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FumiturejCarpetingjWIndow Shades AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING. the old yo iii:liaiici; hoi'se or SS. u. STEVEKTS cfc? OO., Cox. 3VCa1z3. and. Gi-aiiby Stroots, NORFOLK, rV., STILL stand at the Lead of the trade and call the attention of their old customers and the tbe general public to the very largo assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND CARPETING contaiued in their extensive establishment. We guarantee New York prices on all our poods and our well selected stock Is the largest of any house South of Philadel phia. We call special attention to our PIANO AND MUSIC DEPARTMENT. We are Agnts and keep constantly on hand a full stock of CHICKERING & SONS CEL EBRATED PIANOS Also Agents "for GEO. WOOD'S CABINET ORGANS, all of which we sell at manufacturers prices. fi Catalogues and Price Lists furnished on application. inrlD-tf PALL OHF1 1S7S! CHAMBERLAIN &RAWLS IS RECEIVING ALMOST DAILY THE FOLLOWING fiOODS : Fine Sets Jewelry of every description,. Fine Chains for Ladies and Gentlemen, Beautiful Bracelets of various styles, 18k Rings. Gold Studs in Ureal Variety The Finest assortment of Silver Ware ever offered hi this market. MANY .NOVELTIES, SUCH AS Handsome Snuff Boxes, Tobacco Boxes, Puff Boxes, &c. BEAUTIFUL ELGIN WATCHES IX (jllAULS A.U Watch Eepairing is our specialty, aud we guarantee that omt work saaii not do surpassed in any city. We cordially invite our friends and the October S, 1S75. llill'i I1IBE AGRICULTURAL WORKS, TARBORO; rV. O. Manufacturers of Wagons, Carts, Plows, Gin and Mill Gearing, and Agricultural Im plements generally. We keep on Land a very large stock of Seasoned Wagon and Cart Materials, and are prepared to furnish on short notice any vehicle in thi9 line from a liht one horse wagon 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 our 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 nndc. These plows are now made after two patterns, owe intended especially for use in hard and stiff land. x&e:e.a.tjr, 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. These Goods are all Warranted. H. WALKER, Nov. 6-tf, SUPERINTENDENT. No. 6 Light St., opposite the Carroiiton Hotel Baltimore, Md. Manufacturers of Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Collars, Bridies, Gig Saddles, Buggy & Coach Pads, Winkers, Medical and Saddle Bags. DEALERS IX Saddlery Hardware, and Leather GeneraUy for the Har ness Trade. We sell the MULEY MORGAN anJ STONEWALL SADDLES the great favorites with equestrians, of the best qualities, and at prices that place them within the reach of the multitude. C. The trade will find it to t'ueir interest to gire us their orders. October 1, 1875. "1 - v ?V Vis GOLD AND SILVER CASES, OF ALL SIZES. public to examine our stock. tf. lj. ROCKY MOUNT. 1! TJ. HACKNEY & CO., Rocky Mount, N. 0M offer the best 'Wagons lor $S5 in the- market. ' : i PHAETONS, OP A ND NO-TOP Buggies; Carts, & Double and Single Harness AND Carriage Materials, VERY CHEAP rOR , CASH. Oct. 1st, 1875. i'-.o 6m VISIT TUB EMPORIUM OF . - FASHION ! Jn. THOMAS, Rocky Mount, N. C, has just returned from tho North with a magnificent assortment 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 Dress Making and Millinery. Warranted to suit the most fastidious'. Oct. 1st, 1S73. tf NEW GOODS ! -yE HAVE JTST RECEIVED OUR FALL STOCK of General Merchandise, Dry Goods and Clothing. Our ttock of Ready-Made Clothing in beau ty, durability and general excellence, will de fy all competition. We can clothe the far mer, the merchant, lawyer an l doctor, in the BEST and CHEAPEST suits to be found in the market. A full Line of Groceries. Call and examine before purchasing else where and save yonr money." FOUNTAIN BROS., Rocky Mount, N. C. Oct. 1st, ISTj. tf Mercantile Magnificence ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Farmer's Rendezvous ! T this popular stand the people are mak ing great bargains in their purchases of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Furniture, Motions, and in fact every thing usually kept in First Class Stores. FLOUR; A SPECIALTY. Irresistible Inducements of fered to Jobbers. Nov. 19, 1875. tf Jas. E. Simmons, l3itt Street "171 AST OF MAIN, HAS IN 8TORE AND d lor sale Wardrobes, Bureaus, Washstands, Writing Desks, Can & Wo odn Seat Chairs, Extnsion, C ntr and Laf Tabl s. Towel Racks, Rockers, fluids Basket Chairs. ALSO A LARGE LOT OF Sods, Mattrossos ? LOungos, All Cheap for Cash. UNDERTAKERS BUSINESS IN all its branches promptly attended to. JAS. E. SIMMONS. Tarboro, N. C, Mar. 20, 1875. Sm THE ROCKY MOUNT WE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING, of the best quality, for the home trade, COTTON YARNS, COTTON PL.0W LINES, all sizes HEAVY 4-4 SIIEETIXG. Orders from prompt customers' filled without delay. TERMS : -Net cash, within thirty days. Address, BATTLE & SON, Dec. 4,- Rocky Mount, N. C. THE JAS. LEITFX Double Turbine Water Wheel, Mann factored by POOLE & HUNT. Baltimore, Kd. 7,00 JNOW XX VSEI Simple, Strong, Durable, always reliable &nd eatia toctory. uumactnre, also, ol Portable & Station arv 'Engines, Steam Boilers, (Saw & Grist Mills, Min ing Machinery .Gearing' for Cotton Mills. Flnnr Oil Km chin ery , Ty draulio and other Presses,&o. Shaftingr, Pulleys andHanirers a specialty. Machine made Gearing ; acca Mte and elver? best finish. Send for UrtulArs. 9W Tan. " 237 1876 COME TO THE SOUTH- BY A. B. MEEK. Oh, come to the South, sweet, beautiful one, Tis the clime of the heart, 'tis the shrine of ' the snn; Where the sky ever shines with a passionate glow, And flowers spread their treasure of crim son and snow; Where the breeze, o'er bright waters, wafts incense along, And gay birds are glancing in beauty aud song; Where the summer smiles ever o'er moun tain and plain, And the hest gifts of Eden, unshadowed, remain. Oh, come to the South, The shrine of the sun; And dwell in its bowers, Sweet, beautiful one. Oh, come to the South, and I'll build thee a home, Where winter shall never intrusively come, The queen-like catalpa the myrtle and pine, The gold-fruited orange, the ruby-gemmed vine, Shall bloom 'round thy dwelling, and shade thee at noon. While birds of all music keep amorous tune; By the gush of glad fountains we'll rest us at eva, No trouble to vex us, no sorrows to grieve- Ob, come to the South, The shrine of the sun, And dwell in its bowers, Sweet, beautiful one. Oh, come to the South, 'lis the home of the heart No sky like its own can deep passian im part; The glow of its summer is felt in the soul, And love keepeth ever his fervent control. Ob, heie would thy beauty most brilliantly beam, " And life pass away like some delicate dream; Each wish of thy heart should realized be, And this beautiful land seem an EUen to thee. Then, come to the South, Tbe shrine of the sun; And dwell in its powers, Sweet, beautiful one. PERSIMMON 1 BLOSSOMS Subscribe to the Tarboro South erner. Sweet meets two fond lovers in a first embrace. After Washington had crossed the Delaware, tho enemy, oh : Delaware was he? There have been a good many fires lately. Do girls, be careful about your sparks. Why is your wife like dynamite? Because she's apt to blow you up if harshly handled. 'Don't let's havi any words about it,' as tho man said when he dodged the dictionary his wife threw at him. A worn-out parent in Chicago has named his baby Macbeth, because ho hath murdered sleep. 'Let's po and catch Tweed,' is the way the New York men about town asks a friend to partake a social glass. Tho most glowing passages in a minister's sermon will attract scarcely half tho attention that centres on the man who blows his nosa in church. A Pennsylvania father, ninety years cf age, boxed his son's ears severely for abusing his wifo. The boy is sixty. 'Old ago is coming upon me rapid ly,' as the urchin said when ho was stealing apples from an old man's garden, aud saw the-owner coming, with whip in hand. 'Will this pipo smoka free?' asked a cAntlflman who was purchasing a niiifi. 'Of course it will, it you can get r -1 your tobacco for nothing,' was the re ply. " A stout old w oman got mad the other day because tho photographer would not let her fan herself while sho had her picture taken. A fop, in company, wanting his servant called out. 'Where's that block-head of mine ?' 'On your shoul ders, sir,' said the lady. I am going to the Post Office, Bob; 6hall I inquire for you ?' 'Well, yes, if you have a mind to, but don't think you will find mo there.' 'Mamma,' said a little girl, 'can a door speak ? 'Certainly not, my love.' 'Then, why did you tell Anna to an swer the door this morning ?' A man seeing 'a sure way of pre venting bad dreams' advertisod, sent his dollar for the remedy and in re turn received a printed slip, saying, 'Be careful you do not go to sleep. Scene at a Virginia railroad depot- Two warm-hearted F. F, V.s bidding each other good-bye, Percy, this parting seems Use its mighty hard. Oh. its a heap worse tuaa nara, Plantagement its bitter, its bitter. Have you any last request to make ? Yes, said Tercy, the tears coming into his eyes, give me a chew ot to bacco. Brooklin Argus. Those Sad Leaves. She, a girl of seventeen, walked under the maples a month ago and said ; 0, leaves, you remind mo of crush hopes and scattered plans. ed He, her father, found them in a nail keg, the other day, and shoos them down in a corner of tho shed and said : There, that dog has got just as good a bed as any canine in this town. De troit .b ree .Tress. Too Extravagant 'Can I take one o' them yer splinters :' inquired a frontiersman, pointing to the box ot wooden tooth picks in a Chicago restaurant the other day. 'Certainly, sir, replied tbe polite cashier. The man took one, and backing off a few steps using it the while industriously soon returned, and carefully depositing it from whence it came, remarked to the amazed cashier, complacently: 'I don t see how ycr can lord ter keep them things. I notice so many folks take 'em off an' never bring 'em back !' And as he marched out of doors with the expression of a nan con scious of having pertormed an honest act, the cashier emptied the toothpick box urjder the counter, with disgust marked on his every feature. Friday MISCELLANEOUS. Piedmont Air-Line Railway RICHMOND & DANVILLE, RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. W., N. C. DIVIS ION, AND NORTH WEST ERN N. C. It. W. o CONDENSED TIME TABLE. In effect on and after Sunday, Nov. ; 28, 1874. GOING NORTH. stations. Mail. Express. Leave Charlotte 9.15 p. u. 5.45 a.m. " Air-Line Jct'n, 9.33 " 6.20 " " Salishury, 11.58 A. v. 8.34 " " Greensboro" 3.15 " 10.55 " " Danville. 6.08 " 1.12 p.m. " Dundee,' 6.18 " 1.20 " " Burkville, 11.35 " 6.07 Arrive at Richmond, 2.22 r. M. 8.48 p.m GOINGSOUTH. stations. Mail. Express. Leave Richmond, 1.38 p. m. 5.08 A. M. " Burkville, 4.52 " 8.36 " " Dundee, 10.33 " 1.14 p. M. " Danville, 10.39 " 1.17 " ' Greensboro', 3.00 a. m. 3.58 " " Salisbury, 5.32 6.15 ' " Air-Line Jnct'n,7.50 " 8.25 " Arrive at Charlotte, 8.08 " 8.43 " GOING EAST. GOING WEST. STATIONS. Mail. Mail. L'vc Greensboro', n 3.00 a.m. dArr. 1.35a k Co. Shons. 5. 4.30 f L'vel2.30 " JvitlClgU, O.Oui.M. CO Arr. atGoIdsboro.lll.S " (L've 8.10P.M 5.00 " NORTH WESTERN N. C. R- R. (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 4.30 r M Arrive at Salem 6.13 " Leave Salem 8.40 A U 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 all Northern cities. Price of Tick ets same as via other rontes. Trains to and from points East of Greens boro' connect at Greensboro' with Mail Trains to or from points North or South. Two Trains daily, both ways. Lynchburg Accommodation leave Rich mond Dailey, at 9.00 A. M., arrive a Burkeville 12.30 P. M., leave Burkeville .2. i . A., arrive at Richmond 4.34 P. M. No change of cars between Charlotte and Richmond, 282 miles. For farther information address S. E. ALLEN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, Greensboro, N. C. T. M. U. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. GREENBACKS eycji i;i;i) for cottox .' 7ITE wish to purchase FOR CASH, one to Y twenty thousand bales cotton during! the present cotton season, delivered at the I following landings ou the Roanoke and De pots on the Seaboard and Wilmington Rail Roads : HAMILTON', W 1 1, L I A M S TO T, IIILL8 FKKKY, EDWARD'S FERKY, MAR GARETTSVILLE, SEABOARD, GARYSRURG, WELDON, HALIFAX, ENFIELD AND TARBORO. When the farmers of any of the named points have cousentrated or will consentrate ;i0 to 100 bales, and will so inform us, we will meet them at that point with a superior pair of Scales to weigh their cotton and pay them me money lor it. uur rofi umcc ana puico ot business is Garyshunr, N. C, where we shall be pleased to hear from those who prefer selling their cotton at home at a price that will nett them as much a it' shipped to aad sold in any mar- Ret iu llii united states. JAMES GORDON & CO. Oarysburg, N. C, Nov. 12, 1S75. 3m THE IMPROVED U. S. SEWING MACHINE. perfect working Family 31achint POR $10. We claim for this machine 1st. Simplicity combined with Durability. --u. it win not skip stucnes, out is f s sure as the high priced machines. 3d. It. great simplicity makes it the cheapest luaciune in me mantel mai will ao liUUU work. 4th. llie parts are all made by machinery, anu are mereiore interchangeable. oin. it makes less noise in running, and works easier than any machine in the market. tth. I nuke all other cheap machines the needle enters nearly perpendicular, thna jucteuuug me oreaKing 01 neeules. ah. a will worK ra any material, from the thinnest Lawn to the thickest Cloth. Mb, It has no machinery under the table to need oiling, all the working parts being Jll UUU 111 ttlKIlL 9th. It is a splendid Embroidering machine, the peculiar construction of ihe needle allowing the use of coarse silk for that purpose. Send Sump for Circular. FA1RCH1LD & CO.. 176 Bleecker Street, New York City. iov. u.-iy. r. u. Address, Box 47S5. Select Boarding & Day Scliool HILLSBORO', N. C. THE Thirty-Fonrth Session of the Misses Niish & Miss Kolloek's School will open ou Friday, 4th February, 1876. Board and Tuition retneed to $105. . Circulars forward ed on application. dec. 17-2m FOR RENT ! FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, SITUATED xl. near llendrick's Ureek Bridge, just on the limits ot the corporation. AN EXCELLENT SPRING OF WATER, cool and delightful, on tho premises. Necessary Out Houses and four acres of grouud attached. Possession given immedi ately. Terms moderate. Apply to W. A. BASSETT. Tarboro, Dec. 17, 1875. tf R. B. ALSOP, GROCEK, MAIN STREET, Choice and varied stock kept constantly on qand. . my28-lt N.J. YOUNG, WITII E. J. Snow & Co., MANUFACTURERS AND RECEIVERS OF 89 & 91 SMITH'S WHARF, Baltimore, Md. Oct. 29, 1S75. Sm FOR SALE ! ONE of the best PIANOS in this country tor sale cheap. Apply to D. BARNES. Nov 20th. tf. Tarboro', N. C. TO DELIXQUEM TAX PAYERS "VTOU are hereby notified that unless you IL pay your State and County Taxes bv lssst February yonr propci ty will assuredly be advertised and sold to pay the same. JOSEPH COBB, SherUT. January 7, 1376. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FAS II I II VI I! I, MERCHANT TAILOR, OPPOSITE FOr GreEt BarSa5us iu Clothing, go to For styllai SIlk antl Fur IIats s to JPq j Fine and Cheap Clothing, go to For clotliin2 Ma1? to Pr3er g FOr 114111101 Under Clothing, go to 8' ant d"iclren's Clothing, go to 00ts S10es and Dry Goods, go to For For For For For White Shirts, Socks aad Suspenders, go to YouthsJ and Boy's Clothing, go to A cheap, or Fine Overcoat, go to A good Collar, Tie and Handkerchief, go to The beat quality of ClotLing, go to For CTJ Large Men, go to JPqj. Fine Talmas and Frock Overcoats, go to JP-,. To get a good Cigar cheap, SO XT Ul bo d r t For Satinet, Cassitnerea and Cletha For Scaol an lmesa Outfit, Por A Wedding Outfit, go to For The wortu of our money e Tarboro, Oct. 1st, 1875. 1875. TALL" & IMjW k MORRIS Have received their and announce to their customers, that they are prepared to exhibit the liRKATRST DISPLAY (IV tUlMW ever offered in Prices to Suit the Times :o:- Mi, tii IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Bry ootls, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &ents Furnishing &oods, Notions, Furniture, &e., &e., Thanking our Customers for past la we hope to merit a continuance of their vors liberal patronage. .urn H Tarboro, Sept. 24, 1875. 9 CLOTHIER, HOTEL, TARBORO', IV. O. Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's Whitlock's to Whitlock's by the yard, go to VTJjitlock's go to Whitlock's WllitloclvS to Whitlock's iy WINTER 1870. & BROTHER, numerous friends and Tarboro, and at ifUlllll RIS-& BR0. PERIODICALS. "Unquestionably the best sustained work of the kindin the World." Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Xutkcs of the Tress. 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" Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of Harper & Brothers. Address HARPER & BROTHERS. Xew York. WYOMING MONTHLY LOTTERY Draws on the 30th of each month. Bv au thority of the Legielatnte. f 275 000 in caeh prizes, 1 Chance in 5, Tickets f l each, or 10 for to, leaving f to be deducted from the prizes after the drawing Fn ,w!...,i..J: sent free Address ,1. M. PAT TEE, Oct. 23-5m. Laramie City, Wyoming. . POTJTZ'S SI!SE ANDCATTLE POWDERS, Win ecw of pwrept IH " " ' ii tr . .mi i A