runnsiitfTV weekly by xii. a rabqteauv
"TERMS T $2 5()TEli ANNTJM IX ADYANtlC, 03
S3 00 IF FiV.'.iT.XT IS DELATED SIX TM.VlHS.
. KiTOR iso rrtoniiEToit.
id s ersrr:
RALEIGH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1849,
M n ... T..,.i T..M-. iv'.ll li sent to Rulwcribon--
" . . n- ;.t :.. -J
Two Dollars a halt per auuuin, n p
mice. Three IMInw will be ehurgeel. n payment
1 delayed H meitlM- inese iriiin ---
ly adhered to.
Far eviirv Sixteen lines, or Iff, One Dollar for the
rit, mill Twenty-five Cents for em.li sttbseipiciit in
jrtio.it.' Court Orders, fee. will be charged i.'i per
...il. hiirher: bat a reasonable deduction will be made
j those who advertise hy the year.
it I.,.ii,..4 mi business, uihI all Communications
itniiI.-il for publication, must bo addressed 'to
Mitor, mid font paid.
THE GLOBE :
Coaircssbaal, AsrkttlUral and Lit
rUfi approach of Congress culls out the Annual
Prospectus of the Club Establishment.
Tim time is Till! of interest; The coming ill of a
ew Administration the consequent broaching of a
w 'policy touching tlio internal concerns of the
uitntrv the new and moat important issues arising
urn the lite vast accession to the public ilnimiin,
ml the great national .hjeets associated with it
impending difficulty ii mir relations with Franco,
ud the possible complication of owr alt'airs with the
oubl.-s of Europe, conspire to create great expec
ilion as to the proceedings ol" the next Congress
'he upproachiug Scmiou will probably continue, till
,te ill the auiiiuier of lrt'it). The debates, from the
t .lion of ao many questions ol vital inierrsi to me
public, will draw forth all the talent of the Nation-
Legislature. To linns it Oeiiooraitoiis noun- 10
people, on eucli sucooeuiug uuy,
mnturin", i, in elfect, to briuK the whole nution
to council. .-'The discussion, proa(iiug irom n
pitol to the remotest porta ot me union, lornia a
iblic opinion which react upon congress una cou-
ids its decisions. . : .
To becoino a nseful instrument, However numuie,
aasiat th working of the admirable machinery .1'
popular institutions, u tho ambition 01 mo cou-
ictur o( the Globe- Extraordinary preparations
ave heretofore la-en made to meet the increasing
man.li.or our rapidly-improving mid growing coun
'IMIB Subscriber most respectfully informs Iris
cnatomere and the Public generally, that for
the purpose of redticinp his present stock, (which
cohsists u( many desirable goods,)to make room for
a new fall supply, lie will sell at reduced prices for
lie has also obtained the service o Mr. Robert
Peach, late of New Yrk, as a cutter. He has
spent iilioul seven years in France, where he filled
the same station- in the must respectable houses,
ami conies hiplily recommended us to his abilities
in liis prnfis.-iiHi ua well as to mural character.
Call nnJirive hiiiin trial. Tup Subscriber returns
his gr iti lul ackmiwleilnieuts for the I'Ik-pi! pat
roiinc lierotnlbre received.
J. J. BIGGS.
July IS:!:, 1349..
JUST, to hand, and fur sale bv
Sept. 7. ' Opposite City Hall.
STARCH. A good article. For sale by
Sept. 7. J. I.ITCI1F011D.
I'RIME JAVA COFFER of po! quality, just
received and fur sale by J. 1JTC11FORD.
Sept. 7. 40-tf
- , ., .
rini vet known to Conaresa : ua maienum nuu
achinery aroof the beat aort : and the cxclusivo do-
.... I- l l ...1.. l..- ...n.ii. i-.nr. Ima
.tiou-oi tilt luuivuwai who " )
ado it his atudy to embody and puuium me luuora
(.'ngraaa, give reaaou to no)Mi mat an auyaiier
ii u. ,,iad to the aecoiiiplishmeut of this umler-
ir.nireninineusnratewith its Increased importance.
ut lint accumulation of xnae wnaeqiwut on the
hlilioual nui..!wr ol Keortera requireo me exira
larces incu. u t in printing at nigm tneoeoaxeaoj
a Lrt-eding day the vast aiMitioa mada to the
r ,, ...I i. ii... ...,vu..lnit iiLdsinlla mid the
ftUHS pUIIUSlieu uy iiiu i,w.i ..
report giveiir-will romk-r our euu-rpriso a
lilure, unleia Congress snail ao ibt pnueiiixe u m
coate a purchoaar of auch portion oi me oauy aneew
sued, aa ahull coutnhuto to maKo tne reports mat
n ilmm. The undeniiirned has ventured on the
feparation he has made, for the next Session, in the
,ciauou thai Coniresa will subscribe for aa many
. u- .heeta for each Member, at tha subscription
rica.as will, lu part, defray the expense of report-
g, and give mem circulation as imunMionai u.ro
luats in their several diatricta. Thia will enable
a Publisher to bear the charge of reporting, and it
ui imiinUe to the circulation of the Con-
L..U..1 Pri,,i. ohieli. although the cheaneat in the
uion, (the expense of prepurotion consiaereuj win
-t yield sufficieut profit to make tho aystem ponna-
John C Rives bavin j purchased the iuterest of F.
. Ulair in Jackaou Hall the printing office, ma-
I hecoines the sole pronnetor
(Dranb 01)90 of Nortl) Carolina.
THK Olfici-rs, Members mill Representatives are
hereby- info-nied, that the Annual Communica
tion of this Masonic Ilmly will he lulJeu in this City
on the evening of Monday, the 3d of December neat,
at 7 o'clock, for the transaction of auch business as
hiav 1m submitted for its consideration.
Lodges which have been working under dispensa
tions will not fail to apply for cluuiets, if any wish to
secure a permanent existence. A full representation
is earnestly desired.
WILLIAM T. BAIN, Sec'y.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 4G-td
3 Cljcmcc to make iTToitcri.
ACHOJCE lot of Superfine French and English
Cloths, Cnssimeres, and Vesting, is now being
opened at liluui? s lYbl,LHun ULOIH.
THE WEEKLY RErl BLlC.
The undersigned will commence the publication of
a new Hemcratie. . Weekly Newspaper, bearing this,
title on the 1 4th November, IS-I9.
It will be of large size ; printed ou joed, stout pa
per, from handsome new type. It will be mailed to
subscribers at the low price of one dollar a ywr in
In addition to strong, sound Democratic original
articles, it will contain selections from ail the best
Democratic journals ill the country, showing the
state ef public feeling on every topic of interest that
attracts the atter4i'in of the public,
AM tha Local News of tho city of New York will
1)' fully jriveu in the columns of The WcvUIy liepub
lic, as well as the (ieneral News both Domestic and
Foreign. A writer who wields a' powerful pen, will
furnish ns hy every steamer, a letter from I lOiidon,
which will keep the readers of T!ie Republic fully up
prised of the slato of Europe, and give a truthful ac
count uf the progress of liberal opinions in all part- of
the U.d World; unwarped and unbiassed by passing
through the tory journals of England or the papers
of tho CouUicM; emasculated hy the rigors of the
A full and truthful account of the stnte of the
Produce Market will also he given, and the stnte of
the Money Market ami Sales ol'Stoiks, will likewise
be accurately chronicled in The weekly Uepublic.
. Letters containing subscriptions, nr any other bu
siness 'in all esses pest paid to lie addressed to
E. P. WIU4AMS, Kepuhlie Office, .
Vi assau-street, New York,
lot UomrreBsiouai inwingenuu, . .... i, xt. ,v . pvuruiuc- l- u...... -l
rh(;iube Press has already enlisted the ablest -""""""V
hie friends and the comniunityt generally are particu
lariy mviteo to call.
There ia great variety of new styles this season,
which, with a general supply of Goods in tha Fur
uishiiig Department, may be found on the most ac
comintdating terms at the above place.
Tha Proprietor, or his Foreman, Mr. Peach, may
at all tunes be louuu ut home.
, Ready Made (Jltii!ung just arrtW.J
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 46-Gt
P. F. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I.
Prnjs, CljcmUab, $z Dm Stuffs,
FAY ETTEV1LLE ST. RALEIUH.N. C.
Hair Curling Fluid,
Alexander's Tricohnphi, Jones's Ilsir Dyo, and a
great Variety of Hair Oils, Tonics, Pliilicouies and
Balms, cau ke found nt
Ot. 1. PESCUD'S DRUG STORE.
RALEK'II, N. C,
As a Tcmprrar.cc Uousc.
: Illl lfJn ' . .
fTMIE Sukscrilier informs h;a friends and tho public,
4 I p
: a jt
'inruof, and will give his exc'nsire atteutiau to the
L,.rcUi.,al Dei artuieut. J. C. Picket will conduct
Miscellaneous Deparlnieul of the Newspaper.
P Itlair retirea from, both concerns, witn prayers
r their permunenl uefnlm-s aae) prosperity.
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,. f Coiinress. and weekly the remainder of the
tear, and will midergo distribution in the formol a
eekly Globe, a Uongreasionai vi-iooe, aim an op-
I'he Weekly Globa will coutam Agricultural anu
iscellaneons articles; and willote-sionally givede-
kt of such iniportauca at comiuauU universal in
Tho price of the Weekly Globe it reduced to one
llr. with a view to obtain a more general circula-
. -. , l. : . i. :a ao
rtm Kunacriuera vnt iw" huhcw -
iiuumi will be charged only tl after tha exturaioti
'Vh. rn.rmaiioiial Globe will emtwdy, as it has
mafortho last sixteen years, Congressional pro-
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miraidv. and the mcssaireaof tke President of the
nited States and the reports of tho Heads of the
xacalive Deportments. , .
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ike a numbers Bubacribore may expect one num-
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terwards, until the end of theseesiotk Bach voltime
iK probably comprise two thousand royal quaro
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iHbiug ot a political party aspect win .ppror
is Globe wire tlial whieli will be found iu the Con-
n-seioual reports. A paper aicimuug to Be an im-
artiul vetiinte forull sidre, canaol ma.iiiniu ncnaj
; tor if (tea cditoriul ooIsmbiis retloct a party hue. -
er one espy t th Daily tHobo (daily during ttie
ni t:iiwnns. und weekly during the recess)
a year, J
Ink r of the Weekly Globe for one year, 1 W
. mw i tlia t kmrresioual Globe during
" I - flft
ttiA ui-Kuiuu. a uu
.......,.. nt Jio Annendix durln? the ses-
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tha session. . 10 00
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the sessiou, 20 PO
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auee paymeliUi are iudieiieiisiible to earry tlui ou.
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iweil twenty pet cent, on the subscription prices for
,..!. onuers. which thev may retain when they send
the uame of aulwcribera and the subscription mo
y, TU price fur the CougrcssionBl Glob? aud Ap
eodix to tUubs who tuke ten copies, is so low; that
,d dcrtueeiim n be auVded. tuliscriptiona maybe
ei..;tte ao mail, alow risk, i aaaesry " la uSs
r " i 1 i ufcirnfi ri r "'"
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'jiuiar who mav pub'lih ii Wospectu as ofteli a
i,r, tiiiH-a Wore ttte rtrst Moudak- in Jkcrmber,
.-n,l us sue cony of their pipi-r conraining Udis
, nctly marked around with a pea to ifireet ouratteiH
aU . : : , joii g-.RiyE3,
. Wuaiiiiijtoii r.iy, Ocu 9tii,.icviui. ( !jlu ,
Vttorney for Prosecuting Claims at
the City of Washington.
THE Subscriber undertakes the collection, settle
ment aud adjustment of all manner of claims, ac
counts or demands against the Government of the U-
uilea states, or any foreign state or Country : bo
fore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any of
the Public Department at Washington
tne procuring ol 1 atenls, Army aud Navy t en
sions, the collection of accounts against tl Govern
ment, all Land Claim, and every demand or other
business of whatever kind, requiring the prompt aud
effiecieut service of an Attorney or Ages.
a residence ot tourteen years at the seat or the
Federal Government, with a thorough and familiar
acquaintance with the various systems aud routine of
ausmeas at tne different unices, a well aa in Con
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 to
those who may entrust their business to his cuiu. lie-
ing well known to the greuter part of the citizens of
tins Uistrict, and to many gentlemen who have been
members ef Congress in tire last twelve yean, it i
ueeinea useless to extend tins notice by special refer
ence, t omniuiiications must be prepaid in all cases.
Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature aud
extent of the business, but moderate in all cases.
Address, R C. SPALDING, .
Oct. 19 tGeoGt Washington, D. C.
generally, that the aliove Eslab'ishnieiit has late
ly iinderguno extensive repairs, and is now in com
plete order fur the reception of the Travelling Public,
as well as Hoarders. His roouis are comfortably and
nealty furnished ; tho Table sfiafl always be provided
with the best that can be procur.d ; lbs Servants are
the best in the City for care and attention to the calls
of tho guests: and no pnins shall be wanting on his
part to give satisfaction. The terms shall be us mod
erate as the times will afford ; aud the attention of
travellers, and others, is invited to the advantages of
this establishment, being pleasantly located, near the
centre of the City, 'itiis tVingthe snly Temperance
House ill Kaleigh, it has a peculiar recommendation
lo all those who are foud of encouraging aud practis
ing the Temperance principle.
i. V. KI.NG.
Raleigh, June 15, 1810. 2? ly
New Cheap Cash Store
THE UNDERSIGNED most respectfully invite
the ulli-jition of tho citizens of Raleigh and the
surrounding country, to their assortment of Goods,
which are all entirely new and were selected with the
utmost care from the host Houses in New Yorf;, Jlal
limore and Petersuurg; and as our terms for business
are Cash, we teel assured uf doing a bu-iness of that
kind that we will be uhle to oiler great bargains tj
those in want of Goods m our line. Auucxcd is a part
of the Goods in store r
. liloached Sheeting and Shirting, 3 and S qrs. wide,
Unbleached do . du do do
Jaconet, Hack and figure'! Muslins,
I'laiu and fouey striped Alpacecs,
Cilrsner.-s and Mnusliu tie Laities,
Scotch Giiijhains and Aprun ('becks, J
.' AVooleu I.iusi ys iu;;l Cotton Flannels,
White ctI colored Cambrics,
Indies' and Gentlemen's Hose and half Iluse,
"Calico ami Furniture Prints,
(.loves and .Mii-pciHlcrs,
Kentucky .Ii aus, plain and striped, .
Cassinu-r aud Wool Tweeds,
f 'anvils? and padding.
Iii diieking and Cotton jeans,
Irish Linen and Thread, .
lh-st Italian sewing Silk,
Silk and Cotton Hundkerchcifa, :
V'estinys, usi-urleil, .
Fancy Scarfs and Cravats, , .:
C'out, Vest, Shirt and Suspender buttons,
l'ins, Needles, lluoks und Eye,
Iaices and all kinds of trimming Goods, :
Wool Blankets, large sizes,
Wool and Worsted Shawls and Comfort,
Silk and Fur Hats and Cups,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoos.
. (.P.OtESIES. : .
Ri and Lngnira Coffees,
. lioiif, Crushed, Pulverised aud Brown Sugars, :
Allspice, Teas and Ginger, . .
Adamantine and Tallow Candlea,
Cl eese and Crackeim
Tobacco, Suiifl' and Segars,
Powder, shot and Lead,
Shoe Thread, Tacks and Blacking,
Solo and Upper leather,'
Crockery, Glass and Stou Ware,
Nails from No. .'1. to No. JO,
Candies, Lemons and Apples,
Salt, Uncoil, Meal and Flour,
Together with a great many Fancy articles too te
dious to mention.
All kinds of Goodd, Wares and Produce taken on
sale at a moderate per cent. Consignment or for
warfiing will receive strict attention, and every exer
tion to please all who may favor us with their patiou-
ge. J. J. lil MjS & CO.
t ayetteville str-et.
Raleigh, Oct. 9, 1849, 4U Jw.
(LATE OV HALIFAX, N. c.) ;
Commission Mcrchaut, ri'terslsurp;, Va.
GIVES his special attentiun to the sale of all kinlsl
or Country Produce, the purchase of Goods, and
the receiving and forwarding of Goods.
Refer to B. F. Moore, Esq. Raleigh, N. C.
Tho's K. TJioiuas, Esq. Louishurg, N. C.
W. T. Durtch, Esq. i , ... v
: ; M. Weston, - j Kooky Mt.N.C
Jesso II. Powell, ) n , .
D. J. J. Philips, nraU:' . N.C.
N. M. LoiILT, Esij. j
L, M. Iiou-f, Esq. Weh'on, N. C :
. Patterson. Cooper & Co )
Wills At Lea, Petersburg, Va.
R V. Halsev, )
F. S. Marshall, Halifax, N, C.
Petersburg, Feb. 1st. 184: . . ; ll-be
I'KTERSDURO COMMISSION 1!()USE.:
DICKINSON & LESTER,
liollinirlirook St. Fclersburrr, Va.
WILL give attentiun to tlie sale of all kinds ol
Produce and rorwarilinir (ionils.. liefer to
Hon. A. W Yen:t!;l-, Granville, and W. Whil-
aker, Jr. Esq. Raleigh.
JoilN DlCKINsOS, R.. F, l.ESTEti.
. Late of Danville.
Petersburg, Va. March, 1843.
A full supply of all the moat popular Remedies,
kept constantly on hand, and sold at Manufacturer's
prices at Pescud's iiuii Stork. . Sept. 28,
THERE is nothing better tliau Coin
Extractor for healing and removin";
Burns, Scalds, Frost Bitten Toes, and ; '-'.
A supply on hind, and for sale by
Oct. . V. i , 1
TAKEN perfect by JOHN C, PAL.: - who
has recently received alltlieiinprovoiiK frost
the North, lie now works with the celebrate!
CEIEROTYf E .
which is decidedly an improvement in the Art.
His Galiery is in Palmer & llaresay t Jewellery
JOHN C. PALMER.
RaleiMi, June 30. S if
WILLIAM H FURMAX respectfully informs
the public that he continues the above bnsinvss
th old ataud, aud he solicits the orders of his friennV
and customers. He is prepared to muke gentlemen s
Coats und Pants in the latest syle and in the neatest
manner, and will warrant them te be cut and made
a well as they can her in any establishment iu North
Carolina. His priees will be moderate to suit the
times, und uo effort ou his part shall lie wanting to
givu perfect satisfaction. All who want neat aud
fashionuhle Clotlies, call at
Old establised Shop , ill Louisburg.
Louishnrg, April 2!l, le4f .
The North Carolina
MUTUAL LIFE LNSIRAME (O.rlPAAY,
RALEIGH, N. C.
fTMIE above Cnnmauv ha been In nnerntinn Sn
J- the 1st of April last, under tlie direction of the
following Utticcrs, viz:
Dr. Cii.va. E. Johnson, President,
tVvj.ua m D. Haywood, Vice President,
Jamrs F. Joroas, Secretary,
William H. Joxks, Treasurer,
Prrbin Busiiks, Attorney,
Dr' Wii. H.'.McKk.! ' ( Medical Board of
Dr. Rm. B. Havwoob, ) Coh.i'.
' J. Hessman, General Agent,
Tins Company has received a charter givina ad
vantagi-s to the insured over any other Company.
Tha Sth Seot'nti gives the Husbami the privilege to
insure his own life for the sole uss of his Wife and
Childreu,ree from any claims f the represcutatives
ot tne niuhunu or any ot Ins creditors.
tHgamzed on purely mutual principles, the life
PHOSPHE71E GAS aud LAJIfP OIL, just re
ceived, aud for sale at
Feb. 23. . P. F. PEiCUD'S Drug Store.
Oil of Tannin.
Preserve your Boots, Shoes, Harness andTarringe
Curtains, by using Uil ef lulilun; aaupply of winch
is to hand and for sale at
Oct. 12. P. F. PESCUD'S Drug Store
FAMILY ROE IIERRIXGS.
Ef) BARRELS and half barrel for sale hv
0i SE.VHELL A MEAD
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849. , 12
; " '. WINDOW GLASS.
A LARGE assortment of Window Glase, at all
sizes, by the box, for sale hy
eKAWtibh m, fttl'HtLi.
ttaleigll, Feb.2S,IR43. 12.
AFRESH supply of those celebrated Spnuish Ci
gars, just received, to which we invite the at
tention of our customers. P. F. PESCUD.
Kahili, August 5, lt49. 36
PLOUGHS AXD PL01G1I CASTIXGS!!
A COMPLETE assortment of Richmond's c le-
ii hrnted Self-Shurpeuing Ploughs und Castings
also Two Hoise Ploughs for turning over stubble
Land iu the Fall.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, August 3, IP 19. 33
, j- from
NORTH CAROLINA '
ri.ri.isiiiiti, tt'EEKtr, i:. faye n evu.i.e.
This Paper, which has been in existence two
years and a' half, cnnliiins to he published, ami
lifts been highly reenmineneeu hy the Pre, p-ner-ally,
and, recently, by the Ua ptist Cape Fear Asso
ciation. Tekns. To single suhscriliers, Jl 0 per year.
" Cluls of 5, and ti,warps.$l each.
Address, post-paid, VM. POTTER,
Fayettovillo, N. C.
33 Our h'clhrf n of the Press, throughout tha
State, are respectfully requested to jive tiie above
two or three 'insertions.
To Printers and OtLt'rs,
AMS Pparl 1'oolBflnp, mi-wtrd, 10V
ms Rice Flat Foolscap expressly lei print
ing, n new article in this maiket. Also, a few reams
afaoperior ruled tetter paper, for ale fy
P F PES' 'CD. ;
Rah-igli, August 5, 1819. . .''Ii
N. CAROLINA RAIL ROAD.
FN compliance with a resolution of the General
Convention at Greensboro', Rail Road Conyf.n
Tiosswill he held at the following times ami pla
ces, to wit :
Alamance C. II., Tuesday, 4th tTeeeraber, 1849;
I Iillslsiro'. Ora nge, Tuestlay , 1 8th Deeember ;
Raleijjh, Wake, Saturday, 15th. do
Smithtiehi, Johnston, Saturday, 22d do
(joldsboro', Wayne, Thursday, 3d Jannnry 1S50;
Wilmington, New Hanover, Saturday 6th Janu
Salem, ForsyUi, l'uesday. I Sin Uec r lo4 ;
Lexington, Davidson, Friday, 4th Jun'y 1850 ;
Salisbury, Rowan, Saturday, 5th Jan'y" do
Concord. Cabarrus, Monday, 7th Jan'y da
Charlotte, Meck'p. Wednesday, 9th Jan'y do
; Mount Mourne, Iredell, Friday 1 1th Jan'y do
Statesville, Iredell, Saturday, lilh Jan'y do
Mocksville, Davie, Holiday, I4th Jan'y do
By erder of the Committee
R. M. SAUNDERS, Ch'm'n.
Greensboro', Dec. 4, 1819. 1
G HEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, i
prime lot. Call at
, J AM KS LlTl'll rUU 115,
Next door above Mr. Hardie'e.
Raleigh, March 2.
THE hroe and very ennvenicnt Dwelling- House
and Lot .formerly belonsintr to the estate -if Mr.
Prescilla'Shaw, dee'd., and now occupied r y Maj,
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOW 1. 3S.
June 21, 1819. 29
Rice and Slolasscs,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, a new ply
of prime. JAMES 1L TOWIJIS. '
Jure 21, 1849. :
LOOK AT THIS.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY 1
m?lE Ilndrrsio'nprt would most ipsne ctfullv mr
memker participate iu the whole of the profiu.which I - form the public, that lie has again resumed tke
f ri sl) ant .fine ! ! !
Just in (Eiuti ! ! !
JAMES M. TOWLES
TS jnst now receiving and opening a very exten
sivo Assortment of
" " SEASONABLE GOODS,
which ho offers on the most reasonable terms for
Cash.ortoonnctiial ctiat.Tmers. His friends a.r
respectfully invited to-call and see for themselves,
Ualt)igli,Ocl.28 . t , , b9U
Ragst KagslI .Rags!!I
PIIE Subscriber will give the highest cash pri
ce for any quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Paper Mil I. Iinuiediate application are requested.
Raleigh, July 2, 1849. 31 6t
are declared annualSy. Btsides, the applicant for life,
when the annual premium is over $3U, may pay one
half iu a Note.
All claims for insurance against the Company will
he paid withiu ninety days after proof of the death of
the party is furnished. ' -
Sktvcs are insured for one or for five Team, at rate
whiih wili enable all Slaveholder to secure this class
of property against the uncertainty of life.
Slavs insurance presents a new and inter-sting fea
ture in the history of North Carolina, which will
prove very importunt to the Southern States.
The lust four mouth's operation of tltis Company
s'jow a very large amount of business more thah the
Directors expected to do the first year having already
issued mora than 2U0 Policies. .
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
J. Ilersinan, George T. Cooke, Wesley Whita
ker, Jr. George E, B. Singeltary, R. V. Waring,
Ravelling Agents for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent for South Carolina.
All Communications ou business of the Company
should be addressed to
JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec'y.
Raleigh, August 29, 1849. . 43
LAW NO TICS,
CC. BATfLE having returned to this City, will
resume the Practice of the Law, in thia ami the
attjacf nt Counties.
All business entrusted to him, will be promptly at
He is prepared to-mtihe ortt and' procure att SOL
DIERS' CLAIMS, of every description, at short uo
lice, according to prescribed forms.
, Raleigh, August 7. 38 lm.
Raleigh Paper Mill!
THE undersigned tukes this method' of htfoniiiug
the Publishers of Newspapers and Periodicals in
North Caroliaa. kud the Poblic generally, that he has
leased tho Paper Mill, about 1 miles from Raleigh,
procured tlie services of finished operatives, purcliua
the necessary stock, and is now prepared to make
and furni-Ot any amount of Paper te-ordor. He ask
a trial otsly fo bt- Paper, he i ofetermiaed to give
satisfaction in it, or cease its manufacture. .
IMPERIAL, SUPER-HOY AAyJIEDIlIM
Package a4 Wrappta J a?et
tnauufaet ured a t tlie shortest uetSootttr tile moat mod
erate prices. j i ,
To " encourage Home Industry is, under all oir
cimutajieea, oommendaUe and prosier ; aad It is- wis,-
when-iii doing so we sacrifice nnUiing eitrsefveei. ' '
AdiUoss. . , f J HW.W ROm'KR..
Raleigh, Aaij. 24 1-849,, .' ' - 30 1ju4.
! -J-.il1 VL'nri
. 13M1LUV VI" S i
I 1ST IIUIIH1 1 -1 1" .
Made ofV'Hl and raper. u,.y
ox, -t rESCCDf Df'tf
OF a vart superior quality, just received and for
ale by ' ; JAMtS LITCHFORD. '
Raleigh, Oct. 5.
CONSTANTLY arriving at Vescud's Drag Store.
J 100 Kegs pure White Leud,
100 do No. 1, do do
200 Gallons Linseed Oil, ; '
MMUbe. Refined Bora,
, 60 Ounces Quinine',
VI Doaeu Comresa Water.
3 Caae Goodwin's Patent Chewing Tobaccov
I do Old Peytoir Gravelly ToBacCOi
12 do , Thomas Miller' Tobaoce.
A large supply of Varnishes, Colors and Bmslies
and many other desirable strtii'los are just received
and expected to arrive this week, and lor sale rty
. , P. S. PESCUD,
Kaleigh, Oct. I?. 46-y
TRESK from me Still,. ep constantly eer Hand
JT ami for sale by the tia'lou or Barrel.
- jambs yt. 'WLiea
RateigliAaigst Jf 184S.. ;vi.,'.:; '.-
'JJvnffi tXUVSr-A suferios artict ef
fute, just received, aud for sale by
r. r. rt.scUA
PASTILES for; perfumingparibrs
. J cfl.L T 1 I ...1 fmuL nt ' ' "
. liBijeCCP't' Drug Store,
HATTER'S BUSINESS. !
Being obliged to stop the business for awhile,
account of bad health, but having recovered some
what, better health I now ask the citizens of this
vicinity, and the public, generally, to give me a
call. I am prepared to Press lints. Color Ladies
Dresses, Gentlemen Pants, or any thing that may
be wanting in my line of business My shop I
situated one square west of the prave-vrd.
Raleigh, Sept. U, '49. 42 4 w.
: Spices and Salad OH.
THE Subscriber has on hand a large sspply ef all
the most approved Spices, Beans anu Essence fee
flavoring Pickles and Preserves. Also a eie! oi ve
ry superior '.Salad Oil an4 English JrUsiAiii Call
and get a supply at my i.8ial)l,..limiit.
Sept. 28. P. '. PF.SC I'D.
State of Nortl) (Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, November
Term 18 19. '
James Gooch, Amos Gooch, Wit-"
ham liooch, Daniel 1. Oooeh,
Joseph Gooch, Anna Gooch, W il
liam Clement and wife Jane, Ra
eliael Howard, and Dudley T.
Gooch, versus, Thomas Gjoch, f Pelifum Instil
and the heirs of Samnel Gooch, Slaves.
Deceased, viz: Jacob C. Jones
and wife Martha, Jr William
Iigh and his wife Adcliza, Emi
ly Gooch, Hannah Gooch, Iiuisa
Gooch, and oamuet D. tioocli.
rpilIS Peiition coming on to be heard, and itajc
- pearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Thomas Gooch, and the heirs ol' Samuel Gooch,
der.'d, viz Jacob C. Jones anu wife Martha, Jr.,
William Leigh and his wife Adeliza, Emily Gooch
Hannah Gooch, Louisa Gooch and Samuel D.
Gooch, are non residents- of this State, it is there-
fore ordered, that publication be made, for six
weeks in the Raleigh Times, notifying the said
non-residents, to be and appear, at the next Term
of Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held
for the County of Gram-ilk?, af the Court House,
in the Town of Oxford, on the first Monday, of Feb
ruary 1850. then and there, to answer or demur,
to the said Petition, otherwise judgement pro con-
tesso, will be entered against them, and this peti
tion heard, ex parte aa to them.
Witness, Augustine Landis, Clerk of onr said
Court, at office, the first Monday in Novemlier. A.
D 184. A. LANDIS, C. C. C. ;
Nov. 19, 1819. 83
New Boots and Shoes
(Late of Halifax, N. C.) Commission MsneHvrt,
Petersburo Va. '
OFFERS his services to the farmers and others of
Edgecombe, iu tlie sale of their Cotton aud ether Produce.
Iu view of th present difficulty, of making remit
tancea to the vicinity of Tarboro', he will attend reg
ularly all the courts held for th comity; and pay over
whatever funds may be iu his hands for the sole of
Produce. Sep. 14,1819.
AfaffWlik, TIIE Snliucl-ilwu. hauinn lolormlnorl
$2a ,0 6 Sonf'. nul'rs fr "ale his desira-
me resilience one nine ana a nail e-ast
of (he Town of Louisburg, Franklin
County. Persons desirous of health or educating
their- children, would do well to call and look.
This Tract of Land contains three hundred' and
Also, one other Tract, two miles above, on the
same Creek, containing about three hundred acres;
cleared fend ell- fresh, and enough lor a crop for
four or five hands.
Also, one other Tract of Pine Woods, contain'
ing on hundred and six acre with Boxes enough
Cut to make one hundred and fifty barrels Turperr-tinet-
i H. ft. TUNSTALL.
jWfcuft Cbanty, Oct tZ , 45lt
rpilE FHllt of YOUN'G & BLEDSOE is (his
day dissolved by mutual consent. As it is de
Bired that the business of the Finn should be set
tled as early as practicable, alt persons indebted
to the concern will please come forward and make
payment to !. 11, Yoi;ku, who is authorized te
close the business.
S. H. YOUNG,
M. A. BLEDSOE.
Raleigh, Bay 1st, 1'84. ii
NEW GOODS ! SETT CeOBS!
rpiIE business heretofore carried on nnder the
name and style of Yousr, & lii.ensoE will be
henceforth conducted by 8. H. yorrif;,at the same
old stand, where he has received n& is now open
ing a large and splendid assortment of
Staple anlr Janrn Spring (TJooSs,
which vrffl be sold on the most reasonable terun.-
Onr old customers and the ptihllc generally, are
respectfully invited to give me a cull.
S. Ii. YOUNG.
Raleigh, May 1st, 1819. M tf
Oliver L. Bnrch.
FavtttexUU SI., 1 Door below the Post Ofiict.
RALEIGH , IV
ITfTOULD inform' tne public thnthe hnsjnet reeei
V d a large assortment of HOOTS AND 8H0E
comprieing ill part tlie following article:
Ladies Grot Welt miskins,
French do do.
Kid welt Ties,
Fiue Kid Buskins, ; .
Fine Grcria La Victoria, (New Fashion)
Goat (In de 60 '
French Kuf do d
Children Black Morocco, do
Do Colored do do
lo liroiite do do
Do Laced Boots, de : 1
Boy's Calf Beots,
Do Kip do
Do Laced Monroe's,
lo Feg strapped do
100 fairs Philadelphia made Genflrinen'i Sotiitr .
Stiched and Pegged, dift'ercnt-qiralitie,
W'onien't Graeia Bout, (New Style,) '
Do. Flesh Out,
Negroes' C-oar he&e. oVe. ;
He renesls all wanting Hoots or Shoe to givehinr
a call, as he know hi aasnrtmoiit to be the largest
in (he City, and he flatten- himself that he can fur
nish as good bargains, if not betlsr, thau can be got
any where else in (be City,-
(. L. BURCH. '
November Si 1649. ' . ,...-51.-i.
. Information Wanted.
CONCERNING ROBERT F. ENSOR.wno .od'.
den'y and mysteriously disappeared- from New Or
leans about the 6th fceinlR-i', IH48 suprKWed to have
about hi perD s4 500 inney,rtd two gold watsb
e. The name of Eliia A. Easor W-one of the watch
es. He was last seen at Mr. Frost' clothing store, in
N. Orleans Anf ilitotlnsllonof the snid Enaof will
be thankfully, reeeiveel by bis mother, Iat Aa Est
i,-ReueMi, Va. , ... - ,-
; . , i - . -pare of Hisam W. TvLta;
TT Southern and' western papers will render a dia
tressed wife audi mother essential sorviee by firing
publicity to the above.-
TIMES PRINTING OFFICE.
fXVfl PATfiONS are infonsed that the Priatias
J Otgce has been removed to th West aide of Fay-
OPPOSITE TBfR fltY HALL,
in the Rooms over the Store ef Jamee Litchford, neat
door above Mas. Hordes' Couleclionary Stors, when
4e shall be happy to see our subscriber aad friends.
V are prepared to execute all kind ef '
. v; Ipb Printing;
upon the usual terms, iu a neat aad haudsasj urns
nor, and solicit a jwrtieu of public patrDuage la t bis
line of business. - ,
Sulwcriptkia to Wie Paper esjy $2 50 pet- knanm
in advanen, er $3' OO'if not paid before the expiration
of six months. .
IT THE TIMES will alwev. be fa rnishrd five
mmtbitnt One Iotlar, In adva'oes. t Bir a -baiirip-
uni wim oe inanaiuiiy receiveilou titlwr ptan. ,
ICT 'Illoae indebted t the Orhce ere rcqn-st4 to
remit their" respective dues -at our risk; vhraare
eept will be forwarded in theiraext twaer. ,
Raleigb, Feb.23,.D43. .
Ladies Gaiter sf 1 "
JUSTRECEIVED - , . '
Dluo and Blackj very fino'
: O U BURCH. '
Noy.2fJ84d; 5 ' 1
- I ' " ' '
SIX doxen, "fresh aud prime," just at hand, and tor"
salea ... PKMCl'ivU
Raleigh, Augiisl S, 1843: - 3S
FRAKIJN INSTITUTE, ? ;
Frklla t'ountj, it. C-. ;" .
J S.. ftIOHARDS()N, JrRlNyiPAl -V
rTAHO Session-'or 1 350 will Ciai-t-n: on Ann--,
-t ary 7aS, at which ttine-'il is vety desirable thiu
tlie Students be present; Terms as hcretnfute..
For particulars, addresa Ilia Principal, or '
5 DRtrJDM. B.-OliTliA'Wo -
: w. h, -rmU ttoketiW Xjtmu
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