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RALEIGH, NORTH-CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1852.
THE NORTH CAROLINA STANDAR
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ROBINSON & ELDRED,
SANDS," aUICK & CO.
The most Extensive Menagerie, and the most
elegant and chaste
Hitherto either of these splendid Establishments
have alone outrivallcd all competition. They are now
combined, aud hoth Exhibitions can be enjoyed in all
their magnificence and splendor for the same price as
was formerly demanded and paid to witness one.
The Company will exhibit at .
Oxford, on Thursday, the 2d Dec.
Tally Ho, 3d "
Woods's. (Forsyth's old place,) 4th "
Hillsborough, Monday the 6th "
Haves' rtureon Tuesday the 7th, and at Morrisville
on Wednesday the Sth.
Raleigh, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 9th,
10th. and 11 th of Deeember.
n?3 Admission to the whole exhibition of Animals
and Circus, 50 cents ; children and servants half price.
All opposition at an end.
Tlic hitherto unheard of combination of these two
tremendous establishments is a new era in the history of
the exhibition of
Circus nnd Wild Animals,
and throws all of Barnum's speculations in the shade.
ROBINSON & ELDRED
have hi'herto enjoyed the highest popularity and renown
lor the productions of the most superb feats of Horse
manship, by Master James. Masterjohn, Madame Rob
inson. Mad'lle Henrietta, and the whole of their inimi
table Troupe, as well as for the chasteness and decorum
which ever characterised their arena performances. But
in order more fully to satisfy their Southern patrons, they
have effected a combination with the equally celebrated
SANDS, QUICK & CO.,
whose wonderful collection of Rare and Wild Animals
is notorious as far surpassing any other in America.
The Great War Elephant BOLIVAR, the largest and
best trained of all the segacious monsters ever yet ex
hibited, is with this great combined
Soullicrji Menagerie and Circus. .
THE HUGE WHITE BEAR,
Weighing 1,500 pounds, and the only specimen now
living in America, adds wonder to this superb collection.
Lions, Tigers. Zebras, Hyenas, Leopards, Apes,
Monkeys, Oarang Outang.
Birds of different climes and species, and an endless va
riety of Animated Nature, will be exhibited to the de
light and improvement of all who visit the canvass
T. U. TIDMARSH, Agent.
Doors open for Day performance, at 12J o'clock,
performance to commence at I J. Night performance,
doors open at 6, performance to commence at 6.
November 23 5
CLOTHING EMPORIUM !
Sluily to Jleise
rp.HE Subscriber has just returned from the Northern
l Lities, where he has Ieen engaged in superintend'
i5 the manufacture of his entire
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Which is now being opened
AT HIS NEW STORE.
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, K. C.
His Store is fitted up in a style of elegance, superior
w any in the State, and his Sfck presents attractions
rarely to be seen, except in the large assortments of the
ortnern cities. JS. U. UAUJJIJNU.
Raleigh, October 4th, 1852. 83
A Large Lot of Musical Instruments,
Bx the retail or wholesale; Guitars from three to
forty dollars. Violins from 25 cents to 50 dollars,
Banjors of all sizes and prices, Flutes with from one to
"iiiuviicys. uctave Flutes, Fifes, Accordeons, French
and German, &c.
A very fine lot of new and fashionable Music, Music
, . 1oouna' wh the music selected by myself to suit
fill biml-a rtf r J J
r, , . penonners.
uu in t" i r Water colors of every description, put
p "r "y l"e single tube. Canvass on stretch-
thatWg: To" fheyFaneAl8iZe9--in
lometl!'68 fa"Cy of 8,1 kind8' t0 ted,0U
Two secend-handed Tianos to sell or rent.
Ralei, n . K- W- PETERSILIA.
-Jr!!lcM, 1852. 97
IS her h NOTICE
p -eent Liseilhat application wiU be made ,othe
info one ComnJ VL ",e Pas9age ol an act lo unite
i r, --!-. it me lirepnuiM ,m
CHEAP AS EVER !
fT H E subscriber wnnl.l rsonpctfiiH v call the attention
-JL of his town and country friends to his well selected
stock of Groceries, Confectionaries, fancy articles, &c.,
and I pledge myself not to be undersold by any one in
Ik. , 1 1 1 r l j L f 1 1 irii n it in narl .
"o iiacc , yuu win una ine iuuu""'6''" i
25 Barrels Brown, Pulverised, Crushed and Clarified
Sugars, from Si to 12J cents- "
12 Bags Rio and Laguara Coffee, best quality.
8 Bbls Roe-Herrings," prime article Tallow, Adaman-
tine Caudles. .
A fine lot of Black and Green Tea in papers oLi, $,
I pound papers.
3$ Chests, Gun Powder and Imperial Tea.
2 Casks of New Orleans Molasses, &c. &c.
100 pounds Baltimore Bacon, Sides and Shoulders.
' Fancy Articles.
A finer lot, I am confident, never was offered in this
market to be sold very cheap.
Onus and Cutlery.
12 Guns from five to thirty dollars,
Pistols of various kinds. A fine lot of table and pock
A fine lot of Candies of my own make at the usual
low price of $15 per hundred pounds.
2 casks of preserved Ginger. Gum Drops of different
4 cases of Prunes in glass jars. 2 doz. fancy boxes.
200 lbs. Currents at the low price 12J cents.
Pickles, Preserves, Catsups, YValnuts, Almonds, Palm
Nuts and Filberts. Matches lower than ever sold in this
market ; and many other articles in this line not neces
sary to mention. '
50,000 of assorted brands and cheaper than can be
found elsewhere in the city. Members
of the Lcisla- !
.,. anil Mharcnhn injnlri in a .rrl, oro ,. :
to call at my store. J have on hand a good lot of Snuff
and Chewing Tobacco.
3 Casks Burning Fluid at reduced price and warrant
ed to be as good as any brought to the city. My town
and country friends may rest assured that the above goods
can be bought as cheap as the lowest seller dare offer
I have made arrangements with dealers in Norfolk
whereby I shall be enabled to furnish the city and coun
try with Oysters. Orders from a distance will meet with
prompt attention. " L. B. WALKER.
Raleigh, Nov. 6, 1852. 103
riHE Subscriber will open a School ot this descip
I lion in the City of Raleigh, on tne first Monday in
January next, strictly limited to twenty-Jive pupils. The
Latin, Greek, and French languages will be soundly
taught, with a thorough course of Mathematics. Asthe
school is intended to be one of high grade, pupils will be
expected to have already received some degree of pre
paratory instiuction in the ordinary English branches.
The first session will be one of five months. Some
half dozen boarders may be accomodated, if preferred, in :
u- r ' : 1 r :i a.,o n c . l. I
the Principal's family, at $12,00 pe. month
Fees for Latin, Greek, and Mathematics, $25,00
French extra, 10,00
One half of the above expenses will be expected in
variably in advance.
October 10, 1852. 101
Faculty of Washington College, Lexington, Va.,
Trustees of Staunton Academy, Staunton. Va.,
Rev. H. Ruffner, D. D., Kanawha co., Va.,
Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, Secretary of the Interior, Wash
Dr. F.T. Stribling, Western Lunatic Asylum, Staun
Rev. W. H. McGuffey, D D., University of Va.,
Rev. R. H. Philips, Virginia Female Institute, Staun
ton, Va., .
Rev. B. M. -Smith, Staunton, Va.,
Judge J. W. Brockenbrough, U. S. Court, Lexing
Judge L. P. Thompson, Staunton, Va.,
Rev. Moses D. Hodge. Richmond, Va.,
Hon. S. S. Baxter, Richmond, Va.,
Rev. J. J. Smyth, Everittsville, N. C,
Rev. B. II. Rice, D. D., Prince Edward co., Va.
The subscriber begs leave to add to his father's adver
tisement, inserted above, that any other information that
may be desired in reference to. his school, may be obtain
ed of himself or of Mr. Cooke, at the North Carolina
Institute for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind.
J. A. WADDELL.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
''IHE Subscriber is now opening his FALL AND
WINTER GOODS at his old stand, consisting in
w tine w eisn and r.ngusn x lanneis,
Twilled and Plain Red do.
Plaid and Plain Linseys, and Marlboro' Stripes,
Red Blankets, from good to superior fine,
8-4 Damask Table Diaper,
H uk aback, Russia, Bird-eyed, and Brown Diaper,
Diaper Tvviils, by the dozen. Linen Crush,
Irish Linen, Linen, Cambric and Long Lawn,
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Jeans,
12-4 Bleached Shirting, 5-4 Brown Shirting,
Extra Etfrick Osnaburg, very heavy 7-8 wide,
Bed Ticking and Apron Checks,
100 doz. Spool Cotton, White, ift'k and Col'd.
Black and Assorted Sewing Silks, Stay Bindings,
Tidy and Darning Cotton, bl'k Darning Cotton,
White and bl'k Cotton Hose, Brown and Bleached
Bl'k and White Silk Hose, bl'k Raw Silk Hose,
Jaconette, Cambric, Plaid, Swiss and Wnll luslins.
Carpeting and Hearth Rugs, Carpet Binding and
Druuget. Forsaleby J.BROWN.
Raleigh, Sept. 21, 1S52. - 89 ,
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
PURSUANT to a decree iu the case of" Lucius J.
Johnson and others v. Cornelia Johnson and others,'
entered at Fall Term, 1852, of Chowan Superior Court
of Equity, I shall sell at Public Auction, before the
Court House door in Edenton, on Monday the 27th day
of December next, '
The Large and Valuable Plantation,
upon which the late Charles E. Johnson resided, known
as the Bandon Farm. This Plantation is situated
immediately on the Chowan Kiver.and adjoins the lands
of Dr. T- D. Warren, William Privett, Edmund Brink
ley, James L. Roberts, Thomas White. Hardy Cross,
and the Parker land, and contains 2,350 Acres. At
tached to it is one of the most valuable Fisheries on
Chowan River. The buildings, comprising a large and
commodious Dwelling, ai.d the necessaiy Farm-houses,
are in good order. The location is one of the healthiest
in this section of the State, and ha? excellent water.
The terms of the sale are a credit of on e, two arid
three years the Notes to be well secuied, and to
draw interest from date. About one hundred dollar
will be required in Cash. -
TH. C. MANNING, C. & M. E., C. C.
November 8th, 1852. t 104 td.
.11. F. LESTER,
WILL give his personal attention to the sale of all
kinds of Produce and to Forwarding Goods, &c.
Attends particularly to forwarding Tobacco and other
Produce to Richmond.
Refer to Hon. A. W Venable, and. Dr. G. A.
Wilson, Granville, Mr. W. L. romeroy, Raleigh.
Novemher 41855. . -tm.
f 1 1HE Subscribers, on the 28th of DewmW at 'th
I nnnrl Hi.,U in OvM ,n c;.;-i.. ll ... .u
highest bidder the Valuable HOUSE AND LOT once
owned by Joseph Littlejohn, Sr., in the town of Oxfortl,
now belonging to the Estate of the late Robert Taylor,
-J '.I c i . ... .
u. uu a creuii oi one nu iwo years wim interest
: f'om date of sale, in bonds of approved surety. This
property contains 104 acres of land, three fourths of
i which are in woods, a fine two story ..dwelling house,
j having eight rooms, with fire places, a garret with three
J looms and a cellar with four room -, all well finished off,
. an entry witn a passage with all necessary out houses;
and situated on a high eminence half a mile from the
yourt House midst a large grove of fine oaks command
; ing a view of town in front, with a very fine spring on
J the premises as near the house as could be desired. This
: situation is admirably suited to those who desire ts be
convenient to the Male and Female Schools and business
of the place.
Those desiring information are referred to
Maj. C. L. Hinton. of Raleigh,
eii. Joseph B. Littlejohn, of Franklin,
Richard Smith, Esq., of Caswell,
Robt. B. Gilliam, Esq, of Oxford,
Thomas Speller, Esq., of Beriie, -Thomas
Alston, Esq. of Warren,
Col. R. O. Britten, of Petersburg,
Dr. Thos. Gilliam, of Fayetteville.
Sy the Executor of
ROB'T. TAYLOR, Dec'd.
Oxford, Nov. 9, 1852. 104 id.
flO MERCHANTS IMPORTANT AND
JL TRUE. The fact, that merchants can supply their
wants in their home markets, and thus save the trouble
and expense of a northern trip, being fully established,
the subscribers, in anticipation ol a large demand for
their popular Ready Made Clothing, have manufactured
an unusually large stock, which, th"y may safely say,
n never een surpassed, u ll nas neen equaueu, in me
SOUineril Illdl Kfl.
Encouraged by the very liberal patronage hitherto re
ceived, and with largely increased facilities, we are de
termined to keep pace with the onward spirit of the
age, and to use every honorable effort to deserve our
share of the " public distribution." Merchants visit
ing Petersburg, whether dealing in Clothing or not. are
invited to viiil our Wholesale Rooms, now stocked
with every variety of Clothing, of our own manufac
ture, the most modern styles, and at JTew York prices.
A. S. SHAFER & CO.,
Wholesale Clothing Bazaar,
Sycamore, three doors from Bank street,
September 1, 1832. . ... 84 tf.
Valuable Property for Sale in Raleigh.
THE subscribers will sell, on the premises, on the
18th of December next, two LOTS, with all the
improvements thereon, situated on Hillsborough street,
just outside the corporation limits, adjoining the Rev.
Dr. Mason, and in front of Mr. Courts, and within a few
hundred yards of St. Mary's. One of the lots has a new
and well constructed and well built two story Dwelling
House, with three rooms below and three rooms above,
all with gpod fire-places ; a two-story Kitchen, with four
rooms with fire-places in each room together with all
the neceesary outhouses. Also, a highly improved Gar
dan, pf three-fourths of an acre.
The other lot adjoining (on the corner,) has a Store
anl Warehouse, Dweh'ing House, Kitchen, Stable and
Carriage house, and a first rate well of water.
It is an
excellent stand for the raercintile business
This property is as desirable as any about the City of
Terms made known on day of sale.
J. W. B. WATSON, Ex'r.
of J. O. WATSON, dec'd.
November 18th. 1852. 2 td.
Marine & Pocket Chronometers, Duplex and Re
(By Appointment to the Admiralty. ")
Chronometer and Watch Manufacturer,
45 King Square. Gvswell Road. London.
THIS certifies that the accompanying Watch No.
14713, is warranted by ine to be of my Manufacture,
and no Watch with my name upon it, is genuine, unless
accompanied by a Certificate, bearing my signature.
I guarantee the Watch No. 14713 to keep time to
the satisfaction of the purchaser.
These Watches have a high reputation in Europe
and America as superior time pieces. Imported and for
PALMER & RAMSAY.
Raleigh, Nov. 15th, 1852. 1
RICH FANCY DRY GOODS,
FOR THE FALL OF 1852.
Just in time for the Legislature.
TE subscriber having Temoved to the Corner Store
House, formerly occupied by Mr. B. B. Smith, which
has been recently fitted up in most elegant style, and
having just returned from New York, is now opening
quite a magnificent supply of Rich Fancy Dry Goods.
of the latest importations and fashions fiom Paris and
London, which are exceedingly attracting, and to which
he would respectfully invite the attention of tasty pur
chasers, both among the ladies and gentlcmeu, from the
City and surrounding country. .
Also, a full supply of Hats, Caps, Slwta, Boots, and
Bonnets of every description.
Together with a full lot of He ady Made Clothing
common and fine, remarkably cheap.
.T. A. MITCHELL.
Raleigh, October 1st, 1852. 92
Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing!!
HATE & CO. have this day received anotl ;
-L large lot of the latest styles of Fashionable Re a 5
Made Clothing, manufactured by ourselves exprt j.
ly lor our own VV hoi' sale and Retail trade, and warrai
ted to give satislact"on. We name in part extra-fine
black, blue, brown and olive colored BeaverOver Sacks,
fine and extra-fine Dress and Frocks of various styles, do
Satin silk Velvet, Cashmereand merino Vests, fine and
extra-fine black ; doeskin and fancy cassimere Pants,
likewise, a very large lot of medium and low priced in
great abundance, allot which we will sell as low as
such goods can be bought in any city in the United
States, wholesale or retail. Call on Tate & Co. for
N. B. We. would respectfully say to Ihose who have
llelt. their measures for Clothing that they are all received
in fine order.
TATE & CO.,
West side, Fayetteville street, Raleigh.
November 29th, 1852. 5
Pleasant Grove Male Academy.
Wake Forest, N. C.
WILLIAM M. CRENSHAW, A. B., Principal.
HE next session of this Institution will commence
on the 2nd Monday in January next. The Academy
is situated about 1 1-2 miles Irom b orestville. -
No deduction for loss of time.except in case of protrac
ted sickness. Board can be had at $'6 50 per month,
including washing, lights, and fuel. Tuition from $7
to SS15 ner session. For further particulars address
v Dr. W. HARTSFIELD,
Forestville, Wake .County, N. C.
November Sth. 1852. . p 104 tl5J.
fjc- The Weekly Register and the Spirit of the Age
will copy.. : - -"'
North Carolina Manufacture s.
BATTLE & SON, Are still manufacturing, at
the ROCKY MOUNT MILLS, N. C. about
300,000 lbs. ColforiFarns. per annum (equal to the best
Georgia JVarns,) which they, will deliver to Merchants
free of charge, at New Fork prices. . r
Orders addressed to Battle, & Son, Rocky Mount,
N. C, will receive prompt attention. '
February, 18S8. ' t ly.
The Huntress Sul-Malla! .
Who moves so stately on Lumon, at the roar of the
foamy waters 1 Her hair falls upon hei" heaving breast,
white is her arm behind, as slow she bends the bow !
Why dost thou wander in deserts, like a light through a
Cloudy field 1 The young Roes are panting by their
secret rocks. Return thou daughter of Kings, the cloudy
night is near! - ,
-J It was the young branch of green Inishuna, Sul-Malla
of blue eyes. She sent the bard from her rock to bid
us to her feast.' Amidst the song We sat down in Cluba's
Echoing Hall ; white moved the hands of Sul-Malla, on
the trembling strings, half heard amidst the sound, was
tne name of the
Truly Fortunate and Far-Famed
Lottery Agents and Bankers,
PYFER & CO,
No. I, r.Igh.t Street, Baltimore, Md.
" There are deeds which should not pass away,
And names that must not wither, though the Earth
Forgets her Empires.".
These lines the ill-fated Byron must have designed
should apply to the bright deeds and undying name of
the world-renowned and universally admitted " greatest
of the great," of all earthly Prize Sellers,
The old Established and. Popular
FAVORITES OF FORTUNE
PITJiil & CO.
Citizens of the Union I We here present to you the
nucleus of the Brilliant Lotteries for December. One
order may crown your wishes. Thousands are now
rushing to this inexhaustible fountain of wealth, and the
sanitary effect is witnessed in the Palaces of the Rich.
The experience of every day teaches the vital necessity
" O 'tis a sweet companion ! Kind and true !
A man may trust it, when his father cheats him,
Brother, or friend or wife. O wonderous pelf,
That which makes a'l men false, is true itself."
Splendid Schemes for December, 1S52.
Uf The Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tick
ets only, are given below.
Date. Capital No. of Price of Pnre of
Dec. Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages
$3G,623 75 Nos 12 drawn $10 $35 00
20,000 78 Nos 14 drawn 5 18 00
20,000 -75 Nos 15 drawn 5 16 00
38,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 10 35 00
28,500 75 Nos 13 drawn 8 27 00
24,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00
37,500 75 Nos 12 drawn 10 35 00
20,608 78 Nos 14 drawn 5 18 00
13,500 78 Nos 15 drawn 4 13 00
52,500 75 Nos 15 drawn 15 45 00
25,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 8 30 00
25,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00
35,000 78 Nos 16 drawn 10 30 00
16,312 78 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00
20,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00
33,461 75 Nos 13 drawn 10 35 00
26,000 78 Nos 15 drawn 8 25 00
20,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00
30,909 78 Nos 12 drawn 10 35 00
20,000 75 Nos 14 drawn 5 18 00
15,000 75 Nos 14 drawn 4 13 00
60,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 20 ,75 00
30,000 75 Nos 13 drawn 8 30 00
17,716 78 Nos 16 drawn 5 15 00
35,000 75 Nos 14 drawn . 10 30 00
18,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00
20,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00
VW Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the
first mails alter the lotteries are drawn.
Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchas
ers who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing
four of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby se
cured. We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets
in every instance.
EVERY DAY OUR LUCK INCREASES !
$20,000 sent to Perry County, Tennessee ; $18,000
sent to South Carolina; $15,000 sent to South Caro
lina ; $10,000 sent to Georgia ; $25,000 sent to North
Carolina; $12,000 sent to Virginia; 10,596 sent to
North Carolina; $13,000 sent to Alabama; $9,000
sent to Tennessee.
So we go every day selling and paying the Prizes,
and raising the poor man to a level with the rich " Na
bob." .Thousands who once never read a lottery adver
tisement, are now awakening to the importance of this
beautiful system of realizing Fortunes from small out
lays. How easy can the price of a Package or single
Ticket be saved, " little by little," to invest in the
llarylanil JLolterics !
PYFER & CO. SUB-AGENTS. i
Think how pleasant it will be to have " Fortune i
buckled on your back," in this easy manner, and no j
longer hesitate to make at least one trial, at the truly
Fortunate, Far-Famed and Old Established Lottery j
Agents and Bankers,
PYFER & CO.,
. No 1, Liiht Street, Baltimore, Md.
December 1st, 1852. 6
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
THE subscriber has now on hahd and in
tends to keep stall times during the Fall and ;
Winter seasons a large and good assortment of
Negro Shoes, for male and female, embracing
all kinds used .
For Plantation and other Purposes.
Amongst my assortment of Brogans may be found the
Hungarian shoe and Stitchdowns, to which I wonld call
the attention of Farmers and others in want of a superi
or article for their servants. My prices shall be as low
as similar goods can be bought elsewhere, and I would
respectfully invite the attention of all to an examination
of my stock, as I shall sell low for cash.
I have also on hand and intend constantly to keep, a
large and well selected assortment of .
Ladle's & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes,
including all of the latest styles and patterns. Also.
Roys and. Youths Boots and Shoes,
Misses and Children's Shoes, all kinds,
Travelling apd hair Trunks, Valices, Bonnet Boxes,
Carpei Bags, Satchels. Blacking, Brushes. &c. All of
which will be sold at tne lowasi prices ior casn, uy
A. J. PAKTIRf,
Sign of the liig Boot.
Raleigh, September 18, 1852. 88
A Good assortment of Ladies', Misses and Children's
dressed and undressed MOROCCO BOOTEES,
variety of Ladies, Misses, and ' Children's
Black and colored Prunella and lasting GAITERS.
Come and supply yourselves at " A. J. PARI JXS S.
Raleigh, Sign of the Big Boot.
C" ENTLEMEN who are desirous of good, health
Twould do well to call at A. J.- Partin's and supply
themselves vith a pair of Cork Sole or Water-proof
BOOTS, which they can purchase for a small sum of
money not exceeding four dollars and fifty cents. .
Raleigh, Sept. lo, 1805s. oo
TUST OPENED, a good assortment of
if Calf Stitched Boots and
Raleigh, Sept. Jfith, 1852.
Shoes. Also, 200 pairs
A. J. PARTIN.
NOTICE is hereby given that application will be
made to the present Legislature to incorporate the
Manteo Mining Company ."-
Nov 20,1852. l . - 4
Id English Pine. Apples, . and Philadel
phia madeCheese, just arrived at
pleasajyt grove academy.
Franklin Countt, -N.'O.
rMHE exercises of this School will commence on Mon
I day, the 3rd of January next, under the charge of
Mr. A. Davis, a gentleman of several years experience
as a teacher. The Academy is situated about a half mile
from the old Midway Academy, equi-distant from Lou
isburg and the Shocco Springs, in one of the most heal
thy sections of the State.
This institution is preparatory to any College the stu
dent may prefer. The rooms wil be neat and comfor
table and every facility afforded the students to enable
them to pursue their studies. Board can he had with
either of the subscribers and Mrs. Elizabeth Branch, at
$7,00 per month.. No extra charge for lights.
English Branches $10 per session,
Languages $15 per session.
VV. J. BRANCH,
JOHN J. JONES,
THOMAS A. PERSON.
- NATH'L. H. MACON.
Nov. 8, 1852. 6 4w.
1VARRENTON MALE ACADEMY.
rTlHE Trustees of the above institution are happy to
I inform the public that they have secured the servi
ces of Mr. William Maghee, of Petersburg, Va., as
Principal of the Academy. Mr. Maghec is a fine schol
ar, an experienced and skilful instructor of youth, and a
gentleman of high character for virtue, morality and pi
ety. He brings with him a high re commendation from
men of standing and intelligence in the town of Peters
burg, where he is well known. Mr. Maghee will be aid
ed in the department of Mathematics and natural Phil
osophy by Mr. Algernon Batlc, who has been a student
at the University of Virginia, from which institution he
brings sufficient tcstimonals of his qualifications. Mr.
Batte has had the advantage of several years experience
The next session of the institution will commence on
the second Monday in January next. Bojrd can be ob
tained on reasonable terras either with the Principal of
the Academy or with Benjamin E. Cooke, Sr., a mem
ber of the Board of Trustees.
Terms $15 per session for Latin scholars; $12 50
per session for English scholars. An extra charge of
$10 will be made against each student who may take
lessons in natural philosophy. Each scholar wiir be
charged one dollar during the Fall session and two dol
lars during the Spring session, for fuel.
W. N. EDWARDS, Prcs'nt.
December 1st, 1852. . 6 5w.
THIS institution is situated in tbe beautiful and retired
Valley of the Yadkin, seven miles north of Lenoir,
county seat of Caldwell, N. C. The Spring session
will commence January 5th, 1853.
Tuition in advance, for Classics, per session, $18 00
" " English, " 10 to 12 50
Boarding, including all expenses, " $30 00
Pupils will be charged from the time they enter School;
no deduction, however, for loss of time thereafter, exept
in case of protracted illness.
For further information, enquire of W. J. Bingham,
Bethmont, Orange county ; S. F. Patterson and E. W.
Jones, Fort Defiance, or James Harper, Esq., Lenoir,
E. W. FAUCETTE, Principal.
Fort Defiance P. O., N. C.
November 26th, 1852.
SOUTH LOWELL MALE ACADEMY.
THE exercises of this Institution will close on Wed
nesday the 15th of December. The public are re
spectfully invited to attend.
The next Session will commence on Wednesday the
4th of January, and continue five months, under the su
pervision of present Principal, Mr. John Williams, a
graduate of Randolph Macon College, who has proved
himself to be, in every sense of the word, qualified to
conduct the Institution to the entire satisfaction of oil
concerned. The public may rest assured that the morals
of the Students will be strictly guarded, and every exer
tion made on the part of its managers to make South
1 oweli one of the safest and best Schools of the same
gradi; in North Carolina.
Tuition paid in advance.
Board per month,
TAN-YARD FOR SALE.
HAVING qualified as executors of the last will and
testament of H. R. Duscnbery, dec'd., we will sell
nt public sal in the town of Lexington, on the 4th of
January next, o large and valuable Tan-Yard, with all
its stock of tools, bark and vats of Leather. Together
with a house and lot on the Factory row, formerly used
as a residence for the Tanner. To those acquainted with
the above property, it is unnecessary to say any thing far
ther, but to others, we would say, that its business con
nections are probably as extensive, and its reputation as
widely known, as that of any Tannery in the State. At
the same time a very large stock of Harness, Spanish
Sole, and Upper Leather, Northern Calf Skins will be
opened for sale. The whole slock of loalher will be sold
pi ivately for cash or approved notes. Conditions made
known on the day of sale.
JAMES P. STIMSON,
Lexington, Dec. 6, 1852- -6 4t.
MASONIC INSTITUTE, .
Gcrmanton, N. C.
Rev. GEORGE M. EVERIIART, Principal, and
Professor ot Greek ami. Natural Science.
RUFUS R SMITH, Professor of Latin and English.
IGNATIUS E. SHUMATE, Teacher in Mathe
matics. THE next session of this Institulidn will open Thurs
day, January 6:h, 1853. It is very impoitant
tha t those intending to enter, should be present on the
first day. The several depaitinenls mentioned above
will receive the special attention ol those having charge
of thern. In the department of Natural Science week
ly lectures will be delivered.. The Chemical and Phi
losophical Apparatus is superior, and cost nearly &r)0.
The Cabinet of Minerals and Fossils numbers 5 or COO
specimens ; and the L'biary nearly 700 volumes of new
.The prices of tuition are 7, 10 and $15 per session
Board isSd ner month, including fuel and washing
All communications should be addressed to the Prin
cipal. November 26th, 1852. V 5 I6thjan."
CEDAR GROVE 'ACADEMY. .
rTIHE spring session .of this School, situated eight
I miles north of Hillsborough, will commence on the
Clh of January next, and continue twenty one weeks.
Terms. Tuition in Latin, Greek, and the higher
branches of Mathematics, $15,00
Board, including washing, &c. can be had, convenient
to the Academy, in the families of Messrs. David Tay
lor, Solomon Thompson, C. C. Tinnin and Thomas H.
Hughes, for $32,50 per session. W. W. Allison, imme
diately at the Academy, will take boarders at $35,00 per
session. SAML. W. HUGHES, Principal..
November 30th, 1852. 6 3w.
' Commission Rusiness.
THE undersigned will conduct a Foreign and Do
mestic Produce Commission business in the City
of Petersburg, Va., under the firm of
STAINBACK & HAkDEE.
Office, 3rd doer West of Bollingbrook (Hotel, North
FC. Staisback, W. H. Hai.
November 1st, 1852. 101 -ly;
J. M. Lovejoy' Academy.
THE 23rd Session will commence on the 5th of Jan
nary, 1853. '
Ralaigh,' November 19th, 1S52. f ly.
MtJTtlAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
BIIE cost of Insurance on the mutual plan is -but a
-- small sum, compared with a joint stock Company.
1 hfs Company being located in the Western part of
the State, consequently much the larger portion of the
risks are in the vVest, very many of which are in the
The Company is entirely free from debt ; have made
no assessments, and have a very large amount in cash
and good bonds, and is therefore confidently recommen
ded to the public.
At the last Annual Meeting the following Officers were
elected for the ensuinsc vear :
JAMES SLOAN, President.
S. G. COFFIN, Vice President. '
C. P. MENDENHALL, Attorney.
PETER ADAMS, Secretary and Treasurer.
WILLAM H. CUMMING, General Agent.
James Sloan, J. A. Mehane, C. P. Mendcnhall, W.
S. Rankin, He v. C. F. Deems, J. M. GarretCDr. DvP.
Weir, W. J. McConuel, of Greensboro' ; Dr. Shuns!' G.
Coffin, J. W. Field, Jamestewn ; F. Elliott, Guilford;
William A. Wright, Wilmington ; Dr.' C. Wolkins,
Carolina Female College ; John I. Shaver, Salisbury ;
John H. Cook, Fayetteville; E. F. Lilly, Wadcsboro;
J. J. Biggs, Raleigh ; Leroy Springs, Charlotte ; J. J.
Jackson, Pillsboro' ; H. B. Elliott, Cedar Foils.
. PETER ADAMS, Sec'y.
December 6th, 1852. 7
Warrcutou Female Institute.
WARREN COUNTY, N. C. . .
THE twentj'-fourth semi-annual session of this In
stitution will commence on Monday the 3d of Jan
uary next. Charges as before. Pupils are received at
any time and charged from the time of entrance.
Terms $62,00 per session for Board and English tui
tion. Ancient and Modern Languages, Music, Drawing,
and Oil Painting at former rates. Vocal Music and Or
namental needle work gratis.
Circulars containing the fullest information will be
sent to those applying.
GRAVES & WILCOX.
Warrcnton, Dec..2, 1852. C 4m.
Valuable Property for Sale.
ON Thursday, the 9th December next. I shall offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder, in Oxfoid, Gran
ville county, my House and Lot, upon a credit rf six
months, with bond and security bearing interest from
date. " ; :
The House is large and commodious, two stories high,
contain ing six rooms, with 10 1-2 acies of land attached,
in a high state of cultivation. All the buildings are
well painted. It is near (he Court-House, in a most
pleasant portion of the village
A more desirable private residence cannot be found
in this part of the State.
JAMES T. LITTLEJOHN.
Oxford, Nov. 27, 1852. 948 wtf. '
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
rgpHE subscriber offers for sale that eligible and ccn
M. tral Ware-house (4 story) wih Wharf property
attrched (in fee) so long occupied by him. It is one of
the beststands in the City for conducting a flourishing
Also, his dwelling house and lot situated in a very airl
and healthy part of the city. The House contains" nine
ro ms and has every convenience. The lot is 64 fr t by
2 )0 feet, and has in addition to the dwelling -sparge ou
Kitchen, with servant's rooms above. Spring house, cis
tern, and well ot water. 'The subscriber having dete
mined to lrave Norfolk, is induced to sell at a great fa
rifice. Apply to
P. S. SCHLIECKES.
Nove.nber 23lh, 1852. . 5- 5w.
fJJHE undersigned has purchased the iniercst of the
heirs and next of kin of Charles Kennon, drceascr,
formerly of Wake county, in the esta'e of said Chaile?,
consisting partlr of a numbetof negro slaves, some of
whom he has now in his possassion. There are othcis
ol said "negroes who ore passing as free. All pe)6on' are
warnedagainst harboring them, or aiding them toesenfe
from the State, as they will be made answerable to the
law, and held responsible for damages.
JOHN C. MOORE.
Raleigh, Nov, 30, 1852. . 6 tf.
"STILL THEY OHE.
RECEIVED this day at EVANS & COOKE'S a
beautiful assortment of DcLnines, black and colored
Alpaccas.English Merinos, Black Silk Cashmere Shawls,
Plaid do. black and colored Braids, a few pieces silk Lace,
chil. StocUings, a good assortment of men's wear, Ken
tucky Jeans, Satinets, black Union Cassimere, Striped
Cottons Also, one case Brogans, good article.
Come take a look,
At EVANS & COOKE.
No. 29, Cheap Side.
Dec. lit, 1852. C
1 1 ANA'S Mack Manual, lor Farmers, 3d edition, re
& f vised and enlarged ; Book for every Farmer, Rod
gor's Scientific Agriculture ; Norton's elements of Scien
tific Agriculture ; Elvvood's Grain Tables, showirg the
value of different kinds of Grain, calculated in Federal
money, ofapy quantity, from 1 pound to 10,000 bush
els, 12 mo. . .For sale by -
November 29. 1852. 5
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS.
A CITIZEN of this Slate wishes to obtain, for a
term of years, a loan of $10,000, interest to be
punctually paid either annually or semi-annually as may
I e agreed upon. Security to be given that will be per
fectly salixfoclory. Any person desiring to make a ssfe
investment of the amount named, writ address " uulick
& Richardson, Gnldsborough. N. C," Publishe s of the
Republican and Patriot," fir further information.
Goldsborough, Nov. 27, 1852. 6 6L
"TfcERSONS indebted to the late firm of VV. G.
I H. Freeman are requested to come forward and set
le, as the money belonging to the firm, and which ought,
in good faith, to have been applied to the payment of the
firm debts, has been loaned out by Lucien Battle, Admin
Jistrator of the Estate of B. H. Freeman; col.sequently
the firm liabilities arc unliquidated, due and unpaid, and
further indulgence cannot be given.
WM". G. FREEMAN,
Nashville, N. C, Dec. I, 1652. 949 wtf.
SELECT CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
THE next session of the subscriber's School will com
mence on the 6th of January-next.
Circulars containing the plan of the School and terms
will be forwarded to such as desire tbm.
Address Rev. Alexander Wilson, D. D.,' Melville P
O., Alamance county, N. C. .
November 2Eth, 1852. t 948 w3w.
Thackeray's New' Novel.
THE history of Henry EsmondEsq., Colonel in the
service of Her Majesty Queen Arrne, by W. M.
Thackeray, author of Pendents, Vanity Fair, &c.
James' new novel, a life of vicissitudes, a btory of
Revolutihnary times, by G, P. R'. James, Esq.
Abbott's illustrated histories, the history of Romulus
with engravings, by Jacob Abbott. For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
Dec. 14, 1852. 6
Opened this Morning,
AT HARDING'S, three dozen more of
French Beaver Over Coats, the style
have been so much admired.
November 21tb, 1852,