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remaining in the PostOffice at Tarboro' Ihe 15th of Nov. 1851, which if not taken out ; before ttu 1st of Jan. next, will be sent to the Genera' post Office as dead letters. Hell U lJ Jenkins Thomas G Baker .Moses Jenkins J F rVant Mr & Mrs Jenkins J L Miss Bradley Stephen Lodge William 2 Burnett William Lewahl George 2 Leggctt Lcven Little S E Miss Lane Mary E Miss Bullock J K Burhans S Dr Battle W S Bryant Ethcldridgc Montress D T Barlow David Moore Eligaha Cooper Dlount Rev Mooring J L Bann L S Morgan Henry Dicken C L Mason Moses Benton Sarah Miss Norfleet William 2 Davis Uebecah Mrs Pender L R Miss Bupree Redmond Pitt John R Fly Thomas Parker Mary R Miss Pippen Silas Staton Nancy Miss 2 Stato'i Carrol Savage John T Farmer Isaac B Hewlett S M 2 Ilussey T C Ilussey John B Howard Mary Miss Williams John G Horn J L Williams H Miss Jenkins J D 2 Weeks Silas Weeks C 55 S. E MOORE, P. M. 75 bbls. mess and prime Pork for sae by W. II. WILLARD. Nov. 10, '51. 35 hhds W. I. Molasses 15 bbls. N. 0. do for sale by W. II. WILLARD. Nov. 9. 65 bags Rio and Laguayra coffee, for sale by W. H. WILLARD. Nov 9. T7TZ " , , " Kklo U . . .... .1 1 I JU "B. acracKers,: for ' Nov. 9. James Mehegan, i&vrchant Tailor , Has just received his fall and winter Goods, consisting of a handsome variety of articles for )cutlciiieii's Wear. which he is prepared to sell on accommo- dating terms, or have them made up in the latest style. He also continues to keep on hand a few articles of ready-made clothing of his own manufacture. Cut- ting done at the shortest notice. Tarboro', Oct. 9, Great. Excitement in NO THCAIIOL1XA TV Battle is begun, and I intend to Jight my way through Jor HOME INDUSTRY ! IF you want to save a couple hundred dollars, send on your orders for Turpentine Stiils Cajsn .Srms and Worms: Also, Brandy Stills, and any kind of Copper work, Brass, Machinery. &c. The prices of Still-caps, Arms, and Worms, are is follows: By the pound 37 cents; or by contract, 7bbl Still-cap, Armsand Worms, 400 10 '12 14 15 1G 20 25 30 35. All do do do do do do do do do work do do do do do do do do do be warranted for 4S5 525 5S5 p.,. r-n ro 50 850 900 12 will toonrhs, fire and burning excepted. His vork will also be delivered within fifty toiles of Raleigh, at the shortest notice; and if I fail to deliver Stills in the time aeed upon, I will forfeit $5 for each day lost, to the purchaser. Joseph JVoltering. Kalcigh, Sept. 9. SSssi'j'ah fp North Carolina! Home Industry must Succeed! I AM now prepared to manufacture JW Locks with mineral Knobs, for 65 cents , piece, warranted; a'iso, ocks up lSl50. Also, Machinery made to order; and fife-cutting, nevvand old. Old jilismadc a?oodasnew. Joseph JVoltering. for Sale. HAVING joined a club whose-object is to buy land and settle a whole neigh borhood in Texas; I have determined on selling the land on which I now live, if I can get any thing like a reasonable offer, and will furnish the purchaser with one hundred barrels of corn at three dollars and fifty cents per barrel, and fodder at 75 cents per hundred. I conscientiously believe that to any man willing to buy land in North Carolina, I can sell as cheap a bargain as can be bought within fifty miles of my premises, and were it not for my children alone. I would not exchange my residence for any other whatever. This tract I offer contains .Shout TOO f ires, more than half cleared; and now in a good condition for-culti vation there is on it a meadow worth at least fifty dollars a year for grazing or cutting hay. It lies im mediately on Fishing Creek, in Nash County, thirteen miles from the Wilmington rail road and live from Ililliardston, where there is an excellent female school, and within a mile and a half from my resi dence is a male school inferior to few, if any in the Slate that prepares young men' for College By clearing and manuring, . u .u.p.uveu my larm, mat an goouiarmer wiiii live piougn and e.gnt ; v,, ,uo ..a..ua muur ,wo iiunuieu auu , I.lty barrels ol corn and forty thousand ; ruilU9U1BCtulul u. x Suuu the trcsh land is said to be lirst rate lor . i i r i . ii ft00" s-.au gram. in ..it! mere is a smau swamp running tnrougn my p.amai.un uu wM.cn is- a ifaiaun-: dance of mud a good deal of which is ' thrown out for composting. There is a comfortable two story dwelling house, : and a tolerable sufficiency of necessary out houses; and within forty steps of the door is a never failing spring of most excellent water. I havo frequently known land to sell in Edgecombe where I was raised for eight or ,p dollars per acre, far inferior to this I flW. and the land generally in this vi- cinity, for it is here as elsewhere the land is good on the water courses but come anu scc as 1 am anxious to get off to take a view of Texas. Robert D. Hart Spring Mill, August 4lh. The undersigned bcing acquainted with the above premises, and having recently rode over the same have no hesitancy in certifying that there is not a more v dunble tract of land in Nash, and have no donbt ,n:lt lne arm y'c,J ,n's year eighteen ' or twenty bales of cotton, besides a plen tiful support. B Jl. T Ricks, H'm. II. Hilliar d. August 2nd, 1 S51 . Land Plaster, 150 Casks. 500 lbs. each. Land plaster, 100 Barrels do. for sale by lotn Myers $ Son. Washington, G Oct PlanK EeoacI Notice. AT a regular meeting of the Directors of the Greenville and Raleigh Plank Road Company, held at i heir office in Greenville on Thursday the 9th . day of October, 1851, it was Resolved. That Books of subscription be opened by the commissioners first ap- pointed under their Charter, for the pur- pose of increasing the capital stock of said Company, and that the subscribers P3 'n a SUm eclua' t0 t'1,lt cae n and paid by the original stockholders. dlf'red Moye, President, Br Goold Hoyt, Sec. YotiCe. TAKEN UP by the subscriber, living on the' Raleigh road, five miles Tabove ar boro on Thursday the 30th ult. a small BAY HORSE, short mane and long tail, about 5 or 6 years old,- he has a black streak 'down his back bone, and some gray hairs where ihe saddle works The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, and pay charges, or he will be dealt with as the law direets. John J. Killebrew. Nov. G. JYotiee Dr. Spohn's Jgur Pills, warranted to cure if ta se5 according tc directions; thousands have in year been cured of ague and fever by them. For sal o by , Geo. Howard. Sr West. IMPORTERS AND JOBSERS'OF ?' sum &Mm m SII WVLS, LACES, RIBBONS, &. Vo. 80 Cedar Street, Near Broadivny, Hugh Macnair. ' NEW YORK. 5 Reward; R ANA WAY from the subscriber on the first of July, negro boy JIM. The said negro is about 19 years old, of a light complexion ind about five feet five inches He is supposed to be lurking in the vicinity of Tarboro. I will give the above reward to any person or persons who will bring him to me, or lodge him in any jail so I get him. All persons are hereby forwarned not to harbor or em ploy said negro under the penalty of the law. Cader Abrams. Hamilton , July 30. Roanoke Land for sale The subscriber, having four Plantations on this River, containing about 4,500 a crcs, is disposed to sell one of them. This estate contains AhiMit IOOO Awe' An(, has t,ie usua-pronortion of Low pounds, second low grounds and upl ,nds. pnrt of u has )C(jn iinproved ,)y ,imint. ,a9er auJ p,over Tje C()t((m js jn fcrior lo Ronc jn lhc The com implication with Norfolk is both by the Uivcr amJ ,-., Uoj. Thft T.hnt:llion 4vi be 8olt, for linle over half the pi ice of I , , , . Edgecombe and Pitt Fr .. . v sn tn KIlhl!Pr:Kpr. or in his absence to Thos: S. Sterling Jackson N. C. July 7. . K. Bur R. Ford, VIJJIITO, .. c. DEAI.KK in Alarttlo Monument tlad and IY( t Slii.ti-; I'jiint Sir lis; l:r.poii:i do; und in lion, r;y mtitlo called for of either Italian, Egyptian, or American Maihle; anil work war ranted to jilt-ase or no sale; and if damaged be ore di livcry, it n at liis expense. ()rt'TS lc! with Gio." IJuuurd, Tarhoro'' will teaiicidcd t forihwiih. March 13, 18, P, JYcw Hoarding House. WOULl) respectfully inform the -pun- 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 House is as pleasantly situated as any ss 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 the first class, as she flatters herself that her ar rangements cannot be surpassed for corn fort and convenience, and no exertion will be snared calculated to add to the happiness and contentment of her guests. The House is now open for the recep lion of permanent or dav boarders. For t- terms, apply to Mrs. Ford. Nov. 7. Cash Advances. THE undersigned will advance in Cash, three-fourths (i) of the market value here of Corn, Cotton, and Naval Stores, deposited with him for shipment to his friend J. G. Williams, Esq , New York. W. II. WILLARD. Washington, N-C. 7th Nov. Jack John Bray FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale his well known Jack John Btay, seven years old last spring, and has proved himself to be a sure foal getter. He covers well, gets fine large colts and shows to advantage. I will sell him on reasonable terms, if ap plied for soon. L, B: IVfyitehead. Aug. 25. lumhiield high" 3 v Great Attraction. 1 large ilssortment of SUPERIOR to any thing , hitherto of- fered to this community.; We respectful; y solicit an examination of. our ; assort ment, comprising Watches, Jcwc try, Pistols, Cutlery. Perfumery; and Fan cy Goods, . : Of the latest American and imported styles, on as moderate terms as can be purchased any where at retail and war ranted. In addition to our travelling Stock, we keep constantly on hand a complete as sortment of the above named articles at our Store in Washington, N. C, where the manufacturing and repairing of Watch es, Clocks, Jewelry, &c. can be done e qual to any establishment in the Union and warranted. Pender Meyer. .June 9 To tii iirine3-)s of S2dgcombc. OYSTER SHELLS for sale, deliver ed to t he flats from the wharf in this place. Apply to IV. 11. Willard. Washington, 9th June. 100 Bags Rio Coffee 50 Laguayra do Just received a(id for sale bv W. IL Willard. Washington N. C, 6th June. 2 JO Bbls New York and Baltimore Flour fresh ground, just received and for sale by W. H. Willaid. Washington N. C, 6th June. 50 Bbls and hlf bbls butter, soda and sugar crackers fresh baked, for sale by W II. Willard Washington, N. 0. 6 June. 25 Bales Cotton Yarn, manufactured by the Blount's Creek Factory. Fayette villeN C, for sale by W. H.' Willard. Washington N. C , Gib June. 50 5 Bbls P R and N O sugar Hhds 4 sugar for sale by W. II. Willard. Washington X. C, 6th June. Building. HAVING associated with me Mr. Jno. V. 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 building!, churches, &.c &.C. in a style and finish to defy competi tion We will cither contract by the job or by the day THOMAS OB ERR Y. Tarboro'. Dec 2. Notice. THE subscriber being well prepared todo End Commission JSttsincss IN THE TOWN OF WASHINGTON, respectfully solicits the patronage of the public in Tarboro', its vicinity. and Edge combe co. generally. He has ample ant safe oom for the storage of Naval Stores, Grain, and other produce; his charges are moderate and quick dispatch invariably eriven to all business entrusted to his di rection. REFERENCES. Macnair & Brother, Tarboro N. r, William Bernard, Greenville, Eli Hoyt. Washington, N. C, George H. Brown & Brother, Washington. B. J. Parmclee. Washington, N. C, Hon. Judge Manly. m i xt r i a Ctni., 7 : l : ! ?ew"c," ' " 7 i luu' V " " ' " . " ' " Bateman & Ruddcrow, do. Mallet! & Paul min, do. L. J- LA BARB V Washington, N. C, April 2 Thomas L. Liddon, BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. INFORMS the citizens of Martin and the adjacent counties, that he has Remoted 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 hh employ, and can give satisfactory assuran ces, that all work entrusted to him will br executed expeditiously and in a workman like manner. References. Jo. Waldo, Hamilton, TVm. Norfleet i Tarboro,' Baker Stat on, Edgecombe Co., Goold Hoyt, Greenville. Hamilton, April 3. ' "'.-;VJ " . Southern Made t'laiitatioii tvi-ognii osssc M - Wholesale and Retail, No. 30 East ' . -May, C"iarlestoJi, So Ca. " - THE subscriber, -A gent for the Soutfc Carolina Shoe7 Factory, at ' Charleston, So f a , and the Chcraw Factory, at Che raw;S6Ca;,Vyvill oflcr for sale in this mar ket by Uherst September, a large supply of Southern made Plantation Broguns and House Servants Shoes, logetheV w ilh a general assortment of Boot 's 'and Shoes, which will be sold at the lowest market prices for goods of similar quality . R. A Prinzle, Dealer in Brogans, Boots and Shoes, No. 30 East Bay. August 7. Nails and Coffee. Nails, by the keg. or retail and Cof fee by the bag, or less quantity, For sale by Geo. Howard. Flour! Flour ! ! A FEW barrels new Extra Northern Family Flour, by the barrel or retail, For sale by Geo Howard, Tarboro9. Don't you. want to ride? THE subscriber keeps constantly on hand, a large variety of vehicles compris- Maggies, Barouches, &c. of every style and finish He also manufactures to order any de scription of vehicles, from an ox cart to 2 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 to 550. Vehicles of every description repaired at short notice and on reasonable terms. The subscriber will attend the Courts of Edgecombe, and be prepared to i':iko contracts as above, on favorable ter-i.s. JAMES NELSON. Greenville, Pitt Co. July 8. Cabinet Furniture. THE subscriber respeclfullly informs his friends and the public generally, that ie will continue the Cabinet Mukixi? at his old stand. His Furniture will bo made of good materials, well made, and at reasonable prices. He has now on hand various articles of furniture for sale. He hopes bv strict at tcntion to business to merit a continuation of the patronage he has heretofore receiv ed. I would take An Apprentice to the a bove trade a healthy boy, not over fif teen years of age, and of good moral char acter. LEWIS BOND. Tarborough, January S. Louis Stirn, aiano Forte Manufacturer No. 510, West Baltimore Street, TW AYS on hand and made to order Sir -nd Seven Octavo Piancs of a superior quality -d warranted not to be surpassed by a'ty tranu ) ur 'd in this City 'rices 6 octave, $250 to 300; 63 octave. 275 to 350: 6 octave, 300 to 400; 7 octave. 350 to 00 in mahogany or rosewood cases. Orders Mi vith the subscriber will be attended to forth .,vnh. Geo. Howard. Tarboro Herrings! For sab by Mullets ! ! Geo Howard. Just received. A FRESH SUPPLY of Thompsoni- an medicine. Geo. Howard.