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JJalc English School.
SCHOOL of this description will be
i- opened in Tarborough, on the second
Monday in this month, in the house be
joroing to Mr. Marks,
Opposite the Hank.
The session will close on the last of De
cember. The price of tuition, for the pre
sent session, will be from seven to eight
dollars: one half to be paid at the first of
November, the balance on the first of jJan'y.
A Teacher ',
APA15LE of teaching the English lan
guage, &e. who can come well recom
mended, is wanted at a house built for that
tniroose near Win. Williams, John King,
James Johnston, R. II. Duprce, S. S. Har
ris, and others,
In Pill county,
T'.vclvc miles above Greenville. Prospects
3 re rood for a country School, or we will
nuke them so.
July 27th, 1823.
The Jforthaiupton Academy.
WVING It-arneil that it isieported in
the lower counties that I
ajunJ'M) the charge ol the
J take this nit'ihud ol miornnog my
friends, patrons, and the public generally,
t!i3t the rumor, fiom whatever source pro.
tvrdmg, i fdse and unfounded. The Ex
c:c.eol the Institution were resumed, as
nmy be seen from the handbills of the
On Monday, the IGth inst.
Under 'he uianag. meiil ol the same teach
ets that have heretofore discharged ihe
duties of both departments. As this re
port may have a tendency to detain some
who, otherwise, would have r ached the
Academy belore this time, notice is here
by given, thai charge is made only from
ihe period of admission to the termina
tion of the session.
ROBERT A. EZELL
J.ieion, N. C Jt.lv 20'h,
ILAMB & MIlLiL
HP HE Subscribei
purposing to remove
.uum-wesi, otlersfor sale the
TRACT OF LAND
Unnhr, , e,reSid-?lin Edgenbe conn
,n'T 7lle m',les no-"'-east from Tar
borough and three from Lawrence's meet
ng house, containing between
5 and 600 Acres,
Newly one-half of which i, cleared land
well adapted to the rnli,r ((-... r.
smatt grain, &c. Part of tho
woods, and part Dcen Creole ln, .rm.L.1.
some of which are in cultivation and the
balance easily reclaimed. On the premises
are a comfortable
Academy, N. C-
pilE Tiuslrees of this Institution take
great pleasure in announcing to the
friends of education throughout the Stale,
that they have engaged the valuable servi
tllr. J. ill. Jjovcjoy
to take charge of this Acahmy. The
Trustees have received very flattering les
1 1 :rj o n i a J s (both as regards his qualifies
'tons as a teacher and his habits as a gen
tleman,) from several gentlemen of Green
ville. N. C. where, in consequence of ihe
cUiiics? of the climate, Mr. Lov joy
his been compelled to abandon a wry
urihine- school, numbering about sev
enty boys; which, in addition to letters
received from Greenville, arc an evidence
of the hijrli estimation in which this gen
tinnin was held as an instructor. Mr.
Lovejoy is a graduate, is said to he a firsi
rate mathematician and linguist, and (what
t5 of grc.it impoitance) is said to possess
tne rare faculty of imparling knowledge
with very great facility. The course ot
instruction in the Piltsboro' Academy
Hill embrace all the lower and higher
bnnches of education, including Latin,
Greek and French. It is designed to
ri'alie this, as it is believed it will Income.
a fu M rate Preparatory School for such as
arcdesirous of entering either of the class
so! the University. The first session of
ihe school will commence on the 4th Muti
ny f ImIv inst. Bonrd can be had in re
fp'-ctabh. fimilies at SlO per month. Tui
tion at the ordinary rates.
It is unnecessary to speak of the great
advantages Pittsborotigh tffersin point of
health and society, as it is believed they
arc superior to those of anv town in North
M Q. TVADDELL, Sec. to Trustees.
July 11, 1833.
JIIF- Subscriber informs the public and
her friends that her Establishment at
as opened for the reception and accom
modation of visitors,
On the first day of June,. inst.
he deems it almost unnecessary to say
ary thing as regards the healthful ness ol
t'TG Watcr3 of thp Snrmcr. oc ihoir houo
een so frequently the means of restoring
i.i . n
jJ ueaun many ot the most valuable mem
rs of society, and their medical proper
I'M have been so frequently tested by
gentlemen and Physicians of first rate tai
nts in the country.
The Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road runs
jlhm ten miles of the Springs, and the
-ars will piss daily by the founh of July
next; and, for the accommodation of visit
J'rs the Subscriber will regularly run a
'"ck from the Depot at Twitty's to thr
Vins. jjtftf JOHNSON.
Warren cc, N. C. June 3, 1633.
And necessary out houses, and an excellent
Orchard of well selected apple trees. The
1 latitat ion is well watered, and is as healthy
a location as any in this section of country.
Lllsoy a valuable Grist MILL.
On Fishing Creek, to which there are about
three acres of uround attnrhod it Mm
runs three pair of stones, has bolting cloths,
&C all in rrnnil nnlpr :
rn Tii uuw in operanon.
lhc Plantation and Mill will
reasonable and accommodatin' terms. For
iurther particulars apply to the Subscriber
u uiu premises.
July 20, 1S38.
HE subscriber, as Administrator on
he estatr of
Thomas Dickenson, dccUl,
Hereby notifies all ihe heirs oi said Dick
tnson to come for ward or m.-ilfp Itumvn
their title to deceased's esiate. It is eon.
jeclured that IVilliam Dickenson, broth
er ol the deceased, who removed to South
larulina several years since, is now living
or has It ft heirs who are entitled to nail
of said estate. The will of the deceased
was made void, and all the heirs come in
according to law. The estate is now rea
dy for settlement, and if application is not
made, to the subscriber in Edgecombe
county, North Carolina, within the time
limited by law, 1 will feel myself authori
sed to settle with the heirs tint are known.
MOSES BAKER, Adm'r.
July H, 183S.
nilHE undersigned will give the above
reward ol Filly Dollar for the op
prehension and confinement in the jail at
Louisbuig, N. C. f f
1'lcasant Burnett. Sen-r.
who was louud guiliy of the murder of
Pleasant Uuknett, JunV. by a Coio
ik r's'Inqucst held over the body of ihe
il ceased, in February, IS37, since which
time he lias not been heard ol, so aito be
reached by a process of law.
Pleasant IJurnett, Sen'r is about
filty two oi fifty three years old : suppos
ed to be six leet high : with a down look
when spoken to : large eyebrows, meeting
in the middle and ex'ending a little on the
nose: with small blue eyes: round face :
and an excellent set ol teeth: tolerably
dark curly hair: anil weaisa tiuss.
He is supposed to be lurking in this
County or Nash, or in reach of his wife's
father, (Robert Melton,) who lives in
iNash, at which place, I have been credi
tably informed, he has btcu seen several
times since the minder.
In addition lo the above, reward of fifly
dollar", 1 will piy all reasonable charges
lor his apprehension and confinement in
Franklin iiil, or anv other in! in this
State, so that he can be brought to justice.
Lnuishurg, Fi;.i.lilin Co. June 25, IS3S.
Jesse W. Taylor,
RESPECTFULLY informs the citi
zens of Edgecombe and the adjoining
counties, that he has commenced the
, IN TARBOROUGH,
Next door to Ihe Store nf Messrs. II.
He hopes by a diligent attention to his
business, and a faithful and prompt execu
tion of ihe work entrusted to him. to mnrii
and receive a share of public patronage.
For bale, ut this Office,
On Hanking, Education, &c
Delivered at the Queen Street Theatre, in
the city of Charleston, S. C.
July 4ih, 1837.
an Oration on
The Freedom of the 1'res;
To which is appended the doings of a Pub
lie Meeting held in Charleston,
July 2Slb, 1S37.
By Thcophilus JFisk.
SJTRAYED from Josiah Darren's, in
this county, about the 20th May lat,
.1 small bay Jinny JIUIjJE,
Belonging lo the Subscriber, with shoes
on her fore feet, (whet In r her hind feet
were shod is not now recollected,) about
three years old. I purchased said Mule
from a horse diover, so it is veiy uncer
tain which way she may have gone; but
when lasi heard from, she was in the
county of Edgecombe. I suppose she has
been taken up by some one belore this,
and il so, any information respecting her
will be thankfully received, and the per
on amply compensi'ed for his trouble.
WILLIAM I) MOVE.
flrponviHp. Pi' piup Iv, June 4il, I83S
Flour for Sale.
riflHE Subscriber has received on con
signment, and offers for sale,
21 barrels Flour,
npHE Subscribers are now receiving
their supply of
Which we are determined to sell as cheap
as the cheapest.
J. 4- J. LAIVRENCE.
Tarboro', 18 April, 1S38.
Mrs. A. C. Howard,
JNFOUMS her customers and the pub
lic, that she is now onenin-
Her Sirring Supply of
Comprising a handsome Assortment of ar
ticles in the Millinery Line, viz:
Pattern Bonnets, of the latest and most approved
Cottage Bonnets, a superior article,
English Straws, Leghorn braids, Grecians, mix
ed Straws, Sec.
Drawn Bonnets, various colors and patterns,
Plain and figured Silks and Satins, for dresses,
Green India Silk, Black Mode,
Florences, Crapes, Thread Edgings,
Blond Edgings and Footings, Insertings,
Grecianett and Bobbinett, Handkerchiefs,
Caps, Capes and Collars, head Ornaments,
A splendid assortment of Kibbons, Flowers, &Ci
These Goods;were ail selected by her
self, and are of the most fashionable and
best quality. Thev will be sold at a vprv
small advance for Cash, or on the usual
credit to punctual customers.
I at borough. May 5, 1S3S.
Which has been lately ground, and is from
the best mills in the State.
JAS. M. REDMOND.
Tarboro', April 15, 1838.
CUT AIJI IZOJE
THE Subscriber has rcceired on con
signmenl, a lanr -uPPly of
Cctc and Roc Herrings,
Which he will sell low for Cash.
Tarboro', 4th May, 183S.
JY. Carolina Journal.
1TN assuming the Editorial department
of the North Carolina Journal, we pro
pose to make it a vehicle of general and
useful information, giving the earliest in
formation of the pusmg events of the day.
The Politics of the Journal will be Ihe
same as heretofore. VVfwill advocate the
course of the present National Adminis
tration, as long as they oppose the char
p tl I .1 XT'. 1 - .
tering ol any oanu oi me umieu Mates:
and are in favor of an Independent Trea
Miry; and support the leading principles
of the Kepu'dican family.
Our Politics are of the Jtfiersonian D
mocrattc principles, in contradistinction to
the iNu Parly measures ol the Whigs,
Hankitts, Clayites, and Conservatives, of
the present day, who seek to shelter them
selves under the mask of "No Party
Men." Our parly is known, and there
fore we will advocate our cause with truth
and justice, and at the same time, treat our
political opponents with that respect
which ought to he observed among men.
We intend to improve the general ap
pearance of the Journal in its typography
cal execution, and print it on as good pa
per as Ihe market all Jids.
We further propose to reduce the price
ol the Journal, in order to give our friends
a chance of being liberal in subscribing;
and assisting us in promoting the good
cause of Democracy
The Journal will be published in future, at two
dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid in ad
vance, three dollars if paid at the end of six
months, and three dollars and fifty cents at the
end of the year.
Fayetleville, June 23.
(Persons having lists of subscribers, will
please send them to the office as soon as possible,
as we wish to furnish them with thefiVsi numbers
of the Paper.
Liemay's and Gales's
NOR TH CAL OLINA
For sale at this Office at the Raleigh
prices, viz : 10 cents each, 75 cents a
dozen, 34 dollars for half a grcce, $G a
Tarboro', Feb. 20,
f CUKE FOR
It the cheap Cash Store.
npHE Subscribei, in announcing to his
customers and the public generally,
the arrival of his Snrinir nurchases. takes
pleasure in assuring them that his present
v-mock comprises me
Most splendid and Cheapest
Ever exhibited in Tarborough
And respectfully solicits a call from those
whoe object is to buy.
IVcw and Fashionable Goods,
At extremely Loiv Prices.
Having made his purchases nrincinallv
at the Auction Sales for Cash, he leeU
confident in saying he can not only exhib
it an immense variety ol JSew and Fash
ionablc G';ods. but is enabled and will
-ell them at such prices as cannot fail to
-atisly the greatest economist, and prove
a partial (if not an entire) remedy for the
(J The subjoined are, a few of the
leading articles :
jfdiTh pieces printed Muslins, small and laro-e
liPHJr patterns, from 20 to 75 cents per yard,"
Printed Lawns and French Prints,
A beautiful assortment of black and colored Silks,
PCya,d,a,i':0eS frm 61 35
Ginghams, 15 to 25 cents,
New style silk Scarfs, Cravats, and Handker
chiefs, Muslin and Lace worked Collars,
English thread Laces, Edgings, and Insertings,
Parasols and Umbrellas,
Irish Linens, Long Lawns, and Diaper3,
Ladies Corsetts, from $1 to $ C,
Bonnet and Cap Uibbons,
Ladies and Misses' Bonnets,
Expedition to thcJYorth!
rjpRAVELLEPvS are informed that the
Ji- Rail Road between Petersburg and
Richmond i finished, completing the
Main Mail Line of Hail Roads
North Carolina and the North.
The different Companies on the route now
start a Line from Halifax on the days the
Wilmington Rail Road Co.'s Stages
Reach there, which enables Passengers to
reach New York Twelve hours in ad'
vance of any other Line.
THE FOLLOWING IS THE
Schedule of this Line.
Leave Halifax 5 to 53 V. M. reach Pe
tersburg l A. JV1.
Leave Petersburg lj A. M. reach Rich
mond 3$ A. M.
Leave Richmond 4 A. M. reach Wash
ington City 3 P. M.
Leave Washington 4 P. M. reach Bal
timore 6 P. M.
Leave Baltimore 7 P. M. reach Phila
delphia 4 A. M.
Leave Philadelphia 6 A. M. reach New
York 2 P. M.
Only one night's rest is lost on this
route: the second night Passengers sleep
on board the
Superfine broad cloths, various colors, cheap,
Cassimeres, plain and ribbed,
A variety of styles of Goods, for Gentlemen's
Men's long and short nap
Beaver ft ml Silk Hats,
Of every variety of shape, quality ud color, from
$1 to $6 each,
30 dozen palm leaf Hat3, froi lOcentseach,
KLlfhlflllOV yards bleshed and brown Shi rt
gDllPtPtP ingsaad Sheetings, from 6icts.
Ladies English kiH French, morocco, and pru
nella Slippers. I the very best quality and most
Women's morocco, prunella, and leather Shoes,
Misse an(l children's Shoes,
jien's and Boys' Shoes & Boots,
In great variety, very cheap,
Vithevery oihtr aitule in the Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods Line.
ALSO, a very large and general As
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
China, Glass S' Crockery tcarc
All of which he now offers at very low
prices for Cash, or on a short credit to
JAMBS tVEDDELL. I
Tarboro, April 27; 133S,
From Petersburg this is the Main Mail
Line, and the different Companies are
bound in heavy penalties to run through
in the schedulo time.
Travellers when they reach Halifax
will please apply to the Petersburg Rail
Road Co.'s Agent,
Mr. B. F. Halsey,
Who will aff.ird them ever facility.
Besides the above Fast Line there are
other independent Daily Lines running on
the respective Rail Roads, so that in no
case can Passengers be delayed more than
half a day. On the Petersburg Rail R..ad
Irom five to six engines are running daily,
and Passengers at almost any hour have
a chance to reach Petersburg.
In case any Passengers wish to remain
at tlalitax all Mjht, an ISngint of the Pe
tersburg Rail R.ad Co will be found next
morning at Gary's Df pot.
Petersburg Rail Road Office. I
May 16, 18:i8 J
npiIK Copartnership heretofore existing
undr the firm of
Home A Bering,
Is dissolved by mutua! consent.
JOHN R. BERING.
Slantonshurs, N. C. July 1 1th. IS3S.
List of Letters,
Remaining in the Pest Office at Tarbo
rough) the 1st of July, 1838, which
if not taken -out before the 1st of
Oct. next, will be sent to the Gene
ral Post Office as dead letters.
Anderson Jesse Johnson Aa.ron
ews Wallis Johnston Henry
Adams Henry Knight D & Co 7
Atkinson Wiley Knight Willis
Lloyd John W ,
Lloyd Joseph R
Lynch K A K A Miss
Little Ann Miss
Arquer Lewis D
Battle Joseph S
Blocker John C S
Bradley E Mrs
Battle Marmaduke Mabrey Wilkinson
isuntin uichard Mayo Reuben
Cotlen Laura R Mrs Morgan John Rev
Cotten John W 8 Manning M E
Cot ten M A Miss
Gardner Martin 2
Griffin Zachariah 2
Green Enos .
Harper Stephen 3
Hunter Charles G
Hatton A Mrs
Proctor Samuel D
Randolph John S
Runtree N H
Skinner Sarah L
Tur ner Fielding P
Weathershy Wm T
Williams John junr
Wilk. rson M Mrs
Williams W Mr
Wills Wm a
JJS. M. REDMOND t P. M.
84 Si 6 7S.
Constables' lllanks for sale,
AT TIlIS OFFICE.