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AS THE REMAINS of bro. 2?.
Wilson aro expected to arrive here
about the 25th of January next, the orein-
ren of Concord and adjacent Lodges, and
transient brethren generally, are reques
ted to hold themselves in readiness, to
snwer and obey any summons which
may be issued upon such arrival.
By order of the W. M. of
Tarboro', December 22, 1847.
THE fourth instalment of Twenty five
Dollars per share on subscription to
the Capital Slock of this Bank, is required
to bo paid in, on or before Thursday the
3d day of February next.
By order of the Board of Directors.
T. SAVAGE, Cashier.
December 26th, 1847. 1-5
ON FRIDAY, the 7th January next.
I will; sell at public -sile, at my
house the following property (viz:) about
80 Fat Hogs, Corn and Fodder, Peas, Cat.
tif, one yoke of Oxen, one new so gallon
Kettle, and numerous othor articles too
tedious to mention.
Also, on the same day will be hired
out, until the first day of October next,
7 or 8 likely negroes.
Any of the above property will be dis
posed ofprivalely, if application be made
soon This the 27th day of December,
1847. A. K. BARLOW.
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List of Letters,
Remaining in the Pest Office at Tarbo
rough, the 1st lof Janf 1848, which
if not taken out before the 1st oj
April next, will be sent to the. Gene-
. a . . ...
rut Post Ojffice us at ad letters.
Anderson Arthur2 Lawrence John
Brown Josenh H Lane N L Miss 3
Brown Nancy Mrs
Campbell F Miss
Cobb Tibilha Miss
Clark Henry T
Daniel John H
Griffin L J R
Griffin Susan Miss
Harwood G W
Hyatt J B
Hushes C Miss
Hunter VV S
Killebrew G W
Knight John VV
Knight J C
Morgan Jss S
Mayo Arcenia Mi as
Manning M E Dr
Proctor Samuel D
Rue La Louis
Spencer Wm C 2
Staton VV D
Staton H L
Sessoms Allanson P 2
Siaton Thomas C
Sessoms Nathan H 2
Wimborn J J
lUad Quarters, 21 Reg't, N. C. M.
Tarboro', Dec. 15, 1847. $
Hp HE commissioned Officers of the 21st
Regiment, have been invited, to
participate in the funeral ceremonies of the
late Col. Louis p. Wilson and knowing
it will be a grateful duty,' they are hereby
notified to attend said funeral, in full uni
form, with musket and powder.
Lewis H F Mis?
52 JAS. M. REDMOND, P M
f F1HE shop of the undersigned was bro
ken into on Tuesday night last, and
the following articles stolen therefiom:
A plain gold ring broke in two place?.
A plain silver ring, broke where it had
been Capped and etmeneu.
A plain g)ld button, with an eye broke.
A plain silver pencil, the rivet broke
fiom the slide.
A silver nmcil. ?ct with a red stone
rivet broke in the slide.
A silver pencil, with a pen, broke in the
A rifle barrel pistol, secret trigir, w'jih
hammer broke, cock part germau silver,
A repealing pistol, 1o shoot five times
with the ramrod spring bioke, t)e hammer
was broke on the left tide where it hit ihe
A Toward of Ttctnty dollars w ill bo given
for the recovery of either of the above urtil
cles, and the subscriber will be thanklu
for any information that may lead to the
detection of the robber.
JO US. HOLLAND.
Tarboro'. Dec. 16. 1847 51
fQHE Exercises of this school will be
opened on the first Monday in Janu
ary next, under the instruction of. Miss
Mary A. Casey. Miss Casey has taught
scnooi lor tne last tour years in mis county,
and has given entire satisfaction to those,
who have put their children under her
charge. This school is situated in the
western part of Nash county 15 miles
east of Louisburg, and 12 west ofiNash
ville. In point of health, its Jocation is
equal to any place in the State. Board
can be bad with the subscriber at six dol
lars per month.
TERMS PUR SESSION.
English branches, $10 00
French, 5 00
Spanish, 5 00
Drawing and naintine. 5 00
Belford N. C, Dee. 11th, 147.
rrffHE SUBSCRIBER, having qualified
at August Term of County Court of
Edgecombe as Administrator on ihe es
tate of Joseph S. Rattle, v.c. hereby
.ao h'irinir ili!mii i(rin I C 1 i ll
llic luuc. .JCApa.tudvmc vi . nrP..nl fhfm wilhm ihe time
. . t
prescribed by law, or this notice wnl oe
plead in bar of their recovery. And those
indeb'ed to said estate will settle forthwith,
January. When it is ascertained a more
precise order will be given. If not, at
lend when it is ascertained, without fur
ther notice. Bv order.
HENRY T. CLARK,
Col. 21st Reg't.
R. R. Bridgers, Adj'l..
TIIJESPEOTFULLY informs the
zens of Edgecombe and adjc
counties that he carries on the
at the old Stand next door to the Po.t
Office, where will be found a choice assoit.
as no indulgence will be aiven.
J. J. PHILIPS.
Angus! 24, 1S47. 35
Male ami Female Schools
An unequalled Remedy
And an Jlmmutc for IH hH
1ST For colds and feverish feelings
2nd For asthma, liver complaint and
3d For diarrhoea, indigestion and loss
4th ror costiveness in femrales and
5ih For stomach affections, dyspepsia
and pih s. 1 ;
THE GREAT POINTSre. it is not
had to take, never &ives pain, and ffKVjcR
LEAVES ONE COS! 1VE I!
For all these things it is warranted un
equalled, and all whdoTnot find it o nay
return the but lie 4 get their mnhey back
This medicine is LONG LEY'S
Western Indian Panacea
We assert there is no family medicine
of half its virtues, and none that will sode
light the liters of it, and to convince ill
that these are facts we offer us above
Trv it without price if ymi are not charm
ed-by its effects. Fuller descriptions and
an .Almanac for 1848. gratis, with the A
gents for the county. (See below )
I he Unman Hair
Is admitted by civilized as well ss bar
barous nations to be, when full, flawing
and perfect the greatest ornament, and
when imperfect or wanting, ih greatest
defect and disadvantage to the personal ;p
pearance of male or female. That it i" a
duty to preerve and beautify it, all will
admit. I his article has been lor more
than 20 years ued extensively. It ha
the tt-snmony of m:ny of ihe most" respec
table ci' izens in this country, who ccr'ify
to the fact th-t the BALM OF COLU.M-
I A :
Fir?t. In all raes stops i!c H iir fall
ing out or restoies it in most if fallen, and
in all cases if lost by sicknesy; and keeps
off dandruff and scurf on infants and adults.
Second, l'erlume 'he hair and pre
serve it. to old age, from turning grey.
h uld always he used at toilette..,
Third, Gives grrat vigor and rapid
growth to the Hair, arid causes il to curl
Important Sale of Seasonable QoodsK
At 10 per Cent
advance on First Cost.
TO EPECTFULLY INFORMS the citizens of Edgecombe and neighboring coun
Ua ties, that he will on Monday, the FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT,
COMMENCE SELLING OFF his present
Extensive Stock of IVew Fancy and Staple Dry Goods
HARDWARE CHINA-GLASS. CROCKERY WARE, &C.
At TEN PER CENT advance on first Cost He invites thosa fhodfir hafjrain
to give htm an earlv cll. His Stock of Gooda has been purchased at the Lowest
Market prices FOH CJMStl) and he pledges htmelf to sell them at ths very
small advance named; his object being to close his business here goon as possible.
Tarhoro,? October 23, 1847.
Valuable Town Property for Sale.
-t: ss s tf: . .
THE SOnSCRIBEU OFFERS, on accommodating termX'a Town property.
Tt bUama OhImUa OQ idIf arm m -w r w r
Tarboro', October 23, 1847.
Bijraw Cutters, and FartzzZzzg
For sale bjr
Matthemson Qr fferjleet.
TRrboro'i June I. 23
TO HIRE A GOOD COOK, wfffctut
chihlren. Inquire of the EDITOR. ,
Marrh 25. 1847.
Thomas IL. Liddon,
OniCKLAYER & PLASTERER,
TTNFOflMH he Public that he is now
a fully prepSTed to expeute all jobs in his
lino of buines$, that may be entrusted to
HQ has competent workmen in his
. t i ... . .
Mist E. W. CURTIS, iMusic Instruct
ress. Miss M. C. STONE, Instructress in
Tiploy, and tan give sitisfactory auran
ea, thai 31 work entrusted to him wi'l be
tSC?ttt9tS expeditiously a d ma workman
Wm. Norfleeu Tarboro,'
Baker Staton, Edgecombe Co.,
Goold Uoyt Greenville.
Tarboro', Oct. 12., 1847. 42
THE Subscriber bes leave to announce
to his friends anii the public generally.
that the exercises'of his school will be re
sumed on the second Monday in January
The Male Department will he conduct
ed by himself and the Ft mile hy h'n
daughter Rebecca C. Judge, who is well
qualified to imparl. instruction in the Eng-
.... . n i . wy i
lish Hranches u-uaiiy laugi i in remaie
(qnd all articles in his line of business,) : school, with French, Music on the I
which he is Drenared to make on, at the
shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
Thankful for the favors already received,
he solicits a continuance of the same, assur
ing all who may favor him with a ralL
that none shall Roaway dissatisfied. Cut
ting done at ihe shortest notice.
N. B. Always on hand a few select
articles of ready-made clothing of his own
Tarhorough January 1, 1848.
npHE School at White Oak Grove, the
residence of the Subscriber, under
the charge of Miss Eliza Casey, who
was educated at the Female Seminary jn
Troy, N. Y., will open on the 10th of
January, for the reception of Pupils.
Terms lor Hoard, $6 00 per month. Tui
tion Lower classes 8, higher branches
$ 0, per Session. Music, wfth use of
Piano, $ 15. v
This School is located in a situation
selected by the Subscriber on account of
its health, being unsurpassed in this re
spect: and is under the care of a lady well
qualified as a Teacher, and highly accom
plished, who was engaged expressly to
educate his own daughter.
?. E. WILLIAMS.
Hansom's Bridge, Dec. 18, 1S47. 1-3
Indian Vegetable Sills.
For sale by GEO. HO WARD.
Drawing and Fainting, btruntme is sit
es " r-r
ualed nearly midday between Warienton
and Halifax 14 miles west of Enfield, in
a healthy section of country.
Hoard per session of five months, $A5
Tuition in the Knglish Branches, 10
' Latin with the Rudiments
of the G nek, 12
Tuition in the Female Department, 10
" Mu-ic, 15
Drawing and Painting, 5
J. J. JUDGE, Principal.
Eglantine, Halifax i o., N. C,
December 7th," 1847.
1 have a
TUJMCT OF IstfiVn)
fT YING in Nash County N. C, two
miles above . the Wilmington Rail
Road, on the North side of Swift Creek,
Containing 1475 Acres.
The Land has a comfortable dwelling
house, a new gin house, and alt necessary
out-houses, good orchards, still, apple-
mill, &c. Seven or eight hundred A
cres of said land is uncleared, dogwood and
hickory growth, and well pined for tur
pentine, some new boxes cut on it.
The subscriber will sell all of it at a
low price, or split it to suit the purchaser.
lit is as healthy a settlement as can be
found in this count v.
LA BUN TAYLOR.
Nash county Oct. 22, 18 7.
l'rinting neatly executed,
AT THIS OFFICE
Hp H E . Subscriber informs the Public
that he still continues to make and
Carriages, Buggies, Harness,
SADDLES, &c, in Greenville, Pitt Co.,
and that he will occasionally visit the ad-
flplIE Spring Session of 1848 will com- joining counties, at public tirre. Those
mencc on the 3d of January. Tuition wishinz to purchase, or have such articles
e in the Female Department, $6 50, 810. r repaired, can rely upon their being done
hSl5, according to ihe Pupil's arlvancemejit. ;n a workmanlike manner, and at short
French 'nd La n, each 7- 50. Drawing notice. -
and Painting, with u.e of patterns, 87 50. 6r5t rale Rockaway and harness now
Music on the Piano, gl7 50, with $3 lot jn Tarboro', for sale, apply to (Jeo. How
use of instrument. art. JAMES NELSON.
Tuition i:t the Male Department. September 14
For FnMh Studies, fO, " 7 -
epical $J5, wiih HIGHLY IMPORTANTNEWS FROM
a small additional charge for contingencies, ! THE SOUTH,
when neres-ary. Board with the Pi inci ; Thefollowing extract of a letter is from a
pal, MO per -esion. In good families in ve7 respectable mercantile house, dated
the Village and vicinity, S7 per mouth A ' Washington, Rappahannock Co., Va.
part of the TiueeM arc invited to attend May 26,1846.
an examination of the Pupils i very quarter i Dr. D. Jayne, Dear Sir, Our Mr.
tnrinif tlip Se sinn: and a certificate of earh Jones has been in a verv low state of tie.nllh
lastly Prevents all filth or its conse- student's deportment and scholatship is for more than a year; he has had the hen
ence, on chi dren's heads, nd exi eeds j U) t,4rents amt Guardians at the close efit of the best medical advice our countrv
aUords, and also visited your city during
last summer, but found no relief. On the
15th of April last, we purchased a half do
zen bottles ot your Ionc rermyuge9
and a half dozen boxes of Sanitive Pills.
Through carelessness in packing the artic
les in a dry goods box, one half the Vermi
fuge wax broken. Mr. Jones commenced
with the Pills, and after taking a few doe
ses, felt a decided improiement. Tha
three bottles of Vermifuge, which cam
sfe to hand, brought from him. he thinks
not less than ONE I HODSAND
V OR MS, and perhaps many more. Me
s now in better health than he has been in ,
for years, and we hope a few more bottles
of your Vermifuge and Pills will effect a
permanent cure. All our physicians have
entirely mistaken his case; Prof. Samuel
Jackson, of your city at the head. Mr.
I Jones is most anxious to get more of your
all other articles for she hair in quality,
quantity and cheapness.
Many articles have been started on the
reputation of this, and 'are without merit
though they have oeen, and aie sold at dou
b!e the prices ot this Halm.
THE PILES ALL SORES, RHEU
MATISM, &c Hays Liniment i an
article more justly celebrated as a cure for
he above, than any or all others. Theca
es ol cure ;re almot innumerable, and it
i only necessary to ltt those who know
the article and have used it with such great
success, know that it is onlv to be had true
anl genuine, (for there are counterfeiters,)
of Dr Lucius Comstock, 21 Cortlandt st ,
New York, and so of the rest of the arti
cles here nored.
iO DEAF PERSONS Dr. McNair's
Acoustic Oil will relieve & generally cure
the deaf. The evidences are abundant.
TO THE HALT AND LAME Dr.
o ine i erm.
Louibuig,4ih Dec. 1847.
m sarftaro, rtwg ting.
Doors onened at 7 o'clock A M. and clo-i Pills and Vermilui?e. as soon as nossible
Hew.es' Neive and Bone Liniment is the setj at 6 P. M. Admission Free. i Respectfully, J. D. JONES&CO.
At .the well known Furniture Ware;
Room, may be seen the finest assortment ofj HEW ARE OF THAT COUGH.
mo.et effectual cure for Rheumatism and
contracted cords and muctes..
. THE GRAY HAIRED will-find the
Indian Hair Dye pertect and effectual.
FOR WORMS Kolm.-tock's Vermi
fuge not Fahneslocle". will eradicate
and cure all children ami aduhs who have
worms. Caution. Rcware of all unless
the name is spelled Kolmstock's, the old
Dutch name of the inventor.
FOR COUGHS and Lung complaints
use Dr. Bartholomew's Pink Expectorant
SICK HE AD ACHE, though constitu
tional or incidental, is cured by Dr.
Snohn's Headache Remedy..''
LIN'S BAL VI OF CHINA, for the
cure of all diseases of man or beast that re
quire external application.
Sold wholesale by Comstock & Co. 21
Cortlandt st. New York by Geo How
ard, Tarboro- M: Wesson, Gaston F
S. Marshall, Halifax Bennrtt & Hyman,
Hamilton F. W.Moore, Williamston
and by one person in every village in U
States and Canadas. Wot; 9, 1847
For cou&hing denotes irritation in the
! throat or lu riff, which is Ihe immediate
Consisting of marble and mahogany top! precursor of h-flamalion, ' AbsresJ, Hron
Side boards, ladies' plain and fine marble dnjg Consumption and death. Now,
and mahogany top Dressing Bureaus, j tneie Is no ne, cl of cowghing at all. for
warn uones, inma t resses, oecreiaries, JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT will im-
-i i i. ...
anu DooB-cases, manure .n(T' U3ii-ianuh. i niPiila,f i - rp :PVft thft ronh. suhi ue the
Sofas, rocking C hairs, breakfast and j :pfl jm .:()n . cieanse the luncs and throat
ning Tahh s, French & curtain Bd-steads, , rrmn aj irritaiing or obstruc ting matter,
Windsor Rush and t aue bottom Chairs,
&c. &c. &c. ,
Having just RETURNED FROM
THE NORTH, with a splendid assort
ment of materials and the tips of Fashion,
with my workmen, 1 feel prepared to fur
nish my patrons as fine articles pf Furni
ture and as cheap, as they can be bought at
any of the Northern cities. Call nd ex
amine for yourselves F.' L BOND.
Proprietor &. Manager,
Ni xt door to Dr. Thomas Drug Store
... , - . f i ' rr
Court lUanks tmale
' AT TBM OFJTCE. ' ,
and fleet a speedy cure
Prepared only by Dr. D Jayne, Phila
delphia, and sold on agency by
GEO. HOW Ah D.
Tarboro', Nov. 9.
HORDES that have ring-bone, Spavin,
wind-galls, &c. ar cured by Roofs' Spe-
c.'Jic- and foundered horse en u rely cu
CORNS -the French plaster is a cer
tain cure. .
For sale by GEO. HO WAR Ik
Jan. 13, 1847.