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Jlclcertisemen t .
flflUR impossibility of carrying on the
Watchman as it ought to be con
dueled, while absent on collecting expdi
lions, and the impossibility of longer do
incr withnnt iIip Inrp-p amount doe me for
6 years of labor, have determined me to
sell the Establishment at the enrt 01 me
present year. The Subscription List is
Mont Eihl Hundred,
And on the increase, and the Job Printing
N and Advertising good lor at hast
5 00 a year.
A gentleman of talents and a sound Whig,
shall have the Paper on the most liberal
term?. I would not willingly let it go in
to any other service. A early applioa
tion is requested. C. JO YES
Editor and Proprietor
-Salisbury, June 23, 1S38.
Mate of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
MAY TERM, iSJS.
George W. Killebrew)
lit nry W. Garrett, ) ment
ls.3ac riuifl et ummoned as garnishee, and
also k'vu (I on one Tract of Land ad
joining the lands if Ismc Nnifl el ami
other-, containing by estimation 380 a
CP'S more or less.
V appearing to the atifclinn rf th
1 Vuirt, that Henky V. l aruett. ti.t
de!t ' lant in tins mjii, is noi a r nlrt. if
this Stile: It is therefore mdeit-d, 1 1 :
publication be made lor six we k mi
ceively in the Tarborough Pres nU
ing -;iiil d-f ndani that utl he appear
the i; x t i m ot his Pour, to be held -the
furlh Monday in August m xt, a th
Court Hnue in T.irbornugh, and anwn
plead, or drmur, judgment pio cnlsi
Will be entered "-mi! him
VViicit-, Iosepii Bell. Cierk of sail.
C 'iirt, at ifiice, Ihe kin h Monday i,
Ma, li3S JOS. BELL, C. C
Pn adv i5 00.
N.WAY from the Subscriber, o.
the 14th November, 1836, negro mai
Aged about 26 years 5 lee 6 or 7 inche
in height, weighing about 150 pounds, yel
low complexion, with a pleasant look no
scars ormarks known of. Said negro for
merly belonged to Moses Tison, in Pili
county where he tvas raised. The above
reward will be paid for his apprehension
and delivery to me in Greene county, 9
mih's from Stantonsburg on the Raleigh
road, or lodged in any jail so that I get him
again. All persons are forewarned against
harboring, employing, or carrying off said
negro, under penalty of the law.
BENJ. C. D EslSON.
Nov 29. 1837. 48
Slate of North Carolina,
Superior Court of Equity,
MARCH TERM, 183S.
John Joiner )
vs. C Original Bill.
Kinchen May and others, )
JTT appearing to the satisfaction of said
M Court, that ihe said Kmchen May i
not an inhabitant of this S'ate: It is there
fore ordered, that publication be made for
six weeks in the Tarboro' Press, notify
ing him to appear at the next term of said
C urt, to be held for said county, at the
C urt H ouse in Tarborough, on the second
Monday in Se ptember next, and then and
theie to answer, plead or demur, other
wise iudgment pro confesso will be taken
and the case set for hearing ex parte as to
I. NO U FLEET, C. M. E.
Price adv S4 50.
Books and Pamphlets.
IpOR SALE, A cor.cise History of th
"JL Kehukee Association, by Elder Jos
Biggs Also, the Patriotic Discourse
of the Catholic traD. and No th r iu.
Baptist churches have a right to be called
Lhmtian churches: by Joshua Lawrence
Als s Occurrences in Ihe Life of Eldi
Joseph Biff8, wrote bv himself.
, J1PPEYJ1T THIS OFFICE
1 ggp i
MEltCIIANT TAILOR, .
MESPEO TFULLY informs his friend
oiiu iiic ;uuilt Judicially, llldl IIC lid'
Spring: and Summer
Consisting of Cloths Green and black
S'riped thread Drills for pantaloons,
Plain black and figured Wslings,
do black and figured Velvets,
Plain and figured Valencia?,
do do Marseilles,
Plain black and fancy Stocks.
llso, on liantl,
Superfine blue and black Cloths,
I vi-ible green and brown do.
Striped and corded Cassi meres of various
Joso'iis, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, &c.
All of which h" will sell low fur Cash,
or on a short credit to punctual customers.
ie trusts hy due attention to business.
and his long experience therein, to giv
tue satislaclion to those who may favor
no with their orders.
He alo will keep constantly on hand
in assort ment of
Heady made Clothing,
Of the best quality, manufactured by him
II. All woik despatched at the shortest
IVboro, A pri I 13h, IS38
E(S leave 'o minim Ins customers
and the public g uerallv, thai he ha
JUtl received from N w Y rk.
J splendid Assortment of
Suitable fr Gen'tewei's wear,
S ipetfine Cloths nd t'.isimrre$, of all the
most fashionable ce! is,
ummer Drills and Gambrows, for panta
splendid assortment of Vestings, Sfnrks,
Liosoms & Collars, Suspenders, Gloves.
JJnd he has a fno
First rate Beaver Ilafs,
Of the latest fashion, very cheap and
will be sold low lor Cash, or on . a short
credit to punctual customers.
Tarbnro, April 13ib 183S.
npiIE subscriber has removed from Tar
borough, and established himself on
the Raleigh road, near the store of J. C.
Knight, on Cokey, where he continues
The making and repairing
All those who wish to sonolv themselves
wiih G ins of the best oualitx . are resnppf.
lully solicited to apply to the Subscriber
personally, or by letter. All orders lor
Gins will be promptly executed. Gins
jut ot order will be expeditiously repaired.
Persons wishing to h tve work executed.
will please leave their orders at the storn nf
J. C. Knight, Eq.
SAMUEL D. PROCTER.
House, Landscape & Ornamental
qpHE 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 the like painted,
will bring them to the coach shop of Mr.'
He will leave town and go into the
country, when house painting is required.
All orders in his line of business will b
hankfully received and faithfully executed
n reasonable terms.
rp . , LEWIS BE J2RQUER.
Tarboro', Feb. 2G.
Halifax Bepot, December 5th, 1S37.
rip HE Engine with Train ol Coaches
and Cars will leave the Depot daily
at 6 A. M. via Weldon and the Portsmouth
and Roanoke Rail Road, and arrive at
Portsmouth in time for passengers to take
Fur Baltimore and Washington City
The Train leaves Portsmouth daily at
9 A. M. and arrives at Halifax in time for
passengers to take the
Express Line of Stages,
For Wilmington and STEAM 130 AT Line
for Charleston All produce or freight
received at the Depot will be forwarded
without detention, and all freight received
by the Rail Road will not be allowed to
remain in the Warehouse longer than 24
Rates of Freight between Halifax and
Poitsmouth on Cotton 33 cents, and Gro
eeries and Dry Good 36 cents per 100
pounds. Passengers, $5.
nnflE Subscriber respectfully informs
the pibli that he still continues to
manufacture and repair
Cotton Gins, Corn Fans, and
AT HAMILTON- MAKTIN COUNTY.
II aUo is gent for the disposal of
llnrman s Patent Threshing Machine,
in mi M-ciion ol the Stale, and will
promptlv furnish those who may de-ire
one ol them. Tin y ;tre . vjry us.-ful an-l
durable article, as will be seen hy ihe sub
Jan. 2, IS3S.
Talent Threshing Midline.
The Subscribers nave purchased Ihe
Patent right ol this late and useful inwi,
lion, for the counties of Franklin, W.tr
ren, Nah, Edgecombe, Johnston, Wayne,
Rertic. Pitt, Greene, Heiiloid, Chowat.,
'ates, Petqoimans, Paqtiotank, Camden.
Currituck, Martin, L-uoir, Hyde, Tyi
rell, D'tiilin, Craven, Beaufort. New Han
over, Brunswick, ami Sampson, m thi-
Mate, and can with confidence recom
mend them to the tanners, as being one ol
the host, cheapest, and most durable ma
chines ever before offered to the public.
The breast being supported by spring,
prevents it fr om chokinpf up when an over
portion of food is introduced; (a great im
provement upon this kind of machine.)
We warrant this Thresher to perform ex
peditiously, and Ihe grain threshed per
fectly clean. One hoie can thresh from
125 to 150 bush els of wheat, rye, oats and
nee, ;md from 150 to 200 bushels ol p".is
P'-r flay. This machine has been fully
tried in this State, and its utility proven
as will appear by reference to the subjoin
ed emiheatc. Thomas Howcrlon
N. R. We have on hand several ma
chines just finished off and for sale, and in.
tend keeping on hand a constant supply:
no miuuiq ii oe desired, we will sell the
right for any of the above counties nt n
The undersigned citizens of Uurke coun
ty hereby certify, that they have seen the
Patented by Enoch A. Harman, in opera
tion on the farm of Isaac T. Averv. The
machine threshes four hundred sheaves in
an hour, and the thresh
and performed better than by any ma
u,,,,t! we "ave seen in use; and we have
no hesitation in recommedding it to pub
lic patronage. (Signed,)
Isaac T Avery,
IV. W. Erwin
n i t Jw. Rutherford, Jr
Burke ct,nty,N. C. Jue 27lli,1633.
AN excellent new Corn Shollcr, made
xm-by Mr. John VVilson, of Hamilton,
can be had on reasonable and accommoda
ting terms, on application
JIT THIS OFFICE.
Celcbraicil " Vegetable IPills."
"1 BECAUSE they are exceedingly
popular, which proves them to be ex
ce dingly good.
2. Because thev are composed of sim
pies which have the power to d good
,111 IIIIIIll'USU liUIII'JCI Ul UH5j IYIIIIUUI
sessing Ihe means to do injury in any.
3. Because thev are not a auack medi
cine, but the scientific compound of a rec
ular physician, who has made his proles
ion Die stuuv ol ins Ii e.
4 B-cause thev are not unnlcasant
are nmsl efl. cnve to operate.
-landard medicine by the regular faculty,
itui al stale of. action, thev cure almost
ev-ry disease which is incidental to the
7. Bt cause they are cheap and portable,
ind will retai ll then virtues in full vi
'01 in anv clima e. and lor anv lenirih
: ' 0
8 B cause, notwithstanding their sim-
pliciiv and mildness, thev are one ot the
peediest purgative medicines which has
yel heen discovered.
9 B-caue they are an unfailing reme
dy lor procuring a good appetite.
10 necauM; in cjsCs of snletn or ds
pondeocy, by their healthy influence on
ihe exc.ud stale of the body, 1 hey have a
mt.si happy effect in calming, and invigo
rating the mind.
1 1. Because they clTect their cures with
0111 ihe usual aliendauts of other pills, sick
to'Ss and gi ipmgs.
a neeause as well as oeinir an unri
v dled purifi'T of the general system, thev
are a -oveieign remedy for sick head ache.
13. Because they differ from Ihe mai r
ity of medicines, in the fact that the more
tney are Known the more they arc appro
14. Because as their application creates
no de'ulity in ihe system, thev mav beta
ken without producing any hindrance to
nusincss or the Urual puiuils of every day
15. Because when once introduced into
lanuly, or a villain, they almost imme
Ihtelv lake the precedence of all other
ineuicines in general complaints.
16. B. cause a number of the wonderful
cures they have effected, can be subslaiiti
ied wiihout any undue means being re
orted io, to procure invalid testimonies.
17. cause their composition is surh.
' hat thev urP t nonllv nnnlinMu inihA.. 1
diseases of warm, cold, or temperate eli
is because two, or three, are in
ral sufficient foi a dose so that, as is the
case with the generality of patent medi
eiues the paiieni is not compelled to
mane a meal ol Ihem-
19. Because each individual pill is put
op under the immediate superintendence
of the proprietor, so lhat no mistake in
the composition, or quantity can possibly
occur through the carelessness ol a less in-
20 Because they purify the frame with- 7TT appearing to the satisfaction of th
. deb, Hating the system. 11 Court, that Jared Yarrell, James Brit
l. liecause, notwiihslandino-thpjr tain nml i;r iv:n: tvt-.Ii j...;r.
mene popularity, no person has evpr vPn.
lured to .a.se against them the breath ol
censure, which would not have been the
case, it envy could have disenvprp,!
tbem a single flaw to cavil, at.
22. LJecause (and this fact is nf tbp m.
most importance-) Iad.es in a certain sit-
uaiion may take them, fnnl
- . x -.w.. ...u.. ,,vw
or three al a time however!; without in
of abortion. Were the virhiPs nf
-".....wl lumniiijr ine nazaru
Telers' inestimable Tills
Confined lo this desirable end
would give them a decided advantage over
me medicines ot all competitors, as in no
us s mere more danger to be appre
bended, or for which so few remedies liave rh.rl rv , IN EQUITY
been discovered, as the one referred to harJes Mizell and others,.
O r t- I I . J Tl.l'l.nt)
Ure wn.ietney are so efficient
their operations wiih orL.ii., .u..
m their operations with adults, they may
at Ihe same time be administered to chil-
iren, anu even to infants, in small quanti
hps, half a pill for instance, without the
24. Hpp-mcn l : .. .i .
-w.., uicii vmues are acknow-
eogeu to stand pre-eminent, for their soo
iv oiuiiu pre-eminent, lor their soo-
liing influence unon voimn- liri;oc .k;i
. - 'rom the usual chantres of lifp. ae
oca b? ,lhe ,aws of Nature.
25. AntI l.ill i .
.iecause lnpv . tiAi, auu answer, uemur, or pit"" i
nowledc'd to be an aim,... aCii th is hill, or i,,rUo. ' ' .III be
.(i r. in r ioiauioie rem
Jy lor liihous Fever, Fever and AffUe
n)'spcp,,a Liver Complaints, Jaundice!
Asthma, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Enlarge
"lent of the bplccn, Lowness of Spirits,
Pilps. Cnlir I lp.irlKm.rt nt.
- w.i,,,, iauea lv
sion of the Stomach and RovveV vl
lence, Habitual Cost iveness, Loss of
tite, Blotched, or Sallow Con,piexj 'l
in cases of torpor of the bowels "a"
mild but effective medicine inav hV '
site. 3 De
In short, the general voice of i)e
munily has decided that 0n;;
Ir. Peters' Vegetable Viiu
Is one of the happiest discuveripe 5
ern days, and altogether nnrivalci
general soother of bodily affliction hi
QJBc careful and enquire f0r h
i . u.--ilf tJ
in HP HE Subscriber rcspi 'otful!.. :.r
the public, that he still conii,!. !
carry on the 19
Gin making Business,
At his former siand.
In Greenville, Pill county, N ft
to VVhioi thnsp wiliinr t-.
rt vuis can V-
cast sieel sawsnt the shortest r.oticp
. ..ww .... .... wiho uui ui efuCT rail
best send them in at as early a day as
easp nniil ihpv ivi in . .1 ' '
sometimes impossible to 'furnish ' il !
I I, : 1 '"
- l ALLtN I IbUN.
o r In rnnnpplifin tvitli il-.Ia t
... - t -sitfuuMimenijCou
unties 10 carry on the
Lock and Gunsmith business
The making of Saw Milt Boxes, M;u
inns ami uuageons, and Mill Spindh
will, Steel Collars, (turned,) equal to anv
in the United Slates.
All orders in his line of business wiiit..
,na,,k,ul,,y rece,vcd an' faithfully
PromP,,y executed on reasonable trims,
thankfully received, and faithfully and
January 30, 1S3S.
Hp HE subscribers, thankful for the lite
ral patronage thev have heretofore
received, would respectfully inform their
isiomers and the public, that they havi
REDUCED THEIR PRICES.
And are now prepared to supply all orders
wnicn may be sent them, with
Yams of the best Qiialihj,
nd upon terms as favorable as can beob
tained elsewhere. Their time of credit 83
heretofore, with the usual discount for cash.
They would also inform those indebted
to the.Ti, that the interest of Parker's lease
in the Factory terminates with the end of
the present year, and therefore thev are re
quested to make payment by the 1st Janu-
- T 7. n.ex ,..ilher Wllh cash or good cotton,
wnicn will be preferred, and for which lb
I h In-line I nl.. ; -It 1 II 1
0 nn l,,lcettl" oe anowea
BATTLE & BROTHERS.
Nov. 29, 1837.
Stale of North Carolina,
Joseph Roddick and wife,
and others, Peiithntv
vs. ( sell Lands.
Jared Yarrell et als.
nnd Slmnn n vvu:i 1 -r- nt
residents of this State: It is ordered, thai
publication be made in the "TarLoro'
Prpcc r u r i.
ing them to appear at the next term of this
Court, fn h uLia j. ; Au-
gust next, and demur, plead to, or answer
j juutrineoi pro coniessu ".4 "
taken against them, and the sameheardo:-
C. B. IIJISKP.LT. fl. M. E
Williamston, 13 April, 1S3S.
Price adv o-
State of North Carolina,
VilH,mAii- , Vnrh
William Atkinson and wife. C sell Lana
TT appearing to the satisfaction of tjc
Court Vio VV:iK A.i- rltvife.
T Court that William Atkinson and wife,
John Mizell and Hardy Mizell, are no
residents of this StatP T nrdpred. tn
, uu De maue in the 'jaruu
Press" for the snace or slv wnpfcs. notify-
publication be made in the "Tarboro
'"S lhe.m to appear at the next term of this
Court t0 be lield the last Monday in A
I iriict l . i A in
. i j ju uumc?
aken aSainst them, anl the sanie heard ac-
C- &J1SSELL, C.M&
VWianjslon, 13 April, 1838.
rncQ adv. i