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t 1 1 . 4 V.ii.t Hi Hi a MARBLE YARD, RALEIGH, N. C Tombs, monuments, Head-Stones, &c. THE Subscriber having been North and pu;h87 Urge assortment of Italian and American MARBLK. for JtfwiKwn. 7bii. and Headsttmes, and , r Hones, slabs for Sorfa ?'; "and Nova Scotia grindstone, solicits the patronage oi the citizens of Raleicli and the surrounding country. He invites the citizens to call and see his monuments, tomb and head stones and drafts, or send their orrteis, which will be punctually attended to. ... The subscriber has been in business in this place six teen year, and you can refer to any of the citizens or His Marble-Yard is ten minutes' walk from the State House, at the South-East Corner of the Graveyard. The subscriber has examined the Northern priees, and has no hesitation in saving he can do work on a reasonable terms as any. u WILLIAM STRONACH. Raleigh, Sept. 6, 1852. 85 1y. Mail Arrangements at Raleigh. Northern Mail. Duo on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 i P M. via. Rail Road. Due on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 V . M. via. Rocky Mount. Closes every day (except Saturday) at 9 P. M. Southern Mail. Due Daily, at 10 P. M. Closes daily at 12 M. Western Mail. Due on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 J P. M. 'Closes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. Pittsborouoh Mail. Due on Monday and Thursday, at 7 P. M. Closes on Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 P. M. Tarbchough Mail. Due on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 P. M. Closes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 2 P. M. GOLDSBOROUGH MAIL. Arrives and departs Daily. Roxborough Mail. Doe every Friday at 10 A. M. Clpses every Friday at 12 M. Letters should be in fifteen minutes before closing STEAMSHIP L.INE. Between UTew York and Norfolk, Va. Petersburg, aud Richmond. jljt'S TWO splendid new Steam Ships, built expressly tor the route, aro now running. Steamship CITY OF RICHMOND Z. Mitchell, Commander ; And Steamship CITY OF NORFOLK, James Post, Commander. ' One of which leaves New York every Thursday, from Pier 8, East River, at 4 P. M. Returning from Rich mond and City Point on Friday, and Norfolk on Satur day of every week. These vessels are thorough Sea Steamers, very fast, and have splendid accommodations for passengers. Cabin Passage and Found. Between New York and Norfolk 37 00 Do. do. and City Point or Richmond 8 00 Steerage, do. do. do. 6 00 Do. do. di. Norfolk, 5 00 Freight from New York to Richmond, 6 cts. per foot. Do. to Petersburg and Norfok 7 cts. per foot. This is as expeditious, the cheapest, end most pleasant route passengers can take to go to New lork Insurance by- these vessels is much lower than by sailing vessels. JOSIAH WILLS, Norfolk. THOMAS BRANCH, Petersburg. ALFRED S. LEE, Richmond, MAILLER & LORD, 108 Wall Street, New York. 43 6m. April 7, 1852 From Raleigh to Norfolk. A line of hacks will leave Sledges on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, on the arrival of the train from Raleigh, and arrive at Wei Jon in time for the cars ol the Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad ; and will leave Wel don on the same days and arrive at Sledges in time for the cars for Raleigh. Fare through from Raleigh to Portsmouth, $3. Through tickets can be obtained of the Agent heTC,and at Norfolk, md also of the Railroad Agents. W. R. PEPPER, Agent. Raleigh, August 10, 1853. 77 3m. . Office of tbe X. C. Rail Road, ) July 21st, 1852. "TVTOTlCE. Stock-holders in the N. C. Rjil Road Company arc specially requested to read the fol lowing resolution passed by tne annual meeting ai na leigh on the subject of interest : " Re soloed. That in justice to such of the Stockhol ders of this Company as have paid their subscriptions, either in money or by work, the amount due by such Stockholders as shall' be in default thirty days from this time, shall be forthwith collected, if practicable ; and that in all such cases, interest.be rigedly exacted : Fro vided however, that nothinsln this resolution shall pre vent tbe Board sf Directors from the exercise of a prop er discretion in favor ol persons having contracts, and who, under previous assurances, have expected and are prepared to pay for their stock in work." An instalment of 5 per cent, has been called for by the Board of Directors, falling due the 1st Monday in September next. Payments can be made to Directors, by an order of the Board, and tho Treasurer is not re quired to visit points on the line of the road in order to collect the instalments. The next meeting of the Board of Directors takes place at Goldsboro', on Tudsday be fore the meeting of the Legislature. CYRUS P. MENDENHALL, Sec'y. and Treasurer. Kcleigh, July 13. 1832. 75 -2t. CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned having this day formed a co-partnership for the purpose of conducting the CON FECTIONARY BUSINESS in all its branches. The business will be carried on at the " old stand" of Sam'l H. Marks, and will be known under tho firm and style of SAM'L H. MARKS & SON. where they will manufacture and keep constantly on hand the nicest and purest Candies of every quality and flavor, and will be regularly supplied with the finest imported and domestic Uigars, and the choicest r ruits in their proper seasons. Having made more extensive arrangements for the manufacture of Steam Refined Candies, they will be en abled to furnish much larger quantities, and purchasers may rely upon getting it with despatch. - All orders for goods will be thankfully received, packed in the best manner, and sent to any part of tho United oiaies. SAM'L H. MARKS, WM. A. MARKS. Petersburg, August 11, 1852. 69 tto. L. B . W ALEE R , DEALER IK Confectionary and Groceries, Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealer in Bt.tL.EM.GME, wV. C. .tsST iruers irom a uisiance promptly attended tg . uoods securely packed lor any part ot tne State. 1852. 41 NOTICE if hereby given that application will ba mad to the next General Assembly for the passage ? , , nu.tle Tales Jurors and Magistrate ho take lists of T.t.m. : u. i.,t..f c - - "waoi vjinwn, LEATHER FOR SPRING SALES At Wholesale and BetalU XTTE respectfully inform our friends and the public that we have in storo a large and moat excellent Stock of Leatlier and Findings, for the Spring Trade, which we will sell as low as any other establishment South of New York, and for less price than they can be had even there, eTpenses of trav elling, freight, &c, considered. All of" our purchases having been made from the Im porters and Manufacturers by the whole case or pack age, and the advantage of receiving Leather regularly from our own Tannery, places it in our power to sell Goods as above stated. Those who wish to buy cannot lose by giving our stock an examination, and we believe we shall be able to please, both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate some of the leading articles, viz : 20 dozen of Crawford's Calf Skins (this maker had tho premium awarded to him at the World's Fair held in London in 1851.) 40 doz. French Skins, best quality, 40 " American Calf Skins, 90 " Lining and Binding Skins, 10 " Morocco Skins, 800 Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Sole Leather, 50 " Band Leather, Lasts, Boot-Trees, Shoe and Boot Maker's Tools of every kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools. Also, Sewed Ilrogans of our own manufacture, war ranted to give satisfaction, and many other articles, too numerous to mention, at No. 21 Old street, apposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery. F. A. & R. H. I ORD, N. B. We pay the highest price in cash for Green and Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store. Petersburg, May 5, 1852. 52 tf. x NOTICE AT my mills, (Buena Vista) 7 miles West of Oxford on the road leading from Oxford to Hillsboro', my Woo! Carding Machine and Foundry are both in suc cessful operation. AH those who patronize my machine and wish their wool carded and first rate rolls, must have their wool well washed and picked clean of burrs, &c, one pound of Lard is required to 10 lbs. of wool the v-harge for carding will be 7$ cts. per lb., weighing the Rolls, or one fifth pound of wool. Foundry. I am now Manufacturing Ploughs of various sizes on an improved pattern, and points which will be warranted to last from one to three days longer than any now in use ; in fact some say twice as long ; also Tobacco Press and Screws, both wrought and cast; brass boxes to old Screws, Shafts and Mills, Mill Gearing, $-c, of all kinds if Patterns are furnished ; and any casting required which Joes not exceed two thousand pounds in weight. All orders for Casting Screws, &c, will be thankfully Te ceived and promptly attended to. Cash will be paid for old Castings, Brass and Copper; my prices for Castings will be in accordance with North ern prices after adding on freight, &c. Address Oxford, Granville Co., N. C. J. H. GOOCH. May 20th. 1853. 57 w6w. GREAT IMPROVEMENT. Edmoxd P. Gaise's Patent Cihcciak Concave 31111 Dress. THE Subscriber would inform the public that he has purchased the rights to sell this Patent in the Sidle of North Carolina, and would say to those who wish to avail themselves of this great improvement, that he is ready to put upon Mill Burrs and Corn Stones, this New Patent Lruss. For further information address the subscriber at South Lowell, Orange County, N. C, who will furnish Drafts, Specifications and all the information necessary io use this improvement. The advantage of this patent is to facilitate the grinding, and improve the flour or meal. It is warranted to grind double as fast as the common Iress, and some that have it in use certity tnree limes as fast. JAMES H. W HI! TEN. July 2J, 1S52. 928 lOt.w.pd. I have had this Dress put upon my Corn Stones, and can assure the public that it is decidedly a Great Im provement, both in speed and the quality of the meal. J. A. iMC.Vl AINiV UiN. Important to ITIillcrs & iTlill Owners. f M1HE Undersigned would respectfully inform those JL 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 YOUNG'S IMPROVED PATENT SMUT AND SCREENING MACHINE. Theonly Machineof the kind that hasstood theiesfand given satisfaction to the public. It has surplan'ed every smut Machine yet offered in the State, more or less ol which has been taken down to make room for it. The pubiic need tear no imposition, as there are now some 280 Machines running in N C; and I wish to offer no other references than the gentlemen who are using them, whose expectations have been more than realized in 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 tor 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 ol order one dav. There was awarded to it the Premium at the Maryland State Fair, and a Premium with a Silver Medal, at the Fait of the Maryland Institute, at Baltimore, last Fall. AJJress the Subscriber at South Lowell Mills, Orange county, N. C. JOHN A. Mc.MANNEN. December 21, 1850. 15 tf. Ceucral Agency and Commission Business. rHE Subscribers have tbis day entered into a copart 1 ncrship under the style of VViiitakeh, Whitfielb & Co., for the purpose of doing a general agency and commission business, and in offering their services to the public in that capacity they flatter themselves that they will be able to give satisfaction to all those who may con sign any goods, wares, merchandize or country produce to thsm, either to sell on commission or forward. As it will be our greatest aim to please, we pledge ourselves to spare no pains in giving general satisfaction. They respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends and the public generally. The store is No. 3, North Water St, Dickinson's Fiic-proof building, Wilmington, N. C JOHN R. WHITAKER, JAMES W. WHITFIELD, A. A. B. BOUTHALL. References: John Dawson, Potter & Kidder, O. G. Parsley, Samuel Beery & Sons, G. R. French, and Ellis & Mitchell. Wilmington, Jan. 29, 1852. 26 tf. Portis' Gold IHiiics for Sale. ON Saturday, the 11th of day of Septermber next, on the Dremises. I shall re-sell the tract nf Innt Ivinir in Franklin county, known as the Poktis Gold Mires. The said property is too generally known to require par ticular description here. It will be sold lor division, un der a decree in Equity, on a credit of one and twoyears with interest from the firstday of January next, at which time possession will be given. J he tract contains About 2200 Acres. a large portion of which is of superior quality for farm ing purposes I he mining lauds are rich, and can be worked at a very little expense. The dwelling house and out houses are good and convenient. I will take pleasure in showing the property, or will give any infor mation by letter wjjich may be required. Bonds with security will be required of the purchaser. THUS. K.. THOMAS, C- M. E. Louifburg. July 20, 1852. 903 4tw. Fifteei Dollars Reward. RUNAWAY from the subscriber about the 18th ult, my negro man Washington, dark colored. 27 vears years old, 6 feet 1 or 2 inches high, weight 175 or 80 puuuus, long wiiius ois rignt.ancie oends outward, wnica makes him bop when walking, caused by a hurt wnen very young, good iront leetn. Mad on, when be lett, a brown woolen coat. He may alter his name and try to pass as a free man. I will give the above reward to any person who will deliver him to me. living in Granville county, four miles South of Wilton, or ten dollars to confine him in any jail so that Iun get him. Auarsss me mew A.ignt r. u., wake conty, im. u. JOHN TURNER. March 27, 1852. 814 tf. Further Developments. r 1 THE subscriber expecting to start for the North im- mediately alter tbe election, would respectfully suggest to his friends and the public eenerallv the nro. priety of giving hint their orders for any article of Cloth ing wnicn tney may want gotten up in good style, and at a much less price than the same can be prepared here. ,-. Me wm alio inform his patrons he is much in ne of ruaqsand will take great pleasure in receipting accounts. ISAAC PROCTOR, i . r , Merchant Tailor. &aeih; July 20th, 14S. 75. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF HAMPDEN SYDMEY COLLEGE, RICH-1 MOND. VA. The fifteenth anaual course of Lectures in this institution will commence on Monday, the 11th of Octoberand continue until the ensuing March. R. L. Bohannan, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. L. VV. Cuambcrlavne, M. D., Professor, of Mat teria Medica and Therapentiua. S. Maopin, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. , Chas. Bell Gibson, M. D-, Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. " Carter P. Johnson, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. " David H. Tucker, M.. P, Professorof the Theory and Practice of Medicine. A E. Peticolas.M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. The study of Practical Anatomy may be prosecuted with the most ample, facilities, and at inconsiderable Clinical Lectures are regularly given at the College Infirmary and Richmond Almshouse. Tha Infirmarv. under the same roof with the College nrl unhirt in I hp entire control of the Faculty, is at all times well filled with Medical and Surgical cases sn.l furnUhca narMiliar facilities lor clinical instruction Many Surgical operations are performed in presence of the class ; ana tne stuaenis oeing ireeiy aumiueu i Wards, enjoy, under the guidance of the Professors, unusual opportunities ior becoming laminar wim iu iivmnlnrm. diagnosis and treatment oi disease. Expenses Matriculation fee, $5, Professors fees (aggregate) $105 ; Demonstrator's fee $10 ; Graduation fee $25. The price of board, including fuel, lights and servants attendance is usually $3 to 3 50 per week. The Catalogue, &c, containing fuller information concerning the Institution, will be forwarded to tnose auolvtner for it. or specific enquiries will be answered by letter. iMAun,M. u. Dean of the Faculty. Richmond, July 13, 1852. 73 5er. . mm v . - PETERSBURG CLOTHING BAZAAR. f gHE subscribers having purchased the entire inter B est of N. Perrv in the above celebrated establish ment, respectfully announce to the citizens of North Caiolina that they intend to relax no effort to retain the liberal patronage heretofore received irorn tne numer ous customers of the Bazaai in the Old North State. Manufacturing as we do all our own clothing, andone of the firm being constantly in the market, thus having facilities for purchasing our cloths, cassameres, etc- at first hands, and consequently at the lowest rates, we are enabled to compete in prices witn jNormern nouses while our garments in point of style and workmanship are not excelled bv those of any other house in the State It is unnecessary to enumerate the articles of which our stock is composed ; suffice it tosay that in ourrooms may be found every thing pertaining to men's wear, and furnishing goods of the most recent style and in great variety. flmi fnan n.nartmenl. Is constantly supplied with the most desirable goods and those Dreieriing their garments made to order, can here find a large assortment to select lrom, and with an efficient force of workmen we can get up a single gar ment or an entile suit at very short notice. A good fit and perfect satisfaction guarantied in every instance. Onv Wholeaale Rooms. Meichants visiting the City should not fail to look throned our stock, as we have opened an exclusive YVh'l'sale Room, and manufacture largely, expressly for bis branch of our trade. A. S. SHAFER & CO., (Successors to N. Perrv.) Petersburg, Virginia, May 5th, 1852- 52 IV. C. Mutual Eife Insurance Company, OFFICE RALEIGH, Ti. C. rriHIS Company continues to insure the lives ot all I healthy White persons and Slaves. I he greatest risk taken on a single nie is ouuj. Slaves are insured for a term of one to five years lor Js their value. OFFICERS. Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President, Win. D. Haywood, Vice President, James F.Jordan, Secretary, Win. H. Jones, Treasurer, Pcrrin Busbce, 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 of the Company, may be haJ on application at the Of fice, or any of the Agencies. Alf letters on business should be addressed to JAMES F. JORDAN, Secretary. April 28, 1850. 51- Baltimore Piano Manufactory. Important Improvement. Elastic Universal Touch VT7'ISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Boudoir T Square and Grand Pianos, request those wanting a first-rate Icstrument one that Ladie's can perform on with the greatest possible advantage, that is chaste of style, of superlative touch and tone, that will stand in concert tune, and last a life time, to call and see for themselves a sample Instrument at the Agent's office Dr. W. R. Scott's. These Instruments are more in general use in the City among the first critics of art and science, and to whem we have the honor of referring. See the manufacturer's circulars, which may be obtained of the Agent. All In struments warranted five years. J. J. WISE & BRO. Dr. W. R. SCOTT, Agent. Raleigh, Jan. 11, 1850. 20 6m. GENERAL AGENCY. 'IHE undersigned ofVers his services as Agent for the JL transaction of any business in the City of Raleigh, at the Public Departments, the Banks, Insurance Offi ces, occ. He may be found at tho 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. Rcid, Wm. Hill, Sec'y. Stale, D. W. Courts Pub. Treas. Wm. J. Clarke, Comp'l. 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. Sf G' R. R. Raleigh. Dec, 18, 1851. 14 tf Notice Direct Importations. WE have juit finished taking our inventory for the summer season, and find as follows : A number of notes and accounts due us which should be settled up to 1st July ; and to which we particularly call the attention of those interested. Also, a well assorted stock of China Ware and Earthenware, to which we will be receiving large additions during the month of August ; and to which we especially invite the attention of Merchants, Those passing through Wil mington on their way North would dp well l purchase their slocks of Crockery from us, as we are determined to offer inducements over Northern importers. McRAE & HARRISS. Wilmington, July 24, 1852. 74 The lYortn - Carolina Executor, CONTAINING the Statutes and Common Law o this State, together with the decisions ot the Su preme Couit,and all the necessary 'forms, precedents, &.C.&.C. Intended as a safe .Guide to Executors andAdminis- trators. With which is necessarily connected the kindred sub jects of Wills, Legacies, Dower, and other Provisions for W idows, .msiriouiion oi siaie, uescum oi Liana, Partition, Guardianship, &,c, by Benjamin Swaira. For sale at the INoi th-Caroiina Book-More by H. D. TURNER Jtfjy 13, 1852: 54 State of North Carolina. Office of Seciibtaiit of State, August 9, 1852 SEALED Proposals for furnishing the wood necessary for the ensuing Legislature, aud the public Officers for the ensuing winter, will be received at this Office un til the 11th September next. The wood to be sound Oak or Hickory, to be fur nished by the Cord, and cut to suit the fire-places. WM. HILL, Secretary. 78 5t- Notice to Contractors. "3ROPOSALS will be received until the 1st of Sep Itember next, for erecting in the Town of Murfrees borough, N. C, a Brick building of large dimensions for a Female College. . Persons disposed to contract will find a design of the building with specification, &c.. in possession of the Secretary of tbe building committee. !- The making of the Brick will be reserved to the build ing Committee. 1. ri. MY RICK, Sec'y. Murfreesboro', N. C June 84, 1862. 927 list- IJOVELTY WORKS, WEST ST., RALEIGH, jnukth-c;akul.iin a, SILAS BTJBNS. HgPO- PROPBIETOB, B VILDEB OF Steam Engines x uenerai Jiacninuii THE above establishment has been in successful oper ation about one year, and has turned out some of the best STEAM XilvUiixxjo ana o.i vv iuai uavc ever ODerated in this or any other State. Uroers are soiicueu 'JL umm uugiun auu itiiito, Mill Gearing and Machinery of every discription to be , , e ti. -c : .1 v:iio completed during the Summer and Fall. The improved condition of the Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road will en able me to fill with dispatch and punctuality all orders after the 1st of July. The following certificate will show the character ot Vie work executed at the above Works : Acbrt, Cumberland, May 15, 1852. Mr. Silas Burrs, Dear Sir.- Our Engine and Mills, made at your shops, have been at work nearly two months, and fully meet our expectations, l ue t-seisi, as io finish and strength, performance and bur a bii.it v, is in ferior to none in the State of the same class made here or elsewhere. The Mills run with a smoothness and speed truly astonishinp. In ordinary sawing we cut in . " .. .i i , i. e . a common sized log, 1 loot in a seconus or io ieei per minute. We have run, however, through an 18 feet log in 32 seconds or at the rate of 33 feet per minute, cy running to the top speed we fully blieve we can cut 40 feet ner minute. The onlv obiection we nave nearu urged is, it takes two many hands to haul up logs and carry away lumber. Yours, &c. J Ui -LiS OC UAKOriL. June 2, 1852. 59 NORTH CAROLINA JTJ AL 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 Mills and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon favorable terms. Its Policies now cover property amounting to $4,500 000, a large portion of which is in country risks ; and its present capital is nearly Six Hundred Thousand Dol lars, in bonds properly secured. The average cost of Insurance upon the plan of this Company has been less than one third of one per cent perannum, on all grades oi property emoracea in us ope rations. The following persons have been elected Directors and Officers of this Company for the present year . Directors : Jos. G. B. Roulhac, C. W. D. Hutchings, Richard Smith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. W. Whit ing, T. H. Selby, of Raleigh; Geo. McNeill, Fayette- ville. Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hoy Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, John Cox, Edcnton, Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph H. Pool, Elizabeth City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexander Mitchell, Newbern, W. N. H. Smith, Murfreesborough, A. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton, and H. T. Summy, Asheville. All Directors are authorized to receive applications Officers of the Company : J. G. B. Roulhac, President, Henry D. Turner, Vice President, Richard Smith, Treasurer, J. C. Partridge, Secretary, John H. Bryan, Attorney, J. Hersman, General Agent. S. W. Whiting, 1 Richard Smith, Executive Committee . John Primrose, ) All communications in reference to insurance should lie addressed to the Secretary, post paid. J. V. PARTRIDGE, Sec'y. Raleigh, June 21. 1852. 21 MILTON FACTORY AND MILL. T B. BARRETT & J. D. NEWSOM, Having ft .purchased Mr. Thomas W. Holden s interest in the Milton Cotton Factory and Millc Lands, Tenements, and debts due the Firm c. Barrett, Newsom & Holden, will continue the Manufacturing and Milling business. Tbey ase now putting in operation a set of Woolen Machinery, for the purpose of manufacturing o a l, e .v fit on s, and will also have two good CARDING MACHINES in order the ensuing season, which will not only afford a market for the sale of Wool, but enable planters to get Domestic Woolens, Cotton Goods, and also Wool Rolls of the first quality. They have in their employment the most experienced mechanics, and will endeavor to merit public patronage. BARRETT & NEWSOM. Milton. March 25. 1851. 41 tf. HENRY KLEM'S North of Yarbrough's and opposite Lawrence's Hotel RALEIGH, N. C. JUST RECEIVED and for sale at the lowest cash prices, the following articles, td-wit : 3 Barrels ot Mackerel, 2 do. New Lard, 4 do. Irish Potatoes, 6 do. Assorted Crackers, 3 do. Pulverized Sugar, 3 do. Clarified do. 2 do. Crushed do. 800 lbs. Goshen Butter, 800 " Cheese, Rio, Laguira, and Java Coffee, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles, 5000 Black Principe Cegars, Regalia, Havana, &c. &c. &c. &c. January 2, 1852. 18 tf. Forcstville Female Academy. 11 HE exercise of this institution will be resumed on the third Monday in July. The principal Mr. B. . ". Sostice, will be assisted, as formerly, by Miss Virginia C. Ramsay, of Raleigh. Pupils will be received at any time of the session and charged only from date of entrance. No deductions will be made ex cept in cases of protracted illness. Terms iu English, $7,50, $10 or 12,50, according to advancement. " French, 5,00. Latin, 5,00. Music on Piano or Guitar, with use of instrument. $18,00 Board may be had with the Princpal at seven dollars per month, or in the neighborhood at six. foriuriner particulars address tbe princip r Mr. Peyton A. Dirsiiv, Secretary of the Board of Trustees: Forest vi lie, N. C, June 14th, 1852. 42 6tw- Male and Female School at Mt. Airy. .nr. if Urs. WMSST, Tcaehers, Assisted by Miss E. Gilmer, in English, and Miss C. McQtjeew, on tbe riano l orte. Terms per Session of five months Elements of Algebra, Trigonometry, and the Classics, - - - - - S 12.50 Highei English branches, ... 10.00 Solid branches, - ... 8.00 Primary branches, t 6,00 For further particulars, please address E. W. WEST, Prin. REFERENCES : Rev. J. B. White, Pres. Wake Forest College, Rev. E.Dodson, Dr. Jones, Milton, A. Miller. Esq. Mocksville, Jno. Kerr, Esq. Yancyville, N. Blackwood, Esq. Rock- ford, or the citizens of Mt. Airy. July 10, 1852. 928 5tw. JQ F REWARD. Ranaway from the Subscri iJJ ber, in the early part of May last, a Mulatto Boy, by the name of LE WIS. He is about twenty years old, has a small scar on his right cheek, has straight hair, when spoken to has a down look, is about five feet ten inches high. The only clothing recollected that he took away with him was a checked coat. I have understood ho has been seen some where on the Central Rail Road, and think it probable he passes for a free man, and has by some means procured free papers. I will give the above reward of twenty-five dol lars to any person who will deliver him to me, or secure him in any jail so that I get him again. JOSHUA PiiRRY. Franklin County, N. C. July 16, 1852. 929 w6w. 'Debates in IY. C. Convention. PROCEEDINGS and Debates of the Convention of North Carolina, called to amend the Constitution of the State ; which assembled at Raleigh, June 4th, 1835. To which are subjoined the Convention Act, and the Amendments to the Constitution ; together with the votes of the People. Also, tbe Journals of the N. C. Con ven tion. For Sale at the N. H. Bookstore by . , H. D. TURNER. Kateigh, June 29th, 1882, J7 SEA BATHING, , IIYGEIA HOTEL. OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. fTHIS large and magnificent Establishment having been recently, purchased by tbe Subscribers, to wnicn i ne j nave ai very great expense maae extensive additions and alterations, is now open for Visitors. Surrounded entirely by Salt Water, it sttords every facility for Sea Bathing, and offers great inducements to the Traveller iB pursuit of health or pleasure. Situated directly on the Bay and in view of the Ocean, presents a most magnificent prospect, while the Fort, tbe largest Military Work in our Country, affords to the Visitor beautiful Promenades, and various sources of interest. There are large and well arranged Bath Houses, with Hot and SAotoerSaj opeD at all times, and a fine Surf lor those who prefer tbe open Sea. The ereat benefits resulting from Sea Bathing, and the Sea Breeze, are becoming daily more known and appreciated. JVo place can be more healthy, or possess a liner cli mate than thia, through the entire Summer and 'Fall Months. . t ever and Ague, and Bilious Fevers are en tirely unknown. Oar Ir inking Water is not excelled by any, even in the Mountain Region We have a find Band of Music, and a Ball Boom, which for be. uty and magnificence is unsurpassed in our Country, open every evening, Free of Charge New and extensive Bowling Alleys, Billiard Saloons, and a Pistol Gallery were erected the past season. i no noiei is complete in an us arrangements : active and efficient Assistants have been procured, and no ex- ertion will be spared to render it, in all respects, the most agreeable and interesting resort in the whole country. The Steamers from Norfolk, Richmond, Petersburg, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York. land Passengers daily. Terms. Board, per day, $2 00 ; by the week, at the rate of$l 75 per day ; persons staying a month, or over, $1 50 per day. Ohildien and Servants hair price, vv ub;. vuiiuicuauii ucivauiouaii Fti.c No Charge for Baths, to Guests ot the House, except ur 5-.u . -.u. ' ' u 1 ior viaiiii jjauis , uuieia inau oueblf, iijceuisciuu. No Charge for Omnibus. No Charge for Porterage The Qmnibus and Baggage Wagons. are always in at tendance on arrival of the Boats. Letters for visitors should be addressed to the " Hygeia Hotel." J. P. REYNOLDS & CO., Proprietors. May 24th, 1852. 67 FOR TUB NORTHERN CITIES BY The Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad. fHAHE PUBLIC are informed that the Seaboard and L Roanoke Kail Road Company have completed theft new bridge across Roanoke River at Weldon, and are now prepared to transport passengers and freight from weldon to Portsmouth and JNortolk, and tne .Northern cities promptly and with dispatch. 1 he Cars leave Weldon daily at 3 1-2 o clock, P. M and arrive at Portsmouth by 7 o clock, P. M., in time to connect with one of the Chesapeake Bay Steamers, HERALD, GEORGIA OR NORTH CAROLINA, for Baltimore, and arrive at Baltimore early next morn ing, in time to connect with the morning train that leaves tor Philadelphia and New York. By this comfortable and agreeable route, Passengers leaving Wilmington in the morning train, will arrive early the next morning at Baltimore, and reach New York the same evening, without loss of sleep, and with but one change of person and baggage between Weldon and Baltimore, and avoid entirely night travelling on Rail Koads. To render this route worthy of the travel ling public, the company have employed careful and responsible baggage agents, who check all baggage at Weldon through to Baltimore, consequently the travel ler has no furthei trouble with his baggage until he reaches Baltimore. The Chesapeake Bay Steamers also stop at OLD POINT, to land and receive Passengers, and Passen gers who leave Weldon at 3 1-2 o'clock, P. M., arrive at Old Point the same evening. An arrangement has .been entered into, by the differ ent Kail Koad and steamboat Companies, by which tbe same Through Ticket issued at Charleston, will leave it optionary with the traveller to take either route at Weldon. An accommodation train leaves Weldon every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday mornings for Portsmouth, Norfolk and OLD POINT COMFORT. Passengers by either tram for Old Point, will reach Old Point the same evening. For THROUGH TICKETS to Baltimore and New York, and any other information desired, enquire of the Agent at Weldon. E. N. PETERSON, Agent. Omce Seaboard & R. R. R. Co., 1 Weldon, N. C. May 28th. 1852. S 922 ltw 3m MEW BOOKS. LIFE. and Correspondence of Lord Jeffrey, by Lord Cockburn, one of the Judges of the Court of Session in Scotland. Annual of Scientific Discovery ; or Year-Book of Facts in Science and art for 1852. 1 he Power of Christian Benevolence illustrated in the Life and Labors of Mary Lyon. Austria in 1848 '49, containing a full account of the Revolution in Hungary, and Historical Sketches of the Austrian Government and Provinces ot the h.mpire,by Wm. H. Stiles, Late Charge D'Afiairs of the U. S. at Court of Vienna. The Constitutions of the several States of the Union and United States, including the Declaration of Inde penitence and articles of Confederation. Horse-Shoe Robinson, a tale of the tory ascendency, by Jno. P. Kennedy, author of the Swallow Barn, 1 vol. I vo., unitotm with the Swallow Barn. Courtesy, Manners and Habits, by George VVinfred Hervev. Works of Daniel Websfer, 5 vols. 8 vo. The Works of Stephen Olin, D. D., LLD., Late Pre sident of the Wesleyan University, containing Sermons and Sketches. Hand Book of the English language, by R. G. Latham M. D..F. R. S. Queechy, by the author of the Wide, Wide World.' Pyrmhurst, his Wanderings and ways ot thinking, by Donald .McLeod. Romanism at Home; Kirwan's Letters to Chief Justice Taney. Brace's Hungary in 1851. Lady Pfeiffer's voyage round the World. Norris's Hand Book for Locomotive Engineers and Machinists. Poems by Matilda. Ban Gauthiet's Book of Ballads. For sale by W. L. POMEROY. .Raleigh N. C. June 9th, 1852. 63 EJANS COOKE No. 29 Fayef teville-Street, RALEIGH, N. C. WE have received, during the past week, the lar ger portion of our Spring purchase, consisting in part ot the following articles : Domestic Goods, all prices ; Calicoes. Ginahams. Hosiery, Gloves, Bed Ticking, Checks. Diaper. Linon and Cotton ; all of which will be sold on the most ac commodating terms to cash buyers, or to punctual cus- J totners on a short ..red it ; as we buy Goods twice a year we shall collect in the same way. Don't forget JSVANS & COOKE, One door above R. Smith's. March 16. 37 FR. MAHLER'S CHEAP STORE. rglHE subscriber respectfully announces to his cus to ll, mers and Town friends, that he has removed from the Depot to " Locust-shade," opposite the Capitol. Thankful for past favors, he flatters himself that the pub lic will encourage him at his new stand with the same confidence as shown him heretofore ; wherefrom he pledges himself that the prices and qualities of his goods shall prove satisfactory to all that will honor him with a call. He keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of Family Groceries, as well as Confection aries. Cigars, Fruits, Nuts, and a choice selection of Fancy Articles and Crockery Ware. FR. MAHLER. Raleigh, June 6th, 1853 62 Readable Rooks. POPULAR library ot the best authors, books which quicken the intelligence of youth, delight age. de corate prosperity, shelter and solace us in adversity, ; . 1 l . - i . . - ring enjoyment ai nome, oeiriena us our 01 doors, pass the night with us, travel with us, go into the country wnn us. wcero. 1. Essays from the London Times, a collection of per sonal and historical Sketchej. 2. The Yellowi.lush Papers, by W. M. Thackeray. 3. The .Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell, afterwards Mistress Mil ton. 4, 5. Travels in Tartary. Thibet, and China, in 1844-'45, by M. Hue, Missionary Priest, 2 vols. 6. Gaieties and Gravities, by Horace Smith, one of the Authors of the Rejected Addresses." 7, 8. The Paris Sketch Book, by W. M. Thackeray, 2 vols. 8vo. 9, 10. Little Pedlington and the Pedlingtonians, by John Poole, Author of Paul Pry." -Fr sale at the North-Carolina Book-Store by HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh, May 21st, 1852- 58 Strayed, FROM the subscriber, in Raleigh, about three weeks ago, a black mule, three years eld, roached mane, and of ordinary size. When last heard of he was making his way towards Gaston. Satisfactory compensation will be made for such information as will lead to his recovery. JERE. NIXON. Raleigh, June 24th, 1852. 66 4t. IMPORTAST TO FAOTIEIES ! S. CRANE'S Patent Comnonmi ixr,. t. . FZ.ChM-Afor Washing, CfcSf' ?"jyg ratntea Surfaces, the Walls " "narnirtes , tne Malls, Parlors, and Rooms of Private and Public Buildings Vie Fronts, Doors and Windows of ' F ancy Dwellings , the Pews and Interior of Church es; Furniture,- the Berth. State Rooms and Cabins of SfMm.;. v.. boats and Packet-Ship. , PaZeZer am' Cars, Brasses, Iron Railing Glass or Metallic Sur faces. Src &. WARRANTED to give entire satisfaction an tinedto effect an entire revolminn 5 . Jlandes- of the laundress being an improved Prrn ,ness Washing Clothes perfectly, with astoBishinE fen , ,or "tyand "ijmjr iu texture or color family, of whatever size, can do all thir ,-v-' . very than one hour, without the labor of rubl.in "S ,n'ess bleaching or the friction of a machine, thus lnS expense and labor, and securing exemption V lm nDtinr. r. .? "ne eases caused by the exposure and fMticr., . , lne d's- usual mode of Washing, while Clothincr , ,nt to 'be will be M't-u . i vni in v. vvvai auu tear OI tha . , i , - i'c friction, and last much longer. "-ooatd and 1 he undersigned, having purchased frorn ftl p . e sole right and interest for the Stat fv? the otate of Xnrtu Una, in his latent Compound Wash ir , . .u varo- informs the Public, that he wishei ure. hereliv or County Rights for the same. V 6 01 Family Persons living at a distann. . i . . "oiling 10 Drni1pn ,1. "Sht to m?ke and use this Valuable Preuaratirm ? on.hv remitting FIVE nnr . paranon, can do i -j , - w " ""IiJjAIiS to mp ot d V? ?.VW?1 amU.nt W,U entit, 'hen, to a fam to 2 T. wuicu r.gul uall e sent by mail immedinf.lv ; ? , ' nroner directions to mnL .i i -""""me possession of a large number of I - , " use me same. I am j vrii rjiino, wrginia and South Carolina but i inecessaryto fill a nnrr a.i "a ' but' 1 them, unless requested, as the MnZki sonssT;:rMr known in au the I aim to visit ol! parts of the State t i . , Klue.'6' l SlVe PublIC an PPy oAesi7g JOHN J. CHRISTOPHER, is mv .it.j..., for this City during mv abr,. ' "cu WESLY WHITAKER. Jr.. i tfe. n , m ling Agent. ' c,i" lraveI" Feeling satisfied by the use of this is Mixture nwn .i,. - ., . . n my I invite all to call and see or send in their orders to J. RYALS. 94 tf. Raleigh, Sept. 23, 1851. FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES. &r WILLIAMS, HAYWU0D, & CO., ArtCj now receiving large additions to their stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals PAINTS, OILS, DYESTUFFS, IVindow Glass, 1'erfunury, v Av from the most reliable Houses in the Northern fit;.. ""'" uecu puitiiiacu iyjiu au ej e single to then pur.ty, and are offered for sale atsuch nricesari such terms as shall compare favorably with any house in iiie oiaie. Physicians, Country Merchants, and Dealers o.n. ally, will do well to give us a call before purchj-iine feeling assured we shall not fail to please bolli in puin! of price and quality. Orders promptly attended to, and particularaltent;, given to packing and forwarding. family Medicines and Prescriptions comnnnn. ,1 all hours of the day and nu-iit. bv a comoetent .wrc with neatness and desr.aich. We tender our most sincere thanks to the citizens 0! Raleieh and the surrounding country for the long and liber.il patronage we have received, and trust hv nmir. ing zeal and energy to please in the prosecution" of our business, to merit its continuance. Raleigh, April 28. 1851. 94 GREAT EXCITEMENT. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE A COUPLE HUX DRED DOLLARS, send on your orders for Turpentine Stills, Caps, .frms, aud U'ornu: Also, Brandy Stills, and any kind of Conner r.ork. I Brass, Machinery, &c. I he prices of Still-caps, Arms, and Worms, are as follows : By the pound 37 cents : or bv contract. 7 barrel Still-cap, Arms and Worms, $400 10 do do do 485 12 do do do 525 14 do do do 585 15 do do 3i 615 16 do do do C50 20 do do do G95 25 do do do 750 30 do do do 850 35 do do do 000 All work will be warranted for 1 2 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 WOLTISKIAU. Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1851. 90 y. Hats for the Season. WH.&R. S.TUCKERhavejustreceivedlheir supply of Hats for their Spring and Suininei Trade, which they can confidently recommend as being unsurpassed both in regard to style and quality. Their Moleskin Hats are something new and entirely differ ent from any oiheis oflered in this City. We respect fully solicit a call as we are determined to sell, viz: 12 cases super extra Moleskin, Men's and Boy's double Kossuth, " Lola Montes, Texas and Spanish Campeachy, Napier and Alboni Straw, -Braided Pedal " China Pearl " Bl'k and White fashionable Leghorn. Canada Straw and Palm Hats, Ladies Riding Hats,' Misses and Infants' Fancy Straw Hats, Gent's Leather Hat Boxes, &c, &c. MRS. WOLTERISC RESPECTFULLY announces to the Ladies 0 Ral eigh and surrounding country that she is now re ceiving her FALL and WINTER STOCK 01 FANCY GOODS , embraci ng China goods, fine iron-stone dinner setts, tea-setts, and cups and saucers as fine as eve brought to this City. ajttct Also, GROCERIES of every description. MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS,., which will be sold low Just Received, a fresh supply of CONFECTI0NA RIES. p.0 Thankful forpast favors, she solicits a continuance jhesame. r-oivr. WILHELMINA vv uj, Raleigh, Sept. 12th, 1851. 9-y- FAI.I, TRADE, 1852. Petits, Harris, and Daniell, No. 23 Nassau St., near the Post Office, New V' OFFER for cash or approved credit, a complf" 1 sortment of Silks and Fancy Dry Goods, no Store, and arriving by every Steamer. . K Consisting in part of Dress Goods in every n . Taffeta, and Satin Ribbons, Fancy Bonnet, and Ribbons, an elegant assortment, Black and Fancy White Goods of every description, Laces and eries, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Cravats, SfC, At Merchants from the Country are respectful'? to examine our Stock. m T..ln lilt. IOAO '( . Just Arrived. YOL. VI., English Reports in Law and Vvfity The use of Suns line, by the authoress 01 Maiden Aunt," "The Story of a Family" Ac Margaret Cecil, by Cousin Kate. Women of Christianity, by lulia Kavanagh, sum "Nathile," " Madeline." &c hiin, Hearts unveiled, or, " I know you would use by Sarah Emery Saymore. ji Dream Life, a fable of the seasons, by I ' t. author of " Reveries of a Batchelor," " 9ikx. For sale by W. L. POMB Raleigh, April 1 3th, 18. S- A REWARD of $20 will be paid fortbe eioa and delivery to me in Raleigh, of VV negro man hired from Mr. John Horner'5L J Said Warren ran away from me about the firM present month, and is ho doubt lurking aboil neighborhood of his home, .rr-rnV JERE. MiU- - tfcii Raleigh, June 24th, 1852. J- Forle$ J. BRW- 10 DOZEN WEEDING HOES.