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.IM) MATE SEWS.
Cni N i v ContT. Want of
ovont? our noticing inny
this body, now Hi scs-
,f , Grand Jury were drawn,
W4 ' i-1.-M-ii'" n 11 intelligent ichitc
time, 'l
v ffl.n. Ji"l en.i-. -ea.
...... -i'U represented, u.m irom
but owing probably to
condition of many of
ill!
id iil.rci"'
, in; i:i rV
is it this time, these gentlemen,
K-i ivo. ciiecnm una uuauio ou
. i .
'oVe.'si'ts, pWuted, it seemjd to us,
m'.cn "
l. . ..
ill countenances.
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T!.e
County Iiumiic: v umu uji iuiu
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f tOIilC J l" I q n I v .i .... Ui
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1' ,'...(;tt'Cui:rt, an election was hell to sup.
',1' tiu- vae.iney ami panics F. Jenkins,
!'' lu'i;!"- nominated, was unanimously
t . Y -.1-. :is .u. " ... ...... . v.
t a ;ieeial lermot tlic Court,
ij.l !.,,; morKli, the Magistrates were di-
' .'t,-i ' make report at this Teri of the
1 Ll . .. . i . i ..: i ...... :.. 4 !...: .
' lii .i oi loo jjiiuu iii muir several
which reports disclosed a much
V iiivorahle state of nll'airs, than we
:i!it;
iiiate.i. Hue it was deemed ne
t'o repair aud rebuild several
..ri;,,s in a iew oi ma districts m
f'n.,f;ty, they were reported in good
' t''-:.'n and no action at this time ne-
(..-..ry.
. ;.. ioit f the rommissionerp, appotnt-
f,i ri-nlllltl t!. T'.fiil..i nt
l. - 3- .!.,
t ueeomniended an indelinitc- .
-M of any action in the matter,
. ri.iiip; the citizens of that section
,v.r necessity and onveiiienee, w:is
ire
i,;.d the following resolution
(;, !rnl. Tisat Joah Jenkins, C. L. Vines
i i ..i. i . j ( ' i riii" v 1-! ' Dim, iintc.1 r.nnv.i,.
, hC. lo i-1 uui- iiii-i imuiuiia yn .v UTKlge
;-ir:a, upon the same conditions and
..ul.iti-ins as heretolure ordered in rela
, a to the rebuilding of the Tarboro
.;,:j:e:and that tlie Cviinmissioncis be re
! :e.l to aeeci't for the County all the
.,1 timber suitable for the Bridge. hereto
., contracted fr by former Commission
's el' 1 1 to Sparta Bridge,
i'i.e C.'iiiui'ttee appointed to examine
in ii:e i siii'tiiion ot the New Jail, in con-
, : i ( i with the recent escape of prisoners
i:,ciclnm, matle the ir report, winch we
t:,- compelled to omit publishing this issue;
1 i;i being a matter in which the entire coun
ty takes an interest, we will endeavor to
I i v it lioi'-re our readers next week.
The Commissioners, appointed to super
intend the erection of the Jail, also niiide
tl eir report, Showing the entire cost of the
m. tuiv to amount to $10,524 71, of which
'J,l'-; ."I hr.d been already paid, leaving a
l..iia:;ee due of i'Ju 21." The Report of
l lie CummissiuUei s was adopted, liable to
1; e alterations suggested by tho investiga
tu.i; Committee.
O ving t the want of funds, no action
v.a taken in regard to the erection of suit
able cabins and other fixtures on the site
tor the new county I'oor House, and the
Commiiteo were discharged from further
consideration of the subject.
M.eriiiTIart tendered his resignation, but
as Uie neccssai'ji majority of Justices were
not present, no action was taken in the mat
ter. We sincerely trust that Sheriff II. may
be induced to reconsider his resolution.
Ti I - i i r . . . . , p : ...,.....,
ite n.is piovou. niniscu fii eetj ;i"
able and etlicient ollieer,and his retirement,
part iciilarly at this time, would be a great
lss f the Coiinty; of course mi Iron C!id
wouhl fill his place.
Win. F. Mercer, Esq., Coroner of the
('oiui'y, and .Mr. Sol Fender Constable, also
1. iiuvrod their resignations, which the
t'oiut deeliiHsi to accept.
Wednesday was entirely occupied in
the di'iosalol' the. State Docket.
A : hi .-: vjous 1 xi'i.ic tjox. Notwithstand
ing tie; fill of rain on Monday, quite a
crowd of colored people, interspersed with
u lew whiles, met at tlie Academy.
The o', jeel of the gathering was to lis
ten to the outspoken sympathy of a Mr.
Jones, copper-colored, way from tlie North,
in behal: of - flic's Sons, down in this be
nighted section, and the probable advance
ment of his own pecuniary finances.
Not arriving at the commencement of
his speech, we of course endeavored, as
best we could, to get the drift of the gen
tleman's remarks, but confess to ail abso
lute failure in this respect.
Such balderdash and nonsense we never
heard conglomerated together within the
limits of our slender experience, and his
lamentable failure of an harangue was du
ly appreciated by his audience, who, be
sides behaving in a most disorderly man
ner, left him in troops. We have had the
pleasure of hearing colored orators before,
,..1 IwtiMicil .ma. Uieir Kestinieiit wit'i
.HIV .... -m . .
t;reat res
Fl attention, but it remaiv-
ed !''!l'-.'.VpJo:ies to utterly reverse our
hithcxd opinions, and vc feel sure
of c'iv.lvlug the voice of many of his au
dience in noping never to be cursed with
such an infliction again. The only redeem
ing portion of his speech was an occasion
al word of advice, thrown hi apparently
for appearance sake.
Becoming completely worn out in the at
tempt to decipher his meaning amid the
1 .ibel of tongues around us wo left, sha
king the cl ti si olf our feet.
V, e desire to see our colored population
u I rive all the instruction aud advice with
in their reach. It is absolutely necessary
i'...:r futurn guidance, but, at the same
l iiin1, we dislike to see them so grieviously
imposed on as in this instance.
'i hey have .somt' sjieakcrs, who have the
sense to know what they are talking about,
we ourselves will bear cheerful testimo
ny and, if unwilling to listen to tlie voice
oi titose with whom they have spent their
liv. s, let t'nem give heed to those nhh to
iiiMi ui.t, and not spend money or time on
every Northern itinerant-demagogue, who,
starving at home, come amongst the blacks
trusting to (ill their pockets through means
of the'eiedulity and Ignorance of the
race.
Hitherto we have escaped to a gr?at ex
tent the imiptiouof this class of plagues,
and to this happ chance, may be attribu
ted the orderly and peaceful character
maintained by the colored people of Edge
combe, but haying probably drained to the
iitin)sUe"v7esources of other coinmuni-fUr-rTi
now turn their wandering foot
steps to this land of reputed wealth and
plenty.
Exri:i:.MiNATio.v. The Raleigh Progress
is out in favor of a war of extermination
against Mosquitoes, Flics and Gnats.
AVe wish vou much project in your lau
dai.le underiakiiig but at the same time
would commend caution. Remember your
iiit struggle. Have you yet recovered
siiilieienllv to commence another active
campaign"? Your opponents certainly have
the advantage in numbers, if not size.
D ( i ASTflV T? ITT
".ij-uuAij, CLUCK
in this Road recently sold at auction in
Raleigh for $12 U pec share, showing a de
crease in value, since the last Stockhol
ders meeting, July 4th, 18G7, of about $25
per share. .
It will be recollected that the State
Treasurer sold by order of the Conven
tion ;;s2 :,oo of' stock in this Company
tor btate bond, then worth $G0, thereby
saving for the State about 8121,000, of
- "uopuicnaseu mis stock have
lost that amount.
The depreciation in the value of stock
m this company may be readily traced to
the superior skill and management on the
V1 vnmingin ana Wcldon and
North Carolina Road fin both of wind.
the State is largely interested) when bv a
combined effort thev succeeded
lishiug a complete and thorough system of
freight, via Gokisboro, at the same cost and
time, as formerly monopolized by the Ral
eigh ar.d Gaston.
Want of penetration and a desire to re
tain the wltolc of the immense business
hitherto transacted by this Company, pie
vented the R. & G. Road from accepting
the terms proposed by the other Roads oT
dividing the profits arising therefrom, and
to this may be attributed the almost total
loss of their former business, in the wayJoV
freight, and the consequent heavy and
iapiu ucpreciation or tlieir stock.
From this they will alo, no doubt, ro
eeive the thanks of irdividuals, for .their
loss in the exchange of State bonds for R.
& G. R. R. stock.
rcxTsn.ui-.xT rou Wmmxu a FKF.r.n
avoman. General order Xo. 75 is out. re-
lu" 111111 11,0 l0sl coun ot 1 Vmoiitli, .N
..... 4t. . . ,i. . .
C, had arraigned and tried Abram Jeuk
his, justice of the peace, and William Dun
ning, Jas. M. Early, Arnold (alias Dick)
Cook, John R. Early, A, J. Dunning, W.
Dunning, John Rice, AV. C. (alias Cherry)
Dunning, G. II." "Mitchell and II. 1). Saun
ders, citizens of Lei tie and Hertford coun
ties, N. C.
Charge 1. "Riotous conduct." (One.
specification.)
Chargo'2. " Assault and battery."
Specification "In this, that the said
defendants, citizens of Hertford and Ber
tie counties, N. C, did in accordance with
the decision of an unlawful assemblage of
persons at or near Harmon's cross roads,
Bertie county, N. C, take one Fhillis Ruf
tin (colored) from a school house to some
woods near by, where 110 lashes, more or
less, were inflicted upon her person, and
the said defendants did inflict a portion of
said blows or lashes. All this at or near
Harmon's cross roads, Bertie county, N.
C, on or about the 11th of February,
18G7."
II. The defendant Sanders was found
guilty of an assault and battery in whip
ping a negro girl and boy, called Fdlen and
Robert, and sentenced to be confined at
hard labor for one month, at such place as
the commanding general may di
rect, and to pay a line of twenty dollars
(20). Abram. Jenkins was found guilty
of tlie first charge, Jhe specification to the
second charge, and sentenced to bo con
fined at hard labor one month, and fined
20. Wiley Dunning and John Rice were
acquitted. George If. Mitchell was found
guilty of the specification to the second
charge, and sentenced to be confined at
hard labor for three months, and lined 75.
Fikk FxTiN'ut'ir-iiEK. The impractica
bility, or rather the impossibility of obtain
ing a Fire Engine for our town seems to
have been generally concurred in by ail.
.-As we are to be deprived of this saf
guard, it becomes lis to look around and en
deavor to supply its place in some man
ner, and to du so, our worthy Commis
sioners should turn their attention to the
operations and uses of the Fortahle Self
Acting 1 ire Engine, which, while costing
comparatively nothing, has proved a more
potent extinguisher of lire, than any other
species of em-iue how in use.
It has been put to the severest tests, and
the results, weue entirely satisfactory in ev
ery instance. Though having never seen
it at work ourselves, we hare tee testimouy
of some of the most responsible aud relia
ble gentlemen in all tlie .Northern cities as
to its elliciencr. The following arc some of
its advantages as represented to us :
It i always ready for use, though stand
ing unused for years.
It puts out lire instantly.
It saves the great deluge of water now
used for this purpose.
It is as effective in the hands of a lad as
the most experienced iireman.
It is portable, and as easily handled as a
bucket of water.
It possesses within itself the power of a
force-pump, and is as aflective as a, Steam
f ire Engine.
It is harmless to health, life and pro
perty. It is the only known invention that will
put out tires from Kerosene, Tar, Petro
leum and all combustible materials now
n common use. w itn a low ot tnese en-
nes in Tarboro, we should feel compara-
tively easy.
Tiik Catk Fear Guano Company.
Any facts connected with the manufacture,
price, &c., of Fertilizers will be of interest
to a large class of our readers, and they
will hear with pleasure that the exertions
made by an enterprising Company in our
own State will probably meet with the suc
cess they deserve.
In this connection, we give seme facts
obtained by the Wilmington Pout from
Hon. R. R. Bridgets, President of the
Company.
Some 105,000 have been already sub
scribed, on the strength of which opera
tions will be commenced, although the full
amount desired, and which it is expected
will be obtained, is $250,000. Tlie ground
for the site of tho works has been selected
at Hilton, and has been already purchased,
and in a lew weeks ground will be broken
there and the erection of the necessary
buildings will be commenced. By the first
of January of tlie new year, it is thought
that the Guano will be in process of manu
facture, aud that a sufficient quantity can
be made in time to supply the farmers of
many portions of this and the neighboring
States with fertilizers. Tlie Guano will be
of the Patapsco kind, and a close attention
will be paid to its production, but with the
enlargement and extrusion of the works,
other varieties will be produced. It is
calculated that with the present resources
of the Company the production will be at
first at the rate of from two to three thous
and tons per year, and as soon as the sub
scription list has been, swelled to the ulti
mution hoped for, from six to seven thous
and tons will be turned out vcarly ; cnoutrb
we presume to supply a largo portion of
eaen oi me oomiicrn Mates.
Important. Maj. Ccn. Sickles, Com
manding the 2d Military District, has been
l elei ved by order of the President, and Bre
vet Maj, Gcu. Cauby succeeds,
Bad Management. For two days last
week, this entire community was deprived
ot all mail communication, simply because
one of the so-called engines upon the
Branch Road broke down as usual, and be
ing in such a secluded and isolated place,
of course had to depend entirely on our
own exertions for any relief in the premi
ses. ,
One would suppose that the business
transacted on tho Tarboro Branch Road
was sufficient to juatify the expense or
trouble of replacing a broken down engine
a few days with one suitable to do the work
and meet the just expectations of the pub
lic. AVe would suppose that tho same obliga
tions and responsibility to carry" the mail
and perform their duties remained with
the managers, as well upon the Branch
Road as upon the main stem, but would
they dare to commit such an act there, as
last week witnessed here. .
It is hardly probable to suppose that the
work-shops of the company contain no ex
tra or spare engines, ready for such emer
gencies, aud we can see no reason why one
was not sent immediately, instead of
keeping the public waiting until a work
shop could be improvized here, and dama
ges repaired. A dispatch to Wilmington
could easily have obtained one, in time to
make all regular communications.
Even if that was impracticable, surely
some steps could have been taken to for
ward the mail a deprivation of which for
several days in a business community like
Tarboro, must result in considerable incon
venience, if not loss.
Tim Great Cash Stokt:. Bonnet 8: de
Silva of Rocky Mount, well known as - the
Cheap Cash Headquarters of that flourish
ing and thriving place, make their appear
ance in our columns in this issue whh the
assurance that they sell aheays as low as
New York prices f nd often lower.
The immense business carried on by this
firm warrants this assertion, and being also
the Agent of the well known House of Ben
nett, Van Telt & Co., of New York- ena
bles them t oiler superior advantages over
tlieir competitors.
They are prepared to make liberal ad
vances of Fork, Corn, Hour, Bagging and
Rope, fcc, to the Planters of Edgecombe
countv.
Don't forget the Chccqt Slore, Rocky
Moitat.
Registration-. The following returns
snow tuc result o! tiic Registration in tins
County up to the present time.
"Whites. - Blacks.
10, 11)2
96 1st
100 50
42 9G
106 226
. 71 2.-.fi
58
573 1,14'J
Tarboro',
Rocky Mount,
EraswelV,
Sparta,
High Level,
Piney (J rove,
Hickory Fork,
Total,
Fkksoxat.. Judge Fawle passed through
our place on Sunday last, to hold Court in
Martin, the First in the Circuit.
He exchanged his ridings with Judge
Little, who has 1 ecu recently appointed
Judge for the Eighth Circuit and confirmed
by GeiiT Sickle.
Judge 1'. presides with ability; "the
change will not be regretted by theJJrd
Circuit. "
Tost Okktck Affairs. Route No. 5,037,
N. C, Plymouth to Franklin Depot. Con-
l.ract. is ordered with Jacob Bruni - Jr., of
Baltimore, lot three tiiHtS a. week service
Konte 5,1'ia, X. C.,-' Morris ville to Egypt
iJepof, is let to i i. jlemmon.s, service
six times a week, from September 1, 1SG7,
to June ,:o, 1S(,.S, at 52,100; and route from
Jonesboro to Gary is discont inued, it
um iius w:ii be a great improvement
ViVuiiii'jtun Putt.
Tnr. First Cotton. A friend has hand
ed us tlie (irsf open boll of cotton which we
have seen tnis season. It was grown bv
Mr. Charles Bishop on the plantation oi
Owen L Fillyuw, Esq., about four miles
from this city. Our informant states that
the specimen given us was pulled on Mon-
i day last, and from a stalk some six feet
high. If U:amjion I'o&t.
AxoTireu Sickt.fs Sextenck. A steam
boat captain at Charleston has been lined
250 for having refused to grant a first-class
ticket and passage to a colored woman, be
cause of her color. Gen. Sickles argues
the offender's guilt both as a lawver and
commander, and approves the finding of
the post court.
CnT Cominv,. John Robinson's Circus
is en route South. It exhibits at Peters
burg on September 2nd, and will be in
1 arboro about the middle of September.
Oct your spare change ready.
C 0 M 31 E it C I A L
Tarboro' Market.
KEr-OTSTEn BY IT. r. TEKL, DKAI.ER I DRY
GOODS, GKOCEUIKS, ETC., ' AI.N STREET.
Tarboro', Aug. 2!), JS67.
Cotton Dull at If. iTi 13 cents c R.
Corn St OOOYi $1 10 p- bushel.
Meal $1 25 (3 $1 ,r(l bushel.
Cow- Peas S0(5$t CO bushel.
Bacon Hog round, 11 cents i lb.
Hams, 1.1 (dt Id cents.
Lard 1.1(500 cents lb.
Butter Country, 40 (j) 50 cents tt.
Potatoes Sweet, 73 (: $1 00.
do Irish, $2 00(552 50.
Tallow 10 cents lb.
Esnrs 1 2 i (h 1 5 cents per dozen.
Chit-kens i5(t2f cents each.
Peed 'Cotton 0 cents 'p lb.
Hags 2J eenls p lh.
Bagging ,10 (a, 3-1 cents'? yard.
Dope 1.1 (&H cents jX lli.
Flaxseed $1 '50$2 00.
Beeswax lid cents.
Fresh Pork 1012t cents.
Beef f.S cents "r1 lb.
Dried Apples 10 cents.
Money Market.
Gold $1 3S.
Silver $1 GO.
lieY York Market.
.
Cotton has
New Yohk Antr. 27 G P. M,
declined J cents with sales of 700 bates at
21(a,21i eents. The general markets are
dull, but without marked change since noon.
Gold MOT.
Baltimore Market
Bai.timoke, Auj. 276 P. M. Coffee
quiet and unchanged. Cotton dull and low
er middling- '21 to 27J cents. Flour quiet
and nominally unchanged. Wheat receipts '
better; lOecnts lower choice red $2 S-l; fair
S3 2?$2 30. Corn more active prime
white $1 07($1 C8; yellew $1 4f(a)$l 16. j
Cals steady sales at 0ll(g)O"ie. feu par quiet.
.aeon shoulders, rib sides !.; elear.
rib Kii.: bulk meats held at Ic.
advanee.
Mess Pork firm. Lard unchanged.
Liverpool Markets.
. LivF.npoor., Aug. 2G Evening- Cotton
dull Had declined Jd; Sales of 7,000 bales:
Upland lOgd.; Orleans ldj.
Manchester advices are, 'unfavorable.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
t am :at
S OOTIIERN
; : ; DRh';'L A WRE NCE'S
C O INI POU ND EX Til ACT
A
A saje and certain cure (a?id
SCROFULA, in
such
CONSUMPTION
Enlargement and Ulceration of the Glands,
Chronic Rheumatism, Enuptions of the Skin, Chrjonic Sore Eyes,
ALSO,
SYPHILIS, IN ALL ITS FORMS,
P IS EASES OF WOMEN. u
Loss of Appcfite, Sick Ilcadacke, Liver Coitplaint. Pain in the Back, Impru
dence in Life, Gravel, 33" General 111 Health,
A5D XLI. DISEASES OF TH.E .
tSF BLOOD, LIVER, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER, i
CS" It thoroughly eradicates every kind of ITUilOIl and BAD TAINT, and restores
the eutiro system to a healthy condition.
. "
IT IS; PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing tho slightest injury.
EST The ROSADALTS is not a Secret Medicine. The articles from which it is
made arc published around each bottle,-and it is used aud recommended by the Med
ical Faculty, wherever if has be'?u introduced, -as a positive 'and bkliablb Medicine,
for diseases of the BLOOD, LIVER and KIDNEYS.
USED AND ENDORSED BY THE
r y where rr.
Prepared only by J. J. Lawrence,
For Bale by all the Friacipal Druggists in the United States and Canada.
4ND WHOLESALE EY
BARNES & CO., 21 Par Tvow, N. Y. CARR, BOY KIN & CO., 44 Light St., Bait
WILLIS, Wilmington, N. C. . J.
piuce 8i,5o pee' bottle;
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPKESS, ON RECEIPT OF PKICE.
THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER IN THE WORLD.
ML' M jm m -''" i m
Kcad the foKcvln Rome fertiCcates frcm
l'UJMCIUIII'.
Wc hereby certify that the TtOSADLIS
is prepared by a Physician, who is ou ex
perienced PharmaceuUst and Chemist, and
that his rem&Jy is an ejTi-Aeat aDd vtnuabte
one in Scrofula, Syphilis, &c, it having
performed bouio remarkable cures in this
vicinity. W. A. DUG G AN, M. D.
E. BAKNKS, M D-
R. W. KING, M. D
Wilson, N. C, February 4th, 1S07.
We hereby certify that we regard Dr.
Lawrence' Compound Extract cf liosuiaiia
as a UclialU Aliertive, e.
" A. D. MOOTUk M. D.
L A. ST1TU, M. D. :'
Wilson, N. C, May Wh mi.
" - - -
Edgecombe County, N. C , May 2'd,18C0.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence Dear Sir : Please
eend mc iir.icdiatel y, per express to Tar
boro, two dozen is: ore bottles of your Bosa
dalis. I have carefully examined its formu
la, nnd have used it in my practice in a
number of cases. I am well plrnsed with
it. think it beyond douhl the DEST AL
TERATIVE I ever tsed. 1 have tried it in
several cases of Scrofula and Scrofulous
Affections, &c with much salL-faction to
myself and patients. I have also used it in
Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, (one a
terrible case of eight years standing,) in
which it acted w'uh surprising ard eatis-
factory effect making a quick and
thorough cure. I have, therefore, no hesi-
tation in recommending it to Physicians
and others ar, tnc vtcn renaotc auiuua.-
TIVE now known.
Respectfully yours, Szc,
A. B. NOBLES, M. D.
A Wonderful Cure of Sciofulous White Sicel
lhij. Home Certificate.
I hereby certify, that last September I
was attacked with White Swelling of the
left knee and also with an enlargement
of the glantla cf the neck (one tumor
reach a large size.) The swelling of tlie
knee was enormous, nnd was attended with
the most excruting pains. I was so reduced
that I was confined to my ro or.i over three
months. My leg was so completely drwu
up, that I could not bond it at all. I tried
various remedies," and they failed to give
me any relief. I was in this condition
when I commented taking DR. LAW
RENCE'S ROSADALIS. The swelling in
both knee and neck began'to subside be
fore I took all of the first bottle. By the
time I took the second bottle, the swelling
of the neck entirely disappeared, and that
of tho knee nearly so. After taking three
bottles I found myself completely well
able to walk as well as eve-, &c.
LATIMER WILLIAMS.
Wilson, N. C, May 12, 1307.
Eosadalis will Cure the very worst cases of
,,7 . r
xiHr.w..h
Homo Certiiicate.
Wilson, N. C, May Cth, 1867.
I hereby certify that I was cured of long
standing Chronic Rheumatism, by taking
four bottles of DR. LAWRANCE'S. ROSA
DALIS. JAMES WILLS.
Rosidalis Cures Carbuncles Doils, Pimples
:., cf c.
BSr BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that J. J. LAWRANCE &
ro ,u i ,ti and stamnnfl
w v r
Address DR. J. J. LAWRANCE, Wilson, N. C.
JCS Sent free anywhere by express on receipt of price. ,
FOR SALE IN TARBORO' RY
MACNAIR & OYvrEN and JONES & HOWARD.
August btb; 1S07, iiU-riJui
ULOOD H D I C I N E
OF
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its various forms.
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in its early stages,
Joints, Bones, Kidneys, Uterus,
LEADING PHYSICIANS EVE-
is known:
M. D., Chemist, "Wilson, N. C
II. BAKER, 14 Roanckc Av., Norfolk, Va.
Certificate from an old and much respect
ed citizen of Green County, cow a re
Eidcnt of Wilson, N. C.
I hereby certify that during the summer
and full of 1SGS, that I w,a9 severely af
flicted nith Carbuncles, having had as
many ae H large CirLuncle3, ard 'l orclm
nry Boils. I suffered go much frr.m them
that I could not get out of the house half
the time for several mouths. Being in
duced to try Dr. Lavranee's RcsaJalis, I
was entirely cured by the vte ff cue .lotll
of that truly valuable medlc'iLC.
W. A. BAR DEN, Sr.
Wifcjon, Hay Ufa, 1807.
Consumption in its early sieges can he Cured.
Baltimore, Md., March 4 th, 18G7.
Dear Br. Lawrance ; My d.mghtcr hav
ing been cured of a deeply seated disease
of the lungs by your ' Jfosadalis," I feel it
my duty to make the fact known to you for
the benefit of others. She suffered nearly
two years with a hard cough, which troubled
her day and night, at last tho emaciated
form, glassy eye, night sweats, together
with the cough, told too plainly that it
was Consxmplion bej ond question eating at
her vitals. Our physician's remedies
brought no relief. She was advised to try
your Iloscidalis as a tonic which she did.
Imagine my surprise and gratification when
1 found her appetite returning. Slowly she
I regained her strength, her cough and night
j sweats, gradually ceased, and she ts note,
after taking five bottles of your medicine,
apparently as well as ever.
Yours respectfully,
MRS. E. ANN SMITH.
Rosaualis Cures all Shin Diseases.
Sell Elicum Cured 11 Remarkable Cure I
Montreal, Canada, April 4th, 18G7.
Dr. Lawrence, Wilson, N. C:
My Dear Sir For the last ten years (un
til recently) I suffered with an inveterate
eruption of the tkin called by physicians
" Scdt liheum," with which I suffered, ter
ribly; the pain and itching was almost in
tolerable. 1 tried several of the best phy
sicians in Europe and this country have
visited several celebrated Springs spent
, thousands of dollars and failed to get any
belter. In December, 1866, being in Char
leston, S. C, I was told be a gentleman at
the hotel, that he lial been cured of a bad
tetter by a medicine caUed " Rosadiilis."
I resolved to try it, without any hope
though of its doing me any good. I pro
cured a bottle of Messrs. King & Cassidy,
and commenced taking it. Finding to my
surprise that I was improving, I bought
four other bottles; but before commencing
the last two, I found I was completely well
the disease having entirely disappeared.
Enclosed find " One Hundred Dollars,"
which Tlease accent as a token of mv trrat-
!rj vu a . t
ltude. Why do )ou not make your mvala-
al)ie jiosa(juji3 Widely known ?
I your sincere friend,
W. T. SELTZER.
Major John W. Dunham, one xf the
editors of the Wilson North Carolinian,
says in his issue of the 29th April, 1807 :
' I believe, from personal experience, that
the RosadaUs is the finest tor.ie ever pre
pared.
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Patent Lock Tie.
ALSO,
BEARD'S
l'TIlT SELF-AD J TSTIXG TIE.
TLe most simple and" greatest iinprove
uient of the age for
BAILING COTTON".
MUCH SAFER FROM FIRE, AND
CHEAPER THAN ROPE.
TJ-STAVING SOLD LARGELY LAST
M-iA. Season
THE PATENT LOCK TIE,
we can recommend them to give entire sat
isfaction. We have taken the Agency for
the State, jind will continue to keep
large supply on hand.
For one Ton and upwards, to dealers, a
liberal discount will be allowed.
E. MURRAY & CO., .
f Wilmington, N. C.
August 1st. 35 Cm
DAVIS & BROTHER,
Wholesale dealers in
GROCERIES, LIQUORS,
and Agents for Carolina Belle Scotch
Snuff, and various grades of
VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED
Tobacco.
WT EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
j!k a full stock of Sugar and Coffee,
Flour, Lard, Bacon, Candles, Family and
Fancy Soaps, Cheese, Butter, Fish, Pork,
Salt, Candy, Buckets, Brooms, Shot, Pow
der, raid many other articles, to complete
the assortment usually found in a uFj"
Se:;;- Grocery ESonsse.
Any consignment will have especial at
tion. No. 4 Rowland's Wharf,
Norfolk, Va.
ap. 23, 1807. 21-ly
EDGE0MBE COACH MANUFAC
TORY. HUSSEY BROTHERS,
"PLAYING built a new shop, together
11 M. with other iniproveuiciHS for the pur
pose of carrying on a
First Class Coacli Business,
announces to the public that they are now
more fully prepared to manufacture any
kind of Vehicle to order on short notice.
Buggies always on hand for sale. Wag
ons and Carts made to order. Repairing
done promptly. ' A call is solicited.
August 8th. 30-2m
WOOD FOR SALE.
T5"7E are now prepared to supply the
y1' citizens of Tarbovo' and immediate
vicinity with wood in any quantity at the
landing near the Bridge, rnd on the most
reasonable terms.
Winter slowly approaches, and the expe
rience of the last should warn all to sup
ply themselves in time with a sutScient
quantity of this indispensable article,
SB AW & McCABE.
August 8. ' - 36-tf
Ceo- II. Broun. Thcs. 31. Robinson.
G. I!. BSOiVN & CO.,
General Commission and
Forwarding Merchants.
WASHINGTON, N. C.
N. B. The United States Government
tax, and all other expenses, paid by us, on
produce forwarded, will be collected from
consignee at destination, unless otherwise
instructed.
B. F. HAVENS,
General Commission Merchant,
Wiashinsston, -:3.
Strict personal attention will be j-iven to
the receiving and shir ping of all kinds of
produce. dec G 2-tf
W. HORNER,;
(Successor to P. DIL WORTH,) -
No. 1 Wide -Vater Street,
. KORFOLK, VA., .
ftWiLL PAY TnE HIGHEST MA R
Vw ket price for Cotton and. Woolen
Rags, Rape, Paper, Metals, Bones, &c.
Junc-63 1867.
My
local Had
Lccsi'I aisd Jiiscf Hansons r
PK ACTUAL RE0-STRtTION !
The Rocky Mount Cotton Mills
- Rebuilt!!
THE ROCKY MOUNT COTTON"
Mills were destroyed by the Federal
Troops in July, 1SG3. v v
" They have been rebuilt from basement to
attic, and filled with new and improved
machinery, nnd are now turning out
Yarns cf the best Quality I
Yarns will be delivered at llocky Mount
Depot, on the very lowest terms for cash.
In a month or tvjo those Mill3 will be
making !,200 to 1,500 Yards Of
hiisrimg aud Sheeting-per Day:
which will be sold as low as the same class
of goods can be bought Noitk ' Orders
solicited only so long as my goods are sold
as low as the same quality of gooda ar
to be had in any market. Address
AVM. S. BATTLE,
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., N. C
June 27, 1876. 31-tf '
ROCKY MOUNT FLOUR MILLS.
njTIIESE MILLS .HAVE ALSO. BEEN
L rebuilt and arc equal to any in Fan- "
tern North Carolina.
Persons on the line of the Wilmington -
Road can send their wheat by rail, in gcoJ
bags distrinctly marked ; it will be receiv
ed at Rocky Mount depot, and the Flour
returned to the Railroad the charge of
drayage being only the Bran and Shorts.
The patronage of the public is solicited
only so long as satisfaction is. given.
Parties sending wheat by Railroad will,
of course, give information of the fact
throucrh the mail. WM. S,
BATTLE.
31-tf
June
18G7.
Call an:! Examias for Yourselves
and fee not Bcccivc.1.
CARR E AGESi ROCK AW AYS,
and CUSTgifS, both top aud no top, Har
ness, Whips, &c, kef t constantly on hand,
or any style vehicle Made to Cl'def
Manufacturjng Materials of every
description in my line for sale. Best of
workmen and using the best of material,
lit! atisfied that I can give entire satis-
f;KS--jn as regards price and quality of
wo:',: o all who may favor mc with a call.
Repairing of aH kinds hi my line down
wiili dispatch and on the most reasonable
term for Cash.
Good Wilsons and Carts made
to order at short notice.
J. A. WILLIAMSON,
Tarboro', N. C, May 2, lb07.
Female Collegiate liisiituts.
Wari-eiitoTi, N. C.
rglllK FIFTY-THIRD SESSION OF
tL " this SCOOL v'ill cojnnier.ee on tho
17th day of July, with a full corps of ex
perienced and efficient Instructors.
The course of study is extensive. In
struction thorough and svstcmatie.
Warrenton is noted for its hcalthfu'ccsg,
and freedom from malarial diseases.
Pupils received at all stages of the Ses
sion, aud boarded through the vacation, if
dc: ired. The Institution combines t tho
comforts of Home with the advantages of
aJSchool ; and parental supervision exer
cised over pupils at all hours.
For Circulars and further particulars,
address cither Rev. M. M. MARSHALL,
MRS. M. J. WILCOX or YM:' HODGES,
D. D.
June 27, 18C7. 21 -3m
ACE5T3 WASTED. .
TTN every countv of North and South
H Carolina, to Canvass and Sell LLOYD'S
NEW DOUBLE MAP OF NORTH AME
RICA on the face, and a COUNTY MAP
OF THE UNITED STATES oa the back
covering 24 square feet of piuslin, with
rollers, &c. Other agencies can bo given
if desire J. Agents make from live to
twenty dollars per d iy. Address
WARREN R. MARSHALL,
General Agent Lloyd's May.
Columbia, S. C.
July 18. Sf5-3m
All Carolina papers inserting this no
tice to the amount of $8 will receive a
copy of the map in payment
WAILEY'S
Patent Seli-Fastcnmg
Wrought Iron Buckle Tie.
First Premium Awarded at Louisiana Slate
Pair.
fT is as cheap a tie, and the best ono ye?,
invented. It is the strongest tie, stand
ing by test a strain of (2,000) two thous
and pounds. The most easily adjusted tic,
as it is self-fastening. The most simple,
requiring only to slip the bsnd into tha
buckle, and the elasticity of the cot'oil
fastens itself, and it cannot become unfas
tened. For sale in large or small quanti
ties, by ROSS, ROBERTS & CO., ,
Commission Merchants & Gcn'l Agents,
86 Front Street, New York City.
July 25,1807. . Sl-So.
COWASD & HARRISS,
General Commission Merchants,
NORFOLK, VA.
TS71LL attend promptly to sales ot Cot-.
If ton, Grain, Lumber, Tobacco, Na
val Stores, &c, nnd purchase of Surplies,
and forwarding Cotton and Tobacco td Eu
rope if desired.
D. G. Cowaxi), Washington Co., 2C4 C.
R. J. Haesiss, Granville, late of Halifax
County, N. C. aug l-8j-6m
EST- Refers to T. E. Lewis, Tnrbpro'.
Xotice to Creditors, i
LL persons having claims against L. S.
t Dunn, either as piincipal or tufetjr,
will please present them immediately or
as soon as practicable, to the undersigned.
L. D. TENDER, Ait'y.
Tarboro', August 1. 3 tf
koticeTTotice!! j
A LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
against me, as principal or sircty, will
find it to their interest to deliver or ser.d
statement to my Attorney, Hon Gcorgo
Howard. Prompt attention requested.
p. 18. 20-tf DAVID V,T. BULLG'CK.

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