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' - Tl MM -... L11- ' 1" ' '7"' 4 is' 5 V-? !: . , K-J' - - - - - THE TAKBOROr PRESS, BY GEORGE HOWARD, JR. Is published weekly at Two Bollars per year : advance or, Two Dollars and Fiftf rT. ai the expiration of the subscription year. Advertisements not exceeding a square will be Inserted at One Dollar the first insertion, and 25 r nts foi eve1! succeeding one. Longer opes at VCna i i thai i- , -, .. advertisements 25 per cent, higher. . . r souarc. -oun vraers anu judicial tT tafCt. one. From Raleigh to Rocky Mount. Fare Reduced. THE subscriber has taken the contract for carrying the mail from Raleigh to Rocky Mount, and will place on the line comfortable stages, good horses and care-' ful drivers, and will run it to connect with the cars on the Wilmington Rail Road, and with his stage line from Rocky Mount to Washington he will Reduce the Fare as follows: From Raleigh to Eagle Rock, $1 00 , ( i it t it Wakefield, 1 50 Stanhope, : 2 50 Nashville, 3 50 Rocky Mount, 4 50 Trunks, of ordinary size and weight, $1 50 part of the way in proportion small patkages,25 cents boxes and beadles agreeably tosize and weight. . . 1 Trunks, packages &c. must be deposit ed at the above places aid the freightpaid, or the subscriber will not be responsible for their safety. For seats, &c. apply to.E. Yarbrough, Raleigh T. R. Debnam, Eagle Rock A. J.' Foster, Wakefield D. S. Crenshaw, Stanhope B. H. Freeman, Nashville W. L. Quails, Rocky Mount. GEO HOWARD. Tarboro', April, 11, 1849. THIS excellent compound, "which has gamed such notoriety in the cure of Fever . and Ague, and other bilous affections, may be found at the Store of ' Geo. Hoivard Tarboro' - t This medicine was prepared by a regu-1 lar physician, and the result of an exten sjvc practice of several years in a bilious climate. Those who haveused it them-; selves, or seen its salutary effects upon Others, need no farther evidence of its great value. A small Treatise on the "causes, treatment and cure of fever and ague and other diseases of bilious climates' may be had gratis of the above agent. May 2, 1849. Br. KUI1IS Jlbyss inian Mixture. For Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Fluor Al-I bus, Gravel, &c. V- Letter from Dr. James R. Callum, dated Milton, N. C. August 14, 1847. Dr. J. Kuhl Dear Sir: Your medicines have given entire satisfaction in this section of country, the Abyssinian Mixture specially, is highly approved of, ithas never fail d 10 cre in every rase. It sells like hot cakes ,l!Ve never had enough to supply tho demand. You will pleaS6 fiend me a large supply of it as loon as you arrive at homci Yours, respectfully, J. P. CALLUM, . ' ' Milton Drug Store. " Ajnt8 GEO. HOWARD, Tarboro; F. S. Marshall, liolifov. l-m Simmons. VVeldon; C. c Pugh,Gastoi, F- E Cook, Warrcnton; llen U Goodloe, Warrenton; P. C. Brownt Louisburg; Jonn 11. BrodL, Franklin; Louis H. Kittle, Hen eron; Jl, Hi Mitchell, Oxford. May 16 JTotiee - A GOOD 60 saw Cotton Gin but lit tle worn, can be had on reasonable terms, on application to ; v : - - Geo. Howard, Tarboro', ' ' Tarboro' May 2Sthl 849. To the Public. - iTIie JStibscribcrs" TAKE this.method of" informing their vAJuniry inends and the Public in gene ral, that they have made ' Iargc purchases or.Ooods At the Nortliy And are anxious to do a jobbing business in the true sense of the word they go for Smalljiroftis and quick sales: They mostjrespectfully solicit a call from any : person visiting Petersburg) buying Goods to sell again, as they know they can offer such-inducements as to secure customers from going elsewhere. Terms, Cash only. - DAVIS 4- IIYMANy Corner of Sycamore and Bank St. Petersburg, Va. Aug. 29, 1849. 86 Just Received, A; FRESH SUPPLY OP Dr. Spencer's Vegetable. Pills, " vegetable tonic and restorative bitters. Dr. Hull's Fever and-Ague Pills, Dr. Murphy's sugar-coated anti-bilious ; ; Pills, ' Ague and Fever Pills. The above medicines are inferior to none one trial will convince. For sale by Geo. Howard. the JYew York , Weekly Jouinal. (-The Weekly of the Merchant's Day Book.) ONE of the cheapest papers ever pub lished in this country, is issued every Saturday from the office of the Merchant Day Book, at the very low price of One Dollar a Year. I'.. 7 I - . fctKi.ii juukim ai, it m;iie u) i issue of that paper. Also, Prices Current and Bink Note , table-rcorrected every ivrck- Ucport of the money and Produce market, and al so the prices of all the leading articles of Domestic Dry Goods, With a general summary of the transac tions in that branrh of trade, The Merchants' Day Book has ta ken a bold stand in favor of the South and - V I Southern rights, and has been used in" the Senate by Southern Senators to show that the views of the Editor upon the Slavery j question xvere such as commended them ' not on'y to tne Southern people, but to all a a. M. J m I mm AM A M M 1- Mh y ca""lu ec,y . xiii'; tu&i. l.x juuuflAL cuiiLiiiii uii the reading matter of the Merchants' Day Bk' II haS alarg? circulion in the Northern States, where its views upon the Slavcrv Question although consider- -J. f-j - . ed as extremely Southern have created from the Merchant's Day l5oo"k, n.ul con-i ,hia eliccuial nn.l simple clmrn into use)i euro are almost innumerable and it Is only neoes tainsall the readinj; matter of the six day's ,,)e pronrielors, ferlin- coflence in its t0 U thoS" wh kn0W ? a good deal of interest and arc exerting feet on the Instruments the lone is pow-1 of any fact o which we have no cognizance our much influence; The Southern people crful, brilliant and sweet. Principals of Ives. The great advantages possessed by this i . ... , . - . ., , ' , nn,i article over every other, areits certainty, safe- 1 ' icnu tneir iniiuence to cxtenu us cucuia i.i ' . n I ! . ' 1 tion in the Slaveholding States. , j Pianos. All instruments arc warranted. The papers in the Southern States arc Orders and letters will be prompt.ly anT rcnuested toadvertise this notice to the'swered and attended to. Respectfully, amount of three dollar.? and send - their s biIls t0 this;ofilce;or if they prefer, they may keep the subscription money oi four yearly subscribers; which they are -authorized to receive. Send, the names to us, and the papers will be forwarded. Per sons wishing to subscribe can hand a dollar to the Postmaster in the town, and he will send for the paper. March 25th. Botanic Medicines. -771- rillHE subscriber has just received, di rect from New York; " A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF ' Tlionisoiiian ;!Iediciiics Lobeliagreen and brown-r-2nd and 3rd Prepare tion of do-myrrh, cayenne pepper, pondhly, . Composition, bayb4rry;arberry, 8ptce bitters, Golden seaUpoplar bark, slippery elm, hemlock Nerve powder, nerve ointment, bitter root, CougW Powder8,coogh syrup, woman s tend, Syringes of various sizes, No. 6, &c. &c. ? which he is Vnabled to sell at 8m rluc-cd 2IOTFAIW; J ' Tarboro'," June 2?. - THE undersigned return their sincere thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to them. They will as hereto fore give prompt, and energetic attention to the sales of Cotton, ahd'other country Produce. Wc have for sale A general and well selected' Assortment of GROC ERIES, N. M. MARTIN $ DONNANS. Petersburg, yaJ, 14th Sept. 1S49 ; ' Cotton B agg irig,;:;", f ml ISalc llopc. !I5$D Pieces of ernian. Bagging, 43 inches wide and weighing H v lbs to the yard, - IL CqiIs ba,e Rope for sale in , lots to suit purchasers. . iV. M. MAR TIN 8? DONNJ2NS. Petersburg, Va., Sept. 14th, 1S49. Groceries, fyc. SUGAR, molasses, coffee, Apple and French Brandy whiskey, Madeira and Malaga wine, Lorillard's and Outcalt's Snuff, . Candles brown and fancy Soaps, Ground pepper and spice ginger. Starch, indigo, ink and ink powder, Cap and letter paper, ruled and unruled, Steel pens and pen holders, &c. &c. For sale by GEO. HOWARD. November 21 1349. To Farmers and IMairtjmcti. vl'nihony Emerson7 s Vulenl double acting r.otuvy CHURN, PECULIARLY adopted to Warm Cli mites, as it produces butter as easi ly from cwpr! m c rom cicain. in . nrinmnrr . . f T I capabilities, do not hesitate to pronounce it t!ie best churn ever offered to the nublic. ! .... . i Fur sale bv Geo. Howard. Pianos! Pianos!! The undersigned respectfully calls the attention :ot the public to tne spienuiu, highly finished New Scale . ! . ii. i iil IloSCtVOOd anil illahog ami j with an ci i lire cast iron frame, hand- somcly carved and gilt this iron frame combines the entire instrument, prevents A A r. n .1 .vxftllk- (1 1 I f C I II n A ;u iruravvap.g-uu nu.y v uv uiieeii yvaio iuti-- uiy uctn iiiiu m Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, and somc in instant use in Institutions, by Professors, and private families, and have eiven entire satisfaction; the .climate O. , - , i or change of weather have little or no cf- j V . . : . 1 't . ll.Mr i ntnrnct f n ntirnhncn tlincn unu u iu iuui.uuuibi .m Y,Ktiiiuj Address, A. KUHN & CO. No. 75 North Green St., Bait. Piano Manufactory, 75 Baltimore st. LIST OF" PRICES. Pianos with metallic plate in Rosewood or mahogany cases, 6 octave, from ISO to 250. With iron frameV 225 to 300. 61 octave,, 250 to 350. 6j, 275 to 350. 7 octave, 300 to 500. 7 octave, Grand Pia nos, very powerful and bt illiant, from 500 to $1000. Harps from 350 to 600. 'The above named Pianos are constantly manufactured, with all the latest improve ments, and will be sold on the most accom modating terms. - ; ? Any, person wishing-to purchase a.ria- no wilPplcase. notify, the subscriber, and. a Piano will be sent here by A. K. & Co. and if, "the instrumeni or price no not please, they will . be at ; no charge or exf pense for transportation oi saia riano. : . i.,V Gco.: Howard; Tarboro9. - ' ' ; " ' ; A' FRESH SUPPLY OF ; tife Pills ami Fhcnii Bitters,, Forsilcby Geo. Ilmcard 1850. An unequalled Remedy " ST, for colda and feverish feelings and prer venting Fevers. 2ud. Tor asthma, li ver com plaint" and bilious aflection3i . 3d. For diarrhoea, inHiorpStinn and loss of annetife. 4th. Fr cnt!vp.. ness in femalesind males. 5th. For stomach af- fections, dyspepsia and. piles. The great points are, it is not bad to take, never gives pain, and never leaves one costive!! For all these things it. glands, in short, reviving 'the prostrated isjvarranted unequalled, and all who do not find; system,, and diffusing health and -vigor lmaS"- S1; AlLr m0neyilhroStthe human frame, - uautt.. 1. 1119 uieuiutue is ijun viijCi s i Western Indian Panacea. We assert there is no family medicine of half its virtues, and none that will so delight the users cf itj find Ao convince all that these are facts, we offer as aove. Try it without price if you are not charmed by Us effects. ..- " The ' Human Hair Is admitted by civilized as well as barbarous nations to be when fu.l, flowing and perfect, the' ; rrreatest ornament, and whenimperlect or wanting the greatest disadvantage to the personal appear- arice of male or females That it is a c?ay to pre serve and b'eaulify it, all will admit. This article has been for more than 20 years used extensively. It has the testimony of many of the most' respect able citizens in this country,-who certify, to the fact, that the BALM OF COLUMBIA First, in all cases'stops the hair falling out or restores' it in most if faillenr.and in all cases, if lost by sickness; arid keeps off dandruff and scurf on infants and adults. Second, perfumes - the hair and preserves it "to old age from turning gray. Should always be used at toilette. Third, gives great vigor and rapid growth to the hair, and cau ses it to purl beautifully. Lastly, prevents all filth or its consequence on children's heads; and exceeds all other articles for the hair in quality, quantity and cheapness. Many articles have been slatted on the reputation of this, and are without merit though they have been and are sold at dou ble the prices of rhis balm. " The piles all sores, rheumatism &c: Hays' Xiiiiincnt Is an article more justly celebrated as a cure for 't m' .t II . l . mi me auove man any or aij oiners. ine cases oi . . , lllino etnr lKor nntor; rnu0 nr n, r ,,,:. nmetn.L- oi r.tUnAt st. New York and so of the rest of the articles here named. To the hall and tame Dr. Hewes nerve and bone liniment is the most effectual cure for rheu matism and contracted 'cords and muscles. For worms Kolmstock's Vermifiiire not Fah- nntocvs will eradicate and cure a children and adults who have worms. Caution. Beware of all ,ess lh nara i swelled Kolmstock's the old uuicn name oi uio inventor. Sold wholesale by Comstock & Coi 1 Cort- Iandtst. New York, by Geo. Howard, Tarboro, and by one person in every viHage in the United Sulpf nml aparfaf,t Nov'9, .1t3ITCIlFIj& S rBi 3 A ir To the Public. flTllIE cenctirrerit testimony of men of inlegritv and worth is the best evidence we can have tv. r.nxvvKtvHrv. and stonomv. All uhvsicians ' j admit that great danger i3 to be apprehended from j drugging the eye when in an inflamed and unheal thy state. In the use of this salve this objection is entirely removed, as no harm can possibly re sult from its nse: 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 eyer Its activity in subduing in flarhmationls so great that but few cases require the use of more than one bottle to effect a perfect cure. ' One physician remarked to us, after, hav in? witnessed its effects in several instances, that it was a uPttifKcr fire killer." Wo might multiply reasons why ihis salve should be prefert red above every thing else-in the treatrrent 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 ly followed. ; . Every battle of the genuine salvelias the name r MITCHELL'S 1YE SALVE, - . ' , blown in the sides of the bottle, and the written signature of the proprietor, D. Mitchell; "on the outside wrapper. - p.- MITCHELL. ; j Perry VVyoming bounty; N.Y; ALSO; Dr. Gordon's vegetable antibilious family pills, and Dr. Tyler Vague'& feyer pills, . For sale by ; V GB O. HO WARD- , ' he's icincs, --4 appiaglotfs Piiis, :f For sale by , . j ; Geo. HoxparZ. Jay Vol. XXVI. 1V6. 24. i Anti-bilious Family Pills! " rf!m Composed , of Medicinal Properties ppt sessed by various vegetable r substances. : - -' " CTING specifically on the Liver and : other secretihgorganSjprombtingiViges- tion purifying'1 the blood, cleansing the rm e . - , , .- ... x iie luiiowing are presenteu out 01 many ' CERTIFICATES. Cornwall, Orapgo county, Ni Y : ' " ' ' y - May 19, 47. rA Dr. A, Gilbert. Dear Sir: Suffering for some time with severe bilious affection and liver com--plaint, I was recommended to try your anti-biliom family pills; and 1 am pleased in being able td. ( say, that after using. a few doses I lound great aupT permanent reliefi To all those afflicted in a si mi- "J cu ww puouciy re- (commending them? as 1 consider them a Taluablo medicine to possess, especially in the country where persons are removed from the opportunity of receiving medical advice. Yours truly. Signed. GEORGE BROWN. We, the undersigned, dealers medicine, having for two years past sold At Gilbert's anti bilious family pills, take great pleasure in stating that so far as we know, the medicine has nvea universal satisfaction; and we believe it; from tho several expressions made to us, to be the best aa ti-bilious medicine now in usei Signed Aaron A. Wino, M. D. Peter Hanlock, A. A. Martin, J Jasi Nollner; Mi D. Norfolk, Va. May 25, '44. , ! Mr. A. Gilberti Dear sir,1 please send me four gross of your pills by the very first packet, as I am nearly out of them. The demand for them, iA very much increased, which can only be attribu ted to their being recommended by those wno have been benefitted by the use of them. You can draw on me at sight for the amount as usual. Signed. ' Gi J. New Orleans, March 7, 45. r For sale by GEO. HOWARD. . A scientific Mcdicific. - . . . -. - - GREAT experience and judgment are required to make a valuable, and at the same time,4 inna cent purgative. This is possessed only by fewf The great majority of the remedies advertised of this class are manufactured by persons who ? have no idea of the relative or! individual powera of the drugs they "use. It is this cause, more than any other, which occasions the inertness and often injurious effects, produced by advertised remedies. An J hence the general prejudice which prevails against them. Now there is a great difference in ; this respect, wiuVregard to the pills made by Dr. D, Brandfeth, and consequently tlicir superior claims upon the public. Each of the articles composing the .-v , Biandreth Tills v " Are prepared in that way which will secure their . . beneficial effects to the system in the safest and . easiest manner. For instance, some ingredient3 have to be prepared in the vacuo; that is, the air ia exhausted in the utensil, cod remains so until a combination is- effected, whh other ingredients, which afterwards prevents the air from acting in uriously upon the medicine. Again, the propor tion of each ingredient depends upon its multiply ing power upon other ingredients For the power of different vegetable purgatives upon each other is governed by similar laws that govern the power of figures by multiplication. Nine added to nino I make eighteen: but nine times 1 nine. ' are cighiy onei So it is with some vegetable purgativeS4 By adding nine parts of one ingredient, and'nino parts of another ingredient together, be power ia increased, not to eighteen, bat to eighty-one. For . example, either of the articles to produce any purgative effect, would have to be used to the ex- tent of eighty-one grains; by combining them oqly eighteen grains have'to be used. Again, a -nother ingredient isfound to multiply this power again,-which in a proportion of two grains. Would have no effect . upon the animal economy, but which, added to eighteen rains of a compound of two parts of nine grains, each of two ingredients will again multiply the power which they have gained of eighty-one, to one , hundred and sixty K two.r So again, the mixture of twenty grains caa be again multiplied byan addition of two grains to the power of three hundred and twefily-four. grains of the original power of the two first "ingre dients. Here we have twenty-two grains, which! as a purgative, contain the power equal, to, threa hundred and twenty-four grain?; of , either cf the articles alone; nevertheless also so ' powerful after being thus comjbined, are safe in any quantity always having a beneficial effect, and in no case capable of doing injury, of which thoasand bea -ample witness ' " " ' ;;;" A Let those in any way out of health use tliise Pilili They willjind it much to their advantage, for sale by ; - Geo. Howard. .5 TarboroYNov. 7, 1849. ; . Constables' IllanB for sakx ?zA l.r.r this office; t - i I ...j , " '