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The Tarboro' Southerner.
October 3, 1372. Thursday, Y. ILLIAM BIGGS, Editor TARBOKO', NOKTn CAROLINA. FOR rRESlDEXT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. I'OIl V1CE-PRES1DEXT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Electors for President and Vice President- Frst District Octavius Coke, of di . . Second District Swift Galloway, of Tair-lDisirict T. C. Fuller, of Cum- 1 l...wl Fourth District n. A. London, Jr., Sixth District W. L. Steele, of Kichuiond. . Seventh District F. B- McDowel, ol Iredell. T . Kibth District Thomas h. John etc:;, of Duucombe. - The Apathy Abroad- It is hardly to be expected that our people in the county should at once enter upon the duties of the campaign with the effort and enthusiasm that marked the.n in August last. The lull after the storm has neces sarily fOilowed, but it does not also necessarily follow that thU natural indifference and supinencss after a hard-fought and unsuccessful battle, should be permitted to continue any longer. It is high time that our people wore arou.cing themselves. The can vass in the county has been regularly opened and the enemy are enthusias tic and defiant. What weapons are we opposing to their wealth, their energy and com pact organization? As yt; but few steps have been ta ken to perfect our own organization uu J bring out that power in our ranks to plainly shown in the late election. Where are our Greeley Clubs to oppose their 6ecret Leagues? Where i-" our money ofiered to slightly offsctt th largo donations liberally contribu ted from Stafe and Federal coffers? Where are our speakers found ar rayed to expose the machinations and falsehoods of their unscrupulous lead' trs? We fear there has yet been display ed ou our side but a email portion of this opposing element to radicalism. Let it not be so any longer, "better 1 te than never," and let it not be said ever again abroad that Edgecombe failed of her duty iu an important crisis. Greeley and His Speeches. It is confidently stated by our friends that the speeches of Mr. Gteelej are everywhere in the most admirable trtste and are creating a powerful in flaeroe. Especially is this said of his speech at Pittsburg. Acd now Senator Carl Shurz has also E.r,dfj a telling campaign speech in the same city. He met with an en thusiast reception, especially among the Germans. At least ten thousand persons afsn.bled to hear him, and Li? greeting was such that it was some v.iDUtes before his voice could be heard This German element in thu West, so I rgely represented at Pittsburg, and fclsfrhcre at Liberal-Republican mass - jetirgg, and led by men of the abili ty of Carl Schurz, Hassaurek, of v. i'-; F .erner, of Illinois; and others, is goin to give trouble to the parU i Tis of General Grant. No peaple fir -. more firmly united. As the lead ers go the masses will go, and the lead ers ba.e pronounced and are working . Greeley and Brown. Tha Norfolk Fair. We have several times had the pieasme of calling, through the .Southerner, the attention of our -people of this section to the Virginia and North Carolina Fair, which will be ';r'd in the city of Norfolk on tbe22ud '- " '.!, 2-1 .h and 25th of this month. a the other hand we have not fj :Ld to do everything in our power c iring notice to the North Carolina F'irs r.rA prominently present to the olic all the respective merits and :vantriges of each. But ubov3 all, Norfolk seems to prpce-s within herself superior advan- g- to all. Besides the real merits f tl . Agricultural exhibition within U i'L mediate sphere, which, we are ensured, will be of the highest order tr.r; sre other extraneous attractions hot prt cnted at other fairs. Te fiue harbor offers unequaled in-1 iTuornts in the way of boating 1i: ."..;; and baihinp-, while the many "u- - of sfcatnns afford ample facilities f . il to vi,w the mighty oceau and ti--c u Ci j in its briny waves. N.rtV,is has well been called a North Carol na city and renlly, jmlgin from V? lr.rre r.miiHr of the principal u en . unvoting her tradc.it would teem to f. ih !He. '4 hu e is uct a profession that is not prominently, actively and honora bly represented by natives of the "Old North State," who, though removed from her border still cherish, the warmest feelings of love nd respect for their old mother, and whoe doors on the occasion of th Fair will bo thrown open widely aad hospitably to weecome their friends, relatives and acquaintances. We are informed upon the best au thority that the most extensive ar rangements are being made to receive and entertain the numerous assemblage expected, and we can assure all that their visit to the Norfolk Fair will be attended and followed by many feelings of pleasure, entertainment, amusement and instruction. r ' Nip It in tha Bud. Certain interested individuals are seriously, (let us hope oolj in their own imagination) agitating the ques tion of forming a new county out" of portions of Edgecombe, Martin and Halifax. Palmyra is said to be the county seat. We are heartily sick and tired of this eternal cry for the formation of New Counties. A few interested and designing men will most assuredly be found at the bottom ot every such scheme with an utter disregard of the wishes and interests of the publio at large. We dare say there will not be less than twenty such applications before the coming Legislature, all of which we trust will be summarily nipped iu the bud. Owing to the illness of the Editor the matter for that department h&s been very much abreviated. ANOTirta Delay. Delays of eve ry description have been justly pro nounced vexati ous and disagreeable to tha highest degre. New? paperdom, though less subject to such annoyances is yet, by no means freo entirely from them. On account of the sickness of our Foreman and tho st ff neckedness cf one of the office, the paper has been delayed oue dny iu its issue. As God is the only person or thing regarded as perfect, it will not be con sidered unreasonable that the South e;i.Ni: should fail sometimes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Phiu Ginn & o. Are now receiving a targe and varied stock: of IDress ood Shawls, Roman Scarfs, Irish Poplins, Felt Skirts, Silk Poplins, Lap Robes, Opera Flannels, Elegant Plack Silks, Hamburg Trimmings. Embroidered and Lace Sets And a large assortment of LAGIE'S ill E1IIWS MS. Also an endless variety of LJDIE'S BOOTS A3TD CHILDRESS Silver-Tipped SHOES. You are respectfully invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Oct. 3-3m. EDWAED C. YELL0WLEY1 In Superior Court, Pitt Con nty, Spring Term, 1872. and WILLIAM GRIMES, vs. JAMES D. DOUGHTY, and TAMES NELSON, UPON MOTION OF PLAINTIFFS, tbis cause having brought forward oil the Docket at this Term, and it sufficiently appearing to the Court, that at a sale of the lands, mentioned in the pleadings, made bv a Commissioner of the Court, and that James S. Clark became the purchaser and complied with the terms of the salo, and that, the report of the Commissioners of the Sale was duly confirmed; and it further ap pears that he said James S. Clark has died and that the purchase money of said lands nor any part thereof has been paid, and that William E. Clark, one of the heirs of the said James 8. Clark, deceased, is a non resident of this State, it is ordered that pub lication be made in the Tarboro "Souther ner," a Newspaper published at Tarboro, N. C, for six successive weeks, summoning the said William E. Clark to appear before the Judge of the Superior Court of Pitt County, at the Court to be held at Green ville, on the 8th Monday after the 3rd Mon day in September, 1872, to show cause, and answer why the decree confirming the sale aforesaid, should not be set aside and a new sale ordered, and why other and further orders may not be decreed in the case. Given under my hand and seal this, Sep tember 30ih, 1872. W. L. CHERRY, Clerk. A. 11. MANSFIELD, D. C. Oct. 3-Ct COAL! COAL! GRATE, STOVE and CHESTNUT, BLACKSMITHS and FOUNDRY COAL, of very best quality. Every Load weighed and Screened JbVee jrom Dirt when deliver ed. Orders p lumpily rilled at the lowest current prices. Lay iu lour Supplies Before Cold n eatLer. 0. 0. PARSLEY & Co., Oa. 3-2m, WIMINGTO , C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 23 Jk. "N XSL OP New Hanover ' WILMINGTON, N. 0. GAP1TAL, 2 200'000 ISAAC B. GRANGER, - President. CI1AS. M. STEDMAN, Vice-President. S. D. WALLACE, - " - " Cashier. BRAKOH TARBORO, N. 0., 4 MATTHEW WEDDELL, PRESIDENT. JAS. D. CUMMINOS, CASHIER. Will be ready for the transaction of busi ness, October 15(h, 1872. Deposit acc nuts respectfully solicited from Merchant!, Farmers, Mechanics and others subject to check at sight. Buys and sells exchange. Makes collections in all parts of the United States. Oct. 3-lm. BUSINESS "BUSINESS KING A CLARK, Especially invite their friends and patrons and the public generally to call on them in their new quarters, on corner of COURT HOUSE SQUARE, and examine their Fall and Winter STOCK OF NEW GOODS, Embracing everything usually kept In a FIRST-CLASS RetailStore. We have no Sp'l'ts, no Side Show, but guarantee prices to give satisfaction. Call and See. KIXG & CLARK, sept. 20-tr. T.4BB0R0. 0. C. FA111E UAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK, and is now receiving his New Goods, having purchased a Large and Varied Stock especially suited to this market. Attention is specially called to hia very large stock of Geut's and Boy' CLOTHING Overcoats and Talmas, John SI. navies' Shirts and Drawers, and Gcu'ts Cnderwear. Miles' Shoes & Gaiters and Hand made Work for Ladies & Gent's A Large Lot of Tobacco and Snuff on hand, and merchants can make it to their interest to purchase their Tobacco and Suull from him at wholesale piiets. 150 lixs T015ACCO, different brands 20 libls SNUFF. 300 Bdls TIES. 100 Rolls BAGGING. 200 Bbls PORK. NOW IN STORE. Highest Market Price Paid for C O T T O 1ST. Call and Examine for yourselves. O. C. FARRAR, eept. 2C-6m. Tarboro. OUR HOUSE. :o: riOME TO OUR IIOUSK IF YOU want a sup nor article. The verv beat brands of liquors always ou hand. Including WHISKEY. BRANDY, WINES, GINS. RUMS. A Good (Low Priced) Whiskey always on hand. O "ST 23 "jL1 33 JEL J3. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. POTTED TURKEY AND HAM FOR LIMHE0S. DOEPP & JONES' SODA WATER. Bottled Ale k Povtev. LAGER BEER Of a Superior Quality on Draught Thanking my customers for pa6t pat ronage I will guaraotee that I will always have the above articles of the very best Quality at OUll HOUSE." J. L. COKER, Sept. 1 Gm. TARBORO O. H. SUSSEX! B. WABUKS RC8SELL, 0. H. Russell fc Co. SEA LESS Hi Boots & Shoes. CALF SKINS, Sole IjeevtJaer AND SHOE FINDINGS GENERALLY. MAIN STREET, TARBORO, N. C. BlO-Cra. Next door to the Enquirer. Go to STERN & GOODMAN'S and ex amine their fine Stock of New Goods, the best evtr brought to Tarboro. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '" Are now receiving their large and cp'mplete OOiiO FOR FALL & JWINTH :TEABE , . Consistimr 100 Cooking and Heating Stoves. iuu genuine iucumucr rump , 200 Bans Shot. 200 Setts Cart, Wagon:& uggMaterial 200 " Axles all 100 Dozren Axes. 150 Guns Double and Single. 5,000 lbs. Tire, Round, Oval, Square and tweeds Iron. Besides And Irons, Shovels and Tongs, Horse Shoes, Pots, Spiders, Ovens, Tin Ware, Grub Hoes, Cotton Rope, Back Bands nnd Bifckles, Belting of every size, and all waranted. Carpenter's Tools and Building Material, Curry Combs, Trace Chains, Nails, &c., &c., in fact everything in the Hardware line. All ot which we will sell lower than they can be bought in this market. We guarantee to duplicate Northern prices. Call at die laidwsre store. Opposite Court House, 0ct.3-lm. TARBORO, N. C. FOR 'ALL and Weare now receiving a Largo Stock res: SUCU AS Poplins, Empress Cloths, Meriyoes, Tamise Cloth and OL'R STOCK OF Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's is the largest and best ever brought to this market and cannot be surpassed in Quality or Style. BOOTS &. SHOES we have in endless varieties. 0E3C A. TS of the Latest Styles and Shapes. Wc are offering great Bargains in Domestics, Blankets, Laprttobes; Over coats, Cloaks ami Shawls: "We solicit an car'.v call for inspection . 1 termined to satisfy ourtustomers ana L. HEILBKOSEE & BROTHER Land for Sale TITE TJXDETtSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale his entire Tract of Land, lying in Edgecombe county, on Tar River and Swift Creek, six miles lrom the Town of Tarboro, and ooutaiuing, by estimation, 800 of which is cleared. This land is well ndajwled to the growth of Cotton and Cro, and is susceptible of high improvement having Marl Id iUunUancr, and easy of access. The settl nients on the farm are so arranged as to admit, if desired, a division of the plantation into 3 Equal Farms of about 500 Acres. It alpo surrounds the "Cross Hoads" at Logsboyo, which is considered the best stand for a COUNTRY STORE in the county. There is also upon this land a VALUABLE MILL. wHh THREE RUNNERS, in running order and good custom, with water power of fiugk'R-nt capacity to run two such Mills in the dryest seasons This Plantation offers a rare opportunity to any one wishing to invest in Edgecombe lands, being in a fine suU of cultivation and situated in a good neighborhood. Those thinking of purchasing may refer to D. W. Bniloefc or James H. Britt. For further particulars, address JOHN J. GARRETT, Sept 12-tf. TARBORO. WILSO N COLLEGIATE FOB YOU5Q I,AIIi:S THE TWELFTH SESSION WILL commence Wedxesdat, October 2nd. Tuition per Session, of 20 weeks, payable in advance, for literary departments, $ 18, $22 50 and $27. Music, Vocal or Instru mental $20, use of Instrument, $5, Draw ing $14. Painting $20. Languages each $8. Board snd Washing $80. After middle cf session, 12 per cent ad ded to unpaid charges. For any desired information, address . .. J. DeB. HOOPER, Bept.26-3o Wilson, Hi C. f Hardware THE in iwt of f I f warrantee. WIN of Goods comprising a full line of of ;the above Goods, and we ro de iL V r. J.. idc ptiuiit m guwi.. FALX. 1S72. L. A. MARBURY, IMPORTER OF - Earthenware & China, And dealer in every description of GLASSWARE, LAMPS, LOOKING GLASSES, PLATED FORKS, SPOONS and CASTORS. Stone-Ware, Are., &c. Is now in receipt of his Fall Stock.'which is large and complete, and to which he in vites tho attention of Country Merchants, guaranteeing to sell as low as any regular jobbing house North. L. A. MARBURY, 97 Sycamore Street, 8. 19-lm Petersburg, Va. A Cotton Farm for Sale AGOQ COTTON FARM IN NASH County, 10 miles West of tho V. and W. Railroad, with pood Dwelling, t ;in Houso and other improvements, coutaiuinp; 60G acres, 3U0 cleared, with 100 acres of hrst rate low grounds, is offered, for sale ou ref.aoubla terms. Location healthy, with a splendid spring ol water. Esquire of L. M. CONYERS, Sept. 19-4t. ' Battlebcro, N. C. STEAMER COTTON PLAST THE STEAMER COTTON PLANT,: having been thoroughly repaired and supplied with all the Bxtures required the Y( regulating Steamers, has RESUMED HER REGULAR TRIPS ox TAR RIVER. ; She is commanded by " CAPT. GEORGE W. HOWARD,' Her old commander. JOHN SITERS SONS, ' Sept. 19-5m. Washington, N. C?; Groocls, TFTOO. jciJUi-.'ur Y A VIRGINIA LADY OF experience a situation as Teacher in a Private Family or Seminary.' J Qualifications Engliah, Latin, French and Music. References given. Address, L. A. C, box 205, JL'etersburg, Va, aug. 22-lm. . SITUATION WANTED. :o: A GRADUATE OF CHOWAN Baptint Institute, dosires a Situation as Jcachct in a Sohool or Private Fannlflr. The applicant has had several years experience, and is thoroughly competent o teach the usual English Branches including Latin, Music and Wax Work. Can bring good tessti iuonials from her fur tutu: jjatr-op AdJteSS, Sept 5-4t. ' ' t v JJfurfrtesborr, N. 0.; : , TO MY DEBTORS. NOTICE IS HERETBYetVETf TO ALL those indebted to me that their ac counts must bo settled between now and the 1st of January, 1873, as I have determ ined to settle np all"t)ut8tiidiflR indebted tiess by thai time. f cannot afford to per mit 'accounts to run for A longer period, i 3. L. COKEli. Proprietor, sept 12-tf. "OUR HOUSE." IUEP.EBY GrVE NOTICE TO ALL Dersous that they are forbidden, day or niht, hunting on my land with guns or dog. If detected they will be dealt witn ac cor ling fta tho law directs. LEWIS SAVAGE. Sept 10th-4t. in'5 rL !.. ... T.. ed on favorable terms. 91. WEDDELL, A?eat. Sept. 19-tf. TARBORO, N. C. i A Warnmg. I HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSONS hunting w'th dog or gur. on Irty planta tion. Those that hunt 'Oatlt ,ill Va dealt with according tn law l JAZ.J A MRS. JANE F. SAVAGE. Sept. 19-lt ESTABLISHED 1851. KADER BICGi & Cb7," KADEB IOOf . ASA BIQGS. COTTON FACTORS AND " General Commission Merchants, NORFOLK, VIEGIXIA. SPECIAL AND FAITHFUL AT- tcntioa to sales of Cotton rxl all other kinds of Produce-, and proropl return nado. Our loni exiKrinnee in Iwrsmoss rives n sup-rior advantajres ta mating sales at the- lunest market pr.ecs. ACotton Forwarded to Liverpool free ef commissions. - Liberal advances made- on produce in hand. Sept. 5-tf. Situation Wanted BY A GRADUATE OF WESLEY AX Fema'e ('oiler at Mnr.rreesboro. in n School or Private Family, : Applicant is.' prepared to touch the usual branches and music. Salary not so much on object, as a comfortable and p!easant sifnatio". Address a. l: w. Seit. 5-4t Murfreesboro, iN". C. ARE Y0D GOING TO PAINT. THE Averill Chemical Paint Lus proved itself to be the Ilaiidsomest and Most Durable Exterior Paint Knouo. Sample card of beautifnl colors and re. commendations .from .-owners' of the finest residences in the country luniished jreo by all deiiers ard by Averill Chemical faint Co. Z'i Burling Slip, 'ew York, a Or Cleveland, Ohio. !Tfnfii lite It in medicine. A Inxnry to tho palate, a painless evacnant, a pcntle stimulant to the circulation, a prespiratory preparation, an aut-bilious mecRcine, a stom aHuc, a diuretie and an admirable general al terativo. Such are the acknowledged and daily proven properties of Tabrants' Efteb VtSCEXT SlXTZTKir Aferiejtt. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Agents wanted for oJr Campaign cods. gej at Sight. Tay 100 per cent profit. Now is the time. Send at once for Descriptive Cir culars and Price Lists of onr Fine Steel En gravings of all the, Candidates, Campaign Biographys, Chaits, Phot graphs. Badges, Pins, Titles, and everything suited to the times. Ten Dollars per dav easily made. Full sampk s sent for tS. 4ddrcss Mooue & uoodsi'edd, 37 i'ark low, Jiew iork. , WITH FOSTER'S PATENT, : KLD GLOVE PRESERVER You can keep your kid glares from illdew- mg, spotting or soiling at all seasons and in all climates. Convenient. licitiU an will last your lifetime. Free to any address for lo cents. Address A. Di FOSTER, Sayville, Suffolk Co., N. . i ' ' .' I 1 ; r- C! TAMMERING. Dr. White. 102 East O 2(5th SL, New York. Best references from clergymen nd otliers. No pay until cured. Send for circular. CAAA AGENTS WANTED. Samples 0JJJ sent free by mail, with terms to clear from $5 to f 10 per day. Two entirely n. y articles, saleable as flour. Address 1 . H. WHITE ark.'i. . , ' AGENTS WANTED Agents make more moucv at work for. us than ai anything else. Bnsiness light and per manent, Particulars free, . Q. Rtinson C, Fine Art Puolishers, Portland, Me. Store for Rent "SOUTHERNER" OFFICE OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. Desirable Tocaon apd at very low rates. apt. 26-tf 1 1 I, J VTARgORO. v ,. Apply at .-. PLCIISIER. LETTIS & fO'S B NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Tartooro FEMALE ACADEMY. -:o:- gClIOOL ElEUCISES WILL BE RESUMED SEPTEMBER, 23rd. Tkrmr: Board, inclnrlinor Til iMrin nPr Session 0f Twenty Weeks, $85 00. Tuition for Day Pupils from $16 00 to $22 00. Br : - . music ana languages extra. Charees made from time of entrant and no deduction for absence lor a shoiter :pace ot time than one month. M.F.PENDER, Principal. Aug. 29-1 ib-' ; t : .' Tarboro. New Jewelry Store. THEfSDBSGRIBER HAS Efl. rflUIAnUv InA.to in ..V 1 - S'r1! Per?al ate,MP1!.tne.epairfa1g it Fine WatjtOlQcks and Ilaving 16 ybars practical experience in the business ho guarantees good and efficient work at moderate prices, and would respect- U?- . ' share ' the Public patronage. V ill keep constantly on hand a fine selec tion of Watches, docks. Jewelry, Soh'd Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles, dec. At prices low as can be- . and every article - -arnished anywhere, vponaforf'' guaranteed as represented .uure double the price paid for it See Sign of (he Big Watch. ?sltodor.,to thQ Gregory Hottl od posite B. B. Alsop's Store. ' ifcCBpt-ciruny, JAMES H. BELL. Refer to Cant. Wm tt , . Gcnl. W. G. L4wis; Wn). Bagley-'j B CnT field, and C. C. Lanier. J' B- Cof" marct7-tf Tarboro. N. C. The DUNN COTTON TIE. m K BEST AND SIMPLEST. Universal Favorite milE DIFFEUEXCE BETWEEN RIVAL PATENTEES BEIr - happily adjusted, we have much pleasure in announcing that "THE DUNN TIE" again on the market. i . Wo hae 3,000 bundles m store and 7,000 bandies 8ftw. wWri ws nffer fr trade and Planters of Virginia and North Carolina. 10 . We also have for sale as laaasraetuTers' Agents, tk. celebrated: "ARROWT AXD We refer to Messrs. D. D. TEEL these Ties largely. ag u Zza: : :ardware bealeeb, Sell Bl at cblcy's Original According to Depth of Well. These Pumps have been in use twenty years and given entire satisfaction. - PLUMMER, LEWIS & Co. have sold ! over: two hundred Pumps, and they. have. all. given comDlete satisfaction and have pleased every purchaser. . . Every.Pump guaranteed to give entire satisfaeiira and to ; please.. M If , not, the money trill r be4 promptly refunded.1 We sell no inferior Pumps. ' Lail and examine certihcates of purchasers. These certificates are given by gentlemen that you all know well. Tarboro, July 29th, 1872-lm. 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 Stock of Ready Made Clothings UPry (Roods, QBoots and Shoes. and all goods in our lino atLess than Market Hate Call early and often and get more for your money than you win any wnero eiso m 0ffiG()0DS: WILL-BE' SOLD egardless of Cost. .'it? . P.eople ,of; JEdgecombe and notice that this la no huinbug, but a .. i- JReal plosinsr Out Sale for the purpose of buying fin 'nn?nnfrt?n InJ-WtfullU ILIU Main Street, AUTER TISEMESTsr ' Angi.8t27th. 187S K"i A STATEMENT SOOWiVf J .number of days the Board JUE r, - . - . lue Board - Session, from f -.. nr... j. .,u as in ber. 1871. to the 27th day of u " J and the amount allowed t0 earl , 18'2, of the Board for per oiem. member The Board was i Session 42 day, tr 8. Dupgsn, hin., attended 42 J.' Vrn received eitibfy-foilr dollars. Aa",l W.'H. Knight, at tended 5 days ,,4 00 II. D. r. cl, attendpd 30 days ' ' ,K A. McCabe, attended 35 days! Thomas Newton, attended 41 day,, $ J. II. M. Jackson, attended 13 daj, 26 Amounting in all to Three Hun- dred and Fifty Dollars. t if a J.- Keech, do hereby certify ,1 the above Statement is correct 1 Tost, ang. 29-4t. B. J. KEKCILnig VALUABLE PROPERTfToJjJ milE TJNDERS1G NED AS at -t- torncy offers for salo one of the . auble residences in the Cape Fear sort 9 cated in the handsome and qniet vili ' lr" Islington, in the connty of New Han The Improvements consist of a weiuV ' TWO STORY DWELLING, In excellent order, handsomo, nd .n. -ed. with , large number ofr,ni ,ueT, below, situated in a lorelv KroTe of ,-1 h J pie and oak; also KITCHEN, OUTHm'x and all necessary buildiai's with a 13 , rJxW STORE HOTT-c duurably located, uwirlr finiHl 0 Ji at uaraen-aad Orchard are attached to tbe premised. tj, includes a acres ot lnd in the cor00r,7rT-rt-T its LillmBon, and 30 aere. S f tc Um land adjacent. Rt,U(1 ta'Wi.? LiiliiiKton is at the bead ot tide water small stream, eightniiles from IUh kP " W W. R. It. ancf 16 miles bTpnWioa,1 WiliBinRton, the chi. t .ommcrWl city of v' Carolina. U1:5 This isa flno location for a Dhvaipian shant, and the property will vm? oajjl,. r. WILUAM5, Att'j Battleboro, c Je20-tf "ASCUOr . TIES! and O. C. FARRAR, Tarboro, who tare .MJ J McILWAINE fe CO. Genainc 'Cticmlicr Pumps at and upwan"i 3 ; Si tne cjtate. l! AiVi i adjoining Counties take an' entire new' stock; this Fall fifni ill . t ' . - . i 1 . Tarboro, N. C.:o