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,- i nxboto' mnttXMV. Established in 9 822. CHARLES & BATTLE, Publishers and Proprietors. DOSSEY BATTLE, - - Editor. TAKBOHO', . C. Friday, Feb. 4, 1876 Capt A. G. Moore recently killed by Swepson, if he had faults, was a warm friend, a chivalrous gentleman and dies universally regretted. He ha3 many friends in this section. The TFilmington Journal face tiously observes it was not Grant's message that cured Chas O'Connor, but the numerous obituary notices, notably the tribute to his memory frem Geo. W. Childs. He has now resolved to live forever. At the Capital it seems the third term is looming up stronger than ever ir.anv regard Grant as a can didate for tli3 nomination and few doubc that he is a great deal stron ger than Blaine or Morton. The world thinks Morton next in strength to Grant. Many shrewdly suspect all rival candidates are covertly playing into Grant's hands. The St. Louis Republican thinks taat should the Republicans nomi nate Grant Harpers Weekly will support him with cartoons on the outside pages and abuse him cn the inside pages. The cartoonist is for Grant; the editor for anybody at all else in preference. North Carolina, demoralized, unenergized, rip-vanwinklelized w'i this year be uncententialize at Philadelphia. But it is nc. use to greive over spilt nilk. The legislature met, they liave loved, (gin) they have parted and no ap propriation. A curse n such back ing of the State's interest. 'Give me sack, bag,' cursed if we had much good from that legislature, Falstaf would have sapiently said. Geo. ?. RowelIs of New York city, has been authorized to con struct a bulUing upon the Centen nial grounds for the exhibition of files of American newspapers. If till lied out on the plan proposed, it will be an extensive building, sufficient not only to exhibit files of 8,000 publications, but arranged to servo as a journalists' head-quarters, with desks and the requisites for a gigantic reading-room. A white demagogue named Miller is reported to be going about in the northern couches of Alabama urg ing the blacks to petition Congress to assign them a part of the State as a reservation from which the whites shall be rigorously excluded. Planters are complaining that his utimelv and seditious addresses are producing much discontent and among their laborers, though tkee appears to be no law under which he can be abated, even as a nuis ance. The Back B:n3 of the Party. It is well to consider the men who issued the call for the meeting 1 of the Republican Nominating Committee ;is well as the call itself. It was mad-; by the Republican National Executive Committee and by men who are personally the heads of the party in their respec-tivc-s States. But who are they and what are their names and re- ccrdj: 1 he ..New lorK 3?i says that the call is signed by Spencer of Alabama, who bought his way in to the Senate: Clayton of Arkansas, who got his seat in the Senate by fraud; Allison of Iowa, who was uncomfortably mixed up with the Credit Mobiler swindle; Packard of Louisiana, who was the head centre of the usurpations in that Stati; Kemble of Pennsylvania, the ring master of the Keystone State; Patterson, the South Carolina Sen ator who hired the negroes in the Legislature to vote for him and then forgot to pay some of them, and Mitchell of Orgeon, who has a most unsavory name. Wc might mention others, but this list will suffice. A Scer.9 in Coapress Hon- "W. XI Bobbins- The last issue of the Albemaile Times contains an interesting letter from its editor now in Washington City, descriptive of the scenes that occured during the recent debate in the JZouse of Representatives on the Amnesty Bill. Relenng to the point of time when Mr. Blaine charged Ex-Presi dent Davis with being a willful murderer the letter says : 'The excitement in the House at this point was intense but it grew FEVER HEAT J WHITE when the Ex-speaker said : And I here before God, measuring my words, knowing their full extent and import, declare that neither the deeds of the Duke of Alra in the Low Countries, nor the massacre of Saint Bartholomew, nor the thumb.screws and engines of tort ture of the Spanish Inquisition be gin to compare in atrocity with the hideous crime of Andersonyille. In an instant Mr. Win. M. Bob bins of North Carolina sprang to his feet and with powerful emphasis sent ringing through the chamber the reply. 'That is an infamous slander. The effect was electrical. The hall rang with applause, and the baffled rage of the man who is seeking to walk into the Presidency over bleeding hearts was indosciba ble. Blaine turned white and blue and all sorts of colors, fer he had at last met a man who in mental powers is his equal and in honesty of purpose and physical courage, his superior,' The New York Herald, in com menting on the mysterious conduct of President Grant in regard to Cuban affairs, quotes as follows from his message and thus criti cises it : ' Is the country ready to be drif ted or cheated into a war ? The Zouse of Representatives fairly expresses the sentiment of the country, and its leaders and the ! majority of both parties are strong-' ly opposed to a war. The prf.si fair'y represents the sentimeo t of the country, and, with the excep tion of lees than a dozen journals, the whole press is opposed, to war. And yet the President 19 probably drifting us toward war . Congress has, under the constitution, the sole power to declare war; but Con gress, unles-: it acta with extraordia ary promptness nd positiveness, will aave no moT e powe in this case than it had in the Mexican war. Spain haa hitherte been amazingly patient so say men whose intimacy at the White House gives weight to their opinions. She has acted, such men say, with un expected prudence. These are significant words. She was expect ted to show a quicker temper, it would seem; she has caused disap pointment by her peaceful attitude. But who can te'il she will do nixt, or under the sting of what secret provocation she may presently as our fleet is concentrated at Prt Royal, say be gended into some rasn act wnicn win tate trie power out of the hands of Congress and put it into the hands of General Grant ? A Bill has been introduced in the Ohio State Senate making a years drunk good for divorce. That's a small matter as there are doubt less many wh would stay druck ten years to get a, divorce and con eider the reward worth the labor. 7on. A. 11. Stephens, has ab andor.ti all hope of taking his seat again in the House, at least, for this session. Nor has he any in tention of resigning Mr. Stephens is one of tho3 gentlemen whose talents are admirable, but whose usefulness is questionable, and pos sibly his absence from his seat, while its caus is to be regretted, may be productive of no .reat harm. :.-P. H. Winston, Jr., Esq., editor of the Albemarle Times, writes to his paper as follows, in, regard to Colonel Auddell's centennial speech : 'During its "delivery every mem ber on tbe floor paid their undivid ed attend n to the orator. The patriotic utter ancei of the speaker were greeted with great applause, while his hit at Blaine produced great laughter. Mr. Blaine, be it remembered is one of those patriots who, during the late war, was mortally absent at every engagement. The effect of Col. Waddell's speech has been very fine, and however m uch one may differ from the conclusions at which the distinguished gentleman arrived, we all must admit the spirit which prompts him.' Our Washington Letter. Washington, D. C, Jan. 31st, 187G. Editor Southerner : Mr. Blaine ia seeing already the folly of his attempt to revive the dead issues of the war. The Bober second thought of the people, es shown by the press, and in tbe thousand ether ways that public sentiment reaches the capital, con demns him, and it must be, that the longer consideration is given to the subject, the greateT his condemnation will be. Southern men and conser vative men generally who have se verely let alone the attempts of he ex-ppeaker to make sectional capital have acted wisely. They seem to understand what the thinking men of his own party have long known, that Blaine, though a ready sp aker of the House and a master of the petty politic-) of bis own State, is not a man of depth of soundness. Iudeed, he ha 3 originated nothing in all his long txperiouc : tti 1- has found a place on the statute book, no princi- pte of natural policy, jio lina in the party creedandhis campaign speech es have never; been effective. : His recent nomination for President, by a republican legislativej!aucu3 of Maine may betaken as tbe extent of his im mediate success unless southern men give him an importance not properly his, as Gen. Hill did in the amnesty debate, and this they seem unlikely to do. The significant letter o f Sena tor Sherman, nominating Governor Hayes, of Ohio, must be taken as an indication of warning strength on the part of all these bloody-shirt can didates, and as showing the astute Senator's belief that the campaign should be fought on a platform of pacification and good will. Without being invidious, I cannot help men tioning the glorious service ' rendered in this direction by Eepresentatives Basks and Lamar. They made the two speeches of the session which will be read for years te come, and finding their way in eloquent fragments into literature, will effect for good the history of the country. The determination of the majority in the House to cut down expenses is b?comincr more and more manifest as the appropriation bills approach com pletion. That the Eepublicans will fight against reduction is equally ap parent, but is amazing to anyone who knows tho temper of the country. The democratic House will want no better record before the people than one that shows an honest desire to lessen the burdems of taxation, an 1 their earnestness 13 shown by tne couitiga ana aeierminauon wnu which they ins'.st upon cutting down the army expenses and those of the diplomatic service, lhe appropria tion bills will soon receive attention in the House. Whether the radical senate will "go back on" its own ex travagance in the pa9t dozen years, and follow the House, or will take the re8jKJnsibility of increasing the appropriations, will soon be deer mi ned. Aside from the passage of the cen tennial bill, the proceeding of Con gress for the last week have been of slight interest, The Notional Woman's Sufferago Association held its eighth annual session here on Thursday and Fridy last. The meetings were very large, respectable, and interesting, and whatever wo may think of the cause these ladies advocate, we must give them credit, this time, of holding a series of abler and much more order ly meetings than an equal number ot average men could have done. But they are not as good looking, al though Susan B. Anthony was not with them One of the noticeable things of this cession ia the absence of the usual lobbies. Generally by this time there are several well organized conbina tions working to "put through" bills intended to benefit private parties I This year there is but one lobby or- ganized. It is a strong one number ing in its ranks the Daily Chronicle and Sunday Herald, besides quite a number of 'he old members of the third House. This lobby is paid by Jay Gould and the Central Pacific rail oad, and its object is to defeat th bill endorsing the bonds ol the Txas and Pacific by which the mo nopoly of the Union and Central Pacific roads will be broken down. This lobby will fail because almost universal public sentiment is demand ing that the Texas and Facfiic bills presented this session shall become a 1 law. The caterers upon the other 6ide of tho Atlantic, who dish up the foreign news to cable over for our use, are nearly as intelligent as the associated piess agents on this side of the water. They send us the lucubrations of tho London penny -a-liuers, as to the situa tion in Europe with a cont'usei "jum ble" about the Carlist and Alfonsists in Spain and the Selaves, Monte grins and Herzegovinans, on the border of Turkey, and the result is that after reading the dispatches we become nearly as wise as the senders, that is, we know nothing about the subject. In truth there is nothing important from abroad. Ee -c,. Dr. Pierce. From the Toledo Blade. "Success is never achieved without merit. A man may make a poor article and sell it 01.ee, and there being 40,000,000 people in the United States, the vale to each one would be enough to make a decent fortune. But an article that holds the field year after year, and tbe sales of which increase regu larly and vapidly, must have absolute merit. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, ft. Y,, occu pies our entire eighth page to-day with bis various articles. We admit it, because we know the Doctor, and know of bis articles. We know bim to be a regularly educated physician, whose diploma bangs on the wall of bis office, and we know that be has asso ciated with bim several of tbe most eminent practioners in the country. We know that parties consult bim, by mail and in person, from all tbe States in the Union every day, and that tbey are lairly and honestly dealt with. This grand result has been accomplished by two agencies good, reliable articles articles which, once introduced, work easily their own way and splendid busiuess man agement. They bave succeeded because they ought to have succeaed." If you would patronize Medicines, scien tific all prepared by a skilled Physician and Chemist, use Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines, Qolden Medical Discovery ia nutritious, ton ic, alterative, and blood-cleansing, and an unequaled Cough Remedy ; Pleasant Purga tive Pellets, scarcely larger than mustard seeds, constitute an agreeable aud reliable physic ; Favorite Prescript ioo, a remedy for debilitated females; Extract of Smart Weed, a magical remedy fur Pain, Bowel Com plaints, and an unequaled Linemen t for both human and horse-flesh ; while his Dr. Sage's Ca-frh iiemedy is known the world over as the ieatest specific for Catarrh and 'Cold in the Keadi; ever given to the pub lic. They ae sold by ail druggists 20 Tears a a sufferer. cured by the Golden Medical Discovery Dr. R. V Pierce: Dear 6ir. Twenty years aao I was ship wrecked on the Atlantic Ocean, and the cold and exposure caused a large abscess to form on each leg, which kept continuilly discharging. I was attended by doctors in LiTerpool, Havre, New Orleans, New York, and at the hospital on Staten Island (where the doctors wanted to take one leg off), finally after spending hundreds of dollars, I was persuaded to try your "Goldn Medical Discovery," and now, in less than threw months after taking the first bottle, I am thankful to say that I am completely cured, and for the first time in ten years caD ?nd my left heel to Jie ground. I am at home nearly every evening and shall be glad to satisfy any person of the truth of this infor mation. I am sir, yours respecttully, WILLIAM BY DEB, 87 Jefierson Street, Buffalo N. Y. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. THE subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership under the firm name ol X . E. Lewis & Co. T. E. LEWIS, Feb. l.-lin. M. WEDDELL. AT W!! WTETISHING to close my mercantile bust- ?V ness, I will sell the most of my stock of goods now on hand, amounting to about 510,000, FOR CASH. Parties wishing bargains would do well to call soon aud supply themselves. I would also sell on accommodating terms, my STORE AND LOT, in this place. The store is new, large and well built, and one of the most conveniently arranged for business ot auv storo in tbe State, lue Maud lor business is all tnat conld be asked for. Parties wifching to purchase can communi cate with me at this place. j. 11. rii'rEs, Feb. 4.3m. Whitaker's, N. C. I T. E. LEWIS a CO. Invite their friends and tin.- public to an ex amination of their largely increased stock of scnooi R00RS, MESCELLASEOrS WORKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, PICTURES, PICTURE FRAHES. Tobacco & Cigars OF ALL GRADES. II:uirg purchased FOR CASH, we are en abled to oiler Eueh inducements as ill in sure ready sale. Call .23.cl See. T. E. LEWIS & CO. Tarboro, Feb. 4, ISTO. Cm. Mrs. Warfield's Xnv Cooks, Xttc Ho-.Jcs just reaiy, hy .,',. Household of I'.i hitrie.' f MONFORT HALL, MIRIAM'S MEMORIES, SEA AND SHORE, THE HOUSEHOLD OF B0UVER1E. HESTER HOWARD'S TEMPTATION. A DOUBLE WEDDING. Tbe above Six New Books arc -.vriHen hy j tbs papular Southern Autlioris, Mrs (';tth- I erinu A. Warlh-ld, formerly of Mi.-Nii; ;i, l ut now n Lou.-iville Kj and au'iior of lhe j wot Id-wide noU'd work, "The Household of liouvcrb',"' which is niic ol the bt tand most extt aoiuiuary ii'.el- i-v. r puUished. The above six hooks are each issued in one large duodeeimo volume, h mud in niorojeo cloth, full eilt back and ide, price 1,75 each, or $10,50 for a eomjilete setof-ix volumes, put up in a neat aud strong box. Above Books are for sale by all Book sellers, or eoj'pies of either one or more of the above books, or a complete set ol them , will be Beul at onee t any one, to any pluee, po6ia;re pre-p id, or tree ot freight, or remit ting their priee in a leter to the Publishers. T. B. PETERSON & BROTHERS. iOi (Jhestuul Street, Philadelphia, Pa. lr. S Internal Revenue, Dept. Collector's Office, ud District, Noith Carolina, Tarboro', N. C. Jan. 24th 1ST6. To all ichom it may Concern : The following1 named goods having been seized hy me ior violations ot Internal Rev enue Laws, viz : Two boxes of Manufactured Tobacco, one 40 B box and one (iOlb box, in possession of T. 11. Gilliam, of Wilson, N. C, and supposed 10 be the property of C. A. Strother, saidTj bacco bad been manufactured by L. W. Ilun ter, Gran v: lie, N. C, for violation of Section 67 Aet of July 20th, 16ii8. One box of Manufactured Tobacco 40 lbs in possession of T. D. Gay, of Wilson, N. C. and supposed to be the property of C. A. Strother, said Tobacco h id been manufactur ed by O. W. Rlaekuall of Gianville County, for violation of Section 07 Aet of July 20th, 1SGS. Eight boxes of Tobacco seized December 10th, 1874, from J. C. May, of Granville Co., N. C, for violation of Section 59, Aet of July 20th, 1808, as subsequently amended. One box of Tobacco seized November 20th, 1S74, at the store of B. A. (Jbeat.am, llocky Mount, N. C, manufactured at Factory No. 100, 4th District N. C, for violation of Sec tion 0"7, Act of July 20th, 18GS. The Claimants of the above described prop erty are hereby notified to appear before me at my office within 30 days lrom the day of the flrst publication hereof, make claim and give Bond or else the said property will be advertised aud sold according to Section Go, Act of July loth, I860. EDWARD ZOELLER, 3i. Deputy Collector. Manhood : How Lost, How Hestorcd ! Just publishrd, a new edition of Dr. Culverwell's Cele brated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Involuatary Seminal Losses, Irnpotency, Mental and Physical In capacity, Impediments 10 Ma'-'riage, etc.; al so, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induc ed by self-indulgence or sexual extrava gance, &c. Price, in a sea'?d envelope, only six ce tils. The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay, clearly dpmoiistratps, from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radicaih cured without the dangerous use of interna! medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at one simple, certain, and tliecuial, by means of whieh every sufierer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radknlli. l" This Lecture should be in the hands 01 every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. Address the Publishers, CHAS. J. C. CLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, New York ; P. O. Box, 4586 w M 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LOWER THAN EVER! WILL BE FOUND AT THE Farmer's Friend Plows, Plow Castings, Lop Links, Clivises, Hames, Trace Chains, Back-breaet Chains, Stretcher Chains, Backhands and Backets, Rope, Well Buckets, and Wheels, Axes, Shovels, Grub Hoes, and every specisa of Hardware used by Farmers. Complete stoolJ. of Wagon, Cart and Buggy Material, Carpenter's Tools, Builder's Hardware, House-Furnishing Goods, Tin Ware, and the best line of Heating and Cooking Stoves, ever offered in this market. Cucumber Pumps that have proved a perfect success after four years trial, all of which arc offered at lower prices than anywhere in Eastern N. C. Agent for B00KWALTER, ECLIPSE AND SHAPPLEY EVOLVES. Farmer & Wainwright's COTTON PLANTERS. Tarboro, N. C, Feb. 4, 1876. Wiesenfeld, Ootrtoix General IO til t imore, 3Xd. Make liberal Cash advances on Produce. Also with approved security, will SUPPLIES to FARMERS for carrying on this year s crops. Those desiring to avail themselves our Agent, J. 13. Coffield, Tarboro', J, B. COFFIELD, Gen. Commission Merchant AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN Whiskies, Wines, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building and Shell Lime, Gu anos, &c, &c. Tarboro9, N. C. Feb. 19, 1875. To Physicians and Druggists j of Edgecombe ami Sur rounding Counties. II AVINt; ESTABLISHED IN ADDITION to my regular Drug busiuess, a DRUG AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, I am piepared to furnish those desiring DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, WINDOW GLASS AND DRUG GIST'S SUNDRIES, &C, with such iroods, all of which I warrant pure r.t manufacturer's prices: Country Physicians will iind it to their advantage to call on me before ordering elsewhere. A. H. MACNAIR, Agent. Tarboro', Jan. 21, 1870. tf Office of the Clerk of the Su perior Court ol Edge combe County, TARBORO', N. C, Jan. 20th, 1876. To Whom it May Concern : Whereas, John A. Davis, Mark B. Pitt, Jus. II. Exum and L. W. Reasons, on the 4th day of January, 187G, filed in the office of the Clerk ol the Superior Court of Edgecombe County, a writiug 6icned by them in whieh they proposed to form themselves, with such others as might thereafter unite with them, iuto a private corporation under the corpor ate name of " Sparta Grange Loan Associa tion ;" and whereas, it has been represented to me by John A. Davis, one of the subscri bers to the capital stock of the said proposed corporation, that two tnirds or more of the capital stock of $2,000 has been subscribed, and the said John A. Davis, having reques ted me to call a meeting of the proposed cor porators and subscribers according to the provisions of Section 5, Chapter 2G, of Battle's Revisal, entitled " Corporations." Aoio Therefore, Be it Knotcn, That I have in accordance with said request appointed Saturday, the 12th day of next month, as the time, aud Sparta in this county as the place for holding said meeting, and notice tbereo is hereby given accordingly. II. L. STATON, JR., Clerk Superior Court Edgecombe Co. Jan. 21, 1870. 3t WARD'S BAR & RESTAURANT ! 5 HAVE JUST OPENED A RESTAUR ant in eonuectioivwith my Bar. will be constantly supplied with OYSTERS, and all other edibles usually found In First Class Establishments. After the 15th, Oysters on the Shell, can be had at any time. will bu furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars every called for in the market. TERMS CASH. JOHN F. WARD. Oct. 1st, 1S75. tf WESTBR00K A I USE III ES. WILSON, N. C, C. W. WESTBR00K, Proprietor. 1( 0,000 Choice Trees, Vines and Plants yet on band in may Nurseries, of the very best varieties well adapted to Southern culture at prices to suit the times. Planting may be done with success in February and March. 1 am prepared to fill orders promptly and sa isfaetory, having the advantage of an ex perienec of 23 years. Correspondence solic ited. Extra Early Peach Trees and Straw berry I'laiits for market planting are my specialities. Send for Catalosrne and Prices. Address C. W. WESTBROOK, Feb. 4 -in. Wilson, N. C. Tarboro' 3Ia!e Academy. UR G3rd Session will berin Jannarv 6th. 1670. Prompt attention at the opening highly important botli to pupils and teach- ers. lerm pavab.e half ui advance. A few ! ov- cm get board with tbe Principal. L. i . . . For further particular?, refer to F. S WILKINSON, Principal December '4, 1S75. Jj HARDWARE STORE OF 9 W. O. L33WIS. tf Stern & Co., Factors Commission Merchants, consignments of Cotton and other advance on accommodating terms, of the above offer, will apply to N. C. Tobacco, Segars, " Our House " Bar and Restaurant T KEEP THE CHOICEST LIQUORS j Jl Wines and Cigars, that ever soothed the ' suffenug, or revived the weary. 1 And then, after swallowing- one of my ex hilarating beverges my customers can get a 3Ieal at any Hour, ON SHORTEST NOTICE. j OYSTERS, served up in any style, and all ' the delicaces of the season will be found at i my table. OT8TEHS furnished to families at LOW RATES by the measure. A splendid stock of GROCERIES always on hand. J. L. COKER. Tarboro', Oct. 1st, 1875. tf RESTAURANT Aivr Boarding House. MEALS at all HOURS ! O YSTERS SERVED IN EVERY STYLE. A good stock of CIGAR8 and TOBACCO always on band. Soliciting your patronage. Yours respectfully, S. E. SPIER. Good aocommodatisn for Transient Customers and Table Boarders. Tarboro', Sept 1st, 1875. tf A RARE OPPORTUNITY T HE STOCK OF GOODS OF M. Weddell & Co., WITH TIIE Good Will of the Business, IS OFFERED FOR SALE! and tbe Store House can be leased for ONE OR MORE YEARS. This is one of the oldest and Best JS"tnc3-S IN THE PLACE. Apply to M. WEDDELL & CO. Tarboro, Dec. 17, 1875. tf Want to Sell. I WILL SELL MY TWO STORY DWELL ing on Church Street, comer of Thomas street five rooms and closets. The house is newly painted and in excel- 1 jjjj lent repair. One acre of ground ia III attached under new paling. There are also 1 the necessary out houses. It ts a bargain for somebody. I will also sell a good riano and other Fnr niture. Also several yacant lots on Church Street. All in Rocky Mount, N. C. DOSSEY BATTLE. Oct, 29, 1875. tf MISCELLANEOUS. 2 -5 it J3 I ft g II S3 5 a rr 5' ao s 1 a o o O SO V. p. 1-5 00 S'o H P i 0 p s B 3 " s w 5 2. 0 it O GO o '-. XT 5? a 1 " 3 CO 2, e "a 05 5 S- a 3 a 3 O H3 o 4 2. S3 o o B a P 3 C or? I 2 3 a- 5 w o S. S3. SX" ft E. 3! w (5 It 3- & o CD 9 1 o c a B' 03 0 P rt 21 n N in a o m B "3 c- w - S9 P P W p H H c Jl 0? 2 it eg a a 3 2 f S -1 a. 5" S CD -s W "2. CD g s a a E. so HQ , U a 0 -t 00 (ft e IS. ETJa , ft. a so g 3 o a ft 0 e as CD 3 5 Ki 1 S.S J C O 3 g SO s$ "2. I P P. o CO p h p. o Z. s t 5" O 5iS CD OEg rt a 3 ia 5 X w O p CD s p tr ee v.; H H P t9 0 X P p 2. O o p P-8. o te a a 0 a 0 IP CD C3 o o g p 5 c 0 - crtc H 5" 8 2 r IS to ft P3 t P co P i CP? o o CO 3 x p o 5" S (9 o p 0 ? 1 p it "W ARYLAND EYE AND EAR INSTI iTlTUTE, 60 N. CHARLES ST., BALTI MORE, MD. George Kecling, M. D., late Prof, of Eye and Ear Surgery iu the Washington Uni versity, Surgeon in charge. The large handsome residence of the late Charles Carroll has been fitted up with all the improvements adopted in tbe latest of Schools in Europe, for the special treatment of this class of diseases. -4pply by letter to GEORGE REULING, XI. D., 3m Surgeon iu Charge. Liebig's Liquid pPP hp.p.p EXTRACT OF uum AND TOXIC INVIGOItATOR, Recommended by tbe best physicians in England and America for Consumption, De bility, Logs of Appetite, Fever Ague, Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Female and Children maladies. OPINION OF DR. 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PENDER, WITH Brufl; Faulkner & Co, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Good, Notions & White GOODS. 275 W. BALTIMORE STREET, itSSShur. I Baltimore. Wm. R Hallett, ) novl9-ly. Cigars & Tobacco. TUST received a fine assortment of Cigars ana looacco, wnicn win be gold at mod erate prices. Call and examine. MACNAIR BROS. Jn 21, 1876. tf. CHICKENS ADVERTJSEMENT87 "TO " FARMERS & GARDNERS OF EDGECOMBE AftD AD- mxm coumies. I have just received a fresh stock of Seeds for 187C, such as P0TAT0E SEEDLIXGS, Picked EARLY AND LATE PEAS of all varieties. Cabbages, Collard AND ALL OTHER KINDS FOR THE GARDEN. Aiso GRASS AND HERB SEEDS. A A. H. MACNAIR'S Drug and Prescription Store. Tarboro, Jan. 8, 1876. tf INSTITUTE. Four Miles from Littleton, Halifax Co., N. C. THIS School offers superior advantages fo the education of Boys and Young Men. To meet the demands of this practical age, a New Curriculum has been arranged for 1876. 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