' i ' ' i " . . r : . 1 . 1- . - - - 1 . ;'( v .( -. ' . : . f : .; . j j I s . ........,.- . . ; .. . ' - . - . -'i : . ; . " .- . i ' j- - . i . t .. ... ' i. r I ' I - ;' -.11 v',;-- i i ' , . . . ,ri" ; : f f : . 1 ' t -Vm:" : ' " . . : ' I ."" ' "I ; i '-- ' 7 ' - 'i.' I ' ' ' I ": ' j ' '! ' I ' . : ! i . ! " '! ". : " , ' ' i TT 'A T; ATh T . ro A iTiTinms - - - t-l f 'v A CONSTITUTIONAL UMTON EQTTAIi SUFFRAGE, AND EQUAL TAXATION. T" SinglQ copies, 2 cents. RALEIGH, X. p., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1801. : vO per annum, in adraacc AD " 111 " " ' 1 - " ii , 7! I it i. 1 4-. ' i-; r d a to-- IS? -Li? ! I V-f ii ; . I". I i V. - i It i I i . r.i --: ;h' !.K.-.-f 11 ! H I! "1 :-- a f r (Th4 gict f alomu gauuer, i r I'LBtlSHED DAILY AND TTEEKLY j, . r - - ijthk j CITY OF KALEIUII, X. CV, . .. IT fHAXK;zIv WILSON 6i CO.. jFRANKi I. WILSQX, : KDI.TOR AND PROPRIETOR. f. TERMS OF THE DAILY BAXTER : v i " i cpj 1. year; inrariahly in advance, ..........;. $ 5 00 5 copirs 1 year, invariably in advance, .1.......... 20 00 Vcopr C months, invariably in advance,. .L..... j 2 50 The Dail Daxseb irill'lje scrTcd to City subscribers at 10 cent d week, payable to the carrier.! Stogie copies 2 ccntd. In wrappers 2U' cents. - - f . - . i .:. . TEJIMS OF THE WEEKLY BAXTER: , l copr 1 var, invariably in advance, ,...:.J. ..., $ 2 00 V"!'''1 .'tar invariably in advance, v'10 00 llO coi.i 1 vvstr, invariably in advance, J........ 15 00 Xin"le copies o cnts. i. DAILY AD VERTISEMEXTS : f; A!Ttiscpients will be inserted Diily in the Baxnbr at tuc fullowin rates, counting ten lines to the square: Fir.t insertion, 73 cts. per square,!: . , Two iiiscrtion, Off " i , Thredj . 1.05. " " " " Fivo j " 1.35 " " i i . ; - Six I : 1.50 " " " J Adfertisepents for three, sir or twelve. months accord ing to contract, ; ; ' . k . .'.?! f WEEKLY-ADVERTISEMENTS : In tlie, Weekly Banner fourteen lines wjjll be counted to the square, tnd advertisements will be inserted at $1 per I'ljuare for the first insertion, and 25 cta.'fper square for t-ach subsequent insertion. There lvill be no deviation from thi rule. "" '! WAKE COUNTY GOVERNMENT, ' COtjXTY OFFIGKRS.j . Jas. A. Moprc, Clerk Sujcrior Court W. II. Moore, Tli')s. J. I'jlcy, Clerk County Court Jos. M. I'oysterj Deputy U. (l.I-ew it ii; Clerk arul faster in Equity- appointed. h, HheriffJea. W. Norwood, Deputy. .... x...., ...... Hiuton Hitilson, Ke.ij'ister. M. F. llutdhens, Trustee. ; ! fA l "wAxlalK Crier'-of Court. : ':' J. I. jMurfi'tf; Attorney. i , - i. V". .A'.Iisn:i, Feudal ISevcs, Surveyors. GOVEn31KXT'of the CITY of RAJLEIGII. ; j 3fagw-Vtiii II. HariLson, salary $C 00. " 1 commissioners: ?. Kstcrnh'ar(1L; T. Clayton, AVin, C. Upchurth, rtnd .Mill-i IIf Jirown. . MHdlci V. V. IWi JlVxcri! rrrf It. W. Haywood, li; II. Battle, and d.-V . ; - . .. . Maid W. II. II. Tucker, T. H. Briggs,- iuuIAV. II; illicliardson. ; . J: ; J ; A7y Triuxurer Wni. C. Uix-hurch, salary $150. j " ' . Clerk tchc Board J. J. Christophers, salary $250 ' . and fees. "f . .- : . --'j;' : ;v- . (Wcrfoll&x. II. lurray. ' ' ' ' I First C?fy Ounsiatie-rDAxid Ixiwis,-salary $400. V Ashiakf p;aW Jos. J. lietts salary $400. i--- .' :HV cr F, G. Kin?. ' r 1' ir'J!7'4ifc E.' Mj Roberts, W. G. Parker E. A. - j Jolmson, Ziehariah Potter, AY. L. Riley and E. Wag- - ; htatr.- . i - '! - ; - Si - f JhHric$&)nsfaU&-ZJ. .J.-' Christophers. '' 'SV:xo-40sbonie Holt. : V MAIL, ARRANGEMENTS. i Xorthorni Mail arrives daily (except Sundays,) via iiain;h .& Miutou Railroad, at 3.40 p. m. . ' ' . . Northern plail arrives via Xorth-Carolina Rai illroad east, idays, .via - . flails (except Sundays,) at 9.19 a. m. ; ' ' ' j S.RitlienJf Mail arrives daily, (except Sundai . , :'nu farfina Kailroaq, east, at 9.1 a.m. ' " W?!ten4ilail arrives daily (except Sundays) via Xorth ; Carolina Illroad, west, at 3.20 p.m. I ail arrives daily, (except Sundays) via Xorth Carolina iCailroad east, at 9.19 a.m. i: " .j'FayctteAle Mail arrives daily, in stages, at 5.30 am. - Kagle Ilfit Mail arrives Mondays', Thursdays and Sat-'-. --.urdtivs at fa m. i 3- SimmcrMille' Mail arrives. Tuesdays and Saturdays, at p.m. .. I'arthatrb Mail arrives Wednesdays s and Saturdavs via IViat 'ixboro Mail arrives Wednesdavs at 10 a.m. 1 i I 12m.; j ... ... Xortherh Mail closes: dailv ( 'i' ! 1 i ' V - - ' ; - 1 bouthefh Mail clos Ha'dl ( ci,iVJ f 9 mJ . EaateriMail closes daily (except Sundays) at 2.30 p.m. WcStC5il3fai cIoscs 4ail7 (except Sundays) at 8 a.m. Xew York Mail closes' twice "daily (except Sundays) at C.m. and-2.30 p.m. ; . : ; Fayctteille Mail closes daily at 5.30 j(.rnr ' . Eagle Rijck : "Mondays; Thursdays and Satur days at 1 rim. V - Summeville Mail closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 9 p.m Cartha Mail closes Tuesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. ".KoxboroJ Wednesdays at 1; p.m. '; - . Ieachburg Mail closes ' , at 1,'p.m. L Office own for the delivery of Mails Ifrom 10.30 a-m to 3.30 p.m., lnd from 4.30 to 7 p.m. , j ; - ; y l ' GEORGE T.! COOKE, P. 31. TTJ . . - - - HESPEU; AND OTHER POEMS, B THEO. , II. 1.1 1 The undersigned has now in press, a volume of iPoeni bearing the above title.. 'Mr. Hill is well known in'jthis community, as the author of many fugitive poem?, which publishsd anonymously 4 have "gone the. rounds of lhc press" sparkling, as pure gems, wherever et' . q I . - ? i . ; ' " Havingjnow reclaimed these . wandering waifs, he pre sents them to the public---with others hitherto unpublished, and hi? publisher would only sk for' them a cordial recep-tio4?r-mfihrtial criticism. Te vWaime a neat 12'mo,--will bet sent by mail, free ' w posffe. Price Si per copy. Orders should be for-. WSrSi n,ce to the subscriber, as but a smaU edition t wul bepubhshed. iibcral djgeount to the trade. - i " . 'HENRY B. TURNER,. ! I , - 5 N. C Book-Store, . Raleig, Jan, 23, ISC1, 'f V idtfl : - h l REMQVAL, 1 . r.' . v.. TflHOMAS: II. MOORE, PETERSP.TTTin via HAS . - X removed to the new and spacious Store, No. U3 Syca-- . : r m fire i.rdc,' a Uoiors ,bp ve Oonnan & Johnston's and next ;. Miller & Peace, where he is now oneuinn- a larro stock tf HATs, CAPS, Ac, for the Fall Trade. - MercUantd,; Planter?, and others, are respectfully invied to an examination of kis CkmxU "before buying chicw here. January, ibiii, . ; . . . 2 tf. . . .. . . GOVERNMENT OP NORTH-CAROLINA, Tinv.w r? na -r '' , ' " SaTary. w . iiii., oi ivowau, uoTernor, per .an num, and use of furnished house, M . $ Graham Daves, of Craven, Secretary to the Govr ernor. (exclusive of fees,) Rcrca H. Pao, of ,Wake County, Secretary of . State, (exclusive of fees,) Daniel W. Cocts,v of Rockingham, Treasurer, CckTM. II. Brogdes, of Wavne, Comptroller, ': WJ R. RicHARDSosr, of Wake, Chief Clerk,-to Treasurer, i 3,000 '300 C00 5,000 1,000 50 - The Cocxsel or State is" comnoscd ef the follow in fr gentlemen - ? ; Council Wooten, of Lenoir, Pre. ; " , . John W. Cunningham, of Person ; W. A. Fergtuson, of Bertie j J. F. Graven, of-Surry ; . David Murphy, of Cumberland ; Jv J." Long, bf Northampton ; . W, L. Hilliard, of Buncombe. - J " "j govehkor's aids, with the rase or cqlosel:. ' N. -j Colin Hughes, of Newbern ; Junius K. Ionff, of Halifax; Wm. J.l Houston, of Duplin, and Chas. J. llam mersehold, of Lincoln. ; Th General Attend! j commences its session on the third MhhUv of November ' overy alternate t4s t. The next -election? for members the Henate and Jfoase of Com mokuaud for Governor, will ba held on the 'first Thursday of August, lb62. :.;. - LITERARY BOARD. The Board of Literature of North-Carolina is composed as follows : ' - . - . ; ? His Excellency; j John ' W. Ellis President, ex officio ; Arch, Hendt-rson, of Rowan;- J. B. Gordon, of Wilkes; Wm. P.-Ward, of Jones. Graham Daves,. Secretary. : ' INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT BOARD. ; The Internal Improvement Board is 'composed as fol Iows : ;. : . - ; .. ' ' f . Hi.i Excellency, John W. Ellis, President, ex oflirio ; James Fulton J of New Hanover; N. M. Long, of Halifax. ' Graham Daves, Secretary. , . T ';; -;;' "; STATE LIBRARIAN. . '.'X ' ' ." i-'i :.. Oliver H. Perry, of Raleigh. ! ' TIME OF HOLDING THE COURTS. The United State Circuit Court for the District of North Carolina is held aerui-annually 'at Raleigh, on the 1st Monday of June and last Monday in November. ' , S Judje Hon. J. M. Wayne, of Georgia; Hon. Asa Biggs, of Martin District Judge rsalary, $2,000. ' ; Robert P.' Dick, District Attorney; AV. J. Saunders, Clerk; Weish-y Jones, Marshal. V . ;i i "' The United Slate District Court are held at 'V Edenton, 3d Monday in .April and October, J. M. Jones, 'Clerk.' - ' -l i - - 'Jy .1-. Newbern,' 4th f Monday in April , and October, Benjamin Brown,, Clerk., ' ; Wilmington, 1st Monday after the 4th Manday in April End October, John L. Cantwell, Clerk. ". . j ! . ! - - . - . ; I . jTHE SUPREME COURT. ; . j ;. The Sn)rene Court of Xorth-Carolina is held at. Raleigh semi-annuallv bn the second Monday n June,' ami the-2d ; tri t ... r" I i li l.IJ l r jionuay in ieccnioer. xits aiso ueiu ouce a year in mot- - fan ton, Buvkej countv, on the first Monday in August. he ollicers aj'e as follows: R. M. Pearson, of "1 adkin, ; Chief Justice; M. E. Manly, of Newborn, Judge; Wm. i H.! Battle, of jOrange, Judge salary of t;ach $2,500 perl annum. . William! A. Jciikins. of Warren, Attorney Gen- eral: Hamilton C Jones, of Rowan- Reporter ; Edmund i -B. Freeman, of Wake, Clerk; James Litchford, of Wake, j Marshal, - !! J SUPERIOR. COURTS. iThe Superior Court are held in seven" Circuits, by the ; following officers: Judges R. R. Heath, df! Chowan; George Howard, Jr., of Wilson; John M; Dick, of Guil- ford ; Jas. Wt? Oaborne, of ilccklenburg ; John! L. JJailey, ; of Buncombe : R. S. French, of Robeson ; and Romulus M. ; Saunderc,'"f Wake. Solicitors Etias. C. Jlincs, jof Eden-: ton, rides the First Circuit: W. .J. Houston, of Duplin,; rides the Scond Circuit: William A. Jenkins, the Attorney-General, j-idos the Third Circuit; Thomas Settle, of . Rockingham, rides the Fourth Circuit; Robert Strange,, of; New Hanover, rides the Fifth-Circuit ; William Lander,- -of Lincoln, rides the Sixth. Circuit; David Uolcman, ot Tinnooinhv. i-ides the Seventn Circuit, inc courts are; held as follows : . .''. I " 'r ' FIRST CIHC.CIT. .;.'t Turrell. first Mondav in March and September. ' IV aninmori, sccona jxonuay. in jiari.ii auu twiiu-uiuwi, , Bertie, third- ! - " " " j -..-; ' Hertford, fourth ! ' - " " , ! - Gate, first Monday after the fourth 3Ionday in Mdrch and September, j . : Cnotcan, second Mondayftcr the fourth Monday in March, and September. J .,'.'' ' . ' , ' . : Per quintan, third Monday after the fourth Monday inf March and September. ' '' . ' ( . 1 Paaquotank,. fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. 4 - . . , : jr Camden, fifth Monday after. the fourth Monday in March( and September. ; ' ,2,, - ' Cvrritveh, sixth Monday after . the fuurtlt Monday m March and September. . '.."if. . f j ! SECOND CIRCtriT. , " ! '': ' . -.I Wmplin, fourth Monday in March and September. j AWayne, first Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. f. . ' - ' . ': Greene, second Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. ; : ' . - Lenoir, third Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. - .. - i ; Craved fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. j.; ,'-;''"- j '- Jone, Wednesday next aftr the fifth Monday after; the; fourth Monday in March and September. - " i Onslow, sixth .Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. . I . Carteret, seventh Monday after the fouth Monday m; March and September. i; ! Beaufort, eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. ",;t ' !- ' Jfvde, ninth Monday after the fourth Monday in March; and September. !, , ' ': ' . ,r ! "1 j Wilson, tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in March; and September. . - . -. i .; -.it ; j THIllI) CIRCCIT. ' '' ) Martin, on the Monday before the first .Monday in Jiarcn, i Pitt, the first Monday in March and September. V t?7niA: amiml ' - I iNah, thir4 i - " "" . ' , j Wake, first Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. f . , I . ifYanklin, second Jrlonday alter tne Jourui jionuay iu March and September, , . - f Warrek, third Mondav after the lourtn Monday in aiarcn and Sept.'mhur. . : ' ; Halifax.- tdurtJa Monday alter ine iounn Jionaay in March and September. 4 . r m?. Xortkamprtm, filth Monday alter tne lourtn .uopaay in March and' September. . , , ' . - - . FOCRTH CIRCUIT. - - - GranfilU,-first Monday in March and September, , j Orange, second; ; ; Chatham, third . ",-:. ft it it tt J)avidion. first Monday after the fourth Monday of March and September. Forsyth, second Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September! -- - ' " ' Stoke, third Moildar after the fourth Monday in March and September ! " -1 -: ' :'- I- UtHfortl, tourtn Monday alter tue lourin jaonuay in March and September. ; , . ' ' . i" . Jiom)hia, fifth Monday alter the lourtn ;Monaay in March and September. . - . . m r ' i i CosweU, sixth Monday alter the fourth Monday in jaarcn and September. ' "-.."'- ,' ' - - 1- -'( ' ' . M- '. - Pertom, Isoventh Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. . ' ! Vi Alamance, eighth ilonday alter the tourtn jionaay in March and September. . '- . . ' . J ""? . ! - , ' FIFTH CIRCCIT. 'j .' ' ' ' - Harnett Monday preceding the Monday next before the last Monday in February and August. r . J'oo'e, Monday before the last in February andAngtuit. i JlonUomery, last Monday in . v : ' r; Stanly, first Monday in March and September, - y- Anton, second : ..... -.: '. . HicKnwndt third ' i j liobeoxf fourth " ' I Bladen,' first Monday after the fourth Mondar in March and September. . ' - ' i . ';. CoiMfHOn, secona lonaay aiicr lac iouxui iiouua, m March and September. ; ! ' Ilrmntcirk. third Mbndir ftfter the fusrtK StvnAr im : March and SepUmbcr. - ". : H .,.. -,n .-;..( " i AVw 4nWrifourth Mondlav after the fourth Moday .in March and September. (: -j.f-" . : ; -'',. ..-.;-j " -- i -c Sumpwon, sixth Monday after the fourth Monday la March an4 September. ' i: . CumUrland. erenth Monday after the fourth lloaday in March and Stember. j j ' l: - SIXTH CIRCTIT. " . .rry, fourth .Monday in February and August. - , : Yadkin, first after the fourth Mondv In February and August. 1 n : M;! :!'- -fi . .:, ,? ' - , " i i second after the fourth Monday in February and Auiruit. I ,,; L-.-it'"'----.: ; ' :- - : , ; Wilkes, thirl after the fourth Monday in February Jainl A u suit. . ) ..- I-'I I Ji!xart ;fourth after the fourth Monday in February and August. , . i!f-- .: -1 ';!;. ..;;.'"'- ' :." f .' V i Davie, fifth after the; fourth Mondar in -February and August.. ' - i- .k: '" '-"-'1: '- . ' . r Iredell, sixth after the fourth Monday in February and August. - :';.. ..'.'; :;"'i:;.:. : -''; --'- . I ; ' Latauba. seventh after the fourth Monday in ; February and August. T ' i ' , . ; Lincoln, eighth after the Tourth Mondav in February and -August..:, .St ,'.',:-:.;:. tV ' ' " . ' ! " ' , i, Gaton. ninth after the fourth Monday in February and August. , .! V -U, " - w '! , twicm, inU tfco fourth Monday a February and August. . ! . - - ijj , ;;. . j '. : - Jleeilenbury, eleventh after the fourth Monday in Feb ruary1 and Auguit. . ; i.-'- j - - . . f . Ctbarritj twelfth after the Tourth 'Monday in February and August, t . , - , i " i . Itottan, thirteenth after the fourth.Monday, in February ;and August. -- . : - :t .itU . f -K- - - Cherokee, 4tMonday in 31 arch aid September. JIueon, sccpncl j Jac!c4on, third) " Haywood, fourth' w it ' 4 . tt Jle'idersrini nest Jionday: alter the fourth Mondav in March and S-it4-mber. ' j JJunrvuttje. second Mo: .-find Monda ;after the fourth Monday in' ilarch and September. Mcdion Ihirl Monday March and September, i ! li nry, fohrtjU Monday March and September, i 1 MjDoirelljMth Monday after the fourth Monday is after; the fourth. Monday in after the' fourth Mondav in .uariu uu rvi'piciuuvr. -I. CuldiceUl sixth Monday after the fourth Monday ; in March and; Sjoptfember. - t; j . , I - r ' .a-'- Watauga, evjjith Monday! after th fourth Monday in March and Septembcr.J y v ;- - - Burke, eighth londay afterlthe fourth Monday in March 'and September. : ji-j; ,';;.. ' :' - . Rutherford, ninth . Monday iafter the fourth Monday in March and September. Mf'i '.-'', " ! " . FoIJi, tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. p ' ' i ! Gleaveland, eleventh Monday after the fourth Mo nday in March and September. j " f - , ; s J COURTS pFlfLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. ; Anson County-, on the second Monday in January, April, July and October.- i j;,! ij : , ; '. ir : Ahe, fourth Monday:in' February, May, August and .November. .! ; ; i . i' I - : . ' ;' ; ;" - I AlexanJeri firt;Monday in March, June, September and: 'Decemberi:. ... . i-j I 7 7- - - h'y - -i Alamance first 3onday: after the fourth Monday of February, 3ayAugust and November. : J. ' Alleghany fourth Monday in January; April, July, and October. V 4"' ' ' ' ' U M .., ::j ";: ''. ' ; H. ' 7 .- :'A--X t Beaufort, thifd Monday n March and September, and the first MoudaJ in June arid 1 December.; 77- - 7. j Bertie;: .ec;oni Monday in February, May,' August and November. - I -V !;. 'A 7' ";-77j ' ' .1 - - " ! Bladen, fii?st jllonda in Fbrnary,' May, .August and I November . "; -i ti" -7- ;.;'H - - J' ;'j '--'".'' 7 Brumsicfcl;, frst Monday jin ilarch, func,' September 1 and December. 1 ?h f ' "" " : ' ''--J--"" cojn6,ljseoond Jfondayf after the fourth Monday in '"JIarch. Juno September ana December ! - j; Burke, eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in March. Jrino StDtember and! December ! I Cabarrut. kbiid Monday in; 'J an uary,? April, July and October. t tt 1 1-i Caldarelii sixth Mondavi after the fourth Monday in March, June' September and December, j f . Camden, secoijd Monday in March, J une, September and December. ". ,'l f"- '-'i'f ; -'" ''' rurfcrcf, the third Monday in February, May, Aiigust and November. ''; . ' ' ." Cancell fitfst Monday aftF the fourth Monday of 3tarch, June, Septembqjr and "DcecimiDen. 7 1 : Catairha, t1iirr Monday in I . January and July, am) sec ond Mondavlafter the fourth Monday in JIarch and Sep tember. ;"1 - 1 Chatham. Hecond Monday in February, May, August and November.? V ' I Choiran, first Monday in Fcbaiiary, May, August and November.' . : ' .1 . ,i 1 ." - , Cleave! and, tfSth Monday! after the fourth Monday, in March, June,. September and December. . . . . Columbus, scond Monday in I February, May, August and November-f ; ' J :-! ";;r t ' j-.. ;- . , Craven, second 31onday in March, June) September and .December. " 1 I ' , ; ' : ;s if L '' :i 1 ; ; Cumberland, first Monday m March.Uune, , September and December. -J ;;-''4!j. :'''' 1 '. ; T : -"; ; Cvrrituck-, the- last- Monday in; February, May, August and November; , - 77; -.7 " , - ij-:'-.:' CAeroA-e, first Monday in March, June September and December -y-- " " ;-; : I j'i 1 ':''' '";'v --v-P-N'' :' ;;;'7, : Dnplinf third Monday in January, April, July and Oc tober. i - '! :i ' . i ' : - - . Davidon. second Monday in February, May, August and November, .v'--'.;'-'' :-iiJ--:i'' y.:'-. ,v ; : - -' K ;;7 Davie, fourth . Monday in February, May, August and November . ' : (. i'f.'r '..- ' j -." ' ' . Edgeconihe, fourth Monday in February, May, August and 'November. :7 "-': II :..;f . -; s ' J ;7--' - t7,-' !';i r .. Franklin, second . Monday j in March, June, September and December. - j I . ' - ' ' ' Forvth, third Monday in! March, June,' Seytember and Decembers H 1 uaies, 111ru juunuav iu vember. i i Granville, first ifonday November; ; pDruary, jiay,; Angusi auu u- in February, May, August and j -: ; 77h .' ? ;: "-:-V : Greene; second Monday jin! February, J Guilford, third Monday .in j February, May, August and November; ; : r " " v- H ! j; V. ' " - , 3 Gasiori: Ithird Monday In iFcbrnnry'and August, and fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. . :7. ' 7 - ; J II; -' - -: . 7-- ' - : Halifaxi third Monday in February, if ay August and November. !7;.-. f:i' 'ri' ' f ' : ' ' - ' ' Harnett, second Monday- tn March, June; September and December ! ;-:'l77v - J .' n;-! tyroKf, fourth Monday, in March, June, September and December.' if v' -'' ' ' ' ,' Hertford, fourth Monday in February, May, August and ovetntoer. ; -i Hfjle, second Monday in Fci 'cbruary, May, August and Hctuleron. first Monday after the fourth Monday in c,..t.ihtfF ,hH iiimmrwr. ? November. Auzust and Jones, fiifh Mond.iv after Ihp , fourth Monday in March and Septeu.bvr, and on thb last Monday in January and Julv. - f-! -" ""-' 1 ' M i !1 t'V--, '. -:j ,'F . '-' "7 ' V Jackoni lit ird Monday in March, June September and December; - -'-,7 j ' , ' , ' . Lenoir, i'.v-t Monday in January and July, and third Monday til March andSeptcmber. -, . - Lincoln; second Monday Jn January and July, and third Mondar after the fourth lionday is March and September. Marti, second Monday in January April, July , and October. -: :.ir-f- -:0 -V I' ',, 1 McDowell, ? fifth Monday after tle .fourth Monday in March; June. September and December, i - . .7 . ; Mecklenburg, fourth Monday in January, July and Oc- Jntgimerj, first Monday in January April, J aly and October.' ' ' ', ''' ' ' ' ' i 7 - ' '?J' - - - Jfoorei fourth Monday in January, April, July and Oc- "tober- -T'-h-f : ' j, --'"'': ;;- r.: ," Jond3iondia rch, Jnef September and December ' .t---J K' t : 'L.J'mr1 ii ' JmWiW, third Monday after the fourth Monday in March. J une, September and December. ; ' , Xash, iecond Monday ia February, M J 7 August and NbvemberU; 1 ' '- - ; '- J I . 7 j J -. -'- ' , -A?iipr, second Mondat in 3Iarch, June, Septem ber and December - ' i 1 J . - :.' i 0 i. . Northampton, first Monday in March, June, Septerater and'Deccmbcr. , - s 1 ' ' , -1 , ' j.' OMotr,; first Monday inlMarch, Jue, September and December;' - . .-- ,j' r '. i . . '1 , - , Oragl fuurth jroud iyiiii February, May, Aug uit and Xoveinbc!. '",,!' ! rrJlI ihirA inndar in February. May and . -T,Jaj,ii.A. iViarth Mondav- in February. May, 'a7iioUr, firrt Monday la Marc V Je, flrpte aWr and Decetaber. , ;' . ' -. . - j 'rfMUM, acvond Uooday hi February; Slav, Aarast and November. ; ; : . ! ' ; -.. , f,- ' Ptrm, third Mooday of Martk, Joe, SUmber sad December. ', j - : Pitt, first Moaday fa February, May, August mud 3f o rrmber. 7. ..-.-. 1 ;. -V'j7-.n ott, teatft Moadav after fourth Monday la Marrh June, rVptembcr asd Decesttwr. ( ' ! ! HaiuMph, first Muoday la February, 3Cay, August aad November. I - - -t:, - r , . . Richmond, third Monday ia January, April, Jaly aitd October. ; , ,'7 v -v; . t JMran, first Monday ia February, Hay, Aagutt aad November. .7 ;' ' j -". t RoUim, fourth 5foaday la February, May, A aguat aad November. 77- ; ! j f . ; -. .1 Horkimghnm, fourth Monday la Febraary, Hay, Atgust November. j -tr Jtntherford, ninth Mondar after the fourth Monday la March, June. September and Deciiibr. I i t , ! Samp third Monday in February, May, August and 'November. ! '.-'. j ' ; . r j Stoke second Monday In March,- Juae,! Spttmbcr aad December, j 'u--1 -j '-'' " ': -'' j A'--. .Srrv, second Monday In February, Ma v, August and November. . s. -i . - - ' .,- ' . . '-. .. Sianlw , second Monday la February, May, August and November. ... 7 - '-: '-.-1 47 , ... , .7. 7 Tyrrell, fourth Monday of January, Apr July and Oe tober. v l . 7 . j .. . . .-."t'.i '''!'-;. i "'' '-: : Union, first Mo ad v in January, April. July and October. Wake, third Monday in February, May, August aad November. - v .-, !,,. ; 'i.i -7 i ;"r- U'arrea, fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. ; ' -. H ,-.: ' i' ' . H'iAi"o, third Monday in' February, May, Aagust and November.1-" 7 k-. ; ' ' " i " ;.- - .7 Watauga, third Monday in February, May, August and November. .: ! ':' . . ' : '. .,, M '. ' ' 7'-' Bajfite, third Mondayrin February, May, August and November. ; 7 . i j j --. WUke, first Monday after the fourth Monday ia Janua ry, April, July and October. N f M j 7 '1 Wilson, fourth' Monday in January, April July, and October. '. -'; ,i j--. .. j ' ; -.. 1 ".M7; ladirtM, first Monday jin January, April; July and Octo ber. ; -,-i--; '7 '"' ;7i..i'. ; i.j. .j-t , .i . Yancy, fourth Monday after I the fourth Monday in 3Iarch, June, September, and December. ! r . . . " ; 1 --.. ! ; v-- ' j PUBLIC WORK-IN NOBTII-CAROLXA. ' The Branch Mint of the United States is located at Char lotte, in Mecklenburg county, in this Stat; this tab lishment was authorized by'Actj of Congress,1 passed 3d March, 'IS 35.-' The officers are asj follows a 7 , . i Green W. Caldwell, Superintendent and Acting Treas urer. , i '-- ' ;. ; 7; -. j j -. ( 7 j u , - John H. Gibbons. Assayer, Mcltcr and Refiner. . John R. Bolton, Chief Coiner. William F. Stramrd. Clerk. The University of North-Carolina,, situated at Chapel Hill,' in the county of Orange tircnty-eight miles W. N. W. from Raleigh." 7 i r j '; -C "' The North-Carolina Institution for the Education or the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind, is located at . Raleigh, W, J, Palmer, Principal. J : r . I ' i 'ortifieation. Fort Macon, Beaufort Harbor, Carteret county;. Fort Caswell, Smithville, Brunswick countv. U. S. Arseiud. Located at Fayetteville. Maj. ;'TT;- S. Laidley, Commandant. . .; - : i j - H - -f;' 7 Inane Asylum of North-Carolina, situated in the vicini ty of Raleigh, will contain 250 patients; 120 pationtsnow in it. w.Dr. K C. Fiitkcr. Superintendent; Dr. F. T. Fuller, Assistant Physician ;! Mr. R. K. Fcrrcll. Steward, 31 rs. Hill. Matron. , Dr. Charles E. Johnson, Kemp P. Battle, W. W. Hpldcn, Ed. Cantwell, A. M: Lewis,; Dr. W. J. Blow, John Ai Tavlor and Dr. Columbus Mills, Directors. Dr. Charles E. Johnson, President of tlie Board ; Wm. E. Anderson,' Treasucer.! ;. Messrs. Holden, Johnson and Bat-, tie, Executive Committee. j 1. 7' All indigent insane persons entitled to be received, and treated, and taken care of at the public charge. 'Paying patients ar also received from this and other State. For proper form to be observed in sending indigent insah to Asylum, see Revised Statutes chapter on Asylums. ' " COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. .: Thomas' Ruffin, Sr.; of Alamance ; Wcldoa N. Edwards, of Warren ; David JU Swain, of Orange. Quentin Busbce, Secretary. '- ' ' .' ' H- " - !' j' ' ' V SUPERINTENDENT COM3I0N SCHOOLS. '-' ; Rev. C. H. Wiley, j . .. .:,A. STATE GEOtOOlST. Ebcnczer Emmons.! ! r- ' BANKS IN NORTH-CAROLINA; -'-, - .V -.-BANE. OF FATEtTEVILLE, 7 j- , "7 John D. Starr, President G. Broad foot; Cashier; Wm.'G. Matthews, Teller; Wnj. A. IUse, Clerk ; Alexan der McPherson, Book;keeper. I 2 ;. . , j . ' EASE of' wahikgtok. ' . ; J 7' .. v ; .. ' James E. Hovt, President; .Miartin Stevenson, Cashier; Thomas II. McCluer; Teller ; fThomas iJ. Latham,, Jr., Clerk. DiscountDay, Thursday of each week. r. MEECttANTS' BANK AT XBW-BERXS. I Charles Slover, President; W. W. Clark, Cashier; Joseph Fulford, Teller. Discount Day, Friday: of each WCCk. ' ..; : '7 'Ij . -7 ; -'',i - j' " --': ;!"'s'' : t J COMUEKCIAL BASK, W1LUIKCT0S. J ' OlG.Parslev; President; Timbthy Savage, Jr., Cashier; John McKae, TcUer.j Asa 11. Walker, ;ierE. - '' a'V" " '' BAKE OF WADESBOBb. j . J. A. Leak, President; H. B. iHammond, Cashier. f BASE OF SORTH-CAROUSA.--AriTAI. S2,500,000. f 1 Princijal Ba nk lot Raleigh. J 1 George W. Mordecai, FretidtntOL Dewey, Cashier; Wm. E. Anderson, Teller ; J ordan Womblej , J r., Book keeper j Scaton Gales, Clerk, j J ' i. Branch at FubeVerille. r";AV; A.W. Steel, President; IL f!. Lucas, Cashier Wm. lluske, Teller ; w a. uose, uierc. .- j j Branch at .Wilmington, . i 4: El P. Hall, President; William Restoxi, Cashier W. D. Smith, Teller ; J. IL Wright, Book-keeper Branch at Nitbemt. - Edward R. Stanly i President I T. J. Jones; Cashier; C., S. Haskins, Teller. " . ; -j . Branch at Tarboroitlh. H. R. Bridgers, President rJ Chapman, Cashier; E. D. McNair, Teller. .'Xj;-' V v '' i ': P' I ... 7.77, :;: 7j: -"' ! ' ,.i?iric ai Charlotte '." - ; : J. IL Carson, President; T. W. Dewey, Cashier j S. L. Riddle, Teller. ' ":'-' ; :-; '7 'i ; Branch at Jlarganton. ' j : T. Geo. Walton, President; rX J. Erwin Cashier. ' 7-'-4 ! Branch at IfHto. .'; j .' ; '"; Geo. ;A. Smith, President ; -W. R. Hill, Cashier. ; 7 :ii " '..;;i Brand at gskitbmry, , j' ;. j-. '.: 1 ' David F. Caldwell, President: Mses W.Jarvii, Cashier; David R. Newsom, Teller. . U :''7 ')$'' x' Branch at ft L. Si Webb,'cashier. 1 Indor i ' Agency at Stttcsville. C..A. Carlton, Agent., ;, 7 . .'-:7j''f Agency at Go-dsbro. P. A. Wiley, Agent. . 'j'. ' A Agency at WentirortUS A. B. Callaway, Agent. ij'ji C ! ' ; Agency at Warrentom. John G. Yancey, Agent, Discount Dy, Wednetday -.f each week.':!..: 7- "''':v.-.' I ,1 "' -"-': : j' ?"-', - U 7..,7i- -.ii: '7 - I ')'. .j' 7f.- - bask or riri Jteab -officebs ajh sbaxcbes. : i Principal Bank mi ' W?mingin. ; "': -Thoma K. Wright, Preadrtit IL R, Savage, Cashier; J. D. Gardner, Teller : Joseph McLaurin,1 AwiiUnl Teller J. A. Bradley, Book-keeper J.jO. Brr, Owtf-M; :.J Branch at WashingtomJ, . John Mver; President; W. it S. Burbank, Cashier, ', ..J ;! .7.j..t. -r jsrane at iWjwrj. D. A.' Davis, Cashier. ''' T J ' -'. -I : " "i 7 Branch sri Salem. ,J- G. Lash, Caehier. 7. 7. -t --f ':'- -Branch a Fane&evUU. Charles T. naigW President ! A-McLean, ChierW. J. Anderson, Teller Joshua Carman; Clerk; Yi right Uuikc, BookJceeper. - '; ' ' " rt t Branch at tloleigi. - ' W. IL Jones, Cashier; James A.. Moore, Teller. - Branch at AihexiU, t J. F. E. Hardy, CLirr. , 7 . Mrmeh at gwiJi.,', . JimILLUmt, ,kr; Trt 1 T3ar. D1 roaat Pay Taewlay anf rack ra. tut rAaassi babe, aaxsaaao'. ; C P. KradcaWl, Vr trident f XC. A. CaW.3, CaU. Time v .viUrti CV. R. F. OTcrmaa, CaVWr. ' babe o cu AaLarru. ' JtoJ.'BUekwtmd. FrnMratr K. F. regta, CmmXimt W. A. WUlUata, TrUcr; ,.!' . I ' til M tutrtrtnii Thocaaa D. Joaua. Frcuilc4t Joarta I. Caahlrr. ';;..''., 7 . ktC trs nilttwi. lit. Irm9 n m John D. WiUlaoa, lrrMc i J4a ff. !aadf4 CaV fcar j TTaa. Wardcu, Teller 1 Jmmtm alcCUrary, GaE, ba uuire. 7 JAu McUa, rVMsacat: SmiUb,Ttner. S. JtucU, CaakUrj TTaw ab rr, Ltxrsrrrv. B. A. Kittrcll, rresideat; C F. Lewr, CaaUar. i?rwa mj Qrimmmm, James IL Holt, Cauairr, A. T. JrrkiiwJ PrrtiUcot ji J. A, tik, qaaakr. tbb iiiii abb ruirrtaa bus, Wcsrar. A. T. Dvldi,lW4ati D. C. llardea. ChWr. PROSPECTUSESJ ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZI.Tnfron IWI The Ladle Home UAgmxtiie. V': 7-' , VOIXMES vn. aa svnu . , edited by t. s. arthur and virg15i1 f, ; townsexd; Dicoted to Surial Litrrtlu r. Art, MroLt, HcaUs, . 'and Doturshe lhtjpines$. v SO WELL KNOWN ri TIIE I10MK MAOAZISK in all parti ortha I'aiu-d hutea aad Um Canadat. Utat we arc acaroely rvqairrd in th aiMtrnH for 141 la speak of its peculiar charatrriUca. All jthat iu aaa impKes. the editors have aoufVt to makn ItJ Th rvadiag quality of the wnrk7 has evrr lca the first cvoilrraUoa ( aad the puUuhcra hare noted, with pleasurr, tba Rarary, ing teaUmoay receivvd, yeaif after yrai froaa UiooaaadA f spurcea to its su;xrioritv in tht rtfprrf. I Our purpose has bcn Ui give a maris it that hol unite the attractions of ebotjee and rlrgaat tiUratar IUs high moral aims, and teach useful lesMms U men. woaara, and childrrn in all degrees of life; a macasiM that a Baa band might bring houte Co his wife, a bnHhrr to his aUUr, a father to his childrrn. and frrt abJaU'I.r eerUla that. h doing so, he placed in their hands only w hat could do tWma good. I' of k'tetlU-i Mill more euaincntlv will this ft-atarr lU-ar. ia terest, and uarfulnea'in th rvading tnattrr of fha Iloata Magazine be regarded in th future volames. Oar work, is for homes; and we sork to make homn bpirr. In the January number will be commenced a new Storyr by T. S. Arthur, entitled I . , "Nothlnr but SIoneT.j 3li.s Towmtend will continue to furnkth,rfglar1y,tho charming stories and exquisite picturo-akrUhra, wMrf have been the delight of so )nany rratWt. Wbila writers of the first talent and reputation will give their brat effrU to our page. Beside ita rarefally editrdl Lilrrary De partment, a portion of the Magazine Is d.foit! to bjru of special interest, to the Uome circle. Itlhasa llaJtte Department; a 'Mother's Department; a. Toilet and Work -Table Department ; a Boy's and Girl's Treawy a House keeper' RepoiUry, and a Revirw Department, etv In order to meet the wants and wih? of a Urrv aafa ber of ladies, attention is paid to ToikrNaud cdle-wrk matters. - i Fi-om six to eight page of Needle-work Patterns, Draw ings of Cloaks, I) rcssea, Msntlea, ltobr, Capes, lioaark. Caps, Collars, Slippers, Headd reave. Uoderlwjre, Cfill drrna. Drrsae, etc., rte., etc., aprrar'i4eh a amber Thus furnishing latcat atjkf of Dreaa and 1'atterat tor .Embroidery in an almost etidlea variety, k the cstrot ttC nearly a hnndn-d pages. daring th year. Bad iacladlag several hundred dinrnt design and crure. -. An elegant Steel KngrETirg is given In each number ol the Magazine. .7 j ' . - The price to Clubn i made so low Ibat thrra U careely a family in the land that bay not recciv the regular montnly visits of the Home; Magazine. 1 rour peinonn, by joining in a CUb, raa procure tH Home Magazine for a ycatf each. 1-. . . . at the trifling rost of $1 2 I'reoifama. : We offer two eleffaot and! attrartive trel rnrravlar a fireminms to all whoake tap Clnb. One of them Is ral d "Seventy-six," and is U inrhebr 20; theotlier, "Ua Knew the Sciiptures from his Youth. ' li iirhr by I6J-'. Tbev are firt-cla enrrarinirs as to rxecwllon, and wilT mak'e handsome ornament for any parlor. The publUbefV price for these plate is f I 0 each. . ' Termii ' 1 copv (and one of the premium plate.) 1100 ! I 00- 2 copie (and one of the premium platra to getter " up of Club,) j . . f 2 copies (and one of the premium, plates to getter up ut Club.) I I 4 copies (and one of the premium plate to getttr up of Club,) . L I 8 cople (and an extra copy of Magazine, and one ' i premium plate to getter Up f Club,) , ' 12 copies (and aa extra copy of Magazine, and botJi- premium plat- to jrettef ap of Clab,) ,17 copies (and -an -extra copy of Magazine aa4 twh nrimiam rllti-l to fitter BP OI Club. I i oo i S 09 10 09 is oS 20 0 In ordering premiums, three red ataaip nut 1 eat, ia? every caae, to pay the cot bf mailing each praalam. It is not required that ai the subacribert lr club be at the same Poat-otlice. I !,' . I1 . ., Specimen numbers scat to all ho ui t SbUcrib, r make up clubs. ; Clubbing. Horn Jfagazine and God-.y's Lady V Rk, awe jearr Home Magazine and Harpert Magwiae,onyear, tX H Home Marazinc and.Satarday Evening Pnt, fl L Address I T8. AKtJlUK A CO., , j r 323 Walnut Strea. Phihuklphia. BLiACKWOOlTS MAOAZ1JIE A5D JJIIITV . ; ISII REVIiriYK. i . T SCOTT k CO., New! York. emtian UjhU tt Jjf. following leading umua renouicai, ti lha lxnaon wrwriy, The Edinburffh Review, Whg,) a aaE aaL aawaa aa w m m m w m a v - The North Britiah Review, ( Frei .- . . . , ft ;Kji rM Ckuren. 1 lie .iviui u" " , - - rv.W.t.i.Mi Ylrim. Liberal. 1 J . , CB&M.M. - . mf w , Tbeae renoaicau aoiv rrpn:-. -v- . X , eal parties of Great Brltaia Whig, Tory, and Radical-. but politic fn-m only onetatuw ui their r Lac acter. As or-rana of the moat profound writers on Scfc'5e, Litcra tare, Mondity, d sUlia tfBtr stand. stood, unrivalled a me woriu w . " . iadispetuable to the scholar aad the prtfewjoual , 'i.-i5. k. (n.n;.nt rc.er rf every claaa taer iar a aaore correct and uUisfactory record of the wrreal Cler atare of the day, throughout the world, lhaa ran Uj pos aibly obtained front any other sou roe. ' ! EARLY COPIES. - . . 'f Th receipt of advance iheetf from the BrtA.b p ers rives additional value to the KfpriU. lna-i-fca ibey ea now be placed U the- hand of the auUerihwB about a soon a the original editumi.. -' . ' ' rEi-ii ' ' '; - T: " '' ' J. S 00 tot anv two ot im 'VW1 ? ' . " For anV three of the foauf Rev cw For alf four of the Reviews, For Blackwood Magaxiaje, 7 00 S 00 s oa i CJ 7 CO) 9 ta- , ror eiacawo ' For Blackwood and two Bf7ew. . , For Blackwood and threa; Review. , ni CO For Blacxwooa asa r"- . Money current U the S tawhera hwaad wJ U uclT edatpar, , CLUBBING. ! ' . " a ;w-.t Af tweatr-fiye per eeaLfrom tha above prices wiU toXwed Z albn oXiag four or aaru ts Jf Tmr man of the above wrA. , Thus, four e pC mTJoodo7lrooe lUview, will be seat toone addre-fS7fo-rpiea of the four Review, aad BUclw oud tor fJrfa!ia all the principal dtiea and loww thews works will be delrrtred Ire of Pj0ta;.. Wm rnaiL the postage to any fuX f the United Sutea wfl! ba but twcntJ-Cour rent a rear for Black woodland but (wt; teen renU ayear lor raebef tha Kaviewa.' ; N. B. The pricw in Great Britaia ef tbtfirt rcriicllj above samed is Til per aanucx. . . r 4 ! A - 11" ( r 1

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view