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harsiar, - - Octcfcer 3, 1872. Inland Sea. tiat Yields not Up Its Dead. fjomo twelve or fourteen persons avo beoa drowned in Lake Tahoe ithin the past ten years; none of the ' dies have ever been recovered. Su .rstition, ever ready to weave a $en- lracnt from nature's laws, asserted -at there was a doubtful mystery in th non-recovery, of the drowned; that, i fact, a monster had its abode ia this fresh 'water soa, an that the bodies all passed into its capacious mt.w. The true explanation of this mystery never has been given. The mm-appciance of the bodies is iiif to throe causes. The first is, the jrreat purity of the water and its con fluent lack of buoyancy. Drown ing ia very easy in it for this reason, though I havo not, while ewimniing iu it, found any more than ordinary li.Dculty in sustaining mj'self. The second and main cause is due 3 t'10 great coldness cf tho water. iiVen at this, th" warmest season, the surface water iii as cold as the drinker uesircs it to be, but it is warm there .' jmparod with its temperature at the icrih of 100 or 200 i'eet. It is as :o'l there as the Sitie heat ot au lce- OCTg. Vlien a bo.lv sinks in the oi to ti.) uepth require I it is frozen X he process, ct course, pre os it, so that the gas which origi- :s Irom utcay v.i otnor ,onttd, and distension water is checked. Thv. by ly is thus kept in a state of Xtcj.',w specific gravity tl ai in the .&ter in which it is suspended, and hvioby prevented Irom rising to the 'J.'he third case lies in the great I r-'Soiire of the pure water on any thing which i Kiink to a great depth; , 1 1 1 3 - ra pressed d iwn in a week to half their size, and one cf the oldest resi dents of the lake expresses the belief that, by the time a man's body has b en suspended for a week at a depth of abcut 200 feet (it is net likely that tt ever reaches the cavernous and al most fathoinloif s bottom of the great la'-re), the corr.pr'isicri of the water b:.s reduced its size to thatcf achiWs. IX ubilcs the idea of uncofSned sils--, -vicii in such a world of water" s not a pleasart one to onteniplate; but to be pressed into a 3olid mass, and suspended in a liquid coffin of ice ';r-:uperaturo, is quiet ts pleasant aa interment and mouldering in the ground. Sunj'ranciScO Bulletin. How to Commence Business. Th'-re aro many young men who :.r in the liabit of excusing their idleness and iuolTieioney with the plea 1h.1t thoy can do nothing without capi tal. The lack of means is the ready i-L'p'y they make to every appeal tu action. They imagine that they pos sess in themselves nil the perquisite o success but capital. If .they O'jily I'.iid capital, in addition, to their oher :' r.gined virtues, they vould do freat thirds in tin world, they wouVJ as : n:lsh tlie native with :the boldnors bililianey of their enterprise. j-iiey would grow immensely rich, and then lay the world under perpetual jbii;ation3 to their gratitude by tho laauihcenco cf their benefactions. This ij tho we.y tl:ey think and talk, nii-l taey roil the -vaia glorious idea over i 1 their. minds nntil they come Imagine that the world ia an ini-li.-.uoO ioserfcy their poverty. These pereorns forget one impooriant uvct, that All-capital is the product of 1 ibor. That nearly all rich men in :h:s country were once poor, That nearly every personal fortune they cm cnumerato ia either the product cf itc owner's toil and. skill, or the ropreKtitativa of his fatber's toil and a kill. How did makers of those fortunes .1 -il i :i.IO TTJ il f re,.- 11 1 . .11 1- :ri ' Mm r u w 1 1 1 u c 1 u 1 1 itiuv b: nt the vigfr of youth in idle and i- --AW, lamentations over their pover ty, they would have lived and died tance of hones;,- behind them. Cap ital allied to laWr and skill can work jurri th 1 war of material enter : rise?, r.nd the man who posseses mo i.-y fin-'l-- it easy to make money. C.'. t il.-.! not the only indispensi- lio t you.-itr men of the right stuff ali this. There are other kinds of c.i4')i:.ii bc;-i''e3 accumulated money : - 1 lustry, dilisence, ru-h, li-loiity, skill, tact, education .11 ;! these are capital, and all of ho-- havo a cjumercial value, which ho oi'iie" -vili be ahle, sooner or later .ommr.nd in the market. Provid- i ,v itli t:u ?o, any young man in this '.v.ntry m:.y make more than ho :i K'-.-nd every Year, and thus fi"--na every vear, luivo 'mothing at the end of each ; oar to invest as money capital. If ho needs money, lot him go to wor and make it, and thus give proof of his ability toue it profitably and ju flidiously. If we go in to any great; city, or into any prosperous agricul tural district, we find the capitalists, are tho.-.e who have made their for tune without any outside aid. They did not waste their time in. repining i'j tht-ir poverty, and in silly dreams i f what they could do if they had thft z. ',ney to do it with. They went L '. lly and resolutely to, work: they toixi and thought and planned, and kevt i:I:ng and thinking and plan-Tti'-utiy, until at last they i:ni..-p'u the- fortunate moment, and i:i nmo cases out of ten they euccoed ud. Scotch Cake. 1 quart of dough risen sis for biead, 1 quart of flour vorked in, lb, of lutterx 5, eggs, 1 lb u'i suar, a little inace or tiut-: j;if g, I lb. of raisins cr currants is i'.n inipvovcmeut rise it in the pan tout it i:i to bo l.al;ed in Uo?a break f.;.t until 10 o'clo.ek. liW.icATK Case. One-half cup 'TbuUer. three cups of flour, one .:ij of sweet milk, fHten eggs well r -ii'.tfn, tvi tcaHpoans of of cream tartar, one of soda in the milk. rlDiir t tv.-i in 1 together. anil iiavor with rose. Jewish Timet rleprocatfis the i'i;'Iy !' :i':urairi(j tjinigration of i'.h t. P-ilostino, wLich, it says, ha9 no oth-.r elii "5 : 'lu that of a venera h'.o uiuuli .i.):it oi vUe past. AUVERTISMEXTS. Wells' Carbolic Tablets For rougbs, Colds and dearseness. These Tabicts present the Acid in Combina tion with o'her efficient remedies, in a p( pu lar form, for tho civ e c f all Throat and uug Diseases. Hoarseness and Ulceration f the Throat arc immediately relieved and sta moots are constantly being sent to the pro. prietor of rcl'ef in caies of Thr at difficulties of year standing. CATJ TIOJ&T-Dont be de ceived by worthless imitation. Get cul Wells" Carbolic Tablo s. Tice 25c per Box I OHN Q KELOGO, 1 Pla t st., N V iSend for CHcnlar. . Sole agents for tho U.S. 40 Crt A month easily mado with Stencil il ami Key-Check Dies. Secure Cir- cniar and Sampleb free. tlcboro.Vt. 8 Spenctb, Brat- $10 made from 50o. C&ll a d examine or 12 Samples sent (rostage free) for 5ec. that re tail quick for $10 It. Li. M OLi COTT, J61 Chatham square, NY THE BEST TAKE. For Agents. Work at home or travobing. Cash Pay Particular free. Address at once OVB FlKESlDK I'BIEllB, Chicago. Qi -j ff A day to Agents, Belling Campaign Badges, for Ladies and Gents as breast and scarf pin--, gold plated with pho totrrap lis of rresideii'l Candidates. Samples mailed free for 30 cents, Cedar St. N. Y, McKay & Co., 93 HORACE GREELEY and FAMILY- Au'legant EngraviDg, perfect likenesses, 22x28 in. sent by mail $1, also, Campaign Goodf,Bl silk Grant Badge & 1 plated 25c. Sample" latest stylo Wedding cards. Notes, Ac.25e. ADkmauest, Engraver, 1S2 Broad way, X. Y. - F11EE A prospectus of 1I10 People's Staudard Bible, 550 illustration), will bo sent free to all book Send name and a dress a;ren s to ZEIGLER A MKTRDY, 561 Arch street, l'liilad lpbio, l'a. i4TlSYCHOMAKCY.r .SOUL CHARMIe!.' X How either sex may lacraate anr4 ir.un tho lovo aud affections 0? any persr ,n they choose instantly. This simple menta l acquire ment all can posses, free, by m va, f r 2 c. together with a marriage guide, lvgyptia:i Or acle, Dreams, Iliutn to Ijadies, ic. " A Queer ev citing book. uuijew sola Address T WILLIAM A Co , publishers , Jhila. TO THE WORKING CLASS, male or fe malo, 60 a week guarf .ntecd. Respectable employment at borne ray or evo: nig; no cfiiitai required; Full irfi'tructiors and valu able package of goods c start with sent fioe by mad. Address, wi , 6 cents rtur stamp. M YOUNG & CO.,6 Conrtlandt St., Y DUTY off TEAS! EXTRA INDUCEMENTS for CLUBS SOD TO A HEW CLIB CIRCCUBU Vnikh contains full explanation of pirminoig. The Way to Obtain Our Goods! Tersous living at a istanoo from Xew York can club togother, and get them at the aiue crico as wo ell them at onr Warehi uses in New York . In order to get rip a club let each peTsou v lshins: to join gay how much Tea he wantsi and s lecttho kind and rriee from our price "list, as published in our circnlars. Write tho names kinds and amounts plainly on a lint, and when the olub is complete sea l it to us jy mial, and we will put each party's goods ia separate packages, and mars the name u'pen them, w:tli the cost, so there need le no i.oiifu-jon iu distribution eacn party getting exactly what ha orders, and no more. The fan da to psy for goods orders d ca be sent by cirafts on New Xork, Post-Ofhce money orders, or by express Or, we will, if desired, send the goods bv Expre-s, to -collect on dt liverv THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO. 31 & 33 VESEY STREET. r O box 5uii New York Citv. THOMSONS WORLD-RENOWNED PATENT 0 Xo Corset has eyer n joyed such a world wide populauiTv. Tbe demand for thrm aro eomitautbr increas ing, because THIiV GIVE Universal Satisfaction are Handsome, Dur able, Economical and A PERFECT FIT. Ask for ThoiiiRon'B Genuine fiiove Fitting' eyejy Corset bemp stamped with ttio name Thomson, and the trade-mark a Crown. Sold by ail Flrt-Clais Pcsler. It is not a physic which may give temporary relief to the sufferer for the first few dost-s, tut which, from continud use brings pi'es and kindred diseases to aid in weakening the invalid, nor is it a doctored liquor which, under the popular nani'- of "iiitters" is so extensively palmed off on the public aa sovereign reme d est bot it is a most powerful Tonic and alter ative, pronounced so by ti c leading medical authorities of London and furis. and has been long used by th regular physicians of other countries with wonderful remidiai results. M WELLS' EXTRACT 01 Jill re'ans all the medicinal ues peculiar to the plant and must b taken as a permanent curative agent. :B there waut of action in your Liver and KpleeiiV Unless relkved at once, the b'.otd becomes impure by dek tf rions secretions, producnig scrofulous or skin diseased, JMot ches, Felons, Pustule Canker, i'implep, A:c. Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purifv anl re store the vitiate d Uood to healthy a-tion. Have you a Dyspeptic btoiuach? Unless di gestion is promptly aided the sjttm is debil itated with lot-s of vital iorce, poverty ot the Mood, Dropsical Tendency, uenerl Weak-iies-i or Lassitude. Take it to asst dkreitien without reaction, it ilnparta youthful vigor to ibe weary sufferer. Have you Weakness of the Iuti.btmes? Yon are in danger, of Chronic Diarrhoea or the dreadful lnflamation of the Bo . els. Tske it to ails-y aritatiou and ward off ten dency to rfidamations. ' Have you weakness oi the Uterine or Unri- nary Organs? You must procure instant relief cryou are liable to suffering worse than death Titke it to strengthen organic weakness or I;ie becomes a burden, r ipally it should be frequently taken to kcop the ay s tem in perfect health or you are other wise in great danger of malarial, miaamatic or VOntagiotii diseases. JOHN H KELLOOO, 18 Piatt at, New York Role Agent for the United States. I'nce One Dollar per bottle. Send for Circular. SHALLER'S PATENT Parade Torch for the CAMPAIGN of 1872, is a striking novelty in the torch line. The bnrni g lliud being contained m the packing, pre vents all danger ot dripping and soiling the clotliing, and is perfectly safe in handling. lJy blowing through a tube in the handle a column of flame is thrown three feet into the air. producing abea tiful and startling effect, and i lumiuat ing a wide area. This Torch is choauer and handier than anv other, and costs to burn onlv two or three cents per -iCSnight. Manufactured and sold jaby S. al. AlivaiArv & iyij,. " Pearl Ht.eot, Kew Yosk, man ufacturers of Ship K. R. and Hand La t ores. KENMORIJ University High School, Near Amherst C. II., Ya. Offers combined advantages incomparable with those of any other School in Virginia. Special nrraDgementN may be made by which the nsuaj expenses may ho reduced nearly one-half. For pau.phlet, giving full particulars, address II, A. STRODE, Principal. 0LLEI1TE AID COMKUCIiL IYSTI STITHE, Xrw Ilaven, ionu. Prepara tory to College, Busiues.s, Scientific Schools, U "S. Military and Kavr.l Arademicg. Fall sfwt-'ioi. 4(ith vi nr. hopinti Sei.f . 1M For ft. I jogue, ad'heia.Gen. VVM. II. JJUSSLL, Plti. LUTE FlIIIIS ClSET. ADIERT1SE.UE.'TS. C. H. DOUGHTY. The well-known Boot and Shoemaker of TAR30RO. . His 8hop is the plaoe to get . lool tor, ComloTt. Lasts Fitted Up and Reserved lor Every Customer The Fashionable can have what they want in THE BEST STYLE. GOOD WORKMANSHIP AND BEAUTIFUL FITS GUARANTEED. Jnly-tf. Tarboro, N. C 11ALEIGH Female Seminary milE FIFTn SESSION WILL OPEJS Ou JULY 2tHti, IS 12. Seven experienced Teachers engaged. A neat but cheap uniform is worn by the Students. Board and English Tuition $100 per session of live months. Aptdy for Catalogue. F. IMIOBGOOD, A.M. June20-6t. Friucipal. WoTlluniloii's Family Medicine, Well-known and ostensibly used For Twenty Years, AS Worthington's Cholera and Diarrhea Medicine, THIS OLD FAMILIAR AND well established remedy, enjoys tfc.e suigulnr fortune of being euaoriof &Q(1 re eouiuiemlfd by the most eminent r.w (l;otil nit-n iu the United States and Enropo.whith eaunot be said of any similar iirepai-iniou bx-fore the public. This argument wliMie, offers evidence epiito snfticu'ut fir the spctisl attention of alL liesides beuis a specviio for Diarrliiea, Dvsen terv, Coik 'um:nt r Comiiiaict of Chidren, aiiil paiufui atV'ctious of tho bowels geut-nl'.y, it id a fine rubei'aoicnt Liniment, and has been suceesifiwiy ustxl a such in tho treatment of Rheumatism, .earatgla, Tumors Lam ago, Sciatica, &c, &c. CERTIFICATES. Olliee of Purveyor GnK-ral for State of Not th Carolina. lUnica, X. C Jane 23, 12: Pr. W.rthingtou's (,'holcra and Dknhu a Mcilicine has Ion'' enjoyed a reputation in this .State, both 111 uud out of the arm v. Kesptct fully, E. WARRDX. Offijo of Surgeon Gcnoral, C. S. A. i r.i.-iimxxD , ., Aug. 25, 1872. If Dr. Wortliii)f;t:.n can ftirmsb large qticn tities of his medicine, we wil place it the arinv a w-mtdv in Lowtl affections. S". 1 jlOOUl' Surgm General C. S. A. The following is from ouo-of te ilcserest medical neu iu Virginia: ' .V)vtumft's Cot-ntt, Ya., 1R58. Iir. R. H. Worthiugton Dear sir: I have used your uKlioiu,o in many cases of bowel disease for which yon prescribe it. and in ev ery instance it effects tae exceeded my san guine expectations. I regard it a an inpori taut addition to. the lint t fatniXy medicines. g. DC BAAil, M. D. W. F. O0I.LK3S, MUEPKBESBtOUi, N. C. Julv 15, 18, I Dr. Worthingtoii Dear Sin I conceive it to be my duty to you,, and to the public equa3y, to testify that in constant family net of your Diarrhua and: Cholera Med'cine during the last three yean, I have found it of unfail ing efficacy ; not cidy in that class of diseases for which H wa apcc-ffically designed, but also in many other of totally different charac ter. While u is of priceless va!uo in Diarrha-a, Dysentery and Cholera infantum, it i scarce ly, if at all, less, eflieior.t iu uecvoua affectiis feneraZly, and as an adjunct ia fever and ague, would also recommend it, especially as a remedy for burns. In the case of one of niv little daughters, who wa dangerously scalded quite rox-nty, it effected a speedy and magic al cv.ro. iVot even the slightest car remained Fermit in a word, gratefully to assure you that 1 consider it the very best faniiy medi cine I have ever tried. If thio brief statement can be of service to you, you axe at liberty to use it. Very respectfully, W1LL LOFTON HARGRAYE. Great Bridob, Ya., Octoler D, 18fi9. Dr. Wortkington Dcar Sir I have much pleasure in giving testimony to the efficacy of yor.r valuable medicine, it ia truly a splen did anodyne and stimulant. I have used it upon myself in an attack of Cholera Morbus, and was highly gratified with its ieult. In future I shall always have a supply in my own practice. i'.elieving von have conferred a benefit r p- ou the puolic, I remain Yours, truly CHARLES LLOYD, M. D. WADE, B01KIX & CO. .Ty.l-lm 3 N. liberty Street, Laltimore. OXFORD Female School OXFORD, N. C. MISS M. E MITCHELL, Principal. MUS. E. A. GRANT, Associate Principal. MRS. W. II. MOUKOW, Teacher ot Mnsic Tim Exercises of this Institution will be resumed on the 30th. Of July, Circnlars, with terras for Board4 Tui tion, &.c, forwarded on application. Iieferences: All friends and pupils of the late Prof. E. Mitchell of the University of North Carolina. June 13r3m. JOUJt MERS SON, Commission Merchants Receiving and Forwarding AGENTS, WASHINGTON, N. C. ' - - . i April 4th, 1867. 18-tf TQ THE PEOPLE OP EDGECOMBE. THOMAS L. BURROUGHS, GIN WEIGHT, Is prepared to build GIN yCVSES.COIXO SCREWS AND RUNNING GEAR, by contract or by the day. Cotton Gins put in good orderfor usT and repairs done on any W the aboye. work at reasonable rates. - Drafts of work accompanied with bills ot lumber drawn an,4 ma,ue ai correctly, anu very cheap. Persons desiring any woik of the above description will do well to cal. ipoa TH0S. L. BURROUGHS, nich24-tt Tartoro, N. C. TARBORO. JEW ARRIVAL OF Spring Goods AT ROBERT C. BROWNS Tarboro, ST. C. EmbracUg all the latest styles and quali ties from 6 cents, and npward per yard; I have selected a very ctaolco line of DRESS GOODS ! which surpasses anything heretofore kept, comprising Black and Colored Japanese SILKS, POPLLNS, ALPACAS, GRENE DINES, DELAINES, Lc. DoUy Vav&ens. My YYIIITE GOODS DEPARTMENT contains a full lino of Checked and Swiss MUSLINS, JACONETS. PLAIN & FIGURED NAINSOOKS, togetV-c with a complete Jine of Bleached aud Brown. Domestic, (becks, Strtpes, Drills, &c, I havo a full line of FANCY NOTIONS, LACES, & EDGINGS, of all descriptions. A large lot of CASSIMEKES, COTTON- ADES, KENTUCKY JEANS, fcc caV particular attention to ray SHOE DEPARTMENT 5 1 Containing Ladies', Gents', Boys', Misses' tnd Children's Sewed and Pegged Shoes; in Morocco, Jd, Grain, Kip and Calf. Bo sure to give me a call and you vil! find everything usruilly kept in a first-class Dry Goods Establish a? ent Apri! 4-3m KOBT. C. BROWN. The Best Periodicals of the Day. THE GliEAT English Quarterlies AND Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine B SPRINTED BY The Leonard Scott Publishing Co., 140 Filtoo Street, New York, At about one-third the price of the originals. 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Jo clubs or ten or more, m aanniyu iu u above discount, a copy gratis will b ailoweu to the getter-uo of, the cluu. PREMIUMS. New subscribers for tho year 182 inay have, without charge, the numbors tor the last quarter ot 171 o such periodicals as tbey may Hubscribe rOr. " VT instoaa OI me appryo, nev nuw;riutn) to any two, three, or four c f Vie above periodi cal, may have, ag. premium, one of the 'Four Review i for 1871; subscribers to all five may have two. of the' 'Four Reviews' for 1871. Nei&e premium a to subscribers nor dis count to ciubs can tee allowed, unless th money remitted direct to the publishers. No premium can bfe given to clubs. To secure premiums, it will be necessary to make early application, as the stoik available for that purpose is. limited. Circulars with further particulars may be had on application. ' Tie Leonard Scptt Publishing Co., 140 Fulton Street, New York. The Leonard Scott Publishing Co. AJJiO PUBLISH THE FARMER'S GUIDE To Scientific and Practical Agriculture. Ry Henry Stephens, F.R.S., Edoiiburgji and the late J. P. Atobtojj, Professor of Scientiflo Agriculture in xale Collepe, Inew-Haven. Two vols. Royal Octavo. 160Q, paes and numerous " engravings. Trice, 7; by mail. post-paid, $ 8. 1 lan j,V2m. P. C. LANB, AGENT FOR MESSRS. UARDT & BR0TUERS, Commission Merchants, Ealtimor e, Md roii " STIEFF'S PJANQ, WALSH'S TOMB STONES. THE "TAYLOR", GrIN KISH GUANO, "gQTTON" FOOD" CAItO aVAJSO . ' .'. . ; AKD A(4lJMXJHAI. LIME A Specialty. Tarboro, N. C. ; Jan. 11-tf. NEW- ADVERTISEMENTS. WONDERFUL FOR Spring and Summer Trade AT THE FAMOUS STORES OP Ml TOMMI& & MMOm We have just returned from the Northern Dry Cxoods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, & Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods. Our Stock of Ready Made Clothing for Men, Youth's and Boy's wear is large and complete, and selected with great care. All the latest styles in Business and Dress Suits which are made up in te moat artistic style, and Which we offer at the lowest figures. Boots and Shoes of all kinds, and to it all ages, which can not be surpassed in style and quality in any city. Also, a full line-of Gent's Fur uiahing Goods, the largest to be found in this place. Our selections of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES FOR CUSTOM TRADE is extensive, and we offer special idducemcnts and guarantee a perfect fit. G made up in the latest styles. . Call immediately and examine oar New Good. H. MOEEIS & BKO., Opposite R B Alsop, and at tho comer of Main ad Pitt Streets- FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER 110! ALL YE THAT ARE Thirsty, Tired & Heated Call immediately at the well-known and assuage yoor tblrst, refresh flnd cool yoaiselves with Iced Jnleps, Punches, Coblers, &c. Composed of tho PUREST LIQUORS ever brought to Tarboro. , J jiave the FIXEST PANE OP WniSKLV ever seea or U&te4 aere. ly BAR con tains otherwise a fine collection of otbe QOOD LIQUORS AND EXCELLENT CIGARS. . : o: JdY Restaurant will be open every Tuesday an.d Siturd;iy, at which will be found the best the market a (fords. A goal line of OrOoories, snch as Flour, Snjiar, Coffee, Candles, Soap, &c., always on hand. 1 tender my sincere tuauKs tuiy former patrons and the public at large for their very liberal encouragement aud promise to do my best for them hereafter. JOHN F. WARD. PROPRIETOR OF "WELCWJIE AR." "WILL.IAM MITCHELL House Carpeuter, BtUS LfiAVii iu VAL.L, I u K A t tention of the citiz-tis of Tarboro aui hdgecombe county to the fact tbat be is prepared to execute at the shortet.'. notice and on reasonable tvrms all kinds of work in bis line, lie teiors, by permission, to Opt. Eobt. C. Browu, G. II. Lipscouibc, James M. Uedmond and David Pender, Tarboro, N. C. nov 30-ly. The Old Established TARBORO. BAKERY -AND- Coafectionery. JACOB WEBER, Proprietor. MAIN STREET. This Establishment nt continuallv addini; new attr,actions, with a view to still further increasing uusiucks The People of Tarboro' and vicinity may always confidently expect to find hero" every kind of PUJIE FRESH CAKES. THE YERY JBEST . PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDIES. A varied assortment of Ripe Fruits, Daily received. In fact evorvtbinff kept in a First Class House of the kind will befoun hero. Spocial attention will be given the Orders of Privgte Families VOB which will be bajed on the shortest notice ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanks are returned the public for pa;..t patronage, 'and promise given of future promptness and reliability. JACOB WEBER. 49-t Opposite OUt'Gregory Hotel Chamberlain & Rawls3 V T ARB ORQ, N.' C.A Practical Watchmakers AND ' ' ' DEAiESS IN PIN E j E WiE L Ii Y, i Sterling Silver anT Plated Ware, "WEDDING RINGS, &c. Jan. 18-tf. ATTRACTIONS THE Markets n?Uh all the Latest NoTelties in Garment Kansas Pacific Railway. This favorite line extends frora Kansas City and Learettwoitb tbroaglt the fertile State of Kansas to Denver in Colorado, (39 miles. Rare opportunities are offered to the public for homes In a section ol coniitiy unsurpassed Jur productiveness and healthfulness. The btate Cap'.tol, State University, and State Afrricaitural College are located along its line, and the general educatlotal facilities are nneoual ed. The reputation of Kansas is unsur passed aa an agricultural State. Sy re feri'lnf; to the TJuited States agricultural reports, it will be seen that Kansas lias a greater average yield to the acre of the cereals than any other State; and at the great fruit fairs held iu Philadelphia, Rich mond, llositou and Albany, Kansas took the first premium for the finest display of runs, tor me- pjeasur oi travelers or invalids, a varied and charming landscape is presented; and the delightful air of Colorado, and the celebrated warm and ho,t springs near Denver, give renewed life to the sick. To those contemplating going west, we would advise, t&sjn, fa 4Ptct the country aloaiji tis.toafi . Boot & Shoemaker 0. C. DOGGETT, Tarboro. N. C. Wlio is prepared to make all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES in the verv best style and workmanship. Tho very tiuct FKE1CB CALF SK1S lD 0, M)LE LEAT1IER only used for fine iobs. I guarantee a perfect fit in every instance or no sale. I hare eeea 'doiriir business "in Tar- bom for the past throe vi ars, and, aliluMb obtaining a iiurgo share or public patronage, J havo never yet had one of my customers to compiaui oi a iai nt. l Keep on Hand lor nai Hemlock Sole Leather and Russett Kip Skin,, and anything else in my line I have recently moved my, shop to t ho store next door to SR. K. C. BKQVTI'S, w here will be jJensed to see all my old patrons, and; th? p.u,bli'c in general. A ew ock of line French Calf kins and Morocco j"st received. Look at the best fitting Boots and Shoes orn by the oH aud venng men ol Tarboro) Who made them? Why, Bobodv elee bnt e; C. D0GGETT. who respeotfnlly invites tiie publio in general t? rivc him a trial. The latest and mo-1 faah LonaUe L&itU constantly on hand. p lVtf R, A, SIZER, AND Provisioft Dealer MAIN STREETt TARBORO, N. O. ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO duce taken in exchange, such as Raw Hides, lfurs, &c. ' June 20 tjt. W BEEE AND RHINE WINE The Favorite Resort. tnilE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE- J cently opened an Eslablisbment of the above order, in which be offers supe rior attractions to pleasure lovers, of Town and County. ' ins LAGER BEER c the finest and best ever brought to Tarboro HIS " '- RHINE WINE Is pronounced incoruparablo,. HIS C I G A US tannot be rivalled. 'It HlS , - l . . BAGATELLE TABLE Affords innocent, yet exciting amusemontaaJ ' r - - - HIS '' VI General Management Is of the best and most desirable character. He respectfully invitea the Tublio to his House, feebng confident' of being able to make each and every visitor pass a pleasant hour or two. ' ' -' '- Stand Ojr'tbe corner near the old Gregory Hotel. ED ZOELLER. March 24-tf. TARBORO. TI6MS,TS. F. GDENHEIMER HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS ILivery Stables, a Large drove of very fine iSand also ft well selected assortment of to be sold for cash or exchange. Our friends and also the public are respect fully invited to call and examine them at the SUblesof F.ODENHEIMER, Tarboro, 3T. C. Slay II. 23-tf D. IV. HURTT, Merchant Tailor, NEXT DOOR TO EXPRESS OF TARBORO, X. . PETERSBURGII. Fall and-Winter 1871. JAMES, WRIGHT & CO., WIOSALf , ANP KrA PLACERS IN ST A9X.S & FASOT DRY SOODS SMALL VYARES Af0 mW8 KEAJi QUARTERS FOR Dress Gotf$, Sbairls, Blankets, Carpetiog and other House keeping Goods. No. 113 Sycamore Street, Petersburg Sept.- 7. ESTABLISHED 1830. .OBT. A. MARTIN'. ROBT. R' HI LI Q$T. A. MARTIX & CO., GROCERS AlyO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 2 Iron Front, Pclorsbni'g, Va. FAITHFUL PERSONAL AT tention f,'veu to the sale of Cotton, To bacco, Wheat, l.'orn, Ac. t Orders Ulldfor Qok1s at reason.ildo prices, for, CjvCu or sloflj time tores usiblu, punctual civwitiS. , Jit1 ESTABLISHED w. Ik. HOTLWATRE, rUAXK POTTS. a. a. B&rrtoKSS, KDWABS OBAEAM. McILWAINE & OU - WnOLESA-lE GROCERS Coiuiuission Merchants, LIBERAL-CASH ADYANE8 C MADE ON aH 'KMisignmeuts of Cotton, oct 13-tf CHAS. 14, "WALSH, 118 and 120 Sycamore Street, ETERSRTJRG, YA- MANTFACTyRER O- IORuas.eAi aui Grave Sos . . - - ' 4. . Of Every Description. MANTLES, &C. C. C. L1IIEK, I gent. scp 7-ly MRS. A. B.JONES, SPRI3TG AUTO SUMMER TO MY LADY CUSTOMERS OF VIRGINIA, NORTH AND SOUTII CAROLINA; V ' Your trade witk nt ia ifMmBino T aboil An .11 I etm. to please by the best and latest styles of CpBsiating pf. BONNETS, HATS;1 ' -.. RIBRONS, SILKS,' " LACES, ETC., ETC., WITITE & COLORED CREEPES, iUHaiMCH LOWE IIS, C, l STRAW TRIMMINGS. I - STRAW GOODS. ailof latest importation. . DRESS MAYING in .11 iim KmmaIkac .X -1 i i " " vlwwuvo, vavu.ou it Hu(r& nonce. And will here ask my ladv friends, that for Wedding and Party eccasioHH, to give me a reasonable time to make the outfit. In filling orders. J, will exprcts them lo the nearest point; and- it requestedf ViH famish e Goods, 2rimfiaings; ete., etc. Fresh Millinery every few dav during Sprinjr and 8tirnmer. ' Cwtmcts, Wreaths, etc., furnished at short notice. Orders solicited. . . .w , i M rs. A! B. JONES, 21 "Syc aore st., Opposite iron, Froni ajS.'Xtfc- , ' ?eter6bnrg, Va. THIS VJTDimglfjlNED OffERS FOR BEM um ,'. .. . ; - next door to his residence on Pitt Street. II is one of the rnost desirable local ions lor a Professional Man in Vbwn. Applv to June 13-tr. In. A II. JlACNA JB. MlSCElAASEOlCg."" J. E. SDDIOXs, CABINETMAKER aVm Ki JL AXV A i.iiH.H, At the old sUnd of White A Smm . Pitt street, four doors from Main "a TARBORO, N. c. Repairing of Furniture of eve ry Description doQ9uh Boto, nd disnatsu. Special attention paid" to USTDERTaCTj; BU9tNESSinaliiUbrauh,. & Mahogany, Wtlnnt, Poplar pine Always hanat the Lowest Cash Trie J. E-SIMMONS, Tarburo.. Oct. lG-Gni. ' rciimirg powerful invitroratiiijf These- Bitten are positively invaluaUo ia Ihey purify the syatem, aaiUl cura ficmittent and Iatcraittent iemuj. aaA are a preventav of CaOls and Ttret AU yield to their powerXul efficacy. th Tasted frame, and eorrect all i , "ytP save, daya of snffering to the rick, and 4 The grand Panacea for all the ilk of life. lit SMarJ L"S BHIAIT fin Young or Old, MarricoV!S, ( Einglo, these Bitters are ua-V; Vjr equalled and hare often Deea IhtJ means of navinff life. n AU0 n , - , 'ii THE BALTIMORE GAZETTE A LEADISU DEMOCRATIC, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY JOURNAL captains striking EJitowuI Com- meutsf a, variety of Miscoliancout mattef ; Special Telegrams, aud all tLo Foreign and Domestto News received j he A,8apoiate4 Nress ; and having Urge an3 dajiy ln,9rcasinj circula tion, U ooa. of th.e $a, hM mo d9m uji C9VMFJ- Tntu of taa Sa, In adranoo. ycr tannia, U - it 6 woi lH M 5U, 'Weekly per annum, l m, t - a - u ' $ month, 1 IKj, Bpeefmen eopy sent gratis on application. Address WELSH. TAILOR & CO,, 10C West Baltimore Ptr .nt, , Baltimore, JW. ;i.M.SPRAGIN''3 CIGARS, TfBiCCO. PIES, 4c, oy and fancy 'articles. Feb '8.12 m. ARBOK0. C. N. WALKED, of W. C, . i WITH THE, fflll W U ; IMPORTEUS OF siei-yy Kotlons, White Gooih Linens, Embroideries, &e No. 429 Market St. & 418 Commerce St, Philadelphia, Pa. ug24,1871. ' 3S-ly THE PARKE RCUN. SIHD STAMP FOR CIRCULAR PARKER BRtfS .WEST MER1DEWCT. plummek,:lewis & Agents. John W. Win CABINET MAKER, PITT STREET, Near Od.-idieinier"s Livfry(S,;-,. , C All orders in bis line pvouipt':-