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To the fllaM nic Fraternity.! AS it is contemplated to lay the Corner 'Stone of the Monument to be erected to the memory of P. G. M. Louis D; Wil son on the 22nd of May ncxtthe Lodg cs anrf Brethren generally are 'invited to participate in the ceremonies. .... By order of the W M. of Concord Lodge, No. 53, Tarborough. April 24,1850. - ' Notice. I WISH to employ 3 or 4 good Car eaters, good workmen, sober and indus trious. Fair wages will be given. Blacks preferred. Direct to Jackson, Northamp ton county, N. Ca. Thomas Bragg, Seii'r. 10 April, 1850. Preston & Merrill's Infallible Yeast l9cicact Warranted to make good Bread without fail, if good Flour is used, and to keep in any climate. No ingredient is used in the manufacture of this Yeast which is not Inure: and, as it is manufactured on che mical principles, it will not fail to raise bread, cakes, buckwheat cakes, &c., when used according to the directions. For sale by . Geo. Howard. Groceries, &c & 123 hbls New Orleans Molasses part a very superior quality for family use. 25 hhds new crop French Islands dit to; strictly prime. 21 " Sugar of various grades 50 bags Coffee ditto. 500 bbls. Whiskey EI Dorado." 25 " Gin. 25 " Rum.. 75 " New York Canal Flour. 150 kegs Nails 4s tb 20s inclusive, 50 boxes Vroom & Fowlers No. 1 Soap, 25 " Candles equal to Hull & Son's, 200 bags Sljot assorted, 25 kegs -Powder, 30 boxes Tobacco 5s and 8s, 25 bbls. Snuff, salt and Fresh, 10 " Copperas, T . 50 " Mess Pork, 100 reams Wrapping Paper, 10 m 'Justo Sanz" Principe Segars, 30 bbls Crackers. Indigo Camphor Epsom Salts-Glau- jtar Sails Blank Book Fools Cap and fetter PaperFrench Brandy Holland 5in Malaga and Madeira Wine, with Jnan.y other articles usually sold in a coun try store for sale by 1 . W. II. WILLARD. Washington N. C. 25th February 1850. 4.-1 llAVE formed a Copartnership under the j style and firm of I Piltmau & Culhbcrt iporthe purpose of conducting a general. i GROCERY ind Commission Business jhey are now receiving from the North cilics a general and well selected as Jfrtment of GOODS in their line, which mving been purchased by their agents erc for Cash, they will be enabled to the orders of their friends upon the Tpy best terms. I Thev offer their services to tho rmo d others of North Carolina in the sale of ,rlr Produce pledging in advance their r:;, Jruons 10 render entire satisfaction. llhey will be nrnnnrnrl n oil :rc. f libcwl advancements on produce VilPn y . 1 BLAKE PITTM.JN, IT. CUTHBERT. Aetersburg,Jan'y 1, 1S50. . Urn. Pitt (Tinn. Will na fnrnrifirln c Courts nf 17!-l,rl .::. - . To Pensioners. O; Subscriber continues to act as ent for Pensioners, AtFaye ETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA; 4 woueraieiv lor nis services: lur- Off ,o 1 i j'a' lcs all desired information, and sup ' til I nnnnoanvn Dlnnlm ...til.... toA JOHN MACRAE, January 23, 1850. - Cash Ad varices? THE undersigned will advance in Cash,! inrcu-juurin . 01 me market value here of Coin, Cotton, and Naval Stores, deposited with him for shipmentb his friend J. G. Williams, Esq., New York." W. II. WILLARD. Washington, N."C.17lh Nov. 1849. FareReduced. IP HE Stage Fare from Rocky Mount to Washington is 'reduced to $5 or, From Rocky Mount to Tarboro " " " Sparta. " " " Falkland " " " Greenville " " " . .Pactolus " - " Washingon Tarboro' to Sparta " " . Falkland " Greenville $1 50 2 00 2 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 For scats, &c. apply to II. Wiswall, Washington Goold Hoyt, Greenville or to Geo, Howard, Tarboro9. February 1, 184S. . Thomas L. Liddon, BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, INFORMS the citizens of Martin and the adjacent counties, that he has Removal to Hamiiu ji, 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. Jov. IVahfo, Hamilton, IVm. Norflcet, Tarboro Baker Slaton, Edgecombe Co., Goold Hoyt, Greenville. Hamilton, April 3, IS50 Flour! Flour!! Mir FLOUR, of an excellent quality, by the barrel or retail, For sals by Geo. Howard. Nov, 12lh, 1849. A LARC.E AI Valuable Farm FOR SALE. ON said Farm can be made two hun dred bales of Cotton and one thousand bar rels of Corn. All of the Farm is above high watermark. There is limber suffi cient to keep a good fence around &aid Farm close and convenient. It has on it ! good Marl -bed) which is equal to any in the Stale. It is 50 vards in width and 1 of a mile in length. A great deal of the marl is accessible at !any time of the year, varying from 2 to 6 feet in depth. There is also a great deal of swamp and creek mud extending the whole length of the. Farm, and several swamp and ridges of good land to clear. All of the Farm is easy to cultivate. There is on it a large and comfortable Bivclling House, together with all necessary out houses, such as kitchen, smoke house, dairy, work house or weaving house, cotton or wool house, milk house, brandy house, &c. &c. &c. an excellent gin house and rotton screw, ten small corn cribs which will hold 150 to 175 barrels of corn, four large barns which will hold 400 barrels each; also, six large fodder shelters, with a great many good negro houses, and a good over seer's house many other things entirely unnecessary to mention. The said Farm is sftuated in a pleasant and healthy neigh borhood, ten miles north west of Tarboro' on the road leadingto Enfield, eight miles south of the Wilmington and Roanoke Rail Road. I will take much pleasure in showing this Farm to any one who wish es to purchase. A credit of six years will be given to the purchaser HUGH B. BRYAN. December 22nd, 1S49 m' Just received, Townsend's Sarsaparilla, 5 itsn it India rhohvjosue Dr. JVistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. For sale by Geo. Howard. Di Goods, Suitable for the Coitntry Trade;. (IB Yd's Negro Kersey " 50 Pieces Bleached Shirtings and sheet-ings,- . v . 200 " Brown do do -"100 " Drills, - - - v -100 " low. priced Prints, s , 20 Bales Battle & Co., Cotton Yarn, 300 Doz. Spool Cotton, t 100 Snuff Boxes. ; , - - '. ALSO,, Needles Hooks and eyes Bultons of all kinds Ivor-v, Tuck and side combs -Suspenders Percussion Caps Hardware and Crockery -Patent Medi cines Camphor Indigo Blacking -Linen Thread Cotton Hdkrs&c.&c. &c. for sale by WM. II. WILLARD. Washington, N. C. 5th March, 1S49. 1 TTln ii n - " - Notice. TIIE firm of II. King & Co. will be dissolved, by mutual consent, the first day of March next. All persons indebted to said firm, arc requested to call and settle at or before February Court next. The business hercafter will be conduc ted by Jo. S. Pender whovi11 give it his personal attention. Owing to sickness, our former work man became incapacitated for any busi ness, consequently .there has been consid erable delay and disappointment to our customers; having procured another work-- man, I shall be able to execute all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jeivclry In a manner to give entire satisfaction both ; as to promptness and style of execution. JO. K PENDER. Tarboro', Jan. 30, 1550. Buiiding. n HAVING associated with me Mr. Jno. W. Saunders, of Petersburg, Va., an expe rienced workman in the various styles of Architecture, I would announce to the nublic. that wo. arn nronnrod tn rnntrnp! for the buiUlinR of plain or ornamental cottages, public building, churches,-&c. j &c. in a style and finish to defy eompcti- j tion. We will either contract bv the 10b or by the day. THOMAS OB ERR V. Tarboro', Dec 21,1849. Land for Sale. n- THE subscribe! being desirous to re move south, ofiers for sale the Plantation on which he resides, 21 miles from Tar boro', on the main road to Halifax, 15 miles from the latter place, containing about 500 Acres, on which there arc two comfortable dwelling houses; out houses,! &C ' ALSO, another tract, about two miles' All orders will be executed with neat from the above, containing about 200 , ncss and despatch; and the patronage of acres, principally swamp land. Terms : the public is respectfully solicited. will be made accommodating. HENRY APPLEWHITE. Pinedum, Halifax Co. March S, 1850. State of North Carolina. NASH COUNTV. Superior Court of Equity, MARCH TERM, 1850. . Sarah Shallington vs. Wm. E. J. Shalling ton and others, Petition for Divorce arid Alimony IN this case, it appearing to the Court that process hath issued against thedefen dant W. E. J. Shallington in the manner prescribed by the Act of Assembly and that he is not to be found fn the county proclamation is thereupon made at the Court House door, for the said Shalling ton to appear and answer as commanded by said subpoena, and thereupon the said defendant not appearing It is ordered by the Court, that notice of this suit be given in the Tarborough Press and RalcigYKc gister for the space of three months, re quiring the defendant Shallington to ap pear at the next term of our Superior Court of Equity, to be held in and for the County of Nash, at. the Court Houst in NasHville, on the third Monday in Sep tember next, then and there to answer the charges and allegations set forth in the plaintiff's petition. Witness, B. H. Blount, Clerk and Mas ter of our said Court, at office in Nash ville, the third Monday of March, 1850 B H. BLOUNT, C.M.E. Price adv $10. -partnership THE late firm oFMcIlwahie fy Brown ley having been dissolved, t Mr. yilliati'. Brownley retiring from business, we have this day entered into partnership, and will-continue the- : , , .'X.:'"': y .1 GROCERY & COMMISSION BUSINESS In the same manner as heretofore, uhder the firm and style of Ittcllwaiiic, Slrownley & Co., We hope by constant and faithful atten tion to the interests of our friends, to mer it a' continuance of that patronage, so long and so liberally7 extended to our predeces sors. ... " Our Stock of Groceries Will be large and commanding, embra cing a general assortment of Goods in dui line, (intoxicating liquors excepted.) We fhall give.strict attention to the SALE OF PRODUCE ON COMMISSION, And will be at all times prepared to make liberal.advances when desirable. A. G Mcllwainc, - lVm S. Brownley, Bo. D. Mcllwaine,. Bo. A. Alar tin, Joseph B.Dunn, . Petersburg, Jan. 1, 1850. Bridge Building. JBERSONS desirous of having bridges built, cither orj the plan of driving the posts or by mud sills, are informed that they can be accommodated, on mod - crate terms, by applying 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 job3. COFFIELD KING. 7Turboro'-, N. C, Dec. 1, 184S. Ra!cigh Book Bindery. JOHN -II. -DE CARTERET, I-iT I T T I ? J Q li i a rf nnt Afnl n fr r r T a r " . o ments to the public for the very liberal ; PftronDgo which h.. been extended to him, and respectfully announces that he still continues the business of Book-Binding, in all its forms, in the City of Raleigh, where it is conducted, as heretofore, over The North ' arolinit Hook Store where every material and instrument ne cessary for binding, re-binding, or repair ing, will be kept constantly on hand, and all work entrusted to him will be prompt- lyaml laithlully executed, in as sub- stantial a manner, as elegant a style, and; upon as reasonable terms, as. it 1 M can be j done any, where. lie will also execute to order, all kindsof , oounu in piain or line style to suit pur chasers, which cannot bo surpassed by the Northern work, viz: Ledgers, Journals,! Day Books, Record Books, Invoice, Cash, 1 Letter Books. &r. Sin. A liberal discount for cash. Raleigh, August 15th, 1849. (QBooks, &c. sent to, or left with, Geo. Howard, of Tarboro', will be for - warded with despatch. Rocky Mount, Sept. 8th, 1 848. Cotton Factory $ Mills. THE undersigned, successors to Battle have associated themsel ves together under the title of BTTJLE & CO. They have been at great expense in en- j largingthe operations of this establishment and in the purchase of new machinery, and feel warranted in saying, that' they can now make as good an article of , Cotton Yarn as can be manufactured any where in the U. Stales and are determined to sell at as AIL they desire, in order to secure the trade of merchants and dealers in this part of the.country, is, that they examine the quality of their Yarns, and their liber al terms, before purchasing elsewhere. We do only a quarterly business; but vill make the liberal discount of 2 per i . for Cash. B. D. BA TTLE, ' JAS. M. BATTLE,, JVM. S BATTLE, ' J. L. HORNE. New o3 - t f - 1 i II tl. 4 hi D ry G bod s, B o o t , h o e Ana Saddly Vai'e Rooms, ; PETERSBURG. VA. JUtmcs, Hue & James, V hid it h lrom lioston, Margaret, from ev v ork, and the Express and Steamboat lines, their full supply of : . ,;. '" STAPLE AND FANCY Vorcign. mul M?mnf site ins and Summer Exceeding in any amount ;ii d variety any previous Spring for Jhr as ten years, -nearly all of which, will be lbund;entirely fresh, except a large amount oj Staple Goods purchased beore the advances which will enable them to offer Goods at such prices as will compare favorably with any of the Northern markets and they invite comparison. Additional sup plies will be constantly arriving in the BootSItocfaiul Saddlery Mr. D. R. Newsom will, at all times, be found at home, ready to serve his old friends, customers, and ill. others, from an enure ieiv mock ui doois, onoen. uuiiks, travelling Bags, Saddles, Bridles, wagon,; VVhips, Collars, Letter, Foolscaps and, wranninc PanerShoe thread, Lacetts, &c. comnrisinff a Stock calculated in everv j lQ M the aUention of wl0esa(e Dealers. Orders have been deposited with the principal manufacturers, North and East, in order to have the Stock at all i j times large and commanding, at prices lhat shall be as low as in New York, Philadel phia, IJaHimore or Richmond. Marcb 12.- James, Rice James. rrceman & Houton, Washington, .V. CY KEEP constantly on hand "a Slock of I ntiVTnr Sfiornr MnIfiQA. l Innr. Prjrk. Snit. . - Foreign and domestic Liquors and Wines; Nails, Paints, Glass, Lime, and a variely of other articles suitable for plantatioa use and the retail trade, which they will dispose of in lots to suit dealers or con sumers on reasonable terms tor Cash, or in exchange for Naval Stores or other Produce. The senior partner, D.- C. Freemak, is located in the city of New York, for tho , transaction of f Commission Business, and, if desired, Freeman & Houston will make advances in Washington on consign ments made to him. They have amplo room for storage and wharfage, and any Goods entrusted to their care will be prop- erly attended to. Washington N. C. April, 1S50. S. R Ford, i WILMII'GTOi', mC. 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. gj0rders left wit H Geo. Howard, Tarboro', will be attended to forthwith. March 15, 1849. JfgESPECTFULLY informs the citi zens of Edgecombe and adjoining counties that he carries on the TMIJLOniJVG BUSMJVJESS, 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- I n it all wKn tvio'.t A... .1?.L n ' wvur mm wun 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 owp manufacture. JAS. MEHEGAN. - - . r Tarborough, January 1. Printing neatly executed f AT TITI OTFTCE, '