Whole No. 108.
Tarborongh, Edgecombe Connlij.N. C. Saturday, November 10, 1827. FM, IV. No. 12,
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J7M amcs Simmons, Esq. postmaster at
Halifax, and S. M. Nickels, Esq. at Scotland
rcck, are agents for this office.
THE Proprietor of the Factory now
in operation at the Falls of Tar Riv
er, respectfully informs his friends and
tiie public, thai lie has now on hand a
huge quantity of
0f all the numbers from 4 to 20, but
principally of tiie coarser numbers;
which he is deposed to sell low lor
Cash, or in exchange for good Cotton.
His machinery is in part new, and all in
thorough icpair, and superintended by
.inexperienced and skilful manager; and
he thinks his Yarn may be recommend
ed as equal to any in the United
Falls of Tar Hi ver,
Aug. GO, 1S27.
50,000 Dollars ! ! !
AN WEDNESDAY, 7lh November
next, the following SPLENDID
PRIZES will be distributed fi 'oni the
wheels of the
mil Class, for 1857.
Three numbers on a Ticket cannot draw
-'ess than S300- Two mini hers cannot
lraw less than $ 10, and may draw Si 20.
One number on a Ticket must draw S20.
1 prize of $50,000 i 50,000
1 prize of 20,000 is 20,000
i prize of 10,000 is 10,000
1 prize of 4.520 is 4,520
1 prize of 3,000 is 3,000
1 prize of 2,500 is 2,500
2 prizes of 2.000 is 4.000
G prizes of 1,000 is ti.GOO
G prizes of 500 is 3,000
30 prizes of 120 is 1,GS0
39 prizes of 100 is 3,900
39 prizes of 00 is 3,510
33 prizes of SO is 3,120
39 prizes of 70 is 2,730
39 prizes of 60 is 2,3 10
prizes of 50 is 3,900
273 prizes of 40 is 10,020
1 Hfi prizes of 20 is SS,9?0
At Bell Joyncr's Store,
In all the Lotteries wherein Yates &
M'Intyre are concerned. All orders
addressed to the Subscriber, inclosing
Prize Tickets or Cash, post paid, will be
promptly attended to.
Tarboro', Oct. 17, 1S27. 9
YiriSHES to inform his friends and
customers, and the public general
ly, that he has
Just received from Nciv-Yorh,
His fall supply of
In his line of business at his new stand
nearly opposite his former stand, and
next door to the Iirick Store.
He has on hand,
Superfine blue ami black cloths,
do. olive and green, for frock coats,
do. steel mixt and drab,
do. blue, black, drab and brown cas
simeres, A very handsome assortment of fancy
vestings, such as,
Striped valcneias and toilenelts,
Figured and plain velvets, superior qua
lity, Patent suspenders, white anil black cra
vats, cravat stiffencrs,
Gloves, silk handkerchiefs, &c. &c.
A complete assortment of Trimmings
of every description olo. a few of Jo
seph Joel's first rate BEAVKR II ATS,
Ldo. second quality which he is deter
mined to sell on very reasonable terms
for cash or to punctual customers.
Tarboromrh, Oct. 9,1827. 8-6
'piE PUHLIC EXAMINATION
for the second session is to commence
on the 21st of November next, and to
continue three days lower branches
first, and higher branches of English,
with the languages, last. On Saturdaj',
the 24th, will be
d Rhetorical Exhibition.'
The friends of the vouth. and all of ihn
vicinity interested in the promotion of
education, arc respectlully solicited to
attend the above named exercises of this
October 24th, 1827. 10-3
npHK Subscriber intends leaving this
State within three or four weeks. I
caution the public, therefore, from credit
ing any person whatever on my account
from this date, unless they have a writ
ten order from Mr. Lemuel Lonsr,vhom
j I have appointed my agent, or from un-
uer my own nana.
MAC LIN BASS.
Halifax, N. C. Oct. 24, 1S27. 10
0)1 prizes, C 14190 $227,010
MM blanks, I Tickets. $
. 0f which $3000 will be paid in Al-
Whole Tickets. - S20 00
Unices, - - - - 10 00
Quarters, - - - 5 00
Eighths, - - - 2 50
., Ifp0rdcr from any part of the
enclosing the Cash or Prize
'tts, (post paid) will be very prompt
ly attended to, if addressed to"
YATES Sr M'INTYRB,
Raleigh or Fayettcvillc
APPRENTICE to the Printing
Business will be taken at this Office,
11 application is soon made.
r-rar borough, Oct. 1827.
ISS E. lilt Y A NT, from the North,
near Scotland Neck Post-Oilier?, for
YounET Ladies. She teaches snellimc.
reading, writing, arithmetic, plain and
ornamental needle-work, grammar, geo
graphy, history, astronomy, IJIairs Lec
tures on Rhetoric, the Elements of Che
mistry, natural and moral Philosophy.
Price of tuition, $8, and S10, per
session, agreeable to their studies. The
Subscriber will take boarders at $.5 per
month, and will make use of every exer
tion to give satisfaction. Miss Bryant
is not surpassed by any tutoress in the
State her qualifications can be attested
by David Clark, S. J. Inker, and Wil
liam K. Smith.
23d Oct. 1S27. 10-3
Only 10,000 'Pickets,
In the Second Class
Of Maryland the drawing of which
will take place in the City of Pultimore
on Wednesday, the 19 th of December.
$10,000, $5,000, &c.
GREAT BARGAINS !
For a short time.
rjMIE Partnership now existing under
the fi rm subscribed hereto, will ex
pire by limitation on the first day of Ja
nuary next in order to facilitate the
closing of the business, their present
stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
of which upwards of One Hundred
and Fifty packages have been received
from Auction Sales within the last few
weeks, and which altogether is worth
more than SIXTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS, will be offered in many instan
ces much below PRIME COST, and in
all a great deal cheaper than they can
be procured elsewhere. We are aware
that it has been said advertisements of
this kind are frequently sent forth to de
ceive the public, such is not the case in
the present instance, we beg leave to
stale positively and distinctly that our
object in sacrificing the usual prof Is
on this desirable Slock of Goods, is for
the. purpose of closing this concern
within the limited time. The goods
will be arranged in the course of this da',
and offered on the above terms: our old
friends and customers whose favors we
have so long experienced, are partial
tarty invited to reap the advantages
attendant op. such a sale it will afford
us pleasure to see them partaking of the
general benefit. Merchants and Plan
ters will find the present an opportunity
of procuring cheap goods seldom to be
NOBLE, PAUL, S? KELLY
Oct. 20. Bol I in brook-street.
1 prize of $10,000 is $10,000
1 prize of 5,000 is 5,000
1 prize of 3,000 is 3,000
1 prize of 2,000 is 2,000
1 prize of 1,000 is 1,000
1 prizes of 500 is 1,500
10 prizes of 100 is 1,(00
'2d prizes of 50 is 1,000
50 prizes of JO is 1,000
100 pri.es of 5 is 500
:;000 prizes of -1 is 12,000
Land for Sale.
rpIIE Subscriber has a piece or tract
A of PINKY WOODS LAND for
Eight hundred Acres,
More or less lying in the county of
Edgecombe, eleven miles east of Tarbo
rouirh, and ten miles south of Hill's
Ferry. The Land is beautifully situa
ted, with a good dwelling-house and
other out-houses; there is open land
enough to make three or four hundred
barrels of corn, with an excellent apple
Orchard good for thirty barrels of bran
dy, and an excellent range for hogs,
cattle, and sheep. The Land can be
bought low and on a credit. Any per
son Wishing to purchase may do well,
by making application to the Subscriber,
and the price and credit will be made
September 25(Ji, 1S27. 7
:l)S Prizes, amounting to $38,000
The whole of them payable in Cash,
which,as usual at COHEN'S OFFICE,
can be had the moment they are drawn.
llViolc Tickets, : : : : f5
Half do : : : : 2 50
Quarter do : : : : 1 25
Eighth do : : : : G21
To be had in the greatest variety of
No. 114, Market-street, Baltimore,
Where in the last Lottery were obtain
ed, the whole of the following
42G1, Capital $20,000
10130, : 10,000
33G, : 2.000
7002, : 2,000
11011, : 2,000
1GG47, : 2,000
191G1, : 2,000
1 9230, : 2,000
20S95, : 2,000
2S797, : 2.000
29993, : 2,000
&c. &c. &c. &c.
And where more Capital Prizes
have been sold than at any other office
j&Orders from an' part of the Uni
ed States, either by mail (post paid) or,
private conveyance, enclosing the Cash
lor Prize Tickets in any of the Lotteries
will meet the same prompt and punctual
attention as if on personal application.
QJ" Address to -
J. I. CO HEN. Jr. BROTHERS,
Oct. 2.1. IS27. Baltimore.
Husband s authority to correct
his Wife. The authority which
the husband has sometimes claim
ed, under the law, to inflict cor
poral chastisement upon his wife,
seems not to have been given by
the Hindoos. Their code con
tains the following maxim: "Strike
not, even with a blossom, a vifb
guilty of an hundred faults."
Curiosity. A gentleman on
his way from Boston to Vermont,
stopped at a tavern where he met
an inquisitive country fellow, wiio
said to him, 'where have you come
from, if I may be so bold!' 'Not
bold at all, I came from Boston
Where are you going, if I may be
so bold! I am going to Vermont.
Who are you going to see there,
if I may be so bold? I am ffoinsr
. . i
to see the widow M . Are you
a married man, if I may be so
bold? I am a widower. Are you
going to be married to the widow
M , if I may be so bold? That's
too d d bold!
A Bull. An Irish gentleman
whose lady had absconded from
him, cautioned the public against
trusting her in these words: "My
wife has eloped from me without
rhyme or reason, and I desire no
one will trust her on my account,
for I am not married to her."
Important. A pamphlet has
jDeen published in France, entitled
"the art of putting on a cravat in
thirty-four different ways, with the
To be angry is to revenge the
fault of others upon oursclyee.