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! fi fir iUm Cure of , . , fOtcnS, COLOS, HOARSENESS, BROV aims, croup, asthma, whoop- IMS COUCn AND CONSUMPTION. Ti.:, ki. rm. Hv for 'all (lipase, iif the throat rvl l.M.hs ..M.,.neda cei.b.Hy from its reiiak"'c cures, never equalled by any other n;,?n,r.M Mciin hi'.iisrlve iatt'of' nd-lmrtime. ff-eti notable cure., but none has - solute won the cot.fi.1ei.ee ot .-very community where tuny on uir e....u..r.,. ... j ,,,,.. it if known-. ' Alter ycr.ni inai - j ',,.... re, ... . ave indisputably shown tftff possess r v,r .hi. dan-emus class of diseases, which Ci uld no fail to attract the attention of Physicians Fat.e and tru- pn . c at iare. See the st atement. not o itvl.Viriu.hi and from for .li.tant places, but of men h" are known and rejected ih ..aSh-.ui I, ' "y Mo Tlie-w-.d-lv celebrate.! Sfurgeun, Dr. ale.il.ne Mom. of Nvv York City, sas: It tf.rei mo pl-a-.ire M ceri.fv the value and effica cvo. AverN Che rry Pectoral. h.rh 1 confer p.co II iarlva-laptcdto cure d.s.-awes ol I Ihr. . and !.. Dr. Perk.ui.lheven.ralMe Fr.deul ol th-ern.ont Me.1,cal Collet, one of the e.n.nently lea.ne.l .h.i-dan- ol this country, writes. the Cbeuy Pecloral is ex-teu- e!V ued in this section, where H has siiowu mi luislakaiUeriduce of it nappy efl":cti upon pul:nonar d""8e4 11 i.xoVRR, Oiua.'April 3. 1850. . pt2r ir : I w.-h I culd n il ll H' ' "'fi ' "h " rouj. h-ti vo.ir Ch. nv Perioral ba lon for me. I. does e.n Ihev u.iihl le beneCtle.l U the ...Inniiat...,, 1 ik.dalii'U lever winch bMI mv lunasweak and n.fl lin ed B-.iK ei feeble and nnal.'e to sail, streni-tli al all, mv fnml- iooi'iuht I mii-l -n sink in coris.i i.plion. I had .p,,el.te.a,.da rfreadml couh la-l wear.i.i i ie.v. i oewii t 'ake y..r l.. a..t.l.il nv-d.c.ne. b. the a.-lvice-t a Cie. J ...an. vvi.o had set .. U . ff-Clf belol e . ej'I .iiv co.uu al fi -t.a.i.1 ve me rest 1 1 ntulU. Ii less 1. Biia tMiloiehl I rould eal well, and mv cointh ha. cea-'t ' "e i.o.nleo.ne. ..iya. .peine relume '.anil n. t .o.l in inched 'me. winch soon lesloieci m renill N tv.a.tel fi'e WreKH. I a n ami fM".. oth"t help ha jour Checiv f ecloial I o.'i s vt i' li re JUI.IA UK AN. ci-ri i i,..r.i.v oer itv that tne ami-. .iaieiiieiii mi is .n eo..f..rinit U.th mv .. .. views ol her esse, ami I.e. CurebvAve.'sCherrv Pectoral. JO-EPil DKAN. Theaoo've named J-'Seph Dea-i. ai..lJu:a. hi wile .re personally known to me. ....d implicit col li i. nc. wav be placeu m their slaleu.. n. samlel c. van dm?hf.t. Pastor ! the it.ii.tist t'hu.ch. Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer, P...clical Chem iif, Lell, Mass. , . S.nd i i KtieuithV VViil.am. II lywood & Co., ai d by L) u -tn ihru Helmut the State. J4...Trv 6. I80i. 001 w 2m. OXFOltD MALE ACADEMY, GHANVILI.F. COUNTY, N". C. rpHE next session of this institution will commfnee the 2nd Monday in January, unJr the conduct ol Mr. J. II. Homer is Principal. Mr. Horner was prepared for College under the tuition j of Mr. W. J. Bingham, and was graduated r.t the I'ni- j tersity of N. C. in Junf 1814. with the highest clistinc- tion in an unusually numerous class. Since that time i he has been constantly engaged in the business of TeacI, j ing, and for the lust four years has Ism! charge of the j Main Academy, at Hamilton, N. C. He brings with j him the must Haltering testiaioniais ol high moral char- j acter and of his eminent su -cess in the government nnd " ! instruction of boys. i Tuition in the English Dcpa'traer.t per session of 5 j months" - - - S 12.50 I I T..;.;, in il,. riiMl ,!n " IS (III Oxford is ron'idcred one of the prettiest and most i motal towns in the State, and is rftnated in an undouM-1 ly hea thv region. It is thirteen miles from Henderson ' , ".i l s . u n i i i lUimi .... tha k gv I K Kicul. which reo iers it vcrv ut-p-v. - . --- - accessible to the Eastern part of the State THO. U. LITTLEJOHN, Pres't. Thos. H. Witus,.&cV.- Tirm is J. Hicks, KO'iert t. WlUiam. Jonn t-. lay- 1 lor, Jos. T. Liltl.-j.ihn. Jno. R. Herndon, W. W. Young ; n i n i iV 7, Oxlord, ttr-c 4. t&31. ll tw. OXFORD FEMALE COL, LEGE. ,t,A nm mmmh I hfl n.rt cjicatrin mrilt nmn mn. nn I i i, - t,, loan & ..;r I,-- i tho second Monday in January, 8o". A unilorm has K.. .itAnfo.l for nnSlie mvxinni rnncitlln ,U-n blue Merino, or any other suitable fabric, f )r winter, and j of Pink Calico. Gingham, or Musiin, and while Cam- i brie or Muslin for summer. The I'onnet straw ; in win- j ter, trimmel with deep blue silk velvet, and lined with i light blue satin ; in summer, trimmed phin with pink ribbon and lined with white, without flowers, lace, or ! any inside trimmings. Terms per Session of five mon'h., one hnf in advance : j Tuition in the Preparatory Department 810, in the : llee Course' 920, witnout any extra charge for Ian- i ' 1 i;;es, or higher Knglish throughout the course. Pu- ! A gua ml can take t.artial course, and studv Latin. Creek, or ! French, or other advanced studies in'thc English course, at $ 10. for each' stud v. Extra ernenfe Music on Pi- : ano S30. use of instrument S3 ; the snme on Guitar. I . Drawing and l-ainuiig in water colors gIx ; In Oil -515. Needle work SiO. Bord in College under theimme- r""r.f nT: r:fV : ,nc'mme oiaiecarvoi ine rrcsiueni auu nis issisiants. inciuoin: .- r... o i. 1 ; washing. fucL and lights. 53 per month Good board can ne oiuauieu in tne vinagc. on rcasonai.le terms, i' ur- u thcr information can be obtained by addressing the Pre- si dent. Dy order of the Hoard. T. T, GRAND V, Ste'y. 13 tlstM. Dec. 13, 1851. TAR RIV Eli" ACADEMY, GRANVILLE COUNTY. N. C. 9 Miles West of Oxford. THE First session of this School fur 1S52 will com mence on Thursday, the 15th day of January, and contnue till the midd c of June, at which lime there will lie a public Examination. This Academy is located in a healthy and moial neighborhood, and will be under the charge of Mr. J. F. Dai.ce, a native of Prince Ed warl County, Va. and a graduate of Kandolph Macon College. Mr. Dance has had some experience in teach in, and comes highly recommended by Dr. Smith, the President of Randolph Macon College, and by others of high standing. I Terms of Tuition per Session of five months : For Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, $7,50 The IIihcr branches of English. 12,50 Classics, 1 5,00 For the purpose of encouraging parents and guardi ans to patronise this school the Trustees propose to take hoarders at S5 per mnulh. which will make this the chetpest good School in this section of country. By order of the Bjard of Trustees. C. W. ALLEN, Sc'u , t7 J 901 5 jariuver r. U. Wranviiie County Due. 87. lH.Tt. Duiiusville Male Academy, TEALTIFULLV situated nine utiles North of Ra. JJ eih, on thi! Kaleih aud GaKton Kail boad. and o .ly ix intlea oouth of Wake Forest College, will open it fi.sl esion wilh a well selected Ii.slructor. on the first Monday in February. 1852. TERMS OF TC1TI0.1, KR SESSIO.t I Primary English Branches, $ & C5 v Higher do. 7,50 , La i i, Ureek, aud Mathematics. 10,00 . French. 'extra. -5,00 Board may be easily obtained convenient to the School and iu respectable houws, at $i0 per session of fi months, troinvevery coi.vei ience adapted to sci ence and literature, we solicit due regard iiom 11 that wish to acquire u EJucation. JNO. O. JEFFREYS. JACOB HUNTER. - JAS. G. JEFFREYS. NATH'L. DUNN, PETERSON DUNN JOSEPH YEARtJIN. Truettts. " 904- 4w. January St, 1852. J. W. & O C. PUGH, i) ,l forwarding Asent, . ' GASTOJW .v c. " 'Keep constantly on hand, aud for sale, LlME,JAJfT,,lAH, BAtoN, PLOUR, &. . G'fVKb fVO' 10. I860. 26 raHLS Institution located in Oxford. Granville Coun- i tuat a ',nieral Spring ot curative, properties ; State, it is thereb.re ordered that publication be mane , -p A tv. N. C. under the care of Kev. Samuel Wait, D. j w,llh ouiersof neverfaihng water. There is nothing want- , ,he North Caroltna standard for five weeks succes- j e 0 D:". i k ,, ..: .. ,, k i. : M ed at tins location, but men of enterprise to make this : sivelv, notifyi n the said non-residents to appear at Ihe ; .,a,ded by competent asst.tants has nm been in ope- .f4.rn ; .,, , Court, to be h.ld for the County ol 0 HI Exceueneu Datid S. Rkid, Governor of the State of ArA, 7WtW. -v A .. . ; i .Whs has, hfee-ljAhs of Ihe whdld number of mem; bers of each iloie of the Generat Assembly did t'the last session pass the following Act i : '' '" AN" ACT try amejid llie'iifuilim'of. Ijforfh ? "OnroITria. " l" , : .' ' VVsii,; The freehold qualification now required for the electors for nicmlers of the Senate conflicts with ! ,t,' r.,n.lmMitni iirinc inlrs of liHertv. : Therefore, , 8 ec. I. Be tl enacted by 11$ General A.emuw .or tU State of Forth Caroltno and if i hereby tnqcfid by the uitthority of the same, thrcc-fifttif bl the whole number of members of each' House cone urring. that the second clause of third seclioi. or tlie firt" Article pf the amended Constitution ratified by the people of North Carolina on the second Monday of November, A. D.. 1835. be Hinended by striking out the words " and pos- !ecdof a freehod within the Pame distnct of City acres 0, ,n(J for sis month, nrxl ilcCore ano at the day of dec- tton.. so thut the suld clause ol saiu section i.an .- a follows: All free white men of the age of twenty one Tears (except ns is hereinafter declared ) who have been inhabitants of any one district within the State twelve months immediately preceding the day of any election and Khali have t.nid public taxes, shall be entitled t. vote for a member of the Senate. Stc. 2. "V further enacted. That the Govcrnor of the Statrc, and he is hcrrl.y directed, to issue ins Proclamation it the people of North Carolina," at least six months before the next election for members of the General serohly, seiring forth the purport of this Act nnd the amendment to the CoiiHtitntionierein proposi d, w hich Proclamation shall be accompanied by & true -and perfect copy ol the Act, authentict.ted by the certificate of the Secretary of State, and both theTroclamation and thrt conv of thiF Act. the tiovernor ol tne state Fnan cause to be published in all the newspapers ot this btale, : and posted in the Court Houses ol the respective .,oun- ; ties i:i lliis State, at least six months before the election of members to the next General Assembly. Kead three times and agrrcd to by three-fifth, of the whole number of members of each House respectively, ind ratified in General Assembly, this the 24th dav of January. 1851. J C. DOBBIN. 8.. II. C. V. N. EDWARDS, S.S. State of NonTii Carolina, , Office of titer dory of State. I. WitLtAM Hi ll, Sccretaiy of State, in mid. for the Slate of NortlfCarolina. do hereby c-rlify that the forc Koing is a true and perfect copy of an Act of the Gcn ral Assembly of this State, drawn off from the oru'nul in file i:i this oilk-e Given uudi-r my hand, this 3 Is lav ot December. 133U WM. HILL, Src'y of State. mi- .u -i i.-' r.. m-,..i;.., i Avn W kkrfas the said Ac prov.des for amending , !he Constitution of tne Mate ot Nor-h Carolina o as . to confer on every 'qualified voter tor the House ot Com- i mons the right to vote also for the Senate.; . j' Now. therefore, to the end that it may in- made known j that'if the aforesaid amendment to the Constitution shall :' e agreed lo by two thirds of the whole representation j in each house of the next fieneinl Asseniidv. it will thcuj i submitted to the l;-rili. ,ion I have issu,,. . litis oil x mm iniiiciiit.il in J f I of the before recited Act. In tcsti'dony whereof, Dirin S. K(ii) Governor of jj,e Slate of North Carolina, hath hereunto set bis hand and cau-cd the Great Seal of s;.id State to be affixed. Done at the City of Raleigh, on the thirty- 73 in the year ol our lit hundred and tilty year of our Indepen- deuce. Uv tho Governor. DAVID S. KEID. Tjmi SiT-ri R. Jr. Private Ste'v. ' Persons into whose hands this Proclamation may foil. ' th,f .,r,v- .,fo w ..oa.o.l nr, ! thr tlourt ' f ,hcir r.SM,.clivC Counties ... . . -i, . , , v. ' Ml !io newspapers m t.ie ?Ute will pivhsu the , ..!.. - .. .. .ill.'nj. ...... n .. 1 .....L- till Ii. ,.t A niriict ;aooe n n oxiener uuu oace a mt mi- ur f "ctmn. . ToVi L,OlS for Sale oil Deep River, " . . . . , f IHU unitersined Commissioners will proceed to sell ' I to the hiahest bidder, on the first day of March, un- I less previously disposed of, a number of lots in the I Town of Willcos. The certainty of the Kivcr leiug made navig.ihie rematiis no longer a doif t. and this site - ;tu..trd at the highest noiutofthe i.resont itnorovement wllh t-rtc i,uin2IJS.; iJ of coal recently i!ise.ovcred on the ', iadjoiu.ng land, must surely hold out inducement tor ' j Merchants. Mechanics, aud Artisans, which no other punt on tne mver Mssesses. l ne location is neaitny aim , I north - eastern counties in North Carolina. .v uidpivptov V U- tl-KlYLU 1 1 Commiss. I J 901 4t.w. C. CHALMERS, WILLIAM WATSON, JNO. A. CHALMERS, WM. P. WILLCOX, January 16, 1 852. ECLECTIC ACADEMY. In I lie County of A olio way. In one Mile of the South-Side Rail Head. HE nxt Session of my School wil! commence the 1st of r ebrnary, 14o2, and close thu 1st ot August the course oi instruction embraces a thorough piepa- ation lor the Junior Classes of ear best Colleges. School liiniied to filteen schoiats. i Ter19- Loard and tuition, including bedding, wash- ; Vi J .7 W : - o Ke"?E"c" Jhos. H. Campbell .rgin.a Sen- iate;E O Gooth, Nottoway :Capt.Ktchard Jones, do ; n- ui r a. . i v n a.,i: . Dr - " I.. thoie, d:.; Lewis b llarvie, Amelia ; Leander ..lusters, do. : Dr. Geo. C Scott, do Capt. D. i rri m. . . it? n :tt- j t- ' I'Anson, do"; Mr Benj. Jones. Petersburg ; Capt. John r i"-irn..v, v-..esie.ue.u ; v..i ,u.s. ..o., m..u. G. Adkitn. do.; Hon. II K.Meade and T. S. Bocock H of ti ; lion. It il. T. Hunter and James M. Mason, U. S. Senate. Address the subscriber, Morgansville, Nottnwav, Va A. G A. COLEMAN, j Dec. 13, 1351. 893 w6w. SEDGEWICK S E 31 1 X A It Y , It AI. EIG II, N. C. rHE Spring term of this institution will commence I on Thursday the 1st of January next, and end the 1st of June, following. - TE:t.VIJ of Tuition per session, payable in advance Piimary English branches, " S 10 00 Higher do. do. 12 00 The same, embracing, Mathematics, 15 00 The same, embracing Lit in and Greek, 15 00 French language, . Music on Piano and Guitar, each, Use of Instruments, each, ncidental expenses, Haleigh. Dec. 1. 1851 10 00 20 00 3 00 1 00 9 tlslF. Jl'ST RECEIVED. VEW hulled Buckwheat Flour, ' i. tI Sup'erior Onio Butter, Gohcn Cheese, Onio Hams of Bicnn, (excellent quality,) Fine dried Bt-el, BufTalo Tongues, lush Potauies, Prunes and Lindli s, -G.ierail common Raisins. Currants and Citron, R ine Wines, fniether with a choice assortment ol TOYS Sf FA.CY ARTICLE. tor sale low at . . F. MAH LE RS. At the R. & G. K K Depot. December 23. 1651. 899 Heady 7fa.de Clothing. FNE Iress and frock Coats. Fine black and fancy Cassirucre Pantaloons, . -Fine fancy silk, merino and velvet Vests, Fine beaver, pilot. Petersham and cl.'th Overcoats, Common Negro Overcoats Jacket" and Pants, Boy's suck and frock cloth and Tweed Coats, Boy's Tweed aud Cassimerc Pantaloons, Merino. Silk and Linen Shirts, The above goods were manufactured expressly for Citv trade, and are warranted to be equal in style, quality and workmanship, to any made to order, and will he sold at reduced prices for cah. ' 8TITH & CO Raleigh. Dec. 4, 1851. 11- GOODS AX 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, tSHOE, &.c, on the most favorable terms. They carf success fully compete with any southern lharket, as all will find .on application. ... We hive the late Reading Room expressly fitted ' up for the wholesale business. Wilmington, Nov, 13. 1881: J l 6 6t. EXTRA new hulled Buckwheat FlourV " " " " A lot of superior Gosberji Better.- ' ' ' . Just to hand. W. H. c R. S. TUCKER. 4-4t- "r:5t ";,-v ' December, firi Lord, ot:e thousand eig O-C one. and in the 7 6th Court ol Pleas and Qubrter Session., November Term, .w . A p.. 95i . Ajnes Jonea, (widow.) or ttreletr t' Law of Jatne 1 Jvj Jone.." dec'd.Pcoor DoHcer ' .;. Tyi,Scse ooming on to be 4iard, and it appearing tot the satisfaction of. the Court, tha Laiarus Riib eitaoriBiVd Mary his.wife, defenda.nt9 in this case, re ncin residenis of tins Slate : H i. tljerelnre ordeieiLby tk Pniirt rKai'adViriis(.riienr be irrade in the North. Ca- rohna Standard, a newspaper published .-iti the city of Raleigh; tor sis week, successively, noiiiying ...e sa.u f .HTiiUi Robertson and MarV hi. wile to be and appear betore. the iuatiees of our next Court .of Pleas and Quar ter Sessions tp be held for the County, of , VVake, at the Court House in the city of Raleiich. on the 3rd Monday in February' nest, and then and there to answet unto the several matters and thins alleged.' and set forth in said Petition, otherwise judgment pro eonfeaso will be H run ted, and tho Petition heard ffcparte as ld"them. Witness, Jatne. T. Maniolt, Clerk of our said Court at office the 3rd Mondav of November,- A D., 1851. . - JAMES T. MARRIOTT, C C. C. Raleigh, Dec. SO, 1851. 901 6 w. Siate of Xortli Carolina tuiKKitii Co. -.. Court of PI on. and Quarter.Sensions. December Term, 1851. John Winston vs. Silas WUston- Attachment levied on Land. In this case the attachment being returned to Court, " Levied on the interest Silas Winston has in five nun- i , dred n-d e.ght acres of Land, lying on the water, of Uraiidy Creek, adjoining the Lands of Nathan Green, Thomas Alston, Kobert Hicks, and others. And sides ed I Carolina lei'-Th. for six successive weeks, for the defendant, SUas Winston, to appear at our next Court to be held for the County ol Franklin on the 2nd Monday ot ftiarcn, io.k, .j re.,eVv and plead, btherwisc.final iudgnient will be eiltPrc against hi.n. and his interest in the land condom ned and sold to satisfy tho plaintiffs debt and costs. . Witness, Young Puterso.i, Clerk of. our said Court, at cilice, 2nd Monday of Uecember, A. L). 1851. YOUNG PATTERSON, O. C. C, Jan. 22. 1852. (Pr. Adv. $a,6ij ) 905 6w. Siatt; of Kurtli Cui olin.i, Pitt County. Court ot Pleas and 0,iart-r Se.sinns; Nov. Term: 1851. The iiftilmn ot 1 1 a .il v Johnson, William Johunon, J.i- I I la Johnson, Anna Johnson, and John Hnrriintton am. wite Sinan, r Cannon Johnson, L-wis Johnson, and j Jemima, wit nf Noah vViiherii.il -n. j Pttili'in for Partition IT npppjrin li thf MaMsfactinu of the Court that the defendants r side bevoml th limits of Ihis Vlati. it is . the.etore ordered I hat publication lie madH in i North j Carolina Siaudtrd for six suc-esire weeks, HDlil.Miig the siid del'end-i nts to appear at the next lerm ii tins i Coi.rl :o Oe h -I I fir th Countv al'res.d, at Ih' Court- Hon-.e. .n Greenville, on ihe fiisi lon.lay o' Fehiuary ( aii , ,l....awer r .linnr or Ih.s j(.0(( e eonfesso a t them and heard lCc.i' li nsj ! v . vV-t .esV.'llenrv shep .-,rd. ClerkofoursaidCoi.it, ;)( fc , Greenville, the fir-d Moudav of November, alf( , tle 7(j,, year of Ame.-icin I udeoendence, A D. ' H..SHK PPA UD. C C C. Nov. 20. I8SI. (Pr Adv. 5.2 ) S95 fiw. jtT" o" Worth Caroliaa, Or:tuviiIe Co. s:.T,t., ...o l'..u.r ..r I.aiv SuPT trl M BKR iKRM. William Wilson r Elizabeth W t ison Petition for Divorce. I: n this car il appearing inai a copy oi u pem..... and sormcena we.e issued to the delendant in man- ) n-r as by the statute in such cases is lequiren, and the return thereon being thai Ihe Defendant is not lo be found, proclamation is publicly made at the l-ourl Mouse door bv Ihe Sheriff for the said defendant to appear and answer as commanded bv the soo.icena, and tlie sasd delendant failing lo ap ear. it isorde.ed by the Court : that Dubli -ation lor thiee months he made in Ihe North i r . , 1 . . .! 1 I."" 1 . . l . . , . l!.lo.,n I.. l.u Tain! : na .-st.nid.ird lor the said Elizabeth Wilson lo be ' .ri rr C .-a . . I b e hrl.l f.n- the Uo-liiiy ano .-.-a.e ht.-wi.i, - lord, on the Urst vtr,.iay oi Aiercn "ex., a.u: ausw.-, ,u the plaintiff's petition. wu .Bn;,ni;n c'Cont c!crk nf our said Court, - - ' . . m .. . - at Oi5ce, :r. Oxlord, the 24th day ot wtnoer, A u. isoi. CKNJ. C lUUKIS, C. C. c. Oct. 27, 1851. (Pi. Adv. $7.50) . i . . . . , ' . 111,, Cou.l of Pleas ai.d Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term, 1851 j The peliioin of Artemesia Whofield, Elizabeth Whit field, aiid Jcssrf fh-ouas Whulield, hi. iiilant. b bis! next tiie d, Jese Bryan, p Temple Whnfi-ld, j Adm'r. of Benjamin Whitfield. Joel'W hilfield, Ben- J iainin Whitfield. Albania Coiun. Vlarmaduke Houe. - Pennon jor Jiccoum a ar;niJ ,,, ,ne sa,lsarfl,in , lh(. CouI, ,haf the , H dolendanls, in Ihis case, Joel Whitfi!d. Benjamin j Whitfield .and A Ibania Corun, are non-residents ol this . rill, Bl mewUOOrj niiuse, III urrrimnr, .OB nri.1 ! Monday in February next, then and thereto make their 'defencb to Ihis petition, or ihe same will be taken pro , confrsso as to ihetn and heard accordingly. . j VV.'ness, Henry SheWard, Clerk of our sa.d Court at nlhce, in Greenville, Ihe first Monday ot November, ! and in the 76th year of American I nrlepf ndence A. D- ; 1S51. H. SHEPPARD, C. C C Nov. 20. 1831 (Pr. of Adv S5.62 ) 895 5w. Otal Olia ate of ftortli Carolina, ItiMkuu am County. Court of Equity. Kal i Term, A. D. 1S51. Alfred M. Scales, vs. Maigaret Scales, Petition for Divorce, i t ,nFi.i, I., ts. i,iichrtinii nf the Court. Ihnf the d.-fendnt M. rareit Scales, is not an inhabitant of this state, it is therelore ordered by the Court, that pubttca- tion be made, tor six weeks .occessively in the North Carolina Standard, for the said delendant to be hearat me uexi .erin oi iu. ,un, House al Wenlworih. on the filth Monday atler the lourth Mn,viv ..f March ..ti. then and there to Dlead. an- ' . . . . SVVer. or demur to the said petition ; otherwise the same .;. he Liken nra roufesao. and heard ex parte. Tk , R..rfi.. Ir. Clerk and Ma.l.rt wjtness, i nomas Kumn, Jr., -.a iaer-oi said Court, at office it. Wentworth. the filth Monday I nfi-i- lS C.iiirtV. iVlnnrinv of Seotetnber. 1851. I T. RIJFF1N, Jr.,C. M. E. January 7ih. 1852. Pi. adr ?5 62J 902-6w. 'state of IVortti Carolina, Oranville Co. Court of Equity, Kal! Term, A. D. 1851. rEliz'beth Williams t?s Wm. Williams, Adtn'r. of Geo. Williams, and others, Original Hill T appearing to ihe satisfaction of the Court that the defendants. Thomas Dew and wite Betsev, James Weathers and wile Nancy. Henry Williams, Arthur Williams and Jones Williams, are not tnnabitants i.r this Stale, it is therefore otdered by the Court lh.it pub lication be made six weeks successively in the North the next Term ot saiJ Court House, at Oxlind, and plead, answer or demur lo Ihe said bi II of complaint, otherwise the same will be taken pro coufesso aud heard exparte. Witness, James M. Wigains, Clerk and Master of said Court, at office in Oxlord, the fiist Monday of Septem ber, 185 JAS. M. WIGGINS, C. M. E. Dec. 4, 1S51. (Pr. Adv $5 62J.) 896 6w. tatc of North l aroliiiii, Wake County 13 Court ..f Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov. Te.-in, 1851. The nuncupative w:ll ol John Pennington, deceased, being reduced lo writing, as testified to by Ihe iwo sub scribing witnesses, and being exhibited in Open Court and offered tot probate by George H Pennington ; and il appearing to the salts-action of the Cuil that Jolm V. Siai.iand his wile Stiiau. heiis al law of the said John Penning on, are nnn-resideuts of this Stale : Il is Iheie lore otdered by th- Cuit that publication be made in the .V.iith Carolina Stan l.ud. a newspaper punlished in Ihe Cny ot Kaleiitb, lor six weeks successively , notitying the said John W. Spain ami his wite Stwan to be and ap ..ear belore the Ju stices .of our next Court of Pleas and Quarter Ses-iioiiS, fi be heid for the County of A ake atoresaid.at Ihe Court House, in Ihe City f.Raleigh, on the 3rd .Vfond.iv of Febr-.ar nexl, and then and iher t sh..w cause if any they have why the said will dliall not be admitted to probate. Witness James T Marriott, Clerk of our said Court o. ffice, the 3d .Vlornlav f November. A D. 1851. JAMES T. MARRIOTT. Clerk. Dc. 8, 1S51. (Pr Xdv 5 fi 12) . 887-6 v. s liite f Hortll 4troliu:, vARniM Coun ty In Eq.i.ty. to prnt I erm. 1852 Joseph J. Williams vs. Thomas Birnei and others. To Mrt. Thovias Bubsktt Sir: Yon are hereby notified to attend at the .Court House, in WilliamsUm, on the last Monday in Febiuary next and plead, answer or demur to the allegations of plaintifTs bill of complaint ii this case, or judgment pro confeiso wi II be taken against yuu, and ine same hrtard accnrdmdly. Witness C. B Hassell, Clerk and Master of nnr said Court of Equity, at Office, this, the 15th dav of January, A. D., 1852. C. B H ASS ELL. C. M. E. Jan. J5ih, 1852 (Pr. adv S3 62 ) 904 w6w. riOOTH BQAP, practical experience has proved thi JL to be one of ihe-. greatest inventions of the age for purifying. tho breath and cleauing the Teeth and Gums. Qfliy give jt..iriL.v 4. ' .. - ' - , . ..Pu F Fscuaha jut .received 4 gro. of the above and if you wish, to snpply call sdatl. - ' ' lh( snl rifTht nnd iutnrist mr it appearing to tne Court tmu anas winstonTC- .... . . . f, ,miln,i heyonos ine limits oi mis wiaie, u is merciore oruer- ;... pi,i: ,i,ot k. .y uie ..un w.ai puoucano.. i.v- .i.aur ... i or flo.i.ifv Riffhts for the sanse. Standard, a paper published in the city of Ka- i::,: . . ,i:jlQ.. Important to families i .r.i:S;r.Cft-A!-NiESn '. Patent' Cbntfroiind ' Wash ' Mixture. For Washing-Cfothek-Atto, for Waihiiig; Cleaning, .and?, . Beautifying ) Painted Sitrfaees, ' the WulU, Ceilings and Entries the Halls, Parhrt, and , Rooms of Private and Public Building! the Fronts, Ddort and Windows of " in Fancy Dwellings ; -the Pews - itnd Interior of Church' .-. to; Furniture; the -.: 4 ... . ' Berths,. . - ' ' " v Stale Rooms, and ' Cabins of Steamships, Steam loaffirund Packet-Ships Passenger " Curs, Brasses, Iron Railing, - Glaus or Metallic Sur- , faces, Ac., 4-c. . TXT A RR ANTED to give entire satiftfaction, and des- i V T tined to effect an entire revolution in the business of the I n undress- being an improved Preparation for Washing Clothes perfectly, with astonishing facility and dispatch, and without injury to texture or color. - Every family, of whatever ize, can do all their washing in less than one hour, without the labor of rubbing, poundiug, bleaching or the friction of a machine, thus saving time, expense arid labor, and securing exemption from the dis eases caused 1$ the exposure and fatigue incident to the I i mi 1 mnitn nf U7acK!nir ... Vl I 1 1 l"T I l 'l r rr itanlf nrill I.A ., . r, ,,. ,, ., nf ,u ,neK.i,,.i .i f. . an(1 muc. ,. TIvj undersigned, having purchased from the Patentee, the State of iNorth Caro- Wasb Mixture, hereby wishes to dispose of Faniily wishing to procure the right to make and use this Valuable Preparation, can do so, by remitting Fl'Vli IXi.lL,AItte tome, at Ral eigh, which amount will entitle them to a family right; which riaht shall be sent by mail 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, oui in maryiauu, Virginia anu oouiu vnroiiiiu ; nut, i Jdeem it unnecessary to ldl a long Advertisement with: thom, unless requested, as the article will speak for it-; lerip. self, anil is so favorably known in all the Northern and j All 'irl-r eKuted promptly and in the bet man Southern Stales. n-r If the ' iuhscriij.'r does not sell lower than any I aim to visit all parts of the Slate at as early a day bod eUe. and .yfgood work at (air prices, then he Will as possiMe, to give the Public an opportuniu ot testing g've 't "p. its value " ' hncu.-aige hmn indosry Now is the lime Call JOHN J. CHRISTOPHER is my authorized Agent' 'he -.j.w, rii,.,r at Uat-ah. Wk- County. North Car- f i i . , I ivi iiii vii.j uui mi; illy !!; i ii Ti WESLY WHITAKEK. Jr., is the General Travel ling Agent. Feeling satisfied by the use of this Mixture in my own Faiuiiy. that it cannot fail to please all who tiy it, I invite all to call and see or send in their orders to J. J. RYALS. Raleigh, Sept. 23, 1851. 91 if. $300 Reward. A P11JCL.AM.1TIOX. By.ILs Jux:Men:y, UWLO S. K1ID, Governor of the State of North Carolina. WHFKKAS. 1 1 has b. en repi esenled to ov tha Timothy S nith, Jo'in E'persmt and Hi linn Huiiipstoti. ilul lately, in Ihe Cou-il ol Sampson in tlilsj Slate, mu.deron MILTON MATH IS lief Ihe Con-i tv al'oresa.d. and Ihat the said Timothy Smith, John Eppers n and William Hmnpsion have fl. d lion, jus tice and piob iblv escaped beyond the liunls of this Stale. Novv.totheendth.it I imolnv cmiiiiii, John Ir-uiiers !. an) William Humpston may be arrested and bfu.ht trial for said offence, I dn hereby issue tftis my pi-.c-a maiioii. off-ring a reward ot rhree hundred dollais tor thetr apor. hension and ileliveiy to the Slienfl o! the said County ol Sampson, or one hn-idrcd dollars li .he ap.rehension and deliveiy ot any one of th'eui to ihe saidSherifl. . i DESCRIPTION. No desci iptfon has been torwarded to this Depart in em. . b(J, ,he Hl,.esau rn,,, aie represented to have been j member ol, or in some w..y connected with a Circus i Cinpanv. know .us Johnson &. Co.' People's Cncus I ; Company ( jS- Uiven nnaer my nnnci ana ine ixreai seal I the Mate ol XNorin Oaro'tna, al Ihe fjity .l K.ileii;h this, the 24th dii tit Decemlii- . O ' ' A. D . 1851. By the Governor, TioMAS Settle, Jr. December 24th. 1851. DAVID S'REID. Private Secretary 1-6-et. FRESH DIllfiN, MEDICINES, AC, WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, & CO., -ARE now receiving large additions to their stock of Drugs 9Iedicincs, Chemicals, PAIXTS, U11.9, 1)VESTU1IS, HVi.TAUt Inma fJvf, till 111 4-' X' w , , ,. .. .. -T . . 'h most rel.anle Houses in the Northern Ct.es, wh,ch he heen purchased with an eve single to their .'-J. ou .?uch ,e,r,ns shatl compare favorably w.lh any house in ihe Slate. ! Physicians, Country Merchants, and Dealers eener ally, wilt do well to give us a call before purchasing, 1 leelm-4 assu.ed we s.-all not tail lo please oolu in point 'of price and quality. i Orders promptly attended to, and particular artention eiven to pack. nu and toi wardini'. Family Medicines and PrescriptiTins compounded at all nours ot tne nay ana nutnt, by a competent person Iwith neatness and despatch. l. ...J ...i -.r Raleigh and tho surrounding country for the Ions and liberal oatronaee we have received, and trust hv ontir. r c tenner wi i nu.'.i si .. ere toaiiKS to ine citizens OI , ing zeal and energy to please in Ihe prosecution of our business, to merit us continuance. llaleigh, April 28 1851. 49 Important to 'filler s &. Mill Owners. fKIHB Undersigned would resuectlullv inloru. those engaged in the Milling Business in N. C. ,lhal he , k constantly on hand, and will supply at the shot teat i i,.,.i ' , u. ,..,Jl J notice, that almost invaluable article YOfJXG'S IMPROVED PATENT SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE. Theonly Machine ofthe kind thai has stood 'the fsand given satisfaction to the public. If has surplan'ed every Smut .Machine yet offered in the Stute, more or less of which has been taken down to make room lor it. The public need tear no imposition, as there are nowsome280 Machines running in N C; and I wish to off.f no .other references than the gentlemen who .are using them, whose expectations have been more' than realized in their perioi ma nee. Il not only thoroughly cleanses the Wheal ofsmul, but also uuiifios it of all other substances. almost lo perlection - - " niiiicn I M rt . l l ll (7 There are a number of these Machines throniih which 100,000 bushels ol Wheal have been cleaned, and they have never been out of order one day. There was awarded to it Ihe Premium at the Maryland State Fair, and a Premium wilh a Silver .Medal, at the Fail of the Maryland Institute, at Ballirnnre. last Fall. Address the Subscriber al n.ifh Lowell Mills. O ange county, N. C. JNO. A. Mc v.ANNEN. December 21, 1850. - 15 If. TIITY SCHOOL, Seven Miles West of Rxlcigh. NirtuCarolina. Rev, I'. TKL,L.EU BABBIT Rector, rFHE Tenth term of this School will commence on I the 8th of January. 1852. TERS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Board and vVasamg &c, wi.h iustructio 1 in English and tne Ancient Languages. $76 per term of five mouths. The de-ign of this School is to furnish a safe retreat to which boys can he sent for tho.ough training. In iespect to beauty, retirement, and heaithfulness of sit na tron, and convenience and comfort of buildings-, this School possesses great advantages. Tlie course of stu dy will !.e regulated by the reqi.iremer :s of the Univer sity, aud no pains will be spared to tntie the boys go..d scholars. December 5, 1851. II I3t. Purified Cliarcoal loolli Fiiu .. u.. , , . t Merlul disinfecting agent ; and when made from pu.p i .- r ' 7 " -r niaii-riNia. is ronsuiert o ov t he most eini nenl nlm- ciaus aed medical writers, to he the safest Dentiti ice in use. The only obstacle to its m"re tteneral nse, has been its dusty nature, which, in the lorm now ofl. Jed. is e. tirely avoided This preparation i-onlaio nouthrr nl stances except such as are necessirv to prepaie it ... this form, which nf themselves are perfectly safe, and induce a hea. thy cond.tiou ol the month Fo'rsalerty ' H. D. TURNBR. ' Raleigh, Dec. 1851. N. C. Bookstore. AVASTUD, A T the Neuse River Oil Mills, 5000 bushels of Cot ton seed. Flax seed and Palma-Christe or Castor Oil Boons, for which cash and the market price will be gten.'"'-: - ' January 26tb, 1852. ' 24 tjf JOSEPH WOUEUiLNG, IHanufactfirer 'and 'Dealer . in the, f ol- lowin AfttCieo, ' Kaieign, ' r v . STOVES, tin jTroh arid copper wares.;1 gun. and pis tols of alt sorts; powder, Shot, caps, powder 'flasks and .but chargers, a tine assortment of pocket and table cutlery, the celebrated Pine India steel razors, mortice locks, with white mineral knobs, from 80 cent, to 94, improved jirn locks. New Haven locks, carpenter's r.m lock, sliding-door lock, people', lock, best furniture lock, dead :ock, novelty lock with mineral knohs, min eral locks with Japan mounting, mortice locks with iron bolts and kejs, tnottice lock, with white knobs, rural locks with white mineral knobs, plate locks, smoke-house ' Jocks', mortice closet locks with brass fronts, chest locks, horse locks, tancy bushed pad-locks, tine patent dropped Japan padlocks, patent dropped pad I or It rim Hrn lathii Rnlmin', nii.hl loV. imnrniiiil bow latches, cupboard lock latches, porcelain knobs,! the best ever in this Citv or State, mineral toor knobs. screw, mahogany, and peari white door knobs, mineral drawer knobs, furniture knobs, pefarl white bell-polls, axle pulleys, Blake's side pulleys, wardrobe honks, tan - cy coat auu nai nooKS, winnow tpri ngs. rim D'ank siiut ter hinges, A. C. Palmer's window butts, Clarke's butt hinges, and superior cast butt hinges curtain pins and bandies, coffee -mills, candle stick, dog collars and chains, cloth, shoe, and horse blushes ALSO, Carpenter's, Coooer.s. Tinner's, and Black smith's Tools. ALSO, nails, screws, scylhe-blades, sheep-shears, brass lamps, hand-bells, tiace chains' grubinng-hoes, onri nir.hatanppu nltera iiiiiiliit .tinval. h.w.a a . . n 1 1 -. .....u...v-.- u... '. ..l..... .1-. 1 . J llll'l I 1M.... pans, vices, pumps. Buck's patent improved cookinu- slove. and i.ij'horl eve.y I hunt needed ed by farmers and mechanics in the hardware line. ALSO, a lull supply nf CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, such as carriage axle. and sprirgs, carriage bands, pa tent leather hnti bauds, power loom lace, enamelled canvass, figured maroon, damask alpac. ext. a fine cam bric, and Iringe. On hand, also, a full supply ot CAR RIAGE - and BUGGIES. Smoke-house, Jail, and B?nk Locks tnadeto order, warra tiled not to be picked or broken, aud to giv - satis faction. any and all The subscriber isalso prepaied to execute wol K I n I ion. ate I . Olass. cooper. &c. liu.wandiiis made lo order. AUoj strainers lor Tuipentine Distil- uiiidtii arttti ifni Hitii-n itv if-nr. JOSEPH WOLTERING. R.ile.ghr Sei.l. 12. 1851. 9)-ly. W. II. & II. S. TUCKER ESPF.C TP'ULLY announce to ihe public, that uanY ill Hie in ileS'l.tOie articles eu.O.aced ill their iai ge and eKleiis. Vm ass. it I incut ol K..M a no Winter Moods, s.Mecled with ca.e-, by one ol the firm. In I he b--si N'otiberii in-irk.-ls, have been already received and opened; ftlieis aie daily arr.v.na. ind Hie fliil.r lileinsi-ive lhi-. w il be piepai.-d lo mee Ihe demni.d tor eo'l- ol eveiy description, u as Kol let ins as lliey cm hi--old in Ih.s tiiaiKel l ii iiiklul tor, and eucoiir. aded hv Hie very u-.eru vaironae ! stowed upon Ihem sn.ee .heir connection in nusiiiiss, lln-v hive Vfiitmeil to lay in a very heavy s..ck lo which lhe .tiv.le he allei.t.on ot inirchaseis, hoping their efliirt s to accoin- mndale will not lail to please The attention ol the L ties is respectiiilly invited to the lollowinsf d.-sirable-Dfess Cm.ds : Super Brocade and t'lMiiielioii "jilks, nine. Hl'k and While Watered Do., Bl'K Gro Ue Hh.ne and Italian Do., Solid aud Fancy Lute String Do., Brocade Pi.ull De Soi, Cashmere De Kcosse, Fig'd Brilliauies, Lupins French Merinos, English and Gel man Do., Solid Prtramettas, Rich Fiii'd Pans De Laines, Plain and Fancy Poplins, Bl'K Silk Luces, Deep Si;k Fringes, Pans Kid Gloves, Kutii.ns jind Trimmings, . Scoiloed Enibi'd HankTs, . Swiss, Jaekouel, and fat Man Mucins, t'heinisetts, Collars. Uudersleeve.s and Cuffs, Muslin Bauds, Elgir.sand Iusei'tins. &c .&.. W. H &. R. S. TUCKER. Raleigh, September 3 1851. SV- Late Publications. fO" H E Manufacture of Steel ; centa ning trTe prac- H tice and principles of working and inakin steel a hand boi.k for blacksmiths aud .workers in steel and iron, wagon-makers. itesinkeis, cutlcrs.nd manul'a.c turers ol files and hardware, ot steel andiron, and tor men ' science and art ; by Frederick Overman mi ning engineer, author ol" the .Vlauuiacturerof Iron," &c, 16io , scarlet chrh. The Year Book ol Facts, 1851. in Science and Art ; exhibiting the most important discoveries and improve ments ot the oast j-ear, in mechanics and the useful ails, natural philosophy, electricity, chemrstiy, zoology . and botany, geolotiy ind geography, meteroloiry and as tronomy, by John Jitnbs, editor of The Arcana of Science and Art," 16'uio., 320 pages, scarlet cloth. Memoirs ofthe Lite ot Alary Queen of Scots,, by Miss Bet.ger, author of " Anne. Boleyn," with a finely gravei. portrait and fac simile, uniform with " The Se cret and Historical Metnoirs of Josephine," 2 vols., post 8 vo., just ready. c!o;h. extra gilt. Seciel and Historical Memoirs nf the Empress Jnse "phine,fiist Wife ofthe Emperor N .poleon, by Mad'lle. Le Normand, 31 edition, with engravings, 2 vols, post 8vo., cloth, extra gilt. Q,ueen9 of France, by Mrs Forbes Bush, wilh por traits ol Maria Antoinette, Sec, just ready, a new and beautiful edition, unilorm with the foregoing work, 2 vols, post 8vp , cloth, extra gilt Memoirs of the Court ot Marie Antoinette, Queen of France ; by Madame Campari, First Lady to the Bed chamber to the Queen ; unilorm in size and style with Secret Memois of the Empress Josephine," in 2 vols, with a portrait, post 8vo., cloth, extra gilt. Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Hen ry VIII., by Miss Bengcr, from the third London edi tion, uniform with Secret Memoirs of the Empress Josephine," 1 vol., post 8vo., cloth, extra gilt. Lady's Historical Library, comprising Memoirs ofthe Most C.-lebrated Women in History ; uniform style with the Queens of. England," scarlet cioKh, extra. Lord and Lady Harcourt, or Country Hospitalities by Miss Sinclair. 12mo., ctotji, gilt. Leigh Hunt's Miscella..ie.. 500 pages, cloth, gilt. American Fl- wer Garden Directory. 1851, tourlh edi tion, levised and enlarged, byv-Ruberl Bnist ; the best practical wotk extant 10.00C 'm. have b en sold, cloth, extra gilt. :' American Farmer's Cyclopedia and Dictionary of Af fairs, with engravings from the iai I Lou ton edition, with numerous additions relative lo Ihis countrs by (Joverneur Emerson, nival 8vo , I15f pp 17 plates, lull bound. For sale at the North Carolina Bo-k Storp hy HKNKY D TURNER. Raleigh, January 12th. 1852. 20 - rilHE UNITED STATES POST OFFICE GUIDE. I By Eli Bowen. late of the contract office, containing 1. A History of ihe Fost Office System throughout World : 2. A Review of the Post Office establishment m the United States: 3. An exoositioo ofthe srhpmp of Distribution, with a Country Map of the United States: 4. Kates of Inland Postage upon Letters. Papers. &c. ; with an exposition of the Franking Privileges, &.(.-.: 5. Kates of F. reign Postage, Postal Treaties. &c. : fi. ..Mis cellaneous Statistics. &c. : 7. List of all the Post 0 til. -es in the I nited Stales, cnihracin 20.0 HI offices; 4. All the Mail Koutes in the United Si-.tes. over K,t)tt) nume rically arranged : 9. List of all the Kail Road. Canal and Steam Boat Koute in the United States: 10. The whole arf.irding a key to facilitate Single Distii; ution, for any other designated point, near or remote, may be clearly ascertained; in one large volume. For sale at tl.e North Carolina Bookstore by HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh. Jan. 5, 1852. 18 $9i UiaVAUD. jU. BROKE JAIL, aud ran away in November last, from PMiilding. lasper county. Miss..' the Negro JA.slave KEN. alias A. VIZI, aged 50 or 35 years, 5 feet Ii. : . i:.u 1 . -1 . - .... . a ' f i in in- .iiKii. uii u-irn , iimr iwu Hears on ins lace one I nthpr uu hia ch.-k ho other on his che.-k hone, running towards the mouth: also. J scars on the knees and on the left arm. caused by burns. lie was purchased from lbeo.JN. Oadden, of Charleston, S. C. in August, 1850, by the subscriber's father. It"is knnwt. that he his 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 lodge him in jail, so that he can lie obtained. . THOS. P. FRITH, Holmesville.. Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana.- . 103 2m FOUR Cases more of Beebe's best Hats, latest sty le. 'Also, a few pieces North Carolina Cassimere, made at Rock Island Factory. Mecklenburg County ; Tweeds, Kentucky Cleans. Dove Skin Cassimere, Calico, Domes tics, Calf Boots, heavy double uouled Brogans. . Just received oy EVANS & COOKE. ltaleigh.'Novth, 1851. J 2 A BRILLIANT ERA - Mr PYFEH. A. nn The acknowledged favorite, of the ; , for along period in selling Brilliant Pv Portnc" . . ""uwuun to oe made last month vva. one of unparallelled , - .v iiaituiuiinn in tus e "ill a.. IS nn, n( ..n 11-n "1P Dast 1. 8cces4 to ik. ,lle Kho hntu ni.u ,li amea riouu Tn' 1 Has time aftei time, wcured for the rnr, this far-famed Prixe A,n. 1 :?.COrr.esP'"dcllte .. The poet has truly said. i KlCUeS, Without thno AaIe 18 a p'ank, all history silent flow many men, with spirits as nni.u 15 fine as ever added lustre to the m'ind of en,ib'litie ; toiled from day to day to cacn a paltry pin man' W 1 support of a fond and doatiug wife, and aJJc' fr the eprlng, until his consiitution worn out ul lslleJi w - "v- vcgiu ui accumulated Kn.i i ' cnt It,.., t. .1 ; . 1. I " r -.i. ...... nice i wuii ins laniers helpless wife and fatherless children -TaiUlDl a leear.t.0. "ult y, misery anu woe. How many father. . . ruvW' on their growing children, unblest with the" "'"""d treasures of learning, and drop a silent tear l"CIln)atfe tion in all its overwhelming ioree hurt, ,..'' .e,,Sfc those "uleders of lve" CTr.. ; ' ""a, ".that k- --s "P like I .avages, and he curses in the bitterness ol hi, h f . . w 1. uu ik. .... naa oenit-il to him the mean utating his children, while it has enaiil.i trance listening Seimlc with ihe thuifuers i l" 10 "'n' answer, No 1 And if you ask us if thU wt' ! U tiohment ol Fortune can be changed we,. par,e aPpor THE KEMEUY Is ATHaad""1 Thousan.ls have tried it, and in 'he history f the wealthiest families in the country u,av . 80m(,of efficacy. All that is required is an "Uead il Very firSt "C ",ay "our w,sh" ) with an . nowneu aim truly lortunate Agency, amUui, ces-siou in your hehall, wi re you the most UiiUh! son in exUtence, Fortune will smile on your efT t lr We have in the office now the $:Jj cuu Pri l 815.000 prize, (both sent to 8. (Jaroiiua.) ai,d th s7 250 se.it .o Naii.viile, I'e.i..., all p.urft and we shall" v. ry happy to show them to our country friends h may wish lo have the ocular demonstration ol n, U, k . our tm iriMiant ScJiemes far February, i832 Kiite iaintai iNo.oi l'r Feb. P iztts Uallure Tirk-i. n .'r,rt $3 i.imiu 18.' 0.1 3o i.O 16.312 21,5(10 40.ti(i0 j of 12.OI-0 11,000 3J,397 2U.U00 1 3 5 10 fiO.0011 3 of 1 5,000 2t),i 00 3:J,l00 2 ,0.00 24.(100 38,000 25,000 25.0(10 . 30,000 2(i,(i(IO 15,0. 10 65,000 75 Noa 13 drawn V 11 fcila in in no 30 10 lo ill 18 10 4u on 3U 10 IS 10 30 lo 18 10 15 HO 60 to 3o Oo 16 io 35 (in 17 00 18 00 Zh 00 5 00 2? W 35 00 15 00 13 IK 75 W 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 8 -Nos 1 3 drawn 14 drawn 12 drawn 5 10 5 5 12 8 5 10 5 4 15 8 5 10 5 5 10 8 5 10 s 4 20 ! 4 3-i i.O i 75 Nos 78 Nos 75 Nos 12 drawn 78 Nos 13 drawn 78 Nos 13 drawn 75 Nos 12 drawn 78 Nos 15 drawn 75 Nos 12 drawn 78 Nos 12 drawn- 75 Nos 18 drawn 75 Nos II dmwn 78 Nos 15 drawn 75 Nos 13 drawn 78 Nos -14 drawn 75 Nos 12 drawn 78 A os 13 drawn 75 Nos 14 drawn 78 Kos 10 drawn 78 Nos 13 drawn 75 Nos 15 dr;.wn 75 Nos 14 drawn 78 Nos 12 drawn !.7 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 23 PLEASE OBSERVE. The price of Packages of Quarter Ticliels on'v.ii advertised above. Ihe Managers Printed Drawing, endorsed tj ibt commissioners appointed (for this purpose) by the Got ernor of Maryland, are in all cases sent to our Conn. pondeuts. Letters always strongly and carefully sealed. The purchasers of Packages of Tickets seldom kit more than six chances against their drawing in a I'aci age any of the Capital Prizes, and one Package ion draw four of the highest Prizes. Two-thirds ofik Prizes are sold in Packages of Tickets. Please order a few days before the Lotteries draw. All Orders punctually answered hy the return mails. Persons at a distance from Baltimore, who wish "For tune Buckled on theii Backs," will find thai it is only necessary to enclose tlie price (as laid down in the above schedule,) for a Package of Single Tickets to the Truly Fortunate, Far-Famed and Old Established Houseof PYFER & CO. No. 1 Light St., Baltimore, MJ. Or, Box 524, Baltimore Post Office. January 31, 1852. 25- Valnable .Property for Sale. I will sell on a liberal credit, the House and Lot on which I live in the Eastern Ward of thi. Citv, eligibly situated, near the residence of Dr. Josiab O. Watson. The lot contains about an acre of ground, well ami newly fenced in. The houe is commodious and new ly fitted up. It contains four rooms besides a basement neatly finished for a dining room, pantry. &c &c. All the necessary out-bouses, including Kitchen, mote house. Stables. &c, and the best well of water in the "diggins," will be found upon the premises. The Gli de n attached to tht residence is in a high state of culti vation. I will also sell the Lot adjoining, containin? lbr fourths of an Acre, more or less The Lots will be sold separately or together, as purchasers may dsire. The property cannot fail to please any person, W wishes a highly desirable residence. For details, terms, &c. apply immediately to THOMAS M. OLIVER- Raleigh. Dec. 5. 1851. Hi, E. I,. HARDING) & Co. WOULD observe, that, as the season draws on, f Fall and Winter Clothing, ihey have ant.ni; the wants of the people, and would be plesfd all who may favor them with a call, their assortmen., consisting ol rlolh Drub, Black, and Blue Beaver UB Overcoats and stack. We wou'd call your attention particularly to in sortmentof Overcoats, as It embiaces 're,.VJ"TdlllB andlateslyle 0r PAN TS are excellent. t . as well ss'men of F..hion. can In-re find "n,"f'n' please them, lei thil lal-s be as vatious or ' and in fact, the only d.ffi.-nlty will be l eh- rather than to find anv particular styleoi color. In the assort tnent of VES I'S. you w.il bun Velvet. i-rin..s ..f all colors. Silk, lihl an'' "i simcre aud V..IM.eia, some ol'them reU bean I Our furnishing Department is complete and I . we hHttliY d-cMn ir 'ic-ssary mr us m rr, ...... -- : ! articles compi.sed under Ihat head You will find Ihe ever, a larse assortment ol Shirts. Drawers, ui - ! penders. i . . . . i . f ..it.in aitu s. Uravals. r.OKIS. socks, - htff i Call and esaniine tiur slnCK, we snan , all and esaniine our sihck, we mm pl $ KoikIs at all times, regardless ol ''"'diNG. our i sale. Kaleigh, Sept. 29, 1851. JUST ARRIVED, ATPROCTEU'S. Snccessor to Messrs. Oliver & rrl A Fresh Supply of those beautiful WINTER FROCK AND OVERCOAT. Also, a variety of FANCY 13 A M ERKSi All of which are selling ve.ycheap pBWCTEB' Raleigh, Dec. 20, 1851. H" SWAIr.4 JUSTICE. The North CaroIi.'5 containing a su.uin..ry stateuie.it or the o ioll5 Common Law of this Stale, .ojjell.er with me of t .e Supreme Court, and all the inost appt and nrecedents relatiuz lo tbe office and 1 tice of the Peace, and aih.tr public o SeCoB modern practice, by BENJAMIN SWA1W edition, revised and corrected. . For sale at the North Carolina Book Store nj ....mov Tl I Lit'' tliiiki'i- " 2-- Raleigh. 1851. JJIOK.Vi BOOK The North Carolina ".cUri containing all the most osetul fomm ' business transactions between man and ma , j in official stations; together with the ". 6 North Carolina and of the U nit. d States; in tne fees of Clerks, Sheriffs, &c. Calculate .l of the citizens of North Carolina, ludmatiec to law. Compiled by a member of bar. For sale by H. D. rUBW kWe, "Raleigh, Dbceuibor, 1851. N. t" WANTED. , i 1000- bushels of Flax s ,-,,. Drugstore of WM'& HAYWOOD Jan. 21, 1852.