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I rrary Notice.
TPE Kit. 3. (t. Rmreiot, of Richmond, Virriaia,
Mtrm lb twa LaMrary Soc:etir of Wak
Tin l-Vffr at the Annual Cemmi,ro.ent,on the
sen,.! Thursday bi June next . - .-.
Rsv.C. RJtNHitT, of Petersburg , will deliver
Sermon on th (vening pweadin g Con.mwicerneiit.
Msy 8, 1849; M
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
CAITEES, SLIPPERS, if.
C. IIENRY PORTER would
V return hit thanks to hlei friends
rA" for their formerptron(;e,nd
Tt " respectfully inform them that
be test received his Spring supply of articles
inti tin rf biwtoM. embracing wry variety
ol Gcnt'emen's Boots, Shoe. P ' , 4c, from
the vrv finest kind to the iv jmp down."
H:s assortment for the Ladies, is of the most
varit-dand beautiful character, suitable to tlie
grave ami gav. H.! challenges an Inspection of
k.s article, frsting asanred ttmt tliey caunnot be
urraneei in tniwniarai",'
iwUFACTUKlNG MATERIALS of all
ldud fur to the trade.
C:U! and examine for yourselves. Small profits
' ani( qiiii k sales ia his motto. .
FaVigh.Aprim, 18-19.. 20 3t
.iUvinc first-rite workmen in his employ,
tiio iibcritwr is prepared to manufacHirenll kinds
ef work in his lino, both sewed and pesped.
Statc of North Carolina.
MARTIN SUPERIOR COUB.T of EQUITY.
Qeorp. W. Hyman and others, )
Archibald Hyman and others. J
rpO, Archibald Hyman, Abigail Moore, Reddlck Hy
1 ,nn. Nenev Hvman. John, William and Jan
M(v:,the children of Asia Moore, and all ber other
chl-iree and the children of Willie Hyman.
Y'oa atid each of you, are hereby notified personal
ly to be, and appear before the Judge of our said Court
of Equity, on the last Monday in August next, and
plead, ansvrar or demur to the petition of petitioners
above named, or the same will be taken pro coufeaso
and heard accordingly. - --r
v. itr P.. B. Hansen. Clerk and Master or said
Court at Office in Williamston, this the 7th day of A'
phi, A. D. 1849. . c B.TUSsELL.c.V.C
Aril 13. 6w. pr. Advrt. $J 81L
Court of Plea aud
Stvts e North Casolina,
Ftdnuiry Term, 1849.
Lavrsne &. Vatighan,
Levied upon five negro
slaves, to wit r Isaac, John,
Lewis and Eliza.
Ti imoirnii to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Miaes Moore, the defendant iu the above case, "has
vi.d himself from the State, or so concealed him.
self that the ordinary process of the law cannot be
served noon himt It is therefore ordered by the Court,
tv. uiMU-itinn he made in the Raleigh Time for six
wstk. notifying the defendant of these proceedings ;
and sbat he bo and appear before the Justice of the
Csuuty Co irt of Pleas and Quarter sessions at in
. rnrt to ha held for the County of Hertford, at
tb Court House in Winton, on the fourth Monday ef
JaV; nxt, then and tltere replevy the property at
Uched and plead; otherwise finaf judgment will be
altered up araiust him in each case, and the property
cesdmnoed subject to the plaintirs recovery, agreea
bly ttb act of Assembly, in such case made and
srovidei ... ..
tv .h,. T-wi. M. Cowoer. Clerk of the said
Out at Winton, the lourtn ;uonay m r "'uJi ;
A. D . 1149.
L. M. COWPER, Cler.
. iQ-Sw-t'r adv $5 2
Court of Plea and
State ov North CAnoiwi,
William 8. Taytoe.
Original Attachment, -
Levied upon five negro slaves,
to wit: Isaac Chart, John.
r, n Lewis and Elita.
' I? appearing t the satisfaction of the Court, that
Mete Moore, the defendant in th above can, bus
absented himself from tbe State, ereo concealed hiin
sslf that th ordinary pracee of the law cannot be
emd upou him: It i tncreior oroereo oy v....,
that publication be made in th Kalngh iime lor
.a!t nnlifvine th defendant f those proceed-
ings; and that he be and appear oetore in " : Hmbaad mav Insure ha own Lite, for the sole use and
of the Coanty Court of Pico and Quarter eJessione at htnefi, of hi- Wife Children, and in case of the
tbe neat Court to be held for th County ef Hert ord, ; dl.ath th Husband, the amount thus insured shall
at the Court House m Winton, u th fourth Monuay : fllli onr to Wife Children or their Gnar
i May aext, then and there replevy the property at- ( diai( jf mi.t ,gC for her or their own use, fru from
Udied and plead ; Mnerwiae nnai juugioc.,. ....
ttrd up against him in each ease, and the pre' rty
: condemned subject to the plaiutctf recovery, agrt ea
bly to A of Asenibly iu such case wad and pro
vided. , .., ' ,
Witness, Lewis M. Cowper, Clerk of the said
Court, at Wintou, the fourth Monday of February,
A. V.. 1849. . I AI. COWPER, C.eri.
'-O-bw-Pr adt 55 C2J ' ; . ;
t Court of Pleas aud
February JVrm. lSlS.
Staia or Nortb Carolina.
V lUnjori County. .
. . . r. . - ... -t
, , V Original Attachment,
osr Moore..." J Levied upon four negro slaves,
., , i; to witt Alary, Harry, Uherry,
. .. , and her child. -a
. It appearing te thj satufactivu of the Court, that
iW.i iluore, the defendant iu tlia above case, ha
abssnted kiniell from the State, or o ooucealrd him
tcU tii-.t ih-ordinary process of the law cannot be
Served up..n him : U ij u-.4retore ordered by the Court,
that publication be made in th Kaleigh 'limes for
six w'cVr noti' ig th defendant of these proceed-in-
and that uu be and appear bol'ore the Justices
of'herf 'iumy Court of Plc and Quarter Smsiousat
the ut Court to be held lor the. County of Huhford,
at.tiw CM Jioiue iu Wiutou, on the. fourth Mon
day of May next, tlien and then replevy tue property
artaibed and plead ; otbeiwiee finul judgment will be
inter, i up against him in each ease, and th . property
coud .-uu. a subject to the jiamtiff'arecoverv-, agreta
btv 10 V 1 of ASKrably, ia such cane made aud pnivi
dei . , : . L ' .. i i i ' j -
W itiiess,' Lewis M. Cowper, Clerk of th said
Court, a Wiit ni tho fourth Monday oi' I ebriiary,
'iu y, mo. . " " L. AI. CO W'PEK, Clerk.
30-rVvPr adV 5 C2J ; . , ; ,
, '. - , , . Gourt uf y,eu Md
i -t tixtjari County, j tthruar, Term, 1819.
TraW'i Parker,)" . . , -r.
Juha ?f ..'m- ' Levied on the deirndant's in-
-. t - imcrroi iu ouv urr vi in, mu
., . 1 . - - loiuiiirthehiudsof l'hos. J. Di-n
; " . 1 . t . ' : . ' , ' ny, Potry Carter and others, aW
.; I. ,1, war. 11 2 w the mitiafaction of ths Court, that
till ml:: case ha removed himself sut ot
tni dutr.su .Via' tlx onlina-y freees of law (annex
batnrtil upn bim: U i nSerelor nrderae) by the
,rm:t lhat pablica'mu be mad m the RsJeigd Times
f r .-x week, sjufinigtue defendant ef truj proceed
rurthir. that he be and aperar before the
J . c of ths C"iiity Court f fleas and Quarter
til'. i at tbe next Curt t be hold V th t'ouirty
ef il rf"fd, at the Court Vt use is V uiion, on the
foun'.i Moudsy in May J ,ne ""d "
Iho ttr tta' hd and plead 1 otherwise
nuV ju:(o . W:'l be terr4 up against him, and
W n-r f u . sd. subject to th plaintiffs rs-
ei 'v.- to Act ot Assembly, ia such case.
itu , -1 t M. Cowper, Cerk of the said
4 -ii i 'et. tboloutth M'O'tay ef Fvbeuary,
- ,. -in. . '. ' J. M. OJ . iP&m ' tmic
THE LATEST AND NEWEST.
JUX'f RECEIVED, f ' x
i ill . assortment ot srtu.NU ,
C.OOD3, eifcbraeiuf a great variety of .. .
Jiinnj enlr Staple Drg oois;
Of the Latest and moat Fashionable Styles; which
am offered at price that must please, for Cash, or
to punctual eu.imvs. For particulars, please
see the G.iods on the Counter.
JAMES M. TOVVLES.
Raleigh, May 11th. 23-
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
American Temperance Repository,
No. 198, FetTON Sttikt, New York:
OVER.T0.UuQ -.VOLUMES OF INVALUABLE
CONSHTINT. of the Patho'ogy of Drunkenness,
or ths PUvsical effects of Alcoholic Drinks, with
seven colored drawings of the Human Stomach, natu
ral sue, represent Jig 1st, I he stomach in a healthy
state ; -nJ. Stomach of the temperate drinker; 3d,
Stomach of tbe drunkard; 4th, Ulcerated Stomach
of the drunkard ; Sth, Stomach of the drunkard after
a debauch ; Cth, Cancerous Stomach of the drunkard;
"ih, Ntomach of the drunkard after death by deltrium
tremtpi, by Thomas Sewall, M. D. late Professor ef
father, and the r.-actice of Medicine in the Lo-
Inmhhin Oo'ieve, D. C. Also, a series of Letters to
Professing Christians on the Ine question, by E. C.
Delavan, price 50 cents ; the same work, without
platu, 10 cents. Discussion relative to th proper
kin of Wire for Communion, and the Wine question
generally ; containing an invaluable amount of testi
mony on this important subject, from E. C. Delsvan,
rrofrssnrs Bilhman, Aiken, Kenevick, Uraper, Ware,
Ac. &.c. price 10 cents. Vindication of Dr. Sewall's
Plates, and the Doctrines they Teach ; eontaininga
vast amount of testimony from distinguished medical
and scientific men, as to the correctness of the Pistes,
and the deleterious influence alcoholic Ikiuors exert
upon the Stomach and other parts of the Human Sys
tem, once li cents.
Ten Lectar on the use of Intoxicating Liquors,
by Eliphalet Nott, D. D. L.L. D. President of Union
College, price 2U cents.
CT These four works contain the entire philosophy
of the Temperance Reformation, and should be in
pceoossion of all who desire information, or feel an
interest in th movement. They are neatly printed
in quarto term, done up in uniform style, in paper
covers, to be sent bv mail. VV x wilr send the in.
tirx set, rMcu'siNO Da. Sew all's Celeisated
Platis, for "5 cents, oa 40 ce.tts without the
We also have a few copies bound in one volume,
including the plates, price S I.
Mammoth Plates of the Stomach,
Varnished and framed, ready to be hung up. Price
SIS, formerly sold at 'i0- Tbe same unframed,
nriee f 5.
IT Temperance Lecturer should exhibit these
plates and lecture upon them. At Dr. Sewall's lec
ture upon tl.cm.in Washington, rumsellera were beard
to eay, " If our business makes such stomachs, we
will abandon it."
IT Temperance Societies, Division, &. will
greatly promote th cabse by procuring sets of th
plate, and inviting competent persons to lecture upon
them. Orders enclosing the cash, post-paid, will b
punctually attended to Address
OLIVER & BROTHER,
; 1 American Temperance Repository.
No. 138, Fulton street, N. V.
The North Carolina
MTTAL LIFE IXSFBIKE fOUPl.Vr,
RALEIGH, N. C
COMPANY with the above till having been
i tinHarut at th iatL WHHtnn of thn IfriHl.llirA Af
this State, and the provision required in said charter,
(viz: application lormsurance tor du,uuu; naving
been fully met, the Company has keen organixed by
the appointment of the following Officera,and is issuing
ro'icie, vix :
Dr. Out E. Johnson, President,
WiLXtaa D. HATWoors Vice President,
James F. Jordan, Secretary,
. WjixiASi H. Jones, Treasurer,
Dr. W. H. McKee Medical Examiner,
II enrv W. Millir, Attorney,
Dr. due t Johnson,
Dr. Wil McKee,
dical Board of
Dr. Ricu'o. B. Haywood,
J. HiasMAN, General Agent.
This Company has received the most liberal charter
,hat haeT9r beu granted to anyi
jia, character Sfany Stat in the Union. The 5th See
. lh i hteornontiim nmvidea that th.
kU c,aiD1, o1 ltit representative of the Husband
or any of his creditors." This provision ueeds no com
'Th Board have also determined to insure the live
of Slaves ; and this being almost half tbe wealth of
I the people of this State, a large business is reason.
' My anticipated.
! Any information respecting th principle of the
Company will b fnraiehed by the Secretary or any
1 of iu officers. JAMES F. JORDAN, Soc'y.
Raleigh, April 9, 1849. 19.
The follow ing papers will copy the above three times.
viz 1 r a etteville Ubserver, Carolinian, jvewbernian.
Republican, Wilmington Commercial, Journal, North
State Whig, Edenton Sentinel, Greensboro' Patriot,
Salisbury W atchinan, Highland Messenger, Mecklen
burg JerTersnnian, Wadesboro' Argus, Hillaboro' Re
eordor, Milton Chronicle, aud Weldoa Herald.
A FURTHER supply of Yeast Powders, just re-
ceived and fur sale by
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
FINE TOOTH COMBS.
SOME of tuo most Superior Combs ever ofiered for
1 i n l 1. r 1 .
r. JT. rJSHOUJTB
Ka'olgh. March 8, 1849.
Jaat Received by
Raleigh, March 8, 1849. 14
"IHOC'OLATE Drops and Lozenge of all kind,
Vy'iust opeueq, and lor ai oy -
. P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Mare 8, 1849. '
T TOLAS? KS Just received prime MOLASSES,
X'A new cropl. or sale by
. Next door above Mrs. Hardie's.
Raleigh, March 2.
JESSE WALKER, a native of North Carolina,
came to Lncoln county, Kentncky, and volunteer
ed to go to Mexico. He wa a private in Captain
William Paughtry'a L'oinpany.O. 2d Rrg'L Ky.
Volnnteer Infantry, and was killed in tlie battle ol
Buona Viata. He left a widowed mother and sis
ters somewlwrv? in North Caroliiuu ,Thej are eo
iitll to hi land claim of 160 acres.
If this hoiiM meet their eye, 1 will procure their
land warrant, and also any balance of pay due Ihe
deceased, free of any charge whatever.
' "Further information can be bad by aiSdressin
TiLir. SJ1. ' kJtaiifbrd, Kentucky.
SCHOOL IS FRAXSLKT01.
A SCHOOL will be opened in the town ol Frsnk
linton, on the 15th of January next, under th
ears of Miss REDF.CCA FURMAN.wlio has te-
tinwaial ef th most satisfactory character from
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbitt, formerly of Louubnrp, un
der whom she received her education. She ha
also certificate from several other person, inclu
ding' three or four Ministers, some of whom have
known her from early life. Mis Furmah has
lately been teaching the School at Dr. Edward
Speed', in Granville, where, by her indefatigable
attention to her School, ihe has given entire satis
Terms per bissios or nvi mouths :
For Rending, Writing, Arithmetic, and En
glish Crammer, $3,00
All the higher branches of an English Edu
cation usually taught In f emale schools, lo,w
It will be seen that this Scho.l is now offering
inducements and advantage to Parents arldom of
fered to anv community. Franklintoa is proverbi
ally a healthy location ; and Pupil entrusted to
her care will receive every attention necessary to
their intellectual training.
Any person wishing further information in rela
tion to the School, oan address Rev. R. Fdrmab,
P. M. at Frapklinton. Refer also to the Editor
of this paper.
rranklinton, Uec. 22, 1845. 4 tt.
Snpremr Court Reports.
REDUCTION or PRICE.
THE Subscriber having purchased from the Estata
of W. R. Galea, Esq., deceeeed, the entire Edition
of Vols. 6, 7, and 8 Law, and Vols. 4 and 5, Equi y,
of Iredell's Reports of Cases decided in the Supreme
Coart of N erth Carolina, (from December 1 erm 1843,
to August Term, 1848, inclusive, and including also
th Equity Cases of ths present Term of the Court,)
has reduced the price from Six Dollart to Fire Dol
lar per volume ; and is prepared to furnish them to
Gentlemen of th Bar and Booksellers, except Vol. S
of Eqnity, to b published in a few weeks, of which
notice will be given. Orders for the whole, or for any
on or mora Volumes, promptly attended to. And the
Bar (applied on reasonable terms with ths previous
Volumes of North Carolina Reports, and Law Books
generally. Bound Copies furnished to the Profession,
in exchange for their No.
E. J. HALE.
Fayetteville, March 19, 1849. IT
REMOVAL OF STORE
JAMES LITCHFORD respectfully informs his
friends and Use public that he has removed his
Slock of Quoit from his former stand to the opposite
side of Fayetteville Street,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE MRS. HARDIE'S,
and directly opposite the Market, where they are in
vited to give him a call, and continue their custom.
On hand, a good assortment of DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c.
Hs also continues the Tailoring Business, and
will attend to all orders for Cutting aud Making Gen
Raleigh, Feb. 23d, 1849. 19
B eck witli's
THESE Pills hare been now for more than ten
years before the Public, and their just pretensions
to the character claimed for them closely examined
and tested, by a great number of persons, too intelli
gent to be deceived, and too deeply intereated in th
results, not to observe with care, and judge without
Experience ha not weakened these intensions,
but strengthened and confirmed them by a mass of
testimony of suoh respectable character a ha rarely
sustained any article in this form in any country.
Tbe subscriber has just received a supply of them,
which have been recently made, and he being Dr.
Beckwith's Agent (cr this part of the State, is prepar
ed to furnish the wholesale trade at hi price, in any
quantity. P. F. PESCUD,
Raleigh, March 20, 1849. 17
RICE.-A Cask of FRESH RICE just to band,
and for sal bv
Next door above Mrs. Hardie's.
Raleigh, March 2.
THE Subscriber hss iuat received a buddIv of
choice Fruit Tree, from T. Perkins celebrated JMur
aery at Burlington, N. J. consisting of Peaches, Apri
cot, Nectarine and Cherries, in great variety, and,
with Die view of enecting speedy sales, will sell them
low. r. I. ruscui, lruggit.
Raleigh, Feb. 23. 12
rilGARS AND TOBACCO.-Chewers and Smo.
y ken will find at my Drug and Apothecary Store
some very upenor tobacco aud Cigars.
r. r. riuvtu,
Feb. 23. 12
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
prime lot. Call at
' Nut door above Mrs. Hardie's.
Raleigh, March 2.
FRESH DRFGS,BIEDICIaES& PALTS.
BY recent arrival, I hav received a large supply
of article needful to make my stock complete, to
which I invite the attention of purchasers.
; P. F. PESCUD,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
TIMES PRINTING OFFICE.
OUR PATRONS as uvfovtad that ih Printiaf
Office ha been removed W the West side of Fy.
opposite The citf hall,
in th Rooms ever the Store of James Litchford, next
door above Mrs. Hardie's Confectionary Store, where
we shall be happy to see our subscriber and frieuds.
W e are prepared to execate all kind of
upon tbe usual terms, in a neat and handsome man
per, and solicit a portion of public patronage ia this
line of business. -
. Subscription to th Paper safy 3 M per annum
in advance, or $3 00 if not paid before the expiration
of six months.
IJ- THE TIMES will alway be furnished fas
moato for One Dollar, in advance. But subscrip
tion will be thankfully received on either plan.
IT Those indebted to tb Office are requested to
remit their respective due at our rat ; when a r
cept will be forwarded in then aext paper.
,, Rakigh, Feb, 23, JP49.
aC. BATTLE having returned to this City, will
resume the Practice of the Law, in this and the
adjacent Counties. ' " .
All busines snlruated to him, wiii be promptly at.
tended to. ' '" '
He hi Drcrwred to make sut snd procure all SOL
DIERS' CLAIMS, ot every description, at short on-
tiee, aecordmg to pr-Mribed forms.
Raleigh, August 7; - 38 lm.
State of Korlh Carolina.
COURT of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Februnry
. James Tsdd, Sion X Ilbrtsfield. and P-iecca, hi
wife, Ciendon Tucker, and Martha, hi vile, John
King, and Susan, his wife, Henry Rhodes, and Chloe
ha) wife, Jesee Anderson, and Mary, h wife, r.hia
beth Todd, Henry Todd, and William Todd,
Mary Fi. Todd, Alphens Todd, Joshua Todd, Da
vid Todd, "Elijah Todd, George Todd, Thomas Pol
ly, and wife Elizabeth, Nancy Faison, Matthew
Leopard and Mary hi wife.
Petition la dhidt Land.
This case coming on to bs heard, and it appearing
to th satisfaction of the Court, that James reebles,
snd wife Eliisbetb, and Matthew Leopard, end wife
Mary, and then, are non-residents of this State : It
is ordered by the Court., that advertisement be made
in the Raleigh Times, a newspaper published in the
City of Raleigh, for six weeks successively, notifying
the said non-residents to be and appear at the next
Term of our Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, to
be held for the County of Wake, at the Court House
In the City of Raleigh, on the 3d Monday of May
next, and then and there answer or demur to the said
Petition, or judgment pro confesso will be granted a-
gainst them, and th Petition heard ex parte, as to
Witness. JsmesT. Marriott. Clerk of oursuid Court,
at office, the 3d Monday ot February, A. D. 184S.
JAMES T. MARRIOTT. C. C. C.
-Raleigh, March 22. (Pr. Ady't. 85 621.) 17 6w'
i"V"E cass ef Soda Salaratus, a superior article for
vr cooking purposes, just received and for sale by
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
QVUFF Boxes, Cigar Csse and Tobacco Boxes.
Jjust to hand and for sale by
P. F. PESCUD
Raleigh, :Jarch 8,1849.
A large supply of Coach, Furniture, Polishing and
Japan Varuishe, just received and lor sale bv
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
most excellent article for Coughs, Colds.
just received and for sale by
P. F. TESCUD
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
Afresh supply of Bay Rum, just received, at
P. F. PESCUD'S
Raleigh, March 8, 1919.
A large lot of Fish Hooks of the -nost approved
LA-kinds, just received and for sale by
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, March 8, 1849.
A T the Anunal Meeting of the Directors of the
il North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company,
held on the 2d January, 1P49, the following resolu
tion was adopted:
Koolved, That an assessment of hve per cent, be
levied on all the premium notes out-.r.onding on the
2d January 1B49.
"Notice m hereby given that the above assessment
required to be paid at the Office of the N. C. M. I.
Co., in Raleigh, on or before the first day of May
JAS. F. JORDAN, Sec.
P. S. All letters addressed to the Secretary on bu
siness of the Company must be po-rt paid, or they
will not be taken from the t ost Utuce.
Raleieh. Feb. 26, 1649. 13 3t
PHOSPHENE GAS and LAAIT OIL, just re-
X eeived, and tor sale at
Feb. 23. P. F. TESCUD'S Drag Store.
WILLIAM H FURMAN respectfully informs
the public that he continues the above business
th old stand, and he solicit the order of hi friend
and customers. He is prepared to make gentlemen's
Coats and Pants in the latest syle and in the neatest
manner, and will warrant them to be cut and made
as well as they can be in any establishment in North I
Carolina. His price will bs moderate to suit the
times, and no effort on his part shall be wanting to
give perfect satisfaction. All who want neat and
fashionable Clothes, call at
Old est a Wised Shop, in Lotusburg.
Leuisburg, April 29, 1848.
JUST received, the wonderful and important
remedy against Baldness, Hair becoming grey,
flic., which has been round 01 the highest ellicacy.
It can be had in bottles, uy application at my flmr
Dressing Koom, on f ayeueville Street. 1 he pub
lic are requested to read the following Advertise'
nunt: willia.u smith
PURES BALDNESS, PREVENTS GREY
VHair, and eradicates Scurf and Dandruff. Tills
article differs from all the other advertised nos
trum of the day. Its manufacture is based upon
a thorough physiological knowledge of the growth
of the hair, and its connection with tlie akin, as
well as a knowledge ot the various diseases which
affect both. This celebrated compound in addition
to iu usefulness as a preserver and beautifier of
the hair, is unequalled by any other article as an
external application tor bruises, sprains, eryaipekn,
welhngs, ring-worms, scald head, inflamed skin.
Irickly heat, scrofula, tetter pimples, sore throat.
tender feet, salt rheum, rough hands, head ache,
chapped skin, chilblains, internal pains, rheuma
tisms, &c, Sic. ; and the pain occasioned by the
sting of insects is immediately relieved by its appli
cation, and as a ready and effective resource for
all cutaneous diseases of the skin, it merits a place
among ine nousenoiu treasures ot every family.
April a. its at
Dr. A. F. Cooper's Splao-Abiominal
THE Subscriber ha on hand, a supply of the above
valuable Supporters, which are recommended for all
persona, oltticted with muscular debiuty, nd shoul
ders, or prolapsus Uteri.
Prof. Slott thinks they are very well adapted for
some varieties of incipient spinal distortions, as thrv
afford th useful oombtuation of shoulder Brae and
Abdominal Supporter, with vary decided support to ths
spinal column. . .
The abor Braces are recommended by Physicians
generally, who have seen them, and I hav cold a
number to citizen of this place, wb an highly pleased
A gentleman observed a few days since, that he had
ben weariug a very celebrated body brace for some
time, and that he would not give on of the above, for
fjty such. .
" They need ao puffing, a they speak for them',
elves, , P. F. PESCUD.
IT Tbe above Supporter is an improvement op Dr.
E. Craine's Spino-Abdeininal ttupporter,
Raleigh, March 20, 1849, 17
IMPORTANT SALE OF
nlatmti Sroamp t anils,
Ia Worth Carolina.
THE President and Directors of the Literary Fund
of North Carolina, iu pursuance of certain Reso
lutions, passed at the last session of the General As
sembly, offor for sale,
Fifty Thousand Acres
of Swamp Lands,
constitqting a part of the literary Fund of the State,
situated in Hyde and Washington Counties, and em
bracing the region lying between Pamlico and Albe
These lands hav been drained at great expense.
under the direction of competent Engineers, and laid
off into Sections. The drainage has been effected by
two main Canals, to-wit : Pungo Canal, extending
from Pungo Lake to Pungo river, six and a half miles
in length, with an average width at bottom of 22 feet,
dopth six feet and fall twelve feet and Alligator Ca
nal, from Alligator Lake to Pungo river, 6 miles long,
with an average width at bottom of 30 feet, depth se
ven, and fall ten feet : together with sundry tributa
ries or lateral ditches. These Canals are navigable
for Ratteaux, and emptying into the navigable waters
of Pamlico Sound, their mouths are accessible to sea
A large portion of this Land abounds n Jumper,
Cypress and other valuable Timber, for which the for
est of Eastern North Carolina 'J distinguished. The
residue consists of Prairc, covered with the Cane and
Bamboo, and in the estimation of the E gineers who
surveyed it, the whole of it is extremely fertile.
1 o Urain r armors, and to the getters or Staves,
Heading and Shingles, this land offers peculiar induce
ment. To Immigrants in the Ports of the United States,
accustomed to a country similar In many respects,
this Land offers a soil believed to be as fertile as any
in the North-western States, with easy accem to the
Sea, and within three days" sail of New York. Ths
Juniper water is pleasant, and the hands engaged du
ring the lost two Summers, in getting shingles, nave
enjoyed excellent health.
Time and place: -
Tlie Sale will take place in the Town of Washing.
ton, in Beaufort County, by Public Auction, commen.
cing on Monday, the 21st day of May next, and will
be superintended by the members of tlie Board, in
The Land will be sold iu Sections of about ICO
Acres, according to the Maps and Plates of ths En
giueerr. A credit will be given of one, two, three
and four years, to be paid in equal instalments, with
interest from the day of safe.
Bond and approved security will be required, and
the title withheld until the purchase money shall be
paid 111 full. Certificates of purchase will be given,
and the titles, when made, will be warranted.
At the same time and place, the Board will receive
Proposals for completing the Turnpike Road frera
t iniiro Lake to the 1 own of Plymouth.
Uiven under my hand, at the executive Ulfice, in
the City of Kaleigh, this btli day of March, A. I).
; Governor of North Carolina,
and ex officio Pres't Lit')' Board,
L. Cuevks Maxly,
Secretary to Board
Raleigh, March 9, 1819- " 14 ts
W. R. PEPPER
T) ESPECT FULLY returns his thanks to the cili
IX lens of North Carolina, for the patronage he has
received from them, while engaged iu business iu the
city of Raleigh, and begs leave to inform them that
be may be louud at
JARR ATT'S HOTEL, PETERSBURG, TA.
where he will be happy to see his old friends and ac
uuaiutancos, and pledge himself to leave nothing uu
done on his part to contribute to their comfort and
convenience. He hopes his friends will give him
Raleigh, March, 6, 1849. 14 3m
P. P. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I
Prnjjs, $)tmA$,;& Due Btuffa,
FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGH.N. C.
Mr. PESCUD would inform his custom-
ere and the public in general, that he has
nought of Dr. JUHNSUIM his entire inter
est in the late concern of
PESCID & Jonso,
and will continue the business at the Old Stand as
heretofore, where he will be happy to accomn odate
all that favor him with their order. Hi long expe
rience iu the business hs is prosecuting, and a deter
mination on his part to spare no efforts to GIVE UNI
VERSAL SATISFACTION in the Quality of hi
Looua, and the Cheapness of Bale, induce him to be.
lieve that Purchasers MUST BE SUITED.
The Assortment of Goods in his Store i arranged
in a manner to please and gratify OLD, AS WELL
AaWtW CUS1UMK3, he having (pared no ex
pense, time or labor to refit hi establit-hment, and to
place everything in view for those who buy. The ob
nervation of a moment will be sufficient to discover hi
arrangement, and test Ihe truth of this advertisement.
MEDICINES, DRUGS, DYE STUFFS, CHE'
MICALa ol PAINTS.
Some portion of these Goods are reouired bv every
Country Dealer, and it ia to their interest to buy the
best articles at the lowest rates to gam customer at
home. P. F. PEiiCUD.
Wholesale Dealer in Drugs, Dye Stuffs,
aud Chemicals, Fayetteville Struct.
ntiirign, ran. 10, ibw. 11-ta
. (LATI or HALIFAX, It C.)
Commission Merchant, Petersburg, Va
1 ( IVES ha special attentioa to the sals of all kinds
" of Country Produce, the purchase of Goods, and
the receiving and forwarding of Goods.
Meter w n. r. Moore, Juo, Kalei,iir . C.
Tho's K. Thomas, Esq. Loiiishurg, N.
W. T. Dortch, Esq. , , M, ,
M. Weston, Rocky Mb N.
N. M. Long, Esq. J
- . 1. ...
L. M. Liinr, Em. Weldon, N. C.
PatlenoD. Coooer Ac Co
Will &), J Pctentburg. V;
n is 11. 1 I . " .
F. S. Marshall, Halifax, N, C,
Petersburg, Feb. 1st 149. 11 -be
FRESH GARDES! SEED. .
WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, A Co., have just re
ceived a supply of Garden Seeds, which they
warrant to be fresh and genuine.
FAMILf ROE HERRIXGS.
KO BARRELS and half barrels for sale by
SEA WELL &, MEAD
Raleigh, Feb. 21, 1849.
WIXDOW GLASS, -
A LARGE OMortment of Wiudow Glass, of all
sixes, by ths box, tor sal hy
BEAWELL 4, MEAD.
Raleigh, Feb. S3, 1849. t , i J.
CAMPHOR CAPSULES, a fin article for Sick
Huad Ache, jujt received and for sale by
Feb. 23. P. F.FESCVD.
FsufTiciently supported, tlie subscriber intends to
publish a monthly paper of eifht naofw.for the
nrpose of diffusing information nh the anbipct nf
education with the especial view of improving
tlie character of our Common Schools.
It is intended to eive an account. ilmaL-n fmm
the public documents and other source, of the or
igin and progress of our Common School system,
to compare it with that of other Stales here and
Europe, thus noting our improvement over fur-
mcr year and snggesting.the means of overcom
ing the defects ind difficulties usJer which we still
labor. This will lead us to investigate the sources
from which school funds are derived, tlie modes of
their application, the preservation of order in
schools, the election of proper books for study, tlie
recreation suitable for the pupils, the treatment it
ccssarv for different disposiliens, cVc.
. Ana believing that the State which would im
prove its schools must firt improve its teachers, a
portion of our columns will be devoted to the ques
tions How are our schools to be supplied with
competent ti'achers ? How is tlie standard of ed
ucation to be raised, . and the services of a band
secured who are well qualified to go forth and in
the spirit of love, labor for Ihe advancement of th
children who are placed under their chanre 1
t... rvi , , -
uui j-.iiiicauun is a word 01 very extensive men n
nHiid although the primary obieet of the publi
cation may frequently take us info tlie school
room, we do not intend" lo be always confined there.
Our subject matter is the human mind and tlieiir-
uences "ood and bad. with a view of nreventinn .
the one and strengthening the other which can
be brought to operate upon it. That this is a tlipme of
the deepest moment none can deny, itgrasps the in
terest not of this world only it reaches through
ricmirr. tve snau not hesitate then as occasion
may demand, to enter the familv circle, tn nle
ourselves on Ihe afreets or mingle in the busy
oiunuaiiu mere sei torin tne rules ot hie and
principles of conduct which we believe will pro
mote the good of our race here and redound to onr
everlasting welfare in the life which is to come.
1 he publication will be commenced in Greene
boro', so soon as a sufficient number of nboerihor
can be obtained to defray the expenses of printing
to be printed orsfair type, at 80 cents a year,
("j""" " ivueipi oi uie nrei number.
Lctiers relating to the paper may be directed
(post paid) to Nereus Mendenhall, Jamestown,
Guilford county, N. C.
subscription also received at the Patriot Oflico.
The. pa per of the State, and other frienrliv tn
Ihe cause of Education are reauwit pd to mihliftn nr
notice the above. NEREUS MENDENHALL.
2d mo. 7, 1848,
A CHEAP FAMILY PAPER."
The Dollar Weekly Netcs.
Published in the city of Philadelphia, and P.,lit.
ed by R. T. Conntd and J. P. Sanderson, is offer
ed at the following low rates, per annum :
Six copies . 6,00 .
Thirteen coplieg . 10,00
Twenty copies isoo
Twenty-seven copies 30,00 '
Tiiirty-fctir copies 2!5,0O
Forty-two copies 30,00 ;
Fifty copies 35,00
The Dollar Weekly News is a Whl Jour
nal. Special attention is however directed to i7e.
eral Newt, Literature, the Am and Sciences, tho
interests of V'rade and Bunnett, and all such oth-
er rcadieg as is necessary to make a good . .
It contains also the most amnio renort of tho
state of the Market, in the principal cities of the
Union, and a general synopsis of matters interest
ing to business men.
Cr No paper will be forwarded unless vaument
be made in advance. Money mav be remitted
through tlie mails at our risk.
Address, postage paid,
J. P. SANDERSON Si CO.,
News Cuididf'S. N. E. cor. Third and Chesnut
THE Subscriber ha just received his supply of
Garden and Grass Seeds, which he warrants to
be fresh and genuine, consisting iu part of the usual
varieties of the following kind, viz ; .
Asparagus, Beans, Beets
Brocoli, Cabbage, , Carrots,
Ct.uhflower, Celery. ('re,
Cucnmber, Egg Plant, Com,
Leek, Lettuce, Melon,
Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra,
Onion, Parsley, Parsnip,
Pear, Pepper, Pumpkin,
Radiah, , Rhubarb, Salsify,
Kpinage, Squash, Tomato,
lumip, Aromatic herbs, Grass Seed,
and Fruit Trees.
Also a lot of Flower Seed, which will k. u
three cents a paper, a they are not of last year'
rwlh- P. F. PESCUD,
Apothecary and Druggist,
reb 23. 12
THE WIFE'S FRIEND.
Important to those about to become Mothers. ,
PROFESSOR ALEXIS V.PAVLlTAIf,e(the
Pasis Lyino-in HoarrrAL, member of the Medi
cal Academy t-f France, Corresponding Secretary of
th Pari Pharmaceutical College, respectfully beg
leave to announce to-the Ladies of America, that he
has appointed DR. JEROME Y. C ROPENHUR
TY, of New York, his sole American AirenU for the
sale of hi wonderful medicine, known in France a
THE Wl r E' FRIEND, or MOTHER'S ASSIS
TANT, th most extraordinary medical discovery
the world hss ever seen. Its province is to LESSE V
THE PAINS OF CHILD-BIRTH, and promote
a safe, Ar, aud SPEEDY DELIVERY, which it
does by sting nature. It k perfcotly Harmlks.
XFricAcioLS, pleasant to the taste, and never fail ta
promote aa easy and safe delivery, aud improve ths
general health of both mother and child. It ha been
teeted for year in all the principal Lying-in Hospi.
tals of Europe, and receive the miction of nearty
all the prominent Col'ege and Medical men of tho
old world. It is the GREATEST M EDICINE IN
THE WORLD; as all will admit that a aeaicino
must be that will lessou the terrible pains usually at.
utedant on child-birth. There is no mistake about
this medicine doing all that is said of It
IT NEVER FAILS. -It ism the form of a fineC
light powder, to be made into a drink, and used for at
few weeks previous lo the expected event, aud its)
price is so low to bring it within the reach of all.
rtureiy no nuinane Husband will sutler Ins wife to en
dure pain, when it oan be so easily and cheaply a
voided. For tbe small sum of only 1 .00, sent post
paid to DR. JEROME Y. C. ROf ENHURTY.
New York Post Office, a paokage will be sent by re.
turn mail, It being so light that it can be sent any
where ay hail, at a vxav tsuliko cost.
ILT No unpaid letters taken from the ofSoe.
Hj To prevent imposition, the U. S. Agent, Dr.
Ropenhurty wiH write hi name in full on th out
side label ot each package. No othor genuine. Re
New York, March 3d, 1849. 14 6i
:JOB PRINTING, ov ,
ILT THE TIMES OFFICE being well supplit 4
with a good assortiueut nf JOJ1 TYPE, we arts
prepared for printing, lie atly, all kinds of j
Cirtttlars, Carbo, onlJ IjaiMUls,
and other work, with dispatch, uno reaauu.itlu
lenne, A. skate of public pitronigi, in this lino
of burliness, respectfully sulticili'd. 4 ,. ,
February tti, 1519,