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E. R. STAMPS,
FEIDAY. : : : : EEPT- 4. 1874
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ti thfre i any ei.f
peculiarly marks this
this njre in America, it
man i a lor t.lacK.
and physical blackness are at its
hei-ht. The blackest crimes
societv, intellects of tie blackest
iil-r.r.cs rtniMiv f-i'a iMipa ft:--,l 1v
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the most brilliant geniuses, and
men occupy the highest offices, con
troling the wealth and intelligence
of the county, having no other
qualification than a black skin.
Xow blackness is the absence of
co i or ana tue ana k
in tla metaphors,
the alienee ui' corre
;e I:- .-. ;!
at I.1 ,c-k
d'.-VO: 1 UK
lit.-s is not t
c .hdki mi ..:f
tvee as u:at
tiling's sVMii'u i;
iii ir lit is not i tic norma!
world. It mus: therefore be ex
pected that tha blackness that now
rules supremo in this country will
yield so soon as men arc brought to
c- reauzution or : :e mcompatioiutv
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lal. moral and physical
, ... . ,
id a high development
LeaviDg aside ail metaphors and
Cintinsng our oo.-civat:ons to the
practical questioii as to what race i
shall rule America, it is impossible '
to form any other hvrothesio than :
tnat tne white race, the lir?t con- , thought, says the Raleigh News, it
(iuerors of the soil and its inLei i j iu:i,?5Sible that he should have made
tors for generations,! continue to such a statement to the Herald cor
govcrn it in the future. Placing ; respondent, fyr while there is no
out of consideration all other rea- man in the State possessing more
sons than that of wealth and intel, j thoroughly the admiration of the
ligence, these arc of themselves suf- ! people, we know he will never fore-
hctent to guarantee their control.
Ivj where in history can it he found
nun uivj-j eie.iiv.iLs, f nen uncoil-
trolcd by monarchical despotism, j under date of August 27th;
have long submitted to ignorance j "Jers. Editor ; The many
and vice. It is against the nature j inaccuracies occuring in the report
of thing', as impossible as it is for : of what purports to be an "inter
truth to remain crushed to the i "j"'" n mpy nf 2?tr
f,artjj ! York JItrahl, betwen one of its re
" .' porte-s and myself, I do not care to
It is weil then tnat u should be correct, as they are mostly immate
always insisted upon, thai while the j rial. Eut the concluding state
white race will always respect the ! went, that admitted that it was
rights of every citizen, tlv intr-nd
to r exert the govern in -
ence in the affairs
Oi tills nation.
lne light will shine nuke upon all.
bat will not submit to bj relinked
THE PASLIEr. AND HIS CONDI-
i. :i '.
.ccasion a iO.v oavs
the Ualeigh 'evs, to
diner w.ui the Jsew York
ot tjrii.nvi:e and the Pnltiror.vo
Gazette as to the probftll- -rri.-ral !
condition of the H-yi'Ai this Fall.
We have hince made
cV-e in-i-i i
iton sections i
ries itito the general cot
of Xcrth Carolina and the proballe
condition of the fanner and tlie
business communities oT these see
non. a comr-arcd with the last few
year?, an 1 we r.r
tisfled that we
are correct m so tar ris Xortli
Carolimt was cr-ticc-rned. There
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was 'ise-l the present year 40
cent, less of fertilizers tfian
year ; the former had but l:;t'o or
no credi:. with the merchant, and
has ncrn cornnellen ' void: !
1 aim an-t itnpioy i;:.s lat-or at the
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least possible c:Ht,
and hence it is
c-.stin.:.tcl that the -i-i;crul cotton
cn-.p ui tne It-tate has been ma.lc
expense every wov
tn.in iierc tofore. while the crop v,i!l
be a good one. Asa consequence,
the incoming crop will put the
tanner in a more neauhv cond
nas on if
'j')eu ;or raany vears. i
enabled to relieve hiin
cai extent of thr nl.l
sou t a
debts which, he has had to carry,
the results of former extravagance ;
he will become to a greater or less
extent independent of any one mer
chant, and will then be enabled to
buy his goods as cheap as other
people, and thereby save from 20 to
GO tier cent.
Put all these thiivs together,
make th? farmer more independent
an 1 we cannot see what is to pre
vent a more healthy trade one
wanting in that wild feverishness
111 t 1 . 1 1
wh;ci. na, cuaiaciciize.t trade lor
the last lew years, but somctbin'
that will indicate lhe boinninx of
that prosperity whicli will sooner
or later ho Mirs if v.e but exercise
that prudence winch past cx,,crnc0
Our coutcniprarics who have
; takcn up t!.,JLcussion othe cm-
i vonion nue-stion on the negative,
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' use rather strange logic in their ar
! gu.-nciit?. They say they desire, as
much as those of us who first aJvo-
! catcJ the measure, the calling of a
convention, but :iro convinced it
wc'uM not tn'.-et with the endorse-
nu n t of tho peopio. Now it is pre-
s-uir.o l that the press of the btate
have seine influence with the people
;.in! would do much to show them
I tl0 .-.-cut need of change in our or-
ganic lav.-, were it to use its power
in i!mc direction instead of making
po--;-h' more oppeseed to it by j
.-Lr.viitg the unpopularity of the
We have no doubt that j
the "Wilmington Jovmal, the Hillss
boro Ju'corJt'i; as well as the En-
iu:rci--Sonthcner. are no more anx.
i iuus ui iisK iue ncai vi iuc jjanjr
than other papers who take oppo
site views.but they believe the meas
ure thev advocate to be right and
: showing' the neonle its correctness.
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I Ul course when the Legislature
assembles and duly considers the
matter, if it is of the opinion that
the unpopularity of a Convention
would annul the good results to be
! gained from it, and that it would be
to the prejudice of the Democratic-
1 Conservative party in the State,
.M oppose its call most stren -
Uj isiv. It Oil the Other hand, how-
fvtr. these gentlemen who represent j
e very portion of North Carolina j
and are presumed to know the sen- j
timcntot its people, should think!
the measure feasible, we should ap
prove their course and do all we
could for its success.
We believe the people of North
Carolina could be very easily edu-
eaten to tne importance of a change
j . . . , . . . ,
o: our constitution, and it is right
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j here that wematerially dirTer with
our friends of the opposition.
WE THOUGHT IT WAS A MIS
TAKE. The following letter from Gover
nor Vance explains itself. We
the action of a Convention by
my such assertion. Says he, in a
iouur io ine vnarioite uoserver.
fluitc Proba1jle 1 would be a candi
date for Governor at the next?elec-
' rr.r..rt.-,. rrlcfnl- 7,1 ,L.
j soft impeachment. As at present
advised, I have no desire or inten-
tin whatever of becoming a candi
date for the position ; and if I did,
I should not tliis fur nh
! take to forestall the free action of
the Conservative-Democradv party.
Z. B. Yasce."
(Jl t'"' var'ous gentleraeu whose
i n arncs nave i-.pon sii!T(rstl F.
Positlon of Speaker of the House,
we Know ot none that wa would
more rcatlilJ endorse than that of
e V-Strong Esfl-. of Wake.
.ur. strong 13 an able lawyer, a
polished gentleman and a true
Democrat, and would make a num
ber one presiding officer.
Tne regular monthly report of
contributions for the Orphan Asy
lani for August shows a lamentable
j falling off, Mr. Mills, the Super-
...., nnjc ii;at iue iioeraiiiy
j of July made it possible to bear the
j indigence of August ; but SeD-
teubei- is dependent on itself."
lien Butler is said to have no
lea of risinincr the conrrpnial
associations to be found at Wash
ington. He will again run for
Congre-s in the Sixth Massachu
setts District. It is thought two
year., more service in Washington
cannot damage his character.
We are indebted to Capt. R. T.
Fulghum the Secretary, for a corns
plimentary ticket to the approach
ing fair of X. (J. Agricultural Soci
ety commencing the 10th of October
The cotton crop in one of the dis
tricts of Vera Cruz, which last year
yielded three hundred thousand
pounds, this year exceeded six hun
drcd thousand pounds.
'I he press upon us caused by pub
lishing the County Financial State
ment is our apolo2V for the small
amount of original editorial matter,
Johnson lias triumphed in Tennes
see, it would seem, the irrepressible
A. J., ior it is said that ha will almost
certiiirilv lut ola..fn,l t... i. i t
i;jlature toiUccede .q
The Democratic majority in Ken-;
tucky for Clerk of the Court of Ap
peals is nearly 70,000.
The grasshoppers have devoured
nearly every thing in Kansas except
ing the politicians.
Very soon the English sea coast
will be dotted with aquarium9, and
no seaside resort will be complete
The Democratic convention of Mis
ouri has nominated Charles II. Har
din, for Govenor, and Norman J.
Coleman, for Lieutenant-Govenor.
Governor, Lieutenant Governor and
three Congressmen is what the Bos
ton Post claims for the democrats in
j the next election.
Montgomery Blair is making a
very safe contest, so far, for the nom
ination for Congress in the Vlth
Nine tenths of the.'militia of Louis
iana are negroes, and Kellogg would
arm them 'in the interest of peace
and order (?).'
General Beauregard has reached
the apex of his fame. He has been
elected Honorary Piesident of a New
Orleans base ball club.
The debt statement shows a de
crease for the month of a trifle over
one and a half million ; coin in the
Treasury seventy-one million ; cur
rency sixteen and a half million.
A new noataze stamD. to be issued
' to postmasters for the purpose of
! ffixim thpm to nAvuramn nndor
the new rates, which go into effect;
the first of next year, will shortly be j
. s ... j
held general elections thus far in I
1874, six cast the electoral vote in
1872 for Grant This year the Re
publicans have suCceded in carrying
but one, Ehode Island, in which the
Democrats offered no opposition
The President of France has sign
ed a decree ordering elections to be
held early in October to fill the sever-!
ai vacancies tnat exist in tne cuamber.
These elections will show pretty clear
ly how the contending parties stand
in that republic.
The New Yort Tribune of Saturday
says that from the careful reports
printed in its columns that morning
the out-look for the Fall trade,
though not very bright, is far from
discouraging. These reports embody
the views of representative men in
several great branches of mercantile
buisiness,andmay be considered as af
fording a truthful out-look.
It seems to b oonceded that ex
Yice President Hamlin will be re
turned to the United States Senate
by the Legislature of Maine. Mr.
Hamlin is the only member of the
Senate at this time who also a mem
ber of the lamous Senate of 1850, a
body that numbered among its great
men Daniel Webster, Stephen A.
Douglas, Henry Clay, Beverdy
Johnson, Lewis Cass, Thomas H.
Benton, John P. Hale, William Day
ton, Daniel S. Dickerson, William H.
Seward, Thomas Corwin, Salmon P.
Chase, John Bell, Sam Houston and
others of scarcely less note;
Southern Outrages j
The Now York Tribune aays very i
truly : i
The almanac makers who adhere to I
toehold style of prognostication would
be justified in running down the pa
ges aerotea to tne tnree months im
mediately preceding the fall elections
the stereotyped warning, 'About this
time look oat for outrages in the
Bouthern States.' The supply of this
commodity is always equal to the de
mand ; or at least, the politicians take
care that if the outrages are scarce
the most shall be made of what they
are- HoweTer quiet the South may
be from November to August, be
tween August and November, in the
language of the bypochondrical pat
riot in the play, tbe country is in a
Old John Hobison'g circus has been
billed for Petersburg, Va.
The Bishop of Lichfield, England,
will attend the coming Convention of
the American Protestant Episcopal
The enemies of Beecher are far less
dangerous to him thin his friends.
If the Tilton expoit knocked 'the 'Life
of Christ' higher than a kite,' the
riot at Plymouth Church has knock
ed the rerort of the committee higher
the the 'Life of Christ.' New York
On 45 Saw COTTON GIN, can be seen at
the Old Stand of Plummer. Lewis & Co
E. H. PLUMMER,
Sept. 8.-tf. per Sledge.
The Steamer COTTON PLANT will re
sume her regular trips on Tar River on
Monday, 7th September.
JOHN MYERS' SONS.
Sept. 8. 2t
Gline's Slate Roofing Paint
Protection against Fire and
A considerable amount used in the county j
and gives entire satisfaction.
T. E. LEWIS, Agent
Tarboro, Sept. 8. m
ON TUESDAY, the 15th of SEPTEMBER
next, I will rent out for the ensuing year
or for three years, at the premises, the lands
belonging to the heirs oi Richard Bynnm, de
ceased. Terms will be made known on ren
tal day. JAS. H. EXUM, Gnard'n.
t warneld 8 00
A Statement shoieing the Financial
transactions of the Board of
Lounty Commissioners from the
1st day of Sept. 1873,fo the 31f
day of August, 1874, viz :
Sept. 1. Geo Pender digging grave 1 50
Jos E Simmons making coffin 4 00
Willis Bunn work on bridges 7 00
Jas Suramerlin cleaning out
well poor house 12 00
Nancy Petway for support 2 00
Lucy Norfleet " 4 00
Bettie Mills " 5 00
Ed Zoeller holding inquest
(L Savage) 0 05
W D Kicks taking tax list nd
Township services 20 00
Judy Batoholor for support 'J 00
Charity Jackson witucs.s ticket 2 03
Oct. C. W'm Cook lumber for Teat's
bridge and part payment
Wm Cook part payment Ses-
soin's bridge " 723 49
Wm Cook part payment Tar-
boro bridge 700 00
H L Leggett for build'mg
bridge across gut 304 81
B G Brown Township set vices 6 00
C L Drake hauling sand C II 1 75
J H Moore work on bridge 33 74
W A Bassett for lumber &c 3 20
K 8 Taylor Township services 5 00
H C Bullock for arresting prig
oners 2 00
W T Godwin making coffin 4 00
H C Bullock for arresting pris
oners 1 00
H L Leggett township services 4 00
B J Keech for supplies to poor
, from 24th Miy to 81st July 820 84
B J Keech making out and
copying tax list 1873 894 90
B J Keech for supplies to jail
and books for use ot Regis
ter's office 91 53
B J Keech for supplies from
1st Aug. to 30th Sept. 1873 555 9"
V T Godwin as fee in 8tate
cases 10 95
John A Davis fees as constable ti 00
" " services and fees
as constable 4 10
l)r L L Staton mediciues for
prisoners 5 50
Or L L Staton medicines and
services for prisoners 21 00
Arch Braswcll building Swift
Creek bridge 200 00
B Ettes taking tax list and
registering voters 1S73 18 01
C 8 Camper Township services
and wo.-k on bridge 5 50
W P Mabsou services as Clerk
Board Trustees 9 35
A MeCabe Township services 7 00
McD Mattewson " " 2 00
Dr W A Duggan services as
Superintendent Poor 153 00
Noah Tedder services at poor
house 37 50
Margont Turner services at
poor house 18 00
W II Kniicht wagon for poor
house 125 00
C L Drake serving notices as
constable 5 60
J W Draughon Trwnship scr
vices 1 72-73 20 00
B L'ryau lor lerliar and com
mitting prisoners H47 80
L L Staton paiut for Asvlunt 1 C5
J H Odom taking tax lift 10 00
Willis Buun " " 10 00
J R Odom Township services 12 CO
Bettie Brody for support
Hans Newton "
Sally Brown "
Harry Garrett "
Isaac Joyner "
C'indei ilia Hearn "
Mark Wimberly "
Nancy Lewis "
Hannah Harrison -Mana
D 8picer "
Winny Lankly "
Esslck Knight and wife supp
Caroline Thorne for support
Chasy Fleuiming two
Jameo Lloyd "
Cherry Waller "
Pattie Moore "
MatUda Batts "
Jndy Butchelor "
Clara Hilliard "
Tempy Landing "
Britton Edwards "
J B Batts,
Ell Knight and wife
Elizabeth Godwin "
Silvy Shurley "
Nathan Stokes "
Koanna Batts "
Hannah Danic! "
Sally Glover "
Caroline Hales "
George Wilkins "
Essick Cobb and ,.: "
Mary Tolston "
Nan v A Jones "
Mary E Sumruerliu
Mary Thomas "
Ixnisa Brink ley "
Eunice Keel '
Luco Kevis "
Nancy Savage "
Amanda Hammond "
Burney Folford "
Jacob Knight '
Violet Dancy "
Edith Mooring "
Louisa Lawrence "
Louisa Williams for lunatic
Elcy Walker for support
Dempsey Bembry "
Klorenctt Price "
Peter Norville "
Nancy Edwards "
Polly Mosely "
Eliza Price "
Susan Powell "
Mariah Wimberly "
Sally Webb "
Nancy Todd "
Nancy Barlow "
Dilly Iliutou "
Oct. T. J II XI Jackson taking census
colored children 15 45
Charlotte Dancy for support 8 00
R S Pejway tor fees as consta
ble for 18f! and '70 52 85
S Fountaiue for fees as Justice
of tbe Peace 50.0
B J Keech for fees from Oct.
1st, 1874 to Sept. 30, 1873 209 C5
B J Keech for services as Sec'y
Board Education 42 00
M P Edwards per diem and
milage 28 00
Mcl) Mathewson per diem and
W T Godwin pr diem & milage 30 00
Jno C Dancy " " 24 00
iM a Bellamy " " 26 40
B J Keech " as clerk 34 00
oosn Killebrcw jury ticket 5 00
j j uancy services Board Edu-
catiou 24 00
mcu Mathewson services B'rd
Ji-aucation 24 00
i uouwiu servics Uoard
aaucation k; oo
o eeiiaray services Board
JLaucation 12 00
n. r jiawaras eerviecs Board
Education 14 00
Oct. DRW Reasons witness ticket 7 00
M P Edwards per diem and
milage 5 00
Jno C Dancy per diem and
milage o 00
McD Mathewson per diem
and milage g 75
W T Godwin per diem and
B J Keech clerk per diem
Nov. 3. Tarboro Souther adv.
iea jjuory digging grave
Dilly Hinton for support
W A Pool cement for jail
Geo S Ilawes tinning jail
r001 296 46
Plummer, Lewis & Co.,
bolts, &c 1 40
Nancy Savage services at
poor house 3 00
I W Garrett Township ser
vices 2 00
David Lane Township ser
vices g 00
W T Gorham taking tax list
W T Gay " .
J no N Taj lor " "
Theo Thomas "
W J Calhoone "
W Jones witness ticket
Ann Mana Jones for nursing
There has been a great falling off in town
taxes this year, not a cent having been lev
ied on real estate to work the streets.
I hereby give notice to town tax-payers
that I have the list in my bands for collec
tion. They must come forward and pay
their taxes ; no indulgence may be expected.
I hereby notify all persons, who have not
taken out their license for hogs, to go to H.
Wbitehurst and get them. Town Ordinance,
No. 11, will be inforced against all failing to
do so within ten days from this notice.
Horse law, Ordinance No. 8, will also be en
forced. I hereby notify all persons who have uot
paid their street tax to come forward at
once and do so, or they will be dealt with
according to law. A word to tbe wise is
sufficient. J. B. HYATT,
Sept. 4.-2t. Town Constable.
Shoicing the Number of Day the
Board has been in Session and
the per diem and milage each one
received from the 1st day of Sept.
1873, to the Zlst day of August,
1874, viz :
The Board was in Session 24 days,
M. P.Edwards, Chm'n,
20 days, $40 00
Traveling 424 miles at
5c. 21 20 $61 20
McD. Mathewson 4
days, 48 00
Traveling 117 miles at
5c. 5 85
W. T. Godwin 23 days 4S 00
iravenng 3U miles at
5c. l 50
N. B. Bellamy 13 days 26 00
Traveling 320 miles at
5c. Ifi 00 42 00
J. C. Dancy 7 days 14 00
D. W. Harris 12 days 24 00
I, B. J. Keech, Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners, do certify
that the above statement is correct as
per the minutes as kept by me.
Test, B. J. KEECH,
Cl'k Board Co. Com.
Sept. 4. 4W
Ransom Hadley and his son Bill under con- quires more of an effort than you feel capable I -tract
to work for the undersiened during of makinz J lhe attention onplamcr-: aud
the year, have left against my consent. This
is to warn anv one from emnlnvincr thrm nn.
der the penalty of the law.
JO. D. JENKIN5.
Ausr. 28. 3t
T V F? "FT "fc
ETIUfAIl? h r A nPFJfV
f Llfl ALL ALAULllll
rpilE Second Term of the Fall Session will
m commence jscptemoer sist.
TERMS PER SESSION OF 20 WEEKS :
Board, including Engiish Tuition-. . -f 100 00
Tuition for day pupils-. . .fid, f l and82 00
Music, with use of Instnuuent ... 30 00
Vocal Music 16 00
month. Pely, all charge, payable hall
For further particulars, address
MRS. GEN. PENDER. Princin.5
References : Rt. Rev. Thos. Atkinson Mai
Jos. A. Enselhard, Wilmington, N. C; Rev.
j. a. nesnire, v. v., Hon. Geo. Howard, W.
M. Pippen, D. Pender, Esqrs., Tarboro, N. C.
AUg. SO. flt
Reduced Rates of Freight
NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON, N. C.
1 Schr. Carolina
Will receive freight in New York on or
aooui ist at.tri ember.
Schr. Nelly Potter,
Schr. Mary Louisa,
Freight taken at 10 per cent, off Ilea-
S. R. FOWLE & SON,
w. a. rui To.
Aug. 28, 1874.
For sale by j. M. SPRAGINS.
Tarboro', Mar. 13, 1871. tf.
rpHE 8ixth 8ession of this Boarding and
JL Day School for v Iftfipa nun Vnnn.. T -
Day School for Misses T . I
rliiui ti- 1 , . . I
luuimcuOT n eunesuay, tne Jstn day of I
July, and continues lull twenty weeks.
r.,i , , .
r( lnc "dlnS WnST. fael, lights
Latin and iwr - ' . . V. " "fX!
aiuBic, i-iano, uultar,
Teu or twelve" girl, can find comfort
board in her father's family. Board, one half
in advance. Tuition at clos of seiuion.
Circulars furnished on application.
Miss C. A. CRENSHAW,
Louisburg, N. C, July 3, 1874. 1m
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Near the Bridge,
, ixr. o.
J. A. WILLI AS0H
Boots & Shoes, Tin ai.d Wood
en Ware, &c.
Tn rlorc, IS. C
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOKS ! !
J ust received at the
Tarbaro Book Store
a supply of
Also quite an assortment of
at New York retail prices,
April 10, 1871 tt
THE Store occupied at present by M. JR.
Jones, will be for reU on the 15th of
September next. The location is one of the
most desirable in Tarboro for the Drv Goods
and Grocery business.
Terms easy. Apply to
J. A. WILLIAMSON.
VMTOHKINU rEOPLE-Ma'e or Feiuiilo,
M Employment at home, $:)0 per week
warranted, no capital required. Particulars
and valuable sample sent free. Address with
S cent return stamp, C. ROSS, Williamsburg,
N. Y. 4w.
Coughs. Golds, Hoarseness,
. AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. 4w
Episcopal Female Institute.
Under charge of CHRIST CHURCH, Win
chester, Va.: Rev. J C. Wheat, A. M., Princi
pal, (formerly Vice-Priu. Va. Few. Inst.,)
with competent assistants in the various de
partments of English, Matbematics, Natural
Science, Languagef, Music, vocal and instru
mental, Drawing and Painting. The Session,
of ten scholastic months, begins Sept. 2, 1874,
Circulars of course of studr, terras, &c,
gent on application to J. C. WHEAT, Win
chester, Va. References: The Bishop and
Clergy of the Prot. Epis. Church of tbe Dio
cese of Virginia. 4w.
Dr. Sharp'e Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
CompKiBt, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
8our Stomach, Water brash, Heartburn, Dow
Spirits, &c. In thirty-five years never failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druggists generally. WM HOWARD, agent
for Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
Will buy a
FIRST MORTGAGE PREMIUM BOND
Industrial Exhibition Co..
Authorized by the Legislature ot t ie State of
First Premium Drawing.Sept. 7, 1874
Capital Premium $1000,000
Address for Bonds and full information,
MORCENTHAU, BRUNO A CO.;
Financial Agents, 23 PARK KOW. N. Y.
P. O. Drawer -MJ. Adplications for Agencies
HAVE YOU TRIED
J U R UBJEJS.1.
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ?
Are you so Languid that any exertion re-
Then try JUEUBENA. the wonderfn1
I Tonic and InvinrniMtjir uhi, i, r, i,oofl
dally on the secretive organs as to impart
vieor to all the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic aDnetizer. which stimu
10 alcoholic appetizer, which stimu- "eiure coutu sujrsre-t has bcu Ieit undone to
r a short time, only to let the sufferer -jak;. t"em the moat rcliai.ie and perfect Cot
lower depth of misery, but it is a V'n Iuma,ktt- As t"'- result of our
le tonic acting directly on the liver "torts ye need only refer :, their established
fall to a
I vegetable tonic .iciino- tii-Ai.Mv
Itregnlate. theBowels,quiets the nerve,,
I system as to soon
uiu kivo bucii a neauny tone to tue wnole
m mfil-e tha inrgiM faui in,
Its operation is not violent, but is charac-
terized by ereat eentleness : the Datient ex-
5 ,,... nKeV?
8nlt8' ijEfi".11? ht8 VLe8
" Fold their tents, hkebe
periencee no sudden change, no marked re-
An silently steal away."
i i ii in ik Tin nw n n n nr
.uo to uv auu UUL11CU U1BUU Vtfry, UUl
pronounced by the hiebest
medical authorities, "the most powerful
tonic and alterative known,"
Ask your druggist for it. For wle bv
WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New York.' 4w.
r & ma,
TARBORO', N. C.
A LLkfcdsor REPAIRING prompUy at-
-extended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE 8HOPS. Enquire for the New
snops near mhi street.
Aug. Z3, 1U7S. ly
Tarboro', N. C.
0. F. ADAMS, Proprietor.
Tms hotel is now open for the
accomodation of the traveling public.
and no paius will be spared to make all who
stop at this Hotel comfortable and pleasant.
The table will be supplied with the best the
market affords, and served up by experienced
hands . The proprietor only ask a trial, for
ice pnbuc to be conviuced.
O. F. ADAMS.
Jan. 2, 1874. tf.
GBAXD, SQUARE & IPitlGHT
Have received nowarda of FIFTY FTRST
PUffurrruo j -
'ai-j uu are among tue tiesr now
made. Every instrument fully warranted for
years, rnces as low as the exclusive
nse of the very best materials and the most
thorough workmanship will permit The
&IJMU compos, and the
?PUIZ"a?lU ?0UC. 01 lne 8.nla
cialiy. unite in the unanimous verdict nf.h.
mttrv111,? stieff PIANO. The
DL RARII.ITT nf nn. nii.i,... s. I
DURABILITY of our Instruments is fully
established by over SIXTY SCHOOT 4 AN n
rt I rr.ra i ,1. ...!. w" .
, . " l"c using over aw 01 1
our Pianos. - - -.
Sole Wholesale Aeents for aeveral of n,B
rincipal manufacturers of Cabinet and Pnr.
or organs ; prices from 50 to fB00. A lih.
era! discount to Clergymen and Sabbath
A large assortment of second-hand Pinnna
at prices ranging from "5 to $300, always on
Send for Illustrated Catalncmp.
the names of over2,0()0 Southerners who hVve
bought and are nsinff thH Stipff Pian
wareroomfl,No.0North Lirty St..
Factories, 84 & 80 Camden 8t., and' 4o' c& 47
terry ot. Jnne 13 tf
nPHE dwelling corner Pitt and Trade Sts.,
X formerly the Bank. Lot full
100 ieet square. Main bnildinp- hrlnt 19
large rooms, inclndin? basement, heslrtna
vault and closets. Outer walls from 3 bricks
)irMvivu w alio V ICUflk A X-4 UTICK L11CK, &11
iurred. Main roof slate addition tin. Fen-
cing new. Building in good order.
rnce ww, fiaou cash, balance at 8 nor
cent., 1, -J, 3 and 4 years.
OUR MOTTO !
At D. LICIIEVSTETV . rvs
N. B. Fine stock Cigars always on hand
May 6, 1874. ly
Misses Nash & Miss KolIoclT
Select Boarding and Day
Ilillstoro IV. O-
THE Misses Nash and Miss Kollock will
resume the exercises of their school on
Friday, i.'4th July, and continue them twenty
weeks. Circulars forwarded on application.
STORE TO LET.
THE STORE rdjolning that of Mr. J. H.
Bell, now occupied by Messrs. H. Mor
ris ft Bro.
For particulars, apply to
t GEO- HOWARD.
Jan. 16, 187L tf
M. L HUSSE
W ft V 1 a -vr -a T nnlAnn
Mil! Aft i' ' X
mjm.n 1iiiJiiii ail a iiivijm i
; E. SIMMOHS,
MARKET GREATLY DE-! CAIiJNET 3IAK' :W
MORALIZED ! i UNDERTAKER
SPRING GOODS JUSf W
OPENED I ' I
VI UIMUIS . , bai, !()r S1,MI;. PKoiicUfl "!
see iny ' 1 i; ,
Bought Since the De-
i Undertaker's Department
rplIE UNDERSIGNED HAS .HT
turned from New York '.vi'h a l:ire
selected stock of
Swiss Muslins, Nah,
sook, Victoria Lawns, .Jaco
net CambricsiQucsinen Iinns,
Hamburg aud Cash's Standard Triumiitis,
Hemsticli3d and Embroidered Handler
chiefs, Tics, Collars and Cufl's, in great
variety, Belts, Marseilles, Qailtt,
Napkins and Table Cloths,
iients', Ladies' and
Please give him a coll before purchasing.
T. H. GATL8N.
Tarboro, N. C, April 27, 1374.
...1F . v
The Brown Cotton Gin.
clled to the above old : nd reliable tuakt of
I gotten diiis. They are laruishcd this v-ar
I ?rL'?t! y iluProv''d. il'Jd nothing whicii an ex-
penence oi imrty years in their manu-
- I facture could surice-t has b u left undone to
reputatton aTidwide-sprea.iiopiilurity, For
I . ; " .muqu-n-
uj ui prouuceci, we cnallen'e comtieti-
nun. ncare prepared io trairnnt to anv
reaenaiie extent perfect satisfaction to every
Planter or operator, lhe Gins are sold at
n lowest possible prices ior good machines,
.luu uu icaiuuuuic iiTuis. v e invite exam
ination of the samnles in tho banrls rf nur
j local agents who will -ive all desired iufor-
I j . srr " - -
P"5 using: the Gins in ail sections of the
?. , Plantn?r country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, mav lie olitMnpfi
of our agents or by addressing
litis BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London. (Intoi
Pendeb & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
jJitij oiu, Jolt y
THREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
Store, third door from the Court Hnnsc.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Appiy to, M. W KDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', Feb. C, 1S71. if.
WAGONS & CARTS,
Thg Best Ever Made in
Best Ever Mai
Will be disposed of cn easv terms to resnnn
sible parties, Ijy
H. A. WALKER,
at Foundrv ia Tarboro' N. C.
March 20, 1S74. Sm.
I TTM TTOWATJD
DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES,
&C, SrC, &C.
Opposite the " Enquirer" Olrir;-,
TARBORO, X C.
Dress Making Eiiipoi'iiiin
Tlf KS. S. E. SPIER, would respectfully in-
forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin-
ty that she has opened an establishment iu
the brick store next door to W. S. (. lark's,
wnere ene ls Prepared to
Ou.t, T?it ial 3Xjtls:e,
TV ,r,,, n ,
Ladies and Children Dresses iu tl
K,u-. k IV. r:""a-' ilails
1 .. vrnr t i ' t t . . .m 1 1 1 iv ,1T i n.r...
r.D e r sl'"uou.
li,rea -u xo'- tf
TEL. T. COKER
AGENT FOR THE
Celebrated AVlieeler Wilson
. T.. 7t.. . .
omen ptiitrA&ai.s ail otuer .Machines
HODIO Shuttle Iladline,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use
Price from $25 to $75.
KtW The public is invited to call and ex-
amine my Machines before purchasing. j
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
TARBOUO' IV. C.
Dec 7, 1872. iy
chamberlalx & rawls,
"pvEALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, FINE
- Watches Sterling Silver
Ware Silver Plated Ware,
Fine Watches Repaired Failhfnlly
and Scientifically, and Warranted -?a
TARBORO, N. C.
Jan. 5, 1873.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS
JL now ready to supply the people of Tar- I
boro and vicihlty with all kind ol j
Bread, Cakes, French and Plain j
Candies, Nuts, Fruits, I
' i... 1 , !
!)-) y-i yo-.,
embracing every thing usually kept in a First
Class Establishment of the kind.
Thankful for the liberal patronage of the
past the undersigned asks a continuation
with the promise of satisfaction. '
Private Faniilie can always have
tneir Caked Raked bere at sbort
Orders fop Parties & Balls
promptly filled. Call and examine our stock,
next door to Bank of New Hanover.
Nov. 4.-1 y. JACOB WEBER.
- ..--taeas trf
MAIIfXiHANY, WALNl'T l'oi'.
LAK & PINE C.)FK1XS, a!.-,,'
Pisk's Patent Hstalic Burial Casc-s
1 have now a FINE HFAJisp , -funeral
ociM.ion. ' ' '''!t'"i.
M;.rc-h 27, l7l.
SAVE YOUR BACON!
The Panic is Upon Us !
Buy Where You Can Buy
i ui ia) k: i'i:c. r i "i i.i.y
Ui.: j.ublic that I h:.
u lorw.-rly occupied b Mr. P,
In which can be found ail UhnU ; t.,
proceries, tuc'a a; bacon, pork, Hour, su.r
coffee, molasses, Ac, at the vrv
haviuir been purchased when ev.ry t, .;
was at its lowest. My frieuds tind the puC
lie will please call and see if a NEW 1;; . ,
DOESN'T SWEEP CLEAN.
CALL AT ONCE
H. A. SHURLEY.
March 27, 1S74.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
THE undersigned respectfully anuo-iu.-i-that
he has again opened business of a
on Church Street, near Mr. Dozier's Stor.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
Particular care paid to
Also the manufacturing and repairing all
kinds of r.ricuiturui and general BLACK
An experience of over TWENTY 1EAHS
in Edgecombe is fcullieieiit te.--tiruony to in
capability. 1 rcsKctiiilly return thanks for
the various manifestations ol kindness larc
tofore received and hope to continue to de
I. 1. PALAMOUNTA1N.
AN OPPORTUNITY SEL
DOM MET WITH !
SALE OF RIAL ESTATE.
THE ncdersigned offers for sale to t In
public his valuable
EDGECOIYIBE FAR ft!,
situate on the south side of Tar River, thr.c
miles from Sparta, adioinHg the lands (
! Elia? Carrand others, contniuin? by fsrim
: more or K-ss. The farm is productive aiul ii.
trood condition, lias an abundance of mari,
and is well adapted to the cultivation ot col
ton and corn and olh.-r grain. There arc nj
on the farm a
DWELLING HOUSE OF TEX
nearly new, acd all necessary out-liO:i
Daily mail delivered at 'the gate.
For further particulars, npplv to
C. L. VINK.S,
July 24-4t. Sparta, N. C.
rrjUE undersigned has taken the A-cncy
I for this section, for WM. E. TANNER
& CO., of the
OF niCII.TIOXI), VA.
tie ,;!! furnish any machinery cf their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
! posed new machinery, thereby savins much
i delay in correspondence and the exnense 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 advai.taes of these
machines. II. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgeconibe Ag'l Works,
Sept. lfl.-tf. Tarboro', N. C
,4 LL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODl't K
l. taken in exchange, such as Raw Ilhh
Fuis, V:c. oct.T-tl
J. . WlLLlA51S03i,
AT 1113 OLD STAND,
TARBORO5 , N. C.
A M'Hyleof Vehicles made to oruVr a
Ci?" Special attention paid t REPAIR
tNfi, and executed with dispatch.
Oct. 11, lS7o.-tf.
Dr. L. TTFuqua,
TAHBOEO. TS. C.
t Office opposite the Court House.
Jan. 3, 1874. tf.