Tbf Tarboro' Southerner.
'Thursday, - - January 16, 1S73.
vt mrs. r. c. Doim.
Two rodii before nit lb
And 1 am left alone to choos my track;
One seems so bright nd lair
One fnl of toil and care;
If I could only know which way to try
For I must onward, new turning back.
God knows the end of each;
And be alone em help me hear the cross;
Bnt it would be o sweet,,
( To walk away complete,
And gather roses, blooming in my reach.
If I were sure of gain Instead of loss.
Not earth-born gain or power;
Uut gam that feeds the mind, renew the
Floating as melody, jioul,
All sweet and dreamily
ThroiighoHt our being, charming every
That leads us nearer the celestial goal.
To loiter and to wait.
Is rot fir us who see the work to &rrt
Yet conld I choose ray place, ,
And know my Father's face
TTuld Miiile upon me when X neared tVe
I'd 1-ve to walk t!heoad go fair to view.
A young ladj being told by friend
tliatnik dreesee wete vrj orach worn,
jejilied that, she knew it, for here bad
twjor three boles to it.
"You saved ny fife at tlie battlo of
JK-lvcrii II ill, aid a beggar to a
' Saved your life! How?"
"I si rved under you when you run
'nway. and 1 full wed."
A Connecticut bridegroom created
U!'e a sensation at his nuptials recent
ty, bv appearing in a pair of ki ee
breeches belonging to bis grandfather;
ml which, owing to tho briefness of
the modern sock, left sever! ktches of
bare veal exposed,
An excited yonng maw, clad in a
pair of slifpern, recently rnsbed into a
oiiurch at Walpack CenOre, N. J.,
"thonting: "Here erne itithe name
'd Jusus." lie was taken oat ia the
Dnme of the law.
"I my face dirty?" trcfced a young
1:idj from the backwoods, on a steam
boat running from 0-iiro to New Or
leans. "Dirt)i No- Why do you
nsk?" "Because that insulting waiter
insist upon putting a towel beaide
tny plate. I've thrown three under
the table, acd every time he conies
around he puts another one before me."
Clara has slept wi h her mother
until about two and a half years old.
when to her great delight, her father
Save her a nice litilecrib. On the same
day, meeting a friend of the family,
the burst forth: Oh, auntie! auntie!
mama'? big bed has got a little baby!
' Mrs. Jenkins," said a little red
headed girl, with a pug nose and bare
feet, -'mother pays ycu wi 1 obleege her
by lendin' her a stick of fire wocd
II .1. - r i I "
nil mis ,cruei wun vinegar puttm a
littj' soft soap in this pan aud please
not let yoar tnrkey.gobblers roost oo
A "Kenosha editcfr as sick onto
death and several of bra 'cotamporaries
took occasion to free thefr wind con
cerning him. He got we'll, and now
Eays they must meet "him at the niuE.
lie ol a rev jiver or tie will cram their
Iping type down their false throats.
Xn editor announces the marriage
of a friend thuly. "He has read him
self out of the jolly brotherhood of
bacht lors.old his ringlebreasted lounge
packed hi bagsrnge and checked it (or
g ory, walked the gangplank of court
Fhip to tire vessel rtf matrimony, and is
now steaming down the stream of bliss
by the Irght of the boneymoon."
A toper srot so nVacb on bis stomach
the other day that said organ repelled
the load. As he l;aned against a
1 nr p post vomiting a I ttle dog; bap
p -ned to stop by hini, whereupon he
indulged in this soliloquy: "Well,
now, here's a conundrum. I know
There I ato the baked beans, I re
inember where I ate that lobster. I
recollect where I got that rum. but
I'm haiued il 1 can recall where I ate
that little yaller dog "
A Neat Hit.
Two well knowa clergymen were
ton versing, when one startled the oth
er by abruptly asking:
' lirother G , is it possible that you
"I must confess I do," the other
"Tlicu I would quit it, sir,' the
old gentleman energetically continued.
"It's a very U' cierical practice, and,
I itust say. a very unclean'y one.
Tobacco ! Why, sir even a hog would
not chew if !"
"Father C," responded the amused
'.i-tener, "do you chew tobacco?"
"1? No sir!" he answered, gruffly
Xith innch ind gnation.
"Then, pray, which is most like the
ho?, you or I?
The oi l doctor's ft sides shook with
liughter, as he said:
"WU, I bsve bein fairly caught
1' esidence of Santa Clans.
llev. T. . Moore, 1). D.. of Rich
inotid, iu one of his letter? from Swit
xrriand, published recertly in the
iiichtnond 'ki, says that in his jour
rey from Alpnacht to Brienz there was
one point of interest to every liver of
cliillreii. He says: "We passed very
near the residence of the famous St.
Nicolaus Von der Fleo, whom every
ijb'l 1 knows under the name of Santa
Clius, Kr S3 Krinkle, or St Nicbola-.
M-3 lived very near this road and was
in early life a sollier; in later, a Coun
cillor of State; and for many years a
ii-M-ruit, and living as he did o near
'he time when Christianity was intro
duced into Germany, he became after
hi- death, the patron saint of Geimany,
aud nearly eveiy hut in this Unterwal
.n district has a portrait of "Urother
!ill.u s," as he is asualiy ca 1 d by the
re isnntry of Germany. I suppose few
oi ti e kumts ou the roll or caooniza
tiunhas as envialle an amount of rev
c nee and love as that given by thous
i.J.-" rH-little lovinir hearts that devout
'y tiust in the bcuignast kindness at
i.i in tmas tiiafa of goo CP oU' sianta
Easily made with our Stenetf
and kev-check outfit. Ciren-
lara free. Stafford Manurg
ccmpany, OC Fulton street, N 1
TO BOOK CANVASSERS.
ANEW WAV of running a book. Can
ell thnnsnnds per week. Address
MURRAY HILL PUBLISHING CO.
1J9 East 28th street. New Tork City.
ni-fl-am if you wish to buy
WfilTO ICU A SEWING MACHINE
for lamUy use, or act a agent, address
Washington Sewing Machine Company,
ma THE WAIIKIVG fLISS. male or fe-
JL male, $"f week guaranteed. Re
spectable employment at home, day or
evening; no capital reqnired; full instruc
tion and valuable package of good to
start with nt free by mail. Address,
with 6 cent return stamp, M. YOUNG &
CO., 16Courtiandt street. New York.
PSYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CITARM
ING." How either sex may fascinate
and g"in the love and affections of anv
person they ch.K.se inslantly. This simple
mental acquirement all can poesefs, free,
by mall, for 25c. together with a marriage
"cide, Ecyp'ian Oracle, Dream". Dints to
Ladies fte. A qneer book. Address T.
WILLIAM & Co., Pubs. Philadelphia.
r- TVT 9
crlis ooI.Ib. Horc throat
hrirsoness and oroncbisl ditocn!tie no only
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
Worthless imitations are on the markot but
the onlv scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid
for Lnrig disease' is when chemically combin
ed with other well-known remedies, as in those
Tablets, and all parties are cautioned against
nsini anv other. ...
In all cases of irritation of 1he mncons morn
brane th se Tablets should be freely used,
tbeir cleansing and healing properties are
astonishing. . , .. . .,
Be warned, never neglect a eoul. it w easily
onred in its iucip-otit stte, wlien it beronn-M
chronif the enre is exooedinp:y difhcult, rise
Wells' rVirbolin Tabb-ts as a specific.
JOHN Q. KEIXOOO. 18 Vlatt St., New lork.
Sole Agmt for United States.
Price 25 cts a box. Send for C ircular.
The immense wile, 10.000 in one month onr
28 1EABS Al- n
is iav n.r. nroves. it- aoovc nn
book the masses want It goes like wild
fire. Over 6M pitges, only $2 SO. Mc re
Notice. Be not deceived by misrepre
Hentations made to pslm oft" high-priced
inferior works, but send for circulars and
sie Proof rf statements aid great success
of our aeents. Pocket companion, worth
tlO, mailed free. HUBARD BROS.,
Publishers, 723 Sansoin st Philadelphia.
Agent Wanted for
Or, Science and the Biblt.
This book gives the very cream of Sci
ence, miking its thrilling realities, beau
ties, wonders and t-parkling ju-ins a hundred-fold
nvre interesting than fiction.
Every man, wenau ard child wants to
read it. It is endorsed by the press and
ministers of all denominations. Sale im
mense. Agents report 52 43 4C 80 87
and 96 copies per week. Great induce
ment h to Agents. Employment Icr Young
Men. Ladio. Teachers and Uerpymen mi
eveiyconntv Sund for Circulars. Also,
agents wanted for the
PEOPLE'S STANDARD EDITION
OF THE HOLY ttlDLE.
Over 55u Mutations. All our own agents
tor oilier books, and many scents for
other uubiishers, are sell.ng this Hible
with wonderful snccess, because it is the
mjst valuable, beavttitul and popular edi
lion now ia the market, and is sold at a
verv low price. Canvassinjr books iiee to
working Agents. Address ZEIGLER
M'CURDY, 518 Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa
A NEW CARPET.
The Gbkat Wonder. The New Eg
land Carpet Co., established over a quar
ter of a century ago. having expended
much time, tslent and money, to prod 'ice
a stylise and durable carpet at a low price,
after Years of experimenting with the best
artiT.ans, have brought out a carpet which
tt'ev have named and will be known at
GERMAN TAPESTRY, beins: an exact
imitation of Solid Brussels, the first thou
sand pieces of wl.ich i:i order to introduce
them, will be sold 37 1 2 cents per yard.
Samples sent by mail on receipt of 10 cts,
oi 5 different, i-atterns aO cent.
NEW ENGLAND CARPET CO., 373
Washington street, R.cton, Mass.
is unoqiiUevl by any knowa remedy. It will
eradicate, extirpate" and thoronprhiv destrov
sll poisonous substances in the Blood and will
effectnally dispel all predisposition to billions
Is there want of action in yonr Liver and
ileen? Unless relieved the bload becomes
impure by deleterious secretions, producing
serxfulons or skin diseases, Blotchos, Felons,
Pnstn'.es, Canker, lim;)ies, Ac, A-c
Have yon a Lyspeptic stomach? Unless di
gestion "is promptly aided the system is de
bilitated with poverty ol the blood, dropsical,
tendency, general weakness and inertia.
Have von weakness of the Inestms? Yon
are in danger of Chronic Iiarrlloea or Inflam
mation of the Bowels.
Have von woakness of the Uteilrie or Lrrr.-
ary Organs? You are exposed to suffering iri
its most aggravated form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or
depressed in spirits, witt headache, back ache.
coated tongue and bad tasting ir.outh?
for a certain p-merty ror alKi tliese (H.easeSi
weakness aud troubles; for cleansiusr and rm-
rifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor
to ail tlio vital rorccs; lor ouiicJinR up ana rc
stonna iho weakened constitution USE
which is pronounced by the leading medical
authorities of London and Paris "the most
powerful tonic iind alterative known to the
medical world.' This is id uew and untried
discvery, but his been king nscd bv the lead
ing physicians of other Countries witli wonder
'ull remedial results.
Don't weaken and impair the dieestivo or.
gans by cathartics and physics, they give only
iouimrry reiiei indigestion, natniencv and
dyspepsia with piles aud kindred diseuxea r
sure to follow their use.
Keep the blood pure and ealth is assured
JOHN Q KELLOOO. 18 Plntt st Ww v.fc
Role Agent fyr the United States. Prise One
Dollar per bo.tle. Send for Circular.
&J T aUS.
T OFFRR FOR SALE 316 ACRES
J. oi LAND, a portion of tbe tract on wli.ch
I reside 1. four mhVs fr m I'arboro. On Hun
dred and Seventy-Five of which is cleared, at
$30 per acre cash.
lit S. WILLIAMS.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Lbs. OF
LAST SCRAP IRON
WANTED AT THE
dec lSUi TATJJOEO, N. C'
1AAAA VERY FINE FRUIT
lu.uUU Trees and Orape Vines, of snoh
varieties at do well is this c.imate. Address
: TB6S. D. TDICPEJf,
The usdersigned'has just yisiT
ed the city of New York and Las purchased
the largest stock or. .
Books, Slattouf ry & Fanty Goods
over brought to this market, bis s'ock consists
iu part of School, Standard and Misccilaneoisfs
Books, Account and Blank Books, Pulpit, .and
Family Phot graph Bibles, Testament Hymn'
and V'ravcr Books. A large and fine selection
oT Prang's Oom Morse Work in frames, a
great variety. Musical and 7'botograph Al
bnmsi i verv Hvio, and raie th naand Fancy
Artielcs suitable 'for ChriBtmas Pros r.ts.
I am the authorized Agent for tho following
publications: Arpcton's Jonrnal, monthly;
Appletou's Journal, weekly; The Popular Sci
ence, monthly; the Psychological Journal;
tho New York Medical Journal; Oodey's Lady's
Book. A fine croiuo of "Oar riftrlinc'' Riven to
every subscriber. C at tho Tarboro Bock
SUxe at once and subscribe. , ';
II. M. WILLIAMS.
nov. 28-6m. TARBORO.
The well-kiwwn Boot and Shoemaker of
His Shop is the jdace to get a
Bool iov Comlovt.
Lasts Fitted Fp and Reserved for
The Fasliionablc can have what they want in
THE BEST STYLE.
BEAUTIFUL FITS GUARANTEED.
J uiy-tf. Tarboro, N. C.
Kansas Pacific Railway.
This favorite line extends from Kansas
City and Leavenworth through the fertile
Staje of Kansas to Denver in Colorado,
6S9 miles. Rare opportunities are oflered
to the public lor homes in a section of
country unsurpassed for productiveness
and henlthfnlness. The State Capitol,
State University, and State AgTicultnral
College are located along its line, and the
general educational facilities arc ttnenal
ed. The reputation of Kansas Is unsur
passed its an Agricultural State. By re
ferring to tb Unfed States agricultural
reports, it will be seen that Kansas has a
greater average yield to the acre of the
cereals than any other State; and at the
great fruit fairs held in Philadelphia, Kich
moiid. Boston and Albany, Kansas took
the first premium for the finest display of
fruits. For the pleasure of travelers or
invalids, a varied and charming landscape
is presented; and the delightful air cf
Colorado, and the celebrated tarm and
hot springs near Denver, give renewed
life to the sick. To thosto coirtemplatiVig
iroing West, we would advise them to in
spect the country e!os" his road.
. o -
C.A.AV. BASH AM.
THE BFILDIXG PtBLlt.
I Respectfully announce that I
peieiu nuiuoci m ;is.imnts
contract for and build evt-ry
kiiidot HDOSE, or anytiiSffg ttse m int
I would also say to the Farmers hf tbf
County that 1 have made every nccrssarv
arrangement to construct everything of
needed cpon a planlatiori-, from a GIN
StTtEW to a HOE. HELV E.
Pers'ins intrnstlng business into my
hands rhav be assured that it will be at
tended to with the utmost j romptDess and
1 have in my employ a strong force of
first-class Carpenters. .
All citizens of the county are respect
ully tennested to give me a chance before
onti acting elsewhere.
Apply to me at Tarboro, N. C.
4G ly JOHN C. DANCY, (Cold)
TO THE PEOPLE OF EDGECOMBE.
THOMAS L. IJURROUOIIS,
Is prepared lo build
GIN HCLSE3, COTTON SCREWS AND
by contraet or bytht day.
Cottoh Gins put in good order.'br use. and
repairs done on any of the above work nt
Draft of wdrk SccomnSnlbd with bills ot
lumber drawj and maue out correctly, ana
Persons desiring fltiy vi oi fe of the above
description will do well to esl -tnon
THOS. L. BUKRCT-GHS,
rtllli24.t' Tart-c o N. C.
Johw W. White,
AND ' .
tITT STREET, , .
Near Odcnboimer's Liverv Stables. . ' 1
TAKBORO, N. C
All orders in bis line promptly filled, jy 9-t
R, A. SIZER,
TARBORO, N. Ci
LL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO-
dnee taken in exchange, such as Raw
Hides, Furs, &c. Jane 20 -tf.
Chamberlain & Kawls.
TARBORO, N. C,
Sterling Silver and Plated Ware,
WEDDING. RINGS, &c. -:aa.,tf.
OXFCSD FEMALE SEMINARY,
Oxford, B. C. Miss 11. . MiUhell, Prin
Cipab, JJisa E.H. Grant, Asaoeiau Prioci.
p aL Tbe Muaic Department is under th
chargre of Jlrs, W. H. Morrow, well known
as an accoroplisned teacher of long ex
perience. The Spring Seaaion of 1873
opens Jan. 15. Circulars a application.
References All friends and pnpils of I
tne late Prof.E. Mitchell, of the University
of North Carolina. nov. 21-3ra.
New Jewelry Store.
rriHE SUBSCRIBER HAS PER-
manently located In Tarboro, and will
give his personal attention to the repairing ol
fine Watches, Clocks and
Ha vine 16 rears oraetickJ cnAriMM in flm
business he guarantees gcod and efficient
work at moderate prices, and would respect
hilly solicit a share of the pnblie patronage.
Will keep constantly on band a line selec
Watchet. Clock, Jewetty, Solid Silver '
ana 1'lated nare, Spectacles, tic.
At prices low as can be fnrnwrred. Anywhere,
and every article guaranteed as represented
upon a forfeiture of double Ike price paid for il
See Sifntt thetoig Watch.
Next door to the old Gregory Hotel op
posite K. B. Alsop's Store.
JAMES H. BELL.
Refer to Capt. Wm. Bi
Oenl. w. O. Iewis ; Wm,
field, and C. C. Lanier,
Tarboro, N. C.
Male & Female DeparWenVs
rpiIE NEXT SESSION WILL COM-
X menee SEPTEMBER 2ntf, and end
I'KCK.MBKK I9th, 187J.
ilustc on Piano, Organ or G altar1,
with use of Instrument.
Contingent Fee for each student.
Board in beat families, everything in-
ciunea, per monui irora io to f iz.
For further particulars address,
C. G. DAVENPORT. President.
Aug. 1-tf. Rocky Mount. N.C
For restoring to Gray Hair its nat
ural Vitality and Color.
which is at
haft, ft noon
or yra'y hair
to its cr'unnhl
fjfoxs and fresthess bf youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair chetWed,
nnd baldness often, though not al
ways-, cured by its use-. NotfiftVg 5&nj
restore the hair wiiere the follicles
re 'destroyed, or the glands r.trophied
and decayed ; but such as remain can
be saved by this application, and
stimulated into activity, so that a
neW growth of hair is produced. In
stead of fouling the hair with a pastf
sediment, it will keep it clean ana
vigorous. Its occasional use will pre
vent the hair from turning gray or
fulling off, and consequently prevent
b ildness. 1 he restoration of vitality
it gives to the scalp arrests and
prevents tbe formation of dandrarK
which is often so uncleanly and ot-
fensive. Free from those deleterious
substances which make some prepa-
tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit but
not harm ifc. If wanted rrtereiy for
a HAIR DRESSDrO, nothing else
can be lound so desirable. Contain-
in- neither oil nor dve. it does not
soil white cambric, and yet lasts long
on the hair, giving it a Hen, glossy
tustrej and a grattful jEfTume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chenliti,
For diseases of the Throat and Xiunjrs,
uch as Ckuxhs, Colda, Whoopinf
Cough, Bronchi Ua,
and Consumption. -
Among the great
discoveries of mod- ,
ern science, few are
this and othereour
tries, has shown that
effectually control them. The tt'sihriony of our
best citizens, ot all classes, estaoitsnes the fact;
rhrit (iikkrt Pectoral, will ind does ral'wn
nhd cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat
most dawfe'rdus affectio'ns of the Pillrrionarv
Urgans yield to its pcrwerj and case of Corv-
somptidn, curea by this preparation: are pub
licly known, so remarkable as1 hardly to be'
believed; were they not proven beyond dispute.
As i rertredy it is jdeanate: on which the pub
lic may rely for full protection; ,By enrinrf
whmi, ..... .... iii.... v Ml'n w niivu. UI7T
e:iHo, it saves unmimuered lives, and art amount
of suuerin! not to be computed. It eballen(res
trial, ami convinces the most sceptical. Every
iiinmy siiouni aeep ii on nana as a protection
ngninrit the enrlr and umvceived attack of
rulmonary Aftections, which are easily met at
first, but which become incurable, and too often
fatal, if neglected. Tender lungs need this de
fence ; and. it is unwise to be without it. As
a safeguard to children, amid the distressing
diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of
childhood. Cherry Pectoral, is invaluable;
for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued
from premature graves, and saved to tlie love
and affection centred on them. It acts speedily
and surelv against orrlinarr colds, secnrinV
mjumu nnu neaiin-resroring sleep, so one will
nffer troublesome InftnenZA ifadi painful
Bronchitis, when they know how easily they
can be cured.
Originally the product of long; laborious, and I
. . investigation, no rose or
" ini iu innKing pverv Donse la the
utmost p-ysilile perfection. It'mav be confi
dently relied nrm a prrfwessme all'lhe virtues
it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing
cures as memorable as the greatest it ha ever
. r ritEPARED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Maw.,
Practical and AnilrHeal Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS VEBYWHB8.
Dr. U L StUm is agent for all of Ayw'a
Medicines, aad a lartot alw.rTU
f(M at au Dxg sevrn I
: -' i A. ' V-. ;!
ON HAND AND f6 ARRIVE
500 Tons Shell and
. , ,
200 BWsr. Rockland and Woodbtirned
Lime, Kosendale Cement, Calcine
50 JBbls. Mess Pork atid i,006 Bushels
Seed Oats expected ailj.
Baggn ad Ties.
- . -
Soluble SeS Island
Ob AA PhoSfipo
t . - - ,
OWr-s Amohb Posphate of Lime.
v Peruvian Guano.
Wilcox & Gibh's II
Guano, Salt and Plaster Compound:
Orders taken for all kinds of Fcrtil-
izers, also Sash Blinils, &e.
Liberal advances made on shinments of
onon 10 fveisemeiii, bterii & Co.
Has her Store Qti'tQ again filled with one of the most
. ... , ... . -
ever brou&lit to laruoro.
purehaS&d Trotn tlie most Fashionable Northern Empo
riums, and has been selected villi great care and
judgment; It consists of all
MATS & BONNET-
Also n rare selection of the
which will chailenge comparison with the very best in1
any place, North or South. The Finest
Velvets j Silks Satins, Feathers, Rib
bons and Flowers.
all purchased by Mrs;' Fdldenheimer in person, besides
reai variety oi articles too numerous to mention
Ladies are respectfully invited to call and examine.
as it will'affofd mfe pleasure to show my Goods
' MRS: R. FELDENIIEIMER,
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE.
! ppectfully Inform the public thii he
has again opened bl '
at the old place, in rear of the atoref Mr.
J M Redmond, where he can be found everV
ie old place, in rea
Redmond, where h
and on all pnblie days. .
His oystera are always of the freshest
and the best the Norfolk market affords.
am? sold from a siuglii plate up to the gal."
lonj oau upon rasa ana ace, fr
-I am trot
ifk, Ki PARKER.
BOOT & SHOEMAKER,
TARBORO; N.- C.
WOHK . EXECUTED. IN THE
most duraUe and fashionable man
ner. Tbe beat quality t Leather and. all
Shop: Main 8 tree, np lUlHuiext Mor to
a 'HeotiiatAitiB- 6eex Ort, av-tt
. -v 11 - ..: .-.'J ;.'-.: -.
n ill mil hi
j, . .i uuiiu
f M .
(W V A Ql TTAAT
Tarboro, N. C.,
m a m r (
I Ins stock lias mst been
the LiUei SVv.es in
most beautiful and cliastn
Tarboro, N. C.
JOHN MYERS' SON,
, Receiving and Forwarding
WASHINGTON. N. C.
April 4fb. 1867 8-tf
HUSSEY BROS. & CO.,
TAHBORO, 71. C.
Special Attention paid toRepairin
J. M. SPRAGIN'S,
, CIGARS TOBACCO, PIPES, &f
TOTS -AND FANGt
? rb. a-ia n. abboro.
M ISC E VL,A EOr 8
LIAS JUST RECEIVED
.a Large drove of very fine
?; and also a well selected assortment of
,;! ' - i
to.be said for cash or ex Kjince.
...Oarftpiends and also Uvv.niblie are regpect--ffllly
invited to call aud examine them at tbe
Tarboro, 3f. C.
UPWARDS OF 50 1st PREMIUMS
tSO'LD AND SILVER MEDALS
Were Awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFF
for the bcsiriAKOS, n competition with
the leading Man a fact nrers in ihisconntry.
No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Ualtimore, Vd.
rnnw stikff's itano.s co-
X tain all the latest improvements h.
found in a first class I'ian.i, with addition.
al improvements of Li-own invi-ntinn
to be fonnrt in other I comments. The
t-'iie, ton-h ."vnrl fl!:tsli or their icstrnmciits
cannot l.- exreiU- i hv hpv m.it.natiir.-d.
A laie as rtmeiit f Si-i end Hand
Pia'ios always n b.tml. fnon $75 to $300.
I a' lor and Chinch Ovp.-tt, sr.me.20 dif
ferent styles n hand from fc-'iO aad up
wards. Send tor II!iiKtrae,i r,at.il,,5ne,.eonf aln.
intr names orvcf 1200 S-,jiUMTiier.(500 ol
which are Tirgi-.i.irw. 2K) f.rj.: L.rdis.
lans, l.W E. Tenrifser-unsi . and others
throughout tl c S ml,.) . ,av
i f 'he war.
the Sticfl Piano sime l cl -
C. C. LANIER, Agent,
pOME TO OUR HOUSE IF YOU
want a anrwrior article. The very best
brands f liguors always on hand. Inclii-liuir
A Gcod (Lotv Priced). "Whiksy
always on hand.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
POTTEff TURKEY ASD HAM FOB
I) O K P 1J
AL- J a X K S'
tolled AU & Porter.
Of a Superior Quality o?. rraught
: : it ;
Thankinjr my m-toiucrs lor pst pa'
roiiue I will narantee tliat I wiT
1 . ' . ' - 1. . 1 1 . ..! ,
.iiHHtn n;iye n.e uo'ivc ariicius oi liu
very ticsi Quality at
J. L. COEH.'
- ror i on vlm
rpllE STEAM KR COTTON PLANT,
-bavinjf been lb jrotmblv rcrwirerl and
supplied ith all the, h'xt u: t required by
Ihe law re nlnt ing Steamers, ban
nniMSTi Tift? T)PnrTT k l rriTiTno
in i-u uuk ubuuuan r lie
She is rommanded by
C.VPl'. GEORGE W. riOWARO.
Hor old commander.
i0HT MYERS ,
The Home Shuttle
. H. T. COKER,
A?nt for Edpecombe County. Jvll-tf
C. C. LANIER,
AO EXT FOR
MESSRS. HARDY & BROTHERS,
WAtBR'S TOMB STONES.
THE 4 TAYLOR" ' GIN
FISH GTJANO, .
Tarboro, N.C. Jaa.ll.ta
T3T DR. KLtSZ'S WDNDElm. .
oo'yf which destrov and rmov. .
ffneer withont tbe ... f 'tht nife or lo,.'
UooLan4t the s.,.n time. overcom."".f
tendon, -" ."T . "','-. ""rcome.
. j "i.T iii inesvircm
tr at a I forma ,4 ch-onic Ion-
EPt .I.E r S; OR FTTs
. h,tmatl3m' Neuralgia
ASTHMA, SCROFULA &
d for Circular call OQ. or addraaa.
E. H. OLEENE, M. D., Oold.boro X C
A. H. LINULEY, J. D.. Charlott.' n' C
( Yl TiHE ?k4TH DATOF ITOKMB1!R
J last, in th. town of Tarbo 0f k
containing about one doll,r. ,nd two
aainat Goor,. L. Wimtrivl?,"0
IHO, payable , to Daniel Wimt)erlT .,,
one for 98, payahle to Rose IlArriw.n ,
both bearing date January 1, 8 72 '
All tieraona are h rebv wim.,1".. :
tradinor for th- i,l ...: " -gami
iag povarfnl tnviiraratiiif
JUaittent and Intenaittcat levers.
and are a preranttre of Chilla
. - All riald to their powerful efficacy
AasanantidoU W ahanga f Vf alar aa4 lict.
M u wasted frame, and correct all
.Win save daya of tmlfering to the nek, ml
The frand Panaeaa for all tie flu of life.
TUXUM IT IS
I THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP Ton CIRCULAK
PLUMMER, LEW IS & Co.,
To Those who Owe Me!
r am now y.xrr.xTuxc. m
l briHinesK, nd for tl.at j nrposi I n nt i -
ist njx-n a prompt payment or all li-VIted'
me.. Thin is the last cU I prvpeae U- mk-.
1 cannot. tirr-alin-.er iii'Il'.'nei.ce, n iiulnl-.
'eiice , that a riorisly eiiibarrse e in rev
;jiis:neitH, and which lias been uiV.ciMit y
lenient lo all debtors.
Come "op and Settle
and avoid appoached bv an'officlaf.1'
J. 1 coiiER.
Oct. 17-tf. Prop. "OUR HOl'SK.."
To House Keepers;
THE PEOPLE OF TAKBORQ ARE'
reaped fallyrnforined that I bava rt-'
cmtly MaMed in town a
where can le proenred at all times
Fresh Meats, Sausages,
wbh other delecacies for tliA Table. It la''
located on .
two doors Irom Rowe'a Billiard and Bar ,
Saloon. It will afford me plea.su re to re
ceive a lilxral enennrafement, prntnislag
to do every tbitiK in my power togiveast
isfaction. Full market prices paid for Fat
LOUIS F. IFIWIXGDER,
O. H. SCBPkXL.
B. WaXBEX US8TI.t..
Boots & Shoes,
SHOE FIKDIKGS CEKERALL11.
MAIN STREET, '
slO-Cut. ,Ntt Aoorjo the X'lnK
KjjJUAl yj9 Yomnrer Ota. Hu
. y OT Katie, th Bitters are aaX
! ,a?aUed aad cave eftea teea taeV
! meaae of sariKf Ufe.
j TRY ON BO TTLr.
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