TUDMSIIED WEEKLY BY CII. C. RABOTEAU,
EDITOR A.D PROPRIETOR.
TERMS : $2 50 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, OR
$3C0 IF PA1MEXT IS DELAYED SIX . HOMES
! VOL. III.
RALEIGH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1850.
',.; TERMS. ;
; Tug Ralrioii Timks will he sent to Subscribers
!M Two Dollars aiid a half per annum, if paid m ad
iCinco. Three Dollars will bo chared, if payment
jfi delayed six mouths. These Terms will be luvana
jly adhered lo.
I ! For every Sixteen lines, or (en, One Hollar for the
jiwt, and Twenty-five (.'cuts for each subsequent in
inWtion." Court Ordeis, &-o. will be charged 2j per
u .Mit. hhmer; but a reasonable deduction will bo made
iO thone who advertise by the year.
' (P Letters on business, mid nil Communications
mended for publication, must be addressed to the
sF.ditor.aud post paid.
I NEW ARRANGEMENT.
fMIE Subscriber most respectfully informs his
customers and the 1'iiblic Generally, that for
uhe purpose of reducing his present stock, (which
consists of many desirable goods,)lo make rooin for
I'ii new fall supply, lie will sell at reduced prices fur
Vash. , - ; '
j, He has also obtained the services of Mr. Robert
I Poach, late of New Y.rk, as a cutler, lie has
upent about seven years in France, where he, filled
fihe same station in the most rcspoctablo houses,
hind comes highly recommended as to his abilities
ti his profession as well as to moral character.
tUall and L'ive him a trial. Tne Subscriber returns
1 !iis srateful acknowledirint-tits for the liberal pat-
Vonaco heretofore received.
.:.. ' J. J. BIGGS.
July 18th, IS 19.
UST to hand, and for sale by
I JAMES UTCHFORD,
STAItCll. A good article. For sale by
Sept. 7. J. UTCHFORD.
PRIME JAVA COFFEE of pood quality, just
eceived and for sale by J. LITCHFOR1).
Sept. 7. 40-tf
ft Cljancc to make iHoucii.
A CHOICE lot of Superfine French und English
Cloths, Cassiinen-s, and Veslings, is now being
pcued at IJIGGSS WELL KNOWN CLOTH
ING WAREIIOL'SE on Fayclteville Street, where
i'w friends and the community, generally aro particu
afly invited to call.
There is a great variety of new styles Ibis season,
.vhich, with a general supply of Goods in th Fur
iishing Department, limy be found on the most ac
Hiinmsdatiiig terms at the above place.
The Proprietor, or his Foreman, Mr. Peach, may
it all times be found at home.
Ready Made Clothing just arrived.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 46-Ct
Attorney for Prosecuting Claims at
the City of Washington.
THE Subscriber nudertukes the collection, settle
ment aud adjustment of all manner of claims, ac
counts or demands against the Government of the U
jiited States, or any Foreign State or Country : bo
ore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any of
the Public Deuartmeiits at Washington.
V The nroeuriiur of Patents. Army and Navy Pcn-
ious, the collection of accounts against ti e Govem-
nent. all Laud Claims, und every demand or otlier
oiisiiicss of whutever kind, requiring the prompt and
ffiecient services of an Attorney or Agent.
A residence of fourteen years at the Sent 01 the
ederal Government, with a thorough and familiar
cnuuintiince with tho various systems and routine of
Jmsincss at the different Offices, as well as in Con
gress ; added lo his free access to the ablest legal ad
visers, if needed, justifies the nnderigned in pledging
'lie fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch to
iioee who may entrust theirbusincss to his care. Be
ing well known to the greater part of the citizens of
.Ins District, and to many gentlemen who have been
kiembers of Congress in the last twelve years, it is
eeined useless to extend this notice by special rcter
nce. Communications must be prepaid in all cases.
Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature and
xtent jf the business, tut moderate in all eases.
Address, II. C. SPALDING,
Oct 19 Ifieofit Washington, D. C.
Oil of Tannin.
Prcscnre yonr Boots, Shoes, Harness and Carriage.
Curtains, by using Oil of Tannin ; a Bupply of which
L to hand aud for sale at
Oct 12. P. F. TESCUD S Drug Store
FAMILY ROE IILRRIXGS.
ft O BARRELS and half barrels for sale bv
J& SEAWELL &. MEAD
Raleigh, Feb. S3, 1849. Vi
"1 A LARGE assortment of Window Glass, of all
ixi.sizes, by the bux, for sale by
SEAWELL & MEAD.
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849. 12.
frcsl) anb fine ! ! ! 3rsl in (time ! ! !
JAMES M. TOWLES
IS just now receiving nnd opening a very cxten
s give Assortment of "
'' vhich lio offorB on the most reasonable terms for
L.'ash, or to punctual customers. His Irie'nds are
-espectfully invited to call and see for themselves.
Raleigh, Oct. 20. 40-eu
Raleigh Paper Mill!
TMIE nmlcrsiined tukes this method of informing
LL the Publishers of Newspapers and Periodicals iu
)UN'orth Carolina, and the Public generally, that he has
I ;ascd the Paper Mill, about 3 miles from Raleigh,
! iroeured the services of finished operatives, purchas
a d the necessary sioitk, and is now prepared to make
it md furnish any amount of Paper to order. He asks
1 i trial only for his Paper, as he is determined to give
atisfuctiou iu it, or ceuse its manufacture.
IMPERIAL, SUrEU-ROYAL, MEDIUM
ackage and Wrapping Paper,
hnnufuctured at the shortest notice and the most mod-
rule prices. '
To " encourage Home Iuduf.lry," is, under alj cir
juin.' tuue.es, commendable and pniprr ; and it is wise,
hrh in doing so, we sacrifice nothing ourselves
Address, i ' james yituyM BK.
Raleigh, Aug. 24, 1849, ;, v . 39 lm.:
bp a cry suih-rior quality, just received and for
Mlrbv JAMKS LITCHIOUD.
Ua'.e.jjh, Oct. i 44
' RALEldH, N. C
As a Temperance House.
THE Subscriber inform his friends and the public,
generally, that the above Establishment has late
ly undergone extensive repairs, and is now in com
plete order for the reception of the Travelling Public,
as well as Hoarders. His rooms are comfortably and
neatly furnished ; the Table shall always be provided
with the best that can be procured; the Servants are
theb 'st in the City fur care and attention to the calls
of the quests: and no pains shall be wanting on his
part to L'ive satisfaction. The terms shall be ne mod
erate as the tiniM will afford; and the attention of
travellers, and outers, is invited to the advantages of
this establishment, being pleasantly located, near the
centre of the City. This being the silly Temperance
House in Raleigh, it has ft peculiar recommendation
to all those who are fond of encouraging and practis
ing the Temperance principle.
F. W. KING.
Raleigh, June 15, 1819. 28 ly
P. E. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Piugs, Cljcmir al, & One .Stuffs,
'; FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGH, NC.
Hair Curling Fluid,
. : Alexander's Tricobuphi, Jones's Hair Dye, and a
great variety of Hair Oils, Tonics, Phiiieomes and
Halms, can be found at
Oct. 1:2. PESCUD'S DRUG STORE. .
v.; ' CIGARS.
A FRESH supply of those celebrated Spanish Ci
gars, just received, to which we invite the at
tention of our customers. . P. F. FESCL'D. , .
Raleigh, August 5, 1W9..: : 36 .
PLC K.IIS AXD PLOlGli CASTIXGSI!
A COMPLETE assortment of Richmond's cele
brated Self-Sharpeuintf Ploughs and Castings ;
also Two Horse Ploughs for turning over stubble
Laud in the Full.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, August 3, 1849. 35
Rags! Ras! ! Rags!!!
THE Subscriber will give the highest rash pri-
ces for any quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Paper Mill. Immediate spplication are requested.
JAMES D. ROYSTER.
Raleigh, July 2, 1849. 31 5t
CC. BATTLE having returned to this City, will
resume the FrauUc of the Tw.in this and the
All business entrusted to him, will be promptly at.
He is prepared to make out and procure all SOL
DIERS' CLAIMS, of every description, at short no
lice, according to prescribed forms,
Raleigh, August 7. 38 lm.
CONSTANTLY arriving at Pescud's Drug Store.
100 Kegs pure White Lsad,
100 do No. 1, do do
200 Gallons Linseed Oil,
100 lbs. Refined Borax,
50 Ounces Quinine,
12 Dozen Congress Water,
3 Cases Goodwin's Patent Chewing Tobacco,
1 do Old Peyton Gravelly' Tobacco,
12 do Thomas Miller's Tobacco.
A large supply of Varnishes, Colors aud Brushes,
and many other desirable articles are just received
aud expected to arrive this week, and for sale by
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 4G-y
FRESH from the Still, kept constantly on hand,
and for sale by the Gallon or Barrel.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Angst 3, 1849.
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUSE.
DICKINSON St. LESTER,
Bollingbrook St. Petersburg, Va.
WILL give attention to the sale of all kinds of
Produce and Forwarding Goods. Refer to
Hon. A. W Venablo, Granville, and W. Whit
aker, Jr. Esq. Raleigh.
Jons Dickinson, R. F. Lester.
Late of Danville.
Petersburg, Va. March, 1848.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE, in Moore
and Montgomery Counties.' By virtue of a
power of Attorney to me xecuted by Mrs. Sully
Bass, of tho County of Wake, I offur for sale the
tract of land in Moore County, known as the Bul
lock Spring tract, containing about 275 Acres
And also, one other tract, lying in Moore and Mont
gomery counties, on both sides of Williams' Creek,
containing about 400 Acres, more or less.
These lands were partially worked a few years
since for Gold, bl a eentleinan of Raleigh, and
found to contain the richest specimens of Copper
ore, as well at some Gold and Iron ore.
Capitalists would do well to look into thia mat
ter, as a great bargain may be had, and aa tlie
nlnnlr roiid will run near it. it mav be worked to
advantage. II not sold privately, i snau oe in
Carthage, Monday and Tuesday of Moore County
Court, January 28 and 39 and shall then sell at
public sale. F r further particulars, and aa to ti
tle, I refer to C. C. Battle of Ralaigh and A. R,
Kelly, of Carthage, Attorneys at law.
J. B. WIHTAKER.
December 20, 1849. 4 tf.
Female Boarding School.
milE Seventh Session of my School will open on
JL Thursday, the 10th of January next, under the
care of competent Teachers. Charges as heretofore,
vis: For Boa-d and Tuition, per Session of Five
Months. In all the Enirlish Branches, including Or-
nameutal Needlework, Lights, &o. $37 50
, For French, per session, .- - - - - 5 00
For Mimie on Piano. ' . . . - - 12 50
" Musle on Guitar will also be taught, at - 10 00
This School, situated 13 miles South of Oxford, on
the Raleigh Read, is Preparatory School to Ureeiu
boro' Fe male College and Parents wishing to give
their Children ' a cnod and thorough Education, or
prepare them for CVlege, cannot dc so at any other
School ou better terms titan is her offered. .
No deduction made for absence, after entering
School, except in case w sickness. -
. i t' ED WD SPEED.
Address,' Brookrille, Granville Co. N.C.
January 4th, lrjiO. 5-4t
State of JTortl) Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, November
James Gooch, Amos Gooch, Wil
liam Gooch, Daniel T. Gooch,
Joseph Gooch, Anna Gooch, Wil
liam Clement and wife Jane, Ra
chael Howard, and Dudley T,
Gooch, versus, Thomas (ijoch, Petition Insell
and the heirs of Samuel Gooch, f : Mares.
Deceased, viz: Jacob C. Jones
and wife Martha, Jr,. William
Leigh and his wife Adeliza, Emi
ly Gooch, Hannah Gooch, Louisa
Gooch, and Samuel D. Gooch.
rTMIIS Petition coming nn to be heard,nnd itap
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Thomas Gooch, and the heirs of Samuel Gooch,
dee'd, viz Jacob C. Jones and wife .Martha, Jr.,
William Leigh and his wife Adeliza, Emily Gooch
Han.iah 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 Picas and Quarter Sessions, to be held
for the County of Granville, at 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
fcsso, will be entered against them, and this peti
tion heard, ex parte as to them. ; ' ,..v.
Witness, Augustine Landis, Clerk ofonrsaid
Court, at office, the first Monday in November. A.
D. 1849. A. LANDIS, C. C. C.
Nov. 19, IS 19. - 52
Att. at Lam , Oxford, N. C.
TITILL attend to claims entrusted to him in the
it counties, of Granville, Warruu, Frankliii) Si, Per
Jan, 4th 1850. 5-(!m
PASTILES for perfuming parlors
and Sick Rooms, on hand, and for sale at
Sen. -V&leVVfr I W Store.
WILMINGTON AND RALEIGH
Rail Road Bonds.
$50,000 worth fif Wilmington and Raleigh Rail
Road Bonds, endorsed by the State, will be ready
who wish to
to be disposed of on the 1st January, 1861). Those
re invest will have the preference, if
application be made in time.
CHARLES L. IHNTON,
J)ec.2 6th ,849. 4
. NORTH CAROLINA
; PUBLISHED, WEEKLY, lit FAYETTE VILLI.
This Paper, which has been in existence two
years and a half, continues to be published, and
has been highly recommenced by the Press, gener
ally, and, recently, by the Baptist Cape Fear Asso
ciation. : ..
Tebms. To single subscribers, $ 50 per year
" Clubs of 5, and npwarps, leach
Address, post-paid, WM. POTTER,
Fayetteville, N. C.
ID Our brethren of the Press, throughout the
Slate, are respectfully requested to give the above
two or three insertions. ,:
To Printers and Others.
ty REAMS Pearl Foolscap, unruled, rnd 10
A d Reams Rice Flat Foolscap, expressly lm print
ing, a new article in this market. Also, a few reams
of superior ruled letter paper, for sale by
P F PESCfJD.
Raleigh, August 5, 1849. 36
New Hoots and Shoes.
Oliver L. Burrh.
FavellevilU St., 1 Door bcluw the Post Ojfice.
RALEIGH IV. IV
"TOULD inform the public that he has just reoeiv
1! ed a large assortment of HOOTS AND SHOES.
omprising in part the following articles;
Ludies' Goat welt Buskins,
French do do.
Kid welt Ties,
Fine Kid Buskins,
Fine Orccia La Vietoria, (New Fashion)
Coat do da do
French Kid do do
Children's Black Morocco, do
Do Colored do do
Do I! rouze do do
Do Laced Boots, do
Boy's Calf Boots,
Do Kip do
Do Laced Monroe's,
Do Peg strapped do
100 Pain Philadelphia made Gentlemen's Boots.
Miched and 1 egged, diuerent qualities,
Womrn'i Oraria Boots, (New Style,)
Do. Flesh Out,
Negroes' Coarss Shoes, Sic. &c.
lie requests all wanting Boots or Shoes to give him
a call, as he knows his assortment to be the largest
in the City, and he flatters himself that he can fur
nish aa good bargains, if not better, tlmu can be got
any where else iu the City,
November 23 1843. 51.
Blue and Black; very fine
- O. L. BURCH.
Nov. 27, 1849. 62
SIX dozen, "fresh aud prime," just at hand, and Car
sale at PESCl'B S.
Raleigh, August S, 1849. - 36
, , Franklin iountr, . , ,
D. S. RICHARDSON, PIUNCIPALr "
THE Session for 1860 will commence on Janu
ary 7th, at which time it la vary desirable that
the Students be present. Terms as heretofore.
For particulars, address the Principal, or .
DR. JOS. B. OUTLAW,
President Board of Trustees,
clford, Nash Co. Dec. 15. 2-tlSJ
State of JTortl) Carolina.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions November
Arthur Forbes, Ad'inr. uersuj
Stephen F, Johnson, Guar
dian, and others.
Petitien for account
TN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the
A Court, that Louisa Forbes and Archibald A. Forbes,
Defendants, are not residents of this State: It is or
dered by the Court, that publication be made in the
Raleigh Times forsix successive werks, commanding
Hie said Defendants to appear at the next Term of
this Court, to be held on the first Monday in Februa
ry, 1850, and answer the Compluinant's bill, or judg
ment final will be entered against them.
Witness, Hkkrv Siiepfard, Clerk ot oursaid Court,
atOllico in Greenville, the first Monday of Novem
ber, A. 1). It ID. H. SHEPPAKD, Clksk.
Nov. !23. 51-fiw Pr. adv. $5 tii
State of 'ortl) Carolina
Ccurt of rieas and Quarter Session, November
Arthur Forbes, et als. versus
Louisa Forbes aud Archi
bald A. Forbes.
Petition for Division
IN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that the Defendants are not residents of this
State : It is therefore ordered by the Court, that pub
Mention be made ill the Raleigh Times for six sneceS'
sive weeks, commanding tho said Defendants to ap
pear at the next Term of this Court, to be held or tits
first Monday in February,' 1831), and answer the Com
plainants' Ilill, or judgment final will be entered a
.IVfiMS, HeVrv SimrrAnn, Clerk ofonrsaid Court,
at Ollice in Greenville, the first Monday of November,
A. D mi). H. SHEl'PARl), Ci.f.hk.
Nov 2.1. 51-Gweeks. Pr. adv. S5 t
State of North Carolina.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Aovemfer
iron, A. U. 1849.
Sally Phillw versus Rubeit Jefferson and others.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court in this
case, that the .Defendants and Heirs at Law of
Isaac Philips, deceased, being the Children and Next
of Kin of Polly Tugwell, deceased,' and Elizabeth
Moore, deceased, are nut residents of this State:
IT is therefore ordered by the Court, that publica
tion be made iu the Raleigh Times fur six successive
weeks, commuudiug the said Defendants to appear at
the next Term of this Court, to be held on the first
Monday in rebrinry, lejll, and answer the Com
plainant's Dill, or judgment final will bs entered u
Wilnens, Huxav Siieptard, Clerk of onrsnid Court,
at Ollice in Greenville, the first Monday of Novem
ber, A. D. 1849.
II. SHEPPARD, Clerk.
Nov. S3. . Pr's Fee $5 62 51 Cweeks.
CHEWING.' AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
, prime lot. Call at
Raleigh, March 2.
THE large and very convenient Dwelling House
and Lot,formery belonging to the estate of Mrs.
Prescilla Shaw, dee'd., and now occupied by Maj.
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOWLES.
June 21, 1819. . V ' , 29
LOOK AT THJS.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY !
r1HE Undersigned would most respectfully in
form the public, that he has again resumed the
Being obliged to stop the business for awhile, on
account of bad health, but having recovered some
what, better health I now ask the citizens ol fit.
vicinity, and the public, generally, to give n.e ..
cull. 1 am prepared to Press Hats, Color Ladies
Dresses, Gentlemen Pants, or any thing that may
be wanting in my line of business. My shop is
situated one square west ol the grave-ynrd.
. NEAL BROWN.
Raleigh, Sept. 13, '49. 42 4 w.
Spices and Salad Oil.
THE Suliscrilier has on hand a large supply of all
the most approved Spices, Beans and Essences for
flavoring Pickles and Preserves. Also a supply of ve
ry superior !Salad Oil and English Mustard. Call
and get a supply at my Establishment.
Sept. 28. P. F. PESCUD.
TO THE TRADE.
O L. BURCH will inform the Trade that he con
stuutly kreis on hand a large assortment of Tools,
Lasts, Boot and Shoo Thread, Calf, Coat, and Lin
ing Skins, and every thing to furnish a shop out and
November 23 18-19. 51
Bank of tho State of Aorta Carolina.
A DIVIDEND of Four per cent, on the Capital
Stock of thia Bank has been declared for the
last six months payable at the Principal Bank on
the First Monday in January next ; and at the
Branches fifteen days thereafter.
C. DEWEY, Cashier.
' Raleigh, 14th Dee. 1819. 2-tlMJ"
TIMES PRINTING OFFICE.
OUR PATRONS are informed that the Printing
Office has been removed to tho West side of Fay
OPPOSITE THE CITY HALL,
in the Rooms over the Store of James Litchford, next
door above Mrs. Hardie's Confectionary Store, where
we shall be happy to see our subscribers and friends.
Wo arc prepared to execute all kinds of
upon tho usual terms, in a neat and handsome man
ner, and solicit a portion of public patronage in t his
line ot Business.
Subscription to the Paner tnlv 2 50 oer annum
in advance, or $3 00 if not paid befora tho. expiration
of six months.
IT THE TIMES will always as fumiahed fit
months for One Dollar, in advance. But subscrip
tions will bs thankfully receivedon either plan. .
JJ" Those indebted to the Office aro requested to
remit their respective dues at our risk ; when a re
cent will be forwarded in theiruet paper. ,0 . .
, Raleigh, Feb. 23,1849. , f , . ! .,
SPIRIT OF THE AGE. :
This is the title of a Weekly Newsnaner. nnb
liehedin Raleigh, by ALEX. M. GORMAN, de
voted to Temperance and General Information on
Ltne following low terms, yn . '
1 ft. - C, , A. . .
i o smgie ouoscnoers, 91 ou per year,
Clubs of 5, and upwards, 1 each " H
The North Carolina
MUTUAL LIFE IXSURAXCE COMPAXY,
EALE1GII, N. C.
THE above Company has been in operation since
the 1st of April lust, uuder the direction of the
following Officers, viz :
Dr. Ciias. E. Johnson-, President,
William D. Havwoou, Vice President,
Jahks F. Jordan, Secretary,
William II. Jo.ves, Treiisurcr, "
Periii.n Bvsikk, Attorney,
l)r'. Wm. II. Mi'K'hk' ' ( Medical Board J
Dr. Ricn'n. B. Havwood.V L"'mUa"
J. Hkrsman, General Ageut.
This Company has received a charter giving ad
vantages to the insured over ony other Company.
The 5th Section gives the Husband the privilege to
insure his own life for the sole us of bis Wife and
Children, .free from any claims of the representatives
of the husband or any of his creditors.
Organized on purely mutual principles, the life
members participate iu the whole of the profits.whirh
aro declared annually. Resides, the applicant for life,
when the annual premium is ovor ij.ju, may pay one
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance ajainst the Company will
be paid within ninety days alter proof of the death of
tne parly is lurmsned.
Slaves arc insured for one or for five years, at rates
which. will enable all Slaveholders to secure tins ohms
of property against the uncertainty of life.
Slavs insurance presents a new una interesting fea
ture in the history of North Carolina,' which will
prove very important to the Southern States.
The lust four month's operation of tins Company I
sbow a very large amount of business more than the I
Directors expecteu to uo the lirsl year having already
issued more than 9.00 Policies, i
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
J. Hcrsman, George T. Cooke, Wesley Whita
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singeltafy, R. P. Waring,
Travelling Agents for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent for South, Carolina.
All Communications on business of the Company
should be addressed tu
JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec'v.
Raleigh, August 29, 1849. . 43
New Cheap Cash Store
THE UNDERSIGNED most respectfully' iuvite
tile attention of tho citizens of Raleigh and tho
surrounding country, to their assortment of, G.oods,
which are all entirely new and were selected with the
utmost care from the best Houses in New York, Bal
timore and Petersuurg ; and as our terms for business
are Cush, we feel assured of doing a business of that
kiud that we will be able to offer great bargains to
those in waul of Goods iu our hue. Annexed is apart
of the Goods iu store :
Bleached Sheeting aud Shirting, 3 und 5 nrs. wide,
Unbleached do do do : do
Jaconet, Book and figured Muslins, '
Plain and fancy striped Alpuocus,
Cashmeres and Moushn de Lumes,
Scotch Ginghams and Apron Checks,
Woolen Linseys and Cottou Flumicls, .
White and colored CambricB,
Ladies' and Gentlemen s Hose nnd half Hose,
Calico and Furniture Prints,
Gloves aud Suspenders,
Kentucky Jeans, plain aud striped,
Cassinicrc and Wool Tweeds,
Canvas and padding.
Bedtukingand Cotton Jeans,
Irish Linen and Thread,
Best Italian sewing Silk,
Silk and Cotton Haudkcrcheifs,
V Vesting!, assorted, :
Fancy Scarfs aud Cravats,
Coat, Vest, Shirt and Suspender buttons,
Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes,
I .aces and all kinds ot trimming Goods, .
Wool Blankets, large sizes,
Wool and Worsted Shawls e.i.d Comforts,
Silk and Fur Hats and Caps,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes. .
Rio and Lsgnire Coffees,
Loaf, Crushed, Pulvensed and Brown Sugars,
Allspice, Teas and Ginger, ,
Adamantine aud Tallow Candles, '
Cheese and Crackers.
Tobaoco, Snuff and Segars,
Powder, shot and Lead,
Shoe Thread, Tacks and Blacking,
Sole and Upper Leather,
Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware, ""
Nails from No, 3. to No. SJO,
Candies, LcmonB and Apples,
Salt, Bacon, Meal and Flour,
Together with a great many Fancy articles loo te
dious to mention.
All kinds of Goods, Wares and Produce taken on
sale at a moderate per cent. Consignments or for
warding will receive strict attention, and every exer
tion to please all who may favor us with their patron
age. : J.J. RVNLS & CO.
Raleigh, Oct. 9, 1849. 49 4w.
rpAKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALMER, who
-- has recently received all the improvements from
the North. He now works with the celebrated
quick preparation - ...
which is decidedly an improvement in the Art.
His Gallery is in Palmer & Ramsay a Jewellery
JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh, June 30. ' ' 30 tf
(Late of Halifax, N. C,) Commission Mexchant,
Petersburg Va. ,
OFFERS his services to the farmers and others of
Edgecombe, iu the sale of their Cottou aud 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 for the county; aud pay over
whatever funds may be in his hauds for the sale of
Produce. ' i' Sep. 14, 1849.
TUJVBE PASTE. A superior article of Jujube
as raite, J ast received, nd for sale by - 7
TbU , , , , P. F. PESCUD.
. ' Patent Medicines.
A full supply of all the most ponular Remedies.
kept constantly on hand, and told at Manufacturer
prices at rssouD Daua Btori. . -,i (Sept. Ktt.
Connel's Pain Extractor
; THERE Is' nothing better than ConnelV Pain
Extractor for healina and removinn- rain from
Burns, Scalds, Frost Bitten Toes, and Chilblain.
A supply on hand, and for sale by
Oct. 6. "1 - . . P. r. rESCUD. "
- Rice and Molasses,! , . ;
TUST RECEIVED, and for sale, a nrw supply
" 01 prune. JAilL.a SI. lUttl.M.
Jure 31, 1849. a'J
State of 2Cortl) Carolina. -
; IN EQUITY. , '
Ashley Saunders Executor of Elizabeth Jonet,
Edwin Boykin and his wife Elizabeth J., William
E. Edwards and his wife Amanda SI., Nathaniel '
Blackwood, and his wife Mary E., complainants.
Nathaniel G. Jones Adm'r of Hardy Jones, and
David T. Jones, Defendants.
In this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of
the court that the Defendant David T. Jones is not
a resident of the State of North Carolina. It is
therffor ordered, that publication be made for six
weeks in the Raleigh Times, (a weekly Newspa
per published in the City of Raleigh,) notifying
the said David T. Jones, to appear at the next
term of this Court, at the Court House in Smith
field on the4th Monday in March 1850, and plead,
answer or demur lo the Plaintiff' bill of compUint
or the matters charged therein, will be taken
confused and hea rd ex parte is to him.
Witness, Wm. If. Morning, Clerk of our said
Court at ollice in Siiiithlield, the 4th Monday in
WM. II. MORNING, C. & M. E.
State of ftovtl) Carolina
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Session,
1849. ' -
Moses King, adm'r,
of Richard King,
Petition to make Real Es
HnrtWetl Jones & wife
Ehzcbelh, and others,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the Defendants, Hartwell Jones and his wife Klun
beth. nre not inhabitants of this State, but reside in the
State of Alabama : It is therefore ordered, by the
Court, that advertisement lie made in the Raleigh
Times, a Newspaper, pnlihihed in the City of Raleigh,
for six weeks, successively, notifying the said Defen
dants, Hartwell Jones and his wife Elizabeth, to be
and apear at the next term of our I ourt of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be h 'Id for the County of Wakn
at the Court House in the City of Raleigh on the 3rd
Monday of February next, and then and there answer
to or demur to said Petition, otherwise judgment pro
coufesso will be entered aud the prayer of the I'eti
Witness, James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said
Court at office the 3rd Monday of Nov. 1849.
JAMES T. MARRIOTT, Clerk.
State of JTortl) Carolina
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Term,
W. &, A. Stith. ) Original attachment, Levied on
vi Mouse & Lot in th City of
C. C. elsou, ) Raleigh,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
C. C. Nelson, the Defendant ill this case, has re
moved from this Slate: It is therefore ordered by the
Court, that advertisement be made in the Raleigh
Times, a Newspaper published in tho City of Raleigh,
for six weeks, notifying the Defendant, C. C. Nelson,
telle1 and appear at the next term of our Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held tor the County
of Wake, at the Court House in the City of Raleigh,
on the third Monday of February next, and then and
there replevy and plead, otherwise judgment by de
fault final will be granted against him and the prop
erty levied on condemned to satisfy the plaintiff's debt.
Witness, James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said
Court, at office in Raleigh the 3rd Mondoy in Novem
ber, A. D. 1S49. JAMES T. MARRIOTT, Cl'k.
, 7 ow . '
C I a si c a I Institute,
HILLSBOROUGH STREET, ;
RALEIGH, SI. C.
Rev. B.T. Blake, Principal.
Mr. WrLLiAM C. Doub, A. M. ) .... ,.
Mr.. Lucy M. Petkrsillu, A,,,"'Unll,
Mr. KablVV. I'ktersilla, Prof, of Music.
Miss MARfHA E. Doub, Principal of Prop. Dep,
The first Session fur 1850, will begin on Monday
the 7lh January. '
' : TERMS.,
Board and Tuition for Session of & Months, $70
Music on the Piano, or Die Guitar, 20
Drawing and Painting in Water Colors, 10
Painting in Oil Colors, ,15
Tuition in Preparatory School, 15
Thirty Young Ladies can be accommodated with
board in the Institute.
The design of the Institute ia to furnish tea
limited number of Students the meana of a thor
ough course ol instructions in the Classics. Being
a private enterprise and having nothing to sustain
it but its own merits, care has been taken toso
cure the assistance of Professors and Teachers
who are of knowledged'abiiiiies and long expert
ence in their several departments.
for further particulars, address tiie Principal.
Raleigh, Nov. 26th, 1849. 62
SOUTHERN Tlt YARDS AD MRSE-
Twenty years experience enables the suhseriber to
offer to patrons Fruit Trees arid Grape Vines, and
other articles in his line, Weil attested by trial t bs
peculiarly fitted for Southern climes, and therefore
not liable to eventually disappoiut expectation, as of-
ten do the products from Northern and Westers es
tablishments.' i 1 rees and Jf mca from 10 to 50 eeats
each, according tt kinds, age, aud sixe in tho nurse
ry. Grape syrups, (juice reduced and no fermenta
tion) ana wines from 1 dollar to C tier cation, accor
ding to quality, and cost and trouble in making.
orders wun caaii, or equivalent, and letters of inqui
ry, post id, promptly attended to, by the Agricul
tural pontic's humble servuut, -'
: SIDNEY WELLER.
1 BaiMKLtTTiLUC, Halifax co. N. C. Jan. 3, lbjl).
,The Latest Fashions Just at Hand.
OL. BURCH has returned from the North with
every thing uecessary for munufacturing the most
fashionable Boots and Shoes that enn be inude. He
has brought the hest Paris as well a Pliiladelphia
Calf 6kins, end new fee'g leonfuleiit that he oait ;t
only make as fashionable but as darable Boots aud
Shoes as any man iu the U. States. Call aud oxuiu
hie for yonrMvcs. " ' 1 " ' '
V Koveiuber 23 ; t : "' InW. 1;
rtnt':: ' 1 '-
:.:.-k-s FOR KENT - - -
fpWOIfrge Rooms, suitable forOfDces'orle.
ing Rnuns, over my .Store. Possession riven
1st ol January. P. F Prsrnni
Lk.f.,4,iltft 1 1 to in vwi