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Three Dollars, at the expira
tion i.f the year. For any period less
(Yui a year, Twenty-true Cents per
,r,t!i. Subscribers are at liberty to dis--.in'lr.ae
at any time, on giving notice
thereof and paying arrears those resign.-;
at a distance must invariably pay in
;iiiva;u-.e, or give a responsible reference
i;i thi.-; icinity.
Ailvertiemcnts,not exceeding 1G lines,
be inserted at 50 cents the first
vei'tia, and 5 cents each continuance.
Lcny '-ncs at t.nat rate for every 16
Advertisements must be marked
t;u number of insertions required, or
tisvy wi'.i he continued until otherwise
(.v.ieved. iyLctters addressed to the
Iv.liter must be post paid, or they may
v.oi ui' aueiKteu to
fSlUK Subscribers inform the Pub
lie, tint Ihey have jut returned
Prom New York, with a general and
v.cll elected assortment ol
FANCY AND STAPLE
Hardware, Crockery, &c
Which they are now opening at their
Old Stnnd, and which they offer at
their umu! low prices.
fyi'he highest prices given for
baled" anil seed Cotton, in payment of
debts or in exchange or Goods.
Tarboro', Oct. 15, 1S30.
Mrs. A. G. Howard.
S now oneninir Iier fall sunnlv of
Goods, in her line of business, and
respectfully solicits her customers and
friends to call and examine them
amongst her assortment will be found:
Pattern Silk, Velvet, and Dunstable boa
nets, latest fashions,
Diamond straw Dunstables, plain do.
Leghorn and straw bonnets,
Elegant turbans, caps, and capes.
Changeable silks, for dresses,
Plain and fig'd silks and satins, do.
Fcather'd, velvet, and straw flowers,
A great variety of ribbons, ike. cc.
All of which she is disposed to sell
at her usual low prices.
Ladies' pelisses, cloaks, dresses, &c.
made to order, in the latest and most
Leghorn and straw bonnets bleach
ed, dyed, or trimmed.
'iVbcrough, Oct. 25, 1830.
Tucking Screws, Horse Slills, Chain
B ni ls, toid Si ill Repairing.
TIIK Subscriber begs leave to in
Cr -. I I I I , 1 . 1
lumi me puuiic, mat ne is now
h'lihlimr betwf n 1 r, nnd on CfYW !
111. 1 IIUVV I
'VON GINS, of good materials, part rvciShs nbout one ''nlied and scven
of uhich will ha sieel s:nv, ,,,,1 niLv po""d"s; he is a good ditcher and
ribs or bus I'kv.nI with steel
PACKING SCUKWS, of the usu
al sizc and larger tlian any now in
use in the Stale, and no doubt supe
rior they will be made in an engine
erected for that purpose.
HOUSE MILLS will be built at
a short notice, 'on the improved per
pendicular plan., or any other.
CHAIN BANDS & WHEELS,
f a superior pnliiy, which are cx
hemtly well calculated for the pro
pelling of both Gins and Mills.
Persons desiring any of the above
articles, will please apply to
Tarboro', Sept. 1830.
KSPECTFULLY informs the in
habitants of Edgecombe and the
fJjicent counties, that he is now pre
pared ior Repairing Cotton Gins,
vuiking e repairing riding Chairs,
f'igs, &c: at his shop, about IS miles
"om larborourrh. on tho u-nirr nf
lown Lreek, ncar the road leading I
'om James Bridgess to the Widow
Vaylor's. He will also make Bed
heads, Tables, desks, &c. at the short
est notice. All of which will be done
cheap for cash, or on a short credit to
(CP He would refer those having
Cotton Gins out of order, to Messrs!
lidding Sugg, John U. Scarborough,
James Buron, and others, for satis
touiory assurances of his ability to re
,,,!r lhm. M Nov. 1830.
Tarborough, (Edgecombe County, JV U.J Tuesday,
T3MiK Subscriber takes this method
ol miorming his friends and the
public generally, that he bus just, re
turned from New- York with a snlen-'
did assortment of
Well adapted to the Fall and Winter
seasonSjtogelher with a large supplyof
Hardware, Cullertj, Crockery
and Glassware, &c.
Which he is disposed to sell low for
cash fir barter. lie will give the
highest market prices for COTTON.,
baled or seeded. ..Corn, beeswax, tal
low, &c. in exchange for goods at
cisii prices, or in payment of debts.
Tho?e wishing to purchase goods at
lovv prices, would do well to call on
the Subscriber at the Post-oifice, one
door below the store of U. &. S. I).
Gotten, and next door to Mrs." Gre
Ar. . ROUNTREE.
Tarboro', Oct. 4, 1S0O.
I i I ! Subscriber informs al! those
u isliing to send fJotlon to Hill's
Ft rrv to be shinned to Norfolk, that
i . i ' -
jhis arehous'-s will be open for the
Hect-piinn oi Cotlmi,
By the Is of October nc.vt.
Having been appointed Agent for
Mr. .James (ioiidon, he pu,mi-es to
give his person :1 attention to li.e re
ceiving and delivery of iu:h article-
as may be forwarded to him, and Cot
ton sent to him to be shipped to Nor
folk shall meet with all possible dis
patch. Storage of Cotton, 121 cents per
baleall other. articles in prop ut'ov
IV HIT MEL 11. ANTHONY.
Palmyra, N.C. Sept. 2, lSJJU. 7
the Subscribers, two excellent
second-hand COTTON GINS,
which are now in good order and rea
dy for use. They will be sold on
I). 1UCILQRDS CO.
Nov. S, 1S30. . '
KAN AWAY from the
iSSubsci iber, about the 8th
in st. negro man II AUK Y
Harry is a bright mulatto,
(half while,) with largo frec-
, wv l u unity .lllti UMI IV-IIVU
i,,,f ii,; !.;. , (...
-vcars 01 an ncar s,x icci higln and
well acquainted with all kinds of
work usually done on a farm; he is a
very intelligent ingenious fellow, well
calculated to pass himself for a free
man, which no doubt he will attempt
to do; he is well known in this coun
ty, particularly in this and the neigh
borhood of the late Lemmon Rufiin,
Esq. where he has a wife. The a
bove reward will be paid on the deli
very of the said Harry to me near
Sparta, Edgecombe county, No. ('a.
if taken within this State, or Fifty
Dollars if taken without this State
ami .Fifty Dollars will be paid for
evidence to convict any while person
of harboring said negro on conviction
lfilh Nov. ISSfL 13
The Establishment of the
IS FOR SALK.
nriHIS OFFICE is well found in all the
J materials and furniture necessary oi
conducting a Newspaper. It has two
good Presses; and besides the type in
common use, it has a quantity ot urna
mental, Job and other type, entirely new
The patronage of the Journal is respec
table, and might be much cxtenaeti.
To a competent pemon, who would de
vote a portion of his time and talents tc
the management of this establishment, it
holds out fair prospects ot handsome re
Persons disposed to purchase, will ap
ply to the Editor for terms, which will be
liberal and accommouaung
Tayetttrille, Oct. 27.
''ISII to inform their friends and!
customers that thfv have iust
received from New-York, a new and
handsome assortment of Goods in
their line of business suitable fur the
season.... such as...
Superfine blue and black cloths,
lirown, olive and steel mixtures,
An assortment of Casimeres,
Bang-up cord suitable for riding panta
loons, Plain black and fig'd velvets for vests,
Plain black and fancy silks for do.
Dark and light col'd valencias,
Plain white and fi quillings,
Cotton flannel for draws and shirts,
Patent suspenders, pucket handker
chiefs, White and fancy cravats, black silk do.
Buckskin gloves, cravat stitfenevs.
Together with a complete assortment of
TRIMMINGS, all of which they are
disposed to sell low.
(QGentlemcn's clothing made up
at the shortest notice, and in the neat
est and most fashionable style.
Tarboro', Oct. 13, 1330.
QOMETIME in the month of March
KJ last, a man railing himself ALEX
ANDER J. MAURICE, came to this
place, professirg to bc; a Universalis
Preacher, a;.d as such, was cordially ie-
l l... r..: i . . l- it- i-
cirivuu uy viiu irteiuis ui univei saiism.
Some sliort tiiiie after his arrival, his
friends becoming his sureties, he was en
abled to purchase one half of the Printing
Press, J';( p.-., and (ther mate rials used
in the oihee of tlit- Carolina Sentinel, to
K'dli.T with some other articles, amount
in;; in all to about 0O. Scarcely have
s'.x months e!;:p-ed, v!ten this same un
pvin iplrd sc iMnlrel has shamefully ub
sco. ,;:d, and left his friends to pay h is:
d. b?.-. 'oincc ids departure from this
place, we have heard of his having car
ried away y:-u watch entrusted to his
care Dy a laay in- the country, lor the
purpose of having it rvjiaired jn this
j)h:ce; of ln tndvavorir. to pass a note
forid ; n.inis.elf to l!ie amount of $300;
of hi a r-iuchasin;; several watches on the
eve of his departure, for which he gave
hi.i notes; of his borrowing sever il sums
of money, and finally leaving his tavetn
bdl unj. aid.
Plus notice is therefore to caution the
j public, (particularly in Philadelphia and
Ncw-Ygi-k, .vlicre he has been seen,) to
discountenance such a villain.
Said ALEXANDER J. MAURICE
it uboz:l live t'ett five inches hitrh. dark
,.co?ij!lucij?i, black hair and grey cues,
I zvii.'i a very irominent forehead.
C. R. GREENE,
EDIYD. S. JONES.
iewbern, N. C. Dec. 21, 1830.
prospectus of tlje
fPllE undesigned announces to his
former subscribers and the public,
lhat he will, in a few weeks, resume
the publication of the N0HTH-CA-
10 LIN A SENTINEL.- He has
been induced to this determination by
the discontinuance of the paper on the
part of its late Editor, and the im
probability that its publication would
be undertaken by any other person.
He is already sufficiently familiar with
the responsibilities and inadequate
support connected with a Press in
Newbern, and in again subjecting
limself to their operation, he yields
more to a sense of duty, than to any
mpe of pecuniary emolument. His
expectations will be realized n me
business allords but a moderate pront;
and this, he trusts, will be secured by
the kindness of his friends.
That the Sentinel may be rendered
mom neeentable to its readers, the
Editor is making arrangements to is
ue it on an imperial sheet, with a
handsome r.cw type. It a correspon
din1 improvement should not be ef
fected in the general character oi the
Paper, the deficiency will be attnbu
table to the imperfect qualifications of
the Editor. 11 is judgment, however
deficient, will be honestly applied to
the promotion of what he conceives
to be the puonc good.
The North-Carolina Sentinel will be
published once a week, on an imperial
sheet, with a handsome new type, procu
red for the purpose.
The Subscription will be Three Dollars
per annum, payable in six months lrom
the time ox suusci lumg.
Advertisements inserted on the cus
Newbern, December, 1830.
lavy 22, 1S31.
ye male Academy.
RS, O'BRIEN proposes to resume
her School at this obire on tht- 4th
Monday of the piesuit month. The aid
which she will have will be adequate to
the calls cf the .Seminary. The Subscri
ber, when not en his circuit," will feel il
his duty, as it shall be his pleasure, to de
vote his leisure hours to the promotion of
the best interests of the pupils, entrusted
to our care and protection.
Terms For board and tuition in the
higher branches of polite literature and
science, $60 per session of five months.
Do. do. for the elementary branches or
first rudiments, $50.
Alubic, per session, $25.
Williamsboro, Granville county tV1
January 8, JS3t. !'
HP HE Subscriber respectfully informs
e. his friends and the public, that he has
procured a first-rate BLACKSMITH,
and is prepared to execute that business
in all its arious branches. His shop is
situated on the public road, leading from
Tarborcus;h to Halifax, and at his resi
dence about ten miles from Tarborough.
Those who favor him with their custom,
may depend upon having their work
faithfully executed, with "despatch, and
on reasonable terms.
January 8, 1831. 21
Stale of North-Carolina,
Court cf Pleas isf Quarter Sessions,
NOVEMBER TERM, 1830.
John Parker, (Stiff.) . . , ,
vs ' Original Attcch-
JohnRitter, 5 mc!lt
Lcvicd on the following property On
the lands ot the defendant, adjoining
the lands of Dempsey Webb, Sr. John
E!ih-, and ethers 20th Nov. 1330.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the
3- Court, that the defendant hath remo
ved beyond the limits of the State, or bo
conceals himself that the ordinary pro
cess oi law cannot be served on him: It
is therefore ordered by the Court, That
publication be made in the North-Carolina
Free Fress for six week, that unless
the defendant on or before the next Court
of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held
for said county, at the Court-hcuse in
Tarborough, on the fou rth Monday of Fe
bruary next, appear & replevy and plead
to issue, judgment will' be made final, and
the property levied on will be condemn
ed, subject to the plaintiff's recovery.
MICIIL. I1EARN, C. C.
Price adv $3:50. 1T-6
rglllE next Annual Conference oi the
JL Methodist Protestant Church, com
prising the Associated Methodist Chur
ches for the District of North-Carolina,
will set in Granville county, at Rehoboth
meeting house, two miles cast of Oxford,
on Thursday, the 17th of March next.
Jan, 13, 1831.
HpHE Rub.-criber respectfully informs
fi. the inhabitants ot this and the adjoin
ing counties, that he has commenced the
AT STANTON SB URG,
And trusts by punctuality and attention
to his business, to merit the approbation
of his customers.
JESSE W. TAYLOR.
Stantonsburg, Jan. 13, 1831. 22
List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post-Office at
'Tarborough, on the 1st day of
January, 1831, which if not called
for and taken out before the 1st
day of April next, will be sent
t to the General Post-Office as dead
Andrews Wallace Lloyd John
Barnes David 2 Lawrence John 2
Bishop James Mooring William
Batts Daily Mayo John ?
Berryman Thomas Mayo Reuben
Bridges Ueddick Morris Lewis Col
Bell r rederick 2 Newsoni Ldith
Bagley y Elliott Philips J & E Drs 2
Croom Daniel philips Geo S
Coggins Eliza & S'h Pender James
Cobb Edward Parker John il Dr
Dancy William Pender David
Davenport Fred'k Price William
Edmondson Thos Petway W D
Evans Elisha J Sessums Nathan 2
Edwards Hammond Southerland S MD 2
Evans Sparkman Staton Aithur .
Foreman Cornelius Smith Susan Mrs
Hardy Jas & Thos Thigpen James 2
Hopkins Stat n Todd Josiah
Hadly Weeks P Vanpeit James
Hincs Charity Mrs Wilson Louisa M
Hopkins Daniel Ward John F Dr 2
King William - Wheeler Babel
Knight Lewis or Ar'r Wilson John
Little Mary Ward David C
Lawrence Joseph Whitehead Math
62 J. It. LLOYD, P. M.
roi. rnxo. 7.
TO facilitate the intercourse between
this nhir.K tli it'i.. f ri;i..,ii
i " - vs.vi..j ui i miclUCJ-
phia, New-York and Boston, I have en
gaged the following vessels to run regu
larly to those Ports:
Schr. William A. Blount, T. Farrow,
Master, 102 tons.
" Francis L. Kennedy, H. Stacpoole,
Master, y -Ttons.
" John Myers, J. Robinson, Master,
" James G. Stacy, S. Snode, Master,
' American Coaster, G. R. Dixon,
Master, 83 tons.
" Nonpareil, V. Dixon, Master, 81
They are first rate vessels, command
ed by men experienced in the trade, and
will take freight at the lowest rates.
All Produce addressed to mc, and ship
ped in these vessels, will be lectivecl
free of storage and wharfage to the own
ers; and from the numbjr of vessels cm
ployed, early shipments will be mr.de.
Should the business require it, an addi
tional number of vessels will be engaged.
All Produce, while here, will be de
posited in good warehouses. v
Washington, N.C. Nov. 1, 1830.
$40 Reward for Guy.
GUY is a cooper by
trade, be was formerly
owned hy Joseph Philips,
dec?d, of Edgecombe coun
ty; he lias been hired by Edwiu
Whitehead for mcrly ol Nash county,'
for the last two or three years, and
has a wife at William Bellamy, Scu.'s
in Nash county, and it is supposed
he is lurking in that neighbourhood.
I will give the above reward for ibe
delivery of said nero in Tarborongh
.hdl, or to me in Martin county. '! ht"
said Guy is well known in Na;h and
Edgecombe couniies ?s a cooler.
Nov. 7, 1830. 13
KLOPED from roe in No
vember last, my negro man
Formerly the property of
Mr. Mickncy, in Scotland Neck, in
whose neighborhood he is now sup
posed to be lurking;. He is between
25 and 30 years of age, dark com
plexion, common size,a-d is ii'icliucd
t limp in walking. The above re
ward will be paid in cash, on his de
livery, without incurring further ex
pense, s. L HART.
Edgecombe count v, Jan. 1 S3 1 . 23
The "Old Dominion.'?.
'I'ffK Subscriber having become in-
leresieu in me oince oi uie "Uiu
Dominion," . respectfully informs
those who have hitherto patronised
that establishment, arid the public ge
nerally, that he has undertaken to
conduct the publication of that paper,
which will be resumed at an4early pe
riod probably on Tuesday morning
next. lie deems it only necessary to
say that, under his management, the
"Old Dominion," will continue to
advocate the cause of the present-Administration,
and strenuously urge
the re-election of Gen. Jackson, as
the surest means of perpetuating the
liberties of the People, and the best
interests of the Government. -To
this end, he solicits the aid of the
friends of the establishment, eilher
original or selected.
A Prospectus will be issued in a
few days, when he hopes lo meet
with such further encouragement
from those who are not already jjs
patron?, as will secure him success in
the prosecution of labors.
NATIVE O. BLAIZE.
HAVING, withdrawn entirely
from all interest in the Establishment
of the 01d Dominion," I heg leave
to recommend Mr. Blake to their
consideration, and to solicit for him
a share of public patronage. Asa
native of Petersburg, he has some
claim upon the friendship of the good
people of ihe town; and from his ca
pacity as a Printer, will no doubt
give satisfaction to those who may fa
vor him with their custom.
, E. PESCUD.
Petersburg, February 8.