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fe.W 5-:- ;,1.-,'.i , - VIM MS i -sc. w;i . '.;-." .tf t.i5 iU'U -?f i I i!. U SFMT-WEEKLY, $4 PER. ANNUM IN .ADVANCE. i - TOL. 1. .t- r - ,. t www1 Wmmwt m assssssaieaaen i a -t - JVf at-,u 1 . - t . - ............ ; .... ..: ... v-',.-. vw.,:.,. - THE WORTH CAROLINA 1 STANDARD is Published Wkkit aib Simi-Wiihi,,1' WILLIAM W. HOLDBN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. vir i ' .t .iniiura per tnnum "EI1S OF THE H XIMil, X " , , . 1 , auvu,., "---7.. mths: and Three fifty cents, U payment pe ueiayeu ' '"-;:, the time of twii ; within a v months nom uio UUJC XFUliaiSf " i subscribing. ; ' Ttixt of tbs Sexi-Wsk-t-annum, in advance, or vrithin tbe .... f niAnt tie I . Fonr dollars per first month; Four dollars ana ntty cents, 11 iv - onths ftom u,e and Five Dollar, if notpa.u - tiineot subscriDing. ;nv;i,lv Jhered to. 1 Jrs noT exceading fourteen line, will . rules win v j 1 1 f nAn I lit A a timofor one dollar, ana twemy-nvc be inserted one n Jnsl,rtion. those of greater cents, for r " ers 'ad Judidicial Ad lengtb '"FT-V.-", 3 Der cent higher than the rvT" A eVsonable reduction will be made to above rates. Advertisemento inser- SrTtTtSSSwX udard, will also appear in the Weekly Paper, free of charje. Subscribers, and others, who may wish to send money to fhedScan do so at all times, by Mail and at his risk Receipt for all sums will he promptly transmitted. Letters to tho Editor must come free of postage. Caswell Female Institute, YANCEYVILLE, N. C. Th.e GOULD, A . M . Principal B . Miss Kate E. Keliocc, Assistant and Teacher Ornamentul Branches. of Mas. E. B. Uoclu, icacner uj mxiv 5,,Wrilwp. availine himself of the ell known I healthiness of this situation, has undertaken to estab lish a Female Seminary, which, in addition to meeting the wants of this vicinity, shall merit patronage from abroad. He has, accordingly, spared no pains in procur ing an assistant possessing the highest qualifications. IVlFss Kellogg, (who has recently arrived,) received her education atorne of the best institutions in the country, and has been highly successful as a Teacher. Testimo nials of the most commendable character can be, exhib ited from gentlemen of the first respectability. The course of studies will now embrace all the bran ches, solid and ornamental, usually taught in Female Seminaries of the highest class. Thoroughness is the leading feature in the plan of instruction. The ' govern ment Is strict, but gentle and conciliatory. For rapid progress and superior attainments in Music, Drawing, Painting and Embroidery, it is believed that this School now offers very unusual facilities. The subscriber will devote one half of his time to this school, his connection with the Dan River Institute still continuing. Board, including washing, from $6 to $7 per month. Pupils are required to board in families approved by the Principal. The next session will commence on the 6A of January. Early attention is requested as far as practicable. Charge will be made from the time of entering to the cloae of the session, and no deduction made for absence except for protracted sickness. Tekxs Per Session of Fit Mohths : Tuition, according to studies pursued from $8 to $15 Music, (Piano with singing) three lessons per week, with an extended series of vocal ex ercises, tor cultivating tne voice alter inc most approved European method, Drawing, Painting in water colors, stylogra phic, Monochromatic, Painting and Em broidery, each - . - 20 00 6 00 Erench, - - - - - - 6 00 B. GOUEth,, November 25, 1850. 844 3tw. V Raleigh Register insert three times and forward account. FEMALE CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, (Hillsborough Street,) RALEIGH, It. C. REV. BEiVNET T. BLAKE, Principal. Ma. W. C. Docb, A. M., Professor of Mathematics and Ancient Languages. Kabl W. Petehsilia, Professor of Music. . Mas. Leer M. Petebsiua, Teacher of Drawing and Painting. TWENTY-FIVE Young Ladies can be accommo dated with boaTd in the family of the Principal. These will receive all the attention, and enjoy aitJ cuiuitjiia ci k private iamuv. 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. 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 iri the English Department. 15 00 Music on Piano or Guitar, . . 20 00 Drawing and Painting, . 10 00 Painting in oil Colours, 15 00 French, 10 00 . The Pupils will he regularly instructed in Vocat Mu sic, without further charge. The Annual Examination of the Pupils of this Insti tntion will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, the 4th and 5th of December ensuing. The Session for 1851 begins 6th January, 1851. , . , B. T. BLAKE, Principal. Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. 4tf. - FEMALE , INSTITUTE, WARRENTON, N. C. THE Twentieth Semi-annual Session of this Institu tion will commence on the 1st Monday in Jan. 1851. The location is pleasant, proverbially healthful, retired, ycreasy of access at all season of the year. This in Htitulion is so arranged and conducted as to combine the Rreatest advantages with the least expense, and to give competent and efficient instruction in all of the various branches of an accomplished Female Education t The Board and Tuition in all the branches requisite for a Diploma and Gold Medal will not exceed $124 00 per annum. ' The Ornamental branches, embracing Instrumental Musi.;, Wax Fruit and Flowers, Ancient and Modern Languages, Drawing and Painting in Oil and Water Colors, at the usual prices. Vocal Music. Needle and Fancy work, gratis. The Libraries of the Principals are accessible to ad vann-d Students. Lectures upon Literarv. and Scientific sul.ieets. with Ppropiate experiments will bo delivered during the 8es- sion. Hkv. N. L. GRAVES, J. WILCOX. L. C. GRAVES, Associate Principals. .1 9 November 30. 1850. TEACHERS WANTED. .'J. trustees of tbi Fnr..t villi Fmi1j A n f'mn v 1 wish In omi.ln.. - --.. i.. 1 tir-f . . -i.... , f"'J " vjeniieman ann nis iie to taKe :rd M I . oonool commencing ahput the 2nd or hi, If they tannotget a man and "Wife, t!,Py woad employ a young lady, K(iu!in0n.la.'? "? t0 character and qualifications will lie --.uivoa Lilt; km nap ri rvor car rnrnuivn a w-nbo c. J. 8. PURIFY, Sec. ,, ' 10 tL 28, 1850, mi iormu. A Lot 1 lv"d andfo. . mastown- flttle, just r-cei- nj . i ii a,. . Soutli Lowell Male Academy; : , ORANGE qpVNTY, 'At Q.J j THE present session of this Institution will close on the 20th of December ; and the next session will Mimmence on Thursday, January znti. students are earnestly requested to be present at the copirnenceirient r tho session. v. .- . - . . .. . , : The School continues under tne superintendence 01 the Rev. James A. Dean, M. A., as Principal,, and Mr. B F. Larabee, B. A- as Associate. I he Academy hiuld- in? is new, and is so constructed as to accommodate throe or even four Teachers, It is hoped that the friends of the institution' will rally around it, and furnish a suffi cient number of students to test its capability. r Three objects will constantly be kept in view : .,, 1st To promote thorough scholarship. .2nd. To secure the students from the. contamination of vice, aud to' in- gtill into their minds moral and religious principles. "3d. q-6 cultivate a taste for general knowledge. No pain ill be spared to obtain all these ends. ' ' South Lowell Academy is a " Preparatory School " of Randolph Macon Uollege ; but the course ot instruction is such aa to prepare for any College in the country ; and it is equally adapted to such as do not intend to pursue a Collegiate course. - ' 1 " - Expenses as heretofore, viz: Tuition 910 00 $12- 50," and $15 00. 'Board in the best families, $25 00 per session. . ; south Lowell is in Orange county. North Carolina, 38 miles west of Henderson, and about the same dis- dance North-west of Raleigh. ' D. Cv PARRISH, Sec. Ex. Com. November 28, 1850. , 844 4t. TAR RIVER ACADEMY. GRANVILLE COUNTY, N, C THI3 School will be opened for the reception of pu pils on the first "Monday in February, 1851. This Academy la. located 9 miles West or Uxiord, in neighborhood proverbially healthy, and the Pupils will have every facility to attend divine worship, as there is both a Baptist and Presbyterian Church within a mile of the Academy. " The Trustees have secured the services of Mr. Jesse Smith, a gentleman of considerable experience as a Teacher, and well qualified to prepare hoys for College. The Trustees are determined to sustain a good School in the neighborhood, (all of them having children of their own to educate) and have therefore put tuition at the following very low rates : Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic,' $5 00 English Grammar and Geography, -' - - 7 50 The higher Branches of English, - '- ' - 10 00 The Languages, - - - - - ' - 12 60 Good board can be had in highly respectable families for $5 per mouth. Any information with regard to the School may be had by addressing Lewis .P. Allen, Tar River, P. On Granville co., N. C ' December 1st, 1850. 845 td. SEDGEWICK FEMALE SEMINARY. RALEIGH, N. C. THE Spring term of this Institution will open on Tuesday the first day of January, 1851. Terms par Session of five msntht, (payable in advance.') Board and English Tuition, $60 00 Music on Piano or Guitar, 20 00 Use of Instrument, - 3 00 Latin and French, each, . , . 10 00 Incidental Expenses, 1 00 . MRS. J. J. FINCH, Principal , Nov. 30, 1850. . 844 4t w. THE SCHOOL AX II AMILTOJI, MttnTIlY CO. .V. V. 11 fR. J. H. HORNER resumes charge of the School IV 1 at Hamilton, the 1st Monday in January next. - In the Classical department tbe studies, as heretofore, will be strictly preparatory to tbe University. Board in the Principal s family and Tuition per ses sion of five months, - ' - - -. , $55 00 Hamilton is situated on an elevated plain near Roan oke river, twelve miles above Williamston, and is consid- red a healthy location. ' , F. P. CLEMENTS, Sec Board Trus. Hamilton, October, 1850. 839td. The Rev Dr. Hooper's Family School In the Country, JYear Littleton Depot, Warben County, N. C. Teachers Ret. Win. Hooper, Prof. J. DeBer- xierk Hooper, 1x11 Thoxas C. Hoopf.r. THE next session will commence on the first Thurs day in January. It is requested that those who in tend to send, will make early application. Nov. 23, 1850. 8 4t. St. MARY'S SCHOOL. RALEIGH, N. C. THE 18th Term of this School will commence on the fourth day of January 1851, and continue 'till the 7th of June. For a Circular containing full particulars, apply to the Subscriber. ALDERT SMEDES. Rector. December 4th, 1850. 11 5t. BIBLICAL RECORDER OFFICE FOR SALE. . ON the 30th instant, I will sell at the late Residence of the Rev. Thomas Meredith, the Press and. good will of the Biblical Recorder, including the type, fix tures, Printing apparatus, dec. The Recorder, as tbe organ of the Baptist Denomina tion of this State, has been long known as a religious paper of high character and extended patronage. r vv W VAS5, Jiam r. -December 6,180. ' 11 tsi ALEXANDER MACRAE, JR., IMPORTER OF CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHERN WARE, And Wholesale &, Retail Dealer in all kinds or FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ; . - j South Side of Market St. 11 ' j Wilmington, TS. C I Wilmington, Nov. 27, 1850." " 8--ly. Builder's Compnnlon. " ' CONTAINING the Elements of Building, Survey mg and Architecture, with practical Rules and Instruc tions connected with the subjects By A. C. Smeaton, Civil Engineer, &c. For Sale by . , i HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh, Nov. 27, 1850. ? j;" ' ' V 9J. JOHN C. PALMER'S " DAGTJERREAM GALLERY, 1; N his finely furnished Room warrants the Likenesses perfect, and to nifiase. His renntattnn iao well known in North Carqlina, it is useless to say more. Call atPal mer and Ramsiiv'a Jewelrv Rtnr. . , - , 1 ..Raleigh Nov. 25, 1850- ... , ..... t , J 8 1 . . To invalids.,, ,.V i.,.,..'.-V' : A T .Pescud's Drno- tAn. rti.i T .lnn ;XJl. Dock Brandy, Porter, Old Madeira, Sherry and Port wines, seiecieu expressiy lor. Medical puposes. .Also, Capsules of Copaiba and Cubebs, Castor Oil Capsules, Tarrants.. Marshall's and, Carpenters Ex'ts of Copaiba Culiebs, &c, and, all the most popular Patent Medicines in, use, - t-u V--.-.-. m.. ,. y November 21. ' . ' a FOR $450. at Wake Forest . College LOT at Wake Forest ; College is for sale,'- con a . ' , . 1. . I A . , ... . uiiiiiiK two anu nan nt, iHoueraieiy. linDrov--T ed. - It is the handsomest site on the Hill, and' well wa tere'il.s"' w, , sf.-i JOS." BRIDGE8. December Cndj 1850. ' 11 tf. '-- v?a it-.;, if PLEASANT GROVE; A.CAIEM Y ,. ,'' ''." f u FRANKLIN CdUNTY , N. '; C. i . .ilTHHlS! Exercises, of this' Institution will ! commence on ' J1"?.! 6tlxf January next, under the chargc 5. w,n- L Barrtl a gentleman eminently quali fied to instruct in all the branches taught in preparatory SchooU. The Academy wiH be neat and comfortable, situated about 200 yards from the residence of the sub scriber, known to be one of the most healthy locations j in the Slate, and equidistant from' Louisburg and tha t Shocco Springs.vJi . ',v ' ' ' ' ' Board can be had 'wUhrthe subscriber, at $6,50 per month, and also in the families of Mr. Joseph J. Jones, " Mr. Thomas A; Person,' Mrs. Elizabeth Branch, arXd oth era, all convenient to the Academy; at the above rates. Parents and guardians" may rest -assured, that every attention will be paid, both to the morals and literary ' pursuits of the students ;" and owing to the healthiness ' of the situation, the purify of the wat'erand the morali tv neighborhood, the public and particularly those "' Irving ia the lower country, would do well to give this institution a trial. ' " -; " , . " ' TUITION UK SESSION For the Languages, and higher English branches.' $15 Lower English branches, - .- ' : ' 10 ' "Address the Subscriber, Louisburg, N. C. ' r WM. J. BRANCH. 'December 1st, 1850. 1 ' '" 845 4tw, Register and Spirit of the Age copy 4 limes, weekly. ; Practice wliat you Preacb. v ?xom Liverpool to Wilmington N. O. DIRi.CT 4 IMPORTATIONS. "' I k have just received a large stock of " , direct from the Liverpool manufactories, which I am prepared to sell on very reasonable terms, at whole sale or retail. ' . To all who are disposed to encourage direct importa tions, I would say that a fair share -of patronage is all I ask to enable rue to compete with any other importer in the United States. I - offer a fair chance to all who are disposed to build up Southern Independence. ' In addition to the Crockery Business, I will continue to keep a large and well selected stock of Farming Implements, to which I particularly invite the attention of my' fann ing friends." f am continually in receipt of the latest im provements in these articles, and will take great pleasure in showing them to all who are desirous of examining them. . - ALEX. McRAE, Jr. . Wilmington, Nov. 13, 1850. : ' . & 6m. JOHN KANE'S RESTAURANT! . Fayetteville Street. , A few doors North of The Yarbrough House, .In a JV early Opposite Lawrence's Hotel RALEIGH, N. C. . Is Open for the Season! Every thing furnished in such Establishments will be served up in the best style, and at, the shortest notice. Fresh Oysters of a Superior Kind, . H.EVE1YEO V.tlL.y. " . Ei?" Call at Kane's on Fayetteville Street, a few doors to the North of Yarbrough's House, and nearly opposite Lawrence's Hotel. P. S. There is a BILLIARD SALOON in the' Es tablishment. . JOHN KANE. . - Raleigh, Nov. 16, 1850. .5 tf. NEW BOOK STORE, Just Opened Two Doors Above R. Smith's Store. ItAEEIGII, IV. C. . THE Subscriber has just opened a Book Store in Ra leigh, two doors above Mr. Richard Smith's Store, ' where he offers to the public ' sexscoox. BOOKS, Of almost every description, together with a large " col lection of RELIGIOUS WORKS, From tbe pens of eminent authors of the different De nominations ; also, Stationery, Of excellent quality ; all of which he proposes to sell on very reasonable terms. Any Book not on hand at present, can be ordered and received by the Subscriber in few days, and he will be prompt to fulfil all orders from town or country. JOHN W. O'NEAL. " Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1850. 833 tf. ' A New Goods, New Goods ! J JDook Out for. Good Ifarguins. JUST the very thing at last ; that long and anxiously looked for train, containing thosa . CHEAP AND DESIRABLE GOODS, ' that was selected by Alexander Creech, with great care and with an eye sinsle to the wants ol his friends and customers has ai rived and now opened, and for sale. , For the Ladies a large and varied assortment of beau tiful prints ot the latest styles, a large assortment of LAUIES.DKESS GOODS! a large and beautiful assortment ot a most every kind for Gentlemen. Call at his Store, two doors above Mr. Richard SmithV corner, and next door to Messis. A. 3. , Stith & Co's. Auction and Commission store, and -you will not regret it. ALEXANDER CREECH. . Raleigh, Nov. 20,1850 . . . ... . 8 ; . Fresh Arrivals Tri-Weekly! "': ' v HARDING & CO. ' ' Will Receive New Goods Tri-Weekly U During the Winter Season, . ,. DIRECT FROM THEIR MANUFACTORY. . By this arrangement purchasers will always find ' Vs - Something 'jVeiB ,and Attractive, , ''' " By examining their Stock. As for Bargains Gentlemen- you canH beigin to buy as cheap elsewhere.- Call ' ' "and supply yourselves, : o; . , , r. t , IN TELEGRAPH BUILDING, . V. '; ; '-, '' i ,": Fayetteville Street. .r. Raleigh. Nov. 15, 1850. ft Prime Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, , V Aud tne best Imported. Cegars,' i- . .. j - May be foundr at lS" ""' ' " -V heiiry 'kira'S GXisrasxiAX. variety stose, - , . First Corner North of .Yarbrongh House, i . i,'i. And opposite .'Lawrence's Hotel, v .r.': ? Keeps on hand a good assortments of Useful, ! Fancy, ' aridl Ornameniar Articles". Coufectionaries, Grocenes," &c. &c . Raleighr Nov. 1850i a . 'Vf 6 w. . , UOOT and SHOE , . " 1 - 1 1 ' '"" i- f'r sFit ' L) BURCH wmild inform bis, old customers as v U-t wU as others, that he bss now ,1a his employ Asr goad Workmen as there is the Unton-V and feW confident that he csn makany article in his line as well it' not a little better than can be Rot ele . h-i-o: hehas nei ther spared pains nor. expense in pr- l r&ntg fMf service ut workmen for;th above purpose. His Materials are the best Known tome rraoet 41 fHm Latest rrfshibrfsatwtvs at nano-' - - ' j U.sis,-: t. CalV-tw floors below lh Post Oflace.' Ra!eigh, Oft ;2..18ri0. FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, STORE, f, " '. P alme r &:, R am s ay 7 . HAVE Just 'received the .most1 splendid, stock of ICich anrt, Handsome Good' in jLheLr lino eycr pffered for sale in the city of Raleigh, the elegance of the. articles being only surpassed by their usefulness and' convenience. The patterns are" entirely new, and.jthe beauty of the; various designs .'."by." which they are embellished are quite unique and fanciful, reach ing tbe ?ery highest perfection of art and skill, We "do sire an inspection,' which is the only proof necessary to con vipce all persons, of correct taste that such splendid Goods, at" such very reasonable prices, were never offered before in North Carolina.; Our Fashionable Store; there fore, stands A. No.' l. arnong the attractions of the City of Raleigh dunne"'the uresent Winter. ' " " ' ' Splendid Gold and Silver Watches, V ' s Cold,, vest, fob And guard Chain's, ; Ladle's watch' chains, new style, , Seals, keys, chains, earrings, breastpins, rings','-' uiamona urease pins and Kings, J , - f. ' ; Gold lockets, braclets, ketches, and necklaces, Gojd and silver Pencils and pens, 1 -' " ' ? 'Gold ' silver, and steel spectacles, : ' " V ' Geld and silver buttons and studs, ' 1 "Gold and silver thimbles, and silver combs, ' Gold and silver buckles and slides, - A . ' ' CorsI, assorted, silver and shell card cases, -' ' " Clocks' warranted good time pieces,' . : " " Silver table, desert, and teaspoons. : . : Ladles, sugar tongs, cream, and sSIt spoons, ' .. '; Silver & plated butter knives, silver forks and cups Steel keys and chains and music boxeai' Steel worked bags, tassells. rings and beads, A large collection of fine Cutlery,- - f Perfumery for the toilet, and fancy Boxes, : Fnll sets fine Waiters, . : . Rich plated Castors, candlesticks, baskets, i; ; ' " ! Waiters and fruit stands, new styles, . s Brittania ware and flower vaccs, i i ..... ... Pocket books and silk purses, v. ' Hair, tooth and shaving brushes, .- , Pistols, table cutlery and guitar strings, .. . . , 1 Fancy Goods, . 5 .-. , . - , . . . t,r Their personal attention . will be devoted to repairing all kinds of Watches, Ulocks ana Jewelry.. ... ,, ,- Old cold and silver taken in exchange. November 1850. ; f - ..: ,. - .. 6 THE PEPPER BOX.' Corner of Wilmington and Hargett Streets, - RALEIGH, N. C. THIS splendid Establishment, just completed, and elegantly fitted up, is now open for the in spection and patronage of the Public. W, R. PEPPER, the Agent and Manager, is wel known in this community, and throughout the 'State, as a Caterer for the taste of all those fond of ' ' " 'GAME, OYSTERS, "FISH,'" , AND MANY OTHER DELICACIES OF TBE 8EASOIT, Baked, Scalloped, Fried, St wed. And done up brown, " with the et ceteras. , The House is so arranged as to furnish Saloons com pletely retired for private parties of gentlemen desirous of teasting themselves and mends. , , . . PEPPER attends to rthe Cuisne in Person. . Trays, handsomely piled up, sent to every part ot the City at short notice ; and Parties will lie supplied at any. hour of the day or night, by sending their orders to the House. . Members of the Legislature, when fatigued with their arduous official duties, may refresh themselves at PEP PER S ; and other Visiters, as well as his old friends and customers of the City, are invited to do the same. No pains or expense shall ' be spared to make this THE HOUSE where every wish of the Epicure shall be grati fied. ' 7, , . ; ; W. R. TEPPER. ' ' ' Agent for L. F. Smith. Raleigh, Nov. 15,: 1850. 842 tf. Iiook out for the Engine when the Bell Rings. jj&lgAIl Aboard! Bound tn&! J tare's Block, Opposite J'ost Office, , The Southern Home Manufactory, RALEIGH, N. C. MUCH has been-said in Congress, by Southern members, about the rights of the Sooth. This community and surrounding country now have" an op portunity ot patronizing tbeirown merchants and those who make up gentlemen's wearing apparel, by callings! the Proprietor's new Establishment, Peace's Block, op posite the Post office- ' The Proprietor, having made the SCIENCE of cot ting Gentlemen's fashionable clothing his study, in the most fashionable Cities, tor many years, is now prepar ed lo give satisfaction to all who moy want their cloth ing made... Gentlemen furnishing cloth aud trimmings, will thus give employment to many in the City of Ra leigh. - : . ... . . : Those who only Wish their garments cut shall have them warranted to fit, and at moderate prices. Gentle men's garments altered and repaired at the shortest notice. " v'"'' ' " ' ' ' The New York and Philadelphia Fashions for the Fall and Winter just received. . ; '. ' Wanted immediately, two first rate Coat-Makers, to whom employment will be given and the highest wages. Raleigh, Oct. 22. 1850.; ... . ,-. 838-t20Nov. New Confectionary & Grocery Store, 3. Doors below the J'ost Office M. GRIFFICE, fc CO. have opened a Confec tionary and Grocery Store, Tin Raleich. 3 doors below the Post Office, where they have on hand, " and will sell on reasonable terms the following articles t- ' rXLee35LXXS' : . Sugar and Coffee, " t ' Crushed Sugar, r Do.'--St. Croix, v rrvr ,. j'J'Havana - do.;i; i . Candles and Soap, v. V Pepper and Spice, : - Black and Imp. Tea, " Copperas and 5inger, . .. Saleratus and Snuff. . ; ; Brooms, &c. See. ' il ' ' ; r - Myers Best Chewing Tobacco. 4 pr ; ' .. .. , Confectiohartes." - x Best SegarSj ; -- --Water Crackers," : Dolls, Accordians, - r. Butter and Soda do ; Fancy Candies, Citron,- - '. Prunes, Cocoa Nuts, Almonds; Filberts, s-firij English: Walnuts," ; : Palm Nuts, JV Kr .' Figs and Raistns; .'-',' And every thiUg.uSually kept in a Confectionary Store. . They will, say to the public that they carry 4in' the .. Candy Making eBusiness, . i and without boasting they can assure the public that they will sell the best Candy-as cheap as any house in the. place; aud warrant it to be. as good as can lie made.. ' Merchants. and others, buying by tbe wholesale,' will una io meir imeresi 10 give uiero, a caiu.. , j, Raleigh, October 8, 1850. 836 tf. North,. Carolina -Music Store. ..? 1HE Subscriber stakes this opportunity sof announr-, .:JL ing iothe people of North Carolina, that he intends io opeoia this jcityt, io. December next, sMUSlC STORE, where will always be found a complete as sortment of Foreign and.American Musiq and Musical jostrumentsialj of which wijlbe selected by himself. The Pianos wil De, lrom the best Manulactories in the. Uhlted 'States' and1 will be sold tit New York and Philadelphia" prices. ' 1 -' ' v- :- t v,ijKiiW PETERSILtA. f Raleigh i Norember 2, 1850.' i 2 ly. . , . . .... uuuxi xu.. pucppoiU COMM ISS IO piERCH A T,. RICH MO Nt Ta OFFERS his sendees ton Trbaccv Wheat, Flour, and Corn; and respect tully-solicits cpnsigltnients RicBjsoirp.-Januarj- 1st, 1850. 702-Cm. 55 -,-. -vm-v 1; HAVE just returned the second time from Boston, New York, aod.Philadelpbia. having spent nearly all of August and Septemberia sakl cities, netting up our CLOT H IN G, every article of which tcia cut by myself, 1 and made up under my own inspection ; anu 1 presume there is no one in North Caroli'ia now, who 'would be ' verdant enough to question my capacity aftetv the elut uent tribute paid to my " artistic skilt" in our last Su ''perior Court, by Judge, Counsel on both sides, witness--'eand Jurors. I refer j to, the case of V Biggs e Oli , ver" action for damages, in which 1 bad Jo jay $$50, h. .in cqnsequence of -my extended reputation.' '.. , " . Vs Pp. n, if you please, and assist Jne" iri;'jfayrfg. ofC the judgment by buying our Goods. Whols there," in. ... North Carolina, who has not heard of the Hon; George . E Badeer, the Hon. William "H. Haywood, Jr.; and ' '," Bug " Otiver ? , Why " tfieir fame is no tnore tobe ' hemmed inby State lines than lheir;talenisre tobecir cumscribed within thename narrow limits.", "' We are connected, as all our customers know and if . they don't know it, they may will; no Northern House but are Tailors our selves--im our, own goods; andim-'. - port quite as many of what we purchase )ns proportion k to'our business., as any House, in this.State or out of it. , a. There is uo Establishment here or elsewhere that pos . .. sesses any advantages iiyer us. . W e buy where everbpdy eJse buys, and we think we understand bur business and ! ' buy as cheaply. . We. say ui CLOTHING is equa lto ny ever offered for sale in" North' Carolina, and' w ' think superior being judges ouiselves of clothing. O I that .though, we will leave the public to decide, when1 '" they' examine tor themselves. One thing is certain j without intending to reflect upon any one we will' " sell our Clothing cheaper than the same articles can. be : bought for in any of the Northern' cities ; aud. as cheap - as any body that comes here, Who does not, steal .his clothing ready made., , v-. ;y ;. ; ., i,. j ' :Our stock embracesDrab, Black, Blue, Green, Gray, and other OVERCOATS from $6 to $20. and upwards. CLOAKS, full circle, 18 aud upwards. Frock, dress, and sack COATS from $7 to $12 and upwards. PAN TALOONS, all colors, and prices, from SOo $8 VESTS, all kind andall sizes, at all prices from pi 25 ' to $5. In fact, every thing that Can be found in any ' similar establishment in the Union. ' -' - -' ' We are North Carolinians. We are permanently Io-' " cated here; and it we sell -as cheap as others, why not give us the preference ? If we do not sell as good goods. . at as small a price, we will not ask your patronage. : . Call ! call ! call ! before vour purchase, at v.-. - "4 "V ,' OLIVER PROCTER'S, .' ... . ; . ., . , (..-. .-- io. i. -. ; . R. R. R. R. .,. .Fayetteville Street. V November 5th,' 1850 r " ' ' " r ' , ;: 2. Register copy. "t, .'. " " , . .. ' ' - . '' : , , P. F. PESCUD,. . . Wholesale and .Retail Druggist FATETTxyuLE St.-Ralxigh, N. C. .,. OFFERS 'for cash, or approved credit,' at the lowest market prices, a large and well selected assortment of East India. Mediterranean ant) European . - . : . DRUGS AND MEDICINES, - 4 . French, Kng-llsh .aud American Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic Soaps. t, ' ' ' Perfumery, ' ,' - Paints and Oils, . .' -; Fancy Articles, ' Dye Stuffs, : '- Fancy Soaps, - Druggists Labels, ; ' ' Brushes, . - i Window Glass, .' , ' ( ' 11 Extracts,' '?'- Surgical Instruments, , ,', Trusses, ' : ; Druggists' Glass Ware, v Leeches, ''' ''"; Shaker's Herbs and Roots, Praa BsiKDT, Madeira, Sherrt and Port Wises, Selected for Medicinal purposes.-- . ' ' Sands Sarsaparilla, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,'' Gray's Ointment, Beckwith's Pills, Ayer's Cherry ' " ' Pectorial, Doctor Wiley's Cough Candy, Gen: ' ' , uine Cod Liver Oil, together with every ' " - article comprising the stock of a Phy- t ' ' - sician or Druggist.- ' ' ;,-V April 7, 1850., v ; " ; ''-" 809 . ; books! poOKsr books r ; . Henry Hi. Turner, ! " " Pnblisner.' Bookseller aud Stationer No.' 1, FAYETBVlI.tE St.' RaLEIGR, N. C.'' '. HAS always on hand a large and general collection of ' . " . '.' ? , Law, Medical, Theological, Classical, Voyages, Travels, Novels and Miscellaneous Books. Also,' a very J extensive; assortment of School Books," &c., f ; '' Blank Books, Ledgers, Journals, Day Books -,''' ' Pass Books, Bank Books, Record Books, ' , . . Blank Check Books, and any other kind- ' "' ' ' that may be wanted manufactured ' "' 'to. order.' ,'; " f,;. j" ' ' Together with a general' assortment of Stationery. ': '' Particular attention given to filling all orders complete from Booksellers, Merchants, Teachers,, and private indi viduals. And every article in his line sold at the lowest' ' prices for cash or approved credit, either -at wholesale or retail." " . .-; -: - '" ' - :"' : ";'.; 1 All neW works received as soon as published, ' --'1 1 Raleigh, August 27," 1850. !' wf -.. 830 - ' ' . . i - ' Rew Watclt and Jewelery Store, r V w: H. THOMPSON Would respectfully in form the citizens ofRaleigh and its vicinity, that he has opened a choice stock of " ;'! ;j ' ' Watcher and JeWelry ' . ; ' , in a part of the Store occupied by Mrs. Thompson as a Millinery establishment, where be oilers for sale . Gold and Silver, watches, warranted correct ."time keepers the latest styles of I ., , . V". !n,Cr", Fashionable Jewelry, H. 4,, such as Guard, Vest and Fob Chains; Cameo, stone and mourning Broaches ; Plain, Chased and Stone Rings ; Gold Pens and Pencils ; Gold and Silver Thimbles ; Studs, Collar and Sleeve Buttons, Ear Rings, Gold and Silver . . Spectacles, &c, Fancy .Goods and Fine Cutlery , all of -.which will be sold cheap. . .watches, Clocks and Jewel ry repaired in superior style., Cld Gold and SiJ ver taken in exchange:,. . UK4 .... W . .V Sept.Sl.g. .. . ,; AV,j777-6m. ' 'AT'THE 8TG33.E, SsZtAAXG OFP,"AT) COST,'., , A LARGE Stock of new and fashionable Dry Goods . tSs. of the latest styles and fattems. Also, a large ' .assortment of Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Cot- ' - -tr , 1 1 T n.. i t- 1 Ti -ion. 1 am, naruvvare, v-unerj., vuuuie aiiu oniKie rtay- rel Guns and Pistols'. ' The purchaser 'will save from "fifteen to twenty per cent by calling at this Store before purchasing elsewhere, as t am determined to sell out ' -'-my entire Stock of Goods this winter tor the purpose of Temoving South the following spring.: You will find t me at the well known corner Store formerly, occupied . by Mr. B. B. Smith corner of. Harget and Favelteville streets. Bear this in mind.5, j "., , r J. CREECH. tf'-. Raleigh, Nov, 20, 1850. -., '. ?Ar.',, ,.rKv-, ,ij.T8 the citizens, of , North CaroUua partietilarly ."YMfEcan measure arid furnish an entire suit of clothes .. : f .including coat, pantalons,andvestTat fwm $35 Jia to j44 ;snd will warrant them to beeojaj In'ell respects it lu any that can be furnished in tbe United States lot that T 3j money.u..Gentlemen- need no. longer send, out .f the State for cheap Clothing, unless they prefer it. , " "' ; ,r, ,V- . ' oliver, , pro'cteb'- 'If-i RiVRWgfc'IMng'i BoSsers.' ' i?erfauaed Matcoeil4 ' ' "'- -K- JF Superior ouality, just received by . ' , V,,-" P', F,.PESCUD.J V tier English and American Mustard in qt Bottles sod qt. lai'gil, jnpicmurr , loan. . . ..!-. v, t i is, w v x txxx bhq,. wiujiar uuoas ior xoou Fresh Arrivals from the liatest ImportaUonsi THOHAS It TEOTRESS; nCMWJTAIi.OBirSA.EJljat JVCC. .,:'; P.Dooa Aaovi tbi "Iost Orwcx-.' THE Subscriber respectfuHy jinnounces lo ' rhs friends and patrons to ths -memhpr M ih r r. islature and to strangers -visitina the Ci!vJ tlt 1 continues to carry on the-Tailoriog Busihes id all its branches at his old stand-, where he abal't b h.v 10 seethero and se II them great bargains. TKe subscriber um u.cujrA, 11 uiiucsmsiirj rtceBiij ro aavectise Ills btt-Hne86,a8-he waso well known throughout the g (ate; but for fear his old. friends and customers might be under the impression that, he was carried away by the great tornado " which . passed Northwards a few days ago, he has thought.it best to inform them that he is still in business -and hopes' ."they ' will'' give him' a"catl. 5 He would Say to bis old friends and customers that the lib eral patronage he has received since he has-been here, has cemented him still more closeiy-10 the good Id State of North Carolina; and be trust that their natron-; age will. continue to be bestowed .omone who feels ie Kinoiy appreciates it? and lor his part, there shall be nothing racking to. give entire satisfaction He might' say more, but it is sufficient for him to cay fbst he has the feelings of a North Carolinian. , He is pefmarjentiy located herehis interest are here and here he ex pects to live and die. . . - .'i ' ' - The' Sobscriber1 is a friend and -Well-wisher to 'mil mechanical business in the'" Old North-State." He thinks it the duly of our people to encourage our own riaru-working inecnanics, and keepihem with us, nd not drive them from our borders b.v encouraging manu facturers at distance from us.. We may wish for good tiroes and State improvement but we will never see them until we come to depend ob our own mechanics, on home manufactures aud borne industry. '.When' we come to do this then will we set our Cities and Towns flourishing; and bur means will not be sent 'of to the great City pf New York or Boston for articles that can be made in this Slate as well as at either of these places,-and on as good terms. .' f ;;! -- v.- t The Subscriber has on hand a beautiful assortment of GOODS, selected by himself ia person in the Northern Market, ol the latest and. most approved styles and patterns;,.- Hh Goods were purchased this Fall, and a re entirely new. The were bought' on. as good terms as those of any Hoose in this City; and he flatters himself that he can ofler as liberal if not better bargains than any other Establishment in this City or in the United States. ' Call and examine for yourselves. Yon most be your own judges, and you will find this no mete " puff." 1 he Subscriber considers it unnecessary to say-any thing about his skill in cutting or making, aa his business is conducted by himself; and he will leave it to those who deal with him to judge ot his capacity in this respect. His experience in business is such, and he has been so long before the public, that he will not stoop to commend his own skill and attainments. He leaves it to his friends and customers to judge of his superiority over many who presume to call themselves Tailors, 6r Cutters, or "Artists" f jrou please His workmen cannot be' surpassed by any. North or South, and he invites the public to call and t;y him before pur chasing elsewhere.- He pledges his word for good bar gains, as he is determined ru.sell 4uw . , . f , . ) His Stock comprises every article kept in similar EstabHsbments;.,, There is nothing you may rail for which ou cannot get. Call and try the well-known Establishment, one door Norlh of the Post Office." ' The Sul-scriber's Stock comprises 10 part Super black French Cloths and Cassimeres plain and doeskin, of all qualities and prices, and a splendid assortment of fapcy Clulh, which for Colors and quality cannot be sur passed. Also, a beautiful lot ot plain black Satin Vest ings, and a superb article of fancy French Silk and Satins for parties, with a choice yanety of Fancy Psssi meres for winter wear,' and a verv Jarge lot of titocy French Cassimeres, which will be disposed of on a veiy small advance,' Also, a general assortment of lancy articles, consisting of lamb's wool, merino and Silk Under-shirls and Draweis Dress' Shirts, 'black -and white kid, merino, 'and fancy cassimere Gloves Half hose, cotton and merino black and lancy silk Cravats; allot which are ofiered at uncommonly low prices. Also, a beautiful lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, made in my own House, and, which .will be disposed ol a tthe most reasonable prices, -..,. ,. iaii ana examine ior yourselves, . . N. B. Orders from a distance will be the nktol IV re ceived and promptly attended to. The London and ' i. ?-. -i. THOS.! R. FENTRESS. ..7- . WANTED IMMEDIATELY, one or tw Apprenti ces of good moral character.'.,:-.; ft, ' t,-i T. ftV F. i Raleigh, Nov." 14, 1850w .,, v..-.s 8-t. 1 03The City papers will please copy foqr times, fi , , MOUNTAIN H 0TEL, OTORCSAIfTplY,'' Bnrkc Co,: jf.C.' THE Subscriber, thapkful for the very liberal pat- IVU.C UAL. ,bu, IIUtT ,11JVI 1X1 ,U . ,TRAVJ5JJLIaVBktC ; r . that his House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. . He. tas 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. ' v.ri v.lt ...., , , . The subscriber promises to. spare no pains to provide the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat aud to gen tlemen of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding House. y , . ' : ; j, m. happoldt. , Morganton, July, 25, 1850'; . .'..; . 826 ly. - ., . . i "KEW. STOCK OP- ' ' ' ' ' '. ' Xi GGTJ88XX:0ES tc SXJCXXEX18. ' 1 fifj suMcnber has lust returned irom the Northern Markets, where be baa laid ia large and beautiful stock Of articles in k ,- f?v r. his line jf business. -embracintr, event de scription pf fine and coarse Wr. : i - i Imri - His stock for Ladies and Misses, comprises .every quality of Slippers, -Walking Shoes, wbple and half Gai- Vtersi &c.; &c and his supply for Gentlemen aad Boy's, such as will suit the taste of alU ; , at--. ' He" has also laid in a large supply of materials in his line; and ; brought ' on a ' nrstrale workman from,: the North ; a nd is therefore prepared to manufacture BOQT8, 8HOE8 in style Unsurpassed by any ether estab lishment in the City. .a fi,,t-.fi & Lfn i v " All he ask is a trial, feeling assured: that he will be able .to gite aadafaction both in quality and price.", j ,,W: : HENRY PORTER., s4 3' Vv si South East Corner Capitol 8quare. Raleigh, Oct? 43d, 1850.. A J s 838-rtf. HENIIY GfeRHARDT:t arexieTTATEra? Aixext; 8MTIUjiELIfjohtt fTHE subecriber would respectfully inform his friends v J.' and the public generally, that, he has on hand a large and nch,suipl3 'i, I .' ' i "rj Cloths,, Cassimeres Vesting,, and .TrimmiBjre of all sorts ; and that be is prepared to execute work in the beat manner and. at moderate prices v v. -. ft$He-alsa haOThandasiiptiorlot oC .i: H.: $ -i Beady-made Clotnlnir. c6Assting Of; Cloaks, Gvereoats, Business Coats, Verts, PanUloons, lamb's wool Sbirte. Ac, wb.ch he will dispose Of "on the most accommodating terms, i.'M - solicits a taltirom those in want ot Clothwg, as he is determined to give good . Iwrgaio and to do his work in tbend most approved style. HENRY; GEPHARDT, i -Smithfield, Detobe44thy I85Qr t,i c -fl t , 837irn. u3 I90rasB7msa-srM.-4. i rffURNERi North Carolina Almanac for 1851. This f f day pouiisned y Jt VnMv w w h. HENRY D TURNER. l vwima 4; too-ii , NC -Book Store. a ' ' ar