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The Tarboro' Soutlicrnet .
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,UBMSHD t THtJSPT MORSES ST
WM. BIGGS, Editor and Proprietor.
The Tarfooro Southerner.
A Medium for Business Comrennicr.ti r
ADVERTISING RATI;!:.
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The subscription price is Three Dollar! a
e It Two Dollars for Six Mouths . and muM
be paid .svariablyikadvasm. .Money may
u all Teases be sent bymaU.aUhe risk ot the
i nhlisher. M
PIlOFEiSIOISAI.. .
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I AM A SOUTHERN MAN, OF SOUTHERN PRINCIPLES."-Jefferson Davis.
VOLUME 49.
TARBORO, EDGECOMBE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 6; 1873.
NUMBER 19.
ADVERT1SMEEXTS.
B. H. Bck'x,
ocfcy Mount, N.C.
Saxl.'T. Williams
Battleboro, N C.
BUNN & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys at law,
OFFICES:
Rocky Mount, Battleboro and
Nashville.
Office at Rocky Mount open at all limeV,
at Battleboro on Fridays and Saturdays.
t.! at Nashville on Mondays.
Business letters should be addressed ti
the firm at Rocky Mount. 1
CIRCUIT: vNaslv Edgecombe, Ilalifaj
ami .Wib-ui.
;C3ClaiiiVs, collected in any part !
North Caroling
Practice 10 the Snpreme and Fed
eral Courts. ?Jan. 4, 1872.
R. W. JOTHSER,
ATTOH3fE
AND
Counsellor at Y-aw-
Will attend promptly to all professional
business entrusted to him. Refers to Hon.
Wm. H. BUtle & Sons., liileisht and to
the Chi"f Justice and Associate Justice
ofthe Snpierae Court f North Carolina.
Will practice in Pitt and adjoiuing coun
ties and the Supreme Court of the St te
Business letters may be addressrd eit
to Greenville or Falkland, Pitt Co., X.
Claims collected in any pari of 1
State. tnar.27-Cin.
SWIFT GALLOWAY,
Attorney at Law,
Sllx7- Hill
GREENE COUNTY,
J vine 13-tf. N. C
Joiix W. White,
CABINET MAKER,
-AND
PITT STREET,
ear Odenbeinicr's Livery Stables.
TARBORO, N. C
.9-tf-
ChaniDerlam & Rawls,
; TARBORO, N. C,
Practical Watchmakers
AND
Jewelers,
DEALERS
FINE JEW E I-R Y,
Sterliug Sitter and Piated Ware
WEDDING RINGS &c.
. Jan. 18-tf.
1EW ADVKRTISEMEXTS
ESTABLISHED 1847.
V. GRKEN'WOOD.
FRED. QRK--WOOD
C. F. GREENWOOD & BRO.,
DEALERS IN
Diamonds. Fine Watclias, Jewelry
Silver-Ware, Clocks,
ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RINGS
No. 47 Main Street,
NO H FOLK. VA
peel a! attention given to tn i repair
ing of Watches, Clocks and Jewe'ry. fr:ne
fC3Hair Jewelry made to order
mill 19 ty
PEaLKBS IX
IV URNITURE
AND
Carp etl:rx&.
Corner Main and Granby Streets,
NORFOLK, .Va.
Jany 2-ly
T. II. GRIFFIN, Rocky Mount, Agt.
tSTABLIsIIED 1911.
('. 'Chronic and Acute Rheumatism, Nen
ralw, Lirnbago, Sciatica. Kidney and
Nervous Diseases, after years oi snflforins',
oy taking Dr. rillrri TrgtUMe Bbrumatlc
Rymp the scientific discover of J. P.
Filler, M. D., a regular graduate physician,
with whom we are personally acquainted,
who has for 33 years treated these disease
exclusively with astonishing results. We
believe it our christian duly, after delib
eration, to conscientiously request suffer
ers to use it, especially persons in mode
rate circumstances wro cannot afford o
JwaUjnonej Um on worthless mix
tureg. As clereymen we oerionsly feel the
deep responsibility resting on us in pub
licly endorsing this medicine. But out
kno ledge and experience of its remark
able merit fullv justifies onr action. Rev
C. H. Ewine. Media, Penn'a, suffered 16
years, became hopeless. Rev. Thomas
Murnhv. D. D.. Fiankford. Philadelphia
Rev. J. B. Davis. Iliahtstown, New
Jersey. Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence,
Towa. Ror. G. 0. Smith, Pittsfbrd, New
York. Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls Church,
PhiladelDhia. Other testimonials from
Senators, Governors, Judges, Conerosg
men, Physicians, &c, forwarded gratis
with pamnblet exuainina these diseases
One thousand dollars will be presented to
any medicine for same diseases showing
equal merit under test, or tuavcan pro
duce one-fourth as many living cm es. Any
person sending bv letter description or af
fection will receive eratis a le&ally signed
guarantee, naming the number oi bottles
to cure, agreeing to refund money upon
sworn statement of its failure to cure.
Afflicted invited to write to Dr. Fitler,
Philadelphia. His valuable advice costs
nothine.
Dr. A. II. Macnair, special agent for
dgecombe county, N. jy.lb-iy
THE
WELCOME BAH
AND
R. D. MCILWAISE,
FRANK POTTS.
9. . BBIDOtnS,
tl)W4Bl OBAHAM.
."orders i" his lice promptly filled.
R R. R
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WOKS r PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rniing this ah-ert:s'ni. m need any oca
SUFFER WITH PAIX.
RaPWAXS REAPY R5LTKF IS A CTBii FOB
fc.VF.KY. V AIX.
Itwasthefirstani is
Tlio Onlj-rain Remedy
tht Iwan'lv 'op the m-t .-inrnraating pain. alUva
latitmai.i." "n-". un I rntt i'ntM-'v:t-. wi.ether of ih
I. i "tn i; -ii. lioweU, ur vther j-Undawrursna, by
one applieiu-'n.
IN" FKOM OXE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
n.i mvtr vinlent nr KTiPi un; lhe pin tha
KB, , 1 T i :. iio t r.iMen. tn; m.Or pt.,e i. Nervom,
eoi-iiiic. or pri:r'.ei aim ui-tA m-iy suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
::.r. affup i.vstaxt ease.
INFI-AMWa i I' " "i-'.TUB 3LAPPER.
Iri. Vliil -Vi'it N f' Tllr. i!"VM.5.
J" CS.iKTf.N "K THK
SC.P.E THROAT. IMKFU'Ct.T KP.BATf.IiX
PAI.PlTATI'iV lr' IHr.
HYSTERICS. CROtf, PIPUTKRIA.
C A TAKKU
HSADAE. TOOTHM-, EHEUJJATIS11.
COLD CHH.LS, AGL'U OHU.i.s.
Theapplk .t on ofthe Ready ItMif f totbepartrr
pni ia w!ere lhe pain or diikcu.iy exuia wul aUura eaaa
"Tfv'orooah. h,!f a tumbler of waier will in
momenic.re ( II 't A M Kp.P . IRM .
Mr K .'ill i- V SI' K HrADAlIlK, PIBKHOa.A,
l.StvitBHY. i XVINP l-S'TUli BOWKLS,
attain TERSM.f -IN'v . . . .
Trave!r should al. cirrv a bottle or Kaa
waf Iteadv Keliel" w l.tli..-m. A lew drop, in
wawrwiliptvvent ...-k;.e- .r p .n.s from change oi
waier. 1 1 u lieiter di Freu. h i.raadi' or liittera as
umaiant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
TEVFR NP AGl Ernredforfifty cents. There l
BntaramadUl ae-nt!n Una world tttat will rurereyer
and Ac.ie. a id all other MaUrions, Biloiw, Scarlet,
Typhoid, Ye!...w. and oher F"erj led bT K AD
WAY S PILLSjeoqniekas RADWAX'a BKAUi BH
LIEF. F U'ty cent per botUa.
McILWAINE & O O.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AXI
Commission Merchants,
Petersburg. Ta.
L
IBERAli CASH ADVANT C MADE ON
11 coRsisnmenls .f Cotton. oot ij-ii
TTT
Wcarv
TiiSr-2 Is for 7sz.
;,UXos.
Hr! ART.
INFLUENZA.
Restaura xxt
JOItt F. WARD, Proi tetor.
; o :-
mHE WINTER CAMPAIGN IIA8
A. fairlv opened and found the above
"Well-Known Resort
fullj prepared foi the fight.
THE 13 YT?,
as heretofore, contains ail the pnrest kinds o
LIQUORS.
and the choicest brands rf
CIGYRS.
equal, if not superior, to any ever I rough t tc
laiboro. lne
RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT
ADVERTISEMENTS.
the Oarburo' Southerner.
Thrday. - - - November 6, 1373.
Bill Backstay's Courtship.
"I tell you, it wag fun iheia dajV
a hunting deers atd eoous n' Rich,"
exclaimed ar oil friend, Ui!l Uaek-
stay, "but I torsjot y.u
kouriin' story insif ad of
wnte.l a
huntiti'
The Panic ia History
A Brooklyn t xcha-se thtXB feel- y tro
lngij canaies ine rise, progress and "ubsi w tner eer a ic-mr
decline of the panic, hich rersion. b' srot in loe oitener'an' lord
it is beli red. will be of d cided in- bardrr tUn I did, hedion't live ariund
terest to the religions hictorians. of this clearin. martin I rai allers a
the future : fl ju' ii love with eefy-jjar! I eeo
,1. Now v came to pass in the fifth a td fliers loved the w I ilir. list
jear oi toe reign - of UlysseB, on of the tiarawt, pui wtieu oqutre mich
j esse, tnai many ofjuemoney chao win his latu.i? or jjuri' m' to
gti were gathered, together in the these parts, an' wheu 1 6rst aaw his
Templd of Mammoc. in the dtT ol Betsy Jane, I jit immediately fell
This unrivalled Southern Remedy is warraa-
4A1 vr4 4a Ans tain ai rt rrla MtiniA f tntliUIrt
or any Injurious mineral substanaa, but is I Qotbsm. Where they were WOBt to j 0 lOTe With l;tr bejond soy pre-
PU RELY VEGETABLE. gher and r b each man, hi broth- cedent.
Frr forty rear, it has proved its mat Talue er,o ;fh6 birfh-rLht waich he had. 1 "She was . Ion i sight handiiomer
ih all diseases of the Liver, Bowel andKid- ' 2 Fof these were song Of Bel &L, tbao any -picture tall afi; gracelul,
neys. Thousands of the good and great in who prayed not U' t the Lord, but with black hair an eyes. ao with a
aU Mparts of the country vouch for its wonaor- . " "frT Z' i.-h-w- :.u fi.i... k:...
nil ana peculiar nower in purilying tne lilooa, ytvytnx racu up u tus luiwff ; ia u iu ucm u u1
stimnlaUng the torpid Liver ai d Bowels, and a strancrer passed br. him thev nor your hand. Well I'll list say.
imparting new ire and Vigor to the whole . . J1 f ,u..' fn . i, . u: ..:i i
svstera. .SIMMONS' LIVEItltEOCLATOBis to It xo. that of all t he magnuaibonia girls 1
acknowledged to have no equal as a 3. 1'or their da V 8 were spent i- ever Btw, she was the uiagnumboni
LIVER MEDICINE. gettnz many sh.kels, and their l'-"
It contains four medical elements never I nio-rit.a in rintnB lurinor. I "It didi.'t take me bnt a short lime
united in the same happy proportion in any .A u , feoa f . . tl n..i.e un Inin1 . hnr rnr
other preparation, viz : agenue uatnaruc, a .iaCUU - r j -- ---
wonderful Tonic, an unexceptionable Altera- vx the language of t'-e pe pie, but CJinpany. the first lime I ?0t a cbauce,
TitoW?a?$S CfS 8ed Btrange words, that were as a that chance wasn't long a cummin'
du u' leiu u vu viie people oi ine "' a k1-" u ua a u,o
land. And they trafficked in pu s t0 our clearin', an I aoia found
and calls and s ocks and many 'bat Betsy Jane was goiu' to be lhar.
abominable thiners. So I coaxed Sis to put some extra
5. And they worshipped a graven iouches od my close -now we all wore
w li m a a. a
nome uiaae close, mem oay, out l
6. Now this graven image was a
strange god and a mighty one,
wherefore certain of the scoffer
among the scribes called him the
Almighty. And his name was Dol
lar. 7. And behold these sons of Be
Hal h d builded a temple over
gainst the -treet called Broad,
near to the s reet that leadeth from
tended its use that it is now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint, and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Jaundice, Billious atsacks, Sick Headache,
Colic, Depression of Spirits, Sour ftomach.
Heart Burn, Ac, 4c. Begulate the Liver and
prevent CHILLS and FEVER.
Simmoxs' Livrn Bxgtjitob is manfactared
only by J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Macon, 6a., and Philadelphia.
Trice $1.00 per package; sent by mail, post
age paid, $lo4. Prepared ready for nse il.oo
and $1.5o. Sold by a 1 Druggists.
Beware of all Counterfeits and Imitatio a.
THE TARBORO
BOOK STORE
image.
had one fine shirt that is, the busum
was made of tow cloth with m hetn
round tl.e bottom that would cable a
ship"
"While Sis was irouiu' it nicely ."oi
me, ona of the little brats fell dowi,
-fairs and most broke its neck. Si
forgot her ironin' an' run to it, an'
when she came back the iron had
burnt a tarnation hole l diant cute
Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of
B'wOKS, STATIONERY
and Fanov Goods.
Subscriptions received for
Appletoi's Journal, mnnlhly and weekly.
The Popular Science, monthly.
The Pycl- jjical Journal.
The New loik M(1ich1 Journal
he temple of the Lord, even unto n,uch al,0ut ' i'st 'ben."
the river that flowetii past the city
ot Gotham.
8. ow it came to pass th tt Dol
lar w;.s wrot'i with them, and s i ote
his high priest, called Jay, who
t ook-i d the sacrifices in his tei-
pe.
Welt, the .ueetiu' day came, an' I
ueiit, an Betsy Jane was there. I
uxed I er fur bvr coinpnoy, an
-he made me about as hapty as ever
teller wus, by sayiu' 'yes. I weit
home wi!h her an' courted her we 1
nigh ooto one o'clock, or mebbe a 1 1-
9. And a great fe r fell upon nil later. wneD il counneuced raiuiu
those who worshinW the o-od Dol- about the hardest 1 ever seen. iow
U.,?. K.r. to, to. .ad tbe; lolnta .1 .h. Sjuire li,d 1 . ... los cl,i ,,
LOOK HERE!
A T 11 n I hnsbeen I'lorouiih'v renovated &i"l improved
V V t I 1 1 1 -1 II 1 l.r.-i);.ra . rv t.- ,-ti.... The TABLE will be
1 '.niimi . 'j.pj t!ie very beat .lie nMrkot affords.
s r f.
D; YOUU WORK.
THE STEAM WASHER;
OR
Woman's Fr'nncl,
Th
Lit.-st, tSe fheap-st, the best no rjb-
bin?, n pounding, "o tnrriintj or tear
ing, ciuru-y cyimaer. aid no
Twer ty or thirty dollrra ex
Dense. iUiini does it all.
HEALTH I BEAUTY!!
STROlfO AST) PUnF. RTH BI.OOD-INCREASF.
OFFI.F.-H A N I WKIUHT-CI.KAR SKIN AM)
BEAUTIFfLCOMFLKXIOS 6ECUBEO TO ALL.
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparlaii Resolvent
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOSISHI.VO TURES : SO
OUii'K.SO RAPIO ARK TBK 1'HANUBS THE
i(IYLN0EKliE.LNI)KRTHKINKI.UKNCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDERr L L MEUIC1SE,
THAT
Every Bay an Increase in Elest
ani WeiffM isSeea an! ML
FvPrvlrnp of the RARSaPARILU V V RESOT -VF.ST
"cnnmiunicaie tlirwtighthe HIckxI. Sweat. I run,
ar.d..th. r Huidm aud ju.cea of the ymm thevis..rol
lif.fvr it repair the wastes of the ho.ly wuhnewand
iiin.l material. Pcrofaia, Syphiiu. Cnn-umpiion,
(li.ta.liilir dieaw. Ulcers in the thro't. Mou h. Tu
mors. No-lesintheOlan.isandotherpwiaof ttiesyjteni,
Knre Kvea, StriiaturoiisdiwiMryee trim tiie Kai. aDd
the worit f.)rrD of S.in diee. Krui,iioiu. fever
tir,scl lil a'l. Rinr vTorm.sol' Rheum.l-ryaipelaa,
Acne, n'.a sp..iA, w ..rmsiQ uie r lesn. i nmT.. u
cereinihe Wn and a I w aker.ini: nr.d pmf'il Ois
ch.ir);es, Nishinvirpau, !- olpi' m n.i ail wn-u-sof
theliOpri-i-'sple are wnina the rtiMiip Tuve el lhie
Ttrm lernt Mt lrm t hfiiuiry. andft fw d;iysT U- will
prove loany prm u-ini; u'i.ir e ihttr ol loeae forma of
die.ie its pteat powrwicnrc them .
Ifth pa.eui, diilv Hobii j rwi iced hvthewate
and decimp'itiiii that ia c.m.i.u.Uy mresting, bu
ceeviainarretnint! thine wast.. tn, repMira the aame
with newralerialmade from healthy l,lo4 nr.d thia
the.SAHSAPAKM.I.IAS aiiland iWspemre arure
lscariain; t heuoii'-e tbis rm-lx ei.ir.mei-.rei Its
wo'kof piiriflcation. and inccl la tlinunwhiiig
l'ie-of w-Msies. iu repairs will he rap'.d. amlovrvdav
th i,i pin llVel himself srowint: etierand mmni-Rr.
tbefui.lilii;eaui.K betier apuetite improving, a udnsh
aud weiihti icreasirKj.
Nit.nlvd.).-ihoSAKAri!iM.us kesoi.teut eicels
alii ownrmed.alaseiitintiie cure ot :hmow. srr
luliiui. I '.in-iim.innai, aud skia dissaaei ; but it ia the
Only positive cure t'-.-r
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
rrimrynn-1 Wnmb d!9we.Oi re). Ilahete. fror"y,
fc;op-,iaL-e..f Wnir, Inoontine:ic .it t'rino, 1 1 rit hi', l-l!-aae.
Alnnnilnuna. and In ail cae where there r
briek-diiKt d'poalii. or lhe water ia thick, rlm.d .. linxeit
vitheii'At-iicttliketlie wbiieof an esxtf, ortbreaii.H like
whiteailk, ..rth. relsa morbiil. dark, billoiw appear
ance and white none diiMdepoim. and whnttierels
aprickmg. bifninKKenantion when passing water, aitd
pain latlieiuall ofthe hack and along the Loiits.
Tumor of 12 Years Growth
Cured by lladivay'a Resolvent.
Although nften attempted, no nieihort
had Vjeen discovered t applying steam
-lirectly to the clothing, which couI? be
used in a profitable manner, lor domestic
purposes. The WOMAN'S FRIEND
washes without labor. It will do the
washing f an ordinarv ft.mily in thirty
minute to an hour. The Steam Washer
is superior to all other devices, for the fol
lowing reasons :
1 rnci.ls can bo obuiued at alt l.ours. liet
NORFOLK OYSTERS
ilailv received, and sold in quantities to suit
purenasers. a superior atsortmenx oi
C3rl'002TlOS,
Such as Sugar, Flour. Molasses, Cutter, Lard,
Cbeese. Ac, conetanuy on nauu.
Mv tbariks are hereby respectfully tendered
the public at large for past liberal eticourage
me t, and ansurance given tnat no effort on
my part wilt be spared to please in the future
JOHN F. WARD.
PROPRIETOR OF ' WFt.COME RCA
O. M.LK TT. JSO. VERMILLION. JSO. T. WHITE.
.Elliott ft White,
WtlOLKSALF. DEALKHS IV
jIQUOR s
No. 20 Roanoke Square,
NORFOLK, Va.
Agents for J. Burcgsrduers Old Virginia
Rye Whiskey. jary is-iy
rhrtrno, of -Onr Darling" is given to
every snbscriber.
Any bok n t in btocfe ordered at Pnl
iishers prices.
u.n. WILLI IMS.
nov. 2R-firo. TARBORO.
J. M. SPRAGIN'S,
i!fiRS,TOBf0, PIPES, 4c,
TOYS AND FANCY
ARTICLES.
lame ducks
10. And thev exiled on the King.
Ulysse , to come nto Gotham and
to offer sacrifices unto thei - god.
For Ulysses wo shipped the god
Dollar, even as all tne p ople did
j in secre', but he ore by the Lord
whe i he sto-.d in the high place-
a ii was an ointed Ki g.
11. And Ulysses came into Go
tham with cer a n of his pnry coun
sellors, and tarried at an inn.
Ulvgses was heavy with wine.
with but one roOt, an' as all the be
was full, Hetcv Jdoe routed out sain
..I t'l" young ones, and sent them lut
the lolt I went to bed, resolved to
ue up before any of the family fur
music good reasons as well as other?
'Hoys that was t ie last I lcowttl
until holy Japiter! I woke up with
the un two hours high, au' breakfast
oo the la'i'e, an' ae in bed. The
folks was all out doors, an' as I wa
And thinking about getting up the oie
wcuian came in an 1 posumed sleep
F !. 8-12 w.
TARBORO.
J. E. SI.MMOXS,
CABINET ISIAKER
AXD
UNDERTAKER ,
Near the Corner of
MAIN and PITT STS.,
TARBORO, N. C.
12. And the sons of Belial gath- tlU Mie wcn'' 1 tlu n K,oked nIter
fir thma vn WfithAr at. t: inn. breevhes, tut louoa to my horror that
and cried with oue voice unto the 'he hoU,ld that had ept u.der the
gj . I bed were ngajied in trying to punch
SAvi-irr. LfitthTvi.1rhitkenhr ho'e ,heia w,t, ,h,r ,peih
onto th voice of his f-ervants. for I a lunPe OTer thc to' of th
in! trihnlttion hath he ftl1n i hem. bed to git them, when tl at cussed
and sore discomfort hole iu u,y shirt B,iPP d OTer ,he bed
' ' ' "' " 'il,'T'' m
14. For their god Dol'ar hat"
withholden from th servants his
p e-ence, and there is much sorrow
among thy servants.
15. And certain of the pe' pie
w' om the sons of Belial had tat en
in stood near hy, abou' a stone's
thr w, and sc. ffed at the sons of
Belial, and spitefully
them.
post an' left, me hatigiu". head doiwi
ards. Then the hounds c iiiiuienced
woclin uie in good omest. The co
founded racket they made caused the
ole wo.nan an' curia to run into the
house to see what was up; but whe
thev see it was me they run out
again. I soon louud out I couldu"
entreated u,,'ce n,ucn headway bv pulhn' dowu
ards, so l Deto to pun up arus, au
1R Anrl fr.ir .r?Ar1 AVtftt AVta ! with a powertul luuge l leu ou lhe
Those who ha -e robbed the people J001" " precisely the sauie fix J jb said
I would respectfullv, once again, call the
attention of the people of Jarboro, Edge
combe, and sunounding s -ction to my unri
valed stock of WARDROBES, BUREAUS,
WASHSIANDS. BEDSTEADS, MAT
RASSES, TAKIiES. CHAIRS, &C, &C.
The laige majority of these articles are
have c me u to grief, and the dark
ness of night falleth upon them.
17. And lo! thev stood on ti er!
beads, and did many nns em'y
thin?s at the discomfiture of the
money c angerB.
18. And Jay, the son of Go'dd, an
h athe i man and a s:nner, Booffe
with the people, for lo ! he had rb
manufactured m my shops. And I now appeal bed the money chancers of man
iu our 1111 peuiia uj bubibui
he was in, when he first came ict
the world.
"While the ole woman an' the gur
were punching the hounds throng
the cracks in the cabin, X crawled uu
der the bed for rny breeshvs, when
plank broke au' I lell ri.'ht into a va
f luie si 'eked to the consistency ol
thin aiush, to paint the cabin. The
S'luire hcarinc' the ruuipus, came
er to tt e liiS', and Vhe was checker
off in the lull Iruition ot all her fac
ulties. I couldn't lieb uioiali!nf
sat by .her wdsi.l.-? how le n a per
son C ti set nnl vet coiistiino mi .our!
el she bfat anything nil hollo.
t I ever saw. I'o r old soul, slu
was so lean ha' the t nsqui.'ora hat.
eeaeed to. bt a burden: th.-v use.l i.
aniuier oo h;r -kull with iheir lil'
II lhe r "hi. smii J. d like a t'l.r;'
ffice, then 'hey would cra;ch iheit
heads ' with i' i-ir hind nd sa;
out of the window, worn our. Sin
eemed to gain h 1 tt!e flesh - after K
came here frcui Chcago, and got new
p'nts; but somebody told her that
er name was accidentally left out o
Edwrd'a Direc oty, and she fell ofl
Hgain. Shs hadn't walked any tt
peak of for the last tweniv-two years.
a it, uea to eontroi nor t think
w much she had saved on shoes.
When I look at the old calico cushioi.
ith its faded rotes that she sut em
bowercd in since she was 104, I heavi
sigh at the transitcrinesa of all sub
lunarian comfort. Her eyes gut si
weak that she wore seven pair of eye'
glasses for a spell, but they waru't
stroni et o:i"h for her to iret the so.ise
ut of her Scripture., so we had a pair
ol opern glas es mounted so she could
wear ih'tn on her nose She sat ut
the heftiest part of the day before she
snuffed out. and told me many things
conuaentialiy. one remembered dis
tinctly wheo Geni:nd Washington got
he cheek cshed that Oakes Ames
ave him for signing the Pacific
Railroad bill and she was q- ite a
big g'rl when Uyri- Fisld and Heu
rit:h Hudson brung lhe A ilintic Cotblt-
ver in the May Flower. What is
home without a grea'-rand'nother?
Flirting as a Fine Art
The scie c of society amounts
o little true art unless a ertain
genius goes w th the knowl dge,
and who will deny that th re is a
rt in natural tn t fo so ial in
fluence, as ther- is for all beautiful
arts? Some persons w; o have a
rar social witchery, who have not
any other form of g nius and om
women of very moderat ntuhties
in other respects, have an art of
pleasing that a noun s to fascina
tion.
One woman in famous attire will
gather a great crowd of mt-bles in
a gr nd hou e an ' gi e them a great
supper, and al shall be flat nd dull,
while fcome winsome little body,
without any fl shy costume or pa
rade, at-d even without rare beauty
wii' e ter am ner ci cle of guests in
a charming way of her on and
make them all at home with h r and
e ch other.
She plays upon their variou
tempers anl traits, and associations
as a master h.nd plays up n the
harp or piano. I have sometimes
thought that womanly charm and,
perhaps,, even what, in the best
sen-e, is called flirting, could te
tiPACE.
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Go to McClary's and gel a bottle of
Dr. McCabe's blackberry brandy.
Pon't brin any jjreen thin g home
t make tl e children sick.
Don'i h rget tl.e et al oil and thtt
demijohn, and be mic to keep Mum
8 -parate.
G lo Clee V i ml m t a bottle of
syrup of llacklen v and ginger.
(i-i a boitle of cegnac brandy.
Keep away from M-cn. t aly ponds,
u 1 -ss thoy are lillt d u .
If you st.c any good dihinlcctanls
riiin some Lome --
Get a few pounds of crackers and
rice, and some oatmeal.
Tf you see iho doctor ask him to
.rive you a prescription lor the
cholera.
Be careful and don't bicak lhe dem-
Johnny n e'ds a pair of shoes.
l'on had beUer tall nt the drug
-tore and ;e who has got the cholera
medicine.
Mow, don't forget any of these
things, and keep this list in your hat
where you can find it.
Conic home early.
About fiur o'clock yestetdav after
noon the man wit1) the m njurandiuu
'mght have been seen going out Broad
way with all his borsa could draw, his
carryall resembling the hospital sup
ply train of an army corps. If the
cholera ever goes out iu that direction
it Will meet with a warm reception.
1st. It doe its own work, thereby av
inz a large portion of the time usually
taken in a lamily.
2d. It uses much less soap than is re
quired by any ether method.
..il Tt leonires no attention whatever
w t ilfi the Process of cleaning is going on
A lady can do ber washing while she is
ea ino; her breakfast and doing up tne
breakfast dishes.
4tVi Clothinir wears double the lime,
ashed n ibis washer that it will washed
i.v a midline, or bv hand-labor, or a wash
board.
5lh. Lace curtains, and nil fine fabrics,
nre W;iKh d in a superior manner. All
fabrics, Irorn the finest lace to a bed-blanket.
CH be washed pel f cctly, and with
ease, without the rubbing-board.
It is truly a Iiabor and
1 lollies Saving Invention.
I could iv thorsand-t of certificates as
to mei'it, tm none can b mvtirified nntil
ihey see it in . pe ration. It only needs to
be seen to he as t. eriated.
B. D. Brickhouse,
M AS'CFaCTL'REU OP
Farm &Spring Wagons
CARTS, TRICKS, DRAYS, &c,
No. 150 WATER STREET,
jany ly INOnoiK, v a.
Bucls. Horn
HOME INDUSTRY!
My
UNDERTAKERS DE
PARTMENT.
is complete in all branches, and embraces
MAHOGANY. WALNUT, POPLAR,
and PING COFFINS ; also,
FISK'S METALIC
BURIAL
CASES,
all of which can be supplied at the short st
not ico.
talo. ts, and he had locked up his running up the mil tumiciu the in
treasures. But he, too, worshipped w uiurdenu the holo lamily.
the god Dollar. I made a terrible spring out ot the
19. But Ulysses, the son. f Jesse, aod landed plnm onto the
was sore disgusted, for he said "t01eh of the ! '"w J"!1 " W
within himself- as entering, nockm the 1 breth out oi
20. Lo, now the moneychangers "im, m we then rolled dowu h,L
are -he friends f the King, and together.
have borne unto me many gifts of , 4-J-. 1 d,do 1 "uru to get my
ta TO;r,a anA ooV.ia u-nA close nor to sty good-bye, neither. It
frankiFceuse, and bull pjis . and h'y toe d,d" 1 s,,nkc! fire, "ut ot cv,erJ
mrhh.
maae one oi io ans, ana conse-
cra ed to ch -rity, and even t reli
gion.
That bright girl takes ha f dozen
s'riplings in ha-d, and touches
e c one in turn wi h playful gr ce,
u til they ur willing cap ives to
her spell, an I ready to buy her pm
c shions or wat h chains at t e f i
or go t church and worship in her
j layer book.
'J here is a li e in 'eed beyond
which this flirting cease- to be a
fine ar , a d becomes qui e busine s
lik and utilitari n, a practica' oper
ation in maki g a market and bag
ging a hush n i a useful but not
always ide 1 result.
Ye , as thj world goes, a great
deal of ttu- mission ry ork i done
by charm ng w men in u a mging
m- n m a tistia md legitum'e wa s
and 1 he Virgin Mary has no' all the
wo k of such i :ercession m her
hands or her eyes, although Henry !
Heme naught ly called her the j
c 'Unter girl of the Catholic church,
who won o er the Gotus and a
dais
Calhoun's Last Speech-
The Boton Commercial Bulletin
g ves this account of the last speech
f 'John C Calhoun iu the Un t d
Stater t-'e.iate
alhoun came into the S nate
chamber, sup, ored n one bi 'e by
his venerable and chivahic colleague
A. P. Butlei-, a d n the other by
James M. Mason, then Se-.-ator from
Virginia, subsequently the em i issa
ry t f Jefferson Davis at London,
tie had been unable to attend i i
place in he enate for several weeks
i ut had devoted his expiring ener
gies to the pn-paration of a great
speech in oppos ti n to the admis
sion of t aliforn a into the Union a
a free State, by which the t q ilib
riuni, or, as he termed if, the equali
ty f the slaveholding and o n-siave-ho
ding State would bo destroyed.
He was unable to stand without
sui p rt, and u cble to utter even a
few ,-hort sentence without difficul
ty. His larg , clear eyes shone wi h
supernatur 1 luster, his long white
hair brushed back over his head
flowed lightly m the a r. His face
was pale and emacia ed, so that the
c lorless skin seemed to adhe eto
t e osseous frame-work. The day
had been assigned for this speech,
which, it as evideut, would be his
last.
The seats aad galler'es were filled
to the utmo t capacity, and yet the
silence was oppressive, as if m the
act al pre ence of the grim messen.
ger. He calmly and deliberately .-ur-veyed
the eager faces before and
around him, and beinz assisted to
arise, ummoned strength t address
the chair, and request that he ;-peech
he had inte ded to del ver might be
read by h a friend from Virginia,
Mr Mason. After the c nclusion of
the reading, many Se ators gathered
. round the dying Sena or to give
e ression to their respect and sym
pathy. He le t the Senate Chamber
f r lie last time as he had entered,
8 ppor ed by the a ms of hi- to
friends. He w a taken to the " Old
Capital," and in a few days pa sed
to
21. B hold I will help tbese sons
of Belial for that hey may, in the
davs t come, bring mure presents.
22. And ho cried wi h a ' loud
Th iin.-'prs!:n.wi
ti.e 111 G UT l r th.
huvi-icr firchaseJ
DR. RADWAY'S -
Perfect Purgative I Esgulating
pwrwlv tastel'Kn Weptntly coaled wi'h wpct cum.
puiytf. rpjfttU-e purify, cleHn-an.li.trenii;heii K1
way'j r. Us. l..r til cure of alldiixwd -r-afthe t 'macU,
lAvrr. H..eU. Kidney. Ula.idr, Nervotia 1)icspb.
UeadacLe. i'iiDiipatiiin,('oatit-euei'i, Indit-esUnn.
pfepaia, UiV.ouaes. ItilinuaKaver. lnfiaTnmntion olthe
Bowta, file., a i-l all lpran(.'onn""W of ih Internal
Viscera. Wrran-el to effect a positive enre Tuiely
VeKtable, cocla-a.ng no mercury . minerals or de'.etein
ottt'truen. A few dn.ni of A DWA VS PITXfl will f rpe ITip
temfromallibe above nnme4diori'eri Price. 26 tenia
per Bm. SOLD BY ItRUOOITS.
READ ' FaLR AND TRUK " Penit one Utter
atampt" RADW V r.tt . No S2 Warren New
York. IufutmatloB worth tkouMiida will be seat you.
County of Edgecombe,
iind bavins made arrangemcnu with
Messrs. PLUMMMt. LEWIS & :0..
tor the man a Cloture of the a ue, ia
prepared to furnish them upon demand.
D.W. 1U1RTT.
Banks & Brown,
PROPRIETORS,
Just opened on
MAIX STREET,
Nearly opposite the Drug SI arc of Dr. A. H.
juacuutr,
The public are respectfully informed that it
is our intention to make onr
SEW ESTABLIS1IJIKXT
first-class in every particular, sr,: mar. ,,n
no ,. nniwl to iv (nttrosntistlaction.
v" -v . - .r t.i t.r.,.1-!
The house nns ppou ih.iph.,'".; i .......
is! .vi-ry:i.irig coii jcc'cd with the
13 All
. ..... i . Mt.AMA4av TIia apnior
18 ntiW all'l OI tiie utai. I1UU.K1.
nartiMT, Sir. llAMtn, woo uas uoeii "6'"
ni the trade for a long number of yoars will
have personal supervision of the business
nod the public well know that he is fully com
petent to prCBltie over a .car.
We Keep Io Books,
and none need ask for credit. We respectfully
ask for a portion of pablio patrouage.
H. BANKS,
J.H.BROWN
Proprietor
Tarboro, N. C. jaDel8tt.
I - - -i. 1 . 1. 1 il.-
I am proud to eav that the public in general " BW " rF" "4
have in the past appreciated my earnest Ui- I ana neaT'i nis w rus ;
sire to cive satisfaction, and they may rely in
the fHtnre noon my intention to give strict
attention to the bnsines, and insure satisfac
tion tn every department.
J. E. SIMMONS,
will-Rm TARBO JD.
"NOT ICE.
tone between lhar and home, fieii
thar aiu't no virtue in lust ruonin'. 1
didu't go hack for 'octe time, but rcy
lovo for Be'sy Jane conquered, and 1
returned, pressed my suit, ao 1 Won
Hots v is not that o?"
"Sam, won't you fill my pipe agaio,
it s Kote cloau out.
kels, the parchment on which was
writt ii the sum that the Kinsr owed
Just P.e:eived a Large Supply of to each man.
25 And the tern le of Mammon,
Ull(ilU'tni 1 IV. where the sons of Be ial cathere I
XV am. v aa. . m. - i . . . .,
. 23. And he said, Lo, now I will
A - 2 1. l.l.l -t X TTl -.
iaKS tue s.ieKeis r m xvt Obituary Editor
frcaanrtr on.l m --c t.haTri nn Tsi t.hf
i " The of- bouts iCepto lean rus u
OA Tint TTlvciaop rva -nnpino- 0 applicant for the position Ol obit
m or, all rA h fnoV from uary editor. His letter askiug for the
each man to whom he ?av the sh - h,,uat,?- R,Tes a 8am!,la ol h,s abl1'-
"That uudiscivfre 1 c mutry, fro u whose
bourne no traveler returns."
ities. He says;
Our psreoU) were wealthy but hoo
est aod of course we are now poor ;
but we can live on a very little, be
cause Mary Auo aod I have made
which 1 offer at
Very Low IPrices:
Also, just received aod to arrive
175 33-aa-S3
ISTew 1ST. C. Flour
From the Celebrated
MILLS OF ORANGE AND ALAMAXCE.
S. S. NASH,
New Iron Front Brick Store,
MAIN STREET,
aer 18-tf TABBOllO, If.C
fashion ?
together and worshipped the god oursclret into a pranfte and buy at te-
D. llar, was shut fir maoy days. . uil mt wholewU pricey
26. And lo, the-e th ngs are writ- Maybe you h .ve a lull corp. to da
ten by David, the Bon of Sit-ue, four funoy writing, ao if you will eu
scribe from the East And shall J w,1l do aoything iq the
not the history of .he days that fol- obituwun hoe ; it will auit rur feel-
lowed after be written in a lite ui" ? --j
beain an cnoD laceiy. ureatgrana-
no' her Peek died last week, aed
CXIX. She died once belore, when
she was ninety fix, but just after she
was .aid out ahe seemed to remember
somehow that the had forgotten to
finish footing a stocking for her
youngest aon. who was only seventy
four years ot a e, so the came to
again ; and aa winter w comio? oo,
and ao much knitting to be done, she
concluded to keep on for twenty year
or so. The doctor thinks if she aiu't
disturbed she is gone for good thi
time. Me aod Mary Ann sat up with
Why is a sheep a fit member for a
jockey-club? Because he ia bred on
the turf, gamboH in his youth, asso
eiates with blaoklegs, and is fleeced -at
last.
A Michigan doctor, who was arrested
because his patient died, has been ao
quited on the ground that he did the
best, he could, giving all the medicines
he knew the name of.
A Wife worth Having-
Thn II in. nb il (Mo.) Courier is re
sponsible t r ihe following: ''A geo
i Ionian who reside? iu (he country nu
nounced his intention of comioj to
the ci'y to get a few of the neccfsa
ries of lif--. IIh iood wif who evi
dently reads the papers and know
wha'. is goins; on, fnrnis'ie.1 her ''ol I
tcan witn tne following memoran
dum, recognizing the Tact that -'dieso
men are so stupid" and always forget
what they tre sent aher riut her
is the seasonable list, of necessaries,
-hicb, thounh not in strictly cle k
I'onn, neverlliel'.'s is to Ihe point, and
welt calculated to make au impression
on the mind:
Get a pound of tea.
Aod don't forget, to go to Drowa's
drug store, and get eight pounds oi
copperas and a pint ot carbolic acid.
Get a dollar s worth of loaf sugar, j
Bring a dozen lemo' s.
It you have a chanoe you had better
brins a bushel of line.
We ought to have a pint of grouud
mustard and some ginger.
Get a gallon of coal oil and a de n-
ijoho of whisky. Be careful aod don't
get them mixed have the cual oi i
put into the can, aod the whisky in
the d-aniijohn.
If you see a mce piece of calico you
might bring me enough for a wrap
per.
Go to Uryoskie s atd get a bot le ot
his blackberry syrup.
The fl ur is out.
Be careful and don't drink any well
water while in town.
Be sure and get a bottle of Ham
lin's cholera euro.
We ought 1 1 hare a dozen knives
, and forks for the kitchen.
What Jones Says-
We b;ive no other authority for it
ilian Jone hi in self, aud therefore
oanuot vt.uch for its trurhfulneHS.
Jonc told us that he was persecuted
iK'dily to de tli some time ago ly a
wiiii machine ngent, who wauled
iiiiu to make a pu'ehase. Unable at
last to end , re the persisteu e of the
tuau, Joucs says he bongr.t a civing
bell, aud went out 400 mi! from
lai'd, and descended two miles into the
o em to spend a few day8 ia peace,
lie had harJly toucl ed bottom whan
ne saw the sewing machine man coin
ing down iu the diver's armor, carry
ing with him a shuttle-feed aod sixty
string testimonials to tha merits of
ins Diitton-nole attachment. JOiifE
informs us that he suddenly rose t
the surface, and prepared lo suil
home; but just as the ship's anchor
was being hauled over the side, it fell
and upset the cook's caboose. sca?ter
:n the live coals in the powder toag
aziuc. This cau-ed a teiiti'! ospio.
sioo, and Mr. Joocs was b!owt i'jur
miles upward into (he r.ir. Jrjst as
he began to come down ho met the
sewing machiue solicitor coming up
in a balloon, with a r-ucket
oil it sam
ples of the lockstitch, aod a uio.kl of
his patent r-versible bemmcr. When
Jones full be was picked up, and he
sailed straight lor home. As the ves
el drew near the dock, Jones per
ceived the agent ttandiuz on the
wharf, waiting for him with a ' noise
less but ton -hole attachment." There
upon Joues h d himstdfin the cbin,
and iusiiu.teJ the captain to say to
the agent mat be, Jones, had died of
yellow fever on the voyage When
the sewio-maciiiod mau heard this he
seized a copy of a certificate from a
ctei gyma-i's wife, and then blew out
Lis brains with a pistol, evidently de
termined to follow Jooes into the
nxt "did, and sell Lim a machine at
all hazards. We give this tor what
it is worth. We only know that
Jo'i" win educated by his pann's to
belie, e that it ia wicked to ttlla lie.
all Jul
TARBJRO, N. C

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