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"SlLLIAM W. HOLD EN,
Editor and Proprietor.
'FBANK. I. WILSON, Associate Editor. '
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..r MV " aumn-c.
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invariably in advance.
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for v''iC" ""n wf-
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0r regular rates of advertising are as follows :
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Each subsequent insertion, ----- - 25
Lunger advertisements in projMirtion.
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, rati. for six or twelve months, and at the close of
jje contract oo per cent, will be deducted from the gross
Pn":esional or business Cards, not exceeding five lines,
rill bo inserted in either the Weekly or Semi-Weekly, for
fur i months, or $10 for twelve months; or in both pa
pers tiir 10 for six months, or $15 for twelve months.
Terms of Advertising in the Weekly Standard.
One dollar per square for the first-insertion, and '-'." cts.
for each subsequent insertion. Ab deduction will be made
i,u Wetili adcrrtisemntts,vo vuitter hoic long they may run
Onlv a limited number of advertisements will be admitted
into' the Weekly. All advertisements, not otherwise direct
ed are inscrled'in theSirci-Weekly.aiid charged according
ly. When the number of insertions is not marked on the
eavertisenieut it is inserted uutil forbid.
Money sent us by mail is at our risk.
February -J., 1S57,
. II. MCPHEETERS,
J. W. UARTIM
A. M. McPIIEKTKRS.4 CO.
i i.RWAKDIXG AMI COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Thomas P. Deveeeix, Esq., llalilax, N. C.
C W. Morikcai, I'res't Rank of the State of N. C
( . .. ky. Cashier
V. 11. Jones, Cashier Bank of Cape Fear.
L. O'lt. ISkanch, President Raleigh and Gaston Road.
Messrs. Keid & Snutter, I
Rr. N. C. Whitehead, IXorfolt.
I'res't Fanner's B'k of Ya. )
Messrs. Spence Si Reid, Baltimore.
' - B. Blossom A Son, Aew 1'ork.
September 10, 1S."3.
Wholesale and Reteil Dealers in
gritislj, Jrtnrjj aiib mtmit
STAPLE & FANCY
Also, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &e.
13 SYCAMORE ST., PETERSBURG, VA.
LEWIS KING, .
B. R. Lewis, formerly of Franklin Co., N. C.
Dr. Peytox King, of Pickens Co., Ala.
A. M. Lewis, our authorized agent of Raleigh, N. C.
June 6, 1S34. 53
J. M. STEVENSON,
For the sale of all kinds of produce. All orders promptly
Office No. 84, Xohth-Water St.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
October 20, 1S56. !(G swlypd.
HEARTT & IREDELL,
(Late Jfeartt & Jones,)
TILL, DURING THE FIRST WEEK IN THIS
mouth, remove to the store recently occupied by
the late Col. Roulhac.
November 1. 156.
KEMP P. BATTLE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fatltteville St., Raleigh, X. C.
Will attend the Courts of W ike and Franklin, and the
Terms of the Supreme and e jral Courts.
July 1, 1856. 66 tf.
J3? Register copy.
Barron C. Watson. Gaston Meares.
WATSON k MEARES,
GENERAL COMMMISSION MERCHANTS.
34 Bnrlius Slip,
FECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SALE OF Sou
Dec. IS, 185(5. 7 swtf.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fatetteville St., Raleigh, N. C.
Will promptly attend to any business intrusted to him
m the United States and State Courts; and with the Ex
ecutive or ot her departments of the State Government.
July l, 66 tf.
SIDNEY A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend regularly the Courts of Pleas Sz Quarter Ses
sions or wake, Jobnston, Cumberland and Harnett.
Smithtield. Feb. 20. 1S36. 23 tf.
WILLIS L. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office, east side Main Stmt, 2o. 16.)
"IV ILL PRACTICE IN THE SEVERAL COURTS
w w of Shelby, Tipton, and Fayette. All business en
trusted to his care will receive prompt attention.
I?T" Special attention given to collection of claims.
February 24, 1857. 27 swly.
T. A. Mitchell. J. R. Wuitakeb.
MITCHELL & WHITAKER,
Raleigh, N. C,
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
KEPT constantly on hsnd, the best Family Flour, Ba
con. Lard, Butter, Eggs, Sugar and Coffee, Molasses,
sua all kinds of Groceries.
All orders promptly attended to.
April 17, 157. 42 swly.
JAMES H. STRUM,
General Agent and Collector,
OXFORD, N. C.
Joseph H. Gooch, Granville' Co.,' N. C: Hon. A. W. Ven
v .: B"'nsville. N. C; R. N. & D. C. Herndon, Oxford,
A- Young, Petersburg, Va.
j-ebruary 14,1657. 24 swly.
DR. J. A. GEOGHEGAN,
late of clabksvili.e, ta ,
Has Located in Franklinton, N. C.
March 3, 1857. 20 swly.
W. J. Houston-. W. A. Allen.
HOUSTON & ALLEN,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law.
Kenansville, N. C.
Y17ILL ATTEND THE COUNTY AND SUPERIOR
t;M Y,urls Duplin, New Hanover and adjoining Coun-
nd lso the Courts of Wake,
-?-ii857- 39 swly.
B. R. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W SALISBURY, N. C.
IIX PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF ROWAN
A. ia?7 aaJ"lniDg Counties. Collections piomptly made.
Jlr v 44-iwtf.
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOOD,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
nr... HALEIGH, X. C,
Joi.n,? . nf ClounlJr and Superior Courts of Wake,
ovLrnH d Chatn"; the Superior Courts of New Han
and SW. P0n,.and,neTe"ns'f e Federal Courts,
mTfZ CT f Nh-Carolina at Raleigh.
B. Uaywd, Jr. mer,y ccuPied bJ the Will.
RuLiinU M an in. to
wgU, iimj Z3 iou. g2.
JAMES B. AVE RETT
Attorney at Law.
NEWBERN, NORTH CAROLINA.
- Works on Gardening, Ac.
.PfCAPE GARDENING ; OR, PARKS
M-M and Pleasure Grounds. With practical notes on
country residences, villas, public parks and gardens. By
lliarJes H. J. Smith. '
The Amei ican Poulterer's Companion. With 120 illus
trations. By C. N. Bement.
Schenck's Gardener's Text Book.
Downing's Fruit and Fruit Trees of America
Uixoii A Kerr's Domestic and Ornamental Poullrv.
Aew American Orchardist. By Win. Keinick. '
lhe American Faimer. By Blake
American Fruit Culturist. By J. j. Thomas.
1 he American Farm Book. . By Allen.
r amily Kitchen Gardener. By Buit
rfaM&SSS ,be value 0iM ttnd pnd8
Lander'8 Dictionar f Gardening. 'Edited by David
Downing's Country Houses.
Th?'vrnwoLa'ids?,pe Grdeninff Rural Architect.
For sale bv
i . i . . N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, February 23, 18."7. 27
JOHN H. DeCARTERET & SON.
RALEIGH, N. C.
4 RE STILL CARRYING ON THE BOOK BINDING
t bnsiiiess m all its bnmches at the old stand over
" Turner's N. C. Bookstore."
Their iiirrpnsi5 rmii;ti.w n.:n i ...
--- - .. ... cuuuie iiifin in execute ine
binding,,! Periodicals Newspapers, Music, Ac. with pron.p
ness and dispatch, at New York prices.
reel ums n i l hi t ...... .....i . i . . . .
k..-i, ,7-.i . j I . '." ucsireu, ooxeaana sent
back without delay. Address
JJNU. U. DeCARTERET & SON,
April 25, ,856. ""JtS
.T1TJ-r,,Nor,,h Caro'i" State Bonds.
kJORTll CAROLINA STATE BOND , fclooo and 50rt
S Cllll hp ollt:lin..t fn.m 1.,I. l-l f i ...
A. , " - i..o.?ivi t'uiiuer. hihi is iue au-
ilior:ztil !i.r(.iir. nt thw f.it.t!.ttti. i:. ...i.. . r i j . .,
I'.t.- . i i I i-i i"c.-.uicoi -onus in ine
.n i lxaieigh. Ihese bonds are not Xas some have snp
posea) Kailioadb.ir.ds, but bonds issued bv the State of
Aon i-Ciivi.!n;u for the benefit of the Atlantic and North
tarolma Ruilioad Company.
JOHN I). WniTFORD,
President Atlantic ana N. C. R. R.
January 20, 1S57. 20 swtf.
ASTWELL'S JUSTICE-TnE NORTH CARO
J.1N A MAG!TRATK. This is an improvement upon
and designed to take the place of Swaims Justice. Price
$3 oo postage 3(5 cents. For sale bv
W. L. POMEROY.
August 2'J, 1S56.
Yalnable Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE A
tract of superior land, coi.taining about 2-Vj acres, sit
uate on both sides of Big Lick Creek, on the Hillsboro'and
Fish Dam Road. There is no better land than this in the
Siate, for the growth of Corn, Wheat. Cotton and Tobacco.
There is on said laud a good two-storv dwelling, with seven
rooms, and the necessary outhouses attached. Those wish
ing to purchase had better call soon or thev will lose a bar
'? CHESLEY JONES.
Nov. 21,185(5. 1 swtfpdlins.
WM. H. WIL.L.IAMS & CO,
Fashionable Merchant Tailors,
AND DEALEI1S IX
SUPERIOR READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Gents Furnishing (J'XkJs, rfv.,
HAVE NOW A LARGE AND UNUSUALLY AT
tractive stock of goods, consisting of a choice selec
tion of Materials, which will be made up iu the most taslv
manner, when ordered.
AiSi, Ready-Made Clothing of our Newark Manufacture,
the make and style of which we warrent to compare with
the best custom work.
Being thus well prepared in both branches, we feel sure
that we cai: furnish auy demand that can be made in onr
llne- W. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
PATENT ENAMELED COLLARS-NEW STYLE.
The Enameled Collar surpasses everv other style in
point of neatness, comfort and economy.
Being cut and shaped upon scientific principles, thev can
not til otherwise than with beauty and ease. Being highly
polished, they will not hold dust as does the linen collar
but will keep clean and retain their shape. '
This advantage, with the loir prkf, t less than that of
washing the ordinary collar.) renders them far cheaper than
any other style made No one who designs traveling should
be without a full supply,
lii.ooo just received."
Having the sole agency, will make deductions for dealers.
W H. WILLIAMS CO.
WE AKK NOW IN FULL OPERATION WITH
'his branch of the business, and Mr Sherwood is
giving the best satisfaction to all as Cutter.
A large invoice of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestingsiust
We receive monthly reports of Paris and New York
Fashions. W. 11. WILLIAMS & CO.
OPENED THIS MORNING, NEW STYLE SINGLE
Breasted Yests, with tabs, the best style of Summer
Vist out. W. U. WILLIAMS & CO.
June 5, 1857. 5(5 swtf.
N. C. Six Per Cent. State Bonds.
Tkkascry Department, N. C, I
June 4, ls.'.T f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
3at this office until lo o'clock, A.M., 6th of July next,
for the purchase of the following State Bonds, issued bv the
State of North-Carolina, to wit : $2G7,"00 under act for con
struction of Atlantic and North-Carolina Railroad, running
, thirty years from 1st July, 1S57.
The above Bonds will have coupons for interest at six
per cent pwannum attached, payable 1st January and July.
The principal and interest will be payable at the Bank of
the Republic, New York, unless where "the party prefers to
have them payable at the Treasury of the State
Successful bidders upon being informed of the accep
tance of their bids, can depusite the amount of their bids,
including the accrued interest, to the credit of the under
signed in the Bank aforesaid, or in the Bank of the State
or Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh.
Parties bidding will please address their letters endorsed
" Proposals for N. C. Stocks," to the undersigned at Ral
eigh, N. C.
The bids will be opened in the Dresence of the Gnvmnr
Secretary aud Comptroller of State, and the President ot
the BanK ot toe State. U. W. COURTS,
Bank of the State of North-Carolina.
A DIVIDEND OF FIVE AND A QUARTKR PER
cent, on the Capital Stock of this Bam:, has been de
clared, out of the profits for the last six months, payable to
the Stockholders, (less the tax of twenty-five cents "on each
individual share,) at the Principal Bank, on the 1st Monday
in July next, and at the Branches fifteen days thereafter.
A dividend of five per cent, (on the Capital Stock,) has
also been declared out of the " surplus profits." payable to
the Stockholders at the Principal Bank and Blanches, as
above stated. C. DEWEY, Casher.
Raleigh, June 5, 1857. 56 tlmj.
Household Edition of the Waverly Novels.
TTOW PUBLISHING A BEAUTIFUL HOUSEHOLD
11 Edition of the Waverly Novels, in forty-eight ltimo
volumes, of portable size, combining the advantages of a
clear, readable type, and uniformity with other standard
English authors." The work will be illustrated with steel
Elates, newly engraved in the best manner, after paintings
y the most eminent artists of Europe, and will contain all
the latest corrections of the author, with some curious ad
ditions, especially in "Guy Mannering," and the "Bride of
It is the intention of the Publishers to issue two volumes
every month, until the whole series is complete. The price
will be 75 cents per volume.
Six volumes already published. For sale bv
H. D. "TURNER.
Raleigh, June 5, 1857. .. 66
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR
SALE. -The subscriber offers lor sale his house and
lot, situated iu the Northern part of the City, adjoining the
Rulatcrh Jk ftflstnn Denot. The lot contains fc 1111 iiftrna nnil
is under good fence, the house and all out buildings being
in good repair. In the subscribe: 's absence, Mr. J. Deve
reux will take pleasure in showing the property to auy one
who may desire to purchase.
The subscriber will also sell the lot North of the Rectory
and just out of the town limits. This lot contains seven
teen acres of highly improved land, and offers gre :t induce
ments to any enterprising man for the establishment of a
For terms of sale, which will be moderate, and any rea
sonable time given, apply to the subscriber, or in -bis ab
sence, to Mr. J. Devereux.
THOMAS P. DEVEREUX.
June 5, 1857. 56 sw3m.
tSf Register copy.
RALEIGH, N. C. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1857.
IiArSSS T?pKIWG TRADE, WHOLE-
..:-.. j. 'r.. "u .1TAIL. We resnectfullv inform mir
.Jriii". P0LC that we have in store a far and mst
i?.6' h'ch wI sell as low as anv othr .t-Mit..l
evr 1 for less price than thev can he had
T iT? senses 01 travelling, freight. Ac. considered.
,. i ' r"" imnuK
Vr.,!!!!reses havi.n" been made from the Impor-
the ndvimfnT Tr , . le casc or pacKage, and
Tanner "StX,?' Leather Wrlr from our own
lannery, places it in our power to sell Goods as nhow tf-
..-.a ...tti i!iiiiiiNrriiTn"1- t. .i i i ,
Zli- : " 1 ,u lo DnT cannot lose bv giving our stock
I tlrlSA ntkn Z . 1 a . .
bothXna,nVnati?D' We ,bcWe 8ha"'e MS to please;
both as to price and am HoW .ITr
re we shall be able to please,
Below we enumerate some ot
the leading artielna ri.
f Cn' Calf Skins (this maker bad the
f Yo-rV1 IO mm at tne World's Fair held in
j 1001 )
40 dozen French Skins, best quality,
' " American Calf Skins,
tot ve Si?f Ur onn m""fture, warranted
toSInthm It x ,oaDd!!ian-v other nrticIes to' numerous
fhririwp? ' " 21' 01d street' PPsite B- P- Harrison's
V R - T.r , . , r. A. & R. H. FORD.
IW,t TH.Mi ePa7 the highest price in cash for Green and
t ,i ",'"ve"-,a us at our Store.
juay o, 1852. t
9 LANK LAND DEEDS, OF THE LATEST AND
ndard'oflTce k""' P"nted' aud ,or 8ale at the
bhmki W"tS' SubPoenas' Warrants, atd a variety of other
Aug. 25, 1S55.
EW BOOKS KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
History of Texas.Ttv V,.,,L-,.m
wm o w?, ''Uhe. Shattemuck.-By the author of the
Tuckernmn's Essays. Bv H. T. Tuckerman.
Jjiterary Criticisms. Bv Horace Bi
ntoStTJ"" Withu,hw P'3.-ByWrace
The Bible in the Woodshop. By Mears
Autumnal Leaves. Bv L. Maria Child.
Aiir,n-ali Leigh a New Poem -By Miss Browning.
The rorum By David Paul Brown.
"rsa,e by W. L. P0MER0V.
RALEIGH PAPER MILLS.
r-w an otLl V ZULU AT THE RAILROAD STA
M. t.otis or at mv warehouse in Raleigh, or thev will be
taken from the different stores in the State. Merchants
u u. no uunug rags wni please advise me when thev
have a quantity ou hand, or will send them to their nearest
Railroad station, as I can still ..fiord to pav the highest
nrirct in rcish.iin ftolivof r.. ... . '. :-. , . .
..iti. i l u ir . J ,""""" orai uanroaa station,
either in bank bills, checks or Northern funds.
iteierenws-Lashiers of onr Banks in Raleigh, and the
i v.j-" ..v.iu-uuiupiuii aim irginia Jiercliants.
v- C W. BENEDICT.
v. d. vonsianuy on iianit paper suitable lor Cotton
l ac.uurauuu newspaper wrappers. Cotton waste wanted.
Raleigh, March 17, 1857. " "!!;
i"sooro Recorder, Winston Sentinel, Salisbury
H:inntr II. mill.. .V B ui: .1 . .""'J
i- . . ' "i-'"""L.U1. uoiusooro irioune,
ruVfttfl-ltln f1I.r.ttiiii..tt TV: ' 1-1 , , ...
. .................. ...i.n.f;,.,,! eeKiy.iournai, War-
.M- uern union, and Kuiston Advocate, each
t'l mi- u(v nil,. 1 - 111 .......
.-iV .....u.uo uiiu lomaru onis 10 meat nuleigu.
.1 Roe, author of I've been Thinking; To Love and' be
rw.cn uouns. iiii'. m ak ruii n. iv a u
LENA RIVERS by Mrs. Mary J. Holmes, author of
THE ARCTIC EXPLORATION and Discoveries during
the Nineteenth Century; being detailed accountsof the Ex
peditions conducted by Ross, Parrv, Back, Franklin, Mc-
viuir, aim me unnneu ana Aane Expedition : bv Samuel
AUTUMNAL LEAVES; being Tales and Sketches, iu
prose and verse ; by L. Maria Child.
Tills AMERICAN CITIZEN ; by Bishop Hopkins. At
REV. C. B. TAYLER'S WORKS, IN NINE
umes, 12 mo. Each volume sold separate.
Mark Wilton; or the Merchant's Clerk.
earnestness; or Incidents in the Life of an English
Iady Mary; or Not of the World.
Margaret ; or The Pearl.
Records of a Good Man's Life.
Senes in a Clergyman's l.ifi"
Thankfulness; or Passages from the Diary of the Rer.
Angel's Song. A Christmas Token.
Christmas at Old Court.
For sale by H. D. TURNER.
Ra'eigh, April 14, 1857. 40 sw.
DR. CLOPTON'S INFIRMARY.
R. JAS. CLOPTON, WHO HAS VISITED RA
' leisn. and all the Tirinriiml tun-nc ; r-.,..i;.... r
eral .years, practicincr his nroti'ssii.n h.n i.fr.i ....,'.i.. i
iaA ..1 I-I..I.IC....II., 1 l 1 . .
.v... ... .......0, A.uuiiuia, wuere nc is prepared to treat,
moil sueerrull, the following diseases, to-wit: Asthma,
iiru.-c 01 iue inroai, ncnuuia, Ulandiilar Swellings Tu
mors, Scrofulous Cancers. Ulcers 1111 lilt! flip.. ..nil nil A't-
eases of the skin, eyes, 4c, arising from an impure state of
Testimonials of the highest character can be given from
the most respectable families of Carolina. '
All communications must contain a three cent stamp to
ItMV iVtt ihn rut iipi. Inttn
Nov. 5, lS5!i. 4 swtf.
S. BABCOCK, Dentist,
Office octr I). C. Murray's Store, nearly opposite the P. 0,)
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITI-
W W ZENS of Raleigh and vicinity that he has opened
an office at the above-named place, where he- will be pre
pared at all times to perform all operations pertaining to
1 entistry in a satisfactory manner at reasonable charges.
Particular attention given to filling and preserving the nat
ural leein. Also, io ine regulation ot children s teeth.
Artificial teeth inserted on gold or platini plates, singly
v. pi.in, turn Biuubmi uuu UOUUUUOUS gUUlS, IU CilSe
Nov 13, 1856. iq3
THE COLOR TYPE,
A New and Beautiful Style of Picture.
CALL AT COPELAND'S NEW GALLERY IN THE
upper part of the Post Office building, and see the
Viuor lype manittd in oil colois,) and say if you have
n uuj luuig w Kurpass it, in iue wayoi a "sun pic
Sky-light, splendid cameras, neat and comfortable rooms,
uuc iiivtures, low prices.
So come along without delay,
And get a picture with the pay.
h. Mr. Coneland continues to take llinprrivn.
and Ambrotypes, and paint portraits upon the most mod-
iiiie Lerius posaioie.
Raleieh, October 1. 1856. 1 i.Ti
Z3T Signal, Register and Biblical Recorder copy till 1st
ESTATE OF .lORTH-CAROLINA NORTH-
Ii3 umpton County. Court of Pleas and Oiiarlc-rSis!iioiw
June Term. 1857. W. W. Peebles, assignee of John White-
neau, vs. ui. t . a. v niteneaa. Attachment levied on
land and negroes.
In this case it is ordered by the Court that advertisement,
for the space of six weeks, be made in the Raleigh Stand
ard, a newspaper published in the city of Raleigh, for the
defendant to appear at the next term of this Court, to Ije
held at. the Court House in the town of Jackson, on the
first Monday in September next, and replevy the property
up.'u, uuu j;..v iu iue f.u.iibiu. a UUilUll, Or JllUg-
ment final will be rendered acainst him for the nluiinitf '
debt, and property levied on, condemned and sold to satis
fy me plamtitt a demand.
Witness, John E. Rogers, Clerk of said Court, at office in
dacKson, me in si iuouuuy 01 .nine, IS.".
JOHN E. ROGERS, C. C. C.
June 23, 1857. llo wBw.
5 TATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA. NO RTH-
ampton County. Court of Pleas aud Quarter Sessions,
June Term, 1W7.W. W.Peebles, assignee of Peter Ed-
warns, vs. ir. n . ti. it nueneaa. Aiiacument levied on
land and negroes.
In this case, it is ordered by the C urt that advertise
ment be made for the space of six weeks, in the Raleich
Standard, a newspaper published in the city of Raleigh, fur
iue ueieuuiui. io nppeur hi ine next term or Wis Uourt, to
be held at the Court House in the town of Jackson, on the
fii st Monday in September next, and replevy the property
levied upon, and plead to the plaintiff's action, or judgment
final will be rendered against him. for the plaintiff's debt,
and the property levied on condemned and sold to satisfy
the plaintiff 8 demand.
Witness: John E. Rogers, Clerk of said Court, at office
in Jackson, the first Monday in June, 185'.
JOHN E. ROGERS, C. C. C.
June 23, 1857. lltfO w6w.
THE TRUSTEES OF THE TARB0R0' ACADEMIES
wib to employ a gentleman and his wife to take
charge of the Literary aud Musical Departments of the
Female Academy. Unquestionable testimonials of compe
tency required. Address
JNO. 8. DANCT, President Board.
June 20, 1857. 60 sw6wv
firS?0?0111 MUTUAL LIFE IN-
WSURA1SCE AND TRUST COMPANY. This Com
pany offers inducements to those wishing to effect Insur
ances for life, rarely presented by similar institutions.
lhose who take Policies of Insurance for Life, and those
only, are Members of the Company entitled to such profits
as may be realized from an accumulated Premium Fund,
and from the large amount of Denosits in the Trust r-
To ed Company, which are kept astively em.
11'.CiieSif Insurance issued on the applicants' own life,
. .oe ii.es ui siaves, ior a rear, or term of Tears, at a
moderate rate of premium.
Deposits of money iwmViul in llu Tm.t lw.rinui
the operation of which is that of a Saving' BanhmA the
depositors allowed intnreat nt th. ratu r.r 9 .v.. nu.
u..u, on, nuie not exceeding lour months ; 4 per cent,
over four and not exceeding six months: and 5 per cent,
for any time over six nw.ntha r
annum fV.w nn 4: . 1. . 1
Pamphlets containing full and particular information
. , D. P. WEIR, See. & Trea.
Greensborongh, y. C. September 1, 1854. 87 Iy.
i-visiiu CODE, PRICE 4 00. POSTAGE
Wlien sent DV mail 4n l-PnlS h'nr on In hn
W. L. POMEROY.
Also, tne lvevised Code inferlpnyed. A
in ill. a fiifiri ian..n; d-e -r if J
L. P. keeilS nlsn rnn!tnntlv in hnnt Tinae' Tit
0 i "cutu on r.j.ecniors. nna JLaw iSuoks gen
erally, particnlarly those required to be read for County
January 17, 1856.
N. C. MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTH CAR
Olma Mutual Tnsiiralll rVimmini- tiuM .in k ml.
... r , . . I V ' uw.u UU I1V- 111 II
inst. ttie following persons nere elected Directors and Offi-
tciB iui iue ensuing year:
Henry D. Turner, Raleigh.
J. R. Williams, do.
T. H. Selby, do.
C. W. D. flutchings, do.
Kemp P. Battle, do.
George Little, do.
James M. Towles. do.
James E. Hoyt, Washington
Alex. Mitchell, Newbern.
Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington
John M. Jones, Edenton.
W. W. Griffin, Elizabeth City.
F. F. Fagan, Plymouth.
J. W. Harrell, Mnrfreesboro.
H. B. Williams, Charlotte.
Geo A. Smith, Milton.
O. F. Long, Uillsboro.
Joseph White, Anson County.
Josh. Boner, Salem,
A T. Summv. Asheville.
-p P'CEKS OF THE COMPAN i .
T. H. Selby. Prescient.
H. D. Turner, Vice President.
John H. Brvan, Attorney.
k nH2m!!en S- S.,mth txdtaryand Treasurer.
I. Jl. helby, extipicio. I
n ' w U, i,li!,,"-,s' f Envuti Committee.
t. H . 1). Hutchinffs. I
inis umpanv has been in u.e.l -..:
... - ..v!,..jhii ..uciaiiuii l CI IV
i-ensKs upon all classes of pro-
i ti 1 ' v oicaiii Jims ano iiirpentine Uis-
tillenes.) upon favorable terms. Ii P,.linio n- .
pniperty amounting to $4,837,645, a large portion of which
is in country risks : and it n.on o
ll.tniliwl ti.;.....j nT.ii . -1" vr,.. .s u,e, seven
" -- oimrs, m oouds, pniperly secured,
lhe average cost ofIusuiin- .t....r. ttu l. f.i.:.
pany has been less than one third of one per cent, per an
nnm. on all milns nf i.r.. j ! .. . rr
- i-"i'cii cuiuiiixu iu us operations.
All communications m Mbrunm i i, ... ii u i
oUi....,.,! , ... . , v ...... .w u.wimiwbuuiuu BV
uuu.voocu 11. mc oLx-resary, post paid.
AM DEN S. SM TH. Seo'y.
Raleigh, Jan. 20, 1857.
CALL ON H. L. EVANS.
11 uas J UST RETURNED FROM
W W no
sort men t
ty, and i
and adjoining counties, as to render"it unnecessary to speak
fltD-ntlltntti-iir.tii.il P..II .J S v
o U...UW..UU. van auu euuiuiue ior yourselves.
BOOTS AND SHOES A P.REIT vicippv
M9 BiHits, Slioes, ConcTess Gaiters. Patent Leathnr fnr
gentlemen. Black and Fancy Gaiters, Kid S ippe s and
Ai, ij iuorocco liootees, lor Ladies, Misses, and
uu.iuiru. H. I. I..VAK.U
March 27, 1857. 36 swtf!
r . -- - - ' ..... rvuu
Hook; conlainiui' all the most twnriil P,.r-r..o u.l,;..!.
I'UIt.Tl KfJItil. IU K X RTH.f!lRm IV! I'IDH
nir m uusiness iraasactions between man and man. as well
. . n t - ... . . ... u.a n uivu IPV
as in wiicial stations; together with the Constitution of
riorui-nroiiiia, ano ot ine United States; the act fixing the
fees of Clerks, Sheriffs, Ac. Calculated tor the use of the
V.IUZU11S i norin-aronna, and made conformable to law.
compiled oy a member ot the North-Carolina Bar. Price
" ror sine Dy a. 1). TURNER.
H. D. T. will send the above work bv mail, nnst-irro fi-uu
ii...... ti... : . i. ' b",,vi
ivaieign, April 14, 1B57. 40 sw.
vainanie tana lor Sale in Carteret rnnnt.
Aorm-caroiina, near Beaufort.
miII BE SOLD AT AUGUST COURT NEXT, IN
WW the town of Beaufort, a valuable tract of land ly
ing in Carteret county, ten miles from Hwnifi .rf nn thu Vmw.
oeru roan, on v;ore creeK, and about eight miles from Caro-
iii.il uj ivaier. ine laud nas on it a good house with
six rooms, and all necessary outhouses all nearly new.
There are three acres of old land under fence, and about
twenty-four of new, and thirty ditched. The track contains
three hundred and twenty acres. Prof. Emir.on's Report
shows that laud like this of mine is the most valuable of any
L-i,ll .1. n..i.n J
I ersons wishing to purchase, can address me at Charlps-
lon, r. c, ana tnose wno wish to see the land ran d si. hir
v.......s uu jni. iuiu 1icm.tsoii, woo lives near u, aud will
show it to them.
i..li;n .... M ll....:J t:i ..i I. .. .
There is a fine place on it for a hriek vnrd. th .W K.;.,
excellent for the oniDose.
The purchaser, if it is wished. Cftn mtrnfinfui tttnulr dnrl nil
Willi tne laud. 1 here is a food ran ire for ratlin P.uuu.-
siou win oe given at any tune.
Charleston, S. C, 9th Feb., 1857. 26 swtf.
MT ORTII-CAROLINA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, BY
i.M Prof. Emmons, beinir the Rennrt of h tiu..l..;,i
Survey of t he M idland Count ies. Price $3. Postage when
ktuv uj it at vcuis. cur baic UJT
u , W- POMEROY.
March 27 1857. o
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
ARB FORWABDING DAILT VIA
RAILROAD AND STEAMER ROUTES,
FROM ALL THE NORTHERN ClTIRa.
Obstruction of any Mature whatever.
BOSTON, NEW YORK,
AND ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Or THE NORTH, AT
MAIL SPEED I
AND AT THE USUAL n a t w s .
For further information, innnire of ih nnil.nin.ui t
No. 51i, Fayetteville street. '
, . . u WM. WHITE, Jr.. Agent.
Raleigh, February 24, 1857. 27 swtf.
BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED, WORTH READ
ing. Literary Ciiticism, by Horace Binnev Wallace.
Art Scenery in Eurone. and nthpr Pnnera 'htr u,,
Violet; or the Cross and the Crown ; by Miss Mcintosh.
Aurora Leigh ; a Poem, by Elizabeth Barret Browning.
Chesterfield's Letters to his Son : new edition.
John Halifax, Gentleman. At
LEND YOU A PIANO.
1SHING TO CONVINCE PURCHASERS OF
vhat we have known' ourselves for Twenty mm
pnst, to wit : .
That our Piano Fortes are really desirable, (good and cheap)
we feel perfectly williner not only to send (hm nn Ti. 1
persons wishing to purchase, but also to Lend them for a
given time, to those who may prefer taking them in that
way, in order that they mar test what hurA uiH nf thai.
quality. - -
Jo one wishing to purchase can doubt the prudence of
this course, so far as they are concerned, or th llhunllt. .r
it so far aa we are concerned.
E. P. NASH. Pntprohnr V.
June 20, 1857. . 60
BUSHELS OF GALE WHEAT. THE EAR
liest and therefore best yarietv nf nth i to .i,ui
2 ; per bushel, delivered in sacks of 2 bushels, at Morris
ville. A necrro cirl and her child, thnne . .
purchaser for his own use. A first rate Jack and Jenny.
Suffolk hogs of the best breed, and crosses of the Suffolk
and Berkshire. a. RPNrnER
ruonoro , june 3U, iao7.
Northern and feioathern Intelligence.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AFTER RETURNING
tbanks to his friends and the public in general, for the
very liberal patronage hitherto extended to him, and a re
newed assurance on bis part by strict attention to business,
and a determination to please, to merit a continuance of the
same, respectfully informs them he has just returned from
the Northern Cities, and is now receiving his Spring and
uuuiuici supplies, seieciea wiin great care ana attention
fmm 1 1. .. 1 1 . . . 1
mtwtu .nc laicev luipuruiuons.
He has in store a large and varied assortment of French,
English and American Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings of all
wiui o auu bi y ICS.
GENTS FURNISH TWO- flnOTIR
Stocks, Napoleon Ties, Cravats, Glove?. Collars, Byron,
standiii?nd garrote, Dress Shirts, French Emb'd Bosoms.
r ano drawers, ot Silk, Linen, Gauze and Jeans :
in Aflnitinn ti. u.l,;l. I : . .
nuniu, li is receiving a large assortment ol
READY MADE CLOTHING.
coin ot nis own and Northern manufacture, which being
mnfln linttui hi. nutn - : ... . e
ST .i " . ""P-rviMuu auu oireciion, ne can con
fidently recommend. He most respectfully solicits an ex
amination of his goods, and makes no charge for exhibiting
them arry or all of which, he would be pleased to dispose
nf on in a rrw iooem..kl. r i0"
fTT vicnmauic i-CI IMS.
To cash buyers, he offers a deduction of 10 per cent, for
all accounts as hieh as 20 dollars. v
'l!'" cl"8ed semiannually first of January and July.
Cnltino and rnn;r nt uin. ;:. j j- ' . v"
. r . s - . . . " aaa uispaicn.
The latest Foreign and American Fashions just receiy d
a -t. .o- Merchant Tailor.
April 17. J8o7. 42-swtf.
PIin-m,D a Trr MELAINOTYPES,
Taken at HAVENS' fJAI.r.F.RV n ... jn. j
wards. ' ' "uu "V
gh' April 24 T857- 44-awlj.
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE. TWO BOX
cs of Jenkins' Green and Black Tea with finu w i
Sugar and Coffee, together with many other Family Gro-
Raleigh, March 10, 1857. 81 swtf.
.1 I lrh1DDli,l T
H. A. DEPKIN,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Next noon below ths Post Office. Raleigh. N. C.
-ETEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND MANU-
j-lw. oicinres to order, all kinds of boots and shoes. He
" JU3I I tTUfl VIU a I a TCP RIlW-U .If nintiiriola n.A le . J
to fill orders at short notice. Also a variety of hoots, shoes.
f.y.-, in, muira uuu geniierocn, ot the latest and
most fashionable styles.' f'.-ill unit u.n.:n .: ...i. j
.' " " "...uciuni citv superior.
ir? uirpun nig uonu wun neatness and despatch.
1 ebms. cash ; or six months credit to punctual dealers.
April 24, 157. 44-swtf.
USl MimtSlYKU AND FR S4T.W IT uv
F Grocery Store on the north side of market square, a
.. -,.,.... ,c ,, ixuiusses, oava ana Kio coffee.
Crush, Powdered and Coffee Snr nf H;ffV.TOn.
Sronnd and Grain Pepper, Allspice, Cooking Soda, Cheese,
nun, rperm ana Adamantine Candles, Soap, Segars, Smo-
Kiog aim viewing rooacco, Sole and Upper Leather, and
many other articles usually kept in a Grocery, all of which
win pe sold as low as they can be bought in the City of
v.ui-.Ku. ur nioes ana an Kinds ot country produce will
be taken in exchamre for Gnnda. at tho (.ii
and examine fur yourselves.
t. u ,a J- J- FERRELL.
December 30, 1856. 12 tf.
T AND FOR SALE. I OFFER FOR SALEMY
Mason Hall plantation in Orange, near the Alamance
line, nn the N. C. Railroad, nnn-nnd-a hnlfmiiu. .,.-!. ....
V u...0 UV). lllUUOh
et Mebane s station. Said plantation is situated in a healthy
neighborhood, is well watered, and has mmit ntra nf sntuMn.
or quality upon it, a good dwelling house and all necessary
outhouses, and a good proportion of timbered land, and
contains about 400 acres. Terms will be made easy to suit
the purchaser. For further information apply to Giles He
bane, Esq., Mason Hall, Alamance.
r. , MARY F.BOND.
February, 9 1857 28 tf
Opposite the Masonic Lodse.
MAY BE FOUND COFFEE, SUGAR, ADMANTINE
and Tallow Candles. Nails nf nil Kiw fnr
- 1 - u.www VUU1UIUU
use, Crockery and tin ware, of all'sizes and shapes, snuff and
Tobacco and Cigars, Men! and Flour, Corn and Peas, and
Shoes, and a small assortment of Dry Goods, and Candies,
and many other things commonly fonnd in fl DTnitanri a II
of which will be sold Cheap for cash or Country Produce
for which the highest market prices will be paid. '
. .., , W. W. WOODEL.
April 23, L856. 45
THE WEEKLY STAR,
IS mE WASHINGTON CITY NEWSPAPER FOR
persons at a distance to Ink. Tt
liability concerning Washington affiiiiM. and with
to other matters of which information centres at Washing
ton. hn APOIlPtwt fur TKn niilr fitw.u : : t ..
m. r.r . . J ." .J' uii UIIIUCU9C UirVUIHllOII
The Weekly is mailed (addressed to each person) at 1 per
annum. Subserintions naid in advance.
Politically. The Star is "Southern Rights.,'
Address W. D. WALLACH, Publisher, Washington City.
Nov. 22. 1856. 10t tt
IWTACHINES, ENGINES, Ac HAVING RE
llM. ceived an Agency frcm one of the largest establish
ments in the United States, I am prepared to contract for
Machinery of all kinds, and of the most nerfiw ihntu.
on the most favorable terms for cash or good paper.
Among many things, I enumerate Locomotives, with an
improved valve arrangement, giving the best results.
Stationary Engines from 2 to 500 horse power, arranged to
suit lhe purposes for which they are needed, and guarantied
io (five suiisiacnon.
Portable Engines from 2 to 16 horse power, adapted to
tbe use of Farmers, Printing Offices, Hoisting, Ac.
Power Presses of a new. simnln Hnnhlu nH rui;.
character, and very rapid work.
Shop Fittings, Power Planers, Boring and Morticing Ma
chines. Cotton and Flour Mills, unri inrWri nil l-intl. it..
chiuerv. SAMT. H Pnr.
, Petersburg, Va.
February 18, 1856. 25 swly.
BOOKS FOR MAY "
HE OLIVE-BRANCH, OR WHITE OAK FARM.
Things not generally known : A nomtl&r
ot facts not readily accessible in Literature, History and
Science; edited by David A. Wells.
ocauoai ; Dy Mrs. J. T. liicktord.
Illinois as it is. its History. Geocranhy. Statistic T..w.
Ac, with a Prairie map, a Geographical map, a Population
map, and other illustrations : bv Fred. fiprhpH
Biographical and Historical Sketches: by T. Babington
testimony of the Rocks ; by Hugh Miller.
America and Europe; by Adam G. DeGurowski.
The World's Own; by Julia W. Howe.
Hooper's Western Fruit Book, with colored plates.
Hawk's History of North-Carolina, vol. 1st.
For Sale by H. D. TURNER,
, r(, N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, May 18, 1857. gi
Austen's Patent Freezer.
A NEWLY INVENTED ARTICLE; WILL FREEZE
TWL Cream in six minutes. For sale at tbe
m -,o , N. C. BOOKSTORE.
Mayn8, 1857.- 61
THE NORTH.CAROLINA MAGISTRATE.
. . practical guide to the Laws of the State, and tho aZ
cisiuns of the Supreme Court, defining thoHntio. ..j :
diction of Justices of the Pm imHl, u.j
of 1854'-55, together with full instructions, and numerous
Jform and Precedent.
EDWARD CANTWELL, Esq., L.L B
One Vol. 8 VO.. COntnininor naavlv Aftn konnrni.
- r O j pWIh UBIIUOVUICI T
printed on good paper, and well bound. inLaw binding-.
J-rice, f3 50. Postage, 36 cents.
Thjs day published and for sale by
UENKX II. TURNER,
Raleigh, N.C., 1st 1856, rl
WANTED. A SUITABLE PERSON TO TAKE
charge of the Male Academy at Henderson, to com
mence the 1st Monday in July next. None need apply but
such as are Qualified to nrenare hnva to ut rn J x
further particulars, address 8
LUU1S H. KITTLE, Secretary.
June 2, 1857. T
.Bank of the State of Nortk-Carolina.
THE GENERAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOL.
DERS of this Rank will h kM .t D-u:
House in this C.ty on the first Monday of July next ,
As important matters wilt thn w
is desired0 f ,tockhplder' either in peor fiy proxy
i oe eeKiy star contains all news appearing in the Daily,
capita! Tales for the Fireside, Ac, Ac. Terms : The Dai ly,
f-S 6i per annum : The Weekly. 1.2S nernnnnm ToPlnn.
.. -4 C DEWEY, Cashier.
R1KAWAT PROM "hE&UCRIBER, 0V THB
. . .16tl o' December, 1852, a negra boy named Dennis.
v8 7 was about twenty-ona years of age when he left,
aod weighed about 140 or 150 pounds. He is dark oom
jMiSTw fh!yM?d- HRhtry bofr-Ieored, round
houlctored. leans forward when be walks, ana it very in
telligent. He has a acar on theinside Qf one tbigh, caused
by wound received in a fall fi-om a tree. I hare reason to
believe that be.hu been in the counties of Johnston, Har
nett, Cumberland and Bladen, and in tbe towns of Averaa
borp and. Fayettenlle, where he passed for a free man,
under the assumed names of Joseph Jacobs, John Q. Wil
liams and William Caldwell, and at times followed the
occupation of a ditcher. ; I ha vealso been informed that ho
left Raleigh in a buggy with an Irishman, probably under
a promise of being taken to a free State.
I will par a reward of $100 for Us apprehension and de
livery to me, or for his confinement in any iail so that I
get him, if taken within this State; 1200 if taken out of the
Bute : and also $100 for proof sufficient to convict any white
person with haying harbored him, whether in or out of this
May 5, 1857. . . 7 sw3m.
W Raleieh Resistor and Fayetteville Observer copy 1
month and send bill to advertiser. ' '
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILWAY..
Change of Schednle to connect with the North-
I .nrnlina Hailrnan.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE 16TH INST, THE
trains will Um and arriva at Ralnio-h (K. C R. R. ;
Depot) as follows:
Express No. 1, leave Raleigh at 5 o'clock, A. M.,"
rnve at weluon 11.2$, A. al. --
:, - Leave Weldon at 1, P. M.,
Arrive at Ralnitrli A. P. M
Express No. 2, leave Raleigh 5, P. M.,
Arnre at weldon 10, P. M.
- - Leave Weldon 11, P.M.,
Arrive at Raleigh 4, A. M.
Paaseneers eoinir North will reach Wftldnn atpp iliia lina
more than two hours ahead of the line via Goldiboro'.
BFeaklast and supper at Franklinton.
JAMES M. POOL,
T. Agent R. A G. R. R. Co.
March 17, 1857. , 83-
SP REWARD. RANA WAY Oy THE NIGHT
V9mt9 of tbe 11th inst.. my boy HARDY. The said
boy is about five feet ten inches high, is of a light copper
color, has straight black hair, his front uppe. teeth are
untnAurhut ..... 7 I : 1 I TT ' I 1 . I
wu.vv.uu. i'uc.i. auu utj IB ciair nufiatsu. xi.i on 1111 iruisu
will return him to me, or place him so that I can get him.
Wadesboro', April 21. 1857. 48 swtf.
New Book. ...
Volume one now ready. Price fl 25
Postage, when sent by mail, - 21
The sncceedintr yoliimoa' will Ka rnrniTiAi. na a Ann aa mill.
lished, at POMEROY'S.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH, AND WE ENCOURAGE
the practice of it by selling Well-made Clnthinir and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods at a great saving in prices.
Our stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
which we have made up expressly for this market, is pow
large and desirable, to which additions are being made by
the constant recention of new minds, and w nlmlim nnr.
selves to make it the interest of purchasers to buy of
SCHLOSS, BRO. A CO.
Raleigh, April 14, 1857. 40-sw8m.
WE also keen for sale a lartra asanrtmnnt nf Ttota Pn.,
Shoes, Boots and Gaiters.
TkRESS GOODS. BLACK AND FANCY SILKS,
Mjr Borage and Muslin Robes, Tamartine, Lawns, Mus
lins, Ginghams, Ac, just received at
a. l. evans .
MANTLES ! MANTLES I A GREAT VaRIE
ty of the newest styles out. Call and examine.
H. L. EVANS.
HATS I HATS 1 1 HATS ! 1 1 BEEBE'S M OLE
skin, Soft Cassimere, Hungariau, Panama, Rutland,
Dunstable. Webster. Coll Sunnett. Iechorn. Youns- Amer
ica, Old Fogy, ana Canada Straw Hats, at the cheap store
of H. L. EVANS.
AS I HAVE DETERMINED TO REMOVE SOUTH, I
now offer my valuable tract of land for sale, contain
ing four Hundred Acres, of which about one hundred and
fifty acres are in a fine state of cultivation. The balance is
well wooded and good arable land.
Said land has on it a first-rate dwelling- house, all ne
cessary out-houses, and a fine well of water in the yard, a
fine orchard of apples and peaches of every kind.s
Said land lies nine miles south-east of Raleiirh. between
the Wilmington and Newbern Roads, in one mile of Au
burn I will take ereat nleasure in allowing- said land to any
person who may wish to buy.
r. it. oiUKJJEYANT.
August 19, 1856. 79 tf
1857. SPRING TRADE. 1857.
STEVENSON & WEDDELL,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
uomesuc airy uooas,
Nos. 78 and 80, Stcamobs St., Petersburg, Va.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK
of Imported and Domestic Fabrics they have vpr
had. to which they invite the attnntinn nf tho Nnrth.Por.ili.
na and Virginia Merchants, with tbe assurance that they
can and will offer such inducements in Variety, Styles, and
Prices, as cannot fail to give entire satisfaction.
March 6, 1857. 80 swly.
A MANUAL FOR PRACTICAL SURVEY
ORS, containing methods necessary for Actual Field
Operations. By E. W. Beans. For sale by
- H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, March 17, 1857 83
FOR BEAUFORT AND PORTSMOUTH,
THE NEW, ELEGANT AND SWIFT GOING LOW
Of over 250 tons burthen, and fitted with all the modern
improvements conducive to comfort in traveling, wirh the
chief advantage of her great security as a SEA BOAT ;
will run the ensuing season between Washington, Ports
mouth and Beaufort, making her first trip on Wednesday.tbo
first day of July, leaving Washington at 6 A. M., and return
ing Ibe next day from Beaufort, touching at Portsmouth go
ing and returning.
And on and after Wednesday the 8th day of July, she
will commence running tbe following Regular So'-edule.
Leave Washington on Wednesday and Saturday room
ings, at 6 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every Monday and Thurs
day morning, at 8 o'clock.
Fare to Beaufort $4,00, Portsmouth t2,60 ; Fare from
Portsmouth to Beaufort $2,50. Meals Extra
No extra charge for landing passengers at either place.
. . W. E. DEMILL.
Washington, N. C, June 5, 1857.
This is a most desirable route to pleasure seekers and in
valids seeking benefit from the sea air, as the PAMPLICO
is a large, steady and very comfortable boat built express
y for the Sound navigation and makes the trip through by
Lay Light, affording travelers a fine opportunity from her
splendid promenade deck of viewing tbe Inlet at Ocracoke,
aud the Ocean, on her way to Beaufort.
June 9, 18.i7. 57 sw3m.
KEROSENE OILS, DISTILLED FROM COAL.
( N ot explosive. ) Secured by letter patent.
The diffeient grades of these celebrated Oils, suitable for
Machinery of all kinds, Binnacle and Family use, can be
had of the undersigned, also of tbe Wholesale Oil Dealers
and Druggists in the City of New York, and of the suthor
ized Local Agent of tbe Company in this place.
Geke&al Agents, Cebossnb Oil Co.,'
No. 60, ; leaver Street, N. Y.
t& Local Agencies granted on .plication as above.- '
Orders should specify the descriptii.ii of lamp or machinery
tor which the oil is wanted. .
Jnne S, 1857. 66 swly.
WAX NOTICE. TAX PAXiIRS IN THE CITY
-- of Raleigh are reminded that their taxes must be paid
by the 1st of August. No further indulgence can be given.
The Collector has no discretion in ths matter, and after tbe
1st of August, he will be compelled to advertise and sell
property sufficient to pay the taxes.
he left, a black frock-coat; also, ne had on a low crown .
wool hat with a broad ribbon on it. He will probably go
into South-Carolina, as he was last seen on the road to
Cheraw. I will oar the above reward to any person that
W- N- ANDREWS, Constable.
June 30, 1857. 63 8t.
t3F" Register copy.
UNITED BAPTIST INSTITUTE,
TATLOBSriLLB, N. C.
THE FOURTH SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION
will open on Wednesday, 8th July next. The Trus
tees can safely recommend the United Baptist Institute to
all young men wishing to acquire a thorough education as
its situation is both healthy and pleasant, and it has a Fac
ulty, for ability and aptness to teach, unsurpassed by any
similar Institution. For further particulars, add leas "
v Prof. J. EL FOOTS,
x ' TayloTsrille, N. C.
June 80, 1857. i as--4t.
FMA,&I57EACHER WAKTEIi-THE SUB
. ktuttbtts wishrto employ a lady to take charge of
the female department of Wake Male and Fema'e Acade
my. Salary $300 per annum. " Address the subscribers at
EL B. k W. EL WHITAKER. .
Jnne 87, 1857. . .. , . ;.:. , swtf.
Z3T Christian Adroeate please copy.- ' . :
.. M. LOYEJOY ACADEMY -THIS IN-
Stitution will be re-opened oa the 8th of July, 1851:.
v.- . . i. J. JL LOVEJOY. ,
JuJy8,1857. , ..V. . . 61t-w. .
65 tlU J.
Baleigh, Jane 1,1857.
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