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Weekly MNUMRMMMIiMlMftMniMmtMNM owo. That he wna not J the tsorawe of Xlhi tba high spiritual gract o essential in las na.wonftrv, Family 1aM I hd lay fcU4 idala Vr Uak'4 ra all thy towa Cy Had heard tay vtr a4ir delh wfraiat, IWuh ttiy frt UfvWi. a uVJ repos, Our vulunlfvr lf. low ; no mow he &ow TU naUVniant, nor h-t'ttJnti trwiu vhUa flaw llar-I by. to 'UaUuW of tu western kill, I efcrtfcd l uUtu -pwl thauaaad lUe. . Detraction's kntll. For sood or bad. Man, thou inuri live A reioam tf time '. and ihou hH Cv To future armies, nations, realms hlch strive, Thy tale full well. August, rOU THE SPIRIT Of TDK AOS. TO MY BROTHER. The twilight U p"t, sod no sound tan he heard, bave the notes ef the lonely evening Urd; Tbe stars through the cloud sre quietly blinking, And I sm, cVr brother, of thee fondly thinking. I'm thinking tt the brdblps 1 know you endarti But yoa cotoplalu not shout then : O I no, 1 am tart For ff thy country, thou art too true a lover, My fondly loved, chlvalric, noble Brother. Thoo bast parted with all the dear lov'donei at borne, Not o'or the gay world for pleasure to roam j But to drive back the Invader from onr tunny South, To hi own polluted, demoralised North. Prare aone of theglorlona "old North SUle, bhoald that of the wounded or alala be tky fate j I am tare you will fall itb your face to the foe, Rcaolved only death or victory to know. But I pray for your safety, my own brother dear. With flth ! my heart In my eye a bright tear. That you may return to your sister's embrace Your brow with the laurel of bravery grace. I pray for all our brave soldlars, too. That they la salety this war may pas through; And retara back In triumph to thoae left behind To Mother, and bUter and loving Wife kind. I muit now, doaret brother, bid yon adieu : May our Father la Heaven ever bless you I And may Ho, dear absent oue, e'er be thy shield, Whllwt thou rcmalncst on the war-tented field. Cedar Lawn, Gates county. . ha it waa . Puuma Uck Ma half, faftnfoi lYbat the mstUr Whifd m 1 ? Where U my Uy ? l my ebiU I raugt s& him, Yoa caimot.1 : . . . I muu. niii is iirra im. ii it uti . . uu onltr wruiri?? tLo r.fd. bat tnkinor tbo tuos 1 rnri v,? a -.4 v.fL. -v e.aa or thd taintea decease), lUvrog reacb&U my hayf fhey took him into the rown.&wii tbu oancinaJon, ho prossou lb wiijoot wrv- j turn4 down iha sh&et t ar4 when ha saw limMHmmKV.IM)iMUmmmtI4MimM wfccly ) in tbo iTfttwanary nu l& ivaw with pjun; hut cloioetiog ir, herexpo riaooott the iitw,bteij cerma of e6wui,8 faith, ha $u.xt conoeiYevJ h(i idea cf her ro u u&r, wuii till uiq enorv cf hi tuspas- fi wa out, 'u, ray uoa r ana jeu wk . tioixK, aiiil most trvitbfoi 'charaoter. H hat clorgyman tola me; ana 1 painted to W tb glorica tha d&form- Ka4M,mi W 4 .n ycf ' wtldemow bf luxuriant Wauty. II sot uh hJi wuA an.ikna.' forth tbo tuiUand privationa of tbo inia tiionaryV lot, and over against thip, tbe prmtega of being a reapor in tbo grof t mora) harvest of tbo world : tbo blessed- nosa of those who torn many to righteous ness; trie glory of that coming world whence faith already draws many a pro- aago. It was not in Emilvs nature lobe in sensible to tbe force of snoh arguments from such a ploadcr falling from wlips "m. v9Miiau uunrj Hi wun nm WilU he devr that descend npon tbo mountains of Zion coming from one whose tastes were as cnltivatcd as bis faith was lofty, and who could appreciate equally the faa ciuations which ho aslced her to resign, and tbe glories to which ho asked her to aspire. Yet a revolution in her destiny so sudden and total, eo complete a reversal of . Uhhja wife and child? Yoi,B2 roan, thank God for your safety, If you have ever dared to tamper with that which disturbsi the action of the brain, and ' brings a man to a point where he knows not what he ig about. It Is a risky business to touch the brain, and it lathe business ofalca hol to do it. ; lisallantous. Deputies Grand Worthy Patriarch." The following comprises a list of the names of Divisions, with the Post ,Office address and names of Deputies, so far as received : , Concord, Raleigh J J Litcbford. Greensboro', Greensboro' W D Trotter, Asheville, Asheville Rev It N fnce. Davie. Faroiington B F Lunn. W IT IWrv Franklin. Franklinton W II "Williams. her plans, filled ber with perplexity and "Washington, Louisburg Daniel S Hill. almost alarm. Her farailv friends her Cold Stream, Warrenton 1 W Kowlett. UlisrtllflnwnB. cure: ?7& CURE tevousHjeadache CURE n j? 5 v Wm Hiwi; iHIQIWHItiUUUtatUHiUHitlM Lumberton, Lumberton Albert Lawson, Macon, Franklin Rev L F Siler. Yancey ville, Yaneey ville Dr A Gunn. Lincolnton, Lincolnton Rev R N Davis. Ocean Wave. "Washington U Ritch. Rocky River, Mudlick P 0 J C Kirkman. rou tuk sriiuT or tuk agk. " Look thou not upon the Wine" O, touch not thou the fatal cup, 'Tin poUoned to the brim; Twill mar thy noble, pollehed brow, Tby soul's bright sunlight dim. And for thu brilliance of thine eye, The manUc's stare will give ; And 're Id thu rains of thy soul lluinorse will reign and live. There was a youth, to manhood grown, Of klh and noblo soul. To whom thu monster offered soon The Intoxicating bowl ; " It will not harm," the monster cried, " To quaff this single enp He weakly yielded to his voice, And drank tuo envenomed sup. Bright pleasure oped her gny saloons, Iu costly brUllunco docked, M'hrre dark intemperance rolls his flood. And many a bnrquo la wrecked ; Invited thrre the youth to come; Again and yit again he quaffs, Till bowed is his onco noble form, Consumed by deadly draughts. Ill lovely bride, whose heart so puro SUe on love's altar laid, Long watched for hi in through night's loneheurs, And aadly wept and prayed. The scalding tears did trace her cheeks. Her eyes' bright aaure dim, While ho with vllt debauches Kevellod iu haunts of sin. Her heart, like ivy tendrils, twined Close aronnd that ruined form, But now the clouded time had come, Tbe cruel, bl.iHtlng storm, And she tho broken-hearted, frail, Bunk to an early grave ; On her he gazed In mute despair, Then did he wildly rave lie loved her dear, and o'er her vowed To touch tho cup no more, Ilut soon his wild companions came, And all his vows were o'er. He deeply drank and tottered soon Into the awful tomb, Was summoned to the Judgment bar To hear tho drunkard's doom. O, youth, tbo fearful warning take. Touch not the wine cup red, And with a noblo, manly strength. Turn from the monster dread. For Ilka an adder should'st then drink, Twill sting thy soul at last; Its deadly blto will pierce thy heart, E'en when life's joyago is past. Elm Clrove, N. C. literary friends ber religious friends and above above all, that nbiqnitous, myriad-headed, njjriad-tongued personage called the World what would that say npon hearing that'Fanny ForcsterA tbe popular raacrazinist, was about to turn her Hookerton, Hookerton S "W Ormond, back on ber uewly commenced career, and Unity, Little Rocknsh J as. A. Lainoon. nvirnfh her rJti'nty t.mo in tl.A nirrl.K Triumph. "Wheelersville M E Deloatch. heathenism t Above all and here Jonesville, JonesviUe-KeyW L Van Eaton. the stress of the conflict-she weighed her Muddy Fork, Shelby J M Forney. J spiritual deficiences her want of that deep Lumber Br idge,Lum Bridge D W McGugan. coijmjuihuuu au imperatively ueiuauueu in Catawba. iSewton T VV Uraaorrn. one who lays hands on tho ark of the mis sionary cause. She had declined from her earlier consecration, and the path which she once sought the privilege, of treading, it now, as 6be afterwards declared, "seem ed like death for her to enter." She ur ged tbeso objections npon Dr. Judson; but be over-ruled them with the impetus ous logic which characterized his energets ic career, and laid upon her the spell of a nature that combined what is holiest in the saint with what is roost attractive in the roan. Time, too, with him was press ing ; he longed to be back to the scenes of his lifeslabors ; the children that he had left behind pleaded eloquently fora moth er ; and in the gifted young lady whom he at first inUnded merely to secure as the biographer of the lamented . Sarah, he saw one well fitted to take her place as a mother, as well as to meet the yearning of bis intellect and heart The rapid decis ion to which they arrived sprang from a conscious congeniality of temper and en dowments. The ripe experience the mel- Mt Pleasant, Morganton Nil Kayler. Jarratt's Bay, Smyrna J. F. Hancock. C C Factory, Clover Orchard Wm Stafford. Bethel, Davidson College T E Potts. Cold Water, Concord J C Benson. Sandy Creek, Laurel P 0 H G Gupton. Jonesboro', Camden C H T B BoushalL Gatesville, Buckland Wm Smith. Midway, Williamsboro'D T Barker. Little River, Walnut Grove J W McKee. Roxobel, Roxobel John R Powell. -Green Lake, Lethe P 0 D W Gibson. Indian Ridge, Indian Town W Sanderlin. ' Rock Spring, Dry Pond Thos Thompson. Laurel Hill, Lincolnton E F Ramsour. OHn Div., Olin P 0 H A Mowbray. Cool Spring, Pittsboro' J W Hatch. Jones' Grove,Happy Home RL Abernethy. Green Mountain, Oak Ridge M D Young. South Fork, Lincolnton R M Bell. Upper Pigeon, Forks of Pigeon J A Blalock. Smith Grove, Smith Grove Cheshire Sain. Flat Rock, Pacific J J Freeman. Lovelady, Lovelady W G Lewis. Jacob's Fork, Jacob's Fork Root Helton. " tl Lincolnton II F Ramsour. Indian Creek, Lincolnton J F Hill. Jones' Creek, Jones' Creek M McDiarmid. V.v ilia saa rtf ioan Pllhi tha ttorkwito fttt&eka of Nervous or Sick Beadacha may ba prevented ; and if taken at the commencement or an attacn lmmauiuie relief from pain and alckneaa will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Head- arh to irhlrh females sra so suhlect. They act gently upon tfca bowels ramovlng Coa-tlveness. or .Literary men, swaenis, ueueaie remaieu, u all persons of sedentary habits, they are valnabla as a laxative, lmnrovlns tno apDeute. eiving tone ana vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring tbe nat ural elasticity ana strengto or tne wnoie By&iem. THE CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of Ions in vestigation and carefully conducted experiment, nav lug keen in use many years, daring which time they have urevented ana relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating in the nervous ByBtem or from a deranged state of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable In their composition, and may be taken at all times with perfect safety with out making any change of diet, and the absence of any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer them locauareu. j v , , ' BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spald Inc mi ifth Tint Sold by Drugo-igtg and all other Dealers In Medicine. A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the kPRICE, 25 CENTS. . -All orders should be addressed to HENRY C SPALDING, 43 CEDAR STREET. N. Y. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF - SPALDING'S WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. . Ai these Testimonials were unsolicited ly Mb. Spalding they .g$ord unquestion able prooj 'of the efficacy of this truly scientifie discovery Masontille. Conn., Feb. 5, 1861. Mr. Spalding. " - v Sir: - ' I have tried your Cephalic Pills, and Hike them so well that I want you to send mo two dollars worth more. 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Jan. 22, 1859, 82 ti North Carolina Hutual Insurance Co. THIS Company Las basa in anecessful opera Uoq over 10 years, and continues to take riska upon all classes of property in the State, (exoept Steam Miiia and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon fa vorable tarms. Its Policies bow cover propsry amounting to $3,837,649, large porUon of which is in country risks, and its present capital is over i6Tmn uunarea tnousana Dollars, tn bonds prop. The average oost of Insurance upon the plan of this Company has been less than one third of one per ont per annum, on all grades of property em braced in itg operations. . t All communications in referenoe to insurance should be addressed to the Secretary, postpaid. T. H. SELBY Presd't. Ham den S. Smith, Seo'y j July 2, 1859. 5 t GEEENSBOROUGH UTITUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. ' FAYS ALL LfiSSES PROMPTLY 1 DIRECTORS : John A Mebane, W J McConnel, C P Msndenhall, D P Weir, James M Garrett. 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THE NORTH CAROLINA MAGISTRATE, A PRAC tioal guide to the Laws of the State, and the decis ions of the Snnreme ConrlL delininthe riiitiounnrl iii. low wisdom, tbe ardent piety of Dr. Jnd- Homony, Homony G W Candler. . . . . . - n . ci "xt UZZIE. son were combined, amidst all the sever ities of his missionary consecration, with an inextinguishable warmth of heart, a de licacy of taste and a breadth of culture which recognised in Emily answering qual ities, and drew him to her with all the warmth of his singularly gifted susceptible nature, wnue vney in mm stirred ner deep est fountains of reverence and love. Dr. Judson was now fifty-seven. But one needed only to look into his dark eye, beaming with benignity, and flashing with intelligence, and to listen to him, when, in h;sti6ment3 of unreserve, he poured forth the exuberance v of his joyous spirit, to see that age had passed lightly over him and that the dew of youth was yet fresh upon his soul. Byron at the early age of thirtv-six. wrote with terrible and most instructive truth : My days are in the yellow leaf. 1 ne nowers and fruits of love are gone ; The worm, the canker, and the grief are mine alone. Compare this desolate utterance of a pallid ami Baiea spini witn tne unaltectedly warm and tender letters of Dr. Judson down to his latest years : and deat.hvbfv! uttciai.ee of his Bixty second year : "O, no man ever left tbii world with more invi ting prospects, with brighter hopes or warmer feelings." This is the genius of Christianity such the power of that reli gion which pours heavely oil op the flame of earthly affection, and keeps the lamp burning unuimmed down to the very verge of the sepulchre. a Swannanoa, Swannanoa T C Westall. Nashville, Nashville W T Griffin. Vicksville, Joyner's Depot K. H. Winstead. Acadeniia, Homony Creek "VV H Moore. Pleasant Hill, Itanalsburg It S Warren. Good Hope, Newbern D II Brinson. Suq;ar Creek, Charlotte It J Montieth. Old Furnace, Old Furnace Wm Arrowood. Joice Creek, South Mills J M Forbes. Pigeon River. Pigeon River J. W. Harbin. " . Isaac M. Hall. Buffalo Creek, Concord J R Means. Love's Meeting House, Walkertown Rev T P Hampton. Steadfast, Margarettsville W P Ford. Union, Dallas John C Ford. Gorman, Morehead City W" II Davis. Long's, Yanceyville Dr A Gunn. Lick Springs, Wadesboro' J T Marsh. Institute, Ricbland Valley Rev Wm Hicks. Knob Creek, Knob Creek EphraimShuford. Spring Water, Concord A J Benson. Those marked with a are County Dep uties. There is quite a number of Divisions that have not yet reported their Deputies, and of course cannot be embraced in the above list. We hope they will inform the Grand Scribe immediately, so that he may know where and to whom to send the Passwords at the close of the quarter. It is important that this be attended to forthwith. A. M. GORMAN, G. S. Havekfokd, Pa., Feb., 6, 1861. Mr. Spalding Sir : I wish you to send me one more box of ; tic Pills, I have received a great deal of mem Yours, respect fully, MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE. ; your fepha. beneflt from as a to all to the public rTiHE undersigned, being well known 1 wn ter, would effer his services requiring LITERARY AID. t? He will furnish Addresses, Orations, Es- "Presentations. Snflfifihn.. Rftnlieft and Lines oajDf ' r ' tr for Albums, Acrostics prepare matter for the Press Obituaries, and write Poetry upon any subject. Address (post-paid) FINLEY JOHNSON, 15 tf Baltimore, Md. -'VHw',n.'...,(,wHwmmm.mrfmm,rs Sirs. Judson's Betrothal Tie following beautiful and truthful tlcclcli, written by Dr. Kendrick, is a part f tho tenth chapter of the Life and Let ters : Dr. Judson conducted her to the sofa, paying that ho wished to talk with her. She replied, half playfully, that sheabould Uj delighted nnd honored by having hiro talk to her. With characteristic impetu osity, he inquired how she could ieconcilo it with her conscience to employ talents so noblo in a species of writing so little usefnl or spiritual as the sketches which he had read. Emily's heart melted; she replied with setiousneaa and candor, and explain ed tho circumstances which had drawn her into this field of authorship. Indigent parents largely dependent on her efforts years of laborious teaching books pub lished with butlittlo profit, had driven bar' to still tmw and untried paths, in which, at last, success unexpectedly opened upon her. Making this employment purely secondary, and carefully avoiding every thing of doubtful tendency, (he could not regard her course as open to serious strictures. It was row Dr. Judson's turn to be softened. He admitted the force of her reasons, and that even his own strict standard could not severely censure the direction given to filial love. lie opened another subject. lie wiancu to secure n person to prcparo a memoir of his recently deceased wife, and it was partly in fact, with this purpose that he had aought Emily's acquaintance. Sha entertained the proposition, and the dis cussion of this matter natuially threw them ranch together, during the ensuing few days. Tho const qaences of the com in together of two persons respectively so fascinating wcro what has often occurred since tho days of Adam and Eve. Dr. Judson discovered in ber not only rare in tellectual powers, but a warm heart, an en thusiastic and richly endowed nature, that throbbed in sympathetic unison with hi. Risky Business. I tell you, sir, it is a risky business to touch the brain. A minister of the gospel told mo of a member of his congregation, as noble a fellow as ever lived generous there was not a member of the church that gave as much as he, though only a member of the congregation, for the support of the Gospel ; rich, sleeping partner in a firm in New York ; with a wife and one child ; living in good style. The only, fault the minister had to find withhim was, he would occasionally take a glass of wine, and would fiv if. in Vi young men and he said he had often talked with him about it. One day he saw him piaymg witn nis boy, and asked him ; "Do you love your son T "Love him 1 noble little fellow 1 1 love him better than my own life." "You would not harm him ?" "Harm him ! hurt my boy ? Never ?" "Now you thought that glass of wine ' Stop, you are a fanatic ; I respect you as a minister, but not your ianaucism on this point The idea of a glass if wine hurting this boy that I am going to ruin my child 1 Let this be a tabbooed question between us. I have no patience to hear you talk so foolishly. About six weeks after that one of the partners in the house came to see him on some business, and they rode to a manufacturing town about twelve miles distant. He was one of those men 4mighty to drink wine, and a man of strength to mingle strong drink and there is no blessing pronounced on such men, that we can find in the Bible. But he drank this man drunk for the first, time in his life ; and when they got to the hotel, the citv P-entla- man laughed at his maudlin companion, and said: "wonder what his wife will say to that." Returning, they drove up to the gate, and the child, with his mother, was on the ju.arui Kifps, waumg.ior papa, jn stepping from the car. iage, the drunken man's foot caught in the reins, and he stumbled. If ho had been sober, he would have kept the reins, and tbe accident could not have haDDened. But it made him angry, his self-control was disturbed, and he took the boy by his shoul- uer, iwisiea mm around, and threw him down. Ashe was unable to walk, they carried him into the hall, and laid him on a settee ; he fell off that on the floor, and went to sleep. : v ' , . This clergyman told me, "They sent for me, and I never spent such a night in my life. It was' an awful night There lay that child dead, the wife in convulsions, and the man asleep asleep, with a dead child, whose yel low locks were dabbled in blood, lying in MILITARY TACTICS. ClOOPER'S MACOMB'S TACTICS. A concise i system of instructions and regulations for tbe Militia and Volunteers of the United States, com prehending the exercise and movements of tbe Infantry, Light Infantry and Riflemen, Cavalry and Artillery. Scott's Infantry Tactics in 3 volumes. For sale at POMEROY'S. Raleigh, Feb.. 18(50. 27 DeCARTERET & ARMSTRONG, BOOK BINDERS, AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. RALEIGH, N. C. , Spruce Creek, Hunttsgtok Co., Pa., ) January 18, 18SI, J H. C. Spalding. Sir : Yon will please send mfi-t'"0 boxea of your Cephal tic PUls. Send them immediately. Respectfully yours, JNO. B. SIMONS P. S. I have used one box of your Pills, and find them excellent. Belle Vernox, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861. I Hesry C.v Spalding, Esq. Please find enclosed twenty-five cents, for which send me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly the hest Pills I have ever tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M Belle Vernon, Wyandot co., O Beverly, Mass., Dec. 11, I860. H. C. Spalding, Esq. I wish for eome circulars or large show thills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my customers, u you nave anytning or tne una, please send to me. One of mv customers, who is subiect to severe sick neadache, (usually lasting two days) was cured of an ateack in one hour by your Pills, which I sent her. Respectfully yours, W. B. WILKES. Rfynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio, ) January 9, 1861. f II. C. Spalding, No. 48 Cedar st, N. Y. -Dear SirT " Inclosed find twenty-five cents, (25) for which send box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to address of Rev. W. C. Filler, ReynoldsDurg, Franklin, co., Ohio. xouriiia worK lite a cnarm cure neacacne al most instanter. Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER. jYpsilanti, Mich., Jan., 14, 1861. a. xv xr alx;i yjy Sir : .Not long since I sent to you for a box of Cephalic PUls for the cure of the Nervon3 Headache and Costiv ness, and received the same, and they had so good an effect that I am induced to send for more. Please send by return mail. Direct to. A. R. WHEELER Ypsilanti, Mich. SAUL. T. IREDELL, 11. D. CAMP. T. IREDELL IREDELL BROTHERS A EE now in receipt of their new supply of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICAj PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, VARNISHU BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, FAN J ARTICLES, Ac. To which'they would call atten tion. The medicines were selected solely with regard to their purity, and will, at all times, be compoun ded by a competent Apothecary. Physicians' orders will be carefully and prompt ly filled at a small advance on whelesale prices. They keep constantly on hand every article to be found in a first class Drug Store. SOAPS of all qualities. SILVER SOAP for cleaning Silver Ware, Glass Paint, &e. an excellent article just out. RIMMEL's CELEBRATED ENGLISH SOAPS for tbe Toilet. PERFUMERY-a superior assortments TOILET BOTTLES, POWDER BOXES. PORT MONNAES, Ac. POMADES, HAIR DYES AND INVIGoRA TORS in great variety. BRUSHES cf all kind and qualities. CASTOR OIL without taste or smell. CIGARS.CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBAC CO of the finest kinds. MERSCHAUM PIPES AND TUBES, war ranted genuine. IREDELL BROTERS, DruggiKts, Raleigh N. C. oct 22st 1859. . 9 tf TOWN EORK LAND FOR SALE. THIS Tract lies on both sides of Town Fork, one mile from the Town of Germanton, containing Three Hundred and sixty-fonr acres ; about one hun dred of which is under cnltivatton. The wood land is well timbered and excellent for Wheat and Tobacco. Also, thirty-five or forty acres of as good bottom as can be found in this section. For particulars address , T , . L. R. GIBSON. Germanton, N. C. Nov. 24, 18C0. 14 tf 9 UD1 risdictiou of the Justices of tha nnt C.t m'mirt under the Revised Code 1j&4-'55, together with full in structions and numerous new form and prmMsettenl by EDWARD CANT WELL, L. L. B., Counsellor at The above is the title of a. wort whiclThaa W-i-n re cently published by the undersigned at the North Car olina Bookstore, Raleigh, N. ti, and is now for sale in one vol. ef nearly coo pages, at the low price of $S 50. Postage to any part of the State, or f the United btates, 3H cents. Upon the receipt of a four dollar N. C. Bank Bill the work will be mailed to address, and the change enclosed in United States post office BtmP- , , IL D.TURNER. Raleigh, Jan. 5, 1SS1. - -JO YOU WANT WHISKERS ? DO YOU WANT WHISKERS T DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE ? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE ! BELLINGHAH'S CELEBRATED bllJIULATIXG ONGUENT, For the Whiskers and Hair. The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the Citizens of tha United States, that they have obtain ed the Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned article. LIOIITB: & BRiDBDMS' PATENT INSULATED FULL IRON FRAME NEW SCALE Grand and Square Pko Fortes. ri'HE Insulated Iron fram tnwnn tfce criminal 1 tone or the instrument in all its purity, M curw." it for aU time against that mo,t dliagwiaUe tii ? quality of tone invariably found in all other lrou rrnili Piano-Forte. It sn-eatly frtri-rthecs th -A keeps tha Piano-Forte much Emirer in tune It eix Jl t..ieiQst.ru.,5iCI.a muth f!,.liir' -bt-r and twister tot" October 15t.h. tf.- LOOK OUT ! BREAKERS AHEAD ! ! FORT SUMTER TAKEN 11! 11. L. Evans at Home, and GOODS CHEAP. "Vr0W RECEIVING, A LARGE AND WELL AS 1 1 sorted Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. BONNETS, a great variety ; Misses and Ladies Bloomers trimmed and nntrimmed, latest styles and cheaper than I ever saw them ; DRESS GOODS of all " the new fabrics ; SHOES of all kinds. I keep a general Stock of every thing in the , Dry Goods Line, and deem it useless to enumerate articles. I was the last to go on, and bought goods at a great sacrifice, many articles at my own price. I could go on and say a great many things, but what's the use f There are so many thinirs in the na pers that turn out to be false these critical times, my , advice to you is not to believe all you see and hear.. No, but bo sure to call and be convinced of the fact that you can save money at the well known establish ment of No. 29, cheap place. . , H. L. EVANS. JRaighirU TRACTS FOR THE SOLDIERS.: ' Rkprinted at lUutiea, N. C. . . A voice from Heaven," , 4 pases. . - "Don't put it Off." Aii-sumctency of Christ. " " . , " Self-Dedication to God." " Private Devotion." " ; . " The Act of Faith." -'-i- " " The Sentinel." , . V "Motives to Early Piety."' " " ' " Cm.en Xa1 t forme.rtT 64 Pages,) now in S3. . . ; and in 8 four page tracts. - . Approved bi all thi Pastobs of this Citt. A larce edition of th nhn k u if" .-i.Vm.- fora the" type is distribute TO T set them. The number and varitf will b tn'eaVed n, sfo?r r lgyforTlM,6w pays for 30,000 pages, and $ 1 pays for lawT Donations to be sent to -th a i.t -h;.., , .m KS1 ot thif cftr16" "dreportoeVh ofthePa iL' . "7, More than 60,000 pages of new tracts have been ,sent to our soldiers in Vmrinia Raleigh, JKrfL- WDER.TraaAent. From the Examiner, Richmond, Va. Cephaltic Pills accomplish the object for which they were made, viz : Cure of headache in all its forms. From the Examiner, Richmond, Ya. They have been, tested in more than, a.thousand cases, with entire success. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are or have been troubled with the headache send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you have them in case Jof an attack. . -. v From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. . The Cephalic Pills are said to be a remarkably eftec live rcmeay tor ine neaaacne, ana one or the very best for that very frequent complaint which has ever been discovered. From the Western RR. Gazette, Chicago, IU. We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivall ed Cephaltie Pills. From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Virginia. We are sure that persons suffering with the hand- ache, who try, them who stick to them. WK single bottle of SPALDING'S prepared GLUE will save ten times its cost annually. ' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE ! PROSPECTUS OF THE 1ST. O. Planter, FOR 1861. Notwithstanding the lack of encourage ment that our State Agricultural Periodical has received during the three years of its publication notwithstanding it has failed TO PAY ANY THING ABOVE EXPENSES the Editor and Publisher have determined to make one more effort to bring it before the public, with a hope to place it at least on a self-sustaining footing. To effect this, we have determined to give , it a more imposing form, to increase the amount of reading matter, and yet at the same time to offer it at GREATLY RE DUCED RATES. - At the last meeting of the North Carolina State Agricultural Society, the North Car olina Planter was recommended to the Agriculturists of the State, as a work worthy of their patronage not only on the score of its being a home journal, (which should, of course, have its weight and influence on all patriotic sons of the old North State,) but also on account ofjts intrinsic excellence. We no w issue it in a new form,and send a copy of it, together with this Prospectus, to our present subscribers and to many who are not subscribers, earnestly requesting ALL who receive a copy, to get up a list of subscribers on the following THE STIMULATING ONGUENT is prepared by Dr. C. P. Belling ham, an eminent physician of London, aud is warranted to bring out a thick set of Whiskers or a Mustache In from three to six weeks. This article is the onlv one of the kind used by the French, and in London and Paris it is in universal use. It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimula ting compound, acting as if by magic upon the roots, uiuwiis ii ucauuiui uiuwmiyi luiuiiaui uair. inn- plied to the scalp, it will cure baldness, and cause to spring up in place of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Applied according to directions, it will turn red or towy hair dark, and restore grav hair to its original coior, leaving it soft, smooth, and'flexible. The " Ongtskt" is an indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use they would not for any consideration be without it. The subscribers are the only Agents for the article in the United States, to whom all orders must be ad- areesea. Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and Dealers : or a box of the 44 Onguent" (warranted to have the desired effect) will be sent to any who de sires it, by mail (direct,)securely packed, on receipt of price and postage, $1.18. Apply to or address UUKACJfi Li. llEUEMAN & CO., Druggists, &c, 24 William Street, New York. Feb. 23, 1861. v 27 om Send, me 2 5 cents IN Postage Stamps, for one copy of my 50 valuable Iteceipts, including the Celebrated Iloney Receipt. Or I will send six copies for One Dollar. Address W.1I. EODWELL, P. M. Yadkinsville. N. C. Jan. 5,1861. 20 8tpd MARBLE WORKS.. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, RALEIGH, N. C. . A GENT for the sale of Marble and Slate Mantels and Furniture work of different colored Mar i.iwaj.u.iueruuiuw an annates aud to all chan o! ttimuunere, ana in ail reepects it is pronounced bv onr Deft " artihU-s" the irreatpet 1 age in Piano-Forte construction ; producing an intVn tuent acknowledged to b superior to aU "then SSji in this country or Earopc. " """ A FEW TESTIMONIALS IN REGARD TO TDI BCPEKIORXTY "Ihave examined the Piano-Fortes of LI hte Bradburys with entire satisfaction. 1 knowlot that there are any others better, either in our own country or elsewhere." Da. Lowell Mason -oumry " In clearness, richncM and volume of tone delicarv elasticity or touch, and fine repeating action I have HeAtr? U1Hm thtir e1uL"-lf- A. AVaiaev- " In volume, richness, evennes, and purity of tone and in delicacy of touch, they cerUiuly excel and i u that beautiful singing quality so deirible yet so si" dom found." William Mimv "I have never played upon ao rich and heavy a tons Square I1ano-Forte A&tdcr Napoleon " I am astonished and delighted with iheXew Scale Iron I rame Piano-Fortes made by tou. There mntt FoEOrRoor.16 1 OVIS " l have never played upon so line an Instrument Geo. F. Bkistow. " I consider them as tocauty, richness, fulnec-s and equality of tone as well as their agreeabie, ellfrtc touch, equal if not superior to any Piano made In thi. country or Europe." Karl Wrii. "In power. Quality, and ennnHtv f taiuly excel : while for that peculiar rich and sineinc tone so invaluable as an accompaniment tn th I have never met their eqnal." C. Bassiki Thev have all the requirements for a enperlo -l i. kijiuuiuuuw uoiu Clascal ana modern com' tt ! Warcroom, 421 Broom Street, a few doors East U Broadway. New Ynrlr f-SATISFACTORY UUARANTEE GIVEN M. a. $20. 8-eo'wly TURNER'S NORTH CIROLLlUyiiXiCi FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1861. ale and retail, by II. I. lina Bookstore. Ralt-lc-h phia, and A. S. BARNES & BUlUt, aud HUBBARD BURGESS & CO., New York. M1U- Published and sold, wholesale and retail b N. C: and by J. B. LIPP1N Raleigh, Oct. 31, 1SU0. 10-tf bles packed and warrante Raleigh, March 12th, 18G0. Orders by mail punctually attended to. a. Work 20 tf "United we Stand Divided we Fall." HURRA! FOR USWE TRY AGAIN! WHILE our country Is in a state of political excitement, and business seems depressed, we have determined to unite our efforts to carry on the Coach Manufacturing, For the MUTUAL BENEFIT of all those whe may favor us with their custom. We will endeavor to do all work sent ns in a NEAT AND SUBSTANTIAL MANNER, AND AT MODERATE PRICES. Our long experience in the COACH BUSINESS flutters us that we shall be able to give general satisfaction. BASHFORD & GORMAN. Any person who may wish their Carriages RE PAINTED and REPAIRED, will do well to srive ns a call, as HENRY GORMAN, who is generally known as a GOOD COACH PAINTER, hopes to be able to please all those who may favor us with their custom. The Prices shall be moderate and the workmnnwhin shall be as good, if not better than any done iu the City. T Our Shop Is west of the Capital, known asthe STAND. NEW BOOKS. B STATES1" Vo?8STRY F TUE UXITED Introduction to the study of International Law designed as an aid in Historical studies. By Theodore D. Woolsey, President of Yale Col Ice For sale by w.TT POMERO Y. ieigu,Attg.w, law. 62 tf " .. LAW B00ES. 7 A Law Dictionary And Glossary. Containing full definitions of the Principal terms of tbe common and civil Law. Together with transla tions ancr explanations of the various technical phrases, in uiSerent languages, occurring in tht ancient and modern reports and standard treatise. Embracing, also, all tbe princir.al. eoamon ,n,l civil law maxims, by Alexander M. BurrilL A new and enlarged edition. For sale by V. L. POMERO Y. rtaieign, fen., i860. 27 tf CASH! CASH!! CASH!!! I SELL MY GOODS FOR CASH I I DON'T DO a Credit business I Therefore 1 hope every person that sees this Advertisement will not ask me for CREDIT because I am not able to do a credit busi ness; and have to pay CASH myeelf. I have called on every person that owes me a DOL LAR, and have not been able to collect the first CENT 1 wish you would call on some one that is able to cred- lt- mi icri J. B. FRANKLIN. April. 12, 1601. For the INSTANT RELIEF and PERMANENT CURE pf this distressing complaint nee FENDT'S BRONCHIAL CIGARETTES, Made by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 458 Broadwat, X. T. Irice, per box ; sent free by post. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGOISTS. Kov. 3, lfriO. 11 ly ASTHMA. OLD CLARK S Feb. 2, ISf.l. 94 tf SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE ! TERMS: One copy one year, - - - $ 1 00 Five copies 44 . - 4 00 Ten copies and upvraards 60 cents each. Twenty copies and upwards 50 cents each. For $2 we will send the backNos. for 1858, 1859, 1860, so far as we have them, each year of which is complete except the Janu ary No. ; and also for 1861 complete. Every man in favor of the South sustain ing her own publications and interests, is earnestly requested to give us his co-opera tion in procuring subscribers to the N. C. Planter. POSTMASTERS are earnestly appealed to for their aid and all such as are disposed to accept, we appoint as our authorized Agents and to those sending a club of five or more, at 80 cents each, we will send one copy free. Address PUBLISHER 44 N C. PLANTER," Raleigh, N. C. TO CONSUMPTIVES. THE Advertiser, having been restored to health ta a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung affec tion, and that dread disease. Consumption ?s anx ious u maise Known to nis reuow-sufferers the means vi cure. To all who desire It. he will send a rm r scription aged (free of charge.) with the directions for : SAVE THE PIECES. ; ECONOMY! - ; - DISPATCH -, . c m o. vr . I r- iui me oirections ror IW? A Stitch .Tih Svzs Nixe.".jf! B?f8trV?KS?.d,tl8in?J8amei wWch thy win find a Accidents wlllTtappe-vl; in well rebSJ fefPUMraioN, ASThW.BRON- lucumjvujcuvi me advertiser lnsena ine the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted.and spread information which he conceives to be-invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cot them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address ftxr. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Curtis McArthur $1ging8 y, ew York. YADKIff INSTITUTE . DAVIDSON COUNTY, N. C. THIS flourishing Institution will open in ntxt session Jan'y. 14th 1861. We prepare boys for College or for life. Our Boar- U. W. ILEGE. A. M Hn.Inl . .- 21- lamilies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crocke ry. e. - ' - ; meets all such emergencies, and no household can af ford to be without it. It is always ready, and up to the sticking. point. . "TJSEFUL IN ETTTRY HOUSE." N. B. A brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25 ccuis. . Address, - i HENRY C. SPALDING, No. 48 CEDAR Street, New-York. ' CAUTION. . ;:' ' . Ascertain unnrincinlpd n.ronns are attemntin palm off on the unsuspeotin" nablic, imitations oAnv ! PREPARED GLUE, Iwould Caution all persona to DIARRHfEA MEDICINE. Thfe best Remedy known, for Diarrhoea, and used successfully by Napoleon Bonaparte's army, and in iue r wnua war, auu me war oi jsiz, ana bv tne sub scriber as a test on the 2d of Tune, 1SC1." He can safely recommend all to try it. Prophet Isaiah, 43d chapter 6th verse" I will say to the North ei've ud ana to the bouth keep not back." If you are kept back from old age or bodily iufirmity and cannot go into the service, send this medicine to our sick sol dier?, and let it be accordingly so done. Made and sold by J. U. KIRKIIAM, , t Raleigh, N. C. Price f 1 per Bottle. bhaice the Bottle well before usiua. Dose Two large spoonsfull every hour. Live and Learii. I the undersigned, aged forty nine years, a soldier in camp m Raleigh, N. C, nnder Capt. IL D, Lee, from Rutherford county, N. C, do hereby certify that I have had for the past four or five days the worst umrruuiii voiupiaiut i vet naa 10 all my life ; the pain being coiiritaut, and often bloody elimy mucus dischar- fes, with severe griping in my bowels, and a fever. mado use of medicines from the best Physicians all of which I threw up almost instantly, and without any relief whatever. On the 15th of this month. Jnne, 1301. 1 then beius comnltlv K, , .... -.7 ...VWV. UM.. .111. ui ioiii, vtuuu a commenced the use of his medicine for Diarrhocea. I have used one bottle only, which acted like a charm every dose I retained on my stomach, and am most as well in uwmu a i ever was in my lire, in the short space of two days ; and It is from the use of hla m.AuXr.a ! 11 " my wbjh that the public, especially the sol diers who may have this complaint which is so prev i w Ik! MmPi.Vrtdtnr one bottle and be convinced what this mediciae will do in such a short space of time. It is cntirelv harmlegs. Mr c .a it freely himself When at home, my P. o. is Iliph ShoaL Rutherford county, N. C. Only two days ago I was almost helpless ; fam now wdf and reaJdy for battle. Mr. K. is at hbertv tn nnhiiah tho oHl world. This nth June, A. bT, lbci. W. B. IIAME3. This Certifies that I was severely attacked with Uiarrhceaand was presented by Mr. Kirkham with a bottle of his Diarrhoea Medicine. I can positively c-cuic ,uc luimary puoiic particular) that this medicine is most appropriate and excellent in arrest ing this prevalent disease : so at least has it been in my case, aigned, CICERO MURCHISON, Private in Black Mountain Boys Company." June 18th, 1861. - . , ' , . Raleigh, Jul j4tn, 1861. We the undersigned, Privates in Cap!. Camp's Com pany from Polk county, N. C, have had the Diarrhoea, and need only Mr. Kirkham'a medicine, which made a eure in a very short time, JOHN ELLISON, WM. PRICE, ELIAS TABOR, WM. OWENS. Ffvt0 TSniELD JAMES ALE WIN, J. J. SMITH. I used one bottle and a half. Mr. Kirkham has my thanks for having cured the above subscribed names in our company of tho jiarrncea. . u. W. FEAKR. 1st Lr I do testify that on the 5th of July, 18C1, 1 was se verely attacked with Diarrhoea, and now, July the un, am perrecuy well, by the use of Kirkha .uiarrnoea .Medicine, which Is NORTH CAROLINA GOODS. ! OCK ISLAND CASSIMERES. JLTV Black, Golden Mjxed, Dark Mixed, and Cadet, a superior quality. ALSO, 44 Brown Sheeting, 4-4 Browu Jeans. Alamance Plaids and Stripes, Misses and Ladies1 fchees, Help Home Folks. Raleigh, March 9th, 1S61. "-L.EA3. NORTH CAROLINA FORM-BOOK A V improved edition of this valuable work re cen tfy published byllENKYD. TL'RXDR, Rv leigh, N. C, printed on good paper and substantially bound in Law calf. It contains Forms" of all thoee legal instruments which people hare occasion to e and furnishing alo a Guide to Jastices of the Peace, Sheriff, Clerks, Constables, Coroners, Scaool Committees, &c &c, to which are added the Consti tution ot north Carolina and as account of the prin cipal Officers of the State and of the Cuntie. titles of Address, &e., &c. Furnished at the unparalleled low price of $1, (being the cheapest book ever offered lor sale.) v nen sent oy mail, an extra charge of 20 cents will be required, to cover Postage. A liberal discount to those who buy to sell again. Published and sold whoJec&it) and retail, Hv - IL D. TURNER, at the North Carolina Book Store. Raleigh, July 1, lStil. & tf H m s the ljtt nme)r T have ever used. I am now in the sixtv-seventh rear of n. WHITSON. age. WM. U. xaniinv ueture purcnasinp ana see i ne iuu name Z& SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, Is en the out side wmnnor. ail others are affl)! rr-' , - -n I had the Diarrhoea thre wf-V- inat all annotft Four hours after I drank Mr. Kirkham'a Medicine I A half bottle has made a perfect TliUMAS 4. LUMBLY. bonnterfeite. November 14 1860. 14-. January 10th, 1661. -tf ate a hearty dinner. cure. Raleigh, July 8th, 1861 lor la ?He,8hkby. J- B- Franklin. E. A. Whl. aaker, Hinton Utley, BookseUer, N. C. R. R. Depot and at the Miner 1 Spring. ' . i . , A CURE TOR THE PILES. AVING been at3icted for 26 years with this terrifying disease, and finding no relief, 1 finally discovered a VEGETABLE OINTMENT, which I believe is nnparelleled in its icacy, and tow offer this remedy to tbe public, as tbe most tfftetaul and speedy cure, ever ditcovered. Tbt ngredienU of this Ointment ara PURELY VEG ETABLE, an i one box, if used according to di rections, will tffifct a cure. , This ointment is sold only by myself and Join Myatt, ind by sending $1, and fifteen cents in coin, a box will be sent any wberain tbe Confeder ate SUtca. Address KEAL BROWN, Raleigh. N. C. Pvaleigh, April 21, 186. CERTIFICATE. I could add a large number of Certificates, as to the efQcacy ef my Ointment, but tbe one tub joined, from a well known citizen of Raleigh, vol untarily banded to me, wil) probably suffice : -Ralxigh, April 11, 1860. lis. Ksxl Eotr Dear Sir: Having been grievously afSicted with tb Piles for a finiabtrof years. I determined, after failing with many oiber so called remedies, to try your Ointment; and it affords me pleasure to ' say, that by its nse, I am entirely relieved from tbat aESietion. Yours respectfully, SILA8 BURNS. " BONNETS, FLATS, &c SPRING, 1861. ' THIS DAY, BY EXPRESS, A GOOD ASSORT MENT of Bonnets, Ladies and Misses Flats. Also Artificials and Rouch. H. L. EVANS. March 11 1SC1. 30-tf. CASH ! CASH ! ! NO MORE CREDIT ! OX and after the 13th of this Month, I shall sell for Cash. The balance of my Stock will be sold cheap. Matters over wbicfc I have no control, inpi me to doo. .M. L. LVAiiS.