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25, 1860. .
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THE NORTH .CAROLINA STANPAKD:
ldierWfch Chains, .
Vfimd Neck Chains;
Setts f Breast Pins sod Ear
Bracetetts and Breast Pins,
Ear and Finger Rings,
Caff and Shirt Buttons,
Cellar and Sleeve Battens,
Armletts and Pencils,
Spectacles and TUmbles,
Crosses ad .
' PLATED WARE.
see Pitcher sou Spoons,
Castors and Waiters,
CkkeJJaskets snd Forks,
preserve and Butter Stands,
Table 'and Desert Knives,
Ovster snd Sugar Ladles,
Batter andTnitt Kives,
Fisb and Pie Knives,
Tea Setts 5.pieces,
Cnps and Goblets,
Salt Sellers, Napkin pings,
Preserre and Sugar Spoons,
Sugar Sifters A Crumb Scra
ps ' '
foe Cream & Pie Knires,
Butter and Cake Knires,
Children's knires A Forks.
Ord Case A Pepper Boxes,
Frail sod Pickle Knives,
Table and Desert Spoons.
Thimbles and Tea Spoons
Soup and Cream Ladles,
Gravy & Mustard Spoons.
Pencils and Pens,
Table and Desert Knives,
Pocket and Penknives,
Scissors and Kuxr
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Combs and Guards,
Pocket Books and Wallets,
Ladies' Traveling Wallets,
Razor Strops and Brashes,
French and Yankee Clocks.
I -wish the Members of tbe Legislature and others to call
t my store and see for themselves. My Stock of Goods is
large and fashionable, Jfg priced are cheaper. I will war
rant every article sold to be what it's sold for, no Plattd
Jetcelrg toldor Gold. Watches and Clocks repaired and
warranted for 12 months.
JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 1 S, lS6o. . fl tf.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
sale of the following Valuable Property in the City
of Raleigh, in conformity with iostrnctions, hereby give
That on the first day of January, 1861, at IS o'clock, M.,
n the premises, we will offer at public rale, tbe Houses
and Lots belonging lo the " Rtleigh Female Seminary Com
pany," situated on Hillsborough Street, immediately op
posite tha residence of the late Bryan Grimes. Tbe "pro
party is one of the most desirable locations in the City.
Tbe Houses, all of which are in good repair, embrace two
distinct two-story family residences, and a large one-story
brick building to by 60 feet. A further description of
the property is deemed unnecessary, as purchasers have
full opportunity to examine for themselves.
Terms: One and two years in equal instalments, with
' interest from date ot sale.
T. H SELBV.
C. W. D. H ETCHINGS,
, November 16, I860. 93 ts.
STOVES, TIX WARE. Ac.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE
to the citizens of Raleigh and vicinity that be has
jnst received a tine assortment of
Office. Parlor, and Cooking Stores,
together with a beautiful assortment of GRATES, and be
offers I bem at such prices as will defy competition.
He has also opened a line assortment of TIN WARE,
o which he invites the attention of the public.
All orders for Stoves. Stove Pipes, or anything else iu
his line, promptly attended to, and atisfactinn guarantied.
H. J. HESELBACH.
N. B. I will continue to carry on my COPPER SMITH
business iu all its branches. H. J. H.
Raleigh, N C, Nov. 20, I860. 93 3m.
JHST LOOK HERE!
What's the Matter ? Why,
W. W. PERKIXSOX,
RALEIGH, N. C.
IS MAKING OLD CLOTHES LOOK NEW, ALTER
ing the style of Clotbinj, and cutting and making up
.the very latest Styles ; and what is more attractive i his
-liberality and moderation in his charge.
Yon can find him at his Mauufactorv at any time from 7
- o'clock A. M. till 7 P. Mr., situated iu tbe rear of Mrs. Stew
art's vacant lot on Fayetteville street.
. ' 90-f.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH!
OTICE TO BLACK-SMITHS, TIN AND COPPER
SMITHS, &c The undersigned baring bought the
right to make, rend, anid sell territorial or individual rigiits
to use BOND'S PATENT (BELLOWS) TUYERE IRONS
by the use of which each forge will save ONE THIRD i f
the." coal used on tbe old plan, hereby give notice to nil
parties-buying or selling the above Iron in any of the
counties below named, that he will PROSECUTE any and
all such persons, unless so authorized by him, to the fullest
extent of the law. Mv right embraces the following coun
ties: Lincoln, Mecklenburg. Carbarrus, Iredell, Rowan,
Davie, Yadkin, Davidson, Forsyth, Randolph, Guiifurd,
Rockingham, Caswell, Alamance. Orange, Wake, Franklin,
Granville, Warren, Halifax, and Northampton.
I expect to keep tbe above Irons on band, at my store in
this place, and may, perhaps, visit and establish agencies in
. each county for the sale of then).
Ordeta solicited. For terms, 4c, address
C. G. YATES. Greensboro', N. C.
I certify that I have sold the right above alluded to, to
: C.G. Yates. . J. R. SKILLEKN.
Mr. Brown, a practical smith of this place, after having
thoroughly tested tbe patent Tuyere Iron, certifies as fol
. . lows :
I have Bond's patent Tuyere Iron in nse, in my shop in !
this place, and am satisfied it saves one-thin! of the coal, J
and makes a clean nice beat; and I would not be without
tnetn tor twice the cost.
" December 9, 1SS0. loo ;t.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I am no longer agent for
any person, and, in the future. I shall conduct busi-
ness on my town account. In winding up the agency
. that bas existed for the past three rears, it is necessary
that all persons owing bills on the old score should settle
. tip without delay, and for that purpose I hare made tlicm
. out to date, without respect to ptrsons or property. Hoping
that none of the above delinquents will give me unnecessa
ry trouble, I beg leave to subscribe uiysclf.
Your Humble servant,
J. B. FRANKLIN.
P. S. Id retiring from the above agency which I have
conducted with a great deal of success for" the past thrre
years, I would return my warmest thanks for tbe very lib
er' 1 patronage heretofore bestowed upon'mc, and I promise
for the future to so deal and conduct my business that I
shall at least enlist your warmest go-d wishes, and to a
very great extent your future patronage, for I sbali be bt:er
-' able and more witling to keep on band the largest stuck of
every article iu the Confectionary and Fancy Goods line
that has ever been kept in Raleigh.
COME ONE! COME ALL!!
Nov. 28, 1SC0. hotf!
W. F. 11ASOX, DENTIST;
(firadaato of the Pb.ll. Medical ana Bait. Dental
HAVING made the TEETH a specialty, is prepared to
operate npon scientific principles for the beautr and
preservation of the natural Tkbtti; also to insert incorrup
tible Teeth, from one to entire setts regulate the teeth of
CHILDREN, and attend all diseases of the Month and
- (Jams, iu none of which shall be be excelled in delicacv
Dr B. flatters himself that from the liberal courses pur
sued, the peculiar advantage ot bm nnw, ncV
from a successful practice of near -JO years to hare tbe pleas
ure of elevating this favorite art and science to its true po
sition among those who may favor him with thvir patronage.
Rooms, Planter's Hotel.
Charges moderate when prompt.
All who appreciate first class operations upon tbe teeth
are invited to call.
tf Leave names in absence.
Dec 1, 180. 5a If.
RAILROAD IRON AT CITY POINT.-S00
Tons Railroad Iron, T Pattern, 52 pounds to the yard,
For sal by
-T' October li, 160. bit tf.
, SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING.
. ' "trpHN A. JONES. FAYETTEVILLE STREET. NEAR
PTlhe New Bank building, having added recent improve
ments, respectful lr solicits a call both from citizens and
, strangers visiting the City.
Balaigh, N. C, Oct. , i860. 81 tf.
'' oticeIs7 h erIsby GIVEN THATAP-
' i V PLICATION will be made to tbe present session of
" the Legislature for the enactment of a law to prohibit the
aaje of spirituous lienors within two miles of tbe Reynold
' son Institute, in Gates county.
JIov. S!4, 1SJ. 95 lm.
SWAIN'S JUSTICE REVISED.
THE NORTH-CAROLINA MAGISTRATE. A PRAC
tical guide to the Law ot tbe State, aud tbe decisions
of the Supreme Court, defining the duties and junsdic-
tion of Justices of tbe Peace, under the Revised Code of
' l&M-'oi, together with full instructions and numerous
forms and precedents.
Bt EDWARD CANT WELL, Esq, LL. B.
-v 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 s6 cents. -""'
Published and for tale by
U. D. TURNER,
At tbe Nortb-Carolio Bookstore.
Baleib.-K. C., Dec 19, 1809. l--l
The screx team of unrivalled success attending the
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATIOW,"
have made it a lioosehold word throughout erery quarter
of th country.
Under tbe auspices of this popular Institution, over
Ar handled thoutund lomt have learned to appreciate
by beautiful works of art on their walls, and choice litera
ture on their tablets, tbe great benefits derived from be
coming a subscriber.
Subscriptions are now being received in a ratio unparal
leled with that of any previous year.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Any person can become a member by subscribing thrtt
dollar; for which sum tbey will receive
1st. Tha large and superb steel engraving, SO X S3
"FALLSTAFF MUSTERING HTS RECRUITS."
2d. One copy, one yecr, of that elegantly illustrated
"THE COSMOPOHTAIT ART JOURNAL."
3d. Four admissions, during the season, to
Tbe Gallery of Paintings. 548 Broadway, If. Y."
In addition to the above benefits, there will be giveu to
subscribers, as gratuitous premiums, over
Five Hundred Beantifnl Works of Art I
comprising valuable paintings, marbles, parians, outlines,
Ac , forming a trrly national Lenetit.
Tbs Superb Engraving, which every subscriber will re
ceive, entitled, Falstaff Mustering his R-.cbcits," is
oue of the most beautiful aud popular engravings e.er rs
sued in this country. It is done on steel, in"nf lint and
ttivfflt, and is printed on heavy plate paper, 30 M 3H inches,
making a most choice ornament, suitable for the walls ot
either the library, parlor or office. Its subject is the cele
brated scene of Sir John Falstaff receiving, in Shallow's
office, the recruits which have been gathered for his " rag
ged regiment." It could not be furnished by tbo trade for
less than five dollars.
The Art Journal is too well known to the whole coun
try to need commendation. It is a magnificently illustrat
ed magazine of Art, containing Essays, Stories, Poems,
Gossip, Ae., by the very best writers in" America.
Tbe Engravinjt is sent to any part of the country by
mail, with safety, being packed in a cylinder, postage pre
paid. Subscriptions will be received until tbe evening of the
Slst of January, IStil, at which time the books will close,
and the premiums be gien to subscribers.
No person is restricted to a single subscription. Those
remitting $ln, are entitled to five memberships and to one
extra Engraving for their trouble.
Address, C. L. DERBY, Actuary C A. A
.'46 Hroadway, New York.
N. n. Subscriptions received and forwarded by THOS.
CARTER. Agent for Raleigh anJ vicinity, where specimen
Engravings and Art Journal can be seeu.
November so, lS6o. "JS tf.
PURE OLD DOMINION
A FINE LOT OF THE ABOVE TOBACCO PUT UP
in lb. an 0'!b. papers.
Just to liana aud for sale br
HENRY D. TURNER.
N. C. Uookstor
Raleigh. Nor. 20, 190. Vi It
19ILES, FISTULA, STRICTURES, CAN
cert. Ulcers, Turners, Scrofula, and all other Diseases
of the Skin, cured bv the nse of Dr. Clopton's remedies. .
Pamphlets, containing testimonials ot the Highest char
acter, forwarded to any that may wish litem.
Persrns wishing to test tbe w-oiule'ful efficacy of Dr.
Clopto;i's Remedies, must "correctly describe their disease,
giving all the particulars from its commencement, loca
tion, extent, Ac. Medicines sent bv mail.
J. A. CLOPTON, M. D..
January 24, IS'IO. 7 ly.
IWHREE NO. 1 MILCH COWS FOR SALE.
M all heavr with calf. Two of Ibcm are full blooded
and tbe other half blood. They will give, from 3 to 4 gal
lons ot milk each per day. A good cow eats no more than
a bad one, and it. is cheaper to pay a good price for a good
cow than a low price for a bad one. My prico is $35 each.
Enquire at this office.
Nrr. 6, lMSO. tf.
ARKANSAS COTTON LAND.
A TRACT OF 1627 ACRES OF ARKANSAS RIVER
Bottom Land is offered for sale. It is rich, high, and
unusually safe fiom all river floods It has hti acres dead
ened in August 1858. now easily cleared up, and will yield
a good crop the first rear. This tract has a good supply
of choice Cypress timber for buildings, and lies within six
miles of the Arkansas river. A good barjrnin is offered
For description see the lands, and for terms address,
K. W. JOHNSON.
If desired, tbe tract may be entarged to S.'KK) acr-s in
solid body, consisting of small improved farms lying con
tiguous, and owned by others. -October
26, 1S60. f6 Siu.
ROCK SPRING ACADEMY.
THE sixth session of this institution will open on the
lSih of January, 1161, and continue for twenty weeks.
The Academy is situated 10 miles southwest of lli-Uboro'.
and 12 miles west of Chapel Hill, iu a very moral and
healthv community, and apart from all vicrs'llmt tend lo
demoralize and corrupt the youth, and where every neces
sary tequisite t'-r securing an educxlion is extended. Our
discipline and instruction claim to be equalled by few and
excelled by uone. We prepare students lor college, or for
the ordiitarv business of lite. Tbe terms are as lolluws :
Classical ot Scientific course, $2o
Higher English " .
Hoard can be had at tZ7 per session, including all ex
penses. T.I) Oldham, Jas. K Miner and others will take
boarders. They arc living very convenient. Fur further
VM. P. OI.IUIAM. Principal.
Oaks P. O.. Orange Co.. X. C.
Dec. 12, 1 fill. tISJanpd.
ELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
HlLLSnOROI KB, X C.
THE MISSES NASH AND MISS KOLLOCK will re
open their school on the 1 lib of January, :stil. A
punctual attCMlu.ee requested.
Circulars forwarded o.. application.
Dec. 5, 18.1U. SO-lit.
OTICE !S HEREHY GIVEN THAT APPLICATION
- W,'" 08 ,llude to tne stssi. u of the Lrgiscatiiir
of N. C , for a law pnihibiti.i the sale of intoxicating li
quors within two miles of New Uoic Acadeniv, Chatham
xuuty, N. C.
E. P. FEARIXGTON.
November lson. yi lm.
rWVlE HOUSE AND LOT in the Western ward of tl.is
-H. City, now occupied by Mrs. Hnrdie. The house con
tains six rooms, and there are all neressarr out houses, mid
also a good garden, and fine water near the premises. Pos
session given on I lie first of January, isoi. Enquire of
i . , , DlLWOIlTU SLEDGE.
Raleigh, Dec. 12, I860. H"J St.
GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS
DODD & CIIIEirS OLD STAND,
Toys, Fancy Articles. &c.
ON WEDXESDAY AFTERNOON, the Intl. inst.. at 3
o clock, I shall commeiire selling, al auction, the re
maining portion of Dodd A Schieb's stock of Fancy Goods,
, 3. K. P. BATTLE. Trutlte.
The Ladies are particularly invited to attend.
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL,
Raleigh, N. C.
RIGHT. REV. TUOS. ATKINSON, D. D. Visitor.
REV. ALDER r SMKDES. D. D.. Rector.
REV. FRED. FITZGERALD, A. J!., Assistant.
npiIE thirty-eighth term of this School will commence
-- January Stb, lt0.
For a ciicular, containing full particulars, apply to tbe
Dec. 17. IfifiO.
VW The Fayetteville Obvrrer. the Journal and Herald,
Wilmington ; the Progress. Newbern : the Dispatch. Wash
ington ; the Watchman, Salisbnrv ; the Herald. Norfolk . i
iiu .ut i.nrrc, i eierDtirg, win piease insert lo the
amount of , aud send Iheir accounts lo this office.
DR. W.H. H. HOWERTON, .
HAVING disposed of bis proper) v in Richlands, On
low county, N. C, offers for sale h e entire stock i.
Medicine. He has been practicing in this neighb:rhKMt
lor nearly four years, and has proven it to be a firs -rate
location Any phvsician desiring a good situation, with a
practice of from 2.(H0 to '.',Vy a rear, would do well to
buy ihe medicine and seenre the Mand.
For particulars address the subscriber at Richlands.
Onslow Co., S. C. '
, WM. H. HOWERTON, M. D.
Dee. 14. ISfiQ. 103-Stpd.
FEMilLE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE.
rrilllS SCHOOL wili commence its 4olh session Jauuar
X. loth. Jem, r prepared, as in years past, to giv- iu'
St ruction in tbe solid and ornamental brauches.
For further particulars apply to
r, , ,o, JULIUS WILCOX.
Dee. 14. ISCO. . 103-febl.
Office N. C. M. F. Ins. Co., I
T Raleiuh, Dec lo, l8o. f
HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS 0;
the North-Carolina Mutual Fire Insurance Conipan
will be held at lbe office of Ibe company in tbia city, o ,
Thursday, the lOih day of Jaouarj next,
H. S. SMITH, Sec'r.
Deft 12, 18TO. 1W tU.
NORTII-CAROMNA MUTUAL LIFE INSU
Ornce RALttmr, N. C."
THIS COMPANY TAKES RISKS UPON ALL
healthy live between tbe ages of U and 00 years
for one year, for seven years, or for life the atturtrt for
lift participating in the profits of tbe Company.' Slaves,
between the ages of 10 and 60 years, are insured fbrone
year or five years for two-thirds their market value.
All losses paid within DO dsya after satisfactory proof is
presented. . ;.-
DIRECTORS FOR 1860 AND 1861. '
Chas. E. Jobnso,
W. W. IIOLDBS,
II. W. Ht'STKD,
W. It. McKkk,
J. M. Lovijot,
W. H. Jomes.
K. P. Battle.
Chas. E. Johxsox, President,
W. W. Holdex. Vice President,
H. W. IIcsted, Attorney,
W. II. Joxes, Treasurer.
R. H. Battle, Secretary,
W. II. McKeb, Med. Examiner. .
C. II Root, 1
Q. Uusbee, Et. Coin.
W. II. McKee, )
For further information the public is referred to the
' pamphlets and forms ol proiosul. which may be obtained
, at the office of tbe Coirtpanv or any of its Agencies.
Address. R, H. BATTLE,
Raleigh, Aug. 4, I860. 63 ly.
HAW RIVER LAND FOR SALE.
HAVING RESOLVED TO REMOVE TO TEXAS. I
now otTer for sale some of the most valuable lamjs,
lying on the waters of Haw river and its tributaries, that
can be found in Alamance count?.
I WILL SELL the tract of land on wbicb I now reside,
one mile from Shallow Ford Bridge, six and a balf miles
Ironi tho Company Work Shops of the N C. Ceattal Rail
road, Ac, containing 4O0 acres more or less, 1A0 of which
is in a good stute of cultivation, and all the rest is in on
ginal forest. This land is well adapted to tbe growth nt
all kinds of grain common in this country, and, above all,
superbly adapted to the growth of tne finest Tobacco. It
. is well watered with pure and never failing springs, and is
well supplied with good meadows, and it has large orchards
i of both Apples and Peaches, of good varieties, of bolh
I kinds of fruit. It has a first Tate Dwelling Mouse and
; Kitchen, good Still House and Tobacco Barn; and, iu a
j word, all necessary buildings for tbe comlort and safety of
I anr farmer. The fences are all good, a good Mill within
: three-quarters of a mile, and a very good Mill Seat on the
land. This land lies ti-n miles north-west of Graham, in
as healthy and as civil a neighborhood as any that can be
found. Any person desiring to purchase good land like
this, would do well to come and view mine before buying
elsewhere. For further particulars, address
r - vi' Pit VCR
Shallow Ford P. O.
November 1, 13.9.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
RATTLE, SLAM AND BANG !
Here I come with, a rush !
JC. S. LUMSDEN WOULD MOST RESPECT-
fully inform Ihe citizens of Raleigh and vicinity, that
he is uow prcared to do ull kiuds of
Tin nnd Sheet Iron Work,
siicb as the manufacture of tin ware. Ac, in all its various
branches. Also, every stvle or ROOFING. GUTTERING
and i'l PING of houses done at short notice.
Having secured a complete set of Tools and Machines, he
flatters himself I hat all w ho patronize bini may rest assur
ed of satisfaction, in regard lo quality and price.
Thankful for past favors, be hopes, by punctual attention
to business, to merit a continuance of tbe same.
Raleigh. X. C , March S3, l3rto. 84 tf.
AND TIME THROWN AWAY IN BUYING GRO.
eerie. I.iqu rs aud Provisions without examining the
large sunk of
E. A. WHITAKER.
The large and well selected stock, that will greet your
eye. and the money that you will save by a single purchase
will prove a sufficient reward.
BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS,
BRANDIES. WINES, CORDIALS,
BRANDIES, WINES, m ' CORDIALS,
BRANDIES, WINES. " " CORDIALS.
BRANDIES. WINES. CORDIALS.
GINS, RUM. WHISKIES.
GINS, RIM, WHISKIES,
GINS, HUM, WHISKIES,
GINS. RUM, WHISKIES,
GINS. RUM. WHISKIES.
Intending to go North next month, I will sell my Stock
at a greatly reduced price.
E. A. WHITAKER.
July 5, 16 . .M-tf.
fOTICE IS IIEREI1Y C.IVEN THAT AP-
PLICATION will be made to the next Legislature of
Nortb Carolina for a loan of money expressly to build and
erect Col ton and Woolen Manufacturing Establishments
for the healthful glory of our common country tbe State
of Nortb-Carolina. Good security is ofiered
Obedientlv and tnilv.
' ANDREW BAGGARLY.
October 1 7, 1 960. Srt 1 m.
PILES, FISTULA, TUMORS, Ac, &c.
DR J. A. CLOPTOX, of HunlsvilV. Ala., treats with
pel b et success Piles. Fismla, Tumors, Ac. He bus
treated an old Governor of the Stale, ihe oldest Physician
of Montgomery, several Physicians in Mobue: several
members of the Legislature, and others of South-Carolina,
Virginia, Tennessee and Mississippi. The patient is not
confined lo h s bed or room. Testimonials of the highest
character forwarded to any that may wish Ihem.
A three cent stamp tniisl accompany all communications.
Address J. A. CLOPTOX. M. 1).
April 2-. Ufirt. S-J tf.
OWnrS! 'JCOTTSII-AT COST.
SERARS AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT ON HAND, AND SEL
LIXG at Cvst, at the old stand of
DODD A SCHEIR.
Raleigh, N. C. Oct. 1.5, 10. 3 tf.
APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO THE NEXT
Igislatme of North-Carolina lo extend the corporate
limits ot the town nf Kianklintnn, and to prohibit the sale
of intoxicating liquors within one and a balf miles of said
October IS, l-:i. 84 1m.
OUR SECOND OPENING OF HATS I
Just in time (or Everybody.
BEEBE'S EXTRA MOLESKIN AUTUMN STYLES,
FIXE FRENCH SOFT HATS,
NEW STYLE CAPS.
GENTS FINE SHAWLS,
LADIES FURS, Ac.
McGEE & WILLIAMS.
Oct. 16, 1960. S3-tf
JTBELTING, MELTING. INDIA RUBBER BELT--H
I.N'G lor Niw Mills. Urns. Ac. of all sizes, for sale at
tt Hardware Store of . . K. C. iifcLVIXT
r, . . Fayetteville St.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 30. I860. 66 -2m.
J. PALMER. & CO
MARKET STREET WHARF. PIIILAD'A.,
Dealers in Fih, Cheese aud Provisions,
Have constantly on hand an assortment of
DRIED AND PICKLED FISH. Ac, vix:
Mackerel, Shad. Salmon, Blue Fish, Herrings. Codfish
Beer, Pork. Lrd, Shoulders, llama, Sides,
Cheese, Beans, Rice, Ac.
September 2, l6n. 78 8m.
JOHN C. HIMSELF AGAIN.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGH LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
friends and Ibe public, that he bos regniued his health,
and will continue the Auctioneering business at his newlv
fitted-np establishment near Hackney Pools Clothing Store".
The na.m will bo lighted up with Gas, and so a-ranged as
to make b-'lh tiJdtr and goods apartU. I have also
made arrangements to I ave a full 1 1 re-size portrait of my
brother Chip taken, and will exhibit it whenever bad liais
ing articles are oflered, as ihe contrast will be so great as
to make ihe gooas oj pear better.
I can't promise Ui talk Hit bovala, but will endeavor,
like my namesake Bat, to speak to the point.
u , JOHJi c- MOORE.
November 16, 1860. 2 tf.
NORTH-CAROLINA FORM BOOK.
AN improved edition of this valuable work recently
published by II. I). Turner, Raleigh, N. C., printed on
good paper, and substantially bound in luweulf. ft contains
Forms ot all those Legal Instrnmnets which people liov..
occasion to use : and furnishing, also, a guide to Justice '
of the Peace, Sheriffs, Clerks Cousf.blca, Coroners, Scbis.
Committees, Ac. A., to which am added Ibe Constilntio t
of Nortb-Carolina and the United States, an account .
the principal officers of the State, and nf tbe counties, titli
of address, Ac, Ac Furnished at the unparalleled loi
price of One Dollar, (being the cheapest book evr offere
tor sale.) When sent by mail, an extra charge of 20 cent ,
will be required to cover postage on this edition. A lib
eral discount made to those who bur to sell again.
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by
HENRY D. TURNER.
At the Nortb-Carolina Book Store
Rahrgb, V, a. Dec 19, I860. jW tf.
GRI ENSBOROUGH MUTUAL INSURANCE
' Pays all Low Promptly!
WM, EH. CUMMINa on-nei- enl enL
a!'mEBANE. VExecntive Committee.
J. M. GARRE1T, ) . ...
All communications on
"Greensboro'. N. C. J""e 18, 1660.
CBC BBLS. FAMILY FLOUR
?a5t Also a prime lot id Goshen Butter, in large em!
"7il,Tlo?of pickled and smoked Salmon, and pickled
Beef Tongues. br
W. ROBT. ANDREWS.
Raleigh,.N C April 13. IMP. 8-'f-
" Trastee Notice.-Redoced Price.
THE STOCK OF GOODS CONVEYED IN TRUSl
bv THOS. CALLAN to the subscriber are now beinK
sold at reduced prices. Those wishing to purchase READ i
MADE CLOTHING cheap for cash had better call soon.
r WM. WHITE, Trustee
X. B. Those iudeb ed by note or account to Thos.
Callan, by calling and settling, will avoid tbe payment of
Raleigh, July 1 0, 1 860. jhXt.
NOR1H-CAROLINA WRAPPING PAPER.
AS GENERAL AGENT OF E. B. SATER, PR0PR1E
torof tbe CRABTREE PAPER MILLS. I am ready
to settle bis accounts for Paper, to purchase Block, and to
sell Wrapping Paper, of all descriptions, on favorable
terms, uraera mr Burn paper buuuicu, wju cacvuu
nromntness aud disnatch
Febmanr 3, I860.
J. J. LITCHFORD,
Raieigb. N. C.
I AM NOW MANUFACTURING A SUPERIOR
SPRING MATTRASS, to which I call the attention of
the public The luxuricusness of this elastic couch, and
the convenience of its arrangement, as well as Ihe low price
at which I offer them for sale, strougiy commend Ihem to
Call and examine tliem t TA .. :,,,S Upholstery Es
tablishment. Raleigh, near tbe Martet ctoure.
July ti, 1800. R4 tf.
-g ffk AAA FItlIT TREES. AT LUX
JL J J iimburg. one mile south-west of
Greensboro', 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.
Front eighteen rears of practical experience, and knowledge
in the nursery business he flatters himself that he now bas
tbe most select collection in Ihe Southern States.
All orders promptly attended lis 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 29, 1R60. 6s tf.
SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Through from Charleston to Fernandina la Fif
teen Hours, aud to Pilatka in Thirty Honrs
less time than any other Route.
THE C. S. MAIL STEAMERS,
CAROLINA AND GORDON,
T EAVE CHARLESTON,. S. C, DAILY, (SUNDAYS
M J rxcepreu.) at .SA T..V P. M . for Fernandina. Fla.,
connecting regularly with Railroid to Jacksonville, Lak
City. Gu'iisville, and Cedar Keys, aid by Stages to Micano-pi-,
Ocala, Tampa, and other points in the interior of Flori
da. AImi at Cedar Keys with Steamers to Havana, Key
West, Si. Marks, Apalachicola, Pensacola and New Orleans.
Tliee Steamers connect also regularly every U'iy
and at Fetnand na, with the U. S. M. Steamer
EXCEL, (which leaves immtjttlg after lbe transfer nf
lh.-ir Passengers and Freights.) running inland between
that point and the St. John's River al Pilatka, thereby
avoiding the outside navigation over tbe St. Johu's Bar.
KATES Or PASSAGE
From Charleston to Fernandina, $3
From Charleston to Jacksonville, f8
From Charleston lo Piolata and Pilatka, 9IO
Xr$1 Fn-ijfh's for Fernandiaa. and for all Landings on
me u jui. ii s ikivrr, taken ai usual raies.
No vxtia e euse for re-shipment at Fernandina
II. I CHISOLM.
Agent Florida Steam Packet Company, Southern Wharf.
VST THROUGH TICKETS In.iu Charleston lo Ihe prin
cipal Stations on the Florida R ulroad. and points on the
St. John's River, can be obtained either of the above
November S, 1800. 88 3m.
Office Atlantic aud N. C. R. It. Co., I
Newbkr.x, Sept. 2, lrtHn. J
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE Mm INSTANT,
the Passenger Traius will run the following schedule
until further notice:
l-KAva Ahxiyi at
Morehead City 6 SO a. m. Carolina City 7 a. m.
Carolina City 7 03 ewbern 8 40
Newbern, " S lo Kinslon 10 4."
Kinslou In 5i " Moselv Hall 1185 "
Moseley Hall 11 30 " Golds'boro', 12 05
Goldsboro. 8 10 p. m. Moseler Hall, 8 45 p. m.
Moseley Hall .1 . Kiuston 4 0 "
KiiisUm 4 80 Newbern C 05
Newbern 6 85 Curclinu Cilv 8 15 "
Carolina City 8 W " Morehead City 8 8
WM. P. MEETS.
. Supt. of Trains.
Sept. 2, 1 "liO. 84 if.
MARIAN IIARLAND'.S NEW BOOK.
'EMESIS; By Marian Harland, Author of Alone,"
"Hidden Path." "Mini S,H " .i. P.; at -.
This day received, aud '
For sale br
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. C, Aug. ISfiO. c;
TO THE FRIENDS OF IIO E MANUFAC
TURES. THE KINSTON SHOE FCTORY IS NOW IN SUC
cesstul uperation. ORDERS for negro BROGANS
and BOOTS are solicited.
J. C. CARPENTER, Agent.
Kinslon, N. C, July 2", ISrtO. 6o tf
AS TRUSTEE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED
to me by K. R. WEATHERS, for certain purposes
therein named, I am now in possession of his notes and
accounts; and all jiersons indebted lo him are herebv noti
fied lo pay me or Ed. Cant well, Esq., mv Attorney. Longer
indulgence caunot be given.
B. F. BENTON. Trustee.
Raleigh, Oct. 15, 1860. 88 Uant.
IIO! FOU CHRISTMAS.
PLEASE THE CHILDREN I PLEASE THE CHILDREN.
CHEISTMAS TOYSTCHEISTMAS TOYSf
AT COST I AT COST 1 1
FINE SEGARS-G0OD CHEWING TOBACCO.
A LOT OF FINE SHOW CASCS.
All for cost at tbe old Store of
DODD A SCHEIE.
Nov. 27, 1S60. V5 tf.
TAKEN UP AND COMMITTED TO TnE JAIL OF
Cumberland county, on tbe 1st of Mar, 1S6 , as a
runaway, ti aegro who savs he is free, that his name is
HENDERSON SEARS, and that he is from Davidson
county, and was bound to DAVID HUNT. He is ab:ut
i'i years old, r, frei high, and weighs about 180 lbs; hsd
on when lal.en up a hickory shirt, black Cas. pants, and
black round eiait. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove properly, pay charges, and lake him away, or
be will be djalt with as Ibe law di'ecls.
G. L. McKAY, Jailer.
JuneB. 18i). .40 if.
AGRICULTURE OF NORTH-CAROLINA,
containing :i statement of the principles of the sci
ence npon which the practices of agriculture are founded:
By Ebenezer Einiaons, Stale Geologist. "
For sale by
Raleigh, N. C. Aug. 7, 18K0. fia
XADIES KID GAUNTLETTS,
LADIES KID GLOVES, AT 76 CENTS A PAIR.
. W U & R. 8. TUCKER.
Xee. 7, ISffO. loo tf.
TjaTJGS, METJICIHIS, &C.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
TBE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW-RECEIVISG
their Spring and Summer supplies of -
Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dyestoffs, Ac,
which has been carefully selected of tbe Importers and
Manufacturers, to wbicb they invite an examination from
ibeir friends, and tbe public generally, feeling assured tbey
can please both in price aod quality. .
v WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Ralegh, TS. C, April 20, I960. 8s- tf.X
A FINE SUPPLY OP THIS JUSTLY CELEBRATED
Colgne jurt received. Also, Fsrin Cologne in long
and .Wickered bottles. Bazin's quart size family Cologne,
and many others of superior quality, ia $tpnsrand
For sale cheap, bV
WILLIAMS k HAYWOOD.
Raieigb, V. C, April 80, 186a 82 tf.
DRUGS AND . MEDICINES,
Fall Trade of 1859.
TmE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW RECEIV
. ing their Fall supplies of
Drags, Medicines. Paints, Oils, Dytfctnfls, Fan.
cy Goods, Perfumery, dc,
which bare been carefully selected in tbe Northern Mar
kets by one of.the firm, to which tbey Isvite an inspection
from their friends and tbe public generally.
Will find our Stock complete, and to tbose'about com
mencing tbe practice of Medicine, we guarantee an ontfit
for less money I ban they can purchase it North, as, from
our long experience in tbe business, we know best the arti
cles and quantities' wanted by beginners for this part of the
country. s ',
COUNTRY MERCHANTS. ,
We can supply with Spices, Soda. DrestuBs, Patent Medi-j
nines, Snutls, Ac., at a very small advance on Aew" York
prices, and request them to price our stock in this line be
fore making their purchases.
PAINTS AND OILS
We have given special attention to the purchase of, and,
baring bought them exclusively of tbe Manufacturers for
CaJ, will sell them at such prices as cannot fail to please;
snd would say to Cash and short-time purchasers, they
will consult tnetr interest by calling on ns Deiore Duytng.
Of the best Foreigo and Domestic Manufacture, suck as
Cologne. Extracts, Pomades, Hair Oils, Satchels, Tooth,
Hair and Nail Brashes, and Druggists raocy Goods gener
ally. We bare the largest and most complete assortment
we nave ever had tbe pleasure to exhibit.
Believing our home Journals a sufficient medium for ad'
vertiing, we do not think we require the aid, and did not
get up while North, a special Circular proclaiming our
"speed and bottom, preferring tbat our friends and Ibe
community should judge whether we sell as good Articles
ana as cneap as any 01 her House.
Orders solicited from the snrromding country, which
shall bare our prompt attention, and be executed with
neatness and despatch.
Pbysicians prescriptions and family receipts compound
ed at all hours ol tbe day and night, wiid care and accu
WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
Raleigh, Sept. 2A, 1 359. 84 tf.
RS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for
children teething, At PESCUD'S.
OOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE is in great
JREAM OF TARTAR,
PESCUD'S CITRATE OF MAGNESIA is tbe
PESCUD'S is tbe place to get jour fresh Drugs and
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
M. At PESCUD'S.
WTISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
V V and Oxvgenated Bitters, At PESCUu'S.
BURNETT'S SUPERIOR ARTICLES,
SUPERIOR SHOULDER BRACES,
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
FOR QUANTITY, Qualitr, and Low Prices,
Go to PESCUD'S.
4 LITTLE MORE RAT POISON,
BEST PEARL STARCH.
T ET THERE BE LIGHT!
JLi Let there be good Light !
Let there be cheap Light !
PESCUD introduced some time ago a new Lamp with a
new Oil lo burn in it. Shortly afler their introduction the
Oil was thrown into market so bud 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
the best Oil sold by parties heretofore pronouncing tha
whnl! thing a humbug. It burns free of smoke or smell.
It only costs a little over one-fourth rent an hour. It is a
better light for the eyes, and better for all purposes than
any other light. It is sold at $1 25 per gallon, or 35 cents
a quart. At PESCUD'S.
ml, ORM MEDICINES. Fahnestock's, Bardotts
w Sugar Drops, Comstock's. WcLane's, Jaynes' Spe
cific tor Tape Worm, Hobensack's Worm Killer, Perry's
Dead Shot, Jaynes' Vermifuge.
1T1RESH AND PURE GROUND SPICES.
Cinnamon, Cloves, Mace, Allspice, Nutmegs, Cayenne
Pepper, Black Pepper, African Pepper, Jamaica Ginger.
LACK AND YELLOW MUSTARD,
ANCY SOAPS, Highly Perfumed.
WAIM'S PANACEA, Sand's Sarsuparilla, Staf-
ford s Invtzorator, Hnlhand's German Bitters. Hi
ter's Bitters, Ayer's Medicines, Wistar's Wild Cb
1 Drug Store.
TRY THE CHEROKEE REMEDY. Tbe de
mand la increasing and the effects are truly wonder
ful. A third supply just received.
Raleigh, X. D., Sept. 28. ISfirt. 78 tf.
fOR COUGHS, COLDS, &c. -Ayer's Cberr
JT Pectoral, Wistar's Balsam Wild Cberrv, Tyler's Sr
up Gum Arobe. Brown's Troches. Brvan's Pulmonic Wa
fers, Mrs. Holt's Cough Syrap, Wistar's Lozengers,
Tbe genuine at
PESCUD'S Drug Store.
PURE COD LIVER OIL. Simms. Rushtons,
and Hazard A Caswell's Medibated Cod Liver Oil
FOR BOWEL COMPLAINTS-TrT Eaton In
fantile Cordial, Dalby's Carminative, Valpeaui's Rem
edy, Jaynas' Carminative, Mrs. Winslow's Soothw)gyrufl,
Pescnd's Diarrhoea Cordial; any ot which' kinds .ant de
servecly popular, and for sale .
aOHEROKEE REMEDY Thorn's Extract. Cu-
bebs and Copiaba, Tarrant's Extract Cabebs and Co
p'aba, and Capsules of all kinds,
At PESCUD'S Drug Store.
TOILET A RTICLES. For all who love a full
and luxuriant growth of hair,' thev must try the fol
lowiag Restoratives: Ezekial's, Wowd'a. Mrs. Alien's,
Pbalon'j. Barrr's Tnconlionis. Kathairon. Coeoaine. Coein
Esa. Bay Leaves, Jaynes' Unit tonic-MKnd an indefinite?
variety or Pomades. Balsams and Oils of Foreign and
American manufacture, at
PESCUD'S Drug Store.
THE MOST SPLENDID AND DESIRABLE
assortment of Cosmetics. Perfumery. Soaps, Brushes,
Toilet Extracts, Colognes aud Toilet Articles of all kinds
is now on exhibition, aod will be sold very cheap
SOMETHING. ENTIRELY NEW & WORTH
trying. vix: Phalim'a Snow While. Oriental Cream
lor oeauiuying Ihe complexion.
For sale at
fVERY LADY WHO DESIRES A PRO-
Mli fusion of Curls at a. trifling cost of time or motive.
and no injury to her hair, should send to PESCUD'S for a
Box of Arnold's Patent Hair Curlers Price 50 cents.
Raieigb, N. C, Oct. 2, I860, 79 tf.
GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTO
RY. -SURVEY OF NORTH CAROLINA Con
taining a Catalogue of tbe Plants of the State, with des
criptions and history of the trees, shrubs, aafcwoodr
Tines; By Rev. M. A. Curtis, D. D. 7
For sale bj 1
W. L. POMEROY.
Raieigb, N. 0., Aug. 7, 1380. (ja
NEW WORKS ON ARCHITECTURp
Sloan's ConstractiTe Architecture '
A SF0,! THE BCILIERANDCARPEVTPR
SE,Xh,llD5 tbe eractaw of a series of DesitJ.l8!
u "luca, npires, ana tne rive Orders of Ai.-.R "
u Mind fi,. il. v. . , r".I Arcfnteei
Art Ziii, .k v ""V.-l" Grecian and R.Z '
Art, with , tbebgured dimensions or their Height i
tion and Profile. To whirU. .a.ia . n IU
and acoompan.ed by explanatory text. "By Samuel ,es-
't'1",?0r f llle "M Architect -Citv
Suburban Arch.tecture,"etc,etc. One rol.1L price ind
Sloan', City and Suburban ArchK,00'
r t. u,. exh'b'ted numerous Designs anH n !
r Public Edifice Private Residences and ti eUi!
B"' 0 Ulnstrated with WtTonmL"
yarned bySpecifica;ion ndlli.t.SW
,BT&amuel Sloan, anthorof the - Model Arrh? TL
"Sloan's Constructive Architecture " etc ,t- r eot
folio. Price $12 oo. arc",leclure. etc, etc. OnevoL
For sale by
Raleigh, Aug. 13, 1850. B" D' TtJ?fJ
t v . RURAJ, PUBLICATIONS "
? 'rs " J'ulers' tucyclopedia, Emmerson.
he American Farm Book, AlleloT
ural Cbcmistrr, Soils-.
Agricultural Chemistry, Johnston.
tk n 8 Af"0'11"'! Chemistry,
t he Complete Farmer and Gardener, Fessenden.
I he Kitchen Gardener's Instructor. Bridgman.
MeW.KUnff G,rdener, Assistant, BridgnTan.
McMahon s American Gardener. 6
hardening fr the Somb While.
lldi-P er,1d Kicben Gardener. Neil.
B?s ftXrFLwera! F'Wer
Tbe Complete Florist,
Downing''. ISEZftSXiS? W' AreM-tl-Country
Hedges .ud Evergreens. Warder.
Grass-, ,nd Fors;fe p, F,jDt
AmeriV ArZ"?n Weeds nd ttefid PlanU. Thnrber
R.7?D W 600)1 ,,f Ornamental Trees. Meehan?
Rural Architecture. Allen. "- - -
Iowi.ing a Fruit and Fniit Trees of America.
i.The Fruit Cultivator's Manual, Uridzman.
The American Fruit Culturist. Thomas.
The American Fruit Book, Cole.
The Fruit Gardener, Barry. "
American Fruit Grower's "Guide, Elliott
Fields' Pear Culture.
Cold Granery, Wm. Chorlton.
Practical Treatise on the Culture of the Grape, Allen.
Hoar on lbe Grape Vine.
Culture of the Grape and Strawberry, Longworth.
Ilabits and Diseases of Domestic Animals, Allen.
Breed, Management and Diseases of Sheep, Youatt.
Management of Shcp, Canfield.
Sheep Husbandry iu the South, Randall.
Milch Cows and "Diary Farming, Fliut.
Milch Cows, Guenon.
For sale by
3. D. TURNER,
Raleigh, March 23, ISiO. i;t.f
CIVIL PRACTICE IN NORTH-CAROLINA.
NE VOL. 8VO- CONTAINING NEARLY FIVE
hundred pages. Price reduced lo 3.
With the North-Carolina Form Biaik. Cantwell's Justice.
and this volume, showing the actual practice in court, tbe
mere citizen, the funtionsry, or the lawver, bare easy ac
cess to business forms. Postage 35 cents.
For sale by
H D. TURNER,
Raieigb, X. C., Aug. 17, 1SC0. 65 tf.
jCJUNDAY ENJOYMENTS, or Religion made pleasant
5 to children.
THE SCRIPTURE HISTORY OF OCR BLESSED
LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST Arranged to
illustrate his Divinity. Doctrine and Mission; Br M. B.
THE CAVERLY FAMILY, or Mrs. Linden's Teach
ings; By II. U. 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 tbe thirteenth to the three hundred
and twenty-third vearof tbe Christian Era: By Milo Ma
ban, I). D.
TWENTY-FIVE TUNES Adapted to Psalms end
Hrmns, in the book of Common Prayer; Edited bj the
Rev. Albert Wood. A. M.
HYMNS FOR CHILDREN Compiled and set to appro
priate music ; Bv lie Rev. J. Freeman Yoong.
A COLLECTION OF SACRED SONGS-Being an
Eclectic compilation for tbe nse of Churches. Families and
Schools, o wbicb is appended special department con-
annua: appropriate music tor vraioaiions, ueaicauons,
Fast Davs, Funerals, etc : Edited br Charles Jerome Hod
W. L. POMEROY.
Raieigb, N. C, Aug. 10, 1360. - - 64-
COOPER'S MACOMB'S TACTICS-A concise system of
Instructions aud Regulations for the Militia and Vol
unteers of tbe United States, comorehendin? the exercises
and movements of tbe lufantry, Light Infantry and Rifle-
uen. vavairy ana Artillery.
scurry Ur ANTUi TACTICS In 8 Volumes.
For sule at
Raieigb, X. O, Feb 23, 1860. 17 tf.
1AJORTII-CAROLINA GEOLOGIGAL SUR
1 VEY. Tbk Swamp Lasds op North-Cahoi.in-
containing descriptions, with many analyses, of the 'oils
of ibe Swamp Lmds; By Ebenezer Emmons, State geolo
gist. For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, X. C. Aug. 7, 13firt. 63
il 0 OK. S RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
IFE OF STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS U. S. Senator
J from Illinois -wilb his most imnortant Sriaeches and
Reports ; By a member of the Western Bar.
UK UMIHAM AT GKEYSTONES. and his talk there.
FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS OF MECHANICS AND EX
PERIMENTAL DATA: Bv A. Morin. Revised. Translat
ed, and reduced to English Units of Measure; By Joseph
Bennett, Civil Engineer.
THIS HISTORY OF UERODOTUS-A new Ene-liah
version, edited with copious notes and appendices, illus
trated. Illustrating the History and Geography of Hero
dotus from the most recent sources of information; and
embodying tbe chief results, historical and ethnographi
cal, which have been obtained in the progress of cuneiform
and hiemglyphical discoverv: Bv George Rawlinsou. M.
A., late Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College. Oxford, as
sisted by Henry Kawlinson, R. C. B.. and Sir J. G. Wil
kinson, F. R. S. In four volumes Vol. S, with Maps and
For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raieigb, X. C, Aug. 21, 1300. 67
MANUAL OF GEOLOGY, DESIGNED FOR THE
use of Colleges and Academies; By Ebenezer Em
mons, Slate Geologist of North-Carolina; I .ate State Ge
ologist of New York; Professor of Natural History and
Geology in William College; Corresponding Member of
the Academy of Natural Science, Philadelphia, Ac. Ac.
For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, N. O, March 9. ISfiO. 20 tf.
A LAW DICTIOXARY AXD GLOSSARY Contain
ing full Definitions of the Princ.pal Tkrms or tbk
Cohmox and Civil Law, together with translations and
explanations of the various technical phrases in different
lai.giiages occurring in the ancient and modem Reports
and Standard Treatise, embracing' also all Ihe Principal,
Common and Civil Law niuyms; By Alexander M. Bur
rill: a new and enlarged edition.
For sale by
W. L. POMEROY.
Rale gh, N. C, Feb. 28, 1860. 17 tf.
; a ,
T1HE REASOX WHY NATURAL HISTORY-GIV-
ing reasons for hundreds of interesting facts in con
nection with zoology, and throwing light upon the pecu
liar babits and interests of ibe various orders of the Ani
mal Kingdom; By the Author of "The Biblical Reason
Whv." " The Reason Why," Ac. Illustrated with numer
EL FUREIDIS; By the Author of "The Lamplighter"
and - Mabel Vanghan.w v
Jil.UClL,jE7A JiM; Br 0wen Ml, Author of
iu 11 auuerer, sc. '
For sale by
Raieigb, N. CSAng. 17, 1860.
tsi ruiiLisutUA CORRECT DIRECTORY
the Lerilatun. .,r N,,i..r 1:" "V"1
birth place, age. residence. nccuourVol
ing house of each memb,r of thV present WiXtnre It
has also an mtenor view of ibe Senate Cbamtr and h'0..s
of Commons, designating tbe seat occupied by wch me iZ
ber. It is also accompanied with two lr7 Sfi
showing tbe popular e for President f,,K.IL tl'T
fnirn i-x4 un to ltfio .Z .1 rretaent, ol alL the States
contains the name .kS-JS Ti 184" It also
and O.H,r-keeperTandTust of J.8 f Lhe CIerk
lie works, AcTac. 1 11 lbe S,tt,c officers. Pr
of fifty cents. ",a 01 "e State, post-paid on receipt
' . Address- JOHN NICHOLS. Publisher,
Dec. 12. i860. Raieigb, X. C.
IIr. will rcceir, . ecpy fl "charged oi ,heir
f 'Z; I
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1 - ir.
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