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fRQSPBCTUS FOR 1851, OF THE Southern Literary Gazette, fhc only Weekly Journal of its class now blished South of the Potomac, and pro nounced by its contemporaries, both florth and South, r;FE HANDSOMEST FIRE filDE NEWSPAPER IN AMERICA, published every Saturday, in Charleston, 1 SC., by" WALKER & RICHARDS, Two Dolldrs a Year, in advance. The Gazette is now permanently estab lished, and its steadily advancing reputa tion and popularity, afford evidence that 5jcb a Journal is both needed and appre ciated by the Southern people. It is a pa rerof the larger class, containing weekly four i-olumns more matter than the Home Journal of New York, and printed from beautiful type, on paper of the finest qual jty. It is conducted by Mr. William C Richards, who is aided by Mr. D. H. Jacques, a gentleman of high attainments and cultivated taste. Many of the en tire South are regular contributors to its columns, & it has a well regulated corps of HOME AND FOREIGN CORRES PONDENTS, through whom all intelligence of interest, in every department of Arts, Science, Literature and Industry, is faithfully and speedily obtained The Gazette is independent in criticism, and in the discussion of every legitimate top ic, but strictly Neutral in Politics and Religion. It will contain well digested abstracts of foreign and domestic Intelligence, togeth er i i h REPORTS OF THE MARKET AND GENERAL PRICE CURRENT The publishers deem it necessary to ex tend this Prospectus, further than to pledge themselves that the Gazette shall not "he second in elegance, interest or ex tent of information, to any weekly family newspaper in the known world They in voke the patronage and support of all those who desire to see the intellectual re sources of the South developed, anil who feel a just pride in every token of her pro gress. Having shown that a Southern fa mily newspaper may be "As Cheap as the Cheapest, and as Good as the Best,9' (hey are .lli.( to confide their enterprise- to the patriotism and generosity of their fellow-citizens of the Southern States. TERMS TO CLUBS! It will be furnished to persons becom ing responsible for the whole number of copies, and hiving them sent to one ad dress, on the following terms: Three copies, 5 Fivr copies, 8 Ten copies, 15 CO All orders must be accompanied Kith ih money and addressed, postpaid, to WALKER & RICHARDS, Charleston, S. C. B. Editors who will copy, or no ticpfully, this Prospectus, shill receive th Gizetre regularly, and also a beautiful Juv-uile Magazine, entitled "The School fellow." E C. Robinson, Surgeon DinHst cuiruLLii returns ms sincere 1haks to the Ladies and Gentlemen of, TarW, and surrounding counties, for hvcry liberal patronage extended to him, during his late visit ! He will be in Tarhnrn' rlnrin Mnv I Curt,and will in the month of Mav visit!'1 others Harness Mounting in setts or lhe towns of Wilso n and Stantonsburg. leeth inserted from one to 3 whole set ltiler wlh springs or by atmospheric prcs- Jj)oro March 19, 1S51. Jeccived, Pcr late arrivals & on ihe icay 50 Uhds new crop molasses, bright and heavy, 5 Hbis new crop New Orleans syrup, 10 Uhds do Porto Rico sugar, a fair article, 00 Uas Rio and Laguayra Coffee, J00 KeR, Nails, J00 bl8 Baltimore Whiskey, 'l8 and and h bbls Flour, lS K'ds Mess Pork, 'S high Potatoes, Bbh Piaster, l Apples, u Jxes Oranges, For sale by W w H- WILLARD. Kington, 3rd March, 1851, To Cotton Growers TIJE undersigned wishes to purchase Cotton, fot which he will nav within shade of New York prices. W. H. WILLARD. Washington, N. C. 16th Dec. 1850.; Cheese and Butler.- 210 Boxes very superior dairy Cheese, 5 Kegs dito. Butter, Just received for sale low by W. II. WILLARD, Washington, Dec. 7th, 1850. Flour and Pork, 228 Bbls. Flour, Fine and superfine, 75 Mess Pork. Just received for sale by W H. WILLARD. Washington, Dec. 7th, 1850. White Oak BbTstaves THE undersigned wishes to buy W . v . w mi ii iic win pay me highest market price for a good article. W. H WILLARD. Washington, N. C. Dec. 7th, 1850. Bagging and rope. THE Subscribers have now on hand their supply of Hogging and Rope, vis: Heavy bunny and German, bagging Best Kentucky Hemp and Jube rope-rail for sale at unusually low prices. PITT MAN S? CUTHBERT. Petersburg, Va. August, 1850. Cabinet Furniture. THE subscriber respect fuilly informs his triends and the public generally, that. he will continue the Cabinet Making u: l.i -4.i it:., c ...mi i , - ,, , i reasonable prices. He has now on hand Various article of ' i furni,,"(! r" ' "c 'Pes h" ictmon iu uusinirss 10 meru a cominuaiion of the patronage he has heretofore receiv ed. I Would take Jin Apprentice to the a- bove trade a healthy boy, not over fif- teen years of age, and of good moral char- acter. Lteivis liUJSD. Tarborough, January 21st, 1S51. Wm. E. Steward's SADDLERY, HARNESS & BUGGY SHOP Opposite Powell's Iotelj Petersburg, flrf. HAVING permanently located in the Citv of Petersburg, offers for sale, of his own manufacture, every article usually caI,ed for in a Saddlery Establishment, at wholesale as Well as retail. My Stock of Saddlery Hardware ,s ,arSe and complete, of all the new style Patterns now in use-can furnish saddles otherwise. My Buggies are manufactured by the principsl Coach makers in the Ci ty, each maker guaranteeing to purchasers the faithful performance of their Carriage es, and will sell from my Store at their manufactured prices. Having enlarged my Establishment and have in my employ a very strong and effi cient force, feel prepared and determined to sell as good an article as any house north or south, and pledge myself to give entire satisfaction. I feel truly grateful to my friends in North Carolina, for their many favors with a liberal encouragement and will use every honorable means in build ng up Southern manufactures, hav ing the skill and mechanism, solicit and need onlv encouragement to compete with any manufacturer norlh or easl merchants wanting saddles by the case can be supplied at short notice Coach makers that do not manufacture harness can buy of me by the quantity. Petersburg, April 2, 1851. If? Stale ot'jVorih Carol na " Hamlet & Farmer vs. Levi Worrell. In Edgecombe County Court, February term, 1851. Justice's Execution for 30, interest since the 6of December, 1850 levied on de fendant's land. Ja mes D. Barnes vs. Levi Worrell, In Edgecombe County Court, February term, 1851. Justice's Execution for 33,83 interest from 7 October 1850 levied on defen dant's land. THE defendant, Levi Worrell is here by notified that the above mentioned Jus tice's executions were duly returned v to February term, 1851, of Edgecombe i County Court, with the following return of Constable endorsed thereon to wit: "No personal .property found belonging to the defendant Levi Worrell levied on one lot lying and being in the town of" Wilson, immediately on Nash street, and adjoining the lot of Edwin Eatman, and the lands of Jno. W, Farmer, containi g half in acre more or less, the property "f the defendant, Levi Worrell, by virtue f this execution 10 day of February, 1851. James Wiggins, Constable " And that unless he be and appear at the next term of said Court, to be hoiden on the fourth Monday of May next, at the Court House in Tarboro'. and then and there show cause to the contrary, the judgments of the Justice will be allirmed, and the land levied on condemned to be sold to satisfy the said judgments and the costs in this Court. Done by order of said Court, at Febru ary term 1851. JNO. NOh FLEET, Clerk. Tarboro,' March 25lh, 1851. FORSAKE. A Roanoke Plantation. HAVING determined to move South, now oner lor sale my very valuable plantation on Roanoke River, lying seven miles above Gaston, five miles from the Petersburg Rail Road, and twenty one or two miles from Warrcnlon. I his nlanta i liin i mi inp County of Northampton, but within one mile of the confines of the Counties oi VTarren, Halifax, and Bruns wick, Va. The tract consists of ,500 Acres including more than haf of t'ngh's Island,! which is classed with the best land in the Stnte for the growth of Corn and Wheat. The uplands arc exceedingly well adapted to the cultivation of Tobacco. The Res idence upon thia land is one of the mbst beautiful and elegint, the Mtuation being infirior to none in its general appearance Only one mile from the dwelling there is a Mineral Spring (belonging to the tract,) and if is considered in its properties by all those who have drank of its waters equal with that of Shocco or Jones' White Sulphur. I consider it useless to sav more, ! as those who wish to purchase will come and examine for themselves, t am cx-i ceedingly anxious to sell, therefore feel Willing to make a considerable sacrifice. BENJ A. DICKENS. Chcnut Hill, N. C. Oct. 17. P. S. Persons wishing to purchase can learn the terms &c. by addressing me at Marianna, Florida. B. Ji Ncic Hoarding House. Iflrs. E. A FORD, WOULD respectfully inform the pub lic, that she has taken the House lately occupied by Mrs. Swann, as a Boarding Mouse, 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 House is as pleasantly situated as any "lit Wilmington 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 obtaining a Boarding House of ihe first class, as she flatters herself that her ar rangements cannot be surpassed for com 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 ierms, apply to Mrs. Ford. Nov. 15, 1850, - jpurifa i)t Blood. rfrOiTFATS The best Family Medicine now before the public It lias been computed, that during the last twenty years, three millions of persons have annually been benefited by the use of these Medicines ; a fact which speaks volumes in 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 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 Pill and Phoenix Bitters, a remedy tliat will Jo for theru 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 the laws of the United States. Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York For sale by Geo. Howard, Tarboro TtlltsniKG CANDLE FACTORY XX' I WOULD beg leave to inform Merchants &c , thai I manufacture the VantUefi fa superior quality j and will sell as cheap as they can be pur chased in any of the Nor.hern Cities, and one cent per pound les than they can be purchased in Petersburg of any commission house or store, with the ex ception of my agents, of as good quality. Orders left at the Factory, or with Messrs. Watkins & Morton, merchants, corner of Tabb and Sycamore streets, who act as agents forme, will be thankfully re ceived and punctually attended to. JOHN WALSH. Petersburg Va.sNov. 12,150. Building. 2v HAVING associated with me Mr. Jno. W. Saunders, of Petersburg, Va., an expe rienced workman in the various styles of Architecture, I would announce to the public, that we are prepared to contract for the building of plain or ornamental cottages, public buildings, churches, &c. Slc. in a style and finish to defy competi tion. We will cither contract by the job or by the day. THOMA S Op ERR V, Tarboro, Dec. 21, 1819. FareReduccd. u HE Stage Fare from Rocky Mount to Washington is reduced to $5 or, Prom IJocky Mount to Tarboro $1 50 2 00 2 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 60 1 00 " M Sparta Falkland " Oreentille Pactolus Washingon Tarboro' to Sparta " x Falkland ' Greenville 3 00 For seats, &c. apply to H. Wiswall, Washington Goold Hoyt, Greenville or to Geo. Howard, Tarboro. February 1, 184S. Thomas L. Liddoti, BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, INFORMS the citizens of Martin and the adjacent counties, that he has ilemovett to Hamilton, And is fully prepared to execute all jobs in his line of business, that mav 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. Jo. Waldo, Hamilton, Wm. Norfleet, Tarboro,' Baker St at on, Edgecombe Co., Goold Hoyt, Greenville. Hamilton, April 3, 1850 Ulfe Fills and Phenix T&itters, Dr. IVislar Balsam of Wild Cherry. For sale by Geo. Howard, Tarboro. J and Jfiialry Micp :iriug. . .-o -J HAVING employed a very super V. German workman by the year, 1 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 where. warrant my workjor twelve months 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 some times happen to the best workmen. ALWAYS ON HAND. Jl select assortment of Jewelry, As cheap as can be bought elsewhere. JO. S.PENDER. Tarboro', June 6, 1850. V! vs. M. L. Pender, WOULD respectfully inform ihe 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 flillhwy anil Fancy Articles, Her thanks are due to those who have heretofore patronized her, and she hopes by strict attention to her business to merit the patronage of those who may call on her. Bonnets, Dresses, Caps. $c Made at the shortest notice, and in tbo neatest and most fashionable manner. Tarboro', Oct 15, 1850. R Ford, WILJIINUTON, X. C. 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 pleaso or no sale; and if damaged before deliveV ry, it is at his expense. (JOrders left with Geo. Hmvardf Tarboro, will be attended to forthwith. March 15, 1849. RESPECTFULLY intorms the citi zens of Edgecombe and adjoining counties that he carries on the at the old Stand next door to the' Pdgf Office, where will be found a choice assort merit of CLOTHS, (and all articles in his line of business,) which he is prepared to make up, at thd shortest notice and on reasonable terms. Thankful for the favors already received, he solicits a continuance of the same, assure ing all who may favor him with a calP that none shall go away dissatisfied. Cut ting done at the shortest notice. N. Ji. Always on hand a few select articles of readymade clothing of his own manufacture. JjiS. MEHEGAN. Tarborough, January 1. Don't you want to ride? THE subscriber keeps constantly ou hand, a large variety of vehicles compris ing. Buggies, Barouches, 4r. 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 be afforded anywhere. He also carries on a large harness man ufactory sets of harness from $12 tq $50. 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 above, on favorable terms. JAMES NELSON. Greenville, Pitt Co. July. '850 Cash Advances. THE undersigned will advance in Cash, Ihrec-fourlh.'s (3) of the marki-t value here of Coin, Cotton, and Na-?! Stores, deposited with him for shipment to hie friend J. G. Williams, Eq . New York, W H. WILLARD Washington, N.C. 17th Nov. 1849 W eh.