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E. R. STAMPS,
zc the ignoraut n?groc4ihcy
will not dare to exercise ftetfngU
of suffrage." And,' as to 'fljnch
Mil white neoDle "so terror-
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to ltnchi the eMBly;uf4er whom the fast f; Hd AUeD.gj
ng, a3saiaation8ot8, murders," bullf M Mf
TAnBOKO', 3V. C.
SEPT. 25, 1874
THE SOUTH AS REPRESENTED
BY THE NORTHERN COUNTRY
The Peninsular News and Ad
vertiser is a weekly paper published
5n Milford. Deleware, a town of
about 3,000 inhabitants. It has
one subscriber in this town, a form
er resident of Milford, who handed
U3 the paper, from which we make
the extract below, and who author
izes us to say that every word of it
is a naked and unqualified lie. The
New Orleans ia
.has been in
human, of Ohio
deliver the addreaa
Pt. 'ir this ncanaaiTnonecr uuu ( k-. , i . . - : . - r--
wished to publish the truth, he termined to dismiss any person during the approacnmg r.
mi-ht have found out from our holding office tgainst wnora uuj In the Oregon Legislature the In-
Radical Judges and Solicitors that charge of racapucny or uouuVt dependenU hold the balance or power
i I - I itfflAfVi. rMTMlTllUlIlIlrff-UiaV uuvev I ItU&WtiHU LilH yiiniurnm BUU AWUUUir
tKe f cansin each House. Te tree paV-
' 1 a . n I nA nAbvln nn allit nividan
they have been convicted by juries way of ftctt ana upon compe. w- .
nT7rhmsm mr a Taree fium- atsa for GornoTtriSSc'raW
t. :, en om11 Bnirita .8 ber Of persons intensely unnr, oy oi JNew lor ana wuuam xorsn
J . . I ihiM1, An Anentnn httVP. I ptt.pt. Tiihftral Tifiublifiaa." foi Lieu-
the writer of this extract, wno y - . -':-T"' ,
A.1.1 illinlv aee the Southern worwa meir way imu ru
nnl,. t. throng! ut kind of Position It" now propo8d t New York city has 470 churches.
- . , . . j u:ii !, vAMipeunle element of Souths all who are old and well enough were
power ot tneir pany, ami wuu mu r- r , - ,1. ' j itn
r . j iissa m cam. I a irn tn fhiiTih on tn same dav. lou.-
not shrink from any lie to accom- n " " t(l.,;
plish the same end. As long as We creatures ou aB i.
L.k Mra rp nWihed. solonff Uan be reached. The late trouble A, movement has been eet on foot
will there be a want of nroter un- u"7 - . . .
SUM E NTS.
;- f . i
If HARDWARE STORE,
Next door to J. B. Ooffleld's.
PALL" AND - WINTER
article is an editorial
White Man's League.'
per says :
The old "Ku-Klux-Klan" organ
ization of the Sonth has been goner
ally re-orcanized under the name o
the "White Man's Party" with the
same old object in view; viz : to so
terrorize the ignorant negroes that
they will not dare to exercise their
right nf suffrage. By this means
they intend that the ex-rebels shal
get complete possession of the State
Governments, and when this is once
secured such legislation will be re
sorted to as snail maintain the com
plete supremacy of the old slave
lords and tbe subordination of the
colored race. It is this effort that is
now inciting to bloodshed in many of
the rebel States. A large portion of
the negroes must be kepttrom voting
and if this cannot be done by threats
and bribery, something more effective
must be resorted to; and henc9 beat
ing, lynching, assassinations, riots
and murders are every day occur
rences in the States of Texes. Louis
iana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia
and others of that Bection.
All impartial accounts agree that
the negroes of the South contrary
to the malignant prophets of that
section ara peaceful, industrious
and inclined to be law-abiding and
useful citizens. The crops of all that
section give the lie to the charge
that they will not work, and when
ever they are allowed to exercise their
own discretion and enjoy their rights,
there are no more peaceful citizens
in the land. But their right of sutf.
rage is denied them, and every un
just and tyramcal measure that the
malignity of their persecutors can
invent is resorted to keep them from
the polls, to the end that their former
masters may get full control of the
State authority, though which they
hope and expect to piaotically destroy
the power of negroes to shape or in
fluence tne legislation ot these com
monwealths. In short, the old Eebel
element is determined to rule or ruin
It is this position of affairs that has
resulted ia not and bloodshed in
several localities and if not controlled
or restrained by the strong hand,
mas lair to rekindle the civil war.
from which that country has already
sunerea so severely.
All this shows how much better
and safer it would have been had all
these States been held in subjection
under military rule until such a time
as the people there had become really
reconstructed. The territory has
been reconstructed into the Union
w ith the old Eebei leaders as re
bellious as ever. The Southern
people now need reconstruction as
well as Southern territory and their
rebellious heart and hands can only
be controlled by military power, or
by the strong arm of authority. The
negroes there are now Buffering terri
ble persecution and whenever one
raises his hand to shelter his head
from an impending blow, he is mer
cilessly sLot down or lynched. Such
a state ot affairs calls aloud for new
legislation on tho part of Congress.
Let the people therefore see to it that
men are elected to the next Congress
who will legislate to protect the inno
cent and punish the guilty perpetra
tors of these fiendish outrages.
Sham Democracy ia the mother of all
these abominations, and it is her
attitude alone that incites and en
courages them. Such a political
Ghoul ought to be exterminated.
Is it wonderful that ihe Northern
people should keep so bitter in their
hatred against the South when we
see the pap upon which they are
fed ? We read such an article as
the above and ask ourselves, can it
be possible that there is such igno
rance in one part of our country in
regard to other sections ? Or
worse, can it be possible that a
man could so deliberately defame a
brave but conquered people, and
utter such base falsehoods for
naught but party purposes ? And
yet it resolves itself to these two
alternatives ; and the man who
wrote the above article is either
too ignorant to instruct the people,
or too base to occupy the honor,
able position he holds. If it is
revolution, rebellion, etc., for the
intelligent people to fairly attempt
to gain control of the government,
then we live in a strangely degen
erate age. If these men were once
Confederate soldiers, it is nothing
to the point, for they are as law
abiding citizens as the man who
penned the above scandal. When
they oppose the Radical party they
do not thereby oppose the federal
government, but only a political
system that every true Southern
mm will always resist. They op
po?e it, too, honestly and fairly, and
it would be a most difficult matter
to find a place, certainly within
Mrs; J. Feldenheimer's
a l MM 1 l(TZ et t m a Aon(Milinai arrkTsr fin h A t
wondered that there, continent; particularly in France,! iUeSQay Dept. 6VIL
... j. i..i,,J.ii.f..f;ni, Ynr. Italy and Bpain, countries pornuajea
those intensely bitter . .teeUng. w --.-v- - , R(w)00.00 of -oole.'
which all good citizens deplore and " o(he L.t sachet taide in
innress. 'It cnaracw x v..u 7-. .. ... t-- . ,
thA North and few Of tnesf sorei
South, and so lonz will there exist and it is not
All the. lteat etjies of Parisian HATS 4c
BCCtKETS, also a fine assortment of Ladle'
Tic aodjta, Ribboni, Laea, Bety) in great
Variety, a fine assortment of
should endeavor to suppress. - 7 , ' . .t 1 nonrtW are saia to be the Drodno- L 1 7 11" ' . 1 ' .
because the North would general ana monutj - - H - Wrt HIU and BllE
side of the XTeasury, Washi ton '0ne man is reported : ropilllS,
lat the B6C V e grosser , ueveireu, uuu written three addresses for ia aU the new shades. ; in fact everything is
a healthy. of feeling is to be L otoriou9 Carolina neirro. Uile de8lre' t0 wbU 1 ,nTlte
never hear but one
Southern question, that
tional differences continue to be o
The underaigned is now receiving a complete stock of
HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TTOAK1S,
which he proposes to sell at the very
.LOVBPT;7PRl6iX8 FOR CASH.
Thia stock includea every variety of Hardware, to wit :
Farmers Implements, Carriage, Buggy and
Cart Material. '.Builders Hardware, Locks,
Grindstones, Guns, Pistols, Cutlery,
Ammunition, Gin and Saw
lrilill Beltjng, &c, &a,
in feet everv article usually kept in a Hardware Store. '
I bought for Cash, and offer the goods for CASH, at extremely low
.Farmers, Mechanics, saw Mill men ana ail consumers ox naruware wui
find it to their interest to purchase of me.
Whenever it may choose to encouraged in the South, it is ad
hear the truth, and act with some
generosity and magnanimity, the
dawn of a better era will appear.
mitted that the federal ! patronage
must be in the the hands of only
superior men. ' it is possible that
this sentiment will soon prevai" in
every one of the executive depart
I menta of the government'
This all sounds' very nice, but
a notorious South Carolina negro.
A number of the largest wholesale
merchants of New Oaleans, who1 had
ordered heavy shipments 01 goods np-
W. G. LEWIS.
H Tarboro, N. C, Sept 25, 1874.
AGRICULTURAL FAlES. 1
The subject of the expediency,
nrnnrJptv and nspfnlneRS of affricul-
rr--j 1 .. . a , , , ' yy
turar fairs is one that elicits mwe Teamy m omy oosn. now an
or less discussion in the public the present administration fail to
press each year as the time for, the appoint, incompetent , men in the
annual exhibitions draws near. " South if it only pats its partisans
Tirp rA a number of rood Deo- in office ? If one set is turned out
pie, the very best people, patriotic, as bad a one will be put in. If
State-loving, public-spirited peo- we; any wuin ;.in mis, u is a
pie. who believe that the amount of bid . for, the wiute people 01 the
on the accession of the McEnery gov-1 nN ,t,hc f December next, I shall lY'li
j j " to the htgoest bidder at Penny Hill, 10 I J!l
power, coumermaaueu 11.1 nntnber or alternate lots, mis place
is tne ciguesi point on rar Kiver uetween
Tarboro and UreeariDe, MnslO miles from
the former and lbjgaia rrora tne latter place.
Generally very healthy ; good water, with su
perior advantages as a phice of business.
.Penny Hill, 8enl. ?p. ,,?lUif
their orders when Kellogg was rein
There are two wings of the Eepubli
can party striving for the ascendancy
in South Carolina, the Chamberlain
wing and the opposition, the latter
being the refoim par' , and it is to
FALL AND WINTER.
SECOND AND LAST
be hoped that from itmuehgoodmay ftrQnfI flifll Cnnari
result to the oppressed people of that V dIIU UIH ViUHlCl I
- - I w .tt, a. tram " I
State. if 1 fintfTn ht Yrl a nAMT ifrtMi
pie, who believe that the amount of wa tor the wmte people 01 me Tu, yedding ot CoL Fie4j GraiO, ;. OF ijftftFjpftK.,, t , , ;
injury practiced by most of . our South, but we hope itr is' too ihin son of the President, -and; Miss. Ada, Qay Positively Fixed.
asricultural fairs in encouraging a
thirst for gambling by betting on
horse race?, and the fostering care
daughter of TL H. Hontre, ; q., Thursdav, 19th November.
will take place on the 20th of October, I LAST.CHANCE.
ThW- eAwmonT will be TTforrlvja at 1 ' This enterprise ii conducted by the MA-1
ine ceremony win De penormea at g0NIC KELEt r association of Nor-
the.residecce of Peter PalmeT. Esq., I FOLV, VA., under authority of the Virginia
Kenwood, near Chicago.
' Tha States of Now HamDshire.
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ana neany an me journals cry out Connect Orecon. North Carolina,
One Graa4 sh Oift of
One Uraaa Oiah. Gift of
One Grand Cas-h Gift of
One Grand Own Gift of-
pie who would do. much towards the
real .success of a fair that would re
spect their scruples. Our object j
is not, however, to show up the
faults of the system of agricultural
fairs, for what scheme of any kind
can be found that 13 perfect? but to
show some of the advantages that
flow from well ' conducted and well
They now all give Democrat
ic majorities," and some of them very J One Grand Cash Gift of
, t sr. .t,,! -r, . t I One Grand Cash Gift of
press anects to believe there . is no
change of consequence. Milton's Lu
cifer, though forewarned, could , ot
believe he would le expelled from
Heaven; yet he went, headlong.
It is represented that Grant Was in
a devouring rage when he heard of
the Louisiana revolt. He is represen
ted to have threatened to take the
field himself if necessary. The real
M.00CI Tickets - 6,00ft Cash Gifts.
To too Given Awayt
One Grand Cash Gift of 2,000
15 Cash Gifts of flOOO each 15,000
88 Cash Gift of .500 each 14,000
43 Cash Gifts of 250 each ......... 10,750
79.Cash Gifts of ' 150 each 11,850
350 Cm h Gifts of 1W each 25,000
57S Cash Gifts of ; 50 each 28,900
5000 Cash "Gifts of 10 each 50,000
60C0 CASH PRIZES aggregating- $250,000
- .TttN S STATEMENT.
Ttiir "Raltimore Suri'mva : Tho
of such sports, devoting to them a Bupplemeal 8Utement of Mr'; Till
disproportionate share of the pre. tQu a 'j3eecher business has
mium5' "VJM. r called forth some press comments,
puDlic lor more oi evu man . ins
, .. .i -f :
good cnectea tor e c.. gM .en0TagV 0f this moral mud throw- Tennes9eed Arkansas all voted for
culture, now just u &- ; The New York Herald says Grant.
tions may be, we ao not at present a uieleg8 and frnitleM discus.
undertake to say, but merely state ftQ(1 jg CQntent t0 hear nQ more
that they are of sufficient gravity to ifc tU ifc comM qt -m Qe
attract the consideration of the offi. the New York 2W6nn says
cers of the. agricultural societies, tkat a 8trictly legal investigation
ana are nem oy a cuaracr oi Po- . ;rnr,flPftt;iT -C(.saorv for the
vindication of Mr. Beecher, if he is
ever to be vindicated at all,' and
that this strong showing by Tilton
against Beecher proves that the
committee never got at the bottom
fo the facts; the New York Times
sava'the Statement produces no acterlxed the first enterprise,
j , .1 v r , ,rr tne aisturDance Kept mm irom getting johx l. roper, Pmident.
uc cuueuve, iuc new xura. rr vnu tQ Branch. All the afilic- For tlcket8 and circulars giving full infor
a xl 1 J i . . 1 I I mat Inn aHrlrp&a
"fl;? I "orJv,01 tions of the people in th. South are Bv.nKBC,wr,i.H..k,v.
- .i . i . i -ii . i o t uutmntr w aim. uluchs mev lntenera i Haoiu.ioiuiini Ma.wu
une wmg mat espeuauy Bug; poUation;' the Philadelphia Pre,, with hL pleasures. . - imrTllVrriAV
sts itself these times with us is I 4k4 tft lin Koliova ir . ATTPA TIllM
the immense crowd that is collected U y,. . The details of the burning of the 1 1 1 1 Lill 1 1U11 1
tnrraty nn tT,ooo rwKia Am manvl - 6 . Granite Mills at rail
" " J I en their conviction. On the minds
from far distances, to whom the re- . . .
f(, G '. , ...... onuose wao are nrm in ma mno- reftd W pablic into u sense of the
annrcim rf thp Sftp ran hft Pinihl-, I ..... . . I i
. cence it will have no effect; . the insecurity of out large buildings, if
f n,l f hue nrni ohinrr tho ?CTXT hABf I .... I O
, . ,6 v w , . ' Philadelphia North American says not to secure an amendment in the
advertisement to tnose .ecung h tfaat Micttion can do nothi node of 6tructure
vestments in iNorth Carolina, ot the .j... j.
Corner Afaiii and Pitt Streets,
TARBORO', N. C.
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
PRICE OF TICKETS:
Quarter Tickets $2 50
11 Tickets flOOCO
NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS.
Whole Tickets fl OOtf
Half Tickets " 5 00
The Largest Stock of
Gents', Boy's and Children's Clothing
This Concert is strictly for MASONIC pur
poses, and will be conducted with the same
reason of his wrath probably was that &&JSru which cUr'
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Fall Eiver,Massa, O O AT A STT &r P.O
chusetts, are enough to startle the . v w
character of her soil and the na-
other than pander to depraved senti-
Tnant? t.b Philarlplnliifi. Tnnnirer
tureof the products. There is no .g camuiatiTe of
better manner for an agriculturist Mf Beechef.8 a . Ao philadelH
to become acquainted with the in- . . m , , ... . . ,
1 , , phia Telegraph Bays 'that it bears
dustnes, manners, forms of society, , , 7 nr t t 3
, ' very hard upon Mr. Beecher, and
etc. ota people; nor 0 the fertility, tl ha3 but one interpeta.
of the soil and the salubrity of the philade hia HeraU
climate, than to attend one of their referB the CMe to the courtB. the
principle industrial exhibitions. He phiUdel hia ulletin ditt and
. . r . we say, in tne name of
an portions oi tuo 01 ate, us rrcn ai
articles on exhibition from perhaps
every county, by which he can
judge of the character of the. soil
and its adaptibility to certain crops; .. The friends of the South have
Each section of the State is thus been much gratified to see the tone
advertised, and tho landpurchaser of a large part of the Northern
can readily see the points best press on the Louisiana coup d' etat. I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
suited to the kind of culture he The North sees in the conduct of
wishes to conduct, without the haz Gov.; Penn an illustration of the LOST.
decency let this whole matter go
out of public print, it has already
been run ad eztremam nauseam.
Here was a great
pile into which were crowded seven
hundred operatives. There was only j
one way of ingress and ; egress, and
this was destroyed before the fright-1
ened inmates -could ; escape. Many
perished by jumping from the win
dows. About forty were destroyed
in this way or in the flames. The
account of the disaster in horrifying.
The sum distributed to Southern
schools for the last year, by the trus
tees of the Peabody fund, amount to
HAVE JCST RECEIVED
20 Barrels Sugar.
18 Bag3 Coffee.
25 Bbls. Cakes and Crackers.
90 Bbls. Flour.
25 Boxes Cheese.
40 Tubs and Cans Lard.
20 Boxes Soap.
10 Boxes Starch.
10 cases Concentrated Lye.
10 cases Oysters.
10 cases Brandy Peaches.
30 Boxes Cheap Cigars.
And have on hand a largo lot of
The Sacramento sugar-beet compa- BAGGING. TIES, MEAT, &C.
ny saved a 200-acre crop from des
truction by the army worms and
grasshoppers, by turning 500 turkeys
into the field. In less than. 21 hours
the business was done
zard of heavy pecuniary experi
The agricultural fairs also ac
complish a good by calling togeth
er a large number of the cultivaN
tors of the soil, and educating in
them an honorable emulation that
will materially benefit the general
cause. It becomes too a congress
where the various views of farmers
are freely ventilated, and where
each individual can gather new
ideas from the experiences of
others. It does some good also in
the pleasant reunion of friends that
each annual exhibition furnishes.
Let us then, people of the Tar
river and Roanoke section, see that
our country is properly represent
ed in the coming fall fairs. Let
us make our home fair, the Weldon
fair, an exhibition that will show
the intelligent farming system
practiced by. our planters, the va
riety of our products and the in
dustry of eur people ; and let us
endeavor' to' be so represented in
our State Fair as to 'show jtbe.relav
tive merit of our sectjon as com"
pared wuh other portions of. the
State, and contribute towards
making it one of the finest agricul-
The North sees in the conduct of
Gov: Penn an illustration of the
truth so frequently asserted, that
it is not against the government,
but the Radical party, that we
are striving. We have 'but little
doubt the late imbroglio in Louis
iana will do considerable good to
A NOTE of date ol Feb. 23rd. 1874, for the
X. sum of 431.07, drawn in ravor of J. W.
baa been lost. All persons are warned not to sl81m
iraae ior me aoove note, ana ine arawer is
notified not to pay the same.
J. W. J. HOUSE
Sept. 25. lm
FOR SALE LOW.
Tarboro, Sept. 11, 1674.
Information 1 1 1
The vsdersiBgecte receiving a large, and
.well feleofeq stock b Groceries, Provisions, ,
Bagging and Ts, I'atac6 Family' Flour,
etc., on consignment, which will be sold
rery low for Cash. Parties needing such
goods will save money by applying before
purchasing elsewhere. " Agricultural Lime
delivered in any .quantities low.
N. M. LAWRENCE.
Consisting of Dress and Negligee Shirts, Merino and all Wool Under
clothing. The latest styles Lanen and Jraper uoiiars, ocaris,
Handkerchiefs, SockB and Suspenders.
Youths' and Children's Clothing,
The greatest variety made in the latest styles and prices warranted as low as
goods of like quality can be oongnt tor in tne state.
Call and convince yourself that
A. Whitlock's Clothing House
, is the place where you can get a first-class outfit for Man, Boy or Child, at
a reasonable price. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Clothing of all kinds out and made to order at short notice and at lets
j than City prices. JG3T A good fit warranted or no sale.
A Large Stock of
Fine Olotlis and Cassinieres
ALWAYS ON HAND FOR CUSTOM WORK.
Sept. 25, 1,874. tf
TARBORO THESPIAN CORPS
NEW FALL GOODSI
LARGE & SELECT STOCK.
The genior Partner of
O. C. FARRAR & CO.
the South and the National Demo- MmfedSS5ty- UTth
crauc party. .. rrPiKJ n rrif-r
Jesse L. jriemmlne,' Hauy Ann t
uraddy, wm, K. Wajston ana
Leonora his wife, Win. K. Ow
ens and George lla his wife,
Rott. WalEton and Mary Ann
his wife, and F. D. M. Flem-
minir, an infant by her Grand- Summons.
son Theophulus Atkinson,
Henry C. 8kinner, Willis Skin
ner and Cary W. Fitzeerald
and bis wife tiarnh G. Fitzger
ald, Defendents. .J
State of North Carolina, . ,
To the Sheriff Jgeto$nbe County : j
"W7"OU are hereby commanded to summons
If the World could be effectually L !V: !"P, TV fM.a
gagged at election time, the pros- FlUgerald, the defendanU above named, It
pecU of the Democrats would trener- tUey 06 fo"d within your county, to appear
.11. v. ,.., (v at .the office of the Clerk of the Superior
ally be improved about fifty per cent. Court ior tne countT of Edgecombe wUbin
-New York limes thirty days after the service of this' stisamona
. , . , . on them, exclusive of the day of such setvice,
A special telegram, to the Courier: and answer the complaint or petition of
Journal says : "In the charge made pialntifffor partition by sale ota tract of land
nnoti th Matronolitana nnW Tinir of 100 acres, which was deposited ibtbeoi-
upon ine Aieuopoiitns, under j,iOng- flceof tne clerk of the Soperlor Oonrt for
Street yesterday, many of his old Vir- said county on the 3Iat day of 8eptemb)r;
nua veterans were inere. lie neard nu wi mem iaa.e nouw ma u uiej iuti
The Grand Lodge of the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows of
the United States is now in ses
sion in Atlanta, Ga. The reports
of the Grand officers show the Or
der to be in a flourishing condition
throughout the jurisdiction, include
ing the British Dominions, Sand
wich Islands, Australia, Germany
and South America.
inat yeu oi Tictory tnat nad once
sued hie heart with pride, and he
inglorioualy tied the field. The crack
shot of the city drew a bead on him
a moment before the first .fire, but
citizen begged him not to fire. That
man has not missed his mark for ten j
. m t - ,r..i.,t waa aadj
to answer the said petition within that time,
the plaintiff will apply' to -the Court for the
relief demanded on, the petition. . - , , '
Herein fail, not and pf this summons make
doe return. '
.. Given uudermy hand and seal of said Courts
this 21st da; of September, 1874. ' , .
Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe Co.
irred. rmiips, Attorney tor riainuo.
Also a NEW FARCE, and
The Tarboro' ThesDian Com would an
nounce that they will give an entertainment 1 has just returned from New York, where La
in a tew days, presenting for the first time cl" pnrcnasea a large owcit oi
in the city the thrilling drama of the
Dramafciafroo oper's popaplar novel GROCERIES, CLOTHING, ETC.
of that name. 7 '
He has also purchased a great variety of
MEN'S, YOUTH'S, BOY'S, LADY'S,
MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
which they propose to sell VERY CHEAP
They also have on hand TOBACCO- AND
SNUFF at Jobber's Prices; also
and a large stock of
They are also agents for the celebrated
THE dwelling corner Pitt and Trade 8ts.,
formerly the Bank. Lot full size, about
xoa ieet square, juain Dmlding brick, 12
large rooms, including basement, besides
vault and closets. Outer walls from 3 brickB
to not less than 2 bricks thick. All the
partition walls at least 1 1-2 brick thick, all
furred. Main roof slate addition tin. Fen
cing new. Building In good order.
-Price $5500, S1500 cash, balance at 8 per
. . , .i i) a . .
tcii),., i, , o uuu yeurs.
V, . G0- HOWARD.
July s. tf
R. A. SIZER,
We are willing to show our Goods.
rfuvisiou neiiier, give us a call
and test ear prices.
TknA M s I
taken in exchange, such aa Raw Hidea
TARBORO, N. C, Sept. 18, lm.
Showing the Number of Days the
Board has been in Session and
the per diem and milage each one
received from the 1st day of Sept.
1873, to the Zst day of August,
1874, viz :
The Board was in Session 24 days,
as follows . -
M. P. Edwards, Chm'n,
20 days, $40 00
Traveling 424 miles at
5o. 21 20 $61 20
IfcD. Mathewson 24
days, 48 00
Traveling 117 miles at
5c. 5 85
W. T. Godwin 23 days 46 00
Traveling 30 miles at
5c. 1 50
N. B. Bellamy 13 days 26 00
Traveling 320 miles at
5c. 16 00
J. C. Dancy 7 days
D. W. Harris 12 days
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
For sale by J. M. SPRAQINS.
Tarboro', Mar. 13, 1374. tf.
11 A J
McD Mathewson tax list
anil township services
C S Camper tax list and
Isaac Braswcll work at poor
W P Mabson clerk town,h"m
w . I
iuaaau iakiDg tax ijst
Dempsey Thorue takino tax
Gen'l Bullock making coffin
Morgan Hart "
Nathaniel Gav "
R .T Y.u ... ..
- lur supplies to
poor month of April 1874 3 '9 -McD
Mathewson taking lax ' "J
M P Edwards per diem and
McD Mathewson per diem
N B Bellamy per diem and
W T Godwin per diem and
D W Harris per diem and
o Duggan services
May 18. Colin Belcher and wife sup.
Nelly Battle for support
Richmond Carson dinin
Peter Daniel witness ticket
Nancy Bullock "
Joseph Chessun " "
Jon 1. Daniel Hinea snntwir
R H Davis taking tax list
and township services
F U Whitted taking tax list
and township services
W W Whitted taking tax list
and township services
Israel Hargis taking tax list
and township services
John I Lewis taking tax list
and township services
Henry C Bullock building
W H Johnston rent of house
for D Williams
W H Johnston for brick
David Laae township servi
ces B P Jenkins township servi
ces W G Lewis merchandise for
Enquirer Southerner pub
lishing Dr L L Staton medical ac
Dr L L Staton medical ac
count 19 iju
Dr L L Staton medical ac
count 9 5y
J E Simmons making coffia 4 oo
J C Bobbins fees as consta
ble in State cases 9 00
John Lancaster taking tax
list 10 00
Dred Pittman witness ticket 3 70
ABCheak " " 2 16
Hardy Sherrod " 5 &o
Lewis Battle " " 2 10
Frank Bullock " " 3 80
Jerry Lancaster " " 4 20
Simon Pope " " 4 20
Phil Hunter " " 5 10
Edmond Gay " " 4 CO
Joel Gardner ' " 3 40
Henry Exum " " 3 10
Silas Hyman " " 5 35
Isaac Page " " y jo
Guilford Moore " " 4 50
W H Gardner " " 8 10
Thos Coultrain " " 3 60
Neptune Harrell " " C 00
Polly Taylor " " 4 70
Seth Speight " " 2 30
" 2 B F Mayo taking tax list
and township services If 00
B J Keech f-.r fees from Oct.
to April 108 90
W H Johnston legal advice
and fees 85 00
R S Taylor copying tax list
and township services 12 00
W H Knight for insolvent
polls &c, for 187 2 203000
B Bryan insolvents (poor)
1871. 189 41
B Bryan insolvents (school)
1S71 1188 09
" 3. W P Mabson township scr.
vices 4 46
Dr A H Macnair medical ac
count 1873 C 50
McD Mathewson services
Board Education 1 0 00
M P Edwards per diem and
milage 12 80
McD Mathewson per diem
and milage 9 00
D W Harris per diem aol
milage S 00
N B Bellamy per diem aud
milage 3 20
W T Godwin per diem and
mileage 8 00
B J Keech per diem and clerk 8 00
J B Hayrer fees as constable 1 75
Cbas Walston witness ticket
J B Rayner "
Jim Weaver " "
Henry Bellamy " "
i " ii ii
Jordon Odom ' '
fll CI II tl
C Pope " "
July 6. J B Batta support lunatic
Sally Noble " self
H Atkinson " "
Britton Edwards support lu
natic Hannah Harrison support
Susan Slancil support s?Ji
Mark Wiraberly "
Mariah Wiraberly " "
Harry Garrett ' "
Ansy Jones " "
W Powell "
Haws Newton " "
Oilly Braswell ' "
Nancy Wadkius " "
Jim Lloyd " "
Nancy Jones " "
Polly Moore " "
Nancy Todd " "
Sally Devereaux " "
Nancy Denton 'upport for
self and children
Palsey Cherry for support
Nancy Suraerlin "
Mary Tolston "
Nancy Harris "
Manah Spier "
Louisa Brinkley "
Clara Hilliard "
Delila Bottoms "
Essie Cobb and wife "
Bettie Brady "
Patience Brady "
William Weaver "
Mary Burroughs "
Eli King and wife "
Nancy Barlow "
Charlotte Ilorne "
Emily Tedder "
Brigget Foxhall "
Daniel Hines "
Isaac Joyner "
Martha Moonabam "
Luasy Summerlin "
George Wilkins "
Charlotte Hopkins "
Silvy 8hurley "
Amanda Byruni "
M E StimniTlin
Roana Battle "
Sarah Bait! "
Milly Battle "
Hettie Deal '
Edith Hopkins "
Jacob Knight "
Charlotte Belcher "
Edward Barlow "
Ellen Lee "
Edith Mooring "
Violet Dancy "
Cornelia Dancy (Cato)"
Caroline Dancy "
Nancy Lewis "