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I, TELEGRAPH JBUIIJDIXGS, - --RALEIGH N-. C. - -.' - - AT HOME AG A IX, 17ITH the largest assortment of Gents Resdy made ff Clothing and Faahionable Goods ever before offer ed ia Raleigh. Being connected as roost of our custo mer, are aware, with Messrs. Scoif. Keen & Company, Manufacturer at Newark, New Jersey, one ot the Largest and bctt Honiei in sue U. S. affords us facilities for conducting our business which others do not possess. ' ; Let it be distinctly undersfoodtherefore, that onr Goods Snnerior to aV other offeretl in this JHariet. We are our own Manufacturer.. W e import mosi 01 1 our Cloihs, Cassimers and Velings,and pay no second or third profit on these articles, which enables u to ot fer the ame quality of Goods, much les than , those Establishments whose purchases are made from Whole sale houses. We ask only an examination of our Stock to convince tboeo who are judges of style and fabrics E. L. HARDING & Co Raleigh, Ost. 14th, 1850. ' 838- Hardware and Cutlery, dec. GOLLINS&. Co's Axes, Handsaws, Files, Angers Chisels. -Hammer, Curry Combs, Knives and Forks, Pocket and Pen Knives. One Set Balance Handled Knives and Forks, 51 pieces. Balance Handled Carvers and Forks, and Steels. Brass and Fancy Cast And-irons. Bras Headed Iron Shovels and Tongs. Spade and Shovels, Trace Chains, and Halter chains. Cotton and Wool Cards, No. 6, 8, 9 and 10. Toilet and Swing Looking Glasses. Superior English Mustard, sup. carb soda, cloves, mace. Nutmeg. , Spanish Indigo, copperas, Fresh and salt snuff, powaer, m . . C snot, and lead- . , starch, shoe thread and Bed Cords. Prime green and black Tea. Nails and brads, cast german and blister steel, J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville St. Raleigh, Oct. SOlh, 1850. 839 Cloths, Cassinieres, &c. At No. 9, Fayette vi h.e St. B LACK French Cloth, Black Doe Skin Cassi meres. Fancy Cas3imeres, a general assortment. Good and Common vesting. Black Satin do Silk and Worsted Serge, Padding and Canvass. Bed Blankets, various sizes. ' White and Black Cotton Wadding. Gentlemen's Marino Shirts and Half Hose. For Sale low by J. BROWN. Raleigh. 28lh Oct., 1850- 839 tf. For Sale. CARPETI VG.TuAed Hearth Rugs and Carpet Bind ing, 75 Negio Blankets, Negro Kirsy, Marlboro Stripes, 100 ps Dark and Light Prints, Dohl ys and Napkins, Sup. Table and Towelling Diaper, Bird' eye Diaper, With a eeneral assortment ot Crockery and Glass ware among them, - ' White Granite Dinnerand Tea ware, Ewers and Basins, White China Tea Setts, and Cups and Saucers, Cut and Moulded Goblets: Tumblers and Wine Glasses, J. BROWN. . . . No. 9, Fayetteville street, Raleigh Oct. 28, 1850. 839- Robinson &. Co's Shoes. JUST Received Kid and Morocco Walking Shoes, do and do Ladies Slippers, ; Misses and Children's Bootees, La -lies Bootees, White Kid Slippers. J. BROWN. No. 9. Fayettvill St. Raleigh, Oct. 2d. - 835 Just Received, A K fVPair Men and Boy Heavy Brogan, 1 0 LMen and Boy Kip Shoetees, Woman's Leather Shoes and Bootees, ALSO, Men and Boys Wool Hats, Dundee and Hemp Bagging, Bale Rope and Twine. For Sale by J. BROWN. October 2, 1850. 835 Extra Black Moleskin Ilati. ASHION for September, 1850. Fur Hats, a General Assortment, Men and Boys Cloth Caps, Just Received and lor Sale by J. BROWN. r No. 9, Fayetteville St Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1S50. 835 Hats and Caps. MOLESKIN, Beaver, Otter, California, Angelia Plush, and Fur Hats, Gents, Boys, and Children Sup Cloth, Prince De Joinville Fine Military, and J en ay Liod Caps, just received and for sale by ?- h , R-TUCKER & SON. .Sept. 21st, 1850. 834 SOAPS SOAPS! I HAVE just received a splendid stock of American, French, and English Soaps, consisting in part as fol low : 6 do. Low' old Brown Windsor, .6- ". Large Omnibus Brown, 6 " T Palinyrene, (a new variety,) 1 box Barber's Soap, 21 " Hotel Soap, 4Sioz, Assorted, Rose, Almond, Portrait, Imitation Fruit, Poncine, Spring Flowers, Honey, Jinney Lind, Wash Balls, Military, and Almond Soap. , '6 doz. Creams, and Olophane, assorted, " All of the best quality, and for sale low, by P. F. PESCUD. Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. - 835 Boa ru for Members. "W7C7'ILIAM T. BAIN occupies the same premises .? near the State Capitol, and will prepare himself iv HCOiauiuuaiB - . . t - Some 15 or 20 Member of the approaching Legislature, with comfortable board. His charge will be as moderate as the times will admit, and every exertion will be used to please and give satis faction to all who may patronize him. -Raleigh, Sept. 27th, 1850. 835 ts. ' . Ifotice. THE Annual Meeting of the Members of the Notth ' Carolina Mutual Insurance Company will be held at tn Office of the Company, in the City of Raleigh on Tuesday, the 17th day of December, for the purpose of electing a Board of Director tor the ensuing year. -:3: JNO. C. PATR1DGE, Sec'y , Raleigh, Nov. 9, 1850. . , s tf. NOTICE- APPLICATION will be made to the next General Assembly for the privilege of erecting adam aeros Neuse river, at Watson' Falls ; the State reserving the right to construct a lock in said. dam. . .November 6, 1850. . . , . S 3tpd- Fine Over Coat. - OF THE BEST QUALITY of Bloe Blarfr. 68, Brown and Drab Cloths. The Drettitut stvt fer ofis red in this market. .. -:.: V; E. L. HARDING fc Co. October 12th, 1850. . 838 NOTIC15- NOTICE is Wby grven that application will be made Dtoth 'Dlau, JI'tur for an act incorporating tha Ainggold Guards, of the City of Raleigh. OstoUr , 1850. v ; 836tfl LiiueeU Oil. 8Bb. Rfoontain Linseed Oil josttonand. SbMs. ex. n100 b ' " P. F. PESCUD. ""r oepiemotr W, 1800. . i r - - . ggS. J C.f .iEO,NS"-1"P'ie- iFrMoh Aecordeowt, a laro. i. I " " seieciea expressly Jrom r- jugH, ior sate low Petersburg, Sept 19. SAM'L. H. MARKS, 834 LartTnc Received ADIES Black Winter Gaiters, a superior article e -. J. BROWN, ltaleigh, Oct so syetteyille St. x - . . 889 HO. Sold and Dald'fy those PrizV'ltings 'ot Afnerica, PYFER &CO, No. 1, Light Strket, Baltimore, Mb 1 - ! The long-continued and unbounded success of their House in selling the Grand Capitals, is a matter of as tonishment to all oui cotemporaries. ' ;' No wonder, then, that we stand at the head in the estimation of the pub-' lie. Some charge it to Necromancy some to one thing, and some to another, -but the grand secret is that we at tend most rigidly and faithfully to the interests ot oar' Patrons, believing and feeling that the two are wenueu, and one ! ...". Ss'.'S !' '' This has been our beacon from the time we started to become dispensers of Prizes, hence the rapid growth of. our business, and the great sac-ess that has attended the investments of the tens of thousands who have " risked a little to gain much." To try us, is to know us, to know us, is a Fortune. . . A $5 or $ 10 invested in any one of the following Brilliant Schemes, through us, cannot well fall to realize thousands in return. Who will fail to make so trifling an investment t , - . . tW Remember Pyfer &' Co's business an, success in selling Prizes is such, that $10 invested with them is safer and surer to realize a handsome Prize, than $100 wonld be with any other Broker ! ! Grand .Lotteries for November, 150, i s. Confidence Strictly Uuservea. ital Kb. of jPrli Date Nov. 1 2 4 5 R 7 8 9 U 12 13 U 15 16 Capital Ice of Price ot rrizea. $20,000 Ballots Tickets. Packages. 66 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 72 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 No 78 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 72 Nos 78 Nos the above 10 drawn 3 10 8 5 10 5 5 12 8 5 10 5 4 15 8 5 10 5 5 10 8 5 10 5 5 20 $16 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 33,000 25,000 20,000 35,000 24,000 20,000 , 40,000 27,500 20,000 30,000 18,000 15,000 50,000 5 of 12,000 25,000 30.000 18,000 20,000 37,500 . : 27,500 20,000 30,000 20,000 3 of 10,000 60,000 13 drawn 11 drawn 12 drawn 16 drawn 13 drawn 1 1 drawn 13 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn 13 drawn 13 drawn 14 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 10 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn ' 1 1 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 20 drawn 85 32 18 40 17 18 45 30 18 35 00 13 00 13 00 55 00 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 27 20 30 18 15 37 32 16 37 18 16 100 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 In addition to Brilliant Schemes, we have tickets in all the Lotteries drawn in the Slate of Mary land, and advertised by other Agents. PLEASE OBSERVE. Correspondents will' please bear in mind that the prices of Packages of Quarter Tickets only are pub lished in this paper. The Printed official drawings which Correspondents can rely upon as being correct, are always forwarded from Pyfer & Co's. Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspon dents who draw prizes at Pyfer & Go's. Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw four of the most splendid prizes in a scheme. In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Established, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery Brokers, . 'PYFER & CO. J No. 1, Light Street, Baltimore, Md. . Or Box 524, Baltimore Post Office. . Oct. 22d, 1850. 839 BRILLIANT LOTTERIES . FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. J. W. MAURY, & Co. Managers. CO, OOO Dollars! A1SO $40,000. $20,000. $H,4GO. Class No. L., for 1850. To be drawn at Alexandria, Ya., on Saturday, the 12th of October, 1850. " GRAND SCHEME. 1 Prize of - - - - $60,000 1 do 40,000 1 do - - - - 20,000 1 do - - - - - 11,460 1 do - - - - 10,000 15 Prizes of .... 2,500 25 do 2.000 50 do 1,500 50 do - 1,200 100 do 1,000 &c. &c. &c. Whole Tickets 9 20 Halves $ 10 Quarters 9 Eighths $2,50. Certificates of Packages of 25 Wholes $260 00 ' " ' Do do of 25 Halves 130 00 Do do of 25 Quarters 65 00 Do do of 25 Eighths 32 50 r ! $40,000. 30,000. 15,000, , 50 Prizes of 1,000 VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY. For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy. Class No. 133 for 1850. To be drawn in Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, November 30th, 1850. 78 Number Lottery 13 Drawn Ballots. splendid SCHEMES. .1 Prize of -do. - $40,000 20,000 15,000 8,000 5,000 3,842 1,000 500 do. - - - do. - '- do. - - - do. - - - Prizes of -do. only $ 10 Halves 50 50 Tickets $ 5 Quarters $ 2 50 Certificates of Packages of 26 Whole Tickets 130 00 65 00 32 50 Do. do. of 26 Do do. of 26 Half do. Quarter do. Orders for Tickets and Shares and Certificates ofPack age in the above splendid Lotteries will receive themort prompt attention, and an official account of each drawing sent immediately after it is over to all who order from as Address . J. & C. MAURY, Agents for J. W. Midit, & Co., Managers, Alexandria, Virginia. THJG SCHOOL AT IIA1TII1VTON, f 5. JtVIRTIJY CO. A. C. . ' MR. 3. H. HORNER resumes charge of the School at Hamilton, the 1st Monday in January next In the Classical department the studies, as heretofore, wHl be strictly preparatory to the University. " Board 4n the Principal's family and Tuition per" ses sion of five' months, - '.- . 9 55 00 Hamilton- is situated on an elevated plain near Roan oke river, twelve miles above Williamston, and is consid red" h nealthy location. ' P. P. CLEMENT8, Sec. Board Trut. Hamilton, October, 1850. 839td. ' .. '..J .More Land fr Sale. . rCdlkfl Acres of Valuable Land, lying two miles WW South of Raleigh, on the Fayetteville read, will be sold 00 a ong credit notes well secured being all that is desired. Persons wishing to examine the land and premises can do so by calling on M. A. Bledsoe, who who is authorized to sell it. S. J. BAKER. , . ' - 836 tf. Oetober , 1850 T" NOTICE APPLICATION will be made to the next General Assembly of North Carolina, to have incorporated Holly Springs Lodge of Ancient York Masons, No. 115 of Wake County. . . , October 2, I860. ; 835 t. RUNAWAY front the .subscriber, residing in Edge combe county v four miles north fef Tosnot Depot, anrl about ouarter of a 'mile from the Railroad; on r - bout the eecoTuTc-f September tast,hta negro awn baJnedhj HARRY. Said Harry- s about, 40 years of age j 9 tee. 5 inches high, or thereabout j yellow complexion ; stout built; has a scar on his left leg, from the cut of an axe; has very thick' lips; eyes deep stink 'in his head; forehead very square ; toterablj" loud voice faa lost or wo of his upper front teeth? and has a very dark- spot on bis jaw, supposed to oe a murm., : i rk t-": t Harry is a Carpenter by trade, and has been in the J ti ., , f-i - t : un employment OI a nanroau yompany, in wnose Kcrmcuc was when he runaway. He is well known along the line of the Road". It is supposed that t2 has- obtained, or vdll endeavor to obtain, free papers from a free colored man living in Nash county,, by the name of Moses, rlagens, arid assume bis name, in order to make his way to a. free State.. : -. . -''- The above negro was once the property of Mrs. v" page, of Edgecomb county ; afterwards he. fell into the bands ot Asiel t anner, irom nDom pewaspureuucu u; Mr. Barnes, of said county, from wKom I purcbasedJiun about six years ago. He will be certain to alter his name ; probablyto call himselt oarry Uopage, r armer. or Damc. He was last heard from on the 11th September, on the Newbern Road, about a mile snd a half from Wilmington, enquiring the way to the Sound. " ... r I will give the above reward to any person who will deliver him to me, or lodge him in any jail in the State ; or One Hundred Dollars if lodged in any jail out 01 me State, so that I can get him again. . . v Captains of vessels are cautioned against taking the above negro away, uner the severest penalty of the law. GUILFORD HORN. Edgecombe county, N". C. Oct. 5, 1849. 814 tf. FOR SALE. t)NE of the most desirablo residences in the nf WoIta within one mile of Raleieh, UVUIIM " . " , - - v with all the advantages of the City and the quiet of the country, convenient to tne unurcnea, ocuooib, and society of the Capital. The DWELLING HOUSE is large and very convenient, with 8 rooms above and .1 ' " .n.l nontvi.. in tkaempnt- Ullllllg rwiu f" . , , , ti ir ;., An nnlnr ntfwlv riHinted. handsome trove of 4 or 5 acrea in front, besides a good kitchen, n.ir R rino- TTnuKe. nnd two or three never-failing Sprint's in ten steps of the House. There are large negro Houses, with good brick chimneys, two Smoke-houses, f?n nrA-hi-kucoe twn Cribs, a three-storv Granary, good Stabfes and every other out-houcs necessary for comfort, on the premises. ti.. T t ,Ant9ini ssfi Acres. 100 of which is Forest Land, well wooded 10 acres in fine Meadow and the tnlAn ?m fr? v farminn" 1an1. Uaiaiivc in ion aubiu For further particulars apply to W. H. Jones, Esq., of Raleigh, who will show the premises, or uur, b P. A. ATKINSON. Falkland, Pitt co, Oct. 2, 1850. 835 Valuable Real Estate for Sale I offer for sale my enUrc Real Estate, upon which frn thirtv-five sets of Boxes: the most of which have only been in use from one to two years; with a suf ficient quantity of round trees to cut at least twenty sets more. The lands upon which these arc situated is not easily surpassed by any piney lands in Eastern Carolina. There is upon the premises two Distilleries neany ana conveniently fitted up, with all necessary out-houses. Upon the farm, I think the buildings altogether are sel dom excelled. Those wishing to purchase are invited to evamine for themselves. Terms shall be low, and uavmenU accomodating. Come and see. Any person wishing to purchase, can be furnished with a sufficient numler of teams and wagons to carry on both the operations of Farm and Turpentine, and with a year 8 supply of provisions. JOHN A. AVIRETT Catharine Lake, Onslow Co. N. C. July 22, 1850. 1 830 ' Douse and Lot 'in Franklinton FOR SAL.E. TN obedience to a Commission to me directed, by I - Decree of the Superior Court of Franklin County, Fall Term. 1850, I shell, on Saturday the 23rd day of November next. m to the highest bidder, at public auction, on the premises, in the town of r ranklinton, the House and Lot owned .and occupied by the late Clement Wilkins, Dec'd. The lot contains about Six Acres. The Dwelling House is a large two Story Building, with ten well finished rooms fire places to each. Attached is a good Kitchen, JNegro nouses, Cot ton House, Stables, &c. A credit of six months will be given. Bond with xvn doubted security will be required of the purchaser. ISAAC H. DAVIS, Com. October 30. 1850. 839 2t. CITY OF RALEIGH. A Desirable Residence for Sale. fTIHE Executrix of the late Louis D. Henry, offers for . sale his late Kesidence.near the City ot Kaleigh. 1 he Dwelling-House is a large and commodious one, and remarkably well built, with all out houses complete. . It has about 15 or 17 acres of land attached, under the highest cultivation. The premises being out of the limits of the Corporation is not subject to the City Tax, and still the situation is convenient, and within fifty yards of the Governor s Mansion, in an exeellent neigh borhood. The terms of sale would be liberal. D. K. MeRAE. , Raleigh, July 15, 1S50. 822 tf. Sale of Land for Taxes. THERE will be sold on the 2nd Monday in Decem ber next, at the Court House in Whiteville, the fol lowing Tracts of Land, or so much thereof as will satis fy the Taxes due thereon for the years 1848 and 1S49: 10,000 Acres, the property of John H. White, it be ing a part of the Big Swamp, lying on both sides of the White Marsh, and on the east side of N. L. Williamson and D.F. Williamson' Survey. $28 25. 1,600 Acres, the property of David Lewis, hot given in subject to a double Tax, lying in Whitesviile Dis trict, $37 38. 200 Acres, the property ol S. N. Richardson, not giy eu in for 1849 subject to adouble Tax, lying in Whites viile District, $3 67. 200 Acres, the property of Jacob Strickland, lying on Long Branch, 67 cts. 90 Acres, more or less, lying en both sides of Bull Skin Bay, the property of the heirs of John Goodwin, deceased, $1,95. 21 Acres, property of Needham Merritt, on the South side of Sole's Swamp, 30 cts, LEWIS WILLIAMSON, Shffi. Sept 1850. (Pr. Adv. $6. ) . . 835 td. Sale of Land f o r Taxes. WILL be sold for its Taxes the Lands belonging to Robert M. Brickell, Harris Norfleet's heirs, Ab'ram Ricks and M, Fort, Ballard's heirs, William S. Futrell, Jesse Nelson, Exum Nelson's heirs, before the Court House door, in the town of Jackson, on the first Monday in Decembej. 1850. " Acres Owners " ' Location 150 Harris Nerfleet, . - Roanoke River, 172 Robert M.Brickell, , , .. 11 ' - ; 300 .Ballard's heirs, Poticasi Creek, 60 William Futrell, . " 92 Jesse Nelson, 60 yxum Nelson, 200 Abrara Rix and M. Fort, ' -" Tax $8,32 1,92 - 32 8,32 1,00 1,52 1,32 6,72 ' H. SPIVEY. ShJE Sept. 2, 1850. (Pr. Adv. $3) , 835 td. Grand Ledge of IfortU Carolina.; ,, THIS MASONIC BODY will convene in this city, on Monday evening the 2nd of December next, at 7 o'clock, and will continue its sitting, until all busi ness which may be submitted for its consideration, shall be disposed of. -i All individuals concerned in the deliberation of this, body, are respectfully requested to attend. . . : . ; , . .'. Lodge which have been workmgander dispensation will not fail to apply for .Charters, if they wish to se cure a permanent existence. - . . . v .- . . WILLIAM T. BAIN, .'; . . . ' r- ' ' Grand Secretary. .Raleigh. Sept. 25th, 1850. . 835 tf. - v i' .''-' ' Ifotice, ; V'.,..',"'., 1"., APPLICATION will be made to the next Legisia ture of North Carolina, to make certain amend ment in the Charter of the North : Carolina Mutaal Life Insurance Company. . ; ov. a, 18&0.. a-iA r;-.M0. 3t. Colman't Letters. T7UR0PEAN Life and Manners,, in Familiar Letters JLJ 'O rnnce. by Henry Colman, Author of Euro-' pean Agneuhure, and the Agriculture of France, Bel gium, Holland, and Switzerland, 2 vols. IS mo. For s9 y HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh, Oct. 24, 1850. 839 If ew Confciitlonirf-T Store, -&Door bttote jjafPw,W!w .: T-T 1 ' - ; , ... . ,. ... . ,. . 'm l M. GK1FFICE, UU. nave openea a voniec W -aonary and1 Groeery Store, ia Raleigrf, '3 doors belows th Poat Offlce,; wnere mey tv on.innu, um will sell on aaonable;teHns tb..XoUowtng; articles i; , ,v . Sugar and CoffeyB,.,. v.CrusheaSugai, . r;. ... . ! Do. : SU Croix ' .Havana; 4o. .. x Candle and Soap, Pepper and Spice, . Black and Imp. TeV, r' Sofpena and Ginger, K uieratus and ssnun, . , . .. ( nrouiuI y. v. I ..- ,1, , V.MyerlBe4. Che wing .Tobacco., , . i 3 -: . Coofettionariet. ..- ; ,; , : r Best Segars, , . . v -ir .- Water Crackers,. ; k . Dolls, Aeoordians,- Bailor and Soda, do ,.,. Fancy Candies, Citron Prunes, Cocoa Nuts, . .. iAlmonds, Filberts, .. English Walnota, . 4 , x i 7vt.. Vicra and Raisins. And every thing usually kept in a Confectionary . Btore. They will say to the public that they carry on the .. rtti. Mrkiap- Business. .v.- Snd without boasting they can assure the public that, they will sell the best Candy as cheap as any nouse in. jue ..a navn ;t in hn as cood as can be made. M omenta and others, buv'uiz by the wholesale, will, find it to their interest to give them a call. , ... .' ' Raleigh, October 9, 1850. . , V HENRY GERHARDT, , SJIXTU.VIEIjO, Johnston Co., JVorth Itrrottva. THE subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has on hand a large and rich supply of - , ' Cloths. Casslmeres, Vestings, and Trimming - of all sorts ; and that he is prepared to execute work in the best manner ami at moderate prices. . ., . He also has on hand a superior lot ot , . , . . , Iteadv-rtlade Clotbins, . consisting of Cloaks, Overcoats, Business Coats, Vests, Pantaloons, lamb's wool Shirts, &c, which he will dispose of on the moet accommodating terms. He solicits a call from those in want of Clothing, as he is determined to give, good bargains, and to do his work in the best and most approved style. HENRY GERHARDT. Smithfield, October 14th, 1850. : 837-3m. MOUNTAIN HOTEL, MORGAKTOBf, Bnrke Co. K.C. THE Subsciiber, thankful for the very liberal pat ronage heretofore received, would now inform the TltJMVJEMsLIJS'G PUBLIC that his House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. He has erected a row of Offices for Professional gentlemen, together with a commodious Hotel, all of which is entirely new The location of the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands the finest view of the mountain scenery in the place; and is removed from the noise and uproar of a Court-yard and the Public Square, and yet-sufficiently near for all the purposes of business. The subscriber promises to spare no pains to provide the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen tlemen of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding House. ' . J. M. HAPPOLDT. Morganton, July 25, 1850. ..826 ly, . NOTICE. " ' To the surviving Officers and Soldiers, of the War of 1812, or of tlie Indian Wars since 1790, or their. Widows and Children . . , BY a recent Act of Congress the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the last War with Great Britain, or their Widows or minor heirs ; also the surviving Officers and Soldiers of any of' tlie Indian Wars since 1790, or their Widows or minor heirs, and also the Commissioned Officers who were engaged in the late war with Mexico, are entitled to Bounty Lands in quantity from 40 to 1 60 acres, upon making satisfactory proof of the services ren dered. ... The undersigned tenders his professional services to those interested, and if he receives a sufficient number of applications he will go to Washington citv as soon as the claims are prepared for action there. Where the' Certificates of Discharge are in existence there will be less trouble in making out the necessary 'proofs. N. J. PALMER. Milton, N: C, Oct. 15th, 1850. 837 lm. Young Ladies' Institute. THE Rev. Professor Morgan has established at Salis l.nry, North Carolina, A YOUNG LADIES IN STITUTE, a Model School, of the highest grade. The success of this system in Edgeworth during five years, is Known to most competent judges in Virginia, North and South Carolina. It is believed that no similar institution haa made such ample provision for. the comfort and suc cess of x oung Lathes, at such moderate expense to the pupil. The year will close in June. All information will be sent to applicants. ' November 1, 1850. , ' 2 5t North. Carolina Music Store. 'PHE Subscriber takes this opportunity of aanounc 1 ing to the peopled' North Carolina, that he intends to open in this city, in December next, a M US1C STORE, here will always be found a complete as sortment of Foreign and American Music and Musical instruments ; all of which will be selected by himself. The Pianos will be from the best Manufactories in the United States, and will be sold at New York and Philadelphia price. K. Wi PETERSILIA. Raleigh. November 2, 1850. ' , 2 ly. For tne Toilet. 12 Doz. Farina Cologne, Genuine,' : - 24 do American do -Assorted, '.''' 6 do Lubin's and Bazine's Extract, of every variety some new kinds, Jenny Lind, &c, . 24 doz. assorted Preparations for the Hair, - , . Aromatic Vinegar, Depilatory Powder, Lip; Salve, Pomade Divine, Eau Lustrale, Bay Rum, Queen o Flower and Rose Oil, Pearl Powder, Circassion Balls Powder Puffs, just received at . PESCUD'S . 1 " . " Drug Store. Raleigh, September 30th, 1850. . 835 Robinson's Shoes. ' CONSISTING of Ladie's Kid .Walking, " ; '." .4 . Do. do. Slippers, ' Do. white do. , . Do. Satin, do. ' ' Misses Bootees, "';' 'r ' Misses and Children's Black and Bronze Bootees : Just received by - - R. TUCKER, & SON. " Aug. 26, 1850. ' J - 835 " ' Perfumed Matches. F Superior quality, just received by P. F. PESCUD. . -.: also, ,;v " English and American Mustaid (n qt. Bottles and qt. tin cans, of best quality and very cheap. - P. F. PESCUD. -Raleigh, September 30, 1850. 835 ' ' .:. ; ; : notice. , - Office Wilmington Raleigh R. R. Co. '." . , . , , Wilmington,r,2st October, 1850. , , THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail Road Company, will be held at Wilmington, on Thursday, the 14th day of November next. ' ! JAS. S. GREEN, Sec'y. . ' 139 tf, ', October 19. Legislative Notice. " APPLICATION will be made to the ensuing General , Assembly of the Stat of North Carolina for the passage of an act to incorporate the Board of Trustees of the Oxford Female College r Institute, to be located in tha Town of Oxford, Granville County, N. C, f N-J, PALMER, Secretary. Z October SO, 1850. , v . , , .. 839. - ;y ' NOTICE, . ;- ALL PERSONS who may wish to obtain co Pss of the Master Rolls of one or more Cowntjes of the Militia Aptarhatl (run tliia RIa..! 1B14 and 1814, for the War wittlOrmt Rrit.in -.o mnnlL ed on reasonaMa tnn K. jjr;n ,k ..u :i post paid, at Raleigh. , . RUFUS H. PAGE. . October 26, 1850. ' , 1, 839-41. NOTICE. APPLICATION will be mads to the next Legi.la tuteof North Carolina to get an actio be passed to form a new County by the name of Wilson out of por tions of the Counties of Edcpcnmhe TCo.k Tur.. and Wayne. - , - MANY CITIZEN'S. September 8, 1850. " " ' 834-tf. : TO THE WORLD: "GENERALLY, ni-t JToarthi jCarliaa':SneeIallrr' f' ' A)riOBJt JFrla4- nq Patrons farUcaxlA h The, Largest Assortment qf Goods"". ' " ' . - WWX M rk ' -w m w -w ' In the Stoto e orth Carolina both ta ths Piese n4 ' . READY MADE.4 ?iii v-niry. To which: -wij friyite the; attention ortKe pubHA. J ' w -oliver pnobiErip j(? ". v n resign of tne II HVK- B." ' -rrely itoir, irayettevlllo' StreetJ Raleigh. ; TP I HE Immontai insect, alias tne tsugg, anas unver. of Oliver and Procter, has iusi rerurnea irom ine City of Gotham, 'otherwise New Yorr, the London? of America.' Spent six weeks in saidrdiggins selecting an assortment ot Goods that for quality and style never were stfrD&ssed. and rarely "ever equalled. All of which are at hand and ready for exhibition. - Whilst absent said diftineuished personage for the benefit f the firm par t rally, but for the public more particularly, had cut and made -under lus ewnspeeiat direction ana. supervision, a very large and . .- -.3 , . ,. ,.,...-. : General Assortment of Clothing, embracing Black Dress and Frock Coals, til sizes' and prices, Brown, Gnaen, Blue, Drab, &c.,&c.,. Business Sacks and Frocks, Overcoats and Cloaks, W colors. Pants and Vesta al I ki nds from the low vu lgar to the Peru . 11 c. 1 . 1 n t ... . 11 1- 1 or nigntaiuim. u ress oniris, nnaer ouirts, an riuu Drawers of every description. . Heavy Silk under Shirts Net cotton Diawes, a new article, to which we invite special attention: Stocks, Cravats, all grades, Scarfs, Gloves, white; black, and colored Suspenders, Neck Collars, JENNY LINO IIIBTS, -direct from Stockholm, &c. &c.' ' .' ' Also whilst absent heard Jenny Lind sing sat with in four feet of Gennin the Hatter, the man what paid two hnndred and twenty-five dollars for his-Hcket and made money at that; presented Jenny with a riding Cap, thereby rendering himself immortal, as no Lady, can ride unless she has on a Lind Cap,-and roads too by Gennin, precisely as the Ladies generally who have heard of our fame toe making " them, coats " consider tbeir Lords much handsomer and more fashionable men. when rigged out at the Store where clothing is lasttion ed by art. . . v . , - - 1 r j . To Members of tlie Legislature, A-c. . . Members of the aDDroachine Legislature in want pi Clothing this Winter would save twenty -five per cent if not fifty by postponing the purcnasing 01 tneir cioming until their arrival here. Be sure and dont mistake our ' establishment, dont let any body persuade you, that they can do as well by you as we can. Dont sutler yoOrselves to be humbugged that is a commodity we dont deal in,' and our friends know it. Gentlemen living in this coun. tv or out ot it. would do well to Rive us a call, as w are determined to sell cheaper than the cheapest. Per sons need no longer complain of high prices.. If you want clothing for yourselves, your children or your neighbors, call, we can sell them cheaper than yon can buy the goods rnucn less nave mem maae. oee aigu. OLIVER & PROCTER. Raleigh, Oct. 9, 1850. R. R. R. R. Postscript! ' : , P. S. . We take this occasion to render our most grate ful acknowledgements to a generous public for the very liberal patronage besiowed uponussinceourcommencer merit in business, and trust that by promptly executing their orders and spreading overselves for their benefit, not onlv to merit but to receive the appelation of well done good and faithful servants" by a -continuance of their custom. Onr friends and customers at a distance will please read our advertisement and send -on their orders ; we are anxiously waiting for them. ... , Latest London, Paris and Northern, fashions just to hand. . ; . ' v. , , Cutting of all kind attended to immediately. Raleigh, October 9. 1850. 836 . NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL, IXSVBAIICE COMPASr, RALEIGH, M. C- r HK following persons have been elected Directors t ' and Oihcers of this Company ior the present year DIRECTORS. ... Dr. Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B.RouIhac, Richard Smith, John Primrose, Henry J). Turner,. S. V. Whit ing, T. H. Selby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill, Fayette ville, Joshua G. .Wright, Wilmington, Jas. . Hoyt, Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, Win. Bad ham, Edenton, Joshua Boner, Salem, : Joseph Pool, Elizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander Mitchell, Newbern, W. N. H. Smith, Murfreesborough, H. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and A. 1. Summy, Asheville. All Directors are authorized to receive applications. OFFICERS - : Josiah O. Watson, President, . -. ; - ' ,u .. J, G. B. Roulhac, Vice President,. . . .- , Richard Smith, Treasurer, " J.' C. Partridge, SecTietary, ' John H. Bryan, Attorney,' ' J. Hersman, General Agent. , ,S. W. Whiting, ., -a . ,; : . ) v .y Richard Smith, Executive Committee John Primrose, j ' This Company is now in successful operation, and is prepared to effect insurance against fire on all kinds of property, (bteam Mills and Turpentine Distilleries ex cepted.) :' All communications in reference to insurance should be addressed to the Secretary, post paid. J. C. PARTRIDGE,' Sec'y. 'Raleigh, January 3, 1850. ' ' - - 793 . UNION HOUSE. THE Subscriber respectfully informs the Members of .1 I I T 1 ... jL . " iproacoing legislature tnat ne is prepared to furnish ten or twelve of them with lodgings and board, at the UNION HOUSE, but a short distance from the Capitol." r ' v " ' -..;-,;, ; The Subscriber will provide comfortable rooms, and . good fare, at such prices as the times and market will afford. He pledges himself that no pains or expense will be spared to render his customers comfortable;- r . Travellers are also invited to call, and transient boarders will be taken. -The Subscriber keeps a constant supply of corn and fodder on hand, and . will have horses left with him, or the horses of such as may stop at his house, well taken care oL .;" . . i-,; : . . .. ,.. , , . The Subscriber's House is about one hundred yards from the Capitol, and one door to the east of the Baptist Church. - .... . . , ' -' : JAMES HALL. Raleigh, Sept. S4, 1850. ('j . a .. r. 834 ts. : . COTTON TARN AND SEINE TWINE MAPE BY NEW M ACH1NFR f . ; .BATTLE AND. COMPANY, Rocky JTTount, J'ash , County, . Jorth Carolina. ARE now manufacturing of excellent quality, Coton Yarn and Seine Twine, which they will sell at the LOWEST. PRICES, i-.i t Their Machinery is New, and they fee'l no hesitation in WARRANTING . their manufactures to give satisfaction.' - Merchants with in 50 miles of Rocky Monnt, ordering not less than 500 libs." shall have Yarns delivered to them free of addition al expense. ;. ,.' -.. . . ;.. -. ,i T) 1 If . TT 1 m r . wn:&y mouDH iiasq V(J. J. f 1 March 3d, 1850. . 5 "sdi-iiyj rniAKEN up and; committed to the Jail of Rowarf J. County, N..C, on the 1st of October, 1850; a JJef grornan, who says hi name is BOB, and that be belongs to Wm. Crossfic of Kentucky, and that he wa porchased by said Crosstic from John C. Moore of Raleigh Said negro ts of a light complexion; ahoot 35 rears of sue. 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and has two of his tipper teeth' out ,n tToot. Tl,a owner of said slavei teoTeste to ; " ' J ' " I . .in ...... . r i :' Packet Book Lwt, ' ..-V. T OST or Stolen, on Saturday last, from the Subscni teri,mi1 !!rtner pockef booki with six folds', red. and fastened with a elasp.' It contained foot notesJ one against A. W. Bert, calling for $230, with some credits---and three against Temperance Bettsfoi$89 altogether, frith credits, k, . .. . t The aaid A, M. Betts W iTenperanc Betts r hereby warned against paying said potes to any person or persons, except myself - - - , , r ' ALVWBETTSf. r Wake County, Nor. 7, 1850. 8Stpd. ' y . VV;V. I ': I . Porter A , FURTHER, supply , of London Brown Stou Pints. , Jus recieved at the Drug store of , , ;, s WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD & Co. Raleigh, An j. Slat, 1850. 823 ' - .neitanii !cheap i : . FASH ION ABlE'i cD R Y. & QODS. si ' h vaj I tn t-. i4 i il iH For lb Fall audW inler Trade, l50. THE.Sabscriber having, jnst received from NeJ York and Philadelphia, an elegant and extensive supply of STAPLE JUD TAXCY ERY GOOEs embracing every satiety of Style and Fashion fbrihe Reason, woyld respectfully invite .his. ftiend and cu. r .i i" puoiic hi large, 10 an early exammal ion OI the nm. kh.in. Kill. . I .1 - - .. . . -i mu; pcisuaucu uiejr csnnoi tail In admire and he i k iiuiV nnni.. .-.. j. Beauty, and still more delighted with the good bar saint he intends to give them. ' s " -i ne assortment comprises, m part.the following Ti--Super Black Gros-de Rhine Silks, . Chameleon Satin D'chine ' do. Plaid and Figured Changeable do. ' ' ' Lupins finest French Merinos, Plain and Embroidered Cashmeres and Delaines. Silk Poplins, and Mohair Lustres, Chameleon Lyonese Cloth, '" " Super Black Merino Cashmere and Alpacca. , Plain, Polka, and Chine Delaines, . Hungarian and Jenny Lind Cloths, (for Dresses.) Blue, Brown, Greett and Mode coloied Satin wripej Delaines. -- : . i i. , ' Changeable Thibet, aiid tCherry color'4 Paramam Cloths, (....,. " New Style Calicoes and Ginghams, - -' Irish Linen, and Cotton Shirting, ' ' .n . . i, Rich Velvet Trimming, and Silk Braids andV Laces, . Insert) ngs and Edgings, . ,Beautiful Bonnet, Relt, and Neck Riband," ' Fine Kid and Silk Gloves, and Mits, ' Together with many other desirable articles, amour which are Cloths, Cassimere, and Vesfings, Sattinets, Tweeds Cfotb and Kentucky Jeans, . Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats, Fur and Cloth Caps,' Gentlemen's Boot and Shoe, 1 ...Ladie Walking Shoes, Slipper and Gajters, Jenny Lind and Leghorn Bonnets, " Kersey's, Linsey's, and Blankets, 1 ' Silk and Cotton Umbrella. , . L- T . 1 :v' - T. A.MITCHELL. Raleigh, Nov. 6, 1850. 840 tf. 'NORTH CAROLINA Mutual Life Insurance Company -J . RALEIGH, N. C. THIS Company is how taking insurance on the lives of healthy persons and Slaves, at their established rates of premium. This being the only Life Insurance Company in the State, and working under a charter suit ed to the condition and circumstances of all, the Direc tors feel no hesitation in saying that it affords greater inducements for the insurance of lives than any other Company in the Country. The 5th Sec. of the Charter proyides"That the husband may insure his own life, for the sole use and benefit of his wife or children, free from the claims of the repre sentatives of the husband or any of his creditors." It is conducted on the mutual plan, each person in sured becoming a member thereof, and not liable beyond the amount of his premium. ' Policies for $100 to $5000 will be issued on the life of a white, person; and on Slaves for two-thirds their market value, for a term of from one to five years, s the owner may desire. All losses of the Company are paid within 90 days af ter proof of loss is furnished. No California risks. taken. , ..The business of the Company is conducted under the immediate supervision of. Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President, Wm. D. Haywood," Vice President, - James F. Jordan, Secretary, , ,,. Win. H. Jones, Treasurer, . Perrin Busbee, Attorney, ' i ' DrJ Wm. H. McKee, Examining Physician. J. Hersman,- General Agent. ' v All Communications on business should be addressed postpaid, to , JAMES F, JORDAN, Secretary. Nov. 1,"1850. " 1 FEMALE CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, '; '( Hillsborough 'Street,) KAL.EIG1T, N. CI : - ' REV. BENNET T. BLAKE, Principal. x W. Piters li a, Profeseor of Music. Mas. Lncx .M. Petxbsii.ia, Teacher of Drawing and Painting.-. , . TWENTYFIVE Young Ladies can be accommo dated with hoard in the family of the Principal. These will receive - all the attention, and enjoy all tlie comforts of a private family. . . 1 1 . s -"..i.. i i The course of study is well digested, thorough and extensive. The entire expense to a pupil will be cover ed by the payment of One Hundred Dollars in advance, for a session of five months, i. 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, SO 00 Tuition in the English Department. 15 00 Music on Piano or Guitar, ' ' " 20 00 Drawing and Painting," " - ' f V- v 10 00 Painting in oil Colours, . ' i i . x : 15 00 French, . , . ,v; ; .. .: . , - 10 00 The Pnpils will be regularly instructed ih Vocal Mu sic, witnout lurtner cnarge. The Annual Examination of the Pupils-of this Insfi- tntion will take, place on Wednesday and Thursday, the 4th and 5th of December ensuing. - . , . - . . B. T, BLAKE,' Principal. Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. ....-. 4tf VALUABLE LAND And Desirable Residence - for Sale. A TRACT -OF LAND, eontaining 330 Acres, (form erly the property of JBlair BurwelL ; deceased,) sit uated on the Kaleigh and Uaston Railroad, one half mile South of Henderson, is offered for sale. More than half the tract is in original growth, t The- remainder: Js in a fine state for cultivation, and is well adapted for the growing of Grain and Tobacco'. On it is new and com modious two story Dwelling House, of excellent work manship,, with every out house necessary for .comfort or convenience. Any person 'wishing to combine ' the ad vantages of town with' the pleasures and retirement of the country, would do well to boy.'- The neighborhood is remarkable for its health, intelligence and refinement Farther description is deemed unnecessary .as those wishing to purchase will view the premises. Refer to . ,t A,B. & H. BURWELLj Henderson, N C. I.H. DAVIS, "Stanton, (Sranv i)le, N. C. November 1st, 1850. ' ' ' ,';'' , 1 3t : FINE FRfJIT' TREES. ' ' THE ' Proprietors of the Posnological Garden and Nurseries, Cane Creek' Chatham County, N. C,. have now ready for Transplanting, 20,000 fruit tree of large size and thrifty growth, ot the finest kind, of fruit known for all seasons, from' the earliest to the latest rip ening kinds t' consisting of 'ri Ui-S.n-mri APPLES, PEACH ES, PEARS, .PLUMS, , ...Nectarines,' Apricots, .Grapa, figs, ttc Order should be se'nt to us early, that we may make oar arrangements to deliver in good time. : One of os will be at Raleigh, ' in the early-' part ; and at the end of the Session, with a splendid collection of our trees. . J. & T. LINDLEY. .October 28th, 1850,, ; , ., , .1 3t , ftTT ;' Fifteen Dollars Reward; TXJNA'VVAY'froni the Subscriker, residing in Jees JLVston - County, s negro7 boy -named Dave, or Henry Said boy is about 22 years of age, yellow eosopiexioa, weighs about 165 pounds. , He sasy be larking in ta neighborhood of. Mr. Penny's, S said. County, as I bought him from that neighborhood., Said boy ha a down look when spoken to.' I will give the above reward to any per son who will deliver him to me, or lodge him in any j fik4he 6tato,o that I get him. v- . - ' A.W.RICHARDSON. November 9, 1850.. 4 4tpd. t . . -Talnnble Land for Sale. 1 , , Valuable- Tract of Land containing 208 acres, lying jt ; between four and five mfles West of Raleigh, on both sides of Walnut Creek, and adjoining the land o Rev. Thos. Meredith and others, will be sold on reason able terms, i '..,-,.'.4 I .For further informatioo apply to -MY' A: BLEDSOE. Raleigh, Angnst 2T, 1850. " s29" f !