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r ' n t 1 i "I f 0 ' t: .J . '. i i J B . Tl t ; ? .f Established in 9 822. CHILES & BATTLE, Publiklters and Proprietor. POSSEY BATTLE. - - Editor. TAllJUOllo. P. Cm Friday, : :": Oct29, 1375 Constitutional Amendments. We will continue publishing the ordinances passed by the conven tion, until all aro laid before our readers. They will confer a f&vcr on us by preserving tbem as we'Jl comment on them in due season. We make no apology for filling up our sp-ce, as we can give nothing more important to North Caroli nians. TooLato, ly Lore, T Z.ai. Our readers, who do not see the paper, will doubtless b abounded to learn that the last issue of The Era, contains several columns of affidavits, names &c, to prove that Mr. Hassell wa3 not elected in Martin. Why was this not done before the Convention adjourned? What is the use of locking the stable afs ter the horse is gone? We smell decomposed animal matter in the State of Denmark. This is the first intimation the public have had, that Elder C. B Ilassel did not lawfully represent the neople of Martin county, as a delegate in the Constitutional Cons entioo. If this gentleman had done notr ing else, the severe castigatioo ad ministered to Tourgee has immor , talized him. Tourgee sacriiigeous ly dubbed Christ a carpet-bagger. Thereupon Mr. hassell so . beauii fuily peeled off the carpet-bag cu ticle, that we called him the Great Tourgee Skinner. This has grown into general use with our exchan changes. And yet we are told the election was a fraud. This state ment lacks density. The sans cu. lottes would call it "too thin." Then what the purpose of this publication ? It is to delude the re publican voters into the belief that they were victorious. Alas. "Not in the legions of horrii bell can come, A devil more damned in evil to top Mcbeth!" Eolting. In Petersburg this eeema to be spelled Boiling. To an outsider it appears mysteri ous how such a man. as Col. Boiling can lead the opposition to the regular nominees. His reputation heretofore as a gal lant Conservative has never been m peached. Is it ambitioa that impeh him ? la North Carolina radicals seldom bolt a nomination. Ti.is renders it necessary to keep our own ranks -well closed up. Any deficiency in our own party is direct to the f nemy. We reret to see the names of good men numbered among the friends of Col. Boiling, and we devoutly hope to so thein align themselves 00 the side of the segular nominee-, hrfore it is too lato. The Index Ap-?al and News are doinjf noble . and we believe it w.'i be rwardtjd with i!cevs 2'.z i.lrcr. Tiiis oil a .1 v ,1- i)ii:4!xttJ daily ch-mj-d rutid . 4 !'u -s !aj List. 4It. John II I- ; .! I eotii'p etter est to Mes-tr, M i' U.indy, Jamn8 H Bcjals, Jr., find ";:nrit;M J Jones. T ese gentlemen assure the pubi'.c that the Eoruirer wi!! remain n Btaun'.'i Con -vaiive journal while Under thir c'-'u'e. TIim Enquirer Las ever been ono of the silde.it papers in the South. The reputation of these genrlemen aff.trd sufficient guarantee of its re newed and increased brilliancy. Mr, Handy is well liinwn as one of the mobt successful w tilers &outh of the Potomac. As corresp ndnnt of the York Tribune, his articles were inad with much interest, whereyer that journal penetrated. Vv'e bespeak for the Enquirer a ca reer, than which there is none bright er, and its future course must neces sarily be onward and upvrard. m m . Baltimore Ga'.eti?, 19ih. Schrosi-c's Air-Ship-To New York in Threa Hours. A number of pcuons yesterday visited the intersection of Bounda ry and Madison avenues to see Prjfessor Schroedar's st .xrable air ship, with which he propobes to vis it different portions of the United Stutes and the Old World, he ex plained to all the various sect'ons a:i I work'n? of the tiiiichine. Tt e ladies secmeil to be p:irtieularly interested, ;ind told the Professor "they would love ?j to take a trip h.'yond the clouds in his air bli'." If. : 1 ... .1 .1 .. 1 . ' ix - sain :o incui mac ne nevir 1 v.. e I .ti.ite to uinke an abctiit;cJl tor tli j ic is in thit when they m.de one trip thay always wishsd to go again. s. A number of applications hfte been receieed ; to take passage 'in the air.ship, and among them the application of Proffessor Wise, tht aeronaut, who with Prof. Schroeder, is sanguine ot the enterprise and a safe voyage across the Atlantic. Schroeder says he has expended years of Btudy and large sums of money upon the invention- and its final .completion, and tnat many scientists, and especially those of Europe, believe that all that is ex pected of the 6hip will be realized. Ia 1872 Schroeder states that he made an ascension with a smaller machine, similirly constructed, from' Brazil. Yesterday was the first day that an exhibition w given $f thsbig pdrtf6rirbf tie baUoph'' tTret propel lers, Sec. ji is Obstructed, of wire about threcsixteenths of an inch in diameter, is eighty-fivo feet in length, nine feet high, and eight fe?t wide. Its lifting capacity will be for ten tons. The balloon portion of the air ship, which has not yet been adjus- ted will be sixty-five ? .feet high, eightyrfiv feet , in circumference; and Bixti"ve in diameter.' It is constructed - of eighteen hundred yards (three cases) oi cambric, from which one thousand four hundred and ninety-six rcpes will depend, and hold the ship. The pushing and pulling propellers to be attach ed to the bow and stern of the ship are ten feet lonj and three and a half feet in height. These propel lers wjll be covered with canvass, as also the sides and top of the ship. The ship with the balloon portion and steering apparatus will be com pleted about the 1st of November, proximo, when Professor Schroe der will undertake daily ascension from the .Hippodrome, lot. Tbe ship'is to be worked by a crew 0 eignt men and Scroeder says he can readily steer it through the chan ging currents of the air as well as a mariner does his vessel upon the ocean. About the 3th of November he expects to start upon his first trip which will be from Baltimore to New York a distance of two hun dred miles, which he thinks he wil make in three hours . He has, h says, made seventy-four 'miles an hour in a balloon. The airship will be exhibited in New Yor Washington, and other cities in th Union, and the venture across the Atlantic will not be until the Spring of 1876. The ship was christened a few evenings since at a meeting 0 the stockholders ihe "City of Bal timore." Commsn Scum ts. Predjitdice. BrR. V. Pibc, M. D., of the World'. Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y., Aathor of "The People' Common Sense Medical Adviser, ecu, etc. I aro aware that there is a popular, an not altogether unfounded, predjudica against 'pa:t:it medicines ' owins to the small a m' UDt of merit which maor of them pse The appellation "Pa'ent Mediciee," does not ipply to uy remedies, as no patent bus eer been asked for or obtained npoa them nor have they been urged upon the publi m "cure alls." 1 hey are simply some lavo iie prescriptions, wl.ich, in a eiy exteusi practice, hare proved their superior reme (ial virtues 111 the cure of the diseases fo wbich ther are .eix-immnnde,!. .. Every i.vacticius t - '-as Ins fav.inte ram lies, wtiicii i ' "..-t ecmtniid or usr. hCuilMe li ' ; gi-eaieta cotifi'ieoc in ttifir vir; ut-1 1 ' !? ; ;M!i"nt does not knw I'.vi"! f -ri p L ! t . i ar. A- Uj-ifii secifr ,r?!.3!;..c (t (Tnjiii t,ii - !a.Cl 1 . .1. X :i k::'i! (j U (' ' .r it i : i r j -.' '- io ,vr :! ' .. .; ','t.ii iiave , Q i ,: i p. 'olj..hyi.!i. " 1. ! , if; 'i ll! , 3 o : 1 .".i". ir.irisfic 'V ; -. !!ii?7 ! IK.i .mm L lb Kiii- iucmi- C'" ,.''', ilia ;k-h jmsi- their cmip ii!.,:. uualiy wrttie"! ir. s 10 any oiit thf ii a emilie.l s hi t! pry ni'd.c.iie-. 1 : t c: is p; epre-l ! i ! t th tiMuu ai-ru: va.uable 1 K. w . , l-mii!a,,y rtinij.- wt)ic! tliey omp! nev-r own !;, iciiow how M- Le)itnd ij 1' :, I'li-de, ' i.r .r nv Tied t,to p.u.i.Hf'' ufoiiate to etilj"T n:.trlit to um" a j.'f t"uu of wlich it nnkriotvii t- t u, aiid di.t- ar.l a; i lifr pnxi ai ! !! mmly lic.iue it acccmjiatiie! liy a pnnlcil Mniemeui of i ls pmuerties with ui'wciioim for its u.-1 8oru pero;is, wl-.iie a liultiiig' :bit my medicines ate good pbarmacutic:tl com poui ds, object t them on th ground that they are loo olieii ued with insufficient iudumeut, ! I pro;io to obviate this diffi cu'ty by en'iettiening the people as to ih st HCiive and' fiiiicliuns of iheir bodies, the c. uses, character, and eympto;iis c' ;ease, and by indicating tl proper and judicions eiploment ot my medicines, together with K.ich auxiliary treaiment as may be neces ' .y. Such is one of the designs of the Peoples Medical Adviser, forty th"iBaiid copies of wh'ch have already been puhiiuhed nd sold at tlie exceet' taly low price of 81 00, and sut (post-paid; to any address wilhiu ihe United States and Canada. If you would patronize medicines, scien tifically prepf ed, ue ray Family Medicines. Colden Medicrl DicoTery is tonic, altera tive, or b'ood cleaning, and an nnequalled cough remly ; PLasant Purgativn Pollot',, . carcely 1. er than mustard seed, consii tute an agreeable aud reliable pbysicj Favor ite Prescription, a remedy for debilitated loDies; my Compound Extract of Smart Weed, a magical remdy for pain, bowel romnlaicts, aud an uurqnalled Liniment tor both human and horse flesh ; while Dr. Sa"e's Catarrh liei erty is known ti e world over as the g.eatest specific for Catarrh and "Cold ia the Head," ever given to the pub-l-c. These standard remoiies have been before the public for many yearn a period long enough to fully test their mat-its, and the ' est argument that can be advtucsd in their tavor is tlie fact that their sale was never bo U.eat as lui iny.Uie past six mouth. . a? A,TLSOH.O Lager Beer & Wine SALOON. KEKP8 CONSTANTLY ON IIAXD ALL 'he Fine WINES and LIQUOKS. Tl iiaOUo itud ClUAKS, next uuor to J. A. Wiiliomsou's. ERUARD DEMUTH, Oct 8, lST6.-tf - Propnclors. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. N. J. YOUTIOr WITH V. E.. Snow? & Co., MANUFACTURERS AND RECEIVERS OF 89 & 91 SMITH'S WHARF, BaltimoieiMl Oct. 29,lST3r- " -8m 'J,1L.-W.ll TMBPi Attorneys & Counsel ors at Law, Roclsy Mount, TN.C- PKACTICES in the counties of Edge combe, Halifax, Nash and Wll on, aud in the 8b pre 111 e Court of North Carolina, also in the United States District Court at Raleigh. FOR SALE OR RENT. THE- net and comoVtable dwelling on eaet side of Uhnrch streetrecectly ocenpied by Mr. John N. Vlc:,.' Is fbr. lS rent, or it will be sold pmateiy on - reasonable terms. The house has four rooms nicely finished, and adjoiuinfr it is a kitchen. There is also a splendid uaraen s;oi ana Stables. The lot is neatly enclosed and is one of the most comfortable and desirable places in Rocky Mount, N. C. Oct. a-ti. w. ix. iiiuttr. Want to Sell. WILL SELL MT TWO 8TORT DWELL iniron Chnrch street, corner of Tho as street Ore rooms and closets. The AJt house is newly painted and in excel- f liiw lent repair. One acre of ground is i 4mii attached under new palling. . There are mo ine necessary oat nouses, it U a bargain for someooaj.: I will also sell a feobd Piano and other Fur niture. Also several vacant lots on Church Street. All In Rocky Mount, N. C. DOSSEY BATTLff. Oct. 29, 1S75. tf IMPORTANT NOTICE ! J' THE partnersh'.p existing 'nnder the name of M. Weddell & Co., will terminate by limitation on the 31st January TVext, In order that the business may be closed they ofler their Stock of Good (part of which have been lately bought for cash), AT COST FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT. Call at once ud secure Great Bargains. M. WEDDELL & CO. Oct. 20, 1S75. tf Whitlock & Abram M ANUFACT CRERS OF And Wholesales and Retail Dealers in Sniokin? & Chewina: Tobacco 1-W3 main street, Richmond, Va. Always ask for Whwlnck & Abrmu's brand of Citpirs. They are the best and tht apest. For s.i!e at every Grocerv and Bar Room. Oct. 29, 18T5. " 2m M. MILLHISER & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods 1 Notion 1303 Main Street, Richmond, Va. W'r f.i' i a comparison of our prices with No'lln i ii m.t'k-ts. oc.J9-2m 8. !L M AUKS I CO., PETERSBURG, VA. ? --IT O '-').! lF.jkM Tjltitt P TttON.S t T thvrh-.'yar.. ri-ceivin.'' fbc finest as- so. t nenl ot F; re Frenca ind'Atnerictil Can 1 i, F niiT;, Tojr-; and Fancy Goods ver of- '-i-d in this ini'Ut, viz : Oi rystHlizt-d Ap-'f-t-", .t,i sl.,liz l ( h rrtes, hfstiuized Pi..e Ajiple, Ctovt..lizl Limes, Crab Apple, &c. (Jhocolate Fiftnc ie JosepLiue, Cbocolute Jim Crow, Cbocolate Wa.wrs and Cream Drops, Migar Filberts and E. Walnuts, Fiuc Cream Bon Buns, Parisian Bon Bon, fine Cream Pistacho, Burt Alinoiidf Roastod Almonds, Aimon Croquet and Jorri-ia Almonds, Chocolate Caramels ainl Cocoa Ciirameis, fresh-f.very day, . Lemon Tatjey aud Cocoanut TulTey, fresh eve ry etoy, - MALAGA GRAPES, . ' CONCORD GRAPES, . 'DELAW ARE ViB APES, Oranges, Lemons and Apples by every steamer, " " Califorui ind Bartlett Pears, New London Layer Raisins, new Loudon Layer igs, Fine Dehcaa Raisins, New Prunes, New Currants, New Pecans, Almonds, Palmnuts and Filberts Brandy Peachy, pints, quarts, half gallons, BraDdy Cherries, Pickled Oystrrs, Canned Oysters, Canned Peach 's, P .irs, Tomatoes and Corn, Surdities in .-U.irter and half b jxes, -The VVaolesale Department has not been aeg-iocted,- ' lt chaots v.ill find our store stocked with everything in our line and in large quae titles, wbiob we ean differ at the lowest pi ices, and they will fined it to their interest to examine our stock before purchasing, as we can offer them great inducements. Our Steam Refined Flint Candy cannot be surpassed. Tobacco, Cigars and Snnff, a specialty. Oct. 29, 1S75. 5t The Bast Household Oil in the World ! C. West & Sons' Aladdin Secu rity Oil. Warranted 150 Degrees Fire Test Endorrtd hy ike Fire Insurance Cotapanies. Howard Fire Ins. Co. of Bal'imore, Deccmber,S3, ls74.. . Messrs. C. West & Sous : GeVtletuen'-H.iv ng used the varidus oils sold in this ity for Humiliating purposes, I lake plensure in re commending your "Aladdin S-eunty" as th safest and best ever used iu our house hold. Tours truly, (Signed) ANDREW REESE, Pre't. IHT IT WILL yOT EXPLODE. Atk ym:r Storekeeper or rt. Wholesale Depot : U. W KsT "c OXS, 113, 116 W. Lombaid St., Bumui re. 8ept. 17.' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. M Pender & Jenkins THIS DAY ECEIVED Two Thousand Five Hundred yards Newest Styles Pfeid Calicoes. j ( Elegantly Embroided, Plain and Thompson's Coraete. Black and Second Mourning Cashimere and all wool Shawls. Woolen, and Silk Eep and Gimp for Lambrecanes and Curtains. Fancy and Plain English Chintz and Demity for Curtains and Furniture A most varied assortment Infants, Childrens and Ladies Fancy Hoso. Ah unrivaled assortment Children's, Misses and LadUs Cloth;-Goat, Kid and Kid Foxed, Lace and Button Shoes. v , - . - : v . Eight dozens Ladies Black and Fancy Kid Gloves, . Hearth and Washstand Rugs and Carpetings. A beautiful assortment of Silk Scarfs and Handkerchiefs. Felt Skirts, Felt Sacqaes and Breakfast Shawls, Salem, N. C, Jeans, Charlotte, Va., Cassimeres. Georgia Plaids and Kerseys, Virginia Sewed Brogans. All eizps Gents, Ladies and Childrens Flannel Under Vests. An endless variety of Boots and Shoes, several desirable styles made ex pressly for our trade. JES- THE ENTIRE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO CALL. -X3f Tarboro, N. U., Oct. iiU, ibtb. SALE OF LAND. BY virtue of a decree reudered by the Judge of the Superior Court for the Con'My of Edijeconibe, in the case of Wil liams, PUck fc Co. vs. L. O. Estes and wife, I will offer at public vendue to the highest bidder, for ca-h. at the Court House door in Tarboro, on the Cth day of December ensu ing, at 12 o'clock M., ail the estate conveyed ly L. G. Estes and wift .tulia, to Williams, Black & Co., by their Mortrae deed of Feb. 1st, 1SJ5, duly proved aud registered, In that tract of land on wHch the said Estes aud wife now reside, situated In Edcecombc county, lyintr on Fishing Creek, adjoining the lands of Dr. J. J. Girrett and M. J. Bat tle, and containiuir (1200 acres) twelve hun dred. EDSV'D COMGLAND, Oct. 13, 1875 7w. Conimissioccr. SALE OF LAND. BY virtue of the Mortgage Deed of L. G. tvsiesand wife, executed with power of sale, oti failure of the conditions therein specified, to Joseph J , Francis M. and Charles W. Garrett, to recover the payment of certaia debts specified in said deed, set forth and assigned to me ms trustee, for value, I will offer at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House door in Tarboro, on the (ti) sixth day of December ensuing, at 12 o'clock M., all that tract of land situated in Edtrecnmbe county, on which the said fcstcs aud wife now reside, lying on Fishing Creek, adjoining the lands of J.J. Garrett and M J. Buttle, and containing Twelve Hundred Acres. Also on the (4) fourth day of December next eusuing, at the farm of L. G. F.stes, on said laud. 1 will ff-r t puoltc vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder certain personal property in said Mortgage specified, consist ing of mules aud farming implement'. FRANCIS M. GARKETT. Oct. 18, 175. 7w Sale of Personal i Property. j TY virtue of a Mortgage Dee-3, executed MJ with power or sale on failure ot the con di.ions therein spicitied by L. G. f sLes and wife, to William-, Black & Co , to s. cure cer tain det.ts in said deed set forth, we will i flf-r at public vendue to the highest bid b-r, for cub, on tin- () eighth day of DeccUibcr en- j suii'g, at la o clock M. on the premises now occupied by L. G. Estes, iu Edeecombe county, a number of cattle, one hundred sheep, a number of horse carts, three larm wagons, one spring wagon, one carriage, two buggies, one mowing machine, one hor?e rake, lorty plows, a of harness, one cot ton e'n. sixty sows, . cotton press, about twelve muits and rigid liorses. WILLIAMS, BLACK & CO., Oct. IS, Itt. 7w T E. LEWIS, Dealer in Bscks, Stationery, Pictures, Picture Frames, Ci gars, vte., Tarboro', N. C. 13 constantly add'ng to his already lr.rge stock, lie has last received a largo blil eon-U'ing of 15000 Envelopes. 20 doz. Picture Frames. Chromos &c. Oct. 2.!, 1875. 2:a A. D. Horsier & Br. MANUFACTURERS, AND I.EALERS IX Raisins, Foreign Huts, Fruits, &c. 67 FAYETTETILLE STREET, Sta,lislx, 1ST. O. r-URVISHES the tiade with Pure FRESH V CAN DY at Northern prices. Seud for Price List oc 22 Sm Lot:r HlLLIKD, Grtt i.villH, N. C. Ma.i;Cellus Mooke Formerly of N. C. H1LLIARD & MOORE, tOTTOX FACTOliS AM) Greiiernl Commission Merchants McPHAIL'8 WHARF, NORFOLK, VA. Keep contantly on hand a large and vailed stock of BaiCifiuj; and Ties. General dealers in Standard Fertilizer. Liberal Cash advances made on couslgn-m-n's. jevo-tl. WYOMING MONTHLY LOTTEI "H. 3T, Draws ou the 8O1I1 of caU nion'.h. By au tliorityof the Lt'islanire. $275 000 in ca. h p-izf-s, 1 Chanci' ii 5. Tifi's SJ esich, or 10 for $5, leavintr $5 to be deducted iim ihe piiz safier 1 he drawing. Full particulars sent free AddrCoS J. M. PA 1'TEK, Oct. 22-3in. Lai aiiiie City, Wyoming. ADMmSTUATOR'S XOTICE. A LL persons bav;:, cl.i ns agrint'the es L x BL-iate of the late Williaiu li. Cherrv. or in- dfi4fd the j-state, will please settle with the undrM.riird or Tut AuornK.vjt Julin L. B. id-rs, Jr . 011 or : a lhf 12th ilav of O 10 er, 1876 TnU . . ce will be plead in bar ol all claims not pn .-.i nted. FRANCIS E. CHERRY. OoMVW. Administratrix. GASTON HOUSE, South Front Street, Newbern, TST. C S. tt. SXiii.T, P.opr.elcr 1 tf rflHE undersigned respectfully Informs his X friends that his SALOON is again re opened, where they can obtain as fine, - " If not the Finest Oysters," durina: the season. Oysters will be served ia the dillerent styles. BEEF STEAK, SAUSAGE, HAM AND EGGS, HOT COFFEE, &C , can be had when the market will afford it. Hoping to receive a liberal patronage from those wlio desire a gooa meal. 1 remain, respectfully yours, J. M. 8 FRAG INS. Tarboro', Oct. 15, 1875. lm " Our House " Bar and Restaurant. KEEP THE CHOICEST LIQUORS A Wines and Ctsrars, that ever soothed the suffering, or revived the weary. , hUaratig 0'CTergcs my customers can get a e j " &v And then, alter swallowirg one of my ex Meal at any Hour, OS SHORTEST NOTICE. OYSTERS, served np in any style, and all the delicaces of the season vill be found at my tabic. furnished to families at LOW RATES by tlie measure. A splendid stock of GROCERIES always on nana. .T. L. COKER. Tarboro', Oct. 1st, 1875. tf RESTAURANT Boarding House. MEALS at all HOURS ! YSTERS SERVED IN EVERY STYLE A good stock of CIGARS and TOBACCO always on baud. Soliciting your patronage. Yours respectfully, S. E. SPIER, CtS Good accommodation for Transient Customers and Table Boarders. Tarboro', Sept. 1st, 1S75. tf WARD'S BAR & RE ! J HAVE JUST OPENED A RESTAUR M. ;.ut in connection with my Bar. TABLE will be cimis ant'y supplied with OYSTERS, mi. I all oth -r edibles nsually found iu First- niss t-staoiisutiieuts. After the 15lh, Oysters on the Shell, can be had at any time. T BAR vill be furnished with the finest Liquors aud Ci-ars every called for in the market. TERMS CASH. JOHN F. WARD. tf Oct. 1st, 1875. & ilr tiu 0, WHEAT, FLOUR AND CORN! WE IIAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE supply of Arrow Ties and Extra Heat y Bagging. FRESH GROUND FLOUR of the follow ing popular brnnds: PLANTS EXTRA, which U universally ivn up 10 .-c the best Family Flour made in Am rica. FAVORITE FAMILY FLOUR ! LANCASTER " CENTRAL EXTRA M KNS POKK. RUMP POKK, PRIMS BA j CON and BULK SHOULDERS. j 500 Bushels Ccni, also the well known , Taylor Cotton Gin ! j Send in your orders. S. S. HASH & CO. Tarboro', N. C, Aug. 13, 1S75. . tf. ' TAX NOTICE. I shall attendHt" .tlie. following times and places for tho purpose of collet-ting the State and County Tax lor the year 1875 : Township No. 1, Tarhoro, every Tuesday & Saturday. T.wuhip No. 2, Piny Grove School Honse. October 27th. -V Township Ko. 3, Barflold's Store, Oct 28th. " " 5, Leggett's ' 29.h. " 6, Cherry's Nov! Srd. " " 7, Miner's Hilh (Cntchen' Store), Nov. 4th. - ' Towubhip N0.8, Sparta, Nov. 5th. ;. V r " 0, Willis! m Webb's, NOV. 8ih. ' Ail persons owimr State and County Tax are hereby requested to mei t me atthe above appointments and s'tilr, as I shall, after that time, proceed to .collect as the law directs. " . JOSEPH COBB, Sheriff Oct. 15th, 1875. 4W. FOB RENT. VONE HOKSL FARM, m-tbing fifteen t .1 ts co ton y-ar y Easily increased to iwtuty. Applictious made to Editor, or J4EP.CHAST, Oct.22 3t. ilufietd, X.C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. No. 6 High St., opposite the Carrollton Hotel, Baltimore, Md. Manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Gig Saddles, Buggy & Coach Pads, Winkers, Medical and Saddle Bags. r -. . DEALERS IN Sadelry Hardware, and Leather Generally for the Har ness Trade. We sell tba MULEY MORGAN and STONEWELL 8ADLES the great favorites with qnestrians, of the best qualities, and at prices muituuoe. E. The trade will find il to their interest to R. October 1, 1875. MERCHANT TAILOR, OPPOSITE HOTEL, FOP Grat BrKaias in Clothing, go to For Stylisl1 Silk Hats b to For KM Ch3aP Clothing, go to Pq j Clothing Made to Order, go to FOP 114111161 L'ner Clothing, go to Pqj Bojs' and Children's Clothiog, go to jPOF Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods, go to jQJ1 White Shirts, Socks and Suspenders, go to hltlOCk'S For Youtt8' and Boy a clothins s to Whitlock's JHqj, A cheap, or Fine Overooat, go to WWtlOCk'S fOr 0 ar,"e ac Handkerchief, go to yjj The best quality of Clothing, go to WllitlOCfc'S For To fit Very Large Men, go to Whitlock's Pqj. Fine Talmas and Frock Overcoats, go to Tllitlock's For To set a Bd CIsar cheaP s to Whitlock's For Satinet, Cassimeres and Cloths by the yard, go to yilitloclv's For School and Bobiness Outfit, go to Wrllitlock's FQr A Wedding Outfit, go to Whitlock's JPqj. The worth of your money, go to AVllitloCk's Tarboro, Oct. 1st, 1875. ly IEW OP Fall&Wi jSJT R. C. BROWN & CO S. lll the latest Jovelties and tlie best Qualities at the very lowest prices xi. o. brown -fc 00., September 17.-tf. MAIN STREET. EDGICOMBE-AGRICULTIIAL -WORKS, TARBORO', 1ST. O. Manufacturers of; Wagons, Carts, Plows, Gin and Mill Gearing, and Agricultural Im plements generally. We keep on hand a ?ery large stock of Seasoned Wagon and Cart Materials, and are prepared to furnish on short notice any vehicle in this line from a light one horse wagon to the heaviest carts aud wagons for Saw Mills. We make the EIGHT FOOT GIN GEARING, n the best style; have never heard ja;. complaint of. one of our Hovee Powers. We furriish & full set of Bolts with these powers: IV'ioe.$55 00 complete. Beside several varieties of Turning Plows wt wake a y. ci alty of the : " EDGECOMBE COTTON PLOW," trhich we believe has met with more general favor than any Cotton plow ever made. These plowa are now made after two patterns," one intended especially for use in bard, and, stiff land. REPAIR WORK done on Engines, Saw Mills, Gins, Horse Powers, and all kinds of im plements. The undersigned is manufacturers' agent for Engines and Saw Mills, LefFell's Turbine Water Wheels, Grist Mills, Pulleys, Shaft ing and Gearing. - s?'- These Goods are all Warranted. R. L. WALKER, Not. 6-tfs J SUPERINTENDENT. Harness, Trunks, Collars, that place them within the reach of the give us their orders. F. GRAVES, Soliciting Agent. ly. 0 TARBORO'. TV. O. -00- Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's mer MlgSEjL LA N E O U S . Piedmont Air-Line Railway RICHMOND & DANVILLE. WCIIMovn ION, AND NORTH WEST ERN N. C. I. w. CONDENSED TIMP! t In effect, on and after Sunday, Sept. so I874 GOING NOKTH. " STATIONS. Mail. L"s Leave Charlotte 9 15 P v ' Air-Line Jct'n, 9.30 " " Saliobury, 11 58 A. M. " Greensboro' S.15 " " Danville. 603 " Dundee, 6.18 " " BurkviPe, 11. 3.5 " Arrive at Richmond 2.2'J p. m 0 'j a.m io.;,.j 1 UPM 1.20 " ' fiOT " 8.47 pv GOING SOUTH. 8TATIOS8. Mail. Ei 1'iess. Leave Richmond, 1 38 p. m " BurkTille, 4.52 " ' " Dundee, 10.33 " " Danville, 10 39 " " Greensboro', 3 00 a. m. " Salisbury, 6.32 " Air-Line Jnct'n.8 (la " Arrive at Charlotte, 8.22 " rj(l A. M. 8.06 11 I U P. SI, 1.17 " 3 Hi " 615 " 8.25 " 8 43 " GOING EAST. GOING WKST. Mail. STATIONS. Mail. L've Greensboro', V 3.00 a.m. dArr. 1 .15A M co. anops, o. 4.30 " L'vel2o0 naieiga, a. e o.-i Arr. atGoldsboro, 11.33 O. 8.3XA.V m Si i .. P5 L've 5.00 " NORTH WESTERN N. C. R. R (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 4.3n P 5I Arrive at Salem fi.y '' Leave Salem 8.-4f a ii Arrive at Greensboro 10.33 " Passenger train leaving Raleigh at S.10 P. M., connects at Greensboro' with tiie Northern bound train ; making tlie quickest time to all Northern cities. Price of Tick ets same as via other routes. Trains to and from pointR East of Greens boro' connect at Greensboro' with Mail Trains to or from points North or South. Two Trains daily, both ways. On Sundays Lynchburg Accommodation leave Richmond at 9.00 A. M., arrive at Burkeville 12.43 P. M., leave Burkeville4.33 A. M., arrive at Richmond 7.58 A. M. No change of cars between Cbwlotte at, j Richmond, 282 miles. For further information address S. E. ALLEN, Gen'l Ticket Acent, Greeubboro, N, (?. T. M. R. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. TARBORO Female Academy. THE Fall Session will open the 3rd Mou dny in Seotember, coutinuin tw-utv weeks, with an intermission of one week at Christmas. The Trustees have appropriated funds !or improvements and repaie, when com pleted, will furnish everything neeesary lor comfort and convenience. In requesting tbe patronage of the publ'id we feel assured that we can oiler as thorough a course of instruction and as careful trmu ing in mauncrs aud morals as any school in the country. The standard of scholarship is hiyli ; tlie moral tJne of the pupils iuot excel lent. Terms, invariably half in adrann: Board, with Englieh Tuition, f 100 O'i Munic, with use of Instrument, 30 HO Vocal, 16 00 l.ancuafres, each, 10 00 Tuition for day pupils $10, 61S. accord inj; to advancement. Boarders furnish toeir own towels and table napkins. Charges made from date of enti anoe, after which 110 deductiun, except Inr extreme sickness, uud in w case fr li-ss than one month. M.F. PENUEK. RkfbkfnCEs Rt. nev. J W. Atkinson; R-v. J. B. Cijeshi-e, D U.; Hon. Geo. How ard ; W. M. Pipjieu. Eiq ; XV. 11. .Iidiuston, Ksq.; I) Pend. r, E-q , Tarbo.o, N. C. J. A. Eugdh'trd, W ihuiuton, N. C Address MRS. GEN. PENDF.R, Aug 0 tf i'iinc'tptd. TO TilEPUBLlC ! Board Reduced from 82.50 per day to $2.00! THE undersigned desires to inform tbe public that he is still at the old tlow.ud House, now known as Adams' Hotel, where he will be pleased to entertain his friends and the travelling putdic iu general. Comfortable Rooms and Clean Beds Always! TABLE FARE as good as the market will possibly afford at th low rates ol fJ.OOper day ! Those of his patrons who are in arrtare are hereby notified to come forward aud set tle up. It takes money to buy provisions. O. F. ADAMS. Tarboro'. July 23, 1305. tf. The Reason Why LAZARUS & MORRIS' Celebrated Perfected Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Have met with such extraordinary success and arc so mnrh in demand is because ihey are found to possess all the qualities we claim for them, viz: Purity and hardness of material (therefore not liable to scratch), bri limey of finish, strenjrthening and preserving power, and conferring an amount of case and comfort attained by do other Glasses in the worl j. They are without doubt the most perfect and scientifically accurate Lenses ever manufac tured, and last many years without change, For sale iu this locality only by JAMES H. BELL, Watchmaker and Jeweler, LAZARUS, MORRIS & CO., Wholesale Drpot. ISTo. lO Courtlandt Htr. X. Y. Manufactories, Hartford, Coxjt, and Sheffield, Eng. Caution. We never supply or employ Peddleis. jj-:'y Manhood : How Lost, How r Restored ! JSvjIE Junt puld'Rhi'd, a new diti"n !?33?'' f 18. 'rLVER WELL'9 CfIE braTED EssaV on Hip r,"iiod r:rf i i; hunt inwln-ine-) m Spprruator: h"t a " Setnitial Weakness. ItiToluntai y i?ein'nal Lss, ImpnieKcy. Menliil an. I Physical In capacity, lu)pe.i'.ii,ei,:s to Ma'tiaoe", etc; nl m, CoiiMtmpt 'ii. Epilepsy atil Fii5, induc ed by ne.f-it,du!f;eijce or texnal rxtiava- HT" Pi ice, iu a sealed envelope, only r C-lllN. I he celebrated author, in this .idmirsWe F. say. cieaity df moi.Miates, irom a thirty yearn' .-uecev-ful practice, thnt the alamtins coriseqnetices of t-elf-abu'-e may be ra lical'v cured withuut the dai'sierotis u.e of interna; medicine or .th application of the knife; pointing. rut a mode of cure at or e sino.le, wtain, ami tffec ual, by means of which every 'sufjfver. no matter whit his condition nny le, may cure bims-etf cheaply, prirately and radically. 3 Tlii Leciur should he in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Siit under seal, in a plain enveppe, to any address post paid, on receipt of bix cents or two postage stamps. Address the Publisher, CHAS. J. O. CLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, New York ; P. (). 3"X. llndOA Per pay nt hune. Terms free. ' Address Q. Snasoa A Co., Portland :1 i! I 1 Maine.