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The Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, Ami 18. 1S72. lu-KMit. GniFKis & Hoffman, News paper AilvrtiMttft Agent, No. 4 South Street, Haltimore, Md.. re duly atitlnr-izi-tl to contract fur advertised ets at oiu toicest rates. Advertim-rij in tlistt City are reiiii-ted to leave their favors ith tlii bouse. The Southerner for the Cam paign. An exciting and important political campaign will soon commence in North Carolina, probably involving more vital in terests tiian any ever before waged in the State. The radical party, flushed with their late success on the Convention question, and backed by the unlimited resources of an un scrupulous National government, are boldj defiant and confident. They will make a desperate fight to retain the reins of power, with the hvie of still further despoiling an already impoverished people. They must be met and conquered. Their abominable mismanagement of public affairs nnst be still further exposed and ven'Uated. Their corruption, fraud and peculations must leoiico more displayed in all their en ormity. The SorrmRSER. as the eldest Democrat ic journal of Eastern Carolina, will enter upon this duty with unwonted determinf tinu, energy and ability. From now until the clo-e of the 5th -day f August n xt, a K.1J, incessant and aggres sive warfare will be carried on in its col maus against these enemies to our prospr- i v an 1 wt 11 biu--! Ia . r.l. r to rv-iidtt this warfare more pow- t rr Til a:ul its effects uio e tt-U.ng. we have se- r. ;r .1 :li3 servL'e'5 of sever il :oroib!o and ex- p ri.-ind political writers who will eonlrib- r-.gi.luly to its columns and whose '.lows wilt be lV.lt by the mrey wLcntver v'.r'ck. v e wi.-h the S'XintuNi.B, fir the next to:r tu uiis, t bj r.-ftd'in eviry i.un.ly oi r i C.-nliai, and for 'hit par oso we ir. -h-j f' .llo in r Uvrd off .T. T.i. .'";) er w'd! 13 sent, 1 - r a; th,- Cun- ,-eh vnv.'-riber ior th-5 s:ua ! sum i: I'LL' i " V CILS ! S, 1 irly eaoiigh to cjv- r i.i' a -licaiioi'.. W . 1 e pitied i-,-?u-'s wd r- ceive ;;t tfution. oih. r d p ir' mints v.-'.'I not be vtrl-viked, and t .o uv.:al iyo: LiOi', G'.'-arv.d and MiscciktUeous r.u c.i..;i tKrui-hed. r'i I ix y.mr ai'UJs, no jo upa ii .-l w.tVi CASH. VIXMMi K, LEWIS A- CO.. hivo re cr : i.n ! i r : tho- uta-ha 1 d :.r' ml-r I'.-mps O -t iijw i-.t i.urc 1 t Fi N i Ch a vet . Ti.t. W L II I'L'ifiv,' I 1: : I V h;i i i l i rTril h !i h i' el I. ..(!'' Fi tu it- CiMii't's n t!:e St t -, I, as I i . i 'f '1 W ' ti.: M- I r 1 !'' X 1!'- .;. ! ii .uai'r-t- :i Miwifil In tr;:c ! : ("!,- I !i: le. m I. 'P. o. r -u i i. Ii" t'.i I'e-:i fi'leei-d t., 1:1k" a i-l-is : y:U' g vii' ! r in -t i net i "ti i:i that ae- fii:. i '1 a - !. !':.e. I ,i i r , tl (ii oil 1 y ve: ! Mii;e, in I'wi't' tt.iy qua liei! to 'V- '! " t i. pun aln;..-t cm r m.s-1 r.n en t ! -r y-"t-.g n"'.i ivSi-i ije e to .'( i . r a P ''!' i i-v ia ft u cc in i '1 1 I ' n-'- t s nul l t ! tie IV. . i.t flu- 11-i.va.;: Il-tei. I'eu b-r. (ii.-tii, S. ( ii.Kin-l" th Mtlil c ; i . si -Ti-- th'-i- i,ivn-1,--e 1 -toi-k oi '-d-' be ,ii-.. i us in cUcivhcii-; "T. ; (en ir.e.-s ,j , , ,z , n-, ,, -.. MMlt.les Ini ii;.;. , ivl ,.ri req'K-.i. .1, Sr' t.i-iv Matt rk.- A tro'thig ma'i li ( ! . i 1-. 1 .is be tl 1C i.p h. tWct 'l t of , . i..s,-( :r-.':.rs int tCo-intv, wl-ich w;d tale- p ':: o i n.-xt Sa-nr-'n at lU.jii-ls .v !..! I'i ie about two mi't.s fr m To'.vn T i - -.u-i -s ere Wiiitlcy's vj ix" and f!'. il - b mare. A spirited "nn .t is p, cieit and the race wi I, no doubt. , timet a la g, nuiuU r of spectators. A tin tub r o- '..'i-nthm ui of 'he Town and Octi y av n- v e lg.ge 1 in nisi i mb- er j . ti- Cor 'lie purpose of enstr- c :ng a Ciurse near town. n 1 wo : t'..T- is ry fro-; ec of suce ! it-: 1 io- bii: a p. ie . 1.,K. in ;!'."!. eoii-istin ' u iieriHuiit-n. u lm le-.:re to e t" .ur.ig- tie lir..-i oi tim- horses 111 iilL! Cl till' v. Sofa at:r: u.A vV at.-.h!' 1 h iV.iiit .V;l.i ountaiu uf Dr. L. L. St.it on Whs peiied tor f he s. uso'i ou las! Ttlesd iy find w.'l he kept in line rwmmg order .;! a .:h mt all the Summer monti.s. I lie p,ir.-t syrups only are dispi-used. and an 1 wt- can co fl leutly comin.-ml the ex- eUi-ii'-e of tbe ius'.itutioa. Let eaervbodv call and lake a taste. r-nt iai'togo to FLUMMEK, LEWIS & O S., end get one of th-irc-leratedCti-cuiui..r rumps !h b st now in use. 1 1 'ill- EX eR.sliiN To vV asiuxgton. Xiarv fl; crangem. iits Ii ve be.-n per eel. rl ior tiie Cmo'l I xee.r,iou to Washing on on the 'i-.ih. inst. The e!.ga:!t Steam, r -'Vesta" Ins b .en chart t re i lVr the occisiou, and leioald nountorsi;. n ,,! stae'.es iuti-rt'ere the IixeuiMon will be of the mo.st agreeable chari.ct e-r. Parties wishing to j,,, slioubl -nre ihe'r ticket-, us soon as possible, as ou'ja iimiied number v,l! be si. 1.1, I ii.-y can l procured of the Commeteo of Arrangements a: d at the Tarboro Book .Store. Ti.. Qt FNT Am hi:sb i f Kon. Sawel F 'A:tviN- J r,-i:i:u Haix - I.AroE biTi-o'invi: OF JHi: i-KAt -TV. IXTtil.l.IflKNCE AM) Hj slVTl nii.iiv oft t Cnv.I.aKt ru-ht Tu.-ker I, all whs liaed to ov- r tlo.wng liv one of ,u. Jar-est audiences that evi r assembled "in tllat ciiia ci us buiiniug, to bear the elmju. nt yemper Pt.ce mator o Ohio, i!,,,,. .,.. w r rarcV l .v. ry s-at on the Moor an 1 ia th- f-ali-ries was tin. ,,, and i.ui.dreds wen- c. in pi l ed to Ktund during th - d nvery of the whole .spccdi: which lahieii over two homs. tien Carey, was introduced in a short, feel-i.,.- address by Th.-o. N. l.-nmsav, J so.: and on Inn ribieg to address the crowd, rvas receiv ed with a hearty mlcom,.. as .as at ested bv tl.e upp.ause whien greeted hw app. ai .nce t ne atiuntum of the ndi.-nce never once a-- w" ,r hi .,'Vr, fcl"',t"'8' atid soul-stirring . wit o fa" ' "rat"r-, An":1- his would bo mcltld to e labvaV. the ',- hea rt-rouching elnrr!,, ' ,,!' ". K ad hps f ,le speaker. TUt a i , L fr"l"U'" C re we. e able, i.nrsiva a! ftr ul v Zni st rhe i,(JUor trank-.and lul " ulZ e "ond.rtul impression. We ti ink ; , Udl .vine great goo i. ap oMW,riK,a,'ee wnnchofthe b-antv . cl,.4r?i "IHl rL'elr Vremm.e and influence ed n- rtr I" ?": can"e-the ladies seem t n di t ,. 1,!trrf'8t"'l in the gre, eflort ot am.tivguiN,, ,i l.cturer. ur"aM Vr?t WS, r I1"'1'. eheered tbrongh ..auso attested the de;,ght of all.-kileigh ar.ke yo:,r Cbibs nd send for the frocrntFXKB during the camtm-frn-July fl ty ceuts for f. m months. 'le. , Cat dir. 4 cv Mm k of Spring n SuBid.pi Goods cannot heexcelled in ty ies, q oalities aDd jiric. t- Tows F.I.KCTCOX. A very short time only will elapse before the citizens of Tar boro will be called tipon to vote for Town officers for the ensuing twelve mouths. The S i:thkr!kb has, heretofore, advocat ed strict party iss ies in a'l elections, but the policy may be doubted when applied to municipal attain. We want competent and honest men to administer these matters, and Rome conces sion may be necessary' 'ttf secure such a re sult. . ' We will support those , men of liberal views who will devote themselves to the lest interests i f the Town, introduce a rigid system of economy, and give ua an efficient fown governnie t. Neither will such be expected to adhere strictly to party in the administration of their official duties. With these views we see no valid objection to the present Board of Commissioners, who, though composed of members of each party, we think have acted fr the best inteiests of Tarboro. and lave not allowed . themselves to be influenced by political considerations. Theref-re. Mules; the Democrats of town shall declare othe'-wtea the Sodtheenkr will KiptKrt the present Boarel viz: Win. H. Johnston, J. H. Baker and A. McCab". S ould. however, a regular party ticket be put in t'e flfld, we shall feel it our duty, as a good narty man, to give our adherance to that ticket. " At any rate, some line of action should be decided upon very soon, as the day of elect :on is near at hand. As Old Relic. The recent dismember ment and change made in the venerable mii'I time-s'ained store of Mr. J.M. Ked mond has brought to light sewr.-l o'd and curious relies of a by-gone age. Among these was an antiquated Tomb-stone u.on wh.ch was the fo'low'fcg inscription. In memorv of NANVY HEARS, daughter of Michael and Mary IIkaRn, Who departed this life July 5th, 1793, Aged 7 years. This hapoy babe resigned her breath, 'ruf;ireil to live and ripe for death; Ye blooming 'youths who fte f-his s'one, Learn Unit early 'death may be your own. Th s stone hud thus been quietly lying in 'he id building for nearly 8 years, and bears ail 'lie marks of a good old age. The subject of the inscrption was connected ith some of om most ancient and influen tial families fender, (Ttlin & C''., r now ready to fx ibi an ilcuant j.ssnrtiuent "i I)r s (Jomls, E'ldiro'dWle. Lices, a. id Corsets. Qi'ker Sr-iRsTiTioN. We have recently h.ard of anothi'r strange instance of ridiculous suoersli ion on the part of tl'e cdoreil people, whicli is some thiny; remark able, when enti -rtuined and carried out by ratio' a' beings. Th-v will iit.uu ler anv circumstances. ! remove the toi lsiisid t a I nrial on the v.m day of the ceremony, implicitly be li. viu; that sueh n moval will bring upon lio-e so doiii'.; great misfortune, i." not dv.th. O" nndav list the cob-red burial ground in T 'wn witnessed Mich a ease of uperst:- i- . Aial sueh fir'1 t'.e cl;:ss of beings into whose hands a radiinl party has e:itr"sied the RiaisiL" ment f the a Hairs of ;in iute'li out white comtRnnitv ! ! ITox. . F. Cary. t he c'tizeiis of To"n . rr,T 1.,, ,1 ...rat 1'- ,!..-. , it in, - tiji , ."in", u'.b H'.u. iiiv; H'Cl' j I! eabi'Ve nam-d gelllh iuaii. oiir of the most I di.-tinguisht d 'I t iniierince Orators in the cmii'ry wdl d liver u address in Tai bo- o n she night ot the 2'ith mst. OutMde t ev a the main q':rf-ti- n. a r eh iutel!e tu al treat may be tX;ctfd, which will l; well worth the at'end UiCj, no admit ance tee beilll ' chm ed. Will " O each fri.-iidand subscribf-r of": he Sot ihi i.m is -end us one i'ev subscriber? Tats cnnld be easi v done, and besides lir.'ely incri-a.ingonr list, would lna'iriaily asi-t us in m iking much greater improvt meuis in the p.-per. M ml Trkcbi.ks at F.aT i i.! b Til . Through the "bstin v v of the lV.s'ii. islcr. Kin rope, and v U'.&W.K.U the peop e of B.i'tL bir , h'.-.i b !';;-velif all mill fieili ties for the past week. Pope w n't wuik a fe yards tu reeoive the mail, and the mail A -ent-t refuse to carry it to his nfli'-e. So betw-..u the two liat'lebi'io gets no moil. Tne sqnaVible is disgraceftti to the parties concerned, and seriously ii'jtit ious to the I tuple of th;yt suction. A PtsMti. Jok . I'tie Lir iss.i?of tie riiieiiiiiii.il tj'iz-He., ilipier the lifiiil i.f M 11:1 nii'ti, ' liiistli-t liw:rig: A C rtiu is lo ei- raitled tor at Mi ti.ti N ('." v c'i! Rear. !!' don't know w' at t.. li'nk sn Ii i'i j.Ii!e'iine'-.nent. K' h -i lie M ill "'i i :is ' e h"!t ntlv ilcvo; I o! Mil-'ea! Insttii fills" an! i.b like, o', is a I;. is !. tl lie ri saps . H i rii SU";es en;!' is i lienit! y in thai e-, aln that liei is in. n- c- -sity bo stub, in oil er section, :Il.llS!a-li-ab'j flel"-. U hit t it -y m t hi nk ol it t rotber St ints? A e mv:; o'lr eXjal'i;it:on Mitt adeg:cC f-.ii anx etv t io .le-p tor in'e a 'ce. Tit sfrrirr- Pi wo- 1 hi Piano in bo wrll I and pjpiilarlykt.owuthroiinhi.nt Eastern nr I o ina and navmg been repeatedly coimni mleil, I upon tlie In st,authonty, through tne NifTH I l ustit, we deem it near eiy neci-ssnry to ineiitiou its m riis mueh in extenio at the I iirene-nt tune. ! T. a; it is on" of the most superior Intru ! ne n's i tit 1'itr-. u ! in tli s sei tinri. wi.l no be gainsaid, tirnl rl.? ar'e nunibor of pureiia-e'-s -.viii wiiiineiy bear totiti noav to this state ment. it has already taken upwards of fifty first Prem.umc and is gradually growiugiu public ia or. For fur her particulars we refer onr readers ro Mr. Stefl h aitvertiaemeut iu another column. IIow about those Street 'Lainps, Messrs Com m i ssiimers? It lias now been sevetal weekf since the i outheknt.p. r- ported that they ha I heen ordereo, and yet we are as uiu. h iu tLe ehirk s ever. m You ught, by all means, to get them in pos'tion hi fore the day of election. They won'd prove a powerful lever to retain you hi "tir pre.- en: places. V j sioiuAL Cklkkbatioji Okd.e'T Tr.o crssioN" As was to have teen ej,ec:i d the Ladiis of larbi-ro and Edgeeoinb' have resolved to appropriately observe the loth o: May the day uni v r-ally devoted to making gr.-tu iU the beirt-i f .In' Southern people (lie mem ry of the sleeping defenders of tiie -Lost Cause." A meeting of the Memorial Association was held at the residence of .Mrs. AVm Eigg, lYesideiit, ou la-t Monday arteraooTi, and an organization perfected lor th ensuing year. The Pr i ! nt having asked to be re'iev d from duty, Mrs. John ' Gotten was nuiui imousiy elected to till thnt position; Mrs. Don 'Hiatus was idecied Vice President and Miss Laura Clark cho n .ccre'ary. The xecuuve a 'd other comm.ttees. Marshals, ic,. were apt oiuied, but we were uiiabie to procure the mmies iu lull ior this issue, they wdl be cub ished iu the S hth kbnkr n. xt week. We are re il-es ed to an nounce tha' a meeting of the Execu ive Committee will be held at ti e residence of the Pie-ideut, Mrs. Co ten. to-morn tv iFruliy) ulteruoon, at 3 o clock. Toe Pr -.sideut'iias kiniUy turn shed us 'the foil .w ing: ORDER OF PROCESSION, to be observed on Mimor.a! day. Chief Marshid and Orator; President and Vice-I resident; Secretary and Trea-urer KxecuUvc ommiitee; Girls in white, bearing wreaths; Carnages, i,aljj)! iJoys. Citizens. 'tfb.eoombe nroduces ltl,!Hlrt bal of cotton .n a ye.r " Fayet' evil'-e Eujie. Ins: d iihle tkit amoun!,lt ieud jie.ween, and you will c me much ueare. fae. truth. Edeeo n be 1 roduced one ear more than 5.,U"0 bales. Gkeat Fubnitciie ale. fpecia? attention is caUed to auuoujcoiueut of a ?arge sate of furniture m l'etershurg, Va., on lilesday, tins UJrd .ust. 'I'his is one f the finest opportunities pre sented for a longtime, for ail to gupplv iheni- gevea with a good ttous-auui outiLbou reaaott abb term. For tha Southerner. Road "Work. Mr. Editor: On Monday evening a gen tleman called at my houao and notified sne that Thursday was set apart for working on the roads and I was expected to be there with my shovel. He said it was the Bell's Bridge road, but I have no more idea of the whereabout of that road than the man in the moo a a I have nover hail tha pleas ure of usiug it. Everybody knows tT at roads are pro bono nu'i'fco, and, of course, it is the duty of the public to keep them in repair, but the present method seems' rather antiquated. Tarboro has ceased to be a village aud the avenues to it ire part and parcel of it In the 19th cent'try, in one of the oldest States in the Union, it is unnecessary for me to suggest how .-other civilized communities keep their roads in repair, f if the authori ties read they iP find out), but I will mere ly say that so long as the skilled labor of any community are notified that "Thurs day is road daiy" that community must, as a matter ot' necessity, remain a in li'era- ture, science and art. La conc.csion I might say with the Greek poet, Euripides " If a. ; inen were bold Of their good things to work the public weal, I een our towns had less of ills to bear, And more of blessiugi for a'l days to be." A Mt-CHANIO. "Last, But Not Least ' Although Mr. John O'Haf-an has been rather Tardy in puiebaeiiiK his Ne' Goods, 'yet, from what we have just seen at his Stole, we don't know but that tie has, alter all, dis p ave 1 remarkably good judgment, lie is now opening one ot the most superior stocks yet exhibited in Tarboro this se. sim.the result of his own matured exper ience, and the necessities displaced -by the expei intent s Of hts competitors. We led no hesitation in suggesting to purchasers the propriety of inspecting hi well chosen stock. For the benefit of otr Lady readers we would state tPa: it is reported. mfd hid vaiied other i t tactions that he has the only Simon pure D lly Vatden.'' A Jlii.i Reminder. -During the past fow years we have ben the recipient of many val uable and interesting ublteations, embracing smue of the latest and most popular novels and other 'standard works, all of which we high y prized aud which, had we diem now ia possession, would liiake a good library. 'We have generally noticed each book as it was received and, at a natural cousequence.we wuro overwhelmed with reuueaU to borrow such ami g'ich an one. it a,w ays arti rds us pleasure to accommo-. date om fneuds and we cheerlully accorded to their wish in all iustanc s, stipulating, howev er, that such books sheuid be soou returned, several having been leaned even before peru sal 3 are sorry to say, nevertheless, that many such premises seem to have been en tirely lurgoiteti and now, of the large number received by us, scarcely a dozen can be found up in 6ur ahelves, and many that were returned are iu a most woeiui ceuditum. We refer thai particularly to our own experience, but we have no doubt i tie. t many other owner of Libjar.esih Town could ted the same tale. A hint io tuo wise la sufficient. T,3i But.. Vt llijsy Mount, on last Sat" u day, one John Long, of the co.ored persua sion, made his aptnarauo driving a wagou oa led ith tobacco. 7be Deputy ( otlector "suspicioning" some thing wroug, approached said wago for the purpose of stthig it projier B.auipn had been aiiixi-d to his cargo, when Long "suieding a mice,'' took to the woods and has not since been heard from. The wagon, team and car go was taken possession of m the name of the oest govtrament the world ever saw. C cumber Pumps, the most witisfacterry .'utnp evei v iiitrodnced in this section, br sa e by rLUViMEK, LEW IS 4 CO., 1 t Mr pal. We have seen an elegant silver medal prepared bv tne Cutnbci laud Anfi- ultuni Siici''t forCapt. J. K. Thigpen. of 1-tilioro 1 l e medal sin, iv beantiiiil wmk iii hi hip and as .jot ten np bv Mr.J.T. H uiM, a well kn iwn jeweller in our own. It is ci: cular in form, nearly as i h k as a silver ib liar with twice the diara ete '. On one siij,. is riberl: Ciimbeilahl C.oi:. ty Azi icuh ural Socie v to Capf J. B. Th'trjien. And on ti e pi er: Pi-eni'ilm Ior ttie ties' Fsiiv on Farm Fei!...inv, read at t Fair of 1871- FnyetUvWe Eiy'e. f nnw Ott Vorvo Vy It is cnrrntlv r?" rinrted tlmt "Collv Yarb'ri" will he at church ir Tarboro next Sun 'ay in all her regplen ent or, .rv "PoPv" in tlic oj ten time wan verv modest bu she ha "rown extravagant iu dress iince I:; r . Wv irlnKvb Kl-.e foffown the sat.. oM 'asl lnrm, but her eiuents ire mop -ostv th:iu th.-v w-ri. She is nn tu pttier now thn 'a vm then- but he Vom to m ike how. wo', IDoi'y ap nuirs as the giri ol the pirbi" now m T'.p lorTtir K"FH "ill be aept to ar r a-Idreqs .t r.ri'i the ramn't'trn for the Jtri'lll mim f Fifty cents for four months. Catholic Ss:nv:rFS. We arp renocsed rnirnnm-f t'nt tbe lift. Father ToivtK lien. of ttii. Catholic Cinreh, wit urench i" T;tr'-ro. --n r.crt Sn nd iy. th21v.in Af s Fr n M"v,cj. School T! nrt 10 oVIocV M; The public are ropect fully invited tosttend. fiTtiot.ic Oriniv. T'lronirh the pver a';tv'.fonr citizens the Catholic Sir rtsv ctin l of this tilace ll t'een ona!,(l ro l,nrcl:ae s very decant little Oriratl for t e;r S-ll"o' room. flip Inntrnmont nrrivprl lid wcpk nd nerl for t'ip fl-vt time on Snndav, itto'dt'.ir much eratifleation to both teacti- it unci scho'urs. Tbp e.-st i,f the Organ was about Sixty five dollars. The Jionrtitl of Cowrnrrce. of Friday, sr-eakinz ot the fl an?fl Prpshvtprv, siys This venerable eerlesiaatical body his just closed its 204th semi nnnn:tl "Hon in our c;,y. It met in the First Presbv-t teiian Church, on Wednesday evenlnar a 7 1 2 o'el vck. ind wn roiPied w'th a ser mon hv Rev. VT. Ji. Ttbdall. of Alnmance Tt nt! r eonstituted with praver aid H ev. F. II. Hnrrl'":?. of Milto-, w is ehospt? Moderator, and Rev. P. H. Poltnn, of M'ashinsfton, and He v. D F. Jordan, of Oxford, wre chosen t -moora-y Clerk. Dnrins t spssii us (here wcrp ptpspnt 18 iiiinttPr, 10 ru' ntr elders. 1 I'C'-nr:atp, a nil 1 pnn.1id.iV for the mlnis'vr, to be examined for licensure. Prof. Martin, of Dtvirlsn (Vi'!e"e and P'of. Mclver, siftiei in'end-int of Pnb'ie Ins motion in Nort'i Carolina, we-e present during the meetings A W'noppivo cTnCK. Mr. O C. Farrar vaa.iik to hare turned I'm -ei""lone in TJ"hw 1 011; oti . ne "ii:iocr oi iteiiu v wei 'ie . l'.i 11 ies. TUs si ork is pr- hablv one o thp larresf. chen iest and best pelected ever brought to Tarboro. TJt- t rotors. Elder C. B. Hhsp11, of the Ppnrtive U'p'bt Chnrcl", will, 1) V. preach in Tarboro on the Fi'st Satitiday and S'tndav in May, being the 4th and 5th davs of the month. AnoTHKR OF.NKBors Co'ITBlBUTIOV. Seveial Vew York Merchants have very tlbi-rllv contributed to ttie construction fthe I'icsb t lian Church in Tarboro, "loch has been duly announced in the SeUTIIERNFR. rt'e are pleased t.o bp able f 6 announce that such examples have been followed by ott ets eiUnlly us jreperoni. Mr. Win. TI. Price, of Cue popular and influential firm March, Price and Co.. o' Ne Y"rk. ba recently dona'ed 1 he sum of One Huifdred dolbi'" for tie- w e t.nrpose. A VARIo i' ii.-.s a'.,, ui Town, bo tor sou e I'tne pi'st, have been mak m.r sn- i, nn indis-.Tnd'nutp and reckless nsp oi '-Sline Shots" shou'd leineuiher hat tbev ate noting in vivda't on -of the Town 0 d nances, We ii'e authorized by tbe C0-1 mission ers t. announce that Mich a praot'ee mus be Minoediati lv stopiied, oth"rwse the . flinders w ill be made 10 leel ihu force of the law on th subject The rtaet'ce, when caieb-aspy made, is very dansetotis, and have in several in stances, already, nearly resulted ia serious icoidtt. 80 take hwd boyst rOOMICMCATED. Colcrod SingingClass. Last Ttmis .ay night, l,y invitation, we went to hear the colored -singing ClasV. uu ler t he sapetvisioa of Ueury Chi try, and were equally srratiflcd by thdr enter taiumen: as surprised at their proficiency. The teacher shows that h has done ju,. le O his sclolarss nd his pupils. In re tnrti, ledect eredit upon tl eir iusirnctor. The Class consists of 20 or SO pupils who ing entirely bt note, and generally, tiw cred music. This ia couimendab 9, tud wo I ke to encouraite every rneana to eley it the race, cultivate their tuoials aad i cliue theTr raster, and nothing has great er 'endeacy t dothia tlian mvaie- They aing every Sunday afternoon and Thnrsday eyeulng, when visitor are invi ted to attend' - O. WnxuicsTojf asd Tarbobo 'Bah Roai, Another Chance. It is nrobable that ere t nis the abovanamed Hoad has been placed J m Bankruptcy, on the potition of one 01 its creditors, as the case was to have bean heard before Judge Brook, at Elizabeth City, ou M today last. Should this have been done, a gala of ail the property and franchises of the Comp any will" take place at an ear,y day, and it is supposed that these will be purchased b some corporation fully competent to flnia the RoadBome time this year. Thus after nearly all hope of Hi co reple tion hid vanished, another cheering pros pect opus to the frieuds of the hnu. For tha Southerner. Hall of FalitCano Lodgr, No., 1 90 Falklanp. N. C. t April Cth, A. D., 1872; A. L., 5872. f At a specinl communication of Falkland Lodge,- No 196, the following Resolutions were nmniainufdy adopted. lFierea.4. The Alpine Providence b3 suddenly called from our midst our worthy brother Hardy G. Parker, tkus peculiarly reminding ns of the uncertainty ot life and the certainty of death, and deeply impres sing us with the importance of bo trying to live, that when the Great Grand Master of the Universe shall call as heuee, to be prepared to hear the welcome plaudit of 'well done thu good and faithful servant, enter in'.o the joys of thy. Lord." Resolved. That in the death of brother H. G. Parker, Masonry has lost a Good and worthy brother, Falkland Lodge a sealous and devoted effieer, and the community a most excellent citizen. While we mourn his departure from our midst, we bow with humble reverence and submission to this dispensation of Divine Providence. "We will endeavor fond'y to cherish his memory and nurture the bright hope of meeting htm in the Great Lodge on Ilicm, when the Master shall call us hence. That we sympathise with the widow and bereaved family and promise a'l the assistance in onr power should they ever stand in need thereof Kcolvtl, That these nesolutioiin b spread upon the minutes of the Lod?e and a copy of the same be sent the family, nlsn a copy be furnished the Tarboro Sooth. R kek for publication. P. TL Mayo, Sectrataxy. A Smrrn, 1 H. TIartitss, y Committee. W. R. Williams, J HARRIED, In ewbern, on Thursday mornii April 15th. at the residence ofthe briiV fithpr, bv the Rev. L. L. ITendren, M R E- G. Cr rnBKRT. to Mis Rosa. VT., daugh ter of Elij ih Ferguson, Esq, At the residence of the bride's father, on Jan. 18. 1872, bv Elder W. A. Ros Mr. J. J. Xoei.f to Mips I.r., dsnghtpr '.flvpy Fleming, T.pq., all of Pitt contuv DIED. On Sttndav morninir, Anril 7th, at tl;p re-idenee of'hi parent in theci'V of New York, Wit.t.iam. second son of Robert ar d Sallie J. Tannnhill, aeed 3 Ti'r, 1 month nd2l days. Rpmains taken to Feters hn'g, Va., for interment. In trc.nkltn enntv, ff.C, March tiie 29th 1872, Ju-trt Paul Jones, !on of John .1 Jone. Hp wt-i W.U 2S years ol.i, vs member of the ethor!ist E. Churrh South, Louisbarg station, N. C. CoDfr ence. In Raleigh, on Monlay evenlnar, at t! e rrsdeiicp of John R. Williams, Esq., tfipr short nines, Ma- LaUba L. Smith; aged 73 vea-. and re let of the late BenJ. B. Smith. Sitp w is a consistent member o fie M, E- Cbnrch lot rainy years. Special Town and Matters. County MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY FOR SALE GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS BY mes. jsi. e Bozsrr: n. WHITLOCK& CO. Are now pre oared to show the most elegant selection of Fnc -Diagonals, English Meir. nSi Cheviot, Broad cloths', Catimeres, Doe--kins Rnd light Weight Pantaloon Casi meres in ail shades and of the fli.est iu New York, which we will make to order and iu all cases warrant a good fit or no -.ale. Our prices are exceedingly mode rate, our facilities extensive, our stvie and work in all respects, equal to the bey.t that ca be produced. Ifyou desire the best in tl e maiket. call on H. WH1T LOCri&COj April .4 tf. Read Tms. We 'Would call attention to the fact that the world renowned, newly Im proved -Vheeler and "Wilson Sewing M.v ctiine may be seen and purchased on the inoht reasonable terms of the agent at 5) r. O. V. r arrnr s store. The improved Wi eel er and Wilson has m&ay advantages over its rivals as a family Sewing Machine, No one can tail to award it the highest praise after testing its merit We can confidently commend it to those desiring a durable, simple and good Machine one that will do the family tewing aad laut a life time. The fo lowing are the reasons why the Improved Wheeler and Wilson ia the best family Sewing Machine: I. it has ess machinery than any other, therefore, it i3 less complicated. II. It ean be adjusted. As fast as aay part wears it can be taken up. III. It has the silent draw feed, and docs not disturb the sick or infants. IV. It is easier to change from one kind of. work to another than on any otuer ma chine. V. It makes the look stitch without the use f the shuttle, VI. Because it is so easily operated upon the operator never tir, and at once be eouies a pleasure. . , . W. Lt. LlTTifBCTOK; Agecr. IV CW A O VE Are opening a full Line of Ladic's Adapted to the Season. Jap Silks, Jap Robes, Grcna dine, Organdine, Leno, Grass Cloth, Seersuckers, Percalles, Delaines and Lawns ia DOLLY VAEDE'NS. Also a full Lino of White I HEILBR Are oneninir Are opening Child rens, 00 a T, T A Slippers and Buskins. ION Oder their entire Stock at L. HEILBMER &BR0THER Are showing their Goods with pleasure to parties that may wish to examine their Stock. Call ana convince yourself that our assortment is com plete, and that we are selling goods at a very small per eent. LHEILBl CO- The following brands of Bleached Domestics always on hand: Hill, Lansdale, Fruit of the Loom, Wamsutta and New York .Mills. O O J 3 oca &4 &4 Jfm S3 Slariia ToaLtj. Inst'x 's Court, BEFORE W. r- CAMP, Plaintiff, W. WATTS, J. P ss V Civil Aation. E. O PEICE, Defendant U U iM ONS A N 1) Wa I! II NT OT O Attachment. Levied on Land. .Returnable 30th April, 1872. Debt Hi) 80. interest fr.nn 25th Juno, 18G8, 11-lt, Mi rtia Cocnty. Justice's Ceart. TJEFOKE W. W WATTS. J. P. B. L. C. EifTAX, Plaintiff, ) vs. C.vil Action. E. G. PntC2, Defendant. J OU MON'S AND WA1M1.WT OF Attachrrient. l evied on Land. ! latum bin 30 h April, 1"T2. Debt, f25 85, inter st Cio.a 13 h February, 1?"8. ap 11 -4t. Martin County Justice's Court. "BEFORE W. W. WATTS, J. P. JQHAT W. SHEBR0D, Plaiati!ri vs v Civil Action. E. G. PTtlCE, Defendant. Cl.'MMO.N'S AND WARRANT OF k -J Attachment. Levied on Land. Petnrnnble 3)th April, '872. Debt, $33, interest frmi 2Hh -Noverauer, 18G8. iipll-4'. JIartia Ccantj. Justice's Court. . WATTS, J. P. BEFORE W. W. D. W. LEWIS, Plaintiff. Civil Action E. G. r?JCi:,Defendnni. ) OUMMOVS AND WAKRXXTOF O At--acbmMl 7viod on ia-d. F.eturn ab! SOth April, I72. Dubt, $100. .'nt. re'. RT18 KM EATS. GrOO ds. ONE E & BRO. well-selected Stock of Readv Made teff.&.lfo.Gt sr.tme Mfa ONE a Splendid Assortment of Misses and Ladies Shoes. IBS' SM;0t astonishinprlv Low Figures. MM BROTHER TO l. II. Ij.MUL, Uf LllljLlU.flhh AKD Sl'RROUSDIXG COUXTSY Mrs. f 1: j. i kx i s : 1 51 k f : haa jast returned from New York with one of the most handsome Stocks tit AND Ever seen hofore in Tarboro, consisting of all THE LfATEST STYLES IN HATS AND BONNETS'. Also a Fine Selection of Dresg Goods shch as JAP POPLIN'S, GRENADINES, LAWNS, PERCALLT33, And a great variety of articles to numerous .to niuntiuii. 1 invite all the Ladies to come ar:d see for themselves, as I take pl anuro iu glint,--, ing Uxds. I assure all my patro-ua that uono 1. .11 1 .1: . .1 , iiiui iravu uissiiusuea. New Jewelry Store, rjlIIE SUIiSriilUKlt HAS PKK- -l- nianently located in Tarboro, and will give bis persona, attention to the rtpiuring o. Fine Watches, blocks ami Jewelry. Having 1C years practical experience in the busiiiess ho guarautetE goi.U and etiicient wurii at moderate prices, sua would resiKict faily solicit a hsre of tiie pubiic patronage. lii keep coli8taa.lv Oil h&ud a hue uelec- tiou of Wntihrs. Cl'M-k. Jewelry, S"'iJ ''ier and Pluti'l IVtife, Sjtrcftici'i'S. &c. At prices low as can be furnished anywhere, and every article frunranteed as reor'esei t.e 1 upon 1 forjeilure of tlonhiti the prU pauifop tl. See Sisn of ttic Bi? Watcli. Kext door to tho old Gregory Hotel, op posite, It. B. Also 's Store. i.tsptL-ifniK-. JAMES H. BELL. Ilefer to Capt. V m. liiggs ; H. 1). I'eel; Geul. V. Gr. Lewis ; Wui. .aglcy ; J. I!. (Jo field, and C. u. Laaicr. march T.tf Tarboro, N. C. V. S. IMCRXAL BhVLME. Ass't As?r ssob's Cfiice 4th Div., 2d Dit., iarLioro, -. C, Jiarca 5ih, Isrl. "VJ'otice is h. reby piven to ail periOr.B in the i. 1 county uf Ldgev;i'ube, aubjuct to iiicoine lux under the JA. venue laws ofthe UniUd fetates, and to ail persons desiring to carry on any business or occupation after illay 1, 1872, for the doing or carrying of which tha United htaftshave imposed a Special Tax, that tha iaie for making applications for license; or return (if IncQiue, bao arrived; and that All parties who have not ci.tr.phed with the re miiieaieijts ot law on 01 before -Vfay It , 1872, w.U D ivoaeoutc-cf. All pp.!ictiomi nr returns o bo inede either 111 wn:.u or peno-ialiy to Vu A. Mw.'ABE. MILLINERY SEW 1ITERT1SKMETS. "PIIIMMSfi 1 1 iff f f rm Opposite the Court House, TAnEORO,- IM. o. Are now receiving their large and complete stock of HARDWARE, TINWARE, damage Materials, &c. FARMERS Will flrid at their Store every ihh-g n their Hue, intludlr.jt Shovel, fid KaRcs, alain i Fi rke, Tnce Che ns, Plow Line. Tlows, H..w ChsMiipe, Coru ers fe,faw cutters, C,:n9, Gin Bt-dr., Back Buds m.d Butkk, Eh.i ddle ucl triules, Hamei, Oollttre, &c, So. CARPENTORS cOD-pIete tck of the very lest To ln riaues ot .U kinda. Saw Ac - ftp. Will find Bits. Cl.heR aud nil kinds WHEELWRIGHTS Will find Wheels. SDoke-i. RiniM. Huiw Tiro .t i;..,iri t.n. c,..t " 'm . Vli8. llolkw Auauers. Bum Routs ii.nious Pteui But gj Axl always uu Land. BRICK MASONS Will flndTrowU, While Wash Brushes, Plum Bobs, Sani Ecreeii. fri. SAW MILL MEN Will find 411 kind of Belting, Files, Axes, Gum Pacfeiug, &c, HOUSE KEEPERS Will find the host Cook and Ueatinz Stoves . ve,y b,Sf Tal... Cutlery Baskets of ind Vi ork. -I lie hest ami olieapest H - '.'v-' c """i '-"iiaiN 1-111N, scissors, ets, Muuao and Rat, Traps. Buckets. Pjil--. i SPORTSMEN find the hest and cheanest G ins in the Pistols iu great variety, Fishing Tackle, &c. MERCHANTS Will And hy tri'.l tint thoy can purchase s as they can in Sdw York aud Baltimore. EVERYBODY find tiie famous Wild Cucumber Wood Pumpi. and no ono who likes Will and coimWrt wi l at another Slimmer without it. iire t lie vole iii ents for this Pump in Edgecombe and iiody calls at tho to purchase Hardware, Tinware, Stoves. Why ? Because they can purchase cheajxr 1872. WONDERFUL FOR Spring and Summer Trade AT THE FAMOUS STORES OF We have just returned from ihe Northern Dry Goods, lothinc Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Onr Stork of Ticirty Made Clothing f.,r Men, Willi's and liov's wc-;tr ii Uirjta nnd comidete, and selectpd with preat. care. All the lat.-ft styles in Euiue' :in l Dm-ss Sui s wliic'i are m id-( up in fie most artistic style, and wtiich wu .tT"- at tin- lowest fl.'nri'H. Bouts mid Shoes of all kinds, and to suit a!l aes, wbie.li cnii n..t be surpassed in Myle and quality in any city. Aiv, a full line ot Gent's Fur iiishiii Goods, tiie largest to be found in tUis place. Our selections of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES FOR CUSTOM TRADE is extensive, and "ive"ofl.r spfcial iddncenient' and guarantee a perfect fit. Garment u.aue up in thu tat;st styles. Call immediately aud examine our New Goods H. M0ERIS & BRO., Opposite R B Alsop, and at the corner of Main aud Titt Street. ome Made Clothing. e ruaKe an our nothing at our thcia rmich better than nnj Heady Made Clothing brought from tho North, :vl t'uPy 20 per cent', cheaper. Youths & Ohildrens Clothing 4IIP t , . . .. All of our own 111 ike and the an fit- any youth, be he bi otherwise, ... . Ohildrens Clothing, We have determined ro pr vid t fur llnj little nno9, and with 1I1U noble objst in view have laid ;n a Stock of Ohildrens Clothes that wiil please tho inn-t fiistidiou-, t'ipy are raida iii Bloomer Pauti or long, as the purchaser may pr ler, all qualities and all colors. Stylish Hats luive the latest lirnadwny Silk D'lmptv, Stiff Brim and Hi h Crown. Hats, all colors md prices. Gent's Furnishing Goods. The best assortment of Ti?s, B .wb and Scarfs 1'ine Linen Bogom Shirit. CJ.;iiuine and Iui'mitntion Cheviot Shirtfl. Latest sty es Lineo and Taper Collars. Iiish Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs. Suspenders and SottsI Shoes and Boots. For Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Children; from the finest to th- coninioaest. Prints and Dress Goods. We have staked ou reputiion for Hoi.ds. and from the quantity we te Domestics. 'e Uvts all the Standard Brsnds of Cotton N. T- Mill. TTamsutfa. t raife f he Loo 11. Masonvil'.e, MaviBe in 4 .tt trterg. and till tho beat brand ia i and J Bl- aahed and UnMeaehed Cull tni convince vouritflf that cura ia the place for g-iod, Mice aod Qhap goods. w 'a-on aud Buj-gy A!o. Th ever liruii-hr. to tl.ii m-rk! TIT,., a. a.. every .It-seription, Chdhrs, M.uket, Liui.-i, l - ow Ware, Puts, 8;.idvr. Ov.-ns, &,-. Ust hhears. rtel es. KmLt imr Piiw Keehrn. A.r ! mn. U-.-t s;..i,i nn trtot Powder LCl Slv Hardware and Tiuwara a! .4 joW ralej ? ... Aud lastly economy fic Co. Flummer, Lewis bUrruuudui'r CJouuues. i'verv- (";:irriap;o, Curt, U'awn r.cd Bn"' v Materia'.. auil get what they want. 1872- ATTRACTIONS THE Markets with all the Latest NovuUici -Furnishing Goofls. TARBORO, N. C. ?steiMishm3nfc in Richmond and wirrilil - lurt iar$r'3i variety 10 elecl ironi iu town. j or little, short or chunky, gooi or bad, wise or . 1 . . 11 , . for Gentlemen. llat. Tlio Rroadway, Re'orm, Hunintv Farmers aud Broad Brim P!autrt end taste ia the solecti n of cur Tirt,u w art sure that our tast ia univorsaliT ii. WHiTiOGK & W 4