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Tarborongh, Edgecombe County, N. C. Tuesday, November 7, 1826.
FoZ. Ill No. 11,
THE "FREE PRESS,"
Is published weekly, (every Tuesday,) at
7'J0 DOLLARS per year, (or 52 num
bers,) it P'd within one month after Suli
sC.ril)crs commence receiving their papers
Vlvo Dollars if Fifty Cents, if paid within
six months and Three Dollars at the expi
ration of the year. Subscribers at liberty to
discontinue at any time on paying arrears.
Advertisements not exceeding 16 lines will
he inserted at 50 cents the first insertion, and
2. cents cacli continuance.' Longer ones at
that rate for every 16 lines.
Letters addressed to the Editor must be
j-James Simmons, Esq. postmaster at
Halifax, isour general agent for that vicinity.
"IRISHES to inform his friends and
' the public generally, that he has
just returned from New-York, with his
f ill supply of newly imported GOODS,
iii his linp of business, such as
Superfine Cloths of the moat fashion
able colors, do. cassimeres do. a
handsome assortment of Vestings
also, a complete assortment of
All of which he is determined to sell
low for Cash, or on a credit to punctual
customers. He yet continues at his
late stand, nearly opposite the Court
house, where he will thankfully receive
all orders in his line of business, and
pledges himself to execute the same in
the most fashionable and neatest manner.
Tarboroujrh, Oct. 5, 1S2G. 7
KING & GAT LIN,
HSR to inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have re
cently entered into Co-partnership, and
taken for their stand, the house opposite
the shop of Doctors Hall & Sugg, next
door above the store of Henry Austin,
Esrj. and a few doors below the Post
Office where they will thankfully re
ceive all orders in their line of business,
and(having just received a general assort
ment of the best Trimmings that could be
procured in New-York) pledge them
selves to execute their work in the most
faithful, neat, and fashionable manner.
In doing this, they hope to merit a share
of public patronage.
Tarborcugh, Oct. IS, 1S26. J
)rs Duncij & Boykin,
AV1NG entered into Co-partnership,
beg leave to inform the citi
zens of Edgecombe," that they are prepa
red to enter into the practice of the va
rious branches of their professional du
ties, (viz.) Midwifery, Surgery, and
the Practice of Medicine. Orders left
at their residences or at their shop, will
be promptly attended.
They also inform the Public, that
they have furnished themselves with a
fresh and plentiful supply of Medicines.
and intend keeping on hand a like sup
ply, which they will sell at wholesale or
retail, upon as low terms as they can be
purchased in any part of the State.
Tarhoro', Sept. -1, 1826. 3
HE Subscribers have associated them-
selves together under the firm of
J. 71 SIMMONS $ CO.
And intend carrying on the mercantile
business at" Enfield for a number of
years. They hope to share a liberal
proportion of public patronage.
J. H. SIMMONS.
R. II. CROWELL.
ffcJJ. If. Simmons $ CM. expect dai
ly a general assortment of DRV GOODS,
part of which ate very cheap; Hals,
Straw, Leghorn and Silk Bonnets,
part of which areXery handsome;! Iard
ware, (Inns, Cattery, Shoes and Boots,
Groceries, Crockery, iyc. c,-c. Al ol
which beinjr bouirht in New-York for
Cash, and a part at Auction, they can
and will sell on the most moderate terms
for Cash, Country Produce, or on a cre
dit (to punctual customers) until the Jst
next January. J. II. Simmons & Co.
wish to buy a quantity of seed Cotton,
for which the highest cash price will be
jVe have also a few sets elegant
Plated Gig Harness, which will be
sold at the reduced price of 30.
Enfield, th Oct. fs26. 9-5
D Richards Co.
'PHE Public are informed that the
Subscribers have lately returned
from New-York, with a fresh supply of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
Which they are now opening at the
Store belonging to Mr. Parker, and di
rectly opposite Mr. Pender's Tavern,
all of which will be offered at their usu
al low pricesr At present may be found
among many others, the following ar
Irish POTATOES COFFEE, TEA,
Muscovado SUGAR Loaf do. :
N. E. HUM W. I. do. French BRANDY,
Holland GIN Count rv do. WHISKEY,
TOBACCO ALLSPICE PEPPER,
INDIGO SNUFF POWDER SHOT.
Superfine blue, black, mixed & olive Cloths;
Superfine Cassimeres; blue, mixed, green
and drab 1 Mains;
Sattinetts, Bombazetts and Bombazines;
White, red and yellow Flannels; rose and
Cotton and woolen Stockings; cotton and
Northern manufactured Negro Cloths;
Dark and light ground Calicoes c Chintzes;
Furniture Calico; cotton Cambricks,
Muslins; Jaconett do.
Muslin Robes; Book Muslin, plain c figured;
Irish Linens, Lawns; French Cambric;
Cotton Shirting; Domestic Cottons, white
Canton and Italian Crapes;
Green, pink' and white Florences;
Lavcntces; Sarsenctts; Sinchews;
Canton Crape aiul Silk Shawls; '
f .: : " i e it CI .1.,.
Thirty Dollars llexvard.
RANAWAY from the Sub
Cuscriber, on Sunday night, the
( y 12th of March last, a negro wo-
pa man, named POLLy, about 28
ckSyears old, nearly five feet high,
yellow complexion, spare made, has o
mild look a:d genteel apper.rance, (for
a negro,) when well dressed; she is an
expert hand at roguery, and is well cal
culated to deceive unless tightly and
closely examined. She was seduced a
way by a black free negro, Carter New
born by name, a shoemaker by trade;
vho is about 30 years of age, 5 feet G or
8 inches high, thick set, has a pleasant
countenance and very white teeth,
which he shews very much when speak
ing cr laughing: hVis strongly suspect
ed of being a runaway slave. In my
former advertisement, I stated that from
threats which the wench made prior to
her elopement, they would, chang
ing their names, and getting forged free
papers, endeavor to make their escape
to some free state: since that time, they
have been lurking about Halifax town,
in the vicinity of which, they probably
sre at this time. All persons are for
ewarned from harboring or carrying off
said negro under the penalty of the law.
The above reward, with all reasonable
charges, will be paid for securing said
woman in any jail, so that I get her
again, or for her delivery to me.
Lunsford IV. Scott.
Halifax co. N. C
August 15, t
THE Lot and Houses at Enfield, the
Bailey, will be rented or leased on Sat
urday, the 25th, November next . ;
S. JVHITAKER, Gr.
Oct. 24, 182G. 10-3
rp.HE MARYLAND STATE LOT-
TERY, No. S, will be drawn in the
City of Baltimore," on the 15 of No
vember next, where will be distributed
the Capital Prizes of $50,000, $30,000,
$20,000, $10,000, $6,000, $4,000, ten
of $1,000, ten of 5500, and fifty oY $100,
besides a great number of smaller ones.
Prizes in the greatest variety at
Tickets, - $10 I Quarters, $2 50
Halves', 5 Eighths, 1 25
Which may draw $6250. r
If I was to say that I sold all the high
Prizes in the Virginia State Lottery
perhaps it would not be believed; parti
cularly, after three or four other venders
of Tickets having advertised that they
sold them ALk. : Let them have the
credit my customers know what I have
done, and will long recollect with plea
sure the first class of the Virginia Stat
Lottery. Certainly every person that
ever purchased a Ticket in any Lottery,
will not let the present pass; as the pre
sent class of the Maryland State Lotte
ry is evidently the best that has ever
been offered to adventurers.
jOrders for Tickets in any of the
i Lotteries, thankfully received and punc-
Silk, muslin, linen c cotton Handkerchiefs:! tually attended to, bv '
. i . . i i i -v : x . I . . T : . J
Ts: SIMMONS, P. M.
New Hope Full Baces,
FOR IS26, :
ILL commence on Tuesday, the
14A November next, and continue
FOUR days V"
First Day A purse, $200, two mile
heats entrance $15.
Second Day Proprietor's purse,
$200, two mile heats entrance $15.
Third Day Jockey Club purse,
$400, three mile heats entrance. $20.
Fourth Day The Ladies1 Purse,
$200, two mile heats entrance $15.
MONEY UP on each day without
Tell collected at the gate as usual, and
New-Market rules to govern the course.
13y order of the.Club, r
E. B. FREEMAN, Sec'y.
Halifax, N. C. Oct., lo: 93
jThe Proprietor will have the
Track in srood order, and will furnish
stables and litter for Race Horses, as
usual, gratis. He pledges himself to
afford every accommodation in nis pow
er. to render the time of the sportsmen
and others who may call on him pleasant
and agreeable. ,
JVM. M. WEST, Proprietor.
Blank Warrants for sale.
r' AT THIS' OFFICE,
Furniture and narrow corded Dimity;
Russia Diaper and Diaper 'Fable Cloths;
Oil Cloths; Hcd Quilts and Bedticks;
Ladies Leghorn and Straw Bonnets;
Gentlemen's fine Hats; Children's leather
and roruin do. "
Ladies dress and walking Shoes;
Gentlemen's Boots, Bootees and Shoes; Ne
gro Shoes; '
Gentlemen's Plaid Cloaks and Plaids;
Carpeting; cotton Bagging; Osriaburgs;
Trunks; Cordage for packing Cotton;
Sewing Silk; Thread; cotton Ball; Pins;
Needles; Ribbons; thread Lace; '7
Hair Combs, large and small;
A large assortment of Coat & Vest Buttons;
Cotton Cards; writing Paper; Quills.
Also, 3000 bushels Turks Island Salt;
which will be sold in large cr small
quantities very low.
TCASn given for Naval Stores,
Cotton in the seed and baled Cotton,
Beeswax, &c. -
Those who are disposed to purchase.
will find it tq their interest to call at the
above described Store.
Tarborough, Oct. 1826. ? 10
Cabinet-making, c Turning, &c.
THE Subscriber having erected a
lptn vnrl:thon for the above
business in all its various branches, re
spectfully informs his friends and the
public in general, that he is now prepa
red to execute any wont in ms line inai
he may receive orders for, viz:
Sideboards, China . presses, secreta
ries, book-cases, bureaus, tables,
wash-stands, candle-stands, gentle-
men's' and ladies' vjardrobes, ladies'
and gentlemen's cabinets, cylinder
fall desks, portable and common do.
arid bedsteads of all descriptions.
The work in general will be well execu
ted, and of good materials. ' '
' '' ' ALSO, THE '
Will be carried on in all its branches,
viz: Wood, iron, brass, ivory, c.
Carpenters who may want turning done,
can be'accommodated. with the turning
of columns, newel posts,' ballesters,
drops, corner blocks, rosettes, &c.
The above work will be executed as
cheap as" the times will admit of, and in
as short time as it can be done.
Halifax, Sept. 1S26. ; 5
No. 98, corner of King & Shop streets,
Where can be had Fodder, Corn, Ba
con, Lime, Leather, & Lottery Tickets.
Halifax, 20th Oct. 1826. 10
4 , Springfield, Sept. 27tli
A Sketch. -We witnessed a
spectacle last week, which we can-
not reirain ironi presenting to our
readers. It may be the means of
exciting reflection, if no effect.
There came along the street, a
lean, dirty, haggard horse, with
scarce substance enough to make
a shadow. He was fastened by
twine and rags and leather, toan
old horse cart, tliat looked as if it
was blown together by the wind.
In the cart was a man, apparently
about 50 years old, ragged, lame
and blinop attended by his son a
bout 14. The son alisrhted -took
a stone quart jug from the cart,
and assisted his father to get out.
The father topk the son's arm, and
thus 5 they passed from store to
store enquiring lor rum! On the
sightless eyeballs of the premature
old man on his trembling limbs
on his tattered, garments on
his cart, and horse, and harness
and (worst of all) on the boy, the
son that led him, was written
rum! He was made blind by in
A duel was recently fought
in Florida between young Murat
and Col. Macomb of Tallahas
see, in which the former was
wounded but not severely.
A contented mind spreads ease
and cheerfulness around it.