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CHARLES & BATTLE,
Publishers and Proprietor.
DOSSEY BATTLE, - - - Editor.
' TAllHOIlO', N. C.
Friday, , : ; : March 31, 1S76
he used $150,000 in 1851, 73, and
74 in ferreting out Ku-Klux in
North and Soath Carolina.
'if ire had only had another thief
in the Cabinet,' remarked a Re
publican on learning the result of
the New .Hampshire election, 'we
should have carried the State by
sis thousand.' .
Crimes have been unearthed at
the Tewksbury (Mass) Almshouse
that are too revoking for the pub
lic ear. Even the Committee of
Investigation could not endure the
recital of more than half the testi
mony. And yet, Massachusetts
has long ben held up as a model
for Southern emulation.
Columbus, Ga., claims the posi
tion of the Lowell of the South.
She is now running 35,000 spindles
and 1,000 looms, besides many iron
and other industrial enterprises.
The city was destroyed in 18G5,
and all these have been replaced
since with Soathern money.
An election'will beheld in Con
necticut on Monday, the 3rd of
April, for State officers, a legisla
ture that will choose a U. S. Sena
tor for the unexpired term of the
late Senator Frry, and a Con
gressman for the unexpired term of
the late Mr. Stark-weather. In
view cf the approaching Presi
dential election it is anticipated
that both parties will use their
uttermost endeavors to gain a vic
tory. In the House on Friday, says
the Richmond Whig, while the
question of fixing the salaries for
Congressmen was up, and after
many amendments had been offered
and rejected, Hon. Rer. Douglas,
of Virginia, moved to fix the
amount at $3,600 per annum, and
remarked that so far as the ques
tion of rich and poor was concern
ed, he might say for the southern
element particularly, 'The poor
ye have always with ye.'
The Charleston News and
Courier seems to have the most pro
found contempt for the majority in
the South Carolina Legislature. It
says that the House is composed of
rascals of the very smallest calibre,
and who are incapable of risinj- t.
any distinguished height in villainy.
There is nothing on the bonanzi
order in their theft, it is petty lar
denin the strict sense of the letter.
Stealing a chaw of tobacco, or rob
bing a peanut stand seems to fullv
gratify the ambition of these Might
fingered Representatives.'
The Emperor and Emperesscf Brazil
Embark for the United States
March 26, a special from Rio
Janeiro says the Emperor anl em
press of Brazil embarked at 8 A.
M., on board the steamer Hevilus,
for the United States. The Prin
cess Imperial and Count Deu ac
companied them on board, and thv
chief civil and military authorities
attended the embarkation. The
Hevilus collided with a Brazilian
naval transport as he moved out
of the harbor. No lives lost. The
Empress was crushed against the
door of the cabin, though not much
hurt. The Princess Dona Isabel
cts as regent during the absence of
theEmperior and Empress.
A Washington correspondent of
the Baltimore American of thi
morning says: 'Col. John S. Mosby
called on President Grant to-liv.
He represents that thj Prosia.'ru
stated to him in conversation con
cerning the third term, that r.o ma
ter what his views of fceli'ia, mht
heretofore have been on that sub
ject, that he had no desire now, nor
vrould he under auy circumstances
accept another nomination, if it
were proffered hira. Alluding U
the Congressional investigations,
and particularly to the exposure of
Gen. Belknap, he stated that he
"had no doubt but that Belknap had
been seduced into the suaro by wo
men.' Wasting Its Tine.
A New England administration
organ says 'the House his waste.-:
away its tims in a must disgraceful
mau.cr,' whero upon the Baltimore
Gazett- resp-.s; U : -lYcLniy i
Wis a was-b of time to t 'low h r.
Belknap was swindling the poor
5oldicr3 on tho frontier and making
money out of the graves of dead
union soldiers in the national ceme
teries; probably it was a waste of
time to show how Orvl Grant, the
brother of the President, is the paid
solicitor and agent of a score of firms
in different citiss, to obtain con
tracts at exorbitant prices for worth
less good3 from the government;
probably it was a waste of time to
prove how the country has ben
swindled out of hundreds of thous
ands if not millions of dollars in the
PostoGce Department of Justice,
and in almost every other branch
r
of the service. The organs cf the
administration may think this a
waste of time, but the people who
have to foot the bills look upon it
in an entirely different light. Doubt
less they knew all about it. They
shared in the spoils, but there was
a large number of persons who were
in blissful ignorance of the rascality
at Washington until it was unearth
ed by the present House of Repre
sentatives.' Out of the thirteen centennial
Democratic candidats for the presi
dency, which the New York Herald
so graciously selects, we think tho
successful competitor for the nomi
nation will be either Hendricks, of
indiana, or Tilden, of New York.
Mr. Tilden is deserving of much
praise and consideration from his
party. His friends can well boast
that he is a great reformer, for not
only has he remedied evils com
mitted by the republican party, but
also has broken up the can
kerous evil the "Tammany Ring"
of his own to Democratic party.
If the Democrats in the National
Co lvention should favor hard money
then Samuel J. Tilden stands forth
pre-eminently. Sheuld they leave
this money question unsettled, then
we hold up T. Hendricks, of In
diana. For besides being a man of
talent and honesty a weighty con
sideration, he can ride both horses
on the inflation question without
being accused of having too much
love for the Rag Baby, or an ear
that takes too much delight in the
metalic ring of the yellow lucre.
Let the party give us Hendricks,
and lie will be carried to the White
House, Grant and Conkling to
the contrary.
North Carolina and her Sons.
Gen. Lee in his final report of
the battle of Gettysburg, thus refers
to the lamented Gen. James John
ston Pettigrew, who was killed at
Falling Waters :
'Brig. Gen. Pettigrew, an officer
of great merit and promise, was
mortally wounded.' Brig. J. R.
Trimble, of Maryland, in the March
number of Oar Living and Our
Dead, thus speaks of our boys in
gray :
'So far as relate ; to the good
conduct of North Carolina troops
from the b-iiinuiiii; to the close of
the war, I think tiieir unpretend
ing courage in action; their patient
submission to the privations of the
camp and the march; their almost
child-like docility ami accept ince
of discipline everywhere; nd where
circumstances needed it, th 'ir dar
ing valor, are now recognized and
highly appreciated by all.' 'No
officer who commanded North Car
olina troops has ever, that 1 know
of, complained of their behavior.'
lie commanded Lane's and
Scales' North Caroiinia brigades in
the fatal charge on the 3rd day at
Gettysburg. He says of those
brigades;
'Notwithstanding the losses as we
alvan ed, the men marched with
the deliberation and accuracy of
men on drill. I observed the same
In i'ettig: 's iinf ,'
Gen. A. P. Ii; ii told th: late
Mr. Wallace of Petersburg, Va
that he always preferred to com
mand North Carolinians, because of
their fortitude, submission to au
thority and unfaltering courage.
Gen. Hood of Texas sail in h;s
Yarboro House address, that North
Carolina furni hed more troops than
any other State, and they were of
th;j best.
jlh. Wa 1.; Hampton, of S. C.
ioM Gjk. Vance that the best troops
i:o sitw ia ilie war were from Norta
Carolina.
In a recent speech in the U. S,
Senator Morrill, of Vermont, in re
ferring to Gen. Hansom's splen
did efibrt of last year that gave
him a great national reputation,
said :
'I remember now one of the ablest
and most eloquent speeches that
have been delivered in this body
was delivered by tlie Senator from
North Carolina.'
Wc gather these facts and onin-
! ions because they are deserved coai-
pliuients and concern our people.
c are- giad to learn, ;is we
Co
from the .lu-ti Chrouicle and
beuLiiti, ia it ihe itj-.i.y to the
gra;ri cro; .;'' .-ria by the recent
sud-itn and s voVe spelt of cold
weather is not ncArly as serious as
at Crst renorted.
For the Southerner.
Compulsory Schools, a ''Beast" in
u.&ssacnus3ttj.
Mr. Editor. The following is
a paragraph cut from the Sings of
the Timet, published at Meddleton,
New York:
"Tho Compulsory education ex
periment is giving rise to consider
able trouble in Boston. The pub
lic schools in that city are kept open
on Saturday until noon. The news
paper? report that some time since
a little girl of -Abrahamic descent
was arraigned before a police court
on a charge of habitually absenting
hers :lf from school on Saturday.
When her case was under considera
tion her futher appeared to plead
in her defense, and stated that as
Saturday was the Jewish Sabbath
he and his family attended divine
service on that day. This, how
ever, had do weight with the dis
penser of justice, who pronounced
the girl guilty of a violation of the
compulsory education act of Mass
achusetts, and sentenced her to
undergo an imprisonment of three
months in a reformatory. If this
is progress, it is progress backward,
and in the direction of the blue
laws and the dark ages."
That State takes the lead. In
the city of Boston, they have be
gan the persecution, and made war
on tho god-given-rg hts to parents
and have tern from their embrace
a daughter and put her in prison
for three months for violation of
the school law. The little girl's
disobedience was her father took
her on Saturday (The Jewish Sab
bath) to divin-wership. Massachu
setts, no doubt has pleased Presi
dent Grant who recommends Con
gress to amend the Federal Consti
tution so as to compel the separate
states to have just such Compulsory
Schools, Parents, are you willing
to give up your children to be edu
cated by such Tyrants 1 Tyrants
will never raise up children in the
fear and admonition of the Lord.
Massachusetts ! the land of mor
ral Ideas and blue laws to puseeute
witches and bluc-lights to the ene
mies in 1812 are twin brothers of
the beast spoken of in Rev. 13th
Chapter, and is the first to give
strength to the least, so the nub of
its' horns are seen and felt in the
land of blue laws. It seems to me
that no compact or law suits them
but the law of Tyrants. The Con
stitution of the United States was
a 'covenant of death, and an
agreement with hell,' and no law
but their own moral ideas seems to
be the higher law that all men must
bow down to tho Tyrant beast. If
Congress shall give heed to the
wicked devices of . false prophets
and false teachers and amend the
organic law so as to force the sepa
rate States to do as Massachuetts,
then I believe the day is not far
distant when there will be great
lamention and morning with moth
ers and bloodshed by fathers in this
once happy and prosperous states.
I hope God will give us honest and
capable statemen to guide and
rule. 76.
Our Washington Letter.
Washington, D. C, t
March 127th, 17 "6.
Editok South eenf.u : March, the
much abused and long desired wit
oe 48 baa returned from Canada. lie
arrived, on Wednesday and has been
before the judiciary committee. He
does not seem entirely, assured of his
safety, for in giving his testimony, he
is restless and uneasv : This is the
result of the action of President Grant
and Attorney General Pierrepont
Marsh says that Mr. Clymer did not
tell him to go away and that he had
no intention of leaving: the country
when he left Washington. So that it
appear that all the at use heaped on
Olvmer for Marsh's disaonearance is
mere radical venom. Mrs. Marsh has
also testified and there is such a chair
of evidence from a cloud of witness
testifying to substantially the same
facts, that the correction of Belknap
is assured. The committee it is said,
will report the articles of impeach
ment on Wednesday.
Ex Senator Stewarts testimony be
fore the committee on foreign affairs
in regard to the Emma Mine (Swindle
ia the most amusing and interesting
ever given since Sam Waller testified
in the great case of Bardell vs. Peck
wlck (see Charles Dickens reports),
ike Ei. (Senator clothes his answers
in useless verbiage, that would require
the ingenuity of one of the proverbi
al "Philadelphia lawyers" to discover
the meaning. He evidently believes
with Sallyrand "that words were in
vented to conceal thoughts.
Minister Schenck is here but urr
to-day has been (so ho Bays) too oti
well to appear before the committee:
The kitchen cabinet organs have
delighted in harping on what they
cail the want of action in tho House,
yet they say nothing about an act
which originated in a republican Sen
ate a few days ago and which for
utter stupi lity, impracticabilitv and
want of statesmanship has not had
the parrallel since the session began.
I a'dudo to tha bill of Senator llam
liu regulating the trauamission of
third class mail matter. It will be
remembered what a faux pus the same
gentleman made last session when he
raised the rate on that species of
matter from one to two oents per
ounce. He now proposes a sliding
scale, making the price of this class
of matter depend upon the destina
tion it is carried, and the postmaster
is to be judge of the price. If adopt
ed such a law could only result, in
total cDnfossion, besides offering ad
ditional inducements and opportuni
ties to postmasters to steal. Every
newspaper ia the country is ridicu
ling thu proposed law, and its autiiors
name will be handed down as the
champion blunderer of the times.
Our post office must be wretchedly
managed as there is a deficiency of
ten million dollars.
It is-expected that the Patent office
will soon receivod the attention of a
committee. Ic teems to be admitted
ttiat no niduction should be made in
tlio force in this olf.ee, or in the pay
ot th'j clerks, because the office is
more the self sustaining and the em
ployees have to be skilled mon who
are entitled to good salaries. The work
of the Committee will be to discover
what disposition is made of the large
surplus received every year. It i
thought that some interesting devel
opments, of money paid to outside
parties, will be made.. The law re
quires that each department or bu
reau shall publish each year an exact
statement giving the name of each
employee and the amount paid to
each, together with other expenses
incurred. This has not been done in
the Patent office sinoe 1861, and there
is probably "a large sized bug under
that chip." Senator Conklin has vi
olated another law by appearing be
fore tho appeal board of the patent
office and making a caeo of interference
between patentees. Of course the Sen
ator, whose bare word could dismiss
any member of the board, gumed the
case. The insolence of Blaino as the
Republican leader in the House has
become almost unbearable and it
received a wholesome check on Thurs
day from Mr. Yeatman of North Car
olina, who depricated tho continual
use of the term "rebel" to designate
southern men in the confederate army.
Ho claimed for himself and his south
ern compatriots as much patriotism
and love of the union as was to be
found among the Republicans, He
showed that no sooner did a southern
man baconje a republican as Holden
of N. C. and Longstreet had done,
that at once they were no longer reb
els, all taint being removed, and that
tha only reason-for the use oft "this
term was that the people of the fcuth
would not accept the teaching of re
publicans. In other words that they
were "rebels," against republican
domination aad not against the
country. Nothing of interest has oc
curred in e'.ther House. The legisla
tive appropriation bill is being dis
cussed and will be passed as reported.
The Senate will not agree to it and a
grand fight may be expected.
Ekno.
The huge, drastic, sickening pills, con
structed of crude, coarse aud bulky icgred
idnts, are fast being superseded by Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets or Su
gar-Coated, Concentrated Root and Herbal
Juice, Anti-Bilhous Granules the "Little
Giant" Cathartic or Mult urn in Parvo Physic.
Modern Chemical Science enables Dr Pierce
to extract from the juices of the most valua-
b'e roots and herbs their active medical
principles, which, when worked into little
Pellets or Granules, scarcely larger than mus
tard ted, readers each little Pallet as active
and powerful as a large pill, while they are
mucu more palatable and pleasant in effect.
Dr. Ira A. Thayer, of Bacocsbur, Ohio,
writes : "l regard yonr Pellets as the best
remedy for the conditions for which you
prescribe them of anything I have ever used
bo miid and certain in effect, and leaving
the bowt's io an excellent condition. It
seems o me they must take the place of all
other cathartic puis and medicines."
LtoN & Macomber. druggists. Vermil
lion, D. T., say : 'We think they are going
to seil like hot cakes as soon as people get
acquainted with them will spoil the pill trade
as those that have used them like them bet
tter ban large pills."
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
W. T. TAYLOR,
Manufacturer of
WKD0W FRAMES, D00ES,
Plain Panels of eYery style
DOOlt FRAMES,
WINDOWS, SASHES, BLINDS,
MANTLES, MOULDINGS,
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
AND
Tobacco Box Patterns,
Whitaker's, N. C.
Also, contract to put up buildings, turn
idling; all material. ooiUDlete nun kv i,i
or otherwise, as parties my pri-fer, all with
kim-iinea mmtier.
March 24, 1876. iy
NOTICE.
lT. S. LYFERXAL REYE.UE
SPECIAL TAXES
May 1, IS76, to April 30, 1877.
Tha Revised Statues of the United States.
Sections 3232, 3237, S238. and 32U9, require
rery person engaged m any business, avo
ca:ion. or eniDlovmer t whinh ronHpra him
liable to a SPECIAL TAX. TO PROCURE
AJND CONSPICUOUSLY IN
HIS ESTABLISHMENT OR PLACE
OF BUSINESS a STAMP denoti ug the
payment of said SPECIAL TAX for the
Special Tax Year beginning May 1, 1876,
before commencing r continuing business
after April 30, 1876.
THE TAXES EMBRA CED WITHIN TEE
riw VISIONS OF THE LAW
ABOVE QUOTED ARE THE
FOLLOWING, VIZ:
Rectifiers f200 00
Dealers, retail liquor 25 CO
Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 CO
Dealers in malt liquor, wnolesale- 50 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00
Retail deilers in leaf tobacco 500 00
And on sales of over 1,000, fifty
cents for every dollar in excess
of $1,000.
DealetJ ;n manufactured tobacco- 5 00
Manufacturers of stills 50 00
And for eich still manufactured". 20 00
Andfot eah worm manufactured 20 00
Manufactt rer of tobacco 10 00
ManufactUi era ofcismrs in fin
Peddlers ol Jbicco, first c'ass (more
man iwo nurses or oiner animals) 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two
horses or other animals) 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class '(on
horse or other animal) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewer of less than 500 barrels 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person so liable, who shall f:ii! inwim.
ply with the f.ircgoine reqnirments will be
subject to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to nav nnv nf th
Special Taxes named above must apply to
mi; .via a rwwjSKa, collector of internal
Revenue at New Berne, N. C , and pay tor
and procure the Special-Tax Stamp or Stamps
thev m efl. prior to M;iv 1. 1S7R and WTTTT-
OUT FURTHER NOTICE.
D. D. PRATT,
Ckmmimpner of Internal Revenue.
OrrifE op Internal Kkyeue,
Washington, D. C. February 1, 1876. 4t.
To Physicians and Druggists
of Edgecombe and Sur-
roundin
inr I'AiintiAi!
H
AVIN'U ESTABLISHED IN ADDITION
to my regular Drag business, a
DRUG AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS,
l am prepared to furnish those desiring'
DRUGS, cnKMICAI.S, OiLS, PAINTS,
WINDOW Of, ASS AND DK LE
GIST'S SUNDRIES,
wit'i such l'ooi!. all of which I wa:-: ant pure
at nianulucti.i--i 's prk-i--:
Country Physicians
i! ii'll it to ihoy n.lv::;:' ic t' call OD. m
e!orc order :U :v. .,.
A. II. -MACNAlR,eiit.
T'srboro', Jan. Ml, tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Soluble Bahama Guano,
Manufactured y
WALTON, WHANN & CO.,
THE VERY BEST ARTICLE IN THE MARKET.
Not a single complaint has been made by its
numerous purchasers, but is universally praised
bv all.
ml
Full weight, good bags, and the analysis ofi
every bag guaranteed.
The undersigned has now in store a large lot
of this
which I am offering at
VERY REDUCED PRICES.
All purchasers are requested to call on me
before purchasing elsewhere.
J. B. COFFIELD.
March 24, 1876. 2m
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.
334 Bowery, Bf.
to whom was awarded
The Premium Medal
for the best elastic truss and supporter at the
last session of the
Great American Institute Fair.
Cure rnptnre in from thirty to ninety dayi,
aud offer $1000 for a case they cannot cure.
1 hey emploj a
Pirst Class Lady Surgeon.
Terms moderate. Cures guaranteed. Or
ders filied by mail. Examinations free. Tut
nsnal discount to patrons. Send ten cnt
tor a descriptive book to
Prof. W. W. BURN II AM, M. D.,
mcb 24 ly Chief SnrgMB.
LA DSHD SALE !
LAUD, WITH FINE RES
DEME AND OUT
BUILDINGS.
TTTILL be sold shortly a pnrt or the whole
Y V of my plantation adjoining the lands of
Jesse it. rowell, ksq., and otners.
THE BUILDINGS ARE EXCELLENT,
THE NEIGHBORHOOD FIRST
CLASS, AND THE PRICE
VERT LOW.
Apply to my Attorney, Hon. Geo. Howard
if you wish either cheap land or fine resi
dence handsomely located.
To anyone desiring a farm as a residence,
no place in the county oilers so many auran
tages at anything near the price.
Mar. 15-tf. Mrs. M. M. BULLOCK.
Offic Board Co., Commissiosbks )
Kl)CECOMBE COITNTY, V
Tarboro', N. C, March, 13th 1876. J
OKDEUED by the Board of County Com
missioners that the attention of the Town
ship Trustees be called to the following Sec
tion of the Machinery Act far the year 1876,
and they are also requested t see" that the
provisions kt( f aid fceotion unless they pro
duce a lhMeian'e Certificate to the Board
showing that sickness was the cause of their
f lilure to comply.
Teet : A. McCabe, Clerk.
Sec. 20. Persons not giving in to be charged
iriVA double tax, and be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor .-
The county commissioners shall insert in
the abstract of the tax list for each township
the description and valuation of all property
not griven in, with the name oi the person
supposed to be liable for the taxes thereon,
and the names of all persons in each town
ship liable lor a poll tax who failed to give
themselves in, and shall charpe all such per
sons with double the tax with which they
would otherwise be chargeable, unless satis
factory excuse therefor be rendered ; and all
persons who are liable for a poll tax and
shall w ilfully fail to give themselves in, and
all persons who own property and wilfully
fall to list it within the time allowed, before
the list-taker aud the County Commission
ers, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or, and on conviction therelor shall be fined
not more than fifty dollars or imprisonment
not more than one month. t
NOTICE.
Office Board of Co. Commissioners,
3
-bidgecotnbe County,
Tarboro, N. C, Alar. 6tb. 1876
rRDERED bvihP
J Sec. 4. Chan. 52. Rittlo'a RevUal h
polling place of-Otter's Creek Township No.
uc imu iut same is nereoy discontinued at
William UVhl.'a liou j j . it
kj nuujv, 1.1 J LI 1 CU1VTCU bU iiai -
Tell & Webb's Store, and it in further nrier4
that publication hereof be made in the Tr
borouh Southerner for thirty days.
est : a. McCAB E, Clerk.
March 10, 1S76. lm
NOTICE.
Office Board op Co. Commissiok
SSIOKEK8, J
nnty, I
Bth, 1876.)
Edgecombe County
Tarboro, N. C, Mar. 6
ORDERED by the Board, that pursuant to
f-pe. 4 rhan. R'2. Rn.tt.ln' Rprianl ' tho
i r ' i r l
and the same ia hereby discontinued at Spar
ta, and removed to Nettle's School House in
said Township. Further ordered that publi
cat ou hereof be made In the Tarboronrh
nnlliutr iil:ifi. nf Mnartu Townsliin No S hp
Southerner for thirty days.
Test : A. McCABK, Clerk.
March 10, 187C. lm
NOTICE.
Office Board of Co. Commissiokebs, )
iliDGECOMBB COCKTT,
Tarboro', N. C, Mar. 6th 1876.)
ORDERED by the Board, that pursuant to
!Stc 4, Chap, 52, Battlers Kcyisal, the
polling placo of Walnut Creek Township
No. 11, be and the same is hereby discontin
ued at Noble's Mill and removed to the
Township House on the County Lands near
the Pool House. Further ordered that pub
lication hi.-reof he maile in the Tarborough
Southerner lor thirty days.
rest : A. McUABE, Clerk.
March 10, 1870. lm
FARMEES
LOOK TO 10111 MEREST !
COOK'S COTTON PLANT
ED OPENS, SOWS AND
COVERS.
LL who lisve tried it pronounce it the
A befct. Ilefereuce8: Col. J. L, Bridger,
..lain '-s lloJe,- 8. L. Hart and others. "
3Jrice JIG.OO.
(all at the Hard ware store of V. G. Lewis
aud examines it.
"WILLIAM COOK
Tarboro', N. C.
II i.-. S-l a.
GRMT BARGAINS
IN
GROCERIES
AND
FINE LIQUORS.
mHS nadaralfiaed respectfully call the at
X tention f tha citisens af Tarboro and
orronnding cauntry to their stock of
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
Family Flour of all Grades,
CHEAPEST IN TOWN.
N. C. Apple Brandy.
Fine Rye Whiskey,
3 yean old, for family use.
Wa offer taaae and athar brands of Li
quors at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We have from 12 to IS barrels constantly
od haad.
KEEP ALL GRADES OP
SUGAR, COFFEE &C,
aid sell cheapar than any plaoa in towa.
TOBACCO by tba box at manafactarer's
price.
1ST Call s aad U ooaviiicad of ear
low prices.
S. WOOLAfiD & CO.
Fab. 25, 1676. 6m.
REMOVAL!
THE ATTENTION OF THE CITIZENS
of Nash and Edgecomba is respectfully
callei to my change of location from my old
stand to one of the
BRICK STORES
on West side of Railroad, adjoining Messrs.
Bunn fc Battle. Having thoroughly renova
ted my present store, 1 am prepared to offer
to my friends and the public generally, a com
plete line of goods usually foand in a
GROCERY AND PROVISION HOUSE,
consisting In part as follows :
Standard Family Flours,
Extra, Supar, and Fine Floars tba aaaie in
i bbls., i and 1-8 Sacks.
Bolted and Unbolted Corn Meal.
No. 1 Bulk and Bacon Shoulders.
No. 1 Bulk and Bacon Sidas.
No. 1 Canvass! S. C. Hams.
City Mess, Prime aad Rump Pork.
Kettle Rendered Lard in Tierces, Kega aad
Backeta.
N. C. Cat and Weod'a Family Rm Herrings
Labrador and Eastern Herrings.
No. 1 Mackerel io Barrels and Kita.
Moantain and Goaben Buttar.
Prime Factory, English Dairy and Pine Ap
ple Cheese.
Rio, Lag. and Old Gov't Java Coffee.
Rio and Lag. Coffee Toasted, Paeked i Tin
mqu, 1 lb. Package.
Powdered, Cut-Loaf and all Standard Brands
of Refined Sugars.
N. O., Porto Rico and Demerva. Sugars.
Common and Fine Syrups.
Common and Fine Whiskies.
Scotch Ale, London Porter Wines, &c.
Teas, Peppers, Spices, Snuffs, Tobaccos and
Cigars.
Tin, Wooden and Willow Ware.
Toilet and Laundry Soaps,
Winslaw'a Green Corn,
Fresh Tomatoes.
Pine Apple, Peaches, Preserves,
Jellies, Mustards, Sardines,
aad Lobsters.
Brandy Peaches, Pickles,
Cbow-Chow, Potted Turkey,
Tongue, Salmon and Ham.
Worcestershire Sauce, Flavoring Extracts,
Gelatine and Corn Starch.
Wilson's Celebrated Corned Beef in 2 and 4
pound Tins.
Citron, Currants and Raisins.
French and Plain Candies, Nuts, &c.
Canton Preserved Ginger.
6" Particular attention is called to mv
BUMGARDNER &SUMMERDEAN PURE
RYE WH1SKIKS. niniallrH,..vr.j
tcinal and lam:!y uses. Also to my stock of
iiujiui icu uu .Luinesuc UuAKc.
Havinfr been amnlnl A
r 11 . - - u v vi uiii CH B
Celebrated WINE VINEGAR and mmrv
1 am prepared to offer same at nianufactur-
ci o yi ieua,
I am constantly receiving the above line of
Goods, and can safelv
being Fresh and of Standard Brands, and am
pi eparea io oner same at I air prices for Cash.
1 return my thanks for the kind and liberal
natrouaye eriioveri for thn nntt
a- j , .j u v.ub juars.
and respecifully solicit a couticuaDce of the
A. P. CHALK,
Feb. 25.-tf. ECcky JJctmt, IT, C
NEW ADVERTISMENT.
NEW SPRINOGOODsl
JUST RECEIVED
y-, Pender Si Jenkiae vV
k Wpl
1600 yarda New Spring Calicos.
A beautiful assortment Ladies Silk Scarfs and Cravats
m . t BeltS' Children and Misses Fancy English Hosiery
Miles Goat Boots, made up with broad bottoms expressly f.r old ladie
Gents' bewed Gaiters and Shoes.
Cassiraeres, Cottonade, Plaids and Knitting Cotton.
Wiesenfeld, Stern & Co.,
Cotton Factors
General Commission Merchants,
Baltimore, 3Xd.
Make liberal Cash advances on consignments of Cotton and other
Produce.
Also with approved security, will advance on accommodating terms
SUPPLIES to FARMERS for carrying on this year's crops. '
Those desiring to avail themselves of the above offer, will atmlv to
our Agent, J. B. Coffield, Tarboro', N. C.
J. B. COFFIELD,
Gen. Commission Merchant
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Whiskies, Wines, Tobacco, Segars,
Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building
and Shell Lime, Gu
anos, &c, &c.
Tarboro9, W. C.
Feb. 19, 1875. lv
NEVVJFIRM !
NEW GOODS
Having recently purchased H. M. Williams
stock of goods, I am now conducting the
business known as the
TARB0W BOOK STORE,
and have jnst received a Urge and full as
sortment of
SCHOOL BOOKS,
which I guarantee to sell at publisher's pri
ces. Also a fall line ot
PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY, COMBS,
BRUSHES, FANCY TOILET SOAPS,
AND PERFUMERY,
In fact everything usually found in a first class
Book Store.
I sell writing paper by the ream at N. Y.
wholesale prices. Any hook not in Stock
ordered at Publisher's prices, (iardeu Soeds
of all kinds on hand. Call and secure bar
gains. FRANK S. BAKER.
A pent for J. H. Baker.
Tarboro, Feb. 11, 1876. 2m.
GEO. S. HAWES,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Tin, Ooppei
il IlilllLii
Tarboro .
4 FULL LINE OF COOKING, HEAT-
XJS.
in?, Parlor & Office Stoves,
kept constantly on hand,'
which will be sold at the
lowest cash prices.
BOOFNG AM) GITTERWG
either in town or country, promptly attend
ed to and on reasonable terms.
of all kinds in his Hue executed with prompt
ness.
If you can't afford to buy a new stove bring
juur um uuc una iraue.
GEO. S. HAWES,
Nearly opposite Post Office
Feb. 18, 1S76. iy.
TO
OF EDGECOMBE AXD AD
J0WIXC COliiVTIES,
I haw just receivo.l a fiesh stock of Sxc
for 1T6, such as
P0TAT0E SEEDLXXGS, Picked
EARLY AXD LATE PEAS
of all varieties.
Cabbages, Collard
AND ALL OTHER KINDS FOR THE
GARDEN.
Also GRASS AND HERD SEEDS.
At A. H. MACNAIR'S
Drug and Prescription Store.
Tarboro, Jan. 28, 1870. if
SUPPLIES FOR THE
NEWJEAR.
"7"E arc now prepared to furnish Farmers
With their annual supplies of
HEAVY MESS PORK.
RUME PORK.
BACON SIIOULDLRs.
BULK
FAMILY FLOUR.
EXTRA FLOUR.
SUPER FLOUR.
SUGAliS, nil gisdei.
COFFEES, all mad?s.
JIOLASSES. &.C An .
- , 1 . VVi
and trunk we can offer sppcial ir.dnxementa
io pa ue$ uesiring ama'iccs.
tT To all our oi l cnt mars wo nTr n,,-
service aain, nhl others we wooll re.-i ect
fully aa'i to gie us a trial.
S. S. iASH & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Com, Meroh.ntet I
Tarboro', N. C, Jan. 7, 176. tT
m.
smjm
FARMERS &
GARDNERS
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
rpHE STOCK OF GOODS OF
M. Weddell & Co.,
WITH THE
Good Will of the Business,
IS OFFERED
FOR SALE!
and the Store House can be leased for
ONE OR MORE YEARS.
This is one of the oldest and
IN THE PLACE.
Apply to
M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro, Dec. 17, 1875. tf
" Our House "
Bar and Restaurant.
1KEEP THE CHOICEST LIQUORS,
Wines and Cigars, that ever soothed tlje
suffering, er revived the weary.
And then, alter swallowing one of my ex
hilarating beverges my customers can get a
Meal at any Hour,
OX SHORTEST NOTICE.
OYSTERS, served np in any style, and all
the delicaccs of tho season vill be found at
my table.
OYSTERS
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
NOTICE.
AT
WISHING to clone my mercantile busi
ness, I will sell the most of my stock
of goods now on hand, amounting to about
S 10,000,
FOR CASH.
Parties wishing bargains would do well to
call soon aud supply themselves. I would
also sell on accommodating terms, m.y
STORE AND LOT,
in this place. The store is new, large and
well built, and oue of the most conveniently
arranged lor business of any store In the
State. The stand for business ia all that
could be asked for.
Parties wishing to purchase can communi
cate with mc at this place.
J. H. PIPPEN,
Feb. 4-3m. Whitaker's, N. C.
PRIVTAE
Boarding House.
MRS. V. E. LIPSCOMB respectfully an
nouuees that she has ODtned a Private
Boarding House in Tarboro, on the corner
ot Bank and Pitt Streets.
Good Fare. Pletumnt Rooraa, Comfor.
taDle Beds. Board Moderate.
Feb. 19, 1875. ly
M. HOWAED,
SI1.LZB IK
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
5eO., SrC, ScC.
Next door to Mrs, Peudei'a Hotel,
TARBORO, N. C
m
ART 1 1
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