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OFFICE OF THE
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rjjUIE Subscriber having made consul
-L erable addition)) lo his Printing Es
tablishment, is now prepared lo execute
in a neat and exp.dilious manner, every
d&scriptj n of
BOOK. PAMPHLET. AND JOB ,
lie will also kft p on hand, an assort
ment of BLANKS, of the most approve d
tornv, for tlerks of Couits, Sheriff, Con
stable, &c. &c.
His prices are- regulated by those adopt
ed at the Editorial C invention, held at
Rleigh a few months since, viz:
Handbills on medium, royd or super
royal qmin, for 30 c pu 3&2 50. for 50
c pi 00, and $1 for every addition
al 100 c p es.
11 r-e Hills for a light one, 30 copies,
$'A 00 Larger ones in proportion to the
sizr and number printed.
Small Cards, a single pack $2, and $1
for every additional pack.
Laige Cards, a "ingle pack S3 00, and
Si 25 lor every additional pack.
K'pt regularly on hand lor vile, 75 cents
per quire. Hh"ks printed to spt ei il or
tit r, tr y single quire $2, for every addi
tional qiire under five, Si: exceeding
five quiies 75 cents pet quire.
ratelul for past favors the Subscriber
h"pes to met ii and receive a continuation
of punhc patronage.
geo. no ward.
ni 1 1 E subscriber, as Administrator on
the estate of
Thomas Dickenson, dec-d,
Hereby notifies all the heirs of said Dick
en son to come forward or make known
their title to drceased est t. . Ii is con
jeciured that IVilliam Dickenson, broth
er ot the deceased, who removed to South
Carolina several years since, is now living
or has left heirs wh are entitled to pan
of said estate. The will of the deceased
wax made v ud, anil all the heirs come in
Recording io law. The estate is now rea
dy for settlement, and if application is not
rrad- to the subscriber io Edgecombe
cmj'i'v. North Carolina, within the lime
limited by law, I feel mvself autlmri
sed to settle wi'h the heir tn-t ate known.
MOSES BAKER. Adm'r.
July 1.4, I8:t8.
"Let there he light."
T is proposed to establish in the Town of
Washington, North Carolina, a new paper
under the above title and inottot 'i'he title indi
cates the political character of the paper, and the
m4t indicates its purpose. It will advocate
strongly and warmly tiie doctrines of the Old He
publican party the doctrines of 1798, '99 the
doctrines of Thomas Jefferson. It will maintain
a strict construction of the Federal Constitution.
It will of course resist the re-charter of a .Natioual
Bank in every form which Federal ingenuity can
propose, fs'uch an institution is believed to be not
only at war won uie constitution, but the worst
;io ne cumuieicuu ...ue1WI.ue..c 01 uie ouuui,
It has besides, many dangerous p
cies. The Republican will advocate a divorce Oe-
twan Bank and Slate. The union of Bank and
State is mutually corrupting, just as the union of
Church and Mule has been tound m all past history.
And asin our fre government it has been found,
that government can get along very well without
the aid of church, and the church best maintain
its purity with e-ut the interference or aid of gov
eruniet.t; so it will be found equally advantageous
t separate Government and Bank, and let each
rest upon its own merits. A great question is now
bel re the people ot this country. It is : "Shall
the people govern the banks, or the banks govern
the people!" It involves another question: Are
the pi.,ple capable f self-government! Are they
prepared to succumb to the dominion of a moneyed
aristocracy ! The odds are formidable : money is
jwwer, and a power ever adverse to popular tree
d -in. The danger from such power is in propor
tion to its concentration : and it may safely be as
serted, that a mre extensive and formidable con
cent ration i f the money power never existed in
any country than now exists in our own. It is
w-'giug ppa war with the people. It is even
now sweeping counties and States in its ruthless
and eonnuerinvr m;irch. All the purchaseable tal
ent of the ceuntry Ls enlisted against the people.
Pepular liberty is in danger. The people must
rally to the rescue. Thanks to the wisdom and
valor ( f cut forefathers, the political pow-ris still
in the Iv.mds of the people; a,i Siirev it can onlv
be necessary that they should be aroused to a
Eense of the danger The Republican will be
found on the side of th people and ao-ainst irre
sponsible power. Will the people be true to them-
. ihj .in ivv., v.. ni nov oe over
looked. A portion nt the columns of the Repub
lican will be devoted to improvements in Agricul
ture, Markets, &e.
The Republican will be published on a Sumv
Xoyal i-l;ee(, weekly, at two dollars fifty cents it
jj.hu vviuiui inrce monuis aiier ine receipt ot the
first number, three dollars if naid afterwards.
All communicatiens addressed, "Publisher of the
itepubiican," will receive attention
AN AWAY from the Subscriber, on
the 14th November, 1S36, ne gro man
Aged about 26 year, 5 lee' 6 or 7 inches
m height, weighing about 150 pounds, ye!
low complexion, with a pleasant look no
scats irmarks known of. Said negro tot
merly belonged to Moses Tison, in Pit:
county where ho was raised. The ahov
reward will b paid for his apprehensio.
and delivery to me mi Greene county, V
miles from Staulon-burg on the Raleig
road, or lodged in any jail so that I get hm
i gain. All persons are lore warned again-
harboring, employing, or carrying off sab
negro, under penalty of the law.
BENJ. C. D EASON.
Nov 20. 1837 4S
Hp HE Subscriber respectfully inform
the public, that he still continues t
carry on the
Gin making Business,
At his former stand,
In Greenville, Pill county, N C.
Wheie tho-e wishing new Gins can b
supplied with either German or polishes
cast steel saws at the shot test notice.
Those having Gins out of order ha
b st send them in at as early a day as cm
venient. When all wait (as is usually to
case) until ihey want to usr tlum, it i
sometimes impossild to furnish tlici
within the lime r quired.
In connection with this establishment, cot
linues to carry on the
Lock and Gunsmith business.
The making ol Saw Mill Raxes. Mil
Inks and Gudgeons, ami Altl Spindle."
with Steel Cottars (: rned,)tq ual oan
in the United States.
All orders in his line of business will I
thankfully received, and faithfully ai.
promptly executed on reasonable trms
NO It FLEET TVER.
.Tanuarv 30, lH:tS.
Jesse IV. Taylor,
TT$El'hC FULLY f u ms the ciii
Z lis id E"g- cotiibe and the adjoining
eouulies, thai be b is eomtnenced the
Next door to the Si ore of Messrs. II.
He hopes by a diligent attention to his
business, and a faithful and prompt xecu
lion of the work entrusted to him, to merit
and receive a share of pu lie patronage
I 14 f3S
JTTri fl I,' J m(1; hi I t v, f nan- i..ir nn tl,
a '; ' -'.
IVatcimun as it ougtit to he coo
ducted, while absent on collecting exp -di
Hons, and the impossibility ot longer do
ing withont the large amount due me for
6 years of labnr", have detet mined me it
sell the Establishment at the end of the
present year. The Subset iptiou List U
Jlbont Eight iinii
nd on l he increas. , and the Job Printing
and Adverti-h g good for at I. ast
800 a year.
gentleman ot 'talents and a sound Whig.
-hall have the Paper on the most liberal
terms. I would not willingh let it go in
o. any other service. A. earlv applica
lion is request d. . C JO YES
Editor and Proprietor
Sdisbun , June 2 K 1SH8
Books and Pamphlets.
7OK S LK. A co .eise History of lb
Kohukee Associi'ion, bv rJder Jo
ijr.ft Also, the Patriotic Discourse,
iiisket of Fragments, Mous gnawing on
d the Cathoiic trap, and No other tha
'aptist churches have a right to b-calb .
bristiaii churches: by Joshua Laurenc.
A Is i, Occurrences to the Life of Khh
loseph I4igis, vvrote by himself.
APPLY AT THIS OFFICE,
ME BC II ANT TAILOR,
mESPECTFULLY informs his Iriend
and the public generally, that he has
Spring and Summer
Consisting of Cloths lireen and black
summ- r Camlet,
Griped tbread Drills for pantaloons,
Plain black and figured Wsiings,
tlo black and figured Velvets,
Plain and figured V tlenci is,
do do Marseilles,
llaiu black and fanev Stocks.
mil so, on hand,
"Superfine hhie and black CI ihs,
! vi-thle grei n and tuotvn to.
smj'd ami corded Cassimeres ol various
!iosoms, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, &c.
II of which h w ill sell h w hr Cash,
r on a shor t credit to punctu d customers.
!l- trusts by tlup attention to business,
h his long experience therein, to giv
ie satisfaction t those who may favor
.im with their ordt rs.
He alo will keep constantly on hand
ui assortment of
Heady made Clo'hing,
Of the hes quality, manufactured by him
il. All woik despatched at the shortest
IVhoro', April 1 3" h, 183$.
Et.S leave to iniorm his customers
and the public generalh, that he ha
,'isl received Irnni New Y rk,
f splendid Assortment of
Suitable for Gent It men' & near.
S ipeifioe Cloths and Cashmeres, of all the
mosi fashionable ecdors,
dimmer Drills and Gambnnvs, for panta
ph.nili(! as(rt merit of Vesting, S'ocks.
liosoms & (dollars. Suspenders, ( loves.
And lie hns a f w
First rate Hearer Hat,
Of the latest fashion, very cheap and
will he si. d low lor Cash, or on a short
ertdit to punctual customers.
Tarbu. ', April I3tb IR3.
rp I IE subscriber has removed from Tar
hor. ugh, and established himself on
toe Raleigh road, near the store of J. C.
Ivoignt, on Cokey, where he continues
The milking and repairing
Col ton Gins.
All those who wish id supply themselves
vith Gins of the bet quality , are respt rl
lully solicited lo apply to the Subscriber
P isonallv, or by letter. All orders toi
Gios vvill he promptly executed. (iins
tot ol order will be expeditiously rep iired.
Persons wishing to h .ve work executed,
will phase leave their orders at the store of
J. C. Knight, Esq.
SAMUEL D PROCTER.
House, Landscape & Ornamental
'JIHE Subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Edgecombe county,
at he has located himself
hi Tar borough,
Where he is prepared to execute all orders
n his line ol business.
Those wishing gigs, sideboards, sitting
hairs, fire screens and the like painted.
'II bring them to the coach shop of Mr.
He will leave town and go into the
mnlry, when house painting is required
All orders in his lineol business will he
uankfully received and faithfully executed
ii reasonable terms.
LEIVIS DE ARQUER.
Tarboro', Feb. 26.
THE subscribers, thankful for the Iibe
ral patronage they have hereto ore
received, would respeetlully inform their
roomers and the public, that they have
REDUCED THEIR PRICES.
Vnd are now prepared to supply all order.,
which may he sent them, with
Yarns of Ike best (I'tUtij.
And upon terms as favorable as can he oh
tained elsewhere. Their time of credit as
luretolore, wi'b the usual di count for cash
They wouhl also inform those indebted
o the.nthat the interest ot ParkerV lease
in the Factory terminates with the end o
the present year, and therefore they "e re
quested to make payment by the Janu
ary next, either with cash or goed C"ti.ri,
which will be preferred, aud lor which the
highest nwket price will he allowed.
Nov. 20, 1837
HE Subscriber respectfully informs
the public, that he still continues to
manufacture and repair
Cotton Gins, Com Fans, and
AT HAMILTON, MARTIN COUNTY.
He alsn in Agent for I h disposal ot
Utnmuns Patent Threshing Machine,
in tins section ol the State, and will
ptomptly furnish those who may dc-sire
one ol them. They area very useful and
dm able article.
Jan. 2. 183S.
f n 1 H E Suliscriher have just completed
their new pertmen ti.nii of light laced
COOK AND JOB
Printing ''iff, i lowers and
The contents of which are herewith parti
Diamond, Pearl, no3. 1 and 2,
Agate, nos. I, 2, and 3,
Agale on Nonpareil body,
Nonpareil, nos. 1, 2,3 and i,
Minionetle, nos. 1 and 2,
Minion, nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4,
Minion on Brevier bedy,
Brevier on Minion body,
Brevier, nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4,
Brevier on Burgois body,
Brevier ou Long Primer body,
Burgnis on Brevier body,
Burgois, nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4,
Burgeis on Long Primer body,
Long Primer, nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4,
Long Primer on Small Pica body,
Small Pica, nos. i and 2,
Piea on .Small Pica body,
Pica, nos. 1,2 and 3,
Pica on English body,
English, nos, 1 and 2,
Great Primer, Paragon, double English,
Double Paragon, Cannon,
Five line Pica to twenty,
Eight line Pica goihic condensed to 25,
Seven line and ten line Pica ornamental,
G, 7, 9, 12 and 15 lines Pica shaded,
8, 10, 15 and 16 lines antique shadedi
A large and beautiful collection of Ftoio
ers. Horn P, arl to si v- n lines Pica, some
which aie. not to be lound in any other
specimen; a new assortment ol ornament
al D ishes, a variety of card Borders, ne: r
Tiro IhomandMelal Ornaments
Brass rule, leads of various thickness as
tronomical and physical sign, metalaml
brace dashes from 3 to 30 ems long, jjreat
primer and double pica scripts on r.'phnpd
body, diamond and nonpareil mtHC f Va
rious kinds antique light and heavy face
two line letter, lull face roman and italic
nonpareil, minion, brevies long primer
and other blacks, .nonpareil, minion and
brevier (ireek, Hebrew and Saxon.
A large variety f Ornaments, caleula
ed particularly for the Spani-h and S !.
American markets; Spanish, French and
I ortuguese. accents furnished to order
with every other article made use of in
The Printing bnsimss.
AH of which can he furnished at short no
'ce of as goad quality and on as reasona
hie terms as any other establishment.
CONNER $ COOK,
Corner nf Nassau and Stan streets
June 2, 1833. New Fork.
Expedition to theAnu
TRAVELLERS are informed ii, , ,
. Kail Koad between Pehrsburl "
Richmond is finished, con;pleiin
Main .Mail Line of Rau
IVortli Carolina and the
The tliff -rent Compan'ps on il.e nuie
star t a Line from Halifax on ther, 'l'lr
Wilmington Rail Road Co "$ Sia,.,.
Tianf icTf ivKlfdi nn1,l.io !..
reach New York Twelve hours in ,
vance of any other Line. 1
THE FOUOWING IS THE
Schedule of tkis Une.
Leave Halifax 5 to 5 P. M rearh p
let shut g 1 A. M.
Leave P. lersburg U A. M. reach P"
mond 3h A. M.
Leave Richmond 4 A. M. reach Wah
ington City 3J P. M.
Leave Washington 4 P. M. reacj, n,
timoiv C P. M.
Lfave Haltiniore 7 P. JNT. reach Pi i'
delpU.a 4 A M. '
Leave Philadelphia G A. M. reach Wv
York 2 P.M. 4
Only ne night's rest is lost on i!,r
route: the second night Pasengeij 5U
on boa id the 1
From Peiershnig this is i l.e MainUul
Line, and the d ff-tent Cunpmus are
bound in heavy penalties to run throu
mi u,. schedule lime.
Travellers when they teach ILlihx
will idease apply to the Petciibuig A
Uoad Co.'s Agen,
2. F. Halsey,
Who will aflurd 'hem ver facility.
Besides the ab-ve Fa si Lie iht re aie
o'her indep. t.dei.t Daily Lure mm n.gi
tne respective Kail Roads, so that in i,o
ease can Passengers be delated mou i,m
alf a day. Oo the Pel. ishur Iinti R 4
torn five lo six engines are rutuung dui'y,
ind Passengers at almost any liuur l ave
chance to reach P-teisborg.
In case an Passergets iJj to rpma'B
t Halifav all eight, ;m Engine "f 'h P
ershurg Rail R .ad Co will be lound ntxt
oming at (iary !) pot
Petersburg Rail Road Office. )
JY. Carolina Journal
JM" assuming the Editorial (hpntnrn:
of the North Carolina Journal, p o-
-use to make it a vehicle ol genera!
uselul information, giving the ejirlics' in-
ormation of the pass,.g events of the il-iy.
The Politics of the Journal will hf 'be
sam as tieretofore. We will adv cti-the
course of the present National Admini:
Iration, as long as they opp-e Ine ca
tering of any Bank of the United Sim
and are in favor of an Indep -iiiient Tru
sury; and support the leading juitic'!'' 5
tf the Republican family.
Our Politics are of the Ji fTersonian di
riocratic principles, in conlradislincliou'o
the 'Aa Party" measures of ihe Whig5.
Raukites, Clayiies, and (Conservatives0
the present day, who seek lo sheher t
selves under the mask of Na P'l!J
Men.9' Our party is known, a -J ltipre'
lore we will advocate our c arise ih 'r'il'1
and justice, and al the same time, fied-r
political opponents with that rcsped
which ought to he observed among '"H5
We intend to improve the generd ap
pearance of the JotimJ in its t viiuraphi-
cal xeculioo, and print.it on as i?oud pa
pT as tne marltet alj mis.
We further propose to reduce t'1? P11
Ot Ihp Jnnrt.il I.. t.., t ..fir iM'"1"
chance of being libenfui siibc i ,in:
nd assisting us in nromotins the loci
cause of Uemoeracv
,"uuium win ue puuusneu in lutuii .
lnlIo 1 . ' -1 in M
auu uuy cents per annum, u "'
yance, three dollars if paid at the ot f.
months, and th nts at ID?
end of the year.
f-tyetleville, June 23.
A N excellent new Corn Sbeller, me
xm"hy Mr. John W'jlson, of Ihm
an he had on reasonable and acconnmoc,v
'ng terms, on application
AT THIS OPTICS-