.'published weekly by ch.c. raboteau,
. t ; , .. I, .-, a . v EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR.
TERMS: $2 50 PER ANNUM IN :. 'ADVANCE, CR
3 OQ IF P1FKBHT IS DELAYED SIX !W0,Tli.
RALEIGH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1850
8 St I
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f Nortf ,
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- !; TERMS. ;
Tut Biman'TiHi will be sent to Punsc.ribcrs
it Tw Dollar itl a half p annum, if paid in ad
vance.. Three Dollar will bo charged, if payment
be delayed six mouth. . These Toons will be iiivuria
My adhered U. ''
Tor every Sixteen lines, or less, One Dollar for the
first, end 'Pwenty-five Cents for each subsequent in
sertion; Court Ordcis, &o. will bo charged, 35 per
e?sL higher; but a reasonable deduction will be made
to those who advertise by the year.
ITT Letters on business, and all Communications
er intended for publication, must bo addressed to the
rT-l Editor, and post paul. ,
NEW Ali IIANCEM ENT.
THE Subscriber most respectfully in'orms his
customers and the Pub'ic generally, that for
the purpose of reducing his present stock, (which
consists t( nianv desirable gnodF,)tiinnke room fur
a new fall supply, he will sell at reduced prices lor
He has also obtained tlie services of Mr. Kobert
Peach, lute of New .rk, aaa cutler, He- has
spent about seven years in France, where he filled
the samd k!iition in the most respectable houses,
and eomoe highly recommended" as to his abilities
in his profession as well a? to moral character.
Uall and give mm inai. i ne nana nwi n-iumo
his grateful acknowledgments for the liberal pat
ronage heretofore received.
J. 4. UIUUO,
July 18th, 1819.
STARCILA good article. For sale by
Sept. 7. J. LITCHFORD.
PRIME JAVA COFFEE of pond quality, just
received and for sale by J. LITCHFORD.
Sept. 7. 4lMf
21 Chance to make illoncji.
A CHOICE lot of Superfine French and English
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vesting, is now being
signed at BIGGSS WELL KNOWN CLOTH
ING WAREHOUSE on Fayctteville Street, where
his friends and the ooiimiunity generally are particu
larly Invited to call.
j There is a great variety ef new styles this season,
which, with a general supply of Goods m the Fur
nishing Department, may lie found on the must oc
Commsdating terms at the above placo.
The Proprietor, or his Foreman, Mr. Peach, may
at all times be found at home.
IUuiy Made. CUhiug just arrived. .
Raleigh, Oct. 19, .;'.- , 4G-6t
L Attorney for Prosecuting Claims at
"ask! " ' ' lty f Washington.
giv fpHE Subscriber undertakes the collection, settle-
. JL rnent and idjustnient of all manner of cluinis, ac
counts or demands agaiast tlie Government oi tlie u-
ntlorf Rlnti. nrlnv I'oreurn &tate or i.OUlltrV i DC-
fore Commissioners, before Congroee, or before auy 6f
the Publie Departments Bl wastnngton.
, The procuring of Patents, Army and Navy Pen
sions, the collection of accounts against tl e Govern
ment, all Land Claims, and every demand or other
mines of whatever kind, requiring the prompt and
Hiaolaiil aanrines of nil AllorueV OT Aceut.
A r.i,H..nr. of fourteen vears at the Seat of the
Federal Government, with a Ihorouirh and familiar
aoquaintance with the Various systems and routine of
usiueas at the aittorom ahiiocs, won m v-
xMil lo his free aocess to the ablest legal ad
visers, if needed, justifies the uudersigned in pledging
the fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch to
thnaa who irnv entrust thoirbusiueas to his eare. Be
ing well known to the greater part of the citizens of
this District, and lo many gentlemen who have been
nemhers f Congress in the last twelve years, it is
deetned useless to cxteud tins notice oy speciui ruer
no ramniiimniuioni mast be vrepuid ill ail cases.
Charges or fees will be regulated by the uature aud
extent of the business, But moneraio man ensen.
, . Address, f II. C. SPALDING,
" Oct. 19 46eoGt . i , . Washingtou, 1). C
' ".' Oil of Tannin.
Priaerve vour Boots. .SIkks, Harness aud Carriage.
Curtains, by using Oil of Tauuin ; a supply of which
im la hfinrf Bllfl for Sale at
Oct 13. P. F. PESCUD'S Drug Store
c FAMILY ROE UERR1XGS.
,K. BARRELS and half barrels for sale ty
023 . SEAWELL Sl MEAD
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849.; , , 'J
A LARGE assortment of Window Ctaat, ef all
rjLaiiea, by the kox, far sale by
Raleigh, Feb, 23, 1849.,
;:. JAMEf? M. TOWLES
IS just now receiving and opening a very cxten.
ive Assortment of
' ' : SEASONABLE GOODS, V
wkich he offers on the most reasonable terms for
' Cah,' o to punctual customers. His friend are
respectfully invited to call and aee for themselves,
., ,,tUleigh,Oct.26. 46-cu
, WASHINGTON HOTEL,
RALEI4II, N, C
'. . As Temperance Rouse.
THE Subs-rVr informs bis friends and tlss public,
generally, that the above Eslub'ihmnt ha late,
ly undergone eilenjivo repaint, and is now in com.
Blete ordr for the reception of the Travelling Pulaic,
a well a Boarder. His rooms are comfortably and
Best'y fnrnished; the Table hall always be provided
with th. be that can b preened j the Servant, are
(he best ia the City for car and attention to the calls
f the guests: ami no pains shull be wonting on hi
part to give satisfaction. 'The term shall be us mod
erate a the timet will ffurd ; and til attention of
traveller, uud oilier,' is invited te tho advantages of
thi establishment, being pleasantly locuted, near the
eentre of the City, This being the uly Temperance
Houaa ia Raltigh, it ha a psoubsr reoonimendtion
to all those who ar fond ef encouraging and practis
ing the Tewprn pnncipl.
r. W. KINO.
I' ' ' li it
State of North. Carolina. '"
: ... JOHNSTON COUTY, Y
Ashley Saunders Executor of Elizabeth Jones,
Edwin Roy kit) anil his wife Elizabeth J., William
B. Edward and his wife Amanda 31., Nathaniel
Blackwood, and his wife Mary K., complainants.
Nathaniel O. Jones Adm'r of Hardy Jones, and
David T. Jones, Defendant.
In this rase, it appearing tn the satisfaction of
the court that the Defendant David T. Jones if not
a resident of the Slate of North Carolina. It is
theivl'urb ordered, that publication be made for six
weeks in the Raleigh Times, (a weekly Newepa
tw published in ihe City of Raleigh,) notifying
the said Dnvid T. Jones, to appear at the next
term of this Court, at the Court House in Smith
field on the 4th MondijjMn March 1850, and plead,
answer or demur loihe iMalTrtiff'sbill of complaint
or tlie matters charged therein, will be taken as
confessed and heard ex parte as to him.
Witness, Win. H. Morning, Clerk of our said
Court at oilice in Sniithfield, the 4tli Monday in
WM. II. MORNING, C. & M. E.
State of North, Carolina
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov. Session,
: 1849. ;
Moses King, adm'r,
of Richard King,
Hartwell Jones Jr. wife
Petition to make Rsal Es
tate asset, i
Elizabeth, and others, J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the Defendants, Hartwell Jones and his wife Eliza
beth, are not inhabitants of this State, but reaide in the
Stato of Alabama : It is therefore ordered, by the
Court, that advertisement be made in the Raleigh
Times, a Newspaper, published in the City of Raleigh,
for six weeks, successively, notifying the said Defen
dants, Hartwell Jones and his wile Elizabeth, to be
and appear at the next term of our I ourt of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be h -Id for the County of Wake
at the Court House in the City of Kaleigh on the 3rd
Monday of February next, and then and there answer;
to or demur to said Petition, otherwise judgmeut pro
roufesso will be entered aud the prayer of Uie reti
n itness, James T. Marriott, Clerk of our said
Court at offlee the 3rd Monday of Nov. 1849. '
JAMES T. JIAUUIO IT, Clerk.
State of Nortl) Carolina
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov Term,
W. A. Stith, 1 Original
vs House i
C. C. r-clson, ) Raltigh.
atlachment, levied on
& Lot in the City of
T appearing te the satisfaction of the Court, that
C. C. Nelson, the Defendant in this case, has re
moved from this State: It is therefore ordered by the
Court, that advertisement be made In the Raleigh
Tunes, a JIiwrraper published in theCity of Raleigh,
for six weeks, notifying the Defendant, C. C Nelsou,
to be and appear at the next term of our Court of
fleas aud Quarter Sessions, to be held for the County
of Wake, at the Court House hi 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 plaintifFsdebt.
Witness, James 1. Marriott, Clerk of our said
Court, at office in Raleigh the 3rd Monday in Novem
ber, A. u. 1849. JAMES T. MARRIOTT, CITt.
C last c a I Ins t i tu te t
- HILLSBOROUGH STREET,
1 RALEIGH, N. C.
Rev. B. T. Blake, Trincipal.'' ' 1 ;
Mr. William C. Doi.-b, A. H. ) . . , ,
Mrs. Loct M. Petersillia, ( Assistanta.
' Mr. ICarl W. Petermlm, Prof, of Music
Miss Martha E, Doub, Principal of Prep. Dep.
The first Session for 1860, will begin on Monday
tlie 7ili January. ; . . . . .
BoarJ and Tuition for Session of fi.Montlit, 870
Music on the Piano, or the Guitar, ' 20
Drawine ami Paintiiiir in Water Colors, II)
Painting in Oil Colors, , . IS
French, . , . " , ' , 10
Tuition in Preparatory School, : 15
Thirty Young Ladies can be accommodated with
board in the Institute. , ' - '
The design of the Institute is to furnish la a
limited nmiiber of Students the means of a thor
ough course ol instructions in the Classics, ficinn
a private enterprise and having nothing to sustain
it but it own menta, car has been taken to so
cure the assistance of Professor and Teachers
wlio are of knowledged abilities and long experv
ence In tlieir several departments. ' ;;
For further particulars, address the Principal.'
Raleigh, Nov, 26th, 1849. . ! ,, : -, 62-.;
Twenty years experience enables the subscriber to
olff r to patrons Fruit Trees and Grape Vines, and
ether article in his line, well attested by trial lo be
peculiarly fitted for Southern climes, and therefore
not liable to eventually disappoint expectation, as of
ten do the products from Northern and Western es
tablishments. Trees aud Vines from 10 to 50 cent
each, according to kinds, age, and aize in the nurse
ry. Grape syrups, (juice reduced and no fermenta
tion) and wine from 1 dollar to 6 per gallon, accor
ding to quality, aud oot and trouble in making.
Order with cash, or equivalent, a ad letters of inqui
ry, post paid, promptly attended to, by the Agricul
tural public'' bumble servant,
, SIDNEY WELLER.
BuiKKLKTVtLLt, Halifax c. N. C. Jan. 2, 1850.
The Latest Fashion Just at Hand.
0L. BURCH ha returned from the North With
etury thing necessary for manufacturing the most
fashionable Boots aud Shoe that can be made. H
ha brought the best Paris as well ai Philadelphia
Calf Skin, and now feel confident that he can not
only mal t a Tashionable but as darahl Boots and
fcliiios a any man in the U. Status. Call and exam
ine for younwlve. . ... ,
Tlovembor 23 1849i ' " ' Sl.
rrVQ laroe Rooms, anilaWe for Office or Wg.
& lug K.:am, over my store, fneaeaslon given
1st of January. ' t f; r. f KSCUU
December 14, 1814.
' " The North 'Carolina.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
RALEIGH, N. C.
THE above Company has been in operation since
the 1st of April last, under the direction of tlie
following Officers, viz:
Dr. Cius. E. Johnson, President,
William D. Havwooh, Vice President,
Jajiks F. Josiiah, Secretary,
i William II. Jonks, Treasurer,
Pkkiun ltusaEK, Attorney,
llr. HUB C. JOUKSO.N, I ,,,., - . ,
Wm. U. McKik,
Hicii'u. 11. Haywood,
J. IIkhsmas, Geueral Agent.
This Company bus received a charter giving ad
vantages In the insured over any other Company.
The Slh Section gives the. Ilusbunu the privilege to
insure his own life fo: the sole u? of his Wife and
Children, free from any claims of tlie representatives
of the husband or uny of his creditors. :
Organized on purely mutual principle;, the life
memlH'rs participate in the ?eioe of the profits,wliich
art declared annually. Resides, the applicant lor life,
when the annual premium is over $3U, may pay one
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance against the Company will
be paid within ninety days after proof of the death of
the parly is furnished.
Slaves are insured for one or for fivo years, at rates
which will enable all Slaveholders to secure this class
of property against the uncertainty of life.
Sltive insurance presents a new und inter sting fea
ture in the history of North Carolina, which wil!
prove very important to the Southern States.
The. lust four mouth's operation of this Company
sVow a very large amount of business more than tho
Directors expected to do the first year haviugalready
issued more than Policies.
AGENTS FOR THE COW ANY..
J. Ilersinan, George T. Cooke, Wesley Whita
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singeltary, R. 1 Waring,
Travelling Agents for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent for South Carolina.
All Communications on business of the Company
should be addressed to
JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec'v.
, Raleigh, August 29, 1819. 43
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Tr f hoon iVn Ctn
1CW VlllM) Vyclisll R310113
THE UNDERSIGNED most respectfully invite
the attention of the citizens of Raleigh and the
surrounding country, to their assort nent of Goods,
which are ull 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
nreCasli, we feel assured of doing a business of that
kind that we will be able to olFer great bargains tj
those in want of Goods lu our line. Auuexed is a part
of the Cuods ill store :
Bleached Sheeting and Shirting, 3 undSnrs. wide.
Unbleached do do do do
Jaconet, Book and figured Muslins,
Plain sud fancy Htriued Alparcai,
Cashmeres and Mousliu de La nes,
Scotch Gingham and Apron Check,
Woolen Liuseysaud Cotton Flannels,
While ami colored Cambrics, :
Liidie' and Gentlemen's Ilesc aud half Hose,
Calico and Furniture Prints,
, Kentucky Jeans, plain and striped,
. Cassimere and Wool Tweeds, .
Canvas' ' and padding. '
lieillii king and Cntluti Jeans,
Irish lauen and llireaa,
Best Italian sewing Silk,
Silk and Cotton lluiidkerc.hcifs.
Fancy Scarls and Cravats,
Cout, Vest, Shirt aud Suspender buttons,
PiiiH, Needles, Hoolis nud Eyes, :
Laces and all kinds of trimming Goods,
Wool Blankets, large sizes, : : ' '
Wool and Worsted Shawls aud Comfort, 1
Silk and Fur Hats and Cnps,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Stiue.
Ri (nd Lognira Coffees,
laf, Crashed. Pulverised and Brown Sugars,
Allspice, Tea and Ginger, . .
Adamantine and Tallow Candle,
C eese and Crackers.
Tobacco, Snuff and Scgnhy
Powder, shot and Lead, : (-, i .
Shoe Thread, Tack aud Blacking,',..
Solo and Upper Leather,
Crockery, Glass and Slon Ware, r ,
Nails from No. 3. lo No, 20, 1 '
Candies, Lemons und Apples,
Salt, Bacon, Meal and Flour,
Together with a great many Fancy articles too te
dious te mention. . .
All kinds of Goods, Wares and Produce taken on
sale at a moderate per c-ut. Consignments or fur
warding will receive strict attention, aud every exer
tion to please all who may ffvor us with their patron
age ; , J.J. KYNLS . CO, i
Raleigh, Oct. !, 1849. ' ' 40 4w. '
(Late of Halifax, N. C J Commission Mkschant,
'"' l'ETERmtlRO Va.' '1 '
OFFERS his service ia the farmer and others of
Edgecombe, ill the sale of their Cotton aud other Pro-
"'In view of th present diffienlty, of mailing remit
tances to the viciuily of Tarhnro', he will attend reg
ularly all the courts held for the county; and pay over
whatever funds may be ill hi bauds for Ihe sale of
Produce. '!. Sep. 14, 1819.
State of North Carolina,
'-':'. WAKE COUNTY.
Petition far the Silt of Real Estate.
.:.. In Enotrr Fall Term, 1849
Wesley F. S. A'stou aud William Hester and wife
Nancy 1 ,
f ' .'"' M.
Mary J. Kennoa, James Thomas, and Grizzy hi
wife, and Mary Moore, Martha Maore, tirorge
Moors, Naui. I Moore, Lemuel Moore, Matbew r
: Afoire and SH ck Moore. .
IN thi case, it appearing to the atisfactHi of the
Court, that the Defendant are non-resident of
this State, it is Ordered, that advsrtiaeuient iiade
for six successive weeks in the Raleigh. Times, for
them to appear at the next Term f our Court of
Equity to be held for' th County f Waka, at th
Court House in Ralvigh, an tlie First Monday after
Ihe Fourth Monduy of Msreh next, then and there
to plead, answer or demur to th Plaintiff' Peti
tion; or tho mow will, bt taken far enfetui by
them and h board eut.partt, -(
Witness, Perritk liunbee, Clerk and Master of
aaid 'ourt, at Office in Raleigh, Jan'y 12, 1851.;
' PERRIN BUSBEE.C. M. E.
, January 18, I860, ft, .4:; 7-Jw
1 : 1
;,i .,; Connel'a Paia Extractor, n j
THERE ia nothing better than ConncPi Pain
Extractor lor healing and removing pain from
n nil E,- - .1 .Til., !
j liurna, ocaius, rrosi unuu aocs, ana vuuuiaiqn.
i A aupply on hand, and for sale by
j Oct; & P. P. PESCUD.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
prime lot. Call at .
Raleigh, March 2.
THE large mid very convenient Dwelling House
and Iit,formerly belonging to the ertate of Mrs.
Prescilla Shaw, dee'd., and now occupied by Muj.
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOWLES.
June 31,1819. 29
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY !
Undersigned would most respectfully In
form the public, that he has again resumed the
Being obliged to stop the business for awhile, on
nccolint of bad health, but having recovered some
what, better health I now ask the citizens ol ifc
vicinity, and the public, generally, to give n.e .
call. I 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 of the grave-vard.
Raleigh. Sept. 13. '49. 424 w.
Spires and Salad Oil.
THE Sulweribcr has on hand a large supply of all
the most approved Spicm, Deans and Essences for
flavoring Pickles and Preserves. Also a supply of ve
ry Bupormr iSalad Oil and English Mustard. Cull
and geta supply at my Establishment.
Syt. 28. P. F. l'ESCt'D.
TO THE TRADE.
ft L. BURCHwill inform the 'Trade that he con-
V7stantly keeps on hand a large assortment of Tools,
Lasls, Boot and Shoe Thread, Calf, Goat, aud Lin
ing Skins, and every thing to furnish a shop eut and
November 23 1849. 51.
TIMES PRINTING OFFICE?
OUR PATRONS are informed that the Printiug
Office has been removed to the West sids of Fay
OPPOSITE THE CITY HALL,
in the Rooms over the Store of James Litchford, next
door above Mrs. Hardie's Coufectionary Store, where
we shall he happy to ve our subscribers and friends.
. We are prepared to execute all kinds of
I upon the usual terms, in a neat and handsome man-
i ner, aud solicit a portion of public patronage iu t bis
; line of business.
j Snbseription to the Paper ntf '$2 50 per annum''
in advance, or $3 00 if uat paid before the expiral oil
, of six months. '
i IP" THE TIMES will always be furnished fixt
i months for On Dollur, in advance. But Fiibscrip-
tiuus will bo thankfully receivedon either plan;,
j UJ Those indebted to the Office ar requested to
remit their respective dues at our risk ; when a re-
cept will lie forwarded in uieiruoxt paper, a
Ualeijjh, Feb. 23,1849. ...j : , ,
SPIRIT OF THE AGE.
This is the title of a Weekly Newspaper, pub
fished in Raleigh, by ALEX. M. GORMAN, de
voted to Temperance and General Information on
the following low terms, viz
: To single Subscribers, $1 50 per year. .
t'lubs of 5,anJ upwards, 1 each " "
Att. at Law, Oxford, N. C,
"TTILL attend to claim entrusted to him in the
I counties, of Granville, Warrsii, Franklin, & Per-
. Jan. 4th 1850.
PASTILES for perfuming parlors
and Sick Rooms, ou hand, and for sale at
' Seo. PbVrrP'S Dreg Store.
" ' NORTH CAROLINA . .. . !
1 TEMPERANCE COMMUNICATOR. '
' rCBUSIIED, WEEKLY, W FA YETTEVILLE. .
,. This Paper, which has been in existence two
rears and a half, continue to be published, and
hue been highly recommenced by the Press, gener
ally, and, recently, by the Baptist Cape Fear Asso
ciation, .,..' .., .j-;: :v .'..., , ,
Tkums. To single subscribers, $1 50 per year
,': '', i '!' "Cluha ..'5, an I up v;irp, leach
Address, post-paid, : WM. POTTER, ;
,-.! . : Fayetteville, N. C. -
If Our brethren of the I'm, throughout the
Slate, are reiecl fully requested to give the above
twa or three insertions. ,
New Boots and Shoes,
. OHrer L. Burch.
FavetlnilU St., 1 Door Mow tin Post Office.
' RALEIGH1V. f.
WOULD inform the public that he ha just reeeiv
1 T ed a large assortment of BO( ITS AND SHOES,
-onipritiiiir in part the following articles;
' ladles' Goat welt Buskins,
French do do. '
Kid welt Ties,
' Fine Kid Buskin,
: Fine Orcein La Victoria, (New Fashiont i
Goat do . d i ! i do
i French Kid do do
Chitdrsu' Black Morocco, -3o .
Do. Coloreii""oe'' " d
. I --"PFouz do d
1)8 Laced Boots, do
Boy' Calf Bot,
Do 'Kip do
Do Laced Mouroe', :
,1)0 Peg strapped do
' Children 'e do 1 ;
' 100 Ptirt Philadelphia mnie Gentlemen's Boots.
! Stiched and Pegged, different qnalitie, '
.' Women t Oneim Boats, Nw Style,)
Do. FlehOut, --w.
Negroes' Coan Shoe, Ac te. ' : t ;'
Ha nque all wanting Boot r Shoe t give him
a call, a ha known hi sssortmout to b th largest
in th City, and he flatttr himself that I can fur
nish a good bargains, if not better, than can b jot
any where else in the City, i
" ' Novetnber 23 1849, ' ' "' ',--;.. '.'.'. 51.
nil ; i0 printers and Others.
fill REAMS Pearl Foolscap',' unruled, end 10
X A Reams Rice Flat Foolscap expressly lm print
ing, a new article in thi maiket. Also, a fe rums
f superior ruled letter paper, tor al by
i ' P.F PE8HCB.
Raleigh, August 5, 1849. 38
P. F. PESCUI),
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER I
Pruga, Cljcmkata, & Dne Stuffs,
FAY ETTF.VII.I.E ST. RALE !G H, N. C.
Hair Curling Fluid,
Alexander's Tricobaphi, Jones's Hair Dye, and a
great variety of Hair Oils, Tuuioij, Philicomes and
Itulins, can be foun ' at
Oet. 13. PESCUD'S DRUG STORE.
A FRESH annnhr of lb,. rl..li,l R,.W. PL
IX cars, iost received, to which we invi e tho at.
tontion of our custmoers.
P. F. PEStTD.
Raleigh, August 5, 1849.
PLOUGHS AD PLOUGH CASTISGS!!
A COMPLETE assortment of Riohmond's cele
brated Self-Sharpening Ploughs aud Ci. Mint's:
also Two Horse Tloughs for tuiuing over slubbia
Land in the Fall.
JAMES M. TOWI.ES
Raleigh, August 3, 19-1!). 35
Ragsl Rags!! RagsIJJ
'THE Suliscriber will give the highest cash pri
ces fur anv quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Paper Mill. Immediate application are requested,
JAMES D. ROYSTER.
Raleigh, July 2, 1849. 31 5t
- '.:'. L AH" NOTICE', ' :' ;
CC. BATTLE having returned to this City, will
. resume the Practice of the Law, 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
tice, according to prescribed forms.
Raleigh, August 7. 38 lm.
Fresh Supplies. .
CONSTANTLY arriving at Pescud'a Drug Store.
100 Kegs pure White Lead,
100 do No. 1, do do
200 Gal'ons Linseed Oil,
100 lbs. Refined Borax,
50 Ounces Quiuine, , .
12 Dozeu 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 and Brushes,
and many other desirnble articles are just received
and expected to arrive this week, and for sale hv
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 4fi-y
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUSE.
DICKINSON &, LESTER,
Bollinghrook St. Petersbnrg, Va
WILL give attention to the sale of all kinds of
Produce and forwarding deeds. Refer to
Hon. A. VV Venahle.'Granvillc, and V. Whit-
aker, Jr. Esq. Raleigh. ' ' ' ,
Joint Dickixsov, - ;; R, F. Lester,
' Jjite of Danville.
Petersburg, Va. March, 1 848. ;
Chew ing Tobacco and Segars.
OF good quality, for sale bv
Dec. 15. JAMES LITCHFORD.
JUST RECEIVED j
Blue and Black; very fine
O: L. BURCH.
Nor. 27, 1849.
QIX dozen, "fresh aud prime," juat at hand, and for
lOsaleat . PJ I UD S. ,
Raleigh, August 5, 1849. "..', 36
; V Ready Made Clothing, j
AFR ESH supply of READY MADE CLOTH.
ING just received, and will be sold cheap for
Cash. Also lot of over size Silk Shirts, Dress
Shirts, Lambs' Wool and Merino tinder Shirt and
Drawers ; which will be told on reasonable term.
J. J. BIGGS.
Raleigh, Dec. 10. 2-4w
PROSPECTUS OF . f
THE GRAMILLE WHIG.
A Weely Paper, tfe'oted to Polities, JVeie, Inter
nal Improvements and Southern Manufactures, j
, Edited by Geo; Wortham.
A PAPER bearing the above title will be Issued
in the Town of Oxford, N. C, on Wednesdav
the 11th of February next. -
While the Granville Whig will advocate the meas
ures of that Great Conservative Party, it will pursue
fair and candid course towards the Opposition, bes
towing censure on whatever is censurable, and ever
battling for truth, regardless of the source whence it
manatea, . ... f i... :-,v,' j.-.n !-i.-
A correct compendium of foreign and domestic
pews, drawn from a number of weli selected exchan
ges, will be given Wecklv in it columns, together
with statistic and general infoimation en the engros
sing subjects of Internal Imi-ovexennt aud South
A portion ef H columns will be devoted to religious
intelligence and matter ef general interest, and a
few choice literary selection will also be fonnd among
lu Don tents Ia short, it will be the object of it Ed
itor to mak it a good Whig Paper, combining amuse
ment withvaluable information.
The GaANViu.1 Wins will be published weekly
with clear tvpe, on good paper f medium tile, at the
exceedingly low rates or : ; , r i
$2 Ob per annum
Or (3 00 if not paid in six mouths from subscrip
tion. Address the Editor (port paid) Oxford, N. C.
State of North Carolina. ', .
William J. Ellison Adm'r. dv boc'a nan with the' will
, annexed of Stohe Lang and Adm'r. f E. A.
. Lang, dec. ;,, ; ; iir '. -
,. ... . ...,,' , ! - .
Joseph WaldoU Johnson, !?. , ,.
Ia Martin Sapsrior Court of Equity,-.T Spring
Term 1850. ir, S .(., , ! v-i-.v -i: -i
ATOTICE hereby gWen to th heir at' law and
1 next f kin, noa resident f the State of North
Carolina, ef Stephen Lang, to plead, answer er demur
to th allegation of complainant's hill of complaint tn
thi cause, or judgment pro eonl'esso will b token a
lo them and the same heaij accrdiajlv., ;m , '
Witness, C. B. Hassell, Clerk and Master f t
aid Court of Equity, at office, thi the 25tb day of
Jauuary A. tf. 1830. .. f , ,
' C.B. HASSELL, CM. E.
Feb. 1, 1850. Price Adv'r. 15 62J w
JANE A KAY. t Principals,
A II D A V
Miss E. V. Cuktis, Instructress on Piano.
Miks R. S. Faikall, Instructress on Guitar, and
in IJrawing and Painting 4tc.
The Fifteenth Session of these Srlr inirlfr
the present l'-incipals, will eoimrence on Thurs
day the 3rd nf January, 1850. Bird $10, per
Session. Tuition as heretolore. An 'additional
charge, not exceeding 60 cenls, will he made to
each pupil in the Mult. Department for Contingen
cies. No accounts are alluwed in the Village or
..i.. i.... ... . i... i : ..r.l n . . -
,,p """"" " rnrvm or
l'",rdln - ' "' "r'"''' ctf the Pnnc
pals; ami all extravagance in dress, or otherwise
is prompt ly ebf eked. We have spared no reason
! able p litis or expense in securing the lipst Assis
; taiits in (lie several Department ; and our object
! is to impirt life and energy to the School Exer
i cises, and to make thorough wotk of the business
i of Instruction.
I Dec. 12th 1849. S
A full upply of ull Ihe most popular Remedies,
kept constantly on hand, and su!d at Manufacturer's
price at Paacon't Dsuo groat. Sept. 28.
Rice and Molasses,
UST RECEIVED, and for sale, a new supply
or prime. JAMES M. TOWLES. '
Jure 21, 1849, 29
SPIRITS TURPENTIN E,
FRESH from the Still, kept constantly on hand,
and for sale by the Ga'lou or Barrel.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Augel 3, lc49. .
F a very superior quality, just received and for
Raleigh, Oct. 5.
rpAKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALMER, who
J- has recently received all tlie improvement from
Ilia North. He now works with the celebrated
which is decidedly an improvement in the Art.
His tiullery is in rainier fc llainsay a Jewellery
JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh. June 30. ' " ' 30 tf
Raleigh Paper Mill !
THE undersigned lakes thi method of informing
the Publisher of Newspapers and Periodicals in
North Carolina, and tVe Publie generally, that he ha
leused the Paper Mili, about 3 mile train Ruleigh,
procured the services of finished operatives, purchas
ed the necessary stock, aud is now prepared to make
aud furnish any amount of Paper to order. He ask
a trial only for his Paper, ss he is determined logiv
satisfaction in it, or cease its manufacture. , , , . ,
IMPERIAL, SUPER-ROY At, MEDIUM
Package and Wrapping Paper,
manufactured at the shortest notice and the most mod
erate prices. " ,
To " encourage Horn" Industry," is, nndcr all dr
cun staiices, commendable aud proper ; and it is wise,
when in doing so, we sacrifice nothing ourselves.
Address, JAMES D. ROYSTER.
, Raleigh, Aug. 34, 1849, , , (J :S9 lm.
Female Boarding School.
THE Seventh Session of my School will open en
Thursday, the 10h of Jannary next, under th
care of competent Teacher. Charge as heretofore,
viz: For Boa'd and Tuition, per Session of Five
Months, in all the Euglish Branches, ioclud n r Or
namental Needlewerk, Lights, &C - .. . $37 50
For French, per session, , . ;.;.: 6 00
For Music on Piano, . - 1850
Music ou Guitar will also be taught, at 10 00
This SchiM.I, situated 12 miles South of Oxford, ou
fie Raleigh Baud, ia a Preparatory Schorl to Greens-
boro' Female College ; and Parents wishing to give
their Children a good aud thorough Education, or
prepare them for C o'lege, cannot do so at any ether
School on better terms than is here offered.
No deduction made for absence, after entering
School, except in caM of (icknr. - '' .
i ' .. 1 -' KUVV'U BfliKUt.
Address, Breokville, GraavilU Cc K.C .w , . D
Jauuary 4th, 1S60. -i; im i:-5t .t
SITUATION H AMEO.1
A YOUNG MAN, of Franklin County, I denlron
fehtnining a Situation as Clerk. He I well
qualified for the Station, and would be fuilhful te kia
employer. - " .,... . .. . ,!-;, -
i or mformatioa apply o .. . --i .. ,,i
.... THE EDITOR. . s
Jan. 95, 1850. ,, , , ,. 8 3
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. .', , )' '
Ralndu, Nov. 5th, 1849, ' . , j'
TO enable me to answer certain enquiries ad
dressed to this Department, by tlie Secretary of
the Treasury of the United States, I shall b pleased
to receive from the owuer or Manager of all the
Cotton Factories in thi State, information ou th fol
lowing point: "4
1. The name of the Factory, and where Mtuatefl,
2. Amount of Capital invested.
8. Number ef bales ef Cotton consumed aumuly,
4. Numb r of Spindles, aud Mu'e aid Looms.
: ... r CHAS MANLY.
November 9th, U49 .. ; 4D ar
0. L. ECRCU,
TIKES this occasion ia announce to hit rViend
and the public generally, that he will crnitinns
tlie Boot and Shse business st the old stand of O.
L. Burch, & C and will exert himself to th almost,
a hi ntofora, t givs salUfaclwn. No nam nc at
tention will be spared t please and scoemiswdm tH
tho who may favor him with tbetf sustsau t. . i
Raleigh, Scnts-nber , 184a. ,, i, , - , ..... 4$
Sedgwick Femalo Seminary,
i ,.i :
" :!i,"RlLEICa, S.-C,:T,. '
THE aeTfiW ef this Iaditatisn, of wbwh th lata
Roe. J. i. Fiscu was Piaetnal, wiil mitiuun, as
heretofore, oiider th direction aud uptrvsifts d Mzp.
Fmcn, together with uch assisUnta citcuinnlun-
rsmsy require., , ,.,;,.,.,',. tH...i .,..,..,. ,. ,KJ
TERMS PER SESSlON-HPsysil. t Adnu.)
Bi.ard and English Tuition, . "1 0V
murne on none or uuitar, s ) on
Useef Inrlrnment,' ' ' r-Z
:!' Drawn- and Ptnt!! ' ' ' ' f
3 CO .
10 ) i
Ancient and Modem Laa-nagee'
. On too absso alrsrge a jnua' te (l-.lu'iow
be snd to thoaa ', iod.v Jiully, ej m r jit UiJi
pupa. ...... ' -