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SSf HE? NOTH-CAROllNA TANDAIW : . DNESDAY, OCTOBER; 11,. 1854.-
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'HAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT RALEIGH.
r;tff; end Departure rf BaUroaJ and Stupe Lint at and
NORTHERN MAIL, (By Railroad)
' eaves daily JM' m
arrives daily : ut 6"P'W'
(Mail close at G's a. m.J
SOUTHERN MAIL, (Bt Two-horse
Arr;te9 dailv 1
(Mail closes at G; - m.)
ri'ESTERN MAIL, .Br Foik-hokss Coaches,)
l wcsda.lv t 2t. -.,.,.
,mTM daulv ,
(Mail closes ai e . m.)
ITITTSROROCGH MAIL. V-r Two-house Hack,
lves Sunday and Wednesday at -
Arrive Monday and Thursday ........ ' ' 1'- ,u'
(Mail closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at V p.n:.;
GOLDSBOROUGIt MAIL, (By Focr-horse Coach.)
Arrives dailv, icxcvnt Monday, -1 11
(Mail closes at t j. a.)
TAKBOROUGII MAIL, (Uv Two-hobsc
leaves M.mdar, Wednt-sd: and I r.day, .... at a a. n.
Arrirc-s Tuesday. Thun-la.v anrt ;.V " ft 9 f
(Uail closes ikmdu;,-, Tausday and 1 .mn.dax at 9 p. bl;
ROXBOROUGH MAIL, ',1'y IIokse;, m
lTC3 Friday J J "m
Arrires i riday - -
g(Mail close rriday al 1 m.)
AGRICULTURAL MACIUfll!."l-'.ne "
senber has on hand the largest stock of Farming Im
plements to be found in the State, embraciug horse P"""eJ?
which have takeu the lirst premiums at the late Fair, held
in Rdlttimoro and this citv ; wheat Threshers, wheat Drills
seed Sowtrs, com Planters, Corn shelters of every kind, to
shell front 8Mto ir.00 bushels per day, whico are sold low,
and warranted fnllv equal to any to be found m the Xnion ;
straw cutters for hand and horse power, hommy Mills, Urisi
mills capable of grinding 20 bushels of good meal per hour;
f 'i. v..,rfnhlo "nti'i-.". Fan nulls, some t
which have taken )a premiums with several medals and cer-
,.r.t...: ,!nr.m nmr a others : Harrows (;l
one, two, three and four horses, as large ana aesirao.e u.,
sortment ps cn be found in anv house norther smith, with
40 tons of Flow Cast ings to suit ; ox 1 okes, ox Hows, oke
irons, Row pins, whiffle Trees, Trase Chains, Os and I,og
Chains Axes, Orub hoes, wedges, Drag and t-iltivt.ii
III V" CMVU.f ..'
! T....rl vroilnx kliiivi'lv I- OIKS, i some V. or
! en Tools, hoes, Garden Flows and Cultivators. Chain Pumps,
! Cast Iron Pumps, Cardeu Engines, l ost-hole Augers, Run
' Rings, Ox Ralls, Rut tor Chums, with every other desirable
I Implement for the Farm, to be found in anv Agricultural
ii..:... ..ti, iiV mnnv other desirable eools,
viz : Iter Iron of nil sizes for the farm. blacKSimiu, snip
wright, carriage makers, Ac. fec; bellows, anvils, vices,
stocks and dies hand and sledge hammers, blast pipes, cart
boxes, carriage axles and springs, couldrous and other hol
low castings, grindstones framed and not trained, with fric
tion rollers lbr same, &c, with a large lot of superior green
aud black teas, cigars, white and colored carpet warp, hemp
twine for sturgeon nets, wrought and cut nails, ship and
bout spikes, viih a great ninny other goods, which cannot
he enumerated in an advertisement. All in want, are invi
ted to call and .supply themselves on the best terms.
1 r " S. MARCH.
Norfolk. Va., Dec. IS, 1853. 10
E SG1NEERI X C J .
THE UNDERSIGNED i71hE1VRED TO TURNISII
plans, speeitieutions, and est. .nates, and to col.trnci for
TKM FNOINES and BOILERS. SAW AND CRIST
MILLS MINING MACHINERY, U1STIM.1, AM)
riTMPING ENGINES, TOBACCO FRESSESAND
Machinery of Every Description.
Being a practical Machinis', and having had scvb years
prie1co in Noiil. Carolina. I am fully aare ;t the wauls
f the people, and I can safely s;iy that my lac.htics for lur
ishinir (rood Machinerv t l.i puces are unsurpassed. I
will piv particular attention to putting up any machinery
ia anv p.rt of the States of North and ouih tavolimi.
Agent for MrClintocl.s patent SaJcty alve, and Scott s
tnt Brick Machine. Ac. c.
iti-Jcigh, N. C. i
Texas Real Estate Brokerage,
COLLECTING AND LAND AGENCY.
"AYMOSD, FREEMAN A CO.,
ATTOKXHVS AT LAW,
City if Auttip, Tcxa.
r P. FRKBMAX. JB. K. C. KAYNOND. C. E. FRKKMAS
HOMES IN TEXAS.-AND SAFE INVESTMENTS
obtained through ih:s Agency.
t'lPEUTY to ihe iniercst of so-rostdents.
Rbcisters of lan.l for sale, in all parts of the State; full
xhibits of title and accurate descriptions, also registers ol
town aud city lots.
l.AM'S located, bought and sold.
Claims aguinst the State or individuals collected and ad
justed, and'remittances made by exchange on New Orleans,
t.r anv of the northern cities, it L'sred.
A THOUOfcii and intimate knowledge of the country, and
the land system, insures superior locations and the best
titles. " ', . .
Strangles looking at Texr.s may always have some lead
ing hems and useful hints at the ollii o cf this Agency.
Kkcistf.rs open for examinatioi;.
Onice in Congress Avenue.
i;ay2o. is'). M 1 y.
EWELRY ANU FANCY GOODS CHEAP
ER THAN EV ER '. ! The Subscribers take great plear
tre in informing the citizens of Raleigh and vic.nity, that
thev have just received an entirely ucv stock of ail the ai
sles in their line.
Thankful for the llbrral patronage already received, ihoy
wiil do all iu their power to dtwjrve a c.u!iiiuancs of the
Their present stock cv.nslsts in pr.rt of
JEWELRY Gold Earrings, Breastpins, CulTpins, FSngcr
rings, Sloevebut tons, Braceiots, Lockets, Fob and Guard
Cliains, Pencils. Pens, Vt'atehrs, Ac, Ac.
FANCY GOODS, Ac., B-rl.u and French Caskefs. Fur
nish leather Rotic.tliv of all sizjs, I'a:ir iuache Workbox
Spanish and French Fans from i" cents to ?7 Oo, Port
BOtni?s oi Lev.her, Velrtt and I'car!, French Cigar cases.
Pocket books, Wosletihi lm celebrated Cutlery, Dre. .ng
and l'l -ck-.it Combs of 1 very.; Buffalo India Rubber and r.und
Combs, Puff, Tucking and. side Combs, Fabar's petieds,
trench flower-.varos.of all descriptions. Fancy cups and sau
rs, from i-' cents to ?, Gothic 1 and day Clocks, Ger
man silver Castors, wax. Lid, crying and India Rubber dolls
f al! si;es. Looking Gi-usse. from r. cents io ?i
All kinds cf I'-jriumory and T-)iiet requisites.
I'hina and t'S lassw.-ire f various descriptions, .vc.
CONFECTIONARY. Ac. C..uii;ion and French Car.d:r,
Fiokias, Prusirres Israndy Fruit, Prune. Uaisln.s.CuiTant .
Citron. Nuts. Vim.-, Ymrg.-.r, Porlt-r. Ale. ('idiais. BiTteis,
Bchiedam Schcaus. Ac, 4r. I'. MAHI.LR A CO.
Raleigh, April lo, 1
FALL AND WINTER GOODS---IS0I.
McGEE & WILLIAMS,
4 RE NOV RECEIVING AND OPENING AT THE
Store formerly occupied by V. C. Tucker their Stock
of new and desirable Goods, embracing
INDIA DRY GOODS.
All of which having been bought upon the most favora
ble terms, they trcl confident that purchasers will find it to
their iuterest to call and examine their stock before supply
in? themselves elsewhere.
j Raleigh, Sep?. IS, 1 "!. SO
BARGAINS FOR THE PEOPLE I
F i rs t New Fall Goods in Market!!
-5KJEW FLOURING MILL. THE SUBSCRIBER S
XM NEW FLOURING MILL is now in successful opcra
llon and ha is ;iimin out a very superior article of flour.
He w now ready f-.r custom, which hr respectfully solicits.
Ybabest cash pric pa;d tr v. iu-:T.
My Miiis ar.j iiua:&d wkhin aboci two railes of Rahjih,
a Vt'ilaat Cicck.
V-. F. COLLINS.
3?tt. 27, 1533. sn tf.
VALUABLE COTTON FACTORY AND
21 ILLS FOR SALE -TIIE UNDERSIGNED,
pursuant t ) ;;a Order f Court of iiijuitv. vriii ufll-r tn the
liighest bidder on the premises, ri ih Jii?l i f lir Ji'ircr,
irt, J'jtc:uik :.u.ify, ibout one udle ironi Rocky Mount
Depot, on Vtjduisihiv tht' 1st d iv of Noveiuber next, th.s
FACTORY AND MILLS owned 'by the :.i a Jatius S. Bat
tle and William S. Iiat'lo a'so sovenil small tracts of
Ijiind adjaceat thereto. The said Factory lias been worked
f jr many vears in ili-s spinning of Cotton Yarn, and is
now in ftt!l operation being well ii t ted with every kind of
machinery necessary ttj ibat husinc.-s. and having a now
aud substantia' stoi.e dam wh'ch has been recently elected
a great coar. Near by the said Factory there is A GRIST
MILL, with lie pair of stone s, which is likewise in fuil op
ration, and also A S AW MH.L.which lias been in constant
use a preat number of years, with a new Circular Saw rt
tetitlv put til. AViih till v i.cres of land tn which are loca
ted A FINED WELLING, Together with other buildings
uitod for the habitation cf Overseers and Operatives.
With the Siid Frcti.ry and Mills will be sold. tecertU fiuu'J
JjiU f .an-, otie lot cf t-o acres, suitable for furnishing
timber for the saw. Th:s sale presents to the capitalist a
fine opportunity for a profitable investment.
At the s.ime time will be sold, a Lot of or 8 acre on
the north sida of ihe river, on wh'ch is A STORE HOUSE.
Also, a Lot of one or two acres at Rocky Mount Depot, on
which is also a Store House. Likewise, a small piece of
piney wood land, about two miles from the Fails, of loo
Term the purchaser of the Factory and M'lls will bo
required to give bond with able sureties, payable in four
qual annual instalment:?, wiih intetest ft 011 the day of sale.
The purchaser of the other property will be required to
give bond with able sureties, payable in nine and eighteen
moulhs wilh interest from dav of sale.
KENLLM 11. LEWIS, C. M.
Sept. ISth, 1?.M. ST td.
BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. THE nV
DROMAGiiN, or water-proof Aai'i-'Xiifuinvtlvi (..rk
Siit. JfiT.titu-ired by Haucocrt, Bradley & Co. 44 Mar
ie it Street, Manchester.
Principal Warehouse,102 Wood Street,Chenpside,London,
Kngknd. American Establishments, 33 Ann Street & 10:4
Nassau Street, New York, V. S.
The Hydromngen is a valuable discovery for protecting
the feet trom damp or cold, and therefore" a preventive of
many I. iag dise-tses, uii.'wtit any d'ic'oring tciuttever. The
Ilydromagcn is in tho form of a sole, and" worn inside of
the boot or shoe. It medicated character 13 a powerful
antidote to disease.
For gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm and heal
thy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather.'as the foo tcan
not become wet if the Ilydromagcn is inserted. Ladies may
wear the lightest soled lioots or shoes in the most inclement
weather with impunity, while Consumption, so prevalent a
inong the young of our country, may be thwarted by their
general adoption. They entirely tujiersed over-shoes', as the
latter cause the feet to perspire In arery unhealthy manner;
and, besides, are not dangerous to wear to pedestrians in
ey weather, like tho India rubbers. While the latter cause
the feet to appear extremely large, the Hydromagen, being
a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly placed inside,
does not increase the size ot the boot, or cause the foot to
appear untidy. To children they are extremely valuable,
they may engage in exercise "with comfort and healthy
effects. Their expense is so slight as to scarce need men
tion : besides, those who patroivre them will lind their
yearly doctor' hill much dimiiuftta ihenby.
As the Ilydromagcn is bee lining more known, its sale is
increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last year in
London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow,
Leeds, Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, and Berlin, our
talcs reached 1,732,4S0 pairs of Cork Soles. This year the
number will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a preven
tive for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Con
sumption. Men's Sizs, pr. pair, 85 CnsTS.
Ladikb' d;. do 30 do
Boys' A Misses' 25 do
Nones. From the Retail Prices we make a rerv liberal
allowauee to Jobbers and Wholesalers, so that aify store
keeper may make a tine profit m their sale, while they are
an article that may bo kept in any store, among any class
vi guvuD. xur terms, apply 10
Ptptemhcr 20, 1S."4.
COURT, 3RADLEV, A CO.
88 Ann Street, New York.
BOOTS, GAITERS AND SHOES A BEAU
Hful supply of Gentlemen's aud Ladie's Boots, Gaiters
Shtes,juHt opened mt
. B. B. SMITH'S.
Angara 2", 1S34, 7g
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY" OF RICH AND FASHION
ABLE DRY GOODS, embracing every variety aud
style just at hand and to which the attention of purchasers
and especially of ladies aud gcntlemeu of judgment and
laste is respectfully invited, consisting in part of
Rich new style Cashmeres aud Rcrage Delancs, splendid
black and colored Silks,
French Muslins and Calicoes,
English and Amer can Prints,
French and English Ginghams.
Beautiful Mourning and halt Mcurnirg Calicoes and
A beautiful lot of Gimp, Velvet Trimmings, and
St lk Fringes and Laces,
Black A'pacca and Canton Cloths,
Sontaj; and Grass Linen Skirts.
Spendid Black, Blue and Fancy colored Mantillas,
J'lain and tancv lassi meres
Irish Linen and Cotton Shirting.
B. B. SMITH.
A RTICLES IN ROSEWOOD, &c. L0ND0N
.niHde Portable Desks, for Ladies or Gentlemen, some
o m h'ch are inlaid with pear!, have secret dtawers, and are
lii-ed wih s:!k velvet. Our assortment of Desks is very
Jidics" and Gcnik'tncu's Dressing Cases, of Rosewood,
Ebony, Ac. plain aiid furnished, in variety.
L::iiies ork Boxes, of French, English and German man
ufacture, some of v. liich are splendidly furnished, ar.d are
very suitable for bridal or other presents.
t tlove Boxes, of rosewood, ebouy, enamelled wood, Ac.
Odor Boxes, of ebony, rosewood, Ac, with bottles cotn
j!et!i. Papier MacL'e Goods, Ac. Consisting of Port Folios,
V.'i.rk Rot. s. Portable Desks, Tables, Port Monnaies, Ac.
'Ihese Goods are of the vei v finest quality.
lor :te ty ' HENRY D. TURNER,
N. C. Book Store.
Rale'gh. January C, 154.
VKERY & CONFECTIONARY. PL"TT:CK
A MITCHELL would respectfully inform the public
that their establishment is now in the " full tide of success
ful experiment, and they are prepared to execute all orders
in their 1-ne : hi Cake ar.d Bread-baking. Candy making, Ac.
Nil's. Fruits, Groccr.es, Ac. always kept on hand.
CIGARS. Our stock of Cigars is very large, some of them
of she choicest brands, such as Ele Gratitude, Cobden Rega
lias, Silvas. Excelsior, EI Ciervo, Steamboat Principes, and
a rarioty too numerous to mention.
Parties in the City or country furnished with every
description of Confcctioiiaries, on the shortest notice and
most reasonable terms. BRIDE'S CAKE carefully packed
and sent to any part '.I the State. Sugar and Molasses Cakes,
aiso Candy, su.table for country Stores, packed in barrels or
smaller packages, cheaper than they can be bought at any
other House in North Carolina or Virginia. Low profits and
quick sales, is our motto.
Ku'.cigh, Mav ii-i;. 1SS?. 5.1 tf.
LEAS A NT GROVE MALE ACADEMY,
Ii .-. wo-,'. A". C WILLIAM M. CRENSHAW. A.
., Principal. The Seventh Session of this institution will
commence on the Cud Monday in January next. Tuition from
7 to ;. per session. The Academy is .situated 1 mile from
Forestville. The location of this institution for health, mor
ality and convenience cannot be surpassed bv any. The
Trustees of th's school have more than realized their expec
tations in Mr. Crknshaw as a teacher, and would say to the
publ e that he is a thorough scholar and a good instructor.
Board can be had at fit per mouth. For further particulars
address Du. WESLEY HARTSFIKLD.
Forestville, Wake Co., N. C
Nov. 20, IS.'S. 3 tf.
A CARD.- THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECT
".FULI.Y announce to the Citizens of Raleigh and vi
cinity, that he is prepared now for manufacturing all kinds
of Gold and Silver ware, viz: Goblets, Mugs, Teapots, Ear
rings and Finger-rings, Breastpins, Bracelets, Ac, Ac; Set
ting Jewels and Repairing ail kinds of Jewelry in a manner
warranted to trive satisfaction ; Engraving and Chasing of
every description in t style not to be surpassed.
All orders may be left at F. Mahler's A Co., where he has
taken the room adjoining the storeroom.
II . MAULER.
P. S. The most reasonable rate given for Old Gold and
Raleigh, April 15, lSr,4. 44 ly.
TfcTORTII CAROLINA EDITION OF MTTCII-
ll ELL'S INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. A sys
tem of Modern Geography, coniprisiug a description of the
present state of tho world, and its five great divisions, Ame
rica, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceanica, with their several
Empires, kingdoms, States, Territories, etc., Illustrated
by more than forty colored Maps, and numerous Wood-cut
Engravings, and designed for the instruction of Youth in
Schools and Families, by S. Augustus Mitchell. To which
is added a 'Geography of North Carolina, compiled for the
use of Families, Academies and Schools, by C. H. Wiley.
For sale by
W. L. P0MER0Y.
Raleigh, April 10, 1354, 42.
THE CELEBRATED RAHAT-EE-LOKOOM OR
TUQK1SH FIG-PASTE A delicious article of con
fectionary for the well, aud an agreeable and nufricious
food for the ill and feeble; good for Coughs and Colds, and
particularly beneficial and strengthening for weak Lungs.
Also a lot of fine Pine-Apples, Maple Sugar, and Crystal
ized fruit. Call soou at
New Confectionary Store.
Raleigh. N. C May, fi, 1S54. 49 tf.
BAIN, HATTON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, FOKWAIIDIXG, PRODUCE AND
Comer King and Water Sis.,
Give their personal attention to the sale and shipment of
ail kinds of Produce and Merchandise, and make liberal ad
vances on consignments.
D. A. BAIN, I E. A. HATTON, G. M. BAIN, jr.
Portsmouth, Va., March 27, 1844. S8
1JULLEN & BELVIN, DEALERS IN ENGLISH.
JL GERMAN, AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, COACH
TRIMMINGS, CROCKERY AND WOOD WARE CUT
LERY, GUNS AND EDGE TOOLS. BoUina cloth, rf-,?. rf-.
K. ;-MinTs CouxKit, Raleigh, N. C Pocket and Table
Knives, Drawing Knives, Adzes, Vices, Halter and Trace
attains, J Jammers, Axes, Augurs, Anvils, Hinges, Screws,
Chisels, Hoes, Spades and Shovels, Iron Ware, wrought cut
and spike Nails, Wood Ware, Coach Trimmings, Bolting
Cloths, Crockery Ware, and" every style of House-keeping
articles, and Farmer's and Mechanic's tools.
Raleigh, May 5, 1853. 49 tf.
TTUST TO HAND. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
choice CIGARS and amongst them that favorite brand
La Palmetta. '
Also a large lot of that superior Smoking Tobacco. Fine
Old Mild. Call at T. MAHLER'S A CO.
April 10 1854. oa
. mTORTH.CAKOi.iHA rat it'ii n.ini-i.
! 11 COMPANY, J2aMfl,---Thiii Company has been m
fcuccessful operation lor more .man seven years,
tiunes to take risks upon all classes of property m tho State
(except Steam Mills and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon fa
vorable terms. ... . ,
Its Policies now cover property amounting to $,ouvi,vw,
large portion of which is in country risks: and its pre
nt Capital is over Six Hundred Thousand Dollars, in bonds
John Cox. Edenton,
Joshua Boxnkr, Salem,
J. n. Pool, Elizabeth City,
F. F.-F'agas, Plymouth,
Alex'r Mitchell, Newbeiu,
W. N. H. Smith, Muifrecs-
H. B. Williams, Charlotte,
John B. Barrrtt, Milton,
A. T. Scmmy, Ashcville.
to receive applications.
'lf Kveraire cost of Insurance upon the plan of this Com
pany, has been less than one-third of oue per cent per an
num, on all grades of property embraced in its operations.
The following persons have been elected Directors and
Officers of tins Uompanv ior me present, year
Jos. G. B. RormAC,
C. W. I). HcTcm.sGS,
Jxo. R. Williams,
John Put hose,
H. D. Tl'ENKR,
S. W. Whitixo,
T. II. Selbv.
Geo. McNeil, Fayetteville,
J. G. Wright, Wilmington,
Jas. E. Hott, Washington,
James Sloax. Greensboro',
All Directors are authorised
J. G. B. RorxnAC, president,
Henry D. Tcrxkr, Vice-Prtidtnt,
iS. W. Whiting, Treasurer,
Jons C. Pahtriiige, Secretary,
John H. Bryan, Attorney,
J. Hersmax, General Agtnt,
S. W. Whiting, )
Jxo. R. Williams, VExecxitut Committe.
John Primrose, )
All communications in reference to Insurance should be
addressed to the Secretary, post paid.
JOHN C. PARTRIDGE, Secretary.
Raleigh, Jan. 11, 18.'3. 19
CASWELL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY. This Company, chartered at the lust ses
siou of the General Assembly of North Carolina, and located
in the town of Milton, has been fully organized, and is now
frcpared to receive applications for Insurance on Houses,
uruitui e, Goods, Factories, Ac. The terms will be the same
as those of the other Mutual Fire Insurance Companies of
All applications must state the location and situation of the
buildings and other property on which Insurance is desired.
The undersigned has been appointed General Agent for
this Company, and he is also the Agent for the .Etna Fire
Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, nnd the Hart
ford Insurance Company, located in the same place.
All applications for Insurant-'.- or local Agencies to be ad
dressed to Willie J. Palmer, fteretaru, or the subscriber..
NATHANIEL J. PALMER.
Milton, N. C, April 15th, 1S53. 4:5 tf.
SCE CREAM I I THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECT
FULLY informs the citizens of Raleigh, and the Ladies
in particular, that he is now ready to lurnish them with
ICE CREAM having opened a large Saloon expressly for
the Ladies, and one also for Gentlemen, he hopes, by strict
attention and also by giving them something palatable, that
he will receive a liberal shae of their patronage.
8 doors below Messrs. Tucker A Bro.
N. B. Persons wishing to get ICE CREAM, by the gal
lon, will please give notice the day before they wish it.
FRESH CREAM for :
ANTED I PERSONS HAVING
sale will please call at
Raleigh, May 10, 1?."4. 51
0 MILL-OWNERS and THOSE WHO INTEND
BUILDING MILLS. The Subscribers, beine de
sirous of extending their business farther south, respect fnl-
p .1 . :V 1: . 1.-I..... Mill ,!.., ,V,A
IV imorill IllOSW lUlClllUll 10 CI Vtl X luui ..amo, in.,, iiiir.,
a"re prepared to furnish all kinds of materials necessary for
such establishments, such as Iron-work, Burr Millstones,
Bolting Cloths, Ac, Ac. Being practical Millwrights, they
are fully competent and prepared to execute all orders in
tlu-ir line, aud will warrant their work to be executed in
the best manner. Address
HASKELL A STOCKWELL,
April 2.-, IS"!. lOlU wtf.
TT7.0RM BOOK. THE NORTH CAROLINA FORM
M. Book ; containing all the most useful forms which oc
cur in business transactions between m.-.n and man, as well
as in official stations; together with the Constitution of
North. Can lina and of the United States; tho Act fixing thu
Fees of Clerks, Sheriffs, Ac, calculated for the use of the
citizens of North Carolina, and made conformable to law.
Compiled bv a member of the NV.rtl Carolina Bar.
For sale at the North Carolina Br ..-Store, bv
HENRY D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Aug. 12, 1S.".3. 77
ALEIGII AND GASTON ROAD. ON AND
after "d July the Passenger Train will leave the Depot
ai Raleicrh at half past 6 A. M. stop 85 iniuutes at Frank
liuton, aud r?ach Weldon at half past 11, in time for pas
sengers to take the Wilmington train going South, and the
Peter. burg and Portsmouth trains going North.
Re'iui M i.g, it will !eae Weidon at il P. M., after the ar
rival of the train from Wilmington, and reach Raleigh at
half'i.asf i P. M.
OU:cc Raleigh nnd Gaston R. R. C..,
June -Uth, lsj4.
TTaAINT'S, OILS &
JL is 1
VARNISH. The Subscriber
receiving his Spring stock of Paints, Oils and Var
nishes, of all kinds and qualities, and in quantities, com
mesurate wiih the ereatlv increased demand. He wouid
call especial attention to his superior quality of Pure White
I.ea.l. l.inse-d Oil, Condi and rurmture arnisn, ana re
spectfully inv't purchasers to Examine his Stock and
prices before buying in this or the northern Markets, bc'.icv
iust h is able to civc them superior inducements.
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, March 23, 1S:A. 8S
,SAGE ORANGE. The Hedge Plant of America,
'The Osatre Oransre, has more than met the most san
guine expectations of its friends ; and so far as regards the
great object in view, a good and beautiful fence, adaptation
to our climate, variety of soil, hardiness, easy propagation,
nnd cheapness, it is all that can be desired. A supply of
the seed, and a Treatise on the cultivation of the plant, mav
be had of P. F. PESCUD. "
Raleigh; March 23, Is!. S3
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
TunWt Wliarf, Town J'oint,
P.erenet Messrs Bloodgood k Co., E. P. Tabh, & Co.,
and Alex'r. Bell, Esq., Norfolk; Hon. Asa Biggs, William
stou, N. C. ; Col. J. B. G. Roulhac, Raleigh, N. C. ; Lewis
Thompson. Esq., Hotel, N. C.
February 1. ls.-,4. j 23 lysw.
Fall and Winter, 1853.
UST RE' ""HIVED BY THE SUBSCRIBER:
Black and lored Silks.
French an.. English Merinoes, a fine assortment,
Printed and Plain Muslin DeLains,
Worked Collars and Uiidursleevcs,
Embr'd and Plain Linen Cambric Il'd'k'fs,
Muslin and Lace Edgings, a great variety,
Ladies and Oentlemens Gloves, of all kinds,
White and Tan Colored floss skirting.
For sale bv J. BROWN.
No. 9, Favetteville Street.
Raleigh, Sept. 20, 1353. ' 90
S3 TEAM REFINED CANDIES, OF VERY
pcrior quality tor exportation
Soulh, at Wholesale
Candies assorted per lb. C 12 cents.
Candies assorted per lb. B 15 do
Candies assorted per lb. Fancy 20 to 25 do
The above Candies wo warrant to be equal in every re
spect to any made in this country, and will keep in any
climate. Orders enclosing cash or satisfactory reference
promptly forwarded to any part of the United States and
the West Indies. SAM'L. H. MARKS & SON.
Petersburg, March 24, 1854. 37
LANKETS AND FLANNELS. 6-4. 10-4. 11-4.
L 12-4 and 13-4 sup'r Bed Blankets, Crib and Cradle do.,
White, Blue, Red and Green Mackinaw Blankets.
Negro Blankets all kinds, Saddle and Horse do.,
White, Red, Yellow, Green and Gray Flannels, all grades,
Fancy French, Flannels for Sacks, all colors,
In store oud for sale by JAMES McKIMMON.
TTEGRO GOODS. KERSEYS OF ALL GRADES,
Xl Plaid, Striped and Plain Linseys,
Marlboro' aud Gala Stripes and Plaids,
Cotton Osnaburgs and Heavy Shirtings,
Russet & Black Brogans Heavy Boots, just received and
for sale by JAMES McKIMMON.
ATS. SUPERIOR BLACK MOLESKIN, SEPTEM
1 Case Cassimere Hats for Wintel,
Mexican and other Fancy Hats,
Good Wool Hats for Farmers, Ac.
, . 9, Fayetteville Street.
Raleigh, Sept. 2(5, 1853. 90
SAMUEL W. PEPPER,
nEXRY J. PEPPER k SON,
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware, No.175 Cheenut St.
opposite the State House, Philadelphia, Pa.
June 6, 18-54. 53 jv.
SUPERIOR HAVANA SEGARS. 80,000 VERY
K!9superinr Havana Segars.
lOO.DOO Good German Segars.
50,000 Domestic Segars.
Just received and for sale bv
BAIN, HATTON k CO.,
, , Portsmouth, Va,
July 13, 18B4. 69
WO. I, FAMILY GROCERIES. Stewart Syrup
1 and Molasses, Brown, Clarified, Pulverized, Crushed
and Loaf Sugars, Rio, Laguira, Moca, Maricabo, and Java
Cotlees, Maccaroni, Vermacilli, Corn Starch for Pnddintrs
in nrnun A T 1 1. m . 1 . , r, O
v-icci. ouu uiwi ie, vuucuiiac ana jjoco, sperm
Adamantine and Tallow candles, Var gated, Rosin and
Turpentine Soaps, Pure Cider Vinegar.
Baleigh, April 10, 1854.
H. k R.
TTORTH-CAROLINA A, NORFOLK THE
y PRACTICAL HATTERS would respectfully call the
attention o( the "Trade" and "Dealers" to their stock of
t, SPRING AND SUMMER- HATS,
the largest and best that has ever been offered in Norfolk,
and not surpassed bv anv, and at prices that cannot fail to
five satisfaction. They are confident that Merchants will
nd it to their advantage to call before ruakinrvtheir pur
chases. Those that are willing to extend to us their 'gatron
age may rely on having Goods, whether of our ownlltnn-
laciure or imported, as .Fashionable, Pine and Cheap as any
iwouera joooer. we earnestly request Merchants to coil
and be con vinced that we are prepared and will furnish every
miug m our line on the best terms.
Ladies' and Misses' Bonnets in great variety. Canes and
carefully compiled for the standard.
. . Government of the United States.
" - Salary.
FRANKLIN PIERCE, President, .: -25,00O
William L. Maucy, of New-York, Secretary of State, 8,000
James Guthrie, ol Kentucky, Secretary of Treasury, - 8,000
Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, Secretary of War, 8,000
James C. Dobbim, of North-Carolina, Sec'y of Navy, 8,000
T A , i-, , - i : o . f T : r i
., ' 7 ,, 7 1 7 ,Tf- - aiCVylLLAJVW, ol nilcuii'KU, ownjuuT oi interior, o,wu
We earnestly request Merchants to rTsjAME8 CiMrmur'oi Pennsylvania, Postntastcr-Gen., 8,000
Ualbb Cushixg, of Massachusetts, Attorney-General, 8,000
This beautiful instrument is considered one of the great
est and most useful inventions of the age. It wouid be im
possible, by the minutest description, to give a correct idea
of its utility. Hats made by it will fit the most difficult
heads, conforming to every protuberance and depression of
the cranium, thus preventing the unpleasant feeling of a
new Hat and painful headache. We could give you certifi
cates of Physicians and the experience of the Trade, but pre
fer that all may examine for themselves. No one can pro
perly appreciate its advantages without haying one of our
Hats made to order in the most fashionable manner,
and without extra charge.
STEVENS k BUTT,
No. 7 Market' Square,
May 11, 1853. 51 tf.
T EATHER FOR SPRING SALES, WH0LE
MJ SALE AND RETAIL. We respectfully inform our
friends and the public that we have in store a large and most
excellent Slock of Leather and Findingx, for the Spring
Trade, which we will sell as low as any other establishment
South of New York, and for less price than they can be had
even there, expenses of travelling, freight, Ac, considered.
All of our purchases having been made from the Impor
ters and Manufacturers by the whole case or package, and
the advantage of receiving Leather regularly from our own
Tannery, places it in our power to sell Good's as above stat
ed. Those who wish to buy cannot lose by giving our stock
an examination, and we believe we shall be able to please,
both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate some of
the leading articles viz:
20 dozen of Crawford's Calf Skins (this maker had the
premium awarded to him at the World's Fair held in
London in ISM.)
40 dozen French Skins, best quality,
40 " American Calf Skins,
90 " Lining and Binding Skins,
10 " .Morocco Skins,
800 Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Solo Leather,
50 " Band Leather,
Lasfs, Boot-Trees, Shoe aud Boot Maker's Tools of every
kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools.
Also, Sowed Brogans of our own manufacture, warranted
to give satisfaction, aud many other articles too numerous
to mention, at No. 21, Old street, opposite B. P. Harrison's
Saddlery. F. A. k R. H. FORD.
N. B." We pay the highest price in cash for Green and
Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store.
Petersburg, May 5, 1852. tf.
Petersburg Female College.
THE FIRST SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION
will commence on the last Wednesday in this month
(27th day of September,) aud close on the 15th July, 1S55.
Rev. GEORGE W. CARTER,
President, and Prof. Belle Lettres, Ethics, Ac.
ROBERT KERR, A. M..
Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
WILLIAMS T7DAVIS, A. M..
Ancient Languages and Literature.
Modern Languages and Painting.
Music and J (rawing.
Miss EMMA J. TAYLOR,
Ornamental Branches. -
UNITED STATES SENATE.
The following is believed tobe tf-iKtrrectiist bTtlie United
States Senate, after the 4th of March, 1853 :
(Democrats in Roman Whigs in Italic those marked
F. S. aregFree-Soilers or Abolitionists.)
Benj. Fitzpatrick, 1855
Jere. Clemens, 1359
Solon Borland 1855
WiUiam K.Sebastian,. . 1859
and R. S. French nni
THE IXTERXAL-lMFttOVEMEtIT BoARU i,
kws:-H.8 Excellency, David sfeid VT u f,
Calvin Graves, of Caswell; and Thomas W ,tfe,m
ton county. of X,,
Governor's Arosvrith the rank nr ,
Lean of 'Guilford; Thomas .Ruffing fc'-W. A ,
Robert Strange, jr., of New-Hanover. ' RocklnSW?'
Ths General Asp.d, 'ti
Ueigh; on the Third Monday of Nor, it Sess'oiii. t,
-T year, 'ihe next election for memW ..r'.v ev
AMANDA D. ARMISTEAD,
TERMS OF TVITIOS JW the Scholastic Year:
Primary department .$30
Academic, (advanced English branches) 40
t Collccriale inirher Lnirlish branches with l.atui or Oreek M
Modern Languages, each
Music on Piano or Guitar
I ll awing in Pencil, (per quarter,)
Paiutinif in Oil or Water, i per quarter.)
Lectures and F!xperiinents in Natural Sciences, (per
Sacred Music Daily exercise xo charuk.
Young ladies from a distance will reside in the family of
William Lka, Jun'r, Esq., who occupies the College prem
ises, as will also President Carter and lady.
For further particulars address the President, care of E.
P. Ntsn, Petersburg, Va.
September 4, 1S54. 83 lm.
iTORTH CAROLINA MI "TEAL LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPAN Y. Office, KnU'!,S. V This
Company continues to insure the lives of all healthy v hue
persons and Slaves.
The greatest risk taken on a single life is ?o,or.0. Slaves
arc insured for a term of one to five years for twc-lhirds their
Pr. Chas. E. Johnson, President.
Wm. D. Hat wood, Vice President.
James F. Jordan. Secretary.
Wm. H. Jones, Treasurer.
Qukntiv BrsBEK, Attorney.
Dr. Wm. H. McKee, Examining Physician.
J. Hersmax, General A-ient.
All losses are paid within 90 days after satisfactory proof
Blanks aud Pamphlets, showing the plan or operation or
the Company, may he had on application at the Ollice, or any
of the Agencies. "All letters on business should be addressed
to JAMES F. JORDAN,
Rale!gh, April 2th. 1S50. 51
ALT13IORE PIANO MANUFACTORY
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT Elastic Vnicersal
Touch. Wise A Brother, Manufacturers of Boudoir Square
and Grand Pianos, request those wanting a first-rate Instru
mentone that Ladies can perform on with the greatest
possible advantage, that is chaste of style, of superlative
touch and tone, that will stand in concert tune, and last a
life time, to call and see for themselves a sample Instrument
at the Agent's office Dr. W. R. Scott's.
These Instruments are more in general use in the Cities
among the first critics of art and science, and to whom we
have the honor of referring. See the manufacturer's circu
lars, which may be obtained of the Agent. All Instruments
warranted five years.
J. J. Wise & BitOTnr.R.
Dr. W. R. SCOTT, Agent.
Raleigh, January 11th, 1S50. 20 tf.
FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c. WIL
LIAMS A HAYWOOD, are now receiving large addi
tions to their stock of DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMI
CALS, PAINTS, OILS, DYESTUFFS, WINDOW GLASS,
PERFUMERY, Ac, Ac, from the most reliable Houses in
the Northern Cities, which have been purchased with an eye
single to their purity, ond are offered for sale at such prices
and on such terms as shall compare favorably with any house
in the State.
Physicians, Country Merchants, and Dealers generally,
will do well to give us a call before purchasing, feeling as
sured we shall not fail to please both in point of price and
-Orders prompt ly attended to, and particular attention giv
en to packing and forwarding.
Family Medicines and Prescriptions compounded at all
hours of the day and night, by a competent person with
neatness and despatch.
We tender our most sincere thanks to the citizens of Ra
leigh and the surrounding country fr the long and liberal
patronage we have received, and trust by untiring zeal and
energy to please in the prosecution of our business, to merit
Raleigh, April 23, 1851. 84
FALL TRADE, 1854.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING PER STEAMER BAL
tic and Alps, and the Packet Ship Caroline, our F'all
Foreign Dry Goods,
Purchased for Cash by an agent of Mr. W. WedJell at
very fow rates. We are also in receipt of a large and com
manding Stock of
Purchased from first hands, and at the recent'
Large Auction Sales
at great sacrifices.
We respectfully solicit a call from the North Carolina
and Virginia Merchants, feeling confident we can offer them
Goods at as low pricet as can be found in any market.
STEVENSON k WEDDELL.
Petersburg, "W 83
1 ROCERIES. LOAF, CRUSHED, GROUND AND
W CLARIFIED SUGARS,
Java, Laguira, and Rio Coffee,
Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles,
Sugar House Syrup and Molasses,
Macria, Cherry, Port and Champagne Wines, Cooking
Cog. Brandy, warranted pure.
Old Monongahela Whiskey,
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin,
London Brown and Scotch Ale, for sale by
ATS AND CAPS PALI. STY1VE AND REST
quality Moleskin Data
Cloth Caps of every variety nnd t,Wm
Servant's Wool Hats, Black, Brown and Drab, just received. J
Raleigh, Oct. 7, 1853. 93
FALL STYLE 1854. GENIN'S k BEEBE'S
celebrated real super Extra Bon Ton Black Moleskin
Hats just at hand by Adams k Co's. Express together with
a rich assortment of Know Nothing and Wide Awake Hats
to suit the times. . ....
. v B-B- SMITH.
August 28, 1854. 7g
. ... 1855
William M. Gwin 1855
John B. Weller, 1857
James A. Bayard, 1857
John M. Clayton, 1859
Jackson, Morton, 1855
Stephen A. Mallory, . . . 1857
WiUiam C. Dawson, . . . 1855
PobertS. Toombs 1859
John Pcttit, 1955
Jesse D. Bright, 1857
James Shields 1855
Stephen A. Douglas, . . . 1859
Augustus C. Dodge, ... 1855
George W. Jones 1859
Archibald Picon, ....
J. B. Thompson,
J. P. Benjamin,
diaries Sumner, F. S.,
James A. Pearce,
2'homas G. Pratt, . . .
Chas. E. Stuart,
David R. Atchison, . . .
Henry S. Geyer,
Moses Norris, jr.,
Chas. G. Atherton, . . .
I Wm. H. Seward, (F. S.) 1855
Hamilton Fish, 1857
John D. Thompson, . . . 1857
William Wright 1859
George E. Badger, .... 1855
Solo'n P. Chase, (F. S.) 1855
Benjamin F. Wade, . . 1S57
James Cooper, 1855
Richard Brodhead, jr., 1857
Charles T. James, 1857
year. The next election fbr en of 'ttf
of Commons, and Governor, n-ill VJ? ihe. Senau
Ho.-; a. , -. '
J -ungual, 1004.
m, r SENATORIAL DISTRICTS
The following are the Counties compwint ,v
Atorial Districts of North-Carolina:- ff the FrSt.
1st. Pasquotank and Per-
2d. Camden k Currituck,
3d. Gates and Chowan,
4th. Tyrrell and Hyde,
8th. Martin k Wnshinetcn
14th. Carteret and Jones,
15th. Greene and Lenoir,
19th. Bladen, Brunswick
2 1 st.-"-Satnpson,
Isaac T. Walker,
( By appointment of Governor.)
A. P. Butler, 1855
(A Democrat,) 1859
James C. Jones, 1859
(A Wing,) 1855
Thomas J. Rusk 185'
Sam. Houston, 1859
S. S. Phelps, 1855
Solomon Foote, (F. S.,). . 1857
James M. Mason, 1857
Robert M. T. Hunter, . . 1859
1S55 Henry Dodge,
GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND TER
With their Salaries and Terms of Office ; the jVwwier of
tneir respective lerms. i hose in italic are Whigs.
Maine, iJohn Hubbard,
N. Hampshire, !Noah Martin,
Vermont, .I. S. Robinson,
Massachusetts, :G. S. Boutwell,
Rhode Island, iPhilip Allen,
Connecticut, T. II. Sevmour,
New York, iHoratio Seymour,
New Jersey, jGeorge F. F'ort,
Pennsylvania, ;Wilham Biglcr,
Delaware, 'Wm. II. Ross,
Maryland, ; Enoch L. Lowe,
Virginia, j.Toseph Johnsou,
N. Carolina, David S. Reid,
S. Carolina, John 11. Means,
Georgia, Howell Cobb,
F'lorida, !J. C- Broome,
Alabama, ill. W. Collier,
Mississippi, 'Henry S. Foote,
Louisiana, jjoseph AValker,
Texas, ;P. II. Bell,
Arkansas. iE. X. Conwav.
Tennessee, (Andrew Johnson,
Kentucky, I.. . Powell,
Ohio, 'Reuben Wood,
Michigan, ;R. McClelland,
Indiana, ij..s. A. Wright,
Illinois, 'A. C. French,
Missouri, Austin A. King,
Iowa, IS. Hempstead,
Wisconsin, L. J. Funvell,
California, j.Iohn B'gler,
Oregon Ter., jjeseph Lane,
Minesota Ter., A. Rmy,
N. Mexico j.I. S. Calhoun,
Utah Ter., tlirigham Young,
' 3"" i S
SioOi 4 1
59 i 2
Iu all the States, except South Carolina, the Governor is
voted for by the people; and if no one has a majority of all
the votes, in the Stales in which such a majority is required,
the Legislature elects to the office of Governor one of the
candidates voted for by the people.
And fees. Wilh the use of a furnished house.
X Including $1,500 as Superintendent of Indian Affairs.
j Including $1,000 as Superintendent of Indian Affairs.
The public lands belonging to the General Government
are situated, 1st. Within the limits of the United States,
I as defined bv the treatv of 1783, and are embraced by the
r o. - 1 1" : . T I to: - - ( i i
states oi i'uio, luuiaua, Illinois, .uicuigun, t isconsin, anil
that part of Minesota east of the Mississippi River, all of
which have been formed out of the Northwestern Territory,
as couveved with certain reservations to the United States
by New York in 17S1, by Virginia in 1784, by Massachusetts
iii 17S5, and by Connecticut in 1786 ; also the lands within
the boundaries of the States of Mississippi and Alabama north
of 81 deg. north latitude, as conveyed to the United States
by Georg a in 1S02. 2d. Within the Territories of Orleans
and Louisiana, as acquired from France bv the treaty of 1803,
including the portion of the States of Alabama and Missis
sippi south of 31 deg.; the whole of Louisiana, Arkansas,
Missouri, Iowa, and that portion of Minesota west of the
Mississippi River; the Indian Territory; the district called
Nebraska ; the Territory of Oregon, and the region lying
between Oregon and Minesota, north of 42 deg. and south of
49 deg. north latitude. 3d. Within the State of F'lorida, as
obtained from Spain by the treaty of 1S19. 4th. In New
Mexico and California, as acquired from Mexico by the treaty
Within the limits recognized by these treaties and cessions,
the public lauds covered an estimated area of 1,584,000,000
acres. I'xclusive of the lands in Oregon, California, New
Mexico, Utah, the Indian and Nebraska Territories, the en
tire area of the public domain is stated, after a careful ex
amination, to have been 424,103,750 acres. About one-fourth
of this, up to November 30th, 1350, had been sold, and
$135,339,092 received therefor. The aggregate outlay o
every kind upon these lands to the same date, including cost
of purchase, of surveying, and of selling, was $74,957,879,
leaving as net profit to the government 60,381,213, or an
annual average of nearly a million of dollars for the last 50
years. If there should be added to this, at the rate of $T.25
per acre, the value of the land granted lbr bounties, schools,
internal improvements, Ac, it would amount to nearly double
the above sum. The average cost per acre to the govern
ment of acquiring title, Ac, to the lands is 14.41 cents ; o
survey, 2.07 cents ; of selling and managing, 5.32 cents ; in
all 21 ."80 cents ; while it receives $1.25 per acre, or a net profit
on each acre sold of $1,032.
The whole number of warrants for Mexican bounty land
claims issued to November 1, 1851, is 80,781, of which 66,618
have been located, and 66,200 have been patented. The whole
number of warrants issued under the general bounty-land
aw of September 28, 1850, up to November 1, 1S51, is 54,201.
Of these, 3,708 have been located and returned, and 1,950
rue following table snows the sales of public lands and
the proceeds thereof from the year 1833 to 1350, inclusive.
Full details of the present condition of the public lands, and
of the various grants and donations thereof for purposes of
education and of internal improvement, are given in the
American Almanac for 1850, pp. 180 et seq.
Quantity of Public Zand sold, and the Amount paid fsr it,
in each Year, from 1833 to 1850, inclusive.
Year 1833 f 3,856,227,56 acres
" 1834 4,658,218,71 "
" 1835 12,564,478,85 "
- 1836 20,074,870,92 "
" 1887 5,601,103,12 "
" 1838 3,414,907,42 "
" 1889 4,976,382,87 "
" 1840 2,236,889,74 "
" 1841 1,164,796,11 "
" 1842 1,129,217,58 "
" 1843 1,605,264,06 "
" 1844 1,754,763,13 "
" 1845 1,843,527,05 "
" 1846 2,263,730,81 "
" 1847 2,521,305,59 "
" 1848 1,887,553,04 "
" 1849 1,329,90-2,77 "
" 1850 1,846,847,49 "
Government of North-Carolina.
DAVID S. REID, of Rockingham, Governor, $2,000
per annum, and the use of a furnished house.
Term expires Jan. 1. 1855.
Samuel F. Adams, Jr, of Rockingham, Secretary to
the Governor, (exclusive of fees,)
William Hill, of Wake county, Secretary of State,
(exclusive of fees,)
Daniel W. Courts, of Rockingham, Treasurer,
William J. Clarke, of Wake, Comptroller,
Stephen Birdsall, of Wake, Chief Clerk to Treasurer
The Council of State is composed of the following gen
tlemen: Kimbrough Jones, of Wake county; William K.
Lane, of Wayne county; Whitmell Stallings, of Gates coun
ty j-Archibald Henderson, of Kewan county; Wilso S. HiO
ooth. Anson anrl t-
o.th. Caswell '
40th. Stanly and
4ord. Stokes and T
49th. Buncombe, nen(1
50th. HnnrnnJ w
n.' u -"neon.
Cherokee and Jack
APP0RTI0NMENT OF MEMBERS OF THE Iinre
T. . . . COMMONS. lufc WISE
1 he following is themanner in wh:ch tho v.
THE Horse nr rw.- io " Cn .lhe 3'HMBFHi
(120,) are apportioned
the House op Common
The Counties of Cumberland,
Chatham and Wti
The Counties of Davidson, Edgecombe, Halifax Ire
dell, New-Hanover, Orange, Randolph Alt
mance, Anson, Beaufort. Bert-: o L.
Cleaveland, Craven, Duplin, Forsvthe loh ,
ston, Mecklenburg, Northampton. "Pitt' tj .1." (
I Hliol- nnlMn, 11 T,' , - "UL-
' w feV, ' """"'. "iiineriord, Sain-
i, W arren, Wayne and Wilkes. '
The Counties of Buncombe, Madison, Surry Yn.i
kin, Ashe, Bladen, Burke, Cabarrus, Salbt
Cherokee. DnviV Raeinn vaunw,
Hertford 'Hyde, Lincoln,' k.
Onslow Pasquotank, Person, Richmond. &
ly. Stokes Union, 1 ancy. Alexander. Br,
., vu:ui-n, tarieret, Cnlunbu
Currituck, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, McDowell'
Montgomery, Perquimons, Tyrrell, Washing
ton, A at-uiga, Macon, Haywood, Jackson, Cho
wan and Franklin, '
Hl ICSEEE. KEUp p
KSBEE & BATTLE,
Attorneys ana Counsellors at
WILL attend promptly to any business intruslfd to th
Quen-tin Busbee, Commissioner cf Deeds, d-c.for the Sttta
yew lork, Pennsylvania,
V irginia, Sonth Carolina,
' r.aleigh, July 19, 1854.
WILLIAM II. JONES, '
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
RALEIGH, N. c,
Will attend the Courts of Chatham, Johnston and Wit
February 23, 1853. .;,,
JA3IES J. IREDELL,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
. RALEIGH, N. C,
Will attend to all business entrusted to him, in the Courti
of this and the adjoining Counties.
Ollice -the one occupied by the Inte Hon. James Iredell.
Raleigh, June 15ih, 1853.
WINSTON & CLARKeT
Counsellors and Attorneys at Law,
RALEIGH, N. C.
P. H WINSTON. WM. J. CLARKE.
March 2ti, 1S53. :i
EI. GRAHAM HAYWOOD,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
RALEIfin, n. c,
attend the County nnH r,,;- f.... tt.i.
Johnston, Chatham and New Hjmovcr. He is to be fi.und
aWthe oftce formerly occupied bv the late Hun. WilL 11.
Raleigh, Jnnimry 8, 1854. 15 wAstrim.
HENRY T. CLAWSON,
COACH and an
Also. Manuiaciurfr to
Bent Felloes, Shafts, Hubs. Spokes. Poles. SnriinrUani.it,
warranted the bes quality of Timber.
All manner of Coach work executed in the best st le ol
Repairing done in the neatest manner and on the shortw
Franklinfon, Franklin County; N. C.
A R RENT O N FEMALE INSTITUTE.
The 141h year. (27th session) of this Instituiinn.
will commcnte on the 2d of July next. A large additios'bu
been made to the building this year. For terms, 4c, ap
GRAVES A WILCOX.
June 8,1854. sii-tf.
J. SCHL0SS & BRO.
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Ac,
r a l r ion, n . c .
E5? Call at Lougek's New Brick Building, next door to
Col. Hutchings' Sadlcry Establishment.
Term Cash, or credit, if settled every six mcnthf.
J. SCHLOSS 4 liHO.
Raleigh, June 28. 1854.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM WATER.-HAVI.Mj
the Agency for the sale of this valuable Medic;nil
Water, we are now prepared to furnish it by the barrel,
half barrel or gallon. Pamphlets containing the Anal"
and certificates of cures, may be had on application to the
subscribers. WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
June 21, 1854. 63-
UST RECEIVED, A SUPPLY OF FKESH VAC
CINE VIRUS, whhich can be relied nnon. For sale W
HAYWOOD A SCOTT.
Raleigh, June 9 1854. 49--2
MAKE BARE. Take off the old Moleskin, and W
on one of "Beebee's" Spring Style. Just to hand,
call at once, they are going rapidly at the old stand.
as, cneap piace. jiVAiNS &
Raleigh, February 30, 1854.
RASS ANDIRONS. WIRE FENDERS, BRASS
Rim. Brass Head Shovels and Tones.
Fire Carriers and Coal Hod,
Coffee Toasters and Tea Kettles. For sale br
E HAVE JUST OPENED MORE NEW G001J?.
which were made to order at our Manufacturing 1
tablishmsnt in New York.
Call and examine.
Th( rir-Koat invoice vet
E. L. HARDIN.
FINE TABLE CUTLERY. IVORY BALA.m
Handled Knives and Forks. 51 pr. in sett.
Ivory Handled Game and Beef Carvers and Forks.
" " Butter Knives and Steels. For sale br
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SHINGLES. 300,000 DRESSED BUILDING u-'
GLES. For sale by
NIEMEYER A TV 111 i-
Pnrfcmni.tt, V. Vir IK 1 C.9
1 ENTLEMEN'S DRESS ARTICLES. tp. 7.
VWlNG has now a large assortment, probably the oe
the City. K. L. HARRljL.
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS AND FIFE'5 FR
sale lower than any other House in the State.
Call at the N. C. BOOK-STOBE-
Raleigh, Nov. 14, 1853. iZ--
BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE.-U'
VY Gunny Bagging, 46 inches wide,
Best Dundee Hemp Bajririnir. 44 do. do. ..,lfv
All in store and fJr sale by JAS. McKIMM
Raleigh, Nov. 14 1853. . 15
NVTEW RIYER MULLETS. 20 BARKtw
A River Mullet
For sale by
Nov. 15, 1853,
River Mullets, in fine order, just received.
fuiaiue 11 v 1 1 . .1 r. i. 1 1 a. . ...
JTUST RECEIVED, BALLAD TOB THBfy.
Dec. 26, 1858.
ADDOCK FISH. 120 BARRELS . iia"'
Fish, in fiqe order. For sale at a low Pr,c;IlTE,
Nov. 15, 1853. 7Ztt
ED ASH COAL.-200 TONS BEST Btu
Philadelphia Coal, in Yard- or sale.;
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