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E. R. STAMPS, - -
FRIDAY, : : : : AUG- 7. 1874
Messrs. Walker, Taylor A Co., Adver
tising Aleuts, liaUiniorc, are sole ngeuls (or
The EnQI'IKEK In that eity. Our paper may
be found on tile at their ullleo, VM West iial
THE ELECTION. j
The people of the State voted
yesterday for a Superintendent of
Vublic Instruction, Kiht Congress
men,and Six Judges. We arc con
fident of the election of Col. S. D.
Pool, the Democratic candidate, by
2000 at the lowest estimate. The
probabilities are that the Pemocrat-'
ic nominees for Oongvess and the
Judiciary were elected in every dis
trict save ono, the second, in which
there is not a doubt of tin- election
of Ilyman, negro, for Oonpets and
Milliard (Had) for Judge. Edge
combe of course went Kadieai with
its usual negro majority, and
Bigulars go their
u:i v reioiem?.
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How sad and deplorable it is for j
the wealth and intelligence of proud
. t-1 1 ,1,1 -,1,1- -h- !
!; d to negro rule. O. the horror, j
he of Radicalism .
AN ANTI ADMINISTRATION SENATE.
'i 'it- New Yoik 'Wi'fhi, a journal j tity, Lexington, Virginia, says the
vi i nthematieal accuteness, figures Savannah Advertiser, a student is
out ;i ! mocratic majority in the ' each Jay detailed to watch beside
next I'tiited States Senate. At 1 the tomb of General Lee. Every
!. Mt ii o'aini t that the chances are ' morning one of the students is post-fav-i
;.t';. for an Oj position major-j ed at the tomb in the memorial
it v. A: present the representation , room of the chapel, built under the
of those who hold over beyond next i supervision of Lee. He is styled a
March is, Opposition. 1"; Repub-j watcher,-' and his duty is to re
lica". : total, -iS. The terms ; main there during tie day and re
of 2'5 expire on I he 4vh of March, j ceive visitors, show ing them the
IS75. There is one vacancy among I proper courtesy and attention. As
the Seicit' rs holding over, the eon- i there are nearly three hundred and
r '!e nurauer oi ;-enators
it will bo n: coss-uy for j
boinir i t
tli.- Dpj.o-ition to have TS in order through their representatives in the
to conti i iiie Senate. The Oppo-j University, -are watching at the
-iti-T. ::ift with lo, and the follow-! tomb of Lee, and their sons improve!
ipjf t ( j. position Senators, whoso j in maimer and bearing by tho
terms ;uv :) begin with March 4, sacred duty they perform, and their
1S7-3. have already been chosen : I minds and hearts benefitted hr
t'a,i:,,!!i ewWR oo-Ji. i thoughts of the noble dead.
t'uMui-iir'i' William W. Ka'.on. '
Ka:,-.- James. E. Ilatvey. THE " TILT-ON-BEECHER."
Ma'-v!;i:'5 w. Pinkney Whyte. . Yrom the beginning wo have
Ohio Allen G. 1 hurrnan. !, , i o , rn i
... . . ,.,,,., i- w.i , . been interested in the 13eccher-.nl-
Mes;:. liooth and Ilarvey.thGtigh j ton but hardly know from
not ion.ocrats, were elected as an- t5lG various journalistic opinions
ti-Il'. miUicans by combinations be- i "whether to sympathize with Henry
twecn Democrats and Indepcns i Ward, '1 "heodore or Elizabetli, and
dents. ' since o'ar last issue, we believe
Tho L filatures of the following : nothing has been given to the pub
five t-ue, will a:so elect Senators, j which throws any additional light
whose terms will begin March 1, ; upon !ht examination of the com
17.". -M.d these Senators r.re mcr- i innteo. it h stated that Henry
ally c. : ; jin to be Democrats : Ward Ileecher has prepared an
I'ehtttare .In place o! .Mr. Eavard ' elaborate reply to the paper of his
Missoiir; Iu place of L-. Sehm:'.
Tnr.vs-f In place of T.Ir. Dr.-.wi;!..w.
Tes. . . .Iu I'iaco of Mr. Flar.arrit .
Wcm o . i.la In place of Mr. Eo:emau.
Tlr- Opposition ia the Senate ! some degree of nnpatience the testi-i:f:i-r
tli.; ith of March next are j niony of Frank Moulton, the mutual
sure, tl; tefore, of Senators. To 1 friend of lieecher and Tilton.
' -i majority oi' that lodv they
it.-u-: gain twelve more from the
foiioivhiij States, whose Legislatures
are yet 1 3 elect :
Florida Iu place of Mi-. Gilbert
l-d'aea In jdace oi Mr. Piatt.
I- c t To fill vacancy.
Mah-. n jdace of Mr. Hamlin.
Mavac!.-.seUs..In place of Mr. Washburn.
M:-!'- Iu place of Mr. Chandler.
Mini.'-.'.a In plate of Mr. R-.j-ey.
-Nevada In plae. of Mr. Stewart.
.Ne-. Jersey In place of Mr. Stockton.
N- VorU In piace of 3Ir. Feuton.
1'- Ivania. . . In place ot Mr. cotr.
' ; !,t In ,;st,. , f Mi. Ldiiiui:.':-.
'" 'i siii. ....It: pia.:. of Mr. iVpei.t.-r.
Mississippi and Uhcde lsh.ii-l
'- ' inci'ided in the 'i-t i;-r. ;;s t!:e
' '. State hn ;ihoai ci'-etcd
Ii. inch K. IJiiie--. :i:id tl - f-imc-i-
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VTEST AND SOUTH
The Cincinnati En.jiiiitr. wl.icl
is the Democratic orm, of t hi
fst. maL-p: tl.f. f.-.llou-:.:,. ....
. ., ......v.' H.'IIUIHII- (111" i (
t . O.M IT' 1 i
x no n est and
&outh will take a hand in (lie next
President ial canvass,
candidate will not b
resurapt.omst; but, on the contrary,
will favor the payment of
bonded debt in greenbacks, and a
.,,,r.;.l.,-,.M.. p . t
uusmviuiue increase oi mo cireula -
.: l: mo ..
i in ir uieniuin. i no moncv now it o
New ork has chosen its last
President and gained its hist vie-
The radicals were especially
severe on the editor of this paper
during their campaign, and the
, 1 " ,
numb-sculls seem not to have
enough sense to know that there is
nothing on earth we so much do-
sire as to be considered the open
enemy of ignorance in iflice, lilth
; i,: i, . i
ni high piaces, negro supremacy,
corruption in short, Radicalism,
! GREAT HAY CROP COTTON RI
The JJangor Democrat says : The
hay crop of Maine this year is worth"
as much in the Boston and New York
markets as the cotton crop of
Georgia. Our hay crop is not less
than 1,000,000 tons. It sells to
day in Boston at $30 a ton. That
would amount to $48.s000,000:
.1 princely sum, truly The cotton
crop in Georgia this year is estimated
000,000 bales of 400 pounds each.
This at -0 cents a pound would
bring in the Boston market $48,
000,000. Hereafter the hay crop of Maine
will be with us as important a sta
ple as the cotton crop is to the
Southern States. Year by year,
all along the Atlantic coast, the
consumption of hay is increasing
enormously, and it is to Maine
chiefly that a supply must be looked
for. Our hay producing capacity
is almost unlimited.
We thus see the great value ol
the Hay crop. 7s it not a shame
upon us that we will continue to
exchange our cotton for Hay at the
rate of acre for acre, and we pay
all the expense of raising the cotton,
preparing it for market, and then
pay freight both ways.
What is true of Hay is equally
true of Wheat, Pork, Mules and
many other things.
,rno will BETRAY JUS TARTY
xsriT JUS TEOPLE, STIGMATIZE
HIMSELF AXDAlIt IX ESTAflLlSIl-
R)R ()R SJGXJXG TUE Boyn of a
riVll. F.ld JITER :
A EEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE.
At the Washington-Lee Univer-
j fifty students, no one is on duty
more than once a year,
Thus the entire Southern people,
: slanden-r, Theodore Tilton, and that
it isno.v in the hands of the com-
The press awaits with
V.'lii'o speaking of this affair, we
; heartily concur with the Kichmond
i J'-n-juinr in the following scnti-
' ments :
' Until this Ijeecher investiga
tion is over tho doors of respect
. able families should be closed
' against the papers publishing the
filthy details of extra-judicial, semi-
; ecclesiastical and wholly unwarran
(t fouriiern wan
.v.-,y H- d.xire Sowl valit,,.
. hi,, ,, ,, shmatur, to .VoCa,' -
, , . .
, ihrre ;, a othon ma of
- utL-ra principles in Kdcieeoml,.
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hum K'ito advocates Mixed School'',
r.t I in jivt hi-; signature to Cobb'
u nd : :
Jj the re $ a
southern wan of
"ou'.'-ern rineijic$ lit Edgecombe
ei-vntjj irli'i f.irors Intermarriage
I , fr. -eo tl,' i-,,..y.o lot 7i,V, o-.w 7,,'j
;,itl,lt,m, (o Dugijans bond ! '. I
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, n tjHt( infernal measure, the Civil
; ;,;( JiHL which Jiadicalism in
I Caress wishes to force upon the
whites of the South ; and, our word
: for it, these three men to da stand
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j Is a white man justifiable under
! any circumstances in securing the
' bonds ot such men as Duggan, Cobb
j and McCabe, elected over the beads
1 wnite men by negro votes and
j lIu' lu I1"tax I'11) '1 element of the
T"' ?r 'H? C1
companions and aihhate politically
: with such cl!iracters as Allen
: ner and Mabson, whose impudent
I harrangues to the colored laborers
' Edgecombe not only engender
ithin, tlvm a, sPirit of animosity
i toward the planter, but tend to
j delude them into a Warfare against
j whita capital. We think' notf
Gov. Zeb. B. Vance in his late
speech at Goldsboro. said: The
great want of North Carolina is a
guano, or. stimulant, suitable to
be applied to the mind and brain of
our people, and which will cause
them tosiop saying, "We can't,"
and which will enable them to make
the very best use of the land, climate
and labor that we have; or " We
will try." He said that money
can only b? obtained by us from
three sources, viz: From debts
now due us by the outside world, or
from sale of agricultural products,
or from labor bestowed upon our
raw materials in manufacturing.
If a man, (or a Statehas noth
inff due him, or has neither meat,
corn or other produce to sell, or is
not in any way increasing the value
of his products, he has no right to
grumble about hard times, for if
money were plentiful he has noth
ing to give for it. Sharp but true
lr WHO WILL BETRAY HIS TARTY
IXSULT HIS TEOTLE, STIGMATIZE
HIMSELF AXD AID IX ESTABLISU
IXG XEORO SUPREMACY, BY VOTIXG
FOR OR SIGXIXG THE IJOXJ) OF A
CIVIL RIGHTER ?
When gentlemen of the high so
cial standing and respectability of
Col. W. R. Myers and Gen. Rufus
Barringcr, of Mecklonburg, and
John Norfieet, Esq., of Edgecombe,
who have been firm Republicans
since the war from honest convic
tions, withdraw from the support
of that party on account of its dis-
position to give to the negro, su
premacy in North Carolina, it is
marvellous to us how a white man
livinir here in our midst can so far
lose sight of respect for himself, his
children and his race, as to be in
strumental in promoting it by be
coming official 3urety for the Com
munists of Edgecombe county.
North Carolina's honored son,
Zebulon B. Vance, the soldier, pa-
1 statesman, visited on I
Thursday last for the first time the
people of our sister county of Pitt,
who were then making a desperate
clfort to clear themselves of Kadi
calistn. We are informed that on
twenty four hours notice 2000 peo
ple assembled at Greenville to hear
him. He fully ventilated the his
tory of the Radical party and ex
posed its rottenness by appeals to
facts and figures given in its own
official records. The fearful future
which is crushing out liberty and
morality in the country, imparted
an earnestness and solemnity to the
speaker which the reputation of the
Governor had hardly prepared them
for. So says our correspondent.
If the people of Edgecombe had
been true to themselves and to their
political principles, and had con
stantly refused to sign the bonds of
Radical officers, scalawagism, car-pet-bagism,
negro supremacy and
the whole spawn of Radicalism
would have been crushed out and
the offices of honor and trust would
have been filled by the good and
true men of the county. If even
now we adhere strictly to our prin
ciples, we will soon carry our point
Said Mabson in his speech Sat
urday : The man who says the
Republican party in Edgecombe is
opposed to the Civil Rights Rill is
a liar. McCabe, Cobb & 3o., are
fully identified with this party, and
in fact are leaders ; therefore they
must be in favor of this iniquitous
measure. Will the white men of
the county, when called upon, en
dorse their infamous sentiments by
becoming their official bondsmen.
; Rah I
McCabe, Cobb & Co. are much
0f'.'in tl'-' position of Congressman
(I U D - J - t . V f . T . .
1 durinS the recent Campaign. The
' I)emcratH of the county refuse to
sign their hop Is, and their bretheren
ot' tt,e rarl I,aVeT1't :i snfiicient
amount of VV? to do so, and
: "WK'it i? t):o h 11 nnn tl.xr ,1,."V
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We are of the opinion that Rad
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i lcuiisui oum nave oeen ueau in
j Edgecombe, if the leaders had been
unable to give their bonds. Let's
try the remedy and see if we can
find men who would be such zealous
leaders of the negroes if they could
not thereby get some fat office.
iV WHO WILL BETRAY HIS PARTY,
IXSULT II1S TEOPLE, STIGMATIZE
HIMSELF AXD AID IX ESTABLISH
1XG XEGRO SUPREMACY. BY VOTIXG
FOR OR SIGXIXG THE BOXD OF A
CIVIL P.IGUTF.R ?
Ruin will be meted out to the
j already down-trodden white race
of the south if the Civil Rights Bill
becomes a Law. What white man
is willing to be instrumental in its
success by giving his moral sup.
port to one, who advocates it, in
signing his official bond !
However much you may like a
man personally you have no right
to put him in office if he entertains
dangerous political views. It is
not the man we endorse, but his
politics, when we vote for him or
sign hit bond.
One dollar per day, (working
day) aaved and invested at 8 per
cent, compound interest, will in
45 years amount to $125,000 of
which only $14,000 was from earn
ings, and $111,000 accumulated
The Democrats carry Kentucky by
At New York, Monday, the Treas
ury paid nearly half a million in gold
The ladies at Saratoga don't dress
so much this season as they were
wont in more prosperous times.
The whites carried the Vieksburg
city electiou by 350 majority. I'orty
negroes voted the whito ticket and
tbreo whites voted tho black ticket.
A negro w as hanged Friday by
the people of Shreveport, La., for
rape. The victim of tho outrage was
a fourtoen-yoar old daughter of a
The case of Gaynor vs. Tilton, has
been postponed to Wednesday, when
Magistrate Rielly, of Brooklyn, will
dismiss it, as Gaynor has no personal
interest in th.9 matter.
The President and his parlyr at
tho review of the Seventh New Jersy
regiment, fell two feet by tho break
ing down of the stand. Had it been
higher they would have fallen farther.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Com
mission have ordered tho Safeguard
Company of Philadelphia to stop
business pending investigation of i:s
Tho schooner John Eomer ran
down and sunk a sail boat off Long
Island Head, with three men aboard,
whoso names aro unknown, all o f (
whom were drowned. j
Alieporter who has boon studying
the heraldly of tho Tilton family, an
nounces that tho bulk of Theodore's
ancestry and kinsmen lias been
curioup, and that a larg majority of
them havf frequented lunatic asy
lums. A lire broko out in Jruskeian,
Mich., at an early hour Saturday
morning and destroyed nearly half
the eity. The fire was in the eastern
portion of tho city s-.nd it is believed
tnat a numoer oi mills nave been 4
lrsfrov.l. About ton sniiarps wpta
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August Von Netta, the alleged
forger of California bonds, recently j
arrested at Trenton, N. J., and trnus'
ferred t: the ITudson county jail at
Jersey city, to await the arrival of an
officer from California, tool: laudan
um Friday night and will probably
arrested at Trenton, N. J., and trans'
die from tho effects.
On last Saturday 'Lord" Gordon
shot himself at his rosideneo in
Ileadingly, near Fort Garry, Jlan-
. " .
arrested him, and ho romped to go
nn;ail rrUh ATn
quietly vvitn taem if they oaul not
go through the United State?, and
while in his room i-reparing for tho
journey he blew out what brains he
had with a pistol.
The International Congress, sitting
at Vienna, to consider tho best means
of checking the spread of cholera
or, as some dreadful people call it,
j the "International Cholera Congress"
propose to create a permanent com
mission, whose member are to visit
all places whe-ro tho disease rap-es.
The application for positions on this
commission are not numerous, al
though there will no doubt constantly
bo vacancies to fill.
The SiF.ru ex A. Doiolas Estate
in Chicaoo. The groat law suit long
pending between the heirs of the lato
United States Senator Stephen A.
Douglas and the executor of hi3 estate,
was decided ia Chicago on Monday,
by Judge Wllianis, in favor of the
heirs. This decision gives tho heirs, J
Eobert and Stephen, about a quarter I
of a millioa of dollars. It was made !
under tho following circumstances : i
When. Mr. Douglas died ho left Dr. i
V. lihodes, of Cleveland, as tho exe- i
cutor of hid property and real estate
in south Chicago. When it was
offered for sale Khodes had agreed
with one Dobbins that if ho bought
in all the property ho would take one-
taird oil his hands. This was done,
aca the speculators made an lmnir-nse
sum from their investments. The
at an executor cannot be
.directly or indirectly, in
.aso of property as his own
the judge to decided. IJut
ground tnat an executor cannot be
interested, directly or imlirroflv in '
one-half ot the value of the monertv
was decreed to the children; the
nt iab , , .. 1 1 1 .. . . i
vi-uci joinou uuiu nave gone to hi
widow, but she was barred, having
allowed too long a time to el ipso
before asserting her rights.
The Illi nois Democratic State Cen
tral Committe met Wednesday and
issued a call for a State convention
at Springfield on August '2(. Tho call
is made liberal enough to include all
oponents of the present Republican
administration and is endorsed bv
State ollicers will no doubt result.
The Lightnixo Stkokk. A dis
patch to the Louisvillef Ky. Courier
Journal Bays one stroke of lightning
killed sixpersons in Woodsord county.
Ky., Saturday night, viz : Mr. Murdy
and wife, Mr. Block, wife and daugh
ter, and a colored man living in the
same house. During the same storm
the lightning Btruck many points in
The informations from all portions
of the State report splendid crop
prospects, with exception of the to
bacco crop. The recent rasins have
helped this crop, but owing to an ex
treme ecarcety in plants, it is coni
ptllri to fall short at least one. half.
several prominent lienublicaus amon r . i n . t . r, -i
them beine editors and trorifnr, Af IW lilM. iVVVttt ! Jinffijtje
the Illinos Staats Zeitun.' and nf fho i i3t3iiIJ fi illjilh 18 1 -'I I i.I ' rHE PruatrrtlAn
Chicago Times. A union ticket for! . . : ; . i JZ?J2tfrl.
Tho hotels of Beaufort continue to
be crowded. The largest number have
been in attendance this season than
at any timo since the war.
Gov. Vanpo'and 'Gen. Leach, who
have canvassed both East and West,
agree as to the result of tho election,
that is as, follows.' Pool bytMA
at 10,000, " seven out of eiglfr
gress, an increased. majority m ifcln
houses of the General Assembly, !td
a complete demolition of Eadicalfcan
in tho State.
..H OTIC EI
I will o; cii a ii-iici-:il Ji.A ICli S Mi K t.Ut
lNKiSd in Tarlmro about the middle of
September, when 1 U;;je to tic
my uiimi'ioiis ir'i-cia a c-rm
August Till, lhi4.
The Celebrated ftSasscy
Warranted ncf to Clioke.
Refi.rto iiml-er.- of th; Lest f-ii jucts
Edfjeeoinbc t.uut v. X
'VV. r. 1, i:vis, Air'iit,
: 'ii)f '', f. C.
Also A:i i;l !', r the COFFIEIJ) COTTON
S'JKEW l'UI-'-S. Si :h! in ou;- ord.-rs ourlv.
August 7, 1U.
S will ivc TWO iiUNlUl-nj 1K?I.LAU4
li for the appn-l-.cv.sioii and arrest oAfatsOlJ'
B.srnl.ill, coloreil, 'vho i:a the uit,h', ,of'1v&j
10th, 1X74, bro'r.o U1 wr hou.o'. 14 tVitJr
son Durnhil! w.is raised tie.-;.- i-,hO, i'ttili,
N. C. Ho is at).-,i:t. r.ve ieetihrfeo UwUe fc;Jh
medium black, f.mr teeth is a liulc di:uat;Ji
but nine :;oik'. When In; left he li id ';v Ir.ui
behind his left t-.ir i r r;Lr,( tar, H'JiiQ
good ai.pearnee, ImS when w.r--a-.Ua:k
peuranee !;-.il him. .;1 i:,irvi:::i );.i-i a i'-i-o-thet
in the eil y i' lloston, il i." v.jfcpj '?t
is tryincr to make his way to Boston. "
i will eive the .-.hove rev. hr his arj-etl
so 1 can yet him. Address ' '
.1. I!. KhJ.sON' u; 0(T.
Ih-thel, i'itt Co., N. C, An:;. 7. , , .. f
E!IUES a r ii'..'.;: on :t a sth-vd .rpjivate
family as Tca-.'hT of tli- ' md'Mifrf
branches, h:c!r.d'..i'r Fi e:i.-U and Muii:., ,s?he
is t-'i.;i.n!V!!f.t t. !i:ul e::i!e;-'ii 3i'(. i- invh-
Q.r and i-i s'ue -.rood rcC-n-ni.-..''1"' 1
Marlboro, Pitt .., N. C
fTJlslE inideh'm'd .Ii'ers for sain hi3 ta-xt
jL cf 1 .nd, three i!ii!- from Sp.irt:-, a";ii
hig the ! in;! -- i.f .John i:--t, P.. It. Da ;'- aifl
Others, condiii'.v;- -l.VJ i-eres m.irc or lci4.-
The f.-.t m is we;! ad.u.tvd io the ::ilt;valijji j(
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.... . r-..
k. : !-.., a'.iu
diivr :.-iek '.-Pi
hirc ricnj-, iiiclmCne .eni.-ti;, lnnidcs 4 out medicine) of Speimatorrbcpa or Semi
vauii :iv, . ;. ;- v. :ii ir -in :, 14-iclii ! aal WcikncSa. Involur.tary Seminal Losses,
ton..; !-s i!::!!, eel- t-th-k. MV'tfr I-.potfticy, M.'iital and Phisical Incapacity
parntion w.d:,t ,;,.vst i-, hnc-k ihick. all ft Impediments to Marriaae, etc.; also, Con-
lur;-,-,t. ;.l !,( Me! ..j:,;,. .. !;
i.-.. " ':'"
,,, y- r,
c.ng new. ij'.,:i(i,n' m ::-noit o-
I rice ?.'., A'. ;:, -o tase, "a;a
cent.. 1. i V" r -.
July 3. jj.
- - . ...
N 1 ne,-a; .jbe ; ii, , the ioij.ho'.d.
crs of the mr l.n r Nnvi-jaton 0ift;.
the tour: itou.-c ill larhbau'
ance is r.-sv.
! Ui I v i'l ;U'
urt!t r 01
Dr. L. T
1 ' '
i. S S. J f j.
REGRO", 17. C. 'J
Jan. ;!, is?!.
N .F. QURNKAPn'S hh-"'
ji fc3 :Vs-;"t-JJ
iffW S o iUTfZTi,
'WMlM : 1 .f , Sftiir tllC Bridge,
ig ""&fS.-.; K - tnrstT--fe-T IT -
Sp? g 2j I .f r' ' C?-
i 5 P.-Sfr;
: N"'wv.- -- '. r.-ii
.A. CAED. ;,
VLU fSiESS M A K I K 0
A NI) Children's work for both .-ee? clone
by MBS. EMILY ('.. MrULXJAN.
Tarhoro', .I;:l' 10. it'w.
AN OPPORTUNITY SEL-
nitWj fit XT !'; TU I ' :
wuifi niiM i si? lit? :
TilK undersiinied o!ur
public his valuable
h 1 S l t ! II V:;j A h b il H Ml
U L E h i 5 U S MSital,
situate on the south .side of Tar Riwr, throe
m-les from sjparia, adjoiui.:- Upland ot
Kims Carr and others, coutamm
more, or less. The (ana is productive and in
good condition. Has an abnndmiee ot marl.
and is well adapted to tjie cultivation ot cot J
ton ami corn and oilier jrram. 1 hero are uj
ou the farm- a - -
DWELLING SOUSE' OF TE
nearly now, aud all necessary out-hoa-C3i
S-?-lhiily mail delivered at the -1SU;.
For further particulars, apply to
C. L. .VINES,
July24-4t. . Sparta, X. C.
Horner ft Graves1 School,
Hillsboro, N. C,
A Classical Mathematical, Scientific
and Military Academy.
EMJriieRsion bpgios the 2nd Monday iu
j?ird ai'.stfaiitiom, including fuel, washing,
mid fqqiislied roams, f 157.50 per ios
sion of uve itj weeks.
If INSTRUCTORS :
.7. li-HOrner, A. Jr.
It. H. (Jraves, A. M.
llnch Morson, Jr., University of Virginia.
Mnjc.r I). II. Hamilton.
A. W. Vena'ole, Jr., I'ot'frlikei'psie Com.
"Oireulnrs s.-r.t on application.
oaday in May.
For further particulars, apply to
MRS. M. F. PENDER, Principal.
T.irboro April 17, lfS74. '.ha
Ssctpoarding and Day
Ilillworo TS". C
ryilK Misses Nash and Miss Kollock will
X rt!jaB;iJ!e exercises of their school on
Fi idjs:utt'Jit!y,-Mi'l continue them twenty
wciC.fMaKi&in'forwArded on application.
ii AR ROOiVl.
''IlTE'uhdcrsigued especially calls attention
j-L to the citizens of Tarhoro' and surround-
odmTJilata slrt; h has Jst "P-
Sfcor'a . "oward'B Drug
firocerv and Bar Room,
whe- will keep supplied -with any thing
twht'iliroeery lh.e, and also the choicest of
tiifittors m his Car. Give me a call.
.' . S. L MOORE.
- Tarhoro', 10, lt71. tf.
Tarboro', II. C.
0, F. ADAMS, Proprietor.
'"rill-S HOTF.L IS NOW OPEN FOR THE
X accomodation of the traveling public,
a id no pains v.-jll he spared to make all who
eSfp r.t this Hotel comfortable and pleasant.
The tabic w ill be supplied with the best the
marki-t'afforda, and served up by experienced
h:md-i . The proprietor only ask a trial, for
th-.epii-rifi to be convinced.
. i O.F.ADAMS.
tfeiT' '171. tf.
Bank of New Hanover,
Caplta! & Surplus, $350,000
Mm AT TARBORO', N. C.
, rres't. j.v. uuxmii.vj. uasn-r
I r,-.,H-f'iili,i John Noi-neet.
W. GLuwU, Elisha Cromwell.
l'a'.:'K trai.r.cts a freneial banking: hus-
j muss.. Coiltcto in any part of the Lnitcd
States, fluys and sells Gold, Silver, Ex-
elfrfuf. '.'id Hank Notes and Stocks.
! 1-J.. Jr. JfJXAUJiJ
of :u hiurton, N. C,
' E j I. 1 I l. -0 ill.OOvb lO tUC Cill.CU'S OI IU!S
I ;11!tl adjoiniutf coumics, for patronage re-
I ( iived, mid respectfully so:icitsa continuance
. ' . idvi biinS(j!,Wi,h a
1 PUitab!c fcwtrument,' he is prepared for To-
' 4 Address me at Sparta, N. C
elia tuees :
Lewis, Elias Carr,
1 Fdccomhc ; Wm. King, W. R. Williams,
i 1 m count". ji
'Maiiiiood: Ho.v Lost, How
l .l.il nnn ixnpf a n&w .ilitinn
j of Dr. Cnlverweli's Celebrated
! 6i3h-S Essay on the radical cure (with-
J suuiptjon, r.puepsy and fits, induced by
i si ii-iaauigccce or sectual extravagance, &c.
: ihice, in sealed envelope, only six cents.
f J tie crtieura.eu autnor, iu tills admirable
j. Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
! years snoo?ful practice, that the alarming
: consequences of se'.f-abuse may be radically
j cured without the dangerous use of internal
m .iei:i or tbe aDnlication of tb knit-
i poiniir, out. a mode of cure at once simple,
( P,;., - -,.-., i, .lf ...:,,
I- ..... ...i... .... .
trvrrv jieiuj ri, aiaiiei vnau ins coii'iuiou
may l;e. mr.v cure himself cheaply, private
t ! y. ami tvoraU;.
j 5jS This Lecture t.honld bs in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Seat- under seal, in a plain envelope, to
Si-r tv pos stamps.
m.j wiuiroo. yf ii j(if;(f Kin TIJJL 111 MA CeillS
1 , .5 Jt . . t . 1 !- t
j ivoai-pss inn 1 r.oiisneik
'TEHRELL & BRO.,
3. A. WILIJAMSOX
t AXD DEALER IX
Boolst Shoes, Tin and Wood-
en ware, &c:
M:lui?.t., - Tiu'bow',X.C'
C o vrotiBaplist Female In-
Til--," "-- clllnln
has just closed the most
cssion of its history. The
i the same corns of teach-
t era, will fejgTu 1ft "Wednesday in October.
!J Ph'arir 's per session of nine months, payable.
I one-M!ff s'atfance, one-half lSiu Feb-
i r"?r-'i r'n1" at close of session.
- - Luerary Tuition and Board, $15S.
i- - ,'"U:ln(M!ch68, taught by the best
1 tK':berA WMy reasonable.
; 1 " vji.r.iiso, anuress
- A. MeDOWF.r.T. Pins'i
THESE Mills are in excellent Running or
der, and will make good Flour and Meal,
and woudSsf ?fii96j -who have wheat tluy
want frrosrm TbVite lis a trial.
! . liin KE.NCli & MOORE.
a Sparta, N. C.
j, I have on hand near W. E. Snc-frs house.
Three ,UBi0rc4 : Thousand feet of GOOD
SEASONED LUMBER, which 1 will sell at
low rates. e. h. EOOKE,
Kinstox, N. C, May 20, 1S74.
Mi-str. Ciilcer Brothers : We clieerfully
grant you permission to use our names as
you see proper in commendation of your
" Farmer Cookinj; Stove," for we regard it
as being altogether the best cooking stove
in use, and is all that is desirable in a stove
for it is simple in construction, has no dam
pers or flues to burn out, and bakes quick
and beautifully. We bespeak for you a
liberal patronage from oiu- neighbors and
friends, believing, as we do, tliat none who
purchase one of tht-se stoves will ever regret
it, but will consider it a ra: . priz. Your
enterprise merits success .v,A we hope you
will attain it.
James T. Askew.
W. II. Worth,
J. C. Ilai-tsfield.
J. J. Jloore,
W. T. I HI1,
Mrs. Susan lle!l.
J. C. Pridaen,
W. II. t'anningiai. sr.
S. C. Suaa,
J. E. tt Siigs,
T. C Ormond.
Richard C. Hill.
Mrs. M. J. Phillips.
L. If. Altlriue.
J. Ii. Taylor,
1. O. Titxlor,
It. il. ( ..tier,
Ii. F. Wiggins,
J. j. Xe-son,
dohn C. Wooten, Sr.
Dr. It. W. Woolen,.
Mrs. M. S. Rector-,
Geo. W. McDar.iel,
.lohn (.'. Wooten, Jr.,
1). H. liar: ison,
Wm. R. Hill,
V.. Y. Hill. '
Lexoir County, N. C, )
SurJ-'.raon Court. J
I, Wm. W. N. Hunter, Clerk of said Couri,
certify that the foregoiiis list contains the
names of respectable citizens of this and ad
joining counties, and that their statement as
ahove is entitled to full faith and credit.
Witness my hand and oflicial seal
rssAr.. at office in Kinston, X. C, May L'O,
1871. W. W. II. Hlw-ter.
July 10, 1871-2iu. Clerk.
To establish a Public Market
in the Town of Tarboro' and for
THE Mayor and Commissioners of the
Town of Tarijorougb, do enact and or
dain as follows :
Sec. I. That the east half of the lot desig
nated and described on the plan of said town
as Town Lot number lil'ty-six (oil), ljimr near
the County Jail on St. James street, and on
which a Market House has In en recently
erected, shall be, and the same, is hereby es
tablished as a public mr.ri.et jla v lor said
Skc. 2. No person or persons shall be per
mitted between the hours of three and eleven
o'clock iu the forenoon to sell or purchase
any slaughtered beet, pork, mutton or lamb,
poultry or es, at any place within tho cor
porate limits of said Town other than at. i lie
market-place herein1. elore dobbrnatcd.
Any person violating the; pro i.-i ins of ibis
section, shall be subject to a jn.n.iby of Two
Dollars, recoverable before any Ju -;;.; of the
Peace having jurisdiction thereof.
Sec. o. The rovisions o! this Ordinance
shall not be so construed as to prohibit the
sale cr purchase ol pickled pork or beef at
at any time or jdaee, or to prohibit the sale
or pureksii-e of ilauhtered hos during the
months of December, January and February.
Sec. -1. That this Ordinance sli.sil tiike ef
fect and be in full force from and alter the
loth dav of Jul v, lsr-i.
JOHN XOItFLEET, Mayor.
Henj. Nokfi ret,
Witness, ):. Whitchi:-:.
Tarbi.ro, N. C, July :!, !-t!. -li.
mm STABLES !
THE undersigned take-' jd'-asuo in inform
insMha public that he has cstat;'ished
In Williamston a large and tirst-chiss
Livery, Sale r.iul Exchange
at which he is prepared to hoard horses by
the day, week or monik. Having a good
stock of horses always oa hand, lie will sell
or exchange on reasonable terms. He will
also send passengers about the country at
moderate rates. Drovers will always find at
his Stables ami.le aceommodaiions.
James m. l. srm;soN,
Williamston, X. C.
P. S. Any person comnnmicatimr with him
can hive a conveyance sen: to anv jnrt de
sired. J.'M. L. S.
Jan. :;0, ISM. 1 y.
rpiIE Sislh Session of this Boarding and
L Day School for Misses and Young La
dies, commences Wednesday, the Kh dav of
July, and continues lull twenty weeks.
Board fiueluding washing, fu-.i, iie;;.;
and furnished rooms.) ST5.00
English Branches, sU.."0 to ? 15.00
Latin an.'. French, each, 5 Of)
Music, Piano. S'J . (iuitar. 15 00
len or twelve girls can Ibid comfortable
hoard in her father's family. Board, one half
m advance, luition at close of session".
- ircnlars furnished on application.
Miss C. A. CUES SHAW,
Louisburg, N. C, July ha
i steam engines.
i fop. KUXNi:i(i
i cotton gins.
"K would coll tb'; s'.-ecial aiten'ion of
Planters who ruin so many mules, lv
worki'ig to Cotton (iins, to the ahfive
j Simple, Cheap and Valuable
(Uie "t ';hj-r EniiK's !' 4 l- l:or.-c j.o'.v, r,
will run ten hours with half cord rf wood,
and will cany any sixe up to SO saws,
with perfect case, and v.iil run re'Uiai iy, uin
uiim cotton iu a moM, s.;:;.-.f icloi v manii'T.
We would under', ike to l;iv d.' n an Kn
gine of the six.e named .it Tai oori Depot for
Col. J. R. I.anier, of S"ilii:unton, N. C,
used one of tliem lat se.Kon, to whom any
person mieht rcn r. Il pianie
would be well to let u have ti e
Juno .,il .Ilv- ,,i,l .v..,;,. .,l
" ..... ..... .i.niiii.i i aim t
also Bartieid Coitcm (jiu, for which we are!
v aii ami examine cut, ami
, . 5-p"
tl Ullv ' . i . 4 t l J
Peace Institute, j
A BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL j
FOB YOUNG LADIES. !
It A. 1 J, II, N . o . i
The Fall Session eonmieiiees on Y'Ei;i."E8- !
DAV, the 'ord September, and continues !
without intermission to the middle of June 1
For catalogue and circulars containing full
particulars, kv.c, address " j
Uev. K. BUBWELL, !
July IT. ;,u
Palapsco Guano, Gilliam's
Fertilizer, Oyster Shell
Lime, rotas Ei Salts
ON HAND AND FOB, SALE.
Give him a call. jan.GO-tt
IJlIlllJjll LVUIl 131UVJ
STORE TO LET.
THE STOBE rdjoiniua: that of Mr. J. II.
Bell, uow occupied by Messrs. II. Mor
ris fc Bro.
For particulars, apply to
Jan. 16, 1ST4. tt
J. E. SIMMONS
' , AND X
PITT ST., FOUR pjm FROM MAIN
I MAtCBTTO ;OUsf.AijyTlllN,; 1N" THp
i 1 urniture line :nd also keen , s, ,, , 1 Hy
hand for sde CHEAP FOKcU ! n1 u
$ee my aim
I Kct'p on hand and furnish at t?ie 1
MAHOfiUANT, WALNUT, Popi
LAK & PINE COFFINS, au
Fisk's Patent Metalio Burial Case:,
I haye 'now a FINE HEARSE lor Lire o7,
funeral occasions. u
SME YOUR BACON !
The Panic is Upon Us !
Buy Where You Can Buy
I WOULD UFSPECTFULLY INFORM
the public that 1 bave opened, at the
stand formerly occupied by Mr. K. B. Alsop
Iu which can be found all kinds .
groceries, such as bacon, pork, flour, sugar,
coffee, molasses, &e., ifec, at the very
lnving been purchased when every thing
wa-. at its lowest. My friends and the pub.
lie will please call and see if a NEW BROOM
DOESN'T SWEEP CLEAN.
CALL AT ONCE.
H. A. SHURLEY.
March U, 1ST4. . Cm.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
THE uudersigned resjiactfully announces
that he has again opened business of a
on Church Street, near Mr. Dozier's Store.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
Particular care paid to
Also the manufacturing and repairing all
kinds of agricultural and general BLACK
SMITH WORK. - - - i e
An experience of over TWENTY YEARS
in Edgecombe is suJlicient testimony to my
capability. I respectfully return thanks for
the various manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to coutiuue to de
Nov. S-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTA1N.
: ; -AND ' ' ;'A ' "
li us ni l
rflUE undersigned has taken the Agency
I for thia octfo,ffi : W-M.- B. TANNER
i & CO., of the
or ntCitMorD, va. ' :
lie v,;!! furnish any machinery of their make
at factory prices and c'e estimate for pro
posed new machinery,- tberfeby saving much
delay in correspondence and the expense of
a trip to their shops. The Engines and
Saw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni
favor with our people every day.
Pleasure will be taken in pointing out the
peculiar features and advantages of these
II. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'I Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
R. A. SIZER,
Main Street, ; -Tarboro',
4 LL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
ii. taken in exchange, such as Ruw Hides
Fui S, ite.
Lager Beer & Wine
OPENING of the celebrated Summer Lancer
Beer (Buck) on Friday, May 2SUi IH'i,
from the Brewery of Jacob Seefrer, Haiti-
Friends of a jrood t'Qol 'la8 of beer, are
1. S 1 have built a platform at my farm
I ...m a . -..n i... ..... !,... n
i "'-""J' I"-cinfi iucikwic .cmuu. -
! NEW BOOKS !
NEVv7 BOOKS ! !
Just receive,! at the -
Tarboro Book Store
a supply of
Also qnite an assortment of
at New York retail priee,
April 10, 1S74. if.
J. A. WILLIAMSON
! CiirriilfiC ManilfaCtlllHT
AT HIS OLD STAND,
j 4 NY6tyleof Vehicles made to order at
! j. short uoiice.
j Xj Special attention paid to KEPAIR-
i i KG, a;ul executed with dispatch.
! Oct. li, is73.-tf; i , '.
ii r a j i ii nil lucj
t i i
For sale by .? J. M. 8PRA.GIN8.
Tarboro', Mar. 13, 1S74. tf.