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VaeWitfteii City. Oct Silt, IfriS. ,
1 : Nkht Taocrt;
V Mad f Weed and PP". hy h htdat 10. per.
'PHE Subscriber most respectfully infbrmi his
cuelomers and the Public generally, that for
tht purpose of reducing hi present stock, (which
consist ul many desirable gnodg,)to make room for
a new fall supply, be will te reduced price for
He ha also obtained the iervice of Mr. Robert
Peach, late of New Vrk, a a cntter. He has
spent about seven yean in France, where hn filled
the same station in the most respectable houses,
and comes highly recommended as to his abilities
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ronage heretofore received.
: ' J. J. BIGGS.
Jnly tStti. 1849.
VSTto baud, and for sale by
, JAMES UTCHFORD,
Spt 7. Opposite City Hall.
STARCH. A good article. For sale by
Sept. 7. J. UTCHFORP.
PRIME JAVA COFFEE of coed quality, just
received and for sale by . J. UTCIlrUUI).
sept. 7. 411 It
ranii obgp of JTartl) Carolina,
THE Omcers, Member and Representative are
hereby info-med, thi't the Annual Communica
tion of this Masonic Body will be hdeu in this City
on the evening of Monday, the 3d of December next,
at 7 o clock, for the transaction of such business as
may be submitted for its consideration.
Lodge which have been working under dispensa
tions will not fail to apply for oharter, if any wish to
secure a permanent existence. A full representation
is earnestly desired.
11,1,1 Al l. BAia, sec'y. .
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 46-td
51 Crjanct to make lonrti,
A CHOICE lot of Superfine French and English
Cloths, Cinmimeres, and Vestings, in now being
spened at BKJUS S WELL KNOWN CLOTH
ING WAREHOUSE on Fayetteville Street, where
his friends and the coinmunityk generally are particu
larly invited to call.
1 here is a great variety of new atvle this seatou,
which, with a general supply of Good in th Fur
uishing Department, may be found on the most ac
commodating terms at the above place.
The Proprietor, or hi Foreman, Mr, Peach, Susy
at all time be found at home.
Rady Made Cluthing just orrtttij.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 4G-6t
Attorney for Prosecuting Claims at
the City pt Washington. j
THE Subscriber undertake the collection, settle
ment aud adjustment of all maunerof claims, ac
count or demand agaiust the Government of the U
nited States, or any Foreign Sta.e or Country : be
fore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any of
tie Public Departments at Washiugtoo.
The procuring of Patents, Army and Navy Pen
sions, the collodion of accounts against tl Govern
ment, all Land Claims, and every demand or other
busiucs nf whatever kind, requiring the prompt aud
effiecient services of an Attorney or Agent.
A residence of fourteen years at the Seat of the
Federal Government, with a thorough and familiar
acquaiutauce with the various system and routine of
husiuess at the different Omces, as well as iu (in
gress; added to his free access to the ablest legal ad
visers, if needed, justifies the undersigned in pledging
the fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch te
those who may entrust their business to his care. Be
ing well known to the greater part of , the citizens of
tins uistnct, ana to many geotiemea who have seen
members of Congress m the last twelve years, it i
deemed useless to extend thj notice by special refer
ence. Communications must be prepaid in all cases.
Charges or fee will be regulated by the nature and
exteut of the business, but moderate in all eases.
Address, II. C. SPALDING.
Oct 19 40eoQt Washington, D. C.
PHOSPHEttE GAS aud LA VP OIL, juid re
ceived, and for sale at
Fob. 23. P. F. PESCUD'S Drug tor.
Oil of Twnift.
Preserve your Bowls, Shoes, Harness aui Carriage,
(Lurtams, by using .Oil of laimin; ttupply ot winch
is to hand and lor le at
Oct. 12. P. F. PESCL'D'S Drug Store
FAMILY ROE HERRLUiS.
V ARRELS aud half barrels for sale by
SEAWELL dk. MEAD
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1R49. 2
A LARGE assortment of Window Glajs, of al
sixet, by tht box, for asls hv
SEAWEJX it. MEAD.
Raleigh, Feb, 33, 849. 12.
Sxt on fine J 1 Juetjn Cimc 1 ! !
JAMES M. TOWLES ,
TS just now receiving and opening a very ejten
tive Assortment of
1 SEASONABLE GOODS, ,
which ho offers on the njoel easopabje (exmi for
Cash, or to punetuni customers. frienus are
respectfully invited to eaU aod e (urjhrruiele.
ilateigtt, Uct. 2S. i . , ' .-tt
Rqtlpigh Paper MilJI
THE tindersigped takes this method of informing
trie Piiblislmr of fewspnpats aad feriadcabia
North Carolina, aud the Puiilic griexaJly, U,ai he has
leased the Paper Mill, about fl . miles from Raleigh,
procured the service of finished operatives, purchas
ed the necessary stock, end is now prepared to make
aud furnish toy -auwuntof faper tit order. He ask
a Iriul.oply fori is faper, a he i determined logtvt
ausiacuqu IU li or ccw lia uianuiavtuio.
JMJ?!!, SFPEEeJJOYAJ,. MEJW
manofactued 4 jjte liortst nvtic ad .the mojt mod
erate pricey. j . .. . - i i -To
'.' eucourage Home Industry." it, under all cir
cumstauses, eomroendnWe and proper ; and h Is wipe,
when in so, we Sacnhoe nothing eursrlveek
, Address, . JAMES D. Ry VSTER.
Raleigh, Ang. S4, J843, , ;'9jf
, BROWN SUGAR
(XF t yry tnperior quality, just received and fer"
W WEEKLY REPUBLIC.
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a new Deuicratic Weekly Newspaper, bearing this
title on the 14th November, 1649.
It will be of large Mie ; printed on goad, (tout pa
per, ffoin hsndaoiu new type. It will he n-' to
subscriber at the low pries of ens doll . iu
In addition to strong, aonnd Democratic orihl
articles, it will contain selection from ail the best
Democratic journals in the country, siiowiH'r the
state of public fueling on every topic of iulofe that
attracts thu altoiHio)) o the pifblie.
All the Local News of the city of New York will
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lic, a well as the General New both Domestic and
Foreign. A writer who wialil a powerful pen, will
furnish ns by every steamer, a letter from Loudon,
which will keep the readers of The Republic fully ap
prised of the state of Europe, and give a truthful aa-
coaiit of he progreae of liberal opinions in all part of
the Old World ; nnwarped and unbiassed by passing
through fho (ory jpurnals qf England, or the paper
of the Continent ; emasculated by the rigor of the
A lull end trnthful account of the state of the
Produce Market will also be given, aud the state of
the Money Market and Sales or to as, will likewise
be accurately chronicled iu The weekly Republic.
Letter containing gbacriplioiui, or any other but
sinus Ul all cases post paid to be addressed to
E. P. WLLIAMd, Republic OHjee,
Nsjau-treet, New xork,
P. F. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER IX
BrnoB, CljcmicaU, Dw StuUs,
FAYE1TEVILLE ST. RALEIGH, N.C.
Ilajr Curling Fh
Alexander's Tricobaphi, Jones's Hair Dye, and a
great variety oi tluir uus, ionics, rnnicouie and
Bulnia, can be found at
Oct. 12. PESCUD'3 DRUG STORE.
As a Temperance Uoase,
THE Subscriber informs his friends and th public,
generally, thut the above Etlab'ishmeiit ha lata-
ly undergone extensive repairs, mid is now in com
plete order for the reception of the Travelling Public,
a well aa Hoarders, nis rooms are csmfonably aud
neat'y furnished ; the Table shall always be provided
with the beat that cap be procured ; the Servant are
the best io the Cuv for care and attention to the calls
sf the guests: and no pains shall be wanting on his
part to gwe satisfaction. The terms shall be as mod
erate a? the tune will nrrmd ; and tne attention ot
travellers, and others, is invited to the advantages of
this establishment, bpiug pleasantly located, near the
IIUlir OI .'IP uiijr. . aim mx ... "'J . v,-w
House ht Raleigh, if has a peculiar recommendation
to a1 1 those who are fond or encouraging and practis
ing the Temperance principle.
Raleigh, June 15, 1R49. 28 ly
WILLIAM II FURMAN respectfully informs
the public that he continues the above business
tb old stand, and he solicits the order of his friends
and customers. He is prepared to make gentlemen's
Coat and Funis in the latest syle and in the neatest
manner, and will warrant them to be cut and made
as well aa they can he in any establishment in North
Carolina, (lis price will be 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 establised Shop , in Leuiburg.
Lopirfmrg, April 29. 1848.
AFRESH aupply of those celebrated Spanish Ci
gars, just received, to wliich we invite the at
tention of our customers. Jr. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, August S, 849. 31)
PLOKillS AD PJ,01GH ( ASTI(.S1!
A COMPLETE assortment of tftchmond's cele
brated Self-Sharpening Ploughs aud Castings ;
also Two Horse Ploughs for turning over stubble
Land in the Fall.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, August 3, 1849. 35
Rags! ttigsjl K
THE Subscriber will give the highest cash pri
ces for anv ouantitv of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Paper Mill. Immediate application are requested.
J.'l.UCO A. iVVAJ tJ.
jRleidi, July 2, 1849. 31 6t
C C. BATTLE having returned tehi City, will
. resum th Praotic of tht Law, in .this and be
All busines tutrusted jt? tn, wjlj be pwmofly at
tended to- ' ' , r : . .
H. ia nresared to makt out ana prtour ail QMb-
DDERS" CLAIMS, oveiy uescriptiflo, si shoa no
tice, according to prescribes Jorfls.
Raleigh, ACwt 7. tim.
COKSTANTLY arriving at Petoud't Ping Store.
100 Keg pre Whitt Lead, - ..
100 do N. 1, do dt
900 GaJ'on Ltnseedjljil,
'' JOO lb. Refined Borax,
50 Ounce uiuine,
. )S Doxeu Congress Vfttu, -
4 Cet Goodwin't Patent phewuig Johoxto,
' " 1 do Old Peyton Gravelly' Tobacco,
19 do Thoant Miller' Tobacco.
! A Una. aunnlv af arnishe. .Colors aud Brushes,
and intuy other deairabl article ar ' 'W
aud expeoted to tm,ve Uus wsea, ,dii ior smie uy
P. F. PSt:UD.
i BaWgh, Oct. if, : . .... . 6r
SPIRITS TUBPENTOE. ...
T?RESIJ from tht Still, kent etnstantly oa baad,
A- and forsubj by gallon or v.tnti.
. JAMES M. TOWLfS,
; Rfjcigh, AstJ. 69, i ;
TUJ't'BE PAST? Vr artiel tf JujuV
PASTIMES for fatimwgftftM
at ic aoeaa. hand, stas lor m at
et. ZWVW nj 8ltrt.
New Cheap Cash Store
THE UNDERSIGNED most respectfully iuvit
the attention of the cilixens of Raleigh and lb
surrounding cejintry, to their assort nent c Goods,
which are all entirely new and were selected with th
utmost care from the beet House ia New York, BaJ.
tiiore :nd Petermturg ; and aaour term for business)
are Cash, we feel Lssured of doing a bu iuea of that
kind that we will be able to offer great bargain tJ
those in want pfGooq ip our line. Aunuted i a par)
of the Goods in store :
Bleached Sheeting aud Shirting, 3 and .1 qr. wide,
Unbleached do do do do
Jaconet, Book and figured Muslins,
Plaiu and fancy striped Alpaccas,
Paslimeres and Mouslin de Lames,
Scotch Ginghams and Apron Checks,
Woolen Linaey and Cotlou Fl&uuels,
hits and colored Canienes,
Indies' and Gentlemen's Hose and half Jloee,
Calico and Furniture Prints,
Gloves and Suspenders,
Kentucky Jeans, plain and stripsd,
Cnssimere and Wool Tweeds,
Canvnsr and padding.
Bedtic king and Cotton Jeans,
Irish Linen and Threaa,
Best talian sewing Silk,
Silk and Cotton ifaudkercheifs,
Fancy Scarfs and Cravats,
Coat, Vest, Shirt and Suapender buttons,
Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eves,
Laces and all kind of frmiiuing Goods,
Wool Blankets, lurge ues,
Wool aud Wonted Shawls and Comforts,
Silk and .Fur Hats and tups,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes.
Ri and Laguira Coffees.
Loaf, Crushed, Pulverised and Brows Sugars,
Allspice, Teas and Gingvr,
: Adamantine aud Tallow Candles,
Ci eeac and Crackers.
'fobacco, Snuff and Segars,
Powder, shot and Lead,
Shoe Thread, Tacks and Blacking,
Sole and Upper Leather,
Crockery, Glass aud Stone War,
Nails from No. 3. to No. 2(1,
Candies, Lemons aud Apples,
Salt, Bacon, Moal and Flour,
Together will) a great many fancy article too te
diou to mention.
All kinds of Goods, Ware and Produoe taken on
ale at a moderate per cent. Consiirumeiita or for
wardiiig will receive strict alteptiou, and every exer
tion to pleaa all who may faver us with their pulrou:
age. J.J. Hi MLS & CO.
Raleigh, Oct, 9, 1849. 49 4w.
The North Carolina
MUTUAL LIFE IVSl lUVCE tOMPASy,
RALEIGH, N. C.
fTMIE above Company ha bben in operation since
X the 1st of April last, under the direction of tht
following Officer, vix: ,
Dr. Ctu. E. Johnkw; Preside!, '
' W'illiau D. HavwoOD, Vice President,
Jams F. Jordan, Secretary,
William II. Jonu, Treasurer,
riRki.N Uusatt, Attorney,
Dr. Cms E. Johnson, )
Dr. W. H. McKaa, V
Dr. Rich'o. B. H.ivwoon, )
tlrdical Bnari $
1. Heusman, General Agent.
This Company has received a charter eivini ad
vantages to the insured ovrr any other Company.
The 5th Sectisu give file Huabanu the privilege to
insure hi own life for the sole us of hif Wife aud
Children, free from any claim of the representatives
of the husbaiid or any of his creditors.
. Organiwd on purely mutual principles, the Irfe
member participate in the vholi of the profiu.which
are declared annually. B' sides, the applicant for life,
when the annual premium is ever $30, may pay ous
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance against the Company will
fee paid within ninety days after proof of the deaf b of
the party is furnished ,
Slaves are insured for one or for fiv year, at rate
which will enable all Slaveholders to secure this class
of properly against the uncertainty of life.
Slav insurance presents a new and inler-sting fe
biro iu the history of tygrlh Carolina, which will
prove very important to the Southern States,
The last four mouth's operation of this Company
now a very large amount oi Dnsuieas more inau tne
Directors expected to do the first year liaying already
isnued more than 200 Policies.
AGENTS FOR THE (COMPANY.
J. Hersman, George T. Guake, Winlev Vyhita-
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singeltnty, R. P. Vynring,
Trayefling Agent for North Carolina. 8. I.
Young, Agent for South Carolina.
All ("ommuiiicationj pu husiuess of the Company
should be addressed to
w JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec y.
Meigh, August 29, 1849. , ti
(Late of Halifax, N. C.) Commission Mxxchat,
OFFERS hi leryicet t th fanner and other ef
EdgeeouyVe, iu the sals of their Cotton and oilier Pro-daoe-
Juviawofihs preseiUdiraculty, of making remit
Unpe to ihs vicinity of Tarboro , he will attend rcg
ul.srly all )) court held for the county; and nay over
whatever fund may be in hi hands tor tht sale of
Product. Sep. 14, 1849.
; t NOTICE . -
r -TIJE SuUtcriber Js.vjng dettrmlued
(o go Sputh, offera jforasje tif dosira-s-
gt hie retdeoce one mile ajud a half Entt
jJUsaw. "( fta T0wB Louisburg, Franklin
County.' ' Persons degirpn of health or educating
their children, yvotiU 4 weV 1 c," tpd .ii(t.
This Tra of Lajnd jCoqtaini hfee tm$t4 aitd
Also, one othe Tact, two mile above, on fit
tame jCreeJ, cootaiaiog aboutibree hundred acre;
cleared Jafld all frejjh, and enough (or a crop faf
(bar or ve hande.
Alto, one other Tract .of pine Woods, contain
ing one hundred and tii acres with Bozea enough
cut f maJte one hundred wd fifty barrelt Turpen
tine. . 1M. JJ. TJJWB I AfLL.
fanklinCounty.OctJJ. . -..'..? ;
. . InfQrrijaUQn Waited,
CONCERNING ROBERT T. ENPOR,,wh sod
deu'y and myterioasly diaappearad from Nsw Or
leans about the hih Dem,bu, lt8 supposed to have
about his person $ I Uti) in money, and two geld watsh-
a. iuamoj ivlixa A.nr,waaof toe watou
ts. lis was last M-aa at Jrlr.Fret'telethiugMn,ia
(J. Orleans. .By iiVonnwion ef the a d Eosor .will
b thankfully received iy i mother, Maar Ami En-
joa, inaiaav., av i-
.',.'. t . .Car .of ffw Wf F3Ut
XT Southexa A frettern papers will reader die
trestd wife and ineUier eual srrio bjr ivig
State of North Cwolina,
Court of Pleat end Quarter Sessions, Atjjort
Harrell and If M . )
Endorsees, rsM Uanniug Original AttachueBl.
C. Smith. J
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Cou.i, that !
-a. the Df leudaiit in the above f not a resident
pf this Stat : it ij, ordered, therefore, by ibe Court,
that publication be made in the Raleigh Times for
fix weeks, notifying the Defendant of this proceed-
ig ; and further, mat b be and appear beiora tke
ustice of the County Court of Plea and Quarter
Sessions, at the next Court to be held for the County
of Hertford, at the Court House in W'iutou, on the
ourth Monday in November next, then and there
to replevy the property attached and plead ; other
wise final judgment w" be entered up against him,
and the property condemned subject to the recovery
pf the FlaiiitiQii.agreeably q act of Assembly in suoh
pose made and provided.
vyitne&s,twi tt. Uoexx.uisrxol the said Loart,
at Wiutou, tlte Fourth Monday of August, Anne
Domini, 1849.. L. M. COWPER, Cl'k.
October 26. 47-6w Pr'a fee $5 C2
tat? of North Carolina,
Court of Pleat and Quarter Seuient,Augu$t
John A. Anderson, Adm'r of John "1
L. Griffith, tersus Jesse Vauce
and wife Cynthia, and others
heir at law of John L.niJJtli,
Petition fer th
ale of land.
THE Heirs at Law of John Warren and wife Mar
garet, whoever they may be, are hereby notified
of the filing of the petitiou in the above case : and
turther, that they be and appear before the Just ice
of the County Court of Plea and Quarter Stolen,
at the next I ourt to be held lor the County of Hert
ford, at the Court House in Winton, on th Fourth
Monday ip November uext, then and there te plead
or demur to the said petition ; otherwise the prayer
of the Petitioners wilt be granted, aud a Decree for
the aale ol the Lands described in the Petitioners pe
titiou wil be made iu the cause, agreeab'y to Act pf
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.-.....j , null i-one ,,,uf mui jiiviiu.
Wituesi, Lkwii M. Cowfbr, Clerk of the said
Court. tU Wiulon, th Fourth Moudav of An cunt,
nnn,:: a.a '. t u rftuDt'D fit.
Oct.26. 47-w. Prs. toe a62
tatc of North, Carolina,
Court sf Plets aud Quarter Sessions, September
William F, Billiard, Adm'r. V
of Stephen Sparks, dec d. I Attachment levied on
net of Shimliel Kearney, tl. Va house and Igt in th
Marcellu A. William and f town of Frauklinton.
Sila Winston. J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Marcellu A. Williams aud Silas Winston reside
beyond the limits of this State : t ia therefore order
ed by the Court, that publication be made in the Rar
leigh Timet for six weeks, thai they appear at the
next Term of this Court to be held at the CourtHouaa
in Lounburg on the second Monday n December,
iu lb4S, to replevy, plead or demur, ; or judgment
will be taken against them pro coufysso, tad execu
tion issue accordingly.
Witness Young Patterson, Clerk of pur said Court
at Office, the etcoud Monday of September, A D.
1849. y. PATTERSON, C.C, C.
Oct. 19. 46-6w Pr.adv. 5 62 "
Slate of Norn) Carolina.
Court of Plea aud Quarter Sessions, September
Joseph B. Outlaw, Caveat to th Wifl of De
es. vid Outlaw, dee'd. entered at
Geo. Herdle and other, f the lost term of this Court.
IT appearing to thje satisfaction of the jPourt, that
Hinton Sharp is a resideut of the State of Alaba
ma ; Beuebery Walton is a resident of the State of
Teunessee; Joseph Reddi.ck and wife Nancy a p re
sidents of pie State of Mississippi ; William Walton
is a resideivt o'. the Sttta tf Virginia : and Mary 8.
Cogk is a resident of the State of Illinois, and next of
km to the '.aid David Outlaw, deceased : Jl is ordered
by the Court, that pub icatios be made m the Raleigh
Times, a newspaper published in the City of Raleigh,
for six weeks, for the said next of kin jto appear at the
next Court of Plea and Quarter Sessions, to be held
for the said County of Franklin, at the Court House
in Louisburg.on the second Monday in December,
18-J9, and ontet the Probate oi th said Will, if they
think proper. Alto, that ail the next of kit be oti
A in aaid Adverljaamant. and all the neat of kin not
therein nained, who are nonresidents, if there be any,
to be and appear at tjie next term oi this Court to bs
held at the Court House in the Town of Louisburg,
County of Frai-klin aforesaid, oi) the seohi) Monday
Li December, 1849, and caveat lb if tifl
witness, I oung rauerson, inerx oi ine saia voun
aipthce, the tscpnd Monday jor BeptemBer, tr4.
J . r A t TtSKtiUfl . IU. t. . U.
46r6w Pr. advt; 96 th.
(juti ,or MAirAx, . c.) '
Canis$i9B Wtrt-wU f tefjliBrf, fa.
Ci IVES bit special atlenOon te the tale of tH kinds
1 r'niinl rv PmJtiM. tha nnreJiBM of Goads, and
jn recevipg ana rorw.aiping WSV . -
I net tk. i nomas,
u. LosWg, ST.'C,
W. T. Dortcl
rich. Est. In.... r r.
U..Sn.' ' llocaymun.A,,
Je. HTPoweH, ) - ..J
.Us' v r
VtM ' I ' . t IWNI VltV
fT A. Long, Elj.
Patterson, Cooper L Ct )
Will. Lea Jrhrg, Va.
, U. f. Malsey. "
F. S. Marshall, Halifax, IT, C.
fetertburg, Feb. 1st 184?. 11-fce
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUSE.
WC.J0NSQN tt LESTER, .,,
Bpllingbrook St. Petersburg. Va,
WHjLgiye attention to the sale of all kinds of
Produce and Forwarding Good. Refer to k '
.. a i r Li- :ii I tl firL:-
tlpn. A. vv venHuis, uimnvuie, bimi xs . r. mw
afer, it. r.aq. rvaieign. . ..'
, Jomi Dicraton, , . ,s ,R. f . Ltiita,
Late nf Danville. 1
, Petersburg, Va. March. 848.
FtfBt Ne"iclf9. ,
vk rull'ttppty ,9 U te mot popular Remediea,
kept tonttariiljf eu hand, and told at M an u facte rev's
price ai FawwB'f Dtt) SviuL ,' ' ' ' .98.
,i V Qaifel'Bl'ajij xtract.0)r. fv-..
I yHF.RE it uthing better ,th- Connel't Ptl
fcxrojy '(m eajiniif enaM Jpt'i
Burnt, Scald, osl fiitten Toet, and Chilblain.
A tupely ot) Itaad, aid fur stilt by
TAKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALMER, wh
h.it receutlyreceived all the improvement frem
the Nurth. II now works wi(J4 tht csltbratti
quiti prep&ratioa ' '
which t decidedly in improvement in tht Art. .
Hit Gallery ia in Palmer ti Ramtay't Jewellery.
JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh, Jane 10. 30 tf
CIIEWUfC AND SMOKING TOBACCO, a
Brim lot. Call at
Heat aeor above Mr. Hardie't. .
Raleigk, March 9.
THE large and very convenient Dwelling Hoata
J- and l,fotroerly belonging tp the etUte of Mrt.
Prescilla Skxw, dee'd., and povr occupied by Hai,
For teruu, apply to ..
JAMES U. TOWLB.
June 21, 1849.
Ble til Mtlissts,
TUST RECEiygp, and for'tsli,' a new suppl
J ofprimt. JAMES M. TOWLES.
Jure 21, 1849. 89
. LOOK AT THIS.
ENCOURAGR HOME INDUSTRY !
'"FHE Undersigned jyould most respectfully It
form (lit public, that he hat again resumed1 tht)
Being obliged to stop th business for awhile, oa
account of bad health, but having recovered tomsv
what, better health now ak t(it citiaens of tliit
vicinity, and tht public, generally, to give me a
call. I am prepared to Prest Hats. Color Ladiet
Drosses, (ientlemen 'nts, or any tiling that may
b whining in my line of business. My shop if
situated one square west of th rruve-vard.
Raleigh, Sept. , '49. ' 43-4 w.
Spices an4 Salad Oil.
THE Subscriber ha on band a Isrgs supply ef all
ths most approved Spice, Besns and Essence for
flavoring Pickle and Preaerve. Also a mipplv of v.
ry uperiur Salad Oil and English Mmtard. Call
aud geta supply at piy Essubiisbment.
38. P.P. PESCUD.
I-PHE FIRM of YOUNG & BLEDSOE is this
x day dissolved by mutual consent. As it i de
sired that the business of the Finn should be set
tled a early at practicable, all persons indebted
to the concern will please come forward and uiakt
payment io a. n. yqoiia, who it aulbsrixed la
clott (be batinett.
8. II. YOUNG,
B , , , M. A. BLEDSOB.
Raleigh, May lit, 1149. t
p? eooDTiy)EW poodsi
rTIHE business heretofore etrried on ont'r tht
" name and atyle of Yodwo k Blidsoi will b
henceforth eonducted by 8. H. Yocko, at the lama
old tjtaod, where lit hat received ami it now open.
in. - I..M n .J 1. I : J . -
ug Mic,a,tu apicnuiu aaaonment OI . . .
fitcjilf ae antg prtna oobf,
which will be told on the meat reasonable termt.
Our old customers and tht public generally, art)
respectfully invited to give mt a call.
Rligh,ajrst,49. : 99 tf '
A LARGjJ and commodious room, tnitsW far a
;P-bet chamber f. office, above Eetcd'srf Stare,
1 or terms, spply to Samuel Lucas.
Kaieign, August 17, 1849. 99 At
OPENED again for visitors ta th middl tf At
gust, later than most seasons heretofore, because,
""" " p .lenagt ana lormatkM t klea..
joms iMUig killed by th destructive spring frttt, they ,
i, . " ' mor growia puuuif forUL,
Nojitbstanding a good crop 0 grape. ' ' Tr
But u Uttlo er no other fruit the teeswa, aad daa.
ger of my wiue customers abroad cut short of aaatl ,
supply by too great a resort to ths Yin.y ard at farm.
- V. .u.i,cj mis aon aeout a
quarter dollar each visitor, end commute for fi-.
-,.. . nic r paturoays, with tbf
usual glass of medumal bmriurt offered : ar mt that
pronounced by Book of grs'sissi moral tnd' relipow
Authority on earth, U "thtfr ped sad nJ '
mow seiocf grape, 1 carry away ffiruadud TWIeta,,
nd "he M f "rWt 50 eeat pT . mlliST
HJitCt.,K.C,) . . 11-4 ,M
THE JyATSST 4ND NJ?WES(T
31 im ffECEIVED, . . x
I ,. . I Wrtmn pf BPRINO . . '
GOODSeucing a great nriety of " '
Or tht Latest and most Fashionable Etv!e.r'waieii '
are offered at pricM that tnusf plea te, Tot Cath, "
to punctual customer.. For partietjlar; plMte
tee the Good eo the Coariter. 1 s. r-TT,
Raleigh, May th. J .., ,
TIME3 mmim pfhce-:
OUR PATRON'S are informed that tht MaViar
, Qifict ha been temovtd to ,tht V) est aide ef fay.
tttevili Street; 1 ' :; ! " '1
' ffcnTE m nTf Ri?i, 5
in the oom ove'r the Store of s-ne litehforil, awss
doer above MriHardit's Coafee.ij.sry' Ktro; war
we hU bt happy to See our sWuy.r aad tVittMt, '
1 1 w F JfV?!" , tjtecut M kibd tf , ' . , ' . ..
apoa th Bui tsnnt, ki t aest ad kandscaM m.l
nor, an solicit a pome
poruoBtf puWie ' pstronaf j u..
line of kisineaa.
Suhcriptin to th Papr ! J M pr
in adyanas, or if 00 if hot paid the ex pirauo, s
tft month.,' ,., . . ; . . . ,
VT THE TIMES will alwav W ftr.w,
moHlkt for On Dollar, ia avsnt; n suW,
t.ent WiH l thankftitiy recii'ved au rUU pUa, -r
; tf. Thiet indebted te' tht f.ffio, e. F.a
remit their leepective due at nr risk I iki.CM
eept ifriU be forwarded la thatr jil trtfr.
'igv, fti S3, IM PT
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