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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, IS1Q.
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31ARTIX VAS CUKEX.
roi vice raEswsST,
. RICHARD M. JOHNSON.
r . FARMERS' TICKET
For Electors of President and Vice
j " President.
l't Dis'rict. Drury Dobbins.
2nd DUtiict. George Bower.
3rd District. Henry Fulemvider.
4 h District. Iiurton Craig.
5th District. Littleton Givyn.
6.h DUtrict . ?. C Gotten.
7th District. Lanchlin Bethune.
8th District. William Berry.
9th District. Josiah O. Watson.
IQih Distiict. IVilliam P. Williams.
11th Distiict. 7. IV. Mebane.
1 2th District. Charles E. Johnson.
13th District IV. L. Kennedy.
1 4th Dis'rict
loth District. Wm. .V. ,2she.
. The election takes place on Thursday,
the 1 2th No .Mnher next.
(jWe are indebted to the attention of
Mr. IVm. F. Dancy, for pamphlet copies
of the Address delivered before the Alum
ni and Graduating Class of the University
of this State, by Daniel M. Han i ngcr, Esq.
and the Catalogue of the Trustees, Faculty,
and Siuder.ts. Of the first we will briefly
remark, that it amply sustains the literary
reputation of its distinguished 1 author.
On examining the Catalogue, we were
doubly gratified; first, in seeing that the
students number 171, a larger number than
have attended the University for several
years pist secondly, the respectable del
egation sent from this town and coun
ty, viz: John S Danry, Leonidas L. Dan
cy, William F. Dancy, and Robert R.
Bridgers, of the Senior Class; William F.
Lewis, of the Junior Class; John L. Brid
gers, Franklin Hart, and Jas. W. Lancas
ter, of the Sophomore Class; and, John R.
fiercer, of the Freshman Cass.
HUZZA FOR PENNSYLVANIA.
Returns from the elections in Pennsyl
vania render it almost certain, that the
key-stone Stale is safe for Mr. Yran Buren
in the coming Presidential election, and
by an increased majority. The latest ac
counts from Georgia, however, indicate
that that State will vote against him. We
copy the following from the Richmond
. Georgia. The Augusta Chronicle
(Whig) gives us a table of return1' from
62 out of the 93 counties. The vote, so
fir, is f jr the Wh'g Congressional Ticket
32,062, and the - Dem critic candi lates
26,6.44 giving a majority of 5,4lS to the
Whigs when last year the same counties
gave them a majority of 1,242. Thv
counties yet to come in ae generally
Democratic, and will in all probability
smartly redtice the present majority, hut
it cmnot extinguish it. The Democrats
then, are beaten note, but an indomitable
spirit animates them, and they will not
stay beaten. They are rallying for the
great battle of November. We will noi
believe, until we s e it, that Georgi has
abandoned the Southern State Rights' flig
and given her vote to swell the torrent of
Ablitionim. We counted upon Geor
gh and Maryland for Martin Van Buren
nit vve-wil' not give them uo yet. We
y ield not an inch of ground, till the battle
is over. . And even thr?n, when Virginia
still flies t he flg of the Republic, we trust
to their rallying under it. But how stands
the fortune of war at the present moment?
In the election of '36, the following Sta
tes voted for M. Van Baren: Louisiana 5
Alabama 7 Illinois 5 Missouri 4
AT. Carolina 15 Maine "10 Pennsyl
vania 30 New York 42 Mississippi 4
Michigin 3 Arcansas 3 New Hamp
shire 15 Connecticut S- Virginia 23
R,ode Jslund 41 73 being 30 more
than'a majority. Even striking off from
the above Louisiana, 'N. Carolina, Con
necticut and Rhode Island, (though N.
Carol ina and Louisiana may yet be re
deemed,) and wc shall in all probability
carry Maine and Michigan, we lose- 32
votes Rutin lieu of them, we shall have
what we did not obtain in '36, Tennessee
15 S. Carolina 11 making 26 be
sides our prospect for carrying, Ohio, 21
votes. AsJ'nr yIar land and Georgia," we
lost ihein .in-ss, and mav lose them again,
.. .. ,VWMR UU1 IHUUIUillC. 1 1 V ,J
vw V crowinSon lhe pfrt of The
nigs? Why are they thus transported
insft excesses of exultation? T-et
them be.assured, that the battles far as
we have hoard, is not yet tougru arm won.
Heads up! The skies nre yet bright,
Let us battle to the last and let each
S'otr and every man. do his duty. Let
every one fijht to the very last, as if the
victorv depended upon hi 9ing'e arm.
Even at the vort.-. if "we rannot com
mand success, we will ch s rve it."
From the Nashville Union.
TO THE OLD PATRIOTS OF THE
SOUTH AND WEST!
Andiew Jackson, your old chief, h a
private citizen. You followed him to the
fieid you fought with him you con
quered with him you rejoiced with him.
Your fime and his fame, your principles
and hi; principles, are identified. Ho
has left the in. press of his spirit on the
peeplo with whom he; has as-ociatetl ihro
life, nook', generous, brave, indepen
dent, lie has bieiithed new life into the
Republican institutions of his country
and ts lecognistvl both at home and abroad
as the gre.ilest man of the age.
He is now a priva'c citizen. He aks
the privilege ontv which the Constitution
gnaran'ees to every freeman: however
humble His old friend call upon h'm
as they would upon any other distinguish
ed citizen in whom they havr confidence,
to meet with them at public dinners, pre
pared in honor of him" and the principles
which characterized hi administration.
Whenever his health has permined. h?; h s
joined litem, and al O ln-r times h s written
an apology expressive of his views with
reg.ul to the great conUsi ujw waging
between the two contending pir.Ls in t!ie
country. His old pi in ijdes are dear to
them thejeountry w hith he delVnd d, and
its intitutioiiS, wlncn he has eherilud,
are the objects of his first and la?t solici
tude. Among the letters he Ins recently written
to his friends who have invited him abroad,
is the following to the committee of the
citizens of Weakly county:
"Hermitage, Sept. 1, IS 40.
"Gentlemen: 1 am truly sony that the
slate of my health ptwvnts my a'c p'auce
of the Kind invitation yon hve been pleas
ed to convey to me, on behalf o! tiie citizens
of Weakly county, to partake of a public
dinner with them at Dresden. 1 can scarce
ly hope to enjoy again, with any considei
tb!e portion of my country, the plea-ures
of the festive board; but I am not iIvj less
sensible to the kindness which prompts
such invitation, and which on this oeasion
particulaly merits the warmest expression
of my gratitude and thanks.
ln regard to the struggle between the
Democratic and Federal paities, which is
now agitating the country, I place my con
fidence where I have always done, in the
discrimination, virtue, and firmness of Un
people, and I do not doubt or fear the re
sult. The Federalists c.dl themseh esWhigs,
but the people cannot but see that they hold
no principles in common with the Whigs
of our glorious revolution. They w ill be
Fedeialists when they get power, by what
ever name they cnoi.se to call themselves
before they get it. They wiil go lor a
National Hank for luiernd Improve
ments by the General Government for a
protective Tariff unwarranted by tlie Con
stitution and for that policy generally,
which siiengihens the General Govern
ment, by taking power una. c s-anly from
the States and the people. Tr.e Democrat
ic parly, on the conliary, have no profes
moiis lo make which are new or doubtful.
They adhere to the Constitution as it w;?
expounded by the friends of popular Gov
ernment as t was administered bv Mr.
. fferson, in the days of 1800, and as it has
been since maintdued by thoe states
men who have recognised the principle
that ti e people are able to govern them
selves. Thus looking at these parties Gen
Harrison representing the principles ofj
tie Federalists, and Mr. Van Muren those!
of the democrats or n publicans 1 cannot '
entertain a doubt that the people w ill ral i
ly as they did in the contest between the
elder Adams and Mr. Jefferson, and repu
diate, as they did then, those claims to
power which are inc insistent with the
rights of the people and the Slates.
1 am gent'emei,, very respectfully,
"Your obedient servant,
Thus speaks the man whose long life has
been successfully devoted to his country.
With no ambition to gratify, with noth
ing to hope for orto desire on earth but
the happiness of the Amtrican people and
the welfare of their Government, ho set s
the gorgen head of Old Federalism as it
existed in the Hjitfjrd Convention, ri
sing aguin. He was in Congres with
Harrison more than forty years ago. He
knows him to have been an old school Fed
eralist he has known him intimately ever
since, and no man. in the United States is
better acquainted with his military and
civil pretensions than Andrew Jackson.
We tall upon the old patriots of the
South and West to stop for a moment and
reflect. Have any of you lost your course
and distance? Have the fogs of Federal
ism shut out the light of truth? Jackson
brushes thern with his right arm, and points
to Van Buren as a sure and certain land
mark by w hich the people may again ruide
their ship of state in the-hai bur ', of Repub
lican safety. Once more we ask you to
read his letter to Dresden read it atlen-j
("CPTbe negro fellow who committed
an outrage upon Mr. Gause of this to.vn.
omc tin e ago, was brought to trial at the
lae term of Duplin Superior Court, on a
charge of highway robbery, and convicted
of ile same.
lie was sentenced by judge Dick to be
hung on the 23. Wilmington Citron.
fJJA drunken negro who had fallen
asleep across the track of the Rail Ra I,
in a deep cut a few miles this side of Hali
fax, had his head taken o(f by the engine,
on Saturday. ib.
Negro Revolt. On Saturday last, ays
the Baltimore Sun, several negroes be
longing to Mr. Green's plantation in
aline Arundel County, Md. refused to
obey the overseer, and thieatened to mur
der'Mr. G's family. The police were
summoned, and meanwhile the m-groe
armed themselves with sevthes and clubs.
The officer received a severe wound lion
x sevthe. The whites wereobltged tollj ;rjlnt tollsort oi Joseph li. Liulejoun,
the negroes pursued them, and they were' t-jrinei., 0f Granville coumv, iu this
saved omy ny lae ueeinuss i men huish..
The negroes with one exception, have
Pork. Wc advise the farmers not to
sidl titr ir pork at present, especially at the
rates ofT.-red $2 50. A few specu
lators, with large bank accommodations,
are now traversing the country, we under -
md, and are engaging all they can at S1
i . -..i .1. ... ...
io v r.ue. in some iusLauee, iney yrt:i .
.ttemptiug tobiibe the farmers, by oiler-; L -V, l?lhol) ol th,? l'"ceso. Seve
ing Sd 50 if II irrison is elected, a id ouU j'-'1 (,t ,he cU :rSY arc txpeor.l on th.socca-
f ...... . . t n ft.. KMfi
S2 50, or S3, if Van Ruren is re-elected.
LpI n i ime he dcceivi'd bv this infamou
procedure.. The price of pork will gnl
up. They know it: but ihey hope- to j
iinbo you by deceiving you. we nave
no doubt but pork will biing from S:i 50
to Si before the 1st of January. This i
lhe natural effect of the Independent
Treasury law. Honest banks will do
belter than those who are encouraging
ihis swindling system.
Wabash (hi-) Enquirer.
frPAt Louisville, Kv. on the 3d int.
contracts weie made .'or pork al S3 gtos-. j
It was expected that the quanlily wouhi i
l)e largo, ;md prices would decline. Fiourl
was declining. Sales al S3 75 a S i
At New Orleans 30th ult. receipts rf
cotton continued large. About 1700
bales sold during lhe previous three days,
nearly all new, at c, decline; for Missis
sippi and Louisiana, fully middling fair to
f.dr U 5 S; for old Mississippi very good
ordinary S c. Buyers for Europe aie
shy of purchasing at present prices.
jJPrimc nctv Cotton, is selling at
Petersburg for 10 cents. Old Co'ton,
jfrom good to fair, at to 9J. Hal. Beg.
Norfolk Market, Oct. 16. Cotton, S
i 10 cents; Corn, 50 to 53 cents; lLcon,
(hog round) 12 to 12i; Lard, 13 to 11
Washington Market, Oct. 21. Corn
Wholesale,' S2 a S2 10. ILcon i.!es 9
a 10 cents, hams 12 cents. Naval Stop s
New dip, SI 0; Old, Si GO. S rap
70 cents. Tar, SI 10 Fish shad, SaSy.
Herrings, cut, 4 00; whole, S2 50 a
S3 00. Rep.
FOR THE TAUDUllO PKESS.
TO FARM Kits AND W CRKINC.MKN.
Farmers and workingmen! let's tliink about the
v leg r nuveniimi.
Anil the candidate, approved by their whitish
When to the election in November we do go.
And not to vote for principles we do not knowi
Farmers and workingmen! who.composed the whig
That nominated a bank and abolition hero, of very
They were abolition and whig speculators, (O,
democrats,) i.ot a few.
That brought a bank and abolition, Tip and Tyler
Farmers and wojkinsmen! counted, in the whig
W hig lawyers, speculators and abolition men, I
guess there were some;
Anl thee men will destroy our Washington in
stitutions, Dy making banks and abolishing slaveiy in this
Farmers and workingmen! do not approve cf a
Nor help the whiggies in their new log cabin in
ventions; For they are of the right kind to deck a cabin
Men npon whom a hot summer day never
Farmers and workinjrmen! support not. a man,
Who is recommended only by a very tricky clan;
Do not have a hero, made by abolition whig law
yers, Who are more fond of hard cider than a log cabin
warrior. R. B.
At his residence, in.Pitt county, on the
I2ih in st., Dr. Robert Williams, in the
S3d year of his age.- Although this ex
cellenl man M p sd the ordinarily al-
lotted ?pan-of human nte, yet ii ms coun
try cr 'friends could have prevailed, his
life would huve b?en s ill protracted. He
was n noble remnant" of the best days of the
republic, and his example was well calcu
lated to guide the rising generation in the
paths of viitue and honor. He manifest
ed his patriotism, by his arduous and disin
terested services of his country in her days
ol Revolutionary danger, ami proved him
self to be '-a friend in need." His charac
ter inspired his felloe citizens with unboun
ded confidenc e, and he long represented his
County in the Legislature, where he was
ul ays found the firm enlightened advocate
of w ise and salutary measures.
In his piivate relations' as a F.dlvr, his
alIeciion.de bosom was the home of his
children. Asa friend an I neighbor, his
hospitality ws kind and liberal. His
memory will bei hei ished with iondnessaud
veneration by all who had the happiness
lo know him.
'Deep fr the dead that grief must he,
W ho ne'er gave cause to rive tieh.re."
Cum. Hal. lieg.
In Tennessee, on the lGlh ult. Mrs Lit-
In iiahih, on Wednesday night the
Hth int. Mrs. Elizabeth Dudley, wife of
Edward 15. Dudley, Governor of .North
('and in in.
COM MC.MCA IT. I).
j i .'r.ioro will be consecrated on Sunday,
nheisih Nov r next., bv tin: Rt. Kevereml
li II i- 1 .TtVJ.
..-, Turbnrovtsh and Arte York.
! OUI'.ai. . per Tarbortf. Xew Yuri;.
tjacoti, - j I!, 1) 10 10 11
' Ih'.m.ly, apple, j gallon 00 7" -10 50
j CoilYe, - j 1!) IJ. It) y 13
.Gnrn, - bushel 33 40 47 52
It'oiu-n, - J!, 8 y 8 H
j Cottoii bagritir, yard CO 25 15 IG
j I'h'ur, '- barrel SO $5$ 5i
Iron, - Jb 5 G 3 4
hard, - , 9 10 7 10
.Molasses, - gallon 40 45 22 30
j Sugar, brown, Ib 10 I2 6 y
j Sail, T I. - bushel ' 60 05 32 33
Turpentine, barrel 150 1G0 225 234
wheal, - bushel 05 75 120 130
whiskey, - g;lbi 35 40 32 31
DO hereby ceiiily, that all person
1 wl.a'soevrr are forbid hunting on m
inclosed land-:, under lhe penalty of llr
laws ot North Carolina.
IVM. T. ELLIXOR.
Oct. 7, IS 10. 4 3 2
Jl Teacher JVanted,
V ILUTJKLOKS A ('A I) KM V.Mar
tin cum, N. ('. A iii in u g toe
UK'ial ha'ui, elcul.l- d to ii :ich 1 1 c V.-
iih !;c g :;ig' .i it qoued. A fair prio v l
he i. tic I I'd. Apply h III'- 15'h Dec. ntxi
N F HOOKER.
iv v cusmsG
LEWIS II. Hi BELL
l re. Oct 25. I S t() 4 : :
Forwardiiep: ad Storage,
BY HENRY V. NIEMEYER,
POiiTSI- U Til. VA
Aiijm.i 29, i.s 10. :g :iin
M ft K? ISX 11
Over the Tarborough Course,
WILL COMMKNTK on Tuesday.
ihf- 27'h insi. aod continue '.I day.
sf day. a Swecpnake forihrnyiar
olds, Slot) f-nti aoce, hall lot felt, 1 hi ee or
moie lo make a r .ce, to close the previous
2nd day. Jneky Club pnrs-, S200, two
Tiih heats. Ptilnnre S7 50 sabscribers,
Si 5 nun subscribers.
:W day. Purse worth at !rat Si 25
mile heats, h-st three in five, entranre 5
ubscrtbers, S 1 0 non subscribers.
WM. FOXHSLL, Proprietor.
October I si, 1S-10. 40 4
rjnIIK Stihpriber offers for sale on very
moderate and accommodating terms
fl good Cotton Gin"
Of 37 saws-i, is in prime order and
ready for immediate use,
Also, one ol Harmon's Patent Thresh
tns Machines, which with one horse it i
a.d wiir thresh from 125 lo 150 bifsheU
ol wheat, rye, oais and rice, and from 150
to 200 bushels of peas per day.
' V v - GEO: HOWARD.
larboro , October 31.
- - - -'au:c; JXj&r V5ir jS'Si.
Ana Phcnix Kittcr,
lent mediemes hUVe ar -. f,.
ring almost every disease to
human frame is liable i
with aliimst ever mid m
became known bv their jruir , '
wm ks have testdi M . cir;
t l,'fUl .1
not thrive bv I he t.uili ..r .1. .
In cases of Csti eness, l)Vs
s ami Liver nfl'-nimn a. .P'li.
SM.Ied Pains, KhconnnU t
g-es, Oixiinate I had.;, tVfrs
ol the Fluids, Unhe:d,l,v
he skin, Nervous Debilny, 1' ,
incident ii females i,, th l;,,'
ry kind of ue,tkiiess in il jj, tl;J"'
gnus, and in all g. ncr.d l)..-:,,," f r
'ie:ilih, thee ut-duines h ne an)?'
a certain .mcl speedy '
1'h.y restore vigorous lu-alih
exhausted eon.iilntions. A sii'..' "
a ill place the 'ei:i
Life I9 ills and S?henix Biit
lieyuml the reach of com,,,
e?tim iiion of every p.jtiem. '
Prepared ami suhl, wholes de nnl
aMV . U. MOKFA'rs Medical r
375 lrnadway, New York. I
N. H. N- ne are genuine ,88 ,lp ;
the lac simile ..I'J dm Aloffn's ";;
U-The Life IMIsare sold i h
Pi ice, 25 rents, 50 cents, and $ ' j
aecordi.. lo the size; and ll:e PlJ
lers i l,oi;es, at I or $2 eatli, '
For gratuitous distribution-
resting hull- pamphlei, entitled
Desigried ;is a don estic gui,je io l.f
containing accurate i.dWrnalioii J
rei ning the most prevalent disease?,
l.he most approved re medicsby W'nj
MotTat. Apply to
KjJast received, a fresh supply o!,
above imvaluable medicines.
Taiboi.. Oct. IS40.
"W"OU are hereby ordered to meet 1
our regular parade ground in Tarb"-1
ro' o"i Friihiy and Saturdav , ihe SO h
dlt days of O'-toher inst.. quipped at::j
law directs. All tho-e lnving arm
their posesion bidonging to ths Slate. a f
C' (iiii al to haxe them on the gr.wnl;'.
lh-i time, or their bonds will be placed
an ofii. t r's hands for collection. OnFr
day, a Court Martial wiil bj held
those having buiness with lhe same, an
directed then to attend.
CH. IS. IURRIS0X, Copt
October 1:3. 1810. 42 2
'IIH Exercises nl i ids intuition '
i" cninief.ce on Thursday. I lit ,i!
'!" f Gctuber, which iierea lei wdh
the jegtihir time f r eoiiam ncinj the Ii
-eN-i; of ib,- aeadernical year. Ilip"
'n( session will commence on t''1'
diy of March. No stmb nl will r,c-'
Vcd for a shorter period than a -T"-!1 -:fi'
TERMS, PBR SKS.SI0V.
For lhe higher branches, 812 5i)
For the subordinate do. H ('
Music, - 20 00
Board, per month, 8 00
Jl M R.lGSIhllt
TarrWo Sept. 2S, 18 10 40 4
State of Mivlh Cuvolm ti
EDGI COMBR rorNTV- V
Superior Court of Eqw't
SKP I'KM WV.W TKKM, 1540.
Wm. Clark, pi AT. 1 , :
vs. I BUI 0
Frederick Hoe, Willi L Hunt, i'jnul
Week- Parker and Amos
Chirk, defdls. J
ST appearing to the sali'fiction d
Pouii, that Amrs Clark, one f he'f
fendants in ibis suit, is not a re'''6"' j
ihis. State: It is theiefore ordered,'3
publication be made for six weeks sjicce?
sively in Mie Tarboio Press n0l''J
said defendant that he appear a1 '
next term oflhrs Court, tone held at '
Court Heusp in Tarborough, en d'CSeC
Monday in March, next, then an J fj
to answer, plead or demur to P.Lgja
bill, or judgment pro conJ'esso will
ken against him.
I KORFLRET, C.
Price adv 5 00. :b