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will 11 AM W. HOLDEN,
Tsks or the Wiikh. Two dollars per annum
ilvance, or within the first month , Two dollars and
(Tftvcents, if payment be delayed six months ; and Three
Dollars, if not paid within six months from the time of
"tmS"" thb Semi-Wbskit. Four dollars per
urn in advance, or within the first month; Four
hilars and fifty cents, if payment be delayed six months;
,nd Five Dollars, if not paid within six months from the
time of subscribing.
The above rules will be inflexibly adhered to.
Advbtisemests not exceeding fourteen lines will
. inserted one time for one dollar, and twenty-five
rents for each subsequent insertion ; those of greater
nth in proportion. Court orders and Judidicial Ad
vertisements will be charged 25 per cent higher than the
bove rates. A reasonable reduction will be made to
those who advertise by the yeaT. Advertisements inser
ted in the Semi-Weekly Standard, will also appear in
the Weekly Paper, free of charge.
Subscribers, and others, who may wish to send money
to the Editor, can do so at all times, by Mail and at hii
risk. Receipts for all sums will be promptly transmitted.
Letters to the Editor must come free of postage.
THIS Company has been in successful operation for
more than five years, and continues to take risks
upon all classes of property in the State (except Steam
Mills and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon favorable terms.
Its Policies now cover property amounting to $4,500
000 a large portion of which is in country risks; and
its present capital is nearly Six Hundred Thousand Dol
lars, in bonds properly secured.
The average cost of Insurance upon the plan of this
Company has been less than one third of one per cent
perannum, on all grades of property embraced in its ope
rations. TrIE following persons have been elected Directors
and Officers of this Company for the present year :
Dr. Josiali O. Watson, Jos. G. B. Roulhac, Richard
Smith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. W. Whit
in;, T. H. Selby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill, Fayette
vMe, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hoyt
Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, John Cox,
EJenton, Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph H. Pool,
Wizab?th City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander
Mitchell, Newbern, W. N. H. Smith, Murfrcesborough,
II. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and
A. T. Suinmy, Asheville.
All Directors are authorized to receive applications.
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, )
All communications in reference to insurance should
lie addressed to the Secretary, post paid.
Rileigh, June 16, 1851. 65
Mutual Life Insurance Company
THIS Company continues to insure the lives of all
healthy White persons and Slaves.
The greatest risk taken on a single life is $5000.
Slaves are insured for a term of one to five years for
fls Iheir value.
,Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President,
Win. D. Haywood, Vice President,
James F. Jordan, Secretary,
Win. H. Jones, Treasurer,
Perrin Busbee, Attorney,
Dr. Win. H. McKee, Examining Physician.
J. Hersman, General Agent.
All losses are paid within 90 days after satisfactory
proof is presented.
Blanks and Pamphlets, showing the plan of operation
of the Company, may be had on application at the Of
fice, or any of the Agencies. All tetters on business
should be addressed to JAMES F. JORDAN,
April 28, 1850. 51-
Important to
"lHE Undersigned would respectfully inform those
M. engaged in the Milling Business in N. C., that he
seeps constantly on hand, and will supply at the shot test
notice, that almost invaluable article
.The only Machine of the kind that has stood the Zealand
given satisfaction to the public. It has surplanted every
smut Machine yet offered in the State, more or less of
which has been taken down to make room lor it. The
public need fear no imposition, as there are now some 280
Machines running in N. C; and I wish to offer no other
references than the gentlemen who are using them,
whose expectations have been more than realized in
weir performance. It not only ihoroughlv cleanses the
vneat ofsmut, but also purifies itofall other substances,
m,t Perfectin. It takes up but 4 feet square in
ne Mill, and requires but little power. It is warranted
iiirnve years against breaking or wearing out, and also
' to retain its cleaning qualities for that time,
inn Iu'V "umber of these Machines through which
100,000 bushels of Wheat have been cleaned, and they
nave never been out of order one day.
1,1 h"e.was arded to it the Premium at the Maryland
P.;, rVJ' !?d a Prem'un with a Silver Medal, at the
la , Maryland Institute, at Baltimore, last Fall.
rn, l, Subscriber at South Lowell Mills.Orange
county, N C. . JN0. A. McMANNEN.
December 21, 1850. 15 tf.
HE Subscriber, having four Plantations containing
about 4,500 acres on this River, is disposed to sell
one of them, and to a good neighbor, who will continue
, "ysjera of improvement, the terms will be made
ery advantageous. The estate contains about 1000
acres consisting of the usual portions of low grounds,
W" Z 870unds' nd uplands, part of Which has
wen greatly improved by Liming, Plaster and Clover.
Norfolk8 eTadTantae of River communication with
eoonb. P,vinuth 5 Railroad to the former will
i. rehnr0.?pleted' and tf the RaleiSb and Gaston Road
UK . d he etatejriH from Raleigh in
unquesfcV del The health of thc ,ow Country ha.
nXrn,yrchan8ed withiilhe last ten year-, so it is
no longer unsafe to reside there.
w cu,5)H-K-BURLw
BV5atrf;mWt: M' GILLESPIE. The Philosophy
Actte. ' Tran8lated from the French of
iS' T,f the Maid of Orleans'." The Gold
Received t&D"y8 We ,ive in Novol.
Ralh, JuUf1851 HENRY D- TURNER.
A VEnvS"Sar n-e Syrup.
of "'wVr6,1! iost at D'u Stoe
December 19 WILLIAMS, HAIWOOD, & CO.
THE Second Session of this Preparatory School will
commence on the 1st Monday in October next, under
the Superintendence of Mr. William Cisiol, a Gradu
ate of a University of Pennsylvania, who comes recom
mended by Dr. Wm. A. Smith, President of Randolph
Macon College.
The Trustees now flatter themselves, that the School
is permanently established, and hope since they have
taken every pains to secure the talented services of a
highly educated gentleman, to be sustained by the friends
of education in this portion of the State.
Smithfield, once looked upon as an unhealthy location,
has for the last 6 or 7 years become entirelv regenerat
ed ; and will now rank first in healthfulness and beauty of
appearance, among the Villages in the eastern half of
the State.
Tuition per Session of 5 months :
Reiding, Writing and Spelling, $ 6 00
Geography, Grammar and Arithmetic, 10 00
Higher Branches and Mathematics, 12 00
Greek and Latin,- 18 00
Board can be obtained for from four to six dollars per
monin. By order of the Trustees,
H. J. BELL, Sec'v.
Smithfield, August 25, 1851. 882 tf.
The Subscriber has for Sale Low,
CHINE Fig'd, and plain changeable silks,
Black Groe De Rhine. Silk and BlTc Alpaca,
Silk and cotton Trimmings, Hyacinth and other 'silk
Bonnet. Cap, Neck. Belt and Taffety Ribbons,
French, Cambric and other Linen Cambric Handk'fs.,
White, Black, and col'd Kid Gloves, sewing silk,
Jaconett and SwissEdgingsand Insertings, spool cotton,
White and BlTc silk and cotton Hose, a great variety.
Brown and White $ hose, Merino i hose,
Jaconett, cambric, checked and plaiu Swiss Muslin,
Cambric, Dimity and paper cambrics, Brown and White
100 pieces Calico, various prices,
100 pieces Bleached and Brown sheetingand shirtings,
Kentucky Jeans, cottonades and Bed Ticking,
Apron check, brown and bleached Jeans.
White Granite and other Crockery, a great variety,
Loaf, crushed, clarified and Brown Sugar,
Old Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee, English Mustaid,
Summer and other Hats, Collin's Axes,
Expected soon, by the R.&. G. Rail Road a general as
sortment of Hardware and Cutlery.
Call and examine my stock,
No. 9, Fayetteville St.
Raleigh. April 22, 1851. 49
THE Subscriber, as successor to Cooke and
Buffaloe in the Livery business, will continue
its opperations in all its branches at his Stable
on Wilmington Street, and solicits the patronage of his
old friends and the public generally.
H is prices must be arranged agreeably to the prices of
produce and labour, and will be from and alter the 1st
day 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 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, if unwillng
to comply wit nau tne aoove conditions.
Ja n uary 23 , 1 85 1 24
I HAVE just received from the Man
ufacturers a large lot of Plows of vari
' ous patterns, Cultivators, Corn She!
1 lers. Hay Cutters, Corn Mills, Churns,
Harrows, t anningMills in (act, every thing compris
ing a complete stock of Farming Implements.
My sample room will be arranged in a day or two,
when I will be most happy to see all who are interested
in such articles. ALEX. McRAE, Jr.
Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 24, 1850. 848
WILLIAMS Traveller's and Tourist's Guide
through the United States, Canada, Sic. This
book will be found replete with information, not only
to the traveller, but likewise to the man of business.
In its preparation, an entirely new plan has been adopt
ed, which, we are convinced, needs only a trial to be
fully appreciated. For sale bv
N. O. Book Store.
Raleigh, June 8, 1851. 63
Valuable Land for Sale.
Valuable Tract of Land containing 208 acres, lying
- between four and five miles West of Kaleigh, on
both sides of Walnut Creek, and adjoining the land of
Rev. Thos. Meredith and others, will be sold on reason
able terms.
For further information apply to
Raleigh, August 21, 1850. 829
PS. Marlborough Stripes and Plaids (for servants,')
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
Raleigh, 1st April, 1851. 43
Kendall's .Great Work.
THE War between the United States ar.d Mexico
Illustrated ; embracing Pictorial Drawings of all thc
Principal conflicts, with a description of each Battle. By
George Wilkins Kendall, author of the Texan Santa Fe
Expedition. Received at
TURNER'S Bookstore.
Raleiob April 2d 1851. . 43
TN his finely furnished Room warrants the Likenesses
perfect, and to please. His reputation is so well known
in North Carolina, it is useless to say more. Call at fat
mer and Ramsay's Jewelry Store.
Raleigh Nov. 25, 1850- 8 tf.
Willis New Work.
HURRY-GRAPHS, or Sketches of Scenery, Celeb
rities, and Society, taken from life by N. Parker
Willis. " Filled to the brim with graphic descriptions
and brilliant word paintings of men and things, (just the
men and things, one likes to be posted up withall.) The
Hurry-Graphs cannot fail to find ten thousand buyers
and a hundred thousand readers," Price $1 25.
Also, by the same Author, " Rural Letters," " People
I have met," Sec, &e. J list received and for sale by
Raleigh, June 11, 1851. 63-
E Iji. Harding, & Co.
Have just received a new lot of
Black Lustre SACKS, Grass and Brown Linen Sacks,
and FROCKS, White and Buff Marseiles VESTS,
Fancy Cass. PANTS,- &c.
July 28, 1851. 77
PA DDED Yoke Seam Shirts a few dozen just re
ceived, fine quality. E. L. HARDING, fc Co.
Raleigh, July 26th, 1851. 77
New American Novel.
rT-HE MOTHER IN LAW by Miss Emma D. E
I Nevitt Southworth, Author of " The Deserted
Wife." Retribution." Shannondale." &c. .
The Author oLthis volume has won golden opinions in
ber'literary career. The present tale is destined to be
widely popular. It is told with dramatic interest.
Just received and for sale by
Successor to Pomeroy ft. O'Neal.
Raleigh, May 23,1851. 58
Third Annual Pair of the
THE Third Annual Fair of the South Carolina Insti
tute for thc promotion of Art, Mechanical ingenuity
and industry, will be held in Charleston, South Carolina,
opening on Mohdii, 17th November, and continuing
during the week.
Specimens in every branch of Mechanism, Art and
industry ; also of Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Tobacco and al
other Agricultural Products, is solicited, for which uitcr
ble premium will be awarded.
The following special Premiums are offered
For the six best specimens of Steel made from Spar
tanburg or other Iron, the product of a Southern State,
and manfactured into edge Tools of any kind A Gold
N. B. A specimen of the Steel in Bars to be sent
with the Taols.
For the largest quantity of Cocoons raised on one
plantation, not less than ten bushels A Gold Madel or
For the largest quantity of Spun Silk the produce of
any one plantation, not less than ten pounds A Gold
Medal or Premium of $50.
For the best Sea Island Cotton Gin, on some new prin
ciple, superior to that now in general use ; or for any
real and important improvement on the present one A
Gold Medal.
For the invention of a suitable machine for Pulveris
ing Red Pepper A Gold Medal.
For the best Steam Engine a Gold Medal.
For the best model Steam Fire Engine A Gold Med
al. A large and commodious building has been selected
for the exhibition, and every care will be paid to the re
ception and care of articles sent to the Fair. All Speci
mens must be in by the 13th of November.
Contributors to the Fair are respectfully requested
when they forward Specifications for Exhibition, to send
full descriptions of the Articles, and such information in
general as maybe of use, and proper for publication,
Address J. H. TAYLOR.
Chairman of the Committee of Correspondence.
June 16, 1851. 65 td.
Jewelry, Watches, &c.
3 DOZEN gold lever Waches, from 40 to $150
4 doz. Silver " " " 20 to 50,00
A large Assortment of Fashionable Breast Pins,
Finger rings, Ear rings, gold Spectacles and Pencils,
Watch Chains, Seals and Keys, Lockets, Cuff Pins,
and Pens, Silver, Pearl, Tortoise Card Cases,
i?lated Spectacle Cases and Napkin Rings,'
6 dozen silver spectacles; spring steel and plated do.
26 doz. silver Spons, Ladles, Sugar Tongs and Cups,
A large assortment of G. S. plated spoons.
, Forks and Knives for table use,
A large assortment of Razors and Knives,
Plated Castors and Candlesticks,
Plated Waiters and Baskets,
Assortment of Clocks from 6 to $30,
Perfumery, Extracts, Cologne and Soaps,
Shaving, Hair, and Nail Brushes,
Money Purses and Pocket Books,
Tea Setts of Waiters, Table Knives and Setts,
Revolving Pistols, best quality,
Chinese Fans and Boquet Holders.
Walking Canes, Stc, Sec
Thc above goods have just been purchased North and
we think excel any previous stock in Beauty and Fash
ion. We are better prepared to repair all kinds of
Watches and Jewelry, having purchased Tools and Ma
terials for doing every thing in our line.
Raleigh, June 11. 1851. 02
ARE now receiving large additions to
their stock of
Drugs, medicines, Chemicals,
Window Glass, Perfumery, Kc, &'c
from the most reliable Houses in the Northern Cities,
which 'lave 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 with any house
in the Slate.
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 of 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 vre have received, and trust by untir
ing zeal and energy to please in the prosecution of our
business, to merit its continuance.
Raleigh, April 28. 1851. . 49
Copper work. Turpentine SI ills, Ac,
THE Subscriber informs the public that hcis still car
rying on his business in all its branches, at his Shop
near the Raleigh Depot. Turpentine Stills made to or
der, in the best manner, and warranted to work well ;
and all kinds of work promptly done in copper, brass
steel, iron, &c.
Constantly on hand and for sale locks of all sorts and
sizes, guns, pistols, &c. The Subscriber only asks of
the public to give him a full and fair trial, as he is deter
mined not to be surpassed in his line. The Subscriber's
establishment being the only one of the sort in all that
region of country, he confidently appeals to North Caro
linians and to the friends of home industry, to sustain
Now is the time to Save Fuel.
BUCK'S Patent Improved Cooking Stoves, also, Stan
ly's Air-tight, suitable for Parlors or private rooms.
I am the only Agent in North Carolina for Buck's Pa
tent Improved Cooking Stoves. Any person wishing to
purchase I would respectfully refer them to the follow
ing gentlemen, who have them in use : Messrs. Charles
Dewey, Dupree, D. Cameron, W. H. Haywood, Col.
Yarbrough, E. P. Guion, and Geo. W. Mordecai.'
P. S. His Establishment has been removed to Fay
etteville Street, Raleigh, N. C.
Raleigh, Sept. 1st, 1850. 797 tf.
Parasols and Umbrellas
PLAIN, Changeable Figured and Cheni Parasols, va
rious colors Green and Black, Cotton and Silk Um
brellas. ' Also, Chinese and other Fans. For sale by
No. 3, Fayetteville S
Raleigh, April 28, 1851. 51
E. L. HARDING, & Co.
Beady Made, of the First Quality.
Also, a complete assortment of
Telegraph Bonding, Fayetteville St.
x. rT. iiEDiirs, . & a. t. ssorr &
Raleigh, July 30, 1851. 77
Just Received.
Hhh. Refined Brown Sugar. J. BROWN.
No. 9, Fayetteville St.
No. 15, fayetteville Street, Raleigh.
THE undersigned intends visiting New York in
SfA the course of a few days, for the purpose of select
JLE. ing his stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which he
is determined shall compete with if not excel any stock
that can be introduced into the Southern Market.
He would invite the attention of his friends and cus
tomers to a beautiful lot of
ready-made: clothing
manufactured in his own Establishment, which cannot
fail to please, and which he will dispose of on the most
favorable terms.
During the absence of the undersigned his business
will be conducted by his Foreman, Mr. Boubbox Smith,
whose long experience will enable him to attend to
every branch thereof as well as though the under
signed himself were present. He can safely recommend
Mr. Smith to his patrons and friends as having few equals
in the science of cuttiig and manufacturing cloth. No
one, therefore, need hesitate for a moment to visit the
Establishment on account of the absence of the sub
scriber. Ever thankful for the patronage heretofore so liberally
bestowed, the undersigned will endeavor to merit a con
tinuance and extension of the same, by renewed diligence
and the promptness with which the wants of those who
may honor him with a call shall be supplied.
September 8, 1851. ' 89 4t.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends of
Oxford and its vicinity, and former patrons of Raleigh,
that he has changed his place of residence and is now
in the employment of Mr. T. R. Fentress as a Foreman ;
and hopes that he will secure for the Establishment in
which he is engaged, at least a portion of the patronage
of his former friends and customers. He therefore in
vites them, one and all, to call on him at the well known
House, No. 15, one door above thc Post-office, where
they will find him at his post, and ever ready to give his
entire attention. He can say, with confidence, that
he will offer to those who may favor the House with a
call, as great bargains as ran be had in the State.
He would reyirn bis sincere thanks to his old friends
and customers in Oxford for the liberal encouragement
bestowed on him during his stay there ; and he hopes,
by prompt attention, to merit a continuance of the same.
Raleigh, Sept. 8, 1851. 89 4t.
The Raleigh Register, Star, and Spirit of the Age,
will each insert three times.
JT. R. Rarrett Sc JT. O If ewiom,
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
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.
Milton, March 25, 1851. 41 tf.
Baltimore Piano Manufactory.
Important Improvement,
"TTTISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Boudoir,
Y y 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. ;'e the manufacturer's
circulars, which may be obtained of the Agent. All In
struments warranted five years.
Dr. W. R. SCOTT, Agent.
Raleigh, Jan. 11, 1850. 20 6m.
II umorotts American Works,
With Illustration by Darley, Price 50 cents.
POLLY Peahlossom's Wedding,
Wild Western Scenes,
Simon Suggs,
Chronicles of Pineville.
Drama at Pokerville,
Mississippi Scenes,
Adventures of a Southern Medical Student,
Big Bear of Arkansas,
Major Jones Courtship.
For sale by HENRY D. TURNER.
Raleigh, April 1st, 1851. 43
flfHE Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Garden, by Patrick
-IL Neill. A practical Treatise on the Cultivation of
the (jrrape Vine on Open Walls, to which is added a
descriptive account of an Improved Method of Planting
and managing the roots of Grape Vines, by Clement
Hoare. For sale by
H. D. TURNER, N. C. Bookstore
June So, 1851".
THOSE Cigars have arrived, and old and compe
tent connoisseurs, have pronounced them the most
superior cigars which have been brought here for sale,
for many years. They consist of old Regalia, Principe,
cheroots, London size havanna, and German of various
brands. P. r'. FKSUUU.
rii"" I hive also in store and am daily expecting fresh
Congress Water, London Dock Porter a nc! Brandy, Sher
ry, Madeira and Port Wines, selected for Medicinal pur
poses ot the Importer warranted pure. v.v. r.
April 22, 1851. 49
And Wholesale & Retail Dealer in all kinds ot
South Side of Market St.
Wilmington, IV. C.
Wilmington, Nov. 87, 1850. 8
RonnetsS pring Style, 1851.
JUST Received, a varied assortment of Misses' Flats,
Boys and Infant's Hats, Sec, Artificials &c, &c
Also, a handsome lot of Parasols and Ladie's Umbrel
April 8th, 1851. 46
milE Rantist Psalmody, a Selection of
-1 Hyms. By Basil Manly, D. D., and B. Manly, Jr.,
University of Alabama. Published by the Southern
Baptist Publication Society, Charleston, 8. C, 1851.
Harpers' Magazine for Septemer.
Also, a few copies of the International Magazine. By
Stringer & Townsend, N. Y.
Just received by - ; " 5 W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, September 10th, 18501. 89
B JAKE'S Fire and Water Proof Paint is now used
rost exclusively where its virtues are known. It
is the cheapest and most desirable paint ever used, and
any person wishing to try it, can see specimens and pro
cure circulars containing a full account of its merits at
my store. I shall shall keep a constant supply for sale.
Also, cheap Paint Oil at a very low price.
Raleigh, May 9, 1851. 63
No. Fayetteville Street,
YOU will find a beautiful assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Embracing every article usual in Dry uoods atores.
Also, Hardware, Hats, Cape, Boots, Shoes, Groceries
&c, Ate.
In addition to the above, the subscribers are daily re
ceiving their Fall purchase, which is extensive, and, in
point of cheapness, cannot be surpassed by any in their
line. We are ever grateful for past favors, and beg a
continuance of the same.
August 30, 1851. 86
Wholesale and. Retail Druggist,
HE has in Store and is now receiving hid
Spring stock of
English, Mediterranean and American Drags,
Also, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Sic. &c.
Which were selected by himself of the Importers and
miniiiacturers, 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 o( the Potomac, after adding cost ot freight.
Physicians and country merchants would consult their
interest by giving his stock and prices an examination,
feeling confident that he can please all who patronize
his establishment.
Terms Six months credit or six per cent, deducted
for cash, on orders amounting to $50 and upwards. All
accounts must be paid, or closed by note the 1st of every
year. P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, April 19, 1851. 49
Ifew Confectionary & Grocery Store.
3 Doorm below the Post Office.
fXTTVI. GRIFFICE, & CO. have opened a Confec
T V tionary and Grocery Store, in Raleigh, 3 doors
below the Post Office, where they have on hand, and
will sell on reasonable terms the following articles :
Sugar and Coffee, Crushed Sugat,
Do. St. Croix, Havana do.
Candles and Soap, Pepper and Spice,
Black and Imp. Tea, Copperas and Ginger,
Saleratus and Snuff. Brooms, &c. &c.
. Myers' Best Chewing Tobacco.
Best Scgars, Water Crackers,
Dolls, Accordians, Butter and Soda, do.
Fancy Candies, Citron, Prunes, Cocoa Nuts,
Almonds, Filberts, English Walnuts,
Palm Nuts, Figs and Raisins,
And every thing usually kept in a Confectionary Store.
They will say to the public that they carry on the
Candy Making Business,
and without boasting they can assure the public that they
will sell the best Candy as cheap as any house in the
place, and warrant it to be as good as nan be made.
Merchants and others, buying by the wholesale, will
find it to their interest to give them a rail.
Raleigh, October. 9, 1850. 836 tf.
Henry D. Turner,
Publisher. Rookseller and Stationer
No. 1, FiiETTEViim St. Raleigh, N. C.
HAS always 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, Sic,
Blank Books, Ledgers, Journals, Day Books
Pass Books, Bank Books, Record Books,
Blank Check Books, and any other kind
that may be wanted manufactured
to order.
Together with a general assortment of Stationery.
Particular attention given to filling ail orders complete
from Booksellers, Merchants, Teachers, and private indi
viduals. And every article in his line sold at the lowest
mices for cash or approved credit, either at wholesale or
All new works received as soon as published,
1 Raleigh, August 27, 1850. 830
( Successor to Pomeroy & O'Neal,)
No. 16, Fay. Street, opposite Post Office.
Raleigh, N. C
HAS on hand a large and valuable collection of The
ological, Law, Medical, Scientific, Agricultural,
Miscellaneous and School Books ;
Blank Books and Stationery of all kinds.
Prices very low. Call and Examine. Orders filled
with despatch.
Raleigh, May 24, 1851. 58
American Flower Garden.
DIRECTORY, containing practical directions for the
Culture of Plants in the Flower Garden, 1-reen
House, Rooms, or Parlour Windows, for every month
in the year, by Robert Buist, Nurseryman and Florist
For sale at the N. C. Book Store bv
June 25, 1851. 66
THE American Miller and Millwright's Assistant,
by Wm. C. Huehes. IlluxtiaWd with cut ot Ma
chinery. &.c. in 1 vol. 12mo. f I. Just received and
for sale by W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, June 20, 1851. 66
LADIES Black Lasting half Gaitars,
do. Bronze Moroco do
Black Kid and Bronze Slippers,
Goat, Moroco, and Kid Walking Shoes,
Misses' Shoos, children's do.
Raleigh, April 12, 1851. 46
Xlofir Rcdwoou Sc. Procter's Pharmacy
PRACTICAL Pharmacy the Arrangement, Appa
ratus' and Manipilaitons of the Pharmacetical shop
and Laboratory by Francis Mobr, Ph. D. .and Theoph
ilus Redwood ; Edited with extensive additions, by
William Procter, Jr , Professor of Pharmacy in the Phi
ladelphia college of Pharmacy ; Illustrated by 500 En
gravings on wood. For sale bv
Raleigh, April 25, 1851. 50-'
Of tne Soldiers of tne War of 112,
DETACHED from the Militia of North Carolina in
1812 and 1814. Published in pursuance .of the
resolutions of .the General Assembly of Jan. 28, 1851,
under the direction of the Adjutant-General.
Copies can be sent by mail. Postage must lie pre
paid. Price of Book 91 ; postage five cents; Book and
postage $1 05. " For sale by
Raleigh, August 30. t. - - ( i 86 ?
BABBIT'S Soap. Pnwder.and Orain's Soap for wah
ing without labor and warranted to take the stains
out of table Linen and Napkins. A fresh ertpply just to
hand and for sale by p. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, May 7, 1851. 62
Just arrived and Rally anning.
. . . i I
RESPECTFULLY announce to the public, that
many of the most desirable articles embraced in
their large and extensive assortment of Fall and Winter
Goods, selected with care, by one of the firm, in the
best Northern markets, hate been already received and
opened ; others are daily arriving, and they flatter
themselves Ihey wilt be prepared to meet the demand
for goods of every description, on as good terms aa they
can be sold in this market. Thankful for, and encour
aged by the very liberal patronage bestowed upon them
since their connection in business, they have ventured
to lay in a very heavy stock, to which they invite tfte
attention of purchasers, hoping their effort to accom
modate will not rail ro please.
The attention ot the Ladies is respectfully invited to
the following desirable Dress Goods :
Super Brocade and Chamelion Silks,
Blue, Bl'k and White Watered Do.,
Bl'k Gro De Rhine and Italian Do ,
Solid and Fancy Lute String Do , . ,,
Brocade Poult De Soi ,
Cashmere De Ecosse,
Fig'd Brilliantes,
Lupins French Merinos, '
English and German Do.,
Solid Pa ram ell as.
Rich Fig'd Paris De Laines,
Plain and Fancy Poplins,
Bl'k Silk Laces,
Deep Si!k Fringes, . .
Pans Kid Gloves,
Buttons and Trimmings',
Scolloped Embr'd Hank'fs,
Swiss, Jackonet, and Tarllan Mo.Um,
Chemisetts, Collars, UndersleeVes and CuHi, ,
Muslin Bands, Edgings and Insertings, Ac, fee.'
W. H. & H.-S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, September 3, 1851. 87
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER,
Partners and Successors to
Nbs. 6 Sf S Fayetteville street, Raleigh.
AT this Establishment will be found, at all times, one
of the best assortments of FINE GOODS in the
City. The Stock is entirely new. and it comprised ot
Fashionable Moleskin and Beaver Hats;
of the manufacture of N. V. Warborton, and N. H.Beebe
St Co.
jiuoi.iJi, jtrn seal itn.iu iiats.
Army, Navy, Ariel, Riding, Travelling, lress,
and Opera Caps.
The utmost efforts will be exerted ta maintain for the
Merchandise of this Establishment the rank of superi
ority and relative cheapness which has hitherto com
mended it to the approval and preference of gentlemen
of taste. 87
BROCADE, Chamelion, and Satin De Chine Silks ;
Plain-end Black Silks ; , .
Brocade spun Silks ;
French DeLaines and Cashmeres ;
" and English Merinoes ; .
A large lot of DeLaines and Chamelions ; . . ; .
Alpaccas from 17J cents per yard up ; ..
ALSO, Emb'd L. C. Hdkfs. ; French worked Collars and Cuffs ;
Ribbons. Silk and Kid Gloves, Black Silk Lace,
Velvet Scarfs, Trimmings for Ladies' Dresses,
Genu. Sup. Cravats, black and colored.
Just received by EVANS & COOKE.
August 30, 1851. 86
NE half Pipe Cogniac Brandy, Dark,
" " " r"ale,
J Golden Sherry Wine, "...
$ Madeira Wine,
8 Cases Claret Wine, all of the purest quality, and
selected for Medical purposes.
15,000 Superior Havanna Cigar,
14 dozen Congress Water,
1 2 " Seidlitz Powdera,
12 " Soda do. . . ..
And a large supply of
Msseiices, Spice,, Cooking Wine, Drufts, Paints,
Medicines, Chemicals, Tobacco, -and
which I will sell very low.
P. F. PESCltD,'
Wholesale ash Retail Drs6!ST."
No. 16, Fayetteville 8t.
Raleigh, N C.
August 20. 1 85?
" A flew Law Dictionary
4 ND Glossary containing Definitions of th princi
J pal terms of the Common and Civil Law together
with translations and explanations of the various techni
cal phrases ; embracing also all the principal Common
and Civil Law maxims. Adapted to the jurisprudence
of the United States, by Alexander Burrill, Counsellor
al Law. 2 vols. 8vo. JfjS.
Also, Adams' Equity, 2 50 ; Storry's wurks on Law;
Chitty's works on Law. For sale at the lowest prices,
' (Late Pumeroy O'Nral.) -
W. L. P. will receive subscriptions lor the new aeries
of Lnglish Reports in Law and Equity, now publishing
in parts by Messrs. Little & Brown. Pifcc $1 per. No..;
$10 pery.'ar : 13 Nos. bound iu six, $2 per vol.
Raleigh. May 26. 59
A New Digested ITItiiiiiaJ of the Acta of the
General Assembly of North Carolina, from the
yt ar 1838 to the year 1851 i nclusi ve (omitting all private,
local, and temporary acts.) with lelerence to Judicial
decirtions. By J am es Irkdkl l,. Price $3.
Peisons at a distance desiring the woik, can have it
transmitted to them by mail, fbbb or postage, upon
their inclosing the price to the anbsenber.
. Agent for the Proprietor.
Raleitih. Sepi. 3, 1851. . 87 1m.
UlcIVIauon's American Gardener.
ADAPTED to the climates and seasons of the Unit
ed States; Containing a complete account of all th.
work necessary to be done in tne
Kitchen Garden,
Pleasure Gronnd,
Fruit Garden,
For every month iu thc
Flower Garden,
Green House. .
. Hot House, and
Forcing Frames,
year, ninth edition, greatly
This is an invaluable work to all who wish to obtain
any information on the subject of Gardening in all ita
various branches. Also, the Ladies Flower Garden Di
rectory by Downing. For sale at
t . . TUKttJSK r,
N. C. Book Stoore.
Raleigh, March 20, 1851. ' 40i.
LADIES' Kid and Goat Buskins;
" - - Goat welt Boots; ' ,
- ... . . . . . .-i
M Uses' and Children's uoac wen doois.
Just aeceived by EVANS & COOKS
August 27,1851. ' 1 '
... For Sale at tne ' '
- A DIGESTED MANUAL of the Arts of the G.en
lf eral Assembly of North Carolina, from tbo year
tS3 the vcar 1846," inclusive,' omitting all the Acta
of a private and local nature, and such as were tempor
ary, and whose operation has ceaseed td exist.
, -r: OX JAM3 IKLVXtliii rncs ai ov.
Raleieh. Sent, 2851. 88-

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