Whole No. 516
Tarborough, (Edgecombe County, X. C.J Saturday, .March
Vol. XL No. 12.
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thart a yea-, Twinfy-five Cent. per month
Subscribers arc at liberty to li continue mi
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Advei ti-e:n -nts, not exceeding lii lines,
will be inverted at ."; cn's the first inser
tion, and 2 rents each continuance. Lnijo
ger ones jit that rate fnev.-ry lf lim s
Adveriisene its must he marked tlie mini
ber of insertions required, or the v will he
continue. 1 until otherwise ordered, and
Letters addressed to the I'.diloi' must he
post paid, or they may not he attended to.
Ail Act rovcrrnv a Convention to amend
the Constitution of the S!atc.
Tpill'.KI'AS, the General Assembly of,
. - .nrtli Carolina, have reason to he- trav. I to and from the convention,
lie?, that a huge portion, if not a majori-! XII. Be it further enacted. That it shall
IV, of the freemen of the State, are anxious be tile duty of the Governor, immediately
to amend the Constitution thereof, in cer- af.er the ratification of this act, to trans
tain particulars, hereinafter specified: audi mi) a copy to each County Court Clerk
whereas, while the General Assembly di. in the Stale, and cause it to be published
claim all right and power in themselves to until the meeting' of the Convention, in the
alter the fund inental law. they consider it ! newspapers of the State,
theirduty to ad pt measure for asceitaiu ! XIII. lie, it further entitled, That the
ing the will of their constituents, and toj following propositions shah be submitted
profiJe the means for currying that will f t the people tor iheir assent or dissent to
into effect, w hen ascertained; thei rfoie, ! the same; the former of which shall be mi
BcV enncied by the General Awmbfy of deistood as expressed bv the votes for
the State of Xorth Carolina, audit is hereby "Convention.' and tin latter by the votes
enacted hy the authority of the same. That j Convention' or "Against Conven-
the Court of Pleas and Qj irler Sessions, ' tiou," at the tune ami in mode herein
of each and every county in the Slate, at! before provided, to wit: 'lh.it the said roie
the first term that shall be held after the j vent-ion, when a quorum of the delegates
first day of January, 1:'3). shall appoint ; who shall b elected and assembled, "shall
two inspectors to superintend the polls to' traine and device amendments to the Con
be opened at each and every election pie- stit'ition of this State, so as to reduce the
cinct in said counties, for ascertaining by j mi uber of meinht-rs in the Senate to not
ballot, the w ill of the freemen of North Ca- j less than thirl v -lour, nor more than fifty,
rolina, relative to the meeting of a State, to heel, e'e I by districts which shall belaid
Convention. And if any Court or Courts, Hat convenient and prescribed peiiods by
should fail to make such appointments, or counties, in proportion to the public taxes
if any inspector so appointed shal? fail to paid into the Treasury of t"e State, hv the
act, it Shall be the duty of the MrerilT, or ;
the person acting as I is deputy on strch -, shad he divided in the loimatiou of a Sen
rasion, with the advice of one Justice ofthe '. atonal dislncl. And when there are one
Peace, or, if none he present, with the ad- or more counties h iving an excess f taxa
vice of three freeholders, to appoint an tion ahove (!. ralio leipnied to lornia
inspector or inspectors in the ptae of him i Senatorial diti it, adjoinuig a ..u:ity or
or them who failed to act, which inspect ms, counties di ticient in soi h rami. t!ie excess
when duly sworn by some Justice of the! or exci s es aloicsa.d .shall lie ndurd to the
Peace, or freeholder, to perform th duties ,
of the place with tiJeliiy, shall have the
Same authority as if appointed by theConrt.
II. Ee i! farther ennrted, That it shall be
the duty of the Sheriff of the respective shall consMtu;e a -u.itoiiri !itrict- 2.
counties in this Snte, to open polls at thej That tlie sa'd Convention shall frame and
several election precincts in said counties, devise a turt'-er amendment to ih- said
on Wednesday and Thursday, the first andj Constitution, whre!iv to reduce the m. in
second of April n-xt, w hen anl whereall : ber of meuibers in the House of Commons '
persons qualified by the Constitution tolU not less than ninety, por moie than one .
vote formemhers of the ilouse of Commons, I hundred and tweniv, exclusive of bor- !
may vote for or against a State Convention; ! ouh memhers which tlie convention shall j
those who wish Convention, voting w it h a ; have the di-i u-t i ui io ex elide in w hole or !
printed or wiitten lic ket, "Conv nt io:i .' ; in part, and t he residue to he h c eil by
and those w ho lo not want a Convention, counties or ditric?sf or both, at cm d'lig to I
voting in 1 1 1 o same way, "No Convention," . their federal population", i. t. ;o-, tiding to
or, "Against Convention.' I iheir lespective iminliers; winch shali be
III. lie it furthtr lauded, That it shall d'-ternrmed by add ng 'o ih whole num-!
be llie duty :t'the sheriffs to make dup1ii:;se J ber of free persons, including tlto-e bouiul i
statements of their poll in their respective ; to set v ice tor a lei in ot v eai s, am! ex el u
counties. sAorn to before the Clerk of thjding Indians u t taxed, the esf,f(,s tf all
County Court, one copy of w hich shall bOjOtl.er person-, anil the enumeration lobe
deposited m shiJ Clerk's office, ami the tnule at convenient and prescribed peri
other copy transmitted to the Governor of ! od-; but each county shall have at bast
the State, at K deigh, immediately alter the ! one member in the Iloue of ( ouimous, '
el'Ction. j although it rnny not contain the requisite
IV. Be it father ennrted. That it shall j r iti of population, '.i That the said'
be the duly ot the Governor, as soon as he convention shall also frame and device.
hall have received U returns ot the Slier-; amendments I" said Constitution, vvhfre
iffs, in the presence of II, e Secretary of by it shall lie made necessary for persons
Slate, Public Treasurer and Comptroller, to i voting tor a Seuatoi, and persons eligible
compare the number of votes lor & against to the Senate, to possess the -aine resi
a Convention; and it it s'i i-1 appear, that a deuce and freehold qualification respei -majority
ofthe vnii s pol e I aie in favor of, lively in the Senatorial district, as is now
It, he shad forthwith publi-u a pi 'ulamalion i
of the fact in such of ihe new sap,'vs as he ,
may think prope: ; and shall is-ue a writ of!
election to every Sheriff of the Mate, re-'
quiring him to open polls for the election ,
of delegates in the Convention, at the same
places, ami under the same rules, as pre-1
scribed for holding oih-r State elections,
and at such time as the Governor may de
signate. V. lie it further enacted. That the same
persons who were appointed to hold the
polls in taking the vote on Convention,
shall hold them for the election of dele,
gates; provi led, that if any of such inspec
tors shall tail to attend or act, the Sheriffs
and their deputies shall supply their places
in the manner hereinbefore pointed out.
VI. Beit farther enacted, Tha. the seve
ral County Courts shall allow- the Sheriffs
the same compensation lor holding said
elections, that they usually allow for hold
ing other State cl-di.uis. And if any she
riff or other officer appointed to hold said
elections, shall tail to comply with ihe re
quisitions ol this act, he shall be liable to a
fine of one thousand dollars, recoverable
before any competent jurisdiction, to the
we of the county whose officer lu i; and it
Ball be the duty of the county solicitors to
prosecute such suits.
VII. Be it further enacted, That all per
sons qualified to vole for members of tin
House of Commons, under the present
Constitution, shall be entitled to vote for
members to said Convention; and all free
white men, of the age of twenty one years.
vho shall have been resident in the State
one year previous to, and shall continue
to be so resident at the lime ofthe election,
hall be eligible to a seat in said Conven
tion: 1'rorided, he p tssess the freehold re-
0,'tired ot ;, member of the House of Com
mons under the present Constitution.
U Bi:it furt'ier enacted. That each
COuofy in uns State shall be entitled to
sdect two delegates to said ConveuCion, and
IX B: if further enacted, That if any
acajicy shall occur in any county deleg i
tion, hy death or otherwise, the Governor
lull Istithwitu iiiiie a writ tu supply the
vacancy. And the delegates shall convene
i or near the city of I'aleigh , on the first
I'hursdnv in June nest; mid provided th;i
quorum docs not attend on tliat day, the
delegates may adjourn from dav to day
tint i i a quotum is present; and a majority
f delegates elected shall constitute a quo
rum to ilo business.
X. B it further enacted. That no dele.
gate elect shall he permitted to tnke his
s at in convention, until he shall have ta-
, kt n and subscribed the following oaih or
HlVn ni nion; "I. A. H do snl innlv swear
C or aim in, as the case may r) that I will
: not. either directly or iiioirecdv, evade or
i disregard the duties enjoined, or the limits
fixed to this convention hy the people of
j Noi.h Carolina, asset forth in the Act of
he ('eneral Assembly, pa-sed in 1831,
entitled "An Act concerning a convention
to amend the Constitution of the state of
North Carolina," which act was ratified
by the people. So help me God'"'
XI. Be it further enacted, That the Pub
1 c Treasurer be, and he is hereby author
ized to pay, upon tho warrant of the Gov
ernor, such sums of money as may b ne
cessary lor the, Contingent charges of Hie
( ,he convention. One dollar ad r,i
cents per day, during Ins attendance tlure"-
on, and five cents for evcrv mile he may
cit iei.s th-ieoi: J'mridtd. that no i on,t v '
taxati.m of iln' r..uu!y or counties nVf.cient;
and it w iih mi h add tii'i. the cnunty r j
ioi!Uii--s ie etvio n ii iii Have The n cpl
site ratio, such countv and counties each I
required in the couulv: I'roridcd, II at
they shall not in any manner disq taliiy .
any ofthe free while men ol this tate, j
from voting for members in the llou-e of
Commons who are qualified to vote under J
the existing constitution of this State. 4. j
That said convention may also consider
of, and in their discictiui propose the
following other amendments to the said
Constitution, or any of them, to wit: S i
a?, 1st, l.i abrogate or restrict the riht of
free negroes or mulattoes to vole for mem
Irers of the Senate or House of Commons,
-d. To diGquali!y members ofthe Assent
bly and officer of Ihe State, or those w ho
hold places of trust under th authority of
this Sta'e, from being or continuing saTh,
while they hold any other office or appoint
ment under tin? government of this State
or of Ihe United Slates, or any other gov
ernment whatsoever. 3d. povidc that
capitation tax 011 slaves and free white
polls shall be equal throughout Ihe Stale,
dth. To provide for some mode of ap,
pointing and removing from office militia
officers and justices of the peace, different
frtmi that which is now practised. 5th
To compel the members of the General
Assembly to vote ma fore in the election
of officers whrjse appointment is conferred
on thai body. tith. To amend the thirty,
second article of the Constitution of the
State. 7th. To provide for supplying va
cancies in the ("eneral Assembly of this
State, when such vacancies occur by re
signation or death, or otherwise, before
the meeting of the General Assembly.
8U1. To provide for biennial meetings in
stead of annual meetings of the General
Assembly; and if they shall determine on
biennial sessions, then they may alter the
Constitution in such parts of it as require
the annual election ol members of Assem
bly and officers of Stafe, and the triennial
election of Secretary of State, and provide
lor their election every two years. 9th.
To provide for the election of Governor of
the state by the qualified voters for the
members of the House of Commons, and to
prescribe the term for which the Governor
shall be elected, and the number of terms
during which he shall be eligible. And
the said convention shall ad pt ordinances
lor carrying into effect the amendments
which shall be made, and shall submit such
iii-iidment to the determination of al
l qualified voters ofthe State; but the,
shall not alter any other article of the
Constitution or Bill of Rights, nor propo,
any amendments t.i the same, except those
which are herein before enumerated.
XIV. Be it further enacted, That if a
majority of voters at the flection fi.si
directed to be held by this Act. shall be
found for "Convention.'' it shall be con
sidered and Understood that the people, bv
their vole as ,f .resaid, have conferred on
the delegates to said Convention the power
and authority to make alterations and
amendment in the existing Constitution
"f the Slate, ip tl. particulars herein
enumerated, or any of litem, but in no
XV. Beit further enacted, That the said
Convention, after having- adopted amend
mehtfto the Constitution, in any or all ot
said particulars, shall prescribe soim
mode for the ratification of the same by
the people or their representatives; an'n
shall prescribe ad necessary ordinances
and regulations for tin purpose of giving
full operation and effect to the Constim"
tion as altered and amended.
XVI. Be it further evaded, That the
Convention shall provide in what mannei
amendments shall in future be made to the
Constitution ofthe tnte.
Head three times and ratified in Gen
eral Assembly, this the fjth day
f Jan I83r. "
iM. j. ALEAnrn ir
U M. D. AIO-CI.KV, 6. 5.
An ACT supplemental to an Act, passed
nt the present sesiou, entitled An .-' ci
concerning a Convention to amend the
Constitution of the Stale of North Car-
' it enacted bv the Central
the State of .Yorlh Carolina and it istitrt
by enacted by the authority of tht same.
marine loll wing pr positions snail be
su'tmitte' l jbe people lor iheir assent or
dissent, in the same m inn- r, a;:d un der
the sani" forms, regulations and restric
tions as wer n"sci dud and adopted in an
Act passed at the present session, entitled
"An Act conrernii'sra Convention 1 meiid
the Constitution ot the State of North Car
olina,' that trie said Conventimi may, in
their discretion, devise and propos the
101. owing amendments to the said Conii
lu'ion.or ni iv rril,..ii, r 1 'I'
vide that the Attorney '.eneral shall be
ler t.x I In r 11 1 ........ 1 ..... , o -l- i
" tis. . illiutll(
a inbun il when bv the Judges nf the
Supreme ami Supeiior Cour's and other
oldie- rs of the State, iiixy be impeached
ami tried for cm roption ami malpractices
in office :. Io provide 1 bat upon con
viction nf any justice of the peace of anv
ic Unions crime or of t ption and
mal-praciice in office, his commission shall
be vacated, and -aid jits'iie rendered
forever di-quablieO from holding such
appointment. 4 To provide for the
removal of any of the Judges of the
iipreme or Superior Courts, in conse
quence of mental or physical inability,
upon a concurrent resolution of two third
of both branches of the Leg islarne. 5.
To provide that the salaries of tip-Judges
shall not be diminished during their
rontinu.iiire in office. f. To provide
against oiok c. S-.11 y private legislation
7. To provide that po judge ot the
Supreme or Superior Court's, shall, w hil-t
retaining his judicial office, be eligible to
any other except io the Supreme Com t
II. And be it further enacted, That
should the people decide in favor of a call
of a C invention, as is provided for in the
before referred to act. the aid Convention
is hereby aut'i riz- (I and empowered In
consider of, and, in their discretion, pro
pose the above additional am- ndmenti to
ihe said Constitution, or any of them.
i'ead three limes, and ratified in (Jen- )
eral Assembly, tins Ihe 9lh dav C
of Jan. Ib3". '
iv m.j. Ai.rx M)i:n, s u c.
w.m i) mom;li.v, s. s.
Cotton Yarn and Vwine
UfplIK Subscribers f. el grateful for the
mX liberal patMmae w! ich Hoy iece.vs-J
the past year, and hope by assiduity and
punctuality in business to merit a continu
ance of pa-t favors.
They now have and expect to keep con
stantly on hand,
The very best Coton i"tvi.y,
Ft m Nos. 2 to IS inclii'ive.
Also, various sizes of the very best Cotton
Seine Twine us durability and strength
has been fairly tested, and the Subset ibers
feel no hesitation in pronouncing it inferior
to none, if not superior to any in market
Both the above articles they expect to de
liver to purchasers on as liberal terms as
articles of the same quality can be procu
red elsewhere. The usual charge for con
veyance will be made.
Terms of sale for all quantities of Yrtrn
over one thousand pounds, six months
credit will be allowed for any quantity
under one thousand pounds, four months,
the purchaser givingiiote (withoPt interest)
at ihe lime the Yarn is delivered, payable
at the above stated times.
The proprietors of fisheries will do well
to apply to the Subscribers for twine tor
the future, as a very liberal credit will be
Messrs. Hassell Zz Williams will act as
agents for the Subscribers at Williamslon
.Mr. lienja. Bell, at Creenville and Mr.
Warren Harris, at Halifax where Yarn
and Twine can be bought on the same
terms as at the Factory.
Falls Tar Uiver, Jan. 10th, I800.
SUPER ROYAL Printing Press, on
iSJi the old mode of construction, can be
procured on reasonable terms.
Jlpply at this Office.
Coaches, Gigs, $c.
wishes to return Un
sincere thanks to his
numerous . custom
ers, lor the verv lib
"on.il ne nas lure
tolore re eivel ai
0 to inform them that he has just returned
from .New Y -rk, with a more general and
ashionable assortment of
silver Plated and Brass
Suitable for Coat lies, Barouches, Gigs and
sulkies, than has ever before been brought
to this place. He al-o would inform his
friends and the public generally, that lie
has associated himself with one ofthe most
large and extensive establishments at the
N'orlh, where he can at the shortest notice
have seut on jobs of eveiy description to
suit those who may favor him with iheir
orders, or like northern in preference to
He has shipped and now daily expects
one or two first rate light one hoise Ua
rouches, and a half dozen of one horse
Wagons, at extraordinary low prices for
ash. or to punctual customer- on a short
l'F.PAIR dnie with neatness and de
spatch contract must be made before the
work is undertaken.
He has Horses, digs, and Sulkies to let.
also cue comfortable four wheeled accom
ISVMC Ji. BRjJD V.
Coach & Gig Manufactory
THC Sufiscrib.ir re
spectfully informs his
friends ami the public
in genera!, that he has
Ifor himself on his lot
in Tarhorotiph. near
the Kridge, where he vv ill he prepared to
carry 011 the above business in al1 its vari
ou branches. He served a r,,hr
prenticeship under Air. Thog- Cobbs, of
- - r
Kaleigh. w ho canii d mi the business very
extensively, and kept in his emidov renn-
iMMioeiu Hitihiiifii. 11 several years
acqu in'aute with the business in one of
the most extensive establishing, ic o ih
Slate could ensure his success, he feeis con-
h'lent lie should meet it; but fie is perfectly
a a are that attention is equally necessary,
and this attention he is determined to ren
der. He hopes, therefore, thai all persons
who may favor him with their patronage,
will mver become dissatisfied or disap
pointed. Hit work shall be faithfully exe
cuted and of the best materials. He ex
pects to have in a short lime a genera! n-dj
sortment of materials from New York,
which will enable him to do his work not
inferior to any dune in this section of coun
try. Impairing done with neatness and
Nathaniel M Terrell.
Tarborough, Jan. 1st, 1S35. 1
l; o.ax Dix 'emn
J pHC Subscriber, who for several years
1 past has b'-eu engaged in the
Uin .Making business,
In Kinston, has established himself
Where he carries on the above business in
all its various branches. All those who
wish 10 supply tininselv.s willi tiin ofthe
best quality, are respectfully solicited Io
apply 10 the Subscriber personally, or by
letter. All orders for Gins will be prompt
ly executed. From rtie Subscriber' long
experience in his business, and from the ap
probation which his work has hitherto met
with, he hesitates not to promise entiie sa
tisfaction to all who may see fit to extend
to him their patronage." Gins out of order
will he expeditiously repaired. Tlie Sub
scriber takes ihe liberty of calling ti.e at
tention of those who wish to procure new
Gins, or to have old Gins repaired, to the
expediency of applying to him in lime.
W hen nil wait as is usually the case, until
the work is wanted, it causes such a.pres
sure of business, that many are obliged of
iieces-ity to submit to a longer delay than
In connexion with this establishment, car
lie; on the
Lock? Gunsmith business.
He also makes Saw Mill Boxes, and Mill
Inks, and Gudgeons, ol a composition in
vented by Daniel Peck, of Raleigh Grist
MUl Spindle, with Steel Collars. (n:rned.
These articles equal to any manufactured
in the United States.
All lett. rs and orders must be directed to
the Subscriber, at Greenville.
July U. 1834. 45
ipHE Subscriber has established himself
LL in the houses formerly occupied by
the lale Joseph Lackey, dee'd, near the ri
ver, and a short distance below Benjamin
M. Jackson's store, where he carries on
Tht making and repairing
All those who wish to supply themselves1
wiili Gins of (he best quality, are respect
fully solicited to apply to the Subscriber
personally, or by letter. All orders for
Gins will be promptly executed. Gins out
of order will he expeditiously repaired.
Bl icksmithh'g, ol every description, ex-tfcni'-tl
in ihe best manner.
CTTwo setond hand Cotton Gins for
sale low for Ca-h.
SAMUEL D. PROCTER.
Tarbororgh, 30th Sept.
To the Afflicted.
IlAV S invaluable Ointment,
for the cure of white swelling,
scrofula and other tumour?,
sore legs an ulcers, and fresh
wuunus sprain,, bruises, swell
ings and inflammations, &.c. c
Rfckwith's nnti-dyspeptic pyf,
Rovvand's genuine tonic mixio're a per
feet cure for ague and fever. '
The above valuable medicines ,Aav be
had wholesale or retail on applicant, to
Cotlen, Agent for Tarboroush
1S35. a '
M the Cheap Cash Store.
f)(T piECLS superfine Broad Cloths,
50 to 57, astonishingly
f pieces Sattinetts, from 40 cents tol,
4 pair rose Blankelts, from 2 to 6,
o50 negro Blankets, from f0 cents to $1,
pieces w hite and red Flannels, frouv20
cents to the finest made,
20 ps negro clothing, from 20 cts to37L
21st Nov. 1834.
a HAVE resolved on selling off my pre
sent Stock of Goods at verv rpilnJ
prices in order that I may lay in a more
extensive one early the ensuing spring, but
rather different in its nature from the pre
sent. 1 herefore all persons wish inrr to ho v
Tie best and newest of
At the lowest prices, can do soby calling
at my well known stand. The chean nes
of my Goods aie unknown I have for in
stance staple and fancv l)rv Goods, fur
and wool Hats, lare size negro Blankets,
excellent goods for negro winter clothing
ALSO, Ihe very best Shoes for do. Turks
Island Salt Sugar, Coffee and the best
Teas, from 75 cents to,?! per lb Hard
ware, Cutlery, Uc. Apple Brandy, Rum
ami Whiskey and raeny other useful art w
cles, any part or all ot which can and shall
ne ouereo anu sold to persons wishing to
nuv, lor Cash or barter, lower than can fee
hud in Ibis place. Do not view this notice
as a mere act of delusion, but call and con
iin.r youi srives m me lact. IIS Put a
short w alk from one end of the town to the
other, and I warrant if v oii w ill come down
v on shall be amply remunerated for vour
AT . R0UNTREE.
Tarborough, Pec. 19th, 1S34.
has removed her Mil-
to the corner house
recently occunied bv
Messrs. D. Richards St
Co. She has now on
band an extensive as-
sortment nl nri in
her line ot business, which will bn disposed
01 on ner usual moderate and accommoda
EFBonnets cleaned or dyed and Man
tua making continued as usual.
Tarboro', Jan. 1, 183i.
Jft the Cheap Cash Store,
Jn?IUL be shown rin extensive assort
tJ menl of seasonable Dry Goods.
1 nose mat wisu to see a Handsome Stock
of Merchandize, with exceedingly Lov
1 as attached, will do well to call and ex
amine, as I arri determined to sell out my
Winter stock to mak room for
Spring and Summer Supply.
Feb. 19th, 1835.
W7ILL STAND the ensuing season,
vv (which will commence on the 1st
March,) four days at my stable, four at
Henry Shirley's, and three at Wm. Moor
ing's, at Mr?. Haywood's plantation, so as
to be at his stands every twelfth day.
Persons putting mares to'jim Crow, are
leouestcd to be particular in sending on
every twelfth day from tlie time they are
put, aim mey win not ne otsappointeu in
finding the Jack at hi3 stands. He will be
at my stable until Wednesday evenin?.
4th) March then eo to Mr. Srhirlev's.
where fie vvill remain until butiday eve
ning, 81I1 March then to Mr. Mooriun's
where he will remain until Wednesday
evening, lllh March then to his former
stand, lie will be let to mares at Three
Dollars the single leap Five Dollars the
season, ' and F.iffht Dollars to insure u
mare to be in foal with 23 cents to ihe
Groom in every instance. A transfer f
property forfeits the insurance. Mares
will be entered by the season, unless I m
otherwise informed when (hev are first
put .0 the Jack, and when
teration will be made. Great caie will be
taken Io avoid accidents, but no liability
WM S. BAKER.
February 2$th, 1835 10 3
HISTORY OP tiii:
JJUvr PUBLISHED, and for sale at the
office ol the Tarboro' Pres?, "A con
cise History of the Kehukee baptist Asso
ciation, fniru its original rise to the pre
sent time by Elder Joseph Biggs-under
the supervision of a committee (consisting
of Klders Jos' ua Lawrence, William Hy
mau, and Luke Ward, and brethren Th'o
mas Biggs, Joseph D. Biggs, and Cushion
B. Hassell.) appointed by the Association."
Price 1 each, or $10 per dozen.
jTKSrFXTFLLLY intonns his friends
W and cuitomers. that he has just re
turned from flew York, where he purcha
Supply of Fall Goods,
In his line of business, viz:
Siipeifine blue and blink Cloths Mulber
ry and mixt do
Clarence brown, sage and lavender CassU
meres Drab, black, and Orleans do.
Drab Petersham Goats hair Gambler,
Striped and figured velvet Vestings Plain
Plain hlack and figured silk Vestiuss,
Figure-! Marseilles and Valencia do.
I-aen Bosoms and Collars,
Black i.alx Stocks Gentlemen's buk
Glove Umbrellas, tc.
All of wt,-,c, he st,jj jcw for 6asn OJ. ou
a short credit to punctual customers,
those wising to purchase will please to
call and examine for themselves. Gentles
men's clothing made and trimmed in the
most fashionable style and at ihe shortest
notice. All orders irom a distance will be
thankfully received and punctually attend
ed to. '
Tarborough, 0c!. 23. 1R34.
STjAKES this opportunity of informing
A the public, that he has just received
from New York, a general
Assortment tf Goods,
In his line of business, consisting in part of
Superfine Cloths and Cssimercs, of the
most fashionable colors,
Fancy velvet and silk Vesting's,
A handsome assortment of laucy Stocks,
Bos-.'ms, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders,
He particularly invites all those who want
the above Goods to call and examine for
themselves, as he is confident he can please
such, boih in quality and price. Gentle
men furnishine; their own clotlm, can have
tnem made and trimmed in the most fash
ionable manner and at ihe sholtest notice
All orders from a distance w ill be punctu
ally attended to.
Q3BCloaks and Bonnets.
NOW OPEMISV; AT THE
Cheap Cash Store.
&R(f SADIES and Girls merino-,
J'SS5(J silk( camblet. aud Ciicassiaii
Cloaks, from I 50 to
120 men's Cloaks, with and without sleeves
from 4, and upwards,
ALSO, 200 women's Leghorns, from 50
cents io the finest made,
250 Straw and Tuscan Bonnets, from 50
Nov. 19th, 1834.
YOUNG JACK, in his prim, wilL
stand the ensuing season, at mr
stable at Atkinson's store and lit of
near Allen Gay's. He will be at Atkin
son's jhe loth of March, there to stay three
days from thence to Gay's, to stay two
days and from thence home 10 remain,
four days. He will be at his stands regu
larly without an accident, and will te let
to marts at Three Dollars the single leap
Four Dollars and Kilty Cents the reason,
and Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents to
insure a mare to be in foal w ith 23 cents
to th Groom in every instance. The
se&son will commence ihe 15th ot March,
and end the 15th of July next. The Jeap
and season money will be due lit the end
of the season the insurance vvill be due
the 1st of January next. Any person put
ting by the iimirnnce and failing to at
tend his stand, will lie held bound lor the
insurance money, wiMiout unavoidable
LLA.NDER is now rl-ing seven years
old he sprang from the largest family of
his kind in Carolina, a.id has gotten as
large mules as can be hbown to iheir ages,
which is sufficient to recommend him
where they are known b;ir as for my
word not to be taften ntd lie I will riv0 I h
honor of som of his customers.
Mar.ch 9th, 1835 113
ffZTl have three of said T.ea nlfr'c rdf?
one Hi years old, two 2 Years old tbi
spring. 1 believe them to be equal with
any Jack's colts within mv knowledge.-
and lurther say, belfer than 1 hose I hare
uereioioie owiie.t. 1 his 23th Feb. JS35.
JO. P. I'lTl, Lt. Col.
CTl have one of the said Jack's colts. 2
years old this spiiug, large ami likely, for
which I have refused 70 2ii h Feb. 1 83J.
i: A LI' 11 I' ITT.
01 had a colt, ret bv the Jack, which
I was well pleased with. 1 would as l.eve
risk hi.u as my Jack in the country.
UUlitslil II. isiiAbWELh.
01 put one mare to the said Jack iu
feason 1632, whjLch brought men mule tall
nnd stout, for which I got ,y,"0 al fifteen
months old LLlSlIA "rrt. Mrf.
ILi'I Put one mare to sard JrK in season.
1833, which brought me a very fine mule.'
IT J I nut a mnr tn c?.rf k in season
1832, which brought a mule that I sold i.rt.
560. al eighteen moi ihs old
t .r - if-ri'I1 I 1 no
Published and Jor alt al this OJJice.
JS PATRIOTIC DIS.COl'USK the
Norlh Carolina Whig's Ap'dogy frs
theKehulsee Association ud, A Basnet of
Fragments, by the Rv. Joshua Lawience.
Also, A Heview of Claik's defence and jus--t
fic"Un to ihe Kehukee As ociali m, writ
ten by a lay men. btr of the Association
and, Ocruirei ces in thXife of Uder -seph
Biggs, wrote by himelf.
Tatboiough, Ayj 'J