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The iarhoro' Southerner.
rcc $ ttdepf atlcut 'amUjj "M uvna VlUiUSttKD BVERlt XUUKSDAY MORNING BY "WH BlaGrS, Editor and Pr cprietcr - v. .. -- - Thk Socihkrhkr is one of tbe oltlestand la'rfst Journals in North Carolina, and as. o.ns'of the lustitutirin of the Country and ta orfcao ot Edgecombe County.it condiH-i tor wilt strive to diTed ft 1n the tnferevt r, the State and Cyuntryat lure, and he will pare no pain to make it a litreriieKentative of the section from which it einenates. i Tht subscription price is Three Dollars a ear j Twrt Dollars for Six Month and muM 0 paid lNVAai abdy in advance. Money mi in all cases be sent by mail, at the risk oi ih; ublisher. IKOF.SSIO:Al DR. L. T. FI QI'A. Office, Opposite the Court? House, Tnrbot Having discontinued ray visits to Weldou. I shall confine myself to this place, where I may be found prepared to render profes sional services in nil its brunches.; ... Office hours, 9 a. it. to 1 p.m., and 2 (o5 .o'clock p.m. Jan. 4-tf. THOS. R. OWES, Jr., AUovuo' at te, TARBOItb. N.'C. VT"rlOE IN THK VOURT HOUSE -j 'J Opposite Ilegistera Office. an. SI. . ,''' . ; . U - - t Gkihwe Howar. Johx M. Pkrry HOWARD S: PERKY, ATTO It S KIT S AT LA W . Tarboro, N. C. OF F-I O K XKAU METHODIST Clmvch will be regularly open du. fins harness hours. Cikcitt Edsecrtrnbp, Wilson, Pitt ami Cm UM-et Counties, ausr 17-tf B. II.Bcsk, Koekv Mount, JST.C. Saml. T. Williams. BattlcUuro, X C. WILLIA3IS, "AUovncys it ILaw. OFFICES: Rocky Mount, Hattleboro and Nashville. Olti-e :it R .cky At. unit open at all times, .it K.ittleb f' "'" Fn'ilays and Saturdays, and at Nhv'He ..a Mondays. Rnincss letters should be addressed to the lii-in at Rocky Mount. CI IN'flT: .Nash, Edgecombe, Halifax ami Wil..,n. ;C"r'i lims collected in any part of Vic l h C,:i: oliua. '1'iactice in the Supreme am d- -r .1 ('..lifts. Jan. 4, IS 72. X OR FOLK. GREAT ATTRACTION! Watches, Jewelry, Silver AND PLATED WARE, AT j. Ivl. Freeman & Sons, Oiil established Stars of 1S31, V ,. ';. (irner Main aud Talbot Sts.. The Stih-eriher re-pecifully calls the ;i'f..':itio'i of? he p.trehasiii coniinucity it'll visitors ;reri?-r-'ll v, to his stock ol Jo ):;. C'Sirst-it-iiii r,i' i'isi-' i.i; fTr.Titiis.j C-'.se I.wrs, of Eiiro:vnin AM! Ill :.n a:i I Sv-. i vi : I !.e-!-t:nc and Cli:ii-!r.i -Hi's !.i .! 1 Ve-t I 'iiai.i t'.'.r.m i -I.-, 1 1 irii.-t. il'ibv 1 U:iv. :i:M inn .;i'l. and all "!old i'.:ir i;i:t-;s a:id Itius iu . 1 1 i ! 1 . , i ' i itills 'iiTl'sS' i: it;- .vs rt.u -'.it l'i Ku' it i," suit iS.'o f.ir F.tf4 I''T'aiTiL .ri i C iiT.f i:u!i- and l-.-:irl K:a- I. ..Ol 1 lliil-'r.. -La ties' Gold l in i-v. rv v '.ri ty. ( '. .'1 s'.i-i-v an.l !'. ' ; i n HuTnns i.f every -1 . l'ite!i t-s, 'asr rs. a:i t a neral .:: 'ie. oii- mi-mi t :' flXiC lL V'i'KD '.VAr.K. n .mi.-;m! ;h ', :iT":ir o: lioods inn i'Iy k nr i:i a T.'Trlrv Si :.', ail of which are c- y. it Sii.K at as i.n-.v itiht:s a- any sroi:KiN Tin: l I TV. I'ISZ WATCin-X CLOCKS and JEW- Kl.UV c-'.refrtllv repaire.i aid varranted. j ' J. M. rnKMAN .v sons, j At Cor. yXxv.i Taibot ts., Norfolk. Va. Juiyii, l:J7il. 35-tf V. R. Iir!)G!S & f., IMPORTERS -IXD DEALERS IX NO. 33 MARKET SQU.-VTtE, NOUFOLiC, VA. "1 NY IT K T i I K A'I T K N T ION ( ) F 1 "i-.-c'iniits 10 their lure and complete .Sl ink of Hardware, ' 'ut-lery 'ituis, Ac, and vviil clieerFully duplicate any Northern Hill. .. -pt. 11. " . 3m JAIES E. CLARK, Wilson, N. C. Gvvathjiey'bros. & co. COMMISSION JIERCHAXTS, B,,x20'. XOKFOLK, Va. W. W. GWATHMEY & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS," Box .r..71. 7:) Water st., NEW VORK Co!isi''iiments of Cotton. Naval Stores, 'cc. liciti-d. Liberal advances on consignments. .Stp:. 11. 41-thn. JOHN" n WH1TKHKAD SMITH JJ BRICKHOfSE WHITEHEAD & BRICKSI0CSE, WUiil.KSAX-K UKAI.KRd IN" J mi, im, mi & wins.' .Nos "4U aud 42 Iron Front, .JVEiiT SIDK OFMAKKKT SliUAHK, Herman Go's Old Stand. Norfolk. Va. ;fnly 13. - ai.iy J. E. DEAN'S, MANL'FACTCItKIl of ash, Giiiuls, Doors, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll U'ork of all Kinds, at Nortberu Prices. Planing- and bawbgDone to Order Corner WVhinjiton aid King Streets' Portsmouth, Va. jien-rs to o. c. Lamer. Tarboro. X. C. J uly 13. 3' ir ESTABLISHED 147. -'"7. -, J C. F. GRKEN WOOD. FEKD. ORKKVWOOD C. F. GREENWOOD & BR0., s DEALERS Iff JJiamoiiu's, Fine Watchas, Jewelry, :,c Silyer-Ware, Clocks, ExGAGEJIE:T& WEDDIXfi RIGS CT-Speoial attention iriven to the repairs Of I'iiie Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. : ifHuir Jewelry made to order apiH' " ' ' 19'ly W(fW -. ".4 I. VOLUME XLVTIT I10FFUS & CO., MKHMISUMLil, AND DKALEBS IN Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c. ITo. 33 Main st;,1 Norfolk, Va. March 2, 1871.. 13-tf D. HU5IP0REYS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in ChinaVGlass & Crockery Generally. ai;l GOODS AT : NEW YORK PRICES. Fine Tea Sets, i t Pircca, Crauti! Gases, ONIAr 7.00. j3 Country orilers receive prompt ttUMJto.n. All Goods warranted to please. I). IH'MPIIKKYS, H Main St., Nori'. lU, Va. March 2. 131v C3 c f-1 0 H o 11 o o O o "o 3 y OS H o m "o t-a E. CArPS, MSRCHflNT TALSQR, No. 30 Main Street XOUFO-K, '.&. Always on hand Fine Cloths, Casri meres. and Vestings. .T.xnit!irv2"i, IfiTl. 8-ly . '.VP.EW, Nos, 24 an 1 26 ULioa Street, i;' ,, V., MVT ! A.Nl i . V I t Iil.U I'.j.llJ- cr i' ' .i;:;i.Vfi.-. ' .iiuw. .- kii:s, n v"!c:a:ss, sadds.ls, t u.;i., Hames, V. li;.s. Horso Clothing, Ac. also j Farm Carts, 'art '.VUcels.'in.l AU-'s. j a"rfl Infers to 0. C. Lanii r, T.ir'ooro, N. C.'-S July 13. - oi ly t j T,. 15. rl.L-;". J. A. Yau-.-y. Saw. Hodges 300tS, ShOOS & HatSjPOULTNEY, TUMBLE, &C0, A'i' Wli.'M.I.ALi:, Nos. 84 & 33 Wid3 Water SL, A I) 1 :J x 1 ) 1-: LIZA H K i' 11 ST. Nor Folk, Va. i d- Ko i;om is f ,11, under any eireuv.sfan- 1 -: :;cept tj ..ftriu.t!iUi. aur. i-iy u.xr, nra co. ofxPRaL Commission Merchants 2'o. 11- Pearl s;reet, ni:v york. htji.ixs"&"daxc, GESERAL C0MMISSI0K KERCEAKT Nc. 47 Wiim; Watkr Street, (Rear of Custom House. NOItFOLK, VA. September 2oth lfei7. "o-lv ?i i s c s : e 2. a x i;o a' . I l- - IrtAmr.' r y i n 'i pi 1 i 1 C ' L'jOllI J OCiiilliai DDADPDTV "TM) vJ I T i lJtUxXilill X Uli OVLeLi. A S ATTOllNEV FOR DR. S. S. jt- Satchwell, 1 otter for Bale the. ab ivo valuable- H'ld most ue-iiiaiiic propertv, situated in the thriviii" and beautiful vil lage of V ils.-n, X. .', and now occupied by Prot. J. DeB. Hooper, . . .. Seminary. Tin; 1 -t ti' which the buildings are con structed embraces nca ly FOUR ACRES, and is most pleasantly situated, containing a beautiful lawn with a LCraiinal descent to the street i'l front; the garden, lyinp; in the rear has a soil susceptible of the high est improvement. Too water in good no better can be lotiml in the town. The main building, comprising i central part of three stories and winjts of two sro. rics, contains on the the first tloor a la jre st hool room,wo other large rooms suited for recitations, &c, and t o. small mnsic rooms; mi the secondtloor thero are nine i-oonis an! several closets, and on the third lbor cijiht roms suitable for bed cha'.i ber. The House affords romii for a l ire namber of pupils and teachers after allow ing due spac for. general purpose-- On the oremies are fo'nml the usual wnt-hoiises for sc; vanu, k'.tcheU, t,nioke- bonse.&e., It is believed that there cannot be found in North Carolina, perhaps not in the en tire South aniore eligible location for a first cl.vs male or female insti' ntion of learning. Situated in the liuest cotton growing region ot the State,eoiu.ii!iins a moral, energetic, prosperous ' and inteli reii t eominmtity, making rapid strides on ti career of progress', improvement and Wealth, Wilson is uiuroliing steadily ahead of her older sister tovrn, and bids fair to becormj in a few years one of the rr.ost important inland towns in North Carolina. The Deems he miliary- rroperiv, wmie originally designed for .educational pur poses, may, If desired, be readily conver ted into a palatial private residence ny slight alterations, and under the hand of skilhmd taste, might be made with little expense one of t" e most lovely an.l masnj, rrTj. Cionei to b tound 7 w,'e.r The property wilh be sob' cn ui advantagoustevins. . - For 'flirt tier priire.i.i l0 SAU'kT.jnLLI;iSf Xtt'y, lor Ut, g, Satchwall, battleboro. N. 0 " : ss-tf - '1 i'AM O&il 'h.OJXT H E R 1 TARBORO 5!SlIIS,lffl! Mils j ) BjHOTjAB H1T0 ' ,4 - o, &o. &c. Commission Merchant ;" ' . MAIN STREET, , ? YTashlngton, W. C A. T. BRUCE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL Commission Merchants 10 G Pearl Sti-eet, Sew York. fIBEKAL CJtSII ADVANCES ON j," CoiisipiHiiens. Sliipjurnts covered by iisuranee when placed on tars oresse4 J u lie 10. 2S-tf MYERS' SON, Comraission. Merchants Receiving and Forwarding AGENTS. WASHINGTON, N. C pril 4:li, 1SC7. 18-tf ii. nn mi mi UiUXS. GO'S. j Double nnrl Sirprle Barrel Gen, Krcechl.iar'iif. and .'nzzleloading Guns, of Etiglisli, Fi cnclr ami German manufac ture, IT A S.I. i'RICr.S. Single Guns at $2,50, $1,00, $3,00 $8,00 $12.00 to $20 eacli. Douole Guns i row 7,00 to $200,00 eacli. PISTOLS, PiSTOLS, PISTOLS, :iiit! os Wesson, Colt's. Allen's, Sharp's, ami il l t!ie popular ami approved kinds. Ammunition for Gnus, Fislols & Rifles. Sportsman's Goods oi Great Va- ritty. BEST CU-.LiTY AT LOWEST FillCES. C ociilry Jrlurihants and Spfvtincn arc invito:! to ealland exaiiihio our large and n.i sehcted stoe-t; .l tlu "a!vc (ioo.is. ivl.U h lie import iU:vct an i h y froimtn- iti!iunfact;rcrs. We gtiaraiitcu quality eqi.i.il :.), and jiriees as l'.'.v as any lerpoe- i siide liDiiseiti this commy ( ! ' s by iikiiI tilled promptly, and sent by express, ( (). i). ZOO nailiiuorc trfcH, TJaltiinore, Marvlancl. Maieli f.-ly ; jirpit w. JKXKINS, K. II. pkxdkr : of Bal timoi e. Lite of J arhoro, IN . C i Jouli- W. .Tonkins & Co., I Coninnssion Merchants, : WD fbbbhu wbeet, JJALT1.MUK1:;. COI.IOITS COXSHjtNMKNTS of Oottou, Naval Stores, and all other Tro ducts. . AU orders for Bari;inp:, Rope, Bacon and other supplies promptly tilled. Will make liberal Cash advance-? on all const jrnments. March 23. 16-tf VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. r1H USDEKSIGXED AS AT- sit ble residences in the Car.o Fear section, 1 - ! ei.tcd in tae bamlsoiue and quiet village of. i ijii liiu'ton, ni i:ie coiuuv 01 ..-i uanuni. The Improvements consist o! a well arrang ed TWO SIORY DWELLING, iz excellent order, liandsomc, and well paint ed, with a large number of room!? above and iielo-.r. situated iu a lovelv errove of flrr.s, Tiia- . i j 1. . i- rr 11 L' i,i iti..iii ' 1 and all necessary buildings, with a NEW STORE HOUSE admirably locatedicarly finished. A Garden and Orchard are attached to tho premises. The property includes 2 arcres of hind iu the corporate lim its of I.iiiington, and 30 acres good farming land adjacent. , Lulinc;t,on is at the head of tide water on a small stream, eisflit miles from Rocky Point on W. V. It. H. and 16 miles by public road from Wilmington, the cliiaf commercial city of North Carolina. This isa fine location for a physician or mer hat, and the propertv vviil be sold very low. KAMI- T. WILLIAMS, Att y. je 20-tf Battleboro, N. C, TAYLOR, MARTIN & CO., DEALERS IN Hardware, Cutloi'v, B 11 I It ON AND STE E L, WAGON MATERIAL; RELTING AM P.Vt'KIN jj T. House Furnishing "Goods, &c.,- Circqlar Frnt, corner of Main street and ,larket Square, Norfolk, Va. Nails st Factory Prices, Trace Chains, Weed. Finiing and Grub Hoes, Horse Col lars and llaaies. Axes, Sws; &e., &o- The trad supplied at Koithern P'" cea May 2V(. 28-tf GELKCTSo-ujq ' ANDYSCJIOOW - i;v,iBt).,j,o, n. c. The JJ ises Nash and Mis Kolloek wH resuma t a exercises of their School Fr'd.iy, Fabi 9th, 1872, and cbt;e Jnrre 27th twenty weeks. Circulars forwarded on application, dec 21-2m - ' . ; ; i ii ' 1 : ' g ., i , i N iM AJNT , O jP S O XJ T EDGEG0MSB1 COUOTY TARBORO. f'l 9- Choicealnily Groceries, MAINSKET C) Next door 16-tf WHOLESALE & RETAIL i. i -A . . . ' i mflB PUBLIC 13 IX X formed that I $m now receiv ing daily tka LARGEST and most GENERAL ASSOKTMEXT of MEDICINES, - PERFUMERIES, - FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, V VARNISHES, BRUSHES, DYE STIFFS, ANTiINE DYES, WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, GARDEN SEEDS. , TOBACCO, PINE LIQUOES, &c, &c, ever brousht to this market. W DR. A. H. 51 VCN'AJ B is my authorized Asrent and may be found always at the Drug Store and will conduct tuo busineiiJ as form er J. iviimarv 2. ihtl ' vVBRO -J A ST TIC ALER m HARNESS, K5IirI.i:, WHIPS, &e. MAIN STREET, TARBORO, X. C. Sept. 21,1871. 42-tf. HUSSEY BROS. & CO., CASRIAL'E MlIIfACIIMIS TARBOSO, B". 0. Special Al tcution paid to Repairing Je 1 . 20-tf THE PrBLIC WILL TAKE NOTICE TO WHAT IS SAID '-' by : A. It. UOAXK, mill k- mm dealer. 3IAIX STREET, Tarboro. N. C. TTE KKEfS ALWAl'S UNHAND 11 a choice lvt ef FAMILY GROCERIES at the lowest Cash ' Prices, and tho highest 'ash Trices paid for Hides, Beeswax, Sheep-Skins, &c. HIS B JFin rs stocked with the very best brand of liquors and Cigars and the public is respecifuUy . in.- vited to make a personal reconnoitxance. . 5 " He has recently opened a new branch of bis business in the Siore next door to Messrs. Brown, TJaniel & Co., where will also; be found a large assortment of Liquors and. Groceries. Also" a good BAK connected with the br.ote. Tarbory, July 20. 1871, ... 1 yr. TO THE BULBING PUBLIC. I Respectfully announce that 1 petent number of assistants to ontract for and build every kiud of MOUSE, or anvthb else., in the J Carpenters lineT- - 1 - - ' 4 I would iso say to the Farmers of tht Uoauty tnai t nave, raaue wvery, necessary i..,.an.Torf;.-.ri-( ' A- "iniistnirtr (.tm-vthintr of needed upon a plantation, from a GIN SI'HP.W ln HOP. IIKI.VK. Person iutrusLins business into ny lianas mav De assurea mat n. win oe ai- Ifnrlo.l tn with ttin inmost, r romutness and tidelitv. - v..- . - I have in my employ e strong force ol urst. class carpenters. ah caucus Of LUC VUUIHJI fllC lOSJCJi- fullv rconeated to give me achaoce before cuBiraciing cisewnere. . . - , i IKf UIC At tU KUV J.' V. 46 lv . JUHJH.1. PA O X , IVom . . . . . ...... . , ... rm j. j " ir nie isoiioins iiorsc runer TOR GINNING COTTON, &0. Two Mulea will Do the Work of F' V7 ITH EQUAL - ASja i. mllm -Bay t"- r'. i:n!eri!?ned are tn-e exclusive own. 4 pr'sJiif the right tornake, use and the above power in tua S 1 AT ii O r U tt 1 It v.t n u i -i a i An vAnmnfiUlAMVI and have oB-of ibe Powers ia opera tiou Tii v"rwTT All ordexs tor the Power," or for .ttie right use tho tjacae, wittna tne anove ttttk-b, raasi jkn.g25-tl 1 Tarboro, N. H EBN P RINOIPLES J eiferson Davis. NQRTJI CAROLINA, FEBRUARY 22, 1872. PJETERSBURGII. ROWLETT & TANNOR C03I3IISSION MERCK AXTS, Nos, ;94 & 96 Srcamore Street, Petersbu rg, Va. JOHN fiOWLETT, - K. M. TANXOR, f. A. JACKSOK, Sep. tr.- iy Hall-and Winter 1871. 3 JAMES, WRIGHT & CO., WIIOLE8ALE AND RETAIL TtEALEHS IN ;.SYASJB &V&&1ST DRY GOODS SMALL WARES AMD NOTIONS. HEAD QTJAKTERS FOR Dress Goods, Shawls, Blankets, Carpeting and ottwr Honse keeping Goods. No. 113 Sycamore Street, Sept. 7. ' ESTABLISHED 1830. KOBT. A. MARTIN. ROUT. R HILL' ROOT. A. MARTIN & CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS, No. 2 Iron Frouf, Petersburg, Va. F AITI1FUL PERSONAL AT- tention civen to the salo of Cotton. To bacco, Wheat, Corn, &c. Orders filled for Goods at rsasormble prices for Cash or short time to re? Rsible, jmnctual customers. Jtf T. n. CBIFFIX, Rocliy ?Joniif, hsU ESTABLisHEO E. 15. 3ICII.VAINE, FBAXK rOTTei. JiDWAIli. ORA11AJM. McILWAINE & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS Commission Merchants j Petersburg-, Va. LIBERAL CASH AD VAXES C JIADE OX all consijinmenta of Cotton. oct 13-tf BRANCH & HERBERT, Cft 0 CERS yi ND Cpmmission Merchants, "Nc 123 Sycamore Street, - Petersbuxg Va. TTtJ'IT.LOiV'.THKIli rEIl.SONAL AT'lKN- tiootothe sale of ToMcc's Cotton, and 1 ail other Produce entrusted to feeir care. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON PRODUCE IN HAND. tf Charges for selling 2'obaeoo tho same as at Warehouse, and Insurance i'ret of Chare. MILKS 31. ISli.iSCU, J. II. UErjiEUT, FoJincrly of firm of Foi-inerlv of Halifax Branch. Itives .t Co.; County Xortn Ccro- l'eterg, A'a. Una, BAGS FUBNISHED FOE GHAIN. so 7 Cm MISCEIL.4t:Ol'S. TERRELL & IESIO. HAVt OPENED Oil MA!N HI, NEAR THE BRIDGE A Family Grocery Store where they will always be ladto furnish their 1 frionda nd tlie public with such Groceries afs thf;v m df-sire. L. C. TEBHKLL. feb Ci. T. TEBF.ET.L. i ;;-;.(' R0T5T- KOBT. TANN'AillLL. luurreii xaiiiiuiiiii, COTTON FACTORS 1 m .1 and CO-MJIISIOX MERCHANTS, No 130 Pearl Street, decl6-tf ' NEWYC'UK. NEW The undersigned takes pleasure in announc- mg to the public that he has opened , .. . T 01 Entirely New Barber Shop tjxder th k . , . , , HOWARD HOTEL.' H establishment is new and complete m every particular, and tlie proprietor is con- nuent ot being able to give universal aalwiae- uon. 11a asivu sonio jioriitin 01 tne uenc patromige, and trust in a short time to add many additional Comlorts and .Luxuries to nia j Shop, He guarantees a Clean Comfortable Shave SHARP RAZORS. CLEAN FIXTURES . ,. - T. ., ' First Door Down the feteps. prQf. J4 E. SIMONSON, - - lrl KJL,U 1 'KDLK. WILSON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE , - , - lArnr-r nnvnn JJUi a. 0i.li.C5. STRICTLY NON-SECTARIAN. I T- o k T T r n - rT i. Aiva 1 u ni,, uua - .rpA'L - u,t.v.mlt U J'lli'- ) normal ana .uus'cai V.- . f I . r . . - . , . . j. h3Clt'-l.U I c . . ,. . .. - ' r ' ' ..ni! ftnr';r1 Vac her ll t? "m?u months ton?. First term beuins 1st of ' onths.to.ifc. , ''i oilhe most agiueablo aud jojiul reuai Vi .u- January; second term Istt! . , V i i - i April; tn'rf trm jst of October. ons in whicu ha hac c-vei; pm t.cipatea ; t - - " TUITION $12, $15 and '$18 per Term, Acconling ,to grade of Studies. MasJu, including use of Piarfn, $12 per term. ... Female ptipiis boarded in the Institu tion at f 15 per month, (including litre, un sell of. furnished room, fuel, lights and wnsh- , .. r , , (- -. ing). Board and tuition payable at the ,QV e-,? . l" d.1 'fc' (.es.,jir. u beeintilnsof each trm. - ' moulueruig :a the grave. Lettcr.i.Uised neer ' ' to j 'noy 3pai. Principal, C. . 4 MabVtif dents aidei in getting board in : with aaiictic;, i:esta perhaps latuair ! siued n.Mug -up, ict- iutt shr&uuua j C2a touotiCS -iy Uuart c.T.!i ii i.lv. L thebest private tamilipg ,. . rsalizatiau; or hopva dofeated in their iwiuntaU:. re all covered whh thick i sliaii trv cy bo-t not to di'pi.oixn, ' Entf renames ol pupiU - and boaruers at! ir.T Hr.. v " ot. i,,!ti,ra c,-!!.) a ,.r w.,.U.,.. ' . . ,t ... v.. , T 1 trie.oITir-e'rsr Jtrnrs t. w iara, sq. , f .. ' . , - 1 " ' . . .. ' v .w-. .-w. ;-f-w. r..v - , , SYLVESTER II At SELL. A. M., - wita protessioas gt everlasting altcot- Irelanu should a !.-:? be c-M-;i richer? rparaf8nbi 0! tho two nen.S bu-1 ot The Tarboro' Southerner. Th'iirsday, - -.February 22, 1S72. Typographical Errors. Ah? bere.it Is. I'm famous now An 'author and q. poet: -v It really is iii printl Ye gods! How prcud I'll be to stiow it? And geutle Anna?., VVThat a thrill Will animate hr breast, To read these lines aud know To whom they are addressed! : Why, bless my' saull here's sonwiUiing strange, What can the paper mean " ' By talking of the graceful brocks That guiltier o'er groen? Ami here's a t instead of r, Which makes the tippling. rill,; We'll seek the shad instead of shade, And hell, instead oi htli! They look so what? I recollect, 'Twas sweet and then 'tivas kind, Ana now to think, the stupid io.d For bland has printed blind? U'as ever sueb provoking woik? '1 is curious, by the by How anything is rendered blind i!y giving it au .-eye. Hast thou no tears? The t's left out, llast thou no ears instead; I hope that thult art dear, is pat I hope that thou art dead. Win ever saw in such a space So many hluiideis crammed? Those gentle eyes bednnmed, is spelt Those gentle eyes uedauinied. The color of the rose is nose; All'cction is affliction; I wonder if the likeness holds lit fact as well as d.ction? Thou art. a friend the r is gone- Whoever l ould have deemed That such a thiiiuo thing would change A friend into a tiendr Thou art the same is rendered bunt; It ready is too bad! And lu re because au i is out, My lowly 'maid,is iauij TUey drove her blind by poking in Au eve a process new; And iiow they've gunoed.it out; Aud uiade her ciazy, too. Lei's btop and recapiinlute I've dammed her ey-.-s, that's plain. I've told her she's a lunatic, And blind, and deaf, and lamo. Was cvtr such a horrid Lash In poetry or prose? I've said she was a fiend, aiid prsviseil The color of her nose. I wish I had that editor About a half a lniiiate; I'd bang him to my hearts content, And with an h bein it. I'd jam his body, i-yeji and bones, Aud si e 11 it witii a d. And Sen, I him to that hill of liis - Ho speils it wilh e. A Pleasant Revolutionary Re miniscence. Tt Was ritteii rem ! rk-i-.l nf . . a oi ueuerai f.ninvf-tfo '!:,, ho fc:-c nn h, through the United States, in 12-1, " ".o he possessed the iaculty of- recogiii 7U ut a .aneo hs ylj copaxofd 1. touipaiuots iii aims, whom lie k;id not teeti lor more ibau iiky years. Iie could call b uume as well the privates iu the ranks as the highest officer of the iiue. The following incident, was related to me iu the year 1SJJ, by the late J ude Brooke, oi the Couic ot" Ap peals of thisStale, who liad been a captain iu the war of l!ie ltevolnt iou. While Lafayette was iu llteli-iiuud, a guest oi iiginia, an obscure itidt vidnai livtug in l'crsou couut'. North Carolina, who was known iu the revo lutionary ariuv as Soargect Hood, who belonged to tlu company couiuiauiled by Captiu Brooke, and who, on ao couiit of his sinoular dariuy a;,d uni form g od conduct, vvtiS a put of his officers, visited the capital for the pur pose of r-jei.tig his old comoiaudmo 'o-eneral. J ude Brooke said that on walking across the cupitol sipiare one morning, he met au old man who inquired oi him if lie culd direct him to the headquarters of General Lafayette, adding that he had fought uuder him when a youth, and had coaie 15U uiikis to bee him. Before the Jude had time to respond, the stranger sat i to him; 'Ts not this Captain Brooke to whom I am taiking"'" Ou receiving au affirmative 'answer, he said: "l ou do not rppear to recognize ms. 1 am ilood, who belougcd to your eompiny during the revolutionary war." The Judge told me that he was immcdiat. ly tilled, wifh the most pleasant rcco! lectious of the Seaigeut's uiauy deeds of Valor performed under his u in spection, that lie gave hici a cordial -rasp and went with hiui to Lafayctrfc room On enteriug, and. before a word was spoken by any ous eiae, the Marquis, who was in a remote part of the room, eagerly approached the strauge old man, and exclaiming "Sargeoi Hood,' fell on his neck and wept tears of joy. lie recognized this humble private llt an iostuut, and reeouuted some 'r j-ajs doedsof daring to the astoui-'.i C0IU. patty. That be should Ifg' '-..,Cl),.ul zed one of his brother 0r:t a reparation oi moi- tba;, ualt- a coutu ry, dunag whojn ,hcJ mut huVe ua dergone usual c,a!.,t. wroug,lt ;n oue s .pcarauee by oi'J age, whiiu liU ?w. iijey es mus have "'grown diiu,: was i a nialter of no little surprise, but that he tshoulj have hailed an humble pri vatc iu the ranks bv nuuie, excited the ., aston"uhujei,. of ai .. no Vl ero r.reseut The Judge remarked that was one (JiaJLieuers.- Is there any thing sadder than files of old family letters, Vihera one seems to spell backwards one's own future? The frail labrio paper h still firm, while tho stro haul that pour aiI p.'ii, tir.nn it the heart's throbs of lion taut exhaled ?Uh s few moraing's Thera is n-t a sp..tla Ireland, NUMBER 11. dews; and others stamped with sincere love, that seems, as the time stained shaefc trembles in the hand, the breath from Heaven upon it ; letters with an r.ouncerent3 of births to be received with a family All hail, and with the fond records of opening child hood, and then the blackened sheet, and' the hastily broken seal, ond the story of sicklies, and death; letters ' with gay disclosures of bethrotha's, of illimita ble hopes and sweet reliance ; and a little fucther down iu the file, con jug .1 dissatisfactions, bickering and disappointments; sod perchance the history from ' year to year of happy married !ove tried aud made stronger by trial, cemented by every joy, bright e jed along its course by "che-er fulness and patience, and "' home loves' and charities, bat even in this there is sol emnity, lor the past. The sheaves an gathered into the garner, and on earth is nothing left but the starred stubbie field. Multuxn in Parvo The loiljwiug twelve paragraphs Irom an o.d horticulusral publication, are worthy of a place amongst lite most valued rules that should govern a we!! regulated home : Fkuix Trees 1. When fruit trees occupy thcgiouuj, uothing else should extent very snori rass. 2 Fruit!'u!nes and growth of thr tree cannot be expected the same yenr. 3. There is no plum that the cur-1 eulio will n it lake,- though any kind miy s'liueti-nes e.eane for cue year iu one place. ' 4. l'eath borers will not do much dtmmge wiica ftiif hay is heaped up rc-und !!-" tree a loot high, 5. Pear Liig'; t still puzzles the oreatcst men. The Lest remedy known is to plant two for every one thai dies. 0. If you do-'.i'l kuow bow !o prune, 1 1 o ti t lure a man. ironi inc. utlier side ot the sea. who knows less than you do. 7 . Don't tut o" a big lower limb unless you are a recter and don't care what becomes of it when yeur time is out 8. A tree with the limbs coming out near the ground is worth two trees trimmed up Eve feet, fnd is worth lour tiees trimmer1 up ten feet, and soon until they are net worth anything. 9. Tii'ii down, not up. 10. fihorten in. not lengthen up. 11. lfyouhadvourar.u cutolF, you would feel it .t jour heart a tree will not leei, hut rot to th heart. 12 heiiMuyhody t ells you of a eir- dpner lb.it. imdei'st.-irms nil nbont. bnr- i . , , . , . ! cuituro ana agriculture, nod tnat can , . , , .,.. . 1 ,- ..... j uo iuicvs. uun,u uu'ieve a noruui n. ioi there are no such to be hired. Such a man can make more than you can afford to give him, and if he has sen-e enough to understand the business, lie will also have enou-'h to know this. Wait. "Wait, husband, before you wonder audibly wl'.y your wife don't get along with household responsibilities as your mother did. She is doing her bet ; aud uo woman can endure that best to be slighted. Remember the Iriii'r u-ooi-v niivlif..; jilin s-it ivitb iho ..,n .. , j ...n . -..v y little babe that died; remember the love and care she besto-.ved upon you when you had that loug' fit of illness. P you think she is made of iron? Wait wait iu silence and forbearance, and the light wiil come back to her eyes the old light, of old das Wait, wife, before you sneak re pro tc-hfully to your husband when 'he conies hotnc late,' weary aud out of sorts" lie has worked hard for you al! duy perhaps fur into the night; he has wrestled hand in hand with care, and fcelfishn ?ss, and greed, arid all the demands thai follow ia the train of money making. Let home be another atmespl ore, cu'.irtly. Let him feel that there is no other place in the werid where ho can find peace, find quiet, and perfect love Facts About the Bible. A prisoner, condemned to solitary coiiuuerncat, obtained a uopy of the Bible, and by three years eareful study obtained the loilowittg facts : The Bible contains o,5SG.489 '.ette.s 773. GIW words, 31,173 verses, jgg chapters, and CC looks. '10 word, ami. occurs -4 ii 77 times The word.' Lord occurs 1,853 tiJ)es' The-word iovcrcud occurs b;at 0IiCC wh;ch js ; the fJth very;, of the 11th Fs-ln. fhe n!'',dlo verse ia the 8th verse 0f tj,0 ng, Fsalm. The verse of the 7th chanter cf Ezra contains all the letters in the alphabet except the letter J. 'i'ha finest cbtip-! - ter to read ii the 2G-h chapter of the! When Presideut Theirs was p.iin Acis of the Apostles. The l'Jth minister of France he was in the I. .;! chap'er of the 2 i'Licgs and the 37th j it of writing editorials for the 1'um chapter of Iiaiah are alike. Tho long-1 Contttiutionitil. One day the lutlo est versa is the Uth verso of the Sth I s'atesusaD become a prey to a jross chapter of Esther. The shortest ver-se typographical error. The kit. 'rcifc is the 35th vetso of the 11th chapter j for him to ask hi;;: to retnaiij al th of St. John. The 2th, 15th, 21st. and: head of tha government in spite of r.u 3.1t verses cf tho 107ih Fsalm ate adverse vote of th t'haruLers. i)n tho alike. Each verse of the 13Gi h I'tlmn - 1 cuds alike, Thera are no words aaiues of morn than sis syllables. - Beautiful Ireland. V e know of course that irelaetl .6 ' i i -.-n i i t . u ! jca.i.ed the "'Uicvaia iaie, ' and te j oulor ol tho emerald is green, but never (.bad u. catered icio.oar..iuiaf);i.iatioa that the thero was . acywhera in this world, to be seen sucr, VLtdure as it cuar.ued eyeH to lojk upou tho 1 ur;;i di..:r:ctis Irelaud. Tii sLpcs, tlie kaoH-.th j do'tls j toruuy by fieia of jouug ttraiu over is t.ich breeies cr6j iike piaylui tpiiits cl beautiful; ihe paslure;, dotted wit!tlho ioipuuonec to Ray; "iToi. a white i-beep ol tho pureat woo!; the hdi i iesty, -the co-L it ace vou n 1.02 ; The rarboro' Souf-Uern;iP. ..." .... a Medium, f Bu3:nei . .sjvdniunloattcn . -- ADVEUTISl'sa RATKS-. c o SPACE. o s- V - c O ' o o I o K 'J. II 5 H' Ooe Square, I Two Square, J ThreeSquaresj Four Sqyares.) Fourth Co'lnr'n; 2 oil f) UU 7 00! JO Oil t;, i, 5 00 CM 12 00 ' IS 00 -r, 0 $ 00; 13 00 1 6 00 21 (Hi ::s o 1.0 00 U-0tl!l7 fif)j.';i) on 10 o 12 SO 20CDj25 0l)j.'5IH: "( i.ooojv.'vn().'itjo(i .10 oo tr 20 00 10 00 jfiO on us m- '' .i Halt'Co'iiDin, Whole Colm'n believe, where blessed nidtre can ind an excuf e for putting a flower, but she has put one not only iu the funl ms and in the meadows, but upon the very walls and the crags of the sea, from the' jjreat blooming; rhododendrons, down to the snvillest fl w f that modestly peepn forth from its ra3sy cover. The Irish furze, sd richly yellow, covers all pi ep that might otherwise be bare or ban e i, the silkworm delights everywhere, from thousands of trees, to drop its "wc of gold;" the blooming httiv.thoru, with the swect-sceuled pink, , and especially the white, variety, adorn the -lau isot j e md the.gardeos ; wall Bnver., of evbry hue and variety, clantber to hide r ' d harshness of the moral support?; t: e beeteJ tlifFs of the Nmih c.i aro Irif-. ed and sokened with lovely jjowers; and if you kneel auywheic t.1iv.o:;t mi he yielding, velvety ci.rprt; yon will find little, vre'il-nigh ' invisiblo flower-. eta red, white, blhe and yollow--wrought into Li e cry wrof and texture. Ireland ought to be called tho JJeautN ful Isle. Thd- spirit of ihu.. b cni i'a I hovers -over and touches, o livsn lovelinees, every point. ldl M vU Gazette. SPUNGIANA. Nebraska has an editor so !a?y that he spells wife, jf The oldest .and in ist uncemroi'tuble looking kind ot bachelors complain hat they have had no evidences, so far, ihat this is leap yetr. Nor cill they. An old batchelor who edits a pa; cr in the west, puts "Melancholy Atci denrs," as a head for marriages, ia his caper. A precocious by in a public schoo out west, who stands high in geography, w;is recently asked by his teacher w lie; e Africa was located. Ho promptly answered. "all over the United States." An old firmer who was $sked by an impertinent attorney, if there were any. pretty girls iu his no ghborhood, an swered, "l'es, lots of 'cm ; so maiy that they can't all find respectable husbands, and latterly Some 'of em's been taken' up with lawyers. ' At one of his lectures, George Fran cis Train thouted : "Now, then, any body cau asrk liie questions." Where upon an old lady got up and said : '"Mr. Train, I would like to know what makes pt,t logs always burn iu two in the mid dle?'' The great American truvelei was nonplussed. A Dutchman who cas elected to his State Legislature, thus gives hi pni io'.i of it; "Yen 1 vent to de Lerhisla- ture I fought 1 would Cud ue:r. ad iroio n.'oas dr, but I -oou found dit: van some as pick fools ilere as 1 vae." A South Carolina paper advoiiisca for "a jouti2 frcckud lace n.iiu thiit don't back down. wit)it pair of tr.ddle bags, and a bowi knife and a pistol, to collect for this ofliee. A large salary will be paid. A negro waiter who had tw o awnk- . ened a traveler to i:;fovm him tlu t breakfast was ready, and a thi.d tim ? bn-ke his slumbers by attempting to pull off the b ;d clothes thus explained: "Massa, if you isn't gwine to git up I niusb hab de sheet anyhow, case day're waiting for de table clef." When Whoo-IIaug-Soon, a wcaULy Ciiiuman of Sau Francisco, was buried the' other day, there was buried w'uh him five wtu-oti loads of baked pigs ntnl chickens. Unless it was the intention f the old follow to open a first clas-i boarding house at thesiart it strikes us that he ought to hate talca the pro visions along raw. CiiARbES was out with his uncle taking a waik, when .his uncle Siid: "1 litre say, when 1 take you homo again, Charley, your mamma will have a nice present for you. What would you like, my boy? a little brother or a lit'la sister?'' Charlie, after some oonsUcalion, re plied : ,..-'. "V'.rell if it makes no difference to t'la, I'd. yuiher have a little pony." A loving wife in Danbury. Conn., on the decease of her husband r-ent il. i following thrilsiug telegram to a distant frjend: "i)ear "John ii dead. Js fully covered by insurance." "Good morning, Patrick; you have gof. a new coat at last, but it Eccms to fit you tathar lioj much.'" 'Och I there's nothing purposing in that; sure, I wasn't there when 1 wa.n ! measured for it,: same day a cote-i uut gr La -.1 heei or captured anJ lptured and brc.ight befi.r-' '.he (I 'instruction, whom he gro.-.-ly incited The Lov'ttti'Jicnud cxnta; oed ice IVd. ! lnwine two items about it : ''.Mtt-r hii majesty iforaieu M- heirs 4;f v,:u do- ' - i , , , . j sire to uccp htm ut the head ol t:-5 lovernaieut, the prime jtriist!i', sleep- fy moved, 'r. plied to the kit.,:, ;Vou j rascally old, fellow 1 1t! iiko oar j wrenchiiig your head oil!,- 'Iitft oi j burglar, JcQbcuss, wa3 raiurcd yes- tho goods: r a: "'. He i befoi y ihe jugc. toe! was t-htn in not thel.i u.stru: don, whom 1 1 course been trai-f pos ,i ,;aa je 15, V . - ' . iu- i. :