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At W. JT. Bingham's Select Scliool. KBXT SKSSIO IVXIHO TH OF AHPABT, 1850. Clover Garden, Orange Co. N. C. ) 787 td-p. Not. 23, 1849. $ 'OW Landing, this day, by schooner Juliette, XH 75 bbla Pippin IK eases assort t Apples, cases assorted Sweet Meats, 4 do Citroa ; 20 do ass'd Pickles, 10 boxes Lemons ; 500 lbs Almonds, 50,000 Principle Cigars, SAMUEL H. MARKS. Petersburg, October 27, 1849. NEW FRUTT. By this day's arrival I am placed in possession of a small lot of New Crop Malaga Raisins. Those in want will please call early. Also 50 bbls. Pippin Apples in prime order. SAMUEL H. MARKS, Petersburg. Oct. 31, 1849. ' 783 BoyV Clothing. BLACK Cloth Frock Coats, .. Tweed Cassimere do Black and Fancy Cassimere Pants, Black Cloth and Satinet Round Jackets, cheap. E. L. HARDING. October 16, 1849. 781 Just Received, 1 CHEST Superior Green Tea, Also Black Tea, and for Sale by J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville, St. Raleigh, October 22. 781 THEY HAVE COME, 15,-tJtTo Principle Cigars, warranted to be genuine Eagle brands, the very best Principe Cigar ever offered for sale in this place. Also 30,000 low priced Cigars, put up in boxes of 100 each. For a good bargain in this line, rail on SAM'L. H. MARKS, Petersburg, Va. Nov. 19, 1819. 785 JUST received on Consignment, a handsome lot of Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Saddle bags &c, made of the best Materials and workmanship, which will be sold very low at retail, or to Country Merchants on 6 months, at New York prices and expenses from New York. A. B. STITH, & Co. Raleigh Nov. 26, 1849. 786 AB. STITH & Co., invite the attention of Coun- try Merchants to a consignment of Prints, Satti ncts, Hosiery, Twcedes Cassimeres, Kentucky Jeans, which they are authorized to sell to a punctual Merchant at 6 months credit and at prices lower than they can now be purchased for, Raleigh Nov. 26, 1849. 786 Cloths and Cassimere. JUST received on Consignment, Fine Black, Green and Brown English and French Cloths, French and American Black and fancy Cassimeres, of the Newest style, which we will sell unusually cheap. A. B. STITH & Co. Raleigh Nov. 26, 1849. 786 Sedgwick Female Seminary. THE next session of this Institution will commence on the 1st Monday in January, 1850. Pupils are requested to be punctual. Terms as heretofore. Circu lars containing particulars can be obtained on application to the Principal. . J. J. FINCH. Raleigh Nov. 24, 1849. 787 NOTICE. THE Annual Meeting of the Members of the " North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company " will be held at the office of the Secretary in the City of Raleigh, on Tuesday the first day of January, 1850, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year. JNO. C. PARTRIDGE, Sec'y. Raleigh, Nov. 16, 1849. 786 Tlie T?OR 1650, American Almanac, vol. 21st of the work; The Church- JL? man's Almanac for 1850 ; The Family Christian's. The North Carolina; and the Boston Almanac, for 1850; also Every Body's and Dairy for 1650. The above this day received, and for sale at the North Carolina Book Store, by H. D. TURNER. Raleigh, Dec 1, 1849. 787 Dr. Hawk's Ifew Work. THE Monuments of Egypt, or Egypt A Witness for the Bible, by Francis L. Hawks, D. D. L. L. D. with 46 Illustrations, 8 vo. with Leyel's Ninevah. For sale at the North Carolina Bookstore. Dec. 1, 1849. 787 BY the Author of Jane Eyre. Shirley by Currer Bell Also, a library Edition of Jane Eyre. Just received at the North Carolina Book Store. Dec. 1, 1849. T87 Hats and Caps. AFRESH Supply of Moleskin, Beaver, Mexican and California Hats ; together with Men and Boys, Fur and Cloth Caps, daily expected. T. A. MITCHELL. Raleigh, October 16, 1849. 780 BLACK Moleskin Hats, Fashion for November one Case Just received. Also receiving, Ground Allum and Blown Salt, Prime and Full Sacks. J. BROWN. No. 9, Fayetteville St. Raleigh, Nov. 28, 1849. 786 JUST received, a rich assortment of Silver Plated Castors, Candlesticks, and Girandoles, and Bronze Chamber Candlesticks. For Sale by PALMER & RAMSAY. Nov. 28, 1849. 786 To the Trade. T L. BURCH will inform the Trade that he con- stantly keeps on hand a large assortment of Tools, Lasts, Boot and Shoe Trees, Thread, Calf, Goat, and Lin, Singkins, and every thing to furnish a fp out and out. NAoember 21, 1849. 85 IOR 8ale, Dollard's celebrated Horbanum Extract or 1 Hair Wash. Also, a large assortment of all kinds Perfumery. Call at PALMER & RAMSAY'S. 786 Nov. 28, 1849. Just Received. BARRELS fine St. Croix Sugar, for sale by the barrel by A. B. STITH. & Co. 10 Raleigh Nov. 26, 1849. 786 Fancy Cassimere Pants. ) DOZ. pairs just received, beautiful colors, well made, ) cut ,in the latest style. Also, 36 pairs Fine Black Doe Skin .Cassimere pants. Belling cheap. . E. L. HARDING. Nov. 28th. 786 Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters. JUST received and now opening, a first rate assortment of Ladies and Gentlcmens Shoes of almost every description, from Philadelphia. T. A. MITpHELL. Raleigh, October 16, 1849. 780 CIGARS. A large supply of Domestic and Imported Cigars, of various brands, just received and for sale low. SAMUEL H. MARKS, Petersburg. Oct. 31, 1849. 783- HATS LATEST STYLES. JUST At hand. Oct 1, 1849. HEARTT & LITCHFORD. 778 Frock and Dress Coats. EL. HARDING has jnsl received a first rate as- fortmenl of Frock and Drew Coats of beautiful French Cloths. Cheap for Cash. October 25th, 1849. . ' , Toffar and Cloaks. -rECEIVED this day per Express Line, 50 Togas t r;i.V 11 ouafities. ' E. L. HARDING. Nov. 28th. . 786 Over Coat. , Pilots, 2 dox. Blankets , 3 1 do Bhck DOZ. Blue J English cloth, heavy Nov. 28th. La. Li. XlAlVixxivx. 786 GOLD WATCHES & JEWELRY. NEW arrival of a large and fashionable assort ment of the above just at hand and for sale cheap er than ever at PALMEK KAM&A x o jew- elry Store. The most extensive stock of all articles in their line that has been offered for sale here for years. Come and see, if you do not buy. ... 4 Dozen' gold and silver Watches, of all kinds, Gold fob. vest and guard Chains, Keys and Seals, Finger-rings, Ear-rings, Breast-pins, Studs, and collar Buttons, Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Clasps, gold silver and spring steel Spectacles, Gold and silver Pencils and Pens and waist Buckles, Silver Combs and Tortoise shell Spectacles, A very extensive assortment of Silver and Plated Spoons, Cups, Ladles, Sugar Tongs, Salt Spoons, &c A large stock of Cutlery, Razors, Knives, Razor-straps, and Diamond Paste for Razors, Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, Tooth Brushes, &c , Butter and Fruit Knives, fold and Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Mounted Walking Canes, Silver Plated Castors, Candle Sticks, Waiters, Baskets, Gcrandoles, A large assortment of Perfumery, Colognes, Soaps, Boxes for Toilets, Fancy articles, and Christmas pres ents, and a variety of other articles. All kinds of Watches and Jewellery, repaired in su perior style. Old Gold and Silver received in exchange. n -w m 1- n t "Bare a Raleigh, Nov. 1849. 785-tf. NOTICE. UNDER the authority of the will of the late Thom as Coghill, deceased, of Granville County, N. C. I shall nroceed to sell on the premises, to the highest bid der, on Tuesday, the 18th December next, as Trustee for the heirs of Sally McUraw, ueceaseu, iwo certain a racw of Land, both lying in the county aforesaid. One con taining 400 acres, lying on the waters of Indian Creek and Aderson Swamp, two miles north of Henderson, and adjoining the lands of Lewis Rcavis, Lucy Coghill, John B. Debnam, and others. This tract of land has a com fortable dwelling house, and all other necessary out hou ses, barns, stables, &c. There is on it 150 acres-now in its original growth, well timbered and well adapted to tobacco, corn, wheat, &c. The balance in two shirts and in good condition for farming. There is an excellent spring very convenient to the house, and Plantation well watered. Also another tract containing, by a late survey, 250 acres, lying on the south side of the Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road, and one a half mile from Henderson, all of which is now in woods, and well timbered with pine and oak, adjoining the lands of Samuel J. Reavis, John B. Debnam, R. P. Hughes, and others. The above tracts of land will be sold on a credit of twelve months ; the purchaser will be required to give bonds with approved security before possession is given. I shall convey such right and title as is vested in me, which is believed to be perfeclly good. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to visit the lands before the day of sale. For information apply to Lewis Reavis, John B. Debnam, or E. W. Wortbam, who will take pleasure in showing it. ROBERT P. HUGHES, Trustee. November 13th, 1849. 785 4w. Price of Adv. $4,.) FLORIDA IjAIYD SALES. ILL be offered at Auction numerous tracts of val V f uable Land, at the places and times following, viz : At Pensacola on the 4th December next. " Milton, Santa Rosa County, on the 6th Dec'r. "Euchccanna, Walton Co., on the 10th "Roach's Bluff, Washington County, on the 13th December. At Marianna, Jackson County, on the 15th December. " Lott's Mills, Calhoun Co., on the 17th " " Quincy, Gadsden County, on the 19th " " Tallahassee, Leon County, on the 22d " " Monticello, Jefferson Co., on the 27th " " Madison Court House, on the 29th " " Jasper, Hamilton County, on the 1st Jany. " Alligator, Columbia Co., on the 3d " Terms : One fourth payable at the time of sale, and the balance in three equal annual instalments. Persons desirous to know what particular tracts are to be sold, will be furnished with hand-bills on application to' the Post Masters at the above named places, or to the subscriber at Tallahassee, by letter postage paid. JOHN BEARD, Register of Public Lands for the State of Florida. Tallahassee, Aug. 18, 1849. 773 3m NOTICE. HAVING engaged the services of a Lady from the Troy Seminary, New York, I design opening a Fe male School in my own Family, at Henderson, for the benefit of my daughters, and those who may wish to patronize it, to commence on the 7th of January next This lady, from her great experience in teaching comes highly recommended as fully competent to teach all the branches of an English education, as well as French, Music on Piano, Drawing and Painting. Young ladies who may wish to avail themselves of the opportunity of receiving a good education, can find board in my own private family, where every attention will be paid them. My terms arc : For Board and Tuition for a session of five months, French, Music on Piano $15 use of instrument, $2,00 Drawing and Painting, $50,00 5,00 17,00 5,00 PRO. E. A Henderson, Granville County, November 13, 1849. S JONES. 785 td. Warren to u Female Seminary 1 1 iHE Exercises of this Institution closed for the pres- J ent year with a Public Examination, held on the 30th and 31st ultimo, and will be resumed on Tuesday, the 15th of January. The Principal is assisted in the various duties of the School by the most able Teachers. Terms as follows, per session of five months : Board, $50,00 J Music, $20,00 English Tuition, 12,50 I Use of Instrument, 3,00 French, 10,00 Drawing & Painting 10,00 Useful and ornamental needle work free of charge. No extra charges will be made. Circulars containing more minute information can be obtained on application to the Principal. DANIEL TURNER. Warrenton, N. C. Nov. 12, 1849. 785 tf. 850 REWARD. TAI Xiin ANAWAY from Matthew N. Strickland sometime November 1847, Negro Man Calvix, acred about 1 hirty years. He is a very black negro, and about five feet ten or eleven inches high. He has fine white teeth. He had been hired about Raleigh some two years before he ran away. Said boy, I believe, is lurking about Raleigh as he has a wife at Mr. Towle's. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me or for his confinement in Raleigh Jail. BRYAN GREEN, For M. N. 8TRICKLAND. August 20, 1849. 772 tf. E. L. HARDING'S CLOTHING ESTABLSIIMENT, Under the Telegraph Office. OW opening a larce and complete assortment of IlE.IIfV JIjWE CLOTHING, consisting in part of black, blue, and brown Frock and Dress Coats, black, blue, and drab Over-coats, Half-Togas, Cloaks, Vests, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Sus penders, Half-Hose, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Cravats; in fact every thing usually kept in a clothing store, cheap for cash. E. L. HARDING. Raleigh, Nov. I, 1749. 784 NOTICE. REWARD will be given for the apprehension and delivery to the Sheriff or Jailor of Johns $25 ton County, of a man who broke Johnston County Jail, on the night of the 9th of August, 1849, who was ar rested as Calvin Griffin, but who had passed in said Coun ty for some time by the name of Henry Griffin. He was taken on a Capias, charged with Assault and Batte ry with intent to commit a Rape. 8aid Griffin, I suppose, is between Twenty-five and Thirty years of age, five feet seven or eight inches high, fair skin, and weighs about one hundred and fifty pounds. J. H. DANIEL, Sheriff. Smitbfield, September 13th, 1849. 776-tf. The Latest Fasnlons Just at Hand. OL. BURCH has returned from the North with every thing necessary for manufacturing the most fashionable Boots and 8hoes that canbe made. He has bought the best Paris as well as Philadelphia Calf Skins, and now feels confident that he can not only make as fashionable but as durable Boots and Shoes as any man in the United States. Call ahd examine for yourselves. November 21, 1849. . 785 NEW BOOTS AND SHOES Oliver It. Buxch, Fayetteville St. 1 If cor belewfhe Jost Office, RALEIGH, N. C. WOULD inform the public that he has just received a large assortment of BOOTS AN u HliyiiS, compns- ing in part the following articles Ladie's Goat welt Buskins, French do do. ; v Kid welt .Ties, Fine Kid Buskins, Fine Greeia La Victoria, (New Fashion) Goat do. -A do. do. French Kid ' ' do. do. Children's Black Morocoo, do. Do. - Colored do. do. Do. Bronze do. do.' Do. Laced Boots, do. Boy's Calf Boots, Do. Kip do. 5 Do. Laced Monroe's, Do. Peg strapped do. Children's do. 100 Pairs Philadelphia made Gentleman's Boots, Stiched and Pegged, ditlerent qualities, Women's Gracia Boots, (New Style,) Do. Flesh Out, Negroc's Coarse Shoes, &c &c He reauesta all wantinsr Boots or Shoes to give him a call, as he knows his assortment to be the largest in the City, and he flatters himself that he can lurnish as good bargains if not better than can be got any where else in the City. V. u. uuKVtl. November 21, 1849. 785 FEMALE CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, Hillsborough Street, ra-aLXEXGrasc, sr. e. Rxv. B. T. Blake, Principal. Mr. Wiiuiy C. Docb, A. M. ) Aasistants. Mrs. Luct M. Pktkbsii.ia, Mr. Kami. W. Pktkksilia, Prof, of Music. Miss Martha E. Docb, Principal A Prep. Dep. The first Session for 1850, will begin on' Monday the 7th January. . TERMS. Board and Tuition for Session of 5 months, $70 Music on the Piano, or the Guitar, 20 Drawing and Painting in Water Colors, 10 Painting in Oil Colors, 15 French. 10 Tuition in Preparatory School, 15 Thirty Young Ladies can be accommodated with board in the Institute. , The design of the Institute is to furnish to a limited number of Students the means of a thorough course of instruction in the Classics. Being a private enterprise and having nothing to sustain it but its own merits. care has been taken to secure the assistance of Professors and Teachers who are of acknowledged abilities and long experience in their several departments. For further particulars address the Principal. Raleigh, Nov. 26th, 1849. 787 OREGON! TEXAS! CALIFORNIA! A 'iT'ISHING to move to one of the above countries I f T offer for sale that w.-H known stand where I now reside, known as Roger's or Winn's X Roads, 15 miles Northwest of Raleigh, containing about 450 acres of Land, Two thirds still in forest. There are on it a comfortable Dwelling House, a large and convenient Store House, a large Gin house, Blacksmith shop, Post Office room and other necessary out houses, good water, and is one among the handsomest situations in the county, high, healthy, and a desirable place to live at, and no doubt but as good a country stand as any. l also otter my plantation tracK a miles north, on Neuse River and Big Lick creek, containing 512 acres, about 400 acres bottom Land and about one half of the tract still in forest, about half of the bottom Land heavi ly timbered, the balance well inclosed. This tract lying in the bend of the Kiver, is truly rich and valuable, ordi- nary houses, good water. Persons wishing to settle themselves permanently in this country will do well to see my lands before purchas ing elsewhere ; as I am determined to leave this country, I will sell the above lands cheap no mistake. Come and see, if you want a bargain. ROBERT N. JEFFREYS. Wake N. C, Feb. 18, 1849. 749 tch. THE health of thousands has been restored by medicine when all other remedies have failed. this It is entirely a vegetable preparation, and may be taken by any one with perfect safety to the most delicate con stitution. Its operations not simply to suspend the Jf seaoe for a time, but to purify the system and restore it to sound and perfect health. It was prepared bv a regu lar physician and is the result of an extensive practice of several years in a bilious climate. Numerous certificates, from men of the highest res pectability, testifying to the great efficacy of this medi cine can oe seen on application to the undersigned. Also a small treatise on the causes, treatment, and cure of Fe ver and Ague and other diseases of billious characters : containing much valuable information, may be had gratis el WILLIAMS. HAYWOOD. v. CO. Agent, for Raleigh and vicinity. S. J. Hinsdaxk, Druggist, Agt. for Fayetteville, &c. naieign, jury 765 6m. Manufacturing Establishment. For a number of years Foreman of the Raleigli and Oast on Kail Koad Shop. TT ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Ji.tt'Kaleigh and the surrounding country, that he is now preparea io manuiacture Locks, of all descriptions. Guns and Pistols, Edee- m I'll rir I- v . . o Amis, jriwvvvTK, sr ass uasitnes, L-arrtage Springs, and in short anything tn Machine and Blacksmith Work. He is also prepared to execute Bell-Haneine at the shortest notice. Also, has on hand an extensive assort ment of Locks of all kinds, prices from 10 cents to &20. n.ag ioois, Axes, Drawing Knives, Hatchets, Ham- ah oraers laimiuuy execuiea ar tne lowest prices. aii i f. r it f .11.. i . . . ana new worK entrusiea io nis care will be warranted. . . .. .... Repairing in his line performed with neatness and dee- patch. Also a general assortment of Guns and Pistols. His Establishment will be found at the Raleieh Rail noaa uepoi. Raleigh, March 28, 1849. 751 University. rlHE annnal meeting of the Trustees of the University JL oi .worm Carolina, will be held at the Executive Office on Thursday, the 13th day of December next. At this meeting the Board of Trustees will proceed to Gil the vacancy in the rrotessorship of Khetonc, Logic, esc, occurring by the resignation of Rev. Dr. Wm. M. Green. By order, L. HINTON, Sec'y. 785 td. Raleigh, Nov. 21, 1849. NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE. MRS. WOLTERING would respectfully announce to the citizens of Raleigh that she keeps constant ly on hand a general assortmenr of Confectionaries. Fancy Goods, Groceries of every description, &c. Sec. which will be disposed of at prices to suit the times. ' As she is determined to give satisfaction to her cus tomers, she respectfully solicits a share of public patro nage. Her Confectionary maybe found near the Ra- eigh Rail Road Depot. ' Raleigh, March 1849. . Prof. Howe's New Work. rpHE Practical Elocutionist, Reader and Sneaker, de- signed for the use of Colleges, Academies, and hieh ocnoois, Dy jonn w. h. how's, compiler of the 8hakes- perian Keader, and Prof, of Elocution in Columbia Col lege. Just published and for sale by H. D. TURNER. Dec. 1, 1849. 787 NOTICE. ALL persons are hereby warned against hunting on my land, near Raleigh, with does and tuns, as I am determined rigorously to enforce the law against those wno may uo so nereaiter. JERE : NIXON. November 22, 1849. 786 3t, NEWFALL AND WINTEIl. GOODS, .. For XS4. . L V. . 3 .! - anA Winter THE Subscriber having receiveu u " Goods which were selected by himself pereowtfr W .t .1.1 m;- Mn-illv to examine his assortment, and the public generally to examine m j which he flatter nimseii is not urjwx . . ..m.hrax and of various fluauues, as S aVTtherosrhjonable kinds, will bedisposed of on as moderate terms as any house in . Considering it unnecessary to enumerate every article he ould merely state a few of the leading ones, which embraS a variety tf Fancy CloAranmere. Of all shades, with some Superb Castor Cloths, of vari ous colors, suitable for ove-Coats, a well selected assortment of Fancy Silk and ! Satin Ves tings for parties, also Woollen' Vesting of the latest styles, for winter wear. -He would also call the parUc; nlar attention of the public to his assortment of Black French Cloths, Cassimers and Doe. Skins. He has just received an addition to his assortment of Fancy Articles comprising Black Fancy Silk and Satin Cravats, ; Silk and Wollen Under-Shirts, Dress Shirts, (superior articles) Silk, Cotton, and Woollen Drawers, with all other arti cles of comfort or convenience that can be found in sim ilar establishments. . For the satisfaction of any who may have an idea o purchasing, I will furnish a good Black Dress Coat, vary inr from 8U8 and upwards to 33, for the best, and I nnA fit warranted in all cases, or no sale. Gentlemen furnishine their own materials may rest I assured of having their work done in the most iasnionaDie manner, witn nearness ana aespuvcu, auu, . - term a as any house in the City. - Trulv thankful for the encouragement he has hitherto ... . i 3 ..V n tltA co m e received, no effort on his part shall be spared to merit its continuance. . , N. B. Orders from a distance thankfully received ana promptly attended to. The London ana fans lasnions iuBt received, and the reports monthly. ' THUS. It. r XjIM A IVXiOO, Merchant Tailor, One door North of the Post Office, Raleigh, Nov. 21, 1849. 785 4t. TO correct an erroneous impression which has been circulated abroad" much to the disparagement of my abil ities, to say nothing of the injury my business has sus tained by reports which have been slanderously put in circulation by some prejudiced people, that I was not capable of cutting a Coat, I have come to the conclusion to notice it. Notwithstanding such reports, and for the information of the public, after the lapse of 8 or 9 years in which I have been engaged in the business in Raleigh, I consider myself to have been as fortunate in t lttliig in the Coat line, as any similar Establishment North or South ; from the fact, that in that space of time, I have not had three Coats returned. Should this meet the eye of any who have been under the impression mentioned above, they may rest assured when disposed to give me a rial, that, if I do not fit them, and with as little trouble, as well as can be done in any other House in the State, then I will say no more, and ask no further patronage. 1 . K. JtiiN TKJSSS. Raleigh, Nov. 21, 1849. 785 ' Register and Star insert 4 times. CIRCULAR OF THE F0RESTVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY. rriHE Academic year is divided into two Sessions o I five months ; the Spring session commencing tue l6t Monday in January, and the Fall Session 1st Monday . mm .1 f T , t 1 in July. 1 tie motuns oi June ana uccemoer win oe vacations- The above are permanent arrangements, and those who propose patronizing the School, will please bear them in mind. The Academy is built expressly for teaching, and 75 or 100 girls can readily be accommoda ted. Mrs. Crkxsuaw, Principal, aided by a Lady of ex perience and competency. Prof. Wm. H. Owen has consented to instruct a class in French or Latin. Board Tuition, &c-,can be had on as reasonable terms as in any Village in the middle or eastern Counties of the State. Pupils charged from the time of entering and no deduction. except in case of protracted illness. ' A fter a Pupil has en tered she will be bound for the Session, and no deductions only in particular cases, and by express consent of the Principal. It is very important that the' student enter at the commencement of the Session and be entirely punctual in attendance through the term. Tuition to be paid promptly at the close of each Session. Forestville is situated directly on the Kau Koad, 15 miles North of Raleigh, and is proverbial for its hcalthi ness, morality, and the intelligence of the inhabitants in and circumjacent to it. Six or eight girl can obtain board, including Washing, Fuel and Lights with the Teacher, at $7,50 per month: Should farther particu lars be desired, address JAMES S. PURIFY, Sec'y. December 6th, 1849. 787 5t. Raleigh Register, Biblical Recorder, and Religious & General Intelligencer, Wilmington, each 5 weeks. FRESH ARRIVAL. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Y AM now opening my usual assortment of Goods for I the Season, comprising in part, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Plain and Printed Cashmeres, Plain French Marino, Black Alpacca, Black French Bombazine, Black Cashmeres, Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs. lOO Pieces Calico of all Shades. English Ruly Prints, Gala Plaids for Children, Cotton and Silk Hose and half Hose, Bonnet Cap and Tapistry Kibbons, Bobbins, 1 apes, Worsted Braids, Velvet Trim mings, Combs, crushes, Soap, Uologn Water, &c. 100 pieees Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Brown and Bleached Jeans, Osnaburgs, Marlboro Stripes, and Apron Checks, Linseys Kentucky Jeans, Diaper Irish Linen, 5-4 12-4 Bleached Shirting, White and Red Flannels, and Patent Welch Flannels. 500 pair Shoes, of Heavy and Kip Brosrans, for Men and Boys, Womens Leather Bootees and Shoes. Ladies Misses and Childrcns Shoes and Bootees, a general as sortment. Kerseys and Blankets, Hardware and Cutlery. Crockery Groceries of all Kinds, Ground Allum and Blown Salt, Serm Candles, Cotton Bagging and Bale Rope, Twine. ureen and Black, Uotton and Silk Umbrellas, Moleskin, Fur and Wool Hats, Boys and Mens Caps, Nails and Brads. For Sale by J. BROWN. No. 9, Fayetteville St. Raleigh, October 15. 780 Co-Partnership Dissolved. THE Co-partnership between the undersigned, in the Livery Stable business, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the late firm will please call on Mr. George T. Cooke and settle up. JERE: NIXON, GEO. T. COOKE. Raleigh, Dec. let, 1849. 787 tf. LIVERY STABLES. THE Subscriber, having purchased all the stock, dec. of the late Firm of Nixon and Cocke, takes occas ion to inform his friends and the public generally that he will continue to carry on the business, in all its branch es, at the same stand ; and that po efforts nor expense will be spared on his part to accommodate the travelling community. Conveyances, with good horses and care ful drivers, will be furnished at all times and at short no tice ; and in fact, every convenience for travelling, in the way of horses, carriages, buggies, &c. will be supplied on the best terms by the undersigned. The subscriber also expects to keep constantly on hand, good Horses for sale ; and persons wishing to put out ineir norses Dy me weeK, or month, or year, will have them well attended to, at moderate prices. His Stables are on Wilmington Street, iust to the East of Market Square 1 hankful for the very liberal encouragement which has been extended to the late Firm, the undersigned pieuges nimseii to merit, oy nis exertions, a continu ance of public patronage and favor. ' GEO. T. COOKE. Raleigh, Dec 1st, 1849., 787 tf. Additional Supplies Just at Hand. EMBR'D and Flowered Worsted Robes, Broch'd Cashmere, Chamelion Lustre, Muslin de Lanes, Alpaccas, Bonnet Ribbons, Capes, and Collars, - Belts, Gloves, Worsted Hoods, Hosiery, Shawls, Cambrick and Swiss Edgings and Insertings, together with a variety of Fancy articles HEARTT & LrrCHFORn Raleigh, Sept 26, 1849. 777 '. NOTICE. " THE heirs of the late James Weathers are hereby notified to attend in person or bv their lernxr nfW rized agents, at Oxford, Granville County, North Caroli na, on oaiuraay, znu r eDruary, 1850, to receive the re mainder of their distributive shares of the Atnt f Weathers, and to execute refunding bonds far tb as required by law. , ... ' , F. W. & J. T. WYCHE, .Err'. Henderson, Nov. 12, 1849. 7R5 fiw "NEW GOOpS, NEW GOODS! Just Received at If o. 12, fayetteville St. vv- RAtEiGii, sr. 'c, ;.r," . THE Subscriber baa just returned from New York, and is now opening a large and well selected Stock of Goodff in his line. They were bought entirely for Cash and will be sold at moderate advances for Cash, and to punctual customers on a credit. , r i A targe and beautiful Assortment Of . xax:e's :bjsss GOODS. Consisting in part of Black. Silks, Colored Chameleon, Do Figured and Plain Cashmers French Merinos, Orleans Cloths, Plaid Lustres a great variety, Black Alpacas, Ginghams, Delaines, &c. French, English, and American Prints-a large lot. Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Gloves, French wor'd Qollars, Laces, and Trimmings for Ladie's Dresses, Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, White and Red Flannels, Brown and Bleached Table Diapers, &c. - ' . Cloths, Cassimeres, &c. Superfine Black French Cloth, Blue, and Brown do. Tweeds, Sattinet. Kentucky Jeans, plain and striped, Vestings, Gentlemen's Black Kid and Black and White Silk Gloves, Cravats, Pongee and Bandanna Handkfs, Irish Linen, Ready Made Over-Coats and Vests. . Blankets, &cm A Large assortment of Blankets, from 50 cents apiece to $10 a pair, Kerseys, Osnaburgs, a large assortment of Carpeting and Hearth Regs, a very large Stock of Boots and Shoes at the lowest rates. , Hats and Caps. Beaver and Sattin Beaver, the latest styles. Broad Brims, low price, Black and Colored, California do. a great variety of Youth's Boy's and Gentlemen's Cloth Caps. Groceries. Brown, ClarifiedCrushed and Loaf Sugars, Rio, Laguaria, and old Java Coffee, Imperial and Young Hyson Tea-of the best quality, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles the best. A large lot of Crockery, Hardware, Cutlery, Castings, Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvils, Vices and Hammers, Nails, &c, itc., and almost every article usually kept in a Retail Store. T. H. SELBY, No. 12, Favetteville St., NC. October 22, 1849. " 781 NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS-! JUST at hand from New York and Philadelphia, em bracing every variety of 6tyle and fashion for the FALL and WINTER Trade of 1849, say, Rich embroidered, and Satin Striped Delains, Plain and Satin Striped Merinoes and Cashmeres, Cashmere, Chameleon, and Tartan plaids, Plaid Orleans Cloth, and high' colored Delains, (Jbr Children.') -Rich Chameleon Mohair Lustres, Drab, and Mode color'd Alpaccas, Mode color'd Paramatta, and Mouselins, Superior Bl'k, Plaid, and changeable Alpaccas, Beautiful Brocaded Cameleon Lustres, (of every hue.") Splendid American and British Prints, Jenny Lind Calicoes, and London Chintz, ( new designs.) Fine Plaid and Embroidered Ginghams, Super Gros de Rhine, and changeable Silks, Swiss and Jaconet Muslins, Bishop Lawn, Irish Linen, Long Lawn, and Thread Hkfs, . Beautiful China Pearl, and Leghorn Bonnets, Rich Bonnet, Cap. Neck and Belt Ribands, Silk Fringes and Vel vet Trimmings, (of every shade.) Thread Laces, Edgings, and Muslin Trimmings, Bobbin Edgings, Silk and Worsted Braids, Bleached and Unbleached Cotton Shiritngs, Red ai)d White Flannels, Woollen Shirts and Drawers, ' Plaid and Ombre shaded Linseys, Embroidered Cassimere, and Rich Cashmere and Woollen Shawls, Fikk Cloths and Cassimxbes, Overcoating and Kentucky Jeans, Silk and Gingham Umbrellas. T. A. MITCHELL. Raleigh, Oct. 16, 1849. 780 FALL tID WINTER GOODS. p JUST at hand an elegant Stock of SUlADIJBS 3333.0288 GG033S! as follows . Chameleon Poult dc Soie, " Satin du ciiene,"' Printed and Plain Cashmeres great variety, do' do Mouslin de Laincs, French Merinos, Chamelion Lustres, do Silks, Brocade, do Queen's Grey, do Foulard Silks, Alpaca Lustres, Embroidered Robes, Capes, Collars, Gloves, Mits, Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, Velvet Trimmings, Also Swiss, Mull, Book and Jaconet Muslins, Muslin Trimmings, &c. &c. HEARTT & LITCHFORD. Raleigh, Sept. 18, 1846. 777 NEW WATCH & JEWELRY STORE. W. H. THOMPSON WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Raleigh and its vicinity, that he has opened a choice stock of in a part of the Store occupied by Mrs. Thompson as a Millinery establishment, where he offers for sale Gold and Silver watches, warranted correct time keepers ; the latest styles of Fashionable Jewelry, such as Guard, Vest and Fob Chains ; .Cameo, stone and mourning Broaches ; Plain, Chased and Stone Rings ; Gold Pens and Pencils ; Gold and Silver Thimbles; Studs, Collar and Sleeve Buttons, Ear Rings, Gold and Silver Spectacles, &c, Fancy Goods and Fine Cutlery, all of which will be sold cheap. Watches, Clocks and Jewel ry repaired in superior style. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange. Sept, 21, 1849. 777 6m. GOOD BARGAINS FOR CAS Iff, f i Lv THE Subscriber has just seceived a general V. assortm ent of FAMIL Y GRO CERIES. tooth er with his usual supply of superior Shoes, suitable fnr the country trade apart of which is very cheap. These SHOES were procured by the Government for the sol diers m Mexico, and not being required were sold out at auction and bought by the subscriber. They were bought at sucft rates as to enable me to sell the very best bargains in them. All my Goods were boutrht with cash, there fore I can and will sell good bargains for cash or short time to punctual customers. Rags, Feathers, Beeswax. Kaw Hides, &c taken in barter. Thankful for the patronaerc heretofore received fVfm the citizens of. Raleigh, and particularly from the people of the County of Wake and the surrounding country generally. I hope, by strict attention and fair dealing in j business, to merit a continuance of the same. Call on ! Old Market Street. North side. 4th drwtr from "R "R Smith's corner. JORDAN WOMBLE. Raleigh, Oct. 1849.. 773 NOW LANDING, 100 bbls. Apples, prime. 100 boxes Bunch Raisons, new crop 50 A do do do do do do 50 I do do do 3 frails Seedless do 25 boxes Layer, ' do do 5 bbls. Havana Oransres 5 casks Ciu-renta 5 boxes Citron ; 5 c asses Ginger 800 lbs Almonda ; 500 lbs. Pecan Nuts All of which will be sold at a small advance in lots to suit purchasers. SAM'L. H. MARKS, . Petersburg, Va. Nov. 19, 1849. 785 FIRE. THE Etna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn, offers to insure Buildinn n1 M.n.i..nj;.. : f.r . maSe y hr t premiums to suit the times. This w one of the oldest and best Insurance Companies in the United States, and pays its Josses promptly. Applications for Insurance in Raleigh, or its vicinity to be made to fit. w. wnrrrvn . J And for Milton, N. C, and vicinity, to ' October 20, l848; -LMEH, Prime Chewing Tobacco. J. BROWN, No. 9, Fayetteville St. ' 781 Raleigh, Octooer 22. SAJTD'S SARSAPAUILL4 IN QUART BOTTLES FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, AND CURE ICIOIDM, BHEUM ATISJT, STUBBORK ULCEUS, KIlCItBtlT - CCTABEOCS EBlrTloi;g BROSCHITIS, ' COB8UXPT10X, BXALE C0MPlAnfTl LOSS or APPETlXk OEHEHAL BEB.,T , DYSPEPSIA, SALT BHECM, FIVER SOBES, ERTSIPELAS, PIJtPLES, BILES, riinr. ruurnmiuno nave spent much . JL bringing this preparation of Sarsaparilla to i ent state of perfection ; and the experience of f years has furnished them the most ample onnon rta study, in their various forms, the diseases for wlflr recoramenuca, auu iu auuju u. exactly to their I f cure. Patients who wish a really good jfed- ef ln& vited to Bive it a trial, and satisfv u"e are . i l J 3 i :i - riority, and the invaluable property it M,tJ "ssuPe- o ' - J MibuiM'ji ing and curing disease. The bottle has been enl V U bold one Quart, and in its present improved form safely claim to be the best and cheapest medicine .J age. traced its progress to tne lame it ha, attained m.y b by a long line of facts and cures, that tJ, landmarks and beacons for the invalid ,.n;n: to the haven of health, and what it has already doneT it, it is canaliln nf j.- for the millions still suffering and struggling with d ease. It purifies, cleanses, and strengthens the foimb.it springs of life, and infuses new vigor throughout th. The diseases for which this article U those to which it is known from personal experience to be adapted ; and those apparently removed beyond the sphere of its action have yielded to its influence. The catalogue of complaints might be greatly extended to which the Sarsaparilla is adanted. nut pYnmion.. its value, and each succeeding day is adding new tropin" . BKMlRKiBU CURE OF BRONCHITIS, New York, Feb. 17, 1S. Messrs. Sands: Having suffered many y tars a disease of my throat, affecting the larynx, during wVnh time I was treated by the most distinguished physicians In Europe and the United States, without receiving any permanent benefit, but all the time my general health and strength declining, and the disease mating fearful progress : caustic applications were used, aud whatever else was thought most efficient for producing a cure; but I am confident the deplorable situation I was in, the la ryngitis being accompanied with phthisis and great diffi. culty in breathing, would soon have terminated my life, had I not obtained relief through the medium of your h valuable Sarsaparilla. I must Fay. gentlemen, when I commanced using the Sarsaparilla I did not place much confidence in its virtues ; and this will not surprise you, when you are informed I had tried more (ban City differ ent remedies during the past four years, witboutanv suc cess ; but after taking your Sarsaparilla a few weeks, I was obliged at last to yield to evidence. This nisncl Ious specific has not only relieved, but cured me ; and I therefore think it my duty gentlemen, for the bcucfit of suffering humanity, to give jou this attestation of my cure. Yours very truly, D. PARENT. Consulate of France in the United States. The above statement and signature were acknowledg ed in 8ur presence by Mr. D. Parent as true. For the Consul General of France, L. BORG, Vice Cowul. New York, Feb. 17, 1848. lEMlHElBU CURE IX CAXADA. South Bolton (Canada East) April IS, 1846. Messrs. Sands Gentleman: Exposed as we are to the attacks of disease, and so frequently disappointed in proposed remedies, wc cannot but look upon the efforts f successful practitioners with interest and gratitu'le. This is true respecting your valuable preparation of Sanmiia rilla. I have been severely afflicted for 33 years with a disease about which "doctors disagreed," and their pre scriptions were still more diverse. I tried various reme dies, but found no relief until I commenced using your excellent medicine, at which time I was w holly confined to my bed. After using it a few months, I now am able to walk about, rido out, and enjoy a comfortable de gree of health, which I attribute entirely .to the use of Sands' Sarsaparilla. Please accept my assurance of grst itude and regard. JOHN M. N0RRIS. Being personally acquainted with th above'state menU, I hereby certify that the same are true. REV. T. M. MER1UMAN. Sarsapariela. Concerning the value of Sarsaparilla as one of the most efficient remedies for punfymg tue blood, and eradicating obstinate diseases of the skin, as well as of liver, we presume there is no diflcrence 01 opinion either among professional men, or the pun generally. The only difficulty has been, that poor mate rial has been used in the manufacture of the various ex tracts, and inferior apparatus, by which a great part ot tw r .u ; . nr the Duhlic have been inios- ed upon by base compoundscafled Sarsaparilla, and the by have Jostconndencein an. by the certificates of gentlemen of lngh reputation, U e.j. hax removed in their extract, apparatus, from its power and adaptation to the pu. isTalculatcd to extract all the medicinal propert of he root, without that evaporation wmcn """'"fid of strength, and the mode 01 puumg " r -' nf to keep it in good order. The letters and ccr, those who have used it would leave no iJr ficacy in our own minds, were we t con n from cases among our own menus, .. been attended with the most satisfactory results in 00 nate cases of diseases of long standing. Boston American. CAXCHnOCS ITtCEB permasejitit cubxd. .. Let the Facts Speak for Themselves.- o W striking, and, as will be seen, permanen cu - veterate Cancer, is only another unaj n & , be of testimony to its merits. Let the 8"crcu ' convinced. What it has done once it will do agai Stamford, Conn., Oct. 5. 1J4 Mess&s. A. B. & D. SAaD8-ffi?";,nflfct year. 1843, I w0 attacked with-a cancer wmj which soon extended its ravages ovcr the "ck bare, eating the flesh, and leaving the cords of my discharging very freely, causing intense Pal" b daV( ing, depriving me 01 rest ai nigni im0st to the destroying my appetite, and reducing me a . ign( orntoa nf depth I was nttpnMprl hv mu "" r - tne "" r- . -ii . , 1 .it tW still in the State, who prescribed for me, and dia n0. ttiiu taieiii tvuiu cuvtt, uut uuiiug ' QnrinlT1 d talent could effect, but during all tne . 0f ed to grow worse under their care. i lue ; our 1844 I chanced to hear of the cure performed dj Sarsaparilla, and determined to try it. I ha" not u two bottles before I felt its effects on my sysiew . toneiklir f Annntit tm nrn a eSneT restored, mj was increasing, the discharge irom me w"-- i.caing. and I soon began to perceive that the fiesn w 0n. I continued its use according to directions, a" jj j tinued to grow better and better from day to day, have been fully and wholly cured by its use. 1 two years since I was cured, and I have reIDV . y0j fectly well up to this day. I have delayed P this certificate, that I might ascertain wlictner ease would re-appear ; but I am happy and mos (cci. to again repeat that the cure is a perfect one, an ed wholly by the use of your Sarsaparilla. rf still remain ; ami all who know me, and manj an .;ti.nanf Stamford tastifv to the severity 01 w and my sufferings, and the health-restoring power oj sarsaparilla. a can wiw uuucmwb oD1. ... . ar with Bim-W . .. mena IIS use IU every uniei ----- utffcCl'i plaints. After experiencing what I have fromP I can say to one and all, "Hesitate and doubt no but secure to yourselves the health giving virtue, medicine can alone bestow. ur Most gratefully I am friend. For sale wholesale and retail by WILLIS'Raicigh. WOOD & Co. North Carolina. Appothecaries ana irug6 - October 1, 1819.