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The Tiirboro' Southerner.
"Tirrsday, April IS, 131 TAKPOKO, NOUTII CAIK'Lkfc'A. WILLIAM ClOUS, Delccates to tle Demooratic Ccnvention The Secretary ot this Central Exec nt'.ve Committee of the Democratic par J announces that, so far as heard W oi), all our R n'.UMd -Joaipauies pro pose to issue return tickets for one ftrt to parties attending the Greensboro C'javei.tioa Ddcjtil&i nuif procurt reltim talc lis on tt'jttinj. - The Bight Course One of tha rcbolufoiiS adopted by tho Democratic County Convention last week was as follows: "That the Delegates appointed b this Convention to Greensboro are let t Ired aod uiiieitetcd to decide lor wiiotu they wi.l ca-t their votes I'm fitaio offiv-urs. Tim ieat object of our people being a return to good jiovt.ru incut aud tiie nomination of tbe most available candidates, without reference to geographical lines" This is ad it should be, and thus the dek'Sfatu.u from Ed-ecoube will be left ireeajd uutrauieled in regard to tie manner iu which they will cast iheir votes. So far as wo hava observed, this has been the course adopted by a majority of the Democrat io primary meL'tiojis th-.it have bteu held, aud wt caam t but rejrard it as a harbinger oi success and a cheering indication of a mutual feeUnjj of concession and gen erous co optratiuu oh the part of tbe Deb-gates to our Suite Convention. Ii wiii, no douli. be the earnest endeav or of that body to place iu uon.ioaiioii for the various -State offices the most available, competent and popular men of the party, regardless of o d party prtjudices or geographical lir.es. Acs tuatcd by such a purpose and working only for tho success of Democrat. c Conservative principles we ueed feai ru j-'.hu.-y or unworthy biekeriugs upon the merits of any pmicultr man. bo he Whi or Dj-iiocrat, or the un- of the claims of toy par ticiilj r section, t : ' 1: l or Wtst 1 Ii is our only purpose to defVut the liid-ou nn-nsttr kcowu as radical-sm. , I 3 1 d 1 1 us i cure li crt aud ceom-mical admiui.-trutii a 1 1 tne jie G-vers:ment, Ld a! i erso cal tie'erences trust be waned to ad- vance ibnt end. He who r'o far forgets liis duty to the public 'is to attempt ui Greensboro to create any division iu our councils must be mc.de to feel t!:e force of at. ioiiuuii.t repioh ition, that will cause biia lorever to hide Lis beat? io biiame aud oblivion Played Out. We are heartily tired of hearing tb eternal talk about W'ni and Beinoci it. Jut before every election, it is the favorite hobby of the radicals, and some professed members of our own party have so little sense or judgmtnt as to joia iu the ridiculous hue and cry. It is tbe tuaiu stock iu trade of our opponents. Ucving no tangiblo or true causa of attack upon the Detuoctatic-CoEferva-tive party, they invariably tall bick up on this old threadbare subject and for uoutLs before cue!) day of elect iou their papers abound iu appeals, to the Whigs to come out from a party- which coctJos f heir ancient rival-', and which have reduced them to the condition of hewers cf wood ana drawirs of water. Thank Heaven, all such noosecrf has "'played out," acd, with rare excep tions, no intelligent member of the oUi whig party can be h.und ereJulous encurh t be gulled by any buch bare faced false hoods. All iu'iel'igent whigs know the contrary to be exactly the case and the history of politics in the State since tbe war will abundantly show thut they have bteu placed upon the same equality with their Democra ic allies, and also that in the manage ment of th" party uffaira they have even been allowed a much greater pre ponderance tbau the Democrats. Ti e llads are attempting tho same game in this election, and, as usual. Lave succeeded iu Ptdu'ir;': cme few poor devils, who, lukewarm at best, were never ofany value to the Couser vative party. Let such gc better an open eueniy tl ao a fills' friend. t r The Honor of Legislators. The tin e was. when geuthmen were tbe representatives cf a free aud con tented people, that the Halls of the United States Ongress were untaint ed by crime, and the members held tbcii 1 oik r as a ove ru-picion and re proach. Tie iuiutest lreath, eliaig ging ci irupt ou, woubi have urruseo the indignation of every member, a tl the ch eest iuvootigation wi uld have been held at oece. 8o pure nd eh Tated were cur lepiesen aiive u eii iu the purer days i f the llt.pubiie, thm the charge of bribery or eon upturn vaguely given out wou.d not have alarmed acy member, as each fed. for bioiself, Thfrfi is do terror in your threats; a: or I tu. situ'is so Fti-a'i.f in lionestv, u n , fifc. b, una, um uli wiitL Hut in w, how is it? Does that ex tjuisite sensibility that brooks not the .politest taint ii suspicion that liih toned luiUv'T that is as "Lice as er mine." and -will not bear a soil," still exist? Of h:ive uicu grown indiffcr ei-t to the claim rs of accusers and ut lor!.. .H.ii.i I. ill.. en 11 i lit l-oUst'lCOCe r f . iu c M ct of uuUanchetl, unmitigated scouu- irels that it were "hop less iu huuiuii iiy to dream of honesty iu such infect ed blood?" Some id its numbers are from time to timeopeuly charged wit corruption, aud yet nothing is tii-no to pure the body or vindicate its name. Two Senators fm:u Kansas are charged by the Legislature of their State with having been elected through the grossest corruption. Horace Greeley, who seems to be, in spite of his vaa- ries, a man of integrity and honor, has ailed upon the Senate again and again to take action in the matter, but noth ing has been done no investigation has 1 een u ne'e 1 hi is, in dot d. shaire hta iLfidelity to a good name. It is a reproach to the nation and a d sgr;tce to civilization. Mow quickly the umjo rity would raise a Committee of investi gation, V the two Sen ators, thus charg ed, were Democrat; what a howl of pious imligniition would vo up front the brazen throats of unprincipled party hacks, if these suspected Senat were Southern Conservatives ! As long es the repubJVan umjority refuse to n vctiate the charres, they M ould be hel i responsible by the nation not on. ly for neclect of a sericus rh.ty, hut for a participation in tie c u i 1 1 . Judex diiTuvufiir cvm ncrrv ilso't'itir the jud;e is found guilty when a erimi'-al ; is pcquitted. or escapes puuishment. Secial'v is this the case, when f. r base prty ends tho puilty party goes "unwhippe 1 nf justice." The Congressional Changes. Amidst the corrupt i n at d Senior- j J,,y iae.r. 'J be circumstances uttenJ-l'"z-if'nn of the times t' ere nte srn,. J ;,r , js revolt is thus given in tt:t i? dic itions of ref. mi. S n o sort o '. Daily St us. Civil Srrvice bill nnv t-e passed a re- . . . f.-rm crcar'v reeded, aud a kind or Aiiicsty hiU. t is thoiifht. m-ty ytt . 1-1. I nrnrti nc V rvna.i I V Oil r fMII'fMliKIl- - j eC and niarnamn oua I -w iraKer!..; Mr. Fherm::n, o? Ohio, brother of , -r -in ei,. that mssrt.ificent vandil. C.en. min. of town and vTae btirn'ni notn r erv. is einnrrn 1 1 tne i-'r.:i.-.-voui ; jj, t!ie , f.,,.(j,lt,II!(,!lti w(llCi, ; on h-.ttV. MorCn H Kisley, Drug ;i ittr-e . ( the F?ra'. A few diy ts.'o ! e proce-ih J to iM, but I eh l e ' c N' T-rk. fi-r! Agents. ho n"de an el t'-orre peefh in that I - I i i r t. J VfA 'r ' , in winen op loitMi ti ', , , , 1 lehepol cy of ti e " ':'lr t ..-. .. -1.1 non'a" l,e ,s ''r,n "r"-n r,ovlPr " i I m w i . nion' et atrrs. ue ar-ju- a i e po y j I r . .1 .! 1.TOJ t 7,1 im Ol.rt J 'V P .i7ouisf ihe rnnOmr,r ot ary inter nal revenue taxes which din bo sr,irfi! frrrn ihe schi du'e. H1 showid tl 3 the taxes already v i-ded 5233 (H O 000. and that we t w l ave a smplu ot S50 t00 t'Oi) to be a'p'ird to such suijects tf t?.s:it:oa as rr.ost need rrl'ef. He m:ide some rri'.'est'o' a5-vr-cu'ed scire ehnnges th.-.t w u!d b. ;j'u.ary aiid we leonie. lie propovpr5, among tbe Ijecfs to reup tbe hei efi s ol Coiioressit ua! iirnelior-iti.'n. f bat the ahi niinabie frankins privilege ot Coa gressmen sl'ould be' abolished; that a cloe -crutiny of the pension list should be hnd; that the public printing should be reduced; ih-t the expenditures for public .uildings should be limited, and t at there should bo a summary cut titig off of ail expenditures, including that curse to the land, the Freedn:eo' Bureau, which grew out of the wai, but very unfortunately, fay we, tor tbe country have survive ' it He also favored custom duties n: uli goods which are purely articles of luxury, or which euter into ct mpeti lion with American wanufactur. s; ai d he consents to tho freedom ot all raa productions ol natuie. lie thinks tha' foreign fabrics which enter into com petition with dones-tic tubiies shomii be taxed, while tnatciijls which ate ab sorbed iu dcmcbtic man .fucturcashou d be free, lie is a protectionist of 1'e.t.u sylvauia iron mongers and New Eng land calico makers. Some of tha chan ges abov e indicated are excellent ami ouht to be made at once. A Specimen Brick- The.- have lather a lunny way ot correcting ev.ls at tbe Noith. Ut me reminded of the LittleSeld crew wlicu we read ol t! e peculations and corruptions of the "ring" in Got ham For instauec: it will be remeuib-rt d that Jay Gould-"Ficsident of Ene.' was lately over thrown, and it w.is beraldid that the viiliatdesot t'ieielio wire now ended, that the Miake was hi led, and much of the same sort. I how turns out tht his eoc lhd "over thiow" wa.- aher idi a rather profit a ble thing for him thau otherwise. A contest h r the coutro! of the road im mediately tpruog up on Iim dt 1 IrcntmcLt bitttcen two parties; tie result ttas that the stork went upas rapid!; as North Carolina bonds did in New Yt rk after Ho'd n & Co. had rtdueed them by flooding the mar ket with millions ot dollars worth and ibeu suddenly wuhdrawiig them. Gould, like ilolden and his conupr se who were in Netv Voik feasting at St. N cholas at th expense of the State h Id large ftiiaiitities of the Ki ie stok uud, o! courec, the detbroued rsii-nd m narch was to be benefitted by tie O iKrtyti'l the consequent rie. It is uo reptitwi tktt hia gains bj this 'httlo operation" ainouut to between 83,000 000 aud $4 000.000 a larger ,Uiu than he euid have probably sto len iu a year, unle.-i be employed Lit tlefiehl, Swtpson, Andrew Jackson Jones, Bill lloldeii.uuii tome other o our home thieves to he p him. The Radical fctate Conven tion. T'lis delectable b-;dy, composed of iladieul oISjo holdeis, ur.atrupulou.-. Carpet Baggers, aspiring ScalU'vags . liinoiaut negroes and a moss of ir rupt-.on generally, met iu Haieigb yesterday. Ero this they havt, no doubt, made ui.uiHiatious lor tho various Sta'e ffi ces. Judgiug item outward iiidica tmua there is 1 1 1 It doum, but that tald well has received the mininatiou fi r Govorntr; JJiden, of Wayne, loi Leut. Goveruer, and lluiymve, ol Giauvil e, f t r Attuiuey General. Uackod with au uuiimitel amount o! public money and relying upon tbe cretlul.iy and ignorance ofth j.mor uCiit - the white cuudidates of this hybrid Couvention hojKi lo loist them selves upon the good people of th" State lor another term of cfiies. White men of North Carolina slmli they nucceed? F. S. Friviite dispatehes indioaie tliat IJ.liy Smith will beat Caldeil and all the rer-t for Governor. Another Revolt in the Peni tentiaryMore Blood Spilled. '1 lie etluCt oi tt'o u.iwimo cua-tid oi Gov- Caldwell iu reiatiou to tht- State Fe liteuiiary is bearing fruit every diy. He itidiree'ly advis.'d t'.e convicts to rebel a'Tiint tho L'isUtive Foai d of Directois and :hj cotist-qaence i that they have made to attempt to f Jlw his advice. Tiie firt occurr'd sfu.e weeks Kiucf ; ud resulted in tin de:.lh ol t oe id' the conviets. Another attempt a m iJe oa Fri Yc:ei.lav ("Trid i v) w.i- she n l-si! 1 L'ii: i . " . ' . . .. .. 1 sea:il-ng awl wa-h diy. C.pt.i . lial. the I-'et n' ti., . .t ;,. ii ....it.. n. jlOiiini'iiikl" lue 1 ' I 1ft 11' Wa- i ... approucne-i bv a colored roi.viet. Aii- j jn yo, ft-ntMieel to ten t:ir Ip u: j Franklin count v, for tmrtiarv, w h . !. ,,i..'hi (l ii.ii.rubi it. ml 'iii.iili Sher-,"'". n. eu n ni.ae jid m-'i t-, j ing language tt v unis t f e C-'ptnin 1 In- t apiain at once out. red ir.e over-ei t ! to ibe c.-il. the conv iei seized the over ( tT , w Ir- '& pT H'k ci I'iillt FTi-ni It hand and w ; cettit g vVheu (.'aj tain ll.tl! r , the te-t oJ it in up. rut th.- ' convict gather. d a rt rk. at.d -V.d -..1 i.i' H a I. 1 ou put b.' t tie er.owt-r rti. rs'erduy, and M'W i 'u p'ln, I' a :; ',. l . e .,rin i.. . " " , . . ot oi toe pi4iri eaiign ;; rye "U j J wth his pieitinj g:ite.-euied to thfft ! b'i piwi,,-e. 'iu ,'Uird. oUrvmr Ivc'n t, m.r tirr.i.tit'je. tny i in: . , , . ,..., i :reii.Ti. fen families in un- the d ffieii.ry. cs:,,e : a t!-b..-,..ek ; !..V,(,1.;-;,Vi,'.; th..t resort to this whole at cbuioe bayt i.ei-. wl en th- i-mniri i ,e ,.,., ,!,. I(, ,;, s preventive, and turned upit, tf.ftn thr-win lea t.- . j cs ape p-i d'eai tt-te-s, and tns!r ''' ilh ort-tt foiee. at ir, of the gn-id j-l-a eiel; l--r-. i, giet t this preeau who ra iu up h.,g,l:i tMtd . 6 the re o,truted bv ;hedUea-e h"W is i-i , , . . t t'oib e 'iitr t''- iti-uo'iietio'l should De Diow, which U. doub.e J, wtu d li.ve I nt ,(.lI ? ,n ,kv mttnr when br.. k' n LlssMiil. lie wis i.;iy ,n t in! ; it is va tb.it otisfnate cases of dypepata evtr---U in the it fr bu:t ani thiy'. "' liter ei m. la"nt, cnmiptioti. t)f r.er when he s irreni-rr-I. He wis t tkeii v ""-1 "f treneral debility. , , i ii til i j v lel'i to the -pt rati ,n of the famous reme- tO his Ce 1 and D.-. J.,.,... ,, -Ulu . e (,v f ((W ,, vt,n Sn,.rt0f? hself with who pronoauced liH WuduJs A a eel mi S hold its ")-!., s. i.,ent? Eye witoesais uature." ! of the t-ihitio v S i I s . f the Bitters are V : iiic-c ua i; 3 oti out: is reloTi c t I sible bet Tod Caldwell and bis r.;d a ' cal supporters. Gen. A. M. ircalea Th'S Olr-'ID ilslieil genl .e'llHU hS been friquently Hd er t.orblv in titfo.ieti in connection mi'h tbe mnn o.iinin ior uovtrt'or. ana 1;, ju'n-o hitijsir and thw many tneio- r'io nave deservedly couiplimetiji-d h m. io. has Wllt'teu a letter to the li'l.ounmii iu whit-ii he lrankly srate- h: inmbuiiy o extept the proffered honor, lit says: .My di-abilit es have never been em ived, and can't say that I havt ow any well groiuidt d expedition th o hey will be during t his pension ot Coo .less I am deeply graielul to m 'ritnds in various parts of ihe Statt or the kit dness and partiality, u s ieited, which they hav e riMtiiiested in 'Miuginu' my name so prominently fo vaid at this tin e for the yuhi rnator a! ofSce, but I piesti'i e they ail dd so .ithcr upon the idea tur my disabiii nes had been removed, or tli.it. a tern rd 1 mnesfy bill would puss bef .re Mu meet log td the Couveutiou." Hon. V". N H. mia. It is woh pies -"ie that e leeoiil n,e ia tl at Hon.' W. N. II. Smith, h Tmeily of lie; 10 I d eomo in ti'is Stale, who tuts bvtsti a.i.v.'ii!eil I... iiie past tweliie tnotnhs hkL lion. As, Bipes, iu the eity of NoitiiK) i,!1!4 deei'ie let ill 11 t- the t) d Sil. in Malt , and t nake lus home 111 hah irn. e leai 11 tin. e tt .ll probably ol lu a Co-partiu-rship w:th Geo. V StrmiK, h 'b. itos e t 01 the practice . t law, ami ih.it he ci . eliiplaies uiovius his Iaai;lv hc.e lu a .hoi 1 time. Noriii Carolina neeos the services ol -uch in. ii at 11, is time, aud we ti usi tl.ai oihei'sot her sons Wio have g "tie ali.ua.: vi;l follow the exa mi le ol Mi . Siitb,au-i 'iole their e. vices to lilting up ui Mi It er b'.s'e IVoiii her prosliale unii pil luhlt eoiui tnu:- Kai'Vgli A tics. Col. Wh. F. Kakxim. We ara gl.id to uouee that our suggest :un lust wet k ot tin n.iuio ol the above eut eiuna lor the noia. uat on cf Lieut. Governor bus bteu mosi iavorabiy received m st vtr.il tactions 01 ti.t Mate. As we rianl ibeu to man tvouid t't ine duties of thar s uloa with iord houor ioliim&elf and credit to the State. Rkovkbkd. It iiQ 'ids u-" pleasure t' he al'le to anuounto licit Cajit. Fxuo Lewis wh wa- rtctitly ca'iht between in" (mis a! Entield and paiui'utly iijiireti has very ue&rlv recovered and is uow on duty once more. 1SPKCIAL NOTICES. Cabbi i.ic t?At.TE, recommended by the leading Pnysiciaus and tho Pn snleiit t tie New- Y i.-k Board of Healtl , as Ihe most wonderful HealiUiT comp' nnd ever known. Gilts instant rebel to burrs, cures all kinds ol sores, cuts ai d wounds nd a most inv ilnable salve for all pur. pose-. Sold everywhere at 2 cents. John F. Heriiy, sole Proprietor, 8 College Flsoa, Kw York. Kvapma . Opium puntleU ot itssicki-n. ins ntl iiolsnn- ui pnpertieat diseoveied l.v L'r. liiitelow, Profe.or tf Botany, De mit M-dic;il C liege. A most perfect anodyne and soothing opiate. John Farr, Chemist, New York. Cbristadobo's IlAm Dt is tha safest nil best , it eoireets the bad effects of in lei 'mr dyes, w iiile the black or brown tints it produces are identical to nature, Fac tore C8 Aluiw-n Lane, New York. Pkatt's Asrali. Oil. Safet sad best :1 uiihiating Oil e?er made. Does not take tii e or explode, if the lamp Is upset ..r broken Over 150,000 famiiies contin ue to ue it, nd no accidents ofany dest critioii 1 to ".-ccurred frni it. Oil Houfe t Cl aries t'ratt. tstablibhed 1770, Now York. The 1'CRiisT anl Sweetest Cod Liver Oil in tin world is Uazard & Caswell's, made on the sea--More, bona fresh rfeiec ud liveis, by Caswell. Hazard & Co, York. It i.- absolutely pnro aud fft. Patients who havp once taken it i .re er it to h 11 others. Physicians have iK ciih d it superior to any ofths other oils in tha Market J. cvin's Inodorous Kid Glove Cleaner resUires m id gl-.ves equa' to new. For salely UrujiBists and Fancy Goods Deal ers. Fnee 23 cents per bottle. F. C. WiTI- &Co.' fw York. JIlS. WlSSLOW'8 SoOTUtK STRCP. It ndifvos the lit; If sufferer from pain. t in s W ii ii, t'oi.e, Keftuiates the Stomach ii ml Bow'H"s Corrects Acidity, aed daring ihf pi . te o teething it is inralcabl. Pi-i 't-et!v Naif iu nil caeS, us m ill iou toot lu er can totii'y, , ' A ri-citiFCi, ArP5"ARANa sndbentl Mil, I'lesr Cnplexin is ti e desire if even hotly . Tlo-' etti-ct is produced by usinu G. W. Liirds, ' Bloom ol Youth," a harn:lfs I eaiit'tler o' ti e kkin. Will re-in-.ve H 1 1 DiscolorHtioii.TaD. Freckles and Srm-l.Tinis. The ne of this delightful l.-iltt preparation t-autjot be detected. For ile bv all Dnitr sts aud Faner Goods D.Htfts D.pot, 5 Gold St.. Ne Yik. Bt-Bx kit's Fi.av niNQ F.xtkacts" The upeiioiy of these ex.racis consist in their i ! teet purity and (Treat strrnpth. They are warranted fre frciu poiaonoos oils and 'w-itis. J.iM-t'h Burnett & Co., Bohtr.n, M;iiiiifct nn-ts and F'Topr it-tors. For sale by ail procer and !rui;gits, N i-rrRK Gin s rs Tkf.th, bnt she does :i"t pn wrw and purifv thm. t!)t mnst he' ib ne with trarant R"rodotlt. The den'al bo-.o and its cr.smel rasinf are made invuirnTsl-lt' to all destructive infla-nces l.v the dally eae of this beneficent prepa rat -r. What F.vfkt IT h em as Waxts. A cr.iod t'!i(.Hp an I rt-'.iablo Lintnient. Such -i artirlc is lr. Tot,ns' Horse Liniment. I'mii b ifV at one dollar. For Lameness. Cu , t-iilN. folic. Sprain, i&c, warranted be'Ter iImh :i;v othei. Sold by theDnig i. Depot 10 Park place. New York. DtrsoMAM.v is an insane thirst for intox lei'"? l'liioi Ibibitnal dram. di inking prs d-.ieet it. Yi t imtIi Alcoholic B;tter n-mii'i leeom'iiot.ii- uai a uram oitnirum j iii-tl r ""' ' p t-.ken thrice a day. to n'vvc"! ..kin": lor all bonny ailment. . r rt" " '""' aa.itMine rae ! r. " ai. ki h's Vim oar Bitters, the pnre (mm o' i t i are ii t ihrinal herbs unpollut- ed In i!i: ti!: d poistui. Ki-uy's I'm i.uT.ntKX in an established, a' ranted renn-lv Mr Painful Metintrna- t-..; ai d ipia'ly nii ;ent a a Nervous i,, .r,,-., of N.-r,,. Ex- i'ilt-n.tt!t, ?. m.i:!i and Sreepletsncss in m,! r cnmle Sold everv a here for The Ti nf (.rcr.r.d- of ConDdf nee. Vt'l i n ' oiii. '. t ai rii in reliance, that absolute, iindoi'bt'fff fa'th in the effleaey . flln-tf'tcr'- S:t ' aeh Hitters as a remedy tor ied't:rt;on, bih .us diHorders, inter- ' ' ! mi : t.ii t mi I remitt i't tevupa. whirh no- f( ri...iy trei! in all parts of the United '. it-r lone-nni r: i as Te-ii growing ''r t rt.iv v ar, an-i it is mui exicnunif. Ii :.s -,. i t' i e-'ilt credulty; tt has not h " PT- ""' r " " ny nuinn a. vice. ( n ,,-; sp..w-ir,..tia gna nftiurai cne. i, .), o epe: 'etice. What people see to - tuioid in t v-r civilized settlement ... ... rr l .1 . 011 this c- 'tiinit. The thousands upon ttioosand's t.i o-i iheir restoration to i t ea th mi l srTjrt!i, r ihelr preservation I fi -ui i km . t" 111 extraordinary m di I c lul i.'oivi't tlr.-. are rltumiast ir in p.-ie. The iiiuC is.in who recommend it in " 'j'lbo' !y wv ! their friends and at qmtiot.iiifex, s tl' as those who make .u.'iu t eii r.st ti Aic i t its virtues, are al- v. m ifdlv I., -fill., t' fir r 1 ' . n . i. , tl... ; t.iit that i in theci. T; e have all e'ti e- j :i It ..r woni-ss.-d li- ii-'i, fieem operati-s The Life oflhc Mesh is the blood." I h s b-.'i'-tf tUe fi t, it is very obvious that vhe:i the Llood becomes corrupted the who es stem beeorut s corrupt also. To iclieve this, lhetrc.e policy undoubtedly is to direct the r.m dy totiie source of thediWise. It is in this in.iiuitr it ai l'r. 1 utt,s rarsa paAiLa,ud Q 1 us I, liht acts, lis sjiecitic eueet i on 'he Hood; n purities it, vitalizes i an 1 eipels uli diS'cu j)er from the Hyst.-m. iieu.g free irrm violent Minerals, it is ad.tpud to geiicr..l use. 'J he old aud young uiiiy u e it; tae most depote femala, at any iiuie, uuy talk it; the weak and enfeebled w;il be fc:ieiii,ihened by it; the tender infant, who may Live inherited dibease, will be cured i' it. or S'phiiis, and all its trains of evils it i.a ure auti !ote. D:-. Tutt s Liver Pdl are a mil l and grip ic pin giilive, poseswtug the pecsliai .in ritof utiin as ;i powerful agent ii. ie iev;u; congestive or torpid lrver. They l a'f no eqiiul. Ur Tun a ii jir De imparts ft Gloss) Color. Pr. Saul's Catahkh Remedy. $501' -oa'd lor so im 10 aide CSSO. Sold by ! li u jijr'i-ts at 50 cents Laslirg Lcvelineas. Twenty years s(to, w l.eii pa nt, peal I ponder and enamel, were ru'iiinf the complex! n and destioyinu he health oi w ioenof fashion, Haoas'b Maonoi.ia Bai m as bioui:it cut as a pnie . otanieal C".sii:et.c, gu.iiauteed to resto.e i-looru nnd beauty to the sk n. From t t :in e to the pi esent. it hsn been continually using in public estimation ss the safest rnl most untxeeptionahle preparation oi ua class, in.-.e.ot of producing an arlifi lal mttabc hi'i'lace, iii-c 1 tie deadlv, ena-in-Is 01 vvi ting the cmicle like the poison ous fluids sold Uu'ier v-. rioui names us "b,-nt tiers," it ke-ps tbe skin hs soft as velvet, 1 ende s it as MUtih and glossy as -Ai-n, and imoarl.s so it tint delicate, rosj ti' -.e, widrli ii ti;e baa Heal of complex oi,a loteoue a. l o g eijuisitr chromalii effect is 1 01 tiai.sieni. by applying ttie lJ.ilm daily it may be prolonged from ou;!i to a e. A loly who purchased the ti: si bottle of the artii le nineteen years .igo wr' es to say that her c mplexion ai i itv is "j),ner, clearer and more brilliant tiu n it has ever been;' and she attributes os beauty sol.'ly to the daily usa of Uaoax's IIaqnolia Balm. SKW JtU V ESI TiSK.UEVrs. LOOS UCRE. 500,000 C0KC8 UERRIXGS FOil SALE AT JAMESVII.1VE, N. C. S5 00 l'EIl-THOUSAND. ap-lbslav, UAbtDi' W. MIZBLI4 SGW AOVEUTISCMESTS. aiartla tounty. Justice's Court. BEFORE W. W. WATTS, J. P. MAJ1 D. WILLIAiLS, Pltft ) vs. Attachment. E. O. PRICE, Deondant. LEVIED ON LAND. DEBT t'93 02. Interest from 1st July. 186S, V April 6tb, 1872. AprU 18-4t. LIST Tom TAXABLES. "VTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN XI that tbe Board of Aasessors for Tarboro Township will convene on Monday the 2'Jth of April, audromaiu in Session for o'ue week, for the purpose of lietmg the taxablo property of Ue XowneniD. A. McCABFj, . U. J. KEEClt, V Assessors. J. H. M, JACKSON, J . ap.ll-2t UPWARDS OF 50 1st PRE3IIUSI5 AND GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AVer Awarded to CHARLES. M. STIKFF for the best PIANOS, in eotrifiet ittou aith the leading llaoufacturers in ihisouutry. Kli warkbooxs: No. 9 N. Liberty Street, lialtimore, Mtl. milE ST i EPF'S PIANOS CON- JL tain all the latent Improvements to be found in a first class 11u.uo, with addition al improvements of his own invention, not to be found in other instruments, Tht tone, touch and flnish of their inst riunents cannot be excelled by any inantiiactured. A larpe asnortment of Second Hand Pianot alaya on hand, from 175 t" l3:i). Paiior and Church Organs, sonie 2 ) dif fereht styles ou baud from $5i) and tip ward?. Send for Illustrated Catalogue, contain ing names of over 1200 Southerners. (."500 : which are Virgi nans, 200 North Cam i -Uns, 150 E. Tennesfli-iins, and others throughout tl e South.) who have bought tha Stieff Piano since the close of the war. C. C. LANIER, Agent, TAB 13 OHO, INT. C. April 18. ly. CHEAP ADVERTISING. Adrertisemen's occupying oxe isoh of space Will .e inserted in 2Gi) Jvkwspapkus, meludiug 2J Dailies, iu SOUTHERN STATES, covering thoronhlv the Stages of Marr'and. Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia. North Ca rolina, .south t aroliua, (rtorj;ia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana Arkansai, Tenuesse- , Kentucky aud jii jurl. OacMontli Tor More Papers. More Dailies. Larger Circulation. Lower Frice, than anv 2 Gpf?, ai other List Special rat, a glvm f r rnnre or less j y0 win nend a h .i.ds. ine roa.K.-etus of our space than one mob, and for a loruyer pi ri wl j .Yew lUuttnttM ta-mi'y BVe, coiitainiuj; over tliau one montii. Lqnallv fVvonb!,. ipiot- 4jo tiuo .scripture d ustrauohs, to anv book t.ons male for anysmsle Ntsto. Copica . fiARcnt. ir.eo of charge. .-Iddress Nvn nvl LiB.s, viilui. i, "nuiaius, uo iuu mior- m " wm li m t B w o . ,r,r. r . rvi iii. t o .rtv spaper Advertising Ageutu, 41 Pai k Ituw, New York. What ts this Graild Spec Iflc for . Tf. pi.?ia.' til' s buhbUue, sparkl nj, fO. ,nK. P Or. llCOt lliev AiUTatLve ia all Luropu. HOLD BV ALL DSUGC.IT Z. KLNa. JAS. A. KIN3. z. kig"& so, MANUFACTURERS OF Z. KING'S PATENT WIT IM BUHGBL Cffice, cor. St. flair & Wason ts., CLEVELAND, O. COMMUNICATIONS SOLICITED ANU PROMPTLY ATTENUr.n TO Cheap Farms! Free Homes! Oh THE LINE OF TUB U1TI0N PACIPxS T.Iu SO AD. A tASD GRANT Or 12,00 0,0 0 0 ACRES l.N THE Beat Farmmg and Mineral Landa in America. 3,000,000 Acrrs in Nebraska IN TUB GREtT PL 41 IE VALLEY, THE Garden of the West, NOW liK SALE: These lands are in the central portion of the United (States, on the 4 ltd degree of North Latitude, the central line ef the great Teiiru rate Zone of the American Continent, and for raiu growing and stock jaising uusurpasa' d bv anv iu the United state. "CUi-APKH IN PK1CE, moro favorable terms ;iveu, and more convenient to market than can be found elsewhere. FREE HOMESTEAOS FOR ACTUAL SETTIFRS. THE EEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES. .Soldiers entrt'ed to a Homestead of 160 AcreB. Fbee Passes to Pckchaseus of Land. Send for the new Lleucriptive Pampldct, with new maps, published iu Engl'sb, (Jer mau. Swedish and Danish, mailed tree every where. Address. O. b DAVIS, Laud Commissioners, U. P. K. It. Co., Omaha, Ntb. Extraordinary Improrements CABINET ORGANS. The Masok & Hamli?; Oeovn Co. respectfully amiouuue the introduction of improvements oi much more than ordinary interest. 1 best are itEbl) AND PIPE CAB1NE1 OHGANS bring tho -:nly successful combination of KEAL PIPES with roedB ever made; DAY'S TRANSPOSING KEY-BOARD which can be instantly moved to the riht or left, changing the pitch, or transposing the ke.v . For drawings and descriptions, see Cir cular. NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES OF DOUBLE UEED CABINET ORGANS, at 140, J132 and $125 each. Considering Ca 1 acity, Elegance, and Thorough Excellence of Workmanship, these are cheaper than auv before offered. The Mason fc TA3a.rj Organs are acknowl edged BLST, aud freon extraordmarv faculties for manufacture this Coinpanv , an afford, and now urdei take to sell at prices which render tuem UNQUESTIONABLY CHEAPEST. Four Ociave Organs $M each; Five Octave Organs 1900. $ 1 25 and upwards. With three sets reeds $150 and upwards. Forty stylos no to $1,500 . ach. r New Illustrated Catal gne, snd Teitimeniil Circular, with opinions of MOllE 1 H AN ONE THOUSAND MUSICIANS, sent freeT niSO.I t HlflLII ORt5f CO., m Ttxa kss,Jksgst. m tejadway, eI int)smiK or.ugMt t!,ey ca.. T-iRClNC ST ESN. 1CE.TS .tirFEBvcst Ejir -.'.i4 Ai-"'' JL .aie. or female, a. everv countviu il,e I weu,uis aiiupiy xiw yueiuicai .Kr fca .tat08 aiul t aUadas, to tdl our new me seuzer tspyua; r, "'";', VL.;-:. . ! WOst useful pate t; from one to ax used ua Oten titcouuieu tuo uunnnunuctuui.. ... r.,ii a r.,.r .......-. r. NEW DVEItTlSEMETS. FASSLG'S PATENT KI1)-FITTIG SKELETON 0RSET. Recommended by lead ing tibvaieuiuM should be w. rn by all adiea who value health and comfort. Th- y are particularly reeoru mou led or summer wear aud warm clim ates, although rdapted to all seasons of tho year. For i.ale by all tint-class dealers. Worcester Skirt Co , Sole Manufacturers, Y c enter, alas. THE AVERIL CHIICit PUS! IN Till. 1J1ST in the world. Bcamlfnl White Buffs, Drabs. French Greys, or any other color, sold "mixed ready for use." Any one can apply it without th e id of a professional painter. It is hand somer, costs less and wears longer thou any other paint. Sample carOs, prices, and rec commenda from owners of the finest .residen ces in the Country, furnished free by tbe Av kuii.i, Chkmical Paint Co , 32 Burling Slip, X y.. or C'eaveland, Ohio. K V.D RUST PROOF I, rVA Lfmi t n j aud Painted Bureaus; :A) Walnut, Jlahogany , bnsh ',- 1? ! aud Painted WsaliHiaiids; lino Poplar J.i and myci.mplete Puced x,,,,,,,. 12 vah,ut and Oak Fx Tai-Us; Orchard Grass t cent uostasre xtamp and ""W T'tn Ui i t V T Tli uiiiriiTOiin,iiuni.iiriiiir ! tMr-. xif.ii- cultural Implem nts, Machirery, Guaniis, -l.om.r.1. l!im stl. will fnrw.r.l.,1 -,,,'!-.'" V.... i ..'.. n?'..ih,!.V"C -d. ?-8C"!aT " ''C.1 la?: able information as to tim and quantitv to p'ant, ,Vc. MARK W. JOHNSON, beodiuau, i: U. itox 2M, Atlanta, Ua. tii un un gii co.. IVew London, Co::nM Vannfactmers ol the '-Brown (J n," Ctt t" n Seed llnHers, Machinery aid Cast Uf. Mannfaetiirem of Harris' PuteBt Rotary Sixain ngiae the best atrd cheap st S'eaiu Engine for plantation (nrposfs. .C"ton (t;n makers and repairers turoihed with all kinds of matennls. Saws, H'bs, Pullies, Boxes, etc., of any put tern, to order at short notice. Have had 1 nz t x perienee in tiie business, ami guarantee satisfaetion In every par'icflar. Orders so'icib-sl. Address as aViove. Portable Soda Fountains $19, $j0, $7j and $100. GOOD, EU RAILS A1TD C..EAP 1 Shipped Ready for Use! MANUFAl'TCKi 1) BY J. W. CJAP31AX &. f 0, Jladison, Ind IC3SENDFDU CIRCULAlt.-&3t illECHItISTIAXirS;tS;, ly. religious, family paper, fu I of incidents, provid 'nees, musio. p etry, true stories for yonti'T, old, samta and si uiers. No sectariaa-ii-Oi, uontroversy, P' litics. pull's, pdls, or pa tt nt modieuit-s." COe. veauI 20 coVies, i. 1 .send loo. for 3 papers iikfoke vou fouget! R-Xile Chiustian, 8co;'ies$I. 11 L. H-tuSl'-I mW, l'ruei liepotilury, l'J LiwUilL H., iios ton, .Mass. FREE TO BO 0 AGENTS n uLisiuso Co., Pliuadelphia, Pa , At.snta. l ' AGENTS WANTED -JS Llty DJTH O'CroBMA, L.sca'K-d Nun, w in se dis ciosurtst are tiirdhng and Htartliog. Amenta are takiiiR from lo to 2 orders a day. It is too bent selling book published. VA'fstlus ri'ELisiiiNU (':., Cuieinnati, O. feTt ARI'KMKUS, Bl ILDERS,-a and all who contemplate l'uildmg. supplied w;tU our new Ulustrated Cataioguo ou iece:pt ol st ilup a" A. J. 1) ckmei.l & Co., Architectural et Look i'uj'is.27 Warruii .st.. N. i. W.MTED uit- and in S.uniiles and termo, jiiflose 10c. and address FLi.ulbON A Co., 6ii i.ivi,r st., lroy, T. XV 11.01 e mohec at vvoik lor us than ut anything else. Business 1 ijjriit and pei manent. l'artit ulais bee. G TiNSoN Co., Fi.'tf 4-f I'ujU.-i'ters, Portland, iie. TT Q PIANO CO., N. Y. 1st class KJ .O. !f2:i0. No Agents. Names of patron 10 40 States iu Circular. iAADE EOYKIN & COS GREAT LIVER PILL' Coutaina no ralomel, but May-Apple, or Po ll pliil.in, instea i, which is now so universally used feir the Liver. No doctor can or will give ou a better pnsjiption than "Everybody's Pill," for 'ick Headache, t'oustipatioii, Dvs pi jsia, .lanndicc, Fever, aud all alfeetious the rt suit of an inactive Liver. ugar-coated aud two-dozen iu a bottle. We warrant them, and mil return the money to any one not satistieu. Dru.'giats aud merchants keep them. 1 Rt WARD For any case of Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ul eerated Piles that De i.iso s l.n.E Lemddy fails to cure. It is pre pared expressly to euro the I' les. ami nothing else, bold by ali Drug gists. Price, $1 00. G1 P.EAT MF.DIOAL BOOK of useful knowl Tedge to all. ent free for two stamps. Ad dress Dr. Bonaparte A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. rtiIvi FOR $1. Swiss Magnetic TIME- ft! I Is- Ki-EPLR aud Indicator Iudis- I IIUJ ,H', oensable to everv traveller, trader. VI Ri C oov. farmer, and for EVtHVbOUY I I III iW iu ueed of a reliable tirue-kenper. L suai wateli size, uteel works, glass crystal, in iitfs.t Ol.OlI'K tjio'-, warraiueu io Qi iiote cor rect time for two years. Nothing like it. 1,000 sold weekly. Th.s vainaok nrti le, iu neat case, will be sent, prepaid, anywhere, for $1: :i tor fi. Try one. Circular? tree. Older only from the hole Agents, F. KiNO A CO., Lrattleboro, Yt. CIIAXI AXl II, EXCURSION DO WIN f HE lllTEIt. THE FINE & COMMODIOUS STEAMER VESSTil Will make an Excurien own the river to On Thursday, 25th of April, leaving 'larboro at o'clock a. in., and letuni ieg on the afteruoon of the following day. Ample arrangements will be maOe lor the pleasure and comf. rt of tne excursionists A i iue Land of Music Las beet; sjcured. and the size of the steamer is sufficient to guaran tee a pleasant fme for a'l lovers oftheterp sich' riau ai t. The Excursion wil bo under tho charge of a Committee of tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Who will e, deavor 10 render the Excurs on agreeable to all. l erms f r the round trip: From Tarboro $2 DO; from .-parta, $1 50; from Greenville, $1 t0. Intermediate pni ts on the River in proportion. A limi ed number of Tickets will bo aold, which can be procured fr m the Com mittee, and at the BookStors of Mr. H. M. Wil liams, Tarboro, N. C. (O. B. I.irsooMBK. Anangetueat CoomutUa. A. McCabb. m SaaaaaaaaaBtaaaaaaasataaaaaaai T n A I V E KT 1 S EM liis T S. LARGE A.D ATTRACTIVE TL US or FIRST CLASS FUEMTUlf 9 Witlicnt regard te Cost, at 66 and 69 SYCAMORE ST., PETERSBURG, VA , Tnesday, 23rd inst. at 101 o'clock, AS THE FIRST OF MY FUUNl tnro trade sale I shall on tho flay nnd hour above men ioned Roll at my Wan room, and at T. Ptunill's Auction Houso. the follow ing valuable collection of New Furnituie. viz.: 2 file i.ep 'arhr setts, 6 fine Hair Cioth Parlor setts, 1 extra fine inlaid and Upholst ered in Brochatelle, very tine; 10 Walnut Chamber S-etU, some very fine; 10 'minted Chamber Setts, with and without Marble S abs; 4 Oak and Chesnut setts: a nice Rose wood. Walnut and Mahojranv Wardrobes; 10 Painted Wardrobes; 2l Walnut, Mahogany ' 6 dozen Oak Ladi-a Diuiu-- l.l.airs, 6 dt-zon j (aj. IJmjng ( ;i3 J,, J RoSOWl.O'l (,. . .- , ... . ,.),;, of V??6 1 " i'Wtl V OOd Mfat CUall S OI i diflerent patterns; 2 dozen Walnut Cane Rock- ' ers: a dozen Rwewoo I and Walnut Cane Rockers of different styles; 2 dozen Wooii heat Rockers with ut anna and corners 12 Vvhoihtered 5einsr Chairs, V!asv Chairs. Pi-.r'or t hairs, i-.ttsgre, .Marine Centre Table, No'as. 1 ouu is, Cottage, Irny. l.oyrne and other stead with a gr-rtt many other articles Ih'j salt- will b cundneted without regard to eost. Other If.rge additions will be made from Norttitrn IJous '. Terms: flon. and under, ca.-h; ovrr that amount fiO dav a erdit for apnroved endorsed neg .tiaLZe note or eitv accept.inee. J. T. MO Kit IS A '.n. April 18-lt. T. PAN N ILL, Auctioneer. JEW ARRIVAL OF Spring Goo s AT ROBERT V. B!H)WNS Tarboro, 3T. 4'. Enibraring all the latest sttlesnml quali t es from 6j cents, and ape. ar l p r yard. I have selected a very choice 1'ce of DRESS GOODS! which sti! passes anything heretofore I.cpt, comprising Fdick and Colored J;ipatiese SI1 KS, ALPACAS, G RENE DINKS, D .VINES. ttoWy Yarvcas. My WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT co itaitis a fu'I line of C!ieci:ed aad Swiss JJUSMNS. JACOXKT.. PLAIN & fig un i;d saixsooks. together with a complete line of Bleached and Brown Domestic Checks, Stripes, Dnlls, &c. I have a full Hie of FANCY NOTIVS, L ACES, & EDGINGS, of all descriptions. A large lot of CASSIMERKS, COTTON ADES, KEN I UCKY JEANS, &e. I call particular at'en ion to my SHOE DEPARTMENT, containing Ladl Gents', Boys', Misses' nnrl Ch'ldien's Scwe l and Peired Shoes; in Morocco, Kid. Orn n, Kip and Calf. Be sura to give me a call an 1 you v ill find everything usually kept iu a firs -class Dry Goods Estabiishrrent. April 4-3m ROBT. C. BROWN. 100,000 l-OV'DN OF SCRAP IRON WANTED AT TIIE April 4 1m. TARBOKO. Hoot & Shoemaker O.C. ?OGGETT, Tarboro. N. C. Who is prepared to make all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES in the very best stvle and workmanship. The verv finest FKIACH C1I.F SKiS OIK SOLE LEITOEK only used for fine jobs. I guarantee a perfect fit in every instance or n isale. I have been doing business in Tar boro for tho past three years, and, although obtaining a large share of public patronage, I have never vet bad one of my customers to complain of a bad fit. I keep on hand for aale Hemlock Sole Leather and Russett Kip Skin, and anytning elseiu my hue Look at the best fitting Boots and hoes worn by the ol-' and young men ot Tarboro! Who made them ? Wny, nobody else but 0. f. D0GCETT. who respectfully invites the public in general to give him a triad. The latest and most fash tonbie Lts mitestrjsu baocti atp 11-Hrf A DVERTISCV- NOW IS T ,EtME, H. D. TSitj Has just ope ied his la 'S0 S'ock r. Spring Goods embracing everything from a NT.f'rji -to a CROWBAR. Thi,..f co-.r,,, Ladies' Dress Goods, GENT'S FUBISHIMG GOODS Mats & Caps Boots nnd Shoes, A Large .Selection t,f School Boofo In fact, evcrythiror vn W;(ll, (, mediately and I'Xamit.c for oirs..u' April 4-t 1'. " 1 "' The Mercantile Bank, (Organized under the Laws of Vi;-.:.a NORFOLK. Wil. J. BAKEP., Piesiaeiit GiLiiElU' ELLIOT T, Directors. Wm. J. Baker, II .n. Jou.v ;,,,.,. : V, . H. ijUKlioLMHS, Yi. U. VVi,L " G. Ll.HOIT. " ' Cash Capital, - - $50,000 0u SUjJJIXa' io INt.iE.V.si: i.) t . Every possible f..ei'.t- et.-.;, torn and i e.rr. s;.o; (!, in's. 1 h.-el.K ai d j laftH i i, l;a:.;,H Cities, a.nl igot 1 raf.tf , , i 'ill j t,-.. luil;, may be i::ei-;di- . i;. ei. i Coiijctit;us ma le ai p.,.ui's";l' iorpron, ily. Accounts of yi'-rchants, Fan.;, rs Paupers m tne mtoiior are s...... n receive spi ciai ail. nt;o!!. ( ,.r-, . ... receive immediate advie..- i., , , otiiur payuteiits to theu-cr. .;:. lie-liiUIrtliet s v.lii le-e. i.o r.i-,. i. ied;,'.-ment and wu,-u i,.a ;, ; VNiii iie croUiod a su-'ii ;:.:.' CtteCai Upon HiU.(J in ii.,,. dc.-.i'i'. A'ott s a'l.l Ac.'.'pt:iii--,s I'a.ik, v.;ii iil-.viit s 1 ie nii' i .l: froiii the makers, and eiiiij-1-...i m . ; r-'turued with other voueiuTs a:.ii s:..r, u Ol aceolliits iiio.it.'iiv. We will a.'s i .( !i.;.r,r. .- ii,; ajt;.. n: ' r. :'. us. es. cut or.i- rs n i-. . ,.r . i r. s;.'.-;...-a.-i-l lus: mi rs tor p'ire..s.' .r k . .- oi 0 . Mock, (.t.itl or lo;. gi, , bai ge, tied tnrnli our fr c:;i!s ith p- c.ai' iu'.'ii... Y. ht !i tl. s.Ti d. We .Till also attend to the bivejttn.ent r cy;:po:i ileal Is. tc-econt.. ai din neC!!oli won. e,ii'i the a'tentiou of i. to the aivasd u:.1" f Mi-nd.i.g hiic'i i:,. h ... lu tiie t iti of Noifollt. L'iid--r t!ic Luv.s "t V 'rgien a'iy i a ; sttiot escct-t'ing twelve pt r c-i.t. i r ;: : may ho agreed u;n by cu- ir..-.-tiu ; i :? ana large amounts of niotc-y :! i . ' ; luteri-t in tins t ity upon m- v. n si curity at t- n ptr d-tit . in r i , canes being made a yhfe si . i.ri ,!.-;.;.-. Tiie at'-iiti'Ui ot lid ciaii. s ; i.'i : call to the f.'.et t'lat i;..w mt. .-t r ie ot six ti r cent, p-.r - - th hoi up n. d. when si.et.fitl 8rrang tit nts are in., ti Interest creditesi on tln-lii-st o. .-. !. Jnlv iii cH.ch ve.ir. thus compound.:-.;, s fliu- "v. C II. DOUGHTY. -?ir''- - .-ZsPir i-. t.i; v; r.r. : i Ki K SarA''. Tho well-known Toot aud Shoemaker - TARBOPwO. liis Shoo is the place to get a Hoot tov iaomVort. ():- Las!s Fifffd Up and lleservcd for Every iustoniiT. Tho Fashionable can have what they want ::i THE BEST STYLE. noon woiiiuixssuir AND BEAUTIFUL FITS GUARANTEED Jan 11-tf. Tarboro, X. C. 1872. 1872. SPRING. ew M WEDDELL Has now in storo a full supply of SPRING AND SUMMER Embracing everything usually found in a f'cf ciass establishment. Ilavii.g bought ex as lvely for ca.su he is enabled to sell at very i" prices. CALL, SEE AXD EXAMINE FOE YOURSELVES. M. WEDDELL. TAEB0R0, April lltfe, 387-