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Tai-borough, Edgecombe County, J CSaturday, JfanuaYy 8, 18 18.
"'rninii r -Triwf
. . , Br -tl aoKGB Upward, Jr. 1 i
Is bMblisherf ' -wwkly- at Two Dollars
ner venr if tviur in advance or, wo u i
lars ami FJhj Cents at the expiration of
the subscription ypyrr- ' , - !
Arlveri iementf'' not Pxcpeding a square
will be inserted. nl One 'Dolltiriiti fiit in
sertion, and 25 cents for every succeeding,
one. Longer aitvcrtiseaienls-at that rate
per. square;- ' Court 0 ders and Judicial ad
vcrtisement 25'per cent, hither.
CHEEUING NEW FOR "CO'nSO MP
Mi? Julia AS PVoodfordrsayswz h
terto Dr Xtyne dated, uy . . f!
Naupttick, Conn., Sppt. !30; '
I am 'using your1 ALTKRA PF VE.
wi'h ood effect for a!! Scroftdons aflfciMioo
ur.(Uir vvhich I have been-v suffering; for'the
last 'en 'year." : And after l'Spribing her
situation, and asking ? for -further 1 advice.
rroes to sav: vVe have used a ;jreat deal of
your medicine" in my father's family", and
have known them to make great 'cures.
Aba M five years since,- mv " brotherwus
ve-'v ik wit h what' wa 'imposed t) be
COVSlTMpriOV. The h st plnsic'ian
in the place wai called in'.' (we Xvere' tlien
in Cabot ville, Mas ,) and he!camef! do hot
know just bow long;. Wit for a great many
days. anl brought wifb him other phsi
cians but still he grew worse. . Yhvy
at'lasf give him over, said lh' V could io
nothing more for him lli ft he masf die
Ve "watched'over hi or hour after hour, ex
pectihg that every breath rVvould! be Ids
last ' At length one niht a gentleman
called to see him. and spoke' of D.
J YEN KXPEOTOUAN T; sVt.l that
hf thought that he ws too far gone to live,
but that there-could be no harm in' trying
it 'I'he same night we sent to Spr ngfi' l'
and obtained a h6iIe. and comme'iped
giving it to hmi. with hut lirt'e hope- of
its having anv eflfect. His physician called
next day" at his tnu d hour, and tht no
mfnt' he ontered the room pronounced hirn
hotter. We sent' for more of t he Expec
torant, and g.ive him th?t and nothing
else until heuv w entirely cued. He took
t . entv ;seven bottles, and his health t)as
oeen bfitPr jince t':aniLAsJ2riiuleJtisl
siknes He is now in : rlopUio-iville,
K-., attending to. his business ' Hesp'-ct-iully,
your s , - '
JUL LI 1 IVOODFOM).
Prppnred only bv Dr I). Iayne, IMiila
dcipltia, and sold on agr-nry hv
, GEO. ' HO IV J1R D.
Tarlnro;, Noy- 9t . :v 1,
Names and Prices of Dr D Jaync's
F VM1LY MEDI INE, viz:
Jayne's Expectorant, per bottle, $ 00
Hair Tonic. - . 1 00
Tonic Vermifuge, 0 25
Carminative HaJam, large, 0 50
" 44 ' small, 0; 25 ;
Sanative PiMs, pr box, . 0 25
American Hair Dye, 0 50 (
Alterative, - 1 00
A true Pilfs. - 1 00
Fufsafe in Tarbnro'by
October 5,1847. ' :
D I S i A s E O F T H E K 1 N'J '
Though th'" remote or primary causes
of hkin'clisease may be! various, as I ni pu
rity of the 7 Hloodj.tlivr ; j,;omplaius.
Scrofula, &c.'4 &c.,-yet the. immediate c-ue
is alwavs t!e same, and that is an obstroc
ttbiV in the pores of 'he skin," by 'whtch'the
p TspifatioTiv in its passage5 fro ni :the bo I v.
is am s'ed-'ahd eoidined in and tinder the
kin, causing an intolerable itctdng, or . an
eruption, of Pimples, Pustule", .Ringworm,
Pettrr; Sah Rhtun, &c. ; c., , n t.
For all hhe-e aflfeciions Jayne's Altcr i-
ir.fi i or. mmj
f 3 I -
PREMUKN PS MESSAGE.
continued from last No.) - -rjfWe
are indebted to the Newbernian,
for the following abstract of the latter part
live hits beenfouud an inVidiiable remedy, of the Message, which we regret that - we
it removes both WprimYtr as5 well a fcannot conve?nentlv insert atx length.' -T.
; ' f immediate 1 pansyspur i ! v rf g M t h
hldod,'eut ing the Liver, t'omplajnl, r-aud
effectually' eradi at tng Scrofula ; j liom ,hc
system, .while, at the same litre it free
the pores of th'ur obstructing ivjatt r, ani
heals the diseased sutfJceV
(J' The work qoes f'ravey on,"
. The .following is fium.the !ev. John R.
Corney,.jr. , t
Trent on, ' V..T',, ()et, 3st, lttl.
. Dr !). Jay ne -rl).jir ir I am exP em
ety happy in heiiig aid- to inform you
tht I h';tve entire! v r ro e: e I my h; alth.
from using your E.rpcc oraut I have
-utre.rediwith'-a fever.- i-t.oo, p;dn;in m.
beas', nod gn-at prostration, of .-trcng!
for the last, eighteen OiMiths, so that,, I
was compelled to relieq-jisii in V 'cii it g o'
a chori h -which I hcld in this , j)l I
had reordtna gx at iaY.;f-itTci . lit pre ,
c ipijors as v i) as the tlf u(hiii :e ufstv
ral tespeotahle po ieiai:s.' but thi'S" die
not ap'-ea to ieich mv oa--e I resrie
o you Expeptoran?'- -th'uigh pei so iio?
of Prober I 'at I; er VVooi, Mtiit tie use o;
t hf ee hot t ies ha OM t ii e v cued tin?. : .-i
Rpli-vng itttorh.t -et tf justice do
to oursrlf.ias wf ii as to 't re :mil-.rU
affli-'t1 drit.'doces'o e' lo' w - ile tlos. 7oo
which von aie ?t fiber iy to uc as )'ou mav
think pt ocr ; r;r ; . -Re-pectTunyit
otif, :- ' ' '
! ' '.fthi Ft. Comn.rJr.
Prepared onh h I). . I).(.l yn i , Phil
adelpMia. and sohlo' groev hv
I'.iom the Saturday Evening I'cjst.
CA SCF.W. SCR-OFU :la a n D flO! Ti K
Ample expT:0:ice has proved' that no
con.hio ai iiot of meilieine l et ier been -o
efficacious in te moving tl?r ibo e oi-e ises,
a Dr .1 AYNMK AUTFUA i I VIZ I'.
has effected cu r ts , .trul y V astoo is! . i n j, noi
only of ("aneer, and ott er dis-a -rs of tli r
cl ss. but h s removed the m'osi stubhoro
(hs-as's of t'.ekSiiio, .'.. ve! ! ng Ltve
The President thinks the difficulty vViih
the Hrazillian government will be soon
adjusted. Efforts are making for the'-adjustment
of claims against the independent
Powers of South America, and the friendly
relations existing are favorable thereto.
The governwent of Peru had paid two
installments of. the indsmnity awarded
otir citizens, and the claimants will ibe
paid on demand. ; ; p
He urges Congress to make provision
thinks a branch mint at New Yo k desir
able on account of. the large amount t of
foreign coin received at that port, and ur
The public lands'which "will be surveyed
and ready, for sale in, 1848, will be not
less thn tcnsmillions of acres. The Pres
ident .urges a modification of the pre"-emp-
;-iiP oo .r'-.-.-.i--, '; ,r Witt fil
lion laws, so that they shall operate pros
pectively, and thus give greater encourage
ment to the opening and' settlement' of
these, l,ands. Jle urges the - reduction -of
the price of those lands which have been
Iri; marked butiremain dmsbld -.vl U
He repeals the recommendation f he
made to;thc last 'session, to: establish a
Ter ri t o rial go ye r n m e n t d n : Q rego n . , i O u r
friendly (relations .yith t he. i. Indian tribes
remain' undisturbed.-.; In addition to the
number of war sleamers already; authpriz
ed,, built and in course of construction, the
President suggests that five more be added,
making eighteen in all, which will be ;,pf
great ser-vice after the war is at an end. ;
Tj;e duties of the War and Navy :De-
partments have been yery onerous,, .and
Pa? i Office J)eparJment,-r-The . ieporfc ,
of the Postmaster Gqnpral, which we (give,,
in to-day's. paper, will he found, a highly - ,
interesting document ! It presents t..the.
conditipn.of thePeparlment. in!,a,; most .
favorable aspect,., reflecting .the, highest
ccedit upon those, entrusted with its , man--,
agemqnt, and furnishes, the most, ample .
and concjtiye refutation to many kallega- 4
tions offmisconduct and . rnismanagcment .
in, its administration. ., Of all the' Depart- ,
ments of the Government, therPost Office
itnat which is brought most frequently
and intimately into.cpnnection Willi tTie '
p c opl er atidi n wl osei regida rxa n d . -efli c i e n t
action they arq most deeply . interested
t Pe n e t ra t i n g a n d e x t e n iU tig i ri i t s ra hi i f i
cations into every neighborhood through-'
jout the Union, the slightest deratigemeet '
or irregularity in the workings of its vat
and complicated machinery" is at once de- :
tected, and this is but too frequently made
the pretext for political vituperation, ? , and
the Postmaster General causelessly' assail- -ed,
while the delinquent: mail contractor i'
is altogether overlooked. f ?! ; ? - f
for the tri;:l of American citizens in China have been managed to , the President's
guilty of offences, who agrcably to our satisfaction. . :
treaty with that. power, arc-- amenable to I The revenue derived .from the ,; Post
ihe laws of t lie U. S.
Treaties with the Sublime Porje, Tripoli,
0rn.ee Department- will ' be sufficient to
meet its own demands. Our postal . ar-
Punis Morocco and Muscat, hayoj b?cia rangements with Dremcn are satisfi.ctorv,
nade, which require the action .of ..Con-j but they are-unsettled with Gieit Britain;
He asks for appropriations for opening
and. the Picsi.ie.it recommends that if the
efforts of our Minister at that Court, fail
diplomatic relations with the Pope of .to secure us an equal advantage with
Rome, and the republics of Bolivia, Gaute-Gie t Britain in transporting the .mails
.mala and Eucador. Also for an apprppri-: across the' Atlantic, that the Postmaster
ation o be paid to the Spanish government j General unauthorized to adopt the, neces
for distribution among the claimants in sary measures for so doing. Having gone
"the Amistad case. " - j through the matters of business interest to
For a detailed statement of the- Finan-' Congress, the Presidnet concludes his
ces, he refers to the report of the Secreta-, Message with the following appropriate
ry of the Treasury. The exibits of that . remarks: , ,
exports of foreign mei chandiye.
The receipts into the Tieasury for
It will be perceived: from' the! report ts I
that d uring the year ending 30th Jtine'last,!,;
the extent of mail service was 3S,8S7,800
miles, for which was' paid -; S2,40G;SS,-,1
The receipts of the Department; .'for. ,tj.e' -same
period were S3, 945,893,,. aud thei 5:
expenditures 3,9,79,570, being an excess
of expenditures of only 33,677. ,TIu.is
- - -'v,.-". 1- f,;, ; . 1 f .. ..-
much better than was anticipated" . when
the law reducing postages went into oper
ation., t he receipts for the current year,
arc est i ma ted at , $4 ,3 10,1 57 and 1 ' the ,ex- v
penditurcs S4,099;20Ge leaving a surplus '
of S2i3,95i'. " -' ''-r : "
Report of the Secretary of Tr. This ,
document states that, in ' cdnsCq'uence of
the dispersed situation' of the f troops' : fnu''
, show thc impprts. for the ycarj 'In view of the exist ing state of our the service, accurate statertVents codlll not '
June, 1817, were valued .at' country, I trust it may not he .mappropri-' be returned by the Adiutant General:"huY':U
,fi3S; of that amount, 28.UO.15S ' ate, in closing this communication, to call.'.' from 'the' best "means of " lnformatioh : th'r"
rtC(t.( l,he exports for t lesame to mind tnc words 01 wisuom ana; aamoni': oggregaie lorcc is estimated at 43,586;' ot 1
p- 8,Cfi3 2iel4i?3 m r;.tiet.4.iv Ci ho-fi rt and'uVost iRtisidus;-ofn
j pfedecessyrs, in las farewell address1 to 'ii is remainder volunteers. Of 'this number'
the countrymen. '"" : there are under Gen. ScottV' in?i garrison,
; of- . -Tliat greatest and '"besp'of men, who &.c.6nthe ! line, 32,15.7. !' Under '-Gen. '
same period, were S25. 340,790, 37 ets.
wliich S-3.747. SG I.S5 cts. were collected served his country so long, and lored it so Taylor 6,747.' In Santa Fc,' and' that see-'
from the customs. The nclt revenue much; foresaw; wirh' '''-"serious - concern," - tion 3,634. In California about 1,000.
from the customs for the year ending Dec! the -danger to our Union "df ciiaraclcriz-' Allowing for deductions' by ; reason of
1st, 1S47, was about 31, 500,000 v being ing parties by geographical discriminations; sickness and other casualties, the efTectivoT
an increase over the last year under the. northern and southern, Atlantic- and I force is considerably below- thisoestiiiiatc.;.
Tariff" of IS 12 of more than gS. 500.000. western whence
The expenditures for the year ending endeavor to excite a belief that there is a
Married TVomen in - Vermont,
0th June, IS 17, were $59. 15 1 ,1 77.65 cts... real difference' of local interests and views," j Vermont legislature has nassed f' an ici
Co nplaint, Dvspcpsi . &e' &c. P;-i me.:-1 including r3,522,0S2,37 cts, on account and warned his countrymen against it. ! providing'th'at all "real "estate and thej A
From Rorkij Mount to Washington ,
"P:)'M MENCKn running on the 1st1 in
s ant under the new schedule, viz: lea
ving Uocky ' Mount on 'toh'd'ys W'edne
tla s. aod'Fridavs.t 6 oclocU. A.4 M'.anc
" - " . " ..'. ;, ,:., ..... .. ; iiik'i mill" v uu iii;ti
arriving at VVashihgton 'bfeforeM'o'eloch; ic which 1 obtained
P. M. same day leaving1' VVah.ngt(m; at ha proved most sat r
i o'clock, A. Ml' oVi 'Sundays;' rue days. JV hai had, for a h
ami hnrsdny, 'and arriving at Kocky
Mount before 5 o cloefc-4? M.hi time for
psl3nger3 oihg' Nolh to tke th& Wi'l
mintrin-trtin:of cars the same day.
The farpiwill be reduredfrom VV'ashing-.
ton to -Rocky Mount lo $5; 50, viz: r
From Washington to Greenville "358 00
' -'Greenville to-Tarbbro' - 2 00
" Tarboro? to Rockv Mount 1 50
For seats, &c a'pidy to Benj. M Selhy,
ihintiton -(i'dd Koy t, (Ireenville
and at the Pririli'ng'ptlife in Tarhoro'.
I he snljscri hAfvvil! riqtVonsjjdcr himself
responsible for pickages, &C- snnt .by
stage, unless ehlered on the way bill.7 '
; GEO JlQfVtftD..
Tarboro', Nov.,4, 1847. ' , .V '
lcine enters mt ) JhtJ. circiil it'O'i, n!i;l vv.v
caw di-e ?c v bei pvcj .loc-ited It p oift s
the blood and o-hi r fluids of the h xlv, re
inove.H ob-tl tiiMiifilfn "th'tippr !.s of the skin
and re-luces the ej.j .rgcme.ul.s of the glands
or bones h incn'aisu's 1 iheq;et tie, rer
mo'e-i he id.udie nod dro winrs!,' . and in-vigorat-s
ihe whole s stem, and in pu t
ant'iiiatitii to .the diseased rand" dei'dliiated
constitution .There is no'hiog superior
o it in, the whole niatetia meuica. It ir
perfectly ?afij and exfem' Iy ple.-sir.t, and
has nothing f iJie,.disgusting , nausea ac
company log the id.t a of -su a.lovwing medi
cine. N0-TAP0il0GY FOR AVE A ill NO A
Hadfloi. field, N. .).. Ftb. 2d. 1S46.
Dr :. Iayne: Sir- 1 luke great pleasure in
informing w on that ihe bottle of llu: 'Von
of yoo . last October,
sfdciorv and successful.
ong time been exceed
ing! v ihin, but for two or three yers past
it hail so fallen out that hy head had be
come almot entirely bald. II was under
the necessity of concealing th.e baldness,
by Tombing ihe'.h&ir On the sides over it.
Mut now, alter using a botl le ot lhetTonic,
jl have as luxuriant a growth of hair as I
ever had. 1 , Ct;, PARK.
Late Pastor, of t.hq Papt;si.church ,atPliad
h 1 a C M bnfielil N.tJ.i-J U :i M
Prepared only by Dr, D .layrie, Phila-
uelphia. and solo on agency ny
t r ' t ii u n ri a u.
Tarboro'. Nov. 9n&47'."
of public debt, principal and interest, . in- So deep and solemn' was his conviction of;rents issues' and profits which may:, have
eluding treasury notes redeemed. the importance of the Union and of' pre-fbelonged Vo'a woman before marriage or.-:-;
The estimated receipts from ciis'.oms, serving harmony between its different; which she may inherit during ) marriage,
sales of lands, &c, including the balance parts, that he declared to his countrymen ( shall be exempt from attachment or levy
in tliQ treasury on the 1st July last, or the in that address, "it is of infinite moment j"for the sole debts of her r husband,, and .
year ending June 30th, 1S4 8, will be $42 r that you. should properlyrestimafe theiim no transfer; of either made by the hus- , j
8S6,545,S0 cts , and the expenditures "for. mense value ofyoiir national; Union to band shall be validj vinless she shall sign. a-.- j
the same period' if the Mexican war con- your collective and individual, happiness; ideed." Married women are also authoiized .r.-J
tin ucs and is prosecuted as proposed,- vill that) you should cherish a cordial, ; habitual Q devise property by will. 'Suit,'.- s
amount to 5S, 6 15,660,07 cts. - land immovable attachment to itj accustom-!
On the 1st inst., the public debt actually ing yourselves to think and. to speak of it,
incurred including treasury notes, 1 was as a palladium cf your political safety, and
IVho wants a ' Crown. The sale of his
cro w n b v the Du ke of Kbc6a.r for t wel ve
45,659,550,40 cts., which includes the prosperity; watchingTor sits preservation bunclre'd thousand Iivre's of '? rent, ' is : the
public debt due on ihe-4th March lS45. of with jealous ; anxiety; , discountenancing briiiiant;acbievemehtwhieh Paris has last
S17,7S8.799.62 cts. To meet the -expend Whatever may .suggest eyenva suspicion -dmiredf Jtis everyway, a gain to the
ditures of theremainder of the fiscal year that it can in any event be abandoned; and T;jt .Sovprpitrn Nnhndv wn pi-p.
. ! .1 1 PL .1 . "
ending 30 th June IS 4S,a loan of glS,500,- indignantlyTrowning upon the first dawn- ike,y to hegir of him as one of the Series
000, will be required If a. duly on tea ing of every attempt to alienate any v-POJV,of.Grand: Dllke8 0f,Lucca, Every ,hody
and coffee should be imposed, theprices of tion of our country trom the rest,, or .to,wil hear.ofhim.as the man thai sold .his. ,
the public lands bcreduced;and. gtaduated, enfeeble the sacred tics-which , now Jink throne ,nd madea d trade ofiLAsa
i) . 7---. - - ct ' T i Tfl
. i .l. .,4:l.. :. i.. u ii, : , :
and me nnuiary p.Hiiuuuuuvuiau, upou ogemex in., V(111VuS,fm,,.;;. :, ..,r government Lucca Ws to him a ncst,of
Mexico be increased, so much would not be, .After; the lapse of half a century, these , trouble9j wUh a perpetual prospect'
required. Shoitldhe war continue until 'admonitions ol Washington fill upon us, f a9sass;nation Us? territorV 'was but' '
June 184 , additional loan oi leagues, square, and, its . population "
000, would be. required, if those, plans to to estimate 4he "immcnce, vtilue of our QnQ niluhcd anU forty-five thousand.' "He
increase.the reyenue.be not adopted. ,; The glonousUnion of confederated, States, to v ljasso!d cvery leagucto.the Duko of Tus-':
President. only asks.Tqr the first, loan -at; which we are; so much indebted, for . pur! thernfor,;for about' fortv thousand u
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'NORTH CAROLINA ;
For 18 IS:
For sale hv k GEO. FIOIVARD.
November) I847.vl l "f"
Constables" til auks for sulc,
AT TIIIS OFFICE.
rwiHE; Subscriber informs ibe: Public,
'that he is now fu Hy prepared' to'1
Either on the plan. of drivingthe .pptsf or
by, mud sills. , Commi,.ssiohcrp for.buihling
Uridgep, or individuaU desirous of contrac
ling for the same, ofany dimensions, will
please addres the Subscribers fat . Hattlebo
ro' P O. rklgecombe; county. jN, C. , , t
April 29, 1847. IS
The President lauds much the Tariff of
46 attributing to it a powerful agency in
the. general prosperity of the country, and
he hopes that its principles have become
the fixed policy of the country. Ke asks
tor a amy in oe iaiu on iua uuu cuueu,
being demanded by thecountry in a state
of wafi and to prevent the augmentation
of the public debt:7 When the war;v is
over, he urges that, .the surplus in, , the
treasury, be a sinking; fund, to reduce .the
fundedndcbtjii:-- . ' U 'uir
He thinks the "warehousing system,"
though newjn thisr country, , is , working
well .j The SijfcjVeasurv, he J sfvs, " has
been eminentlv.successful though some of
the d et a il s, o f t h e la w require m od i fi ca t i on
The mint and its branches coined the
past year, upwards of $20,000,000. He
said : that die princes and petty anonar.chs
of the .Germanic Confederation areall in a,
' ' " ' -V. ' ."-..'' ' -
fare of our common county.
' ' ' i - '- i r -Ji" fi"ctl 1 tt
JAMES K. POLK.
Washington, Dec. 1847.
ferment, anxious to sell out atth& LuQce.se
rale,nd dying ;io go anu- live, iiKe genue-
men of pleasure at Pa is, qnQprjn cely , in-t
comes. Six,v Principalities, -Electorates,
4 I, ... 1 ' 1 l4.1- I
growm in:Popuiaiion anu weaun, aim . tor: ,ivres of arjnual rent and every subject for
all that constitutes a great.and ahappy ci ht (vanksofannuity per head.' "it is
nation. . How animportant. are., all; bur
i m . '
(iitierences ot opinion upon . minor ques
tions of public policy , compared ,with its
preservation; and how scrupulously should
we a oid. all agitating topics yvhjch ujay
tend to distract and divide us into con
tending parties, separated by, geograplu
cal line?, whejreby it may be weakened or
endangered, ;, , ,r 't ;
Invoking the; blessing of the Almighty
Ruler of the Uniyere upon your deliber
ations, it .will be my jiighest duty, no less
than my sincere pleasure, td cp operate
with you in all measures which may tent!
to. promote the honor and enduring.yel-
. . . -
and Duchies are actually for sale
present moment, subject onlyr tp the , ap-,
proval of the Cabinet at yienna.,r
; A Sweet Tempered Girl: "Yu should
never let the young men. kis&youf said a.
venerable uncle to his 'pretty; niece. '. v !
; "Pkhow-it,unbIeVreturned,she, ,pi-,
:ebtiyiuand yet I try to cultivate a spirit of.
kissed there is no undoing it."
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