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F I S T
I Business Notices. ' 1 Dnsiness Notices.
U n s i n c e 6 Notices.
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY.
PUTTICK AND MITCHELL WOULD RESPECT
tully inform the public that Yfceir establishment is now in
the lull tide of successful experiment," atid they are prepar
ed to. execute all orders in their line, in Cake a d Bread-baking,
Candy making, &c. Nuts, Fruits, Groceries, &.c al
wavs kept on hand. '
CIGARS. Our rtock of Cignrs is very large, some of them
of the choicest brands, such at Ele Gratitude, Cobd.n Rega
lias, Silvas, Excelsior, El Ciervo, Steamboat Principes, and a
variety too numerous t met tion.
("Parties in the city or country furnished with every des
cription of Contetionaries, on the shortest notice and most
reasonable terms. .
BRIDE'S CAKE carefully packed and sent to any part of
the Statew Sugar and 'Molasses cakes, also Cairdy, suitable
lor country stores, packed in barrels or smaller packages,
cheaper than they can be b light at any other house in North
Carolina or "Virginia. Low profits and quick sales, is our
Raleigh, May 28, 1853. n2C if.
PETER W. HINTON,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING,
NOS. 25 AND 26 ROTIIEllY'S WHAKF,
Special attention paid to felling Tobacco, Flour, Grain, Cotton
&c, otc. ' Also, to Receiving and Forwarding Goods.
, JLEFER TO ,
Charles L. HirTOr, Esq., i George W, Hatwood, Esq.,
: Wake County, N.C. Raleigh, N.C.
J. B. G. Roulhac,, Esq., i William Plximmer, E. q ,
. Raleigh.N. C. Warrenton, N. C.
May 28, 1853. n-6 ly.
KID AND SILK GLOVES.
K DOZEN-pair Ladies and Gents Kid Gloves,
r 12 do do do do Alexander bilk Oloves
Real twisted Silk Gloves for Ladies and Misses.
; W. H. &. R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. . 17
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS.
BLACK and second mourning Silk Parasols,
Figured aud solid colored do . do
. Black Silk and Gingham Umbrellas.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. 17
EXAMINE THIS NEW, USEFUL AND 1NTERESING BOOK.
7RIEDLEY'S PUACTICAL TREATISE ON
. Business; or, How to Get and Save Money. With an
inquiry into the chalices of success and causes of fail uae in
For sale by
II D TURNER,
Pioneer Bookseller, N . C . Book Store.
Raleigh, June 10th, 1853. 28
SPRING GOODS, 1S33.
S. H. YOUNG,
15 NOW RECEIVING HIS STOCK OF SPRING
and Summer goods, and would respectfully invite his
tnends, and all wishing to purchase goods to call and exa:
iriine.his stock, which consists of almost every vani ty of
goods kept in similar houses. The following embraces part
1 the stock : '
Plain and Fancy Dre?s Silks,
Plain and Fancy Berage and Chally Berage.
- ..: Plaid Sumniar Silks.
Printed Jackonets and Ginghams.
. ". American and English Prints. v
Bonnet, Cap and Neck Ribbons.
Cellars, Sleeves, Li. C. Hdkfs., Laces, Edgings,
' &.C., &.C., &e. i f
BONNETS FOR LAOIES AND MISSES.
" EOJL HATS, LEGHORN AND PANAMA, Da
BOY'S HATS, VARIOUS KINDS. .
,' Just received, Levering's Syrup, a prime article,
-17 12m. S.H.YOUNG.
LATEST styles for Ladies and Misses.
W. H. &, R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853. , 17,
RE AD Y MADE MODE S T Y LES
And General Emporium,
JCJl. and boys, well made troos. Kverv art Ha sold is.
guaranteed in every respect. This Stock was selected and
made up under my own supervision expressly for my 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
x Gentlemen will tina upon e xaniinution upwarTls ol Ten
Thousand Dollars worth of the choicest goods ever opened
in this city. - .
Raleigh, October, 1852. , - 45
rpHE "TRODUCT OF THE MKAXS isequal to
JL the product of the extremes," so say-an' arithmetical
'rule. It you iurni.h one f your extremes with a pair of J.
Mills &, Sons' Boots and the odier with one of Beht e's best
Hats, they will be ttie mraits of bringing you into notice
with the ladies- Would you like o know where to get them '.
Jusi call at EVANS COOKE'S cheap Store, N o 'J cheap
place. . . I
Raleigh, March 31, 1953. " 18
JOHN N. GORDON, & SON,
cgs cj r an m: ati m& 9
'and dealers in
No. 94 MAIN-ST , RICHMOND, VA.,
f F ft K FOR SALE
Sweedes, American and English Iron, all kinds and sizes.
English and American Blistked, Cast, Shear, German,
. round, octagon and Sfrino Steel. 0
McCbRMtcK Palmer's Mould Boards, Ground Wagon and
- Cart Boxes.
Horse-Shoe Nail Rods.
Tin Plate, Sheet Zinc, Spelter, and Spelter Solder.
. Block Tin1, in Pigs and Bars.
BrViers Sheeting and Bar CorFEg,
Sheet and Bar Lead and Wire
Saucepan Handles and Bucket Ears.
Soup, Dinner. Breakfast and Bakers' Tin Plates.
Tinned and Black Rivets.
Boot and Shoe Linings, Binding, &e , fec.
Carpet Warp, whue and colored
Sole Leather, French and American Calf Skins.
- Groceries or all kinds.
KrALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED j
: METROPOLIAN AGENCY.
WILLIAM C. RICHARDS,
No 151 FULTON ST., New-York.
TYr P- RICHARDS HAVING ESTABLISHED
M himself permanently in New York, offers his ser
. vices to his friends and thr public, in all parts of the country,
as a .GENERAL AGENT for the transaction of business ol
all kinds. He nll attend to the purchase of
Books, Tvpe, Musical Instruments, Philosophical and
Chemical Apparatus, Stationery, Works of Art, Arti-
StllSKSLMTLilNTV WDIN'G-T-R-SuIJiAUl ANtTCaT
deaux, W-ardrobe and Toilet Articles for Ladies.
W. C. R. will secure the aid of competent persons in every
departiTien! t of his Agency where his own judgment and taste
might be m fault, and the selection of all articles for ladies will
be made under the direction of-teminine taste.
- The rata of Comntission for these various services cannot'
alw iys beire-siated with exactness but in Cases where no
special agreement is made beforehand, parties may rely upon
the subscribers pledge to make only the least remunerative
charge. . . - .
THE MANUFACTURE OF BROOMS, having been
selected by the Board of Directors of the Institution for
the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, as one of the mechanieal
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 eithei
wholesale or retail. "
KT" VVe desire to call the attention ol 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 addressed to
V WILLIAM D. COOKE.
T7iE HAVE THIS DAY SOLD OUR INTEREST IN j
V the Stock .of Goods, Wanes and Merchandize, in the
Slnm J l. t: I 1 C . . i
miciv ownea oy ivicnaru oniim, von ine corner,) to
ik FECK& BLEDSOE, which will be kept well sup
plied by them with Hardware, Groceries, &c., &.
.Vfcr lriends and patrons win recollect we are next door
w!ulCfimer' 29. Cheap place. opposite Harding's, where
l"aVuhe DrT oods busiaess. and sill at our
ad theEm- 7hls nw " humbug" as the people of thi
manJ l Gods t,f k-n?w- We are teciTpt of a eood
LidGi a,ty98past-and wbich
'jurs-9 1853 ' EVANS &. COOKE.
Business 'Notice s
. VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOKS,j
PCBLI.HED BY ' '
THOMAS, COWPERTHWAITy & CO.,'
i "and sold by booksellers generally,
MITCHELL'S SERIES OF SCHOOL GEOGRAPHIES.
MITCH FLL'S PRIMARY. GEOGRAPHY,
THIRD REVISED EDITION.
ILLUSTRATED - BY MORE THAN.''
ONE HUNDRED; BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVINGS,
- , AND
' FOURTEEN COLOURED MAPS, j
rpiIE PRESENT ! EDITION OF THIS POPULAR
.1. work is printed from new plates, the fourth stereotyped
lor the book since its first appearance t welve years ago, with
in which period more than a million copies have been circu
lated. I: .
Encouraged by the extensive patronage bestowed on this,
work, die publishers have taken advantage of the present re.
vision, much to improve it in every respect. Such alterations
in the text as recent geographical discoveries and changes
j rendered necessary, have been made. The maps have been
greatly improved and several new and beautiful cuts;designed
by Billings, and executed in the finest, style oi the engraver's
art, have been added, f . ' I
MITCHELL'S INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY,
In quarto form, containing maps and reading matter in the
- same book,
V ILLUSTRATED BY
' MORE THAN' FORTY COLORED MAPS.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ENGRAVINLS.
is - - -
This work ocenpjes a medium space between the author's
Primary Geography, and the well known School Geography
and Atlas, ofwhich last book it contains about two-thuds ol
the amount of matter.
For convenience of nse, and 1 enable maps and matter,
this book has no superior.
. "MITCHELL'S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY AND. ATLAS,
FOURTH REVISED EDITION.
Tiie present revision 'has been altogether more thorough and
complete than any heretofore attempted. The book has been
entirely re-written, and fully brought up to the present time.
Advantage has been taken of many suggestions kindly of!ered
by distinguished practical teachers.lo improve the work in its
reneral plan and arrangement ; and it is ielieyed that it will
bear the closest criticism, both with reference to its geographi
cal accuracy, and ils adaptation for use as a school manual.
The Atla accompanying the new addition pontains thirty
iwo beautiful Maps handsomely eoloied, and finely executed in
the best style of the engraver's art, fully representing all the
recent geographical discoveries. With the United States'
.VI aps especially, great pains have been taken to exhibit cor
rectly the numerous raijroadsof the country, new county lines,
and the true position of many new and important towns, not
generally represented in School Atlases.
- New and excellent Maps of Wisconsin, Michigan, and
Texas, have been kitrodneed. Othes, 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.
. Th information obtained with reference to the new States
and Territories west of the Mississippi, the discoveries of Lt
l)e Haven, in his search for Sir John Franklin, and thqe 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
lust ten years is left unnoticed in this edition.
The Atlas also contains nine quarto pages of statistical" mat
ter, arranged in tables, and obtained from the most authentic
souvces. These tables exhibit the height of the principal
mountains and 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 ruo;-t reliable
authorities. In the department of United Slates' statistics, the
tables are very complete and exhibit fully the civil, industrial
and political condition of the country, a.-shown by the census
of 150. In addition to these 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 every teacher, a lull table of the
Educational St'atit-tics of the Union.
GEOGRAPHICAL QUESTION BOOK,
GEOGRAPHIC A LJEFINITIONS," ,.
AND CONTAINING ;
QUESTIONS ON ALL THE MAPS "OF
' MITCHELL'S SCHOOL ATLAS. f
MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS.
ENGEAVINGS OF. REMARKABLE EVENTS,
VltWS OF ANCIENT CUI S,
AND VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS,
AND ILLUSTRATED BY AN ANCIENT ATLAS,
CONTAINING NINETEEN ELEGANT COLORED j MAPS.
There are no geographical works published in this country,
That are more in demand or that have a wider circulation than
those of Mr. Mitchell.- ! There are upwards of 350,000 co
"pies of, iheni sold annually, and about 250 persons constantly
employed in their manufacture.' The arrangements of the
publishers are such lhat'they are enabled to give correctly all
the latest geographical discoveries. They publish the only
full series of Geographies in the counlryj.and having in con
stant employ a strong geographical force of map engravers
and others, and being vcry'jlargely engaged in the pulieaiion of
of the various States, and other maps, they are enabled to pre
sent the School series correct, both in maps and matter, up to
!be date of publication. 'I
Raleigh, April 20, 1S54:
W. H. &, R. S. TIOKER
nAVE in store and wijl take pleasure in showing to their
friends and tlie pultlip generally, a Stock of New Goods
whi-h was selected with great care, and for variety of styles,
richness of design and relative cheapness, according to quali
ty, cannot Ue surpassed b any similar establishment in the
place. ; . -
They would take this method of returning to the Commu
nity their wart i' st i banks for the very liber I patronage since
their copnection, and desir to retain and incn-ase their trade
by punctual attention and orrect mauagement.of busmess.
Thev now ask attention to the following articles ;
Black Poult LYSoi,
do Gros DeR ine.j
do do do, Nap,
do do do Zeuici Silks,
Rich' Brocade ! do . . i
Plain, Plaided, and Striped do '
Marcoline. Florence apd Lutestrings do
Plain and Figured Tif sues, .
S. .lid Colored Baresres, (all colors)
Printed and Satin Colored Bareges,
Plain anl Paris Printed Chaly,
Chaly DeLaine's, j .
Barege do i
Printed Jackonet Muslin, -I
v hire, Dotted and Figured Muslin, '
Jackonet and Camhpck do
Cross-barred and Striped do
Swiss and Book do
Nainsook and Mull ' j do
Bishop Lawns do
C anibric Dimity ! do
Berlin Cord Muslin foif Bonnets, &.c, &c.
Raleigh, March 22d, 185$. 17 tf.
J ADIES white and black Si k Hose,
J -&o Seached aiulunbfeached Cotton Hose,
do Black and lead colored do do
Misses and children's bleached, stnped and; clock Hose,
Gents Eng Stnpedhalf, Hose,
do half Hoss, ail colors,
Boys do do striped and plain.
, , ,0.' VV. H. & R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, March 22d,-1853. JT
"THE TIME HAS COME."
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS having purchased the large and
A weii -assorted stock ot Goods, owned by the late Richard
bmuh in a Jump, will sell the larger Portion of them at cost
and under. rniers, Mechanics, Merchants and the rest ol
mankind, would do well to call and examine the Stock and
get such things as they need for time to come. In addition
Ihere b a large and well sejected assortment of Dry Goods,
S.Iks Satins, elvets, Moushns; Muslins, white and colored
linghams, C loths, and Cassimeres ai d Vesting of a very
superior quality. - 400 pieces of .Calicoes, which will be sdd
remarkably low. Ca)l soon and get bargains at the old stand
I R. Smith, on the comer of Fayetteville and Haret streets
p i , p i EVANS & COOKE.
Kaleigh, February, 1S53. 13 ,f
MANTILLAS! AND SHAWLS.
PLAIN and Embroidered Silk Mantilla '
Black. Silk 'Lace Mantillas, velvet trimmed,
do do do Points,
Figured do J Mantillas,
Fiajn and Embroidered Grape Shawls.
Raleigh, March 22d. 1853. W" t 1 S. TUCKER.
FINE RFSS SHIRTS.
1 00 D0Z- " Pateat York Sem " Shirts, just opened at
rts, just opened
March 2nd, J853. ;! '
Raleigh, Feb. 4, 1853. C. MUSIC STORE
For tbe rapid Cwre or
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
CONSUMPTION. MANY YEARS OF TRIAL, INSTEAD 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 its
intrinsic virtues and the unmistakable benefit conferred on
thousands of sufferers, culd originate and maintain the rep
utation it enjoys. While many interior remedies thrust upon
the community, have failed and" been discarded, this has
gained friends by every trial, confered benefits on the afflict
ed they can never forget, and produced cures too numerous
and too remarkable to be lorgotten. -
While it is a fraud on the public to pretend that any one
p;edicine will infallibly cure sti'l ihere is abundant proof
that the Cherry Pectoral does ot only as a general thing,
but almoi-t invariably cure the maladies for wnictt H Is em
ployed. As time makes these facts wider and better known, this
medicine has gradually become the best reliance of the afflict
ed, from the log-cabin of the American Peasant, to the pala
ces of European Kings Throughout this entire country, in
every State, city, and indeed almost every hamlet it 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 ihe meJical sciences have reached their highest
perfection, Cherry Pectoral is ;ntrodnced, and in constant
use in the Arnnus. Hosnitals. Alms Houses, Public Institu
tions, ai d in domestic practice, as the surest remedy their
attending Phys-icians can employ for the most dangerous af
fections of the lunes Also in milder cases, and lor children
it is safe, pleasant and effectual to cure. "In fact, some of the
most flattering testimonials we receive have been from parents
who have found it efficacious in cases particularly- incidental
The Cherry Pectoral is manufactured by a practical
Chemist, ahd.everv ounce of it uuder his own eye, with inva
riable accuracy and care. It is sealed and protected bv law
from counterfeits consequently can be relied on as genuine,
.We have endeavored here to furnish the community with
a medicine of such intrinsic sunerioritv and worth as should
commend itself to their confidence a remedy at once safe,
speedy and effectual, which this has by repeated and count
less trials proved itselftp be ; and 'rust by great care in pre
paring it with chemical aecuraiv.tif uniform strength, to af
ford Physicians a new agent on which they can rely for the
best results. a:.d the afflicted with a remedy that will do fur
them all that a medicine can do.
Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist. Lowell. Mass.
Sold in Raleigh bv Williams &. Haywood. P. F. Pescud,
and bv Druggists and Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
June, 1853. 27 3m&c
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS' DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES
ARISING FROM A DISORDERED
LIVER OR STOMACH ;
Sfieh as Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the
Head,. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Erne
tations. Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach
Swimminar of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing,
Flutter ngat the Heart, Ch' king or Suffocating Sensation
when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs
before the sight, i erer and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness ol the Skin and Eyes, Pain in
the bide, Back, Chest, Lambs, &c, budden rliishes of Heat
Burning in the. Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil, arid Great
Uepretsion ot Spirits. ,
CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY
Dr. C. M. JACKSON,
No. 120, Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is .not f.vll,H ;
equalled, bv any other preparation m
the United States, as
the cures attest, in many cases alter skilful physicians
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids Pes
sessing jent virtues i 1 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, sale, certain and. pleasant. '
READ AND BE CON INCED.
The " Philadelphia Saturday Gazette," says of Dr. Hoof
laxd's German Bitteks: r .
" It is seldom that we reco- mend what are termed Patent
Medicines, to the confidence, and patronase of our readers
and therefore when we recommend Dr. Hoofland s German
Bitters we wi-h it to be distinctly underst od that we are not
speaking ot the nostrums of the day, that are noised about for
a brn.-t period and then forgotten after they have done their
guilty raeeot mischief, but of a medicine lonestablished
universally prized, and which has met the hearty approval of
the faculty itself:" - .
" Scott's Weekly," said, Aug. 25 .
" Dr. IIoofland's German Bitters, manufactured by Dr
Jackson, are now recommended by some ot the most promi
nent members of the faeuity as an nrticle of much ef
ficacy in enses of female weakness. Persons t debilitated
constitutions will find these Bitters advantageous to their
henlth, as we know trom experience the salutary effect thev
have upon weak systems." '
J G. Moore, Esq., of the Daily News, said, October, 31st
, Dr Hotflanivs German Bitters. We are trying this
renowned mfdicme lor a s nhborn disease of the bowels' and
can with truth testify to its efficacy. We have taken thecon
tents ot two bottles, and we have derived more benefit from
the experiment than we deiived previously from yearsof allo
pathic treatment at the hands ot our first phvsicians '
Hon. C. D. Hinehne, Mayor of the City of Camden J
"" Hoo land's German Bitters. Ve have seen many flat
tering not ces of this medicine, and the source trom which
theycame induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits
from mquiry we were persuaded to use it, and must say we
lound it specmc in its action upon diseases of the liver and
digestive organ, and the powerful influence it exerts unon
nervous prostration, is really surprising. It ca ms and strenet h-
sTeep rSg lnt f rep08e' mak'Dg
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 imai..arv
eases .emanate. Have them m a healthy condition and you
can 1 bid defiance to epidemics generally This extraordinary
medicine we would advise our friends who are at all indispos
ed, to give a tnaln will recommend itself. It should, in fact,
be in every family. No other medicine can produce such
evidences of mem.
STr"No'ri,-20Trirha,?a "B EKMAH MEPICINE
BTore, o. 1Z0, Arch street, one door be ow S,xth Phila.W
Sun4 7 reSl,ectable dealera orally through The
Sold bv P. F. Pescud. Willi ams anrl II., ..... 1 r 1 i
and by Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
M ,. iwwuuu, .aiejgn,
FRENCH worked Collars,
do do Capes,
do do Chemizette's,
tt do r. ,tio Undersleeves,
Muslin Bands, .
Swiss and Cambrick Flouncines
do do Edging and Inserting
valcncieur do do
Thread and Lisle do d0
Thread Bobbin do d0
Black and White Lace Veils, &e &c
Raleigh, March 22d, 1853.
n.tL &R. S. TUCKER.
J O V T
TT7HEN YOU WANT ANY THING IN tup w a v
VV of HARDWARE, to call at Ri!lHE
Stand, on thArornnr nH h xi? . at KlCHARD SMITH'S old
r 1 . .. - "u
r t..7 .r, i.. - nA . L.
r.i: ., "eDougntthe ,wwl,
"c tL7A ineymust go at some Drier
r . r we are "g tar below the r wk V .T. il
EVANS d. COOKE.
Just to Hand.
4 CASES Feeble's best Sprint etvle of Ht u
the very best article hbeiTrVJln0:, "athose wlshmS
- vtTi otl rti unce on
EVANS & COOKE
Raleigh, February 5, 1853.
wo. zy, cheap Side.
ICH BONNET, Neck, Sash and Taffeta RiM.
Ra"eighMarch 22d, 1853.
STATION ERS. MERCHANTS and
Others, who require illustrations tor Advertising oromu-
mental purposes, are respectfully invited to notice me uu
scribers " Engraving Establishment." Specimens ot tine
and bold work, in every style always on hand.
All orders will receive immediate attention,
delay, please state whether to be finely executed or lor wnat
I j . . i . ...i . . ; .....
fiui puset uuu ill auuui wuai pin.c vt. .
Designs artistically arranged, in a manner, styie anu
lo suit all purposes. Those in want ol illustrations, vuii nuu
it to their advantage to order ot a. n. juyuui'
Successor to Lhilds &, Jocelyh,
Artists and Engravers on Wood,
March, 6, 1853. No. 60 FuUen-Street, New 1 rk.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, &c.
BY recent arrivals, the subscriber hasreciey
largest and most desirable stock of Medicines,
Paints. Oils, Perfumery, Brushes, Glassware ; Var
nishes, Cigars, Soaps, Tobacco and
Which he has ever offered td the public, bought on the most
favorable terms ot Importers and Manufacturers, and which
will be disposied ot at prices and upon terms to piease my
friends and the public. -'.','
Below is a list ot a lew articles lately receivea, mi..
50P gallons Linseed Oils.
3U& do Lamp Oil, Summer and Winter.
300 do Tanners Oil. '
500 do Rosin pi I.
6000 lbs. Blakes 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 'Cast, r Oil.
500 lbs. Sup Carb. Soda. (English.)
'6 Boxes Yeast Powders.
5500O 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 Gluei
12 doz. Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
.6 do Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry.
6 do Holland's German Bitters.
29 do Sarsapanlla: Bulls. Sands and Pelletiers.
12 do fLows old brown Windsor Soap.
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 Futry.
30 cases Apothecaries Glassware.
A very large assortment of Perfumery, Syringes. Catheters,
Bougies, Surgical and Dental Instruments, Fishing Tackle,
Patent Medicines. Fiuit and Gum Drops. Wines. French
Brandy, London Porter, fresh Olives, Spices,
tracts, (jelatirie, 1 russes, tiiaces and bupporters, vernnliigcs,
Powder Puffs, Matches', and Thoinpsonifin Medicines,
Lamps, and many oilier articles too tedious to mention.'
P. F. PESCUD,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
Raleigh, Nov. lfi, 1352. . 51 tf.
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY.
HHE Subscribers would call the attention of Printers to
srreatiy reduced prices of their present list. 'I hey
Pica at .
Small Pica .
30 cts. Mini, n 48 cts.
32 " Nonpiriel 58 "
34 " Aerate 73 "
37 " 'Pearl 81 (MS V
42 " Diamond ... .. 1 60 ' "
Determined to spare no expense in making their establish
ment as perfect as possible, they have recently g"i up a com
plete set of the justly celebrated Scotch-ci t Letter, from
Diamond to English, to which they particularly invite atten
ion. Having lately made numerous additions to their stock of
Fancy Types, Borders, Orfiaments, &c, their assortment is
now unrivalled in the United States; and their improved
methods of .casting, and of preparing metai, enable them to
furnish orders in a manner to insure satisfaction.
Printing Presses,; Cases, Stands, Chases, Galleys Printing
Ink, and every artic'e used in a printing-omee, constantly on
hand, at the lowest rates. '
Second-hand Presses, and Type used only in jtereotynina.
..j, , iiiiiuii;i! Jiusic, uidueis, cc., stereotyped
with correctness and dispatch. K
x. d. c"recmien huk wi ho aa-,t P,; ...1 l
to make orders.
, 1 inn-is no w isn
jl. jtnt-vsOxN & Co.
No. 6 Sansom Street.
December 20, 1352.
STRINGS ! STRINGS !
A N OTHER supply of those elegant Itali
XJL Violin Str.ngs this day received at the
in Guitar and
N. C. MUSIC
Raleigh, Feb. 4, 1853.
AXES! AXES!! AXES!!!
HE WELL-KNOW STtPF.R fortv nr? Trrt
GENUINE II ART FOR II rni T.Vvs
i'VXrvSi1'rSiL"'J.uccd 'some manufacturersto stamp their axes
COLLINS, and such ates are frequently sold as mi' ma
nufacture. The. GENUINE- COLLINS AXES, which have been
made under my direction for more than twenty-five year end
which have sustained suchan unrivaled reputation, are nvari
ably stamped COLLINS & Co , HARTFORD. Thev are
to be tound at our Depot, in the city of New York, and at the
pryicipal .hardware stores in the larse cities.
, SAMUEL W. COLLINS
March 29, 1853. lJ12m
A BpOK FOR EVERY Y0UNO MAN.
BY ffJI. COBBETT.
ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN, AND (INCIDENT L
ly) to young women in the midd e and higher ranks
In a series of letters addressed to a Youth, a Bachelor, a
xiuauauu, a cviuzeii, or a Subject. Price, hfty
For sale by
H. D. TURNER,
0 . . , . North Carolina Book Store.
Raleigh, April, 18o3. , 19
FANCY CLOTH, DEESS, AND FROCK COATS.
WEr,have upwards of 150 Cloth, Dress and Frock
T Coats, made and cut, and the latest style at
a 1 o j ,Q, HARDING'S.
April 2nd, 1853. jg
PHI N'TINO IXK
-VfO. 296 FRONT ST., BETWEEN MONTGOMERY
Ll and Gouverneur-streets, East River. Office 89 Beek-man-street,
corner of Cliff-street. The subscriber continues
to manufacture, and has constantly on hand, Printing Ink ol
all the varieties ot qualities and color. Printers and Mer
chants will find their orders executed at moderate prices and
mav be assured of reopic na ., . u
.i.-.-i : - 6 a Uluuc fla mere is in
N. Y., Dec. 6, 1852
W; F. BASON, M. D., D. D. S
-,, . .. , DENTIST.
1 hose who think proper to favor him with tb,-.,ii u u
make application either before or tbfir alL' shou,d
The late partnership of McIlwaine,Brownlev Co h,v
ing expired by limitation, we will continue "the
UNDER THE FIRM A.M) STVTV
support. . . 1 lDetr patronage and
Our Stock of Groceries will b Urm
r.ii.cing a general assortment of poo X ,n tpmmanding,em
L.ouors excepted.) g0ods m our line (tnt6xjcating
We shall give strict attention to the sab i Pr
CommisaaoH, and wiU be prepared to make3 hbelafSvrc.Sn
KOB'T A. MARTIN
P t v v r ' JOSEPH B. DUNN '
Petersburg, a., Janoary, 1853.
Music, Pianos, Guitars, Violins, &c
-tust AT J"? N- C- MUSIC feTRE-
mented, rosewood Guitars, beautiuMy orna-
the; 8Dd ,o1 4 -r before offered .n
Violin Boxes, Boxwood, LogwooH nA ivu
Violin Cses, varnish'wX h116'
Octavo Flutes, E D and 1 iJP r
Violin Bridges. ' d U Ivory and S"ver keys,
Clarrionets and Clarionettas,
A LIST OF VALUABLE BOOKS
TURNER'S 0RTH CAMJV BOfiK STORE.
A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BUSINESS ; OR
How to Get, Save, Spend, Give, Lend, and Beqceath
Money, with an inquiry into the chances of success and caus
es of ta'ilure in business, by Edwin T. ' Fr,eedly. Also,
Prize Fssays. Statistics, Miscellanies, and numerous private
letters from successful and distinguished business men. 12mo.,
Cl The object of this treatise is, fourfold. First, the elevation
of the business character, and to define clearly the limits with
in which it is not only proper but obligatory to getmoney
Secondly, to lay down me principles .. ...
to insure success, and what must be avoided to escape failure.
iy, to give the mode of management in certain promi-
J . & . 11 . H..Ann.oc.iil from tt'hicn niin
nent pursuits adopt, a oy ine '..os
in all kinds ot business may aenve prv."- rr
lv. to affor,! a work of solid interest to those who read with
out expectation ot iccuniary benefit.
TRUTHS ILLUSTRATi;D BY GREA 1 au ro.
. . r., a TTOlirADG
l A lictionary of-mer tour tnousana a" "
Quotations of Maxims, Metaphors, Uovmseis, wuu,,,.
Aphorisms, Proverbs, &.c, &c.,in prose and verse compika
rom bhakspeare, anJ other great writers,
ages to the present time. A new edition, witti Amen, an au
ditions and revisions. One volume, crown octavo, various
bindings. l .
M1E FOOTPATH AND HIGHWAY; or, Wandkr
. ixgs of an American in Great Britain, jn 1851 and 5--
By Benjamin Moran. , ,
1 Ins volume embodies the oDservauons 01 we iwim , ...o"v
during eight months' wanderings, as a correspondent ior
American Journals ; and as he traveled much on foot, dirters
essentially from those on the same countries.by other writers.
hf l.ahits. mannpN. enstoms. ana conailion ui 111c i"i"1
have been carefully noted, and his views of them are given
clear, bold langnage-JHis remarks taKe a wiur raujjc, iu.
as he visited every county in England but three, there will
be much in the work of a novel and instructive character.
BALDWINS PRONOUNCING GAZETTELK. A.
Pronounciso Gazetteee: Containing Topographical,
Statistical, and other Information, of the more important
Places in the known World, trom the most recent ana au
thentic Souices. By Thomas Baldwin, assisted by several
other Gentlemen. To which is added an Appendix, containing
more than Ten Thousand additional names, cnieny 01 we
small towns and villages, &.C., ot the United states ana 01
M.vin,. NT.i.th Edition, with a stiDDlement. giving the
Pronunciation of near two thousand names, besides those
pronounced in the Orisinal Work: forming in jtself a Com
plete Vocabulary of Geographical Pronunciation. One vol
ume 12mo. .
FIELD'S SCRAP BOOK. New Emtin Literary
a vd Miscellaneous Scrap Book. Consisting ot Tales
and Aneooute;- Jiotrnipnicni, Historical, iumd, ivfiiiyua,
Prose and Poetry. Compiled by
VV:m. Fields Second edition, revised and improved. In one
hnndsome 8vo. volume.
A UNT PHILLIS'S CABIN ; or, Southern Life as it is.
J By Mrs. Mary H. Eastman.
This volume piesents a picture of Southern Life, taken at
different points of view from the one occupied by the author
ess of" Uncle Tom's Cabin " The writer, being a native ot
the South, is familiar with the many varied aspects assumed
by domestic servitude in that sunny region, and therefore feels
competent to cive pictures of" Southern Life, as it is."
Pledged to ho clique or p;irty, and free from the pressure of
any and all extraneous influences, she has written her book
with a view to its truthfulness : and the public ai the North,
as well as at the South, will find in Aunt Philiis's Cairn "
not the disorted picture of an interested painter, out the iaith
fulyransci ipt of a Daguerreotypist.
: New Themes for the Protestant
Price, paper, 25 cents.
Cloth, 50 cents.
THE COUNTING-HOUSE. By II .
D. D., author of " The Bible in the
July 1-t, 1S53..
rTilE Subseriber takes this method of informinsr his friends
JL and customers, that he has asoc:ated with him in the
Clothing business Mr. John L King and Jas. H. Biggs, who
have been for some time connected with the establishment
and are well acquainted with the business.- In fut.uA; the(bs
iri'ess 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 ol his time at the North. making purchases and
superintending the manufacture of Ready Made Clotting.
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 CAROLINA CLOTHING STORE.
THE Subscribers, most respectfully call the attention
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS ;
.Jfnfiuet0ek f Cloth?, Cassimeres and Vestings which
.TalLftesTot the mSt a,ovcd nianncr. . the
HEAVY WINTER COATS, ; '
Will be sold at a very small advanceon thn first cost for cash
their furnishing goods will also be sold at reduced prices
A fine iot ot Hats alwrys on hand. Cutting done at the
, Call at No. 10, Fayetteville Street.
J. J. BIGGS & CO.
Raleigh, Jan. 8, 1853:
A .Y iahus NOUTH OF THE COUKT-
GREENSBORO', N. C.
SOLOMON HOPKINS, Proprietor.
February, 1353. 12 tf
F A NC Y CAS. HALF SACK COATS.
JUST received 100 fine Business Half Sack Coats.
a -,o j 1--0 E.L.HARDING.
April 2nd, 18.-3. -
WARREN COUNTY, N. C.
rTHIS SEMINARY has' been in successful operation
JL iwe.ve years. The Academic yeaf is divided into two ses
sions ot 21 weeks each : the Summer session commences on
the first Monday hi July, and closes on the last Friday, in
a: p f w,lil e received at any period of the session
and charged only from time of entrance. Ample provision
been made tortheaccommodationof more than Uh) pupils
1 he .Natural Sciences are illustrated and enforced by weeklv
lectu.esand appropriateexperiments. Pupils can remain with
the Pnncipalsdunng vacation.
Teachers'011117 01 Institution consists of experienced
Terms, per Session of Five Months:
rwara and English tuition inlntin s.-t;-
, , c - ' viuuiut auuuaiv
. and uel for School-room. .
riano music and use of Instrument "
Music on Guitar and use of do.,
Wax Flowers and Fruit, each,
Ancient and Modern Languages, each,
Landscape Drawing and Painting
Painting in Water Colors, .
eachi , gratis 0t ornamental Needle work
GRAVES & WILCOX.
rT,HIS INSTITUTION, which has been 17 years in sue--L
cessful operation. ja aifl,-,-j ; ,u ..-mVI. . 5?,,ra ln8u.e.
gsex county. New Jersey; .1 nSS
12 nfiles from the city of New York Newark, and
of n ine 7to7 u?0' .ctio are .der thecare
not on v hv - . " . f"!'" 'r ineirworit.
1 j ""y luwuugniy Dreoa
more important to insure success.
Globed Phi IZ'TTZV?' " Maps,
vidH bo f. tu; t . glcal Cabinets, hae been pro-
fattbTvfete i. -?ry re,pect, Vill CompPare
Circulars contain no- trrr,. --a "i e t"un.lry-
- 1 r ... V"s '11110, ana
omer cartieu ars mav
Carolina In-it. i"r,. principal of the North
al application or by lZ .e.ther by person-
" COOKE, )
L.. tUUKL, S F "
tsex 00. JN. J
Dee. 1, 1S5-2,
NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION
uJ? DEAF & DUMB & THE BUND
1 on hVK,Sf ,hIn9titui;ion will hereafter commence
ten momhs y SePtember ol each Fear, and continue
This change has been made in order to bring the vacations
into die months of July and Augu.t, which, on account "!
the heat of that wason-are less-adar.ted to rtudy S " the
other rnonths. It also brine the Commencement of the
School to the season when the Sheriffs of the different conn
ties are coming m trvmake their returns, thus Affording S
opportunity lor parents to send their children g gWd
Ine following are the Officers in the Int!Wml r.
ment of this Institution. ctuaI Depart-
WILLIAM D. COOKE, M. A
J. A. Wad'deil. M D 1
Talbot B. Colemak, i D .
Geo. E. Ketcham,. . Professors and Teacher.
Charles M. Grow. I '
Teachers of Music in the Blind Deoartmnt
A. FITZWHUSHM . . "rtnient,
Appjicauous tor admiinn T
v .a W . , B
u-uiu oe matte to
Raleigh, August 14
A CHANCE TO MAKE flay
T?ROM $5; TO $10 A DAY
W A DAY M A V
JL any inaivmuai hi iwiuuon eiu-rgy v
ot a higniy useiui ucvery in univen
t 1 . 1 .
will send dv rewim man on the
with $1 enclosed
e "i a t.r... .",
110 nr. tv
June 2, 1853
For sale by
PROFESSOR MM0 .
of N..rth Carolina', "n G, 1
H. D Tt'nvn. "t -
Carolia. n K,
Raleigh, March, 1853.
! AKD "
C II A LIT BE ATE Sl'IMv,,
f -1T c;
music, a table turnished' with the host th-Tt Trvani,
with the host
1 satisfv nnrt
and moderate charges, to satisfv and iiIh...7, T Pdv :
tronize me, nd thereby induce them to repeat
I! at.. -
S HATES OF BOARD AS FOLLOWS:
Per Season of 3 Months - . .
Per Month - - - -Per
Day - - - - -Horsej
per Dav - - -"
; "j M6nth. - -
- - 20 00
- 1 w
Rennnn eommences on ihn 15ih rtn "'"i-tlf
fgr Hacks will always belound at the Wan
i arrival of the cars, for the accommodation fifth'08
ling on tne Kaleign and tiaston railrnad The
be a daily mail from Warrenton to the Springs
ANALYSIS: OF THE WATERS, BY PROFESSOR w
BALTIMORE, MD. iST'
I WHITE SULPHUR SPRING.
Specific gravity, 1000 1. Reaction Acid.
Gaseous Contemts Sulphuretted Hvdro&pnnT,r l
Acid i " p "BM-ari)o!
Solid Contents Sulphate of Magnesia -Su'Lhit n
witha trace! of Potash, So.fa and Silieia. ' le 'u.
1 otal soltd corrt-i;ts in 0i)0 grains of thp w.n-r'l 0
ine grain and twenty-six hundredths, viz- M,J, c
Salts o' Lin'ie.O 84 . Silieie Ac rl 1) N - P,'.". .l - M
, MJ , , uuin
a trace. ! .
J CHALYBEATE SPRING:
Reaction jAcid. Specific gravity, ltM) 8.
Gaseotts Contents Carbonic Avid.
Solid Contests Carbonate of the Protoxide f
licares of Lime and Iron Bicarbonate of Link-, wr'n
soda arid p'ita.sh.
r.avn pins oi water contains. Uxufe r.l r. .n o- in
ot ,.t I ;-, nil. c;i;; a;,i i t- . . ,'
a trace. j
Total sol jd contents in 7000 grains oi th water 1 ( i
one grain ana nve-nuuareatiis.
WILLIAM D. J(iu I
J- !y 3d, ,153,
insurance Corn pa nit 5
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAS!
R4LEIGI1, X. C.
HHIS COMPANY insures the lives of individual...
year, if term of years, or tor life, on tin- xi'Trii !t .
hi e, the assured tor lite participating id ali tlie t.ruti:ttj
For policies granted for the whole term of lite.
premium tlierefor amounts to $30. a note 11 1. y be pi..
one nait the amount ot the premium henrnifi interu-i i
cent without guaranty.
The prompt manner in which all Iopso have rrp
tins tAmpqny, together with tlie low rates ot prenuuij)
ut great lnuuceinents to such asare oisiustd tom&
c - ..... i . . .-
slaves are insuieii tor a term ot Ivoiii out to
lor two-thirds their value. y
All lo-sesare paid within 90 days afttr sati; factory?
v-hari.es r,. Jonxso.v,
Wm. D. Haywood,
James F. Jordan,
''Per r in B usb ee,
IlT VV Hl'STED,
Wm. H. McKee,
: Charles B. Root.
D- CA .- loiranp .....
, William D. Haywood, .. .
James F. Jordan
William H. Jones, ....... 1.
p u ,
Charles E. Johnson, M
, M. D. i
,M. D. I
"ILUi! H. VI eh. EE
Richd. B. Havwood
. JJediral hf.
William D. Coof..
Dr. WM. R. Scott, -Executive Committee,
Charles B. Root, .
J. IIERSMAN, General Agent.
i or lunner mtormation, the public are referre d t..:M
' ? W ,"11S ' PrPsal, whieh mav be oUam..i
(rhee ot the Company, or any of its Agencies.
Communications should be addrcss.-d, (post paid,, ',
n , . , JAMES F. JORDAN, Sem?
December 6, .1852.
MUTUAL IN5.TTT. a-kwt? nrvMVixn
rFHi1S ComlJ'lly has been in successful operation f'fif
, than seven years, and continues to taAe risks u.-:4
classes of property In the State, (except Steam Miol'
turpentine Distilleries,) upon favorable ttnna.'
now cover property amounting to $4,500,000, a larger. I
a- ?ichi8 m ?utry risks ; and its present eapiui.i'v
oix Hundred Thousand Dollars, in bonds propwiV .-
1 he average cost of" Insurance upon the plan olmM
pany has been less than one third rf..n. ...!
nru gJa,es oi PTJ 'Pt rty ""braced in its operati. -ns. i
,'he ?ollo1wing persons liave been electtd DirrtMrf
vjiueere oi mis Company lor the present year:
C. W. D. Hutchings,
J. R. Williams, . . . !.
Henry D. Turner, ..
J. G. B. Roulhac, . .
. Geo. McNeill,
Jos. G. Wright,
Jam -s E. Hoyt
James Sloan, ... ...
Joseph H. Pool, ...
. F. . Fagan
W. N. H. Smith, ...
John B. Barrett, ... .
A. T. Summv. . . .
aii directors authorized to receive application-.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY.
G. B. Roulhac,
n.. v. lurner, ... .....
ia ?r Partridge -..
JohnH. Bryan, ......
i. Hersman, .........
S. W. Whiting,
J. R. W-illiaml,
a ii imurose, ; , ,i k
All Conimiiniot ,o ; -r :..nr. s'jB'a
j, . iu rcjreiice 10 iiui"" - .
uureea to tne Secretary, poet paid.
,.,. ' J. C PARTRIDGE, 81
-vaieign, uec. II
MUTUAL INSURANCE COJfPA?'1
T'HE HOST OC tucrrn .,.n rx' THF.
al nlan is hut mu a -,ih KffltS-
companV; This"com;v VJZZin theW
fetafp w.ne.s.. -f- fa. -i . 1 - nnrflOI. "
risks are in
: v""(.uu. ii u rniwn ine iaici y -
the West, very many of which are in w
x.mpany i8 entirely free from debt : has
1 ... Am t
KTf A'n( very law amount m cash an iP
bonds, and therefore con:;df.,.tIv recoir.mend.-d to
puoiic. ' '
riSSrl Annl Meeting the following Office "w
elected fo, -the ensuing year :S tT
JA.uto eiUAN, I c. P. MENDEKMA
S. G. COFFInT"''
. Vice President.
Dr. J. A. Mebane,
O. P. Mendenhalf,
Wm. S Rankin,
Rev. C. F. Deemsi
Jarnes M. Garrett,
Jed. H. Lindsnv
Dr. S. G
John 11, Cook,ftl(tilk,
J. J. Biggs, ' Raleigl.
W. J. McConnell,
W. P. Moore,
Robert E. Troy.
H. fl. Burwell,
J. Li. Bridges,
W. H. Ccjimin,
May 10, 1853. .
t. Robert H. Seal9-
rpHE MEDICAL PR0PERT1 ES OF THP 1.
X -ofthese Springs have been an.plv tit.-d . ATtB4"
fieial effects ore so generally known, ih.r n n . ir WI'
cessity of a jengthv description, 1 wi'Umv h,'? SlJip4
hope with kipd and attentive assistants 'v,'r th. t