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January 1st, 1850. 848
PL.AXK ROAD NOTICE. -
BOOKS of Subscription to the Greenville and Raleisrh
Plank Road Company will he opened on the 1st day
of January next, and remain open thirty day at the
ollowing place, vix t
At tVashiiiston, under the direction of John My era.
B. V. Havens, James E. Hoyt, B. F. Hank and Joseph
Pott. - "
At Greenville, under the direction of Gould Hoyt,
Chnrlea Green. Edwin H. Goielt Win. Bernard, r and
At the town of Wilson, under the direction of Jona
than Rountrcc,-John Farmer and Barron C. Watson.
At Eagle Rock, under the direction of T. R. Dednam
Wm. H. Hood, and Needham Price.
At Raleigh, under the direction of Thomas D. Hogg,
Vm..H. Jones and James T. Marriott.
Amount of share $25. Two dollars on each share to
be paid en subscribing. - .
. . JOHN MYERS.
,. JAMES E. HOYT,
. joseih pon s,
' ,. ii. N BEN. P. Hi.NKS,
B H. HAVENS. :
Washington, N. C Jan. 4,
, Seven Mile - West or. Raleigh N. C.
Rev. P. T. Babbit, Rector.
rflHE Eighth term of this School will commence on
I the 8ta ol January, isoi,
. . ; .iriiLl is? aavatrcx. '
For board, washing &x with inatructioa in English,
n.l uuiinrVnt Iunrusse. A7 ver term of five months.
Asa general rule, boy sever 14 years of age will not be
received. The design of the School is to furnish a aade
retreat to which boys can be sent for thorough training.
Hence the requirement that they shall be young, or, if
ever the docile period ef childhood, that they shall pos
se as aharaeter in keeping with the object of the SchowL
la restiect te beautv. retirement and healthfulneaaof act
uation, and convenience and comfort of buildiaga, this
school possesses quite aa advantage. The course of stady
will be retruleted bv the requirement of our University,
and ae pain will he spared te make the boy good schoV
ars. , , . . , , -,,? : l
Dumber MtWlMO. .r .s'f .- M-V
SV. MARX'S SCBOOIai.
RALEIGH.' N. CV;i
TUB 18th Term of this rfchoot wID commence oa the
xrth day of January 1831, and continue 'till the
7th of Jmw.-.. 3 ;. - ' ' -r"
For a Circular eonU'mingfulf particnlars,'apply to the
oumnoer. - ALDEKT SMEDJSS. Kecror.
December 4th, I860. 1 lt.
FEMALE classical institutf,
(HutiioiouiB Stiiit,) '
RALiElGEI W. C.
REV. BENNET T. BLAKE, Principal.
Ma. VV. C. Dora, A. M., Profetor of Mathematics
and Ancient Language.
Karl W. PiTKBSitia, Profcnor of Music.
Mas. Lfcw M. PTcaii.iaf Teacher of Drawing and
TWENTY-FIVE Young Ladies can be accommo
dated with board in the family of tha Principal.
These will receive all the attention, and enjoy all the
comfort of a private family.
The course of study is well digested, thorough and
extensive. The entire expenae to a pupil will be cover,
rd by the payment of One Hundred Dollar 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 tollows
Board per session or five months.
Tuition in the Classical Department,
Tuition in the English Department.
Music on Piano or Guitar,
Drawing and Painting,
Painting in oil Colours, .
. 15 00
The Pupil will be regularly instructed in Vocal Mu
sic, without further charge. '
The Session for 1851 begin 6th January, 1851.
B. T. BLAKE, Principal.
Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. 4 tf.
l'aj-rmt. Wlarren Count, JS'orth Carolina.
Department of Language, R. A. EZELL, A. M.
Department of Mathematics,!). R. WALLACE, A.R.
rpHE TWENTY-THIRD SESSION will commence
on the 15tb day of January, 1851.
The Principal lakea erreat pleasure in informing he
Public that the Mathematical Department ha been, at
the co-tt of great labour and expense, placed upon an ex
alted and permauenl basis. Jdr. Wallace whose servi
ce have been secured lor that division of the School,
waa graduated wilh Ihe first distinction at College, and
ha since had charxeoflhe Greenville Aeademy, which,
as Principal, he conducted with entire success a"d uni
versal approbation. His testimonial from the most em
inent Scholar ol the Slate evince a high ordi of Schol
arship and a high rank as an Instructor.
In the Warrenton Academy, boy are prepared tho
roughly for the advanced clashes of any College in the
Union or for the varied duties of useful life. The a rict
et attention ia given lo the moral a well as intellectual
improvement ot the Students, and the course of instiuc
lion, while it insure a high order of Scholarship, is de
signed to develope and strengthen the faculties of the
Board for the Session of five months, $50 00
Fuel and Lights in the rooms; 5 00
Tuition for the Languages and Mathemalies, 17 50
do in the English branches, 12 50
Fuel in the School-room, 1 00
Foi Ihe character of the Institution, Member of the
Legislature are referred to the Representatives of War
ren, all of whom are Trnstees of the Academy, and lo
the Members from Northampton.
R. A. EZELL, Principal.
Decembe 16, 1S50. 847 4w.
State of North Carolina. Naah count.
Court of Plea and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term, 1850,
Zadock Peacock and wife Eliza C., Martha A. Win-
borne and Isby Jane Winborne, . Joaiah Winborne,
Ex r of David Winborne, dec d, Mary Winborne, David
Winborne, Jamea Winborne, David Bizzell and wile
.Meluny, William Winborne, Jarratt William and wife
Nancv. John L. Winborne, Rhody Winborne, Adm'lrix
of Ivey J. Winborne, William Rentfrow and wile Mary,
Joel B. High and wile Gatsey, William B. Winborne,
Mahala Winborne, Seleta Winborne, Appy Winborne,
Lugmnna Winborne Petition for settlement.
flTHlS Petition comma; on lobe heard, and itappear-
JHL i nit to Ihe satialactian ol the Court that Ihe Defend
ants, James Winborne, David Bizzell and wile Melany,
William Winborne, Jarratt William and wife Nancy,
are non-resident of this State, it is therefore ordered by
the Couit that advertisement be made in the JN. C
Standard for six week successively, notifying the said
Defendants lo be and appear si the next Term of our
Court ol Plea and Quarter Sessions, to be held for the
County of Nah, at Ihe Court House in Nashville, on the
second Monday of February next, lo answer or demur to
said Petition, otherwise judgment pro eonfesso will be
Witness, Jno. w. Bryant, Ulerk nt our said court at
otUce the 3d Monday in November A. D. 1850.
JNO. W. BRYANT, C. C. C.
December 25. - Pr. Adv. $5 624 1 16 w6t.
LOUISBURG MALE ACADEMY,
FRANKLIN COUNTY, N. C.
rWXHE Spring Session of 1831, will commence on
JL Monday Ihe 6th ol Jauuary. 1 tie location pomes
se the advantage nf health and excellent Society. The
subscriber i well know to the public, having, for several
year, had charge of a large and flourishing kchnnl at
.Midway. Thorough and evele malic instruction will be
eiven upon all subiecta usually taught in Academies of
Ihe highest grade. Student desiring it, will be prepar
ed for an advanced class in College. All reasonable ef
fort hall be made lo elevate both the intellectual and
moral character of Ihe Student.
Tuition in the Classical and higherEng-
lisb and Mathematical Branches, $15 per Session.
Common English branclres. JO "
Board with the Principal. 8 " month.
T. M. JONES, A. M., Principal.
December 18, 1850. 14 8L
See R R. R. R.
To the citizens of North Carolina particularly,
J 1 T E can measure and furnish an entire suit of clothe
If (including coat, pantaloons, and vest,) at from $35
to $44 ; and will warrant litem lo De equal inuu respects
to anv that can be furuiahed in the United Males lor mai
nionev. Uentlemcn need no longer send oui oi ine
State for cheap Clothing, unle they prefer it.
Raleigh, Nov. 5, 1850, ..
Royal Raleigh Ringtail ra.
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' Dress and Frock Coats. -
lITEhaveoii hand a beantitul assortment of Black
1 f Dreas and Frock Coat for- twenty dollars, gotten
uo bv ourselves and cannot be bought any where else in
Ihe United StatM far Ih mnnev. KcColtect that. vve
have also fancy Frock ana Dress Coats for fifteen, six
teen, and eighteen dollars. Ihe like ol wntcn never
was known before. OLIVER ft. PROCTER.
Raleieh.Nov 9. ' '842
John M. Sheppard, Jr
COMMISSION MERCHANT, RICHMOND, Va
Otlcc in front Shock Warehouse,
mFFERS hi services te sell Tobacco, Wheat, Flour,
and Cera; and respectfully solicits consignments.
Ricbmovd. January 1st, 1850. 792-6in
Hoildcrs Companion, , r
CONTAINING the Elements of Buildinr. Snrvevine
i and Arcbitactere, with practical Rufss and Inattue-
iana coaaacteA mma um eurc - .ay a.1 m, emeaton,
CivjJ Engineerr ac Fo Bale y
a- ia, A.
u Raleigh, Now. 7. 185. '
f ff MORE of those desirable Coats, just opened at
the low price of $4 60j
E. L. HARDING &
Raleigh, Nov. IS.
. Warreatou, Ii. C
THE ninth Term of this school will commence on
the 15th of January, 1851, and terminate the first
weekin November. -;
tiki aa follows na sxtsiox or tin xoktms. ,
Board, . $50 00 -
English Tuition, " 12 50
French. ' - - 10 00
German, 10 00 ,
Music on Harp and use of instrument, 35 00 '
Music on Piano and usejof instrument, 23 00
Music an Guitar and use of instrument, 20 00
Drawing and Painting, 10 00
Painting in oil colors, - - 15 0O
Washing and Fuel, ' 6 00
Useful and Ornamental Needle work free of charge.
No extra charge whatever will be made. Book, 8ta
tionary &c, furnished at the lowest retail prices.
It is particularly desirable that pupils should be pres
ent at the commencement of the session, as studies will
then be arranged and classea formed.
AH articles of clothing must be marked with the own
er's name in full.
A circular containing fuller information will be ad
dressed to all persons who may desire it.
Warren ton, Dec 18, 1850. 888 5tw.
South Lowell Male Academy,
OX A AG E COUNTY, X. C.
THE present session of this Institution will close on
the 20th of December; end the next session will
commence on Thursday, January 2nd. Students are
earnestly requested to be present at the commencement J
of the session.
The School continues under the superintendance of
Ihe Rev. Jamea A. Dean, M. A., as Principal, and Mr.
n v t r a mm ar.;, Th. a..i.m k..;i.i
mVf m aaa mm w, - saw vumi j i'iiiiu"
ing is new, and ia so constructed as to accommodate three
or even four Teachers. It is hoped that the friend of
the institution will rally - around it, ana furnish a suffi-
ment number of student to test it capability.
Three objects will constantly be kapt in view :
1st. To promote thorough scholarship. 2nd. To secure
the students from the contamination of vice, and to in
still into their minds mdral and religious principles. 3d.
To cultivate a taste for general knowledge. No pain j
will be spared to obtain all these ends. 1
south lioweli Academy is a Preparatory !chool ' or
Randolph Macon College ; hut the course of instruction
is such a to prepare for any College in the country ; and
it is equally adapted to aucb aa do not intend to pursue
a Collegiate course.
Expenses as heretofore, viz : Tuition 910 00 $12-
50, and $15 00. Board in the beat families, 92500
south Jjowell i in U range county, rvortb t;aro!ina.
38 miles west of Henderson, and about the same dis
iance North-west of Raleigh. -
D. C. PARRISH, See. Ex. Com.
November 28, 1850. 844 4t-
PLEASANT GROVE ACADEMY
FRANKLIN COUNTY, N. C
THE Exercises of this Institution will commence on
Monday the 6th of January next, under the charge
of Mr. Edwin L. Barrett, a gentleman eminently quali
fied to instruct in all the branches taught in preparatory
School. The Academy will be neat and comfortable,
situated about 200 yards from the residence of the sub
scriber, known to be one of the most healthy locations
in the State, and equidistant from Louisburg and the
Board can be had with the suuscrilicr, at 3u,au per
month, and also in the families of Mr. Joseph J. Joucs,
Mr. Thomas A. Person, Mrs. Elizalicth Branch, and oth
ers, all convenient to the Academy, at the above rates.
Parenta and guardians may reat assured, that every
attention will be paid, both to the morals and literary
pursuit of the students; and owing to the healthiness
of the situation, the purity of the water, and the morali
ty of the neighborhood, the public and particularly those
iving in the lower country, would do well to give thia
natituti on a trial.
tcitio era session.
For the Language, and higher English brandies, $15
Lower English branches, . - 10
Address the Subscriber, Louisburg, N. C.
WM. J. BRANCH.
December 1st, 1850. 845 4tw.
Register and Spirit of the Age copy 4 times, weekly.
Somerville female institute,
' Al LEASBURG, CASWELL, A. C.
THE next session of this School will lie opened
the first Wednesday in January, on the first day of
the month, ihe course of studies is extensive and about
the same a in our female Colleges. Probably- there ia
no community ia which 'a school could le ' located for
the training of youth, that exerts so little of unfavorable
influence and afford greater facilities for lorming virtuous
principle and correct habits of life A philosophical
and chemical apparatus aurhcient to illustrate most ot tne
principle in these sciences, is connectedawith the school.
There is also a library of well selected book to wntcn
the young ladies have access, and they are encouraged
to spend their time not devoted to atudy in reading
Term per Sestion, of Eire Month.
Board in my own aa well aa in most of the families in
the village and neighborhood, at $6 per month.
Tuition in English, according to advancement, Irom
$10 to f 15.
Music, including the -nse or the instrument, vu
Drawing and painting, each, &
French, Latin "and I i reek, 5
Needle.work, free of charge.
SOLOMON LEA, Principal.
Leasbur?. December 7th, 1350. 846 4t.
WARRENTON, N. C.
THE Twentieth Semi-annual Session of this Institu
tion will commence on the 1st Monday in Jan. 1851.
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The location is pleasant, proveroiany neaiui:ui,reurcu,
yet easy of access at all seasons of the year. This in
stitution is so arranged arid conducted as to combine the
greatest advantages with the least expense, and to give
competent and efficient instruction in all of the various
branches of art accomplished r emaie education
The Board and Tuition in all the branches requisite
for a Diploma and Gold Medal will not exceed 9124 00
per .annum. . '
1 . , , 1 2 T .... n..l
,Tue Ornamental-orancneo, einuracmg iihuuiwihh
Music, Wax Fruit and Flowers, Ancient and Modern
Languages, Drawing' and fainting in uil ana water
Colors, at the usual prices. t -
Vocal Music. Needle and rancy worn, gratis.
The Libraries of the Principals are accessible to ad
vanced Students. -
- Lectures a Don Literary and Scientific subjects, with
appropiate experiments will be delivered during Ihe Ses
sion ' - Rxv. N. L. GRAVES,
. . J. WILCOX. .s..
"',.,.,; ,-. ... 1 GRAVES.
.., . i Associate 'Principals, j,
November 30. 1850. t- - - y - - -
SEDGEWICK FEMALE SEMINARY.
, . . RALEIGH, N-X: -, i
THE 8prin$ term of this TnaUtution will epen on
Tuesday the first day of January; 1851. .
Term per Session of five months, payable in advance.)
Board end Jagliatt.itMuea, - ' : -' i "
Mans m HaswOtsisarr h-j f -M r jo 00
Uss ef Insttaaient,. "-' 'n """ " 00
Lath and rrencearh. " 10 00
Incidental Expanses, .''mlmL'l''. l. ? ,
,-. MRS. J. J.'FnfCH, Principal. .
ae.:0,-185.;-:,'--;' 1 i.,.: 4t wi
JUST Received, and for 6 VbURCH.
Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850.
L0UISBURG FEMALE SEMNART.
A. H. RAY. ' . . -
i Mi E, W. CcrtisI Intructre on Piano and Vocal
Music Mi R. 8. FAiaAtt, Instructress on Guitar, and
in Vocal Muaic, Drawing, Painting, Oatutheuica, dte.
Other assistance as it may he needed. '
THE Spring Session "of 1651, (the 17th under he
present Principal,) will commence on Monday the
6th of January. The Trustees are highly gratified to
be able to announce to the public, that hereafter the en
tire and undivided attention of both tha Principals will
be devoted to the interests of this Institution Mr. Ray
having relinquished a profitable and successful Male
chool, in order to add his personal efforts to those of
the former very efficient corps of. Teacher, in making
this all that a good Female Institution ought to be.
The Board recommend, with vary great confidence, the
Louisburg Female Seminary to the patronage of the
public. For cheapness, soundness of instruction, impar
tiality and fidelity in teaching, high-toned moral and re
ligion influence, and strictness in regulating the expen
ditures of pupils, this institution will compare aucccssful-
; iy wnu any in me siate. m point or health, tbo Board
) Bve t as their deliberate opinion that thia Village is not
j surpassed by any location in the Central portion of the
ouuriinu in support oi tni opinion they may add that
among the large number of pupils from the Eastern part
of the State, there has not been a death Li the eight
years that the Aeademica have been under the govern
ment of the present Principals : and there have been, for
several yeara, very few case requiring the attention of
a rnysician ; and they understand, from the most reli
able sources, that f,,r tha ! rni,. l..t;A.i i.:n.
among the pupils have been nearly unknown : and
I throughout the community there has been almost unin-
terrunted good health.
A Circular, prepared by the Principal, setting forth in
detail the government, coarse of studies, text books
price, &c. will be issued oon,' and
will be issued soon.' and scut on application
to all who may feel interested in the minutis of the !
School Economy which will be observed and practised
ere. By orJor of the Board,
T. K. THOMAS, Sre'y.
Louisburg, Dec 13,1850. 846 3u
. TAR -RIVER ACADEMY.
GRANVILLE COUNTY, N, C.
THIS School will lie opened for the reception of pu
pils on the first Monday in February, 1851,
This Academy is located 9 miles West of Oxford, in
a neighborhood proverbially healthy, and the Pupils will
have every facility to attend divine worship, a there is
both a Baptist and Presbyterian Church within a mile
of the Academy.
The Trustees have secured the aervice of Mr. Jesse
Smith, a gentleman of considerable experience a a
Teacher, and well qualified to prepare boy for College.
The Trustee are determined to sustain a good School
in the neighborhood, (all ofihem "having children of
their own to educate) and have therefore put tuition tt
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 Languagea, . - - 12 50
Good board can be had in highly respectable families
for $5 per month. Any information with regard to the
school may lie had by addressing Lewis P. Allen, Tar
River, P. (I, Granville co., N. C.
. December 1st, 1850. 845 td.
HILLSBOROUGH, N. C.
rfHE winter session of Mr. 6c Mrs. BurwellV School
I for young Ladies wiil begin on Thursday, 9th of
Board and Tuition, - - . 67 50
Music on Piano or Guitar, - - - 20 00
Use of Instrument for practice, 5 00
Drawing, - - - - 10 00
rrench. - ... - . . 10 00
Latin, - - - - - 5 00
washing per session. - - - 5 00
When two or more pupils come from the same familv
the charge for washing will be -$2 50 for each. Aa the
number of pupils is limited, persons desirous of securing
places must make early application. For circulars con
taining all necessary information, address Rev . Bur
well, HitLborouirh N. C.
Dec, 1 1. 1850. 12 w4t
The Raleigh Register, Wilmington Chronicle. Fav-
j etteville Observer, and Newbertiian, will insert once a
week for four week.
MISS JULIA PEACE inform bcr friend and the
citizens that she intends opening a School on the
1st of January, in which will be taught the usual brunch
es ot an English Education. If there are those in the
country who would wish to send their children, ber Moth
er can accommodate them with board. Particular atten
tion will lie paid to the manners, and improvement of
the children committed to her charge. Terms the same
aa the other Schools.
Raleigh Dec. 16, 1850. - . . 847
The Kileigh Star will please copy three times, and
send account to this office.
VEDAH HOCK. Franklin ;CovntV, .V. C.
D. S. RICHARDSON. Principal
C. H. STOCKWELL, Assistant.
TT1HE Spring Term for 1851, will commence on the
J 1 3th day of January. The New Academy will be
dedicated on that day. . The Student are earnestly re
quested to be present. For a circular containing partic
ulars, apply to the Principal, at Belford P. O., Nash
Nah, Dec. 13.- ' 13-tlFeb.
.cThe TarhorougU Press. Raleigh Register, Biblical
Recorder, and North state Whitr. will please insert the
above till the 1st of rcbruary, add send accounts to V
S. Richardson. ......
Oxford Female Academy.
Graviu.r Countv, N. C. '
IHE Regular exercises of this institution will l re
sumed on Mnudav the 12th dav of January next.
Term per Session nf five months:
Board, including fuel, lights, washing, &e. $ 45 00
Tuition in the Ittiiglish branches, 15 00
French or Latiny,.., . 5 00
Music on the Piano with use of instrument, SO 00
SAM'L. L. YEN ABLE, Principal
Oxford, Dec. 15, 1830. " 847 4tw.
rrHE Trustees of the Foreatville Female Academy
wish to employ a Gentleman and his Wife to take
charge of their School, commencing about the 2nd or
3rd .Monday in January. If they cannot get a man and
hia wife, 'lliy would employ a young lady.
Testimonials as to character and qualifications will be
required. Address the subscriber at Forestville, Wake
county, N. C. . " .." ' ; J. 8. PURIFY, Sec
' Nov. S3. 1850. ; - , s'lo ef.
... ... .i
I I ' ' J . ' ' ' y
rriQISJustitattoa will arsua open -on Wednesday, Jan-
I nary 8, 1850.. Particolav attention will he given to
the Freuakv Language, Book keeping. Survey in, LeveH
inland othei hrancbe of a practical character. - ' - vj!
....I . v(ll fit- 'J-. t" ri,'
Raleigh. Dec 16, 1850.
f AMP OIL Burning Fluid, and Phosgene Gas ; a
1 j good supply expected by next freight Train.
P. F. PESCTJD.
Raleijh, Nov. 27, 1850. 9
NORTH CAROMXA 1
nilJTtTAI. INSURANCE COJIPAXY,
RltiklOH, K. C-
THE following persona have been elected Director
and Officers of this Company for the present year
Dr. Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B. RoulhaC, Richard
(Smith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. W. Whit
ing, T. H, Selby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill, Fayette
ville, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hoyt,
Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, Wm. Bad
ham, Edenton, Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph Pool,
Elizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander
Mitchell. Newbern, W. N. H. 8mith, Murfreeaborough,
H. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and
A. T. Summy, Aaheville.
. All Directors 'are authorized to receive application.
' ' OFFICERS.
Josiah O. Watson, President, '
J. G. B. Roulhac Vice President,
Richard Smith, Treasurer,
J. C. Partridge, Secretary,
John H. Bryan, Attorney,
J. Hersman, General Agent.
S. W. Whiting, 1
Richard Smith, Executive Committee.
' John Primrose,
Thi Company i now in successful operation," and i
prepared to effect insurance against fire on all kinds of
property, (Steam Milla and Turpentine Distilleries ex
cepted.) Atl communications in reference to insurance should
be addressed to tha secretary, post paid. ' -
J. C. PARTRIDGE. See'y.
Raleigh. Janiiary 2, 1850. 793
Important to ' ,
MILLERS & MILL OWNERS!
"IHE Undersigned would resoeclfullv inform those
keeps constantly on hand, and wilt supply at "the sboileat
engaged in the Milling Business in Cs. C. .that he
notice, that almost invaluable article
YOUNG'S IMPROVED PATENT
SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE.
The only Machine of the kind thai ha stood the test and
lliven sat istaction to the public. It has surplan'ed every
Smut Machine yet offered in the State, more or'less of
wtiieh has been taken down to make room lor it. The
public need Tear no imposition, a there are now snme2S0
Machines running in N C; and I wish to oflcr no other
references than Ihe gentlemen who are using them,
whose expectations have been more than realized in
their peifounance. It not only thoroughly cleanse Ihe
Wheat ol stunt, but also purifies it of all other substances,
almost to perfection. It take up but 4 feel sqoaie in
Ihe Mill, and requires but little power. Jt is warranted
for five yeara aainut breaking or wearing out, and also
to retain it cleauing qualities for that time.
There are a number of these Machine through which
100,0(10 bushel ol Wheat have been cleaned, and they
have never been nut of order one day.
There was awarded to it the Premium at the Maryland
State Fair, and a Premium wilh a Stiver Medal, at the
Fail of 'he Maryland Institute, al Baltimore, last Fall
Address the Subscriber al nu!h Lowell Mills. O ange
county, N. C. JNO. A. Mc.VIANNEN.
December 21, 1850. 15 tf.
P. F. PE&CtP,
-ITliolesalc and Retail Drnffcist
FATtTTxyiLt.E St. RaLcioB, N. C. ..
OFFERS for cash, or approved credit, at the lowest
market price, a large and well selected assortment
'.if .East India. Mediterranean aud European
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Pi-such, Kus;llsh and American Chemicals,
Foreign and Domestic Soaps.
P.-rfumery, Paints and Oils,
Fancy Articles, . . Dye Stuffs.
Fsncy Soaps, Irruggists Labels,
Brushes. Window Glass,
Extracts, Surgical Instruments, '
Trusses, , Druggists' Glas Ware.
Leeches, Shaker's Herbs and Roots,
Pirax Bbaxby, Manna, Saaaar and Post Wikkb,
Slfvtl fAr tftii.innl tinrTUWt.
Manila Sarsaparilla, WisUr's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
uray a Ointment, jjeckwith a Pills, Aver Cherry
Pectorial. Doctor Wiley's Cough Candy, Gen- .
uine Cod Liver Oil, together with every
article comprising the stock of a Phy
. sician or Druggist.
April 7, 1850. S09
MORGAlTOi, Bnrke Co. N.C.
tf-i THE Subscriber, thsnkful for the very liberal pat-
tonage heretofore received, would now inform the
that hi House is still open, and that his accommodations
(heretofore limited) are now enlarged. He has erected
t row of Oinces tor Professional gentlemen, together
trith a commodious Hotel, all of which is entirely new.
The location of the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands
Ihe 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 j
the purposes of business.
The subscriber promises to spare no pain to provide
Ihe invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen j
tlemcn ot pleasure and business a uesirante Hoarding
House. J. M. xiAlrUlJJT.
Morganton, July 25, 1850. 826 ly.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Henry D. Turner,
I'ubllsncr Bookseller anal Siatioucr
No. 1, FaTETTSVit-tK St. Raleicb, N. C.
HAS alwaya on hand a large and general collection
Law, Medical, Theological, Classical, Voyages, Travels,
Novels and Miscellaneous Books. Also, a very
extensive assortment of School Books, &c,
Blank Books, Ledgers. Journal, Day Books
Pase Books, Bank Books, Record Book, '
Blank Check Books, and any other kind
, that may be wanted manufactured
Together with a general assortment of Stationery.
Particular attention given to filling all orders complete
Irom Booksellers, Merchants, Tescbars, and private indi
viJuals. And every article in hia line sold at the lowest
prices for cash or approved ciedit, either at wholesale or
All new works received as soon aa published,
Raleigh, August 27, 1850. 630
FOOT Prints ol the Creator $1.25.
The Home Altar by Rev. Charles F. Deems. 75 ets,
The Eminent Dead or Triumph of Faith ia the Dying
rurar, a i ,uu. . v ,. . , - , ,
The Angel World, a Poem by Philip James Baily
Atunor oi r etu ou ct. .
Life of John Randolph of Roanoke by Hugh A. Genand
' z vol. -ikiasitn, a,ea , , y .,
History ot the Polk administration by Lucian Chase,
Aanala ef the Qoeen ef Spain by Mrs. Awu'ta Gerge.
z eoL cloth ljt&,r.. i c - ''
Li-re- of Literary en Scientific Mea W fmette.
. ., 1,00.. , - . j., s ti-u. . V'-V '
Van al the Hour h J F.niauvr r,aoner.-st?J2a
The Lily and ihe Fatom of the Hague not si Florida,
by w.Gtlmere Mmms. jivA'!"r
Life here aad there by N p. VVitir
anu tnciv oj 4 r. nniw " ;k; I-
le of4 Cedars by Grace A goHar. ; t $ ,t-i7 .
til DanghteTj by Rev. W.ewflt ,. w
reeei4 aad for sale by " "' - ' " . .-- ' J
-it; ll-. " '
POM ERA Y
A Itot of Themaitown l ime, justrecei-
X ved and for aale by R. TUV&JStt c BO."!.
Raleigh, Nov. 30, 1850. V -. 1(1
- , - NORTH CAXlOZ.IV A i ;
Mutual Life Insurance Company
' RA Latum, Ji. 'CV
THIS Company' is now taking inserance on the livee
of healthy persons and Slaves, at their" entat likhid
rate of premium. Thia being the only M Insurance
Company In the State, and working under a charter1 suit
ed to the condition and circumstances of all, U.e Direee
tor feel no hesitation in saying li st it affotc! greater x
inducements for the insurant of lives then any other1
Company in the country. . : 'a
The 6th Sec of ihe Charter provWcs 'Tlist the husrena
may insure his own life, lor the sole oae and benefit of
hi wife or children, free fern the claims of the repre
sentative of the husband or any of bis crtdiicrs."
It is conducted on the mvtui.t plaa. each person' in'
eured becoming a member thereof, and not licb.e beyond
the amounted his premium. ' . ' v;-
Policies for 100 io $000 will I e issued on the life ,
of a wlute person ; and on Slaves tot two-lbirds their'
market value, for a term of from en to fiveiytefav aa
the owner may desire. .,. . t v,
All losses of the Company are peid within 30 days af
ter proof of loss is famished. . No California nVks taken.
The business of the Company ia couductce acder the
immediate supervision of ?j
Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President, . ;
Wm. D. Haywood, Vice President, ' ,
James F.Jordan, Secretary, ' ., - i .
Win. H. Jones, Treasurer,...
Perrin Busbee, Attorney, .
Dr. Wm. IT. McKee, Examtniag Physkiaa. v
J. Hersman, General A Cent. , .
Al! Communications en husinesa should be addrewed
postpaid, to JAMES F. JORDAN,
, , ' Secretary.
Nov. 1. 1S50. ..... ,., . 1-
Valuable Ucal Estate for Sale,
I offer for sal my entire Real Estate, upon which
Jare thirty-five sets of Boxes; the most ef which
have only. been in use from one to two jrars; with a uf .
ficient quantity of round trees to cut at feast twenty art
more. The land upon which these arc situated is aot
easily aurpassed by any piney land in Eactrrn Carolina.
There is upon the premise two Distilleries neatly and
couveniently fitted up, with all necessary out-houses.
Upon the farm, I think the buildings altogether are seU
dom excelled. Those wishing to purchase are invited
to examine for themselves. Terms shall be .low, and
payments accomodating. Come and' see. . -. ....
Any person wishing to purchase, can be furais5jed
with s sufficient number of team and wagona to carry
on both the operations of Farm and Turpentine, and
wilh a year's supply of provision.
JOHN A. AVIKETT,
- Cathanne Lake, Onslow Co. N. C.
Ju!y2, 1850. .
SJBtTlIt'IBl.Sf, Johnston Co.. .VrtA taroHva.
11HE Kuliacribar would respectfully inform his (rund
and the public generally, that he. has on hand large
and rich supply of '
Cloths. Casslmeres, Yettlngc, and Trltcar.fi ga
of all sorts ; and that be is prepared to execute weak to
fiie best manner and at moderate prices. ,,:-.!
He also has on band a superior lot of .,
Reud'!tlade Clothluir "
consisUng of Cloaks, Overcoats, Business Coats, Yeita,
Pantaloons, lamb'a wool Shirt, dec, which he will diapose
of on the most accommodating term. ; . . i ..'
He solicits a call from those in want ef Clothing, at
he is determined to give good bargain, mad te da kit
work in the best and most approved style. -- .i : . I
Smithfield, October 14th, 1650. , 897-ma,
New Watcb and Jewclerj- Store, :
W. H. THOMPSON Would reepeetrtilly te.
Twform the citizens ofKaltigh and its vicinity, thai
Kuaihe has opened a choice stock of ,: . n'
Watches aad JcWetry, ''- -
in a part of the Store occupied by Mr Thompson ii a
Millinery establishment,, where he ofier for vale Gld
and Silver watches, . warranted correct time kept
the latest styles of . , -, - - .i. - p
such ss Guard, est and Fob Chains; Cameo, rtorfifhd
mourning Broaches; Plain, Chased and Btone Rittirs ;
Gold Pens and Pencil; Gold and f?ilver Thimbles; Srucs,
Collar and Sleeve Buttons, Ear Rings,- Gold and Silver
Spectacles, &e.. Fancy Gooda and Fine Cutlery ,':bFI of
which will le sold cheap, t Watches, Clocks' and Jewel
ry repaired in superior style. . Old Gold and Silver taken
in exchange. . . " "
Sept. SI, 1849. . i - r ,':T77 6m.i
CITY OF. RALEIGH.
.A Desirable Residence for Kale. '
rTHE Executrix of the late Louis D. Henry, offers for
1 sale uu late Hewdence. hear the City of Kakigh." The
Dwelling-House is a 'large arid rommodioo one,'
remarkably well built, with all out houses complete,
has about 15 or 17 acre of land attached, nr.dee
highest cultivation.. The premisea beiig tvl
limits of the Corporation is not echject to th I iy T
and still the situation is convenient, and eitV
yards of the Governor's Mansjoa, in an everlV" bct
The terms of sale would be liberal. ' J '
D. lM KAE.
RaIciib.Ja!y 15, 1 Vi - , ' - SSStf.'
A NEW BOOK SOREa
l, FayctteviHe Street;
:i:c t?t4 Poet
c. ;.. ...
k RE now receiving an
tensive sortmerrt ef Ltw.
MedicaL Theol.ieiea WeellaneeiiS and tch.l
Books nenemllv A enaa "rt choice J3uka Jo Pre,
eats, Noveis, Slstionary" H kinds, which we are sett,
ing at Ihe vrry Jowest'Ces, and which are coi.fi.
dent will give atisf- examine, ;
Km C n w I
j. W; o'neal.
December fl. . - l.t
Carolina- Musio Store
ribr takes (hi opportunity of announe.
peopleotNortn Carolina, lhat he jnfenria
to open n" urawwr oni, myuusit:
.STORf' wnere wui aiways om loana a complete t-
x ot r oretgn ana American .viimie and Musical
ents all of which will b aelected by biir.seit
rianu will be from the best Manutaeterie io
United State, and will be sold al New York and
iladelphia prices. 4 ; . . .
. &. VV, flCKSILIA,i
Raleigh. November. 1850. . . 2-ly
HisARTT & LITCHFORH.;
Dealers In tttapla and Faucy Dry Goods. '
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
r : FancY Article, Ac Ae. ; .
HAY$ received aearljr their entirt aSfctk Te"
Winter Good to which t7rcill w
the attention of their estomV s the pnlilie grostij(
ad afl of which are efferedcoAe most reasonable terra.
Releigb,Oct23,IW0'. - -s. 'v.. ' , :,&7Ti
-f f, V T ' , ,, ; . t ., Urn .;..t
t,-. ! i . 2 nv&lida. h- -.x nt
"A' 'T 'Peeewf'i Vmg Store yon ceayi fittd Old Ledoa
I)ock Brandy; Perter, Old Madeira tiberry aad Pert
Wise, seWcted expressly far Medical pWpnaee.-. Atse
Capsule of Copaiba -and Cabebs, , Castor Oil Capsules,
Tarranta. Marshall's and Carpenters Ex'U ot Ccisil
Cubcbs, Scc,-ind all the most popular Patent Medicines
November SI. 9'
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