Newspaper Page Text
. I! iS
!- ! it
i' . ,
3-' J f
: -1- i
E. R. STAMPS.
FRIDAY. : : : MAY 15, 1374
' 'fc7- Messrs. Walker, Taylor Co., Adver
tling Agents, Baltimore, are sole agent for
The Enquires in that city. Onr paper nuy
be found on file at tbeir office, 1"! AW -t B-'-'
ELECTION AUGUST 6th, 1S74.
For Sri"F-!:iNTr.NI)EXT or
risi k in- n:i r-
fSteplien X. I'ool,
The Republicans have nominated
Thomas R. Turnd!, Eso., of For
sythe, as their candidate for the
office -of Superintendent of .Public
Instruction, and the Democrat?,
Co!. Stephen D. Pool, of Craven.
Tlio pWtion occurs m August and i
,7 I, . oh-noh'
ttie campaign uaS u..xu
opened. The two candidates met j
at Halifax a short time tir.ee, but :
Mr. Furneil seems to have received j
., mnrf-.! thv-nt at the hands oi the
a luvii' nii-
veteran Pool in the outset.
intimated in his speech that,
came necessary, charges impe;sciuiig i
the character of his opponent, could
ho n?t:uned. and warned Col. Pool ;
not to drive him into personalitie;
This had a direct effect in arousin
the just indignation of the gallant I
soldier whose name appears as tne
standard bearer of the democratic
party. lie arose and declared if
there was aught to be said in dero
gation either of his public or pri-
1 1 : .4. 1- l,r ..t,.1
vata cnaracier, 11 uiuj. oc iuvn
there announced as he was present ; gcverainents to the fc-uuiern
to defend himself. But this ainli ' P-I!V "v:'il coulIui: ViC
1 v.'oi'K. to ciiters who promise t-. oe
tious joung radical had tae agaci- . comG i,nv,r(1. f tLe
ty and wisdom to dodge the ques- ; gCnerai welfare.
tion with well-timed diplomacy.
After handling him with glove; I
off for half hour or more, in which j
he publicy demonstrated the ur.fiit-
ncss 01 i'amcll to hu Uie position j
to which he asDires. Col. I'ool call- I
- x -
ed upon him repeatedly to define I
his position upon the Civil Rights
measure now before Congress. He ,
peremptorily declined to go further"""
1 , V, - , ' r .i - ; iiAl over t:.l
er than tnat lie was in lavor 01 tne
, . ... . , i i .1
negro having all the rights which the
national legislature shouhl see lit to
accord to h'm. But this proved
unsatisfactory to his competitor,
and by persistently pumping him,
the confession has been since forced
from Furneil that , ?
7 . 7
tioihlV; C'pOS)-t.l. to 'I .'..('. "' .;
HUH UUfl to rh" tf- n :-'
.,i-i;lhj ,.' 'it '', J. II 1
tlw t'-'hi! ,,1'n. v ' : 1 e 1.
that lie Ii - iiioi.ii o-t:r::ge 1 p;-
to tak'1 a decided Maiei n. s v; nr
under true co ;-. h r r p;.ie .-
:! :i .!iiem;ii-t v -.i ,:i i.
1 1 . i
l Mi .-'lie li:c :: '' j '
iicai.s of the vVe.-'t will be pitted
with his position, in fae:, will toler
ate no other ; but what will his col
ored friends, the bulk of the party,
ihink cf an assertion like the above
It pointedly repudiate.? the vital
hones of the nearo horde in the
.State, witlnut whose ;ul and atsh
tance, the rauic;tl vote in l' ortli
amount io less.than 10,000. In cth
words, without thein, there would
be no Republican party, li re
mains yet to be seen how Mr. Pur
nell can reconcile the difference in
the political sentiment of the East
and West on this point. Tito blacks
are determined upon Civil Rights,
and although in the past they have
been as servile to their ambitious
i .1 , . i .. .. i.i
aiiu ic ilia . v itauLic
it :: a iiiaiic
of grass to the winds, sliil w; lo
.1-1 l i i
not tuinsc a juici hU.ianssioM will order winding up the Yamuna f'oni
follow next bttiiisner. Xor will the ; pany, and appointing a receive r for
intelligent white Republican.-, ot the j the company' roperty in that Ht.iU
West vield. ( 'onsen upnt 1 v v.-r on n ' I 'cismn reserved.
ipe for internal dis
will mcopte.-tabl v
inr:ure to tl
lie democracy the election
1 1 1
of Col. I'.io, by perhaps a hirgc
iaijori'- in August next, ns Super-
intendent of i'ub'i'.: ;..-tr;:;.-ti
Hut if there i;oa!d be iu di-se::t
voices in the If. at! if
party, if its
-ctive as ever
cipline proves as
as far as the blacks are concerned,
still wo are sure of the election
fit- ol 1
North Carolina has a m-ij
while men who will undoubtedly c .s'.
iiieir ballots, when the time come?,
for the rule of the while race. Th
political issue will be twhite .-.u-prernacy
or negro rule ? The
white people of North Carolina wiil
unite in a do- a
l;ance, and their
etlorts will :
sweep tno JMat
from Cherokee to
thre UMprii'.cinb. I white men who
have for po long a time been fatten
ing upon the hard earnings of the
honest people of an impoverished
and down-trodden State.
V'c wolcoine to our sanctum tbe
first number of the Greenville Jicg
ider issued last Thursday by Messrs.
Ale:;. T. lilow, and James T. Lyon,
Editors and Proprietors. In a short, I
neat, and modest salutatory they de
clare their paper to be decidedly
conservative in politics,and it ',vill,no
doubt. prove of valuable assistance in
eradicating Radicalism fr:n our
sister county, i'itt lias long stood
1 f T .. . 1 1.
in nee i oi a nve organ, aim &ul-u a
one wo believe Messrs. Plow and
Lyon will establish
Success 4to i
and pecuni" j
them both politically
Nominate honest anu c:ip
men for county officers. Republi
can ascendency can only be perpct-
uated bv jrood government
Commissioners should be men of
firmness, honesty and capacity.
Thv are the county legislature.
This is good advice cc
ling, as it
does, from the organ of Luc Radical
party, w lies -J "ascendency'' has
been marked with naught -save cor- j
ruption in high places, plunder, and j
the endan-erment of the moral, so- j
rial and Political interests of the
State : but now can l
iv ,,n .li-trtvn I o . 1 St o 1 fhr-Ti1 'IV!' i
not, in one county out n ten. two
honest and capable men for coun-
ty oilicers," in tho ranks of t::e il
nn tin can na:tv. nun wnue men
i i .
tit! j KTitiee an
-Is : truo nu:
soie.y t-r tu ) sa.o ot place and j
gain, it is a fact Weil known to the
intelligence of the State that " finn- I
is'cr.cstv and cnvicif
gunpowder by the ancient Sp
The X. V. IL-raU has
okeii the truth :
ii.cpiuiicaii leauoiVj intent
schemes of mere nari.iau
pfiUsniiess, wnl learn, sooner .r
1 . . -i. .. . : t . 1. .- 1
laier, inat u tiiey 1.1.1 u .u- l'ou
! Tiiev have
go'.-d gvernrjeuts to the
cf the Southern Slates,
eoiuiug c:cct;ji. will
action m puoiic scutnacr.t saai
to that which has been effected in
the great North West.
intention t j
; ousts iiira Iro:
1 a ,r ( 1
ac' . L"'"
: alee, reg u-ding the
- i 1 1 i Ki 'J i i .
I i i:l
. . ii i : i . i
:n r!i-. i.
tie:;: t f Cicctinz tlicin.
j At WclUbarg, V. Va., tho
! mal01 corge wa.
Monday. Loss i),Q()'.
At Lexington, Ky., Toiii
and a half
i', tho fastest timo rec-jr-Ied.
Tho Jjohemian sewer workers xi
Cleveland have strnek and Ibre"d
others to quit. Severr.l liurmloss sltots
were fired and some persons hurt by
There was a largo hie .M.;". lay
night in the Laiti'.e .juartr-r, I' iris,
lei: severed p-Tsr-.r;.;
:h and li'.M.i families
i dored homed
Application was made ia t'n; .'ew
York Stipreme Court Tuci.day lor an
i . . "
j,ui..uiiiii ,1:.. liiti.t; in L.i!; . . l w t
A Coastar.iinoplo dispatch hays
there is no abatement of the lamino in
Vaatolia. lienorta from ail sect ions
I iii'iiMin. 1 resiilPTi nf 'ho
v- ,1 , 1 , ,
national Agricultural Con.'ress, nr-s
icaoal Atlanta, (,.x. Owm- to
liiiijconnection delegates are arriving
slowly, but tho rresidctit's adJr-vs
wiil he delivered Thursday.
'i'he nttempt of four convicts to
irom. tho -iisscart penitent
resulted in the death
of 1 neif'en'-T-v
ofiicer and one convh
tureui'tho convicts. Acoavli.
ir."j the -',uard3 was wouudeil.
A Washington letter siv.) it is ;m.
. ,i . i i
! acrstood that oitnor m the ortati
llouso a proposition will he made to
re-enact tho duty on tea and eoliee,
' and apply tho proceeds ior th
' -a Jiie.ilUlUi 1UUU.
i Commodore Vandorbilt has added
r. , . ,,
gilt ofa-haU million dollars for a
umverfeity 01 mo Southern Metho-
dist Church to be located near Nash
Tho Mississippi, Legislature lias
passed aa act requiring liquor
dealers to obtain written eonsent of a
majority of tho men and women who
aroofagoin the to a n where they
propose to sell before lieenso can be
A Bayouno telegram says tho
Carlists claim a victory in the recent
engagement bet ecu a body of sol
diers under Don Alfenso and a force
of Republicans. They estimate that J
S.jO of the Republicans wer
and 4"0 taken prisoners.
A three-story brick building fell at
Buffalo, hilling two children and
tearing an arm from a lady. The
accident is attributed to a mason, who
knocked out a portion of the back
wall to connect an adjoining building.
Tho loss i3 half a million of dollars.
Georgia cotton mills are paying
dividends that remind New England
manufacturers of war tunes. Tho
Granitoville Manufacturing Company
netted '22 per cent on Capital stock
during tho past year, and the stock
is 74- per cent, above par. There is a
general disposition in Georgia to
invest surplus casn in eouou mm,
Tho substantial features of the new
currency bill, which the majority of
,y f j T .r I
mo cenaio i. mauce ouiimuo na-.o
nnnnnil l'llATl 11 lit LlCd
mum of the bank circulation to bo
i S3,000,000 ; new bank notes to be
?issu0(1 to the amount of S104,00,000;
ibr every million of new bank cur-
reaey issuea, toou.uu'j in greenbacks
to bu ictired, until the total circula-
j tiou is reduced to 60U,O0(,O0U ; spe-
o...t,s .- l mc.M.io.l T
LIV illC.U I'J
i, ' -' ' -
A Peep at the Value of Cotton Facto
ries ta tho South.
The New York IhraU has the fol- j
lowing to say in regard to the profi- j
tableuess of cotton factories in tho 1
South. The article is true to t
letter, and it is reproduced with a MobiHer mattcr an(1 thanked him for
hearty endorsa'.ion : j tie the friendship he had shown him
' Xo branch of industry has prov- ! during tho discussion, and other
od s i successful in tho Southern j evidences of his estesm, remarking
States since the war as cotton facto- i that his conduct challenged his ad
ries a number of which hava within I miration, and aa a debt of gratitude
the past two or three years s; rung up j
1:1 Georgia, Alabama and otaer 1
State?. Instead of sliipuin cotton ,
in bal.-s 10 Iv.ircne and New"En?land
the manufactured ar- i
tide at high prices, in several of the
States the cotton is manufactured j
witiun a iew mues 01 me piauiatious, :
andtrus tno cost ot the export and
importation is saved to the producing
states. Ono company the LrranuoviUe
cotton company, near Aujjusta, vju.
I last vear divided over twenty two ;
per cent, ca their capital between :
stoclih I ters, and even more gratny-
ins results have been achieved by '
ot!i"r attempts in the same direction. ;
The Southern press, from these ex- j
periments, advocate tho erection 01 ! nels of industry have have been ro
cotton mills wherever water power i opened and the waters resumed their
in the cotton-producing region is at- courses, In the beaten Southern
tainaLle. A'.l iiie States are blessed j States, after eight years, no man can
with abundant water power, and ; he secure of honesty in tho making
there is no reason why the rivers of j 0r justice ia tho administration of
the South ten years hence should not j tho laws, and 1' rooks and Baxter,
bo dotted with manufactories like the ' with their body guards of black and
rivers of X. w England, and about white tatterdemalions, Hire two
them spring up towns swarming with j barons of the twelfth century, or two
honest lmmtrious operatives. Aew
England has had a monopoly of the
at h-ast those
: 1 1
. t .-1 1 1 1
c;ai enumerates as the consoquou-
of tho Vet j cf the
y bill, the i'ulioing
First The certain , failure of the
jeuatc hu! to beeomj a law.
Xue propabio laiiuro oi
j iS,;ili i& iu two
ras.-ed by the House of Repre-
ono legalizing tho bK'ii
! ! 1 ! 1
greenback eirt'tlatiL u,
..ii t ttie oiner iiroviamcr lur
Third Tho rupture of the Repub- soldiers will be regarded not only as
bean party, with tho most disastrous I unmanly but unpatriotic Wash
oouiXfjuences to them in the Congrf-s- Shir.
sioual elections. j .
Fourth The present state of un- j James Gordon Bennett, of the ITer
certaiaty among business men, a ; nil, lias recently appeared ia a new
paralysis of business and tho coatin-
ued xuffeiing of the dobtor class in
the youth and West.
.uv,' . ..iii n v voo m ili-t
I awaJ' without any beneficial not of
I'-gislatioa for the people.
A Troublesome Vehicle.
A Vt'ashicgton telegram says :
Tho famous sixteen hundred dol-
lav lauelauiei, which was tjrobably
; ii ,.i,,.i.,i.. ... in...
ney General Williams' elected to tho
, f leeted to the Chief Justiceship, has
has mere trouble in store for him
his partj. After the very
tlinrmi-rti vr,itil:iflnn Trbir.li tbii oT..i.
j of iho landanlet received while Mr.
Williams' nomination was pending
before tho Senate, ita use ibr private
. and social purposes was di.scoutinued
, , . f . . 1 f ., T.
hv mm and his family. It vras too
j gau,iy a turaout to ho used ibr tho
j oiiiohil necessities of the Department
: of Justice, and it was therefore sold,
loss tnan it na cost
i tho trovernment. It fell into tho
j hands of a resident of this 'city, but,
; ivlnwm a Western man, a partv I
1 wu0 lms 110 1,)ve !or t!ie Attorney-
II. ..( 1
iwiciui, U'Jiyclllso Oi IUISOUUl leusouo.
1 'litis gentlemen intends taking tho
I lanuaulet to the Vv'est, and will at
: leml, as far as ho can, ail the politi-
-ai meetings and gatherings of the
people during tho approaching cam-
i paign. lie intends to exhibit to the
; !u(mIo as an evidence oi how fhoir
' money is spent to minister to the
j pleasure and vanity ot their rulers m
! Washington, and will accompany
1 t!l exhibition with appropriate re-
: daulet will givo tho opposition
j oratora nu opportunity to eiescant
with elomnnou and efiect, and it will
result in the loss of many a vote to
the Republican party.
A Liberated Slave in the Speaker's
Chair-The First Negro Presiding
Over the House of Representatives
The hall of the House of Represen
tatives at Washington City during
this session has been the scene .of
events of moro than ordinary histori
cal interest. At the beginning of the
session there came the wierd, atten
uated form of the Vice President of
the Southern Confederacy, the
cynosure of all eyes. With a grace
as delicate as maenanimous, the
House accorded him the privilege,
extended only to one other, of select
ing his seat, without the usual form
of drawing by lot; again, when he
spoko for the first time the House
massed itself about him, eager to
hear every word from the infirm
veteran, and gave him such attention
aa has seldom been equalled in our
Congressional halls. A few days ago
tho eulogy pronounced by L. Q. C.
Lamar, ot Mississippi, on varies
Sumner transfixed, as it were, every
ono present in the House. The
Speaker sat with folded arms am.
gaze intent throughout its delivery,
while a silence unbroken pervaded
tho chamber. All this was con
sidered eminently proper. But to
day the scone, tho emancipated negro
sitting in the Speaker s chair, pre
siding over the House of Represen
tatives, while Judge Parker, of Mis
souri, was making an eloauent appeal
in behalf of civilizing the Indian and
derating him to citizenship that is
the scene thot will make the history
of the session memorable in Ameri
can annals. The honor of presiding
over tho Houso was accorded to a
colored Representative for tho first
time in tho person oi Jo:epn n.
Kainoy, the Iiepresentative of the
First South Carolina district, who
was born a slave in Georgetown in
i:)2. During tho war he was forced
to work on th-? fortifications of the
confederates in Charleston, from
whence he escaped to the West Indies,
returning to his Dative town at the
I'l.ien nf t!iA war. lie has been a
a membor of Congress several times
and is highly re-ipec'edjby the mem-
bers ot this House.
It was to this
member that tho lute James Brooks
thenceforth he would be tho friend
oi the colored race.
Commenting on the recent situa- j
.. . -. . - i
tiou of affairs in tbe once indepen-!
jer.t acj rrc0 State of Arkansas, I
a,e New York Jl'crld uses the fol-1
lowing very impressive and striking
Through the denial oi homo rule
industry in the South, besidea the
hampers put upon it elsewhere, has
been paralized through tho just fear
that men would not be secure in tne
possession of what fruits it bore
them ; and while in conquered j
France after three years the chan-
! Cono chief of our time, lor the
pn.spt-ssion and plunder of Ark.msas,
v. hih- .outh Carolina is kept in ter
ror by its black iav-pivers, and tlie
i'vd.-rrtl ovlM nun ill ititLt tiosos to
! Vi Ij t il.c t:Xi;lL:l ul ("1 t!if peo-
-.' !m 1 -e; -f t: oi 1 b.le ition Day
:t -.';' i iii this vii';riify this )'eur, we h.-.j.e uo
' .tiii;- : ; -r t 1 1 i u : i. :i mmie iu the
i- ! ;r :. nr.ri.ii; b'iMiers graves, lit-th -,il
er they t,o m.t lijiied iiy tho uUst of
, tiuHsu who wuti: tin! L.iidor thuse who
v.'oro the gray. At jiubiie and many
I other ljoiuts ia the ISouth, thia ytar,
Vrashiiigtn Union soldiers have participated in
i LI'0 :i f"Tin o conieaerate graves,
ua verv l run tiiiv tins cireumaiaauH
is hailed as au earnest of the good
time comiuir. when all asnerites shall
j be forgotten. In New York tho
Grand Army of the Republic have
j concluded to make no distinction
i cetweea tuo graves oi union ana
i Confederate dead. The time is near
at hand wlien tho North and the
South will have a common Decora
tion Day. and when distinction be-
! tv.'een the dust of trallant American
j role, that of a walkist, he having
, walked a distance of ten miles
j against one John Whipple, a young
j j :i j Liiu cuinco uciuj ?fjjjj a
! side. The race wbs from Mr. Ben-
nott's residence at thirty-eighth street
on fifth avenue and Jerome Tark,
Bennett walking ti.o elistance in 1
hour, -Hi minutes anel ;"5 seconds,
, heating Whipple tsome 7 minutes.
j It 13 said that 3eniiett won some
Ai.r. Soldikrs' Graves to be Deco-
! avrm. The decoration association of j
! Illinois has resolved thac no distinc-
i turn f.il?)ll liA niml, in tlifiir cAlAffii-i-n
I f the graves to be strewn with j
ilowers on Decoration Day. A num
j bor of Confederate soldiers lie buried
in the vicinity ot Chicago, and their !
resting places will receive the same !
hind attention as will the graves of'
tlie Union soldiers,
A patent has been granted for a
new style of pants, the peculiarities
of which are that they are worn with- j
out suspenders, and have an adujster- j
me strap and buckle over each lap.
"There," says an old toper, "see
what all this temperance crusade
praying has done; first busted the
Linrleli Hotel tank and like to have
drowned St. Louis; and now over
sowed tho whole South with water.
! If tho women keep on, we'll havean-
I othre Hood, sure."
The New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern, the Mississippi Cen
tral and the Illinois Central railroads
have been consolidated under one
company, entitled the New Orleans,
St. Louis, and Chicago Iiailroad
Company." As the line extends from
New Orleans to Chicago, it will be
seen at once that this is a powerful
r A gentlemaa should have more in
his pocket than on his back-. Souaa
men are as proud as a peacock, all
strut and no show.
Nearly Twenty-five Mil
Liveruo3l & London & GkLi3 ' ' ' J .
Continental of New York assell 2,225,93703
Farmvillc and Virginia " 134,818.38
Old NoriU Stiitf, " 112,3S0.65
Tarboro', May 15th, 1874.
Per week guaranteed. Sample and terms,
for 25 cents, 1 O. Box So, Hagerstown Md.
Dress Goods at Cost.
THE subscribers now oiler the whole of
their stock of LADIES DRESS UOODS
at Cost for Cash.
M. MEDDELL A CO.
May 15th, 1871.
X A TfcTTC BLA,"K SILK Sacques,
M-J1-MJI & E 111 b r o ideries. Laces,
KiObons, Hosiery and (Jlovcs, for sale nt very
M. WED DELL it CO.
May 15th, 187L tt
TlT"VrrI',C GINGHAMS, HATS,
JL JA.Ll JL Boots sinil Shoes, Gro
ccrics, &e., Ac, :it low prices.
M. WKDDELL & CO.
May 15th, 1874. if
Dr. L. T. Fuqua,
TARBORO', ff. C.
t-Tsf" Office opposite the Court House.
Jan. 3, 187-1. tf.
Eor sale by J. M. Sl'RAGIXS.
Tarboro', liar. 1J, 1874. tf. !
ALL jxrson.s nrc hereby -warned against
c.iiployinE: Lewis Sjiecd, Harry Leonard
George Stew irt, Robert Morris, llcnry Har
ris, Ki.zie Ward, Patti'iice Sefsoms and Vio
let Morris, nil colored, who are under con
tract to w ork for me this year. The law will
be enforced aLT.tin-t :mv jierson who hires
them. G. C. BATTLE.
April 27. 4t
Dress Ma king Emporinm
MRS. S. E. Sl'IER, wonld reepcctfally in
forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and Yichi
ty that she has opened au e.etablis'ament in
the brick store next door to Yv". 8. Clark's,
where she is prepared to
Cut, Fit and 3Ialte,
Ladies and Children Dresses ia the Latest
Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspection.
March 20, 1S7L tl
J. A. WII.LIA5IS0X
AND DEALER IN
Eools & Shoes, Tin ai.d Wood
en Ware, &c.
Malnt., - Tnrboio', TV. C
Mr. LaFayetie Moore will take pla:.urc in
aeeommodaiin: customers. apl lti-ly.
A RARE CHANCE
iiuv Yum s: 'nii- e! ?.- liir
;ti'ks far Na!.
f MKKK .:r (''. ! F. MV'NK
l-'iu.h t . i;i ilf jiirul-tti-.ii
W'u.-K-. I'.M i ii I; i n ,,:,lr.'r-.-
y. H 1 KS, Wi ,, N. C.
11 on. G KO liG r. HO YA P. L, Tarboro', N. C.
July riO. - tl
La Pierre House,
BROADWAY i- EIGHTH STS.,
THIS is a desirable House lor business men
or CaiuiiioR, bvns Jirsl class, eleennt and
Cfn trnl. Parlies wlio can .ippreciate a good
table will iiud tin; " La 1'jerkb " THE llouse
to stop at in New York. Board and room $3
per (lav. Kooms 1 per ihw .
V. li. OnVlS, Proprietor.
July ''(:, 1S7.J. ly
OFFICE on Pitt Street, adjoining D. W.
Hurt's Tailoring K.stalilisliment.
Applv to li. 11. liOWE.
Feb. 20, 1ST4. tl.
Lumber for Sale.
51-ave on hand and lor sale V3,0C0 feet of
Inch plank, which will be sold on
1 will also furnish any other kind of Lum
ber on short notice.
Builders can have their bills tilled and
delivered at the depot in Tarboro' for $17.00
U. C. I5KOWN,
A lie-ills! for .T. K. l'ippen & Co.
Feb. HI, 1874T ::m
N. M. Lawrence
) PfttftDSCO f llUHO. GHilftni'S
Fertilizer, Oyster Shell
Lime, i'otash Salts
ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
Give lilm a call. ian.30-tl
FOR SAIjB OR RBNT.y
fflHE residence of Mrs. M. K. Lewis,
with about four acres of laud.
The house contains eiirht rooms. On
the lot are KITCHEN. -SERVANT'S HOUSE,
DAIRY, SMOKE HOUSE, UK KEN HOUSE
and STABLES, all iu jr0'1 repair. This
beini situated in the pleasantest part of the
fl The FURNITURE will be disposed
of privatel'. . , .
Apply to M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', March K!, 1874. tf.
THREE ROOMS OVliU THE- BRICK
Store, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate.
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', Feb. 6, 1874. tf.
NEW ADVERISEM ENTST.
Walnut and Maple
Tables, Candle Stands,
Cane & Wood-Seat Chairs,
; Mattresses, Saddles, Harness,
WSratoga and Canvass Covered
Agents for tiio
BROWN COTTON GIN CO.
Km A3 D. Barnes. Willis XV. Uarnka
Dr. E. D. Barnes & Bro.,
TA.VlN(i ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
mm. together as above, we have
opeaed in Tarboro', N. C., a per-
manent llice, and at Iioekj' Mount and
Greenville, branch 'offices, w here we propone
to do all kinds of work pertaining to the pro
fession in the most skillful and fclentitic
manner. - ;
All work warranted to give entire kali-faction.
NITROUS OXIDE GAS administered and
teeth positively removed without i'AIN or
DANGER to the patieut.
Special attention e'lven io Plate Work, ami
teeth inserted on Gold, Silver and Vulcanite
All of the latest and most improve J instru
ment used, ainongthem two of Dr. Moi rUnu's
Celebrated Burr Engines.
To tie people of above nrmed places Hud
the surrounding country, we respectfully
oiler our Mfrviees.
9gf Office over K. II. Austin's Uiick Store.
May 8. 1m
'FOR S.I I, SC.
THE undersigned' having determined to i
leave Edgecombe county offers for talc i
hislargeaud volnable larra, lying on Town I
Creek, adjoining the lauds ..( Col. David Wi!- j
liamB and other?, containing about 1070 j
ores. The soil of said farm is well adapted
to the raisiug of
Corn, Cotton, Wheat, Oats, I
or v of the crops usualK raised in Eastern I
Carolina ; and i3 in a high stots of improve
ment, situated in a very pleasant neighbor
hood, healthy locality and good water. There
is a large branch running through nearly the
center of th" farm, which can be used as a
dividing line to convert it into
Two Handsome Farms
containing respectively about S"0 and 540
acres, with a good residenee,Cin House,Good
Orchard, and necessary out-houses, with
about 300 ncres of cleared land on each farm.
For terms and further particulars, address
the undersigned at Toisnot, N. C.
1. S. I'ETWAY, M. 1)
May S. tf
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention offplanters and others is again
called to the ahove old and reliable make of
Cotton Gins. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, and nothing which an ex
perience of. thirty years iu their manu
lacturc could suggest has been left undone to
iake them the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton Gin iumaiket. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-spreadtpopnlarity, For
Perfection bf Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Light Rnnnlng, and quantity and iual
fty ftf I'mi produced, we challenge competition-.'
We are prepared to warrant toanv
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction teverv
planter or operator. The Gins are sold at
the lowest possible prices for cood machines,
and ou reasonable terms. We invite exam-
inatiohofthe samples in the hands of'otir
local agents who will give all desired infor
mation and furnish applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
parties using the Gins in ail sections of the
cotton planting country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, maybe obtained
of our agents or by addressing
. THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
" New London, Conn.
Pfnde & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
,i May 8th, 1S74 ly.
Furniture, &c. at
i Norfolk, for Rent.
THIS Hotel, situate on the corner of Main
and Commerce Street?, Norfolk, Va.,
With the Furniture and Fixtures, will lie ren
ted or leaseel on favorable terms to a good
tenant. " This Hotel occupies the former site
of the North Carolina and Virginia Hotel, 13.
B. Walters, Proprietor, so long and favorably
known ta the traveling public. It has 'V',
Chambere,' Lrzo Dinine Room. .fee., with
.Bar nicely fitted up. The name of the house
eonM De changed if deemed desirable. For
. WM. S. WILKINSON.
wplay 1, 1874. ' Norfolk, Va.
A DMIKISTRATION with the Wiil anncx
InL M dtirtnglhe minority of the Executor.
aing beettfimUd to the undersigned, up-
. 1 . .. 1 . . . m i . . - . .
un iuc cbuikiii me laic nenry l, ciai K, an
persons hntfinj claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present them to the nnder
sirned on or before tne first day of May, A.
DilS73.! i '";
JOST. BLOUNT CHESHIRE, JR ,
Administrator cum testamento annexo, durante
. Tarboro', N. C, May 1, 1S74.
CERTIFICATE No. 1174, dated Nov. 9th,
1855, for 5 shares of W. & W, H. K. stock,
isstiedrtoji, Moses Smith. A new certificate
will fc applied for. M. T. SAVAGE,
April S7.-tf. Executor.
STORE TO LET.
THE STORE rejoining that of Mr. J. H.
Bell, now occupied by Mesar3. JL Mor
ris & Bro.
For particulars, apply to
Jan. 16, 1S74. tf
i.fc,:,, , 'ssessT
1 S"1 s'-"
and Office Chairs,
-yyE ARE- oI'KN'lNt; , NEW AND
attractive stock of Goods for Ladies and
Gentlemen wear, consisting oi
Ladies Straw Hats,
Ladies & Childrens Shoes,
in great variety,
WT CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
OUR STOCK OF
Gents Fnrnisliino- Good
Linen & Percale Shirts,
Cuffs and Collars,
eck Ties and Scarfs,
fl it .
Bouts & Slip's,
Staple Dry iioods,
i'l ail varieties for SPRING and SUMNER
TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
AT JOB HERS PRICES.
i . , .
on hand a large stock of
Pork, Bacon, Flour,
Molasses and Gro
We are al.-cj Agents for the CELEBRA
TED UTICA WAGONS.
0. ft MRRAR & CO.
Tarboro', N. C, April 17, 1S7L
The Panic is Upon Us !
Buy Where You Can Buy
j WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
' H. the public thai I have opened, at ihe
i stand formerly occupied by Mr. R. to. AIsop
; a Tirst-CIass
In which cau i.e found all kinds of lamilv
groceries, Mica .-w bacon, pork, flour, sugar,
ea, molasu-s, &c, at the rv
i ri erc-r n m r r- o
I a.wK.wi i-rawKC,
having been purchased when every thing
was at its lowest. My friends and the pnb
iic will please call and see if a NEW BROOM
DOESN'T SWEEP CLEAN.
CALL AT ONCE.
H. A. SHURLEY.
March a7, 1S7L Gm.
t CrtP Q per day! Agents wanted! All
)OlU4)&v classes of working people, of
cither sex, young or old, make more moneyfat
work for us iu their spare moments, or all the
time, than at anything else. Particulars fjje.
Address ti. Stiason & Co., Portland, Maine. If
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
Bought Since the De
rptllK UNDERSIGNED HAS .Tl'ST U.
turned from New York will, a la rye and wj
S Reeled s!i,-k of
Swiss Muslins, Nai
Mik , V'u loi ia Lawns, Jati,.
u. t Guiubrics,Piiiues,Lincn Lawu.
Haiui.nif; and Cash's Standard TriuiUi;u-,
Meinsticliad and Kmbroidered Hatulkei-
iiicfs, Tii-s, Collars and Cuffs, in great
vari-ty, Bt 1 s, Marseilles, Quilu,
Nai'kins and Table Clotlu,
Gents', Ladies' and
I'lea.-e -he him a call before purcUasint..
T. H. CATLIN.
Tarboro', X. C, April 27, 1874.
THE Twenty -first annual meeting of iU
MEDICAL SOCIETY of North Carolina
will be held in the city ol Charlotte on
TUESDAY, the l'.tth day of May, ISM, 11
A. M. Members, Delegates and Phvsieian
applying for license, will be passed over tbe
various loads ut halt rates.
W. A. B. NORCOM, M. D., Vres'i.
Ja-. McKke, M. D., Secretary.
The Board of Medical Examiners of ihu
State of North Carolina, will hold its annul
rueeeting at Charlotte, N. C, on Tuesday lyth
of May next, and remain in session until tLt
business lor which it is convened has been
j disposed of.
Applicants for liense to practice medicine
I will present themselves as early as prartlca-
b!e. C. DUFFY, Jr., M. D.,
i Secretary and Treasurer,
i April 24, 1874. it
New Store! New Goods!
New Prices !
WE SAY CIIEAl' & YET THE CHEAPEST
rilO convince yourselves of the fact a call
J is respeetlulj'y solicited from our friends
and the public generally to inspect our new
select stock of Family Groceries, Tobacco,
Cigars, Snuff, Cofectioncries, .te.
A selectiou of German groceries cotisiamh
on hand. A call is all we ask to satisfy.
D. LlCHENSTEIJi & CO.,
next door to Pender & Jekin.
Tarboio', April 17, 1874. ly
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Xear the Bridge,
Tartooro, PST. O.
No. 17G Main Street, Norfolk, Va
Jas. F. Carr & Co.,
i (Late WALTER,)
Finish all Classes of
i PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK
from the Card Miniature to Life Size,
j Oil Colored Portraits in a thoroughly ar
littie style. Also, views of Buildings, Sleaiu
ers, Yachts, Ac. fi-b. 2m.
and Bar Room
'I'STITH all their appurtenances, doing a
t t gooa Uusme'ss.
given for selling.
R. II. KOWE.
Feb. 20, 1874.
THE Steamboat Annie Wood will run from
the Sound Fisheries up Roanoke River
a6 far as Weldon during the Fishing season.
Fish of all kinds will be delivered in anv
quantity, salted or iced, at any lauding ou
Roanoke River at market prices".
Address, E. 11. BAILEY,
April 27.-lm. Janiesville, N. C.
STOEWALL FERTILIZER !
Highly Concentrated. Has ALWAYS been
Manufactured on the basis of a guaranteed
analysis. Will NOW be sold subject to all
law?, in regard to Fertilizers, with THK
SAME guaranteed analysis.
to. C. FLANNAGAN & SON,
April lO.-lm. Charlottesville Va.
Boot & Shoe Shop.
EASY AND GOOD FITS WILL BE THE
S. B. CRAVORN,
Granville St., Tarboro, N. O.
April 17. .".I
THE NEXT SESSION COMMENCES
the last Monday in May.
For further particular, apply to
MRS. M. F. PENDER, Principal
Tarboro' April 17, 1874. aw
j y 0 S C 0 P E.
THE Gf.M MICROSCOPE is the most
wouderf u scientific production of the nine
teenth century. It furnishes the power of a
high-priced instrument for a mere trifle, ami
exceeds iu usefulness any microscope ever
invented. It reveals the hidden wonders o!
minute creation as Eels in Vinegar, Animal'
in Water Butterflies' FetUhers, the Golden
I Marrow oi a iiair, insects nyes, me i
5 Claws, Joints and nairs ot a Fly's Foot,
makes Kopes ot Fibers of Cloth, Crowoai
of a Needle's Point, and so on indefinitely.
It furnishes hours of instruction, eutcrtaiu-
,uent an amusement tor tbe yoiing ana
; and every family should possess it. it is '
j valuable to students, professors, teacher.
I physicians, in fact everybody, and especially
i in the HOME CIRCLE is it a GEM. It '
I cheap, and at the same time of great value
i It is reall v of irreat valne to any family it e'"
lv 1 .:! it. b'iows the adulterations iu loori,
as sugars, teas, etc., and the qualities ot
clotlm. 11 also plainly swtes TMClll
SPIRALIS or rork Worm whenever it exists
in pork. Price $1.50. Mailed, post-paid, u
any address on receipt of price.
AViW TIKI? FOB AGENTS. "Me a
! Wliole time, Or leisure moments and even
ings. It works just at weil by lni-ltjiit 3
day-licht PareuU but it for their cbildreu.
Liberal cash commission paid. Exclusive
territory. Congenial employment. It c
cites the curiosity, which produces a desire
to have it, and requires no talking by thf
agent. Complete outfit mailed, post-paid, ou
receipt of -1.50. Circulars and terms free.
Send for it and make money. A ddress, TH
BEVERLY COMPANY, 970 Wabash Avenue ,
Chicago. apl 2.-
BIG BREAK IN PR(1