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tfHd Crack of -Doom.
tTTHEN the trump of the Seventh A ngel shaU re
VV -verberate from the cloud-capped summits or Mt
Dhawalageri, to the snowy peaks of Hecla, when in the
Closing scenes in the last act of Earth's great drama, the
toiee of the Archangel, with the right foot set on the sea
and his left foot on the , earth, shall be heard bidding
"mortality put on the robes of immortality on lhat ter
rible day when the , . . -
- Scien Vial of Wrath '
Qk.ii k .J nut tinon the Earth, when this mighty
fabric shall crumble, and desolation with giant strides
shall stalk, over the dominions of man, thcn.it is written
. Time shall be no Longer.
Do ye dare, ye rigid moralists who from the book of Na
ture learn to reverence " Nature'a God," or ye scoffers
of the ' .
. Revealed Religion, . . .... .,
Who vaunt your deistical dogmas, dare ye pronounce
the prophecies of Zechariah, the son of Iddo, false, or
revelation a fraud. ; ;
The bare contemplation of' Earth s dying throes has
in it a power potential," to strike with awe the stout
est heart, but , .
" Hope humbly then, with trembling pinions soar,"
And as in the ramifications of business iife,"Hope,
"sweet Hope," by its saving influence tranquilizes the
mind ; without hope, the dull monotony of human life
would be far less desirable than the tranquil slumbers of
the graver but with it,
. . i, . Kings are made Gods,
And meaner creatures kings." .
The tiller of the ground sows his seed, and hopes for
an abundant harvest. The poor man as he wistfully
gazes at the gorgeous equipage of bis rich neighbor, or
listens to the sounds of music as they fall in gentle ca
dences on his ear from the marble halls of the million
aire, clings the tighter to hope, and with fresh energy
seeks for riches. Let tual poor man who would revel in
loiuit, tour 1M POWK, -Or
the rich man who would increase the store that for
tune has blessed him with,
READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT,
And learn that Foetuses are the wares that are offered
to the public by the
Old Established Bankers and far-famed Lottery
PYFEB, & CO.
Ub. I Light St. Baltimore, Md.
Brilliant Schemes for December, 151.
. Confidence Strictly Observed.
n,. nanltal No. of Price of Priced
Dee. Prises. Ballots. Tickets. Packages
1 $25,000 75 Nos
2 20,000 : 75 Nos
3 35,000 75 Nos
4 20,000 78 Nos
5 20,000 73 Nos
6 33,397 78 Nos
8 25,000 75 Nos
9 .20,000 75 Nos
10 40,000 78 Nos
11 18,000 78 Nos
IS . 15,000 75 Nos
13 S2.418 75 Nos
15 23,000 78 Nos
16 25,000 78 Nos
17 30,000 75 Nos
18 20,000 78 Nos
19 21,500 75 Nos
20 40,000 78 Nos
23 5 of 12,000 78 Nos
23 20,000 75 Nos
24 35,000 78 Nos
25 24,000 75 Nos
26 15,000 75 Nos
27 60,000 - 78 Nos
29 27.500 7? Nos
30- 16,312 78 Nos
31 ' 33,000 75 Nos
"The price of Packages
12 drawn $8 $37 00
12 drawn 5 18 00
11 drawn ' 10 40 00
15 drawn . 5 16 00
13 drawn 5 18 00
15 drawn 10 30 00
12 drawn 8 27 00
15 drawn 5 15 00
12 drawn 10 35 00
13 drawn 5 . 18 00
14 drawn 4 13 00
11 drawn 15 55 00
13 drawn 8 27 00
10 drawn 5 20 00
13 drawn 10 35 00
14 drawn 5 18 00
12 drawn 5 IS 00
13 drawn 12 45 00
13 drawn 8 27 00
12 drawn 5 18 00
16 drawn 10 30 00
13 drawn 5 18 00
14 drawn 4 13 00
13 drawn 20 75 00
15 drawn 8 25 00
12 drawn 5 18 00
13 drawn 10 35 00
of Quarter Tickets only, is
The Managers Printed Drawing, endorsed by the
commissioners appointed (for this purpose) by the Gov
ernor of Maryland, are in all cases sent to our Corres
Letters always strongly and carefully scaled.
The purchasers of Packages of Tickets seldom have
more than six chances against their drawing in a Pack
age any of the Capital Prizes, and one Fackage may
draw four of the highest Prizes. Two-thirds of the
Prizes are sold in Packages of Tickets.
Please order a few days befoii the Lotteries draw.
All Orders punctually answered by the return mails.
Persons at a distance from Baltimore, who wish " For
tune Buckled on theit Backs," will find that it is only
necessary to enclose the price (as laid down in the above
schedule,) for a Package of Single Tickets to the Truly
Fortunate, Far-Famed and Old Established House of
PYFER & CO.
No. 1 Light St., Baltimore, Md.
Or, Box 524, Baltimore Post Office.
December 1, 1851. 10
IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES !
Patent Compound Wash Mixture.
For Washing Clothes Also, for Washing, Cleaning,
. and Beautifying Painted Surfaces, the Walls,
Ceilings and Entries , the Halls, Parlors, and
Rooms of Private and Public Buildings
the Fronts, Boors and Windows of
Fancy Dwellings ; the Pews
and Interior of Church'
est Furniture the
State Rooms and Cabins of Steamships, Steam
boafs,and Packet-Sliips , Passenger
Cars, Brasses, Iron Railing,
Glass or Metallic Sur
' ' faces, fc Ac '
"VYTARRANTED to give entire satisfaction, and des-
f tined to effect an entire revolution in the business
of the laundress being an improved Preparation for
Washing Clothes perfectly, with astonishing facility and
dispatch, and without injury to texture or color. Every
family, of whatever size, can do all their washing in less
than, one hour, without the labor of rubbing, pounding,
bleaching or the friction of a machine, thus saving time,
expense and labor, and securing exemption from the dis
eases caused by the exposure and fatigue incident to the
Usual mode of Washing, while Clothing itself will be
saved from the wear and tear of ths " wash-board and
friction, and last much longer.
The undersigned, having purchased from the Patenter,
the sols right and interest for the State 'of North Caro
lina, in his Patent Compound Wash Mixture, hereby
informs the Public, that he wishes to dispose of Family
or County Rights for the same.
Persons living at a distance, wishing to procure the
right to make and use this Valuable Preparation, can do
so, by remitting FIVE DOLLARS to me, at Ral
eigh, which amount will entitle them to a family right;
which right shall be tent by mail immediately, with the
proper directions to make and use the same. I am in
possession of a large number of certificates from Ladies
and Gentlemen of high standing, not only in this State,
but in Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina ; but, 1
deem it unnecessary to -fill a long Advertisement with
them, unless requested, as the article will speak for it
self, and is so favorably known in all the Northern and
Southern States. 1 .
I aim to visit all parts of the State at as early day
as possible, to give the Public an opportuuity of testing
JOHN J. CHRISTOPHER, is my authorized Agent
for this City during my absence.
WESLY WHITAKER, Jr., is the General Travel
ling Agent. - f
Feeling satisfied by the use of this Mixture in my
own Family, that it cannot fail to please all who try it,
I invite all to call and see or send in their orders to
'" J. J. RYALS.
Raleigh, Sept. 23,1851. 94 t
NtStlqe ! Notice !
'.VNdieii2dorpcemler..ncxt,4hll proceed to sell
V f watroatx ssorve, at my late residence in Wake Conn.
' Sly. fnyiouaehoId-aad Kitchen Furniture, a set of Black-
ttfc-roots.. Farimn? Utensils. Uart. Wamn f':
:l t TJlf-Aahpr. tn-vArhnr with mv crnn nf r
-and Oats, my stock of Horses and Mules, three yoke
"fi oea. several good milch Cows, twenty or thirty head
-tjiiTCp anu my siock 01 nogs, mere win also be sold
avqic aix or "Be Ten thousand pounds ol Fork.
"Terms made known on the day of sale.
t w ' JOHN D. POWELL.
December 5, ! 85 1. ''.' ntJ
II ATS ! HATS ! C HATS ! I I
you want a fine fashionable Hat, call at ; .
: ? LARGE SAIiE, i V 1 r
Valuable Seal & "Personal Property.
' Commencing'' 12th ' January, 1852. , ,
THE;Sobscribera,as'Execators of the late Richard
Hioes, offer for sale the very valuable Plantation he
died possessed of, containing, abou 2700 acres, a little
over half of which is.cleared and in a, high state f cul
tivation. The Plantation is a-ituaied on the north side
of Tar River, in Edgecombe County, six or seven miles
east of the Railroad, and nine miles above Tarboropgh
adjoining the lands of Richard Harrison, and others.
There is.op the premises a large and comfortable dwell
ing with eight rooms and all the necessary out-houses
and fixtures of the best kind and in good order.
-We will not go into a detailed statement of the aupe--?nf
itw nf this Plantation, but invite all persons wishing
to purchase valuable land to examine this. A plat of
the land with a survey ot the cleared portions is lett in
the hands of Mr. Isaac" B. Farmer, on the premises,
who is well acquainted with it and will give ant infor
mation to persons wishing to purchase. We will sell it
in one tract or divide it into two or three. If not dis
posed of at privatesale, before the 12th ol next January,
we will, on that dav, at 2 o'clock. P. M-, on the premi
ses, offer it at public sale to the highest bidder.. It has
not been necessary for a Physician to visit it during this
yC We will also sell at the same place, one hundred and
ninetv negroes, of the most valuable kind ; among them
are three carpenters, (one of these a Wheel-wright,)
two Blacksmiths, one painter, three first-rate house
servants, (one of them a seamstress.) a good ostler and
some of the best cotton-pickers in the Stae. -
Also, the Stock and Crop, consisting of about 1600
stacks of Fodder, two hundred buhelsof Rye, lour hun
dred bushels of Peas, three hundred and fifty fat hogs,
250 out hogs, 68 head of cattle, of the most improved
Krooil Amonor them are many fine milk cows, and nine
nf vnnn? oxen, laree and well broke; 1 pair of
horses, 1 pair splendid thorough bred fillies, 3 blooded
mares, 2 very fine ponies, 150 head of sheep, the seed
frnm near 400.000 nounds of cotton, two Gins, one
wheat thrasher, three saddles and bridlt 8, forty casks of
plaster and lime, eight wagons, ten carts, tnirty-six sides
ol leatner, nousecoiu ana Kitcnen mrunuic, anu an iu.
farming implements of every description. The sale will
rnntinue frota dav to dav until everything is disposed of.
(- Terms of Sale. The land will be disposed of
on a credit of one, two, and three years. Bonds bearing
interest from date, with-approved security, will be re
quired. The other property will be sold on a credit of
six months, for all sums over ten dollsrs ; and all under
that amount, cash ; the purchaser giving bond and se
curity before the property is delivered.
W. R. SMITH. p .
PETER E. HINES, 5 ,
Dec. 1. 1851. 896 wtl2J.
, . GERMANTON, N. C.
GERMANTON LODGE No. 116 of Ancient York
Masons, take pleasure in informing their brethren
of the order, and the pnblic generally, that they are
about establishing at Germanton, an institution of
a high grade of scholarship, for the education of
They, with many others, having long felt the want
of a school of this character in this part of the South,
have taken measures to build up an institution that will
give to our young men every advantage for obtaining a
thorough education in any part, or the whole of a Col
lege Course. Students can be prepared for any of the
Mr. Georgk.M. Eterbibt has been elected by the
Board of Trustees as the Principal. Mr. Evcrbart
has had the experince of nearly seven years as Teacher
four years as the Principal of an Academy, and three as
an instructor in one of the most popular colleges in the
South. . Marked success has attended his efforts in each
of these departments. Moreover, if scholarship and
untiring energy and a devotion to his profession, can re
commend him to our people, he surely will receive
their entire confidence. Several competent assistants
will aid him, and such other means will be employed
that shall raise the School at once to a position of su
Tlie Edifice is a very large and elegant brick build
ing. Germanton is remarkable for its healthy location,
and the morality of its citizens. : Board can be obtain
ed in our best families at the low price of $6 per
The scholastic year is divided into two unequal
sessions, the first commencing on Tuesday, the 1st
of January, 1852, continues 15 weeks. The second,
commencing on the third Monday in June, continues 27
The pi ices of tuition are as follows:
Ancient Languages, - - $25 per year,
English and Mathematics, 18
The Primary branches, - - 14 -
of tht Lodge are the Trustees of the
f J. F. Hixt.
1. f. IJI BB03T,
Dr. W. W. Stedmax,
J. A. Bittijtg,
Dr. B. Joxes,
Dh. W. Withebs.
behalf .of Trustees,
IS. S. Blackburn.
Germanton, Oct 20,
1851. 103 w.Ist Jan.
Forestville Female Academy,
B. W. JUSTICE, A. B. Principal.,
H E exercises of this institution will be resumed
on the third Mondav in Jap.ua ry 1852, under the
care of the Principal above named, a gentleman who
graduated with distinction at one of our State Colleges.
and has had considerable experience as a teacher. He
will be aided by an assistant everyway competent to
teach Music and all the ornamental branches usually
tauht in Seminaries for young Ladies. In point of
health, intelligence and good society, it is believed For
estville and the surrounding country cannot be excelled
by any locality in the State. And the Trustees are de
termined that an opportunity shall be offered parents to
educate their daughters here, as well as at anv similar
school, and at the same time keep them free from the
distractions and extravagance of towns.
Per Session of five months. 7. 10, or 12 Dollars, ac
cording to advancement in English branches.
Liatin and v rencn, each, $5.
Music on the Piano, with use of instrument, $18
" Guitar S18
Board can be obtained with the Principal or in nrivate
families, at $8 per month.
for further particulars, address thePrmcmal or the
Secretary of the board ot Trus'ees. Bv order of the
Trustees. PEYTON A DUNN, Secretary.
Forestville N. C.Nov. 28th, 1851. 896 w6w."
PLEASANT GROVE ACADEMY,
WAKE FOREST, N. C.
FHE next session of this institution will commence
on the 2nd Monday in January next, under the su
pervision of Mr. William M. Crenshaw, a graduate of
ttanaoipn iviacon uoiiege. iwr. urensnaw comes highly
recommended by the faculty of said institution, has a
great talent for imparting instruction, and possesses a
good knowledge of human nature. . ,
Students can be prepared here for any College, or for
the active pursuits of life.
This institution being permanent, and situated in a
eighborhood distinguished for its health and beautiful
scenery, a liberal share of patronage will be expected.
i ne i rustees are building a new Academy 1 miles
from Forestville, which will be completed by the next
Terms 7, .ftl0, and 815 per session of five months.
according to advancement. No deduction except in ca
sseof protracted illness. 'Board can be obtained at $6
per month, b or lurthf.r particulars address Dr. W. H.
HEARTSFIELD, at Forestville.
, By order of the Trustees.
Nov. 24, 1851. 895 tl5Jan.
TAKEN up and committed to the fail of Caswell
County, on the 23d day of October, 1851, a Negro
man, wno saya ms name is SIM u IN , and that he belongs
to John Segar, or Scgars, of Chesterfield District, South
Carolina. Said negro is about 36 years old. five feet, four
or five inches high, his front upper teeth decayed, had oTN
wnen lateen up a wool fiat, dark brown Woolen coat
and pantaloons.- The owner is requited to prove proper
ty PT charges, and take him away, ofche will be dealt
with as the law directs. F. A. WILEY. Sheriff.
October 24 th, 1851. -. 892 w2m.
. JOB PRINTliYG.
THE Subscriber has recently supplied himself with a
full ard varied assortment of the best and most fashion.
ableJob type, and is now prepared to execute Jobs of all
Kinds witu neatness and despatch, and on moderate
Call at the Standard Office, Raleigh, N. C.
W. W. HOLDEN.
Abbotftt history of Josephine.
TtBICE 60 cents. ' ; ". ' "
J. For sale by ' ' W.: L,
Raleigh, November 9th, 1851.
State of Iforth Carolina, Pitt Connty
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov., Term, 1851.
The petition of Artemesia Whitfield, Elizabeth W hit-
. . - mi ..p il :-.. f.r hi.
: Held, and Jesse i nomas wnuueiu, ou lumni, yj -next
triend, Jesse Bryan, ov TeuiplesiWhitfield,
Adffl'r. of Benjamin Whitfield. Joel V? hitfieidBenr
jamin Whitfield, Albania Corun. Marmaduke House.
', Petition for Account.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that fh
defendants, In this' Case, Joel Whitfield, BenjamtBi
Whitfield, and Albania' Corun, are non-residents of this
State, it is therefore ordered that publication be made
in the North Carolina Standard .tornve weeks succes
sively, notifying the said non-residents to appear at th
next term of this Court, to be held for the County of
Pitt J at the Court House, in Greenville," on the first
Monday in February next, then and there to make their
defence to this petition, or the same will be taken pr
confesso as to them and heard accordingly.- ,
Witness, Henry Sheppard, Clerk of our said Court
at office, in Greenville, the first Monday of November,
and in the 76th year of American Independence A.'D'
1851. " H. SHEPPARD, C. C. C.
Nov. 20, 1851. (Pr. of Adv. $5,62$.) 895 5w.
State of North Carolina, Pitt County.
Coort of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term, 1851.
The petition of Hardy Johnson, William Johnson, Ju
lia Johnson, Anna Johnson, atid John Herrington and
wife Susan, tis. Cannon Johnson, Lewis Johnson, and
Jemima, wife of Noah Witherington. t -
' Petition for Partition. 1 ; , :
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that'the
defendants reside beyond the limits of this State, it is
therefore ordered that publication be made in the North
Carolina Standard for six successive weeks, notifying
the said defendants to appear at the next, term of this
Court to be held for the County aforesaid, at tha Court
House, in Greenville, on the first Monday of February
next, then and there to plead, answer or demur, or this
petition will I e taken pro confesso as to them and heard
accordingly. ..-. ,
Witness, Henry Sheppard, Clerk of our said Court,
at office, in Greenville, the first Monday of November,
and in the 26th year of American Independence, A. D.
1851. " H, SHEPPARD, C. C. C.
Nov.20, 1851. (Pr. Adv. $5,624.) 895-6w.
State of North Carolina, Granville Co.
Srmrn Inn C.nV RT or LAW. SEPTEMBER TERM.
William Wilson vs. Elizabeth W ileoa Petition for
' ' ' Divorce.
I this case it appearing Chat a copy of the petition
aad subpoena weie issued to the defendant in man
ner as by the statute in such cases is required, and the
return thereon being lhat the Defendant is not to be
found, proclamation is publicly made at the Court House
door by the Sheriff for the said defendant to appear and
answer as commanded by the subpoena, and the said
detendant failing to appear.it is ordered by the Court
that publication tor tbtee months be made in the North
Carolina Standard tor the said Elizabeth Wilson to be
and appear at the Superior Court, to be held for the
riountv and State aforesaid, at the Court House in Ox
ford, on the first Monday of March next, and answer to
the plaintiff's petition.
Witness, Benjamin C. Cooke, clerk of our said Coort,
at office, in Oxford, the 24th day of October; A. D. 1851.
BENJ. C. COOKE, c. c. c.
Oct. 27, 1851. (Pr. Adv. $7,50) 103 3mw.
State of IVorth Carolina, Franklin Co.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, September 1 erm,
Young Patterson, Executor of Nathan Patterson, dee'd.,
against Erasmus Fenner and others, Heirs at Law
of Dr. Richard Fenner, deceased.
Original Attachment levied on Land.
IN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that Erasmus Fenner and others, (whose names are
unknown,) but who are Heirs at Law of Dr. Richard
Fenner, deceased, live beyond the limits of this State ;
it is ordered that publication be made in the North
Carolina Standard, a paper published in the City of Ral
eigh, for six successive weeks, for said Erasmus Fenner
and others, who are Heirs at Law of Dr. Richard Fen
ner, deceased, to appear at our next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, to be held for the County of Franklin
aforesaid, on the 2d Monday in December, A. D. 1851,
and replevy, plead, answer, or demur, otherwise judgment
pro confesso will be entered against them, and the Land
levied on be condemned and ordered to be sold to satisfy
the plaintiff's recovery and costs.
Witness, Young Patterson, Clerk ot our said Court,
at Office, the 2d Monday of September, 1851.
Y. PATTERSON, C. C. C.
October 25th, 1851. (pr. adv. $5 62 J.) 104- 6 w.
State of North Carolina, Granville Co.
Court of Equity, Fall Term; A. D. 1851.
Elizabeth Williams vs. Wm.v Williams, Adm'r. of
Geo. Williams, and others, Original Bill
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Coort that the
detendanraiThomas Dew and wife Betsey, James
Weathers and wife Nancy, Heury Williams, Arthur
Williams and Jones Williams, are not innabitauiwjf
this State, it is-therefot e ordered by the Court that pro
lication be made six weeks successively in the North
Carolina 'Standard, for the said defendants to appear at
the nest Term of said Conrt. to be held in the Court
House, at Oxford, on the first -Monday of March next,
and plead, answer or demur to the said bill of complaint,
otherwise the same will be taken pro confesso and heard
Witness, James M. Wiggins, Clerk and Master of said
Court, at office in Oxford, the first Monday of Septem
JAS. M. WIGGINS, C. M. E.
Dec. 4, 1S51. (Pr. Adv. $5 62J.) 896 6w.
tate of Iforth Carolina, Wake Countt,
ICourt of Pleas &. Quarter Sessions, Nov. Te.-m, 1851.
The nuncupative w:llof John Pennington.Meceased.
being reduced to writing, as testified to by the two sub
scribing witnesses, and being exhibited in Open Conrt
and offered tor probate by George H. Pennington and it
appearing to the satisfaction of the Coort that John W.
bpain ana bis wile Susan, beirs at law of the said John
Pennington, are non-residents of this State : It is there
fore ordered by the Court that publication be made in the
JNorth Carolina standard, a newspaper published in the
City of Raleigh, for six weeks successively, notifying
the said John W. Spain and his wife Susan to be and ap
pear before the Jujtices of our next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, to be held for the County of Wake
aforesaid, at the Court H ouse, in the City of Raleigh, on
the 3rd Monday of February next, and then and there
to. show cause if any they have why the said will shall
not be admitted to probate. .
Witness James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said Courj
at office, the 3rd Monday of November, A. D. 1851.
JAMES T. MARRIOTT, Clerk.
Dec. 8, 1851. (Pr. Adv. $5,62 1-2.) 887 6w.
RANA WAY from the subscriber on the 21st inst.,
a Mulatto man, LEWIS, about 25 years of age, six
feet high, and carries himself very erectly: is intelli
gent and likely. : He professes to be a Barber and Shoe
Lewis was purchased a short time since from a
Kentuckian, has been employed in driving horses and
mules, and is well known in Tennessee and North Ca
rolina. He probably has a pass, and is making his wav
back to Kentueky, or to a free Stare.
The above reward will be paid for the delivery of
Lewis to the subscriber, in Columbia, S. C. or for his
confinement in any jail in any Southern State.
J. M. E. SHARP.
Columbia, S. C. Oct. 24, 1851. 895 St.w.
ON Monday alter Christmas, being the 29th of De
cember next, I shall sell at the late dwelling house
of James Tomlinson, deceased, some eight or ten Ne
groes of various ages and sizes and of both sexes. I shall
also sell at the same time tome 200 barrels of Corn and
some 80 Blade Stacks (if not sold before) and some 4
or 5 pens of Shucks. i
1 he Negroes will be sold on six month's credit, and
the Corn and Fodder on a credit of three months, with
interest from date.
There will also be hired out some twenty Negroes for
twelvemonths. .. ;-
Notes with approved security will be required in
every instance. :i B. H. TOMLINSON, Adm'r.
.Johnston County ..Dec. 1 1851. 897 2t.
. Select Classical School, . ;
T'vMeLLTILLX, AllHABCK CoDltTT, N. C.
(HE next session of thiorSchool will commence on
the 14th of January, 182. 'J
As the numbar of pupils is limited, earfy application
is requested. ...... ) . ;r
The situation, 20 miles N. V?'. of Chapel Hill, 14
West of Hillsborough and 5 miles Easof Granam, has
always been considered one of . the healthiest places in
tHb Stato. The School enjoy she advantages of a tri
weekly mail. ,' 'f', ' '. , ""'
For circulars containing the pface of the School' and
terms, apply to the Rev: Alexander Wilson, D. D. Mel-
.11. -A - . . -pit -v' - . .
Dec. S, 1851. . ' . ; 4
NORTH CAROLINA READER.by C. H. Wiley'.
Esq., $1,00. Jorsaleby ,
; : : w, l; fomeroy
Rare Chance for a groo Investment:
IS pow, offered! 1y the. Subscriber , who
sr!! wlshes "to dispose of his' ir;" !!,
" ' ' Carriage and Harness Manufactory. . p.
- Thia'extensiveland well known Establishment, las
now been in operation for upwards of 10 yars, and has
turned out and sold more vehiclea than any other in the
State. The sales for the last P'e ycara have fWfl
upwardof 8 20,000 per annum. The EsUblishme
iituated on Main street, anu cV"i" " - - i
containing 8 benches; a Harness.. nop,. fu"J"i"
benches ; a Blacksmith Shop ynXh 4 forges, and Largs
and commodious Paint ami I rimming
. . .. , ' mi a laree
and in excellent oroer. luucai..-- -- -wood
house," filled with an immense quantity of fine sea
soned Timber, adapted to every department of the Busi
ness. ; A Turning Lathe and Saw moved by horse pow-
i ih. nromisea. Shelter for vehicles,
and in a word all the improvements ar-d conveniences
.. .. . - . n-. 1 1 l . IVTnrth hr'Soutn.
found m tne nest Eisxaousnnieuui cimci
Immediately opposite, are tne xwemuB
- j mt i,.. ru TtnnlKntr.hnnae' IS a fine
"" ana vrare nuuw. " -.....&
two story building, with an acre lot attached, having all
i n:AnAAa iwonimfl rv s.
necessary out nouses ana cynicuwuv
r:i mi :. xU..t'.l hoalthv and tileasanu
luuiiiYv i ne suuauuu i'.i - j - - . ,
The Ware-house is a new two story 60 M 26 ft. build-
ing, and cost upwards ot tfiaou..- m .
will be found a large and varied assortment of 1
Trimmings, 1 Paints, leatner ana iarucB
- - mountings, -; ;; "
all new and of the latest style. , ;
The position of Greenville', "situated as it is in the
midst of the. wealthiest and most fertile portion of the
State, connected with Raleigh and the west by a Plank
Road, with the east and the seaboard by a river always
open to Steamboat navigation besides the high charac
ter of the Establishment, for the durability and elegance
of its work, combine with the gmwing importance of
the place to Tender it the most appropriate point in East
ern Carolina for a Carriage Manufactory. The purcha
ser will obtain the most accommodating terms, and any
reasonable time to make his payments.
To his friends and patrons the subscriber returns his
hearty thanks for their liberal patronage, anu informs
them that he has now on hand the largest and finest as
sortment of BUGGIES and o'her VEHICLES evef
seen here, which he will be happy to sell on low terms
for cash or negotiable notes. He respectfully invites
friends and purchasers to call and examine bis stock.
-. i JAMES NELSON.
Greenville, June 25, 1851. 75 tf'
THE subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership,
under the name and style of McRAE & HAR
RISS. and have taken the new eranite front store, late-
ay erected by Capt. G. Potter, on Front between Market
md Dock streets, where they will always Keep a com
plete wholesale anr" ret ail stock of Crockery and Farm
Ins- TniDlements. to which they invite the attention of
merchants and others. ' - ' .
Being IMPORTERS, we feel confident wo can sell
articles in our line on as favorable terms, and of a good
quality, as tan be purchased in the United States. "
ALEX. McRAE, Jr.,
N. T. HARRISS.
Wilmiggton.Oct. I, 1851. 97 tf.
.. i ' NOTICE. '
THE subscriber having formed a co-partnership with
Mr. N. T. Harriss, is desirous of closing up his old
business, and begs leave to urge upon those indebted to
him the necessity of a prompt settlement of their bills.
He at the same time tenders his thanks to his former
customers for their kind patronage, an J solicits a contin
uance of the same to the new firm.
. . ... - . ALEX. McRAE, Jr.
Wilmington, Oct. 1, 1851. 97 tf. '
McRAE A: HARRISS,
TMPORTERS and Wholesale, and Retail Dealers in
JLChina, Glass, and Earthenware, and Farming Imple
ments, west side 'Front street, between Market and
Dock streets, Wilmington, N. C.
Wilmington, October I, 1851. 97 tf.
: Prime Green Xea,
JUST Received,' '
Loaf, Crushed, clarified and brown Sugar,
Java, Lagoira and Rio Coffee, .
Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Starch, Nutmegs," Cloves,
: and Mace, Spanish Indigo, bar Lead, Powder, Shot,
and Percussion Caps, Blacking, shoe, scrubbing, horse,
crumb and hearth Brushes, tooth, nail and hair brush
es," cut Nails, finishing and common Brads, Swedes
Iron and cast Steel, cotton and wool cards, bellows,
brass and cast Irons, Gothic Fenders, shovels and
tongs, Hods, fire carriers. Painted and brass bound
Buckets, wire sieve3,Sftovels and spades, Collin's axes,
,Ausuri, ram. fijea. chisels, crosa-cut and mill sawljj
uroau axes, auzs. rrying pans, warer ana wame irons,
Knob, pad, stock, till., and cupboard Locks, hinges,
screws, finishing brads, cut tacks, knives and forks,
Pen and pocket knives, scissors and shears,
Iron squares, trace and log chains, wagon boxes,
Tin and Crockery ware.
For sale by
Oct. 14, 1851. 99;
MARBLE WORK AND IRON RAILINGS.
JG33C3XT S'TK.TJTECEaa.S & SG2ST,
No. 360 Market-Street, Philadelphia,
furnish all kinds of Jllarble W"brk,
MANTELS, MONTJME29TS, TOMBS, &C,
At the most reasobable rates, and work w ranted equal
'to any bouse in the Union. '
aiGILB & GALLAGHEE,
Corner -of Broad Jk Coates Streets,
ALL KINDS OF IRON RAILINGS,
For Enclosures, Balconies, Verandahs, and any
F.9JYC1T irtO.V WOItlt, '
On the most reasonable terms. Orders attended to with
September 27,1851. 94 6m V
A. B. STITII,
Agent, Commission Merchant and Dry Goods
Broker, New York.
TENDERS his services to the Merchants, Planters,
and citizens of the Southern States, and will attend
to any business in his line either in the sale of Produce
or Merchandize, orthe purchase of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Crockery, Shoes, Hate, Furniture, Carriages,'
Musical and Agricultural instruments, Bagging Rope,
Drugs. Medicines, &c. He flatters himself as a purchaser
Of SOOds for Southern Mnrdlnntc ItiooTTUinAnM will Ar
able him to give entire satisfaction to" the Merchants who
may entrust to nun merr oraers. . '
His Excellency Charles Manlyl Raleigh. " ....
William Hill, Secretary of State, do - '
G. W. Mordecai, Pres't B'k of State, do ' ' '
Dr. J. O. Watson, Pres't Mo. In. Co., do . ' .
" B. F. Moore, Esq-i Attorney Gen.,' do ... . !.
Matthew Shaw Esq., Washington. . y 1' .'
on. j. k. J:uaniei, wetdon.
R. H. Lewis, Esq., Greensborough, Ala.
Raleigh, February 6, 1850. '
" MOR10EW BOOKS. ...'u-qpZ'
THE life and times of Calvin, the great Reformer.
Translated from the German of Paul Henry JO D
2 vol., 8 mo, $3. -, . - , ';. .. ,'v '.
Scenes and Leirenda in th Nnrth nr enj '. "v 1
Hugh Miller, author of Old Red Sand Stone, Foot
fnnte ot the Creator, &c.i 1 vol.. 12 roo. i .as.
CflmDbeii'a T.ivpu of ! Phiof r ..,:.. r -e tiJ, '
from the Nonuarf Conquest to the Death of Lord Mans.
field. American edition, just re-printed. 2 vol., 8 mo.
$3,50. ' .. '
AppletonVDictionary of Mechanics, Machinery,' En
gine Work and Engineering, with 400 Illustrations. 2
v6L; J3oyal, 8 vo., i Calf, $12,00. '
1 UI "J w . x.. fOilEROT;
Raleigh, ct, 20th, I85I. ' . , "t ;io
FORM BOOK The, North CaroUna Form Book
containing all the most useful forms which occur in
business transactions between man and man, as well as
in official stations; together with -the .Constitution of
North Carolina and of the United States ; the act fixing
the fees of Clerks, Sheriffi,' Calculated for the use
of the citizens of Nortb,,paroIina, tud made conformable
to law. Compiled by a member of the North Carolina
bar. For sale by V H. D. TURNER, ,
LATE Bri'ORTATIOiV: 0E KICH MClSDEY GOODS
i.':!,,-u -i "V ' ; JraESIGKFEOIit LONDON' AHT PABIS, f: " : 1
KSilS .WINTER TBE
e ? JJ-AJjI. FASHIONS FOR 1851.
fninB, undersigned, naving just received the remainder ot his Fall anil Winior .i,nnt. p ntnt,
JU. .' DRY.GOODS, in addition to thoso already announced, from the City of New York, makine his 1
ample and complete, takes pleasure in informing the intelligent reader that he has now the satisfaction ofv a
ittr tt -Ilia rtnhhi " I ' , i. ............ . - . . u Ol Df a..
"a , r " "
Tn Heaviest. RlcWst. "Rcvit. Cti
1-. .i ;,- FASUIONABLl? DRY GOODS, ; ; loCK
he has ever had the honor to offer to the Ladies and Gentlemen of good taste, In this enlightened commw.
he Burrounding country ; . comprising, ta part, the following desirable articles X .' ' ""mnity and
i'.y-j.u -,s L-i-- y,. .- FOB THE LADIES; - ' "V- t 7
. Rich Grosdo Rhine and Brocade Silks,: - :i Book, Swiss, and Jaconet MusliW
, Plain and figured Cbameiion Geo de Paris. : , , ,v Bishop Lawns, Dotted and Tarlton Muslins
Super Mateonean rich black Lusteted Silks, . - Plain and Plaid Cambrics, '
JUegant Brocade and Chine Apple Green Silks and
Satins,., ,, . " .. ,x . ... .. - . A
Turk Satins and Plaid Silks.'
Plain and figured Cashmeres and Delaines,
Embroidered and plain Merinoes, ' "-'; '
Rich embroidered Robes and Fancy Bombazines,
Rich Valparaiso Dresses, - -Beautiful
Plaid Cashmere, ' ';' i -."
Plain and figured :S ilk Poplins,. r i -.
Plain and Brocade Alpaccas, (all. colors), . y.
Red, Green, and Mode colored Paramattas,
500 pieces splendid British and American Prints,
50 new style London Chintz Calicoes, ; .
Rich Furniture Prints, of Cochineal dyes, 3
Plain and Plaid French Ginghams,. , ' "...
FOE GEinXEllIElJ-'S WEAR, &C
Super Blue, Black, and Fancy Cloths,
i Black and Fancy Chine Cassitneres,
Twaeds Cloth and Coburg do , . .
Plaid Linsey and Marlboro Stripes, ' .
Irish Linen and Cotton Shirting,
200 pieces Sheeting and Shirting, from S to 10 cents,
4, 6, 8, 10, and 12-4 Sheeting,
600 yards Tow, and Thread and Cotton Cloth, ' 4 ;' -White
Jeans and Canton Flannel, .T
Woolen Shirts and Drawers, ' "V '
British and American Long Cloth, '
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas. .... :-: . .
Half Hose and Suspenders, .. , , . -: ..
These Goods will be sold on the most accommodating
may rely upon getting cadre Goods, for the amount of
Raleigh, November 4th, 1861.
NEW WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
. Corner of West-Centre and Chestnut St s. '
GOLDSBORQUGH, U. C.
Watchmaker Vb Jeweler,
'. 119 SSALXK IS
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Wayne
County, and the Public generally, that he lias located
permanently in Goldsborough, where he will carry On the
Watch, Clock, & Jewelry Business, "
in all its various branches. ;it .. ;
He will also keep on hand a general assortment of
. - FANCY ARTICLES, ;' ; '
such as are usually kept in similar establishments. , j
Clocks, Watches, Jeweurt, Cutlery, Specta
cles, Pbrfcmebt, Mcsical Instruments, fcc.
Repairing done with neatness and des
tch, on moderate terms, and warranted.
fjr- Call at the sign of the Watch, C0
"- I. O. LOUGEE.
Goldsborough, Oct 25, 1851. 103 '
DR. WILLIAM R. MILLER.
OFFICE ABOVE THE. .
LIFE INSTJEANCE OFFICE.
Raleigh, July 22nd, 1851. 76
SAVAGE AND MEAR ES,;
CO M MISSION
... . AD . v
FOR'WABDINfJr ' MERCHANTS -
WllX IKOTOIT, N. C.
August 12, 1851. 81 ly.
J. W. & C- C. PUGH,
And Forwarding: Agents,
CSTO.V, A C.
Keep constantly on hand, and for sale,
LIME, SALT, TAR, BACON, FIOUR, &C.
Gaston, Jan. 10, 1850. 26
. JOHN C. PALMER'S
JN his finely furnished Room warrants the Likenesses
perfect, and to please.' His reputation is so well known
in North Carolina, it is useless to say more. Call atPal
mer and Ramsay's Jewelry 'Store. - -
Raleigh Nov. 26, 1850- : 8 tf.
HURRAH FOR NORTH CAROLINA!
Home Industry must Succeed 1 ' .
TT am now prepared to manufacture DOOR LOCKS
JL witn mineral Knobs, tor 65 cents a piece, warrant
ed ; also, LOCKS up to $150.
Also, MACHINERY made to order ; and file-cutting,
new ana old. via files made as good as new.
i ; JOSEPH WOLTERING.
Raleigh. Sept. 13th 1851. . 90 Iy.
: ; UTEW BOOKS.
TrTERARTT Reminiscences, from th Autobiography
J if an Fnfrli.1i Hmnm IT..,.. Tk.M..n. n..Z-
cey, 2 vol. .' $150
MARGARET, a tale of the Real and Ideal. Rlirrht
and Bloom, &c., 2 vol. $2 00
: ' For sale by
. W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, Oct. 13, 1851. " i .99-4
' And committed to ths Jail of Wake County as a
aV runaway, 'a nesrro bov. who
-Si.ford, and that be belongs to John P. Andrews, of
iumui county, and was Hired to Ur. Peter' Foster.
The-llOV is about 35vears old. weiirha ahnnt lifl IK
five feet eight or nine inches high, and very black. The
owner is reauested to come foraanl. n rh.nn.
him away, or he will be dealt with according to law. ' J
w . n . mui, Sheriff.
Raleigh, Dec, 5, 1851.' i , . 11'
i GOODS AT WHOLESALE. :
EAHNWELLER & BROTHER, respectfully in
form' Merchants:' P1nntra
are prepared to suddIv anv amount nf nv Rnnns
READY MADE CLOTHING. BOOTS. SHOES.
&c, on tho most favorable terms. They can success
fully compete with any southern market, as all will find
on application. . , . r - , .
We have the late Readins- Room nnnulu tinaA i
w Tvuuiesmt; uusiness. - . .
Wilmington, 'Nov. 13, 1851.- 6 6t.
Music and Pianos,
JUST RECEIVED, at the North Caroli
na Music Store, 2,000 pieces of new and
elecant Mustir.. a
the SOntrs of Miss PiathnrirA H.VAa
o - av uj VO, TV 11.11 K,KM aVs
lithographs- of the Swan of Erin." Also; the Bloomer
vauzes ana r"onas, witn splendid colored vignettes of
the Bloomer; also, Passadita, &c. , . .
v -- "- K. W. PETERSILIA.
beptember26, 1851. a e, , . . 94tf.
r LAND FOR SALE., '.. , '. ;
THE Subscriber ofters for sale bis tract of LAND,
neatEarpsborough, Johnston Countv. consisting of
335 acres: and embrnrino- nirora .-i j
- B ' mil uiu avtuo
niteen thousand tnrnenlina hn,.. Tk. l. .: :-
I ug . 1IA BHUU 19
good one ibr a Physician ; and I wiU also . sell my lot of
v yUB wisoing to purchase.. .
ad?"- A liberal rrolit fr t,o onm n :n 1
. . . Mu,v fv uv Ml veil U II IIUU7
andgood aecurUy. . r .i , , JE- R. P03VER. ..
oepiemoer is, 1851. , .. t 93-3m. .
BAGGIZVCJ, ROPE jllfD TVyjjrjB,
c a.An.vrK, supply, just4received andvwa cheap,
.i-fey -.wV.i '-.v.-: W. H. R. SHOCKER..
OF THE 1 GJT OF ItALEIGH
Plain and Embroidered Cashmere Shawls
Plaid and Damask Shawls,'
. r asnionaoie straw and Leghorn Bonnets
Splendid Bonnet, Neek, and Cap Ribbons
Ribbon Fringes, Laces, and Braids, :'
Glass, Fancy, and Acorn Buttons,
Thread, Blonde, and Lisle Laces and Edgings
'Beautiful Collars and Linen Cambric Handkereh;
Fine Cotton and Cashmere Hose, ""icniefr,
Super Kid and Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Cotded, Jenny Lind. and Grass Skirts,
Fine Morrocco and" Calf Walking Shoes,
. Gaiters and Jenny Lind Slippers,
Woolen Wrappers and Caps.
York and Kentucky Jeans, v
oiik ana Men no vesting, : -,
Blue and mixed Great Coats,
Beautiful Silk Neck and Pocket Handkercbiefe
Black Hoskin, Berlin, and Cashmere Gloves '
Rose and Whitney Blankets,
Duffle and Saddle " do '
Fine Moleskin, Far, and California Hats
Men and Boys' Cloth and Velvet Caps.
White and Red Flannel, -
Fine Boots and Shoes,
India Rubber Overshoes,
Kersey and Cotton Osnaburgs.
terms, either at Wholesale or Retail and fh r,.,i
money invested, than he ever did before
a:a kr. ' r-muer
. .. , T. A. MITCHELL.
: ' ' io5
: LEATHER FOR FALL TRADE,
AT WHOLESALE AII RETAIL.
-ospectfully announce to
Our fninila ...J it
trade, generallv. that We have ditermin.j
no eflorts on our part to give Petersburg a Leather na
Finding Establishment, whose stock shall compare favor
ably with that of any house, North or South. We a
receiving from the importers and mannfactureis of the
Northern Cities one of the largest and best selected
stocks we have ever known in this market, and we pWM
ourselves to sell ourgoods'as low as any South of Kew
York, and many articles as low, if not lower, than thev
are to be had, even there, as-we have now. in full opera
tion a largo and well arranged Tannery, from which wc
shall be receiving Leather regularly.
1 We have also Brogans of our own manufacture, which
we warrant a superior article.
: Also, Shoemakers' Tools and Lasts, together with
many .other articles usually found in similar establish
ments. all of which will be sold in accordance with the
aboveCatement; and the only way we can prove this, is
for purchasers to come and examine for themselves, and
we shall be content to abide the result
F. A. & R. H. FORD,
: No. 21, Old Street,
., : opposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery.
" Petersburg, August 13, 1851. 83 tf.
E. L. HARDING, & Co.
WOULD observe, that, as the season draws on, for
Fall and Winter Clothing, they have anticipated
the wants of the people, and would be pleased fa show
all who may favor them with a call, their assortment
consisting oi '
Drab, Slack, and Bine Beaver Cloth
' Overcoats and Sacks.
We would call your attention particularly to the as
ortment of Overcoats, as it embraces every desirable
nd late style. Our PANTS are excellent. Fasliuiou9
s well as men of Fashion, can here find something to
please them, let their tastes be as various as our calls,
and in fact, the only difficulty will be to choose from,
rather than to find any particular style oi color.
In the assortment of VESTS, you will find rich Cut
Velvet, Merinos of all colors, Silk, light and dark Cas
simere and Valencia, some of .them really beautiful.
Our furnishing Department is complete and lull, and
we hardly deem it necessary for us to enumerate all the
articles compi ised under that head. You will find how
ever, a large assortment of Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Sus
penders, Cravats, H'd'k'fs. Sooks, Cotton end Merino.
Call and examine our stock, we shall he glad to show
our goods at all times, regardless of trouble, sale or no
E. L- HARDING.
Telegraph Building. Fayettevilie Sfc
Raleigh, Sept. 29, 1851. 94
Ready made Clothing.
E have just received from one of the largest and
best established Honses 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 Establishment in the Union,
which we are instructed to sell at unprecedented low
prices, and to which we invite the attention of Country
Merchants, citizens of Raleigh, the surrounding Coun
try, andf embers of the next General Assembly, and ask
them to call and examine our Stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at prices that
will defy competition. .
Country Merchants need have 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 patlerns, together with
Silk. Merino, Lambs wool Shirts and Drawers.
All of which we will sell as low as they can be pur
chased of any Establishment in New York or any oth
City. A. B. STITH & CO.
Raleigh, 1850. 840 w tf.
FALL TRADE, 1851.
Southern Trade will soon insure Southern Rights !
I AM now reeeiving from Petersburg, Richmond, Nor
folk and Baltimore, my Fall and Winter supply of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, China
and Hard Ware,
carefully selected for the season, at moderate prices for
cash, or on a short credit to punctual customers. I ex
pect to keep on hand in addition to the above, Salt, Fish,
Flour and Bacon, Iron of diUerent sizes, rvaiis oi an
excellent qualitity, with all necessary articles kept in a
Village Store. I will take in exchange for uoous, iorn,
Wheat, Oats, Fodder, Flax-seed, Bees-wax and Cotton,
or Tow Cloth, with any other produce that may suit in
my line of business. Call at the Brick Store near the
THOMAS . W. HOLDEN.
P. ft.' T will attend to anv Commission business, or
forwarding of Goods, so as to satisfy those whoni ay in
trust them to me.
October 1, 1851.
T9T A TTTU YC TTfAKIif C
THE Subscriber has jusr receiveu, u.. v. . -": -North,
a supply of the best quality of Curled Hair,
which will enable him to manufacture a superior qual
ity of Hair Mattresses. .
he would respectfully inform the f""'8
furnish them with the best articles in .h.s l.neas
cheap as they can be bought in New Yp rk. nnm
fromlhe neighboring villages and connUes Ijo have
heretofore sent North, can provide themselves witft as
Jood an article of work, and at as low a price, by send-
iDgA"sor0cts7.nt.y- hand, the much improved
SHUCK and COTTON MATTRESSES, and 1 at he
lowest prices. Also. Sofas, Lounges, and Easy Chair,
mrnufacturedin various style.. Al.repamng.nd re
novating old Hair Mattresses, Sec., done at the shortest
" AUVders thankfully received and p'romp,!, af fended
to Ware Rrm on Fayettevilie street, two doors above
the YARiaoooH Hosc. HENRy harriss
"! Upholsterer and Mattress Maker.
Rale?gh,'0ctober24, 1851. 102
"VTAZARINE and Skv-Bloe Marinoe,
Snoer White and-Mode Col d do, , :.
Ri.ffi Green! Pea Green and Cherry Col'd Muslins.
An additional supply of handsome Ribbons,
White and Col'd Paris KM Gloves,
Embroidering Braids, - TfJCKEH