Newspaper Page Text
(i V .v. i r 1 tr X, -;l I "A i- i 4- ; . r... if ' Ct If- ii. 1 Hi 5, t K? i . I !:;. Si - is 1 f!- t. J t I o f i ; r 3 l!if n if I! iivaboro' Souilicrucr. CARi'LIN-- vim.ia.m uiggs, - The County Convention. This is li e last opportunity the otniEKNKU V. ill Lave to impress un.ui the people of Cdgccmbc the iuuH.i-fai.co of their Cuun y Convene .u U.k1. a:oul)Ls iu Varloro on ncit Tueil-iy- " It vvooli ,ccm that no exhortations of the kU.,1 could Lc necoary hi a cour.tv coutainiug so much iutelligencc and vood .sense, appreciation as it tlr.u:d, the cuoriuitiei ot auJ the benefits ta be expected when i--i,ce to roiievtd, lut our political ex porice iVr tl.e past six years reader us Joubtiul of any aetive orgauization or co-opcratiou on the part of the great mass of the people of Kdgeeou.be unites iueiied to such by every available method. The press isooe lever to secure that result, and while it may fail to accom plish all the erids desired, yet. by frequent appeals upon a certain sub ject, it will ujost certainly draw special attention to such au object and thus n n:e can make the excuse oi ignorance. Therefore, the SoCTHEKStit once a;uhi calls the attention of the Democ racy of Edg' combe to the County Con vention on next Tuesday the ith. Let us Lave a full and enthusiastic rally ut'ou that occasiou. Getting Frightened. It has be.u well suid by an ex change that the lladical leaders begin to see a black storm brewing in this CoDuMVisional Distiict, They fear the ewlored brother is getting tired e,f do ini the voting tor the white brothers to secure cilice. It's the old story of lhe buxzurd and turkey over again and the negro gets the buzzard every time. Tho white broilior says to the colored, joti do the voting and we'll take the offices; or, we'll ?-ke the offices and jo", do the voting'' every time, and the whites of Sitiibo's eyes begin to tho w. j He sees the point at last, at d th while Radical begins to qake. '11... bnirhora ll:r-e inter ite . e-t.-d. recently started trie report tnat r - Joan A. Hyman, colored, of arret), had declined tc be a candidate. John 1 denies this in the radical organ, aud; t::t s bis deteruiiua' ioo to v.resi his , , . , ,, , - . t luiius beiore the l.omuiatmg . onveti- tioii. It may be, however, that Join is only waiting to get his price bur j be it so t-r not, if" the colored men of: . i : 1 Tt .;,,i r,-b,- me- ! lina I uuiC'MJiiii i eu"'i number the Democrats and white 11 -.A i. , 1 ,!,.,,-.., I ds. do not send ; ieu5 uv ccvciui in- " ... i . - v. , . one t f their own race to (.!ongre-s ihfy v.-ill have no one to blame fur it bu themselves. A Back Down. Tod U. C-aKtvetl, lae --:-'ae Governor oi -Noriti Carolina, bn.vmtr, in the ma; or of the St ate i uisons assumed uospjtie an 1 uawarrautcd power, and made a fool of hnnse.i geu orally, has, like a coward, bacue-i oown from Lis po-siuoa and virtually ac- kiuwleded that be waswroti" ia the whole business. r .1 -.---I.. n 1. I, oi- in r. iw llvs nee lie i iinauu Luc oi.-ia. jt glO.OCO.UO to be raid to the regularly . appointed '-Legislative Oomtcissiou ..r- r,f thA B-uitrrtiri-v for tb- laain- teaauce ol that lustuation. To cover his d'.sL'raceful retreat he induced his own appointees to "recom lnend" that the money be paid over to the -Lecislalive Lomunss. oners This conduct alooehas d-s chance of "Mars Tod" rece ladieal Domination .or Governor. no . , . 1 e it at party nave a lew ruaua'j.g - . . . . n-.u ot Bum lent bran s to understand or, r.nni.i 1, t a tri,.- poili to.'" posibly commit such a grave political blunder rat such a particular crisis is , ,. . - i .,A 1 1 ;.. .IIir -.i n-ti m no piop-ei leader lu any campaign. ' . , , . i v m Poor I od be seems to have been icscrieuoy the wisest coudscuoi -'1 bis party, lor surely such men as Saiu Philips and Judge Rodman never gave him the advice which has intlus eueed his course in these matters. Settle seems iio be the coming man. We feel extremely sorry for '-Tod,'' but then, of course, it is not ia our power to make a wise mau out of a po litical fool. The enly barm we wish Ilia Excei l ney is that he may obtain the nomi nation, for such will ensure the elec tion of the Democratic nominee by tweutv thousand majority. Education inXorth Carolina ThePaabody Fund. A'.exauder Mclver, Esq., Superinten dent of Pubic Instruction in North Carolina, says the AVjcs, lias addressed a Utter to the teachers in this Sia'eon toe subject of tcachere' Associations and the propriety of estaolishing an educational journal as an organ, t1 rough which teachers may conmiuuicat'3 with each other. It will be seen from bis letter that under certain conditions our schools may receive a sma.l auotu of tlie Pea body Fund. If twenty or more teaebws shall lot man Association under I in Actof Assembly relatit-g to the public , 1,, 3 ' n 1 rvuyon', uu t r 1 .i.iiiL'o n nai iil.lt ti il Teachers' Institute, to be under com petent uist ruction for four weeks at any time durii g the year, Mr. Mclver, as Superintendent of Publ'iJ Iostruetiou, will pay over to such Association fifty doihr.i from the tate School fuud'anu al o lii'iy ualiais from the Teabody Kdueatieuai fund, making one hundred ,! ',1 if? ill all. Mr. Melver advocates the establish. aunt of an editeatiooal journal. The End of the Lowrey Gang We cony the following from the it- uiingtuu Jourual, verbatim, et literatim, et j.iiucttnitim, ct fptllathn: We have received the two following very entertaining letters from Brig.31; j Lieut. Capt. Col. (leu. Adj't. A. D. O. A. A. G. Jack Allen, Lsq which the New York Jl ruld is at liberty to copy eutire, as the latest uoas froui the frout. We would ut once forward it by tele T graph to that voracious and veracious sheet, bat that tlie gra'pevine wire uas been somewhat out of order since the brave aud hardy Henderson has de sorted u? and the lovely llhody Lowrey. But let Jack Allen speak for himself. and tell how he proposes to lutervie-v the ganjj: New Yokk March 19 1S72 bir Would you please to inform Me if Burry lowrey and bis Baud of out laws are yet ou tl.e war path if y, i propose to oiler my erviee3 U the btate as i Kuot tl em all and Would only like Ut the to copy- got a Black i ha nee lVvils please a if the bend Hie of your fate will rt uu; site of weeks have of those uui L.ws lick to yiu Jack Ai'en will iu . Scalps s c go,d i am J. Alien No CO. New eh a&bcl New York tity i reel Nlk- 1 or. li. Mareu -U, lb.. 111 , , 1 1 ave rote ou Several lU-oe'.vtd no Answer. You -Liers. Wili find iaclosed a uotice of mv ro-bu- t at ion Irom tlit 1 this. ' rue as .. a ours i oon us you receive J. Ai.i.kn To the People of North Caro lina. ! The time approuoiitS w uuh it w i ' ' . - . oeeouje he-jer-ary i. v ti ( j-jj u.tt. t'oUVelltioli j-lT t; e purr-.,-o .j dates I or tu tuh--e I'-'O 're-l i :. ! . i 'u: a;.! , 1 i i l..-: t leal a:: i :r. re -1 n:i!V .1 a I. i .i i. el i V . i ! l'e - 1 ; Oil ve o . I ave Vlul i'"i-h .a ; .. , .yt' -.:t e'lv imi.te.-.-ed Willi the opiB.c-u .lie A (I mi li : t la llO'l cl General iuiiahy .ailed m the per-; iuruiauce of its bith duties; that u : a.-. -j.'.A ci't.ed iol" tlie Lei trit OI a pa! ty. i VA f,1 R7. ,'',r ,thet f 1 " toe we.ole; that the 1 resident has neg- . , iected ni-ui . .- in U;e j ur?uit oi picas- ure ; tnro. !:e i as ) r;.cttced nepoti-m Lo j au unptet--. u-:utc;i liu -."UK'US t Xieiit ; i g W iiit h have t. :l : I W Inch lia !.: that he i.:.-- ri eene i bi-ed 1, j ;m the B. public into biseoulidcue,; ; tha 1 rr his rule -.iiieU orruv ticn has become the order ol tne aay, and , ' integrity the exception that he .a . L o-jii.e blind to tlie faults and the! . , i i . crimes ct t no-Re woo riroiess tiev onon hivrain,, j t0 Lls personal ambition, and closes his i 1 , , . , i ears to the eomplaiuts of the peop e ; ! that it i'.aS become the liOilCV C t biS ' Vduiini-tr.:! ion. as.d of his supporters iu Coir .-res to-iunpu-ss iav estigations ; unto the conduct ot his subordinate.-, and shield guilty peculators irom ex-, posure and juoisiiniCQt ; that tor base partizan purposes he and Ins treads . ..'have tranpled on the rights of the lU tJC tion to degrade them to the condition of slave-; that law? have ocen enacted :,.:, K 1 . ', j . , oo , -. r i -. 1. ei i . i .-!. v i . hi ' o , u i t""-... - L .,.i f l,a l.,.,.,.r ...-.I ..,w!- .s. i . ,JC --- i ;- ; ', nai L'uaoiiii eea o om-i.iuuu:.!!, , . s. . .... , , . .j)e wm cj nuke,! riri'U lias oteo that the writ oi h'il""ts j douied and resisted, and the trial by i jury tuken away; and 'i r.t throughout, i he and his friends have displayed a . . purpose to turn this bed. nil Republic 1 1 ' , ,:, , j,,, ,,.: .... :., w.i,;,d. into a centralizcii despotisn,. m wtiicti j tho States are to be treated as counties, and the ito! le as subjects. In view of this alarming state 01 public affairs, we call ou all our fellow citizens who concur with us to meet in their several Counties aud Congres sional Bistriets at an early day, and appoint delegates to the Liberal lic jjujfic'iii Rational Convention which will assemble in Cincinnati On the lirst 1 ...... 'iv. ti,;, ,.,i uay 01 may utxi. jo uin euei, ..o . J , . . , , .t , ;m,e should be k.sf, and it may be no ped that the trieuds of Liberty and Cnion will not iail to respond at once to this call. DaNIKL II. GoODI.GE, II IllH K liotSA N HELPER Ail w'no svinpathize with the Libera Republic ti tiiovemeiit aie requesteil to ! meet at Greensboro'- May 1st, 187:1; tor con is altat icn, when aud where thev will be iii telc-o ra-,li comvuunicutR i . .' With tin) CiociliiOitl ( oDVCntnin. lu the niatitime. inforuiatiou of i.cpublioatis iriendty to the above call -hould be a-Mrctsed to Mr 11. 11. ilel per, Salisbury N. C. The editor of Az.ci's Wttl.ly is ttu office bolder under the President. The news paper ih-cif is one of the strotig- est . sujipoi : crs (.if the AOuniiistration. Alter ius-ali in-t he Germans by its ma licious abuse of ( ' Aii;. Sell l. i:z, it turns back upon the Irish a: follows: "St. l'at rick's Day was celebrated, March IS by the Irish Catholics of New York in the usual manner. The streets were blocked by the proccssiou- . v . . ! l 1 .. . bl . his it!i nivuiai uuuiojuuu uuiutu m1'"' ; ties of whiskey were drunk. Ther wire 323 arrests made by the police - nring the day and ruarjy bloody affrays took place." The Cincinnati Convention. The Washington correspondent- of the. Baltimore -V writes: Tho maoif'jsto issued in Nw York ve-terday by Jlcrace Gretly, Hon. Fred. Conkiing, (brother ot the Seu ator,) Judge lienry 15. Scldeii, former ly of the Court of Appeal, Sigismuud Kauffinun, the last republican c.rndis date for Lieutenant Govetior, and Hon. i Will ilii llnti hins and nlhi'ys finbirs- lhe lib , convcnt;on at oinc ncati. haa created a decided impression in political quartcr.s hero, where it is universally admitted ttbea delegation of gieat character and ability, and one calculated to give important direction and strength to the Cincinnati move ment. THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION. : . The leaders in the Cincinnati liberal republican eouvention declare that ex Governor Curtin, Col McCiure, Geu. Henry L Cake and Hon. James K. Moorehe.'id, of l'ittsbg, will form part of the delegation from i'cusyiva via. Election News. April 2. Jewell, the Republican caudidate for Governor, is elected in Connecticut by about TOO majority. The Deti ocratic candidates forjudges are elected iu Cincinnati a g'tiu he De.noerats have made gains throughout Michigan iu the Charter fiiectious. In Evanss ii'e. liidias..:, t!u:. !' 'j.iib- 1-1 1 T . 1 i V. .1 I . u -t i 111 I. (Ho) Ui::j rlrV, J.i.iiui -I.- ioi :iiLi' .1 tie ieput)iK;tis carrv l o I ili.'l-O'UV i - j if i v w i not i fxeeeJe 2t'U, with a i)'-.-:bi;it " oi a i'.iil- Ure of o lOCt O' 11 ! V t 0 0 Im'i p, a in uk ih m.y 1!: ur.Y Lt.v.T.icT IJi:-i-"KT or mr. N. V. ll..;tAt.i. A K t-r ii''in A. 1'. Heiiili-rson, s'-c co"i - -- l nt tho- A. 1'. ikrttU, wiiinig ir.uu Seuille to'.vn, Marrh 'iJvui, tTJ, sy: Tl.e iin.si iie.i'.'rtu.it i-'V-u s u..ontia1ii-n 1 i-.uv t. e.miar.iuieate i: ill y :;; n iirst. Henry berry l.ery, :i.:rt')!v! eii'et (. i the i )t-; i"iis swr.mp imo, v. is a-ti;;;Uy d .i!. '.I !ii ;.-.U'ir. di.v a;, i i !.! L-.-mra-l. , ; li!'.- .- - ; : t ' ! t'r-V. i-l.O 1 ! r.; j.ite. Pa' iim evMe. iu'.-t il. .!:, w!,oa t-.;l: ...( whh n -!U tiiiv-e- 1 tCvl i-i..i:a ol en :;ur:i!ii e . , I am enahh-d lu tfo-'c .u a i-urcect are- u:t i T ' ri'.nii of 1 1; ;.- hitf. i en Fehuary oi ." lf. in e ;.;.;:;' . . I. , i: : i i ll-:,: ' ry n. ; 'arch ? : I,. t Ov ofl - : !....! ot !. ! s-m- j-eis-i;. w;.;-m i w ei e :.ut;tij: hipi. Ton; i-.-wr. v and Ar.d . ..,,. :tSHV, .sl"., ,.;;,i..zVl : ,-r ,,..::r i; .., ,.t b: i.. I ti4 Vi iv- - el; I 1" - i ! " A!-i,L!t and tiu'e-'-n;oi' o r n::'. s iVi-ia M ti.tioi!, w'Uiin .-iii-rt cri.-lvt, of th-- i leading loin '.'i Li'..': r , MeN . ti t !y-iaa.J- .-.vvr. ': V e ": - .- s a i i . h- i.S r ' " -' V'-'. o; i.: - i: .- -..-,i- . ::;::- . U. e-iOiaule- aOi in teir r - a can wa !u Lao he. i. ii.ee i; - t ' i s Wi..? -'fV, l - rm-Mf a h-.n . i '. !';.: t :.( ; ; a ie ilU' 1 mvo lis ! i t'i' -in 'o'i rvs ! r. Wail. a- on i.ss t I ! an an el tj ui enemy. cainiiU-1 a'--r . .ae'.e, : i!-.- -p.a. ; lien- V o- : i'V i. ! V ;.:v e-a !." i aek.. 'o.ii .1 ..;; i': ;M ,' i. .1. j:.,.; . - .; " , i. iS i. m ; T- :.. ;o. ;.' i ' vv.i--i.i: ; a .m" i f h;s itr.'.: ..;. -A.v-rr. ! 11 "he- l.vk'-n rare.r. d an.l 1 1 1 o m - - .. : u:ptr k'.'OWi:il 'e-' li bi-on trj i! f ' ' ilraw a toa.s i:..m in.- gae. i;--.-.s Urewtl.c i ', i,.iOv into a thieket, aa t n-.tlt! ' i le-- con;- ; . w ao s! r 1 1 .jot ay iaiiivi 1. on ! e ' e 111. 'IT n proh Jrl'ity, the eye T.O.is " :.s deal': ri- I. - a ti.i- r. m-ivkahU- n: a , an-', ja'iiiiik' vl'.'.-olui :.ai of ti.i.-, n.'-.si . f. .uiid.il-!.-- 1-- iv of.-e-j-erad --e-. Tl.e Uij-e j si'a; ol HOOev hi' v. aslant ! he iu jaisses- . sio 1 01 is a'.- h-s; i. lio' c-irj-ry. '--v v." , niOtn'K'r o'tiie liati.i, ti t hoi i . i.nr !iis wile, in w the w i ci ea bouts ot h . ' le-a-si;lV c, i-l. La-.- ieai..M::-i: i-;tiitt - . huve- made diii-ient scare!-, but as jet lone . ! -ol tl.-ar la!-.:" U,v toe.- ; air,-. Ile-,ry; bt-rrv was saal t- havt- nio a oe.ii n j .'.:'. ' " ?' . 1 ... ii. ? i. ......... r,.,i. .-. ..,..... ..,.. thirty thousand dollars wore taken. It j - . , i i . ,t .- ; ,. ! ai-l- ars t-- ouve bet-n l:,s au.t o. aoi ; '- ' ' ' j tki: i.t .n s miauk v at i. m...-:. .( ; tak til ': 's s'-!-e-'s lhe c,ther l"Jtyiy- ; . . i - : 1 ,.,'.' : ; . . .,'..,1,0. v 1 ..-i-i;i I c..tii!mii.l itto the atteutionof our tea j In it, interesting and instructive content- lhtf 0)U, t-ciU)W.s c;,.at. an amas- i s -in advei.ture; lUu.-irauons of Mareh, j i 1 1 , .1 1 : . o t' 1 . , i .1 Kn i i- r'.i v. P i s'. . II - i II nV i : f e :' . i - , ,r - , 'i the Heathen Chmee, and fennys. n . n. w ; j ;.,. An odd I-Vib-w at tlu- Ii: 1 1 . I). . iliw .our, vio-u u. 10 i,"o, .,, .,,.,1 ,,,,.,,. i.-,.,..,.- Id;,,,, (0 I ! Day; Odd lVl!oiv tkM.i; A:ir.eu lu: ud IK-- , u.uvi ;:-,.. th- bl-..,d. When the liver pa.'ln.elit; Heading si 1 cially l-a ! l.e : i,e--io:i- - t-rp.il or Coieicsted, it fails to IMnghters of Kebekul. a'ld the Fraternity, ; e'daiinat- tins vast amount of noxious sub Departments t-r the- launly eircle; extei.- : Mil,1;;,. hich tlo-iciore remains to poison o.-ve cori espoHueia e, etc. i...c'u sahseno- : ,iit. i,;0..d and he coitvevoil to every part er lor ls72 receive-sa 1-oant.iiil P'oumim ; ,.0 the v-tcm. What must be the condition 1 ictiir-'.ciiliilea "Ice isrtm; ib-etio-en.-' ! oi'i' e lu-od when it is ieceivin? and re-s-J.50 a year. Address A.O.F. Ass-cia- taiain each dav two and a half pounds of tion, No. 96 Nas-au street, Xew 5 01k. , Mature- tries to work oil" this pois- m on iluouh other ehu'.neis and organs PLUMPER. LEWIS & CO.. will h.r U-y 'ungs, skin, etc.; but these uisli all sizes and styles of Jihads, SasbeS, DoolS, &e., of tile' be;,t (jUilllty on the shortest uotice aud lowest prices. Just received ut Jkdi's a lot of Hoe , , i,.,j . 1 i . a 1 era S, Jjioihurs ce.ebrated silver i.las 1 . 1 ! teci ware 1 Cell a stock of .ods as O. C. Farrar is now opening' It almost makeg one mad be- I t-aa.-e- be hasu't got enough money to buy eve ' rytbing cxet-l'cnt that is now to be scon tber SPECIAL. NOTICES. Kisr.KV's l'lttMiTiiRF.S is an established, ..- 1 ..a., i..:.. c.,1 M ..' ' ,' ' ,,.; v , i iron; and eiu;uly eihciei.t ic- a Noious j .In. dote in ail cases of .Wrvous Ihv- i eiletm-ut. fstomaeh and Sleeplessness in male or female. Sold every where tor .-ft. 00 a bottle. Moriran & iiisiey, Drug gists, New Ymk, General Agents. "It Ads Like a lliarm." Ih is is what we hear on ail sides of DH rUTT'iS KXPE'.'TOKA.NT In ea Ci oop, Bi-oiurliiiis, Asthma and all rainio nary Diseases it atlords insiant relief. It permeates the very snbstatice of the Luus and causes them to throw off ail acnd matter. It is very pleasant lo the taste. Children take it re:id':lo. Ni-w York, August 21, 18G9 Br Win II. Tnit; Sir Wnen in Aiken, last winter, I used your Expectorant for my counh. and found more benefit fiom it than any lever used, I took half a dozen bottles home with me, an', have had to give Bonn of it to my friends. Please stud me one dozen by Ex press, th O. D. ALFR1 D CUSII1NG, 1:3 West nist St. Dr. Tott's Hair Dye Colors a beautiful blac SPECIAL NOTICES. Cakhi'MC Salve, rpcoinnrer.dcd by the leading l'liysieiun.i and the President of the Kc Ym'k Board of Heait! , as the nio.st wuu1erful Healing compound ever ' l;novri. (iivc-s instant relief to burns, curfS all kiad.s if vows, cuts and wounds mid a most invaluable salve for all pur poses. Sold everywhere at 2 cents. John F. Henry, sole Proprietor, College Place, New Voik. Svat-nia Is Opium purified of its sicken nig and poisonous properties, -discovered bv Dr. Bigelow, Professor of Botany,' De troit Medical College. A most perfect anodyne and soothing opiate. John Frr, Chemist, New York. . . Chhistauoko's Hair Dye Is th safest and beht, it corrects the bad effects of in terior dyes, while tlie black or brown tmt it produeys are i(h)ntical to nature, Fac tory 68 Maiden Lane, New York. ' ' I'ratt's A stratx On. Safest and lest illuminating Oil ever made. Does not take tire or explode,' if the lamp is upset or broken. Over 150,000 families contin ue to use it, and no accidents of any dest eriptiou tiavii occurred from it. Oil House of Charles Pratt, established 1TJ0, New York. The PviiK.sT mii Sweetest Cod Liver Oil in tlie world is Hazard & Caswell's, made on the sca-"hore, trro fresh selec ted livors, by Caswell. Hazard & Co., New York. It i.- absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to aii oilier. Physicians have decided it superior to any of the other oils i;i the market. Jouvix's Inodorous Kid Glove Cleaner restores soileti glovva eqna to new. For -.tie by Druggists and Fancy Goods Deal-er-f. l'lice 2o cents per bottle. F. C. .Veil., Co. New York. ?.ns. YV inflow's Soothing Stkcp. U i'. lifves lhe litilo sufferer from pain, e . i os Wind, Co'.i.-, liegulales th Stirtimch . t i l'o'.vei.-, Corrects Acidity, acd during !! e pi eess o'' lei -tiling it is invaluable. iVnectly saf: in all caeS, as Hiillious nioth er ear. t.c.-t ii'y, A Yi I 'liii t t, Athi araxce and a beauti i'u!, Cieur C Mii-!exi"ii is the desire of fv i v lioily. This effect is produced by a.-'! -i: Ct. W. Lai.-di, "liloora of Youth," a ! i;.r;!:h-s I e-unt . iier i.i t lie skin. :!1 re- Du-rti.loration. Tan, Freckles and Suii-i.uri.s. Tiie n-e of this delightful K i u t j-rej-a: :t! ion eannot be detected. For s ,hi l.v ail 1 )i op ii.-ts and Fancy Goods Deak-ra Depot, 5 G, id St., Nw Yrk. Pcknli i s Fimv.-uwg Extracts' The t!i.M'iii v ( ;'tin -e exiracis consist in their I-,-- t i-..i-:t v "iii pr.-at strength. Thev .nr.i.iiod iif !. in poiaonoia o'is and . .! - loo t. ctt & Co., Bu-ton, I ir Hi ll I U I - 1 U'l-JI l"jIH-VV-J. AVI .lt , . ,, ,, , .- ;i i ir. i-i 5 'luu ui iiiti Na-h-uk Cmsrs Ti-;hTn, but she does ; re a:.d i.-niilv I hem. that lnnt (,,, ,j .,. trair-aiit SozoJont. The ileiital ' . and it-enamel easing at e made ;!:i..T,i! !o t- all destructive indaonces i y u.i.i.. u.-o oi this beucticeiit prepa- 11 AT V.-.UV 1 i ' ii - F. M A N TT4XT8. A a c-i--p i enable l.iuinien.. Jsuch ...i'.eio i I). . Tii'.ea' llui'su Liniment, -i iiutth- at one dollar. For Lameness, (!a!l, Colie, Sprains. &c, warranted ui than ui.y other. Sold by the Drng liepot lo Pai k place, New York. I - mam v is an iti;iie thirst for intex ' - i ip'.oiM. Habitual dram-drinking ;. n'vi's it. ii e.ieh AieoSolle Bitter j i leeomt lemli that a dram of his ruin j a.! ri-t-biie.- he taken thrice a day, to; . , vout -;- Uiie.-: For uU'bodily silnieuts, j a i .i ;-.: !:etioii a;;:ist the causes of! .o..,.. ,; , uV sulhcient antid-.te. a. .'.;.' : u" i ' in t o ah lii ni-.Ks, the pure -':: " .,! raie a edieuull herbs uupoAlut l i u'uoed p!iSou. ri"C TrilO (irtjUlldS Of ConlideilCC. V. 1... i.ee. i ri; . s ii.ai iiiiii ;e!iatice, that ; ... -, .:.., ui ii' .ii'ia-- ta.tlt in the t tlieaey i ;t-.--l. ' U'!'' M.-a.ai-li Hitlers as a remedy j i. ''. e- l.tiitoi 0 Mirdi'rs. infer- I o'ei t ant letiiitL 1.: tfvers, which no- y . . . .a Aa parts ot tne l niteu Ttos oiih'i. nee Las been growing av vt .:; , ati.I it is at ill extending, p i- i of croriiihy; it I. as not geaae-rcd by any hauian device. 1 i; ut ,s iiie siioiitantroiis and uatur&i consc- q.i.-t,-e of experience. What peopw see '.ol; - ifx a unier iiie-T own eyes thfy . a '- -.'.i.-'i.-i;. W hen families in uu : i.t.it'!.y oistriets that resort to this whole- Mime e-ei.ibio loaic, as a preventive, and i esi .i-.ie ? era dicai level s, and Ulttir imnie- ' ... ee m-i-i lijors, who tieg'e-ct this precaii i ., tv prostt. ted by tliedi-ease, how is t p-e-.-'-ble liiat t if piieiioinenon should be 1 w. ii ir: it: ho-.soo? In like manner when I ii :s seen that obstinate cases of dyspepsia -1 w--ei ia oi; la in, o: constipation, ot ner iis weaki.e.s.s, an 1 of c.ueral debility. v ;-j,. ; ii I he enerati, ill of lhe famous reme :!-; '" '' ' u -'--''eO.nity itself with- nol.l its eioKe seiiiei.tr' Lvc witnesses lbc Kill.f.,. y , lr.cts f uiUCrs are to be lot. ad .a e-vei v eivi'u.e.d .settlement or. e-o uncut. The thousands upon heir restoration to fr m. H-kn, ss. t.fits extraordinary modU nl p.oS ertie, are enthus astic in its praise, lhe multitudes who recommend 1 Hi a heijjabo-lv way to tie r friends and .a.-.iances, as ei. as w,o;e wno ma. u'a -'! ''' They have all edl e acinai:,iainres, as well as tiio-e who make the er K'u 01" witnessed its beaeliceut operatio T - ns. in Ikntth t Oi0tlU 10 Ueatll. 'I A heah.hv 1 ver secretes each day about - 1 tv- and a half pounds ot bile, which con la as -i iiri-it a.noaiit of wasln tna.teiiftl o e.ans ueeoine mi 1 ui.vai . i'ei iu. iij.i.g tt.is la nor, in addition to meir natural fiiaeiun.s.aud cannot long withstand the pie-sone, but becon ' variously diseased. The hiain, which is the great electrical centre ofail vitality, is unduly stimulated by the unlieaUiiy blood which passes to it In. iu the heart, and it fails to perform its otliee hcahhuilly. Hence the symptoms o! file .oisonin, which are duliness, bead ae.ie, incapacity t- keep the mind on any -siiij ct nupairmcnt 01 memory, Uizzy, sleepy, or nervous feelings, gloomy fore bodings and in -"nubility of temper. The hlioii i7-e('beiiiji diseased as it forms the sweat upon tho snrhice of the skin, it is so ii 1 iiai iiiiT and poisonous that it produces diseoo'ieu brown spots, pimples, blotches .-.ml other ernptioiis, sorvs, boils, carbun cles and scrot'il-us tumors. Tlie stomach, IniHi !.- and other organs spoken of, cannot c ape. i ecomicg aiieeu d sooner or later, ami co.-'.iveness, piles, dropsy, dyspepsia, diarrhtea, ieinaie weakness and many otti er forms of chronic disease, are among the necessary results. As a remedy for all these various manitestations of disease Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is positively uneoualed. By it the liver and st..maeh are changed to an active heal I thy siuie, tho appetite regulated und re- f j stored, the- blood end .secretions thoroughly puniieil ami enriched, and the whole sys tem renovated and built up anew. Sold by all ilrst-ciass druggists. lu every Quarter of the Globe where it is known, and there are tew indeed where it is not, the Mexican Mustang Liniment takes precedence of all similar prepara tions. Its trar.sccndant merits have obtain ed for it a popularity seldom reached by any propriety medicine. In its infancy the fiat of its success was pronounced in the wide-spread endorsement wh'.ch it re ceived fi"m physicians, veterinary sur feons, horsemen and the public generally. No one now thinks of Questioning its claim to bu considered the Standard Liniment of America NEW ADVKllTISEXEXTS- ome Made We' make aii our Clothing at our Kstsbliebnwnt in Richmond and warrant theui much better than ay Ready Made Clothing brought from the North, and fully 20 per cent, cheaper. - Youths & Ohildrens Clothing m " v .... , U : All. of our own make. and the largest variety to select from in Town. We can fit any youth, be he big or little, short or chunky, good or bad, wise or otherwise.": o .: '" '.' Childrens Clothing, We have determined to provide for tho little ones, and with vhis noble object in view have laid in a btock of Childrens Clothes that will please the most fastidious, they are made in Bloo-aier lants or long, as the purchaser may pre fer, all qualities and all colors. Stylish Hats for Gentlemen. We have the latest Broadway Silk Hat. The Brordway, Reform, Humpty Dumpty, Stiff Briiu and High Crown. Farmers aud Broad Brim Planters Uts,.all colors aud prices. Gent's Furnishing Goods. The best assortment f Ties, Bows and Scarfs, bine Linen Bosom 8bv.-it. Genuine and Inssitatien Cheviot Shirts. Latest styles Linen and Paper Collars. Irish Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs. Suspeudeis and Socks. Shoes and Boots. For Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Children; from the finest to the commonest. nnts an We have staked our repuMtion for -rood Go ids, and from the quantity we t e 1 We appreciated omestics. We have all the Standard Brands rf Cotton : N. Y. Mills, Wamsutra, Fniir r.f. ihc Loom, Mason ville, Manvhle in 4 fjnirters. and aii the best brands in I and I, Bleached and Uubleaebed. Call and convince yourself that ours is the place for good, nice aud cheap goods. April 4-6m. fEW ARRIVAL OF Spring Goods AT ROBERT C. BROWNS Tarboro, 3T. C. Embracing ail the latest styles and quali- iic-J from C cents, and upward per yard. I I have selected a very choice Tne of DRESS GOODS ! which surpasses anything heretofore kept, comprising Black and Color ed Japanese SILKS, POPLINS, ALPACAS, G RENE BINES, DELAINES, Ac. loy Ysmlcns. My WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT eoutaius a full line of Checked and g-wiss MUSLINS, JACONETS, PLAIN & FIGURED NAINSOOKS, together with a complete liue of Bleached aud Browa Domestic Checks, Stripes, Drills, &c. I have a full line of FANCY NOTIONS, LACES, & EDGINGS, of all descriptions. A large lot of CASSIMERES, COTTON- ADES, KENTUCKY JEANS, &c. I call particular attention to my SHOE DEPARTMENT, containing Ladies', Gents', Boys', Misses' and Children's Sewed and Pegged Shoes; in Morocco, Kid, Grain, Kip and Calf. Be sure to give me a call and you will find everything usually kept in a first-class Dry Goods Establishment. April 4-3m ROBT. C. BROWN. A FIXE CHAXCE, BEING DESIROUS OF CHANGING my busiaess, I offer my eutire Stock of Liquor and Bar Fixtures for Sile, very Low, R. A. SIZER, Tarboro. April 4-2t. 100,000 POVXDS OF SCRAP IRON WANTED AT THE EOeitOMiSMCEliniES April 4-lm. TARBORO. tAkboro, n. c. Clothing-. ress lioous. taste io the selection of our Dress arc sure that our ta te is universally H. WH! 1 LOCK & 00. NOW IS THE TIME! H. D. TEEL Has ju.it opened his laige stuek of New prmg woo eiiii.iaii-i:ir cverytliin fn.-ta a NKKDLL t a CUOWiiAli. Thi-, of course, includt-s ! Ladies' Dress Goods, GENT'S URMISH1NS GOODS a h9 Boots and Shoes, A Iare Selection of School Books, In fact, everything you -want. Call im- mediately and examiiie for voiirse-lves. Apriik.tf. MOlllIM JIM S. MONOEXTS, HEI)-ST0XES, &. Of Marble, Granite. Brown-Stone and Scotch Granite. Also, Marble Mantles, Furniture, And I'liiinhei s' hl'ihs Fnrnis cd to order. E. li. PRICE, No. 3 Mechanic St. Nonvalk, Conn. ORREN WILLIAMS, Agent, April 4-ly. Tarboro, N. C. The Mercantile Bank. (Organized under the Laws of Virginia, ) NORFOLK. YVM. J. BAKER, President GILBERT ELLIOT T, Cashier. Directors. Wm. J. Baker, Hon. Johx Goode, Jr., Hox. W." II. BcuLtoeoHs, YV. 1. Avdlott. Cuai:x.ls G. Elliott. Cash Capital, - - $50,000 00 SUBJECT TO INCREASE TO 200,000 00 Every possible facility extended to Deposi tors and Correspondents. L lieeks ana JJratts on Uanks. etc.. in other Cities, and Slight Iirafts on Merchants in Nor folk, may be included in depositing. Collections made at all points and accounted for promptly. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, Banks and Bankers in the interior are solicited, and wall receive special attention. Correspondents will receive" immediate advice of collections and other payments to their credit. Hemittanees will receive prompt acknow ledgement and when made in Northern funds will be credited as such and depositors n.av cheek upon same in like funds if they shall so desire. A'otes and Acceptances made payable at our Bank, will always be paid by us. when m funds from the makers, and ebargod to account and returned with other vouchers and statement of accounts monthly. We whl also prauptly, and without profit to us, execute orders irom our Correspondents and Customers for purchase or sale of Bonds, Stock, Ciold or Foreign .exchange, and will furnish! our friends with pcciarinformatiou when desired. We will also attend to the investment of mon ey upon Real Est te Security, aud m this con nection would call the attention of investors to the advantages attending such investments in the City of Norfolk. Under the Laws of Virginia any i ate of inter est not -.seceding twelve per cent, per annum, may be agreed upon by contracting parties, and large amounts f money can be put at intercut in this Cit.- npon unexceptionable security at ten per cent., interest in most cases being made payable semi-annually'. !The atention of 'fiduciaries and others is call to the fact that we allow interest at the rate of six percent, per annum upon deposits, when special arrangements are made therefor. Interest credited on the first ot January and July in 3ach year, thus compounding semiannually. I IIUll H II A IT il 11 I ) in la Are opening a full j Adapted to the Season. Jap Silks, Jap Robes, Grena dine, Organdine, Leno,. Grass Cloth, Seersuckers, Peijcallcs, Delaines and Lawns in DOLLY VARDENS. :'.:..' Also a full Line of White G Are opening a well-selected Stock of Ready Jade Are opening a Splendid Assortment of Childrens, Misses and Ladies Uppers and Buskins. a iaiSjf tia'itsl tis'i W OtTer their entire Stuck at astonisiiingly Low Figures. IJlEIhBROXER&BROTHEl! Are showing their Goods with pleasure to parties that may wish to examine their Stock. Call and convince vonrsdf that cur assortment is com plete, and that we are selling goods at a very small per cent. 1 1 1 I i I ir ftp 8 fi I 3 I . I I 1 L.J1J jlLDllUiIiIlDlW Qq Tiie follovving brands of Bleached Domestics always on hand: Hill, Lansdaie, Fruit of the Loom, Wamsuttn. and Xew Y. irk Miils. WONDERFUL IT ill "!S rW 2. AT THE FAMOUS STOIIES OF j Ve have just rettirnd from the Northern j I . . - x . v . 1 . . jiiryoous, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods. Our Stock cs" Ready Ma-VCc thing for Men, Youth's and Boy's wear is larrr and complete, ar.d selected siili si eat care. All the latert styles in Buiress ami Dress Sui s which are mob.- up in t'-e most artistic style, and which - offer a:. the lowest figures. Boots jutd Sh-es of all kinds, and to suit all aires, which ean- ! riot be surpassed in style and q-ia!iiy in nislu.no- Goods, tne largest to be found 111 tins place. 0 11 r select 10:1s of CLUTllS ' AND CASSIMERES FOR CUSTOM TRADE is extensive, and we offer special id.neemcnts and guarantee a perfect fit. Garment mad: up in the latest stales, t'a.i immediately and examine our New Goods. II. MOKBIS & BKO., Opposite R B Alsop, and at the corner of Main and Titt Streets. If8! rvi Bra Br4i;."J?g $"1 AFTi:itTI.K?Ii:.VTS. am Line of Jjadie's oods. oods. G TMZWG. aoei s X iHaSda1 iar ubw 1872. ATTRACTIONS THE raae Markets with all the Latest Novelties in any city. Also, a full litre of Gent's Fur- TO THE LADIES OF EDGECOMBE AXD SIRROUXDIXG COUNTRY A zH. i"i:r.is::viiKiJiKK Ia l has just returned from New York with one of the most handsome Stocks t MILLINERY A NO Ever seen before in Tarboro, consisting of all THE LATEST STYLES IN HATS AND BONNETS. Also a Fine Selection of Dress Goods such a JAP POPLINS, GRENADINES, LAWNS, PERCALLSS And a great variety of articles to numerous t mention. I invite all the Ladies to come am see for themselves, as I take pleasure m sin -ing Goods. I assure ail my patrons that um -shall leave dissatisfied. i Villi B 1 111 ''1!