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Cd ffichl King,
MR IIC 11 ANT TAILOR,
MVVING removed lo his new estab
lishment, nearly opposite the Court
Ion'-, respectfally informs hi friends and
the public generally, that he is now open
ing a Ictud-ome assortment of
JFall ant) OSItntcr
Of a beautiful and superior quality, which
have been selected with much personal
cue itt the northern cities, ami will be
made up to order at short notice and in
the most fashionable style such as:
Superfine blue and black Clolhs,
Invisible green and brown do.
Clarence brown and mulberry do.
Olive and mixt do.
,, Polaski ribbed Cassimere,
,. Plain black and inixl do. do.
,, Lavender, Zebra, Plaid StGrecian do.
,, Striped and corded do. of various
Plain black and figured Velvets,
Brocade Velvets, a superior article,
Plain black and figured silk Ve(iu$s,
Brown and drab l i n sham,
Black anil brown goat hair Camhlets,
Also, a beautiful assortment of stocks, some
Bosom, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, k.c.
He trtists by due attention to business,
ami his long experience therein, to give
due satisfaction to those who may favor
him with their orders. He will keepton
stantly on hand an assortment of seasonable
Heady made Clothing,
Of the best quality, manufactured by him
self and warranted.
A LSO, three or four Journey men Tailoi s
oTthe first class, wanted.
Tarboro, Nov. 10th. 1S36.
An Indian remedy for toothache
WHICH when applied according I j
i ivcli-ns, has never failed to afford
tinmt ili i.e and permanent relief, just re
reived and lor sale by
J. IV. GOTTEN.
llth Nor. 1835.
Jtlrs.Jl. C. Howard,
TOTA just received a Fresh Supply of
.a. a. ijuus, aim is now enauieti m mr
nish her customers and the public with al
most every article for ornament, service,
or comfort in the
In her assortment will be found :
A variety of Pattern Bonnets,
Tuscan and straw do. of nearly evtry
shape and feature,
riain. fiurea, and warrred Silks and Sat
ins tor dresses,
Fanry Gauzes, (or do.
Vei!, rhuwls, Scarfs, and Ilanikf rchieft,
of different qualities and prices,
Head ornaments, hair Nets, Puffs, L Curls,
A large quantity of Bibbons, artificial
Flowers, Sic. lie.
ICTMrs. H. has patterns of the latest
fashions. he invites an inspection of her
Goods. Mavtua making done as usual.
Tarboro', April 23.
Look at This.
Mr. William Claiborne,
BOUT the year lSlfior 1817,remov.
. ed from the count v nf AmJi :.. . k.
State of Virginia, and settled in some part
f North Carolina; since which time, his
friends have not heard fr m him or been
able to a?certain the plaee of his residence.
Bequeathed to him by his wife's Father,
Will become payable the 1st f Januarys
JS37, and the undersigned Executor of the
Estate is anxious that he ,houM come for
ward and receive it; and that he, in the
wfant.me, do advise the under ed of
rhe place of ins residence. If iyfP Clsii
borne is dead, or has removed lrom raro.
Iina, his surviving relations or any tl- r
person who can give y information con
cernmg h,m, or his ,, cendants, H m "
fer a .vor on the undersigned, by comm.,"
nesting 5nch information by letter direct
d to bun at Kanawha Courthouse, Va.
Thos. Matthews, &rr.
1st June, 1S30.
Fruiting Press for Sale
A PUPHR HOY.AL Prir.tino' Press o
M. the old mode of cn.trUciTo'u
procured on reasonahleterms.
.I ' Jppt.V nt this Office.
larboroi-;!,, July 24. , M
William V. Grav's
FOR ULCERS, TGMO'JRS.&C
Can now be obtained of tht Patentee, at the
Office of the Raleigh Register,
Single Pol, 1 dollar- One dozen, 9 dollars.
WILLIAM IV GRAY.
Raleigh, October 4. 1833.
Raleigh, September 1. 1S36.
For five or six years previous to the
spring of 1834, a negro man of mine had
been much afflicted with an ulcerated arm
and hand, which rendered him almost use
less. The ulcer embraced that part of his
arm from the elbow down, including his
entire "hand, which was literally a mass ot
putrefaction. A ioiot of
part of the thumb, perished anddropt off.
a moie distressing nutl hopeless case I
have never beheld. It was abandoned by
his physician as incurable, except by am
putation of the hand.
The best medical treatment having fail
ed to relieve the man, I placed him under
the care f Mr. William W. Gray, in this
place, who, with his Ointment, has effectu
ally cured the . case, although the negro
was frequently absent, tor weeks and
moi.ths together. He has been entirely
well for the last eight months, and I have
good reason to believe will continue so.
WILLIAM BOY LAN.
Hlb Subscribers wish to purchase 60
. barrels BRANDY, for which ibe
highest cash price wi I be given.
U. RICHARDS cy CO.
Nov. 12, 1835.
THIS most valuable medicine for the
cure of Dvsvensia. andth
ot bilious fevers, colic, he. kc is kept con
sianuy on nana and tor sale by
J. IV. COT TEN.
Tarboro'. 24 Sept. 1833.
to., pr Inters
THi: Subscribers have just completed
ir new Specimen iook of light
faced bok and job
t lower and ovnunients,
TJ mm c
The contents of which arc herewith partial-
Diamond; peat I. iNo. 1 and 2; agate Nos.
1. 2 hi,.! 3; aate on uo -pareil budy; non
pared No. 1.2, 3 and 4; miniorette Nos.
aa'5 2? nni',n Nos. J, 2, 3 and 4; minion
on brevier b,..!: ; .;evier on minion bnd v ;
brevier Nos. 1, 2, 3 and A; brevier on b nr.
geois body; br: :i r o.i long (-rimer bodv,
bourgeois u,i lr vier body; bourgeois Nos.
1, 2, 3 i;nd 4; botirge.ou on Ion primer
long primer ?,os.. 1, '1, 3 and 4; b.ng pn.n
e on small pica bod); small pk?i, Nos. 1
and '2; pit a on small i.i lirJ.. rL,, v
1; '-' r.d 3; p ca on English bod'; L'ngl.sh
fV"; 4 !';i1 2: r,'t r nmer; paragon; dou
ble Lnd'sn; d.-nbl! i.ui.-...
lu es picHtoUemy; tig" fine pica Gothic
-. ..3r , IWVHV. llvp seven lute and
t n line pt-a ornamental; six, seven, niive,
twelve and fifteen 1'hh-s pica shaded; eight,
.v.., ...c.roiMncen lines antique, suaued
Jiso, a large and beautiful collection ef
From pearl to seven lines pica, many of
which are not to be found i.. n,
cimen; a new assortment of ornamental
dashes, a variety of ram
Brass rule; leads of various thickneas-
ironoinical, inathematiral and physical
signs; metal brares and dashes from'threc
to tb.jty ems long; preat primer Si double
pica scripts on incited body; diamond and
.... ......... ...umcoi various kinds antiques;
Usui nn neavy Ce two letter; full
face Roman and Italic nonpareil, minion,
... iiimcri,a sinalf pica; min
ion, brevier, long primer and other blacks
nonpared, nvnion and b evier Greek Hel
brew aad Saxon. '
A la-ge variety of Ornaments, calculated
particularly for the Spanish and South A
mencan market-. Spanish. French and
Portuguese accents furnished to order to
gether with every other article made,8e
of m the Printing business all of which ran
be furnished at shorl noike, of as good a
q..a!ny and on as reasonable terms as any
other establishment. y
CONNER $ COOKE
Corner of Nassau Ann streets, Neic York.
And for sale at "'"Office, a pamphlet en
No other than Baptist Churches
Have n right to be called
By Joshua Laatrfkck.
Price 10 cents single, or 5 1 per dozen.
rmHE Board ot Managers of the Wash-
JI inglon National Monumental Society
invite DESIGNS for tins structure, mien
ded as a .memorial of a
- :i J
I It would be to fetter genius
hiiv limits to the exercise of its powers.
. wh'ch should, however
mon.ouMy menu uurn.i.my.
grandeur. Although .t .s .mpracticHble t
present to estimate the extent ot the : eo -
ttibuti-as that may be mde, he Designs
niaybepred,Cated onanpend,lureol not
less than one million of dollars.
'l't. t!nu,..t rf MallamTS Will not OlleilCI
American srenius so much as to offer, in
i lie v-iivi - - .
this instance, a pecuniary rewaid. The
artist, whose Design shall be adopted, w ill
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 of sixteen
by twenty-two inches. The designs to be
GEORGE 1F.1TTERS0N, Scc'ry.
Buggy for Sale.
excellent Newark made BUGGY for
sale, Apply at this Office.
November 9, 1335.
& horn it may concern.
THE Subscriber tequcsts all those in
debted to him to call and settle their
account. IT KfXCr
January 13. 1636. "
Piano Forte for Sale.
IH AVE a very handsome PIANO for
sale persons wishing to pu. chase,
would do well to call and examine it.
J. (V. COTTEN.
May 21st, 1833.
For publishing in the town of Tarbnrough,
N. C. a stmi-moithly paper, entitled
THE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST,
EDITED tlY MUK BENNETT,
Printed and Published by Geo Howard.
Til IS publication ispnncipilly in tended
totiefendtheold school United Baptists
from the many aspersin3 cast upon them
bv deluded persons pro'essing their own
f;iith, because tb-y cannot conscimt ious
ly engage in the various money-makino
schemes of the day, ostensibly intended to
promote Christianity, but evidently tend
ing to destroy ibe great and fundamental
principles upon wuich it is based, by mak
ing a ain of godliness. We wish to hare
i' distinctly onderatood, that Wu are iot
inimical to Masonry, Temperance, tne dis
tribution of the Bible, or the soread of the
Gospel but we do condemn the mingling
of professors and non-professor? of reli
gion in societies, and the making a "craft"
of religious matters, in every shape and
Believing thst Theological Schools, Bi
ble, ML-sionary, Tract, and Sunday School
Union Societies, are the same in principle
utiscriptural .savor more of "lucre''
than of "good wilUowards men," we are
Opposed to theui.
Some of t he children of God, surrounded
wi:h? and interspersed amongst, the advo
cates of V is in nary and other societies, are
denied the happiness of conv rh,g with
those of Ihe same judgment. Otl.erswl, jle
grieved with beholding corruptions of the
Gospel, are not able to speak for them
selves. This is designed, under God. for
their relief. We shall aim not so much to
please the fancy, as to inform the judgment
more to afford matter for solid and last
ing comfort, than la give a momentary
glow to the feelings. We const der that
the cause of tru'h and of Chri-tian solace
s our cause. Deeply impressed with the
belief that the blessing even of truth iuelf
is ot the Head of the Church, we cast our
selves upon Him, and send our little paper
abroad, praying the Lord to carry with it
some joy to those who are in tribulation
nd.a little rest to those who are troubled. '
TT,e Primitive Baptist is published in
s.iper-royal octavo lGrm of 1 pa-es c"
the second and fourth Saturdays i each
month-at One Dottar per yea?, p"y Z
on rece.pt of the firS, Six copies
will sen, to one Post Office or neighbor
hood for Five Dollars.
Communications mast b post paid and
directed to the Publisher. V
JjT Persons holding Subscription papers
will please snrf themor the names on them,
to Geo. Howard, Tarborough, JV C.
Published and for Sale at this OJJiee.
V I UIOTIC DISCOURSE tht
North Carolina Whi'g AdoIov for
he Kehukee Association and, A Basket of
trngmentg, by the Rev. Joshua Lawrence.
Also, A Review of Clark's defence and bid
t fication to the Kehukee Association, writ .
ten by a lay member of the Association.,
and, Occurrences in the Life of Elder Jo
seph Biggs, wrote by himself.
January, Ibjo. .
GT Peach Brand if D
1WISH to pn, chase 10 barrels best
Peach BRANDY, for which the highest
price will be paid in cash.
J. IV. GOTTEN.
Tarboro', Nov. 23d. 1635,
rifl HE Subscriber has more than twenty
' Some of these are enerllv known as ex
... , ... . - .... ,
Lt-iflfiiik iui touir usr ui whit- fit. nv wv--
pern()ng, the Halifax. Isabella, Catawba,
Jbp.. Madeira, &c The price for u
rojtpd v.()e .g r ef of R
doar )U wm,,e d()Zei Qf ,)un,
of f hnx
direction to one respon-
. . . . . . '
simt nprann a hnrnimnut iloilurf inn IS
made. For furlher particulars inquire of
be Editor of the Tarboro' Press, or
Biinkleyville, N. C. Oct. 4.
White 4' Hagur,
fP '.:SPECTFLii.LY inform the Printers
ti of the United States, to whom they
have beu long known as established
That they hve now formed a
In said business and hope from their united
skill and experience to be able to give sat
Wfactio.i to all !.n may favor them with
their orders The introduction of machin
ery in place of the unhealthy process of
casting tpe by hand, a desideratum by the
American and European founders, was by
American ingenuity aud heavy expenditure
of time and money on the part of the senior
partner, first successfully accomplished.
Extensive use of the machine to cat let
ters has fully tested and estabbshed its
superiority overthat cast by the old process.
The letter foundry business, will hereafter
be carried en by the parlies above named,
under t'u- fnui u
WHITE. HAGUR & CO.
The specimen exhibits a complete series
from diamond to sever. teen line pica. The
book and news type being in the most
modem light and shade.
WHITE, HAGUR Si CO. are agents for
thebaic of Smith and Kust
whirt they furnish to their customers at the
m (Mufactttrers prices. Chases, cases,
Crtiiij.rtsing sticks, ink, and eeiy article
used in the pnming business, kept for sale
and furnished at short notice. Old type
taken in exchae for new, at nine cents
per pound. , WHITE.
New York, 183C. W. HAGUR.
d Gig and Harness,
Apply at this Office.
Is wanted relative to
A native of Galway in Ireland, who resided
n years ao
IN WILMINGTON, N, C,
The object of this advertisement is to know
whert- Chritopher IVttden is at present he
was rather short, and of a sandy complex
ion. Address the publisher of the Wil
mington (N. C ) Advertiser.
THE Subscriber has on hand a first-rate
Buggy and Sulky,
Manufactured in the latest Newark style
2 small light Carryall,
Which he will sell CHEAP for Cash, or on
a short credit.
Inaac B Brady.
July 7th, 1836.
t... . -t
HISTORY OF THE
JUST PUBLISHED, and for sale at the
office of the Tarboro' Press, A con
cise History of the Kehukee Baptist Asso
ciation, from iu original rise to the pre
sent time by Elder Joseph Bigcj$unnr
the supervision of a committee (consisting
of Elders Jos'.-ua Lawrence, William Hv
m.n, and Luke Ward, aud bietrtrt n Tho
mas Biggs, Joseph D. Bi2gS, and Cushion
B Hasell.) appointed by the Association "
Price SI each, or $10 per dozen.
From Baltimore lo Bluheft,N. C.
IN TWENTY-SIX IIOUUS.
Great Northern and Southern Line
of travel, via Washington city,
Fredei icksburs, Richmond,
Ptftersbur, Raleigh, &c.
TKN and after the fifteenth day of Oc
H? tober next, travellers fiorn New
Yoikand Philadelphia, renching Washin?
ton bv the evening train on the Baltimore
and Washington Rail Rnad, will be for
warded immediately by the
Steamboat to Potomac creek, and thence
by Stages and the Richmond nd Frede
ricksburg Rail Road cars to Richmond,
Virginia, which place they will reach at
10$ o'clock, A. M. leaving Richmond im
mediately, they will arrive in Petersburg
to dinner, and at the termination of the
Petersburg Rail Road, on the Rnanoke, at
8 o'clock, P. M ; whence they will be for
warded by the expeditious lines of J. H.
Avery &. Co. to Halifax, Tarborough,
Warrenton, Raleigh. F.iyettevillc, Colum
bia, S. C. Augusta, lie.
Returning the Stages from the South
will reach Blakeley Depot (the termination
of the Petersburg Rail Road) at 4 o'clock,
P. M. Petersburg at 9 P. M. Richmond at
2 A. M and Washington cily in lime for
the afternoon train of cars to Baltimore
making the trip each way . !etween Balti
more and Blakeley, on the Roanoke, in
the unprecedented time of
The above line is connected throughout,
and connects at Hick's Ford, with the
Boydtun, Danville, and Salisbury line, and
Northern and Southern travellers are gua
rantied against detention at any point on
the route between Baltimore and Augusta.
Oct. 4, 163G. 40
Pocket Book Lost.
5L03T my Pocket Book on Tuesday
night 29th of November, or on Wed
nesday, the 30th. containing 174 in cash;
two S'O bills on U. S. Bank, two $20 bills
and a $5 bill on Columbus Bank of G.
$100 bill on Charleston Bank, S. C. a $3
bill on Cape Fear Bank, a 1 bill on New
bern Bank, and a 5 North Carolina bill.
uanK not recollected. I he book contained
one note on B-tel Mather, dated 9th Mv.
1836. and dc 1st of January, 1837, payable
to me. for $272 37j cent." Also, receipts
and other papers valuable only to myself.
I will give a liberal reward lo nur n'erson
who will deliver the book and contents
at Benjamin Eason's, Wyatt Moye's, or
any where lliat I can get i. The book is
of yellow calf or sheep skin of or
December 2d, 1836.
To the Afflicted.
u.l a invaluable Ointment for the
cure of white swellings, scrofula n.i.i
other tumourr. sore lee-s ami ulror. ...!
fresh wounds, tprains, brumes, swellings
ana inuammntions, &c. uc.
Beckwith's anti-dyspeptic pill.
Rowand's genuine tonic mixture, a per
feet cure for ague and fever.
The above valuable med
had wholesale or retail on amiliraiini i
r nr . . . , "w
Stale qf North Carolina,
Court of Equity.
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1S3.
Lewis Ellis 1
John Peele Mothers,
5T appearing to the athfaclion of said
Court that Jacob H
defendants in theabova
dentr It is therefore ordered, that publica
tion be made for six weeks in the Tarboro'
Press, notifying him to appear hi the next
"i saiu wourt, to le beM for in id
Countv. at the Court H
' - jfiiirtiiij,
on the second Mondav in Marrh ni i.
and there to plead or'demur to said bill or
answer the same, or judgment will b-ta
ken pro confesso and said bill be set for
neanng ex parte as to him.
Witness. Isaac Norfleet, Clerk and Ma-
17 I faii' Court' l omce, the second
Monday of September, 1836.
By Wm. NorJleet,D.C.&c.
Price adv $3 50.
And for sale at this Office,
Trying lo gnaw out of the
Br Joshua Lawbexce.
Price 10 cents single, or $1 per dozen.
September, 1833. '
THE Subscriber, wl, ff,r
years past has been engage j 11
The Gin Making bnnhtn
In Ki.iston, has established l.i,,,,,-
Where he carries on the above busing.
iiu ii.i fnimw min nr. All lliosc
.. i. - i.. .i i , ,.. V,i
vih f supply themselves with Gi
"ill Of ,1,.
best quality, are respectfully 8(,ir;, ,
apply to the Subscriber per-.,i,v ' '
lyexechted. From 1 he Subset iinr's i 1
experience in his bnine5s. and frr,ln ,,!
approbation whieh his w oi k b a 4 1 1
met with, he hesitates nol to p-omise HiIr
satis faction to all w ho may s-r fit i flf
to him their patronage. Gins out of qJ
will be expeditiously repaiied.
The Subscriber takes the liberty u fi
ing the attention ot those who wi"i, j0 '
cure new Gins, of lo have old V,lU5 rp ;'
ed, to the expediency of applying t ij'
time. Wlien all wail a i usually tlie cj
until the work is wanted, it causes sucdj
pressure of business, that many are obii
of necessity to submit to a longer dt'n
than they wish.
In connexion with this establishment o
; rie on the
Lock& Gunsmith businei
He also makes Saw Mill Boxes, and JJ
Inks, aud Gudgeons, of a composition'
vented by Daniel Perk, of Raleigh C
Mill Spindles, with Sleet Collars, (tun.
These articles cqtial to any mainfrtctj;.
in the United. States.
All letters and orders mustie dirtci.
to the Subscriber at Greenville
HENRY C U AM BE It LAW
July 12, 1S35.
TW HEsuhscriber has etab'ished hints
, U. in the houses fruiei y occupied hyr
late Joseph Lackey, dee'd, "near tlie iiir
and a short distance below Mr. BenjitiL. "
M. Jackson's store, where be cnriieson
The making and repairing
All those who wisl to supply themselv
with Gins of the best quality, are rep
fully solicited to apply to the Subset
persoonlly, or by letter. AH order I
Gins will be promptly execnted. Gin?o.
of order will be expeditiously repaired.
Blarksmiihing, of every description,!!,
ecnted in the best style.
ffirru-oisecood baud Cotton Gins
sale low for eh.
SAMUEL D. PROCTEl
Tarboro', 30 h Sept. 1S35. .
Cotton Yarn and Twine
THE Subscribers feel grateful for th
I ilera! patronage which they recti
the past year, and bope by assiduity m
punctu;lily in business to merit a coutiwr
auce of pa w favors.
They now have and expect to keep ceo .
stnntly on hand, the
Very best Cotton Yarns,
From Nos. 2 to 18 inclusive. Also various
s'zes of the ben
Cotton Seine Twine.
Its durability and strength ha been fairlj
tested, and th-i Subscribers feel no lieit
tion in pronouncing it i.i fei i r to n.nt.::
not superior to any in market. Both tin
above articles they expect lo 'deliver
purchasers on as liberal terms as article
of the same quality can be piocured el
where. The usual charge fur conveyance
will be mad.
Terms of Sale for all quantities of Yarn
over one thousand pounds, four months at
dit will be allowed for any quantity utuif
one thousand pounds, three mouths, iSf
purchaser giving note (without interest) "
the time the Yarn i deliv'eied, paynbleal
the above tinted limes.
The proprietors of fisheiies will do well
to apply to the Snb-cribi rs for Twine fr
the future, as a very liberal credit will b
BATTLE $ BROTHERS.
Falls Tar River, Jan 10.1836.
ANAWAY frorn the subscriler, on
the night of 20lh Sotember f;it. mV '
negro man named
20 or 21 years of are. 6 feet hirh. black
complexion, has a pleasing countenance,
inclined to be knock-kuet d, his feet some,
wliat turned out, particularly hi left fo"i
his clothing not recollected. He wns f"'
merly the property or Asahel Farmer, hi
mother, brothers and sisters belonging 10
said Farmer his father is in Ihe sam
neighborhood working about as a bhitk-
smnn, nearly as a tree man. It is believed
he is lurking about in the neighborhood f
said Farmer, also i Nash county. The
above reward will be pant to any person
that will apprehend s;ud negro, and deliver
him to me or secure him in any jail so llnd
I get him again. I f uewarn any person
from harboring said negro, or carrying him
ofT, under the strict p unity of the In.
Any information i es peeling him viM
thankfully received, by the Subscriber, '
Oak Grove, E'lgecombe County.
U ILLIAM BARNES.
24th Aug- 13- 3.