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E. R. STAMPS,
FRIDAY. : : : FEBRUARY 20, 1874
Gib" Mesrt. Walker, Taylor A Co., Adver
'Inir Agput.f, Baltimore, are sole agents for
Tnr F.NQriKEB iu ihut city. Our paper may
to found on file at their office, 1! West Bal
Every body will bj glad to learn
that our General Assembly has ad
journecl, and that it is the law now
for it to hold only biennial sessions,
fur all parties and people had grown
tired of reading its hcal legislation
and roalizin? the tax it was upon the
To let the above paragraph stand
alone would work an injustice in a
measure to the Legislature and fail to
express onr entire view of their work.
That Ave looked forward to the meet
ing of this Assembly with high an
ticipations, and that we have been to
a considerable extent disappointed in
the practical benefits accruing to the
State from its operation, is surely
true, but that it has been out of the
power ot that body to remedy some
of the impending evils, is also true.
For instance, the most important
matter for the consideration of the
Legislature was the adjustment of
the State debt. All felt, that if some-
thin could be done to relieve the
people of this Jincuinbus, it would
inaugurate anew era of material pros
perity in North Carolina, yet it was
a matter beyond the power of legisla
tive control. So also the matter of
consolidation. It would doubtless
have been better for the State at large
if it could have been consumated, but
it involved vested rights of individu
als which could not be touched.
Thus while we tire ready to excuse
from the performance of impossibili
ties, we complain that it should have
taken our Legislature so long to find
out that it could do nothing, and that
it should have wasted so much time
in petty concerns.
The greatest blunder of the past
Legislature, however, and a shame to
it, is the manner in which the people
were defrauded of their choice for U.
The following scene took place in
the House of Representation last
Monday. We give it as telegraphed
by the Associated Press company
Mr. Waddell is faulty in the back
pay question, but is justly proud of
tho history of his good old state.
In the House Kelly, of Pennsyl
vania, offered a resolution that mem
i ers of the House and Senate will
:-scmble iu Carpenter's hall, Phil
.'lelphia, on Monday, the 6th of
-ptember, 1 v74, in centennial com
mraoration of tho assembling of
; delegates from the several colo
3 and provinces of North America
:: Monday, the 5th of September,
i 7 74 , and that the Speaker of the
' ' - use ba invited to preside over the
: --oiing, and Yico President Wilson
i requested to deliver an address
-.v'Topriatedto the occasion.
A: tor remarks in support of the
lution, Kelly yielded the floor to
A . ldeil, of Xorth Carolina, refer
: .: z, to him as the descendant of one
A .-e bones rested m the old Men-
: : A to churchyard at Germantown,
iviag fallen at tho head of troops
: South of the Potomac.
" ' r. WadJell made a suitable acknow-.-ment
of Kelley's politeness and
i.:esy, sustained the resolution in
-:. 'cell, ia which he alluded to the
; ;. '.ruble history of North Carolina
:.e war of the resolution, and in
: 0-reat political events preceding
; trticularizing tho destruction of
-tamps openly and publicly long
re the throwing of the tea into
:- iiardor of Boston by men wearing
':"2'"ises, and referring to theoriginal
' iration of independence drawn up
Aecklenburg connty, N. C. He
;d up by saying, lot Congress,
, on tho Gth of September next
'- in joint convention in that
ruble ball, and let the orator ol
.ccasion speak with a healing
- r, a power which will arouse
Numbering spirit of former days,
h will revive a faltering faith
i unseal oneo more that fountain
. so waters, however hidden or
' 'ructcd, stiil well up perpetually
very true American heart. A
on to suspend the rules and pass
: K.'solution did not receive the
s'ny two-thirds vote, and the
iutiuu was subsequently referred
- . Seiuet Committee on Centennial
bill was passed by our Legis
..re, just before the close of its
-sion, requiring an election to be
r -;1 in finy townships, when one
" ith of the voters petetioned to that
Act, to submit the question to the
ilified voters as to whether there
-'.all h:i sprituous liquors sold
.thin said, township It is believed
hat this bill will work great gcod in
i, -.any cjiumuaitiej throughout the
The lialoiglt Examiner ia making
uarcoal sketches of the colored mem
bers of the Legislature.
;'!-v'..-;jv V staff.
THE PROSTRATE STATE
If there is anything ia tho present
political state of affairs that should
elicit our deepest interest and our
warmest sympathy, more than the
general decrepitation and degeneracy
of Southern society, it ia the prostrate
condition of our sister south of us.
Settled by a brav and chivalrie peo
ple, acoustomsd to the refinement of
the highest civilization, the mother of
Gadsden, the Eutledges, of Lynch, of
Marion, of Calhoun, and a host of
others that have added luster to the j
fame of the American nation, she
now sits in the ashes of humiliation,
preyed upon by dishonest polititions,
ruled by her slaves, insulted and
scoffed at, and so poor that thero are
none found to do her reverense.
What a sight ! What a commentary
on the wisdom of Reconstruction !
At a meeting of the Tax-payers
Convention, held in Columbia last
Tuesday, it was asserted, that whilo
taxable property had declined from
$500,000,0(0 to $175,000,000 the
taxes had risen from $400,000 to over
two and a half millions. The people
are virtually required to pay twenty
times as much as before the war ; the
bonded debt is trebled ; the amount
of floating debt is unknown ; the leg
islative expense? have risen from
$40,000 to $300,000, and the public
printing from 5,0?0 to $330,000.
In view of this state of affairs, and
the absolute impossibility of the tax
payers to get relief in the state on
account of the tax-makers being in
no way concerned ia tax-paying, the
convention calls upon the national
government and the American people
for their influence against the preva
lent grievances. How have the
mighty fallen ! and to what a pass of
degredation have we come when the
wealth, virtue and intelligence of a
sovereign state has to appeal to the
general government for protection
against the vice and brutality of a
majority of its citizens.
THG SCATTERED PEOPLE.
Such was the theme of a lecture
delivered by Gov. Vance in Balti
more last Friday niht. Our rco"
pie can bat feel gratified at the
handsome reception given their
beloved fellow statesman, and enjoy
an honest pride in the high tribute
paid by a truehearted and cultiva
ted people to one of the purest and
noblest patriots and most remark-,
able and illustrious orators of the
nation. The address is spoken of
by the press as in every respect
admirable, the Baltimore S'?i hav
ing published a report which we
hope to lay before our readers in
We never hear of the estimation
in which Gov. Vance is held abroad,
without thinking of the disgraceful
manner in which he was cheated out
of the position, for which the people
of his State preferred him above all
The newspapers of New Hampshire
are in a groat quandry over the unu
sual fjuietnea of tho Stito rnmnnion
tl.. l, i I,- ,. ! has been discovered to the tierpetrater
lnere nave been no public meetings . 1 1
. j . . I of the misdeed,
on either siae, ana the most diligent
search has failed to discover anj en- j The most ''"ginal phase of Eoc'.ety
thusiasm. The Lebanon Free Press 1;fo ia Washington is the card an
(Rep.) says there is out-spokea dis- nounceinent of birth. One of these
satisfaction on both sides, and thus j
strives to instil a little energy into !
its own party : " One thing is sure, if
the Republicans expect to win, they
muse Destir tnemseives. mere is
much work to be done, and but a
short time in which to do it. Noth
ing will bn gained by concealing the
il j- it 1 .
During the month of March next a
special number of The SocTH,devoted
exclusively to the State of North
Carolina, will be issued. The object
of said issue will be to present as far
as can be comprised within the lim
its of a single number of tho paper an
exhibit of the State in all its aspects,
historical, agricultural, geological,
industrial and social.
We publish on the first page of
this issue an account of the temper
ance whirlwind in the Northwest.
We believe that drunkenness is the
great bane of society and all lawful
efforts should be mads to arrest it,
but by no such fanatical measures
as are adopted in Ohio and parts of
A bill has passed our Legislature
increasing the jurisdiction of Justices
of the Peace. We have not yet seen
a copy of the bill and hence refrain
from comment, farther than saying
that with such jften filling the im
portant office of Justice ag w3 now
have we should bo very careful how
wo put power ia their hands.
The Emperor of Russia visits Eng
land next April.
The new Senator from Mississippi,
Pease, negro, has taken his seat.
Disraeli will have a respectable
working majority in the new Parlia
ment. It is now settled that Gen. How
ard is to be tried by a Military Com
mission. lion. Alexander H. Stephens is
quite ill at his rooma with pneuralgia
of the kidneys.
The U. S. Senate on Friday last
came near reaching the expansion
resolution of Senator Msbkiuo.
A rumor "is current that simul
taatous upon that resignation from
the ministry Gladstone will bo created
A new weekly paper called the
Jim and Eliza Journal, has been started
in Mississippi. Jim and Eliza are
the editor and wife.
The Massachusetts House of Rep
resentatives has rescinded the resolu- j
tions of 1872 censuring Sumner by a j
vote of 118 to 49.
TI.q ilnlmnia nanora anv til fit the
KQIlfa MpOQ aAana
j the planters who will not raise their
own supplies of corn.
In Washington thero are 1,000 en
listed men emph yed as servants
about houses of officials, notwith
standing more troops are needed to
defend the Indian frontier.
Gov. Kemper has pardoned Page
McCarty, who was sentenced to con- j
fmement for fighting a duel. The ! ced in this country t would be look
physicians certify that further con- j 6(1 uPon ac1 commented upon abroad
,, , , . , i as the evils arising from tree govern
finenient would be fatal. j . j . " t. i
Tue Grangers of Virginia are pre
paring to "go for" the canine race in
that State. The dog is to be voted a
nuisance by the Legislature, he hav-
iusr become antagonistic to the
growth of wool in that State.
Mr. Brownlow, Senator from Ten
nessee, opposes the mixed school
feature of the civil rights bill and
thinks it calculated to destroy free
schools in the South. He advises the
colored people to tell Congress that
they do not wish mixed schools.
At St. Louis, the National Grauge
report on transportation, after partial
discussion, was withdrawn on the
giound of being not general enough
in character. The matter lies over
until next meeting. The Grange then
adjourned to meet in Charleston in
It is reported that the band be
tween Chang and Eng has been
operated on and that a report will be
made to the College Surgeons on
Wednesday next. It is almost im
possible to get a clue to the proceed
ings, as they are being conducted
with the greatest secrecy.
The South Carolina press is earnest
in advocating a memorial by the ap
proaching Tax-Payers' Convention,
addressed to Congress and the North
ern Legislatures, setting forth the
true condition of affairs in that pros-
trate State. They ask not for Fed
eral interference, but for sympathy.
The Women's Temperance move
ment is under headway in Brooklyn
and a committee was appointed
yesterday to importune the Legislature
for amendments to the excise law.
Superintendent of the South-side and
Long Island railroad has been re
quested to issue orders refusing to
receive as freight intoxicating liquors.
The vault of the First National
Pank, at Quincy, 111., was robbed on
the night of the 12th of about $100,
000 in currency, besides a quantity
of bonds and valuable papers, and a
large amount of special deposits.
The burglar cut through three feet of
solid masonry and the safes were
! burst open with powder. No clue
tinv cards is aQ infinitesimal drab-
coore affiir, with a small rabbit's
head and ear8 W tbe flaP of the rn-
TeloPe ani a corresponding one in-
side at tho top of the bit of a sheet
maiung tno announcement, it reads :
Compliments of Mr and Mrs.
Dlank and son, February 5 p. m."
Tho Havana rnrroqmmdAn nf tha
J.nO tiavana Correspondence Ot the
New York Tribune represents tho con-
c tf A r ,
dltion ol aflairs in Cuba as Utterly
disorganized and chaotic, and the
ffiplintrnf tlio nonr.la no
The supcess of the insurgents in tho
inteiior, accompanied by the dis-
couraging reports from Spain, have
demoralized the rulers and disheart
ened the Spanish residents. Every
thin g seems to point to the eventual
success of the insurrection.
Address Gflfca National Orange.
The Baltimore Gazette referring to
the address of the National Orange,
" The address of the National
Grange, convened at St. Louis, pub
lished yesterday in our columns, is a
remarkably strong document. It is
quite singular in a fashion in which
it should not be singular it contains
very little chaff and a great deal of
wheat. It is noticeable for its com
mon senea. Th9 tone is familiar,
while dignified, and is that of a body
conscious of its strength. It "gnores
politics, but politicians had better
keep out of its way. It is going to
be a power. It is going to hold the
balance in the next Presidential elec
tion. It has already partially revol
utionized the West both industrially
and politically. What we are rejoiced
to soe is that' the address is without
sectional jealousy or one word that
can wound. Its advice to the South
was drawn up by Southern men, and
heartily endorsed by every member
of the order. It sets forth as the
true policy of the South just wha
every friend of that section has been
urging upon it for years, and yet the
South itself has been too dull to
received it. Raise home crops, not
exclusively ccttpn, but corn, wheat,
potatoes : feed hogs and cattle of ail
kinds; raise poultry where the ne
groes will allow it, and be free from
dependence on others."
The New York Tribune thus speake j
of the same resolutions; j
" The declaration of principles put j
lorth by the .National Ltrange, at ot.
Louis, is certainly a striking and
able document- The aims and ob
jects of the Patrons of Husbandry!" as
therein stated, are designed to har-
monize capitaT and labor, promote
t e greatest good of the greatest
number, and clothe the brotherhood
with all the elements of the highest
manhood and citizenship. If the
Grangers will live up to this admir
able declaration, they will confer a
lasting benefit on the whole country.
An exchange makes tho following
obseivaticn on tl e
The riotous demonstrations so often
exhibited in England during the elec
tions in that country appears rot to
be confined particularly to one poli
tical party, but are conmon to both
Liberals and Conservatives. These
disgraceful scenes do not by any
means show that respect for the law
or regard for the public decency
of which John Bull so loquaciously
boasts when here in America where
no such disturbances on the part of a
brawling mob interfering with the
freedom of speech would be tolerated.
Should such ignoming be countenan
uieut itu.ii giving peiipie n uu uuuiu
uoi properly cuuinii iuejufive iuu i .
lt.u.EiGii, Feb. 18.
The State Grange, Dr. Columbus
Mills, Master, met here to-day.
There are 134 granges represented
out of '2o" granges in the State.
The election of officers to fill un
expired terms resulted in Dr. Colum
bus Mills, of Cabarrus, beng made
Worthy Master and Richard Wells,
of Pitt, Woithy Overseer. About uOJ
grangers are present. The body will
be in session several days.
The Order is represented as rapid
ly increasing: in the State, there being
already 7,000 members.
i"kFKICE on '.'ilt Street, adjoining I. W.
J Hurl's laiiotiii Ksl
Keb :JO, IST4
K. H. KOWK.
FOR sai.i :.
A RARE JZHANCEI
and Bar Room
"T7IT11 all their appurtenances, doing a
w T good husnii"
given lor selling.
Feb. 20, 174.
P.. 11. HOWE
Bank of New Hanover,
"VVilniiiJK-ton, TV. C
j Capital & Slll'pltiS, 350.000
BRANCH AT TARBORO', N. C.
tf. WEDDELL, Pres't. J. D. CUMMIHG, Cash'r
Matthew Weddell, John S. Daney, i
Fred. Philips, .lohu Xorfleel, j
W. O. Lewis, F.!iha Cromwell, j
This Bank trouble a irmeial bankinsr bus- j
iness. tollu'.s in apy y.-.in of the United
State?. Buys and sells Gold, Silver, Ex
change, Old B:ink Note and Stocks.
Feb. 20, 1874. lm.
Turbine Water Wheel.
Xoolc; Ac f Jmil,
Manufacturer- To- ;'ie Smith and Southwest.
Nearly 700.1 now in ne, working under heads
j Tbo ni"n !,,w,-"f'i' Wheel in tin- Market.
, Lare Iu.I;STRArci, i,,,,,,,,,. S(,,lt pog, !re..
; Portable and Stationary S eam En-ines and
,lol,ers. Hancock tlcox Patent Tubulous
j Boiler, Ebaugh' Cruh-r for Miners:, Saw I
i a,,d i,lst M'"s. Flouring Mill Machinery,!
Machinery lor White Lead Works and Oil
j Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers.
j SEND FO!t CIRCULARS. i
i Feb. 20, 174. Gill j
Bank Of NeW HcinOVer
; WILMINOTOx N c '
rebruary ili, 1H74. )
rpUE HOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE
X declared a "
Dividend of SIX Per TEXT,
FREE OF TAX, out ol the Earnings of the
B.inkIorthe past Six Months ending .Tan
S. 1). WALLACE, Cashier.
Felt, l::, l7;l. et.
Lumber for Sale.
I have on hand and for sale V,000 feet of
Inch plank, which will be sold on
I will also furnish any other kind of Lum
ber on short notiee.
Bi? Builders can have tueir bills filled and
delivered at the depot in Tarboro' lor $17.(X)
K. C. BROWN,
Agents tor J. 11. 1'ippeu it Co.
Feb. 13, 1H74. cm
OFFER for sale Es for hatching from
the varieties of Pure Bred Land m,l W,.
ter Fowls at $2S)Q ppr aoeu. I
Dirk and Lieht Krahni
White and Partridge Cochins, Brown White
Leghorns, White and Silver (.rev Dorkings
Plymouth Roeks, Iloredans, Klaek Red, Eari
Derby and Pile Games Rouen and Aylesbury
Ducks, Toulouse and Bremen Geese. 1 war
rant one half of e:ich dozen Eggs to hatch if
they do not I will replace them for 50 cents
per dozen. Eggs sent C. O. D. if desired.
Bend stamp for circular. (Jive me a trial
Marlboro, Stark Co , Ohio.
R. A. SIZER.j HARNESS, SADDLES,
GROCER ' Bridles, Whips, Horse Cov
and ers, Saddle Cloths,
PrOVlSiOIi Rftfllflr Bitts, Clrclngles,
Tarboro', N. C.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
taken In exchange, such aa Raw Hides
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, j
THE undersigned have this day entered in
to a Copartnership to carry on ihe Auc
tion and Commission business, under the
O. WILLIAMS & CO.
Auction regularly every Saturday and Tues
day, and at such other times as the demand
may require. Consignments solicited. Goods
of all descriptions takuu charge of and sold.
Term Osli, unless specially agreed upon with
consignees. Our etibit shall he to give satis
faction and, by promptness in business, hope
to merit patronage. Office and Store on
Main Street in front of Court House.
O. Williams has been regularly engaged in
the Auction business lor the past live years,
and feels confident of his ability to give sat
isfaction. O. WILLIAMS,
N. M. LAWRENCE.
Tarboro", Feb. 13, 157t. Jin
SI Ail 1 Eilft aud women.
Business that will Pay
from ?t to ?8 per dry, can be pursued in your
own ucinlibo! liood, and is strictly honorable.
Particulars free, or samples worth ieveral j
dollars thai will enable yon to yo to work at
once, will be sent on receipt of titty cents. I
Address .1-LATHAM & Co.,
Washington 8t., Boston Mass.
WK 1". 1SITJ Rt
No. 176 Main Street, Norfolk, Va
Jas. F. Carr & Co.,
Finish all Classes of
from the Card Miniature to Life Size.
Oil Colored Portraits in a thoroughly ar
tistic style. Also, views of Buildings, Steam
ers, Yachts, Ac. fell. 3m.
State of Xorth Carolina,
HAVIXfJ qualified as Administrator of
Celia A. Wilkin8, deceased, notiee ia
hereby (riven to all persons indebted to the
estate of said deceased to make immediate
payment, and all having claims against the
estate to present them for payment, on or
before the 15th day of December, 1874, or this
notiee will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
LAMBERT 1 BEARDSLEY,
iJcc. '-iO, t;t. Administrator.
J. A. WILLIAHSOX
AND DEALER IS
Boots & Shoes, Tin ai.d Wood
en Ware, &c.
MnlnHt., - Tnrloi'o',N.C.
Mr. LaFnyctte Moore will take pi as n re in
aecomraodaiing customers. apt 19-ly.
A RARE CHANCE
One Fourth Interest in the
Works for Sale.
I HEREBY OFFER FOR SALE MY ONE
fourth interest in the Edjjeeoinbe Agricul
tural Work?. For particulars, address
A. J. HINF.S, Vi:.s n. N. C.
Hou. OKOKliE HOWARD, Tart.oro. N. C.
La Pierre House,
r, ROADWAY y EIGHTH ST
fTlHIs Is a deeiniblo House for business men
or families, heincr first c!ax, elesram aud
central. Partic who can appreciate n good
tablt viiW find the " Lk Piekke" THE Honse
stop at in New York. Board aud room f3
day. Rooms f 1 per day.
C. a. ORVI8, Proprietor.
July ;, 1S7:;. iy
! W. T. Harkison. C. J. Tbxnant
W3B. T. HARRIS0. & 10.,
AfiENTd FOR " THE "
i Hazard Powder Co.
ETIIYAN GUANOS, &Q.
Nos. 1, 2, 3, & 4, 8, -i Harrison's Wharf,
V. O. Bos H 5. uo5Jj
j ' 'J
niim PATFVT UMWlUirQ
! DRUGSt PATENT MEDICINES.
4fcC, 5rC, ScC.
Opposite the " Enquirer" Ofli
TARBORO. N C.
HI I, HIMW A.
ill I IJI UUUUIJI W lillUll
TARBORO', N. C.
LL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire for the New
Shops near Main Street.
A US. L'i, l!7:'. ly
THE Spring Session will open January 5th.
Pnpils prepared for business or entrance
into any of our colleges.
For further particulars refer to the Princi
pal. F. 8. WILKINSON.
Select Board inn and Dav
Iiillsl01'0 3ST. CA
OUR ELEGANT ROOMS in the
Front over WJntloek's Store.
Apply to ORREN WILLIAMS
Oct. ord, lS7:;.-tf.
Manufacturer and Dealer in.
In tact, everything nsnally kept in a first class
MADT STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
Oct 14. s-tf
T &k vmrZumr hect of th ZtWt.u LerJtofore,- j one coai being eqal to five of .Tdin ry W '"" 'Vr0 1
schoo. on Frid.y FeUra "ri4.f l,M,r ! SlSKl1- .. c"lor wflff 5 drk purple, changing in abont a month to
R- Circulars forwarded on application. O C FARRAR. K umform state cidor. flsd it is
Drc.20, 1S7:1. o,.,. Jan. 1st, 1874.-tf F. S." ROYSTER. I m ...
17fhW? W9 B?.Jmtran i ll Tnt.fTlfa nnr? niitinAPno C1n-f
. - . . av.uu tucu uiu nuuiti. wnrri irtav -tii ia nnn iroar.c t ham t h t ci . 1 1
SITUATION wanted In a private family as
a Teacher by a young lady capable of
teaching the English Branches and Music.
Address Mi&g E., Box 153,
Feb. 6, 1874.1m. Tarboro', N. C.
THREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
Store, third door from the Court House.
Also, ONE SMALL DWELLING HOUSE.
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', Feb. C, 1874. tf.
BBLS. PLANTING POTATOES.
100 BAGS 8EED OATS
100 BBLS FLOUR"
1 rfk BBL!. PORK.
At the Wboleale House of
S. 8. NASH A CO.
Tarboro', Feb. 0, 1874. tf
Moses J. Fowler, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL (formerly the Adams" Ho
tel,) has been newly furnished and thorough
ly renovated and is this day opened for the
accommodation of the public. I am prepar
ed to take boarders by the
DAY, WEEK 03 M0MH,
atd will spare no effort to male thetu com
fortable. My table shall be supplied with
the best in the market, and my cook in num
THE PATRONAGE OF THE TRAVELING
Come once, and if you do not come again,
it shall not be mv fault.
MOSES J. FOWLER.
Washington, N. C, Jan. 6, 1874. 4t
THE Copartnership heretefore existing: as
BANKS & BROWN was dissolved by
mutual consent on the 2nd Feb., 1S74.
Mr. II. Banks buying; out the concern, who
is alone authorized to collect all claitas and
liquidate all indebtedness of the concern.
JOS. H. BROWN.
Tarboro-, Feb. 0. T,t
SALT FOR AGRICULTURAL
1 50 TONSI' FOR 8ALK VERY L0W
Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 30, 1S74. lm
N. M. Lawrence
Patanseo 6uano, Gilliam's
Fertilizer, Oyster Shell
Lime, Potash Salts
ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
Give him a cjlj. jan.30-tf
Wine & Lager Beer
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
the Fine Wines and Liquors, Tobacco
"Opposite Mrs. Pender's Hotel.
E. ZOELLER, Proprietor.
Jan. HO, 1874. tf.
Dr. L. f. Fuqua,
TARBORO', N. C.
i.W Office opposite the Court House
Jan. 23, 1874. tf.
THE mercantile copartnership heretofore
existing in Tarboronch, under the name
and style of JONES & MAYO, was dissolved
by mutual consent, on the first day of Janua
ry, 18(4. M. It. JONES,
P. II. MAYO.
M. R. Jones is authorized to collect the ac- i
counts of the Utc firm of Jones & Mavo, and
to use the name of the firm for that purpose
P. II. MATO.
Thanking the public for their kind favors, f
x icsjjc-vumij us a continuation P,I tue same.
Dissolution of Copartnership
THE Copartnership heretofore existing nn
der the firm name of Farrar, Plppen &
Co., terminates to-day by limitation and mu
tual consent. The busiuess of the concern
will be settled bv O. C. Farrar and Wm M
p'PP?n. O. C. FARRAR,
WM. M. PIPPEN,
Jan. 1, 1S74. F. S. ROYSTER.
tiir .""Signed beg iaVO to inform the
1. pm.lic that they have this day. enierad l"n-
to a C0Fartler5hip ffir ion5uohig the busi-
nes Of jreneral nierohanJlse nnrW th rm
?ameiltl V- F,AKR & CO. They can be
,"V kuu, wnere tney will be
EquHabie Life Assurance So
ciety OF THE
B The largest and most relia
ble Assurance Company in the
Sept. 30.-ly Genet al Aget.
-A-OEIsTT FOR THE
Celebrated. Wheeler Sc "Wilson
Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to 75.
B" The public is Invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, ft fey doers from, Min,
TA11BORO', is. C.
Dec 7, 1872. j
Report of the
BANK OF NEW HANOVER
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1874.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ;.-t.lO- 5t
BONDS AND STOCKS - ' 3,4t'5.0P
OFFICE FURNITURE & SAFES. 5.104 f,(5
REAL ESTATE ti7,047 9J
DUE FROM OTHER BANKS .. 5S.414 I5;;
CASH ON HAND 111,906 38
I, 8. D. WALLACE, Cashier of the B ink. of New Hanover, do solemuly swear fi.r u
above statement is true, to the beet of my knowledge and .belief. ae
Sworn to and Subscribed before rae.'lhis 6th dav of Febru irv 1874 ALLAt'fi' CWr.
Feb. 13,-2t. KAAO BATES, Notary Public.
m Fertilizers !
X0. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, (GUANAPE.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
LISTERS STANDARD SUPER PIKSPHATE OF LIME,
WHANTS RAWB0NE SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
LISTER'S PURE GROUND AND DISSOLVED BONE,
We again offer to the Planters of North Carolina th above named Hia,lu approved Stan
dard Fertilizers. ' '
These Guanos have been used season after season, and have uniformly given fatisfaction
and we consider it unnecessary to give here any high sennding chemical analyses to Induce
the prudent farmer to use tbem, as the experience of several vears bear testimony In the
most satisfactory manner as to their real merit and reliability.
In the above we are offering Fertilizers that can be relied upon, and no ot-e need take the
great risk of experimenting with anything new and entirely unknown, bec.ms it i rftW.i
at an apparently low price. u
Soluble Pacific Guano, Cash $.r0. Nov. 1st, 1874, $55
Lister's Standard Super Phesphate, Cash $50. Nov. lsf, 1874' $55
Whann'o Eawbone Super Phosphate, Cash $55. Nov. 1st, 1874 $60
It is an admitted fact, confirmed by many year experience, that an ordinary application of
approved Standard Fertilizers to Cotton and Corn increases the yield to double the produc
tion of the same soil unfertilize J. This statement is not exaggerated ; on the contrary tbe
results more frequently exceed than fall short of the above increase.
Special Teviriss :
We will sell a limited quantity of SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO and LISTER'S STAN
DARD SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME for a bale (400 pounds) of Cotton per Tod and
WHANN'8 RAW BONE SUPER HHOSPI1ATE OF LIME for a bale (4.V) pounds) of Cut
ton, per Ton of 3000 pounds, 1 '
Payable November 1st, 1874.
We guarantee all FERTILIZERS sold by us to be FREE FROM ADULTERATION
Our Fertilizers c:in be procured ot our Agents at various points in the State.
Send us your orders early and we will srivc them prompt attention.
HYMANS & DANCY,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
February 13th, 1874. tf.
DEALER IN THE FINEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
BLCK WALNUT, PARLOR, LIBRARY AND CAHMBER
mmm op m m ormm dmgi,
Andof the most superb style and finish. Also a choice assortment ot Tables, Wardrobes
Dressing Cases, Etaireres, Sideboards, Library and Book Cases, Hat Trees, and Wnat-Nots.
Also a complete line of
Carpels, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Window Shades & Wall Paper.
Give me a call before purchasing elsew here. All goods warranted as represented.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
New NOS. 207 AND 209 MAIN STREET. Old NOS. r,8 AND 60,
HROMPT ATTENTION TO iu all its branches. The only Atrent ia tha City for Fisk's
Metalic Burial Cases. Mahogony and other Coffins furnished at the shortest notice: as also
Carriages with the best Hearse in the city, and tha Patent Right Corpse Preserver in the city
and surrounding country. 0.3mi
Protect Your Buildings!
Which may be done with one-fcurth the nsual expense by timg
GUIS' PATENT SLATE ROOFING PMT
Agents Wanted in every Town !
o . . ... ,
midtJtrm'ArerJJhnlD"'1 PP''tion of this .late be
One-Third the Cost of Re-Shingling.
VttomrnnSV , l!ae,fs is about tlie co8t of 8imPljr '-y'11 thom- Th
1 atnt is r IRE-PROOF against sparks or flying embers, as may be easily tested by anv
one, and appears from the fact that ininnnn. rv. i i .u ' J '
. - - Miiv v u b ilia ht ucai i t Liir
Same Tariff as for Slated Roofs.
For tin and iron it has no equal, as it expands by heat, contracts by nofcr &d
17STJC Jr, fenCCS !i i9 Par"culary adapted, as it will not 4ode in the most
3l eS- Tcf, ? or-d Uh Tar Sheathi"S Ft he ml water.i2ht at a
small erpense. The Slate Paint is
Extremely Cheap !
Two gallons will cover a hundred sriuaj- foet of shitigle roof, or over four hundred of tic,
or iron. Price ready for use is J0 cents per gallon, with a liberal rfinrouni to the trade.
No Tar is used in this Composition,.
Therefore it does not affect the water from the roof, if turned. ojf fton tbe first few rains
On decayed shingles it fills up the holes and poros, had?Ja them and gives a new uW
stantial roof that will last for years. Curled or warpsd shingles it brings to their nhic.
The Paint has a very body, but is easily put on, and although a dow dr-a rn vm not
affect it in the least one hour after applying - ' rain Dot
Roo(a.examined, estimates civen, and'when required will be thoi 0nah reDaired Or
ders respectfully solicited. - K
Price Iit ?
10 lb. Can Glines' Roofing Cement for larga holes and cracks. .......
1 GaL and Can, Slate Roofing Paiulif Boxed) ..
2 " " u ii "
5 " " "
10 " and ". " ' .
15 Gal. and eg. Slate.Rooflti? Paint, .
i Barrel. 20 Galons
i " - - - -
100 Square ft. Sheathing Felt, (Tarred Paper)
100 " " (Slated " )
Orders from parties not known to us MUST be accompanied witfi khe.sh or satisfacto
ry city reference. '
Orders for goods to be sent by express must t .coomrauiea with the money, for we
cannot take the risk of express charges being satisfactory.
All communications shoq b addressed,
NEW YORK SLATE ROOFING GO.,
No. 6 Cedar Street, IT. T.
or, T. E. LEWIS, Agent, Tarboro', . C Jan. 80, 1878.1m.
Condition of the
' CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN-. .
i UNDIVIDED ROFIT8--. .
DUE OTHER BANKS
... 1 60
... 9 50
Fein ! m