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DEC- 18. 1847
Snow on the Blu Ridge thr in
The IUleigh News now ndyocate
The court house of Gaston county,
at Dallas, was burned last Saturday.
In Charlotte, a noro fell into an
old well then deliberately climbed
out, unhurt. He fell on his head.
Rer. Mr. Marshall, rector of Christ
Church (Epicopal), Raleigh, has re
ceived a call and offer of larger salary
The Garrtt yinyard of Halifax
county pr d icad 12,000 gillous of
wine and ojO gallons of brandy Ust
Oen. Lonstreet passed through
Charlotte on Friday last en route to
Washington. Nobody looked him
up or cared about seeing hiin. Alas,
bow are the mighty fallen.
The Governor on Monday granted
a pardon to David B. Juues, wbt,
who was sentuoed to the penitentiary
for li-'e from Wayne county, 1S71,
Fourteen thousand partridge have
beu shipped from Greensboro N. C.
to i-JnUud to etock the ,ttxw of
the nobiity and gentry of that coun
try. The first through train from Wil
mington to Charlotte, reached the
latter city yesterday. Traina will
now run regularly from Charlotte to
The gin house, four bales of cotton
and the seasou'a cottonaed belong
ing to Mr. Mort Whitehead, of llali
fixoiunty, were destroyed by fire on
Col. Armfield, President of the
St? n ate, has made one appearance on
the floor a- a debater, and V e Newi
thinks he is both anidmirable speak
er aud a most capable presiding
The Democrat learns that since the
burning of Gaston eourt house at
Dallas un effort will be made to move
the county seat to Brevard's Station,
on the C. C. Railway, or to Gastouia
on the Air Line Road.
John W. Sessoms, of Bertie county,
who was conv'cted of making a ftls
return as Diatillerv Surveyor, was sen
tenced by Jude Brooks Saturday to
thre years in the penitentiary, the
Jude refusing to grant tue new trial
The Senior editor of the Windso
Times, w ho is an official of the silt
ing Legislature, wri'es to his paper :
Tue feeling in favor of free muney is
constantly growing But it is doubt
ful whether any change will be made
in the present Jaw.
In speaking of the No. 6 gold and
silver mines in Cherokee county, the
Aiutptiy Herald says ; 'ltie pros
p cts at that mine for the "prious'
re positive, and the time is not far
distant when the Lnoirs will be
heavy shippers of gold and silver
from this point.
Observer ; It appears from the
annual report of the Treasurer of the
Cluirlutie, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad that the condition of the
road is not so prosperous formerly.
The receipts for the financial year
just pa&t ate tn thousand dollar le-s
than those of the preceding year.
At Cabarrm court Joe Boeklv who
was implicated in stealing $75 i"
fNiarlottf, from Mr. Jirnen Rovedf
Charleston, 9. C, wta sntenc'l by
Ju Jgo 8ph nek to the pnilntiary.
U he J",ie allowed an wp.' tl on
pr.of that rhe seal f Muuk'.eiiburg
LaJ not been affixed to the transcript.
William H. Williamt, colored
member of the ITouco of Repre8ena
fives from Warren county, is dead.
The ftaleigh N- ws says he stood
df-HTwdly hil in the estimation of
th pop! of Warren and voted ie
gardleit of party for the general good
of the State and of his constituency
II" got leave of absence and reached
Lis home just to die. Peace to his
The Greensboro New North 8tate,
a Kepublictn paper, is evidently dis
puted with some of its party friends
in the Assembly, for it-fj; The
Republicans are in a very decided
minority in the Legislature; but they
do not, seemingly, avail themselves
even of the strength they have. They
d not work togeher, but apparently
are demoralized by their numerical
weak Uk 88.
The News presents this healthy
exhibit f. r Wake county, lately eman
cipated from Radical misrule : The
new Democratic Board of Wake
County Commissioners went into
office on the 7th of September last.
At that time the county had a float
ing debt of some $15,000 and her
scrip sold at from 75 to 80 cents on
the dollar The new Board has paid
some 12.000 dollars of her debt, lias
in hand some G.000 dollars in cash,
has paid the Stat all due her for the
present year, and still has due upon
til taxes of the present year, includ
ing the sch 'ol fund some $21,000 and
the country scrip ia now at par.
Theie is yet dun from ex-Sheriff Lee
souie 35,000 doHari,
Raleigh News : The Grand Lodge
of Manon closed its session on Thurs
diy even ng last, after completing
important Inflation. The revenue
BB'-m of the Grand Lodge has been
changed .o ns to provide for a per
capita btipend of 50 cents on the
lnt-uibership of ea h Lole; doing
away with the old system of 15 dollars
from each Lodjje. The revenues f
the Grand Lod. e will thus brt in
creas d about 1.500 dollars. The
question of tue st -tus of nouamlited
Masons hax been finally s ttled
While they are relieVml of the veiy
tringeitt leginlution of two years ago,
they still occupy a relation of uou
participation iu the rights and privi
leges of the fr-uernity, The Graud
Manter elvCt, Mr. George W. Blount,
of WiUon, U a gentleman of iutelli
ifei.ee arid eirria with him into the
ifLo a Mas me experience wh ch
.Jl euabie iiiin to wield the power:
t ch fin n.s4eiod to tha advantage 1
it A res auvLiit i isi; : r
Advertisements wfflbe inserted iu Thi Enqiii
n-SortnnxEB at the following rales, ten Iibk
of minios, or one inch lengthwise will constitute
One square one insertion, - - Jim
Each nubsequent inaeruon,
1 mo.I S nn, 1:1 mos. 6 mo. . 12 nn
- S (O
I 1 0o
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- 2.1 00
m oo i
Court advertisement inserted 6 wreks for $8.
WMarriage, Funeral and Obituary notices, col
more than ten lines inserted mi or charge.
Subscription 2.SO. If paid cu.h at
tint of kubcribiriK 2.00.
t3T 9. M. PETTENGILL & C O.. 10
Slate Street, Itostou, G7 Paik How, Xew
York, and 701 ChuRfuat Street, Philadelphia
re our Aoentu foirociirinn aiirertisementt
for The Kkqcirsb in the above cities, an j
aulhoi urd to contratl for advertising at our
lowest rales. fi f
sTS A Request. Wili frieudN. in lioticin
advertiseiufiiU in oar paper, and resiioiiiliii!;
to same jileiie i-taf to panic ndrirrtsud, I i
your aiivcrnsi-ineiit in Kkqlmrkk-Sih tii
kknek ?" It is little trouble, and will .p
our bUHinesii wondi-rfully. Keini-inb.'r ns.
Edgeoombk. See adrertise-
If you want to build up the South en
courage home manufacturers. t
Christmas Next Friday,
remember the little oues.
Be sure to
Dress Goorfi vei y clieuo bt FuriaiV.
Tobacco an 1 SuoU si Jobber's prices.
vertuemnt tf Mr. '
Cold. Tuesday and Wednesday were
real winter days. O. for enough, tu make
II iMin. The mati iaioDiiii fever, if still
rife in our city "par congratuWtioi:s,
young folks. .
St. Maey's School. Is
one 'of tie
chief institutions of learning in thsr"i?fate,
See its adyertisement.
Don't Forget. In" netting apart your
ehrfstmas ' jponey don't forget a piece for
the Enqurrer-Southerner Carrier.
Go to O. C; Farm & Co s and
peting at'fereatlv reduced juices.
Oils, Oils, Oils, Pu.eKa ln'
Machine Oil, a: Farrars.
Qcir.T.-w-What have the County Com
missioners done about the railing aro;id
the Court square ? ?! 5
Book Gone. Some one has the tirt yrl
nran of our " New American Cyclopcedia."
Will the borrower give us his name. .
Keokkta. We express our regrets to
our Wilmington friends that" we were un
able to attend their grand a.ric.il:iiril and
industrial exposition. - sj
GP.EIKSBORO Fs,UL COLLEGE.'-g.Tllis
iufititution of le.inung jiiaccs it car I ' e-
forc the public again,
high Htanding. See ad.
It U a school of
An elegant lot of " KusjlUb -.Caui)Srei.
2,000 yards new styles Side Band Cli-
coes, at Pender & Jenkins. nov.6ttf,
Ocr Pamr. A change ha taken phre
in the ownership and editorial charge of tie
Enquirer Southerner yhich will be dulj'an
nouiiced in our next. " f9-
ITospitaujt. Are the older peofe i f
the community doing anything fcr lie ep
tertainmer.t of the young fi.lks this wilier
Isn't there a social duty letiiig on h6uc-
hiilders? : . Xj j
. . . I .
Mri.Es afd H0BSE3. l re .Messrs.
? 0 mer hare arrired from Kentuck'vfe'
a Sue 1 it, f.irty or more, i f mule-mud irj-
es. Ttiey ca:i le
Prices very Jo.v.
found at D zerV lot.
Sfrsicit. , Jstuk run i ext. Tiiauki . t
Mrs. C. W. Smith, Principal of the Oak
dale Institute, for an invitation to a niusl
eal nterlainment to lie given at her scliob!
on the everycg of the 23rd iust. ' V
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Buy your heavy 4-4 Brown Sheeting,
your Cotton Yams and your ri-w Lines,
of Battle & Son's Rockv Mount M.lla, -t
i . - .. i -r
B. and L. Association. Money sglj
the TarbfTO B. and L. Awswiatioo 1 m
Tuesday night at 119. These are high
rates, we know of " no biLines that can
afford it. "
Uokner asd Grates' School. Tie at
tention of educators is called to the adver
tisement of this .school in another column.
It is a first-class institution aud in doing a
great work in North Carol' na. Send for
a catalogue if you have a loy to educate.
The best Gilt E lge tiuttpr and Cream
Che in thp markpt,, at Farrar's.
New Tkuck. The new Hook and Lnd
dei truck purchased by our tow n is a pplen
did looking affair, ' but In oui' opinion a
lighter one would he better for a town with
houses of the usual height of ours.
Land Sale. Edgecomlie property 6ecmf
to hohl its own notwithstanding the money
stress. Capt. Thigpeu recently sold a one
half interest in his P-iney Grove farm for
$29,000. Mr. Lamb Lawrence was the
Leoi31.ative. We have not yet seen a
report of anjr remarks from Representative
Godwin, but we predict for him a most
brilliant (?) public career. Those who
heard his remarks in front of the Court
House will not forget his peculiar style of
An enorni"ns stork of La Hps Misses
Children and B"y' Philadelphia made Shoes,
Turner's N. C. Almanac We return
thanks to the publisher, J. II. E.iniss, Esq.,
for a copy of this celebrated Almanac for
187.. They arc sol 1 per gro;s$7. Sin
gle copies 10c cheap atxlouble the pi ice.
Order them of James II. Enniss, Raleigh,
ArFLiCTtox. It is
that a soul is s sadly
tiercaved as M;s.
Geo. W. Strickl ind hiw recen'ly . ee i. In
less than four weeks she- has seen the life
less forms of her husband and three little
children, herr.ll, takea from her o he
home of tH dead. Afaylthe God of the
widowed sustain her.
D'phtl.eiia was the ciuse of Mr. Str'ck-
land's death and that of the three chd-
. !Jr pamif F. Wmfkilb has
iuches ia circumfereuce.
Xii good many of out exchanges are boast
ing of the big turnips in their section but
we have seeu no account to exceed this.
Book Stoke. Mr. II. II. Williams,
proprietor bf the Tarhoro Look Store, ad
vertise in another column a large stock of
fancy goods, books, stationery, &c, suit
able1 for all times and especially for Christ
mas. J3o and examine his store, one of the
r most iia idsimie for its size we know of.
Hardware. Geo. Lewi.-, the hardware
merchant, asks the special attention of pur
chasers .of roods iu his line to I-is adver
tisement. He guarantees to sell good
stock a'nd as cheap as the cheapest. The
General la had experience iu his buaines ;
and should know what he is about.
' O. t'. Farnir Sl Co always' kppp ths bet
Mtid tiuist stylish GpiiIs' Hani! and Machine
Philadelphia uiiyte liotils, and S':oei in town
Mad Dogs. ; Every yow and then a
rumor prevaili ocr cornmunity that theie
i a mad dog prowling round, and a num
ber of paniiies are killed.. We have no
idea them has been a mad dog in this- town
ship for ten eafs," but ' like the' idea of
starting the rumor occasionally as it is the
death til so many worthless curs.
Ti;cE.-In the Stale Senate a few days
ago a biil was introduced to appropriate
a turn of money "to the Insane Asylum
wheu Mabsou, col., voted agaLst the bill
.:pou the ground that his county was made
tp'sjpport ih own insane, having only two
).i:ieuu iu the (Stale institution while eight
were maintained at home.
5 BriOTn. "The Steam Gin and Saw Mill,
belonging to Messrs. W. II. Kitchen &
ilro., ScJtl ind Neck, was destroyed, by
tire on Wednesday, the 2l?th inst. The
tire is strpposM to have caught iu the lint
rootn by a match iu the cotton. Lots,
about $.;,000; amount of insurance un
known. The Commoss. A committee, consist
ing of Capt. Jno. S. Dancy, Rev. Dr.
Cheshire, and Mr. Win. M. Pippen, has
been appointed to act wi h the tlwn officer,
Mr." Hyatt, to r-elrci wlwt trees in the Tou n
Common should be cut on. It is thought
by the town authorities that the Commons
uepds thining, and tj these geutlemen's
care and judgment the matter is commend
et. Tle committee his determined to cut
d")vn none at present.
Tailoring,' Mj Flc ldermau, Mercnant
Tailor, of Daltimore, is now stopping at
Adams' Hotel, iu our town. Those desir
ing goods in his line can have their measure
taken and order when they tlesii-e by sam
ple, which will be sent on application.
Mr. F, can give good references from geu
lenn'n in our town who have tried his
work. See his advertisement.
-. . 11. . .1 11-. 1 '
rER3iix.iL. e notice n tnc asaing- i
ton lk-ho, cf the loth las'., th following j
erd fr.itn Mr.
Walter P. Williainson,
Junior Editor of that p.; per. The Echo !
l.cs a spiightly aasktant iu 3Ir. William
son. TO THE rUBLIC.
Owing to serious and protracted illness
3ti the part of .my father, it becomes nec-e.-sary
forme to reside, for the present, in
1'arboro to assist in bis business; affairs.
ily ediUirial connection with the Echo is
.nerefore s iispctided for the time being.
W. r. Williamson'.
Hook akij Laddek. Oar town author-
ities have purchased a handsome track for
a Hork and Ladder c impany and It is now
;rroposed to reorganize the oi l company to
Uke charge. . A uieeyag ot the young men
if our town for this purpose is called to
ake place at the c .urt house on Saturday
..light. We UoliO there will be a f.ll atten
dance and the e mp-ny will l e thoroughly
tad properly reorganized.
Fiss CiCahs. Wc have received the
orrtr.l! ment s irf Mr. T. E. Lewis, the Live
.J ok Sh re man, Iu the shapo ( f a nctt
ickae of bis Mipeaor quality of Cigars.
Te have tested hc brand and pronounce
I. cm O. K. JJe has a variety of other
oiantis on ha.id lKith mild and strong, dark
ind light, and take our word f r it, if Le
? .n't suit vou, no man in towu can.
Xsw York Obsekvf.r. We take plcu
are in calling the attention of those, w ho
ire r caring --Ijoat to revise tueir list of
papers for 1875 to tlic , New York Obser
ver, published by S. I. Prince & Co., 07
Park Row, New York, at $P.15 per annum
post-paid. The Observer is one of the
oldest, ablest and niopt high-toned religions
journals in this country aud would greatly
benefit any family into which it came as a
rrrtrs'r4fit visitor. A sample copy will le
sent free on application to the publishers.
Pork. A gentleman living in town took
f;om bis fatm aud pi iced in a lot adjoining
iiis house, about the first of last, July, four
pigs w hose net average weight was bet ecu
forty and fifty pounds aud killed them on
the blh iat., wheu they we'ghed respec
tively 231, 250 and 2". Healsi
had several others taken up about the same
time, that would not have weighed nine
then 15 or 20 pouuds,that averaged nearly
2(H) whtn killed.
These pigs had no special attention, but
were permitted to run in a clover lot and
were mostly fed from olops. It but illus
trates how easily aud cheaply our people
can raiic pork if they would only give the
matter some consideration. They will nev
er be independent until this subjec, be
comes one of greater concern in the farm
The item of cotton rope for plow lines
seems a small matter. In the aggregate it
is worth keeping at home. Order from
Battle. fc Son's Kocky Mount Mills, .Kocky
Mount,' ci JC u r i t -
Thk Wateiis Concekto Okgans. We
would call the attention of our readers to
the , advertisement of Horace Wafers &
Son, headed " Waters' Concerto Parlor Or
gans," and for a description of theiu we
ciaaot do better than to copy the follow-
" We arc glad to chronicle any new
thing, or aoyimproveineat upon an old
one, that tends t oinifcirfe!o wrl-ic by reu
tlering its studdy either easier or m-ore at
tractive. Lately our attention has been
cille'd to a new patented stop added to the
Waters Reed Organ, called the Concerto
S:p. Ii ii s vou;ed as to have a toue l.ke
a full, rich alU) voice ; it is especially 'hu
man ' in ils tone. It is powerful as well as
s.veey and wi en we beard it we were in
ilotrbl wiieltie'r W Iked it best 1n sob or
with full oi-tr-tn. We reirard this as a val-
j uable addii'iou to ti.c reed organ." Rural
I New Yuikei-.
Airemm Ii wi
t - : 4 M. Z.
Candy Men in Trot:ble. It will be a
source of pleasure to a considerable num
nor of honest people in our midst to know,
that although such candy swindlers are al
lowed to practice their tricks upon our
streets, they are not indulged iu the privi
lege everywhere. The Wilmington Star
has the following. One or two of the men
menti ,ned are siid to have been here last
G. W. Marks, Win. Keaver, W. B. nail
r.nd N. W, Lumpkin, were arrested yester-
rtav on a warrant l.-sned bv Justice J. J.
Cassidey, charged with carrying on an il
legal lotterv, and also with not having
paid the tax required by law for conduct
ing a gift enterprise. Iu connection with
the above it mav be stated that Sheriff
Manning has received a letter from a man
who signs himself N. . Lumpkin (.the
same name as that of one of the defenu-
ants), dated at Tarhoro, December 12th, in
whic i he makes inquiries aLer piize candy
dealers, requests their detention, if here,
and that he be notified. Tue parties we;e
required to give security in the sum of
$l'J0 each for their appearance before Jus
tice 'assi lev on Monday.
: will alv;.ys H id the latest stock oi
Fii'iir, B.tci.n, at Fame's.
Careiek's Addhess. We give the fol
lowiug as a specimen of the grandiloquent
s yle of our Carrier's Address.
Let us paute a moment, dear friend, and
consider a species of literature distinct
from that usually set forth in the highly
creditable journal, of which I am the high
ly honored Cairier. I have been the con
stant bearer to your homes, during the year
who.-e saadows are fast lengthening into
oliacurity, of news -complex, various aud
nnihitudioiis. 1 have informed you of
cones of bioody tragedy, of Ud l robberies
and sly Bte d.ii ; of the time made by the
winniug horc at Rumiyniede and tne lium
ler of pounds of teed cotton maiie by
neighbor Rrowu upon one acie of land. I
have rei'ened you to udveriLements of our
meicaants for cheap goods, and narrated
wi h thrilling iuteie.-t how many pigs
'Squire Junes bad in one litter. I have
read you political harrangues and tickled
you witii nonie gossip. 1 nave told you of
uappy uearts imi.ed for the walk of l.fe,
and orougiit a tear to your eye by the no
tice -if some dear one gone befoie to the
Spiiit Land. Iu short, I have been a
cyclopaedia, a gazetteer, a sign post, a
bulletin, a budget of news, a walking dic
tionary, a promoter of civ.lization, a spread
er of t-canoals, an educator of the people, a
universal, indomitable, indispensable indi
vidual. ty, and now claim your attention
while in addition to my many oilier public
v ir.ue. lis a. id, gloomy, artistic and redicu
lou?, 1 ling vou a short song.
Men's underwear Mer'niu Shjm, Drawers,
Socks, and Jno. M. Ii.vies Sldits, Collar.
Ties. Se.irfs, &c, at O. 0. Patrar & Co's.
Oi i: Juj.iF.s. Now thai, our: Is over
ati;l no olc can think "e are referring di
rectly to him, wo wo.ii.l give a f;v obser
va ior.s un the condition of that feature f
our governnieut tl at was once nr-st clearly
prizil ami which, if riirhily nndeietood,
liei at the bails of a Lii ire part of our pcr
s n;.l r.iicr.ics and U the arbiter as regard.
our various rights to property. T.ie trial
' " ...
j by ji.rv is one of the Nearest ircroga:ives
of English and
Vmeiicaa f.ec civilization.
air.c.l I'V immense effort and
xYMtn(, sac.iSce, and Uiusiilv lc-ndel
as one of the lieare-t principles of our g.;v-
! eminent. How iniiwriaat :n it then, that
it should be guarded with zeabn.g caie and
every muniment thrown about il to make
it always command the highest regard and
No man of insufficient intelligence, r.o
one who has no interest in the community,
and certainly no one oi" w hose hor.es'y
the.e is c iust' for doubt by re-asm of pre
vious crime, siioul 1 be permitted to dis
grace the sac. e l office of a juryman. Rut
how .s it in North Curoli.u now ? Take,
for e.vimide, our own c unity. T.ic mi
jjiilv of our grand juries is -.nade up of
(te.iple j n it rcle w I from a stute of bond
age, of no in'cllecttial caltivation, and
about as c impede tf to iliseharge the in xa
taut duties pertaining 'othat institution as a
donkey is to solve a problem in Euclid or
an owl to chant one of the pieces of Mo
Kirt. Toe petty j. tries too are also Cllel
with the simc m.i'erial, and we sometimes
wilr.e g thea'. s ird s 1 c.sm of learned law
yes arguing a fine poi.it of evidence bc
fwie a set of ino.i who could not see it v.e;e
it. as bl int as a crow bar. With such
jurois ue may expect a gradual tlccl.nc
iu every other officer of the court, until the
whole administration of justice becomes a
d siitsong farce O, for a convention and
a new constitution in our State !
Great attrac ion at BELL'S. Now re
ceiving a splendid a:Sor:me:it of Jewelry,
ll ngs for cn.lhcn, ladles and me.i, Sums,
Culljj- an I Cu:f Buttons in various s yle.-,
lad.es and c.nldrens Ear Kings and Breast
pins, 25 (liif'ci cut si vies of Bracelets, 50
diifereat pa. era Watch Chain. Charms
' tdl you can't rest." Silver Thimbles,
Spectacles, U.il.l Pens, &c, &c, Gocd
Clocks at $;! wan-anted- Many other arti
cles too tedious to men ion. Come tee ?
A Max in Liuns t'lie oi ilie saddest
spectacles in Ihe Win Id is a human b-ll'E
siinueied and broken dovn by the ii-h o
anient Riiiit. But the dainii- may be re
pah e I, I h- ri. in tesioied l. perfect sniilid
ii- ss, by a cmuse ot that m st pnvpi ful o!
all im-iuram. Ub. Walker's Viskgar
Bittkrs. Beware of tli.-e " tmnc " ol
rl oen i inn is an pleineiit. They Hgipaval
di.seae and pronn.ie decay. 4,v
PLVIV DilESS 31AKIG
ND CUILDUEN'd WOltK for both sex
es (lore by
N.-v. 13, 1
EMILY O. ME1IGAN.
COKItF.CTEO WEEEI.r BT
TERRELL & BRO., Grocprs,
TA-UBOXtO', T. C.
IIoiiKi pi-odnetion are quote'', at the Imyiii!.
price, and all other ai the nulling prici- iruiu
Uacos S C. Ilnuis,ln caiiviss, per lh.lS(S-'0c
Shoulders " 2
idi-s, buck bone aid rib. -10 , 7
Bulk Meats. houlders, per lb 1 llc
Sides, clear, 14 15c
ilEEF. Fresh, ocr t. i'no.l-'ys,
fi.iccd I'litiiilv per ll 1 "i'.-.'c
Baooino.. er yard. Uti
Br km wax rb. (it-'5i
Huttkr " 4)n-0t)c
Cotton, per pound, 12m(fti::c
iJottos Yaks, per Imnch, $15 (g()(;0
Coicn. per hii.-l.el. . T5.-(i9 c
Chrpsr, V E au-ru-
( UlCCtiMS, 2.")C.40c
PikiiiB, per Jozi-u 20t'i2
KLoUli liit:ip-co liiniily 1 bbl ll 00
Other brands 7((X$li'
Hides Dry f lb. -luwdl-
reen, V tb.
Iron Tiks, $1 D. 10c
I. ako, V tb. 18i20i-
MeL, per bushel ?120(0fi
Molassks Suiiiir Uoa6e K'dlon, ;i(5ti
Onlv " ....0;fl75
Ovi'ins per hu-liei, 1 5d(a2 Oo
PotiK- II ss per bbl. 27(10; 8 '0
.. Ku.np, " 124 00 ci5 CO
Potatoes,-sweet, per bushel, 50ct75
Irish, per bushel .$2i0(fl.2 5o
Peas,' per bushel, S0 (ft I o-'
tjlT, (i. A. per suck, 0 00(42 00
L:ve'pool, re.i suck, 2 50
Saunoe, ier lb, 2
Tea, per It., . 50(tt2 (0
Tiu-uw, per tt. 0&10c
New York Markets.
New York, Dec. 16 .6 P. M
Cotton dull: low middlings 14Ial4 5-8.
Baltimore, Dec. 16. 6 P. M.
Cotton dull ; middling 131 cents.
DAII.V A.0 WL' KLY FUK 1875.
The approach ot the Presidential election
sines unususal importance to the erents and
developments ot'lb'o. We shall endeavor
to describe them fully, faithfully, aud Itar
lesslv. THE WEEKLY SUX has now attained a
circulation of over seventy thousand copies.
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Teniloiy. aud its qindity is wed known to
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improve end mid to us variety mid power.
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lay will be fmiu 1 iu it, condensed when un
inipoi tiint, at hid ienuili wheu at iiiuiiiem,
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eatetasle. It will alway contain the iuom
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' THE SUN," w Y..ik City.
V. PiiICE& C 0,
0R8AXS & IHEL0DEOX&
TheOIde-t, Largest, and Mo.l Perfect Manu
f.n-lorv In the I' nke.! Suites.
Now in use.
No othr Musical Instrument 'ever obtained
ihe same Popularity.
Ci?" Send for l'riee Li..ts.
Address. fU'FFAIj, N. Y.
VOTirE is hereby jr'v.-n lint an applie.i
yi lion will i.e made at the pivfent sc.-sion
nf'.he (ien.-ral Ass.inli v of orih Cirro in:i
!oi' a eha.t-T incoi por .ii:isr the I'uuiiico lu
nraii.'e Bulking ('unipitiv
.'E ll('w.i;i). ;
iNi) iM Y. t'vrn.
WM. a BATTLE. )
Nov. 17, 1ST4 5t.
Lager Beer & Wine
J'-EKPS eoii-t uiily on ha'id all ih" F!ne
a, c, j,l(.s ni.d I. qii.irs, T.il.iu-e i mil (Jims,
oppi bii.t: Mrs. l'cniieiTi tlo i-l.
EKIlAKIi 1 KMCTII.
Nov. 27. tf I'ruj.r ietor.
AGKHU'l-Tl R AL, COM M KHCI I.. NOR
MAL AM Cilbl.KtilAlE DE
I'AKTJIEMX Fnt're average expeni s, ?20 per vyar.
F i I lei tn liciiis ( ict.iiu-r O.h, lsTi. Ad
dress, tor C-ll:li'ee,
S II AS! ELL, A. M.. Priut-ij,:.!,
Aup. 14 -tint. Wilson, N. 0.
ON (lie 11t.li day of Dec -mber nevf, I !ir!l
sell in tli h ir "test bidder at Penny Mill,
N. C . a number of a!terti:oe bus. This place
is the highest p.iint on T ir River between
Tarbo and tin cnville, bi ine- 1( niiies from
ilie former and 15 mile- fioiu the latter place,
tiiaicral' v very hcaiibv; rood water, with mj
pei ior advant.iecs us n place of business.
JAS. U. TilltiPEV.
Penny Hiil. Sept, 11-
HE iinderxituod takes pleasne in inform-
in.' Hie public tha'. hu has t-tlalilished
.a Willi. Huston a large and lbt class
Livery, Sale find Exchange
at 'w' ich he is prepared lo board horpes by
i In: day. v ek or ninii h. Ilavimr a e0,.,
stock of inirscs always on band, he will m il
or exchange, on t casniialilc terms Ho will
al-o send pa-scne-eis i lioitt. the country ai
umderaie rates, llrnvcrs will always Hud at
!iis Stables amide accmiimoda1 imis.
JAMES VI. L flTEIttOV,
Wiliiaiiiston, N. C.
P. S. Any pers-ii coiiiiiinnicaiiii! with l.im
can h ive a cr .veyaacc tcut lo any part de
sired. J. M. L 8.
Jan. tl ', 1S4. ly.
rilllfi iindersioriied has taken the Asency
I i..r this section, for WM. E. TANNEk
& CO., of the
OF UIC IIIIONn, VA.
tie !! fnriiis'i a. y machinery of their nialtr
at factory pi ices nnd eive estimates for pro
posed new. machinery, thereby saving mncl.
delay in correspondence and the expense nl
a nip l iheir shops. The Engines and
Saw Mills built at these shops are gamiiiu til
favor will) our people every ihiy.
P easi.ie will be taken in pi intinj oat th?
pec.u'iar features and adv' inops of these
machine. l. A- WALKER,
Sttp'l. Edgecombe Aa'l Wmk,
Sept. 13.-tf. larboro', N. C
rjIIE undersigned have jnst received
choice lot of P. ofll. Smoking ima . Chewlnjl
Tobacco which they oiler at
. !.. 1l.
Call and see their Celebrated:.
Cultivator & Labor Brands
Also a large lot of -
3c?8 Xi Q .TJFL l
Direct from 15t. Louts IlUs.
200 Sacks Salt a-'?, '.v.'i
50 Rolls Bagging.
15 Sacks Coffeet.-,'
25 Barrels, Sugar j
New FvlesS Pork,Bacon &
D. S. Sides Sliulders.
S. S; Nash & Co;
Tarhoro, Nov. 27, ISM.
TY PROPERTIfQ.il SALE.
TM E i&rtirstrned, k m'rf Tlenry T
Cl irk, rti ce.-sel, u ilJ se t at publie aiK!
'i"ii t the Court lloutiu oor . 1 o'clock
M , 'i U t-SUAY, Dec. l.-t, the following prop
1. All those Lo'b in the town of Tarboro.
known H- L't8 No. 4i aud 44,- nad:iart of
Lot Hi on Pint of s dd Town, bwiou tb,epreci
is- now occupied by John W.'i orteii ; iaid
priii fiiy to Ih-sold In tour aepamleoCs. '. .
2 One Tract ol 1 ind of about l;0 acres d
j lining hind of John Mato'i and otliers, sub
jc-t to dower ot Mrs. M W. Clark.
it. One Truct of sixty cre about a mih
beyond the old poor hou,-e.
4 Oho Tract ot 430 acre, we'l timbered, b
I jwer part f E-ti com tie county, adjdiua
finds of S. T. Ch rry tnd Oi ber. - Te.riu8 :
One founh eath, lialanee'in twelve mouths
wii h interest from day t sale, r v . '
Also on U. c. litn, at fie plantaMon of ih.
(lore iscd, known as isliiluh, will be gold at
public amnion, thv barance of thx pCrSon i
estate eousi-tin of Mute,. Fmun; iutptt
iiii-iiis. Corn, Fodder and other articles o
personal property. Terms of la'U-r"6ale.
Cath. Jus Ul.itUNT CHEH1K.E, Jka
Adiu'r, &c. 0f 11. T. Claik, dee'd
s'ov. 27, V . 2t
Bank of New Hanover,
AVilmingrton, IS', (.t
Capital & 'Surplus,-.$$5fy0jHJ
BRANCH AT 'TARBORO', N. C. "
M. WEDDELL, Pres't J. D. CUMM Cish'r
-. . . director r ... . v- . ,
M ituiew eddeil, . .lolin S. D:mcy,
red. I'hrlips, John NArflCi t,'
1. fj-wis, Elirtha CrtME cli.
I This B ir.k trntiai'tH a jrcnetal ba'ikinsr bq-
l lues., (.on t-ts In iinv part ot Ui" Untied
Mnle.s. Kins and s.lls 'J.prl, ilV(.'l
ch up-, old Kmk Noted and Stocks.
Fen. "JO, 1K74. . . ,
Edgecombe Cauuty-vlJi U;e
l II B.irlii'.v, Siu-ah R. Liovd, Uenrsre ijoyd
Kr ink Lloyd, Nin.i Mo', dund Jaiil' s I.tojiJ
ihe lust four Infants by their next frtenrl,
Joseph W. Llojd,
ayanut 'J . J '
Miry I.otiifji C.VJutril, Henry i,Uvd, Mary
P. Lioyd and llnri i t E. Lloyd.
STATE OF X UtTit CAROLINA,
To the Shtrff of EiljcroTn' Couoty Greeting:
You :ii o hereby eomtn ind. 4, ti summon
M.u v Louis (.'aljwe.lt, IIcupj-Lloyd, W-.vj f
l.inyj nnd Ibii iiei K. I.liyd 1 e . (li fe-d .mt
aten e-miined, if it;, y ,e i,,.,r w.ililn (,ur
County, .. appo r a liio ( iB -e- of ti.c Ulrrl-
f the Jiltieii.-r Court of f d:;i eoiipie, ithii.
: Wi-n' v live d ys, iiinr liie is-rru u of 41 i
.-iiiiiiimiis on t hem, i'X' lu-! c i-f ilie day ol
sin-li servi- c, nnrt uriv werfclhe eoruplntnt. r
ciipy of uhirh will l deposited in the orBcc
of the Ch- k of ihV t'ui.erior 'Court tor sail?
j ( 'o o.ty, wilhiii ii n (RiV-l friin Hie d ite ofjhl
j -iimiiioi, a U let Magi take uolie-, ihs) il
! thev tail in .-instter t lie snii) c::uplaint wiifiii
j that lime ilie tilainiiff will afsrdylo the Oourt
:or un- reiu t leuiaii. U ui ih cutuplaiiit. ;.
Hereof lUil not, mid of this summon maUo
din- ri turn.
i:vcn under ruy li md and seal of 'said
C"U.t, this 2Sth day of tie otifr. 1S74.
ii l. -tatdn, .in.,
C'eik Is iipeiinr Court. Edti combe ttounty.
lloWAKii ,v Pkhkv, A.i'ys (or I'.aimiJ's.
Oct. 30, 1S74 fiW'"5
CURE YOUR CORNS AND BUN
luNS BY GETTING GOOD
FITS I '. '
H73 jrx: B33t3 ani Slwes" aada'ty'
0. C. D0G3ETT, a few doors
-from Main Strest, a'
rsar of Mr. John
fTHE undcrsisrncij . Imvlrisr had fonrteerf'
1 y-ars cxpeiience, leels wiirriiHid iu.imy
sa iriir I hat he can furiisli this coininuni. y
with the very bent work a d at as low rates
as can be h id clsirwhere. lie keeps yn baud
i he 111 et fashinnoh'e Tifis, best, tri'iides ol
ad' skin, oak and hemlock m -lejtllics, nn.i
a t'eiicr.il a-sortuiciit of shiHi fliolinifs. . AU 1
ask is a trial. O. C !( KH ETT.
Nov. 13, tf. Tarboro, N. C.
Rout. ii. nnrx tree," ' v. n. Rur.Tr,.E,
Iite oi" Noitli t'iriilina. , ' nf tTibun'
ALBElt I' L. ROfXTKEE,
of Wi'.ion, i. U.
188 Perl strce-
Nov. 6, 1S74.
Dr. G. L. Shackelford,
ii ii i!i
Suercssor to Dr. L,. 'I'. Fuqna,
TAB.B0E.0', N- C.
lff" OlTi.-p opios'n the Court .House,
over ui- Li L. hiatou s Drug atord.
Oct. 23 1874. i
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
iVear the Bridge.
Tarboro, 1ST. o.
APPLES, POTATOES, MICK
EREL, T0vGCES, &C.
fQ BARREL3 APPLES.
f,0 RBL. EAR LY ROSE VOTATOES.
U BliLa. JU. i'MACkfiUEL. .
Cod Fish. Tonanen and tonnda and prime
article of Batter, at wholss-ale and Ket ul by
G. W. 511 AW,
Njv. ii P.O. BniWiaff.
'I "fk undeis iiin-d t ikes ideitUrciB infbrm
lllii HIM lrn-uds and cilizens of KHire.
embe that he b,is just retyped from (nv
York witu a la: gu aw6rttoel,; S J - L
Cigars, ; '-:r
ad of the best quality and at most
Santa Claus com.M htit once a vear. Vnn
hould therefore avail yourself of iheopyoi-
.iiiri-mmnl.A......i.:i.i. 1 .
dime oi.e, come all. and witneRS the In.
enulty of mau, at the 0-.1) STAND of
.1. M SFItACI'9
EXEtT(MrS jilLE Yju
alaalile keal Estate, in Halifax Conntv, N.
C. Uy Public Aitciloii, Saturday, January
Slb' Il'ItJrL1:-'llr'lJuli.vi' j'U'&WWPf-Stlj".
Township of Scotland Neck.
By virtue of authority vested in us. bv the
vri, 1 of WM. Kj.jS.VUTU, d.:Se:iHJd,.we wib ol-
r ior sate at tye time and place .iboye nieip
loned, ai macli of tfie Ke.il Kstnte of liie rt...
eased, ai. may tic t)ccS3nrr to WW- eertii.r.
leltts therein spec ficd.
no l. the tract 1 land formerly inpnsses:
ion of P. Bi9K1Tf$hiirHn thli rtutiuuki-
vtver, l rtPe wtow Eciwhid'il Kerry, cu-
bisr about fcix hundred aud sixty-five
o. 2. The traet" land now in nossesion
t It. ii SMlTtf, 2 mi es Irom Kilwaifl's Ker-
., lyin.' on tn,; Scotland Net-ir and Weldou
ai road, e.- ntaiiiiitr about 1 100 acres.
No. .i Tue irrfctifjl;Uid iH)eii iwesion
W. II. SMlTlf, ' it.iiwKSbm Norfl&et's
erry. contaminir aboin HU ncres.
'o.. 4. The tract of land in ii. .ssecsin.. .f
(f. A. sMITlf. 2 hiiles fiom ihe Kiv- ,.,,,1
oiitaUiinst rtxu i50 acre. - .
N. 5. 1 he tract nl' land, at and below Ed
aid's Fyrry, oniaiuine al.,;,at laOe.icrea '
Theab0Vi4 trV fecemlf v tArst-das.
Hivt r UnSrl-lfirt,-1 nni t t i0 VerH.w:
hlv Improved, mbiptt-u to all kinds ol
rof.-rai;d Utliis stciion (1 the 8iatev nc
essibre at ail times tr: suiimlioits aud rap.
oad, and with pleicy of fnbor livinsr on theiii
o cultivate thctu well.
No. 0. A tract of 115 acrefe HhiK 'On ftf
Lililav road, well limbered wi fi in- it l.ine "
C'ai italists are invited to view ihe land if
iev tg UiaK;j!e.w. iaB(CtaWe LuutHl
ekm : One tik'i Itbuuiit(4ianiiui.i'i
a-b, bal nice in'nbter'.t. one and two vea h.
aivyuiijc rix per cent interest from the daj
f pal" and i ilie reserved until mvniniL
Dee. 11.1K74. 4W
0 Ell wftoiri it mav icMrinerTi
(.er..on nsiiiir weiirijts, tnca-;iireis,
sie. Ijaidi' or balances, or oilier in tru-
mei.ts for weinhiue or nicasui :nr , niut lirini-
etanieio tin; nndenflenad Wanrlarcl
ivecper lor Ed;eciialiB! V'CWi'-i", fer,.JnDec
... . .. f - li : . A A . . t
mi, . .- vyJin. iiuviiiLatipweeii tu ie
eniti'. r, and the ibst Monday and Tuesday in
very luontii tlterealter. This law applies to
ill, KaraiciB and Mechanics as well as Aler
Every person shall have tin ir inMrutnrnt
if wet bill or incasuriuirliied onee in twu
at a "a -jt iiiainfc aa :r ,
k.0l pMoain lviii"j, rj QinfrirV
aritjrinjrijkwii iji. 0r nMtMsBrv io fhi.fi'
icijlccl lo comply w'uh the n quisiten of tln
cciion shall fortcit, lil'iy dullans, id be recov-
ed m i he instance of Ik- Siamlard Keeper,
B4ilti h! ue ai4B41i tUKf lialr, tq the
ugiwpr tkt- COnnty. SI 9 U ji a
This li-nic... vflit Im- in fgee Jah. 1st, 1S75
The above is tha sm I lOttuiH id' U(? Uw, anV
I hope that ii wii flpiuptief vfHi in duo
1 itne, wiihont any trouble to the citizenB ol
ihe county or myself.
r. S. HI"HS,
Nov. 27.-1 in. Standard Keeper.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
fJlllK undersii'iiud hivintr ji"t returi.ert
L from N. w York, wiih a FULL bTO' K,
BOOK!, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS,
ISOAl'S, ( KiARS. TOBACCO,
. rifES, &C,
repertftilly KOlieits the jmlrouajre. of the
pu-lie. ILiviiiL' biMi'Ut n P.M(j PRICES,
I an prepared l otfur inducemeti.
QUICK SALES AND MM LL PROFITS
s v. lJ MY MOTTO, - .
UHF" I -ia also Ajrent for ihe American
:cloj.o3di, Thi.-t e Kdition of Waverlx,
Stain:. and Seals, fhe t M.umo, GHue Sh.ie
Roof I'.iiuUlisi and latest periodical and pa
pers. T. K. LKWbs,
4 Jit RedmoucTii Old StMid.
,,JarlWKVAi'Hi K l-74. r - jn s tf.
new Hiei ier
.nd hand PI-AXU-
naiiu mr faie
ch. up 'or ca-di
and iiy install-
TUNlNy &. MUSIC
ff-Every NEW PIA50 from till I tits
imiise Wakkanvrd to po-ise-s all the im
provements claimed, by maimf leturevs tcner-
aiu. t rices reitfOHab e. lefmn nccvimno
dating. Correspondctict BOliiied. mi;'ilrly
THESE Mi ls are in excellent. rmininr or.
der. and will make (rood Klourand Meal,
and would a.k'thu w'mi Iwve wheat they
waut grouud to t'i"e ns a trial.
Sparta, N. C.
I have on hand near YV E. Popgs' housp.
Three Himdrcd Thousand feeb of.liOOD
S EASON E U EUlBt 4,Tvfi tG b wi!l-lfcat
low rate. ti i i 1 l.'L: KIJtlKK, k
NEW ENTERPRISE !
THE uiulersisncd Ws to cajl aUcntion to
I.U iJlkOP, fljoinlnir the
store ot f. V4 Sift, h.-re lie wil) execute
all worlt hitlitie''' Vltfi neatness and des
patch. ROOFING, GLTTEKIXU nnd RE
PA I KING, a specialty. -JJrlott nlsr tht
Oct. 2, 174.
rpiIE dwellinL' corner ?lpt .fl Tide St.,
I fiatrierlv tho Bt.nk. LU fqfi ize. abnnt
l"5 feet sonr.re. Main buildm brick, Vi
lanre. room-, includinr hascmenr. begidcn
vanU and cla-tf. 'Hiwr wall troiu 3 f ricks
to not les than llrtiCtWck. k? ihn
partition wallf nt least l i-z nncK thick, an
turrfcrt. Mam root male iiddt'ioti un. ren
(Jinv new. 15iiitnin; in troou order.
Price t.'i'VO, '5(i0 cash, balance at 8 per
ceut., 1,2, a aud 4 ye.ir.
I fVOOW8 T!tV-
tTHE GREAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
JicJy r?ort to this stand
"flrtl preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be tho most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced ibr the relief and
cure of all Lung-complaints,
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, AVhooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma. Colds.
h JSore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. AVistar's
Balsam does not dry np,a
Cough, and leave the cause
-behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
m I'liKPAItFR BT
8ETH W. FOWLS & SONS, Boston, Xm,
And oid Ly DrugBisu and lX-alem generally.
Iron in the Blood
MAXES THE WEAK STRONG,
TJic "Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to havo
the character of an aliment, aa
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simjilcst
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Oicn Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures iathousand ills," simply
by Toning up, Invigorating and
1 italizing the System, The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates cilery part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing foi
disease to feed vpon,
1 This is the secret cf tho won
derful success of this remedy i ;
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
Chills an-.l Fevers, Hr.iuors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases cf tlio Kidneys and
Bladder, Fcmalo Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blootl, or ac
comjtanicd by debility or a leno
state of the system. Ueing free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing elfccts arc not fol-
k lowed by corresponding rcac-
,zion, out are permanent, xnfu-
mug sircngzH, vigor, ana neiu
life into all Darts cfiha cistern.
t and builtling up an Iron Con
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' Sec that each bottlo Jia3 PERU
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Bold by Ubiccists liisiiunv.
II. T. COKlilR,
-A-GElNrX FOR THE
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Which fcUKPASSES all other Machines
Homo Shuttle Machine,
ihicti is TUE HKhT cheap Machibe in Un.
Price from $25 to S73.
. B7"Thc public i invited to call and 61
amine my Machines before pun ha-ine;.
Office on Pitt Stteet, a few door- from Main,
., .TAKBOUO', N. C.
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Will make likcral advincc on shiptnents
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