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20O Bbls. Rectified Whiskey.
' 2$ " Gin,
In store for sale by
11 VV. II. VVILLARD.
Washington, Dec. 7th, 1S50.
iVJjite Oak Bbl Staves
TflE undersigned wishes to buy W.
q gbl Staves, for which he will pay the
highest market price for a good article.
W. II. WILLARD.
Washington, N. C. Dec. 7th, 1850.
yT Nov. Term 1S50, of Edgecombe
County Court, Divid Barlow, Jesse Har
p Charles Mabry. Bolin B. Baron, Wil
liam Ellis, William F. Lewis, William R.
fherrv, Josiah D. Jenkins William D.
j'ctway and Robert Bynum, were duly
elected as superintendants of Common
,i)C County Court Clerk's office, on the first
Thursday in January next, (it being the
second day thereof.) and organize, by ap
pointin? one of their number Chairman,
awl "to .lpp.oint School committees for the
J SO NOR FLEET C. C. C.
end cx-ojficio Clerk of the Board of Su
perintendants. Dec. 7th, 1850.
A. H. R VY.
J. A. RAY
MissE. W. Curtis, Instructress on
Piano, avid in Vocal Music.
Miss R. S. Fairai l, Instructress on
Guitar, and in Vocal Music, Drawing and
Painting. Calisthenics. &c
Other assistance as it may be necessary.
The Spring Session of 1851, (the 17th
under the present Principals.) will com
mence on Monday the Gth of January.
The Trustees are highly gratified to be a
ble to announce to the public, that hereaf
ler the undivided attention of both of the
Principals ivill be devoted to the interests ALL persons interested in John IVa's
of this Institution. JMr. Rav having re- trust, are requested Co appear at the Cli k
lin.ii-hl a profitable and successful ;HU Master's office in the ! town of IVb.r
Mal School, in order to add his personal ourIi, on Tuesday, the Hih of January
efforts to those of the former verv efficient : next
Wrps o( Teachers, in making this all lhatj
a pod Female Institution ough to be.
The Hoard recommend with very great
confidence, thi Louisburg Female Semi
nary to the patronage of the public For
cheapness, soundness of instruction, im
partiality and fidelitv in teaching, hich-
nnorl l i: n i I
i nijiiis, mis insiiiuiion will compare
successfully with any in the State In
point of health the Hoard give it as their
deliberate opinion that this village is not
sxrpasserj hv anv location in the central
Potion of the State, and in support of this j
opinion they may add. that among the j
,ArKe '.umber of pupils from the Eastern
Part of the State, there has not been a j
dea,h in the eight years during which the j
Academies have been under the govern-!
flent of the present Principals; and there!
been, for-several vears, but very few,
f"es of sickness requiring the attention
ofa Wirsichn: and thev understand from
the most reliable sources, that for the last
vears medical bills among the pupils
Me Wn nnrly unknown, and through-'
0,t 'lie entire community there has been
A Ci.. ... . . . Hi . . . I
.uiar prepared dv the principals. '
cttin- forih n i -i lu
s'onhm detail the government,
f.' r 'It . i 9
''III hA KcnnJ nA 1 !
be issnoH snnn. nnrl Pnt nn aII.
CatK.n In 11 ...i - . . . . ...
oil w no may teel interested in
m'nutiaeof ihpS. hnnl
to observed and practised here,
border of the Board,
T. K. THOMAS. Secretary.
J,eC 5th, 1R50
fcP'The North State Whig. Newber-
K&f,, JIT ; "! . CSCh . mscr" I
i wmi copy oi paper.
' tAu associated with me Mr.
riehn. i i- wauiB, t u , an exne-
Arch' ,,,a11 ,u uie various styles of
'"-Cll tvni.U . .
. u,c, i wouitt announce to the
lf that we are nronnrofl
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ue bllihIJr,- C ..I ...
cottar u piam or ornamental
c a public buildings, churches, &c
- au unisn 10 uety competi
Will Kll la. ..I . I . . .
y tl0 dnw
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.,..i., ,,y im; Jlif)
T no ma onnnnv
i.niu inuucnces, ana ,ghaie of New yor. prccs
Strictness ill re lllati riff lhf pvnpnrliliiroai ,t tw urn . nr.
F innic department.
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THE Examination will take place or.
the 10th and 11th inst. and a View session
of 5 months will begin, on the 1st Mon
day in January, 1851.
There will be an -Exammation of the
Music Class on Wednesday evening (1 1.)
By order of the Trustees.
T R:$?M. B: GIVEN, Princ's
Dec. 3,1850. .:'
6 times, Aurora copy.
WarrctUbn, N. C.
THE ninth Term of this school will
commence on ihe 1 5th '"of lanuaryl851
land terminate the first week in November.
TERMS AS FOLLOWS PEIl SESMON OF 5
Board, $50 00
English Tuition, i0 50
French. 02 00
German, n 00
Music on Harp and use of instru
ment, 35 go
Music on Piano and use of instru-
,nft 23 00
Music on Guitar and use of instru
ment, . 20 00
Drawing and Painting, 10 00
Painting in oil colors, 15 00
Washing and Fuel, 6 00
Usefuj and Ornamental Need'e work free
No extra charge whatever will he made.
Books, Stationary &c, furnished at the
lowest retail prices.
It is particularly desirable that pupils
should be present a the commencement
of the session, as studies will then be ar-'
ranged and elasses formed.
n .-t. r , . ,i
.u amcie 01 eioimng musi ne maiKeil!
with the owners name in full
A circular containing fuller information !
.v 111 uu MuuicsHii iu an puiMjus wno may :
:ii K , 1 , , 11 ,
desire ii DANIEL TURNER
Warrenton, Dec. IS. 1S50.
KEN ELM II LRJVIS, C ,1 R
Dec. 20th, 1S50. Pi ice adv. Sl,25
To Cotton Grower
TH E undersigned wishes to purchase
f!ntfnn tnr whi.'-h Uo will rviv u illiiit 'i
v. ii. liii ui;.
Washington, N. C lG'.h Dec. IS50.
Cheese and Butt?r
210 Roxes very superior dairy Cheese,
5 Kegs dito. Rutter,
Just received for sale low hv
W. II. WILLARD,
Washington, Dec. 7ih, 1850.
Flour and Pork.
228 Bbls Flour, Fine and superfine,
75 Mess Pork.
Just received for sale by
W II WILLARD.
Washington, Dec. 7th. 1S50.
Bagging and rope
THE Subscribers have now on
, . , r
their supply ot
MCavy UUnny . ami v,c-. ,wa. ua,.,
V . .1 I ! v mm nn l" V rf I T fT
Best Kentucky Hemp and Uibe rope
all for sale at unusually low prices.
PITT MAN 8? CUT II BERT.
Petersburg, Va. August. 1S50.
Thomas L. Liddon,
BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER,
INFORMS the citizens of Martin and the
adjacent counties, that he has
Z moved to Hamilton
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. -
Jos. fValdo, Hamilton,
IVm, Nor fleet, Tarboro,'
Baker Stolon, Etigecmbe Co.?
Goold Hoyt, Greenville.
Hamilton, April 3, 1350.
ake and Scrape
. TURPENTINE makers, desirous of
contracting for the above named articles,
will find it lo their interest to call on, or
communicate with the undersigned.,
IV M II WILLARD.
Washington, N. C, Oct. 1st, 1850.
THE UNDERSIGNED has in Store,
received per late arrival from Baltimore,
New York and Boston, a large
Stock of CoocIs9
which he will sell at very low prices for
cash, or on approved credit: Consisting in
23 hhds. good retailing molasses,
15 tierces "
GO hags Rio and Laguayra Coffee,
8 hhds. P. II. and N O. Sugar,
15 bbls. and boxes of crushed, powdered-
and loaf do.
200 bbls. New York Flour,
100 u Western Mess Pork,
175 ' Whiskey. Rum, and Gin,
75" Butter, Sugar, Soda and Pic
35 boxes Candles, warranted to give
50 " Osgood's Family Soap,
50 kegs Powder,
150 bags Shot,
I 2 0 reams Wrapping Paper,
25 " F C. and Letter do.
150 kegs Nails 4s to 20s inclusive,
25 boxes 5s and 8s Tobacco
iv. 11 iv ill jinn.
Washington, N C, Oct. 1st, 1S50.
A Roanoke' Plantation.
- HAVING determined to move South,
I now offer Tor sale inv verv valuable
nlautation on Roanoke River. Ivin- seven
.. . .n
miles above liaston, five miles from the:
Petersburg Rail Road, and twenty one or!
two miles from Warrcntou
5 p 1 :i n i a -
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nun is in mc I ounlv or INorthampton,
j but within one mile of the confines of the;
I Counties of Warren, Halifax, and Limns-!
I wii-k, v a. l lie tract consists ot
2,5 BO teres
including more i ha ti ha'fuf Pugh's Inland,
vhi;:li is (d isced .vith the bust, laud it; the
Si.ite for ihe growth of Coi n and Wheal
Phc uj)i.itid.s are exceedingly well adapted j
to the cultivation of Tobacco. The Res-'
idenoe upon thi.- land is one of the most
beautiful and e'h'gmt, the Mttialion being
iufirior to none in its general appearance
Only one mile from the dwelling there is
a Mineral Spring (belonging to the tract,)
and it is considered in its properties by
all those who have drank
of its waters
nn.il iti t nf Innms' VV'bStt
bulphur. 1 const, era useless to say more, WE W,SI tQ CQntract for jake MMpc j for of either Italian, Egyptian, or Anuri
as those who w.sh to purchase w.ll come- . be deWm6 next fa and can Marble; and work warranted to please
ami examine lor themselves. 1 am ex- ' , ... .... ... .Urnn qIa. ar..l if ,limqnl Kpfnr .livn.
I 1 " II .1 f r I
piwiI i iur t nnvniiiQ t r tii Ihnrrilnrp frI
willintr to make a considerable sacrifice.
Ti ri r t rt n r r i tt 1i Ti t
Chcnut Hill, N. C. Oct. 17.
v P. S. Persons wishing to purchase can
learn the terms &e. by addressing . me at
Marianna, Florida. B A. 1).
JYcto Itoarding House
ITIrs. Si. A FORI),
WOULD respectfully inform the pub-'
lie. that she has taken the House lately
occupied by Mrs. Swann, as a Boarding
House, and having had it thoroughly re
paired, and fitted with new and handsome
furniture throughout, she will be enabled
to accommodate a number of transient or
permanent Boarders in the best manner.
The Houses is as pleasantly situated as any
and a number of her best rooms will be
reserved for the accommodation of tran-
sient visiters She can confidently be
speak the patronage of those desirous of
j obtaining a Boarding House of l he first
j class, as she flatters herself that her ar-
rangemenis cuunui ue &uipuseu iur com
fort and convenience, and no exertion
will be spared calculated to add to the
hqppioess and contentment of her guests.
The House is now open for the recep
tion of permanent or day boarders. For
terms, apply to Mrs. Ford.
Nov. 15, 1850.
X- 4 U 1 C
Bacon and Lard
FOR SALE at the store of
J J. Pi'ppen $ Son.
Tarboro' Juno 13; ISSfr
jf u r i f s i I) c Bloo b.
The best Family Medicine now before the public
It has been computed, that during the last
twenty years three millions of persons have
annually been benefited by the use of
these Medicines ; f fact which speaks volumes
in favor of their cumtiveproperties a single trial
will place them beyond the reach of competition in
the estimation of every patient. By their use the
blood ia restored to a pure and healthy state, freed
from all impurities. The system is not reduced
during their operation, but invigorated, and they
require no restraint from business, or pleasure.
The -afflicted have in Moffat's Life Pills
and PhOBnix Bitters, a remedy tliat will do
for them all that medicine can possibly ettect
The genuine of these medicines are now put up
with a line steel engraved wrapper and labels
and copy right secured according to the" laws of tho
Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New
For sale by
deo. Howard, Tarboro' .
S9 2! TF.lt SB VIZ G
CAN!) LIS FACTORY i
I WOULD beg leave to
Merchants &c , that I manufacture
Candles vf a superior quality,
and will sell as cheap as they can be pur
j chafed in any-- of the Nor.hern Cities,
jand one cent per. pound les than they!
be purchased in Petersburg of any
house or store, with the ex
ception of my agents, of as good quality.
Orders left ,at the Factorv. or withilr Jn .Tnniiru npvt.
m,, , w ,ii ;,1L, cT inrfnn .v,aiAtnic i
-------- J J I
i'itMi.1. omnia w. 'luiiuii, iiiv,i 1.11.11113,
corner of Tabb and Sycamore streets, who
act as agents for me, will be thankfully re
ceived and punctually attended to
Petersburg Va. Nov 12, 1S50.
THE undersigned will advance in Cash,;
three fourths (i) of the market value ;
hereof Corn, Cotton, and Naval Stores,;
deposited with him for shipment to his
friend J. G. Williams, Esq., Jew York.
W. II. WILLARD.
Washington, N.C. 17th Nov. 1S49.
To Turpentine makers
It IIIILI. Iul "
hicn we will give a iioerai:
price. y . 1 j i ij i iiiu 3
WnliIn0tnn. Ifllh'Autr. 1 S50.
Land for-. Sale.
THE Subscriber is desirous to sell his
lives, in Edgecombe county, about threo
miles southwest of Sparta, lying on a
swamp called John's Branch, adjoining
Peter Evans, Edward Cobb, and Jonas J.
Carr's Iand3, containing
As subject to improvement as anr piney
land whatever, wiih a prospect of about
two hundred barrels of turpentine per
year for a few years. Any person that
would like to purchase such a situation,:
may apply to me suoscnuer. 7menw:
will be made easy.
August 26th, 1850.
Don't yon want to ride?
THE subscriber keeps constantly on
hand, a large variety of vehicles compris
of every style and finish.
He also manufactures to order any de
scription of vehicles, from an ox cart to a
fine carriage, in a style not surpassed in
this country, and at prices as low as can j
be afforded anywhere.
He also carries on a large harness man
ufactorysets of harness from $12 to
Vehicles of every description repaired
at short notice and on reasonable terms.
The subscriber will attend the Courts
of Edgecombe, ,and' be prepared to make
contracts as shove, on favorable terms.
JAMES N ELSON.
Greenville, Pitt Co. July, 1850.
W a Ii 0 oc k , and
HAVING employed a very superior
German workman by the year, I" would
most respectfully inform the public, that
they can have their
Watches, &c. repaired, -At
my shop in Tarboro, in a style equal
to and as cheap as they can be done else
warrant my work J or twelve month?
thus my patrons, have the advantage
over those that send their Watches at a
distance, by having the opportunity of
having them overhauled and repaired free
of charge, should there be any deficiency
in the previous work, which must 6omr
times happen to the best workmen.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
? select assortment of Jewelry,
As cheap as can be bought elsewhere.
JO. S PENDER.
Tarboro', June 6, 1S50.
Mrs.-M. L. Pender, "
WOULD respectfully inform the citi-f
zens of Edgecombe and the surrounding
counties, that she has just returned from
the North with a handsome and well as
sorted collection of
Hill i ne and, Fancy Article
Her thanks are due to those who have
heretofore patronized her, and she hopes
by strict attention to her business to merit
the patronageof those who. may call on her.
. Bonnets, Dresses, Cops, fj
Made at the shortest notice, and in tho
neateft and most fashionable manner
Tarboro', Oct. 15, 1850.
The school at II ami ho iu
Mr. J. II. HORNER resumes charge
Qf the School at Hamilton, the 2nd Mon-
W ! V-kW -
tl. ' r .: : i, rM r
1 foursu ui i usii ui: i tun 111 nic viaaoiu
al Department will be, as heretofore strict
ly preparatory to the University.
lioard in the Principal's family and
tuition per session of five months, $55.
The charges for tuition will be $15,
$12 50, 810.
TJie Female School,
Under the charge of Miss. E. S. Lover-
JNG? wi commence the 1st Monday in
january. P. P. CLEMENTS, Sec.
Hamilton, October, 1850.
s. R Ford,
DEALER in Marble Monuments;
Head and Foot Stones; Paint Stones; Im
posing do.; and inshort, anT article called
ooiv') . uui.wv "-
' rv 11 18 al n,s expense.
ij7o0rders ..left with Geo. Howard,
Tarboro', will be attended to forthwith.
March 15, 1S49.
HJESPECTFULLY informs the citi-.
zens of Edgecombe and adjoining
j counties that he carries on the
at the old Stand next door to the Post
Office, where will be found a choice assort
(ancf all articles in- his line of business,)
which he ig prepared to niake up, at lhe
shortest notice and' on reasonable terms.
Thankful for the favors already received,
he solicits a continuance of the same, assur
ing all who may favor him with 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 own
manufacture. JAS. ME II EG AN x
Tarhorough, January 1.
JpERSONS desirous of having bridges
built, either on the rlan of drivinn!
jthe posts or by mud sills, are informed;
that they can he accommodated, on mod
erate terms, by apptymg 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 jabs.
C OFF I ELD K1NGK
Tarboro', N C . Dec. I, 184S.
JUST RECEIVED, a lot of primo
Northern Flour.. . ,
For sale bV Qco. Howard
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