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!'!! 3 ii' S I' 1 1 li 1 i. Si .St it 4 j 4 i . 4 . f 1 (3 r- V k I 3 '4 it ADVERTISE EN? Purniture,Carpeting,Wiiidow Shade AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING- i.fli; .'!.' ,V-'- ' ; 1 ,r ;v , h' Ui li Vl wi Sr.' thk old .ya hi i.iaism: not si: or Oot-. 3Clxs. and Oi-airlsy Etrccts, NORFOLK, A" V., rviTir r. otm.l a: ilu- lipaii of ill.' tr.nl o uil call .r..iwr:il iii)lio to tl e vi'i v 1 ip'o assortment CARPETING contained in their extensive establishment. V e :r.:ir:uileo -e lorn prices on all our poods and our veil selected stock is the larpe.st of any house South of Philadel phia. We call special attention to our PIAfO AND MUSIC DEPARTMENT. We are .ns and keep constant: v on hand a full stock of ClIICKKKINt; VV' SONS CEL EBRATED PIANOS. Also Au'cnis for U Et). WtK)D'S CABINET ORGANS, vie sell at nianutaeturers prices. Catalogues and Price l.its l'urt;i?licd on lppIiCiUiou. F'ALL OU I87S! CHAMBERLAIN BRAWLS ok " f W f Date, IS RECEIVING ALMOST DAILY THE FOLIjWKC GOODS : Fine Sets Jewelry of every description, Fins Chains for IiUcs ami Gentlemen, Beautiful Bracelets of various styles, 18k Rings. Fittest-ftsso ere oifer. in .MANY XOVKLTIES, SUCH AS Handsome S-ui? Boxes. Tobacco Boxes, Puff Boxes, BEAUTIFUL i'.i.GLN" WATr;'i IN L6 "VateIi Repairing is our specialty, and wo guaranteo that our work shall not bo surpassed in any city. Iff We cordially invite our friends and the public to exsrnia? our stock. October 8, IST-j. l' It TAHBORO'. Mnniifliotnrftrf? of Wanons. Carts. Plows, . . a j j , and lill 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 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 Ilovse Powers. We famish a full set of Bolts with these powers. Price ."5.00 complete. Beside several varieties alty of the " EDGECOMBE 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. done on Engines, Saw Mills, Gins, The undersigned is manufacturers agent for Engines and Saw Mills, Leffell's12 Turbine Water Wheels, Crist Mills, Pulleys, Shaft ing and Gearing. These Goods are all Warranted. XI. W.VTKIJX?, Nov. c-tf- SUPERINTENDENT. XJixi'tii TViIl:iiiw Sons, No. 6 Light St., opposite the Carrollton Hotel IBnltiniore, JVIcl. Manufacturers of Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Col!ars3 Bridies, Gig Saddles, Buggy & Coach Pads, Winkers, Fvlodical Saddlery Fa n vvn r c, w. M f mu;.;. t U.e ii.Il rilllli il IKiP. October 1, lbTo. ill liud il to their interest, atu-iiiion of their old pustoi?. s ami the of llOUSKUOLl) FL'KNITI'KF. AND all of which mrl'.Uf Gold studs in Great Variety rlment or Stiver n 'a re WW tft is -market. &C. GfiL! A', a:;d size- GfLi A X 0 .-1LVER CASES, OF ALL o. Gin of lurning Plows avc make a speci COTTON PLOW, Horse Towers, and all kinds of im e Dags. bKALr.US IX lid Leather Generally for the Har ness Trade. STONr.WA! .L Al.DLr S gre-i. . :l.c i' v. ilh:ii t:u; favorites w,.;. leach of ti.e to 'e us t'atir orJera. ROCKY MOUNT. $85 WAGONS ! TJ. nACKNEY & CO., Rocky Mount, N. C, offer the best Wagons lor $ 85 in the market. PHAETONS, OP A ND NO-TOP Buggies, Carts, & Double and Single Harness . AND Carriage Materials, VERY CHEAP FOR CASH. Oct. 1st, 1875. 6m Friday BY OF FASHION ! t IT. THOMAS. Rockv Mount. N. C, has .jnst returned from the North with magnificent a.- sortmeut of Millinery, Dress Goods, No tions, KUII3, tC FALL HATS A SPECIALTY. He Bells these cheaper than any rival in the trurli' Mrs. Thomas, as heretofore, devotes her attention to Dress Making and Millinery, Warranted to suit the most iastidious. Oct. 1st, 1875. tf NEW GOODS ! UlllUi 1TTE HAVE JCST RECEIVED OUR of (Jnprn.1 Merchandise. Dr? Goods and (lotliiii"'. Our nock of Readv-Made Clothlna in beau ty, durability and peneral excellence, will de fy all comnetition. We cau c'othe thb far mer, the merchant, lawyer and doctor, in the BEST and CllEAfKST suits to De iouna in the markvt. A full Line of Groceries Call and examine betore purchasing else vhere and save your money. FOUNTAIN BROS., Rocky Mount, N. C. Oct. 1st, ISTj. tf Mercantile Magnificence ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Farmer's Rendezvous ! this popular stand the people are mak ins great bargains iu thtir purchases of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Furniture, Notions, and in fact every thinp usually kept Class Stores. in First FLOUR A SPECIALTY. Irresistible Inducements of- rered to Jobbers. Xov. r. IS". tf Jas. E. Simmons, X3Ht Street. 5 AST OF lor s.iie MA1X, HAS 1 STOUF. AND W ardrobes, Bureaus, Washstands, Writing Desks, Can & Wo odn Seat Chairs, Extnsion, C ntr and Laf Tabl s. Towel Racks, Rockers, Childs Basket Chairs. ALSO A LARGE LOT OF Beds, Mattresses c&3 liOungos. All Cheap for Cash. 9W UNDERTAKERS BUSINESS IN all its branches promptly attended to. JAS. E. SIMMONS. Tarboro, N. C, Mar. 2G, 1875. Sin THE ROCKY MOUNT 11fE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING TT of the best quality, for the home trade, COTTON YARNS, COTTON PLOW LINES, all sizes HEAVY 4-4 SHEETIM. Orders from prompt customers filled without delay. TERMS : Net cash, within thirty days. Address, BATTLE & SON, Dec. Rocky Mount, N. C. JAS. tEFFETj Double Turbine Water Wheel. Jiacuactnred by POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore, Bid. 7,000 JVOW 27f VSEl Simple, Strong, Dcrablo, always reliable and Batia iiictory. juanuracrorcrg.also, ol Portable A Stat) 'Enffines. PmimS Gri-St Mms- Mini iug laacniiiery.uearing fnr Cntinn mills, Hour, Point nn... t.j 1 vtleTi11113131' EyfrauUc and other 1 resses,&c. f hafting-, Pulleys and Hangers a specialty Machine made Gearing; accu rate and of very best finish. Bend for Circulars. EMPORIUM BARGAINS COTTON MILLS. ft (1 Feb. 4, 1376 For the Southerner. THE LEARNED MAN- J. V. SUMMERS, OF SCOTLAND NECK, K. C. When in the future he looks, Ho prospects of good to him brooks And wild fancy nay it ever nooks Within his mmd, vhlle in ms books He is wrapted. Ah ! in his solitude the beautiful rays, Of mornins sun scarcely in his window bays. But still as he reads he's struck by praise, Of all the poets, authors, and sweet lays That Lave napped. Heretofore without his notice, and again iiu o vviauica m nuiuutin, ajo uuii in ii'j He'll to his standard certainly attain, As sure as his nightly powers have lain. Dormant so long Thus in volumes he is sure to reap, A wealthy mind, which he is able to keep Ever so long. In yain man may by force continually try, To take it from him stil it wnl he Within him. Isay, even as death comes Nigh yet it stays. Like the shadows f coming night, And all within is turning from light, To darkness, and while beaming bright, The spectred phantoms come in sight, Still he lays. Still nothing can take what he has gained, (Reputation, and fortune, all wained) By his hard studying power he s attained An everlasting gift. At length when in his sick-bed he burns, And the hot consuming fever still turns On his sallow brow, disdains, nay spurns To Buffer his pains to be From him rift. Then he is in anguish looks to heaven, For relief and it is sure to be given By the merciful God. Who is riven of all man's best pifts, Who, the 6inful one from his wa3's lifts The very Lest If he seek his trod. PERSIMMON BLOSSOMS 'We find that he came to his death from calling Bill Jacks: a & liar,' was the verdict of a coroner's jury in Missouri. Daughter 'Well, to tell the truth, I do not think much of the closo of the sermon, lather Trobably you were thinking more of the clothes of the congregation. An old lady was admiring the beau- tilul Dicture called 'Saved. Its no wonder, said she, that poor child fainted after pulling that great dog out of tha watar. Now, Johnny, said a venerable la- i y to her six-year-old nephew, who was re: &istentlv donvintr an offense of which ohe accased hiui, I know you are not teiiiULT u:e truiu : i . . ,1- .1 x I. . T in your eye. Mr. Henry Yore, of Portsmouth. Ya has eloped with his motlier-in- aw Ihe daze of our will soon be o er l A Cincinnati man having lost his situation last summer, his wife took some money she had secretly savid, and started a grocery store. She suc ceeded at once, and now employs her husband as clerk at jrood wasree. Johnny attends school, which will explain the following short dialogue betwee, him and his father : Johnny, I didn't know you got whipped, the other day, said he. You didn't ? Well, f you d been m my breeches you d have known it. Have you Goldsmith's Greece, was asked of a clerk, in a store in which books and various miscellaneous ar ticles were sold, rso, said the clerk, reflectively, we havn't Goldsmith's Greece, bnt we have sonvj splendid hair-oil. The Lowel mill -girls have a novel way of getting rid of any male em ployee who happens to be obnoxious to them. Ihey rush at him in groups, and kiss him. and keep up this treatment untill the poor fellcv is forced to leave. An eccentric old fellow, who lived alongside of a graveyard, was asked ifitwaanotaa unpleasant U cation. No, said he, I never jined places in all my li fe with a set of neighbors that minded their business so stiddy as they do. Men are what Women make Them, is the singular title of a new book. It may be true, but we have 6een some dreadfully poor specimens of the manufactured article, which re flects badly either upon the material or the maker. The gentleman who asserted that his friend never opened his mouth without putting his foot in it, being called upon to apologize, said he was very sorry, but when he made the assertion he did not see the size of Lis friend's foot. A horse! a horse ! my kingdom for a horse ! cried a celebrated tragedian. Wouldn t a tackass do as well r in quired an affected young mao, rising in his seat, xes, triumphantly ex claimed the actor, tust step out ton way, .sir. The young man sat down Any one who visits Childweld, England, can read in the cemetery there, tho following epitaph : "Here lies me, aud my three daughters. Brought here by using Seiditz Waters. If we had stuck to Epsom salts, We wouldn't have been iu these here vaults." A party of sixteen ladies were bathn ine in a croup at Jjong liranch tne other day, and a Boston drug clerk who stood near declares that the paint and powder turned the water a bright oranee color ior a consiaerabie dis tance aiound. An old Baptist minister, says the religious Herald, enforced the neces sities of difference of opinion by argu ment ; 'New, if everybody had been of my opinion, they would have wanted my old woman " One of the deacons who sat just behind him responded. Yes ; and if everybody was of my opinion, nobody would have her. A noted physician in Massachusetts had the following quamt lines m scribed on his medicine chost : "When broufiht, at last, to Death's dark door, We the aid both of Heaven and the doctor implore. Restored to health, both alike are requited Heaven is lorgotteu, and the doctor slight ed. Why is a newspaper liko a tooth brush? Because every one should have his own, and not be borrowing his neighbor's- miscellaneous: Piedmont Air-Line Railway RICHMOND & DANVILLE, RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. W., N. C. DIVIS ION, AND NORTH WEST ERN N. C. K. W. CONDENSED TIME TABLE TS effor t on and after Sunday. Not. 28. 1874. GOING NORTH. STATIONS. Mail. Express. r.pnye Charlotte 9.15 V. M. 6.4t A.K. " Air-Line Jet n, .3J " o.zu Salisbury, 11.58 a.m. 8.84 " flreensboro 3.15 " 10.56 " Danville. 6.08 " 1.12P.K. Dundee,' 6.18 " 1.20 " Rurkville. 11.35 " 6.07 Arrive at Richmond. 2.22 p.m. 8.48 GOING SOUTH. STATIONS. Mail. Eipresi. Leave Richmond, 1.38 P. M. 4.52 " 10.33 " 10.39 ' 3.00 A. x. 5.32 5.08 A. x. Burkville, Dundee, Danville, Greensboro' 8.36 " 1.14 p. n. 1.17 " 3.58 " 6.15 " 8.25 " 8.43 " Salisbury, ' Air-Line J nct'n,7.50 Arrive at Charlotte, 8.08 GOING EAST. GOING WEST. I STATIONS. Mail. Mail. L've Greensboro', 3.00 a.m. a. A rr. 1.35a x Co. Shops, 5. 4.30 " L'vel2.30 " ' Raleigh, o. 8.33a.m. 3 8.10p.m Arr. atGoldsboro,? 11.3 " pj L've 6.00 NORTH WESTERN N. C. R (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 4.80 r V. Arrive at Salem 6.13 " Leave Salem 8.40 am 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 routes. Trains to and from points East of Greens boro' connect at Greensboro with Mail Traius to or from points North or South. Two Trains daily, both ways. Lvnchburg Accommodation leave Rich mond Dailey, at 9.00 A. M., arrive a Burkeville 12.3G P. M., Wve Burkeville .2 P. M., arrive at Richmond 4.o4 r. M No change of cars between Charlotte and Richmond, 282 miles. For further information address S. E. ALLEN, Oen'l Ticket Agent, Greensboro, N. C. T. M. R. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. GREENBACKS EXCHANGED FOR C0TT0.V ! TTTR wish to nnrchnse FOR CASH, one to V V twentv thousand bales cotton duriner I the Tin-sent cotton season, delivered livered at the I following landings on the Roanoke and De pots on (iie Seaboard and Wilmington Rail Koads : HAMILTON. WILLIAMSTON, HILLS FEKRY, EDWARD'S FERRY, MAR GAKETTSVILLE, SEABOARD, GARYSBURG, WELDON, HALIFAX, ENFIELD AND TARBORO. When the farmers of amy ot the named points have consentratcd or will censentrate 50 to 100 bales, and will so inform us, we will meet them at that point with a superior pair of Scales to weii;h their cotton and pay them the money for it. Our Tot-t Otnce and place of business is Garysburg, 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 as if shipped to and eold many mar ket in the United States JAMES GORDON & CO. Garvsbunr. N C. Nov. 12, 1S75. Sm :VO MIDDLEMEN ! THE IMPROVED U. S. SEWING MACHINE. A. perfect working Family Machine j FOR $10. We claim for this machine 1st. Simplicity combined with Durability. 2d. It will not skip stitches, but is ra sure aa the high priced machines. 3d. Its great simplicity makes it the cheapest machine in the market that will do liOUJJ work. 4th. The parts are all made by machinery, and are tneretore interchangeable. 5th. It makes less noise in running, and works easier than any machine in the market. tJth. Unlike all other cheap machines the needle enters nearly perpendicular, thus preventing tne breaking ot needles. 7th. It will work c a any material, from the thinnest Lawn to tne thickest Cloth. Sth, It has no machinery under the table to need oiling, all the working parts being on top and in signt. 9th. It is a splendid Embroidering machine. the peculiar construction of the needle allowing the use of coarse silk for that purpose. Send Stamp for Circular. FA1RCH1LD A CO., 176 Bleecker Street, New York City. Nov. 20.-1 y. P. O. Address, Box 4785. Select Boarding & Day School HILLSBORO', N. C. THE Thirty-Fourth Session of the Misses Nash & Miss Kollock's School will open on Friday, 4th February, 1876. Board and Tuition reu'ueed to f 105. Circulars forward ed on application. dec. 17-2m FOR RENT ! A FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, SITUATED near Hendrick's Creek Bridge, just on the limits of the corporation. AN EXCELLENT SPRING OF WATER, cool aud delightful, on the premises. Necessary Out Houses and four acres f ground attached. Possession given Immedi ately, icruis moderate. Apply to W. A. BASSiSn. Tarboro, Dec. 17, 1875. tf R. B. ALSOP, GROCER, MAIN STREET, TARBORO', IV. C. Choice and varied stock kept constantly on nana. my28-lt N.J. YOUNG, WITH E. J. Snow & Co., MANUFACTURERS AND RECEIVERS OF 89 & 91 SMITH'S WHARF, Baltimore, X1- Oct. 29, 1S75. Sm FOR SALE ! rNE of the best PIANOS in this country ior saie cneap. Apply to K. 1). BARNES, Tarboro', N. C. Nov 20th. tf. TO DELIXUUEXT TAX PAYERS "V7"OU are hereby notified that unless you jl pay your ctate ana uounty Taxes by your propeity will assuredly be advertised aud sold to pav the same. JOSEPH COBB, Sheriff. January 7, 1S70. NEW ADVE RTISEM E NTS . It. M l 111 II 1 JL 1JL U JUL U 11 1 liERCHANT OPPOSITE -oo- FOP reat arSams m Clothing, go to Trni otyusn bilk and Fur Hats, go to FOX "ne ClleaP Clothing, go to For clothiDg Made to 0nier go to For Flannel Under Clothing, go to For Boys' and Children's Clothing, go to Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods, go to White Shirts, Socks and Suspenders, go to Youths' and Boy's Clothing, go to A cheap, or Fine Overcoat, go to For For For For PqjP g00 Collar, Tie and Handkerchief, go to jPy The best quality of Clothing, go to Fd fc karSe Men, go to JPqj, Fine Talmas and Frock Overcoats, go to TjIa. To zet a eOOd Cigar cheap, SO to For Satiaet, Cassimerea and Clths For A School and Business Outfit, TFor A Wedding Outfit, go to "Pqj. The worth of your money, go TarborotOct. 1st, 1875. 1875. FALL & mm El Have received their and announce to their customers, that they are prepared to exhibit the GREATEST DISPLAY OF GOODS ever offered in Tarboro, and at Prices to Suit the Times. ill Yon it Boys C y IN ENDLESS VARIETY. ry &oods, Boats and Shoes, Mats and (Daps, flints Furnishing1 &oods, Notions, Furniture, &e, &e., ESS Thanking our vors, we hope to merit a continuance of their liberal patronage. M.H0RMS & Tarboro, Sept. 24, 1875. ABLE CLOTHIER. TAILOR HOTEL, TARBORO', TV. O. Whitlock's Whitloclfs 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! by the yard, go to "tyV llltlock's go to WllitlOCk'S Whitlock's to Whitlock's ly WETTER 1876. & BROTHER, numerous friends and oli Customers for past fa Oil. PERIODICALS. " Unquestionably the best nutained Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Xotu et of tin Press. The ever-increasin2 circulation of tlilc celletit monthly proves its continued adau- tation to popular desires and needs. In deed, when we think into how minv homB it penetrates every month, we mu3t consider it as one of the educators as well tainers of the public mindj Boston Globe The character which this Magazine pos sesses for variety, enterprise, artistic wealth and literary culture that has kept pace with' u n nas not iea tne times, shonlrt cause its conductors to regard it with justifiable com- pidcency. i ne Magazme Has done good aud not evil all the days of its life. BrookhmEaqle home ol the most DODUlar of modern nw. els have first armeared as serial in t.i,;. Magazine. In all respects, it is an excellent periodical, and fully deserves its sreat suc cess. Philadelphia Ledger. TERMS : Postage free to all Subscribers in the United States Harper s Wagazise, one year, $1 00 $4 00 includes nit-payment of U. S. 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Prominent attention will be given in Har per's Bazar to such illustration of the Cen tennial International Exposition as may be peculiarly appropriate to its columns. Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of Harper & Brothers. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New York. WYOMING MONTHLY Draws on the 30th of each month. By au thority of the Legislature. t275 000 in cash prizes, 1 Chance in 5, Tickets f 1 each, or 10 for $5, leaving $5 to be deducted lrom the prizes after the drawing. Full particulars sent free Address J. M. PATTEE, Oct. 22-3m. Laramie City, Wyoming. FOTJTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS, Will car or prevent Disease.