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This vote is considered as decisive of the
fateof the bill, which it is now suppos
ed will pass the House of Representa
tjves it is considered somewhat doubt
tvhethcr it will pass the Senate in its
Jlolasscs. In the debate in
Congress on the Tariff, Mr. Liv
ingston said, that sufficient mo
lasses could be raised in Louisia
na and the neighboring States to
sllpply the whole Union.
Enoch Kinchcloir, (whose cause
was removed from this countvO
was tried at the Superior Court of
Franklin county, held last week,
for passing counterfeit Bank
Notes, found guilty, and senten
ced to stand in the pillory one
hour, receive thirty-nine lashes,
and be imprisoned one year in the
jail of this county. RaleighStar.
Foreign. An arrival at New
York furnishes London advices to
the 1st of March. The accounts
from Constantinople are interest
ing, and had created mucli sensa
tion in Paris and London. It
seems that immense bodies of
troops had marched into that capi
tal, especially from Asia; and the
consequence was, that many ex
cesses had been committed on the
European population. The news
was unotncial but so much con
H randy, -Corn,
Sugar, brown, -
Tea, Young Hyson,
eicrs ' g
North-Carolina Hank Notes.
M Petersburg, 8 to 10 per cent, discount.
At New- ork, 8 to 12 do.
J?0R SALE, a quantity of good Ba
con and Lard, which will be sold
low for Cash, or on a credit until the
1st of November next. Those who
wish to purchase on credit, will send a
note with good security.
Halifax County, April 22, 1828. 3G
nHHE Subscriber respectfully informs
the Public, that he has commenced
And Harness-making Business,
In the Town of Halifax,
And will be thankful to all those who
may lavor him with thoir ructnm
tldence was placed in it, that tlic!Vork slia11 he executed in the neatest
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opinion generally prevailed that
war was inevitable. Great Bri
tain was preparing to send troops
to the Ionian Islands but proba
bly the first blow will be given by
the Russians on the Pruth.
' Cotton Seed Whiskey. This
iuuuuui uifccuvery, hko many oth
ers, was accidental. The gentle
man, a Mr. John Gray, ofGeor
gia, in a careless moment, suffer
ed his cotton seed and corn to be
thrown together; and corn being
scarce, he threw the cotton seed
with the corn into the brewery.
The result, viz: the quantity of
whiskey, arrested his attention.
He then mixed half and half, and
finally sold it without any detec
tion in the taste. He then went
on to try all cotton seed, throwing
peck of meal into each hocrs'
JW, to cause fermentation.
J his produced a vigorous extrac
tion of gs; and a large quantity
oil, bland, and of a drying qua
llt)', well suited for painting, was
produced, and the quantity of
whiskey, was extraordinary from
the cotton seed. Alab. Jour.
and best manner.
Halifax, April 22, 1828.
the several . Regiments Halifax N.
C. Militia The Cantains and Com
mandants of companies are hereby or-
uerea to parade. their respective com
mands at CroweliV Cross-Roads, on
Saturday, the 3d day of May next:
The Officers of the said Regiment are
ordered to parade on the day previous,
April 10, 182S. 35-3
Herrings Q Shad.
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale by
"iv, uuuowuuci, suiiiti prime
Next) Herrings & Shad.
Of a superior quality, which can be had
on application to
JOS. L. SIMMONS.
Halifax, April 12, 182S.
HHHE Co-partnership formerly exisl
A ing under the firm of
EVAN Si ANDREWS CO.
Was dissolved on the I5lh ulto. by mu
tual consent. All those indebted to said
firm, are requested (o make payment to
WILLIAM J. ANDREWS, (one of
the partners ot said firm,) who is fully
authorised to receive payment, and give
discharges as usual, and to transact and
control the business of said concern, un
til finally settled.
IV ILL. J. ANDREWS.
Sparta, 8 Mar. 1828. 3-1-5
T WILL SELL, LEASE, or RENT,
-- mv Lot and houses at Enfield. The
6th Feb. 1S2S.
J. II. SIMMONS.
! stand for a Store isenual to nnv rnnntrtr
1 VXT TV T T CTLHTn h t i-r ' , .1 . . 1 . . ' . J
xioirun, 01 uaniax sianu in l ie stale.. ..and not in mnr in
town, holds now in possession seven many country stands for a housp. of on.
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yor eigm negroes, wnich were the prop- tertainment.
erty ol the late Martha Lane, deceased, The building consists of a convenient
which she left for the use of said A. M. two story dwelling-house, well-finished.
rasieur uunng ner natural lile, then oth- with lour tire-places, store-house, ware
erwise disposed of, one part of which house, gin-house (and gin,) and other
she gave to my wife Martha, which out-houses.. ..possession given immedi-
nght and interest I have disposed of, ately.... terms accommodating.
soia ana conveyed unto Mary Uilmour,.
for value received, and all persons what-!
soever are hereby cautioned and fore-1
warned of purchasing any of said ne
groes, (viz:) Jacob, Castcllo, Adam,
I-a3c, Monday, Dick, Meriah, and Me
licia Dick and Kiac she has already
disposed of Isaac to Ann E. Morgan,
of Warrcnton, and Dick is now in pos
session of Benj. Halsey, of this county.
Any person conveying off any of said
negroes, may expect to meet with the ri
gor of the law.
The negro man Edmund, now in pos
session of Col.Thos. Ousby of this place,
and Rhody, Kitty, and Rhozine, can on
ly be disposed of during the natural life
of said A. M. Pasteur, then otherwise
disposed of by her mother's will, (to
wit:) Martha Pasteur, deceased.
WM. D. BARRETT.
Halifax, 19th April, 1828. 36
npHE Subscriber, as Executor of WrrL
Drew, dee'd, holds a bond dated the
26th Feb. lS28j payable 26th Feb. 1829,
executed by Lewis Layssard for the
sum of four hundred and forty dollars,
with interest from the date, as security
for the payment of that sum for the pur
chase money for the lots No. 129, 133,
in the town of Halifax, in nrPPnt
possession of Lewis Layssard until the
payment mereot, the lots are held liable
to the lien treated by law.
A. A. B. STITH, Ex'r.
April, 1828. 35.4
Mrs. D. Womble,
TTAS just returned from the North,
flnH is nnpn I n or o moct ennark nnJ
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extensive assortment of
Ladies' Fancy Goods,
Direct from the City of New-Fork.
Comprising a general assortment in her
line ot business Among them are
Leghorn Flats, different numbers.
Patent summer Bonnets of the latest N
1 ork fashions,
Straw Bonnets, in great variety.
Children's Leghorn, Straw and Silk
Superb head dresses .
Plain and figured Silks and Satins, Gros
de Naples. &c. assorted colors,
Wreaths and bunches of artificial flow
ers, a great variety,
Bobinelt Veils, of different prices,
Thule, bobinett and blown Lace,
White, black and patent Crape,
Gauze, satin and lutestring Ribands, as
Gimps, fancy and silk Cord, &c. &c.
Mantua-making, in all its variety,
executed wilh despatch in a superior
style and after the latest N.York fashions.
Halifax, April 14, 182S.
At Norfolk, on the 15th ins!. Mr.
-Whan Woollen, of Northampton
wunty, to Miss Ann Stewart, of Nor-
GEORGE BUSBY, who resided some
time in the interior of North or
nnfh Pnrolinn. nnd aftnrwards in thp
tne 9th inst. Rohert Potter, Esq. I South-eastern part of the United States,
1 Oxford. Un wic nnnpprnpfl in thp FrlJtnr-
-i uiiuiiv ui niiuux,! 10 iiiii ' " v w
Taylor, of Granville.
. 1(1 Halifax county, a few days since,
41 J- Stephen Eurc.
in v.irrfiM muni- r, oi, 4: .
L , n .niuii iiuju aiuuc.
nomas B. Eaton.
JJKCEIVED, nnd for sale by
-u,JScriuers, 10U barrels
will be sold low for Cash.
VIn D- RICHARDS CO.
Pnl 21, 1828. 6
ship of a newspaper, but of whom his
friends have not heard for the last five
years, is informed that he may hear of
something to his advantage by commu
nicating with his brother C. A. Busby,
at Brighton in England, or with Julian
Busby, Esq. at his Chambers in Crown
OHice Row. TemDlc, London, or by di-
recting a letter, post paid, to the office of
the New-York evening rosi. Any in
formation concerning the said George
Busby, communicated as above would
confer a favor on the writer of this.
Constables' Blanks for sale,
At this Office.
4 xMOST daring and diabolical at-1X-
tempt was made on Thursday mVht
last, to set fire to the premises occupied
uy uie ouoscnoer. pue ol mixed cot
ton and cotton seed, lying close under
the root in the upper story of his work
shop, was set on fire, but was providen
tially discovered between 11 and 12 o'
clock and extinguished. The fire must
have been placed under the cotton, as it
hurnt the suriace of the floor to the ex
tent of about twenty feet in circumfer
ence, and also through the floor had it
kindled into flames the whole nremfces
must inevitably have been consumed, as
the top ol the cotton communicated
with the roof. There can be no doubt
but that it was the work of some vile in
cendiary. The above reward will be
paid to any person, who will give such
information as will lead to a conviction
of the offender or offenders.
GEO. Mc WILLIAMS,
Tarboro,J April 14, 182S. 35
OTRAYED from the Subscriber's Sta-
ble in Scotland Neck, near David
Clark's, on the 3d March, a large
Chesnut Sorrel Horse,
Drawing on the SOth this Month.
April 1, 1828.
To be drawn in the city of Baltimore,
under the superintendence of the Com
missioners appointed by the Governor
and Council, on
Wednesday, SOth of April.
1 prize of 10,000 is Sl0,000
1 prize of
1 prize of
3 prizes of
10 prizes of
20 prizes of
100 prizes of
100 prizes of
5000 piizes of
Having a white spot in his forehead,
with the letter R branded on his left
shoulder, bad hipshot in the left hip. and
both hind feet white. Any person that
will stop said horse and deliver him to
me shall receive a reward nf Pi
lars....or in proportion, if secured so -prompt and punctual attention as if on
5236 prizes amounting to S3S,000
$3More Frizes than Blanks.
This Scheme will be drawn on ih
ODD AND EVEN SYRTF.M: U
which the holder of two tickets must
obtain at least one Drize. and mar
Whole Tickets,$5.00 Quarters, Si. 25
Halves, : : 2.50 Eighths, : 62
To be had in the greatest variety of
Lottery and Exchange Office,
114, Market-street, Bait.
Where more Capital Prizes have bepn
sold than at any other office in the Uni
V0RDERS either by mail (post
paid) or private conveyance, enclosing
the Cash or Prizes, will meet the same
that I get him again.
personal application. Address to
J. I. COHEN. Jr. $ PRO THERS,
Baltimore, April 1, 1828-