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Tho Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, .- - Peeraary 22, 1872. TARBORO', NORTH CAROLINA. WILLIAM BIGGS, - - Editor- Improvements in the South erner. It is with pleasure that we are en abled to announce to our reader! that in a short time marked improvements will be twade in the appearance and general charactar of the piper. Oor readers have justly co uplained of the small amount of reading maN ter famished ; that the paper was too ranch filled up with advertisements Ac. This will be obviated in future, by the introduction of a ..mailer but equally as legible typo. Besides this, we propose to make other changes that we are sure will meet with general approbation. We are determined that the South rrtNER shall keep pace with the times, ns a fit representative of the people of Kdgecombe and Eastern Carolina. To carry out this intention more effectually, we trust that those indebt ed to us for subscription, job woik and advortisine will promptly come iorwnrd and settle. m wi Agricultural Convention of the United States. This body .called by the Commission er of Agriculture, assembled in Wash ington last week. The object was to consult on the subject of asking a fur ther donation of lands for the promo tion of agricultural science, the estab lishment of Schools and Colleges and adopt a plan for co-operation of all State Societies and Agricultural In stitutions. Every State and Territory (except two or three) was represented. "North Caroliua was represented by John L. Bridgers, W. S. Yates and N. W. Woodfin on the part of the State Society; J. P. Houston of Mec klenburg, the N. C, Agricultural and Industrial Convention, and Hon J 0. Harper of Caldwe.l, and W. J. Yates of Mecklenburg, the Fair of the Carolinas at Charlotte. Gov. Loriog, of Mass., was elected President, with one Vice President from each State. N. W. Woodfin is Vice President for North Carolina. Mr. J. L. Bridgers, of this place, was a member of the Committee on Busi ness. Wo hope in our next issue to be able to give the result of their delib erations. General T. L. Clingman. This gentlemen has been connected with the political history of North Carolina for along number of years He has, as it were, grown gray iu the service of the State and before the late unhappy struggle, in the Halls of Con gress, was ever found at bis post, bat tling for her best interest. b A few years since, through some niis understaudiag, Lis stsr was on the de dined anl he -tood in bad ador ami 1 the ranks of the Democratic Conser vative party. We are uow glad, however, to as sure our party friends that h is in fu'l accord with us m every particular and will do valiant service iu the coming election. We are heartily rejoiced at th's, for our party, in the approaching contest, will need the voice and expe rienoe of" such veterans in the cause of Constitutional right and State re trenchments. To Be Admitted. The following dispatch from Wash ington City will, no douV, bo hailed with pleasure by the many friends of our Senator elect. Washington, D. C. The Committee on Privileges and flections have agreed to report in favor of Gen. M. W. Hansom, as against Gen. Abbott. Yanee was not consid ered in the case. This action of the Committee is equivalent to the admission of Gee. Hansom to the Sepate, and it is noth ing more than we expected from ths beginning. The claims of tho Carpet bagger Abbott, were too trivial and nonsensi cal to be seriously entertained by any body of rational men. It is to be hoped that he will now take wings for his Northern home, and that this will be. the last figure Joe will cut in North Carolina polities- In Gen. Kansom our State will hava a Senator in every way worthy of her past ctaracter and reputation. For the Southerner North Carolina and the Whar ton Trial. The press far and near. -for the past several weeks, hss been, greatly con cerned and interested iu the orimiual case, that lias recently been decided in the court of Anaapolis, Md. Perhaps there never was a trial that elicited more notice, from the very fact that the persons immediately concerned and connected with it both the vic tim udJ the accused were from the higher ranks of life. There are fewor trials iu which per sonal malice and prejudice have had a larger share. The entire Ralt'ruore community rose up, as it were, iu a body, to accuse and condemn tha prisoner, aud so gre.t was the I 'pulir prejudice that it was imp? si ble to obtain an unbiassed jury in that city, and the case bad to bo removed to Annapolis for a fair trial. Indeed, the feeling cf emnity and prejudice existed to such an extent that ore dared scarcely to express the slightest degree of sympathy foe the prisoner without incurring tho odium, and elic iting the sneers of th public At length, after eMrs. Wharton had1 languished for six months in jail, the great trial, in which all felt more or less interested, and about, which everybody had to express an opinion, took place. And now came the dis play of legal and medical talent. Doc tors and Lawyers appeared for the State, and gave in their own eyes, and in the eyes of those anxious for couvio tion, such positive and conclusive tes timony of poisoning aud murder, that they wondered tchat the defence could urge in reply, feeliug confident them selves that the prisoners tate was seaK ed. But, at length, the State's testi mony having been exhausted, the pale, weary woman, ''the prisoner at the bar" was allowed, through the mouth of her witnesses and lawyers, to speak in her own defence. And then and there, North Carolina, -in tha persoD and testimony done of her inoct dis tinguished sons, added another bright star to the crown of her glory, and rose still higher upon the pinnacle of a just and enviable lame, Dr. Edward Warren by Jus manly, intelligent and thoroughly scientific evidence, not only reflected imperishable houor upon (.lie medical profession, but was the main instrument in saving from the gallows, a IoDe, desolate w:dow, whose character hitherto had been above re-p-oach, and whose gu lt, at least, was based on mere suspicion. And thus another laurel leaf has been i d led to Carolina's fame, and she has cause indeed to be proud of her gifted son, who is daily earning for her and for himself an imperishable renown. North Carolina. The Ku-Klux Investigation The Gist of the Report. The W ashiugtoa Patriot, of yester day, speaking of the Ku-Klux Investi gating Committee's report, say.-: Both majority and minority reports are very volum inous, the majority re port containing thousands of pages of printed testimony. The majority charge a number of lawless acts by the Southern Ku-Klux organizations, and attempt to show that the troubles in the Southern State." are mainly attributable to t')is cause alone, recommends a eoatiouance ot the su-peusioo of the writ if habea. corpus until the end of the next session of Congress. The majority do uot deny, however, that there is much bad government in the South but attrib .te this, in Seine measure, to the failure of prominent white citizens to take part in polities. They think there should be a removal ol disabilities, excluding from th-; ben efits ot' this only distingtuse J criminals who have takeu part iu opposition to the government, aud also thoie win. have accepted office contrary to the constitutional prohibitions. The minority report also contains much evidence. It does nut attempt to deny that outrages have been commit ted in the South, uor th. existence ot what tr.e majority report terms Ku Klux associations, but it denies that they are political in any regard, and -hows that out of six hundred aud twenty oouuties in six Southern States, so-called Ku-Klux outrages have only occuired in forty, and hat the vast majority of respectable citizens in t he South are not connected iu aav way with them, but discountenance them iu the most emphatic terms. The min ority report also shows that the dread fu! misrule of the carpet bag scalawag, aud negro governments in the South is the cause of the organizations re ferred to, an I gives st t -.s;ic of th dis is-truus financial cou iiti n to which the South has beeu reduced by carpet bag government, which is a fearful arraignment o! the administration. Tiie financial standing of each South eru State is given and the statement reveals the fact that the aggregate in crease of the debts and liabil ties of tl. several St ites will be found greatly to exceed S-dO.OOO.OOO. Tne report ckses with an srraign -meut of the Tresidont iu the following word?; 'It is a painful dity to arrai-n the Chief Magi-rrate of tn"; republic 'before ths great tribunal of the people. Ii would have been a much im.re pk-suur task, in a crisis which should hush into silence u!i mere paity criticism to represent lnua to that court of la-t resort as having performed his high trust, in relitiou to these Southern troubles, with moderation justice, wis dom and the strides impartiality; and that uuder a broad aud large heat ted ad mi nisi ration of the government, peace and harmony had been restored between the people of the two sections; and that all tha bitterness and rankling animosi ties of a great civil war had been lost and absorbed ia the proud recollections of a joint Struggle for independence and liberty, and the common glory of t'-e earlier aud better days of the re public. "What we complain of, and what the great body of the American people should visit with their censure and condemnation, is the indifference aud the positive iuattention of the Federal Executive to he terrible results which may follow the maladministration ot affairs in the Southern States: and that he seems to bo so far forgetful of his duties to all the people as to permit himself, perhaps unconsciously, in the dictates of pi rty vengeance or the ac complishment of party cuds in the fu ture, rather than to do equal and exact justice to all classes of citizens." Washington, Febiuary 17. The majority aud minority ku klux reports are nearly ready. They agree that near. y all the Southern States are ap proaching financial ruin from bad leg islation and ku-klux. One report attributes the bad legislation to the ku klux, and the other attributes the ku klux to bad legislation. Illness of Senator PooL.-Sen-ator John Pool, of North Carolina, is quite ill at h s rooms at. the Exchange Hotel, Washington, from the effectsoi recent kemorrages. Newspaper Change. The Roanoke News,of Saturday last, contained the following notice : In consequence of our intention to start Tj.e Daily News in the city of Raleigh at an early day, this will b'e the last issue of the Roanoke News All unexpired contracts will be faith fully filled by us, aud we hope to carry with us a large proportion of our sub scribers. STONE & UZZELL. The proprietors further say ; "This move on our part has been purely a business one we deem that we can better our pecuuiary condition, tor, with a larger field to operate in, we wish to proportionately improve our business. As regards the conduct of our papers it shail be the same as it has been here tofore. We shall bring to our assisx tance some of tho best talent in the State, and sha 1 faithfully and unBinchs ingiy work for the promotion of the Democratic-Conservative party of the State trusting that, honestly labor ing for this end, we shall aid, in the coming campaings, in ridding the State of mauy of the evils which have so throughly cursed it for the last tew years, and in doing so we hope to res ceive at least a fair share of the Cons servative patronage of the State." We wish all imaginable success to cur friends, Store ai d Uzzcll, in their new move, and trust they will give, what has been so long needed at the Capital, a high toned, responsible aud impersonal Democrat. c Journal. Conservatism in North Carolina- The Democrat ic-OoiiBervative party cf North Carolina, as we litre pre viously announced, will hold a State convention at Greensboro on rhe 1st J iy of May. Candidates forGovemer Attorney General, Treasurer, Auditor Secretary of State, Superintendent of Education and Superintendent ot l'ub lic Works will be nominated. The address of the Central Executiue Gom el, t tee recommends that "popular meet ings composed of all persona opposed ta radicalism, misrule and public ex. tra . agauce' Le he'd to appoint delegate! to the convention. The "0 d North State" is abreast with the times. Radicalism can be beaten only by Conservatism; and all the elements, influences and sgoaoiea of opposition must he united e!:e!y a::J coidial'y, to effect the great end, aud rescue the Constitution aod the country from the revolutionary, depos tic party iu power. Success to gallant North Carolina iu her conservative cause. Norfolk Journal From the ilmington Journal. THE OUTLAWS! A Most Daring Robbery--L.ow-rey and His Gang in Lumber-ton-Store and Sheriff's office Entered andthe Safes Taken Off $22,000 in Money Taken Pursuit of the Robbers They Escape with the Mon ey, &.C., &cc, &cc. Slanting news reach' d the city yes terday afternoon, to the effect C at Henry Berry Lowrey and his gang ot outlaws had entered thctrwn of Luna berton, some iuie during Friday night, aud committed the bo! les and one of the most successful robberies ever known in this State. To our cor-ii-spoudent " l'.-:'t,r,"at Lumberton, are we indebted I'.t the following paiticu lars. The gang, it seem, first broke into Mr. Newberry's carriage manufactory. where they supplied themselves with -uch tools as they needed, d hev then vi,ited the stables of Mr A. W'. Fil ler, where they secured a horse and dray, and thus prepared, pmceded to tlit- store of Mr. A. II. McLeud, iWm whence a heavy iron safe was taken end place 1 on the dray. They next visited the Sheriff's office iu the Court House, from whence ii s iron safe was al-o ta keu.and placed with thcotlur. They theu started from the town, with their plunder, but, as the Sheriff's safe was touu'i yesterday morning, lying in the street, about loOyar-.s from his office, it is supposed that it dropped off and was abandoned. Early yesterday morning, as soon as the !o-s was discovered, the Sh riff be ing absent, his deputy. Mr. Alex. Mc .Miilau, summoned a posse of men and -t irted iu pursuit. At a point about three tubes from the town "they came up with the gang, but being too weak io effect theii capture, a messenger was sent back for reinforcements. A large number of meu immediately volunteer ed, and proceeded at once to the scene, but the robbers had effected tbeir ra treat, carrying off with them the mou ey, tut leaving i he safe and a portion of the papers behind. These, with the homo and dray, were taken back to the town, when it was discovered that the safe had been forced open with elcge- aiumers and cold ehisJs, with which the gang had provided themselves at Mr. Nawbcry's establishment. The loss is very heavy and cousists of 22.000 in money, taken from Mr. McLeods'.safcV a lot of goods aud a num ber of valttabioq rivate papers from the S ciiffs office, which was destroyed Nearly all of tho money stolen was of deposits, which, as there is no bank in Lumberton, had been placed in the safe, by uiffereut parties, for safe keeping. Besides, some 1,000 worth of nier cbandise was taken from the store, noue of which was recovered. The books and papers contained iu tha safe are all secure. The Mexican Revolution. New Youk, Feb. 2U. A Maiamora special 6ays that Trevino telegraphed Querroga that bo would take San Louis Potnsi immediately and move straight on the City cf Mexico. The reinforcements ate coming to Querra' go to aid his attact on alatamoras. The govStnmeut troops were defeated in Sinaloa. There are 2,000 revolu tionists in Jalisco. General Mogara lias pronounced in Colioa. Tarboro - Debating Society. We arc reguested to aonounce that a meeting of the above Society will be held in their Hall on the 1st, Friday in March, at 7i o'clock p. m. A full at tendance of the members is requested-. NEW AD VEIITSIEMEYTS. TO PLANTERS. Great reductions in the price of one of the best PHOSPHATES manufactured in this country. BO WEN & MERCERS HPOSPHATE. Containing over 3 per cent, of Amonia, and equal to 18 per cent, of Bone Phosphate of Lime, will be sold for $35. 00 per ton, if ap plied for direct to - BO WEN & MERCER. G5 South Gay st., Baltimore, Md. The Greatest Discovery of the Age. EAU FltANCAISE, DU DOCTEUR LAURENT, of Paris. An infallible cure for all Irbitatioxb or the Skin, as wel as obstinate Errnptions. Tliis preparation is universally used among the higher classes in France and England. A bott'e of the Eau Francaise will be sunt to any address upon receipt of Oue Dollar. ! W. E. FLORANCE, Sole Agent for the U. S., Richmond, Ya. HISTORY OF The Great Fires in CHICAGO and the WEST by Rev. E. J. Gooospeeo, D. D., of Chicago. Only complete history. 700 8vo. pges; 60 engravings. 70,000 already sold. Price $2 50. 2000 agents made in20davs. Profits go to sufferers. AGENTS WANTED. H. s. Goodspeed & Co., 37 Park Row, New York. RED RUST PROOF OATS 2 A Bushel; Orchard Grass $3 50 a bushel. Send 3 cent postage Stamp and ray com plete Priced Lists of ail kinds of Grass Seeds, Field Seeds, Garden Seeds, Flower and Tree Seeds. Agrfeiiltui al Imple ments, Machinery, Guanos, Chemicals, Live Smelt, Ac, vvjil he forwarded you. These Pilceci Lists contain tnueti valuable information as to t.rue and quantity to plant, &c. MARK W. JOHNSON, Seeds man, P.O. Box 230, Atlanta, G;i. ttp nnnnDiT New Loudon, Conn., Mannfactuiers of the "Brown Gin," Cot ton Seed il tillers, Machidery and Cast ings. Manufacturers of Harris Patent Rotary Steam Engine the best and cheap est Steam Engine for plantation purposes. Cotton gin makers and repairers furnished with all kinds of materials. Saws, Ribs, Puliies, Boxes, etc., of any pattern, to order at short notice. Have had long ex perience in the business, and guarantee satisfaction in every particular. Orders solicited. Address as above. LT Q PIANO CO., N. Y. 1st class ! .O. 290. No .gents. Names of patrons in 40 States in Circular. i GENTS WANTED. Agents make 2Y more inonc at work for us than at anything else. Business light and per manent. Particulars free. G Sitkbok & Co. Fine .4rf Publishers, Portland, Me. A NERVOUS INVALID Has publi-ihed for the benefit of young men and others who suffer 'mm: Nervotis-ne-s, Dehihty, sc., a treatise supplying tin means of self-cure. Written ny one who cured himself, and sent free on re ceiving a pst-paid dhected envelope. Address NATHANIEL MAYFAIlt, Brooklyn, N. Y. GREAT SAiIXG TO C0SSFMERS, And good business for one or two persons of eiih.r sex iu Tarboro and aajojnins town., bv which you can make'troni $100 to150 per month, with but little inter ference with ordinary business. Articles as staj.Ie as flour or C tton cloth. "A" gooff business tor agents, sure. If your wholn time is given, a much lareor sr.ni can be made. Ciub Circnl irs free, triviiijr com plete list of artie'es ami commissions al- ! lowed. MORTON , BRUNDAGE & CO., bit Pine .St., .St. bonis, M. Odenheimer HAS JUST ARRIVED WITH Forty JEHgciCL MULES AND HORSES. FOR SILE LOW FOR CASH. Odculieimer's Stables, feb. 1-tf . TARBORO. mHE FETTER SCHOOC, L KITTRELL'S, N. C. Fket). A. Fettkr, A. M. Principal. Cuaki es Fettkr, A. M., Associate " The Twelfth Session of this Institution will begin on Thnrt.flay, Jan. 11, 1872. This School is situated near Kittrell's Depot, 8 ui'lcs Irotn its former location, ou the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad. The place is remarkable both lor healtbfuiness and morality. The buildings, large and commodious, are beautifully situated, a mile distant from the depot and spjings. For boys whose health would be bene fitted thereby, water will be brought each day from Kittrell's Springs, so justly noted for their medicinal virtues. Superior ad vantages of every kind are offered by this school. Board (including fuel and lights) and tuition, per session of twenty weeks, $115.00. For circular address the Princi pal at Kittrell's, Granville county, N. C. dcc21-2m. pUUK COR1V AND DYE WHISKEY. We have now in successful operation our DISTILLERY, near iVarrenton N.C , ami are making one hundred and fifty gal Ions per day, of the best and purest Corn and Rye Whiskey ever offered for sale in North Caroliua. John J. Fades, the most celebrated Dis il!er in the State, is in charge of the Dis tillery, ami guarantees to make as pure an article of whisky as can be manufsctured. The former reputation of our Whiskey, knovyn As "the Old Christmas Wbiskeyj" shall be sustained in every respect, and we promise onr customers tt genuine and unadulterated article of spirits on the most reasonable t ertns. To all invalids we would especially recommend our whiskey for its fine medicinal qualities as "free from '"drugs,'1 chemicals aud injurious compounds. Toe PI ysicians of Warrenton unani mously agree in pronouncing our whiskey the PUREST that has been on the market since the war, and prescribe it for their patients. We arc selling our whiskey, which we guarantee to he above proof, and twenty degrees stronger than Northern VVhiskey, at $1.40 a $1.60 per gallon by he barrel; by tiie cask of twenty gallons $1.75; by the five and ten gallon cask $1.90 a $2.00. Orders solicited and promptly filled. -CHRISTMAS. FOOTE & CO. febS-tf Warrenton, N. C. BEST AGRICULTURAL LIME, delivered, at Stations on W. -A W. B. B, on moat liberal terme. C. 0. LANIER, Ag't Tarboro, Aug. ?4, 187J, tf ADVERTISEMENTS. TO TIIE AFFLICTED. ' THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO TIIE public at large and particularly the afflicted, that I have removed from the Drag Store to the office near my Resi dence, where I can always be found, when not professionally engaged. Orders left at my house wilt receive prompt attention, feb. 15-tf. A. H. MACNAIR, Md. , HAS Just returned from the Northern Cities, whe e. he spent some time and pains in selecting the largest and moat attractive Stock of Pry (Roods, GROCERIES, NOTIONS, Ellais & Caps, Boots and Shoes, READY-MADE CL0THIN3, AND MEN'S UNDFR WEAR ever brought to this market. lie effers great inducements to the public, and defies competition both in STYLE, QUALITY AND PRICES He is prepared to pay the Highest Cash Prices for Cottou. Also Liberal Advances made upon Cotton shipped to MARCH, PRICE & Co., New York Oct-5, 1871. 4 4. i i:imi1aIzi.us Fon Spuing Crops. 7E OFFER TO THE TRADE AND V le plautcrs in Virgiuia uU Noith Carolina, tho following standard Fertil ise ra : 500 tons Bradley's Patent Super-Plum- r: puaio ot wmc 500 toBracs dley's Sea Fo wl Guar o. 300 tons Reese's Soluble Pacific Guano. 100 tons Genuiue Peruvian Guano. 200 toes Ground Plaster. 100 tons Bradley's Tobacco Fertilizer. tYe -also offer the Fertilizers manu factured by the Petersburg Fertilizer Company, These Fertilizers we offer with ail con fidence, having told them for the lust six years. Our Urms to the trade are liberal, and we luvitc Correspoiidcuce trout planters. AlcILH A1NE-&CO. Jan. 18-3m. Petersburg, Ya. TO FARMERS AXD PLANTERS. Double Kepimeu Pouubetie, ot the 'Lobi llanuiae.uring Co.,". tor sare ur tuts to suit customers, iius article is sold tor ha f tne price of other ieruarzers, aud is cheaper lor Lollon, Lorn, 2obacco and tytlaous than any other lu the market. It is made entirely from tire mghl-soh, oliai, Ac, ot N. 1. City. -Crave,. uehverod ou hoard iu .er yorkc'ny, tweury-uve uoirars per too. 1 ajk atteutiou to the iuiloWUiK testiUWlUSiS : J. A. J. Askew, ot CXMcram, N.C., iu a letter dated bept. tutu, ld.U, says: "1 let several prauters nave some ot tue 'Double KcriueU LOUdrette.' Clue says he Wauls live- tons uexi season to put uuder Goru. I used four tons OD Corn, aud artuough the season was un lavoruore, it astoniaueu every one who saw it. 1 rniuk n tue best reiuiuer tor Coru i ever saw." iiauiel JIcLaury, of New Xirauswick, N. J., under date ol August, 11, laVu, says : "Upou the tecuUiuaenuauou ol trot. Coos, ol lhe.ew btate Arieuiiural cohego, wlro analyzed ihe Cool Co s Douole HeBUeu l ouurelle, X Used it very uteusireiy two years ago. ihrs year X used, in connection wrtu a neighbor, ia. la Dudley), about Z,ouU v. or til ot Double He lm, u Poudrette. 1 can cheerruhy reeuuunenu this to is, as 1 believe, a cheap aud valuable Co.. centrated fertilizer." fiJA. i ampu.et, givmg lull directions, Ac, sent uu appLcatiou to ja.mlo i. f C'SlFXt, bb CorUaudt btreet, New xoik. For sale by hienaeyer, ixureriduo A Drunks. Portsmouth, Vs.; Gwatnuey Dion., Jt Co. Nor folk, la. Jan. 2o-znu SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO. CASII AND TIME PRICES MATE RIALLY REDUCED. CASH $4(5. TIME $56, Payable 1st November next. The use of this Guano for Cotton and Coru for tue past six years has established its cbaiacler lor KLLixBiLiir aud txutL Experience lias demonstrated that under lavuiable coudilious of season au applica tion of 'iiuui lo2 io ILK) pounds per acre increases the crop from two to three told over. the natural capacity of the sod. The cosr ot growing coitou to the planter is iu exact proportion to the yie.u per acre Iron) the laud and .labor employed in Us cultivation, beuce the ageucy wh'cn so largely increases the production at so luoaeiata au outlay of capital must be es sential lo profitable planting. For lurlher luiormaliou address VM. li. AlcKAKY & CO , Agents Pacific Guauq Company aud Dealers in pure Peruvian Guano, Wilmington, N. C. - PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S compound ACID FMPHffi If Iffi For Composting with Cottou Seed. CASH 'i . T1ME-.5, payable Nov. 1. This article is prepared cxp.tsdy lor compostl.ig with Cotton bet-d, in oidei to Supply It With SoLUBLX SULX'UCalC Acid, wuiC.i is necessary to lender it must effec live and eeouomlcal as a fertilizer. 250 pounds Cotton Oced composied witn 25d pounds Acid PhoapLate . as bet u found by expoiicnoe- to produce results rarely equalled aud never surpassed by any other lertihzer. A compost made in this manner contains all the eieuieuts ot value that can enter into auy fertilizer. It is the only manner in which Cottou Seed can be pioperly used. With this Phosphate the planter can supply hiiuseli witu a leftilier of the highest grade at the smallest cost, which will enable him to use it liberally, and thus realize the highest results from the time aud labor employed iu making his crop. ' - . For printed directions for composting, aud lor termi, Ac., &c, address WM. li. Melt AK IT t CO., Ageuts. and Dealers in Peruvian Guano. Jan. 2 5-2 m. Wilmington, N. C. ' BLACKSMITH WANTED. A COMPETENT BLACKSMITH well versed in Ida true, can obtain re munerative employment in the town of Wd itawston. For further information apply to L.B.bXADK.or B. B. BAiaVBUXtY, fb. M. WiliiamBt, X. C. NEWT ADVERTISEMENTS. EuwaQ&aaiios, Soluble Manures, AND Sulphuric Acid MANUFACTURED AT the Eiiwaii Works, CHARLESTON, S. C. BY THE Sulphuric Acid AND Superphosphate Co. mHE NOW WELL-KNOWN "ETI 1 WAN GUANO" is manufactured from the Native Bone Phosphates of South Carolina. Tnese Phosphates in their nat ural state are insoluble, and require to be ground to powder, and made soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This company have now in operation the largest Sulphuric Chanib eis at the South, and arc, therefore, able to manufacture at the lowest rates, the highest grades of Fertilizers; it being clear that the greater the proportion ot soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, the less the quantity required per acre. In order to make the Fertilizer complete Ammonia and Potash in suffi cient quantities are ad led. With these views the Company manufacture and offer for sale.. Etiwau- Guano Warranted to contain 20 per cent, of Dis solved Bone Phosphate of Lime and fioni li to 2 j per cent, of Ammonia, w ith a sut fleient addition of Peruvian Guano and Potash to adapt it to all crops. Dissolved Bone of high erade suitable for Slanufacturers or for Farmers desiring to prepare th-ir own compost; and as large quantities of Sulphuric Acid are used to dissolve the Phosphate, this will be found a cheap and convenient way to transport that material. Ground Bone at much lower rates, consisting simply of the Native Bone Phosphate ground to r"wder; March, Price & Co,, iLsents, 91 TV ATE 11 STREET, NEW YORK. N. B. The per centage of Dissolved Bone. Phosphate of Lime and Ammonia in all the Eliwans is ascertained at the works by their Chemist before delivery. Orders for the above Fertilizers v:ll be taken by O. O. Parrar, TARBORO, Who will give all patticulars as to price and terms. Jan. 23-3 m. A Xcw Establishment. The firm of Brown, Daniel & Co. having been dissolved by mutual consent the un dersigned takes tliis occasion t" say that lie will continue the business at the ohi well-known stand. He will keep a tine assortment of everything usually found iu a first-class Dry Good Establishment, all f which will le sold lor Cash on the most reasonable terms. Patrons of the old firm and the public generally are respectfully invited to call. Prompt attention, excellent go"ds and suitable prices await all wt.o rnav attend. tf. ROBERT C. EROWN. I0ESES AND MULES. nead Fine Horses and Mules just arrived to day, and for sale low by LIVERY STABLES, Feb. t-tf. TARBORO. Motice. Notice. 1 T IS WITH PLEASURE THAT I IN JL form the Citizens of Edgecmhe that I am now located at my Old Stand. next to the Stores of R. B. Abmp, and H. M. Wil liams, where I have served and hope to serve them again, and do respectlully sol icit all those who wish to purchase goo is in my line to give me a call before pur chasing elsewhere, as I am determined to sell goods aa low, if not for less profit, than any one else iu Tarboro. Test the assertion by giving me a trial." Feb.8-4t J. M. SPRAGINS. J. M. SPRAGIN'S COIWEtCTION CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, Ac, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. ' Feb. 8-12 m. TARBORO. SUPERIOR COURT. - STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. MARTIN COUNTY. William Scott- I against S Civil action for Willik Axk Scott. ) Divorce. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant above psmed has removed beyond th limits of this State or so concealed herself therein that t he ordi nary process of Law cannot he served upon her. It 18 therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made in the Tarboro Southerner, a newspaper printed in Tar boro in said, district commanding her to appear before me at my office in Williara ston, JOth day of March next, and answer the complairt of said plaintiff, or judgment will be granted In accordance therewith. Given at my office in Williamston thia 6th day of Febrnarv. 1872. JOS. M. 8ITERSON, Clark Superior Court. feb,15-6w Mwtia Couatv. UTEW ADVERTISEMENTS, J AMES W. WMnraEv. Commission Merchant AND FUSE TAR Store lately occupied by N. M. LAWRENCE. Has constantly on hand a full line of Sugars, Teas and Coffees, Patapsco, Ashland, Family and other brands of Flour. Bacon, Mess & Rump Pork. xiunoo, amnbupui x vjaa, v uruii'ieiii, auaccaroni ('ho colate. LoriTard's, Miller's and Railroad Snuff and Tongues and Dried Reel. articles to be found in ounu. uuieis xur joors, sasn and lilinds promptly filled at Manufacturer's Prices. Feb. 8. 1S72 . 9 Cm FISH Planters Read and See What was the result of a most careful erprimpnf in made in 1871 by your most LKipr. o as. it. imgpen. The table below, carefull v cnmniled bv Mess Cowand & Harriss, introduces" the COST of finnnn while his table only introduces weight of Guano us mown beside this table. Comparative Cost Value Ou Clay land, according to table taken from Rcconlfi!:tl Farmer, it will be seen that ! lbs. i per i lbs. lAcre1 CLAY LAND. I 240 ! 720 24tb Gt7 240 j 709 24U fiUO $0 worth oi Fish Guano produced G " Stonewall " $0 " W Rami's " " $6 " Cue's SANDY LAND. $6 worth of Fish Guano produced $6 " Stonewall " " $6 " Whann's " " $6 " Coe's " " 240 i 930 240 800 240; 873 240 750 400 j 989 400, 844 400' 900 400! 800 G00ill4fJ 6O0l022 000 990 600 883 $10 $10 $10 $10 Fish " Stonewall " Whann's " Coe'a " $15 " Fish $15 " Stonewall $15 Whann's $15 " Coe's The Fish Guano we sell this year has been improved by increasing the amoniating substance. The pries has been reduced to $47.50, cash. COWAN '& HARRISS, NORFOLK, VA. C . 1LANIEM, Affpiit Jan. 25-3m. ASTRAL OIL, not the cheapest, but the safest, 75e. per gallon. Iron Axles. Tire Iron. Cart Timbers. A full line Single and Double Ploughs. A full line Agricultural Imple ments. Patapsco and other grades Floax. PENDER, GAfLIN CO. .Tsrboro, Jan. 18-2m. ' HARDWARE A VJ ' ad as Low as R aTj DEALER IN FAMULI G10CEMES, Main Street, Sugar Cured Hams, and all a first-class Family Grocery GUANO enterprising fellow jjl inter f'rmn Jan. No. o. la constructed Fanner. l r : a " .- i t. X ! X c u , o Mi CLAY LAND. j-. n - c c I Jt 1 Z c Z c y No. 1. Fish Guano, j 720 i 300 j 210 " 2. Stonewall, 900 j f,40 1 240 " 3. Imnn's 78i 420 1 210 " 4. Coe's, 720 300 2-;9 " 5. No manure, 3G0 SANDY SOIL. No. 1. Coe's 990 480 240 " 2. Whann's 960 540 24i " 3. Fish, 930 510 240 " 4. Stonewall, 1080 666 240 " 5. Coe's 960 540 400 " 6. Whann's, 990 570 4U) " 7. Fish, 980 560 400 " 8. Stonewall, 1140 720 400 " 9.. Coe's, 1060 640 000 " 10. Whann's, 1090 670 6"0 " 11. Fish, 1140 720 c0 "12. Stonewall, 1380 960 60O " 13. No manure, 420 5 Tarboro, N. V. Plummer, Lewis &Co., EXCLUSIVELY MERCHANTS Continue to sell Hardware, STOVES and TINWARE CHEAPER THAU ANY Store in Tarboro