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Also, on same dny, ngi-tl atjof
7 years, William Morgan, a t o'
ored man, innrli respect! by hi
neighbors, a rovoluiiooary soldier
flnd a 'pensioner.
1 Jockey Club Baces,
f.L COMMENCE on Wednesday,
I W the 1st day of November, and con
f 4ue THREE DAYS:-
17 rs Day.
i A Sweepstake for three year ol.l colt
ami fillies, untried, mile heals, $ 100 en
' mince, forfeit, to close on the 20th
October, ,llr,e or ,nore 10 make a race.
I Second Buy.
j Proprietor's Purse, $200, to inile
1 heats, entrance 13 free for any horse,
i carrying his proper weight.
' Jockey Club Purse, 3oO, three mile
" entrance $'20 free aUo lor any
i j,i)ie, under Ihe. rules of the course.
1 37'f',e furses will he subject to the
' tjiu.tl deduction.
i John &' tfv,i0M, Proprietor.
1 Oct. 2, 1S37.
I Oycy the Tarboro'1 Course
TILL COMMENCE on the third
Tuesday in November, and con-
3 A Sweepstakes, for three years old,
! mile lirats. glt O entrance, 50 forfeit ;
I to continue open until the 2nd Monday in
November. Persons wishing lo enter,
:will make it known by addressing the
Proju ie lor.
' Part of Jockey Club Purse, iwo mile
j heats, 5150 entrance, $12 for subscii
I ben; 24 for non-subscribers.
I Third Day.
, Balance of Jockey Club Piuy three
mile hats, $350 eutrance, $20 for sub
; scribfis aud $40 for non subscribers.
I A Handy Cap, mile heats, best three in
I five purse to be made up of the entrance
money of the two Jockey Club days en-
nance 10, to be added to the purse.
I CTThe Purses will be subject to the
; jis'inl deduction.
j All letters addressed to the Proprietor
I dust be post paid.
t Wm. Foxhall, Proprietor.
October 6th, 1837.
UThe Petersburg Constellation, Nor-
folk Herald, and Warrenton Reporter will
; insert the above three limes (once a week)
i tfurwaid acc'l to this office for collection.
HE subscriber wishes to inform his
JL customers and the public generally.
Iliat he hasj'ust received from New Yoik
His Fall supply of
; "hich added (q his former slock makes it
j 'y complete. He invites all those that
j ut to purchase
Fine and cheap Goods,
j I" Ms line, to give him a call, as he feels
J confides tial he can please, both as, lo
I M'Mlily nni ,,nre
j HTGentUnien furnishing their own
. cloth can have it made and trimmed in the
t manner and- at the shortest notice.
Turboro' Oct. 4th, 1837
List of Letters,
Rimaiving in the Post Office at Tarbo
nvgh the 1st of Oct. 1837, which
'nor taken out before the 1st of Jrtn.
exf, will be sent 'to (he General Pott
Office as dead letters.
Jrmstronj Vm V Lloyd J R 5
Jenneit Mark 2 Lodge Sec Concord 2
J"nhiU Lemuel Mangum Sarah
carlow Arthur K 2 Mooring Wm
Juck Joshua Mariner Win
Wlittson McNelly R R
J'dley Robt Norval Vinev Miss
Jesse Norman Alfred Rev
p SS Asa Parker A Ann Mrs
'h Dorothy Miss I'arker Edw J
J-'uphcll F Miss Pocle Sarah
rrry Tho, B parker Mary Mrg
womwell Newsom Parker Theo 3
j cuttor M BMiss2 Vippin Elijah
u??n John Richards Danford 2'
"'fU Rj Randolph Jno C
r.pnraim Dr Kawk Richard
'-vans Sarkmaii rik;., ivm
Stewart Jno P 2
Sumner Eld win
Sh AT of Edgecombe 3
Sugg P S Dr
Urn t T 1 opruni B J
Ha-t-r cU1 Mrs Scott B,',!,py Miss.
11.., i . v Miiriey . u
"ymanTl , Taylor Stephen
llor L C;l,ar,e Taylor Jesse W
Hi, 1 ' o Ma,y An" Taylor Win
cier I lin,.,nwi-ii Wm
Thompson Noah M
Wright 11 E Mrs-8
Watson Sophia E
& Co 4
...... . TMin
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Land for. Sale.
riflUE Subscriber ,.iH; desirous to
JL remove westward, offers for sale the
lana.,n on which he resides, 1 miles a.
bove Stantonsburg, in the Fork of Toisnot
and Ulme Oak Swamps, containing
About 1400 Acres,
Of which about 200 acres are cleared, and
well adapted to the growth of coiton,
corn, fcc. On the premises, are
A comfortable Dwelling House,
And necessary nut-houses, together with
an apple Orchard, be. Terms will be
mde Hccr.nimo.liwing. For further pai
cul.rs apply to the sub-cribor.
James Tar It.
September 14, 1837. 37
WE hare this day established our
selves in this place for the purpose
We respectfully tender our services to our j
friends and the public in general as such. '
Messrs. M. $ T. Ferratl, j
OF HALIFAX, N. C
Are our Agents, wbo will at all times pay
strict attention lb all
That may be left in their charge. Rot a
few weeks more lire Bridge, across the Ro
anoke at Weldou will be completed, when
the Cars will run thro' to Halifax, N. C.
H Harris & Co.
Norfolk, Vn. Sept. 1, 1837.
THE Exercises of the Tarboro' Fe
male Academy will be resumed on
Monday, the 2d day of October next, under j
ihe roniinued superintendence of Miss A.
September 27, 1837.
WILL BE SOLD, at private sale,
sometime in the last of January
next, one Plantation of value, having on it
Jl good Mill and Gin,
About 400 Acres
Said Tract of Land is situate in Edge
combe county, N. C and is ihe place
whereon James Danic died, and which is
now owned bv his ornhan. One of the
uudersiffned wi! be in lire settlement of
said plantation at the time above specified,
when any gentleman can iiave tlie oppor
tunity of purchasing One of the orphans
is of 'as-e and will make tiile the others
are not of age, and v iil give as good bonds
for the performance ol the contract as can
be had in Georgia and Alabama.
JCL1Z II DJ1N1EL.
Sept. 17, 1837.
Bacon and Lard
THE subscriHer has for sale a large
quantity of prime
BACON AND LARD,
Which he will dispose of on reasonable
term. He has deposited some lor saie ai
the store of Messrs. Austin Sf Son, in
the towu of Tarborough.
Sept. 14, 1837.
As usual, at the well known
EDGECOMBE COUNTY, N. C.
16 miles above Tarboroogh-5l below
26th August, 1837.
171 OR SALE, at Tarboro', the fol!ow-
ing wcviks, by Jas. Osbourn.
Old School Sonnets, price 50 cents.
Present Dark and Sickly State
of the Church of Christ, 2o cents.
Fac simile, or the Religion of
New England portrayed, 123 cents.
Tiding, of Joy from the H.U
Also, The Bondage of the W ill,
(translated) by Martin Luther, 1
(North Carolina or northern on mly
can be received in payment.) Apply to
4 July, 1837. Coffield King.
Rail Road JYoticc.
rn .V"" ho desire to pass
through Washmgton and Baltimore, or to
yis.t the V.rgmia Springs, are respectfully
"for.me',',hj,r a RAIN OF CARS with
the Mail and Passengers from TarboroUffK
via Halifax, leave Blakely regularly three
times a week, running ihro to Peie'rsburg
and Richmond m time for the Western
Line of Stages,
Through Lynchburg and Charlottesville
and Staunton, and for the Daily Mail
train of the Richmond and Fredericks
burg Rail Road, arriving by this Line at
Washington to dinner and in Baltimore
by 3 o'clock in the evening.
Passengers who take the
Wilmington and Halifax Line,
Will find the route by the Petersburg Ruil
Road the most certain and agreeable and
although the Mail Train of Cars, leave but
three times a week, yet almost every day
an Engine with a train by which Passen
gers can be conveyed; leaves Blakelv and
arrives at the junction with the Greens
ville and Roanoke Rail Road in good time
to take the Daily Express Mail Line for
the North, which connects at Petersburg
with all the fast Northern Lines of Rail
Road, steamboats or stages.
OrricB Petkksbcuc Rail Road Co.
14th Aug. 1837.
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN Tra
vellers will find good accommodation
and prompt attention at the
And they are respectfully invited to call
and judge for themselves; the undersign
ed pledges himself to do his best to please
and give satisfaction to those who may
favor him with their custom.
The CARS of the
Petersburg Rail- Koad,
Leave this almost every day and regular
ly, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
in time to connect with the Cars which
carry the Great and Express Mails, and
the public may be assured every thing
shall be done for their comfort and ac
commodation, which it is in the power of
the dhdersigned to do.
Jas. )V. E. Bulls
Blakely Depot, Northampton, N. C,
14th Aug. 1837.
THE Subscribers have removed lo the
house on Old Street, next door cast
of Messrs. Hurt, Pailer.'Oii Wills, v. here
they will continue the
GROCERY & COMMISSION
Tley have on hand and are receiving,
A general Assortment of
Which are offered for sale on reasonable
terms. Country PRODUCE, entrusted to
their management, will receive strict and
prompt attention. S
Ar. M. A far t in 4 Dunn an.
Petersburg, Aug. 5.
Dunn, JF llwaine
Have now on hand a very extensive and
Slock of Groceries,
Which includes, with other articles, a
large supply of Cotton Baling, BdlcRope,
Twine, Sole and Upper Leather, all laid in
tinder the most favorable circumstances,
and which they are disposed to sell o
They will continu to
Receive on Consignment Sell,
And other Produce, on their usual terms,
and will, as heretofore, give the strictest
attention to all business confided to tneir
Petersburg, 10th Aug. 1837.
THE subscriber having become Tea
cher in this Institution, respectfully
. . ..Vlii. iliat a Tew more stu-
iniorms me p
dents can be received. The school is lo
cated at Mr. William Mercer's, about five
miles from Town irecK meeting nou.
The various branches of an English edu-
. i .
cation are taugm.
E. V. Woodard.
'Positively decided on i emo
-U.il. vinz from Tarboro' on ite 1I June.
we respect Inlly invite all our friends who
arc uiisemea accounts of any description
with us, to call and seitfc) the same at Ihe
earliest possible day their convenience
will admit. Our business has been of long
standing, and our uniform disposition to
be accommodating to our customers, we
hope will be a sufficient stimulus to insure
a punctual acquiescence to our request,
that we may be enabled to close our imsi.
ness by May Court, (the longest time we
think of residing in Tarborough.) This
appeal is made with a confident expecta
tion thai all concerted will call at our
store as desired.
Any claims on us will be nrnmnilir nai1
when presented. We also ofler
Any Goods in our Store
The stock is large, variety very general.
quality superior, and bought 10 to 15 per
cent, under prices generally paid for
uooas inu last year.
Store house, ware houses,
Large and extensive. Ihe most nleasaoilv
located and arrai.ged for business of any
in Ihe place indeed it is not inferior to
any in the Slate, for comfort and extended
A large DivclUnj;.
And outhouses of all descriptions, plea
santly located in good condition for a
large family or boardin? house, dinin?
room 40 feet long with two Lots of Land
Two Lots of Land,
With a gin and screw house, a first rate
iron screw, and 60 saw gin, with room to
hold 100,000 lbs seed cotton, and 50 bales
when packed a large stable, granary,
fodder loft, and carriage houses, work
shop, Sic. not inferior to any in the State.
About 200 acres of Land,
One and a half miles from town a conve
nient privilege for any resident in Tarboro.
Also, a plantation on Fish
ing Creek, 750 acres,
15 miles above Tarboro, with a large aud
comfortable dwelling house, all necessary
out houses, large garden well eiclosed.
grape vine?, selected fruil trees, Sic. sur-
ouuded by a large and handsome grove,
and as good water as any below the
mountains comprising one of the hand
somest and healthiest locations in this part
of the county. The dwelling is in the pine
woods, IJ miles from the Creek, or main
plantation; on which is a good overseer's
house, cotton bouse, negro bouses, kc.
with a large barn and stables, and the best
f.rni yard in the county for raising man
ure, all well enclosed cleared land suffi
cient to make 600 barrels corn, 40 to
50,000 lbs seed cotton, small grain, pota-
ioes,&c. &ic. well divided, with good gates,
fences, &.c. and will insure to ihe purcha
ser as profitable investment as any larnr in
the county ol the same extent. Any
person residing down tne country would
find this one ol the most healthy ami
delightful residences in the State.
All or any of Ihe above property will be
sold a a great sacrifice.
11. S,- S. D. GOTTEN,
S. D. GOTTEN $ SON.
Feb. 24, 1837.
flashins'ton Blues I
YOU will Muster at your Parade
ground at William Pender's, on
Saturday, the 1th of October next. Per
sons wishing lo join said Volunteer Com
pany, will attend on that day.
By order of the Captain,
Lewis de Arquer, 0. S.
August 29th, 1837.
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
chair?, fire screens and the like painted,
will bring them to the coach shop of Mr.
He will leave town and go into the
coun'ry, when house painting is required.
All orders in his line of business will be
thankfullyreceived and faithfully executed
on reasonable terms.
. Lewis de Arquer.
Tarboro' 26th Feb 1S3.
rLo the Ladies. c
THE Subscriber is now opening at In"
Cheap Cash Store, the following
Which he respectfully solicits the Ladies
to call aud examine, (to wit:)
Extra rich plain and figured Silks, Saiins,
A great variety of painted Muslins and
Cambrics, ol the most beautiful patterns
both small and large,
Elegant printed Bishop Lawns, some with
Small pattern Bells to match,
Beautiful small pattern Chalks,
A splendid assortment of needle worked
lace and muslin Capes and Collars, the
greatest bargains and richest Goods ev
Dunstable, Berlin, Swiss and fanny straw
Bonnets, newest and most fashionable
shaoes. in prei variety.
Cap borders with flowers, a new article,
rtrunciHi sprigs for caps aud wreaths for
Bonnett, cap and bell Ribbons, "lo suit ev
Very handsome belt Buckles &. Bracelets,
Elegant assortment of fancy nerk 5shau,te
Fouchetts and embroidered lace Scarfs!
Ladies aud misses Corsetts, of the most
approved make, in great variety,
A large, assortment of Ladies and misses
Parasols, of everv size.ounlitv kil.
Estra rich velvet aud bend Bags,
Lace to gauze Veils, of every description.
Hem stitch'd linen cambric Handkerchiefs
r.iastic itead Hands. Chinelle cord,
Mohair Caps, Fans, hair Ringlets,
Light kid and fancy silk Gloves,
White, black, and fancy colored plain and
embroidered silk and cotton Hose, in
Muslin Edgings and Insertings,
inreaa and bubbinett Laces, Edgings and
Plain ami figured Bohbinelt,
An elegant assortment of Ladies and mis
ses r rencn. Kin. satin, velvet, nnmella
seal and morocco Slipper and Shoes, of
tlie newest style and very best quality,
most of which were made expressly "to
UfTiVfTb P'eces new style Calicoes, a
P H V 4. V mong which are a great ma
ny elegant patterns, from 10 to 30 cents
50 pieces Ginghams, good and cheap,
i lain, striped, and check d Muslins for
dresses, from 25 cents and unwards.
Corded Skirts, variou qualities.
The above wifli every other article in
THE FANCY AND STAPLE
Dry Goods Line,
Can be had in the greatest variety at
Extraordinary low Prices,
For Cash or on the usual credit,
At the Cheap Cash Store.
Tarboro', April 7, 1837.
rv i i . .., oiaie: it is therefore ordered, that piibli,
lOUCll them and tlieij lVlllctoa be made in the Tarborough Press
speak for themselves.
HAVE sent to Mr. James Wtdddl,
Tarboro', one of my splendid and
French Grand Action
Made by Stodart, Worcester & Dunham,
New York, the price of which is Ihree
hundred and fifty dollars. All ih-tse who
are desirous to see and examine ihe very
best Pianos made in the United S'iles,
will do well just lo call at Mr. Weddell's
and inspect the one now sent. 1 shall en
deavor to keep Mr. W. regularly supplied
with Cist rate Pianos at the lowest cash
E. P. NASH, Petersburg, Va.
Sole Agent in Virginia and North Caro
lina for Stodart, Worcester &. Dunham's
Piano Fortes. May 29, 1837.
THE Exercises of this Institution will
be resumed on the first Monday in
Se5tember next, under the superinten
dence of Mr. J. M. LOVEJOY: Were Mr.
Lovejoy extensively known it would be
unnecessary to speak of his qualification".
Mr. L is a graduate of Middlebury Col
lege, Vermont; he brings with him recom
mendations of the highest order, which to
gether with the general satisfaction ren
dered to Patents at the late Examination,
authorizes the Trustees in recommending
him as a teacher unsurpassed by any in
Ihe State; and. Parents and Guardians
may rest assured, that scholars committed
to his charge will meet with every atten
tion. The prices for Tuition are as fol
For spelling, reading and writing,
per quarter of 11 weeks, $3 50
Same, including arithmetic, 4 00
Same, including geography; gram
mar and history, - - 6 00
Same, inciuding natural, moral and
intellectual philosophy, chemis
try, navigation, surveying, and
algebra, - - - 7 00
Ancient and modern lanp-ua?e. 7 ( A
With an additional charge of twenty-five
cents i'r contingencies. Board can be
obtained in respectable families in the
town and vicinity at $1 to 8 per month
(D"3cholars entering at any time wtih'
in the first month, will only be charged
from the time they enter to the close of
By order of the Board of Trustees.
JAS. B. HOYLE, Sec'y.
Augt. 28th, 1837. . 35
A N excellent new Corn Fan. tnad. i...
SL Mr. John Wilson, of Hamilton, can
be had on reasonable and accommoda
jing terms, on application .
At this Office.
Tarboro , July 21.
IS now opening her Spring Supply of
Goods, which having been selected by
herself Sbe can recommend without any
hesitation as bring r.f uperir quality.
Her assortment is extensive, ami include
a general variety of
In her assortment will be found :
A variety of Pattern Bonnets,
Tuscan and straw do. of nearly every
haiv anil fviiurA
Plain, fibred and watered Silk and Sat
ins tor dresses.
Veils. Shawls, Scarfs, and Handkerchiefs
of different qualities and prices,
Head dresses, Capes, Collars, k.c.
Mode, Cranes. Gauzes aiwl l-'J... .w-.-.
Head ornaments, hair .els, Pod's 6l Cutis,
'arge quantity of Ribbwns, artificial
lowers, oic. 6iC.
iL"Mrs. H. has nattr. r.n,l.iM
fashions. She invites ,i r i
Goods. Mantua making done as usual.
Tm hnrn' A ..-'. I tlo
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
AUGUST TERM, 1837.
miwiAj uo j
! Original Attach
ment J.e?se H. Powell
Frederick P. Evans,
Levied on the Lands of Frederick P.
an, lying on Beach Run, containing
40U acres more or less, adjoining the
lands f James S. Battle, Unliam J. El
linor, and others.
f T appearing lo the satisfaction of the
' Court, that Frederick P. Evans, the
defendant in this case, is not an inhabitant
of this Slate: It is therefore oidered, that
publication be made in the Tarborough
Press for six weeks fciu cessively . thai un
less the said Frederick P. Evans appears
at the next Court, to be held on the lourtb
Monday in November next, and replevied
the property levied on. aud ule
sue, that judgment by default wilt be ren-
uereu against nini. . ,
Witness, Joseph Bell. Clerk
Court, at office in Tarborough, the fourth
iwoiiaay in August,
JOS. BELL, C. C.
Pr;c adv $3 50.
Slate of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
AUGUST TERM, 1637.
vs. t Petition for p alii ion of
Levi Daniel, ) Lan'ds.m
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, that Levi Daniel, the deff nrtnnt
this case, is not an inhabitant of this
said Levi I'amel annears at tho tin r
Court, to be held otOhe fourth Monday in
November next, then and there to olead to
issue, otherwise the said petition will be
taKeu pro coniesso, and stt lor heat ing
Witness. Josenh Rett. Clerk of cairi
Court, at office iu Tarborough, the fourtii
Mouday in August, 1837.
JOS. BELL, C. C.
Pi ice adv fl 75.
IlKUAl the Subscriber, at. Hmi1ion,
li Mailin county, on Satnrd.iv in at
- j -i
A black Mare,
Abou 8 years old. 5 fe t 1 or 9 arhm
high, and a split in her left hind hoof.
liberal reward will he riven for id- Hliv.
ery of saiu mare lo me in Martin counlv.
near Log Chapel and anv infrmtin
respecting her will be thankfully received.
John C. Weathevsby.
August II, 1837.
THE subscriber has for disposal seye
rat hundred rooted ireea ...,! ....
tings of the noted Morus. Multicuules, or
Jfew Chinese Mulberrn;
Found doubly advantageous for i'i, ..i-
lure, and one of Ihe most beautiful orna
mental trees, of moderate siee. the e
can rest upon. Of the ease ,r r,rr..-
ting this tree and its rapid growth the pub
lic may judge wnen miormed thai from Q.
small rooted plant, for which a dollar was
paid at Baltimore about four years since.
me suocnuer nas d is nosed r u...
number, and has yet as above stated, ami
that his first pronapaied I rppa arm n 0 r-
twenty feet high and beautifully propor
tioned. The leaf is a dark green color
and often Id inches long and II broad.
Ttj,e price, (now reduced) isiUceni
each for plants upwards of 6 feet high, ami
proportionate lor those or a smaller size &
wnen a number are taken at a time.
Brinklevville, Halifax county, N. C
Dec. 15, 1S36.
P. S. Mr. Geo- Howard is my Agent for
vines and trees at Tarborough ami vicini
ty, and those desirous of any plants would
do well to make early application o that
"they may be included in a kox about to be
sent to Mr. Howard. , ; j. W.
Printing neatly executed.
AT TJll OFJICE.
Constables' Blanks for sal
AT THIS OFFICU.
August 1, 1837.