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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEEKLY, $2 PER ANNUM KALEIGH, SATURDAY, MAY 241851. NO. 58. VOL. 1. THE NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD P biissm Whkt m Semi-Wsbklt, bt WILLIAM W. HOLDEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . ttE Weihit. 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I have just received a large stock of j;ri,ct from the Liverpool manufactories, which , ii rnnn lile terms, at whole- I am prepared to sen v SaToraU who arc disposed to encourage direct importa tions I would say that a lair share of patronage is all I ?n Vnable me to compete with any other importer in the L-nUed St;, I offer a fair chance to all who are disposed to build up Southern Independence. addition to the Crockery Business, I will continue to keep a large and well selected stock of Fanning Implements, to which I particularly invite the attention of my farm friends. lam continually in receipt of the latest im provements in these article, and will take great pleasure r . .. .. .ii .k .ra ,!ooirriisj nt examining in showing taem 10 au - " V, u i. them. Wilmington, Nov. 13, 1S50. 5 6m. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, FOR 185L E. L. HARDIES, & CO. . . i r 'AVE received within the lasi wees U-ai" 70 Yortn oi Superior READY MADE CLOTHING, OF THEIR OW.1 MANUFACTURE. Thev have bestowed particular care and attention tipmi the manufacturing of their Goods, and feel confi dent that tliey can Exhibit to their Customers, TJic Largest and Cheapest Stocfc In this Market. Those who wish to purchase good fitting Coats, pants, and Vests, made up in a superior style, will be well paid bv giving us a call. Raleigh, April 7th. 1S51. 45 4m. Gentlemen's Furnishing Articles. E. Ij. ISartliiig, V Co. AVE just opened a choice stock of Splendid Fasicv Silk Cravats, Black Italian, do. B ivathan Silk, Superior U'hife Silk. do. do. Plain and Figured Silk Pocket HaiulkPs. , Black salin Neck Stocks, fancy col'd Neck Ties, Skeleton Hair-stock, a pretty article tor a hot Sum mer's day, Bi'k and col'd Kid Cloves, White, Black, and Fancy col'd silk Gloves, India superior silk under shirts. G.mze Pat. .Merino shirts, White gauze cotton do. White. Fancy col'd -ilk J Hos, Superfine, white cotton J Hose, Bleached and unreached Jean Drawers, with pat ent Top", ice. &.c. &.c. Raleigh, Aprii 7. 1851. 45 4m. Shirts, Shirts, Shirts- r ft DOZEN Cotton shirts. Linen Bosoms and Col- i&Mars, with Byron and standing collars, also, with out collars, well made, and we will guarantee to give a fit or no sale. E. L. HARDING. Raleigh, April 7. 1831. 45 3in. Flue Black Doc skin Cass. Pants. PAIRS iust oi.ened. of sunerior cassimere. ' Entirely new stvle aid cut. The best fit ting Pants out, so evei jhody savs. E. L. HARDING, & Co. Raleigh, April 7, 1851. 45 m French Cloth Sacks. WE are now receiving the prettiest style of Loose Sacks, for Summer, in market. E. L. HARDING, &. CO. 45 4m. Raleigh, April 7, 1551. For the Benefit J all Concerned. 1 b. it understood that E. L. HARDING, & CO. M-9k ece ve as usual NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK.1 From their Houses iu Rlchmoud & Petersburg inin me ist of Ju'y. tu: : -i . J i ma eci)miuci iiune an advanhr. r- i. tht they wiH be constantly makinK additions to their (ock, wiiitu win aiwdjg uiaite it attractive. Raleigh, April 6, 185 ' 4- 4 Ileckcr's Prepared Tarina. V SJHIS article has been carefully and fully tested, and jm. is recommended oy ine ttieaicac frolession. as the uosi raiuaoie oi ail me tarinaceous articles now in use it being msch superior to Arron Root and Tanicia fn invalids and children. It impaats health and strength to cnuaren wno nave we.itc Dowels and leeble constitutions A supply just received and for sale by P. F. PESCUD. Raleigh, May 7. 52 H T a rrn K . lit' a ,re ard Water Proof Paint is now used TtT almosl excU8ively wriere its virtues are known. ...r v.uepe?, ana most desirable paint ever used, and ?S0IW'sh'ng to tr can see pecimens and pro cure circulars confining a full account of its merits at a f 'u' in " " "eep aconstant supply for sale A ISO- Cheart Paint rv.l t r J , r W11 a very low price. Faleigh.May 9, 1851. P" F' 8CVD. Wanted 1 000 BUSHE.LS 0F SMn, roa which the -a. J J y market price will be given. t, , . . . p- P- PESCUD. Raleigh, August Tth, 1850. 8S7 Brown Sheetings and Spun Cotton. 2000 YA?DS " Brwra Sheeting's, by the Bale A to 16 F, , l "uiitirc. opuu ooiron, AOS. - J J. BROWN. Raleigh, Feb. 4, 1951. No. 9, Fayetteville St. . ,'27 Fob Printing. Cuicaat the Standard Prlut.OtW FRESH DRUGS, ItIEDICINES,C. & WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, & CO., ARB now receiving large additions to their stock of Drugs, medicines, Chemicals, PAINTS, OILS, DVESTUFFS, XVindoic Glass, Perfumery, Xc, ttc from the most reliable Houses in the Northern Cities which have been purchased with an eye single to their pur.ty, and are offered for sale at such prices and on such terms as shall compare favorably wilh any house in the State. Physicians, Country Merchants, and Dealers gener ally, will do well to give us a call before purchasing, feeling assured we shall not fail to please both in point of price and quality. Orders promptly attended to, and particular attention given to packing and forwarding. Family Medicines and Prescriptions compounded at all hours ot the day and night, by a competent person with neatness and despatch. We tender our most sincere thanks to the citizens of Raleigh and the surrounding country for the long and liberal patronage we have received, and trust by untir ing zeal and energy to please, in the prosecution of our business, to merit its continuance. Raleigh, Apri2l 1, 1851. 49 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 offer to the public a splendid assortment of Musical Merchandise, embracing MUSIC, a jarge 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 can be procured in a week. PIAXOS from the best manufactories of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore; and superior in workmanship and tone to any ever before ofl'cred in this or adjacent States for the same prices. sieraphlues and Accordlaits, 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 aid desired. Call one door North of the City Hall, Favetteville Street. K. V. PETERSILIA. Raleigh, December 25. 16 NORTH CAROLINA JIUTUAL. IXSURAKCJE COMPANY, RALEIGH, N'. C rHE following persons have been elected Directors I and Oilicers of this Company for the present year DIRECTORS. Dr. Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B. Roulhac, Richard .Smith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. V. Whit ing, T. II. 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, f.'lizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander Mitchell, Newbern, W. N. H. Smith, Murfreesborough, II. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and A. T. Summy, Asheviile. All Directors are authorized to receive applications. 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, Richard Smith, Executive Committee. John Primrose, J This Company is now in successful operation, and is prepared to effect insurance against fire on all kinds of property, (Steatn Mills and Turpentine Distilleries ex cepted.) All communications in reference to insurance should lie addressed to the Secretary, post paid. J. C. PARTRIDGE, Sec'y. 793 Raleigh, January 2, 1850. 500 Acres of Land for Sale, XN aiOOUE COINTY, K. C. Near the Coal Mines on Deep River. THE undersigned having qualified as Administrator with the will annexed, on the Estate of L. K. Pratt, -1 ,i. . i t - . .1-11 , ,r.i r .. ec a, will sen 10 ine nignesc uinuer on me loin oi may iext. on a credit of nine months, a Tract of Land in Moore County, and within one mile of the Coal Mines, on Deep River, and it is probable there is a quantity of Coal upon it. This tract oi land has no larin nor im provements upon in; it contains a quantity of the very best long teat pines. This situation is very desiraoie lor a i urpenune farm. for burning Tar, making Shingles, and gelling ton 1 im ber, which may be had on this land of any desirable size. There is also a good Mill site near the centre of the tract. This land sale is worthv the attention of the enterpris- ng men ot the State. 1 his land, lying in ine Denu oi Deep River, above the Gulf, within one mite ot feier Evan's Mills, adjoining the lands of Wm. D. Tyson. George Wilcox, and others, the above articles of trade will be convenient lor boating to merchants down the rppn River, one or two miles from navigation. By reference to Cornelius Tyson, William D'. Tyson, X iit ' i . 1 1 1 . i 1 U . n- .nil In. or Leorge wucox, mis iauu win u oiiu, v formation given. JOHN BOROUGHS. Orango County, April 4, lool. ooj is. Clot lis, Cassimeres, &c. At No. 9, FATETTKT1L1.E St. BLACK French Cloth, Black Doe Skin Cassimeres. Fancy Cassimeres, a general assortment. Good and Common Vestings. Black Satin do Silk and Worsted Serge, Padding and Canvass. Bed Blankets, various sizes. White and Black Cotton Wadding. Gentlemen's Marino Shirts and Half Hose. For Sale low by J. BROWN. Raleigh, 28th Oct., 1850- 839 tf. For Sale. CARPETIG,Tuled Hearth Rugs and CarpctBind ,nft , 7LNe8r B!nkets. Negro Kirsy, Marlboro Stripes, 100 ps. Dark and Light Prints, Dohloys and Napkins, Sup. t able and Towelling Diaper, Bird's eve Diaper, With a eeneral assortment ot Crockery and Glass ware among them, White Granite DinnerandTea ware, Ewersand Basins, White China Tea Setts, and Cups and Saucers, Cut and Moulded Goblets.Tumblers and W ine Glasses, J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville street, Raleigh Oct. 28, 1850. ' 83 ALEXANDER MACRAE, JR., IMPORTER OF CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHERN WARE, And Wholesale & Retail Dealer In all kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, South Side of Market St. Wilmington, ft. c Wilmington, Nov. 27, 1850. 8ly.' EVANS & COOKE, One Door Move Richard Smith' Old Corner xiax,33igjj:, iff. e. WE would respectfully inform our friends and the public generally that we intend keeping constantly on band a full supply of Dry Goods, Hardware, Cutlery GROCERIES, &c. and indeed every thing found in similar establishments They present the following as specimens of their Stock. Chent, Jasper, and Black Silks, Silk Tissue and Alborines, 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 h 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, alt of which the Subscribers intend selling Cheap for Cash, or to punctual dealers on a short credit. Don't forget to give ui 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. 39 NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS! R. TUCKER, & SON. TTTE would most respectfully invite public attention T f to our extensive and well selected Stock for the Spring and Summer trade of 1851 Some of which : are Rich Chcme and Chamelian Furlard and Indian, Black Gro De Lyon, Glace and Silver Grev, Silks, do. do. do. White and Colored Satin, Organdi, Silk Tissue, Toil DeLinde, Challeys and Grenedinee, Printed Constantines, Fancy French Jackoncts, Barege DeLane, Imperial Cfienie Gingham, Pink and Buff Linen do. Orange, Purple, and mode col'd Lawns, Dotted Swiss Muslin, Embroidered and solid Tarltons, MarceJines and Florences, Swiss, Book, Mull, Nainsook, and cheek Muslins, Rich Bonnet, Neck, Cap, and Cuff Ribbons, Embroidered Canton crape Shawls, Needle work, Capes, Collars, Cuffs and Puffs, Do. do. Cbemifets and Undersleives. Embroidered and corded bordered scolloped hdkfs, Paris Kid Gloves, first quality. Silk and Linen, Buttons and Trimmings. Real and Imitation Valencienn Edgings. 11. TUCKER & SON. March 19th. 1851. 40 MRS. LANE'S ASTRINGENT MIXTURE. rlHIS Mixture is a safe and sure remedy for cholic, I diarrhea, summer disease in children, and indeed for disordered bowels generally. DIRECTIONS. Give to a child two years old, twenty drops in a little sweetened water, once in every two hours, and to a child under two years old, from five to twenty drops, oftcner ffound necessary, until tbe disease is checked to a cnild from two to five years old, thirty drops once in two hours to a person over five years old, a teaspoon full once in four hours. When the disease is checked dimin ish the quantity. Should the mixture check the disease too suddenly so as to bring on fever, give salts in small doses until a gentle action from the bowels is brought about. When the btomach is so irritated as to reject the mixture, it should be given in injections of starch in double quantities. CERTIFICATE. We the undersigned, neighbors of Mrs. Lane, having frequently used her astringent mixture in summer com plaint and disordered bowels, take great pleasure in cheer fully recommonding it to the public. It may be admin istered to the tenderest infant without fear, and with every assurance of a speedy cure. Having used it in our families, we speak trotn personal knowledge. WM. H. WATSON, A. U. ftOKTHAM, B. SANDERS, JOHN E. ALLEN, J. H. DANIEL, B. SMITH, ELIZ. MORNING, J. W. B. WATSON, EDWIN BOYKIN. Johnston County, N. C, April 26. 50 The above Medicine is for sale by Benjamin Bron- son, Bmitnneld, anu oy jr. r . rescuu, ivaieign. Important to MILX.ERS & MILL OWNERS ! . fTSA HE Undersigned would respectfully inform those JL engaged in the Milling Business in N. C. .that he keeps constantly on hand, and will supply at the shortest notice, that almost invaluable article YOUSG'S IMPROVED PATENT SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE. The only Machi ne of the kind that has stood the test and triven satisfaction to the public. It has surplan'ed every Smut Machine yet offered in the State, more or less of which has been taken down to mane room ior u. i ne nubiic need fear no imposition, as there are now some 280 Machines running in N C; and I wish to ofler no other references than the gentlemen who are using them, whose exnectations have been more than realized in their performance. It not only thoroughly cleanses the Wheat Ot Smut, DUt also purines ll oi ail oilier suusiam-es, almost to perfection. It takes up but 4 feet square in the Mill, and requires but little power. It is warranted lor nve years against DreaKing or wearing uui, uuiw to retain its cleaning qualities for that lime. There are a number ot tnese macnines mrougn wnicn 100,000 bushels ot Wheat have been cleaned, and they have never been out of order one day. There was awarded to it the premium at tne Maryland Slate Fair, and a Premium with a Silver Medal, at the I?aii of the Msrvland Institute, at Baltimore, last Fall. Address the Subscriber at feoutn Lowell Mins.urange rnnntv. N. C. jrnu. A. MOiArm-vcn. December ZI, lbau. 15 tf. 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, uu ayo ui name GEORGE AARON, tie is anout years oio, o ieei 4 inches hizb. black complexion. Ho came here as a seaman from Boston in September last. He pretends he is free, and says he was raised in Brooklyn. New x orK. The owner of said negro is requested to come forward prove property, pay charges and take him away, other erwise he will be dealt with as the law directs. OWEN FENNELL, Sheriff1. Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 10, 1851. 44 6mw. (Pr.Adv. $8) Cod Liver Oil. fMHE three kinds of Cod Liver Oil, comparatively JL considered, with reterence to their Chemical and Theraoeutic Propertie.,y S. J. DeJongh, M. D. Forealeby - i tl: u- vwt R. Raleigh, April 25, 1851. 60 THE PILOT MOUNTAIN, .1 SUMMER RET RE JIT. rpHIS GRAND CURIOSITY is situated in Surry I county, two miles west of the Stokes and Surry line, and near the main road leading from Germanton and Salem to Rockford, 18 miles from Germanton and 25 miles from Rockford. The Pilot Mountain House, 1 miles front the pin nacle, has been newly fitted up for the approaching sea son, and no expense or attention will be spared to render enjoyment to visiters who may be pleased to seek health or pleasure at the Pilot Mountain. One mile from the house is a fine mineral spring, and a good carriage road leading to it. The aseent to the pinnacle has been rendered perfect ly safe, and comparatively easy, by ladders made for the purpose. Tbe view from this point is the grandest spec tacle in North Carolina if not in the whole southern country, being a huge shaft run up 1800 feet into the blue etherial arch, from a comparatively level surround ing surface, and embracing the Blue Ridge and Allegha ny Mountains, from the peaks of Otto to the north 80 miles, to the Table Rock in South Carolina, A 00 miles including within the range Paris Mountain, Sparta iburg district, and both peaks of King's Mountain in York ui trict. The larne number of visiters to this grand curiosity has greatly increased within a few years, and the sub scriber can assure the public that all who come shall enjoy themselves so far as depends upon him. The number of visiters during the last season, as shown by the register, was between three and four hundred. A good Guide to conduct visiters up the pinnacle, and to point out the different and distant objects, will always be in attendance. Travellers passing over the Blue Ridge, by Mount Airy, will lose but little in time or distance, by calling at Pilot Mountain House. The purity of the air, the excellence of the water, and the beautiful scenery, never fails to invigorate the enervated and the invalid, and to make robust tbe man of health. The plank road from Fayetteville west (now comple ted to Carthage) will go to Salem, within 25 miles of tbe mountain, and if extended, will probably go within a mile of it. Sixty miles of it will be completed this sum mer, bringing the traveller nearly half way to the moun tain. His prices are very moderate, as he wishes to encour age and induce the people of the State to visit this one of their grandest curiosities. WM. GILLAM. Pilot Mountain, April 15, 1851. 865 tf. fiajpa THE Undersigned respectfully informs the ?pTnff ales an(l t'le Public in general, that he l je M 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. Ijit of Priectt. With metalic 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 Manufac tured 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 toywork connt'cted 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 tbe 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 cow ly pd. OLIVER PHELPS, Jr. ATTORNEY AND COVSgELLOU AT LAW, Washington City, J. C. 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 before Congress and the Exective Departments including claims for Bounty Lands, Pensions, Patents, Return Duties, and to the settlement of accounts of Public Of ficers, and agents of the Government. Address as above post paid, office on Pennsylvania Avenue, between 4-J and C streets. He has the pleasure of referring to His 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. Senator 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 3m. Baltimore Piano Manufactory. Important Improvement. ELASTIC UNIVERSAL TOUCH. XTTISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Boudoir, Y f 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 office 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, s'ee the manufacturer's circulars, which may be obtained of the Agent. All 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 ffaloe in the Livery business, will continue oppe rations in all its branches at his Stable On -l lUlluginn oireei, aim suilcn me iaL(uuage ui ilia old friends and the public generally. H is prices must be arranged agreeably to the prices of produce and la Dour, ana win De irom ana aner ine jsi dav of February next, as follows, Pairs of horses per month 18 00 Single do do 10 00 do do week 3 50 do do day io ' Quarterly settlements will be required in all in stances, and persons having, horses now in mv care are requested to take them away immediately, ifunwillng to comply with all tbe above conditions. 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, i suitable for the season. Consisting of Bebee's and Warburton's Extra Molcskio HATS, French style do.- do. Men's Medium Brim, Beaver, do. Campeachy and Panama, do. , Gent's Fashionable shape Panama, do. do. " ' . ; Leghorn, . do. Boy's aud Children's Summer, do. . Men's and Boy's Mexican, , do. Do, do. ..California, , ; , do., Palmleaf, Lcghorm, and Pearl Straw, do. Raleigh, March 19, 1851 40 - P. F. PESCUD, nViolcsalc ana Retail Druggist, xtiLXBiGir, sr. e. HE has in Store and is now receiving his A Spring stock of English, Mediterranean and American Drugs, JflEOICIJVES And PERFUMERY. Also, PaiKts. 01ls Wi.VDow- Glass, tit. &c. Which were selected by himself of the importers and manufacturers, in the Northern cities, and purchased almost exclusively for cash. From his increased facili ties and large purchases, he is sure he can sell all arti cles in his line at as low rates as they can be had this side ol the Potomac, after adding cost ot freight. Physicians and country merchants would consult their interest by Riving his stock and ptice an examination, feeling confident that he can please all Who paliuliize his establishment Terms Six months credit or six per cent, deducted for rash, on orders amounting to 50 and upwards. All accounts must be paid, or closed by note the 1st of every yea. P. F. PESCUD. Raleigh, April 19, 1S51. 49 GUN'S DOMESTIC MEDICINE, Or Poor Man's Friend s in the hours of affliction, pain and sickness, a safe and reliable guide. THIS book points out, in plain language, free from doctors' terms, the Diseases of Men, Women, and Children, and the latest and most improved means used n heir cure, and is intended expressly for the benefit of families. It also contains descriptions of the Medical Roots and Herbs of tlic United States, and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases. It is arranged on a new and simple plan, by which tbe practice of Medicine is reduced to principles of common sense. This invaluable book has passed through many edi tions ; it has now been revised and improved in every respect, and enlarged to nearly double its former size ; and contains nine hundred octavo pages. It does not propose to dispense with physicians in se vere cases; but it does propose to save thousands annu ally, by putting the means of cure into every man's hands, and of saving many valuable lives (which is of far more importance) by instructing individuals how to check disease in its beginnings, before it has acquired too much strength to resist and overcome. For sale at the N. C. Book Store, bv HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh, April 25, 1851. 50 LEATHER, LEATHER. "V7E are now receiving our Stock 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 wc pledge ourselves not to be undersold by any House in Virginia. Indeed, there are many articles of our own manufacture that we can sell as low a:i they are to be had in any Northern city. Below we give some of the lead ing articles : 1100 sides Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather. 350 do Russett and Waxed Upper Leather. 150 doz. CalfSkins, embracing 12 different grades. 150 do Lining and Binding Skins. Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather. Bag Hides anr1 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 an J pegged Brogans of our own make at the lowest market prices. Petersburg, Va., March 8, 1S51. 3G tf. The Subscriber has for Sale Two, CHINE Fig'd, and plain changeable silks. Black Groe De Rhine. Sik and Bl'k Alpaca, Silk and cotton Trimmings, Hyacinth and other silk Buttons, Bonnet. Cap, Neck. Belt and TafiVty Ribbons. French, Cambric and other Linen Cambric Handk'ls., While, Black, and col'd Kid Gloves, sew ine silk. Jaconett and Swiss Edgings and Insertings, spool cotton, White ana til k silk and cotton Hose, a great vanefy. Brown and White 4 hos. Merino -h hose. Jaconett, cambric, checked and plaiu Swiss Muslin, Cambric, Lmnify and paper cambrics, Brown and While Holland, 100 pieces Calico, various prices, 100 pieces Bleached and Brown sheetinsand shirtings, Kentucky Jeans, coftonades and Bed Ticking. Apron check, brown and bleached Jeans White Granite ami other Crockerv. a ureat varietv. Loaf, crushed, clarified and Brown Suuar. Old Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee, English Mustaid, Summer and other Hats. Collin's Axes, Expected soon, by the R.& G Rail Road a eeneral as sortment ol Hardware and C'ulery. Call and examine mv stock, J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville St. Raleigh. April 22, 1831. 49 MILTON FACTORY AND MILLS. J. ES. Barrett & 3. I Ncnoin. Having purchased Mr. Thomas W. Holden 's . interest in the 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 U'OOI.JS.V 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 W ool, but enable planters to get Domestic Woolens, Cotton Coeds, and also Wool Rolls of the first quality. They have in their employment the moat experienced mechanics, and will endeavor to merit public patronage. BARRETT & NEWSOM. Milton, March 25, 1851. 41 tf. FRANKLIN PAPER MILL, On Sih street, near the Petersburg Depot, Richmond, Virginia. IS in good order, managed by a superior paper maker, and is turning out Printing paper, (for News,) single and double medium ; Envelopes and VV rapping Paper, equal in quality and as low in price, as any Manufactory in the l;niteu states. On hand, a good assortment of Cap and Letter, fan cy colors, for pamphlet covers; Manilla, of various sizes, fa first rate article for packing newspapers, &c.,) blue and brown Cotton Yarn Paper, &c. Orders lor any description, ot any weight and dimen sions, executed at ine suoriesc nouce. Wasted Linen and Cotton RAIjS, for which the cash will be paid on delivery at the mill, or remittance made as mav le directed. April 18,"l851. 863 w4t SELECT CLASSICAL SCHOOL. THE Subscriber intends to open a School for Boys, on the 16th of July next, in Alamance county, 12 miles west of HilUboraugh.and 20 miles north west of Chapel Hill. Tbe dnsign is to have a school in which boys raay be thnronsh'.v menaced for College or for business, in a sit uation remote from lemotalion. to idleness or vice. The n.,mhpr of scholars will be limited to thirty, who will board in families in the immediate vicinity of Ibe Academy, two in a room. He will be assisted by R. W' Wilsok, A. B Trrms Jf 75 per session, in advance, for Board, To ition. Room, Bed and Bedding, Fuel and Washing.- Circulars containing further information, can be ob ra-nnd on anoli cation io Rev. A.WiNon. D. D.at Hilla' borough, N- C. until 1st June, and after (hat a Burnt Shop, Alamance-connty, JN.c. ...... ' ALEX. WILSON. " Hillsborough, N. C April 9, 1851. 47 4t. Toll the Bell still Louder! Toll it Convey ye winds the Joyful sound from Currituck to Cherokee from the Aroatook to the Sabine, THAT THE "XMXIORTAI, IBSECT" Is at Rome Again I New Spring and Summer Gccds FOR 1851. Messieurs OLIVER & PROCTER, R. R R- R. WE are now receiving and opening st our " Grand Emporium of Taste, Fashion and Elegance, " Ugly Row, opposite Lougee's, one door above Litch fordV, and hard by Towle's and Primrose's, a choice selection of vernal and solstitial Fabrick fcr male ap parel, embracing every color and variety, of which the following are a part : Black, blue, olive green, brown Dahlia and Zephyr Cloths, Drapd'Eteand Cashmerelts, all colors, for Sum mer coals, Black, single milled doe kin and fancy French Cassimeres of every variety, white and colored French drillings, warranted not to lade when washed ; Embroidered Satin, and Marseilles, white and colored, entirely new and very beautiful ; Plain white, and Buff Marseilles ; Figured Satins, Silks and Shally Vestings, All nf these goods were selected by The Bug " in per son from the latest importations and can be confidently recommended to our tuends and patrons as being pre cisely 1 he llnngs" lor spring and summer cost um ery. The Express I'rain Oh, where are tbe words that can truly impress. I he fleasure we teel when we re on by express I Till, Slam Vina la ln anA the. urhi.flrt ia hAArri- . . e . - -f- , " - , The bell gives the signal, we're oiTlike a bird. i nroun mountains ana valleys, rignr tinware w a prras,' Hurrah! then hurrah! we are off by express. Our flight's like the eaeles's, as fearless and brave; The flig tells of safety as gaily it. Waves. The rails are all clear, and the Monarch's ahead; See lorth from his nostrils the deep glare ot red. Still onward and onward we gallantly pres, Hurrah! then huirah! we are off by express. Towns, cities and hamlets, have passed in review, Like some diorama ot beautiful hue. Our journey's accomplished, safe, safe as a dait. Our Irame not fatigued, nor oppressed is Ihe heart. With fire and spirit right onward we press, Huiraii! tlieu hurrah! we are sale by express. What applies to the rails is in commerce the same. And hence "The BUGG'S " greatness, aud hence, "The BUGG'S " fume. Express is his motto; in matters of dress, He leceives all his fashions and models by express. All Ihe qualifications The Bugg " does possess. To outstrip all slow trains "thus he wins by express, Expressly his fabrics are made for this mart. Expressly he nuitures his cutters of art ; Expressly fur him Ihe best workmen's retaine Expressly lor all such prime clolhes he's sustained ; Expressly fo please you, his efforts progress, Expressly in beauty and cheapness of dress. OLIVER &. PROCTER. Merchant Tailors, Raleigh, N. C. April 16, 1S51. 47 POST SCRIPTUM. Spring and Summer Clothing, lg51, WE ate now opening a beautiful supply of Cloth ing. Frock, dress, and sack coals of clolh, Cashrr.e rett and Alpacha, all colors. We have a few dozen Skeleton French sacks without lining made of Cash merett's and Zephyr cloths in which we defy competi tion (for Gentlemen's summer wear.) Grass Linnen frocks, super. Irench drilling pantaloons all colors cheap and warranted in all respects. Cassimere pantaloons. Vests, cravats, gloves, pocket hand'kV, suspenders, shirt collars new style in tact every thing usually kej.t by Merchant Tailois or furnishing Houses. O &. P. Youth's Clothing. WE have also on hand a complete assortment of Youth's Clothing Frock Coals, of clolh, Alpacha. Tweeds, and Brown Linen, also Sacks, Pantaloocs, ofall kinds, either forschool purposes or Sunday. Vesta of all kinds. We invite the especial attention of pa rents and guardians to this branch of our trade, as we will sell clothing cheaper than you can buy the Goods, and warrant (hem ia all resprcts. OtP. To Fancy Gentlemen. WE have a few Highfalutin' Lowvulgar, Peru, Sedundric and Jaybird slripes and Plaids for Pan:a toons. O. b. P. Shirt! Shirts! JUST received a full supply of very superior Dress Shuts. O. tc P. THE LATEST Pari, London, and Northern Fash ions juvt at hand. Grateful evei for the patronage uniformly besfowed onus so liberally by our patrons since our commence ment in busines.-, we will pndeavor to merit its contin uano by renewed exertions for their internal as well as external welfare. O. & P. April 16, 1651. 47 MOUNTAIN HOTEL MORCASTOIf, Onrke Co. V. C. Mif THE Subscriber, thankful for the very liberal rat- lonage heretofore received, would now inform the TRAVELLUYa PUBLIC that hi House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now enlarged. He has erected l row of Offices for Professional gentlemen, together rvith 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; ar.d is removed from the noise and uproar of a CouU-yard and the Public Square, and yet sufficiently near for ell Ihe purposes of business. The subscriber promises to spare no pains to previa Ihe invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen tlemcn of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding House. J. M. HAPrOLDT. Morganton, July 25, 1850. 826 ly. NEW STOCK OF BOOTS, SJECOjBS, & 8X.X3?XJJ118. THE subscriber has just returned from the Northern Markets, where be has laid in a large and beautiful stock of articles in his line of business, embracing every de scription of fine and coarse wear. His stock for Ladies and Misses, comprises every quality of Slippers, Walking Shoes, whole and half Gai ters. &c, &c., and his supply for Gentlemen sod Boy's, such as will suit the taste of all. He has also laid in a large supply of materials in his line, and brought on a firstrate workman from the Nor'.h ; and is therefore prepared to manufacture BOOTS, SHOES, &C-, in a atyle unsurpassed by any other estab lishment in the City. All he asks is a trial, feeling assured that he will be able to give satisfaction both in quality and price. - - . HENRY PORTER. .. South East Corner Capitol Square. ; Raleigh, Oct. 23d, lSSn. S38 1 Xew If OTcIt. . TIME tbe Avenger, by the author of "Letiice Ar nold." &c . Franconiau Stories, by Jacob Abbott Malleville, Wallaco, "Beechnut, May Bell, May Erekine. Illustrated. For sale by H. D. TURNER, N. C. Book Store. Raleigh, May 7, lflil. 62