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Cm &rt4llArit(1 ! (&ttflttXrtrW"J' - I FRIDAY. OCT. 30, 1874 1 STATE NF.WS. The Attorney General is nt his home in Granville sick. Charlotte has a boy three years old who i9 an inveterate smoker Tie Reidaville Record ami the ' -r, . 1,1m nnwi.-li. ' adiaon Enterprise are to beconsuii- Mad , :ir S. M. ?EfTF.'OILL & t ().. 10 A Raleigh small boy was run ovor , Sl;Ue s,,.pl 1;oMf,.,, : - uw, New bv a carriage on Morula-, ami severe Yrk. mnl 7!1 Che,m-.u h,hv:. I't.ila.lt-lphia. lv hurt , are our Agents Mr proem ii.a a-lvtrtiseineiits " i fcr Thi: H.NuriRKTi i:i the a'.MV; cities, and Father McNamara, of Raleigh, has i authorized i coiuract fr a-hvMUh-a at "in gone North to lecture on Irish in- ; '"west rates. dependence and Southern affairs, j gr . Request. Will friends, in noticing- . , , t i i ! advertisement, in our p iper, ami responding Dnffy, of the Ureensboro 1 atnot, i to ,ll;Hl. stale t, panic addrosed, " 1 haa quit the life of single blessedness, s.-.-.v .vour-idvnisement in Kxqi'ikku-Soutii ?.v that-, of mnrripd bliss. I ekneu ? It is mUetro.,b, and will help aUVt t.tO.Gfc MJ fcr- - There will be "a punching at a ! ring" and coronation ball at Saratoga, j Wilson county, cn Tuesday, Nov. 'M. The shipments of cotton from j Goldsborofor the ourrent year will j reach the neighborhood of twenty j thousand bales. ' The condition of the Albemarle j canal is Buch that transportation through it is getting very uncertain. So says the Nor.h Carolinian. It is estimated that the gross pro ceeds of the State Fair will reach $12,000. Ihis establishes the credit of the society beyond tho probability of a doubt. Mr. J. C. Wooten, of Lenoir, saved eleven tons of hay cn one at re of ground at a cost of only ten cents per hundred. Solicitor J. L. C. Harris, of the Raleigh District, suppressed -1 bills of indictment against his brother in-law, Tim Lee, former sheriff of Wake. Harris is a Radical. The stockholders of the North Carolina Presbyterian have deter mined to remove the publication of the paper from Fayetteville to Wil mington. A five legged calf, a live, full grown bear, just captured in the ismal Swamp, and a lot of imported fowls will be on exhibition at the Elizabeth City Fair next week. Judge Keer has kindly consented to hold the next term of Sampson! Fiije In-stoani. e. Why cannot our pt-o-Superior Court for Judge McKoy j yde set u a home iire msnranee company The latter was employed in the grea- j thereby keep within the county the ter number of cases on the docket j aini-(Uns annual! v sent out frMnsur and therefore can not preside. j enoe , Ut our .,r;uc,;,;l thinkers mutate Thftra voTtrctaPiir in at fnd-i noa t OQ tills SUblOCt il Willie. f-'i upon the session of the Federal i . cj. . ... r . c ou I vuuu ,u oHtiooviiie, luiiy-iour vuw ma9i &c at (l. V. Farwr & Co s. " okee Indians as witnesses. They in- j . terviewed the press of tho American j Not DnrtAitEo. Edgecombe Uaitieal ani seemed wonder-stricken at the j ism has not yet declared itself on the modus operandi of printing. " Third Terra,' but wc supje k''-wiil Judge Settle, of North Corolina, is mentioned as a candidate for the Rus sian mission- It is said he is backed by the entire Republican Congression al delegation from the bouthern States, who claim that this mission should be filled from this section. Gov. Brogden has ordered an election to be held in the county of Halifax to supply the vacancy oc casioned by the killing of ueorgo Yv Daniel, col., a recently elected mem ber of the House of Representatives. He was shot by Mr. Joseph Branch while both wore under the influence of strong drink, and politics had nothing to do with it. Tbe Charlotte Observer speaks of a I younnr. man, living near that village ! r uw uuuta uuud w nil a i . 11 . j. uc Observer says that a few days ago, he killed four partridges on the wing with his first four shots, and that some time ago he killed a sparrow hawk flying at the distance of two hundred yards from the ground. Stop, Caldwell, stop. That's too huge. nhA K Y, o v,;rt .. : u ! tu i Thirty thousand annually emigrate from Italy. New Mexico claims a dog popula- ! ion of five hundred thousand. j The Jamaica coffee crop is repre- ! nted as immense. sen Who says he r.evar saw a drunken Frenchman? Ninetythreo were ar rested in one day in one ward of the city of Fam. It is reported that the French Bourbons are strongly urging the Count de Chamfcrd to leturn to France1 General. J. B. Kershaw has been unanimously njminated for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District of South Carolina. S. W. Reid, Esq, ha3 been ap pointed by the Patrons of Husbandry of Catawba River Council, to visit Europe in the interest of immigra tion. The registration of New York city was completed Saturday, and num bers 1-16,075, against 12:i,S78 last year and 149.010 in 1872. The Ritualists, says the llvrolO, are ! getting into the shadow of the Epis copal Convention, and aro threatened with a total eclipse. A company is forming in England with a capital of 4,000,000 sterling to develop the resources of the West Indian caionies and Jamaica in par ticular. It ia stated that A. T. Stewart never before made such large purchases in one season as he has done this year. He had the cash and commanded magnificent bargains in Europe. litady money J9 Aladdin s lamp"- The October Eclipse of the moon was very fine, but in November, the astrologers say, we-shall have another sort of eclipse, which will be finer. It is a good year for eclipses. Gov. Dix, of New York, has at last been forced to declare against a "third term." Tie sees the hand writing on the wall, but he is too late, riis defeat next Tuesday by 20,009 is certain. It is thought that the compaign against the Indians will be ended within a fortnight; all resistance to the troops has ceased, and the In diana are returning to their agencies as rapidly as possible. ir.vrrs o FjT rVvfu r s t tZ ! ArivertisPimwt will be inserted in Tnr. EQim ss-SmTinaixr.sat the following rat.-. Ten lines ,.f minion, or one im-h !cnth-ife wiU eonxtitute i no .: !, subsequent ia.'erti.Mi. .",0 ii iao. 1 : Hint- i 1 mo., t loos. .:i Ml' O'.K- s.;l!:u .'. i '. 00 n I Jl Tn '00! Xihp 'llilOf " V'"' liMV. Four - ! 00 ! . l." ii ' eu'uinii, : 1.' ."im is ir " i(ki! i"iiHi in mi 1.H 1 l.'i i n 2" ii LI I I h I L'T -" I ' j- .".I 4il iki 4i ii(i t.'J mi i r.ii if.i 100 iw I , f !-f..r s. ! In m 1.-, ii.,' Is If ' 1I (HI :;n lm i fne column, . -Ji'O: .S.'.ihi. r.in i'i.um ndvcrti-c;meiit-i inserted ''. w -Marri:ise, Kimem! ibitiMi-y notice--, n . thai. ten line hwrva rr.w ..r .w...f. Subscription S. ."'.). If paitl sislj : ,ilsu.ofsl,1,M.rib,lffS2.oo. our lnisini'ss wi)iidcrli:!!y. Kcinciiibcr LOCAL IVJATTERS. No lN-,-.v IVat read o;i. V.M i:i. Those in arrears to settle. Read ItnUe Howard's icws on the convention question. SaJl,;3 n,nikT t,.d Harness. at o. C. Fanar ci c'o's. T.r. Rivei'. Is extremely navigation a'love i-Jreen ,'ille. No Ii sir. Tin soil is tho;o;iidil- dry and our slreets are nhnos: ankle deed in dust. Wakm. 'Hermits and thick clothing huve lieen kiid a-kie and thinner resumed. Calicoes, ;vl.nno and ri-tnncl.s. just received at i:tthn. ot-2'i-2!. Y"i 1 1 a :-: Sold Yoi i: CoiroN Now coine up like a man and pay for your par1'"- Thanks To the committee for an invi tatiou to the Masonic Rail to take .place at Charlotte on the .Mb piox. Watkk. It has lei'n -o dry tiia many of the wells 'm tl:e country have failed. Whiskey, hov.eye;- ;,, said to U still almn dar.t. Jocket Ci.t ti. It i:i said that the Sc-ere-taiy of the Tar River Jockey Club has re ceived numerous applications from various portions of lie- tate for MemlKTlnp in that Imkiv. . . " ; TrTT'" ' T , i A n:ee s'ock of Clothing, t)v..rcoatvJ'' ! oe orthodox on that subject and cnjotselt as fully asitdoes the Civil Ridits.'fr. Grant maV oount on "the Kids of Fd-re- conilie sire. :r-iug to extreme le mav de- Lonesome. S ;ne time ago- Mr. late Sheriff, put up a number of iKters jaf0rming the people that he would be at !tue va;i,;; prechic-U at certain times to collect taxe?. -He went pursuant to'r.p pointnient, but he saya it was' very lmitv some, everybody seemed to takj those vrVy davs to stav at home. m Poo;: Fkli.o-.v-. There a a tew merchants who never advertise and conse quently their nanus never appear in the papers until they are inserted gratuitously among the list f failures. There are also some in the country who never take their county paper and whose- only connection therewith is a free obituary. Calicoes, Cret'.tmcs ami Flannels, just received at Gatlin's. Improvements. Mr. Keech's new brick stores, which are rapidly approaching com pletion will greatly a Id to the value and appearance .f the block upon which they are situated. Mr. William Howard is also ""proving ii.e ioo.es ,.t tins p e h? building a neat dwelling. the looks, of this portion of town Commission IIofses. With the excep tioa of Messrs. Jos. AY. Jenkins A: Co., no not i a shirrle Commi.-sion house in Baltimore or I Norfolk advertise; their cards iu this paper. I We presume 'hey do not want the trad'- of I Edireeombe. Dei lined. Mr. Ii. II. Smith, the hon orou, respected and ctlictoit President of the. Roanoke and Tar River Agricultural Soo'etv, positively declined re-election at the late meeting of the Society in Weldon. Maj Yeates was elected in his stead and will doubtless make a good officer. An eleaant lot of English C iss raere ., at O. O. Farrar & Co'.. Tjieift. Must not any farmer thrive wiiie family is as industrious as the fol low ir.g seems to indicate? ')p.(! little ix'irl, Belt ie, five years old, ii-ki-.l out for'y pounds of cotton between tbe hours of In A. M., and 3 P. M., Car rie, ten year.- old, picked seventy eight S pounds, and another a little older, picked !;(' hundred ami four in the same time." Ciaens. The largest Sea Lions in the world, and the only ones on exhibition in the United States, can be seen sporting iu their wrought iron tanks with Old John Robinson's big show, which exhibits here on SivSurday, Nov. 7th. A iarue stock of Gent's Shirts, Collars, Tics, Scarfs, Merino Under Shirt, &c., at 0. ('. I'arrar & Go's. Con on. The farmers are rapidly bring ing their cotton to market, but alas ! their pocket-books arc carried back borne about as little distended as they came. The cot ton gors to satisfy liens for hay, pork, &.C., that slumld have been raised at home, and the fanner finds himself after bis crop is harvesSed no richer than when be planted it. All his pecuniary risks and hours of bodily lalior have been for naught. LivEttv Staui.es. The Albemarle Times, alluding to the town of Williamston, thus refers to one of its institutions, whose card can be found in the advertising columns of this paper : Mr. James M. L. Siterson has establish ed one of the largest and finest livery, salo and exchange stables in North Carolina. We went through it and were surprised to see so large aud well conducted an estab lishment in Eastern Carolina. boat pnrcha50il by the Tar River Navigation Company, liaa left "ihnington aud we pre euuie ere Uiis has retched Washington. It will commence ttis. voyages to Tarboro as soon as the water in the river will admit. To make this enterprise a rare and per manent siioceas tlte merchants of Tarboro should tnke an active interest in it and, if necessary, the company should purchase one or two schooners to take the freight to and from Washington.' Ry means too of rials from Greenville there is no time in the year when freight could mt he brought to Tarboro; A lurne slock of Iros flo'ids, all from '! to 7"C. per ya.d. also a uii-.e Lad 's' SiMwl-i at O. Fairar ii t.'o colois. lire of ItATiiEre Heavv. The Rocky iVIount JIaO's correspondent alluding to the stock at the State Fair says : A two year old heifer was of buch re markable growth, with so flat a back, that a small sized game of base ball could have iM'en played thereon, with good ellxnv room for the right-fielder and catcher. If this story is considered tall, Stamps of the Enquirer-Southerner will swear to it. We fear we may lose our reputation for veracity if we attend many more fairs w ith this gentleman. We will say, however, that it. was a right big calf.. Election of Officees. The annual election of officers of the Roanoke and Tar River Agricultural Society took place on Thursday during the Fair, when the "fol lowing gentlemen were elected to fill the various position : ., President Maj. Jesse J. Yeates, of Hert ford. Vice-President James R. Thigpen, of Edgecombe. AV W Brickell, of Hali fax. Dr Jno C Jacobs, of Northampton. Dr Geo A Foote, of Warren. Dr Wm R Capchart, of Showan. Col S S Cooper, of Granville. Col Geo W Stanton, of Wilson. Col James M Wynne, of Hert ford. Dr Jis Drake, of Nash. Col Jno Wilson, of Bertie. R B Salisbury, of Mar tin. Gen Wm Roberts, of Gates. Jos S Staton, of Pitt. Secretary, II E T , Man ning, of Weldcm. Treasurer, R W Brown, ofWeldon. A few more of those fine Walnut Bed steads at $12, to be found at J. E. Sim mons', the Cabinet-Maker and Undertaker. TarlK.ro, Get. 23. lm Eduecomke Femalk Seminary. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Edgecombe Female Seminary last Spring it was agreed to istpone all action in the matter until some time this Fall, when a full meeting of the stock-holders might be had and their prompt attention secured. Pursuant to this action of the Board of Directors a meeting of the stockholders of the Edgecombe Female Seminary is hereby called, to take place at the Court House in the town of Tarboro on Friday, Nov. ISth. It is very important that there should be a full attendance. By order of the President. M.' Wssdkll,' Sect'y. C otton Mills. AVe 'had the pleasure last Friday of a visit to the cotton mills of Messrs. Battle & Son, near Rocky Mount. These mills are situated in Nash county, upon the falls of Tar river, and have for a long period been the property of the family of the present proprietor. Though twice destroyed within the last fifteen years by Are they have not been permanently dam- I'U. mm al AAmawui tc 4 lTotliilt All a larger and mere, improved scale than be fore, demonstrating a degree of business energy in their proprietors that is excep tional in our Southern country. At pres ent Messrs. Battle & Son are working be tween ninety and a hundred operatives and are furnishing our markets with a most ex cellent article of sheeting and yarns. It is such men and such enterprises that must build up our country. A larpe stock of Domestic Dry Goods, Cieeched and Brown, Sheetings and Shlrt iti2xi verv cheap for cash, atO. C. Farrar The Pbess at thk State Fair. That inimitable newpaper correspondent, Capt. Dossey Battle, in the last number of the Rocky Mount Mail, makes the following comments on several gentlemen of the Press at the recent State Fair. The show of trotters was slim and unin teresting. But the show of newspaper men was large though not pretty. Woodson was the ugliest and your esteemed reporter the cleverest. Stamps would have been the best looking, had he not taken his august features out of repose in trying to smile on a girl on the grand stand. She was look ing at another fellow, and disappointment soured his visage. The most philosophic was Avery of the Piedmont Press. He is the man who, on the retreat from Peters burg, told his servant to throw away his overcoat, knap sack, everything, lint rtick TO THAT KEG. We regret that the correspondent should know so little of human nature. Why man, we did not have the bad grin, but the sun was shining in our eyes. Always on hand a large stock of Fan ily Supplies, Bacon, I'ork, Flour, &c, at O. C Farrar & I'o's. Pender & Jenkins, dealers in Jno. M. Davies' & Co's. French Yoke Shirts, Can ton Flannel Drawers, Gauze Wool Shirts, Merino and British Socks, Collars, Cravats, Gents and Boys Calf Congress Philadelphia made Shoes. lm. Orn Dhama. The second appearance of the Tarboro Thespian Corps for this sea son was made last Tuesday night. The grand success of the first effort augured a full attendance, which was realized when the doors were opened. The piece performed was " The Nick of the Woods," a piece of rather too heavy metal for an amateur troupe, but the for men successes of our Thespian Corps has given it boldness, which also counteracts and generally ensures success. The prin cipal character, the Jibbenainosay, was played by Mr. W. It. Ricks. It was one of exceeding difficulty, being on the heavy tragic order, but was earned out in a very happy style. Mr. Ricks, though a new star upon our boards, is rapidly becoming one of the public's favorites. The lady ac tresses were the same as in the last piece and, we hope, fully sustained the stand they have gained in the estimation of the public. The only new character of note in Tues day's play was Mr. James Pennington in the person of "Big Tom Bruce." Mr. Pennington is weighty in comedy. Mr. Bailey announced that he wo.ild some time next week give a children's en tertainment, composed of a variety of songs, dances, tableaux, &c, which will doubtless be peculiarly interesting. Mr. Bailey has worked assiduously to furnish amusement to the public and it should ac knowledge Ids services by liberal patron age. A largo stock of Carpeting, very cheap, at bom 30c. to $2 tr yard, at 0. C Farrar & Co's. lm. T.vrRivej:, Xa.vwa.tion. The rtrcnascd by tii6 Tar River Kavia The Faik and Virginia. We take the following proceedings of the Roanoke and Tar River Agricultural Association from the Roanoke News : On Wednesday night at a meeting of the Association, the committee to whom was referred a resolution inviting the co-operation of the people of Eastern Virginia with the Association, reported the following preamble and resolutions : Whereas, The interests of this section of this State and that of Eastern Virginia are identical, and believing that these in terests may Ik? promoted by a closer union and a more general commingling of the people of the two sections ; be it therefore Resolved, That the people of Eastern Virginia, and the business communities of Petersburg, Norfolk and Portsmouth, be invited to co-operate with us in furthering the objects of the Roanoke and Tar River Agricultural Society, and help us to build up an association that will not only be an object of pride to this section, but to the whole people of the States of North Caro lina and Virginia. Resolved, That the gentlemen from Vir ginia visiting the present fair be cordially invited to unite with us in bringing about the end desired and to participate in our meet in irs and our debates. Jordon' Stone, Jas. R. Tiiigpks, James Simmons, Committee. The adoption of the resolutions was ad- j vocated by Messrs. Thigpen, Simmons, Zol- j lieoffer, Thorne, Bitting, of Norfolk, God- ! win, of Portsmouth, Yeates and Brickell. The question being called, the resolutions , were unanimously adopted. j Capt. Thorne then submitted the fellow- j tog: Resolved, That the next President of this Society be instructed to prepare an ad dress for publication to tbe people ef East ern irginia and the business communities of the cities of Petersburg, Norfolk and Portsmouth, inviting their co-operation with the Roanoke and Tar River Agricul tural Society in building up a Fair at Wel don tliat shall prove a grand success in every way creditable to such an alliance. And also that the president correspond with the officials of the Petersburg aud Norfolk Agricultural Associations, em bodying in Lis letter the recommendations already adopted, inviting their especial co operation. Caswell Co., N. C, ( Oct. 25th, 1874. E. R. Stamps, Esq., Ed. Enquirer-Southerner : I have been requested by our State Ex ecutive Committee P. of II. to visit the Eastern portion of the State for the pur pose of exemplifying the unwritten work of our Order to the Granges ; also to ad dress the farmers in these counties in which there are no Granges, upon the origin and objects of our Order, and to organize Granges if desired. Will you be so kind as to announce through your paper the fol lowing appointments : Halifax, Halifax county, Nov. 10th. Tarboro', Edgecombe county, Nov. 1 oth. AVilliamston, Martin county, Nov. 14th. Plymouth, AV ashington co. , Nov. 1 8th. AVindsor, Bertie conntj-, Nov. 21th. Edenton, Chowan county, Nov. 24th. ' Winton, Hertford county, Nov. 28th. Gatesville, Gates eountv, Nov. 30th. .T.'B. Smith, Special I-ecturer, Eastern Carolina. Great attraction at BELL'S. Now re ceiving a splendid assortment of Jewelry, Rings for chudren, ladies and men, Studs, Collar and Cuff Buttons in various styles. ladies and childrens Ear Rings and Breast pins, 25 different styles of Bracelets, 50 different natern Watch Chain. Charms Mtillyoa can't rest." Silver Thimbles, spectacles, ' .Gold Pens, &c, &c, Good Clocks at $ Warranted- Many other arti cles too tedious to mention. Come see ? ir the Druggist Otters any fclba " ol herb flavored alcohol for dyspepsia, biliousness, or any other ailment, tell him that you want medicine, not bar-room drink. Ask him for Dr. Walker's California Bitters, the best reflation known, and which you know is free from "Si-ans !ii i." Reject all the fiery "Tonics" and 'Appetizers," and cling to that remedy. Tbere is no medicine that compares with it. 4w LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Tarboro Oct. 28st, 1874: Persons calling for letters on this list, will please say "advertised." If not called for in 30 days, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office." A Miss Cora Anderson. B Alexander Barkerville. F Lewis Foxhall. J Missouri Jones. M Elizabeth Mills. L Mrs Francis Latham. W Mrs Martha AVilliams, Ned Wors lev. II. n. Shaw, P. M. 3XA. It 111X21). SNELL CROWDER. On Oct. 24th, 1874, at the residence of the bride's father, in Nash county, by Rev. Jos. Johnson, Mr. Henrt N. Sxell and Miss Helen L. CliOWDEB. iii:i. LIPSCOMB. In this place, on the 24th inst., of Diphtberi, Ivey Smith, infant son of G. 15. and J. E. Lipscomb, aged 1 year 10 months and 14 days. COMMERCIAL. Tarboro' Market. CORRECTED WEEKXT BT TERRELL & BRO., Grocers, MAIN STREET, TARBORO', U". C. Home production are quoted at the buying price, and all others at the selling price from stores. Bacos S. C. Hams.in canvass, per lb.l820c Shoulders " 11(?12 Sides, back bone and rib,----lGl7c Bulk Meats. Shoulders, per lb 10llc Sides, clear, 14((tl5c Beef. Fresh, per lb. 612 Spiced Family per lb 123c Bagqino,. per yard, 1417 Bkeswax I? B. 25c Butter, " 4050c Cotton, per pound, 12(313e Cotton Yarn, per bnnch, $1 500 00 Corn, per bushel,.--- -75c$100 Cheese, Xb 2025c Chickens, 25c40c Egos, per dozen 202c Flour Patapsco family $ btl U 00 Other brands $7S12 Hides Dry ? ft. I0llc Green, V B. 5c Iron Ties, ?) fi. 10c Lard, if? lb. 18(?20c Meal, per bushel f 1.20(0 00 Molapsks Sugar House g-allon, 3350 Cuba " 6075 Onions, per bushel,. II 50g2 00 Pork Mess per bbl. 27 0028 00 Rump, " 24 002$25 00 Potatoes, sweet, per bushel, 50c1.00 Irish, per bushel .... .$2 002 50 Peas, per bushel, 80c$1.00 Salt, G. A. per sack, t0 00f 2 00 Liverpool, per sack, f250 Sausage, per lb, .20c Tea, per lb, .$1 502 00 Tallow, per lb. 010c New York Markets. New York, Oct. 28. 6P.M Cotton firm. Sales of 1,756 bales at 151. Baltimore Markets. I Baltimore, Oct. 28.-6 P. Cotton quiet: middlings 161. M. FOR RENT. T HE Store occupied at present by M. R. Jones, will be for rent on the 15th of September next. The location is one or the moet desirable in Tarboro for the Dry Goods and Grocery business. Terms easy. Apply to J. A. WILLIAM80N. Aug. S3. tf ADVERTISEMENTS. FALLSTOGK New Goods, Good Quality, Low Prices. T. H. GATLIN Has just received his stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Collars & Cuffs, Clothing, Kid Gloves, Boots k Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Carpetings, Furniture, I Crockery, Groceries, No Trouble to Show Goods. Come and se what bargains I can offer. Tarboro' X. C, Oct. 9, 1874. tf. FALL M. WBDDELL & CO., Announce to their customers and the public generally that their stock of Fall & Winter GOODS. is now complete. a;id ask their patronage. Our terms hha'I be accommodating and oar price? as Low as the Lowest. AVe invite their attention to ohr Stock and Prices, being satisfied from our Long Experience they will lie found entirely satisfactory, iy Call and see for yourselves. Mr Weddell & Co., Tarboro N. C, Oct. 9, 1874. tf. jasTle f f el' IHPH0VED .DOUBLE Water Wheel. Poole Hunt, Baltimore , Manufacturers for the South and Southwest. i i Nearly 7000 now in use, working under h;ads varying from 2 to 240 feet ! 24 sizes, from : to 90 incie3. The most powerfal Wheel in the Market. And moft economical in use of Water. Large illustrated Pamphlet sent poet free. MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent Tubulous Boiler, Ebaufrh's Crusher for Minerals, Saw and Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery, Machinery for White Lead Works and Oil Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. Feb. 20, 1S74. tim ON TUESDAY, the ;ird day of November next, at the stand formerly occupied by Messrs. Plumroer, Lewis & Co., I will sell at public auction the Largest Lot of Hardware ever otTered to Dealers aud citizens in this section of the State. The stock is all new and desirable (Laviur been lately purchased) and consists chiefly of COOK STOVES ol the very best make and latest patterns ; also Par lor and Office Stoves in preat variety. A large lot of TINWARE of the best material ; also Axes, Grnb Hoes, Plows and Plow Cas tings, Cotton Planters, Well Buckets, Corn Shellears, Rims, Spokes, Fire Dogs, Cotton Bays, Shot, Nails, Buegy Harness, Cocoa Dippera, Willow and Wood Ware, and nu merous other articles such as is usually kepi for sale in Hardware stores. The attention of the trade generally is most respectfully asked to this sale, as it compris es the largest, and without doubt, the most saleable stock of staple goods that have ever been offered at public auction, and selected to suit the trade in this section. The whole to be sold without limit or re serve. Terms Oash. The sale to commence promptly at 10J o'clock A. M., and continue from day to day until the whole stock is closed out ORREN WILLIAMS, Tarboro, Oct. 10, 1874.-td. Auctioneer. CHEAP ! Vert Cheap A number of new and sec ond hand PI ANOS fc OR GAX3 on hand for sale cheap for cash and by install ment. Every NEW. PIANO from this this house Warranted to possess all the im provements claimed by manufacturers gener ally. Prices reasonable. Terms accommo dating. Correspondence solicited. ang21-ly SPARTA MILLS. mHESE Mills are in excellent running or. X der, and will make good Flour and Meal, and would ask those who have wheat they want ground to give us a trial. LAWRENCE MOORE, Sparta, N. C. I have on hand near Y . E. 8uggrs' house. Three Hundred Thousand feet of 'GOOD SEASONED LUMBER, which 1 will sell at low rates. E. L. EOORE, July 34.-tf. Sparta, N, C. fipiANOsr TUNING & MUSIC MISCELLANEOUS. Manhood : How Lost, How Restored! J'.v.t published, a dw edition of Dr. Cnlverwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (with out medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Semi nal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Phisical Incapacity Impedimenta to Marriage, etc.; also, Con sumption, Epilepsy and . Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sectnal extravagance, &c. Price, in sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radically. X3T This Lecture should be in the hands of 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 post stamps. Address the Publishers' CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, New York: Post Office Box 4586. jySl-tf. FOR SALE. A Valuable Plantation in Martin County. The undersigned, having changed his bus iness, offers for sale his plantation on Cone hoe Creek, in Martin. County, .which lies im mediately on-the main road from Tarboro to Williamston, 3 miles from Hamilton and 1 mile from Butler's Bridge. vTh place contains between five and six hundred acres, well adapted to the' growth of cotton and corn, and all the products of the: Roanoke section. Has an abundance of marl on it, with every convenient facility for manuring, and is well set in all the timber of the com mon varieties. THE DWELLING HOUSE is large and commodious, containing thir teen rooms, well furnished and in good con dition, with all necessary- out-honses con veniently located. Also, two wells of good, never failing water. The. neighborhood is very desirable, and a flourishing school might be established at this place. Any one wishing to examnie the premises can call on Mr.-W. S. Briley, who lives in sight, and will take pleasure in showing the same. Terms liberal and accommodating. For particulars, address me at Greenville, N. C. C. 8TEPHENS. Sapt. 11, 1871 tf. Livery, Sale AND 11 TIIE undersigned takes pleasne in inform ing; Uhe public that be has established ia Williamston a large and first-class Livery, Sale and Exchange Stable, at which he is prepared to board horses by the day, week or month. Having a good stock of horses always on hand, he will sell or exchange on reasonable terms, fie will also send passengers about the country at moderate rates. Drovers will always find at Ms Stables ample accommodations. JAMES M. L. 8ITERS0N. j Williamston, N. C. ! P. S. Any ierson communicating with him ! can have a cr vcyance sent to any part de i sired. J. M. L. 8. Jan. 30, 18V4. ly. Steam Engines, Saw mils, AND HE undersigned has taken i Agency fANNER for this section, for WM. E. & CO., of the Metropolitan Works of mciimroxD, va. ne nil! furnish any machinery of their make at factory prices and give estimates for pro posed new machinery, thereby saving much delay in correspondence and tbe expense of a trip to their shops. The Engines and Saw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni favor with our people every day. Pleasure will be taken in pointing out the pecnliar features - and advantages of these machines. U. A. WALKER, Sup't, Edgecombe Ag'l Works, Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C TT TV TeT TT7!T? j A.O-EJSTT FOB THE ! Celebrated "Wheeler 4c "Wilson Sowing; niaolilxie, Which SURPASSES all other Machines AL80 THE Home Shuttle Machine, which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use. Price from $25 to $75. The public is Invited to call and ex amine my Machines before purchasing. Office on Pitt 8treet, a few doors from Main, TARBORO', IV. C. Dec. 7, 1872. ly FASHIONABLE Dress Making Emporium H TRS. 8. E. SPIER, would respectfully in- lv J. forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin ty that she has opened an establishment in the brick store next door to W. H. Clark's, where she is prepared to Cut, Fit and Make, Ladies and Children Dresses in the Latest Styles. Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES are now open for inspection. March 20, 1874. tf N .F. BURN HAM'S Si ii C 1874 TURBINE R. A. SIZER, GROCER AND Provision Dealer, Main Street, Tarboro. N. C. 4 LL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE xm. taken in exchange, such as Raw Hides Fuis, &c. ocL7-tf JJEPARI ErTCU J (K9 STABTMOBfCacoUlt PARKER BBffSj 3 - A B NEW ADVERSE MENTST. II Next door to -:o Th undersigned ia now receiving a complete stock of HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TINWARE, which he proposes to sell at the very LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. . . Thii stock includes every variety of Hardware, to wit : Farmers Implements, Carriage, Buggy and . Cart Material, Builder's Hardware, Locks, Grindstones, Guns, Pistols, Cutlery, Ammunition, Gin and Saw . Mill Belting, &c., &c., in fact every article usually kept iu a Hardware Store. Z bought for Cash,, and ofler the goods for CASH, at extremely low priest. Farmers, Mechanics, Saw, Mill men and all consumers of Hardware will find it to their interest to purchase of me. Tarboro', N. C, Sept. 25, 187-L GREAT BARGAINS AT 3 DOORS BELOW :o SPOILS I ceaseqnence of the dull times, I have determined to offer my entire stock of SPRtNti AND SUMMER GOODS at the PRIME NEW YORK COST. A FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, JiOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS. THE LATEST STYLES OF Millinery (Uoocls, In Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, Give me a call and examine my Stock, Tarbow, IT. C, May 5th, 1874. 1CT4 FALL AND WINTER. A. WHITLOCK, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER MERCHANT TAILOR, Corner 3Iin and Pitt Streets, TARBORO', N. C. Ready-Made Clothing ! Ready-Made Clothing ! Ready-Made Clothing ! The Largest Stock of Gents', Boy's and ALSO A LARGE STOCK OP Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. GtexiLts' Fum lnin Goods, Consisting of Dress and Negligee Shirts, Merino and all Wool Under Clotbtag. The latest styles Linen and Paper Collars, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Socks and Suspenders. Youths' and Children's Clothing, Tbr greatest rariety made in the latest styles and prices warranted as low as goods of like quality can be bought for in the State. Call and convince yourself that A. Whitlock's Clothing House is the plaot where you can get a first-class outfit for Man, Boy or Child, at a reasonable price. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Merchant Tailoring Department, Clothing of all kinds cut and made to order at short notice and at less than City prices, EST A good fit warranted or no sale. A Large Stock of Olotlifii and Cassimeres ALWAYS ON HAND E STORE, J. B. Coffield's. W. G. LEWIS. tf. THE COURT HOUSE. &c. and convince yourselves. tf -00- -00- Children s Clothing FOR CUSTOM WORK.