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customers u u (uuiiu generally, inai lie
lias just returned from New York, where he
Purchased a splendid assortment, of
in ms.UNtf of business, viz:
Superfine Cloths, of all the most Fashionable colors,
Superfine blue, black, and fancy striped Cassimeres,
Fine black Bombazeens, for thin coats & pantaloons,
Black and fancy Cambleis, for summer wear,
Brown and white Drills, white Linen,
Plain black and fancy Silks, for vestings,
Plain white and fancy Marseilles,
Plain and fancy Valencia vestings,
Plain and fancy stocks, linen bosoms and collars,
India rubber suspenders, silk do.
White and black cravats, gloves, silk handk'fs, &c.
Those goods wre bought at reduced prices,
and will be sold low for cash, or on a short credit
to punctual customers. Gentlemen wishing to
purchase are particularly invited to call and exa
mine for themselves, a he is confident that he
can please such. All orders from a distance vvjll
be thankfully received and punctually attended
to. Persons furnishing their own cloths, can
have them made and trimmed in the most fash
ionable manner and at the shortest notice.
Tarborough, April 10, 1S33.
Jflrs. Jl. C. Howard,
HAS just, received direct from New York, her
FALL SUPPLY of Goods in her line of
business, consisting principally of
Pattern Bonnets, latest fashions,
Leghorn, Dunstable and Navarino bonnets,
Worsted, Gauze and Adelaide handkerchiefs,
Blond gauzes, quilling and edging,
Head dresses and ornaments Puffs and Curls,
Carved tuck combs, turn back and side do.
A great variety of flowers, -ribbons, &c.
Mrs. H. continues to carry on the Millinery
and Mantua making business as usual. Orders
from a distance punctually attended to.
Tarborough, Dec. 1, 1832.
E. P. NASH C0.
And Blank Book Manufacturers,
May 1, 1S32. 33
Land for Sale.
rpHE Subscriber offers for sale on ihe most li-
beral terms, that well known and desirable
place where his father James Garrelt lived, 3
miles west of Tarborough, on Ihe main stage
road leading from that place to Fayetteville
Containingaboui 300 Jcrcs,
Nearly all of which is well adapted to the cul
ture of Corn and Cotton, and upon which, in a
pleasant and healthy spot, are nearly all the buil
dings requisite to the comfort and convenience
of a family. .The premises may be viewed by
applying to H. W. Garrett, who will make
known the terms, &c.
March 2d, 1S33. 21
milE Subscribers are now receiving, in addi
A lion to their former stock, the following arti
cles, which they offer on good terms
for Cash or Produce.
6 hhds St. Croix SUGAR 10 casks CHEESE,
50 sacks Liverpool SALT 10 hhds RUM,
20 barrels WHISKEY 40 bags COFFEE,
50 pieces BAGGING 10 tons IRON, assorted,
20 kegs NAILS 50 coils bale ROPE,
1000 bushels alum SALT 1000 do. ground do.
The above articles were purchased in "New
York and Boston, and are now offered at a smaM
advance on the first cost.
D. RICHARDS CO.
Tarborough, 15th Dec. 1832.
JYcasc Riter Free Bridge
TO BE DRAWN AT
Kinston, Lenoir County, JV. Carolina.
2 Prize of $2,000 is 2000
SPMING & SUMMER GOODS,
OESPECTFULLV announces the arrival of his recent very extensive Purchases i K
R York ami Philadelphia, and can exhibit to h.s customers such a variety of RICH ,m
FASHIONABLE GOODS, as cannot be excelled I by any other establishment in the Slal(,
Hwi msdehi purchases principally at the Auction Sa les .and m large qaintit.es, hisenrtfe,
him to nmcure every article at the cheapest rates, and w.Il be sold at his usual very sma prn6
The same System odoing business which has hitherto met with so large a share of public favr
will Te conUnued, and evfry exertion used to supply h.s customers w.tn goods greatly below ,
ordinary prices, where any other system is pursued.
The following Articles form part of the Slock, and are now ready for in,
A verv extensive selection of Silks unusually low BROAD CLOTHS, of almost every st,ait
of the most fashionable colors,
Poix de Soiu, Gro de Swiss and de Berlin, in
Plain and fashionable rib'd Cassimeres,
Sattinetts, extremely low,
Fnrnni' bst Italian Lustrinr, Matteoni's do. Superior gum elastic Suspenders,
FIHE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends
J- and the public, that he continues to
Manufacture & repair Cotton Gins,
At his old Stand in Tarboro near the bridge.
Having carried on the above business for everal
years in this place, and his work being generally ap
proved, he deems it unnecessary to give any particu
lar reference. He will continue to execute his work
in the most expeditious manner, and at his usual mo
Tarborough, Jan. 1833.
BROKE JAIL, of Edgecombe countv, on
the night of the 2d February, 1833, negro
Said to be the property of James B. Tartt,
of Alabama. Said necro is about thirtv
rears of age and has a dark complexion he was
)rought here from the jail in Chatham county, and it
is probable be will attempt to get back in that neigh
borhood any information respecting him will be
FRED. BELLS Jailer.
March 12, 1833. 29
Bank of JY zwhern,
January 7th, 1833.
AT the lale annual meeting of the STOCK
HOLDERS of the BANK of NEWBERN
on the first Monday of this month, It was
Resolved, That a Dividend of twenty-five per
cent, ofl each and every Share of the Capital
Stock of said Bank be, and the same is hereby
declared ant' made payable to the Stockholders,
or their legal representatives, on and after the
first day of March next, under the following
rules and regulations, to wit: First all pay
rnents shall be made at the Principal Bank to the
Stockholder, or his Attorney, duly appointed, on
production of the original certificae. Second
Payment of Dividend of Capital shall be eviden
ced by the receipt of the StockhoIdr'or his At
torney, in a Book prepared for that purpose.
Third All payments of Dividend of Capital
shall be endorsed on the Certificate of Stock, by
the Cashier at the time of makiner bavment.
Fourth The transfer Book shall be closed on
the twentieth day of February next, and remain
closed until the first day of March following,
and no Share on which a Dividend of Canithl
may be paid, shall thereafter be transferred on
the Books of this Bank. Extract from the Jour
nal of the Stockholders.
JNO. W. GUION, Cashier.
January 18th, 1833. 21
3000 whole Tickets at $5, isgl5.000
2000 half do. atS2:50 5,000
When the Commissioners named in the Act of As
sembly authorizing the above Lottery, shall have
disposed of the Tickets and appointed a day for the
drawing, they will, in order the more effectually to
secure public confidence in their proceedings, sur
render the entire management of the business to the
following gentlemen, under whose direction the Lot
tery will be drawn, (viz:) John Watkins, Esq. of Du
plin, Hardy Bryan, Esq. of Jones, Hon. Richard
Dobbs Sfiaight, of Craven, Col. Blount Coleman, of
Lenoir, Gen. Wyatt Moye, of Greene, and Richard
Washington, Esq. of Wayne county. And in case
ejjher of these cannot attend, to such gentlemen as he
or they may designate from their respective counties.
Asa Board of Managers, it will be their province to
choose their Clerks, who shall be sworn to keep
faithful records of the drawing; ftiey will also select
the boys to whom shall be assigned the business of
drawing the tickets and numbers from the wheel; for
which services the Commissioners will allow the ne
The drawing will be conducted on the old and po
pular mode, by placing the Prizes and Blanks in one
wheel, and the numbers in another, r itteen per
cent, will be deducted from the Frizes, and the fortu
nate adventurers will receive payment upon present
ation of their tickets, immediately after the draw mg,
or at any time within twelve months thereafter.
1 he Bridge when completed will be tree for all
of a very superior lustre,
Extra rich India black Satin, and watered oiiks,
Very rich figured Gro de Soiu, -
Pink, green, yellow, white, blue and straw col d
Satins and Florences,
Green Silk, suitable for calashes,
12 nieces Ponjrees, black and lead colored.
Pongee silk Aprons, and super India hdkfs.
Ladies black and white rich embroidered and
nlain silk Stockings,
Family Mournings, fashionable for spring and
summer, in great variety,
Norwich Crapes and Bombazeens,
Rich Oriental, Paris & London printed Muslins,
262 pieces Calicoes of the most fashionable style,
some at only S cents per yard,
38 pieces Furniture do. commencing at 85 cents
41 ps. Ginghams, beautiful pattern, at 20 cts. do.
30 ps. cross-barred jaconet Muslin, for dresses,
A large assortment of cambric, medium, jaconet,
mull, book, and Swiss Muslins,
Fig'd book & Swiss Muslins, uncommonly cheap,
50 pieces Irish Linen, some at 25 cents per yard
up to 1 40, the very finest made,
A very large and superb assortment of rich fancy
Gauze, Crape, Hernani, Parisian and other
neck Hdkfs and gold embroider'd Points,
A most splendid assortment of bonnet, belt and
cap Ribbons, newest slyle,
Needle worked infants Dresses,
Black silk Velvet and velvet Ribbons,
Very handsome Parasols, best quality, do. Um
brellas, Thread Laces and Inserting,
Narrow bobbinett Laces. Edgings, and Footings,
White blond Lace and Edging,
3-4 and 4 4 pl.t in and fig'd Bobbinett, from 30
cenls to Si 50 per yard,
Black and white lace Veils, some of a very supe
"Bl ick, white, green, and second mourning blond
gauze do. Green Barrege, for veils,
an. t-j l I. .u:, i- i t.i r
persons who may pass it-and the route to Newbem j UiUCK WUMC IJM, anu Kree" "anan crapes,
across this Bridge, is as near for persons living above : Black Canlon and Nankin Crapes,
as the present stage route, and will be the means of; L;idies and children's lace Caps,
avoiding nine miles of deep sand. It will also be in
the direct route from Wilmington to Tarborough.
It is the wish of the Commissioners to accomplish
the drawing on the 4th July next, in the town of Kin
ston, Lenoir county. If the sale of the tickets should
enable them to do so, timely notice of the fact will be
given in the newspapers in order that as many as may
wish to witness the drawing may attend for that pur
pose. It is hoped and earnestly requested that the gentle
men to whom tickets may be forwarded for sale, will
use early and diligent ifteans to dispose of them and
that all persons who arc disposed to patronize the
Svork will do it at an early day, as the Commissioners
are desirous of calling cn the Agents or venders of
tickets about the 1st of June for settlement, so as to
enable them to prepare for drawing on the 4tU July.
William D. Mostly,
George Whitfield, Sen.
Allen W. Wooten,
John W. S West,
Kinston, March, 1S33.
QjTickels in the above Lottery can
be had at the Post o ffice in Tarboro '
For publishing by Subscription, a concise
IIISTOUY OF THE
Kehukee Baptist Association,
Irom its original rise to the present time,
BY ELDER JOSEPH BIGGS,
Under the supervision of a Committee appointed by
the Kehukee Association.
nplIIS work will be divided into two parts
m. i oi( 1.1M114111 me iiiawiy ui ine
Kehukee Association from its first organization
until the year 1803,as compiled by Elders Bur
kitt and Read, (omitting such parts of it as are
considered superfluous.) Part 2d, will embrace
a continuation of the History of the Association,
until the present period, by Elder Joseph
The work will be printed on good paper, -with a
fair type, and will make about 300 pages, duodecimo.
It will be furnished to Subscribers, neatly bound and
"ettered, at gl per single copy, or JglO per dozen.
(TJPersons holding Subscription pavers
will please send them, on or before the st of
sjpru next, 10 suiaer Joseph biggs, Williams
lonor7 to George tjoward, Tarboro' , N. G.
Worked muslin Capes, some as low as 15 cents,
Ladies and gent's silk, hoskin, kid, beaver, and
cotton Gloves, in great variety,
Ladies beautiful embroidered and printed cot
White and black cotton Stockings, some at 15
cents per pair,
Gent's black and white silk half Hose,
Ladies and gent's do. do. Gloves,
Plain and fancy bordered linen cambric Hdkfs.
Long Lawns and linen Cambric,
Ladies Leghorn Flats, some as low as $1,
Diamond straw and Dunstable Bonnets,
Navarino's, 10 cents each,
25 pieces straw Trimming,
12 dozen artificial Flowers,
10 pieces Oil Cloth, beautiful patterns,
Russia and cotton Diaper,
Beautiful article of furniture Dimity,
Furniture and apron Checks,
200 dozen cotton Hdkfs. 5 cents each fcupwards,
6 dozen Prussian Shawls,
1 1 bales 3 4, 4-4, 5 4, and 6-4 brown and bleach
ed Shirtings and Sheetings, cheap,
Col'd Cambrics, Italian silk Cravats,
Splendid damask table covers,
Men's silk Hdkfs. 30 cents each,
Low priced and best Bed Ticking, some as low
as 12 cents per yard,
Cotton Yarn, from No. 5 to 18,
Turkey red Cotton,
Cotton and wool Cards, best quality,
Cotton Fringe, Piping, aad Braids,
While aud red Flannel, and point Blankets,
Padding, Buckram, Buttons, Silk, Twisl, flax
Thread, and trimmings of all kinds,
WThite, Russia, brown and motled Drillings,
Black & col'd Lastings, Brochellas, & Princeltas,
Best crape Camblet, and plaid Drillings,
Rouen Cassimere, only 20 cents per yard,
30 pieces yellow Nankin,
Cotton Cassimeres, and Canton Cord,
12 pieces brown German Drillings,
10 do. brown Linen,
Grandurells, Washington Stripe, &TicklemW
Gent's fashionable Stocks, shirt bosoms & collars
in great variety, most fashionable kind,
Splendid bead Bags and Purses, of a beautiful
and entirely new pattern,
A great variety of round and cut gilt, glass, and
Italian Opera, Parisian, and Neapolitan carved
Combs Plain tortoise shell, tuck and side do
Carved and plain neck do. common Brazilian
luck and side do. a large assortment, '
Pearl, steel and plated waist buckles,
Bracelet clasps fancy and travelling baskets,
A large assortment of Perfumery & fancy Soap?,
Ivory snuff boxes and tinsel ornaments,
Feather Fans and silver Pencils,
Cloth, hair, and tooth Brushes,
Splendid German flower Vases,
Fire board Paper, and bullet head Canes,
Violins, violin strings, and splendid liquor cases
Looking Glasses, in great variety,
Low & Reed's compound chlorine tooth wash,
Indelible and writing Ink,
A few dozen Windsor Chairs,
Glass Knobs and curtain Rings,
21 dozen men's FUR HATS, comprising
complete assortment, amongst which are the
finest and most fashionable white, drab and
black, broad brim and roram do.
75 dozen fine and common palmetto Hats, some
20 cents only each,
Men's, boys and children's silk and cloth La
fayette and other Caps,
2500 pair LADIES SHOES, consisting of
spring and high heel'd prunella, some at 50
cents per pair; Bolivar and kid spring heel;
high heel morocco 50 cents per pair; seal skin,
fine and common calf do. 200 pair mies
Shoes, some spring heel prunella, at 45 and 50
Cents Oernair: also. hi!Hrpne hnntinrl hnPS.
some at 15 cents per pair, only,
2700 pair MEN'S SHOES, viz: very best calf
skin, high and low quartered; lined and bound
brass heel high qtd, superior article, at Si 25
per pair; low qtd do. 75 cents; coarse brogans
cheap, and coarse shoes at 65 cents; also, mo
rocco, and seal pumps, boj-s shoes, hoes, &c.
An assortment of Trunks, very low,
A general assort't o CUTLERY, HARD
WARE, among which are some very superi
or Razors in cases, pen and pocket knives, in
great variety, some with 2, 4, 6 and 12 blades
with pearl and shell handles, dirk knives, &c.
Knives and forks, carving knives and steel,
spoons, scissors, guns, pistols, dirks, gun locks,
scythe blades, chisels, plane irons, patent au
gurs, coffee mills; stock, knob, pad and chest
Locks; brass candle sticks, tea trays, axes,
hatchetst trace chains, steel yards, &c.
A large variety of China, Crockery $ Glass
ware, some elegant setts of China are in the
assortment, handsome Cut Glass, &c
30 bags St. Domingo, Cuba, and Lagu-ira Coffee,
11 hhds. St. Croix and New Orle ans Sugar,
8 barrels superior loaf and lump do.
12 hhds. very superior retailing Molasses,
Best young, hyson, and gunpowder Tea,
Pepper and Spice, only 121 cents per lb.
Nutmegs, mace, cloves', ginger, mustard, &c.
Preserved Ginger, in jars,
Prunes, muscatel raisins, almonds by the box,
Lime juice and Lemon syrup,
Very best cogniac Brandy, Jamaica Rum, and
10 hhds. New England Rum, 5 do. Whiskey,
Cider Brandy and country Gin,
Champaigne, Madeira, Port, Claret, and Malaga
WINES, of the best quality,
An assortment of French Cordials, best quality,
Real London Brown Stout, in quart and pint
bottles; Best Spanish Cigars,
Lorillard's best Scotch Snuff,
Chocolate, and fine table Salt in loaves,
Sperm and tallow Candles,
10,000 pounds Swedes Iron assorted widths,
A large assortment of CASTINGS, consisting
of pots, ovens, spiders, skillets, tea kettles,
spice mortars, grid irons, frying pans, cart and
and wagon boxes, &c.
35 kegs Nails, assorted sizes,
40 boxes 10 x 12 and 8x10 widow Glass, Putty;
25 kegs Dupont's best Gunpowder,
100 bags Shot, .
White lead, chrome yellow, Prussian blue, ver
digris green, chrome green, Spanish brown,
reu ieau, copal varnish, linseed oil, &c. &c.
Together ivith many other Articles too tedious to enumerate, all of which
will be sold at a very small advance,
For Cash or Country Produce.
Tarborough, 16th April, 1883, " O