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vre?Mig. On Wednesday, Vin
Jpnt White w;s capitally ar
turned for Kidnapping a near,
irirT, iv',h an intent to appi opt i.iie
j er to his own use, ami on auid
, i( liis trial was removed to Cr.
ven, 1 which county, we are
informed he belongs. Un the
ime day, Reading Pearce, (a
free black) was arraigned for the
nusrder of hi brother, ?ome time
ir.ce. On Thursday, Pearce was
nut upon ht trial tor mansiaugn
er, to which he plead guilty.
Qa yesterday, he was sentenced
... ipK'p months' imprisonment.
There has been little business of
importance on the Livil Docket,
bat our Slate Docket proves that
the Millennium lias not yet ar
r:ved. Washington IVhig.
Accident. -We are informed
by Capt. B. Robinson, of the
Schr. Thomas Wynns, that on
coming out of the narrows, on his
parage from New York to this
i)laceon Monday the 20th inst.,
Thomas Eldridge, one of the
seamen of this vessel, fell from
the boat at the stern, and sunk to
r?e no more. ib.
Banking operations. The
Stockholders of the Bank of Cape
fear held a meeting at Wilming
ton, last week. A Dividend of
five per cent, will be paid to the
old Stockholders, leaving a con
siderable surplus to go to the ben
efit of the joint corporators, as
the subscribers for the new stock
will now come into the concern.
; is contemplated to open Books
for an increase of the Capital
Hock. Rat. Reg.
Shocking Murder We learn
from a friend who came passen
ger by the Rail Road on Monday,
that Capt. Silas Summered, of
Southampton County, a most re
spectable and worthy man, was
shot down in cold blood on Sat
crday last, by a man named Hit
ter, who was apprehended on the
spot. We regret to fay that
Capt. S. died in a few minutes
alter he fell, and th3l he has left a
wife and several children to mourn
the overwhelming calamity that
has fallen so unexpectedly upon
them. Norfolk Beacon.
Convent. The Church of
Rome has appropriated $60,000
for the establishment of a Catho
lic Convent at Bertrand, Michi
Droll Taste. A person who
advertises himself, in a western
paper, to be a small farmer, and
in want of a wife, offers a pre
mium of $100 to any femalecan
didate for matrimony who will
become 'bone of his bone," and
change labours with him; that is
to say, she to take charge of the
ploughing, the planting, the pigs,
tt cetera, and he of the pies, the
puddings, the babies, et cetera.
It be should succeed in his
' search for a wife," under these
conditions, the modus operandi of
the experimentalist would be well
IMPORTANT IF TRUE.
03 A slip from the office of
the New York Journal of Com
merce, dated on Saturday, 10
M. contains the following:
"Important rumor. An Ex
l from the Office of the Boun
ty Gazette, published at Calais,
(Me.) and dated the 17th inst.
ilates that the oris M un? had ar-
riv'ed at St. Andrews from Liv
erpool, bringing intelligence that
lhe French Chambers had dis
sIved without making any ap
propriation for the American
pms. The Mung is stated to
ave brought Liverpool papers
10 he 29th March.
."We think there must be some
Mistake nhrm in. r..
a-1 ach'ices from Paris, direct,
ere as late within five or six
jys as could have been contain
lr the papers above mention
, fJ At that date every thing in
j efprd to the claims wore a favor-
jle aspect. It was known that
ie Committee would report
. "an.mously in favor of the
: ",rns and it was calculated, that
would be sustained by a ma-
, lly of not less than 100 in the
. haoer. Still, all ihings are
J possible, and thai is the most that
can be said in behalf of ihe rn-
mor The Report of the Com
n.iiiee was to be made on the
2 1 st of March, but might be
postponed till the 23rd, (Mon
ti ay. j
"In passing from Paris to Lon
don, Irom London to Liverpool,
Irom Liverpool to St. Andrews,
from St. Andrews to Calais, from
Calais here, there are a good ma
ny chances of mistake, even sup
posing the story was not a stock
jobbing operation at the outset."
A proof slip of the above tenor
was also transmitted from the
New York Mercantile Advertiser.
The Boston Courier, in noticing
the rumor says
'As our previous accounts from
England, were only to March 24,
people were rather excited on
change, and speculations were for
a moment suspended, but as peo
pie began to look at the matter, it
was considered a hoax, and every
thing went on again as before."
Oo the other hand, the Boston
Atlas says of this report
There are many reasons for be
lieving it true. Our readers will
remember that the 21st of March
was the day assigned for the dis
cussion of the American Indem
nity Bill in the Chamber of Dep-
uues. uur latest aovices Irom
Paris, previous to the above, do
not cover the proceedings of the
21st. The lat accounts stated
that the bill would meet consider
able opposition, but not enough,
probably to cause its rejection.,.
This was the condition of the
question. Between that time and
the 26th allowing, three davs
for the transmission of intelli
gence from Paris to Liverpool;
the House might well have acted
on the Bill, rejected it, and have
been in consequence dissolved.
Th is is made more probable
from the fact that Mr. Living
ston's letter to ihe President prob
ably reached France at this precise
period. this would alone have
been sufficient to lead to the re
jection of the Bill. This result
was anticipated on the first pro
mulgation of that letter in this
Latest from Mexico another
insurrection. By the packet ship
Congress, we have received Vera
Cruz papers to the Oth inst.
They bring us intelligence of a
new revolutionary movement in
the South, headed by General
Alvarez, which has for its object
the deposition of Santa Anna from
the Presidency, the dissolution of
the present Congress, and the
restoration of the late Vice Presi
dent, Don Gomez Farias, to the
Executive Chair. A passenger
in the Congress informs us that
four States, viz. Zaciifecas, San
Luis, Morelia, and Durango, had
already seconded the movement.
It will be recollected that some
months since, the New Mexican
Congress, which was itself very
summarily constituted, contrived
to get rid of Farias by abolishing
the office of Vice President which
he held. Farias was a great
friend to Reform; and the present
movement appears to be an effort
of the Reform Party to struggle
back into power. Apart from the
evils of revolution, we should
cordially wish them success.
JV. Y. Jour, Com.
Troubles in Brazil. The brig
Baltimore, at Salem in 2G days
from Para, brings the following
intelligence. On the 19th and
21st February, another revolution
took place, in which Melcher, the
President, and some others were
killed. Vinagre, Melcher's ac
complice in the revolution of the
7th January, is now at the head
of affairs, but not likely to remain.
A report says 500 men are now
preparing, in the country, for an
attack on the town in a day or
two. Letters from Maranham, of
of the 20th of March, state that a
frigate and three small vessels,
with several hundred men, were
going to Para to restore tranquili
ty. This has given umbrage to
the President, and, at an assem
blage of citizens, they determin
ed on giving fight to the Maran
ham expedition. H. M. B. ship
Despatch had been ordered up
from Barbadoes to protect Eng
lish residents. ib.
fit Turboro' and New York.
per 2 urboro'. wYew York.
lb. 8 lt Hi 9
lb. 18 20 ID 2l)
gall' ii 60 70 35 38
lb. 13 16 In 13
bush. 50 55 61 70
lb. 15 16 16 18
yard. 20 25 '8 22
bbl. feOO 625 500 537
lb- 5 3 4
lb. 3 9 7 94
gall'n 35 40 21 30
lb. K) 2i tfj i
bush 60 65 3 37 J
bbl. 175 180 275 312
bush. 70 80 80 88
bbl. 38 40 27 28
Horse for Sale.
offers for sale a
good work horse
JOSEPH B. BRADDY.
Tarboro May 7, 1835. 19
rjMIE Subscriber invites propo
sitions to succeed him as prin
ter and proprietor of the "Oxford
Examiner," to take effect not
sooner than the 1st of next Octo-
ber. A practical Printer could
invest a small sum to considerable
Any gentleman possessing a few
hours leizure each day might de
vote them wilh the certaintv of
profit to Ihe conducting of a pa
per in this place. The income
has enabled the present Editor to
live comfortably for more than
five years, although he commeuc-
..i ii iii
eu anu nas an aioi2 labored wnaYr i
embarrassing disadvantages. But
little exertion would enui" a
more extended patronac?. Should '
an application be made which '
'vuuiu nuciy jjiuvc ai ffiiuie io
the public, a bargain nAy be had.
The establishment is deemed a
permanent one, as the people have
manifested a determination to sus
tain a Press in their countv Town.
R. J. YANCEY, jr.
Oxford, April 23.
.1 Still for sale.
4 GOOD STILL, holding 120
v gallons, may be purchased
cheap by applying to
Greenville, Pitt Co.
April 22d, 1835. IS 3
'piIK subscriber proposes to publish in
Ihe Town of Wadeiborough, Anson
County, North Carolina, a weekly paper
"The Anson Advertiser.1
According to custom, he proceeds to lav
belore the public an analv sis of the plan
upon which his paper will be conducted.
Its columns will be devoted to Ihe cause
of Politics, Agriculture, Internal Improve
ment, Literature and Science in general.
Ili the intention .f the Editor diligent
ly and fairly to report the passing polilical
and other news of the day, and while he
cannot, consistently with his principles,
advocate the course pursued by the pres
ent administration, he asiun s the public
that he feels every disposition to do full
justice to its merits. Th press will be
open to both parties the Editor will en
deavor to adhere strictly to principle and
to disregard all party influence.
The editor intends to avail himself of the
advantagenf many of the best publications
on the subjects of aericultuie ai.d internal
improvement, he of course will be able to
select and lay before hi readers, a large
number of Essays which cannot fail of be
ing interesting to every one who has at
heart the prosperity of his country. All
the most important and interesting pro
ceedings of Congress and the Mate Legis
lature will be duly reported, and a portion
of the paper will at all times be devoted to
The subscriber is aware of the many
difficulties he must encounter in advancing
to public favor; he relics greatly upon the
liberality always shown by an enlightened
public tvwards enterprise well conducted,
and asstrres his patrons, that no pains shall
be wanting on his part to render his paper
both a useful and interesiing publication.
The Anson Advertiser will be
printed on an imperial sheet at
$3 00 per annum in advance, or
$3 50 at the end of the year; the
first number to issue as soon as Sev
en Hundred Subscribers are obtain
ed; no subscription will be received
for a less period than twelve months;
and the paper will not be discontinu
ed until orders are received to that
efFect, and all arrearages paid up.
Advertisements not exceeding 12
lines, inserted three times for one
dollar, and 25 cents for each subse
Communications addressed to the
editor rnust be post paid.
WILLIAM E. BIRD.
Feb. 21, 1835.
Printing neatly executed)
AT THIS OFEfCE.
The Extra Glohe.
TK- undermined propone to issue the
nr8t number of a new series of the Kxtra
Oloue, on Monday, the 25th of May next,
and to puMigi, lt weekly for six months,
making twenty-six numbers; the last to
contain an index to the whole. It will be
printed on fine double-roval paper, made
up in quarto form, like tlie'Extra and Con
gressioual Globes published by us last year.
The 26 numbers will make 416 royal quar
It will contain the principal original arti
cles of the Daily and Semi-Weekly Globes
foreign and domestic News notices of
the public meetings the elections, and
public proceedings in every State in the
Union, in relation to the canvass for the
next Presidency a contest which the indi
cations of the present year will go far to
The first number will contain the Pro
ceedings of the Democratic National Con
vention, to be held at Baltimore on the
20ih of next month. An excellt nt Repor
ter has already been engaged to report the
Proceedings of the Conveution, and the
Speeches which mav be made on the oc
casion. We request the favor of those friends to
Whom this Prosnectus m:iv h conl tn. rlr.
culate it, for the purpose of obtaining sub.
aiuuris. a copy ot the work will be sent
to the newspapers that copythis Prospectus.
Subscribers should forward their names
in time to reach us before the 25th May.
If they do not, we may not be able to fur.
nish them with all the numbers; because
the work is put at so low a nrire. that
cannot afford to reprint any numbers that
One Dollar per copy, j advance.
Kleven copies will be f..r..;.H.
dollars; twenty-two conia f.ir iM.nlu a.
lars. Ri d so on in nrnnAri;
ETThe pi ice of thu naoer i cnlnw that
we cannot afford to open accounts with
those who subscribe for it. Therefore no
atteniion will be paid to any order unless
the money accompanies it.
BLAIR cy RIVES.
Washington, April 10ih. 1835.
Plantation and Town Lots
T WlLL SELL, on terms to
suit the purchasers, the Planta
tion situate on the north side of
Tar River, known as the
Adjoining ihe lands of Fred. Bell,
Benj. Baits and others, five miles
Irom Tatborotigh and immediate
ly on the river.
Also, LOTS No. 93 and 94, in
the town of Tarborough, now oc
cupied by Mrs. Stilman.
Those wishing to purchase will
make application lo Benj. M.
JO SI A II COLLINS, Sen'r.
20th April, 1835. 17
dt Ueduced Prices.
ILL'S COMMENTARY on
the Bible, in nineoctnvo vnl.
umes and Botta's History of
the War of the Revolution, in
two octavo volumes, elegantly
bound, can he had at reduced pri
ces on application
At this Office.
April 9, 1S35.
(f SHERMAN k S. ECKLIN, hav
xL0 ng purchased the Type Foundry
established by the late J. Howe, have en
tered into partnership, for the purpose of
carrying on the Manufactory of Types,
under the firm of S. Ecklin k Co.
We intend keeping on band a Urge as
sortment of type, especially those kinds
most used, which will enable us to supply
orders with the least possible delay; and
have now for sale a large quantity of the
best quality, (stock purchased from the
estate of J. Howe J and intend to make
immediate additions to it.
S. Kcklin h Co. are now prepared
to receive orders for founts of every de
siription, from Peailto 22 lines Pica in
cluding a variety of Ornamental Letter.
We offer for sale also, an assortment, of
Cuts, Dashes, Brass Rule, and other or
naments, of which specimens will be for
warded to printers, soon as they can be
Such improvements as the wants of the
trade anJ taste may require, will receive
the earliest attention at this establishment.
Printing Presses of every description.
Printing Ink of thy most approved quali
ties. Composing Sticks, Brass and Com
mon Galley's Chases, Imputing Stones,
Paper and Press Boards, Standing Press
es, Furniture, together with a complete
assortment of all articles used in a Prin
ting Office, will be kept constantly on
Small founts, suitable for Book-binders,
in a great variety, may be bad when called
Orders from all parts of the Union will
be promptly and most carefully attended
to, and particularly in supplying sorts for
all founts furnished by our predecessor.
We respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage- To the former patrons of
this foundry, we deem it sufficient t say,
that they will be as well and promptly
served as heretofore, should they be dis
posed to favor us with their orders. '1 he
business of the Foundry w ill be conducted
under the following firm, and by the same
person who was in fact the type founder
in Mr. Howe's foundry.
S. ECKLIN Sr CO.
Corner of Crown and Caliowhill streets.
Philadelphia, Spt. 1834.
Printers of English Papers, by giving
the above three insertions and forwarding
one with the advertisement, will be enti
tled to articles to the amount of thre-dolUrs.
J 5,000 Dollars worth
Of every description.
For WHOLESALE or RETAIL
at nearly Cost, by
Knight. Garrett Co.
No. 1, Broadway.
Tar-boro, April 30, 1533.
AS USUAL, I am purchasing
in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, an extensive assorl
menl of Spring and Summer
It is almost unnecessary to say
that the stock will combine the two
MOST IMPORTANT ATTRACTIONS,
Fashion and Cheapness
Economists will do well to wail
and examine a beautiful and rich
assortment of Dry Goods,
M the very Lowest Prices,
Before they determine to pur
chase, as the same cheap system
which has hitherto been so well
sustained, will be uniformly ad
16th April, 1S35.
Thomas L. B. Gregory, j
yflLL remain in Tarborough
three or four weeks, and can
be consulted at Mrs. Gregory's
Hotel, when not professionally
engaged. April 3, 1S35.
Martin Van Burcn
OF NEW YORK.
TpROPOSALS for publishing the fifo
graphvofthis distinguished citizen.
whose early habits of study, perseverance
ana application, unitd with ins upright
ness as a man, and his unwavering demo
cratic principles have propelled him on
ward, from the humblest walks, to fill ma
ny important stations in his native state,
as well as in the general government. By
his adhering to the cause of the people,
they have raised bim to Ihe second office
in their gift; and if I mistake not the Amer
ican character, he is destined still further
to receive their confidence, by being pla
ced by them in that chair now filled by the
illustrious Jackson, wilh so much honor
The work will make a neat volume of
more than 100 pages, from the most
authentic sources, including his SPifccH
on the Revolutionary claims ofthe war
worn soldiers, whose toil and sufferings se
cured the independence of our country.
17" The Books will be ready lor delivery
prior lo the adjournment of Congrs;
bound after the manner of the Biography
of R. M. Johnson, published b me. The
price to be 5 dollars for 12 copies, or 50
The various democratic friends into
whose hands this prospectus may fall, will
give additional circulation to the work by
ob'aining such subscriptions as may be
offered, 6i return the same to the publisher.
. Washington City, 1835.
Cotton Yam and Twine
npHE Subscribers feel grateftl
A for the liberal patronage which
they received the past year, and
hope by assiduity and punctuality
in business to merit a continuance
of past favors.
They now have and expect to
keep constantly on hand the
Very best Cotton Yarns
From Nos. 2 to 18 inclusive.
Also, various sizes of the best
Cotton Seine Tioinei$ dura
bility and strength has been fairly
tested, and the Subscribers feel
no hesitation in pronouncing it
inferior to none, if not superior to
any in market. Both the above
articles they expect to deliver to
purchasers on as iibaral terms as
articles of the same quality can
be procured elsewhere. The usu
al charge for conveyance will be
Terms of sale for all quanti
ties of Yarn over one thousand
pounds, six months credit will be
allowed for any quantity under
one thousand pounds, four months,
Ihe purchaser giving note (with
out interest) at the time the .Yarn
is delivered, payable at the above
The proprietors of fisheries will
do well to apply to the Subscri
bers for twine for the future, as a
very liberal credit will be given.
Messrs. Hassel & Williams
will act as agents for the Subscri
befsat Williamston Mr. Benj.
Bell, at Greenville and Messrs
Simmons & Eure, at Halifax
where Yarn and Twine can be
bought ori the same terms as at
BA TTLE 4- BROTHERS.
Falls Tar River, Jan. 10, 1835.
T?ROM 12 to 14,000 weight nf
A prime BACON, at 10 to 1'i
cents per pound, can be had on
application to the Subscriber, 11
miles east of Tarborough, if ap
plied for shortly, otherwise it will
be shipped northwardly.
April 16, 1635. 16
17-The Okford Examiner will in
sert the above four times, and for
ward acc't to this office.
Ijand for Sale.
JJHE Subscriber offers (ot sale her Tract
of Land Iving in Edgecombe county,
commonly called the
Iluuge Orchard Plantation,
Containing 32j acres, wilh art apple ori
chard on it capable of" making 25 or SO
barrels of Brandy. This land lies one mile
below tlie Great Falls Tar River, Bnd ad
joins the lands of Charles Harron, Rob
ert Sorey and others, and has on it the ne-.
cessary negro houses, barns, kc. A part
of this Land is of an excellent quality, and
if application is soon made, possession will
be given immediately and long credit giv
en if preferred. A further description is
deemed unnecessary, as no person will buy
without first viewing the Land. Tei rug
made known onapplicationto Jno.J. ounn.
bc. 19th, 1834. 65
Land for Sale.
JAvvflL THE Subscriber is anxiouj
ffj'ffr io sell his Tract of Land, ad
I tl j0'n'rtff be One on which he
IHJIj f now lives. It contains 530
acres, sonie of which is low-
grounds, the balance pitiey woods. This
Tract has a good dwelling house on it,
nearly new, with 4 rooms below and 2 up
stairs, and other out houses.
Persons desirous ot buying Land low,
are requested to call and examine foir
themselves, as the Subscriber may at all
times be found at home, and is determined
to sell if he can get anjr thing over half the
Oct. 28th, 1834.
- ; - i ' j.
To the Afflicted.
GRAY'S invaluable Ointment
for the cure of white swellin?,
scrofula arid other tumour?,
sore legs and ulcers, and fresh
wounds. BDrain hruUes.
ings and infeammmions, Sic. &c.
Beckwith's anti-dyspeptic pill.
. Rowand's genuine tonic mixture, a per.
feet cure for ague and fever.
The above valuable medicines may be
had wholesale ok retail oh application lei
J. W. Cotteh, Agent for Tarborough.
rjMlE Subscribers are now removing"
from tb ir old stand to the Store for
merly occupied by Messrs. Hyman L Law
rente, . and directly opposite to John iV.
Cotten'g. They will in a fev days offet
for sale, a quantity of Salt, Molasses, Su
gar and Coffee- Bagging, Rope, and alt
the heavy article which are important to
farmers at this season. of tbeyear.
CASH, and the highest price, will be
paid for bated Cotton.
D. RICHARDS CO.
Tarborough. Nov. 27h, 1834.
rect from thfc
the North, sev
tral lteht BA-
ROUCHESj intended loroheor
two horses. They are of differ
ent qualities and prices and wilt
be sold on accommodating terms.
Th ese Barouche were manulao
lured expressly to order, and the
work can be warranted.
ISAAC B. BRADY.
Tarboro,' May 1. 1835.
Coach & Gig Manufactory
THE Subscriber re
spect fully informs hia
friends and the public
in general, that he has
for himself oh his lot
in TarborouVh. r.pnr
the Bridge, where he will be prepaied to
carry on the above business in al' its vari
ous branches. He served a regular ap
prenticeship under Mr. Thos. Cobbs, of
Kaleigh, who carried on the business very
extensively, and kept in his employ regu
lar northern workmen. 1 1 several years
acquaintance with the business in One of
the most extensive establishments in the
State could nsu7e his success, he feels con
fident lie should meet it; but he is perfect!?
aware that atteitlion is equally necessary,
and this attention 'he is determined to ren
der. He hopes threiore, that all persona
who may far him their patronage,
will n ver become dissatisfied or disap
pointed. His work shall be faithfully exe
cuted and of the best materials. He ex
pects to have in a short lime a general
sortm'n of materials from New York,
which will enable him io do his wjyk not
inferior to any done in this section of coun
try. Repairing done with neatness and
Nathaniel M Terrell.
Tarboroujh, jttn. 1st, 1835. 1