.PUBLISHED' WEEKLY BY CH. C. RABOTEAU,
EDITOR AM) NiOrRIETOR. .
TERMS: $2 50 ER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, OR
J3 00 IF P1TMEST I DELAYED SIX M9XTD3.
RALEIGH, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1850.
A tt ,irn it n
'U f I i ' . : . 1 1 . '. . 1 1 I ' , II II I
Tn RiistoH Timm will be sent to Subscriber.
at Two Dollars and half pet annum, it paid in ad
vance. Three Dollars will be chared, if psymem
deliyed ait mon.he. These Ternia will be luvana
aly adhered to.
For every Sixteen lines, or ten. One Dollar for the
'firrt.aud Twenty-five Cents for each subsequent in
sertion. Court Ordeis, 4.0. will be, charged 25 per
ei-at. higher; but a1 reasonable deduction will b made
. to thou who advertise bj the year.
JJT Letters on business, and all Communications
ntemled for .puliation,, limit be nddressed to the
Editor, and pott paid.
fpHE Subscriber most rosoettiiil'.y. inform" his
customers and the Public gvtir rally, 'hat for
the purpose of rlucing his present etock, (which
consists of miny desirable goods,)to make room for
m new fall supply, be will tell t reduced price for
Hp hat also obtained the service of Mr. Robert
Peach, lute of New York, as a cutler. He has
tpent about seven years in Franc, where he filled
the same station in the moat respectable liouses.
and enmes highly recommended, as lo his abilities
in his profession as well as to moral character.
Call and (jive him trial. Tne Subscriber returns
his grateful acknowledgments for the liberal pat
ronage heretofore received.
' J.J. BIGGS.
July 19th, 1849. ' ' ' ;
STARCH. A good article. For wile by
Sept. 1. J. LITCHFORD.
prime Java coffee or good quality. jut
received and for sale by J, L1TCI1FORD.
Sept. 7. 411-tf
3 Crjcuict to make : fllonen.
A CHOICE lot of Superfine French aud English
Clothe, Caeaimeret. and Vestines, i now being
spenrd at BIGliSS WELL KNOWN CLOTH.
IMti WAREHOUSE ou Fayettcville Street, where
bii friends and the community generally are particu-
larlv invited to call.
is a great variety of tyl tl.i. ,,.
.ih a eeutral supply ol Goods in tlia I ur- i
whicii. with a general supply
nisliing Department, may be round on the moat ac
commodating terms at the above place.
The Proprietor, or his Foreman, Mr. Teach, may
at all times be found at home.
JitWy Made Chlkigjust orrivei.
Raleigh, Oct. 19. 4G-6V
Attorney for Prosecuting Claims at
the City of Washington.
THE Subscriber undertakes the collection, settle
nient and adjustment of all manner of claims, ac
count, or demands agaiuat the Government of the U
nlted States, or any Foreign State or Country : be
fore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any of
the Public Departments at Washington. .,
The procuring of Patents, Army and Navy Ten
sions, the collection of accounts against the Govern
ment, all Land Claims, snd every demand or other
Dimness of whatever kind, requiring the prompt and
efficient services of an Attorney or Aecnt. .
A residence of fourteen years at the Seat of the
Federal Government, with thorough and familiar
acquaintance with the various systems and routine of
business at the different Offices, as well as in Con
grew ; added to his free access lo the sblest legal ad
vieers, if needed, justifies the undersigned iu pledging
the fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch to
those who may eutruat tlieirbusineas to his cure. Be
ing well known to the greater part of the eiliiens of
this District, and to many gentlemen who have been
members of Congress in the last twelve years, it is
deemed useless to sxtend this notice by special refer
ence. Communications must be prepaid in all casee.
Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature and
siteut of the business, but moderate in all caws.
Address, II. C. SPALDING,
Oct.19 l(o6t . Washington, D. C.
FAMILY ROE HERRIXGS.
BARKF.LS and half barrela for sale by
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849.
LARGE assortment of Window Glass, of all
ires, by the boa, for sale by
SEAWELL fc MEAD.
Raleigh, Feb. 23, 1849.
irtslj oni iint ! ! ! Jtyt in time ! ! !
JAMES M. TOWLES
IS just now receiving and opening a very
sive Assortment nf
which he offers on the most reasonable term for
Cash, or tn panctnal customers.
His friends are
reapectfully invited to Call and i
: Raleigh, Oct. ae.
1 RALE18H, N. C,
Is i Temperance Re.
THE Snbs-riber iutorms his friends ni ths public,
generally, that the above Eetab ishmeiit has late
ly asdergone extensive repairs, sod is now in com
plete order for the reception of the Travelling Public,
as well as Boarders. His rooms are comfortably and
Beat'y furnished; the Table shall alwuys be provided
with the best thst cti be procurod ; the Servants are
lbs beet i the City for ew and attention to the calls
ef ths gnests: and no yams shall bo wauling on hie
sart to eive satisfaction. The terms shall be u mod
erate aa the times will nlTord ; aud the attention of
travellers, aud others, is invited to the advantages of
this establishment, being pleasantly located, near the
centre of the City. This being the only Temperance
House in Raleigh, it has a peculiar recommendatiou
te all those who are fond of encouraging aud prsclis
lag lbs Tsmpersnes frineipls. f w KIXC
Raleigh, Jons IJ, 1849. ;
The Latest FashlcM Jnrt at Bail.
0L BURCII has retanied from trie North with
eTrr thing necessary for ananafactnring the mast
fashion able Boota sad riheet that csa be mails. He
lies brought the best Fans as well as Philadelphia
Catf bkins,aad now feele coufidVot that ke eaa not
esily make te fashionable Witt a earable Bests tad
filuse at est astiilsf VrOtatat. Cad eat, aaaaa-
. State of North Carolina. ,
JOHNSTON COWL ,
Ashley Saunders Eicrntor nf Elizabeth Jone,
r'.ilwin lioykm and his wife Elizabeth J., William
6. Edwards and his wile Amanda M., Nathaniel
Blackwood, and his wife Mary E., coinplaiuauta.
Nathaniel G. Jones Adin'r ofllardy 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 nf the State of North Carolina. It is
therefore ordered, that publication be msde for til
weeks in the Raleigh Timet, 'a weeklv Newspa
per published in the City of Raleigh,) itttifjing
the said David T. Jones, to appear at tl next
term of this CoHrt, at the) Court House in Smith
Meld on the 4th Monday in March 1350, and plead,
answer or demur to the Plaintiff's bill of complaint
or the matters charged therein, will be taken as
confessed and he ird ex parte as to him.
Witness, VVm. H. Morning, Clerk nf our mid
Court at office in Smilhfield, the 4th Monday in
September 1819. ,
WM. II. MORNING, C. Si M. E.
SOITHLRY VIEYIRDS AM) NURSE
RIES. Twenty years experience enables the suiaeriber to
offer to patrons Fruit Trees and Grape Vines, and
other articles in hie line, well attested by trial to be
peculiarly fitted for Southern climee, and therefore
not Haute to eventually disappoint expectation, as of
ten do the products from Northern aud Western es
tablishments. Trees and Vines from 10 to 50 cents
each, according to kinds, age, and tixc in the nursery-
Grape syru, (juice reduced aud no fermenta
tion) end wines from 1 dollar to 6 per gallon, accor
ding to quality, and cost aud trouble in making.
Orders with cash, or equivalent, and letters of inqui
ry, post paid, promptly attended to, by the Agricul
tural public's humble servant,
, BaiMKLSTViut, Halifax co. N. C. Jan. 3, lb50.
The North Carolina
MJ;T1t4L L,FE HSfRAXfE fOMPAW,
RALEIGH, N. C.
THE above Company hea been in s;ration since
the 1st of April last, tmdsr the dirscliou of the
following Officers, vis: j
Vt. Ctist. E. Johksom, President,
Williim D. IUtwood, Vice IVeodeat,
Jamcs V". Joantn, Secretary,
W'illum H. Jonis, Treasurer, .
Ptasm Bi-sota, Attorney,
Dr. Cuss E. Joimsoa, ) u ., , j
Dr. W.. II. McKxt. J
Dr. Ricu'o. . Hsvwood, , C""-
J. Hsitsmx, General Agent.
This CsmsMT has rsoeiveO a charter gfvinf ad
vantages to the insured over any other Company
The Sth Section gives the Husbanu the privilege lo
insure his own lite for the sole ass ef bis Wife and
Children, fret from auy claims of the representatives
of the husband or anvnf his creditors.
Orraniied on purely muitiai principles, the life
members participate in the vhale ef the prorits,whieh
are declared annually. Besides, the applicant for lire,
when the annual premium is over $3U, may pay ous
half in a Note.
All claims for insurance against the Company will
be paid within ninety days after proof of the death of
the party is furnished.
Slaves are insured for one or for five years, at rates
which will enable all Slaveholders to secure this class
of property agaiuat the uncertainty of life.
Slavs insurance presenta a new and interesting fea
ture in the history of North Carolina, which will
prove very important to the Southern States.
The last four month's operation of this Company
sbow a very large amount of business more than the
Directors expected to do the first year having already
issued more than 200 Policies.
AGENTS FOR 1 . iE COMPANY.
J. Hersman, George T. Cooke, Wesley Whita
ker, Jr. George E. B. Singellary, R. P. Waring,
Travelling Agenbi for North Carolina. S. J.
Young, Agent fur South Carolina.
All Communications on business of ths Company
should be addressed to
JAMES F. JORDAN, Sec'v.
Raleigh, August 29, 1849. , 43
State of North Carolina,
Petition far the Silt of Real F.itate.
In Euuitv Fall Term, ll?49
Wesley F. S. A ston and William Hester and wife
Naucy U. ' '
Mary J. Kennon, James Thomas, and Gritxy his
wife, and Mary Moore, Martha Moore, George
Moore, Nath.'f Moore, Lemuel Moore, MathewP
JaTowe and Speck Moore. .
TN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the
X Court, that the Defendants are nen-rraidents of
this State, it is Ordered, that advertisement be mads
fur six successive weeks ia the Raleigh Times, for
them to appear at the next Term of our Court of
Fjnillv to lie held for the Countv of Wake, at the
Court House in Raleigh, on the First Monday after
the fourth Monday of March next, then and (here
to plead, answer or demur to the Plaintiff's Peti
tion ; or the sams will be taken for tonfeutd by
'hem and be heard ex-tarie.
Witness, Perrin Butt, Clerk and Master of
said Court, at Office in Raleigh, Jan'y 12, 1890.
rEUKlN BUSBLE, L. M. E.
January 18, 1850. 7-6w
P. F. PEStTD,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
RALEIGH, N. C.
IT EEPS constantly on band a larM Stock of Medi-
IV cinee, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, and Dye Stuffs.
Also, a full snpply of ths most popular Patent Mrdi
ciues, the following of which he will seltysf Gross or
Dozen at a small advance on the Manufacturers pri
ces, vis: Wistsr'a Balsam of Wild Cherry, Gruy's
Ointment, Brandreth s Pills, and Beckwitb s Auti
rtvaoentio Fills. ,
Physieisns, Merchants, Farmers, at a distance, are
reatieated to send their orders to him, which he will
fill nromptlT epos such terms as will give sstisfae.
lion, provided satisfactory reference of the cash sflnt.
KaJeigh, tebruar) 19, WN ,;. . it
TAKEN perfect by JOHN C. PALMER, whe
has recently recei ved alt the improvements (rem
(he North. He now works witU Uie celebrated
' cBtEtarrri ,
wWefe le decidedly an improvement in the Art. '
Hie Gallery it in Palmer ft Ramsay's Jewei'rer
8tOr. -,.:) : - ... '
fOfIN C fALMKR.
Fresh Garden and Field Seeds.
'PHE flnbacrilier has just received end opened
his supply of Fresh Garden and Field Seed.
The atock is well selected, and are of the most ap
proved kiwis. Below are enumerated some of the
principal kinds, viz;
Asparagus Large While Giant '
Beet Early Red Turnip, lying Blood
French Snp-ir, Msr-el Werttol
Cabbage Seed Early Yoik, Sugar Lonf, Red
Dutch, Early and Late Batterses, Drumhead, Flat
Tl ch, Long, Bertjen, Green Savory
Carrot ling, Orange and Early Horn ,
Celery White Solid
Cucumber tang Green, Pricklct tad Eitrly
Fran c. .' '"
ltluce Brown Djich, lee End Royil Cabbage
n;M Ai'i,',,. ct.:- n r....i.
wiiiuii . imc mivci .jaiu, vi'uiiw I'Utlll alio
Parsley Lnrfre Curled
rtrsnip Irge White "urar
Raddiah Long Scarlet, RcdTarnip and White
. SaUify large Savory
Spinaue Round ed
Tnmato Lirge RWhite
TurnipEarly Flat; Ruts. Baa. White Dutch
Red To.i, and Alierdeen
Bcant or Sm pe Early Valentine, Mohawk,
Refugee, Yell' w b' wtekt, Large Lima, Large
Peas Extra Early, In ree all Marrowfat. Dwarf
Marrowfat, Bishop's Pioiific and early Warling
Grass Bine, Hi t V,white Clover anil Lncern
Sundries Tujcaora, Sugar and Smith's early
Sage Thyme, Summr Savory, Swet M r.'o
ram, True.Creet, Boll, Tomato ShaJ and Cay
Scotch Irk, Melon Seed, etc; all of which are
warranted fresh and genuine, smi I for sale hv
P. F. PEStTD.
Raleich. Feb. 12. 1S50. 11
Watt & Patterson's
New Paten. Llork Spring Trass.
FOR THE RADICAL CURE OK HERNIA.
I'S ndvamngea nrn a aKl.r-sojiiSTiaa faisrirLa,
;i swing a uniform pressure, secure rettiliuii,
aud easrt. to the wearer.
A supply just receivii and for sale by
P. F. FE.Scu'l).
Raleigh, Feb. 5th, 1150. ',
CHEWIKG AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
prime lot. Call at
Raleigh, March 3.
THE large and very convenient Dwelling House
and Lot.forinerly belonging to the estate of Mrs.
Prescilla Show, dee'd.. and now occupied by Mai.
For terms, apply to
JAMES M. TOWLES.
June 31, 1849. 29
TO THE TRADE.
BURCII will infornvJke-Trade that he con-
Ctantly keeps on hand anarreVissortmentof Tools,
Lasts, Boot and Shoe Thread, t'atf, Goat, and Lin
ing Skins, aud svery thing to furnish a shop out and
November 23 1M9. 51.
SPIRIT OF THE AGE.
This is the title of a Weekly Newspaper, pub
lithed in Raleigh, by ALEX. M. GORMAN, de
voted to Temperance and General Information on
the following low terms, via
To single Subscribers, $1 50 per year.
Clalie of 6, and upwards, 1 each " "
Att. at Law, Oxford, N. C.
AiriLL attend to claima entrusted to him in the
M counties, of Granville, Warieu, Franklin, &. Par
son. Jan. 4th JS50. S-Cra
PASTILES for perfuming parlors
and Sick Rooms, on htatid. snd for sale at
Seo. PBtSCUPV Dreg Store.
. n'ELISHED, WEEKLTfIS riYXTTEVILLt.
Ton Paper, which hat been in existence two
yean and a half, continues to be published, and
has been highly recommenf oy trie Press, gener
ally, and, recently, by the Baptist Cape Fear Asso
Terms. To single subscribers, ft SO per year
ilubt ol a, an I upwarps , I each
Address, post paid, WM. PUI1 Kit,
Ftvctteville. N. C.
XT Onr brethren of the Press, throughout the
State, are respectfully requested to give the above
two or uinse iiwrriions.
New Boots and Shoes.
Oliver L. Burch.
FsvtttnilU St., 1 Door belvu the Poet Offiet.
RALEICU X. I'.
irOCLD inform the pahlic that he has just receiv
il edalsrge assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES,
comprising in pan tne louowmg anicies;
Indies' Goat welt Buskins,
French de de.
Kid welt Ties,
Fine Kid Buskins,
Fine Oreria La ViettrU, (Nsw Fashion) '
(Joat do de do
French Kid do ' ds
Children's Blsrk Morocco, do
Do Colored de ee
i Do Brents de ' do
Da Laced Boats, de
Boy's Calf Bsois,
Do 'Kip do --;-, J-
Do Laeed Monroe's,
... Peg strapped da ; ,
Children's do '
' 100 Pairs Pst.'soVIplia mtie Gentlemn'i Beets,
fetched and Pegged, different eaalitiea,
IV ii' tfrsew Boots, (New Btyle,) .
Negroes Coarse Shoes, Ac. auv "
' lie reqteelt alt wsntinf Boots sr Sbsrs to give hint
a call, as be kaowe his asserbiwcit ta be ths btrgrst
in the City, aud he Batters himself thst be east fur
nisb as criod aartithis, H tut better, taaa east ben
tssg trbereektskttkeCktyr -
v a pin v
A full supply of all the most popular Remedies,
kept constantly on hand, and sold at Manufacturer's
prices at Puscud's Daua Stoat Sept. 28.
Rice and Molasses,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, a new supply
of prime. JAMES M. TOWLES. '
Jure 21, 1849. 29
SPIRITS -TURPENTINE, -
FUESII from the Still, kept constantly on hand,
and forsalc by the Ga'lon or liarrel.
JAML3 M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, Aupst 3, 1M9.
Ladies Gaiter $y
JUST RECEIVED ;
Blue and Black; very fine
; o L. BURCII.
Not. 27, 1849. 52
Raleigh Paper Mill!
fTMIE underrined takes this method of informing
-a, me. runiialicrs ol Newspapers and J'er o licals in
North Carolina, and the I'ublie generally, that he liu
leafed the Paper Mill, about. 3 miles from Kaleich,
procured the aervices ol finished ouerative,, pureliim
i d t:ie necessary stock, and is nuw prepared to make
iiuil furnish any 'amount of Puper'to (iritr. . He ask"
a trial only for his Paper, as he is determined to give
satisfaction in it, or reuse its manufacture.
IMPERIAL, SUPER-ROYAL, MEDIUM
Package and Wrapping Taper,
mannfnetured at the shortest notice aud the most mod
erate prices. ,
To " eneournge Home Industry," is, nnder all cir
cumstances, commendable and proper ; nnd it is wise,
when in duiugso, we eacrifiee noihinsr ourselves.
Address, JAMES 1). KOYSTER.'
Raleigh, Aug. SI, 1849, 3D Im.
Female Boarding School.
THE Seventh Session' of hry S'c'ieol will open ou
Thursday, the 10th of January next, under ths
care of couipc teut .Teachers.. Charges as heretofore,
vis: For Bwd and Tuition, per Senion of Fire
Moutlis, in all the English BrsHchesriiicludintr Or-
nanirutnl Needlework, l ights, liX. - . .' 37 5tl
tor t rent h, per session, - ..... . ft 00
For Music on I'iauo, - - ' . . lit 50
Music on Guitar will also be taught, at 10 00
This School, situated 13 miles South of Oxford, on
the Rulrigh Read, is a Preparatory School to G 'ecus-
boro female tolleire ; and rarents wiahme to eive
their Children a good aud thorough Education, or
prepare them lor College, cannot do so at any other
School on better terms thsn is here uflsred.
No deduction made for absence, after entenns
School, except in case of sickness.
r:iiw r speed.
Address, Rrookville, Grsavills Co. N. C.
January 4th, I860. 5-41
A YOUNG MAN, of Frsnklia County, ia desirens
of obtaining a Situation lis Clerk. He is well
qualified for ths Station, and would be faithful to his
t or information apply to
Jan. 3S, 1950. 8 St
0. L. BIRCH,
TAKES this occasion to snnouncs to his friends
and the public generally, that he will continue
the Boot and Shoe basiness at the old stand of O.
L. Burch, & Co. and will exert hims If to ths ntniost,
aa hi retofore, to give satisfaction. Nopaius ner at
tention will be spared to plrass snd accouiraodats alt
those who may favor him with their eustoas.
Ralsigh, SsstsTiser tt, 1848. 48
Sedgwick Female Seminary,
RALEIGH, N. f.
THE exercises of this Institution, of which the late
Rev. J. J. Finch was Principal, will coutinus, aa
heretofore, suder the direction and supervision el Mrs.
Finch, together with such aaaisrante as circumstan
ces may require.
TERMS TER SESSlON-tlftysHs in Aifnee.)
B ard and Engliah Tuition, : TO 00
Music on Piano or Guitar, 30 00
I'se of Instrument, S 00
Drawii g and Painting, 10 00
Ancient aud Modern Languages 10 00
On the above charges a reasonable deduction wfl
be made to those who, individually, eater mors thai
Feb. 1 1850. I"4t monthly
P. 1 PEISCUD,
WHOLESALE AD RETAIL DEALER Vi
Drntjs, CljtmicaU, & Dne Stnffff,
FAYETTEV1LLE 8T. RALEIGH, N.C.
ri.OlbHS AI) PL0CGH CASTINGS It
A COMPLETE assortment of Richmond's cele
brated Self -Sharpening Ploughe and Castings,;
also 1 wo Horse rloaghs for turning over stubble
Land iu the Fall.
JAMES M. TOWLES.
Raleigh, August 3, 1849. 35
Rtrsl Rags It Raffs! I!
TIIE Subscriber will give the highest cstli pri
cea f..r any quantity of RAGS, at the Raleigh
Taper Will, immediate application are requested.
Raleigh, July 3, 1849.
CC. BATTLE having returned to tins' City, will
resume the Practice of the Law, in this aud the
adjacent Counties. .
All business entrusted to him, will bs promptly at
He is prepared to make out and procure a() SOL
DIERS' CLAIMS, of every description, at short no
tice, according te prescribed forms.
Raleigh, August 7. ' ' 38 1m.
; Fresh Supplies.
CONSTANTLY srriving at lVscad's Dreg Storey
V 100 Kcgt pure W hite Lt sd,
100 do No. I, do de '
, 800 C.sJ'uis linseed OiL '
100 lbs. Refined Borst,
' 80 Ounces Quinine, ; ' '
ll " 12 Doten Congress Water. :
- 8 Cass Goodwin's Fsteat Oewmg Tobaoeo,
I to iM PeytMi Grael'y'e Totneos,
' W 4 Thomas M diet's Tiiacee,
A. raWsMl 44 V aralshea. Cokut n4 BrasV.
4 suae other leairaUe tulWest eu jtiei reoeretd
sx4 tmieiAxit b si t4('iw) tsresle y
OF a very superior quality, just received aud for
sale by JAMES LITCHFORD.
Raleigh, Oct. 5.
FINE CALK SKIN and Coarse Sl.oea of home
Manufacture, for sale Cheap; Also Roots aud
Shoes msde to srder, is a neat and sabstantial stvl.
JAMES W. WALTON
Feb. 1st 18J0. . v t
SIX doien, ''fresh and prime," just al lmid.aiid for
saleat VI -UB'S. :
"Raleigh, Aiijrust 5, 1P49. . 3G
Ready Made Clothing.
A FRF.SH supply of RKADY M ADK C1)TH
ING just received, and will h" sol I cheHp fur
Cash, AIsoh lot of over size Silk 8hins, Drops
Sliirtn, Lamlis' Wtiol and Merino uniler Sliirlsain!
Draweio ; wliicli will be bold on reason) 1 terms.
J. J. BUU.S.
Raleigh, Pec. ID. 2-4w
PUOSPECTCS 1F "
THE (.HAMIi.I.E WHIG.
A H'eeiy Paper, devoted to Politice, New, Inter
nal Improvement anil Smtnern Mauufnctui ee. .
Indited hy Geo. Wortham.
' PAPER Ijearinir the iibove title will be issned
in the Town of t)xlord, N. C, on Wednesday
the 1 1 id .f February next. :
While the tirmniftc Whig will advocate the meas
ures of that Gnat Conservative Party, it will pursue
a fair and caadid course towards the Opposition, bes
towing censure on whatever U C'iiPUrai!e, aud 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 he given weeklv iu its columns, together
with statistics and "eneral imnimation on the engma-
Sl' g subjects Of I.MTI.KMAL iMt'OVUHtSNT Slid SdUtll-
A portion of its columns will be devoted to religious
intel'iuence and matters of general interest, and a
few choice literary selections will also he found among
its contents la short, it will b- the object of its Ed
itor to make it a good Whig Pnper, combining amuse
ment with valuable information.
' The Gkantii.i.b Wiiio will lie published weekly
with clear type, on good pnper si" medium sias, utthe
exceedimr'y low rates of
$'! DO per annum
Or 83 0U if not paid iu six months from subssrip-
Address the Editor (post paid) Oxford, K. C.
State of North Carolina.
William J. Ellison Adm'r. de bonis non with the will
annexed of Steihsn Lang and Adin'r. ef X. A.
-.' ':' . '.'". 1 e.' ...'.....
Joseph Waldo L. Johnson, if tl.
In Msrtin Superior Court of Ejuity,-Te Spring
"VTOTICE is hereby given to the heirs at law sad
It next of kin, non residents of the State of North
Carolina, of Stephen Lang, to plead, answer or demur
to the allegations of complainant's bill of complaint ia
this cause, or judgment pro confesso will be lakea as
to them snd the same heard accordingly.
Witness, C. B. Hassell, Clerk and Master ef ear
said Court of Equitv, at office, this the 23th day ef
January A. D. 1C5U.
C. B. HASSELL, C M. E.
Feb. 1, 1890. Price AeVr. 85(94 - :.t 6w
REVOLUTION IN : PERIODICAL LIEERA.
Koldcn's Dollar Irlaprzlne tad M8italy
THIS POPULAR MAGAZINE, which was
started two years since as a new adventure in
pahlishing, with the object of affording to the rending
masses of the United States n work of the highest
class at the Iswest price, has now entered upon the
third year of its existence, with a circulation which
insures its permoacat continuance, The first num
ber of the fifth volume for January is now ready, and
the publisher respectfully solicits ths attention and
patronage of all who waut a momhy Literary Maga
zine, or who desire to encourage an uiidertakingwhich
has for an object the dissemination of cheerful, healthy
and instructive rending among the masses of ths en
tire people of the Union.
Holdin's Maguiine is illustrated every month with
a number of admirable wood engravings by the best
artists, representing views of remarkable places and
portraits of reirarkuble persons, mostly American.
The literary matter is furnished by some of the
most able and accomplished writers in the Union: it
consists of Essays, Hiftnriett -s, Sketches of Chsrac
Ur, Poetry, Biographies, Tales, Translation Re
views of New Works, and a free comment on all the
enrrent topics of the month.- Reing intended for the
tamily circle, the strictest caro is exercised to exclude
every thing from the pages of ths Magazine of en
immoral tendency. The work consists of 64 pages
monthly, beautifully pnnt"d with new type on fine
whiie paper. Terms to city subscribers 8 1 per su
num. delivered. Bound vols, of the year 1S49, iu
cloth, gilt edge and back, tor sale at tl oil each.
W.H DIETZ, Publisher,
-. -.:iU Nassau St
PETERSBURG COMMISSION HOUtiE.
DICKINSON & LESTER,
Bollincbrnok St. Pete rsbnrg, Va.
WILL give attention to the saJc nf all kinds of
Produce and rorwitnltng (iocsIs. liefer to
Hon. A. W Venable, Granville, and VV. Whit
aker, Jr. Esq. Raleigh.
Joint Dtcitttsot, K r. LitTlt.
lite nf Danville. .. : "
Petersburg, Va. March, I8t8. rv , '
Chewing Tobacco and Scgara.
OF good quality, for sale by
Dee. 15. JAMES LITCHFORD.
Herds Grass Seeds.
I GOOD Simplv of Fresh Herds Grass SeW, inst
i received, and tor sale by . P. F. FEbCl'D.
Feb, 6. I860.
Cheap Groceries, &c. J
GOOD Sole end Upper Leather,
Calf and Lining Bkias, ' ' 1
r-hoe Thread, Blsckiag and Ticks. ,
: Gotd Chewing and rmokiag Tnbscca,
Ground Pepper, and Ground Ginger, .
' twigar, Cofl'ie, Clieese and Ijudj ; " ' " '
Tea, Copeae end Plow l-ittee, v , t
. tlosu-, Meal, fish end Vategar, . .
t C'atlce, rjoep, fettoff ana Candy, ' i
ftowder, MiMaiid lfad. . ' ',..'
Tar by the Isuret, ttc., t; For asKeJi"t W
Cash at, ... JAW It W.IVALlUtt , .. ,
rejeV Ur$ iUtt,tsUsiviU.
BY S. G. HAYES,
Ui:.MEK$0.. N. C.
HAVING taken the House recently fitted up in ths
'centre of tne village and near the Depot, I am
prepared to accommodate travellers. '
As-I have given reference ou my csrd, I will only
rmnurk that strict attention shall be paid lo my sta
bles, aud ihov leaving hones with me, (which shall
b? kepi ou 'CMmable terms,) need apprehend nothing
as to ilieir trcHtinvnt or being used. I also keep the
stagamc. lor lIio west. ' Meals always ready upou
the arrival of Uie-cars, and persoue conveyed iu hacks,
buggies, or on iiorse back, to any of the surrounding
Persons wishing packages fit vafd(d by the stage,
by hnviiig (hem directed to my care shall always be
promptly attended to
IT The Danville Stage will leave HAYES' IIO
TI'.L uiim.'d ately after the arrival of the Train eu
Mondays. Wrdnesdays. and Fndkys.
A Daily Four Horse Line will ft'so nin from this
Hotel to liie Sulphur and 81ir:co Spriugs, during the
jvb. ia, ir-50. ii-tf
Comprising the moat popular Varieties, wtrr nted
FRESH AND GtCVUIN'E,
JrAt received, and for siile .it thn Drug r-'ture m
WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD, & Co
Rileigh,F-b. 14, 1850.
Artichoke, Green Globs
Beans, Early China, (Dwarf)
Do. Whiic Kidney,
ln. R.-rmjee orltll.'Otol -
I'o Red Speckled French,
Do. White Cranberry (Running)
Do. Large White Luna "
Bet, Early Blood Turnip
Ho. Long do
t'o. Early Yeilew Sa;ar
do. French de.
Cabbage, Early May
do. do. York
do. do. Battersea or Dram Ilsai
do. do. . Sugar Loaf
do. tjirge Late Dram Head (W;nter)
(le. Luge Bergea 8
do. Green Gl.ibe Savsy Se
do. Fiat Dutch ee
do. Red do 4a
Carrot, Long Orange
. ao. Altriugham
do. Early Horn
Cauliflower, Large larly
do. do Late Datofc
CeU y. White Soli4
uo. Rose i oloured
Crese, Cur'ed (or P"ppcrgrse)
Cucumber, Earlv Frsms
do. do C.ustef
do. Long Green
do. White Turkey
do. Small Gherkin (far rMkKatr)
Com, Adams' Early
do. weet or Sugar
do. Philad. White
Egg Plant. Purple
Lettuce, White Cabbage
do. Ice cosa
do. White Butler
do. . : Earlv SileaciA
Melon, long Island Water
do. Caroline, de
do. Pine Apple
do. Yellow Cantnlotfi
do. Green Cittua
Onion, White Portnftl
do. Early Silver flkia
do. Ijirge Red
do. Ytllow Dutcb
do. Buttont and Bttt
Partley, Doubled CulexJ
Parsnip, Ijirge Dutch
do. Sugar or Cup Crosrm
Pest, Etrly Cedo Nnlli (Bwarf)
do. do. W a slim ton nr Mat' da
do. do. Bishops Prolific de.
do. Marrowfat eV
do. Sugar (Ediblt Toas) ee.
Marrowfat - (Tall) '
Pepper, Long Cayenne
do. do. Bell or Oxhsart
do. do. Sweet Spanish (atataJ)
Rtdish, long Scarlet
do. Early Sho-t Top
do. do. Cherry Tttraia
do. do. White , 4e..
Rhubarb, (For Tsrte)
Slisfy, or Vege'sble Oyster
Spinage. Summer and witter
Sqntsh, Earlv Busk
do. Crook Neck
Tomato, lisrjre Res!
do. do. Yellow
Tnrnin, Large English KerlMt
do. Yellow Rata Baga
do ltge White Flat
do. Esrlv Red Top (
do. do.'Flat Det 'h. '
Thyme, ' Winter taeesy,
Rosemary, , staffs,
Fennel, j Lavender.
; IT' Orders from ths surrounding Country thaak
fylly received and ainctssl1y attended to.
TIlEnndersignedj'inthe name snd on Wialf
of liStayette Division, No. 3, of the Sons nf
t eniper pe, will give 8Ji5,80 lor tlie best Origi
nal tissay pit the Ei ih u Intemperance end the
Itemeily. Tt Essay mnst be written by a NotJi
Carolinian, or a resident in the Sate; mast ont '.
exceed thirty pages dnodec tn, ami mnst he f.if
wsrdi d tree) of eliarge. em or before the 6th nf June
next, K. Rev. R. 1'. Hefliu, a VV. Whiting ami
C. C. Rnbotean, Rsqs., Raleigh, N. C, who hare
kindly consented to act as adjudicators. 1heinn-
Hscnpt nmt be aceonipanird with a sealed iHter 1
containing (lie address ol the -writer. The t Ware)
will be adjudged en tho last day ol Aiieunt. '
:.s.rV;.. -.-)-. CP.JCNS.
tT EJitors In North Carolina frienoly to "tlw
cause nf TenirTsnce, will please grceUie aixe
one or two iii-ertions. j.
v Cfirnf Groceries foiCJu.
ATtTof LimljtBdCfoeud XIum tu ml
tniriitjf fliBi.st ei Uicsti tor
bCaabat '- - ,
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; tVpwIte ft C.') 4j let faKUt. HiM.
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