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rc the legs of the culprit, and arranged
thcj rope, the handkerchief was drawn
over his eyes. The Sheriff and his de
puty descended from the scaffold the
Sheriff said stand up Washington; 'Yes,
Sir,' he replied firmlyhis vofce quailed
not not a muscle moved nor joint trem
bled. The drop fell and he was launch
ed into eternity. After some slight move
ments of the shoulders, lie was still
locked in the cold embraces of death.
Ue he innocent or guilty, he met death
with a firmness which we deemed almost
The crowd dispersed no disorder was
committed, and the day passed off with
out accident of any kind. Oxford Ex.
Melancholy Shipibrecc The schoon
er Elizabeth, of Bordentown, N.J. Doug,
iiss, master, from Plymouth, N. C. with
a cargo of staves and shingles, bound to
Kingston, Jamaica, sailed from the for
mer place on the 7ih March, and from
Ocracock on the 13th, and on the 16ih
following, sprung aleak and immediately
filled with water. On the next day Imr
foremast was carried away. The crew
with the exception of Thomas Buzmai,
mate, who was drowned; Nathan Phelps
and Samuel M'C'irty, seamen, who p. r
ished for want of water, were taken off
the wreck ten days after, (during which
time they had nothing to subsist on but a
few potatoes) by Capt. H'miinij, of s.dir.
Banner, from Plymouth, bound to King
ston, who transferred them, oti the 31st,
to the schr. Jason, Duncan, of and fur
Folly Landing, from St. Thomas, which
put into llamptun Roads yesterday, for
the purpose of landing them. The sur
viving crew lost every thing but the
clothes which they had on. Mr. Bnz
man and Phelps, belonged to Plymouth,
N. C. and McCarty to Baltimore.
Another melancholy Shipwreck. The
schooner which was sunk below the light
boat, in the heavy gale on Sunday night
last, was the Friends, Capt. Anderson,
lrom Newport s Mows, wiih a cargo of
sand for the Dry Dock. All on board,
four in number, went down with the ves
sel. She lies in about 1 1 fathoms' water.
The schooner belonged to Capt. Free
man, of Portsmouth. ib.
(T?The Collector of the port of New
Orleans has received an anonymous hit
ter enclosing 8500, being the amount of
certain duties of which the writer had de
frauded the government.
since, being near hor confinement. Dr
Moreau was called twenty minutes after
ler death, and effected upon her theCao
sanan operation. The result was, three
ng infants, two boys and a girl; two of
these died immediately, the Third lived
lour days by artificial respiration.
l P'intr Rights. k case hns been
leaded in New York in favor of the
New York Dady Sentinel, against Lee,
t ovydl & Co. wherein ihe principle was
confirmed that persons receiving a news
paper without ordering it discontinued,
are liable in all cases for the payment of
the same. J
Cotton Gin for Sea Islands. Yq
learn by a letter from the Messrs. Whit
"more, (the great land mechanists of
VVest Cambridge, near Boston) that one
ot them may soon be expe. ted in this cl
ly with a Patent Maehine for separating
'he seed from the cotton without injur
nig the staple. Those who have seen
tl in operation, speak with the utmost
confidence of ,ts certain and complete
success. Charleston Mtr.
North-western Indians. An associa
tion has been formed in Detroit, "for en
couraging Missionary efforts in evangeli
zing the north-western tribes, and promo
ting education, agriculture, industry,
peace, and temperance among them." St
is called the "Algic Society." Henry R.
Schoolcraft, Esq. author of several valu
able works relating more or less to the
Indians, is President of the Association.
JL'" uDscnuer, who for several years past,
has been engaged in the
Gin Making Business,
Kinston, has established himself
Where he carries on the above business, in all
its various branches. All those who wish !o sup
ply themselves with Gins of the best quality are
respectfully solicited to apply l0 lhe Subscriber,
personally, 0r by letler. All orders for Gins
will be promptly executed. From the Subscri
ber s long experience in his business, and from
he approbation which his work has hitherto met
with, he hesitates not to promise entire satisfac
tion .to all who may see fit to extend to him their
patronage. Gins out of order will be exnedi
nously repaired. The Subscriber takes the lib
erty of calling the attention of those who wish
to procure new Gins, or to have old Gins repair
ed, to the expediency of applying to him in time.
When all wait as is usually the case, until the
vyork is wanted, it causes such a pressure of bu
siness, that many are obliged of necessity to sub
mit to a longer delay th.in they wish.
In connexion with this establishment, carries on
The Lock and Gunsmith Business,
He also makes Saw Mill Boxes, and Mill Inks.
and Gudgeons, of a composition invented by
Daniel Peck, of Raleigh -Grist Mill Spindles,
with Steel Collars, (turned.) These articles
equal to any manufactured in the United States.
All letters and orders must be directed to the
Subscriber, at Greenville.
April 1st, 1833. 34.3
Setting Off at Cost.
W. & J. R. HORNE h.ve now ou hand a
variety of Spring and Summer
(t?The corner siono of thn M nnnmnnt
of the Mo-Fredericks
RAN AWAY from the Subscriber, on
Sunday night last, ;m indented apprentice, a
colored hoy, named
Aged about 16 years, tolerably stout built,
origin complexion and bushv hrnrl. Hi
to hi nr.wiiwl . r .1. i i grandmother is a tree woman named Olive Ham.
YV . "'""'"'J' " lO- ; monds, and lives in Halifax countv, where I expect
liter or Washington, near Fredericks- Willis will try to get, as he has'se'veral other connec
hlir, will lit laid on Thursday the Till ' tions in thut county. Said boy stole his indentures,
(l.lvnf .1V MV. rpi o . J r I i ad will probably try to pass himself with them as
0.1 Ot WUiy next. I he President of the j free. 1 he above reward will be paid for his recove
Ullitcd States will he present to perforin ' r 5t delivered to me, in Edgecombe county, near
the Clli(f rprpmnn, Annnmn,, l.l U ShaH?f's 1' cuml in any jail so that I
.. ....... j . can get mm. ah persons are torbid harboring or em
smut; in nit lianas oi I Ji'partments, lie
will arrive in town on the previous even
ing, the Gth of May. The necessary ar
rangements for the occasion will no doubt
be made known in due time.
Singular Occurrence. A short 'time
since, near Brownsville, Pa. a Mr. Dan
iels and his wife left home leaving three
or four small children; soon after a large
dog of Mr. D.'s made an attack upon one
of them; she endeavored to escape by
running, but without effect; he then drag
ged her about fifteen yards from the
house; becoming wearied, he laid down
a few moments, and again renewed the
attack: he then became thirsty, ran to a
spring, when the other children ran and
dragged her into the house, but before
the door was closed he renewed the at
tack; the rest eventually succeeded in
getting him out. She was literally chew
ed to pieces, and but little hopes of her
recovery were entertained. Ohio Hep.
CC?A vessel lately arrived at New York
from Europe, with 3,020 bushels of
wheat, to feed the Americans. Another
from Constantinople with 9,000 bushels
of Barley, to make beer of! ! We opine
that our farmers will ere long find that
protection to their interests, as well as
those of American manufactures, is ne
cessary for their welfare, as well as that
of the country. ib.
In Scotland NecK, Halifax county, on Thurs
day evening, the 11th inst. by the Rijrht Rev.
Bishop Ives the Rev. William Norwood to
xMiss Winifred B. Hill.
In Wilmington, 0n ihe 2d inst. of paralysis,
Henry S Elenwood, Eq Kdiior of the Wil
mington Advertiser,' aged about 40 years. He
w .is a native of H"ton, Mass.
At Tarburough, Norfolk, and New York.
APR. 15. per Tarboro Korfolk. Ar.York.
Bacon, - lb. 8 10 8 9 9 10
Ik-eswax, - lb. 18 20 18 20 19 20
Brandy, apple, gallon. 80 100 70 75 42 43
Coffee, - lb. 15 18 13 14 11 14
Corn, - bushel 35 40 58 60 58 GO
Cotton, lb. 8i 9i 9 Hi 10 12
Cotton Bagging, yard. 15 20 14 20 1 1 20
Flour, superfine, barrel. 550 600 575 625 550 657
Iron, - lb 5 6i 4 5
Lard, - lb. 7 8! 8 9 6 8
Molasses, - gallon. 35 40.' 27 33 25 30
Sugar, brown, lb. 9 12 7 7 6 7
Salt, Turks Isl'd bushel. 75 80; 48 55 40 42
Wheat, - bushel. 70 80' 112
Whiskev, - gallon. 40 50 32 34 31 33
Sports of the Pit.
MAIN of 21 Cocks will he fought at Nash
ville for $500. to commence on Wednesday.
the 1st day of May and continue three days.
April 15th, 1833. 34 2
Emancipation. Rev. Richard Bibb,
an old and respectable inhabitant of
Kussellville, Ky. lias liberated thirty-two
daces, and sent them to Liberia, by the
expedition, which will sail shortly from
Now Orleans. He furnished $444 in all
to these unfortunate beings, and a suffi
ciency of clothing.
QyTho Montreal Spectator mentions
that the wife of a Mr. Trottier, aged 40,
died suddenly at St. Laurent" few days
Gun $f Locksmith Business,
A NY orders in my line will be thankfully re
ceived and faithfully executed at Mr. Wil
son's gin shop in Tarborouh.
RADFORD G A SKINS.
1 7th April, 1S33. 34
1T7ILL BE SOLD, on Thursday, the 2d day
. of May, at the laie residence of Capf. Jo
seph Pippen, dee'd, all the pioperty of the de
ceased not specially given by will, consisting of
Horses, Hogs, Cattle, Cam, Fodder, Peas,
Cotton, Farming Utensils, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, and sundry other articles
too tedious to mention. Credit until 1st Janua
ry next will be given, the purchaser giving bond
with approved security before the exchange of
BY THE EXECUTORS.
12th April, 1833.
v Constables Blanks for Sale,
AT THIS OFFICE
I ulnirin.r Iw-v.t I... . C I
'5 omvi uyjj , uuuti jciKiuy i)i til tr law.
April 0, 1S33. 33
Earthenware, China $ Glass.
'1U10MAS J. It ARROW & CO. Importers,
SS Water-Street, Neio-York 3ic receiving
their spring importations in the above line; com
prising a great variety of the Newest Patterns
which are offered to Southern Merchants at the
most reduced prices possible for the article to
be sold at.
In addition to the above, they have a large and
complete assortment of Gill and Plain LOOK
ING G LASSES constantly on hand at low
Hoping a continuation of the liheral support
hiiherto received from our Southern friends, we
have made every exertion to lay in a slock of the
most desirable Goods for that market and it
shall be our constant endeavor to promote the
interest of all those who may faVor us with their
orders. THOMAS J. BARROW CO.
Importers Waler-Sl. New York.
New York, Jan. IS, lS.f3. 23
Rocky Mount Hotel.
npMK Subscriber repecifully informs his friends
A and the public that he has commenced keeping
A House of Entertainment,
At his residence at the Falls of Tar River, IS
miles from Tarborough and 55 from Raleigh, on
the stage road between those towns. He will
provide every thing abundantly, necessary for
the comfort and convenience of man and horse,
and hopes to merit and receive a share of public
patronage. ISAAC W. HORNE.
, Jan. 1833. 23
npHE Subscriber offers for sale the whole of his
1 PRINTING MATERIALS now in Wnvir.ntnn
They consist of upwards of twenty different founts of
type, from Brevier to tight line Pica; an excellent
riess; nowers, rules, leads, cases, chases, ccc. ike.
with appurtenances complete for carrying on the bu
siness. They are all in good order, and some of the
type is but little worn.
The paper at present issued from the office has as
good a patronage as any ever published in this place.
To a person of industrious habits, acquainted with
the business, and desirous of locating in this section of
country, a desirable opportunity is now offered. A
wish to engage in other pursuits, elsewhere, alone in
duces the present proprietor to dispose of the estab
lishment. The whole, if speedily applied for, may
be had a bargain.
GEO. HOUSTON, Jr.
Editor of the Union,
Washington, N. C. March 29, 1833.
.Hardware, Groceries &c.
All of which they, are willing to dispose of on
the most accommodating terms for cash, or on a
short credit to punctual customers. A number
of articles may be found among their assortment
which they will sell
M .Neiv Fork Cost.
AH persons wishing to buy goods uncommonly
cheap lor cash, will do well to call and examine
Calicoes from 10 cents to 3d cents.
Cotton Cloth, 6 :: 10 ::
Cotton hdkfs. 12 $ :: 25 :
Silk do. 45 :: 100 r.
Checks & Plaids, 10 :: 20 ::
Ladies fancy Silk for dresses at very reduced prices,
ljlue, black and olive Cloths, very cheap,
Cassimeres, Sattinetts, &c.
Fine morocco Shoes, from Si to gl:50.
1 runella do. from 60 cents to $1.50.
And a number of other articles unnecessary to '
mention. They expect to bring on during the
summer a splendid assortment of seasonable
Goods. They will keep on hand at all limes a
supply of Groceries,vvhich they will sell very low.
Rocky Mount, April 1st, 1833. 32 4
And for sale by the Subscribers,
30 hogsheads Molasses,
50 casks llwmaslon Lime,
Which will be sold low for Cash.
D. RICHARDS & CO.
Tarboro, March 22, 1833.
QN THURSDAY, the 18th day of April next,
will be sold at the late dwelling hnue of
Walker Knight, deceased, all ihenroneriv hp-
longing to the estate of the deceased, not sprci
fied (or forbid) in the last will and testament of
said deceased, consisting of Horses. Hogs. Cat
tie. Corn. Fodder, Peas, one brandy Stilt, ci
der and brandy Casks, one apple Mill and all
that is appertaining thereto, Bacon, Porky
Lard. Farming Ulens ls. one riding Chair
and Harness, one Bridle and Saddle, raw
Hides and Leather, and all other articles not
specified in said will, consisting of articles too
tedious to mention. Six months credit will be
given, the purchaser giving boi-d with approved
security before the property is exchanged.
March 30, 1S33. 32-2
Tlu much approved s' sure foal g Iter,
WILL STAND this season at
mv Stable, at the moderate price
of SIX DOLLARS the season:
which mav be discharged hv thft
payment of Five Dollars, if paid within the season
THREE Dollars the leap, to be paid when
the mare is served and EIGHT Dollars to in
sure the mare to be in foal. The season has com
menced and will end the, 1st of July next.
IS A BEAUTIFUL ROAN,
And comes up to his name he is descended
from the best stock of horses old Sir Archvon
the side of his sire, and the imported horses Hec
tor and old bay'Richmond on the side of his dam.
Care and attention will be paid, but no liability
for accidents or escapes. The Groom will expert
25 cents, but no compulsion to pay, if the per
sons putting mares don?t wish to pay.
. March, 1S33. 32-4
List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post Office at Tarborough,
on the 1st day of April, 1833. which if not
called for and taken out before the 1st day
of July next, will be sent to the General
rost UJJice as dead letters.
Lawrence & Lemay's
, NORTH CAROLINA
For sale at this Office, at the Raleigh prices.
Frinting neatly executed.
Alsobrook M icaiah
Bullock Joshua Esq 2
Bennet Elizabeth Mrs 2
Bell Bennet H. Col
Bell David Esq
Carter John J Rev
Daniel John II
Die ken Richard
Evans F P
Gray Ethridred Major
Howard James W
Jenkins J. F
Jones Wm Jr
King Wm or Micajah
King Wm H
Mohby Elizabeth Ann Mrs
McCrae H L Master
Perry Jeremiah F 3
Pendleton Joseph George
Rainer Allen H
Rawls Henry 2
Sessums Jacob 2
Simpson Mourning Mrs
Taylor Wm Capt
Van Norden I C
Worsely Pittman 2
J. R. LLOYD, P.M.
AN APPRENTICE to the Printing business is
wanted at this Office. A boy who can ptl and
read well, will meet with good encouragement if ap-
plication is soon made. March, 1833.