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NORT UNA SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED "WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS. WEEKLY, $ 2 PER ANNUM. RALEIGH, NORTH-CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1852. VOL. II. NO. 92. SEMI-WEEKLY THE xi'ORTH CAROLINA STANDARD PUBLISHED Will" AND SEMI-WEEKI1 BT WILLIAM W. HOLDEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tw of the Wkk". Two dollars per ai.num , or within the first month, Two dollars and fftSifjS be delayed six months ; and Three Dollars if not Jaid within six months from the time of tThmsop the Sexi-Wkf-klt. Four dollars pc, annum "n advance, or within the first month; Four 3Xm and fifty cents, if payment be delayed six months ; S Five DoIlL, if not paid within six months from the ime of subscribing. CW- The above rules will be inflexibly adhered to. Vdvertisemexts not exceeding fourteen lines wil be inle 'd one time for one do liar, and twenty-five cents for each subsequent insertion ; those of greater Sth in proportion. Court orders and Jud.dic.al Ad ierfscmentt will be charged 25 per cent higher than the f ove rates. A reasonable reduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. Advertisements inser ted in the Semi-Weekly Standard, will also appear in the Weekly Paper, free of charge. Sur.s-ril.ers, and others, who may wish to sendmonej to the Editor, can do so at all times, by Mail and at . ma risk. Receipts for all sums will be promptly transmitted Letters to the Editor must come free of postage. "ft(Tol)SlTHlAEOT. EVANS & COOKE, One Door Above R. Smith's Corner, No. 29, Fayetteville Street, i RE now receiving their Fall purchase, consisting of every article usually kept in Dry Goods establish ments, and flatter themselves that they can offer as great if not greater inducements than they have been able to do heretofore ; to be convinced of this fact call before buying elsewhere. We subscribe ourselves, as ever, the friends of a generous community. September 17, 1852. 88 Ladies Dress Goods. PLAIN and Figured Black Gro De Rhine Silks, Rich Brocade colored do., from 81 to $4 per yard, French Sattin Dechene, Embroided Swiss Robes, Alboniaze Robes, high colored DeLanes for Children, French Cash meres, Plain and Figured, new styles, English and French Merinoes. Just received at EVANS & COOKE'S. September 17, 1852. 88 BONNET, Tafela and Sash Ribbons, of a superior qualtty, having from one yard to any number in a price, a little nicer than any thing out. Also, French Worked Collars, Cuffs, Undersleevcs, Chemizetis, best French Kid Gloves, Raw Silk and fleecy lined do-, Swiss and Jaconet Muslin, Edgings and Insertings. Im. Straw Emb'd. Veils, Visites, Black Silk Lace, Gimp Lace and Braid Trimings, Black and Colored Velvet do. Just received at EVANS & COOKE'S. September 17, 1852. 83 I Ef PIECES Prints, every variety, style, quality, X J J and price ; good assortment of SShawIs, varie ties, quality and price. Just received at EVANS & COOKE'S. Ser.teml.er 17. 1852. SS j For Gentlemen. BLACK and Blufi Cloths, Black Doeskin Cassimcres, Colored do, Clouded, Plain and Plaid Satinets, Tweedes, Kentucky Jeans from 20 cents to any price wanted. EVANS & COOKE. Sept. 17. 88 Hats ! Hats ! ! Hats ! ! ! I Q CASES Bebee's, and others of the latest and J- most approved styles. Bought of the Manufac turers themselves, and no mistake. Those wishing the latest agony, call upon us. 31 doz. Soft Beaver Fur and Wool Black and Col ored Hats. 30 doz. Caps, Navy, for Gentlemen and Boys, Silk and Plush, variety of colors and styles. In fact every sort of Cap and Hat that can be called for, at the well known establishment of EVANS & COOKE'S. Sept. 17. 88 Boots and Shoes. J MILES & SONS' Improved Stitched Boots, DouMe Sole and Waterproof do', a splendid article of DouMc Sole Brogans for the practical Farmers of Wake and surrounding country, including the Railroad. EVANS & COOKE. Sept. 17. 88 LIN'SEYS, heavy Georgia plaids, and Kersey's Marl boro' Stripes and Plaids, Brown and Blue Cottons, Flannels, iVool Canton do. All Wool Carpeting. EVANS & COOKE. Sept. 17. 88 BAGGING, Rope and Twine, Dundee and Gunney, very 'icavy, and will be sold low by EVANS & COOKE. Sept. 17. 88 Bonnets, LEGHONtyR Plain and Figured, Straw do, Silk do., beautitul styles. EVANS & COOKE Sept. 17. 88 Ready-TJade Clothing. BLACK Cloth Sack and Frock Coats, Clouded Cas simere do., Blue and Drab felt Over Coats, Drab Pete rshatns, Clouded pilots and Fancy Cassimere Pants,, Black Satin and Figured Silk Vests, &c, &c. Opposite the farfamed and world-renowned establish ment of E. L. Harding & Co, EVANS & COOKE. No. 29, Cheap Side. Raleigh, September 17th, 1852 88 RALEIGH BOOK-BINDERY, J0. II. DeCAKTERET & SON, Prop. JH. DeC. & SON return their grateful acknowl edgements to the public for the liberal patronage which has been extended to them, and respectfully an nounce that they still continue the business of Book binding in all its forms in the City of Raleigh, where it ts conducted as heretofore, Over the "Xortii Carolina Book-stork." (Kext Door to the Telegraph Office.) The Junior partner having acquired a thorough knowl edge ot overy branch of the business in New York, and haying recently visited that City for the purpose of se lecting a choice anrt 1 r u . '. L . - - .iut.ui. vi me imwcsi auu uesi iiiu- tenuis, we are now prepared to execute Binding, &c. of m "'"' " l" ""y iorm, irom plain to ornamental Ulank Books of every description ruled and bound -Newspapers, Music and Period.cals bound to match. AUorders pro.w-!ly attended to. ftT A smart, active Boy wanted. Kaleigh, September 1852. 88 4w. Dlssni.iTinv THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between the -iiuo. bs-nbers was ""solved the 1st day of August, J18-. by mutual consent. GEORGE FISHER, JEFF. FISHER. I'he subscriber having purchased the entire stock, in acco.unts &c- of JefK Fisher in the late firm of & J. Fisher, is now prepared to settle with those .vno may be jndebtcd to Said firm. f he subscriber takes this occasion to ay that he will so , ue his business in all its branches, at bis present wood & ayettevle Street, opposite Williams, Hay ' o. He will keep constantly on hand a gener soli'if men- f artlc'e I" line". Hp respectfully ed b th9CnlmU9nceof tl,e patronaS heretofore enjoy frioi i, es.tal,llshment, and returns to his patrons and tT; ds?I.8sm.cere thanks for the encouragement he has r I?- .h,s business- GEORGE FISHER. Kaleigh, Aug. 15, 185?. 79 8t. NEW GOODS! NEW GDDDS ! ' I THE Subsc libers are now receiving from the Nor tbern Cities their Fall and Winter Stock of Uoods. 1 heir stock is large and varied, and has DeeD purchased by one ot the Firm in person, on such terms as win enable them to give their customers ana tne puD lic generally the most advantageous bargains. All they ask is, an examination of their stock, feeling sure that their prices will commend themselves as fair and just both to the buyer and seller. The subscribers tender to their customers their most hearty thanks for the large and liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed upon them ; and they can only promise that lor the future, as in the past, they will devote all their energies to serve and accommodate their custom ers and friends. Their stock, in part, is as follows : Rich silk Craveili Robe, Fine heavy brocade Silks, French gro DeA Fuke, Plain white and watered do. Black gro DeRhine do, Bl'k Fig and watered do. Solid Col'd. gro De Nap Do. Silver grey Silks, Thibet Printed high col'd De'Lain?, Ornbe Printed and high col'd Muslins, Bayadere Printed, Satin Cashmeres, Pans Printed Rob DeLains, (New Style,) Muslin DeBege, Bayadere graduated Robe DeLains, E iglish and American Printed DeLains, New styl Small fig'd and high col'd DeLa:ns, for Children. Glace Poplins, Victoria Tartan and Lima Cloths, Paris gala Plaids, Bl'k and Col'd Velvets, Cloaks and Mantillas, New Styles, French and English Merinos, Brocade Alpacas, Coburgand Thibet Cloths, Swiss and Cambric Trim. Valencnes, Edgings, and Inseitings, Cambric Flouncings and Muslin Bands, Infants Emb'd French Caps, Bodies and Robes, Flounced IWadona Skirts, Ftench Emb'd Collars, Chemizettes, and Sleeves, White and Black Lace Veils, Revere Hrn'd. Festooned &. Emb Linen Ca:a Han'f. Jaconet Muslins and Cambrics, Dotted and Plain Swiss Muslins, White and Colored Tarltons, Striped and Plaid Swiss Muslins, Striped and Cross Barred Muslins, French Lace, Gimp and Galoon Trimtnings, &c. &.c. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER. Gloves ! Gloves ! Gloves ! (2 K'DOZEN pairs Gents and Ladies Paris Kid Gloves, vJlGents and Ladies Alexander's col'd Silk Gloves, black Lace and Twisted Silk Mitts, Ladies Raw Silk, Cashmere, Braganza and Beaver Gloves, Gems Beaver, Cloth, Berlin. Cashtnere: Norway, Military, Buck and Meriuo Gloves, Gents and adies gauntlets, Boys, Misses and Chi Wrens Gloves. Sec, &c. W. 11. &. R. S. TUCKER. Prints! Prints! Prints! IRENCH, English, and American, several new ' de-signs, inrluding erimack, Spiagues Cocheco, Hoyles, Madder, Chintz and Ombei Watered, Ruby Green and Orange, fast colours for Patch Work, Oil Chiatzand Turkey Red fig'd and plain, &c. Sec. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER. S-ptember 7, 1S52. 83 Register and Star copy. ltibbons ! Ribbons ! JUST opened, rich Bonnet, Neck, Sash, Cap, Satin, and Taffetta Ribbon. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER. CIRCULAR OF THE SOUTHERN Botanico medical College of Ga. The Fourteenth Annual Session of this institution, will opeh on the first Monday in November pnxt, and continue the usual period. From the liberality of the State of Georgia and the city of Macon, and numerous friends, the trustees have been enabled to purchase a splendid and commodious College edifice, and procure considerable chemical and anatomical apparatus, which cannot fail to make the ensuing course of instruction, equal in every respect to the best in the country. The Faculty consists of the following gentlemen : J. T. Cote, M. D., Prof, of the Principles and Prac tice of Medicine. L. Baskstos, M. D. Prof, of Physiology and Patho logy. M. S. Tii05isox, M. D. Prof, of Obstetrics and Dis eases of Women and children. J. N. Loomis, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry and Botany. S. S. Oslix, M. D. Prof, of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. .1. M. Comings, M. D. Prof, of Anatomy Jand Sur gery. I ek.ms For Lectures (entire Ices) iJlOU UW Matriculation, " 5 00 Anatomical, " 5 00 Graduating, " 25 00 Persons desirous of further information, will sddress Dr. L. Bankston, Dean of the Faculty, Griffin Ga., or Drs. Cose or Thomson at Macon. MS. THOMSON, M. D., Macon, Georgia, continues the treatment of all manner of chronic diseases with his usual extraordinary success. H. has ri.rpfl Imnilrpds of caspr without seein7 the patient, and sends Medicines to any part of the Country by mail. Let none despair till they have written toorse en him September 8th, 1852. 86 7 1. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Session of 1852-'3. FACULTY: CHAPIN A. HARRIS, A.M. M. D Professor of Prin ciples and Practice of Denial Surgery. THOS. E. BOND, Jr. A. M. M. D. Professor of Special Pathology and Therapeutics. W. R. HANDY, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and Physiology ALFRED A. BLANDY, M. D. Professor of Operative Dentistry. PHILIP H. AUSTEN, M. D. Professor of Mechanical Dentis'ry. REGINALD N. WRIGHT, A. M. M. D. Lecturer on Chemistry. The Mechanical and Dissecting Rooms will be open on the last Monday of October. The Infirmary remains open throughout the year. The regular course of Lec tures begins on the last Monday of November, and will continue till the last of March. Tickets for the course $100 Dissecting Ticket (.op tional) $10 Matriculation $5 Diploma Fee $30. Good Board from $2,50 to $3,50. W. R. HANDY, Dean. Baltimore, Sept. 8, 1852. 86 4u GREENE COUNTY. TTN accordance with the last will and testament of I Nathan Hooker, dee'd, I shall expose to public sale, on November 2nd, 1852, in the town of Snow Hill, Greene county, N. C, one tract of land, lying northeast of Hookcrton, containing 1200 acres more or less com-orisino- both bottom and upland, of the finest quality. The open land is in a good state of cultivation, and has on it a good Grist and Saw Mill. The latter operates with the Hotchkiss' vertical wheels, Aiso, several lots in the town of Snow Hill, one con- tninincr a irood dwelling and necessary out-nouses, a large cotton gin and screw, and one containing a large store-house, smoke-house and ware-house ; all in good repair. The above will be sold on a credit of twelve months. O. W. HOOKER, Ex'r. 86 td. September 7th, 1852. New Books- RULES of Order, a Manual for conducting business in town and ward meetings, societies, boards of Di rectors and Managers, and other deliberative bodies, bas ed on Parliamentary, Congressional and Legislative Prac tice, 5h edition, by Benjamin Mathius, A. M. A brief exposition of the Constitution of the United Statps, with an appendix, containing the Declaration of Independence, and the articles of confederation, and a copious Index, by James Bayard,. For sale at the North Carolina Bookstore by H. D. TURNER. Sept. 10 185!J, " 86 1 11 A BECK WITH, 1 OULD tender his sincere thanks to his numerous TT friends and Customers, in Raleigh and its vicini ty, for the liberal support he has received, and hopes by renewed efforts to merit a continuance oi meir iavors He has iust returned from the North, where having in view the wants of his customers at home, he endeavor ed to select such articles as would give entire satisfac tion, both as to price and quality. His stock consists in Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Cutlery, and Fancy articles, comprising in part the following : Groceries. Bacon, Lard, Meal, Flour, Cheese, Candles. Sole and UDDer Leather. Soap. Salt, fine Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snufl, Cigars, Sugar, Coffee, Teas, Pepper, Alspice, Ginger, Soda, Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Ink, Blacking, Powder and Shot, Lead, Cotton Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c, &c. Hardware and Cutlery. Axes, Weeding Hoes, Nails, Files, Butts, Screws, Padlocks, plait Locks, Coffee Mills, Tacks, Percussion Caps .Scissors, Iron and Briliana Spoons, Pocket Knives, Knives and Folks, Thimbles, Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Candle Sticks, Vest Buckles. &.c. Glass and Crockery of all kinds. Dry Goods and Fancy Articles. Blankets, bleached and unbleached Shirtings, Va. Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, brown Jeans, Kerseys, Cassi meres.Satinetts, Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds, Fancy Vest- ings. Cambrics.Linens.Ciavats.Pocket H k fs.lomlorts, Flanels, Merrimack prints, Fancy prints, Letter paper, Envellopes, Steel Pens, Fen Holders, Agate .Buttons, Coat Buttons, fancy Vest Buttons, Coats Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Flaxthread, Cable Cord, Corset Laces, Haiipins, Snuff Boxes, Coarse and fine Tooth Combs, Pocket Combs, Ladies riding Side and Tuck tombs, Paste Board, Gentlemen s Chamois lined Gloves, Wool Gloves, one uross stout cotton Halt Hose, also Ladies fine.anJ coarse cotton Hose, Looking Glasses, Blacking Brushes, Cotton Cards, Shaving Boxes, Fancy Soaps, , Perfumeries, &c, &.C. Together with a great variety of other articles entire ly too tedious to enumerate, all of which will be dispos ed of on the most liberal terms for cash Favetteville street, a few doors north of the Yarbrough House, and opposite Lawrence's Hotel. Raleigh, Kept. 7, IS52. oo ly. ui it ton Utley's Xoolli-Aclie Drops. FOR THE CURE OF THE TOOTHACHE. One of the Greatest Discoveries of the 19A Century ! FROM the numerous applications I have had for the above preparation, for the last few months, the uni form success wrtich has attended its use, its salutary ef fects, its power to give immediate relief in the severest cases of Toothache, I have been induced to offer it to those who may be afflicted ; with the utmost confi'len in its virtue, and the full beliel that it will subdue and ! I. ... r or-.. f InntKarKo UMthniir lilt lihtt inn. to the tooth. I have cot (and can eet.) o J J w - - . . . . . 1 1 . n . 1 . nl it. . t f i - -i - i r c.inA trnfn i ! . . tinguisnea geniiemen, anu an iioui us itrmuic I'ciaum . . ... . - r I. : -L I A .... as are in me aiaie, a puoucauun oi wiutn i uccm mi- , necessary at this time, as one of these Drops when tried ' in an aehing tooth will be worth more to the inanufaclu-, rer and the patient, than all tne certincaies iroin great men that could be procured. i.t : i i r ruu.ii i ine preparation is kuu ii u.njr iu ..j-c... j, Dhial is carefully put up by my own nanasin me nyoi, Kaleigh and labelled witn directions lur use, anu may oe fouud at IRA BECKWITH'S Store, on Fayetteville St. . a few doors North of the Yarbrough House, and opposite , Lawrence's Hotel, where it will be constantly kepf for j sale either by the wholesale or retail. Also for sale by the re:ail at Jane's Drug Store, Sycamore street, Peters Knrir - ,nrJ of A nHiPUT I-? en's Store, Wake County, ! , a., m.vi ' -' - -J ' " - j f . N.C. Retail price 50 cts. per Bottle liberal deduction made when taken by the quantity Tp all who may have the toothache try it, and then it will need no puffing. All orders from a distance promptly attended to by Mr. Beckwitti or mvselt. QUINTON UTLEY. Raleigh, Scpiember 7, 1852. 86 ly. MERCHANTS IMPORTANT AND UE. The fact, that merchants can supply their wants in their home markets, and thus save the trouble and expense of a northern trip, being fully established, ( the suDscrtoers, in anticipation oi a large nemana ior . and best selected Stocks that has ever been ottered in the their popular Ready Made Clothing, have manufactured state of North Carolina. Farmers, Merchants, and the an unusually large slock, which, thv may safely say, pUbuc generally are respectfully solicited to call, ex has never been surpassed, if it has been equalled, in the mine and , themselves at southern market Encouraged by the very liberal patronage hitherto re ceived, and with largely increased lacilitiee, we are de termined to keep pace with the onward spirit of the age, and to use every honorable effjit to deserve our share of the "public distribution." Merchants visa ing Petersburg, whether dealing in Clothing or net, are invited to vi jit our Wholesale Rooms, now stocked with every variety of Clothing, of our own manufac ture, the most modern styles, and at JVeto York prices. A. S. SHAFER &. CO., Wholesale Clothing Bazaar, Sycamore, three doors from Bank street, Petersburg, Va. September 1, 1852. 8i tf. FOR GEORGIA ! rpiIE Subscriber offers his place of residence for sale J- Known in ine neignoornoou as fenny nui, contain ing One Thousano Acres, also. Four or Five Hun bred Acres adjoining, known as the Smith place. The ; improvements are good and conveniently arranged. The land is well adapted to the culture of corn, wheat, peas, and potatoes. It lies on both sides of road leading from Raleigh to Halifax, eighteen miles distant from the for mer and sixty from the latter place, ten miles from Wake Forest College. I will "make the payments to suit pur chasers, or I will exchange for lands in the south-western portion of the Union, or young Negroes will be taken iti part payment. Any person who may wish to view the premises can call on me, or in case of my absence on Mr. Jno. Q. A. Barham who resides on the Smith place. BRIAN GREEN. Penny Hill, August 16, 1852. J 933 8t Raleigh & Gaston R. R. Office, Raleigh, August 23d, 1852. TJROPOSALS will be received at this office until the 1st day ot .November next, lor a loan ot Irom f lity to Seventy-five Thousand Dollars, on the Bonds of this Company, to be issued in sums of not less than Five Hundred Dollars, with coupons attached, payable Ten years after dute, with interest payable semi-annually, on the first Moi.day of January and" July in each and every year. This loan is authorized by a resolution of the Stock holders, adopted in general meeting at Henderson, on the 15th day of July, 1852, which requires that a sum not less than Five nor more than Ten Thousand Dollars shall be annually set apart by the Board of Directors from the receipts of the Company, as a sinking fund, to meet the payment of the Bonds so issued. The Road is now being re-laid with a heavy iron rail, costing about Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, and will he in com plete order with the nocessary Locomotives, Cars, &c, during the present year. GEO. W. MORDECAI, President August 23, 1852. 82 tlstN. NEW FALL GOODS, 1852. ' TTRENCH worked Collars, Jaconett and Swiss Edg- ings and Insertings, Bobbin, Lisle and Thread Edgings and Insertings, ladies and men's Linen Cam brib Handkerchiefs, Long Lawn, Berlin Cord for Bonnets, Bonnet, Neck and Cape Ribbon, Kid and Silk Gloves; also, plaid and printer! Muslin DcLomes, plain French Marinos, a variety of colors, plain English Ma rinos, a vanty of colors, superfine French Cashmeres. For sale by J. BROWN. No. 9 Fayetteville street. Raleigh, September 7th, 1852. 85 Board for Members. v-tt'ILLIAM T. BAIN, near the Capitol, would W respectfully inform the members of the Legisla ture, that he will be prepared to accommodate some 12 or 15 of their body with board during the session. He will endeavor to please and render comfortable all who may patronize him. His charges will be as moder ate as the times will admit, Raleigh, Sept. 1, 185?, 41 1- NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ALEXANDER CREECH has received the largest portion of his Stock of Fancy and Staple dry GOODS, to which he invites the attention of all who wish to buy handsome and cheap Goods. His stock consists in part oi me iouowing : French Musline de Lains and Merinoes, American de Lains and Thibet Cloths, Alboni Plaids, new style, and Prussian Cashmeres, Alpacas, a large assortment, English and American Prints, great variety, Ginghams, Flannels, and Irish Linens, Jackonette, Swiss, Checked and Talton Muslins', French Emb'd. and Woolen Shawls, A good assortment of Gloves and Hosiery, Work'd Collars, Edgings and Insertions, Lyle and Thread Edgings, I.inencambric Haudk's , Diapers, Bonnet-Ribbons, &c, &c. Bl'k French Cloths and Cas.i meres, Satin, Silk arid Cashmere Vestings, Silk Hand'k. and Italian Cravats, Tweeds, Sattennettes and Ohio Jeans, Kerseys, Linseys and Blankets, Bleach'd and Brown Domestics, Heavy Ingrain Carpeting and Medium, Also an assortment of Ready-Made Clothing. Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots & Shoes, And many other articles not named; all of which he is determined to sell at his usual low prices, and earn estly requests all those in wanlof new and cheap Goods to give him a call at his s'and, three doors above Mr. R. Smith's, where he will be found ready and willing to serve his customers. He returns his sincere thanks to the citizens of Raletgh and surrounding countiy for past patronage, and hopes to merit the continuance ot the same. Raleigh, Sept. 17, 1852. 89 J. J. BIGGS' NORTH CAROLINA CL.OTHEVG AND FURNISHING rriHE Members of the Legislature and others visiting 1 tne Oity, are invited to call and examine a vervwne assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and VEST- I INGS, which will be made to order. Also, all kinds of READY-MADE CLOTHING, and FURNISHING . GOODS for gentlemen, consisting in part of fine Dress ! and under Shirts, of nearly all qualities and styles, ' Drawers, Half-Hose, Pocket HandkTs, Cravats, Ties and Stocks, in great variety, Gloves and Suspenders, of a kinds. Dressing Gowns, which aie so necessary to one's comfort. Also, a very superior lot of Dress Hats. Call at No. 10, Fayetteville St. N. B. When the Measure is taken a good fit is war- rented in every instance. J. J. B. Kaleigh, Sept. 24, 1852. 90 6w. DISSOLUTION. f-.-.xrr. Rortn.i,:ni,mlf .,.!, ,t, ,m .'r.n t J: i .... . M u nuiil. u. uiijjj, was uinwivcu, vy mutual consent, on the 12t!i day of July, 1852. A. J. Partin having purchased the entire interest of H. O. Gill, the business will be settled and continued by him alone. ANDREW J. PARTIN, HENRY O. GILL. All persons holding claims against the late concern .... g..v.... " - will present them to A. J. Partin for payment ; all in debted will please settle with him. A. J. P. & H. O. G. A. J. PARTIN, Dealer lu Boots, Shoes Hroans Trunks, Vali- ces, Carpet Bags, Satchels, Skins, &c. BEGS leave to say that, having made arrangements to receive direct from 1 hiladelphia, New York and boston, all goods in his line, be will be prepared, by a large addition to his present good assortment, to open to the public in the month of September, one ot the largest jpply The sign of the BIG BOOT, Fayeteville Street. Raleigh, August 12th, 1852. 78 China, Glass, and Eartlieru Ware. WE are now receiving, direct from the French and English manufacturers, 17 packages French China Dinner and Tea Setts, and Fancy Ware, V. packages Edge and C. C. Ware, 15 Sprig d and handled I eas, common, White Granite Dinner and Tea Ware and common Toilet " Colored Ware, assorted, Cane and Rockingham Ware, assorted, American Glass Ware, assorted, Stone Ware, assorted, 10 6 8 C 60 10 20 dozen Dimijohns, from i to 5 gallons. I dP Country Merchants would find it to their advan , tage to purchase their stocks of us, as we save them a considerable per centage in freights, commissions, Scc. . Dinner and Tea Setts of new and handsome pat terns to families at low prices. McRAE & HARRISS. Front street below Market street. Wilmington, N. C, August 25, D. G. BRIGGS, COMMISSION MERCHANT. KALEIGH, N. C. 7ILL give strict attention to the sale or forward Y V ng of all produce or Merchandise entrusted to his care. REFERENCES. GeTwrtordecaijC. . JCotc;mK 5We.don,N.C. Mclllwaine Brownly & Co., Petersb Va. Patterson & Cooper, J "' nvr'l Wilmington. DeRosset & Brown, J 6 August 8th, 1852. 932 MRS. WOL.TERING . RESPECTFULLY announces to the Ladies of Ral eigh and surrounding country that she is now re ceiving her FALL and WINTER STOCK oi FANCY GOODS, embracing China goods, fine iron-stonedinner-setts, tea-setts, and cups and saucers as fine as ever brought to this Citv. Also, GROCERIES of every description. MUSI CAL INS1 RUMEN TS, &c, which will be sold low for cash . Just Received, a fresh supply of CONFECTIONA RIES. Thankful for past favors, she solicits a continuance jhe same. WILHELMINA WOLTERING. Raleigh, Sept. 12th, 1851. 90 y. FR. MAHLER'S CHEAP STORE. T 1HE subscriber respectfully announces to his custo 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 abies, Cigars, Frcits, Nuts, and a choice selection of Fancy Articles and Crockeky Ware. FR. MAHLER. Raleigh, June 8th, 1832 62 Pf BARRELS COTTON-SEED OIL, the cheap kJJ est and best Oil for outside House Painting, for sale by the barrel, apply to WAl. J. UL.AKK.K. Raleigh, March 16, 1852. 37 TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. BROGANS! BROGANS! THE subscriber has now on hahd and in tends to keep at all limes during the Fall and Winter seasons a large and good assortment of Negro Shoes, for male and female, embracing all kinds used For Plantation and other Purposes. Amongst my assortment of Brogans may be found the Hungarian shoe and Stitchdowns, to which I wonld call the attention of Farmers and others in want of a superi or article for their servants. My prices shall be as low as similar goods can be bought elsewhere, and I would respectfully invite the attention of all to an examination of my stock, as I shall sell low for cash. I have also on hand and intend constantly to keep, a large and well selected assortment of Indie's & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes, including all of the latest styles and patterns. Also, Boys and Youths Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's Shoes, all hiuds, Travelling ad hair Trunks, Valices, Bonnet Boxes, Carpei Bags, Satchels, Blacking, Brushes. &c. All of which will be sold at tho lowast prices for cash, by A. J. PARTIN, Sign of the Big Boot. Raleigh, September 18, 1852. 88 A Good assortment of Ladies', Misses and Children's dressed and undressed MOROCCO BOOTEES, Alsn a great variety of Ladies, Misses, and Children's Black and colored Prunella and lasting GAITERS. Come and supply yourselves at A. J. PARTIN'S. Raleigh, Sign of the Big Boot. GENTLEMEN who are desirous of good health would do well to call at A. J. Partin's and supply themselves with a pair of Cork Sole or Water-proof BOOTS, which they can purchase for .a small sum of money not exceeding four dollars and fifty cents. Raleigh, Sept. 18, 1852. 88 JUST OPENED, a good assortment ot Gents fine Calf Stitched Boots and Shoes. Also, 200 pairs business boots. A. J. PARTIN. Raleigh, Sept. 16th, 1852. 88 LEATHER FOR SPRING SALES, At Wholesale and Retail. -respectfully inform our friends and the public T j that we have in store a large and most excellent Stock of Leather and Foldings, 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, expenses 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, anil 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 the 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 Sidea 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, stewed Brogans of our own manufacture, war ranted to give satisfaction, and many other articles, too numerous to mention, at No. 21 Old street, apposite B. f. Harrison's Saddlery. t . A. 6c K. H. FORD, 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. General .Agency and Commission Business. THE Subscribers have this day entered into a copart nership under the styrfctf Whitaker, Whitfield & 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 them, 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 Fiie-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. Freuch, and Ellis & Mitchell. Wilmington, Jan. 29, 1852. ' 26 tf. HENRY KIEM'S North of Yarbrough's and opposite Lawrence's Hotel RALEIGH, N. C. JUS1 RECEIVED and for sale at the lowest cash prices, the following articles, to-wit : 3 Barrels of Mackerel, 2 do. New Lard, 4 do. Irish Potatoes, 6 do. Assorted Crackers, 2 do. Pulverized Sugar, 3 do. Clarified do. 2 do. Crushed do. 800 lbs. Goshen Butter, 800 " Cheese, Rio, Laguira, and Java Coflbe, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles, 5000 Black Principe Cegars, Regalia, Havana, &c. &c. &c. &c. January 2, 1852. 18 tf. NEW BOOKS. "TTILDRETH'S History of the United States, 6th and J concluding volume; Mysteries, or Glimpses of the Supernatural, contain ing accounts of the Salem Witchcraft ; The Cock-Lane Ghost, Rochester Rappings ; the Strat ford Mysteries, &.c. &c. ; by Charles W. Elliott; Pierre, or the Ambiguities; by Herman Mellville: A Buck Eye Abroad, or Wanderings in Europe and in tee unent; by oamuei e. cox; Mental Alchemy a treatise on the Mind, Nervous System, Psychology, Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Dis eases ; by B. Brown Williams, M. D. The Mother t Home ; by John S. C. Abbott, very greatly improved ana enlarged, with numerous engrav ings! For sale by H. D. TURNER. At the N. C. Bookstore. Raleigh, August 16, 1852. 79 Worth. Carolina Manufactures. "QATTLB & SON, Are still manufacturing, at lthe KUUtll WUUT MULLS, JV. C. about 300,000 lbs. Cotton Yarns, per annum (equal to the best Georgia Yarns, ) which they will deliver to Merchants free of charge, at New York prices. Orders addressed to Battle, & Son, Rocky Mount, N. C, will receive prompt attention. February, 1852. 29 ly. Boot and Shoe Manufactory. MR. DEPKIN would respectfully announce to the citizens of Raleigh and the surrounding country, that he still continues to carry on the above business, in all its branches, at Mr. Woltering's Hardware Store. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received, I assure the public that I will give universal satisfaction to those who entrust me with their work. HENRY A. DEPKIN. Raleigh, Jan. 9, 1852. 19 NOVELTY WORKS, WEST ST., RALEIGH, NORTH-CAROLINA, SILAS BURNS. PROPRIETOR, BU 1LDEK ? Steam Engines A General Machinist. THE above establishment has beea. in successful oper ation about one year, and has turned out some of the best STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS that have ever operated in this or any other State. Ostlers are solicited for Steam Engines and Saw Mills, Mill Gearing and Machinery of every diseription to be 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 of the work executed at the above Works r Atbrt, Cumberland, May 15, 1852. Mr. Silas Burns, Dear Sir.- Our Engine and Mills, made at your shops, have been at work newly two months, and tully meet our expectations. The Esoixk, as to finish and strength, performance and dURarilitt, 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 astonishing. In ordinary sawing we cut in, a common sized log, 1 foot in 3j seconds or 16 feet per minute. We have run, however, through an 18 feet log. in 32 seconds or at the rate of 33 feet per minute, by running to the top speed we fully believe we can cut 40 feet per minute. The only objection wc have heard urged is, it takes two many hands to haul up logs and carry away lumber. Yours, &c, JONES & BARBEE. June 2, 1852. 59 NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 'PHE Subscriber is now opening his FALL AND J. WINTER GOODS at his old stand, consisting im part of White Welsh and English Flannels, Twilled and Plain Red do. Plaid and Plain Linseys, and Marlboro Stripe?, Red Blankets, from good to superior fine, 8-4 Damask Table Diaper, Hukaback, Russia, Bird-eyed, add Brown Diaper, Diaper Twills, by the dozen. Linen Crush, Irish Linen, Linen, Cambric and Long Lawn, Bleached and Brown Shirting and Jeans, 12-4 Bleached Shirting, 5-4 Brown Shining, Extra Ettrick Osnaburg. very heavy 7-8 wide. Bed Ticking and Apron Checks, 100 doz. Spool Colton, White, JSl'k and Col'd. Black and Assorted Sewing Silks, Stay Bindings, Tidy and Darning Cotton, bl'k Darning Cotton, White and bl'k Cotton Hose, Brown and Bleached Hose, Bl'k and White Silk Hose, bl'k Raw Silk Hose, Jaconette, Cambric, Plaid, Swiss and Mnll Muslins. Carpeting and Hearth Rugs, Carpet Binding and Drugget. For sale by J.BROWN. Raleigh, Sept. 21, 1852. 80 For Farmers and others. l pf PAIR Men's and Boys Heavy Brogans. L OW Men's and Boy's Kip and Callskin Shoetees. Mens' Leather Shoes and Bootees. Do Goat Bootees and Children's Shoes. Gunny and Anchor Bagging, 40 Coils Bale Rope, Twineand Shoethread. Painted and Brass Bound Buckets, Brooms and Brushes. No. 8, 9, and 10 Cotlon Cards, No. 6 Wool Cards. 300 lb. Cut Nails and Finishing Brads. Cast. German and Blister Steel. Collins' and other Axes. Broad Axes and Hatchets. A ines' Spades, No. 2 and 3, Longhandled Spades. Kirsey's and Georgia Plains. 100 Twilled and Duffle Blankets, Wool Hafs, J. BROWN, No 9, Fayetteville Street. Raleigh, September 21st, 1852. 89 Family Groceries. WW7 HITE and Brown Clarified Sugar. WW L Loaf and Brown Sugar. Old Java, Laguiia, and Rio Coffee, Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves. Copperas, Spanish Indigo, Powder, Lead and Shot. J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville Street. Raleigh, September 21 st, 1852. 89 CHINA, Glass and Earthen Ware, a general assort ment, Cut and Plain Glass, White Granite and edged-ware. For sale by J.BROWN. T OBINSON & Co's., Shoes and Slippers, 250 pairs JQjMo- and Kid Walking Shoes and Slippers, Ladies, Misses, and Children's Goat Bootee, jWhife Kid Slip pers. For sale by -J.BROWN. Hats for the Season. WMT H. & R. S.TUCKER have just received their w w suppiy ot hats lor their Spring and Summer 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 others offered 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. Readable Books. I30PULAR library ot the best authors, books which quicken the intelligence of ytiuth, delight age, de corate prosperity, shelter and solace us in adversity, bring enjoyment at home, befriend us out ol doors, pass the night with us, travel with us, go into the country with us. Cicero. 1. Essays from the London Times, a collection of per sonal and historical Sketchej. 2. The Yellowlosh Papers, by W. M. Thackeray. 3. The aiden 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." For sale at the North-Carolina Book-Store by HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigb, May 21st, 1852. 58 Jnst Arrived. TTC TDL. VI., English Reports in Law and Equity. V The use of Suns line, by the authoress of " The Maiden Aunt." "The Story of a Family," See. Margaret Cecil, by Cousin Kate. Women of Christianity, by lulia Kavantgh, author of 'Nathile," " Madeline." &c. Hearts unveiled, or, "I know' you would like him," by Sarah Emery Saymore. Dream Life, a fable of the seasons, by Ike Marvel, author of " Reveries of a Batchelor," " Lorgnette," &c. For sale by W. L. POMEROY. Raleigh, April 13th, 182 . 46 The North - Carolina Executor, CONTAINING the Statutes and Common Law o this State, together with the decisions of the So, preme Couit.andall the necessary 'forms, precedents fcc-, 4lc. Intended as a safe Guide to executors anoAdauiut. trators. . With which is necessarily connected the kindred sob. iects of Wills, Legacies, Dower, and other Provisions . . : . : e c- . r tor widows, jjisiriuuiiuH ui Kmnc, ieaceni or L,sad, Partition, Guardianship, &c, by Benjamin Swaim. For sale at the Norih-Carolina Book-Store by . H. D. TURNER Jty 13, 1852: 54.