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TO THE WORLD GENERALLY,
Itorth Carolina Specially, And Our Friends and Patrons Particularly t The Largest Assortment of Goods EVEM OFFERED FOR SALE In the State of North Carolina, both in the Piece, and READY MADE. To which we invite the attention of the public. OLIVER PROCTER, MBaejecASTT VAtxess, osre, 1. Sign of the RUHR Ugly Row, Fayetteville Street, Raleigh. THE Immortal Insect, alias the Bugg, alias Oliver, f niivr and Procter, has iust relumed from the Citv of Gotham, otherwise New York, the London of SDent six weeks in said digging selecting an assortment ot Goods that tor quality and style never were surpassed, and rarely ever equalled All ot which are . k,.l .nrl rndv thr exhibition, vv til isr aosent saia M.tincrtiimfMl nersonaee for the benefit of the firm par tiallv hut for the uublic more particularly, had cut and made under his own special direction and supervision, a very large and General Assortment of Clothing, embracing Black Dress and Frock Coats, til sizes and prices, Brown, Green, Blue, Drab, &c.,&.c, Business I - , n . . I I 1 1 .. Sacks and r rocks, uvercoais ana iio, u cuiois. Pants and Vests all kinds from the low vulgar to the Peru or highfalutin. Dress Shirts, under anirts, an Kinas Drawers of everv description. Heavy Silk under Shirts Net cotton Diawers, a new article, to which we invite special attention. Stocks, Cravats, all grades, Scarfs, Gloves, white, black, and colored Suspenders, Neck Collars, JENNY LINO SHIRTS, direct from Stockholm, &.c. Sec. . Also whilst absent heard Jenny Lind sing sat with in tour feet ot Gennin the Hatter, the man what paid two hundred and twenty-five dollars for his ticket and made money at that ; presented Jenny with a riding Cap, thereby rendering himself immortal, as no Lady can ride unless she has on a Lind Cap, and made too by Gennin, precisely as the Ladies generally who have heard of our fame for making " them coats " consider their Lords much handsomer and more fashionable men, when rigged out at the Store where clothing is fashion ed by art. To Members ot tHc Legislature, fcc. Members of the approaching Legislature in want ot Clothing this Winter would save twenty five per cent if not fifty by postponing the purchasing of their clothing until their arrival here. Be sure and donl mistake our establishment, dont let any body persuade- you, that they can do as well by you as we can. Dont sutler yourselves to be humbugged that is a commodity we dont deal in, and our friends know it. Gentlemen living in this coun ty or out of it, would do well to give us a call, as we are determined to sell cheaper than the cheapest. Per sons need no longer complain of high prices. If you want clothing for yourselves, your children or your neighbors, call, we can sell them cheaper than you can buy the goods much less have them made. See Sign. OLIVER &. PROCTER. Raleigh, Oct. 9, 1830. R. R. R. R. Postscript ! P. S. We take this occasion to render our most grate- j ful acknowledgements to a generous public for the very : liberal patronage bestowed upon us since our commence- ! ment in business, and trust that by promptly executing j their orders and spreading overselves for their benefit, I not only to merit bnt to receive the appelation of" well ; done good and faithful servants " by a continuance of j their custom. Our friends and customeis at a distance will please read our advertisement and send on their , orders ; we are anxiously waiting for them. Latest London, Paris and Northern fashions just to I nand. Cutting of all kinds attended to immediately. O. Sc P. Raleigh, October 9, 1850. 836 READY MADE CLOTHING. SEE ! SEE ! SLE ! Sign, R. R. R. R. BOCKS and Dress Coats from $2 50 to $14 and F 820 ; Sacks from $2 50 to 11 ; Over coats from $2 50 to $25 ; Pants from $1 50 to j?9 ; Vests Irom $1 75 to $5 ; Shirts from 75 cents to $2 50 ; ail made up un der our own inspection, and will b warranted in every particular. OLIVER & PROCTER, Merchant Tailors. R. R. R. R. Fayetteville Street. Raleigh, October 9th. 886 Iffegro Clothing. WE nave a large assortment of Negro Clothing, all kinds of Jackets, Over Coats. Pants and Vests, that we will sell cheaper than the goods can be purchased, much less to have them made. To which we invite the heads of families who have their servants to supplv. OLIVER & PKOC lER. Oct. 7, 1850. 836 tf. Youth's Clot hi nj;. consisting of Coats. Jackets and Panta A LL sizes, IX. loons. OLIVER fc PROCTER. Oct. 7, 1850- 836 tf. Children's Clothing, CONSISTING of Jackets and and detached Over Coats, fee. Pantaloons, attached To which we invite the attention ot the Ladies. OLIVER & PROCTER. Oct 7, 1860. 3S6 tf. Journeyman Tailors Wanted. TWO JOURNEYMAN TAILORS will find employ ment by immedtate application to Olivet and Proc tor. None but steady men and first-raie workmen need apply. OLIVER & PROCTER. Oct. 7. 1850. 836 if. BOOT AND SHOE STORE, O. L. BURCH. " AM now receiving from the Northern markets my Fall Supply of Boots and Shoes. and without enumerating tbe articles, I will say that my STOCK IS LARUE, and that I will give as good bargains as can be bought in the City. kaleigh Oct. 2, 1850. 835 JBOOT and SHOE m a nr tj dp a e t e at t . UL. BURCH would inform his old customers as well as others, that be has now in his employ As good Workmen as there is in the Union, and feels confident that he can make any article in his line as well if not a little better than can he got else where, he has neither spared pains nor expense' in pro curing the service of workmen for the above purpose. His Materials are the best known to the Trade, The Latest Fashions always at hand Call two doors below the Post Office. Raleigh, Act. 2, 1850. 835 Negro Shoes. HAVE a large lot of heavy Negro Brogans, which 1 JL will sellon as good terms as any other person in the City- Call and see before you buy elsewhere. O. L. BURCH. Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 835 Calf Skins, Lining, &e. OL. BURCH, keeps constantly on hand, Calf Skins, Lining Skins.Shoe finding, &c, &c. Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 835 jEsrnnr xiarB si:p:p:e:b JUST Received, and for sale bv 0. L. BURCH. Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. 835 Robinson 4c Co's Shoes. UST Received 1 Kid and Morocco Walking Shoes, do and do Ladles Slippers, Misses and Children's Bootees, Ladies Bootees. White Kid Slippers. J. BROWN. No. 9. Fayetteville St. 835 Raleigh, Oct. 2d. Bate and Cap. A IESKIM Beaver, Otter, California, Angelia JSpTJk Far 5U' Gento. By- Children. SE 5 ffilfi-ffAS Fine Military, and . jvui reveivea and for sale by R. TUCKER Sept. 21st, 1850. fc SON. 834 Hi HEW STORE, One Door Above Richard Smith's Old Corner. HALfEIGH, jy C nv a iv fi St. WILLIAMS would respectfully in- Pi form their friends and the public generally, that they have opened a Store en Fayetteville Street, one door above Richard Smith, Esq., where they will keep con- stantly on hand a full supply of jury Goods, Hardware, Cutlery GROCERIES, &U. and indeed every thing usually found in similar establish ments. They present tbe following as specimens oi mwr 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, Velvet neck Ribbons and Belts, French worked Colors and Cuffs, Embroidered Ribbon and velvet Trimmings, Scalloped linen-cambric Handkerchiefs and Gloves, Bonnets, Ribbons, and Artificials, Ginghams and Prints a large lot, French Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, Hpuver-cloth. Tweeds, and Kentucky Jeans, Red and white Flannel, and Linsey and Plain Shawls, KoroAva Nadta and bed Blankets. am) hlparimd Domestics. Bed-tickine, Table- cloths and Diauer. Ladie's cotton, merino and silk Hose. Also, Ladie's fine Walking Shoes and Gaiters, J. Miles and Son fine Pegged Boots, Calf, Kip, and coarse Brogans a good assortment, Hats and Caps of every description, Cutlery, Crockery, Spades, Shovels, trace-Chains, Java, Laguira, and Rio Coffee, Loaf, crushed, clarified and brown Sugar. Together with a nnmber of other articles not enumerated The subscribers respectfully solicit a share of public pat ronage. They will 6ell good bargains for cash, or on short time to punctual dealers. H. L. EVANS, JOHN G. WILLIAMS. September 18, 1850. 833 New Confectionary & Grocery Store 3 Doors below the Post Office XfTM. GRIFFICE, & CO. have opened a Confec 1 tionarv and Grocerv Store, in Raleigh, 3 doors tionary below the Post Office, where they have on hand, and will sell on reasonable terms the following articles : Sugar and Coffee, Crushed Sugar, Do. St. Croix, Havana do. Candles and Soap, Pepper and Spice, Black and Imp. Tea, Copperas and Ginger, Salcratus and Snuff. Brooms, dec. dec. Myers' Best Chewing Tobacco. Confecliouaries. Best Scgars, Dolls, Accordians, Fancy Candies, Citron, Almonds, Filberts, Water Crackers, Butter and Soda, do. Prunes, Cocoa Nuts, English Walnuts, Palm Nuts, Figs and Raisins, And every thing usually kept in a Confectionary, Store. They will say to the public that they carry on the Candy Making Business, and without boasting they can assure the public that they will sell the licst Candy as cheap as any house in the place, and warrant it to be as good as can be made. Merchants and others, buying by the wholesale, will find it to their interest to give them a call. Raleigh, October 9, 1850. 836 tf. FALL AND WINTER GOODS, 1850. THE Subscriber has received part of his Fall Purchase of Goods, Among them : Superior Blk. and Colored Silks Bribant Lustre, French and English Marino Printed and Plain Cash merps. Ribbon and braid Trimmings and Silk Buttons. Worked Collars and Cuffs Bonnett. Belt, and Cap nd Jaconett Edgings and Insertings. Thread and Lile Edgings ami Insertings. Wide Black Lace and Silk Nett. French and Lumen Pocket Handkerchiefs. White and Colored Kid Gloves White and Colored Silk Gloves. Gems. Black and Toilet Kid and Silk Gloves. ALSO, Bleached and Brown Shi. ting and Sheeting, a large stock. Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, Lexington Plaids. Red and White Flannels and Plain Lindsey. For Sale as usual by J.BROWN. No. 9 Fayetville Street. Raleigh, Sept. 25.1850. 834 tt. NEW GOODS FOR 1850. j fTlHE Subscribers are now receiving their FALL J. AND WINTER SUPPLIES, consisting in part j of the following : Black Gro DeLyon and Silver Grey Silks, , Fancy and Black Brocade Silks, Black, Fancy and White watered do. Chameleon Silks, Super Chene Silks, Levantines, Brocade Sernidors, Plain and watered Poplins, Lyonese Cloths, Paramettas, Silk and wool Chene Muslin De Lanes and Cashmeres Cnameleon Turks, Engligh, French and German Merinos, Striped, Printed, and Plain Muslin DeLaines and Cashmeres, Chameleon Alpacas, Ribbon, Velvet, and Hair Ball Trimmings, Black Silk Lace, French work Capes, Collars and Cuffs, Jackonet. Check, Swiss, India Book, Dotted, Tarlton and Nansook Muslins, Bonnet, Cape, Neck, Cuff and Belt Ribbons, Paris Kid Gloves, Shawls and Visites, Ladies and Misses Paris Embroidered Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Real Valencia Thread Edgings, Tapes, Bobbins, Edgings and Insertings, dec. K. TUCKER & SON. Raleigh Sept 11, 1850. 832. NEW BOOK STORE, Just Opened Two Doors Above K. Smith's Store. KALEIGH, If. C. THE Subscriber has just opened a Book Store in Ra leigh, two doors above Mr. Richard Smith's Store, where he offers to the public seEceex, books, j Of almost every description, together with a large col I lection of RELIGIOUS WORKS, From the pens of eminent authors of the different De nominations; also, Stationery, Of excellent quality ; all of which he proposes to sell on very reasonable terms. Any Book not on hand at present, can be ordered and ! received by the Subscriber in a few davs, and he will be prompt to tuini all orders from town or country. JOHN W. O'NEAL. Raleigh, Sept. 12, 1850. 833 tf. FALL TRADE. PETERSBURG, September Ot 18SO. Samuel H. Marks. WOULD respectlullty inform bis numerous friends and customers that he is now receiving per sun dry Steamers and Packets trom the Northern cities his usual large ana varied assortment of CONFECTION ARIES, FANCY ARTICLES, Cigars, c, which ad- aea io nis siock oeiore on nana, and the regular weekly supply ot tresn v oreign ana domestic FRUITS, renders bis assortment particularly worthy the attention ot country dealers. In the line of CIGARS he flatters himself that he can presents lancer stock and finer assortment, and at lower rates, loan any other house in the trade. Petersburg Sept. 25th, 1850. 834-tf. Now ISedical Works. MOHR Redwood and Proctor's Practical Pharmacy, illustrated by 500 Engravings. Principal Diseases of the Valley of North America, by David Drake, M. D. Bucchan's Family Physician. Cod Liver Oil, by S. J. DeJongh, M. D. Cope land on Palsy and Apoplexy. West on Diseases of Children. Day on Diseases of Old Age. Griffcth's Universal Formulary. This day Received by , . t H. D. TURNER. Raleigh, Oct. 16, 1850. 837 AUBURN FOR SALE THE Subscriber offers for tale his farm, 9 miles east of Raleigh, situated on the Newborn Road, and well known as the Buabee Place. It contains 400 acres of good free land, with a fair proportion of wood land. On tbe premises is a very goou aweuing nuuw, containinc eleven rooms : there are but very few country houses superior to it in the county of Wake. There is a good kitchen, with several houses tor negro quarters , a carriage house, Cider Press; Stables; Cotton gin house. dec, and a Store House, at which a very respectanie iraoe is carried on. The ia a vcrv Ware Annie Orchard near the dwell ing house ; also, a large number of Peach Trees, with Pear, Plum and Cherry Trees. There is a Post Office on the premises the mail ar riving three times a week via the Wilmington and Ra- . .a a? n leigh Rail Road, and three tines irom ine city oi n-l8h- ... - TKa Wntinn cS the hui dinir is in tne miosi oi a grove of Ism Oaka. hiffh and health v. It would be a delightful summer residence ; or would answer for a Boarding House for persons desirous of spending tbeir summers in the country. The North Carolina Kail Koad, auoutto oe duuw u Unn m.ri,i iff Tun within a hundred vards of the Tlivpllintr hmiop. K fnrthar tiarintinn is unnecessary, as no one will probably purchase without examing the premises. Pnwraim, will he nriven on the first of January 1851 if sold by the 16th of December next if sold after that periof possession cannot be had until January, 1852. WILLIAM R, POOLE, Esq. who lives within a few miles of the place, is my authorized Agent, and will make known the price and terms to all who may apply. THOMAS LOR1NG. Wilmington, Oct. 8, 1850. 837 tf. FOR SALE. ONE of the most desirable residences in the County of Wake, within one mile of Raleigh, with all the advantages of the City and the quiet Ml. of the country, convenient to the Churches, Sctoois, and society of the Capital. The DWELLING HOUSE is large and very convenient, with 8 rooms above and dining room and pantries in basement. The House is in fine order, newly painted, handsome rrove of 4 or 5 acres in front, besides a rood kitchen, Rock Spring: House, and two or three never-failing Snrinirs in ten steps of the House. There arc large negro Houses, with good brick chimneys, two Smoke-houses, two Carriage-houses, two Cribs, a three-story Granary, good Stables and every other out-house necessary for comfort, on the premises. The Tract contains 350 Acres, 100 of which is Forest Land, well wooded 10 acres in fine Meadow and the hnlance in fair farm inn land. Fnr fiirthnr nnrtirnlara nnnlv to W. H. Jones, Eiq., of; - i irv Raleigh, who will show the premises, or address, P. A. ATKINSON. Falkland, Pitt co., Oct. 2, 1850. 835 NOTICE- THE subscribers, owners of a tract of land in Wake County, containing 805 acres of good tobacco, corn and wheat land, joining the lands of Benj. Rogers, Geo. W. Thorn pson and others, offer it for sale. Said land has all the necessary buildings on it, and will, if not sold at private sale, be offered to the highest bidder on the premises, on the 15th day of November next. Terms of sale then made known. Brittain McDade or Alscy Jones will show the land to any persons wishing to purchase. JOHN B. JOHNS, WILLIAM SHIPP, ALSEY JONES and others. All persons indebted to tbe estate of Nancy Shipp, deceased, will please come forward and settle ; and those having claims against said estate are notified to present them within the time prescribed by law, or this notice may be pleaded in bar of their recovery. JOHN B. JOHNS, Admr. September 1, 1850. 831 7t. IMPORTANT SALE. AS Executor of the late Tignal Jones, the Subscri ber will expose to sale on the premises of the said Tienal Jones, on the 30th day of October next, the crop ot CORN, WHEAT, OATS, FODDER, &c, togeth er with the stock of HORSES, COWS, HOGS, and the Household and Kitchen FURNITURE including all the personal and perishable propel ty of said estate. Terms of tbe sale, nine months credit, the purchaser giving bond with undoubted security. There will also be sold at the sain time by the heirs of Tignal Jones, if not previously disposed of at private sale, about five hundred acres Land of excellent quality. This land is well well wateied, and produces finely Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, itc. A bargain may be had, if application is made soon. The subscriber will take pleasure in showing the land to any one who may wish to purchase- V. R. JONES, Executor. Wake County, Sept. 25, 1850. 834 5t. Valuable Real Estate for Sale. flft I offer for sale my entire Real Estate, upon which Tare thirty-five sets of Boxes; the most of which have only been in use from one to two years ; with a suf ficient quantity of round trees to cut at least twenty sets more. The lands upon which these are situated is not easily surpassed by any pinay lands in Eastern Carolina. There is upon the premises two Distilleries neatly and conveniently fitted up, with all necessary out-houses. Upon the farm, I think the buildings altogether are sel dom excelled. Those wishing to purchase are invited to examine for themselves. Terms shall be low, and payments accomodating. Come and see. Any person wishing to purchase, can be furnished with a sufficient number of teams and wagons to carry on both the operations of Farm and Turpentine, and with a year's supply of provisions. JOHN A. AVIRETT. Catharine Lake, Onslow Co. N. C July 22, 1850. 836 Sale of Laud for Taxes. WILL be sold for its Taxes the Lands belonging to Robert M. Brickell, Harris Noi fleet's heirs, Abram Ricks and M. Fort, Ballard's heirs, William S. Futrell, Jesse Nelson, Exum Nelson's heirs, before the Court House door, in the town of Jackson, on the first Monday in Decembej, 1650. Acres Owners Location Tax $8,32 1,92 32 8.32 1,00 1.52 1,32 6,72 150 Harris Noi fleet, 172 RobeitM. Brickell, 11 " 300 Ballard's heirs. 60 William Futrell. Roanoke River, Poticasi Greek, 92 Jesse Nelson, 60 Exum Nelson, 200 Abram Rix and M. Fort, H SPIVEY Shff. Sept. 2, 1850. (Pr. Adv. $3) 835 td- Important Sale of Negroes. rTAHE Subscriber will expose to public Sale, on the JL 15th of November next, at the late residence of mncy bhipp, deceased. Nine Valuable Negroes, consisting of men, women, and children, the property of the late Tillar Shipp. r r i A credit of nne months will be given, and bonds with approved security required. JOHN B. JOHNS, Admr. de boms non. Wake, Sept. 30. 1850. 835 tds. NOTICE, H AVING qualified as Executrix to the last will and testament of Joshua Rogers, deceased, at A ii. gust ienn ot Wake County Court, 1850, all persons having claims against said estate, are requested to pre- neiu me same ior payment ; ana wose wbo are indebted, are notified to make payment, or to settle the same with my lawful agent, John W. Rogers, Esq. MARY ANN ROGERS, Executrix. Wake, Oct 10 1850. 837 3t pd. Valnable Land for Sale. A Valuable Tract of Lsnd containing 208 acres, lying between four and five miles West of Raleieh. nn both sides of Walnut Creek, and adjoining the land of nev. i no. Meredith end o tiers, will be sold on reason able terms. For further information apply to M. A. BLEDSOE. Raleigh, August 21, 1850. 829 More Laud for Sale. KAil Acre." v,uabe Laim. lying two miles V'y V 8outh of Raleigh, on tbe Fayetteville read, will be sold en a long credit notes well secured being all that iscesired. Persons wishing to examine the land and premises can do so by calling on M. A. Bledsoe, who who is authorized to tell it. October 9, 1850. S J' BA-tf. NOTICE. I WILL sell at the Court-House-in the town of Lum berton on the Fourth Monday of November next, the following Tracts of Lanjd, or so much thereof as will satisfy the Taxes due thereon, for the yean 1847 and 1848 : - By whom Listed Aeres 90 2354 276 90 250 180 210 166 Value 100 185 360 90 400 180 300 166 100 465 150 300 175 675 225 260 308 88 268 76 300 150 900 400 80 76 150 100 50 150 100 115 64 415 75 50 150 262 75 35 100 175 125 300 500 16 16 25 250 75 Tax $1 80 19 23 Neill T. McMillan, John C. Davis, John McDuffy, 4 1 7 1 1 3 2 6 1 1 5 4 3 8 I 3 2 4 2 6 4 00 00 Rachel Revels, Timothy Pitman, 50 00 50 00 05 95 80 55 00 01 50 00 00 00 00 50 65 50 25 00 50 40 Robert Lancaster, Malcom Lamon, Neil Johnson, Do. for Catharine Johnson, 95 329 Neil McFayeden, Roderick Shaw, Ann Wilkerson, Malcom Currie, John N. Currie Alex. Galbreath, Arch'd McNeil, Mary McDougald, Sarah Locklan, Lanchlin McRay, Jesse Brooks. John Campbell, Neil Campbell, Alex. Morrison 150 300 89 450 200 260 308 88 134 150 446 211 901 375 80 74 150 50 50 50 106 315 64 376 60 120 150 262 125 100 219 175 120$ 413 500 20 20 25 240 101 Malcom Morrison, Mary Stuart, Charles Bullock, Hinant Bullock, Levi Hamilton, Enos Harrison, Aaron Lewis, Lydia Barnes, John W. Branch, Nancy Edwards, English Floid, Alfred Harden, Priscilla Jones, Willis B. Britt, Jacob Britt, Jesse Britt, Jr. Harmon Cox, Dennis Ivey, Claborne Ivey, Elias Stone, Catherine Wilkinson, Jordan Phillips, 60 75 29 50 50 50 50 75 75 30 50 50 00 75 15 25 50 76 45 15 50 Jordan Revels, Elias Revels, Dennis Revels, Thomas Todd, Daniel Ivey, 55 30 00 R. B. GREGORY, Late Sheriff. (Pr. adv. $10.) 833 6 1 Sept. 11, 1850. State of North Carolina, Forsytne Co, September Term, 1850. T thi Camt House door iu Salem, Forsy the coun A n h third Monday in December next, I shall proceed to sell the following tracts ot Land, or so much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon lor the year 1848 and cost lor advertising, &c. Pel son's Names location Joseph Fry Salem District, Taxes $1 43 2 35 1 98 4 02 2 98 1 72 2 09 2 09 1 41 2 56 83 Acres. 29 3-4 5 22 1-2 100 33 10 3-4 133 121 1 60 40 30 17 200 51 20 37 20 39 50 71 100 20 50 75 10 81 106 165 171 205 20 '46 60 75 3-4 377 50 30 100 Double 133 0 70 WmUeich, do Jonathan Stewert, do Parmauor Stoth, do Moses Tesh, do Michael Bruner, Old Town Catharine Brown, do. A.Davis, do. Jesse Alberson, South Fork, Jesse Craver, do. Tobias Bukel, do. Alexander Blum, do. Joseph Miller, do. David Uominger, do. John Stewert, do. John L. Swaim, do. Sarah Spaugb, do. Lewis Shult, do. Taylor Vasoler, do. Soloinan Zmiermon. do. Reuben Lougwortb, do. double, Polly Markliu do. ' Lewis Tea. i, do. Daniel Stewart, do. T. L. Peddicord, Bioad Bay, Lewis Snider, do. 62 52 72 14 72 62 72 14 35 01 25 84 1 68 2 35 1 39 2 77 2 98 3 45 4 It 3 75 16 1 94 1 99 2 56 2 14 5 07 41 24 2 04 Alexander Snider, do. Joshua Snider, do. David Smith do. Philip Snider, do. Moses Deen, Deep River, Heirs ol Martha Kester,do. Emanuel Heriil, do. George W. Stewert, do. Thomas Chipman, Middle Fork, R. VV. Davis, do. John H:alt, do. Jackson Peddicord, do. John Linvill's heirs, Beiew's Creek, Abner Walker, do. Tax for unlisted Land tor the year 1S49. Jacsb Reich, Old Town, 3 Catharine Brown do. 4 Mary Aust, do. Reuben Lonssworth, South Fork. 4 04 00 48 80 W. FLYNT. Jr. Sheriff. Salem, Sept. 19, 1850. 836 (it. Suerif I s sale of La nd for Taxes. 4 T the Coun House door in Geimauton, Stokes Co. l on the second Monday in December next, I will oroceed to sell the following Lands lying in the Coun ties of Stokes and Foravthe. or so much therof as will pay the Taxes due thereon and costs for adveitising. Acres 58 95 131 22$ 33 60 1 lot 54$ 10 100 120 60 484 200 96 243 25 200 100 410 SO 25 9 500 45 18 90 80 60 179 215 9i 7 59 32 63 100 111 100 75 By whom given in Jonathan Jarvis, Districts South Fork, do do Salem, Bioad Bay, do do do do South Fork, Broad Bay, Salem, Richmond, Belews Creek, do Saura Town do Quaker Gapp, Richmond, Tax 6 60 2 60 Bradtoid Vawtes, William Longworth, Green Roberts, Emanuel Tesh, Soweli Frazer, Spruce M Swain, Isaac Teague, Senr., Sampson Wright, Polly Marklin, A. J. Peddicond, John Tesh, Julius C. Glascock, Edward Crews, Thomas C. Deen, John Hartgrove, William Southern, Alexander Watson, Martha Barnes heirs, Perkins Sc. Taylor, William Mosley's heirs, James Isbell, Charles Griffin, Lewis B. Bohannan, Ben. Forsy the's heiis. 20 73 60 40 65 80 33 20 00 97 90 85 05 35 20 80 80 28 64 40 40 00 16 77 1 1 1 1 8 3 do do Meadows, Snow Creek, do Shores Reed, Snow Creek. 3 4 2 1 Kichard Hill's heirs, J. Crews, son of Dorothy, Deen River. 2 05 1 85 1 85 1 51 3 45 20 10 .manuei narroia, Robt. Swain, Thomas Jordan, Moses Deen, Edward Jurd, Franklin Dobson, Armsted Qui Hi n, Soweli Barham, Heirs of Haly Davis, David McCollum, Jesse Swain, Thomas E. Harold, Isaac Cook, n lit la do do do do Belews Creek, do do Deep River, do do do do 20 1 45 19 30 20 45 22 Quaker Gapp, JNO. G. HILL, Sheriff 835 pd. Sept. 12, 1850. Sale of Land for Taxes. THERE will be sold on the 2nd Monday in Decern ber next, at the Court House in Whitevi lie, the fol lowing Tracts of Land, or so much thereof as will satis, fy the Taxes due thereon for the years 1848 and 1849 10,000 Acres, the property of John H. White, it be ing a part of the Big Swamp, lying on both sides of the White Marsh, and on the east side of N. L. Williamson and D. F. Williamson's Survey, $28 25. 1,600 Acres, tbe property of David Lewis, not given in subject to a double Tax. lying in Whitesviile Dis trict, $37 S8. 200 Acres, the property of S. N. Richardson, not riv en in for 1849 subject to adouble Tax. lvinv in Wk;7- ville District, $3 67. " w 200 Acres, the property of Jacob Strickland, lying on Long Branch, 67cts. B 90 Acres, more or lew, lying on both sides of Bull Skin Bay, the property of the heirs of John Goodwin, deceased, 91.95. ' .iH.lr7'.Pcrtyf NHMerritt,on the South " au CIS, LEWIS WILLIAMSON, 8hff. Sept 1810. W- t 80 td. Linseed Oil. 8Bbs. Mountain Linseed Oil just to hand. 8 bbls. ex peeled next week. All warrantpd , i. at a small advance by p. p. PESCUD. Kateign, September 30, 1850. 885 JYEW GOODS, FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE, At J. CREECH'S. XUST received and opened for sale, one of the largest sj assortments of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods in this City, consisting in part of Am following articles: Sap. BU'k Twilled French Cloths, to medium qualities, superior Black Doe Skin and fancy C asm mere. Cashmere, Velvet and Merino Vestings, All kinds of Fancy Tweeds, SattenneU and K. Jeans, A large assortment of Ladie's Worsted Goods, all colors, Mennoes, Thibet Cloths, Cashmeres, De Lain s, and A Ipaccas, A large assortment of Prints and Ginghams, A great variety of Shawb, from 35 cents to $7. Fine Fashionable Bonnets and Ribbon, Flowers, Laces, Gloves and Trimmings, Fashionable Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, tunes, double and single barrel Guns and Pistols, Hardware, Cutlery and Glassware, bagging and Rope. The above Goods were bought entirely for cash, and will be sold at a great deduction from former prices, as my motto is quick sales and small profits. Call and yea will buy bargains. J. CREECH. Kaleigh Sept. 17, 1850 833 State of North Carolina, Granville Connty. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, A ugust Term 1850. Anthony B. Wood, and others, vs. Barnet Hobgood, Adm'r of John Wood and others Petition for settle ment and distribution. THE petition sets forth that the shares of Joanna Oakley, and Jordan Bowles and wife Mary, tor a valuation consideration, have been sold and assigned to Bedford Vaughn ; the share of Martby Oakley, to Sam'l W. Smith and Jas. A. Patillo : the share of Jno. Oak ley and Catherine his wife, to James Lyon ; and the share of James Kearnev. and wife Lucv. to John Y. Parker, and Sterling Hobgood and praying that the said shares may be paid over to them accordingly. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that tbe said defendants John Oakley and wife Catherine and James Kearney and wife Lucy, reside beyond the limits of this State ; it is therefore ordered that publica tion be made in the North Carolina Standard for six weeks successively notifying them respectively, to be acd appear before the Justices of the said Court, at the Term thereof, to be held for said County, at the Court House in Oxford, on the first Monday in November next then and there to plead, answer or demur to the said petition, otherwise the same will be heard exparte as to tbem, and the prayer ot the petitioners be granted. Witness, Augustine Landis, Clerk of said Court at Office m Oxford, the first Monday of August, A D 1850. A. LANDIS, C. C. C. (Pr.Adv. $5,62.) 834-6t. State of North Carolina Granville Connty. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, August term 1850. Robert A. Jenkins vs. Thos. B. Barnet. Original attach ment James W. Downey and others, summoned as Garnishees. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant Thos B. Barnett resides beyond the limits of this Mate ; it is tbereioie ordered tbst publication be made in the North Carolina standard for six weeks suc cessively, notifying tbe said Defendant to be and ap pear before the Justices of said Court, at the Term there of, to be held tor said County, at the Court House in Oxford, on the first Monday in November next, then and there to plead or replevy, otherwise judgment by de fault final will be entered up against him in each case, and the amount in the hands of the Garnishees condem ned subject to the plaint ill's recovery. Witness, Augustine Landis, Clerk of said court at of fice in Oxford, the first Mondav of August, A. D. 1850. A. LANDIS, C. C C (Pr.Adv. $5,622) 834-6t. State of North Carolina, Granville County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, August term 1850. Joseph H. Gooch vs. Thos. B. Barnett. Original attach ment James W. Downey and others, summoned as Garnishees. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that tbe defendant Thos. B. Barnett resides beyond the limits of this State ; it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard, for six weeks suc cessively, notifying- the said Defendant to be and ap pear before the Justices ot said Court, at the term there of, to be held for the said County, at tbe Court House in Oxford, the first Monday in November next, then and there to plead or replevy, otherwise judgment by de fault final will be entered up against him in each case, and the amount in the hands ol tbe Garnishees condem ned subject to the plaintiff's recovery. Witness, Agustiue Landis, Cleik of said Court, at of fice in Oxford, the first Monday of August, A. D. 1850. A. LANDIS, C. C. C. (Pr. Adv. $5,62$) 834-6t. State of North Carolina, Edgecombe County. In Edgecombe County Court, August Term, 1850. Reddin S. Petway, vs. Josiah B. Williford. Original Attachment. THE defendant is hereby notified that said attachment was duly returned to August Term, 1850, of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of said County, levied on his undivided interest in a tract of Land situa ted in said County, adjoining the lands of Nicholas Fair less and others, it being tbe tract of land which descen ded to the defendant and others as tbe heirs at law of tbe late Granbury V. Williford, and that unless he appear at the next Term of said Court, to be held at the Court House in Tarboro', ou the fourth Monday in November next, and then and there replevy the property attached, and plead to issue, judgment by default final, will be rendered against him for the plaintiff's debt and costs, and thereupon a writ of Venditume exponas will issue accordingly. Done by order of said Court, at August Term, 1850. JOHN NORFLEET, C. C. C. Sept. 25, 1850. (Pr. adv. 5 62.) 83461. State of North Carolina, Lenoir County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Sept. Term, 1850. Attachment John Howard to use of Joseph R. Croom, vs. Benjamin F. Davis. IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Benjamin F. Davis is a non-resident of this State, it is ordered by the Court that publication be made in the North Carolina Standard, published in the city of Raleigh, N. C, for six successive weeks, com manding the Defendant, Benjamin F. Davis, to appear at the next term of our said Court, to be held on the first Monday of January next, at the Court House in Kinston, Lenoir County, N. C, answerto the Plaintiff's com plaints, or judgment will be entered according to At tachment, on the.Defendant's interest, in the Lands and Negroes, fee. Witness, W. C. Loftin, Clerk of our said Court at Office at Kinston, the 3d Monday of Sept., A. D. 1850. W. C. LOFTIN, C. C C. Sept. 15. 1850. (Pr. adv. $5 62 ) 834-fit. NOTICE. To the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the War of 1812, or of the Indian Wars since 1790, or their Widows and Children ; BY a recent Act of Congress the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the last War with Great Britain, or their Widows or minor heirs ; also the surviving Officers and Soldiers of any of the Indian Wars since 1790, or their Widows or minor heirs, and also the Commissioned Officers who were engaged in the late war with Mexico, are entitled to Bounty Lands in quantity from 40 to 160 acres, upon making satisfactory proof of the services ren dered. The undersigned tenders his professional services to those interested, and if he receives a sufficient number of applications he will go to Washington city as soon as the claims are prepared for action there. Where the Certificates of Discharge are in existence there will be leas trouble in making out the necessary proofs. N- J- PALMER. Milton. N. C, Oct. 15th, 1850. 837 lm. 9100 REWARD. INFORMATION having been given to the City au thorities, that some evil disposed persons have at dif ferent times assaulted the dwelling Houses of E. E. Har ris, E. Smith end Silas Burns, with stones and other missiles at night, thereby causing a malicious destruction of property, a great alarm and danger to their families, I have been directed to offer a reward of one hundred dollars to any person who shall give such information as hall lead to the detection and conviction of the offen ders or any one of them ; and I call upon all good citi zens who value the peace and food name of the City, to render their assistance, in order that the guilty may be punished, and our City protected from the repetition of such outrages in future. WM. DALLA8 HAYWOOD, btiendant. Raleigh, October 6th, 1850. 836 3t. 2flafl4n lbs' SPerm aad Tt,,ow Candles, Best WVVBnDdi, iust received bv R. TUCKER fc SON. 834 Raleigh, Sept. 21st, 1850. To the Patrons and Friends of the VARIETY STORE, Crr ef Fayetteville Street and Market Squat, RALEIGH, N. C. I BEG leave to inform the 'public generally that t am daily receiving direct from New York a vm complete assortment of Goods for the Fall and Winit trade, and baying bought every piece of Goods under m own observation, the selection is such as will give mJ. era satisfaction to all who mav favor me with their tiade. I most respectfully ask, onlv a fair trial from tht Citizens of Raleigh, and tbe surrounding country u tbe following stock of GOODS, to wit Black French Cloths and Cassimeres, Fancy Cassimeres and Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, heavy Wool Tweeds. Cottonades, fancy Vestings, Iiish Linen, wool and cotton f lannels, heavy Sheeting, Bleached Shirting and Sheeting, common to good Bleached and unbleached Jeans, Merino Shirting ' Bed and Mattress ticking, large assortment ot Linsevi Large lot of Blankets, common to good, sizes 6 ft d by 10 and 12 qrs. . ' ' Large and beautiful assorment of Calicoes, Muslin de lains, Cashmeres, figured Bobinett, Fancy striped, figured and plain Alapaccas, Swiss, Jackonet and Book Muslins, Pld. Swiss Muslin. Blk, Lace do., Tapes, Cord Thread and Cotton Laces, Edgings, Fringe Gimn And in fact, a full assortment of all qualities of iriDV ming goods, 1W Linnen and Cam. Hdfs. Cotton and Silk do, Fancy Cravats, Combs. Sewing Silk, ' Large lot of Silk. Satin. Straw anH T .frkn,., ,. . Misses Gipsies, and Children's Bennetts, Ribbons, Wreaths, Rosettes , Flowers, Featheis Large assortment Ladies' fine and heavy Boots' and Shoes, Children's Shoes, Gents' and Youth's heavy Kip Rro. gans. Heavy double and single sole Brogans, Silk, Fur, Brush, and Wool hats, Cloth, For, Plush and Leather Caps, Shawls large sizes, Suspenders, Ladies' white and blk. mode colered Cotton and Me rino Hose, Gentlemen's do and glovea ALSO, Large assortment of Crockery and Glassware, Hulls Patent, Tallow and Adamantine Candles Variety of Soaps, Teas and Coffee, Loaf, Crushed Clarified, Pulv. and Brown Sugars Salt, Molasses, Powder, Shot and Lead, Tobacco, Snuff, Havana and Principe Segars, Hemlock, and Oak-tanned Leather, Dye Stuffs, Shoe thread, Awl-blades, tacks, Files, Gimblets, Bed-cords, Nails, Spades, Shovels, hay-forks, &c. fee. , Printing. Wrapping, Foolscap and Letter paper, Great assortment of Buttons and Fancy Goods, Per. fumery. Sec. Besides a thousand useful and necessary articles which 1 am compelled to omit. ' All the above goods will be sold on accommoditing terms. Call and examine, at No. 30, Fayetteville St and No. 2, Market Square. '' , . c , J- J- RYALS, Raleigh, Sept. 24, 1850. 835 5t Imported Wines and Liquors. I HAVE just received from a large Importing House, in New York, the fol lowing choice Wines und Lienors. or wuicn l ask a trial from all who are fond of some thing good. 1 Cask Old Madeira, imported by Edward Black burn, 1846. 1 Cask Symington and Co's celebrated Madeira, which is well known in this City. do London Dock Pure Juice Port, imported 1846 a n suitable for Sacramental purposes, 1 do Superior Cooking Wine. 1 do Old Black Brand v, very choice. I do " Pale do do 1 do Pure old Schiodam Gin. As this is my first attempt in offering to the good pen. pie of Raleigh, so choice a lot of Wines and Liquors, I solicit a call, and all I ask is a small advance on cod P""- J. J. RYALS. Raleigh, Sept. 27th. 835 4w. NEW BOOKS. WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY, the entire Work, Unabbridged, in one Volume, Crown Quarto, of 1452 Pages; containing three times the matter found in any other English Dictionary compiled in this country, or any abridgment of this work, and yet " Iu definitions are models of Condensation and Pun'y." Hos. W.B. Calhoun. TESTIMONIALS. "I find it an invaluable vadeniecum" Washisgtoi Imvnre. " Etymological part surpasses anything that has been done for tbe English Language." Georoe Bahckoft. " Every scholar knows its value." Wx.M. Phescott. " A very valuable work a necessity to every educated man." Loan Brougham. "The most accurate and reliable Dictionary of the Language." Thos. Ajisibubgdok. " Ages will elapse before any other Dictionary of the Language will be required." Thomas Dick, LL. D of Scotland, author of " Christian Philosopher," Arc. " Its reputation is widely extended. I douht not this edition has received essential improvements from the able hands it has passed through." Jabsd Sparks. " Best defining Dictionary in the English Language." Horace Mask. " Accurate and reliable in giving a just exhibition of the Language." Robt. C. Winthrop. Mechanical execution " would do credit to the most celebrated establishment of Europe." T. B. Macailh. For Sale at the N. C. Bookstore, by H. D. TURNER. Raleigh, Oct. 16. 837 Copper work. Turpentine SllIIs, Ac, THE Subscriber informs tbe public that heis still car rying on his business in all its branches, at his Shop near the Raleigh Depot Turpentine Stills made to or der, in the best manner, and warranted to work well ; and all kinds of work promptly done in copper, brass steel, iron, dec Constantly on hand and for sale locks of all sorts and sizes, guns, pistols, dec The Subscriber only asks of the public to give him a full and fair trial, as he is deter mined not to be surpassed in his line. The Subscriber's establishment being the only one of the sort in all that region oi country, be confidently appeals to North Caro linians and to the friends of home industry, to sustain him. now Is the time to Save Fuel. BUCK'S Patent Improved Cooking Stoves, also, Stan ly's Air-tight, suitable for Parlors or private room I am the only Agent in North Carolina for Buck's Pa tent Improved Cooking Stoves. Any person wishing to purchase I would respectfully refer them to the follow ing gentlemen, who have them in use : Messrs. Charles Dewey, Dupree, D. Cameron. W. H. Haywood, Col. Yarbrough, E. P. Guion, and Geo. W. Mordecai. J08EPH WOLTERING. P. & His Establishment has been removed to Fay etteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. Raleigh, 8ept. 1st, 1850. 797- tf. HEW FIBM. THE Subscribers having connected themselves in ba siness, under the Firm of BUFFALOE & COOKE take this occasion to inform the public that thev will keep constantly on hand all articles necessary for the uses of the Family or Farm. Tbeir stock consists in part of the folowling articles : Bacon and Lard, Iron and Nails, , Flour, Meal and Corn, Cast end German Bus. u Castings, Trace Chains, nd Weeding Hoes, Sole and Upper Leather, Powder and Shot, and Let Loaf, crushed, clarified and Brown Sugars, Coffee, Molasses, and 8alt, Sperm, Adamantine, and Tallow Candles, Soaps, Tobacco, Snuffs, &c Countrv nrndm. rrtirnlarlv corn, fodder, and dry beef-hides will be taken at fair exchange. . The above articles have been carefully selected sua bought with cash, and the subscribers are determined a to be undersold by any dealers in tbe City. J. G. M. BUFFALOE. GEORGE T. COOKE. April 9, 1850. l7e N. B. South side OW Market Street, doors East of Williams, Haywood, dt Cos DnigJ"- Booinson's Shoes. CONSISTING of Ladie's Kid Wstxlng , Do. do. Slippers, Do. white do. Do. Satin, do. Misses Bootees, RnAtM. Misses and ChikW. BJaTSS? Just received by R- TUCKER, g6 Aug. 26, 1850.