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i Land for Sale.
WILL BR SOLI before the Court
house f'.i.or ii'i Tat horn.' on Tik'S
iJ.iv in February Cour: n-x, one Tract of
I.iihI joining I he Ian of John H. Daniel
ami others, and containing
A credit of twelve, months will br riven.
bond and good security will be required
bearing interest Irom ihe date.
Thomas H Irwin
i Dec. 9ih I83t. 48
Square the Yards.
Call and Settle.
QTjUE Subscriber being about to remove
Jl from town, requests nil persons in-
debtad to him t' call and settle forthwith
f and all those huving claims against him
will present them for adjustment.
1. B. BRIDY.
f Dec. 23d, 1836.
I FOR SALE, a young
j Negro Woman,
1 For cash. Apply to
I 11. I). Hart.
f December 9, 1S36
WISH to rent or lease, within two
miles and a half of Tarhorou&rh. on
he road to Sparta, a very good an Wtn
And necessary out houses. There are
25 or 30 Acres,
Of cleared Land attached to it, besides a
choice selection of fruit trees of different
kinds. Should any person wish to rent
or lease such n situation, I should he glad
for them to make it known by the 1st of
J Villi am Fox hall.
Nov. 15, 1S3G.
J Last JYoticc.
I rin HE subscriber intending to settle the
JL estate of the late
I Henj. Weaver, de&d,
i At February Court next, notifies all per-
sons having unsettled claims against said
i estate to present them before that time
, and all persons indebted, 14 ill pay forth
with. James Ellinor, AdnVr.
December 7, 1S36.
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleat and Quarter Setsions,
NOVEMBER TERM, 1835.
Avey Dickinson ) Petition
Benjamin Wilkinson and others, ) Dower.
IT appearing lo the 8aiila tion of the
Court, that Jams (irowu ami his wife
Priscilla, defend ts in this case, are non
residents of 11114 State: It is or 'ned that
publication be made fr six weeks in the
Tarborough Press, giving them notice tit
appear at the next Court of Fie. is and
Quarter Sessions to be hld f.r the county
aforesaid, at the Court House in Tn Tho
rough, on the fonith Monday of February
next, then and there to answer, plead or
demur, or the petition will be heard ex
arte as to litem
Witness, Michael Ileatn, Clrrk of said
Court, at Tarborough, the 4th Monday of
November, A. D. 1836, and in Hie Ixlst of
MICHL. UErfliN, C. C.
Price adv $3 50. 37
List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post Office at Tarbo
rough, Ihe lit of Jan. 1837, uhich
if not taken out before the 1st of Jlpril
next irill be sent "to tke General Post
Office as dead letters.
Austin 11 S& Son 8 Jones A M Miss
Adams Nancy J Irwin Dr Henry L
Arquer Lewis Johnston Eiiz Miss
Anderson George Lloyd Joseph U 6
Armstrong Micajah Land Charles
Anthony M B Lawrence Rev J 2
Barlow "Arthur K 4 Lewis John D
BjtIow David Lawrence h Dancy
BaHs William Lodge Sec Concord 3
Bullock Joshua K Moreluad&Reynotds
Bryan Drew IWor.re Ivtwin Li
Brady Jos B Mercer John
Bennett Mark Medi ine Vender of
BcM John Prindle P A
Bell Marmadukc II Penl John
Bilbry Nathaniel Phillips E
Clerk Sup'r Ciurt Pippen William
Daniel John J Dr Sugg Redding 2
Edmonnson Joseph Staton Cecilia S ATrs
England Jnmes Staton Ezekicl
Kuson Theoph In? Sesom i'son
Edmondson John Stalling Mary Mrs
Foreman Ags S Spicer Josiah
Garrett John 3 Sharpe Benjamin
Glover Sarah Mrs Tryon Selder
llyman Si Lawr'e 5 Thjpen Dunn's
Jliuton William Worslev Wil iairt
Hushes John F Waid Timothy W
Howell Britain Willerford Hrtwell
Knight Charles C Waterman L L
Kigln J C Wilki" Willis
Kinney Daniel Mc Whitfield Benjamin
Jus. M. li dmond, V. M
HE Exercises of this Institution will
0 be resumed on Monday, the 2d of Ja
nuary, nnoer the continued superinten
dence ol Miss A. M. tiaesdalt
Dec. 23d, 1836 4
T ' ' ' NS will recom-
A monce the duties of their School (lie
first day of February next,
One mile from Laurence's meeting house.
Board thirty dollars per session of five
month Tuition from five to nine dol-.
Iar$, according t their different studies
The healthiness of trie situation is wp
known, in evidence of which there has not
occurred one ca-e of sickness in the lauii
ly durin the present year.
Dec. 20ih, 183f. 6
O" I he Halifax Advocate will inserl the
above three limes.
THE Exercises of the above Institu
tion will recommence on the third
Monday ( 'iQthj of Jnn'y
The subscriber with much pleasure informs
his friends that Mrs. Emma McElvie con
tinues Principal in the Seminary.
The following uill ! il m.ico r
dies: Reading. Writing, Spelling; Compo
sition, Grammar. EU inentarv Geography,
United States Hi-lory, Arithmetic, An
cint and Modern Flit.,rv II..iw...c,.t fi.
ography, including Ancient Geography,
.mt-iurtii msiory, nnetorir, Logic, Iatu
ral Philosophy, Euclid, Alf-bra. Astrono
my, Moral and intellectual Phil...0phv,
.Natural Theology. Elements of Critic m
Cliemistry and Botauv. for theabovf b.an.
dies, per session ol fie mouths, JIO 00.
I'tin - - $5 00
French - 7 50
Drawing - 5 00
Painting in Oil Colors 10 00
Music on the Piano
Forte, - 15 00
Music on Guitar, 10 00
Board - - 40 00
Half the Board in advance.
Tip poo S. Hroxoilow.
Halifax co N C. Dec 7.
THE entire control of this Institution
for the ensuing year has been com
mitted by its Trustees to my superinten
dence. It is my tlesir to place it upon an
equal footing with Ihe Female Academies
of Tarborough and Louisburjr. To do this
1 have engaged Miss Mary Pazsdale to
take charge of the school. Mjsr Ragsdale
h is had the charge ol this school the last
session of Ihe present year, and by her un
wearied attention, together with ihn rapid
advance of her pupils in iheir various stu
dies have given entire satisfaction to her
employers. I deem it unnecessary to say
more about her qualification, for she is so
well known amon hii extensive acquaint
ance in Nah and Edgecombe, and parti
cularly in Nash as an instructress, that i
feel justified in expressing the t.elief that
those who commit their children to her
management ill have nothing to fear.
The first session will commence on
Monday, tith JaiVy, .837,
And end on Friday, the 23 t of Jun". The
2. id session will commence on Monday,
the 3-d of July, and end on Friday the 8ih
of December. Tho price of Tuition Ihe
same as at Tarborough, that is, Ten Dol
lars per session for the lower clases, and
Twelve Dollars per session for the higher.
No student will be received for a less term
than one session, unless providential acci
dents should prevent their commencing
with the session or ca'I them ofi" before it
ends, and in such cases the Tuition Mill be
charged only for the time at school. It is
particularly requested that the students
should begin with the session and be per
mitted to remain during the session, that
the teacher may have an opportunity of
doing justice to herself and her pupil?; for
it is designed that an Examination shall be
held at the end of each session. Board
can be had in a few families upon as cheap
or cheaper terms than in Tarborough or
Louisburg. It is hoped that this school
ill be liberalfy patronized, for no pains
will be spared to make it worthy of the
confidence ol the public.
A. J. Battle.
December 15th, 1S3(.
THIS Institution will be re-opened for
the reception of Boarders and Pupils
On Monday, the 9th of January next.
Mrs. Smith assures her friends that ev
ery attention will be paid to their morals
and their instruction, in the several bran
ches which she proposes to teach. Eight
or Ten Young Ladies can be accommoda
ted with board in the family, at $40 per
Terms for TUITION per session.
Orthography, Heading, Writing
and Arithmetic, - $6 00
English Grammar, Geography,
Chemistry, &c. - 8 00
Drawing and Painting, - 5 00
Music, - - 15 00
Needle work no extra charge.
TJJ"Pianos tuned and repaired by the
JOTLV IK SMITH.
All orders in Ihe country promptly at
tended. Dc. 10, 1836. 49
THE Examination of the Students in
oa , ,h's .'""""'ion w ill take place Ihe
4ib ami 25th i,,st. at which time Parents
"Ml Guardians are respectfully invited to
1 he Exercises will re-commence on
Monday, 9th January next, at $-10 per ses
sion for Board, &c. Tuition uill varv
from 10 to 15 dollars per session. Books
and caudles furnished at cost.
s one mile from Sims" Cross Roads, in a
high and healthy country; an evid-i.ee of
whiclu but one case or sickness has occur
red during the present session among 45
Communications directed to the Princi
pal at Ransom's Bridge, Nash county.
M Garrett Prin.
Nov; 12th, I83fj. 45 7
TH E duties of the School at
Lochiel, near Hillsborough,
Will be resumed on the 23d January.
The Subscriber intends affording to his
Pupils every facility of acquiring ait Edu
cation of the highest character, both solid
ami useful, as well as ornamental. The
better to accomplish this object, his num
ber will be strictly limited; and he also
designs procuring the services of an able
female Assistant from the North.
The Pupils of the School are treated in
every respect as members of a private
family, and while their intellectual im
provement is sedulously attended to, a
hih regard is paid to the cultivation f
their morals and their manners. Having
now had some years experience in Teach
ing, the Subscriber feels confident of be
ing abl to plce his School on a fooling
with the best Institutions for Female Ed
ucation in the rouutiy. The situation of
the School, a mile from Hi'lsboi oush, is
one combining every advantage of retire
ment and h-ai h.
TE:niS are $5 Per Session; which
includes Board, Tuition and Books VJu
sic und Painting are separate charges.
IMUboro', Dec. 1, 1836 48 6
Bacon and Lard.
THE Pubscriheri have just received a
supply of best quality
ALSO Bacon and Lard for sale, by
5. T). Colten &? Son.
Tarboro', May 24.
Newspaper Establishmen t
THE subscribers having determined to
engage in a 'iiT r nt pursui:, the
J.s offered for Sale.
The Ofiice is well provided wiih ihe ne
cessary materials, and not withstanding
that no efforts have been made, beyond
the mere transmission of the paper to those
who voluntar I ordered it, the patronage
is such that there is no other branch of
business known to the subscribers in which
the same amount of capital produces grea
As the sale is merely a matter of conve
nience to i h subset ibers, no one need ap
ply as a purchaser who will not sustain the
political principles whic'i the Spectator
Fasteur & Moore.
Newborn, 4th Nov. 1836.
BY MARIA MONK,
Of the Hotel Dleu Nunnery.
TTBEVISED, with an Appendix, con
Ji.Q t a i n i n - Part I. Reception of the
first edition. Part II. Sequel of her Nar
rative. Part III. Review of ihe case.
Also, a Supplement giving more pHrticu
lars of the Nunnery and grounds- Illus
trated by a plan of he iNuunerv.
F?SF I. It Urady.
For snle at this Office at the Raleigh
pi ices, viz: 10 cents each, 75 ten is h dozen,
4 dollars for half a groce, 57 a roce, &c.
IM'"!""a "" I,m" L"'"l u
The Subscribers continue to transact
Co m m is si on l in sin ess
IN NORFOLK. -
All produce left with their Agents,
Messrs. Simmons & Eure,
Will be forwarded without delay by the
wagons now tunning from that place to
Gary's Depot, the present termination of the
Portsmouth and Roanoke
The waggonnge is 20 cents per bale on
And the Rail Road freight from Gary's
Depot to Norfolk is 25 cents per 100 lbs.
James Gordon $ Co.
Nov. i. 1836. 44
ELECTED by the very first Musician
the United State?, Charles E.
Horn. Esq. of New York.
The Subscriber has just received
Of very superior tone and finish.
They have been examined by fiv; or six
musicians, who pronounce them first rate;
several of lh oldest and most ezperien
:ed cabinet makers in this place, who have
carefully examine.d tire exterior, unhesita
tingly declare them far ahead of any thing
of the kind they have ever seen in Peters
burg. For the quality ot these Instru
ments, 1 refr lo
Charles E. Horn, Esq. New York;
Dr. Thomas Rhinnri, Petersburg;
Dr. Rob. rt Emmet Robinson, do ;
Wm. M. Robinson, Eq , Richmond;
Charles Berg, Esq., Professor of Music
in this place.
Edward P Aash,
Petersburg, Va. vg. 23. 37
Miss Frances Campbell,
( FTER tendering her unfeigned
thanks to her patrons for past favors
begs leave to announce to the public, that
she has just, returned from New York,
with her Fail and winter supply of
Aid Mantuamaking Materials,
Where she spent several weeks for the
purpose of information, having had a va
riety of work executed in her line, became
acquainted with several of the most fash
i'luable and experienced Mantau Makers
in the city from whom she gained instruc
tion of great importance in the business,
such as will enable her lo exhibit to the
fancy of Ihe ladies something new and
equally pleang. Her stock of
Are far supei ior to any of her former pur
chases, having had the assistance of a
Connoisseur in her selections, the same
was therefore made with great care and
exemplary task. Her Stock consist in
part of l'e following articles (to ic)
Fig'd Silks and Satins,
Thread Hnd Bobhinet Iices,
Blond lace and l.dging,
Blond Capes anil wash blond,
French worked muslin, lace Capes,
Infant Caps. Bobhinet & muslin inserting,
Long silk and kid Gloves,
Velvet and oil si k Aprons,
Puffs and curls. Hu ll and silver Combs,
Wax and alabaster dolls,
Toys of m v,y kiuds, fruits, nuts, L.c.
Florence, Leghorn, satin, silk, velvet, bea
ver and straw tionn ts, in gret variety.
Together with many other things too te
dious to enumerate,
AH of which she offers on moderate terms.
All orders from a dist nice w ill be prompt
ly attended to, and she hopes by strict at
tention to her business to merit a liberal
Tarboro', 1 7th Nov. 1836.
Coach House, Landscape,
THE Subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Edgecombe county
that he has located himself
Where he is prepared to execute all orders
in his line of business.
Those wishing Gigs, sideboards, sitting
chairs fire screens and Ihe like painted,
will bring them to the coach shop of Mr.
He will leave town and go into the
coun'rv, when house painting is required
All orders in his line of business will be
thankfully received and faithfully executed
on reasonable terms.
Lewis Je Arquer.
Tarboro' 26th Feb 183d. 8
K'ew Goods, new Goods. '
THE Subscriber lakes great pleasure
iu announcing to his customers and
the Public in general, that he has just re
turned from the North, with a complete
Assortment of Fancy
Which he prop 10 sell on most reason
able terms a great many at least 25 per
ceut. cheaper lhau was sold in thi market
during the last season, such as Bate Rope,
Baping, Blankets, he.
The Subscriber has al-o on hand, a grenl
variety of heavy
Heady Made Clothing;
Consisting of Cloaks, over Coat?, dress
Coat, Pantaloons nd Vests, suitable for
the approaching season.
The Subscriber will give in barter or in
Cash for Cotton or Corn as much as bis
neighbors, as he wishes to buy a large
quantity of both.
Isaac B. Brady.
Tarboro, 1st Oct. 1336.
NEW & FASHIONABLE
FALL. AND. WINTER
THE Subscriber informs her cuslom
ers and the public, that she is now
opening her Fall Supply of
Comprising an extenivc assortment of the
most fashionable and durable articles for
Ladies wear, which with I er former stock
renders her assortment complete. Among
the articles will be found
Pattern bilk, velvet and straw Bonnets,
Ladies beaver hats, different colors,
O-lrich and Taney Feathers,
Head dresses, Capes, Collars, &.C.
Puffs nnd Curls. ,in great variety,
Plain and figured Silks and Satins,
Mode, Crapes, Gauzes and Florences,
Laces, Edgings, Inserlings ami Footiogs,
A splendid assortment of Ribbons, artifi
cial Flowers, he. &o.
These Goods were selected by herself,
and having had an excellent opportunity to
become acquainted with Ihe latest North
ern fashion-, she invites lhse wishing any
article in her line to give her a call.
A. C. Howard
T jOkifh BARRELS Cut Herrings,
JL Hj'HV just received and for sale by
May 30i h, 1S3C.
Whom it may concern'
His Summer Supply of
Adopts this means of apprising his "con
stituents" of this important and splendid
accession to his old stock. It s ems unne
cessary to descant, and but for one article
only. I would forbear. The one alluded to
is CHAMPAIGNE rare stuff, indeed
quite exhilaiating a sovereign remedy
for despondency; or, to he as brief as pos
sible, it has never entered the hearts of
those who have not tried it, to conceive
the excellencies of my
i-Fox brand Champaigne."
As much might be said in behalf of many
other things among my stock, which con
sists of the following arm lest
A great variety of Candies,
Muscatel and bunch Ra sins, Apples,
Oranges and Lemons, English walnuts,
Palm nuts. Butter and water Cracker,
Sugar Crackers, Pine apple Cheese,
Scotch Herrings, best lump Sugar,
Principe and Spanish Segars,
CHAMPAIGNE, very superior quality,
Charnpaigne brandy, French brandy,
Holland Gtu, Jamaica Rum Pott wine,
Irish whiskey. New England Rum.
Spanish smoking Tobacco, Lemon Syrup,
London Porter, Cider in bottles,
Scotch snuff, tallow Candles, sea Bread,
Loco foco Matches, Playing cards, Mar-
bles, k.c. he.
All which may be had for the considera
tion.of twenty-five per cent, ou their origi
Joseph B. Br add y.
July ISih, 163t.
THE Subscriber intending to remove
to the State ot Mississippi, offers for
Side on very accommodating terms. thai
Valuable Tract of Land,
Whereon he now resides, containing
About 800 Acres.
it is admitted to le inferior to no farm in
Ihecmiftyof Greene to quantity of
acres. It lies on th north tide of Gn-at
i Contemn, a cieek, lite miles below Stan.
totisburg There ore on the pn mi-es
A good Bivellinz House,
And out houses and attached to it
A valuable Grist Mill.
Between 3 and 4i 0 acp, f cleared Land,
well adapted to the cultivation of the -'a-pie
production of ih cimtry. particular
ly cotton .The terms will he mail0 verv
Accommodating, and likely you"? ecro s
taken in payni- nt at casn prire. For
further particulers those who to pur
chase can couie and judge for themselves.
November 29. 1P36 47
rTp HE Subscribers will in a few days b
lL in receipt of their Fall pnrchas'e in
New Yo, k Hnd iu Petersburg, of a general
Assortment of Groceries,
And the important articles lo the Tlanter
l this season of the year.
Wte also intend to keep three wagons?
employed in Ihe transportation of Cotton
Trom thh to Halifax, and will at all times
give the hig. est prices for baled Cotton
delivered in thi- ph.ee.
D KICFMRDSb CO.
Tarboro', Oct. 14, 1835.
To the Public.
Having on hand a very large and extensive
I now offer them
J3l a reduction of 10 per cent.
On last months prices those desirous of
obtaining Goods a u trifling advai.ee on
New Yoik Cost, will mot su-.iy find it
to li eir interest to call and learn my ri
ces hHor purchasing.
In my Assortment tcill be found:
Newest tit vie dai k and light Calicoes, from
10 Cent- to 30,
Circassians, every color, 20 ;o 50 cents.
Black and colored Silks, in great variety,
35 cents to 1 25,
A great bargain iu men's and women'
Clo k, from 3 to $8.
Supeifiite Br. aiii Intl. s, from lo $7,
Satlit.ett'. f;otn 40 rents to $1 25,
White and red Flannels, 25 cent t. $,
Rose Blankets. 2 to $6 pr pair,
Point IMankfts, 6l cents to ,$ I ,
Negro ( loth, all wool, six quarters wide,
only 0 cents,
do. do. time quarters wide, 35 cen,
Cloth and blanket Ov rcoas, $6J to $8,
Ladies lawn uudersle eves,
Ladies and gentlemen's a ilk Ha:lker
cniet. cents to 1 50,
, Bonnet, cap and bHt Ribbon,
Men's and boy HATS and
Caps of . very description.
The largest and cheapest Assortment of
Hoots and Shoes,
Ever exhibited in Tarloro (to wit:)
Men's Boots, $1 75 to 53,
Men's lined and bound high quartered
hoes, 87$ to $ 12 J,
Hiah and low quartered boys Sh es, 25 to
75 tents. "
Girl's leather shoes, 50 cents.
Women's leather shoes, 40 to 90 cents,
Women's b-ather and morocco Boots, 75
cent to 51,
Women's morocco and prunella shoes,
cents to gl 25,
Extra fine kid 8a prunella Slippers, $1 25,
Negroes coarse high and iow quartered
shoes. 40 c'nf s to $ 1 ,
Men's morocco and seal skin Pomp, 75
cents t 51 25.
Sole Leathfv, 15 to 17 cents.
With every other Article in the
Hat and Shite line.
ALSO, a large and web seleoed stock of
Hardware. Cutlery, Cninaf
All of which are now offered at the
Cheap Cash Store
For Cash ot Harter,
Or on the usual credit, at most Extraorrt
nary Low Prices.
Tarboro', Jan. 14, 183.