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TAKKS this opportunity ol
informing hi customers and
op public, that he has just receiv
ed from New York, his supply of
Jn hi lineal business consisting
in part ot:
Superfine blue, black and green
uw and drab Cassi meres,
Green and brown Camlet, for sum
l,inen drills and summer Cassimeres,
yin black velvet ana figured es
tinss, IKn bosoms and collars,
li'luck patent bombazine St ks, Sec.
Together with his former Stock,
all of which he will dispose of on
living terms for cash, it on a
vhort credit to punctual customers.
Those wishing to purchase will
please to call, as they can have the
omortunity to examine for them
selves. Gentlemen furnishing
their own Cloths, can have tbem
made and trimmed in the most
fashionable style and at the short
. t notice. All orders from a dis
tance will be thankfully received
snd punctually attended to. Please
io call at C. King's, three doors
above the Planter's Hotel,- on
Broadway, opposiie the Brick
Siore, where he will be found
daily at his pot.
Tarboro,' 7th Mav, 1S35.
; rjiHR FUNERAL of Bro.
Thomas Barron will be so
: lemnized at his late residence by
the members of Joseph Warren
! Lodge, No. 92, Slantonsburg, on
Sunday, the 7th ,lune next. The
Brethren of neighboring Lodges,
and the Masonic fraternity gener
ally are invited to attend.
13 v order,
EDWIN BARNES, Sefxj.
May 7. 1S35. 20 4
15,000 Dollars worth
Of every description,
For WHOLESALE or RETAIL
at nearly Cost, by
Knight. Garrett Co.
No. 1, Broadway.
Tarboro April 30, 1835.
Cotton Yarn and Tzvine
TM1E Subscribers feel grateful
tor the liberal patronage which
they received the past year, and
hope by assiduity and punctuality
m business to merit a continuance
lhey now have and expect to
tetp constantly on hand the
Vny best Cotton Yarns,
From Nos. 2 to IS inclusive.
Also, various sizes of the best
Cotton Seine Twine its dura
bility and strength has been fairly
( le$ted, and the Subscribers feel
r'0 hesitation in pronouncing it
:nlei ior to none, if not superior to
y in market. Both the above
wicles they expect to deliver to
purchasers on as liberal terms as
. articles of the same quality can
procured elsewhpre. Thpnn.
al charge for conveyance will be
lerms of sale- fnr nil ninnli.
t'CS of Yam over nnp thmisarwl
pounds, six mnmU rori;i .n V
If III Us
'lowed for any quantity under
Onu tU 1 . ,l n J
wiuusanu pounds, tour months
Uie Purcha er p-ivino- nnlf fiuitK
interest at ibo limp iho V
delivered, payable at the above
I lie proprietors of fisheries will
J0wtM to apply to the Subscri
'eis for twine for the future, as ;
cry liberal crpdit will hp
Mrs. Ilassel & Williams
m act as agents for the Subscri
,ert Williamston-Mr. Bern.
,J.e11' at Greenville and Messrs.
mons & Kure, at Halifax-
Ya,n and Twine can b
W on the same terms as at
dl'S Iar Uivcr, Jan. 10. 1S35.
AiiJ : -ZJSi
NfcW AND FASHIONABLE
iVlUS' A' C" ,,0VTAKI) in
forms her friends ard the
public that she is now opening
her Spring Supply of Goods,
amon which mav be found al
most every article applicable to
uer business, viz:
Plain and fancy colored pattern Silk
Fancy Tuscan, plain and open
Misses and children's do.
Plain, watered and figured Silks and
S uins for dresses.
Plain and figured Iiobbinett, Swiss
muslin, blond lauze, do.
Fancy caps, capes, Shawls, neck
Handkerchiefs Veils, and scarfs,
Fluted Laces, edgings, inserting, 8cc.
Puffs and Curls, in great variety,
ilk and straw cords and tassels,
Uibbons, Flowers, &c. &c. in great
abundance, and at various prices.
The above Goods having been
purchased on very advantageous
terms, and selected by herself,
she can with confidence recom
mend them, as being of excellent
quality and also remarkably chean.
She invites an examination of
them, as they cannot fail to please.
Tarboro, May 1, 1835.
AV1NG opened a Shop at the
above named place, is now
receiving from New York, all the
articles in her line, such as
Straw and silk do. a choice se
lection of Ribbons, &c.
(JLadies Dresses made in the
neatest and latest fashions.
Enfield, N. C. April 22, 1S35.
JU ill i nary Store.
Bugs leave to
inform her friends
anil the public,
that she has taken
the Store House
next door to Mr.
W. Harris, for
merly the Bank where she
opens the largest & most splendid
assortment of MUUnary
ever brought to this market. She
flatters herself, that from the
knowledge of business acquired in
sever, years employment in the
most extensive and fashionable
establishments in tbe City of
New York, and being well ac
quainted with most of the Millin-
ary and Mercantile Establish
ments in that city, she is enabled
to purchase goods low, and have!
her Millinary made up in a supe
rior style and on the most rea
sonable terms. Amonjr her assort
ment will be found
150 Tuscan Bonnets,
(different sizes and patterns) at
from 1,50 up to the finest made.
A handsome assortment of North
em made velvet, satin, and silk
A variety of Caps, Capes and Tur
bans. Black, white, blue, pink and yellow
Black, white, blue, yellow and va
riegated Ostrich Feathers.
Artificial Flowers, feather and vel
Gold and silver do.
Black, and white blond Edgings and
Hair Braids, Puffs and Curls,
A few elegant painted lustring Shawls
A handsome assortment of Ribbons,
with many otber articlestwo nume
rous to mention.
Miss M. respectfully invites the
Ladies of Halifax and the adjoin
ing counties to call and examine
her stock before purchasing and
assures them that she will sell
every article in her line, lower
than any other establishment in
this section of country.
N. B. She has purchased a new
Apparatus for cleaning and press
ing Tuscan, Leghorn and Straw
Bonnets, in the Northern style.
Specimens of her work, both in
that and the Dress Making, may
be seen at her Store, where all
orders will be thankfully re
ceived and punctually attended to.
Halifax, Feb. 25.
GREAT VARIETY of Remnants of
every description of Goods, will ht
Sold at half their value.
20th Feb. 1S.
JVfexr Goods! JVfe?o Goods!!
Cheapest of he Cheap, or a leetle
cheaper than the cheapest.
presume to inform the
public sre n f mllir (Up
. 0 j v
that we have an equal right with
our neighbors so to do,) that we
have just returned from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
(and came very near going to
Boston,) where we purchased the
MM . "
sjosc spienaid Assort men f of
Spring and bummer
That ever decorated the shelves
of any establishment in the city
ot Tarborough, (none excepted,)
and are now
Selling off ai nearly Cost,
For Cash, and at a very small ad
vance on a credit. Among our
assorlment may be found
The most beautiful Prints in the
French Muslins, Ginghams, (new
, t.vle, )
t rench Calicoes, printed Jaconets,
Figured chintz Calicoes,
French Bonibazetts, Bombazines,
Circassians of various colors and
Crape Camlets, colored satin doe
skins, bird eye London do.
Silks of eveiV disrritifinn ii!L-
Shawls, silk dress Handkerchiefs.
Gro de Naps, Gro de Berlin,
Pink and blue Satin, watered.
Gro de Swiss, Poi de Soi, figured
piaid l.iro de Map,
White Satin, blue black do.
Parasols, Fans, Bead bairs.
Jaconet and mull muslins, checked
muslins, swiss and book muslin.
Robes, corded skirts,
Ladies and gentlemen's Gloves,
Cotton and silk Hose,
Broad Cloths, blue, black, claret.
brown, drab and green,
Cassimeres, fancy plaid, striped, di
agonal, drab, ring-streaked and
Stocks, of various qualities,
Rouen Cassimeres, cotton Cassi
Bcavertincs. nlaid Linens, ribbed
Linen, for summer wear,
Furniture prints, birds eye Diaper,
Drapery, brown Holland, Oznaburgs.
4 icklenburgs, brown Linen and
Drills, Lasting, patent Thread, Tur
Ladies, Misses, and children's Shoes
of every description, dirt cheap.
French kid slippers, spring heel'd
Pumps, prunellas, morocco, leath
er, seal skin, &c. &c.
Gt. ntlemen's boots and shoes of eve
ry description, buck skin, calf
skin, seal skin, horse skin, cow
skin, and what not, Major Down
ing's, David Crockett's, Jim
Crow's, 'ipp Coon's, Gen. Jack
son's, Van Burcn's, Nullifiers,
Union, consolidation, and amalga
mation, About '200 Ladies and misses straw
and Tuscan Bonnets,
Straw cords and tassels,
Palm leaf Hats, from IS cents to S3,
colored and white, spotted and
speckled, &c. fee.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, of
Guns, Rifles, l'isiols, Farming uten
sils, Castings, Iron, Nails, Salt, and Steel,
100 bbls. Whiskey and Rum, Brandy
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Upper and under
2l an DKirung L.ea-
tlier, riHuaies ana
bags, harness, bri
dle bits, spurs, and
riding and gig whips.
About 2000 shell, horn, and brass
tuck, and side Combs,
Head Pins, guard beads, bead guards,
Gentlemen's and youths fine fur Hats,
cloth caps, hair caps and chil
dren's fancy caps,
Drugs, medicines, paints, oil white
lead, putty, window glass, candles,
Earthenware, china, jugs, jars, stone
pitchers, tin ware, flax,
Jina daily expected,
A quantity cf prime Pork, corned
Beef, Flour, Herrings, Alligators,
snapping turkles, sea sarients, and
the whole generation of vipers.
The above Goods were pur
chased with cash up and no grum
bling, which enables us to sell
them a leetle cheaper than the
cheapest and as such we are
determined to do so, net caring
to make any thing more than
sufficient to keep us from starv
ing, having no heirs nor poor
kin to provide for. We particu
larly invite the Ladies to call and
examine our splendid assortment
of fancy Goods, and see if we
Wave nothing th3t will please
them. Should we be so fortunate
as to have an article that will
strike their fancy, they shall have
it at their own price, provided it
a - n t
I be within the bounds of reason.
especially for the Ladies and we
most sincerely and religiously
hope to please, them in some
things at least. In conclusion we
will add that we have no sea sar
pents, snapping tu'rkles, noralli
gators for the Ladies we shall
reserve them for our own special
tooth, for an occasional snack be
tween meals. Onr friends and
the public generally will recollect
that we are selling off at nearlv
cost for cash, &c. We shall do
likewise at our establishment on
'Cokey," at the residence oi
J. C. Knight, Ksq.
Knight, Garrett $ Co.
No. 1, Broadway.
Tarboro. April 30, 1R35.
A S USUAL. I
. . . V 1 "'"r
" in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, an extensive assort
ment of Spring and Summer
It is almost unnecessary to say
that the slock will combine the two
MOST IMPORTANT ATTRACTIONS,
Fashion and Cheapness.
Economists will do well to wait
and examine a beautiful and rich
assortment cf Dry Goods,
At the very Lowest Prices,
Before they determine to pur
chase, as the same cheap system
which has hitherto been so well
sustained, will be uniformly ad
16th April, IS35.
fpilE Subscribers are now removing
from their old stand to th Store for
merly occupied by Messrs. Hvman &i Law
rence, and directly opposite to John W.
Cotten's. They will in a tev days oflVr
for sale, a quantity of Salt, Molasses, au
gur and CoflVe Bagging, Rope, and all
Ihe heavy articles which are important to
fa i mers at thif season of tbevear.
CASH, and the highest price, will be
paid lor baled Cotton.
D. RICHARDS $ CO.
Tarborough, Nov. 27ih, 1834.
To the Afflicted.
G KAY'S invaluable Ointment
for the cure of white swellings,
scrofula tuid other tumours,
sore legs and ulcers, and fresh
wounds, sprains, bruises, swell-
iugft and inflammations, &.c. &.C
Beckwith's anti-dyspeptic pills.
Rowand's genuine tonic mixture, a per
fect ctne for ague and fever.
The above valuable medicines may be
had wholesale or retail on application to
. W. Cotten, Agent for Tarborough.
IJUOM 12 to 14,000 weight of
prime BACON, at 10 to 12
cents per pound, can be had on
application to the Subscriber, 11
miles east of Tarborough, if ap
plied for shortly, otherwise it will
be shipped northwardly.
JOHN EDM ONDSON.
April 16, 1S:5. 16
TTAS just ivceived from New
- York, a splendid assortment
of Goods in his line of business,
superior to any thin that has
been brought to this market. He
would particularly invite gentle
men that want
Fashionable and Cheap
To call and examine them, as he
is confident he can please all such
both in quality and price. He
has a large assortment of fine
Cloths of all the most fashionable
colors, which he will sell very
low for cash, or on a short credit.
He will also retail without ma
king, to those that wish to have
their garments made elsewhere,
as he intends turning his attention
to that as well as making. He
has on hand first rate white and
black heaver HATS; and fine
silk Umbrellas, which he will
sell very low. He also has on
hand and intends keeping a good
Ready made Clothes,
Made and trimmed by himself.
Gentlemen furnishing their own
cloths, can have them made and
trimmed in the most fashionable
manner, and at the shortest no
tice. A fine assortment of gen
tlemen's Stocks of all kinds.
(jCall at H. Jvf next to the
Tarborough, April 22, 1835.
hand for Sale.
THE Subscriber is anxious
J . I r" 1115 J'iltl Ul Ijnil", Mil
..II k: t - r l ...
llfvl Toinniff the one on which Jip
now lives. It contains 53(
acrs, some ol vUiich h low
erounds. the balance piney woods. Thi
Tract has a good 'dwelling ho'ie on it.
nearly new, with 4 room' below and 2 up
stairs, and other out houses.
Persons des'tous of buying Land low.
ar requited to call and examine for
themselves, as the Subscriber may at al,
times be found at h'mie, and is determined
to sell if be cau get any thing over half the
Oct. 23th, 1834.
Land for Sale.
JJH K Subscriber offers for sale her Tract
of L.ind lying in Edgecombe county,
commonly called the
llunge Orchard Plantation,
Containing 329 acres, with an apple or
chard on it capable of making 25 or 30
barrels of Brandy. This land lies one mile
below the Great Falls Tar River, and ad
joins the lands of Charles Harrison, Rob
ert Sorey and others, and has on it the ne
cessary negro houses, barns, kc. A part
of Ibis Land is of an excellent quality, and
it application is soon inade, possession will
be given immediately and long credit piv
et if preferred. A further descriotion i
deemed unnecessary, as no person will buy
without first viewing the Land. , Terms
made knoun on application to Joo. J. Bunn
Dec. 19th, 1834. 65
Plantation and Town Lots
T WILL SELL, on terms to
suit the purchasers, thp Planta
tion situate on the north side of 1
Tar River, known as the
Adjoining the lands of Fred. Bell,
Benj. Batts and others, five miles
from Tarborough and immediate
ly on the river.
Also, LOTS No. 93 and 94, in
the town of Tarborough, now oc
cupied hy Mrs. Stilman.
Those wishing to purchase will
make application to Benj. AI.
JOSIAH COLLINS, SenW.
20th April, 1835. 17
Thomas L. B. Gregory,
ILL remain in Tarborough
three or four weeks, and can
be consulted at Mrs. Gregory's
Hotel, when not professionally
engaged. April 3, 1835. .
Horse for Sale.
oflers for sale a
good work horse,
JOSEPH B. BRADDY.
Tarhoro' Mav 7. 1835. 19.
rect from the
the North, sev
eral lieht BA
ROUCHES, intended for one or
two horses. They are of . differ
ent qualities and prices, and will
be sold on accommodating terms.
These Barouches were manufac
tured expressly to order, and the
work can be warranted.
ISAAC B. BRADY.
Tarboro,' Alay 1. 1835.
Coach & Gig Manufactory.
THK. Subscriber re
spectfully informs his
friends and the public
in general, that he has
lor himself on his Int
... uiuviuuu, near
the Bridge, where he will be prepared ro
carry on the above business in al' its vari
ous branches. He strved a regular ap
prenticeship under Mr. Thos- Cobbs, of
Raleigh, who cartied on the business very
extensively; and kept in his employ regu
lar northern workmen. If several years
acquaintance witb the business in one of
the most extensive establuhments in the
State could en&ure his success, he feels con
fident he should meet it; but he is perfectly
a are that attention is equally necessary",
and this attention he is determined to ren
der. He hopes, therefore, that all persons
who may favor him with their patronage,
will never become dissatisfied or disap
poiated. His work shall be faithfully exe
cuted and of the best materials. He ex
pect to have in a short time a general as
sortment of materials from New York,
which will enable him to do his work not
inferior to any done in this ectin of coun
try. Repairing done with nearness and
Nathaniel M Terrell.
Taiborotifh, Jan. isi,rtS35. 1
HHHE Subscriber, who forseveta!
years j,at has been engaged id
The Gin .Making business.
In Kiastou, has established l;ini-!f
Where he carrier on the ahove h
siness in all its various hranehes.
All thoe who Wish to supply
themselves with Gins of the hpt
quality, are respectfully solicited
lo apply to the Subseriher person
ally or hy letter. AU orders lor
(5 ins will he promptly executed
From the Subscriber's long expe
rience in his business, and from
the approbation which his work
has hitherto met with, he hesitates
not to promise entire satisfaction
to all who may see fit to exlend
to him their patronage. Gins out
of order will be expeditiously re
paired. The Subscriber takes the
liberty of calling the attention of
those who wish to procure new
Gins, or to have old Gins repair
ed, to the expediency of applying
to him in time. When all wait as
Is 0sUilJLv the ease, until the work
is wanted, it causes such a pres
sure of business, ihal many aie
obliged of necessity to submit to
a longer delay than they wish.
In connexion with this establishment, car
ries on the
Lock&G tinsmith business.
He also. makes Saw Mill Boxe
and Mill Inks, and Gudgeonsni
a composition invented by Daniel
Peck, of Raleigh Grist Mill
Spindles, with Steel Collate,
(turned.) These articles equal lr"
any manufactured in the United
All letters and orders must
be directed to the Subscriber at
IIENR Y CHAMBERLAIN.
July 12, 1834.
: , a
rgMIE Subscriber has established
himself in the houses formerlv
occupied by the late Joseph Lae
key, dee'd, near the river, and ai
short distance below Benjamin
M. Jackson's store, where he
The 'making and repairing
All those who wish to supply
themselves wiih Gins of the best
qualily, are respectfully solicited
lo apply to the Subscriber person
ally, or by fetter. All orders; for1
Gins will be promptly executed.
Gins out of order will be expedi
Blacksmithing, of every des
cription, executed in the best style:
(JjpTwo second hand Cotton
Gins lor sale low for eah.
SAMUEL D. PROCTER.
Tarhoro. f.30.'h.S;pi J 34,
At the I heap Cash Store,
WlLL be shown an extriasive assort
incut of seasonable Goods.
Those that wish to see a handsome Stock
of Merchandise, with eceeding!y Low
Price's attached, will do well to call ami ei
amme, as I am determined lo sell out aijr
VViuier stock to toake room for
Spring and Summer Supply.
Feb. l&th, 18o5.
ZK W1LL STAND
T6gJthe present season
IuLLXvX at my stable at the
Falls of Tar River
at Col. Benj. Wilkinson's, and at
Jordan Joiner; SenVs, alternately
and will be let to mares at the
reduced price of Five Dollars the
Season, with twenty-five cents to
the Groom in every instance.
The season has already commenc
ed and will end the first of Au
gust. Good seed cotton will be
taken in payment at the highest
cash pric s. Those who wish to
improve their stock of horses may
never have a more favorable op
As to his pedigiee il is deemecf
necessary Only to observe that he
is of the Archie and: Collector
Stock. The horse anrr his get are
so well known in this vicinity
that it is considered useless to
give any further particulars. Ev
ery care and attention will he
pai(i,bu no liability for accidents -DDSSEY
March 19th, 1S35.. 13-