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Tarboro', Edgecombe Gounty, (I. C.) Saturday, Jan'y 5, 1856. Whole No. 205.
see soumaisa,
Geo. Howard, Editor & Proprietor.
TERMS- PER ANNUM.
If paid within two montlis. 2 00
Othencisc, - - 2 50
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
nr. sntt a re first insertion. 1 00
each insertion afterwards,' 0 2o
Cards, a year, - - 0 UU
CWr Orders and Judicial advertise-)
ments 25 per cent, higher.
figy Yearly advertisements by contract.
NEW
Fall and Winter
(GOODS.
Wedilell & Mart,
ARE now receiving and opening at
their New Store, one of the best select-
fed Stock of Goods ever brought to this
Lection of the country, consisting in
part of Foreign and Domestic
Fancy and Staph Dry Goods,
Ladies Dress Goods Cloaks, Talmas,
ind Mantillas French and Scotch
Embroideries
I Clcths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts,
jTwecds, Kentucky Jeans, Kers ys,
Vestings, &c.
Heady made Clothing,
Kero Goods, Blankets, Linseys, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware,
Cutlery, China, Glass and
Crockery Ware,
Groceries, $?c fyc.
In fact, every thing usually found in
first class Country Store all of
hich have been selected with especial
reference to the wants of this section of
the country, and will be sold
VERY LOW.
JiSrQukk sales and small profits.
IWddcIl A: iiarl.
Tarboro', 15th Sept. 1855.
'55. Autumn Sale. '53.
Sfrt cusoit V HWrr ,
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No SS or 90 Sycamore Street,
PETERSBURG, VA.
WE nre now prepared to exhibit to
jthc Merchants of Virginia and North
-.Carolina, a large and commanding stock
W
Foreign ami Domestic
i Having purchased largely of Heavy
Woollens early in June, we can offer
goods at such prices as cannot tail to
command attention
One of our firm will remain in New
York during the season, in attendance
at the
Auction Sales,
and forwarding anything, new and nov-
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tl, as it may be received by the weekly
steamers from Europe.
Merchants who are compelled by
corn petit ion to buy at
The Lowest Market Rales
will find our styles and price such as
I will enable them to compete successful
ly with those who purchase . in the
Nonhcrn markets.
Stevenson & Weddt 11,
Sept. 5.
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Female College.
THE next session of this Institution
will commence on the first Wednesday
in August, 18o5.
Ample accommodations are provided
fur any number of vounc ladies.
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For information, Catalogue, &c.! ad
dress the President of the Faculty, Rev.
J. II Rrent. IF. S. G. Andrews.
June 4th, 1855.
All Accounts
MADE previous to the 1st, now due.
are made out and ready for settlement.
Those indebted will please save them
selves tne mortification of being dun
ned by calling forward and settling
their bills, as interest will be charged
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rom the 1st, on all accounts.
IF. A. Grimmer.
Jan'y 4, 1S55.
nJiet'ters
HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA
tor sale by G'eo. Howard.
IMPORTANT TO
FAKHKKS.
MANY years experience in stock
feeding has convinced fanners that all
grain ought to be ground before feed
ing, but the difficulty of- -getting a
cheap and efficient machine that would
answer the purpose, has prevcuted ma
ny persons from commencing.
The subscriber in recommending
Leuinlfs Portable Improved
IJorn and Cob ilSiEl,
For grinding fine meal for family ufe,
crushing corn and - cob together for
stock, and shelling corn, and other pur
poses, does so in a full belief that it will
answer the purpose for which it is in
tended. It has now.been in use several
years in the State of Arirginia over
700 are now in use in Virginia and
Ni rth Carolina. Thousands :ire now
in use in the Southwest and North.
Hundreds will, on application, testify
to their usefulness on a farm.
All we ask is to give them a fair tri
al. They are warranted to grind line
corn and cob meal; corn meal, from
which two-thirds can be sifted for
bread; hominy, coarse or fiut'j grind
ing of wheat, barley, rye, &c. and is a
good corn shelter. Quantity varying
according to power applied.
Having purchased from the Agent of
the inventor the exclusive right of sell
ing and usin2; these mills in the county
of old Edgecombe, we take pleasure in
recommending them to the farmers in
the above county; and from a desire to
have them in general use, we will sell
them at Fortv-five Dollars as we re
ceie them, or will put them up by
adding the expense of la'nr.
Tarboro', N. C , July oih, 185".
T. B. WILLS. BLAKE 1'ITX.MAN.
Petersburg IVf.
Wills & Pittman,
(Lately of the Firm of i!f,s, Lea lirownlcy,)
WILL iive their attention to the
sale and purchase of all articles of
Jigricullural Produce,
FARMING IMPLKMCNTS, &C.,
And purchase for order and sell for
commission all articles of
Groceries, c. eye.
Receive and forward Goods, and act as
General Commission Jlgents.
Sugar.
185 Bbls, clarified Sugar,
25 . u Porto Rico do.,
For sale by W. II. Millard.
Dec. 10.
KOS. 1, 2 & 3,
ARE so prepared as to harmonize and act
in unison with each other. Taken separate
ly or together, they will instantly stop pain,
speedily remove disease, and quickly cure
its cause. No pain can exist, or disease af- j
flict the system while under their influence.
No. 1 Radical s Ready Relief is the tirt
and only remedy ever recorded in the medi
cal history of the world, that has stopped the
most violent pains in a few seconds!! It will
painful Rheumatic, Nervous, Neuralgic and
Bilious complaints in a few hours.
No. 2. Radway's Renovating Resolvent, for
the quick cure of all chronic and scrofulous
diseases. It is powerful, searching and
pleasant; it cleanses and purifies the blood
from all scrofulousdiseases; it resolves away
from the bones and muscles all diseased de
posits; it electrifies the fluids and solids witli
health and strength the patient will expe
rience its powerful, soothing, beneficial ef
fects in a few hours after taking it.
Radical 9 medicated Soap the superior ef
ficacy of this highly medicated compound
over all other cosmetics for purifying the
skin and curing salt rheum, ring worm,
rash, tetter, chapt flesh, and imparting to
the complexion that roseate tint which na
ture intended it should wear, is acknowledg
ed to stand beyond the reach of rival. Itad
way's Soap is purely balsamic in its proper
ties, it cleanses, heals, purifies and impart
beauty to the complexion of all who use it
For sale by ' Geo. Howard, Tarboro' .
Tarboro', August 0.
House, Sign,
AND
The Subscriber
INFORMS the citizens of EW
combe and adjacent counties, that he is
prepared to execute the above descrip
tion of
Painting,
In all the various Branches.
lverercnces cau be rivcn to persons
for whom I have done work in this vi
ciuity, in the above branches, as to
capability and punctuality". Persons
will perhaps do well to call on me be
fore making contracts elsewhere.
rni. A. JJassett.
Tarboro', July 25, 1855.
North Carolina Institution
FOR THE
Deaf and Dumb
And the ESlind.
THE next session of this Institution
will commence on the first Monday in
September. It is very important that
pupils should be punctual in their at
tendance at the beginning of the ses
sion. Applications for Admission, &c.,
should be made to
Wm D. Cooke. Principal. ,
Raleigh, Au. 1855.
New Dni!- Store.
THE subscriber has just opened a
new Lhug Store
M-mW " VI m ltJ w a
And will continue addiug to his stock
until he gets it complete. Amoug the
articles now offered will be fouud
Blue Mass,
C.iloinel,
(juinine
Black Drop,
iodine,
Strychnia,
Creosote,
Lactate of Iron,
Curb.
Ascetic Acid,
Benzoic
Nitric M
Oxallic ,,
Anise Seed
Fennel ,,
Sulph. Copper
,, Btiier
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Iron
Morphia
Putassa
Zinc
Flour Sulphur
Precip.
Cox's ilivo Syrup
ljecac
Iron
Pthubtrb
Peruvian Dark
Bay berry ,,
Canella
Mazeri.ui
(jum Aloes,
Sijuilis
Kaoencu Mustard
,, Lemon
Peppermint
f, Auituoniacuia Laudanum
Arabic Paregoric
m Pulv- Batem.in's Drops
Camphor British Oil m
Myrrk Harlem
,, Opium Pepperiue
,, Shellac vViltl-'r
Oil Anise Viliu "iJ"
,, Black Pepper Alcohol
Cinnamon Burning Fluid
Cloves Uxn) Wjk
Ergot Castor Oil
Laveudor Cream Tartar
,, Olive Alum
Origui H-jtax
Peppermint Copal Varnisli
Sassafras Black Leather
Wormsced Pearl sago
Extract Bavk Sal Erius
Sabin Yeast powder
Valerian Tooth
Arrow Root P;ste
Blood Hair Brushes
Colchicum combs
Col umbo White Wax
Krmeria flea bane
Licorice ,, Blue stone
pj,,k Camel's hairpencils
Sarsaparilla Wafers
Snake Bed Ink
Squills , . Nutmegs
Valerian Mace
Mercurial Oint. Cloves
Cantharides ' Seidlitz powders "
Turner's Cerate ,, Soda
Husband's Magnesia Seltzer Aperient
Calcined ,', Cochineal
Carbon. Litharge
Citrate ReJ Bead
Fowler's solution Bole Armenian
Dona van's ,, Chase's Trusses
Acetate Morphia Pnysician's Case
Balsam Copaiva Spatulas
Soldified Lancets
Capsules Catheters
Cantharides Speculums
Salts Tartar Breast Pumps
Epsom Syringes
,, -Rochelle Vials, Corks, &c.
May 1, 1855. Geo. Howard.
A FRESH SUPPLY of Jayne's Family
medicines, . .
Fahnestock's Vermifuge, &c.
For sale by . Geo. Howard.
Geo Howard, Jr.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Having located at JVilson,N. C.
WILL regularly attend the Courts of
Pitt, Greene, Wayne and Edgecombe
counties. Office next door to Gay's
Hotel. June, 1854.
M07JE.
PREPARATORY to a change to be
made in my business ou the 1st day of
Ancmst. nnvt, T
have commenced set-
tlinsr
es
lny Rooks and will thank my
friends to render what facilities' they
can in making settlements, as the ar.
rangemeut must be closed by that time.
I have a very fair
Stock oj Dry Goods, Groceries, 8?c
Ou hand, which will be sold at a small
advance on COST for cash, or negotia
ble paper. No new account will be
opened
June 20, 1855.
W. A. Grimmer,
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THE subscribers having purchased
the Coach Establishment of James Nel
son in TARRORO', have associated
themselves together under the firm of
Palamoiintain 4 Stewart,
For the purpose of carrying on the
ConelisiiftkiKg
J2nd Repairing business in all tie
Branches.
We will expeditiously repair all Carria
ges, Rubies, &c., in a workmanlike
manner, and on reasonable terms.
Havimr first rate workmen in our
employ, we have no hesitation in ex
pressing the belief that we will be able
to give . general satisfaction. Wagons,
Carts, and all kinds of farming imple-
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mcnts will be made ana repaireu.
A portion of public patronage is res
pectfully solicited.
. B. Palamoiintain,
T. J Stewart.
Tarboro, May 14, 1855.
J8C2TI. R Palamountain returns his
sincere thanks to his friends and the
public for the liberal patronage he has
received, and informs them that he will
still continue his shop at his old stand
near the Rridge, and CKoeute expedi
tiously all work that may be eutrusted
t J
o luiu.
hnnc B. Palamountain,
WOULD announce to the citizens of Tar
boro' and vicinity, that he has located in
Tarboro near the bridge, where he will exe
cute A II Kinds oj Smith IVork, -and
promptly repair all machinery, Buggies,
Gons, Locks, etc. which may be entrusted to
him. Bell-hangings attended to.
UcUU JvJ3 Ut Ollllt aiivuvivii, w ' - y
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and moderate charges, to merit the conn-
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jence Ul luc i,uuia' , , " on
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BBAWDBETH
DR. BR ANDRETII would here impress
n his friends and the public generally, that ; of their nauseating effects, use these pills
however different may be the action of the without the slightest disagreeable feelings.
Pills at different times, that such different All that is asked of those who have never
action arises not from any alteration in the yet become acquainted with them, is to pro
Pills, but from, the state of the body; they cure one box, and the Proprietor's word for
should therefore be persevered with until the it, they will never call for any other kind of
aetian is uniform; for. they are an effectual "tmrgative medicine so long as Spencer's Veg-
..outinfnf nnturft. bavin? the same kind of
aooi;iiiiv - try cj
action on the human body that storms and
hurricanes have upon the air, or that the
tides have upon the ocean; they purify.
For sale by .. Geo. Howard.
Wm. II. Willard,
Commission Merchant,
WASHINGTON, N- C,
GIVES his attention to receiving and for
warding Merchandize, and produce, and is
prepared to make liberal CASH ADVANCES
on all articles consigned to him for sale; or
shipment to his friends in Baltimore, New
York and Boston. Oct. 21r
Hay
200 bales just received and for sale by
W. H. Willard.
Washington, June 28.
Land for Sale.
1000 ACRES of good Swamp Land,
in the lower part of Beaufort Co., on
the south side of Pamplico Hirer, aud
near South Creek.
For particulars apply to
W. II. Willard,
Washington N. Jan'y 2, . ' . "
To the 3Itisical Public.
THE undersigned respectfully an
nounces to his Edgecombe county
friends, acquaintances, and the Ladies
in particular, that he has opened
A EsW mm 82038.
On Market street in Wilmington, IRONWORKS' solicits or
Where he will always keep a complete rS
assortment of Musical Merchandise. Stcaai Engines, of any power or style,
PIANOS of all sizes and qualities, with S:iW Mllls of evcry variety,
rosewood pkns and iron f mM "maim-1 Machiuery and Pumps,
factured bv the oldest house in the '
country. Slodart & Co. N. Y. The '
ulart & Co. N. Y. The 1
s sold a number of them
3 and the adjoining coun-
subscriber has
in Edgecombe
ties, and they Lave given general satis
faction. In addition to these he selected while
in New York last month, a splendid
stock of Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Ban
jos, Fifes, Clarinetts, Accordeons, and
all the detail articles kept in a regular
Music store, all imported and warranted.
His catalogue of Music is thebest one
in the State, consisting of the best and
latest compositions of the day, as Songs,
Polkas, Waltzes. All instruments re
paired at low rates. Second hand Pia
nos taken in exchange. '
JBtt3Iusic and catalogues sent by
mail free of post aye to any place desi
red. Instruments carefully packed and
sent any where. Call and see me when
you come to town whether you pur
chase or not.
Hermann L, Sclireiner.
Wilmington, Jan. 1st, 1855.
Surgeon Dentist)
HAVING permanently located in
Tarboro', respectfully offers his profes
sional services to the citizens of Edge
combe and the adjoining counties. Hav
ing prosecuted his profession for up
wards of six years, in all its various
branches, he feels assured that he will
be able to please those who may honor
him with a call.
Office at Mrs. Gregory's Hotel.
Jan'y, 1855.
Indian Vegetable PilU,
FOR the speed v, safe, and effectual cure
of all diseases bi-ought on by billioiisness,
impurity of the blood, and general derange
ment of the system it is a widely, wel
known fact, -that WriyhV Indian Vegetable
Pills are the great Panacea. The Southern
peoplearti'cMZarZy, are indebted to the inven
tor and manufacturer of this popular family
medicine in the cure of Fevers and colds, so
common in the South. For sale by
Geo. Howard.
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills
ARE the cheapest and most approved
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mn, n roo oM nfFprw tn the nublic.
I They are extremely mild m their operation,
I ther caUsins sickness of the stomach' nor
L., nnl0.cot,t sffnentinn in the SVStem. ai i
is too frequently the case with medicines
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given to act upon the bowels; hence multi-
tudes, wno nave oeen uuauiu w im uui -
' pills or prepaiations of medicine, on account
i etable Pillscanbe obtained
Frkt 25 cenU per box.
Also, Dr Hull's Vegetable Fever
and Ague and Anti-fever
AMONG all the advertised remedies of the
day for Ague and Fever, or Chill and Fever,
none seem to meet with such rapidity of sale,
and give so much general satisfaction, as ; ces. -tuey Deg to enumerate a few
Dr. Hull's celebrated Pillt. Wherever they : leading articles iu their line, which
have been introduced, all tonics, in whatever they have in quantities and! at prices
shape, all mixtures and pills, and prepara- which will compare with mbst North
tions of every character, designated for this ern Houses.
disease, have been discarded, and Dr.HulT
Ague Pills have been received as the only
permanent cure. Ihey stop the Chills and
Fever the first day, and do not sicken the
stomach or operate on the bowels.
Price 75 cen ts per box.
For sale in Tarboro' by Gro. Howard.
Graefenberg Medicines.
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply
of these popular niedicvues, viz:
Vegetable Pilh, Eye Lotion Green
Mounti'An Ointment, Dysentery Syrnp,
SrsapariUa Compound, Children's Pan
acea, Consumptive's Balmj Health bit
ters, Marshall's Uterine Catholicon, &c.
i Geo.mMoicard.
IRONWORKS,
intmiwflon,N. C.
A. II. VANBOKKELEN, Proprietor,
THE subscriber having purchased
the entire interest in the "CLARES
Grist und Flour Mills complete,
1 urker Turbine & otber Water-wl
pwe - ficld PumPs nd Engines,
Leavltt s Corn and Cob crusher, :
1urker Turbe & other Water-wheels,
Rice Thrasheis,
Shingle Machines,
Shafting Hangers and Pullics,
Cotton Gins and Gearing.
iron .Castings of all kinds and patterns,
Rrass " u if
Locomotive and Tubular Boilers,
Flue and plain Cylinder Roilers,
Blacksmith work of all kinds,
Iron Doors for Houses and Jailg.
The Establishment
Having been re-organized for the ex
press purpose of insuring punctuality in
the execution of all orders, the publie
may rest satisfied that any work which
may offer will be promptly delivered
according to promise, and of such work
manship as cannot fail to' give satisfac-
tiou.
The Mechanical Department
Being in charge of men of talents and
experience, I have no hesitation in say
ing that the work hereafter turned out,
shall compare favorably in "every res
pect with that of the most celebrated in
the" States, and at prices which will
make it to the interest of all iu want to
send me their orders.
Repair IVork
Always dene without delay and hav
ing a large force for that purposct it
will prove advantageous to any person
uceding such to give me the preference
without regard to expense of Bending
same from a distance.
Orders will be addressed to "Claren
don Iron Works' Wilmington, N. 0.
A. II. Vaubvlclcelcn,
Oct. 15.
I S arises making, c
THE subscribers have engage the
services of a first-rate Harness maker,
well known in this vicinity, and ar
now prepared to manufacture new Har
ness, or repair old, at the shortest no
tice, and on reasonable terma.
Palamountain & Stewart.
Tarboro', Sept 24, 185.
SOUTHERN '
SPRING TRADE
Gavliqk, Gwathmey
Hodges,
WHOISSASB.DBAJBaS
; Tq D Medicineg j gtuff paiat
Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Patent Med icines, Segars, SuutTsj
Chewing and Smoking Tobac
co, Perfumery, Tooth and
Hair Brushes, Lubin'a
Genuine Extracts, Lau
drcth's " Garden
Seeds, &c.
THE subscribers beg leave to remind
their friends and customers in the Old
North State as well as their own State,
that they are constantly receiving addi
tions to their alrea Varge and com
prehensive stock of ty pove articles.
From Merchants, Physicians, Far
mers and others in want, they most. re
spectfully and earnestly solicit a call
and examination of their stock and pri-
mi
Alum, ammonia, copperas, lIu
masg caiomei briinstonc, borax, black-
; cAmr)ho, cream tartar. clovns Rn.
soni salts, extract logwood, flax seed,
essences of . all kinds, flour sulphur
race ginger, gum Arabic, glue,. Harlem
oil, Indigo, inks, Lyou'a kathairon
Barry's Tricopherous, Baker's bitters,
Hoofland's German bitters, Vermifuges
of all kinds, Wright's pills, Brand
ret h's, Peter's, Leidy's, Rose's, Me
Lane's, &c.
Dr. McCHntock'a Family Medicines,
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, Mus-
- ! tang Liniment,'&c.
Garlick, Gwath met & Hodges,
m: 60 High street,
Portsmouth, Vs
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