Whole Xo. (33.
Tarlwvon?h, (Edgecombe County, Ak C.) Saturday, November 20, 1830
Vol XII Jio. 40
Tfr iTarh iroii h Vcss"
HI GIMHOK HOWAitU,
T ,ih!i-l:,l wci kly.nt Tun Dollars an-!
flfluCen's f veitr, if paid n advance
or T'irft Oallttrs. at tl xpiratinn nt'th-
",iKcriiinrt v,,i,r- Knr "v Pe,,,M ,,
,h,i.i a yfa'.Tf"'V:Er'Cc7i.t Pr month
jlxcrihers are nt libri t vtotli-continue ;.
nv f imn. on sivinsr notic thereof an !
infPni ii invariably pay in advance, ;i
:v.-nrit'nible re ference inthivicinil .
'1v-rtieni',nt not exceeding lt lim s
inlfi'Sili (r a square) will be iisertfd a
yie-a'? the first imerii.m &.'25cenK each
oni'iiiiiauce. Lnjjer ones at that rat"
ervry square. Advertisement mui
V rinked "om'ieroi insertions requi
re I nr di'v wiil continued until other
nr If v'l . fl'"' charged accordingly .
L,ctpr addrsed to iheKditor nmt !
piist p titl.T iIipv ntnv not be attendul t.
From Hi 111 mure lo Blikeft.X C.
IN TW KNTY SIX HOURS.
ir-:tN rthern and Souiht rn Line
yfiravi'l. viu Washington f i I y ,
Frede ick-duirsj, Richmond,
Petersburg. Raleigh, &e.
ON nml after the fi'ternth day of Oc
tober next, travelleis from ,c
York and 1'hiladelnlna. reaching Was!. in;
tin In the cv.-nin train on t lie Baiti'imre
and Washingtn i R.iil Road, uill be for
warded inviH-iliai-ly ly the
Steamboat to IVtnmac creek, a"d thence
by S(as and 'he Kirhinoml hod Frede
i ick ?u: K.iil Road rars In Kichmmd,
Vi'Cfini i, which plce tht v will reach !
l()h nVI'ick. A. M. leaving Richmond jm.
tnp.i ally , tht-y will .iriiv- in P'tf rsbtirg
t' l er, an i at the termination of the
PetT-imrc Riil RoaiJ, on tin U anoke( at
So!ck. P. M ; h-H ihey will he lor-wa'ili-il
1 v he ex pi-d'iirn! lins of J H.
Averv Co. lo llaifix, Tarboroijli,
Wdrrenion, Raleigh F.'yetteviile, Colum
bia, S. C. Angu-rta, Sic.
Tp'nrning th Stages from the South
will leach Blnkeley Defot (the let minxiiott
of th Petersburg R til Roal) a 4 'ciotk.
P. M. Pfterb'irg l J P. M. Rii:hii(nl at
'2 A. M and Valiingin city in time for
liie al'tcrno'irt train of ar to laliini're
iiLikin" the trip each way llivern Balii
inore ami Blakeley, oi t'u Rnannk, in
tlie unprecedented time of
7 w nit y -si iV htm vs
The ahip line is e'nrip'-t'd tl'rongJiont.
nnd connect at lliik's Krd, with the
Hoydtuii, Dunville, nnd fiibnrv line, and
Nnriliern and Southern travellers are gna
fHnt'n l aain-t detfiMioii at anv point on
ide route between Baltimore and Aniita.
Oct. 4. 1S36 40
,R stolen from the lot of the Subscri
ber, on Thursday night, the lOlli of
A dark hay .Ware,
Ahout 15 h inds high, ami Mind of an pvp.
Any information re-pecting 'her, given to
lle Subscri'ier living near Tarboronh,
will he thankfully received.
Nov. 14th, ISG.
!Y the ?nbsi;riiei , living 6 miips from
' Tarhrou'h, on the road to Halifax.
i'm s.lav. the Ml insf.
A cliesnnt sorrel Mare,
I'Plt hifid foot wliiie. blaze face, small
e and about 10 years old. The owner
s requested to come lorwurd prove pro-
erny, pay ciiarges, an 1 take ner away.
. eivsom Ciomne,l.
Nov. 14th, 1S3(i. 45
Tor sale t this Office at the Raleigh
prices, viz: 10 cents each, 75 cents a dozen,
4 dollars lor half a groce, 57 a grnre, &c.
Board ot .Mannjers of Jhe ti'nth
JhL inton Xationrtl Monumental Sodtty
i vne ULSIGXS I.. i this Miuciuie, iuim.
vlt'l a a memorial of a
It wnuM be to teller ;nio, to prescribe
tiv iiiniK to the exercise n its poweig.
wh cli sIkihM, liowever in this case, liar
:h uoiilv l!end durability, simplicitv nnd
Sia.id'iii. Altlionli it is impi acticntde at
present In estifsi ile the extent of tl.e con
li'.liutioiis that may ! in de, the Designs
may te piedic t n mi :n expenditure ol Hot
less than one million of dollars.
the Boatd -of 'a. rs will not . (Tend
meriran genius m nnch as to offer, in
Hiis inttiice, a peomiaii rewHid. The
rti-t whose Design sliall b- adopted, will
f -el amply remunerated; and all the )e
s gns v ill be bound anil carefully preserved
to which end, tl is requested that they be
sketch- d.as near as may be. on paper of a
Hint" i in size, ol th- dimension of sixteen
bv twenty two itic'ies. The designs In he
GEO RGH ir.-lTTERSOX. See'rtf.
from the subscriber, on
I nes !nv ni"ht fi- th ol Sentember
last, my negro m to named
Aged about .Vi yars, ftet high am! thin
visrfi'pd. Tom is no doubt lurking in the
t'eiijii.'oi ho,.l. a-he hns kill-tl Hi.d injured
my cattle, bocs she. p. Jv:c. A Tr'in is a
maii':ions ne;io ..ml ill certainly resist
to a'tunpt to 'ake him, I will give the
ahove reward for his apprehend n iflnkcn
in any manner nnd confined in jail.
E liz tbci 1 1 Cro nuc e II .
October 17. ISnti. 41
Is wanted relative to
Christopher fi elden.
A native of Cialway in Ireland, who resided
i or 4 year nii
1M WILMINGTON, N.C,
The idijeet o tins ::d iTtlieui' nt :s to know
whtr- CUrilophtr li t Idtn at presnnt he
was rather hiii't, and "fa aodv -mplex
ion. Atitirei the piniiher oi tne fUl
mintor. (X. C.) Adccrtisir.
""ifl. EDWARD MANNING,
ORDFjii-'all persons indel'iiu to him
lo come forward and nr'Ue imineili
ate payment. Also, the inha)itH'U
Di-?ricls N-'s. 15 and D, to pay their tax
es without delay, as he conii-uipUtes tu
going o th- .oi th the 1st o -ept. an ' will
not return in six months Those concern
ed will please obey the above mandate, a
he cannm go without a full adjns. infiU of
his affairs before his departure. Chose
having claims again?! him wiil please be
so condescending as to present them for
adjustment within the time prescribed.
He will a!so have a couple f
JIarses for fie,
One of which is extraordinarily gentle,
..uilable for a family gi- horse One can
be delivered the 1st of August, and the
other the 1st of -ept. Strict justice re
quires, and necessity demands, that the
above ar'icle shall be attended to.
Julv 9l h. IfiHti.
atale oj North t 'nrotina,
Court of Equity.
SF.PTF.MBER TERM, 183C.
Lewis Jllis )
vs. s Bill of Injunction
John Peelp tc other?, S
C appearing to the atisfar!ion of said
f;ourt that Jacob Home, one of the
lt ten''anl in the above case, is a non-rest
dent: It is therefore ordered, ihal publica
tion be made for six weeks i the Tarboro'
Press notifying him to appear at the next
session of said Court, to be held for said
Com.tv. at the C ourt l..nc in Tarboro
on the second Monday in March next, then
and there to plead or demur t said bill oi
answer the same, or j 'dgment wi! be ta
ken pro confesso and said bill be set for
hearing ex parte as to him.
W i iiess, Isaac Norfleef, Clerk and Mas
ter of ?aid Court, at office, the second
Monday of September, 1836-
NOR FLEET, C.ME.
Ih) JVm. NorJleel,D.C.8fc.
Frice adv $3 50.
T FiX AS.
Tlie vacancy as Commander in
C'liir, occasioned by the election
of Gen. Houston to'ilie Presiden
cy, will l,e filled, it U said, by one
of the three candidates, GenPs.
Thomas Kusk, Gieen, or Felix
Mexico The new brig-of-war
for Mexico, built at Baltimore, ar
rived at Vera Cruz, Sept. 22d.
She measures 367 tons, and will
mount IS pound grenades. She
h.is provisions for 6 months, and
is to be commanded by Captain
Gen. Rravo, who is appointed
to the command of the army a -
gainst Texas, will have, it is re-
porteti, 10 to 12.000 men. A de- j ro'rtd, and they only wanted the j mg this gas, hie is only snspend
taehment of 2000 under Gen a,d ol a cooler, and a few pounds ed, and that the application ol
Guarray had refused to march for ' f Goshen butter, to have been , water will restore it either bv con-
want of pay. A loan of $800,000'
has been raised bv the Govern-
ment. Htisiamente, the Ex-President,
who it is said has been invi
ted to return, is daily expected
flT'The ludicrous effect pro
duced on a body of armed Mexi
cans w ho beheld for the first time,
the movements of a Steamboat,
is thus described by one of the
At the time of the Texian cam
paign, Gen. Guana, from the in
terior Province of Guanajuato, j w',e anf seducing the affections
while on the banks of the Brassos ' blasting forever the character
with his troops, ordered sev n ofja P00"" girl; and on Wednesday
his men who could sw im, to go in-
to the water and stop a steamboat,
filled wifh Texian soldiers that
was approaching at the rate often
or twelve miles an hour! But as
she came roaring on, sending
forth columns of smoke, with her
sides barricaded with cotton
bales, not only the selected seven,
but the whole force eight bun-
(bed men stood appalled at the i addition to his other vile offences, arrive the next morning after en- -nearly equal to the Austrian em
"serpenl ol fire," as they thought : he endeavored to shelter himself joying a good night's sleep, with- Pr- Her acquisitions from Tur-
lier. v htn opposite the valiant u.v degrading 111s poor vie- ottr stopping Jor meals in time 10 ,ieJ 111 Jv'rope are ol greater ex
army, the iCugineer let off a ter- tim, and absolutely had the impu-! take the boat for Philadelphia, ten! than the Prussian dominions,
r;fi blast of steam, and the caval- t'eMCe a,,l villauy instate, that : arrive at Philadelphia at 2 P.M. inclusive of the Rhenish provinces.
r ivheeled and fled. The infan- !he yo,,,' woman administered 1 in time for the mail lo New York, Rer acquisitions f ont Turkey in
trv broke their lines, dropped tht ir drugs to him to seduce him into! and arrrive at New York at half' Asia are nearly equal in d:men-
mnsKets, and lollowed in the re- .
treat, and the Steamboat was miles !
away before the soldiery could be!
rallied 10 tire a 121111. Iudeed.it!
was with the utmost difih ully they
could be prevailed upon to ap-
proach the banks of ihe river at
all, and when they did so, it was
with fear anrl tremhliii".
A'. Y. Jour, of Com.
Ra e Extraordinary. We un- quences. In this country, espe
dersinnd. some tinif last tvppk. it ciallv among the Germans, who
lawyers and the Judge, on their
wav to Lincoln court, in this
Stale, were fogging along quite
1 1 "1 I- ." .
leisurely, in I. ;dian file, when the
fifth horse became alarmed at ed, croup is an exceedingly rare
something in the road, and star- disease. Whereas in cities, or
ted, upset the gig, threw out the among people who adopt ihe
driver, and scattered books, pa- mode of dress common in cities,
pers, &,c. in every direction. He this frightful disease is, in propor
soon came up with the fourth tion to the population; vastly
horse, which also took alarm, and more frequent. During a pre
served his driver in the same way. tice of six years among the
The two horses now kept going '"Pennsylvania Dutch," he met
ahead, and succeeded in over tak-l w but a single case of this af
iug the third, second, and fi.-st i fection; and this case occurred in
horses, all of which took the i
alarm, and went ahead; but think
ing their load too heavy, and see
ing the advantage their opponents
had over them, soon knocked their
sulkies to pieces, scattered books
papers, lawyers, and all in the
road, and then endeavored to
overtake Nos. 4 and 5, but wheth
er they succeeded or not, we are
uninformed. All. of this took
place within four or five miles of
the court house; and although the
five sulkies were knocked into a
cocked-hat, we are happy to learn
that the lawyers were worse scar
ed than hurt. Georgia paper.
Despatch. We were yester
day, says the New York Gazette,
an eye-witness to a specimen o.'
despatch, which, had it notf;1lhi!
under our own inspection, v
should have been scepiical in bp
lievincj. It was the operation, at
the Pair of the American Institute,
"f reducing wheat, in straw, to
baked bread in ten minutes. The
process was as follows: Twelve
bundles of straw were placed in a
machine in the garden, which
came out threshed in a miuui
and a half; the winnowing was
effected in a minute; the grinding
and bolting occupied a niimtie
and a half; the dough was knead
ed and the cakes formed in two
minutes. The whole contents
J twelve bundles were placed
in kitchen range and came out
thoroughly baked in four minutes
I making, in the whole, ten min -
j ules- The cakes were distributed
swallowed in another minute,
without the aid of mastication.
Another Reverend Seducer nnd
Scoundrel Some weeks ago, the
j Rev. 1 homas Warren Walker,'
living in mis borough, ahandonedi we find it stated that the number ! several rich specimens of anti
a most affectionate wife, to w hom! of chartered batdts in that city is q'diies have been discovered in
he had been united for several fourtcen, with an actual capital of FVauce.
years, and run away with a young) more than ten millions of dollars, j Liverpool, 0-t. 12. Our Cot
girl under 18, one of the class lea- There have been imported into ' ton market cmitinuts erv dull;
tiers of a class over which this
affectionate saint presided. A
warrant was issued out against
him immediately, for leaving his'
j ne was apprehended and brought
! hefor? a magistrate, and convicted
ol being a rogue ana a vagabond,
and sentenced to be confined in
the House of Correction at Wor-
! cester, and there to be kept at
hard labor for three calender
I months. On being aked what he
nai to sa-v m his defence, he
PIeaf" g"i"V the charge; but in
1 1 ,u,c ,,,,u ".l ,,ilu ' "muniteu.
Warm Clothing vs. Crvvp.
Mr. Fberle, in his excellent work!
011 the diseases of children, sa si
the mode of clothing infants with j
their necks and upper part of the!
breast bare, cannot fail lo render
I them more subject to ihe influence
! of cold, and its dangerous conse-
are in the habit of clothing their'
children in such a manner as to mat any one entertaining an at -
leave no part of the breast audtachment for a young gentleman
1 .: C.i I. i c!'i!l nt fln C.ct
lower portion of the neck expos
a lanuly who had adopted the pre-
sent universal mode of suffering
the neck and superior pari of the
breast to remain uncovered.
Useful Discovery by a lady. It
is stated in the Ravenna (Ohio)
Courier, that an important dis
covery was made at Copley, Ale
dina county, by h lady. Mr.
Vail, his son and another person
were digging a well, and the son
having gone down first, was pros
trated on breathing the noxious
damps below. His father des
cended to his relief, and ihe third
started for a physician. In the
mean lime several ladies assem
bled at the place and one threw
down a pail of water, most of
ttliicli fell on tlie face of Mr. V.
ho caught breath, rose and seiz
ed the senseless body of his son,
cu into the tub and was drawn up
by the ladies. Water was imme
diately appled to the young man,
which in a short time produced
symptoms of reluming life. iIr.
V. in a few hours attained his usu
al health and strength, and the
young man by medical aid had
so far recovered as to be able to
walk alwtn, the succeeding day.
I ne experiment of letting doun a
lighted candle was made, which
went out at the distance of six leet
from the top of the well. A live
chicken was also let down, and
at the depth of six feet animation
became suspended; but by pouring
down water nnou it. animation
jwas immediately restored. From
i this it appears, that upon inhal-
veying atmospheric air contained
in ihe water, or from some other
C-TIn a notice of the Statistics
of Baltimore, in the Transcript,
Baltimore, since the commence -
ment of the present year, from for
eign countries, 123,7i2 btishels
Unparalleled rapidity of travel-'' 1CS0. the population of the Rus
ling. The travelling North and empire was fifteen millions;
South, via Norfolk, is the most ; al the act ession of Catherine the
expeditious after all. Passengers second, in 17f2, twenty-five mil
leave Halifax, (N. C.) we will say at her death, in 179G, thir
on Friday morning; they arrive at, ly SIX millions; and at the death of
Portsmouth at 3 o'clock, by the 'the eatperor Alexander, now
rail road cars, from which they : eleven 3 ears since, fifty-eight mil
immediately transfer themselves : hns. The acquisitions ol Russia
lo one of the boats of the Norfolk lro,n Sweden are greater than
and Baltimore steamboat line, and "hat remains of lhat kingdom,
proceed to Baltimore where they ' Her acquisitions .in Poland are
past IU. In a word, they leave
Halifax N. C. on FViday morning states of Germany. Her acquisi
and go to bed at a seasonable timis in Tartary have an area not
hour in New York on Saturday inferior to Turkey in Fuiope,
"'Sht and that too, with as little ; Greece, Italy, and Spaiti. The
latigne and as much comfort and j acquisitions she has made within
expedition as it is possible to meet I l,,e last sixty-four years are equal
with in public travelling in anyj'n extent and importance to the
part of ihe world. Jor. Herald.
Notice, Ladies. We see that frontier has been advanced to
at a meeting of young ladies ! wards Berlin, Dresden, Munich,
in county (Ga.) some weeks ; Vienna, and Paris, about one hun-
back, it was unanimously resolved j
shall at ihe first opportunity say i
to him "snio." to which his reolv
ing"snap" is to be taken and held
so much of a marriage treaty, as
to render his retreat dishonora
ble. Nevertheless any gentleman
withholding the responsive mono
syllable, shall continue to be re
ceived as before. Wonder what
the ladies hereabouts would say to
From the A". Y. Courier and En
quirer of the I Ith.
Later from England. The
Packet Ship Westminster, Capt
Moore, from London, arrived
yesterday morning. She sailed
from Portsmouth on the I7th of
October. We have received by
her London papers to the evening
of the 1 4th ultimo.
The money market in London
is evidently in a very unsettled
state, ami the rale of interest ad
vancing; a slight improvement h
he price of Consols took place
however, on the last day of which
we have accounts.
The situation of Portugal does!
not pppmr much bfilfr. 'I he
late rent!iin 5rems to be gener
ally unpopular ai.d to nit el with
j little support.
The difit retires between Frnnre
and Switzerland .., m the prim i
pal topic of dis tsioii in lire
FVenrh papers. Tie ion?n:tttii
caiin between the two roinitrtes
is almost entiielv closed We
cannot, hnwevt-r, think this state
'of limits will lead to any ir: pt.rt
ant consequences. I liese roeas
ures of non-intercourse mesf t v
dfiuly be as injurious to the pnri
adopfmg them as lo the pa r
against which they are diiect-.d.
In Spain all is still confusion
and anarchy. The new ministry
are becoming unpopular. - 'I he
engagement Viliarobleo, which
the liberal party claimed as a de
cisive victory, iloes not appear to
have been ol much importance, ag
Gomez subsequently continued his
route towards Andalusia, with the
view of cutting off the commnni-
j cation between Madrid and Ca-
die. The lirittsh lecion had
again been engaged wiih the Car-
! lists, without any other result than
, the loss of life.
i but without any material change
Russian a(rrrrni,dizements. At
i the accession oi Peter the first, in
s,ns to tne wnoie ol the smaller
:unoie empire sue nan in Europe
j before that time. The Russian
,JrefI miles; towards Constantino-
;Pu nve nunnreo mile; towards
j StockhoJm, about six hundred and
! thirl V inilec f uu nrde Ttdiorun nna
thirty miles; towards Teheran one
Progress of Russia.
Havana, Oct. 22 Tfu long
looked for Spanish Correo arriv
ed last night, afier a passage of
43 days, from Corunna. She
brought a Royal Decree, dated
1 Dili August, declaring thai no
alteration is to b made in this
Island unless it be directed by ihe
Cortes, which will meet on the
24 1 h October. Consequently, the
Constitution oflS12 will not be
proclaimed here, for sometime at
The Mexican schr. Artrevido
arrived at Havana from Catnpea
cy; the authorities immediately
arrested the Captain and confined
him on board a ves.se! of w ar and
seized the schr.
OCThe'New Orleans Bulletin
of the 3d iost. says. "By ihe
bris Octavia, Weems, from Ha
vana, 24th inst., we learn that a
revolution had broken nt io St.
Jago de Cuba. Gov. Tacon, had
ordered two ships of war from
Havana to that port.