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SATURDAY. JAN. 14. 1837.
The Senate is p-iucipaHY en-
gaged in debating; Mr. rVi'g'j thi Stale, hy granting incorpora
resoluiion, rescinding the Ti rau-j tjon to associations of individual
ry Order, requiring sp-cie pay-1 nterprize and capital, formed lor
ments for the Public Lands and! that purpose. Head first time.
the bill for the admi
ga ir.lo the Union.
don of Michi
Thp Mo. nf RpnrPntatirP.
r - 7
Has before il a resolution, subm.t-
ted by Mr. ise, tor an enquiry
into alleged abue ol the h,xecti-;
live Dep3ilments of the Govern- j
ment and a resolution iniroduc-t
ed by Mr. Bell, to provide for!
securing the freedom of election?
which bid fair to occupy the
most of their time during the session.
j Richmond M. Pearson, of Da
(JGov. Didley s Inaugural , ye coimlv an j J0m D. Toomer,
Address will be lound on our first j nf pa ettevil!e. have been elected
page- The Slandaul very jusdy Judge's of the Superior Court-remark-:
We are not dipoed to ' the former, be reason of the crea
quarrel with this Mes?3ge; it is tion ofa new Circuit the latter,
mostly a business document of in the place of Ovveii Holmes, re
treat interest to the Slate, and si?ned-
with some exceptions, must give
very general satisfaction. We!
hope he any be all that he PronH
ises, tne officer ol the State and
not ofa parly," and that he may
be assisted by able and patriotic
The following is an abstract of;
such of the oroceedinirs as we rnn-!
t 0- -
aider interesting to our readers.J
Mr. Moore presented a Reso
lution, directing thejoint Commit
tee on the subject ol a Penitentia
ry, lo enquire into the propriety
of establishing one or more Lunat
Mr. Joyuer, from the Commit
tee on Internal Improvement, re
ported a bill, heretofore referred !
to them, to incorporate the North!
Carolina Central Rail Road Com-j
pany, which passed its econd ai.d ,
third reading-, and was ordered i
to be engro-x (I.
Mr. J. W. Bryan, from the Jo
diciary Committee, to whom the
subject had been lelerred, repor
ted a bill to restore any person
convicted ofan infarnou- crime to
the rights of citizenship. Au
thorizes such person, three vtats
alter conviction, to file a petition
in the Superior Court, which tri-
hlln il hlil hll'P i iritl.-.! Inn ,1'tl
rp l U,,u .1, nr., ... .
The hour of 12 having arrived,
the Senate, on motion o! Mr.
Edwards, proceeded to the order
of the day. Messrs Edward?
and Bryan id Carteret were ap
pointed a Committer to wait on
the Hon. Mr. Memminger, Com
misMoner from the Slate of Suuth
Carolina, and invite him to the est and benevolent man; and shows
sal prepared for him in the Senate how well he deserved the confi
chamber. WhereuDon. the bill dei icp nf those who voted tn pt.
lo confer bankinir oriviles-es oo
. ! . oi ifie lo u i 1 1 ie, ;
Cincinnati and Charlelon Had
Road Company, was read the
second time; wnen vir. Menimin-;,.
(Tor rntl nnrl n A A rn. . I (Un W t
ot i i .u ... i . .
av w.uiucuun; iciiiiiii, dliu Willi;
great force and eloquence, in mid- i
port of the measure, and in expla-1
nation of the object of his mission. 1
After he concluded his remark !
me senate ai ioiimp m.ti d
oclock, P. M.
The bill making an appropria-
non lor carrying on and comple
linff the Uamtol ol thp Si-.t .......
rH ikB ihir.i i;m. i .
w..v. ... ..... w iiiutr, tiiiicuueo, on
iir. iJoia s motion
i, so as to ap-
in ;.lti-.i t
instead of ;
Mr pi j , j
mt. n4clwaid s !
proptiat- gl 20,000
75,000, and on
motion, so as to provide for the
..: ' t"ir :u nic iiiJiiiiiiLt; ui lilt UUlltS I If m w
lurn.sh.ns the Capitol; passed and of my new Office, I must invoke Lj,, ,' anJ J"Por
ordered to be enirrod. J . . . . usl mue j tunt h umor. V e conv the tol.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Mr. Moore presented a bill
empowering l.e Halifax arid Wei
don Lad Road Company, to sub
scribe I heir stock lo the Wilming
ton and Raleigh Rail Road Com-
rany, which passed its first read
Mr. Graham, from the Commit.
tee on the Surplus Revenue, made
. . . . ... i ......
la thliiilrtl report oi me varum
I .. .u:t, r,, ...nA In thorn tnirnlllpr
liject l''iriiru lu ''vij w r
wiih a bill o appropriate Hie pub
ic monie-i which hall he received
by ihi State. The bill was read
' the tirt lime and passed; and on
Loiion o! Mr. Crawford, ordered
j to be prii.tt d.
j Mr. Satterlhwaile introduced a
! bill to encouraze the culture and
i mantifipMirn nf su?ar and silk in
Adjournment. Both Houses
i lin-u 'trrp 1 tii niiiiiirn sine rlie.
. :V . . .7 t .7
nn ihp lain nisi-
We do not be
,ifive ,Iowever they will he able j
j ,0 gel through with the business j
before them, by that time, by
the 20ih, perhaps they can.
Elections. A number ol elec
tions have taken place since our
last, but we are so crowded for
room, that we can do nothing but
give general results.
un luesnay last, James .
Guinn, the Representative of the
i county of Macon in the House of
moos, was elected Solicitor
of the ne w Judicial Circuit in the
... . i
i ntic 5 uu inner ucr
s'jii iii ii w iii i ii ti 1 1 ui i, vjiii viici c nric
between thirty and forty scatter- -
ing votes, chiefly tn favor of Mr..
Gaither, ol Burke.
James K- dge, Clerk of the j
Senate, has been elected Solicitor !
of the 6th Judicial Circuit, vice
William J. Alexander, declined.
His opponent was Thomas Wil
son, of Burke. ib.
Councillors of Slate. We an
nounced in our last, the election
of five Councillors, leaving two
still to be chosen. Since then,
Charles E. Johnson, of Chowan
y mc) ai,'I
L. Dancy, of
B.) have been
I Office of Public Printer, and pre
srnoing the mode in which the
Printing for the Slate shall here
after be executed, has become a
Death of a .Member. It is with
sincere regret that we announce
the death of Geo. W. Montgome
j ry, the Senator from the County
of Hertford, who died nn Wednes
day last, after a brit f illness of a
few davs. ib.
Hon. Robert Strange. In liis
gentleman's letter, resigning the
office of Judge, on his temporary
election as Senator, we find the
following, which is well worthy!
this disinterested patriot and hon
tend bU tprm nfnfllr-P tn arc !
"Rv ihp nivnroftlif. i.nprl
I o, ..iroot.' f,o tw.i
. i t .i.i.. i" . i. i
uti in jii mine iiiinv iiouuraoie. :
; c? i
aa allordinc me a support, w
i i -, I
wl,,ch m;ISl necessarily pan by
ccePtmS the temporary appoint- '
me,u lendered me in your letter;
a,)d' Iid 1 listen only to the die-.
c . i
14";U' unic mierest, 1 snouit
preler remaining in my present
station. But I am too much a
debtor to the State for the many
favors I havp nlrp.idv rprpivcrl i
"Cl naiiu, miu urn iuu urtuiy auec- - t
ted with this new mark of the pub-
r cj . r i
he confidence, to pause upon con-1
. , . , , ' . , ,
derations merely prudential."
4.1.. .i. ,i:i r i ...
'i"eamehino inuuigence eipe-!
rienced for ten ears in the fulfil-;!
menthol my Judicial functions,! Important if irue.- was
conscious that the flattering dis-j rmretl on Saturday and yeer
Unction has fallen upon one hav- May n th- authority of letieis
ing little to recommend him save i we know not tvhpnpp nr K.
integrity of purpose, honest zeal
in action, a warm philanthropy
for mankind in genera!, and espe
cially that portion of it compre
hended in the endearing epithet,
Southern Citizen and Man
of Business. We have received
i he 2d No. of this new paper,
latelv established in Ashborough,
N. C. by Benjamin Swain, Eq.
We believe Urn paper will be de
voted to law and miscellany, and
eschew politics. ib.
Accident. We are pained to
state that the Rt. Rev. Bishop
Ives met with a serious accident,
on Thursday last. In leaving this
City for Fayelteville, in a carriage
j drawn bv two spirited tiorse,
i i " ri.. :..- Laimnd tlio
lMe lMOK ,r,"m Jusl
i r ttniKO nrnm off a
WFV . - . lK1k. unset the vehicle
am made a complete wreck of it.
The Bishop aud his river were
both thrown out-lhe former had
his shoulder dislocated and was
otherwise a good deal bruised
the latter escaped unhurt.
Clt appears by an Official
Report from the Secretary of the
Treasury, in the last Washington
oaoer. thai the portion of the iiur-
plus fund, coining to North Caro-
litia, is 1.911,679 53. ib.
Le.uuel Turner, convicted cf
i i . t i ii
tne muroeroi ..apt. narue.i, oi
Granville c-mnty, pursuant to sen
tence, on Friday last. ib.
fOn Tiniitni; auuninrr lief
, " , M , .',
negro named Jim Clark, while
t i c c i ti rr
I..,' 1 ,1 I
mimii in U UUUI, H.M U1CIUU11IU,
. . . r,..tt , . '
"llru m III a UUUI, ICII UCI UUtHI,
,nt , , ro. . ... s.
Stage Jisutter.-On Wednes- j
da v last, the southern staire. on it J
way hither from Wilmington, was
upset in Trenton, and sever.il pas-
sengers were slighilv iujiKed. We i
regret to state iImi Daniel Shine, j
Esq., of this place, was so badly
hurt that he was compelled to in- ,
termit his journey homeward. The '
passengers who came through in- ,
form us that the driver, either in-
ientionallv or neolipntU'. rr.nd i
the disaster. ib.
J -D"3--"V ' " ' I
Jf'ashinglon JMarket, Jan. 10.-
Turpentine, new dip $2 50
Old $2 50.
Tar,$l GO. JVhig.
Petersburg .Market, Jan. 9.
Cotton, 13 a 14! cents, as in qua
lity, sales small. Int.
Florida CamDaitrn.. Maior
General Jesup has made a requi- al of young Springstead, andoh
sition for 300 men upon the Go- j served "that he must have been
vemment of South Carolina. The ! ver.v careless or he w ould hav e
Governor, considering the uncer- j
tain relations that seem lo exist
between the United States Govern
ment and its commanding Gener
als, has prudently forwarded the
requisition to Washington Citv,
for the "endorsement of the Secre
tary of War, and for the funds ne
cessary for equipping the troops.
The last accounts from the seat
of Wr state, that the Wahoo
Swamp has been effectually
scoured Irom one end to the other
" nnomg a solitary Indian.
!Tlie P'valeiu opinion is, lhat
Oseola has at last abandoned this
stronc hod to seek anothpr. nrm
,. , .i. ii
retire to the Everglades.
H tlmmgton Adv.
fffS U .. .- TI
j uJ ;jaeiiger uom jren-
sacola, arrived here last evening
in ihe Champion, we learn that
:the U.S. Ship St. Louis, has
reached there from Tampa Bay.
. It is reported that she biings in
; tfclligence of Ihe failore of Gen.
! Jessup's expedition. Gen. J. had
lound no Indians
, T, .. "
. , ,
has resigned. Mob
Tom pa Bav with his tronn? in o
Mobile Com. He.
inw.nir fm th.. ti. i "
Dec. 26th. j
received, that the royal party in j
Mexico had declared Ihe infan'
of Spain, Bon Francisco de Paulo,"
King ol that tine country,
France and England had dedal ed
in his favor, and had furnished
wiih resource, to work m
to the throne thus offered
him ihat lour French shins ol 4
guns are now off Pensacola, and
were about to sail for the neigh
borhood of Vera Cruz, where an
other 74 had already ai rived, and
that these forces were lo stippoit
the party about to declare in favor
of the infant.
An expedition was lately pre
paring at Havana, about which
public opinion was divided. Ma
uy persons supposed it was de
tined for Mexico.
Late from Europe. Ad vice
from Euroue to the 20th Nov.
have been received. They give
an account ol tlv decline oi pro
duce generally, particularly the
KreatJVmeric.ui Siaple of Coltou.
The depression in the European
Market ha" had Us consequent
effect here by causing a decline
and stagnation in prices.
A rumor had pieva.itu to some;
extent in ionuon mhi n uruer;
in Council would be .;ued di.rc-j
tins the Bank ol England to cease j
; Id payments, which is officially
j II i-umored that the peo-
j pie of Nap!e have risen against
I neir King, arm utcnitu in iai-i
j of l,,e Prince of CaP',a
(rT'There is a nronosition he-
i i yj re i ue oouiu vuiuiiiki Ljeiiisui-
c i t - -,
ture to confer nankmcr m n ilprrpc
L. .i r-i i . i r - ' .
I nil the I nr vliin anl I ini'innili
! Railway Comnanv. and incorno -
rating a bank will, a capital of
j i . r -
b.()U).( (). uit i nower to in-
m -. . .
'the same to 9,000,000,
" J 1 ,
when the Railroad shall ,Mrh
wilh a double track the Sonthpro'
' 2,000,000 when it shall reach
the (Jhio river-lhe stock of the
oi tventurkv. and to
Company to be increased to
$ 1 2,000,000, by opening the
books again; and if that amount
oe raised, each stockholder to be
entitled to a Bank Share ;f 550
f,r earn Railroad Share, to be
successively raised to $75 and
$100 when the Road advances to
,ne P',,ls above named. The
Bank is to be called the South
Western Railroad Bank.
.V. Y. Star.
dCfOn the 3d, Samuel Spring
stead, a lad of 14, whilst paiug
through the woods in Sheffield,
Laraine Co., Ohio, was kiiled im
mediately by tlic falling ofa dead
limb upon him. On the 7th, Mr.
John Strong, in the same neigh
borhood, w as killed by the same
ause- He " been to the funer-
avoided the falling limb by which
ne was Kiiien, little ttttnUmg at
the lime that his own life would
so soon end from a similar acci
i 111 ii, i i l ..
An unfeeling wretch. A young
woman, Ann Meliue, residing at
io. 2G4 William street, was
brought up to the Police for hav
ing set fire to the clothes of her
mother with the intention of de-
strovincr her. and ii wn nlil. rrr,..t
irouDie ttiat the names which had
already enveloped the mother.
could be cot under hv tbo
i cn mo lirtnf . . i
"vvwam i me
; uu.wv. uuujc, uu vias resisted in
his efforts by the unnatural dauch-
1 tie motber was rarrlml i.i
the Hospital dangerously burnt, ii.
Destroying the Cherokees bv
frjwA-ey. uov. Schley. Dec. 8,1
made an important communica
tion to the Georgia Legislature,!
tin-iuaiug recent uespatcnes sent
by express from Gov. Wool, touch
ing the alarming state of things
produced among the Cherokee '
ov ttie shamelul practice pursued ;
by the whites of selling to them '
illloxicatino linnnr nn rtiriit., ,1.. I
i- : m, .' ' 1
"iiisKey. mis abuse is carried
on to great extern at New Kchota
and its vicinity, and among ihe
despatches is a remonsiranceYroin
the principal Chiefs, petitioning
the Legislature to prevent the
person, by the
small fee to the Clerk, may obtain
a.licence; Gov. Schley urges the
passage of a law totally prohibit
ing such licences. Gen. Wool
implores the Governor to use hi
exertions lo procure such a law,
otherwise he fears the worst ol
consequence at the approaching
assemblage of 1000 Indians at
New Echota, to meet the Com
missioners. The Chiefs say their
people are, by the frequent pota
tions of whiskey, becoming de
graded to brutes. ib.
Farewell Steam. There seems
no limit to the surprising inven
tive faculties of our countrymen.
We learn by the Freehold (N. J.)
Inquirer that on the 8th Dec. and
following davs there will take
tdace at that town under the di-
reciion ofan examining commit
tee, a series of experiments with a
new propelling power for Rail
roads, invented by Mr. U. Em
mons of that town, and called the
Spring Power Locomotive. The
, speed is computed at from 70 to
ifjO miles per hour! and that en-
jjrev effected by springs, of which
l)ere ,fe 500 , ,,e jOComol,ve
No danger of explosions here...&
, Fa(al u 0f Intoication
Yesterday about 4 o'clock, P. M.
as one of the deck passengers, by
the name of Barlow, on board the
steamboat Cuba, as she was about
to leave for Louisville, was pass
ing bv the engine, in an inloxica
? . '
, f . . , . .
snail and was pitched forward:
"hen bemcr struck bv the wheel.
O "J " liwvi,
! UU hea,J was CUl completely off
"" J"" ue me mourn oacu-
r i .1 i i i
t nrf iirnpni in rr n m o c w on mi
: PI' Cincinnati Whig
i ' r-"--h
f!?Elder Parham Puckett is
1 exrwrten In nrpnrli of fllit min
j C7k' Wdy, 1 ih Jar.,
""J"5 nd?' the ,oth' ,n Fa,b"
ro ; Saturday and Sunday, the
14th and 1 5th, at Conetoe; Mon
day, the 10th, at Upper Town
At Ttirbiro" and New York.
JA.N.9. . per Tarboro'. Xetc York
Bacon. t. 12 15 12 13
j E?e$s, Sb. CO 23 8 34
Bra'dv,H.p!e g -H'i. 4b 50 34 37
Coffee, tb. 13 16 11 13
torn, bush.' 65 70 81 5
Cosiim, Ib. i 13 14 Ui IS
Cotton bng'g. yard.j 20 25 22 25
Fl.mr, gupf. lbl. I CI'.' ?12 fcOO 11
Iron. Ib. 5 3 4
I-nrd, lb. 12 15 12 17
.Molie?, ,'gaU'u 55 60 30 4g
S.i-T.brown j lb. M 8 51
Salt, T.I. I.'.u.h f 60 65 3;. -12
Turpentine, j Lbl. 250 275 4.'5 455
uht-at. tuh.- HX 125 l5o 165
Ul,,Wv, ' Lbl 45 TO 34 3.5
Of Crop. Stock, sfc.
X MOXDVV, th 16th inst. the Sub
scriber will st II at Public sale at Id
rs ilence, 5 mils from Taiboro ou ihe
stae roait to VVajhingion,
M hi Crop, Slock, crc.
Conisting of a!o-it 13 or 14.0 O lbs seed
Coiton. beltv-en i and 3O0 b.irrtl, Com,
60 or 70 bushels Peas. Fodder. i:C. Hnr
ss, Calt, nmong wbicn art- a yoke of
Oien Slioats sows and P.? a t'O taitoo
still, anple mi:l, and a ii, ty of Farming
uteni:s. AIo, a Gig a. d barntss. and
household und kitchen Furniture. Terms
will be made kuuwti on the dv of s:e.
Benj. Boy kin.
January 9, 1S37
Newspaper Eslu blish men t
THF. sul.scribers hi, ing determined to
engage in a uiiltnut pursui , tu
Js ojfcralfur Safe.
The Otln o u well provided h the ne
, V "'!. iihti di .g
h mere tra.,a,isirt ofihr ,,,. lo tlo
litr. ordered it. the patron
! futU hlkt k oilier br .rci. of
Hiiues ku,i to the sibcnbr
Itt Wi n I;
se aiMouul of capital t rodi.es m.
A the sal i nieieiy a matter of cone
nu ncc . i l.e snbci ibers. uu o e i.ed
rty s a j chaser who i i0 Str$ia il.f
poi.li.at .ii.iCiple vhici thir Si-etUu.i-h.s
Vaslcur & Moore.
Xertbcrn, -1th rv't. lS3d,
Burt cj; Horne,
vkf-sl," are iiuw utTciin .
Cu.-t thrir en tiff ""!
Stock of .Mvvvh:nulit
U ST ANTONSBURfc
For casli, or on a cruln tin the fir,f j
of Jun-iary wiih iui-it,c from ih e
(Uy of Ari!
Ail tl.i-e in arr-a uti 10 iht fi :
will t asp to laUt- i. t tc thai ;ijmi.llt
parlicularty r- iynt-3 ed on or .i,ti,e
first day oi Ajui'. 11
On which ihy me now d.in b-ijineg CJll
li hunitl an I omcsh n iri by
firt of April. 'J he :i Har.iagfi.us jjU?
lion of i ii place for biuiuA is so
known they N eiu it iuii.ec-s:ai v to
9nv Ct r t hup p . -r. ' .
Gocd siove house, wart
house?, U house, j
Aho afir.t rate coiton Screw on the pre,,
a" " hich be sold low and ti
accornniodntuig urm lo any persou wiSi
ing; f piirci.ase curh a siluai.on.
Si.nr..n-it,irp, Jan. KUh, 1S37. I
Worth of (loads at Cost.
Wm, B'iri fV Son.
Selling Off nl c st,
A la S And liailluilit sorlmnl i.?
FA S'C Y A Vfl STAPLE
A credit till ihe first dai of J.tntinry i
le given, with im-resi lixm tue flr.-t Ujr
All those who hare not settled their a:
count for the ito itl ;lf ;ise call un
do so on or Liluie thr- firi nay of Aipil.
i neir iots,
And all appurtenances thereto attacheit.
dre for sale.
mere h a large new two story dwtllin:
anil nil nlhr nMiian hr.
venience of a family on the premises, be
sides a large well arrang- J
Store' house, vare house,
gin house and cotton scrnv.
As they intend movi.ig to thv t. il n
wi'loCerto any person a good l.ari. i.
who may ih to pnrlae.
Stantoiij.Ijisrg, Jn. 10, 1S J7.
IS hereby given toall the creditors of
Nathan Sestnms. dec'il,
To pree"! th.-ir claims in tnr iu mofUx
for liquidation at the 4.ie hcu-p cl' I!
Austin i; Son. on fhe ISO. cf Jaminrt
next. On lit d.y I l.e U. ir aio
ceas-ed viil atteud for ire r"p .f si'i
tling the del.t ,Ue by the nee ae. AL
persons indebted are"req.?esied to rvA
payment at same ti.ne- Pi s i.oiice
be pltad iu b.r of rrcverr.
30ih Dec. 13-la. L2
And .Man of business.
IThat do ice lire for. but to iw prove car
selctt, and be utfful to one ai.olher?
THF. subscriber pr .p.nrs to publish in
the tonn of liboroiiih, R4ndolb
c. unty. . C. a weekly neusii;,j cr uujtt
the above title.
From mature rriection on the subject
and some cnusuhatiou with men rf eipt-ri-
ne'e. it is brliewd. thai..bv comif dir.-;
the ordinary variely of a .Newspaper, wiia
practical legal maiiius. advice. pproei
formt. k.c- in ti.e trao-action o busines
the pnblicaiion may Le rendered us. I"'i'.
and generally arce tUe, at least to ll
citix-r of thi State
Is is difilculi ia enumerate beforehand
ll the Mitijects that xvmx b- ronVi.b red
witijin It.e design of tl( f(i; but amon
other tI. due t:eii..n will l.e pnid
Rtf itfMU, tMl.tT,FdUi ti.M. Pol tic. AJ-
tk tdwr. . Commerce. i.c lo-etrt r w ith the
rewf he day. f:ricn and domestic.
Ihe Imismc- mailer will be similnr i
chatrti totti hkh appeait jn the l
and 2d rots, of the "-.Man nf bnsinf ss;" nrul
it necessary, some of tl subjects the
treated of. will lie more fu!!y xptainr-
In po!iucs. the publication i pleled to
party. Aud it is h..pd aixl believed
that no improper prejudice "ill be indulg
ed AM rait rs shall have f,r nL Thi
Editor promises m ii hoot reserve, li e strict
et attention to the rl.asii'y f hi col
umns; and far a prrtiri"e f render
the publication exactly n h a every wor
thy citizen vrtfl t-ke pleasure in in' rod U
c.ng tj xbi notice of ii: family i. fricu J:.
The Citizen will t'e issued every Pa'ur
tar iuoi q'ii', on a fine suj'er-rm hrt,
at S- Jer an .urn in d or i! not
pa 4 wi'hin t! r-e .i . t vm the tla'e u
j I f
:ke firs' iff
Ash rru-Ji, tvloT.