,.
Ii will be seen thereby that tbe Governor of North-'.'
Carolina bas undertaken to pronounce judicially upon toe
conduct of tbe undersigned, and tbe motive by which he
has been actuated. The undersigned wholly deaiee-'that
be acted with any malicious purposes in tbe matter refer
red to. On fie contrary, he asserts. that be acted upon
legal advice, and be expects to be able to show, when tbe
prosecution . threatened shall be instituted by tbe Gover
nor, that bis conduct was based upon facts communicated ;
. . l t. 1 , .1 ;,. J uh.i;iij c ,
fur the proceedings he has taken. The undersigned sub- '
mits to the public that the advertisement of the Governor 1 '
of North-Carolina, in which one branch of tbe Govern
ment condemn and orders another to prosecnte, is without . .
precedent and wholly uncalled for'; and be begs a suspen
sion of public opinion until the facts can, as they, will be,
judicially ascertained. " .
-F. B. HARRISON.'
Jones county, N. C, Sept. i. I860. - . 1 88 lmj
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. . .
HAVING LOCATED IN THE CITY Of RALEIGH,
I take this opportunity to inform tbe Public gener
ally, that I am prepared to make contracts for public or
private Buildings, in any part of tbe State, on tbe moat fa
vorable terms. I am also prepared to furnish Granite in
its rough state for building or other purposes, or dressed
to order in any shape required, at reasonable rat.' -; .
Orders for Stone addressed to me through tbe Poet 0f
fice. Box 249, or left in care of James Pnttick, will .meet
with prompt attention. - ,
ySff" All bills payable to me (odividoalry. ' V
August 22, 1860. 1 ; - 67 Uan.1.
A SITUATION AS ASSISTANT OR LOCAL EDI
TOR, (if desired, will take tbe Editorial charge.) hi
city or country, by a young man who has bsd considerable
experience in Editorial life, and is also a practical printer.!
Persons wishing further information, by letter or other
wise, are referred to
H. EDMUND ORB, SQ.
October 7, 1Sfi9. 87 tf. .
vAiiinuAU inUii Aa . vjl.i . ww
H I. m 11 . 1 . . mi r in J. . - ai 1
jlw ions aaurosa iron, r raueru, 02 puuuus to tue aru,.
For sale by
October 12, 1860. 82 tf.