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THE DRUNKARD'S GRAVE.
From the Albany Family Newspaper, of 1838. Died, in this city. Char lea IV Ames, printer a young man of tare genius, pre cipitated to an untimely end by the demon of Intemperance, Not long; since, voder I the influence of sober reflection, and anima ted, no doubt, by a sincere resolution to re form his habits, thin ill-fated young man wrote and published the following penitent and beautiful fines ; but, alas ! his resolu tion was not equal to the sincerity of his penitent emotions and rclapsine into his former habits, he soon found an untimely grave. We do not wish to be harsh bat still we mast say, that it is a serious ques ' tir'D, whether those who sold or presented li quor to this miserable young man, may not be justly considered murderers, at least in a moral sense. Mr. Ames had not only a fine poetical genius, but we saw, not lone before his death, a letter which he wrote on busi ness, and we have never seen a mora ale put or appropriate pioduction of the kind ; it was indeed a master-piece in its style, and peculiar fitness for the occasion. Mr. Ames worked last, as a journeyman, in this office ; and for a 'short time we had hopes that he would reform ; but these hopes were evanes cent, and are now entombed with the rel ics of that genius which, but for one ruin- . "1.1 1 ., .!- uus propensity, mjgn. nave snone lorjjn me vi uuuieub auu pi iuu ut us native cuine, which, wo believe, was that of New Eng . land. It is to be hoped, however, that the following lines," though their unhappy and " lamented author had not the resolution to live up to them, may not in all eases be as seed sown upon a focky soil. We cannot but add, 'what must be the feelings of those, if any teelings they possess, who, while they think of the untimely grave of the writer, recollect that by firrauJiine him with drink, by temptine him. in his own words, " to h would meet with welcome recep tion. On tiding op to the house he called or knocked, when an elderly ser vantas, he supposed, in ordinary clothing, met the summons. Is this Mr. Fletch er's residence V "It is sir." "My name w -, the junior preacher for this cir cuit." Tea. sir. the familv have been expecting you ; dismount and walk in." no, my man ; I make it an invariable rule to see my horse attended tr first : take bim to the stable ; get your curry comb and brush, and curry bim down I" The old man, ro compliance with his di rections, periormea me dunes oi Hostler. " wow give bim bis provender, and I'll go into the house." " Walk in, sir; take seat." Look ing round, and seeing no one but the old nostier, be inquired, rFhere is Mr. Fletcher r" Z mm.Mr. FletckerV His suiprise and mortification can be better imagined than described, but the excel lent J letcber told him not to distress himself, but let it be a lesson for the fu ture, not to infer (hat because a man wears rusty clothes at. borne, he must be a nostier. . . EEfilLIJ, EEGlLIl,lt. , WE would respectfully inform oar friends, and the Brethren seneially.that we keep con stantly en hand a laree and general assortment oi Regalia, mad every thing nunsissiy for Suing am Sam of Temperance Jewell, pare Saver at jib, zvanuzz. ... , Officers' Staff, tine, from 1 to f 5,00. .Marshall's Sashes, from 1,M k $4,60- . 2.. Savon's, from 1 to S3. , White Linen Collars, superior style and .finish. $5 per dozen. , . . ., Ballot Boxes, Marbles and Gavels, $Z. , - ' Seals neatly engraved, from S.50 to $5. i. . BANNERS Got up to order, from SS to $100, sod designs for warded M lor lue inspection or toe u when requested. Any article ordered of tb'n eabli!hment. and not giving salistaclion, may be returned. Address tour ordets so . : WILSON fc CO., Temple Gay St., Baltimore.Md. March 1 , 1850. ' 23' " Wdl you have some catsup ; asked a gentleman of Aunt Priscilla, at a din ner table. "Dear me, no!" she replied with a shudder, " I'm fond of cats in their place, but I should as soon think of eating dog soup." , ., , :. ... GRE1I EXGITESI1T. "HAVING permanently loeated myself in the JLJL City af fialeigh, I would give native to own ers ol - . Stress Mills sr Ptean Enrinea. however emplowd, that I will attend to setting np av) REPAIRING ENGINES AND MACHi- n r-KY, oiau descriptions and in aaty. part of the state. Information respecting the coat, application and advantage of Steam Engine as prime movers, will be raven, a reouirea. irrstuiiousiy. . ' Post-paid communication addrnid e me or to Silas Bonns, Esq will tseeive prompt stten- lion., . - -.. jjuexceptioottble reference erven, M required Raleigh, April 17. I860. - . Who will En fcfr" Billy Lsrkins, fybo is what may be denominated a spreeine character. once shook hands with Gen. Jackson. " And," says Billy, I give bim a piece of so vice at me time , says i. now, uener al, we've ejected you, and I hope yon will take good care of the constitution,!'' Says he, " I'll try, and I hope you'll take care of yours. - ' 55 AGRICULTURAL v tur Pnlatn anil fuminf I lnw tys be done in heaps, if carefully Smooth off a spot of ground from -water will drain and make a round V bushels. The best covering V clean, bright, sound, rye--nce at the bottom and put it ght and six or eight inch- rth up two thirds of the another layer, the bats Cover well ; and your - s . : - - rttrt for Klnrh. Tin the point of human- tie animals should I ;ive them sheds, or cart break off the t arth. ' t Enconraee Bom Indnstry T A NKVV MANUFACTORY OK - .Tarpentlue gtllls, Caps, Aram , Wermi, "As hte oi (hey can be bought ia JVete York. ALSO, Fnnneto, Strainers, Bung jfugan ; Tea and Wash Kettle, ia) a word, every thing that can be manufactured out of Steel. Iron of Brass. Have voa secured the Doors of your Smoke-houses, Cribs, Draw, Water Ropes and Money-boxes i If not, ean at WOLIEHINO'8 Loofc Mn- factory, and upply yourselves. .re you find of sporting Call at Waltering's Gun Manufactory, where you will find Guns and Pistols of every description, siae and price. Ifihose you have, are out of order, send thetu Hp; stud let hitn make tbsm good a new. He i prepared, at tlie nhorteet notice, w tepak Stills. Copper Kettles, tc v rTTT -41 1 kind of Machinery, .Engines, Mill-H SMC works, Cranksof wrought iron, au., repaired or made to order. v- - di Tools and Cutlery made and. repaired. Heady-made UUUUIS.5. always on hand ; also, Carriage Springs, Axel. Steele. j9tl of Ins articles shall be warranted. : All in (avor oTeneonraging Home Industry ,will please give roe aTaland 1 will ensure ntishtetion in every particular. . JOSEPH STDLTERING. P. S. Hit Establishment . ha been re, moved to Favelleville Street. RaleTzh, JV. C- Kaletffh, May iff, 1!5(I. 4U-3m illCDONILD & LYONS. NO. 113, BRQAB STHEET., RICHMOND, VA. RESPECTFULLY mferm their Brethren in North Carotiaa. that tbey keep eonstantlv oa hand all articles necessary lor fitting, out a Di vision ia werking order, vis : umrei s Cmbtema of pore Silver on band some Rosetts, for f 18, J20, and $24 per set. Officer's 8 fa ve jointed, painted and hand somely gill, $5,00.. w rule VoUars, new paMen 950 per aoaen. Ballot Box, Marbles and Gavels, $2,2t. seal neatly eneraved, witb do impression 90,00. Banners Painted, at prices ranging from $20 IS 91O0. CeKifksatesef aamnberahin. Ave., ate., fce. . Every article wananted accordiog 10 lepresen tarton . We have appointed ths Rev. Satrmel Pearea AND Bona and Daughter of Temperance Oif . EDITCD IT I. r. CART, Most Worthy Patriarch of the Son of Temperance of North America. PUBLISHED JULY 1850. It is sa Octavo volume of 320 pages, illustra ted wilh splendid engraving front original de signs, by the celebrated artist, T. H. Msttsv sos, Esq slso, Portraits of aome of the teadinf TerapsrSDcs men of lbs country. The illustra tions are engraved in the finest Mesaotint, by Messrs. J Sartain, H. S. Sadd, and Tbos. Doa ev. The Portraits are taken fruni Dsvoer. reotvpes, snd sre fsilbfnl likenesses. The tbl- j . Jdannfactnrins; Batabliabsrrent - i.i ' ;ia Ralclcw . -...J JOSEPH WOLTEHmO (for a eomber of! years Foreman in tbe Raleigh and Gaston Rail Koad Blacksmith Shop) respectfully announces to the citixen of Raleigh and the sorronnding Cotm Sicii.thM be is prepared 10 manufacture 1 LOCKS. OK ALL DESCRIPTIONS. . (inns and Pistol, CWriasre Springe, MiUwrk, Brut Ceutingt ; end in thort, any lAtng- iii JMacatne and JSIaek tmtlh mrH. He ts sug ruriso to exscdtk stu, asjifi- IN0. AT THEIBOSTin SUTICK . -fflso has on hand an extensive assortment Of! Lockaof all kind; as prases from 10 cent to- 20 ckLlai :-deekxls. an assortment of 4xe. Drawuig-koivesr ' Hatcinu, Hammers, Files of various descriptions, end a number ol articles in his line too tedious to mention. All orders faithfully executed at the lowest pri ces, and new work entrusted to his earn .will be and A.M. Gornma,. 8-, eat Agents for tbe State towinf is a list of the illustrations : of North- Carolina. Orders lor Regalia, tun. addieased IS) eithetof our Agents or ourelves,will oe promptly ana laitbiuiiy atlendeti t. HSVUSALD fc Ltona, ' No lit, Broad St.. Richmond. V . September 1, 1849. 1 ly,a SOLMERSV CLAIMS.- ...ves the folio w- . ,;e Claiborne : . that at this time the uze Dick Claiborne, under Csoed bat and enormous preror- uf Parish Judge, swayed tbe seep- ,.o of the North-western Louisiana, -with a potentiality and vigor that are hardly equalled at the present day by the Czar of Russia. As an illustration of the Judge's exalted idea of bis prerogative, we will relate a little anecdote of him. Among tbe multifarious duties and pow ers of tbe Parish Judge was tnat ot auc tioned He sold all tbe property 01 suc cessions in his Parish. It happened on one occasion, when the Judge was in the performance of his duties as auctioneer, in sellinz out the property of deceased srocer. that an unruly parishioner kicked up a bobbery, and disturbed the order of proceedings. 1 ne juage nneo mm nuy dollars, add sent bim to iail for contempt of court. An application was made to bim by an Attorney to remit the fine and release the prisoner, on the ground that it was no contempt of -court, as the Judze when fulfilling the duties of an auclioner. was not a court, and therefore not an object of contempt. Tbe Judge immediately drew himself up witb all his disrnitv snd conscious power, and re plied. " Sir, I'll let you know that I am Judge of this parish; Judge all the time Judge from tbe rising of the sua to the going down thereof, and at tuch, always an object ot contempt. " A5CD0TB OF J6H FLBTCHE A young minister of the Wesleyan Chuich in Ensland. received his first appoint ment to tbe circuit including the town of Madeley, at that time favored wun the . i i.i r t. Tnv Vl.ik.. ministerial uwin v w. uw ..... i He was directed, on reaching Madeley, - to inquire for Mr. F's residence, where j. . This should h, or, intact, in I he corn was hard In truth, it is Ian out at all. d two feet deep. -As yon value I friends, de not I is done. If yon I m home from the I in garden mould .t let the first snow I stick at the wood- Mght to be. a can, and not put about half frozen. Winter School, and be good one. To do this, good school-hcmse. Yon f good teacher to go into rickety Khxml-hotue, nor t ; ana u ne aoes, ne eannot ehudren to any advantage. y-ch an idea of discomfort associ- . i the place that ther cannot learn f inally. dont forget this month to sub i to some good Temperance paper ; to jit round among all the farm-houses du ring the winter, and talk over matters con cerning your immediate interests : and any one baa discovered anything that he mines will oenent tns neighbor, make known. mericm AgricuMitritt. JUST OPENED TWO DOORS ABOVE R. SMITH'S STORE. , V RALEIGH, W. C. j ' 'T'HE Subscriber has just opened a Book Store in Raleigh, two doors almve Mr. Kichsrd Smith a store, where he oners to the public SCHOOL BOOKS. Of slmoal every deseriptisn, . together wilh large collection of ' " '- . RELIGIOUS WORKS. From the Pens uf eminent autiiors of the differ ent DenominatKins; also, STATIONERY, - Of excellent quality ; all of which he prnposes io sen on very reasonsois terms.- Any Book not on band at present,- can be or dered and received by the Subscriber in a few days, and he will be prompt to fulfil all orderu trom town or country. JUHH W. U'lNEAL. RaVifrh, Sept, 18, 1350. 4 rt. A ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW BOOK STOKIL r Slixfc. i,er woold sn- JL noonce j a :! persons having Pension or vlh-irorairnsaninst the U. S. Government for Military do-, Portraits of S. F. Csrv, HWFi Daniel H. Sands, P M W P ; Philip 8. While, P M W P, Fred. A.Fickhatdt, M W S, Joho W. Oliver, P G W P, Hon. F. Dillahonty, G W P, of Tennessee, Rev. Thos P. Hunt, Lysoan Beeeher, D. D, Tbe Rest, the Bottle, tbe Drunkard s Home, the T em per nee Home, the Widow and her Son by T. H. Msiteson, Esq. A tsioerapbical sketch accompanies each Portrait - - The followimr list of eontribators to the Of- ferUg, will sofficienily attest its character. tv. aerformed in the war of fj86. he "V are "tpressl, tor n.u.: tniswora: despatch. the wsr with break- Britain, in 18H.jhe Seminole Wsr in 1336, or the lale Mexican' War, that he is prepared to undertake the col lection of their claims, and will . prosecute them with fidelity snd Hs has blsnk forms of every des- warranted. Order from a disunoe will be auen- J y- rcnmm ded to and executed at tbe shortest notice. Hi Agent at Washington City, and is also pro- establhment will be loend at tbe Ra eiah Rail viaeo wun trie various acis ot tonereas, sood Depot. . - oown to tae very latast, concerning ine swim irepainng in ins line peiaumed wun aeatneas oI persons sffainst lite Uuvenmient lor Military UUanfBKU- iri,.jounwwiV".w SerVICCS. and Pisioli constantly on band. - JOSKfrl WUL,TEJUJU Raleiali. May 24, 1850. 4e-8m Mssdames 1 H. Si?oornev. Emma C. Etn- bnry, CM. Kirkland, Francis Osgood, C. M. Sawyer,' Harriet Beeeher Stowe. Jane C. Campbell, K. . El let, E. Jessop Jsnies, Mus- ,ss Phoebe Carey and Alice Csrey, Hon. Horace Ureelys I . a. Arthur, Kev. J. I . Crane Rev.fiichulas Marray , Rev. W H. Hornblowsr, father Xvlatbew, Jbauncey rl. Ulds, tjq.. r. C. Wood worth, Rev. C. Chapin, H. HaMinn Weld, N. Wilson, G W P. of Maine. PhilTa S. White, PMWP. of S ofT.of N A, Fred. A. Fickhardt, M W S.S of of T, of N A. Hon. E. thllahanty, G W r, of Tenn., Rev. A. 1. class of worthy eilizena their iost riehts.if thev will entrust the management of their claims to him. Medirml Mr4f Ctmtmtatien. EMcutioe Cam. The North Carolina Matuallaife Insnrance Company. 1'HE above Company has been m ope- -- ration nearly one year, under the ira- efitted mediate supervision of . Uf. Unas. . Johnson, fresident, tVu. D. Haywood, Vice President, ' James F. Jordan, Secretary, Win. H.Jones, Tieamrer, Per rin Busbee. Attorney. . ur. Uhones e.. jonnaon, Or. Wm. H. McKee, Dr. R.B. Hnywood, ' William D. Cooke, ' . Dr. William R. 8otnt, Charles hV Root. , J. Hem nan, Gen tseat During this time more than 600 Policies have bsesi issiied.whh an increasing demaad foHnfbrus ation on lite subject of Life Insuranoe. This Company is wotking under the most lib eral Charter known to Life Companies. Tbe Bib See. is as follows : - Be it further enacted. That the husband may insute his own life, for tbe solo use and benefit of I fancy Caamnen Psnu, eannot be beat lata aafifaa nr Iii1ms savul Aaiaksa nf ikn Jutk rlu. I " t I J ' . .1 i ia a - . I E 1. , j' ; . I snd prosecute claims of this character, he feef, KPOWF, confident -that hs will be sble to secure to this ' 7, ' -ott.. new vrieane, Aer, v. jj. r araone, at sjowe- ille. Rev. H. D. Kitchel of Detroit, Mick, Sidiliers, their hein. and legatees will be ben- i, 7"- r 8 tted by applying for infl.rmaii.m and advice, to v., Ch,e,r,'.ReI- .m' i1-0"; J. H. KIRKHAM. " ' 'Tl NJ 12 Raleigh, N. C. F-Cary.M WP.ofS.of l.efNortl Oct. 15, 1850. 8 if. "i- ' , r. LCI frit i ffjr HARDING'S Dreas and Frock Coata- 100 Just opened, of all qualities, well cut and ezuenwiy wen mane. Rev.E.N. Kirk, Edward C. Delavaa Esq., Dr. Chas. Jewell, Rev. Albert Barnes, Rev. Rev. J. Willis, S. North Amer Extract from tie httfodattim to tie Work. " Uor design in eetlisf: ap ibis volume IS to add to the stuck of Psxe Temperance Litters- tore, to elevate in the paulic mind that referm so full of promised blessings to the present and earning- generations. y Believinc ss we do that tbe lemperanee Reform is one of tbe mighty agencies to be ess. ployed for lb elevation of man, the improve- Busineaa Coats 125, Cheap ., , ;. " ""i.:: I mmm , r I SSSSSw IM SW.IC1J . UBWJ 0SlWHIf WM IISV UVIIUIII If" Tweed Coats, at a very low price. ..lu , .Ll i;;.!.J; un 'nt' litotions, and the moral and religions leaova- SonUiern Ladles, patonise your own Ms- osuuno. " KlJHfl'S -PIAHO'Sl! Hatiko been appointed .Agent for the salo ot Anthoev Kuhu's celebrated Pianos in Ra leigh, and the State at large, I would respectfully suggest to tbe ladies of the City, and others, who are just ontne eve ot sending to tue ihobtr (ijlor their Music and Furniture, to waits lew days, and tlievean have tlieir choice, of supeiior Instruments, manulactnred by the very best 'workmen, out of the most snpero materials, in me Ulty ol rlaltiiDore ; or, u tney are m a nurry ana will give me tneir names, and the quality tbey desire, I will guar antee that in ten days, they will bare an Instru ment, which, toth as returnls tone and finish juid No. of Octaves, shall not be surpassed, roa thb SAME MOHET. Mr. Kuhn has recently disposed of several Pia no, in die Cily and tbe western portion of the State, all of which Jve decided ssuisfaotaM. Having dealt some iu Pianos, those who leave choice of Instnnrent to me, may rely on getting a good article. , Arrival ol rianosduly announced. W. WHfTAKER. July 1, 1850. ' 45. years, for S-3d their value. - All losses ot the Company are paid within nine ty nays auer satis lactory proof n luraished. no uaiiiomia risk have or will be takes. Blanks and PamphletscontaiuingCbarter, Bye- WATCHES AHT JEWELRY, ... - a . Laws, ate can be had on application at tbeofuoe W"T " rfl Tl T T T '"S P"0''6- Finl'y whether our effort to r .1.7 l .1. a . I srtieles of that kind have ever been sold in this I. . .;.., ,u. I . w . wiuniytvi.nf vi uis npTliCICfl. I . , . . . i .1 wu ,o m hiiio w hi, vuiv jittciatuio Wl LIIO Ai,tuiioruK iristUMfAni - ."" country, promote tbe well-bemtr of society snd Jersman, George T. Cooke, W. Wbiiakes, M''e do,e!Bed to '! " "w ! n,e elory of God. shsll be SHtcceasful. remain. ng Agents wr .onu " . VT "L - " l" "e to be seen. VV hstever nay be the result, we J. Young, to, SoomCaio- ocenpied by Mrs. Thompson as a Millinery ee-Icou lt to the h,nd. of Mireoonlrymen, whh a. SIT.VFV VVATHHFi ! T ZTJZ eonscmosnsss ot being actoaled hy . time keepers ; tbe latest styles of G. E. B. SingeltaryjTravelling Agents for North Carolina, &c, ana a line. Communication should be addressed, nost paid.W . JAMES F.JORDAN, Secretary. April 10, 185Q. 17 ly. , e, ,. nniH n r, rn. it. rnnrxn r rrvs Stone Kings I Uold renssnd rencils ; Go Id uo "C" WMllUtffi6Sa4IIsI2 Si mmSAJm, tBd Silver Thimbles ; Smtls, Collar and Sleeve town. Esq. """ -" i i ! inisti lii itilii niiMtiwssif THE SUBSCRIBERS would rssnectfullv inform tbe public, that they have commenced the business of CARRIAGE and BUGGY M-iKLXU. ia Oe Tom of FITTSBORCT, snd an prepared to execute an work in their line, in a neat and workman-like manner. Those favoring them with their patronage, may rely on having their work faithfully executed. ana 01 isj Dew materials. GORMAN fc BARBEE. Piltsbom', Nov. 24, 1850. 13 6m JOOTMD SHOE HUR1N6. rj CHARLES B. MOORE would 11 respectfully inform the Citizens ol aasWHestJti Raleigh and tbe surrounding eoun try that be ha located himself ia Raleizli Jtnd onened a ihnn mm& aire Zttterotee't Hotel, when be is prepared to BOOT JVfD SHOE MJ1KIXG. inallita various branches, in a stvla snssunasaed by any workman hi this section ol country. The maerial with which hi work is put np shall be of the very best, his fits shall be satisfactory and ma nuciw uis cuarges tnoaeruie, in s word, no pains will be spared to please all who may tavof uun wun tueir custom. He respectfully solicits a share of Dublienatroi age, feeling assured that all who give him nerri- oj win try mm again. c B.MOOKK. Raleigh. May 10, 1850. ' ST. NEW STOCK OF Skills. Ijints flub llitrs To my Town and Country Frienda, THE Subscriber would respectfully call the attention of hi Tqwa and Country friend to hi stock ol Family Groceries, which he is deter-1 mined to sell on as good terms a any one in the place. Among his Rock may be found. ! M Bbbls. best Peters burg Flour whole and half barrel. . J 1 Hud. Bright and Dry P. R. Sugar, " bbls do do N. O. do do Crushed do j I do Clarified do 4 do Pulverised do 1 Package best Loaf do Rio, Laguiia and Java Coffee, Imperial and Blaok'l'ea, a flue article, . Tallow, Adamantine and 8 perm Candles, Washing and Fancy Soaps, 1 'Crane's Wash mistura superior article, A ftne lot imported ssaars diffeseet brands, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather ; and many ar ticles in tbs Grocery and Confectionary line. Givemeaoall.and I anf determined not So be undersold by Jew ot Gentile. . L. B.WALKER. Raleigh, Nov. 7th 185. 12 . JOB PRINTING, Really executed at this Office. THE subscriber has inst returned ftom the Northern Markets, where be has bud in a hvrge snd beautiful stock of articles in bis line of busi ness, embracins every descrimion oi nne aau cumrse wear. Hi stock for Ladies and Misses. comDrises ev cry quality of Slippers, Walking Shoes, whole and half Gaiters, fcc, Ac, and bis supply for Gentle men and Boy's, such as will suit the taste of all. He hasr.lao laid iu abrge supply of material in hi line, and brought on a firstrate workman from the North ; and is there lore prepared to manufac ture BOOTS, SHOES, Ac, in a style ansorpaas ed by any other establishment in the City. "All be asks is a triif , feeling assured that he Will be able to give ntufaction both in quality and South East Corner Capitol Square. Raleigh, Oct. 15th, 1850. . , . 8.- tlJ- bum; Kegister, 1 lmes and Standard, copy. REGALIA, EMBLEMS. BANNERS. THE Subscriber is prepared to furnish Divis ions of the Sons of Tcmoerasce with REGA LIA, ol all descriptions, both foe Subordinate and Utand Divisions, EMBLEMS, JEWELS, snd every article needed bv tbe Oiderof the ftnn, Temperance, at Northern Manufacturers prices. uu wununi h, am w tue oast materials. As ne is Agent for extensive Manufacturers at the North, tbe Subscriber is also prepared to have eaaensed at toe nneat style, UANajERS, SEALS, Ac, an! for which, orders an respectfully solicited. .; Raleigh, AptiTW, 1889. , ' ftrsoOwwr t2ot.8oftl.bealonaliivof "on ol a wicked world, we avart onrSelves at Blue Bmek, Brown and Drab Clothe. The piet- the press the principal medium of reaching tiest style ever otTeied in this maikct. the public mind to promote ihe precious inle- Also, i resiammt au vunce uie atanuara oi inn uou-iiks nne Fancy Cass. Fants. Our Stock of I enterprise. van i As incident to our oenera! desutrn : and to render the work more attractive and interesting, ws have introduced faithful Portraits and brief Biographical Sketches nf a few of the must dis tinguished champions of our hole eawse. There sre many others perhaps equally deserving a place ia our portrait Gallery : indeed, all who have labored devotedly, sealoasly, honestly snd E.L. HARDING A CO. Raleurh.0et.12lh. I860. 8- hut band, the amount thus insured shall be naid over to tbe- wife ot children, or their guardian, if under age, for theirowa use, free front all the claims of the representatives of the husband os any of bis creditors. -. - Organised on principles purely mutual, the tile I Ilesides,ti insured is allowed to ass animal di- W e lie X liOill A 1 1 . psraeverimrlv in this department of awrsl re- vidend mine renewal of Fieamma. vrtnitrn .r.n . , .-.7. form. shonTd he enrolled innar ihe benefsenn Slave, an insured fosa term of from one to five W reepe.u.., .unouuee 10 ma ineoos - . ..' r . - . "r. - , rr r-- . ana ine ruuiic geHerauy, inai no nasjust I . r retnrned from tbe riorlh, with a new and beau tiful stock of scribes a limit to our selection. " The elevated character and exalted retmta- tionof the eontribalors to this volume, will be sufficient to commend it to the attention of tbe P. F. FASHIONABLE JEWELRY; such as Guard, Vest snd Fob Chains : Cameo, Stone and mourning; Broaches ; Plsin, Chased sincere' desir to do eond.1 S. P . C AB.Y, M. W. P. Tbe work is printed on saoerior DSDer. suna- factured expressly fur it, and is bound in fin morocco, gilt sides snd rdges, ornamental sides DRUGGIST, PATBIIB7I1LB TRBBT, RALEIGH. N. C Otfcrs for Sale, von cash jw on approved credit, at the lowest it Asm raicxs, a lane and WBU. SSLCPTCO ASTOBTMIKT of EAST iSIA, McnrrcaaAitBAir.and Er nor a aw DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Fresb, English snd American Chemicals of au klas. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SOAPS, snd Stone Rings ; Gold Pens snd Pencils ; Gold tDa hack, from original designs 1iy T. U. Mat- Price, Buttons, Ear Kings, Gold snd Silver Spectacles, etc, t sney Uoods snd ine tintlery ; sll of which will be sold cheap. Watches, Clacks snd Jewelry repaired in superior style. Old Gold snd Silver taken in exchange. Uct. iu. bra. Paints and Oils, vje Stuffs, Druggists' Labels. Window Glass. Surgical Instruments. Drueeists' Glass Ware. Shakers' Herbs snd Rows. jfSW.S A articles: GROCERIES Sogar and Coffee, Do. St. Cioix. Candles and Soap, Petfumery, Fvney Articles, Fancy Soaps, Brashes, Extracts, Trusses, ' ' Leeches, SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. VTistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry Black and Imp. Tea, Beckwltb's Pills. . AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, Da. WiLarr'a Candt. Genalne CM Uver Oil, TOGETHCB WlTBVCVCaV AB1TICU COMPRISING THE STOCK DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN. April 19, 1850. X4 ly fa- Orders sre resnseifullv solicited. d per copy. :, ' : A. M. GORMAN, AgenL . McDONALD St LYONS-enemf .ftrenia for Jf. C. (exclusiva of Raleigh.) A riKB CH1KCB FOB TOCBO MIX. We want young and active Sons of Temper- nace to set as asenls of the above valuable work in the different counties of this State. Tbe work, in character,, elegance and worth, far surpasses sny thing of the kind ever offered, and win aouDtiess be purchased bv everv temrjer- News Confectionary and Grocery Store, 8 Voort below Vie tost UJJice. WE GRIFFICE, & CO. have opened s Confectionary and Grocery atom, in tuieian. a ooora neuw uut 1 Post Office, when ibev have on hand, snce man in N. C. This is a fine chance for and wilt set! 00 reasonable terms the following; young men to realise a handsome capitol by- articles : I ool little exertion. Fur terms, be. address. post-paia, McDONALD St. LYONS. Broad St. Rich mond, General astents for North Carolina (exclo- Croshed Sugar, Havana Do. Pepper and Spice, Copperas and Ginger, Brooms, aus.Jiie. sive of Rsleigh.) 2 3m Saleratus and Snuff; Myers' Best Chewing Tobacco. CONFECTIONARIES. Best Segars, Water Crackers, Dolls, Aceordians, Butter and Sods, do. r aney Candies, Citron, Prunes, Cocoa Nuts, Almonds, f ilberts, J&tglisli Wslnnts, film Nats, Fies snd Raisins, And every thing usually kept in a Confection anrStore. They will say to the Tublia that tbey carry oa ine Candy Miking Business, TO THE LADIKS. "jllJE hsve on hand every kind of CHIL H BREN'S CLOTHLXG, that we can sell ranch fhesper than I hey can be made ap in mis country, "uvercosts, backs, Jackets sad Pants attached and detached. Send iu your orders, together with the measure snd sjre. UlUVJiai &. PROCTER. November 8, 1850. 11 f RALEIGH CANDT MAJfTJFACTOBT. THE SUBSCRIBER would take this meth od of infonnino- Dealer HtNnv kt OAS nrocarea ine seniieM nr Katvsrin wrlr ana vmwii nwurur uiey an assuns uie puo- man : and ha made a 17 mat imnmvenunt in hi. lie that tbey will sell the best Candy as cheap CANDY; and be hopes, by attention to the M anT houa 'he place, and warrsut it to be) WITH the largest assortment of Gents' Ready business, to merit the custom of North Carolina "f01 as ean be made. made Clothing snd Fashionable Goods ever os- Merchants. I mercnants snd others, buying by the whole- lore ottered in Kaleign. Being connected tie would say that it is ss much to tbe inter- BS,S wl" " " w "lelr interest to give tnem a most 01 our iustomers sre aware, with Messrs. FM CLOTHING STORE. HOME AGAIN est of North Carulina Mernhsnhi in niin 1 Call. Candy Factory, as to himself. He warrants) Raleigh, October 9, 1850. hn Vatutu to be as good, ia every resnect. and as cheap as it can be bought this side of Balti more. All he asks is one trial, to eonvinee any one L. L . 3 ' 1 ,1 . . J . uiat us can ana win sen as ctietp and as good can be found anywhere. fIe ah keeps on hand a good assoitment of cr.ujino, n&tuiis, r.n"ravings ia Frames snd without Frames ; NUTS, of various kinds ; a ad many articles in the Confectionary line not neeeesssry to mention. - He will, io a short time, commence the man ufacturing of all kindaof FANCY QAND1ES : such as Sugar, Almond, Plum, Mint drops, sad Csndies for dressing Cakes. . His establishment mar be found directly on. posits the Market House, on Fayetteville Street. L.. B. WALKER. Kareign. Sept. J3, 1850. g tf. 7 tf. APPLICATION wiU be made to the next Gen owl Assembly of North Carolina, to have mcorTJoratea r lorence Uirassm. ro. is. Km.. i 1 Temperance .located m Florencs.Giiilford County. ZfSW AHRTVAIi OF WATCHES, JEWELRY, SXXfT 23 li Utt&lim tfJJLS, L UILEK x AND FANCY GOODS, ALL new snd cheap decidedly the largest and most fashionable as sortment, that has been offered for sale since 1837 ; no joke. The assortment is too Urge to enumerate, suffice it to say, esll and examine for yourselves. Watches and Jewelry, repaired in the best manner. Having engaged the services of the very bast Jeweler in North Carolina, tbey are prepared to make and repair all kinds of Jewel ry oa short notice. . . PALMER et-RAMSAY'S, . North Carolina Fashionable Jewelry Store. . Oct. 9, 1850. ' 7 tf. Scott, Keen b. Co., Manufacturer at Newark, N. J., one of the lamest and best Houses in the United States, sffurds facilities for esndocling ourbusiness which others do not possess. Let it be distinctly understood, therefore, lhat our Goods sre superior to any others ia this Mar ket. We are. our own Manufacturera. We import most of our Cloths, Cassi meres and Vestings, and pay nn second or third profit on these articles, which enables as to offer tbe same quality of Goods, much less than those Establishments whose purchases sre made from Wholesale Houses. We ssk only an examina lion of our Stock, to .convince those who sre judges of styles and fabrics. ... E. L. HARDING &. Co. Raleigh, Oct. 14. 1850.- . 9 DAGUERREOTYPES, TAKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALME 1 , who has recently received sll the improvements ftom tbe North. Be new worAs with law celebrated quick preparation . Celerotype, which is decidedly an improvement ia the Art. -His Gallery is in Palmer A Ramsay's Jewelry ' Store. JOHN C. PALMER. Hlaleihet. 12th, la0. t tf. M a Uct. 12th, 185ur ; 8-t.