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PUBLISHED EVKRY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY: MORNING. ..; -i ... i j, , .; , -. ... ,', -. : ,'..,'. . j -V :: ''?'WEEKLY;:S8PEKNNUM. !' v. .. .. t UALErGIT, AFEDKESDAY, APRIL: 23, 851 . , ' '" - . .1:1 :.,.:.-. !-.!? -i .. !.i .r.' :'": t' .-'': . YOL. i. ,- -,s v.'i - -j-;! i i ;i. . - v-- ' THE NORTH CAROLINA :j STANDARD WILLIAM W.'HOlLDEN, EUITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . the Wkkk. Two iollars per annam, . , . or within the first month Two dollar, and "flan if payment be delayed six nfonth. ; and I Three ffilsS if"'PaiJ within six montljs from the time of r'or T Sexi-Weeki.t. Four dollars per in advance, or within the first month; Four SinJ cents, if payment be delayed six months; tnd Five Dollars, if not paid within six months from the "ime of subscribing. r The above rules will be inflexibly adhered to. . e1it,SKmk-ts not exceeding fourteen lines will W inserted one time for one dollar, and twenty-five -" f rSw A reasonable reduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. Advertisements inser ted the Semi-Weekly Standard, will also appear in VVopklv Paper, free of charge. . Subscribers, and others, who may wish to send money , the EdUoi c do so at all times, by Mail and at his risk Receipts for all sums will be promptly transmitted. Letters to the Editor must come free of postage. Spring Goods. Fresh and Beautiful ! CsasKCSidkt 5 1851. LATE ARRIVALS From Iew York and Philadelphia, Have placed in possession or the undersigned a considerable po.tion of his SPRING AND SUM jUER supply or STJfL-E J.VD W.W DRV GOOIiS. embracing every thing new and fashionable for Ladie's and Gentlemen's wear", to be tound in the Norlhern mar kets, and to which he would respectfully invite the at tcuiion of purchasers. Among them are, Beaatilul, plain and figured changeable Silks, Rich Barages, and Barage Delaines, Chanittliou Tissues and S:U Grenedines, Shaded New style Chine Poplins, Super black Silks and fancy colored Satins, White and colored dotted Swiss Muslins, riain and Embroidered Muslins and Lawns, Chine and Embroidered Ginghams, Silk Toile DeLind and rich Linen Lustres, Fourlard Silks and splendid Muslin Robes, Canary, Orange, Sky Blue and Pink, plain Calicoes, Earlston Ginghains, and Tarllon Muslins. Green, Blue, Pink and Brown Barages, Elegant Silk embroidered Lawns and Muslins, French, British and American Prints, of indelible Dies, Dnnnels, Spragucs, Merrimack and Cocheco, fast colored prints,, Fine Black Alpaccas, and Black Barages, Full and 4 Mourning Calicoes, Muslins, and Barages, Swiss, Checked, and Jaconet Muslins, Irish Linens, and Linen Hami'ft, Lace Capes and wniked Collars, Laces, Edgings, and Insertions, Baaiiiil'l Spring Bonnets, Bonnet and Neck Ribbons, Fine Cloths and Cassimers, Tweeds Clolli and Kentucky Jeans, California and Ringold Drills, White, Brown and fancy colored Linen Drillings, Black Satin, figured Silk anil Marsailles Vesting, E'.sck Drab DeEtea and Jenny Lind Cloth, Silk and Cutlet) Umbtellas and Parasoils, Moleskin. California and summer Hats, Fine Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers. T. A. MITCHELL. Ra'eis;h. April 8th, 1851. 45 Additional supplies remarkable Tor Richness of design and Novelty ot styles daily expected. ircsriTtTTioar For the Deaf, Dnmb, and the Blind rriHE Board of Directors of the North Carolina In L stitution for the Deaf aud Dumb and the Blind, give notice that a Department will be opened for the instruct tion or the Blind, at, the commencement of the next ses sion on tbe 15th of July. It is highly desirable that early notice should be given to those who may wish to enter this department, in order that the necessary arran gements may be made. Applications for admission from Deaf Mutes or Blind persons, must be made to -William D. Cooke, Principal of the Institution, who will furnish all necessary infor mation . Raleigh. April 7, 1851. 45 5t. SPRING GOOUS FOR 1851. THE Subscriber is receiving his usual stock of Spring and Summer Goods, at his old stand, No. 9, Fayttte vdle Street. CONSISTING OF Dry Goodt, Hat and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, $-c. J. BROWN, Raleigh, April 1, 1851 43 State of North Carolina, Superior Court of Law, U-ake County. $ Spring Term, 1851. IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT that a spe cial Term of the Superior Court of Law for the Coun of Wake aforesaid be held at the Court House in Raleigh, on the third Monday of June, 1851. Ordered that the iNorth Carolina Standard and Raleigh Register for four " t . K. 1. FINCH, Clerk. Raleigh, April7, 1851. 45 4t. 1Pn !r?",ay y Express. 1 r Doze Ladies Colored Kid Gloves. o ..ntn, Srapf shaw8. White, Cherry and Buff. Scolloped Emb'd Linen Cambric H'd'k'fs. Rich Bonnet Ribbons. Chemisettes. Mode Col'd Challeys. ; Embroidered Leaf Swiss Muslins. Embroidering Silk Braids, &c. R. TUCKER & SON. Raleigh, April 4, 1851. 44 JUST RECEIVED, OO Marlborough Stripes and Plaids (for servants,) AJ Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Jeans, Crushed, Brown, Clarified, Refined Loaf Sugar, Old Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee, Cut Nails and Brads, Swede's Iron and Steel. For Sale by J. BROWN. Raleigh, 1st April, 1851. 4 Bonnets, gnrlnar Stvle. 1851 JUST Received, a varied assortment of Misses' Flats, Beys and Infant's Hats, &c, Artificials &c, &c. Also, a handsome lot of Parasols and Ladie's Umbrel- . HEARTT & LITCHFORD April eiin, ioi. 46 Ladles Kid and Wo. Walking Shoes, A DG,oat 8kin Bootees. Jost received from tbe XA-Manufactory by j. BROWN, No-9, Fayetteville St. Raleigh, March 25, 1851. 1 41 ECEIVED thi, day, and for sale at the Drug Store April 8th, 1881. t. " 1 I HWU Brtnrt Bw Sugar. . j. BROWN, Baleigh, Feb. 18, i85l. N' VTto . EVAIiS & COOKE, One Door Move Richard Smith's Old Corner a3.AX3BIG3BC, 335T. 6. W"E would respectfully inform onr friends and the public generally that we intend keeping constantly on hand a full supply of Dry Goods, Hardware, Cutlery GROCERIES, &c. and indeed every thing fonnd in similar establishments They present the following as specimens of their Stock. Cheni, Jasper, and Black Silks, Silk Tissue and Alhorines, Embroidered Granadines and Berage, -Dotted and Embroidered Swiss Muslins, " Poplins and Berage DeLanes, Em. White Crape Shawls, Jenny Lind Collars and Cuffs, Ladies Kid Gloves and Mits, Do Embroidered L C Hdkfs, Teffita and Bonnet Ribbons, Lace Capes, and thread Laces, Chine and Embroidered Paraso , Ginghams and Calicoes, . Shoes and Boots of every quality and price, Bonnets and Hats of every description, Black French Cloths and Casimeres, Black Satin and Marseilles, Bed Tick, Cottonades, Domestics, Crockery, W eeding Hoes, Sugar, Coffee, Adamantine Candles, and a number of articles not enumerated, all of which the Subscribers intend selling Cheap for Cash, or to punctual dealers on a short credit. Don't forget to give m a call and examine our Stock be fore purchasing elsewhere. One door above Richard Smith's, No. 29, Fayetteville Street. H. L. EVANS, GEO. T. COOKE. Raleigh, March 19, 1851. S9 NEW GOODS. JTEW GOODS! R. TUCKER, & SON. "VT'T'E would most respectfully invite public attention If to our extensive and well selected Stock for the Spring and Summer trade of 1851. Some of which are Rich Chenie and Chamelian Silks, Furlard and Indian, do. Black Gro De Lyon, do. Glace and Silver Grey, do. White and Colored Satin, Organdi, Bilk Tissue, Toil DeLinde, Challeys and Grenedines, Printed Qonstantines, Fancy French Jackonets, Barege DeLane, ' Imperial Chenie Gingham, Pink and Buff Linen do. Orange, Purple, and mode col'd Lawns, Dotted Swiss Muslin, Embroidered and solid Tarltons, Marcelines and Florences, Swiss, Book, Mull, Nainsook, and check Muslins, Rich Bonnet, Neck, Cap, and Cuff Ribbons, Embroidered Canton crape Shawls, Needle work, Capes, Collars, Cuffs and Puds, Do. do. Cbemieets and Undersleives, Embroidered and corded bordered scolloped hdkfe. Paris Kid Gloves, first quality. - Silk and Linen, Buttons and Trimmings. Real and Imitation Valenciens Edgings. R. TUCKER & SON. Marca 19th, 1851. 40 OLIVER PHELPS, Jr. ATTORNEY AND COCSSELLOK AT LAW, Washington City, It. V. PRACTICES in all the Courts of the District of Co lumbia, and adjacent Counties of Maryland and Virginia, attends promptly to private collections, and professional business generally. He has great facilities in prosecuting claims Detore Congress and the Elective Departments including claims for Bounty Lands, Pensions, Patents, Return Duties, and lo the settlement of accounts of Public Of ficers, and agents of the Government. Address as above post paid, omce on Pennsylvania Avenue, between 4 and 6 streets. -He has the pleasure ot reterring to mis excellency Hon. David S. Reid. Hon. Thomas Corwin, Sec. of the Treasury. " Elisha Whittlesey, 2nd Comptroller. " Dan'l A. Dickinson, U- S. Senator from N. Y. Stephen A. Douglas, U. S. Senaror from Illinois. A. W. Venable, House of Representatives. Messrs. Barrett, Newsom, and Holden, Milton, N. C. William W. Holden, Esq., Raleigh, N. C. January 23, 1841. 24 8m. SELECT CLASSICAL SCHOOL. fJAHE Subscriber intends to open a School for Boys, A on the 16th of July next, in Alamance county, 12 miles west of Hillsboraugh, and 20 miles north west of Chapel Hill. Tbe dosign is to have a school in which boys may be thoroughly prepared for College or for business, in a sit uation remote from temptation, to idleness or vice. The number of scholars will be limited to thirty, who will board in families in the immediate vicinity or the Academy .two in a room. He will be assisted by R. W Wilson, A. B Trams $75 per session, in advance, for Board, Tu ition. Room. Bed and Bedding, Fuel and Washing- Circulars containing further information, can be ob tained on application to Rev. A.Wilson, D. D.at Hills borough, N. C. until 1st June, and alter that at Burnt Shop, Alamance county, jn.o. ALEX. WILSON. Hillsborough. N. C. April 9, 1851. 47-4t. NOTICE. TAKEN up and committed to Jail in New Hanover county, N. C, on the 28th September, 1850, (as a runaway slave,) a negro man, who says bis name is GEORGE AARON. He is about 25 years old, 5 feet 4 inches high, black complexion. He came here as a seaman from Boston in September last. He pretends he is free, and says he was raised in Brooklyn. XV ew York The owner'of said negro is requested to come forward prove property, pay charges and take him away, other- erwise be will be dealt with as tbe law directs. OWEN FENNELL, Sheriff. Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 10, 1851. 44 6m w. (Pr. Adv. $8 ) Town Lots for Sale. VM7ILL be sold, at public auction, in the town of t v amitbheld, on Wednesday the 30th instant, 011 a credit or six months, twenty hair acre Lots, in the North-east portion of the town, known as tho Town Commons. Owing to the healthy location of said Lots, and the Ireat e."e of Ketttng lumber, (there being two fine Meam Mills in operation.) they will be very desirable for private residences. Said Lots will be sold by au thonty of an act ot tbe General Assembly. d. Mcpherson. o -.I.: u a Intendant of Police. Smithfield, April T, 1851. , 46 2t. SHOES. LADIES Black Lasting half Gaitars, do. Bronze Moroco do , Black Kid and Bronze Slippers, " Goat; Moroco, and Kid Walking Shoes, : ' ' ' Misses' Shoes, children's do. r, i v -i .0 ,i!?ARTT & WTCHFORD. Raleigh, April 12, 1851. ........... , 46 . Blank. Warrants FOR Sale at the Standard office, printed oq fine whits paper. Also, Deeds for Land. Job Printing of all sorts executed . with nxtnona .nl Atmatr. J r . - f mnu ysij Jim forms. , Maj 1st, 1850. " -'sogtf A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. A Mine richer than those of " Ophir," easier of access than those on the " Yuba River," and as inexhaustible as tho grains of sand upon the Surf-beaten Shore of the broad Pacific. A Galaxy of lotteries, Unsurpassed in Brilliancy of conception, seldom equal led in the diversity of Capitals, and never excelled in their proportional arrangement, are all positively to be drawn in April. One order to the truly fortunate, Far .famed and Old Established bouse of ' " . PYFER & CO. . No. 1, Light Street, Baltimore, Md. Is an endorsed guarantee of a Handsome Prize. PROCLAIM jT TO THE WORLD t Nearly one Hundred Thousand Dollars. Cash paid for Prizes the last Month ! - Such glorious-luck never known lefore! Pyfer & Co., never fail to sell and pay the Large Prizes ! Be sure to address for a handsome Prize, the Old established Prize Office of PYFER & CO. . No. 1 Light Street, Baltimore, Md. Gorgeous Schemes for April, 1851. Confidence Strictly Observed. Date Capital No. of Price of Price of April. Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages. 1 $18,000 78Nos 13 drawn $5 $18 00 2 37,500 78 Nos 13 drawn 10 35 00 3 , 26,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 6 22 00 4 20,000 75 Nos .12 drawn 5 37 00 5 40,000 78 Nos 18 drawn 10 50 00 7 27,500 75 Nos 11 drawn 8 30 00 8 24,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00 9 5 of 15,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 10 35 00 10 24,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00 11 15,000 78 Nos 14 drawn 4 13 00 12 52,428 75 Nos 12 drawn 15 55 00 14 26,000 78 Nos 15 drawn 8 25 00 15 20,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 5 18 00 16 30,000 78 Nos 14 drawn 10 35 00 17 25,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00 18 3 of 10,000 72 Nos 13 drawn 5 15 00 19 40,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 12 45 00 21 5 of 12,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 8 23 00 22 20,000 75 Nos 15 drawn 5 16 00 23 37,500 75 Nos 12 drawn 10 35 00 24 20,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 5 18 00 25 ' 10,000 66 Nos 13 drawn 4 11 00 26 70,000 78 Nos 13 drawn 20 75 00 28 25,000 75 Nos 12 drawn 8 28 00 29 22,500 78 Nos 14 drawn 5 17 00 30 35,000 75 Nos 11 drawn 10 40 00 PLEASE OBSERVE. Correspondents will please bear in mind that tbe prices of Packages of Quarter Tickets only are pub. lixhcd in this paper. The Printed official drawings which Correspondents can rely upon as being correct, are always forwarded from Pyfer & Co's. Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspon dents who draw prizes at Pyfer & Co's. Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw four of the most splendid prizes in a scheme. In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Establishcd, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery Brokers, PYFER & O. No, 1, Light Street, Baltimore, Md. April 1, 1851. 33 LEATHER, LEATHER. WE are now receiving our Stork of Leather for the Spring trade, which, for extent, variety and qual ity, has never been surpasssed in Petersburg. We re spectfully request an examination by our customers and all others who may want any articles in our line ; and we pledge ourselves not to be undersold by any House in Virginia. Indeed, there are many articles of our own manufacture that we can sell oa low 83 they are to be had in any Northern city. Below we give some of the lead ing articles : 1100 sides Oak and Hemlock SoIe Leather. 350 do Russett and Waxed Upper Leather. 150 doz. CalfSkins, embracing 12 different grades. 150 do Lining and Bindings Skins. Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather. Bag Hides anr Hog Skins. Patent Leather of every kind. F. A. & R. H. FORD. No 21, Old Street. Opposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery. " Petersburg, Va N. B. - Always in store a supply of sewed and pegged Brognns of our own make at the lowest market prices. Petersburg, Va., March 8, 1851. 36 tf. MILTON FACTORY AND MILLS. J. B. Barrett & JT. 1 Newsom, Having purchased Mr. Thomas W. Holden's interest in tbe Milton Cotton Factory and Mills, Lands. Tenements, and debts due the Firm of Barrett, Newsom and Holden, will continue the Manufac turing and Milling business. They are now putting in operation a set of Woolen Machinery, for the purpose of manufacturing WOOImEJV goods, and will also have two good CARDING MACHINES in order the ensuing season, which will not only afford a market for the sale of Wool, but enable planters to get Domestic Woolens, Cotton Goods, and also Wool Rolls of the first quality. They have in their employment the most experienced mechanics, and will endeavor to merit public patronage. BARRETT & NEWSOM. Milton, March 25, 1851. 41 tf. $10,0001 State Bonds. Treasuht Officx, Raleigh, N. C, March 19, 1851. J PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until the 21st of April next, for the purchase of ten thou sand dollars worth of bonds, issued by the State of North Carolina, interest at the rate of six per centum per an num payable semi-annually and principal payable at the end of twenty years. Issuel under an Act of the Gen eral Assembly of North Carolina, at the session of 1848 '49, entitled " An Act to incorporate the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road Company." ; . Persons bidding will endorse ou their letters "Propos als for State Stocks." DANIEL W. COURTS, Public Treasurer. Raleigh, March 19, 1851. 40 td. $ 40,000 ! State Bonds. TitiaoBi Officx, Raleigh, N. ? March 19, 1851. PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until the 2 1st of April next, for the purchase of Forty Thou sand Dollars worth of bonds issued by the State of North Carolina, interest at the rate of six per centum per an num payable semi-annually and principal payable at the end of ten years. Issued under an Act of the General Assembly of this State at the session of 1850-'51 en titled " An Act to proride for the payment of the debts of the State." : . v . i : Persons bidding will endorse on their letters " Propos als for State Stocks." DANIEL W. COURTS, . Public Treasurer. Raleigh, March 19, 1851. ;' - "40 td. . ... ,t , ; , :) i': I. .O. O. F. - . .. :.i '. Grand Lodge of fortii Carolina, -, riHE Grand Lodge of this State will meet ia the Hall X f Mantea JLodge. No 8, in, the City of Raleigh, on Wednesday tbe 14th day of May, at 11 o'clock; A. M. . . .. : .. .. j ,WM- D. COOKE, Grand Aecxctary -Raleigh, April 2d, 1851. 43 w4u Basal FREElTfAltY HODGES. & Co. 1 IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS, No. 564 Liberty Street, New York, '. (Between Broadway and Nassau.) ARE now receiving a rich and beautiful assortment of Fancy Silk and Millinery Goods, to which we would particularly invite the attention of all Cash Pur chasers, and will make it an object for them to give us a call, as we are determined to el4 our assortment for Cash, lower than ever before offered in this market. ' Milliners can supply themselves with every article in their line, at aboiit the cost of Importation or Auction prices. Many of our goods are manufactured expressly tor our own sale", and cannot bo surpassed for beauty or low prices. Rich Hat and Cip Ribbons, a large variety. Silks and Satins for Bonnets. . , Crapes, Crape Liases, Tarletons and Illusion Laces. Trimmings for Hats, Caps and D'eses. Jenny Lind Caps, Party and Opera Head Dresses. Embroidered Capes, Collars, Cufls, and Chemisetts, Embroidered Edgings and Insert ings, Swiss and Mnslirr. --Thread, Brussels, Valenciene, Silk and Lisle Thread Laces. Embroidered, Reveire and Plain Linen Cambric Hkfs. Gloves aud Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread and Sew ing Silk. ' Scarts, Cravats and Dress Hkfs. , Swiss, Jaconett, Book Muslin, and Bishop Lawns. Embroidered, Damask and Plain Canton Crap" Shawls. A ull assortment or Straw Goods. French and American Artificial Flowers. With a large variety not mentioned above All wishing to avoid paying long prices will make money bv calling and satisfying themselves. Jan. 25, 1851. 2581. THE Undersigned respectfully informs the Ladies and the Public in ireneral. that he U x 57 u and his Agents are almost daily puting up Pianos in some part of North Carolina, on trial and for inspection ; and all Instruments that do not give satisfac tion, will be taken back and no charges made for trans portation or carriage. Persons wanting good Pianos will please send their orders. Address A. KUHN, , , No. 75. Greene st., Baltimore, Md. Z.i.t of Prices. With mctalic or iron plates. Entire metalic frame. 6 octave 180 to 250, $250 to 300, 6J 250 to 300, 275 to 350, 7 " 300 to 350, 350 to 500. Grand Pianos for 500 to 1000 dollars. The above named Instruments are elegantly Manufuc tnred in Beautiful Mahogany and Rosewood cases, of soft and sweet, or powerful and brilliant tone, as the purchaser may wish, with all the latest improvements that constitute a good and serviceable Piano. No hem lock or toy work connected with them. I would particu larly recommend the metalic frame; the climate or change of -weather has no effect on them, and are well adapted for the Southern climate; andean, with all safety, be carried by water or land to any part of the United States. The manufacturer is able to give any number of refer ences for 15 years back, of the durability of the Instru ment, by Professors, Amateurs, and in Seminaries, where they have been 10 to 13 hours daily in use for a number of years. April, 1840. " 806 eow ly pd. Baltimore Piano Manufactory. . Imjtortant Improvement ELASTIC UNIVERSAL TOUCH. WISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Boudoir, Square and Grand Pianos, request those wanting a first rate Instrument one that Ladie's can perform on with the greatest possible advantage, that is chaste of style, of superlative touch and tone, that will stand in concert tune, and last a life time, to call and see for themselves a sample Instrument at the Agent's oflicc Dr. W. R. Scott's. These Instruments are more in general use in the City among the first critics of arts and science, and to whom we have the honor of referring. :'ee the manufacturer's circulars, which ;..ay be obtained of the Agent. AU In struments warranted five years. J. J. WISE & BRO. Dr. W. R. SCOTT, Agent. Raleigh, Jan. 11, 1850. 20 6m. NOTICE. THE Subscriber", as successor to Cooke and Mi Buffaloe in the Livery business, will continue its opprrations in all its branches at his Stable on ilmington Street, aud solicits tbe patronage of his old, friends and the public generally. H is prices must be arianged agreeably to the prices of produce and labour, and will be from and after the 1st day ot February next, as follows, Pairs of horses per month '18 00 Single do do 10 00 do do week 3 50 do do day - 75 Quarterly settlements will be required in all in stances, and persons having horses now in my care are requested to take them away immediately, ifunwillng to comply with all the above conditions. JERE. NIXON. January 23, 1851 24 Spring Styles for 1851. R. TUCKER & SON have now ready for the inspection of their friends and customers a large and fashionable assortment of Hats, l suitable for the season. Consisting of Bebee's and Warburton's Extra Moleskin HATS, French style do. do. Men's MecJiun? Brim, Beaver, do. Cam peachy and Panama, do. Gent's Fashionable shape Panama, do. do. Leghorn, do. Boy's and Children's Summer, - do. - Men's and Boy's Mexican, do. Do. do. California, do. Palm leaf, Lcghorm, and Pearl Straw, do. Raleigh, March 19, 1851. . 40 CONFECTIONAIIIES, rnuiTS, fjijvcv goods, cigars, xc Sam'l. Mi. mil arks 9 Petersburg-, Va,, IS receiving per various packets and steamers from Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, a larga and splendid assortment of Goods in his line, which he offers to the trade at unprecedented low prices. Merchants and others visiting the city, would find it to their advantage to give him a .call. He would also state that he has now on hand the largest and finest as sortment of Cigars ever offered in this maiket. Petersburg, March 4, 1851. 36 , ' Tanner'! Oil. JUST received and for sale by . WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD & CO. April 8tb, 1851. ; , ; .; , 45 JOHNSON'S Patent Ice Cream Freezer. Colored and plain straw Matting. ' ' For sale bv R TUCKER 4. SON. i Raleigh, April 7, 1831. ; 45 MEN ALCUS LANKFORD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. M.OU1SBCRG, V. C ' Apni 7.; i85w . vj;;. ; ,v... ........,.; 45-tf.. A " FEW Gross of superior Matches on hand Iheyar J free from the smell of sulpher, and will be sold low by Raleigh, Jan, 1, 1851. 17 , P. F. PESCUD. SUPERIOR Lamp Oil, Linseed Oil,' Burning Fluid and ftesh Pheegeae Gas, just received4 and for sale by Raleigh, Jan. 1,1851. 17 P. F. PESCUD. GARDEN SEEDS, Growth of 1850; raised hy the United Society called . Shakers, and Dr. Landreth. . For sale by i 1 Henry D. Turner, . ; North Carolina Book Store. Kalelh, X. C. ! ''-. ? ' : : r : r ' ! ' Artichoke Green Globe.'.' : . : Asparagus Giant. i ; Beans Early China Dwarf, Early six weeks, (yellow,) Refugee, or thousand to one, Horticultural Pole, Large Lima, Carolina Lima. .1 , Beet Early Flat Bassano, Early Blood Turnip, Early Orange Turnip, French Amber JSKgar, White Selesta Sugar, Long Broad, Long Mangel Wurtzel. Broeoli Large Purple Cape,. Large White Cape. . Cauliflower Early, Large Late. . Cabbage Early Sugar Loaf, Early York, Early Drum head, Large York, Large Drumhead, Mammoth, (new,) Flat or Late Dutch, Drumhead Savoy, (new.) , i Celery Large .' Vhite Solid, Rose colored, Solid Silver giant, (new.) ,, Corn Early Hawk, Early Canada, Early Smith's White, Sioux or Dutton, Early Tuscarora, Early Sugar, Early White Flint Cress Our!ed or Pcppcrgrass, Broad Leaved, Extra Curled (new,) Water. Cucumber Early Green Cluster, Early Frame, Early Short Green, White Spined, Long Green Turkey, Long Green, (Keens,) Small Gherkins. Carrot Early Horn, Large Altringham, White Field. Egg Plant Large Purple, White, (ornamental.) Endive Green Curled, Broad Leafed. Kale Green Curled Scotch, Sea. Leek Large Scotch, or Flag, Large London. Lettuce Imperial Sugar Loaf, Early White Head, Ear ly curled Silesia, Large Green Head, Icehead, Ice Coss, Royal Cabbage Head early,' Extra Cabbage Head, Brown Dutch. Melon Large Musk, Large Yellow Cantclope, Green Citron, Fine Nutmeg, Ward's Nectar, Pine Apple, Persian, Pomegranate, Fragrant, Water Imperial, Wa ter Early Apple Seed, Water Long Island, Water Ca ' rolina. Water Citron, for preserves. Okra Long White, Short Green. Onion White Silver Skin, Yellow, Red, Welsh or French, for Soups. Parsnip Guernsey, Long White, Hollow crown. Parsley Plain or Single, Curled, Dwarf Curled. " ! Peas Early Cedo Nulli, Early Prince Albert, (new.) Early May extra, Early June, Early Chariton, Bish op's Early Dwarf, Large White Marrowfat, Large Black Eye, Dwarf Marrowfat. Radish Long White Summer, Early Scarlet Short Top, Long Salmon, Long Scarlet or Early Frame Scarlet or Cherry Turnip, Philadelphia Large White Turnip, Yellow Turnip, White Fall Spanish, Black r all Spanish. Carrot Long Scarlet or Blood, Long Orange. Sorrel English Garden Broad leaved. Spinage Broad Leaved Savoy, Round leaved, New Flanders Prickly. Salsify or Vegetable Oyster. Squash Bush Crook neck Summer, Dutch Summer Scallop, white and yellow, Vegetable Marrow, Sweet 1 otatoe, Valaparaitio. Tomato Large Smooth Red, Yellow, Cherry. Turnip Early Dutch, Large English Norfolk, Red Top Flat, White Flat, Rutabaga, Yellow'Swedish, French, white, Long White. Herbs Caraway, Dill, Fengel, Lavender, Lemon balm. Sage, Summer Savoy, Sweet Basil, Majo. Thyme. Gruss Secde White Dutch clover, Lucerne, Blue Grass Lawn Grass mixed, Cole or Cape Seed. Feb. 26th, 1851. 35 GARDEN SEEDS II 1RH.'1.VTED FRESH Jl.VD GE.yiTF.E February I, 1851. Asparagus Giant. Beet French Sugar, Mangel .Wurzel, White Sugar, Long Blood Red, Extra Early Turnip, Early Red Turnip. Borecole Purple. BrussePs Sprouts. Broccoli Superior White, Superior Purple. These are of genuine varieties, and with proper culture we war rant them to proiluSe flowers. Beans Early Vellow Six Weeks, Royal Dwarf Kidney, Early China Red Eye, Extra Early Six Weeks, Refugee or 1000 to 1, Late Valentine, Large Lima. Cauliflower Early White, Purple and others. Carrot Long Orsnge, Large White Field. - Cabbage Heart, Early York, Early Battersea, Early Sugar Loaf, Early Drumhead, Large York. Large Late Drumhead, Late Sugar Loaf, Late Flat Dutch, Large Bergen or Great American, Green Curled Sa . voy. Red Pickling or Purple, and ?ienrium Flat : Dutch. ...'.': i.i ' ' l-.i : : Celery White Solid, Giant Red, Silver Giant, Rose Colored, solid. Cress Pepper Grass. Corn Salad Large French. 1 ; Cucumber Early Frame, Early Cluster, Long Pickling, Early Yellow, Long Green, Long Green Turkey, Long White Spine. Encive White curled. Egg Plant Early Purple, Large Late Purple. Kale Green Curled Scotch, Sea Kale. : Lettuce Early Curled Selessia, Early Cabbage, Brown Dutch, Ice Drumhead. Melon Carolina Water, Long Striped, True Spanish, Mountain Sweet, Nutmeg, Citron Nutmeg, Fine Net ted Cantilope, Yellow Cautilope. - Onion Silver Skin, Large Red, White Onion Setts Yellow do. Parsnip Large Dutch, sugar or sweet. Peas Early Six Weeks, Prince Albert's extra Early, (earliest known,) Early Charlton. Coates new Impe rial, very superior, Royal Dwarf Marrowfat, Early Dwarf Prolific Pepper Red- Cherry, Cayenne, Largo Bell, Squash, or Tomato, Sweet Spanish. . Pumpkin Large Cheese, Cashaw, Mammoth. Radish Earlv Scarlet, Long Scarlet, Red Turnip, White Turnip. Squash Early Flat Bush, Egg or Apple, Lima or Co coanut and Crook Neck. Tomato Large Red, Pear Shape Large Yellow. Bird Canary, Hemp, Rape. , Sundries Early Corn, Lucerne. Okra, Turnip, Salsafy, Spinnage, Victoria Rhubard. Triple Curled Parsley, Mustard, Clover, White, Kentucky Blue Grass, Li cerne. Flower Seed, a general assortment. Those who wish a supply of Garden or Flower seed, will please send their orders soon. Country Merchants supplied npon such terms as will enable them to make a good profit. , P. F. PESCUD. , Raleigh, Feb. 19, 185 L 32 JANUARY, 151. HENRY D. TURNER has this day received the fol lowing elegant Works suitable for Presents, &c. ; - The Pathways and Abiding places of our Lord, with 20 engravings on Steel. - Women of the Old Testament. Reed's Female Poets of America, Illustrated with engrav ings aid Illuminations. , The life of Christ, by Rev. H. Hastings Weld. Washington Irving' s Sketch Book.. Tales of a Tray e Her. Oliver Goldsmith & Knickerbock er's.New Yerk. With engravings from designs by Darley. Proverbial Philosophy, 4to., 16 engravings, 12mo 12. The Winter Bloom, with 9 brilliant Illuminations in Oil colors., American Female Poets. ' Bv Caroline May 12 Illustrations.. British" ' Geo. W. Bethune 12 Illustrations, j ., . t. , iT . : - . , . , ,, .. ALL THE ANNUALS FOR 1851. ' ' t : Leaflets of , Memory, t Gem of the Season, '-' - ' Cabinet of Modern Art, - " The 8now Flake, -fc-.-i The Christmas Tribune. ' Keepsako of Friendship, 1 '. ine Keepsake, nt The Iris, Gems of Beauty, Token of Friendship, ; Friendship's Offering, ! xemperance Uttering. .. Bibles and Praysr Books of every edition and style of binding.; ., ;.n;mi-;t ;'ri.i ii;u Uvv- at . a Bficiiu.u BHuruucni oi j uveaue OOOKS. liames, q-c Raleigh, January 17,1851. 22 5 OO Acres of Land for Sale, "1in moore cotrwTr; w.' cV 9 9 .., Near the Coal Mines on Deep River. . THE undersigned having qualified as Administrator with the will annexed, on the Estate of L. K. Pratt J dee'd, will sell to the highest bidder on tbe 15th of Mar. next, on a credit of nine months, a Tract of Land in Moore County, and within one mile of the Coal Midh. on Deep River, and it is probable there is a quantity of Uoal upon it. i nis iraci oi iana nas no farm nor im provements npon ia ; it contains a quantity of the very' best long leaf pines. - ' ' - This situation is very desirable for a Turpentine fsrm. for burning Tar, making Shingles, and getting ton Tim ber, which may be had on -this land of any desirable size. There is also a good Mill site near the centre of the trac. This land sale is worthy the attention of the enterpris ing men ot the State. 1 his land,, lying in tbe bend of Deep River, above the. Gulf? within one miJe of Peter Evau's Mills, adjoining the lands of Wm. D. .Tyson.; George Wilcox, and others the above articles of trade will be convenient for boating to merchants down (he- Deep Kiver, one or two miles Horn navigation.' ' By reference to Cornelius Tyson, William D. Tyson, or George Wilcox, the land will be shown, or any in. formation given. JOHN BOROUGHS. ' Orange County, April 4, 1851. . - 882 ts. MUSIC STORE! HAVING returned from the Northern cities, after making the 'most careful and choice selection in his line, the subscriber is now prepared to ofTer to tbe public a splendid assortment of Musical Merchandise, embracing MUSIC, a targe and general assortment of the most popular and fashionable. New Music constantly received from New . York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, and any piece not found in his catalogue ran be procured in a week. PIANOS from the best manufactories of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore; and superior in ' workmanship and tone to any ever before offered in this or adjacent States for tbe same prices. Serapblues and Accordiaus. Violins, Violoncellos - and Guitars. A large and elegant assortment of the best Italian Strings. Persons wishing to purchase, either by the single string or bundle, will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing elsewhere. . .. .. Schools snd Seminaries supplied with Music, Instruc tion Books, Strings, Music paper, &c, on the most reason, able terms. Also, . ., , , .; ,, , ; Brass Band Instruments, Blank Books for Bands, and Band Instruction Books; in short, every thing in the Music Department commonly sought for and desired. Call one door North of the City Hall, Fayetteville Street. K. W. PETERSILIA. Raleigh, December 25. ' . f 16 $4.0Q REWARD, a ipaa.oeicABx.a.Txeisr, . Br Hi Excellency, David 8. Reid, GOVERNOR OF.. NORTH CAROLINA. W 'HERE AS, it has been represented to me that one Thomas Pitt, late of the i'ounty of Edge combe, did lately in the County of Cumberland in this State, murder one Tilman Hunt, late of the County of Guilford, and that the said Thomas Pitt has fled from justly and escaped beyond the limits of this State; Now, therefore, to the end that the said Thomas Pitt may be arrested and brought to trial for said offence, I do hereby issue this my proclamation offering a reward of Four Hundred Dollars for bis apprehension and deliv ery to the Sheriff of the said County of Cumberland. DESCRIPTION. The said Thomas Pitt is described as being 23 or 24 years of age, five feet ten inches high,, light, hair ap proaching Ted, has a down cast look, would weigh 160 or 165 pounds, teeth not very sound and upper ones project, cheek bones prominent, and has freckles on his face and hands. He was last heard of in Petersburg, where he passed under an assumed name. , vrM&r : Given under my hand, and with the Grejit Seal of the State of North Carolina, SiS&Zfifc the City of Raleigh, this 19th day of SSa March, A. D. 1851. -w.rv N. DAVID S. REID. - By order of the Governor. " ' v Thomas Settlk, Jr. Private See. .. March 19, 1351.. 40 P. F. PKSCUV, ..Wholesale and Retail Druggist - Faietteviile St. Ralxioh, N. C. ' OFFERS for cash, or approved credit, at the' lowest market prices,' a large and well, selected assortment uf East India. Mediterranean and European " DRUGS AND MEDICINES, French, l-'.iig-llsli and American Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic Soaps, " Prrfumery, Paints and Oils, . . Fancy Articles, ' Dye Stuffs, , , Fancy Soaps, ' Druggists Labels, Brushes, Window Glass, Extracts, Surgical Instruments, , Trusses, : ' Druggists' Glass Ware, Leeches, ' Shaker's Herbs and Roots, I'uhe Bbaxdt, Madeira, Sherrt and Pobt Wires, 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 itn every article comprising the stock of a Phy ' sician or Druggist. - ,! ' " April 7, 1850. . " 809 ; MOUNTAIN HOTEL, . MOROAJITOJf, Bnrke Co. RT.C. j' THE Subscriber, thankful for the very liberal pat lonagc heretofore received, would how inform the - ". , TRAVEL.1ulJ'G WBL.IC , that his House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. He has erected a row of Offices for Professional gentlemen, together with a commodious Hotel, all of which is entirely new The location of the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands the finest view' of the mountain scenery in the place; and is removed from the noise and uproar of a Court-yard and the Public Square, and yet sufficiently near for all the purposes of business. , ' ' . ' ' The subscriber promises to spare no pains to provide the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen tlemen of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding House. J. M. HAPPOLDT. . Morganton, July 25, 1850.; "; - "826 ly. Elnraoroas American Works, With Illustrations by Darley, Price 50 cents. POLLY Peablossom'a Wedding, " ' v " '"' ' Wild Western Scenes, " ' "; ' ' . Simon Suggs,' '- ' ' ' ' . , Chronicles of Pineville.''1-' ", f ' ' ' Drama at ' Pofcerville,' ' '' '"' ; ",t- ' :"' ': Mississippi Scenes, J. , ; . .s .... ' Adventures of a Southern Medical Student, Big Bear of Arkansas, , " , ' , k . Major Jones Courtship. 1 V For sale by HENRY D. TURNER. 'Raleigh, April 1st, 1851.' ' " 43 '.V i Colds Colds. THOSE who are suffering with Coughs and Colds will find at my Store Dr.' Wilies Coogh Candyi Jojnbe Paste, Wistar's LnEengM,- Wistar's Balsam 6' Wild Cherry. Bart bolomew'e Cough Syrup, Jay nes Ex pvctoraoU Cod Liver .Oil, Syrup of Naptba, andinjaJiy other remedies, lot diseases of .the J,ur,gt and Cbet..t:r u i . P. F. PESCUD. Decmber 4, 1850. 10-