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THE undersigned respectfully calls the at tertti of th public to the splendid, highly finished New Scale Rosewood and lIaUogmy teith an entire tail iron frame, handsomely car ved and gilt this iron frame combines ihe en tire instrument, prevents it from warping and getting out of tune For fifteen years hare they been tried in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Vir ginia, arrdsome in constant use in InsUtutio by Professors, and private families, and have given ntire satisfaction; the climate or change of weather have little or no effect on the Instru mehts the tone is powerful, brilliant and sweet. Principals of Academies, professors and mer chants will find it to their interest to purchase these Pianos. All instruments . are warranted. Orders and letters will be promptly answered and attended to. Respectfully, Address, A. KUHM & CO. No. 85 orth Green St., Bait. -rQP tIST OF PRICES. Pianos with- mMalic plate in Rosewood or mahogany cases, octave, from ' 180' to $250, With iron frame, -225 to 300. Ci octave, 250 to 330. GJ. 275 to 350. 7 octave, 300 to 500. 7 octave, Grand Pianos, very powerful and bril liant, irura 500 to $1000. Harps from 350 to $600, V, f The above named Pianos . are constantly man ufactured with all the latest improvements, and will be sold on the most accommodating terms. Any person wishing to purchase 'a Piano will please notify the subscriber, and Piano will be sent here by A. Iv & Co. and if the instru ment or price do not please, they willbeatno charge or expense for transportation of said Pl ant. GEO. HOWARD, Tarboto APPROVED Patent Medici nes, fyc. (JJ. RAY's Ointment, for the cure of white swellings, scrofula, sore legs, &c. HarrelPs febrifuge, or vegetable tonic, " cough mixture of carrageen moss& squills, . extract of sarsaparil la and blood ro6t, anti-bilious tomato pills, Sappington's anti-fever pills do, book on fevers, Goelickes matchless sanative, for the cure of consumption, coughs, colds,&c Phelps's tomato pills- PetersVvegetable do, Thomson's eye water, chemical opodeldoc, Longley's great western Indian panacea, Oil spike, British oil, Bateman's drops, laudanum, raregonc, essence of peppermint, lemon, &c. Harlem oil, castor oil, liquid ointment, French planter to cue corns, East India hair dye. Compound chlorine tooth wash, fancy soaps. Connel's remedy for diseases of urinary organs, Sherman' worm and headache lozenges, Hull's c h lozenges, Hull's anti-fever pills Koof '8 f der ointment, for horses, Clements 's vegetable tonic mixture, Armstro ig's do do Eranss family aperient pills, Evans's tonic do Turner's. ague and fever and chill and fever pills, Tyler's vegetable fever ana ague pills, Wistar's balsam of wild cherry, &c.&ci For sale by Geo. Howard. Just Received, A FRESH SUPPLY OP Dr. Spencer's Vegetable -Pills, ' vegetable tonic and restorative bitters. Dr. Hull's. Fever .and Ague Pills, Dr. Murphys sugar-coated anti-bilious Pills, ' !gue and Fever Pills. r The above medicines are inferior to none one trial will convince. For sale by Geo. Howard. Groceries &c. SUGAR, molasses, coffee, Apple and French Brandy whiskey, Madeira and Malaga wine, Lorillard's and Outcalt's Snuff, Candles -brown and fancy Soaps, Gro'uud pepper and vpice-ginger; Starch, indigo, ink and ink powder, Cap and letter paper, ruled and un ruled, Steel pens and pen holders, &c. &c. . For sale by . GEO, TWWRAD. .' Reduced 16 75 cents DiyClinmiiioii's 0 A safe and certain Cure fbFeverau of every de . fscription Afceo, ' Dr. (iinmpion8 riiHiVioiispiis PURELY VEGETABLE v ; For sale by rGJSOnOWARD. Tarbbro', NoK 9. , ; v Jvticc. ARSAPARILLA, Comstock's compound ex tract; there is 46 othJet preparation bf arsa parilla that can exceed,or equal this. If you-are sure to get Comstock's, you will fiud it superior to all others It does not require puffing. -f )laicol !aiH Extractor, The most extraordinary salve eveY invented for the cure of new or old burns and scalds, and sores and sore "eyes. It has delighted thousands! It will take out all pain in ten minutes and no fail ure It will eure the piles, &c Indian Vegetable Elixir, a sure and safe remedy for rheumatism, acute'ahd chronic, gout, and all the chronic pains of bones, joints and muscles, arising from a top free use of mercury, &c. Dr Spohn's Elixir of Healthy for the certain prevention of fevers or any general sickness, keep ing the stomach in most perfect order,' tfie bowels regular, and a determination to the sdrface. Colds, coughs, pains in the boues, hoarseness, and drop sy, are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying. Dr. Spohn's Ague Pills, warranted to cure if ta ken LCotding tc directions; thousands have in one year "been cured of ague and fever by them.' Dr. .in celestial balm of China a positive cure for the piles and all external ailings all internal irritations brought to the surface by friction with this balm; so in coughs, swelled Or sore throat, lightness of the chest, this balm applied on a'flan ne1. will relieve and cure at oncci Fresh wounds or old sores are rapid ty cured by it. LinJs temperance bitters, on the principle of sub stituting the tonic instead of the stimulant' princi ple, which has reformed so many drunkards. The celebrated compound Chlorins Tenth wash, renowned for its efficacy in purifying ths breath, and preventing the decay of teeth, and keeping the gums healthy and sound For sale by 'TJ). FW It. Ill I). WILD u Botanic Jflediciiics, -m- 1 MlE suEscri berhas juM received, d? rcct from New York, ; . . - A GENERAL ASSORTMENT, OP Thomsonian medicines Lobelia, green'and brown 2nd an 3rd Prepars tion of do-myrrh, cayenne pepper, pond lily Composition, bayberry, barberry, spice bitters, Golden seal, poplar bark, slippery elm, hemlock Nerve p,ow,der, nerve ointment, bitter root, Cough powders, cough syrup, woman's frtend. ' Syringes of yaripus sizes, No. C, &c. &c. which he is enabled to sell at greatly r duceU prices. GEO. HOfVtfnj Tarboro'. .lunf . ; fill HE startling drawback on nearly all medi cal agents has ever beeoi that in their pro cess of purgation and purification they have also debilitated the svsTtM. Hence purgative ii,e dicines were regarded as at best but a necessary evil, patients resorting to them for the relief of on disease at ilie expense of another. To obviatr this, physicians have jong sought for an agent that would at the same time purge, purify and strengthen; hut their iforls were nearly fruitless nd they had almost despaired of success when the labors of science, and research were rewarded by a discovery which -fully realized the fondest desires pf-the mcdicaifaculty, and which is justly regarded as one of .the most important triumphs that pharmacy has ever achieved. This import ant desideratum is named . ' , . . Vegetable Universal Fills, ' which purify the Blood and remove-all corrupt and vitiated humors, and unhealthy accumulations from the body in a manner never before rivalled, and which yet produce "too weakness or lassitude whatever; but op the -.contrary, "tntfe the stomach and invigorate the constitutidp doring the pro gress of their operations! Dr. Le Roy's pills in fact unite those heretofore irreconcileable but most desirable qualities, evacuation and invigora tion; for they are at the same time a strengthening purgative and a purifying tonic. The two princi pal ingredients, in Dr. -Le Roy's ills axe WILD CHERRY AND SARSAPARILLA. J so prepaid that each promotes tli encAcial effect of the other, the former strengthening while the j latter, through its union with yarious vegetable ! ingredients, evcuates ah'j purifies;, thus they superinduce no torpidity r lassitude of the diges tive functions. & ence their operations are attend ed by 10 reaction; or subsequent coslivenessL c 4 ' Dr. Le Roy's pills are the most active and searching medicine in existence.- -They at once attack the very root ot. diseases, and tlieir a,ctiop, is so prompt, that m an hour or two after they are taken, the patient is.awarevof their good effects. They not only operate dh the blood, but. also on the chyle of which the blood is" formed and this secures good "blood from the "fountain head;r more over they produce neither nausea, griping or debi lity, and as a family medicine they have norival. Put up fox the public with (ull directions, by t J. HURI3ARD & GO. O nod' India i holngogue For sale by Geo. Howard. American Agents, New York. For sale by Geo. Howard, Taiboro. March S3. r , X'a uk 8 a u d p rice 8 of Jr J ay lie's ' Family Medicines, viz: ' Jayne's dpectofant, per b6ttle, $1' 00 Hair tonic, 1 00 ttfnic vermifuge, 25 cts. carminative i)alsam( 25cts. sanative pills, per loi, .2.cts. Americin hair dye, 50 cts. alterative, 1 00; ague dills, l 00. Tor sale by QEO. HOWARD. Just IfteceiVedf FRESH SUPPLY of Whittemores concentrated vegetable syrup, a sure remedy for diarrhea' and bowel complaint also, Hemsley's worm-destroying syrupf " . .anti-mineral pills, - Whittemore? 'American plasters doi on paper, r Durkee's Green Mountain vegetable Ointment, For sale by r Geo. Howara. Tin Ware. TTIR subscriber has just received a fresh sup ply of TI.Y Ware, manufactured at Washington, in this State, viz:- Lard stands of various sizes, buckets do do, Coffee pots do tf&,'hieasujes do do,wa'sh tasi' 6 Lanterns, scoops, milk strainers, culenders, Oil cans, pepper boxes, cups, dish pans, &c. (Tt'Orders for gutters, conductors?, and tin ware of every description, will be attended to forthwith. Geo. IIoward farboro', farch 7t To Pensioners. THE Subscriber continues to act as .3 gent for M9cnsioncrs, AT FAYETTEVILLE,"NnRTn CAROLINA; CJharges moderately for his services: furnishes all desired information, and supplies all neces sary Dia iks without charge. JOHN MJCtiJlF. January 18, IS50. Ralcisi t Book Bindery. JTohn ii. 0c Carteret RE TURNS his grateful acknowledgment,! the public for the very, liberal; patronage, Which has been extended tp him, and respectfully an nounces that he still continues the husiness of Book-Binding in all its forms, in the City of Raleigh, where it is . conducted, as heretofore, over Hie North r firolhia lSook rSton where every material and instrument necessary f for binding, re-binding, repairing, will be kept cnustantly on hand, and-ail worK enirusieu.io htm will be promptly' and faithfully executed, in as substantial a manner, as elegant a sty 1 and upon as reasonable : terms, as it can. be done any where.' - . ' f tie will - also execue to order all kinds of bound in plain or tine style to suit purchasers, which cannot be surpassed by the Northern work, viz Ledgers, Journals,. Day looks, Re cord Books, Invoice, Cash, Letter Books, &c. &c. " All orders will be executed with neatness and despatch, nd the patronage of the public is res pectiully solicitedi A liberal disc aunt for cash- Raleigh, August 15th, 1810. . ' . , . djBo6ks, sent to, or left with, Geoi How ard, of '"arburoY will be forwarded with des I Composed of Medicinal Proper scssed hy various vegetable substances. ACTING specifically on the Livo tion, purifying tbe blood, cleans' C'' glaritls, m short, revfving th0 system, and diffusing health ' throughout the human frame. r The following aie present ci! out of CERTIFICATES. Cornwall, Orange county, N( v ilay 19 47 Dr. A . n it nt-tjh n t ' I lime with severe bilious affection 1 Proin Ualeih to Rocky iTSmuit. Fare Reduced TIIK subscriber has taken the contract for car ryino the n.ail " rom Raleigh to Rocky Mount and will place on the line comfrlahlf Plages, good horses and careful drivers, and wi'l run it to connect with the cars on the Wilmington Rail Road, ajrid with his stage line from Rocky Blount to Washington he will , ..... Hi Juce the Fare as, follows: From Raleigh to Ragle Rock, 1 00 Wakefield, 1 50 Stanhope, 2 50 Nashville, 3 50 Rocky M unt; 4 50 Trunks, of ordinary size and weight, $1 50 utof the way in proportion snalt patkagrs,'J5 ents boxes and brudles agreeably to size and weight. ' ' Cm Trunks, packages fee. must be deposited at 'he above places a d the freight paid, or the sub scriber will n t he n sporisililr for iheir snffly For seats, &c apply to K. Yarbrough, Ral eigh T. R. Debnam. KagleRook A. Ji Foste, Wakefield D. Crenshaw, Stanhope B. Ni Freeman, Nashville W L. Quails, Rocky Mount. GEO. UOWABD. Tarboro', April II, 1819 - " ' To Farmers and ifairymeu ylnihony Emerson's Patent double acting rotary For sale by 'Geo. Howard. A scicnlilicIVXediciiie. , Ui andreih Pills for sale by Geo. Howard. MlTCimMsMf.S, : EYE SAIL YE. To the i'nlilic. ) nn H E concurrent testiinony of men- of integrjty - and worth is the best evidence we. can have pf any fact o which we have no cognizance our selves. The great ad vantages possessed by this article over every other, are its certainty, safe-, ty, convenience and economy. All physicians admit that great danger is to be.apprhended from drugging the eye when in an inflamed ad unheal thy state. In the use of this salve this' objection is entirely, removed, as no harm can possibly Je suit from. its use: it being in all cases applied ,to the extebnal portions of the eye, thereby avoid ing all the inconvenience, pain and,danger, whicli necessarily attend the introduction of any pungent article into the eyei Its activity in subduing in flammation'is so great that but few cases require the'use bf more than one bottle to effect a perfect cure One physician remarked t6is, after hay ing witnessed its effects in several instances, that it was a pekfect fire killer." We might multiply reasons why this salve should be; prefeit red above every thing else in the, treatment of dis eases of the eye, but we prefer it should stand on its own merits. V A11 we-as.k isjliaits vjrtues be thjoroughly tested, andjhatthe directions be strict ly followed. . Every bottle of the genuine salve has the name MITCHELL'S EYE' SALVE. . blown in the side's of ' the bottle, and the written signature of the proprietor, D. Mitchell, or the outside wrapper. , D. ' MITCH LL. Perry, W yoming county, N. Y. . ALSO, Dr. Gordon's vegetable anti billow family pills, and lit. Tyler's ague & fever pills, ; For sale by GEO? HO JVdRD; 1 n ... plaint. I was rnmmpnHo.l family pills; and I am olcjPil in i. - I " " " UV Xtt 1 . say. that after usih'ar n fi.w.iLBl'iV. . " Ulel - o - uumi onc permanent relief. To all ihnso am;, , lar Way, I cannot refrain from thus puV commending them, as 1 consider thero a medicine "to possess, especially in tie where persons are removed from tk. ComitfJ of receiyina: medical advice. Yn,,Po J , rlunuJ ; J 'OCJ If Sighed. VV e, the . undersigned dealers in m having for two years past sold a, GiIber?1CIntt' bilious familv nills. take orrpni l ..." . F'casurft m that fir o . K , .. oldlldJ ' ac, 0 ttnuw, me medicine u. 0 universal satisfaction; and we beliereit f nalr.li. . several expressiois made to ns.tobeiLk AARON A. WlNO, M. D. PfiTER H h ild aen y hitlers. . . A. A. MARTIN, fAK T . Norfolk V;:M.., ,r'NoLLSEMU. THIS preparation is a certain sedative allay, ing all nervous excitability and calming nervous iiriittuu'i p-iipuauon oi ine neari uizzms ;o- ; uy ine very hrst packet r me neaa lamiines-i ana all (oseases arising i UUt ui mem. 1 he demand fnr.i, Mr. A. Gilbert. Dear sir, please send v.!.. niju-ii iiv uuLUiiuii u. me. , Liwuiubu f. -j. .... j mniuii can oniy D6 attri1 entirely relieved by a lew dose3 ot these bitters. CirciiSHhin iialtn. For the cure of nil diseases of the skin, burns and scalds, canker of the mouth, cleansing the teeth, cuts, bruises and sprains also an excellent article'fdr shaving. . R. F. IIIBBARD'S Vegt table niily Pills These' pils have been lonjr known to the pro prietors, and au experience of more than twenty years enables them to speak with the utmost as surance of their medicil virtues. Ca r inl n alive . a Ire. Originally prepared by the Rev. B. Hibbaid I'his salte is one of the valuable remedies known for felons, biles, pain ul ulcers, &c. For sale ioTai-boro' by Geo. Howard. -ic ueing recommended by those wh hav been benefitted bv thA lien nf tlnm v ; me at slS,lllor the amount asnsnal.' signed. u j New Orleans, March 7, '45. For sale by GEU..'I101VMD, Notice: TKlL OF TANNIN, or leather restorer, a new -chemical discovery, which penetrates the stillest and hardest leather, i has been twenty years in use; and if tears easily with the lingers, it.imspartat once a strength that is utterly ncre dible until seen Hones that have ring bone, spavin, wind galls, &c. are cured by floor's, Specific; and foundered horses entirely cured by Roof's founder ointment. Cornsthe French plaster is a sure cure., Dr VonnePs gonorrhea mixture, an invaiuab'e cure for all diseases of the urinary organs. For sale by c 1 GEOi HDWrfJiT) Taiboro', Nov. 9. Horses, fyc. for ' hire. per continues to keep horses ano fpilE sub' .v t TERMS PER DAY; For carriage, two horses, and driver, carriage and harness, v .j, barouche, two horses, and driver, v barouche and harness, carryall, two horsesi and driver, H '"carryall and harness, : V n rrrrxr n A Kwoa buggy and horse, ,,? buggy and harness, : - lidrse, saddle and bridle, -V, horse, - , , horse and cart, . , . ,, Cart and gear, ,, Horse and plough, - - plough and gear, . - VVagon and dray, by contract. The above charges are for an ordinary day's tiavel longer or shorter distances, by contract. April 13.. GEO HOWARD. $5 00 2 00 4 00 1 50 3 50 ' I 00 2 00 0 75 1 25 1 00 1 25 0 25 1 00 0 25 CoiiojillMrn. 'P HE subscriber, has just received a fjuantity of Cotton Yarn, : different lumbers, which he will sell very low . : , foi ensh or hartrr r I Persons desirous of purchasing cheap, vill do well to call andHeei ' Feb. 4. Geo. Howard. I Or. KfJIIIs Jlbijssiniari Mixture. For Gonorrikea, Gleet, Fluor At bus Gravel, &e. setter lrom L)r.,Ja.rnes li. Callum, dated JNliltorf, N. C. 'August 14, IS 47. )r. J. Kuhi Dear Sir: ' Your medicines have given entire satisfaction m this section of country, the Abyssinian Mixture especially, is highly approved of. it has neverfail ed to cure in every case. It sells like hot cakes, have never had enough to su'Bpfy the demand. 1 . You will please send me a large "supply ofita loon as you arrive at home Yours. TesneciWIr, J. P. CALLUM, Milton Drug istoie, From the Milton' Chronicle. Laurel Grove, near Milton) Jan. 15,1843. Dr. Kuhl Dear Sir: We have now been about seven years, Agents for the sale of your Restorer of th Blood, and ota- " 4- ... ' " . : . .... er Medicines, and ar hannv tr ctntP thpr Law - g l J VWUl'V VI1.J given in all cases general satisfaction, particular ly the Abyssinian Mixture has given universal satisfaction so that every one, who has used it, as received that relief that von 'guaranteed u. . , 0 , your directions. Mr. James M Vrernon, to whom , you recommended your Aromatic Extract, h Rheumatism, bought a bottle of it at 50 Cenis and two embrocations cured him entirely, and the disease has never returned. Yours, respectfully, KIR BY ANDERSON For sale by Geo. Howard. run p.tu: MEDICATED INDIA RUBBER Porous Plaster FOS RHEUMATISM. LUMBAGO. GOUT, jfN- all cases where it is thought advisable t? keep. up permanent stimulant impressions on or near the organ diseased, these plasters will be found highly valuablei In fact, all the benefit that can accrue from a continuous counter-irritant, will be produced in the most efficient manner by them. 4s in rheumatism, gout, enlargement o the joints, chronic ,diseaseVf the liver, spl lungs, or other internal. organs, in short, in a other cases where warming or strengthening plaS ters are beneficial, these vill be found to be supc rior to any now in use. For sale by ge6. noirMD' The piles, all sores, rheumatism Hays Liniment an .irticie rnnrn incite nlphrated as a cure . J J (0 I ihe above than any or all others. Thecal cure are almost innumerable and it is onlyi8 sary to let; those ttho know the article and used irwith such great success know that it 18 be had true and genuine (for there areconte feiten) jof Dr. Lucius Comstock 21 Cor l,a st.'Nqvv York and so of the rest of the artice here named. , .oVmkolmstock's Vermifige-wo ' ' f .v.-vi :-... . -Midren atB nesiocfi will eradicate ana cure . ,i the i atntle k Lvo wnrma. Pantion. Beware 0 unless the m me is spelled Kolmstock'i Dutch name of the inventor. For sale by -? Geo. Howari Tarboro,;WoT.S'; . i .".,-