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FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1823.
jjVc arc requested to announce
rrvrrii Hyman, as a candidate to re-
,)!eent this County in the House of
Commons of the next Ueneral Assem
bly of this State.
Signs of the Times. The Newbern
Sentinel has changed owners the pre
sent proprietors, in an address to its pa
trons in their paper of Saturday week,
s'ate that in consequence of "a division
tf opinion between its former editors on
ho claims of the individuals who were
before the public as candidates for the
presidency," the paper became "as
strict!' neutral as possible" but
"Recently, the Sentinel has be-
some the joint property of the
present proprietors, who, anxious
to maintain tor it that neutral cha
racter which it has heretofore sus
tained, published a Circular de
claring their intention to pursue
that course which was best calcu
lated to give mutual satisfaction
to their patrons, and a positive as
surance to do nothing which could
produce any additional heat in the
political atmosphere around it;
but at the same time tendering
come converts and will certain
support Old Hickory." ml
Warrcnton, June 2G.-An at
tempt to rob the Mail, was made
on Friday night last, halfway be
tween Warrcnton and Louisbur
1 he villain cut one of the straps
- uu coot and a hole in the ffrqat
uu irom the North for the
Jarge cities of the South, but ow
ing to the chains wltl,
leather, is bound, succeeded in
getting out only a few newspa
pers, for which he seems to have
nad no taste, as lir InfY n,m :
the road. Reporter.
Faijcticville, June 25. ThU
town was visited On Pfiflnir loot
about 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
with a thunderstorm of unusual
severity, attended with rain. T)-
ring its continuance, the Franklin
rod attached to the
1 resbyterian Church, was struck
by the lightninff. Thn rhvnlli.
house of Mr. Charles B. Jones
was also struck and entirely con
sumed. Fortunately, the flames
extended no further. Most of the
furniture was saved, and very pro
videntially, Mr. Jones and his fa
mily had removed, but the even
ing before, to their summer resi
dence in the country. Jour.
sloop of war Hornet, to undergo
complete repairs for the intended
expedition to the South Seas; and
that orders have also been sent to
several of our naval officers on
distant stations, to hold them
selves in readiness for accompa
nying this expedition. Much cre
dit is due to our intelligent fellow-
citizen, Mr. Reynolds, for his ex
ertions in promoting an object
which promises to be highly be
neficial to the commercial inte
rests of our country. iVash.Tet.
For the General Assembly of N. C.
Election on Thursday, 31st July next.
For the Senate.
Louis D. Wilson.
For the House of Commons.
Benj. Sharpe, John G. Blount,
Benj. Wilkinson, Keneth Hyman.
Lightning. On Tuesday, the
10th inst. Martin Shelly, son of
lnhn Sin it I .1 . 1 1
k, press and services to citcr lightning, at l.is father's residence,
or both partus, for the publica- inli ,,. '
olio any matter in relation to;We understand, that young Mr.
e subject of the Presidency, m; Shelly was stilirs w- .
umMiape 01 painpmets, or a se- dow no:ir the chimnov wjJore t)0
pirate paper, to be under the gui- raill was ,)culillg iu fmm the vio.
uancc and direction only of the uncc of tlle 8t0r mt his sister
party having it published. This waa standing near him, and nno
propositioii, made with a view to thor poraon in tIle sflrnc apart.
me pecuniary advantage of the ,,,,. ,u aicr,r wna nnni,lr.r1.l,lv
editors, and extended alike to all, s,0cked and fell, but received no!
nas excited the resentment of the r,.. ,ii,nr nn nnt nfJ
inouds of the Administration, fucted. Greensboro' Patriot.
many of whom have withdrawn
their support from the Sentinel.! Guilford Gold. We have en
roling that this aet of hostility (lcavored to ascertain the exact
wi Uie part of the friends of Mr. amount of gold that has been
Plains was altogether unmerited fouml jn this county, but find it to'
. xv.wo vy U(. almost iinpussiuur, inert; aiu
c fcentinel can only express ej,t or ten mines at which a con-U;-'lr
"-'grot that their efforts to siderable portion of gold is found
House and conciliate, have not. evcry Jay, We are assured that
WCIl met. And inrr tliornm nnL . l,. om nnn
J ICl l. IVyllOl ! 1 UlUUl' HVi III M. iv;wv
metal has been tound in tins
Religious. Elder P. W. DOWD is
expected to preach at Upper Town
Creek Meeting-house on Thursday be
fore the fourth Sunday in Julv Friday;
at Parker's Meeting house Saturday,at
Lower lown Creek fleeting-house
Saturday evening, (56th July) in Tar
b o ro u gh . Co m m u n ica ted.
(rj The Rev. Thomas Duprce will
by appointment preach at the Baptist
Church in this place, on the first Satur
sani church are requested to
business pf importance will
thu church. Com'd.
Britt Sally Mrs
Crisp Samuel 2
Cooper Eaton D
Eagle Richard T
7 and Sunday in July next it beingjHadley Weeks P
iir regular meeting, the members oft Hines Peter Col
13RICB of Board the present Season
-V. at HUNTERS VILLE:
F or Ladies & Gentlemen per week;S5 25
Horse per day - - - ... o 50
Children and Servants half price.
. IV M. K. KEARNY.
W?rren County, N. C.
26th June, 1828.
. 'A List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post-Office at Tar
borough, N. C. the 1st day of July,
1828, which if not called for and
taken out by the 1st day of October
next, will be sent to the General
Post-Office as dead letters.
Askew William Nelson Jonas
Armstrong Joseph Owens Elijah
Anderson William Purvis Roderick
Bell Frederick 4
Pender William 2
Braswell Benjamin Pender Eliz'th Mrs
Big-grs James Powel Jacob
Philips Etheld D,r
RuffinJ A Miss
Southerland John L
Hines Peter Col Taylor Tabitha
Holmes h-dward laylor William
Horn James J 2 WTatkins Elisha 2
Harper Bennett Williamson Henry
Hair PriscillaMiss2 Williams John G
On Thursday evening, the
at tiie residence of Mai. Natli'l Rn.
chelle, in Southampton, Va. by the Rev.
Mr. Evrctt, Mr. Georee IV. Guru, of
the town of Halifax, N.C. to Miss FiV
"The world was sad, the garden was a wild,
"And man the hermit sigh'd till woman
On the 19th inst. at his residence in
Halifax county ,.aftcr a long and linger
ing confinement, Capt. Jos. IV. Fare,
who has thus early been taken from the
bosom of an affectionate cor-panion.
Co m m u n ica ted.
At Washington, N. C. on Monday,
23d ult. Mrs. Paulina C. Potts, wi'fe
of Dr. John Potts, and daughter of Dr.
D. Telfair, of that place.
JtlLT nnnri'l r tli- rnncniiiw'
which originally directed their
course, they have now to state,
ljiat their columns will be open to
support of Andrew Jackson.
"ut while they are resolved to
?SG every honorable means with
111 their power to promote his elec
t!on, they will not admit to their
Pagss any thing of a private or
personal character, calculated to
ffound the feelings of others.
"Having taken this stand then,
Ue editors of the Sentinel look
uh confidence to their friends
tor a generous support."
Signs in North-Carolina. A
ctler to the editors of this paper,
Hvs the Raleigh Star,) dated
l:l'itonshurg, Edgecombe coun
C. June 21), says, "Jackson
gaining ground daily. The
t,0(ioneering pamphlets, impro
Per,y called "oHicial," forwarded
V Culpcper, have put the Jack
nians on their guard, and caused
-'Uly of the Adamsites to become
ke-varm, whilst others have be-
county since the first day of Sep
tember last. ib.
Tallahasse, (Florida) 3 fay 3...
The prospects for the coming
crops are very flattering, and it is
hoped that our days of tribulation
and trouble, on the score of hog
and hominy, are about to be num
bered. Considering the immense
number of new and hungry
mouths, lately visited upon us, we
,n nnt look with much surprise,
upon the present high price of
prOVlSlOUS. rtUU lJ v iiiti, v
long continued drought of last
season, and the want of winter
throughout our bacon country, and
all must concur, that we are now
in a state of things never again to
be looked for. Adv.
Expedition to the South Seas...
We learn that orders have been
issued from the Navy Department
to our squadron on the West In
dia station, for the immediate re
turn to New-York of the U. S.
JUNE 27. per Peters' g . X. York.
Bacon, - lb 7 b 9 10
Brandy, - - gal. 35 371
Corn, - - bu'h 35 40 45
Cotton, - - - lb 9 11j 10 12
Coffee, - - 16 17$ 13 17
Flour, family, - bbi 600 475 550
Iron, - - - ton 110 112 $90 96
Molasses, - - gal 35 50 32 40
Rum, New-Eng. - 42 57 38 45
Sugar, brown, - lb 9 12A 8 11
. loaf, - 18 25 17 19
Tea, Young Hvson, - 100 125 90 98
Imperial - - 140 150 120 140
Wheat, - - - bu'l 80 85 90 94
Whiskey, - - gal. 33 36 27 34
Stop the Thief,
N Thursday, the 24th inst. a man
came to my house, and after remain
ing through the day, he decamped in the
nieht takinjr with him a small cat-hamM
roan horse, about 8 years old, aud in
good order he also took a plaid cloak
nearly new, a pair of blue cloth panta
loons, and a waistcoat. His name is not
known he is about 5 feet 10 inches
high, dark complexion, 25 or 30 years
of age, and had on dark colored clothes.
I will give a reward of Ten Dollars for
the recovery of the property, and would
be much gratified in having the fellow
punished, if he could also be secured
any information respecting them will be
JOSHUA S. CLARK.
Gardner's Bridge, Martin
County, N.C. June 2S; 182S. 5
Hines Benj a R
Manning M E
Mayo John L
80 J. R.
Willard Aaron Jr.
LLOYD. P. M.
A List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post-Office at Ha
lifax, N. C. on the 1st of Julyf
1828, which if not taken out be
fore the 1st of October next, will be
sent to the General Post-Office as
Andrews Edward Livsey Henry T
Alston Gideon Esq Layssard Lewis
Benford JnoA Capt Long Lend Esq
B urges AS H Dr Mas ken Hardy
Badger F H Dr Mathews Thos P
Bailey Valen'e Esq Mathews IshamEsq
Britt Saml Miles Thomas
Batchelor Fra Mrs Moss Polly
Carson T H Esq 7 Medlin Martha
Cole Joshua Esq Morris Henry
Montford H G Esq
Nevill Goodman 2
Daniel MarthaMiss Newsom Henry
Daniel R B Esq Pettway M H Esq 9
Daniel James AI Pair Robt Esq
Daniel Jos J Esq Purington Robt T
Davie A J Esq Perkins J A Mrs
Davis Benj Esq Powell Mary R Mrs
Du berry Eiiz'h Mrs Powell Geo
Eaton B C Maj 3 Powell Isaac
Eure E H Pope Martha Mrs
Ellis Benja Pritchard John
Fulgum John Pitman E C Esq
Fosset Mary Miss Simmons Jas Esq 2
Fort Ricks Simmons J H Esq
Garrett H'y Capt 3 Sessoms Blake S
Gray W E Esq Sonsly Stephen
GeeCharlesJr Maj 2 Stangor F H Miss
Green Arthur Esq Smith E B Esq 2
Corbin Thos D
Davis E H E
Green Thomas 2
Gary G W Esq
Hail Mary Mrs
Heptinstall J L
Harris James Esq
Hardie Mary Mrs
Hilliard Isaac Esq
Hawkins W D
Jones Saml K
Taylor W A
Tillery Thos II Esq
Th rower J II Capt
Washington J G
Willeox Maj A Dr
Isbell SarahM Miss WoodcockJohn Rev
Jones Allen Ji Whitaker M G Miss
Lasiter T XV Esq
1 1 1 JOS. L. SIMMONS, P, 31