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The l'arboro' Southerner.
!- f rrc & grulfpnulent amUit3faura:al PI EL1SHED KVKRY THURSDAY MORMfrG BY v M. JBIGG-3; Editor and Prcpristor! , " ." -' . T:is -vn:::iR-R j one'of the oldeM-and U.i Journals in North Carolina, and as 0 t jiiiie itialiuuiou of tha Country and 1 ie. or'aa ot EJ-oi-omi-e County. its eondue 'iv will strive to direct it iutlie inttrrost of tie State and Country t birge, and he'wtll spare no pains to make it a tit representative ot the section from which it euicuaico. Th subscription price is Three Dollars a y vir , Two Dollars for Six Months , and must i. , r.ai.1 iNVAKiAi-.i.v in aovancr. Money may i.i nil cases he sent by mail, at I he risk oft he ii:)!'llT. PROFESSIONAL. TiiOS. R. OWEN, Jr.. AUovwev at I,aw, takb6tio. j a. OTKICK-IN THE COURT HOUSE Opposite Registers Office. 1! - 3 1 . f Gkii.uk HoWAK. John M. Pkhkt HOWAKHt; PERRY, ATTORSE1S AT LAW. Tarboro, N. C. - f F F I C K NEAR METHODIST i.hurch wiil be regularly open du ring lni-.ine.xs hours. i. ( err Ed-ccombe, Wilson, Pitt and Carteret Counties. - aug 17-tf . B. H. BUNN, LlTT0IL'E & CGrSSELOil AT LATT noCKY MOUNT, N. C. . CinoriT Edgecombe, Nash. Wilson am! TIM - Practices also in the Federal and Sn pieme Courts. Claims colle cted m anv part o lie N;atj. jii-tt SAM'LT. WILLIAMS, ATTORN EY'& COUNSELOR AT LAW BATTLZB3S0, C. GREAT ATTRACTION I Vatehes, Jewelry, Silver PLATED VAfiE, AT J. M. Freeman & Sons. .-. Oil Esialfshc-J tare of IS3I, N. 20, Oorccr MaiaWd Talbot Si . SOU FOLK, VA. The Subscriber repect fully c!h the i dttc-itioTi of'thc p'trcli-niiiKr ci) ji:iiu'i:r ! J vi.,:t.)r3 generally, i j his tock.o! 1 1:: ' f ' '' I ll:tntt!i,r C.wc LT.-rs, of K-ir .-i n ' . Aiii.-n-1: vi.k t-.r io:ir.;.;in A L i'ii. j. i ' r uvei' I-vc-rs, of American aa.l .S , ' ' T.o.."': ; ? vid Ci - t !-.in.- ('uxlns a-I P::!.-! : --ni m -f .11 V.4t G : ; i: i'.'. !V..r!. nil I : ! ; .:! iliT-t. vx piiu- j t I '.ai.i .-Id Ui.!-';. ! i - r: n .' y a::-. I I':-.;-l Ri.ig.s -L.i.li-V Gvi.i . . . :n r.'..--.-v visnct". ' :;. i'i-s: t in ! a u-;-i.rl a.-"-i' i- ! ;'f I'lN K I'LVK'J A !':. i a -.vti.-.M't is, .r'li. :t iji' (i.i ,1 ; n 0V- : ... . .i . ...... ., ;t., ... . i; - u jtv 'cu C!."V. : ' I , -. v.... r ..; .1 ti.'j ,t :-t.s., Nri i;::. v.i. J'JSHUA II . XING-, CIVIL AND NAVXI, " P I? f U 4 V"P SMH (T iiir.b.iA.i I i.ki.lJUf r. Min St.. X Ma. Ji't S j'i.irc Xorfollv. Va. !;nf-s' '-inn! 'linT fl-.-l.-. u:-. HIS, W. 1HLS9.V & ( 0., i! OKSKLLEilS, STATION Ei'S. I'll I XI KItS A XI) IJUOKIJEXDEKS, Xo. J Maia Sirect, ATLANTIC SLOCK. NORFOLK. VA. ';XST.XTLY FOit SAT.E. - - V i'-'.-v and a l irg- and w !! - t .'AN:)A3:L WOKXs m ' ' ' i'' .'.truH-Tit of Lit.-rature ; a!.-o, S.-U. .': "'- f H -md : Uthlcs, Prnvr-r R.,a j 1 .11 L.i -:is Phut graphs ad Pli..t.."s:ra-iic I - -.ii.n, C.iro.-n -f.jihn-riari, Mjei Eau'rav- I !'i--t:ir- Fr.i;n-.i. i! A i -nrr F. Miii -r piaiios. 'and liaaon I 1 1 M i iilin's Or-'aus i Jain and OriuiTii'.-tital Pf inrin?, L'ooVind n,' a-i l u lang of every d3.,cn:iti'ri, executed i.i tno very L",;r manner, and at the shortest notjc". " Any Book published in the United .c: .-tt"s will li t sent p!..sT-PAion receipt of tho Publisher's pri.-e. J!'rks scut free of po;;:ago o'r.y wh'-n tne money accompanies the or.i r. Julv P3-Cui TARBORO. I TA- '""t r',t''rnL'11 r'om the Nort! orn I L CiiiHs, who e he spent some time 1 pains in selecting (hs largest and "".it attractive Stock of GROCERIES, NOTIONS, 4. 1 i5oots anil Shoes, READY-MADE CLOTHING, AM) MVN'S UNDERWEAR ever Irou'lit to this, market. , . ' fl','r" f'at inducements, to the i ' and dclles,-ompetition Loth in STYLE, QUALITY AND PRICES. . N prepared topav the !-i?iiest Cash Prices for Cotlon. A!v. Lih-n.I Advances made upon . P to MA1UJII, PRICE ' ' , New Vork 5,1671. 4,4. :v-' ' ' ' v ir: -f'f: & -fit - ..-" ' " ' - -.... .. ..- , , " """ ""' LJ " i iiwl, i ' ' " ''""'"l'j - -y 4 . - . . -- : j:r - I I "I p-fe ;rfT1 11 1 : -ttrt " : '" j,1 . . ' - " . 'i : -.a .,vJ ; , I s - 1 ! -.ax A ouuxJlJUHN MAN. O I1 n tt m-tr ' : ' ' ' ' 2 . L : . . . - 'j.. ti UXV J. v ti. I ..rl C : 1 U T . XT' CJ M VOLUME XLV1II. 'KOIIFOLK. . HOFFUS & CO., , KOTHIERS & MESCHMT TAILORS. AND DEALERS IN" Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c. Ko. 33 Main st., Norfolk, Va. March 2, 1S71. . 13-tf D. HUMPHREYS, Importer aad Wholesale Dculer in hiaa, Glass & Crockery Generally. ALL GOODS AT Ha Tea Sets, 41 Pieces, Itataui Goods, ONLY 7.00. IC33 Country orders receive pron-.pt attention. All Goods warranted to please. D. .HUMPilKEYS, 14 Main St., XoiT-ik, Va. March 2. 13-ly E. CAPPS, rilSfiGHAMT TALIOfi No. 30 Main Street , Always onliand Fins C!otli3, mores, and Vestia-s. v 2J. i .71. 8-lv a. -riiEsx, -No 3, 21 aa-1 23 Urm Street, Xoi' folic, Va. i i 1 ' i i u!.,i A.i i-- l.VL- 'icr :i " t'jKiAGr.'-!. ;;r.::iir.-5. srL Kl::-;. ii yiN. sai:'.;" s. t; llas Ha::. -, , 1:i;-h. !i;.r.-ie Clo Liiijf, Ac. A I S') : v. . : ws r-.rt. Crt .''!ief! an-l AOs s. ! i-iU.r-r : O. C. Li r. lrb-iro. N. G.-fcft 5 1 Bi'SVl! mvnit('t;;;'.k:i of Sas'n niiii-l. Door.-. MoniilinTs. Crac'ifts. Scrci! '.Vork of ail t- Flaniiij and Sawing Done to Order r;;er ashinton a ij Kinir Streets. Portsmouth, Va. Kers t j V. r. La:.:.-r, Tarboro, N. C. - 1 Iy i J 'MV V. IIITHIKAn SMITK N BitlCKHOUSK H'UITCUCAI) & RitrrKiioisc, wii(h.!ba:.k dkalkiu is' -iifumm & TRIMS. Nos 40 l 42 Iron Front, Wt.HT Ml!: (f HA'iKtT RllfiUS, ik-rr.ia'i & Co's Old Stand. Xox-iblli, Va. July 3J.lv TAYLOR, MAirm & CO.. DEAL EitS IN Hardware, CutlerA 12 A It IU0X AXD Si EEL, WAGON MATERIAL i i 1 1 LT I NO A X J V A C K I X 3, HOUSO Furnishing Q-OOdS. &C. Circubir Frout, corner of Main street nud Maiktt Sqaare, Norfolk, Va. . Nails flt Factory Prices. T rn.ee Chains. Vv'eed. Ililiing aud Grub Hoes, Horse ('ol- hirs and I lames, Axes, S'aws, &c., &c. The tfrjd supplied at Norrbero prices May 2'i. 26-tf ESTAULTSII ED 1847. C F. GKKKSWOOD. FRKD. UREKXWOOI) C. F. GRSEaTFOOD & BR0., LEALKltS 1?I Diamonds. Fine Watehas, Jewelry, silver vare, Uloc&s, EXGAGBHEXT & WEODI.Xfi RIXGS No. 47 Main Street, NORFOLK, VA. jy-.SpeO'ia! attention given to the repair. t Fine Watches, Cloeks and Jewelry. !r-ilair Jewelry made to ordtr apill 19-:y L. Berkley. J. A. Yancey. Sam. Hodges. BERKLEY, VCE & HODGES, Boots, Shoes & Hats, AT WHOLESALE, Nos. 34 & 88 Wide Waler St., AND 13 & !';" ELIZABETH ST. . Norfolk, Va. try No goods sold, under any circumstan ces, except to Merchants. ang. 3-ly dk7 l7 t. f uq u a . MAY RE FOUND AT HIS OEX tal Oflico, at Tarboro. N. C, from the ls;to tho 10th and from the 20th to the .'JOth of each iriontli. mylX-tf v fft CO - J J 5 5 Qj tJ S pffil H 13 l 3 5 S3 W il? 2 . i i " ' 1 . t ,; .: ' - . , -- 4J JLI O - i - ... i v., I - ' 1 T.i. i1 .I. i.i i- l ,,.n. ,. I - - The symptoms of Lir er Complaint are uu easeuess and pain in the side. Sometimes the pain is in the shonl der, and is mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach is affected with loss of appetite and sickness, bowels in gene ral costive, sometimes alternating with lax. The head is troubled with pain, and dull, heavy sensation, considerable loss of memory, accompanied with painful sensation of having left undone something which ought to have been done. Ofton complaining of weakness, debility, and low spirits. Sometimes many of the above symtoms at tend the disease, and at other times very few of them ; but the liver is generally the organ most involved. Cure the Liver with . , "" ' DR. SIMMONS' Liver Regulator, A pref. ration of roots and herbs, warranted to be t trictly vegetablo, and can do no injury to anj ne. It h tv been nscd by hundreds, and leuown f"r th aat i) vears as one of the most reliable, cfiicatikus and harmless preparations ever of fered i j the suffering. If taken rogularly and persistently, it is sure to cure Dyspepsia, head-at-lie, jnan'iliee, costiveness, ' sick hendaehe, chronic diarretea, alfuctions of the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the kidneys, fo- AgdagyiaCTrJgnTO ror, nervor.s!icss,cldllr. S j diseases of the skin p REGULATOR. 5"i"'nty of thobwi; H nokn:holy, or deprcs- q ; H swa of spirits, heart- h i-A-..i-..v-aaa 2 burn, colic, or pains in the bowels, t.-u:i in the head. fevr and ague, dro)sv, hoi's, pain in the back, Ac. i'repared bnly be J. II. ZE1LIX ,t CO., Druggists, Macon, Ga. Trice f 1 : by mail J1.23. E I FcrsaiebyOr. Maenair.Agt.Drugffist j Tarboro, N.tj! && fob 9 10-lv I. WISWAIL, 3 isej WHOLESALE DEALER IN ip STAPLE fill IIBOSI AX 25 2IOES, &c. ic. ic. Commission Merchant MAIN STPil'KT, IVasIiiiigJou, C. , A. T. BRUCE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AXD , GEXEHAT, ;w.........w.....w.w... 1GG Pearl Street, Sew York. - mrilAL CASH ADVANCES ON J C.iiijrtiincr.s." S!iip::icnts co'vorftl l;y n-:iraur' wLeii placed on Curs or Vessel. .Iuii 10. 25-u" m II! 6033 SIVS ! VVTOirLD EESFECTFULLY AN- nounoe to the Ladies and Gen- ,Ss tle:r.en of I'.dgeeombe, tirat th V have 5T opeiK .l. a.!joi:iing their popular Dr-t,flj viood Linporium, a 'jsibA ?in3T-CLAS3 J2T77ELEY TOEE. THrlR STOfK CONSISTS OF Fine L-i dies and Ccd'.s Gold and Sil ver Watches. Jewelry of all the latest designs and d "-criptionf!. Clucks and Musical Instruments in great abundance, spectacles and . Eye Glasses in frrcat variety, and to suit all eyes, Loth ymiii'T and old. C Partiewlar attention paid to the repair ng of I'i.-ie Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. All work warranU-d for one year, and at rtc 9t!y re.'lwcd rates. Don't forget to give tia a e:il! and examine our goods. II. MOItHIS Si ft HO. 16-tf C. N. iVALKER, of N. C, WITH Yflll SMITS: FIILD t CO., IMP 'RTE713 OF Hosiery, Notions, White Goods, Linens, Embroideries, &c. No. 429 Mailu-t St. & 418 Commerce St. Philadelphia, Pa. " Aug. 21, 1871. - 38-lv How Lost, How Restored. Just t'ublisthr'l, a new edition of Dr. Culverwell's' Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of .Speruiutnrrbiea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Inipdi raents to Marriaae, etc.; also ConsiiRiption, Epilepsy, and Fits, induced by self-iudul- gence or sexual extravagance. Price in a sealed en velope.ouly Gets. The celebrated author in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from ft thirty years' s'iccesful practice, that the alarm, injjf 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 ot cilre at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, "no matter what his condition may be, may euro liini- elf cheaply,' privately and radically. Id" This Lecture tdiould be in the hands of every. youtli and every man in the land. Sent under seal, nL ' plain envelope, to any address. Postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or, two po?t statu ps. Also, Dr. Cnlycrwcll's '.Marriajre'.Gbide," price 25 cts. Address the Publishers. dec22-ly. 127 Bowery, N. Y., P. O. Box'4580. 1 Chas. J. C. Kline Co.. 8 l 1 v e r TARBORO', EDGECOMBE COUXTr, NORTH CAROLINA, DECEMBER - 7, 1871.. . r . 7 W. H. WILLIS; - DEALERS Ul . . J. - , Clioica Family Groceries, MAIN STREET, : v Next door to Brown, Daniel & Cs- . Tarboro,'. ST. C. March 23, , ;.,.V,;' IS-tr Drugs! ."Jljhigs! WHonsaLra RETail rimE PUBLIC IS IN- -L formed that I am now receiv ing daily the LARGEST and most GENERAL ASSORTMENT of 3 . a. . tin i MEDICINES, 'PERFUMERIES, FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, "PAINTS, OILS, nn n VARNISHES, BRUSHES, DYE stuff;, ANTJNE DYES, WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, GARDEN SEEDS. CISA33, M3 ACOO, OT2 LiaUOSS, tVPr bronabt to this murk At 3r Lit a. H. 51 iCNAIK ia mv authorized - ti nuunti it;u Agent and may be found ahvavs at the Lr;it St.-re and y,ili caaJact tiie buucw as form- .rly I.. f. STATOX. 32. S?. February 2. 1H71. fj.ti Hew Gooc rnni: sunsciuiiEfi respkct- A- fully informs tho citizena of E.lgecorobe, tbat ho has just returned from tlu JTorth and is now opining an Entirely Sew Stock of GooSs, which h offers ftr saTe on accomtuodatin terms at tho " i I ? I T T - ft Ht ! T7 I b C . El Jh 5 - PC Wr4 . -v....,..,,, iiji ,,, uiittillini No 0!d Goods, Everything New and Fresh, JOHN O'HAGAN. Tarboro, X'. ., AiiRnst,2ath..-lt HUSSEY BROS. St CO., CARRIAGE HAimCTVRIRS TARBOHO, N. C. Speci.il AI leal ion pai-:l (oUepairin je 1. 2b-tr THE PUBLIC WILL TAKE NOTICE TO WHAT IS SAID A. B. 110ANE, mm k mm num. Tarboro. X. O. HE KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND a choice lot of FAMILY GROCERIES" at the lowest Cash 1'noes, and tuo nighest C;sh Ibices rwid for Uidcs, Rceswax; Slicep Skins, &c. is stocked with tne very bt-st brands of Liquors and Cigars and tho public is respectfully in vi ted to make it personal rvcoiirioUssance. S3 - He has recently opened a new branch of his business in the Store nest door to Messrs. Brown, Daniel & Co., whore will also be fjuiid a large assortment of Liquors and Groceries. Alsl( a good BAH connected Willi the .Sioib. Tc.rbory, July 20. 1871, ljr. TO THE BUILDIXG PUBLIC. I Respectfully announce that I iin now prepared with a com SS&neteut number of assistants to Sgjontract for and build ever? k nd 01 HOUSE, or anvthinjr tlse fa th Carpenters line. I would also say to tho Farmers of ths County that 1 have made every necessary arrangement to construct everything of needed upon a plantation, from a GIN is f Ji K W to a 1IOE HELVE. Persons- intrusting:" business into mv hands may be assured that it will lie at tended to with the utmost promptness and fidelity. " I have in my employ a strong force of first-class Cai'x:nters. v All citizens of the county are respect fully requested to give mo a chance before contracting elsewhere. Apply to me at Tarboro. N. C. 40 ly JOUX C. DAN CI", (Cold') JAMES E. CLARK, -"Wilson. N. C. w.rrrt GWATHMEY BROS. & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Box 29w. NORFOLK. Va. W. W. GWATHMEY & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Box 5274. 79 Water st., NEW VORK Consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores, &e., solicitod. Liberal advances on consignments. Sept. 11. 41-9m. R1BT. XI UBP.ELL. B0BT. TAXXAHILt. Murrell & Tannaliill, COTTON FACTORS and C0?IMISI0N MERCHANTS, No 120 Pearl Street, dccl6 - tf VTSWYCfUKl Hit GILLIAM & DUMOP, bycamoro Street, TITB HATE CONSTANlXy FN 8TORE A ? T good SBBortnient cf every kind Vf-: " Iron&SteeL - .j. . ... AL50, . Agricultural Implinicnts. nCni.E OlLS'at WLolcaale. FAIRBANKS. SCALES, . NEW YOKK PRICES. - SJ AtlT-fttAtli'rleR tHTT rtmnnTTwTtia-a. 6u and Order Attended to with tadehtv and i;ii)aicn.-4L sep 7, '7i-ly ROWLETT & TANNOR cojniissioN 3iEaca;sTs, Nos. SI & 9G Svcamore Street, 1 Petersburg, Va. JCHf ROWLKTT, N. M. TANNOR, v .a. Jackson, Sep. t7. iy Fall and Winter 1871. JAMES, WRIGHT & CO., WHOLESALE AND" liETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS. HEAD QUARTERS FOR Dress Goods, Shawls, Blankets, Carpeting and otber House keeping Goods. No. 113 Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va, Sept. 7. CIIAS. M. WALSH, 113 and 120 Syeatnore Street, PETERSBURG-, VA. M A N V FAC'TUR T.ll OF 1 Mf oniiniAnf o f ., . ' J"'BUJe,lS aaa e bteiltS Oi Every Description. MANTLE?, &C f. f. LlIER, lcht. scp 7-ly ESTABLISHED 1830. HOr.T. A. MARTIN. RoBT. R' niLt.- ROBT. A. illlRTIN & CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSION ' MERCHANTS, No. 2 Iroa Vrwt, . Petersburg, Va. IAllliLUIi VERONAL AT- teniion jiiven to the fcai.j of Cotton, To bacco, Wheat, C "r:i. Xc. til, Or.lrrs rltled for Goods at reasonable pnees tor cas!i or sliort tnno to iw ' ".sible puEctual customers. Ju T. II. GRIFFI.V, Rocky .ircust, gt. ESTABLISHED R. n. HeTI.vr.UXE, 1UASK JPOTTS. s. s. nninoEns, HDWAUi) GUAHAM, MoILWAINE & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commission Merchants, , Petersburg, Va. T HIERAL CASH APVAKES C MADE ON A J all consignments of Cotton. oet 13-tf nr. R. IIUDGIXS & CO., IMPORTERS 4ND DEALERS IN Cutlery, k., NO. T5 MARKET SQUARE, NORFOLK, VA. TXVITE THE ATTENTION' OF A- 3Ierchants to thr la .Moek of Hardware, Cutlery Guns, &c., audT uiioortouy uupuc&te any Jiortuern But. ept. 11. 3m FAIL TRADE. 181. Double, and SI nprle Barrel Guns, Bi'eechloadins and Muzzleloading Guns, of Eriglish1rrench and German iranulac tnre, AT ALL I'RICES. Single Guns at $3.50, ll.eO, $6,00 13,00 iz.uy to zo each. Double Guns from $7,U0 to $200,00 each PISTOLS. PISTOLS, PISTOLS, Smith Wesson, Colt's. Allen's. Sharp's. auu an me popular ana approved kinds Ammunition for Guns, ...J -Tl .1. . . . ' . . . r Pistols & Rilies. Sportsman's Goods oi Great -Va- riety. . BEST QUALITY AT LOVEST PRICES. Country Jlerc'sants and Sportsmen are invited to call and examine our larye and ... .. 1 1 .. . i . i ... . - . rn .cn rentn-u mock oi trie aoove uooils, which we import direct and buy from the nianufacturers. We guarantee quality equal to, and prices as low as any respon sible house in this country. Orders by mail filled promptly, and ent uy express, Kj.U.lJ. P0ULTNEY, TRIMBLE, & CO., 200 w. Caltlmore (street, Baltimore, Mar viand. March , g.jy TARBORO Photograph Gallery. Just Opened by. ! E. O. LEATH, At the old simd, lately occuoied bv W. F. STAPLES. He is prepared to mate all the latest style of Pictures, including Photo graphs, Pearltypes, &c. His establishment islnrnished with a .'horoughly New' Outfit of everything nocoesary to tie business. A trial asked and satisfaction" guaranteed. 1 Tarboro,' N. C. Oct 12. , 45 rf. Tefferson Da-vis. -MISCKJLkA ROOSTS.-. - I The Old Established . TARBORO.': -AND- Confeetioiiery. JACOB WEBER, Proprietor -main" street: Th'3 Establighmt-nt 13 continually adding new attractions, with a view to gtiil farther increasing business The People of Tarboro and vicinity may alwaya confidently exoect to find here everv kind of - 3 PURE FRESH CAKES. THE VERY BEST PLUN AND FRENCH CANDIES. A varied agsortmcct of Ripe Fruits. Daily received. In fact evervthinnr kept in a lirst Class .HounO .f the kind will be found here. Special attuntitiu v.iil be given the Orders of Private Families. ; . FOB which will be baked on the shortest notice. ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND' BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanhs are returned the nublic for Tiash patronage, and promise given of future proaiptuesa and reliability. . JACOB WEBER. 49-tf Opposite Old Gregory Hotel. 'all Stock OF Ready-Made Clothing. II ATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, AND HavingPurchascd our larce stock of from first hands for CASII, wo offer induee nients to tho Public never before presented, and IEFY GQIlPETiT! IN Style, Price and Qaality. Gil LABilflEPARTMIST of Dress Goods is unusually large and attractive. Our utock of Gents and Boys . Ready-Made Clothing, the largest ever brought to this market. .uees,Trii3iiiiii!g, Velvets Under Garments of all Sorts in Profusion. Trunks, VaHses, Travelling Bags, Portmanteaus, Umbrellas and Over-alls cf all Styles and Sizes. We have the "ttore-room, means, and gentlemanly Clerks, and by an assiduous attention to the wants of the Public and determination to please, we hope to merit a liberal hare o! patronage. Call at the Brick Store opposite the Howard Hotel, formerly occupied by E. Rosenthal. 6ept. 7. - - tf MRS. A. B. JONES, MILLINERY ASD BK1SMAKM5 FOE FALL AND WINTER ISTI and J72V To my Lady customers of North aud South Cirroiiim: I am now receiving mv ran aim i inter ejections ot clioice Consisting in nart of Silks, Ribbons, Velvets, Satins, Trench and American Flowers . . and .Straw Goods, Ornaments. Plumps Laces, French Feathers, -t'lfpic-s, Wrasse, ,Ve., Tnrbin Stiih In fact aU the latest styles ot Fashionabio Mats anu lSonnets is offered to tho trade in all 8 branches eseeute.l at short notice. I will ask my ladv friends, that for UViimr and Pstrty occasions, to give, me a reasonable time to make tho outfit, iu tilling orders I will express t'ueru to. tho nearest nint. ami if requested will turufeli :DUESS GOODS TR1MAIING8, &e. FRESH MILLINERY and DRK uS PAl'XiiRNS every few days during the Fall and inter. All styles of HAIR CTRL? and T.ipp TRIMMINGS. Also X AN THINE, a most excellent Uestorativie for tho Uair. All no velti'-s of the season, includinsr T,.ifli.a .tr.. ciry, tea. - Orders from Virginia, North and South Carolina solicited and promptly nlled. V erv respeeilnilv, Mrs. A. B. JONES, - i PETKSBURG, VA. 1 Formerly of Wilmington N. C , Sept. 23, mi. 42-3m i ? NUMBER 1, Flie Tiirboro' Southerner, Timrsday, Ificsmber 7, 1S71 Catching the Train-A Good. Story "Well Told. The following stoTy ii telj.br the Rav. J. Hyatt Sajitht . . - x 3 We itopped at Syrteusef New Tork, for dinner. ; You reaaember the mil road depot centrally situated, with iu eastern and. western entrances exactly alike aa much so aa the end of a car. After we bad dineci tho 3 depot master inioraiea me mat we bad -seventeen minute to spare before theep'artore bf'the ejv-tera traiu. 'Tbts," thought It will give . me eu opportunity' to see the city- and a riloriotis chance for a smoke, .provided a clergyman could be tempted into such a wasteful and worldly amuiement. I sauntered forth, aud after an absence of exactly thir teen minutes, having en joved a delight ful and soothing stroll, I wai leisurely returning, watoh iu hand, when to mv suddea astonishnient I beheld the train slowly gliding out of the other end of the depot sad increasing ita spued at every puffof the gigantic locomotive. " Here indeed was a "call" w'r ich ad. niitted neither correspondence nor de lay ; there was co time for "taking into consideration." So, without conferring with flesh and blood. I put like a sky rocket with dou ble fuse, r or 'a -moment I thought I was gaiaiug ground, although I knew I was losing nind. I was eucoumtred in the race ly sundry helpful follows who sept crying out as I passed. "Go it liters!' "Plucky boy!" "He it lft, oh, no!" and well mcanii g and benignantxhnrtatioTis. Though they, intended perhaps to heln rue over th course, I found - that the mcro they shouted the le s I was inclined to run and more decidedly did the locomotive I teriivnj way against me io five. up the chase, to submit to the chagrin of being left, to lose tny party and my passage, meet with dis appointment and not to meet my friends all this was bad enough ; but the -thought of encountering all the way back to the depot that line of in terested individuals who, with their cheering exclamations, had so feelin-ly encouraged me on my outward jour ney, this was the bitterest piil iu the unexpected dese. But it must Le done. So tapering off gradually, I gavo up the ccutcst.nd turned back to meet my fate, and if I could find him, the depot master, who.se blundering Rtatemeats were-dhe cause4 of all my trouble. Without search that individtfal advanced to meet me with the bland recognition of a fact that nobody could well deny. "Weil, you got left, did you!" I replied only with the resentment of a '-silencing eye." If I looked as I tried to look, my photograph taken at that instant would hardly be chosen to grace an album gillery of 'eminent divines." Several bystanders, seeking informa tion, asked, with a show of confiden tial interest in my case, in what wise the thing had happeue-d; and others, wish iug to point a moral, advised mo to be o;i hand a little earlier next time. With returning breath, relief and words came together, and I sqnarely charged the railroad pfficial with all the blame. I spoke of his incompe tency ia no measurable terms, rec.dl ing how, after I had placed my party in the car, he had assured nie hat there were full seventeen minutes to spare before the train went ou "while here," said I, with a frinmhphant exhibition of my watch, "the seventeen minutes are een now barely up. and yet the train is gone but of sight." After co hot shot cast back and forth with the usual variations and final perorations of "you did," and "you didn't," "you're another," etc., I asked hiui whether I would be risking anoth er chance of being left if I depended on him to give mo the exact hour of the departure of the next Eastern train. "Eastern !" exclaimed he. "Yes. Eastern," I replied with a de cidedly upward and sarcastic inflec tion, "W hy, quoth he, "the train you' just oeen cnasmg witii such, pood luck wasu ttoe Eastern train, but the Wes tern Expres." . , With suoh interesting confusion and exc:tem?nt. I stammered out, "Then, where in Jobba is the Eastern train7 ' "Why, there it is," replied h?, just yrL. uii! uuuer way, at the other end of the depot: leg it, or you'll lose that." If ever I m ule Dexter time I made it then. I passed light through the depot like the wind. I felt as i?I was all legs.- Ono. giae.ee however at the rear door ol the last car as I was pear ing it came near being too much for me. I discovered the group of my long lost friends, wbosc forms and faW seemed bursting with poorly suppressed and timed mirth. As I reached safely the pi u form th Sre that opened upon me could ouN b equalled for its merciless effect by the hie in the rear, from whiehT had providentially fled. I heard jibs, jokes ar-d jeers- I heard the hoarse lauh- ter oi mil chested men and the hsr. tical efforts of mirth exhaustiriL' woaiei, i Ihey had all witnessed mv chae afr. r the wrong train; now fearful lest T should overtake if. and then ' rejoicitj at my e vident lack of what jockey oall "bottom," a my speed bein t.n shekrn and my chanc-s with the loco- m tive to grow "small bv degrees and beautifully less." They had si n... ed the "blowing up" administered by the depot master, thestrange procrasti nation in starting,, for tha.right train until until Ienth it "-.had actually started, and I had entered uphn a sec ond "stern chase." Then they feared that I was left agaia, as .they looked with lreathle!?s interest at the unequal 2 no $00 9 00 .100 ItMWi- f 12 0& ISO'! 23 r 1 6 0a 1 24 PC :? I7t0.'0 Q"Ui)'t '.25 00 iM Ofji.-'i 30 00'r.i;fl'- 50 GO cr,iK-io 0 Two Square, TfeSaurev 5 00 S0Q 10 00 12 50 15 00 13 00 14 00 Four yquares. CotirthCoJta'ij Klf Co'nmn. 2000 25-00 4000 25 001 contest of legs W- locoraotive. Th had witnessed rny fiual -frlurnvb: bu How.giBtcnu t wa. welcomed, with wbat feeling8 I fweivel tlieicr culir.r congratulations,' I leave niy br. erB to imagine i ; -." . j.v" ;; Amusing Children . " ' 'As the cold weather advance, tn-i th. little ones ar obliged moro. nd more to seek amusement in doorA. b. motbr lwks around for ftiapl B"rtv. of entertainment to keep the i wt gers ctnplQjed yet out of Diit' h it f If aht can have her family r0e tn in wuerjWKQ. loor Oi' tive-v.i ii. dctn-plavhigVouad arid happy V? time; she in n very remarkf-hje w-.p-, "and the secret of her iauMigf -ion-would be worth knowing. iT 84o, to be necessary, in order to keep ih tempers of the little 'on as uot'iS t that chairs should stand upside rf;.?. toys be scattered hither and jcr m offerings continually mada .to the dees of JJiaorder, or laid on th's shrino of chaoa. The smashing of , o:r, plates, window-panes, playthin.' lamps, and dolls' hetds is essautial tr tha'r porfect i'tdijitv. Al lowance should ha made for all tl:r: things, just as is made for their growth when new clothes are cut out for ti-.em One corner of the sitting ro-i at or kitchen should be given "tip to the children, where thay may have Iibjftv to do everything not absolutely sk;VI. xV peck oi clean sand in a tiuht bos- with a funnel and tin cups, is capable of giving some children a great de.! e:' pleasure. An ounce of parts-coh rc-5 beads, doled cut a few at a - time, wif h needles and thread to string them, : aiausa most little boy or girls for t'cr.y bouts. Slate aed pencil, or popeT and pcucil, with a set of cheap drswir.g cards for models, are ver fascinat;ng tc children four or five years old. Aset of building blocks, costing from ono v thrt.e dollars, uan excellent invtbtun i;; for a bevy of juvctiiles. IayestrneEt gfurie sort (here Eart be, if peace and quiet are to le v. re served, either of money in tho purii'.v-o of toys, or of time in making then,, or, greater than all, of patience and -V..; temper in bearing the penalties ihyt the parent must suffer whoi tuaki-a no adequate provision for 'keeping' idi? haudsout of mischief Satan will surrly find for idla hands to do. Dolls, n'i eets.hohby horse3, picture books-U.fr' are as indispensible in the nursery ar are milk, -cribs, aud flannels. There must also be a due proportion of fin?er marks on the doors, thumps on littin heads, scratches and bruits on luii -bodlco tffaalc up tLe perfect "rouud oT child life. . . . . -.. ; - The mofher 'may fancy thst sin. will be happier when her boys and g?r! are grown from under her constant watchl'uluess;but the general testialnny is that the period of playth: g, r measles atd wbooping cough, wf w!k ing-stick horses, and tongs and pokr ponies, is happiest for the mother anj often for the child Whea her r',1 springs are all about her, their nni9 uiay distract, their incessant wi'.s weary the mother; but she does not worry over them as when later in hr.. they go she knows not where, aud th y do she knows not what. It is b-. therefore. toer.joy.the period of "la'Cu cy aud childhood as it.passes, nutV-r- - Ing oaly its joys, and forgetting, iu ? annoyances, smoothing ragged paths for tender feet, and helping young heatts to choose the good, and growing Binds to seek and love true wisdom"! Marriages. Leigh Hunt con eludes an es-ay on marriage a's follows; f'There is no one thiog more lovely in this life, more full, of the divi'ae'si courage, than a youog maiden from her past Ufe, from her happy child hood, when she rambled over every field and moor around her home; when a mother anticipated her wants and sooths her little cares, when brother aud sisters grew from merry playmate to loviug, trustful friends, from Christ mas gatherings and lomps, the sum mer festivals in bower or garden, from the rooms sanctified by the death of relatives : from the secure background of her childhood, and girl-hood, and maiden hood, looks out into the dark and illuminated future, away from a 1 that, and yet unterrified, .' undaunted, leans her fair cheek upon her lover'i breast, and whispers, 'Dear hart I I cannot, see but I believe Th pn was beautiful, aod tho'future I cu trust with theel" In, Into and UNDEit.--The vexed question f the proper mode of bap tism was thus disposed oi byv "Utici'i Ccear," a colored preacher out Wer: Now, bredren," said be, "I heat great fuss about dese words' .'in and info, and folks want iis to believe thi'. t:iey mean w.7er, and dt whipn tie Scnptur' Fptfaks of an indiwid'j-il' going diwn ioto the, water, do JJil le menu to say that he went under the wat;r. S poje.sotue dav I pi over tn i e hrudder Solomon, and brudder Sot- omou werry politely say i "Uncle i'cesar. come iuto de house," do any, b.-dy s'posa dis here nigger would -jf under de house?" A shrewish wife, finite sick. M.l to her husband to dome and sit by hr hpds;d ti,;. : - 1 ii . .-i worm my lear," said the wife plaintively. "Vtry.' coincided the man. '-Were i not for leaving you, I would bve i quit it.'! - Oh, my cear'e agr.y re sponded tho fellow. "How out yu think 1 would interfere wjfh your hap. yiness. Oo by all means." Tho lady got well, - . "A girr wauts cookiog," is nhvttha fommeucement of the ad-- A. t K(nanr. hou!d have been, but the printer made it A girl wants courting," not an W u-al want, but it is not olteu published Any way it is bad. Wbv docs a rirl Oao Ciuuare, want to be uookedi1 ..I i Jir " .1 r 1 w 4ii -t it fit. ill if 4' 1 r, : h ii a 'if -11 1 -- Vi? ? i iff V t T . t I i .