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E. U. STAMPS,
- - Editor.
FRIDAY. : : : : OCT. 16. 13 '4
TH 1 SOUTH.
The New York Tribune says of
Mf,rm in the Southern States :!
at Washington of vast refonr. im
pending over the Federal olfiees in
the South, and the Civil Service of
half a dozen States is trembling at
the prospect of retribution. Spec
id Agents of the Treasury and
Post Office Departments have just
returned from a tour of inspection
in the State of Texas, where scores
of the proteges of Senator Flanagan
are said to have been found scan
dalously corrupt or inefficient.
Their appointments to office have
been obtained in some cases by the
payment of money the Senator
himself, it is hinted, is involved in
the transactions. As soon as the
President goes back to Washington
there are to be wholesale removals
and prosecutions in the courts. The
rule of allowing Republican Senas
tors to dictate the federal appoint
ment3 in their respective States has
resulted, so the Administration dis
covers, " in foisting many unfit men
upon the public " service.' There i
must now be a cha. The Tres- !
ident intends to resume the patron-
r.fLinrr5 tn liim '
and hereafter "the responsibility of I
rejecting fit men shall be thrown !
uDon the Senate." Such Is the an- i
nounccment whic!. we the !
re of publishing yesurdy. We j
have no doubt it c'o...es indirectlv i
. a- , , , ' I
from an official source, or at least ,
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tlI LSV11I ? uuiviai lien . i ins j
1 ,. .
!;ow patronage policy, tne aspect in j
which it is to be contemplated by ; - Dear Sirs :-I desire to call
ail faithful followers of the ruling ! your attentioa t0 th- horrible scenes
yldmini-trnti-.n. Looking up-"n the ' of violence and bloodshead trans
pr.'poscd clnn".' as disinterested ' Pirir5 throughout the South, and
observers, r in doubt wliethcr i 8US-'eSt lhat '0U 6ive .ft era a3 rtat
, , , , ,, . i pioiumeiice as possible in your
to gamble arP,aud. 1 hcoreti- j f,apor (rQm ttig , im( Mftfj7
ealiy it i;? step in the right direc j elation !
tion. Practicnily. is there certain i "Tiiomas J. Brady, Ch'm'n-"
to bo 'in improvement in the Civil
Sprvir wKon tlip pririlpgo nf initi
ating appointments is monopolized
bv r J; f funrtionrirv who rpnnrnina-
. "i t ci i a , t t, ,!
tcl Jj"SS Shpntuia, put t achari ;
and Ciiev in nower at Xer iVIonm
, ,", , . !
and would nave given the ermine of ;
the Chief Justiceship to Kel!op"'s
attorneys, Williams and Cashing, i
if the Sennte had not taken " the j
responsibility of rejecting" unfit
" Reform in the South is not to j
be secured by the removal of a few j
peculating postmasters and default
ing revenue agents. Criminals of
that sort are found in every com- I
munity, anil wlen the Goven.ment j
sends them to jail it merely per
forms one of its ordinary duties th it
calls fur no more remark than the
discharge of a function of routine.
The worst disorders of the recon
etiucted States are attributable to
the partisan activity of a class of
office-holders of whom Mr. Williams
at Washington and Mr. Casev at
New Orleans :ivc conspicuous types.
The duty ot a Federal marshal, col
lector, postin-tster nay, even of a
Federal judge according to the
base code of ethics which politicans
of this sort proles, is principally
to look after elections, and see thit
the Stalp ij cuoioil fii- t ; ,a
- "ii.v. IUC 11,111 I
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SliiC, H not bv bsliot-, WiiV thfll bv i
. . .
ii-juncuoiis, in.-u.-iaiiiii-c.-i, c.'icck- ;
books, and military - iilo:.-. '
are the men oi wioun
J 1 1'.-iiieot
ought to 1 tlieve tho '.amy if In- j
ivaiiy do.-ires rifonn. It will not
heip j much if the patrun&go is to
bo t;.ktii away fiom Senators who
hao no i i:rnt to tt.iniy to be clutch- j
r -1 1 nt ii' j hiiHi-s it."
L.i.i'L ... j
.ri'o.-'t ::S!' Oi'tatiCtf.
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: . i-o - - 1-0, o.iueiv:
' .f ile j. ic d, ij.
o 1 ., , .oiju.
i.i.iiourii j iij.osition in
. tin Car lina .it
it, U f-ii : XhaU
n '.'c tjUiljitut
' - s. ci-ci.t is impaacd, is
niiiuiiuMoi, is slopped, tie whole
popubuion will suffer, the growth of
the Commonwealth will be retarded
and its industrial interests will re-
- ii. ...
C .i . e 11 I IV.V fporn nrV. V. I.
, , . uiuy uc
h u-a to recover.
Let the Legislature wisely con-
Uidev the danger, prudently resolv.
to employ the means in its power to
avert that danger and courageously
perform its duty regardless of clamor
and wifh an eye single to the pros
perity of the people and the honor
of the old State, never yet sullied
by her true sons. Lei some arrange
ments for a compromise of the debt,
an arrangement which will not
impoverish the people and which
will be just to the creditors, be
devised us soon as possible. The
people favor a fair and honorable
j adjustment of the debt of the State.
; We do not think they desire a Con-
! ... i ii .
vention at this time unoer an ice
We thoroughly agree with
friends of the Star on the matter of
the State debt, but think we should
lt no opportunity escape ub to get
rid of our odious constitution. We
are in favor of a constitutional con
vention if it is practicable.
Frofessor Tyndall has modified
one of the most notable of the ex
pressions used in his late Belfast
address. In the version printed
under his own supervision he chang
es that part where he is represent
ed as saying that matter contains
" the promise and potency of overy
form and quality of life." This
appears in the printed version as
follows : " Bv an intellectual ne
cessity I cross the boundary of cx
perimental evidence, and discern in
that matter which we, in our igno
ranee of its latent rowers, .... have
hitherto covered with opprobrium,
the promise and potency of all ter
THE SECRET DISCLOSED.
The following letter, which found
its wav into the wronji hands and
in that manner Lad publication,
probably gi'.e s-r me explanation
of the remarkable increase of crimes
wch has been reported by tvle
graPh from the South :
"Rooms of the Kep. State Cex-
thai. Com., Indianapolis,
e ' ,
September 3, 18 1 4.
TJ'i f jl rr T) 77
Lditors of the union. Jienseladt r,
Joha T. Green and M. 11. Dulanj
are the Keform liepublican candi
idles for Governoi and Lieutenant
Governor of South Carolina. Judge
j (ucene is a native, and is held in
i'ifeh f&teein bv men of all parties,
iiigli f&teein by men of all parties
Dulany is a negro, and held a com
t'liseion as Major in the Federal
ai my during thenar.
The election of the Reform ticket
is by no means ;m impossibility.
A London dispatch acouucea the
death of the Duke of Licsster.
More of KMofg-s stubs haTe Wn
discovered, and the Boston Post says
they eclipse Oakes Ames' memoran-
At Salt Lake, Utah, the Grand
Jury indict! one of their own num
ber for lascivious cohabitation. Lie
is charged with having four wives.
Win. Gaston, of Massachusetts, a
standing Democratic candidate for
Governor, again leads the forlorn
hope, as a candidate for Governor of
Gassaway Ii. Lau;-r, who died
recently in Nnw York, bequeathed
one hundred thousand dollars for tho
erection at Savannah of a homo for
aged and infirm negroes.
Wo had high hopes for Zoo Vanoe;
but since he hns takn to wrilin? for
.1 .. .... ,
t!, press his polite ! prosnccts havo
.11 , i-r
be-n trreatlv dtt'i..;- 1. lie writes
? o m frer to he Pienident.
10 If chmotid Enquirer.
Tl.f Infernal Revenue receipts for
th numth of iVp;. mber, were $8.-
j oSS 025, wliioh is nai.i to be a decrease
i f f about a quarter of a mil'ion from
lat e.ir, tho rifertii r.f Siatit;cs
It aid to he anenrfained fact thaf
tho Rocky Mountain oacn farr.i'd
t'ie orily sptn atiou between thu two
oceans .-( which thre ilio'isa. d
inilt's f ivii'.rry 11 w niti-rvenp, nn
that. tMi fi r.-t oil rendered habita'-!
from the r.-i-io, of t..,j wateM wrn
the n.. v hnrrmi 1 l:as cmtiioui to
If iMi't safi) to m ddle with Bis
ma ck -vn in h c vil scit. The
i f rei :ti d.pufi ht-.s huw he diepmsi a
! ol an lout ir, iaw euit. It is
! pr -lut ie t at th- jiHpers Sought wnro
pol ijiul doi 11 ti eir.s of i portinicn,
j ' ,;,,t in - iy iir'.vtte letters on
l t c- :iaf . r-. .'v-ii d n't ?t'Co er
. " ' '.' - ; ant ,-r lo.
A ;:. -.0 the l'oson Uajc-4t-
io- . u .,ti ii -vi-r:4ii,eut has issued
in ordur of cxi'ii Nkm agai.ist the
J-i retiidioj iu Warsaw who were
not burn iu that city and batfe no
fixed occupation, there. The Jewish
Chronicle says; "No less than 12,
000 Jews w::l b affected hv ih
j harsh decree, the truth of which
iriii uecree. 1111
. ' lu"
j n-Quir8 con-maion. We ham it
on Kood authority, however, thai the
j Buyema government acts in a most
The Board of Health of New York
have determined to celebrate the 4 th
of July, '79, by the inauguration of
n. mM!i do ii nr h fori ti.w-.
SUluauuu.u. F"u"u o
place, where all llie business of
, ... p j.- : xr
Siaugntenng ior consumpuuu iui-
York shall be carried on. They have
is6ueu a 1ecreo to this effect, so that
all the scattered slauir'iter house3
must be on that day concentrated,
and i' business of slaughtering raust
ii.- rein uo uuuuuuou ulu-.
ivi'Ya nnrl thfl BUDerintendence of
Veterinary surgeons, in order tnat ail
nu'-sanco shall be prevented and that
none but healthy meat shall' be
brought to the New York market
The Business Situation.
In an article on "The Business Sit-
natinn ' thfl Nw York Time3 ex-
f . i
tho nnin ftO that the rumors
of distress of prominent business
houses in various departments of
trndft in that oitV WOUld not have
traae in mac cny nuum uui u .
been that there has been a general
expectation since last fall that a con-
. L . o r- -1 1 1
siderable number oi lanures woum
occur sooner or later. There was a
creat deal of real distress last autumn,
a universal demand for settlement,
and for' the time being many debtors
were unable to respond. .Extensions
cf time were arranged in most cases,
Dart of which were known and part
not. Ihe former have neen genera uy
met, DUt in many vusub wiim;u
Kaon VTif1 ftfld flVflr tlm extant of the
v. aA ha firPoaa nf
ULLAUal iaoouiuub auu i
the renewal arrangements have not
been known. This undefined element
Of dOUDt has resuitea in a BeuBr.
feeling that if the compromises OI
last year should result in a heavy crop
, , 1 1
of failures no one would be surpns-
m. Tn fin, what is now hanpenine
is looked upon as rather the heavy
, vwav- ... . . . I
eround swell alter tne tempest 01 jasi
fall than the result of any subsequent
blow to the business of the county.
The severe shock which business
in everv rlenartment received from
tho nn kat fall hadthrt effect of
inducing business men throughout
but? VUUUtrjf to lixailltgu Llir if 'mu.i .) i
ivith preat caution and -zood sense,
though tho corresponding reduction I
of expenses in various depart n-.c uts
made bus'mesa dull, and in view 01
fK.a (lnlln aaa .,alf.ta halTA VlAPn r.ftTA
ful on the oae hand not to overstock
their stores, and on the other hand
not to extend their credits. The
la .lit 1,a Wn lonient
with debtors, and there has been a
desire to woik alonR saftdv, and take
in all pail not absolutely necessary to
J - , I
navpate, so as to run as nti'.e tisk as
possible. Even if an unusual numbu
cause great depression or alarm. The
and irorablv neariy all, housrs tha-
were really 6o'.vent the 1st of Sep-
. i 1-0 a j . : ..,k
ITllfr I i . 1 , t-h I I. 1H . Iin. Illlll.ll
better position to stand any business
eiia.i t j that are now possible than
'Mytk-n were." In similar tone,
jfiriat the same time sharply satiriz
ing the despondent, speaks the New
York BuU-tn. ee.llent authority in :
Ilonce tho hope rs entertained that j
while business may not be largely
prosperous this winter, there will be
no general distress, and that there
will be a speedy revival of business
activity, i he country is producing
8tadily and its consumption is dimin
ishing, which, sooner or later, must
lead to a renewal of prosperity.
Cixcisnatti, Oct. 14. From very
lull returns from all parts ofuhio,
received during the night, it is evi
dent that tho fetate has gone JJemo
xril. V,n fn, liluflfl I.Ofiil n,c.
Returns from Indiana are so mea
gre that the result is uncertain. The
Kepublicans claim 7 of 13 Congress
met. In Iowa and Nebraska the Repub
licans carried the day.
In Arkansas the Conservative can
didates were elected.
A North Carolinian by birth, but
a Ealtimorean by adoption, residing
near Patterson Park, has three
valuable milch cows which he calls
"Pitch," "Tar" and "Turpentine."
A question having been raised as
to the birthplace of Kellogg, the
Charlotte-villa, Virginia Chronical
suggests that as he was evidently con
ceived in sin, ho must have been
brought forth in iniquity.
"l"'r"T" 111 1 ti 1 f iirTr Tmmmtr ir 1 r w rr'
MEW AES V R T ! S E f Ii E K T S .
Wffis ! 1 liriil
fam now prep aped to furni.-h GOOD OYS
TEKS hv pi a'e or measure Ail I ask is a
trial helore purchasing elfew here.
J. M. 8PRAGIN8.
Oct. 16 h, 4 871. Sm
0 TUESDAY, the f?rd day nf November
4. ext. he. pund lortni-riy oecnpi- d iy
u-s-. Piitt.!i r, L-wis Jt Co., i wi'l r . !! at
pnMie aue ion ttic
Largast Lot cf Hard wars
ever odei td to Dealers and citizens In ihis
eecrioii 01 lh; c-!:ue. The stock l all Lew
r.d -?o-;':e ( avinir hcea l itelv pure ns.-cl)
and eoiiM- i-hieBy ofCOoK. STOVKSot the
vciy ! fit iii.i:.c ai: 1 latest p-t v 11s; also I'ar
loi ai.: ui'ice S.oves iu i"e.t variety. A
1 itcc ' -f 111- ARE ot" tho hit-l ir.altii d ;
l li'iiii Hoi-s, I'tows an. I Plow i.'aj-
: - Pl.oiterB, Well UiickeW, Corn
ear , ..on-, pokes, Fire D-j., Cot on
. Mi ' Nail-;, Uuiriry itanivrs, C- coa
.) r., v illow and Wood Ware, and uu-
ii ,un oihe articleB Rueli as is usually kept
lor .i n u dware bloics.
th-' . - . -ion of th" tade trenera!!-is rooft
ic-l'iTif 1 iy .iUea to ihib sale, as it eooij.: 18
s h - 1 !.', mid without doubt, thi! moat
c. h-.b a, el; of ciaple goods that bave ever
l. e'l 11 r- ii i-l ,uhlie auction, aud selected
t cnit. 'he trade in this eeetiou.
The v. hole to be sold without iiinil or re
The f.iii- to con.nieiiee iromptly :.l 10J-
o'eloc'i A. M , ami c ntirue Irmu d to da
ii. 'il 1 he wiode i-toek is closed out
UKUKN W li.l.IAMS,
l :ihor. . t 10, '.S74-td Auctio-t-i r
Dress Making Emporinui
f RS. S. E. StlER, would respectfully in
iTi forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin
ty that site ha opened an establishment ia
the brick store next door to W. S. Clark',
where she is prepared to
Cut, IPlt and 3Iae,
Ladicg and Children Dies.es la the Latest
Our NEW SFKING FASHION PLATES
re now open lot inspection.
March 20, 1874. tt
"JTROM my farm on Monday night, the 28th
Ii nf9,..mi,., - PURAM 1WR1T. win.
black mane and tail, blind in the right eye,
about 12 years old and of medium size. A
reward of Twenty Dollars -will be paid to any
one who will famish information that will
lead to Ler recovery. Address
J. H. AL8BKOOK,
Oct. 9 -1 vn. Scotland Neck, N. C.
rrHE undersigned expects to commence
A on Tuesday Vight, the 20th Inst., a series
of Twenty tour lessons in vocal music,
of Morris & Bro.. on Tuesday and Thurs-
day nights of each week until tie number is
Those deairinfir to attend can 1. re their
naraos at this office or with the undersigned
Oct. 9.-lm. J. K. WHEELER.
Piney Grove School.
I l wun pnue iuai x cu iuo atwuuyu i
. . i i n .v : r
j. the publu-to tne cotaition oi rmey irove
Free Vuite School under my management,
I have had an average attendance of 25 eehol-
ars anu mey nave laaaa rpiu prugrcsu. as
I expect to make school teaching my perraa
, oc,.ni)auon. l vat this beiore the public
nent occupation, 1 pat this beiore the public
v. o. xiv i.
Oct. '.), 1874. tf.
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
The Sixteenth Session will commence on
Thursday, October let, 1874, and close on the
' - ;drtRCrTnltiou in advance IM.
yQr particular information address
J. DeB. HOOPER,
Aug. 14.-8m. Wilson, N. C.
FAD C A I 17
rrHE dwclline corner Pitt and Trade Sts
formerly the Bank. Lot full size, about
155 feet square. Main building: brick, 12
larce rooms, including basement, besides
. vXt. Outer walls from 3 bricks
ti not less than 2 bricks thick. All the
partition wa is at least 1 1-2 one
furrn.I Mnm roof slate addition tin. ren-
. Building in trood order.
irice $5500, $l5tK) cash, balance at 8 per
cent., l, 2, ' and 4 yc.us.
Robert Taunahill. W. T. Tnnnahill
ROjjT XW.WIULL & CO.,
No. 120 Pearl Street,
josevh v. Jenkins. Kob;. H. l'endtr
, ... g r IM ! 9 M G P. (TTi
J. W. JEN KIN S & CO.,
:W Fredenck Street,
B O Itimoro.
W ill make I'keral advances on ih!imPnt
of Cotton. a;o will furnish Bagirii., T-s,
Farm sUi rli -, Ac. scp.ll-.m
N M T ( P U
x ihe llth davof December nest, I hail
II t0 tue hieuest bidJ-r nt r. nrv Mil1,
N. C . a number of alternate lots. This place
is the hi. !:st uoiut on lar Kiver betwi-en
T,.lnr, ' ;r....Mv;t!e l.einrr 10 niil.- from
the former 71 V miles fronTthe latter place.
Generally viry heuithv ; ood water, with bu-
r1"-' - ja. K. THIGFEN.
Fenny Hill, Sent. 2't.
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
V i li XlfiAim
M a l lilt liriUi,Pt
Tartooro, N. O.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY BUYING AT THE
LIVE BOOK STORE.
KT" uti ders.ned having :-it retnrned
, A )r
oni New York with a IV LL STOCK, )
consist imr ot j
BOOKS, STATION KRY, FANCY GOODS,
SOAPS, ClOAK, TOBACCO,
respectfully solicits the pitronae of the
public. lli-.viug bought at PANIC PRICES,
I am prepared to oiler inducements.
QUICK SALF8 AND SMALL PROFITS
IS MY MOTTO.
ft I atu also Agent for the American
Cycloptedii, Thistle Edition of Waverly,
Stanit and Seals, ihC"t Music, (ilioe's Slate
Roof Paiutinjf and latest periodicals and pa
pers. T. E. LEWIS,
at Redmond's Old Stand.
Tarboro', April 10, 1SU. tf.
THESE Mills are in excellent running or
der, and will make good Flour and Meal,
and would ask thoe who have wheat they
want grouud to give in a trial.
LAWRENCE !fc MOORE,
Sparta, X. C.
I hivii O'l h-iitd nar "
Three 1 1 in,-'. d Thoa...
". E. S-.tigf' house,
;i.l feet of GOOD
v liiel. 1 will sell at
1 . I'.OORE.
S a-. ::-, N. C
rjlUE Store occupied at present by M. R.
I Jones, will be for rent oti the ljth of
September next. The location is one of the
most desirable, in Tarboro lo the Dry Goods
and Grocei " bui-.ic:-..
i'erm. vtsy. Apply to
j. A. WILLIAMSON
Aug. '-3. tf
AND DEA LEW IN
Boots & Shoes, Tin and Wood
en Yiare, &c.
MainHt., - Ti rbot-o C
April 1'J. iy
DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES.
ScO., SrC, &C.
est door to Mrs. Peudei 'b Hotel,
TARHOKO. K C.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOKS ! !
Just received at the
Tarboro Book Store
a supply of
Also quite an assortment of
at Nw York retail prices.
April 10,1674. '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS j NEW ADVERTISEMENT
fn tFImple i Tgets. Lodie7" COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
r nC.ll Combination Needle-book, wi'h run T ,,mhar Pci"rti
Chroino fiend stamn. dean & Co., Jew j
WORKING rEUl'L..tl ! 0 o- reii.uii, (
Emiilovtnent at home, per week
warranted, 110 ca;.!lal required. Funiculars I
and valuable samples sent free. -A-ldres 'wtn j
cent return stf.mp, . avs?, '
lustrated. Oreat Inducements to .-'iiis.
For terms and circulars, redress t.w
WORLD PUIU.lblUX; LO , I'Miaf.ii. -nv
Wnrk At non"'' ,u'!,0 i',r
week, day or evening. No C;i; url
IOr ail We send valuable package of troi'
by mail free. Address with bix c-eut n t' ,
stamp, M. Yotrso, 173 ir'emvii-!i SU, N. '
f'3.00 worth of samples give-.i away u Uioou
who will become agents. J . iiKif, l w ,
767 Broadway, N. Y. !
Agents Wauted ! Dinloma Awarded i
for k w J' CT0 Ii I A L Isi is LtS
12,000 ILLUSTRATIONS. Address for cir
culare A. J. HOLMAN & CO., '.UiO AIICH St.,
Coughs. Colds, tt&nr&cness,
AND ALL THROAT DISKASF.S,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. 4w
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FllfiE !
WE want a representative in every neigh
borhood to take ordi-rs and deliver
goods for our GREAT C. O. 1). SALE of Sta
ple Family Goods. The mot popular and
best money-making busine-s in America, for
young, old, male or female, at home or trav
eling. Larjrs cash profits, a compu te ojittif,
samples of goods, lists, circulars, etc., SENT
FREE to any address. Addre.-s
AlDEN, HALL A CO.,
4w. 0 N. Howard St., Baltimore, Md.
1IT1TVDC' VI? IV ill? II 4 VlV' I eommend them as gu-ts of honor and iuteg
HAlIiliJ lilf St-lLri I ; rity, and lullv entitled to the confidence of
SQUARE ad LPR?S!1T , ( Tli i H. W.IICGIIFS.V. S .Judge Easfn I)i.-t. Va.
touch clastic, the tone poweriui, pure ami
even through the entire t-cak', yet mellow and
Waters' Concerto Organs
cannot be exec' 'eil :l tone or bsa.u ;
defy competitlr.n. The .''tseert i?:j. It. a
tine tin tatiou ol tli,' Human Voice.
Warranted tor 0 a car.'. PUtC!".. EX-
TKEMELY LOW for "ca-! or :. c-tsh. a-.d
balance in monthly p-iymem. ?ec"i..l-h-!M,
instrumenta at treat " I e.-fa:n. AliENT
WANTED. A liberal di-co't'it m T'-ai -In rs,
Ministers, Churches, f-choo'. Lodges, e;.
Illustrated Cntalogue'i, ini'.ii-M!.
110UACK waters .v m-n,
4w 4S1 Broadway, N. V. 1'. ( . l.hx
EYE AM) hi I-SHT1IL
ji z A7i jr. il iss.ee; i.tt. :j
I'mfssor of Eve aud Ear ),'. j ! '
i-crsi'j of Md ,
ccrireon in Ciia.'i.'.
This ii:ititntion, e- l;il:!s';u d i-i cih- of the
largest and Iine?t dv,-clli-.L- :u the ciry
B-.:l;imore, is thor:!.ly oi . i,i : ..ud i':: !
up wiTh ewry eoiieiiii'i!Ci' ,-i!;c im;-!-':.'
treat men I ot pcrsous sulf'-riax' ;ro:a V.::
Each patient ha a ehaini.or if hi-n-:-::", a ul
rei eives every attention Iroia s-UUh-d n '.:.-
The Surgeon with hi: ! i-iiilv ri.ir- ::: li t
Institute, a very fi e;t eo:. :.;ei.ce to t.;.
fick, epici:i!ly t'.ii.-e'.pr;'if'. upon, ulim-u
he visited at all times ami a :iionie!!t- t:.-: .
Thisi l. -iri'ic - ..rio.i w'. a-o.;
hy letter to JVL1AN .1. (.Ui'iLM ,' "
lw 55 Franhlin St., Bi:.u. : , .M1.
winner of it:;.i;ii mm; -
and DIl'LOilA ol liotior, at Vict:r..t. 'T'i . ,
l'a; is, T.7. now :'. A-:-o. ::!
of I lie BEST CABINET ri;i;.. in;;.,
world, iii'-Iu lin new sty !e v.;;;. n eeni im
provement, Ui't QUIV eV.'-lll-ive io. C.lM!. !?
l'orroerlv. hutalo 03 JCE VV j'i.iNi 1 'r 'CAs V
PAY tl EM'S, the liltl.-t I'OV'.I ;: el (,f ,.. .
ed. Organs Keir.-.l i;h IViv.Iip' cf
ehae, to ahn .- ".v part of t! c eiiiii'rv.
1 First payment o'r iti.-;-d- i!i:i-ti:ir".:
I KSlS :'mwn
i MASON .v HAMi.l.N 1 'i.liAN 1 l.
4vt 13oUin, New Yoik or (l:i;-..;
Wi.'I buy a F.rst Mortf-ge PreiMiutn Bond ot
N. Y. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION CO.,
Authorized by the Legislature ot the St.iti? of
2d Premium Drawiug-, DEC. 1- 18V4.
3d Serie3 Drawing-, JAN. 4. 1875
EVERY BOND will be Rede meil w'th a Vvr
niium, as au npiivalent lor Interest.
CAPITAL PREMIUM, SiOO.COO.
Address, for Boud-s and i u il :u:oi inatiou.
MORCENTHAU, BRUNO & CO.;
Financial Agents, Si PARK BOW, X. Y.
Posi Office Draper lw
H AVE YOU TRIED
J U II UISEISm'I.
ARE YOU ;
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitate d V j
Are you fo Languid l' t ..:!.. i - i:..?! , - !
quired liioie o! iu ciiou ;:.a.i : ;;;.( i. aij.e
of laakiut; '.
Then trv .Trnt'I!"N .
TCtlic Itn-iee.,-...-,.-, . . . '
j ck'liV on tii." secret -ve oi.-.o,; . . . ,
i i :""' t i ih? i"-i ! . ..
I: i- i. i ;.ie oii.i.ie .10 . -r 1 . .
... a e r l.jilie, , . . ,
e . iahie lui.ie at-iiji diuvl.j v.. ... ;
and tpl( en.
Jt . emulates the Bowel- ty-ii. s 'ii- nerve-,
and zxws. cuch a health toi-.e to t ,. u ii..,.. !
system as lo boc-n iu.ike ii.e uiva.i.i j-.ei lii.ea ;
new person. i
lis o;)erl!Gll is le t ioe lli, tut :S i1.:m.h-'
ter!zi-t br s-'.'it aci.! !:;.:--. ; thu j..:t:-i.: :jv.
peiiei.. ..01.) Midden (i:ai;u--, no marked rc- ;
suits, t.: t ura, lua.lv bis 11 bles
" Fold their lent , !' the Arabs,
And silel.il v 'e 1! aw ." !
This is no new am! ini'iie;! discoverv, but
has tecu long used wi-h wo.iderliil rcnVd..i'
results, and :s proiiotii.eel ! y the highest I
medical au' horitief . "the Lost pow ri'ti! I
tonie an 1 a'tei alive i,i:o.vi:." I
Ask von- drugirist f r it.
WM.'F. KIDOEH fc C- .,
1'nr ;-lc by
BUY YOUR FURNITURE BISECT
And Save 2G Per Cent.
r;-i I -
4 v 1
r:r Jrr m e.
i-v ' f cr5i rr.rs3 1 J
i ... .ii jt. m
si tea V a-, 1
.7 L-Sd :.Jl-
Walnut Parlor Suits, P.cps or Hair
Cloth, containing seven pi -ees :() 00
Walnut Bedroom Suits, Marbles tops,
containing ten pieces '. 5'j 00
Beautiful Painted Collate Suit, Com-
Plete 10 00!
ALSO, A MAGNIFICENT VARIETY OF
HIGH COST WORK
Full Catalogue and Price of all bit Stock
sent by Mail, free on application. Write for
uuuuil j v.uuiuot , iiUJU.,
TIERS AB i WATTOX&CO.,
!7 JVOK I'll LO.MBAIID ST.,
Send for PRICE CURRENT.
1 v Refer to BANK OiT C OM MERCE.
FIRST GRAND C! FT CONCERT.
IVIonlpelier Female Hu
AT ALEXANDRIA, AA.
M0VEMBE3 23rd, 1874.
LIST OF GIFTS.
1 Craud l.li Gift SKW.OOO
I (iraud Cash Gift :0 000
1 Grand Cash Gift W.OlMI
10 Cash Gifts, ?10,000 each J00,rXK)
35 Cash Gilts, 5,000 each 75,000
50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each f.0,000
10i Ca.-h Gifts, 500 ea,-h 50,000
i l.of-0 Cash Gifts, 10O each 100,000
1,000 Cash Gnu, 5') each 50,000
2!i,HKI Cah (iUts, L"0 each 400,000
ii-,17s Cash Gifts, amauutiux to
Number of Tickets, lOO.OOO.
FRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole Tickets .20.00
Halves. 10 00
Eighths or each Coupon 2 50
5; Tickets for 100.00
The Montpelier Female Humane Associa
tion, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia
and the Circuit Court or Orange Co., j repos
es by a Grand Gift Concert to establish and
endow a " Home for the Old, Infirm, and
Destitute Ladies of Virginia," at Montpelier,
the former residence of President .Tames
Governor's Office, Richmond, July :i, 1874.
It affords me pleasure lo say that I am well
acquainted with a large majority ol the offi
cers oi the Montpelier 1'eniile Humane As
sociation, who reside 111 the vicinity of uiy
j hme, and I attest their intelligence and their
j worth and hih reputation as gentlemen, as
! well as the puopc confidence, influence and
i sir stantial means liberally represtntedaincng
' him. JAMES L. KEMP Kit, Gov. Va.
; Alexandria, Va., July X, 1ST !. I
1 r urther references by permission : His!
Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex Governor j
I of Va , Hon. Kobt. E. Withers, Lteet-Gov. ol j
I Sti n uud i
; U-tnittan. is for tickets n. l-s made by I
! i-xpiess i.rcp.ii.i. p.-t-t lJieJ 1. -:n -ordtr on
i Waslregton, 1) 0 , or by ra iste -t! letter. i
For full imui.-u ars, tcst.moiiU's, Ac , send 1
lor ( i-.eirar. Ad -ties, !
Hon. JAMES HARBOUR, i
' Pr-'t M. F il. A. Alexandria, Va. j
' Ittlia'i!.; ag-:.ts wanted rerywheie. 4w !
m. FALL STOCK 1874
1 w JuL li 1 fenl
Has c.t-: tecei'.-o.l Lis .-.Sock r.f
Colhus k Cuffs,
Boots S: Shoes,
C rocker v,
No Trouble to Show Goods.
tf Come and see what bargains lean!
Tatboro' X. 0 , Oct. 9, 137-1.
1 IVEDDELL & CO,
A: i.oui re to tl.eii- cti;ouiers ai;-I the public
tnera,iy that their stock of
all & Winter!
i! i t tV.!
Il r' I .
r..eef!i!!ioiIat ii)e a:;ii oar !
pr ;ets as
:!.v:, ta enr Stock and
'rices, being saMrfleJ from our
e ib:t:t- f;,!i:'e"v yritisfu'-
I J t'uil aud see your'.ves.
M. Weddel! & Co.,
Tar!.. -ro N. C, Oct. , 1874. u
LOT OF FRENCH CANDY,
SITFRIOR TO AX OTHER
sold in T.irboro, just received and for s.le bv
rrnllL iiiidM-,Irned bes to call attention lo
Lis NEW TIN SHOT, adjoining the
store of D. V. Hurtt, where he wiil execute
ail work in his line with neatness and des
patch. ROOFING, GUTTERING and KE
1 AIiSING, a siieeialty. Prices as low ag the
'"S, 1874 EO. R. DIXON. -
Information I !! r
The undersitiaed is receivimr a laruc and
e. selected stock of Groceries, Provisions
llapoiim anil Ti. !.. c-i '
! etc., on consignment, which udl be soid
! wiy low for Cash. Parties needing s.tch
200.1s wid save money bv applving before
V'r'i' 'I?here Agricultural Lime,
d"hvered m aD-v quantities low.
sl81m N. M. LAWRENCE.
NF W ADVERTISEMENTS.
;ru i x xmi VAti iiiini : j ii i 1 1.
In the field agattimul
ready far Meiiim:
i4 1 r
Great attractions at the Popular Estab
lishment of H. Morris & Bro.
We again take pleasure in annoancing to cur friends and public gen
eral, tLat we have now in store one of the largest, most complete, and
best assortment of Goods, pvpt offered to the citizens of Edgecombe and
adjoining counties. Our stock consists of a full line of
1 m y
I Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
j Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
j Valises, Umbrellas, &c, &c.
jail of which we. will offer at prices that will suit evervbodv. We
1 l-clieve in quick sales and small profits, and wi!! guarantee a saving of
: at least 10 PER CENT, by purchasing goods of us.
J in all it? branches. Wo m ike Clothino: to order, and cmr.iiifee a per
i fee: (iv A full line of
1 CLOTHS. CASSOIERBS AND MT11S,
f Cdnslatsttfron Hantl. .
CLOTHING AND PATTERNS GUT AT
Gome one, come all to the popular store of
Tarboro , 2. C, Oct. '2, lPTi.
4re now receivincr the
ever j urchaseil by them. For
Cash C. D.
' WC ar FepaKli to rzlsh J0U in j
AS WELL AS YOUR
" Friends and
Finiirlnr, Q Tmilnnn
riuci i mm
I FINEST STOCK
CORDIALLY INVITED) Provision Dealer,
Tarboro', N. C, Oct. 2, 1874.
Iec?i - iption.
If orris & Uro.
SECOND AND LAST
Grand Gift Concert
. . IS AIP OF THE
MASONIC -.BELIEF ASSOCIATION
1 OF. NORFOLK.
Day Positively Fixed.
Thursday,'; 19th November.
This entw pfmo is eoudu-ted ly tbe MA
SONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OK NOR
FOLK, VA., under authority of the Virginia
Legislature, (act passed March 8th, 1873).
50,000 Tickets -6,000 Cash Gifts.
To too Givon .XTVtx-y i
One Grand Caeh Gift of
One Grand Cuh Gift of
One Grand VnA I4ilt of
One Oraud C-i-h Gift of
One GrajidCatii Gift of
One Giaaici C-b iit ot-
One Orand Cafh Gift of -
.15 Ciif?h GlfM ef filOiX) fiieh-
- 2S C'a-li Gill of 500 entU
41 Cash Gi:ts of 250 ei-h
79 "ash Gifts of l.r)0 each
2i0 Cueli Gifts of 100 each
573 Cash Gifts ot 50 eaeh- '-
50.10 Cach Gifts of 30 each
- 14 000
oot' 0 CASH PRIZES aKsrogntlng . -f 25:.,i -jO
1'KICE OF TICKETS:
Tici eti 610 00 I Qjarler Ticket ?2 50
II.' ! Ticket 5 H 1 1 -fit U'ts f lt'O 0
NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS.
I !iis Conceit i niriet.y tr MA&ONiC pur-,io-ef,
.itid will b e iiduc'ed wltlt the nine
liberality. hoiiPKty and ftfrness which har
aetei ized the Htm enterpil.se.
JOjj."V I.. itOPEK, I'rrsident.
For tickets and clrcnlars piving lull infor
HEX ICY V. 31 oon r., Sec'y, Norfolk, Va
KKSPONilULK AtiENTS WANTED.
S. S. NASH & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
20 Carrels Sugar.
25 Ebls. Cakts and Crackers.
90 Bbls. Flonr.
25 Boxes Cliec-Bp.
40 Tuls and Cans Lard.
20 Boxes Soap.
10 Boxes Starch.
10 Cases Concentratfd Lyc.
10 cases Oysters,- -10
cases Brandy Peaches.
. 30 Boxes. Cheap Cigars.
. .And have on hand a largo lot of
BAGGING, TIES, MEAT, &C,
' FOR SALE LOW.
Tarboro, Sept. 11, Id" 4.
R A: SIZER,
. Main Street,
Tarboro', IM. C-
ALL KJNDS" OF CODSTKT PRODUCE
takeu in exebange, tacti aa Raw uicts