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Morfheesboro,' Nov. 4th, 1850.
Bro. Gorman : I have taken up my pen fix the purpose of giving you a short sketch of our proceedings on the 24th lt. And seed I say more than that the great, the no ble, the eloquent Apostle ot lemperance, Philip 8. VV bite, hag been among us tofore noted somewhat for Intemperance, will, 1 trust, be more noted for Temper ance, good Order, Purity and Love. lours in the good cause until all are reformed. H. H. Your paper. Dear Gorman, is well con ducted, and the talent displayed in its Tjt columns is highly creditable to the cause tntlu nllif T ,A in view in writ.mir On it so zealously advocates. But how the 24th ult. the day appointed forBro. doe8 il happen that you permit such Whit tn aHdroaa tha eiriutnil nfth i nl.l":cu auffzerei enusions UltllDI .. .. - . .TT T- 41 :.! J . the abject ot Temperance, be made his a " i:wu .... I man a ja. a H I A . appearance. About eleven o'clock A. M. J"u Du'j - toth M. V.. Phnroh in thi. partment ot your journal, i have read nlm. and them lintonnd tn nnn of thn mnirt """ ""ociauic uuurwuua um unc mcv forcible and eloquent addresses from Bro. been "deemed by a sing e successful White, that it has ever Men to my lot to 7er8e- II wont d: ?ut. aU ,such, trash W ' The Speaker showed that he was a m the 'ery bottom of the barrel, and complete master of his subject, and handled Permit n' tbe Pag" .f yur really ab,e it in that manner as to win for himself the PaPeLr t0 b,e i0 ,ull,ed ,n (ator admiration and applause of bis audience. In.e my nonymoiw leuer mat nas v v " i ii!. .il ever been written bv a That might he again spoke, and his address, if anything, was more powerful than the one delivered in the morning. lie portrayed in tru colors, the desolation and misery pro- SUBSCRIBER, Halifax, Nov. 9th, 1850. The castigation given above we re duced by intemperance. He described the ceive as justly due, and submit quietly Want and wretchedness that reigned within t0 it, with the promise to be more dis- 41.-1 1 ' t 1- .1 . I 1 ' r u novel we meurui, m. poor uruaen- criminating in future.! EDITOR, hearted wife, bowed down in sorrow, and weeping in silence over the ruin of her once . OBITUARY. nappy family. Her miserable starvwe cnud- t:.j ;n iM.ok.rn n.t oi st.nh.n ren, clothed in the tattered garments of po- Van Buren poUer,of Beaufort, in the 21st J- pinwuBijr uggfg lur " """year of his age. was withheld from them by the drunken tath- Through the dispensation of an All- tner, in order that he might replenish ma wi8e Providence, we are called upon to Units' nf tjie Dmj, New York, Nov. 12. It is now a. fixed fact," beyond all speculation, that Washington Hunt, whig, is elected Governor by about 1,000 majority. With regard to tbe Lieutenant uov- ernor, the result is yet uncertain. Cor nea, the whig candidate, although on tbe union ticket, was not on the anti-rent ticket with Mr. Hunt. The probability is that Church, the democratic candidate, who was on the anti-rent ticket, is elec ted. Since, rendered certain. WISCONSIN ELECTION. Milwaukee, Nov. 8. In the first dis trict, Durkee, for Congress.bas about 1,' 500 majority. Milwaukie county gives 1.487 matontv tor Elmore, democrat. but the whigs, however, generally voted lor Durkee, which elected him. j In the second district Eastlan, demo crat, is elected majority not known. In the third district Doty is elected by two.tbousand majority. The Legislature is largely democratic, there being twenty majority on joint bal lot which secures an United States Sen ator in place of Mr. Dodge. NASHVILLE CONVENTION. Nashville, Tenh., Nov 7th. The Southern Convention will certainly con vene next Monday, in this city. Ar rangements are making at the hotels to accommodate delegates, many of whom have already engaged rooms. The Con- rum bottle, and more effectually work out L,v ,h Ia, ar, rihutaf rner. 'to the renl.'n wmJ?e penea oy ine previous their ruin and hi, own damnation. Then memory of one of our worthiest citizens ln'S tgtohisandieneheappealedtothem, and m7st devoted members of the Sons SUte, rlYXZTn Boston, Nov. 8. The democrats held a large meeting last night. Numerous speeches were made maintaining the constitutionality of tbe fugitive slave law, by their recollections of the past, and hepes 0r Temperance. And whilst we bow in of tbe future, in the name ot the widowed humble submission to this sad bereave- wife, and the friendless and destitute orphan, meait still we keenly and poignantly de to frown down the vice of intemperance, and Piore tne j0N 0f i0 nobie a citizeu,- rorcrer to set hdoo it me seal ui voeircuu- rr,nri onH hmihor demnation. And his appeal was not made Dunns the past twelve months, he a.ecla.nnB lnal 89 long as it remain in Tain. Twentu-tix noble hearts respond- l... been connected with the Beaufort ed 8 law " must be maintained ed to the call, and came over into the ranks Division, and with his membership, has New Orleans, Nov. 8th. Sales of of our little army. A great and a glorious 8ned a most influential halo of Love, Pu- Cotton yesterday 5,000 bales lowerquo- Bight was that lor the Uld Boss. rity and Fidelity over the whole Fiater- tations easier. Middling Id d-8 cents. Our own little Division, God bless her, nitv. Fugitive Slaves at the North. triumphed too, Bhe had met the enemy and He was truly the embodiment of in- A pamphlet published at Washington. completely routed him. Twelve months be- tellectual worth social influence, and estimates the number of slaves who have fore she had reared the down trodden banner morai excellence. escaped from the South, in the last for- of Temperance in our village, and that night His name was indelibly stamped upon ty years, at 61,624, or 1,500 annually he heboid to citizens nocKing up to enusi the tablet of every heart, and cast a and the total loss $27,730,800. The undent It now waveg in triumph over brilliancy of character upon the whole main element in determining these re. nor Town. On its folds are inscribed Love, society of which he was a more than I suits is the difference between the actn. Purity and Fidelity, and in its broad and worthy member. at increase of the free black population ample shade protection is afforded to all who But alas! be has fallen. His bonds of the North from one census to anoth- Beethe wrath ot tne destroyer, vye nave, ot union with us have been cut assunder, er. and what the increase wouM have indeed, good cause to be both prond and and we can only hold in sacred remem- been had it been confined to natural grateful. Proud of the great victory our brance the name of him who was an causes. The author states that the cause has achieved, and gratctui to our jjro. honor to the Temperance cause, an orna- slave population of tbe South doubles whose efforts have so much contributed to ment to society and a blessing to his once in 30 years. that the free negroes bring it about. Proud that the eyes of our family and friends. of the South double once in 25, that people have at length been opened to we The Temperance wreath adorned his brow, the free negroes of the North and West enormity of this desolating evil, and grateful And strewed his path with social flowers ; double once in 40 years from the natu in the reflection that our own little village tin sun ot earthly nope is now in darkness set, raj increase alone, that the free ne Unas redeenied.regcnerated and disenthrall- reaas amia ceiesusi oowers. groes of the South are the most stable A oUJN. I anrj least migratory of any class of pop- Beaulort, Oct. 28. ulation in the United States, leaving out t l i - a xt t : : il 1 .. . 1 J?. iu- nepuuueau ana new seruiau iu 0r ouestion their migration to other S ave please copy. States, that considerably more of the Ifree negroes migrate from the free States to the Slave States, than from the Slave S. 01 1 ., xso. VI. States to the Free Stales and that for- ed from the dominion of Intemperance for-1 ever. " TIIE0PIIIL0S." Hamiltob, N. C, Nov. 5th, 1850, Bro. Gorman : I organized the new Division in this place on Monday, the 4th insL. all the applicants except one being present. Bro. L. L. Clements did not Whereas. It has pleased the Almizh- ty-nine fiftieths of all native negroes of and without loss of time. .. I I .1 I. .... I.i oi el... l. f i" ., ! . i associate Dimseu wiin it, as ne waves iuc ty to call Irom among us, our late orotn- me oiave oiaies wno are lonna in iiie . i- i i-r ...L I I J . . . . .1 n. r . . i lUth inst. ior tyaiuomia ; ine ratrooin er, John Li. christian, wno departed r rec aiates were iugiuve staves wnen though, in memory of the Brother, have this life on the 29th of October, ult., we they left the Slave States, named it after him, and you can enter it feel it our duty truly to express in what ap Accipent On Friday last the estimation We held bim While living, and Engineer of the train rnmin. Worth rli. how deeply we are affected by his death, covered, when a few miles below Dud Ourdeparted brother faithfully performed iey'. Depot, a man lying across the track an mc uuiics ui s fciiiftcu, a uususuu buu as the L. L. Clements Division, No. 191. I am happy to inform you the best kind of feeling exists in Rainbow towards it, and tome 8 or 10 of its members were present and assisted in its organization. Tbey meet in the same hall. Three of its applicants were initiated before. You can safely take my word, that this Divis ion will number 20 or 25 before tbe end of tbe Quarter. We regret very much the loss of Bro. Clements, as he has la boured faithfully for the cause and has many warm friends in this county who will ever retain their memory of him. Yours in L. P. 8t F. THOS. S. LIDDON, D. G. W. P. Tbe officers are : Geo. Hobbs, W. P., W. H. Gillikin, W. A., J. A. Daniels, R. S., Jos. Waldo, F. S., D. K. Hamil ton, C, B. B. Raford, A. C, J. D. Gard ner, I. S., I. Holland, O. S. 1 Mr. Editor : The fourth instant was a good day tor tbe cause of humanity, as regarded and promoted by the Sons of Temperance, in South Washington. The day was beautiful, and early iu the morn' in? we could see the multitudes of all ages, from the man of gray hairs to smil ing children, wending their way to wit ness the presentation of A Bible, by the Ladies of that vicinity, to the Division of the Sons of Temperance in that place. It was interesting and encouraging to every true Son and friend of the cause, to see tbe interest manifested upon tbe occasion. At 10 o'clock the Division assembled, and after some preliminary arrangements in their room, and implor ing tbe aid aod guidance of the God of runty, i eanperance anu Ajove auring me erviees and labors ot the day, the Di vision appeared in their beautiful Rega lia, and after a short march repaired to the Hall, where an ode was sung by the . Division a prayer was offered by our Worthy Brother aad true son, a. a. At German. These exercises being conclud ed. a Committee of Ladies appeared, bearing witb them a very beautiful, well- bound Fible. which was presented to the Worthy Patriarch, by Miss Martha Croom mho accompanied it with a very ap propriate and soul-stirriog address, which 1 1 ... iu . D .1. wm responaea looyour normj uiui er. S. C. Carroll, in a very happy man ner. 'After another ode, an address was delivered by the Rev. H. Hines, of Wayne 'Which commended itself to' the better judgment of all classes, and the noble cause to the favorable consideration of the enlightened andi inleligept of every l TL . T . . . - . . mj. i no ladies in mat vicinity evin ced an interest and co-operation in the cause truly worthy of the imitation of their sisters throughout the State. In deed South Washington, although here d and Bt the distance a father, being ever mindful of his social wh his head upon one rail and his foot obligations, at all times ready to dispense up0n the other. He immediately used kind and neighborly offices, and ardently every effort to stop the train "lefore devoted to the welfare and happiness of reaching him, and oidered one or the his family; and as a member of our Or- men to i urn n from the locomotive, run der, no One Conducted himself more COD- forward and rlrair hn nnt nfr. wav ho sistently with his professions and pledg- meanwhile blowing the whistle as loud es, nor deserves a higer place in our af-hy a8 possible. It was all in vain. The fectionate recollections, lherefore, as a whistle r.onld nnt armi.. ihn ..lpenor th tribute to his memory, servant could not drasr him from the Resolved, That we deeply deplore the track, the cars enuld not he "stnnned J . u r i l ,i t t ni '. .. : - ... J . um ui uui ic uiuumi, i vuusii.il, 6e toD .h. uniortunate man's head as by it we are deprived of a faithful was crushed entirely off, as was also his member of our Order, a kind and obh- foot .which adhering to the wheel was ging friend, and a useful and good man. carried some distance. Brains and blood Retohed, That we tender to the bereav- Weie scattered aiound, presenting a hid ed family and connexions of our depart- eous spectacle. The man had been ed biother, our unfeigned and heartfelt drunk the day before, and it is supposed sympathies, and pledge ourselves to his that he had piacei himself across the lauiuy copctiaujr, iu aucimc, as lar as road in a ht ot intoxication. He was a we possibly can, by every kindness in man of respectable standing, and tip to our power, the distress and privation this time sober in his habits. His name which have latlen upon them. was Marshall Thornton. It must have Resolved, AS a token of respect to the been a severe Wow to hU familv and memory of our deceased brother, that friends, for whom though we knew them we will wear a suitable badge of mourn- noti we feel the sincerest sympathy, ing usual to our Order, for thirty days. . , , . mi . .1- Immchsb SirppT.iift nv Rm.n ThrM Ktsoivea, inannis proceeumg in re- . y 7 V TV . spectto the death of our brother, be steamers arrived a New York last week, r..J ., nnnn nnr rrr.rd shnwino- in Wltn California gold dust. The CherO- .11 .: . frr K kee's gold dust amounts to two millions the death of a good brother and useful nd the amounts chiefly in the hands citizen of the passengers, brought by the Geor- Resohed. That a copy of this Pream4l'a i,b9d U0U.) and tmpire t-ity, to New ble and Resolutions, to be drawn out by Ior". Dy uhe Alabama, at ew Orl .k. ts c . a .;d k th w P of thi. ea-ns. reach to at least a million more tv...:"" w- aZv..Ja it,.' e According to our advices, two millions aiib rlanipiarf Kpfttrior that wi mnv PVinrP I to her and her family, that the fnends of at PaDTam,a when the Cherokee left her deceased husband will still be their TXr , 6 -."i---"" -j England and Valparaiso, says the Her iriend. lu . i. . . c 1 1 i .. r ri Resolved, That these proceedings be aiu' S ' " v""' . . . . 1 . . " . i ilnpnin within Q mnnm natinfr haU" rr,m published in the Spirit of the Age at Ral eigb, and in tbe Communicator at ay etteville. C. W. WOOLEY, Jr. P. Rob't J. Mebane, ii. S. November 2, 1850. ifornia, within a month, dating back from the last arrival at Panama, will exceed eight millions of dollars. If such an ex traordinary exportation were kept up, a hundred millions of gold would be thrown into the market of the world du ring the year, exclusive of the large a mounts carried into Mexico. But this C... U.u.nw A l.AV nnmAll T4on. unui iiijnoAiif . a uuj uuivu ...... i , ,. , ry Manker, not more than 10 years of age, shot himself with a gun, on Swift Died Drunk. A man named Daniel Creek, in this county, on Monday, tbe Wheeler was found dead in the porch of 21st inst On the day previous, he bad Wm. Coble's store, in the south eastern got drunk, and it is supposed he com- part of this county, on Sunday morning milled tbe rash act while suffering from the 26th ult. He was very drunk on the shame which bis bad conduct brought Saturday evening, and was left lying in on him. He placed the muzzle of the the porch. It was supposed he would gun to his forehead, and deliberately soon get up and go home, as he had of pushed the trigger with a stick. The ten done ; but the next morning he was suicide of such a child is an occurrence found dead. A jury of inquest pronoun of which we do not remember an in- ced drinking too much liquor to be the stance. JVewini Republican. cause of bis death. (aremsboro tat. Latest from Sir John Ross". -&?-! traordinary Flight of Carrier Pigeons. We have learned lrora a private source that on Friday last two of the carrier pigeons taken' by Sir John Ross when he left the port of Ayr, and some of which were to be dispatched home in the eveut of his cithei finding Sir John Franklin, or being frozen in, arrived at Ayr, find ing their way at once to tbe dove-cote which they occupied previous to being taken away. The birds, we dnderstand, arrived within a short time of each other; but neither of them, we regret to be in formed, conveyed anything in the shape of a letter or note of amy kind One of them, indeed, which may have firfd some document attached, was tound to be con siderably mutilated, its legs having appa rently been shot awav. The time they were liberated by Sir John Ross is of course uncertain, but taking into consid eration the well-known powers ot night possessed by the carrier pigeon, it can not have been very long since they left our gallant country-men. 1 he arrival of authentic news from the Arctic re gions will be looked forward to with ad ditional anxiety, from the probability which has now arisen that some tidings may have been heard of Sir John Frank lin. Independent, however, of the interest which otherwise attaches to the extra ordinary flight of the pigeons, it will be regarded by naturalists as a most remark able incident. We do not recollect of any parallel to it. The distance the creatures mu-t have traversed cannot be far short of 2,000 miles, and as they trav el by sight, and not by scent, the fact is the more extraordinary, sir John Koss, we believe, took five pigeons with him, which, it may be remembered, were sta ted in the last accounts received of him to have been at that time all alive, so that there are still three to be accounted for. North British Mail. Mrs. Ann K. Simpson, charged with the murder of her husband, in Fay- etteville, last November, has returned to that place, and voluntarily surrendered herself to the authorities, bhe is now in jail, awaiting her trial, which will probably take place the present week. The Vicksburg Whig referring to Col. Fremont's letter, published in the Balti more Sun, says: "The letter or Sena tor Freemont elsewhere alluded to in this morning's paper has been published in " handbill lorm and freely circulated It makes charges against Senator Foote which be will not sutler to pass unno ticed." Terrible Steamboat Disaster. The Steamer Telegraph, between Phila delpbia and Baltimore, blew up on Fri day evening latt, killing and scalding 40 oroU persons. Temperance and Health. As means of preserving health, temperance has some distinguishing advantages. It is eminently practicable all ranks and conditions can avail themselves of it, in any season, or at any place. It is a kind of regimen which every man may put himself under without interrupting his business, without incurring any expense liverv animal except man, keeps to one dish ; herbs and grain serve for this species, fish foi that, and nesti tor a third. iJ.it man is omnivorous he falls upon and devours every thing that comes in hia way not the smallest iruit, tbe least vegetable, scarce a berry or a mushroon can escape him. Though Socrates lived in Athens du ling a great plague which well-nigh de populated the city, he never caught the least infection a fact which ancient au thors unanimously ascribe to that unin terrupted temperance which he always observed. For the Rice Trade The Newbern Republican states that the vessel build ers and merchants of Beaufort are fitting out all the small vessels belonging to that place, for the rice trade in South Carolina ana ueorgia. the planters in those Stales having determined not to employ Noithern coasters, tbe Beaufort folks are tbe first to take advantage of the feeling against the Noith. Mr. Calhoun Statue Shipped to Charleston. Power's statue of John C. Calhoun, recently recovered from the wreck of the Elizabeth, was brought to New York on Satutday morning.and was transferred to the steamship Southerner, which sailed at 2 P. M. for Charleston. It is carried free of freight, and the per sons having it in charge go free of pas sage, ihe tribune says : "The statue still remains unmoved in the box, as originally enclosed the fig ure is of the life size, clothed with the Roman toga and sandals. Tbe right arm points toward a scroll held in the left hand, on which is written the word ' Constitution. 1 he left arm was rep resented by the artist as reposing on a palmetto tree, but the arm, as far as the elbow and the hand, with the portion of the scroll it grasped, have been broken off and lost. The word ' Constitution,' however, a fac simile of Mr. Calhoun's writing, remains on that part of the scroll which is left." The Postmaster General has es tablished the following new Offices in this state : Jenny Lind, Chatham E. B. Emerson, Adolpb, " Wm. G. Harriss, Neil's Creek, Cumberland, C. H. Cofield, Cypress Creek, Bladen Wm. J. Parker. To my Town and Country Friends. THE Subscriber would respectfully call the attention of his Town and Country friends lo hit stock ot Family Groceries, which he is deter mined to sell on as good terms as any one in the place. Among his stock may be found. 8(7 Bbbls. best reterauurg lour wuote muu batf barrels. 2 Mhds. Bright and Dry P. K. Sugar, 6 bbls do do N. O. do 8 do Crashed do1 5 fcr Clarified d 4 do Pulverized 1 Package best Loaf ito RiOf Laguira-and Java Cnftee, Imperial and Black '1'ea, a fine article, Tallow, Adamantine and Sperm Candles, Washing and Fancy Soaps, Crane's Wash mixture a superior article. A fine lot imported Began different brands. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather ; and many ar ticles in the Grocery and Confectionary line. Give me a ealt, and I ain determined not to be cmdersotd by Jew 01 Gentile. L. B. WALKER. Raleieb. Nov. 7th 1851. Z HORACE L, HENDERSON, KNIGHT of the RAZOR & SCISSORS, jl.VD BARBER MASTER GEXERAL, T70ULD inform the publictliat he has return- v ed to Raleieh. where lie intends prosecuting the duties of his profession, and respectlully soti citsa share of public patronage. He hones lo be able to share llie business with " Professor Boots " aud others of the craft ; and tbouzh he is not able to toot " a horn, or "draw a bow," yet he prides himself on being capable of adorning thi " Beaus and adding beauty .o uie human countenance. Give me a uial, Gents. HORACE L.HENDERSON. Nov 13, 1850. 12 3t. Form of Application, FOR A CHARTER FOR A SECTION Ot" The CadtU of Temptrmut. (D.) The undersigned, yonthsof , believ ing the Order of the Cadets of Temperance to be well csfctrl&ted to extend tbs blessings of Total Abstinence, and promote tbe general wel- fare of mankind:, respectfully petition the Grand" Section or the state ot rtortti Carolina, to grant them a Charter to open a new Section to- be, called the . - . - - Section, no. , ' Cadets of Temperance, of Ihe State of North Carolina, to be locates in , and a- . der your jurisdiction. VVe pledge ourselves, individually and col lectively, to he governed by all the rules and! usajes of said Grand Section, and also by those of ihe National Section when formed. Enclosed is the fee for Charter, R. Books, and , officers Cards, 83,00. It most also be stated whether the applicant are members- of tbe Order or not ; if they are, of what Section. Thi application to be directed lo John F. Howlett, G. W. P. Greensboro', N. C. fret of pottage. To which most be appended the fol lowing certificate. This is to certify that Bro. .whoae name appears to the' above as W. f. erect, re now a Son of Temperance in gaud standing in Uivieton o. , o. of 1. . . Signed by the W. P. of the Division. P. S. All kinds of Regalia tor the Cadets of Temperance, for sale by the Grand Section. Apply pnslpaid to the li. VV. Y. ' Subordinate Divisions, Chartered since the Jlpril Session of the G. D. TilE IMMORTAL INSECT ALSO AT HOME AGAIN. We are in receipt of our entire stock of fIS.ef B!R, Embracinu black dress and frock COATS, from 810 tn 820 : hrown. green, olive and blue Frock and Dress COATS, from s3 to 820 : SACK COATS, all colors, double and single breasted, at from S9 to 812. wadded and lined throughout. made op magnificently. FRENCH S.iCKS, of all colors, something entirely new. OVER COATS black, blue, brown, green, drat) and olive in which we defy compulilinn, both as to style, make and price. We have them at irom Sl3to818. l'AJ l'JiL,OVJY!S all colors, all styles and at all prices, from 82 to 88. FKSTS of every variety.trom SI Wto3. DRESSLVO GOIVNS, Dress Shirts, Ua- der Shirts, Drawers, all kinds. GLOVES all sorts. JKJYJSX CRAVATS ; something entirely new, besides. we have J that is in the State. Our entire stock will be sold lower than the same articles can be bought fur, any where at the North : and as low, and we venture lo say, lower, than they can be bought of any North ern itinerant slop shop, located here fur a few weeks, or perhaps during the sitting ot tne leg islature. We are known in North Carolina, and will warrant every article we sell lo be such as cannot be found in an ordinary doming store- OLIVER & rKUUl tn, No. One, R. R. R. R. Fayetteville St Raleigh, N. C. Bee Sign of the four Red R. R. R- R.'s. INovember 6, l&M. 1 1 Cumberland co Onslow co G reenville,Pitt tar Robesoa co , Jones co Onslow co New Hanover 136 Barclaysville, 137 Kichland, 138 Southern Star, 139 Lumber Bridge, 140 Tuckahoe, 141 Jacksonville, 142 Moore's Creek, 143 South Washington, New Hanover 144 Rising Sun, Edenton 145 Trenfon, Jones co 146 Fair Mount, Randolph co " 147 Dallas, Gaston co 148 Catawba, Newton, 149 Unilr, Up'r Black Rirer, N.Hano'r. 150 Doctor's Creek, Wells' Cbapel.do. 151 Columbia, Tyrrell co 152 Excelsior, R'ch Sq're, Northampton BOYS' GLOTHllifc. 117 E have on hand the most heautifnl assort H ment of YOUTH'S CLOTHING, (mm 15 years of age down, ever offered for sale in North Carolina; consisting of Frocks. Sacks, Ronndahuuts. Overcoats, Pants and Vests. Persons, by forwarding their measnres arid sta ting the age of the Youih, can be supplied with out being present Suits of every variety on hand always. Send in your orders. OLIVER & PROCTER. November 8, 1850. 1 1 tf w ''ft . A I a 1 1?: E have on hand every kind of CHIL DREN'S CLOTHING, that we can sell much cheaper than they can be made up in this country. Overcoats, backs, Jackets ana Pauls attached and detached. Send in your orders, together with the measure and age. OLIVER &. PROCTER. November 8, 1850. 11 tf AU CLOTHI m STORE. L KALE1UH, X. V. AY IOM.S AGAIN, W 1 1 H the largest assortment of dents Heady made Clothing and Fashionable Goods ever be fore offered in Raleigh. Being connected as most of our Customers are aware, with Messrs. Scott, Keen & Co., Manufacturers at Newark, N. J., one of the largest and best Houses in the United States, affords facilities for conducting onr business which others do not possess. Let it be distinctly understood, therefore, that our Goods are superior to any others in this Mar ket. We are our own Manufacturers. VVe import most of our Cloths, Cassiineres and Vestings. and pay no second or third profit on these articles, which enables us to oner tne same quality of Goods, much less than those Establishments wjiose purchases are made Irom Wholesale Houses. We ask only an examina tion of our Stock, to convince those who are judges of styles and fabrics. i.. JU. IlAltUl.Mj sr. VO. Raleigh, Oct. 14. ia50. 9 153 Meadow Branch, 154 Gum Neck, 155 Mount Pleasant, 156 Morganton, 157 Boon Hill, 158 Person, 159 Fourth Creek, 160 New Hope, 161 Mattamuskeet, 162 Sladesville, 163 Press Onward, 164 Jarratt's Bay, 165 Kinston, 166 High Hill, 167 Harrison's Creek, 168 , 169 Caledonian, 170 Fair Grove, . 171 Radiant Hope, 173 , 173 Black River, 174 Sunsbury, 175 Facihc, 176 Onward, 177 Yellow House, 178 Graham, 179 Owensville, 180 Knight's, 181 Free Hill, 182 Asbury, 183 Black Kock, 184 Invincible, 1S5 Pleasant Garden, 186 Chockeotte, 187 Cabarrus, 188 American Eagle, 189 Fellowship, 190 Chapel 191 L.L. Clements, 192 Broad River, 193 Sulphur Springs, 194 James Town, 195 Gaston, 196 New Salem, 197 Hertford, 198 Reems' Creek, 199 Rowan, 200 Freedom, 201 Camden. Cleaveland Tyrrell co. Chatham Burke Johnston Woodsdale , Statesvillt. . Chatham. Hyde. Hyde. Beaufort co. Carteret co. Lenoir. Marley's Mills Cumberland. , Alamance. Robesoa Davidson Wayne New Hanover Gates co Wadesboro' Hill's Bridge Richmond co Alamance Sampson Wake co Stanly co Wake Brunswick Pleasant Hill Guilford co Weldon Concord Rockfish Mosteller'a Mills ; Chatham co. , Hamilton Cleaveland co do. Guilford Northampton Wake Perquimans Buncombe Salisbury Wake Camden C. H. ADVERTISEMENTS . HEART & L1TCHF0RD. Dealers In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods HATS, CLIPS, BOOTS Sr SHOES. Fancy Articles &c. &e. HAVE recceived nearly their entire Stock of Fall and Winter Goods to which they res pectfully invite the attention of their customers, and the public generally, and all of which are offered on the most reasonable terms. Raleigh, Oct. 23, 1850. 9 I. O. O. F. MASONIC & SONS of TEMPERANCE SW-PREMIUM REGALIA DEPOT.-C8 GIBBS &. SMITH, No. 73 Baltimore St Baltimore, Md., respectfully invite the at tention uf the Brethren of the different Orders throughout the Country to their extensive and beautitul assortment ot t fjy31 Regalias, Banners, Sashes, Cos tumes, Jewells. &.C.-CQ All of which are got up under their immediate inducements, and comprises one of the largest assortments to be found in the United Stales. Members of Encampments, Odd Fel lows, Masons, Sons op Temperance, Red Mens, and other Associations wishing to fur nish their Halls, or supply themselves Individ ually with Kegalia, will hnd our House otters great inducements, as we keep constantly on hand a large ana Deautuui assortment oi an stvles. (?y H.NCAMPMENTS, L.ODGES, Or DIVISIONS OI I the Sons or Temperance forwarding their Orders may depend upon the articles being fur nished in as good style and at as low prices as if they were present to select. Banners. Flags, Pennants, Stc for the different associations, made to order at the shor test notice. Address GIBBS & SMITH, Regalia & Banner Manufacturers. No. 73 Baltimore St., Baltimore. Sent. 26. 1850. 5 ly. (- VVe are the largest Manufacturers of Re galias &. Banners in this State or V lrginia and will vie with any other kstabhshroent in the U. S. Consequently weran supply yon with any article in our line, as low as they can be had in this or any other City. t. & S, NEW STORE, One Door Above R. Smith's Old Comer. RALEIGH, N.C. EVANS & WILLIAMS would respectfully inform their friends and the public general ly, that they have opened a store on r ayetie ville Street, one door above Richard Smith's, where they will keep constantly on hand a full supply of Dry Goods, Hard-ware, Cutlery, Groce ries, &e., Ire. and indeed every thing usually found io similar establishments. They present tbe following as specimens of their Stock : Brocade French Cashmere, Embroidered Silk and Crape, and Norwich Lustres. Chameleon Turk's Silks and Poplins, French Cashmere and Delaines. Chameleon, figured and black Alpacas, T - 1 1 . Ti l 1 ,1 I . velvet necK niooons anu Dens. French worked Colors and Cuffs, Embroidered Ribbon and velvet Trimmings, Scalloped linen cambric Handkerchiefs aad Gloves, , . Bonnets, Ribbons, and Artificials, Ginghams and Prims a large lot. French Cloths. Cassimeres, and Vestingg, Beaver-cloth, Tweeds, and Kentucky Jeans, Red and white Flannel, and Linsey and Plain Shawls, Kerseys, Negro and bed Blankets, Hrown and bleached Domestics, bed -tic king, Tablecloths and Diaper, Ladies' cotton, merino and silk Hose . Also, Ladies' fine Walking shoes and Gaiters, Miles and Son fine Pegged Boots, Calf, Kip, and coarse Brogans l good assort ment, Hats and Caps of every description, lUllery, Crockery, spades, shovels, trace Chains, Java, Laguira, and Rio Coffee, Loaf, crushed, clarified and brown Sugar. Together with a number of other articles not enumerated. The subscribers respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. They will sell good bargains for cashr oo short time to punc tual dealers. H. L. EVANS, JOHN G. WILLIAMS. October 25, 1850. , 9