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CHARLES & BATTLE,
PQ3SEY BATTLE. - Editor.
TAHBORO'i I. C
friday, : : : Dec- 22, U76
Hon. E. J. Warren of Washington
and ex-Judge of Superior Court, died
at his home in that place on Wed
nesday Dec 8tb. He was regarded
ai one of the most learned jurists in
D. T. Corbin, a Vermont Carpet
bagger has been elected TJ. S. Senator
by the rump-radical Legislature in
South Carolina. His chances for
being seated are as slim as his c. b.
The Evening Review, edited and
proprieted by Josh T. James of Wil
mington is before us again after
lapse of some months. Its adver
tising columns are full, which speaks
well for its success. We wish it and
its popular proprietor all the prosperi
ty so richly merited.
Senator Merrimon of North Caro
lina is on the South Carolina Senate
investigating committee. We maj
look for an exhaustive minority re
port. Judge Merrimon is an able,
pains taking lawyer, and frauds can
not pass without a scathing rebuke
A Washington dispatch to the
Philadelphia "Timet says Senator
Jones of Nevada is reported as say
ing that he "would rather cut off his
right arm than sanction the Louisi
ana frauds." We still have hopeB
that enough republican Senators will
unite with the demociats in the Sen
ate to ensure Gov. Tilden the high
office to which he was honestly elec
irresiaent u-rant Bays "tnerc were
16,000 fraudulent votes cast for the
democrats in the last election in North
Carolina." To what "base usses we
Vv -a .- . . .
are come" when the President with
out the faintest scintilla of proof
thus utters a notorious slander,
Never mind, his nemesis is surely ap
proaching. His doom of infamy is
sealed, and whether it be Tilden, or
whether it be Haves, there will be
"none so poor to do him reverence.
Time was when any man who jilted
lady was impaled on the piercing
of public opinion denounced
anting in gallantry and honor.
thn TiPWRnnrvpra snpalr of Jamefl
" "-r-r -r
m Bennett, lilting the beautt-
f ul Uljg Hay 0f Baltimore, but leav
ing hethe costly presents. If mat
rimony ig a matter o'money, then
costly presents may compensate a
supposed lacerated bosom. But times
are changing and the landmarks of
our ancestors are lost sight of.
Belief for the East-
Our exchanges are calling upon
the people of the East to determine
on some plan of relief to lay before
the legislature upon its reassembling.
If this is not done the Raleigh Ob-
tener says "the natural inference will
be that the burdens of which we have
heard so much, in general terms,
are, after all not so very greivoua to
be borne." United action is being
taken bv prominent men in every
county. No county in the East has
been so cursed with misrule as Edge
nmi. t Tot tan imvers have been
gnawed to the "bone, and carpet bag
gers have grinned gleefully over it.
TTat nauners have cost enough to
clothe them in regal splendor, and
diet them on the brains of humming
birds and the tongues of nightingales
amounting in our county ia one year
to nearly $11,000. This is only on item
in the long list of intolerable burdens
put on the county by radical misrule.
And the same men and the same par
ty are in office now. If it is a possible
thing for the leopard to change his
spots, or the ethiopian his skin, then
we may look for reform without the
assistance of the legislature. But
can men be trusted who are afraid to
publish a statement of their of
ficial doings ? To the credit of these
snen be it said, they do not even
pretend that they will relieve us.
Then we say let this legislature cru
We want a change so as to afford
tax payers some voice in the manage
ment of county affairs. When figs
are gathered of thistles, then field
lands and their consorts and com
peers can make laws for property
holders and white men. The men
who have owned the land in Edge
combe from time immemorial, might
as well live in Kamschatka, so for as
influencing county affairs is concern-1
ed. The Southerner has expressed
its views on the subject. Nothing
remains but for the property holders
to devise some plan and present it to
We do not want the old county court
Any relief will be gladly received.
As the old lady in the story, we are
thankful for small favors and large
'ones in proportions.
Words of True Sound.
In an editorial of the 8th inst., we
took occasion to vent our view of the
true policy of Southern Democratic
leaders, and to denounce aa defama
tion the newspaper report that zcany
of them were lending an ear to over
tures from Gov. Hayes Ac. We then
said if they did go back on our North
ern allies, and consort with our tra-
ducers, slanderers and oppressors,
they would be "generals without brig
ades, and leaders, without a follow
ing." . Until our northern friends
have shown themselves unworthy of
our trust and companionship we will
follow whither so e'er they may lead.
The following editorial from the Rich
mond Whig is so well expressed and
conforms so entirely with our own
ideas, that we reproduce it.
We read with pain the statements
that come to us from Washington to
the effect that there is ' some bicker
ing and want of harmony among th
Democrats m Congress. This, if true,
is shameful. It is criminal. That
there should be some difference of
opinion as to the policy to be pursued
is most natural, but the situation
should b calmly considered and
quietly discussed: and after a con
clusion has been reached perfect unity
of action should; prevail. We might
differ, and probably would, with Mr,
Hewitt in many of the views he may
advance, but, remembering his rela
tions to the pstrty and to its great
head, our Prei;ident-elect. whose wis
dom, firmness, and discretion we all
nave good reason to conade in, we
should, witho it a murmur or a mo
ment' hesitation ccept his leader
ship and follow closely in the path he
may point ojat. The Southern mem
bera should 'bear in mind the respon
sibility, for the course that may finally
be pursued must rest with our North
ern allies, &ad they, therefore, should
be allowed to indicate the course the
sentiment of that section is prepared
to sustain. We of the South surren
dered the lead to them, most wisely.
at St. Louis. So far they have not
blundered. They have fairly won the
victory. Let us follow them to the
end, and i, at the final reckoning,
they fail to secure the fruit of their
success a1 - the polls by reason of their
want of n erve, or from any other cause
that they should be held responsible
for, then it will be time enough for us
to consider what action our interests
in the f i iture may require us to take.
We at 1jast will be prepared in that
event to indicate promptly the course
we shavil pursue. In the mean wnue
let us not be guilty of the folly of at
tempting to snatch the reins from the
hands of those we have commissioned
to piloL us to the end of this trip.
The siknee upon the exciting issues
of the canvass that has characterized
tLe Scruthern members upon the floor
of Congress is greatly to be com
mended, but they should remember
also the same prudence should con
trol their utterances elsewhere. Some
of them have been charged with re
profiching the Northern Democrats
because of their failure to turn a
gaiinst their own section in the late
sectional 'contest; and others again,
with having declared that the South
would not sustain the Northern Dem.
crats in Beeing the laws enforced.
We would be very sorry to believe
that one such simpleton had found
his way to Congress from the South,
and we do not credit the statement.
The South, we hava taken occasion
time and again to declare, is loyai to
the TTnirm thoroughly so. and we
believe the Southern representative
who intimates that the Conservative
and Democrats of the South will fail
tn V RtPT with their allies of the
North in upholding the Constitution
and in seeing the laws sniorcea, mis
represents his immediate constituents
and the sentiment of the Southern
rwoTle generally. The duty of all
Democrats and of patriots of all par
ties, North and South, is to ascertain
clearly the right, and then inflexibly
to stand by and sustain the laws with
out regard to the threats of traitors
and the howl of interested office
holder, and place-seekers.
It is all Radical bluster.
have not the least idea of trying it
on. We hare the law and the Con
stitution. Behind these, and in the
firm stern sense of the people to de
fend them, we are impregnably in-,
trenched. Only by armed force
and revolutionary violence can we
be assailed, Tilden has the ma
jority of votes, ZZe must be found
tnd declared elected, if all the votes
Are counted in the two Homes, if
either houoe rejects any, then no
candidate will be found elected by
undisputed votes. Then the right
of election will devolve on the
louse of Representatives. The
way of the law is clear. Some few
Radicals, whose heads are turned,
rage and threaten that their Senate
with proclaim for Hayes, and that
Grant and army will s?at him.
Luckily, for ttiSese foolish, mad peo
ple, such wicked talk falls short of
actual treason. They will have
the sens to keep clear of overt acts.
The talk will relieve their minds,
and give no troubh to seasihle peo
ple. This Government is not so
weak as to fall down before bluster
ing Radicalism. It is as Mr. Jef
ferson declared it to be, "the
strongest Government on earth; the
only Government in which every
man, at the call of the law, wjU rush
to the standard of the law, and meet
invasions of the public order as his
own personal concern.' The rep
resentatives of the people know
that, in defense of the law and of
the Constitution intrusted to them,
they will be backed by the whole
power of the people. Only the
most open treachery could propose
to them the desertion of their duty
and the amrender of their trust.
Mere cowardice woejd be incapa
ble of it. Sach excess of political
timidity is not in nature. But
neither their fidelity nor their
courage will ba put to any test.
Grant has no idea of trying the
virtue and patriotism of the Ameri
can people; and he has no army
that would follow him into any mad
treason against the country and the
The Southern Congressional Com
mittee! are unearthing fraud enough
ia South Carolina Florida and
ouiiiana, to damn forever the party
perpetrating it in the estimation of
the American people. Gcv. Wells,
president of the Returning Board
ia New Orleans has refused to ap
pear before the committee and
President Orton of the Union Tele
graph Company hat declined to furn
ish messages telegrams &c, sent by
Chandler to the Returning Board
in New Orleans. Chairman Morri -
eon of the Committee has laid the
matter of oontempt before congress,
which bodj has take measures to
vindicate its honor and mandates.
When these committees report,
showing up the knavery of the
count, the path for Tilden will be
smoothe and easy, backed by the
consent of the nation.
Gen. Barlow's latter on the
Florida "situation' has, convinced
many republicans of the unfairness
of the coaat in that state.
So we cheer our readers with the
contemplation, that the view is
clearer and the prospect more pro
pitions for Uncle Simmy.
Hon. S. J. Randall, of Pennsyl
vania, Speaker of the House is just
the man for the crisis, that will in
all likelihood burst upon that officer,
This is what the Richmond Whig
says of him.
'The key-note of his speech was the
announcement of his purpose to up
hold the dignity and rights of the
House under all circumstances. Mr,
Rrndall is known to be for a resolute
nolicv in the nrosent emergency and
r j x r w
this led to his selection.
We publish the views of
Craven County Committee, in
ier that our prominent men may
see whether they acquiesce in them,
individually we prefer a county
Jaige to be elected by the Legis-
iature with probate acd to a certain
flitent criminal jurisdiction. An
Edgecombe committee called a meet
ing on Tuesday, but if they resolv
ed on any thing, they have preserv
ed a mysterious reticence with re
gard to the matter. Perhaps they
are waiting for somebody else to dj
"First, then, for the management
cf county affairs, the undersigned
would recommend that three Justi
ces be appointed in each township
by the Governor, by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate
one of whom, at least, if possible
should not be of the sime pohtica
party with the Governor. Dividi
these justices mtotnree classes, so
that the term of one third of them
shall expire with the term of the
f1 T .... I T
uovernor. jjec me Justices, to
appointed, succeed to the powers
and functions of the Coyuty Com
Second. The undersigned would
recommend that the Township Jus-
uces do requires to elect one ot
their number Township Chairman:
and that these Chairmen three to
be a quorum shall constitute
County Court, with jurisdiction over
all matters of Probate, etc., and
such civil and criminal jurisdiction
as the General Assembly may think
advisable to relieve the pressure on
the bupenor Courts, meet out swift
punishment to offenders, and lessen
me expense ot tne county in sjp-
portinjj prisoners held to answer
The undersigned are confident
that such a system of County gov-
eminent is aumiraoiy adapted to
i i .
the people of the state; injuriously
affecting none, and yet, restoring
contentment and prosperity to many
wno are amictea with intolerable
burdens. It retains, in the judg
ment of the undersigned, the ad
vantages of the ante-bellum system,
while it discards its objectionable
features; as, for example, the un
limited number of Justices, and the
careless and irresponsible manner
of their appointment. It assimila
tes itself, too, to the existing system
enlarging, as it were, the num
ber of commissioners to just rep
resentative proportions and pro
duces so little derangement in de
tails, that the transition from one
system to the other will be scarcely
perceptible. It gives fair repre
sentation to both parties, and every
neighborhood, so that the voice of
none shall be stifled when their pro
perty is to be taxed, or their inter
ests affected. It secures the ap
pointment of honest and intelligent
men as Jas(jc.es; and then, in turn,
the best of these as members of the
I A. A J L r 1 1. ..
vjuuii. adu, oesiaes nu this, it
utilizes the vital forces of a com
munity, and dignifies the great body
of the people by raising them up to
a just conception ot the duties of
citizenship, and the high relations
they sustain to the body politic.
lne undersigned, in discharge of
the duty assigned them, and with
diffidence, considering the vital im-
Inortance of the subject, have thus,
With intentional brevity, excluding
nunor aotans, eobmitted the result
of their deliberation! to the atten
tion of the General Assemblr; and
they humbly pray, in behalf of
Craven county, the promptest ac
tion jn the premices, to the end that
a patient and patriotic people may
be freed from ills, whioU none can
kno, but those who bear them. '
Chas. C. Clark.
M. E. Manly,
Newborn, N. C, Deo. 18, 1876.
What ia to Becoaa of Grant
The disposition to bi made of
Grant is preplexing the brains of
the radicals. He is the white ele
phant, too severely on hand. Some
think the Illinois legislature will
send him to the Senate instead of
Logan, then the Senate will elect
him President of that body. The
patty is dead enough now without
any more hari-kari. So we scout
this story. Others think he is to
be made Secretary of War, as a
reward for putting IZayes in
provided he does it. This may be
held out as a glittering inducement
to "screw his courage up to the
sticking point. If Hayes gets in
he will never do this suicidal act.
So in any event, Grant will seek
the infamy whence he sprung.
Inheritors of vast wealth are proverbially
spendthrift. Th golden ore is dug from
tho mine, refined, and coined, by the labor
of other hands and the sweat of other brows.
Like children playing with an expensive toy,
they can form no just estimate of its value.
When tha donor weighed it, he cast into the
balance do many days of. unremitting and
fatiguing toil, so many .aaxlous and sleet-
less nitrhts. so much eelf-denial, and so
much care. But tbe inheritor into his ba
lance throws tnly pleasure. The one, val
ues it by what it cost hi in; the other, fr
what it will purchase. Like the prodigal
ia the Scripture parable, he thoughtlessly
expends it to eratify tbe caprice and crav
iocs of his nature. Then comes the last
scene the misery, the remorse, and the
long and wearisome journey back to the
honsa of frnsal industrv. But there are
other Drodiaals. On her favorites our boun
Mature, has ravished her rich
est treasure health. Hat the prodigal vni-
;t linhtlr fur it cost him nauzbt, and
rAVlssTv sn'uanders it in riotous living
D..r.f ,.!anr nhxcnres future want. Soon
A 1 . DV 1. . I' - -
the last scene, we see
him helDless, impoverished the rich treas
f hndv and mind all lost. in misery
and despair. Kemorseful Conscienea holds
.-,. i Um mirror of memory. In his
own reckless folly he perceives the cause of
his present pain. He resolves 10 reiuru.
Th ifiurnev is Ioti2 ami tedious, but if he
perseveringly follows the right road, he will
at lenghth see the uaven of his hopes in the
distance, and Nature, seeing her invalid afar
off. will come out to meet liuu. and receive
him back with jr and b!esainz. To find
the right road homeward, the suffering prod
isal should read "The People's Common
8ense Medical Adviser." Therein it is com
pletely mapped out, its landmarks all indi
cated and iu milestones all numbered. Head
it. Price 81.50 Iptage prepaid. Adlress
the author and publisher, . V. 1'ikkck, M
D., Buffalo, N. V.
rpHE Friends and Patrons of the underslgn-
x. ed are nereny informed tlift be will not
be at the store of XIr. W. a. Clark longer tuan
tne Hrst of January next, lie will be pleas
ed to see them where he locates which will
be made known by that lime.
fc Dec. 22 - at. K. WHITEHURST.
fNK of my thorough bred Pointers, 16
V months old, fine size, handsome, and el
egantly trained for birds. Will back stand,
I ana retrieve pcriectiy. Address
Dec. 23.-St. B. B. PCLLKN.
rt'Liwiiua win te maae to the pres-
.ent General Assembly tor au act of incor
poration lor lurooro Hook and Ladder Com
pany Ho. 1. JOHN V. COTTEN,
Dec. 13.-lm. Foreman.
"mjOTICE is hereby given the public that I
ll have pujehased the entire interest of J.
CI. Bulluck in the Haruboro Mill and am pre
pared to fill orders for all varieties of lumber
at short notice. All orders will be adddress-
ed to JOSEPH O'BERRY,
Dpc. 22,-'70. Hartsboro, N. C.
TIIE Spring session will open .Tan'y 8th,
S77. A few i:ood boys can find board
with the teacher at Sl2.r0 per month. Tui
tion and board haif iu advance. For lurtber
information refer to
FRANK S. WILKINSON,
Dec. 4,-6-4t. Principal.
13 hereby given tbat;e txt Session of
the Legislature of Xorth Carolina, appli
cation will le made for the incorporation of
Kepiton Kncampment No 13. (I. O. O. F.,) of
Dec. 15, 1678. lm.
MebanesviUe, N. C
rHI. 186th session begins 10th Janusry,
. ti. Board and in tion KKUUt:KIJ to
130. For circular, aDolv to
Dec. 15. 4t. MAJ. R. BINGHAM.
ANOTHER CHRISTMAS is near at hand,
and I have made preparation "A3 USU
AL," to supply Old '-SANTA CLAUS" with
all the TO r a and good things, he may need
for his childi en, both younaand old. and I
snure yon it will be a pleasure to wait noon.
and '-SUPPLY" the wants of manv.
Confectionaries, Cigars. Tobacco. Fruit?.
xc lor saie oy . J. m. BfKAUINS.
Uec. 15, 1 70. 2w.
'HE long desideratora of Tarboro has
been supplied. At last a First Class Ar
Ir-. Joliti TP. Engle,
has settled in Tarboro, and is prepared t3 ex
ecute worn ei an sorts and varieties. Pic
tures of any size, in
Ink or Water Colors,
can be obtained
Also OUT DOOR fORK
His work has never
iauea to give entire
Call and see Specimens.
Oflice on Main Street, opposite Court
n"se, JUbliN Jr. JE.JMULE.
Dec. 1,1876. . 3m
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.
3d Ifowrry, N. Y., and
ioio tiietnul Street.
to whom was awarded
The Premium Medal
for the best elastic truss and supporter at the
wai session oi tne
Great American Institute Fair.
Cure rupture in from thirty to ninety d:ivs
uuei iuw iur b case tncy cannot cure.
They emploj a
First Class Lady Surgeon.
Terms moderate. Cn rest o-imrimtftoil
ders filled by mall or Ernrea. enmitn..
free. The usual discount to patrons. Send
icu ueuts mr a ae3criptlve book to
i roi. w. W. BURNHAM, M. D.,
. d- Please sav where vmi mm ihi. -.i
vertisement. ' . "
Tbe Doctor' TJnioii.
At a meeting of the Physicians of Rocky
Mount and vicinity held at Rocky Mount
on 6th December. Dr. W. B. Ricks was
called upon to preside and Dr. F. J, Thorp
requested to act as Secretary.
The following resolutions were adopted :
Whereas, We, the undersigned, Physi
cians, of Edgecombe and Nash not knowing
any law by which we are enab!d to collect
our fees for the years 1875 and 1870 now
due, have resolved, for our mutual benefit
to establish a "black list;" the said ' black
list" to be composed of the names of all
those persons, without regard to sex, color,
or influence, who do not pa y fieir medical
accounts by January 1st 1877 or secure the
settlement of the same to the satisfaction of
the physician or physicians to whom the
said accounts are due.
Resolved that we will not allow tbe name
of any person to be stricken from said ' black
list" until the person has paid his or her
Medical account or accounts or secured the
settlement of the same to the satisfaction of
the physician or physicians to whom the
said accountf are due.
Retolved that we will not prescribe for, or
visit professionally, for love nor money, any
person whose name appears on said "black
list" unless it be a case of charity and so
recognized by the physician who caused
the name to be put on said "black list.
Resolved that we will willingly and cheer
fully give our services and attention to all
cases of real charity in this section who need
Resolved that we do cordiaily invite any
physician in this section who may desiie to
do so, to sign these resolutions with us.
Resolved Ih&t we cause these resolutions to
be published three times in the local columns
of the Rocky Mount Mail and Tarboro South
erner. W. B. HICKS,
II. II. THORP,
H. C. TILLER Y,
T. C. POWELL,
11. A. SILLS.
F. J. TIIORI.
Dec. 8, 1876. St.
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BATTLE, BUM & CO.,
iu rui.n i, (Viwatnmey's Building,)
P. O. Box 53G. NOH.P'OT.Tr VA .
Bashing aud Ties furnished Dartiea who in
and consigning their Cotton to us.
lioerai casii advances made on shipments
Aug. 11, 1876. iy
s and SniT eyorfc
I will open an office for En-incim:;" r,ud
Surveying in Tarboro on s.'ntmhw !
when I will be prepared to do anv woi-k- i.,'
my profession for tbe citizens of Edgecombe
and adjacent counties.
Having had eight years ir-actieul pvnnrlmw
in my profession. I can nromisH :w.ir-nr.
satisfactory work For any further iutonii
tion, call at the oiilo of s. ,s. N'ash A Co
UKNKY If. vamIi i-i
Tarboro . Ausr. 4. 1S7(J. t f '
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
iiear the Bridge,
1 H. XT Gr Cr
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SbC, SrO., &cC.
Next door to Mrs, Fender' Holoi,
TARBORO N.C, "" ' '
1TEW GOODS !
MR. ISAAC RUfiD
fl AS just returned from thu Northern mar-
M.M. kets, where
Goods, bought a!
and will be sold at the
HE HAS NOW IN STOCK A
SPLENDID LINE OF
to purchase which he wi'l oiTcr lar
mcnts to the public. Also Jul
of .Ladies aud (ients
Boots & Shoes,
ant ever3- tiling usually kept in a
perfect a-nl e05i;.':-te ii:
All these Goods Will lo sold iu
Suit tiie ITiiiies
Clark's 0. N. T. Cotton,
(best for luacliiue anil liaml) WLUe, iI
4 SPOOLS AT 25 CENTS.
Main St. Opposite Maenair's llrtu: tor
Tarboro, Ocl. 27, 1"-7:J. "n:
E. 1) BAKNES !
troi.8 th-it he. h:i9 re
to l;is T.1
)v, i 1, Lis ofik-e
iv ! on r 1),-.
over Morris it B-os., t
j, L. S. atoii's l)ru SSir
House, wiicre Lo would li
frieuds, and us lu uij' new
pleased to call.
Dec. 1, l?7i.
'. oi-poMl:; (.nan
t si'i! his oIVJ
ones as would ! e
1-MB M SALE !
EING euae.l in other bii-iness I i
my tract of land lyinjjf on t lie r-ou;h
oi x.iuiiieo iivcrui iue liimuu oi ciiocowin
ity Bay, about lour and one half miles below
the town of Washington, cont:iini!i .six hun
dred acres or iuiie, about ciihry or "lincty
acres cleared (but has not been cnltivated for
the past three years and lias irrou a u; some
what ;) clay, suii so;i with marl !eiis, land
hijrh, and requires but very little drainage,
and susccptit.lo of a hio-li s'ifo of cultivation.
there is a two story ilwel'.L
on ilie premises,
partly completed on tii-: ins' lo wuu a l the
necessary on biuldiujis. (Joed vt i-ie beach
for Spring aud Summer lli-hin. Aliout 200
bb!s., Turpentine can be made" on the land.
It is well timbered; timber easy to get to
water ; splendid opportunity for cuttiujr pine
and other woods for the Northern market
and this market, :ui-l v.-i-.uiu4 hours of Nor
folk by ste:i;n '.... u.
A'ould wre.c- to sell oa half to 8-m arood
farmer wi.o will takt; the place iu hand and
cultivate to I est advantage lor lo:h patties.
rendar v.-'a-'l assistance I cm, or vf,!
srJ! the wLo'c tract, it" desired, :;t a liberal
pace, ml : -n. tr :i i!ress the tu -criber, at
actli:. ku, c rtt Ciiroliua.
U. li. VVillTiiOAK.
Iv;. S'! :t7o
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS 1
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS 1
NEW GOODS, KEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS !
FOR FALL AXD WINTER
TOR FALL AND WINTER
FOU FALL AND WINTER
FOtt FALL AND WINTER
FOLl FALL AND WINTER
AT L. HEILBRONER & liliO'S,
AT L. HEILBRONER & BRO S,
AT L. HEILBRONER & ERO S.
AT L. HEILBRONER & BHD'S,
AT L. HEILBRONER & ERO S,
CALL AXD EXAMINE
CALL AXD EXAMINE
CALL AND EXAMINE
CALL AND EXVAilNE
CALL AND EX.. MINE
OUR flirs AND OVERCOS.
OUR SUITS A i 1) OVERCOATS.
OUR H iTI i s an D OVERCO VTS
OUK Sirj '' AND OVERCOATS.
OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
larboro, Se:t. 8. 1876
Can't bo made fy every agc-nt
very month in the bushies' wr.
Imt those willinsr to work ea;i e.iilr
earn a dozen dollars :
a day ii,-fjt in Their own
localities Have, no room to explain h-re.
Business plv5iint and honoi abie. Womea
and hoys and trirls do as well as men. 'e
will turnisa you a comptctc Oat lis free. Tl;e
hnsiness pays hetter than anything else. We
will hear expono of starting you. Particu
lars free. Write arid sec. Pinners ai:d me
chanics, their sons a:id d uii;ii;e-s, and ail
classes in need of jiayintr work at home,
should writo to us and 1 arn a!! a'xiiitibe
work at once. Now is the tiiuy Don't de
lay. Address TRUE & CO., Aa-usta. Maine.
? i -
JI. BROWN has removed
in rear of tbf Court llo-isr-.
order any varirtv or
any vari"tv or quality f
HARNESS, SADDLES OR BRIDLES
Horse SitUJids mil Itoirts,
loll Will lltiU :it
;s c'Hk' bo pur
' b v
HQ3 Harness and iili kiii'
(Old Post Office Building.)
slock nnri y
iture ever offered for sale in Tarboro.
Marble Top Walnut Bureaus
and Washstands, Bureaus, Candle
Stands, Washstands. Walnut
Bedsteads and Painted Cham
ber Suits, Working and
Racks, Double and Single Mattresses
arpoting, Oil Cloth, Mats, Rugs Tin
Safes, Sideboard Safes, House
A. Ct I
! ai.i:o::o', N. C, Nov.
-- Civil Iji, U . J-'j O V
ft i 3 i
unnoiinciiiir tho re-
cc)tion of my now
I beg to call attention
to my stock of
any propose to ga-
i dress oi
goods, within the next Thirty D:iy?,
any single pattern tlieymty select
from the new Catalogue of
A full lino oi
ways on hand.
Tarboro N. C
i.-ifso j interns h i- i
Call and 'ot
Oct. 13;!i ISTiJ.
T 13 Si E
Waits o'i a
till Ini-tiiui ion wa r. -.
tt'd hy ihu Lei;:s!a;uie ofi";
cation"! piirtioces in l.jtj-i .,v
'l,'"t!:i. c, ;'t) which li ! is .,
' .i d
u i (..
NunitK-r iinwa-irs w i 1 t ,.;,
. ue s-e.u-o.l oi 13
Onh Mfi.l) Tic,
ti at vJi
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, 00 I
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9 Approzirnation Pi iv-s
of '0- -.
J Approxiiu.-iitm Prists of lut-
iVi1,'! Cireuiar or s-Bd orders to A!. I.
T. HOWARD, New Orleans, La.
The Fir..t lleauJar Qnarteriy Dollar t)r:.w
in? will take place on January 2, 1S77. Tick
ets Jl each. Capital Prize $13,000. lm
OK Extra Fine Mixed
At3 10 etc., post-paid.
Nassau, N. Y.
Cards, with name,
L. Joues & Co.,
'4vW 3 J Ul j j
-'in"-s. Sa il
SmliSle Cloths, Dr an
i n v
variety of Furn
be your own judge 1 !
W 7 ij
;?all OalicGss, Kid
es ana blip
5 rv a
I mum b
NO W M ANU fACTfK INbl,
est quality, for the home
COTrOKPLOV LINES, all sizes
HEAVY i-i SHEETING.
Orders from proraid ciist!'".- Plkd without
TERMS :-Net eab, within thirlj inya.
CATTLE & SOS,
V Roe'xy Monet, 6'. V.
JESSE BULLOCK, OF ROCKT
Mred to hii !iinli the
VJ i. A V i .M
In tho L-u ri.es;.
i ON 2 DOLLAR
Prsv intr, ; t New
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Umm STATc LOTTEHY COMPANY
f ;'s l-isiUnti-?- n.- eul.. i- 'n, ated
' v :ao Le-. '. i! '.i.-i oi' ihe titaa- for'K.in'-i.
;-rv;' pii.i. o ii. with a C.v.'ljI ia ri.
O' it.CO'l. to which it bus eitire sdu i rc -.'rye
U.:-. of f -..-Of f. Itstaud Slutio Nuutlwr
i-..i.i.C will tak p;.- c monthly. Ti..; .-i
so.) ,,f , up. ns with ti c following ;ie::ij
. CAPITAL I'il-ZK, 13,000.
I Prize ? 10 I.OQ. n Priz? i .'.,'H O
Prii.-.-, Amou M-.mr to f 'U5,.W3."
100, XX) 1 1C1CLT3 AT
Writi: for cireuiars or t-nd fade, i to
L'Jf T, II-JWAHi), Vctv (ir.oans, Li.
Or j o M. 1. fwdiirfir, 15V Maiu St., Norfolk,
' 1: FOUL ' n QCAP.Tr.r.LY DP.AWiN't; on
FH.rt.rir t, 1S7T. 'iie.n 510 c.:-:i. 1'ap:-
t;i i'liz-i $.A.,0Xt. dce.S-La.
Laqer Beer k Wine
rrr.EPs constantly o. hand all
Es. the Fine WINES and HQ'JOHS, TO
UACCO and CiOARS, oj positc Adms' Ho-
Oct. 8, 1875.-tt
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