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Co field King,
'AV!N(; t .moved lo his new estab
lil.mo.ii !irti' nun. iite the Court
Hi,i rUc,v.-i..n.. ininriiK lii Cii (.mi i and
the public generally, that he is now open
ing a hand-nine assortment of
if aH anQ oatintcr
Of a beautiful and superior quality, which
have been selected with much personal
care in Ihe northern cili'-s, and will be
made up to order at short notice and in
the most fashionable style such as:
Superfine blue and black Cloihs.
,, Invisible green and brown do.
,, Clarence brown and mulberry do.
Olive and mixt do.
Polaski ribbed Cassiwere,
Plain black ai d mixt do. do.
1, Lavt-iid r, Zebra, Plaid Grecian do.
,, Striped and corded do. of various
Plain black and figured Velvets,
roade Velvets, a superior article,
Plain black am) tiffined bilk Ve&tings,
Brown and drab Petersham,
81ack and brown goat hair Camblets,
Also, a beautiful a-sortmentof Stocks, some
Bosoms Co'lars, Glove, Sospende rs, k.c
H iruts by due attention to business,
and bis long experience therein, to giv
due satisfaction to (hose h may favni
him with their orders. He will keepton
Stantly on hand an ..fsortifient of seasonable
Head if made Clothing,
Of the best quality, manufactured by him
self and warranted.
ALSO, litre or four Journey uicnTaiiois
of the first class, anted.
Tarboro', Nov. I Oih I83(.
Whom it may concern.
THE Subscriber i equests nil those in
debted to him to call and settle their
January 13, 1636.
An InuTian remedy for toothach,
TPRrHICH when applied arcording to
If V dlrectii ns, has never failed to afford
Immediate and permanent relief, just re
ceived aud for sale by
J. IK GOTTEN.
11th Nov. 1S36.
Copper $ Tin ware
Win. D. Roberts, Jr.
MESPECT FULLY announces to the
Farmers of Virginia and North
Carolina, that having received extensive
supplies of foreign and American Copper
of all the various thickness"s adapted to
the manufacture of Brandy, Turpentine,
and other Stills, will be happy to receive
their orders as soon as practicable.
He hrts on hand, of the most approved
From 90 to 110 gallons.
WORMS of all descriptions, aud a large
and general assortment of articles ol Tin
Miid Copper manufacture.
Old Stills, Worms, he. repaired in the
best manner, or taken in exchange for
Farmers and merchants trading to Nor
folk, via rivers or canal, are ' informed
that by addressing the undersigned, their
goods can be shipped free of expense,
having a Copper and Tin Ware Establish
went located at that place, conducted by
Ids indefatigable agent, A. S. Dozier.
0North Carolina Bank Notes receiv
ed in payment without discount
N. B. To avoid all mistake, please ad
dress WM. 1). ROBERTS, Jr.
Tin Copper ware Manufacturer,
, Portsmouth. Va.
June 15, 1837.
A PERSON capable of teaching the
rudiments of the English language,
who can come well recommended, can
tjet a School worth 20 per moVh, and
board found, in the vicinity t,f Tison's
Store, Pitt county. Apply 0 Benjamin
Joiner, or to
, John Joiner. Esq.
July 5, 1837.
And for sale at this Office, a pamphlet en
T rying to gnaw on I of the
iNo other than Baptist Churches
Have aright lobe called
6 JOSHWA UwKKKCR.
Price 10 cents sk.gTe,or $l pcr dozcn.
NEW ARRIVAL OF
Spring i$ Siimmcr
AT THE '
Cheaj) Cash store.
just returned from the Northern
cities, where he has purchased at
exceedingly Low Prices, a LARGE and
Splendid Assortment of
FANCY AND ST A I LIS
Hardware China, Glass and
Which he offers at a very small advance on
The J few York Cos,
And fet-Is confident he can convince ail
who may favor him wi'h a call that his
Stock not only comprises a most splendid
variety, but having purchased them in
many instances at a gial sacrifice to the
importer, he will offer them at such aston
ishingly low prices as he flatters himself
will fully inert the views- of those whose
object is to buy
Fresh r fashionable Goodt
At very low Prices.
TEIIAIS Cusji, or Ihe tisuJ ciedil to
Tarboio', April 3. 1837-
MR E. P. NASIJ,of Petersburg, Vir
ginia, being sole Agent for the sale
ot our Piano Fortes, in the States of Vir
gil ia &. North Carolina, persons desirous
l having Instruments of our manufacture,
can make application to him, as he has
the exclusive light to sell in those states.
Slodart. I Forces t er Dunham.
New Yoik, March 17, 1837.
COMMENCE my spring sales of the
above Instrument in the Stales of
Virginia and North Carolina, by declaring
that Stodarl, Worcester & Dunham's
Is the verv best in the United States not
! only equal to others, but, literally the very
j b-si; and as the ver best evidence that I
I am borne out in the assertion, am permit
ted to challenge a fair trial with any
I make, or makers, far or near.
The Factory of thee makers having
within a few months bewn considerably
enlarged, I shall now be enabled lo meet
thedtmand. The prices of those Pianos
ate regular and established.
Edivard V Nash.
William Y .
FOR ULCERS, TUMOURS, &C.
Can now be obtnimd of the I'alentee, at ihe
Office of lire Raleigh lltgister.
Single Pol, 1 ddiai Due dozen, i) dollars.
WILLIAM IV GRAY.
Raleigh, October 4. 18.36.
Italeiixh. Seotetnher 1. lR3rt
For five or six years previous to the
spring of 1834, a negro man of mine had
been much afflicted with an ulcerated arm
aud hand, whii h rendered him almost use
less. The ulcer embraced that nart r 1.;.
arm from the elbow down.
entire hand, which was literally a mass of
putrefaction. A joint of one finder, and a
part of Ihe .thumb, perished and dropt off.
muie uisiressmg aud hopeless case I
have never beheld. It was abandoned by
.... ,...,.,.,., , ..ii.noim:,tiic)i wv a in
putation of the hand.
The best medical trftltniPllt flavin or Tail
ed to relieve Ihe man, I placed himuider
tne care ni wir. William IV. Gray, in (hi
plare, who, with his Ointment, has effectu
ally cured the case, although the
was frequently absent, for weeks and
months together. He has hem ontirrl..
well for Ihe last eight months, and I have
goou reason to believe will continue so.
WILLIAM BOY LAN.
Of J'orth Carolina.
fJUHbUAINl to a Resolution of Ihe
Stockholders of this Bank, at their
last annual General Meeting, nil persons
having claims on said Bank for Dividends
of Capital or Profits Deposites, r Notes
lc..a. I.., tl.A 1 n. ,
dcueu iiw 1 iiitciprti BHUK or its bran
rhes. are rnrnpcilv lsi-. t . .
, j .rscui mem
(or payment to the Treasurer of the Bank.
nil n r lwfrr
The first Monday in JVo
Otherwise, they will be barred, as the
Stockholders wilUhen make a final divi
dend of ihe effects of the Bank.
S. F. PA TZTERSONf Pres't.
Raleigh, Dec. 23, 1836. 1
Printing neatly executed,
AT THIS OFFICE.
rmilE Board of Managers of the fVash
II tugfoii Natiwiul Monumental Society
invite. DESIGNS for this structure, inten
ded as a tnemoriaVoi a
It woulJ be to fetter genius, to prescribe
any limits 10 the exercise of its powers,
which should, however, in this case, har
moniously blend durability, simplicity and
granfleur. Although it is impracticable at
present to estimate the extent of the con.
tiibutions that may be made, the Designs
mav be predicated on an expenditure of not
less than one million of dollars.
The Board of Managers will not offend
American genius so much as to offer, In
this instance, a pecuniary reward. The
artist, whose Design shall be adopted, will
feel amply remunerated; and all the De
signs w ill be bound and carefully preserved
to which end, it is requested that they be
sketched, as near as may be, on paper of a
uniform size, of the dimensions or sixteeu
by twenty-two inches. The designs to be
THIS most valuable medicine for the
cure of Dyspepsia, and the pi evention
ol bilious fevers, colic, Sic. Lc is kept con
stantly on baud and for sale by
J. IK GOTTEN.
Taiboro'. 21 Sept. 1836.
Bacon and Lard.
IHE Subscribers have just received a
supply of best quality
ALSO ftiicon and Lard for sale, by
S. D. Votten & Son.
Tarboro', Way 21.
Of Mississippi & Alabama
MOWING the Public &. Indian Lands.
k3 Indian Reservations, Land Districts,
Townships, Streams, &.C engraved from
Ihe (lovemment Surveys and Plats in the
General Land Office, Washingtou City; by
E: Oilman, Draughtsman in the General
Bookseller, Washington City,
Has just published (aud secured the copy
right according to law) the above Maps,
which will be found infinitely more com
plete and accuiale than any heretofore
published. '.'hey are published on sepa
rate sheets, each containing nearly six
.quare feet, aud will be found especially
useful and valuable to those interested in
the lands of either State; as they shojv ev
ery item of information which is in the
possession of the Land Offices relative to
water courses, township 'lines, Indian
lauds and reservations, land districts, &c
and will be found perfectly accurate aud
precise on these points. They can be sent
by mail to any part of the United States,
subject only to single letter postage.
Price two dollars, or three copies of eithei
will tie sent by mail for live dollars. A
liberal discount will be made to travelling
agents, or to any who buy to sell again.
llf Edilor9 of newspapers, any where,
wio will give the above advertisement (in
clttdiug this notice) one or two insertions,
fchall receive by return mail a copy of each
Map, if they will send a copy of the paper
containing ii to the advertiser.
The Journal Office
iCKWTNG to the intended removal of one
Hjr of the Kditors, and the wMi of the
other to devote himself .more exclusively
to the duties of hij profession, the trmrer
signed offer for sale the establishment of
the North Carolina
The Office is well found in Job, Newspaper
and OrnHmeiital Type, the list of subscri
bes is . tolerably large, and they doubt not
might be greatly augmented by a little
exertion. To any person desirous of em
barking in the business, it offers induce
ments not inferior lo any in this State, but
to a practical printer they know of no in
vestment he could make of his moneytthat
would yield him a more profitable return.-
Ilybart & Strange.
Fayette ville, May 30, 1837.
Published and for bale at this Office.
PATRIOTIC DISCOURSE tht
North Carolina Whir's A do loo-v for
he Kehukee Association and, A Basket of
fragments, by Ihe Rev. Joshua Lawrence.
Also, A Review of Clark's defence and jus
tification to the Kehukee Association, writ
en by a lay member of -the Association
and, Occurrences in the Life of Elder Jo
seph Biggs, wrot by himsglf.
THE subscriber begs leave, most re
spectfully to inform his friends and
the public generally, that he has taken
possession of the above Establishment,
formerly occupied by Maj. Jno. G.
Opposite the Court House,
And having for some years past been en
gaged in like business, feels confident of
being able to give entire satisfaction to
those who may favor him with their pat
ronage. His table will be furnished with
the best the market can afford. Hi sta
bles are new and in good onler, and will
be attended by the best ostlers. Suffice it
to say, that nothing on his part will be
wanting to make those comfortable who
may call on him.
Jl. C. VaiiUo
Nashville, No. Ca. July 17th, 1837.
To the Jlfflieted.
jf1 RAY'S invaluable Ointment for the
HjT cure of w hite swellings, scrofula and
other tumours , sore legs and ulcers, and
fresh wound, sprains, bruises, swellings
and inflammation!! , lie. Sic.
Rowand's genuine t nic mixture, a per
fect cii'e for ague and fever.
The above valuable medicines may be
had wholesale or retail on application lo
J. IV. Cotten, Agent for Tai borough.
THE subscriber having recently dis
posed of his
Gin )iialcing Establishment
To N. TYER, requests all those indebted
to him to make early payment. From
his long acquaintance with Mr. Tver (who
has for several years past been in bis em
ploy) he respectfully recommends his for
iier customers to him, ard is confident
that all who may favor him with their cus
tom will be satisfied.
THE subscriber having purchased the
Establishment of Henry Chamber
lain, in Greenville, N. C. for making
Steel Saw Gr s,
Respectfully informs the public that he will
coirtiwue the business at the same place.
Having an extensive assortment of ma
terials on hand, he assures those who may
favor him with their custom, that their or
ders shall be promptly executed.
Gins wilt be repaired.
Of the best materials, and at the shortest
Persons when ordeting will please state
whether they prefer the German, or polish
ed cast steel plates. ' ,
. ilSiEiGRT TSSORT,
Still remains connected with this establish
ment, and cat ries 011 the
Lock and Gunsmith business,
He also makes Saw Milt Boxes, and Mill
Inks, of a composition invented by Dai.iel
Peck, of Raleigh Mill Spindles, with
Steel Collars, (turned,) and Gudtams,
manufactured equal to any. in the United
All orders must be directed to the Sub
scriber, at Greenville
January 30, 1S37.
HE Subscriber has more than twenty
kinds and fifty varieties of the Vine.
Some of these are generally known as ex
cedent for tuble use or wine, viz: the Scup
pernong, the Halifax, Isabella, Catawba,
Herbeaut's Madeira, &c. The price for a
well rooted single vine is a quarter of a
tfollar-but where a dozen, fifty, one hun
dred or more are taken at once, or boxed
and sent the same direction to one respon
sible person, a handsome deduction is
made. For further particulars inquire of
he Editor of the Tarboro' Pres or
Brinkleyville, N. C. Ocf. 4.
HISTOUY. OF THE
Keh 11 kee Jlsso c ia I io n .
JUST PUBLISH ED, and for sale at the
office of the Tarboro' Pies?, "A con
cise History of the Kehukee Baptist Asso
eialion, from its original rise to the pre
sent time by Elder Joseph Biggs-utidcr
the supervision of a committee (consisting
of Elders Joshua Lawrence, Wjiliatn IJy.
man, and Luke Ward, and brethren Tho
mas Biggs Joseph D. Biggs, and Cushion
B. Hasten,) appointed by the Association "
Price $1 each, or $10 perdoaco. . "
Rail Road Notice.
nrf K M'l'artd Passengers for Pelers
jl b'ir,r, IVchmond, Washington, Phi
ladtlphiaT l'11ve Wakel
Tuedays, 'Ihursdays and Satuidytys, at
10 o'clock, A- M..and will leave Peters
burg for Blakeley, &c. on Mondays, Wcd
tUf lays and Fridays, at 1 o'clock. A. M
connecting at Blakeley witli the
Tarboro' Mail ' Line of Stages,
And at Halifax or Gary's, with the Wil
relersburg Buil Eoctd Co. Office, )
4th Sept. 137. S
Rail Road Office,?
Wilmington, May 16, 1837. J
URSUAN T to an order of Ihe Board
of Directors, the Stockholders of the
WILMINGTON AND RALEIGH
Mail Bond i ompnny,
Will be calred on for the following instal
$5 per share, to be paid on or before
, ihe lt July next,
$, 1st October,
10, ' 15th December,
James Owen, FresH.
Wi April, 1837.
THE uuder.sis ncd respectiiilt v in
forms the. Piantei and Meichants
of N'c th Carolina aud Virginia, and Ihe
public generally, that the
Greensville and llounoke
Is now completed, and ia successful ope
ration, aud that he has located himself at
(iasion, the tei miuatiou of said Road, for
ihe purpose of tiansaciing
A Commission, receiving and
And is now prepared fo give attention lo
all consignments. The undersigned, in
commencing business at Gaston, was un
der the i in pre s-ion that the shippers of
Produce, and receivers of Goods, both of
the country and town of Petersburg,
would find it convenient and advantageous
to have a regular correspondent and disin
terested agent to attend lo thfir various
interests, and especially to the order and
condition in which boatmen and wagoners
receive and deliver ttx ir cargoes at Gas
ton, from and to the Rail Road Company,
and particularly in procuring boats and
wagons, lor tue immediate dispatch of
merchaud.ze, tec. to its j.lace of destina
tion. Under this belief he oilers bis ser
vices to the public, promising to devote his
h time and services to their best, interests,
and assuring tliem that he will discharge
Ihe trust which may be reposed in him,
with care and fid lity.
Ti e umlt r'igned, in offering bis services
to Ihe public, bgs leave to inform th'in
that he has, for the bist two or three years,
devoted his lime in an extrusive ship bro
kerage and commission bu-'mess in ihe
town of Petersburg, and il titers himself,
that the knowledge there obtained in this
branch of business, will enable him- lo give
satisfaction to those who may favor him
with their business His charges will be
very moderate: merely sufficient to pay
for ihe time these duties will require at
SAME. IF, PUG II.
Rales 0 charges on some of the most promi-
4 nent articles:
Tobacco, merchandise, Sic. per hhd. 25 els
Cotton, per bale, 25 do
Merchandise, per peck, lu do
Floor, per barrel, 0 do
Manufacl'd tobacco, per box li keg, 6 do
Salt, per sack, 6 do
Petersburg. Chas. F. Osborne, Presi
dent Petersburg Rail Road Company,
Messrs. Rowlett. Roper &. Noble, L. E.
Staiuback, Son Si Co. Pannill &. Lea,
James .M. McCulIoeh & Co. nn, Mcll
vvaine &i Brownley. Hurt, Paiterson L
Wills, Holderby k McPheiers.
Gaston. XV. W. Wilkins, E-q.
Mecklenburg Dr.- L'ignal Jones.
Clarlksrilte, Va. Messrs, A. W. Venable
k. Co. J. L. Iliomas, Esq.
Milton. N. C. Waikins & Farley,
George W. Johnson &i Co.
- Danville, lra.- Geo. White, T. D- Neal
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
' 3VLT TKR..M, 1S37.
William Peal, ) ;
Jonathan Ward summoned a3 garnishee.
IT appearing to the satisfaction at the
Court, that the defendant is not a re
sident of this Slate: U U ordered, that
publication be made for six weeks in the
larboro' Press, for the defendant jo ap
pear, at the next tsrm of ibis Court, and
replevy, or plead, or judgment will be
rendered against him. .
itness, Joseph O. Biggs, Clerk of our
said Court at WiHWrrsioi, the second
Monday of July, 1837.
JOS. I). BIGGS, Clk.
Price adv 52 50. '
Sheriffs and Constables
blanks for sae,
AT Till OFFICE.
rmilE follow",,,,. r:,-.i.. 16u.
JL dressf rf to ihe Pension A
the Second Comptroller ot the f''
is published for ih if0,
sin-rs, and those who may ac( P
attorneys, in drHuh..r m, . alt
them. ' S"l
James L Edward, I
commissioner oj ten
Second Comptroller's Of!'
fice, September 15.35 j
The Agent for paying Pens-msil
Siw! In tinier to niiIt, , .
'iiraincl :a rnnnlillr,.! of f, I '
"&" - 1 ' "iui, as ,,r.
101c pKiLiiseo u in prcniuclmn of f
ppers, the first three following BdW
rules will be observed In ii-
r .1 t "lu"iv
employs an attorney to receive d
sion, the execution of the pon
1 nnii( j
11 me Jie?cotc if ill t;ast Ollt; uiw
other than the magistrate brfore m,
is aikuow b dgtd. .No paviurnt ( a.
j tomey will be allowed ui.ltss siijijmiy ;
a voucner inns executeu. ?
2. In all case w here the sir,a,.r, .
Ihe pensioner or I. is attorney is itlW,
such pensioner or attorney will Vriei
name at length, if capable of s
otherwise, his signature may he ,v
or cross, it, which case the esicui:
be in ihe -present e ui hi ,Vast 1,,,,. tl)1)f
tent witness, other than the justice or
tary who ads officially in die c;ie.
3. No payniinls will in future he ni'
lo any pensioner, either in person oil
attorney, ho has not applied for hispt,
k)ii for more than one er, w'uhuwii
production of evidence of his ideniiiu
ptesciibed in the instructions liois -ollice
of June 10, 1833, clnqi'ter 1, ltd
2, and form B, nor until such evij
has been transmitted to the Coinmistioik
of Pensions, and a special direction 1.
thorizing the payment has been given.
4- In case where a certificate lias tw
isuru uy me ommissixer ol i mm.
lo the widow or children of an officer
soldier finder Ihe act of .Fine 7, 13J,
under the act of May lo, 162S, no profo
the relationship of the applicant 10 the 4
ceafd officer or soldier is to he requin
by Ihe pension agent, that p:-mf hat.i
been necessarily filed in the tiflkt&i'iii
Commsioiier of l'ciiioiis rior to the is-
suing ol such certificate.
Your obedient servant,
Albion K. Farm,
Jan. 24. Comptroller.
To lake effect from the 4th March 163'
Cotton Yarn. ami Tic'm
THE Subscribers feel grateful fn:
liberal patronage which tlieyreceiif
the past year, and hope by asiiiuilf '
punctuality in busine.-s to merit a coi.liut
ance of pa.;t lnvors.
They now have and expect to keep cce
staiitly t,n hand, the
Very best Cotton Yam.
From Nos." 2 to IS inclusive. Aliavaw
sizes of the heit
Cotton Seine Twine.
Its durability and strength has hefn fi'r:
tested, and t . Subscriber fcrlr.oW
tiou-in ni onouncin" it infeii'r to tinne.
not superior to anv in market. B(,,u'
above articles iIkv expect fo tlt-I.Tert-purchasers
on as liberal term as arU'(
of Ihe same quality can be ,i ucuied ii
where. Ihe usual charge forcoimv"
will be mnil.
7'erMt of Sa-lefar nil mi ntiii- sof U
ivr rone thousand pounds. f r""t'l,m
lit will be allowed for any nuantit und
one thousand pound, three 1.1 mil's.
purchaser giving note (without interesn
the time the Yarn is delivered, pavalle
Ihe above slated limes.
The proprietors of fisheries illJf
to apply to the Sub-.ciib. rs lor
the future, as a very liberal aeon
BA TTLE 4- BHOTIlEh
Falls Tar River, Jn 10, IS J7.
. . . fr:
r n 1 tih. subscriber has Te,"",: , mJi
JL Tarborough.ande'i.l)!ie.ll'i'" f.
w me uaieifcii roao neai , .
Knight, 011 Cokey, where he conti"ue
The making and repuiwh
All those who wish to supply the!L-
with Gins of the best qualii.V,
fully solicited to api'ly to e ". ; . ,-,r
persoiiHiiy, or uy irm-i. - pmso''
Gins will be promptly executed.
II . I I II'" 1
01 order writ eespai - eC:iirt
Persons wishing to have w0''1' V,
Will Fll64 pav their orders l
Of J. C. Ki!gll K?q
o a ,1 r rrv r. n. r a j
February 6th. 1S37.
AT THIS OFFICE-