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AMiSIilCAX HARDWARE, &C.
v E . P . TAB B & C 0.;
HEAD OF THE 8CIUARE. -..:'
; NORFOLK, Va. " N
ARE receiving large addition to their stock, by "1-
, r- ,v which having been
Mre'hased at the cash discount prices, they are enabled,
i.i .i. n low as articles of a similar
i k. ; h Northern eities -1 heir as-
ortment comprises, - ' .
Cotton, Wool. Horse and Negro Cards,
Long and short handle Manure Forks,
n u ' Shovels and Spades,
Box and screw up. Coffee Mills,
Wire and Hair Sieves and Searches, - ;
Cotton Leading Lines, Bed Cords,
White Hemp Rope, assorted sizes.
Shoe Brashes. Blacking, Hide Whips,
Broad and Nairow Axes, Adzes,
v.nflr StAal Rlmln Garden Hoes.
A full assortment of Hollow Ware Castings, embracing
Ovens, PoU, Spiders, Skillsta, r ire uogs, oi.
Also a general assortment of Fancy Goods, such as
Needles,' Pins, Combs of every kind,
Tooth, Hair and Shaving Brushes,
Fancy 8oap, Snuff and Shaving Boxes,
Bone, Fancy Gilt, Porcelain and Pearl Buttons,
Pocket Books, Porte Monnaics Purses
Silver, Brass, Steel and White Metal 1 himbles,
Looking Glasses, etc.
April 28. 1853.
rnPPFR. TIN AND STOVE DEPOT,
IN STORE, a large and varied assortment of all kinds
of CofPSR and Tin Wares, at wholesale and retail,
ower than at any other establishment in Virginia. Cop
Work for Steamers. Mills. Distilleries, &c, &c, ex-
?T-.i .i.. i.-.i m.nnr with due recard for steam
ecuteu in uvj .... . ,
i STOVES AND HOT-AIR FURNACES,
re .it v;n.la. for all nuroores. Metallic Roofing, Gutters
.j virm fnr Roildines. Block Tin, Tin Plate. Sheet
r., Rr and Sheet Lead. Sheet Iron, &c, Ethereal
nil and Lanrns for usinsr it, Shower Baths ana Bathing
ADDaratumof all the newest and most approved patterns
i " WM. D. ROBERTS, Jr.,
: - . Roanuke Square. Norfolk Va.
April 19, 1853. 44 sw6m.
V WHOLEALE TBADE,
'For Marcli, 1S52.
OUR SPRING STOCK of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
. Staple and Fancy Bry Goods,
a now complete. The assortment is large and com
manding. COUNTRY MERCHANTS
are invited to call and examine styles and prices, feeling
confident that we can offer as great inducements as any
" Jobbing House North or South.
STEVENSON & WEDDELL.
Sycamore Street Petersburg, Va.
HARDWARE, CVTL,ERYr &c.
E. P. TABB & Co ,
HEAD OF MARKET SQUARE,
HAVE received per ships Currituck, Star of the
West and Conqueror, their Spring importations,
comprising a full assortment of
Elwell' Weeding, Hilling and Grubbing Hoes,
Best C S Spades, Trace, Halter and.Backband Chains,
Long and short handle Fry Pans,
Table and small Cutlery, a great variety.
To which they invite the .attention of purchasers,
pledging themselves to furnish every article as low as it
can be Dnrchased in the Northern cities.
April, 26, 1853.
VALUABLE WARREN LAADS
-,... FOR SALE.
THE Subscriber having determined to move South,
offers for sale his valuable lands lying-in tho Coun
ties of Warren and Halifax, situate 14 miles from War
re n ton and 8 miles from Littleton, on the Raleigh and
, Gaston Rail Road, containing 4,400 acres. These lands
are equal to any in the County of Warren for the pro
duction of corn, wheat, and tobacco. About 7C0 acres
of the tract is bottom land of a fine quality, one half of
which, is. cleared and thoroughly canulled and drained,
the other half is in original forest and heavily timbered.
There is a sufficient quantity of clcured land on the
tract, mostly fresh, to work fifty bauds to advantage.
The tract can be conveniently divided into three farms.
It is unnecessary to give ail extended description ol these :
lands, as persons wishing to purchase will examine and j
judge for themselves. The subscriber being anxious to
sell, will submit to a sacrifice to effect a sale ; therefore
m yvinvil9 wisuillg w invest vapibai . icaicmaic vtuuiu uw
well to examine these lands.
In my absence Mr. Evans will take pleasure in show
ing the land and making known the terms, which will
be accommodating. S. A. WILLIAMS.
Warren County, N. C. May 9, 1853. 50 8tw.
v "' ' NORFOLK, VA.
THIS old and widely known establishment continues
to furnish, of superior quality, and on the mopt rea
soajible terms :
BUTTER CRACKERS, W ATER CRACKERS,
- SUGAR CRACKERS. SODA CRACKERS,
--"-: ANTI-DYSPEPSIA CRACKERS,
. v V AND W IN E BISC U IT,
. Also, MOLASSES CAKES, suitable for country
stores, neatly put up in bairels and smaller packages.
.. " CHARLES HARRIS.
Norfolk, April 25, 1853. 46 9m. pd.
NIEMEYER & WHITE,
cofflnriissioN merchants ani
f General Produce .Brokers,
v PORTSMOUTH, VA.,
OFFER their services to the Shipping, Planting,
Trading and Manufacturing Interests.
. We will give strict attention to Shipping or Selling
Tobacco, Cotton. FJour, Grain. Provisions, Lumber and
Naval Stores ; and Forwarding Merchandise with Des
patch. : : '
. , LimePlaster, Guano, Cement and Salt, always on
uauu. . -
HiirRr V. Nikxeiir.
'April 7th, 18? 3.
Ja.mks C. White.
V,t NIEMEYER A WHITE,
POUTS MOUTH, VA.
. fr ER FOR SALE: 1,000 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
.v www uawi .eastern ani w. u. Lime,
t lSa-bbls. S. F. Flour,
3- f 12 Hhds. Sides and Shoulders,
10,000 lbs. Virginia i;nred Family Bacon,
j60 packages Refined Sugar.
Order for Merchandize filled with despatch.
NIEMEYER & WHITE.
Portsmouth, Va. April 14, 1853. 43 3m.
UL, uuk-SMITH, AND
.; -; . JUMa- MM. A N G E R .
'? C H AR EE 8 K. U E S TE R .
VV ".u1-re8Pec-'u'.iy ntorm Ihe Citizens of Ral-
. .i j ""Mauiruuuuing country (hat he has locatoH
Pjr"'-"tly j?" Mib And h J opened 1 sS
,r,i.u.HK.Uo oireei, r.m ur: Cooke's brick-building
where he Wilt be fatim! oil .: .. . ""iuiug,
v m Jo." in h,. i; " .; "V"'"V re'y IO execute
' j iT.7 .. 7L ' ,nat nll not be sur
passed by any other person, and the charges shall al.
ways be moderate. Caii and See. - . '
naieign, f eoruaryzt, 1853. .t -
ATT0EHEYVAND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
- Raleigh, N. C.,' ; " '
"TTriLL'aUend the Courts of Chatham anl Wake
V . He can l,e fou'wl t his office on the same squar
with James McKimmon's residence. , .
January 23d, 1853. . :; ..,. ...". ," 80 ly.-
iston CEARkij: v" A
C0trESEIi0Il3 AND ATTORNEYS AT LAW
.v f- v: : ::t ('-') ' D.-TURNER;"1-
Valuable i. "Property for Sale.
fWMlE Undersigned beinsr about to remove from the
JL; State for a time; offers tor sale ftis larni at ueames
Ford, containing about 600 acres. Its situation for
healthfulness, fertility, and beauty . is well known. It has
every improvement for comfort mat can tie uesireu ,
a location for mercantile business, a position for a Law
yer, (having six Court-Houses within a few hours jour
ney ;) or for a farmer it has great advantages. The
buildings are of the most excellent character; a large
Dwelling-House 50 M 60 feet large, two stories high,
and all properout Houses pertaining thereto. A large
and commodious Cotton Gin-House, a Store-House, a
Saw and Grist-Mill. iit,,.ti1
He will sll alo all the Household FURNIT1RE,
.t.i . nArtinn nf hit I.il.rnrv. The furniture is of the
most superior order, of the latest style, and has been
well kept. j .
There is no better property in the State. Ho will
also sell for cash, his valuable stock of SLAVES, twen
ty one in number, mai.y of them choice and young; on
the 1st of June next. He also will sell his stock of
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, &c.
His cattle are of the improved Kentucky breed, procur
ed at much .expense and trouble. Also a large quanti
Corn, Fodder, Hay and Bacon.
He also offers the balance of the stock of GOODS
belonging to the lute firm of Wheeler & Kerr, on the
most advantageous terms.
All the above is offered at private sale, and if not sold
privately, will be offered publicly on Wednesday the
1st dav of June next, and continue from day to day
until nil is sold. Terms made known on the day of sale.
Seldom is such proprty offered for sale, and great
bargains may be expected. The title of said property
to be placed beyond all question.
All persons indebted to mc or to the late firm of
Wheeler & Kerr, must make payments forthwith.
JOHN H. WHEELER.
Beatties Ford, Lincoln county, N. C, May 2, 1853.
Tho North Carolina Whig and Western Democrat.
Ch -rlotte ; th,e Yorkv-lle Remedy, Yorkville, S. C; the
North Carolina Argus, Wadesboro', will copy until 1st
June and send accounts to J. H. W.
NEW FIRM AND NF. W STORE,
In Foresiville, IT. C.
THE subscribers having bought the Store-House and
lot lately occupied by Owen and Williams and en
tered into co-partnership under the firm of
JONES & CltENSIIAW,
for the purpose of conducting a mercantile business,
beg leave most respectfully to inform the public that they
are now receiving their
Spring and Summer Supply of Goods ;
bought with the utmost care by the senior partner, and
upon the most lavorable terms. Wc shall give our per
sonal attention to the Store, endeavoring to please, and to
cash and punctual customers we will sell GOOD BAR
GAINS. We solicit an examination of our well selected Stock
(which we will regularly rep'enis"h,) and hope to merit
and share liberally of public patronage. Call and judge
for yourself and oblige,
" WILLIE D. JONES,
WM. M. CRENSHAW
Forestville, April 1, 1853. 969 w4w
fHHE subscriber having purchased the entire inter
JL est ot N. Perry in the above celebrated establish
ment, respectfully announce to the citizens of Noith
Carolina that they intend to lelax no effort to retaiii the
libeia! patronage heretofore received from the numer
ous customers of the Bazaai in the 0:d 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, 6tc. at
first hands, and consequently at the lowest rates, we are
enabled to compete in pries with Northern houses,
while our garments in point of style and workmanship,
are not excelled by those of any other house in the Slate.
it is unneeesary vto 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 and in
Our Cu.ttora Department,
Is constantly supplied with the most desirable goods,
and those prelening their garments made to order, can
here bud a large assortment to select Irnm, and with an
efficient force ol 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.
Onr Wiiolesale Booms.
Merchants visiting the City should not fail to look
through our stock, as we have opened an exclusive
Wholesale Room, and manufacture largely, expressly
for this branch of our trade.
A. S. SHAFER & CO.,
(Successors n N. Pebbv. )
Pefesburf , Virginia May 5th, lt?52. 52
LEATHER FOR SPRING SALES,
At Wholesale ana Ketail.
J"E respectfully inform our friends and the public
that we have in store a large and most excellent
Mock of Leather and FiiiuiiigM,
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 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, nnd 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 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 furrier's Tools.
Also, Sewed Brosans of our own manufacture, war
ranted to give satisfaction, an J many other articlrs, too
numerous to mention, at No. 21 Old street, apposite B.
P. Harrison's Saddlery. F. A. & R. 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. tf.
We Study to JPlease.
NEW SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
A NEW DRY GOOD STORE,
On, Fayeiteville street, second door below Messrs.
Wtlliams, Haywood & Co. Drug Store,
TOIL" CREECH has just returned from the Nor
I tbern cities, where he has purchased a large and beau
tifut assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, of
the latest styles and patterns for the Spring and Summer
Trade. Also, a large and beautiful assortment of Hats
and Caps of ail kinds ; a large and beautiful assortment
of Ladies and Misses Bonnets, and children s Hats and
Flats, all of the latest styles. Also, a large assortment
of Boots and Shoes. Guns and Pistols, Hardware and
Cutlery ; a good assortment of Umbrellas and Parasols
a good assortment of men's and boys summer Clothing
which will be sold too low to fear the competition of
All persons in want of New Goods and good bargains
will ro well to call anu examine my stock before purch
asing elsewhere. 1 tender my most sincere thanks .to
the citizens of Raleigh and the surrounding country for
the long and liberal patronage I have received, and
trust by untiring zeal and energy to please in the prose
cution of my busiues.-, to merit its continuance. .
Raleigh, N. C, March 8th, 1853. 32 w.
State of North Carolina, Asbe County.
Court of Equity, Spring Term, A. D. 1853.
Linville Williams, Emerilla Williams, Sam'i. D. Cald
well and his wife Susan, vs. John Williams, Henry
Wjiliams, James Toliver, Catharine Williams,' John
Wesley Williams, Alfred Clawson and wife Nancy,
Marl ha Ann Williams and folly Jane Williams.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Pol-
Iy Ann Williams, one of the defendants to (his suit,
hath removed from this State, and is a non resident, it
Is ordered tiiat.'publication be made io the North Caro
lina Standard for six weeks notifying the said Polly Ann
William to be and appear before. the. Judge of our Su
perio -Court or Equity,-at the next lerm tifbe held for
the County ol Ashe, at the Court House in Jefferson.
on the 2d Monday in September next, and then and there
toplead, answer ordemur, otherwise ludscnent vro con...
Tessa win i tjuierea againsi aer. . , v ,
Witness ueorge Bower. Clerk andJHastei i ir Eo'Jifv.
attfSce,tb 3d Monday in MarchA:1 D.' 1853, " -
, GEO. BO WER, CM. E. ,
April 16,1853. (Pr. AdY. f 5.62J.) 968 6w.
fu iniJ - uuuciaigncu Having uc 0-
JL ' Merchandizing for Agriculture, offers for sale all bis
Real Estate iu the town of Tarborough, to wit: ; ' ,.
. His Store Lot on the Court-House square, well known
as " The Brick Store," with all necessary ware-housea
and other buildings for merchandizing."' -
This Lot is considered one of the most desireable in
Town, and has been tenanted as a place of trade without
intermission ever since the foundation of the town.
Also, the residence of the subscriber, which has a good
dwelling-house of five rooms, a basement and cellar, and
all necessary buildings for a town residence good fruit
The residence is located in one of the liest neighbor
hoods of the town, and was successively occupied by the
late Joseph B. Lloyd, James Weddell, and the late
Henry I. Toole. .
All the bnildings and improvements are in good repair
Also, for sale a well assorted Btock of Goods.
JOSEPH H. BOWDITCH.
Tarborough, April 14lh, 1853. 44 tf-
Tombs, monuments, Head-Stones, dec
rilHE Subscriber having been North and pur-hased a
I larae as-iortmeni ot Italian ana American jyir rvuij i
1 . ... . . rr ih
for Monuments, lomos, anu ueaasiones, huu
paint stones, slabs for Soda Founts, JSaKer s maun,
and Nova ticotia grindstones, solicits the patronage of
slabs for Soda Founts, Matters eiaua,or
the citizens ol Kaleigh and the surrounuing couunj.
Hein-ites the citizens to call and see his monuments,
tomb and head stencs and dralrs, or send their orders,
which will be punctually attended to.
The subscriber has been in business in this pl-e six
t.n inn and viu can refer to anv of the citizens of
I . . u J " J j ir
RaHeU8Marble-Yard is ten minutes' walk from the Stite
House, at the Sonth-East Corner ol the Graveyard.
Th subscriber has examined the Northern pnees,
and has no hesitation in saying he can do work on as
reasonable terms as any.
Raleigh, Sept. 6,1852. 85 ly
Caswell Mutual Fire-insurance Co.
rjHIS Company, chartered at the last session of the
1 General Assembly of Noiih Carolina, and located
in the town of Milton, has been fully organized, and is
now prepared to receive applications for Insurance on
Houses, Furniture, Goods, Factories, &c The teims
will be the same as those ol the other Mutual Fire In
surance Companies ot the State.
All applications must state the location and situation
of the buildings and other property ou which insurance
The undersigned has been appointed General Agent
for this Company, and he is also the Agent for theEfna
Fire insurance Company of Hartford. Connecticut, and
the Hartloid Insuiance Compauy, located in the same
All applications for Insurance or local Agencies to
be addressed to Willie J. Palmer, Secretary, or
NATHANIEL J. PALMER.
Milton. N. C. April 13. 1853. 43 tf.
HURRAH FOR CHATHAM!
NEW TOBACCO FACTORY AT PirTSBOEO'.
LONG & BURNET,
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Chatham
and adjoining Counties that they have established
A TOBACCO FACTOR Y
in Pittsboro', and wish to purchase all kinds of Tobacco,
viz : Common and Fine. For fine yellow Tobacco they
are willing to pay liberal prices, from $6 to $12J, ac
cording to quality and color.
All those having Tobacco for ss!e will do well to give
us a trial before selling elsewhere, as we are determined
to give the full value fot each quality.
Pitlsborough. Feb. 4, 1853. 23 3m.
N accordance with a decree of Wake Court of Eqoi-
at Spring Term, 1853, I shall otter for. sale on
triday.the 3d day ot June next, at Strirklancs Store
in Wake County, a tract of land owned by the late
Berry Bunn containing about lour hundred and eigh
teen "acrea and lying on the west-side ot .Moccasin
Creek and bounded by Ihe lands of Code Bunn and
tl hers ; also on the "same day two tracts of land in
Franklin County, one containing about sixty acres, ad
joining the lands ot Obediah Strickland and others, and
' tho nthor on Moccasin Crp-fV: conlininir 1V estimation
three hundred and seventy two acies. The two last
named tracts to be sold ou the premises
Terms of sdle six an I twelve mouths credit, bond
and good security required.
ED. GRAHAM HAYWOOD, CM.
April Z8, 1853. 47
NEW ARRIVAL OF SPRING GOODS
AT THE BAZAAR!!
HITE.-BufF, Brown, Mottled, Plaid, Striped,
and Planters' Linen Coals; White and Buff
Grass do.. Diab, Blue and Mottled Croioi, do.. Black
and Fancy Alapacado., Plaid and Fancy Cassimere
do., Blk. Summer Cloth and Cassimere Sacks, half
Sacks and Frock, Tweeds, Cdsbineretts and Angolas
do.; Planters Linen, Plaid, White, Striped, Molded
Linen, and Cassimere Pants in great variety ; Sontag.
Cassimere, Silk and Linen Vesting. Quillings and
We'.lings do., rich styles. A large asso'tinent of Lawn
and Linen Cambric Handkert nil's, plain and fancy
holders. Silk and Lisle Embroidered Cravats, plain
and fancy Lawn do , fancy Silk do. Alexander's and
Chossm's White and Colored Kid Gloves, Black do,
Lisle and Linen do , Washed Norway do.. Fine Doe do .
Black Colored Silk do , Plaid and St'iiped Silk and Cot
ton Half Hose do. We aie weekly receiving large
supplies selected from the most desirable styles in the
maiket, which we warrant made equal to custom work
in fit and finish.
Our furnishing Department comprises every new and
fashionable article necessary for a regular outfit, which
will be sold at the lowest market pi ices by
A. S. SHAFER & CO., Clothing Bazaar,
Petersburg, April 28, 1852. 47
Sam'i. M. Wilson. Geo. VV. Grice.
WILSON & GRICE,
GENERAL COMMISSION & FORWABTJlNG
No. 11, High Street and Pierce's Wharf,
alVE their personal and prompt attention to the Sale
and Forwarding of Produce and Merchandize of
very' description, and make liberal consignments.
Geo. W. Mordecai, Esq., Raleigh.
Messrs. W. H. & R. S. Tucker, Raleigh.
" King, Thomas & Barrow, Louislmrg.
" R. N. & D. C. Herndon, Oxford.
Hon. VVeldon N. Edwards, Warren County.
Col. S. S. Royster, Granville.
Messrs. Jno. White- & Co., Warrenton.
" Montgomery & Plummer, do.
Col. Walter Gwynn, Ch'f Eng. Central Rail Road.
May 2, 1853. , 48 ly.
PETER W. HLVTOJT,
Commsssion & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 1, 2 &'3, B0THEEYS' WHARF,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to the sale of Flour,
Cotton, Tobacco and other Produce.
Advances made on consignments.
. Strict attention paid to forwarding and receiving mcr
Maj. Chas. L. Hinton, Raleigh.
George W. Haywood, Esq., Raleigh,
J. B. G. Roulhac, Esq., Raleigh,
William Plummer, Esq., Warrenton.
April 19, 1853. 44 w.6m.
North Carolina manufactures.
BATTLE A SON, Are still manufacturing, at
the ROCKY MOUNT MILLS, N. C. about
300,000 lbs. Cotton Yams, 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
TT r ; .....
ii. v., win receive prompt attention. -
February,' 1852; ' " i ' 29 ty.
Fine - Table Cutlery. One sett Ivory Han
dled Balance Knives and Forks. 61 ds. V
Ivory Handled Carvers and Forks, ,
Do, . Butter Knives.,- r.i !.. , . j . ..t,.; j
Also a good Jot of Weeding.Hoes. For sale by,
April 25, 1853.
Gaudies I Caudles ! f A supply of ! Sperm and
-Adamantine Cancles, -very eood and ') Tdoced
pricesmay be had of ' ' P. PESCUD.
eoruary zzaisoa. ; . :. .
W EST ST. RALEIGH , : N ORTILC AROLINA,
SILAS BTJENS, PROPELETOK, "
Steam Engines & General Machinist.
THE aliove establishment has been 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.
' 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 Kaleigh and Uaston Kail Koad will en
able me to fill with dispatch and punctuality all orders
after the 1st of July. c
The following certificate will show the character of the
work executed at the above' Works:
ArBRT, Cumberland, May 15, 1852.
Mr. Silas Burks,
Dear Sir: Our Engine and Mills, made at
your shops, have been at work nearly two months, and
tuny meet our expectations. mer,soisK, as to finish
uuu i bhhu i b, aim uuni. , ..-
e : . o.-. e - i fl
lienor iu nunc in me oiaie oi iiie-tnmc um aiauo ukic
elsewhere. 1 he Mills run with a smoothness ana
speed truly astonishing. In ordinary sawing we cut in
a common sized lug, 1 foot in 3j seconds or 16 feet per
minute. Wc have run, however, through an 18 feet log
in 31 seconds or at the rate of 33 feet per minute, by
running to the top speed wc 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, fee,
JONES & BARBEE.
JuneS, 1852. 59-
N. C. Fashionable Jewelry Store.
PALMER & RAMSAY,
COED AND SILVER WATCHES,
All Kinds of Jewelry, of the Latest Stles,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE, CUTLERY,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Clocks.
THE subscribers are receiving their Fall
purchase, which is one of the most 'extensive
ever offered for sale in the State. Consisting of
100 Gold and Silver Watches,
Large collection of Gold Chains, Seals and Keys.
A fine lot of Diamond Rings and Pins,
Fashionable Earrings, Brestpins and Rings,
Braceletts.Cuff Pins and Arinletts,
Very large assortment of Gold, Silver and Steel
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Gold and Silver Pencils and Pens and Lockets, -Steel
Pensand Keys, Razors, Strops and Pen Knives,
Silver Table, Deserts and Tea Spoons,
Ladles, Forks and Butter Knives, and Pickle Knives
Castors, Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays.
Baskets, Waiter Coffee Urn,
Gerondoles, Coral and Card Cases,
Perfumery and Fancy Goods.
All kindiot Watches, Jewelry and Clocks repaiied
in our usual manner.
October 4, 1832. 94
rriO the Public Jl perfect Luxury in Summer
I and Winter. The subsciiber has on hand a supply
ot the best quality of curled hair, and is still manufac
turing a superior quality of hair Mattresses. He would
respectfully inlorin the public that he can furnish them
with the best articles in his line as cheaply as they can
be bought in New York. Persons from the neighbor
ing villages and counties, who have heretoloie sent
North, can provide themselves with as good an article
at the subscriber's, and at as low a price ; as he is pre
pared to and will furnish thein, at the shortest notice,
at prices ranging Irom $4 to $30.
Ai.sa, constantly on band the much improve'1, shuck
and Cotton Maftres.es, at the lowest prices. Also, so
fas, lounges, &c. manufactured in various styles,
pairing of solas, easy-chairs, and re nova ting old Mattress
es, &.c , done with neatness and despatch. All orders
thankfully received and promptly attended to
My Ware-Room is on Fayeiteville Street, three doors
above the Yarbrough House.
J. H. HARRIS,
Upholsterer and Mattress Maker.
Good Feathers taken at the highest prices in ex
change for Mai 1 1 esses.
Kaleigh March 1, 1S53. 32
TF1HE undersigned has been appointed Commissioner
for the Slates of Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama,
Mississippi, and Arkansas, and expects to receive the
same appointment for other of the western and south
western States. He is prepared fo fake the Probate of
all Deeds, Powers of Attorney and other intruments of
writing tohe used in those States. Also. Depositions to
bereadinany of their Courts.
As Notary Public, having a seal of office, he can take
the Probate of Instruments of writing to be used in most
of the States ot the Union.
NATHANIEL J. PALMER.
Milton, N. C, April 20lh, 1853. 47 lin.
STRAYED, from the premises of the Subscriber, on
the night of Sunday, the 10th instant. Two Grey
Horses, of medium size, one large Horse Mule, and a
small one year old Mule the mules both sorrels.
Any information respecting them will be thankfully
received, and should any person take them up they will
be suitably enumerated. JOHN T. KENNEDY.
Goldsboro' April 21, 1853 47 wtt
LEFT on the 20th of March, Alfred, a copper-colored
boy. 18 to 19 years old, well grown, 5 feet, 6
or inches high talks on the end of his tongue had on
a wool hat, badly worn, and yarn' clothing. He carried
off a clolh cap, and a blanket with other clothing.
Alfred has relations in Raleigh, and also at William
Turner's, in Johnston Co.
Ihe subscriber's Post Office is at Raleigh.
Wake Co., March 23, 1853. 36 tf.
$ 5 0 REWARD!
A FREE negro, by the name of Jones Mitchcl, alias
Jones KifT, broke from the Jail of Orange county,
on the 9th dsy of March instant. Said boy is a mulatto,
stout built, about five feet seven or eight inches high,
quick spoken and intelligent, about 30 years of age, had
on, when he broke from said jail, a wool hat, a black,
blanket sack or over coat. He, I understand, was hound,
when a boy, to a gentleman at Raleigh' by the name of
John H. Christopher. The above reward will be given
for hih apprehension and delivery to me at this place.
RICHARD M. JONES, Sheriff-.
Hillsborough, March 10th, 1853. 34 w tf.
$ 25 REWARD.
RANAW AY from the subscriber, near Raleigh, in
December last, a negro boy named Wilms Per
ry. Said negro is about six feet high, very black, and
shows his teeth, which are large and white, very plain
ly. He is bowlegged, one leg more crooked than the
other. He has a peculiar scar on one of his forefingers,
extending from joint to joint. He will no doubt attempt
to pass as a free man under an assumed name.
The above reward will be paid tor the delivery of said
negro to the subscriber at Raleigh, or fifteen dollars for
his confinement so that I get him again.
Raleigh, Feb. 21,1 853. 28 tf.
FROM Johnson Busbee's, a few days
since, a dark bay MARE, some eight or
nine years old, one hind foot slightly white,
and foretop recently trimmed. She for
merly belonged to Mr. Estis, near Henderson. A liberal
reward will be given for her delivery at Raleigh, or for
information of her whereabouts.
Mav 13th, 1853. 51
.Gauze ITJerino Shirts.
KA DOZEN superior Gauze Merino Shirts.
k)J desirable article for Summer ware, at
May 9th. l853. T; ; 5Q
! ' ; .IrisU Potatoes. ; r "j . : :
A FEW barrels of those superior Carter Potatoes on
XX nana price reduced to close sales.
-' Vv if a t it
r' - .
R" leigh, April l Ilh,: "1853.
BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. A fresh supply of this
justly celebrated Extract, too well and hiehv' n-
preciated to need any Comments, is just received and-fo r
sale 'at -V- "" ?---v m -i v s pr-arTTr'o
A supply in Store and fb
' P. F. PESCXD.
ijt-i,...:, vi-;- ... a-
y sale by
Afay 6th, 185S
FRESH DRUGS, vMEDICINES,
WILLIAMS & JIAYWUQD,
- ARB now receiving large additions
tbeic stock- of;.: - V- i : '"
Drag, Med ici ues, C hem icals
Window alas: Jerfumerif, A'e. A
from the most reliable Houses ia 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 V ealers gener
ally, will do well to give usa call before purchasing,
feeling assuied we sr all not tail to please Dom in point
of price and quality.
Orders promptly attended to, and particular attention
given to packing and forwarding.
family Meaicines ana rrescrijuions compounaeu ai
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 out
business, to tnerit its continuance.
Raleigh, April 28. 1853. 94
"Eagle Hotel," Chapel Hill, for Sale
THE Proprietress of this well known and profitable
establishment, having realized a sufficient income to.
warrant her in resuming the quiet of a private life, of
fers to the public generally the opportunity of bidding
for 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 inform.ition.
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 6uch
or even a greater number of 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
and 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 ot payment suited to the convenience of the
purchaser, are the reasonable demands for the remain
If further information be desired concerning the in
ducemcnts 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-
rpHE Subscriber will open a School of this description
-L in the City of Kaleigh, on the 1st Monday in Janu-
ary next, strictly limited to twenly-Jive pupils. The
Latin, Greek, and French languages will be soundly
school is intended to be one of high grade, pupiUwillbe
par.itory instruction in the ordinary English branches.
The first session will be one of Jive months. Some
half dozen boarders may be accomodated if preferred, in
the Principal's family, at $12 per month.
Fees of Latin, Greek, and Mathematics, $25,00
French extra, 10,00
One half tho above expenses will te expected invari
ably in advance. L. WADDELL.
February 5, 1853. 24 ly.
Tlie Best Work on Fruit Trees ever
THE FRUIT GARDEN, a Treatise intended to il
lustrate and explain the Physiology of Fruit Trees,
Hie Theory and Practice of all operations connected
with the Propagation, Transplanting, Ptunning and
Training of Orchard and Garden Trees, as Standards
Dwarfs, Pyramids, Espalieis, &.c , Ihe laying out and
arranging different kinds or Orchards and Gardens, the
selection af suitable varieties for different purposes and
localities, gathering and preserving Fruits, tieatment
of Diseases, destruction of Insects, description and uses
of Implements, 4ic. , illustrated with upwaras one hun
dred and 'fitly Figures, representing different parts of
Trees, all practical operations, forms of trees, Designs
for Plantations, and Implements, &,c. by P. Bany, of
Mount Hope Nurseries, Rochester, New York, 1 vol.
12 mo. 3d edition. For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
Raleigh, April ISth. IS" 3.
'PO jW JS IIC II A IV TS IMPORTANT AND
1 TRUE. 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 subscribers, in anticipation ol a large demand for
their popular Ready Made Clothing, have manufactured
an unusually large stock, which, thy may safely say,
has never been surpassed, if it has been eqMalled, in the
Encouraged by the very liberal patronage hitherto re
ceived, and with largely increased facilities, we are de
termined to keep pace with the onward spirit of the
age, and to use every honorable effort to deserve our
share of the "public distribution.'" Merchants visit
ing Petersburg, whether dealing in Clothing or not, are
invited to viiil our W holksai.e Rooms, now stocked
with every variety of Clothing, of our own manufac
ture, the most modern styles, and at JVcio York prices.
A. S. SHAFER & CO.,
Wholesale Clothing Bazaar,
Sycamore, three doors from Bank street,
September 1. 1852. 84 If.
PRINCIPE ; 3,U00 Regalias ; 3,000 short
avannah, all genuine imported Cigars;
3,000 Domestic of different brands-
500 lbs chewing Tobacco; 300 lbs smoking Tobacco.
F. MAHLER & Co.
May 4, 1853. 48
SUPERIOR READY MADE.
DAILY ARRIVALS AT IIARDIKCfS.
TU ST RECEIVED, 200 pairs Superior Fancy
March 31st, 1853.
TREATISE on the Adulteration of Food and
Drink, and plain and simple directions for detect- '
ing them, with One Hundred Recipes tor tooth powd
ders, hair dyes, skin powders, perfumes, &c. by M. P.
Byrne, M. D., I volume, 12mo. For sal eat
TURNER'S N C. Book Store.
Ralefgh, April 18. 1853,
Extracts and Perfumery.
F. PESCUD has just received a supply of tho
most choice and superior Extracts for the Hand
kerchief, and for flavoring l ies and PuJdinirs.ever offer
ed for sale in Raleigh ; consisting' in part of the follow
ing, viz : ;
For thx Handkerchief: Upper Ten, New Mown
Hay, Honey-Suckle, Jocker Club, Essence Bouquet,
Sweet Clover, Helislrope, Prarie Flower, Cologne, Cit
ronella Rose, Verbena, Clematis, Ferinas, Tea Rose,
Geranuro, Hedyoimia, Magnolia, Violet, Patchoney.
Foa Flavoring Pixs, &c. Essence Lemon, Es.
Butter Almonds, Peach, Celery, Gelatine, Cornstarch.
Arrow Root, &c.
Raleigh, March 24th, 1853. . ' 37
NOTICE TO CONFECTIONERS.
WE would respectfully inform our friends of Ral
eigh and vicinity that we are now in posses rion
of a very extensive assortment of Fruits. nnnfri;ni.
aries, Toys, &c, and would advise all those who desire
laying in meir Christmas supplies to send in their ord
ers early, soas there may be no difficulty hi getting their
articles forward-d by the Mail Trains. If delayed too
long, owing to Ihe grea quantity ot goods to be sent by
these trains for the Holiday's, some may be prevented.
SAMUEL H. MARKS & SON.
Petersburg, Va., December 15, 1852. 10
Office Wilmington A Raleigh Railroad Co'y. 1
v . WiiMiHOTOir, April 8th, 1853.
NOTICE is hereby given that a dividend of S per
cent, on the Capital Stock of this Company will
be paid to stockholders or their legal representatives, at
this ofrice, on and after Monday, 2d May next. ;
By order, fV-, ; ; JAMES S. GREEN,-.
t'- t i reas.; wii. 3ciC K. Go. t
April 14th, 1853.
N5Ifef?lentSafet' Fluid JLamd
AND LAMP FEEDER A new article, warranted
to prevent all accidents from the use: of Burning Fluids
Camphene, and all other explosive compounds used for
the production of light. The principle, adopted by Mr"
NeweH to prevent explosion is that, of the well known
"Davy " Safety Lamp for Miners. For sale1 ty i
"'"-"' ' . i--:- r" PF.JPESCUD,
Febroary 22d, 1853. . " . 28-J .
j SPECI A LEXPRESS NOTICE. ,
;.;-.7:V PARISEN KING'S k
NF.W YORK, VIRGINIA, AND N. CAROLINA
V " FREIGHT, PACKAGE AND JARCEL
; EXPHESSl. T
Per Steamships Roaitbke-Hd .Jamegtcuu.
THE Proprietors beg Jeave to inform the Merchant,
Bankers, and public generally of Kaleigh, that hv
ing bought out the interest of Dodge's Virginia and
North Carolina Express, and made airangetnents, with
the New York and Virginia Steamship Company for lhi
transportation of their Express Ho Norfolk, Petersburg
and Richmond, and concluded arrangements wiih
Meesr?.. H.,D, Byrd St L.O.'B Branch. Esq's., of ih
Petersburg and Gaston and Raleigh arid Gaston
Road, they are now prepared to tiaasmit to and from
New York, or either ol their Agencies. every descr'iD.
tion of Merchandize, Valuable Package, Bank Notes
Specie, Notes, Drafts, Bills, 4tc, with the greatest ex'
pedition, and at the (nosf economical rates. We than
spare no trouble or expense, in making this the popular1
Express of Virginia and Noith Carolina ; our long ex
perience in the business North and West; and ouram.
pie means to conduct the same, we hope, sii bet
sufficient guarantee to the Merchants, to direct their
correspondents to dispatch their goods throuth Pabi-.
& King's Express., We also wish it distinctly un
derstood that we are in direct opposition to th m
monopoly. Give us a trial,
W. B. PARISEN. , . ' " ProDrieim,
JAS. H. KING, j " f Astor House, N. Y.
J. D. GRONER. Noifolk. Va.' " H. D TITRvpd
WD.fOWNES, Petersb'g.Va , - Raleigh, N.c!
M l'. L.MAULE,Rich'd,Va.VrS
N. B. We would also ask the attention ol merchant j
at the following places Chapel Hill," Hillsborough
Greensborough, Fayeiteville, Salem, Cheraw, Pittsbo'
rough, Ashbnrough, and Salisbury,' to facilities ottered
them for the transmission of light packages by our Ex
press from Raleigh ; and all otders sent to our Agent,
H. D. Turner, Esq., for us, will meet with prompt at
tention. . -.'-M 4 f-..v. P. &. K.
$3- There is a splendid line of Steamers plying ree,
ulaily between N"w York and-Philadelphia, dailv at 5
o'clock, p. m , and Iheir 'freight from Philadelphii to
New York is very low. The Steamers leaving Phila
delphia on Tuesday and Friday connect with Parien
it King's Express for the South from N; Y. Wednesday
and Saturday. Merchants ordering Iheir good?, dom
Philadelphia, to care ol Parisen & King's, Express, Nfw
York, will find this a much quicker way - to gel their
goods, and at one-half of the' cost.-: ;
Raleigh, March 22, 1853., . M V- 39 ly.
WM. B. PARISEN has this day associated with
him, in the Express business, JASgH. King
Esq., and the business will hereafter be conducted under
the style ani firm of Pa risen Kino.
New-York, Feb 14, 1853. .. .
T-HE subscribers having bought out the entire inter
est of Dodge's Virginia and North Carolina Express,
the business heieaftei will be conducted by Messrs!
Parisrn fic. King, at present No 2 Vesey street.
NOTICE Having disposed, of my.. entire interest
j ,n 'he fc-xpres business, heretofore known as -'Dodge'g
Virginia ana norm uarouna express, i j
in rpcotnmenHinor in t hi rnmmuniiv nt tarcra Ilia .ni...
I . . ... J . f) t Ml UICf
j p using-gentlemen compo.-ing the firm of Messrs. PA
RISEN & KING, who have assumed that business as
' , "l-l
' LEVI DODGE.
Scieutific aud Practical-. Works.
fITHE American Miller, and Millwright's Assistant,
William Carter Hughes, editor of ihe American
Miller, New York, illustrated bv drawircs of tlie movt
approved machinery, 12ino. The Turner' Companion,
containing instructions in concentric, elipticand ec
centric tun ing, also, various plates ! chucks, tool and
instruments, and directions for using the eccentric cot
ter, drill, vertical cutler and circulai resf.'wilh patlern
and instructions for working them, , illustrated by num-'
erous engravings, 1 2 mo. Builder's;. Companion, con
taining the elements of building, surveying and archi
tecture, with practical rules and instructions,' by A. C.
Sraeaton, with 7U engravings. 12mo. new edition- Cab
inet Maker and Upholsterer's Companion, by J. Stokes,
illustrated, a new edition, I2nio. Painter, Guilder, Var
niiher, and Glass Stainer's Companion, 12 mo. Der
and Culomakerrs Companion. Electrotype Manipula
tions ; being the theory and plain instructions in the
art of working metals, by precipitating them from their
solutions, through the ageney of galvanic or voltaic
electricity, by Charles V Walker Hon. Secretary to
the London Electrical Society, etc., illustrated by wood
cur., from the 14th London edition, new edition. The
American Cotton Spinner and Managers and Carders'
Guide, a practical treatise on -Col Ion Spinning, giving
the dimensions and speed of machinery, draught, and
twist calculations, etc., with notices of recent improve
ments, together with rules, and examples Tor making
changes in the size and number of roving and uin,
compiled from the papers of the late Robert H.Baird.
16mo. 252 pages. The Year Book of Fact?, in Science
and Ail. exhibiting the most imortanf discoveries and
improvement in Mechanics and the Useful Arts, Na
tural Philosophy, Electricity, Chemistry, Zoology and
Botony, Geology and Geography,-Meteorology, and As
tronomy, by John Timbs. Editor of .The Arcana of Sci
ence and Art, I6mo. 320 pages. El wood's Grain Tables,
showing the value ol different kinds of Grain, calcula
ted in Federal Money, of any quantity from one pound
to 10,000 bushels, 12 mo. .
For sale by . H. D." TURNER,
Raleigh, April IS5? N. C. Bookstore.
Quinton Utley's Xooth-Acbe Drops.
FOR THE CURE OF THE TOOTHACHE.
One of ihe Greatest Discoverien of the 19 A Century!
FROM the numerous applications I have had for ihe
above preparation, for the last few months, tte uni
form success wnich has attended its use, its salutary ef
fects, its power tn give immediate relief in the severest
c?ses ol Toothache. Ihave been induced to offer if fo
those who may be afflicted ; with the I most coi fiance
in its virtue, and the full belicl that it will subdue and
give entile relief to the severest toothache wilhout Ihe
slightest injury lo the tooth. : I have got and can get,)
numerous testimonials of its efficacy some from dis
tinguished gentlemen, and all tiom as reliable persons
as are in the Stale, a publication of which I deem un
necessary at this time, asoneof these Drops when tried
in an aehing tooth will be worth more to the manufactu
rer and the patient, than all the certificates from great
n en that could be procured. .:r; v.' ; ','
The preparation is known "only : to myself. Every
phial is carefully put up by my owu hands in the Cilyof
Raleigh and labelled with directions for use, and may be
fouudaf IRA BECKWITH'S Store, on FayetfeviJleSf.
a few doors North of the Yarbrough House", and opposite
Lawrence's Hotel, where it will be constantly kept for
sale either by ihe wholesale or retail.- Also for sale by
the rcrail at Jane s Drug Store, Sycamore street, Peters
burg. Va., and at Andrew Belt's Store, Wake Conntr,
N- C. Retail price 50 cts. per Bottle liberal deduction
made when taken by the quantity. ; " -
To all who may have the toothache try if, and then it
will need no puffing. r"' - '
All orders from a distance promptly-attended to bj
Mr. Beckwith or myself.' 1 " .- - -;-
i ' - QUINTON UTLEY.
Raleigh, September 7, 1852. - ' 861-
MILTON FACTORY AND MILL.
B. BARRETT; & J. D. NEWSOM. HifJ
purchaseil Mr.' Thomas W. Holden's interests
the Milton Cotton Factory and Mills Lands, Tenement",
ana aeru due toe f irm c. Barrett, Newsom fe HoldfD,
will continue the Manufacturing and Milling businew.
They ace now putting ia operation a set of Woolen
Machinery, for the purpose of manufacturing
. uo,jb.v., taunts
and will also have two good CARDING M A CIIls
in order the ensuing-season, which will not only sffori
market for the sale of Wool,-but enable planters to p
Domestic Woolens, Cotton Cioods,
and also Wool Rolls of the first quality. -
They have in their employment the most experience
mechanics, and will endeavor to merit public patronsg
,v ...... , BARRETT" &" NEWSOM.
Milton. March 25, 1851.' 41
.; Baltimore Piano manufactory.
Important ' Improvement -Elastic 'Universal Tut
WISE & BROTHER, Manufacturers of Bod?
Square and Grrnd Pianos,' request those want"1
a first-rate Icstrument one that LadieV can perform
with the greatest possible advantage, that is chart
style, of superlative touch and tone, that will sUnd
concert tune, and - last a 'life' time,' to call and tee t
themselves a sample Instrument at the Agent's offi""
Dr.-W.--R. Scott's. ; '
' -These Instruments are more' in' general use in tn
among the first critics of rtnd science, and to wbc,
we have the honor of referring. See the ",anu?c,J.
circulars, which may be obtained of ihd Agent.' r Am
strnments warranted five years. "
- : , J.J.-WISE f& BRO.
it W " I -Vt Dt3F. R. SCOTT. Age
: Raleigh, Ja n. 1 1, IS50.j s.i .V0---.
MO FA i"S - PILXS i. PHOENIX- - BrTTt
Another aupply just to band. Tbo wn0 "
been in want of these highly approved Medicines j