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THE . NOKTH AJlOmA
Mi . ii
THE LAST CHANCE.
""TATING NO USE FOB THE LARGE WORKSHOP
MM on my premised, I otter it for sale, together with the
vacant lot lying south of if, containing about one acre.
The shop ia 1 by M feet, and is substantially built, and
nearly new. It is situated in the Western Ward, near
Barns' Foundry and Machine Shop.. The vacant kit is
a Terr eligible one for building upon. Those wishing ;o
purchase will please call soon, as 1 shall not keep jt to
market long. FRANK L WILSON'.
October 12, I860. ,atC
ITORTH.CAROI.INA MUTUAL LIFE INSU
. a Orrica Raleigh, N. C.
THIS COMPANY TAKES RISKS UPON ALL
healthy lives between toe ages of 1 and 60 years
fcr one year, for seven years. r for life-the .unrtr, for
lift participating in the profits of the Company, hlaves,
between the ages nf 10 and years, an- iusured for one
ear or fire years for two-thirds their market value.
r All -osses paid within 0 days after satisfactory proof is
DIRECTORS FOR 1860 AND 1861.
Chas. E. Johnsos,
W. W. Holokx,
H. W. Hcstkd,
W. H. McKee,
- R- II
J. M. Lovsjor,
W. H. Jones.
K. P. Battle,
J. O. Williams,
C. B. Root,
P. F. Psscun,
Chas. -E. Jonxsox, President,
W. W. Hold ex. Vice President,
H. W. Huistkd, Attorney,
W. H. Jones, Treasurer,
R. H. Battle, Secretary,
W. H. McKeb, Med. Examiner.
C. B Root, I
Q. BttSBRE, . V Ex. Con
W. U. McKbb, )
For further information the public is referred to the
pamphlets and forms ol proposal, which may be obtained
t toe office of the Company or any of its Agencies .
Address. R. II. BATTLE.,
Raleigh, Aug. 4, 1860. 63-ly.
WORTH-CAROLINA WRAPPING PAPER.
AS GENERAL AGENT OF E. K. SATER, PR0PR1E
tor of the CRABTREE PAPER MILLS, I am ready
to settle bis accounts for Paper, to nnrchase stock, and to
cell Wrapping Paper, of all d .sorptions, on favorable
terms. Orders for stieh paper solicited, and executed with
promptness and datch. LlftllFORD,
Kaieigh, N. C.
February 8, 1860.
SPRING M ATT R ASS.
I AM NOW MANUFACTURING A SUPERIOR
SPRING MATTRASS, to which I call the attention of
the public. The luxuriousness of this elastic concb, and
the convenience of its arrangement, as well as the low price
t which I offer them for sale, strongly commend them to
Call and examine them at WATSON'S Upholstery Es
tablishment, Raleigh, near the Market House.
July 6, 1860. 64 tf.
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.
4 DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER, IN EASTERN
North-Carolina, is offered for sale upon Tery mode
rate terms It has a handsome and constantly increasing
subscription list, and is put into market solely because the
Proprietor contemplates going into an altogether different
business, the prosecution of which would be inconsistent
with the publication of a Jonrnal.
For Terms, Ac address the Editor of the StanairL
August 8, 1860. 62 tf.
TO OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS.
AS ONE OF THE SUB-ELECTORS FOR THE 4th
Congressional District on the Breckinridge ane Lane
Ticket, I hereby inrite our friends to call at the office of
the Democratic Press or Standard, and get Documents
C. B. HARRISON.
Baleigb, Sept. 7, 1860. 7a
TO THE FRIENDS OF HOME MANUFAC
TURES. rTpHE KINSTON SHOE FACTORY IS NOW IN SUC
JL eessrol operation. ORDERS for negro BROGANS
and BOOTS are solicited.
J. C. CARPENTER, Agent.
Kinston, N. C, July 27. I860. 60 tf.
TTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
X the ensuing session of the Legislature of North-Carolina,
application will be made for an act to incorporate a
Mining Company, by the name of the Baltimore A North
Carolina Copper A Gold Miuing Company.
October 11,1860. 82 lmpd.
fATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
Aw tha ensuing session of the Legislature of North-Carolina,
applicuiou will be made for an act to incorporate a
Mining Company, by the name of the Silver Valley Min
October 11, I860. '82 lmpd.
THE SINGING SCHOOL COMPANION con
tains, in addition to its Course of Instruction in Vo
cal Music more than One Hun.ired Songs. Duets, Fonr
Part Songs. Glees, Ac., eighty-seven Metrical Tunes, forty
two Select Pieces, sixteen Chants, and five Grand Choruses.
Price 67 cents, on receipt of which it will be mailed, post
Published by OLIVER DITSON A CO.,
277 Washington Street, Boston.
Oct. 12, 1860. 82 tc
TO TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS.
A PHILOSOPHICAL AND CHEMICAL APPARA
TUS, in good order and well selected at the cost of
9SS4, will be sold in Franklinton, N. C, on the 20th of
October 1 2, 1850. 82 4 1.
THE REASON W HY NATURAL HIST0RY-GIV-
ing reasons for hundreds of interesting facts in con
section with zoology, and throwing light upon the pecu
liar habits and interests of the various orders of the Ani
mal Kingdom ; By tbe Author of " The Biblical Reason
Why." "The Reason Why," Ac. Illustrated with numer
EL FURELDJS: By the Author of "The Lamplighter"
and" Mabel Vaughan."
LUCILE A POEM; By Owen Meredith, Author of
The Wanderer," Ac.
' For sale by
W. L. P0MER0Y.
Raleigh, N. O, Aug. 17, 1860. fi6
MARIAN HARLAND'S NEW BOOK.
TAXEMESIS; By Marian Harland, Author of "Alone,"
1rl.''?"lde,, th" "Moss Slde." ec- P"ce 1 25.
This day received, and
For sale by
, . t . W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. C.Ang. I860. 67
For tbe Standard.
Ma. Holdex : Being a native of North-Carolina, and
having been recently dragged from my new home in Arkan
sas, to answer a charge of kidnapping in my native State,
I ask you, in justice to me, to publish the following state
ment from tbe Governor of tbe State.
, Very respectfully,
, . J. J. FORBES.
Raleigh, Sept. 8, 1860.
ExxcenvB Department, )
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 8, 1360. J
Some few weeks since a requisition was taken out from
this office, by one B. F. Harrison, of Jones county, in this
?tatt "jamg tbe Governor of Arkansas to surrender Dr.
Joa, J. Forbes, of that State, upon an allcdged charge of
kidnapping a slave in this State.
a V Fe ""Tendered and brought to this Stale,
and theebarge duly investigated. This investigation show
ed toe charge to be wholly groundless and malicious, and
it appeared that said Dr. J.J. Forbes had not in any way
violated tbe laws of this 8tate in any particular.
A prosecution will be instituted against said Harrison,
at my Instance, for falsely sneingoot the requisition afore
aai, at the first session of the criminal court forjonea
Coontj. JOHN W. ELLIS.
Governor of North Carolina.
UNIYERSITY OF MARYLAND,
rpHE FIFTY-THIRD SESSION OF THE SCHOOL
M. of Medicine, of the University of Marylaud, will com
tMABcSm? 0CT0BER 18W n on e 1st
W1'.L . FACtTLTT t
NATHAN R. 8MITH, M. D, Professor of Surgery.
Pharni' KEN' M D- Profes8or ' Chemistry and
SAMUEL CHEW, M. D, Professor of Practice of Medi-
cree, c -
wiJ'f T AiL SE!LB.1RGER' M- D- ProC of Obstetricks, Ac
WUdAphytoSgV,1MOIiD' M- D- Pr0feMOr f A
EDWARD WARREN, M. D, Professor of Materia Medica
GEO. W. FARNANDIS.M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Baltimore Infirmary, containing 150. is in close prox
i? to .tbe Co" no under the exclusive control o
the Faculty, ao that the eery best Clinical adoarUage, are
afforded by this Institution.
. The Dissecting Room ia abundantly supplied with mate
TU,k?0?Veu ontil 10 o'clock V. M.
Uood Board can be obtained at from $8 to 4 per week.
-. rnessors- r ees, t90 I Matriculation Fee, $5
Graduation Fee, 20 Demonstrator'a Fee, tin
G. W.-MILTESBERGER, M. D Dean.
LARGE AND IMPORTANT SALE.,
LANDS, NEGROES, &G.
IN PURSUANCE OF A CERTAIN DEED IN TRUST,
executed to him bv John Harden, of Alamance uoiy
and State of North-Carolina, the undersigned will offer lir
sale, at the residence of ihe said John Harden, in said
county, on MONDAY, the 15th day f October next, tbe
following vnluable property, to'wit: wk
That weH known and desirable tract of land on wh eh
the said JJin Harden now resides, which said land dJ,ns
the lands of George Forest and other, is situated I""
waters of Alamance creek, is healthv and m.t Pnt''
located, and baa upon it a large and 'em"' l?
House, and .all other necesssry out-huusea. and contains
"K. tract joining the above and the land, of Mori
son Kreeland, A. H. Boyf and others, "h.ch lies on o. .th
side, or the public roal leading a.th from the tn-rf
Graham, and just out of the lim.t. of said town, and con
tains about 130 acres. .
Also, the following houses snd Io s ""'"
wit The lot known as the Noel place, the lot known as
The John Dancv Place, and the lot known as the William
lMncy place. eich o?which is furnished with a good and
con, Z iWDwellin House and o her out houses, and con
U in one and a half seres. Also one "nin.pn.ved lot in
laia town?.djoining the lot of John G Albright, and con-
'Ari ,K,Ti'k, Oanien Mil. tract -fain-ing
seven and three-fourth acre, npoti which Itt re are
piod Gnst and Saw Mills, both new snd doing a limviug
"Alsojfonrteen likelr Young Negroes, men. women and
children, and among ihem some very valuable servant ana
IMci bands. . , , ..
Also, a large lot of first rate farming tools of all sorts,
new and well made; a complete set of Blacksmith sI.h.Is,
and one of Tanner's Tools ; a new and well oinstrticted cot
ton Gin of the best piteut; and a lot or Household and
Kitchen Furniture. ,
Also a larire aud eimd stock of Horses. Cattl and Hogs.
The last year's crop of Tobacco and that or tins year ; a
large lot of Wheat. Corn, Oats, liny, and a number of other
articles not needed to be mentioned now. .
The above sale will be upon a credit id mtmlh, witn
interest rrom date, as to alt sums over ten dollars, und pur
chasers will be required to gire bond well secured for all
amounts over thai sum.
To those who mav wish fo purchase the above PmPJ7,,'i
or any part thereof,' and may desire to examine for thf 111
selves before th- dav of sale, the nndersigucd will lake
pleasure in showing 11, and in his absvuee the said John
Harden will do so.
J. W. HARDEN. Trustee.
September 11, 160. 73 tl.Kict.
HAW RIVER LAND FOR SALE.
HAVING RESOLVED TO REMOVE TO TEXAS. I
now offer for sale some of the most valuable land,
lying on tbe waters of Haw river and its tributaries, that
can be kuind in Aiumance county. .
I WILL SELL the tract of land on which I now reside,
one mile from Shallow Ford Bridge, six and a half miles
Irom the Companv Work Shops of the S. C. Central Rail
road, Ac, containing 4 acres more or le.-, 1 " of which
is in a good state of cultivation, and all the rest is 111 on
ginal forest. This land i well adapted to the growth ol
all kind of grain common in this country, and, above all,
superbly adapted to the growth of tue tinest Tobacco. It
is well watered with pure and never failme springs and lis
well supplied with good meadows, aud it has large orchards
of both Apples and Peaches, of good varieties, of both
kinds of fruit. It has a lirst rate Dwelling lions and
Kitchen, good Still House and Tobacco Baru; and, in a
word, all neeessarv buildings for the comfort and safety of
an- farmer. The" fences are all good, a gd Mill within
three-quarters of a mile, and a very good Mill Seat on the
land. This land lie leu miles mirth-west of Graham, in
as healthv and as civil a neighborh.Md as any that can be
found. Anv person desiring to purchase good land like
this, would' do well to come and view mine before buying
elsewhere. For further particulars, address
1 G. W PALMER.
Shallow Ford P. O.
November 1, 1859. '.'4 if-
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
RATTLE, SLAM AND BANG !
Here I come with a rush !
JC. S. LUMSDEN WOULD MOST RESPECT-
fully inform the citizens of Raleigh and yicinity, that
he ia now prepared to do all kind of
Tin and Sheet Iron Work,
such as the manufacture of tin ware. Ac, in n!l its various
branches. Also, every stvle of ROOFING. GUTTERING
and PIPING of honses done at snort notice.
Having secured a complete set of Tools and Machines, he
flatters himself that all who patronize him may rest assur
ed of satisfaction, in regard to quality and price.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes, by punctual attention
to business, tn merit a continuance of tbe same.
Raleigh, N. C, March IS, 1S00. 24 tf.
EA. WHITAKER KEEPS THE LARGEST
stock of GUOCEUIKS and l.lyl'OKS in Kaleiuh.
He will be pleased to wait on ny one that may call 00
CURRANTS, RAISINS. PRUNES,
FIGS, ORANGES, LEMON'S,
LOAF AND CRUSHED SUGARS.
SMOKED BEEF k BOLOGNA SAUSAGES,
CANVASSED UAMS-N. C. HAMS,
MESS PORK AND BEEF.
July 13,1860. 51 tf.
AND TIME THROWN AWAY IN' IiUTING GRO
eerie, Liqa rs and Provisions without examining tbe
large stock of
E. A. WHITAKER.
The large and well selected stock,
eye, and the money that you will save
that will greet your
by a single purchase
will prove a suuiuieni rewara
I will sell my Stock
Intending to go North next month,
at a greatly redueed price.
JulyS, 1R6 .
GREENSBOROUGH MUTUAL INSURANCE
Pays all Losses Promptly I
John A. Mebane, W. J. McConnel, C. P. Mendenhall, D.
P. Weir, James M. Garrett, John L Cole, N. H. D. Wilson,
Wm. Barringer, David McKnight, M. S. Sherwood, Jed.
H. Lin 'sav, Greensborough; W. A. Wright, Wilmington;
Robert E. Troy, Lumberton; Alexander Miller, Newbern ;
Tbadeus McGee, Raleigh; Thomas Johnson, Yancey ville;
Dr. W. C. Ramsey, Wades bo rough ; Rev. R. C. Maynard,
Franklinton ; Dr. E. F. Watson, Watsonville.
N. H. D. WILSON, - -JED.
H. LINDSAY, - -
Secretary and Treasurer.
C. P. MENDENHALL, -PETER
ADAMS, - - .
WM. H. CUMMING, -
W. J. McCONNEL,
J. A. MEBANE,
J. M. GARRE'iT.
All communications on business of the office should be
sent to PETER ADAMS. Secretary.
Greensboro', N. C., June 12, 1860.
BBLS. FAMILY FLOUR
CF Also a prime lot ot Goshen Butter, in large and
Also a lot of pickled and smoked Salmon, and pickled
For sale by
W. R0BT. ANDREWS.
Raleigh, N C, April 18, 1860. 80 tf.
Trustee's Notice. Rednced Prices.
THE STOCK OK GOODS CONVEYED IN TRUS1
by THOS. CALLAN to tbe subscriber are now being
sold at reduced prices. Those wishing to purchase READ 1
MADE CLOTHING cheap for cash had better call soon.
WM. WHITE, Trustee.
N. B. Those indel'ed by note or account to Thos.
Callan, by calling and settling, will avoid the pavment of
cost. W W
Raleigh, July 10, 1860. 65 tf!
-f f AAA FRUIT TREES. AT LUX
M- Wajvf vv nmburg, one mile south-west of
Greentboro', N. C. consisting of Apples, Pears, Peaches,
Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Ac The above number of
Trees and plants are now ready for sale by the subscriber.
From eighteen years of practical experience, and knowledge
in the nursery business he flatters himself that be now has
the most select collection in the Southern States.
All orders promptly attended to, and catalogues sent free
on application. Persons ordering catalogues by mail will
please inclose a stamp to prepay.
.John M. Clark, Wilmington; Rufus Scott, Fayetteville
J. A F Garret, Greensboro'.
. THOMAS H. FENTRESS.
August 28, 1860. 6 tf.
. ; LAW. BOOKS. '
A LAW DICTIONARY AND GLOSSARY Contain
ing full Definitions of the Princ.pal Titans or Ta
Common asd Citil Law, together with translations and
explanations of the various technical phrases in different
languages occurring in tbe ancient and modern Reports
and Standard Treatise, embracing also all the Principal,
Common and Civil Law maxims; By Alexander M. Bur
rill: a net and enlarged tiluiim.
For sate by
. W. L. POMEROY.
Rale gh, N. C, Feb. 23, 1360. 17-tf.
TAKEN -UP AND COMMITTED TO THE JAIL OF
fumberland county, on the 1st of May, 196 as a
rnnawar, a negro who sava he ia free, that his name is
HENDERSON SEARS, and that he is from Davidson
county, and was bound fo DAVID HUNT. He ia ab.iut
Sii vear old, 6 Teot high, and weighs about 10 Uis ; had
on 'when taken up a hickory shirt, black Ca. pants, and
black round coat. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove ptoerty, pay charges, and take him away, or
be will be dealt with ua the law di'ects.
O. L. McKAY, Jailer.
June 8, I860. ' ' 4-tf.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
fflHE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW RECEIVING
JL . their Spring and Summer supplies or
Druss, Medicines, Faints, Oils, Dyes tuffs, Ac,
which ha been carefully selected of the Importers and
Manufacturers, to which they invite an examination from
iheir friends, and the public generally, feeling assured they
can please both in price and quality.
WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Ralegh, N. C, April 20, 1S0. 8i- tf.
A FINE SUPPLY OF THIS JUSTLY CELEBRATED
Colgne just received. Also, Farina Cologne in long
and Wickered bottles. Bazin's quart size family Colugne,
aud many others of superior quality, in Store, and
For sale cheap, b v,
WILLIAMS k HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, N. C. April 20, 18n. Si! tf.
PILES, FISTULA, TUMORS, Ac, Ac.
DR J. A. CLOPTON, of HnnlsviKe. Ala., treats with
perfect success Piles. Fismla, Tumors, Ac. lie has
treated an old Governor of the State, the oldest Physician
of Montgomery, several Physicians in Mobne; several
member of the legislature, and others of South-Carolina,
Virginia, Tennessee and Mississippi. The patient is not
con lined to h s bod or room. Telimnnials or the highest
character forwarded to any that may wish them.
A three cent stamp must accompanv all communications.
Address J. A. CLOPTON. M. D.
April 2"), 1 6-. 3-J-tf.
191 LES, FISTULA, STRICTURES, CAN.
cen. Ulcers, Turners, Scrofula, and all other Diseases
of the Skin, cured bv the use of Dr. Clopton's remedies.
Pamphlets, containing testimonials of the highest char
acter, forwarded to any that may wish them.
I'ersi us wilting to' test the' wonder fill efficacy of Dr.
Cloptou's Remedies, must "correctly describe their disease,
giving all the particulars from its- commencement, loca
tion, extent, Ac. Medicine sent bv mail.
J. A. CLOPTON, M. D
January 24, l".;o. 7 ly,
DRUGS A.I MEDICIXES,
Fall Trade or 1859.
rf 1IIE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW RECEIV-
JL ing their Fall supplies or
Drngs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, Dyeitnffs, Fan
cy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
which have been carefully selected in the Northern Mar
kets by one of the firm, tn which they invite an inspection
irom their friend and the public generally.
Will find our Stork complete, and to those about cotr
mencing fhe practice of Medicine, we guarantee an outfit
for less money than they can purchase it North, as, from
our long exerience in the business, we know best the arti
cle and quantities wanted by beginner for tbis part of the
We can supply with Spices, Soda, DrestufTs, Patent Medi
nines, Sniills, Ac, at a very small advance on New York
prices, and request them to price our stock iu this line be
fore making their purchases.
PAINTS AND OILS
We have given special attention to the purchase nf, and,
bavirtg bought them exclusively of the Manufacturers for
Cu-li, will sell them at such prices as cannot fail to please;
and would say to Cash and short-time purchasers, they
will Consult their interest by calling on us before buying.
Of the best Foreign and Domestic Manufacture, snrh as
Cologne, hxiracts. Pomades, Hair Oils, Satchels, Tooth,
Hair and Nail Brushes, ami Druggist Fancy Goods gener
ally. We have the largest and most complete assortment
we have ever had the pleasure to exhibit.
Believing our home Journals a suflicient medium for ad
vertising, we do not think we require the aid, and did not
get up while North, a secial Circular preclaiming our
"speed and bottom," preferring that our friends and the
community should judge whether we sell as good Articles
and as cheap as any other House.
Orders solicited from the siirronnding country, which
shall have our prompt attention, and be executed with
neatness and despatch.
Physicians' prescriptions and family receipts compound
ed ut all hours of the day and night, with care ana accu
racy. WILLIAMS k HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, Sept. 26, 18."9. 84 tf.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for
children teeihuig. At PESCUD'S.
OOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE is in great
CREAM OF TARTAR,
PESCUD'S CITRATE OF MAGNESIA is the
PFSCUD'S is the place to get your fresh Drugs and
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
TTWflSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
w w and Oxygenated Bitters, At PESCUuS.
BURNETT'S SUPERIOR ARTICLES,
SUPERIOR SHOULDER BRACES,
3 At PESCUD'S.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
x At PESCUD'S.
FOR QUANTITY, Quality, and Low Prices,
Go to PESCUD'S.
4 LITTLE MORE RAT POISON,
BEST PEARL STARCH.
ET THERE BE LIGHT!
JLi Let there be good Light I
Let there be cheap Light I
PESCUD introduced some time ago a new Lamp with a
new Oil to burn in it. Shortly after their introduction the
Oil was thrown into market so bad that it was useless to
try to burn it. Since that time there has been a steady
improvement ; and now PESCUD bas the pleasure of offer
ing the purest, best burning and cheapest Kerosene ever
sold here It is warranted to burn one third longer than
tbe best Oil sold by parties heretofore pronouncing tha
whole thing a humbug. - It burns free or smoke or smell.
It only costs a little over one-fourth cent an hour. It is a
better light for tbe eyes, and better fur all purposes than
any other light. It is sold at $1 2o per gallon, or 85 cents
a quart. At PESCUD'S.
. ORM MEDICINES. Fahnestock's, Bardott's
II Sugar Drops, Cnmstock's. McLane's, Javnes' Spe
cific tor Tape Worm, llobensack's Worm Killer, Perry's
Dead Shot, Jaynes' Vermifuge.
FRESH AND PURE GROUND SPICES.
Cinnamnn, Cloves, Mace, Allspice, Nutmegs, Cayenne
Pepper, Black Pepper, Africa! Pepper, Jamaica Ginger.
BLACK AND YELLOW MUSTARD,
. At rESCUD-S.
FANCY SOAPS, Highly Perfumed,
WWAIM'S PANACEA, Sand's Sarssparilla, Staf
5 ford's lnvigorator, Uotllaud's German Bitters, Hostet
ter's Bitters, Ayer's Medicines, Wistar's Wild Cherry,
TRY THE CHEROKEE REMEDY. The de
mand is increasing and the effects are truly wonder
ful. A third supply just received,
Raleigh, N. D., Sept. 23, I860. 73 tf.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
' rOR COUGHS, COLD8," Aer -Ayer's Cherry
JL Pectoral, Wistar! Balsam Wild Cherry. Tyler's Sw
ap Gum A robe, Brown's Troche; Bryan's Pnlmonio Wa
fers, Mrs. Holt's Cough Syrup, Wistar's Lozengers,
y The genuine at " '
. , PESCUD'S Drug Store.
PURE COD LIVER OIL. Simms. Rushton's,
and Hazard k Caswell's Medicated Cod Liver Oil .'-
FOR BOWEL COMPLAINTS Try Eaton's In
fantile Cordial. Dalbv's Carminative. Valpeaux'a Rem
edy, Jamas' Carminative, Mrs. Winalow's Smithing Syrup.
I'eacud's Diarrhoea Cordial ; any ot which kinds aro de-1
serve&ly popular, and for sale
CHEROKEE REMEDY Thorn's Extract. Cu
beb and Cupiaba, Tarrant's Extract Cubebs and Co
p aba, and Capsules of all kinds.
At PESCUD'S Drug Store.
TOILET ARTICLES. For all who love a full
and luxuriant growth id" hair, they must try the fal
lowing Restoratives: tzekial'. Wood's, Mrs. Allen's,
Phaloii'a, Barry's Tricophorus, Kathairon, Cocoaine. Cocin,
Ess. Bay lraves, Jaynea' Haif Tonic and an indefinite
variety or Pomades, Balsams aud Oils of Foreign and
American manufacture, at
PESCUD'S Drag Store.
THE MOST SPLENDID AND DESIRABLE
assortment of Cosmetics. Perfumery. Soap. Brushes,
Toilet Extracts, Colognes, and Toilet Articles of all kinds
is now on exhibition, and will be sold very cheap
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW A WORTH
trying, viz: Phalon's Snow White Oriental Cream
for beautifying the complexion.
For sale at
JVERY LADY WHO DESIRES A PRO-
fusion or Curls at a trifling: cost or time or money.
and no injury to her hair, should send to PESCUD'S fur a
Vox ot Arnold 1'uient liair Curler i rice 50 cents.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 2, 1S6', 79 ft
5f" Register copy.
NORTH-CAROLINA FORM BOOH.
ANEW AND COMPLETE EDITION OF THE
Nokth-Cabolixa Form Book, improved and greatly
enlarged, containing 844 pages, rural 12mo embracing
many forms not found in former edi tit ions, printed on good
paper, and substantially bound in law calf. It contains
Forms ol all those Legal Instrnmnets which people have
occasion to use: and furnishing, also, a guide to Justices
or the Peace, Sheriffs, Clerk Const' .bles. Coroners, School
Committees, etc Compiled rrom the best sources, being
an improvement on all works or the kind formerly in use,
and intended as a companion to CANTWELL'S JUSTICE.
To which are added the Constitution of North-Carolina and
of tbe United States, an account of the principal officer or
the State and or the counties, titles of address, Ac, Ac
Fumished at the unparalleled low price or One Dollar,
(being tbe cheapest book ever offered for sale.) When sent
by mail, an extra charge of 20 cents will be required to
cover tbe postage. A liberal discount to those who bur to
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, br
HENRY D. TURNER.
At the North-Carolina Book Store,
And by J. 11. L1PPINCOTT k CO.,
HAYES k ZELL,
and A. S. BARNES k CO ,
Rale gh, N. C, Aug. 17, 160. 66 tf.
HIGH POIXT REPORTER.
rplIK UN DERSIGNED PROPOSES TO PUBLISH AT
JL High Point, N. C, a Weekly Newspaper under tbe
above title, the first Dumber to be issued about the 1st of
The character of the Rkportkr is designed fo embrace
these general features: 1st, A refraining from all inter
ference in party jH.litics, merely noticing, without com
ment, political incidents as items of news: 2d, A hearty
supoort of the Industrial enterprise of the High Point re
gion of North-Carolina, not as distinct from, but in connec
tion with the progress ot improvement throughout the
Slate ; Sd. A correct rexrt of domestic and foreign mar
kets, together with such other matters relating to trade,
freights, Ac, as are likely to be of interest to those sec
tions having business relations with this point of the North
Carolina Railroad; 4th, A due iuterspersion of news
items, poetry, useful receipts, anecdotes, wit and humor,
charades, enigmas, puzzles, whims, scraps and oddities,
will be given to make the Rkportkb a welcome visitor to
every fireside; but nothing shall be found in its columns
that may call a blush to the cheek of modesty, or a frown
to the brow of religion or morality.
The Rkporter will be printed 00 paper of medium size
with fair type, and fumisued to subscribers ml t'i per an
num, strictly in advance.
JAMES H. MOORE.
November 11, 1859. 17
NEW WORKS ON ARCHITECTURE.
Sloan's Constructive Architecture.
A GUIDE FOR THE BUILDER AND CARPENTER;
Exhibiting the construction of a series or Designs for
Roofs, Domes, Spires, and the Five Orders of Architecture,
selected from the best specimens of Grecian and Roman
Art, with the figured dimensions of their Height, Projec
tion and Profile. To which is added a Treatise tin Practi
cal Geometry. The whole illustrated by sixty-two plates,
and accompanied bv explanatory text. By Samuel Sloau,
Architect, author ut the "Model Architect," "City and
Suburban Architecture," etc., etc. One vol. 4 to., price 6 00.
Sloan's City and Suburban Architecture;
In which are exhibited numerous Designs and Details
for Public Edifices, Private Residences,' and Mercantile
Buildings. Illustrated with 136 folio engravings, accom
panied by Specifications, and Historical and Explanatory
Text. By Samuel Sloan, auihorortbe " Model Architect,'
"Sloan's Constructive Architecture," etc, etc Oue vol.
folio. Price $12 00. "
For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Aug. 15, 18.r9. 72- tf.
SWAIN'S JUSTICE REVISED.
THE NORTH-CAROLINA MAGISTRATE. A PRAC
tical guide to the I jiws of tbe State, aud the decisions
of the Supreme Court, defining the duties and jurisdic
tion of Justices of tbe Peace, under the Revised Code of
154-' together with full instructions and numerous
forms and precedents.
Br EDWARD CANTWELL, Esq., LL. B.
Counsellor at Law.
One Vol 8vo., containing nearly 600 pages, handsomely
printed on good paper, and well bound in law binding.
Price 3 60. Postage 6 cents.
Published aud Tor sale by
H. D. TURNER,
At the North-Carolina Bookstore.
Raleigh, N.C., Aug. 17, I860. 66 tf.
M I LIT A RY TACTICS.
COOPER'S MACOMB'S TACTICS A concise system of
Instructions aud Regulations for tbe Militia and Vol
unteers of the United States, comprehending the exercises
and movements of tbe Infantry, Light Infantry and Rifle- ;
men, Cavalry and Artillery.
SCOTT'S INFANTRY TACTICS In 8 Volumes.
For sale at
Raleigh, N. C, Feb 28, 1860. 17 tf.
mjORTH-CAROLINA GEOLOGIGAL SUR
1 VEY. Tub Swamp Lands or Nortb-Carolma,
containing descriptions, with many analyses, of tbe oils
or the Swamp Lands; By Lbenexer Emmons, State geolo
gist. For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. O, Ang. 7, 1360. 63
GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTO-RY.-SURVEY
OF NORTH CAROLINA Coo- .
taining a Catalogue of the Plants of the State, with des- .
cript'ons and history of the trees, shrubs, and woody
vines; By Rev. M. A. Curtis, D. D.
For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 7, 1860. 63
AGRICULTURE OF NORTH-CAROLINA,
containing a statement of the principles of tbe sci
enre upon which the practices of agriculture are founded ;
By Ebenezer Emmons, State Geologist,
For sale by
Raleigh, N. C. Aug. 7, I860. 63
Northern Mail arrives daily (except Sundays) at S P. M.
Closes daily at 5 A. M.
Western Mail arrives daily at 4 43 P. M.,
Closes daily at 7 A. M.
Eastern Mail arrives daily at 8 46 A. M.,
Closes daily (except Sundays) at i4 P. M.
Fayetteville Mail arrives daily at 5 A. M.,
Closes daily at 6 P. M.
Eagle Rock Mail arrives Monday, Thursday aud Saturday
at 12 M.,
Closes same days at 2 P. M.
Roxboro' Mail arrives Wedoesday at 8 A. MM
Closes at 12 M.
Leachburg Mail arrives Thursday at 12 M.,
Closes Thursday at 2 P. M.
Carthage Mail arrives Monday and Saturday at 8 P. M.,
Closes Monday and Friday at 1 A. M.
Fayetteville Mail via Somerville, arrives Tuesday and Fri
day at P. M.,
Closes Tuesday and Friday at 9 P. M.
GEO. T. COOKE. P. M.
Office open for delivery of Mails from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
then 4 to 7 P. M.
Raleigh, Sept. 19, 1859.
'' ' NEW. BOOKS. 7
! CJUNDAY ENJOYMENTS, or Religion made pleasant
r to children. - ,
THE SCRIPTURE HISTORY OP OUR BLESSED
LORD AND SAVIOCR. JESUS .CHRIST Arranged to
illustrate bis Diviuity,- Doctrine and M asion; By' M. B.
Sterling Clark. - t ,
THE CAVERLY FAMILY, or Mrs. Linden's Teach
ings; By H. 11. H. - .
OLD AND NEW; By the Rev. James Craik,, D. D.
Rector of Christ Church, Louisville.
A CHURCH HISTORY OF THE FIRST THREE
CENTURIES From the thirteenth to the three hundred
and twenty-third year of tbe Christian Era ; By Milo Ma
ban. D. D.
TWENTY-FIVE TUNES Adapted ta Psalms and
Hvmns, in tbe boob of Common Prayer; Edited by the
Rev. Albert Wood, A.M.
HYMNS FOR CHILDREN Compiled and set to appro
priate music ; Bj lie Rev. J. Freeman Young.
A COLLECTION OF SACRED SONOS-Bcing an
Eclectic compilation for the nse of Churches, Families and
Schools, (o which is appended a special department con
taining appropriate music for Ordinations, Dedications,
Fast Days, Funerals, etc ; Edited by Charles Jerome Hop
kins. Por sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 10, I860. 64
MY ASSORTMENT IN THIS DEPARTMENT 13
very complete, comprising all the late editions:
Farmers' and Planters' Encyclopedia, Emmerson.
The American Farm Book, Allen.
Rural Chemistry, Silly.
Agricultural Chemistry, Johnston.
Chnptal's Agricultural Chemistry.
The Complete Farmer and Gardener, Fessenden.
The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor. Bridgman.
The Young Gardener's Assistant, Bridgman.
McMahon'a American Gardener.
Gardening for the Srni'h White.
Fruit, Flower and Kitchen Gardener, Neil.
Indies' Companion to tbe Flower Gardeu, Mrs. Loudon.
Breck's Book of Flowers.
Tbe Complete Florist.
Downing s landscape Gardening and Rural Architecture.
Downing' Cottage Residences.
Country Houses, Downing
Hedges und Evergreens, Warder.
Grass's and Forage Plants, Flint.
Darlington's American Weeds and Useful Plants, Thurber.
American Hand Book of Ornamental Trees, Meehan.
Rural Architecture, Allen.
Dowi.ing's Fruit and Fruit Trees of America.
The Fruit Cultivator's Manual, Bridgman.
Tbe A nerican Fruit Culturist, Thomas.
The American Fruit Book, Cole.
The Fruit Gardener, Barry.
American Fruit Grower's Guide, Elliott
Fields' Pear Culture.
Cold Grapery, Wm. Chorlton.
Practical Treatise on the Culture of the Grape, Allen.
Hoar on the Grape Vine.
Culture of tbe Grape and Strawberry, Longworth.
Habits and -Diseases of Domestic Animals, Allen.
Breed, Management and Diseases of Sheep, Youatt.
Management of Shep, Canfield.
Sheep Husbandry in the South. Randall.
Milch Cows and Diary Farming, Flint.
Milch Cows, Gueoon.
For sale by
H. D. TURNER,
Raleigh, March 23, I860. 23 tf.
A Southern Democratic Newspaper, to be
Published weekly in Hillsboro', N. C.
WE HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY ARRANGE
ments to procure the press, type and fixtures, and
will, as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers are ob
tained, commence the publication nf a weekly newspaper
in the town or Hillsborough, devoted to Politics, Foreign
and Domestic News. Agriculture. Commerce, Literature,
Science, Moral and Miscellaneous Reading.
We have been induced to undertake tbis publication at
the earnest solicitation or many friends, and because we
believe the interests of the Democratic party in tbis and
the adjoining counties require the establishment ol such a
newspaper to advocate its principles. We have nearly
twenty years experience in' the printing business, and be
lieve we know toe wants nf this community, and think we
can publish a paper that will please. We promise to give
you a nent sheet, and our highest ambition will be tn con
duct it in such a manner as to make it worthy or the ap
preciation or ao intelligent community, and especially or
those who may favor us with their patronage. The nocm
tiljl of having such a paper as we desire, and intend to
publish, if you will aid us, has long been seen and felt by
many, and is so apparent lo you now, that we trust we
need" not urge you further to extend tn it a liberal support.
In the Plaindbalkii we will zealously advocate the elec
tion of those true, tried and patriotic statesmen, the Hon.
John C Breckinridee, of Kentucky, and Gen. Joseph Lane,
of Oregon, to tbe Presidency and Vice Presidency of the
United States. And to enable us to do this efficiently, in
the editorial department, we have been promised, and ex
pect to receive, the aid of a talented writer, an old resident
of Orange, and as pure a Democrat as lives.
Agriculture. Among other subjects that of Agricul
ture will receive our attention, and obtain ample space in
tbe Plaikdealkb. We will take much pains to select such
articles and hints as will be of use lo that class from whom
we expect to receive our main support. If successful in
this enterprise, we shall offer considerable inducements to
the farmers or this State to furnish original articles to this
column of our paper J
Local and State News In this column or tbe paper
we shall endeavor to give such items or Local and State
Intelligence as will make tbe 1'i.aikoealkr a welcome week
ly visitor to the fireside or those who have, or have ever
bad, an interest in the Old North State.
Markets. We will carefully correct, and weekly insert
in our paper, a tabic of the prices or tbe staple articles
bongbi and sold in this section, in the Norfolk, Petersburg,
Danville. Newbern, Wilmington and Favett;ville market a
News, both foreign and domestic, sbali have a large space
in our columns, while we will not be re.niss, so far as our
taste will direct us, in presenting subjects of Literature
and Science calculated to strengthen the mind, improve
the heart, and promote the happiness or our readers. In
short, we will use all the talent we possess to make our
paper a welcome weekly visitor, and to 611 our columns
with matter that will entertain and benefit you. And for
this we only ask our friends, personal and political, to as
sist ua as much as is within their power, by taking tbe pa
per themselves, aud by urging their friends to subscribe
If paid in advance, $2 ; if payment be delayed six months,
i ;0 ; if delayed until the expiration of the year, $3.
For six months, (1 in advance. No paper discontinued
nntil all arrearages are paid, unless at tbe option of tbe
publisher. No paper sent out of the State unless tbe cash
accompanies tbe order, or a responsible resident of tbe
couuty is biAind to us for it.
J3T" The friends of this enterprise are requested to for
ward to us as many subscribers as they can by the 2Mb of
September, about which time tbe paper will commence.
Retain tbe Prospectus, and try to procure more names.
T. L. COOLEY.
Hillsborough, N. C, Oct. 12, 1860. 82 It,
THE N. Y. JOURNAL OF COMMERCE,
DAILY AND WEEKLY,
Published at 91 Wall Street,
THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE IS A PAPER OF
more than thirty years standing. It is eminently con
servative in its tone opposes Abolitionism and Sectional
ism in every form stands by the Constitution in all its
parts, as interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United
States, and tbe rights of tbe South as guaranteed by tbat
instrument. While it is not chained to any party, it is es
sentially Democratic in its tendencies, and will support
the Democratic nominee for the next Presidency, as the
best, if not tbe only chance of defeating the black Repub
Tbe Journal of Commerce combines all the essential
qualities of a first class newspaper, and while it claims
superiority as a commercial ana market reporter and price
current, it is surpassed by no other paper in its literary,
political, foreign, and general news departments. Its cor
respondence, domestic and foreign, is always reliable and
is sustained by tbe best literary talent. - As -an accurate
bulletin nf election returns it has no superior.
Terms or Subscription. The Journal or- Commerce,
mammoth sheet, daily $10 a year. In advance, $9.
Tbe Journal of Commerce, Jr., a smaller sheet with tbe
reading matter of tbe large paper, but without many ad
vertisements, (.1. Two copies to one address, $, Six
copies $26. Eight copies $-34. Twelve copies $50. Twen
ty copies or upwards ft each.
Weekly Journal nf Commerce, a large quarto sheet, of
eight pages, believed to be the most valuable weekly news
paper in America, $2 per annum in advance. Three" copies,
Seven copies, $10 Filteen copies, $20. The papers
will be addressed to different names at the same Post Office
if desired, but the payment must be ia one sum, in advance.
February 25, 1S60. 16
CIVIL PRACTICE IN NORTH-CAROLINA.
ONE VOL. 8V0. CONTAINING NEARLY FIVE
hundred pages. Price reduced to $3.
With tbe North-Carolina Form Book, Cantwell's Justice,
and this volume, showing tbe actual practice in court, the
mere citizen, tbe funtionary, or tbe lawyer, have easy ac
cess to .business forms., Postage 85 cents.
'For sale by
H D. TURNER,
Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 17. 1 860. 6 tf.
MANUAL OF GEOLOGY, DESIGNED FOR THE
use of Colleges and Academies; By Ebenezer Em
mons, State Geologist of North-Carolina; late State Ge
ologist of New York; Professor of Natural History and
Geology in William College; Corresponding Member of
iue Acauemv 01 iaiarai reieuue, ruuaueiyui, . au
fur hi, uy
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. C, March 9, 1860. 20 tf.
a- rT.T C0,' NEW YORK, contine ,,, Bn...
J r uiomu ivnouicals, viz-
. a 1. The London Quarterly, (Conservative.)
z. ine Edinburgh Review, (Whig.)
?Iiie North Brlti,h Re"eff (Ff Church )
4. The Westminster Review, (Liberal )
S Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, (Torv 1
These periodicals ably represent the three irreat L. 7 '
parties of Great Britain -'whig, Tory, dgEdi?,tP'
lMtllTil-4 fur mm i.nlr f t 1 - . aulcai hii(
i - , j o lauinui 1 neir character . n
gans of the most profound writers on Science iu.t. 0r"
Morality, and Religion, thev st.nd. as
nnrivallMt in ih. .,M ,.r V.: " e.r.DaTe stood
j pensableto the scholar and lhe7ro7iTth
the intellureut reader of errv -1... ,1... ,.. ' nl,eto
correct and aatisfacfory record of the current UtlrH, mor
the day throughout the world, than ca Sv!?
tamed 0 otn any other source. ywoij ob-
The receipt or ADVANCE SHEETS from the iw u
publisher gives additional value to these Reorinw i '
much as they can now be placed in the handsVf guC
bers about as soon as fhe original editions. SUIcn.
1 brms 1'eb Annum:
For any one of the fimr R.,;...
For any two of tbe four Reviews.
For any three of Ibe four Reviews,
For all four of the Reviews,
For Blackwood's Magazine
For Blackwood and one Review,
For Blackwood and two Reviews.
For Blackwood and three Reviews,
For Blackwood and four Reviews.
Monty current m tie State vkere iuutd wiU be recricedatim-
n nn'nf enty-uve per cent from the above price,
will be allowed to Clubs ordering four or more coui Tr
any one or more of the above works. Thus: FurCi
of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to orieP.?
dress for $; four copies of tbe four Reviews and lil.S"
wood for $i0; and so on. c"
In all the principal Cities and Towns these works will k.
delivered FREE OF POSTAGE. When sent bv bjS tt
Postage to any part of the United States will be'ho
TWENTY-FOCr'cENTS a year for -Blackwond - JS
but FOURTEEN CENTS a year for each or the Reviews
N. B. The price in Great Britain or the five Periodicals
above named is $31 per annum.
December 16, 185!. 106 tr
fTIHE UNDERSIGNED WILL COMMENCE, OS
M. or about the 16th day or January next, the publica
tion or a Daily and Weekly Paper beating tbe above till
in the town or Favetteville, N. C.
Tbe Courier will be Democratic in tone and sentiment
and will seek at all times, and upon all occasions, to guard'
vigilantly the interests or tbe South.
It is a difficult task at any time to understand clearly the
drift or events, especially when a great crisis is approach
ing. For some time past we have been familiarizing our.
selves with the idea that at a day not far distant we shall
have to battle for our interests. Recent events have siiown
that our opinions were correct, and that we were compelled
to defend onrselves from the invader. It cannot be denied
although it is relished by no one in tbis section, that tbe
breach between the North and the South is daily becoming
wider. Our duty then, as men true to our interests, is to
gird up ourselves for the contest, and be piepared for all
eventualities. That it is the duty of every one to do what
ever lies in his power to avert this awful disaster, is cheer,
fully recognized by all classes.
In conducting the Courier, whatever energy or talent I
may possess, will be directed towards the perpetuity of the
Union and equality of the States, and io maintaining those
political principles which have been tested and proven to
be tbe only mode by which the affairs or our country cud
be properly managed.
Although the particular tenets of the Democratic party
will be argued, I will concede to political opponents the
prerogative which I claim for myself, and will endeavor to
do my duty without giving offence to any one.
The Courier, altbnngh a political paper, will Dot be no
far misled by politics as to neglect those things which
should claim tbe attention of a public journal. I will en
deavnr tn give the latest Telegraphic and other news, mar
ket reports, Ac, and to keep my readers advised of every,
thing of interest which transpires from time to time
Tbe Daily paer will be printed every morning, (Sundays
excepted) on new and handsome type, and will contain
twenty-four columns or reading matter. Price per annum
$ in advance.
The Weekly Paper will be issued every Saturday morn
ing at $2 per annum in advance. Advertisements will be
inserted upon reasonable terms.
ARCH'D. T. BANKS.
December 20, 1S59. 103
TXX3? ST3J3. GOP J?33.E3323G3L
BELIEVING THE PERIOD HAS ARRIVED IX
tbe history or our great nation, when every freeman
should shake off tbe fetters and tenets of sectarian bias,
and in the face of policy and popular opinion think, speak,
act, and declaim without fear or reward, his principles up
on any and every subject not inimical to tbe interests of
tbe country. And believing furthermore, that the en
croachments of iniquity, hypocrisy, heresy, infidelity, su
perstition, bumbuggery, priestcraft, with all their isms and
unpatriotic devotion to the fundamental principles of oar
government, are fearfully on the increase, therefore, strong
efforts should be put forth by tbe conservative portion of
our country to uproot tbem, and return to the primitive
landmarks of our fathers. We should have an honest Dem
ocratic Government and honest devotion to tbe church of
God that sectarian jealousies may be ignored, sociality
restored, and the interest of one section be made the in
terests of all so tbat, prosperity may spring up in the
midst or adversity. To this end, the undersigned proposes
to publish in the town of Wilsou,N. Carolina, a weekly
paper entitled " The Star or FrftEDOM ;" the first number
to be issued on or about the loth of May next, provided a
sufficient number of subscribers be obtained to place the
enterprise upon a firm basis. "Tbe Star or Frekdox"
will be Democratic in tone and sentiment and will be de
voted to tbe advancement of tbe interests of tbe vhoU
country. . .
Its columns will be open for free discussion of all sub
jects, when conducted upon gentlemanly principles. We
will endeavor to make it a good, truthful, reliable, reada
ble family Journal independent in all things neutral in
Single copy per annum in advance, $ 2 00
Two copies "
Four " -Ten
" 5 00
- 11 00
, 20 00
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE,
Editor akd Proprietor.
Wilson, N. C.
March 3, 1860.
GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY,
Published at Augusta, Ga.
On the 26th of May,
WILL BE 1SSDED THE FIRST If CMBER OT
The Second Volume
SOUTH EES' FIELD AND FIEESIDE.
THE most distinguished Southern writers will adorn its
columns, constituting an unrivalled galaxy of talent:
Also, the most popular writers of tbe South, and espciallv
many Lady writers of established literary reputation, .will
contribute to the forthcoming volume. Judge L0U
STREET will furnish a series of
never before published. ,.,
The Second Volume will open with a Tale by J0H3
ESTEN COOKE, author of "Tbe Virgipia Comedians,
Ac, entitled "THE PRIDE OF FALLING WATER; -a
Tale of the Old French War of 1755.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
$2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
All papers are stopped at the expiration of the tune
No order for the paper attended to unless accompanieo
by the money. JAMES GARDNER,
May 22, 1860. '
BOOKS RECENTLY" PUBLISHED.
LIFE OF- STEPHEN A. DOCGLAS-U. S. Senator
from Illinois -with his most important Speeches sno
Reports ; By a member of the Western Bar.
DR OLDHAM AT GREYSTONES, and his talk there.
FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS OF MECHANICS AJSD fc-y
PERIMENTAL DATA; By A. Morin. Revised, Translat
ed, and reduced to English UniU of Measure; By Josepn
Bennett, Civil Engineer. . .. fc
THE HISTORY OF HERODOTUS A new Eneji"
version, edited with copious notes and appendices, illus
trated. Illustrating the History and Geography of Hero
dotus from tbe most recent sources of information ; soa
embodying tbe chief results, historical and ethnogropni
cal, which have been obtained in the progress or cuneiform
and hieroglyphical discovery; By George R T
A., late Fellow and Tutor of Eteter College.. Oxford, as
sisted by Henry Rawlinson, R. C. B.. and S'rJ.G. WJ
kinson, F. R. S. In four volumes-Yol. 8, with Maps and
For sale by POMEROY.
Raleigh, N.C, Aug. 21, 1860. a7""