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HARDITIGS' i CLDTHIKG STORE i
NO. 1, TEIEGRAPH BUEE.t.
at HOME AGAIN" v. I
riTH the largest -ortmen. of Genu' Ready made
PlnlhiniC ana asmooauie uw - -- -
ioiduis- most of oorcusto-
SLS i? -.re. w tTCsS Keen Company
mermrew"i , N jersey, one ol the
k.ost nonsci in
tlie U. S.
.fiords us facilities for conducting our. business
others do not .f.f; rstoodtherefore. that oor Good.
wf rTown Manufacturers. We import moe of
" WeaUsk only .n examination of onr Stock to conr.nc.
thewho.reyiudge.of stv.e. & Co.
Raleigh, Oct. 14th. 1850. 888-
naiwre and Cutlery, dec.
10LLINS& Co'.' Axes, Handsaw., File, Auger.
Chisels. . . ' jtt,v. Pocket and
Hammer. Curry wrnos, n.niT uu
OneffiaUnce Handled Kn.ve. and Forks 51 piece
Balance Handled Carvers and Forks, and Meets.
Brass and Fancy Cast And-irons.
Brass Headed Iron Shovels and Tong.
Spades and Shovels. Trace Chain, and Halter chain
Cotton and Wool Cards, No. 6, 8. 9 and 10.
Toilet and Swing booking Glosses.
Superior English Mustaid, sup.carb od., cloves, mace.
Spanish Indigo, copperas, Fresh and salt snuff, powder.
TufpVeand toilet soap. ..arch, shoe thread .nd
Primegreen and black Tea.
Nail. and brads, cast german and blister sU-cU
No. 9, Fayetteville St.
Raleigh, Oct. 30th. 1850. S39
Cloths, Cassinieres, &c.
At No. 9, Fatkttktilli: St.
BLACK French Cloth,
Black Doe Skin Cassimeres.
Fancy Cassimeres, a general assortment.
Good and Common Vestings.
Black Satin do
Silk and Worsted Serge. Padding and Canvass.
Bed Blankets, various sizes.
White and Black Cotton Wadding.
Gentlemen's Marino Shirts and Half Hose. .
For Sale low by
. Raleigh, 28th Oct.. I860- 839-tf.
ARPETIVG, Tufted Hearth Rugs and Carpet Bind-
75 Negfo Blankets, Negro Kirsy, Marlboro Stripes,
100 ps. Dark and Light Prints, Dohl. ys and Napkins,
Sup. Table and Towelling Diaper, Bird's eyeDiapei,
With a eeneral assortment of Crockery and Glass ware
among them, .
White Granite Dinnerand Tea ware, Ewers and Basins,
White China Tea Setts, and Cups and Saucers,
Cut and Moulded Goblets, Tumblers and Wine Glasses,
No. 9, Fayetteville street,
Raleigh Oct- 28, 1850. 83a
. Robinson & Co's Shoes.
Kid and Morocco Walking Shoes,
do and do Ladies Slippers,
Misses and Children's Bootees,
- White Kid Slippers.
No. 9, Fayettevill St.
Raleigh, Oct. 2d. 835
s trrPair Men and Boys Heavy Brogans,
1 DiMen and Boys Kip Shoetees,
Woman's Leather Shoes and Bootees,
Men and Boys Wool Hats,
Dundee and Hemp Bagging.
Bale Rope and Twine.
For Sale by
Ocfober 2, 1850. 835
Extra Black Moleskin Hats.
FASHION for September, 1850.
Fur Hats, a General Assortment,
Men and Boy. Cloth Caps,
Just Received and lor Sale by
No. 9, Fayetteville St
' Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 833
Hats and Caps.
MOLESKIN, Beaver, Otter, California, Angelia
Plush, and Fur Hats, Gents, Boys, and Childrens
Sun Cloth. Prince De Joinville Fine Military, and
Jeuay Lind Caps, just received and for sale by
R. TUCKER &. SON.
Sept. 21st, 1850. S34
. SOAPS SOAPS!
I HAVE just received a splendid stock of American,
French, and English Soaps, consisting in part as 161
6 doz. Low's old Brown Windsor,
6 " , Large Omnibus Brown,
6 ' " Palmyrene, (a new variety,)
1 box Barber's Soap,
21 Hotel Soap,
4 doz. Assorted, Rose, Almond, Portrait, Imitation
Fruit, Poncine, Spring Flowers, Honey, JinneyLind,
Wash Balls. Military, and Almond Soap.
6 doz. Creams, and Olophane, assorted.
All of the best quality, and for sale low, by
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 835
For the Toilet.
12 Doz. Farina Cologne, Genuine,
24 do American do Assorted,
6 do Lubin'sand Bazine's Extract, of every variety
some new kinds, Jenny Lind, &c,
24 doz. assorted Preparations for the Hair,
Aromatic Vinegar, Depilatory Powder, Lip Salve,
Pomade Divine, Eau Lustrale, Bay Rum, Queen o
Flowerand Rose Oil, Pearl Powder, Ciicassion Balls
Powder Puffs, just received at PESCTJD'S
Raleigh, September 30th, 1850. 835
I HAVE a large lot of heavy Ni-gro Brogans, which 1
will sellon as gnod terms as any other person in the
City. Call and see before you buy elsewhere-
O. L. BURCH.
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. , 835
- Calf Skins, Lining, &c.
OL. BURCH, keep, constantly on hand. Calf
Skins, Lining Skins,Shoe finding, &c. &c.
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 835
TIESffXSnr I.IKrJ3 slippers,
JUST Received, and for sale bv
' O. L. BURCH.
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. f 835 ..
r ,;V. Fine Over Coats.
itSL 0P THP BEST QUALITY of Blue Black.
PC3 j -Blown and Drab Cloths. The prettiest style
ever ofie red in this market.
, E. L. HARDING & Co.
October 12th, 1850. 838
: -. L.I useed Oil:
8Bb. Mountain Linseed Oil just to hand. 8 bbls. ex
peeled next week. All warranted pnre and tor rale
at a small advance by P. F. PESCUD.
"Raleigh, September 30, I860. 835
ACCORDEONS 100 Price. French Accordeon.,
of superior tone-and finish, selected expressly from
a large lot by a competent Judge, for saje lew.
Petersburg, Sept. 19.
AtIE3 Black Winter Gaiter, a superior article.
, J. BROWN.
No. 9, F.yetteyille St.
Raleigh, Oct. S6.
J-xUpply of rresu Phosgene Gas
UST to hand and for sale at ; '
RViA ..tP'E' PESCUD'8 Drug Store.
Raleigh, August 7th, 1850. , . 827 1
...u- r..mi and ve.nnEsv f-j . ,
ireatThle'sre made fro. Whole-
DURING the MONTH or OCTOBER ; At
Sold and paid by! those Prize Kings of America,
PYFER & CO, "
No. lt Light Strict,' BAfetlMo, Md f
The long-continued and unbounded fcuccess of their
House in Belling the Grand Capitals, a matte of
tonishmcnt to all our cotcmporariee. No wonder, then,
that we stand at the head in the estiination of he fcub
lie. Some charge it to Necromancy some ta one thing,
and some to another, hut the grand teecret 5 that we t
tend most rigidly and faithfully to the interests of our
Patrons, believing and feeling that the IwO sine Wended,
and one ! . '
This has been tour Wacon from "the tfme we started to
become dispensers of Prizes, hence the rapid growth of
our business, end the great swcuess mat nan aiivuu
investments of the tens of thousands who have " risked
a little to tain much." To try us,
is to know us, to
A $5 or 910 invested in any one of the following
Brilliant Schemes, through us, cannot well fail to realize
thousands in return. Who will foil to make so trifling
an investment ! ' . - .
Remember PytVr & Co s business and success in
selling Priies is such, that $10 invested with them is
safer and surer to realix a handsome Prize, than $100
would be with any other Broker! !
Grand JLotteries for November, 1850.
Confident Strictly UOservea.
Price of Pries ot
5 of 12,000
3 of 10,000
1 1 drawn .
15 drawn 1
15 drawn -13
In addition to the above Brilliant Schemes, we have
tickets in all the Lotteries drawn in the State ot' Mary
land, and advertised by other Agents.
Correspondents will please bear in mind that the
prices of Packages of Quarter Tickets ouly are pub
lished in this paper.
The Printed official drawings which Correspondents
can rely upon as being correct, are always forwarded
from Pyfer &. Go's.
Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspon
dents who draw prizes at Pyfer & Co's.
Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw four of
the- most splendid prizes in a scheme.
In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper
have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old
Established, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and
PYFER & CO.
No. 1, Light Street, Baltimore, Md.
Or Box 524, Baltimore Post Office.
Oct. 22d, 1850. 839
FOR NOVEMBER, 1850.
50 Prizes of 1,000
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy.
Class No. 133 for 1850.
To be drawn in Alexandria, Va., on Saturday,
November 30th, 1850.
78 Number Lottery 13 Drawn Ballots.
Prize of - - - - $40,000
do. - - - - - 20,000
do. - - - - - 15,000
do. - - - - 8,000
do. - - - - - - 5,000
do. - - - - - 3,842
Prizes of - - - 1,000
do. - - - - 500
Tickets only $ 10 Halves $5 Quarters $2 50
Certificates of Packages of 26 Whole Tickets 130 00
Do. do. of 26 Half do. 65 00
Do ' do. of 26 Quarter do. 32 50
Orders for Tickets and Shares and Certificates of Pack
ages in the above splendid Lotteries will receive themost
prompt attention, and an official accountof each drawing
sent immediately after it' is over to all who order from us
Address J. & C. MAURY.
Agents for J. W. Miuit, & Co., Managers,
. . Alexandria, Virginia.
MORGANTOX, Burke Co. IV. C.
THE Subscriber, thankful for the very liberal pat
ronage heretofore received, would now inform the
that his House is still open, and that his accommodations
j (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. He has erected
a row ot unices lor frolessional gentlemen, together
with a commodious Hotel, all of which is entirely new.
The location of the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands
the finest view of the mountain scenery in the place; and
is removed from the noise and uproar of a Court-yard
and the Public Square, and yet sufficiently near for all
the purposes of business.
The subscriber promises to spare no pain, to provide
the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen
tlemen of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding
House. J. M. HAPPOLDT.
Morganton, July 25, 1850. 826 ly.
To the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the War of
1812, or of the Indian Wars since 1790, or their
Widows and Children ;
BY a recent Act of Congress the surviving Officers
and Soldiers of the last War with Great Britain, or
their Widows or minor heirs; also the surviving Officers
and Soldiers of any of the Indian Wars since 1790, or
their Widows or minor heirs, and also the Commissioned
Officers who were engaged in the late war with Mexico,
are entitled to Bounty Lands in quantity from 40 to 160 ,
acres, upon making satisfactory proof of the services ren
dered. The undersigned tenders his professional services to
those interested, and if he receives a sufficient number
of applications he will go to Washington city as soon as
the claims are prepared for action there. Where the
Certificates of Discharge are in existence there will be
less trouble in making out the necessary proofs.
N. J. PALMEE.
Milton. N. C, Oct. 15th, 1850. 837 1m.
COTTOHT YARIf AW SEINE TWINE
MADE BY NEW MACHINERY.
BATTLE AJTD COMPANY, '
Rocky Mount, JS'ash County, JS'orth Carolina.
ARE now manufacturing of excellent quality, Cotton
Yarn and Seine Twine, which they will sell at the
. LOWEST PRICES. ,
TJuir Machinery is New, and they feel no hesitation in
. . ..WARRANTING .. r
their manufactures to give satisfaction. . -Merchants with
in 50 mile, of Rocky Mount, ordering not less than 500
libs, .ball have Yarn, delivered to them free of addition
Rocky Mount. Nash Co. N. C. " " , ,
- March 3d, 1850. $ 801 ly. .
North Carolina Almanac.
rpURNER'S North Carolina Almanac for 1851. This
L day published by
... HENRY D.TURNER,
. . , - jy. C. Bookstore. ,
Raleigh, Oct. 1850. ' ,,39-
RUNAWAY from the subscriber," residing in Edge
combe county, four tnile. -north of Tosnot Depot,
and about a quarter of a mile from theRailroaaVom er a
Wout theaaeond of September last .his negro, man -named
HARRY, ' Said Harry is about 40 years of age ; 5 feet
ft Inche. Mgb, or thereabouts ; yellow complexion J stout
builtj ha. a wur on his left leg, from the cut of an axe; na.
hilr i; na evesdeepv sunk -in bis head; -.forehead
very square ; tolerably loud voice ; has lost one or two of
hi. upper front teeth ; and has a very dark spot onhis
law, supposed to be a mark.
employment of a Railroad Company, in whoso service he
Harry IS a uarpenier oj iraue, iuu uu "
was when he runaway. : He is well known along tne line
rtnaA. Tt issuimoEed that he has obtained, er will
endeavor to obtain, free papers from a free colored man
living in Nash county, by the name of Moses H.gens,
and assume his name, in Order to make his way to a free
Th above netrro was once h property of Mrs. to
page, of Edgecomb county ; afterwards he fell into the
hands of Asiel Farmer, from whom he was purchased by
Mr. Barnes, of said county, from whom I purcnaseunim
..j, - r --
about six years ago. He will be certain to alter his name ; ammgutsnea personage ior . ..d. . k--nrobablvto
call himself Harry Copace, Farmer, or Barnes, tially, but for the public rP"rtJf
He was last beard from on the 1 1th September, on the
i t iff 1I'.lM:tnn
Newbern Road, about a mile and a half from Wilmington
r.niiirir.rr Ka WAV to the Sound.
I will give the above reward to any person who will
deliver him to me, or lodge him in any jail in me ssiaie ,
or One Hundred Dollar, if lodged in any jail out of the
.Bt.ro mn that T run Grct him strain. ;
Captain, of vessels are cautioned against taiung in
, - - ne
above negro away, under the severest penalty of 'tot itaw.
Edireconibe county, NC, Oct. 5, 1849. 814 ti.
niVV. nf the most desirable residences in tne
rv.iir.tv of Wake, within one mile of 'Raleigh,
with all the advantages of the City and the quiet
of the country, convenient to tlie onurcnes, ocuiw, two nunarea ana twenty-nve uuiwu iui uuu. ...
and society of the Capital. The DWELLING HOUSE made money at that ; presented Jenny with a riding
.starr-and very convenient, with 8 tooms above and Cap, thereby rendering himself immoital, as no Lady
lir.ir.rr mnm and Dantries in basement.
l r., Jr, h,mmL
Th Hnnu is in fine order, newly painted, handsome
grove of 4 or 5 acres in front, besides a good kitchen,
Rock Spring House, and two or three never-failing
Springs in ten steps of the House. There are large negro
Houses, with good brick chimneys, two Smoke-houses,
two Carriage-houses, two Unbs. a tnree-siory umu...,
good Stables and every other out-houes necessary for
comfort, on the premises. . c
The Tract contains 350 Acres, 100 of which is Forest
v --mi unwind 1 0 acres in fine Meadow and the
AiflllU) v-aa " -
L.lanaa in Taip frtrminfT lnntl.
annlv to W. H. Jones.Esq., of
Raleigh, who will .how the premises, OTjqt
Falkland, Pitt cc, Oct. 2. 1850. 835
Valuable Ileal Estate for Sale.
I offer for sale my entire Real Estate, upon which
iTam thirtv-five sets of Boxes; the most of which
have only been in -use from one to two years; with a suf
ficient quantity of round trees to cut at least twenty sets
more. The lands upon which these are situated is not
easily surpassed by any piney lands in Eastern Carolina.
- . - . t::ii : il ,1
There is upon tne premises two iriaunenco ncanj uu
conveniently fitted up, with all necessary out-houses.
Upon the farm, I think the buildings altogether are sel
dom excelled. Those wishing to purchase are invited
for themselves. Terms shall be low, and
navments accomodating. Come and see.
Any person wishing to purchase, can be furnished
with a sufficient number of teams and wagons to carry
on both the operations of Farm and Turpentine, and
with a year s supply of provisions.
JOHN A. AVIRETT.
Catharine Lake, Onslow Co: N. C.
July 22, 1850.
CITY OF RALEIGH.
A Desirable Residence for Sale.
riHE Executrix of the late Louis D. Henry, offers for
I sale his late Residence, near the City of Raleigh. The
Dwelling-House is a large and commodious one, and
remarkably well built, with all out houses complete. It
has, about 15 or 17 acres of land attached, under the
highest cultivation. The premises being out -of the
limits of the Corporation is not subject to the City Tax,
and still the situation is convenient, and within fifty
yards of the Governor s Mansion, in an excellent neigh
The terms of sale would be liberal.
D. K. McRAE.
Raleigh, July 15, 1850. 822 tf.
Sale of Land for Taxes.
THERE will be sold on the 2nd Monday in Decern
hir next, at the Court House in Whiteville, the fol
lowing Tracts of Land, or so much thereofas will satis
fy the Taxes due thereon for the years 1848 and 1849:
10,000 Acres, the property of John H. White, it be
ine anart of the Big Swamp, lying on both sides of the
" r . r - - , j '. ..r xt m:u:
White Marsn, ana on inc rsi siue ui i, . l,. r, iiimuisun
ami D. F. Williamson. Survey. S28 25.
1,600 Acres, the property of David Lewis, not given
in subject toaceuble lax, lying in W nitesviile JUis-
trict, $37 384. .
200 Acres, the property of S. N. Richardson, not giv
eu in for 1849 subject to adouble Tax, lying in Whites
vi lie District. S3 57. .
200 Acres, the property of Jacob Strickland, lying on
Long Branch, 67cts.
90 Acres, more or less,' lying on both sides of Bull
Skin Bay, the property of the heirs of John Goodwin,
21 Acres, property of NeedhamMerritt, on the South
side of Sole s swamp, 30 cts,
LEWIS WILLIAMSON, Stiff.
Sept. 1850. (Pr. Adv. $6. ) 835 td.
Sale of Eand for Taxes.
WILL be sold for its Taxes the Lands belonging
to Robert M. Brickell, Harris Norfleet's heirs.
Abram Ricks and M. Fort. Ballard's heirs, William S.
Futrell, Jesse Nelson, Exum Nelson's heirs, before
the Court House door, in the town of Jackson, on the
first Monday in Decembej, 1850.
Acres Owners Location
Harris Norfleet, Roanoke River,
Robert M. Brickell, " "
Abram Rix and M
" ' 1,00
i . 1,32
Fort. . , 6,72
H. SPIVEY. Shff.
(Pr. Adv. $3) 835 td.
Sept. 2, 1850.
Grand .Ledge of North Carolina.
rpHIS MASONIC BODY will convene in this city,,
I on Monday evening. the 2nd ot Jjecember next, at
7 o'clock, and will continue its sittings until all busi
ness which may be submitted for us consideration.
shall be disposed of. All individuals concerned in the
deliberations of tbis.body, are respectfully requested to
Lodges which have been working under dispensations
wilt not tail to apply tor Charters, it trey Aish to se
cure a permanent existence.
, V71JLt.lAM T. BAIN,
Raleigh. Sept. 25th, 1850.- i 835 tt.
. NQT1CE. :
rn vAKEN-up and committed to the Jail of Rowan
JL County, JN. on the 1st of October, 1850, a Ne
gro man, who says his name is BOB, and that be belongs
to Wm. Crosstic of Kentucky, and that he was purchased
by said Crosstic from John C. Moore of Raleigh. Said
negro is ol a tight complexion, about 35 rears of age, 5
feet 8 or 10 laches high, and has two of bis upper teeth
out in front. The owner of said .lave is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take
mm away, or he win be dealt with as the law directs.
C. KLUTTS, Sheriff
Salisbury, N. C- October 15, 1850. 3 tt.
Pocket Book Lost. -;
"" OST or Stolen, on Saturday last, from the Subscri-
JLA ber, a. mall leather pocket book, with six folds,
red. and fastened with a clasp. It contained four notes-
one against A. W. Betts, calling for $230, with some
credits and three against 1 emperance Betts, tor g9
altogether, with credits.
Tire .aid A. M. Betts and .Temperance Bett. are
hereby warned against paying said note, to any person
or persons, except myself. .-.
- .A itViN Dtu i in.
Wake County, Nov. 7, 1850. ' 8 3tpd-
" Ifew music Book. -
n ANTIC A LAUDI8,i or: the American Book of
Church Music, by Lowell Mason and Geo. Webb.
Alo. The Home Altar an appeal tn behalf of Fami
. Worship, with Prayer, and Hymns, for family use.
oy tne Kev. Charles r. Deems. H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. .- : : , . - .. 4 ,
North Carolina: Specially,
If TO THE WORLD GENERALLY', sl "
And Our Friends -and Patron. Paj-Uculaxl
ui"rne ijafgestHmeiit oqoolsUc
6, .i2X'Ell OFFERED FOK -&ZJS? 'r"
In the State of North Caiolinay both in the Piece, and
.7 r-i h BEADfY MABE" ,-;? ' nl-U i
u To which VeTnvite the aitention . of the public.'
nuTTER & PROCTER.-
gjECjffg ; .QPAXT-.OXIS,' ,. jXOt'l.
Sisn of the R K K It. h
U-ly Row, Fayetteville Street,' Kalelgn. 1
TH E Immortal Insect, altos the Bugg, anas uuver,
of Oliver and Procter, has just returned from the
City of Gotham, otherwise ISew York, tne Lonaon oi
Amorir. SDent six weeks in said diggins selecting an
assortment bt Goods that lor quality and siyle never were
surpassed, and rarely ever equalled. All ot which are
at hand nd readv for exhibition. ' Whilst absent said
- . .. , c. - r .u- cm -..
made under his own special direction and supervision,
a very large and ' " ' :
General Assortment of Clothing,'
embracing Black Dress and Frock Coats, ill sizes and
prices, Brown, Green, Blue Drab, &c, &c, Business
Sacks and Frocks, Overcoats and Cloaks, all colors.
Pants and Vests all kinds from the low vulgar to the Peru
or hinhfalutin. Dress Shirts, under Shirts, all kinds.
t " , U C;iL- nnil.r Skirt
D f everyaescriptio'n. Heavy Silk under Shirts.
drawers oi every uescripiiuu hm.j .
Daer3t a new artjclej to wl)lch we invite
snecial attention. Stocks. Cravats, all graces, scans,
Riowe(, white. black, and colored Suspenders, Neck
JENNY IIND SHIRTS,
direct from Stockholm, &c. ate.
a o whilst absent heard Jenny Lind sing sat with-
in 0ur feet ot Gennin the Hatter, the man what paid
can ride unless she has on a Lina tap, ana maae ioo uy
Gennin, precisely as the Ladies generally who have
heard of our fame for making " them coats " consider
their Lords much handsomer and more fashionable men,
when rigged out at the Store where clothingis fashion',
ed by art.
To Members of tl legislature, fcc. ,
Members of the approaching Legislature in want of
Clothing this Winter would save twenty-five per cent if
not fifty by postponing the purchasing of their clothing
until their arrival here. Be sure and dont mistake our
establishment, dont let any body persuade you, that they
can do as well by you as we can. Dont sufler yourselves
to be humbugged that is a commodity we dont deal in,
and our friends know it. Gentlemen living in this coun
ty or out of it, would do well to give us a call, as we
are determined to sell cheaper than the cheapest. Per
sons need no longer complain of high prices. If you
want clothing for yourselves, jnur children or your
neighbors, call, we can sell them cheaper than you can
buy the goods much less have them made. See Sign.
OLIVER & PROCTER.
Raleigh, Oct. 9, 1850. R. R. R. R.
P. S. We take this occasion to render our most grate
ful acknowledgements to a generous public for the very
liberal patronage besiowed upon ussmceourcommence
ment in business, and trust that bv nrotriDtlv executing
their orders and spreading overselves for their benefit,
not only to merit but to receive the appelation ot " well
done good and faithful servant. " by a continuance of
their custom. Our friends and customers at a distance
will please read our advertisement and send on their
orders ; we are anxiously waiting for them.
Latest London, Paris and Northern fashions just to
Cutting of all kinds attended to immediately. .
Raleigh, Ocfober 9, 1850.
Dress and Frock. Coats
have on hand a beautiful assortment of Black
ress and Frock Coats for twenty dollars, gotten
up by ourselves and cannot be bought any where else in
the United States for the money. Recollect that. We
have also fancy Frock and Dress Coats for fifteen, six
teen, and eighteen dollars, the like of which never
was known before. OLIVER & PROCTER.
Raleigh. Nov 9. 842
READY MADE CLOTHING.
SEE ! , , . . SEE ... SLC!
Sign, r. a. a
FROCKS and Dress Coats from $2 50 to $14 and
$20 Sacks from $2 50 to $11 ; Over coats from
60 to $23; Pants from $1 50 to 9 ; Vests from $1 75
to $5 ; Shirts from' 75 cents to $2 60 ; ail made up un
der our own inspection, and will be warranted in every
particular. OLIVER Sl PROCTER, .
- . ... Alercnant 1 ailors.
R- R- R- R
Fayetteville Street. ,
Ruleigh, October 9th. . '. " 836
Ifew Medical Works.
TOUR Redwood and Proctor's Practical Pharmacy,
iYJ illustrated by 500 Engravings. Principal Diseases
of the Valley of North America, by David Drake, AI.D.
Bucchan s Family Physician. Cod liver Oil, by B. J..
DeJongh, M. D. Copeland on Palsy and ; Apoplexy-
West on Diseases of Children, Day on Diseases ot Old
Age. Grifleth's Universal Formulary.
This day Received by
H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Oct. 16, 1850. 837
Talnable Land for Sale.
A Valuable Tract of Land containing 208 acres, lying
between four and five miles West of Raleigh, on
both sides of Walnut Creek, and, adjoining the land of
Rev. Thos. Meredith and others, will be sold on reason
For further information apply to
. M. A. BLEDSOE.
Raleigh, August 21, 1850. 829
CONSISTING of Ladie's Kid WaHung,
Do. do. Slippers,
Do. white do.
Do. Satin, do.
Misses Bootees, , ,
' Misses and Children's Black and Bronze Bootees, '
Just received by B. TUCKER, & SON. "
Aug. 26, 1850. 835 .
OF Superior quality, just received bv
P. F. PESCUD.
, ALSO, ' ; .
English and American Mustaid in qt. Bottles and qt.
tin cans, of best quality and very cheap.
Raleigh, September 30, 1850. ,835-
More Land for Sale.
Acres of Valuable Land, lying two miles
Sooth of Raleigh, on the Fayetteville road.
will be sold on a long credit notes well secured beintr
all that is desired. Person, wishing to examine the land
and premises can do so by calling on M. A. Bledsoe, who
who is authorized to sell it. :
S. J. BAKER.
October 9, 1850. v' . - 836 tf.
ALL sizes Ciotb and Tweed Sacks and Frocks for
Sunday and every day wear, at from $2 50 to $4
50. Pants beautiful at $2 50, Vests $2 50 Satin and all
sorts, and all colors. . Persons at a distance can
be supplied by forwarding their measures and stating the
age of the boy ' OLIVER St PROCTER. -
Merchant Tailors. -
November 9. -. ' -- 842
Journeyman Tailors Wanted. -
flWO JOURNEYMAN TAILORS will find employ
1 meat by i mined tate application to Oliver and Proc
tor. None but steady men and first-rate workmen need
lapply- .ii- - ... , -- OLIVER. PROCTER. -, ;
Oct 7. 1850. 836 tf.
Medicine Gasses '
H the Tea and Tablespoon full trraduated. whirl, '
-every family should have, for sale at the Drug Store
WUjLIAMO, HAI WUOi, 4 CO.
Raleigh, April, 1850.
FURTHER supply of those beautiful Medicine
Chests just received at ' ,
; V a PESCUD'S Drug Store. '
Raleigh, August 7,1850, ' r' , 827
i F A S H I O K A B L E D R Y G 0 0 D S .
ilSwrW. . A- J5T .- C. 3
l let .-
For the Pall and Winter Trade,' 1S50.
nnnn.'a..i:.-rl 1 r . ' : t rT
rgni. ouDscrioer naving ,jusi .receivea irom oew
jL " York and Philadelphia, an elegant and extensive
supply of STAPLE AJ J FAJiCY DRY GOODS,
embracing everyvariety of Style and Fashion for the
Season, -would respectfully invite his friends and ens
tomers, and the public at large; to an early examination
of the same, being fully persuaded hey --cannot fail to
admire and be won by their superior Richness and
Beauty, and still more delighted with the good bargains
he intends to give them- . -. . . - ;.; ... s :s ;i
, The assortment comprises, in part, the following viz
J Super Black Gros-de Rhine Silks, . . j . ..:
Chameleon Satin D'chine do. - ,J .
Plaid and Figured Changeable do. '' '' '
" Lupins finest French Merinoff," J- : 5 . ' '.
Plain and Embroidered Cashmeres and Delaines.
Silk Poplins, and Mohair Lustres,,
Chameleon Lyonese Cloth, - ' . j 1
, Super Black Mori no Cashmere and Alpacca. '
Plain, Polka, and .Chine Delaines,
. Hungarian and Jenny Lind Cloths, (for Dresses,')
Blue, Brown, Green and Mode colored Satin striped
" Changeable iThibet, and jCherry color'd Paramatta
uiotns, - . ,
New Style Calicoes and Ginghams, . '. ' , '5 ''
- Irish Linen, and Cotton Shirting, " ' '
Rich Velvet Trimming, and Silk Braids and Laces,'
Insertings and Edgings, ' '
Beautiful Bonnet, Pelt, and Neck Ribands, ; ' ?
Fine Kid and Silk Gloves, and Mits. :. . .
Together with many other desirable articles, among
whicn are ... t ; ... . . . ;
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, . ' - . .. . r-n i"
Sattinets. Tweeds Cloth and Kentucky Jeans,
Fine Moleskin and. Fur Hats, , -
Fur and Cloth Caps, ! .
Gentlemen's Boot9 and Shoes, " ' ' '
Ladies Walking Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters,
Jenny Lind and Leghorn Bonnets', "
Kersey's, Linsey's, and Blankets, -Silk
and Cotton Umbrellas. - - -
T. A. MITCHELL.
Raleigh, Nov. 6, 1850. . , 840 tC
Practice what you Preach.
Prom Liverpool to WUmLagton, N.' C.
'1 have just received a large stock of . ,
direct from the Liverpool manufactories, which
I am prepared to sell on very reasonable terms, at whole'
sale or retaiL : .
To all who are disposed to encourage direct importa
tions, I would say that a fair 'share of patronage is all I
ask to enable me to compete with any other importer in
the United States. I oiler a fair chance to all who are
disposed to build up Southern Independence.
In addition to the Crockery Business, I will continue
to keep a large and well selected stock of : . .. . :
Farming Implements, :
to which I particularly invite the attention of my farm
ing friends. I am continually in receipt of the latest im
provements in these articles, and will take great pleasure
in showing them to all who are desirous of examining
them. ALEX. McRAE, Jr;
Wilmington, Nov. 13, 1850. . ; 5 -
Look out for the Enirliie when the Bell
All Aboard ! Bound to
Jeace Slock, Orposite Post Office, -
The Southern Home Manufactory,
RALEIGH, N. C.
MUCH has been said in Congress, fcy Southern
members, about the rights of the South. This
community and surrounding country now have an op
portunity of patronizing their own merchants and those
who make up gentlemen's wearing apparel, by callingar
the Proprietor's new Establishment, Peace's Block, op
posite the Post office-. . : .
The Proprietor, having made the SCIENCE of tut
ting Gentlemen's fashionable clothing his study, in the
most fashionable Cities, for many years, is now prepar
ed to give satisfaction to all who may want their cloth
ing made. Gentlemen furnishing cloth and trimmings,
will thus give employment to many in the City of Ra
leigh. Those who ony wish their garments cut shall have
them warranted to fit, and at moderate prices. Gentle
men's garments altered and repaired at thehortest
notice. . - .
The New York and Philadelphia Fashion's for the
Fall and Winter just received. ' - ' 1 '
Wanted immediately, two first rate Coat-Makers, to
whom employment will be given and the highest wages.
. Raleigh, Oct. 22. 1850. . . 838 t20Nov.:
SALE OF NEGROES, STOCK, &C.
HAVING qualified at February Term of the Court
of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of the County of
Wake,.as Executrix to the last Will and Testament of
the late Cyrus Wrhitaker, dee'd. I shall proceed to sell
to the highest bidder, at the late residence of the said
Testator, on the 16th day of December next, .
Fifteen Likely Negroes,
Among whom are several good cooks and washer wo
men, bouse servants, several very likely yellow boys and
girls, between the ages of ten and twenty years. ':.
Also, several horses, one large mule, the entire stock
ot hogs, one yoke of large oxen, likely cows and calves.
twenty-five bead of sheep, crop ot corn, wheat, -oats, fod
der. &c Together with a large assortment of household
and kitchen furniture. ; -. -. '.
Also, a portion of the land on which the said deceased
resided. ' ' ..-. ... ;
Trbms Part cash and part credit of six months: but
more particularly made known on the' day of sale. The
purcnasers to give bond with approved security before
the property is changed. ' '
' " ' MARY WHITAKER, Exr'x.
November 14th, 1850. ; 843 3tw. ,
Public Sale; and Negroes to Hire.
ON Tuesday, the 17lh of December next, 1 shall
sell by Public Vendue, on a credit of Six months,
at (he late residence of Joel Harris in the County .'of
Franklin, 850 bbls. of corn, 47 stack, of Fodder ; 25,
000 lbs of Cotton in the seed ; a quantity of Shucks and
Peas ; 16 bbls. New Brandy ; the stock of Hogs ; Two
yokes Oxen ; 1 Ox-cart ; a large quantity of Tools of va
rious kindd ; 1 Cotton Gin ; one Wheat Thrasher two
Stills complete ; a quantity of cider barrels, and many
other articles. , : - .
At the same time and place, I will hire for the ensu
ing year, Foity or Fifty Likely Negroes. ... .
N. B. MASSENBURG, Ex'r.
November 15. 1850. - ... 5 4tw.
ATTOHSEY AND COU58ELLOK AT LAW.
Raleigh, N. C.
SOLDIERS of the War of 1812, and those who have
served in Indian Wars since 1790, their widows or
children can have their claim, for Land Bounty - tinder
the act of Congress passed September 28th, 1S50, at
tended to on moderate term, by appplying to zl
WILLIAM J. CLARKE,
. " - Attorney ai Law.
Raleigh, Oct. 16, 1850, - ,; , '837 r.
. .,. Commissioner of Tennessee.' u
NATHAND3L J. PALMER,, of Milton, has teen
appointed by Governor Troosdale, of Tennessee,
Commissioner of the State of North Carolina to take
the Probate of. Deeds, Power, of Attorney, and other
instruments to be recorded in that State. . Also to take
Depositions, Affidavits, te be used in the Court, of
.October 28th,'. 1850.1
FRAN CIS Hi ROBERTSON',
Successor to Messrs. Spotswood : fc Robertson,
' WHOLES LX AJTB KXTXIK DXALBB IK
Foreign de Domestic Drags; Medicines,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, . Perfumery. Brushes,
rj Soaps, Fancy Articles, Window Glass, and
of D. Brandreth's Garden Seeds.
; i . '. - Agents for Floor Oil Cloth., tl :
Genuine Imported Havana, Regalia and Principe Segars.
. Order, executed with accuracy, neatnessand despatch.
S. E. Corner of Bollingbrook and -Sycamore St. m'
. ' . PETERSBURG, Va. -February
i, 1850. 796 4m.
a c K
NevJ'Fa&i knd Wintbr So6sdr-iB50
' srresn Ai-rivis iront tne latest importations
-r-rv t:; a:
THOU AS Hi- FEUTaESS.
Ojrx Door'-'Abovx T'lfx Post'Officb.
HE. .Subscriber respectfully ' Announce, to h?
.friends and patrons lo the members oi th r '
islature and to strangers visiting the Ci!y, that K
continues to carry on the Tailoring Business in all it
branches at his old stand, where be shall be hapnv ,
see them and sell them great bargains The subscribe,
had deemed it unnecessary recently to advertise h;
business, as he was so well known throughout the State'
but for fear his old friends and customers might be under
the impression that he was carried awav by the great
"tornado" which passed Northward, a few days aeo
he has thought it best to inlorm them that he is still j.'
business and hopes they, will give, him a. call, jj,
would say te his old friends and customers that the lib
eral patronage he has received ince he has been here
has cemented him still more fclosely to the good old
State of North Carolina; and be trusts that their patron
age will continue to be bestowed on one who feels he
kindly appreciates ir, and for bis part there shall be
nothing lacking to give entire satisfaction. .. He mieht
say more, but a i8 sufficient for him to say that he has
the feelings of a North Carolinian. He is permanently
located here hi. interests are here and here he ex
pects to live and die. , ,r . -
The Subscriber js a friend and well-wisher to all
mechanical business in the-" Old North State." He
thinks it the duty of our people to encourage our own
hard-working mechanics, and keep them with us and
not drive them from our borders by encouraging manu
facturers ai a distance from us. We may wish for good
times and State improvements, but we will never see
them until we come to depend on our own mechanics
on home manufactures and home industry. When we
come to do this then will we see our Cities and Towns
flourishing; and our means. will not beent off (o the
"great City ' of New York or .Boston for articles that
can be made in this State as well as at either of these
places, and on as good terms. : . , ..
The Subscriber has on hand a beautiful assortment of
GOODS, selected by himself in person in the Northern
Markets, ot the latest and most approved styles and
patterns. H is Goods were purchased this Fall, and are
entirely new. They were bought on as good terms as
those of any Hsuse in this City; and he flatters himself
that he can offer as liberal if not better bargains than
any other Establishment in this City or in the Uniled
States. Call and examine for yourselves. You must
be your own judges, and you will find this no were
" puff." The Subscriber considers it unnecessary to
say any thing about, his skill in cutting or making, as
his business is conducted by himself ; and he will leare
it to those who deal with him to judge of his caparitv in
this respect. His experience in business issuch. and
he has been so long before the public, that he will not
stoop tot commend his own skill and attainments. He
leaves it to his friends and customers to judge of his
superiority over many who presume to call themselves
Tailors, or Cutters, or Artists " if you please. His
workmen cannot be surpassed by any, North or South,
and he invites the public to call and try him before pur-'
chasing elsewhere. t He pledges his word for good bat
gains, as he is determined to sell low.
: His Stock comprise, every article kept in similar
Establishments.. There is nothing you may call for
which you cannot get. Call and try" the well-known
Establishment, one door North of the Post Office.
- The Subscriber's Stock comprises tn part Super black
French Cloth, and Cassimeres plain and doeskin, of
all qualities and prices, and a splendid assortment of
fancy Cloth, which for colors and quality cannot be sur
passed. Also, a beautiful lot ot plain black Satin Vest
ings, and a superb article of fancy French Silk and
Satins for parties, with a choice variety of Fancy Cassi
meres for winter wear, and a.verv larire lot of lancv
French Cassimeres, which will be disposed of on a very
small advance. Also, a general assortment of fancy
articles, consisting of lamb's wool, merino and silk
Under-shirts and Drawers Dress Shirts, black and
white kid, merino, and fancy cassi mere Gloves Half-
hose, cotton and merino black and fancy silk Cravats:
allot which are offered at uneomnionly low prices. Aim,
a beautiful lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, madt
in my own House, and which will be disposed of at the
most reasonaoie prices. . - ,
n.i. j - .
au ana examine ior yourselves; .
N. B. Orders from a distance will be thankfully re
ceived and promptly attended to. The London and
Paris Fashions regularly received.'
THOS. R. FENTRESS.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, one or two Apprenti
ces of good moral character. ., . , T. R. F.
Raleigh, Nov. 14, 1850. ; ' 5 6L
flC-The City papers will please copy four times. '
State of North Carolina, Martin County.
Court of Pleas and-Quarter Sessions, Oct. Term, 1850,
Elizabeth Hyman and others, vs.- Simmons Burnett
Adm'r. and others Petition for Settlement.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that James
Burnett, Thomas Burnett, Reddick Hyman, Archi
bald Hyman, Cullen. Moore and w,ite Abigail, John,
William, Jane, and , Lova Louisa Moore, Children of
Asa Moore, and Minerva; Marion, William W., George
W., and Hugh Hyman, Children of Wiley Hyman, are
non-residents of this State : It is .ordered by the Court
war puDiicarion pe made tor six weeks in the North
Carolina Standard, for said James Burnett; Thomas
Burnett, Reddick Hyman, Archibald Hyman,-Cullen
Moore and wite Abigail, John, William, Jane, and Lovi
Louisa Moore, Minerva, Marion, William W., George
W.. and Hugh Hyman, to appear at the next term of
this Court, to be held for the County of Martin- at the
Court House in the Townot Williamston, on the second
Monday ot January next, and plead answer or demur,
or the Petition will be taken pro eonfesso as to them,
and heard accordingly. ... .
Witness, Lawrence Johnson, Clerk, of our said Court
at office the second Monday in October, A. D., 1850.
L- JOHNSON, Clerk.
Nov. 16, 1830. : . . . (Pr. adv. 5 624.) : 5 Or.
State of North Carolina, Martin County.
Court of Pleas' and Quarter Session. Oct. Term 1850.
PatseyJHarrell and others vs. George V. Hyman, Exr.
and others Petition for settlement.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Red
dick Hyman, Archibald Hyman, Cullen Moore and
Wife Abigail, John, William, Jane, and Lova Louisa
Moore, Children of Asa Moore and Minerva, Marion,
William W George W. and Hoeh H
Wiley Hyman are non resident, of this State : It is or
dered by the Court that publication be made for six
weeks in the North Carolina Standard lor (he Mid Red
dick Hyman. Archibald Hyman, Cullen Moore and wife
Abigail, John, William, Jane, and Lova Louisa Moore,
Minerva, Marion, William W. George W. and. Hneh
Hyman to appear at the next term of this Couit lo be
held for the County of Martin at the Court House in
the Town . of Williamstoo ,ort the second Monday of
January next and plead answer or demur, or the Petition
will be taken pro eonfesjo as to them and heard accordingly,',-.
.A ,.u ,;L ,-- .t,-,-..t.;- ;
Witness, Lawrence Johnson ClerW of our said Court
at omce tne second Mondaym October, A-D; I850i
Nov. 13. 1850. ; (Pr. Adv. $5,2J.
State of North Carolina,. Martin County
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessioq.;, Oct. Term, 1850.
Nancy Ward against W. W, Ward and ethers Petition
,,.-, for Division of Land.., ,;
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Thos.
J. Ward is not an inhabitant of this State : It is there
fore ordered by the Court, that publication he made for
six weeks in the North Carolina Standard for the said
Thomas J. Ward to appear at the next Term of this Court
to be held for the County of Martin, at the CourtHousa
in the Town of Williamston, on the second Monday of
January next, and plead anpwer or demor, or the Peti
tion will be taken pro eonfesso as to him, and heard
: Witness, Lawrence Johnson, Cleric of our said Court
at office the second Monday in October, A- D, 1850.
" ' L. JOHNSON, Clerk.
October 16, 1850. (Pr. adv. $5 62 JO 6 6t.
- Information '.Wanted. .-
A GENTLEMAN by the name of JOHN MURPHY
left this State in the Spring of 1 849, for Savannah, Gs.
He was raised in the State of New York, but had been
a resident of North Carolina some ten or twelve years.
He was. about 36 year, of age. He bad ran i Steam
Engine on the Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road that be
ing hi. trade. He wrote to hi. wife from Savannah, sta
ting that he should be at home in a short time; and this
was the last time .he heard from; him.. She baa since
been informed that he left that place for Atlanta, and no
getting employment, he went to Charleston. t, ..
. . His, long absence and silence have led hi. wife to believe
that he, has fallen a victim to Death. She is in a states'
most painful suspense. .Any information . from, any per
son as to hi. fate, or as to where he is, if still living di
rected to Mrs. Delilah Murphy,. Exchange P. O., Warren
County, North Carolina will be most gratefully received,
November lUieSO.'; ;';,;- ";, ,4 .
' EF Editor.'of newspapers generally will confer a fa
vor on the afflicted wife by copying the above.