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lit I, 3t f . f. Jij jjjikill I & i liiB Bp M P trail inki Imfii Kiili Bffli liiii C. ... f ? " 4 - 7 f . i - - j ' - ' - fcfe- M ' 1 . . .- .' ,s i ..... , . . . .-. t , ? .J-.' . - .. - ' . - 1 - J.-.-----M-iMiiat liiiliilliilliilMliiii 1 j - - - , : ' ' 1 ... . T . . -4 . t . - 4 v, v. J- , OThe Tarboroiigli Press, .. By George Howard. Jh. the s.ibgcription year. Advert semen ts not e;a,"f r . wi be inserted at One Dollar the fint in sertion, and 25 cents for every succeed.ng one. Longer advertisements at that rate per square Court Orders and Judicial ad vertiement!25 per cent, higher. MEWS FROM THK CANADA LINE. The following s from5 a highly respectable merchant: Dr. Di Javne-Dear Sir-1 .am very , . .:r, vnn thai: vnur meaicins are oin,; very fast. Indeed I feci much encout aged from the good accounU get of allwnoare using them. The . TIVE PILLS , are selling beyond any thing of the kind in the country. . Every one Seems to praise them as well as the other medicine.; . The ALTERATIVE is going very WH;. Urn nearly out of the TONIC VERMIFUGE, having only 4 or 5 bot tie- ie:. The call for ten days past has co ipW-tely astonished me. The HAIR TON I u 'is doing wonders here: ra gen tleman whose head has been bald for i5 or 20 years, has his hair nearly half an inch long, and ha? only used one bottle My wife began louse the HAIR TONIC shortly after I received it, to prevent her hair from falling off, and only used it twice a week. It not only stopped her hair from falling off, hut has produced new hair three inches long by the use of three bottles. Every one is pleasod with it that has used it. ' Yours, T. C. BUTLER. Derby Line, Vt., Jan. ,29, 1546. is worthy of the" highest commendation; and his character in this respect is worthy of imitation by all the members of the craft. ''"The glory of the house of Stephens was shared by five successive generations," first In Paris, and afterwards at Geneva, in Switzerland. , be trod. CONSUMPTION CURED. The following letter is from a highly respectable merchant, dated Lewistown, N Y , Sept, 10, t84 4 Dr D.JAYNE Dear Sir: It is said by Pnvsicians, and is by the mass of man kind believed, that Consumption cannot be cured that when once it becomes seat ed in the numan sysiem, nu-niun icate or stay its progress, but that jit will continue the work of destruction unlil its victim sinks into the grave. However true ibis may be in theory, i am disposed to doubt it in fact; indeed, my own experience, and a desire to benefit others, compels me to pronounce the as sert;on u"true. You will probably recol lect, sir, that in the beginning of lb40 1 wrote to you, stating that I had the Con, sumption, and that it.was fast hurrying me to the grave. I did not then, nor f do I now doubt, every symptom was too pain fully visible My Physicians considered me incurable, but the advice which i an: ed of you was given, and I am happy to say that by using a few comparable medicine-the EXPEC IOK AN T, I was restored, and never in my ed better or more unin terrunted health than since that time. If remembered, were ... nnl 11 A THE LAND OF OUR BIRTH. There's not a spot on ? this wide peopled earth, So dear to the heart as the land otf our . .. birth; nr.j 'Tis the home of our childhoodl the bqau- tifiil spot,. : v , r? ; n Which memory retains when all else is - forgot-' . ' May the blessing of God, Ever hallow the sod, And its valleys and hills by our children be trod. Can the language of strangers in accent Unknown, Send a thrill to our bosoms like that of our own? TKo fo mov ho f:iir nnd smiles may DC & 1IU A (4 V - t 9 KM J WW m j bland, But 'it breathes not the tone of our dear native land. f There's no spot on earth, Like the land of our Birth, Where heroes keep guard o'er the alter and hearth! How Sweet is the language that taught us to blend. The dear names of parents, of husbands, and friend! Which taught us to lisp on our mother's soft breast, : '. ! The ballads she sung when she rocked us Tto rest! May the blessing of God Ever hallow the sod, City of Mexico. Dec. 27, 1S47. Edd. Delta Yesterday morning a de tachment, : under "the command of ol. Withers, consisting of the 9lh Infantry, a section of Artillery under, Lieut. , and a.;coppany of Dragoofrs under Capt Gai tber, started for Pachuca, a town situated near the mines of Heal del Monte. The object of the, expedition. I understand to be to protect the proprietors in working the mines, and at the same time to collect the revenues arising therefrom. The prospects for negotiating a peace immediately increase daily, and in fact we have every reason to believe the Mexicans will conclude it during the next month, if our Government will accede to the terms they offered during the armisiice. An en tirely different opinion exists in the coun cils of Mexican Government, and with a large majority of the people. My corre spondent at Queretaro! writes me, under date of the 20th inst , that about thirty nf the new deputies had already arrived, and that by the 5lh or 10th of January, there would not only be a quorum, but nearly, the'hacienda, arid one fellow as he-limped off on his wounded leg, declared it was the best thi rig he had "seed did" 1 during the whole campaign. ; 4 - From the Petersburg Republican. The Petersburg Railroad The man ner in which the affairs of this Road are conducted, and its consequent prosperity, have attracted the compliraentaryjiotice of the Philadelphia N orth American. We publish the American's short article be cause we believe its compliment is nothing more than the truth spoken in behalf of a company that has been admirably manag ed, and that attends to Its owii business. Petersburg Railroad , Company. The stockholders of. .this Company resid ing in Philadelphia, . will perceive, from our advertising columns that the Directors have declared a dividend for the last six months of three and a half per cent., paya ble at the Pennsylvania Bank. The Pe tersburg Railroad appears to be one of the If"" ful extent among the children ofZacatecasr and Durango." A singular .peculiarity, of thejdisealel is? that ittis-acornpanied-witfco. severe vomitine andthe bloody flux. - A? bout jour thousand children are suppos ed to have! died iof the city oCZaeatecas- and about the eame number at Durango. i f T i - f Casualty. A youthJamesTysorsonv1 of Mr. Jordan Tysor of Chatham Pounty was Jnstantl killed on the 25th ult. by the laccidentaldiscjnarge bf a gurj.,. Hi T cousin, who had a gun, Was walking be-J hind him, and whilettesiptingv'to;-vplatEo the Ipckund. Jiis coatpppotctft'iiront. the rain, it was discharged, the bullet en ten ng the back of the unfortunate y60th ' .... - i'' and passing through his heart. . Mills. Rec if .. or going into mourning. A few weeks since, our friend ClarK was lying sick Vith bilious; fever. The attack was severe, and he believed death r .i o.i ri mot prosperous oi an me aoumern ran- - nl ' - ; u , r i I was ripai. - tine ntnrninir Ha aivnirA rmm C . ..v ,uiii tf. OI,t- . : 1 ' -11 roads; and is an example of the power an a!)le direction and skilful officers in working a company out of debt and diffi culty, and establishing its business on a solid and profitable foundation Beautiful Sen fime?it. At a late meet ing in Boston, to sustain Mayor Quincy, Mr. Sumner uttered the following manly if not the whole of Conirress nre-ent; that .... - i . , there iano opposition to the negotiation of ; and beautiful sentiment: a peuce, except among the deputies from the State of San Luis dr Potosi and Jalisco. 4I honor any man anyr where who, in the oonsflientinns discharge of "what'he Theneu- President. M. ncra. is k...wn lol )eIievcg (q A (J 1 - t. be in- favor of immediate negociations The present Government has succeeded in .destroying the ojd army, and ' ha or ganized a ncWoncramposed ot t ht i- , h hearts of friends may grow co'ld; Uoiku liiiarci. i ins new army win ena- short sleep, to hear a hurried and smother ed conversation in the adjoining room, iri. which his wife took part. The firit words that Clark caught were uttered by his bet ter half: 1 ' 'On that ground, said she, 'I object to mournipgl' 'Yes,' replied another, 'but the world looks for it- it is fashionable, and one might as well be out of the world as to be out of the fashion.' 'Very true.' 'Here,' thought Clark, 'is a nice wife., She thinks I am about to die to be plant- alone. The world, with ignorant and in-; ed, if 1 may use the expression, in the cold tolerant judgment, may condemn; the earth, and yet" she refuses to go into I countenances of companions may be avert-1 mourning for me. ' Ah me!' . 'Now that I am here, perhaps I had bet iter take your measure.' ' " " but thef rnnseionsnoss of the dutv done . . 1 I - .1 1 .1 Die tne Government to xeep oown me oki , . 9XvtUtr lhnn ,uA nnnlanfiP nf th 'The hnfeelino- wrnf oKf'nVnldlmnd rint-V 1 11 1 I 1 1 1 '1,1 . 1 1 f 1 a ! . . , . And its valleys ana mus uy uur cmu.cr one, ami aiso win do-iin Mippou ,u any u orl(r than lhe countenance of a compan- 'to think of sending for address' maker be measure u i.eiermim- upwn. jQn Qr th h , fa f, icnd." 1 intorniCd you in a iormer letter, mat fore I am dead! I'll live for spite!' " ' 'Well, mused the wife,' I believe yoq i ,n Xh,tm 7?n, Tvv nt.vriin of -may measure me. 1 will let your buy the town-m 1 1 ,,11,,,,,Mj, ici 11 uc no jjussiuic. ., r From the Union. EARLY PRINTERS. there would be no movement from this nlnce'iiDon San ' Lu island Zecatecas 1 Quorctaro before the middle of January, rrwl T tfr rnnnil 1 -.4 ! 1 ll Oil ll 1 1 lh f I I V IS r r ' . ' tu . i iqnor the other drank lreeiy: wniie one full of rumors every day about the march t . r . . " i had acquired considerable property, the of large column upon those places. 1 . . . ! , . , rl. other remained poor. Meetingeach other The Puros or democratic party of this . , p ; . . - ' . ., one day, as the former was returning from country are at present completly powrer- - . .... less: ihey have been defeated in their op-; , F it , . j' I . . , , 'well made carnager the latter accosted position to the present government under .. . , , 1 Is !-j ... , , , r . him, 'Doctor, how do you manage to ride i their former colors, and thev are now at-1 . . ,. ' , 4, f nn sulprnhln r 111 i nrnre lived in a America, one of them used no spirituous1 bat; heartlessness!" grdaned Clark. . . . . . i , iWrtnviinl! Iro ' 4Virtnnrl-i rnt lin.Kn 1 sooner dead than ihey set about entrapping another. "" I can scarcely credit it. - - 'Of course you will have aflouncer 1 'Two of them, as the body is to be plain, I wish you to get the wide gimp to trim it. 'How will you have the sieves trimmed? ina carriage painted in so costly a manner? vvun outtons and tringe , ice as long and as ex-1 wen wen mis ueats all sighed poo charge as much; but ! IarK au. ori 4t im vy nen ao you want tnearessr' enauirea ... , . . 1 lull IliHttiy itv utiu uiitu UAV uiu viivi ' i . In the first days of Pve.u y vB The Daint G!1 mv carriaee,' he replied 'did the mantua-maker. , e to recover : - - q must have it in three My hug. rerthrowtne, i r4, i r teniDting to rally under the tlag ot annex-- , , , n .r of the early printers were men of l H" . . i i n I have been in practu , .... i .i tr ation, hoping hy these tactics to tickle the . , 1 , 1 erudition; and the printing othce dl 1 , , A i .i t tensively as you, and ii r.i i ambition of' the Americans, and-thereby , ,, iin the old sense of the word, a , - " I can hardly live anc Most profound was'then (OomJa nf lnrnincT. Lv. in uiv -w . " . r , , . , r r r to, until they can have ime to recover the art of nnntinir. its professors very of- u"14 " ) ... you should see me now, you would not Slanguages. Among the most celebrat- ien wroie ur UUliuu uic uiha which im-y , - J A. .1 !. I . lH,MntW world and these.it will be Kvernmeiu, aim men uu,kC ...w , . .1 1 .1 rnmnosed n tho Inarn- !l,lcmK 1 vca ," - - .. . ir..i i i . ! i . nies are a nine 100 snrewu iu hmcn u; i your face. peace with J Brutal Murder of a Lady.V?e learn band will then be off my hands, and I shall be able to go out!' ' 'Oh! horrible horrible!' ejaculated the to J.stento; ""VT vTtt r ' 8ick ma", 'I am-only half dead, hut this ni disadvan-"; hom the Charleston (Va) Republican that ; hlftw u;,, mo 7 v you wiouiu sec j v... ...f3...... r - ,L hnmhinrtrmff tn nnr nwn dl id vih ' irom tne inariesion i v ai ixcpuoncaii mai ,maRine by . my appearance that I had ever eJ of these early pril)(ers ., thc fami,y of heir humbugs ,R Mrs. Lawsoll) wWowlof inth'on Lawson been Sick, much less thi 1 h.H d th. Slephens who, for more than a century, .! th tCt.tt T. ' P... hl.llv murdered t hrea! ' still living, 1 Consumption, but that I am ascribe wholly PEC TOR A NT. LEONARD SHEPPARD Prepared only by Dr D.. Jayne, Phila delphia, and sold on agency by GEO HOWARD. Tarboro IMoy. 9, t47 A7s m a. Print nf. Dr. D.Javne's FMILY MEDICINES, viz: Jayne's Expectorant, per bottle, Si 00 nair i onie, - uv Tonic Vermifuge, 0 25 Carminative BaUam, large, 0 50 small, 0 25 Sanative Pills, per box, 0 25 American Hair Dye, 0 50 Alterative, - 1 00 Arne Pills. - 1 00 y For sale in Tarboro by G BO. HOWARD. October . 1R47. New Arrangement. blow will kill me.' His wife heard him speak, and flew uUMii N If' ' ionishpH the world hv their vast erucli- B,na" l,eul"K' vcl Huuu i.--" 4 . quietly to his bed side. 9d entirely to your LX- I I ,! '.iC8 . politica of the differtrnt dence -t Logan Court House on the n.ght H . ' . ... i Ul iiic (til uiu icmic tvas ucmcu iu uluiii inn. a.t wfll as hv their maffnificent sneci b.v.., " 1 - I, t . I mens of typography which issued from panics are wen uuu,iatuuu. their press. The press, says Hallam, ("might be called the central point of illu mination to all Europe In the year the voice of an angel. M USTA NG. I with a poker and pair of tonga The de-, haye heard it all Madlm , r y, ceased lived by herself, and tvyo negro j uujB uu..s.6 -..Tj.- M.7U" j . 'All what, my dear?' resieti as nic inuiucici.. 11 is aaiu iiiau one of them confessed the deed. it n 4 ( a it 41 It Exchange is no Robbery. Lieut. 1557, Henry Stephens, the star of the Mayne Keid, Commanding, company is. family, published trior? editions of ancient (the Grenadiers,) of the New York regi- . . - . . .1 ! . 1 .i it ... .u l k. rtfni. Ma in nis pom nsnv lwo uierinuii auinors iiiau wuuiu nave uccn piuucicui iu .- r j . j ' t?. : inr maUe the reputation of another authb," -lne a brave el ow w o oj, ff r ffith f gS . r . t r i. - : 4 lib a tio-Ar Hnrino- the vvnole oi tne UlOOflV . r . Porto, Cabello. that a Revo- taken place in that Republic. stolen from the ranks on the morning of The legitimate government had been over-j the 20th, and remained behind to plunder inrown ana ine rresiueni was to ne trieu a xMexican hacienda. On the morning af- ;.n a. char of trfas0.n; T Srounds of THE From Rocky Mount to Washington, COMMENCED running on the 1st in tant .mder the new schedule, viz: lea ving Rocky Mount on Mondays, VVednes- flvs. ana rnaavs, av uu uuvn, flrrifcintr at Washineton before 1 1 p clock, P vi am dav leaving Washington at i' o'clock. A. M. on Sundays, Tuej-days. and Vhursdayp, and arriving at Kpcky Mount before 5 o'cloek, P. M, in time tor passengers going North to take the Wil tnington train of cars the same day. QEO. HOWARD. sion, is distinguished for his very beautiful edition of the Greek Testament, which forms the basis of the one now. in com mon use. An idea may be formed of his extensive erudition, as well as of the learn ing of the times, from the following account of his biographers: "He received only such compositors into his printing office as were conversant with the Greek and Latin languages. His workmen, in and about the office, were obliged to speak Lat in. His wife and "daughter understood this language thoroughly, and assisted him in carrying his directions into, effect; so that throughout his whole house and pnn tipg establishment, from the bureau of bu giness to the kitchen, nothing was heard but the Latin tongue. He usually employ ed the proof-readers all from foreign cotin tries, who spoke the various language which they corrected... The zeal of thi early and learned printer for -study, .for maintaining the honor and dignity of tM press, and for the public good in general,! er the battle, as the Lieutenant was visit ing the quarters of his company, he observ ed these soldiers in the act of making heir toilet. The former was vainly en deavoring Uo guide his feet through the mazes of a very dilapidated pair of panta loons that had- been literally shot off his legs during the action,, while the latter was very complacently admiring the set of an elegant pair of blue-cassimere which he had stolen on the previous night from some unfortunate Mexican gentleman, and which fitted him to a.hair. 5 The, Lieuten ant, acquainted with the previous conduct of, both , parties, called .them, before: him, nd ordered a "swop" instanter. ; ' The .process of. '.undi easing, swopping, and redressing, drew. around the spot a crowd of? their, comrades; wbo.Were so nlsased with this instance of summary jus tice, that a cheer rang around the walls of the charge, Capt.. G. did not learn. Late or Early Marriages. The Ma con Telegraph thinks the long mooted question of late or early marriages has been settled by Gen. , Taylor's s toast at Donaldsonville at least so far as one of the sexes is concerned. The, toast is in the following words: , : "The ladies of Donaldsonville: Unsur- passed in beauty and gracehealth and prdsperity for those who( have husbands, and , early marriage to those who have nOt." , - . :f .... The General is sure of the vote of Don aldsonville. t- 4 Havoc by Measles in Megncq.Tbt Patterson N. J. Intelligencer mentions. the authority of a private letter " Trorr Mexico, that measles are raging to a fright- 'The mourning, gay dressed, fringe, every thing. "Oh! Maria laria!' 'You rave!' - ? " 'Do you take me for a fool? -'Certainlynot, my dear. . ;'You expect me to be out of the way in 'Yes, love, the Doctor said you would be well in that time , , . , . .... 'What means the dress?' 'It is the one you bought for me before you .were taken sick. u u i ; ' 'But you were speaking of mourning?' ' We w"ere talking of Mrs. Taperly.' 'Oh, that is it?' ! ' " ' 4 'Yes, love. V.You know she is poor,and the family is large, and it mpst incopyeni ence her very much to go and get moun- mg for them all. Un this ground alone, I oppose it. m U i . k So so; that's it? I thought you were speakingof nie, and it distressed me. Let .Y f Br.er'dt f All (a Ka mnw MAnAf..! Vk (hp1. future i i V Clark was ouHn three days, and he no? iaughs at-the matter, which then appwrjd so horrible. 4 "Mjss Seraphina, do you w!t.prose.Qk poetry for the Magazmes?' Nary pne 1 writes small hand." a-1 ,x i- j ? ;".: 4 f i ( 4 1 . ' . .5;".) Y . : y n " .;: 14':;, J.t .. ( 5 r ! . 4 .i t j ' . 4, V - l ' i I i ' i 1 V 2 ? . 1 1 L .5 .4 i r I . ill 4 si ' " i j t Ii ! . I ii S A: i r 'i'