a hope was expressed, that no one
juHit be suspected of his "death, as
jt was produced by his own hand.
A dose of Arsenic was also disco
vered in his pocket-book. The
probable cause which influenced
him to the perpetration of this un
natural act, was apprehended em
barrassment in his pecuniary af
fairs. He has left a wife and one
child to sorrow for their premature
Norfolk, Oct. 2. A very salu
tary change in the weather on
Thursday night last,' has greatly
abated the sickness in our town, &
we have heard very little since of
any sickness at all, even among
those remaining in the infected
district, the sick" in that quarter
being all convalescent. We know
t-f no dangerous case at present,
Our lioarclot Health, nave made
Nco York. At a Convention
of Delegates from nearly every
county in the state, lately assem
bled at Utica, Do Witt Clinton
was unanimously chosen their can
didate for Governor, and Henry
Huntington for Lieut. Governor.
There was to be an opposition
Kentucky currency. A Lex
ington paper mentions that the
Commonwealth Bank paper is cur
rent in the state at seventyfive
cents tor the dollar. This indi
cates a great improvement in the
credit of the Banks.
Dr. R. II. Hclme has issued
proposals for publishing a new
YITISHES to inform his friends and paper in Raleigh, to be called the
the public generally, that he has "North Carolina Independent Ad
just returned from New-York, with his vocate," weekly, at S3 pdr an
full supply of newly imported GOODS, num r
in his line of business; such as :
SunP.r-fi.np. fUnfhe n f fht vnnst Atohfnii
vV j i. . . M
able, colors, do. cassimeres do. a " men Bysiem...tJlaS8ti.
handsome assortment of Ves tings
also, a complete assortment of Most splendid Scheme in the U. States.
trimmings, qc. 1 curifcJN'S urJtlUfc, Baltimore,'
All of which he is determined to sell J . Sefitemberl 1, 1826. $
' f - . 1 ' J-TD I I .1 ..lit 1 r" a 1 T 1 A
low for nK. A.cV.f t nnnM,,9i U r u naer auinoniy oi me Lrcnerai as
Customers. Hp trp nnnt rillPS nt u:al'MJf wic uiiuiyii& ajiiiuuiii octicuic
Five Dollars Reward.
STRAYED from the Sub-
Iluntsvillc, (A.) Sept. 8.
Great Cotton Picking; On the
cJ8th and 29th ult. Dr. David
Moore, whose plantation is in the
vicinity of this town, picked out
heir monthly report of the mor- Wlth 7 hands, the enormous quan
alitv in September, anticinatinir tity of 8921 pounds of seed cotton
the period allotted for its publica-heing an average of 330 to the
1 .1 ! 1 I .1 llr.,1 K ,1 T7 -
tion oy tne oramance,wnicn istne l,ul,u IU u.u iu u nays, r
.second Monday in every month, hands, viz: Caswell, Willis
The deaths by the malignant fever Lewis, UulTm and Gilbert, picked j again, or deliver him. to David Barnes
have not averaged one a day. The out inlno two days &1UU pounds
utmost pains have boon taken to Lewis picked in one day 237
insure correctness in the report, pounds.
and it does not fall short of the The Doctor assures us that the
estimate of those who have form- work was wcl1 lonc: hut that the
cd any calculations of the number hands wrought under great excite-
of float lis within tlio nnrinil nnniod. mcnt. He added also that it was!
We understand the Board have Mexican cotton, which bears very
large bolls, and that it was beau
tn cfo,i 1 .u is presented to the Public, to be drawn
house, where he will thankfully receive ou M1F KJUU 8 aiaiiMvi, in
all orders'in his -line of business, and
pledges himself to execute the same in U"
the most fashionable and neatest manner. ,d, V1111 ". T1'
m , , unuer me suDenmenuence oi me uom-
Tarborough, Oct.-6," 1526.- 7 Lissioners annointed bv the Goimrnor
and Council, on the
15th of November Next.
tflGvand State Lnttprii
rei iiUKSi'., aoout 4 leet 1U OF Md....The holder of two Tickets or
inches high, supposed to be about 12 or two Shares, will be certain of ob-
taining at least One Prize, and
may draw THREE!
13 years old. with a small wen on the
right side of his nose. Any person who
shall find said horse and brinfij him to
J me, or confine him so that I can get him
! I .1 1 1 . T -111
n Tarborough, shall receive the above 850,000, 30,000, 20,000
CULL IN AD JIMS.
October 4, 1S26.
determined to publish the deaths
Of the malignant cases which
occurred, very few have died who
A List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post-Office at Halifax N.
C. on the 1st October, 3826, which if not
taken out before the 1st of January next,
will be sent to the General Post-Office as
These facts are highly favora-'Aaron Henry
ble to that description of cotton. Mien Samuel 2 .
had the benefit of prompt medical whir!l wo should be glad to see
attendance and irood nursimr
Herald. iour planters.
The bill of mortality states,
that from the 1st to thc3Uth Sept
1) T 1 I r
more generally cultivated anions n v' "
Uriant Millison or
The. annual meeting of ler heirs
Roanoke Union Uyn urn Jesse A
inclusive, 57 persons died of hc membcr: of, ,hc, Koan) Union ynn Jesse
1 n- r i- r Societv, will take place al Whitakcr's Burgcs Doct.
thcfj 2tc ,re Jitahnant tcvcr,;Cha K in ,IaIifax lCQllni on Frid(Uh crowell R II
:ukI ot bilious fever. the 13i ()f October. As measures fur Daniel J J a
I a State Convention will he adopted, to- Daniel U 15
Colonization Socictif. OnFri-: cether with other business of impor- Dopgett Win
day last, a hi?hlv resnected Mem- l:incc ,l ,s noPC(l wiji oca mil . v vmj
IVPLemore J II
Pelt way M II 4
Powell Isaac 2
Smith James N R
1 prize of $50,000 is $50,009
1 prize of 3Q,000 is 30,000
1 prize of 20,000 is
1 prize of 10,000 is
1 prize of 6,000 is
1 prize of
10 prizes of
10 prizes of
50 prizes of
100 prizes of
125 prizes of
250 prizes of
17500 prizes of
9 is 157,500
Brethren of the Methodist Edmunson Wm
ri?: i meeting:. ISrethrcn
.uwiy ui i iiViiu.,iium Society at a distance, are respectfully Ferguson John
L,u"7' 'J;.' invited to attend. J
There will be public Grant Thos
l.'er of the
m the U. . liranch liailk 111 tills poaching on the two succeeding days. Garrett Henry
town, to the credit of the Ameri-. Communicated. "Gladish Jas D
can Colonization SocieU', beinr aj mmn i oim
uonauon irom inc oocieiy oi. MARRIED
r rienus in iortn Carolina, j ne in nn Tuu nmn- ii.,, .
same Society made a similar dona-; last, by James Downing, Esq. Mr. Lcm-AUW Whitmill J
tion of -S'800 a few years since. ! itel Lawrence to Miss Grace Staton, : Hawkins Wyatt
I Gordon Thos Soutball Daniel
iGrynslead Thos Y Turner liedford 2
Clary Henry W Taylor Wilson
We have been requested to ask,
what has become of the Fayette
ville Auxiliary Colonization Soci
ety! Are there no officers, no
members, no money in its Treasu
ry! Fayeltcvillc Obs.
Securing game in a large way.
The following is a list of anim
als, fowls, reptiles, etc. caught on
the farm of an eccentric and fun
ortnr planter in this county; which
he assures us has been done in the
course of the present year (1826)
by means of 200 Log Traps, which
it is the duty of two servants exclu
sively to superintend, viz.
G92 Squirrels, 8 Crows, 15 Tur-
kies, 10 Oppossums, 12 Racoons,
i lares (Kanmts; 4 .Dims oi
various kinds, 37 Rats, 5 Tar ra
ping, 2 Foxes, 4 Lizzards, 1 Wea
sel, 3 Moles, 1 Snake, 1 Bull Frog
and 1 Huzzard.
This modern Nimrod adds, that
they "would have caught an old
daughter of Wm. Staton.
H randy -Corn,
Sugar, brown, -
Tea, Young Hyson,
- - -Whiskey,
lb 9$ 10
gal. 75 100
bu'h 75 80
lb 7 10
bbl 550 600
ton $105 112
gal 38 40
lb 8 12
- 100 112
bu'l 80 85
gal. 37 i 40
Hawkins R J
James Reuben H
'Jones Frances '
."J1 lfi Kelly Jane
500 525 Long James M
90 100 Mocock Susan
30 33 More David
37 ?o Matthews Isham
91 JAS. SIMMUJXS, 1J. M.
North-Carolina Bank Notes.
At Petersburg, 3 to 4 discount.
At New-York, 4 i discount.
Lost, or Mislaid,
A BOND for about $IG0, given to
John Muray by Thomas Speight,
Samuel Vines, Asa Daniel, and others,
names not recollected; which Bond was
transferred to Arnold I3orden & Co. and
by them sometime lat winter placed in
mtr VnmU fnr cnllpf.tion. Anv informa-
Buck, but he was too nimble,") tion respecting said ttond will he thank-
18051 prizes am'nting to $308,000
ftj The whole of the Prizes paya
ble in CASH, which as usual at Co
hen's Offices, can be had THE MOr
MENT THEY ARE DRAWN.
Tickets, $10 I Quarters, $2,50
Halves, - 5 Eighths, - 1,25
SturdevantEd orJno To be had in the greatest variety of numr
bimmonsJno W - bers (Odd and Eren.) at
Stricklin Douck I .-v ..nnT.rN
Smith Elisha 13 . UUUJWS
Shepherd John S Tnflmmnd Miiiim nffinr
SmithWm -v y o u
Sketchlev Thomas I No. '114, Market-street , Baltimore;
Where J3olh the great and magnificent
Capital Prizes of
(hie Hundred Thousand Dollars
Each, were sold in late Grand State
Lotteries, in Shares, all to DISTANT
ADVENTURERS, and where both
the Great Capitals of THIRTY THOU
SAND DOLLARS and TEN THOU
SAND DOLLARS, drawn in the last
Grand State Lottery, were also sold....
and where more Capital Prizes have
been obtained than at any other OJJice.
ORDERS from any part of the Uni
ted States, either by, mail (post paid) or
private conveyance, enclosing the Cash
or Prize Tickets in any of the Lotteries,
will meet the same prompt and punctual
attention as if on personal application.
Address to ,
J. I. COHEN, Jr. 4- BROTHERS,
Bait. Sept. 1826. Baltimore.
Turner Jas R
Turner Miss Martha
Win born John 2
Wiggins II J
Zolicoffer J II
Twenty Dollars Reward
NOTICE is hereby given to
all persons, that I have a negro
woman by the name of Chane,
that has been stolen or taken
(TpCOHEN'S "Gazette Lottery
Register," will be published immedi-
c i t ii r ately alter the drawing, and will coi
away from me, and I therefore ,hDfficia, L- , f Prizes....it
iUlCtVUIlI till UtlOUIl UI IC13U1I3 llUill I r J 1 l l
I r- j r u be forwarded gratis, to all who pur-
harboring, luring, or trading for the their tice(s J C0HENS '0F.
saia nejrro woman Ciian.e, unuer ine pe- P,np , , -f . . . , .
VT r i TL- i MCE, and who signify their wish to
11 t . .... u .. icceive it.
ana yeii maue, very uiacn, wiuj very
having fairly escaped the fall ofj
the 1 rap, while in full view of one
'f the keepers. Warrenion Re.pt
fullv received by
Siantonsbiir:;. Oel. ?. 1S26. 7-?
short thumb nails, and has a vtry flat
foot; she is about 22 or 3 years old.
Any person or persons that will deliver
the said negro woman Chane to me, 1
will cive them the above reward of
September 21, 1S?6. Q-3
TICKETS AND SHARES
Grand State Lottery of MaryVd,
For sale, in the greatest variety, by
JAS. SIMMONS, P. M.
No. 98, corner of King Sc Shop streets.
Halifax, 12Ui Sept, 1S?6.