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B n s in t s 6 No tices .
HAkery and confectionary.
puttick and mitchell would respect
fully infohn the public that their establishment is now in
the " lull tide of successful experiment," and they are prepar
ed to execute all orders in their line.in Cake a d Bread-LSak-ing,
Candy making, &c. r Nuts, Fruits, Groceries, &c al
ways kept on hand.
CIGARS, Our stock of Cigars is very large, some of them
of tha choicest brands, such ae Ele Gratitude,, Cobden Rega
lias, Silvaa, Excelsior, El Ciervo, Steamboat Principea, and a
Tariety tooj numerous to mention.
WrParties in the city or country furnished with every des
cription oj Oontectionaries, on the shortest notice and most
BRIDE'S CAKE carefully packed and sent to any part of
the btate. j Sugar and iMolasses cakes, also Candy, suitable
for country stores, packed in barrels or smaller packages,
cheaper than theycan be b-jught at any other hiuse in North
Carolina or Virginia. Low profits and quiSk aales, is our
motto. . v -i
Raleigh! May 28, 1853, I n2C-r-tf.
! PETER W. HINTON, J.
COMMISSiOiN AND FORWAKDING
. ! Ettffi2a:(BiErAnia,v
NOS. 25 AND 2G KOTHEUY'S WHAKF,
' J NORFOLK, VA.
Special attention paid t selling Tobacco' Flour, Grain, Cetton
&.C., &.c. Alao, to Receiving and torwarding Goods.
. i i'; : . EEFEE TO ; ' .
Charles L. Hinton, Esq., j George W. HATwooD,Esq.,
, vVake County, N. C. Raleigh, N. C.
J. B. G. i Roulrac, Esq., William Plcmmek, Esq ,
i Raleigh, N. C. I ' : Warrenton, N. C.
May 28, 1853. ly.
i I KID AND SILK GLOVES.
n K DOZEN pair Ladies and Gents Kid Gloves,
DO 12 do do do do Alexander SSlk Gloves
Real twisted Silk Gloves for Ladies and Misses.
: ' W. II & R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, Mareh 22d, 1853. 17
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS
BLAuK and second mourning Srlk Parasols,
Figured and solid colored do . do
Black bilk and Gingham Umbrellas.
J' W. H. &. R. S TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. 17
EXAMINE THIS NEW, USEFUL AXD OTERESIXG BOOK.
I7RIEbsLEYJrPRACTICAL TREATISE ON
. Business or, How to Get and Save Money. . With, an
inquiry into ttie chances of success and causes of failure in
bosiness. i i .- - - -
For sale by
,: ; II. D. TURNER,
rK Pioneer Bookseller, N. t. Book Store.
Raleigli, June 10th, ltu3. 28.
SPRING GOODS, 1853.
i S. H. YOUNG,
IS NOW RECEIVING HIS STOCK OF SPRING
and riuinmer goods, and would respectfully invite his
lr lends, and all wishing to purchase goods to call and exa
mine his stock, which consists of almost every variety of
!-!..... ... U - 'iL i ... . .
goods kept in sUiiiiar houses.
The following embraces part
t the stock. :
Plain and Fancy Dress Silks",
Plain and F;yjey Berate and Chally Berage.
; Plaid Summer Silks. '
Jackonets and Gingha
rnniea Jackonets ana ginghams.
' - Amerian and English Prints.
i Bonnet, Cap and iSeck Ribbons.
Collars, Sleeves, L, C. Hdkls.j Laces, Edgings,
Scc. &.C., &.c.
' ' ' '.
.bonnets for ladies and misses. . .
silk hats, leohorn and panama, do.
, boy's bats, various kinds.
Just received, Levering's Syrup, a prime article,
17-12IU., . S.H. yOU'NG.
f r :
LATEST styles for Ladies and Misses. .
- W. II. & K. S. TUCKER.
Uaiefgh, March 22d, 1853. 17
'READY MADE M ODE STYLES (
And General Emporium,
FAYETtEVILLE. STR iET.
' V M AGNIFCEN'T ASSORTMEN T, alf sizes for men
and boys, well made goods. Every ait.cie sold js
guaranteed in every respect. This. Stock was selected and
made up under my own supervision expressly for rny sales ;
believing that it is the best policy to manufacture good
Ready Made Clothing so that the purchaser can'buy without
the trouble of having his wearing apparel made to order.
Gentlemen will find upon examination upwards ol Ten
Thousand Dollars worth of the choicest goods ever opened
in this city. ;
Raleigh, October, 185 ' 46
piIE PRODUCT OF THE MEANS isequal to
- I the product ol the extremes," so says an arithmetical
rule. It you furnish one of your extremes with a pair of J.
Mills & Sons' Hoots and the other with one of Bebee's best
llats, they will be the means of bringing you into notice
with the ladies- Wotild-you like to know where to get them (
Just call at EVANS & COOKE'S cheap Store, No. 9 cheap
Raleigh, March 31, 18b3. 18
JOHN N. GORDON, & SON,
- AND DEALERS IN .
No. 94 MAIN-ST., RICHMOND, VA., j
OFFtK FOK SALE
Sweedes, American and English Ikon, all kinds and sizes..
English and American Blistered, Cast, Shear, German,
round, octagon and Spring- SteeL.
McCormick S. Palmer's Mould Boards, Grouud Wagon and
. Horse-Shoe Nail Rods. ' - ,
Tin Plate, S&eet Zinc, Spelter, and Spelter Solder.
' ? Block Tin, in Pigs mid Bars.
Braziers Sheetinc? and Bar Copper,
. Sheet and Bar Lead and Wire.
Savcepan Handles and Bucket Ears.
Sour, Dinner, Breakfast and Bakers' Tin Plates.
; Tinned and Black Rivets.
Boot and Shoe Linings, Binding, &c, &c.
Carpet Warp, white and colored.
Sole Leather, French and American Calf Skins.
: Groceries of all kinds.
OCT ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
METROPOLIAN AGENCY. '
No. 15 1 FULTON ST., New-York.
C. RICHARDS HAVING ESTABLISHED
all Kinas. newuuinaiu io nit jran.uooo v.
Books, Type, Musical Instruments, Philosophicai. and
Chemical Apparatus, Stationery, Works of Art, Arti
cles of Vertu and Bijouterie, Furniture, Carriages,
Agricultural Implements, Wedding Trousseaux and Ca
deaui, Wardrobe and Toilet Articles for Ladies.
W. C. R. will secure the aid of competent persons in every
department of his Agency where bis ow judgment and taste
might be in fault, and the selection of all articles ior ladies will
be made under the direction of ieminine taste.
The rate of Commission for these various services cannot
alwjys be pre-stated with exacthess but in Cases where no
special agreement is made beforehtind, parties may rely upon
the subscriber's pledge to make only the least remunerative
1.1 t I :!)... J .Cn m.wnVi.iCA rf v
Special Keterences wui De given wneu uesireu.
THE MANUFACTURE OF BROOMS, having been
itA ki, R.v Af nirwtm-H nf the. Institution for
the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, as one of the mechanical
branches to be, taught to the pupils, more especially to those
in the Blind department, notice is given that we are now
prepared to furnish a very superior article of Brooms either
wholesale.or retail. , .
03- We desire to call the attention of Merchants who are
about going North for their Fall supplies, to the fact that they
now have an opportunity of supplying themselves with this
erticle nearer home. All communications on this subject or
orders for Brooms should be addresto d
WE HAVE THIS DAY SOLD OUR. 1NTERES T IN
the Stock of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, m the
Store lately owned by Richard Smith, (on the corner,) to
: Messrs. PECK &. BLEDSOE, which will be kept well sup
plied by them "with Hardware, Groceries, &c, &c.
. Our old triends and patrons will recollect we are next door
to the corner, No. 29, cheap place, opposite Harding's, where
we shall continue the Dry Goods business, and sell at . our
i jjsua) low prices. This is no " humbug" as the people of this
and the counties adjoining know. We are hr receipt of a good
many Dry Goods, bought within a few days past and which
will be soldi low and no mistake. Call on usi
. . a .x EVANS & COOKE
July 9, 1853. 32 tf.
Business Notice s.
VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOKS,
THOMAS, COWPERTHWATT, & CO.,
and sold by booksellers generally,
MITCHELL'S SERIES OF SCHOOL GEOGRAPHIES.
MITCHELL'S PRIMARY j GEOGRAPHY,
THIRD REVISED EDITION.
ILLUSI1IED BI MORE THAN
HUNDRED BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVINGS,
AND "I "
FOURTEEN COLOURED MAPS.
THE PRESENT EDITION OF THIS POPULAR
work is printed from new plates, ffre fourth stereotyped
for the book since its first appearance twelve years ago, with
in which period more than a million cbpies have been circu
lated. . I '
Encouraged by the extensive patronage bestowed on tins
work, the publishers have taken' advantage of the present re
vision, mucL to improve it in every respect. Such alterations
in the text as recent geographical discoveries and changes
rendered necessary, have been made. The maps have been
greatly improved and several liew and beautiful cuts, designed
by Billings, and executed in the finest istyle ol the engraver's
art, have Deen added. .
MITCHELL'S INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY
In quarto form, containing maps and reading matter in the
same book, j
I L LU 8 T R A TEC BY
MORE THAN FORTY COLORED MAPS.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ENGRAVINLS.
This work occupies a medium space between the author's
I'rimary Geography, and the well known School Geography
and Atlas, of which last book it contains about two-thirds oi
th.e amount of matter. . "
For convenience of use, andieliable maps and "matter,
ijiia book has no superior. j
MITCHELL'S SCHOOL GEpGRAFHT 3 AND ATLAS,
FOURTH REVISED EDITION.
The present revision has been altogether more thorough and
complete than any heretofore attempted. The book has been
entirely re-written, and fully brougnt up to the present time.
Advantage has been taken of many suggestions kindly offered,
by distinguished practical teachers, to iniprove the work in its
general plan and arrangement ; and it is believed that it will
bear the closest criticism, both with reference to its geographi
cal accuracy, and its adaptation for use as a school manual.
The Atlas accompanying the new addition contains thirty
two beautiful Maps handsomely coloied.and finely executed in '
the best style of the en-graver's art, fully representing all the ,
recent geographical discoveries. With the United States' '
Maps especially, great pains have been taken to exhibit cor
rectly the numerous railroads ofthe country, new county lines,"
and the true position oi many liew and important towns, not
generally represented in School Atlases.
New and excellent Maps of Wisconsin, Michigan, and
Texas, have been introduced. Others, showing the various
routes to the Pacific, by the Isthmuses of Panama, Tehuante
pec.and Nicaragua, are now added, together with a new map
of the Sandwich Islands.
The information obtained with reference to the new States
and Territories west ofthe Mississippi, the discoveries of Lt.
De Haven, in his search for Sir John Franklin, and those ol
late travelers in Central and Southern Africa, as also in Aus
tralia, have been incorporated in the work. - In short, it is be
lieved that no discovery or change of any importance for the
last ten years is left unnotieed in this edition.
The Atlas also contains nine quarto pages of statistical mat
ter, arranged in tables. and obtained from the most authentic
eouices. These tables .exhibit the height of he principal
mountains nnd volcanoes, the length of rivers, the area of the
principal islands and lakes, the extent and population of the.
different countries, and the population of the principal cities
upon the globe ; all compiled from the latest and most reliable
authorities. In the department of United States' statistics, the
tabk-sare very complete, and exhibit fully tlte civil, industrial
nnd political condition of the country, as shown by the census
of 1S50. In addition to thee tables, is one showing the rail
roads and canals of the United States, and one presenting at a
glance the important events in the history of each State, and
what will be invaluable to everyteacher, a full table of the
Educational Statistics of the Union.
GEOGRAPHICAL QUESTION BOOK,
' ' , comprising .
GEOGR APniCAL DEFINITIONS,
f. " AND CONTAINING
QUESTIONS ON ALL THE MAPS OF
MITCHELL'S SCHOOL ATLAS, '
: MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS. " ,
AN ANCIENT, CLASSICAL AND SACRED -GE MSB AT"HY
I r ' ctirtji-l'"-Jn il wilK
ENGRAVINGS OF REMARKABLE EVENTS,
VIEWS OV ANCIENT tUTItS,
, AND" VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS,
AND ILLUSTRATED BY AN A.NCIENT ATLAS,
CONTAISING NINETEEN ELEGANT COLORED MAPS.
There are no geographical works published in this country,
lhat are more in demand or that have a wider circulation than
those of Mr. Mitchell. There are upwards of 350,000 co
pies of thein sold annually, and about 250 persons constantly
employed in their manufacture. The arrangements ofthe
publishers are such that they are enabled to give correctly all
Ihe latest geographical discoveries. They publish the only
lull, series ol Geographies in the country, and paving in con
stant employ a strong geographical force ofinap engravers
and others, and being very iargely engaged in the pulication of
of the various States, and other maps, they are-enabled topre
sent the School series correct, both in maps and matter, up to
the date of publication, .
Raleigh, April 20, 1954. ly.
" W. H. &, R. S. TUCKER
HAVE in store and will take pleasure in showing to their
t'rietds and the public generally, a Stock of Now Goods
which was selected with great care, and fur variety of styles,
richness of design and relative cheapness, according to quali
ty, cannot be surpassed byny similar establishment in the
They would take this method of returning to the commu
nity their wannest thanks for the very liberal patronage since
their connection, and desire to retain and increase their trade
by punctual attention and correot management of business.
They now ask attention to the following articles,;
Black Poult DrSoi,
do Gros DcR ine,
do 'do do JNap,
do . do do Zeuic
. Rieh Brocade
Plain, Plaidcd, and Striped do -
Marceline, Florence and Lutestring do
Plain and Figured Tissues,
Solid Colored Bareges, (all colors,) 1
Printed and Satin Colored Bareges,
Plain and Paris Printed Chaly,
Organdi Muslins ,
Printed Jackonet' Muslin,
Brilliantees, - ' -Ginghams,
Vvhite, Dotted and Figured Muslin, "
jackonet and Cambrick do
Cross-barred and Striped do
Swiss and Book
Nainsook and Mull
Bishop Lawns i
Berlin Cord Muslin for Bonnets, &c, Sec.
-.? -igi. March,22d 1853
LADIES white and black Sik Hose,
do Spun r do do' do
do Bleached and unbleached Cotton Hose,
do Black and lead colored do do
Misses and children's bleached, striped and clock Hose,
Gents Eng Striped Half Hose, . t '
&o half Hose, all colors, :
Boys do , do striped and plain.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. y 17
THE TIME HAS COME."
THE SUBSCRIBERS having purchased the large and
w ell-assorted stock of Goods, owned by the late Richard
Smith, in a lump, will sell the larger portion of them at cost
and under. Farmers, Mechanics, Merchants and the fest ol
mankind, would do well to call' and examine the Stock and
set such things as they- need for time to come. In addition
ihere is a large and well selected assortment of Dry Goods,
Silks, Satins, velvets, JVIouslins, Muslins, white and colored
Ginghams, CIoths,:and Cassimeres and Vestings of a very
superior quality. 400 pieces of Calicoes, which will be sold
remarkably low.' Call soon and get bargains at the old stand
f R. Smith, on the corner of Fayetteville and Harget streets.
: EVANS & COOKE.
Raleigh, February, 1853. ,13 tf.
MANTILLAS AND SHAWLS.
PLAIN and Embroidered Silk Mantillas,
Black Silk Lace Mantillas, velvet trirruiied,
do do . do Points,
Figured do- do Manfillas,
. Plain and Embroidered Crape Shawls.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. . 17
FINE DRESS SHIRTS.
1AA DOZ. " Patent York Seem n Shirts, just opened at
March 2nd, 1853. . . 18
A SPLENDID lot of French AccordeonsNos. 4,5,8, 11
13, 17, 71, 72, just opened at the
N. C. MUSIC STORE.
Raleigh, Feb. 4, 1853. 11
. . For the rapid Care of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
MANY. YEARS OF TRIAL, I. STEAD OF IM
pairing the public confidence in this medicine, has won
for it an appreciation and notoriety by far exceeding the
most sanguine expectations of its friends. Nothing but Us
intrinsic virtues and the unmistakable benefit conlerred oh
thousands of sufferers, could originate and maintain the rep
utation it enjoys. While many Ulterior remedies thrust upon
the community, have failed and been discarded, this has
gained friends by-every trial, confeTed benefits on the afflict
ed they can never forget, and. produced cures too numerous
and too remarkable to be forgotten- '
While it is a fraud on the public to pretend that any one
medicine will infallibly cure still (here is abundant proof
that the Cherry Pectoral does not only as a general thing,
but almost invariably cure the maladies for which it is em
ployed. ; - , .
As time makes these facts wider and better knowri.this
mdioine hoo gmelnalfy become the best reliance of the afflict
i ed, from the log-cabin ofthe American Peasant, to the pala-
ces 01 European rungs, i nrongnoui mis enure country, m.
1-1 rr n'l . i . .1 a. . .
every fctate, city, and indeea almost every nannei 11 contains,
'Cherry Pectoral is known as the best remedy extant for
diseases of the Throat and Lungs, and in many foreign coun
tries, it is becoming to be extensively used by their most in
telligent Physicians. In Great Britain, France and Germa
ny, where the medical 'sciences have reached their highest
perfection, Cherry Pectoral is introduced, and in constant
-use in the Armies, Hospitals, Alms Houses,- Public Institu
tions, and in domestic practice, as the surest remedy their
attending Physicians can employ forthe most dangerous af
fections ofthe lungs. Also in milder cases, and for children
it is sate, pleasant and effectual to cure. ' In fact, some ol the
most flattering testimonials We receive have been from parents
who have found it efficacious in cases particulaily incidental
The Cherry Pectoral is manufactured by a practical
'Chemist, and every ounce of it under his own eye, with inva
riable accuracy and care. It is sealed and protected by law
from counterfeits, consequently can be relied on as genuine,
We have endeavored hereto furnish the community with
a medicine of such intrinsic superiority and worth' as shoujd
commend itself to their confidence a remedy at once safe,
speedy and effectual, which this has by repeated and count
less trials proved itself to be ; and trust byj great care in pre
paring it with chemical accuracy, of uniform strength, to af
ford Physicians a new agent on which they can rely forthe
best results, at. d the afflicied with a remedy that vill do Tor
them all that a medicine can do.
Prepared and sold by James C, Ayer, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell. Mass.
Sold in Raleigh by Williams & Haywood, P. F.'Pescud,
and by Druggists and Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
June, 1853. 27 3m&c.
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF THE SIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES
ARISING FROM A DISORDERED
LIVER OR. STOMACH ;
Such as Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity ofthe Stomadi, Nausea, Heartburn, 'Disgust
for Food, Fullness (ir Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruc-,.
tations. Sinking or fluttering at the Pit. of. the Stomaehj
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing,
Flutter ng at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations
when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs
before the sight, Fever andDull Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in
the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil, and Great
Depression' ol Spirits. ' .
CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY
immnm m germait bitters,
PREPARED BY :
r. C. M. JACKSOIV,
No. 120; Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above "diseases is not excelled, if
equalled, by any other preparation in the United States, as
the cures attest, in many "cases after skilful physicians had
failed. " '
These Bitters are worthy the tntion of invalids. '.Pos
sessing great virtues i.i the rectification of diseases of the
Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching powers
in weakness and affections of the digestive organs, they are,
withal, sjafe, certain arid pleasant. . '
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
The "Philadelphia Saturday Gazette," says of Dx, Hoof
land's German .Bitters : f ,
" It is seldom-lhat we recon mend what are termed Patent
Medicines, to the confidence and paironasre of our readers ;
and therefore when we recommend Dr. Hoofland s German
Bitters we wi.-h it to be distinctly understood that we are not
speaking ol the nostrums ofthe day, that are noised about for
a brief period and then forgotten after they have done their
guilty race of mischief, but of a medicine long established
universally prized, and which has met the hearty approval of
the faculty itself."
" Scott's Weekly," said,NAug.,25 m
" Dr. Hoofland's German Betters, manufactured by Dr.
Jackson, are now recommended'by some ol,the mostpromi
nent members of the faculty as an article of. much ef
ficacy in cases of .female weakness. Persons of debilitated
constitutions will find these Bitters advantageous to their
health, as we know from experience the salutary effect they
have upon weak systems."
J.G.. Moore, Esq., of the Daily News, said, October, 31st :
"Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters. We are trying this
renowned medicine for a s.ubborn disease of the bowels) arid
'can with truth testily to its efficacy. We. have taken the con
tents of two bottles, and we have derived more benefit from
the experiment .than we derived previously from years of allo
pathic treatment at, the hands of our first physicians." .
Hon. C. D. timeline, Mayor otths City of Camden, N . J.,
".Hoof land's German Bitters. We have seen'many flat
tering not ces of this medicine, and the source from which
(hey came induced us to make inquiry respecting its nierits.
From inquiry we were persuaded to use it, and must say we
.found it specific in its action upon diseases of the liver and
digestive organ, and the powerful influence it exerts upon
nervous prostration, is real ly surprising. It ca ms and strength
ens the nerves, bringing them into a Btate of repose, making
If this medicine was more generally used, we are satisfied
there would be less sickness, as from the stomach; liver and
nervous system, the great majority of real and imaginary dis
eases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition and you
can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we would advise our friends who are at all indisnos-
eu, 10 fie a irmi 11 win recommend nseir. ii snauia, -joct
eviueuces 01 111c
For sale wholesale and retail, at The German Medicine
Store, No. 120, Arch, street one door below Sixth, Philadel
phia, and by respectable dealers generally throughout the
country. V r
Sold by P. F. Pescud, Williams and Haywood, Raleigh,
and by Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
May, 1852. 27 y.
IT'RENCH worked Collars,
. do do Capes,
. do do . Chetnizette'8,
do do Undersleeves,
Musjin Bauds, '
Swiss and Cambrick FlouncingSi.
, do . do Edging and Inserting,
1 Valeneieur j do do
Thread and Lisle- do do
Thread Bobbin ; do " do
Black and White Lac; Veils, &c., &c
Raleigh, March 22d, 1813. W' & S' TUCI
. DOS'1 FORGET.
TT7HEN YOU WANf ANY THINfi tat thp WAV
V V of HARDWARE to call at Hichard Smith 's old
stand, on the corner, and fciy.. We bought the goods to sell
in aiew niouius, anu ineimust go at some, price. AH soits
of Dry Goods we are selfag far below their worth, to close
EVANS & COOKE.
4 CASES Peeble's bestBpring style of Hats, those wishing
4: the very besarticle
mu. oeiicr can bi onee on
EVANS & COOKE
iNo. 29, Cheap Side.
Raleigh, February 5, 13.
. ' RIBLOSS! RIBBONS! I
TICH BONNET, Ne t, Sash and Taffeta Ribbons.
X , . , , W.H.&. R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 23d, 185. 17
nsincss No titer I
PUBLISHERS, STATIONERS, MERCHANTS and
Others, who require Illustrations for Advertising 01 , Orna
mental purposes, are respectfully invited to notice the sub
scribers " Engraving Establishment." Specimens of hne
and bold work, in every style always on hand. -
All orders will receive immediate attention, and to save
delay, please state whether to be finely executed or lor what
purpose and at ajbout what price cut. . .
Designs artistically arranged, in a manner, style ana price
to suit all purposes. Those in want of illustrations, will nnd
it to their advantage to order of A. H. JOCELYW,
Successor to Childs & Jocelyn,
Artistsand Enm-avers on Wood,
March, 6, 1853. No. 60 Fulton-Street, New York.
BY recent arrivals, the subscriber has recieved the
1 largest and most desirable stock of Medicines,
Paints, Oils. Perfumery, crushes, Lriassware ; v ar-
nishes, Cigars, Soaps, Tobacco and
Which he has ever offered to the public, bought on tbemost
favorable terms of Importers and Manufacturers, and which
will be disposed of at prices and upon terms to pleas my
friends and the public. .
Below is a list of a few articles lately received, viz :
, 500 gallons Linseed Oils.
300 do Lamp Oil, Summer and Winter.
300 do . Tanners Oil.
500 .do 1 Rosin Oil.
-600O lbs. Brakes Fire Proof Paint.
200 Kegs White Lead, No. 1, and Pure,
1 Cask Spanish Brown.
5 do Silver mineral Paint.
5 Bbls. Varnish, assorted kinds. ,
10 do Spirits Turpentine.
10 do Burning Fluid.
2 do Pure Castor OiU , ."
500 lbs. Sup. Carb. Soda. (English.)
6 Boxes Yeast Powders.
55000 Cigars, very, Superior, and Medium.
1 Bbl. Blue Stone.
1 Box Babbits celebrated Soap Powder.
2 gross capsules, assorted.
75 ounces Quinine.
-10 lbs. Calomel. 12 dozen Hampton's Tincture.
40 do Gum Arabic. 150 lbs. Cream Tartar,
300 do white and brown Glue.
12 doz.. Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
6 do Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry.
6 do Hofland's German Bitters. 1 :
29 do Savsaparilla : Bulls, Sands and Pelletiers.
12 do Low's old brown Windsor Soap. 1
100 do Brushes : Hair, Tooth, Cloth and Paint.
6 do" Hastings Svrup of Naptha.
100 do Boxes window glass from 8x10 to 18x24.
500 lbs. very superior Putty.
30 cases Apothecaries Glassware.
A very large assortment of Perfumery, Syringes, Cathetera,
Bougies, Surgical and Dental Instruments, Fishing Tackle,
Patent Medicines, Fruit and Gum Drops, Wines, French
Brandy, London Porter, fresh Olives, Spices, Cooking Ex
tracts, Gelatine, Trusses, Braces and Supporters, Vermifuges,
Powder Puffs, 'Matches, and Thompsonian Medicines,
Lamps, and many other articles too tedious to mention.
; P. F. PESCUD,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
- Raleigh, Nov. 16, 1852. 51 tf. -
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY.
THE Subscribers would call the attention of Printers to
the greatly reduced prices of their present list. They
Pica at 30 cts.
Small Pica .... 32
Long Primer . . 34 "
Bourgeois . . . . 37 "
Brevier ... 42 "
Minion 48 cts.
Nonpiriel . 58 "
Agate ..-, 73 "
Pearl $1 08 "
Diamond 1 60 "
Determined to snare no expense in makine their establish
ment as perfect as possible, tney have recently got up a 'com
plete set of the justly celebrated Scotch-cut Letter, from
Diamond to English, to which they particularly invite atten
Having lately made numerous additions to their stock of
Fancy 1 ypes, Borders, Ornaments, &c, their assortment is
now unrivalled in the United States ; and their improved
methods of casting, and of preparing metal, enable them to
furnish orders in a manner to insure satisfaction.
Printing Presses, Cases, Stands, Chases, Galleys, Printing
Ink, and every article used in a printing-office, constantly on
hand, at the lowest rates.
Second-hand Presses, and Type used only in stereotyping,
at reduced prices.
with correctness and dispatch. .
N. B. Specimen Books will be sent to Printers who wish
to make orders. L. JOHNSON &. Co. 1 "
December 20, 1852. " ' No. 6 Sansom Street.
STRINGS I STRINGS !
ANOTHER supply of those elegant Italian Guitar'and
Violin Strings this day received at the "
N. C. MUSIC STORE.
Raleigh, Feb. 4, 1853. 11
AXES! AXES!! AXES!!!
THE WELL-KNOW SUPERIORITY OF THE
GENUINE HARTFORD COLLINS .
Axes, has induced some manufacturers to stamp their axes
H. COLLINS, and such aes are frequently sold as my ma
nufacture. . :
V The GENUINE COLLINS' AXES, which have been
made under my direction for more than twenty-five years, and
which have sustained suchan unrivaled reputation , are nvari
ably stamped COLLINS & Co , HARTFORD. They are
to be found at-our Depot, in the city of New York, and at the
principal hardware stores in the larsre cities.
SAMUEL W. COLLINS.
March 29, 1853. 19 12m.
A BOOK-FOR EVERY YOUNG MAN.
BY W3I COBBETT.
ADVICE TO: YOUNG MEN, AND (INCIDENTAL
ly) to young women in the middle and higher.ranks
In a scries of letters addressed to a Youth, a Bachelor, a
Lover, a Husband, a Citizen, or a Subject. Price, fifty
- For sale by
II. D. TURNER,
North Carolina Book Store. .
Raleigh, April,- 1853. 19-
FANCY CLOTH, DRESS, AND FROCK COATS.
E have now upward of 150 Cloth, Dress and, Frock
toats,.maae and cut, and the latest sty le, at -
April 2nd, 1853. 8
PRINTING INK MANUFACTORY,
TO. 296 FRONT ST., BETWEEN MONTGOMERY
rid GouYcrneur-streets, East River. Office 89 Beek-
man-eet, corner of Cliff-street. The subscriber continues
to marrufacture, and has constantly on hand, Printing Ink oi
all the1 varieties of (qualities and color; Printers and Mer
chants will find their orders executed at moderate prices and
may be assured of receiving as good an article as there is in
the market. GEORGE MATHER.
N. Y., Dec. 6, 1852. ? tf.
? W. F. BASON, M. D D. D. S.
BEGS LEAVE, respectfully to ofler his services as Medi
cal, Surgical and Mechanical
Those who think proper to favor him with their calls, should
make application, either before, or the first opportunity after
arrival, at such places as notice may be -eiven
- December 4, 1852. , B jtf
- K, . NOTICE.
The late partnership of Mcllwaine, Brownley &, Co ; hav
ing expired by limitation, we will continue the
GROCERY" AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
UNDER THE FIRM AXD STYLE OF
McILWAINE, SON & Co.
and hope by constant and faithful attention to the interests oi
onr lnends, to merit a continuance of their patronage and
eupport. r ts
Our Stock of Groceries will be large and commanding, em
r.incmg a general assortment of goods in our line (intoxicating
We shall give strict attention to the sale of Produce on
Commissioii, and will be prepared to make liberal advances.
A. G. McILWAINE, 1
ROB'T D. McILWAINE,
ROB'T A MARTIN,
JOSEPH B. DUNN.
Petersburg, Va January, 1853.
Music, Pianos, GuitarsTVioiins, &c.
AT THE N. C. MUSIC STORE.
JUST received and ready for inspection and sale, a beautiful
assortment of Pat. h'd Rosewood Guitars, beauiifuJ ty orna
Violins, a larger and cheaper lot than ever before offered in
tne btate, :
Violin Boxes,.Boxwood, Logwood and White,
Violin Cases, varnished wood and paper
vfoUnBridUS; E- D' C"' W and Silver key,
Clarrionets and Clarionettas,
Violincellos and Bows,
rtlT4' &c" i-
D E SI G If IN G
JYEW BOOKS !
IREDELL on EXECUTORS;
A Treatise on the Law of Executors and
IN NORTH CAROLINA,
By JAMES IREDELL.
THE object of this work has been to exhibit the law as it
now stands in Nor'th Carolina, in relation to the mat
ters of which it treats. It embraces therefore, the English
doctrines, so far as they are recognised in our own State, as
well as our acts of Assembly, and the decisions ot our own
Courts on the subjeet of WILLS, EXECUTORS and AD
MINISTRATORS. It is thought it may prove useful not
only to members of the legal profession, butalso to Others who
are so frequently called-upon to undertake the indispensable,
important and responsible trusts of Executors' and Adminis
trators. For Sale by V. L. POMEROY. '
Raleigh, 15th April, 1852.
THE Subscriber takes this method of informing his friends'
and customers, that he hasJassociated with him in the
- Clothing business Mr. John Li king ana jas. n.
nave been tor some time connected wnn ine tfsiauiffuuicui
and are well acquainted with the business. In future the bus
iness will be conducted in the name of
' J. J. BIGGS, & CO.
By this new arrangement one of the firm is expected to spend
about one half of his time at the North. making purchases and
superintending the manufacture of Ready Made Clothing.
The intention of the new firm, will be to offer greater induce
ments than heretofore, both as regards variety and prices,
The Subscriber tenders his sincere thanks to his numerous'
friends and customers for their patronage and support, and
earnestly solicits 'a continuance to the new firm.
J. J. BIGGS.
NORTH CAKOI.IWA CXOTJUNG STORE.
THE Subscribers, most respectfully call the attention of
the citizens of the State to their Stock of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS;
also, a fine stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings which
will be made to order in the most approved .manner. The
balance of their stock of . ' .
' HEAVY WINTER COATS,
Willbesold at a verysmall advance on the first cost foreash
their furnishing goods will also be sold at reduced prices. .
A fine lot of Hats alwtys on hand. Cutting, done at the
shortest notice. '
Call at No. 10, Faystteville Street.
J. J. BIGGS & CO.
Raleigh, Jan. 8, 1853. ' 6
A FEW YARDS NORTH OF THE COURT-HOUSE,
GREENSBORO, N. C. m:
SOLOMON HOPKINS, Proprietor.
FANCY CA?S. HALF SACK COATS.
TUST received 100 fine Business Half Sack Coats.
V April 2nd, 1S53. ' 18
g.bn rational 3 ttBlitntions
R. A. EZELL, A. 31., Principal.
JOSEPH McMURRAN, A. B., Assists
rpHE FALL SESSION WILL COMMENCE ON
.JL Monday the 4th of July.
Additionfil arrangements have been mae which will en
able tie Principal to accommodate withood board and spa
cious rooms thec'onstantly increasing numbi-r ot applicants
for admission into the School. Boys from a distance are re
quired to Board in the family of the Principal, where the su
pervision is execised ever their morals, and where tliey re
ceive every kindness and attention conducive to their com
fort. The Principal relies with proud confidence, upon the
merits of his School lalone for success ; and refers the public,
to his own well known ski.Il, and experience for more than
twenty years, in the business ot teaching, to the undoubted abi
lity and fidelity of his accomplished colleague, to the sood be
havior, moral deportment and intellectual improve
ment of His students, and to the already extending patron
age bestowed upon him, as the best and most reliable recom
mendations of the School which it is in his power to exhibit.
His patrons are the best judges of tbe character of the Semi
nary and to them he confidently refers an enlightened public.
The School is independent of any Board of Trustees, and
under the exclusive management ofthe Principal.
.Mr. McMurran. the able coadiutor f rke Principal, gTadu
ftTprf with vhrjTTrmstinntiiT-nx IlainDden SmJooj. iO
brineo w-th hirii testimonials from the President and Faculty
of that Institution, evineing his great moral worth and high
order of scholarship, especially in Mathematics and the solid
sciences. He has, likewise, a letter of recommendation
signed by everymember of the Board of Trus.ees of Greene
A'cndemy in Alabama, pf which he was Principal until his
services were secured lor this school, expressing their exalted
sense of his qualifications as a Teacher, and their deep regret
at losiSg his valuable services. Besides the testirrionials
above allu led to, he is strongly recommended as a gentleman
and Teacher, bv the Rev. Dr. Hall, o! Huntsvillf , Alabama ;
iby the Rev. J. T. Hargrove, Middleburg, Virginia; by the
"ReV. Moses D. Hocje, Richmond, Virginia ; by A. D. Dick
inson and Samuel C. Anderson, Esqrs., Prince Edward Ct.
House, Virginia ; by the Rev, W. S. F. Graham, President
of Delaware College, and by the Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D.
D , LL. D-, President, and Messrs. JfccKSON, Lewis and
Reed, Professors of Union College, New York.
Like the Principal;. Mr. McMurran is; a southern man by
birth and education, f .
TERMS, PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS.
Board, - - - - - - - - - - - - $50 00
Tuition in the English branches, - - - 12 50
Do. do. Anct. Lan. and Mathematics, 17 50
Tuition in the Modern Languages, each, - .10 00
Fuel at Sclvool Room, - - - - - - 00 50
June 25, 1853. ' ' n30-4t.
WARREN COUNTY, N. C.
THIS SEMINARY has been in successful operation
twelve years. The Academic year is divided into two ses
sions of 21 weeks each : the Summer session commences on
the first Monday in July, and closes on the last Friday, in
Nov. Pupils will be received at anyperiod of the session
and charged only from time of entrance. Ample provision
has been made fortheaecommodation of more than 100 pupils.
The Natural Science&are illustrated and enforced by Weekly
lectuiesand appropriateexperiments. Pupils can remain with
the Principals during Vacation.
The Faculty of this Institution consists of experienced
Terms , per Session of Five Months :
Board and English tuition, including Stationary
and Fuel for School-room, i $64 00
Piano music and use of Instrument, 23 00
Music on Guitar and use of do., 20 00
Wax Flowers and Fruit, each, 5 00
Ancientand Modern Languages, each, ' 10 00
Landscape Drawing and Painting, 10 00
Painting in Water Colors, . 10 00
Painting in Oil,, 15 00
,n GRAVES & WILCOX.
WM A T. TC . fiS!C TUT TTBT . X3 XT
rymS INSTITUTION, which has been 17 years in suc
X cesstui operation, is situated in the village of Bloomfield,
Essex county, New Jersey, about 4 miles from Newark, and
12 miles from the city of New York.
r The different departments of instruction are under the care
of nine teachers, who are thoroughly prepared for their work.
not only by an intimate practical acquaintance with the
branches taught, but by an "aptness to teach,". Which ia even
more important to insure success.
EvfirV FncilitV frr intollt:l 4nr.n.... 1 Hit
'Globes, Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus, Library
Miners ntnnl nnH fV.nI,-l. l -i.:.i i i
i j C r "vuvuumgiuai wauiiieis, uave oeen pro
vided, SO that this Institution, in every respect, will compare
favorably with the best institutions in the country.
Circulars containing terms, and other particulars may be
obtained of Wm, D. Cooke, Esq., Principal of the North
Carolina Institution jfor the Deaf and Dumb, either by person-
iUuiuu ui ujr ietier, posz-paia.
H. B, COOKE, ) p . ,
R. L. COOKE, $ principals.
Bloomfield, Essex Co. N. J. )
Dec. 1, 1852, $
NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION'
FOR THE DEAF & DUMB & THE BLIND
THE Sessions of this Institution will hereafter commence
on the First day of Septembe of each year, and continue
This change has been made in order to bring the vacations
into the months of July and August, which, on account of
the heat of that season, are less adapted, to study than the
omer monms. ii aiso onngs me commencement ot the
School to the season when the Sheriffs of the different coun
ties are coming in to make their returns, thus affording a good
ufjuui tunny ivi paFeuia iu seuu men uuiiuren.
The following are the Officers in the Intellectual Depart'
ment of this Institution.
WILLIAM D. COOKE, M. A., Principal.
J, A. Waddkll, M. D., "I '
Talbot B. Coleman, lt r , m
Geo. E. Ketcham, f Professors and Teachers.
Charles M. Grow. J , .
Teachers of Music in the Blind Department
Miss E. A. FITZWILSON and H. I. I. SOLOMORS
PrrndpalPPhCaUOnS 11(1,1x18810,1 Bu0 be made to the
Raleii, August 14, 1832. tf
J3 naincss oticC6
. " make aro
-pROM $5 TO $10 A DAY MAY BP J ?
nnv -individual ot fiommr.n .Dt Ju.
of a highly useful discovery in univeVl'd M
u'lit wuiiii iiv icLuiii man iiii i no .:.
with $1 enclosed.
Address, r' ul a Pts
1 CTI Ml I IT i
Centre P n ...
June 2, 1853.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OFmTTTI
tSF.PORT OF PROFRSSOR i?..A0ll
XV gical Survey of North Carolina -hij
For sale by
Raleigh, March, 1853.
. " " " a. c.
rpHE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF Thp
- jy.i.igo nan itccii ampiy tested anil k i
ficial effects are so generally known, that it p'rluH
cessity of a lengthy description, 1 wi'1m l S6ri
hope with kind and attentive assistants p,,Li0Wnt,'
- UI i :.IAJ .1 . . 6tfWU SPIT...
music, a lauie lurrusireu wun me Best th-ft r.n u ""if
1 ..li . r...... j . ltntwn,,l
duu iuuuui txk. wmigco, lu oanai anu please al! u-k
tronize me, and thereby induce them to repeat tK ""l
RATfiS OF BOARD AS FOLLOWS:
Per Season of 3 Months - - - . ...
Per Month '
Per Day - . . .'
Horse per Day ' ?
" " Month, ......
Children under 12 years of aee and
Season commences on the 15th June. 'M11pr
Jr Hacks. w always be-lound at the VtiK
tin arrival ot theXiars, lor the Accommodation orm?
liner on the Raleiffh and Gaston railrnnd tl aostti
be a daily mail from Warrenton to the Springs.
ANALYSIS OF THE WATERS, BY PROFESSOR STEWn J
BALTIMORE. Mil.- ' " $
WHITE SULPHUR SPRING.
Soeeific gravity, 1000 1. Reaction Arid
Gaseous Contents Sulphuretted Hvdrownanr J
Solid Contents Sulphate ol Magnesia ; Sulphate of 1 1
with a trace of Potash, Soda and Silicia. 'v
Total solid contents in 000 grains of the water 1
Salts oLime,(J 84 , Silicic Ac.d.O 28 ; PotashaZ'.i
a trace. "
Reaction Acid. Specific gravity, 1000 8.
Gaseous Coftents Carocinic Acid. .
Solid Contents Carbonate of the Protoxide of I
I i carps of Lime and Iron Bicarhrn;itpnf T. in .'
7 ; " , : "'""'i "Jiu Ifjjfsi
soda and potash.
tL.ach pint ot water contawis, Uxide ot lTon, 0 49 fajJ
ate ol Lime, 0 14 ; Silicic Acid, 0" 42 ; potash, a tiire-rf:
a trace. . . ' 1
Total solid contents in 7000 grains of the water 1 Oi ,1
one grain ana nve-nunareams.
WILLIAM I) JfiNB
July 3d, 1853,
Jnsnranre E o r.i pa ni c 5.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
' RALEIGH, N. C.
T'HIS COMPANY insures the lives of individoaHwl
X year, a term of years, or for life, on the hitch' tm
pi.e, tne assurea ior nie panicipaung in an tne proms ota
For policies granted for the whole term of life, wwtif
premium therefor amounts to du, a note mm be girec
one half the amount ot the premium bearing ipterestat 6
cent, without guaranty.
The nnom'pt manner in which all losses have been pa;
this Company, together with the low rates of premicE.pf
sent ereat inducements to such asare disposed to insure. I
Slaves are insured for a term of from one to five jtf
for two-thirds their value.
All losses are paid within 90 days after satk&ctoryp
Charles E. Johnson"; Wm. W. Holde,
Wm. D. Haywood, Wm. D. Cooke,-
James F. Jordan, Wm. R. Scott;
Perrin Busbee, Wm. H. Jones,
H. W. Husted, F. C. Hill,
Wm. H. McKee, SeAton Gales.,
Charles B. Root,
Dr. Charles E.Johnson, President.
- mjrStJi: ittSm
William H. JoneS) Treasurer
Pef.rin Busbee, Attorney.
! Charj.es E. Johnson, M. D.
William H. McKee,M. D.
Richd. B. Haywood, M. D.
William D. Cooke;')
Dr. Wm. R.Scott, Executive Committee.
Charles B.fRooT, )
j. HERSMAN, General Agent.
For further information, the public are referred mthtpi
phlets, and forms of proposal, which may be obtainedi.
Office of the Company, or any of its Agencies.
Communications should be addressed, (uos! paid,) to
JAMES F. JORDAN, Seam
December 6, 1852. . .
MUTUAL f INSURANCE
rr,HIS Company has' been in successful operation faf
J. man seven years, and continues to take nsKs m
classes of property in the State, (except Steam Ma
Turpentine Distilleries.) uDon favorable terms. tef'H
now cover property amounting to $400,000, a lrefW
of which is in Country risks ; and its present capital Be
Six Hundred Thousand Dollars, in bonds properl'8
The average cost of Insurance upon the dan ut1'!
pany has been iess than one third of one per cent, fw!
on ail grades oi property embraced in its operatit
The following "persons have been elected Dire
Officers of this Company for the present year:
C. W, D. Hutchings
John Primrose, ',.
Henry D. Turner,
J. G. B. Roulhac, .1
S. W. Whiting
Geo: McNeill, . .
Jos: G. Wright, .
James E. Hoyt, .
Joseph H. Pool,
F. F. Fagan,
Alex. Mitchell, .
W. N. H. Smith;
H. B. Williams, .
John B. Barrett, .
A.'T. Summv. ..
All Directors authorized to receive applied'0119
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY-
J. G. B, Roulhac,
H. D. Turner, ... ...
S. W. Whiting, ....
John C. Partridge, . .
John H. Bryan, .....
' .'. Vice P"1
' ' Secretarl-
I Executive Committee-
AH communications in reference to insurance
i. . ehotufl
addressed to the Secretary, Py'R-rRIDGE, Seel
Kaleigh, Dec. 11, 1853. -MUTUAL
mnt. rncm r, . T.C n1 THE
iiE woi ur iiNtsuKAw vy Ll. joints
J. al plan is but a small sum, compared WBD,(rs
company. This company being located m tne '
ofthe State, consequently much the. larger
nsks are in the West, very many of which are w
The Company is entirely free from de1 and
assessments, and has a very large amount incas' (
"" ia inereiore connaenny
At th'W a..-i ,v.- fallowing Ulc,
r ",,ua' iTj.ec uiJg iuv -
elected for the ensuing year : uaII,
JAMES SLOAN, I C. P. MENDERHAJ
S.G.COFF1N?1 nU PETER ADAMS,,
Vice President. Sect. &
Dr. J. A. Mebane,
O. P. Mendenhall,
Wm. S. Rankin,
Rev. C. F. Deems,
James M. Garrett,
Jed. H. Lindsay,
W. J. McConnell,
W. P. Moore,
J. L. Bridges,
William A. WrigbV J
John I- Shaver,
J. J.'Bigg, jjaW":
Robert E. Troy,
Dr. Robert KU
W. H. Cummins,
May 10, 1853. .
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