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E. R. STAMPS,
TARHOItO', IV. C.
JUNE 12, 1874
R- Messrs. Walker, Taylor & Co., Adver
tising Agent, Baltimore, are aolc agent for
The Exo.uim la that city. Oar paper nay
be found on file at their office, 134 West Bal
;i m ore street.
ELECTION AUGUST 6th, 1874.
For Scpkrwtixdknt of Public Instruc
Stephen. I. Iool,
We are furnishing the public with our
paper for the Campaign at 50 cents.
Lot our friends take advantage of this
The Chr!ott Observer, bing
necessitated to b personal ia some
of its remarks, thus premises as to
the duty of an editor :
Bat W9 will not mince matters.
We "call a apod a spade." Upon
every publio journalist, who has a
spark of patriotism in his breast there
are devolved high and responsible du
ties. And in these sad, and disas
trous times his highest and most
responsible duty, is to be true to his
people, and stand by the Party that
is the only ark of his country's
safety. A oonsetvative journalist who
from corruption, want of patriotism!
or timidity, shirks this duty, has no
more business at the head of a news
paper, than a hypocrite in the pulpit,
a traitor at the pilot's wheel, or a
coward at the head ot an army. He
is out of nlace, and a disgrace to
his profe. ion, and people ought to
wipe their feet with his publications,
and not read them. His opinions
are worth nothing, and his words are
"as Bounding-brass, and tinkling
If there are such responsibilities
resting on journalists does it not
follow that there are reciprocal
duties on the part of the people ?
Public journals are the exponents
of popular sentiment. It is true
that in a certain sense they lead
the views of the mass of thinkers,
but in the main they are but indices of
the will of the people, their suppor
ters. We saj tii ukt
gating from the dignity and high
functions of journalism, for in most
instances a member of a political,
religious or social faction, conducts
his periodical with the expressed
and avowed purpose of using all
honorable means to farther the in
terest of hi3 party.
There is then a mutual and re
ciprocal duty resting on the jour
nalist and the people. It is his
to criticise honestly and fearlessly
all publie men, to advocate with
zeal and intrepidity the cause of
his party and in all things to stand
forth as a fair exponent of his
people, and it is the part of the
people to uphold his hands and aid
him in his work for them by a
cordial moral support. What can
we hope to accomplish when the
journals cry for, and the people
seem to demand, stringent action,
for instance, for the suppression of
Radicalism, if the matter is not
allowed to work in society and the
people hob-nob vuth the vilest
Radicals for fear they may use
their power against them ? What
can an editor hope to accomplish
for his party, when men repeat the
nonsensical ribaldry of some negro
mongering politician as a good joke
against him? "What good will
ever be effected by advocating cer
tain political measures, although
sanctioned by the people, unless
those people do their part in carry
ing out those views in society ?
The people of North Carolina have
their fate in their own hands and,
though we blush to say it, it is
their own fault that they are to-day
in such a state of political degre
dation. People do not deserve to
be free who will make no sacrifice
for its attainment, and until we
teach the ignorant hordes who lord
it over us that we are the rightful
rulers of the State, by private and
individual action,we may look in vain
to the press of the country. It is
powerless unle&s with the coopera
tion of the people.
it is a favorite amusement with
Rads to try to array the colored
people against us by quoting what
we say of the Republican party.
We make a great distinction be
tween the black and white Repub
licans, the former follows the
course that might have been exn
pected, the latter is a renegade to
his race and a craven sycophant
for office. The true white people
of the county care more for the
colored people to-day, and do more
for them in the way of advances for
their crops, attention in sickness,
&c, than all the boasted love of
! GRANT'S FINANCIAL.
) President Grant litis been cuiltv
of a most unprecedented act, and
one of very doubtful propriety, in
publishing his views on the still
absorbing subject of the national
finance. The appearance of the
document in Washington created
intense excitement and the wildest
comment. " Wild ! Wild !" was the
monosyllabic ejaculation'of Speak
er Blaine. The memorandum was
called " The royal proclamation,"
"Repudiation made easy " and " I
bid for the third term," kc.
"Now, let Grant veto the Civil
Rights bill," remarked a Simon
Pare democrat, " and we will run
him as our candidate for the lVesi
dency next time." While the
democrats, however, applauded the
President's views as sound demo
cratic doctrine they did not ap
prove of the manner in which lie
had endeavored to forestall the
action of the House by an "ad
vance veto message as thev culled
The position of the President is
4 briefly this, to pass a bill repealing
the Legal Tender law, to take ef
fect only one year hence. This,
he thinks, lies at the basis of the
whole financial trouble and its re
peal would remove the entire diffi-.
culty and bring a return to specie
currency by compelling the pay
ment of specie when it is deiinn K
It is possible that the President
has indeed touched the key-note of
the financial trouble. The aboli -
tion ol the Legal Tender law would
most assuredly be a return to sne-
Cie basis, the desire of the ccntrac-
tionists, while the scintilla of doubt
attached to greenbacks would have
the tendency of giving it freer cir-
culation without materially effecting I
its value, which is the aim cf the
a .. . t Tf i t ! .
inflationists. If the President dc-
vises some means for the solution !
of this most practical and interest- j
ing subject, he may rest easy as t
the " Third Terrxi " question
It is reported in some of our j
exchanges that Chief Justice Waite, :
at the term of tLe United Slater
Circuit Court in Richmond, Va i
last week, decided that the act of!
Congress, passed March 3rd, 1S73,
declaring it to he the meaning of i
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tht bankrupt law toat the cxeinp. 8
Uvua ' ed a bankruDt should ha i
the homestead exemptions allowed ;
me nomesteau exemptions allowed ;
by the State where he reside ;s i
, , '
unconstitutional because not uni-
This is an error that our content
poraries have unwitinglv fallen j
The decision was, as the !
constitution of Virginia went, infrv !
effect in Anril IRfi'i. tho b.nt-.n.f i
act passed in January lbG9 could :
J ' ;
not consequently exempt the heme- ;
stead not already exempted ly the '
state law. This decision docs not i
apply to Xorth Carolina, whose i
constitution exempting the home
stead was passed July 18G3.
An Illinois Democratic naner
states the truth concisely and for
cibly when it says : " The trouble I
and difficulty that the Democratic j
party has hitherto encountered in !
past campaigns, proceeded from
those wishy-washy, namby-pampv, i
Aunt Nancy Democrats, who are !
ever ready to be persuaded by any-
, , : , 1 . . J " ' I
TJ " "g to.wucii j
Off upon every side track in poiU s
tics that designing men may sug.
gest. This class of mischief ,
makers who call themselves Demo- j
crats, have neither character nor
standing in their own party, and
are totally wanting in decision of
character and fidelity to principl :.
They are a dangerous set whencv,;
found, and their counsels should he
North Carolina has a population
of 1,070,120 souls; Whites, G7V
470, Blacks, 391,050, white ma.
jority, 280,820. Voting popular
tion, 214,142: White vote, 104,
142, Colored, 80,000, white ma
With snch figures as these why
is it there is a single Radical State
officer ? Is it because North CaroN
linians cara nothing for the honor
of their State, and do not deserve
to be free ? Or is it due to those
who pretend to lead the people ?
Colored men, there are about 25
white Republicans in Edgecombe
and 3.500 colored. Now watch
out to morrow and see if the white
men do not get all the paying
offices and the colored men only
those in which there is not much
money. Why cannot any colored
man who can write well make just
as good a Register as a white man.
As long as the colored people allow
themselves to be duped by a few
whites tho franchise will be of little
use to them.
The Chinese in California aro be
ing converted to Christianity. At a
recent prayer meeting in San Fran
cisco as many as eighty were present,
aad were very devotional.
The face that JefiVrson Davis is
coming home seems to he important
tant cnou-h to bo made the text of a
aispatcr. irom jjomion.-inr i vnz
The arrival of distinguished men
is usuallv made the sul-iect of a
dispatch, and if such i the custom
it certainly should not ho omitted
in the case of so celebrated a per
sonage as the lion. .Tellers on Davis.
Never did a more
man c.:ter the port of New Ycrk,
and America will at sonic future
time learn that he is so regarded
by the world.
One o! tlio largest land owners iu
California is a lady, I.Irs. M. PeP.le.
Sho owns 17o,0(.!f aerc.o.
Baxter is croiinr for friends of Brooks
ia Arkansas, and sever.il arro ti havo
been made for treason.
The President visits Mount Vernon
on the 120th. of Juno by special invi
tation. Tho Marine band will accom
pany the pilgrim.
Henry liocliefort and companion
sailed from New Yerlr for Europe on
Saturday, tho Othinst., in tho steamer
Tho proposition to amend the State
Constitution, with a view of exempt
ing certain manufactures, enterprises
or industries from ta?:ati n. is b i nft
New York soc!.--:v h diustedwith
Boehefort He ("ant understand
parol ansjan Irench as ukv p -
nounce it, and consequently they
pronounce him a very "commune
sort of a fellah, any ho v."
Four thous'icd wotaenofSu.lt Lake
j jiavo nC-titio:ied i'r inhibition . f the
ae If inW---ih l.r- Ti 0
I" v n 1
j misery cause I by a drunken hu,b.-.nd
i in a family of fifty or sixty women
i ail,l children must bo great indeed.
Tho Troy tul;d prints a facsimile
of tho present ofde.- sen! c f the Pomp-
trailer General of to-M'.i Cuolini.
t. . , r , , .
it ,.l0V,lCO ' a I;;l-:::, :t j u'
grealb' ovc-rsha.Io-.ve-d. by a c-arpet bag
anJ an Tllis wouM
L o a verv
substituted for tho c:
.v oriei uisTiareu irom asiar.ion
sav3 that the action
yesterday indicates the
Civil Bights bi 1 for
c, f, ir".,-
' ' ie ;
i;t i.-. t ot the ;
Tho Hepub'.icans are afraid t-- jttS:5
the bill before the c-Tection,. Alter,
I., .,, . , , , ,
th(?? v,ul not ln al :0 -J ,L) so. .
Ore-cn has L'ivei Jvout one thou- I
, .: . ,
sauu Ueiaoerat.c major:;-, t.iv. re-
turran- to her oi l lor. Iu tho time ;
0l-J I-anc Or.-con .-.tn . Dmo-retie i
L;li;i' ( 'r.-jron v.-a -. i .jno-rene i
hulwarlc. The Con-rc-ma-i rdect,
Mr O-er. e t ., t .-- -' i. . i
or't A" ;l J ; "rp- :
mciub-r t l: ct 1 T ' ltn -
" Enormous Judicial tsperiditur-V
is tu0 moJost :1,1d
. c 15 a,!;'ou"ceu u asU- !
i T - a. 1 ." -1 -t -r
expen.aturcs 01 tiio :
frderal cox::U in the vcstcrn ,1:?tr!ct
to tao encruruts fu:-i of
bill wliiu'.i ja?sevl
tho IIou.5e of Representative. on Sa t
urdfiy. m.i!ces free all newfna'iCT ex
changes, aivi five:? Ir-j
amonjr subscribers in
wherein published, of v
weekly and daily paper
the f iv;l rilt' 1
'r it t; t'i
iho refual of '
4-OUsc l " "f "al" 1 tu0 i
!"T fStrt:me a!lu1,'i!-RiVlt ;?,'Mate
Tca;? ' ass,xl has t,l lorf"
Miauowed h.T some time past :n the 1
tii,patch. S from Washington city;
aad a, t.s3 fliluro of Mon(lav 5s tho
third that has been made ' in swift
succcshion, it is fair to conclude that
tho snake has been not only se.ih
Vv iiilo the whole North aud West j
agreed to do; orate tho graves 6f Fed- i
eral and Confederate soldiers, t'chuv- i
ler Colfax, tho Christian statesman
was tho only man who squeaked
against it. Tho Chicago T: ibuno
gives hiui a sound drubbing and scy
Considering tho attitude of the caua-
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ry towarus tao so called Civil li.ghh
bill iu connection with Lho other feel
ing towards tho Confcdcrato dead, wo
may hope that tho day of reconcilia
tion between tho North and South,
which must procedo tho recupera
tion of tho latter section, is near at
Tho Memphis Appeal is assured
that tho prospects lor a good cotton
crop on tho lowlands from which tho
waters havo already receded aro
excellent. Tho alluvial deposit loft
by tlio ilood inject into tho young
plant wonderful self-creaiivo ca
pacity. It grows with rstonishing
rapidity and matures much soonei
than if tho il:od-tiJo of tho river had
not lent its lonui
Carl Schurz seems to stand' no
chance of a re-election to tho United
States Senate. Of .'ate he lias beon
classed among tho Liberal Ilepubli
cans, and as an opponent of tho pro
sent administration. Ho etumped
tho northwest for Greeley for threo
hundred dollars a speech, but has
never east in his allegiance to the
Democratic party. As tho Democrats
havo overwhelming majority in tho
Legislature of Missouri, tho election
of tho next Senator is at their dis
posal. Somo of Mr. Schurz's friends
havo thrown out tho hint to tho
Democrats to re-elect him on account
of his high moral character, but the
Democrats do not seem to tako kindly
to the proposition.
j used within the last year,
j The Californians ore in favor of
cremation, especially for Cinnamon.
Tho Democrats in the New Hampshire-Legislature
are having things
their own wn'.
G ;ld is down to a small fraction
above 110 for tho first time since the
It ia i:o longer emotional insanity,
oven. Morbid impulse is the euphe
in is m.
Tho Pennsylvania Grand Lodge
of Masons havo contributed $1,000
for the relief of the Louisiana suffei
ers. Both candidates for Superintendent
of Public Instruction have names
that commeuco with a P. Ours
will P-robably ho elected the other
An English Judge has decided
that thread manufacturers who mark
"200 yards" on spools having 120
yards are guilty of no offence if they
ship to America.
Tho Washington Star well Bays :
Newspaper advertising impels inqui
ry, una when the article onored is of
good quaility, and at fair price, the
natural result ia increased sales.
It is understood that the only
obstacle hindering the completion of
tho Reciprocity Treaty, is the un
willingness of tho Washington Gov
ernment to admit Canadian vessels
to its coasting: trade.
, Out 0f ninety-seven aspirants for
J military honors at West Point thirty-
1 sent back to school last
i w-', because they could not write,
; gpcll or cipher, or wore not familiar
j with maps or grammar. The colored
'Candidates all failed.
Indians are reported to be on the
war path in large numbers near the
; Cheyenne Agency. There imme-
; ?iatcI' ?o!Inr3 lls uews the cheer"
ing advice : "You had better use
j pow(ler and lead at once ; they are
j not likely to be amendable to soft
I tell you," said a Wisconsin
3iiaii to a neighbor, next Jay after
! bll'JS his wife, " When I came to
: ?vt lct0 heel, and lay thar and not
; hearing Luciuda jawing around for
' an hour and a half, it made me feel
. 'i a naa innvod into a new
Loxisox, Juno 10. Dispatches just
; received here from Paris 6tate that it
teniion of the French gov-
erntiient to ask for tho extradition
c f the communist Kochefort and hit
associates, on the ground that the
crimes conimitted by them are of a
'ivil acter, and that under the
interEational law thev are liable to
. , , .
At tho late celebratm of Queen
yk.toria-3 birthday in Richmond, one
0f tji0 English settlers, Mr. St. An-
drews, made an address, ia which he
drews, made an addr
immigration, and, it:
and Jther, it was adv
od nrorvrietors to cut -
might be added,
advisable for land-
proprietors to cut up ana dispose
of their estates in small tracts; that
tho public highways should be im
proved; fences kept up, and tbe curs
which interfered with sheep-raising,
To EspubMs in France Just Yet.
Onca more tho Republic is over-
board in France. Two factions that are
moderate the sense that the small
boys say they aro less furious than
the factions which are more furious
than thev are these two doubtful
moderates were the faint hope of a
! possible republic. luey were the
I Right Centre and the Left Centre.
113,002,000 postal card
; The Left Centre is made up of re
::ou?o of ' publicans who like their house but
j do not want always to ride on the
to ..ii-.e up 1 r?a;. thev desire a rood irovernment
ati. c ro f:oi!iii:irntivflv lirtlo fnr tfiA
riemblicnu "idea" and doctrinal
furies. The Tiifjht Centre are
.. .1 . 1 1: :
divine right, nor iu
man, but prefer the
mauent Executive to I
Executive and believ
notion of a per-
that ofan elective
e that some men
aro better than others. Politically
tho Ilight and Left Centre are nearer
to one another than the Right Centre
is to tho Right or the Left Centre to
the Left, and if they should coalesce
they could establish a republic to
l-t.I T P. SI j ,
I v.-men nio jeit centre wouia give
liberalism of spirit and for which the
Right Centre might secure a strong
constitutional form, in virtue of which 1
thn areSs 01 the People which tend to
rule in democracies would be kept
where tho dregs belong. But the
hopo of this combination in finally
dono ior, and one hundred and ten
Deputies of tho Left Centre have
j P10 negotiation into the water by .
la declaration lor a definitive republic
i a :fiInW;. nf,nnrS. nh tW '
a ir-public, of course, such as they
want; not such as is possible or can j
bo obtained. They would lather i
havo no republic than not havo their
own. JV. 1". Herald.
mm BAKERY !
rrillS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS
JL r.ow ready to supply the people of Tar
horo ;md vicinity with all kinds ol
Jh-i:aJ, Cakes, French and Plain
Candies, Aru(a, Fruits,
cmlmsvitijr every thing usually kept in a First
C!.:ss l-:?t:ibli$ument of the kind.
Thankful for the liberal patronage of the
p:i?t the undersigned asks a continuation,
with ili- promise of satisfaction,
rriviiso E'ainitsc can always have
tiieir Cakes liakert lie re at short
Orders tor Parties & Bails
promptly lilled. Call and examine our stock,
next door to Bank of New Hanover.
Nov. 4.-ly. JACOB WEBER.
Dissolution of Copartnership
rrHE firm heretofore existing under the
JL Myle of D. Lichtcnstein & Co., has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
D. Lichtcnstein is alone authorized to pay
and collect the debts ol tho said firm.
The undersigned have this day formed a
copartnership iu the Grocery business, under
the linn si vie of D. Lichtcnstein & Co.
Tarboro', N. C, June 13, 1874. it.
Silver Gloss Starch.
For the Laundry.
MAX DTACTUR ED BT
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
BAS BECOME A
IU great excellence liu merited tbe coruruen
datioa of Erope for A met ic.in
PILYES1IED COIIV STARCH,
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
Expressly lor food, when It is properly made
into Puddings, la n dessert of
For Sale by all Ftrtt-datt Grocers. lna.
GRAND, SaUiBE & UPRIGHT
Havereceirad upward of FIFTY FIRST
PREMIUMS, nd are among tbe best now
made. Every iwtruuent folly warranted for
live year. Jtrlce u low m tbe exclusive
use of the very beat mtria: and the most
thorough workBUUMtblp will permit. The
principal pUuiata aad composers, and the
piano-pnrehatlnr paWie of tbe Booth eBpe
eially, oalta ia tbe uaanimotig verdict of the
nperiortty ot the STIEFF PIANO. Tbe
DLKABILITY of oar Inatraments is fully
esUbllshed by over SIXTY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES in the South, using over 300 ol
Solo Wholesale Agent for several of the
principal manufacturer of Cabinet and Far
lor Orjraa ; price frm $50 to $K). a lib
eral dicaBt to Clergrynieti and Sabbaih
A large aaaortaient of ircond-hand Pianos,
at price rangiag from 75 to $300, alwayn on
Send fox Illustrated Catalogue, lontainiiiir
the name of over 2,000 Southerners who h ive
bought and are using the Stieff Piano.
CHAS. M. STIEFF.
Wareroonia, No. 9 North Liberty ft ,
BALT1MORK, M. 1).
Factories, 84 A 80 Camden St., and 45 & 4T
Perry St. June 12,-tf.
THE STEAMER COTTON PLANT will
be taken off her route on the 15ili inst.,
for usual repairs.
JOHN MYERS' SONS.
Washington, N. C, June 5, 1874. 'i
ESTABLISHED IN 1793.
Mj. ROBERT BINGHAM, Snp't.
MaJ. TV. B. LTNCH.
Cant. T. L. NORWOOD.
W. G. QUAKENBU8H.
MEBANEVILLE, . C.
rpHK 161t Session opens July loib, 1874
X Terms, Including Books, 100 per Ses-
OUR MOTTO !
At D. LICHENSTELX & CO S
N. B. Fine stock Cigara always od Land.
Mayo, 1874. ly
WIS wonld call the special attention of
Planter wbo rniu so many mules. In
working to Cotton Gin, to the above
Simple, Cheap and Valuable
One of these Engines of 4 1-2 horse power,
will run ten hoars with half cord of wood,
and will carry any size Gin, up to ho saws,
with perfect ease, and will run regularly, gin
ning cotton in a most satisfactory manner.
We would undertake to lv down an En
gine of the size named at Tarboro' Depot for j
Col. J. R. Lauier, of .Williaraston, N. C
ubcu one oi inem last season, to whom any
ic i iiitrm mm, season, 10 w no l any
might refer. If planter wish ...em it
be well to let us Lave their orders in
!d July. Call and examine cut, and
rfield Cotton Giu, for which we are
S. 8. NASH CO., Agents.
June 5, 1874. if
B. T. Babbitt's
Pure Consentfated Potash
Ot Doable the Streairth of any other
1 have recently perfected a new method of
packing my Pouh, or Lye, and am now
pac-Ulng it only in Balla, the coating of which
will saponify, and does not iDjure the Soap.
It is packed ia boxes containing 24 aud 4S H.
Balls, and In no other way. Directions in
English and German, for making hard and
Boft soap with this Potash, accompanying'
each package. B. T. BABBITT,
64 to S4 Washington St., N. Y.
April 10. 2m
Turbine Wafer Wheel.
Poole Sc Hunt,
Baltlmor o ,
Manufacturers for the South aud Southwest.
Nearly 7000 now in use, working under heads
varying Irom 2 to 240 feet ! 24 sizes,
from 5 to 06 iucje6.
The most powerful Wheel in the Market.
ADd uiOft economical In use of Water.
Large illustrated Pamphlet sent post free.
MANUFACTURBKS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Enjnues and
Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent Tubnlous
Boiler, Ebaugh'e Crusher for Minerals, Saw
and Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinerv
Machinery lor White Lead Works and Oil
Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
Feb. 20, 1874.
J. A. WIUIAMS0X,
AT HI8 OLD STAND,
TARBORO', N. C.
ANY atyle of Vehicles made to order at
t RS'" Special attention paid to REPAIR.
ING, and executed with dispatch.
Oct. 11, 187.4f.
THE NEXT 8E8SIOV COMMENCES
the last Monday In May.
V For further particulars, apply to
MRS. M. F. PENDER, Principal.
Tarboro' April 17, 1874. 2m
THE nndersined offers for sa'a at market
rut.t'8 a quantity of food Hay aud Corn.
JAS. R. THIGI'EN,
May 5-1 111. Tarboro', N. C.
AOrtilieatc for Tliree ('!) Phar.-s of W. &
V. Railway Stock, issued to tbe under
signed, lias I icon lopt. Notice is lierchv iven
that a new certilic ite will be applied for.
JAMKS . BTATON.
June 0, ;K im
Nearly Twenty-five Mil
Liverpool & London to Glouo "
ContineDtai ol'New York assetts 2,225,'.i:;7.f)S
Far mville and Virginia " 1S4,S1S.:.8
Old North State, " ll:i,CS0.C5
Tarboro', May lCili, 1S71.
GREENBACKS! $500; KEARNEY'S
Per week guaranteed. Sample and terras, ! fVTD A TT DITPUtl
lor 25 cents, P. O. BoxS3, Hagcrstown Md. Li A. i II 1 OU Lai U
" I Perrcanenlly Cures all Diseases of the
SODA WATER ! lULER'KiDSK'-
Exi.stins in Men, Women and Children,
rfmi A ra n c d a u u i i nr.
Fresh Fruit Syrups !
Saturdays & Tuesdays,
STATON'S DRUG STORE.
CALL AND TAKE A blllNII.
T A 17' ULACK SILK Sae(acs,
M4lUi flliC E m h r o idories, ices,
Kiljbons, Ilut-irry and Cloves, for pale at very
M. WEDDELL CO.
May 1.1th, lM. it
TERRELL & BR0.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
j Main Street,
Scar the bridge,
fiBTPl 1 DV
i " ' -8--fi.6t V j
j No. 17G Srt3 TTc"W Vi
! Jas. FTcarr & Co.,
from the Card iliuiature to Lil'u size.
Oil Colored Portraits in a thoroughly ar
tistic style. A!:;o, vi-fi-. of Buiidin-, Xcam
ers. Yacht?, Ac. iv-b. Um.
f forbid all persons from hiring Tom Nobles
and .Mathew MeUon, colored, as I have
th"ra under contract fr 'be vcr.
J. H. KUFFIN it BliO.
; Lager Beer & Wine!coph:Kov::u;
: the surrounding country.
OPENING of the celebrated Summer L.-iirer
Peer (Buck) on Friday, May USih,
Irom the Brewery ol Jacob ceer. Uaiii-
Friends of a good C0r! ;afS of heir, are
invited. E. ZOELLER.
A- S. I have lmiit a platform at mv farm
for Dances and Picnics. Parlies or Societies
will do well by peeing me before selecting a
place, to held a pienie.
great umm !
DrPQQ Hnnric of fncf
ii OOJ UUallJ CXI V-iUOl.
mil'.' 1 i , .
, ''' '.P "f LAIjILs -'o t.OODs
U 1 "ir t, h it.
M-ivllih l--Jl " "
Dr. L. T. Fuqua,
TAEB0R0', Ti. C.
f"Ofli'.'P ;w-i!( i'n ('.Hire Hon?
Jan. 1871. tr.
For sale by J. M. FPU AO INS.
Tarboro', Mar. 1J, 1S74. tf.
CERTIFICATE No. l!7t, d-tted Nov. Dili,
for 5 t h ires of W. & . J. stock,
issued to Mo.-.'.'-i iSmitb. A new certificate
will bo applied for. M. T. SAVAGE,
APr'' IS7.-tf. Executor.
CiUMKEKLU & fiAVVLS,
DEALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, FINE
Wa!flip StTit. R!i...... trS
Ware Silver Plated Ware,
Ujtr tws vatcucs Repaired Faithfully
and Scientitically, and Warranted, f
TAltUOHO, N. CT
Jau. 5, 1S72. jtj
Fertilizer, Oyster Shell
wine, roiasn Salts
ON HAND AND FOP. SALE.
Give him a call. jan.S0-t
100,000 CYPRESS SHISGLES,
rpHE undersicrned respectfully informs the
X public thtt he is prepared to furnish
, at any point on the
W. L. SAVA;E,
Palmyra, N. V.
THE Steamboat Annie Wood vili ruu from
Use Sound Fisheries up Roanoke River
as far as Weldon during the Fishing season.
Fish of all kinds will be delivered in any
quantity, salted or iced, at any landing on
Roanoke River at market prices.
A(l,l"efs, E. H. BAT LET,
April 27. -lm. Jamesville, N. C.
STORE TO LETT
THE STORE rdjoining that of !r. J. H.
Bell, now occupied by Messrs. IT. Mor
ris & Bro.
For particulars, apply to
Jan. 10, 1874. tf
The tinlv known remedy for
Auct a iositive remedy tor
GOUT. GRAVEL. STRICTURES, DIABE
TES, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS
rin-rttention or Incontinence of Urin, Ir
ritation, Inftamation or Ulceration of lb
3LA.DDER & KIDNEYS,
Leccorrhtra or Whites, Diseases of Lbe Proa-
trate Gland, Stone in tbe Bidder,
Colrulus Gravel or Brickdast Deposit aod
Mucus or Milky Discharge?.
zsr jxomattek what the age.
Prof. Steele says : " One bottto of Kear
ney's Fuid Extract Buclru is worth more
than all other B rictus combined."
Price, One DolU . per Bottle, or Six Bot
tit s f(r Five Dollars.
Depot, 104 Duane St., 2few York
A Physician iu attendance to answer cor
respondence and give advice gratis.
Ser.d Slaiup for Pamphleta, free.J
Nervous mid Debilitated
OF BOTH SEXES.
Xo Charje for Advice atid Comultaiwu.
Dr. J. B. Dyott, graduate of Jefferson
.Medical College, Philadelphia, author of
sev?ial valuable works, can be consulted on
all diseasps of the Sexual or Urinary Or-
can, (which lie has made an especial
study) either in male or female, no matter
f rom v. hat cause nriainatins or of how long
standing. A practice of 30 years onables
him to treat diseases with success. Cares
guaranteed. Charges reasonable Thos
at a distance can forward lettes describing
symptom ami enclosing; stamp to prepay
Send for the O'uiie to Health. Price 10c.
J. 11. DYOTT, M. D.,
PliVMoian r.Qd Surgeon, 104 Duane St., N. Y.
Elias L. Bakxes. Willis W. Barnes
Dr. E. D. Barnes & Bro.,
fg-AVlXG ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
5. fovther as aheve, we have j , nj
opened in Tarboro', N. C, a per- tggTr p 9
mancnt cfScc, and at Rocky Mount and
Greenville, branch offices, where we propose
to do all kinds of work pertaining: to tbe pro
fession iu the most skillful and scientific
All work warranted to give entire satisfac
tion. NITROUS OXIDE GAS administered and
teeth positively removed without PAIN or
DANGER to the patient.
Special attention given to Plate Work, and
teeth inserted on Gold, Silver and Vulcanite
All of the latest and most improve J instru-
, mett used, .".1110112: them two of Dr. Morrisou'
med places and
y. we ieanetfnllv
ol'er our services.
Office over R. II. Austiu's Brick Store.
J. E. SIMMONS,
PITT ST., FOUR DOORS FROM! MAIN
rrjii-loi'o'', TV. c.
i j hake to order anything in the
i S. F'.iin'aure line and also keep a small lot on
hand for sale CHEAP FOR CASH. Call and
on hand and furnish at Cie shortest
M.HOGIIANY, WALNUT, POPU
LAR & PINE COFFINS, also
rich's Patent Hetalio Burial Cases,
1 have now a FINE HEARSE lor hire.on
.March 27, 1S71. 0m
Dr. Wade's Liver Corrector
Cure For Dyspepsia.
u.LTAMsnt KO, (Jreeubrier Co.,
Mcssrx. U'aife, Boykiti & Co..
Gents. I nsed three or four bottles of
I your '-Liver Corrector" last summer for my
I trouble, DVSPEPSIA.and pot more relief
i irom it i nan iroin any medicine that I have
: ever t:ken. S frreat was my suffering I was
not able to do ainthin'r, was taken with
i nr.mbnct-s ar i ciddiness, when I wonld rise
up siuiiierjiv or when I rodeon horseback, or
in other words, was in a manner dead for
twelve mouths, and jrot no relief from any
medicine until I found your '-Liver Correc
tor. '-My health is now steadily aad rapidly
iiiil'ioviiii;. Yours gratefully.
J. W. GEE.
Pkof. Moouma.n, Emeritus of the W'ash
ii.fon r.'iirer.ih'; of Md, now Resident Phy-sk-iau
at the White Sulphur Springs, whose
opportunirj for testing its mcriis exteusivc,
says: "Dr. Wade's Liver Corrector and Dys
pepsia Cure is one ot the very best remedies
for Dyspepsia I have ever used."
Dits. Jones & Jordan, prominent medical
men in lleclenbur Co., Va who have sold
and prescribed it for two years, say: "they
can t!nd no better remedy for the purpose
intended, than the Liver Corrector."
'oil. Goode, a pron.incnt and unusually
intc.iiiirt nr gentleman in the same county of
Va., s.iys : "he keeps it regularly in his fam
ily and would not be without it. "
April 10, 174. 2m.
Dress Making Emporium
i J MS. S. E. SPIER, would respectfully in
XVA forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and victn
ty that she has opened an establishment in
the brick store next door to W. 8. Clark's,
w here she is prepared to
Out, JPit anil Make,
Ladies and Children Dresses iu the Latest
Our NEW SPEINO FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspectiou.
March 20, 1S7I. tf
La Pierre House,
L ROADWAY $ EIGHTH STS.,
THIS is a desirable House for business men
or families, beinrjr class, elegant and
central. Parties who can appreciate a good
table will find the " La. Pirrrb " THE House
to stop at in New Tork. Board and room 3
per day. Rooms 1 per day.
CB. OR VIS, Proprietor.
July 20, 1373. iT
ARK OPENING A NiW ASfi
attract, stoek of Good, for
Gentlciuen war, conalroc cf
Ladies Straw Hats,
Ladies X Childrens Shoe,
In &reat larletj,
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION To
OUB STOCK OF
Gents Furnishing GWs
Linen & Percale Shirts,
Cuffs and Collars,
Xeek Ties and Searft
Boots & Shoes,
WE ALSO KEEP A FULL LINE OF
Staple Dry Goods,
in all varieties for SPRING and 8UMNIR
TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
AT JOBBERS PRICES.
We have on hand a large atock of
Pork, Bacon, Flour,
Molasses and Gro
We are alia Annti for rritnm
TED UTICA WAGONS.
0, C. P ARRAR & CO,
Tarboro', N. C, April 17, 1874. 2ni
SAVE YOUR BACON !
The Panic is Upon Us I
Buy Where You Can Buy
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the public that i have opened, at Jh
stand formerly occupied by Mr. R. B. Aliep
In which can be foaud all Linda of family
groceries, inch as bacon, pork, flour, sugar,
coffee, molasses, &c., Ac, at the very
having been purchased when every thing
was at ita lowest. My friends and the pub
lic w'dl please call and see if a NEW BROOM
DOF.8NT SWEEP CLEAN.
CALL AT ONCE.
H. A. SHURLEY.
March 'J7, 1874. ' (im.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe aud adjacent
TIE undersigned respectfully announces
that he has again opened business of a
on Church Street, near Mr. Doaier'a Storv.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
Particular care paid to
Also the manufacturing and reoairlnc all
kinds of agricultural and reaefal BLACK-
An experience of over TWENTY TEARS
In Edgecombe ia sufficient teatiaiony to my
capability. I respectfully return thank for
the various manifestations of kiadoeaa here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
Nov. 8-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTAIN.
ADMINISTRATION with the Will annei
ed during the minority of tbe Executor,
having been granted to tbe undersigned, up
on the estate of the late Henry T. Clark, all
persona haying claims tgninst said estate art
hereby notified to present them to the ander
signed on or before tne first day of May, A.
JOS. BLOUNT C1IE8H1RE, JR.,
Administrator cum testaments aitxezo, durtmH
Tarboro', N. i, May 1, 1874; St
J. A. WILLIAUSO
AND DEA1.ER IN
in o ri$ios.
Boots & Shoes, Tin and Wood
en Ware, &c.
Maln8tH - Tarbovo'.N.C
Mr. Lafayette Moor will take nlaanrai u
ccommodaiinf customers. apt 19-ly.