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riic Tarboro' Southerner.
- -November 6, 1373.
Shnrslay.
ill SIS Yin EE lAItK.
Meeting of the Tar River
Jocfcey Club-
lUU TE TAPIS.
At u uiee'.'ag
John b
of the Club on Tuesday
Dancy presiding
it
Tournament miaes, di-
be dolv announced oy
trotting and
'unanimously agreed that Kununiede
Park8;io.rd be thrown Pn 'U Tut T
?3,1 Decern" , (or He following, a -e-
n.en s
1st. A Ci am
ri . ion 0
ai'tooi'-'y o." -be C'o'".
nd Entries for ruuuine
ec: races. Pieminuisf en vies. to
be determine bv l'e C no.
Jrd. Chher . ..a .. wiju wlU b
Uulv iiitiioir.icn'.
A .jh ' "I meeting of the Club calied
wti,,. H.Mk ou Frio ay, toe 1-1: b. Novtui
Vjv ai w'.:eh spvc'wt committee of five,
'.. in- f (:tt. John S. L'.iuey.Dr. i.
H. L a .U'. Ir. 1- L.- iV'l-". 11 c Bourne
:iD l Win. IV " "" " Club
t iiMWiMiiiiic :r .in .i3d Di cciiiotir.
e u h ns.imcemug tie iace t""-'"
The v g gem'e ue i J town, cuuuLv,
,.. ,., y else, ot gOt'd SiUIid i ft. will
, 1 1 : te .'ittiiise'Ves lorthe encounter.
AC -ciu E. '"Mil lie given at nihl In
T? ')C" w.n"-e each eaccssicl Kniglii
xf,n le petiu'-'cd lo show his choice ol
he farovue maidens of tbe land.
rosb-ein the Camp The Jail and
It's Zceje-'.
Ti.eie seems to be considerable of a
rumyns i the RancMcal county cmr jnst
at mis time. TLe case staud-i BaK n Bry
an, r-heiitl, tw. other?, who wish hi lucra
tive i'cs sti"'Ti "f juil-keepev.
Ct ni plaints havitg been made to the
Coi-uty Corom'Shionris, of the poor antl
lusuflicient fare furnished the prsoncrs.
thai be1, on Monday last, vmited the jail
to ac r am the truth of the complaints.
VYe dropped in upon them while In the
midst of .heir examinations, where a pel
fed torrent of complaints B.et our etra.
The prlaoners, twelve iu nutuber, we e
loud in their denunciations t f the She ff
io legtrd to quantity ard quality of the
food mmUhtd tl.em, altuost a)!, williont
excipiion. denying that ml ratious we ej
SUPjlit''.
The Bv aid met 8 on arte, when a des j
perate tffm t was made to oust Battle, br.t
Uie motion failed. The Sheriff is "bilius"'
and charges that, notwithstanding the de
feat of t;ie prp -sision, a ' 'riii' has been
formed atiust him la bis party, the
ojjec of which is lo ti1 n him ool aod
po a m "C niedy party rum in his plad'.
Jack Daacy tieeuis to have "a finger in the
pie, ' and his claims appear to be so-lained
by most o; the rads.
Eiu it none of oar fihl so let 'em
r'p- Fui her develO!ment wiil be du:y
an loo need.
ICPBeau.iful styles f Sleeve Buttons,
Bosom Studn and Cellar Bu tons, Vest
Chains, Charms, &c, j.t received at
Bell's; also a flue line o Eight-day Clocks
daily expected. Call and see his si-) -k
befiC puixhasiiig.
McNider on ' Hotels. McUtder, Ibe
": mium lauliit, was in town tint week.
Betide i being the most accomplished
'anghist In the world, Mc. is no earuine,
toncbing he comforts of this life. His
experience wuh country ho.'eU ia rich and
varied.
Bis traveling paraphanalia consisU of
an extra size Saraloga, which, berJes be
ing filled with atore clothes, con'ains 1
pair Jongs, 1 poker, 2 pair of b'ankets, 1
bed bujj, an assortment of window g'sss
of va-ions sizes, from SxlO to 12x14. 2
lbs. puUy, 1 petty knife, 12 napkins, 12
towels, 2 pair sheets pair pillow cases, 1
Hacking brnsh, 1 hair brash, 1 fine tooth
cod'.), 1 lookinjj -jla-s, wi-bb'iwl, pltch-r
aod s!o( tub, 1 kerotiena lamp, 1 gn-'at
;rro niatchc?, 1 tmoltiing irui , 1 ash
bc:i d, 1 Bi'o e, 1 buttle bikers, I coy of
the Concord Sua, and to'lft articles too
Bffa'c ous to men' ion.
Be ayg he tl-'da man v hotels deflcieut
iaa Ties of acluul nec."-.y, ti"t tor-v
s: 'm-'c ? of comfort, und he is deteriuint d
wbile t-.avrlin3 thioi'gb th's vale f :
U'al all 1le eonifoits that money ai l-y
abalt be on lmu'. Cvord Sv.i.
Piti' Ati;t Oil is ih.s nl dst
For sl by fud-rr A Jus,iu.
Tn L'ctwik Mojiox Nioht. Qai'i a
lajye and intelligent andiauce a.-s.rujbled
at the Court House m Moody u'glit Uat
to heir !io iect-.tro of Mr ?. S. Wilkin
enj on Mental Culture."
Tue (.Oiti t f i oai ws brilliantly lighted
np an.la np'.e ai raug'i uts fur the accoir-
midati' a uf tbe cr"r 1 tud lnicn mad by
Vie Commiit s.
Tbe Lecturer ai introduce 1 by Mr. E.
R. Stami'B in a abort but appropriate man
ner. The lec'u-e occupied aboat u hour
in delivery and was listened lu iLh mark
ed a' tmion. The aubj!Ct was well ban
.'led an 1 showed a considerable degree of
'O.tseirch and labor in the preparation
At tho close M: . Wilkinson was greeted
with a Licvty round of appKuse.
We trust thi :s Lnt tha commet-cmen
of a series of tecturts that will lat throui.
ih.. 'er.
Pitnossu. "rte Goreno-; " last week,
issued pardons to B. , and U. Dranghan,
who were conricted at the spring term of
1870 of Edgecombe Superior Court, of
burglary and larceny, and sentenced to
five years in the Penitentiary.
ICZfGen's' C jib ere Slil-leand Drawers,
Mattrasses and Bedsteads a T. H. GAT-LIN.
Ok Dcrr. After a long absenoa from
his post, on account of severe illness, Mr.
W. D. Bsyo: on Saturday last, resumed
hii dui;e8 as cxptess me.seogcr or tbe
T? boro Branch road.
Willie ts i tmive'al favorite, and bis
voted o.is f.-ieidii Wf glad 1o se him
O'ih nio;e reslrired te belth.
R'Ji'itED. The raroud authoH'.its did
i'ot delay lon-j iu repaiiir.g tbe Lridje
over Ije nvc, vblc't w wio bcene of
lie ii''i ci , lepo .ed some w.-ek inre.
''." work was completed Uat week, a was
vise icriuii'-l uputi the liun.
'1 tie Dudley ..! reroa'nyt Hubvdaed oi
e ot.
Coa'pU'ui j, lood and j'.eut. t)si
ztwnie end f the rpd a-
Nnmbets of these sntsc:lbera pna np,
and amoog the beat farmei a of Edgecombe
bavc made freqrent app'lcal'oDsor c
fo- shipment of t'je'r coitnn, bnt have bi-ea
put off w'tb tbe Vol the road and bridge
was uniafe, mm. PatOJiT Br DQtrV
oqtton was reanx.
As an instance of vh's d?cviwoation in
,avorofthe "resideBt'.' wlo p'at tation
is a'x" miles from the tumtous. We give
the foliowlnj facts that no ou will deny:
Ij too earlv rp ngth's yea:, a contract
waieniered in'o le:wcen a p'om:nentmer
:1i,h of Tarloro and a leading farjaer of
Ihecmi'v. The l:ter5Ted to debyer
at the e -d of i'i ro .l abot't si-: bales of
c- :3 tor wbieli be wits to ie le 19 cts.,
t). povrd-
The co: n us delivered as rted ap
plication me uwd .or ca -the same was
rciu.-jd ty t uiiii'ud Dib ritie-i, Uie
ie.ifon f rauch 'erusal bein tbe dangerous
ADVERTISE MEXT8
GREAT ATTRACTION!
Watches. Jewelry, Silyer
PLATED WARE,
AT
J. M. Freeman & Sons,
Old Established Store or 1831,
No. 29, Corner Main and Talbot Sts.
SORFOLE, V4.
Tb 3ubflriber t espet tMy nails t! e
attention o' the piirobasip-i toaimuoity
aid ?1si.o senerall v. to ivh stock of
Goods, cniihihtinr o'
FineCo-i rJWD',Q-Ca.e .everv, ol European
anlAiMr.iCMfi;.v. 'n Oeutleiaen Ladies.
Hootvog Snve.- Leve- s, o' American and Hwiss
cotd 'iu f hm roal ard .''. Gold Ijeontia and Chatelaine Chainaand Pina
au- cant d-dund ,o ,, W,t tbe uade, CXiOoU
ow':ng to ' be w trt of tianapor' U v., d Ear Rings and .8Ui. .ei tn.
i he
t-.isovieik i.r
Sberiif Sxyn caav Xj?oi
o the food nrij.il '.
i vot tt 'a uiutter a fct aub'.c for ti e
neat i.u-i ary t
SotiTFKBsH Ao?-N"-. Mv. Wn. iirown.
a wouurUd Coufenerate littler, ba be n
appointed by as us traveling of eut fur t!i
SotfTH nEr aud Ue i autl'Oii7.ed t ve
ceive all tuocrii'?-t! at'd receipt 'or tle
atne ll Wi,! pw,n visit tbe e-t anties '!
Pitt, Beaufort mid utbtr poj'.te it-, tiie i
e; est o the aj r
Town Tklkccafh Officf. Mr. J. F.
11oni, betler known as ' Fraki-r," one
o." the best aod mos accoanuoda uj(
IVIegrAph Operators, assumed chatge ol
t ie city otllo iu Taxooio on tiatvr ay
ast. lio can now always be fonod at his
post, ready atd willing to piomptly &e d
all U'legratus for t lie eouunuuity. U
olnce i ia tbo S one wall tluuxe.
be a,
bo 'i par ii.
TI-ih Mas lew trtk iu adtra :e
tio.e mhvu tbe road u twptti o
di'.'ou for ita -.it.ria,oa 'o and Tfuni "Sir.-J
i. M " ta in.
Ibe wiit - makM bit pertinout enquiry
ud Jv-i'ic deuiaudt a rwply.
How an 1 at wlia; ;ia?e ,'or whom
ami for w'u-.i piiro"' -hve . a'.n bf a
-,e ui .ve .bis ca novl JytU dangerous
ioa 1 t.tce 'be )
Ano.be i)J3 -llow uiauy i'toes have
cats bten seut over this ackn-ivt'ei? -id dai
eeions i' .ii without the aid of evei th
Dudley'' and tb ough the whole IvS.rn-
nien JUy o physical fcrce?
Cause--condition of 'iae.
A teply expected by
SroCEioj.Dca
THE MARKETS7
e o-n,;l ,roVKi,t.,U,c loss ,7' .a. auexqma.
,V "-' Tt t mill uoiu iin,
oi the GV'U t:rt,',i ?' Rings Ladies' Gold
Gold Sleevit Boso', !'.. ons ot every tyle.
Ice PiJcbfiv.; v.-.U)n. . teneral assbrt-
inen. FJSE LATEU " r SUK
With e tenors, isscitme u of Goods nsuallv
kept in a ' -rVy f ' or . a1 'o."wjicb are offered
ron SA'.a t tow trntc as amy stoiieis thk
citv.
arFIKE WATCHES. CLOCKS r.nA JEW.
ELltY carefulb iepair6 and warranted.
J. y. FREEMAN ft SONH
ABBOBO
nmwm
ADVERTlSEai ETS
1M77 finny
Mil ma
AOVEUTISEMEXTS
THE LARGEST AND FINEST 8T0CK 0
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
that ever has been "brought to
Tarboro, has just beeu
received at
At Col. Mfu
JnivU. 13711
'J'.vlbo 8ts., Norfolk, Va.
32-tf
Rsspn GnAsko. TbeSaligli New
s-vs ihat Govetner Caldwell has issued
re-pile to Anaca Ga tett, who was o bve
been hji'ed pt Piymon.h, N. C, on Tne:
dey Irst.
Tbe execniion ia syeducl'l Ffiday,
November 2Sth, and tne cf 9 wi'l be far-
iher inves'ia ea.
The tespi.e wps Issued on Silr.uay,
end, as tie papeis could not po.sibW
reach Plymouth in time, the fact of ;beir
isxnauce was telegrvpbed fo Frrnklin, Va.
with insl: nc ioa to have the islerg ai iv-m-.
diately forwaiued fo tbe county . e..t of
J Was'iin&tOD.
Araca is 80 years of Rge, aud is clipped
with the murder of a little girl. Uer pa- -tlon
is nrcd by the District Solicitor and
a number o? the best cl'ir.ens ofibscoro-
iy-
Tas EtsT Cisah. Is the "Banker"
manufactured and sold exclusively by W.
A. Mehegan, Norfolk, Va., This unrival
led cigar is an cniversal favorite where
ever it has been imrodnced and is eagerly
sou ht afte.' Ly all genui;ie lovers of a good
smoke.
Remember the brand.
7. B. PalauoO ain This gee cmttn,
one of oar best citizens, and a ptt ftct or? .
r of bis trade, batjast opened his uew
siiop oa Cbnich 8're!:, a tew doors f ojb
Main.
We can confident tv if-vmmend Mr.
PalanioQOtain to all needing blaols It
and gunsmith work. 1' he does net g
KsliH'aotion it is n'sd'es' to tek '
wbe e.
Fen Ahkad. Tiie Soc 'flKRf u ia .
issue of 23rd October, ooo'tVmed, by
r a :hor a challenge from the oue.'3 v
'llope" aad "Flora" 'o run iainsv iv
''ee years olu oftheStat .ime, i'-i.e
acd bei to be J greed upon bf tbe tesoec
ive o vrneis.
Pi ies iu Fa'irax and Norbaiup't,i i
have s ignited their purpse to Uika vp -t
cnaltene, sad po "ng gentlemen bi-e
the prospect of wiine ling soon aome oT -he
best i. cing ever maue in the S Ale.
Full particulars Will be duly annoJO""''
iu (uufo columrs.
TtrENEu's Ai.ma?.ac This p-'pular au
n:i:i' visitor has beu issued fo.- lli4 an 1
wii: be I'odrid for s.ile at the stores of our
ru.'re nants.
Tbi p.lmanac i- '.1?, in st vis'iuible now
pu'.)libeit ,"o. Ni'H' Caiodna and sbonid
ba in every .ami!. A iC-vr i'e.ituie has
b.-en ad 1 '! ' i I1- v!"y ol r.n ' An'm.ij
Stutt! Recenl. " cO'.titloi'i ir.U: -siii'g
events ltnp,-e iu liJ rs t: wort'iy of
no ice.
It i-. a In the 37 b year of predication
and weuie i i:oriue.i tlal me pub'i-ihefs
a:,ji to soon make it in every way woty
of paf fjuijc.
Aiuot important f a' lire ia the eollec
tl n ot facts in relation to the State Gov-
n.nirnt, the C-urts, ite and Fe b r d;
Postal Rates, Liter-ial Reve jue, Ips de3
mnch interesting remi'ti.; ma'er
L'.tevtry tannly supply iise'f at jce
Witti this valnanle AI - auac.
Tiib Nt w Ltviiuv Stcl. Ou SaUi -day
1 ist ilosrf: s. V. B. S'jir,d aa 1 ! . 1
W atii rsbee took charge uf 'Ait Lvety
Stables receiitlv purcliased fioio M".
Od.inhe'imtr.
Ti ey have just received a iu t- tut
lot vt hoises wbiuii arc u ou e' "oi!' 'Ji
a .d'o. Bile at their tab! , -fiia'y'Le
finest ever b' ought to iaro -ir .
Ina lew days hey will bepte. j' ! t .
Xft;et every demand in the liver line wii;.
g od horses and eo.uiorfable veli.eb;s.
The immed ate personal aupenutetidcnce
of ; he siai les is in the i'8' ds if Mr. S. P.
Beattj , who is well qna'rfied fo the work
aud will Like pleasure in a-'commodui wj,
all custouie.8
OrF'CKRS THK fOANii! AO TaH
Kiv.ru A"'''ct.TBAL Avhociat'ov. At a
l.--f ot ill" .-3i,..e.y He'.; on f'n's;iv
v -'fthe Ve!r; i Ta' , ibe '"l!o.v!n
offlee svs e eVct.'d for the. e..ning i weive
mo .i..::
I P.e ij. n: P il. Sia;tb. or Ha'ifa t.
j Vc ' e.4 .L;to J YS4a, HrT
7 J. r. ' e -e , E 'LeCDia ie; W. W.
j L -t .II - t , . t. C.penTt, Ohowan'
i.I. J. J .b-, No ! ilii.on; R. B. Sl'g-
i ir S.- ; E-ne.i, Wi'son: John
V'rs , '" ie; S. S. Cooper, G.'env-ilc;
i:y VV,!liairs. VVArren; J me,h Dske,
Nr.vi; M. L Enre, Gate ; C. r. 0'H.tgn.
r'.tt.
Se' -eiai vii ..'Te.i-..? e S one.
A"i.nt Sec .-ravy H E. 'j'. Mannin.
"'as Cocxrr Comviss osbrs -Met on
Hond; v last but transacted uo iu-. uess o
impor.?nce to the po'ol'c-
Tbe old Teai'a Bridge was ?' con :i:Ded
aa public institution.
Tue luetuoc.'s seemed io be in a g f.c
tiutry to adjourn, otbe.'ise oi r it.o. t ot
i the' piocee.b'us would have beea IV e:
Did Le matle;- ol the Sbc.'ff ana I.'1
tfisonei: f:ol i:avej any V-g do v
be: sbolt s 8 ! 1 1
Was tii sc bjeot, iu a parly point cf r;e
oo dehcsi be iPbiclv handle f
C.rcHr at Lisv. I'. e no'crion? Joha
tV. Ca.-.son, wiio hss rendered biminlf
prominent !-v his n-equent violations of Ibe
lew in re ai"i: 'ui -r withoat licence at a
loml).1? of cis'rches in the eonnty, has
'Ken tried T: (he same bef-.re Julffc
1 i"iki and eonv.e.ed. He sentenctd
io a fie o S- :bJ0 yd imjir'sooiaent in
E-'; ? fin ) jci'ii .. x n."-ulis.
ICLH'es M5 no Vets and D'lWe'j
l u's and Cb'ld'ej'a City-made Sooes
and G-i en, a splendid stock of Shawls,
Fo ,,and Ed Blarke ve.y low st T. O.
OA . 'y.
:0URHOUSE.
Ho for the Winter Campaign i
4t the above popular resort. A well aivanzed
coiuiuauon oi
STERN & GOODMAN
et nsistinif of
A Fine Assortment of
Dress
READY-MADE CLOTHING
FALL TRADE
ABRIVAL OF
NEW GOODS
J5A.KE r AHGAJNS !
Great Inducements!
Fall s Winter
Goods.
M. WEVOVILL &i ( 0.
IMPROVEMENT
0
Bar and Grocery.
Ifrtre 'b's ifero- c" : i"o;ui5i 'ibepnbliR
geoe'. v, r-d y o'ci c.-s o ve :,-n v lierlar,
thai I aia now prepa ed o of.ev ' .e-n sti'd
Great Ii dncemeuls
bo'U ' i tbe ljqin).- ara C-werv icpartnicnb).
", inerei'sfil mv faei!-
iir .e ece-iiii-:ies
"o 'iTisiness
ari. ,nem..,i, (
ns Miiiti .1 n cnpsctt.'us
o wb'e'i
COTTON.
Tarb R, So. 6. Cotton
ca h; V$ on aecopit
104
Restaurant awd
GROCERIES.
I have tvst completed my arrangemeo:
for offufijij eolyrged pIi-acfions at OCR
Nvr XOBK, Hoy. 5. Cotton weak, jBOUS, and beg o call (be ?:;ep;ioooi .je
IfALTiMonc. aNot. 6 VJottoa anil;
eood o'aa- r, 12i eta.
Norfolk. 2iox 5. uofcon iovrer ;
lew middling, 13.
DOMESTIC
Com, per bushel $1 00
Meal. " i M
BOOTS A N D SHO ES.
HATS AND CAPS
TRUNKS, YA IMSES, KTC'j I
also,
Hand Made
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' :vn Imliee that tlii't t'ii .y in n-t ,...il
y ,weivi"j?' f.vim f-.. .finlu , .,e
pi "'! h".'c'eii s. ct or
Di'v Good. otions. F&rdware,
tioois and hoe Crockery, and
tilass. Ware, Groceries, etc ,
: .vi;j i i ;,ii fee. i - . bi first
ClilxS s'a.i'isi' ie.i;. ;i' .f . ,or-chi't-C"
fo. c.s'.. ?k :.ie 'or.esli i" .es e i
ti'l )e sold i r S'V.'.i -dv?
C.ni f n(l i o.e pn - ps' it, uro tus
s.'ve vonv moae .
ocl6-lra M. WEDDELL & CO.
TUV.
bica -i rs. " ' is now one of the
beg. arra 'eu i e o v.i.
LIQUORS
j are row so-d t j.r:'-v :-oj.iepl rpies.
!?ljin Driiiks o" every kind 10 cents.
M'XED TRINKS, 15 tents.
j'l e -"-nnvnt cf ibe liar I.hkoih' led to nie
Is ' leresBO my
4-ivwery leparlmciit,
ill i'T- '.h li i vpi-y Ki)i-. ic of Roofs
i .'- : .'esi ? e one ftt t. e o y
Peas.
Bacon Hog Bound
Hau). sagsr
Lard. pe lb
Butte.- Coiii' y
Firkin
Pobloei Sweet, iei- ie!.
I V.i. pe. biishel . .
V?,!:.r, ne )
E ,f,S; pe' dozen .
Cuickeas
Fo-7ls
s lb....
'B J'
Beef 'e - i )
Di-?ei A v.lea, pe
Apple IT. . uov, ve-- al
Vine'.a.-. -icr cal
FevilV , per lb
pubbc o the same. In addiMon ''OvuvEAR,
p wj.c a will always be found ibe ve -y jest
Liquors. Ales, and Clears.
I h? ve recently gi"eatly enUrjed my esUblisb--ioij..
and have now in full opela' on a !
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
and it is my purpose to conduct it in a manner
V1Y OYSTERS
' A" I WaiI aciwoWIW fni. mv lA1ln:fl ml I
.20 cts I gh Jl alw. ys be able to supply u cesiouie s
.10 CIS
Bee.iv;
.40 cts SUPERIOR RICHMOND AND NORFOLK BELF.
c'8 besides baring at all times every delicrrcy of
" lit sea sou.
. '.' .'.'.h cts IMy Oroceries
0 cts bp.ve been selected with rtat care, and I can
-5 cf supply families at low prices.
"9, A good p.?soitment of Confeciionaries cn
c'3 btad. ) Kui prepa ed io snpuly .Vv.ne.s wi-h
25 cts a pood article o" Jxw f -iced WbisUey.
..6 to 12 ct X tenoe-. my ibaiicb Io the pnobc f r their
10 cts aopveciation of my effort-s to p'.ease tbem in
$4 00 tiie pasl, and hope 'o coatinue to seo them at
Purchasers will do well by
calling and examining our
Stock, as we will take
great pleasure in
showing
them our
Goods, and will
guarantee to sell them
as tow as they can be bought
many part xf this State.
STERN & GOODMAN,
MARRIED.
jer, at t'oew'tfeocs of
Sfr. L. H. Hi ter. Moore c a;ity, bv R-r
H. MeQje-n. Mr. Joss.th C. BiHanaau t
Dobcas loPflan;i.
O -Uvhm- :7in. oy R v. T. F. Dtvis, Hr
J. F-.urivrra an i Mis rtfauy V. BrjT.
ow. ail of GaVoo coan.v.
IE.
IN -." iCO-'AT. ("PITCH. ,"0
e refjueiL oi B's i p Atk n
lin j- stioi'!il be '.ikfu up i
GIS3 ToTJItNAMSNT IS P(iT. Tli
g'o l pe 'e ot Saiatoj, t, Pitt Coatijy, t ; o
p. Si o have a gland touruauieut b..'. at
i'lt pVi'.1- on Fr day, 14 h uf November.
Tne address to tin; Kuife'ats wi 1 be de
l"vered by Caot. K. W. Joytier.
Tlio following marsbats, ma iage n, Sc.,
have been nuaounceii.
Ma shils. J. J. Bvnum, Cbipr, T. E.
Eail- o, E be t Belton, S. II. Ai'i,el;i'1.e,
F. J. Wo.. lard, Tbos. Felb n
Bal Managers. I. L. Sc.ui oas'i. S.
II Ajplewh'te, Cofeld Erne, E It
Owens. Reddick B.irius.
II ary Managers. U. E.i-js J.
J. By nam, B. W. Pae, Cupt. It. V. Jov
ier, F. J. Wuoditrd.
Judges. Alber: Farmer, Arthur "C.irnes,
Will a n x. Moore, F. V. B ari.es.
Teisure .N. d. Ow -ns, Jr.
S.HP ft fit. V f. .il. . I. T
- - ----- v 'iifitl Uil Ur3. i
Kales Dlsla(ice,71; imz, 0 second-, i
d'sr.iuce betweeu rin4. 25 ya:-.li; height
ol rings 8 te3t 6 inches; siZi 0f rings 2
i -rh 'S.
K-j'ghts from a distance are inr.te-1.
Litters of rccjaiiiien la'iou are remiiie.il
What has becumu nl ; h Imp O '!in;ii c
In regard io allowi; co - s r i; ai-: n
'U-i-t. ht ktiiLt V In -iic
CI e mtiti Mn-y nit
n -.in-e .hut ,'.-,iit:.b
CliLX'C
1 :. ( )ll..- ) t
i" 1 ' t'-lt CD'i"
a'U '. he lIctnphissi-'ir'ii'SM by ?h' pastor-,
of the i"i);.-e'!ri;-,i ctiiiic'.ies oi' tht St.t'e,
lee M"ne u me a unv-i r imii'-j-i j j
Sniv"?y, w .en : li i-- n of six-y ..lire A"'
1 ia.a and -ir -" e ce was reJiizt 1.
'ill's is co'is'nei".! "vry iberald )
n t:o i. eS;)ecia;.Jy ia v e v o.'i'iij i'.tct that a
co i-.id :'m n r. -put h-t shcadv bta
s iH . Jbed bv t tf c'.-ens of I'jrlx'ro.
Make money fat and honorab'y, $2 16
per day.or $75 per weektbv at once applv
tng for a territorial right, (which are gie i
froe t.p agen:), t8e!l the bet, strongest,
most useful, aud lapid selling Sewina
Mac'iiue, and Patent Button W rker, ever
n-ed or recommended by fumilies, or bnj
one (or your own use; it ia only $5. Sen
tree every where by express. Address for
pirticulara Jekihk B. Hud)s & Co., cor.
Green wicli & Cortland Su., N. T
li
e
he
M" -w cijn f. Oj'obe-- 13 l, V, .
'A1WB RlTTiJ W..'e of rii-'WJ i Rit
in thj u yair of her age. A'? o
Si'i r.l . ,V . El rwri.L, Rp'TiiR, agi
cO y.-j-s.
In ijjmi)e"ii.!, on th? 17tb Ht. IftC"-
vl.'srOH, dti iner of C-f) l K. J, -r.
G'abn, ag.-d 3 yari, il m)) h anu 19
Is
At Lu-niierton, on ' ;ie tC'U lt., Cni3i 'T
0 !i.rest cs:iii o M j. ra D. a- d
aLe Cu'.id-iry U-".lwin. aeel 6 ye.ir?.
Edgecombe B. & L A. S8' Ciation. The
reguiar monthly meeting of this associa
tion was held on S ilu'-day i-ight last, the
1st of NoTember. Money seemed to be
in more demand, and six (6) shares were
redeemed at an average of 23 per cent.
Five (5) shares were purchased by the
A-sociation a' $SS 00 per share.
This was done in accordance with
! 1'ile reanlntirtn ftiif AstrKi'atiou.
W) cis
i?J cis
Obstacles ot Marriage.
Hrpnv relief for yonng men fr m tha
effects of crro-s and abuses in early life
Manhood restored- impediments to mar
riage removed; new method of treatment;
jew f.nd remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars sent free in sealed envelopes
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, N
2 South Ninth t.. Philadelphia, Penn.
an Institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduct and professional .kill.
Pender & Jenkins
Dealers in
Chamber Sets of Furniture,
Bureaus, Mape and
WALNUT BEDSTEADS,
DINING AND TEA
T CL TD lOO,
CANDLE STANDS,
TOWEL iD HAT RICKS.
"OUR HOUSE."
J. L. C0K.ER.
0Ct9-tf PROPRIETOR.
oc'-l nVJ
TARBORO, N. C.
ChasUL Walsh,
MANtFACTLEER OF
Tomb Stones
STOftE TO LET
fiie 8 re crmerl" oeei'-iW Hv vrTTTT-
LOC.K. CO., diwHsAv Oiipo.. ,;. e. WtlUs'
Gwe v. viii ;je ,;f. C o i kWonab?j? teems
A 1,11 .O fi. Vi'VOck A l,o.. COiMPr o' ?lin
and ai-ieels, T.-o Front C'o.iina Honse.
Tai-boi-o. . C. "Mp4tf
1
Zi " V(l AND QV " TV,-S FOR SALC
.be FOCND'IY. (Jf,i-.. $55 per
se rihi ivv.vacied to .ie best 1.1 mc.rkei.
Ki-nsii vjeel srspaired Ji 'jpht W jf.iles.
sepll-2nt '.' r i".)o Ar. C.
Fi.sl Class IffsJaiuaiM.
!' j '.ij oo to sc ve out to n. en tun:rts pll
delieacii s of M:e weaso.i." 1 1 v. ill be n'v
purpose to buvo Pi rll iionn, bofh Phv rnd
AiRht, the l.eshes. OYSTF.ItS. MF.AT.&
the lugliest cash prices will be paid ier
Hides, Was, Shsep-SHns d Woo1.
Cnowing that I have cn hard a large s w;
girods eimal to those
ANYWHERE,
Ipskof ; be nublic a portion or their natrrm
ar?i. wbhtheassnraiirn that full sa is'l'aet ion
shall be given.
A. 13. ROANE.
Southerner Job O- o v We would again
call attention of ibe prV c f.e le.Ally 'o the
superior? i';'ceipe.'.aof o execi' ' a
Job o l i the .'-on,rHET:":R o.v"t?.
, vr. beon.te iv in a is' vie pr.r 1 .o the
Dost omces i-.ne cor - . e .es c low as
IV I i
iao lowest, .i.hj . ,i a pvo.n i on a
We assure iuv r,ifl . ; -, and b.'s-'aess
men iu f- -.o.- a . ..t ,,
l) ..'O ' 'P. '' M) ' n is Vj0
p .-;.'e' i , o o ... , (
uii'i- -. .. ii" ien i.i f j
et':'' o yon I " 'es ton '. v n
price . e.icoun , i-t e . i
iXEW FiUM
ISTEW )JD3 I !
AT R. H. AUSTIN & CO.'S OLD STAND Ml!
I have just returned from
pasawiasBaSBBaaaaaawawasaaaasnaaBaa
Ntw i ork, and am now open
ing my
Large And Carefully selected
STOCK OF GOODS,
Which I will Seli at the
SMALLE T PROF 1
sUaMMHMBMMMaVBVHBBaMBiaMaBM
I bought my goods for cash
aWMaVMaHMaMaMiBMBWMBMM
and will make it to the a 1 va
OP KVERY BESCRJPfloN
mmin v,r, it
SYCAMORE ; STREET,
j.ny21j PETERS BCRG. Ta
ESTABLISHED 1830.
KOBT. i. ma "nK". n il.-
R0BT. A. MUm CO.,
GROCERS AND
C O if MISSION A1ER C'BaNTS,
No. 2 Iron Ffonf.
Petersburg, Va.
DE TJGS
Dr. L. L. Staton's
DRUG STORE.
!! e.'li'mt 1 eiei I
1 i ;.ve ills- Rt'iii i.
am v beie.
O UIV I'llMlif kk i
EMfiA?.!
T A IIahdt, Jr
Ls.abli.shed 1823.
HAIIDY & BROTHERS,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
General Commission Merchants,
93 Smith's "Wharf,
BALTIMORE, Md.
T. A. HAKDY WM. C. HARDY
homas . Hardy & Sons,
General Commission and
FOB V A It DI NG MR R C II A NTS,
AND DEALERS I
PEBCVUN GUA0 Win OTHER
STANDARD FERTILIZERS,
H.irdy's Wnarf. N o rfolk, V
jauy 2-ly.
You w'-l f nd.
sor! ment of
a Tff 1 as-
Drugs,
PERSONAL" AT-
rention $5ven io J.hesrvleof Co'" To-
FAITHFUL
rention tjven
b. ceo. V7heai. Co- -i. Ac,
Ha. Oedei-K '"ef- "ov Goods rt J-ersonr.ble
prices lo- Osii soo.'t time 'o re-ionsible,
pnnci.'a cos oflueis. Jnb iC-ly
TERRELL fc JQltO.
HAVt 07ENE1 C" V: ST, NEAR THHrm'E
tage of buyers to give me a
call. . d . A LIN.
OcU-2ml Bacceseor to R. H. cmi A Co. uev i.)." c c .. e.
m d ...tue ruciDCCT nnv rnnneiu rniuu L. C. O'lifiREju
iii w, ink vnmi Ltii vni uwuug ill ivmii I
DISSOLUTION OF PARTXERSIIIP. !
A Family Grocery Store
whe'ethc '7;t' rv'vf.v '? 8l-t o .fch'beir
yend. anc' i .ie inollew . i Si'c 1 0 oce 'es as
Chemicals,
P?ien'' Medicines, &c.i
Paints,
;ors.
Window Glass,
PnMy & Dye Stuffs.
; n u'- "ir -, tf ire n'i tisfort
DISSOLUTION C0PARTXERSD1P.
The copflrtnership oT Phinife , iw;s .
Co s'b'stlfiy dissi-'vori bv r: i-'. consent.
All debts rlne Plunimc-. ..'jesvi'. A- C- must c
pp:'i to the un-h-reignee. V, O. LETI5
Tli? tint'e'-sisfie-1 br-ip- rarebasod tbo en
'iro in -pres. o' Pl.-. iraic . ot ii Co. m tbe
firm o f Piiim it . Le xif i- C". 1 1 1 eo i uie the
Hardware Business
at the old fciand, Teerc ), on Fropt. next door
to the Court House, Trrbc-.u. N. C- wlie e b
offers tte b.'-est -and best biiecled f'o?! of
Hanlivit.-s, .Stoves, pni Tmwpve ever oftrcd
in this mar'.et, and at tbe lowest prices.
lupi ;ig tae public fortnsvvpst favors, 1
respect uny sulicit a conliDna.'re" of x'-it hpnie.
cc.2-?t
G. T.
:ErariL.
10-ti
--a 1- r .- v; ,(: ;
men oi
PERFUMERY AND EXTRACT.
Hair, Nail & Tooth Fi-ifJrs & Codios
ev?rr ' ope,"-1 ii Ta:bov.
Liberal Induceme-jLta Ofiered
to Pracicia,- Physicians.
roc
Tarboro: Sen'. 23d, IP?
mftE COPABTOEB8H1P HITHERTO EX-
I istincr under tne name and stvle of K. H.
AUSt iN i vv. is tine day dissolved by mu
tual conseui.
PR EM I It! (Hfl00,
horning on the Mississippi :'
AM)
"&U1S9
onths 5'.e"':a5."
Mr. THO-. H. QATLTN hnviuv lM.l Ihr,
premises, will earrv on businsss at tbe old Vow S. V. Lewis, iblisbe' of YOUNG
UatlU Ol IU isle nriTl. 1 A J X av. u.iu, vuH,n;;v. I'.liuuil,,
V A nw !hinT T ftvr. V A mi" nf'nvplir I?
l?, m v I -l . - .
t t'i nub puruuw wi uibbidi: uu uur DnunoHi. ii bi-.-.,ii.A ft . . i .i:.. .va i u 1 1
id a-ockh, woiea, rc.t win De tepwnnui rur- tj yr,e vow? eo
The Old Established
TtRBOBO.
BAKERY
-AND-
p Tl I0DS
U; ;y eri ar re; a
-i.e. i leiuoval.
IJ 'ii'i !ii t.. .....i
lioi. A. V,. V :id .
b -l i i:t. It a
tiCiit. No ctitirge
u i I. ear be lecture of
I, ; t tl ( (' i rt House,
a i.re iiiie. celt a
' r udiuiiiai'ie.
Tarb iro Expbkss OfKioe A few weeks
since we showed, as an evidenee of the
properity of Tarb. n o, not vit'itan,!ini; tbe
s.trintiency of the times, that our town ws
! i" recond money f.rder ofllce in ti e Stiiie
Anot! a- proof of our go ahead ti voneis
p. opose toevidencn by the operstions of
the Exp i est office boie.
Putties visiting the jail a short lime
-ince. witnessed a desperate conflict for
rations between an iu-ane woman aud an
army of tats.
How ab tut that sheriff?
Cant yon give us the ! tail of the fight? I
Panot.a Q iq ins brinoh of the
State Parro 8 ol H ..-b tndry seems to be
in a ffoui'bi ;injr c -ndaion. A number
of members wer. iiii'ia:.-d ut ; he lust meet
ing Th- IH...KI n..I c-- bin fat nre of the
Grange is the dm, osi.-.en shown by the la- i atbirn p
dies t t j lu the or !u. ,
COMM CKICATED.
" Hon. E. E. Briber: --Tfrtvo
B.T 'chE, R.L.td Acc'dsn4;."
llr.. Ent-ott : S-nch is the title of an
arilt'e in tbe Tnrboro Enquire.- of Octo-
lr 2Gih, ia which tbe writer, "Justice,"
es exception to facts stated in your
paper of an earlier date.
It Ik a new and, to me, unexplored Celd
opnn which", now tiead, 1e the pnb'ie
pres,s ; bnt it seems l"mt Jvs''ce demands.
in behalf of yoar own valuable paper and
(he commamty at large a short refutation
of ihe facli in the communication of the
Enqaii-er.
It the first place, it is not denied fiat to
Mr. Brid-jer shou'd belong the credit of
beinj maialy fnitrnmental in the mau;in-
ra ion and construction of the branch road,
not onlv to Tarboro, bvi bt'ios '. Woi
witbstanding lb fact that ''t this time
lion. W. S. Ashe w,is President, and
Pres'i.ent Br'iders in no way was connect
ed with the main road," yet it is also an
nude iable fact that Mr. Eridgera, through
his inSnence, scared (he rad to Tar
boro and bt'iond, end'ng somewhere near
his plantation.
"Ja-tice" asks "Daes tt not occur to an
unprejudiced mind iat 'lie terminus was
as convenieut to oilier jdnntitions a3 (!;,
ofP.ej.ident Brid ers?'' Eiietly r.o, but
how niany of the ie "plantations" have re
cfcived the benefit of theW subsc I lioDi
only r o far as they could tl.rt in with t:
c .i sent over for the express purpise of
t.-ansportinu the cotton and other produce
ot President Brid.w?
The vc. il.r is prepared, by affldavi' ,
lo show thai almost every pian.er s.ib-
t?riber on tha othrr si.-l of t'-" river, ia j
published in ibe fltq iii-i . !., tbe j
war. bi-cH c!i? led . b-tt;' ei- ei ifn t-i
the Ts-.bori. depot, ttu'wi'l.s eillu' '!.t
vt-t made 'i'v on rfr'-it' j(
CHAIRS, ROCKERS,
MARBLE AND, PAINTED TOP WASH STANDS,
Tr undle Bedsteads,
CRADLES,
MATRASSES,
'.in. n avpi w in , . K
ther no ice in the same office or counting j jj ptc eve-'.), i a loo.. K .ciioe--. -J 5o ev A
room as hitherto, where one of the partners I q a0 e 'e.-n fo.ooo vea-.-o. onlv Vi '. L
mayoeiouna. a. At. Avaius &, uu. new spbsc "br-s .1 i cb' is oC i. test
mo's- C-e? ' biiccebs papc- to get up
oftbeclav. clubs for
Cash p izos composi.ioos P.-"-i'cr1 .-'-,
si)eciii)en nnui uers. l'rem em i it, ef .
Address. H. N. P. LEWIS, pub
iisher, Chicago, III.
gept. 7th, 1873.
aepll-4t
D4CT, HVJ11 &C0.,
GENERA!
Commission Merchants
i -. 1 4-- l'c;i . . siree .
NEW YORK.
mail" a own,
6EBERAL rOMHISSIOlT MEECTfARtB.
No. 47 Wide Watek : aitvT,
(Kear o" Cusinm i'-p.I
N'OHFOK. VA.
September 2(Sth ISfi v. T?-
New Jewelry Store.
NOTICE.
milE SIJBSCRIHER HAM PKR.
J- manently located in Tsrboro, and w?il P' wa?t'f eooTD "M-; w,lu
&ive his personal attention to the repairing ol ,n ae''V! " ''" LT,MTti Spar 'S1
T1,. wiiw- ,,i i, . near W. K. .-ugg's honse, three miles from
X1UD ff illCUC ylUIlL aiiU Sparta. locUMf K. L.. MOUKJS.
Jewelry.
Having 16 years prao tctl esnerience in tha
nnUl.c mat liAtm Pn h husmess ue guarantees good and efficient
" I work at moderate prices, am
Agents "Wanted.
Aft i cS O PER DVT. JEN, WO-
2aJ a DO men, Eovs a.id G' -'s n'iike
rices, and would mannrt. I monev ..oinlv ..eliinc Lit noooUi-a.ii. i-.r ea:J
fully solicit a share of the public patronage. I PICTURJSS. eiid s-'aiij) fov circn):..- nnd
wi'i ieeD consianity on nana a nne aeiao. terms vo aaeuis
'ion ot i (.talboun, ua.
rrait7e. Clocks, Jewelry, Solid Silver
Auih ess 8. E. PRREGAN,
oc ?-3t
AGENTS
WANTED.
that a pevr&rtU'-iit iyol ws lu'pf tip at tL
C01F0RTS, BL1MCTS, FLOOR, TABLE,
AND BUOGT
Carpeting, Druggets and Rugs.
Can furnish Walnut
Suits from &75 to
$350. o9-lm
Bryant, Stratton & Sadler,
THE LEADING INSTITUTION IN THE COUMTRY,
"jp ri.6 only Institution so.taining a
t'our of Popular Lcotares.vD4
Tb re sr.il'0 VA0AJIONS. Pit College
D'v.nmei-'s and splendid specimens of P.-n-la
iiith p. ricloso tv.-o postage stamps. Itefer-ouc-:
' hi pitrotis. Vf. H. SAOLKit,
if.pj'.ll v P-es'itnt
...e. 6 an d N CLarles Ba Umore.
and Plated Ware, Spectacles, de. IU. UUU
A It ARE CHASCR. f
six samples for tl. A
ply Co., Pittsbui-sjh, Pi
S500,000 a Month!
A HARE CHASCR. TaM oarticnlars free, or
at prices low as can be iarmsbadoywhere, I six samples for l. Aftti ess i-i.nan ?n Aup
ana every aracie guaranteed as represented I civ Co.. nitsous-qrn, ra. ocu-um.
v.ufi j vrj vKure yr uowute tfte price paiajor k
See Slf n of the Big Watch.
5wt door to the oJrl Grefforr Hotel oi
t n tinMvoi.
iXedpectialiy, -
JAMES H. BELL..
Refer to Caps. Win. Bwgs; H. D. Teal.
Qee. W. G. Lewis: Wm. Eatley; J. B. Cor.
fleld id v. t;. Ianier.
march 7-t' Varboro.N. a
HUSSEY BRO'S.
CABRIASE MlllFKTIliy.
TARBORO, X. i'.
10 TONS f
H..AQSrnlTE COALiast receved
BVd for sale by J. M. .PK.i.01 -
ocMia Aqext
JOHM t. AtSOP,
Enfield, N. C.
OTHSIEL AI.S P,
Tarboro, N. C
Ht.vi.va
New SI;
THFIB
JOHN T. ALS0P & BRO.,
Cash dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND
PROVISIONS,
(nt the old stand of R. B. Alsop,)
MAIN ST TAORO N. C
Coufectioucry.
JACOB WF.BER. Proprietor.
MAIN STREET.
Vo'H Est? i'H-'inf ' .o' ja.dly jt
new ? .ei'o. s f v t.iU iu : !'.
,.0 'P ' '. 'ii1:.- ' -
'.e Vo.i'p o of t ' isV
r'r,-..'.i r i t. c c . o .-p e every
ki.ri c
PURE FRESH CAKE
OHG Bi-T
Vi.SW AM) FRECU CODIES.
Ar-riet. .ortme r'
Ripe Fruits.
DISSOLTHOX.
Tbe Co-pi'-i ie s.. ".j t.jfo e-i .' gun
der tbe 1-n ?. s le of - c -, if aw
Tt n A Co. te a.' Inn tea t)V t - ee..ie ' o-i i'-bIsi
u' Julf li... VV. H. 'l y i.Ct':.
A. h. mm: I IN,
Norfolk, Tn., EELL70.T.
August F, 1873. J. K. WAt AE'1I
cOPAR'riERSHIP.
Tbe nni'i-sijrnei. Lsir Tj: 'cl)ased tl-e i"
terestofilr. A. S. Mari.i. ii tie late ccctr..
ot ''iv.ot, Martin & Co. vi" cotii'.'ue ihe
Hardware Business
In a'i its branches, under the stvle of
TATL0R, ELLIOTT, 4, WAITER .
They v.iU oceoov iiie' presen site 01 Com
merei I flow nnii' .ityc.i rebmli! .i-iro.
slote, jere.i.ly deiiioyed by fire, wti;ca tin..
O'-opuse to do iii-mediate. y. 2'i);-, et Jot ih-ve-y
h'xni pat:o.j.i'e be'etofore estende.
t'eer.i, they reaped fully tk a coi,.. 'nuance c
the ame, v.ith ibe pro eise andde ermine !"i
1.0 do tbeir Utmost to merit it.
W. H. TAYLOR,
T. E. ELLIOT f,
J. H. WATTERS.
Norfolk, Ti., Aagnst 8th, 1873. sl:8tr
"A CIIA5CE SELDOM OFFERED.'
In conseouence of leaving T-irboro e
I 1 ' . A;
uereuy uuer uur enure
Livery. Sale and Exchanqe
with a'l property connected therewith: alro,
Mail TJocte between Tirlxu-o f Greenville.
Par'ies desiring to buy will i.i.ile speedv t r
plic&tion, as 1. must be sold st once. "The
bnvPT is only reoeire-l to take aeh poition of
K)CK ana vuice., r is ni cei-cTV to carrv
on tbe Livtry S ail-v; and vervtljinr in
1'norough i-enun. lull information give a a
PEMOVED TO
s. near Main St reet, wht r.
tbey ave on b nd a large -toek of I Sir ct adhereno . U CA- enables ns tobny
T7T (Tl. TT?q i and at lowest ibices. Wa appt to tbe a titablo by undeisign-d.
. , - ' y . pe p.e. o consia tn.a iac , an ana . ns on nnvicRmrrR ncna
Uah it will ,i n v.rr n-- ml a. L,. , kU.. t . , . ,i.u, nun UUJUiaaUitt UJSUS.
UbJ .ms. jnelCtt) terat. vt94n J fat-il-tt
Dnily fpce'vei'. if.-'r er
Firs Class -'or"be .
Uer f . Spec f . . eo u i w
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Orders of Private Families
FOR
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ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND
BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Tlianks are returned the public for v!
intronagc, antl pomit-e given of futtir
rciptness and '-eiiabihty.
JACOB WEBER.
J-tf Opposite Old Gregory Hotel
3
HUSTT,
1
3S.,
Merchant Tailor,
NEXT DOOR TO
PENDER, GATL1N & CO
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