TMfi1 R A! fffil! TIMPQ
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C1T.C. II A DOTE AU,
EDITOR AX FliOPKIETOR.
TERMS : $2 50 PER ANNUM IN ADVA NT F, OR
s3 00 IF PJTMEST J DELAYED SII SOSTKS.
RALEIGH, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1850
fhn Rtr.iti.tii Tijiks will bo sent to Suliscrihers
1'wo Dollar mid a Imlf per annum, (1 pawl m un
ion. Throe D.illir will be charged, if payment
).-l.tvt-.l nix mouths. These Terms will bo invarin
A ' V i HTISE d nT.s.
jTor every Sixteen fines, or est, One Hollar Tor tlio
1, anil Twenty-five Cents lor each sulweipicnl m
lion. Court Ordcis, &.c.' will be charged 35 per
it. hhrlirr; lutt u reasonable deduction will be niadi-
those who advertise by the year.
XT L.tt.r o:i hnsinc, ant! a!! l..mm..r.aU?!
a.1tl for ;-fc.."'-.-'-JU, must bo uiiu:c.scd to tin.'
I tor, smd pot faid. -.. .
MTA Sulwerilier mwt rospectlnhy informs Ins
L customers and llie Public generally, that lor
e purpose (if reducing his i resent stock, (which
insists of iii inv dc.ir.ih!e goo,!.--.)lnniiike room lor
now fall supply, ho will sell at reduced prices for
He Ins aUo obtained ilie services of Mr. Hubert
ach. Into of New Y-rk, as a cutler. He lias
jcnl about soyon years in I-ranee, where he tilled
i same station in the must respeiiawe nouses,
id comes highly recoiiim?:' led a to his abilities
his profession as wi ll as to moral cliarai tcr.
all and give, hiina trial. .. Tne Subscriber returns
s grateful acknowledgments for the lilier.il pat
ua no heretofore received. '
. ' J. J. BIGGS.
July 18th, 18 Ifl. :
STARCII.--A good article. For Rale bv
Sept. 7. - J. LITCHFOKD.
PRIME JAVA COFFEE of pood quality, just
ceivod and for sale by J. LITUIFOIU),
Sept. 1. .- 4iMf
C I) .nice to make illonni.
VCUOIOK let of Siierfi!ie Freneb ami English
t'lulhs, Cansiincres. and Vestiuns. is now K'tic;
'.cned ut HlliCS'S WEI.I, KNOWN ('.OTIl
Sii W.RKI"SE on FavclteviUe'Street.wIrt ro
s friends and tin; coiumuuity generally arc purlieu,
irly invited to call.
There is a ifreat variety f new styles tills lesson,
hic'i, with a general supply of (Jaods in the Fur
isbini Deiiitrlnient, mV be found on !b. inoet ue-
ommdatiiig tenns at the above pine . J.'
The l'rop'ii t 'r, or Ins I iiivmau, Mr. t cacti, may
t all times be found at home.
''Ready Mmle Chilling j list (inked.
Raleigh, Oct. 111. 4G-fit
ttorney for Prosecuting Claims fit
i the City of Washington. ;
"PlIE Snhscrilu r undertnkes the colleelion, aetlle
ii. mcut and adjustment of all iimnner of claie s, ae
(aunts or demands against the Ooverument of the U
pited States, or any Foreitin Stale or Country : be
Dre Coniinisa ini rs, before ('onircss, or before any of
'he Pub'ic Departments at Washington.
f The prooiiriu'' of Patents, Army and Navy Teiir
rioiis, the colleelion of account against tl e Uovern-
nont, all Land l.lauiis, anil every Uemaufl or oilier
, wIih.sk nf wbatcver kind, wtuiriin the prounit and
luliecieiil services of an Attorney or Arent.
A resldeuce of fmirteen years at the beat of the
federal Coveriunent, with a thorough and familiar
OipitUlltailCe Willi llie varum fjaieiui. miy iimhuic u,
i.ffihiess at the dilli rent tHHees, os well as in Con
'.'ress; added to his free nceess to tlio ablest lefal ael
n'isers, if needed, justifies the undersigned in pledging
llie fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch to
Jliose who may entrust then business to his care. ie
Tnjir well known to the greater part of the citizens of
this District, and to iniiiiy gentlemen who have been
iiieinbers of Congress in the lust twelve years, it is
jdeemed useless In extend tins notice by special refer,
'conn. Communication must lie prepaid in all cuses.
"! Charge or fees will be rerruluted bv the nature uud
extent of the business, but moderate in all cases.
Address, II. 0. SPALDINt?,
J Oct. 19 llieoft I Washington, . C.
FAMILY ROE IIERRIXGS.
BARRELS and half barrel for ule by
Ilaleigh, Feb. 2.1, 18-19.
, A LARGE assortment of Window Glass, of all
"j XJLmze. by the box, for sale by '
SEA WELL 4. MEAD.
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 18-19.
SxtfA) oiib -fine ! ! ! -Just in Tunt ! ! !
JAMES M. TOWLES
"I i',Rt "w receiving and opening a very cxten
4 live Assortment of
M ' ' SEASONABLE GOU US,
H whicii ho ofR-r on tlio most reasonable terms for
M Cnli, or tn punctual customers. His friends are
boi respectfully invited to call and ee for themselves.
As a Temperance House.
THE Pubs rVr inform his friends and the public,
goiienillv, that the above Estub'ishment has lute-
IV undergone extensivo retioirs, " - '--
"i.i. ...i. ft., it,. r-,.limi of tho 1 ravelling fullic
jl a well a iioaraor. niiiMni...... - . , ,
" 1 aeat'v furnished ; the Table shall always be provided
, if: nM Mmfrl;itklV ft HO
.,i. it., keel ihi can he nrociirsd i the Mervunt are
tiiebest in the City for car and attention to the ealls
of the guest: and no pain ilmll wauling on t;
j nartto trive nt.Kfwtion. 'Ilio term hll tw as nwl
W erale M t,e till- will afford ; ami H' Ueiitioi of
traveller, anil other, l mvuru iy 1... ..,e.
tbi establishment, oeiog pieasumiy -'"'. - '"
e-otreoftheCilv. , This being the only Temperance
11 : D..ii.,h. ii hn. a neotillar retonmiendation
to all those who arn fond of eucouraginj and practis
ing tho Tenijieranco principle.
Raleigh, Juno 15, 1849.
Tle LaUst Fashions Just at Band.
, t. RI'H'UHia relnmei from lh rtortn wun
ih, in iiecessnrv for nuiiiuiuctnrinir tho nin-i
r. i.;,...,.!.!,, I .eila ond Mioes that can c.-nune. in
1.',.. hmmrht the Uet Paris a Well . Pliilade'pbi:
Culf Skins, and now fee's confident that ho em not
...1.. m fashioiiablf bill s daruW RouU and
8hor a. any man in the V-JSMet. . Cull aud exam
(lie for youmelv- v :
State of Nortl) Carolina.
Aslilov Saunders Kxet'iitir of Elizabeth Jnnes,
Edwin Uovkin and bis wife Elizabeth J., William
E. Edwards and bis wile Amanda M., Nathaniel
Blackwood, and his wife Mary E., complainants.
Nathaniel G. Jones Ailm'r of Ilnrily Jonep, and
David T. Junes, Defendalils.
In this rise, it appearing to the satisfaction of
Ihorniirt (hat the Defwidani David T. Jones is not
a resident of the J'lnle of North Carolina.. It is
ther..f,irh ordered, that publication be made for six
weeks in the RiiWeli Tillies, (a. weekly Newspa
per ptiblislicd in ihe Cily of Rulvigli,) tiotilyinj;
the said David T. Join s, to ppei:r a I the next
term of this Couit, at thof'ourt II.iiHe in Smith
!i d,d on the. Hit Monday in Marrli 1 S5f, and plead,
a nswer or demur to Ihe. I'lainliir's bill of complain!
or .the matters rliargrcd theriin, will betaken as
eoiifessed and lieard r.c fttrte as lo him.
Witness. Win. 11. Morning, Clerk of oor said
Court at office in Siuitblielil, the 4lli Monday in
WM. II. MORNING, C. & M E.
SOlTIiEia VL'EYARDS A.I) M'USE
Twenty years experience enables Ibo subscriber to
offer to pat'ons Fruit Trees and drape Vines, and
oilier articles m my hue, well utictcil v trial to lie
oee.iliarlv filled for Southern climes, i therefore 1
not Huh!.' in rvpiitiiitllv liixiuintMiit exiMTtatioii. an of-
leu do the products from Northern and Western es
tablishment. Trees and Vines from 0 to 50 cents
: each, aeordinix to kinds, 3, and size in the uurse-
ry. Grape, syrups, (juice reduced and no ferincnta
i tion) and wines from 1. dollar to li per gallon, uenor
! dinr; to ipialilv, and cost and trouble in mtikiie;.
wroers Willi can ,, or e,unue,:i, mm irin-ir w nnjiu-
ry, pest paid, proni.tly attended to, by the Agricul
tural public's humble servant,
ninxKi.Ervii.i.K, Halifax eo. N. C. Jan. 2, '1501
The North Carolina
ilIlTUAL LIFE IJiSlRAME tOMPASY,
. RALEIGH, X. C.
THE above Company bus been in operation since
' 1st of April lust, uuder the direction of the
following Officers, viz: :
Dr. Cuts. E. .louxfox, Presid-iit, '
William 1). H.wwoon, Vice President,
, . Jamks F, Joitn.tx, Secretary,
Wiij.iam II. Jonks, Treasurer,
PeasiN liuftiKK, Attorney,
Dr. Cuts E. Jomxsos,
Dr. Wm. II. McKke,
Dr. Ricu'n. B. IIavwooo,
J. Hkiisua.x, General Agent.
Tliis Company hag received a charter giving ad
vantage to the insured over any other Coinpuny.
The 5th Section Rive the Ilusbanu the privilege to
insure hi own life for the sole us? of hi Wife and
Children, ree from any claims of the representatives
of th " hnsbaud or any of his creditors.
Organized on purely mutual principles, tb life
member participate in the wiof of the profits, which
are declared annually. Resides, the applicant for life,
w hen the aiinu d premium is over $1)6, may pay one
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance- against the Compauv will
he paid within ninety days after proof of the deulh of
the party is furnished.
Slaves arc insured for one or for five year, at rate
which will enable all Slaveholders to secure Ui'ib class
of proerty ugainstthe uncertainty of life.
Slave insurance present a new and iutcrMrting fea
ture in the history ol North t aroltiia, which wid
prove very inijiortant to the southern Mates.
llie lust lour month operation ot tin lompany
i'.'ow a very large amount of business more than tho
Directors expecti d to do the first year huviiitrulrcudy
issued more thai! ihO Policies.
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
J. llersman, (ieorge T. Cooke, Weslov Whita-
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singeltary, R. P. Waring,
Travelling Agents for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent tor South Carolina. ;
All Communications on business of tho Company
should be addressed to
J AM ES F, JORDAN, Sec'v.
Raleigh, August 29, 1849. 43
State of North Carolina,
Petition for the SVe of Real Ettate.
In E0.111TV Full Totin, 184'J
Weslev F. S. A'stou and William Hester and wife
!. ' . I.
Mary J. Kennon, Jumfs Thoias, and Grizzy bis
wife, and Marv Moore, Martha Aloore, George
Moore, Notb.'l Moore, Lemuel Moore, Muthcw P
Jl.ure and Sti ck Mooro.
N this, case, it apeearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, that the Deli plants are non-residents of
Ibis v''-"ie. It S Ordered, that advsrtiseinent be made
for six successive weeks in tho Raleigh Times, for
them lo appear at the next Term of our Court of
Kiimtv to be held for the t-omitv of V atte, at the
Court House in Raleigh, mi the First Monday after
the Fourth Monday of March next, then and thero
to plead, answer or demur to the Plaintiff"' Peti
tion: or the same will lie taken for eonfestcd by
them am be heard ex-varte,
Witness, Ptrrin Ouslrte, Clerk and Master of
said Court, at Office m Raleigh, Jsn'v ia, is.w.
PEURIN BUSBEE, C. M. E.
January 18, 1550. 7-1 w
W'holesalc and Retail Druggist,
RALCICn, IV. c.
TT F.EP.i ennstnnllv on hand a largo Stock of Medi
.IV cine, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, and Dye Stuffs.
Also, a full supply of the most popular Patent Medi
cines, the following of which ho will sell per Gross or
I Wen at a small advance on the Manufacturer pri
ce, viz:' Wistur' Balsam of Wild Cherry, Gray'
Ointment. Braudrclb Pills, ind tlccKwith a Anil
Physician. Merchant, Farmers, at a distance, are
requested to send their order to him,, which lie will
rill promptly upon sucn terms as win give bhiuhw:.
tion, provided satisfactory reference or the cash is sent.
Kulelgli, reoruar) o, icov ; -.
SHAKEN perfect by JOHN C; PALMER, wlm
-- ha recenttyrectived all the improvement from
ihei North. Ho now works with tho celvbratcd
uick preparation v
. C E I.EBOT YPE ,
which i derided! v an imprnvenient in the Art.
His Gallery is in Palmer Si Railway a Jewellery
Store. ' '' "
. JOHN C. PALMER.
Raleigh, June 30. 30 tf
Frcsli Garden and Field Seeds.
rMlE Kubpcrilier lias just rer?ivc.I nd opened
his supnlynf Fresh Garibn ami Field Seeds.
The sloek is well selected, and are of the most ap
proved kinds. JVlow are enumerated some of the
princip.il kinds, viz :
. Ajar.ipun I-arsre White Giiint
' Beet Karly Red Turnii, Fnn Blood
French Surar, Manuel Werlzel .
Oabbtii;e Seed H:ir!y York, Siinar Loaf, Red
Dutch, r.arly and Lite Batlersea, Drumhead, Flal
De.lch, Lou?, Bert'en, Green Savory
Carrot f.nnjr, Orantre and Early Horn
Celery While Solid
Ceci mb r Long Green, Prickley and Early
rr Hue. .
I.ett.ice Prown Dnic'i. lee anil Royal Cabhaee
Onion White Silver Skin, yillotv Dutch airl
Oni, n liiiltons.
I'n.-!ey 1,-irge furled
Parsnip l.irge While Surar
- Raddwli Long Scarlet, Red Turnip and White
do. . .
SaUlfy I.nrpe White
Spinage Round Savory
Tomato Large Red
Turnip Early Flat; Ruta Baga, White Dutch
Red Top, and Aberdeen
Roans or Snaps Early Valentine, Mohawk,
Rofugne, Yellow G weeks, Large Lima, Iirge
1'ciis I'.xtra harlv, larje tall Marrnwhil. Dwarf
'"""wiai, uistiop a nonnc anu earty waning-
l" 1 "H
Grass Rliio, Ilords, white Clover and Lhcern
Sundries Tu3canra, Susiarand Smith's early
Corn . i
Sage Tliymft, Summer favnrv. Sweet Murgo j
rani. True, Cres?, Eo'l, Tomato Sl.a;cd and Cny j
emu- Pepper. : I
Scotch lek, Melon Peed, &c; a'i of which are i
warranted fresh and genuine
' Raleigh, Feb. 12, 1S50.
and lor s ile ley
P. F. l'ESCUD.
Watt & Tatterson's
Now Patent Etorli Sprlrp Truss. ;
FOR THE RADICAL CURE OF HERNIA".
ITS advantages are X ski-v-arii'sting pimxcii li-:,
prnducintr a niiiforni pressure, sccme retention,
and ease to the wearer. .
A aujiply just received and for side hv
Raleigh, F.-b. 5th. l?5n. .;
C11EVVINU AND SMOK1NO TOBACCO,
prime lot. Cull at
Raleigh, March 2.
TlIE large and very convenient Dwelling House
-t- and lit,fi)rmerly belonging tn the estate ol Mrs.
Prescilla Shaw, dee'd., and now occupied by Maj.
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOWLES.
June 21, 1? 10. 29
TO TEE TRADE.
01.. BURCH will inform tha-Trade tliat he eon
I autly keeps on huud a large ast-ertment of Tools,
Lusts, Boot uud Shoo Thread, Calf, (ioal, and Lin
ing Skins, and every thing to furnish a shop out and
November 23 1849. 51.
SPIRIT OF THE AGE.
This is the title of a Weekly Newspaper, pub
ished in Raleigh, by ALEX. M. GORMAN, de
voted to Temperance and Gencru.1 Information on
the following low terms, viz
To single Subscribers, $1 50 per year.
Clubs of 5, and upwards, 1 each " "
Att. at Laav, Oxford, N. C.
ILL attend to claims entrusted to him in the
comities, of Granville, Warren, Franklin, &. Per
son. Jan.4lh 1850. 5-Cm
PASTILES for perfuming parlors
aud Sick Knoins. on hand, and lor sale at
Sen. rFSCPP'S Drug Store.
PUBLISHED, WEEKLT, III FAYETTEVILLE.
This Paper, which has been in existence twe
years and a halt, continue to be published, and
has been highly rcconiineneed bv the Frees, goner-
aPy, and, recently, by the Baptist Cape Fear Asso
Tekms. To single jubscribcrs, $1 50 per year
-' Clubs ol a, an I n e.varps, 1 each
Address, post-paid, WM. POTTER,
Fayclleville, N. C
p Our brethren of the Press, throughout the
Slate, are respectfully requested to give the above
tw or three insertion.
IV cw Boots and Shoes.
Oliver L. Iturrh.
FtrjclUt'ilh S., 1 Door bchne the Post Ojjice.
ITrOULD inform Ihe public lhal he line just reeeiv-
U edaktreussoHmeutof IlUUiti ANDSUUUS,
eomprismg in part the following articles: .
Isulies' (Jout welt Buskins,
French do do.
Kid we't Tie,'
Fine Kid Buskins,
Fine Grcria La, Vietoria, (Xew Fashion)
Cost do do do
French Kid do do .
Children' Black Morocco, do
Do Colored do do
Do I! ronze do do
Do Laced Boot. do
Bov' Calf Bot,
l)o Kip do
Do Laced Monroe's, ,
Do Peg strapped do -
10 I Pn.rs Pltilndelpiit mnde Gentlemen' Biott.
rtiehed and reggea, different qnalttien,
IPrmir ii Gratia Bool$, (Htm 8tyle,)
Ncrroes' Coars- Shoe, Arc. &.C. .
II,' reqn"st all wanting Bisit of Shoe to give him
a call, a he now 11 is aauortmont 10 o llie largest
in the CitV. and ho Halters liinis. If that, he on 11 fur
nish a good hargu:ns, if not better, thuu cuu be got
any where else in llie i-ity,
O. L. BURCII.
November 23 161?.
A full supply of all the most popular Remedies,
kept constantly on hand, and sold at Manufacturer's
price at Pescuu'i Dua Stohk. Sept. 2d.
Eire and Molasses,
"I U.ST RECEIVED, and for sale, a new sitpr'T
of prime. JAMES M. TOWLES. '
Jure 21, 1849. 09
FRESH from the Sti'l, kept constantly on hand,
and for sale by the Ga'lon or Pjarrel.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Auget 3, 1649. .. ..
; ; JUST RECEIVED ;
Blue and Black; very fine
Nov. 27, 1849. ' 52 .
Raleigh Paper Mill!
THE undersigned takes this method of informing
the Publishers of Newspapers and Periodicals in
North Carolina, ami the Public generally, that. he has
leased the Paper Mill, about 3 miles from Raleigh,
procured the Services of finished operatives, purchas
ed the necessary stock, and is now prepared lo make
and !'iirui.--li any ,1111011111 of Paper o order. H asks
a trial only for his Pupir, as lie is .determined to give
satisfaction in it, or ceusc its niniiul'ucture.
IMPERIAL, SUPER-ROYAL, MEPIUM
i" ackapje aad Wrapping Paper,
niani'.r.ietiired at the shortest notice and the most mod
To Ceneonrngo Home Industry,'.' is, under all cir
cumstances, commendable and proper ; and it is wise,
when in doing so, we sacrifice iiothinir ourselves.
Address, JAMES D. P.OYSTHR.
Ralei-li, Aug. 24, 1P49, . 311 I m.
Female Hoarding School.
THE Seventh Session of my School will open on
Thursday, the Kith of January next, under the
care Of competent Teachers. Charges as heretofore,
viz: For lioiud and Tuition, per Session of Five
Months, in all the English Brunches, including Or
namental Needlework, Lights, tie. - 37 511
F ir French, per session, . - . . , . . 5 00
For Music en Piano, - . - - - 12 50
Music 011 (luitir will also be taught, at 10 00
This School, situated 12 miles South of Oxford, on
the Raleigh Itoad, is a Prcp iralory Sehu, to Creens
b'lro' Female College ; and Parents wishing to give
their Children a good uud thorough Education, or
prepare them for Co'lrge, cannot do so at any other
School on better terms than is here offered.
No deduction made for absence, after entering
School, except in cuse of sickness. '
Address, Brookvillr, Granville Co. N.C.
January 4th, 1K50. 5 It
A YOUNG MAN, of Franklin County, is desiron
of obtaining a Situation a Clerk. He is well
qualified for the Statiou, aud would bo faithful to hi
1-or inlormation apply to
Jan. 25, 1850. 8 3t
0. L. BIRCH,
TAKES this occasion to announce to his friends
and the public generally, that be will continue
the Boot and Shoe business at the old stand of O.
I,. Burch, St Co. and W'll exert himself to the utmost,
as h retofore, to give satisfaction. No pains nor at
tention will be spared to please and accommodate aH
those who may luvor him with their custom.
Rdeigh, SeptTibr !!7, 184S. 4
Sedgwick Female Seminary,
RAlEICII, X. c.
THE exercises of this Institution, of which the lat
Rev. J. J. Fmcn was Principal, will continue, as
heretofore, nuder the direction and supervision of M,.
1' inch, together with such assistant a circumstan
ces may require.
TERMS PER SESSION (PayahU in Advanet.)
B ard nd English Tuition, fJfiO 00
Music on Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Use of Instrument, 3 00
Drnwii g and Painting, 10 00
Ancient and Modem Language 10 00
On the ubove charges a reasonable deduction will
be made to thos who, individually, enter more than
tel.. 1 1S-50. 9 4t monthly
P. I1. PESCUD,
WHOLESALE A.D RETAIL DEALER Ifl
Dnigs, CljcmicaK $C Dbc Stuffs,
FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGII.N.C.
rLOK.IIS AD PLOUGH CASTIXGS!!
A COMPLETE assortment of Richmond's cele
brated Self-Sharpening Plough and Castings;
also Two Horse Ploughs lor turning over stubble
Laud in the Fall.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Angnst 3, 18-19. 35
Kagsl ItassII RagsllI ,
THE Subarrilier will give the highest cash pri
ces fir anv quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Paper Mill. Iin.nediate application are requested.
- mifj n Itriv-Ji'mj
Raleigh, July 2, 1-819. ; 31 5t
LAW K 0 1 I E ,
CI C. BATTLE having returned to this City, will
resume the Practice of the Law, in this and the
All husiues entrusted to him, will be promptly at
He is prepared to make out and procure all SOL
DIERS' CLAIMS, of ovary description, at short no
tice, according to prescribed form. . , -, . .
Raleigh, A ugust7. 38 lm.
CONSTANTLY arrivum at Pescud'i Drug Store.
100 Kegs pur White Lead, ' 1 1
, .Kill do.. No.1,, do , d... ., ,. .
: 9lK) Callous Linseed Oil, ...
100 nS. Refined Borax,
' - .''50 Ounces Qaiiiiuo, . " ' -.-' ' " -'
,12 Dozen Congres Water, .
3 Case Oomlwip ' Patent Chewing Tobacco,
1 do Old Peyton Gravelly' Tobacco,
12 do : Thnma's MdWiTobncoo. 1
A large supply of Varuishes, Colors and Biuhes
and mauy other desirable articles uro just receiveij
and exia-cted to arrive-this week, and for sale bv
P. F. PESCCD.
Ruicigh, Ot. 19. . 4C-y
iiperior quality juct reciypd and for
Kulfijfli, Oct. 5.
IjMNE CALF SKIN and Coarse Shoes of home
. Manufacture, for sale Cheap; Also Boots and
Shoes made to order, in a neat and sulistunlial stvle.
JAMES W. WALTON
. Feb. 1st 1S.-.0. . 8
QIX dozen, "fresh and prime," just at hand, and for
lOsalent PI 8 WS.
Rule gh, August 5, 1819.
Ready Made Clothing.
A FRESH supply of READY MADE CLOTH
ING just 'received, and will be sold cheap for
Cish. Also a lot of over size Silk Shirts, Dress
Shir's, Lamls' Wool and Merino tinder Shirts and
Drawers ; which will be, Bold on reasonable terms.
J. J. BIGGS.
Raleigh, Dec. 10. : 2-4w
THE (JRAM'ILLE WHIG.
A XVeely I'npet, derated to Pulitici, JVeirs, Inter
nal IiripriMinent-i and Southern Manufacturei.
Edited by Geo. Wortham.
A PAPER bearing the. above title will lie issued
in the Town of Oxford, N. C, oil Weducsday
the -11th of February next.
While the (iranviile Whig will advoente the meas
ures of that Great Conservative Party, it will pursue
a fair and candid course towards the Opposition, bes
towing censure on whatever is c-nsut utile, and ever
battling for truth, regardless of the source whence it
A correct compendium of foreign and domestic
news, drawn from a number of well selected exchan
ges,, will be givin wei kly in its columns, together
with statistics and general iiiioimutioti on the engros
sing snlij 'CtS Of IXTF.liNAI. I.Mi-OVHMKXXT Ulld SoUtll-
A portion of its columns wi'l lie devoted to religion
iutellieciicp and matters of genprul interest, and a
few cleave literary selections will id?o be found among
its cnuti nts In short, it will be the object of it Ed
itor to make it a good Whig lp?r, combining amuse
ment with valuable infonnut'on.
The tin.txTii.i.E Wuei will he published weekly
with clear type, on good paper of medium size, at the
exceedingly low rales of .
$- 0b per annum :
Or J.1 00 if not paid in six mouths from subscrip
Address the Editor (post paid) Oxford, N. C.
State pf North Carolina. r
William J. Ellison Adm'r. de bonis non with the will
annexed of St-1 lieu Lung aad Adm'r. of E. A.
Lang, dee'd. .
Joseph Waldo L. Johnson, et al.
In Martin Superior Court of Equity rTo Spring
1 inn 185J. . .
"jVTOTICE is hereby given to the heir at law and
11 next of kin, non residents of the Stute of North
Carolina, of Stephen Lang, to plead, answer or demur
to the allegations of complainant's bill of complaint in
this c.i u.to, or judgment pro coufesso will be taken aa
to them and tho same heurd accordingly.
Witness, C. B. Hassell, Clerk and Master 'of our
said Court of Equity, at office, this the 25th day of
January A. I). lbau.
C. B. HASSELL, C. M. E.
Feb. 1, 1850. Price Adv'r. 5 C2J 9 6w
REVOLUTION IN FKKIODICAL LIEERA-
' TL'KE. '-
Colden's Dollar fllaffziiic and Monthly
THIS POPULAR MAGAZINE, which was
started two years since as a new adventure in
publishing, with the object of affording to the reading
masses of the United States a work of the highest
class at the lowest price, has now entered upon the
third year of its existence, with a circulation which
insures its permanent continuance. The hrst num
ber of the fifth volume for January inow ready, and
the publisher r-'speetlniiy solicits tho attention and
patronage of nil who want a monthly L'terary Maga
zine, or w ho desire to encourage au undertaking which
has for an olij 'Ct the dissemination of cheerlul, healthy
aim instructive reading among the masses ol the en
tire people of the Union.
lioideu Magazine is illustrated every month with
a number of admirable wood engravings by tho best
artists, representing views of remarkable place and
portrait of remarkable persons, mojtly American.
The literary matter is furnished by ome of the
most able and aeenmn'ished writer in the Union : it
consists of Essays, liittori- tt s, Sketches of Charac
ter, roetrv, Biographies, Islnr, I ranslatioiir, Re
view of New Works, and a free comment on all the
enrrent topics of the month. Being intenled for the
tamily circle, the strictest care is exercised to exclude
every thing from the page nf tho Magazine of an
immoral tendency. 1 he work consists of t4 pngi
monthly, beautifully printed with new type on fine
whne paper. Terms to citv subscriber II per an
nuin, delivered. Bound vols, of the year it4!), in
cloth, gilt edge anu back, for sale at tl all each.
W. H DIETZ, Publisher,
109 Nassau St,
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUSE.
DICKINSON & LESTER,
BollingbrooU St. Petersburg, Va.
WILt, givr) attention to the aalo of all kinds of
Produce and Forwarding Good. Keler to
Hon. A. VV Vena tic, Granville, and W, Whit
alter, Jr. Esq. Raleigh.
John Dickdiswi,. R. P. Lester.
Late of Dam ilie.
; Petersburg, Va. March, 1848.
Chewing Tobacco and Segars.
OF pood, quality, for sale bv
f Dec. 16. JAMES LITCHFORD.
Herds Grass Scedf.
I GOOD Supply of Fresh Herd Gras eVed. jnst
il reoeived, and tor sle by. r. F. t'KStlP.
Feb, 6, 1850.
Cheap Groceries, Slc,
GOOD Sole nd ttrrpef Leather, ' ' '
Calf and Lining Skias, i :i ..,:
' Shoe Thread, B ackiag and Tcks,
Good Chewing id Smoking Tobacco, , ,
Ground Prprx r, and Ground Ging-w, ' ' , ,
Sugar, Coflbe, CHie"e and Lard, 'I
Tea, Copera and Pie Lines,
Flou', Meal, Fish and Vinegar, ,
Caudle, Simp, Snuft" and Caudy, j .
Powder, Shot and In:nd,
Tar by the barrel. &.. -Ste; For lude, hep for
Caaliat . JAMES W. WALTON'S,
' Opposite Clt) Hdl, FayetUvIlle. St.''
Feb. 8. 8-tf.
BY S. G. II A YES,
IIEXDEitSO.V, X. f .
HAVING taken the House recently fitted up in
ceutre of the village and near the Uupui, 1
rnu iu rcuoinmoauie travellers.
As I have given reference 011 my card, I will only
remark that strict attention shall lie paid to im sta
ble., and those leaving horses with me, (which sin !l
be kepi on reasonable terms,) need apprehend iioiiin r
us to their treatment or being used. 1 ulso keep the
stage office for the west. Meals always readv up 11
the arrival of the cars, and persona conveyed in haokh,
bu sies, or on horse back, to any of the surroundii
IWiu wishing packages forwarded by the tae,
by having tlion directed to my cure shall always be;
promptly attended to '
IV The D uvdle Stage will leave HAYES' KO
I EL inuiien ately alier liie arrival ol tlio i.ui,, uu
Mondays. Wednesdays, and Friday.
A Daily Four Horse Line will also run fr-in th'i
Hotel to the Sulphur and Shoceo Springs, during the
Feb. 22, leill. 1
gaITden SEEDS, ;
Comprising the most popular Varieties," warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
Just received, and for gale at the Drug Store of
WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, h Co.
Raleigh, Feb. 14, IS JO,
Artichoke, Green Glob
Beans, Earlv China, (DwarO
Do. White Kidney,
Do. Refugee or IUUII to 1 '
Do. Bed Speckled French, " '
Do. White Cranberry , (Running)
Do. Large White Lima
Beet, Early Blood Turuio
do. Long da .
do. Early Yellow Sugar
do. French do.
Cabbage, Early May
00. do. York
do. do. Battersea or Drum Head
do. do. Sugar Loaf
To. Large Late Drum Head (Winter)
10. Large B rgen do
do, Green Globe Sayey uo
do. Flat Dutch do
do. Red do Ai.
Carrot, Long Orange
no. Aiiringriain .
do. Early Horn
Cauliflower, Lurge Early
do. do Late Dutch
Celery, While Solid
do. Knse Coloured
Cress, Curled (or Peppergrass) ;
Cucumber, Early Frame
no. 00 Cluster
do. Iioiig Green
do. White Turkey
do. Small Gherkiu 1 for rirkllnirr
Corn, Adams' Early
do. Sweet or Sni'ar
do. Philad. Wkiu
Era Plant. PwpU
bettuce, rfhite Cabbage
.1 . T
do. White Butter
do. Earlv Sileseia
Melon, Long Island Water
do. Carolina do
do. Pine Apple
do. Yellow Cantaloup
do. Green Citron
Onion, While Portugal
do. Early Silver Skin
do. Large Red
do. Yellow Dutrh
do. Buttons and S;lt
Parsley, Doubled Culed
Parsnip, large Dutch
do. Sugar or Cnn Crown
Peas, Early Cedo Nulli (Dwarf)
do,, do, Washington or May do. ,
do. do. Bishop Prolifio - do.
do. Marrowfat do.
do. Sugar (Edib'e Pods) do.
Pepper, Ismg Cayenne
do. do. Bell or Oxheart
do. , do. Sivet t Sp iniah (aialad)
Ft lish, Inng Scarh-t
do, Harly Short Top
do. do. Ch vry Turnip
do. do. White do.
Rhubarb, (Fur Trts)
SalisfyVbr Vege'ablc Oyster "
Spinspe. Summer nd winter
Squaah, Early Bush
do. Crook Neck . , : . . , , .
Tomato, large Red
do. do. Yellow
Turnip, Large English Norfolk '"'
do. Yellow Rirta Bagu-' '
do. large White Flat - , ,
do. Early Red Top
do. do.'Flat Dutrh. l v
Thyme,' ' . Winter EUvory, ' " '
Rcseniary. . Sage,
Fennel, t lavender. , .
JT Order from the surrounding Country thank
ful y received and punctually attended to.
' " NOTICE. ' ""'-'
rpiIE nndersigned, in the name tnd on "behalf
oflafayeitn Divisk.n, No. 3, of the FW of
Tem)orance, will give $25,60 for tin? tied Origi'.'
na Essay rm iht Uril nf Intemperance and?ho.
Remedy. Thi Essay must lie written by a North
Carolinian, nr resident in the Slate; nms not,"
exceed thirty page duodecimo, and must be for.
wardrd free of charge, on or before the 5th of June
rext.t.. Rev. R; T. Ileflin. K. VV. Whi.ing and
(5. C. Rabotaan, Ksq., Rleidi, N. C, who hav 1
kindly conaented to aet a djndieloni. The ma re
incrlpi ipnt be accompanied with a ecled lew.?
containing the addrea of the writer. The award'
will bedjudged oft the Jaatday nf Arrgait. " .'
. '-- V',''J. ":-, .,1 1 CP. JONEa.
E7;JMitor in North CroIina Aiendly ro th0 ,
cause. of Te-npentnee, will please give tho abyj
one pr two irfertinr.
i'herp'' Groceries ' lor Cash.!" ''; 1
A IftX of L verpoo rid Grcnrd Atom Still, J
" ""ety of v her Groceries, for ul Cliei i, ior
Cash, at :
' ' JAMES W, WALTOJ,.!'1.", i.
Op; oi'e the City Hail . FayuUi-yiile bi ,.
J K-U. 1 i Ibid.