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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Furniture,Carpeting,WindoMShades AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNlGHJ&'i PR- -if - - - T--r v . i -5 vr-" y - Sill r fe3 WfRSfrtT -i V.Mf.. "?A'f.' ii'T! rflVi1)! Salt THE OLD AJD KIXIAIIJ.E IIOl'SE OF iVOKFOLiK, A V., CiTILL stand at the head of the i trade and call 3 the general public to the very ltrge assortment of HOUSEHOLD CARPETING contained in tlieir extensive establishment. We guarantee New York varices on all our goods and onr well selected stock is phia. W e call special attention to our PIANO AND MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Wc are Ants and keep constant! v on hand a full stock of CHICKEUIXG & SONS CEL EBRATED PIANOS. Also Agents for GEO. WOOD'S CABINET ORGANS, all ol which we sell at manufacturers prices. : Catalogues and l'rice Lisls furnished on ajiplieation. uirl-tf I?ilT ,T OUT CHAMBERLAIN & BAWLS ram I Mmm IS RECEIVING ALMOST DAILY THE FOLLOWING GOO DS : Fine Sets Jewelry of every description, Fine Chains for Ladies and Gentlemen, Beautiful Bracelets of various styles, 10k Rings. Gold Studs in G'oat Variety, The Finest assortment of SiTcr Ware ever offer eel in this m arfceU MANY .NOVELTIES, SUCH A"j Handsome Snuff Boxes, Tobacco Bo KCSt Puff Boxes, &c. BEAUTIFUL ELGIN WATCHES IN GOLD SILVER CASES, OP ALL GRADES AND j?3? Watch Repairing ia our specialty, 3. w9 ga arantee that our work fihall not bo surpassed in any city. Oetober 8, 1875. EDGECOMBE aGRICULTL'RAXj T arboro'. o. Manufactdrcrg 0f Wagons, Carts, Plows, Gin aid Mill Gearing, and Agricultural Im plements generally. We keep on hand a very 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 vragon to the heaviest carts and wagons for Saw Mills. We make the EIGHT FOOT GIN GEARING, n the best style ; have never heard a complaint of one of onr Horse Powers. We furnish a full set of Bolts with these powers. Price 55.00 complete. Beside several varieties of Turning Plows we make a speci alty of the " EDGECOMBE COTTON PLOW," which we believe has met with more general favor than any Cotton plow ever made. These plows are now made after two patterns, one intended especially for use in hard and stiff land. "I 1 1 3 AI AVO I1K done on Engines, Saw Mills, Gins, plements. The undersigned is manufacturers' Mills, LelFell's Turbine ing and Gearing. Water These Goods are Nov. 6-tf No. 6 Light St., opposite the Carroiiton Hotel, Baltimore, Md. Manufacturers of Saddles, Harness, Trunks,1 Collars, Bridles, Gig Saddles, Buggy & Coach Pads) - Winkers, Medical and Saddie Bags. DEALEUS IN . ' Saddlery Hardware, and Leather Generally for, the Har- ness We sell the MULEY MORGAN and STONEWALL SADDLES the great ftvoritesirith equeMiians, ol the best quaiiiks, and at prices tint place Iheiu within the, reach of the multitude. ' ' " ' ' ' T-'-dte The trade will find it to their interest to give us their orders. j . . 'Jctuber 1, lb75. " ly. the attention of their old etistotiieis and the FURNITURE AND the largest of any house South of Philadel 1375! SIZE J. public to examio e our stock. tf. 1 Horse Powers, and all iinds jofjm -'.-v i. X for Engines and ajrunt Saw Wheel Grist Mills, Pulleys, Shaft- f ill Warranted. SUPERINTENDENT. Trade. ROCKY MOUNT. T.J. HACKNEY & CO., Kocky Mount, "N". C, offer the best Wagons lor $85 in the market. PHAETONS, OP AND NO-TOP Buggies, Carts, & Double and Single Harness -; AND ! Carriage . Materials, VERT CHEAP FOR CASH. Oct. 1st, 187j. 6m VISIT Till OF . FASHION! T II. THOMAS. Rocky Mount, N. C, has Jjnst returned from the North with i maguiflcent nssortmcnt of Millinery, Dress Goods, No tions, Ruffs, &c FALL HATS A SPECIALTY. He sells these cheaper than any rival in the trade. Mrs. Thomas, as heretofore, devotes her attention to DresB Making and Millinery. Warranted to suit, the most fastidious. Oct. 1st, 1875. . tf NEW GOODS ! w E HAVE JCST RECEIVED OUR VA. I STOCK of tiencral Merchandise. Dry Goods and C) othinar. Onr tiock of Ready-Made Clothing in beau tv. durability and jreneral excellenee, will etc fv all competition. We cau cJothe the far mer, the merchant, lawyer and doctor, in the BEST and CUEAri.Sl suits to be louna m the market. A full Line of Groceries. Call and examine before purchasing else- vrhere and save your luoney. FOUNTAIN BROS., Rocky Mount, N. C. Oct. 1st, 1!?7j. tf Mercantile SlasiLificesicc & MATHEWS ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Farmer's Rendezvous ! this popular stand the people are mak ing; grout bargains in their purchases of JJry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Furniture, Motions, and in fact every thing usually kept iu First Class Stores. FLOUR A SPECIALTY. Irresistible Inducements of- iered to Jobbers. 19, 1875. Nov Jas. E. Simmons, Xitt Street, EAST OF MAIN, HAS I STORE AND for sale Wardrobes, Bureaus, Washstands, Writing Desks, Cane & Wooden Seat Chairs, Extension, Centre and Leaf Tables. Towel Racks, Rockers, Ciiiids Basket Chairs. ALSO A LARCE LOT OF Bods, Mattresses cfe? LOvinges, All Cheap for Cash. Kp- UNDERTAKERS BUSINESS IN all Ua branches promptly attended to. -41 JAS. E. SIMMONS. Tarboro, N. C, Mar. 26, 1875. 3m THE ROCKY MOUNT J WE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING, of the best quality, for the borne trade, COTTON YARNS, COTTON PLOW LINES, all sizes IIEA.VY 4-4 SHEETING. Order from prompt customers filled without delay. TERMS .-Net cash, within thirty d:.ys. Address, BATTLE & SON, Dec. 4,- Rocky Mount, N. C. TIIK JAS. T.EFFETi Double Tarfcino Water Wheel, ilanufattarcd by POOLE & HUNT. Baltimore, Bid. 7,000 SOW IN VSEl Simple, Btrong, Durable, always reliable aud eati. lacjory. MannKcrarere.aiso, ol Portable & Stationarv Sneines. Steam Boilers. iSaw & Grist Mills. Mini "ing Kachinery,Gearing for Cotton Mills, Flour. Paint. WViite Too1 nA Oil Mill Macliinery, Hydraulic and other Jfresses,&c. Bhafting, Pulleys and Hangers s. euecicltr. Machine made Gcarin ate afrd p y ery best finish. Send for C: is; accu- ;iri ulara, SPLI1ID BARGAINS Jan. 21, 1S76 The Lord's rrayci An Acrostic. Our Lord and Kina: reiirn'st enthroned ou hi&b. Father of Light, Mysterious Deity ! nto ri me great i am the last the first. Art righteous, holy, merciful and just in reiius ui giury, scenes wnere angels sing Heaven is the dwelliug place of God our King, llallotted thy name, which doth all name transcend. Be thou adored, our Great Almighty friend, Thy glory shines beyond creation's space Named in the book of justice and of grace. lhy kingdom towers beyond thvstarrv skies: Kingdom satauic falls, but thine shall rise, vome, lei mine empire, o, thou Holy One Thy great and everlasting will be doue ! Will God make known his will, his powers display ? Be it the work of mortals to obey. Done in th great the wondrous work of love, On Cavalry's cross he died, but reigns above, Earth bears the record in thy holy word, As Heaven adores thy love, let. earth, O Lord; It shines traueeudent iu the eternal skies, Is praised in Heaven for mm the Saviour dies In songs immortal, angels laud his name. Heaven shouts for joy and saints his love pro claim ; Give us, O Lord, our food, nor cease to ir've C's proper food, on which on- souis may live. This be our boon to-day and days to come, Day without end, In our etcrnafhome ; Our needy souls supply from day to day, Daily assist, and aid us when we pray ; Bread though we ask yet, Lord, thy blessing lend, And make grateful when thy gifts decend. Forgive onr sins, which in "destruction place. Vs the rebels of a rebel race. Our follies, faults and trespasses forgive Debts which w e ne'er can repay, or thou re ceive, As we, U Lord, our neighbor's faults o'er look We beg thou blot ours from thy memory's book ; Forgive our enemies; exteud the grace Our soul's to save, e'en Adam's guilty race. Debtors to thee in gratitude and love. And in that duty paid l.y saints above, " Lead us from sin, and in thy mercy raise Vs Irom the tempter and his hellish ways ; Not iu our own, but in his name who biud, Into thine ear we pour our eery need. Temptation' a fatal chirms help us to shun. But may we conquer through thy conquering Sou. Deliver us from all which can annoy ('s iu this w orld, aud may our suuls dtBtro3", From all calamities, which men betide, Evil and death, oh turn our tcet aside. For we re mortal worms, and cleave to chiv ; Thine 'tis to rute, aud mortal to ob;y. 7s not thy mercy, Lord lorever free ? The whole creatoin knows no God but thee, K-,agdom and empire in t'ay presence fall? The King eternal reigns the King ol all, l'otrer is with thee to thee be glory given. And be thy name adored by earth and Heaven. The praise of 4 ints and angels is thv own, Clory to thee, the Everlasting One, Forever ho thy triune name adored, Amen! llos iuna! blessed be the I.nr.l ' PERSIMMON BLOSSOMS As she roletl up her slovs and looked hard ataba-ket of tomatoes the remaiked, 'there's get up, pay up. bang up, go up, step up, climb up, but here croes lor catsuyi. If you see a ruaii with a Li dia mond on his shirt-front, have him arrested. It may not no Tweed, but it will serve him right anyway. Horace Greeley's advice to "Go West' va3 a glairing swindle. The fact that the Indians have been living West all their lives and are still poor, with scarcely enough clothes to hide their nudity, proves this. Xed andZack are sad topers been sad since 4th o July last. iS'ed told Z his nose was the last rose of Sum mer. V.. retorted, 'taint blooming alone.' They left a deal of ground plowed up, and both noses are poul ticed. 'Oh. we don't mind the fourth sto ry,' said an Ohio Congressman's wife in choosing Washington lo lgiags the other day : 'wo can go up and down in the ventilator.' 'No sir,' said a weary looking man on u street car to an ivdividual by his side. 'I wouldn't marry the best woman alivp. I've been a dry goods clerk too long for that. A subscriber to a Southwestern newspaper died recently, leaving four years' subscription unpaid. The ed itor appeared at tho grave and depos ited in the coffin a palm leaf fan, a linen coat, and a thermometer. 'It was iii ii. Franklin vho intro duced broom corn culture into this country.' But thousands of suffering husbands would prefer to see tho man who introduced broom handles. Norriston Herald. A young woman was asked by her minister if her husband feared the Lord. She replied Tear him ! Bless you he is so afraid of him that he never goes out of a Sunday without taking his gun along-' A very pretty Sunday school, song is entitled 'Put your armor on, my boys.' There is however a young lady who doesn't like to hear it. She says it sounds liko 'Put your arm around me, boys.' A Portland man, caught fishing for trout on another man's land tho other day, completely silenced the owner, who remonstrated, with the majestic answer, 'who wants to catch your trout ? I am only trying to drown this worm.' 'Stranger,' said a lanky country youth to ono of his fellow passengers, on an upward-bound boat, tho other day, 'if yer feel anything clawin' yer in the fuce an' puliin' jer hair out by tho roots to-night yer musn't be surprised. I has fits.' When a California woman defeated a lion in a hand-to-hand combat the neighbors were greatly aston ished but her husband quietly remarked, Oh, thats nothing. That woman could lick tho devil. What I Have Seen. I have seen a man build a house so large that the sheriff turned him out of doors. I have seen a young man sell a good farm, and turn merchant, and die in the insane hospital. I have seen a farmer travel about so much that there was nathiDg at home worth looking at. I have seen a young girl marry a man of dissolute habits, and repent of it as long as she lived. I have seen the extravagance and folly of children bringing their pa rents to poverty and want, and themselves to disgrace. have seen a prudent industrious wife retrieve the fortunes of a fam ily, when her husband pulled at the other end of the rope. The habit of being always em ployed is a great safeguard through life, as well as essential to the cul ture of every virtue. MISCELLANEOUS. Piedmont Air-Line Railway RICHMOND & DANVILLE, RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. W.. N. C. DIVIS- , ION, AND NORTH WEST- . : ERNN. C. K. W. CONDENSED TIME TABLE- In efft'et on and after Sunday, Not 28, 1874. GOING NORTH. STATIONS. Mail. Express. Leave Charlotte 9.1t p. M. 5.45 a.m. 6.20 " 8.34 " 10.55 " 1.12 p.m. 1.20 " 6.07 " .8.48 p.' " Air-Line Jct'n, 9.33 " " Salisbury, 11.58 A. M. " Greensboro' " Danville: " Dundee, Hurkvil'e, 3.15 " 6.08 " 6.18 " 11.35 " 2.22 F. M. Arrive at Richmond GOING SOUTH. STATIONS. Mail. Express. Leave Richmond, Durkville, " Dundee, " Danville, ' Greensboro', " S:iIi&bui'V. 1.38 p. h. 4.52 " 10.33 " 10.39 " 3.00 A. M. 5.08 A. u. 8.36 " 1.14 p. if. 1.17 " 3.58 " 6.15 " 8.25 " 8.43 " 5.32 Aii-Linejnct'u,7.50 " Arrive at Charlotte, 8.08 " GOING EAST. GOING WEST, STATIONS. Mail. Mail. L've Greensboro', S 3.00 a.m. cLArr. 1.35am Co. Shops, 5. 4.30 " - Lel2.30 " " Raleijrh, 8.33a.m. a 8.10p.m Arr.atGoMsboro, 11.3 " L've 5.00" NORTH WESTERN N. C. R. R. (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 4.30 pm Arrive at Salem 6.13 " Leave Salem 8.40 A M Arrive at Greensboro 10.33 " Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 8.10 P. M., connects at Greensboro' with the Northern bound train ; making the quickest time to a':l Northern cities. Price of Tick ets same.as via other routes. Trains to and from points East of Greens boro' connect at Greensboro' with Mail Trains to or from points North or South. Tw o Trains daily, both ways. Lynchburg Accommodation leave Rich mond Dailev, at 9.00 A. M., arrive a Burkeville 12.30 P. M., leave Burkeville .2 T. M., arrive at Richmond 4.34 P. M. No change of cars between Charlotte and Richmond, 282 miles. For further information address S. E. ALLEN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, Greensboro, N. C. T. M. R. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. The Hcason Why LAZARUS & MORRIS' CclclJi'ivlcd Perfected Spectacles aud Eye masses. Have met with such extraordinary euceess and arc to much in demand is because they are found to possess all the qualities we claim lor tin in, v:z : I'uiity and hardness of material (therefore not liable to scratch), brilliancy of finish, .-trenirthenhi and preserving power, and conferring an amount of ease aud comfort attained by no other Glasses in the worli. They are without doubt tic most perfect and st lentil: eally accurate Lenses ever manufac tured, and last many years w ithout change, tor sale in this locality only by JAMES H BELL, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Tarboro, ZKT. O. L AZAEUS, MORRIS & CO., Wholesale Depot, ". lO ;urtlandt Htr. IW. "V Manufactories, Y AHTFORli, CO.WV, AJ-'D SHEFFIELD, EsO. H" Caution. We never supply or employ i oiaiers. jy-iy rvo mi i i)i.iMi:rv : 'the improved u. s. SEWING MACHINE. A perfect working Family 31ac7un for. $iq. W" claim for this machine lr-t. Simplicity combined with Durability. -d. it win not skip stitches, but is f s sure aB the hii'h uriced machines. Its ;reat simplicity makes it the cheapest uiaciuiio in lue market mat will do GOOD WOl'U. Uh. The parts are all made by machinery, a:;d are therefore inf nrhmiwiKlrt o;h. it makes less noise in running, anrl works easier thau any machine iu the market. Gili. L' alike all other cheap machines th neeum enters uearty perpendicular, thus preventing; the breaking of needles. th. it will work c a any material, from the uunnesi iawn to tue tuickest Cloth. Mb. It has no machinery under the t.ihlo tn need oilinsr, all the working parts being ou iuo ami in siiriti.. 0th. It is a splendid Embroidering maehtnp the peculiar construction of ihe needle auow ui me use ot coarse silk for that purpose. Send Statu p for Circular. FA1UCH1LD & CO., lTii .Rleecker Street, New York City Nov. 0.-13-. P. O. Address, Box 47Sd. Select Boarding & Day Schoo HILLSBORO', N. C. rglHE Thirty-Fourth Session of the Misses I Nash & Miss Kollock's School will open oa Friday, 4th February, ISTfi. Board and Tuition reduced to 105. Circulars forward ed on application. dec. 17-2m FOR RENT! FOUIi ltOOM COTTAGE, SITUATED jiSLiuar Uendrick's Creek Bridge, just on the limits of the corporation. AN EXCELLENT SPRING OF WATER, cool and delightful, on the premises. Necessary Out Houses and four acres of ground attached. Possession giyeu immedi ately. Terms moderate. Apply to W. A. BASSETT. Tarboro, Dec. 17, 1875. tf R. B. ALSOP, GEOCER, MAIN STREET, TARBORO', IV. C. Choice and varied stock kept constantly on qand. my23-lt N- J. YOUNG, with E. J. Snow & Co., MANUFACTURERS AND RECEIVERS OF 89 & 91 SMITH'S WHARF, . Baltimore, jVIcI. Oct. 'JO, 1S75. 3m FOR SALE! O N'E of the best PIANOS in this country lor sale cheap. Apply to D. BAKNE8, Nov 20th. tf. Tarboro', N. G. FASHIONABLE .i f MERCHANT TAILOR, OPPOSITE -00- FOX "ieat arS3ins iu Clothing, go to For Stylisli Silk an rur Irats s to For Kne and Clieap c0111'11 s to For clotli'ins Iate to r(ier s to FOr anue ner Clothing, go to s' an Children's Clothing, go to 00s Shoes and Dry Goods, go to "te Shirts, Socks aiid Suspenders, go to YtQg' For Yoatt8' and Boy'8 cithins g to Whitlock's For A cbeap' or Fine vercoat' s to Whitlock's For A 80011 Collar' Tie acJ Handkerciiief, g i whitlock's The bc8t quality of Clothing, go to WliitlOCk'S por To nt Very Large Men, go Pqj. Jb me iaitnas and Jbrock Overcoats, go to "W'llitlock's For To get a good Cigar cheaP' g0 10 Whitlock's For Satiaet, Cassimeres and Cleths For School and Bubiness .Outfit, PQr A Wedding Outfit, go to Pq-j, The worth of your money, go Tarboro, Oct. 1st, 1875. 1875. FALL & H. MORRIS Have received tlieir and announce to tlieir numerous lricnds and customers, that they are prepared to exhibit the GREATEST DISPLAY OF GOODS ever offered in Tarboro, and at Prices to Suit the Times. -:o:- IK, Yils' i IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Bry (&oods5 Boots and hoes, Hats and Caps, (Rents FiiFnisMn oods, Motions, Furniture, , &e.5 &c.5 Thanking bur vors, we hope to merit liberal patronage. Tarboro, Sept. 24, 1875. CLOTHIER, HOTEL, Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's to Whitlock's by tho yard, go to ""hilock's go to "Wllltloclv's Whitlock's to WliitlOCk'S ly WHITER 187G. & BROTHER, Boys Cloli Customers for past fa a continuance of their MISCELLANEOUS. 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