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Jlrfily to a rjuei-.tkna'-ked tya Lady.
nn..,i Ar I lr,vf I luvf to stC.
Thy Liight blue eyes, beam bti!-
I love to hear the witching song,
Hv fragrant br zes borne along;
I love, when all i still around,
To hear its echoes soft resound;
More sweet to me, thy melting lay,
Than zephyr's sigh, on maimer's day.
What do I love? I love to see,
Thy fairy form moe merrily.
In the gav round of social joy, (
Thou art" so blithsome, and so coy .
I love to see thv placid smile,
So calm k sweet, 10 nee horn guile.
It is to me, mor e purely fright.
Than the pale moon's benignant light.
What do I lovf? I love to see,
Thy lip devout, pray fervently;
At matin hour 'tis sweet to hear.
Thy voice ascend to heaven in prayer.
I love to sec from spirit meek,
A tear-drop sparkle on the cheek;
A gem more precious far to rue,
Than all the treasures of the sea.
Whnte'er the grief that dims the eye,
Whate'er the cause of sorrow,
We turn us to the weeping ky,
And sav, "We'll smile to-morrow;"
And when from those we love we
From hope we comfort borrow,
And whisper to our aching heart,
We'll meet again to-morrow.
But when to-morrow comes, 'tis still
An image of to-day,
Still tears our heavy eyelids fill,
Still mourn we these away
And when that morrow too i3 past
(A yesterday of sorrow)
Hope, smiling, cheats us to the last,
With visions of to-morrow.
(jQA Lmdon paper Male that
Gen. Jackson, amonlhe Indians,
went by the soubriquet of "the
T?The London Times em
ploys three editors, the first of;
whom receives an annual salary
of seven thousand dollars, the se
cond four thousand five hundred,
and the third three thousand five
hundred. This is paying for
paragraphs something more
than they are worth. The pro
prietors can however well afford it,
their nett income being about one
hundred and thirty thousand dol
lars a year. The property is a
joint stock of twenty four shares,
sixteen of which are owned by
one individual, Mr. Walker, a
member of parliament,
fXr-The Shah of Persia left 50
spns; yet after all, a grandson ob
tained the throne, who is son
however of the prince deceased,
who had been declared heir.
The throne would never go a beg
ging with such a progeny.
The entrance of the young
King of Persia into Teheran, in
December last, is described as
peculiarly magnificent, and mark
ed with all the characteristic cere
monies of oriental splendor, his
majesty mounted his splendid
charger at the hour fixed by the
astrologer the saddle was em
bossed with precious stones the
footmen of court, the bands, and
the cavalry were in richest cost
ume camels, oxen, and sheep
were sacrificed on the road side as
he passed, and bottles, filled with
liquors, and adorned with flowers,
broken, as is the usage. The
ambassadors of England and Rus
sia were in the train, and ai ti lie
ry, and companies with congreve
rockets. After ascending the
throne, and receiving the visits of
the great dignitaries, the ceremo
Marrying Daughters. The
Spaniards say- "at eighteen mar
ry your daughter to her superior,
at twenty to her equal, at thirty
to any body that will have her.
The Drunkard. Late one
evening, drunken Darev, after
spending his day's earnings at the
grog shop, set out for home,
"Well," says he, "if I find my
wife up I'll lick htr. What bu
siness has she to fel up burning
fire and l.ghts-eh? And if I find
her in bed I'll l,ck her Whjjt
business has she to go to bed p
fore I get home?
The Use of a dead Wife
A Herman journal contains the
following paragraph: The wile
of a laboring man, in the neigh
borhood of Stockholm, died some
time ago, and the husband made
the necessary preparations for the
interment. He, however, oepos
iled a block of wood in the coffin,
instead of the corps which he con
veyed, during the night, into a
forest, that it might serve as ;
bait for wild beast. By this ex
pedient he succeeded in catching
a wolf and two foxe. On lb cir
cumstance being made known,
lie; man was: arrested and carried
rVfore a court of justice; but, far
from being intimidated, he claim
ed the reward offered for destroy
ing mischievous animals.
(jA woman offering to sign
a deed, the judge asked her wheth
er her husband compelled her to
sign. 'IIe compel me!" said the
lady, 4tno, nor twenty like him."
Success rnaks a fool seem wise.
CT-fV Yes! 0 JW0
Vl-UY rn-m or woman indebted to the
Subset rbrr by open account, are re-
r ieted to call and fettle lb. ame as tar.
Iv as ctiv-nint, tither by csb or note
Thf cah wouiJ be preferred, but if that
cannot be bad, will take a note.
j. iv. cottex.
Tarboro', No. Ca. 17th Feb 1PX.J.
CKKAT VARIETY of Remnants of
(Swi every description of Goods, u ill be
Sold at half their value.
Xn Feb. 13"
Slate of North Carolina.
Court of PUns and Q tarter Hisnor.T,
APRIL TERM, 1835.
Lovick Modlin Attachment,
v. L vy on
Jopph II. Adams Land.
IN thi-case it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court, that
the defendant i not an inhabitant
of thi- Stale, it i ordered that
publication be made in the Tar
boro' Pre?, for six weeks Z'
in notice to the defendant that
his bind is levied on.
JOS. D. BIGGS, Clk.
Price adv Si : 75. IS G
Slate of J forth Carolina ,
-MARTIN COUNTY. '
Court of Pleas and Qvart'.r Sessions,
APRIL TERM, 1S35.
Levi Fag3n, trustee Attachment
of Horace Ely, ! -P. D. Sey
vs mour sum-
Joseph II. Adam?, j moned as
1 this case the Garnishee ap
nnirori in finon fntirf inrl on.
j j v en 111 i i vwuj w u iiu au
knowledges that he has monies
and bond sufficient to satisfy the
Plaintiffs' rldm, say Si 32 G2,
interest having been calculated up
to l'l April 1S35, and costs
It is therfore ordered, that publi
cation be made in the Taiboro'
Press for six weeks, for the de
fendant to appear at next term of
this Court and replevy or judg
ment final will be ente red up
against the Garnishee.
JOS. D. BIGGS, Clk.
Price adv. $2: 75. IS G
Stale of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Stmons,
FEBRUARY TERM, 1833.
Joab P. Pitt
vs. Origi?7al Attachment:
Levied on one Tract of Land contain
ing 171 acres more or less, adjoin
ing the lands of James Barnes (son
of Stephen) and others.
TT appealing to the satisfaction
of the Coun, that the defendant
is not an inhabitant of this State:
is ordered, that publ ieation be
made for six weeks in the Tarbo
rough Press, that the said Edwin
Ellis appear at our next Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to
be held for said County, at the
Court House in Tarborough, on
the fourth Monday of May neX;
then and there to replevy and
plead to issue, otherw if final
judgment will be entered un a-
1 i- 11 . . 1
gairm inni, anu ranu levied upon
condemned subject to plaintiff's
Witness, Michael Hears,
Clerk of our said Court, at Office
the fourth Monday of February
A. D. 1S35.
MICHL. HEARN, C. C.
Trice aclr 3:50. 12 6
I Bargains! Bargains!!
JVeiv Goods! New Goods!!
Cheapest of the Cheap, or a teetle
cheaper than the cheapest.
E presume to inform the
public generally (believing
that we have an equal right with
onr neighbors'so to do,) that we
have just returned from New
Yurk, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
(and came very near going to
Hoston,) where we purchased the
Mutt splendid Assortment of
Spring and summer
That ever decorated the shelves
of any establishment in the city
of Tarborough, (none excepted,)
and are now
Selling off at nearly Cost,
For Cash, and at a very small ad
var.ee on a credit. Among our
assortment may be found
The tncit beautiful Prints in the
French Muslins, Ginghams, (new
French Calicoes, pnnted Jaconets,
Figured chintz Calicoes,
French Bombazetts, Bombazines,
Circassians cf various colors and
Crape Camlets, colored satin dee
skins, bird eve London clo.
Silks of every description, silk
Shawls, silk dress Handkerchiefs,
Gro de Naps, Gro de Berlin,
Pink and blue Satin, watered,
Gro de Swiss, Poi de boi, figured
plaid Gro de Nap,
White Satin, blue ulack do.
Parasols, Fans, Bead Oairs,
Jaconet and mull muslins, clucked
muslins, swiss ar.d bock muslin.
Robes, corded skirts,
Ladies and gentlemen's Glove,
Cotton a:d silk Hose,
Broad Cloths, blue, black, claret,
brown, drab and grctn,
Cassimeres, fancy plaid, striped, di
agonal, drab, ring-streaked and
Socks, of various qualities,
Rouen Casshnero, cotton
Beavcrtines, plaid Linens,
Linen, tor summer wear,
Furniture prints, birds eye Diaper,
Drapery, brown Holland, Oznalmrgs,
Ficklenbur&s, brown Linen and
Drills, Lasting, patent Thread, Tur
Ladies, Misses, and children's Shoes
of every description, dirt cheap,
French kid slippers, spring heel'd
Pumps, prunellas, morocco, leath
er, seal skin, &c. cc.
Gentlemen's boots and shoes of eve
ry description, buck skin, calf
skin, seal skin, horse skin, cow
skin, and what not, Major Dovn
ing's, David Crockett's, Jim
Crow's, Zipp CoonN, Gen. Jack
son's, Van Burcn's, Nullifies,
Union, consolidation, and amalga
mation, About '200 Ladies and rnisscs straw
and Tuscan Bonnets,
Straw cords and tassels,
Palm leaf Hats, from IS cents to 3,
colored and white, spotted and
speckled, fee. &c.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, of
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Farming uten
sils, Castings, Iron, Nails, Salt, and Steel,
100 bbls. Whiskey and Rum, Brandy
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Upptr and under
j3vtv Leather, Harness
v.Tii andSkirtintr Lea-
ther, Saddles and
bags, harness, bri
dle bits, spurs, and
-cri vau vvs
riding and gig whips.
About 2000 shell, horn, and brass
tuck and side Ccnibs,
Head Pins, guard beads, bead guards,
Gentlemen's and youths fine fur Hats,
cloth caps, hair caps and chil
dren's fancy caps,
Drugs, medicines, paints, oils, white
lead, putty, window glass, candles,
Earthenware, china, jugs, jars, stone
pitchers, tin ware, flax,
And daily expected,
A quantity cf prime Pork, corned
Beef, Flour, Herrings, Alligators,
snapping turkles, sea sarfieiits, and
the whole generation ot vipers.
The above Goods were pur
chased with cash up and no gr um
bling, which enables us to sell
them a leetle cheaper than the
cheapest and as such we are
determined to do so, not caring
to make any thing more than
sufficient to keep us from starv
ing, having no heirs nor poor
kin to provide for. We particu
larly invite the Ladies to call and
examine our splendid assortment
of fancy Goods, and see if we
have nothing th3t will please
them. Should we be so fortunate
as to have an article that will
strike their fancy, they shall have
it at their own price, provided it
be within Tue bounds of reason.
We purchased 'our fancy Goods
especially for trie Ladies and we
most tincerely ar-d religiously
hope to please them in some
things at least. I" conclusion we
willdd that we have no sea sar
pents, snapping turkles, noralli
lors for the Ladies we shall
reserve them for our own special
tooth, for an occasional snack be
tween meals. Onr friends and
the public generally will recollect
that tve are selling off at nearly
cost for cash, &c. We stall do
likewise at our establishment on
"fitpv " at the residence of
J. C. Knight, Esq.
Knight, Garrett $ Co.
No. 1, Hroadway.
Tarboro.' April 30, 1S35.
Handsome and Cheap
T AM NOW RECEIVING fic
opening, at my well known
variety store, a targe and
ELEGANT STOCK OF SEASONABLE I
Spring und Summer
Which was purchased previous to!
the rise, and on much betier
! term than I ever bouit and will
be offered and sold accordingly.
I have in part:;:
l muc c.c j,ulf...
Staple & fancy Dry Goods Saddlery,
?Tf it- s; t- wuvvk
1 Washington, Union, &j
jack uowmng boots,
Ladies, Misses, c Cliildren's Shoes, Slravv and silk do. a choice se
at all prices. lection of Ribbons, &c.
Ladies and Misses latest style fstraw (QLadies Dresses made in the
Gentlemen's, boys and children's
Hats, iV.m 25 cents to 00.
Ready Tiade Pantaloons, Vests, and
Farming utensils, and Hardware cf
White, blue, red, and mixt ccttcn
yarn, of the bet quality.
Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs,
White lead, window Glais fc Putty,
Rum, Sugar, Coffee and Molasses, in
abundance Turks Island bait,
Best stone Lime Castings, -snorted, j
China, Glass and Earthenware, as- j
sorted, elegant and cheap.
Jugs and Jars Best block Tin ware.
Ladies baskets wood ware, assorted:
And many other articles, the in
sertion of which is deemed use
less though all of which are es
pecially designed for the ue and
purposes of both gentlemen ar,d
ladies. And should any article- in
my line he wanting, the quality
of which answers the defiredpur -
pose, there shall be no objection
to the price. Piease favor me
with a call and examine qualities
and prices, there shall be no
charge made unless you buy, and
sorely none for looking.
X. II. IWUXTREE.
Tarboro, April 17, 1S35.
MLR CHANT TAILOR,
TTAS just received from New
York, a splendid assortment
of Goods in his line of business,
supprior to any thing that has
been brought to this market. He
would particularly invite gentle
men that want
Fashionable and Cheap
To call and examine them, as he
is confident lie can please all such
both in quality and price. He
has a large assortment of fine
Cloths of all the most fashionable
colors, which he will sell very
low lor cash, or on a short credit
He will alo retail without ma
king, to those that wish to have
their garments made elsewhere,
as he intends turning his attention
to thai as well as making. H
has on hand first rate white and
black beaver HATS, and fine
silk Umbrellas, which he will
sell very low. He also has un
hand and intends keeping a good
Heady made Clothes,
Made and trimmed by himself.
Gentlemen furnishing their own
cloths, can have them made and
trimmed in the most fashionable
manner, and at the shortest no
tice. A fine assortment of o-ph. I
tlemen's Stocks of all kinds.
TTCall at H. Js, next to the
Tarborough, April 22, 1S35.
Constables' Blanks for sale
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
Vf KS. A. C. HOWARD in
TXf0frT15 her friends and the
public that she is now opening
her Spring Supply of Good.,
among which may be found al
most 'every article applicable to
her business, viz:
Plain and fancy colored pattern Silk
Fancy Tuscan, plan and open
Misses and children's do.
Plain, watered and figureu s;it
S-nins for dresses, .
Plain and figured Cobbinttt, Swiss
musliu, blond Gauze, do.
Fancv caps, capes, ShawU, neck
. Handkerchiefs Veils, and scarfs,
Fluted Lfeces, edgings, inserting, Kc.
PurTs and Curls, in great variety,
Silk and straw cords and taseU,
Ribbons. Flowers, tzc. tic in great
abundance, and at various prices.
The above Goods having been
purchased on very advantageous
terms and selected by herself,
she can with confidence recom
mend them, as being of excellent
quality and also remarkably cheap.
She invites an examination of
i them, as thpy cannot fail to please.
Tarboro,' May L 1835.
T T A V 1 N G opened a Shop at the
j IX ove named place, is now
receiving from New i ork, all the
articles in her line, such as
neatest and latest fashions.
Enfield, N. C. April 22, 1S35.
HUH nary Store.
Heos leave to
inform her fr iends
that she I
the Store House
wv nexi uoor 10 vjr.
fl W. Harris, for
merly the Bank where she
opens the largest & most splendid
Issortment of .Millinary
, ever brought to this market. She
, Matters herself, that from the
! knowledge of business acquired in
! seven years employment m the
most extensive and fashionable
establishments in the City of
New York, and being well ac
qtmnted with most of the Millin
ary and Mercantile Establish
ments ia that city, she is enabled
to purchase goods low, and have
her Millinary made up in a supe
rior style ind on the most rea
Among her assort
meni will be found
150 Tuscan Bonnets,
taineren: sizes and patterns) at
irom l,50 up to the finest made.
A handsome assortment of North
ern made velvet, satin, and ilk
A variety cf Caps, Capes and Tur
bans. Black, white, bine, pink and yellow
Black, white, blue, yellow and va
riegated Ostrich Feathers.
Artificial Flowers, feather and vel
Gold and silver do.
Black and white blond Edgings and
Hair Braids, Pffs and Curls,
A few elegant painted lustringShawls
A handsome assortment of Ribbons,
with many other articlestwo nume
rous to mention.
MissM. respectfully invites the
Ladies of Halifax and the adjoin
ing counties to call and examine
her stock before purchasingand
assures them that she will sell
every article in her line, lower
than any other establishment in
this section of country.
N. B. She has purchased a new
Apparatus for cleaning and press
ing Tuscan, Leghorn and Straw
nets, in Ihe Northern stvle.
Specimens of her work, both in
that and the Dress Makinz. mav
he seen at her Store, where all
orders will be thankfully re-
ceived and punctually attended to.
Halifax, eb. 25.
Printing Press for Sale
A SUPER ROYAL Prii.ting Press, on
ttua the old mode of construction, fan be
procured on reasonable terms.
Apply at this Office.
years pat ha?
The Gin .Making iHi
la Kiuitoi), ha ! (
Where he carrie-orj , ; .
siness in all it var;r I
All thore who us:.
themselves wiih G.-, 01 J
quality, ire re-pec: "j;;v
to apply to the
all v or bv letter. a1(
t ma in ur prornp
r rom ine Jbrcnttf, ;
rience in hi- bu'm.
the approbation wh;-V
has hitherto met with.
not to promise eniij,-.
to ai! who m&v 4te l.
to hitn their patron:-,-.
of order will be expc;; ;o"
paired. The Sub-i;: : '
liberty of callin- tht c; f
those who wisj, l0 pr,r';.t' :
Gins, or to hae c JJ G;;i, - :
ed. to the expediency of -.'-t
o h i m i n t i m e. V r'en & ; ' -is
usually the case, i.rii.i
is wanted, it causes sk
sure of busine-, t Lit rr-- -obliged
of ntces-liv ij s.." .':
a longer delay than thev h . '
In connexion with this eti,:;: t. .
rie ou tr.e ' "
Locker Gunsmith busing
He al-o makes .S'vtr Mall-,
and Mill Inks, and Gu 7f..-" .
a composition invented bx I. '.
Peck, of Kaleigh Grin! V
Spindles, with Stttl (
(turned.) The-e snide t
any mariufaciuied is t:
All letters and order
be directed Jo the Sjc::::-".
July 12, IS34.
HP HE Subscriber r-st:':-himself
in ihe houe? :cr.r; ;
! i U r11 , wr-'x
k,e-v' def. d near ih. nver. r:;
snort ciMance below r.z
M. Jackson's store, wht:; ;:
The 772 a king and repair j.z
All those who vi?h to fir r
themselves with Gins of fr.:-::
quality, are respectfully sc! : ;:
to apply to the Subscriber re
ally, or by letter. All orders
Gins will be promptly esec'r:
Gins out of order will te cxpt--liouly
Blacksmithing. of every c -cription,
executed in the be?;?".;
jyPwo second hand
Gins for sale low lor ca?h.
SAMUEL D. PR0CTLI
Tarhoro 30ih Sn'. 1 S34
Jit the Cheap Cash Ston.
(ILL be shown an esifsi?
jyf menl of seajonat.l Irv 0?c
Those that wib to see a ppiaf'
of Me rchandizf, with vcr edc '
Pricts attached, will di well toca-U''-'1
am'.ie, as I hm determii ti lo
Winter stock to make room f-r
Spring and Summer Sv-j
J. IV ED I) Ell
Feb. 19th, 1S35.
at my stable si
Falls "of Tar R
at Col. Benj. Wilkinson's, a4;
Jordan Joiner, Seivr's. alien s.
and will be let to mares i'1'
reduced price of Five Poll"''1
season, with twenty-five cen ?
the Groom in every ir.s'i:
The season has alreadv con-R.tr
ed and will end the first"! V
j gust. Good seed cotton
; taken in payment at the b grf:
cash pricts. Those who wn - f
improve their stock of horses r.;.
icvtrr nae u more ,aui"'- y
l - f,nr(VP Cr"i
As to his pedigtee it i e:r;J
necessary only to observe thsi
is of the Archie and Co'ltC'
stock. The horse and his get?-8
so well known in this vicing
that it is considered usele. :i
give any further particulars.
ery care and attention will
paid, but no liability for accidf'1'
March 19th, 1S35. 1'-