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The Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, - - - November 6. 1373.
iAKbOKO', NOKT11 CAKuLlMA.
Important Question of the
is undeciably truo that the pres
ent aspect of affairs is exceedingly
gloomy to the South, aud the planters
especially. The low price of cotton
aLd its constantly decliu;n tetideocy.
is a terious mutter, aud the great ques
tion is. what, under the circunistauce,
is the duty and itl'.ey oi the day?
The ciop ol coUoo is I eitig sold b
loW the eol ol proiiuctioc, afcd rum,
in mauy cases, u.ut loilow. V e di
not lccl couipetcutto advise with con
fidence, but we deeply sympathise
with our friends, upou whose fiieeis
to iniuh depend". It is coucteded lua1
disaster to the A-iiicuitural intcre-'
paralizes iwry Irauch oi trade auu
The financial crisis, through which
t 1 . i
are pacing, Las teen orou.-
upon, us Dy newies ut
. . . ti .
temp's to pet rail Fuaueniy. in cut
si eeuiations in rai'nn.d cuterpi
ses h;.vc overwhelmed the couutt
with etrbai ratsiueut aud I nked up
large portion of money froai u?e n.
eoiiiuif rcial cirri' s; aud, ucfortunately .
the producing tljs?, as in all cases o
gcneial en.bari asscieot, are eonipelin
to btar the loss, Merer, to buy oui
cotton, is K-ari-e, aiid wlun niouey is
scarce ps o. luce necessarily tells low.
Now, it is cert airs that, a large por
tion f 1 the pustut crop lias bten pro
dueed by advances made by the u e.--chans.
1 hey have afforded iacilitie-
lor the. r.rnduciHin oi the crop, sdo
tiiey have obtained ihe means of doim
so from the l'ankiD'sr Capital ot tin
country, in a .-rcat u;any instances
ihf nine is uisiressiuclv lew. auo
ctiC i'e. l the greatest leiuctauei
in fe.'hn- at present prices, entertain
nig a lu pe that, in the Spring. tLi
price viiil advance. lu the fir.-'
place, it is vreH to consider what wih
probably be the extent of the presem
crop. Will it be as large, or laigei
than list year? It so, it will be we.
to consider, further, whether the lei
deuey of thing- is uo' to resume spcci
raymvnts, cr uj.-.ke pai-t-r and goW
tcjual, and if so, h there a reasouabl
j-rospcet e! much advance on the pres
Cut prue of fitori, and if not, wo
held ou to iIil- Loitin at such : Ii.av
1 .ss in wei-jtit, in interest aeuuiu'.
ii'g; a id in storage an;! iourjn-
also, if as is j rudciit, the cotidj i
put iu a piaie o! security?
But suppose! t i- d.iiabb and jn.
dent tir ho J. we icoiidenily iusist ii i
the du v o( the pi-inters 10 pur the.i
cotton in the hands oi the merchant
wiio liii-ve a jvanced to m.ke ir, as ti t
b-O't aud ta-st certaiu mean:
oT lioldiur it. First, and lore
ro-ii-t, it is the honf-t course.
ti! the merchant is rani nliat le!u:r
islud the planter to wake the crop, i
is plated iu a condition that he cm
be paid, it is not risihr, it ii not ju-t,
it is imtucra! to hold n to wfrut be
longs to another. Thin, r.gaia, tht
nsei chant i s deeply interested to ob
tain a high prite. and will cot reckless
ly sacrifice, if, for no other reason, bi
cause Ins own in'erefts will forbid i'.
If he has the io;'on ia hand, he can
make many arrangements by which
he c-m pe stpone a sale. If he has wi
the co'toti he is pcrerltss to give an
aid to the
We do hope th.
prc-ent. tsperionce wid show th? m
cessiiy ff reform, in this; that, her:'
after, it is unwise to reiy upon advan
ce3 to furnish mat nnl brcarl to run
Hut until this reformation is effect
cd, the rlu nt ers, tor the next crop at
k-ast, must obtain i-ssistanec. If they
fail to send forward their c t'en
can they expect that assistance in the
future which they may need ?
Ia every point of view it is ruoraih,
an-' as a rpicstion of policy, r lit arid
just that the planters should cheerf'ul'v
assist the a-trchauts by seeding foi
ward tht ir cotton as early as possible
and in that way tho merchant i
strengthened to hoLI, if dcsire-1 .
ut wr ventu-c one practical sug
gestion: If there is a reasonable hope
as we trufl there is, that cotton nn
advance in the Spring, why not sell a
prcsout prices and I uy " luturei " (
be delivered in the Spti' g- Tlie dil
f. r-nt-e bet Wv-en ' sput " cotton hoic
and " fut-ire
n t he SpriHjr, wi
be inure th n (qua! to the loss it
wcig:u intercsf, stora- and insu
ain.'c, and the planter v. 11 h.-.ve H i
use of :i 1 l;is mi ney, except 5 pr
bale as a deposit upon the contract
and. if the price hhould advance,
he wiil have the benefit of the advance.
We mnk-i this suggestion, coming from
a practical merchant.
It strikes us forcibly as a mode by
which relief can be afforded without
sustaining a loss. We are inform
ed that purchases of " f utures '' can
not be made in h?3 quantities than
100 bale0, hut several persons car.
combine together, tend their cotton to
the merchant, have it sold, leave with
hiui ?o per bale as a deposit, use tin
residue c f the sales in paying up, and
let tho merchant make the purchase of
100 bales in bis own name for their
We have extended this article far
ther than we intended and perhaps
it may not be approved, but we feel
forcibly the necessity of maintaining
the character of our country, "and
trmt what we have said maybe useful,
inviting, as we now do, a full discus-
sicn of the subject in our paper.
Ott T-umpler, a high auth rity in
such matters, in his last "Cotton
Kevie-w," cl.ted Zurich, Oct ber 9th,
1873, makes some comments hat
are mportant upon the s atisticshe
publishes in full. We condense a
few of his rem rks.
The deliveri s of cotton in Eu-
rope lor loiZ to nave eic.eueu
tne of the average of the two pro
ceeding years by 81,000 pounds.
The cot on in the h-uds of Eng
lish spinners on 30th September,
1873, exc ds the amounts held by
them at the same time last year
fr m 50,000 t lt'0,000 bales
Entire An erican crops from Sept j
30th, 1872 to Sept 30th, 1873,
3,930,000 bales. Consum.ton in
United States, 1,204,000. Actual
import into E -r pe 2,469,000.
Europe n con sum tion of all sort
encli g Augu t 31st, 1S73, 2,191,000
There have ben no additional
mills t rected in Eur pe.
Trum; ler remarks :
"It ill have been perceived from
what preced s, that wh le th entire
American crop has yie d d 3,930,000
bales, the stock in Kuropean rorts
h s, between October 1, 1872. and
the 3Uth oi September. 1873, de
creased 2GG.000 i ales ; the in'erence
w.-u d be that, with a crop as large,
we should witness a g adual further
d crease of stocks.
"We should, however, duly weigh
thi foil wini: : Pri es daring the
se son just brought to a close have
ot come up to the expe t tions o1
produ- ers, and hence it is pro; able
t t cotton has been retained in the
inter or, : t leasr in the East lnl.es
a d B azi 8, if not el ewhere ; l
fches-' two countries, as well as in
tgypt, there has probaby been
as i uch plan e l as at y previon3
t me, and the weather has oa the
whole b en propitious j-s far as we
are ; ble to judge at pr sent We
.uay co sequently, not iths a ding
he 1 tt e expected from Uengal,
feel pretty sure that a very onsid-.-rable
increas- w l take place in the
European s ij ply of non-Amer c n
sorts, u less it be that prices de
iine o er-much. During t e las
season th"v ha e furn shed us but
i,;8',00J ljales. against 3.68J.0DU in
H; says, at th time he writes,
good qual ties f America j c tt n,
is well as th t sort that will do to
re lace them "are by no mca s plen
tiful. A Radical Horror
One vould have su; posed taat
pjor Louisiana, the State that has
sent to the field. tv-e council and ihe
f rum some of the most illustrious
men f this generatio , should be
evempjt from further outrages.
Radical sin such Kad calism as
epres nted by U. S. Grant and the
asarpei- Kellogg of the Grant pro
tective tolicy-has stabbed another
deadly t low at our sister State more
heneous tha-i all.
The p irty of Gr mt and his myr-
midoms have c;mtlete control in
that S ate. The rightfully elected
Governor was ousted by Grant, and
Ii order rules rampant.
Negro brutalism tnd lut is sus
tained by the National G vernment.
See the facts : A respectable
widow, a relat ve of ex-Gov. Wells,
u.nd her daughter w re outraged by
negroes, after their house had been
fired into and the doors broken
open. It was said when the com-
a' der of Kellogg's military forces,
s ationed at Colfax, the county to u
was infwrmod of the villain -us deed
he smiled and said he a ;d his men
were thei e for higher purp ses thaD
to arrest men for such a petty of
Th b i a fair sample of the rule
of the usurper Kellogg, the man
whom the neople of Louisiana de
feated at the pdls only to have foist
ed upon them by Grant. With
Jespoli tio', rapine, blood, this fel
1 and hi- lie- d sh coadjutors a"d
iiiyrmidons have conducted the cd
ru nistration of the L-uisiana gov
ernment. In the despatch referred
' was a cha ge that the ou rage
was perpetrated at the instigation
f th Metropol t n police Indeed,
the c nd ict of the co'onel n be ng
informe i of it gives ground t "he
sus icion. Ti e name of this mon
ster, Eelvlyne, ought to go down in
he arnals of thee Gothic times
with all the infamy that attaches to
Beast Butler and his vile imitators
of the period of reconstruction.
The Goldsboro Messenger says :
We are requeued to caution the
public to beware of an irmo-tor,
s ibng under 'he name of St. Clair.
and claiming to sell st"am engi"es
for c tton gins on a credit. The
ind vidual wa on the south side of
Neuse river a week r two ago. He
stayed one fight at Mr. J. hn A.
Kee's re idence and appropriated a
quantity i f weari-g appare'. We
learn also that l e stole a horse from
he stables of Mr. John Everitt
farter, m Saoapsjoa cevua-y.
The Southern Historical So
rx . ciety. :
In accordance with previous an
nouncement this body eonvened in
Riehmond, Va., on Wednesday even
ing. We take from the columns Nf
the Enquirer of the 30th inst., tho
following in reference to its proceed
mgs: - -
The Southern Historical Society
met in the Senate thumber, in the
apitol, last night at 7:30 p. m., Gen.
Jubal A. Early presiding, Mr. Vythe
Munford, Secretary. The hall was
well filled with prominent Confederate
officers, and many ladies graced the
occasion by their presence.
"Among the many distinguished
gentlemen present were Generals
Eaily, Hampton. Lpb, Pemberton, and
Colonel Robert K Withers. The
meetiigwas opened with prayer by
Kev. Dr. Woodbridge.
" General Early then proceeded to
give a brief history of the Society
irom its inception ia '65. at New Or
leans, to ihe present, aud to the causes
that led to the removal of the main
Society to Richmond.
" The objects of the Socitty were
clearly set iirth in the printed pro
ceedings of the meeting a the Mont
gomery White, viz : to give a truthful
record of the war. lhis could only
be done by ourselves as we were n
eluded from all access to the archives
oi th'-' -vernmunl. He wound ay l
introducing Gen. Wade Hamp'Oi
who in an able and eloquent address
appealed to the men and women of the
South to perpetuate a true history ot
tacts of tie great struggle io which we
bad engaged; it was a duty wo owed
to the dead, to ourselves, and our
children He paid a glowing coinpli
uicnt to be women of the South aud
of Virginia, who suffered as much us.
the men iu the field.
" While there was much to cause
anxiety, still truth might yet assert it
self, and it did not become us to d- -rpir
of our country or our race; but
whatever fate roy await us let us ac
quit ourselves like men, cou ributiog
in the future, as io the past, to tho
glory and greatness of our country;
or if still kepi under the ban, in the
language of one ot Carolina's greatest
sons, let us 'Do our duty aud leave the
consequences to God ' It :s not iu
mortals to command success; we wilt
do more we will deserve it. After
a few further remarks, General 11 a in p
t m concluded, being frequently ar
"Rev. Dr. Curry followed iu a
speech of thirty minutes, but the press
upon our columns and the lateness ot
the hour prevents us from paying that
attention to Lis eloquent remarks
which we would take pleasure io doing
under more favorable circumstances.
Rev Dr. Hogo followcu, and for
a gentleman wholly taken by surprise
not haviug received h g invitation
to address th Society until after en
uring the ball in the language of the
great bard, did excellent well.
"Majnr Stiies followed i his uual
veherufut and eiere ie manner, mak
ing a very favora' le iu:presaiou.
"General Eaily I hen stated thai
the Souther a 31 ytzine had been made
the organ of the Association, and con
cluded by paying a hiL'h compliment
o the lulies lor their devotion to the
S uth,and sayiu if that was treason,
let thi in luakt tt e most of it
On Tiiur-dy evcniDg the Soeicty
convened in the Hall of the House ol
Del gnes, and we agaiu re ort to i Ire
c liiuios of the Enquirer for te fal
lowing: "General Early stated th-! C-d. G.
T. Pickett had offered he S -eiety i.
copy of th" archives sold by him to
th; United States g venm ent.
"General Wise made Bonie remark
explaining a p. an ol h story be thought
should be written and favoring tlie
acceptance of the 'archives to be used
j as their merit deserved
"General Wise also spoke of the
battle of Drewry's Rluff, and said ii
ten thousand men from the Army oi
Northern irginia had b;en sent to
reiuforcc He-mregard thit Butler, in-
S'ead of being bottled up, would have
been caught and the army under
Beauregard would have crossed over
and flanked Grant's left win, and the
Army of the Potomac would never
have seen the James.
"Gen ral Early explained that bad
10,000, or even 5,000 men, been drawn
from the Army of Northern Virginia,
it would have bad to begio its retreat
it once; that the outre infantry
f ree of Lee at Spotsjl.-ania Cutt
House did not exceed dO.000 After
some further remarks on ihe same sub
ject from General Wise, the Society
adjourned to reassemble at the call ot
It has beta well Slid that you might
nearly as well forget your churches,
your academies, and schoolhouses, a.
to forget your loral paper. It speaks
to ten times the audience that the
ocal minister does. It is read eagerly
each week from beginning to eud. It
reaches you all, and if it has lower
spirit and less wisdom than a sermon,
it has a thousand better chances at
you. Laying, as it does, on evoiy
table, in almost every liouse, you owe
it to yourself to rally liberally to its
support, and exact from it as able,
high-toned a character as you do from
au educator in vour midst. It is in
no sense beneath notice and care
for it is your representative. Indeed,
in its character, it is the consumma
tion of importance, interest and wel
far of you all. It is the aggregate
of your own consequence, and you
not ignore it without miserably depre
Capt. MoiTieon, a condu tor on
the Carolina Central railroad, .. was
seriously mju ed a few days auo.
He was on a fund car returning
to Eockinjibara from the h ad t f the
road, and while runn ng ht high
speed encountered a flat car on the
track near th P e Deo b idge Both
iegg war fefck& below thak&ein.
The Southern Historical So-
- . ciety.
This Society will meet in Richmond,
Va., on the 23th and 29th of Novem
ber, at whicli thero wjll be a full and
duly appointed delegates from ail the
Southern States. 4' ' ' . f
This lavement, inv"6ur opinion, is
most important and commendable and
should receive the hearty encourage
ment of every true Southerner,
It is sincerely to be hoped that the
Society will succeed. An exchange
well says that task is a tedious, difficult
aud responsible one. It is due to the
S iu.h that the truth of Southern his
tory should be established and vindi
cated, and it is the duty of the defend
ers of the South to sec to it that the
great work is done iu I'ms day and
generation, lelore the memorials that
are now -ex! ant arc blotted out of ex
istence. STATE MATTERS
S. T. Carr -w has been awarded
$10,870 by he Sout em CI im om .
missions. It is not state fr what
The fair of th" Cape Fear Ari
eiiUurai 'oc eiy will be held in De
cember, commencing on the 9'ii
Among the eatnres of the occasion
wdl be a grand tournament, h par-
ticipa ts o be clad n armor, a gift
concert and a s ooang match.
The number of orphan children
at the-N. C. Orr-t an A ybim has
re chetl o ie hundred and f ur. Eve
ry orphan t dmitte into he Asylum
cr ates an addi ionul -claim on the
beneyoleuce of the pu lie. Let the
s. ood pe pile of the St te vie wif h
each other in sencu-iv f award con
tributions in mojey or in k nd to
Hey. A. D. Cohen
Fiftsen gallant k lights of Ti -ginii
challe ge an rjqual num' er of
orth Ca;lina I nights to meet
t em in a tournament at Hoydton
on the 14th of November. Comm t
tee, -ias. A. W imbish, H. C. Ove by,
and W. H. French. Gen'lemeu de
siring io tike part i h tourna
ment wil pie ge aud:ess the com
m ttee. -
Our Correspondent "B" and
October 2.3 h, 1873.
-'B," in the 1 it tiumtier of tie
SoUTllKRS Bit, advocated the establish
ment here of a factory for mauuf:v
ture of cotou ci d oil. Accoid;ug .'
his calculation a cer gain of $7-00
per too c-ou.'d be made, counting illi
cit tu seed at a cost o S6 00 per ton
Now ihe whide ern-r of his piece cun-isis-i
iu this: Cottou seed srjl heie f-r
SJi00 per ttn generally, hi-nce accor
ding to his figure there would be a
ele.ir oss nf ?3.U0 , er ton ou tht man
It w ll he seen fr ni the above ex
tract iu tli last i sie o t tie Enquire
hut ihe writer, 'o uic-i.ting ot . in
'cotton seed oil ' article, i-.iys that
Cotton seed set! uectvuily in Jvig
c mho at 816,00 per tou.'' It th:s i
a laei "fjcuerull , '' and uu a Vi ry tx
t nive sea e. or hiien a tca!e as wonl-i
l e cr.'ated by a larg Coitt n Sed i) i
ractory s dtuiat-u-, I mit cotife-s ui
efforts" lo prfve tl-e luruing ut sted i
into o'l, a euot wuitti inuch, prmt
icaly, but. I am not r p-md to a iiuit
the 'jr.neril'' sale ot stel at any-stK-.;
lic-j a$16 ' 0 ur ton. J'i mn'is .ii i
p:iV llli-. Itllli-h (or St:C Ji.l ili.illll
p-.p S hut e.-riai 1) Cc I'm iU'T m
N mn Caitd na ure ni 1 -" (3 as lo
b-ieviS it pays in invest SIC Ot) in a
tn of go.ioii see- lor an) o;hei
As a fertilizer a'ton ol c.ii.on s'-ed
is 'iot worth r.icre than St 00. for be
fore the hulls rot off the .xpo-ue s
injures thekeruel- that the are almost,
if not CKl'rC'l.- w. rthl-:so as a m.iUUie
Such are thfc iipinioiis of p!on ers in
Mississippi and oi In r dip n secti -n-
and heuce ihe large sale of sed (to
factories for n aki g oil) at troiu $5 lo
$6 per ton. In some sections more is
paid for sc. d, but to is a good general
Alter the oil has b ou pressed from
the reed he kernels are a spleudui
fertil zer, being cou-idc-red wortlr Irom
825 to $ 0 per ton, by having som-
clii'tuicW, worm wry li'Ho a -d'-d ;o
t.I.eiii. I do not know the chemical o
I would name it. llhinKa lair a !
impartial investi.af ion of tnU niaUi-i
will d--monsrate it- practicability .-;n-:
profitableiiess. Of course I back
square down if seed, by tht 1 000 ton-.
enoot be pure 'taoed at fmrn a to Si
The only object of my article was i
cad atteut'n n to ihe iimiier aud draw
out whether it would be practical o
not. If ilie establishing of a" cot i on'
send oil (or any other) factory, wil
not pay, your prople should keep then
hands off. What .North Car.iin.'
wauls now are paying in. tautmns.
.he has bad enough of every thing
that does not pay. . . ,
As a natter of curiosity will you do
me the kiuduess to asceituiu ns near
arj po-siblc the number of tons ot seed
ibat change bauds in Lag-coobc
county ordinarily iu a jear at ?16 per
too? . 1 simply want to st-e how Ion
ihe quantity would run a $"J0.0U0 oil
SKW 1DVE RlISiE WEIiT.
On SUNDAY last ou tba streets cf Tar
with a COKAL ET, was Ir.st.
A liberal reward will be paid iii H e
nnner lea vine tne same at the SOUTH
EBNER OFFICE. Do6-tf
Death , Bed of Stonewall Jackson.
This i the title of a fine engraving of tbe
Death-Bed of Stonewall Jackson, 14x1 i; ches
in size, and printed on heavy plate ptper;. Ul
cers of the Coniederate army are grouped sor
rowfullv around Uie couch i f this m-eai and
good man, this christian soldier, whose nie-
niooa uas own given lor nu e.iuti v. In the
uisiaucu w iu" em-iviuiuiig arm , tue wearv
sentinel on his beat, etc. It is a" Die nre that
will touch every .Sonthern heart, and all. old
I have a place in every Sonthern home, Sent by
I ... i I .....iiriT.nl nn vnl u. .1 c . .
wan, uuiitvu .... juoipaiu, lor zucin
each, or 3 for 5oct;, . W M i.URKOW, 2 o
Maiuat, Bristol, Tenn Agents wanted for
tkia and other ue engravings, $i to t lo a day
FINE p-CABBAQES. j
I 'm now prepared to supply families of
Tfrboro. and Edgecombe County, with
any quantities of the best -..': "5-
raised in th s county, and equal to the
est brought from the North. All orders
will be promptly filled by calling at the
Grocery Establishment of Mr. S. S. Nash,
llain St., Tarboro, N. C.
oct.30-lm. WM. P.LEWIS.
' Wheie IjicU r CeaUemea cn obtain
FRIED OR. STEWED. :
of ihe verxbeat qaV ty "ie market 9foxJ. ;
c?n be liarl w ien called for." ?
The nuder-ig -d bsg leave to i-ifor ri his
rrieiida and pa.roi-a that be is now prepared
to T'lrnmh at reasonable honra Oyateia, cool
ed or by iiieauure, aiul reqntsU t at all who
derive to purcliano O'-'gtqfa durrjg'jlbeaf asou
wilt call -ihe Haloon,' wlie.-e" everything
wi I bo ccndnctcF ia-' matitier to anit thon
who mav patronise the uoderai rood at his old
ia.n.l. .-. -i ' J- M. SIMtAft.NM. .
- uUkiu-iai .- - uuu;i:rimLci.
In the matter of tho lit-. Washington eoun'.y,
coi'poratiou o! the Bal In ttaa
liiuoru and Roanoke j jSTtiperlor Court.
Steamboat t;ompny. J
ri-o-tbirds of ihe Capital Stock of tlie above
X. named ''orporittioii h ving been snbscrin-
a lor vitnin tne uaio piescrioe-' uy law, and
J. F N -r ua i, one if '.hi-co-.i-natiirB, h iving
Ualv- roqiut.-d ui "'vk " 'he Mun-io
(lniiit of Waslu-.Jtiofi coiinty t. :il a itioeting
ol ne iiMo:eu ,-or;ii-at'::-s and tmbsenber,
uolico is hen-bv irivtii re- t!ie ire)iiist d cnrim-
r.i ors and gubscno'es ' :!i I prnpos.-d cur-
pe-iaii'iii io lii'-'ei- eu i.w i wei-'iy-iuiu uiv ci
.ov -uibcr, 187.1. in tiie town of l'.ymouih-
dei-isruated in tiiu nIo.:i of Incorporation an the
principal place of bu-mt-HS of sai l proposed
corpora'. inn 'or the purpose oi eiecnng om
cers and adoptmg bye-laws, and for bucL
othiT Dwruoses as niav b proper aud law.ul.
Don.) at my office, iu llymoath, the 2-ltU
day of Octooer, 1373. J A. MiJJSUN,
oet4o-3t. Clerk : uperior Court.
Cbiup.amt, IWstipation, Voutiing ol Food,
goor alomach. water brash, heartburn. Ion
spirits, Ac In thirty-five y.ara never fibii
to cure tlie most oostiuate caaea. oia 03
drug iits vt-neraily. Win. Howard agent foi
I'ai-boro, N. O. Jiirpot 115 Eighth nt. N Y.
circuiara uiaaica ou application oc;-ii
Send for Cat alogue,
oruestic Sewin.j Machine Co., Sew York.
MeckJenburg Co., N. C.
Weill eqninped. Seven Protesi ors, Expen
aealow, Session begins Sept 25, 1873, kemi
lor Catalogue, J, il, BLAKE,
8w Cnairnisnof tho Faculty.
iVI U iUJ2Jl. cad attention t
onr Wti fjuw. witJi wirch a man can cam
23 per day 111 goo l territory. It bores aty
diameter, an.l ordinary welis at the rat of l :'.n
leet per day. Farm, "Township, and County
lii'htH for tsale. Descriptive book Bent on re
ceipt of 9c- postage. Address AL'Gtlt CO.,
ot. Louis, Uo.
THE MAGIO COMB vi
w l any colored hair to a
porma ent tilafk or brown and coutains no
K'in- n, Xraile aupplied at lo rates, JIaoic
Cu-'-b o, . pr.iiKtield, Mass.
A. Watch Free.
worth $2.i. given gratis to every live man wh
will act sa o.ir ae;it; bnsiuess light and i u-
i.toie: f:; o mado ni 5 i: .ys; aan-anie as aour:
ve vleidv bnvi it; cau'i do witliont it; inns'
have it; mi gift enterprise, and liuhunioug
Rcxnedt A Co, 'ittsbur;? Pa,
PSYCHOMANCY 03 SOUL CHARMING.
How either eex may fascinate and gam the
ve and aff -ctious n any person they choosu
nititaatiy, iln siniple nicntai acq'ureineu a .
can posses, iree, Uy mail, f.ir'i-jc, Uigeiue'
with a ni:ii-ii.i2ro Kiiioe, i'g-.-iitian oracl.
Ir. ams, hirtg to ladies, 'vedJius-tught ahirt.
&r, .1 ijaeer i-ink, Ad lr( ss T 'tLLlAM &
abs 1 iiuuelpuia.
AFIKST-KA TE SALESMAN OVi
havbiga tliorou'!i knowiedee of Gt-n-
erl Merclm N' "t-:H- tierii ap-.-ly.
ct23-tf t '. - u'Kueitier Utfico.
BOARD FOR YOUNG LADIES.
IKESPECTFULLY ANNOUVCE TO
the parents of the Mate, and especial)
Eastern Carolina, .lief I am now pre-.ared
to take a BOA11DFK.-5 u limited nunibei
who nviy attend tiio Seniinry iu Warrei'-
tou, and who will receive ail tlie ad.aut'
ages aud com fort h of the home circle.
For furt ier .nirlieular apjily to Dr. A
II. MACNAIR, TnrnorOi or tho nnder
n -d. VVnrivnt .n. N. C, - , '.
MRS- ALICE JONES,
oe-23 ti i juierly Miss Alices I uuuahill
WIL3IIXGT0X &WELD0S R. R. CO.
FFICE GES"1. SCPF.R1NTESDENT. )
Wilmiii ;ton, N. C, Oct. 11, '73. f
CH ANGE OF SCHEDULE
On and after Oc.ober 12 Passenger Traint
Dn V. and W. K. It. will run as roliows :
f.cave TJnim Depot dailv (Sun-'avs
excepted) at 7:4o a m
Arrive at Goldsboro at tl:5o a m
" Eoekv Mount i:oo p m
" Weldon 2:5o pra
Leave weldon daiy (Sundays ex
cepted) 9:5o a m
Arrive at liockv Mount 11:35 a in
" Goldsboro 1:37 p m
" Union Depot 5:5o p m
Lenva Union Oepot daily. lo:3o p m
Arrive at (iotdsboro B::i7 a ni
" Rocky Mount. 5:58 a m
" Weldon. 8:oo a rn
Leave Weldon daily at 8:on a in
Arrive at Itocky Mount 9:48 am
" Goldsboro 11 .-5o p m
" Union Depot 4:o5 p .m
Mail Train makes cloae connection at Wel
don for all points North via Bi y Line an l Ac
quia Creek routes
Express train connects only with Acquia
Cieek route. Pullman's Palace tilee, ing cars
on this train.
Freight 'trains will leavo Wilnington tri
we eklv at 6 a m, and arrive at l:lo p ni.
Express Freight Trains will l-avo ll'ilming
ton ailv at 2 p m and arrive t 6 p m.
ocl-6tf JOHN F. DiVINi-, Gen'l Rnp't
COAL ! COAL ! COAL !
I HEREBY NOTIFY THE i'ITIZF.NS IN
general that 3oo tons Free Burning
Ci.al, a ready shipptd, wilt aruvein Tarboro
in tow days. All who desire to purchase Coal
will please call on m." b fore purchasing else
where, as I will sell coal th i same price that
it can be purchased for elsewhere, er-st and
charges added. J M. SVKAGIN.S, Agt.
a i iii3taJuaiiMM'i'
FOUR ELr.GANT ROOMS
over H. Whitlock & Co.'s
Store, in Ir.on Front Building
Apply to Orren Williams:
ecU tt Txuaoaj.
O AlYXJr UJ1& ' 60 eta that retail
quick for Slo. & L WOLCOT 181 Chatham
Square, N Y. ......
Genuine Waltham Watches
ent O O D. The beat and cheapest in the
world, and the moat accurate, II 'unrated
price liat and lowest rates seut free; addrega
FULLER & CO, 28 Bond street, N Y,
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
and all Throat Diseases,
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Put up only in BLUE Boxes.
A TRIED Al) SURE REMEDY.
SOLD BY DRUG-GISTS .
The Hiehesl Medical Author
Hies 01 Europe " snougesi
Ttuic, PnriGer ane tleobstruent known to
the m-iilical world n
It at rests decay ol vilal forces, exhaustion
of tlit nervions system, reatures vigor to
the debilitated, tieanses vitiated blootl, re
moves vesible bst ructions and acts iliret-t-ly
outheLi-er and Siil -oo ' Pric- a
bottle. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IS PUtt
otreet, y. A.
EV- DR- DEEMS, I'aH'.r f the
C:u:.c i ol thu oiiaufjerH, and Edi'or ot
the Cht-itiiau Ar NVw Y'ltk. ' has written
a work entitled "JESUS," cornp et"
in ont 1 ct.'iv 1 volume -il 7 C paz-s bunnti.
nl'y .lliiviat.fd. This 'ok ia-ei;ii
.i:li a Ititgu fn. Dr. Da-nis l.eiug a
trm- lVienJ t :Le Sontbejn peo 1, his
ti'i.-U w ill t e eafi-rly looked .T licic. Sob
imty i ti 1 nrli i-an is'tn ttenii nppniuted
by tire Piibli-ilici-s. For territory fr thi
nii Hie Gre.-i' Pictorial B ik of Travels
'ALL 'BOUND THE WORLD," address
U. S. PUB.; CO , 11 and '3 LiWe sit;
Place, X. Y. "
tub ).m KaimA m;imii:
That at the sf.me time Purges, Purifies and
Strengthen the System. Dr. TUTlSPiLL
are compoted of "many ingredients, l'romi
sent among them are fciarf .r -ila and Wild
I'.herry, soi united as to act together; the one
through i: b admixure with oilier Kubst nci
purifying at;d purging, wh le the other is
Strengthening the system. Thus these Pills
are at the same time a tonic and a catbartie
a disideratum long so tht for by inedica.
men, but never beiore discovered. In other
vvords, they do the work of two medicines and
lo it much" better than any two we know of,
for they remove nothing from the system but
impurities, so that while they purge they also
strengthen, and hence they cause .'O debility
and are :ollowed by no reaction.
Dr. Tutt's Pills have a wonderful influence
on the blood. They not only ""Jmrify wit out
weakening it, bvt they remove all noxious
purtieies rom .he chyle" before it is conve-tetl
into fluid, and thus makes impure blood an
inter impossibility As there is uo ie. ili a
:ion, ro there is ?o nausea or sickness attend
ing the operation of thi- most excellent medi
cine, wirch never strains or tortures the di
gestive organs, but causes them to work in a
lerfectly natural manner ; hence persons tak
iug them do not became pale and emaciated,
but on the contrary, wh.le all impurities an
being removed, the combined action of iht
.rsapariila and Wild herry purifies and r -vigorates
tho body, apd a robuet state ol
uealth is th result of iheir united action.
Ti':e, 2- cents a box. S Id by all druggists.
Depot 8 Cortlaudt St., X. Y.
IWATEBS' CONCERTO PAELOS OEGAKS
stjle and perfect in tone
W Tv evermaae. THE COIV-
tV f?f( Ci.It'1 0 STOP u the best
Omn. It it fimiuiwj
J M iff wna
IJfO AND SOCJIi
f the HtltlAN
VOICE IS 811.
Broadwav. N. T.. via ditmt of snn a kab
4 oug ans ofirauclass makers, ira.
riwfo WATERS', at extrcmelr low
prices tar CU, sr part cash, and Salmain
Small monthly mvmnWt. Ne w 7-Ocibww
irst-claas PIANOS, all modem im.
Srorements, fmr 275 task, (mam 5-Oc-
4 STbPS, 110; H STOPS, 125. I11bI
iBimojruei ma I lea. a large diy.
tount tnMxnulert, Ckurrkex, S'indav-Schnpit, Temperance
Societia,tle. AGEKTS WANTED.
A Lady ol expf?ence, a graduate of C. C.
F. Institute dehires a SITUATION. Address
stating terms, S1ISS E., Mnrfreeboro, X
Fall 1 Winter,
JONES tk MAYO.
MAIN ST., TARBORO.
The public are respectfully in
formed that we have received our
full stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
which we offer on the most reason
able terms. We have a splendid
Dry Goods and Ladies Dress Goods ;
embracing all the new styles and
shades. Also a full line of
MEN AND BOTS' CLOTHING,
CAS9IMERES, CAI.ICOE9, ETC.,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC,
Our Motto is: - "Live and Let
Live ; Quick Sales and Small Prof
its ! "
Cheap for rash.'
Thankful for past patronage, we
invi e the public to give us a call
and examine our stock
o92m JONES & MAYO-
Nos. 24 'and 26 Urion Street,
K or folk Va.
VTANUFACTUllER AND DEAL
111 er in CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, SUL
KIES, HAPiNEHS, .SADDLES, CuLLAA'iS
Hames, Whips. Horse Clotliing, 4c.
Farm Wagons, Carts, Cart Wheels and Axles
sr-Kcfers to C. C. Laner, Tarboro, X. C."E.
July 13. 3l-ly
BR. RICH'D H. LEWIS
I EOPESSIONAL SEaVICS
to the public. OiEce in rear of Whitk Va
r i iiiii in
Tlie BTX 'I
7 Tappcy, LumsAc;n k Co.
Two men can peck a 500 bale and do it with ea.v Whea ueRilv don lav .:
ort sticks and iftke to lorr ones.
I have seen many p.es&es bi yours is Ibe
Agents FARRER, PIPPEN & CO., Tarboro, T. II. CIIEP.IiY CO., Greeny
.Vi ice iu Petersburg, MO.
IFive Per Ceist. discount
The People T Kfkvoomo n-iil fiiv'. it . :vir
We ad van '''age lo ;ii;;ac f...- iiy k v 1v
are of- 32 Goods, dy -am-o 'f, i" -r. i' is
fering a rj . antl -"-v Hm' -
discount of T :- . ;;g Got-flb, T,--...
5 per cent, to f v- 'i &-c. &c, &c.. o.e.,
everybody that on.v-s 53 b; Vi e pu.r.-'r.in-r o--e-a
bill of 20 and. pp- pS where. We :n
wards for cash. At our Q Jicidar Jr ( , ;
Store will be found a splen- ow i. . id
dd coJicei ion 01 Liomnsue
Fau.cv Dios Goocis, Ikw1
keis. Quilts, e'ic., etc., eic, fa u d
New Goods I 0111 tlp d."ite 55 T ; 1
iin'il Clnistinns v 'H becon- jJ ii
v ' .n''i vc"v: ,V and o . "ri
at a slight ad nu'-i; a .mii New oik let.
IRON FRONT CLOTHING HOUSE
TARBOUO, N. C.
We have just received our Winter Stock of
HEADY MADE CLOTHING.
Bry Goods, Boots anl Shoes, Si; sh
g j r. ixil: - tr ft s? i "E3-
Also a laree assortment of
. . . T -i . ,
Ladies ana uents rurnisuin w,
Trunks and Valises, &c.
W have enlareed our facilities for makirg up clothins, an P,ref"'''
to SUIT M -n.Hojs and Cliildreo vpith a Suoday or tierdny bU 11 ol Cloti -,og
i less mosey than th- --"no Gods can be bon-.-hr tr imv wWrc 10 he
Stat'?. 0 sock of OVERCOATS CAPES and TALMAS tor Men, B j
and Children ae of the last ftjles. and be solH vt-ry eiieap.
Cill and sec them before buying. It is no trouble to show our Ceotfs.
We have a great variety of samples and piece goods, and
make clothing 'to order at short notice and at the lowest fig
ures possible for fine goods aud fine work. W e cut garments,
make and trim them for those that bring their own cloth.
Remember that our Clothing fit heller, wear better and
give more general satisfaction than all the cheap Nothing
raid in this Market. YOU WILL SAVE TEN YV.R CI A I at
II. WHITLOCK. & CO.,
C. E. ASIGT p
llende on, K-'r;
ano r- ioo; 0
Bvc- jrj Ove. cov -.
Fine Shawls and Cloa-;?,
T 1 r,vl O
Bl 115 11 U tl
1 J w o p