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rrUR undersigned respectfully calls the at-
,tion df the public to the sp.enaiu, mgn.y
fl ashed New cale
Hose wood and .Hahogany
irtfhan entire 'east iron frame, handsomely car
wd and gilt this iro"n frame combines ihe en
tire instrument, prevents it from warping and
jilting out. of tune. For fifteen years have they
ien tried in Pennsylvania, Marylatid and Vir
ffji in, and some in constant use in Institutions,
hv I'rofcssors, and private families, and have
riven entire satisfaction; the climate change
.f Veaiher have little or no effect on the Instru
nl'tii3 the tone is powerful, brilliant and sweet.
itVhcipals of Academies, professors and mer
rhants will find it to their interest to purchase
j'jese Pianos. All instruments are warrantee.
Orders and letters will bo promptly answered
uml attended to. Respectfully,
Address, A. KUHN & CO. .
vt No. 85 North Green St., Bait.
LIST OF PRICES.
Pianos with m'talic plate in Rosewood o'
mahogany cases, f octave, from 180 to $250,
With iron frame, 225 to 300. GJ octave, 250 to
350. Gi -275 to 350. 7 octave, 300 to 500. 7
nctave, Grand Pianos, very powerful and bril
liant, hrcm 500 to $1000. Harps from 350 to
The above named Pianos are constantly man
ufactured with all the latest improvements, and
will be sold on the most accommodating termSi
"Any person wishing to purchase a Piano will
i;leasenotify-the subscriber, and a Piano will be
ani .hgre.by .A. K & Co. and if the instru
ment or price do not please they will be at no
c harge or expense for transportation of said Pi
UKU, JUUIVJIW, Tarboro',
! Patent Medicines, Sf.
TJ-RAY's Ointment, for tbe cure of white
- swellings, scrofula, sore legs, Sic.
HarrelPs febrifuge, or vegetable tonic,
4 cough mixture of carrageen moss & squills,
; 44 extract of sarsaparilla and blood root,
44 anti-biliou? tomato pills,
SappingtorTs anti-fever pills do. book on fevers,
doelicke's matchless sanative, for the cure of
consumption, coughs, colds, &e
Hielps's tomato pills Peters'o vegetable do,
Thomson's eye water, chemical opodeldoc,
Longley's great western Indian panacea,
Oil spike, British oil, Dateman's drops, laudanum
Paregoric, essence of peppermint, lemon, &c.
Harlem oil, castor oil, liquid ointment,
French planter to core corns, East India hair dye,
Compound chlorine tooth wash, fancy soaps,
Conncl's remedy for diseases of urinary organs,
Sherman's worm and headache lozenges,
Hull's cough lozenges, Hull's anti-fever pills
Hoof's founder ointment, for horses,
.Clements's vegetable tonic mixture,
Armstrong's do do
Evans's family aperient pills, Evans's tonic do
Turner's ague and fever and chill and fever pills,
Tyler's vegetable fever and ague pills,
Vistar's balsam of wild cherry, &c. &ci
For sale by Geo. Howard.
A FRESH SUPPLY OP
t Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills,
vegetable tonic and restorative bitters.
Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague Pills,
Dr. Murphy's sugar-coaled anti-bilious
v . Pills,
Ague and Fever Pills.
The above medicines are inferior to
hone one trial will convince.
For sale by Geo. Howard.
SU GAR, molasses, coffee, Apple and French
Brandy whiskey, Madeira and Malaga wine,
Lorillard'8 and OutcaltN Snuff, Candles
brown and fancy Soaps, Grouud pepper and
: 1. i .
powder, uap ana letter paper, ruled and un-
r . . . . ' r .. -
ruled, Steel pens and pen holders, &c. &c
For sale by GEO. HOWRAD
rJpHE subscriber has just received, tk
rect from New York,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Lobelia, green and brown2nd and 3rd Prepai
tion of do-myrrh, cayenne pepper, pond lily
Composition, bayberry, barberry, spice bitters.
Golden seal, poplar bark, slippery elm, hemlock
Nerve powder, nerve ointment, bitter root.
Cough powders, cough syrup, woman's frtem
Syringes of various sizes, No. 6, &c..&c.
uhicli he is enabled to sell at greatly
d uced prices. GE O. JO IVjj ni
Tarboro', June 23.
'0:.ir India i holauUi
Pic-B.g, o ..u,guf ... diiu i.ialler through its union with various ve-etahle
For sale by
Reduced tcrS ceiHs.
Vend ible Ague Medicine,
A safe and certain cure fbr Fevers of every de
Dr. Champion's anti-bilious pills
For sale by GEO. HOWARD.
Tarboro Nov. 9.
(g! ARSAPARILLA, Comstock's compound ex-
tract: there is no other preparation of sarsa
parilla that can exceed or equal this. If you are
sure to get Comstock's, you will fiud it superior
to all others. It does not require puffing.
Jlngical ' ain Extractor,
The most extraordinary salve ever invented for
the cure of new or old burns and scalds, and sores
and sore eyes. It has delighted thousandsi It
will take out all pain in ten minutes and no fail
ure. It will eure the piles, &c.
Indian fcgtlallc Elixir, a sure and safe remedy
for rheumatism, acute and chronic, gout, and all
the chronic pains of bones, joints and muscles,
arising from a too free use of mercury, &c.
Dr, Spohn's Elixir of Health fat the certain
prevention of -fevers or any general sickness, keep
ing the stomach in most perfect order, the bowels
regular, and a determination to the surface. Colds,
coughs, pains in the bo ies, hoarseness, and drop
sy, are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying.
Dr. JSpofuPs Agnr Tells warranted to cure if ta
ken according tc directions; thousands have in
one year been cured of ague and fever by them.
Dr. Eh?. celaiiul balm of China a positive cure
for the piles and all external ailings U internal
irritations brought to the surface by friction with
this balm; so in coughs, swelled or sore throat,
tightness of the chest, this balm applied on a fl.in
' '1 a t . I
ne' will relieve ana cure ai oncei 1 rsri wounus
or old sores are rapidly cured by it.
Li if s tcmperuitce bittern on the principle of sub
stituting the tonic instead of the stimulant princi
pie, which has reformed so many drunkards
The ecleiiratcd compound Vhlorins Tooth wash,
renowned fdr its efficacy in purifying ths breath,
and preventing the decay of teeth, and keeping
the gums healthy and sound.
Fo;.1. ' r.o nn ' .7.
rgllTi slarllincr drawback on nearly all medi
cal aoronts has ever been that in the ir jro
cess oT purgation and purification they have also
debilitated the svsTE.M. Hence purnntive me
dicines were regarded as at bes! but a 1 eerssarj'
evil, patients resorting to them for the relief of one
disease at the expense of anotheri To obviatr
this, physicians have long sought for an agent
that would at the same time purge, purify and
strengthen; but thpir Torts were nearly fruitless
i ano they' had almost despaired of success -when
the labrrrs of science, and research were rewarded
by a discovery which ,fully realized the fondest
desires of the medical faculty, and which is justly
regarded as one of the most important triumphs
that pharmacy has ever achieved. This import
ant desideratum is named
53 1 Ut JXofftt
Vegetable tJiii versa! i!Is,
which purify the blood and remove all corrupt and
vitiated humors, and unhealthy accumulations
from the body in a manner never before rivalled,
and which yet produce no weakness or lassitudi
whatever; but on the contrary, I ne the stomach
and invigorate the constitution dt:rinr nro-
I o I
, gress of their operations! Dr. Le Roy's pills in
fact unite those heretofore irreconcileable but
most desirable iualitie&, evacuation ai d tnvir0ra
tion; lor they are at tire same time a strengthening
purgative and a purifying tonici The two princi
pal ingredients in Dr. Le Roy's pills are
WILD CHERRY AND SARSAPAR1LLA,
so prepared that each promotes the beneficial elTc.t
of the other, the former si.rriarthpnm.T. wliilp tlm
Hnrrrmlionte ...t -r .1 " 1
rmgreaients, cvcuates and purifies: thus thev
superinduce no torpidity r lassitude of the diges
live .functions. & hence their operations are attend
ed by no reaction, or subsequent cosliveness.
Dr. Le Roy's pills are the most active and
searching medicine in existence. They at once
attack the very root 0! diseases, and their action
is soprn.npt, that in an hour or two after they are
taken i'ie patient is aware of their crnnA ofria.
Fhey not only operate on the blood, but also on
the chyle of which the blood is formed, and this
secures good blood from the fountain head; more
over they produce neither nausea, griping or debi
lity, and as a family medicine they have no rival.
Put up for the public with full directions by
J. HUBBARD & CO.
American Agents, New York.
For sab by Geo. Howard, Tarboro'.
March 23. .
Xdtn it ami prices of Dr. Jayne's
Family Jlediciues. viz; .
.fayne's Expectorant, per bottle, $1 00; Hair
"iiic, 1 00 tonic vermifuge, 25 cts. carminative
; 'Vim. 25 cts. sanative pills, per box, 25 cts.
..-neat, hair dye, 50 cts. alterative, 1 00; ague
. 1 . 1 0v For sale by GEO. HOWARD.
FRESH SUPPLY of Whitiemore's
j concentrated vegetable syrup, a sure
remedy for diarrhea and bowel complaint-also,
llemsley's worm-destroying syrup, '
I. " anti-mineral pills, ;
Whittemore's American plasters doi on paper,
Durkee's Green Mountain vegetable.Ointment,
-' For sale by Geo. Howard.
THE subscriber Jias Just received a fresh sup
ply of 7Y.V Ware, manufactured at Washington,
in this State, viz:
Lard Stands of various sizes, buckets do do,
Coffee pots do do, measures do do, wash tasi:s
Lanterns, scoops, milk strainers, culenders,
Oil cans, pepper boxes, cups, dish pans, &c.
(Tj'Orders for gutters, conductors, and tin
wareofeverv description, will be attended to
forthwith. Geo. Howard,
Tarboro', March 7
THE Subscriber continues to act as
m'Sgent for Pensioners
At Fayetteville, North -Carolina;
Charges moderately for his services; furnishes
all desired information, and supplies all neces
sary Cla iks without charge
J WIN M.1CRJ1E.
January 18, 1850.
i'Vosai Iuieiii Co Hueky llotitil.
Til V) subscriber has taken the rontractXor car
ryinp ihe mail from Haleigh to Kocky Mount,
and will place on the line conif rtable stages
goo.l hordes and careful drivers, and will run it
to connect with the cars on the Wilmington Rail
Iload, and with his stage line from Rocliy Mount
10 N as.liii)gton he will
fi'Juce the Fare a follows?'
From Raleigh to Eagle Rock, $1 00
Rocky M not.
Trunk, of ordinary size and weight, $1 50
art of the way in propmticn S'linl! pa.kages, -2C
ents boxes and bcudles agr' ab'y to size and
T: unks. packages &,. must be deposited at
'he above places d tl.e freij. hi paid, cr the sub
scriber will n t I e responsible fir iheir safety
For seats, &c apply to I. Varbrouch, Ral
eigh T. R. Debnam, FapleRnck A. .1. Foste',
Wakefield D. S. Crenshaw, Stai l ope R. U.
Freeman, Nashville W L- Quails, Rocky
Mount. GEO. IIOiV.l-BD.
Tarbnro, April 11, 1819
'To Farmers antt IZairtniat,
I'atcnt double acthi rotary
For sale bv
B andrcth Pills
for sale by Geo. Howard.
7V the rnhlic.
fWWl fA concurrent testimony of men of integrity
and worth is the best evidence we can have
of any fact o which we have no cognizance our
selvesi The great advantages possessed by this
article over every other, are its certainty, safc
ty, convenience and economy. All physicians
admit that great danger is to be apprehended from
drugging the eye when in an inflamed and unheal
thy state. Inthenseof this salve this objection,
is entirely removed, as no harm can possibly re
sult from its use: it being in all cases applied to
the external portions of the eye, thereby avoid
ing all the inconvenience, pain and danger, which
necessarily attend the introduction of any pungent
article into the eye. Its activity in subduing in
flammation is so great that but few cases require
the use of more than one bottle to eflecta perfect
cure. One physician remarked to us, after hav
ing witnessed its effects in several instances, that
it was a "perfect fire killer." We might
multiply reasons why this salve should be prefeit
red above every thing else in the treatment of dis
eases of the eye, but we prefer it should stand on
its own merits. All we ask is that its virtues be
thoroughly tested, and that the directions be strict
Every bottle of the genuine salve has the name
MITCHELL'S EYE SALVE,
blown in the sides of the botile, and the written
signature of the proprietor, D. Mitchell, on, the
outside wrapper. , D. MITCHELL.
Perry, Wyoming county, N. Y.
. ALSO, Dr. Gordon's vegetable anti biliou
farrily pills, and Dr. Tyler's ague & fever pills. '
For sale by : GE O. HO 1V&RD.
Raleigh Book Bj
John SI. Ste Carteret
. . , , ...... " - -
RETURNS his grateful acknowledgments to
the public for the very liberal patronage 'which j
has been extended- to him, and respect tdliy an
nounces that he still continues the business of
Book-Binding in all its forms, in the City of
Raleigh, where it is conducted, as heretofore,
The North aroliha Hook Store,
where every material and instrument necessary
for binding, re-binding, repairing, will bekcpl
coustantly on hand, and all work entrusted to
him will be promptly and faithfully executed,
in as substantial a manner, as elegant a style, and
upon as reasonable terms, as it can be done any
where. ,' ;
He will also execue to order, all kinds of
bound, in plain or fine style to suit . purchasers,;
which canot be su -passed by the Norther
work, viz. Ledgers, Journals, Day liooks, Re-!
cord Books, Invoice, Cash, Letter Books, &ci j
All orders will be executed with neatness and ;
despatch, and the patronage of the publicis res
A liberal disc Hint for cash
Raleigh, August 15th. 1819.
(jBooks, &c sent to, or left with, LJeoi How
arl, of "arb.ro will be forwarded with des
II. F. Hibbard & Co.'s
lid Ciicn y ilitlt i
THIS preparation is a certain sedative allay
ing all nervous excitability and calming nervous .
irritation palpitation of the he.ut dizziness iof
die head faintiness and all diseases arising1
frjni a sympathetic affection of the stomach, are
entirely relieved by a few doses of these bitters.
i :rcasai ni lialm.
For the cure of all diseases of the skin, burns
and scild-s, canker of the mouth, cleansing the
teeth, mis, bruises and sprains also an excellent
arliclc for shaving.
. R. F, IIIBBAHD'S
I'tgt lnblt i' unity rills
These pills have been long known to lhe pro
prietors, and an experience of more than twenty
ye its eaailes them 10 speak with the utmost as
surance ef their medicil virtues.
Car mi native naive
Originally prepared by the Rev. B. Hibbard
This salve is one of the valuable remedies known
for felons, biles, pain ul ulcers, &c.
For sale inTarboro' by Geo. Howard.
If. OF TANNIN, or leather restorer, a new
chemical discovery, which penetrates the
stillest and hardest leather, i hap been twenty
years in use; and if tears easily with the lingers,
itimspart at once a strength that is utterly ncre
dibHe enti! s-een.
Horses that have nn bone, spavin, wind gaif&,
&Ci are cured by Roof's Specific; and foundered
horses entirely cured by Roof's- founder ointment-
Com the French plaster is a sure cure.
Dr ConneC gonorrhea mixture, an invaluably
Care for all diseases of the urinary organs.
Firsalehy GEO, HOWARD
Tarboro', Nov. 9.
Horses, fyc. for hire.
f jl HE sub'-'- .oer continues to keep horses and
vehicles for hire. on the following
TERMS PER DAY :
?or carriage, two horses, and drivef, . $5 00
,, carriage and harness, - 2 00
,, barouche, two horses, and driver,' ;- 4 00
,, barouche and harness, - I 50
carryall, two horses, and driver, 3 50
carryall and harness, :' 1 .00
fetlgSy anl horse, - 2 -00
' 1 buggy and harness, - 0 75
horse, saddle and bridle, - 1 25
horse,. - x 1 qq
, horse and cart, 1 25
,, Cart and g-ear, - 0 25
,, Horse and plough, - - - 1 00
,, plough and gear, - 0 25
Wagon and dray, by contractt
The above charges are for an ordinary day's
travel longer or shorter distances, by contract.
April 13. GEO, HOWARD.
'JpiIE subscriber has just received a
'quantity of Cotton Yarn, different'
umbers, which he will sell very low
- . f or cash .w barter
Persons desirous of purchasing cheap,
vill do well to call and see.
Life Tills and Svuhix R;:,.
Tlicse Medicines hnv,
I'm for a period
he for - a - pecod or FlFtE"EN Y15 ! A ?
dunns: that tim havo m;t.tuuiul :l ;i k and
IN HAWY THOUSArjDs
of certificated instances, they have even !
ufferers from the :very verge of an untimelJ
after all the deceptive nostrums of ihe da., F'
terly failefJ; and to : many Uiousauds th0'v n I
permanently secured that uniform eii'iovi- '
health, without which life itself U k". 11
blesRinsr. So ereat, indeed, Ims their .ft? 'V
n ably a ltd iniaihbiy jroveut t!iut it has
... . -. , .... . . .. -
scarcely less than miraculous to thos Who
acquainted with the beautifully phi!.s phiC;t
ciples upon which they are compounded,
which they consequently act. It Wa's tQ
manifest and sensible action in purifyi;j? VAQ g t.
and chauuels of life, and enduing thom wifh1 '
newed tond and vigor, that they wero indebt r
their name. 11 'r '
Unl;ke the host of pernicious quackeries v-i
lo;wt of vegetable ingredients, the Upg yrtj !
CINES are Pre!y and solely vegetable ; iSS?' I
tain neither MerCUTy, or Antimony, nor juu' !
nic, llor anJ olber mineral, in ny locm whf ?5' :
" w " 1 irornr'.
and nowerful plants, the virtues of whiok .1
Ion? known to several Indian tribes, and VJT' t
to some erniueut pharmaceutical chemists,
gether unknown to the ijrnorant pretp'rulp!
medical science ; and were never before ndm,
tered m so nappily etncacious a cembinatiori.
The first operation is to loonen from the coats
Uie stomach and bowels tbe various iinpuritifn
crudities constantly settling round them; audi,
remove , tbe hardened faeces which collect m m '
convolutions of tho sma'il intestines. ()tier
cineacttly partially clwause .these, and leare gj,,'i
collected masse behind to produce habitual Cos,t ve
ness, with all its traia .of .evils, or sudden Diarrhnt
with its imminent dangers: This frtct is vrell
known to all regular anatomists who examine (j.
IJlliijmi inHVio oin i uum , uuu u live 1116 pfpi
dice of these well iuformcd men againsuWV
medicines of the ago. -.The second eTe"t t v'h
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES u
cleanse tno kidneys aud the bladder ; aud, bv tba
means, tbe liver and lungs, the heahhful action of
which entirely depends upon the regularity of
urinary organs. The blood, whicli takfs its '
color from the agency of -tbe liver aud luup,befj-,
it passes inlo the heart, bei- gtbus purified by thoij,
aud nourished by food coming from a ideau stoiiKci,
course freely throagh the veijis, renews every
of the system, and triumphantly mounts the bauag
of health iii the blooming check.
The following are among the distressing v iri-d
or human diseases in which the VEGETABIj
LIFE MEDICINES are well known to be mij.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing tlie first
aud second stomachs, and creating a flow of pm
healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kiud
FLATULENCY, Loss of AP1ttie, lharlhnri
llnuLtche, Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety,1
L'inguor, and Melancholy t which are ihegenerj,'"
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a iiatnral
consequence of its Cure.
CpStivenesS, hy cleaasing th whole length rf
. tho intestines with a solvent process, and without
violence : ail violent purges leave the bowels cosin
within two days.
Diarrhoea and Cholera, by removing t
sharp acrid fluids by which these corrwlaiuts w '
occasioned, and by premotiag the lubricative s?cs.
tion of the mucous membrane.
Fevers ot" ah" kinds, y testoring the i!oc;ltoi ,
regnlur.circulation, through the proces
ration in surh esvr?. '.ind tho thorough solutioiitf
all intstin tl obst'Met;oM in otbera- !
The Lik-:: rimcinrs hare been known!!
RHEUMATISM permanently in thrw '
weeks, und (iOU J' in hulf that time, by reinoviif1
local inflauiinaUon from the muscles and m t
of the joints. -
Dropsies ,J' a" kinds, by freeing and stmli.,
ening the kidneys aud bladder, they operate mm!
delightfully on these important organs, and bew
have -ev-er been found a certain remcJy fur tie
worst cr.cs sf (5U AVE L.
Also WonHS, hy dislodging from the turuluj
of the bowels ttie slimy inatttr to win li ti) .
Asthma and Coiisiimptioa, i-y r--::evi .zSt
air vessels of the lungs fiom tine mucous whu-iieTi
slight oo'dn will o'jcasiou, and whHi,, if n-t re
moved, become- hardei'iwl, and prodiiros thess
Scurvy, Uleers, and Inveterate
the peiiVct pslriiy which theso LIFE JkEDr"
CINES Z've to Uie blood, and all the hi, :: !.
Scorbutic Eruptions - and Bad Complsx-
iOHS, by their alterative eiTect Upon t.'ie f i m. 1 i
feed the skin, and the morbid state of vvhicii -cca-
sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloud;.-, d
ether disagreeable complexions.
The use of these Fills for a very short tiiw31
efiect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and
striking improvement in the clearness of the skis. ,
COMMOX COLDS and INFLUENZA wl j
always be cured by one dose, or by two ereu ia t
rh worst casea. d
'PTT.'Ca A.r rerrxvlu for t bis most i?'Z
and obstinate malady, the VEGETABLE II"
mmm 1 m.m,f a VXAI Mi iJ ' -
A WXAI AiW " ' w , 1
rocoiiimendation. It is well known to h unto 11
MKnilMNRS dABArvA n distinct and
thiscity, that the former proprietor of thw rajs'
able Medicines was himself afflicted wiili m
complaint for upwards of thirty five years'.
that he tried in vain every remedy presort
ivfthm the whole compass of the Materia M1
lie however at length tried the Medicine whicb
now offered to the public, and he was cured u
very short time, after his recovery had btfnP-
nounced net only unpiobable, but absolutely"8'
possible, bv any human means.
FEVER AND AGUE
For this scourge of the western couutf?
Medicines will be found a safe, speedy, and cr
tmedv. Other medicines leave thesyswa
ject to a return of.tlio disease a cure by lJ
medicines is permaneut TRY THEM. Bt-
T1SFIED, AND BE CURED.
Bilious Fevers and Liver Complain
General Debility, Lom of lT'
Diseases or Fkmalen these m.'ici" mellt
used with the most beneficial results to c"sps -u
description King'b Evil, and Scsorcii. w
worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerfui a ci
tnese remarkable Mediciues. Qt&
Nbrvous Debility, Nervous CoMruiv9 ,f
kinds, Palpitation or the Heart, I1
Colic, are speedily cured.
paired by the injudicious use of Meici rY' t
Uiese .Mediciuea a perfect cure, as the) j
to eradicate from he system' all f
Mercury infinitely sooner than tiie n'031 P, f
preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single f
-place them beyond the reach of conipeii"0"'
estimation of every patient. r,T
BE CAREFUL OF COUNTERFU
Several have lately been discovered, aii y
nefarious authors arretted, both ia tha city '
York aud abroad: "
Buy of no one who is not an i'T1
. Prepared and sold by Dr. W D- MOFJA"
y FOR SALE BV J
' Geo: Howard.
November 23, 1849.
dinary and imnu awte power of rstori . Mrar)r'
health, to persons HtiflVriin; u-id-T ur'irU, '"'''t
of dse&sf to whicti tim hi
For sale by : Geo. Ho1
I Tarboro', Nov. 3. L