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EMI-WEEKLY NORTH-CAROLINA STANDARD,
VEEKLY, $4 PER ANNUM.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS.
WEEKLY, 2 TER ANNUM.
VOL. II-
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1852.
NO. 19.
TITF NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD
L1SHED WSKKLT AND 8IMI-WEIKI1 BT
Jtlliam w. holden,
W editor AND PROPRIETOR.
the Wkek.lt. Two dollars per ai.num
Teiims of the first month, Two dollars and
; iJvance, n(. be deiayed six months ; and Three
fifty cent, l p j witain six months from the time ol
Dollars, U notpaiu
juIiscribmS- Semi-Weeklt. Four dollars per
Teiim "Jvance or within the first month; Four
annum, n " ccnu, if payment be delayed six months ;
dollars ana j :f not paid within six months from the
,nd I"ive Dolljr:" v
'j,aUIXvc rules will be inflexibly adhered to.
ty irn. not exceeding fourteen lines will
A0TTl one time for one dollar, and twenty-five
be ins" nx, subsequent insertion; those of greater
length in p-P uncharged 25 per cent higher than the
vcrtisements m rMsonab,e retiuction will be made to
above Tate. ...!, vear. Advertisements inser-
those wrio J,.Itf standard, will also appear in
,se who auvcru- v - .
ted & '0f charge.
the Weetiy who mav wi
briber., and other who may wish to send, money
V p ;tr tin do so at ail times, Dy mail anu ai aa
i SKrall.u.n promptly transmitted.
Letters to the EJitor must come free of postage.
Mail Arrangements at Raleigh.
Northern Mail.
Due on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 P.
Mbue'o? Sunday,' Wednesday and Friday, at 7 P.
clstrVScexcept Saturday) at 9 P. M.
Southern Mail.
Due Daily, at 10 P. M.
Closes daily at 12 M.
Western Mail.
Due on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at 1
IT
Closes on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10
A. M.
Pittsborouoh Mail.
Due on Monday and Thursday, at 7 P. M.
Closes on Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 P. M.
Tarbcrough Mail.
Due on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 P.M.
Closes on Monday, Wednesday, ana r naay ai
P. M.
Goi.DSBOROUGH MAIL.
Due on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, at 3 A.M
Closes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at (
A. M.
Roxborocgh Mail.
Due every Friday at 10 A. M.
Plncoa pverv Fridav at 12 M.
Letters should be in fifteen minutes before closing.
Saddle and Harness Establishment.
The undersigned tenders his sin
cere thanks to his friends and num
erous customers, for the very liber
al patronage bestowed on him since
his commencement in business in
this city, and hopes by a strict and
diligent attention to his business, to
. . . r . 1 : e
merit a continuance 01 lueir istdh.
Having had the misfortune to lose his Store House by
Fire, he has taken a Store on the West side of Fayette
ville Street, in Peace's Row, 2nd door South of P. F.
PcscuiTs Drug Store, where he will continue to conduct
his business as heretofore. Having in his employ the
best workmen the country can produce, and the best ma
terials, he is prepared to make to order any and "every
article manufactured iu his line of business, with fidelity
and despatch.
All kinds of repairing also done promptly.
The following comprises a list of gooJs constantly kept
on hand, and which shall be sold at prices to suit the
times. .
Gentlemen's best plain and stitched Saddles, Spanish
ditto, all kinds, Somerset and shafted ditto, full quilted
Spanish and Washington Covered ditto, common Sad
dles, great variety, Ladie's Saddles all kinds, Boy's and
Waon ditto.
Coach, Bu?gie and Stage Harness; Waggon and Car
Harnesses, all' kinds; Saddle Bags, Briddlesand Martin
gales, all kinds ; Trunks and Travelling Bags, Buffaloe
Dbes; Coach, Buggie and Riding Whips, all kinds;
Waggon, Planter's and Drover's ditto ; Skirting Harness,
Ba: and Bridle Leather, Sheep and Hog Skins, Sad
dle Trees, Girth and Straining Webb, Enameled and
Dash Leather.
Stirrnp Irons and Bridle Bitts, all kinds and Patterns;
Coach, Gig and Buggie Harness Mounting, all Patterns ;
in fact, all articles usually kept in a regular Saddlery
Store can be had here.
C. VV. D. HUTCHING3.
Raleigh, January I, 1851.
17 tf.
THE NOVELTY IRON WORKS.
TO my old friends and the public generally, I am
pleased to say, that I am now prepared at my new
Establishment, the Novelty Works, to execute in tro
very best manner. Locomotive and Stationary Engines,
Saw and Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Machinery of every"
description, Iron and Brass Castings in every variety,
Screw Cutting, of any desired length and calibre; having
the most improved machinery for the purpose to be found
North or 'South.
I employ none but the very best workmen, and ex
pect to put out none but the very best work.
The Novelty Works are under the exclusive manage
ment of a practical Machinist, Mr. H. G. BRUCE, who
has no superior as an Engineer and Machinist in any
country. This establishment was erected exclusively
for the benefit of the Citizens of North Carolina, and I
fan assure them that they need not go out of the State
for anything in the above line of business, as I challenge
the World to nroduce n finpr STEAM 2NGINE or a
better MILL than can be purchased at my establish
ment.
I am now manufacturing several large and small
STEAM ENGINES
for Saw Mills to whi.-h, and to my facilities for Manu
torturing them, I would respectfully, call the attention
f the public.
All Communications must be post-paid and directed
,9 SILAS BURNS,
Raleigh,
N. C.
Noveinhpr A A
'EESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C,
Williams HAVWnnn. & CO..
y 9 -
A lit. now receiving large aaaiuuns 10
their stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAIXTS, OILS, DYESTUFFS,
wh?Khie most reliblc Houses in the Northern Cities,
pur t reen purchased with an eye single to their
jfj' no- are offered for sale at such prices and on
in .l leJm as shall compare favorably wifh any house
"'he State. .
allv -C'ans Country Merchants, and Dealers gener
fey Wl'l do well to give us a call before purchasing,
'"i? assured we shall not fail to please both in point
6'pr'ce d quality.
riven 1 Promu,1y attended to, and particular attention
5 P '? Packing and forwarding.
aU h m Medicines and Prescriptions compounded at
in,Ur8of,he,ay an1 nRht, by a competent person
neatness and despatch.
R,? Jen(,(r our most sincere thanks to the citizens ol
liberal ,he 8urro,nding country for the long and
'K zeaiPa,r?n'5e wo have reeeived, and t;ust by untir
businA ? (i enerv to please in the prosecution of our
RS. t01merjt continuance.
-p!il!NApnl881: 49
WJra2U and Blani Executions for Clerks,
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FOR. l51-'2.
ISAAC PROCTER, Merchant Tailor, (Successor to
the firm ot Oliver & Procter) havingj purchased out
the entire interest of Thos. M. Oliver, in the late firm
of Oliver & Procter, I avail myselt of the very first op
portunity to inform the patrons of the said firm of the
fact and to solicit from them the continuance of their
support I have just received a beautiful supply of
uuus, sciecieu oy mr. uiiver, wun great care, from
the latest importations, mebraciag
Cloths, Cassi meres and Vestings of every colour dan
grade, Dress-Shirts, Uhder-Shirls, Drawers, Cravctst
Handkerchiefs, jv:., -c.
In fact, everything usually kept by Merchant Tailors
or Clothiers. I shall be assisted by Mr. Geo. L. Gould,
mi experienced joai cutter, iand a pupil or Mr. Oliver's
in fact, having been Oliver atid Procter's coat-cutter
: for the last fourteen months.) I shall have charge of the
; pantaloons and vest department myself, and I have had
: exclusive charge of it in the late firm lor the last five
1 years.
j Everything will be done that can be done, to give
: satisfaction and to render the establishment popular
with its patrons. Profoundly thankful for the patronage
I so liberally bestowed upon us as a firm, I shall endeavor
. by assiduous attention to business and a desire toplease.
iu uicm 1 is continuance.
ISAAC PROCTER.
ALSO,
ON HAND AND AM RECEIVING, daily, a large
assortment of CLOTHING, of every description and
style, of my own and Northern manufacture all of
which, being made under my own supervision, I can
fully recommend. I. P.
Raleigh , Oct 24th, 1851. 103
To my Friends and Customers iu North Carolina.
HAVING made arrangements to leave the State, at
furthest by the first of December, and having dis
posed of my interest to Isaac Procter, (my partner for the
last eight years,) I take-pleasure in recommending him
to those who have stood by me so long, as a gentlemen
every way worthy of their confidence and support.
I look upon Mr. Procter, without attempting to dis
parage others, and what I say now must be believed,
(being totally disconnected with him in business) as be
ing the very best cutter I ever saw. He will be assis
ted by Geo. L.Gould, a pupil of mine, who has been
cutting all the Coats made up for our customers for the
last fourteen months, and has no superior in that depart
ment. I have left in the concern all the patterns I have
of my customers scattered all over the State, and they
may rely upon being as faithfully served, having their
cloths, as well cut and made, and the quality of the ma
terials just such as would be furnished, were The
BUG,' present in propria persona." I have laboured
hard to build up a business in North Carolina, and desire
that those who have patronised me should continue to
uphold my late partner, particularly when assured by
me, that they will be as well served as they were under
the administration of Oliver &. Procter.
THOMAS M. OLIVER.
Raleigh, October 23d, 1S51. 103
Ready Made Clothing.
WE have just received from one of the largest and
best established Houses in the United States,
one of the largesfand best assorted Stocks ever brought
to this City, a Stock that would favorably compare with
the Custom Work ot any Establishment in the Union,
which we are instructed to sell at unprecedented low
prices, and to which we invite the attention of Country
Merchants, citizens of Raleigh, the surrounding Coun
try, and Members of the next General Assembly, and ask
them to call and examine our Stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at prices that
will defy competition.
Country Merchants need have no fears of rinding us
with a broken assortment, as we shall continue to have
Urge additions throughout the Season.
In addition to the above, we have a full assortment of
fine Shi rts, Jenny Lind and other patterns, together with
Silk. Merino, Lambs wool Shirts and Drawers.
All of which we will sell as low as they can be pur
chased of any Establishment in New York or any oth
City. A. B. STITH & CO.
Raleigh, 18 .05 840 w tf.
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
A T HAND
j Gunny and Hemp Bagging, 44 inches wide
Bale Rope and Twine.
ALSO,
150 pairs of Men's and Boy's Brogans,
Men's Kip Shoetees, Woms. Lea. Bootees,
with a general assortment of shoes,
Bl'k ana white Wool Hats,
75 Point and Duffle Blankets,
Cradle Blankets,
For sale low by'
J. BROWN,
No, 9, Fayetteville St.
Raleigh Oet. 6, 1851. 97
MRS. WOLTERIXG
RESPECTFULLY announces to the Ladies ot Ral
eigh and surrounding country that she is now re
ceiving her FALL and WINTER STOCK oi FANCY
GOODS, embracing China goods, fine iron-stone dinner-
setts, tea-setts, and cups and saucers as fine as ever
brought to this fjity.
Also. GROCERIES of every description. MUSI
CAL INSTRUMENTS, &c, which will be sold low
for cash.
Just Received, a fresh supply of CONFECTION A
RIES. Thankful for past favors, she solicits a continuance of
lhe same.
WILHELMINA WOLTERING.
Raleigh, Sept. 12th, 1851. 90 J.
CALL AT PROCTER'S.
AND examine that lot of NEW AND BEAUTI
FUL CLOTHING, just arrived.
Fine Blue, Black, Brown, Green, and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats, at unprecedented low prices.
Cheap Frock, Sack, and Over Coats, of every price
and variety.
Paletot Frocks and Over Coats, an entirely new and
beautiful article, pronounced by all the most tasteful
garment of the season.
Any or all of which will be sold extremely low for
cash, or on usual terms to punctual customers.
ISAAC PROCTER.
Raleigh, Nov. 21, 1851. 6
TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
1"XHE subscriber is now running a two-horse Hack
from Gaston to Garysburg, about 17 miles, in con
nection with the Portsmouth Road, so that travellers go
ing North can be accommodated in the promptest mane
ner, as this line is also in connection with the Baltimor-
boats. The Hack leaves Gaston immediately on the ar
rival of the Raleigh train.
Travellers will save $2 by this route, and go about
six hours ahead of the present arrangements.
W. R. PEPPER, Agent.
December 29, 1851. 16 Sm.
LAW SCHOOL At HILLSBORO', N. C.
THE next Session of this Institution will commence
on Thursday the 15th of January next, and continue
until June following.
AMoot Court will be holden once in each week.
Text books can be had here at the prices charged by
E. J. Hale & Son, of Fayetteville.
Board can be had in good families in town and in the
immediate neighborhood upon reasonable terms.
F. NASH,
J. L. BAILEY.
December 30th, 1851. 16 1m.
Music and Pianos.
ae-i JUST KJSUiil V at the JNortn Uaroli-
-yf-d na Music Store, 2,000 pieces of new and
it U elegant Music, among which may be found
the songs of Miss Catharine Hayes, with correct
lithoffraDhs of the 8wan of Erin." Also, the Bloomer
Waltzes and Polkas, with splendid colored vignettes of
the Bloomer; also, Passadita, acc.
K. W. PETERSILIA.
September 26, 1851. 9 tf.
DR. WILLIAM II. MILLER.
OFFICE ABOVE THE
LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Raleigh, July 22nd, 1 85 L 76
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
RALEIGH, N. C.
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
iwiiis anu 1 urpentine Distilleries,) upon favorable terms.
Its Policies now cover property amounting to $4,500
000, a. large portion of which is in country risks ; and
if-s 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 leas than one third of one per cent
per annum, on all grades ot property embraced in its ope
rations. The following persons have been elected Directors
and Umcers of this Company for the present year.
Directors :
Dr. Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B. Roulhac, Richard
bmith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. W. Whit
ing, T. H. Selby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill. Fayette
ville, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hoyt
Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, John Cox,
Edenton, Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph H. Pool,
Elizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander
JVlitcnell, JNewbern, W. JV. H. Smith, Murfreesborough,
PI. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and
A. 1 . Summy, Asheville.
All Directors are authorized to receive applications.
Officers of the Company:
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, 7
Richard Smith, Executive Committee.
John Primrose, J
All communications in reference to insurance should
lie addressed to the Secretary, post paid.
J. C. PARTRIDGE, Sec'y.
Raleigh, Sept 13, 1851. 90
GREENSBOROUGH
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
PURSUANT to an Act of Incorporation, a Company
has been formed under the name and style of" The
Greensborough Mutual Insurance Company," and fully
organized by the appointment of the following Officers:
JAMES SLOAN, President.
S. G. COFFIN, Vice President.
PETER ADAMS, Secretary and Treasurer.
C. P. MENDENHALL, Attorney.
JOHN A. MEBANE, )
W. J. McCONNEL, Executive Com.
WM. S. RANKIN, )
Directors.
James Sloan, W. J. McConnel, William S. Rankin,
Jed. H. Lindsay, Shubal G. Coffin, William H. Reece,
Tyre Glenn, John B. Mebane, Andrew Weatherly, C.
P. Mendcnhall, Lyndon Swaim, Jesse Shelly, Jonathan
W. Field.
This Company has now been in succesful operation
for several months, and will take risks upon Dwelling
Houses, Stores and other Buildings, Merchandize, Fur
niture, Produce, &c. The object of this organization is
to afford a system of Insurance which shall operate for
the mutual benefit of all its members.
1 he peculiar advantages arising from this mode of In
surance is. that the assured pay no more than the actual
losses and expenses of the Company, and experience
has proved the safety of Mutual Insurance Companies,
as well as the grcnt saving to its members ; no stronger
argument can be produced in their favor, than the con
fidence which they receive from the entire community,
where such Companies are in successful operation.
Any information respecting the principles of the Com
pany will be cheerfully furnished by the Secretary, or
any of its Agents. PETER ADAMS, Sec'y.
The Subscriber, .having been appointed Agent, will
receive applications and make surveys to effect Insur
ance in said Company.
GEORGE T. COOKE,
Raleigh, N. C.
December 5, 1851. 896
NORTH CAROLINA
Mutual Life Insurance Company
OFFICE RALEIGH, N. C.
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
Jds their value.
OFFICERS.
Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President,
Wm. D. Haywood, Vice President,
James F. Jordan, Secretary,
Wm. H. Jones, Treasurer,
Perrin Busbee, Attorney,
Dr. Wm. 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
f the Company, may be had on application at the Of
fice, or any of the Agencies. All letters on business
should be addressed to JAMES F. JORDAN,
Secretary.
April 28, 1S50. 51
SAMUEL II . MARKS'
wholesale: candy manufactory,
AND WAREHOUSE FOR
Fruits, Cigars, Fancy Articles, Sec.
ESTABLISHED 1830.
flTHE subscriber would respectfully call attention
JL to his very large and extensive assortment of CAN
DIES, of his own manufacture, of every style and qual
ity, which he warrants equal to any made in this coun
try. Also, to his assortment of FANCY GOODS,
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, TOYS, &c, selected with
great care by himself, and which lie offers on the lowest
terms. Having made extensive arrangements, he will
be enabled to offer every week to the trade fresh supplies
of Northern and Malaga Fruits of the most recent im
portation. A call is earnestly solicited.
SAM'L. H. MARKS.
Petersburg, Oct 23, 1851. 1
GENERAL AGENCY.
'iHE undersigned offers his services as Agent for the
I transaction of any business in the City of Raleigh,
at the Public Departments, the Banks, Insurance Offi
ces, &c.
He may be found at the office of the Secretary of
State. All letters addressed to him will be promptly at
tended to, and his charges will be moderate and s itis
factory. RUFUS H. PAGE.
REFERENCES.
Gov. D. S. Reid, Wm. Hill, Sec'y. Stale, D. W. Courts,
Pub. Treas. Wm. J. Clarke, Comp't. of State, E.
B. Freeman, Clerk Sup. Court, Geo. W. Mordecai,
Prest. of Bank of the State, Wm. H. Jones, Cash'r.
Bank of Cape Fear, W. W. Vass, Treas. R. $ G.
Raleigh. Dec, 18, 1851. 14 tf
At Evan's & Cooke's,
YOU will find a beautiful assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Embracing every article usual in Dry Goods Stores.
Also, Hardware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries
&c, Sec.
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.
H. L. EVANS,
GEO. T, COOKE.
August 30, 185L 86
NOTICE.
A LL those indebted to the firm of R. Tucker & Son
J are requested to come forward and make payment,
as longer indulgence cannot be given.
B W. H. H. TUCKER,
Surviving Partner
Pecember 30, 1851. 900
LARGE SALE,
Valuable Real & Personal Property.
Commencing 12A January, 1852.
THE Subscribers, as Executors ot the late Richaid
Hines, ofler for sale the very valuable Plantation he
died possessed of, containing about 2700 acres, a little
over half of which is cleared and iu a high state of cul
tivation. The Plantation is situated on the north side
of Tar River, in Edgecombe County, six or seven mi les
east of the Railroad, and nine miles above Tarborough,
adjoining the lands of Richard Harrison, and others.
There is on the premises a large and comfortable dwell
ing with eight rooms and all the necessary out-houses
and fixtures of the best kind and in good order.
We will not go into a detailed statement of the supe
riority of this Plantation, but invite all persons wishing
to purchase valuable land to examine this. A plat of
the land with a survey ot the cleared portions is lelt in
the hands of Mr. Isaac B. Farmer, on the premises,
who is well acquainted with it and will give any infor
mation to persons wishing to purchase. We will sell it
in one tract or divide it into two or three. If not dis
posed of at private sale, before the 12th ol next January,
we will, on that day, at 2 o'clock, P. M., on the premi
ses, offer it at public sale to the highest bidder. It has
not been necessary for a Physician to visit it during this
year.
We will also sell at the same place, one hundred and
ninety negroes, of the most valuable kind ; among them
are three carpenters, (one of these a Wheel-wright.)
two Blacksmiths, one painter, three fir.-t-rate house
servants, (one of them a seamstress,) a good ostler and
some of the best cotton.pickers in the Stae.
Also, the Stock and Crop, consisting of about 1500
barrels of Corn, 100 stacks of Fodder, two hundred
bushels of Rye, four hundred bushels of Peas, three
hundred and fifty fat hogs, 250 out hogs, 68 head of cat
tle, of the most improved breed.
Among them are many fine milk cows, and nine
yoke of young oxen, large and well broke; 1 pair of
horses, 1 pair splendid thorough bred fillies, 3 blooded
mares, 2 very fine ponies, 150 head oT sheep, the seed
from near 400,000 pounds of cotton, two Gins, one
wheat thrasher, three saddles and bridles, forty casks of
plaster and lime, eight wagons, ten carts, thirty-six sides
of leather, household and kitchen furniture, and all the
farming implements ol every description. The sale will
continue from day to day until everything is disposed ot.
fjrj- Terms op Sale. The land will be disposed of
on a credit of one, two, and three years. Bonds bearing
interest from date, with approved.security. will be re
quired. The other property will be sold on a credit of
six months, for all sums over ten dollsrs ; and all under
lhat imoun(, cash ; the purchaser giving bond and se
curity before the property is delivered.
W. R. SMITH,
PETER E. HINES,
Ex'rs-
Dec. I. 1851.
896 wtl2J.
LEATHER FOR FALL TRADE,
AT 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 manufacturer of the
Northern Cities one ef the largest and best selected
stocks we have ever knewn 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 opera
lion a large and well arranged Tannery, from which we
shall be receiving Leather regularly.
We have also lirogans 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. 6c R. H. FORD,
No. 21, Old Street,
opposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery.
Petersburg, August 13, 1851. 83 tf.
MARBLE WORK AND IRON RAILINGS.
xoiocixr sa?33."cra?jo:3S3a.s & sonxr,
No. 360 Market-Street, Philadelphia,
Furnish all kinds of JTlarble Work,
MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, &C,
At the most reasobable rates, and work w ranted equal
to any house in the Union.
M0B.3B & GAX.XAGXJCaB3aL,
Corner of Broad & Coates Streets,
PHILADELPHIA,
MANUFACTURE
ATX KINDS OF IRON RAILINGS,
For Enclosures, Balconies, Verandahs, and any
F.WCm iH.V UVKi,
On the most reasonable terms. Orders attended to with
dispatch.
September 27,1851. 94 6m
OLD AXES MADE NEW.
THE Subscriber begs leave "to inform his friends and
the public generally that he has taken the stand
formerly occupied by Mr. Silas Burns, and that he is
prepared to execute any Job in his line as Blacksmith,
particularly OLD AXE3 MADE NEW. Havingserved
his Apprenticeship with Mr. Burns, he flatters himself
that he will perpetuate the character heretofore sustained
by that Establishment.
My Grist Mill 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.
JUST RECEIVED.
NEW hulled Buckwheat Flour,
Superior Ohio Butter, Goshen Cheese,
Ohio Hams of Bacon, (excellent quality,)
Fine dried Beef, Buffalo Tongues,
Irish Potatoes," Prunes and Lindles,
Gayer and common Raisin, Currants and Citron,
Rhine Wines, together with a choice assortment of
. TOFSr if FJLYCY ARTICLES.
for sale low at F. MAHLER'S.
At the R. & G. R. R. Depot.
December 23, 1851. 899
COMMON SCHOOLS.
T N accordance with instructions of the Board of Super-
I intehdents of Common Schools for Wake County,
notice is hereby given to the Justices of the Peace of
said County, that application will be made at the next
term of the County Court, to increase the lax at present
levied for Common School purposes.
W. R. POOLE, Chairman,
December 6, 1851. 10 td.
NAZARINE and Skv-Blue Marinos,
Super White and Mode Col'd do.,
Rose, Dark Green, Pea Green and Cherry Col'd Muslins.
An additional supply of handsome Ribbons,
White and Col'd Paris Kid Gloves,
Velvet Ribbons,
Embroidering Braids, &c, &c.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
101
Notice.
rTlHERE will be & meeting of the Board of Trustees
I of St. John's College, in Oxford, on Wednesday,
the 4th of February next. Business of importance will
be before the Board, and a full attendance of the I rus-
tees is earnestly desired.
By order of the President
JAMES T. LITTLEJOHN, Sec'y.
Oxford. Dec. 22, 185L 901 4w.
Notice.
WHiTESTiitE, Columbus, Co. N. C
Dec. 10, 1851.
A TV. 4 rHE R WANTED, td take chanra of the
Academy at this place. A liberal price will be givenf
Application will De made 10 r . George, r.sq., or mysei
at this office. J. A. aiauajXSBX.
898 tf.
" p ACCARON1, another supply just received and for
It I sale by
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
NEW SHOE STORE.
GULL, begs leave to inform the citi-
1 ill ZCDS of '
' VW receivin
Raleigh and its vicinity, that he is now
ng the largest assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, VALICES, BONNET BOXES,
TRUNKS, CARPET-BAGS, SATCH
ELLS, &c, fcc,
hat has ever been offered in this markef.
The following is a list of a few of the leading articles
which he now offers to the public ;
Ladies Blue, Green, Bronze, and light colored Frffnella
Gaiters.
do do do do do do half do.
do Black thick and thin Si-le whole Gaiters,
do do do do half do.
do do do do Morocco Gaiters,
do do and Bronze do do Bootees,
do do thick and thin sole do Excelsiors,
do Bronze do do do.
do Black do Kid and Morocco Parodies.
do do do Enamelled Jenny Linds.
du Green, Bronze, and light colored Morocco Bus
kins, lo do do Polka
Shoes,
do Black Kid and Morocco Slippers,
do do do Ties,
do do do Walking Shoes,
do Black Kid and Morocco Buskins, thick and thin
soles,
do Over Shoes, a nice article,
do White Kid Slippers, a superior article,
A beautiful article ot'White Kid Gaiters daily expected,
Misses' Blue. Green, Bronze, aud light colored Prunel
la Gaiters,
do Black thick and thin sole do.
do Blue, Green, Bronze, and light colored Missess
Bootees,
do Black thick and thin sole do.
do do Morocco and Goat Buskins;
do do do Slippers,
do Goat nd Boarded Bootees,
Children's black, blue, green, bronze, and light col'ed.
Gaiters,
do . do do do Morocco Bootees,
do do do do do Polkas,
do Gnat Bootees and Jenny Lind Buskins.
Also, nearly every description of
MEN'S, BOYS', AND YOUTHS BOOTS,
SHOES, &.C.
All of the above can be had at exceedingly low
prices, for Cash, at the RALEIGH SHOE HOUSE,
on Fayetteville-street, opposite the Post Office, and se
cond door below Mr. Pomeroy's Book Store.
N. B -Country Merchants visiting this place will do
well to give me a call, as they can be supplied on rea
sonable termo.
Raleigh, December 5. 1851. 10
FALL STOCK, 1851.
k THE attention of my friends and Dealers, gencr
jf ally, is invited to my assortment of
Foreign and Domeatte JUcdicinss, 1'aints, H1s,
Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, SCc,
which, as icgards quality and variety, is unsurpassed by
any house in North Carolina.
My Stock having been selected wilii great care and
purchased on the most favorable terms from
Importers and Manufacturers,
enables me to render satisfaction to all who need ai tides
in my line.
I take this occasion to again tender my (hanks for the
very liberal support hitherto extended to me, and by con
tinued assiduity, and unremitted attention to the wants
of my friends. I hope to continue to merit the favorable
opinion so generally entertained for my Establishment.
1 continue to keep a supply of the Purest Wines, and
London Dock Brandy, bought expressly for Medical pur
poses, and a large assortment of the choicest brands of
Cigars Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
P. F. PESCUD,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
Raleigh, Oct. 20th. 1851 102
$40,000 STATE BONDS!
TaxAsunT Office, Raleigh, N. C,
December 9th, 1851.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Of
fice until the 1 1th of January next, for the purchase
of Forty Thousand Dollars woith of Bonds issued by
the State of NJrth Carolina, bearing interest at the rate
of six per cent, per annum, payable at this Office semi
annually, on the first Monday of January and July ; tne
principal of $20,000 of which will be payable at the end
of twenty years, and the principal of the other $20,000
at the end often years.
These Bods are issued under the authority of two
Acts of the General Assembly of North Carolina, one
entitled "An Act to incorporate the Fayetteville and
Western Plank Road Company," and the other -'An
Act to provide for the payment of the debts of the State."
Persons bidding will please distinguish the class of
Bonds for which they bid, and endorse on their letters,
Proposals for State Stocks."
D. W. COURTS, Pub. Treasurer.
Raleigh, December 8, 1851. 11
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS !
CJAMUEL H. YOUNG is now prepared to show a
beautiful a?sortment of Fall and Winter Goods at his
Store, No. 21, Fayetteville Street. His Stock consists
n part of the following Goods :
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,
ShawU, Handkerchiefs, Laces, &c,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hard Ware and Cutlery,
Earthern and Glass Ware,
SuL'ar. Coffee. Tea, &c..
Together with almost every description of Goods kept
in a Dry uooas iore. i-urcnasers are invuea io can
and examine our Stock, all of which will be sold cheap.
Call at No. 21, Fayetteville St.ifyou want a bargain.
SAMUEL H. YOUNli.
Raleigh, September 24. 1851. 93 tlJ.
JUST ARRIVED,
AT PROCTER'S.
Successor to Messrs. Oliver & Proctor,
A Fresh Supply of those beautiful
WINTER FROCK AND OVER-COATS,
Also, a variety of
FANCY CASSIMERES,
All of which are selling very cheap.
ISAAC PROCTER.
Raleigh, Dec. 20, 1851. 14
Mutual Insurance Company.
fXHE annual meeting of" The North Carolina. Mutu
al Insurance Company will be held at the (Jthce
of the Company, in the Oity ot Kaleigh, on 1 uesday,
the 13th day of January next, at 12 o'clock, M., for' the
purpose of electing' a Board ot Directors for the ensuing
year. jutii vj. rAKimmiti,
secretary.
Raleigh, December 10th, 1831. 12
NOTICE.
XT' L. HARDING, & Co. Would inform
li. their friends and customers that they can be found
for a few days in a room over Messrs. Evans & Cooke's
Stoie. Call at the far-famed and. world-wide renowned
Estalishment of E. L. H.& Co., and get the best bar
gains, as heretofore.
December 19, 1851. 14 tf.
Ready-Made Clothing.
CHEAPER THAN EVER. We have received a
a full assortment of fine, extra fine, and low priced
Really-made Clothing, which we are instiucted to scl
at the very lowest prices, in order to close out the en
tire stock, to make roon for further supplies.
A. B. STITH, & CO.
Raleigh, Decomber 20, 1851 14
FOUR Cases more of Beebe's best Hats, latest style.
Also, a few pieces North Carolina Cassimere, made
at Rock Island Factory, Mecklenburg County ; Tweeds,
Kentucky Geans, Dovo Skin Cassimere, Calico, Domes
tics, Calf Boots, heavy double aouled Brogans.
Just received by EVANS & COOKE.
Raleigh, Nov. 4th, 1851. 2
$300 Reward.
A PROCLAMATION.
By If is Excellency, DAVID S. REID, Governor
of the State of Forth Carolina.
WHEREAS, It has been represented to me that
Timothy Smith, John Epperson ami William
Humpston, did lafelv, in the County of Sampson in this
State, murder one MILTON MAT HIS late of the Coun
ry aforesaid, and that the said Timothy Smith, John
EDDerson and William Humpston have fled from jus
tice and piobably escaped beyond the limits of this State.
Now, to the end that Timothy Smith, Jtjhn Epperson
and William Humpston may be arrested and brought to
trial for said offence, 1 do hereby issue this my procla
mation, offering a reward of Three hundred dollars for
their apprehension and delivery to the Sheriff ol the
said County of Sauipon. or o-ie hundred dollars for the
apDrehensinn and deliVeiy of any one of them to the
said Sheriff.
DESCRIPTION.
No description has been forwarded to this Department,
but the aforesaid persons aie represented to have been
members of, or in.soine way connected with a Circus
Company, know ins Johnson &. Co.'a PeopleVCrrcus
Company."
Uiven under my nana ana me Ltreai seal
f the State of North Carolina, at the City
of Raleigh this, the 241b day ot December,
A. D., 1851.
By the Governor,
T H-O M A S ETT L.E , J r .
December 24th, 1851.
DAVID S. REID.
Prinatel Secretary.
16-61.
A. U. ST1T11,
Agent, Commission Merchant and Dry Goods
Ilroker, New York.
rriE-NDERS his services to thie Merchants, Planters,
JL and citizens of the Southern States, and will attend
to any business in his line cither in the sale of Produce
or Merchandize, or the purchase of Dry Goods, Groceriep,
Hardware, Crockery, Shoes, Hats, Furniture, Carriages,
Musical and Agricultural instrumbnts; Bagging Rope,
Drugs. Medicines, &c. He flatters himself as a purchaser
of goods for Southern Merchants, his experience will cnJ
able him to give entire satisfaction to the Merchants who
may entrust to him their orders.
References:
Hi 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. R. J. Daniel,- Weldon.
Andrew Joynfer, Esq., do
R. H. Lewis, Esq., Greensborough, Ala.
Raleigh, February 6, 1850. 796
MILTON FACTORY AND MILL.
J. B. Barrett & J. D Newsoin,
Having purchased Mr. Thomas W. HoldenV
intapact in 1ia Miltnn fnltnn Wmnift arw! Milla
Lands, Tenements, and debts due the Firm of
Barrett, Newsom and Holden, will continue the Manufac
turing and Milling business.
They a';e now putting in operation a set of Woolen
Machinery, for the purpose of manufacturing
u'oo2.v aaons,
and will also have two good CARDING MACHINES
in order the ensuing season, which will not only afTbrd 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 nrofef experienced'
mechanics, and will endeavor to merit public patronage.
BARRETT & NEWSOM.
Milton. March 25, 1851. 41 tf.
GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
KAHNWELLER & BROTHER, respectfully in
form Merchants, Planters' and others, that they
are prepared to supply any amount of DRY GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
&c, on the most favorable terms. They can success
fully compete with any southern market, as all will find
on application. .
We have the late Reading Room expressly fitted up
for the wholesale business.
Wilmington, Nov. 13, 1851. 66.
JOS I An WELLS,
WHOLESALE
Grocer and Commission Merchant?
NORFOLK, VA.
I TRILLS orders for Groceries at low prices, and giver
his best attention to the sales of Flour, Cotton, To
bacco, and other produce consigned to him.
Norfolk, Dec. 4, 1851. 12 6m,
SAVAGE AND MEARES,
COMMISSION
AS
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
Wiljuxbtos, N. C
August 12, 185f. 81 ly,
J. W. & C. C. PUGH,
eoiwnyxxssxosxr ixtercAicrs,
And Forwarding Agents,
tiJiSTO.-y, .v c.
Keep constantly on hand, and for sale,
UmK, SALT, TAR, BACON, FLtiUR, &C.
Gaston, Jan. 10, 1850. 26L.
Cash for 10,0000 Bushels ef Charcoal.
Jj I am always in want, and always -pay the very
highest prices. Old Iron always in demand at
fair price af the
NOVELTY WORKS.
SILAS BURNS.
Raleigh. N. C. 4-41.
Notice.
ALL persons whatsoever are hereby cauticned against
crediting any one on my account, as I will pay no
accounts but such as have been contracted by myself.
JOSIAH O. WATSON.
December 26, 1851. 900- 3tpd.
Ry the Author of " Sam Slick."
R
ULE AND MISRULE of the English in Ame
rica. By Judge Halliburton.
For sale by H. D. TURNER,
N. C. Bookstore.
Ralcish, Nov.. 1851. 2
By SAMUEL WARREN, F. R. S.
rpHE LILLY AND THE BEE: an Apologue of
1 me (jrysial rulace. ltei-eiveu mis oay uy
HENRY D. TURNER.
N. C. Bookstor.
Raleigh, November, 1851. 2
A DIGESTED MANUAL of the Acts of thejlcn
eral Assembly of North Carolina, from the year
1838 to the ycat 1846, inclusive, omitting all the Acts
of a private and local nature, and such as were tempor
ary, and whose operation has ceaseed to exist.
BY JAMES 1REDELI Price Si 50.
H. D. TURNER.
Turner's North Carolina Almanac,
FOR 1852.
TsUBLISIIED and sold Wholesale and Retail, ly
JL HENRY D. TURNER,
Raleigh, 1851. N. C. Book Store.
PRICE i$ 1,75 Cents. Swallow Barn, or a sojourn
in the Old Dominion. Revised Edition, with twenty
Illustrations. By J. P. Kennedy. For sale by
H . D. TURNER,
Raleigh, Dec. 1851. N. C. Bookstore.
WEDDING Cake Boxew. One gross for sals by
H. D. TURNER,
N. C. Book Store.
Raleigh, January 1 t.J832. 17
EXTRA new hulled Buckwheat Flour.
.K lot of superior Goshen Butter.
Just to hand. W. H. & R. Tl'CKrTR.
(sealJ)
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