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TJi - t V ri KliWw.Jl' Jtr 'c I R. E.iHibbara .ip. s if iliervy IHlteV89 . nabandohlng the principles which ibey have hither- . . .. I to FJllHIS preparation is a Certain Sedative vtt Having all nervous excitability and r . -,ori7nn irritntinn n.ilnitntinn nf 031171 1 - - - - - -j- I ihc heart dizzinessof the head faintiness i .11 rWfrnm Vmrviifcrtio . -i, w l 1- . .. i aflect .on. of the stornach, are entirely relief veil by a lew noses oi tnese timers. . , jn V'WQ flffHfVf IT jflfttl, . : . i. burns and scalds, canker of the month, cleansing the teeth, cuts, bruises & sprains also an excellent article for shaving. U. F. IIIBHARD'S ftp; table Itimihj, fills These pills have been long known to the proprietors, and an experience of more J tlian twenty years enables them to speak with the Utmost assurance or their medical 1 Carminative 'SrilveH 'Originally prepared by the Rev. B Hibbard. This salve is one of the valuable remedies 'known 'Tor felons, biles, -painful ulcers, &c. -Forsale in Tzrhoro'lhy 'Gco,Howard. September 7, 1847. f ' ' APPUOVED Patent Medichic&9'$d. ,E393- RAY's Ointment,Torrthe cure of white swellings, scrofula, sore legs, &c. Harrell's.febriA ge, or. vegetable ionic, . cousjb mixture of ca'ragee raos& squills. extract of sirsaparil;a and blood root, anti-bili u tomato pills, Ss4pington's anti-fever, pills doi book on fevers, CJoelicke's matcbless sanative, sr the cure ot consumj-tion, C(ughs, colds, &c -Plielps's tomato pills - Peters's vgeiable.dx, Tboinson's eyeAvater, chetnical opodeldoc, Loii'j'e,i5. jrreal western l adian panacea, OP ? pi Ice, Ornish oil, BteinaiTs drops, laudanum PaMgnric, eserrcc pepperMiint, lemon, &c. Harlem ril, castor oil. liquid ointment, Frencli pla ter toe re eorn, Mast India' hair dye' Compound chlorine t.'-otn w,ih. f tncy soaps, C.tnneVsi' remedy for riise.es cf urinary organs, Sherman's worm and' headache lozenges; ? Thill's rf.ujfh lozenges, tiull. anti-fever pills, Rf.ot 's founder .mtinent. fr horses, Cleaient's vegetable tonic miSture, Arrutro g's do do Evuis's-ftiuiily aperient-pills, Evans's tonic do Turner's ajue and fever anrt chill and fever pills, Ty er8 ve; table fever and ague pills, Wistar's bUsam f wild cherry, &zc. &d f. . , ' v , ALSO j : .. : !J)R. MURPIlS sugar-coated vegcta 'ble anti-fever pills, Dr. Murphy's sujrar-coated anti-bilious pills, ' l)r. Hull's- vegetable fever & aaue fc. anti-fever do 2 ;';, nudicaied cough lozenge3, )r.i Speac.er's vegetable cathartic jhIU, vege.tabJe-tytJic and restorative bitters Porsale by - Geo. Howard. Tarboro', March 13. FOB PUBLUHISO AT "VaSHIN(TON, D. C. During tue approaching Prcideniial canvass, , A WEEKLY PAPER, ENTITLED To be cxclBHively devoted to the advocacy and dissemuianon 6f democratic principles, and tho supports the noKU.ee,fr.the Presidency, of the National Democratic Convention, .wbich w 11 1 convene at Baltimore in May nexU The subscribers propps'to "commence, on the i 16th -f May, a -oanrpaiirn paper under the title; i ..''.'"' ? . . " abt-ve, anu 10 connnne ine same, weekly, for the term of - six months preceding election, which is to take placin November next, ili.mc I'JCJimt'i.wcii ' -Thepaperwili bedevoted exclusivelyto the dfcirs-1 8iou & -advocacy of democratic principles & rnea 8ures, nd, pledged "to the support of the caj&di- oatea vk may pe presented 1or the suttrageft ot , the Ameri-cati people for the two biff best -offices in ! their gift, by the National -Democratic Oonvention'npehbPd ul4eJmigly espoused the cause of bur which will HFsemble in Baltimore in 'May next. J enemy, and opposed and IradHoed the cause of In unnouiicing our intention to publish a cr- dieir couinlry. paigu paper, in a form so cheap as to place it with- L If th6$$3$rhall succeed'in (he approach in the power of every one to have a copy, to be j ing contest, alrereat measures will be over exelusively devoted to the sup.p&rt of the nr inci- Hirown; aRkfikftfai-tfatik and an uniust ami nn. pies of tho great party to which it is our pride and ' pleasure to belong, we deem it also our duty to ! apprize our democratic friends, that in iut opinion, the approaching contest is destined to be waged on the part of our opponents with a degree of des peration and recklessness unprecedented in our political, history. The ostracism ; the federal (or . jvhich is the same, modern whig) -party from office alu.nst from the organization of tbe government it) s the present time-which is but the result of a be het on the part of the American peoplr ot the Hos tility of the leaders of that party to the great prin ciples of justice and liherty which li, at the foun dation of our institutions, anl of lheir wanl o patriousm, as manifested by their rcprehensih't not to say treasonable, conduct towards ihV country and government in e,ery contest With ' ,oreign nation in which it has been compelled engage-has so stung and maddened theui id de peration, aS to induce them to lay aejd a f i . otic prin&ipte and alldepnt regard for the inteli,. ence of, the people iifahe contests 'which the have, for the last twelve years, waged for the n0 session of office and power. Hence we now be- Hold the sorry and disreputable spectacle exhibited niiieVo avowed and insisted upon as the only true prin- ciple8 on which the government should be admin- istered, and deserting the man who has, for more than a auarter of" a century been their botd, able i - 510(1 eloquent leader, ever sharing m their defeat ne enjoying neirniw oi vicmry.m ine lor lorn bore that thry may rally successfully under a milUaT fehieriain, who has gained all hi, laurels a war vvhi(.h lhpy have denounced and opposed land who sprn their support, when tendered as a nartv, to which tjoth he and thev belo -g. It is uch a pnrtyroverwhelmed with a lowering load of unpopular principles, and branded and stigma tiled by the sentence of po.pular condemnatifn for conduct as partisans, which ha rendered their cause anl their party appellation o'ious and repul sive in the estimation of the patriotic portion of the American people; it is such a parly, thus stung to phrensy and maddened by disappointment, that the proud and nble democracy of the Union have K lovncnunter in the approaching contest. 1 Of courSP' ttre-conn.ct win be tierce ami ue simggio desperate; yet in our belief, with God's Klessinit we are destined to overthrow and rout them most signally i Rut, in order to win the great battle which is to secure the ascenflaney-ef (femocratic principles and measures fr years t coiiie. and thus to preserve the integrity and honor of our beloved country, it is incumbent on those who love the cause and are. devoted to the trno fdth to be on the alert; to or ganize pro nptly far united, vigorous and effective action; to rally the lul-ewarm; to encourage iho iimid;-and t make every preparation necessary to ensure a trinmphant and glori nrs -victory All Mittcrness ann animosuy musi ne ram aside; cui- k'iiation aud harmony must be pro.ir.hed; in short. we must -adopt and art upon the no !e motto ot ditiniruihed apostle of the democratic creed Union, Haumonv, CoRCfissio.v-every thing FOR THE CAUSE, NOTHING FOR MKN." In the approaching contest, the democracy have j ..iTAnr ikinv t s r.iwi. .Orifn rliam 'Prinir r ri tint r r a ' are in tht) asfeudijut, and their gTeat measures have triHmphrd in tlic administration of the. gene ral government, and Ihvh received the sanction aud apprpbatiuv of ihc.pe mle. I. The deiuocratic party li ivo accomplished tha jreat reform rT a -'etaratioj; of Hank and "tate thrMigh the instrfMientality ( the CoMsrfTUTiox al treasury. That salutary iircasure. has been in operation tor two years, arid-Ins answered all the expectations -f those M'hi projected, and those who have carried it into succo-sful opTation, It has borne the country safely through ft for eign war, and n emntitercial crisis which hn5 sllaVen other Tiaiiois to tltcir fonndi- tions. It has pr. ved to be a salutary check upon the last thirty years, the riahts and ntereMs of the J. - . I..!. - 1 i l I .1 ldrniur aim liinnTer nave iern rerr.rucu Willi me sri iii-it unit rrmul liivnr ii-J liAclmnn nviuL ;i.e oanks aofi i.as. prerve.i a souwi and stie U) nhl ihc cjccf Dj anothc jor tie from the iccipes ol less enlightened ages; currency f,,r the people. benefit of the health (f mankind. , these from the . combined wisdom of an- J. Under the ;nipi of the democratic pnrtv n ... , t r . i , , 1 he nroniietor asserts and without fn-ir cicnt and modern science. In act thev liberal nevKNUE TAnjrF hns been stabhsl.n'l, by pi"jui.iui usxus, aim wuiiouiiur . . . . . , vhich for the first time in mr c.l.uior, ijrinTrf contradiction, the demand for these pills a Perfkct Pill! worthy 'ot linage j i I....-.,-,.. i'.m.-ljrri.ln eJ ic xht T clase-?. This trreat rhcanro of re i ffriii, fr uh en the democracy have so Imia strug ih'd, has proved to be eminently snccess-Tul. h has provided ample revenue f r the jrovefnntei.t, prid secured to the people a d( jjrec of;piospe.iity alm'st unprceeieflted in our hi.toTy. 3. For the benefit of the mercantile comrmmity and indirectl for the advantge of ali classes, the democratic party has devised ami put-in eperaiion a -ystein cf wareih its nc, which has also pr. ved successful in practice, -and' the -benefits of which the country is now cnjqvingi 4. Lastly, '4he derno racy have wn'gvd to -a suc cessful termination fas' we hone imA hoinv,A n I glorious war a var!in which rc wore involved J J unprovoked outrages on the part Tf 0r ncmy ''bat war has been unparalleled in 11,0 mn . 01 lMn . IU lT ,,,e nn"uptcd ca reer ol victory wtuCtrhas attended oit arms. -Its achievements have nHorned an'd illustrated our country with a halo -.f orlofy-extended the fame of MiT arms to the most distant nations forced re i ..... .1 j.: i . i . i luctant admiration 'from jealorrs mnnarchics, who i j v.t.,i.n. j --iii ,"''i;'i.-ii and secured to :our country an additional domain, eu.yj.VxWit to the largest empire nf '-Europe. ; jThis just xfftr may most truly fay was wajjed by the denocrcy-and waged too against Mexi-1 cans miexico, anu worse man .iexicans at home ! we nwn.,tiietrf4:irou3 party and its leaders who . i . . .-. . pressive41pffigc established in their stead, The glory oT die war wiU be 1' eclipsed, and the frmts ot the peace will he frittered away. re democrats prepared to see sneh burning shafne, such damning disgrace inflicted upon .their coun- try f r or one, we are not; and wc Khali exert ev ery nerve and makeev ry honoraMe efforl Xo pre- vent such a disaster. In this contest we invoke tbe aid of every true hearted friend of his country. we summon them, orve and all; to rally at once un. er the gunious banner of democracy, which is the emblem of truth and justice, of gJory, of patri otism, and of liberty! T Eft MS. The "CAMPAIGN" will be printed on a mam moth sheet, nearly twic the sizh of the tJaily Union," and folded in a convenient, form for bind ing, at ONE DOLLAR PfcR COPY. (vlubs will be furnished with G ropies for $5; 3 eopies for $10; 20 copies for $15 the last iiumher of the ''CAMPAIGN!! wiii e published after the eUctior, and will contain he official returns of the canvass in every fState. 1 RITCHIE $ HElbS. 4 1 V er tical water Wheels FOR SALE by D. McNell & Co. Fay- etteville, and Geo. Howard, Tarboro', June I, 1847. 22 Dr. GhampioiiV 'VEGETJIBIiE A'GDE : M ii I HGIX.E. Ji safe and CERTAIN CUBE for CHILL AND FEVER. In ail its complicated forms. Also, an ef- fectrjal remedy for Fevers of t vrry dracriplion ryiHIS medicine has been beferc r the public" for a number of years, and the beneficial effect so fully developed, -that the demand tor the pills has increased to a very -great extent. or although the proprietor has manufactured near Half Million boxes during the; a?t year, lie has not been able to supply many parts of the country. This medicine may be relied on in aliases to cure the chills and fever the first day. - IJilious fever, typhus fever, winter fever and scarlet fevers, all yield to the use of this medicine, and are cured by this sys tem of practice, in a shot ter time, and with much more certainty than by any other system that has been recommended. Each box contains twenty-four pills, twelve of which will cure any ordinary V" chills and fever. ;A pamplct ac- com i;iun uacii u;ix i v in imi uirecuons , U I CM a: ann numerous ceriiu'.;:ups oi tnecincacy oi these 'riills.' 'Price reduced to Si per box. ALSO, Vegetable Inti-iMlioiiSj jnti-Jhjspi'iilic, I' iii'ifying, .and uUiailic Pos.srssinz four important combined lhc n,0:t extensive and philosophic re jironettics for the Cure of diseases, care-search, aided by all the lights of modern fu(f and correct In combined one at tide ! is not efjmlied by any medicine in the I T 1 .' ? . I C" . . . II 1 I t U tllieu otaies. iienas in us nnssessinn I !.. ... .. . . ii u in ijctj ui ci riiiieaies oi tnc most a s- tonishinp; cures that have been effected 'by the ttse of these pills. They are recommended to the attention of those afflicted with livei compljint, dyspepsia, billions habits, costiveness, chol era morbus, rheumatism, scrofula, foul stomach, depraved appetite, worm, jaun dice, headache and s.ck stomach, palpita tion of jhe heart; diarrhoea, Nervous affec tions, obstructed meusturation, dysentery or flux, heart-burn, white swelling, and all those disease 'arising from impure blood. Price twenty-five, cents per box. A pamphlet accompanies each box with full directions and ample testimonials of the teod effects of those jiilis. This is to certify that we have used Dr. Chammon's vegetable nemo medlrinp. nnH also, his Vegetable anti-billioirs; anti-dvs ' V uuu VY1JM - 1 amities' for a numlier of years, and have fahs ' learned much 61 their celebrity from - - '. great 'Tl timbers', of persons who have used them dn their families. AVe do think them ve'rv efficient and valuable medicines for iie curf, of diseases for which thev arc - - recommended: Maj ,lames Pearson, Twigg county, Ga, Ira Duifee. M.t) do -do do J Matleck, merchant, Blakeley, do Col John Dill, Fort 5aines, do V II Rawson, n erchant, Lumplvin, do Kobert vV'are, M L) Columbus, do . S Middlebrooks, planter, Jones, do Alex LowreyVM D Jefferson, ' do A C Holbett, J P Doreville, Mississippi, Maj J McGuffe, Oaynga, do J I. Lewis, Aubram, do CcA VV F Dillon, Oakley do S B Simmons, planter, Roselaune, do C Stancil, merchant, 'arrollton, . do Judge Oarbry, Coffeevine, do li C Arnold; planter, Grahall, ' do ' ; B Meek, merchant,-Louisville, do f James Lowry, merchant, Raleigh, do ' D P M Turner, P M Mmticeo, do , Samuel Jayne, P M Bmokhaven, do , G H Sheldon, merchant, Gaston, Ala. W M Gilmore, planter, Pi kens co , do U Long,. planter, do do do ; For sale by Geo. Howard, Tarboro9, Dr. Wm. A. Shaw and Wm. O'Cain, Washington. Bateman & Nichols, Ply. month. Alfred H. 'Hise, Greenville. F V. Moore & Bro ,!willianiston,, and M Weston Rocky Mount. June 18, 1 847. Gra Company fUFEREBY give notice, thVt the GEN ERAIj AGENT : for lthe State of North Carolina is CapLViJULiAM Jones, of Louisburg, FiVnldi county. jL a ilSidlctin J 6. 1 1 THE GRAEFENBERG COMPANY hrrvi lis been welcomedrin every S3ction of the United Slates with j.the.unparaleUed enthusiasm; ;and,tlcir. medicines,. haying - . ' ' ' r III rendered an enormous circulation, wui nenceiorwarq issue MONTHLY BULLETINS; That they may the more perfectly inforni the public of thepi;inciplesof the ; r kihmerico- Grabcrsji; " And of tlie Ta st superiority of their Medi- cincs ! over any others ever pirescnCed to. feiibers: tjie xtorltl. vEach Halleiin will containilar way, I cannot refrain fro.n ir SOnicthinc of the cieatest importance lo" 'cmhiendmShein,ias l consider Clhine of the cieatest importance to the heallh Gf the immunity; and U classes de ihc clergy, jurists, statesmen A nrni Inrlluidiials. should not fail ot re;ui;n them , to any the least. One trial j one Gf ,Ke medicines will convince the most sceptical of their cxtraordinarj PRnn., c-nija. j . T- ll..r. ...Tri. 1 in ineTDrescni IJUlieun win umy that 1. THc-tiraefenbcrg Medicines are pure ly Vegetable. 2. They have sheen tested in tens of thousands of cases with perfect success. 2. Of the vegetable Pills alone, 30,000 ! boxes are sold each and every week! 4. The demand .is .certainly increasing, 6. Every article purchased of the com- nanv or anv of its Agents is warranted, 1 J VJ . . . , :c :t ,inM nnl vo sntUfnetinn t bemnn. ey will be refunded. ThcGraefcnlrcrg Tegclable Pills Possess almost magical power in prevent ing and curingthc ordinary diseases which aflect humanity, (especially bifious.) There arc some facts connected with their preparation and trse, which the limits of the present notice forbid us to name. Suffice it to say, that they opc the product science. All other patent pills are made and of thcHTOtintry. m . . MBas THE GRAEFEMBERG COMPANY Is prepared to show to the public the most unquestionable evidence that these celebrated Pills are cve:y day curing all disorders of the Liver, Stomach, lSowcls, Dyspepsia, . Jaundice, Erysipelas, Green Sickness, ami all diseases to -which Females - - are subject, Neuralgia, Klrenmatism, Head aclie. 5cc. all Bilious Complaints. &c. Their wonderful cflicac'' arises froci the r power to open the pores; to cleanse and strengthen the stomach and bowels; to make the urine and monthly discharges flow healthy; and to give tone and vigor to the system. Price 5 cents a box. , For sale bv Ge0: Howard Notice. L OV TANNtNr realiier restorer, a new hemical discovery, which penetrates the s'.iifest and hardest leather, if it has been twenty years in use; and if it tears easily -wiili the lingers. t imparts at ence a -strength that is utterly mere- dible untrl eeen. Hurscs that have Ting Tjone, spavin, wind galls, &Ci are cured by Roof's Specific; and foundered horses entirely cured by Hoof 's founder ointment. (,'or?w the French plaster is, a sure cure. Dr. Count? s gonorrhea mijefure, an invaluable cure for all diseases of the urinary organs. F r sale by GEO. 110 JVJIil); W arc -e 111 rjTfIE suhscriher has just received 'a fresh supply of TIN figure, manu factured at Washington, in this State, v iz: Lard starrds tf vari-ons sizes, buckets do do, Coffee pots do do, measures do do, wa-h !. asi s Lanterns, scoops,' milk strainers, calenders. Oil cans, pepper boxes, cups, dish pans, &c. which will ber sold on reasonable and ac commodating terms. (jy Orders for utters, conductofs, and tin ware of every , description, will be at tended to forthwith. Geo, Howard, Jay he's Medicines Prepared only by Dr. D. Jaye,. Phil adelphia, and sold on agency by ; GEO. HOWARD, Tarboro', Nov. 9, 1847. Constables' tibnil for sale. AT THIS OFFICE. n I'hiiiQm Family lm8t Composed, df MedicinallProptrliC5 -vr- ""ft i-mojg - o t'substaiiccsc CTlNG specifically -on the LiVcr nUior con m ilnrf nr -ri, , L - . "U tinn. niiritvincT thn .tilrtrwl ' ? b"a glands,1 in j short, reviving? system, and - diffusing' -healih a,1(i" .. ! throughout the human frame. : 'r:fol!owing ate presented oul0f manv . Certificates. j county, t, y Dr. A Gilbert. Dear Sir: sujrernJ f time with'severe. .bilious -.irTeciion and J "r!nic plaint, I was recommended to try you .er0in" family pills;, an4 1 am pleased in ,'a8 . WVJtW :U8inS ew aoses I lound rtP,t permanent reiicf. :? n those affli(;iCd I commenam mem,.as 1 consider them a mi,...-, medieme to possess, especially .in Ule (:, pv"ere ?,:r:sm,B -fB irein' rom the nppon ; ot receiving medical advice. Your? tr,,u Signed. We, the undersigned, dealers ' medicine having for two years past sulci A. Gilbert', ' I'hiiiO'.lS famitv Mills. I:iL- rrroit ! -y- , , - ti" t" rt'ire m st,!,inn- ' 1 1 1 1 en fir C2 lira 1 L-nnur .U i . n y ! ' me mean'ine. ha iinliroroi o -1 1 I 'T i I , . . . . A 1 , severiii expresMons made to us, to be tl e iie.st an ti-biiious med'ein" now in usei iuneti. AaronIA. Wing M. D. Peter U avlock A. A. Martin, Jas( Nollneh,, Vi.t). aVorfoIk, Va. May 20, '41. Mr. A. Gilbett. Dear sir, pleasesend me four gross cf yoir pills by the very first packet, as I am nearl3" otu ot them. 1 he demand for them i3 ' veT' increased, which can ordy he atiril.u- tnii tn thKir hninrr - nn.a,l...l u.. .i 'ww,,,ucuucu inose who bave been benefitted. by-ihe use of thesn. Yoa candraw on me at sight for the amount as usual. Signed. Q, J. New Orleans, March 7, M5. For'sale by GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', Nov. 0, 1S47. 46-ty P U R I FY T n E B L 0 0 D. M OFF A T'S VEGETABLE IIFE PILLS PHOENIX BiTTERS. The hu;!i and eimed cclolltJty "which these jtrc-eminp r.t Mediciiti-' hnve acquired for lheir invariable etlr icy in the diseases wliicli they profes to cure, lus rendered t!i usml practice of iiuifiu not otiTj -unuecessarj, bui i:iivr - thy of them. They are. known by lheir truU. ; tUu irccd vorks tettfy for them, nd tliey tiirive uot by the faith of the crcdulguj. . Qf ASTHMA. ACUTE, and CHKoCtC t' KHEir .AlISX AFFJ:cTlOS the. 1SI.A OOLK and Kl&SICt't, BILIODS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS. in the south nml wet. vthere tlu-so Jicasw virevail, tlioy will be ftiund Ii valuable. I'lank'ra. fkrtncrs, and oihert, who mtoo u-e thcsi Me!!RirtC3.-ill never nfierwardabe wirtnwt rhtn. BILIOUS CllOVlC, and SERWJS'lootcntn, IiLS. C0STIYESE8S. COLlS & UtUGHS. C1IOL1C. CONsCMT'l ION. Tied wiih grrot success in this tiistase. CORRUPT HUMORS, DROSITS; DY BPEPglil. No jwaon with this 'distressing dii-caa;-, hw'd dvlify Ufcing llu'st' mudiciiu s immediitrly. ERUPT10S3. of- the Skin, &RYMPELAS, FLATU LEWY, . , ' c FEVERinA AGt'R. For Ihis scourge of the wet tern country these medicines will Iks found a safe. epcn!y, and certain remedy. 0: bcr nwdieiiH-s leave the ?rgtri sidgoct to t return of the h?rse a cure by tiwsc KieUeines rs orinaiient. -Til Y THEM. EE SATlsnEI), AO RE CUKED. F O U I. N if S ' C O M PI.EXIO S, GH'IilJUL DEBILX17, UUUr. OlDDlXESsS. ORAVEL HEADACHES. sfever . iin.f, LVIVAKP FEVER. ISFLA MM A TOR Y 4WEUUA , 77S.W, IMPURE BLOOD, JAU.SDIGE, LOSS (if JI'PE' TITE, . LIVER COTtTPtAINTS, ' LEP.RQSV, iOOSC-WS, , , - , M K U C tUlTA I.t D I SK A S E S . Never fHils to eradicate entirely all the fflC.-cts of Mercury itiS;, ftfaljiapr.f'T thn (1k misf 'xiweriul pn ration ff Saivapanlla. SIGHT SWEATS, SmtVOVS DEBILITY. SEKVOU3 VQMPLAIXTS of all ituda, OKdASW AFFECTIONS, ' ' PALP-ITAT10X of -tht HEART, PA1STEITS (JHOLJO, J? X jE Tho original Kp i"'nr,)CjJi'se nwidff it was cunnl of Piles of .35 years stnndinc hy tho use ol these Lift Medicines tkme ' . i" f f 1.1 i , ! i. V , '"' PAIS8 in to head, 8i.icvback, limbs, joints and orpins 1J H K U H A.TB ?l. Tlrse afllicU-d wtlh - Hit . terrible di.iuuc :vili be sure of relief hi tho Lifu.iUoUeuw. ' HUSH of HLtlO!) llie.HKAD, SCURVY. SALT RHEUM, SWElZIh'GS, SCROFULA, 'on ICING'S EVIL., init worst frtntK, ULCERS of every description WQ'mS, of all kinds, ire, eflcelually exueilfd b . tht so SletUcines. ' Parents will fcrtl W.:ldniimstt-r them wheih ever their ex istenc is sudpecled. Re hf will be certain . Tim Lire nits Axrr firfENix bitters fURIFY'THE B 1 00D And thus remove all disease from the system. A sin-le trial will otrrce tbe i L 1 F 1 P I L L S; nnd PHCENIX BITTERS beyond the reach of compe tition in the. estimation of eferj jiatietrf. The genuine of these medicines are now put up jn whit wrappers nd Ubchs, : together with pamphlet. eaileJ J" " Moffat's Geod Samaritan, ' containing tlic directions, to, on whtck is a drawing of llroadw-rty froiu Wall street to ir i Office, by which strangers veiling the city can very easily frnd us. The wrappers -and S.anritaBS are copyrighted, therefore those who procure I hem with wbi'te wrappers caa be.asoared th:it fhry are genuine. He careful, and do not . buy those with yellow wrappers; but if you do, be satisfied that they -come direct from us, or dont touch theni, ; Prepared and sold by DXt-V'TOXXsZiXAStir B. ucrrAT, , 335 Broadway, corner of Anthony street, New Virk. . For Sate by ... Geo Howard, t ent. Tarboro'. ': Botanic "JMedicincs. HE subscriber has just received, Qi t v rect from New York :' v . A GENERAL ASSORTMENT, OF TlibniKonian iTIcdicincs Lobelia, green and brown 2nd and 3rd Prepara ' tion of ,do n:yrrh, cayenne pepper, pond hljr (composition, bay berry, barberry, spice bitters, , Golden seal, poplar bark, slippery elm,'Jie"mlocfc Nerve powder, nerve ointment, bitter root,. Cough" powders', copgh syrup, woman's Crtend Syringes pf various sizes, No; 6, &Tc. "&c. which he is enabled to sell at, greatly re duped i prices. GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', June 23.