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SBJUI-WEEKLY, $ 4 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE.
: PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. 1
WEEKLY, $2 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE.
RALEIGH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1850.'
. n r IT 1 OT I XT H ifi T
0RTH CAKULliTA .OlAfllJAftl
' LLAM W. HOLD EN,. -'
Wkkk.lt." Two dollars per annum,
Tlils oi jx first month; ,f dollars and
in aJvancc, f 01 t be acavea sis months ; and Three
fiftv cents, it PJ . h.n gIx months from the time of
Dollars, if not paw
Trt 0F,.T" or within tho
Four dollars per
first month; Four
annum, i ' if paymCntlie delayed six months;
dollars and ii y ' -j within six months from the
anJ Five Dollar. t
timLSul'"tovc1 rules will bo inflexibly adhered to.
& The above ru. fourtccn Unes wiU
ADTEMf" time for oue JoUar) and twenty-five
he mscrtcu cllh5C-ucnt insertion ; those of greater
cents r i:rtnrt orders and Judidicial Ad-
length in propor " " u j 25 per cent higher than the
..riisements will DC ma n ,.,: ,;n iw, n,.,l, t
ab0vc rate.. - hp Advertisements inser-
,hf - ".he WWeekly Standard, will also appear in
Sweeklv Paper, free of charge.
. -ii nd others, who may wish to send money
fh"b 1:10 do so at all times, by Mail and at his
X l SpU for all sums will be promptly transmuted.
r ,t, to the Editor must come free of postage.
The Caswell Female institute,
YAXCEYVILLE, N. C.
B GOULD, A.M. Principal.
. . rr T ...
Kellosg, Assistant a ia xeacner
,... KiTl E
' Ornamental Branches.
r. V. B. Gocm, Teacher of Music,
THE Subscriber, availing himself of the well known
healthiness of this situation, has undertaken toestab
- f,., Stminaru, which, in addition to meeting
L nf this vicinitv, shall merit patronage
,l,rn.l He has, accordingly, spared no pains in procur-
. nnsaessins the In-best qualiDcations.
jtii C,ho has recently arrived,) received her
Iw-tinn at some of the best institutions in the country,
i u., k l.mhlv successful as a Teacher, i estimo-
nials of tho most commendable character can be exhib
ited from gentlemen ol itic nrsi rcpecHmuiy.
Ph. nlinu of studies will now embrace all the bran
n.l ornamental, usually taught in Female
Seminaries of the highest class. Thoroughness is the
p.,,linr feature in the plan of instruction. I he govern
ment is strict, but gentle and conciliatory, tor rapid
progress and superior attainments in Music, Drawing,
pt; and Embroidery, it is believed that this School
nnn rtffi.ra VfirV unusual facilities,
The subscriber will devote one half of his time to this
school, his connection with the Dan River Institute still
continuing. -.a. ,
Board, including washing, from $5 to $7 per month.
Pupils are required to board in families approved by the
The nail session will commence on the 6lA of January
Tarlv Attention is requested as far as practicable. Charge
will be made from the time of entering to the close of
the session, and no deduction made for absence except
for protracted sickness.
Terms PeB SesSIOX OF FlTK MONTHS
Tuition, according to studies pursued from $3 to $15
.Music, (Piano with singing) three lessons per
week, with au extended series of vocal ex
ercises, for cultivating the voice after the
most approved European method,
Drawing, Painting in water colors, stylogra
phic. Monochromatic, Painting and Em
broidery, each - - - - 6
French, - - - - - -- 5
November 25, 1650. 844 3tw
Raleigh Register insert three times and forward account
FEMALE CLASSICAL INSTITUTE,
RAt-EItJII, W. C.
REV. BENNET T. BLAKE, Principal.
Mr. W. C. Docb, A.M., Professor of Mathematics
end Ancient Languages.
Karl W. Petehsilia, Professor of Music.
Mas. Lrcr M. Petebsilia. Teacher of Drawing and
TVVEXTl'-FIVE Young Ladies can be accommo
dated with board in the family of the Principal.
These will receive all the attention, and enioy all the
comforts of a private familv.
The course of study is well digested, thorough and
extensive. J he entire expense to a pupil will be cover
eJ by the payment of One Hundred Dollars in advance
for a session of five months. This will include Board
and Tuition, with Music, French, Latin, Greek, Mathe
matics, Drawing and Painting.
Taken separately, the charges will be as follows: -
Board per session of five months, $50 00
Tuition in the Classical Department, 20 00
Tuition in the English Department. 15 00
Music on Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Drawing and Painting, 10 00
Painting in oil Colours, 1 5 00
French, 10 00
The Pupils will be regularly instructed in Vocal Mu
sic, witnout further charge.
The Session for 1851 begins 6th January, 1851.
B. T. BLAKE, Principal.
Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. 4 tf.
T700T Prints of the Creator 1.25.
i- The Home Altar by Rev. Charles F. Deems, 75 ct?.
The Eminent Dead or Tiiumph of Faith in the Dying
Hour, 1,00. .
TheAnel World, a Poem by Philip James Baily',
Anthni of FestU3, 50 cts.
Life or John Randolph of Roanoke by Hugh A. Garland
2 vol. Muslin, $3,50.
History ot the Polk administration by Lucien B. Chase,
Annals of the Queens of Spain bv Mrs. Anneta George,
2 vol. clolh 1,50. "
Lives of Literary and Scientific Men ol America,
Ways ol the Hour by J. Fenimore Cooper, $1,25. V :'
Tlie Lily and the Fatom of the Huguenots in Florida,'
by VV. Gil more Siinms. " ; '
l ife here and there by N P. Willis. ' -1
he Vale ot Cddars bv Grace Agoilar. -The
Earl's Daughterby Rev. W. Sevvell. .
Just received and fin srtle bv ....
POMEROY & O'NEAL.
December 9, 1850. ... 13.
PH.E Trustees of the Forestvillo FemaU Acai'ciny
JL wish to employ a Gentleman and his Wife to take
charge of their School, commencing about the 2nd or
jfd Monday in January. If they cannot get a man aud
nis wife, they would employ a young lady
Testimonials as to character and qualifications will be
required. Address tho subscriber at Forestvillo, Wake
county, N. c. J. s. PURIFY, See.
Nov. 28, 1850. 10 tfi '
Register publish till forbid.' , ' '."'.'.'t
Builder's Companion. ' "V' .
CONTAINING the Elements pf Building, Surveying
and Architecture, with practical Rules and Instruc
tions connected with the subject. By A. C. Sineaton,
W Engineer, &c. For Sale by . ' m
, . HENRY' D TURNER.
Kaleigh, Nov. 27, 1850. 9
l-jot of Thomaatowu I.ime, just recei
R l V - - ,e "J ' Uvuun ot cull .
"""Rn, ot. 30, 1850. ' ,' " T 10
South Lowell Male Academy i
; ORANGE COUNTY, . iV C. - '-" i" '
THE present session of this Institution will close on
lhe,,20th of December ; and the next session will
commence on inursaay, January '2nd. Students are
rainestly requested to be present at the commencement
pf the session ,, V ' :
the ocnool continues under the superintendence of
the Rev. Janics.. Dean, M. A., as Principal, and Mr.
B. F. Larabce, 1). A'.:. as Associate. The Academy build
ing is new, and is so conslrucU'd astoaccommodute three
or even fouT Teachers.' ''IV is hoped that the friends ji$
the institution will rally around it, and furnish a suffi
cient number ol students to test its capability. ' ' ' -
Three objects will constantly be kept in view :
1st. To promote thorough scholarship.' 2nd. To secure
the students from the contamination of "vice, and to in
still into their minds moral and religious principles. : 3d.
To cultivate a taste for general knowledge. No pain
will be spared to obtain all these ends. -
South Lowell Academy is a " Preparatory School " of
Randolph Macon College ; but the course of instruction
is 8ii ch as to prepare for any College in the country ; and
it is equally adapted to such as do not intend to pursue
a Collegiate course. .. '
Expenses as heretofore, viz : Tuition $10 00 $12-
50, and $15 00. Board in the best families, $25 00
per session. '' ' . : "
South Lowell is in Orange county. North Carolina,
S3 miles west of Henderson, and about tho same dis
tance North-west of Raleigh. . .
D. C. PARRISH, Sec Lsc Com.
November 28, 1850. 844-4L
PLEASANT GROVE ACADEMY
FRANKLIN COUNTY, N. C.
THE Exercises of this Institution will commence on
Monday the 6th of January next, under the charge
of Mr. Edwin L. Barrett, a gentleman eminently quali
fied to instruct in all the branches taught in preparatory
Schools. The Academy will be neat and comfortable,
situated about 200 yards from the residence of (he sub
scriber, known to be one of the most healthy locations
in the State, and equidistant from Louisburg and the
Board can be had with tho subscrilicr, at 56,oo per
month, and also in the families of Mr. Joseph J. Jones,
Mr. Thomas A. Person, Mrs. Elizabeth Branch, and oth
ers, all convenient to the Academy, at the above rates.
Parents and guardians may rest assured, tliat every
attention will be paid, both to the morals and literary
pursuits of tho students; and owing to the healthiness
of the situation, the- purity of the water, and the morali
ty of the neighborhood, the public and particularly tnose
living in the lower country, would do well to give this
institution a trial. '
TUITIOS PIU SES3IOX.
For the Languages, and higher English branches, $15
Lower English branches, - . - 10
Address the Subscriber, Louisburg, N. C.
WM. J. BRANCH.
December 1st, 1350. 845 4tw.
Register and Spirit of the Age copy 4 times, weekly.
TAR RIVER ACADEMY.
GRANVILLE COUNTY, N, C. .
THIS School will be opened for the reception of pu
pils on the first Monday in February, 1851.
This Academy is located 9 miles West ol Uxloro. in
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a neignuoruoou provcrinaiiy neanny, anu tue ruima win
have every facility to attend divine worship, as there is
both a Baptist and Presbyterian Ubrrch within a mile
of the Academy.
The Trustees have secured the services of Mr. Jesse
Smith, a gentleman of considerable experience as a
Teacher, and well qualified to prepare boys for College.
The Trustees are determined to sustain a good School
in the neighborhood, (all of them having children of
their own to educate) and have therefore put tuition ut
the following very low rates: -
Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, ; 5 00
English Grammar and Geography, - - : ' 7 50
The higher Branches of English, , - - - 10 00
The Languages, - - - - . - - .12 50
Good board can be had in highly respectable- families
for 55 per mouth. Any information with regard to the
School may be had by addressing Lewis P. Allen, Tar
River, P. 6., Granville co., N. C. '
December 1st, 1850. -: 845 td. .
WARRENTON, N. C.
THE Twentieth Semi-annual Session of this Institu
tion will commence on the lut Monday in Jan. 1851.
The location is pleasant, proverbially healthful, retired,
yet easy of access at all seasons of the year. This in
stitution is so arranged and conducted as to combine the
greatest advantages with the least expense, and to give
competent and efficient instruction in all of tho various
branches of an accomplished Female Education " -The
Board and Tuition in all the branches requisite
for a Diploma and Gold Medal will not exceed $124 00
The' Ornamental branches, embracing Instrumental
Musi. Wax Fruit and Flowers, Ancient and Modern
Languages,. Drawing and Painting in Oil and Water
Colors, at the U3ual prices. '
Vocal Music, Needle and Fancy work, gratis.' '
The Libraries of the Principals are' accessible to ad
vanced Students. r -' '
Lectures upon Literary and Scientific subjects, with
appropiate experiments wilt lie delivered during the Ses
sion. Rev. N. L GRAVES, .;
J. WILCOX, .
L. C. GRAVES,
' ... Associate' Principals. .,
November 30. 1850. 9 i
SEDGEWICK FEMALE SEMINARY.
RALEIGH, N. C.
r UP. ftnri r rr 1 rriTV of this Institution will open on
I . Tuesday the first day of January, 1851.
Terms per Session of five months, (payable in advance.)
Board and Enalish Tuition, ' ' 60
Music on Piano or Guitar,
Use of Instrument, ' "
Latin and French,' each, ;
--.!... 3 00
-... :i -,10. 00-
.: . . ' . v..'..- 1 00 '
J.- FINCH, i Principal.
. :V ! 844, 4t w.
i r-rrH r-r. 1
Incidental Expenses, .-
V :.- :H MRS-J
Nov. 30, 1850.
- THE SCHOOL AX HAMILTON,
- 1MH1,.V CO. fl. ft ; l
s 'tr, J. H. HORNER resumes charge of the School
VI st Hamilton, the 1st Monday in January next.
In the Classical department the studies, as heretofore,
will be strictly preparatory to tDe university.
Rr.r,l in thtr Pr'mrinal's family and 1 uition per ses-
uinn rf fiv months.1 - - ' $55 00
Hamilton is situated on an elevated plain near Roan
oke river, twelve miles above Williamston, and is consid
red a healthy location. ' ' ' ' " '
' P. P. CLEMENTS, Se? Board Irtish
Hamilton, October, 1850.
St. MARY'S SCHOOL.
' ..:'r' RALEIGH, N. C. .
rrXHE 18th Term of this School will commence on the
I . fourth day of January 1851, and continue 'till the
7th of June.- i- !.
i For a Circalar containing full particulars, apply to the
Subscriiier. -r r, s- i ALDEKT, MB1JES. Kcctor.t.'
'i; Decembor 4th,.185Q. !;i;,-.( j n: rl l-4t
-t - FOR $450. y
LOT at wafeo rorest Uollego is tor sale, con
taining two and a half Acres, moderately Vimprov.
It is.trje handsomest site on tho Hill, and 'well wa.
1 JOS. BRIDGES.'
J5' JtU 1T1 A JLi Jli aii tlUUiii
. HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. . .
THE winter session of Mr. & Mrs. Burwoll's School
for young Ladies wiil begin on Thursday, 9th of
January : -
Board and Tuition, - - ' - ' 67 50
Music on Piano or Guitar, ' - " - '; , - 20 00
Use of Instrument for practice, " " . - 5 00
Drawing, - ' - - - ; V - . q qq
French, - - - - ' - - 1 . 'io 00
Latin, - - : - - i : - 5 00
Washing per session, "- - : - - '' : 5 00
When two or more pupils come from the same family
the charge for washing will be $2 .50 for each. As the
number of pupils is limited, persons desirous of securing
places must make early application. For circulars con
taining all necessary information, address Rev. , . Bnr
well, Hillsborough N. C.
vDec. 1 1. 1S50. ' , 12 w4t.
The Raleigh Register, Wilmington Chronicle, Fay
etteville Observer, and Newbcruian, will insert once a
week for four weeks.
THe Rev. Dr. Hooper's Family School
In the Country JYiar Isitlleton Lit pot,
' Warren County, N. C.
Teachers Rsv. Win. Hoorm, Prop. J. DeBsb-
ITIERK HOOPKB, AHD TuOMAS C. HoOPXB.
THE next session will commence on the first Thurs
day in January. It is requested that those who in
tent1 to send, will make early application. '
Nov. 23, 1850. 8 4t.
. Ifun River Institute,
Yanceyville, N. C.
rriHE Spring session of this School will commence on
I Tuesday, the 7th of January..
Board in the village and vicinity, from $8 to $7 per
Teacher of Languages,
...... ; , B. GOULD,
Teaclier of Muthemaiics.
December 11, 1850. 12 St..',
READY MADE CLOTHING,
At Wholesale mid Kctail. .
WE have just received from one of I he largest and
best established Houses in the United States,
one of the largest and best assorted Stocks ever brought
to this City, a Stock that would favorably compare with
the Custom. Work ot any Cstablisumcnl in (he Union,
which we are instrucled to sell at unprecedented low
prices, and to which we invite the attention of Country
Merchants, citizens of Raleigh, the surrounding Coun
try, and Members of the next General Assembly, and ask
them to call and examine our Stock befoie purchasing
elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at price3 that
will defy competition.
Country Merchants need hare no fears of finding us
with a broken assortment, as we shall continue to have
large additions throughout the Season.
In addition to the above, we have a full assortment of
fine Shirts, Jenny Lind and other patterns, together with
Silk. Merino, Limbs wool Shirts and Drawers.
-All nf which we will sell as low as I hey ran be pur
chased of any Establishment in New York or any oth
City. A. B. ST1TH & CO.
Raleigh, Nov. C, 1850. 8-10 w If.
Practice wliat you Prcacii.
From Jjiverpool to Wilmington N. C.
I hav just received a large stock of
CIIl.WI, H3SSte qtTEEVS U1ItB
8irectfrom the Liverpool manufactories, which
I am prepared o sell on very reasonable terms, at whole
sale or retail.
To idl who are disposed to encourage direct importa
tions, I would say that a fair share of patronage is all I
ask to enable rue to compete with any other importer in
the United States. I offer a fair chance to all who arc
disposed to build up Southern Independence. '
In addition to the Crockery Business, I will continue
to keep a large and well selected stock of
to which I particularly invite the attention of my farm
ing friends. 1 am continually in receipt of tho 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 6m.
. : Fayettcville Street. .
A few doors North of The. Yarbrough. House. :
' -.Vr.a .Vmrfff 4tppostte I-atcrenee'a Hotel
RALEIGH, N. C. ,
Is Open for the Season!
Every thing furnished in such Establishments will be
served up in the best style, and at the shortest notice. ;
Frosn Oysters of a Superior Klud,
.. UECElVElt V.1IL.W -'
."' 3 Call at Kanc'son Fayetteville Street, a few doors
to the North of Yarbrough's House, and nearly opposite
Lawrence's Hotel. , ' , ' '., ,
P. S. There is a BILLIARD SALOON in the Es
tablishment. JOHN KANE.
Raleigh, Nov. 16, 1850. , . .... , 5 tf.
NEW BOOK! STORE, ..
: Ju-t Opened Two Doors Above R. Smith's Store.
U A LEIGH, nr. c.
; rT'HE Suliscribcr has just opened a Book Store in Ra-
1 leigh.' two doors above Mr. Richard Smitn s store,
where he offers to the public ' :;; 1 : T
SGECeOX. BG9KS, : ' "
Of almost . every description, together with a large col-
, lection of . - j
KEI-IGIOUS WORKS, .
From the pens of eminent authors of the different De
nominations ; also, , .
Stationer?. ' .
Of excellent quality ; all of which he proposes, fo sell on
'very reasonable tefms. . ' ' "' '' ." "' ' ' ''',-,r-
Any Book not ori hand at present, can be ordered and
'received bv the Subscriber in a few days, and he will be
prompt to fulfil all orders from town or country.
. - JOHN W. O'NEAL.
Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1850.
. 833 If.
New Goods, New Goods !
JL06U Out for Good, Bargains.
JUST the very thing at.last ; that long and anxiously
; looked for train, containing those . , . ,
' ; i J CHEAP AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
that was selected by Alexander Creech, with great care
'and tvilh an eye sinsie to the wants ol his friends and
customers hasairived and now opened, and lor sale :
' For the Ladies a large and varied assortment oi'beau
tiful prints ol the latest styles, a large assortment of.,..:
tADtES DKESS GOODS 1 .
' a large and beautiful assortment of a most every kind for
-Gentlemen. Call at his Store, two doors above-Mr.
Richard Smith's corner, and next door to Messia. A. B.
s Stith & CoV' vJuction and Commission atort-, ami ou
'will not regret it ALEXANDER, CREECH.
':s j lUleitfh, Nov. 20. 1850. ' . . .. 8
.1 nrrk lbs. Sperm and Tallow Candles, Best
; :;ijtW99 Brands, just received by
R. TUCKER &
Raleieh, Sept. 21st, 1850
T AMP OIL, Burning Fluid, and Phosgene Gas; a
I j stood supply expected by next freight Train. '
..j-4 8 K J r - ' - p. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Nov. 27,
1950. : !
FASHIONABLE JEWELRY STORE,
; Palmer & Ramsay
HAVE Just received the most splendid stock of
Iticii and Handsome Good
in their line ever offered for sale in the city of Raleigh,
the elegance of the articles being only surpassed by their
usefulness and convenience. The patterns are entirely
new, and the beauty of the various designs by which
they are embellished are quite unique and fanciful, reach
ing the very highest perfection of art an l skill. We de
sire an inspection, which is the only proof necessary to
convince all persons of coirect taste that such splendid
Goods, at such very reasonable prices, were never offered
before in North Carolina. Our Fashionable Store, there
fore, stands A. No. 1, among the attractions of the City
of Raleigh during the present Winter.
Splendid Gold and Silver Watches,
("old, vest, fob and guard Chains,
Ladie's watch chains, new style,
Seals, keys, chains, earrings, breastpins, rings,
Diamond breast pins and Rings,
' Gold lockets, hruclets, ketches, and necklaces,..
Gold and silver Pencils and pens,
' Gold silver, and steel spectacles, -'; ..1
G aid and silver buttons and studs,
Gold and silver thimbles, and silver combs,
Gold and silver buckles and slides, .
Coral, assorted, silver and shell card cases,
Clocks, warranted good time pieces,
Silver tabic, desert, and teaspoons.
Ladles, sugrir tongs, cream, and salt spoons,
Silver & plated butter knives, silver forks and cups
Steel keys and chains and music boxes.
Steel worked bags, tnssclls, rings and beads,
A large collection of fine Cutlery, . s ;
Perfumery for tho toilet, and fancy. Boxes,
.' Full sets fine Waiters, ....
. 'Rich plated Castors, candlesticks, baskets, -Waiters
and fruit stands, new styles,
. Brittania ware and flower vaccs, .
Pocket bonks and silk purses,
. Hair, tooth and shaving brushes.
Pistols, table cutlery and guitar strings, . i"' ,
Fancy Goods, ,
: Their personal attention will be devoted to repairing
alL kinds of" Watches, Clocks anu Jewelry. " '
Old gold and silver takeu in exchange. . ,-'
November 1850. ' 6 '
THE PEPPER BOX.
Corner of Wilmington and Ilargett Streets,
RALEIGH, N. C.
MTHI8 splendid Establishment, just completed,
and elegantly fitted up, is now open for the in
spection and patronage of the Public.
W. R. PEPPER, the Agent and Manager, is wel
known in this community, and throughout the Stale, as
a Caterer for the taste of all those fond of
GAME, OYSTERS, FISH.
AND MANY OTHER DELICACIES OF THE SEASON,
Baked, Scalloped, Fried, Slwed,
And done up " brown, " with .the et ceteras.
The House is so arranged as to furnish Saloons com
pletely retired for private parties of gentlemen desirous
of feasting themselves and friends. :
PEPPER attends to the Cuisne in Person. Travs,
handsomely piled up, sent to every part of the City at
short notice; and Parties will be supplied at any hour of
the day or night, by sending their orders to the House.
Members of the Legislature, when latigued with their
arduous official duties, may refresh themselves at PEP
PER'S ; and other Visiters, as well as his old friends and
customers of the City, are invited to do the same. No
pains or expense shall be spared to make this THE
HOUSE where every wish of the Epicure shall be grati
fied.. W. R. PEPPER.
. Agent for L, F. Smith.
Raleigh, Nov. 15, 1850. ' " 84U if...
New Confectionary & Grocery Store,
3 Jioors below the 1'osl Office.
"YY7"M. GRIFFICE, & CO. have opened a Confec-
tionary and Grocery Store, in Raleigh, 3 doors
below the Post Office, where they have on' hand, and
will sell on reasonable terms the following articles:
Sugar and CofTee,
Do. St. Croix,
Candles "and Soap, -'
Black and Imp. Tea,
Salcratus and Snuff.
- Havana do.
Pepper and Spice,
Copperas and Ginger,
Brooms, etc. &c.
Myers' Best Chewing Tobacco.
Dolls, Accordians, -Fancy
Almonds, Filberts, -Palm
' Water Crackers, -Butter
and Soda, do.
Prunes, Cocoa Nuts,
Figs and Raisins,
And every thing usually kept in a Confectionary Store;
- They -will say to the public that they carry on the
Candy Making Business, : :ii
and without boasting they can assure the public that they
will sell the best Candy-as cheap as any house in the
place, aud warrant it to lie as good as can be made.
Merchants and others,' buying by tho wholesale, will
find it to their interest to give them a call. i v, -Raleigh,
October 9, 1850. , ,'. i 836 tf. -
Prime Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
Aud the best Imported Cegars,
.f ; -V. May be found at
1 ' u First ' Corner ' North of Yarbrongh House, i i
. . t t And opposite Lawrence's . Hotel, .
Keeps on hand, a good assortment of Useful, .Fancy,
and Ornamental Articles, Caufectionaries, Groceries,
,''RaJewh.:NoT.':i8S0; ,::i,-i ' -' 6.
f - -
Fresh Arrivals, Tri-Weekly!
. : HARDING & CO. V
Will Receive IVew Goods Tri-Weekly
5 ' ' . During the Winter SeasoiiV '; ' '
DIRECT; FROM. THEIR MANUFACTORY.
By this arrangement purchasers will always find
' ' Something J'ew and Attractive,'
By examining thtir Stock. As for Bargains Gentle
men you can't heigin to boy as cheap elsewhere Call
and supply yourselves,;.) . u ; --
... -: IN; TELEGRAPH BUILDING, !.
: . .' .. - .' . . , - .'. Fayetteville Street..-;
. Raleigh. Nav. 15, 1850. ", v -- . 5 .
BOOT and SEOE :
Tk L.' BURCH would inform his old customers as
F.well as others, that he has now m-his employ
'' 3f 'food Workmen aa there is in'the Union,
and feels confident that he ran make any article in his
line "as well if not a little better than can he got else
where. Mehas neither spared pains nor expense in pro
curing the service of workmen for the above purpose.1
His Materials are the best known to-the Trade.
The Latest Fashions always at hand- '
Call tw6 dooVs below the Post Office.1
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850; ' " ' " ' ; '' ', 835
xnc ' JJUgg" aisu ut nuiue Aguiiii
I HAVE just returned the: second time from Boston,
New York, and Philadelphia, having spent nearly all
of August and September in said cities, getting up our
CLOT H ING, every article of which teas cut by myself,
and made up under my dton inspection ; and I presume
there is no one in North Carolina now, who would be
verdant enough to question my capacity after the elo
quent tribute paid to my artistic skill" in our last Su
perior Conit. by Judge, Counsel on both sides, witness
es and Jurors. I refer , to the case of Biggs ttt Oli
ver" action for damages, in which 1 bad to par 250,
in consequence of my extended reputation. " '
Come in, if yon please, and assist me in paying off
the judgment by buying our Goods. Who is there, in 1
Nonb Carolina, who has not heard of the Hon. George
E Badger, the Hon. William H. Haywood, Jr., and
" Bug " Oliver ? Why their fame is no more to be
hemmed in by State lines than theirjtalenlsare tobecir
. cumscribed within the same narrow limits." ... . -
. We are connected, as all our customers know and if
, they don't know it, they may with no Northern House
but are Tailors ourselves buy our own goods, and im
port quite as many of what we purchase in proportion
. In our business, as any House in this State or out of it.
There is no Establishment here or elsewhere that pos
sc5ses any advantages over us. We buy where everbody
else buys, and we think we understand our business and
buy as cheaply. We say c ut CLOTHING is equa Ito
any ever offered for sale in North Carolina, and, we
Ihink superior, being judges ourselves of clothing. Of
lhat though, we will leave the public Jo 'decide when
they examine for themselves..; One. thing is, certain
. without intending lo reflect upon any-one we will
sell our clothing cheaper than Ihe same articles can be
bought lir in any of the Northern cities; and as cheap
as any body that comes here, who does not steal his
clothing ready made.
Our slock embraces Drab, Black, Blue, Green, Grav,
and ntherOVERCOATS from $6 lo !g.-20 and upwards.
CLOAKS, full circle, $18 aud upward. Frock, drefs,
and sack COATS trom $7 In $12 and upwards. PAN-
I ALOONS, all colors and prices, from $4 lo $8
. I b. alt kind and all sizes, at all prices Irom $1 2o
to $5. In fact, every thing lhat can be found in any
similar establishment in the Union. , .
We are North Carolinians. We are permanently lo
cited here,-and it wesell as cheap as other?, why not
give us the preference ? If we do not sell as good goods
si as small a price, we will nol ask your patronage.
Call ! call ! call ! before your purchase, at ' 1
OLIVER Sf PROCTER'S,
" ,' ' ' '- " -. . -. NO. 1.
!:'! '' ' : ' .. R. R. R. R.
" ' ' '. i' .? : Fayetteville Slieet
November 6h. 1830 2
Register copy. , .
P. F. PESCLD,
Wholesale and Retail Drnggist
Fatf.ttevii.i.e St. Ralxioh, N. C.
kFFERS for cash, or approved credit, at the lowest
"market prices, a large and well selected assortment
East India. Mediterranean and European
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
-. French, English aud American Chemicals,
Foreign and Domestic Soaps. v .
-Perfumery, Paints and Oils,
Fancy Articles, Dye Stuffs,
Fancy Soaps, Druggists Labels,
. Brushes, Window Glass,
Extracts, Surgical Instruments,
Trusses, Druggists' Glass Warc,-
Lecches, . . Shaker's Herbs and Roots,
Pimik Bbandt, Madeira, SHERRr and Pout Wises,
. , Selected for Medicinal purposes.
Sands Sarsaparilla, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Gray's Ointment, Beckwith's Pills, Ayer's Cherry .
Tectorial, Doctor Wiley's Cough Candy, Gen
uine Cod Liver Oil, together with every
article comprising the stock of a Phy
sician or Druggist. '. ,
April 7, 1850., 809 V
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Henry D. Turner,
I'nblislier. Bookseller and Sialioiicr
., No. I, Fatetteviile St. Raliigii, NQ.
HAS always on hand a large and general collection
Of ; -
Low, Medical, Theological, Classical, Voyages, Travels,
Novels and Miscellaneous Books... Also, a very
extensive assortment of School Books, &c,
Blank Books, Ledgers,. Journals, Day Books
Pass Books, Bank Books, Record. Books,..
: - - Blank Check Books, and any other kind
, that may be wanted manufactured
... . - . , ,;, .. to order. ... ;. - -
Together with a general assortment of Stationery.
Particular attention given to filling all. orders complete
from Booksellers, Merchants, Teachers, and private indi
viduals. And every article in his line sold at the lowest
prices for cash or approved credit, either at wholesale or
.-iclail..; . ; . ' - ; - . ' J'
All new works received as soon as published,
Raleigh, August 27, 1850. ... .630 .....
New Watcb and Jcwelery Store,
' W. H. THOMPSON Would respectfully in
form' the citizens of Raleigh and its vicinity, that
laiSSho- has opened a choice stock or .'ti..- 1
Watches and JeWelry. ' - jl
in a part of the Store occupied by; Mrs. Thompson as a
Millinery establishment, where he offers for sale Gold
ond Silver, watches, warranted correct time, keepc.s
' the latest styles of V '; ; .' ' '.' ;'' ;' ;" ( rt; '
. . rasliionable JTeyeIry? "
such as Guard. Vest and Fob Chains; Cameo, stone and
mourning Broaches; Plain, Chased and Stone Rings;
; Gold Pens and Pencils ; li old aud Mlver 1 tumbles ; Studs,
. Collar and Sleeve Buttons, Ear Rings, Gold and Silver
;.. Spectaqles, &c, Fancy Goods and Fine Cutlery , . all of
-which will bo sold encap, vvatcnes, oiocks ana Jewel
ry repaired in superior style." ,v Old Gold and Silver taken
. in exchange. -, , - . - ;., -.i .
: ;. -:v:- , . See R. R. R. R. .
To the citizens of North Carolina particularly.
WE can measure and furnish ah entire suit of clothes
(including coat, pantaloons, ami vest,) at from $33
to $44 ;and will warrant them to bstoqual inUll respects
to any mat ran tie inrnisneo in me uniieci &iaies iui inai
money. Gentlemen need wi' longer send nut ol the
Stale for cheap Clothing, unless they prefer it.-. ......
1( . v ,; , , , , OLIVER & PROCTER.
Raleigh, Nov. 5, 1850. - -
Royal Raleigh Ringtail Rousers.
; . Perfumed Matches. -.
OF Superior quality, just received by - -! - ':
a -: ,,-!--. .r ,-i ,, : u i P, F PESCUD.
jl v: u . - : ; . ALSO,. -i!-.; -? .'v ';
: English and American MosUid in qt. BoH's and qt.
- i tin cans, of best quality awl very-cheap..- ' ;.(':.
- f., r.,r&Hi 1
-i Raleigh, September 30, 1850.
i North Carolina A luinnac.
-J - 'day
BURNER'S North Carolina Almanac for 1851. This
'published by j : . " ; t ;;:-.- '-
.3w4.i-jrj " ;- fcNi CI Book Store.-!.
Raleigh, Oct. 1850.' -Uc I . . ' ! ; 839 t
1j .- ..- -. Hats and Caps. .
- p ' MOLESKIN, Beaver, Otter, California, Angelia
Plush, and Fnr Hats, Gents, Bys. and Children
' Sun. Cloth, Prince Do Joinville' Fine Mififary, and
- . - . l-.Jr :
Jeony L,in japs,iusi recti, "rMi mrwiif oy
v - i i K. TUCKER SON.
it ,3rpt. 21t,il850. i ---J Ktn tv. r v.
Improved Jtlortieeing Machine,
SHOULD be in every CARPENTER'S SHOP in
the State. ' .', , ' !
It will Mortirtn ttirnnr.1, Q ' :ik . .
" " t3 " W .llUVB, r. . HIV
possible ease, and is worked by either hand or foot.
Price 40 dollars Complete. Address Post Paid,
1 -, - , ; ,4 '. . Raleigh, N. V..
December 9th, 1850. ' ' ' 13
; FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
CEDAR ROCK, Franklin County.' .V. C.
D. 8. RICHA RDSON, Principal.
C. H. STOCKWELL, Assistant. .
THE Spring Term for 1851, will commence on the
ISth day of January. The New Academy will be
dedicated on that day. The Students are earnestly re
quested to be present, r or a circular containing partic
ulars, apply to the Principal, at Belford P. O., Nash
County. ... .
Nash, Dec. 13. , ' 13-UFeb.
.The Tarborough Press, Raleigh Register, Biblical
Recorder, and North Slate Whig, will please insert the
above till the 1st of February, and send accounts to D.
S. Richardspn. . .'. V .' " '- ' i
: ' ; : ; - " ' '
A N W BOOK STORE.;
"r. l?eiXK3EJ.OSr & O'KTEAI.,
No. 16, Fayetteville Street, Opposite ihe Post Office,
RALEIGH. N. C.
A RE now. receiving an extensive assortment of Law,
Tm. Medical, Theological, Miscellaneous and School
Bonks generally Annuals and choice Books lor Pres
ents, Novels, Stationary of ail kinds, which we are sell
ins at the very lowest prices, and which wears confi
dent will give satisfaction Call and -examine."
W.' LI POMEROY, 1
J. W. O'NEAL ' "
December 9, 1850. ; 13
HtiARTT & LITCHFORI).
. Dealers lu Staple aud Fancy Dry Cocdsl
MA TS, , CAPS, BOOTS AND .SHOES.
Fancy Article, &c Ac :-
HAVE received nearly their entire StoclrofTall and
Winter Goods to which 'they respectfully invite
tho attention of their customers, and ihe public generally,
and all of which are offered on the most reasonable terms.
Raleigh, Oct. 23, 1850. 838
JUST received a few setts of nandsome Girandoles;
also Silver and Plated Spoons and Forks. Call at the
North Carolina Fashionable Jewelry Store.
On hand a Urge assortment of Fine Razors, Pocket
and Pen Knives, and Scissnr-4. Warranted to be good.
j - PALMER & RAMSAY.
December 9th, 1850, ; 13
Bank of the State of North Carolina
A DIVIDEND of five per cent on the Capita! stock
of this Bank, has been de- lared for the last six
months payable at the 1 rincipal Bank on the first Mon
day in January next, aid at the Branches fifteen days
thereafter. ' C.; DEWEY, Cashier.
Raleigh, December 11th, 1850. ' ' 13 td.
CONSISTING of LadieVKid Walking,
Do. Co. Slippers,
.Do. white do. ". .' 1 '- " '
: ' Do. ' Satin, do. - ' 1
Misses Bootees, ' : : -,
' Misses snd Children's Black and Bronze Bootees,
Just received by P. TUCKER, & SON.
Aug. SO, 1850. ! ' 885
Calf Skius, Lining &c.
O : L1 BURCH, keeps constantly on hand. Calf
" SkinSi Lining Skins, Shoe finding, Slc Slc.
Kaieign, Oct-3, 1S5J. ' ' - '835
JUST Received, and for sale bv ' " I
i: : : ; ,..1 .' - o. L: BURCH.
Raleigh, Oct. 2,; 1850. , , .. , 835
-"',';''Tiiotice 7;",', ;'' ;;
IS hereby given that application will be made to tho
next Legislature of the State of North Carolina for a
Charter to cut a Canal from North River to some point
in Currituck Bay. ' .
''' October 30, 1850.' ' ; ' ; 839 5t.
Liuseed Oil."'- '
FEW Barrels' of North Carolina manufucture
very pure, in store and for Bale by ' ' '
' wiluams, HAYWOOD -& CO.
Ralergh,'Ang. 21st, 1850. 1 ' ': ;'. ",' ' 829
ITYERS' CELEBRATED CHE WING T0B AC-
UJX CO.'' Imported" Cigars different "Brands,
;i . r-. r, , - : " . - just Received by ' ' 0
R. TUCKER &"SON.
,15 raided Sacfe ",Toga.'r 1
2 DOZEN more just received". - Fancy colors, at
. ' i ' V " HARDING'S &CO.
. 5 Raleigh, NoVk 15.. - .- .j - , 41. : ;-.-..:5
' Merino Drawers and Shprts.
DOZEN just at hand
E. L'HARDING ,& CO.
'Raleigh, Nov, 5.
deceived br Etnre nv
LOT OF FINE FRENCH MERINOES, Assort
ed Colors' .- ' T
Also, a lot of Jenny' Lih Trimmings.'
- iSTAIVS & WILLIAMS.
- i-tr- ,0 I '-'ii'j
i A PPLIC ATION .will.be made io the- present session
of the.Gcue.rai Assembly of, IVorth Csroiioa, for the
passage of ah( A'cf to incorporate the .Caswell Mutual
Fire Insurance Company. . MANY CITIZENS.
. Caswell l.ounty, December 7th, ;i850. . 13 2 w.
GLASS JARS, 30 dozen assorted low priced Jars
for1 Preserves and Confectioners use, for sale at the
Drug Store of WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD &' CO.
Aug. 27, 1850. ..830
Bniiuets Coiili'( ' j
"I CC MORE of those desirable Coats, just opened at
-I VV the low price of -$4 50. '. . . '
! ; - . - - .; ; E. Li HARDING &( CO.
Raleigh Nov. 15.-' I " ,'... ; ?r , S
ri .Fom ncyinan Tiiilors Wanted.
: VllWo OUKNEYMAN.TA1LORS will find employ
I ment by immediate applicalu-ii to Olirei and Pioc
tor 'One" but steady men and first-iaie woikmen netd
apply. ; . i ' OLIVER t PR OTER.
- Oct. 7. 1850." 7' ' ' i ' 36 tr.
;: ;;Flne Faucj Ca Panii, ,(
UR Slock'ofFai cy Casiu'iere Panl. ramiot be btat
K. L. HARDING-, o-
Raleigh. Nor. 12. 18a0. , . J ... 4
: fjeatitifal I's. ncy Silk" Vents;
t DOZEN of decidedly the prettiest patterns ever ex
hibited in Rslcigh, at ', ' . ; ;
r J,. IIARDING'9 AT CO.
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