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REMAINING in the Post Office, at Raleigh, j the month ending November 30th, 1852: for A. Allen, V. A. Allen, James Applewright, John E. Allen, M-iss Sarah B. Brackett, Chas. 8 Bondy, Mrs. Elizabeth Busby, Chas. It. Belts, A. VV. Beasly, Mrs. Pursey Buffalo, B. B. Ballurd, John V. Britton, Sewell Buffalo, Henry Buffalo, Jerry Blanchard, Miss Rebecca Breedlove, Miss Betsy Barfield, VV. B. Bisselt, David Brown, Owen A. Buffalo, John Baker, Gye Belts, Alvin ' Body, Miss Catherine Byrnes, James Bowers, Wm. C. Cheek, James Carpenter, Miss Sarah Cosby, Vincent T. Collins, Hugh VV. Caudle, Miss Emily 2 Curtis. Geo. T. Conrad, E. R. Cook, Jas. G. Crockett, George W. Chavis, Wm. Cordle, Mrs. Chartotte Clifton, Mrs. Sarah D. Day, Benjamin Day, Reuben Dix, Miss D. L. Driver, Miss Martha E. Ellington, Wesley Earp, Mrs. M. 2. Espinton, John Earp, Mrs. Elizabeth Ellington, L. F. Edwards, Capt. Chas. r. Fox, William Fleming, Mrs. Jane C. 2 Fraurs, Sorengo Foster, James F. Freeman, Miss Ada Fowler, Mrs. Martha G. Garrett, C. L. Gill, Terrill Gwin, VVm. H. H. Hinton, F. G. Harwood, Edmund Howard, J. VV. Husk, Branch T. Hinton, Mrs. Mary B. Horton, Lacy I. Holland, Thomas Ilarriss, Edward Huske, James Harvey, Dr. Hinton, Joshua Horton, VV . K. House, Tho. VV. Hooper, Win. G. Hunter, Jacob 5 Home, Capt. James VV. Hoyt, VVm. R. Harriss, Charity Howlet, Dr. Hinton, G. J. Holland, Tbos Mrs. Miss L. LoVe, R. G. A, Lane, Joseph H. Latham, David C. 3 Lassiter, Quincy S. Miss Lorkch, Wiu. A. Looms, A. Land, VV m . M Leslie, A. Luster. Elizabeth Lynn, John M. Lashly, Amy Mrs M. Morgan, Wilson McCullers, Mary Mitchel, Nathaniel Milchel, Sophia Miss Macklin, Gray McDade, John .Mitchel, Caroline Miss Milchel, Sallie H. Miss Milchel, Martha Miss Medlin, Mary Miss McClosky, B. Moore, A. F. jr. McCullers, John S. Mabry, Mary T. Miss Milchel, Mary Mrs. N. Nowell, K. A. Norwood, John 2 O. Osborne, John P. Pope, Win. H. Perry, Willie Pool, Henderson Parmon, Bennet Perry, Litha Mrs. Pool, Rebecca Mrs. Pickens. Mr. Parker, Win. C. Powell, Wm. Powell, Ann Mrs. Powers, Elizabeth Miss Powell, Mary Philip, John heirs of R. Roberts, Edmond M. R oyster, Daniel L. Ray, James Reece, Sarah Miss Rayan, John Ray, Elizabeth Miss Reid, Margarat Miss Rogers, Rebecca Miss Rodes, Jer'iah. heirs of 2 S. Spain, Wm. G. Stokes, John Smith, David Smith & Jones, Strahorne, Sarah Miss 2 Strickland, VV. D. Sorrel!, John Shedrick, Jane Miss Steele, Sallie J. Mrs. Stedn.an, Francis A. Smith, Henry Smith, Caswell A. T. Turner, C. H. Thompson, Columbus Terrell, Solomon 2 Turner, Simon Thompson, A. B. Thompson, J. Taylor, Seth W. Wilson, James . W inius, James Williams, Benjamin 2 Whitaker, VVm. Williams, Ransom 2 Weems, Mary A. Mrs, FAJLZ. AITD-.TFOTEB GOODS. , J A ME S MCKIMil 3 IT' Fay ette vllle St., next door to the N. C. Bookstore HAS in store and is now receiving a full assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, together with bis usual suppliesof Groceries, Hardware, Queens-ware, Hats and Caps, which he offers to the public. Wholesale and Retail, on liberal terms, consist ing in part of the following : Printed Cashmere and DeLainrs, new and beautiful de signs. Brocade Silks, very rich, Fancy fig'd and pliin do Plain bl'k and watered do French Merinos of every shade, English do do French and Earlston Ginghams, Fancy and Black and White, ! French, English and American Prints of the latest style, 4-4 to 12-4 Tarlton Wool Shawls, all qualities 8 4 to 10-4 Long do do Black and Mode colors do Embroidered Linen Cambiic fld'kfs, . Hem Stitch and Tape Bord'd do Black, White and Fancy Kid Gloves for Ladies, Gen- ilemen. Misses and childien, Black Nett and Plain Silk do do Silk and Cotton Hosiery of all kinds, Merino, Thibbet and Wool Gloves do Damask Table Diapers, 6-4, 8-4 and 10 4 wide, Bird Eye, Scotch and Russia Diapers, Huckaback, Bleached and Brown, Damask Napkins and Doylies, B.imsloy Sheeting, 6-4 and 12-4 wide, Pillow Case Linen, 90 Irish Linen, Long Lawn, French LawA," Jackonett, Cambric, Plaid and Swiss Muslins, and Nansook do f Plain and Dotted Swiss do White, Red, Green and Yellow Flannels, in great va riety. Blue and Brown Cotton Shirtings and Sheetings, Kerseys, Linseys and Osnaburgs, Cloths, Cassitners and Vestings, a complete assortment. HATS AND CAPS, Just to hand a general assortment of Fashionable Fall style for Men, Boys and Children. BOOTS AND SHOES, Vow opning my usual large supply lor Gentlemen, La dies, Boys, Misses and Children, in great variety. Also, Men's and Boy's heavy Brogans. single and double soles, suitable for the Farmers. COTTON BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE. A large Lot of Gunny. Dundee, and German Bagging, Hemp and Jute Rope and Twine. GROCERIES. A complete assortment of Brown, Crushed, Ground and Clarified Sugars, Java, Laguria and Rio Coffee, Sugar-House Molasses and Syrup, choice Teas, Choice Champagne, Maderia, Sherry and Port Wines, Cogniac Brandy and old Monnngahela Whiskey, egars of the most approved Brands. Sept. 24, 1S52. 91 ly. Hopson, Benjamin heirs of Williams, Morgan Williams, Fanny Miss vv mon, Henry Whittenton, Merrit Williams, James Williams, D. B. Williams, Win. M. Williams, Simon Wyche, Rob'i H. Wray, Thomas H. Williams, Georcre Weems, Mary A. Mrs. Persons calling for any of the above Letters will please say they are advertised. VVM. WHITE, P. M. November 30, 1852. 949 w-3w. Johnson, J. L. & J. Johnson, Osborn Johnson, Caraon Johnson, R. Johnson, John R. Jesper, Mollj Miss Jerrett, Julia A. Miss Jackson, Jane Mrs. HATS AIVD CAPS ! THE L ITEST STYLUS for the FALL of 1852. fH in BEEBE'S and Leary's fashionable super. r teMoleskjn. A large assortment of HATS and CAPS of almost every style that is out this season, from the finest qualities to the lowest price. Now ready at TUCKERS. LEATHER FOR SJPROTG SALES, At Wholesale and Retail. "YyjTE respectfully inform our friends and the public T T that we have in store a large and most excellent Stock of Leather and Findings, for the Sprinj 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 then?, 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 Ipse by giving our stock an examination, and we believe we shall be able to please, both as to price and quality. Below we enumerate gome 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 oualifv. " American Calf Skins, " Lining and Binding Skins, " Morocco Skins, Sides Oak Tanned and Hemlock Sole Leather, " Band Leather. Lasts, Boot-Trees, Shoe and Boot Maltpr'n Tnnl. of every kind, Tanner's and Currier's Tools. Also, Sewed Brogans of our own manufacture, war ronted 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. FORD, J3: We Pay the highest price in cash for Green and Dried Hides delivered to us at our Store. Petersburg, May 5, 1852. 52 tf --NOVELTY WORKS, " WEST ST., RALEIGH, NORTH-CAROLINA, SILAS BURNS. ggggjgjL PR0PEIET0B, BUILDER OF' Steam Engines & General Machinist. THE above establishment has been in successful oper ation about one year, and bus turned out some of the best STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS that have ever operated in this or any other State. Orders are solicited for Steam Engines and Saw Mills, Mill Gearing and Machinery of every discription 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: AcBHr, Cumberland, May 15, 1852. Mr. Silas Burss, Dear Sir Our Engine and Mills, made at your shops, have been at work nearly two months, and fully meet our expectations. The Engine, as to finish and strength, performance and d uit a b i lit r , is in ferior to none in the State of the same class made here or elsewhere. The Mills rnj with a smoothness and speed truly astonishing. In ordinary easing we cut in a common sized log, 1 foot in 3 secondWr 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, ty running to the top speed we fully believe we can cut 40 feet per minute. The only objection we 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 rRANKLO INSTITUTE, CEDAR ROCK, FRANKLlO COUNTY, N D. S. RICHARDSON, Principal. bcr, N Castalia Female Institute, Castalia, Nash, N. C. Mrs. M. C. Richardson, Principal. HE Fall Terms will commence on the first Mon day in July, and close on the 1st Friday in Decern- 40 90 10 800 50 r. Richardson has purchased a residence, and con siders himself as perma'nently located at CASTALIA. The Schools will be under the immedinte supervision of himself and lady, under one and the same body of Trustees. The emale School is near the Franklin line, three miles from the Male, a distance favorable to the seclu sion and sucress of both Institutions. Mrs. R., who has latterly taught at Belford, has celebrity which no comment of ours could affect, a large, neat edifice similar to that of the Male lr.stituA is contracted for, and will be erected immeciatete Meanwhile students will be accomodated in the ly. Academy, known formerly as Pleasant Hill. In short, the Trustees would assure their patrons, that they will carefully consider everything and deem nothing unim portant, which will contribute effectually to Iheconsum mation of their educational enterprise, rendering the In stitutions all that enligh'ened and Christian parents could desire for their children. Board, including washing and Fuel, $6$ per month. For further particulars address the Principals or JNO. ADAMS HARRISON. Secretary of the Board of Trustees, At the Female Inst., Mes;rs. James and Jno. Adams Harrison are prepared to accomodate boarders. Board can also be obtained of the Principal, after the coming session. June 10,1852. 924 wtf. Readable Books. IJOPULAR library ot the best authors, books which quicken the intelligence of vouth. delit.hr ro Ac. corate prosperity, shelter and solace us in adversity, bring enjoyment at home, belriend us out ot doors, pass the night with us, travel with us, go into the country iiii us. Cicero. 1. Essays from the London TImoc ,. .n: r sonal and historical Sketchej. 2.' The Yellowi.fush Papers by W . Thackeray. 3. The Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell, afterwards Mistress Mil- ial". i- k aV,e'?Jin Tar,ary. Thibet, and China, in 1844-4o, 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 alcetch Book, bv VV. M. Thark-rav o a NOTICE. rjnHE Annual Meeting of the members of the North -M- Carolina Mutual Insurance Company will be held at the Office of the Company, in the City of Raleisn, uouajr inu uay m January next, for the pur pose of electing a board of Directors for the ensuing ear- JOHN C. PARTRIDGE, Raleigh, December 6th, 1852. td! H Executor's Notice. AVING qualified at the County Court of Halifax held on the 4th Monday in October, 1852 as Ex' ecutor'of the last Will and Testament ot Thomas W Holden, dee'd, I hereby give no-ice to all persons having claims against him, in anv wav. to nrSAn : " diately, and all persons indebted to said Estate by note" account or othetwise to come forward imm,i;..i.. i HENRY N. HOLDEN. settle. Nov. 12th, 1852. 1 2m. TURNER'S NORTH CAROLINA vr tpxffi.0 1853. lIUS uay, ad solj whoesae . ... rUKNER, j. Bookstore. 95 L by October 12, 1852, HENRY D. N. if, 111. Little Pedlinrfon an1 fh P,n;...: u.. John Poole, Author of " Paul Pry." F or sale at the North-Carolina Book-Store by u , u o, . HENRY D. TURNER. Raleigh, May 21st, 1S52. sg Oeneral Agency and Business. Commission Boots ana Shoes. I MH.'Pa jc- tsrviv-c i . . . .1 . tV. .T,o... " proved Pitched Boots. " " " """" ?0,5. ana aterproof do-, a splendid artiPl- W"B" f" P-f-al Farmers of tuuUiry, including the Railroad .&VAJN3 & COOKE. 88 Sspt. 17. .ancy Cloth Sack Frocks. - VV morer iZ:ZrlT ? fourdo all co o . and rf-I.T! w.neM U1th Cat. at Norem uioui: 11 n in nm I t . . HARDING'S f:r.n u MT . A1?"5 iber 24-h, ISos" flBru"u"; f "ie State f Caroli I .irB.g th.e. Skholders of th na. is Bank t Raleigh, Nov. 24, 1852- C. DEWEY, Ca,hi Still Better. A t?lL" Oronok, w . . ...gj i uum cv. December 14, 1852, n l - 1 . "UIIU "cceiveu this day by H. O. TURNER.- 6 2000 Dec. 7, 185g LBS cut nails and finishing brads. 1 bale ex. et. Ojnaburg. J. BROWN. 6 "AT -1-!J oioc.Ks Harding a Undir Sts, Drawers, Gents anu cravats. Laree lot ' "" 'V3 Nl.mk.. j 185?. EMPORIUM. 102 CJMOKINO AND CHEWING TObTcc rioryquantyan addif.ona, PtZ LAMP OIL-Winter Strained ol ,"-,rlv,lM sale by framed Oil m store and f, ' J- McKIMMmvr THE Subscribers have this day entered into a copart nership iinderthe style of Whitakeh, Whitfieid & Lo, for the purpose of doing a general agency and commission business, and in offering their services to the public in ibat 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 nlease. to spare no pains in giving general satisfaction. They respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends and the liuuiic generally. The store is No. 3, North Water St, Dickinson's Fiie-nroof buildins-. Wilminnn tv n JOHN R. WHITAKEi;, JAMES W. WHITFIELD, A. A. B. BOUTHALL. References: John Dawson. Pnttor Xr K-;,i,i0, r G. Parsley. Samuel Hon Ellis & Mitchell. Wilmington, Jan. 29, 1852. 26 tf. "Eagle Hotel," Chapel Hill, for Sale THE Proprietress of this well known and profitable establishment, having realized a sufficient income to arrant her in resuming the quiet of a private life, of rs to the public generally the opportunity of bidding r its advantages. ( The citizens of the State are so well acquainted with the advantages of its position, that but few remarks are necessary to complete their information. The Hotel itself possesses all the requirments of room and comfort, which its purchasers can desire. It has ca pacity for the accommodation of one hundred and fifty boarders, and the recent and rapid growth of the Uni versity, adjacent, makes it an easy matterto possess such or even a greater number ot students. In addition to this, the frequent travel through Chap el Hill gives the Hotel, (being the only one in the place) a transient custom equal to any in the State. The lots and stables adjoining are extensive and com modious, and the country-market supplies abundantly anu on profitable terms much of its provisions. The terms of sale require one third of the price to be paid on taking possession. A note, with safe security and time of payment suited to the convenience of the purchaser, are the reasonable demands for the remain der. If further information.be desired concerning the in ducements to purchase, the President of the University or any other resident of the village, will furnish it. Possession can be obtained at any time, after the 1st of May. Apply to ANNE S. HILLIARD. Chapel Hill, N. C. Feb. 27, 1851. 33- IV. C. Mutual Eife Insurance Company, c. the lives of all PETERSBURG CLOTHING BAZAAR. rilHE subscribers having purchased the entire inter JL .est of N. Perry in the above celebrated establish ment, respectfully aunounce to the 'citizens of North Carolina that they intend to relax no effort to retain the liberal patronage heretofore received from the numer ous customers of the Bazaar in the Old North State. Manufacturing as we do-all our own clothing, and one of the firm being constantly in the market, thus having facilities for purchasing our cloths, cassameres, &.C. at first hands, and consequently at the lowest rates, we are enabled to compete in prices with Northern houses, while our garments in point of style and workmanship, are not excelled by those ot any other house in the Slate It is unnecessary to enumerate the articles of which our stock is composed ; suffice it to say that in our rooms may be found every thing "pertaining to men's wear, and furnishing goods of the most recent style aud in great variety. Our Custom Department, Is constantly supplied with the most desirable goods, and those preferring their garments made to order, can here find a large assortment to select from, and with an efficient force of workmen we can get up a single gar ment or an entire suit at very short notice. A good fit and perfect satisfaction guarantied in every instance. Our Wholesale Rooms. Ierchants visiting the City should not fail to look trjgh our stock, as we have opened an exclusive Wwnlesale Room, and manufacture largely, expressly for (his branch of our trade. A. S. SHAFER & CO., (Successors to N. Perrv. ) Petersburg, Virginia, May 5th, 1852. 52 FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &.C. WILLIAMS, HAYWU0D, & CO., ARE now receiving large additions to their stock of . Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals PAINTS, OILS, DYESTCFFS, Window Glass, 1'erfumerv, ' &c, ifc from the most reliable Houses in the Northern Cities, which have been purchased with an eye single to their pur. ty, and are offered for sale at such prices and on such terms as shall compare favorably with any house in the State. Physicians, Country Merchants, and Dealers gener ally, will do well to give us a call before purchasing, feeling assured we shall not fail to please bolh in point of price and quality. Orders promptly attended to, and particular attention given to packing and lorwarding. Family Medicines and Prescriptions compounded at all hours of theday and night, by a competent person with neatness and despatch.. We tender our most sincere thanks to the citizens ol Raleigh and the surrounding country for the long and liberal patronage we have received, and trust by untir ing zeal and energy to please in the prosecution of our business, to merit its continuance. Raleigh, April 28. 1851. 94 CO-FAIITIVERSIIIP. 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'I H. Marks, and will be known under the firm and style f 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 Cigars, and the choicest Fruits 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 qnantities, 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 the United States. ,.- BOOKS. , LIFE arid Correspondence of Lord Jeffrey; by Lord Cockbuf n, 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. The Power of Christian Benevolence illustrated in the Life and Labors of Mary Lyon. ' Austria in 1848'49, containing a full account of Ihe Revolution in Hungary, and Historical Sketches of the Austrian Government and Provinces of the Empire, by Wm. H. Stiles, Late Charge D'Affairs 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- Dendence and articles of tCnnlpdpratmn. . Horse-Shoe Robinson, a tale of the tory ascendency, by Jno. P. Kennedy, author of the Swallow Barn," I vol. 2 vo., uniform with the Swallow Barn. Courtesy, Manners and Habits, by George Winfred Hervey. 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 Wandenngs 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 Gauthier's Book of Ballads, j For sale by W. L. POMEROY. .Raleigh N. C. June 9th, 1852. 63 Historical Sketches of Nor th Carolina, FItOOT 1584 TO 1851. " COMPILED from Original Records.OfRcial Documents J and 1. raditional Sketches, &c, &c , by John- H Wheeur, late Treasurer of the- State. .bxtraci irom ine university Magazine, (May num ber) : " A most liberal expenditure of time and substance has been made by a native citizen of North Carolina to supply the young men just coming on the stage of action with a portion of knowledge to them peculiar and impor tant. He has furnished reminiscenes, refreshing to all which increase our pleasures at home and abroad." Extract from George Bancroft, Historian of the United States : " " There are many separate pieces of information and valuable documents, which of themselves are worth the price of this work ; which can be found no where else." This work is valuable to members and others as con taining the accurate returns of the population of each County, and is for sale by W. MER Raleigh, N. C, October 4th, 1852. 97 Petersburg ,ugust 11, 1852. SAM'L H. MARKS, WM. A. MARKS. 69 tto. UTEIV BOOKS. W AND COMPLETE COOK-ROOK. The actical Cook-Book , containing upwards of one thousand receipts, consisting of directions for selecting. preparing, and cooking all kinds of Meats, Fish, Poul- try, and Uame ; Soups, 15 roths, Vegetables, and Salads, Also, for making all kinds of Plain and Fancy Breads. Pastes. Puddines. Cakes. Creams. Ires. Jellies. Pre- I serves. Marmalades. &c . &,c. &.C. Toeether with va rious Miscellaneous Receipts, and numerous Prepara tions tor invalids. By Mrs. UL15S. Jn one vol. , 12mo. The Freemason's Manual ; a companion for the ini liatad through all the degrees of Freemasonry, fiom the Entered Apprentice to the higher degreesof Knight hood. Embracing Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, Master Mason, fast Master, Mark Master, Most Ex cellent Master, Royal Arch.SelectMaster, High Priest hood, Knight of the Red Cross, Knights Templars, Knights of Malta, the Ancient Constitution of the Or der, &.C. Embellished with upwards of one hundred Engravings, illustrating the emblems and svmbols ot the Order. By Rev. KINSEY JOHNS STEWART, K. T. This work has the sanction and approval of the R. VV. G. M. of the State of Delaware, and of the M. E. G. H. P. of the Grand H. R. A. C. of Pennsylvania. For sale at the N. C Bookstore by H. D. TURNER. Raleig.i, September 27ih, 1852. 91 Encourage Home Industry, BY PATRONIZING THE Machine Shop and Foundry of STAFFORD, CLARK & DIXON, "Who Manufacture all Sizes of Horse Power and Threshing Machines, (both portable and stationary;) STRAW-CUTTERS of VARIOUS PATTERNS, WHEAT FANS, Mill and Factory Gear, Saw and Grist Mill Irons, Bark Mills, Wool Carding Machines, Edge Tools, &c, &c. Address Snow Camp, Alamance County, N. C. October 25th, 1852. 101 8t. WORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. RALEIGH, N. C. THIS Company4 has been in successful operation for more than five years, and continues to take risks upon all class's of property in the State (except Steam Mills and Turpentine Distilleries,) upon favorable terms Its Policies now cover property amounting to $4,50o' 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 ess than one third of one per cent per annum, on all grades of property embraced in its one rations. ' The following persons have been elected Direrin, auu vuiuiio ui mis wumpany ror inc present year. Directors : Jos. G. B Roulhac, C. W. D. Hutchings, Rirliarj Smith, John Primrose, Henry D. Turner, S. "V. Whit ing, T. H. Selby, of Raleigh ; Geo. McNeill, Faycttr ville, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington, Jas. E. Hovt" Washington, James Sloan, Greensborough, John Cot' Edenton, Joshua Boner, Salem, Joseph H. p00i' Elizabeth -City, Michael Brown, Salisbury, Alexand Mitchell, Newbern, W. N. H. Smith, MurfreesborouM, A. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barrett, Milton H. T- Summy, Asheville. 'and 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, v Richard Smith, V Executive Committee John Primrose, ) All communications in reference to insurance slin,,i i be addressed to the Secretary, post paid. U'd , v r J' C- PARTRIDGE, SrcV Raleigh, June 21. 1852. 11 here do you and things Cheat, THfKSrbnCrer ha.Ving ,8id in a choice assortment of the following articles, begs leave to inform tle ci . zens of Raleigh and vicinity that he will sell all hi! Goods at such prices as not to be Hnderso'd l,v anv ml in this city. " 3 " 0,lc Persons desirous of making a good bargain will .here fore do well to give h.m a eall and be convinced tl a the above assertion is truth and no humbug about it v. ,. , Fancy Goods, &c. rp y.,ollns: lnt". Accordions, Guitars, Pocket Knives Table and Tea Spoons, Ivory and wooden pocket I k!' Portemonnaies, Toothpicks, Canes. Ladie's Work es, Hair OiU, German and American Cologne, Soaps shaving Creams. Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, hair and dressing Combs, Gold Pencils, J ens, Breastpins Fin? cr-rings and Studs, Dolls, Purses, Gum teething S' Looking Glasses, Guns, Pistols, &c. fi ' Dry Goods, &c. calicoes, Oinghams, Figured Alpaccas and Col,r. life is $5000. five years tor NOTICE. THE subscriber having, at November Sessions of Wake County Court, qualified as Executrix of the late R ichard Smith of the City of Raleigh, hereby noti fies all persons having any claims against the estate of the deceased to present them lor payment, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Also, all persons indebted to the estate are. requested to make payment. Mr, Sidney M. Barbee and Mr. c.uaru jfeivin are authonzea in my name to collect the Store debts close store accounts, sell the goods ami uirrcnanaize on Hand and grant receipts and ac- 4ui nances ior payments made. PENELOPE SMITH, Exr'x. rovember 15th, 1852. 946 4tw D. G. BRIGGS, COMMISSION MERCHANT. RALEIGH, Ji. C. W gIVe S,nct attention to 'be sale or forward- . 1 t "g 01 an produce or Merchandise entrusted nis care. REFERENCES. Wm. Boylan, , . , Geo. W. Mordecai, i Ra,e,Sn C. Col. A. Joyner, ,,.., John Campbell, WeIJon. N- C. McIIlwaine Brownly & Co., Patterson & Cooper, Petersburg, Va. J. C. Wilson & Co., . DeRosset & Brown C Wilmington. August 8th, 1852. - 0,0 Just Received and fnr s9ia AcRalCRibabonrs,lne,,t f F3 S?h Hat nJ Plain Satin and f.nafrlntr p;kk.- i,, , .... French wortP Mn ?"7"T' lo' "na w,". T ,h; ? rench worked Frck Bodies and Caps, Ladies' Frenchwnrl.H j r.-n ' rH ! Vj . uu mmrj in great vane- de t :nfe?f.hA"WourniDJ; Collars, Rpal TU..JI ana uimiiy .Bands. Keal Thread Lace, Inserting and - ...6.6., Imitation Lisle Bobbin do do do McKIMMON. j Oct.l,i852. do . ri d , . do d " do JAMES McKIMMON. . 93 OFFICE: RALEIGH, N. THIS Company continues to insure healthy White persons and Slaves. 1'he greatest risk taken on a single Slaves are insured for a term of one to Jds their value. OFFICERS. Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, President, Wm. D. Haywood, Vice President, James F. Jordan, Secretary, . Win. H. Jones, Treasurer, Perrin Busbce, Attorney, Dr. Wm. H. McKee, Examining Physician' J. Hersman, General Agent. AH losses are paid within 90 days after satisfactory pruui 19 pruseui-eu. Blanks and Pamphlets, showing the plan of operation 01 ine company, may De nau on application at the Of fice, or any ot tne Agencies. All letters on business should be addressed to JAMES F. JORDAN, Secretary. April 28, 1850. 51 LOOK OUT IIV DUE TIME ! leaving oiannope, lVasb county, IV. C, it is of- VJierred ior sale at Public Auction, te the highest uiuci on uuiauay me sum ueccmDer, at 12 o clock. . . u..,ovGoaaijr, u me uperauons or o years establish the fact that, it combines many advantages as a nouse 01 entertainment, private residence and country business place, &c, having a commodious dwelling, with all necessary out-houses, Store and office rooms, exten sive shops, shelters and fixtures, and offers as manw ad vantages to embark in Mercantile and Turpentine opera tions as any place in North Carolina. The quantity of lanu auacneu and terms ot sale will be made liberal to suit the purchaser. Any specifications will be furnished uy application 10 UAViltiLi 8. CRENSHAW. November 7th, 1852. 103 tL Tar, Pitch and Tiirnoni;n WE wish to hire 50 negroes to work in Turpentine in Williamsburg, South Carolina, for which we will pay fair prices, commencing lst-;January, 1853. Aauress us at aianhope, .North Carolina. CRENSHAW, ELIS & TAYLOR. JVovember 7th, 1852. . iq3 ,f Baltimore Piano Manufactory. important improvement. Elastic Universal Touch WISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Boudoii Sinara n n ,1 fl .7 T '. ... , , wiauu r lauos, request tnose wanting a first-rate Icstrument one that Lariin's . T,,r witli the greatest possible advantage. tht i oh.ct. .. - . . - . vOlC VI ijib, 01 superlative toucn and tone, that will stand in concert tune, and last a life timn. tn .li j .1 , . , . ' . - w vuCUlseives a sample instrument at the Agent's office Dr. W. R. Scott's. mi t x uose instruments are more in trenernl iiu in tK c.u among the first critics of art and science, and to h we have the honor of referring. See th manff.,.' ...v.u.a., wuicn. may De outained of the Agent. All In- iiuuicuu warranted nvejreors. . - J. J. WISE & BRO. ' Dr. W. R. SCOTT, Agent. Raleigh, Jan. 11, 1650. .. 20 6m. TO MUSICAL INSTRUCTORS ! rjHE Trustees of Floral College, North Carolina, 1 wisn to employ an accomplished Instructor in Music to take charge of the Musical department in said Institu tion. The salary will be liberal. Proposals will therefore be received by the undersign ed Committee until the llh of pecember next, when the Board of Trustees will, convene and make a selec tion and inform the successful candidate of the selection made. Applicants must specify the amount they are willing to take for their services for the term of one year, and also accompany their proposals with certificates of recommendation as to moral character and Musical at tainments. Any information desired in regard to the Institution can be obtained by addressing the committee at Gilopolis Post Office, Robeson County, N. t !. IdT it is immaterial whether the applicants are gentle men or ladies. J. B. McCALLUM,) WM. McKAY, Com. john McNeill, ) September 20, 1852. 99 4W. State of North Carolina, Franklin Co. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, September Term, 1852. Zavid Hunt and wife and others, vs. Mourn ing Wright and others. Petition to sell slaves for Division. IT appearing that James Wright of Tennessee, Thos. Allgood of Dataware, and Gideon Wright of Tennes see, defendants in this case live beyond the limits of this State ; it is ordered by the Court that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard, a paper publish ed in the City of Raleigh, for six weeks, notifying them to appear at the next Court of Picas and Quarter Ses sions to be held for the aforesaid County, at the Court House in Louisburg, on the 2nd Monday in December, A. D., 1852, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to said petition ; otherwise the same will be heard exparle as to them and decree made accordingly. Witness, Young Patterson, Clerk of said Court at office, 23d October. 1852. Y. PATTERSON, Clerk. October 25, 1852. (Pr, adv. $5 62.) 945 6w. ri..i, t r ' v r . "". lres' Brown and Bleached Muslins. Camlirir. aTw f ' ,,t0n F,annel' TickinS- Li"ECy. Cotton and Woolen Hose Comforts, Cotton, Silk Woolen anS Sheepskin Gloves. Edgings, Boots and Shoes, &c. Groceries. Ac. Mackerel, Herring, Lard, Cheese, Bacon, Dried Beef Buflalo tongues, Sardines, Nails, Powder, Shot, Coflea Sugais, &c. , ... Cigars, of ten different Brands, &c. $-c. Raleigh, October 12, JS52. NOTICE. APPLICATION will be made to the General As sembly of North Carolina, now in session, for the passage ot an act, to authorize certain persons therein named, to raise, by way of lottery, twenty thousand dol lars, to cut anu excavate out a Uanal, and make a road along said Canal, in Washington County. Said Ca nal and Koad is to commence at some suitable place at .L. III.. 1 n 1 tue Aioemane sound. Or to revive and amend the acts of the Legislature, passed at the session of 1 833-'34. authorizing certain persons therein named to raise, by lottery, six thousand lftll.i.0 I HT 1 - . e . rt uviiuio iu a aiiai in vr asuingion county, ur ap plication will be made to the Legislature of North Caro lina, nuw in session, ior tne passage ot an act to incor porate a company to cut and excavate out a Ca nnl nml make a Road alonar the same in Washinwinn n.n.- Said Canal and Road to commence at some suitahlo nla at the Albemarle Sound, in the aforesaid Countv. uciooer zisr, iboz. iqq t(j F. MAHLER. 94 Perfumery and fancy Articles. LUBIN'S Extracts, genuine, Ursena, or real Bear's Grease. Ox Marrow Pomade, Low's fine Myrtle Pomatum, Christian's Perfumed Hair Restorative, for cleanir preservation and growth of the Hair, --.nrf, Lyon's Kathairon do do do Cologne anc Florida Water, real German and Other va rieties, "...CI HP 1 . 5 -, . 1 - , ... -j"" wnrysiansea ana other tancy perfumed Soa iur iiib 1 oiiei. A select assortment of Tooth Brushes Hair, Nail and Comb Brushes, ' Fine-tooth, Dressing and Pocket Combs Carved-Shell and.Bnflalo Tuck Combs ' New style Shell and Buffalo Side Combs , JAMES McKIMMON. PS 93 MILTON FACTORY AND MILL. I IS. UAKKETT & J. D. NEWSOM, Having j .uurciiaseu ivir. x nomas W. Holden's infernal in the Milton Cotton Factorv and Millc Lands. and debts due the Firm c. Barrett, Newsom & Holden, wm continue uie manufacturing and Milling business. They are now putting in oneration a .t .if Wnnlon , .. - " -r - macuinpry, ior ttie purpose of manufacturing U t k . v mums. 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. BAKKtfTT & NEWSOM. Milton, March 25, 1851. 41 tf. GENERAL AGENCY. THE undersigned offers his services as Agent for the M. transaction of any business in the City of Raleigh, at the Public Departments, the Banks. Insurance Offi ces, occ. He may be found at the office of th S.rt,r r oiaie. -ah letters addressed to him will be promptly at icuueu 10, anu nis clianres will be mnrierafe laciory. RUFUS H. PAGE. RerenEKrra: G ?" Reid' Wm- Hil, &c'y- state' D- w- Courts j. uu. ireas. Wm. J. Ularkn. dnmn't rf v 7 -f vj rtu-t( jj Freeman, Clerk Sup Court, Geo. W. Mordecai NEW BOOKS. HILDRETH'S History of the United States, 6th and concluding volume; Mysteries, or Glimpses of the Supernatural, conlain S accounts of the Salem Witchcraft ; . The Cock-Lane Ghost. Rochester Ra luru jHjsienes, oj.c. OLC. ; by L-harles W. Elliott; Pierre, or the Ambiguities: bv Herman Moli.,;n . A Buck Eye Abroad, or Wanderings in Europe and in the Orient; by Samuel S. Cox; O menial Aicnemy a treatise on the Mind, .Nervous system, Psychology, Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Di eases ; by B. Brown Williams, . D. ihe motner at Home; by John S. C. Abbott, very e,.klJ, .uru.i mm cuiargeu, wirn numerous enerav- "5. x ui Bale oy tl. JJ. TURNER. , . , At the N. C. Bookstore. Raleigh, August 16, 1852. 79 State of IVorttt Carolina, Ashe Countv. Supeiior Cou.t ot Equity, Fall Term, 1S52. Linv lie OiginaTBI Jhn Wil,ian,s Collier. IN this case it appearing that Ihe defendants, Calha' nne Williams, John VV. Williams. Polly Ann Wil hams, Martha Ann Williams. Alfred Clawson and wife , - j v "u";'f3,a.en,s OI tf"8 Male ; it is therefore ordered that publication be made in Ihe Weekly North Carolina Standard lor six weeks notifying the aid non residents to appear at our next Superior Court of Eatii ty, for the connly of Ashe, at Ihe Court-House in Jef ferson, on the second Monday in March next, then and there to plead andansweror demur In ihe plaintiff's bill or judgment pro confesso will be entered against them and the cause set for hearing. Y itness, Quincy F. Neal, Clerk and Master of our said Court, at office Ihe ISlh dav of September JS5' , QUINCY F. NEAL, C. M. E October 6, 18o2. Pr. adv. $5.62. 941 6w House and IfOt for Sale. T I IHE Subscriber offers for sale her Hnnsn on,t T , J situated in the South-western part of Raleieh. near wjc icBiueuce oi inaj. ouins. ine House is new, has .wrra, uiiu ine 101 nas upon it all necessary out- uouses. 1 nere is nan an acre ot ground attached. o " uu i iiuu. xi nuiiiii-Hiwin ia mo in . An . P . " r i i . 4 v. ouuu i, u.cutiac, win oi course examine cue pi cui mes. K A Raleigh. Oct. 18, 1852. GORMAN. 97 tf. c SWAIM'S JUSTICE. NORTH CAROLINA JUSTICE. ONTAINING THE B. Prest. of Bank of the State. Bank of Cape Fear, W. W R.R. Raleigh. Dec, Wm. H. Jones, t ash'r . Vass, Treaa. R. $ G 18, 1851. 14 tf Delightful and Useful Hooks. MARCO Paul's Voyages and Travels. In New rk on the Erie Canal in XI;n-: v . in BostonSpringfield Armory, with -Illustrations, By Jacob Abbott. For sale by ' H. D. TURNER Carnetin&r. DRAWING Room and Bed Room Carpets. . Stair Carpels, . Tutted and other rich Hearth Rugs, Fancy printed Druggets for Crumb Cloths, Rich fancy Pianc and Table Covers. JAMES McKIMMON. Oct. 1 , 1852. 93 a summarv statmnnf nf ih. .... , 1 T . .... . .in. wwHim anu tuuimgn XBW OI Ibis SStofo tr.tU :.u .i j. - r .u c - ""ti vviiu me .u- i iue oupreme uourt, and all the most ap V, r t s f uu P,receents relating to the office and outy ot a Justice of the Peace, an.l according to modern practice, by Benjamin Swaim, sel ., .cOCU anu corrected, for sale bv n a o " HENRY D. TURNER. Ocotber, 22 1852. 99 A GOOD CHANCE. H n n , . B nave on hand a fine lot of Ju,Ma "oous, wnicn iney will sell at cost. Kich Brocade col'd Silks, French Satin DeChene, Embroidered Robes, Alboniso do. French Cashmeres & DeLanea, All other goods at very low prices, Received to-day Black Silks, Cheap Delanes, English Merinos, Men's wear. Clothing and Shoe, which will be sold cheap. Ba!l 0"i tHf 'd Stand' No 29 Cheap Side. Raleigh, Nov. 21'h, 1852. A PPLICATION will h t . . . TiTrk wuwr vi tne town ol Oct. 2S, $B3. Candles. 1 fS 2??ES be8t Patent Sper Candles, 20 do do 'Adamanlino u ist d, t HS11'8 Patent TWlow do Hull's No. 1 Bar Soan. Black Pepper. nice. Rin Cf.i, t.... Cloves, Cinnau WWa. Indigo,' for safe by ,eS' JAMES McKIMMON. 0t. 1, 1862, 93 - If OTICE. T E ?tckhollers n the Greenville and Raleigh Plauk ..u.u UUU.w are Hereby notified that an instal ment of Four Dollars on the Share will oe requird fo be Pid on the 20th of December, 1852. Prompt pByment quested. By order of the Board of Directors. - R- L' MyERS, President. JHt). A. oEtBr, Secretary. -Greenville, November 15th, 1882. i 4t 9'nOO SMITH'S Mulles No. 7, 8, 9 and 10 State of IVbrth Carolina, Granville Co. In Equity, Fall Term, 1852. Maurice S. Harf, Ex'r. vs. Nancy Hart and others. Original Bill. IT appearing to the satisfaction of" Ihe Court that Ihe delendants Jams Hart, Wm. P. Strum, Theo Hud son and Polly Ann his wife, and Thomas B. Barnetl, adm'r of Jno. G. Hart, dee'd., reside beyond Ihe limits of this State ; it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard,, lor six works successively, for Ihe said defendants to appeal at Ihe nest Term oHhis Court, to be held in the Court-House, in the town of Oxford, on the first Mondav of March next, and plead, answer or demur In ih cof.i n;n ii, erwise Ihe same will be taken as confessed bv fhem and heard exparte. Witness, James M. Wiggins, Clerk and Masler of the said Court, at office, Ihe first Mondav ofSeotember, A. D. 18o2. JAS. M. WIGGINS, C M. E. October 6. 1852. Pr. adv. $5.62$ 941 6. State of North Carolina, Aslie Cotmly. Superior Court of Equity, Fall Term, 1852. Noah JLong and others, vi. Daniel Jones and others. Bill for an injunction. In this case it arm paring that ih ?.(" t,i., r i Ballew and wife Lucy and Eli Maxwell, are non-residents of this State. It is therefore ordered that publica tion be made in Ihe ' Weekly North Carolina Slandard ' for six weeks, notifying the said non-residents to appear at our next Superior Court of Equity, for the county of Ashe, at the Court House in Jefferson k -,i Monday in March next, then and there to Dlead and an swer or demur to the plainlifl'n bill, or judgment pro confsso wiILbe entered against them ana the cause set tor hearing. Witness, Quincy F. Np.ai.. Clerk and Motr rw said Court, at office the 18th dav of September 1852. . ,, t . INKAL, C. M. E. Oct. 14, 1852. (pr. adv. $5 62$.) 942 w6w. To Female Teachers. rpHE Trustees of Floral College, N. C. will receive M. until the 11th of December next. thmnK ih m. dersigned Committee, proposals for two Female Teach ers, to assist in lmnartin? inatni,.ii,.n t,, nn;. J Floral College. Applicants must er.vimn,nv ih.ir nro- posals with certificates of recommendation: sIko state terms, &c , as to salary. Any information desired in recard to the institution can be obtained by addressing the undersigned Commit- teo ut Gilopolis Post Office, Robeson County, N. C. W. McKAY. Gilopolis, Oct. 23d. 8152. J. B. McCALLUM, john McNeill, Committee. 101 till). The North - Carolina Eiecmor. CONTAINING the Statutes and Common Law o yims ataie, together with the decisions of the Su ireme Couit.and all the necessarv 'forms. nror.eHents, &c, &c. ' Intended as a safe Guide to Executors and Adminis trators. With which is necessarilv finnnpflprt fK. rnArcA sub jects of Willa, Legacies, Dower, and other Provisions ior w idows, distribution of Estate, Descent of Land, Partition, Guardianship, &c, by Benjamin Swaim. or sale at the North-Carolina Book-Store bv H. D. TURNER Jlay 13, 1852: 54 NOTICE is hereby given that application willb made to the next General Assembly for the passage of a law to entitle Tales Jurors and Magistrates who take lists of Taxable property in the Countv of amp- son to pay for their services ; and also to araeud the act incorporating the Town of Clinton. n www . - J. BROWN. Abgart 80. 1862. tf.