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; jj :Wash!nfto City, Oct-'Stll, tS49. j ! :
Nmhtilapers, , - i
Ve4e of Wned awi Paper, rnnjr iieluUat 10a. per
I al rMrl'V" lewg Prsve. , : , . tu
"MIE Subscribor most respectfully informs his
x customers and the I'ublic generally, that for
the purpose of reducing Ins present stock, (wliich
consists of many desirable goods,)tomake room 'nr
a new fall supply, he will sell at reduced prices for
He has also obtained the services of Mr. Robert
Peach, late of Now Yrk, as a cutler. He has
spent about seven years in France, where lie filled
the same st.itiuti in the most rce table houses,
and comes liiphly recommended as to his abilities
in his profession as well as to moral character.
Cull and give him a trial. Tno Subscriber returns
his grateful acknowledgments for the liberal pat
ronage heretofore received.
' J. J. BIGGS.
July 18th, 1849.
I UST ta hand, and for sale by
I " JAMES I.ITCHFORD,
Sept. 7. Opposite City Hall.
STARCH.A good article. For mile by
Sept. 7. J. LITCHFOKD.
PRIME JAVA COFFEE of good quality, just
received and for sale by J. UTCliKOHD.
isej t. 7. 40-tf .
(!?ran obgc of 'orilj Carolina.
THE Officers, Members and Representatives are
hereby info-med, that tho Annual Communica
tion of this Masonic Body will be lulden in this City
on the evening or Monday, the 3d of December next,
at 7 o'clock, fur the transaction of such business as
may be submitted for its consideration.
Iodges which have been working under dispensa
tions will not fail to apply for charters, if any wish to
secure a permanent existence. A full representation
is earnestly desired.
WILMA.M T. BAIX, Sec'y.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 46-td
21 Cljancc to make iHonni.
A CHOICE lot of SuperSne French and English
Cloths, Cassimcres, and Vestings, ia now being
opened at IIIGGS'S WELL KNOWN CLOTH
lN'i WAREIIOl'SE on Favetteville Street, where
his friends and the community, ireiierallv are oartieu-
luiiv invited to call.
There is a great variety of new styles this season.
which, with a general supply of (Joed in the Fur
nishing Department, may he found on the most ac
rommtdatiug terms ut the above place.
ine rroprietor, or his foreman, Mr. 1'eaeh, may
at all times be fouud at home. .. .
Ready Mule Clothing just arritcj,
Raleigh, Oct: 19. 4C-Cl
Attorney for Prosecuting Claims at
the Laty ot Washington.
THE Subscriber undertakes the collection, settle
ment and adjustment of all manuerof claims, ac
counts or demands aguiust the Government of the U-
uiierj Males, or any foreign Slate or Country : be
fore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any of
the rulilic Irepartmeiits at Washington.
The procuring of Patents, Army and Navv Pen
sions, the collection of accounts against the Govern
ment, an umd Maim, and every demand or other
business of whatever kind, requiring the prompt and
efliecrenl ervice of an Attorney or Agent.
a residence ol fourteen years at the Seat of the
Federal Government, with a thorough and familiar
acqu .iutance with the various systems and routine of
business at the different Offices, a well as in Con
gress ; added to hi free access to the ablest legal ad
visers, if needed, justifies the undersigned in pledging
the fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch to
those who may entrust their business to his care. Bo
ing well known to the greater part of the citizens of
this District, and to many gentlenieu who huve been
members of Cougresa iu the lust twelve Years, it is
deemed useless to extend this notice by special refer
ence. Communications must be prepaid in all cases.
Charges or fee will be regulated bv the nature aud
extent ol the busme9s, but moderate in all cases.
Address, H. C. SPALDING,
Oct. 19 46eo6t Washington, D. C.
PHOSPHENE GAS and LA ATP OIL, just re-
ceiveu, and lor sale at
Feb. 23. P. F. PESCUD'S Drug Store.
Oil of Tannin.
Preserve your Boots, Shoes, Harness and Carriage,
Curtains, by using Oil of Tannin; a supply of which
is to hand and for sale at
Oct. 12. P. T. PESCUD'S Drug Store
FAMILY ROE UERRLGS.
KS BARRELS and half barrel for sale by
0i SKAWELL & MEAD
Raleigh, Ijf h. 23, 184". .
A LARGE assortment of Window Glass, of all
-4-l-sizes, by the box, fur sale by
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849.
f rial) anil line ! ! ! Just in fiimt ! !
TS just now receiving and opening a very exten-
-- fiivA A a art r-t ma sat rf
V SBWUttlUI. Ilk ll
which ho offer on the most reasonable terms for
Cash, or to punctual customers. His friends are
respectfully invited to call aud see for themselves.
Raleigh, Oct. 2(i. 46-eu
Raleigh Paper Mill!
THE undersigned take that method of informing
the Publishers of Newspapers and Periodicals in
North Carolina, and the Public generally, that he ha
leased the Paper Mill, about 3 miles Iroin Kuleigh
procured the services of finished operative, puroha.
cd the necessary stock, and is now prepared to make
and furnish any amount of Paper to order. , He asks
a trial only for his Paper, a he ia determined to give
satisfaction iu it, or ceuse il manufacture. ,: . ,
IMPERIAL, SUPER-ROYAL, MEDIUM
Package tii Wrapping Paper,
manufactured at the shortest notice and the most mod
erate price. J , v . ,
To '! eiloourage Hoin Itadastry," ij iinder all cir
cumstance, commendable and proper ; and it I wkra,
when in doing so, we sacrifice nothing ourselves,
, Address, , . i JAMES D. ROYS'J'Elt
Raleigh, Aug. 84, 1849, 39 lm.
- CROWN SUGAR '
J'AFavery superior quality, just received and for
RaMgli, Oot I.
THE WEEKLY REPUBLIC.
The undersigned will commence the publication of
a new Deincratic Weekly Newspaper, beariug this
title on the 14th November, MVJ.
It will be of large xixe ; printed on good, stout pa
per, from handsome new tyie. It will be mailed to
subscribers ut the low price of one dollar a year in
advance. i . .
In addition to strong, sound Democratic orignial
articles, it will contain selections from ail the best
Democratic journals ill the country, showing the
state of public feeling on every topic of interest thai
attracts the allelHion of the public.
All the Ijocal New of the city of New York Will
be fully given in the columns of The Weekly Repub
lic, as well as the General Newsboth Domestic and
Foreign. A writer who wields a powerful pen, will
furnish us by every steamer, a teller from London,
which will keep tho renders of The Republic fully ap
prised of the state of Europe, and give a truthful ac
count of the progress of liberal opinions in all parts of
the Old World ; unwaried and uuluassed by passing
through the tory journals of England or the papers
of the Continent; emasculated by the rigur of the
A full and truthful account of the state of the
Prcduce Market will also be civen, nud the state of
the Money .Market and Sales of Stoi bs, will likewise
be accurately chronicled in The weekly Republic.
Iietlers containing subscriptions, or nuy oilier bu
siness ill all eases iost paid to be addressed to
E. P. WILLIAMS) Republic OHice, ,
.: . ts Nassau-street, New York, .
T. F. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER IN
Dmgs, Cljcmicala, $c Djic Stuffs,
FAYETTEVILLE ST. P.ALEIGH.N.C.
Hair Curling Fluid
Alexander's Tricobaphi, Jones's Hair Dye, and a
great variety of Hair Oils, Tonics, Phihcoines and
ltulins, can be found at
Xt. 12. rESCUD'S DRUG STORE.
As a Temperance House.
THE Subscriber informs his friends and the public,
generally, that the above Estub'ishuitnl has late
ly undergoue extensive repairs, and is now in com
plete order for the reception of the Travelling Public,
as well as Hoarders.. His rooms are ctuifortubTy and
neat'y furnished ; the Table shall always be provided
with the best that can lie procurwd ; the Servants. are
the best in the City for care aud attention to the calls
f the guests: and no pains shall be wauling on his
part to give satisfaction. The terms shall be ns mod
erate as the times will afford : ami the attention of
travellers, nnd others, is invited to the advantages of
this establishment, being nleasuullv located, near the
centre of the Cily. This being the uly Temperance
House in Raleigh, it has a peculiar recommendation
to a'l those who are fond ol' eneourugiiig and practis
ing the Temperance principle.
r. w. iv i. Mi.
Raleigh, June 15, 1849. 28 ly
WILLIAM If FURMAN respectfully informs
the public that he contiuues the above business
the old staud, and he solicits the orders of lib friends
and customers. Ho is prepared to make gentlemen's
Coats and Pouts iu the latest syle and in the neatest
manner, and will warrant them to be cut and made
as well as they can be iu any establishment iu North
Carolina. Hi prices will be moderate to suit the
tiiuvs, and no effort on his part shall be wanting to
give perfect satisfaction. All who want neat aud
fashionable Clothes, cull at
Old establiscd Shop, iu Louisbnrg.
Lotiisburg, April i!S(, IM8, ; '' , i
AFRESH supply of those celebrated Spanish Ci.
gars, just received, to which we invite the at'
trillion of our customers. P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, August 5, 1849. ' 36
PLCrCHS AND PLOUGH CASTINGS!!
A COMPLF.TE assortment of Richmond's cele.
Xi. hrated Self-Sharpening Ploughs and Castings;
also Two Horse Ploughs for turning over stubble
Iinn in the t all.
JAMES M. TOWLES
Raleigh, August 3, 1849. 35
Rap! ica?s!! RaplM
fPIIE Subscriber will give tlie highest cash pri'
-- ces fir any quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Puper Mill. Immediate application are requested.
JAMES D. UOYSTEK.
Raleigh, July 2, 1840. 31 5t
LAW N 0 T.I f Et
CC. BATrLE having returned to this City, will
resume the Practice of the Law, iu Ihia and the
All business intrusted to him, will be promptly at.
He is prepared to make out and procure all SOL
D1ERSV CI.AIMS, of every description, at short no
tice, according to prescribed form.
Raleigh, August 7. 38 Ira.
CONSTANTLY arriving at Pcscud's Drug Store.
ltMJ Keg pure White Lred, '
100 do No. 1, do do
200 Gal'on Linseed Oil,
100 lbs. Refined Borax, '
' 50 Ounce Quinine, ' . ,
. . 13 Doaen Congress Water,
3 Cases Goodwin's Patent Chewing Tobacco,
1 do 'Old Peyton Gravelfy' Tobacco, '
12 do Thomas Miller' TobaoM.:, r.'
A largo aupply of Varnishes, Color and Brushes,
and many other desirable articles are just received
and expected to arrive thi week, asd (or sale by
; , P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Oct 19. " ' 46-y '
' SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
FRESH from the Still, kept constantly aa hand,
and for sale by the Gallon or Barrel. --
, JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Angst 3, lM'J.
TVJV'BE PASTE. A uperior articl "of
Put, i sot received, and for sale bv ' "
TiiV ' ' " : P. F. PESCUD.
PASTILES for perfuming parlors
a id Sick Races, oa hand, and for sale at -
: - -.. MWrt rmg (Wo.
New Cheap Cash Store
iTHE UNDERSIGNED most respectfully invite j
JL the attention of the citizens of Kaleigh and the
surrouiidliu? country, to their assortment of Goods,
which arc all entirely new and were selected with the
utmost care from the best Houses in New York, Bal
timore and Petersburg ; and as our terms for business
are Cash, wc feel assured of doing a business of that
kind that we will be able to offer great bargains to
those in want of Goods in our line. Annexed is apart
of the Goods in store:
Itlench' d .' heeling and Shirting, 3 and 5 qrs. wide,
Unbleached do do do do
Juconet, Rook and figured Muslins,
Plain and fancy striped Alpaccu,
Cashmeres and Muusliii de Laii i,
Scotch Ginghams and Apron Cheeks,
Woolen Llnw.ys aud Cotton Flannels,
, White and colored Cambrics,
Li.dies' and Gentlemen's Hose aud half Hcee,
Calico and Furniture Prints,
Gloves and Suspenders,
Keiilucky Jeans, plain andstriped,
Ctissiniere aud Wool Tweeds,
Canvas? and podding.
Itedtirkirg and Cotton Jeans,
Irish Luien and lhreuo,
But Italian sewing Silk,
Silk nud Cotton llandkercheif,
Fancy Scarfs and Cravats, .
Coat, Vest, Shirl and Suspender buttons, ' ',
Pins, Needles, Hooks unci hies,
Laces and all kinds of trimming Goods,
Wool Blankets, lupje sizes,
Wool and Worsted Shawls and Comforts,
Silk mid Fur Hals and Caps,
Indies' aud Genlli'iueu's Shoes.
Ri and Lnguin: C oflVes,
Loaf, Crushed. Pulverised aud Brown Sugars,
.. Allspice, Tens and Ginger, .
Adamantine and Tallow Candles, ;
. CI eese and Crurkers.
Tobacco, Snuff and Segars,
Powder, shot and Lead,
Shoo Thread, TacUs and Blacking,
Sole and Upper Li iiiher,
('rockery, Gloss and Stons Ware,
Nails from No. .'). to No. '.'i),
Candies, Lentous and Apples,
Salt, Bacon, Meal and Flour
Together with a great many Fancy articles too te
dious to mi'ution. ,
'All kinds of Goods, Wares and Produce taken on
sale at a-moderate per cent. Ci.nsignmeiits or for
warding will receive strict ulteiitioti, and every exer
tion to please all who mav favor us with their patron
age. ' J.J. KYNLS Si. CO.
Raleijh, Oe. ), lPtJ. . 4'J4w.
The North Carolina
MUTUAL LIFE I.SI RAX(E (OflPAM,
RALEIGH, X. C.
f I HIE above Company has been iu onernliou since
j -- the 1st of April last, uuder the direction of the
following Officers, viz :
Dr. Cius. E. Johnson, Preside,".;,
Wn.i.u D. Havwoou, Vice Presides!,
Jxmks F. Joiiuan, Secretary,
William H. Joxf.s, Treasurer,
ftssiN Iti snr.K, Attorney,
nr. i iias r,. Johnson,
Dr. Wji. U. McKiiK,
Dr. Rich'o. B. Havwood,
J. Hkiisman, General Agent.
This Company has received a churi.er sivine ad
vantages to the insured over any other Company.
Tk. v..i;.. .1...
ai.d un, wn,in K'e inn iiiiuuiiu ine pnviiege 10
insure his own life for the sole ns of his Wife and
Children. ree from any claims of the representatives
of the husband or any of his creditors.
Orgauized on purely mutual principles, the life
members participate in the wAor of the protits.whioh
are declared annually. Besides, the applicant fur life,
when the annual premium is over $3U, may payoue
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance ngainst the Company will
be paid within ninely days after proof of the death of
the party is furnished.
SI ives are insured for one or for five years, at rates
which will enable all Slaveholders to secure this class
of property against the uncertainty of life.
Slaw insurance presents a new and interesting fea
ture iu the history of North Carolina, which will
prove very important to the Southern Stales.
The last four month's operation of this Company
show a very Urge amount of business more than the
Directors expected to do the first year having already
issued more than 21111 Policies.
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
J. Hersman, George T. Cooke, Wesley Whita
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singeltary, R. P. Waring,
Travelling Agents for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent for South Carolina.
All Communications oh business ef the Company
should bu addressed to
JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec'y.
Raleigh, August 29, 1849. 43
BLAKE pirni .x,
(Late of Halifax, N. C.) Commission Mesciiant,
OFFERS hi services to the farmers and others ef
Edgecombe, in the sale of their Cotton and other Pro
duce. In View of the present difficulty, of making remit
tances to the vicinity of Tarboro , he will attend reg
ularly all the courts held fer the county; and pay over
whatever funds may be iu hi hands for the sale of
Produce. Srp. 14, 1849.
THE Subscriber ha vine; determined
to go South, ofTcra for sale his desira
ble residence one mile and a half East
of the Town ol Louishurg, Franklin
Persons desirous of health or educating
their children, would do well to call and look.
This Tract of Land contain three hundred and
Also, one other Tract, two miles above, on the
same Creek, containing about three hundred acres;
cleared Und all fresh, and enough for a crop for
four or fiv bands, , , t
Also, one other Tract of Pine Woods, contain
ing one hundred and six acres with Boxes enough
cut to make one hundred and fifty barrels Turpen
tine. N. R. Tl'NSTALL.
Franklin County, Oct. ls. 444t
, ' , Informatioa Wanted
CONCERNING ROBERT F. ENtiOlt, who sod
den'y and mysteriously disappeared from New Or
leans about the Hth Deeei'nbei, 184S suppox d to have
about his person l.ri(H)iu money, andtwo gold wateh
es. The av aw of Elixa A. Enter was one of the wateh
. Ha wa last seen at Mr. Frost's elothiug store, in
N. Orleans. Auy infonnition of the said Eusor will
be thankfully received by hi mother, Mast Ana Ek
, RtCHMOMB, Va.-: . , , .. , , , . .,
,-,. , j, Cara of Hisau WTtua.
. tT Southern and Western paper will render a dis
tressed wife aud luolk.-r aavsniaJ ser; W erria:
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, August
A. Harrell and H. M. Jones, )
Endorsees, versa Heuuing Original Attachment.
C. Smith. ) , .
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
the Defendant ill the above case is not a resident
of this State: It is ordered, therefore, by the Court,
that publication be made in the Raleigh Times for
six weeks, notifying the Defendant of this proceed
ing; and further, that he be and appear before the
Justices of the County Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions, at the next Court to be held for the County
of Hertford, at tho Court House iu Wii.lou, ou the
Fourth Monday iu November next, then and there
to rep'vy the properly nttuched and plead; other
wise liual judgment will be entered np against him,
and the property condemned subject to the recovery
of the Pluiutilrs.agreeably to act of Assembly in such
Case made and provided.
Witness, Lkwis M.Cowrsa,Clrk of the said Court,
at Wiuton, the Fourth Mondav of August, Anno
Domini, IB49. L. M. COWPER, Cl'k..
October 30. 47-6w Pr's fee 5 02
State of North, Carolina,
Court of I'leas and Quarter Session, Au
Tirm, 1849. ' '
John A. Anderson, Adui'r of John")
I,. Orilhth, reisiu Jesse Vance
and wife Cynthia, and others
heirs at law of Joliu L. Griffith,
Petition for the
sale of land.
TI I E Heirs at Law of John Wurren and wife Mar
garet, whoever they may be, are hereby notified
of the filing of the petition in the above case : aud
further, that they be and appear before the Justices
of the County Court of I'leas and Quarter Sessions,
at the next Court to bu held for the County of Hert-
lonl, at the Court House m W niton,' on the rourth
Monday in November next, tlieud there to plead
or demur to the said petition ; ''wise 'he prayer
of the Petitioners will be granted, .xfa Decree lor
tlie sale of the Lands described iu the Petitioners' pe'
tilion will be made iu the cause, agreeab'y to Act of I
AsseniD:y iu sucn case made, and provided. I
itneas, Lewis M. Cowper, Clerk of the said
Court, ut Wiuton, the Fourth Mondav of August,
Anno Domini, 1649. L. M. CONVPER, Clk.
Oct. 26. 47-Cw. Prs. fee !5l9
State of Nortl) (Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, September
William F. Hilliard, Adin'r-l
of Stephen Sparks, dee'd. ' j Attachment levied on
use of Shimuel Kearney, e. a house and lot iu the
Marcellus A. Williams and I town of Frankliiiton.
Silas W inston, J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Marcellus A. William and Silas Winston reside
beyond the limits of this Slate: Il is therefore ordr-
ed by the Court, that publication be made iu the Ru-
iein nines lor six weeks, that they appear at the
n.tl Tun,ll.l'.M ,. L. L.IJ...L.,, .II
in Louiaburg on the second Mondav ia December.
v..... .ins v vuri iu uc neiu at ine vuuniiuini
iu 1849, to replevy, plead or demur, ; or judgment
will be taken against them pro coufesso, and execu
tion issue accordingly. -
Witness Young Patterson, Clerk of our nid Court
at Office, the second Monday of September, AD.
1849. ' Y. PATTERSON, C.C.C.
Oct. 19. 46-6w lYady.$5CS ;
State of iNortrj Carolina. "
. Court of Pico and Quarter Sessions, September
Joseph B. Outlaw, i Caveat to the Will of Da.
r. , vid Outlaw, due'd. entered at
Geo. Herdl and others. ) the lust term of this Court.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Hinton Sharp Is a resident of the State of Alaba
ma ; Bepebery Walton is a resident of the State of
Teuuessee ; Joseph Reddick and wife Nancy a re
sidents of the State of Mississippi ; William Walton
is a resident of the St ate of Virginia ; and Mary S.
Cook is a resident of the State of Illinois, and uext of
kill to the said David Outlaw, deceased : It is ordered
by the Court, that pub'icatioi be made in the Raleigh
Times, a newspnper published ill the City of Raleigh,
for six weeks, for tho said next of kin to appear at the
uext Court of Pleas aud Quarter Sessions, to be held
for the said County of Franklin, at the Court House
in louisbnrg, on the second Monday In December,
1849, and contest the Probate of the said Will, if they
think proper. Also, that all the next of kin be noti
fied iu said Advertisement, and all the next of kiu uot
therein named, who are nonresidents, if there b any,
to be and appear at the next term of this Court to be
held at the C ourt House in tho lown of Jomsburg,
Comity of Franklin aforesaid, on the second Monday
in December, 1819, and caveat the said will if they
Witness, Young Puttersuu, Clerk of the (aid Court
utl'dice, tlie second Monday of September, 1849.
X. r A i riiKSUIN , c c. c
Oct. 19. 4o-6w Pr. advt. 6 50.
(I.ATK Of HALIFAX, H. C.)
foniulsslon Merchant, Petersburg, Ta.
GIVES his .-pedal attention to the sale of all kinds
of Country Produce, the purchase of Goods, aud
the receiving and forwarding of Goods.
Keier to U. F. Moore, Esq. Raleigh, N. C.
The' K. Thomas, Esq. Louishurg, N. C.
'ZZSS? :j Rocky MUN.C.
fil. M. Long, Esq. )
L. M. Long, Esq. Weldon, N.C
James Simmous, )
n, Cooper ot Co )
B. F. Halser,
F. 8. Marshall, Halifax, N, C.
Petersburg, Feb, 1st. 184".
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUSE.
- DICKINSON & LESTER,
Bollingbrook St, Petersburg, Va.
WILL give attention to the sale of all kinds of
Produce anil Forwarding Goods. Refer to
Hon. A. W Venable, Granville, and W. Whit
aker, Jr. Esq. Raleigh. " -' . ,
Johi DlUKIKSOK, - R. F. Lestsb.
Late of Danville. , ,
Petersburg, Va. March, 1848. : ', ' q
, . .1 . 1. I ' ' Mill I I,
.-- ralrat Sledlcineai i .-, ,
A full (apply of all the most popnlnr Remedies,
kept oonstanlly ou hand, and sold at Manufacturer's
prices at Pkscuu s Dsua Stori. ' Sept S8.
' Conhers Pain Extractor. "
"THERE is nolliing better tban Connel's Pain
Extractor for healing snd removing pain from
nurns. txwius, rrost iwtrn I'oea.tM.tvhilWaBis,
A supply oa haftd, aad far tale by
TUKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALMER, who
-- has recently received a II the improvements fra
ho North, lie now works with tli celebrated
CE1IROT YPI ,
which is decidedly an improvement in the Art.
His Gallery is iu Palmer & lttunsuv t Jewellery
JOHN C. PALM)
Raleigh. Jun 30.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, a
prime lot. Call at
Next door above Mr. Hardie'.
Raleigh, March 2.
THE large and very convenient Dwelling Hoes
and Lot, formerly belonging to the rutateof Mr.
Prescilla Shaw, dee'd., and now occupied by Maj.
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOWLES.
June 21, 1819. !
TUST RECEIVED, and for sale, new supply
J of prime.. JAMES 11. TOWLKS. '
June -I, 18-19. 29
LOOK AT THIS.
ENCOURAGR HOME INDUSTRY !
rIVIK Undersigned would most respectlully iav
form the public, that he has again resumed lLo
Being obliged to stop the business for awhile, ea
account of bad health, but having recovered some
what, better health I now ask the citizens of tin
vicinity, and the public, generally, to give me a
call. I am prepared to Press Hats. Color Ladie
Dresses, Ueiillemen Pants, or anv tUne that mav
be wanting in my line of business. My shop ia.
sttuaiea one square west ol tlie grave-v irn.
;. KEAL BROWX.
; Raleigh, Sept. 13.M9. 4a 4 w.
Spices aul Salai CH.
THE Subscriber hss n baud a large supply ef a'l
the most approved Splcee, Bean and Essence for
flavoring Pickles and Preserves. Also a supv of ve
ry mperior Salad Oil and English Mustard. Call
and get a supply at my Estabiishmeuu
'''. 28, p, F, PESCUD.
Wim FIRM of -YOUNG & BLEDSOE i this
day dissolved by mutual consent. As it is de
sired that the business of the Firm should be set
tled as early as practicable, all persons indebted
to me concern will please come forward and make
payment to 8. H. Young, who ia authoring
1 1 ' .1 . ' WIIIUI1IW
i ClOSO me Dl
clou the business,
B. H. YOUNG,
, . , ,. M. A. BLEDSOE.
Raleigh, May 1st, 184. it
NEW tOOMMvW M0SI
rpHE business heretofore carried on umlor tk
. name and style of Yoimo & Bledsoi! will f
henceforth conducted bv 8. H. 1 firnn. at th mma
old stand, where he has received and ianowoae.
ing a large and splendid assortment of
Staple anl) anew Spring 0005,
which will be sold on (lie most reasonable ttrms.
Our old customers and the public generally, art
respectfully invited to give me a call.
" ' 11. YOUNO.
Raleigh, May 1st, 181. ' jj t(
A LARGE end commodious room, enitabl for a
-'' chamber & office, above Paseuda.Drn StorM
Forternie, apply to Samuel Lucas.
Raleigh, August 17, 1843. JJ 3t
BRIAKLEIVILLE JIAEyAKrs, ,
PENED again for visitor on the luit'd;, 0f x.
Vgilst, later than most seasons heietofore, bcesuse.
that, after the grape foliage and formntiou ef VZ'
soma being killed by the destructive spring frMt, J J
bad to be renewed by another growiu puttiai fv-ti
Notwillislaiidiug a good crop of grapes.
But a little or no other fruit the season, aad dia- '
ger of my win customer abroad cut short of aoaal
supply by too great a resort to the Vineyard at form
er reduced pne of eutrance ; thi season about a
quarter dollar each visitor, and commutation for far. '
ilie or number on pie vie or Batardays, with the
wm, fr- w,iiuu vecei agt ottered ; or of that
pronoiiuce a by Book of greatest moral j nd reliriea
authority ou earth, to "cheer God and msa.""
Most select grape to carry away furnMied Tadloaa.
and when sent for, at about 50 rents per fallen
KIDNEY WELLE! "
BrinkleyviUe, Halifax Co., N.C,. T'i
July31,lba. I .
THE LATEST AND NEWEST
JUST RECEIVED, ,
My assortment of SPRING i
GOODS, embracing a great variety or ""''
anrj anH Staple Drji ooo8;';;
Of the Latest and most Fashionable Style; which
ire offered at price that must please, for Cash, ot
to punctual customers. For particulars, aleaM
see the Gooda on the Counter, ' ' ,
JAMES M. TOWLES.,
Raleigh, May 11th. ,. .. i3m
TIMES PRINTING, OFFICE
OUR PATRONS are informed that ' Mares,
Offiee ha beea removed to the West aid of lav
etteville Street, '
, OPPOSITE TUB CITtrHALt, v
in the Room over the Store of Jams Litchford, aoaa
door aliove Mrs. Hardie' Canfeetienarv Klore, where .
we shall be happy to set onr sabsci ;br ait' n-ioadfc. "
W are prepared to exeeut. all krad of .. , ., , ,
; : -' Job JJrhttinfj," wt ... -
npeathe usual terms", in a neat aad haneooase atsa.
nor, and solicit a portloa of puMir Mtnaan (a t km
liMofbunness...- , ., ....
'Ttnliseription to the Paper only $9 50 ur i'naaaa
in advanoe, or $3 00 If not paid before Ih exnral'ta
of six month. - a ,'
IT THE TIMES will atwava W o,k4W U
wnfcr One DoMar, ii advanoe. asUaVio.
tiaiw Will be thaaVully 'receiv. d u tiih.r jisi,,
IT Thoee indelited to the Ofe a.-a rmJi.
remit their respective rlitsa w Swi ,,
eewl Will be forws-ded Oie a t uw,
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