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THE undersigned respectfully calls the at tention at the public to the splendid, highly finished New Scale Rosewood and Mahogany ; withari entire east iron frame, handsomely car ved and gilt this iron frame combines the en tire instrument, prevents it from warping and getting out of tune. For fifteen years have they been tried in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Vir ginia and some in constant use in Institutions, V Prnfpnra nml nrivatn families, and have i.'n Antirfl aatisfcetirm: the climate or change I f aroaiW have little or no effect on the Instrn-J mehts-thetone is powerful, brilliant and 8wcet.paHa thatoa exceed or ualthis. If you are Principals of Academies, professors and mer Chants will find it to their interest to purchase these Pianos. All instruments are warrantee. Orders and letters will be promptly answered srnd attended to. Respectfully, Address, A. KUHN & CO. No. 85 North Green St,, Bah. LIST OP PRICES. 1 i Pianos with metalic plate in Rosewood orl mahogany cases, 6 octave, from 180 to $250, With iron frame, 225 to 300. 6i octave, 250 to 330. 6h 275 to 350. 7 octave, 300 to 500. 7 octave, Grand Pianos, very powerful and bril-l Uant, from 500 to $1000. Harps from 350 to J ggQO I The above named Pianos are constantly man- ofactorcd with all the latest improvements, and vill be sold on the most accoramodatinff terras. AM.noreAn ?; ok i n . u o u; ,nn r.i i J lvMJ sAfJl 1aJaII 1V UIVIIOOO U 1 IUUV VTlJS'l please notify the subscriber, and a Piano will be sent here by A. K. & Co. and if the instru-J mentor price do not -please, tbov will be at no charge ox expense for transportation of said Pi ano. GEO, HOWARD, 7hrboro APPROVED JPatcnt Medicines, fyc LHAYs Ointment, f or :the-cnreof white swellings, scrofula, sore legs,&c. HarrelPs febrifuge, or vegetable tonic, cough mixture of carrageen moss & squills , 1 extract of sareaparilla and Wood Toot, anti-bilious tomato pills, 8appingtons anti-fever ills doi1ook on fevers, Uoehcke'e matchless sanative, for the cure of consumption, coughs, colds, &c. Phelps's tomato pills Peters'o vegetable do, Thomson's ye water, diemicil opodeldoc, LongIey8 great western Indian panacea, Oil spike, British oil, Dateman's drops, laudanum Paregoric, essenoc-cf peppermint, loraon, &c. Harlem oil, castor oil, liquid ointment, Prench plaster to cure corns, East India ha'rdye, Compound chlorine too: h ivash, fanoy soaps, Conncrs remedy for diseases of urinary organs, Sherman's Worm and headache lozenges, - IIulp8 cough loxenges, HuTT s anti-1everiills Hoof 8 founder ointment, for horses, Clements' vegetable tonic mixture, Armstrong's &q Je Evans's family aperient pills, Evanses tonic 3o Tctact's ague and fever and chill and (ever -pills, Tyler's vegetable fever and ague pills, TVistaPs balsam of wild cherry, &c. &ci For sale by Geo. Howard. Just Received, A FRESH SUPPL1T OP I)r. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, ' vegetable tonic and restorative bitters. Br. Hull's Fever and Ague Pills, Dr. Murphy's sugar-coated anti-bilious Pills, Ague and Fever Pills. The above . medicines are inferior to done one trial will convince. For sale "by Cho. Howard. JYotice. A GOOD 60 saw Cotton Gin, but lit tie worn, can be had on reasonable terms, on application to Geo. Howard, Tarboro'. Tarbo'ro May 28th, 1849 Motanic Medicines. -m- HE subscriber has just received, di rect from New Vork, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Thotiisoniaii IVIcdicities Lobelia, green and brown 2nd and 3rd Prepar tion of do myrrh, cayenne pepper, pond lily. Composition, bayberry, barberry, spice bitters, Golden seal, popUr bark, slippery elin, hemlock Nerve powder, nerve ointment, bitter root, Cough powders, cough syrup, woman's frterid Syringes of various sizes, No. 6, &c. &c. which he is enabled to sell at greatly r duced prices. GUO. HOWARD Tarboro', June 23 Preston & Merrill's Mnrallible Ifcast MoieaCr For sale by fc Bfofcrt ' Reduced to 75 ceats. Br. Champion's Vegetable Ague Medicine , A safe and certain cure for Fevers of every de scription AT2SO, Dr. Champion's antubilious pills PURELY ViSfttBtf. For safe by GEO. HOWARD Tarboro, Nov. 9. JYotice. S1 ARSAPARILLA, Comstock's componrrfl ex- tract; there is no other preparation of sarsa sure to -get Comstoek's, yju will ud it fctperwr to all others. It does not require puffing. Alugieul Pain Extractor, The most extraordinary safae vf invented for the cure of new orolU burns and scalds, and sores and sore eves. It has delighted thousandsi It will take out all pain Vu ten minutes and no fail ure It will eure the piles, &c Indian Vegetable Uitxir, a sure ana saie remeay - . . .. . in for iheumatism, acute and chronic, gout, ana an the chronic pafcs of bones, joints and muscles, arising from a too free use ol mercury, sec. Spshns Elixir of Health for the certain prevention -of fevers or any general sickness, keep ng the stomach in most perieci order, vne Dowers regular, and a determinati on to the surface. Coles coughs, pains m the boues, hoarseness, and drop sy are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying A r t t n ri ?if . J : P oponns Jigur rms, warrant iv cui i. ken acrordini? tc directions; thousands have tn one yearueen cared ot ague ana rever uy tnem .L.m celcsUal balm oj Lhma a positive cure f01f ine Pue8 arKi a11 external ainngs-au inienim irritations brought to 4he surface by friction with this balm; so in coughs, swelled or sore throat, tightness of the chest, this balm applied on a flan nel will relieve and cure at oncei Fresh wounds or old sores are rapidly cured Ijy h. Lin's temperance bitters, on the principle of sub stituting the tonic instead of the stimulant princi ple, which has reformed so many drunkards The celtlirated compound CUnrins Tooth ivash renowned fur its efficacy in purifying ths breath, and preventing t!te decay of teeth, and keeping the gums heahhy and sound. For sale by geo. now Ann. Witt) ClIEHrtT1 AND ARSAPARILLA fTnilC startling drawback on nearly all medi cal agents has ever been that in their pro cess of purgation and purification they have also debilitated the system. Hence purgative me dicines were regarded as at best but a necessary evil, patterns -resorting to them tforthe relief ofmt disease at the expense of anottieri To obviate this, physicians have long sought for an agent that would at the same time purge, purify and strengthen; Wt their fTorts were nearly fruitless and they had almost -despaired of success when the labers of science, and research wre 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 nt desideratum is named Bt at Bog's Vegetable Universal Pills, which purify the blood and remove all corrppt and vitiated humors, and unhealthy accumulations from the body in a manner never before rivalled, and which yet produce no weakness or lassitude whatever; but on the contrary, tne the stomach and invigorate the constitution during tite pTo- gross of their operations1. Dr. Le Roy's pills in fact unite those heretofore irreconcileable but most desirable qualities, evacuation and invigora tion; ior they are at the same time a strengthening purgative and a purifying tonici The two princi pal ingredients in Dr. Le Roy's pills are WltD CHERRY AND SARSAPARIllft, so prepared that each promotes the beneficial effect of the other, the former strengthening, while the Utter, through its union with various vegetable ingredients, evicuates and purities; thus they superinduce no torpidity r lassitude f the 4ies- live functions, & hence their operations are attend d by no reaction, or subsequent costiveness. Dr. Le Roy's pills are the most active aud searching medicine in existence They at once attack the very root of diseases, and their action is so prompt, that in an hour or two after they are taken, the patient is aware of ttreir good effects. rhey flot only cperate On the blood, but also on the cfoyle 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 sale by Geo. Howard, Tarboro'; Hale & WiUard, Spartai March 23. VYMus and prices of Dr. Jaynes family ftlcclicliics, Viz; Jayne's Expectorant, per bottle, $1 00; Hair tonic, 1 00; tonic vermifuge, 25 ctsi carminative balsam, 25 els. sanative pills, per box, 25 cts. merican hair dye, '50 cts. alterative, 1 00; ague Jms, l GO. For sale by QV. HOWARD. Tarboro', Nov. 9. Just Received, 1 J.; FRESH SUPPLY of Whittemore's concentrated vegetable syrup, a sure remedy for diarrhea and bowel complaint also, Hemsley's wnrm-destroying syrup, " anti-mineralpills, Whittemore's American plasters-dii on paper, Durkee's Green Mountain vegetable Ointment, For sale by Geo. Howard. Tin Ware. THE subscriber has just received a fresh sup ply of TIJV fVare, manufactured at Washington, in this State, viz: Lard stands of various sizes, buckets do do, Coffee pots do do, measures do do, wash bastns Lanterns, scoops, milk strainers, -calenders, Oil cans, pepper boxes, cups, dish pans, dec. QTr'Ordeis for gutters, conductors, and tin ware of every description, will be attended to forthwith. Geo. Howard, Tarboro', March 7 To Pensioners, e- THE Subscriber continues to act as ft gent for Pensioner At Fayetteville, North Carolina; Charges moderately for his services; furnishes all -desired information, and supplies all neces sary Blaaks without charge. JOHN MACRAE. Januarv tfl, IF50. From Raleigh to Rocky Mount. Tare Reduced. subscriber has taken the contract for car rying the mail from Raleigh to Rocky "Mount, and will place on the line comfortable stages, ood horse3 aad careful drivers, and will run it to connect with the cars on the Wilmington Rail Road, and with his stage line from Rocky Mount to W ashiajjton he will Reduce She Fare as follows: From Raleigh to Eagle Rock, SI 00 1 50 2 50 3 50 4 50 it Wakefield, Stanhope, Nashville, Rocky Mount, Trunks, df ordinary size and weight, $1 50- utrt of the way in proportion nall patkagts, 25 "ont3 boxes and brodlcs agreeably to size and weight. Trtnks, packages &c. must be deposited at he above places ard the freight paid, or the sub scriber will not he responsible for their safety. For seats, "&e apply to K. Yarbiough, Ral eigh T. R. Dcbnam. EaglRock A. Ji Foster, , Stanhope-B. r t Wakefield I). S. Crenshaw Freeman, Nashville VVi L. Quails, Rocky Mount. GEO. 1IOIVABD. Tarboro', Aril 11, 1815 To Farmers and Dairymen. Anthony Emerson's Fatcnt double acliw rotary For sale by Gto. Howard. A rcieiitilicJ?IMlieiiic. Btandreth PiMs for sale by Geo. ttoward. JfUTCHEJOV S E1E AIL YE. To ihe Public. rniHE concurrent testimony of men of integrity and worth is the best evidence we can have of any fact o which we 4iave no cognizance our selvesi The great advantages possessed "by this article over every other, are its certainty, safe ty, convekience and economy. All physicians admit that great danger is to be afprehrended from drugging the eye when in an inflamed and unheal thy state. la the use of this salve this objection is entirely removed, as no fcarm an possibly fe suit 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 eyet Its activity in subduing in flammatioa is so great that but few cases require the se of more than one bottle to effect a perfec cure. One physician remarked to us, after have ing witnessed its effects in several instances, that it was a "pkrfect fire khxer." We migbt multiply reasons why this salve should be prefert 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 Us virtues be thoroughly tested, and that the directions be strict, ly followed. Every bottle of the genuine salve lias the name MlTCHELt'S EYE SALVE, blown in the sides of the bottle, and live written signature of the proprietor, D. feliTCHEix, on the outside wrapper. D. MIJCHELL. Perry, Wyoming county, N, Y. ALSO, Dr. Gordon's vegetable anti bilious family pills, and Dr. Tyler ague & fever pills, Raleigh Book Bindery. V 0QO- ' John It. Be Carteret RETURNS his grateful acknowledgments to the public for the very liberal patronage which has been extended to him, and respectfully an nounces that he still continues the business of Book-Binding in all ita forms, in the City of Raleigh, where it Is conducted, as heretofore, over The North Carolina Book Store - where every material and instrument necessary for binding, re binding, repairing, will be kept cnustantly 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 execute to order, all kinds of bound in plain or fine style to suit purchasers, which canot toe su-passed by th Northern work, viz. Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, fie cord Books., Invoice, Cash, Letter Books, 4ici &c. All -erd" ill be executed wkh ocainess and -des Jnd the patronage of the publicisres pectiully solicited! A liberal discount for cashi , iialeigh, August 15th, -18 J9. (XjBook3, &c sent to, or left with, Geoi How ard, of Tarb&ro' will be forwarded with des patch R. Hibbard & Cos Wild Cherry Bitter THIS preparation is a certain sedative allay, ing all nervous excitability and calming nervous irritation palpitation of the heart dizziness fof the head fJiritiness and aU diseases arising from a sympathetic affection of the stomach, are entirely relieved by a few doses of these bitters. Circassian Balm, For the cure of all disea-es of the skin, burns and scalds, canker of the mouth, c tea n stag the teeth, cuts, bruises and sprains also an excellent article for shaving, H. F. IIIBBAHDS lregttabte Family Pills. These ?iHa have been long known to the pro prietors, and an experience of more than twenty years enables them to speak with the utmost as Huraace of -their medical virtues. Carminative Salve, Originally prepared by the Rev. B. Ililbatd. Hris saWea one of the valuable remedies known for felons, biles, pain ul ulcers, &c. For sale inTarboro' by Geo. Howard. Notice. H,!fhlL TANNINr leather restorer, a new i I -'chemical discovery, wh;ch .penetrates 4he stiflest and hardest leather, i has been twenty years in use; and if tears easily with the lingers, itjmspartat oace a strength that is utterly ncre dible until w?en Horses that have ring bono, spavin, 4nd galls, -sre cured by Roof's Specific; and foundered horses entirely cured by Roof 's founder ointment. Corns the French plaster is asurecre. J)r Conncrs gonorrhea mixture an invaluable cure for all diseases of the urinary organs. For sab by GEOi MO WARD. Tarboro', Nov.S. Morses j $?c. for hire. 7$Y HE sb?" .ter continues to Jfeep Worses and i Vehicles for hire en 1e following TERMS PER DAY? For carriage, two horses, and driver, n -carriage and harness, baroucrte, two riorses, and driver, barouche and harness, carryall, two feorses, and driver, ,, carryall and harness, ? huggy and horse, n huggy and harness, horse, saddle and bridle, ,, horse, , horse and cart, ,, Cart and gear, - - ,, Horse and plough, ,, plough and gear, Wagoa and dray, by contract. $5 H 2 00 400 1 60 3 50 1 00 2 00 0 75 1 25 1 00 1 25 0 25 1 00 0 25 The above charges are for an ordinary day's travel longer or shorter distances, by contract. April 13. GEO, HOWARD, Votton Yarn. o JpHlS.abscxiber has just received a quantity of Cotton Yarn, different aumbers, which he will sell very low For cash or barter Persons desirous of purchasing cheap vill do well to call and see. - liaenix These Medici nu u- t. . . lie for a penod of FHTJEEN YT?T4e? during that time hTe inuiutained a WhTS' in almost erery part of the glob for iLir?"1 dmary and nnHlwle power or restoring health to persona uffrriug undrmr?v J Of diaease to which the hamao fram i, jjt7 IN HAJ3Y THOUSAHDS uffertra from th very verge of a imtimeJ terly failed; and to many thotmutfe lq i VI him i , permanently eearea toat nntfornt health, without wtacli Iro itself b but V H bleasiug. Sa great, indeed, has their eflfcaJ rt:' riably and infallibly proved, that it has carcely less than miraculous to tl; wjjtd ' acquainted with the beautifully philo8opUiai ciplcs upon which they are compounded, an wfeich they oweuciitIy act. It wi JJ 5 tnanifest and sensible action in purifyiow tf,. ar. newed tone amd vigor, that they were bdekil8 their name. boat firNKS are purely and solely vecrotahl tara neither HerCTTy, Antimony, nor jutt flic, nor any other mineral, in any form They are entirely composed of extracts from and powerful plants, the virtues of which, thov foagfenown -to -several la&aa tribes, sod rec! r to som eminent pharmaeeoticat chemists, are i gether unknown to the igaorant vha,5, medical science ; and were iwrer before aAaiik tered in so happily efficacious a combination. The first operation is to loosen from the rn.. . I the stomach and bowels the varieas impuritieg crudities constantly settling round them ; and tl TeoMve live -hardened feces which collect io eonvoltttions of iho small inteetmee. Other med eiaes only partially oieanse tlese, d leae 8Q,,v Collected masses behindio produce toafbhnal CoM.rj. ness, with all its train of evils, or sudJen Diarrhxi with its imminent dangers. Tins fuel 1 Jtuowu to all regular anatomists wh eatamine th ttntman bowels after death ; and hence theorem, dice of these weU ttt&rmed men against the qua medicines of the age. The second effect of thi VEGETABLE LIFE 1IEDICINES cleanse the kidneys and the bladder ; and, bv thi means, the liver and kings, tfee bealrful action cf which entirely depends upon tho regularity of th sirinary organs. The blood, which takes its t4 osier from the fifeney&f . the liver and lungs, befort it passes into the heart, 'beiug'thuti jwrified by them, and nourished by food coming from a clean stomal, courses freely through the veins, renews every paa nf Ihe system, and triumphantly inoauta the bant; iX 1eahh "in the 'bleomag cheek. -The following are among the stressing van'etj ' or human diseases in which the VEQETABI2 X1FE TffF-TlTui fi kS are well kuswtu U U i, hbie : DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the fu and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pi Wealthy bile, .iustead of the stale" and send kind; TT, ATULaS NCY , Lote if Appetite, Utirtbvn, Headache , Reatlessnesst Ill-temper , Anxiety Languor, and Melancholyt which are tho ;?nen! tcnptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a t.iturv' consequence oT Hs cure. CpstiTeneSS, by cleansing the whole lengthy tho .istesiiuos with a solvent process, and without violence : ali violent purges leave the boweh costhi within two days. Diarrhcoa and Choksti, by remeving tb harp acrid aids by which these complaint) w occasioned, and by promoting the lubricativeseo "iron of the mucous membrane. Fevers f a'l kinds, by Testoring-fheofidtoi regular circulation, through tho prorviw o rsjj ration in suck cases, aud the thorough solution (j -, all intestinal obstruction in othera. The LrfFg MeuiciNcs have been ktxwo ti fuie BHETJ32ATISI1I permanently in thrat weeks, and GOUT in half that -time, iy rpmwiaj local inflammation from the muscles ana ligament! of the joints. 3QP8ie8 f !' kinds, by freeing and strength' ening the kidaeys and bladder . they operate mod delightfully on these important organs, esd htm have ever beeu found a certain remedy for tbi worst cases of GRAVEL. AJsoyyCrmB, by dislodging from the turw'Dfi . of the bowels the slimy matter to which the creatures adhere. Asthma and Gcnarsiaptioa, by reiievi gt! ak-8selof the lungs from the mucens whdiewi slight cS3a "Will cooasiun, and which, if uot , moved, becomes hardened, and produces tks dreadful diseases. Scaity, Ulcers, and Inveterate Sores, the perfect purity which these T7TTT fpj' CIINES give to tkeVeod, and all the hunw.-h Scorbutic Emp'fioiij Bad Complex- fens, by their alterative effect upon the fluuJ M feed the akin, and the morbid state of which occa sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, d other disagreeable complexions. The se f tese Pills for a very short time i3 fFect an entire cre of SALT RHEUM, udi striking improvement in the clearness of tli skm COMMON COLDS and IN-ELUENZA rf always be cured by one dose, or y two even ii tite worst cases. 3PJJ2S. As a temefiy forthw roost distwisz and obstinate malady, the VEGETABLE HEDICINES deserve a distinct and eiupto recommendation. It is well known to huudjin this city, that the former proprietor.of these m! able Mediciaea was himself afiicted with ttt oxrfrilaint for upwards of thirtt-five team .1 that he tried in vain every remedy prwcnw within the whole compass of the Materia Mtditi He however at length tried the Medicine which Trow ogered to tbe public, and he was cured in very short time, after his recovery had beenp nounced not only improbable, but absolutely US possible, by any human means. FEVER AND AGUE For this scourge of the western country thf Medicines will be fonnd aaafe, speedy, and ewj remedy. Other medicines leave the system )ct to atetura of the disease a cure by JJ medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BEW TISF1ED, AND BECTJRED. Billons Fevers and Liver Comply General SelafitV, Loss of Appetite, Diseases ok Females Ihes medicines have Wi used with the most beneficial results in case of P , w 1 I AJ, kUU w -J worst farms, yieWs ta the mild yet power iirfioft these remarkable Medicines. N'0irr S Nervous DueiLmr, Nervous C umPLaint kinds, Palpitation or tii Heart, P1 Couc, are speedily cured HERCW lj DISEASE' Persons who- "T .. . u, ; paired by tW . t consutntions become ft .e injudicious ii -o,,o wJI d to r -edicinea a rfeet cure, as they iw lafiaite,y than the most pof 0n.0f 'Parflla. A liugla trial Place then, bayond tho reach of competitkl? cakkfiJlof "counterfeit npfT KVe late,y discovered, tad I JJ fkW "tiiora arrested, both in the city off York and abroad. . ny of no one who is not an un ft spared and sold by Dr. W B. MOFFAT.f woadway, New-York. FOR SAT.E J)V i Geo. Howard, TV10 Unl;ke thenostff pcralaou- qnacW,t. st of vegetable ingredients, the LTPR in!12 MM. ID. Tnrncr'8 Almanacs for 1850, For sale by (ho, W ' 1 Geo. Howard. For sale by 0, HO WARD'