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Thursday, - September 26, 1872. WILLIAM BIGGS, Editob TARBORO'. NORTH CAROLINA. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDEXT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Electors for President and Vice President. First District Octavius Coke, or Chowan. Second District Swift Galloway, of reena. " ' Third Disirict T. C Fuller, of Cum- feerlaud. Fourth District H. A. London, Jr., or Chatham. Sixth District W. L. Steele, of Ilichuioud. Seventh District F. B- McDowel, -of Iredell. i Eighth District Thomas E. Joho tOD, of Buncombe. The Cour'ns Elections. During the next month. State elect ions wiil be he'd in PeoDsylvauia, Ohio and Indiana. As & cotempotaty well says, the prospects in each Svate are Tery en courasinc. AH three of them elect Staie officers on the eighth of October. In Pennsylvania, the Conserva fives haws, ia the person of Mr. Buck alew, their nominee for Governor, cneoftleir ahlest and most popular Jeadera. John W. Forney, Editor of the Philadelphia Freis, a Grant paper, concedes the e lection of Buckalew by a handsome majority. Forney opposes Hanran ft, the Rad ical Bominee, oo account of his dis : honest v and corruption. Harlranft ;has been connected with certain tock speculations with the State's money, and his infamous conlucthas driven . off many Republicans who will vote ; for Buckalew. If it is troe, that as goes Pennsylvania in October, so goes tre Union in November, Mr. Greeley's chances are not only bright but give aburance of bis triumphant election. In Ohio, where our friends have heretofore been somewhat despondent, the aspect has entirely changed within the last few days. That State Is uow - set down f.s certain for Greeley. The reason for r despondency heretofors has been the aucertaiuij oi the great German element in that State, which has leea Loa-comroiMaJ, and has beeu regarded ai extremity doubtful. A dispatch from Cincinnati, under date ot September the I6th, states that the organ of the Germans of Ohio, the Cinrtunati Voibs&att, bas declared for Greeley and Brown, and its editor Mr. Hassaurek, a popular and elo quent speaker, has tales the stump against Grant. Ha 'a considered one of the most influential Germans in the United States, and bis open and ard ent advocacy of Greeley's claims will exert a powerful inSueooe in our fai vor, not only among the Germans in Ohio, but throughout every State ia the Union. - Thus the great German Tote of Ohio is secured for Greeley and Brown, and that State itself is no longer re garded as doubtful. lu Indiana, the information is less definite, although Hendricks' election is regarded as safa. This is a doubt, j ful State, and Morton, the Radical Senator, whose political existenci is at stake, is exercina: every influence that vnii pussioiY uo urougui. 10 wear tu ue feat Hendricks. Upon a survey of the political field, v. e have good reasons to say that Pennsylvania and Ohio will vote against the Radicals in the State elect ion next month, with the chances in our favor in Indiana. !' I I 1 Li i- I J- Up to Their "Work. "We are Ashamed to admit that there is a wonderful dearth of politrcaL life on our tide in North Carolina. ! This can be eaaily accQuntel " for by reason of the tremendous conflict through which we have just passed. It is returnable to expect a lull after a ett .m. It is. however, gratifying1 to notice in other quarters the amouoi of rigor that is being i'j fused in the campaign by our Fpeakeis and workers. The necessity of thorough and cow pleie organization bas been so appar ent that every possible step will.nowf wo bepe, be taken to .accomplish ti.t j desirable ecd. Our '.frkndssvwy where are active and vigilant, and the jnospec'is of a glorious victory grow brighter and brighter every day. The contest in Pennsylvania promises bet ter thinga than the most sanguinj imagined wbsn the fiht began, and the election of Buckalew in October will be the certain defeat of Grant in that State in November. In Iudiana the gallant Hendricks is making a viaorous canvass, and or friends there re confident of an overwhelming tri uujpb. lu New York the nomination of Francis Kernan placed the matter in such a shape that the only question now discussed is how large his majo ity will be. In faot the political out look generally is of a character to fill patriotic Learts with joy. It is clear that the people have risen in their might, and are fully determined to shake off the Grant incubus that now hangs over the nation, and restore the Gaverument once more to ila ancient pr ospei ity . ,-f'- The Norfolk Fair- ' ' We confess to a liking for Norfolk' and its people, tt is probably that such a liking a-ises from the fact that a large proportido'of the business men and families arfrom the "Old North State." - y'-- ?XJJ' r'' Be that, however, ai it m&fi we, do like Norfolk, and are ghl to chronicle any evidence of ita progress; and improvement. They propose to hold a fair there this Fall under the auspices of the Virginia .and Noith Carolina Agricul tural Society. In allud ng to this Fair the Vir ginian hopes that the enterprising merchants and business men geneiully of Norfolk appreciate fully the advan tages which are almost sure to accrue to th em, if the approaching Fair, to be held upon, the grounds of the Vir ginia and North Carolina Agricultural Society be mado a giaud success. And can there be any doubt of ii? What an opportunity for bringing together the people of Eastern Virginia and North Carolina, whose interests in all the affairs of life are one and. the same? The prosperity of the city of Norfolk and its importance as a commercial centre depends in a-great degree upon the success of the farmers of those two S2ction3 and oar people should leavo no stone unturned, and sparo no eort to contribute towards their prosperity. Lei us have a groat gathering of the cotton, earn ol wheat pi inters ol North Carolina, and the truckers and farmers generally of Virginia- Let us have on exhibition samples of all the great s'aples of the magnificent eountry, tributary, to this port, and let us have all sorts of machinery and labor-saving implements to exhibit. Col. Starke, the able and efS iem President of tho Society, with hi active corps of officer, are not allow ing the grass to grow under their feet, and we call upon our citizens to come up manfully to their assistance, with the "sinews of war," as well as hearty encouragement in every possible way. Tho attractions to be an," icip.tr ed at the Fair are, among others, the fol lowing, as we learn from the circular of the Sooiety; An address by Vir ginia'a most gifted soo, Commodore R. IJ. Maury; tho presence- of the Farmer of Cfaappaixyt ; regattas and boat racs oa the water ; trotting matches, and races, and tournaments oa the land! One of the magnificent steamers of the Allan line will be in the harbor on the first day of the fair, direct from Liverpool, with passen gers and freight. Excursions ou splendid steamers down to thie" Virgin ia Cpe3 will be.-in order. Ffh and oysters will beta an en jjoy ablegate of perfection. The aeeess to thegrowvds, sitaated about one mile from the ci?y, bas been made easy by unlimited means of transportation, by rail, by river, and by two splendid turnpikes. Wa repeat that our people may rely upon tie activity, energy and den votioo of Colonel Starke and his offi cerSy and we call upon those who have the means to stand op to them with the needful supplies of money and in Mr. O-veeley at -; Louisville His Speech Louisv'ttUs, Sept. 23. Greelev, ia discussing the colbied quesktiajl: FfeCiti'.en8: ff onr move ment shoald p evil,and I t.ust it will prevail, we will sweep aw?y all tiiis rera3e of lies in ti iee months. We will say to lue coloied men, wo prefer nothing except the nroieciion of (he lawa, the same for you as for us. You trave youv livinp, tj earn as well as we have, you will have to ose r'l your abilities, all your energies, all your faculties, and uiuke ihe most ot them you cm. The laws do not iavor yon They will tao-vouguly protect you, and in three Baonths. if we succeed, the colored people wi'l Le so disnbuoed that the ttunje meu can never deceive them aga?i aever ap,ain. But, sappoee we fjil, and we . may fail, if the coloied men did not believe that the. power was against us, that money was against us, if they did not realize that the treasury, the army. and 6ce hundred thousand t 'old era weie'ajjjtjdei against us viS vihichfrfiey 'epega.'-we caa&ot oyerx coinejftbej etiftHii' wo aid not be so universaUj bcsUl'e. Wfcy .tbey tluak we cju not snc.iSed anii they waut' to be., "upon theApinDing side rh3t b a pjvt o. ilVtpiC tbey era also deWfea ia iegard,io oar purposes. e ate -t not be vouroopressors. we will.L t i. . j r iuuku yuu nave aouo us mjasuce, try as well aa we caa to have vodr ehildren educated and enlightened so that the mistake you have made can not be made over aud over again.. The New Orleans Republican gives as the fcutniuary of paper pub lifihed ia Lousiaooa, newspapers bup- porting Oret ley and Bro-wa, 34 r Uiaot and Wilaon, 18; lndepeudent and dcublful, 5. Of these, thability and standing are on the sido of the Greeley papers. Takeaway theCus-. tomhou&e pap from tbe Grant pa pers, and two thirds ft tbem would die to-inoirovr. SPECIAL NOTICES. '' A regular baldt-wabsSfutely essential to physical health and clearness of Intel lect. Nor is this inte Beautv of Ders cannot co-exist with an unnatural com tion of tie bowels: , A t8pe passage of .Eh refuse matter of theslenr through thap purity of the body as .th's free"pSk3SG5lrJr the offal of a city through its sewers is necessany to the health of its Inhabitants. Indigestion is the. primary canee of most jf the diseases of Hie discharging organs and. one of the most common results is constipation' This complaint, .besides being daagerous ia itself, tas many dis agreeable concomitants- such ,as an nn p feasant breath, a sallow skin, contamina ting blood and bile, hemorrhoids, head ache, loss of memory, and general debility Hostetter's Stomach Bitters remove all these eris by removing their immediate cause in the digestive organs, and regula ting the action of the intestines. The com bination of properties in this celebrated preparation is on of its chief merits. . It is not merely a stimulant or a tonic, or an antit illious agent, or a nervine, or a blood depurent, or a cathartic, but all these curative elements judiciously Mended in one powerful restorative. It lends activ ity and visor to the inert and enervated stomach, relieves the alimentary canal of its obstructions, and gives tone to tL3 membrane which lines it, gently stimu lates the liver, braces the nerves; and cheers the aniragl spirit. No other reme dy possesses sucii a variety of hygenic virtues. It is to these characteristic viv tnesthat it owes its prestige as a house hold medicine. Exptvence hSia proved that it is as harmless as it is efficacious, and hence it is popular 'with the weaker sex as with the stronger, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters are sold in bottles only, and the trademark blown in the glass and engraved on the label is ihe test of genuia-ness. Beware of count erfeits. ' Mut.v.ti.-:. Yi.a., Sept. 22, 1336. R . Wm. If. T : Dear i--In my ro,'"S ,;,-.vs I was raihe iid iM'L1 bec.i ue, tiie vieihu of a loythsoaie dWciise. J was peated by an eminent piifsieiap, aid though;. I was Ci"-eJ. A"'e. moving to tt's State, I was liov: ;&e fmdin that. disej e wan mak'ns -ts a,pear:ine a. in, in a second -;ii-y fo; m. tflce formetl rn my month and on different p?r's or wy boJ.y. I a'so became afhiceu w.Ui seve.-e t heumai.oin. I employed different ;ihy.sic'.in-, and n?ed various patent medicines for months, ali to uo pevpofse. During a v!sii to Jachson-. viUt.!, I saw you; Sav ap;iilla and Queen's Deli'ihi, and cent M'aed .o trv it. I have taken a dzen bottles, and bekeve that tlw poison isenli.elv driven '.om my system. T intend con. bitting it, however, to make a sure thiig "!. At the remiest ol yoiii Agent, i send this to you. you are at liberty to use it as you i:ke. Youis lespectiullv. jt)HNT 11. Gt ILFOKD. Liter foal"tm' aatl Ciioasness. Dr. Tult-s 1 vei- Pills exeua direct and pMV.eile.l iiidnence on the Ivver, and Wi y :th ceiiaiaty relieve thai important o.'gan .om disease, and rctoi'e Us no; uul fu'icl ious. Dr. Ti ll' JIj'c Dve irp .rts a C dor. Glossy Tf you feel dull, diovt'&v, deb'Htated, i'fvfl f ei ii'.'-it hedaeho, moi'ih tos.es baii'v, por ?etiK ami tongue coated, yop aie suif'uin ."rum Torpid Liver or '-I'lliousm ".,' a&d nothing will cure you ;o ftiteliy ami perinanentiy as Di'. l'ie.ce s tieldeu Meitcal Discovery. l.otlInr on tit l'irrass A mark-d urre. se oi' fein;tle !ovl:neA is the eye de'igU in? result lie imnico popnlari- 'v Wij-ch traan s Manoia Uaim has ob uined Bson2 the feulW'S of Amerien. C-'v pP'Xions, adienk wwi snowy pilritv an tSiged wiih the rr.seaiw he of h;i!ib are commomy met with whenever it is used. For tn sallow and unwh )henine appar nceofihe face and neck: which m erly coiintrbahmce the eP""Ct of any person;il attraciioi the owner nwv !o.e-f. it sub si; ute tatcleiir. peai'-liko eomplexinn wii'ch is si'ch a transceiident chavm in woman-, and renders tho voeghesi skin a. oi't as fit-noa veviK. No onis more as tonished than tee ifcrsoe- usin i-: t tlio .iiai velona t.-vnsforniatioa which i'. fclfect in these particulars. The rrcAtrst vaat of the present ase is men and women, heaitny and vigorous ir mind and body. The continued headaches. weaknesses, uervousuess, and varying ali- ! meats which afflict women are generally the rosnit ol lifiperri ct action, of the stomach and tbr vital oigans. Ib. Walkeb's Clajoknia Vinkoab BrrTEKs, being com posed entire' y of vegeta-ble substances in digenous to California, tac be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate, and are a sure remedy, correcting all wrong aa'ion and giving itew vigor o the whole SThtem. weHt advertisements. DAS JirST.RET'JKNED FKOM NEW iORK,gdf3 now receiving his New Goods, having purchased a Larje and Varied Sock especially suited to this ma. ket.-sN Attenuon Is specially called to his verv laige stocU of Gent's and Boy's CLOTHING.. Overcoats and Talmas, John 51. Davie Shirts ami Drawers, and (ien'ts Underwear. Miles' Shoes & Gaiters and Hand made ,1 oik for Ladies & Gent's Ij A Jjarge Lot of Tobacco and Snuff on hand, and merchants can make it to their interest to purchase their Tobacjo and SquQ fcom hii!i at whlesale pricta 150 Bxs TQHACO, diiTeront brands 20 Khls STUFF. 300 Bdk TIES-. - . lOOolls JiGGING.- r; 4 . NOW IK STORE. Highest Market Price Paid for Cil autl .'.Es: mine for 'yourselves. sept." 2&-6mt ... TaAoro. " WIJUSN Thewelfiej, session-1 w$f r comin en4 Wedsejai, October in advance,' for literary Ttnts7, 50 arid $27. Music, VOcat or InstfrL menW use of Instrument, 5. Draw ing '$14; Vainling $20. Languages ach Board and Vaahine S0. Afusr roiddlcfnf setsiop, 13 per ccut ad ded' to unpaid charges, 'Foi: any desjred infovmotioa, aildie? J.Dk U. HOOPEK,' r sept. 2G-3ui W il -u, y.g ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I AIL m i wmmuwrnn We are now rccciviog a Large Stock of Goods comprising a full hoe of Dress Goods, SUCH AS Poplins, - Empress Cloths, jyieriiioes, Tamise Cloth and OUR STOCK OF Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's isbelai jrest and best ever cannot be surpassed in Qaality ov Style. SOOTS Sl0!S we have in endless varieties. 35! TS of the Latest Styles und Shapes, -A. We arc offering great Bargains in Domestics, Blankets, Lap Robes, Over coats, Cloaks and Shawls. We solicit aa c: lv call lbr inspection of the above Goods, and we aro de tcimiued to satisfy our customers and the public in general. LIIEILBlMElt&BROTHEK ET US HAVE PEACE! Down with High Prices. Cheap Goods. Economy and reform tke order of U:c day. At least it is with KING & CLARK, DEALERS IN DBT GOODS, AND GcttcvalMcvcliauiVisc We have Just received our lare and well as:qrted siofe of NEW GOODS, which we oTm- n cheati as can be hod in tnis market. We love to serve onr friends, and take pb'asrre in showing our stock. CALL AND SEE US. K1G & 1LAKK, sept. 2G--J. ' TViRBORO. Store for Rent TADJIK TfTE "SOUTHERNER" OFFICE OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. Dt's'i able Location and at very low rates. . OR RES frrLIJAMS,47M. sept. 2C-tf. TAKDOUO. OUR HOTSE, 0 OMR TO OUR-'IIOUSEflF TOU want a guptnor articles -Tlij Tei r best brnnda of liquord alwa)'8 On hand. lnuudinir BKANDY, ,t . ' WINES; " v . . GINS. A Uood (Low Priced) Whistey always on Hand. O IT S I T 33 JEL J3: TOBACCO AND CIGARS. POTTED Tl'RKEr, AKD DIM FOX , .UXIUE0XS. DOEPP & JONES' SODA WATER. SoUlcA Ac kPovtcr. Of a Tperior Qaaifty on Dranght Thanking nay customersfor past pat ronage 1 will guarantee that I will always have the above" articles of the very best Quality at OUli HOUSE." " J. L. COEll. ' vt. l Gui. TARBORO 4 tton Farnpfe:Sale A ior COTTON FARM I NASH xjl. uoumv, iqhuJs west oie W.. and W oiner tittjata, contaiuin l66 acres, "' 100 ?.ore9 of iu-s1;. rate low k ins is olfered for sale oil reasonable Loeat'on hcalthvftirith water. Er.m.reor c . " I M. CON YERS , .,.' Sept. 19-41 tt ; Uattlcbtro, NyC. , kiv- i. i. - i --o- d WIN TEH AT THIMG- brought to this market and -:o:- L. A. MAEBURY, Earthenware k China, And dealer in every descripiioa ! GLASSWARE, LAMPS, LOOKING GLASSES. PLATED FORKS, SPOONS and CASTORS. Stone-Ware &c, fcc. Is now in receipt of his Fall Stock, which in lare and complete, ud to- which be in vites the nttention of Country Merchants, gilnraufc'emf; to sell as low ha uf regular jobbing haase North. L. A. MARBURY, 97 Sycamore Street, s. 13-lm PeteiNbnrg, Va. VALUABlE Land for Sale -:o:- rnnE uxdetisioned ofi-ers for A. s;!e his en ire Tract of Land, lying ia EdVj3combe county, on Tar Kiver and Swilt Ciw k, six miles treta tkTown of Taiboo, and containing, by catiwaiion. SiO of which is dealt This land is well adapted to the gxevth of CafB and Cars, iU!J is RMs4iba ef high iBafiaoyemeot, hiiTing Hail la Aan4aar. aai asy of access. The settV mcnts on the Cum are so armiugedi as to an30ui it desueoV a jaikiofi of the plaaatia iatm y 3 Equal Farms of about 500 Acres. It also surrounds the "Cross Boiufe" at Lopsboro, which is considered th best stand for a COLTPY STORE in theJ fTla Far tt j p'r"Jfooti wc will county. There aa also upon this lanJJHi8eit aa adrertaewerU m at Far -ClaH V ALXJ AHLtJli JVlllj iui wiJi - TIIf.EE RUNNERS, in rntrW order and ood custom, with waUrpow 2 toiiXSS. This Flsntation oflfeiaawre opportunity to any one wJ Jiing to invest in Edgecombe l-ind , bein i in ft fine sUf cC cultivation and Bi.nated ia a gol aeighbeihood. TLose tiiiuking of parctsvfing ny refer to D. W. 1! ul lock or James 11. BritL Fo further particulars address JOHN J. GARRETT, " SeptfeJ2-tf. TARBORO. . pj. H. RUSSELL. B. WABBEX ECSSELL. II. Russell & Co. loots & Shoes, CALF SKIISTS, 1Bt Sole IjO-tlaoir ' AND - : - k SII0C FINDINGS GENERALLY. MAIN STREET, TARBORO, N. C. 19-Gm. Next cloor to the Enquirer. STEAMER COTTON PLAST THE STEAMER COTTON PLANT, having: been thoroughly repaired and supplied wiih air the fixtures retired by the law regulating Steamers, feas RESUMED HER REGULAR TRIPS ON TAR RIVER. She is commanded by CAPT, GEORGE W. HOWARH, Her old commander. JOHN. MYERS SONS, Sept. 19-6m. Washington, N. C. OR SALE. 6 New Carts, Apply at PLIMMER, LEWIS & C0S 22slm. "TARBORO. r SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GIN AND SAW MILL IBEILTIIIW. Rubber & Leather. ALL SIZES AT ' Piummer, Lewis & Co's hardware: store, At Low Prices & all strictly warranted b, 5-lm, WANTED BY . A VIRGINIA : LADY OF experience a situation Teacher ia a Private D'amfly or Seminary. Qualifications English, Latin, French and Music. lie Terences given. Address, L. A. C, box 205, Petersburg, V. aug. 22-1 m. SITUATION WANTED :o: A GRADUATE OF CHOWAN Baptis- Institute, d sires a S'iuaion a' Teacher in a iSc'ionl or Private Fiwy. Tba apr licant Wi seve-al year3 exot'rence, and is tbo.oc-. 'lv -ew-'petfiit tah tae nsual E"'.-'isa lT.?nche incluo1"1? Latin,, Music a-rl WnxWovk. C.bi'ig ; ;'l ensti moniala fom be fojrm.p pationi. A,ddegH, Sept 5rM-. JAirfreesbo.r) N. C- TO MY DEBTORS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL those indebted to me that their ac count Delist be fettletl between now a' d the 1st of Jannnry, 1873, as I have detei co ined to settle up all outstanding indebted ness by that time. I cannot afford to per Dit accounts to run for a longer period. J. L, COKEJ1. Proorietor, sept 12-tf, OU$ HOUSE." A Warning. THEREBY GIVE NOTICE TO ALL persons that they are forbidden, day or night, hunting on my land with guns or dog. If delected they will be dealt with ac cor ing as the law direeK LEWIS SAYAGE. Sept. 19th-4t. GINS And other Property Insur ed on favorable terms. M. WEDDELL, Agent. Sept. TAKBORO, N. C. A Warning. I HEREBY FORBID A IX PERSONS VxrttiisK with dg Mr giitv ob hit planta tion. 1 kt4 hat hunt oa 3k iriM be dealt wi Ji aewJln to law. MRS- JANE F. SAYAGE. Sept. I9-it ESTABLISHliD 1851. EIDER. BIGCS & CO., KADCIt BtnGfW ::. ASA PMOU, COTTOlSf vFACTOUH AND General Commission Merchants, NORFOLK, V1RGINJ. QPECIAL AND FAITHFUL AT teinw o Stttr si of CoCTiw mh4I1 erhr fciriffe of lTOunev-, nd pwH" returns ip jiV. Onr long experience in 'wimnpss g.vps na superior advantages in lnakiu ualcs at the highest market pnefi fWCoAon Forwaidci tLiwool Treo of coaw'Ljuons Ltwerif advaneea made on produce in hand. Sept. 5-tf. Situation Wanted B' Y A GRADUATE OF WESLETAN Fem'e Colleg- at Marrfesbopo, En a School r Private- Family, Applicant is prepared to teach the usual branches and mnsic. Salary not so much n object, as a comfortibteaadpieaisant sit nation . Addros A. L. W Sept. 5-4t MurlieesboswyN. C. ADVERTISING Ul A A MH UAlfA!! Ration to GEO. P. HOWELL A CO.. Cver- ig Agents, 41 Park Bow, N.Y. I K QSPMh J MB TUB lBTJ Agents wanted for oar Campaiga goods. Sell at Sight. Pay 100 per ent profit. Now is the time, tend at once for Descriptive Cir culars and Pj ice Lists of wm Fine SSeel En gravings of all the Gaiuiidateg, Campaign Bingrapiys, Ch. ta, lino gsapba. Badges, Pins, Flags, and eyerytisinj? suited to the times. Ten Dollars per , dV easily made. Full samples sent for 3. Address Moose & Goodsfedi., 37 -Park I skv, New Xork. A SURE CUKE tor this distressing com plaint is now made known in a Treatise (of 48 octavo pages) on Foreign and Native Hrbal ITeparations, published by Dr. O. Phelps Bbowjt The prescription was discovered by him in such a providential manner that he cannot conscientiously refuse to make it known, as iKhas cured everybody who has nsed it for FitSynever haying failed in a single case. The ingredients may be obtained from any druggist. A kopy sent free to all appli cants by mail. Address Dr. O. Phelps Ekown, 21 Grand St., JerseV City, N. J. Ifftthlne tike It in medicine. A luxury to the palate, a painless evacuant, a gentle stimulant a the circulation, a prespirstory preparation, aa au.tblKn nxuue, a Bioni aehi, a diuretic and an admirable, general al terative. Such are the acknowledged and daily pi oven propeiliesof Tab rants' m ?SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. REWARD, For any case of Bi'Ed, Bleeding, Itching or Ul cerated Piles fnat Dk BiKti'j Pilew Remedy faila, tpi jur'" It'ig; pre narjed ax-mieael T to. care the Piles and notbina dae. Hold by all Dreg- gists. Price, tl.Qjti. AGENTS WANTED. Agents .make more raonev at word for us than at anythiag le Bnaiaess light and per manent. Part icoiars free. U. stinsox Co., IAe ArfjttOiisAers, Portland r He. S300 - - dh BjfAA pr Month. Ag- TO Address ERIE SETTING MACHINE. CO. Bunalo, N. Y., or Chicago, IU. n ADYERTISESIE1VTS. Tartooro FEMALE ACADEMY. gCHOOL EXERCISES WILL BE RESUMED; SEPTEMBER,, 23rd, TepMa Boaid, including Tuition pen Session of Twenty Ween, C So 00. T:Mon for Day PnpiU from $16 00: to .43 00.. Mnsic and L"inae extra v Charges made lioiu tin)" of eotrui.e. and no ucduct'o.i for absence foe a sboi .e . space o time ihan one mnnih. M, F. PEN DLP, P.inr InrK Aug. 291m. TariK.c. New Jewelry Store. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS PEi" mnnently located in T-foro. and wd give his personal attention to the i-ppairiug ol Fine Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Having 16 years practk-M experience in the business he gnarante god and eifieient work at moderate prices, and would respect fully solicit a r-hare of the ou,lhc patropy. vvdl Veep certain .yon ywj fcm aclws tion of WaliKe. CM, Jrwhf, Solid Silver ant Plated Ware, Sj,e:(acles, &c. At prices low a can be 'nrnbhed anywher. ana every aiicla gwarw.t-cd rtrresenteo afotjeilureofdwtUe Jtep. icepuidfor U See Sign of the Big Watch. Next tlnnr .to the old Gregory Hotel op posite V. B. P ' w'f Stoic. hJhpCCirul!V, JAMES H. BELL. Refer to Cap Vm, Di?; F. T. Tee' Genl. W. G. I "w g , vm. liagiey : J. B. Cof ' field, and C. C. Lan.tr. march 7 ir Tarboro. N. C. The DUNN COTTON TIE. THE BEST AND SIMPLEST. XJrtl vorsal HF1 vorite. THE DTFFE happily adjui RENCE BK1WEEN RIVAL PATEXTKKS jgted, we hare much THE D s again on the market. We hare 3,0Wi bnmMes. in store and 7,000 bnndlt-s c &).-, wh'cli we oUV-r ! 1 trade -nd tliin.ers of Virginia jnd Noi t.i C -oi:.i.. ' " We aso have far saia a Hia.sfatiuiei'" Ag.eaistbe celehi aJi "ARROW AND "ANCHOR" TlfTS. Ve refer to Mrsem. U. D. TEL, and (X C. FAR R A It, Turhoro, ,vi,o liave s.d i these TWs largetj. ' 15 JIcILWi I N F & CT. ARDWARE DEALERS, Sell Blutcklcy's Original and upwards, Accoi-ding to Depth of Well. These Pumps have been in use twenty years and given entire satisfaction. PLUMMEK, LEWIS & Co. have sold over two hundred Pumps, and they have all given eoinplcte satisfaction and have pleased every purchaser. Every Pump guaranteed to give entire satisfaction and " to please. If not, the money will be promptly refunded. We sell no inferior Pumps. Call and examine certificates of purchasers. These certificates are given by gentlemen that you all know well. Tarboro, July 29th, 1872-lm. L08 m Having leased the Iron Front Store, now being erected by Mr. Wm. S. Battle, on the corner of Main and Pitt Streets directly opposite the Howard Hotel, we offer our Entire Stoek of Ready Made Clothing EDry (Roods, ESoots and Shoes, Mats, and all goods in our line atLo3 than Market Kate Call early and often and get more for your money than you will anywhere else in the State. OUK G00DS.WEL BE SOLD Regardless of Cost. People of Edgecombe and adjoining Counties take notice that this, is no hum)ugl but & Real Closing Out Sale for the purpose of buying an entire new stock this FalK Inlvjwlnllli vMain Street, ADVERTISED ExTsT Oprirrf f '.mvTir nr. A.iin8t27ili,ls-,?. Ens- A STAWEMENT SllOAnx() UXm lumber of days ilie liar, Ses.su i, from the first Mondav in m ber 1871, to the 27th day of A..: anlthe niont allowi t eari, lh-2, of the Do.nd for per .tic,.,. nUt- rr i i . i 1 lie i";jni :is lu ,vt.s.,i i j, S. Dnf.j:.ii. i i)iit., ali.-ii.lv, 42 m. eceivcu Bi 'i.i v-i(w tin II.,..,. W.H. Kiii'J.i. M'.h-ihU.i i,.,v H. P. Tfvl, :. . ikI.mI .-W .I-i.v QaJ"i' a ill -1 (XI DM 7ft .... A. McCain-. iMei.di;.! . il;' Thomas Ne omas Ke-MH, at cix'ed 1 days. H. M. Jackson, aucnded 13:davs " 7 J A wountintr in all to Three Hun- " died and Fifty Doi'.a. s. s;5) 1, t. of. Jveech, do hereby ce the above Statement is co.rec. tll.it T. i, ang.gP-M. B. J.KEi;cq. Clerk. VALUABLE PPOPERTI FOUSALE, THE UNDERSIGNED AS t tornev oare3 Tor ."le one of the i " sirble res .Vree ; "a V.- Cape F-ar KS ' crted in - e .-.. u -- .1S . od o.nkt vilb"; , Lilhnjrton, -i .uefi.v'f of New Hanovr ' ed . -' v wen ai, TWO STORY DWELLING 11' all neehharv hf'lrlinfra nitK, - rf - o . f . NF.Y EJTORE HOUSE- 'iip t'v -ocated. iiea.lv tinixhed. A Garden and Orchard; a e r ched lo tb prrn-ifP!.. 11,0 rrr,j,n inchu en 2 aces t,'. l.uit. l.i t ic cnnxi -at.' lin; us o' Ldur io.i, r id SO at.es. good irTmJ ljix' adjacent. L'alinfttou is ai Ihe ho; d of tule ..U(T n,, , smpH slre.-m, eiht miles .10.11 2:,-. j, ;nt ' Y. W. 15 It. amf 15 .viloa l,y pn:.li.. n,a, 2 V I'mmgtoii, thechi. f commercial cii v (,;, r.i, Can.lini. This isa I'nc loc.-.twi for a ohvs:o' n nr mor hunt, and ' he property wij. i,e" so'ii very lnw" SA3IL. T. WILLIAMS. AttV r 5:.'i'ei!20' N 'c, pleasure in uuiiounc1!! l.'iat 13 IS IS TIE" Genuine Cucmbcr Tuinps at Tarbqro, N. C, exif'leit odcr, hc.ic-.oip and well ini, t of', w thala .e n-irV. ir-rw, , ; oolo s'traied u a 'o-reU f.iove of , "' c. aim ur.4 , bisu 111 . 11..' Ill . 1 OUT SALE. MJWifimTriiT-irrr--niiii'ii n i n " - - -