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plank Road police.
inOK of Subscription to the Green
Land Rakign P,:ink Road Company,
1 ,l nn ihn Is! Haw nf Tmiiarv
11 n junt" - j
nj remain open for thirty days, at
lolloping P via.-
oi jolin flyers, u. r. navens,
. - ii n ri
s K. H0'1 Hanks and Joseph
Vi' GRKENVILLE, under
' (1f Goold lloyt, Charles G
:i :elet. VVm.
Bernard S'. and
vf the TOWN of WILSON, under
ljrcciion of Jonathan Kountree, John
Liner and Barron C. Watson.
EAGLE ROCK, under the direc
ton of - R eDnam Wm. H. Hood and
f RALEIGH, under the direction
fXhomas I) Hogg VVm. Ii. Jones and
ifflcs T. Mariat.
Amount of shares $25.
Two Dollars on each share to be paid
subscribing. JOHN MYERS.
JAS. E. UOYT.
B F HANKS.
B. F. HAVENS.
Washington, N. C., 27 Dec. 1850.
Fern lie seminary.
A H. 11 Y. I . . ,
j. A. RAY, S "c'Pa,s-
MissE W Curtis, Instructress on
Piano, a-ul in Vocal Music.
Miss R S. Faira'L, instructress on
Guitar, and in Vocal Music, Drawing and
Painting. Calisthenics, &.C
Other assistance us it may be necessary.
The Spring Session of 1851. (the 17th
iiuler the present Principals,) will com
mence on Monday the 6th ot January.
The Tiustecs arc highly gratified to he a
blc to announce to the publicthat hereaf
ter the undivided attention of both of the
Principals will be devoted ;o the interests
cf this Institution Mr Ray having re
inquihcd a profitable and -successful
Male School, in order to add his personal ;
efforts to those of the fornier very efficient '
corps of Teachers, in m.iking this all that
a good Female Institution ouh' to he
me uoint recommend with very great
y V m
connuenrc, the L.ouisburg 1 1 male Semi- j
nary to the patronage of the public. For)
etiapnes soundness ol instruction, im-
partiality and fi.lelity in teaching, high
toned Moral and religious influences, and
strictness in regulating the expenditures
of pupils, this Institution will compare
successfully with any in the State In
nnint f 1. -.1.1- . I T1 . 1
i u, ..rami me ioaru give it as their
deliberate opinion that this village is not
surpassed hy any location in the central
portion of the State, and in support of this
opinion they may add, that among the
hr&e number of pupils from the Eastern
Part of the State, the re ha. not been a
tath in the eight years during which-'he
Academies have been under the govern
ment of the present Principals; and there
tore been, for several vears, but very few
C3sof sickness requiring the attention
cfa Physician: and thev understand from
e sources, that for the last
"r vears medical hills among: the. pupils
f,abeen nearly unknown, and through
ut the entire community there has been
M interrupted good health
Circular prepared by the Principals.
se!tl forth in detail the government.
0,rs; of Studies, text bbok.s, prices, &c.
c vilt b, issued soon, and sent on nppli
111 all who may feel interested in
minutiae of the School economy which
vl1 observed and practised here.
tyorrW of the Board.
T. K. THOMAS, Secretary.
. "ec-5lh, 1RS0
1 'TG 'Associated with me Mr. Jno.
Sunders, of Petersburg, Va., an expe-
a , wrkman in the various styles of
CUire' I would announce to the
'inatftveare prepared to contract
le buildine Of nlain nr nrnamnnlal
l i es' public buildings, churches. &e.
11 i style and finish to defy competi
We will either contract by the job
1 J)T llic day.
THO MA V OB ERR Y
a'boro Dec 21. 1849.
jteOak Bbl Staves
IK u vlersigned wishes to buy W.
i)i,MJ)1 S'VeS for whirh he wi!1 Pay the
le' .-narket price for a good article.
w . W..H. WILLARD.
Tar boro' a(iemy
THE Examination will take place on
the 10th and llth inst and a. new session
of 5 months will begin on the 1st Mon
day in January, 1851.
There will be an Examination of the
Music Class on Wednesday evening (11 .)
By order of the Trustees,
T R:fr M. B: OTVENt Prints.
Dec. 3, 1850.
6 times, Aurora copy.
Warren ton, c.
THE ninth Term of this school will
commence on the 15th of January 1851
and terminate the first week in November.
TERMS AS FOLLOWS PER SESSION OF 5
Music on Harp and use of instru
ment, Music on Piano and use of instru
ment, Mu sic on Guitar and use of instru
Drawing and tainting,
Painting in oil colors,
Washing and Fuel,
Useful and Ornamental Needle work free
No extra charge whatever will be'madr.
Hooks, Stitionary &.c, furnished at the
lowest retail prices.
It is particular! v desirable that pupils
should be present a the Commencement
of the session, as studies will then be ar-
ranged and classes formed.
All articles of clothing must be marked
with the owners name in full "
, . i, .
..... ...... .., w
desire it DANIEL TURNER
Warrenton. Dec. 18 1850
ALL persons interested in John Pitt's
trust are requested to appear at the Clt: k
aIid Master's office in the town of Tartar-
iough. on Tuesday, the 14th of Jam:':
KENELM II LEWIS, C. M E
Dec. 20th, 1850. Price adv s5l,25
To 1 otton Grower-.
THE undersigned wishes to purchase
Cf.tton. for "which he will pay withina
shadc 0f New York prices
W. H WILL HI).
Washington, N. C 16th Dec 1S50
Cheese and Bntt r
210 Hoxes very superior dairy Cheese,
5 Kegs dito. Butter,
Just received for .ale low by
W. H. WILL A HD,
Washington, Dec. 7ih. 1S50
228 Bbls. Flour. Pine and superfine,
75 Mess Pork.
Just received for sale by
W H WILLARD.
Washington, Dec 7th. 1850
THE Subscribers have now on
their supply of
Heavy Gunny and German, bagging
Best Kentucky Hemp and 'ube rope
all for sale at unusually low prices
PITTMAN 8r CUTIIBERT.
Petersburg, Va. August, 1850.
Thomas L. Liddon,
.BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER,
INFORMS the citizens of Martin and the
adjacent counties, that he has
Removett to Hamilton,
And is fully prepared to execute all jobs in
his line of business that may be entrusted
to him. He has competent workmen in his
employ, and can give satisfactory assuran
ces, that all work entrusted to him will be
executed expeditiously and in a workman
like manner. References.
Jo. TValdo, Hamilton,
TVm. Norjleet, Tarboro,'
Baker Staton, Edgecombe Co.,
Goold Hoyt, Greenville.
Hamilton, April 3, 1859. .
Flake and Scrape
TURPENTINE makers, desirous of
contracting for the above named articles,
will find it to their interest to call on, or
communicate with the undersigned:
TVM II WILLARD.
Washington, N. C, Oct. 1st, 1850.
THE UNDERSIGNED has in Store,
received per late arrival from Baltimore,
New York and Boston, a large
Stock of (xootl.
which he will sell at very low prices for
cash, or on approved credit: Consisting in
23 hhds. good retailing molasses,
1 5 tierces t. u
GO bags Rio and Laguayra Coffee,
S hhds. P. R. and N 0. Sugar,
15 bbls. and boxes of crushed, powdered
and loaf do
200 bbls. New York Flour,"
100 Western-Mess Pork,
175 ' Whiskey.-Rum, and Gin,
75 " Butter. Sugar, Soda and Pi.
35 boxes Candles, warranted to give
50 Osgood's Family Soap,
50 kegs Powder,
150 bags Shot,
2(s0 reams Wrapping Paper,
-.5 ' F. C. and Letter do.
150 kegs Nails 4s to 20s inclusive,
2r boxes 5s and 8s 'Tobacco
TV. 11 WILLARD.
Washington, N C, Oct. ,1st, 1850
1 Roanoke Plantation.
HAVINti .determined to move South,
1 now offer for sale my very valuable
plantation on Roanoke River, lying seven
miles above Gaston, five miles from the
Petersburg Rail Road, and twenty one or
nun is in uiu "uuiu y ji wi I iijiii n in .
but within one mile of the confines of the
( ouuties ol N anen. Halifax, ami ISiuns-
including more than ha'f of Pughs Island,
which is classed with the best land i,. the
State for the growth of Corn and Wheat.
The uphinds are exceelinly well adapted
?t tl;e e;ii; i v.ition of Tobacco. The Res
idence ij,rjo;i th'.- Lnd is one of the most
beautiful and el;:gint. the ituation Iwiiiij
H . H
inft rior to none in its general appearance
O dy one tr.iie from the dwelling there is
a Mineral Spring (belonging to the tract,)
and i' is considered in its properties by i
all those who have drank of its waters
ooual with that of Shocco or Jones' White
Sulphur. I consider it useless to say more,
as those who wish to purchase will come
and examine for themsf Ives. I am ex
ceedingly aaxious to sell, therefore feel
willing to make a considerable sacrifice.
BKNJ. A DICKENS.
Chc-nut Hill. N. ( Oct 17.
P S Persons wishing to purchase can
learn the terms &c by addressing me at
Marianna, Florida I) A. 1).
JYew fioartfing house
jirw. r,. x rin,
WOULD respectfully inform the pub -
lie, that she has taken the House lately
occupied by Mrs Swann, as a Boarding-!
House, and having had it thoroughly re-!
paired, and fitted with new and handsornej
furniture throughout, she will fce enabled
to accommodate-a number of transient or j
permanent Boarders in the best manner, j
The House is as pleasantly situated as any
and a number of her best rooms will be
rcsCrved for the accommodation of trari-
sient visiters She can confidently be
speak the patronage of those desirous of
obtaining a Boarding House of t he first
! class, as she flatters herself that her ar
rangements cannot be surpassed for com-
! fort and convenience, and no exertion
will be spared calculated to add to the
happiness and contentment of her guests.
The House is now open tor the recep
tion of permanent orxlay boarders. For
terms, apply to Mrs. Ford.
Nov. 15, 1850. :
Bacon and Lard
FOR SALE at -the 'store of
" J J. Pippenfy Son.
Tarboro Jane 13, 1850.
Purify II) Bloob.
The best Family Medicine now before the public.
It has been computed, tliat during the last
twenty years, three millions of persons have
annually been benefited by the use of
these Medicines; a fact which spooks volumes
in favor of their curative properties a single trial
will place them beyond tlie reach of competition in
the estimation of every, patient. By their nse the
blood is restored to a pure and healthy state, freed
from all impurities. The system is not reduced .
during their operation, but invigorated, and they'
require no restraint from business or pleasure.
The afflicted have in Moffat's Life Pills
and Phoenix Bitters, a remedy that will do
for them all that medicine can possibly, etfect.
The genuine of these medicines are now put up
with a tine steel engraved wrapper and labels,
and copy right secured according to the laws of tho
Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New
For sale by
Geo. Howard, Tarboro'..
CAN SILK FACTORY
I WOULD beg leave to inform
! Merchants &c , that 1 manufacture
j and is f cj superior quality
and will sell as cheap as they can be pur
chased in any of the Nor.hern Cities,
and one cent per pound less than they
can be purchased in Peteisburg of any
commission house or ftore, with the ex
cept'nm of my agents, of as good quality.
Orders left at the Factory, or with
Messrs. Watkms & Morton, merchants,
r T I t. IO . , 1
. . c -n i ,1 i r n
act as agents for me, will be thankfully re
, . . n tt i i
Petersburg Va , Nov. 12,150
THE undersigned will advance in Cash,
three-fourths ($) of the market value
h -re of Corn." Cotton, and Naval Stores.
, -4 , -4. u.
denosiled with him for shipment to his
friend J. G. WTil!iams; Esq., New York.
W II WILLARD.
Washington, N.C. 17th Nov. 1849.
To Tifirpentine makers
WE WISH to contract for flake scrape
Turpentine, to be delivered next fall and
winter, for which we will give a liberal
price. JOHN MYERS-SON
Washington, 19th Aug. 1S50,
Land for Sale.
THE Subscriber is desirous to sell his
lands and plantation whereon he now
lives, in Edgecombe county, about thre
miles southwest of Sparta, lying on a
swamp called John's Branch, adjoining
; Peter Evans, Edward Cobb, and Jonas J.
Carr's lands, containing ;
As subject to improvement as any piney
land whatever, with a prospect of about
two hundred barrels of turpentine per
year for a few years. Any person that
would like ; to purchase such a situation.
j mfly 3pply to the subscriber. Payments
will be made easy.
JAMES NOR VILL.
August 26th, 1S50. ,
Don't you Want to ride?
THE subscriber keeps constantly on
hand, a large variety of vehicles compris
Buggies Barouches, &c.
of every style and finish.
He also manufactures to order any de
scription of vehicles, from an ox cart to a
fine carriage, in a style not surpased in
this country, and at prices as low as can
be afforded anywhere
Ilcalso carries on a large harness man
ufactory -sets of harness from $12$ to
Vehicles of every description repaired
at short notice and on reasonable terms.
Th subscriber will attend the Courts
of Edgecombe, and be prepared to make
contracts as above, on favorable terms.
Greenville, Pitt Qo. Julj, 1&5T.
W a Vch Clock, and
HAVING employed a very superior
German workman by the year, I would
nost respectfully inform the public, that
hey can have their -
W:itclicsn. Arc. repaired.
At my shop in Tarboro', in a style equal
o and as cheap as they can be done else
a here. - . .
warrant my work j or twelve months
thus my patrons, have the advantage
ver those that send their Watches at a
distance, by having the opportunity of
having them overhauled and repaired freo
f charge, should there be any deficiency
the previous work, which must aome
lines happen to the best workmen.
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
Jl select assortment of Jewelry '9
Vs cheap as can be bought elsewhere, .
JO. S PENDER.
Tarboro', June G, 1S50.
Virs. M. L. PcnderT
SVOULD respectfully , inform me citi
zens, of Cdgecombe and the surniuuding .
counties, that she has just returned from
the North with a handsome and well as
sorted collection of
llillincry isiul Fancy rt ides,
Her thanks are due to those who have
heretofore patronized her, and she hopes
by strict attention to her business lo merit
the patronage of those who may call on her.
Bonnets, Dresses, (ops. fyc.
Made at the shor'est notice, and in tho
neater and most fashionable manner.
Tarboro', Oct 15, 1850. -
The school at I la m i ! t oh
Mr. J II. HORNER resumes chargo
of the School at Hamilton. -the 2nd Mon
day in January next.
The course of instruction in the Classic
al Department will be, as heretofore strict
ly preparatory to the University.
Board in the Principal's family and
tuition per session nf five months. $55.
The charges for tuition will be lt
312 50. glO.
The Female School,
Under the charge of Miss E. S. Lover
lNG,-will commence the 1st Monday in
January. P P. CLEMENTS Seo.
Hamilton, October, 1850.
DEALER in Marble Monuments
Head and Foot Stones; Paint Stones; Im
posing do ; and in short, any article called
for of either Italian, Egyptian, or Ameri
can Marble; and work warranted to please
or no sale; and if damaged before delive
ry, it is at his expense
(jo0rders left with Geo. Howard,
Tarboro', will be attended to forthwith.
March 15, 1849. .
acfjt SstiJffcrftJtr :
RESPECTFULLY informs the citi
zens of Edgecombe and adjoining
counties that he carries on the
TAKE OREi B US VE S S ,
at the old Stand next door to the Post
Office, where will be found a choice assort
(and all articles in his line of business,)
which he is prepared to make up, 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 call,
that none shall go away dissatisfied. Cut
ting, done at the shortest notice.
N.' B Always on hand a few select
articles of ready-made clothing of his own
manufacture. JAS. ME H EG AN.
Tarborough, January 1.
Br itlgc.Buil fling.
JpERSONS desirous of having bridges
built, either on the plan of driving
the posts or by mud sillsj are informed
that they can be accommodated, on mod
erate terms, by apply'ng to the subscri
ber, who has under his direction negro
ELI, who has had considerable experi
ence in that business, and is fully prepared
to undertake such jol.
COFVIELD KING. .
rarboro', N. C.pcc. 1, 1S4S
JUST RECEIVKD, a lor of primp
For sals hj 39. Car5