A MONG the thousand Medicines adver-
( tised as 'certain certain cures for pul
Stands alone. Its path to public confi
I dence has been pared, not with puffs, but
CURES; and the vouchers for its efficacy
include an array dF names which, for char
acter and respectability, cannot be surpass
Jed in this country. Dr. JAYNE, being
5 himself a physician, does not profess to
perform physical impossibilities; but he
does assert, and he is borne out by well au
thenticated facts, that in all DISEASES
OF THE LUNGS AND CHEST which
are susceptible of cure without miraculous
interference, his EXPECTORANT will
restore Ihe patient to health. No other
j medicine will remove mucus or pus from
the throat so thoroughly as this. It effec
I tually loosens the coagulated masses from
I the membrane which lines the trachea, and
at every cough the patient will bring up
J portions of the disengaged matter. IN
! 1 ALL COMPLAINTS OF THE PUL-
f MONARY ORGANS, even where nature
! seems to be making no effort to throw off
imparts vigor to the machinery of respira-
tion, and enables them to disencumber
j themselves of the obstructions which had
impeded their free operation. It has res-
tored hundreds to perfect health, after their
I physicians had given them upas incurable,
I with CONSUMPTION, Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hooping
; tough, pttmg blood, in a word, all dis
; eases of a PULMONARY nature yield to
I this preparation, it properly administered
f Rev. J. tr. Maginnis, Professor in Ham
ilton, (N.Y-) Literary and Theological
; Seminary, says: "1 would not be without
?' Dr. Jayne's medicines in my family for
any consideration. 1 have found them sue
cessful in cases where all other means have
Mr. Nicholas Harris, corner of Front
I and Lombard streets. Philadelphia, was cu-
rod of Cough, Asthma, and Bleeding of
the Lungs, tinder which he labored for
Rev. lia M, Allen, late of this, but now
of New York city, says: "I have used
Jayne's Expectorant, and have more confi
dence in it than all other medicines of the
Rev. Wm. Laws, Modesttown, Va.,
says: "I have used your Expectorant, and
found it an excellent medicine for Pulmo
Mr. John Beckford, of Eastport, Maine,
says: "Your Expectorant has just cured a
man whom his physician had given up to
die with Consumption; and also another,
in the very lowest stages of Bronchitis.1'
Messrs. Slosson & Williams, Booksel
lers, Owego, N. Y. say: Your Expectorant
gives universal satisfaction. ,
Rev. John Ellis, of New York city, says
1 that two bottles cured him of Influenza,
t a hard Covgh and apparent Consumption.
says: "Many respectable people offer cer
tificates in favor of your Expectorant. I
believe that all your medicines are the best
preparations that have ever been offered to
the public, for the relief of the afflicted and
the Cure of Diseases."
Daniel Henshaw, Esq. Editor of the
1 Lynn (Mass ) Record, says: "Jayne's Ex
pectorant is a very valuable syrup, which
we have lately used with good effect in
stopping a Cough and loosening and break
ing up a Cold."
Reu. Arthur D. Bradford, of Darlington
Pa. says that it cured his son of Croup in
a few minutes.
The Bangor fMe.) Journal says: A tri
al of Jayne's Expectorant will satisfy al
that it is a speedy cure for Coughs, Colds,
Influenza, Asthma, Hoarseness, and all
I kinds of Pulmonary Affections."
-j Mr. Ebenezer Webster, of Providence,
I (R. I.) was cured of a severe Asthma by
I using five bottles.
I Rev. Simeon Siegfried was cured of In-
! liuenza, a Hoarseness, and a hard dry
tough, by one bottle.
Rev. Dr. Babcock, of Poughkeepsie,
I says that knowing Dr. Jayne to be a regular
! physician, and having used his medicines
personally and in his family, does not hesi
tate to commend them as safe and eminent-
4 Jy useful medicines, and a valuable addi
tion to our rnateria medica.
1 Rev. John Seerur. of Lambertsville. New
i Jersey,who was suffering with a hoarseness
j ana soreness of the lungs and throat, and a
j suffocating Asthma, was cured by one bottle.
Mr. J. L. Simpkins says that it cured
Ms wife of Consumption, and one of his
children of Hooping Cough.
The Proprietor could add hundreds of
Other nnmp pnnallu rpsnpctahle. who re-
I commend JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT,
j a9 superior to all other medicines for the
I cure of all the various Pulmonary diseases.
j Names and Prices of Dr. D. Jayne's
1 'Family Medicines, viz:
j Jayne's Expectorant, per bottle, 1 00
44 Hair Tonic 1 00
Tonic Vermifuge 0 50
Carminative Balsam, large, 0 50
" small, 0 25
Sanative Pills, per box, 0 25
American Hair Dye, 0 50
f For sale in Tarboro by'
JAS. M. REDMOND, Agent.
i May 13, 1844.
IVcw ana Beautiful .
Spring and Su?jtmer
M1L L1JYER Y, 4-c.
itirs. At.c. iionviitD,
JOTAS just received her Spring supply
of Goods, which with her foimer
stock comptises a general assortment of
the most neat, useful and ornamental ar
ticles, in the
In her assortment will be found
Beautiful pattern Silk bonnets,
Rutland braid, Rutlandand bird-eye, Albert and
shell, Florence braid, open gimp, and fine
straw bonnets, in great variety,
Plain and figured silks and satins,
Tarleton muslinswhite and black crapes,
Bonnet and cap ribbons laces and gimps,
French and American Flowers, &c. &Ci
All of which will be so'd on her usual
liberal and accommodating terms.
Tarboro May 2, 1S44
Fire Insurance Company ,
57 Wall St. New York,
Capital 300,000 Dollars.
npHE Capital Stock of this Institution is
all paid in and secured on first rate
Bonds and Mortgages and Real Estate, and
numbers among its Directors some of the
most influential and respectable inhabitants
of the city. It insures aguinst Loss or Dam
age by fire buildings of every description,
merchandize, &c. &.c. on terms as favorable
as similar institutions.
Policies will be issued on application to
Agent for Tarboro and vicinity.
Tarboro, May 1st. 1844.
Evans Camomile Pills.
Hp HE camomile flower, (or as it is offi
cially called, Anthemis vociLis,or
Chamcemelum. from the Greek words,
Kamai, on the ground, and JHelon, an ap
ple; because it grows on the ground, and
smells like an apple,) is of a dull white
color, of fragrant odor, and of a bitter ar
Camomile is a mild tonic, in small do
ses acceptable and corroborant to the
stomachs It is especially applicable to
that condition of general debility, with
anguid appetite, which often attends con
valescence from idiopathic fevers.
To the Nervous and Debilitated,
Dr. Evans5 Tonic Pills.
The powers of Evans Camomile Pills
are such, that the palpitating heart, the
tremulous hand, the dizzy eye, and the
Uullering mind, vanisti belore their, ettects
line noxious vapors oeiore me oenign in
fluence of the morning sun. They have
been long successfully used for the cure
of intermiltents, together with fevers of
the irregular nervous kind, accompanied
with visceral obstructions.
This tonic medicine is for nervous com
plaints, general debility, indigestion and
its consequences, as want of appetite, dis
tension of the stomach, acidity, unpleas
ant taste in the mouth, rumbling noise in
the bowels, nervous symptoms, languor,
when the mind becomes irritable, despon
ding, thoughtful, melancholy and deject
ed. Hypochondriacism, consumption,
dimness of sight, delirium, and all other
nervous affections, these pills will produce
a safe and permanent cure.
Evans Pills were first introduced in
America in 1835.
Evans' Family Aperient Pills
Are purely vegetable, composed with the
strictest precision of science and of art;
they never produce nausea, and are war
ranted to cure the following diseases which
arise from impurities of the blood, viz:
Consumption, Coughs, and Colds,
Nervous diseases, liver complaint, dys
pepsia, bilious diseases, piles, ulcers, fe
male weakness, and all cases of hypochon
driacism, low spirits, palpitation of the
heart, nervous irratibility, nervous weak
ness, fluor albus, seminal weakness, indi
Kestion, loss of appetite, heartburn, gene
ral debility, bodily weakness, chlorosis or
green sickness, flatulency, Hysterical iaini
ings, hysterics, headaches, hiccup, sea
sickness, night mare, rheumatism, asth
ma, tic douloureux, cramp, spasmodic af
fections, and those who are victims to that
most excruciating disorder, uout, will find
relief from their sufferings, by a course of
Dr. Evans medicines.
QjCaution. Be particular in purcha
sine to obtain it at 100 Chatham st.,
New York, or from
Geo. Howard t Agent.
A BAROUCHE, partly worn, with
harness and fixtures for one or two
horses Apply to GEO. HOWARD.
Tarboro', Jan. 24th.
Constables Blanks for sale,
A TTHIS OFFICE.
npHROOGH this medium returns hi
sincere thanks, for the very liberal
patronage received since his commence
ment in business. Gentlemen, wishing
to procure a suit of clothes, equal in eve
ry respect to the best that can be made in
the United Stales, can do so by giving
him a call.
Always on hand,
A good Stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and
Nestings, of the newest styles,
And an assortment of stocks, cravats, bo
soms, gloves, silk and wool shirts and
drawers, hats, pumps, boots, umbrel
lar, &c. &c.
Tarboro', Feb. 1.
WILLIAM H. BATTLE & BENJ.
D. BATTLE having purchased the
interest of Amos J. Battle in the
And appurtenances situated
Jit the Falls of Tar River,
The whole establishment is now owned
nv inem anu u. u. name. I he business
in future will be conducted as heretofore,
in the name of Battle Brothers, and
upon the same liberal anu accommocu
In consequence of the withdrawal ol
one of the lormer firm of Battle & Broth
ers, the bu?iness will have to be closed up
to the 1st day of June, 1841. A suitaole
agent will be employed to attend to this
part of the business.
They hope to have the continued pat
ronage of a generous public, as they will
endeavor to have their Yarns madeof good
q lality, and will sell at as low prices as
the article ran be had at other places.
BATTLE 4' BROTHERS.
Rocky Mount, N.C. Junp IS.
Doctor Wm. EVAIVS'
PREPARED BY HIMSELF.
To Mothers and Nurses.
fJJHE passage of the Teeth through the
quills piuuiucs uuuuicsumt; himj uan
gerous symptoms. It is known by moth
cis inai mere is great irritauon in me
mouth and gums during this process. The
gums swell, the secretion of saliva is in
creased, the child is seiied with frequent
and sudden fits of crying, watchings, start
ing in the sleep, and spasms of peculiar
parts, the child shrieks with extreme vio
lence. and thrusts its finders into its mouth.
If ihese precursory symptoms are not spee
dily alleviated, spasmodic convulsions uni
versally supervene, and soon cause the
dissolution of the infant. If mothers who
have their little babes afflicted with these
distressing symptoms, would apply Ur
William Evans's Celebrated Soothing
Syrup, which has preserved hundreds of
infants when thought past recovery, from
being suddenly attacked with that fatal
Goeliche's Matchless Sanative, for the
cure of Consumption in its various stages,
It is astonishing the world with its migh
ty victory over many fearful diseases,
which have been pronounced INCURA
BLE by physicians iu every age, being
the most valuable medicine, and the most
unaccountable in its operations of any ever
prepared by human hand; a medicine ob
tained Equally from the animal, mineral
and vegetable kingdoms,'i)us possessing a
(E?"TH REE-FOLD POVER.)
Graifs invaluable I'atent Oinl
ment, for the cure of white swellings,
scrofulous and other tumours, ulcers, sore
legs, old and fresh wounds, sprains and
bruises, swellings & inflammations, scalds
and burns, scald head, women's sore
breast, rheumatic pains, -tetters, eruptions
chilblains, whitlows, biles, piles, corns,
and external diseases generally.
Fuller's Ethereal tooth-ache
Elixir, prepared from the recipe of the
celebrated Dr. Blake, of London, adopted
and recommended by the London Medical
Society in 1839. It is believed to be the
best compound for the tooth ache ever in
vented, and able to cure it in all cases ex
cept when connected with a rheumatic
BullaroVs Oil Soap, for cleansing coat
collars, woollen, linen, and cotton goods,
from spots occasioned by grease, paint,
tar, varnish, & oils of every description,
without injury to the finest goods. It also
possesses very healing and penetrating
qualities, and is used with perfect safety
for bathing various external complaints,
upon man or beast. It is the best remedy,
if thoroughly used, for sprains, chilblains,
poisons, scalds, bnrns, sore lips, chapped
or cracked hands, cutaneous eruptions, or
pimpled faces, that is known. For places
chafed by the harness or saddle, sprained
shoulders, scratches,"Sic. on horses, there
is no composition that exceeds this.
Geo. Howard, Agent.
HP HE subscribers have entered into a
Copartnership, under the firm of
JBoivditch A Howell,
For the transaction of Mercantile business
in Tarboro', and would respectfully an
nounce to the Public that they have, and
will be in receipt of, all the different
kinds of Merchandize usually kept in the
stores of the place and to which they so
licit the attention of buyers
JOSEPH H. BOW DITCH.
JAMES D HO IV ELL
Tarborough, Ptc. 1st, 1843. 43
IVEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
Tail V Brother,
OULD inform the citizens of this
place and the public generally, that
they now have on hand a very desirable
and magnificent assortment of
jFancg anO Staple
Hats and Caps of the latest style and ve
ry best quality Boots and Shots Hard
waie, Cuth ry, Crockery. Glassware,
Pun liters of the above articles will
find it t their interest to eximine their
stock. Even if They do not purchase ol
us, they will at hat have the advantage ol
learning the lowest market prices.
Tarhoro', Feb. 1st, 1844. 5
Jlud Liver Complaint.
Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort,
FROM 375 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
"FTOK the cure of coughs, colds, ast
ma, whooping cough, catarrh, pains in
the side and breast, bronchitis, liver coin
plaints, and all those affections of the
throat and lungs, which are a source of so
much suffering and so often terminate in
consumption, this remedy is justly and
iiighlv distinguished. It is purely vege
table, mild and gentle in its effects upon
the system, and can be taken in the most
delicate cases with safety as well as utili
ty. So extensively has it been used and
so often proved successful, even in ex
treme and apparently almost hopeless ca
ses, not only as a palliative but as a rem
edy, that the Proprietor feels no hesitan
cy iu introducing it, and recommending it
to all who unfortunately may have occa
sion to resort to some means of recovery.
Physicians, familiar with its effects and
aware of the healing properties of this
vegetable preparation, not unfrequenlly
prescribe it in their practice; and with
the Medical Faculty generally, it has met
with more than ordinary approbation.
(CONSUMPTION. The follow
ing remarks were taken from the last
number of the Medical Magazine:
"The surprising effect produced by the
genuine Dr. Taylor s Balsam of Liver
wort, made at 375 Bowery, in consump
tive cases, cannot fail exciting a deep and
thrilling interest throughout the world.
We have so long believed this disease
(consumption) incurable, that it is diffi
cult to credit our senses when we see per
sons, evidently consumptive, restored to
health. Yet it is a fact of daily occur
rence." The following certificate was given us
a few days since by Capt. Scott, of Eliz
abeth City, N. C.
"Being constitutionally predisposed to
consumption, (a number of my family
having died of this disease,) and having
suffered severely from irritation of the
lungs, accompanied with cough and rais
ing matter and blood, together with some
pain in my side and breast, till I was sup
posed to be beyond recovery, I was indu
ced by advice of Drt Perkins, to try Tay
lors Balsam of Liverwort; and with great
pleasure take this opportunity of testify
ing to the value of this remedy. I have
taken five bottles in all. I began to im
prove after the first bottle, and after ta
king the third was so far recovered as to
be able to get about; since which time,
bv continued use of it, I am quite resto
red and able to attend to my usual busi
ness. To persons suffering from coughs
and affections of the lungs I can earnestly
recommend it. (Signed.)
JAS. C. SCOTT.
Consumption cured! Being of a studi
ous habit, I became afflicted some years
since, with bronchitis, tickling iu the
throat, slight cough, and other consump
tive symptoms. Every new cold increa
sed my disease, until it settled into regu
lar confirmed confirmed consumption. 1
now commenced the use of Dr. Taylor's
Balsam of Liverwort, made at 375 Bow
ery, and this medicine gave me relief iu
a short time. It has since effected a ra
dical cure. Rev. G. VV. CANDA.
For sale by
GEO. HOWARD, Agent.
Tarboro1. Feb. 25, 1843. 8
New Fall and Winter
the Cheap CASH STORE.
rjpHE subscriber begs to call the atten
lion of his customers and the public,
to his present magnificent and very ex
tensive stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE
Comprising almost every thing that is
new and desirable for the present and ap
pioaching season, bought on the most ajl-
antageous terms in large lots, and will
be sold on very small profits.
My stock is very large, and was pur
chased under all the advantages that cah
ml a thorough knowledge of the markets
would command; and being very anxious
to reduce it as speedily as possible, every
article shall be offered at a small advance
on the prime cost. 1 respectfully solicit
call irom those desirous of buvinir
Goods cheap. JrfS. WEDDELL.
Tarboro', 20th, Nov. 1843.
Horses and Vehicles.
nnilE Subscriber having replenished
his stock of Horses and Vehicle!, -
now offers them for hire on the following
Terms per Day.
For barouche, two hoi3es, and driver, $4 00
,, Barouche and harness, 1 50
Carryall, two horses, and driver, 3 60
Carryall and harness, - 1 00
Buggy, and horse, 2 00
Buggy, nd harness, 1 00
Gig, and horse, - 1 75
,, Gig, and harness, 0 75
,, Sulky, and horse, - 1 50
Sulky, and harness, - 0 50
Horse, saddle and bridle, 1 25
Horse, - 1 00
Horse and cart, - 1 25
Cart and gear, - 0 25
Horse, and plough, - 1 00
., Plough and gear, 0 25
Draught wagon and dray, per contract.
Ti.e above charges are for an ordinary
day's travel longer or shorter distances
by special contract.
Tarboro', Jan'y 10.
TTUST RECEIVED, a fresh assortment
of approved Patent Medicines, and in
addition to our former stock, as follows:
Allen's balsam of horehound, liverwort, and pleu
risy root Steers's chemical Opodeldoc,
Longley's great western Indian Panacea,
Oil spike, British Oil, Bateman's drops,
Essence of peppermint, lemon, &c.
Laudanum, paregoric, Thompson's eye water,
Eau d'Cologne, superior Orris tooth paste,
Ambler's tooth powder, lip salve,
Castor Oil, sweet Oil, black leather Varnish;
Dun! op's improved vegetable blacking, &c
For sale cheap as usual.
Tarboro', April 3. 1844.
Recommended by the. Faculty.
Drs. Jl. 4 J HarrelVs
THESE NEW AND PLEASANT REMEDIES '
TAetr Tomato and Slippery Elm Pills,
for the cure of fevers, liver afiectione,
jaundice, head ache, loss of appetite, cos
tiveness, female complaints, & every dis
ease within the reach of human means.
Alterative Extract of Sarsaparilla and
Blood Root, for scrofula, or king's white ,
swelling, pains in the bones, ulcerous '
sores, eiuptions of the skin, rheumatism,
syphilitic and mercurial affections, Sic.
Concentrated Extract of Buchu and TJ
va Ursi, for curing diseased urinary or
gans, such as gravel, morbid irritation
and chronic inflammation of the kidneys,
ureters, bladder and urethra: also, dis
eases of the. prostrate gland, loss of tone
in passing urine, cutaneous affections and
Febrifuge or Camomile Tonic, for the
cure of all debilities, loss of appetite, bat
especially for Fever and Ague, for which
it has been more particularly prepared. -
Anti-spasmodic or Qamphorated Cor
dial, designed to cure excessive vomitting,
diarrhea, cholera morbus, Asiatic cholera,
pain in the stomach, cramps, hysterics,
colics, hypocondria, spasms, convulsions
and muttering delirium in the low forms of
bilious fever. It is a fine substitute for
Cough Mixture of Carrageen Most
Squills, for the cure of diseased Lungs,
chronic affections of the stomach &t bow
els, and all diseases produced by sudden
changes in temperature.
Superfine Tooth Powder, for curing and
hardening the gums, cleaning, preserving
and keeping white the teeth, and for
sweetening the breath.
The above preparations are offered to
the public generally and Physicians espe
cially, not as nostrums, or panaceas, but af
neat and convenient preparations made on
strictly scientific principles. For sale by
G0. HOWARD, AgenU
Tarboro', Jan. 18.