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IMPORTA1IT TOTAMILIES X
1 S. CRANE'S u
WASH MIXTURE, OR SOAP,
For Washing Clothes-Abo, for Washing Chamni
and Bcattifying Fainted Surface, the WoIJs,
Ceiling, and Entries
ROomsof Private and rM"B?M'nf'
tU Fronts, Doors and Windows of
Fancy Dwelling the Pews
and Interior of Church
es Furniture,- the
Stale Rooms and Cabins of Steamships, Steam
. bvats,andPacket-Shtptf Passenger
Cars, Brasses. Iron hatting,
Glass or Metallic Sur-
-tttarBANTED to give entire satisfaction, and des
VV Sj to effect an entire revolution in the business
-k. 1-nn.treas being an improved preparation lor
Washing Clothes perfectly, with astonishing facility ana
wasning v-ioiu i j of Esery
3y. of Tbatever size can do all their washing in less
inTn one hour, without the labor of rubbing, pounding,
bleaching or the friction of .machine, thus saving time,
expense and labor, and securing exemption from the d,s
expense uu . , fatimie incident to the
rarmreTvfS7wMFe Clothing itself will be
saved from the wear and tear of the wash-board and
friction, and last much longer.
The undersigned, having purchased from the Patentee,
the sofa right and interest for the State of North Caro
lTa,"n his8Patent Compound Wash Mixture hereby
intorms the Public, that he wishes to dispose of Family
or County Rights for Hie same.
t living at a distance, wishing to procure the
riaht to make and use this Valuable Preparation, can do
2 by remitting FIFE DOLUB8 to me at Ral
eieh, which amount will entitle them to a family right,
which right shall be sent by mail immediately, with the
proper directions to make and use the same. I am ui
Possession of a large number of certificates from Ladies
and Gentlemen of high standing, not only in this State,
but in Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina ; but, 1
deem it unnecessary to fill a long Advertisement witb
them, unless requested, as the article will speak for it
self, and is so favorably known in all the Northern and
I aim to Tisit all parte of the State at as early a day
as possible, to give the Public an opportunity of testing
its value. .... .
JOHN J. CHRISTOPHER, is my authorized Agent
for this City during my absence.
WESLY WHITAKER, Jr., is the General Travel
Feeling satisfied by the use of this Mixture va vay
own Family, that it cannot fail to please all who try it,
I invite all to call and see or send in their orders to
J. J. RYALS.
Raleigh, Sept. 23, 1851. 94 tf.
FOR HEW YORK.
' THE New and Elegant Double Engine
side wbeel Steamship
1200 tons burthen, Lxwis Pabkisb, Commander,
Will leave City Point on TUESDAY EVENING, 23d
insL, at 8 o'clock, for New York, and will continue to
Every Tncsday, at the same Hour.
Returning, the Roanoke will leave New York
Erery Saturday Evening at 4 o'clock,
Making the trip in about thirty hours.
Passaoe and Fare, to or from New York, $10.
HW For Freight or Passage, apjJy to
SAMUEL G. BAPTIST,
Petersburg, Sept., 1 851. 887 5tw.
OLD AXES MADE NEW.
THE Subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and
the public generally that be has taken the stand
formerly occupied by Mr. Silas Bams, and that he is
prepared to execute any Job in his line as Blacksmith,
particularly OLD AXES MADE JiEW. Having served
his Apprenticeship with Mr. Burns, he flatters himself
that h Will nemtnat. thj. rhsnri,r y rst n fnrm enetsainj.il
by that Establishment. i
My Gist Mm. is in good order ; all Corn brought to
it will be strictly and promptly attended to by
RALPH M. ANDREWS.
Raleigh, October 1, 1851. 887 w6m-
State of If ortn Carolina, ITasb County.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Aug. Term, 1851.
Evan H. Morgan, Ex'r. of Thomas Bryant, vs. John R.
Carpenter and wife Eliza and next of kin of Thomas
Brvanu Probate of a Will.
XT a ppeariDg to the satisfaction of the Court that the
JL Defendants residi
Defendants-res.de beyond the limits ol this State : It i
j,,r j.j .i. . , . ..
is therefore ordered that publication be ir.ade in th
North Carol rna Standard for six successive weeks, no
tifying the said Defendants to appear at the next Term
of this Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be held
for the County of Nash, at the Court House in Nashville,
on the 2nd Monday in November nxf, then and there
to object to the prohate of the last Will and testament of
Thomas Bryant, if thev see proper.
Witness, G. W. Wa'rd, Clerk of oor said Court at Of-
nce to r ash vi Lie, t be 2nd Monday of August, and in the
76th year of American Independence, A. D. 1851.
G. W. WARD, C. C. C.
Sept 3, 1851. Pr. adv. $5 62$. 87 6w.
State of If ortn Carolina, Martin Co.
Timothy W. Ward and others, vs. John P. Turner and
TO Mr. Ed. G. Hammond : Sir Yon are hereby no
tified that I shall attend at my Oflice, in William
ton, on Thursday the 20th day of November next, for the
purpose of taking testimony in the above named cause,
a5 . In"-3.-"18 "P."""" account as Executor, with the estate
of William W. Ward, dee'd. at which time and place
you can attend if you think proper. And you are hereby
turther notified, that in case you fail to attend on the 20ih
ovec;br as aforesaid, I shall proceed at the end of
thirty usys thereafter, to make up said account absolute.
Witness, C. B. HasseM, Clerk and Master of our said
a rT ioc?u,t7 at 0ffice this the lst day of September,
c . L , C. B. HASSELL, C. M. E.
September 10. pr. adv. $5 62 1-2 884 6w.
State of North Carolina, Nash Co.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Aug. Term, 1851.
Neverson VV. Cooper and wife Martha, James C. Green
and wife Mary, Thomas Battle, Elizabeth B. Battle,
w,r- BaDtIe. Lawrene B- Battle, Tip Battle, w.
I William Battle. Petition for Division of Land,
r appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Wm.
Battle is not an inhabitant of this State : It is there
fore ordered that publication be made for six weeks, in
the North Carolina Standard, for the said Wm. Battle to
r.en,ratrl "uXt 7eJm ol ,hU c"-.' e held for the
j9nnvfNa,9h' ae Court Hou3e in Nashville, on
noniMni lly f .vembe'' ""I, and plead, answer,
or demur, or the Petition will be taken pro coafesso as
to him, and heard accordingly.
Witness, G. W Ward, Clerk of our said Court at of
fice the 2nd Monday of Aognst, A. D., 1851
Sept 10. Pr.adv.g
State of North Carolina, Wake Co.
Superior Court of Law, Fall Term, 1851. .
IrnTTE lhe1b,usineM " the Civil Docket,
i D,wC V"d Equity Docket ha accumula
ted insomuch, that it cannot be dispatched in any reas
onable time it is therefore ordered that SrJfiT
rior Court be held for the County of W.te oTS 2n 1
Monday of January, 1852. 1 wake, on the 2nd
October 13th, 1851. j,
pOBINSON'S Walking Shoes and Slippers.
JA, Wtnte Kid. Jenny Lind and Bronze SUppers.
Parodi, Super 8eal and Jeffersonian Shoes
Misses and Ohildren's Black and Fancy Bootes
Men's Boy's and Servant's 8hoes.
Which we are offering low.
, i:, W-H-.& S- TUCKER.
i. MOUNTAIN BUTTEB.
A ..PRIME lot just in Store and for sale ty
Raleigh, October 7th, 1851.'
- w w. I ji . n r. K
U pLIe,?ed Corn
. Starch, for
Just received at
le,6h September 24. 1851.
Fr (ha Cmn mt
covens, colds, hoarseness, bron
chitis, CROUP, ASTHMA, WHOOP
ING COVGH AND CONSUMPTION.
This remedy is offered to the community with the
confidence we feel in an article which seiaom '""
realize the happiest effects that can be aesireu. o
wide is the field of its usefulness and so numerous me
r ,..,,. , .n section of the coun-
. i i. : ...ki;.i iinnnn. who aave been
restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of
over every other medicine of its kind, is too apparent to
rho nnira ri i ta iiha W npn IIUCO u iui j
escape observation, ana wnere n ---"- -nuhlie
no lonzer hesitate what autidote to employ for the
distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary
organs, which are incident to our climate. And not on-
. . . - i t i . . . i.. Knn k. Innin hut far the
IV in the lormiuaDie auacus uyun ----
milder varieties of Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, &c ,and
for children it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that
can be obtained. No family should be without it, ana
those who have fried it, never will.
Read the opinion ot the fallowing uenueroeu,uu
izori in the various sections of country
Watori each and all as merchants of
the first class and ot the highest character as the oldest
and most ex'ensive Wholesale Dealers in Medicine with
an experience unlimited on the subject of which they
speak. It there is any value in the judgment of experi
We, the undersigned, Wholesale Druggists, having
been for long acquainted with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
hereby certify our belief that it is the best and most effec
tual remedy for Pulmonary Complaints ever offered to
the American People. Aod-we would, from our knowl
edge of its composition, and extensive usefulness, cor
dially commend it to ihe afflicted as worthy their, best
confidence, and with th6 firm conviclion that it will do
foi their relief all that medicine can do.
Henshaw, Edmunds & Co., Boston, Mass.
Reese & Coulson, Baltimore, Maryland.
Haviland, Harrall & Co., Charleston, S. C.
Jacob S. Farrand, Detroit, Michigan.
T. H. McAllister, Louisville, Kentucky.
Francis &. Walton. St. .Louis, Missouri.
Joseph Tucker, Mobile, Alabama.
Haviland, Risley &. Co , Augusta, Ga.
M. A. Stantos & Son, Norfolk, Va.
John Gilbert & Co. , Philadelphia, Pa.
Z. D. & W. H. Gil man, Washington, D. C.
J. Wright & Co. , New Orleans, La.
Watson, Wall & Co. , Fort Wayne, Indiana .
C. C. Richmond & Co., San Francisco, California.
Lewis Sc. Ames, Tallahasse, Florida.
B. R. Strong, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Stiller, Slade &. Co., Lexington, Mississippi.
N. D. Labadie, Galveston, Texas.
Joseph M. Turner, Savannah, Ga.
Wade, Eckstein & Co.,Cincinnati, Ohio.
With such assurances, and from such men, no stronger
proof can be adduced, except that found in its efiecls
Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer, Practical Chem
ist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Raleigh by Williams, Haywood &. Co., and
by Druggists throughout the State.
September 6, 1851. 8S4 w3m.
THE Subscriber takes occasion to inform the public
that he has been engaged for some thirty-two years
in treating the diseases incident to Horses, and that, out
of four hundred and twenty-two cases, he has lout but
twenty-seven. The Subscriber has written out a small
book upon the subject of such diseases as horses are
liable to, with directions as to the best mode of treating
these diseases. The price of this work is as follows :
A club of seven,
A club of ten,
A club of twenty-one,,
A club of thirty,
And so on in proportion.
The subscriber has consent-
ed to make this publication at the request of many j
friends. His remedies for diseases in that noble animal. '
the Horse, speak for themselves.
Those desirous to obtain a copy or copies of this
work, will please address the subscriber, post-paid, at
Raleigh, Wake Co., N. C. HARDY HORTON.
Sept- 10, 1851. 885 Gtw.
1 SCAPED from the Jail of this County, on Friday
JLight, the 10th inst., JAMES R. LEWIS, confined
on a charge of Kidnapping. The said Lewis is about
twenty-five or six years old, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high,
spare figure, thia visage, long sharp chin, erect in stature,
X M fcfc n.as l80m.8Wartny 8Pn8 n .s face,
blue eyes, black hair, had whiskers when he left reach-
ing from bis ears nearly to the chin, had on when he
i left a coarse black frock cloth coat the balance of his
IrWlnnnn..) T:il .U- -1 .7 C U.-
"-"""t !-.. nui give we auvve rewaru lor ma y
prehension and delivery to me.
J. H. GOOCH, Sheriff
of Granville County, Oxford, N. C.
October 10, 1851. 99 3tw.
State of tfortn Carolina, Nash County.
Court of Pieas and Quarter Session, August Term, 1851.
German Eatmon and Alexander Eatmon and his wife
Martha, es. John R. Eatmon, Charles N. Edmunds and
his wife Nancy, Mr. Henry H. Eatmon and -John Ss.
Cockroof and his wife Elizabeth Jane.
Petition for Division of Lands,
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that John
JR. Eatmon, Charles N. Edmunds and his wife Nan
cy, Mr. Henry H. Eatmon and John S. Cock roof and his
wife Elizabeth Jane are not inhabitants of this State
It is therefore ordered (hat publication be made for si
weeks in the North Carolina Standard, for the said John
R. Eatmon, Charles N. Edmunds and his wife Nancy,
Mr. Henry H. Eatmon and John S. Cockroof and his
wife Elizabeth Jane, to appear at the next Term of this
Court, to be held lor the County ot IN ash, at the Court
House in Nashville, on the 2nd Monday of November
next, and plead, answer, or demur, or the Petition will
be taken pro eonfesso as to them, and heard accordingly
Witness, G. W. Ward, Clerk of our said Court, at
Office the 2nd Monday of August, A. D.. 1851.
, G. W. WARD C. C. C
October 1,1851. (Pr. adv. $5 62.) 888 6w.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
On Saturday, the 13th day of December next, on
the premises, I shall offer for sale, the well known
and desirable country residence called Harrison's or Up
church's old place, lying 12 miles South from Louisburg,
in f ranklin county, near Poplar Spring Church. The
said land is situated in a fertile section of country and
has on it a large and comfortable dwelling house, with
all necessary out buildings ; a mill and mill-seat, a well
constructed country store house, a new gin house, a
blacksmith's shop ; a well of good water at the store, and
never failing springs in abundance on the land. The
tract contains about
lying on the waters of Crooked Creek, a large portion of
wnicu is iresn anu productive, anu well adapted to the
cultivation of cotton, corn, wheat, &c The house is
well situated for a public house, and the Store is regarded
as the best country stand within the bounds of the coun
ty. Several fortunes have been realized by the sale of
goous ai mat place.
At the same time, Ishall sell three other tracts of Land,
all on a credit. The above described tract will be sold
by virtue of a decree of the Court of Equity, on a credit
of one, two and three years, with interest from the day
of sale. Bonds with security will be required in all
cases. THOS. K. THOMAS. C. M. F!
October 18th, 1851. 890 w3w.
The Last Chance for Bargains!
I HAVE just received and opened at my Store, a
large assortment of
Staple and Fancy Iry Goods.
bought for cash. You will find in the assortment a
great many low priced Alpaccas, figured and plain, of all
colors. Also. Merinoes, Delaines, Cashmeres, lower
than ever in the market before. A Int f r j
Hat ; a large stock of Boots an.I Rh,. a iT....i
and single barrel Guns and Pistols, and every article gen
erally kept in a Dry Good. Store, and many article, not
'v "jr irj uooas ueaiers. . " :. ..
,1. i f ab0e,G,l Will all be sold at a low rate a great
out mvlf r t COITon' I determined to close
ITi. th SP. ; I -e concluded to
Raleigh. Oct. 20, 1851.
A RARE CHANCE!
IS now offered by the Subscriber whst
wishes to dispose of his
Carriage and Harness Manufactory.
This extensive and well known Establishment, has
now been in operation for upwards of 10 years, and has
turned out and sold more vehicles than any other in the
State. ' The sales for the last five years have averaged
upwards of $ 20,000 per annum. The Establishment
is situated on Main Street, ana comprises a vvooa oaoy
rnntainino- 8 benches : a Harness ShoD. containing 4
benches : a Blacksmith Shop with 4 forges, and Large
and commodious Paint and Trimminir Rooms all new
and in excellent order. There are besides these a large
wood house, filled with an immense quantity of fine sea
soned Timber, adapted to every department ot tne ousi
ness. A Turning Lathe and Saw moved by horse pow
er ; a new Pump on the premises. Shelter for vehicles,
and in a'Vord all the improvements ard conveniences
found in the best Establishments either North or eoum.
M Immediately opposite, are the Dwelling House
and Ware House. The Dwelling-house is a fine
two story building, with an acre lot attached, having all
necessary out houses and conveniences required dj
family. The situation is elevated, healthy and pleasant.
The Ware-house is a new two story 60 K 20 . duuq-
insr. and cost upwards of Si 250. In addition to these
will be found a large and varied assortment of
Trimmings, Paints, Leather and Harness
all new anil of the latest style.
The position- of Greenville, situated as it is in the
midst of the wealthiest and most fertile portion of the
State, connected with Raleigh and the west by a Plank
Road, with the east and the seaboard by a river always
open to Steamboat navigation besides the high charac
ter of the Establishment, for the durability and elegance
of its work, combine with the growing importance of
the place to render it the most appropriate pom in .cam
era Carolina for a Carriage Manufactory. The purcha
ser will obtain the most accommodating terms, and any
reasonable time to make his payments.
To bis friends and patrons the subscriber returns his
hearty thanks for their liberal patronage, ana intorms
them that he his now on hand the largest and finest as
sortment of. BUGGIES and other VEHICLE8 evtr
seen here, which he will be happy to sell on low terms
for cash or negotiable notes. He respectfully invites
friends and purchasers to call and examine his stock.
Greenville, June 25, 1851. 75 tf.
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
I HAVE lately purchased the entire
stock of O. L. BURCH. and will carry
on the Boot and Shoe Manufactory in all
its various branches, at his obi stand,
ONE DOOR BELOW THE POST OFFICE.
It is mv determination to use the best materials known
to the trade, and the workmanship shall not be surpassed
ia the State. All those heretofore accustomed to set
ting their work from the old Shoe Stand, may be sure,
by calling on me, that they can get as good an article
now as ever.
Call and see for yourselves.
HENRY A. DEPKEN.
Raleigh,-Aug. 18, 1851.
IIEVRY A. DEPKEJf
WILL inform the Ladies, that he keeps consatntly
LMdies' Fine Kid WWlcing Shoes and Slippers,
Children's Shoes, Vc, Kc.
Indeed, every thing usually kept in a Shoe Store.
npHE Undersigned takes pleasure in saying, that he
JL believes Mr. DEPKEN is well qualified to fulfil
his promise to the public, and I recommend my old
friends and customers to give him a trial.
O. L. BURCH.
Raleigh, Aug. 18, 1851. 38 tf.
A. C. STITII,
Agent, Commission Merchant and Dry Goods
Broker, New York.
TENDERS his services to the Merchants, Planters,
and citizens of the Southern States, and will attend
u any business in his line either in the sale of Produce
or Merchandize, or the purchase of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Crockery, Shoes, Hats, r umiture, damages,
Musical and Agricultural instruments, Bagging Rope,
Drugs, Medicines, 5cc He flatters himself as a purchaser
of goods for Southern Merchants, his experience will en
able him to give entire satisfaction to the Merchants who
may entrust to him their orders.
His Excellency Charles Manly, Raleigh.
William Hill, Secretary of State, do
G. W. Mordecai, Pres't B'k of State, do
Dr. J. O. Watson, Pres't Mu, In. Co., do
B. F. Moore, Esq., Attorney Gen., do
Matthew Shaw, Esq., Washington.
Hon. J. Ii. J. Daniel, Weldon.
Andrew Joyner, Esq., do
R. H. Lewis, Esq., Greensborough, Ala.
Raleigh, February 6, 1850; 796
Valuable Standard Medical Books.
TVISPENSATORY of the United States. By Drs
JL Wood and Bache. New edition, much enlarged
and carefully revised. One volume, royal octavo.
A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine. Bv George
B. Wood, M. D. , one of the authors of the Dispensatory
of the U. S., &.c. New edition, improved. 2 vols. 8vo.
An Illustrated System of Human Anatomy, Special,
Microscopic, and Physiological. By Samuel G- Morton,
M. U. With SSI beautitul illustrations. I vol. royal avo.
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, with ample illus
trations of Practice in all the Departments of Medical
Science, and copious notices ot toxicology, uy I bo
D. Mitchell, A.M., M.D., Prof, of the Theory and P
tice ot Medicine in the Philadelphia College of Mrac
cine.&e. 1 vol. 8vo.
The Theory and Practice of Surgery. By George Mc
Clellan, M. D. 1 vol. 8vo.
Eberle's Practice of Medicine. New edition. Im
proved by George McClellan, M. D. 2 vols, in 1, 8vo.
Eberle's Therapeutics. 2 vols in 1.
A Treatise on the Diseases and Physical Education of
Children. By John Eberle, M. 1)., &c. Fourth edition
With Notes, and very large Additions, by Thomas D
.Mitchell. A. M.. M. D. , &c. 1 vol. 8vo.
Eberle's Notes for Students, new edition. These
works are used as Text books in most of the Medical
Schools in the United States.
A Practical Treatise on Poisons : their Symptoms,
Antidotes, and 1 reatment. Uy O. H. Uostill, M. L.
Identities of Light and Heat, of Caloric and Electri
city. Bv C. Campbell Cooper.
United States' Pharmacopoeia, edition of 1851. Pub
lished by authority of the National Medical Convention.
or sale by HJEINKY D. 1 UKXNtSK,
North Carolina Book Store.
Raleigh, Aug. 20, 1851. 83
OTISS ACTON'S COOKERY.
yfODERN Cookery in all its branches, reduced to a
It I system of easy practice for the use of private fam
lhes, in a series of practical receipts, all or which are
given with the most minute exactness, by Eliza Acton,
with numerous wood-cut illustrations, to which is added
a table of Weights and Measures. The whole revised
for American Housekeepers, by Mrs. Sarah J. Hale.
From the Second London Edition. In one large 12mo.
" Miss Eliza Acton may ' congratulate herself on hav
ing composed a work of great utility, and one that is
speedily finding its way to every 4 dresser ' in the king
dom. Her Cookery-book is unquestionably the most
valuable compendium of the art that has yet been pub
lished. It strongly inculcates economical principles,
and points out how good things may be concocted with
out that reckless extravagance which good cooks have
been wont to imagine the best evidence they can give of
skill in their profession." ' London Morning fosU
For sale at the North Carolina Book Store by
HENRY D- TURNER.
Raleigh, Oct. 6th, 1851, , 97
BEECHNUT ; Mallville ; .Wary Bell ; Jtfary Ers
ILLUSTRATED HISTORIES. ,
Alexander the Great i Alfred the Great : Charles the
First; Charles the Second Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt;
Const antine; Cyras the Great Darius, King of Persia ;
Elizabeth, Queen of England; Hannibal the Carthagi
nian; Josephine; Juliufc Cassar; King John ; Madame
Roland : Maria Antoinette l Mary Queen of Scots ; Ne
ro ; Qneen Anne; Richard the'First ; Richard the Third;
Romulus : William and Mary ; William the Conquerer ;
Xerxes the Great. For sale at the
North Carolina Book Store by -. -
: ' HENRY D. TURNER.
Raleigh, August 10th, 1861. : ' 81V
Neaily Executed at the Standard Print Office.
NEW GOODS !JIEW , GOODS !
SAMUEL H' YOUNG .
TS now prepared to show a beautiful assortment of Fall
and Winter Goods at his Store. No. 21, Fayetteville
Street.-: His Stock consists in part of the following
Goods : - f ' . '
BUck and Colored Silks, .
French Merinoes, Cashmeres and DeLanes,
Fig'd Poplins and Alpaccas,
A large assortment of Prints, ' '
Red and White Flannels,
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
. Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Laces, StC, ;
. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hard Ware .and Cutlery,
. Earthern and Glass Ware, .
Suerar. Coffee. Tea. &.C..
Together with almost every description of Goods kept
in a Dry Goods Store. Purchasers are invited to call
a1d examine our Stock, all of which will be sold cheap:
Call at No. 21, Favelteville St., lfyou want a bargai n
SAMUEL H. YOUNG.'.
Raleigh, September 24i 1851. ' 93 tlJ.
X. W. PETEESLLIA,
One Door North of the City Hall, Fay. St.
. JtJyEX, JV. Cm
From the liberal patronage which the
Subscriber has received since his establish
ment in business, he has been' enabled not
only to replenish but to extend his stock, and
IS NOW OPENING
Jl Splendid Assortment ofJVeic and Popular Music
and a larger and better selected variety of
than has ever before been offered in this State.'
He is also prepared to furnish Gilt Frames of any size
with or without pictures.
Also materials for Drawing, as engravings for patterns,
and superior pencils.
He has also furnished himself with materials for re
pairing Accordions, as pearl for keys, reeds, &c, and
will execute all orders with neatness and despatch.
In his list may also be' found splendid copper-plate
engravings, for framing. In short, his is an assortment
intended to please the refined taste of the community.
K. W. PETE RSILIA.
Raleigh, July 1, 1851. 70
SAMUEL H. MARKS,
WHOLXSALX SlitlR IK
Confectionary, Fruits, Fancy Articles
SYCAMORE ST., PETERSBURG, V.
fTlAKES pleasure in informing the trade generally
I that he has just arrived irom a tour through the pnn
ciple Northern cities, where be bas selected witb great
care the most extensive assortment of articles in his
line ever before offered for sale in this market, all of
which having been purchased exclusively for cash will
be offered on the most favourable terms. Among his
stock will be found the following
10 Cases Fancy Goods,
2000 lbs. Almonds,
150 Boxes Fire Crackers,
225 " Sardines,
15 Cases Preserves assort.
20 Boxes Muscat Wine,
20 Baskets Oil,
25 Boxes Oranges,
15 Cases Prunes,
755 " Walnuts,
920 " Palm Nuts,
710 ' Filberts,
1590 Cocoa Nuts,
10 Cases Pickles ass'd,
25 Lemon Syrup,
100 Boxes Chewing To
20 " Smoking "
150 ' Raisons.
5 Casks Currents,
2 Boxes Macaroni,
400 yrums r igs.
Besides Candy of my own Manufacture which I war
rant equal to any made in the U. S.
Petersburg, August 6, 1851. 80
Roanoke Republican copy.
LEATHER FOR FALL TRADE,
T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE respectfully announce to our friends and the
trade, generally, that we have determined to spare
no efforts on our part to give Petersburg a Leather and
Finding Establishment, whose stock shall compare favor
ably with that of any house, North or South. We are
receiving from the importers and mannfacturei. of the
Northern Cities one of the largest and best selected
stocks we have ever known in this market, and we pledge
ourselves to sell our goods as low as any South of New
York, and many articles as low, if not lower,, than they
are to be had, even there, as we have now in full ope ra
tion a large and well arranged Tannery, from which wc
shall be receiving Leather regularly.
We have also Brogans of our own manufacture, which
we warrant a superior article.
Also, Shoemakers' Tools and Lasts, together with
many other articles usually found in similar establish
ments, all of which will be sold in accordance with the
above statement; and the only way we can prove this, is
for purchasers to come and examine for themselves, and
we shall be content to abide the result.
F. A. & R. H. FORD,
No. 21, Old Street,
opposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery.
Petersburg, August 13, 1851. 83 tf.
E. L. HARDING & CO.,
VJITOULD observe, that, as the season draws on, for
w W Fall and Winter Clothing, they have anticipated
the wants of the people, and would be pleased te show
all who may lavor them with a call, their assortment
Drab, Black, and Bine Beaver Cloth
Overcoats ana sacKi.
We would call your attention particularly to the as
sortmentof Overcoats, as it embraces every desirable
aud late style. Our PANTS are excellent. .Fastidious
as well as men of asbion, can here nna somecning 10
please them, let their tastes be as various as our calls,
and in fact, the only difficulty will be to choose from,
rather than to find any particular style oi color.
In the assortment of VESTS, you will find rich Cut
Velvet, Merinos of all colors, ."silk, light and darn ias
simere and Valencia, some of them really beautiful.
Our furnishing Department is complete and full, and
we hardly deem it necessarv for us to enumerate all the
articles comprised under that head.- xou will nno how
ever large assortment of Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Sus
penders. Cravats, H'd'k'fs, Socks, Cotton and Merino.
Call and examine our stock, we shall be glad to show
our goods at all times, regardless of trouble, sale or no
E. L. HARDING.
Telegraph Building. Fayetteville St.
Raleigh, Sept 29, 1851. 94
Clatter and ITouatt's Cattle Doctor
TJ1VERY man his own cattle doctor: containing the
'j causes, symptons and treatment of all discasesinci-
dent to oxen, sheep and swine ; and a sketch of the Ana
tomy and Physiology of neat cattle, by i rancis Ulater,
Edited, Revised and almost' re-written, by William
Youatt, author of " The Horse," with, numerous addi
tions, embracing an essay on the use of oxen and the
improvement in the breed of sheep, by J. S. Skinner,
with numerous cuts and illustrations, in one 12mo. vol
" As its title would import, it is a most valuable work,
and should be in the hands of every American farmer ;
and we feel proud in saying, that the value of the work
has been greatly enhanced by the contributions of Mr.
Skinner. Clater and Youatt are names treasured by the
farming communities of Europe as household-gods ; nor
does that of Skinner deserve to be less esteemed in
America..' American Farmer,
For sale at the North Carolina Book Store, by
" HENRY D. TURNER.
Raleigh, October 1851. , 98 '
JFnst received by Express.
NA3ARINE. and Skv-Blue Marines,
.Super White and Made Col'd da.,
Rose, Dark Green, Pea Green and Cherry Col d Muslins.
An additional supply of handsome Ribbons, .
White and Col d Pans Kid Gloves,
Velvet Ribbqns, . ,
Embroidering Braids, &cM &c
- W. H. & R. S. TUCKER. .
""-':..' . loi .
HARPER'S Magazine. AJso the International.
Just received by ; ; v- .s .
, ' ., W. L. POMEROY.
October 6, 1851. ' 97
Elemeiits of Algebra,
BY Elias Loomis, Professor in the New York
yersity. Received this day by
Received this day by
Raleigh, Sept. 27, IS5L
' JOSEPH WOLTERiNG,,
Manufacturer and Dealer in the fol
; ' lowing Articles, Raleigh, N. C.
STOVES,- tin, iron and copper wares ; guns and pis-,
tols of all sorts ; powder, shot, caps, powder -flasks
and shot chargers, a fine assortment of pocket and table
cutlery, the celebrated Pine India steel razors, mortice
locks, with white mineral knobs, from 80 cents to $4,
improved tim locks. New Haven locks, carpenter's rim
lock, sliding-door lock people's lock, best furniture
lock, dead lock, novelty lock with mineral knobs, min
eral locks with Japan mounting, mortice locks with
iron bolts- and keys, mortice locks with white knobs,
rural locks with white mineral knobs, plate locks,
smoke-house locks, mortice closet locks with brass
fronts, chest locks, horse locks, fancy bushed pad-locks,
fine patent dropped Japan padlocks, patent dropped pad
lock, rim droj latches, Bolwin's night latch, improved
bow latches, cupboard lock latches, porcelain knobs,
the best ever in this City or State, mineral door knobs,
screw, mahogany, and pearl white door knobs, mineral
drawer knobs, furniture knobs, pearl white bell-pulls,
axle pulleys, Blake'sside pulleys, wardrobe hooks, fan
cy coat and hat hooks, window springs, rim b'ank shut
ter hinges, A. C. Palmer's window butts, Clarke's butt
hinges, and superior cast butt hinges, curtain pins and
bandies, coffee mills, candle sticks, dog collars and
chains, cloth, shoe, and horse brushes.
ALSO, Carpenter's, Cooper,s, Tinner's, and Black
ALSO, nails, screws, scythe-blades, sheep-shears,
brass lamps, hand-bells, trace chains, grubbing-hoes,
spring-balances, plyers, spade?, shovels, hoes, andirons,
pans, vices, pumps, Buck's patent improved cooking
stove, and in short every thing needed by farmers and
mechanics in the hardware line.
ALSO, a full supply of CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
such as carriage axlej and spriegs, carriage bands, pa
tent leather hub bands, power loom lace, enamelled
canvass, figured maroon, damask alpac, extra fine cam
bric, and lnnge. On hand, also, a full supply of CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES.
Smoke-house,' Jail, and Bank Locks made to order,
warranted not to be picked or broken, and to give satis
faction. The subscriber is also prepared to execute any and all
work in iron, steel, brass, copper, &c. Guns and pistols
made to order. Also, strainers for Turpentine Distil
leries. All orders executed promptly and in the best man
ner. If the subscriber does not sell lower than any
bodelse, and do good work at fair prices, then be will
give it up.
Encourage home indusry. Now is the time. Call
on the subscriber at Raleigh, Wake County. North Car
olina, or send your orders by letter.
Raleigh, Sept. 12. 1851. 90 ly.
IN NORTH CAROLINA!
The Battle is begun, and I intend
fight my way through for
HOUSE INDUSTRY X
r' YOU WANT TO SAVE A COUPLE HUN
DRED DOLLARS, send on your orders for
Turpentine Stills, Caps, Jlrms, and Worms s
Also, Brandy Stills, and any kind of Copper work,
Brass, Machinery, &c
The prices of Still-caps, Anns, and Worms, are as
follows : By tho pound 37 cents ; or by contract,
10 do do do 485
12 do do do 525
14 do do do 585
15 do do do 615
16 do do do 650
20 do do do 695
25 do do do 750
30 do do do 850
35 do do ' do 900
All work will be warranted for 12 months, fire and
burning excepted. His work will also be delivered within
fifty miles of Raleigh, at the shortest notice ; and if I fail
to deliver Stills in the time agreed upon, I will forfeit $5
for each day lost, to the purchaser.
Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1851. 90 y.
1? TRamE"151 .
Southern Trade will soon Insure
I AM now receiving from Petersburg, Richmond, Nor
folk and Baltimore, my Fall and Winter supply of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, China
ana uara ware,
carefully selected for the season, at moderate prices for
cash, or on a short credit to punctual customers. I ei'
pect to keep on hand in addition to the above, Salt, Fish
Flour and Bacon, Iron of different sizes, Nails of an
excellent qualitity, with all necessary articles kept in
Village Store. I will take in exchange for Goods, Corn
Wheat, Oats, Fodder, f lax-seed, Bees-wax and Cotton
or Tow Cloth, with any other produce that may suit in
my line of business. Call at the Brick Store near the
THOMAS W. HOLDEN
P. S. I will attend to any Commission business, or
forwarding of Cxoods, mo as to satisfy those who may in
trust them to me. T. W. H.
October 1, 1851. 95
Lonbiu's and Ronsel's Extracts
For thi Handkerchief.
Bouquet De Caroline,
Also, Farina Cologne, fine Toilet and Shaving SoaDs.
louei cans, aua a large siock ot .pressing Uombs,
Hair Tooth, and Nail brushes which will be sold low at
t. -1 . rl, j , - . '
the Drag store ot
WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, 8c CO.
Dec. 19th, 1850. 15
THE Subscriber is authorized to sell a valuable tract
of Land lying in the upper end of Halifax County.
KT .1. , - . L , . f - . . - "
r.unu aiuima, in me ueiKUDoraooa or ijrinkievvill
aajoining ine lanas 01 ine late w m. tl. I nomas, Joseph
J. Williams, and others, containing 896 ares, by a re
cent survey ; it being the residence of the late Colonel
Khesea Kead. There isagoodai.d convenient dwelling
House on the tract, with some little repairs, with other
out houses, and a never failing Spring of good water,
as near as could be desired. I deem it unnecessary to
say anything with regard to the quality of the Land (only
I think it equal to any of the neighborhood Lands) as no
person would purchase without viewing. A ereat bar
gain can be made in whole or any part Any person.
wishing to purchase can find me in the neighborhood of
Brinkleyville, Halifax, Aug. 16, 1851. 81 tlD. '
Flesh Gloves and Brushes.
T I THE free and liberal use of these articles is now itr.
I ly regarded as one of the most effectual means of
promoting health and long lire. Call and supply your
selves at the Drug Store of
WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD &. CO.
Raieigh, April 22, 185 1. 49
TIME the Avenger, by the author of " Lettice Ar
Franconian 8torie8. by Jacob AHwtt MoHHo
Wallace, Beechnut, May Bell, May Erskine. Illustrated.
For sale by H. D. TURNER,
- : "' ' N. C. Book Store
MORE NEW BOOKS.
THE life and times of Calvin, the great Reformer.
Translated from the German of Paul Henry, D, D.
vol., o mo, 90. ; . . ; r . - :
Scenes and Legends in the North of Scotland. ' 1
Hugh Miller, author of Old Red Sand Stone, Foot
Prints of the Creator, &c , 1 voL. 12 mo.. Si. 25.
Campbell's Lives of the Chief Justices of Knirlanil.
from, the Norman Conquest to the Death of Lord Mans,
field. American edition, just re-printed. 2 voL, 8 mo,
$3,50. . j j (f! . . ' -
Appleton'sDictionary of Mechanics. Machinery. En
gine Work and Engineering, with 400 Illustrations. 2
yol. Royal, 8 vo, J Calf, $12,00. ......
naieign, uct, SUth, 1851,, . . J01 ; ,
THIS day received at the North Carolina Music Store,
another splendid lot of 7. B mnS Rl octave
from one of the .best manufacturing establishments in
? K. W, PETERSILIA.
Raleigh, October 1, 1851. 95
THE snbseribers have this day formed a co-m
ship, under the name and style of McRAE & H i
RISS, and have taken the new granite front stor t
ay erected by Capt, G. Potter, on Front between M
md Dock streets, where they will always keen , "
plete wholesale anr" retail stock of Crockenr nCoai-
Ing Implements, to which thev invi ,. ..rarD-
merchants and othera.
TtoinffTUPDUTPDC r.l .
n v. connuenl we run
articles in our line on as favorable terms, and of
quality, as can he purchased in the United Stat 00,1
ALEX. McRAE, Jr
N. T. HARRISS.
Wilmiggton, Oct. I, 1851. 9J
THE subscriber having formed a co-partner!,;,,
Mr. N. T. Hauriss, is desirous of closina 2 wf
business, and begs leave to urge upon those indrtii
nun ine necessity ot a nrnmnl aottlnmon, . vu "
,t - ... -r--r- U1 m
" "uie tenders his thanks to hig r
customers for their kinil mlmn... nn I i: orrn
IT- .1 ... S . "
--i- .-5". "jwjiicim a
nance of the same to the new firm.
ALEX. McRAP t
Wilmington, Oct. 1, 1851. 0,' Jr-
McRAE dc HARRISS
TMPORTERS and Wholesale and Retail DeaW
-LChina, Glass, and Earthenware, and Farmine im J"
ments, west side Front street, between MarLi ,
Dock streets, Wilmington, N. C. 1 ,nJ
Wilmington, October 1, 1851.
Prime Green Tea,
Loaf, Crushed, clarified and brown Suear
Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee, '
Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Starch, Nutmees PW
and Mace, Spanish Indigo, Imr Lead. S'er S'
and Percussion Gaps, Blacking, shoe scrVbbinl I, '
crumb and hearth Brushes. toSiS
es, cut Nails finishing and common Brads, sTede,
Iron and cast Steel, cotton and WOol card, beHow.
brass and cast Irons, Gothic Fenders, shovel" Td
tongs Hods, fire earners, Painted and brass bound
Buckets, wire sieves,shoveIs and spades, Collin's
Augurs, saws, files, chisels, cross cut and mill
Broad, axes, adzs frying pans, wafer and waffle irons'
Knob, pad, stock till and cupboard Locks, hinge
screws, finishing brads, cut tacks, knives and forks
Pen and pocket knives, scissors and shears.
Iron squares, trace and log chains, wagon boxes
For sale by
Oct 14, 1851.
DKY GOODS, .
At No. 9, Fayetteville Street.
1 00 P8' DresS an1 furniture Calicoes,
J- "VyiuO Bleached and brown Shirting and Sheeting,
i Shirtings, white and red Flannel, Canton Flannel'
And cotton Jeans, white- W elsh Flannel, sup. articles)
Table, bird-eye towelling Diaper, and Irish Linen,
Jaconet, Swiss and checked Muslin, English Cambric,
Furniture and Cambric Dimity, and cotton Fringe,
Linen Cambric and linen cambric Handfs, Powycr
and cotton Handfs., spool cotton, knitting do. sewing
Silk, floss cotton, linen and cotton .Tape, cotton cord
and carpet binding, Silk and cotton Hose (white and
black,) cotton and merino J hose, carpeting and hearth
Rugs, white and black wadding, Cloths, Cassimercs,
Vestings, Kentucky Jeans and over-coating.
Kersey and stripes for servants.
With a general assortment of Goods usually kept in
a retail Store. For sale by
Raleigh, Oct. 14, 1851. 99 ;
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
Gunny and Hemp Bagging, 44 inches wide
Bale Hope and Twine.
150 pairs of Men's and Boy's Brogans,
Men's Kip Shoetees, Woms. Lea. Bootees,
with a general assortment of shoes,
Bl'k and white Wool Hats,
75 Point and Duffle Blankets,
For sale low by
No, 9, Fayetteville Sf.
Raleigh Oet. 6, 1851. 97
RANT'S History of the Nestorians, or the Los
JlTribe8. Containing evidence of their identity, an
account of their manners, customs, and ceremonies, to
gether with sketches in ancient Assyria, &c.,Map. 12mo.
An important accession to our stores of geograph
ical knowledge. Church of England Review.
Contains much curiom and interesting information of
which its name gives no previous warning.
For sale by
H. D. TURNER,
N. C. Bookstore.
October 16, 1851. 100
THE American Practice Condensed, or the Family
Physician. The scientific system of Medicine, on
vegetable principles, and designed for all classes.
1 his work embraces the character, causes, symptoms,
and treatment of the diseases of men, women and chil
dren of all climates. By W. Beach, M. D., complete
in one vol, illustrated with nearly two hundred engrav
ings, 4th edition.
For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
. . N. C. Bookstore.
October 16, 1851. 100
Harper's New Monthly
MAGAZINE for October, received this day, by
H. D. TURNER,
N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, Oct. 4, 1851. . 97
THE Fate a Tale of Stirring Times, by G. P. R.
The Stone-Mason of Saint Point a Village Tale, by
Lamartine.' ' Received this day by
' H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, Sept. 27, 1851. 94
LITERARY Reminiscences, from the Autobiography
of an English Opium Eater, by Thomas De Quin-
cey, a vol. 3,1 ou
MARGARET, a tale of the Real and Ideal, Blig"
and Bloom, &c, 2 vol. $2 00
For sale by
W. L. POMEROY
Baleigh, Oct. 13, 1851. 99-
FOR the calculations of Earth Work, as connected
with Railways, Canals, Docks, Harbors, fcc, g"T"
ng the quantities for each Base and Slope at one view,
with a Practical Treatise on Earth Work in general.
By Edward G. Hughes, Civil Engineer. For sale by
a. jj. 1 utunf
Rpleigh, Sept. 27, 1851. si
Hats and Caps, for Men and Boys.
UPERIOR Black Moleskin Hats,
Broad Brim fui Hats, for old gentlemen,
Cloth Cans, for men ami bovs.
Oct. 14, 1851. 99
CLOTHING r CLOTHING!
d? Q FCf DOLLARS worth of superior
P O.UUU Ready-made Clothing:,
Just received. E. L. HARDING, & CO.
Oct. 13, 1858. .. 101
" Shirts! - Shirts!
OA DOZ. of those Patent Yoke-warn SnirM, J
OUreceived at HARDING & CO-
Oct. 13, 1851
IS hereby giyen, that the annual meeting of the Stock'
holders of the Wilmington and Raleigh Railroad Own
pany, will take place on tne secona , '
November next. a. un.i,i.', - J-
Oct, 16, 1851.
LD English, Pine Apple and Goshen Cheese.
f For sale at
Raleigh, N. c