Tarboroilgh, Edgecombe County, N C. Saturday, December S. 1827.
FoZ, IK No. 16.
THli "FREF. PRESS,"
. 7y GVo. Howard,
puMisbed weekly, (ev ery Saturday,) at
7710 DOLLARS per year, (or .52 imrn
nTS,) if PaK" vithiii ouo ioiuli after -Sub-crril)frsc.'tnn)C'u";
receiving their papers
f-'jo Dollars J" Fify (, it" paid within
MSinonihs and Three Dollars at thexpi-i-iiticn
of the year. Subscriber at liberty to
discontinue at any on paying arrears.
Subscribers residing ac a distance nuist
invaviablv pay in advance, or ;ivc a respon
sible reference in this vicinity. No subscrip
tion discontinued unless a notification to that
cfl'ect is given.
Aib u tisenients aot e:cccnn jd lines will
he inserted at .50 ce.its Xw fu-t insertion, and
rt5 cents eaci continuance. Longer ones at
that rate for eveiy J6 line-.
Letters addressed to ih (litoi- mast be
jyjames "im nons. Esc,, postmaster at
Halifax, and S. M. Si-.'; els, Iv.q. at Scotland
Neck, are agents for this office.
Tarboro9 Academy ;;
npiIE Trustees of this Institution wish
to engage a gentleman to superin
tend the Male department of this School,
the ensuing year. It is presumed none
will apply, but those who arc well qua
lified, and can produce the most satisfac
tory evidences of moral character. The
School io commence on the first of Jan
uary next. Letters addressed to the Se
cretary, post paid, will be attended to.
By older of the Board,
ROB ' T JO YNER, Scc'y.
Tarboro', 2isl Nov. LS27. 14-(i
fS the first Monday in January next,
the Subscriber purposes opening a
SCHOOL, at Town Creek Academy,
wheic may be taught, Spelling, Heading,
WYiiing, common Arithmetic, English
Grammar, Geography, Rhetoric, Natu
ral and Moral 'Philosophy, Chemistry,
History also, the Latin language, and
Greek Grammar and Testa in en t.
Board may be had convenient to the
Academy, for twelve or fifteen students.
'Perms of Board and Tuition will be ve
MARK if. BENNETT.
rjiHE MISS JENKINS'S will re
commence teaching the 7th of Janu
ary next. Terms for board and the
jirit rudiments of the English language,
Thirl' Dollars per session additional
jdics Oi arithmetic, grammar, geogra
phy, or needlework, plain and ornamen-
1, Thirty-two Dollars, half ol the lu st
to he paid on entrance.
The fust session will end on the 21st
of June the second commences the 1st
uf July and ends the 13th of December.
)ay Scholars Six or Eight Dollars per
esioi!, according to their different stu-
1 11 i i i i
uics. t Ji'ci'ts ami uuarmans 01 cun-
cVen nnv rclv on everv attention beinr trator on the estate of BLAKE II.
rai'l t: their comfort and improvement. WIGGINS, dee'd, requests all persons
frpMr. Drury Bryan, who lives a- having claims against said deceased, to
bout one-fourih of a mile from the present them properly authenticated
"jPHE Subscriber having qualified at
- November term, 1627, as adminis-
chool-housc. can take hoarders terms w
s.ime as above, 'to wit 1 went u-four
dollars per session.
Ccdar-IIill, one mile from Ses- ) 3
sum's Bridge Dec. 1.1S27. )
US. PLUNK ETT proposes taking
charge of this Institution the ensu-
mg year. Dr. DON NELL AN, whose
character as a gentleman, and whose
Qualifications as 1 Toucher arc well
nown wherever he is, has consented to
tt-come one of the instructors.
The branches taught, will be Spelling,
Heading, Vriting, Arithmetic, Gram-
n;ir, raising, Geography with the use
01 the Globes History, Mythology,
hlietoric, Natural Philosophy, Astrono
my, Chemistry and French. Plain and
Ornamental Needle-work, Music, and
'-lioilj parents wish and the number of
pupils i'lslify it, a teacher of Drawing
ami Dancing will be procured.
iic scnoiaslic year ot ten montns
v,iH commence on the 1st Monday in
'auuarv. and terminate the last, of Oc-
ober r,o vacation being given in the
forms per Session, payable in ad-
3)'c. I'm- liri-irl i nrI i ift i mr wntini'v.
i.e. ska t. 1.. ,.11 .s tUa.
-- i-vu, j uiiiuii in fin vj 1
-Iisb branches, 15. French, $20.
-Music, (which will be Miss PlunketTs
f partmeul) S25. Needle-work, 12
- No extra charges will he made, ex
P1 Si each to day-scholars, for fire
V(Jib oi) cents to each pupil for pens
'n'' ink, and the necessary charges for
yltspcnsnble books, which will be fur
at. the Petersburg retail prices.
o oung Ladies will be allowed to
J,Jard out, except sueff fs
talents in town.
cccount of forming the classes, it
s 'V.sirahlc that parents who intend
uinjt, should do so as early in Janu-
"v ds possible.
- 13. Each Young Lady to be fur
hrrl with a pair of sheets, blanket.
eilet and towels.
King J GatUnj
OESPECTFULLY inform their cus
tomers and the public generally, that
they have just returned from New-York
with a complete assortment of the best
That could possibly be procured in that
city, which will enable them to execute
their work in the most faithful, fashiona
ble and neatest manner. They likewise
have a variety of
Fancy Vestings, c. such as
White Vancias, (silk striped)
Figured and plain Silk Velvets,
Putfs, black Florentines of a superior
quality, and various other dark color
ed patterns too tedo.is .0 describe.
Patent Suspenders, thread Gloves,
White cravat siifleners, &c. &c.
Which they will sell uncommonly
low for cash or on a short credit to punc
tual customers. They will at all times
be found at their very recent stand,
Opposite I he Brick Si ore,
And one door above the store of Messrs.
Crane & Kingsbury; where thev will
thankfully receive all orders in their line
of business, and pledge themselves that
nothing shall be lacking on their part to
render satisfaction to all iiiose who may
favor them with 'heir patronage.
TarboiV, Nov. G, 1S27. 12
(COMMITTED io the Jail of Edge-
combe county, N. C. on the 16th of
November, 1S27, a negro fellow, who
says his name is HENRY, that he is
the property of Mr. James Okrey or
Akrey, and that he was purchased by
Mr. Okrey from Mr. Amos Rawls, of
Nansemond county, Va. Henry is a
boui 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 in
ches in height, spare built, no marks
perceivable. The owner is requested to
come forward, prove his property, pay
charges and take him away, or he will
be dealt with as the law directs.
FRED. BELL, Jailor.
Nov. 1S27. 15
hin Jne time nrescriDed nv law, or
this notice will be plead in bai of reco
very and all persons indebted to the
estate of said deceased, are requested to
make immediate payment.
WILL HK SOLD, at the late resi
dence of -aid deceased, on Tuesday, the
18th December next, one Negro Hoy,
with all the personal estate, consisting of
Horses, one valuable Slallion, Mules,
Calllc, Hogs, Corn, Fodiltr, Cation,
one lYagon and all the Household and
Kitchen Furniture, and Farming U
tensis with many other articles too
numerous to mention. Six months cre
dit will be given ihe purchaser, by giv
ing approved security before the proper
ty is changed.
November 27, 1 S27. i 5-3
At Prlf $ Joyner's Store,
In r the Lotteries wherein Yates &
M'lntyi j are concerned. All orders
addressed to the Subscriber, inclosing
Piize Tickets or Cash, post paid, will be
prompt tv attended to.
LEVI JV ILK INS ON.
Tarboro', Oct. 17, 1827. 9
s nave granu-
IMIE Subscriber begs leave to inform
the citizens of Tarborouoh and its
vicinity, that he I -is just commenced
a in an u factory of
BOOTS J1ND SHOES,
nPllL Subscriber respectfully informs
1 the inhabitants of Tarborouirh and
vicinity, iliat lie has returned to this
place for ihe purpose of re-commencing
his business. He can be found at all
times at the tavern ot Mr. rred. licll,
where ne hopes io obtain a share of pub
lic patronage, as he is determined to use
his utmost exertions to deserve it.
' IV M. II. 110 ELL.
Tarboro', Nov. 2S. S27. 15
Sto ) the Runaways!
11 AN OFF from Beaufort,
North-Carolina, where they
were employed on the Fortifi
cations at that place,
Seven Negro Fellows,
To wit: IIILLIARI), HENRY, LEW
IS, ANTHONY, ROY, ISAAC, and
FRANK. The three first-named Ne
groes were apprehended at Hicks' Ford,
Greensville county, Va. Anthony and
Roy were at the lime in company with
those apprehended, but effected their es
cape. Frank was left by the party some
20 or 30 miles beyond Halifax, N. C.
and Isaac some 5 or i0 miles on this side
of Halifax, both complainingof sickness
and unable to travel. Frank is a small
black fellow, and about 22 years of age
Isaac is a stout young fellow, about
21 years of age, complexion rather yel
low Roy is a slender black fellow, a
bout 20 years of age and Anthony is
a stout built black fellow, about 23 years
of age no particular marks recollected.
The above Negroes were making their
way to Norfolk for the purpose of join-
1 ing me.
A liberal REWARD will be given
Second Class of the
J. I. COHEN, Jr. & BROTHERS,
Have the pleasure to announce the Sets
ond Class of this Lottery, authorised by
the General Assembly of Maryland, for
the promotion of Science and Literature.
The number of Tickets (only Ten Thou
und) is considerably less than any Lot
tery for many years, and gives to ihe
Adventurer an ertcreased chance for the
Capital Prizes. THE DRAWING will
take place in the City of Baltimore on
Wednesday, the 19 th December.
$10,000, $5,000, &c.
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
3 prizes of 500 is 1,500
10 prizes of 100 is 1,000
20 prizes of 50 is 1,000
50 prizes of 20 is 1,000
100 prizes of 5 is 500
3000 prizes of 4 is 12,000
31SS Prizes, amounting to $3S,000
Of every description, at the laie stand of j for the apprehension of Frank, Isaac,
Mr. Sam'l Stillman, dee'd, where he in-R0y and Anthony, and should they be
delivered to Mr. Niblo of Petersburg,
tends keeping a constant supply of the
best materials, and workmen of the best
quality and where all orders will be
punctually attended to, and executed
with neatness and despatch. He has a
small assortment of shoes on hand, and
daily expects a supply from the North,
which will be sold on good terms for
Cilsh' JAS. II. HARTMUS.
Tarboro', Nov. 20, 1827. 14-4
he will pay for their apprehension and
all necessary expenses.
J. P. TAYLOR,
Capt. 3d Reg't Art. stationed at Old
Point Comjort, near SSorJolk.
Nov. 9, 1827. 13
Constables' Blanks for saley
At this Offitt
Only 10,000 Tickets in the Scheme!
The whole of them payable in Cash,
which, as usual at COHEN'S OFFICE,
can be had the moment they are drawn.
Whole Tickets, : : : : $5
Half do : : : : 2 50
Quarter do : : : : 1 25
Eighth do : : : : G2
(tT'Orders from any part of the Unf
ed States, either by mail (post paid) or,
private conveyance, enclosing the Cash
tor Prize I lckets in any of the Lotteries
will meet the same prompt and punctual
attention as if on personal application.
J.I. COHEN3Jr. t BROTHERS
(JJn the first class of the Litera
tttre Lottery drawn on the nth ulto.
BOTH the Great Capitals of 20,000
and 10,000 DOLLS, besides no less
than SIXTEEN of 2,000 and 1,000
Dolls, ivcre all sold at
No. 114, Market-street, Baltimore,
Where more Capital Prizes have been
sold than at any other office in America"
Baltimore, Nov. 1, 1S27.
AN APPRENTICE to the Printing
Business will be takcp St.thisOfficeT
if application is soon made,
- ov. 22, IS27. 15-5