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- A PROCLAMATION. JSy His Excellency, DAVID S. REID, Governor . ' ' of tlie State of Forth Carolina. W-ticMPA! rt has been represented to me thai rLoMv si nit" John Eppersornd Will am 7 iltbe County of Sampson in tin State, mu derone MIL t i Smjn j ty aloress.d . and na r have fled from jus- frdprobaily escape "beyond the limits of this State Now. to the end that Timothy Smith, John Kppersa. Jw i , , Humpston ti.sy be a. res.ed and brought to trial for saidoffence, I do hereby issue this my procla a rvvard of Three Hundred dollars for r aonVehenion and delivery to .lh. Sher.8 o nie hundred dollars iu them to the ot their aonrehensi n..itv nl'Samosuu. or oie apDrehension and dehveiy of any one aa.dSher.fi. DESCRIpTIoN. ! " No description has been Jorwarued to 'h.s Departrnent, buUhe aforesaid persons are Pe ; J members of. or in.sotne way conne c ted ith a C reus Company, know nas Johnson & Co.' People s Circus company. . , . th Great Seal kr .., st f North Carolina, at the City 'of Raleigh this, the 24th dayot December, A. D., 1851. By the Governor, DAVID S. REID. Thomas Sbttle, jr.. fiivuicg December 24th. 1831 16 (St. OXFORD MALE ACADEMY, ORANVTIAE COUNTY, ti, C. ; THE next session of this institution will commence the 2nd Monday in January, under the conduct of Mr. J. H. Horner ns Principal. Mr. Horner was prepared for College under the tuition of Mr. W. J. Bingham, and was graduated at the Uni versity of N. C. in Juno 1844, with the highest distinc tion in an unusually numerous class. Since that time he has been constantly engaged in the Uixiness of Teach ing, and for the last four years has had charge of the Male Academy, at Hamilton, N. O. He brings with him the most flattering testimonials of high moral char acter and of his eminent success in the government find instruction of boys. Tuition in the English Department per session of 5 months, - - - $ 12,50 Tuition in the Classical do " " 15,00 Oxford is considered one of the prettiest and lhost moral towns in the State, and is situated in an undoubt ly healthy region. It is thirteen miles from Henderson depot on the R. & G. R. Road, which renJcrs it very accessible to the Eastern part of the State. THO. B. LITTLEJOHN, Pres't. Tiios. H. Wi litis, Sec'y. Thomas J. Hicks, Robert B. Gilliam, John C. Tay lor, Jos. T. Littlejohn, Jno. R. Herndon, W. W. Young, R. VV. Lassiter, Trustees. Oxford, Dec. 4, 1851. 11 7tw. ' " - ,17 . f State of WortU Carolina, vkk nn, Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov. Te.m, 1 851. The nuncupative w:ll of John Peuninjrtun.Meceased, being reduced to writing, as testified to by the two sub scribing witnesses, and being exhibited in Open Co-nt and offered lor probate by George H- Pennington : and it appearing to the satistaction of the Court that Joj.D vV. Spain and his wi le Susan, heiis al law of the said John Pennington, are non-residents of this Stale : It is there fore ordered by th Court that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard, a newspaper published in the City of Raleigh, for six weeks successively, notifying the said John VV. Spain and his wile Susan to be and ap pear before the Juitices of our next Court ot Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held lor the County ot Wake aforesaid, at the Court House, in the City of Raleigh, on the 3rd Monday ofFebruarj next, and then and there to show cause if any they have why the said will shall not be admined to probate. Witness James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said Courj at office, the 3rd Monday of November, A. D. 1831. JAMES T. MARRIOTT, Clerk. Dec. 8, 1351. (Pr- Adv. $5.62 1 2 ) 837-6w. State of Worth Carolina, Pitt County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term, 1831. The petition of Hardy Johnson, William Johnson, Ju lia Johnson, Anna Johnson, and John Herrington am; wife Susan, 8. Cannon Johnson, Lewis Johnson, and jemima. Wife of Noah Witherington. Petition for Partition. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendants reside fceyond the limits of Ihis State, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard for six successive weeks, notifying the said defendants to appear at the next term ol tins Court to be held for the County aforesaid, at tho Court House, in Greenville, on the first Monday ot February next, then and there to plead, answer or demur, or this petition will l.e taken pro confesso as to them and heard accordingly. . Witness, Henry Sheppard, Clerk of our said Court, at office, in Greenville, the first Monday of November, and in the 76th year of American Independence, A. D. ;5i H. SHEPPARD. C. C. C. Nov.20. 1851. (Pr. Adv. 85,62j.) 895-6w. State of North Carolina, Granville Co. Superior Cocbt of Law, Skptember Term. William Wilson vs. Elizabeth Wilson Petition for Divorce. IN this case it appearing that a copy of the petition and subpoena weie issued to the defendant in man ner'as by the statute in such cases is required, and the return thereon being that the Defendant is not to be found, proclamation is publicly made at the Court House door by the Sheriff for the said defendant to appear and answer as commanded oy me suupcena, anu me miu defendant failing to appear.it is ordeied by the Court that publication for thiee months be made in the North Carolina Standard for the said Elizabeth Wilson to be and appear at the Superior Court, to be held for the County and State aforesaid, at the Court House in Ox ford, on the first Monday of March next, and answer to the plaintiff's petition. Witness, Benjamin C. Cooke, clerk of our said Court, at office, in Oxford, the 24th day ot" October, A. D. 1851. BENJ. C COOKE, c. c. c. Oct. 27, 1851. (Pr- Adv. $7,50) 103 3mw. OXFORD F3GMAL.E COLLEGE. . THIS Institution located in Oxford, Granville Coun ty. N. C. under the care of Rev. Samuel Wait, D. D., aided by competent assistants, has now been in ope ration one session. The next session will commence on the second Monday in January, 1852. A uniform has been adopted for public occasions, consisting of deep blue Merino, or any other suitable fabric, for winter, and of Pink Calico, Gingham, or Muslin, and white Cam bric or Muslin for summer. The Bonnet straw ; in win ter, trimmel with deep blue silk velvet, and lined with light blue satin ; in summer, trimmed plain with pink ribbon and lined with white, without flowers, lace, or any inside trimmings. Terms per Session of Jive months, one half in advance : Tuition in the Preparatory Department $10, in the College Course $20, without any extra charge for lan guages, or higher English throughout the course. Pu pils can take partial course, and study Latin, Greek, or French, or other advanced studies in the English course, at $10, for each study; Extra expanse Music on Pi ano $20, use of instrument $3 ; the same on Guitar. Drawing and Painting in water colors $12 ; in Oil 15. Needle work $10. Board in College under the imme diate care of the President and his Assistants, including washing, fuel, and lights. $3 per month. Good board can be obtained in the village on reasonable terms. Fur ther information can be obtained by addressing the Pre sident. By order of the Board. 1. T. G RANDY", Sec'y. Dec. 13, 181. 13 tlstM. ; : JOSEPH OtTERING;1 . ' . Manufacturer and Dealer' In the f ol" lowing Articles Raleigh, "N. C '' STOVESt tin, iron and copper wares ; guns and pis fols 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 rim locks. New Haven locks, carpenter's nm 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 locka with;. white knobs, rural locka with white mineral knobs, plate locks, smoke-house locks, mortice closet locks with brass fronts, chest locks, horse locks, fancy bashed pad-locks, fine patent dropped Japan padlocks, patent dropped pad lock, rim' drop latches, Bol win'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-polls, axle pulleys, Blake'sside pulleys, wardrobe hooks, fan cy coat and hat hooks, window springs, rim blank shut ter hinges, A. C. Palmer's window butts, Clarke's butt hinges, and superior cast butt hinges, curtain pins and handles, coffee mills, candle sticks, dog collars and chains, cloth, shoe, and horse brushes. ALSO, Carpenter's, Cooper, Tinner's, and Black smith's Tools. ALSO, nails, screws, scythe-blades, sheep-shears, brass lamps, hand-bells, trace chains, grubbing-hoes, spring-balances, plyers, spades shovels, hoes, andirons, pans, vices, pumps, Buck's patent improved cooking slove, and in short every thing needed by farmers and mechanics in the hardware line. ALSO, a lull 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 fringe. 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. Gun9 and pistols made to order. Also, strainers lor Turpentine Distil leries. All orders executed promptly and in the best man ner. If the subscriber does not sell lower than any body else, and do good work at fair prices, then he will give it up. Encourage home indusry. Now is the time. Call on ihe subscriber at Raleigh, Wake County. North Car olina, or send your orders bv letter. JOSEPH WOLTERING. Raleigh, Sept. 12. 1851. . 90-ly. Forestville Female Academy, U. VV. JUSTICE, A. B. Principal., exercises of this institution will be the third Mondav in January 1852. undei W. H. & It. S. TUCKER ESPECTFULLY announce to the public, that inanv of the most desirable articles embraced in i their large and extensive assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, selected with care, Dy one ot me nrm, in me best Northern markets, have been already received and onened : others are daily arriving, and they flatter themselves they will be prepared to meet the demand for goods of every description, on as good terras as they h. an H in ihi. market Thunlrliil lor. and encoiir. resumed . aa. KV th vorv lihoral ntronair bestowed UDOII them I J i - o I . me .;ii..ih.irinnn.i.iinn in hnsinosa. thev nave ventured . t . ijjpo Htx 'tin? TO FAITIII.IKS V- -v! r S." CRANE'S -- . ,2 ; latant Compsnnd Wash Mixture. ' For Washing Clothe -Also, for Washing,' Cleaning, . and Beautifying Painted Surfaces, the Walls, -, Ceilings and Entries j the Halls, Parlors, and Booms of Prtvate and Public Buildings f the fronts, Doors and Windows of Fancy Dwellings ; tlic Pews and .Interior of Church t . ... '. ei Furnituret the ': Berths, ' " ' ' . ' State Rooms and Cabins of Steamships, titeam- :' boats, and Packet-Ships Passenger .. , Cars, Brasses, Iron Railing, Glass or Metallic Sw - 1 - faces, ire., See. VT7ARRANTED to E,ve entire satisfaction, and des- V- tined to effect an entire revolution in the business of the laundress being an improved Preparation for Washing Clothes perfectly, with astonishing facility and dispatch, and without. injury to texture or color. Every family, of whatever size, can do all their washing in less than one hour, without the labor of rubbing, pounding, bleaching or the friction of a machine, thus saving time, expense and labor, and securing exemption from the dis eases caps'ed by the exposure and fatigue incident to the usual mode of Washing, while 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 sola right and interest for the State of North Caro lina, in his Patent , Compound Wash Mixture, hereby informs the Public, that he wishes to dispose of Family or County Sights for the same. Persons living at a distance, wishing to procure the right to make and use this Valuable Preparation;, can do so, by remitting FIVE DOLLARS to me, at Ral eigh, which amount will entitle them to a family right; which right shall be sent by matl immediately,' with the proper directions to make and use the same. ' I am in 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, I deem it unnecessary to fill a long Advertisement with them, unless requested, as the article jvill speak for it self, and is so favorably known in all the Northern and Southern States. I aim to visit all parts 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 WHITAKEK, Jr., is the General Travel ling Agent. Feeling satisfied by the use of this Mixture in my 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. THR on t care of the Principal above named, a gentleman whoto ay in a very heavy stock, to which they invite the graduated with distinction at one ot our State Colleges, j attenfjon c( purchasers, hoping their efforts to accom- State of North Carolina, Granville Co. Court of Equity, Fall Term, A. D. 1851. Elizabeth Williams vs. Wm. Williams. Adm'r. ol Geo. Williams, and others, Original Sill. IT appearing to Ihe satisfaction of the Court that the defendants, Thomas Dew and wife Betsey, James Weathers land wife Nancy. Henry Williams, Arthur Williams and Jones Wtlliatns, are not inhabitants of this State, it is therefore oidered by the Court that pub lication be made six weeks successively in Ihe North Carolina Standard, for the said defendants to appear at . the next Term ot said Court, to be held in the Court House, at Oxford, on the first .Monday of March next, and plead, answer or demur to the said bi II of complaint, otherwise the same will be taken pro confesso and heard exparte. - Witness, James M. Wiggins, Clerk and Master of said Court, at office in Oxford, the fitst Monday of Septem ber, 1851. JAS. M. WIGGINS, C. M. E. Dec. 4, 1851. (Pr.Adv. $5 62J.) 896 6w. State of North Carolina, Pitt Comity Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term, 1851. The petition of Artemesia Whitfield, Elizabeth Whit field, and Jesse Thomas Whitfield, an infant, by his next friend, Jesse Bryan, vs. Temple Whitfield, Adm'r. of Benjamin Whitfield, Joel Whitfield, Ben jamin Whitfield, Albania Corun, Marmaduke House. Petition for Account. IT appearing to the satistaction of the Couit that the defendants, in this case, Joel Whitfield, Benjamin Whitfield, and Albania Corun, are non-residents of this State, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard for five weeks succes sively, notifying the said non-residents to appear at the next term of this Court, to be hild for the County of Pitt,! at the Court House, in Greenville, on the first Monday in February next, then and thereto make their defence to this petition, or the same will be taken pro . confesso as to them and beard accordingly. Witness, Henry Sheppard, Clerk of our said Court at office, in Greenville, the first Monday of November, and in the 76th year of American Independence A. D 1851. H. SHEPPARD, C. C. C Nov.20, 1851. (Pr. of Adv. $5,62 j.) 895 5w. and has had considerable experience as a teacher. He will be aided by an assistant every way competent to teach Music and all the ornamental branches usually taught in Seminaries for youn Ladies. In point of health, intelligence and good society, if is believed For estville and the surrounding country cannot be excelled by any locality in the State. And "the Trustees are de termined that an opportunity shall be offered parents (o educate their daughters here, as well as at any similar school, and at the same time keep them free trom the distractions and extravagance of towns. TERMS Per Session of five months, 7$, 10, or 12 Dollars, ac cording to advancement in English branches. Latin and French, each, $5. Music on the Piano, with use of instrument, $1S " Guitar " 813 Board can be obtained with the Principal or in private families, at $S per month. tor further particulars, address the Principal or the Secretary of the board ot Trustees. By order of the Trustees". PEYTON A DUNN, Secretary. Forestville N. C. Nov. 29th. 1851. 896 w6w. PLEASANT GROVE ACADEMY, WAKE FOREST. N. C. THE next session of this institution will commence on the 2nd Monday in January next, under the su pervision of Mr. William M. Crenshaw, a graduate of Randolph Macon College. Mr. Crenshaw comes highly recommended by the faculty of said institution, has a great talent for imparting instruction, and possesses a good knowledge of human nature. Students can be prepared here for any College, or for the actie pursuits of life. This institution being permanent, and situated in a eighborhood distinguished for its health and beautiful scenerv. a liberal share of pafronaee will be expected. modate will not fail to d I ease The attention ot the Ladies is respectfully invited to the following. desirable Dress Goods: Super Brocade and Chatnelion 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, Cahmere De Ecosse, Fig'd Briliiantes, Lupins' French Merinos, English and German Do-, Solid Paramettas, Rich Fig'd Paris De Laines, Plain and Fancy Poplins, Bl'k Silk Laces, Deep Si'.k Fringes, 'Paris Kid Gloves, Buttons and Trimmings, Scolloped Embr'd Hank'fs, Swiss, Jackonet, and Tarltan Mus'.inB, Chemisetts, Collars, Undersleeves and Cuffs, Muslin Bands, Edgings and Iusertings, 8tc, Sec. W. H. X R. S. TUCKER. Raleigh, September 3, 1851. 87 TAR RIVER ACaDEMV. GRANVILLE COUNTY. N. C. 9 Miles West of Oxford. riHE First session of -this School for 1852 will com X mence on Thursday, the 15th day of January, and continue till the middie of June, at which time there will be a public Examination. This Academy is located in a bealthy and moral neichborhood, and will be under the charge of Mr. J. F. Dance, a native of Prince Ed ward County, Va. and a graduate of Randolph Macon College. Mr. Dance has had some experience in leacn- l ne l rustees are oui.d.ng a new Academy I J miles j , ad comcshigh,y rccommended by Dr. Smith, the - r. . . session. State of North Carolina, Wake Co. Court ol Pleas and Quarter Sessious, November Term, A. V.. 1851. Agnes Jones, (widow,) or the Heirs at Law of James J. Jones, dee'd. Petition for Dower. r I iHls case coming on to be heard, and it appearing to me satisfaction ot the Uourt, that Lazarus Kob ertson and Mary his wife, defendants in this case, are non residents of this State : It is therefore ordered by tne court mat advertisement oe made in the Worth Ca rolina Standard, a newspaper published in the city of lialeigh, tor six weeks successively, notifying the said Lazarus Robertson and Mary his wife to be and appear before the justices ot our next Uourt ot fleas and Uuar ter Sessions to be held for the County of Wake, at the Court House in the city of Raleigh, on the 3rd Monday in b ebruary next, and then and there to answer unto the several matters and thing alleged, and set forth in said Petition, otherwise judgment pro confesso will be granted, and the Petition heard exparte as to them. Witneis, James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said Court at office the 3rd Monday of November, A D-, 1851. JAMES T. MARRIOTT, C. C. C. Raleigh, Dec. SO, 1851. 901 6w. Terms $7, $10, and $15 per session of five months, according to advancement. No deduction except in ca- sse ot protracted illness. Board can be obtained at S'6 per month. For furlhrr particulars address Dr. W. H. HEARTSr IELD, at Forestville. By order of the Trustees. Nov. 24. 1851 . 893 tlSJan. ECLECTIC ACADEMY. In the County of Nottoway. In one Mile of lac South-Side Rail Boa J. THE next Session of my School will commence the 1st of February, 1852, and close Ihe 1st of August. The conrseof instruction embraces a thorough prepa ration for the Junior Classes of our best Colleges. School limited to fifteen scholars. Terms. Board and tuition, including bedding, wash ing, lights, &.c, $75, payable in advance. References. Thos. H. Campbell, Virginia Sen ate ; E. G Booth, Nottoway ; Capt. Richard Jones, do. ; Dr. H. E. Shore, d.-.; Lewis E. Harvie, Amelia; Leander .Masters, do. ; Dr. Geo. C. Scott, do.; Capt. D. H. FJournoy, Chesterfield : Wm Gills, do., M. D. I'Anson, do ; Mr- Benj. Jones, Petersburg ;Capt. John G. Adkitis, do.; Hon. R. K. Meade and V. S. Bocock, H. of R ; Hon. R- M. T. Hunter and James M. Mason, U- S. Senate. Address the subscriber, Morgansville, Nottoway, Ya. A. G. A. COLEMAN. Dec. 13, 1351. 893 w6w. $99 REWARD. mfo BROKE JAIL, and ran away in November last, from Paulding, Jasper county, Miss., the Negro l.slave BEN, alias AMZI, aged SO or 35 years, 5 feet 10 in. high, quite dark ; has two scars on his face one just above the right eye, runniner back into the hair, the other on his cheekbone, running towards the mouth ; also, f scars on tne Knees and on the left arm, caused by burns. - Hs was purchased from Theo.N. Gadden.of Charleston, i 8. C tn August, 18o0, by the subscriber's father. It is knowi-that he has false free papers, and he will probably represent himself as a free man. The above reward will be paid to any person who will detect the said slave, and loose him tn jau, so tan wuinea. . THOS. P. FRITH Holmesville.. Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. 103 2m '' ' " NOTICE. . ; AT a regular meeting of the President and Directors , . AVpf the Greenville anu Mieigu wmpa r:. ,: r V n Sntterthwaite.Eaq- it was That the President is directed to give no tice according to the terms of the Charter that an iastal- ment of two Dollars per share DC Tequireu . on or before the 23d day of renroary n. f . r ' ALFRED MOYB, Pres.; toyGoot Hott, CFk. DeclTlSol. 14-Sw. TRINITY SCHOOL, Seven Miles West of Raleigh, North Caroli na. Rev. i: TEL LEU BABBIT. Hector. THE Tenth term of this School will commence on the 8th of January, 1852. TERMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Board and Washing, &c, with instruction in English and the Ancient Languages. $76 per term of nve months. The design of this School is to furnish a safe retreat to which boys can be sent for a thorough training. In respect to beauty, retirement, and healthfulness of situa tion, and convenience and comfort of buildings, this School possesses great advantages. ' The course f stu dy will be regulated by the requirements of the Univer sity, and no pains will be spared to make the boys good scholars. Decembcr5, 1851. 11 I3t. ' Select Classical School, Mellville, Alamance County, N. C. ) THE next session of this School will commence on the. 14th of January, 1852. As the numbar of pupils is limited, early application is requested. rhe situation, 20 miles N. W. of Chanel Hill. 14 West of Hillsborough and 5 miles East of Graham, has always been considered one of the healthiest places in the State. The School eniovs the advantages of a tri weekly mail. For circulars containing the place of the School and terms, apply to the Rev. Alexander Wilson, D. D. Mel ville, Alamance County, N. C. Dec. 2, 1851. 886 4w. President of Randolph Macon- College, and by others of high standing. Terms of Tuition per Session of Jive months For Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, $7,50 The Higher branches of English. 13,50 " Classics. 15,00 For the purpose of encouraging parents and guardi ans to patronise this school the Trustees propose to take boarders at 85 Der month, which will make tnis me cheapest good School in this section of country. By order of the Hoard of I rustees. C W. ALLEN, Secy, ft r; ti n ..: 1 1 r . xariviver l . v. uibuvuio uunijr, 00 1 It. UCC lit, 1DP1. Loniburg Female Seminary. rnHE Spring Session of 1852, will commence on the 1st Monday in January. Board will be $43 per session. I no tuition varies according 10 me siuuies pur sued ; and all the particulars may be seen in the Circular which will be sent, on application, to any who may de sire it The School has been under the charge of the present Principals for nine years past, and is thoroughly organized with an able and efficient corps of Teachers affording advantages which, it is believed, are unsur passed by those of any similar institution in the fetate, JNO. D. HAWKINS, Pres't. of tke Board of Trustees. Dec 12, 1851. 13 3t. NASHVILLE MALE ACADEMY. THE next session of this institution will commence on the first Monday in January next, under the su pervision of Mr. Selah Hammond, who has had long experience in fitting youth for College. - Terms of Tuition per Session Primary English, branches, $8,00 Higher do. do. 12,00 The same embracing Latin and Greek, 15,00 Board for Children can be had in good families in and auar the village at $6 per month. BY THE TRUSTEES Nashville, N. C. Dec. 4, 1851. 1 1 ttw. Rclfford Female Academy, NASH CO. N. G. Mrs. M. C. Richardson. Miss M. E. Stone, T I THE Exercises will be resumed on the 1st Monday 10 January, 1852. Board per month. $6,50, Other charges as formerly. For particulars inquire of Dr. G. SILLS, Belford P. O. December 13, 1851. 13 6t. Rare Chance'for' a' good investment. IS now offered by, the Subscriber whe 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, ard 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, and comprises a Wood Shop containing 8 benches a Harness Shop, containing 4 benches; a Blacksmith Shop with 4 forges, and Large and commodious Paint and Trimming Rooms all new and ia excellent order. - There are besides these a large wood house, filled with an immense quantity of fine sea soned Timber, adapted to every department of the busi ness. A Turning Lathe and Saw moved by horse pow er ; a new Pump on the premises. Shelter for vehicles, and in a word all the improvements ard conveniences found in the best Establishments either North or South. Immediately opposite, are the Dwelling House J8"5 and Ware House. The Dwelling-house is a fine two story building, with an acre lot attached, having all necessary out houses and conveniences reouired bv family. The situation is elevated, healthy and pleasant. Ihe Ware-house is. a new two storv 50 X 26 ft, build ing, and cost upwards of $1250. In addition to these will be found a large and varied assortment of Trimmings, Paluts. Leather and Harness MOUNTINGS, all new and of the latest style. Ihe 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 elezance of its work, combine with the growing importance of the place to render it the most appropriate point in East ern Carolina for a Carriage Manufactory. The purcha ser will obtain the most accommodating terms, and any reasonable time to make his payments. To his friends and patrons the subscriber returns his hearty thanks for their liberal patronage, anu informs them that he has now on hand the largest and finest as sortment of BUGGIES and oher VEHICLES ever 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. JAMES NELSON. . Greenville, June 25, 1851. 75 tf. i 5 limnhnl r-, ' - -i. Duccess GLORIOUS RESULTS AGAIN Every Drawing of the Lottery at The Far Famed and Truly Fortunate Lottery It , PYFER & CO, M. 1 Light St. Baltimore, Md. Clearly demonstrates the fact very extensively cotlf for a long series of years, that Dlel ONE ORDER To the Old-Established and Popular Hon,. P , A" A G Ha.test m Prompted by an inflexible resolve to Wwh f, habitation of man that gaunt and hideous tvram ty, we proclaim to the world an Infallible Specifi ,,(t ranted to remove the barriers that exclude from h is ses the station, influence and luxuries eniov, i " favored few," and to elevate the lowly born ! , 7 to a position beside the " lordly patroon." Experience has tested its merit, and thousmi had from their childhood suffered the u sline an 110 of outrageous fortune," have by a well-timed n,j Pyfcr jr Oi's Truly Lucky and Popular Realized ere they " declined into the vale of tunes for themselves, and fortunes for their ?!,, fou Always remember, that every man, woman and who reads this, inflicts upon his or her welfare i ' ous wrong, who permits another day to fall ; F'- vonex of the past," without making an effort to i'Kiwie jus of tr overly By forwarding an order by mail, for a Packaee o, a . Ticket in any of the following M9!rnifin. i ... P1 January, to the old-established", far-famed and truUf"0' Important to Millers & Mill Owners. THE Undersigned would respectfully inform those 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 iOUSG'fl IMPKMVUIJ f ATEJIT SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE. The only Machine of the kind that has stood the test and given satisfaction to the public. It has surplan'ed every Smut Machine yet ottered in the State, more or less ot whic-h has been taken down to make room tor it. 1 he public need tear no imposition, as there ari now some 2S0 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 their performance. It not only thoroughly cleanses the Wheat of smut, but also purifies it of all other substances, almost to perfection. It takes up but 4 feet square in the Mill, and requires but little power, it is warranted for five years against breaking or wearing out, and also to retain its cleaning qualities for that time. There are a number of these Machines through which 100,000 bushels of Wheat have been cleaned, and they have never been out of order one day. ' There was awarded to it the Premium at the Maryland State Fair, and a Premium with a Silver Medal, at the Fair of the Marvland Institute, at Baltimore, last Fall. Address the Subscriber at South Lowell Mills.-Orange county, N. C. JNO. A. MCMAWINEIM. December 21, 1850. 15 tt. E. E. HARDING, & Co. WOULD observe, that, as the season draws on, for Fall and Winter Clothing, they have anticipated the wants of the people, and would be pleased te show all who may favor them with a call, their assortment, consisting of Drab, Black, and Blue Beaver Clotli Overcoats ana sacKs. We would call your attention particularly to the as sortment of Overcoats, as it embraces every desirable and late style. Our PANTS are excellent. Fastidious as well as men of fashion, can here find something to 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 ot color. In the assortment ot VLa I you will find rich Cut Velvet. Merinos of all colors. Silk, light and dark Cas 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. You will find how ever, a large assortment ol bbirts. 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 sale. E. L- HARDING. Raleigh, Sept. 29, 1851. 94 nate Lottery Brokers, PFFER Jk CO. No. 1, Light-st., Baltimore, m Lo and Behold the Success in December All sold by PYFER & Co. BRILLIANT ARRAY $40,000, Whole Ticket, sent to Ohio. $20,000, Half Ticket, sent to North Carolina $18,000, Quarter Ticket sent to do. $15,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to Tennessee $10,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to South Car'ol'm. $10,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to Virginia. $8,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to Pennsylvania $5,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to Alabama. THIS LUCK CAN'T BE BEAT. Orders Confidential. WHO'LL HAVE A NEW YEAR'S GIFT Brilliant Schemes for January, ism Date Capital No.of Price of Pr, , Jan- -I,zes- Ballots. Tickets. P.r"of GREAT EXCITEMENT. TF YOU WANT TO SAVE A COUPLE HUN- X DRED DOLLARS, send on your orders for Turpentine Stilla, Caps, Arms, and Worms: Also, Brandy Stills, and any kind of Copper work, Brass, Machinery, 5cc. The 'prices of Still-caps, Arms, and Worms, are as follows : By tho pound 37 cents ; or by contract. 7 barrel Still-cap, Anns and Worms, $400 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. JOSEPH WOLTERING. Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1851. 90 y. ' Principals. MATTRESS MAKING. THE Subscriber has just received, direct from the North, a supply of the best quality of Curled Hair, which will enable him fo manufacture a superior qual ity of Hair Mattresses. he would respectfully inform the Public that he can furnish them with the best articles in his line, as cheap as they can be bought in New York. Persons from the neighboring villages and counties, who have heretofore sent North, can provide themselves with as good an article of work, and at as low a price, by send ing their orders to me. Also, constantly on hand, the much improved SHUCK and COTTON MATTRESSES, and at the lowest prices. Also, Sofas, Lounges, and Easy Chairs, manufactured in various styles. Also, repairing and re novating old Hair Mattresses, &.C, done at the shortest notice. All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. Ware Room on Fayetteville street, two doors above the Yarbroogh House. J. HENRY HARRISS, Upholsterer end Mattress Maker. Raleigh October 24, 1851. 102 Ready Made Clothing. FINE dress and frock Coats, Fine black and fancy Cassimere Pantaloons, Fine fancy silk, merino and velvet Vests, Fine beaver, pilot, Petersham and cloth Overcoats, Common Negro Overcoats, Jackets and Pants, Boy's sack and frock cloth and Tweed Coats, Boy s 1 weed and Cassimere Pantaloons, Merino, Silk and Linen Shirts, The above goods were manufactured expressly for City trade, and are warranted to be equal in style', quality and workmanship, to any made to order, and will be sold at reduced prices for-cash.- STITH & CO.- Raleigh, Dec. 4, 1851. 11- Mr; Franklin Institute, Cedar Rock, Franklin County, North Carolina. D. S. RICHARDSON, Principal. - fTHE tlth Term of this School will open on the 1st I Monday in January, 1852. Hoard, 96,50 per month. For a Circular containing full particulars apply to the Principal, or JNO. ADAMS HARRISON. Sec Board Trustaes. December 13, 1851. 13 6u Family School, Warren County, near Littleton, N. C The next Session of this School will commence on Fri day, the 16th of January. TERMS. For Boys entering under 14 years and preparing for Col lege, Board and Tuition per session in advance $80'. . For others, private application may be made. J. DxB. HOOPER. Dec. 18, 1851. is W4t. . axims and Morals, by Rochefoucaued, 00; Rural Homes, by G. Wheeler, 1,25; Vaga- mundo, or the attache in Spain, by J. C. Warren, 1,00 ; The Captains of the Old World, by H. W. Herbert, 1,25; Swallow Barn, by J. P. Kennedy, 2,00 ; The Queens of Scotland, by Agnes Strickland, vol. 2, 1,00 Travels in the United States, dec. by Lady Wortley, 75 ; Hand Book of Literature and True Arts, 2,00 ; Hand Book of Useful Arts, 2,00. For sale by W. L. POMEROY. Raleigh, Dec J2, 1851. 12 LOUIBlJKG MALE ACADEMY. T. M. JONES, A. M. Principal. HE Spring session of 1852, will commence 00 the first Monday in January. Instruction thorough and systematic'. Discipline mild and firm. Tuition as heretofore. Board in the village and vicinity eight to nine dollars. Louisburg, Dec. 20, 1851. 899 4w. Raleigh Academy. THE 21st session of this Institution will again com. mence on the 7th of January, 1853.' ' TUITION; TER SESSION. .Classics, , 25.,v English, r , .,.. , , , . . 16. . " J. M.' LOVEJOY. Dec. 15, 1851. ' 14 4t! FEMALE SCHOOL, HUlsboro', If. C. THE winter Session of Mr. and Mrs.- Bua will's School will begin on Thursday, the 15th January a r 1 . ,. . . r. .. . . next jooaru can oe naa in me r amity ot tne PrinnipaL For terms, ice. see circular. - Address , - ;. , . ,. REV. R. BURWELLy ' : - ,. Hillsboro' IV, C. . Dec 12 1851. .., 898 4w. EXTRA new bulled Buckwheat Flour. " " A lot of superior Gosneo Butter. - ' '" ' Just to hand. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER. FALL TRADE, 1851. Southern Trade will soon insure Southern Rights ! T AM now receiving from Petersburg, Richmond, Nor- I folk and Baltimore, my Fall and Winter supply of Groceries, Dry Goods Crockery, Cnina and Hard Ware, carefully selected for the season, at moderate prices for cash, or on a short credit to punctual customers. I ex 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 a Village Store. I will take in exchange for Goods, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Fodder, Flax-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 Bank. THOMAS W. HOLDEN. P. S. I will attend to any Commission business, or forwarding of Goods, so as to satisfy those who may in trust them to me. T. W. H. October 1, 1851. 95 Prime Green Tea, JUST Received, . Ai.so, Loaf, Crushed, clarified and brown Sugar, Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee, Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Starch, Nutmegs, Cloves, and Mace, Spanish Indigo, bar Lead, Powder, Shot, and Percussion Caps, Blacking, shoe, scrubbing, horse, crumb and hearth Brushes, tooth, nail and hairbrush es, cut Nails finishing and common Brads, Swedes Iron and cast Steel, cotton and wool cards, bellows, brass and cast Irons, Gothic Fenders, shovels and tongs, Hods, fire carriers. Painted and brass bound Buckets, wire sieves,shovels and spades, Collin's axes, Augurs, saws, files, chisels, cross cut and mill saws, Broad axes, adas, frying pans, wafer and waffle irons, Knob, pad, stock, till and cupboard Locks, hinges, screws, finishing brads, cut tacks, knives and forks, Pen and pocket knives, scissors and shears, Iron squares, trace and log chains, wagon boxes, Tin and Crockery ware. For sale by J. BROWN. Oct. 14, 1851. 99 CHURCH ROOKS. JARVIS' church History, vol. 1, comprising the first five periods, $3,00. Commentary on the book of Common Prayer, by Bishop Brownell,$3,00. Elements of Christian Science, by the Rev. Wm. Adams, Prof ot of Theology, S1.50. Mellvilie's Sermons, 2 vols 3,50. The Churchman Armed, containing Palmer's Ecclesi astical History, and Bishop Hobart's Apology, $1,25. Double witnesses of the Church, by Kipp, $1.00. Ho bart's companion to the Altar, 75. Jenk's Devotions 75. Warnings of the Holy Week, by the Rev. Wm. Adams, author of the old Man's Home, ate. 40. Wilson's Sac ra Privata, 75 ; Do. small Edition 40. Communicant's companion, 25 ; Steps to the Altar, 25 ; Scenes in our Parish by a Country Parson's Daughter, $1,00. Allego ries and Tales, by the Rev. Wm. Adams, comprising Old Man's Home, Shadow of the Cross, Distant Hills, and the King's Messenger, Morocco Extra, $3,00. Al legories and Tales, by Rev. Ed. Monroe, Comprising the Dark River Combatants, $3,00. Revellers, &c. Mo rocco Extra, $3,00. For Sale by W, L. POMEROY. Raleigh,Dec.6,1851. 11- 1 2 3 5 6 7- 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 23 29 30 31 $20,000 17,500 37,500 26,000 20,000 35,000 18,000 20,000 40,000 25,000 24,000 30,000 20,000 13,500 50,000 25,000 20,000 30,000 24,000 20,000 40,000 25,000 16,312 30,000 18,000 15,000 61,576 13 drawn 15 drawn 12 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn 14 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 14 drawn 13 drawn 13 drawn 15 drawn 15 drawn 11 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 15 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 12 drawn 14 drawn 14 drawn 1 6 drawn OBSERVE. of Quarter 5 5 10 8 5 10 5 5 12 8 5 10 5 4 15 8 5 10 5 5 10 8 5 10 5 4 20 16 00 34 00 25 06 17 00 30 00 18 00 18 00 45 00 S5 00 18 H 35 00 15 00 13 I'O 60 0o 30 00 18 00 30 00 18 00 18 37 0(1 30 0(. 18 00 37 5o 16 00 13 00 60 00 Tickets onr, a 78 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos 78 Nos 7.c Nos 75 Nos 78 Nos PLEASE The price of Packages advertised above. The Managers Printed Drawing, endorsed bjtkt commissioners appointed (for this purpose) by the Gov ernor of Maryland, are in all cases sent to our Com pondents. letters always strongly and carefully sealed. The purchasers of Packages of Tickets seldom hiti more than six chances against tneir drawing in a rVk age any of the Capital Prizes, and one Package mu draw, four of the highest Prizes. Two-third of tin Prizes are sold in Packages of Tickets. Please order a few days before the Lotteries draw. All Orders punctually answered by the return mails. Persons al a distance from Baltimore, who wish"Fx- tune Buckled on their Backs," will find that it is ml; necessary to enclose the price (as laid down in the abon schedule,) lor a Package ot 5ingle 1 tckets to the I ruN Fortunate, Far-Famed and Old Established House of PYFER & CO No. 1 Light St., Baltimore, Mil. Or, Box 524, Baltimore Post Office. January 1, 1852. 17- Oils, Tallow Grease, and OI110 ITliuer- A Li PAINT. BARRELS Machinery Oil. gallon. 25(10 gallons do. do. in casks of varioussizes. 200 Barrels Boiled Paint Oil. 5000 Gallons do do do n m-iUs of various sizes. 350 Barrels Tanners'Oil. Various kiftdsand qualms, from 35 to 60 cents per gallon. 1500 Gallons in Casks ot various sizes Various kw and qualities, from 35 to 50 cents per gallon. 50 Tons Tallow Grease, foe Heavy Bearings,! Coarse Machinery, in Barrels or Casks, ofanyca sistency required. Price 6 cents per lb, 150 Tons Ohio Mineral Paint, in barrels, at Helena, market price. Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill in thecoiw weather, and considered by those using it equal Sperm OiU . Boiled Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oil, other ua for white. , . . I am constantly receivm imgc cupping " ,...! named articles, and my motto is, Small prom. quick returns." B. F. FUy, ot water street, lunaerms rcu"- New York, Jan. 1, 1851. J. Valuable Property for Sale t -it 11 1:1 1 1 u h House snd W A Will evil UIJ a uuciai i-rvuM., ".- ; on which I live in the Eastern Wri City, eligibly situated, near the residence w Josiaa. O. Watson. ,, a The lot contains about an acre of ground, wt" newly fenced in. The house is commodious -. , t. -j- u;.loa bases'" ty Dlieu up. 11 contains lour ruuiw ucmuv- - - Kiti-hen. mr 300 Price 75 cte. p do do do 55 per p. do do do do s WAIM'S JUSTICE. The North Carolina Justice ; containing a summary statement of the Statutes and Common Law of this State, together with the Decisions of the Supreme Court, and all the most approved forms and precedents relating to the office aqd duty of a Jus tice of the Peace, and 6th,er public officers, according to mouern practice, by BE.NJAM1N 8W4JM. Secqnd. edition, revised and corrected. For sale at the North Carolina Book Store by HENRY- D. TURNER. Raleigh, 1851. ' 12 WAIN WRIGHT and MUHLENBERG'S Church Music, the choir and family Psalter, being the Psalms of David, together with the Canticles of the morning and evening prayer, and occasional offices of iue isnurcn, arranged lor chanting, to wnicn is prefixed a selection of chants. Just received and for sale by W; L. POMEROY. December 23, 1851- . 88 WEDDING Cake Boxes. One gross for sale by , ; H. D. TURNER, , .., . ' J. C, BQk Store. : Raleigh, January tst, 1852. 17 MORE NEW BOOKS. THE life and times of Calvin, the great Reformer. Translated from the German of Paul Henry, D. D. 2 vol., 8 mo., $3. Scenes and Legends in the North of Scotland, by Hugh Miller, author of Old Red Sand Stone, Foot Prints of the Creator, &c. 1 vol., 12 mo., $1,25. Campbell's Lives of the Chief Justices of England, from the Norman Conquest to the Death of Lord Mans field. American edition, just re-printed. 2 vol., 8 mo., $3,50. Appleton's Dictionary of Mechanics, Machinery, En gine Work and Engineering, with 400 Illustrations. 2 vol. Royal, 8 vo., i Calf, $12,00. For sale by W. L. POMEROY. Raleigh, ct 20th, 1851. 10 Purified Charcoal Tooth Paste. FOR whitening and preserving the Teeth, cleansing the mouth, and purifying the breath. Charcoal is a powerful disinfecting agent ; and when made from prop er materials, is considered by Ihe most eminent physi cians aed medical writers, to be the safest Dentifrice in use. The only obstacle to its more general use, has been its dusty nature, which, in the form now offered, is en tirely avoided- This preparation contains no other sub stances except such as are necessary to prepare it in this form, which ofthemselves are perfectly safe, and induce a healthy condition ol the mouth.' For sale by ' H. D. TURNER, Raleigh, Dec. 1851. N. C. Bookstore. TT'ORM BOOK The North Carolina Form Book; Jj containing all the most useful forms which occur in business transactions between man and man, as well as in official stations: together with the Constitution of North Carolina and of the United States ; the act fixing tl)9 feesof Clerks, Sheriffs, Ac. Calculated for the use of the citizens of North Carolina, tud made conformable to law. Compiled by a member of the North Carolina oar. for sale by a. u. ruiuniin, ( Raleigh, Docembor, 1851. Bf. C. bookstore., XOT of Tbtt kime., ' ;j ' Just to band . ; . W. H. & R. 8, TUCKER. ,1.. .l.. tn o Attaint .vim nantrv. &C. 6tC me necessary wyi-uuuw:,, uiuiuuiug . . O T.I . . II n. tMTffr 1U noose, etanies. ccc, sou we uesi weu " "-p... "diggms,- . win oe ioumi upon iae preiui- ftjC. uen aiiacueu u ius resiuciitu n vation. . . .yit I will also sell the Lot adjoining, contaww , fourths of an Acre, more or less. The Lots wu separately or together, as purchasers may ue 1 he property cannot tail to piease b"j r wishes a highly desirable residence. For details, terms, &c. apply immediately w ., THOMAS M. 0LIEh- Raleigh, Pec. 5, 1851. CO-PAKTUTERSHIP. rpHE subscribers have this day formed VnH- J. snip, unuer tne name anu siyie 01 ini. RISS, and have taken the new granite rro k, ay erected by Capt. G. Potter, 00 Front between ind juoct streets, wnere iney win ww;. 'iivs- Ing Implements, to which they invite the attenn" merchants and othera. , Being linruai ouoi we reel " ,lf ortfMoa in our line on as favorable terms, and ot quality, as can be purchased in the' United States. V ALEX. McRAE, J'-. N. T. HARRIS. , Wilmiggton, Oct. I, 1851. ' .'NOTICE. . I 1 tl c, stjpscriner oaving lurraeu - ljjsi --jyir. i, f. mar niss, is aesirous m .. IumI... s, 11 errr. nnon thOSS 1UU . :i r theft bim the necessity or a prompt settlement He at the same time tenders his Aanks to nis customers for their kind -pnage, anJsohxiw nanrnof the same-to the u?W firm. AEX. Wilmington, Oct. 1, 1851. McRAE. ItfcRAE & HARRISS rirDnPTCTS orwl WhoIpnl anil Retail Iniiina. Glass, and Earthenware, and F?, m.ni. west side Front street, between Dock streets, Wilmington, Tf.C ; 97,tf, Wilmington, October 1, 1851. it Ma'