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V:'t.?;, "r'j: ' V ! they have not been hanged, and that
t j";- ft-'" .- S-ji- hecause there have been no imprison
' i fj.rSZ: ments, no executions, no trials for
: treason, no ransoms exacted, no
i:. rs. t j sureties demanded fur the future
: : : ZTll'T. 13, IS74 ! and no confiscation, that it is an
" error to compare the Southern
LOU'CI A.XT A StateJ w ith Poland and Alsace and
i,: edneiay Vcstmeath. To this the Herald
:;i,startli,1Sj very aptly adds: " It is difficult
a, .u i. luo people to imprc?3 an jjea upon tn0 mjn(J
'l I',a I:'Khlc l.vl0f a journal which really believes
rr tl.ieuiig and ) tiat tlle Southern, people should
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The National Ri'publkan, the
winter organ of the ailminis'ration,
discusses the argument of the iV. Y.
Jlcrnll in favor of a national con
vcnti .n of peace and reconstruction
upon the theory that the Southern
raen should all feel grateful that
ted when they were not hanged, and
ie- ,vi,;n, i ii,.-. ht
Lincoln "proclaimed' emancipation
i rtot as Ii mrfisurn df linmanif.v. hnt
; act 3f war; that he declared
1 that ho deemed the maintenance of
j the Union to be paramount to
; oiu.ic!patiyn a journal that feels
-r . ihiht because of "Libby and Ander-
cr.vi!!e:' the Southern States ehould
bo ;'JloTCd to drift into anarchy, a
war of racn with race and legisla
non, -VI:ai means repudiation."
The IL-.ral.l might have more
fully elucidated the point in regard
to eiEaaicipation, and argued pro--perly
t,hat there never was a people
who wore compelled to pay a greater
lino f'cr rebellion than the South in
the emancipation of its slaves, a
sxn. upprox imating $3,000,000,000.
It-, reconstruction sufferings, too,
lnve been jar from licht, having
f Icon placed under tho rule of its
c,,rm01- slaves and. mercenary ads
It i; the general impression that
v hen luaii breaks down at any
other pursuic in which he has been
trained, that he has only to turn to
journalism, as if it were a profession
that requires no training, and which
may be mastered at once by any
man. Ye iind in the St. Louis
Lih'le the following remarks on tie
same subject :
j " There is an idea that the ousis
i ness of editilif rpmrrpa nn it .m.
tieeship: that editors come, forth
froni jaw cices anj coiie M fnnv
formed for the profession, 1 ike Pallas
from the brow of Jove. It is a
mis-take; there is net 'at America
j to-day a single journalist jC national
reputation who has uci devoted
i Eiore time and more hartl work to
his profession, with equal fitness
and application, would lia-v.-i made
:i r-Miucs , mta a great lawyer or & great doctor.
: to r ';;,- And yet ninety out of ev ry huD
has U:- i dred ncn you meet on tjue street
.. - . ir,v ' "i'd hesitate about carrying a hod
. V- ., making a pair of shoes, whereas
:;"i0n ' l . there will probably not - ba one in
"r: neSl' ! the hundred who 'can't, according
ngur.v:-nt to hi- own judgment, edit any news
with the ! Pai';f in tk'i couniry better than it
-7 rvi ! '3 edited, no matter in what manner
; or by whom."
liuys, a member of Congress
om Alabama, and a native born to
. ! the soil, is reported to have said
on his v asuiugion pilgrimage ior
ago by over five thousand majority,
. but if the election was to-morrow I
should be beaten."
;.. v:,'.lt . Here, says the New I'ork Sun,'n
,i ic-r the hey to the war, which is the er
, t, ivnjjt i case f.a pouring in blue coats and
bayonets into reconstructed fotates
. ........ ; . that have had buck and ball in surs
,; ti, fat. Radical members of Congress
;.ie to be returned, and voluntary
v. cr ior ; popular support failing, the persuas
:i u!. l ! sior.s tf Lrcech-loaders arc to be
,-,,.-..,(,. i evoke.1.. There has been no where
v. Vila ' South anything so alarming to trans
on and ! qii'lity as in Kentucky and Tonnes
' called ! h'-'c aru' they have not had any help
v;.;(t., i fi'oiii the military arm, and neec
1 !n'"t j COL JOKN DrCAMERON.
'' - '' We rise merely to move that the
.id irivv j riotfiihfttion of this gentlemaa for
ii'thev ! ,h!; Clerkship of the Iloase of
j Itr'pre-'fntivcs be made unanimous
'" j by the prtrM of xSorJiCarolina. A
tl '"" Ivtter selection could not be made.
;" lie is everyway worthy and well
r.. v. ii'j quaiilicl, and possesses considerable
., irc ! exTx-rience in that line. Milton
rise to sec
is :. il. .,-!- il, T
t!i Carolina were meeting some
jwledgment at the hund
J. Correspondent of the Louis
viP.o Cui'j (':r-7ournal writes of Ten
no, see politics : " Tennesste will
take ihe lead of all States, North
oi .South, in the matter of Demo
cratic "ruin.-. The Democrats are
very likely to make a clear gain
t f .six Congressmen. You
maybe u little surprised at this,
hut the htaiing of the breach
lt; 7 2 in tho Democratic rank and
the civil rights bill are the causes
which will bring this great
There is always a demand
ni,t chi.it scholars, mechanics
1 )1 or. rs. They are wanted :ill
our cuKHlry. (jood pri(jes
oui'ic J. Strive to qualify yourself
to meet the dentfand.
Forney 's Sunday Chronicle favors
the idea of a national convention to
consider the southern question. It
says : "It is timeto put down the
brakes, and we think the best way
to do it is to call together the best
brains of the country in a national
convention to revise the Constitu
tion in accordance with provisions
contained within that instrument
for its own amendments. This
would be infinitely better than a
new revolution, which is now brews
ing and may be precipitated at the
next Presidential election."
When, O, when ! will they get the
official report of the election in Alle
ghany, Graham Harnett, Haywood
and Swain, and let the people know
the exact vote of the state and al
low our dailies to take the official
tabular statement out of their col
An exchange asks 'who wrote
Sh-eaispear ?' We don't think any ono
wrote him, spelt in that manner.
The republican convention of South
Carolina has pledged itself to tho
support of Grant for a third term if
he becomes a candidate.
All the clenwsts of opposition to
the Republican party in Michigan
Lave Liesa united, and the result is
xne of tile moBt compact and power
ful organisations of the kind in the
There are one hundred and thirty-
nine lawyers in the British House of
Commons, constituting nearly one
fourth of the entire body ; while there
are but two farmers. England needs
a grangar movement.
The Democrats of Portsmouth, N.
H., Tuesday, elected Moses H. Good'
rich Mayor by 12 majority, and car
ried the Aldermen and Common
Council, gaining control of the city
for the first time since 1858.
One hundred and ten towns in
Maine give Diogley 21,510 votes and
Titcomb 10,347. Last year Dingley
received 18,923, Titcomb 12,625 and
Williams, Temperance, 975. Tho
election secures a Republican U. S.
A Washington belle has forty-eight
pairs of shoes. Some curious wretch
calculates that if they were arranged,
heel and toe, in a straight line, tne
shortest possible length would be a
fraction over one hundred and ten
The statistical editor of the Times,
Grand Island, Neb., says : 90,000,
000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, 000 grasshoppers, at least, passed
over here yesterday. There might
have been a few more or less, as we
did not count very closely.
The report of the Commission ap
pointed to investigate tho circum
stances of Marshal Bazaico's escape
has been made public. It implicates
the jailors and states that they wee
iaetigafced by Col. Yillette, Bazaine's
aid-de-camp, but acquits the garison
of the fort of complicity in tho af
fair. Prince Bismark is fond of rural
life, and i o ttefeed to his country
seat at Yarzin that he would not ex
change for tho most deligb.tf.iil; spc-t
in Europe. When not lusy in .Berlin
he likes to be a eQ'V, squire inter
esting himself potatoes iind rye,
and the she'ng. o&his sheap, and
the huntisg of wild boars, deor, and
harea c? fa xes.
The wjl of 'old John Harper' the
EentuTky turfman, and owner of the
famxr'os horse, Loncfellow, who died
Au'guat 19ih, shows an estate worth
4'00,000 dollars mainly in land, 2,400
acres of which are in various por
tions of Kentucky. As he was a bach
elor his .property goes to his nephews
and nieces, the bulk of it to Frank
Ilarper one of the former, who inher
ids all his horses, stock and cattle.
' The. Washington correspondent of
the Louisville Courier-Journal says it
is claimed that all the executive acts
at Long Branch are iml and. void by
reason of the law of. Congress dated
July 10th, 1790, whifih,6eems to have
been overlooked. The statute says
that 'all offices-attached to tho seat of
government shall be exercised in the
District of Columbia and not else.
where, except as otherwise especially
provided by law.'
Alabama is one of the States that
the President especially hands over
to the mercios of the minions of the
Federal service who are to be backed
by Federal bayonets. And yet only
fiftoen casas for Ku-Klusing' has
arisen in that State Bince 1872 : seven
from Coosa county, ono from Mont
goruery, ancl seven from Eufaula
And in every one of these cases the
prosecution was shown to be mali
cious, and that, too, before the United
States Courts, preside over by his
honor, Dick Busteed !
Tho Election in the Department of
Maine-et-Lofre has resulted in no
choice for the. French Assembly. The
republicans wiled fortj-fi?e thousand
votes for the:.r candidate, nearly dou
ble that of ! the Bonapartists. ihe
candidate of the party in favor of the
Septennate received twenty-6ix thous
and votes, wiiich was a decisive de
feat for the-jresent policy of Marshal
MacMahon. The new election is ap
pointed for the 27th inst.
The Siour. have been making raids
in Montana, and, though an organized
attack is not expected, more troops
are needed, iot the protection of the
New Orleans, September 10.
The city continues quiet. The po
lice duty throughout tho city last
night was performed, by volunteers.
This morning there is a very general
resumption of business. There are
no gathering of people or evidences
of excitement in any quarter.
v Delphi, La., Sept 10th.
A mass meeting of tho citizens of
Eichland Parish was held at Eayville
yesterday evening, and there was
great rejoicing at tho news from New
Orleans. G. Mc. N. Brumby, Gov.
McEnery's appointee to office" as tax
collector, was installed into office by
the citizens, who gave three cheers to
the outgoing Kellogg appointee, Mr.
Jones, for tho courteous manner in
which ho surrendered the office,
which was followed by loud and en
thusiastic cheers for the new collector,
and redeemed Louisiana. All the
officers of tho parish now are Mc
Enery men. Largo numbers of col
ored men attended the meeting and
participated in tho rejoicing. There
was cannon firing at Delhi last
evening, and genoral rejoicing all
over the parish among all classes of
Franklin Parish will install her
McEnery officers to day. :
Washington, D. C, Sept. 1G.
The results of the Cabinet mettiDg
this afternoon was tho -agreement
that the following dispatch be 1 sent
immediately by tho Adjutant General
of the army to General Emory, com
manding the Federal forces ia L?iiis
Washington, l. C. Sept. 10, 1:W4.
"Under no circumstances recog
nize the insurgent government of
Louisiana Within five days i'rom
the date of the proclamation to the
insurgents sueh action will bo taken
as the emergency may require.
"By order of the President.
(Signed) E. D. Towns::'!;,
The Louisiana revolution has stag
gered the administration. They will
do nothing within live days. There
can be no doubt that their present
intention is to restore Kellogg. It is
said that President Grant is very
Tho tone of the Northern papers
is perplexing, many of tho most ultra
Republican papers arguing that
Louisisna has oxerieised the divine
and conceded right of revolution.
During the hvo days it is, both
hoped and fearod that tho whole of
Louisiana will not dull device by
coldness or dela
The Cotton Crop.
Augusta, iSej:. 12.
The best authorities here say that
the cotton crop in Georgia will fall
off 100,000 bales from last year. Tho
whole crop isestimatod at from 3,000,
000 to 3.700,000 bales. The Galves
ton and New Oleans estimates do not
run as high. The following dis
patches were received by President
Merring, of tho Augusta Cotton Ex
change, in response to inquires dated
Mobile. The crop tributary to
Mobile is better than last year. The
receipts horo aro estimated 50,000
Note. The crop in Alabama was
almost a total failure lust year in the
territory tributary to Montgomery
Memphis Crops aro poor through
out tho Memphis district. Oaoi
make over five cighu of last- year'
crop. -- -
New Orlaans Tho cron tributary
tn onaans is at least lwont3'-are
per cent, less than last yoar.
Galveston- Tho drought hr.3 greatly
nmntrorl imlfmd'5. V.it Imvlnriils will
do well. The crop la twenty thousand j
Note.--,ome correspondont estima
ted iu. Jily that tho Texas crop would
axcal last year s over loi'iou bales.
Tae aceve aispataflcs are .said tok-?g
lrcm reliable sources.
Mrs. Monissov -parades Sarats-ca;'
All the organs say that Moul ton's s
ast paper is of no consequence, but
t seems to havo stirred them, -ap ter
Thomas Ocden, oil Manchester,
took pity on a little abandoned pup
py, and now the Coroner says that
Thomas' trouble was hydrophobia.
A dispatch from LTudson, N. Y.,
says they think they havo Charlie
Kosa again; tho detectives are sure.
A dispatch from Cincinnati savs r
The general and protracted drouth rn
the country is delaying tho farmers
in putting in their iall crops
Jefferson. Md., was vi3itol by a
tievero storm on tho 9th instant,
which did great damago to churches
and private dwellings.
Tho first General Conference of tho
Evangelical Alliance ot Canada will
take place in Montreal, begin on tho
1st of October.
During tho month of August, 17G1
vessels with a touago of 407,017 ar
rived in Chicago, 1515 vessels with
405,751 tonage clearod.
There's a 10,000 South Jersy
heiress, who has so many lovor3 sit
ting on tho fjnt:a7 waiting; for her to
come ou nights, that she has givon
her entire l'ortuuo to endow a lunatic
The HervU eaya, Grant considered
two days before ho was satisfi-d that
he could not do justice to Lincoln in
an oration. Almost any one could
have told him in two miuutaa. Why
didn't ho ask Murphy ?
Tho municipality of Vienna has,
by advico of tho board of health of
the city, decided that the cremation
of tho dead should be immediately
carried into operation on the sauio
plan which has been completely suc
cessful at Leipsig.
Lord Dunmore, the last royal Gov
ernor of Virginia, had a daughter
born in the colony not long before he
left, whom he named in honor of the
colony, Virginia, and who is still
living in England at tho advanced
age of ninety-nino or odo hundred.
The delegation from Michigan in
the present Congress is composed en
tirely of Republicans. It has been
renominated witnout change for elec
tion to the Forty-fourth Congress.
But many of its candidates are dis
treased with the piercing thought
that their names may be left out of
the Clerk's rolls after next winter.
Tho Brooklyn A upis says the hand
somest men of the Union are Keh
tuckians, and the preservation of
their good looks is said to be due to
th it while all tho J3ourbon
wnisKey hi rnanniaeturea , an iven-
Whev Jefferson "Davis and N. B.
Forrost address public meetings in
advocacy of protection to the negro,
the effort to fasten outrages deliber-
ately planned and executed by radical
plotters may be abandoned as an in-
feasible enterprise, N. Y Sun.
crr-.n iL , i .
,ximuyjue nation l uep ore ui
17kTX T r ii tV ' 7iT
tho beftith anost of all. .lie was the
only man who had such a hold on
that lie "could Lave compelled his nar-
lith ?ecently- ;Th?fs
poisoned chalico to our lips.
Ihe Imeastlo Herald says : 'A let- J
ter irom one ot the nartv of thirty 1
citizens who left this county for Kan-
8 as last priBg? gives a most distress-
ing account b things out there. The
writer emnhasizes the fact that 'times
are hard.' and savs that the chinch I
buq-; droubt, and erasshoDners have
left the country completely bare' with
wviuvi y vvluiiuvcij unio iiibu
gloomy prospect for fall seeding ;
a account of the latter, which are so
thick, that one can hardly 'locomote' 1
for them. Besides these evils, which i
to some extent may be considered pe
riodical, the climate does not suit
Virginians. 4 ,
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T"r, ,T , t ,1 ry I
-'-- j-j-j-Aj. cz. I
JlouTiiing Dancy and Annie Smith, the
former a kraall, low woman, about 17 years I
o! i, and of si"g!' cake color the latter a
small, dark woman, weighing about 125
1 ouniis, and about 20 years old wives of
the undersigned, left their homes without
the consent, cf their husbands last Monday I
night. All persons are warned against bar- Horse law, Ordinance No. 8, will also be en
tering or in anv wav aidins them. forced.
DALLAS DANCY, col., I
COUNCIL SMITH, col.
Information! 1 1
Tim undersiiige.d is receiving a large and
well selected stock of Groceries, Provisions,
Pas:; siiwl Ties. PaiapHCO Family Flour,
etc, oa COLsignmeiit, which will be sold
ve:y j jvt for Cash. Parlies needing such
5 iin;s ui.I s:ive , money by applying before
juirchainj. cibewiieie. Agricultural Lime
ueliveted in any ijuantities low.
slSlm: N. M. LAWRENCE.
TPH'iflii TllVtUriV (lanno I
1 ilili JItU t illiSi I All UIKrS l
Tho Tarboro Tliesrian Corps would an-1
r.onnce ut, tney v. ;n give an entertainment
iaafcfjMW. presenting for the first time
,, r. -, .. , .
m tlio ci.y toe tfinllmg drama of the
I) -matizM f. ..f.i Cooper s pop.-prar novel
vi i.ja. limine.
NEW FALL G00DSI
LiKGE & SELECT STOCK.
Tho Mcrilti:- Partner of
O, C. FARRAR & CO.
lms' jasS periirned from New York, where he
ha-j pucuafced a largo Stock of
groceries, clothing, etc.
He has also purchased a great variety of
MISSES' ana ciiU.DKEN'8
which tLoY propose to sew VERY CHEAP
They aluo have ot 4 Land TOBACCO AND
SMiF at Jobbe'.-'s Prices; also
BAGGING & TIES,
They si also agents for the celebrated
UTICA T. Aq ONS.
H"e are wil iin to show out Goods.
GIVE! US A CALL
and tr ;t vuri prices.
0; C. Farrar &Co.
.TARBORO, Tx. C, Sept 18, lm.
s. s;;wash & CO.,
' 1AVE JUST RECEIVED
20 Uartels Sugar.
13 Bags. Coffee. .
25 libU. Cakes and Crackers.
5 Uoxes Cheese.
40 Tubs and Cans Lard.
120 Boxes Soap.
. 10 Boxes Starch.
10 ciies Concentrated Lye.
,- - 10 .casas'. Oysters.
10. cases Brandy Peaches.
HO Boxes Cheap Cigars.
And have ou hand a large Iot of
GAUGING, TIES, MEAT, &C,
t for sale low;
Tai bcro, Sept. 11, 1374.
A V aluable Plantation in
The v 'dersigued, having changed his bus
lapss, oiit -rs for sale his plantation on Cone
hi Crec-f c,'.iii Martin County, which lies im
mediately ' on the main road from Tarboro
to Williaj nston,'3 miles from Hamilton and
1 mile A am Butler's Bridge. The place
contains loeuveen live aiid six hundred acres,
well atTr! ted to the growth of cotton and
corn, and all the products of the Roanoke
section. .Has an- abuudance of marl on it,
with every 'convenient facility for manuring,
and is welt ; set in all the timber of the com
THE DWELLING HOUSE
is laf go and coairaodious, containing thii
teen rooms,; w4' furnished and in good con
dition, with ; aU necessary out-hoases con
veniently' loct ted: Also, two wells of good,
never failing: water. The neighborhood is
very desirable , and a flourishing school might
be established . at this place.
Any.One Vr! .shin;: to examuie the premises
can can on- ..mr.;., d. uniey, who lives in
sight, end wii 1 take pleasure in shoeing the
same, , ,.;.-. s - ,
Terras Khi iral and accommodating. For
particulars, tadurs me at Greenville, N. C.
, - i C. STEPHENS.
SspC 11, .1874. tf.
showing the Number of Day the
Board has been in Session and
the per diem and milage eachone
r"tf'?w '? ' f
1?73 to tne 3lit daV Augiut,
1874, viz :
The Board was in Session 24 da)s,
M. P. Edwards, Chm'n,
20 days, $40 00
Traveling 424 miles at
5c - 21200120
MPD- Mathewson 24
TrftVng 117 milS at
5 85 53 85
1 50 47 50
16 00 42 00
Traveling 30 mile, at
Traveling 320 miles at
J C Dancy J days
1). W. Harris 12 day
Ii B. J. Keech, Clerk of the Board
f County Commissioners, do certify
that the above statement is correct as
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VeT ae minutes as kept by me.
Test, B. J. KEECH,
CTk Board Oo. Com.
Sept. 4. 4w
1 IS Mil 1 itiLUUl
Tbera baa been a great fallings off in town
taxes this year, not a cent having Uen lev-
ted on ral estate to work the atrceta
hereby giTe notice to town tax-payers
tnat J nave the list in my hands lor coliec
tion. They mast eom forward and pay
their taxes : no indulgence may be expected
I hereby notify all persons, who bare not
taken out their license for bogs, to go to R.
Whitehurst and get tbem. Town Ordinance,
No. 11, will be in forced against all failing to
do so within ten days from Uiis nonce.
a nereDy notuy ail persons wno nav noi
paid tbeir street tax to com forward at
once and do so, or they will be dealt with
according to law. A wot d to the wise is
sufficient. J . B. HYATT,
Sept. 4.-2t. l'own Constable.
fTIHK Second Term of th Fall Session will
commence September '-21st
TERMS PER SESSION -OF 20 WEEKS :
Board, including English. Tuition $100 00
i uiuon ior nay pupus in, i ana a ov
Music, with use of Instrument 30 00
Charges made from date of entrance.' No
7T V v r Z , .
I month. Positively, all charges payable halt
Jog- A Engelhard, Wilmiington, N. O; Re,
I t d fvi-n r r u-. ttva- to
M. Pippen, D. Pender, E sqrs., Tarboro, N. C
For sale by , 34. SPRAGINS.
Tarboro', Mar. 13, 1ST, tf.
M. L, IIUSSEY & HBO,
TARBORO', N. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
CARRIAGE 8HOPS. Enquire "for the New
Shops near Main street.
Aug. 'S, 1873. ly
THE dwelling corner Pitt and Trade Sts.,
formerly the Bank. Lot full size, about
155 feet square. Main building brick, 12
large rooms, Including basement, besides
vault and closets. Outer walls from S bricks
to not less than 2 bricks thick. All the
partition waUs at least 1 1-2 brick thick, all
furred. Main roof slate addition tin. Fen
cing new. Building In good order. .
Price 5500, 15W casn, balance at 8 per
cent., 1, 2, 3 and 4 years.
July 3. tf
STORE TO LET.
THE STORE rdjolnlng that of Mr. J. H.
Bell, now occupied by Messrs. H. Mor
lis & Bro.
For particulars, apply to
Jan. 16, 1874. tf
ON TCESDAT, Ue 15th of SEPTEMBER
next, 1 will rent in for the ensuing year
or for three years, at th-nrpmiRH. .. ittnq.
belonglnto the heirs ot teojiard Bynum, de
ceased. Terms will be made w,own on ren
tal day. JAS. H. EXUard
Aug. 28. 4t
R. A. SIZER,
Tarboro', N. C.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
taken In exchange, such a Raw Hide;
Dress Making Emporium
MRS. S. E. SPIER, would respectfully ln
formc the Ladie& sf Tarboro' and vicin
ty that she has opened an establishment in
the brick store next door to W. S. Clark's,
where she is prepared to
Cut, Fit and Make,
Ladies and Children Dresses in the Latest
Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspection.
March 20, 1874. ti
MULE STOLEN I
CiTOLEN from my stables at Keel's 3 to re.
(3 Pitt county, on the night of the 30th of
August, a MARE MULE, 9 years old, of a
dark bay color, with a small mark on ono of
i win give 25 tor tne recovery oi the
mule, and $5 tor the apprehension of the
thief. T. KEEL,
Robeaonvllle, Martin Co., N. C.
Sept. 11, 1874. 2t
Joseph W. Jenkins. Robt. H. Pender
J. W. JENKINS & CO..
28 & 30 Frederick Street,
Will make likeral advances on shipments
of Cotton. Also will furnish Bagging, Tlea,
Farm Supplies, &c. ep.ll-Sm
'QCC8MPLE Agents. Ladies'
H QCi Combination NeeUle-book, wih
Chromo. Send stamp. Dean & Co., New
Uedlord, Masa. 4w
WORKING PEOPLE Ma'e or Female,
Employment at home, f 30 per week
warranted, no capital required. Particulars
and valuable samples sent free. Address with
6 cent return stamp, C. KOSS, Williamsburg,
N. Y. 4w.
Work home, male or female; $35 per
. wceK, aay or evening. jMoiapiiai.
Ot (III We send valuable package of goods
by mail free. Address with six cent return
atamp, M. Young, 173 Greenwich St., N. Y.
WAITED AffCIltS Articles in the worlS
$2.00 worth of samples given away to those
wuo will become arents. J. jjkiue. e? tjo ,
767 Broadway, N. Y. 4w
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for 25c, together with a marriage guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to .Lauies,
Wedding-Night 8hirt,"&c. A queer book. Ad
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toughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
POT CP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. 4w
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Will buy a
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Authorized by the Legislature oi tbe 8tate of
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purchased previous to October 5th will par
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P. O. Drawer ay. Adplieations for Agencies
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Are you so Languid that any exertion re
quires more of an effort than you feel capable
Then try JURUBENA, the wonderful
Tonic and Invigorator, which acts so benefi
cially on the secretive organs as to impart
vigor to an me vital lorces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu
lates for a short time, only to let the sufferer
vVgM8ieffietlScVrnliof.AnisSI'y. but il i9 a
It reenlates the Bowels
and gives such a healthy tone to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid feel like a
Its operation is not violent, but is charac
terized by great gentleness ; the patient ex
periencee no sudden change, no marked re
sults, but gradually his troubles
" Fold their tents, likcjthe Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery, but
has been long used with wonderful remedial
results, and is pronounced by the highest
medical authorities, " the most powerful
tonic and alterative known,"
Ask your druggist lor it. For s.f le by
WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New Tork. 4w.
BIG BREAK IIV PRICES !
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUS)
Bought Since the De
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE-
-1 from New York with a large and well
tet Cambrics.Piqm. Linen Lawns,
Hambury and Cash's Stauwrd Trimmings,
Hemstlched and Ewbroiderea Handker
chiefs, Tlj, Collars and Culls, In great
variety, Ett3, Marseilles, Quilts,
Napkins id Table Cloths,,
Gents'; Ldies' and
Please give him a call "before purchasing.
T. H. CATLIN.
Tarboro', N. C, April 27, 1S74.
for this se
& CO., of 1
undersigned has taken the Agency
section, for WM. E. TANNElt
OF BICIimOND, VA.
tie will furnish any machinery of their moke
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby savins much
delay in correspondence and the expense of
a trip to tneir 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 feature and advantages of these
machine. H. A. WALKER,
Sop't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C,
diem J a"a r
i (J Dancy milage aud
D J Keerh ,,.,- ,i; ... 2 00
Lryant Bottomsi lor com ami
todder poor house , .,-
V 10 Bi""s advertising lfc:3 ,'
JnoBNorfleet work 5u jail
BjK-echlor supplies poor
house month Jan. 1874 nn
U liryan for snpplios furuish
cd Jail 4o., r .
B Bryan for feedii g prison- "
era Irom Oct. 1st -l0 Jan
W G Lewis to, zinc Tor jail itc
IS J Iveeth for ircoid ar.d
General B.illoik wik at '
poor house ls .
J B Hyatt for Jet us Con- 'J
Jesse Uarduer l..r lepairiiw
Ileudrick's Cwk bridge Je
Buck Moore services as
keeper Asylum -4
Oeo 1 rice for work on jail i
B J Keech for supplies to
poor month February 28u s
W T Godwin coffin aud ex
tra pla:ik 5 w
A McCabe township sei vices in.
Ii S Taylor township trustee 8
McD Mathewson in u null lit
C S Camper township sei vi
A Sorg for putting in glass
Jlary Ward witness ticket
Theo Pitt "
I'eter Lawrence "
C S Caaiper "
II Redmond "
W JI Edmondson "
Mc Pervis "
April 6. Win Lewis coffin lor pauper
iuituiua UiCkeu lor support
l uodwin repairing new
bridge 2 j 00
Joan Dicken digging grave 5 5o
I B Batts support to lunatic
(Ryrum child) 25 00
Uilly Braswell for support 0 00
Britton Edwards support to
lunatic (Byrum child) 25 00
Ansey Joues for support
Burney Fullord "
James Lloyd "
Sally Devereux "
J udy Batchelor "
Nancy Jones "
Polly Moore "
Harry Garrett "
Susan Stancil ' "
Harry A kinson "
Cioderilla lleam "
Nancy Wadkiu "
Dejila Bottoms "
Hannah Harrison "
Essie Cobb & wife "
Mary Tolstou "
Nancy Todd "
Mariah Spicer "
Roanna Battle "
Caroline Thome "
Jacob Knight "
Mark Wimberly "
Mariah Wimberly "
William Powell "
Nancy Barlow "
Nancy Sumerlin "
Eli King and wife "
Charlotte Hopkins "
Eliz'bth Williams '
Nancy Denton "
Lettice Knight "
Hans Newton "
Isaac Joyner '
Judy Norrleet "
Mary Thomas "
Mary Burroughs "
Tempy Lauding "
Patsy Cherry "
Charlotte Home "
Bridget Foxhall "
Peter Norville "
Trecy Sumerlin '
Jdward Barlow "
William Weaver "
Matilda Dicken "
E lieu Lee "
July Porter "
Nancy Savage "
Patience Brady "
Natlian Stokes "
Dorsey Williams "
Charlotte Dai.cy "
Ellen Hill "
Matilda Lawrence "
Mary Mitchell "
Henry Baker "
fCnice Keel "
Dempsey bating "
Nettie Waller "
Elizabeth Godwin "
Louisa Lawrence "
Susan Powell "
rancy -awards " O months 10 0O
Esther Vick " 5 00
M E Sum merlin " 300
Matilda Grant " 6 00
Lemon Hicks ' 0 00
Amanda Byrum "
Chasey Fleming " 1''
Nmicv Lewis " J w
April 7. W A Duggan services as Supt.
W A Dujrgan services at Asy
lum (4 months) 100 00
Noah Tedder setvices at Poor
House and extra work 50 00
Isaac Braswell services at Poor
House 0 !
Nancy Savage services at
Poor House IS 00
Mrs Lucy A Duggan for mak
ing clothes for poor
Geo W Hales witness ticket
Off a Knight "
Lewis Staton "
Mary Bryan "
Catty llyman "
George Mayo "
John B Vines "
Julia CuBters " "
llill'.ard Vick "
A H Macnair nvedicinea for
Poor 53 2''
N B Bellamy Township
services - J u
t vt liotto Tow-whin ser
Buck Moore work at Coun
ty Asylum S1 00
B J Kccch supplies to poor
month of March 1874 278 V
Fred K Blount work on
bridge 1 2'
May 4. Rebecca Earl for support 3 00
ElyMabry " . 4 00
Washington Drew removing
raft from bridge 2 00
E II Boomer work on bridge 2 00
N B Bellamy cash paid saw
ing lumber (Sessums'
bridge) H ""'
Robt II Austin County
Treasurer fee9 one year 300 00
Henry Deal for support 4 00
Gea'l Cherry w itness ticket 3 00
J W Gardner " 4
E T Gardner " 4 70
Drcd Bellamy " 4 'y
Windsor Bilbry " 510
Abram Pittman " a 1'
Lewis Scott " 4 '.KJ
William Cook " 526 00
11. Nancy Joyner for support 8 ,H
A McCabe tax list and
Township services 2 1 01
R 3 Taylor tax list and
township services 0
W P Mabson tax list and
township services 3D
McD Mathewson tax list
and township services 1 0 00
C S Camper tax list and
township. services 17 0-
Isaac Braswell work at poor