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P" . .Z A Angus 7. 1873, U.Li A M ' VKr.OKi", NOUTII CAKCI.1N.'. Rev. Solomon Pool The individual v Lose name heads ilos article wrote a letter to the i'entmel, in reply to a commumca' tlo-i in that paper over the signa ture of "i P. S.," giving some ac count of the vandalism at Chnpel Hill The Sentinel very properly re fused to publish Pool's letter, for it v.-as not only unworthy of publica tion, but a reproach to its autli r and the holy calling i f a minister of the Car stian reli;. i m. Not being successful in obtaining c hearing thr ugli the Sentinel, the Reverend Solomon Pool publishes his scandalous and indecent letter in the last Era. It abounds in -wh-ked insinuations and criminal charges against a lady f l kapel Hill, whose high character and spot less reputation have never before been assailed and against whein 1 ick-wounding calumny has uever before uttered its foul breath. The c'l.irgcs made by P. S." id th Sentinel were of tie same eharac. tr as those; by Cl William L. Saim. iljrs, of the Wil :;in-ton Journal, aud Co'. John W Cameron, of the Hills Loro Ueejrder, both of win ir, after a Il'is,ip. i1 inspection ot the di p dated condition ot the Uuivvr-ity. gave d de ta'L'J accouct of their respective pa pjrs of the vauJahbm whi h has de faced the buddings and despoihd the libraries aud o'h.r property belongiiii; to that iDbiiiution. Tlie revctations mid by ihc.e gjulleaien present the eiuis features of decay aud wamoi distraction of property a? d.tes th letter of the lady who wrote the coil Uiuuicalion lo the Sentinel. Why does the Rev. S domca Pio! inat with silence tlie articles of Col SaunJor-i aiil CjI. Caiiiirou, aud re serve the v id ol his iudicu-iiU wrath tni malice uu-1 vtir.'W t j c ur nr.. hi the ur.protecUd he; d of a JcdcncesJci-s W.llljU!) ' The character o! P ol's letter is sueli as w!li siok h in H i ever into fathom,, hfs iuf:ui y. It is the emanation ..l a ;rrcr;ed brain and a luulieituii heart. It J a dastardly and tkudi.-h attfck upon au: ci i.ra'.'ter, which will re Ljuu 1 vit h ikar, ire u j.ou the v lie a:t'l rntidess r,-i ai.t. It disi-lays j such heart Icssnos. sut-i. bLanieicsscess. . , ,. . . . 1 sue'-, s rot-ki,ss iisrerd of every in-j stiuct ( !' ti uf tiKii 1 ue-s and honor, as. I will m Ac l Lo uamu 1 1 't'olouioti Pool ' I b t -woi i! of repn acli auJ 1. . r .ii Cuioliua, ior ul future tim Tom-. Settle lividual seems This individual seems to bold a ! ) igh place in tlie estimation of b b rr.nt it ol trt T?..7-.-.-l dtr-oT-.c: At- n-if I iicss the foilowiiiLT res lutions adop-' J i ed at a meeting at lai-boro, July ; 173: j V.'hei-eas, We the Republicans of j District. Julgecombe county, in mass meeting j T;ie tni-tees of the Loui-vllle (Ivy. i assembled, believing in the open Me lie-i Co'!?ge have creatcl a nuni rocognition and approval at all times i ber of IJenefici ry Jfeli i:ar-.Iiir.. for the ( f the valuable services of ernine-it , beuefit f roor but iL'survin., ,0nii' I ;n.'ti oi our Mate, m betiali ol our groat National Eepubhcan Party, a d, as evidence of our apprecia tion of a nfime that is so dear to the people of orth Carolina, therefore bo it Resolved, That we recognize and tstetrn Avith a glow of ju-t and pa triotic pride the name and services of Hon. Thomas Settle, the scholar, the pi riot and statesman. Resolved, That we believe lie has evinced the true qualities of a hLatesman and an unswerving Re publican, and has shown by his a"ts that he has been a faithful i"rie.nd of all the people of out State, from the day his name became enrolled its a soldier in the army of Itcpa'olicanism. Kesolved, That wo hail with pride a-.d joy his election as President of the late National Convention, and believe the :;eti-.n to lie a just veeog nition of the services he had rend ered in aid "f the great and vitally itnportant question of reconstruc tion: the organization of tlie Repub lican party in our Stats, and the triumph of Republican principles in our Aation. Resolved, That we trust an tp portui.ity will offer at some future tnr.e which it will bo our pleasure to de:noii:-:tratj tliat old Edgecombe of t e ea.-,t joins hands with her sister counties, in rewarding the patriotic bevvieiis of Western North Carolina's illustrious and deserving son. Good Farming The Sentinel furnishes the f How in, insta' ees of good farming: A lit. lo over fi year aofo we pub-iisli-il tlie results of ilr. Jlitcliell Currin's toljaceo planting. Without .repeating our article, we state, that two of his sons, both boys, aided by a sielcly brother some twelve or thirteen years of age, made a crop of tobdnco that netted in Milton, where it was sold, a fraction under 83,000. Seventy-live dollars were spent for fertilizers, and live dollars for extra U!'or. Col. John Wilkerson, now of Henderson, s.ild the tobacco, and Mr. D. Howard, a well known citi y,vn of Granville, cariied it to mar Let. We now giv.- tho result of Jlr. J. M. Onrnis planting a young Granville farmer. He worked three hands and one horse all the vear. and another lvu-se half the veftr. He bought $110 worth ri uano. rlis tr acco crop netted i i cash 3,130. Our readers may rely perfectly vq on 'he accuracy of these figures. We know Mr. Currin, and obtained them from him. A dozen gentla aien of vhsracter will indorse his statements. Again: Dennis Tilley. Esq., of Granville sold 19 tierces of tobacco in Richmond, receiving, according to our rc -ollection, 87 per hundred pounds for his I nvest grade, and $131 for his highest. We have known him to obtain $15(3 per hnr.died pumKbs. "We doubt not that he la; i v.; raged as high as 1.1 0) for each hand ha wor' ed. Let it be remembered, that these, and other farmers we could name, who have done nearly as well, and raise thoir own whea', bac n, corn, oats, t-t '. Another Mr. Currin sold his to bacco, made bv himself aud a negro boy of not more than fifteen, for s1"T0(. V'c know another farmer. Mr. Avery, t actu dly receive for one tobacco crop more money than ho had offered to sell his farm for the preceding J -rr. A"d yet peo place will leave North Carolina and remove to Texas or some other point r-'outh. Th.-y would do well to remain where they are. or move to- Granville. STATE JiATTEltS. The He-pass Turp-'utine lill. n Washint. u. was Jesti o e I by fire t u i'harrday uioi uit'g 1 tst. Mr?. Whiifield, a vi oerable lady living at Mr. IJurge-s', near lv. field. fVH dead Mjndiy, while at the dinner table. She had not previously been k. It rumored and generally believed that Jud:e Toiirgee and Juii;o Vatt nave been made and exeiiatige ot cir cuits for the tall season, and Jiidi: To'irg'e will commence the circuit with Nash Court. Col. John S Long. State 1 etiirer o' ; lie Patrons of Husbandry, p ke a; this place li-t Monday, the 2Si!i ult. to a nutiibi r i,f ur eil izens. We regret exceedingly that we were unul'e K hear hiai. T'o.-e who did hear him eemed j ita. d with his rca.-CMjini; and many joint d the oiJ.r. A Cir.u gc wfcs f'--r:i;ed,auu t".e ledlowing otTiccr. ele' ted : J. J. Datde. Master. 1. II. Kami. ( ) . ri seer. J. P. J Uii'iilry. h.-eiuier. S- 1. Fpiecr, Steward. Penr.e't Hitun, A-.-i-iatit S'eu a: d. G. V.". Hammond, Secretary. '. "x. (iav, Tieii-uiei". K. 1. Lo:j- ChapLio. Jesse Prikc. 0 t ' K-eper. JIrs. J. J. lhtttie. Cere-, Mrs. 15. II. lJutiii. Pomona. Mrs. C. L. iil!tdirew. Fi ira. Mis. Cel. G. W. Haauacn,!. Ah-j t int f emale Ste vard. 11 31. 3I u. At a nit e'ing of Tar Uiver IkI-jo 1 O. G T.. No 57, the r.llcwiw 111 .v... trc tlieied for the ctisuin ij'iattcr. e'tncu.- Auiust 1. 1S73: v.z: . V. T Ic.ey Uattl.-. J( sMiss i)ie ,;r:ffiri. j j; . .. :)je Ann!iori. W. V. T. Miss Pine Fountain. S Mrs M.irv lVnu'njton. i .-. . . r ran i Arnu: u. j . T S. L'OUijlUlil. j V. C -C G Siiliey. Miss C aw TiJc-ry. W. s M.ss Yif l:i Til', rv. . . i, n. t.. i. tl ii, l'. i eier 1 1 . niiin. Beneficiary Scholarships for ' Medical Students-2cl N. C. i men peeking a hr.st-"lass u.tiie:il tdu calicn. One Iknerj.-iary stu.ient is i received from each .cr.;itonal Distr.ct i f, !,..., .....J (V, b P.... J I (III J I I - , U ll'i UU V. II i-UJ Li.V l gression d 1) strict ol the different St ns of py-icians aiol clergymen &re vei y propei j iicetirJ.d beat liehiry ,-cli'liirships. Kaeh cllQiar.-ll!p is wotih to tlie iceijiifcrit tl it S2'JU, itiid those reeeivir g such aid are known or.ly ti I lie ieuii Mole of ohlaiui tip; i v oof tici'iry scliolarsliip learned by :pp!y'U2f ' Or. E. S ai irl, De.in Louisville, Kv. As tt.e next session begins in Spt .iiier. :!! vootiu men tiee'ling aid should apply m early tis possible. ii in. (J Ii. 'fiioittis, cf Neviberrif. is nut horizjd to si-lt-c! one in tin from tlie .ecoiiJ t'crijii e.sfciunul Di.strietol North C'liroliot), Cor a benrficiarv scholar ..hip in the Loui ville Mclieai 0 ilh'e, an to i-soe to hitu a certifi cate therefor. We are requested by III iu to invite apiilicatio.i wi'h proper test iiiioni da Iron, a-iv youn luao who desires such sehoiai sh.p. Elitors foeliD tin interei-t in the education of tin- y .ung w 11 please ltuo the above insei i ton. Concert at Kittrell's for the Benefit of the Oxford Orphan Asy ura. Wo le u n that. M I.ei-h Mrs V. G. Ki t tt. ..f ! k. l...vo been '.ovitej bv M ij liatH ii.iil, o'. 1 t neli's Spi'nu-, i . iive a e iuceit at '.li; Sm.i- ur- sonietiiiie i'aiiii tlie t rc-?.. r1' " flit Sj:-'in. We :r."i-nitbli ti lo j-tuto ijni the-ic iaiiiiis it 'Vo Kii.illv ac!-: tc 1 M --j it 151.u k ua in v it:ii ion, and ilie l i.nctoi 1 1 e ciiu: ti I wol tn- i ; ;t " n -f 1 Uei eii. U.-r. 'I'l'O il;)il,li lis i.i V r j i u:i. "i n il.iis lenili.'i tlie i u.i'iii' .-i'ihu-: i'i be!' ill' il ill ua m; nt' the (Hihui r!i i M n; . ol i "tfr Si:it", ai'i iil b. : ;i i i ;i (lose exaited nuihti?- rx'iihi'cd bv tlie .vciiiLu ot i Ut; Ci.'l l'otiiiiiiou tluriii;: lie vv.ir Lei Knv.it ili; i'ti'N. .M's iu.ti l rs. null a o tin- .ua I l an.a'fur -uier a i'i we rust ih spar'o i In Y- ai K'.M' e l will ii i lie iruvJed Willi a i.ns and .i;.j.iro j'hitivo :m liisn e. Iifs Maicd hy nsi' Hit i:d adviojtliat t!.e r:ct:nl til die v;.r d. parttneni -liinvs that tlie court lias found i.ll liie Modoc In ii itis oil trial, uui!t t.f nrir d-r. and (,rderi;d t'neui to Le sl.ot by !ca. Davis, aod ilu record, it is satd, s o: ly awjiitia cn ler.-eaieut to enrv loit ileseatcncb. The largest shipment of live stock ever made in one day over any rail road in the world was mado on Wednesday over the New York Cen tral railroad, the e being 255 car loads of livo stock, the es imated value of which was 322,500. The Ptate police commission have requested the entire force on duty in Boston to res gn. It is believed that the intention is to enforce the liquor law. The men cannot con jecture the cause of their removal, but the chairman of the State com missioners claim hey have been guilty of misdemeanor by 'aking brandy, or of other irregularities. Se'aator Morten, cf Indiana, ar rived in Washington on Wednesday greatly recuperated in health. He comes on busi ess connected with the investigation bv the Senatorial Committee on Privileges and Elec tions, ordered by the last Congress into the manner of electing Presi dent and Vice President of the United States. A million r:ot;d cards were sh'nped f nni the fac'oiy at Spriu;field Wed ucsday Thn company is now print-in-' 900.000 diily. General Fiti Hugh Lee cime near bfin drowned by lal ing off a skiff ttott at liichland. Va , a Jew das ao. lie was recued by soaie colored nie i. Though sciiouly indisposed and con lined to Ins bed ly the accident, he is recovering. Suit has been entered in the courts of Washington City, by Ceore M Pisilas colored against the Adintie. Mississippi aii'i Oiiio Ilailroad Cain pany, doing business in Virginia, for fjtetinj; him frim tlie cars and ref'ti- iag h tn, on the fth of J'l'y last., p.S asie from Lynchburg to Christians tins u. Tlie damages claimed are s'5 000. a i: t a s v euti s s: U K XT a A RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT ! ! ! One Fourth Iit-rost in ths 2dg-:c:nbe Agihiltsiral "VTcrks Tor Sale. I liercitf !' ? f r uic.-tt m the i.rf?. t-'.a 1m. Fur r-ariiodiiu s. .tdtlr-ss my on- (' in t!i A. .1. HINTS, Wilson, C. .ir uT-C Hon. Gl.OU'ri: HOVA!;p, Taiboro, N. V. WILSON' Colloialo Seminary. For Young Ladies- Th'- llrh s'ssionwi'.l c..rn i.enee on Wednes-i'-. :bo 1st of let ber. I' r jurticula- i;.f-r-:a;i" , (t.idres Htt.i.i.n. XOTICE! NOTICE! ! I will ivt oil? f.-r t!.e e' nirig year, at he pie:i: e-," t be !:;.; bob tiin to tie Heirs of KIC1!. iii) UYXI'M .lece iscl. j '.tn Satuii'ay 'ti'ii tl.iy.i.. Aii'ii-it next, i Teriun initio Uuo";; to: . 1 i v ..1 rei,t..l. J AMI S II EXUM, A.t,nY. oxFoun FEMALE SEJHXAKr. OXFOED,X.C. A!:-s M. K. MI r. 'HELL, i'l i -c-':l. Mrs. E. N'.GKANT. Asso.o;i'e rl-lnciiKil Mrs. V, 11. MORROW, T.-iieher of Mosic. Jii; exercises ot the iustitntion will be resnmcd rr, v OA,, to-'o JIjI, 30th, lH.i. A limite.1 muiIkt or t,olir K-i-i taken. Cin'n!iUS "" ai,i'K'il-',- j'yai-3:o. nm Timiin TirnmirnT 1 in 1 1 3Iurfroesbi)ro, 3. (.'. riic last fCBsKm of this Intitntion was th c",s l-rot-penms ot in htstoiy. . 7h: nextstsMou wiiM)e;:m fir-t Wednes 1-1.1V in (le'obi-r. Char'P for jior 1 n nd l.ui-rnrv 'I'liirioii (!.;itiri and Ireneh ioi-iudtii, f,,r who Jo s't-riou of nine l.ionths, Tor catalogues aldresn, a. m Dowi:r.L, jnl31 C- P.-sident. OKEENSBOKO FEMALE COLLEGE, rceeiisloro, A'. C. T';e fall session will begin on the 27th of u;n;.;t next, under tin; piesidenev of lie v. T. M. JONES, the former PresidVr.t. The Fv.-nhv "ill ronsist of Professors w. :. Doirii, a. m., v. f. alder- M AN, A. M., an 1 F. .T II AHEIt itlui full corps of accomplished l.idy teachers. For C'rcnlais r-o:itaininj full inioima lioii apply to the President, or to J. A. CUXINGGIM, jly uI-Gt Sec. ol 'board. Tlie :0ill cotton Press. siASirrAfTur.En Bit Two nun ern pnek a 500 bale and do it with ens" sl'ort titiek o take two longer ones. I have seen many pri st s but yours is tae best. mA 1 1 W s AgenH-FAUKEP, PIPPEX & CO., Tarbro, T. K. CHERRY & CO., Greenville Price iu icicrsbisi5, $11Q. !VKW AOVUirriSEMENTS ;25th Thonsa nd m Tress. Sale Increasing 2,ouo m.iru JiveAgents wai.tcd tor our LIVINGSTONE 28 yrs in AFRICA, over Sou l-agos, only 2,5o. Look out for id leiiou works. AVbu tor circular and proof Oj tiio jtreatest mtecess of tbo s aiu. l.epoii ja in, 1S4 sobs, iu h x dany. UU-UAltl-"U.S., l'ut., iii .-anipM.n au, l'liaa., Pa. O Numerous tests have proved & N. F. BUHNHAiYTS NEW TURBINE eg Water Wheel To be the best ev r iuvented. CP P runnihlot tret. Add.Y, rk.Pu neloct a coimh. Nothing is more certain to lay me foundation ftr future evil consequonees Wells' Carliolic Tablets are a sure cure for all diseases) nf the Respira tui-y Organs, Stro Throat, Ct;lds, Croup Pip theria, Arnhma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Urynesf (.f the Throat, Viiidti;e. or Hroeliial Tubes, and all Uiseaces of tlie Lurgs. In all easts of snddc i culd, however talien. these Tablets should bo promptly and freely used. They equalize the circulation of the bloo.l, mitigate the severity of the attack, and will, in a very short tmie, restore healthy ac to tlie atiected organs". Vi'eh's Carbolic Tublets are put up only in blue boxes. Take no subs itutes. f they caa't bu found at vonr drussist's' Be,i at OI,CP to'ftie Agent .Vew Yt rU, who will forward thni bv return mail. 'Din t be deceived by imitations. Sold bv dm j,-ista. Triee 25 cents a box. JOHN' Q. KKl.LOGG, 18 Tlatt St., New Vork, Send for cii uiar. Ageut for United .States. CHOLERA AND EPIDEMIC DISEASES PREVENTED BY USING Bromo-Chloralum, The New Odorless and Non-Poisonous Powerful Deodorize and Disinfectant. Its daily ns destroys a'l bad odors -1 pois enous euiaualions abtmt your i icuiiuts, and tl.ereby ) revents contagion and disease ; con tains no p oison and hag no odor of its owe, aud is al t ays safo. Dr. l;ro,-kett, a celebrated writer on Cho -era and Yellow Fever, maintains that a few drops of i'.i t'lno-Chl jrabiiii iu a tumbler oi tti.t.-r, drai k daiiy, will prove a sure j roteci i..ii from these dsi.-:isi . 7'rebared only by TILDEN A; C '., for nale by all diuL,'its. Ne'V Y';:e . -. f-i tl;e v.itwt jHT-trfnt eVanner. f.ri-.-ej;' ' e i rai;.l r. lot v r of Lrlniuliilar (Jbti nciionrt k!m.i ;i t. ilat'-na M ilica. . 1 It is so-eii-ilv a.liii'efl to eonstiMi'e.iif i "worn a. .'.vi! an. I d. hi.ititoil fy l.ie waiin . ". .itl.t r of Sin-i!..' at. il Summer, wnen uie Mo'i not in ii.-rive eii-.-nlution, onsr-tiuent- ; I. rv!e r.o- Inumriiit s from i.!us.iim. ks ai .1 j ii:.- -rf. euve m tioii of i!ie ..eiTftiv.! or-ran. ! 1 is n.a:i:f., , ,v Tmnor?, r-rnjitions, j !!l -reli.s l'...iN. i'mtnlV-M.SeMir la. et. i mil tlislli e. i!r -i zinf ami merlia ti.ke 'lie or - - . I---. 1 v:-.,r, the svjtteni iif-ln j fo- 1.- to 1 nil. i ,t nji ami lieip the vital foives j tor. iieir rejirewntistive i'',w,'v- l:. tin- Ii- :tt - Siimillt r. fit tUt ntiv t lie liw T , .in to are l.ia.-live. j.ro!neiiis weahiivtin ol tne stnin aeli aiul mt.-siine, ai.tl a prt t,lisi'o.-i!ioii to liilli' us (leiRiii;..'!iieiit. lr. WKLLS' KXTItAC I' of JUJIUUEUA is Die;iiir'-i! tiiri.etU from the Si.utii Amerioan ' l'i in, and i- l.efuli.irlv smteil to ail tin-no l::: : e'.ea.ise tin.1 viuateil blooil, s'n ntht n tlie ht'e-iv inj,' .out rs, anit ren eve a!! oti-true-i :.a from impaiicd ami enfot bled Oi-Kai! it should oj freely ;eii, as .inrm cha is vronouneoil 1-v lneiiicai writers uie most eio 1 1 nt l'lii-.i':- r "tonie and tloob-trii' r.t known iu Ur- whole r.TitJe of me lic-i I I hints. JOHN j . K KIXOtiG. IS I'la't street, New York. Solo Au'eut tor the United ta'es. S ih by 1 irnyffist. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send lor circular. povubAii Exi'osiroi: or the o'osi-EL and acts, V? Itev. Amuf.o Nevin-, L. B.. T. P., err.brr.ees the lutoroa.iona! 'eti. of I.eo:iK I'.-r three yejii4. l-.vety past' r, teacher, and fainilviieeil it. i'.ntlornod by 1'iesnleiits Me 'osh' r bleigl, Kin.-, Wallace, Bishops Simpson. Stc-ohen?. Haven, anil the Mergy iiirl Press in all parts of the eoiin ry. Au-ents w.mt-d. I.beral tenvs (.iven. Addren I IK .LEU .t .UcCUnOY, IH An h St., Phila delphia, P.-. V work ofint"iise interest and iutriusio value. OCEAN'S STGF.V. l',v t he lit-d son of tht: famous "f I'.TEI, 'AliEEV." Th.- result of great historihal re seareli. An authentic History of Navigation and i: manifold 1 woo vena 9 nil ce the l-'lt.od. Vlxiunds with startling incidents, Tearful lhs isters, Lawless Litaei':s. Bloody battles and iloriou-; Aci.ievi merits; also dt scribes Hiving, elcgradhinjj, Ocau Iisherus, Ac. Over 1,10 spirited tut.i. Subject new. Price Low. Vgents wanted. HUBBARD BEOS., Tubs., 17s Sampson St., I'hila., Pa- Petersburg-, Va. Wldi nearly down lay aside the C. T. ASVGI F Heuder.-.oti, JJ. C. WfcW ADyERTISEMESTS. Working Cln?gS&&i Sofnc ctab'oicmifljgnncBt t ht.we. day or 3v. -,i,.p; no cvintali-equi ed;;fuU im traction md valuable package of 3X)ds sent free bj nail. Adtirass, with sis ,6Bt return BtimFf .r. Young & Co , j73re(owich A WRITE FOR LARGE ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIS! Address 1 SciaiTB n FLQ ST PITTSBURGH fA. r,rf..l,.l, ,lmrr U,nt.(lniiB. t40trti300. Double Shot Gnan 8 to 15U buiglo Gujjs, $3 .to ?20. Kirtes, 58 ta 75. iievolvers, 6 to ?2o. Tisto s. il"to $8. jtiuu ;jatoiial, .TishiuR TaeiUe argo discount to dealers or clnbs. Anus Gu is. Revolvers, .tc., bought or traded tor. Go ids seat by express 0. O. D. to be exanun 1 b-tforo liaid fur. . " . ". The startlin- drawback on nearly all medi cinal agents has tw been that in the r pro cess ol purgation aud pr rification they liay also debilitated the svste r.i! lo ooviate this diffienliy physicians have long sougnt lor ai. agent thai would PURGE, PURIFY & STREXGTUE At f ne and the same time. Their research has at last been rewarded by a discovery which fully realizes ..be fondest f flw niodiea,. facilttv. and which i? instlv regarded as the most important triumph that "Pharmacy has ever achieved. This im portant desideratum is Dr. Tutt's Vegetable Livtx Pill. Which purifv the blood a.id remove all cor rupt humors and unhealthy accumulations from the body, and yet produces ro weakness or lassitude 'whatever, but on tbo contrary tones the stomach and invigorates the V.od during the progress of tln ir operation. They unite the heretofore irreconcilable qualifies of a Stiengthenirg Purgative and a Purifying Tonic. Dr Tuft's Pill are the most active ard search ing medicine in existence. They at orce at tack the very root of diseases, and their action is so prompt that hi an hour or two after they are t ikeii the pati-nt is aware of their good effects. They may be taken a, any time with out restraint of diet or occupation; they pro duce neither nausea, griping or debility, and as a family medicine tliev have no rival. Price '25 cems a box. Sold bv r-,11 Druggists. Piincipal office, 18 and 20 Tlatt .St., Ji'York. FETERSIIIRC;!!. ESTABLISHED 1830. UOI'.T. A. VATTIN. ROB'I tl- hill- R0BT. A. MARTIN & CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSI 03 mj:r viiaxts, No. 2 Iron Front, Petersburi?. Va. ; AITdlFUL I'KF.SONAT, AT- i -- tontion given to the r, ilo of Cotton, To- t.'iicco, v J.eat, ( orn. c. w?OrtUTH liJlctlVor '(iot-tiK at roa Bimal.lt j puces for ( 'iixl: or xhort liuio to responsible, puiiftn.iletiiiioii.irs. July 13-ly !T. II. tRIFI'IX, Rocky ITount. A?t. i F.ST ARL1&H EL lfll. u. n, kcilwaixs, t"i:A-x potts. 8. P. nninamts, I1K1IAJI, M t- I 1j XV A 1 X K & C O. w . H HOLKSALE fiROCT.nS AXD Coininission Merchants. ct TRlill rs, Xl. Tvvr; 1 1 rt,Ti ItiVO-'i r tor.r rw- as. M. Walsh. MAXl'FACIl IlF.lt OF tones 0M UV r.VEHY DESCEIPTION imill, PLUMBER'S SUBS, il SYCAMORE STREET. j.ny 2 ly Bar and Grocery. I takp thin iw-iiig rf ir.rurn.inR tbo public qi-ncnilly, and my uhl oiiit.iiifi.sin partifi;:r. tliut 1 am m r pfepared l oRer them sti.l Greatea Iiulnccmenln both in tb Liquor unci Grocery Department g. I liavi) vecentlv largely increased mv faoil tios for biifciiif kk, having added a capaciens and pleasant room to which TIIK BAH has boen reruoved, and it is now on of thf bent arranged in the Town. LIQUORS are moiv sold at greatly reduced rates. Plain Drinks of every kind 10 cents. MIXED DRINKS, !5 cents. The removal of Uie Bar hagenablod to me largely mci'iasc my Grocery Department, in which will !e fortnd cyf ry speeis of goods i" that line. J'heso arc otl'ered at the very LOWEST PIIICJGS, ami cannot be e3ctcllexl anywhere. Tho l.ighest cash prices "will be paid ior Hides, V7as, Sheep-Skins aid Wool, Knowing tiat I hare i n liand a large stoeu of goods equal to those ANYWHERE, I ask of the public a portion 0 their patron age, with tbe assurance that full satisfaction shall be given. A. B. ROANE. PETCRSBrilG, Va IMPROVEMENT O R. W. JOYNEIi, AND CounscWov ai Will attend promptly to nil professional business entrusted to him. liters !p Hon. Win. II. Battle &, Sons., Kuleisli, and to the Chief Justice and Associate Justices "(the Sopreme Cpm t of North Carolina. Will practice in Pitt and adjoining coUq ties, and the Safcreme Court of the State. Busioess Jitters tnav be addressed either to Greensille or Falkland, Pitt Co., N. C, Claims collccteil in any pari of the Stc mar.7-6m. " AOVKBtTISE-lfPaillS. OUR HOUSE. 'for flO.MK ti) OUR UOUSTi Ilf YOO J want a superior article. The very best brands of liqiiors alwjya on hand, including BE and y. , . WINES, GINS. , c ....... RUMS. A Good (Low Priced) . Whiskey always bk hind. T0GACG0: AND CIGARS. POTTED Tl UKEY .X0 HAM fOIt ; T LixniEoxW; ;: d o e p p , , r o n i: s- SODA A TE It." RoUcA-Ae & Porter. LAGER BEER Jf a Snporicr Quality c: DraugM l.:inki'i;i 1:1 v iu-uhiis ioi past al rooLioe will tuarciiit.c lifit 1 Will itA jy- h ive ti e toe ai tiele" of' (be very best (jmtiiiy ;.i "OUli HOUSE." J. L. COKEH. Sept.. 1 0m. TAilhOItO S9SS,OOQ IN CASH (ilFTS. To be distributed by the MERCAHTILE PRIZE MUTIOI OF NEW YORK. DAILY UHAWIXUS ! ! ! A PRIZE FOIt EVERY TICKET. 1 Cash (lift, 100,000( 75 Gash Gifts, $1,000 6 Cash Gifts, 5'.O()fijS0O " " 500 12 " " 2'i.0i 200 " 200 20 " " 5.000' 050 " " 100 400 Gold Watcnes tJ5 to 300 275 A'cwins Machines (JO to 150 7o Elepau' Tianot! each 250 to 7oti 5 ' " Meiodeans " 50 to 2011 Cash Gifts, Mlver Ware, etc , $1,50 ,000 A chance to I'raw any of the above prize for 25 eenis. Tiekets dese.ribii p 'rizes are caleil in (.iv'njH aud Ttell rn-d. On re ceipt of 2 cents a et-aie.l tiekut drawn with out ehoi "-, ami m-rl by i.iai' to any adtb ess. j Hk-r.z" Miiiul upon it wili L.- delivered to Hie Tieiiei noiuer on l.ai.it-riT t i i m iio.i:'r. Prize are iiiiineiliatelv i-ent 1 1 any address br .xpret-n t r i atom inai!. You vi-i; I Know what vonv prize is before oo pay tf-r it. Any l'i ie, csf!i:i! ged for another of the same value No iiheiks. Ouriairoi. ran le cmj on fair tlea'inc. Onyn' s or vhr lh js: T-'i.ir (! aiu; ran j be relied on N V Herald, .M'.f; 2 ', A fj'-T:iii-ir j i!ist'ib:ili".n World. S.-ji., ft. -t one o. t!; ! linmbn. of d.sy Y'- '-ei. y Tj-Ibnue, July 7 i J'iiey eive ceuer.il safr-ficti'Uf Starts Zi-i-: 'iinv, An-,'. -5. I.i:i i:iiFNt i:s:--tv Km.- pernuasitm 're ii-Vi to th-f i I'.viii- : - I ho is !: ;i -i -.. f.ie. I.i.nisvioe. ilrew i:?.ono. M:k I (at lie liat-Ko:, Ihsri's t ;!i, '.). 1 '."1. Mm. J.ir.i.iT. f-lake, .M. J.oiiis. hano, 7"o. aliiU"l V. J.nvu.i.ud. I'.osf,.: . 5.:V.-. V---f-oe p. lirae!;- tt. 1 'i r ' -1 r;r. WateU !. Mii Annie Ht.-o.i-l. y.etv ( ir .s, :.. I-.i.,oj v X.. l'iiiiif i ohlUih'.ls. " i". 7.o a. Onr C.'i-h (-i't i:i t ry p?(-!;'i' of 1 "o tie1 'ts eiiai ant.-eit. a tii-Uets lor tioljnr; II f-.r tv.o s": thr: tet- three d .liars: for nv- -lol tars; 1 n t r !:t:e:-ll d i Au -nts wiiil. d to whom w e olti r !f! r.'il i; tin e :i--ut- r. i I tiiai.-.uiLL- saitrla -ili.-'.i. ad i:t'.'. AVAi; YOUNCi. A:;:xt, 'i'llUrnadwr-.v. X. V. P. O. B..x U'1. jnnv'29 .St. rARBORO, N. C, n u.ti 1 AXIi Jewclors, I'KAI.EltS I.V F I N K JEVEI1 II Y, Sterling Sflvsr ami Pin led War?, WEDDING- RINGS &c. Jan. 18-tf. THe BROWN Cotton "(Criii. PLANTERS slioiihlesntnine the above, nniiicd old and rtliatilo iin before buying nny oll.cr. It, t'"ii:bines t'io ro quired qusililics of Simplicity. Str-ngth and durobilil v. . It gins fust rt'.id clean, makes excellent lint, (often brinjiinc; l-4c. to 1 2c. per lb. abeve mm kef), aiid is uni versally admitted to be tlie lightest, rnn nirm gin made. AVo liav, lmd tliitty years' experience in tho business, and wcr-mit every ftin porfect. Cms constant ly in the hand.s of our agents, to which we invite i nspi piion. Circulars, with Icstimonials and full par ticulars, nmv Pt I s, ' addres-inm ISRAEL F. VlO'X, l're-i.V-nt. bu, v 11 c'ottoi. din Co., New London, Conn. ti:hesi:i,i, keso. havt opened on main st, near the eridce A Family Grocery Store where they will always be lartto furnish their friends amMhe public with tuch (ii ocerics as jhey mav desire. L. C.TKltKELL. G. T. Tin; HELL. leb m-tf New Jewelry Store. T'lE SUBSCKllJEIl HAS PER manently located In Tamoro, mid will give his personal attention to the ret-airiii; oi Fine Watclics, (Jlock im & Jewelry. Having 10 yours practical experience in the business he guarantees good and efficient work at moderate prices, and would respect fully solicit a f.hare of tlie public patronage Will keep constantly on hand a fine Btle" tion of iriris. Clorlci,.Ji:we(ry. Soitf Si'vtr anl Pntftl Wnrr, Spr,f,,rhs, fr. At prices low ss can be furnished anvwhrre and every article guaraiitt M as rco-'ce-ite(l upon a forfeiture of double the price pai'4 for it See Sign of the Big M atch. V1'1". ,to the olJ Gregory Hotel ap posite It. B. Alsop's Store. Kespectfuliy, JAMES H. BELL. Befer to Capt. Biggs; IT. I) Tcel Genl. W. G. Lewis ; Wm. liairiev: J. B. Cof ficld and 0. .'. Lanir-r. march 7-U Tarboro, N. C EXCELSO iT, H H JS Is the best in use. It cannot be Read the Certificates of men well known in this county: - Jlftv 4. 1873 Messrs. lYrsrwEn, Lewis k Co : Oents The O. W. Mnsgey Gil I bought of yon l.mt n,. her. I find it to be all that the makers claim for it. I pi-ned over tv.o hnnrtred bu!, .'f eott n with it, and have not seen or 1 eard of its breaking the root; in fact, I have us ,i ,..., different kinds or gins, and am better pleased with the O. Y. Mapsey Gin than any rin 1 1, r ' used. . I:ji60tfully, J. It. GKKKs 6 Ti-bobo, N. r..Aprilll, 1ST! Messrs. rr.rMMKTi.'T.Ers , '"o : GentTenKin I purchased of vrnie e? Mkk.v'h i - fiins lnt Ht-fifMiii mid liavn no lipni'ntinn in ' ' ' " BENJAMIN M. B1UDLE1-. Tahroiio, N. C, April 22, Mpsr'-s. Pi-TOnrF.n, Lewis tV Co. t Gentlemen T purchased of your linrtKe ono of Mas.V' Kseelnior Gins last season, and I recommend it fir its faoihty in ginninc I never knw bo choked, and to test this I put an experieneed trinner to the work and it pinned sinnoti,',.'' 0'h"r exneiienoe l pinners tried to choke it by feedinsr oo mnob, b-it toiinl the pin not receive the eotton faster thrn the saws would relievo the seed from lint. The set 1 w, ginned clean, and the pin filled the bill as reeoninieudod. ' ''' Very respectfully, etc., D. H. UAULOW I have read the abor statomfint of W P. H. Harlow, and fully oonoar in ail he states ;n regard to the Maasey Gin. I have had one in use during one season. K. V.. KXIOHT. Messrs. P., Ij. Co.: Gents I pnreliasivl f yon hint nit-n one of Masys F.t.v.,,, Gins, and recommend it one of the best T ever saw. t picks fUst and nleau. llx;.. rii-n,v i Stinnerw tried to choke it. but failed. It would not receive the ci'ton faster than tlies, would relieve the weed. It conies up to what it is rcooinmonded. 1 Yours, etc., BYTIIEL BULiOt.'K. Ue also sell the COfKADE f OTTO PRESS. Gives mirt Satiolartiuu. PLUHMIES, LEWIS & .5 TAKBORO, 1ST. C, jo-3m Agents for Edgeconibe and surrounding counties. fg-Send in our (iriler.s eailv. ESTABLISHED 1 S5T, J. A. WILLIAM OH Having resumed the entire control of the Coach Busi ness Pt his old stand, recently occupied by Messrs, Hussey Bros. & Co., respectfully announces to the citi zens of Edgecombe and adjoining counties, lhat aiicru he fcols competent to rival any Southern market ia manufacturing No. i Work, and lie is now picpare-l s furnish Fine Carriages Phaetons, Buggies, U aaus Carts, Harness and every thins: embraced lowest figures, and with neatness, durability ai:d :i patch. lie solicits a share of the public patrcmi!;1, and before buing, purchasers should call and examine his complete Stock. lie offers unequalled induce ments, aud will prepay freight on all kinds of w.ak purchasers: at any point in Eastern Carolina. Special attention paid to ..Repairing ami Horse Shoeing. Tfe will alsu attend personally to all work brought to his shopd. P ii i7-3... TAUnqim, y. c. NORTH CAROLINA STATE JLife Insurance Companj9 Kaleigh, North Carolina. CAPITAL, OFFICERS: TT.-n. Kemp T. Ibitiie, Prtsi.lt.iit. r. II. Caieeri r.. Vice 1 e.-ideut. V. E. Hicks, Secretary. O. il, parry, DIRECTOKS, Hon. Kemp I'. Battle, ll.m. Tod P.. Caldwell, lion. John V . Cunningham, Col T, M. Holt, Hon. Vip. A. Smith, Dr. W. J. lhnvkihs, lb. 11. J.ihu M ninit., (J.-m-r:d W U Cox, C1 L l lliinipliri'v, C Tin.! juiphv, Co! W'm K Atidrtoii, J. t.n G il-. liiuns, C I W L Saunde rs, R Y MeAden, C"l A A MoKov.T J Yumir, .l imes A t.wi haui, P II Caniersm. .J C .McFie, J Ii Batcbejor. J C D.'aUe, Walter Cl.uk, W G I p cliurch, J J l).ivis, John Nichnls. FEATyilKS ANP ADVANTAGES. It is emphatically a Home Coniany. lis laififj capital ptiarantees street h and safety. Its rates are as low as those of any flrjjt-cliis aonipay. It ofli-is dubirable forms of insurance. Its funds are invested at hn'io ami circulated imiong our. ovn pt-' ).lc. No nntifcessi y restrictions imposed iipvn resiik-nce or travel. Policies non-lorieitable after two years. Xts olKcers and directors ure prcminent and well-known North Carolinians, wl.os r. experien-e us busiiiesss men, and wlusn woith and integrity arc alone surlicitti t guarantees of the Company's strength, solvency and success. TIIEO. II. HILL, Local Agent, Kaleigh, N. C. O. II. l'EKRY, Snpervisinf: Agent. 3TrGood Agents, with whoir. liberal contracts will be made, wanted in eveiy county in the State. OlSISI 1VIIIA71(, l.o f a 1 Agent. April 17-3in. TAlllJUKO. STOP AND LOOK. It will do you no harm, and you will pertainly secure some good. JUST FROM THE NORTH with a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods Embracing everything usually kept in a First-Class Dry Goods Establishment, iiul uli GROCERIES of the bent selection and a good stock of HARD W A M It Special attention has been given to the selection oi articles in the Gentlemen's department, a large lot ol Ready Made Clothing together with a choice selection of Gent's Furnishing Goods & Underwear The finest and largest eyer brought to Tar boro. It will do your soul good, if not your pocket, to examine his Hats and Caps, Neck Ties, &c Uut come and ece rue and I mil sl ow you sigh AHo f WM. S. CiARK. Ur J i1 choked, dins clean and last. reeoiiinieiidintr it as the bent flin T h,i .. 1 in his line of buMness at tie Dr. K- H. Haywood, Mtjlical D:r,(.t r. Dr. W. I lioyster, vss,'t Medical .1. H. Liatchelor, Attoiney. Sr.pci vising Agent.