THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CONGRESS.
I SHALL publish the Daily Globe and the Cox
(iKK.siiuiNAi, Gi.odi-; and Ai'PEXidX during the next
session oi Congress. The Daily Gloiik will contain
a report of the Debate in bulb branches of Congress
a taken down by reporters ei(.ial, at lewst, to any
corps oi short-hand nt-er.s in this, or in any other
country. When the debates of a day do not piake
more than foi-ty-fivc colutnuo, they shall appear in the
Daily Gi.ohk ol the next morning, which will contain
also, the news of the day, togi tln r with f-u h editorial
articles as may be sugg.-.-teu l.y passing events.
The Co.vuiiKssio.VAL (Jlohk ami Arruxmx will con
tain a report of all the Debaters in Congress, revised
by i he speakers, the .Messages of the President of the
United States, the Annual Reports of the Heads of the
Executive Departments, the Reports of Committees
of Congress on important subjects ol general interest,
the Laws passed during the session, and copious in
dexes to all. They will be printed on a double royal
sheet, in book form, royal quarto size, each number
containing sixteen pages, averaging 2.397 words per
page. The w hole will make between ITllC arid 2U')0
pages. ItM believed that no bouk has ever been pub
lished at so low a rate. Last year I advertised in the
Daily Glouk, for six months, and in about one hun
dred otht-r newspapers in the United States, a reward
of 2l. to be paid to any person who would produce
a book published at so low a rate, and none was pro
duced. The 1 rge number of copies subscrilied for
bv ' 'o'.i ress enables me to atford the debates to sub
sc ribvr.- so cheap.
The UoNuiiKssioNwr. Glome and Ai'I'Kxkix pass free
through th mulls of the UniUM States, as will be seen
by reading the following Joint Resolution passed by
Congress i he (itli Aul'u-I. 1)S."2.
JOINT RESOLUTION providing for the distribu
tion of the Laws ot Congress anil the Debates thereon.
With a view to the cheap circulation of the laws of
Congress and the debates contributing to the true in
terpretation thereof, and to make free -the communi
cation between the representatives and constituent
Be it rcsnlvtd by the Senate and House of Repres
entatives of t.'n'. Untied States of Jlinerica in Gon
giess axxeiablal. That from and after the present
session of Congress, the Coxoiuissioxal Glohk axi
AiTHMMX, which contain the laws and debates thereon
shall pass free through the mails so long as the same
shall be published by order of Congress: Provided,
That nothing herein shall be construed to authorize
the circulation of the Daily Glome free of postage.
For a copy of the Daily Globe four mouths. $3 00
For a copy for a less time, (per month) 1 00
For a copy of the Congressional Globe and
Appendix during the session 3 00
Bank notes, current in the section of the country
where a subscriber resides, will be received at par.
The whole or any part of a subscription may be re
mitted in postage stamps, which are preferable to any
currency, except gold or silver. Where bank notes
under $5 cannot be procured, I will send two copies
A paper will not be sent unless the money accom
panies the order for it.
I cannot atford to exchange with all the newspapers
that desire the Gj.oiik; but I will send the Daily
Gi.oisk during the session to all who shall publish
this prospectus three times before the first Monday of
next December. Those who may publish should send
their papers containing it to me, marked with a pen
to direct attention to it. The Coxckkssioxal Glokk
ami Appendix will be stereotyped; and, therefore, I
shall be able to send the back numbers for this session
to all who may subscribe alter the session commences:
but if the fust edition shall have been exhausted be
fore the subscription-money is received. I shall charge
SI additional per copy to pay the expense of putting
the plates on the press. Subscriptions should reach
mi-as early as the first week of December to insure
complete copies at the prices advertised above.
JOHN C. RIVES.
Washington, November 13. 3t
$l Rt'MtXATiXG People The Louisville,
Ky., Democrat says that the amount of tobac
co chewed in the Circuit Court room in a day,
during the criminal term, is estimated at 25
pounds! The reader may believe this if he
A New Hampshire man, who is at the gold
diggings in Iowa, says that three days explora
tion with a spade had enabled him to find "sev
eral very small grains of gold, and several tons
of cxaggerat ion."
A noted physician says that one of the
lest things to appease hunger is an opium
pill. We wondor if the doctor ever tried a.
beef-steak Hanked with several dishes of
smashed "taters." AVe doubt it.
A connoisseur happening to be in a celebra
ted artist's studio, an animated discussion arose
us to the eoler of immaterial objects.
" Thus" said one, how would you color a
tempest, supposing there were no clouds?"
y.W'by," replied the artist, promptly and
pleasantly, " I should say the storm rose and
the wind blue."
Ax Ai'Ology for a Leader. We select this
paragraph from a Trinidad paper, in which the
editor favors his readers with a singular apol
ogy for a leader. Laboring under a fit of las
situde, for which, perhaps, the climate consid
ered, some allowance ought to be made, he
writes : " Our dis-position for corn-position is
restrained by indis-positiou. This de-position
is no im-posit ton ; out we expect in me next
number to be in a position to resume our ex-position."
Cool. A man noted for imperturbability
ami a scolding wife, was stopped in the woods
one night by a uretended ghost. He only said
"I can't stop, friend ; if you are a man I must
request you to get out of the way and let me
pass ; if you are the devil, come along and
take supper with me I married your sister."
Political Grammar. It is a curious fact,
in the grammar of politics, that when states
men get into place they often become oblivious
of their antecedents, but are svldom forgetful of
Marriage resembles a pair of sheares, says
Sydney Smith, so joined that they cannot be
separated, often moving in opposite directions,
yet always punishing any one who comes be
" Grandpa, have you been twice a child ?"
" No, boy ; 1 haint reached second child
hood yet, by a long ways !"
" Well then, I wish you'd hurry np your
cakes, for I want some one to play hop-scotch
and leap frog with me !"
Why are fowls the most economical things
farmers keep ? Becacse for every grain they
gi ve a peck.
Logic. A dog coming open-mouthed at a
sergeant on the march, he ran the spear of his
halbert into his throat and killed him. The
owner coming out, raved extremely that his
dog was killed, and asked the sergeant why he
could not as well have struck at him with the
blunt end of his halbert.
" So 1 would," said he, " if he had run at
me with his tail."
A youth who desired to wear the matrimon
ial yoke had not sufficient courage to " pop the
question." On informing his father of the dif
ficulty he labored under, the old man replied,
" Why, you booby, bow do you suppose I
managed when I got married V
" Oh, yes !" said the promising lover, "yon
married mother, but I've got to marry a slravge
"The party has thrown me overboard," said
a disappointed politician, but I've strength to
swim to the other side!"
Out-Door Sports Being chased by a mad
ox, or collecting bills for printers.
The President and Directors of the Literary
income of said Fund, for the year 1858, among the several Counties of the StateK
Schools, have directed the following tabular statement to be published, showing u
Fall Distribution to each County, and the sum total distributed during the year.jJ
I ho a in nnr.t r, l, Te 1 1 riirtHlK.i!.. ..rill
1 ' uuivmib ui liic x nil iiaii luuouii mil tj
aiiuiicBiiuu i.u me ireasury xeuarnneni.
The Counties of Jackson. Madison and Polk,
distributed from the Counties out of which they
upuiniuiu suiu uuiiiies, uuuer me taw oi uic
Pulaski Cowper, Secretary to the Board.
Fed. Pop. I Spring Dis.
Alamance, 10,166 $1,219 92 $1,219 92 $2,439 84
Alexander, 5,003 600 36 600 36 1,200 12
Anson. 10,756 1,290 12 1,290 72 2,581 44
Ashe, 11,539 1,024 68 1,024 68 2,049 36
Beaufort, 8,716 1,405 92 1,405 92 2,811 48
Bertie, 9,973 1,196 76 1,196 76 2,393 52
Bladen, 8,024 962 88 962 88 1,925 76
Brunswick, 5,951 714 12 714 12 1,428 24
Buncombe, 12,338 1,480 56 1,480 56 2,961 12
Burke, 6,919 830 28 830 28 1,660 56
Cabarrus, 8,674 1,040 88 1.040 88 2,081 76
Caldwell, 5,836 700 32 700 32 1,400 64
Camden, 5,17i 620 88 620 88 1,241 76
Carteret, 6,208 744 96 744 96 1,489 92
Caswell, 12,161 1,459 32 1,459 32 2,916 64
Catawba, 8,234 988 08 9S8 08 l,-94-i&
Chatham, 16,055 1,926 60 1,926 60 3,853 20
Cherokee, 6,703 804 36 804 36 . 1,608 72
Chowan. 5,252 630 24 030 24 1.260 48
Cleaveland, 9.697 1,163 64 1,163 64 2.327 28
Columbus, 5,308 636 96 636 96 1,273 92
Craven, 12,329 1,479 48 1,479 48 2,958 96
Cumberland, 10,634 1,276 06 .1,276 06 2,552 12
Currituck, 6,257 750 84 750 84 1,501 68
Davidson, 14.123 1,694 76 1,694 76 3,389 52
Davie 6,998 839 76 839 76 1,679 52
Duplin, 11,111 1.333 32 1,333 32 2,666 64
Edgecombe, 10,018 1,202 12 1,202 12 2,404 24
Forsyth, 10,627 1,275 74 1,275 74 2.550 48
Franklin, 9,510 1,141 20 1,141 20 2,282 40
Gaston, 7,228 867 36 867 36 1,734 72
Gates, 6,878 825 36 825 36 1,650 12
Granville, 17,303 2,076 36 2,076 36 4,152 72
Greene, 5,320 638 52 638 52 1,277 04
Guilford, 18,480 2,217 60 2,217 60 4,435 20
Halifax, 13,007 1,560 84 1,560 84 3,121 68
Harnett, 7,089 "850 70 850 70 1,701 40
Haywood, 6,907 828 84 828 84 1,657 68
Henderson, 6,883 825 96 825 96 1,651 92
Hertford, 6,656 798 72 798 72 1,597 44
Hvde, 6,585 790 20 790 20 1,580 40
Iredell, 13,062 1,567 44 1,561 44 3,134 88
Johnston, 11,149 1,337 92 .337 92 2,675 84
Jones, 3,935 472 20 472 20 944 40
Lenoir, 6,181 741 84 741 84 1,483 68
Lincoln, 6,924 830 88 830 88 1,661 76
McDowell, 5.141 688 9.2 688 92 1,377 84
Macon, 6,169 740 28 740 28 1,480 56
Martin, ' 6,961 835 32 835 32 1,670 64
Mecklenburg, 11,724 1,406 88 1,406 88 2,813 76
Montgomery, 6,166 739 56 ' 739 56 1,479 12
Moore, 8,552 1,026 26 ,026 26 2,052 52
Nash, 7,905 948 58 948 58 1.S97 16
New Hanover, 14,236 1,708 32 1,708 32 3,416 64
Northampton, 10,731 1,287 72 1,287 72 2,575 44
Onslow, 7,040 844 80 844 80 1.6S9 60
Orange, 14,957 1,794 84 1,794 84 3,589 68
Pasquotank, 7,708 924 96 924 96 1,849 92
Perquimans, 6,030 723 60 723 60 1,447 20
Person, 8,825 1,059 00 1,059 00 2,118 00
Pitt, 10,745 1,289 40 1,289 40 2,578 80
Randolph, 15,176 1,821 12 1,821 12 3,642 24
Richmond, 7,936 952 32 952 32 1,904 64
Robeson, 11,080 1,329 60 1,329 60 2.659 20
Rockingham, 12,363 1,483 56 1,483 56 2,967 12
Rowan, 12,329 1,479 48 1,479 48 2,950 96
Rutherford, 12,388 1,486 56 1,486 56 2,973 12
Sarnoson, 12,311 1,477 32 1,477 32 2,954 64
Stanly, 6,348 761 76 761 76 1,523 52
Stokes, 8,490 1,018 80 1,018 80 2,037 60
Surry, 8,132 975 84 975 84 1,951 68
Tyrrell, 4,452 534 24 534 24 1,068 48
Union, 9,258 1,110 96 1,110 96 2,221 92 i
Wake, 21,123 2 534 76 2,534 76 5,069 52 -
Warren, 10,366 1,243 92 1,243 92 2,487 88
Washington, 4,780 573 60 573 60 1,147 20
Watauga, 3,348 401 76 401 76 903 52
Wavne, 10,311 1,238 09 1,238 09 2,416 18
Wilkes, 11,642 1,391 04 1,391 04 . 2,194 08
Wilson, 6,154 810 45 810 45 1,620 90
Vakdin, 9,511 1,141 32 1,141 32 2,282 64
Yancy, 8,068 968 16 968 16 1,937 52
152,542 $90,425 04 $90,425
0, 1858: 3t
THE OLD ZDOZrvTIITxriLOIINr
i. HALL, of New York, in his Journal of Health
for July, 185S. savs: We commend the Old
Dominion Coffee Pot, to all lovers of good coffee, as
we personally know that it is one of the '-new things"
offered to the pablic in which no imposition is prac
ticed, and which has the double vouchers of science
and common sense."
A. SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED, of lk Quarts at
1 75; 2 Quarts at 2 00; a Quarts at 2 35 and 4 Quarts
at 2 75, at the '-Crockery Store."'
VT. N. TILLIXGIIAST.
Oct. 23rd tf
FALL AMD WINTER.
JEW GOODS! JE1V GOODS.'.'
J. O. ZROIE3
Is receiving the Largest Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ever before offered by him, which embraces all the
LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES &, GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
Among them will be found.
RICll SILK AND DELAINE PATTERNS, of the
A large lot FRENCH MERINOS, together with every
- shade of SOLID DELAINES, all-wool.
A large assortment of French, English and American
PRINTS. DEB AGES, and other goods for
Travelling Dresses. A lame lot of
A great variety of Ladies SHAWLS and CLOAKS,
BOJNETS, French ARTIFICIALS, RIBBONS, &c.
A handsome stock of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES. KERSEYS,
Negro Blaxkets, and all other goods belonging to a
All the citizens, and everybody that visits the old
T -wn, will confer a favor by calling on the snbscriber
and looking through his stock,' whether thev purchase
or not J. C. POE.
Sept. 25 ,2m
Ocriqfress Water, for sale
Atfg. 15 63-tf
Office of the Literary !
Ualeigh, October 2btn,
Fund,-bavins: made distribuU
of the net
Kortnirt in tho npnnilS e II T. 1 1, 1 Pi I LirV
ptv w i' - "
will receive their portion onJ
were respectively formed; tbere j
ting been no
'jcuciai asncu"";- )
President ex officio of the Lil '
Dist. I Total Dis. I Deduct for; I Jaf & Dumb,
P. L. Ray
R. Miller yM
ns v atsour
C. L. Fishtif
L. Fisher, tl
S. C. Foos
J R Strack'
art ha Ada
M. M. Nickles,
( A. R. Shields,'
( Chas. Shields,
j C. B. Moris,
y Hall, Kitty -,
Jos'h Butler. )
Nar'a Dupre, Car
84 $180,858 08
COPPER, TIN & SHEET IRON
JAMES MARTINE, still continues to mannfacture
everything in the abovs line at his old stand on
ilay Street. Job work done with despatch.
Sept. 10 1858 3m.
rgHE$E Scales are now
IL regarded as the Stan
dard For Correct Weight
and are In use by nearly
every Railroad Company,
Merchant, and manufactur
ing establishment through
out the country. The re
putation which these Scales
have acquired has been of
stea'iy "gToVTa 'irom i
commencement to the pres
ent time, and is based ujpon
the principle adopted f by
us, and never deviated fi om
of allowing none but i er-
FECT WEIG1IIXG MACHINE S to
go forth from our establ -slime
We have more than one
hundred modifications of
these Scalesadapted to the
wants of every departn ient
of business where a corAect
and durable fccale is
Call and examine, or sd nd
I for an illustrated circul
I FAIRBANKS & COI
2s EW-i OBK.
J. &- F.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oct, 16th 1858. 4m-pd
3ERSONS indebted to Jas. C. McEaebin,
I dia- of the heirs of John Morrison, decl
hereby respectfully informed, that said gitardian
has in'a great majority of instances eadorsj ed and
transferred theii notes to the undersigned Also,
that our urgent necessities, apart from ther require
ments of the endorser, compel us to collectas speed
ily as possible. All those indebted will Itherefore
oblige us, and themselves too. by payinjg up im
mediately, we must ana will sue whereT,he money
is not forthcoming.
A. D. MOFlRISON.
J. M. MOIORISON.
N. A. MORlRISON.
Laurinburch. N. C. March 7.1857. J 40-tl
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbs
L will be made to the nxt G
of North Carolina, for authority to
end the lim-
its of the Town of 1 ayetteville.
Ward to elect their own Commissioner,
id to 9
the power of the Mayor and Conrmissionel
and for other purposes.
Nov.flj 1 808,
he ' 1
I 150 00
j- 150 00
i 15 00
This Company has been in operation more than
five year-, and has paid its losses, amounting to
$19,125 85, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about i per cent.
Policies issued to 1st of May, 1858,2769.
Amount of property now insured, S 1,474,922 34.
Amount premium notes now on hand, $224,968 23.
Cash premiums received, $32,317 41.
D. A. Ray,
H. L. Myrover,
S. W. Tillinghast,
N. A Stedman,
S. J- Hinsdale,
T. S. Lutterloh,
S. T. Hawley,
W. N. Tillinghast,
A. A. McKethan,
J. D. "Williams,
A. W. Steel;
, J. G. Shepherd.
GEO. ncXEILL. President.
D. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan, Secretary
John Collins and C. C. McCrummen, Traveling
The Company invite applications.
May 29, 1858 1-y
Coupon Bonds for Sale-
The Western Kail Road Co., have for sale
amounts to suit purchasers.
&Ofi nnft of the Coupon Bonds of the
''v)vwv' County of Cumberland, bear-
j-ing 7 per cent, interest, payable smi-annually on
the 1st June and the 1st of December, and run
ning 20 years
$90,000 of the Coupon Bonds of the Town of
Fayetteville, bearing 6 per cent interest, payable
semi-annually on the 1 st January and the 1st July,
and running !iU years.
These bonds were issued in accordance with law
to the Western Rail Road Co., to pay the County
.nd Town suoscriptions respectively.
Persons having money will find these bonds (at
the price the Co is selling them) a better invest
ment than any Bank Stock in the State.
For terms apply to
C. B. MALLETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co
March 6, 1858. 92-tf
315 ZFLZEATIFLID -
UNAWAY from the Subscriber on the lGth
of July, last, the following negroes, viz:
One Woman and Two Children, baul woman is
26 years of acre, named Eliza. The children, Rob
ert and Hiram, are aged one in his 2d year and
tbA other about 3. Thev formerly belonged to
Alexander McCollister, dee'd, and at his sale were
Durchased by the Subscriber.
Said negroes are supposed to be lurking in that
vicinity, or m the vicinity ot Arelnoald .McLean
Harnett county, who owns Eliza's mother. The
above Reward will be given to any person takii
mi said neuroes. and intorininsr the subscriber at
Tejbinth, Cumberland co., N. C.
DANIEL L. SMITH.
August 28, 1858. tf
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THE FA KMEH'S cillDK.
To- Scientific and Practical Agriculture.
By Henry Stephens, F. R. S., of Edinburgh, an.,
the late J. P. Norton Professor of Scientific Agricul
ture in Yale College. New Haven. 2 vols Royal
Octavo. 1000 pages, and numerous Wood and Sten!
This is, confessedly, the most complete work ot
Agriculture ever published, and in order to give it a
wider circulation the publishers have resolved to re
duce the price to
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When sent by mail (post-paid) to California and
Oregon the price will be 7 dollars. To every other
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SSU This work is not the old "Book of the Farm."
Remittances for any of the above publications should
lways be addressed post-paid, to the Publishers
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Inhalation in Consumption.
RONCHITIS, LARYNGITIS, and other Dis
eases of the Chest and Throat, successfully treat
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors and Pow
ders, by absorption and constitutional treatment, as
practised at the btuyvesant Medical Institute, New I
The unprecedented success which has attended this
method of treating diseases of the Lungs and Throat
has induced us to. depart from our usual course,
and ourselves of the columns of the press, in order to
bring it to the knowledge of such as may be laboring
under or predisposed to such affections. The dawn
of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Con
sumptive; the doctrine of the incurability of consump
tion having at length passed away. We have indubi
table proofs in our possession that Consumption in all
its stages can be cured! in the first, by tubercular ab
sorption; in the second, by the treusformations of the
tubercule into chalky and calcareous concretions, in
the third by cicatrices, or scars. Those wedded to
the opinions of the past may assert, that even now,
cousuiiipiiou is mcurauie, sue u are Denina tne age.
To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz: that the
medicines inhaled in the form of vapor or Powder di
rectly into the Lungs, must be much more effective
th an that taken into the Stomach, where the disease
does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Con
sumption and Throat diseases is, that medicine in the
form of Vapor is applied directly to the Lungs, where
the diseise exists; the stomach is thus left free to aid
in restoring health, by administering to it a healthy,
lifegiving food. There is no case so hopeless that In
haiatvon will not reach! The means, too. are brono-ht
within" the reach of all. the manner of administering
the Vapors being so simple that the invalid is never
required to leave home, where the hand of friendship
1 . i! A J 1. J - . . . . '
aim aureuuu ic-iius bo uiucu 10 aia tne pnysician s
The Inhalation method is soothing, safe and readv
nd consists in the administration of medicine in such a
manner, that they are conveyed into the I.nngs in
the form of vapor and produce their action at tli"sei
of the disease. Its practical success is destined to r
volutionize the opinions oi the medical, world and
establish the entire curability of Consumption.
1 earnestly appeal 10 tne common sense of all afflic
ted with Lung diseases, to embrace at once the advan
tage of Inhalation, and no longer apply medicine
to the unoffending stomach. I claim for Inhalatior
a place amongst the priceless gifts that nature and
art hath given us. that "our day may be long in the
land," and as the only ark of safety for the consump
tive; a method not only rational, but simple and effi
cacious. Such of the profession that have adoDted
Inhalation have found it efficacious in the highest de
gree. arresting the progress of the disease and work
ing wonders in many desperate cases, in verditv. a
signal triumph of our art over this fell destroyer of
Note. Physicians wishing to make themselves ac
quainted with our practice, are informed that, oui
time being valuable, we can only reply, as to ingre
dients used, to such letters as contain the fee.
The fee in all eases of Pulmonary affections will be
S10. on receipt of which the necessary medicines and
instruments w ill be forwarded.
Applicants will state age. sex, married or single, how
long aiffected, if any hereditary disease exists in the
family, and the symptoms generally. Let the name
town and State be plainly written. Postage for re
turn answer must be enclosed. Letters, when regis
tered will be at our risk. All letters must be address
ed to. WALLACE MERTOUN. M. D.
S, M. Institute, New York City
Warranted to force the Moustache and Whiskers to
grow strong and luxuriant in one month, where there
was none before. I twill not stain or injure the skin
SI per bottle. Sent to all parts of the country on re
ceipt of price. Receipt for making $5.
De. S. P. SHELDON,
ug. 8th, 1857. New York
NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE.
This Great Journal of Crime and Criminals is in its
13th Year, and is widely circulated throughout the
country. It is the first paper of the kind published
in the United Slates, and is distinctive in its charac
ter. It has lately passed iuto the hands of Geo. W.
Matsell &. Co, by whom it will hereafter be conduct
ed: Mr Matsell was formerly Chief of Police of New
York city, and he will no doubt render it one of the
most interesting papers in the country. Its edito
rials are forcibly written, and of a character that
should command for the paper universal support.
Subscriptions, $2 per Annum; $1 for Six
Months, to be remitted hy Subscribers, (who should
write their names and the town , county and state where
they reside, piainlv.)
To GEO. W. MATSELL & CO.
Editors and Proprietors of tfce
National Police Gazette,
New York City
Jane 29, Si ly (
THE NORTH -CAROLINA
AJXD MAGAZINE OF USEFUL
The undersigned proposes to publish in the"
City of Raleigh, a semi-annual Jocrxal, of the
above title, devotett exclusively to the dissemi
nation of statisticall information.
The want of such a Journal is felt by every
intelligent citizen, who desires to become at all
acquainted with the resources of the State, our
present condition, future prospects, &c, and by
none so much as by onr Legislators.
That we have no regular system of statistics,
cannot be attributed to any want of material.
There are large amounts of valuable and inter
esting information scattered through our Legis
lative and Executive Documents and Records,
which, in their present situation, for all practi
cal purposes, might as well be in the Chinese
language. Besides what our Le-islativp
archives contain, our newspap'ers often publish
valuable statistical information, which is either
lost, or if preserved by a very few, is 50 incon
venient to find when wanted, that the facts are
soon forgotten. The same may be said of the
Reports and Statements from time to time
made by our incorporated companies, and others
engaged in Manufactures, .Mines, Commerce,
&c. To collect these various items of informa
tion, and give them to the public in a shape
easy of reference and for perpetual preservation,
as well as to gather from al! available resour
ces, everything bearing directly or indirectly
on our wealth, prosperity and industry, is the
design of the Journal now offered for public
So far as the plan for conducting the same
has been matured, the pages of the STATIST
will be devoted to the arrangement of such
tables relating to our Population, Agriculture,
Commerce, Education, Public Improvements,
Manufactures, Fisheries, Mines, and Social Sta
tistics generally, as will present their condition
and our progress in each.
It is also designed to contain the Reports
(condensed) of the Public 7'reasnrer, Com
missioners of the Sinking Fund, Superintendent
of Common Schools, and all other State Offi
cers and Boards; as also, Statements and Re
ports of the condition and progress of the vari--ous
Railroad and Navigation Companies.
The Statist will be put to press as soon as ar
sufficient number of responsible names are ' ob
ained to pay the expenses of publication. The
numbers will contain each, not less than 150
pages closely printed matter, making a book of
300 pages, or more, to which will be added a
full and complete index.
Terms: THREE DOLLARS per annum
ONE DOLLAR' AND FIFTY CENTS, for six
months; payable when the first number is ready
for publication, which fact will be duly announced
in the public Newspapers.
CiPThose persons intending to patronize tho
Journal, will send their names to the undersigned
without delay, as it is desirable to issue the first
number as soon as possible.
Raleigh, N. C. Jan. 1,
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Terms C'asb. One Priec Ony.
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to otter a well assorted stock at retail, at a f
K ving of from twenty to thirty per cent, to the
1 ' We have now for sale
Mahogany Chairs, spring seals,
upholstered in hair cloth,
from $2 25 to C 00 e&cS.
U Mahogany Sofas, spring seats,
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Mahogany easy Chairs.
on castors or rockers, up
bolstered in hair cloth,
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gogany Tete-a-tete Sofas.
pholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00 "
MARBIEANi) MAHOGANY TOP Tables.
.Bin greafvariety of styles, qualities and prices
Ml BUREAUS. Hal
alf Marble and Wood Top, with hi
es, with Wiish -stands to match. U
es, Jiedsteads, Sideboards, llallr
Hor without Glasse
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Ltcgeres, Corner 3
Stands and Book Shelves. vi
OFFICE FUIINITURK-Desks, Tables and K)
fj Chairs. -j
M All the above goods in black waluut or oak at r,
M the same prices. M
W PARLOR SUITS, in Rosewood, upholstered Wj
r in FreDeh Brocatelle, Satin Damask, Satin and M
J The same in Black Walnut, the frames ofk
El which are stained in varnishing, making a beau-M
"tiful imitation, and upeolstered in the wmtK
4 er drice.
D In our es
W riety of Fa
goods, make a showy appearance at a much low-
establishment can be found a great va-Li
ty of Fancy Chairs, 111 Rosewood. MahoganyiT
and Black Walnut, Tnrkish Smoking Chairs, Rc-Q
adclining Chairs, Hall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs.' J
BCane Chairs, and aleo the Celebrated
Known as J ucKer's I'atent 'tniB article we
M would particularly recommend. It having been
D fully tested, and found upon trial to be the best
spring uoiiom ever uiveuieu.
Parties who are not able to personally select
the goods they may want, can depend upon bav
ins: their orders nueu wun as mucn care, ana lj
j their interest studied, as though tney were pre-H
m sent; and to sucn we aiio oner cur services lorn
Hthe selection of any Household Goods they may
want, and as we should purchase from First n
r Hands, a saving will thereby be made which the ij
lj customer wouiu nave iue i;eutuioi
Aag. 1- 1857.
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA,
The Twenty-Sixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November
Emeritus Professorof Anatomy, G.M.Newton, M.D.
Anatomy, H F Campbell, M. D.
Surgery, L. A, Dugas, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. Ford, M.D.
Materia Medica. TheraneutiCB and Medical Junsoru.
dence, I P Gravin. M. D. ' t
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. A.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M.
Miller, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy. Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy, R Campbell. M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S.B. Simmons.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos
pital and at the Jackson street Hospital.
Fee for whole Course, $105.
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) $5
For further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty, or to ' I. P. GRAVIN, Dean.
Sept 5th, 1857. C6-tf
A. Ls ARCIIA1IBAULT,
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE BUILDER r
S. E. corner 15thand Hamilton its., Philad.,Pa
Portable Steam Engines, on large wheels, with a
tongue for a team to be attached to move them about
These engines have two cylinders, making 10 to 30
horse power. Orders are filled in from 3 to 5 weeks.
Engines always on hand for sale. These engines
have been in use seven years, and in every instance
have givengeneralaatisfaction. Descriptive circular a
will be sent when, applied for
Jaa. 10, 1857.