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flllS Institution, located 17 miles 0f Halifax and ono mile East of . completed and will oucn the 1st iul'" b . . , , . , vcoaneriy tteviews and Black- Njn y , , . . i m ! U0J(I 8 Magazine; in addition to which ,pJ who have erected the building u,,." ' wnicn :lC , i i ';tney nave recently commenced the mibli- ii .,;'( ihe school their nl en ion am !... . P . . . u- mo. v.i'1". . .. Having children of their own to . .... tf.it is their purpose, as it will be to t;,eir interest to give this Academy a ' ,.,iirli and character which will favora- .1-1 rn Willi Jinir nf flif nr ? itIi Virii - . . .,,,mtiijns. Its location, equally rcmov- I jVo: the billions influences of the East ,nj of winter diseases of the West, is be jigred to be as healthy as any other por ,j0noftho Stale. The neighborhood is jooJ anU nost lnc niilics taking stu nts religious. Board can be had of Djni. Hunter, and J J. Daniel Esqrs., qIX W. Bachelor and Rev. V. II. Wills, s;1J probably others. The service of Mr. .sdiiew Coxiglaxp, have been secured nho comes well recommended and quali fied" for preparing youths lor College. That uniformity may be observed, Books v;i!i bo furnished at the Academy, Pu pils will - charged during the first ses gjon f-().;) t h e time of entrance; but subse rW:Uiy from the commencement of each Strict discipline will be preserv eJ:i:iJanv hy proving incorrigible, will be ilisnii-sc! Dw Sti per month, 15 cts. extra for Candles Tuition. English in all its branches $Q per stsMon The Languages Si 5. WILL. JI. WILLS, JAs S SNOW. Janunry 2Mb, 1 851 To i utton Grower-. THE undersigned wishes to purchase CMton. (or whi:h he will fhadc of New Vork prices. nil1 ii'iiiiin i W. H. WILLARD. Washington, N. C 1 Gth Doc 1S50. Cheese and Bmt r 210 Boxes very superior dairy Cheese, 5 Keg dito. Butter, Just received for sale low by W. II. WILLARD, Washington, Dec. 7t.h, 1850 Flour and Pork. 223 Bbls. Flour, Fine and superfine, 75 Mess Pork. Just received for sale by W H. avillaRd. Washington, Dec. 7th, 1850. White Oak Bbl staves fdE iiadcrsigned wishes to buy W. 0 B)l Stues. for which he will pay the fc'ghe-it m.n ket price for a good article. W H WILLARD. WiKhiton, N. C Dec. 7th, 1850. Bsginc and rone -:(y. ! 1 HE Subscribers have now on hand ,;if,;r suppl y of and German. bagging- j'ueky Hemp and Tubc rope- t'Jr sale it unusually low price.'. PITTMAN $ CUTIItiRRT. leiersbunr. Va August. 1S50. Thomas L. Liddon, BBiCXlAYER & PLASTERER, FORMs the citizens of Martin and the "a'ljcent counties, that he has banned to Hamilton y. f U"y prepared to execute all jobs in -'slinc of business, that may bc entrusted He has competent workmen in his Clri!J'y, and can give satisfactory assuran-'"i-niill work entrusted to him will be r)C( -Wed expeditiously and in a workman 'e n-'anncr. References. J?- IVahla, ilamilion, 1lri. Norjlcct, Tarboro Utter Slaion, Edgecombe Co., a('U Iloyt, Greenville. llJon, April 3, 1850 A, Hot ses for sa?e Tup ps liu,)8cr,t,or several vV irk hor v1,,:? ilcl1 hc sell chap, or exchange "ral terms for better horses. GEO. HOWARD. TheBritish Periodicals Jiff the Farmer's Guide. LEO.VIjkl) 'SCOTT NO. 51 GOLD ST., NEW YOUR, L'Onlmun to nnhlisti r i hi.:.:... . 1 - luur "g canon oi a valuable Ai?r mdhimi work, called the .Farmer's n'ulc to Scientific anil Practical Agriculture," By Henry Stephens,. F. R. S., of Edin burgh, author of the "Book of ihe Farm?' &c; &c; assisted by John P. Norton, M. A., New Haven, Professor of Scientific Agriculture in Yale College, &c , &c. This highly valuable work will com prise, two large royal octavo volumes, containing over 1400 pages, with 18 or 20 splendid steel engravings, and more than GOO engravings on wood, in the high est style of the art, illustrating almost every implement of husbandry now in use by the best farmers, the host methods of ploughing, planting, haying, harvesting, &c, &c, the various domestic animals in their highest perfection; in short, the pic ioriai feature of the book is unique, and will render it of incalculable value to the student of agriculture. The work is being published in Semi monthly Numbers, of 61 pages each, ex clusive of the Steel -engraving, and i sold at 25 Cents each, or $5 for the entire! work in numbers, of which there will be at least twenty-two The Biitbh Periodicals Re-published are as follows, viz : THK LONDON QUMU'llRLY ((vnvprsativr). PvKVIKW THK I'DlNnUlUiH tlKVlHW (Whi.r), THK NOKTU inHI'l.SH UKVIKW" (Free rtiurrii) TiE V K -ST MINSTER REVIEW (Liberal), j and i" BLAK V 00 ? ;.S PiiTVPTinriT m r , i r.DilN bUitGII MAOA- ZINK (Tory) Although these works are distinguUh- s . . . - xjj mi, iuiiut.iii.uu. juu.w IUH.L..IHI, ei out a smau portion oi me.r contents:"- muuunv, u, ; acl afients for mtJf wi! bc thankfully re is devoted to political snt.jects. It is their ; ( oont.es oi V, arrcn, Halifax, and Rruns- . . , nln(1ll, lfAniirili tn (trcrnry character which gives ihem theiri " L cuumms ui chief value, and in that they stand confess-! QH Acres edly far tbovc all other journals of their 1 including more lharj ha'f of PughVs Island, class. Blackwood, still under the mas- which is classed with the best land in the terly guidance of Christopher North. 'State for the growth of Corn and Wheat, maintains its ancient celebrity, and is, at The uplands are exceedingly well adapted this time, unusually attractive, from the to the cultivation of Tobacco. The Res serial works of Bulwer and other literary idence upon Ihia land is one of the most notables. written for that magazine, and first appearing in its columns both in Great t- . i . t r T . i o . . o i. untain ana in ine unncu states, nucu - works as -The Caxtons" an.i "My New Novel" (both bvHulwcr,) -My Peninsu- nuvt l ium u y u 11 ni u Ur Mi.d:, "The Green Hand 1 .nd oth- er serials, of which numerous rival edi- equal with that of Shocco or Jones' White tions are issued by the leading publishers Sulphur. I consider it useless to say more, in this coun'rv, have to bc reprinted by as those who wish to purchase will come those publishers from the pages of HfaeV and examine for themselves. I am ex woo I offer it has been issued by Mes- ceedingly anxious to sell, therefore feci srs. Scott Vo. so that. Subscribers to willing to make a considerable sacrifice, the Reprint of that Magazine may always' BENJ. A DtCKENS. relv on having 1 lie earliest reading of Chenuf Hill, N. 0. Oct. 1. these fascinating tab s. Per ami For arty one of the four Reviews 55.3 00 For any two (Ui. da. 5 00 For any three 7 00 8 00 9 00 Of 00 For all four of the Reviews For Dlack wood's Magazine, For Blackwood and three Reviews, For Blackwood & the four Reviews 10 00 For Farmer's Guide (complete in 22 Nosj S5 00 (Payments lo 6c made in all cases in Advance.) to accommodate a number ot transient or CLUBBING. ! permanent Boarders in the best manner. A discount of twenty-Jive per cent. ;Thc House is as pleasantly situated as any from the above prices will be allowed foj in Wilmington, Clubs ordering four or more copies of any i and a number of her best rooms will bc one or more of the above works. Thus: j reserved for the accommodation of tran 4 conies of Blackwood or of one Review j sient visiters She can confidently be- will be sent lo one address for g; 4 con-; iesof the four Reviews and Blackwood ! for 530; and so on. Orders from Clubs must be sent di rect lathe publishers, as no discount from these prices can be Allowed ioJlenls. Money, current in the States where is sued, will bc received at par. (TJ Remittances and communications should be always addressed, post-paid or franked, to the Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 79 Fulton Stkeet, New York. Entrance 54 Gold st. To Turpentine makers WE WISH to contract for flake scrjpe Turpentine, to be delivered next fall and winter, for which we wiH S' a liberal price. JOHN MYERS $ JOX. Flake and Scrape TURPENTINE makers, desirous ol contracting for the above named article, will find it to their interest to call on, or communicate with the undersigned. IV M IT. 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 &ood, which he will sell at very low prices for cash, or on approved credit: Consisting in part of, 23 hhds. good retailing molasses, 15 tierces " " GO bags Rio and Laguayra Coffee, 8 hhds. P. R. and N 6. Sugar, 15 bbls. and boxes of crushed, powdered : and loaf do. 200 bbls. New York Flour, 100 175 75 Western Mess Pork, Whiskey, Rum, and Gin, Butter, Sugar. Soda and Pic a Nic Crackers. boxes Candles, warranted to give satisfaction, ' Osgood's Family Sodp, 35 50 50 kegs" Powder, 150 bags Shot, 200 reams Wrapping Paper, 25 F C. and Letter do. os ilrtV. o,i t,i.,.o. IV. II. IV I L LARD, Washington, N C, Oct. 1st, S50. FOR SALE A Roanoke Plantation. H AVING determined to move South, A lrsu determined to move South, i rr r , . I now offer for sale my very valuable j plantation on Roanoke River, lying seven I .. . . . J m,lL's al)0Ve Gaston, five miles from the ... ... Pctcrsbiug Rail Road, ami twenty one or tw0 ni,Jcs '"m Warrenton. This planta-! !....-. . ! j t beautiful and elegtnt, the IIWIIUU WUIIIil A f . inferior to none in its general appearance P.., it I vymy uuc-mi.v; .iuu. u.c uvc...ig m.cu-.9 a Mineral Spring (belonging to the tract,) t nublic building chur-hes &e and it is considered in its properties by f fr T' , , i j &c in a stvle and finish lo defy compcli- all those who have drank of its waters.. .,, ... . . p S. Persons wishing to purchase can j learn the terms &c by addressing me at! Marianna, Florida. B. A. I). JSeiti Hoarding house illrn. E.-A WOULD respectfully inform the pub lic, 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 speak the patronage of those desirous of obtaining a Boarding House-of I he first class, as she flatters herself that her ai rangemcnts cannot be surpassed for corn fort and convenience, and no exertion will be spared calculated to add to the happiness 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, 1S50. Bacon and Lard FOR SALE at the store t)f J J. Pippen Son. Tarboro' June 313, 1850, JjJurifa tlj c'fi t'ooX The best Family Medicine, now before tha public. It has been computed, tliat during the last twenty years, three millions of persons have annually been benefited by the use of these Medicines; fact which .speaka volumes hi favor of their curative properties a single trial will place them beyond the reach of competition in the estimation of every patient. By their use the blood is restored to a puro aud 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 af dieted have in Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters, a remedy that will do for them all that medicine can possibly effect The genuine of these medicines are now put up with a fine steel engraved wrapper and labels, and copy right secured according to die laws of tha Unitea States. Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M. D., Netr York. For sale by irro. UouutriL Ttirhorcr CANliLK FACTORY I WOULD beg leave to in;orm the Merchants &c , that 1 manufacture Candles of a superior quality and will sell as cheap as they, can be pur . , , lU v, anu one cent per pound les than they can be purchased in Petersburg of any commission house or store, with the ex- r . r i ccMttin o mv agents, of as tooil oualitv. Orders left at the Factory, or with o- i ...t inaeril u'.il iiessrs. uaiKins Morion, mercnanis. 'icorner of 1 abb and Svp.irnore streets, who JOHN IVJILS1L Petersburg Nov. 12, iSO. Building. HAVING associated with me Mr. Jno W. Saunders, of Petersburg, Va., an expe rienced workman in the various styles of! v aicuiiL-L-iuie, i wouiu announce to me !.. T 1.1 ,1 hriC thal wc are prc,)arctj t0 contract ,v t. LmI,!;,,, j.,;,, nro-nn.ot! tion We will cither contract by the job or by the day THOMAS OBERR.Y. Tarboro. Dec 21, 1MD. FareRednccd. . 3Z 'p HE Stage Fare from Rocky Mount to Washington is reduced to $5 or, Prom Rocky Mount to Tarboro $1 5(1 2 00 2 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 2 Od 1 00 " " Sparta " " Falkland " " Greenville " Paclolas " " Washiagon Tarboro' to Sparta Falkland " Greenville 2 00 For seats, &c. apply to H. Wiswall, Washington Goold Hoyty Greenville or to Geo. Howard, Tarboro9. February 1, 1S4S. Mullets! Mulfcts!! JUST RECEIVED, 10 bbls. New Mullets, which will be sold cheap I or Cash, by Geo. Howard. JSTotice. For coughs and lung complaints use Dr. Bzr tholomew's Pink Expectorant syrup. Sick head ache though constitutional ot i nciden tal, is cured by Dr. Spohn's head ache remedy, Lin's balm, of China, for t&e care of all disease tha require external application. To the halt and lame Dr. f lewes' nerve and bone liniment is the most effectual cure for rheu matism and contracted cords and muscles. . p The gray haired will find the Indian Hair Dj perfect and effectual . For ealo hj v & co. Howard. t fc-t JS2. dA - jJSffsSjrK -'-v -HAVING employed a very, supenoi Oerman workman by the year, I would nost respectfully inform the public that they can have their Watches, &c. repair c5; ' At my shop in Tarboru', in a style equal to and as cheap as they can be done eisc where. warrant my workjor twelve months thus my patrons have the advan'ago over those that send their Watche at a distance, by having the opportunity of having them overhauled and repaired free of charge, should there beany deficiency in the previous work, which must abme timcs happen to the best workmen. ALWAYS ON HAND, A select assortment of Jewelry, As cheap as can be bought elsewhere. . JO. S. PENDER. farboro', June 6, 1850. VI rs. M. L. Pender, WOULD respectfully . inform the citi zens of Edgecombe and the surrounding counties, that she has just returned from the North with a handsome and well as sorted "collection of tZHJinxry and Panty Jl nicies Her thanks arc due to those who have heretofore patronized her, and she hopes by strict attention to' her business lo merit the patronage of those who may call on her. Bonnets, Dresses. Cups. 8fC. Made at the shortest notice, and n tho neateM and most fashionable manner. Tarboro'jOct 15, 1850. S. R Ford, 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. gJw0rders left with Geo. Howard, Tarboro will be attended to forthwith. - March 15, 1849. fg ESPECTFULLY informs the citi- zens oi Jiugecomoe anu aujuniuig i counties that he carries on the Tjf7.f.vfi nvTto-S.W'toX. ' r c i i u iw ! at the oId Stand next door t0 the 1 0St nm.o whrw will he found a rhoice asort- Oflice, whcic will bc found a clioicc on j mcnt 0f CLOTHS, Cnammtrr.o & Wtfstinm (and all articles in his line of business,) which he is prepared to make up, at tho shortest notice and on reasonable terms. Thankful for the favors already receiv ed , he solicits a continuance of the same, assur ing all who may favor him with a call that none shall go away dissatisfied. Cut tins done at the shortest notice. N. B. Always on hand a few select articles of ready-made clothing of his own manufacture. . JAS. ME HE G AN. Tarborough, January 1. Han't von want, to ride? THE subscriber keeps constantly oo hand, a large variety of vehicles compris ing. fJilfiTlcrf, Uar ouches , 4V. of every style and finish He also manufactures to order any de scription ot vehicles, lrom an ox cart to a fine carriage, in a style no surpassed in this country, and at prices, a& Tow as can be aRbrded any where He also carries on a. large harness man ufactorysets oi harness from S2 ta 550. Vehicles of every description repaired at short notice and on reasonable terms. The subscriber wilt attend the Courts of Edgecombe, and be prepared to make contracts as above, on favorable terms. JAMES N ELSON.. Greenville, Pitt Co, July, 1850. Cash Advances, THE undersigned will advance in Cash, three-fourths () of the market value here of Coin, Cotton, and Naval Stores, deposited with him for shipment to his friend J. G. Williams, 0 Nf-vv orK- . W 11. WILLARD, Washington, iTttv Nor. 184D, r Washington, 19th Aug. TS5U. j