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ton tI Nlt tf t Sun I Ml Vldltvj Wft 8!f ta oj.lw-U The dldl thf ,1!, U0Mtt M land." f Km tttuCwrQ Kx. v. ha'A Und w'.lh. thaloa, ' Tiu fmrnaa tJ tV Ukt ij . IwJvr, M' all dl, . v . lile At lh cannon's tttoata, IVitV than ytftHtlJfKnQW,' Lot's aoci an horio:d grava i In soil drwuhed with cur brother' Wood, Bat 0 1 ther ! ft God en high, Wao, aes bj d.J of galSt i Aud wtrthattoo'i dy " wlU tome, fut the Mood tut be hs fjait, lt tfhar' nam now La enrolled, With Jobwon, Barton, Bee, And many other gallant WBafrU for "Liberty." SALLIE MOOaS. Early Grove, Mlsa, .. - THE BATTLE. TTUNILATIu 0 TBI OF CintLxil, T BCIWKB. Heavy and solemn, A cloudy column. Throng) tha green plain they marching comet Meaur'eM spread, like a table dread. For tho wild grim dice of the Iron game. Look i lire bent on the shaking ground, IlaarU bat loud wttb a knelling sound ; Swift by the brraats tbat must bear the bract, Gallopa the major along the froat; Haiti" And fettered thoy ttand at the etark command. And the warrior, silent, ffult I Prond In the blush of morning glowing. What on the bill-top ahlnea In flowing J " See you the foemaa'i banner waving J" f We aee the foemaa'i banners waving 1" m Ood be with your children and wife I" Hark I the tunalc the tramp and fife How they ring through th ranks, which they route to the strife I Thrilling they soucd, with their glorious tone, Thrilling they go through the marrow and bone I Brothers, Ood grant, when this life Is o'er, In the life to come that wo meet once morel ee the smoke bow the lightning is cleaving asnnder t ILirk 1 the guns, peal on peal, how thoy boom la their thunder I Prom host to host, the kindling sound, The shouted signal circles round, Freer already breathes the breath ; The war Is raging, slaughter raging, And heavy through tho reek I m nail The Iron death dice fall t Nearer they close foes upon foes Heady 1" from square to square it goes. They kneel as one man from flank to flank, And the fire conies sharp from the foremost rank. Many a soldier to the earth is sent, Many a gap of balls Is rent ; . O'er the corpse beore, springs the hindmost man. That the Una may not fail to the rear lee a van. To the right, to the left, and around and around, Death whirls In Its dance on the bloody ground ; God's sunlight is quenched in the fiery flight, Over the hosts falls a brooding nlgbt 1 Brothers, Ood grant, when this life Is o'er, Jn tho life to come that we meet once more. , Tho dead, men lie bathed In the weltering blood. And living are blent In the slippery flood. And the test, as they reeling and sliding go, Btumblo still on tho corpxo that sleeps below. "What I Francis P "Give Charlotte my last fare well," "Til Sjlfif MiWl imrrmurs, the thunders swell " I'll give O God I are the guns so near t Ilo ! comrades ! yon volley look sharp to the rear! I'll give to thy Charlotte thy last farewell ; Bleep soft I whore death thickest descendeth in rain. The friends thou forsakcth, thy side may regain I'1 Jllthcrwaxd, thitherward reels the fight ; Dark and more darkly day glooms into night. Brolhors I God grant I when this life Is o'er, In tho life to come may we meet once more I ITark to the hoofs that galloping go I The adjutant's flying The horsemen press hard on the panting foe, Their thunder booms dying Victory ; Terror has ceased on the dastards all, And their colors fun 1 Victory! ifonAUjr enUt,4 to formal ant! tglect- ..13 j . I riii,. M ..1 k ...1 . i 1 wc .v,.- f .T ctorico wft awao, to ia cone enfnw'oiy istcr any mot for & few day. Yy soon I waa stint for to eoma horaoj because tUter's illneft hs4 rcttDrcd( acd when I reaohoi ttere cbo was dead,' ! WRlit 0 thews mar a than fm'&nv Ail. or pari of th&.r dothiog'fcr tho wer aod Uar of Hha .y mora wihy loarditog, tuTnlnif, by Bc-ieet, , are gretey aod tbo mwni of tiipply, in oonsoqnenoo of tha inlorrRptlun of noithdrn Imfo, lest Then hi iboro U u economy of leather, lot every tbiio bo tiatorntoi v?ith that pro. wt'uft UCCjiWH.X KIIU .rntU',ft llttb of vfbicb, paured ipsUo (net hot but baroly running) dooa aa mnoh good as wbon applici cxtornalJy, In wjntor it is not dgrccalb, but tho rcverae, for it i cou&l to an ad Jitional pair f nocka in s,i:wpig ohi coju anu wet by ttoppms: op !PCIZmAlm thopoica of tho leathor and febt 'thua ' JtltSttllHntflDS.- preventing tho admiaaion of wsl by absorp- 'QuUfVbatiiarcbr lion, or capillary attraction. Dropping a The following comprises a list of the names ' nAiiu revcrsoti iiguieu canuie or tijmions, with the Post Office address into tho ;n&ida of the shoe, will have a and namea of Deputies, so far as received ; aimilar ettect Uemombor. that in Wash- Concord, Kaletgh J J Litehford. Hera t ha mother stopped she oouM say no wore. Tears stood in the ehildren't eyes, and they were looked in each other'a anu a, and often after tbat, when temp. woros, the thouhk that they be among tho last they should ever utter, chewed them, and they ama in. stead that aoft answer that turneth away wrath.' - , JftlisttllowiiiiB. 1 mr .... l ssv w m -xjstr '- asP Grecngboro', Greensboro "VV D Trotter. Aaheville, Aaheville liev R N Price. Davie, Farmington B F Lunn. 14 u W H Berry Franklin, FranklintonW H Williams. Washington, Louisburg Daniel S Hill. ington a retreat through the Jferseyp, in the winiorw Lord Uorowalhs track ed, or might have tracked his soldiers by the blood which trickled from their bare feet! ' a. a i-v . . . I " - ' - -- 1, A twevolutionary war is tho tntensi- Cold Stream, Warrenton T W Eowiett. fication of every other war. It ejacts the Lumberton, Lumberton Albert Lawson. mental, moral and nhvsical kbor of pvptv Macon, Franklin Rev L F Siler. man, woman and competent vonth. Tt Yancey ville, Yancey ville-Dr A Gunn. doea more, it not only exacts the labor of all hands, but the readiness to yield all available means to the service of tho conn- A. HT 1 1 wy. var yieias no present pecuniary Lin coin ton, Lincolnton Rev R N Davis. Ocean Wave, Washington TJ Ritcn. . Rocky River, Mudlick P O J C Kirkman. Hookerton, Hookerton S W Ormond. Unity, Little Rockfish Jas. A. Calboon. profit. It i an irrvestmontfor futuritv. for Triumph, Wheelersville M E Deloatch. posterity. Then mark tho man who in- Jonesville, Jonesville Rev W L Van Eaton, creases his citato duriiur this war. Ho is Hendersonville.IIendersonville DStradley. a mean man. he Prows rich bv snocu at on. ,c," J-"'"' . . . ' . J 1 .nmhnr Hrinffft 1,11m Kriicrpll W Mfl-in(Tftn Catawba, Newton T W Bradbrrn. the same thin- he clients the poor. Datri- .T-rft'a Tnv Smvrna J. F. Hannock. otic soldier, who docs all, suffers all, gives 0 0 Factory, Clover Orchard Win Stafford, all to the cause. Bethel, Davidson College T E Potts. 8. This engrossment of the faculties of Cold Water, Concord J C Benson, he mind is not without its compensating ?andy Creel; Laurel P 0-H G Gupton. lulZl f .1 ' 0t; 0,lVCtCC y GatesviUe. Buckland-Wm Smith, aalvation of the country, but may also be xro wiii;,mCwft' n t tinrtr io the serenity nnd eren sometimes to the Little River. Walnut Grove J W McKee. " sanity of the individual, by taking the Roxobel, Roxobel John R Powell. ' place of that legion of fancies and spectres Green Lake, Lethe P 0 D W Gibson. . r 1 1 1 . . 11 4 , I T .1! T : .1 T rr TXT C A I! 01 aunreueusion wnicu enter an luie Drain, inuiau x.iage, mumu xuwu oauucnui. mi 1 . UJKE nepvousHeadache' CURE . 5V -feindsP By the ase of these Pills the periodic attacks of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if taken at the commencement of an attack liAmediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained v They seldom fail in removing the Nausea ami Head ache to which females are so subject. uney act genviy upoa too Dowels removing coa tiveness, -1 For Literary Men. Sradents, Delicate Females. and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving tno appenie, giving tone tod vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the ot nral elaticity and strength of the whole system. 1 THE CEPHALIC ?ILL8 are the result of lona in vestigation and carefully eOndaeted experiment, hay ing been in uso many yeara, during which time they have prevented ano'relloved a vast amount of pais and suffering from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the siomaon. They are entirely vegetable In their composition, id mav be taken at all times with perfect safety with udmar out matins any change of diet, and the absence of any disagreeable taste renders it eay to administer them tocniioren. r. - BEWARE OF. COUNTERFEITS ! The genuine have live signatures of Henry C. Spald ina on each Box. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicine. A Box will be Bent by mail prepaid on receipt of the .PRICE, 25 CENTS. All orders should be addressed to HENRY a SPALDING, ,'''' 43 CEDAR STREET. N. Y. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDING'S iiPiiy s - mum. Family Hews paper. HiHUIlUllHiMnUUmiiUillliUiUUliUUHUiUHIHUUI nnHirjNuSiii cAEirrAfnidrLips? X STiBANCS CCMPAEY icsuras healthy wl leh persona, from 14 to ft years of gs, for 1 51 ar, for 7 years and for life, lso, hetatLy slavw from to to ett years of as, for 1 or 5 yean. CHAS. E, JOHNSON, Tresideat. II. W: HUSTED. Attorney. r W. H. JONES, Treasurer. All daslrai iaforaation givea by Agenta in al . th towni and village of tha Stats, and by - - iH U. BATTLE. Sec'y. TUleigh. D8.S. . ; IS 13 THE NEWBERN 1ITJTUAL LIFE : 1NSIJEANGE COMPANY. THIS Company has sow been iu successful operation for three years, during whieh time no assessment has been made to meet losses Tha Company is cow prepared to receive pli cations for insurance, hich may be made U any of tho different Agent3 throughout the State, or to the undersigned, at the ofneo of tie Company, io this place. MOSS W. JARVIS, Secretaty. Newbern,N. Jan. 2'2, 1859. 22 tf North Carolina Mutual Insurance Co. THIS Company has been in successful opeia- tion over 10 years, and onntinues to take risks upon all classes of property in the Stats, (except Steam Mills and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon fa vorable terms. Its Policies now cover property araouniing ta $8,837,649, a large portion of which isinoountry risks, and its present capital is over Seven Huadred Thousand Dollars, in bonds prop, erly secured. The average cost cf Insurance neon the tslan of this Company has been less than one third of one per cent per annum, on all gradaa of property em braced in its operations. All communications in reference to insurance should be addressed to the Secretary, postpaid. T. u. DiSLiSx Presd'i. Hakdbh S. Smith, Sec'y; July 2, 185. .. 45 t MMiiuiiiiiimniiwniiHMiiiHiiuuHMMiHMiiAiiiutiiwimHwiiuiiMmiuHiim Blisttilantoas. I : rfHrfnnfnnc anu r.x. 1 Ally BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, NO. 1, FAIETTEVILLE &T RALEinn w. n H D TUKKERia, on Land, and tor .alt, Itovolution is a prolific source of insanity. A man may La worked to death, but sel dom or never to derangement, for work is the appointed normal, and idleness the ex ceptional state of man. Amusement, travel, games, tfcc, may sometimes be made temporary and partial substitutes for wholesome occupation, but in Revolution ary wars these are mostly stopped. Ilillsboro', Aug, 1801. Rock Spring, Dry Pond Thos Thompson. Laurel Hill, Lincolnton E F Ramsour. Olin Div., Olin P O 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 Robt Helton. 14 4i Lincolnton II F Ramsour. Indian Creek, Lincolnton J F Hill. Jones Creek, Jones Creek M Mcuiarmid. Hotnony, Homony G W Candler. Swannanoa, Swannanoa T C Westall. Nashville, Nashville W T Griffin. FOlt TlIE SPIRIT OP THE AGE. LYING AND SLANDER. Some people seem to possess both an in ato proDensitv and ability to lie. Wheth er the lathers, in discussing the doctrine of Vicksville, Joyner's Depot-K. II Winstead, human depravity, discovered this fact or r tt yuJ " 5 i. , i-i a. t. ' e Pleasant Hill, RanalsburgR S Warren. not, they seemed not at liberty to inform r, TW . flwhern ?H Brinson rl1 AriA limns ia vrrwwr 1 iwh -v l- a I 1 . . m WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. Aa these ' Jeatimvniqts were unsolicited by Mr. SPAtDi?i,'fAer 'afford unquestion able proof of the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery Masonville, Conn., Feb. 5, 1861. Mr. Spalding. ' Sir: I have tried your Cephalic Pills, and I like them so well that I want you to send me two dollars worth more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a lew out 01 tne nrst dox 1 got irom you. send the Pills by mail, ana oblige, , Your ob't Servant JAMES KENNEDY. GREENSBOROUQH 1IUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. PAYS ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY! DIRECTORS : John A Mebane, W J McConnel, C P M sndenhall, D P Weir, James M Garrett. Joim L Cole, N H D Wilson, Wm Barringer, Da rid Mc Knight, M S Sherwood. Jed II Lindsay, Greensboro'; W A Wright, Wilmington : Robert E Troy, Lumber ton; Alexander Miller, Newberne: Thadeus Mc Gee, Raleigh ; Thomas Johnson, Yanceyville ; Dr W C Ramsey, Wadeeborough ; Rev R C Maynard. Franklinton ; Dr E F Watson, Watsonville. OFFICEKS. NHD WILSON, President. JED II LINDSAY, Vice-President. C P MENDENHALL, Attorney. PETER ADAMS, Secretary and Treasurer. ' WM H CUMMING, General Agent. WJMcCONNEL,l J A MEBANE. Executive Committee. J M GARRETT, f All communications on business of the office should be sent to PETER ADAMS, Secretary, 4atf Greensborough, N. C. GOLD. Gentlemen's Lever Ladies' Levers, Silver Levers, Ladies' Watch Chains, Veet and Neck Chains. betts of Breast Pina and Ear Rings, "Braceletta and Breast Pins, r-ar ana r inger KUis, Cuflf and Shirt Buttons, Collars and Sleeve do. Belt .buckles, Armletts and Pencils. Spectacles and Thimbles, crosses ana snaps. -. . PLATFD WARE. lc-j Pitchers and Spoons, ator ana v alters. Cake Baskets and Forks. T r. . i-resurve & isutter Stands, Table and Desert Knives, Oyster and Soun TjiriW Butter and Fruit Knives, Fish and Pie Knives, Salt Siands, Candlesticks. Molasses Mugs, Tea Setts 5 pieces, optiriacies. French & Yankee Clocks. I wish the members of the Legislature and others 10 can at my store and see for themselves. My stock of Goods is large and fashionable. My price are vucupBr. 1 w warrant every article eoia to be wha es and clocks repaired and warranted for 12 months . . . JOiiN C. P4LMt.lt. itaieiga, .n. c., Dec. 4, 1S60. 15 tf SWAIM'S JUSTICE REVISED. THE NORTH CAROLINA MAGISTRATE, APRAC tieal 2Uid to the Laws of the Stutiv 9ns of the Supreme Court, defining the duties and ju risdiction of the Justices of the Peace out of Court, under the Revised Code lS54-'5o, together with full in structions and numerous new forms and precedents by EDWARD CAST WELL. L. L. B Counsellor at The above is the title of a work which has been re cently puousnea by tne uudersisned at the North Car olina Bookstore. Raleigh V f: .nil i. .-w rr .! iH one vol. f nearly 000 pages, at the low price of $3 50. Postage to any part of the State, or of the United i states. 3ti cents. 1,'nnn thu wmim rr. r.m.tniio.' . DaUK Bill the work Will bn nmilort tn nrl.lra and SILVER WARE. Cups and Goblets, Napkin Rings, Preserve & Sugar Spooni Sugar Sitters and Crumb scrapers. Ice Cream & Pie Knives, Tl..ii S J- 1 - r- uuuer ana case Knives. Children's knives ana Forks. Card Cases & Pepper Box es, Fruit and Picklo Knives. Table and Desert Spoons, lnimme iea spoons, Soud and Cream Ladles. Gravy &. Mustard Spoons, x-eucus sea .reus, Spectacles, tc. CUTLERY. Tabic and Desert Kn'a. Tl 1 . .T T'l . ' jrocsei ana i'enKnives, Scissors and Razors. MISCELLANEOUS. Hair and Tooth Brashes, Combs and Guards, Pocket Books & Wallets, Ladies' Travclimr do Work Boxes, Steel Spectacles. Razor strops & Brushes, at the lowest IsTlC&M. & Uroa an1 bp.M mm. lectea asjortment of Law. MeHii a, k,.i t ologieal and Miscellaneous Boots. Also! I in. Editions of Bibles and Grayer Booka, in every vari ty f Binding and size. And i. receiving regularly U th New Worka in the various dvartnenu of Literature. School Bocks. He respectfully solicits the tt.r .. c.v 1 Teacher engaged in the instruction cf 5lttk, to his assortment of School Books, which is rr riicubne, comprising tne now in us. very most valuable worka Blank Books. His stock of Blank Btok i comtl. ciag Te,y deseripticn of Account, Kecord and lucuivricaum Boots. Stationery. Every variety of Common ar.d Fancy SiasW ery, iDCluumg V.ritine and Wrsinii.ir P. Steel Pens, of every deserij tien and price. Ink! uins, de. Booksellers, Merchants. Feacher. 1;;.,... ana iscnooi t,ommittet8 sutl'Iicd on the m m sonaoie terms. All orders promptly attended to. Raleigh, January 22, 1859. 12tf the change enclosed iu United Btamps. Kaieign, Jan. 5, 18CI. States post ofllce H. D. TURNER. 9 U 9 Mtdi. US Sugar Creek, Charlotte R J Montieth. they did or did not, those who strive to Old Furnace, Old Furnace Wm Arrowood. live up to the requirements of that gospel Joice Creek, South Mills J M Forbes, which was the great theme of the ancient Pieeon River. Pigeon River J. W. Harbin. good, now often realize it as a fact in their christian experience. It does seem that a people so highly cultivated and possessing so many of tho means of moderu refine ment as ours, should not be guilty of Ruch a demoralizing habit. A nation of uncul tivated Turks or Arabians might have some 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 O Ford. Gorman, Morehead City W II Davis. Loner's. Yanceyville Dr A Gunn. potent reasons to plead in extenuation of Lick Springs, Wadesboro' J T Marsh . . - Iti.j. T.- II J TT-U T TXT 1 such a crime, were they guilty ; but an American, a member of that country where Washington lived and died, stands exposed to the burning rays of. truth, un shielded and naked, a vile reptile of moral filth, worthy to bo hissed at and spit upon Institute. Richland Valley Rev Wm Hicks. Knob Creek, Knob Creek Ephraim Shuford. 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 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. Closed la tha brunt of the glorious light ; And the day, like the conqueror, bursts into night ; ' Trumpet and fife swelling choral along, The triumph already sweeps marching In song. Farewell, fallen brothers ; though this life be o'er. There's another, la which we shall meet yon one more I (t roa tuk shrit or tub agc LACONICS FOR THE TIMES; OR WORDS FOR THE WISE, fcc. BY W. II. O. 1. A sheep is worth more than a good dog. Every dog is a consnmer, and if ho connnme mutton, is a destroyer. Many of them eat as much ns a grown negro, and all of them na much as a negro child. Unslanghtcred by them, their natural ene mies, they are the cheapest stock. And it obvious that with or without war, there ,will be a great demand for wool, for blank eta, socks, &c; for the soldiers, if tho war continues; if it does not, then for the manufacture of various woollen fabrics, which it is certain wiil spring up in the tniddlo Southern States and in North Car olina more probably and profitably than in nudge. any others. Then if you would save your mutton, kill all except faithful Tray. 2. All tujxrjiuous size and weight of soldiers' garments, accoutrements, weapons, Arc- subtracts bo much from his value : therefore let all these things be made of the lightest materials and minimum size compatible with efficiency. Many soldiers needlessly burden themselves with pistols and knives. " It was tho last ounco which broke the camel's back." 3. From tho mild winter, cool summer and other Meterorological indications, the winter will be an crly and severe one.- This I believe to bo necessary to preserve the balance of nature. Then remember the poor soldier, over whose dead body danger roust ra?a before it can reach yonr door, of which he ia the guard, as much by every cood man, when he so far departs course cannot be embraced in the above list from the path of propriety as to become a We hope they will inform the Grand Scribe mischiet-making liar. We are sorry and ashamed to have to record of those who have the moulding of our nation s hopes, tears, and responsibili ties entrusted tp their care, that many of them are to be found in this class of earth's troubles. Numbers of both sexes are daily whetting their tongues upon the stone of hellish hate and revenge ; and going forth, like the poisonous adder, they sting every r" .hi. . unsuspecung passer-iy. ji an mnas, this species of sinning is the most mean and contemptuous. It always betokens a want of religion and brains in the vile per petrator of such . devilish acts. We defy the world to produce one instance where the contemptible slanderer was at any time afterward ever renowned for his piety or literary attainments; or where one who has shone as a star of even the sixth raair. TO THE PUBLIC IHB undersigned, being well known as a wri ter, would efier his services o au f requiring LITERARY AID. He will furnish Addresses, Orations. Es ova Presentations. St.efiuhe-t. Renlies and Lines u I v . - I 1 tor iUDoms, .acrusiics prepare mailer lor 111 Press Obituaries, and write Poetry upon any subject. Address (post paid) FINLEYJOHNSON, 15 -tf Baltimore, ld.. MILITARY TACTICS. Havekford, Pa., Feb., 6, 1861. Ma. Spalding Sir: I wish you to send me one more box of your Cepha. tic Pills, I have received a great deal of benefit from theru, Yours, respectfully, MARY ANN SSTOIKHOUSE. Spruce Creek, Hunt-sgton Co., Pa., January 18, 1851, H. (J. bPALDING. Sib i You will please send me two boxes of your Cephal tic Pills, bend them immediately. Respectfully yours. JiNU. li. MAIO-NS P. S. 1 have used one box of your Pills, and find them excellent. Belle Vernon, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861. Henry C. Spalding, Esq. Please find enclosed twenty-five cents, for which send me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly the best Pills I have ever tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M Belle ernon, Wyandot co., O Beverly, Mass., Dec. 11, 1860. H. C. Spalding, Esq. 1 wiBh for some circulars or large show tbills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my customers. If you have anything of the kind, Dlease send to me. , One of my customers, who is subject 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. SAKL. T. IREDKI L, M. D. CAMP. T. IKEDELLe IREDELL BROTHERS AJEtE now in receipt of their new supply of . DRUGS, MEDICINES. CBEMICAI PAINTS. OILS, DYE-STUFFS, VARNISH i BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, FAN J ARTICLES, &o. 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 wholesale 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. Ac. an excellent article just out. RIMMEL's CELEBRATED ENGLISH SOAPS lor toe Toilet. PERFUMERY a superior assortment. 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 TOBAO CO of the finest kinds. MERSCHAUM PIPES AND TUBES, war ranted genuine. IREDELL BROTERS, Druggists, Raloigh N. C. oct22st!859. otf TOWH E0RK LAND FOR SALE. THIS Tract lies on both sides of Town Fork, one mu m,lle ?01? tne Town of Germanton, containing Three Hundred and sixty-four acres ; about one hun- ureu oi wnicn is unaer cmtivatton. 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 , ., L, R. GIBSON. Germanton, N. C, Nov. 34, ISfiO. 14 tf PROSPECTUS op the G . Planter, FOR 1861. the lack of during the three 'jyO YOU WANT WHISKERS ? DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO YOU .WANT A MUSTACHE ? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE ! BELLI NGHAK'S CELEBRATED -fcllMULlTIXG ONGUENT, For the Whiskers and Hair. The subscribertake pleasure in announcing to the Citizens of the United States, that they have obtain ed tne Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American public, the above justly celebrated and woid-renowned article. THE STIMULATING ONGUENT is prepared by Da. C. P. Beixingham, an eminent physician of London, and ia warranted to bring out a thick set of ' Whiskers or a Mustache in from three to six weeks. This article is the only 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 upou the roots, causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If ap plied to the scalp, it will cure baldness, and cause to spring up in place or the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Applied according to directions, it will turu red or towy hair dark, and restore gray hair to w "ii&nim tmiir, itsavuig u son, smooin, ancnexioie. The "Onguest" is an indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use they wonld not for any consideration be without it. ine suDscriDers are the only Agents for the article in the United States, to whom all orders mnst hp ad dressed. Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and Dealers; or a box of the "Omrueut" warranted to have the desired efl'ect) will be sent to any who de sires it, by mail (direct,)securely packed, on receipt of price and postage, $1.18. App! v to or address liOKACiS L. 11EGEMAN & CO., Druirrrists. &c. 24 William Street. New Yorlr. Feb. 23, 1SG1. 27 fim LlfillTE & BRiliBUHlY PATENT INSULATED FULL IRON FRAME NEW SCALE Grand and Square Pio Fcrtb. T'lIE Insulated Irou frame prewnvs the ori-irai tone of the instrument in m? it. 1,,.-t.. ,.....""- aP i . . . w - - fu Alt. r ' " I if IT wVU Tif ar ' un,lia m 811 olher l"i frame iano-l orw. It greatly strengthens the ewe and thus keeps the Piano-Forte much longer in tune It Vive! it .A..,:. Vul : V",V "ulral, een r lone. ' r "". lv ou "uiaics aua to all t-uaucem of atmosphere and in all respects it is pronounced by ourbcrt " artistes" the greatest innmiwir.! ,.f .K age in Piano-Forte construction; producing an inn! men I acknowledged to be superior to all others made iu mis iTuumry or jturopc. A FEW TESTIMONIALS I?i REGARD TO THE SCPEltlOIlITY' OFOtra New Scale Patext Insulated PuNFonTI. i mic cimuuica me nano-rortes of Lighte & Bradburys with entire satisfaction. I knew not that there are tiny other better, either in our own country or elsewhere." Dr. Lowell JIaro.v. uuiry " In clearness, richness, and volume of tone, delicacy elasticity cf touch, and fine repeating action, I have never played upon their equal."-lf. A. Vv'allex. dai ri, an 'In volume, richness, evenness, and purity of tone, d in delicacy of touch, thev "Hrtii a , that beautiful singing quality so desirable yet so sel dom found. W II.LIAM Masos. "I have never played upon so rich and heavy a tone Square Piano-orte."AhTHi B Napoleon. "1 am astonished and delighted with the New Scalo iron r rame nano-i ortes made by vou. Therp nmt Deaspietima future for Laghte & Bradbury a' Piano Fortes.' Geo. F. Root. . " I have never played upon so fine an Instrument " Geo. i. Bristow. " I consider them as to fceauty, richness, fulnes and equality of tone, as well as their atrrceabie. :RtiP toucn, equal if not superior to any Piano made in this country or Europe." Karl Wels. in power, quality, and equality of tone, they cer tainly excel: while for that peculiar rich and sinnr tone so invaluable-as au accompaniment to the vo I have never met their equal." C. Basmm ' They have all the reuniremnta r.,r o" . terpretation of both classical and modern com'.n i tions." M. Strakosh. v 1 Wareroom, 421 Broom Street, a few doors East .A Broadway. New VrrL- " tW SATISFACTOI1Y GUARANTEE GIVEN. - x. a. ju.j 8-eowlT TURNEE'S NORTH MROLIM JLJIiXiCi FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1S61. Send me 2 5 cents IN Postage Stamps, for one copy of my 50 valuable ReceiDts. iucludinc the Celebrated Hnncv Rpwint Or I will send six copies for One Dollar. Address VV.ll. ROD WELL., P. Rl. Yadkinsville. N. n. Jan. 5, 1861. 20-Stpd 1ST. MARBLE WORKS. Monuments,Tombs, Headstones, RALEIGH, N. C. A GENT for the sale of Marble and Slate Mantels and Furniture work of different c.nlnrerl Mar. bles. Orders by mail nuHctuallv attanded to. Work packed and warranted. Kaielgh, March 12th, J1860. 20 tf xut iiuoiaiiuuiir uib lacs oi encourao-p. mentthat our State Agricultural Periodical ClOOPER'S MACOMB'S TACTICS. A concise r system of instructions and regulations for the Militia and Volunteers of the United States, com prehending the exercise and movements of the Infantry. Lieht Infantry and Riflemen. : 11 1 e 1 f " . ...v.? ' ' uiiuiuu 111 iuc galaxy 01 noncsi lame, was ana Armiery. erer guilty of the abominable practice. Soott'a Inf?ntry Tactics in 3 olumej. mi ?n e i Forsaleat POMEROY'S. lbe tact is, l.eing in any form, freezes up Rieigh, Feb.. i860. 27-- tbe very soul, cramps and fetters all the intellectual faculties of our nature, and de itroys our nobler sympathies and emotions. When we think of the numberless cases of ruined characters; the thousands , of blasted hopes and injured prospects; the heartburnings and resentments, stirred up by lieing tongues, we are only astonished that there are no more graves of modern Ananiases and Sapphiras among ns than we nave. Iho iiible says, "For lying and swearing the land mourneth ;" and some thing is now making our land mourn. What that something is, let the neoDle DeCARTERET & ARMSTRONG, BOOK BINDERS, AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. RALEIGH, N. C. Rfynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio, ) January 9, 1861. f ILO. Spalding,;; j 5 ; No. 48 Cedar sty N. Y. . Deak Sir: Inclosed find twentv-tve cents, (25) for which send box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to address of Rev. W. C. Filler, ReynoldsDurg, Franklin, co., Ohio. Your Pills work like a charm cure headache al most instanter. . Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER. Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan: 14, 1861. Mr. Spalding, , out : Not long since I sent to yon for a boi of Cephalic Pills for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Costiv ness, and received the same, and they had bo good an effect that I am induced to send for more. Please send by return mail. Direct to. A. R. WHEELER , i psuanti, Mich. has received publication TO- PAY ANY THING ABOVE Editor and Publisher have notwithstanding it years of its has failed expenses the determined to October 15th. tf. LOOK OUT ! -BREAKERS AHEAD ! ! "FORT SUMTER TAKEN 11! H. L. Evans at Home, and GOODS CHEAP. XTOW RECEIVING, A LARGE AND WELL AS 1N sorted Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. BONNETS, a great variety; Misses and Ladies Bloomers trimmed and nntrimmed, latest styles and caeaper man l ever saw tnem ; JJKESS GOODS of all the new fabrics ; SHOES of all kinds. l Keep a general stock of every thing in the Dry Goods Line, and deem It useless to enumerate articles. 1 was the last to go on, and bought goods at a great sacrifice, I could go on and say a great many things, but what's the nse ? There are so many things in the Da- aiVhv mamm I hnrriltr thA.1,.1.1,. . iuu turn uut i us mine mese cnucai limes. HIT From the Examiner, Richmond, Vol. Cephaltic Pills accomplish the object for which they were made, viz : Cure of headache in all its forms. From the Examiner, Richmond, Ya. Th3y have been tested in more than a thousand cases, with entire success. make one more ettort 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 lorm, to increase the . amount of reading matter, and yet at the same time to offer it at GR FATLY 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 of its intrinsic excellence We now 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 TERMS: une copy one year, - - - 1 Five copies ' " - . - 4 len copies and upwards 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- IPTTTJVDll .. . . 1- 1 - . , . . .. . .' T -Tt r.uar "Ciioria vnroima uookfctore. lia eurk N O.; and by J. B. LIPP1NCOTT & CO.Wtaffei: UIjK(i.I&S & CO.. New York. Raleigh, Oct. 31, 1SC0. 10-tf . NEW BOOKS. Introduction to the lnv designed as an aidgn Historical studies. By Theodora D. Uoolscy, President of Yale Col kce. B5gng.,lMq, W. L. POMEROY 'United we Stand Divided we Fall." HURRA! FOR US WE TRY AGAIN! tvIIlLE our country is in a state of political excitemeut, and business seems depressed, we have determined to unite our efiorts to carry on the Coach Manufacturing:, For the MUTUAL BENEFIT of all those who may favor us with their custom. We will endeavor to do nil worn sent us in a .NEAT AND SUBSTANTIAL MANNER, AND AT MODERATE PRICES. Our long experience in the COACH BUSINESS flatters us mat we snan De able to give general satisfaction. BAS1IFORD & GORMAN. Any person who may wish their Oarrinw- RE PAINTED and REPAIRED, will do well to L'ive ns a call, as HENRY GORMAN, who is generally known please all those who may favor us with their custom. The Prices shall be moderate and the workman shall be as good, if not better than any done in the City. Our Shop 14 west of the CapitoL known asthe OLD CLARK STAND. . teb. 2. ISi.l. 84 tf LAW EOOKS A Law Dictionary And Glossary. ' Containing full defwitions of the Principal terms of tha common and ciil Law. Together with transla. tions and explanations of the yarious technical phrases, in different languages, occurring in th ancient and modern reports and standard treatise. Embracing, also, all the principal, common and civil law maxims, by Alexander M. Burrill. A new and enlarged edition. For ale by , . L , L. P0MER0T. Raleigh, Feb.. 1360. 27 tf CASH! CASH!! CASH'!!! I SELL MY GOODS FOR CAAII! I DON'T DO a Credit business ! Therefore I hope every person nV'S? thl9 AdvTerti8ement will not ask me for CREDIT because I am not able to do a credit busi ness ; and have to pay JASll myself. I have called on every person that owes me a DOL LAR, and have not been able to collect the firetCENT 1 wish you would call on some one that is able io cred "'April, 12,1861. J. B. FRANKLIN. For the INSTANT RELIEF and PERMANENT CURE of this distressiig complaint use FENDT'S BRONCHIAL CIGARETTES. Made by C.B.SEYMOUR A CO., 4o3BnoADWAT N Y x iiu, 51 pur uy ; eni iree Dy post. FOR SALE AT ALL DIU'CCIht ASTHMA. 00 00 Unkind Words. "Do not use such words as those, they mako my heart ache," said a mother to her children, who were disputing over gome playth'iDgs. "Come here, and I will tell you cross words I once uttered, and which I never think of, withont feelinc t . .. o tne deepest sorrrow. From the Democrat; St. Cloud, Minn. If you are or have been troubled with the headache send for a box, (Cephalic PUlsii so that you have them iu caseoi an auacK. From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. The Cephalic Pills are said to be a remarkably eflec best for that very frequent complaint which has.ever ary JNo. ; and also for 1861 complete. ucvu uwwruDu. . ,- 1 r.yprv man in tarni nf Iho V,tk ing her own publications and interests, is earnestlv ren nested tn p-iv no n?a rw..n TKTn J '.r. o US 3 y, I . ' . O V"'SJso.J"',,uu"ia ms ,mrivtul- tion in Drocur nsr subscr hers tn th- TC n 1 I U - w VVr V 1 , - ' rianter. From the WeslermR.R. Gazette, Chicago. III. rseMr. S ed Cephaltic Pills. From the KanawM Valley Star, Kanavcla, , . iM . blLKS arc earnestly appealed to Virginia. ior tueir aia ana all such 80 - - .t -t? . . T couia say any iniog cross; i aoi sure you are always kind now." The lady smiled eadly, as 6he continued "I had a sister Jane once ; she was old er than I was, and a very kind sister too. 'Ooce she was taken very sick and for & time we thought we should lose her; but at last she grew a little better, and 1 mm - . couia Dear to sit up a little : . .. I A 1 t if h ir-trhr.l : ' , 7 wc . aikupaiiwio: or lie on a " " I UU BieCl. !rtno-fl hill WA oh Mron hA tr. V 4. Soldiers not unfrcquentlv anfTi. :,mAm. .... - vcij 1.-.. .1. ; - a' -I V. 7 t" wmie iu ncr room. for thev often have to cat when, where and what they can get, not what they could bave ; hence it becomes an object of the first importance to provide them with con densed and solidified food, essences, pre served meats, portablo soups, fec. The" very best food for toldicrs in straits, it leef biscuit. This we learned from read ing Cavralho Narrative of Capt. Free ruont'a second Expedition over the Rocky Mountains. Our Chemists and. Cooks should inquire into, these things. - . "f. A fine toothed comb should be occa. VOU is not to believe all vnn sen imrl Y,oar No, but be 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. Raleigh, April 20, 1861. afftt TRACTS FOR THE SOLDIERS. Reprinted at Raleigh, N. C. A voice from Ileaven," 4 pages. "Don't put it Off." . " All-sufficiency of Christ." '' 4 Self-Dedication to God." " " ; " Private Devotion." . . . " The Act of Faith." " " 44 The Sentinel.". - " " Motives to Early Piety." '-.' Come to Jesus. tfonuerlv 64 pages,) now in 32, Approved by all the Pastobs or this City. A large edition of the above should be printed be torn the type ia distributed, as it will cost 2 40 to re set them. The number and varletv will h T as funds are given. $ 100 pays for 150,000 pages ; 20 pays for80,000 pages, and $ 1 pays for loOOV .Donations to be sent to thA A wont- uhi.-v v. -m acknowledge by letter' and report to each of the Pas-" Ooeeveoiug I was sittioff ' with her. and I commenced drumiuio" on th win. dow pane, which wes my favorite amuse ment. Presently, 1 heard her say, "please, dont do that ; it make3 my head . ache so badly." I was not often unkind to my sis ter, but I was in a bad humor then, and I had been during the whole afternoon, so I replied 4tO, very well ; I see I'm in the mnv liar a ? f T n l . 1 T . atir, because they have com nan v. and with T tte Friends of Manufactures. you, if I make the eaat no se. vour head- rpnE kinston shoe factory is now hi J i . T ,V? ' ueaa- l successful operation. Orders for negroe BltO- acbes, and so sayiDg I left the room. iTJand boots are solicited. Here the speaker s voicc faltered as she tort or tnis City. More than 50.C00 pases of new irginnu tracts have been sent to our soldiers in v i ' , , w WM. J. W CROWDER, Tract Agent. Raleigh, Jane 1861. 4-tt J. O. f'A'RPTrWTT'T? 1 r,-t KineUm, Jaly tsth, 180. . .. , J . 45.tr .... 1 as are disDosed i A. - . . iu accept, we appoint as our authorized Agents and to those sending a club of fir or more, at 80 cents each, we will send one copy tree. Address PUBLISHER "N C. PLANTER," - Raleigh, N. 0. TO CONSUMPTIVES. t I lHE Advertiser, having been restored to health iuicweek! Dy a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lnn tr.W, tion and that dread disease, Consumptien-is anx Score 6 OWU 10 hU fcllow-8Ufferer8 the means To all who desire it he will send a copy of the pre-" lrn me (fr?e ofu chge.) with the 'directions for Sn"nf drUsS?Teame whicn thevwUl find a CHrrw 5? PTION, ASTHMA. BRON wii Ii.0- ,Th.eonlrObjectof theadyertiseTin Bend ing the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted and snread hfe;00 wich.ne conceives invaiuable and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy l it will cost them nothing, and may prove a b"V Parties wtohlnradtoM Eev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Curtis;& McArthur $12 S" VVantJ' -Tl4 YADKIN INSTITUTE DAVIDSON COUNTY, N. C. THIS flourishing Institution wUl open iu next session Jan'y. 14th 1861. We prepare boys for College or for life. Our Boar dins' rran"pmpnta ira j a. . Tr . i on the out side h .rSfSit- r " "ST 0 iu w mg lee SI. Beard November W isca. . Jannary 10thj W. HEGE, A. M-. Trlndp We are sure that persons suffering with the land- ache, who try, them who stick to them. : - . ' , j l"A single bottle of SPALDING'S prepared GLUE mutsicKu nines us cost annuaiiy.gj spaldings prepared glue! - spalding's prepared glue i spalding's prepared glue i .. '' save tiib;pieces; economy! ; dispatch t3F" A Stitch mJTiwt ;JSaves Nise.m., As accidents will happetf tven In well regulated iamilies, it Is very deiimWe tr have some chean unA convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock e- f ry.&c - ; j RPAT.TT'vnTTT4T?irn riT Tm ' rikoxii"--"vu meets all such emergencies and no household can af ford to be without it. It ia' always ready, and up to the sticking point. . "USEFUL TX vxnrirr HOUSE " N. B. A brash accompanies each bottle. Price, 25 ccnta. Addres. HENRT -C.' SPALDING, I No. 48 CEDAR Street, New-York. - v; .CAUTION. AS Certain QlinnnmM.j ar ftUATnrtHTKv ta t RfcPARED GLUE, IwoulJ caution all persona to DIARRHCSA. MEDICINE. The best Remedy known, for Diarrhnp.i. successfully by Napolaon Bonaparte's army, and iu the Florida war, and the war of 1S12, aud by the sub- Bunuur s a. iksi ou ike xa oi 1 une, i&(ii. He can safely recommend all to try it. Prophet Isaiah, 43d chapter fith verso" I will say to the North eive ur. and to the houib. keep not back." If you are kept back from old age or bodily infirmity aud cannot eo into the service, send this medicine to our sick sol diers, and let it be accordingly so done. Made and sold by J. II. KIRKHAMT Price ft pr Bottle. Raleigh, N. C. Shake the Bottle well before usin. Dose Two large spoonsfull every hour. Live and Leara. I the undersigned, aied forty in camp tn Kaieign, N. C, under Cant. II. D. Lee. irom nutneriora county, JN. C. do hereby certify that I have had for the past four or five days the worst imrruoea corapiami i ever had In all my life ; the pain being constant, and often bloodv eli mv mum riiei h... ges, wua severe griping in my bowels, and a fever. x iuauu ase oi meaicmes irom tne best Physician auoi wuicni inrcw up almost Instantly, and withont ou, rait- wnaiever. on tne lotn or this month. June, lsol, I then bemtr comnletelir nnuiF.t. x .iciicu vui tamp, wuen i 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 mnt . n health as I ever was in my life, in the short space of two days ; and it Is from the use of his medicine on- ... - " i"? puimc, especially the sol diers who may have this complaint which is so prev alent in camp, should try one bottle and be convinced wnat tms medicUe will do iu such a short r nme. it is entirely harmless. Mr. K first nmd it freely himself. When at home, my p. o is Hih ShoaL Rutherford ennntv. TJ c. ' cdS i. "J1r"'"? t . . . . . V v' mwiuiis ro V1: Tc V , pIf?-9J 1 am now welf and ready for battle. 31r. K. is at liberty to nnhHhth .k.'.wI world. This nth June, A. Dl, 1861. w . W. B. IIAMES mis certtaes that I was severely attacked with PttJS&E?.8 Pentedby MrKirkham with . tMc u. umrruBa aieuicine. I can positively ; j-" r i'""" vu uariicuiar) mat tnia lueuicine is most appropriate and excellent in arrett ?oprlValeni eaae - eo at least has it bnin June "Elack Mountain Boys Company." 7 .v. . . Raleigh, July 4th, 1861. n .me uuuersiguea, rnvates m Capt. Camp'a Com- ' -' " wuuiy, k,., nave uaa inc uiarrbcea, aud used only Mr. Kirkham'a medicine, which made nvuicinn rrj snon ume. JOHN ELLISON, WM. PRICE. ELIAS TABOR, WM. OWENS. JEFFERSON OSHIELD, . JAMES ALEW1N. -J.J. SMITH. I nsed one bottle and hir Mr. Eirkham has my thanks for having cured the above subscribed names in our company of tha Tkinrrhn W DPiPL'. .... I do testify that on the 5th of July. 1S61, 1 waa ee- vereij aiiacKea wiiq uiarrncea and now July the 7th, am perfectly well, by the nse cf klrkham'a Diarrhosa Medicine, which is the best remedy I have ever used. I am now in the sixty-seventh year of my P WiL IL WlIITSON. I had the Diarrhoea three weeks ; lost all appetite. Four hours after I drank Mr. Kirkham's Medicine I ate a neany umner. A half bottle has made a perfect KUir, v V , . THOMAS J. LUMBLY. Raleigh, July 8th, 1S61. ror sale, in Raleish. by J. B. Franklin. E. A. WhL aaker, Uinton UUey, Bookseller, N. C. R. R. Depot aud at the Mineral Spring. Nov. 3, 18M. 11-ly NORTH CAROLINA GOODS. - OCR ISLAND CASSIMERES. JL Black, Golden Mixel, Dark Mixed. and Cadet, a eupT'or quality. ALSO, 4-4 Brown Sheeting, 4-4 Brown Jeans, Alamance Plaids and Stripes, Misses and Ladies' Shoes, TT .1 It ... ii .ueiii xiuiue xuiKB. II. Ralciffh, March 9th. I SCI. L. EVANS. 2!l-tf NORTE CAROLINA F0RM-200K A 2 imp;ci t;d edition of this valuable work re ZTl. ccnf'y published byllEXUSTD. TURXDlt, Ri loigh, N. C;. printed on good paper and substantially .. ' -rr - - ..... ..ii Ljui i oouna in iaw cait. it conUins Forms" of all tboe legal instruments which people haVe occasion to use and firnlshing also a Guide to Justices of the i eac, ucrms.v-ierKS, JoniaMes, Coroners, School Committees, &c, Ac, to which are added the Consti tution f North Carolina and an account of the prin cipal OfScers of the State and of the Cuntle titles i auuic, vc, ck-c. r arnisne.i at tne unparallelW low price of $1, (being the cheapest book ever off red iur aic.i . uun teci Dy man, an extra chnr" of 20 cenU wiil be required, to cover Postage. A liberal dirHX)nnt to those who buy to sell aiu jruonsacuan'j soia wnoiesaie and retail, bv . 4. ' , t U-1. TURNER. w i i i, v i nK? North Cina Book Store. Raleigh, July 1, lfc61. gtf A CUKE FOR THE PILES. T" AVT'Vfl kiai .f tA r. - oe ... ., . I " u..v.cv ivi A.ii jrcara wiin IU1S 1J. terrifying disease, and fr.ding no relief, 1 finally discoveied a VtGETAlLE OINTMENT, which I believe is unparelleled ia its fSt aoy, and fow ofTerthis remedy t the public, a the most fffectuil and speedy cure, ever discovered. The ngredientg of this 0'it.tment are PURELY VEG ETABLE, anl one Vox, if used according to di rections, will tffct a cure. This ointment is sold only by myself and Joim Hyatt, and by tending $1, and fifteen rents ia coin, a box will be sent any nhersin (be Confeder ate States. Address NEAL UK OWN. ' Raleigh. N. C. Raleigh, April Jl, lS6f. 35...1y CERTIFICATE. I could add a large number of Certificates, aa to the efficacy ef my Ointment, but the one tub. joined, from a well known citizen of Raleigh, vol untarily handed tome, will probably suffice : Raleigh, April 12. I860. .11 Pk. A. mAAA av n i AS 1-1 - . II.' 11' t v.M griavowdy ifflicted with the Piles for a number of years. I determined, after failing with mai.y other so called remedies, to try your Ointment; and it affords me pleasure to say, taat by its use, I au entirely relieved from that affliction. Yours respectfully, SILAS BURNS. BONNETS, FLATS, &c ' SPRING, 1861. THIS DAT, BY EXPRESS. A GOOD ASSORT ii ENT of Bonnets, Ladies and Misses Flats. Also Artificials and Rouch. II. L. EVANS. m March 11 1SC1. avtf- CASH! CASH!! NO U0RE CE EDIT ! ON and after the 13th of this month. I tball sell for Cash. The balance of my btock will be fold cheap. Matters over which I have no control, conirel met J. A do SO.' II. L. ,AXS. S3 tf.