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Turborough, Edgecombe County, JV. C. Saturday, July 38, 1827.
FbJ. 111jYo. 49.
nmirn ii i ilia i -nr ihimm
Till: "FRKK PRLSS'
ty fiVo. Howard,
puMished weekly, (every Saturday,) at
rU ijvi.l.ij: per veai, (or 52 num
Was obtained last week from the
r fcutj- T I V i fin
bcrs commence receiving their papers- JUUCIi lJ LdOli&Vll UTTlCG
within v vf
rrs.) it P:d within one month after Sub-
cribcrs commence receiving their pr
r-jfo Dollars o lujtij Chun, it paid within
1 ''. . . . T It . . .
IX TAIII30R0UGII, N. C.
Where is kept a constant supply of
!l. . -. 1 'I u r i
monins ami uouirs at the expi-
ritiiii of the year. Subscribers at liberty to
Jwrrntinuc at any time on navinc- :hti-:i
" Ailv moments not execedim 1G lines will
iV ;-iscvted at 50 cents the first insertion, and
j cents each continuance. Longer ones at
Letters addressed to the Editor must be 1 l,or ,n 1,1 a" ot tl,e Lotteries for which
V, ! .
JT-Jaim-s Simmons, Esq. postmaster a.
-.iiux.is uur rencra! agent tor that vicinity
ON the fourth Monday of August
next, will be sold fur Cash, at the
Coi:rt-llousti i;i Tarbornugh, One Tract
cr pcnrl of Land, lying on Tar River,
jjur miles above Tarhorough, adjoining
the lands of Richard Harrison and Chas.
V. Knight, Esquires containing three
hundred an i forty ;cres, belonging to
the heirs of Duct. Jeremiah liatt 1c, do
ceased to satisfy sundry writs of Fi
Fa, in my hands.
Also, on flic same day and place, u ill
Yates & Mclntyre are managers, by
TIIOS. B. MARKS.
27lh June. 1S27. 45-3
BlIE Subscriber has rented the corner
house adjoining Mr. Frederick Hell's
Tavern, on Main-street, where lie pledg
es himself to keep a good assortment of
Leather, for the purpose of carrying en
And Harncss-Alukinz Easiness
His work will be executed in the best
manner, and be will sell it on as reason-
be smJ lor Cash, One it Iter Tract, the ' able tcrmi 35 t!,G lirm's wi!I admit.
Tarborc', July C, 1S27. 47
property of James Fender, adjoining the
l.ni'is nf Fernard Cowell and others, to
3;iti(y sutidry writs of Vend. Exps. in
Also, on the same d.v and place, will
jf sold for ('ash. One other Tracts the
yronertv of Edward W
i!:e lands of Josiah 1
heirs of Sterling Waller, deceased to
5!:sfy sundry wril of Vend. Exps. &c. Cabinet-Making. Turning, $c.
.Aiid, on Hie same day and place, wul , ill be carried on at his shop as usual
other i rael, tlie propcrtv : competent hands. Anv person desi-
i " I t i ' 1 1 1 : t 'i 1 n I 1 1 fr "fin ri-i ' i',inc rt Iih-mut ,,-. 1'
t- n r fPui. Subscriber respectfully informs
Nailer, adionitn. 3 , - , , ' T1 , ..- ,
i .1 ,,1S I nctnls and the Public, that in
1 reeman and the i , . . , ?
his ab.senct.' the
rj sokl, fjfu
(f Thomas Sjunht, eontainimr 200 acres ! rous
more or less adjoining the lands of T. j will
il.ijon, the heirs of Levi Rogers decM, ! who will have the sole
ot having work done ni bia line,
please annlv to
200 Barrels (of superior)
A QUANTITY OF
BACON 4f CORN,
At Sparta, near Tavboroiigh,
For Sale, by
EVANS, ANDREWS CO.
June 15th, 1S27. 4 i-s
Nine miles South of Warren ton, N. C.
THIS well-known, bealthv and dc
delightful Watering Place is again
open for the reception of company,
where my friends and the public arc re
spectfully assured that every exertion
will be tried to render their situation,
during the season, as agreeable as that of
visitors heretofore has been; having used
all precaution to provide every depart
ment of the establishment with all requi
sites, each of which will be superintend
ed by well qualified attendants and ser
vants. The accommodations are exten
sive a, id afford a number of private bed
rooms, which will be particularly attend
ed to:- -The charges for Board will be for
Ladies and Gentlemen, per day, Si 00
Children and Servants, do. 0 50
Horses, - - - 0 75
June 21, 1S27. 47-5
JYciv- York Trials. Jacob Bar
ker and Thomas Vermilyea have
been again found guilty, before the
Circuit Court of New-York, of a
conspiracy to defraud the public:
sentence not yet passed. Mat
thew L.Davis has been acquitted.
Isaac B. Desha. At the late
term of the Harrison (Ky.) Cir
cuit Court, another fruitless at
tempt was made to try this mise
rable man, who it will be recollec
ted standi charged with the mur-
.1 c a r. -r 1 1
done m ma ime, ri yr o UCI UI -ir iaKer, aoout three
s. Marshall, IjOVH HCrriUgS, LyC. iyears since. Six jurors only were
; mauaeuieiii ui . . trirnriirf
American Sunday School IT.
nion. The third Anniversary of
this Institution was held in the
Church of the Rev. Dr. Wilson in
Philadelphia, on the 22d iilt. Dr.
Ely read the Managers' Report, in
which it is stated that at the pre
sent time the American Sunday
School Union have under their
care 159,246 children taught by
22,291 teachers -and that the
number of schools is 2,415.
Mr. Crawford. The Milledge
vdle Recorder says that Mr. Craw
ford has accepted the appoint
merit lately conferred on him, and
that he is now the officiating
Judge of the Northern Circuit.
Asa Daniel, and other- to satisfy a writ
of Vend. Kxps. in my hands.
.v. l. iJAir; shjr.
June CO, 1327. Price adv S4:50.
my affairs during my absence. Mr.
Marshall is also my agent in this State
for the disposal of Patent Rights for my
Cotton Press, which is recommended
i to the public with increased confidence.
LP WIS LAYSSA1A).
Halifax, Feb. 1S27. 28
T is with much pleasure the Proprie- !
to; sot the Brunswick Mineral Springs
form the public, that they are now
The celebrated flacr. Horse
U-a-iy lor the reception of company, j $ r, N ILL STAM) the
Considerable additions have beeii inade iIerisuing season at my
;.'! the comfortable aoeommoda'.ion of j !jJfiit32-,'oa1'' 'p c0l,nl.V 01
''Ktois. The Stae from Peteoburj:, Halifax, 7 miles from thi
Vt. and RaL-igh, N. C. will convex town of 1 Ialifax, o miles from Enfield
,'-engers to our doors. Three large Court-House, and 3 from C:oweUs
mI airy rooms will' be exclusively at (Toss Roads, and will be let to mares at
disposal of our guests, duns, Mu
:cal Ii)s rtiment s, Chess-men, a selection
Books, Bat lis, (warm and cold) an
ortment. - if wines, 6cc. and every de-ii-.tblu
article for the table, are provid
'1. So that these Springs will be as de
naLJc a retreat for the invalid, and for
!losc who desire to escape disease, and
iijoy pleasure, as can be found in our
Vf-te. The Mineral qualities of the
liters have not been analysed; but their
:icl;cial elfects on titose who have used
'licin, in restoring lost health and in giv
li":shness and bloom to the com
i'lcMioii, are not floubii;d; and speak
'''JTo V."n any analysis could possibly
in tlieir favor. Grateful for the en
couragement received the past season,
;v :f,m they labored under all the disad
v'i itagCLi incident to new undertakings;
''-1 eonvinced by experiment that they
"iti come up to what they promise, the
Proprietors will continue to exert them
! lvos to secure the confidence of their
''"finds, and to c;ive satisfaction in every
Apartment of their establishment.
Ho.ird, per day, Si ; Children and ser
' 'ints 50 cents; Horse 75 cents per day.
A. POWELL & CO.
T'!ne 19, 1827. 41-7
ihc moderate price of SKVKX DOL
LARS the single leap, to be paid wb.cn
the mart; is covered ; TEX Dollars the
season, payable at the expiration of the
season; and FIFTKJSN Dollars to in
sure a mare to be in foal, to be paid as
soon as the mnre is ascertained to be in
foal; with 50 Cents to the Groom in ev
ery instance. The season will com
mence the 1st day of March, and end
the 1st day of August. Particular at
tention will be paid to marcs sent to re
main with the horse. Separate lots are
provided for mares with young colts,
and they will be fed as required. Eve
ry attention will be paid to prevent ac
cidents or escapes, but will not be lia
ble for either.
Is a beautiful Chcsnut Sorrel, 5 feet 1
inch high, 0 years old this spring. He
was gotten by the celebrated horse Te
cumseh, his dam by old Citizen, his
grandam by Alderman, his great gran
dam by Roebuck, his great great gran
dam by Herod, his great great great
grandam by Partner.
JOILV CEO WELL.
January 7th, 1827. 2S
T'lb Subscriber has for sale low for
Cash, Bacon, Corn, Herrings, Flour,
and Lard 3 or 1 boxes of Hats
ALSO, A GOOD
Assortment of coarse Shoes.
The above articles being or. consign-
i procured. Since the preceding
term ot the Court, he had been
going at large, having been bail
ed out on the ground that confine
ment would endanger his life. At
the late term a motion was made
to continue his bail, but after ta-
meut, and sold entirely for Cash, par- king the opinion of physicians,
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mat conlmeinent would not now
endanger his life, the Judge re
manded him to jail. Thereupon
his father, the Governor, granted
him a fall and free pardon. De
sha cut his own throat when in
jail, and his life was despaired o
tor some tunc, but he eventually
recovered he breathes through a
silver tube inserted in his throat,
which has to be frequently chang
ed or cleansed. When it is re
moved, he strangles, and were it
not replaced, would soon suffo
cate. Whether guilty or inno
cent, he suffered more than the
pains of death, and will carry with
him to the grave, a mark which
sons wishing to purchase would proba
bly be able to buy them ( iieapcr than at
any other house in this place.
They are therefore respectfully soli
cited to call upon
Halifax, 12th July, 1S27. 48
RAX AWAY from the Sub
scriber, on Monday, Oth July,
a negro man named PHTER,
about 22 years old, 5 feet 4 or 5
tu inches high, well set, dark com
plected, broad face, front teeth large and
wiiitc, rather slow spoken, and a few
scars on his back occasioned by the
whip, and perhaps a few on his breast
short thick kidney feet. As be has
already made the attempt, it is highly
probable he wdl endeavor to make his
escape with some white person.
Twenty -five Dollars will be given to
any person who will apprehend the said
negro, and confine him in any Jail in
this State so that I get him again or,
Fifty Dollars if taken and confined in
any Jail without this State.
It would do well for people to be on
their guard, as be did on th day of his
elopement stab a man in attempting to
take him. No advantage of the law will
be taken by me of any person, who may
kill the said negro in taking or confin
Rocky Mount, X. C
July 13, 1827.
jTyThe Editors of the Raleigh Star will
give the above three insertions, and forward
the account to Rocky Mor.r. V- ht-Offic.c,
nothing can efface
Duelling. We learn that on
Tuesday evening, (says the Phi
ladelphia Gazette of the 6th inst.)
the captain and mate of a vessel
from Folly Landing, fought a
duel with axes, on the deck of
their vessel! They hacked one
another in fine style; but some of
the spectators, having little re
gard for this honorable method of
settling disputes, had them carri
ed before a magistrate.
Learning is to the mind, what
dress is to the bod v. useful and