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NEW ADVCRSEMCNTST.
1875. JANMV AKD
GLOsme out
3Iain fcstr-eet. Opposite Hotel,
TARBORO', N. C.
-00-
4 LI
TO BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST.
GREAT llIllEp
li -t- r "" I-.' -
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c-eiore purcnasm your
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C'othinc
cut i
A rr
than City prices.
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ALWAYS OH HAND
Sept. 25, 1374.
LAST DAYS OF 1ST-4.
tt5j tii '.: i
n
TO
BARGAINS !
BARGAINS!
Extraordinary ! Extraordinary ! Extraordinary 1
New Calicoes, New Dry Goccis, Boots, Shoes,
Notions, Hats, Crockery, Ciiiria, Buckwheat Flour,
Patapsco Flour, Sdgc Suttor, Grcam Cheese,
' COFFEE, SUGAR, ft 0. MOLASSES, 1KKU AND MACHINE
Oils, Linseed Oil tl per gallon. Best White
1 5 !"
The fewest the Eesi
Nov. 27th, 187-i.
ManuflK-'turcis of Wagons, Carts, Flows, Gin
and (Toannu:, ;.ui;l AuTicr.llural Im-
We h- ..'
Materia!.-,' an.
this lir.e from
1 !!"Tl l ;i VI r
a i:rht o;:"
Vi'e t:i';!c
EIGHT
In the best style :
iiav
never i:.
t - .
t o it.irtiis.ii
complete. jJesid'; sfver:
1 e-
re
alty of t
which wo believe has met wit!: more
im .u.i-.ie. j.i:e:.-.: pi'.t.', s :;re
especially for use in hard tnvl
l
stiff
-ii . a .
done on Undine
Saw Mills
(3
3 ins.
plemeiits.
The muiersigned uianaf.icf arers' agent for Tanner's Engines and
fcaw xMihs, Lehell s iurbmc V. ater Whueii. Grist Mills lniJ SK.,r
mz ai
td Gearini'.
These Goods ar3 ail Warranted.
Nov. G-tf
FEBRUARY. 1875.
!
SALE '
OFFERED FOR CASH !
S,
1
,0 Upwards.
As
f?k &h
b& 3 a
u
to order
nd at less
urrantou er no sai-:
Stock of
mill Oiir-tKiiiioi'ow
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
tf
BARGAINS !
Rid and
Last-
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- it
pj n n t s" .
ej.i w v' iiVvCipuo u
S 2Ji
w,envi(iii
oi
oil
VvTegon and Cart
-.f.:e any veliiclc in
carts and wagons
tne iu-av.
-J e---f
ei.i.oj..
a co.nplan.t of one of our Hovsfi
iloits with tii.-se powers. Trice $55.00
of Tnn,
n-i i'lo
V.'S
e tiiuKe a e-
peci-
general favor than any Cotton plow
til. too aiter
patterns, one intended
land.
Horse Towers, and all kinds of un
i - 7 ' J - y tjnini-
SUPERINTENDENT.
Triday, :
January 22, 1S75 1
THE FARMER'S FIRESIDE.
Around the fire, one wintry night,
The farmer a rosy children sat ;
The fagot lent its Mazing light,
And mirth went round, and harmless enr.i.
When, hark ! a gentle hand they hear
Low tapping at the bolted door,
And thus to gain their willing ear,
A feeble voice was heard implore :
"Cold blows the blast acros3 the moor,
The sleet drives hissing in the w'nd :
Yon toilsome mountain lies before,
A dreary treeless waste behind.
"My eyes are dim and weak with age
No road, no path can I descry ;
And these poor rags ill stand the rage
Of such a keen inclement sky.
"So faint I am, these tottering feet
No more 1113 palsied frame can bear ;
Mv freezing heart forgets to beat,
And drifting snows my tomb picpare.
"Open your hospitable door,
And shield me from the biting blast ;
Cold, cold it blows across the moor,
The weary moor that I have passed."
With hasty steps the farmer ran,
And close beside the fire they place
The poor half-frozen beggar-man,
With shaking limbs and pale-blue face.
The little children flocking came,
And chaffed his frozen hands in theiis; j
And busily the good old dame
A comfortable mess prepares.
Their klnJaess c'.ieertl Lis drooping s..u!,
Ami slowly down his wrinkled cheek
The big round tear was seen to rc.il,
And told the thanks he could not ppeak.
The children then began to sigh,
And nil their merry chat was 0 er ;
And yet they felt, they know not why,
31 ore glad than they had done be tore.
What is pride tny son ?' a?kcd a
father twiddling his gold-headed
cane. 'It's walking with a cane
when you ain't lame, replied the in
telligent lad.
The difference between a fool and
a lookinfr-glass h said to be that the-
fool speaks without reflecting and j
that the looking-glass reflects with I
out speaking. j I
r T. . , P . . , , i
iota rrmes spirit nas ueen i
, , . , r
heard from. 7t contradicts the I
, , ,. , , ,
yvj r ; v -
lie nn.f Sun. -M, t : f nnr-i t.ihnn vil. '
li i i j
' - 1 I
i
A somewhat simple woman was j
asked whether her husband feared
God, and replied, '1 guess lie does, ;
for he- never goes out Sundav with- j
out his gun with him.'
' 1' - I. L !:., . .I.T.i .... 1
j.i:u leiiinih. oi u itiiio tigti; year
old Avas m accordance with the wish
of many people : 'Mother,' he
said, '1 wish I as built like a hen
coop out of laths, and then the
breez? could blow rttit throui'h
me.'
' Guess your eyes are bad,' re
plied a Green Day traveler when
told that his collar was soiled : why
b'ess you, mister, I haven't worn
that collar but two weeks."
A spread-eale orator wanted the
villus of a bird to iiy t every vii-
la 'e and hamlet in the bioad hind, i
but he wilted when a naughty boy
in tiie cr.wd san cut. "You'd be
siiot for a goos
flown a mile."
befora you bad
i secrets ot h;s c-Iitiit in inve.s: i-'-i-Over
the shop door of a ,o,', t; . : , i.-olvin the ,'.1: interests-
!.!;fiu-l' in :i vili!fF ir' th. mcf.irn
counties of England, may be seen
a Signboard representing a man hi
a. black coat, brandishing a hatchet,
with the inscription John Smith
Liiis pis uke Lis lather.
Maria is ;i very popular nnino in
Illinois. Vhon a o:it rdimbs ;i. li.ie'k-
I fence in a populated neighborhood
! rind r.l.i in t i Vfl v n:ir M:iri;iv
twenty or thirty windows are haste-
ly thrown up, from which protrude
twenty or thirty females heads wild
ly answering ' What."
A Chicago boy of ten says that
when his parents get into a fight,
and his mother cails for a llat-irori
and his father yells for the stoves
handle, he is placed in a most ern
barrassing position, as he is pure to
get licked, no matter who he minds.
It is a curious fact that while
business of every kind is depressed
and the wages of labor are being
considerably reduced, the price of
billiards, -md boiled chestnuts and
opera ticket!-, btd horse, ami sleeve
buttons, and deviled crabs, and
other necessaries of !fe, remain uit- j
clntned.
A Sijcram?nto
iwvcr remarked
to the eoort: ' 7c is my candid opin
ion, Judge, yon are an old foo!.'
liie dudgo allowed his mildly
beaming eye to fall upon the lawyer
a brief moment, then in a voice
husky with BiirpresscI emotion,
said: 'It'stnv candid opinion that
you are fined 100.'
A Mississippi boatman with im
racncp feet, stopping at a public
house on the levee, asked the pou
ter for a boot-jack to pull off his
boots. The colored gentleman af
ter examining the stranger's feet,
broke out as follows : 'No jackass
couldn't pull 'em off, massa, widout
fractring the leg. Yusc better go
back about three miles to de forks
'n de road, an' pull 'em ofi'dar.'
A farmer whose cribs were full
of corn, was accustomed to pray
that the wants of the poor and
needy might be suplied; but wdien
any one is needy circumstances
asked for a little of his corn, he
said he had none to spare. One
day, after hearing his father pray
for the poor and needy, his little
son said to him :
'Father, J wish I had your corn.'
'Why, my son. What could you
do with it ? asked the father.
The child replied, lI would
answer your prayers !'
The Journal New Volumes.
With the new year the Daily
Journal bcgin3 its Twenty-fourth
Annual Volume and the Weekly
Journal begins its Thirty-first An-
nual Volume.
The Tear iust ended las Leon one
of trial and trouble, not unrelieved,
however, by joy raid gladness. The
panic has brought embarrassment
and anxiety to every buisincss, and
newspapers have not been exempt
from the common lot, but this, so
far as it was possible, v.'as otfset by
the joys of our abundant poiiticial
victories.
It is but natural tit the fb.se of a
year to take a retrospective glance,
and fortunate it is when such retro-
sncct brings not shame nor regret,
but rather thd eouciousnes? of duty
performed to the best of one's abili
ty. 1'roui this standpoint the Jour
nal may be pardoned for the grati
fication it feels as it takes a brief
glance at the record of pu'iticrl
events iu the year 1374. The twe
events of last year that stand cut
most prominently are the campaign
in the summer and the discus
sion of the Oouventba q-iesiion
Jurinjr the fall and winter.
The bummer campaign was no ,
child's play, la the judicial Dis- j
tnct we started with :i nominal mn !
j'jiily offr'" hundred and f'rty-j
two oUS
Lut Jiu!c;e jius.scll re-
e-iveu eb'ht hundred arnd twenty.
. , i5 . , . I
eight votes more than the Ivai- j
ical party vote near three hundred
votes more il.au the Democratic j
majority at the hi.M t lection and j
TV. uld have thcref.ro been elected!
I ut for th;: fact th it Judg'! MtK v l
r.'fiived eh'VLii htiiidrcd and twenty- j
two votei more than tiw la:M lh mo
emtio ' at t v ole.
I in
I th
tiiLt'O w;:s a smijiar r. suit. Mr.
.Neiil ,i(-Ks! V's :::C! t'i!:-C.i Vft:1 as
'realer thatt C'dvisel ' a id., li s i.ki-.
j'rity of t-.voyear.-i i.,u, by more ;
than two iiUt:Ucd votes and he i
lie would have been eh etcd but for !
tne tact thai Colonel adcil recc-sv j
iiftv-ci-'ht votes ni re ihists he r
ceived itt
n hat credit i-du
nal for these great
;
to the Jour -
vieto: lv. we '
oave to others to sav, fullv s-ttiiied i
witu the conciou
ot h
1 ., . ,
(tot.u nur whole dntv. 1-ro;;)
T ,..-., , " -i
i;'.!ie. idt 'T en, it is tvi te:;:
ttlO j
not :
v:i? taat v,,ik
, '
.-'M l I
1 I- I. U I t
lieCesai v to i.c i -i
i " j
-"U''i 50 the ;
i:-''-s taken in th
the Convents'.'!! ie-
we have done our dt
wo He..
iu: 1 ha ve j
b.: i.i- I
.o:ie nothm.; to r
.'ret
I ,. ! . f
ea c-i. ni'.icn !.,! h.
. -
An i now tor th
e W j. i ,:!,
1 t
to
L'iVei tiS roat T'.e;'.
sav that the Jouri
t o
I...
l i . (. !
li(
the New vear
lie .v o'.utnea ,
wiih fresher ho-
tlron-.. r con-
fidenee that the close
of the year
io( wiii una it more Iirmlv estttb
lished not only iinar.ciaily, but in
the aiTections of the people, it is
with honest heartfelt joy, tlicrefore,
that we wish till of our readers a
happy Xow year.
Privilc.'ro cf At:::
wars b 'en a vc
tl'-'ii i;1 nioraU whctluu- an att- lMey
c :u'u' he reuaircd with jt: -tiee to
reve:.l in evioeneo btfove a .l1.'-i.;-i
i tivj body or oourt of jtn:i-; th
j ine iVilie .-Mean.-liip h-'vi
S m Wnshintou i:t w..(:.
;;ial.l s Abort, a Mirvand !awv
Cl,utlscl and a-ent f.".r Irwin
ti
who-e ease and tint !' !. I
investigation genera !1 v
niade reference, w a a
you it. form thi etimmiirei
St! t.'
iii
.' to V, e.!',
y""i p it 1 tne sevei a !
ii-; c.:',iio:ievif'
a. u- ,.ii.i.i y v. .is i I'lje.jU'i
,1
Mr.
Abort iu reply read corresnnn
bct'.ve;1;! him-eit' and Irwin.
SiiQ W-
Irwin
allow
ing tit iL he had
reo nested oi
to know
i ne was wiiiitr' to
him to disclose to the commit
name-i of t!i.; perso;!
reply said he did not
irwi:: in
t !;;:,!; that
eoiinse! bud the right to give
IP;
secrets ot ins eioutt, Lut
have it to his conscience
i.e .volt Id
a:
torney, and resomtnendsjd consult. is e-.nuuiejid ihem ;! reets of'liouor and iistejr
t..n i , , i rity, :nid fny.y entitled to the coutidenee of
tion wnii the hiraest legal talent i m,. j.ui.lie
attainable, either Hon. Keverdy I K- v,'. UfCli F.S, V. S.Jiulgo Kafn Dist. Va.
fftiirxon lovn.,,;.,:, pi. i . I her releretiees hv permission: His
dO.n.so.l oi .jeiCiiiiali i,!iick, as to ; f.v,., i!.-,.r .-;:!i.,t r ur..iL...r f.t n,-n
his nriviico in tltf rivc-vin; A
l.-ft'!- r ,.,.," Tf t'., ,....!.. T '
l .ti. 1 . MU lloa. aee:ty.)otl:lS-n.
(l.tted L. lit 101 ore, Ja nu 1 1 v 1ST."),
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Sir :
I. If
1 '.'.: leit-r ,.!' y -"II
'. e;e eilij.i'i;. (!
pI; (md i.i t hat e.ii.r
! Irttiii i
'elected iiy he . i eienh-v !;;. i
ei M'li.-i
'et to ;...v tie-n. .ui to the Oe. i- i,;?.,-; in
your lm.,ts fir t :iq.-.s.. ..n eee:!
aiiy or lu-.taliy, vi'!...iit ,;, u;..
ei'..-e i sen- !i;.!ji-s. V'n t.MI me. ao-t tVi.m
my l:;;e',v i-vii.e ,r yo'i 1 ain su. e it is so, tii u
you in i hj rn i.ayiiient to ar.y et
Co;iie:;s. Yours, wit.li !; ir.i,
U t : v i . i u i y . I e i ; :,- s o -.
1 .!.:.:. m . . ,
r t o::i mis ii Witt
seen nat,
e profess
Mr. .
Jolinson i'oi-mi.s
Sional eeuseience of the lawyer as
unelasic, whatever becotnes of puh-
1 n i , . t I. , . 1 ' . I
" .- :nee..n,Mo.e. in
tne discussion oetore the comtuittee
Messrs. Leek and D twes thought
too rijiit ol wtiiver
not enter
info snf i fl.i(.8hnn . . ... , , ..1
lli.o s C.l qutstlor.s da me OuO peim-
nig, where corruption waj to he
proven by the testimony of the
, . '-u'-. 01 IIlC
UiiCiney as to ins OWU acts. The
ni.ltter was not tested then -is fllfv
w , U lli ,U' Ja -
witne.ss was excused until Saturd:iv
oti account of illners. lie did not
absolutely refuse to' testify, which
Would place him in contempt. On
Saturday the witness was ao-aia
excused to give him opportunity
tor personal consultat'on with the
same eminent lawsyer, who - had
previously advised him. , He stated,
however, that he vould testify if
eotnpe'lad by tlia House.-Wil mi ug
ton Star.
When may young ladies he said
to he economical ? When they
resort to tight hieing to prevent
waist fullness.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tim New York WEEKLY WITNESS, -riving
News, Markets, Sorics, Pictures, and
Live Editorials at $1.-0 a year Pos.oge paid,
has reached 75,000 circulation in three y tat s.
Send for free sample copy. 4.
"lONSTANT EMPLOYMENT U home,
Mf.lt! or Female, $')') a week warranted.
No capital required. I'.irtl-ukes am! valu
able sample rc; t tree. Address Y.'nh ij cent
return stamp, C. EOS, Williamsburg, N. Y.
U TgrjSYCllOMANCY, or SOUL CJIAliM
JL ING." How either sex may fascinate
and gain the love and allcetions of am- per
son they choose instantly. This simple men
tal acquirement all can possess, free, by ma:',
for ."ke, together with a marrn.'re jju.d I
Egvplian Oracle, J)."e.in, H'tuts to Ladies, j
WHl!iu'-Nil'!!, Shirt, .ve. A queer book. Ad
dress X. 'WILLIAM & (JO. i'ubc. I'lsila. 4-.v.
T-liY CHRISTIAN, a large live, family
1 iii'j in
. io scctauam.-'U!, )0ii;u s, pills,
r advertisements. Duly 75 cts, a
:(! 10 cents for 3 f pcciinctis bciuru
puti'
year i
yo.i lor.Lict it
'ieiKiid y,ci I'reii'.iui!
evervwhere. P.i'.r Coinmis-
si
B
i,nts j aid ! 11. L. Hast 1x153, .". Wiish'n St..
Joston, Ms Arch ft , Pbiia., Pa. 4w
o'iir, Colds, licar.c!!css,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Uso
WELLS' CASSISOMC TABLKTS,
PIT U? ONLY IX ELUE COXES.
A TielCD AND SURE REMEDY.
F, .1,1 In- Pmacists. 4w
IMPORTANT TO
FAI1MEHS A3!) PUSTEItS.
MAKE YOUli OWN
FERTILIZERS,
""-I w ota t $3 per ton. caihe
livr-t Di.i.olv.'.; and Pure (iron n.l
BON E 7 & CHEMICALS
i-V.itii It. .(. 11 AK ER & CO.,
:;'. .11:. 1 .S.mth (..'liarlcs St , jla!t:iiioi e.
r;-'t" Ii t , iits aii'l funuuhis sent, free on
; lOw.i.m. V.'ri:..' tor one. 4w
WEST
it S0S,
ifiS 3ECUfl8TY
Tiii: r.r..'-Y oil ix u?e.
Varz-anted 150 Be5-ic25 Tire Test.
V.'ati r V,!,;;.' in .;:. Fully Jk-Gderlzed.
AND IT WILL HOT EXPLODE.
I- bun.- intsll (.'ca! Oil :md Kcrr.svnc L:ni;.i.
TKV it. tor '-AJailtJiaKccuriiy,"
ilj W. LoiuL.u-J t., Baltiiuore, Mil.
HAVE YOU T F! i E D
II M Ml M&Bt'l.
you
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ?
f ! Ar. you s; LaiuM that any exertion re
tire in.'! oj :.n i-::.(: t tu:i:i ou iivl i-:ioiiUie
T!s.-: irv
vl.r- - t.. .'( :
'.a- -i 8i,
I ; ! i i ; s ; i
.Il'UL'i;i:X., the wonderful
'..- v.iik-li ;;ets heii.'ts
; v cr,-:i!i-i as to i ;!! art
i.-Iie ;i:!.e-:i.-.T, which tiniu
i '.'.i!-.''. i.in'y t.) t il,- Mi!ti-rcr
ii j.'h :' misery, but it is :t
: ;ie;hi:r direct I v u tbe liver
;''
i.-.
m .i :..i,.hr, o jv ... - ;:s'- uerve-,
d .;ives sm-ii a hesiUtiy t;iie to the whole
-ir::i s;s tu .o:ii !a.l'.:e the inwiiid feel likesl
v p. !wn.
I: - o;.- r ;:l..t! is !:---t vloleist, Lut i- -lm::c-i.-d
I V : i,t! .lie -v ; liie l .:.' i,t. ex-
r i' i . '' it (Inline. !n lu .rl.ei! rc-
' i iv his troyl-l..-.
' F.:d their tents, like the Ar.it .-,
A:ti'. siiet.tiy -te ii stwst s ."'
'i'i : :-: li. v :i ti 1 1 ri ; . I dieiverv, hut
e--i v. ::h iv. ::-!.-rii.l ret:). ,!i;tl
!: -. :-s:. is j.r e.-uosvil t-y t!e- ;,i;;i-st
iir.ii :'i:!'.l: i i.V, til:' ;l'!-.t J'OA'ett'ul
?.!. and :i!ier;t:iv; kr.owu."
on'- .!:;:-: t:.'r it. i'or : le !.v
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l.o C i.-h o::-s. !is en'h so.oao
:,!! (;::ts, -d;) t..u h 400,000
.;..! tet'.s, ;l-:s SUT-hlu- t" -?! ,000,000
"lunibcrof Ticliets, 1C0:C00.
ii.i:;-:
10.00
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eiiesie lluneitie ssnchi
Oi-
! oa, i ', e-i'-i.-il l y iii... I.e:r:hi'!ire cl'Virhiia
:lik! ii,.: ( irviiil (.' urti.r I Ir.itie Co., ir(ipos-
Iiy a (ii-aiel iiii ;oneei t. to ebtahlish and
.':):.,
lie.-t;
tiie 1
I!'i:e; tor ti:e Old, luliriu, and
j.a'O.'s ;
r re-e!e
i:.;'.:,i, at Mom je'lier,
v- (ii iht'riufi.t Janje"
:eii-i!i.
n.veriie.r'., Oli'.ce, Itie'aiein.l.Jii'y :i, 1871.
!t a'i'.Td 'a.' T.!e:ij,ir: to sav th.ifl ntn wv-ll
!ur.fti:i!!tt-il il ii a hirire lijiijorit y ot the ofli
eer.. n ii.u .dfntji-iier I'.-iu ili: lluuiaiie As-.-oe::i'.i
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DAILY AMI W'Ei KM' FOK 1S75.
The approach of the Presidential election
eiueu unttnusal importance to the events and
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