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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEEKLY, e 2 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE VOL. K IALEIGH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAjNTJARY 1, 1851 NO. 17. TZZ .NOHTil. CAROLINA STANDARD (. ji ! . u WILLIAM W. HOLDEN, fc.tlYiltl AXD PHOr'Klr.TOK.' Tsns ot Vu VVicKKt.' Two do'lars per annum, in a Waiter. or within the fir-- month ; Two dollar and fitly cent. ifpavtm-ut he delayed six month; ami Three Ddl-ars. if not pail withiti in mills tronith.; lime of sulistri'oiiijj. Tuns o- th Sri-WsKsr r. Four dollars pur urn. 'i n. in advance, or within th." first" month; Four (1 illars and fifty cent, it' payment lw delayed six months; and Five lMi!ar. if nut paid within six uroliths front the timo f swWiibiiiR.. -'i . ' . . v Tn efcov'e rules wi!l be infiexi'dv adhered to. '"'' AirxuriKKH KT' nol exceeding fourteen Ones will, be in.wrte-J one rim. fur one dollar, aud twenty.five cents fr, ca-di subsequent insertion ; those, of trreater l.-n'th in pr.p.rtion. Court order and Judidicial Ad vertisements' will lie ch.trr.c.1 23 percent higher than the almve rates. -A , reasonable reduction will he made to loose. wlu advertise hy the, year. Advertisements inser ted in the. Sami-Weekly Standard, will also appear in the Weekly Paper, free f charge. SuJwiHorii, .iicl other. v!io may Wih to arm money 1 1 tho E liror, ran do $ at all time, hy Mail and at his. ri.!s. RtveipM for mll sunn will lie promptly transmitted. Letter ta the Editor mttl come free of posfnac. KST1M ATK OV COTTON CROP FOU 1850, AMI TALK ON CHANGE. Wn- ii r sn't? d im c i esp'tid tn niticipntion, ' in tlt siijt ; I i" V !. o :i wk rd I v ; mul f -'l'ltsf (! in th "'-iii' mid ii '! 'xiviii' is intli. , r i l l.-i!fi ; n-mn iiiuj Hv :i lining u ?. uir in u- .1 I ...-l---A -lTI. cu M--I- T'ie ijilk vi ii:it iiliiiii h mi' di. n . II. 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A ' fnrly f'o.t rh:i hi IM2 th rrop b low 2 r00 000. !m if it should not x--iir ?oMi-r ttiwn rh- sceiti.ro of il-p las' fivf yfnT9, ntnl ih iv"Mlor in th- nif?-tr tim b1 j-ti-rnllv fiiTornhlf, ii vvomI I h mi iiiv"f :' sitrprtSi-'if it" feaoli, or ...v. ii liohitv i tcid 2700 000.:. ' . I will n' off" any vw'il ilioo a lu ! pfl,-'"t ni mieoa Iimi1 t tln hi'h"r ir I .v-r eiiriat f : tK. er l fiiriliv rMill-i: rtlld I itlki orcal'T! . ... ... ... j ; ts,, ; hivr i-xrif!"'"! m '''' orr.lv-Mf ill of rrntx. I im I lwi.'v I It i j yyrif. wt'h itj.. nrrrnl uml.i'liv f thos h X J rtr,.s :)., nini"i' ! idi rf :i r'"i iviii'h J " bavt- fi. o'kh'Iv 'i i)ii'it dniir" th" " j ikt. iid i'b hiw tntiK'h neri i'iiv--m ln hnv j ; he"n in oorrl'poldHlC with ni. r linv iithprwisf ; ppee('fl nf mr V'"'. bf nndfr.l3rid. - j ; It i tn V p'ef.if jfi(i r,iir! to CM' Ild foiTi" fiv- OT j it wofV in Rieliinond. Virsrtid.i. nod hn pi- - ! CnI tn New Ofl-iri. "'herf. ill h mfilfl t I am rfpreTi'fjd hyin flFli"tt rr.lrhji- njj' nt " j Tho t-t lie i. lh;i no.' poilf rnnidT hi !- j m!o 'Ttftr".fvnit-; ho' tlrit- tho- .vtio think o'h' r- ivrtp. tint kriftwiiiij ivliv. l" thfi' i-id- pd.av j nihiii'. J.irmj'onl Chronic!. j FKMI.K CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, ( II 1 I. 1. S R O R O V it H. S T H C E T , ) it 3 if. i: c. BKNNr.T T. KI.AKE. I'rinelpal. M. - . C. Ij.m-h. A. M.. l'i ffe&or of Mithemaiiet Kikl NV. PaTeaii.ii. frftxtur f Mutir. M. Lrr.T M. P-i-uili., TeucieroJ Dratoing and I tttuling. rriVE.'rV-FIVB Yu !,aJHean beeroniB JL dattsl with iHiaru in the. family of the P.inripal. Plicae will rccri:- a!l tit- aitenti in, and enjoy till the .ojiifortsi ot" a privntc family. The cour.-e of study U w-dl di-esteil. thorough and Tt.llVlV T.ie -4fire eipe;e to a pupil wnl In- vovcr- r, v fa-. p;lyiii.- it of tVie (luntlreil D'tllsr iu adviince. for e.4ioii of five iii inth-i. Tjii will include Ho.ird and Tuition, witii Mm1. Freiicli. l.atin( tiri-ek, Maihe-' maiirit. Unwini and Painting. T.ikrn VK-parateiy. Uie rharpm will he as followi: B.vtrd per ursion of five month. !s50 00 - Tuition in the Classical Department. SO (HI Tuition in the EiiUhIi Dt-partuif nt. 15 (10 Miiain on Piano or tJuitar, 20 00 Drawinjr and Puiutiti?. 10 0O Painting iu oil Colours, IS t.O French. 10 CO The Pupil will tie regularly instructed in Vocal Mu sic, without further charge. The dcsKitdi for 1H5I N-irius tlth January. 1851. B. T. BLAKE, Principal. Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. 4 1 The Caswell Female Institute, YANCEY VILLE. N. C. B . GOULD, A . M . Principal. tts Kt E. KnuMii,' Amhtant and Tr.tither vf Ornamental fi'aicic. M. E. B. Goi-lu, Teacher of ifunie. riHE Suh-riher. availin himself of the well known I. ItcalthinesHof this situation, has undertaken to estab lish t'emnlr. Sfininftrti. which, in addition to meeting the wants of this vicinity, shall merit patroiiutfc from ahroad. He has. nreordiinrly, spared no pains in procur ing an assistant possessing the highest quulidcations. Miss KeIlo (who ha recently arrirl. receivetl "her education at s-inii- of the best institutiiius in the country, and ha lieeii hi-.thly sutteessful as a Teacher. Testimo nials of the most conimendahle cli.iractcr run lie exhib ited fr.ini jrenllemeii of tlier flrat repe-tnliilily. Tint cou.-se of stttdie icill now embrace all the bran idies, solid and ornamental, usually tuimht in Femaie Snminaries of th bitthest rlassi Thoroughness is the leadin? feature in tho plan of instruction. The govern ment is strict hut Kentlc and conciliatory. For rapid pror'esa and superior attainments in Music, Drawiuir. PuintitiT and Embroidery, it is lielievetl that this School iio-v off rs very unusual facilities. The sulwrilier will dv.ite one half of his time to this chn il. his connection with the Dan Rive; Institute siill cotiluluiii. B-nrl. incltidin-T w isliinir. fr.tm ftS to 87 per month. Pupils arc reipurej to board in faminea approved by the, Principal. ' ! Thn next session will cuinvncnce fin the GA of January. Karlv attention is reancsteil as far as praclicah'e. 'Charge i will lie maile fn-ii the lime, of i-nti-ruix to the close ni ihe j,,,, a. 1 1 m dela turn inido for aliience. ex.rpt j (Urpnrtearteil sii-kiMM..' ! Tnai" Pkh titn-t of Five 'Mf!Tit : j Tilittoii. accoriliiia p studies pnrsued froin $S to $15 j I lltUOil. a Minic. (Piano with siliL'illtf) three le.wons per week. wil " extended series of viaral ft- ercis.-. for cilivait tje vih'cc alter the ..... . 1 - ...lt....l . .Ifl.Wl H-lIITItVt-U i.Uni'lllt f..i-n.n. 20 00 Df!Mvil, H.ui,l!r iH water . olor. stylora. . phic. Mut.i-hr-iisi i'-. Pijin?imr and Em- . ItroiderV.' C4'! r . , - ; . . French. - - t -.. B 0 '5 00 B. O.OtlLI). ?44 3lv. SKDCJEWICK FI5MALB SEMINARY. .. ; : KALKIGH. N.C, - IHR Spritiu enn nf this Institution will open on J : .Tuesday the first Jay of January, JNM. fcenr P" jSca w ir ntnnlhu. Qayabe in rflcanr.') Board and F.tialisn Tiiitio'i. j tjf'iil 00 ': jltui M Pino or Guitar,, .. . . .. 'SW , llse at lnumriit, ... 3 00. Latin and French, each,' 10 CO -. IiH-identa Expeimes I 00 Mil if. J.. J. FIIS'C'H. Prlneipi'f. . '-v.30. t?5i. , RI4 41 v. TQiPilAnY'S school; . , i. ; HALEiOH. il. C. !.. 'II HE HtH Terr nf thindSt liiml will enmrnener on the I fmirth day' of January ttiftt, and coutinvu 'till the 7lh tf Jnn. s- -t -. For a Circular routsiniug fidl narticniara. apply to the SuImm rilier. i ALDEUT ,iKI;Es. Hwtv. Sontli I well Male Academy, , QJiAAGE COUIS'TY, M C f jHE present scUon of this Institution will close on I the iiuth of Deceniitcr; and the next seasion will coiiiiiieiico ou Thursday, January 2nd. Students are tauuestly requested to be present at the commencement ot' the session. . . - .-' '.-".' ' . . -The iSc-hol . continues under the' saperintendanee of me Kev. jaiues A. Dean, M. A., as friueipal. and Mr. 1). F, Laralwu, B.A. as Associate. . The Academy builJ iu is new, and is constructed aatoacconiiuodate three .. or nveu four Teachers. It is hoped that the friends of . ue institution will rally around it, ana farniah a sutH V'eut uuinler ot students to test its capability- v' V . '.. : v'J'he bje wjfl countaiitly he lvpt in i"cw j -v' , ' T ' . 1 su To pwuiote. thaniuah sbholarsbipi4' Swl. To secttre .the students rt'roin the coutauunalton of.ricis, audio in still intu their iiiiiida moral and religious jirmcrples. ' 3d. To cultivate a taste for general knowledge. No- (tain . will he spared to obtaiu ail these ends. South Lowell Academy is a " Prcjiaratory School " ei. Randolph Macon College ; but the course of instruction is such as to prepare for any College in the country ; and it is equally adapted to such as do not intend to pursue a Collegiate course. . Expenses as heretofore, viz : Tuition $10 03 812 50, and $15 0J. ..tioard in the best families, $25 00 per sot-sion. ...... ... .... - tkiuth Lowell is in Orange county. North (Carolina, 38 miles vvesf of Henderson, and about the same dis dance North-west of Raleigh. , D. C. PAR RISII, 6cc. t.x. Coiu. Novemlicr 23,. 1850. . 44 4u PLEASANT GUO VE ACADEMY FKANKLIN COUNTY, N- CV rfpHE Exercises of this Institution will commence en J-.MouurtV th.t 0th of January next, under the charge in .VI r. Edwin L. Barrett, a gentleman eminently quan tud to iu.struct in all tho branches taught in preparatory Kchaold. The'AiMtdrniy will be ueut and comfortable, situated ulout 200 yards front the residence of the sul scrilter, known to be one of the most healthy locations in the ISlaUt, and equidistant from Lnuishurg and the Mhixvo Springs, j -' - ' Hoard can lie had with the subscriber, at $6,50 per itmntir. an I auo in the families of Mr. Joseph J. Junes, Mr. Thomas A. Person, Mrs. Elizabeth Liamh, and oth ers.' all convenient lo tho Academy, at the aliove rates. Parents and g.iardians may rest assured, that every attention will be paid, both to the morals and literary pursuits of the students; 'and owing to the healthiness rt" the situation, the purity of tho water, and the niorali l v of the neighltortio.xl, the public ami particularly those ivfnji iu the, lower couutry, would do well, to give this nstitutiou a trial. tcitio c 8ESSIO. For the Languages, and higher English branches, $15 Lower Eii-lisU branches, - . - 10 Address the Subscriber, Louishurg. N. C. WM. J. BRANCH. December 1st, 1850. . 845 4tw. Register and Spirit of the Ase copy 4. times, weekly. Soniervillc Female Innlititte, Al LEASBURU, CASWELL, A. V. TJHE next session of this School will he opened J thn first Wednesday in January; on the first day of Ihe month -'lie conrseof studies Is extensive and almut the same as in our female Collepf s. Probably there is no community in which a school rould he located for the traii.iirx of youth, that exerts so little of unfavorable influence and affords greater facilities for wining virtuous principles and correct habits of life A philosophical and chemical apparatus suliicicnt to illustrate most of the principles in thci sciences, is connected wli-h the school. There is also a li'.rary of well selected hooks ti which the young ladies have access, and they are encouraired to sieud their time not devoied to sudy in reading useful hooks. - Term per Stsnion. vf Fire Mnnlkt. Board iu my own as well as in most ufthe families in the village nnd neighborhood, at -fiH per month. ' Tuition in Engli.h, according to advancement, from 10 to $15. Music, incliidiu? the use of the instrument, ' $'20 Drawing and painting, each, 5 Frriich, Latin and 1'reek. S Needle work, free of charge. SOLOMON LEA, Principal. T.ensburg. Dceemlier 7th, 1350. 846 4t. FEMALE INSTITUTE, WAKKEN I t)N. N. C. 1AHE Twentieth jicmi-annual Session of this Institu tion will comnicnce on the 1st Monday in Jan. 1861. The locaiiou is pleasant, proverbially healthful, retired. Vet easy of access at all seasons of the year. This in stitution is so arranged and conducted as to combine the greatest advantages with the least exprnse, and to give competent and I'Hiciciit instruction iu all of the various branches of an. accomplished Female Education The Board and Tuition in nil the branches requisite for a Diploma and Gold Medal will not exceed $124 00 per annum. The Ornamental branches, embracing Instrumental Music, Wax Fruit and Flowers, Ancient and Modern Languages. Drawing- and Puintit.g iu Oil and Water Colors, at the' usum prices. ' Vocal Music. Needle ami Fancy work, gratis. The Libraries of the Principals are accessible to ad vanced Students. Lectures upon Literary and Scientific an!-jeetfi. with approuiute experiments will be delivered during the Ses- R..v. N. L. GRAVES, J. WILCOX. L. C. GRAVES, ; Asmielule Principal. November -30. Ift50. 0 ' IXHTISBURG MALE ACADEMY, FK AN KLIN COUNTY, N." C. fWMIK riiij; Nessmn of 1851; will commence on H iVlnnilay llie filh ol Jalii.aiv. .'I he Incalli-li posses ses the alv-i itja ol'heillli slid excellent Society.- The si.iiscntii i- u.-'l k nit a lt the public. Imviiig. lot several nr. bait chaiK' "f a laiite 'and d-aii ishi hif Vchistl si Miwa ; Ttmr. ouh ami y-trnatic iustitic lion will hr ! Vn iuiii all subjects usually lauithl III Academies ill I the titfcrtest ra'V. -l idenls desinu it, will hv prrpai eft litr til atlvslicrd class nt Coi't-se; Al ressolialile el', lull- shall lie Hi.ttle lo elevate Itofh the n. c.iuclasl ai.d ' mural character of lh Stii'leliKv" .- '. TiiOMS : Tuition in the I'la'Sicsl ail higher Eng- I s-a smt Msthelnatical Kraiicbes, 15 per Session C.tminf.ii Knvlish biani-ln-s, 1 .."..-; ' boaid with the Principal. 8'- nionth T. M. JO-VES, A. At., PrincipH. ' Decemhei 18. 180' ';- - . ' U l. '. THIS MMIOOL T HAMILTON, ' .W.f Tf.V. 't. .V. t: ' .'7 I R. J. II. HORNER resume charge of tl Hclionl '? Jat Haiuiiton. the 1st Monday in January tiext. , . Lf the t'lisVicil depart meut the studies, as heretofore, will la strictly, prcpitratmy to the I;njvfrsity.- . , ' Board in the Principal's family and Tuition per m sion of five iiithii, . - .,.,-.,, S855 00 Hamilton i.- situaled on an elevated plain near Riwn. oke. river: twelve niiles above Will)api'Uiu, and if cppsicU . red a health v locution, ' P. P. CLEMENT8. .Sec' Board Trt.' . " Hamilton. October, 1850. ' , . ' . (:)9td- " it a u K i rpr Inst it n f c. V.. " -';'"j 1-'YsptfT.t..N' V, i''. ri"1HE Spring scs-inn of litis School will eoraiwenre on J-Tnesd..y. the 7th ol January. - -v . - Board in the village and vicinity, fmm $n. to $7 per tnoiitli. - : ."A. O. LiNfiHAY, ! i ' ... leather mf -Languages, ;' '. ...-'"' .: fl. GOULD, t ... TeacJttrof Mulhematitm. LOUISBUItG FKMALK SEMINAttT. ' A. Ii. RAY. . . -, V J A RAY, rcxpak. , Miss E. W. C cut 1 8, Instructress on Piano and Voei.1 Music ..Miss R.S-Faiball, Instructress on Guitar.and in Vocal Music Drawing, Paiuting, Galislheliics, &c. Other assistauce it may he needed. "'" '.'-", TtHE Spring Session of 1651, (th 17th under the X present Priiicipals,):will commence on Monday the 6th of January.' Tho Trustees are highry graufied to be able tn announce to the public, tiui iirrcafter the en tire and undivided, attention of both the. Principals will lie devoied to tlrti intcrcijls of this Ipstitutiou Mr. Ray tifi vlftg " relinquished a protiLtbie '"and ' successful Male school, in orJer to" add hispe-rsotial .-flbrt; jdi.osr of 1 thjcftrnielr Ver-' effiAe'nVi'-rps cif Teachers, iii niaking inn on mat a good remsle; lusututiou ought to lie.. . . tThe Board recommend, with vdry'ijTeatcoiifidence.'the lnuishurg Female '' Seminary' to the' -patronage ' of the pul'lic. Forch'eaphrsa, soundness of instruction, impar tiality and fidelity in teaching, high-toned moral and re- j ligioiis influences, and strictness ill regulating the' expen ditures of pupils, this institution will compare successful ly with any in the Slate. In point of ht-al'h, the Board ! give it as their deliberate opinion that this Village is not surpassed by any location in the Central portion of the State; nnd iu support of this opinion they may add that! among the large number of pupils from the Eastern part , of the State, there has not la'cti a death in the eight years that the Academics have been under the govern ment if the pre .'cut Principals; and there have la-ert, for several years, very tew cases requiring the sttention of a Physician ; arid they understand, from the most reli able sources, that, for the last four years. Medical bill among the pupils have been nearly unknown; and throughout the community there has been almost unin terrupted good health. . . .. :- A Circulur . prepared hy the Principal, setting torth in detail the government, course of studies, text books prices, &c. will lx. issued soon, and sent on application to all who may feci interested iu the uiiuutiai of the School Economy which will be obstyved and practised here. By order jf the Board, T. K. THOMAS, Sec'y. Louisburg, Dec. 13,1850. ..... 84ti 3b TAR 11IVER ACADEMY. GRANVILLE COUNTY, N, C. HI-S -School wiil he -opened for the reception of pu- 1 piis on I lie lirst Moiulay iu February, lt5l. . . This Acadeuiy is located 9 miles West of Oxford, in a neighborhood proverbially hcali.iy. and the Pu2i,t will have every facility lo attend divine worship, as (hers is both a baptist and l'resbj terimi Church wilhiu u uiiie of the .Academy. . The Trustees have secured the servicesofMr.jes.se Smilh, a geulleinaii of considerable experience as a Teacher, and well qualified to prepare laiys lor Coiivge. The Trustees are determined lo sustain a good School in. the ueightMirhood, (all of them having children ol their own to educate) and have therefore put tuition at the fnllowiug very low rates: Spelling. Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, $5 00 English Grammar and Geography, - - 7 50 The higher Branches of English, - -.10 Of The Languages, - - ,- - - l'Z 60 . GooJ board cau lie had i.i highly respectable families for-$5 per nionth. ' Airy information with regard to the School may be had by addressing Lewis P. Alien, Tar River,, P. ti., Granville co N. G.' December 1st, 1850. 645 til. FEMALE SCHOOL. HILLSBOROUGH, N. C r"IMIE winter session of Mr. & Mrs. BurwellV School I tor young Ladies wiil begin on Thursday, 9th ol January : Board and Tuition, - - - - 67 SO Music on Piano or Guitar, - - 20 00 I.'se of iiistiuuiciit for practice,. 5 00 Drawing. - - - - - 10 UO French, - . - - - HI (Ml Latin. - - - . . 500 . W ash in j per scs.- ion, - . - - . 5 00 When two or more pupils come from the same 1'auiiiv the charge for washing will lie -$2 50 for each. As the uumlivr of pupils is limited, persons desirous of securing place must mjiie cariy application. For circulars con taining all necessary information, address Rrv. . Bnr well, Hillsltoiough i. C. Dec II. 18oO. .13 w4tJ The Raleigh Register, Wilmington Chronicle, Fay ettevillu Observer, and Newlriiiau, will insert once a week for lour weeks. ENGLISH SCHOOL. f ISS JULIA PEACE informs her friends and the It I citizens that she intends opening a School on the tsi of January, in which will lie tatigriit the usual branch es ot an EnIiah Education. It there are those in the country who would wish to send their ciiildreu, her Moth er cau accommodate llieiu with board. .Particular atten tion will be paid lo the maimers, and improvement ol the children coin untied lo her charge. Terms the same as the other Schools. Raleigh Doc. 16, 1850. 847 The Raleigh Star will please copy thn e times, and send account to this oflice. FRANKLIN L STITUTE. C'EIi.tU JtOCH, atuLn tA,.,HtV, V. f. D. Si RICHARDSON, Prineipiil. C. 11. Sx'OUKWEi.L, AiuUtuul. rpHE Spring Term for 1851, will commence on the I I3ta day of Jatiuarv. The New- Acaut my will be deuicaled mi tiial dy. 'IHic Sluth-Hts are cm nest ly re 4U .eJ to he lireseiu. Ft.r a ciiii.iar containing partic ulars', apply to' the Principal, at Hellord 1. O., Nash County. . ; i Nash', Dec. 13. .. . .. . , 13-tlFeb. : ,rThe Tarborough Press, Raleigh Register, Biblical Recoidcf, and North Slate Whig, Will please insert ihe above till the 1st of February, and .scud accounts to U. S. Richardson. , Oxford Female Academy. '' .' ' . GlIA.'VVlLLB Uot'JtTT, N.! ('. I VIE Regular exercises of this institution will l re. sullied oil Monday the 12th day of Jauuary next. .. Teruta per &-jtinii nj ' Jive month .: . Board, including fuel, lights, washing, dec. $ 45 00 Tuition in the Luglisb branches, ' 15 00 .'French or Luttti, . . ' ' " 5 08 Music on the Piano with use of instrument, SO 00 SAM'L. L. V EN A BL E, Prindpid. Oxford, Di-cV lSl 1850. , 847 4tw. , . Ti:4CHi;tIS WASTED. . . fpHE Trustee, jnf. the Ftrrrstville Female Aca'Vmy . ' wish t einploy a Gentleman and his Wife to take charge of their School, commencing about the 2nd or 3rd Monday iu January, , If Ihey cannot grtia man and his wile, they wouJ employ young lady. '1 .! ui , . Tivtiaiftiiials as to character and qualifications will he required. Addreaa-thusiuhaurjUer at .Forestvilkv Wake som.ty, N. C. j J. S. PURIFV, See. : Nov. 1850. ' 10 tf. ICL.i:i3II AV.A DK TIY. friWI' Institution niil agairt ojien tin Weilnesday, Jan-J-.tiary 8, 1850.' ' Particular attention will be given to the Fretieh Lnhgnage; Bonk keeping. Surveying, levell ing and utiier branches of a practipat character.. J. M. LOVEJOY. Raleigh. Pee, 18, 1850, 15 St. I A MP OIL. Bur.iinst Fluid, and Phosgene Giut ; a j fj.io.1 supplv oxpei-leil by next freight Train. -, ' P. F. PESCIID. , " NORTH CAROLINA . IHUT17AI. IWSURAIfCE COMPACT, ' R4LK1GH, IJ. C- THE following persona have been elected Directors and Officers of this Company for the present year DIRECTORS. Dr. Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B. Roulhac, Richard 8ntith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, 8. W. Whit ing, T. H. Sclby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill, Fayette- ville, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hoyt, Washington, James Sloan, Grcensborough, Win. Bad ham, Edcnton,. Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph Pool, - Elizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander I , 3M,irh,cH,'Newlierru; W. If . H. Smith, Murtrecaborough, H. B. William', Charlotte,' John : B. Barrett, Milton, and ; -Tf tianHtiy , AsUc ville. ' ' . m " ' . : ; All Directors are authorized to receive applications. ' OFFICERS. -Josiah' O. Watson, President, . J. G. B. Roulhac,' Vice President, ' Richard 8aiith, Treasurer, -J. C Partridge, Secretary', John H. Bryan, Attorney, . J. Hersinan, General Agent. S. W. Whiting, 1 . Richard Smith, Exccutivo Committee. John Printrose, j 0 This Company is' now in successful operation, and is prepared to effect insurance against fire on all kinds of projierty, (Steam Mills and Turpentine Distilleries ex cepted.) Atll communication in reference to insurance should . he addrossed to the Secretary, port paid. - J. C. PARTRIDGE. See'y. Raleigh, January S, 1850. ?9S- Important to MILLERS & MILL OWNERS! FBHE Undeisigned would respi-clliilli mini in those EL eii:raud in the Millinjc Kusmess in N. C. . lht lie keeps-coiistaiiily on hand, and will supply at the shot lest notice, I liar almost invshuhl article YOOXOM IMPKOVKD PATENT SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE. The oui.v Machine of the kind that has hIimhI tlielrst ami giv.-u saiisuctiou lo the public. Il has surplau'ed run ' Smut Machine yet offered in tin- Stale, mors m less .. which has been taken down lo make room tor if. 'Th puliiic need lear no nnHitioii, as there ate now stnneSM) Vli-hiot-s iiiniiing in N O; and I u isb to m-r no oih.-i retislences fhafi the ulleiiieii mini ant nsi.i toem, -whosn exteclt.liiiHS bsve been more than r ahzed in .' their pel I. ii malice. It mil ouiv lioiniiKhlv cleanses the -, Wheal ol smut. nut aim oi ili'-s il ol all nth. r suiislauces. . almo-t to peil.'Ctmn. It lakes up hot 4 leel injuaie in - ttic Mill. anil r.ipiires tint lilile power, ll is wairanleti fnt fivj. yeais aicaiusl breaking ol weal inn out, and also -' Id te'aiu its.clcaiiiug qaaiitirs lor thai lime. There are a number ol these Machines thronuh which 100,000 bushels ol Wheat have Ceeu cleaned, and they have never been nut nl outer one day. There was awarded to it the Premium at the Maryland .Vtjtti Fair, aii-l a Premium wiih a Silver Met!., jit thr Fail of the Maryland Institute, al Baltimore. U. Fail Atldress I he eiufescriber al routli Lowell Mills. O ai e countv. N. C. JNO. A. HcA.NNKN Decetubei 21, 1850. 15 it. . .; P. Fv-PKHLD, ? 1Vlioiial uud ituliiil Ornggiat Fa trttkvi llk St. Ralkhih, N. C. i FFERS for cash, or approved credit, at the lowest J market prices, a large and well selected assortment if East. India. Mediterranean and European DRUGS AND MEDICINES; l-'rjttch, "irliiii aid Aiii-rlcau Chemicals, Foreign and Doinenlie Sotrpa. . P.-rfumcry, - Paints and Oils. 1 Fancy Articles, Dye Mulls, Fancy Soaps, Druggists Labels, Brushes. ;jf. Window Glass, - Extracts, " ' Surcieal Iustrumentv Trusses, . Druggists Class Ware, Leeches, Shaker's Herbs and Roots. IV HassriT, Mahsisa. Huf.bht mid Poi.t Wiseb, Si'lected for Medicinal purposes. Sands Sarwiparillu. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, (iray's Oiulinent, Beckwith's Pills, Ayer's Cherry Pecttvial.' Doctor Wiley's Cough Caiid, Gen ttine Cod Liver 'til. together, with every article comprising the stock of a Phy sician or Druggist. April 7, 1850. 80 MOUNTAIN HOTEL, ItlORGANTOX. flnrke Co. N.C. . THE Subsctilwr. thankful for the very liberal pat ronage heretofore ri-ccivrd. would now iiiioim tl.e ; Til. tmX I .. ri Jtl.tV that hU House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. Ke lias creeled t row of Offices for Professional Rcnthmen, together with a commodious Hotel, all of whi b is entirely new. The location ol the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands the finest view of the mountain scenery in the place; and is removed from the noise ai.d uproar of a Court-yard ' and the Public Square, iind j et sufficiently near lor all the purposes of business. . That aubscrilier promises to spare no pains to provide the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen tlemen of pleasure and biisiiiets a desirable B or riling House. J. M- HAPPOLDT. Mnrgantou, July 25. 150. . SSt ly. BOOKS! ROOKS! BOOKS! ' L; Henry D. Turner, I'ublls'ivr. Bkf ll'r ttml SUtf inner No, I. FAVKTTKVIttB St. RaLMOM, N. C. Hi8 rAS always on hand a Urge and general collection Lw, Medical. Theological. Classical. Voyasss, Travels, Novels and Miscellaneous Books. Also, a very . exteush'e assortment iff School Books. Ac, Blank Books, Ledgers, Journals. Day Books . , Pass Books, Bank Books, lieconl. Books, Blank Cheek Books, and any other kind that may be wanted manufactured - ' i . - ; , : ; to order. . r To-?etiier with a general assortment of Stationery. Particular attention giveu to filling all orders eoiuplcte from Booksellers, Merchants, Teachers. hd private inili vi luals. : And every article in his line sold ut Ihe Itiwtrt pi ices for cash or approved ciedit, either at wholesale or ICtail. - ; All hew work received as soon as published, -' Ralci-h. August 7, 1850. ; 830 ."Mfj fSooks, FOOT Prints i he Cror'f 1.25. The Hume Alrar by Rev. Chailes K. Deems, 75 ct. The Eminem Dead or Ti'tntMpii ol Faith in Hie ma ' ill mi i', 1, 00. The'Anijel Wortd. a P.-itt by Philip Jsmes Railey. V A ill not nf Fetn. 50 efs ; , Lifl! of J.'hn Rin.biliibot'llnauiike by llntih A. Garland 2 Vol. Muslin. $.1,.1. " HistoFi nt the Pblk adiurnistration by Lncien B Chase, i.50 ' - ' ' Annals irf'tho Qneenof Sptin hy Mrs. Anirela George. . .' 2rn. rMli I .BO. ' ' " ' " '' -L'ves of -Literary and Scientific Men of America, $l.no "' : - '" - - ' .. Was ol the Hour bv J. Femimnrf 0oper, 1.23. ! The Lily and lhe;Foni of Iht Hw'iemita t. Floriila, by W .Giliiwr Kiniriis. .. ! ! - . " , Lite her and Ihere by N p. Willis ...... TheVaUol Cedars by Grace Aaan'.ar. .'TheEjTt'sDaoghlef.by Kev' VV. Jewell. -Just received and (ol sale hv POMF.ROV fc O'tfEAL. December d, 1850. : A Lal of tbomaltOVH I.i , just ceeei and for aale by- ' R. .TUCKER Sc HON.. RaWxb,' nt. so: if.-t. . , WORTH C A ROOK A 31 ntual Life Insurance Company KALKIUH, S. C. THIS Company is now taking insurance on Ihe live of healthy persons and Slaves, at their established rates of premium. This Wing the only Life Insurance Company in the Slate, 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 Uvea than any other Company in the country. . . ' . . The 5th Spc. of the Charter providca"That tho husband may Inanre bia uwu Jife, for the sole use and benefit of ilia wife or children, free front the ctoitna of thr repre ttrlttattyerof tbfttateWy b It is conducted on the mutual plan, each person inv sored becoming a member thereof, and not liable beyond ' the amount oT bis premium. ' ' Policies for felOO to $5000 will lie issued on the life of a wlu'te person ; arid oh Staves for two-thirds their market vtlno.'for a term of from one to five years, as the owner may desire. Atl losses of Ihe Company are paid within 00 days af ter proof of loss i furnished. No California risks taken.-. The- business of the Company Is conducted under the immediate supervision of ' Dr. Chaa. E. Johnson, President, Win. D. Haywood, Vice Prcaidewt, James F. Jordan, Secretary, "' Win. H. Jones, Treasurer, .' ;. Perrin Busbee, Attorney, Dr. Win. II. McKee, Examining Physician. J. Hrrsmsn, General Agent. All ('omniunicttions ou t-usiness should be addresred (tost paid, to . JAMES F. JORDAN, Secretary. Nov. 1. 1850. , 1 i : Valuable Real E1al6 Tor Sale. I offer for sale my entire Real Estate, o jon which t are thirty-five sets of Boxes;, the iiiot of which have only Ih-cii in use front one to two years; with a suf ficienLquantity of round trees to cat at least twenty sels , more. The lands upon which these are situated in not easily surpassed by auypiney lands in Easteru Carolina.' There is upon the premises two Distilleries neatly and conveniently fitted up. with atl necessary out-house. Upon the farm.. I think the buildings altogether are scl-' dom excelled. Those wishing tn purchase are invited to examine for themselves. Terms shall be lew, and payments accomodating. Come mid see. i Any " person wishing to purchaVe, inn be furnished,' with a sufficient number of teams and wagons lo carry , on both thr operations f Farm and Turpentine, mid with a year's supply of provisions. -'lr'-r JOHN A. AVIRETT. Catherine Lake, Onslow t.o. N. C. Jolv22. 1850. 83C HENRY CFRHARDT, S.yilTJtMH;l.V. J)oiinlcn V rtA ftrvlft.o, rilHE snlisc.ribrr would respectfully' inform his fri. tida I and the public generally, that lie has on hand a lurje and rich supply of Cloths. Casslnierrw. Vct-tittpa. t bd 1riiivpiirr . -of all aorta ; and that he is f.repfU'ed to cfcrote work is the besr manner and at moderate pthc. He also has on hand a superior tot of Keiidy-.'! d; Clothing, consisting of Cloaks, Oven-oats, Business Coat, Vests, Pantaloous-liimb's wool Shirts, Arc, which be will dispose of on the most accommodating terms. He solicits a call from those in Wart of CMhitig. as he is determined to give-good bargain, and to do tis work, in the best and most approved slyle. HENRY GERHARDT. 8mithficld, Octotr 14th. 1650. 837-3ru. .tew Tl'atch and Jewclcry Siorsy. W. H. THOMPSON Would respectfully in form the citizens o IK sleigh and its vicinity, that he has opened a choice stock of Vatehen and JclVelry, in a part of the Store occupied by Mrs. Thomjison sa a Millinery establishment, where be offers for sale Gold snd Silver watches, warranted correct time ici peia the latest stylea of Fattliioiiabl? Jewelry, 'auch as Guard, Vest and Fob Chains; Cameo, stone ami ituurniug 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, Ac., Fancy Goods ami Fine Cutlery, all of which will tic sold cheap. v Wntches, Clock and Jewel ry repaired in superior style. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange. Sept. 21, 1849. T77 6m. CITY OF IIALK1GH. A Ieirable fleaideiice for Sit riHE Executrix of the late Louis D. Henry, offers for I sale his late Residence. near tbe City ol tialt-igh. 'I he Dwclling-House is a large and commodious mie. and remarkably well built, with all out houses complete. It has alaiut 15 or 17 acres of land attat hcd. uihIit the highest cultivation. The premises being oul ol the limits of the Corporation is not subject to the City '' ax, and still the situation is convenient, and within fifty yards of the Governor's Mansion, in an excellent tieifch hornood. The terms of sale would be liberal. D. K. McRAE. Udeifh, July 1. lit). ' . 822 tf. A NW B0oi STORE. IG33J:ii3t0'Sr .& O'STKaaJ,. ' Tio. Iff. Fugetteville Sit reef t Oppile the l'ol OJux, RALEIGH. N. C. 1 HF. now receiviHf an extensive asrfment nf Law. . TaV Medical. Theitn(iral, Misceliain nil alul Fel)i.i.l Bik e.,rll v A aan lis ai. l choice Book lor Pres ents. Nt.Veis. Slaiiiinary .f ail kinds, which wr ate sell ins at the very lowest prices, and which nnir'rifl.J. drnt will give salisfaclion - Call and examine. . : W. L. POWKKOY. J. V. O'NEAL December ft. I85. ' IS North Carlina Musio Store. 'iH K Subscribet takes this opportunity of annmmc ' I - iiit: to thr peopled Nnrlb Caiolina. that h inl.-nds to open iii tins city, in December 1.m,AlUSlC S TO UK. where wilt almnytr If ttiiiuu a ccmpMe is sorlmeiii i't Foreign and Aineiica.i .vtiwie and Musical iuslDinictits ; all ! which will be selected by himself . The Pianos I 1 be trow Ihe h-sf Mami'selnries in the Umtt-d Stifles, and will w sold al New Y"ik and Philadelphia prices. .' ' . - ' K. W. PETERS1LIA Raleigh. .VnTiMnher 2. IPrO. " 21, JI fciARTT & LITCHFO RD. Dealera In Ktapie and I'aucy Jry Gocdc. If ATS. CAPS. BOOTS AND SUOLS. . FuMcy ArlH'Ica, Ac Ac- ' HAVE received nearly their entire Slock or Fatl and Winter Good -to which tbey. ret-pectiully iuvit ; tlte attentiou'of their customers, auJthV public generally, ami all ot' winch are offered on the most reasonable terms. Raleigh, Of. 28, 1850. ". ' ; b38 To Invalid.' . - . ,4 T Pc scud's Drug Store you may find Old. London -y. Dock Brandy. Porter. Old Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines, selected , expressly for. Medical pupiees. . Also, ('apsnlea of Copaiba and CuUiba, Castor Oil Capsules, Tarraiits. Marshall's and. Carpenters Ex'ta of Copail a Cubebs, Ate., snd all the inset popular Patent Medici ue in war. ' -. ' .... '"'"'. . ir--: NwTfwherCI. . ' ; . - ( . , . , , .... ' ' ' '-- ; '! : .-!' V y "'