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Tio Tarboro' Southerner.
i4a7.2, 1372. Mksxh. GnirriN &. Huffman, New paper Adv-i'tUing Agents, No. 4 South Street, Haltiiuote, Md., are duly anthor ' izd t contract tor advertiseti cuts at oar ' loiee.it rates. Advertisers in that City are' requeued t leave their favors ith this house. The Southerner-for the Cam paign. An exciting and imi orient poiitical campaign will Boon commence - in Nortli Carolina, probably involving more vita! in terests than 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 goveruiaent, are bold, 4e3ant and confident. They will make a desperate fight to retain the Teiaa of power, with the hoe of still further deepoilifcg an already impoverished people. They must be met and conquered. Their abominable mismanagement of public affairs must be still further exposed and ventilated. Their corruption, fraud and peculations must he once more displayed an a II their en ormity. The Southerner, as the oldest Democrat ic journal of EasternCarolina, will enter upon this duty iti unwonted determina tion, energy and ability. Froni nowontfl the close of the 5th day f August next, a bold, incessant and aggres sive warfare will be carried on in its col ' umns against these enemies to our prosper ity c ud well being. In order to render this warfare more pow erful and its effects more telling, we have se cured the services of several forcible and ex perienced political writers' who will contrib ute regularly to its columns and whose blows will be felt by the enemy whenever struck. . W'eTtiih ths ScrxnrnxEK, for the next four months, t;; be read In every family of Eastern Carolina, and for hat urpose we -make the follow inz liberal offer. The paper will be sent, during the Cam paign, to each subscriber for the small sum of FIFTY CENTS, barely enough to cover the cost of publication. While the political issues will receive prominent attention, other departments will not be verlooked, and the usual variety of Local, General and Miscellaneous information furnished. Send in your names, accompanied with the CASH. Muke up your Clubhand send for the SountKitNKR riurina the camuaigti: On 1 tii'iy cent tor f'iur luitntlis. T'i" lark of the iiiual amount of able and inn-te ting editorial mutter, in accounted di-le ate, i.s itiendinq; the D m eifttie O-m-fi iiiio", I ich ashemliled at Giceui-biro on the nrM Inst. Bishop Atkinson's Appoint ments. Murfreesborousjh May 2d p.m. , V -4.il v die, Bertie County... 4Ui Wiml-or 5ih Will:amstou 7th Greenville 9tli Tart)or4:igli 12ih SeniUiid Ne- k 14'h Riugwood, Halifax county. ., 16tu Clothes made to order of Imported and D .mes'ic cloths, good fits or no sale, at 11. WH1 1 LOCK &. CO S : tf . :o: A dcliahtlul di ink of cod soda water C:m be oblaiiteil by catliui; at the Di tiy Stoie fDr L. L. S jton aud dep'eitiiit tlierelor. the insignificant sum of ten cent. The South khvkh will be oent to ar y address (luring the 4-umpaign for the smalt sum "('Ftiiy 4-euts for lour months. '. Ltoht Has AnaivKH. The long talked of, i'lncii di ire1 Street l ump have at lust' arrived and have been aell-and judi cioiisly a. ranged a'onz Main Street ex'en- flinjr irom the River Bridge, to the Com mons.' So in the future, We are glad to to say, 4ne w.Il not te couipeiled tk- leel - .. . -. . - . . . .. . . iiw way i"ne, nur wur rarer puti way elegsnijy illuini'ialeKl by brilliant Kero. nrn.e Lamps. Tarb o eanno' yet boat ni liHs, oul it mi a plenty or gas eoas bi-die?. : ' '" ' v SocieeRi;r Jcb Ofitce- We wou'd again ca.l attention ot the public generally to ti.e superior inducements offered lor. executing Job ork in 'he Sodthibnkr office. It will be done' up in a style equal to the best offices in the country, at rates as low as the lowest, and with a promptitude on a pai with the promptest. We assure ur merchants and business men in genera', that now there is no necessi ty for them toseud North to have their work priuted, such as bil'-heads, let er-hends, Ac. Leave our orders with the Socthkrneb office; the same will be filled in a manner equnl to your wishes both in style and pr ces thus encoorag ne home enterprise. Rkab This The plant'-rsof Edgeconibe ar respectf lly invited to the fotlowing statement from a brother planter, J. C. C. Alsbr-iok had hati edify the 19th inst. 730 full loads of compost with two team. ' ; - Can this be b3at by 'Edgecombe farmers. . RiDiOAi, CojJvttsnfM. fhe RjDublicars of this the 2nd Congressional Jistricl,;wili hol-J a Convention at Witson, on -1 hursdav. the 9ta inst. , for fhe purpose of nominating a-aridiia1e far Congress. The following are the number of yotes to which each county is entitled xn said Con vention: l raven county 2 votes Edgecombt- county .2 .. Greene covnty.... ..... ....1 " Halifax county ; 2 J3uas couxy.. . . . 1 Lenoir counfy : .' 1 ' Northampton eottnty . 1 ' Yarren county " 2 " Wayne county 2 ' Wilson' county 1 ' Total .-..15 Fob Thk Campaiox. It affords ns pleas nre to announce to the readers or the cdth Baccft thai we havepert'ected a'rangetnents ith a number of well informed and versa, tlie writers from the different counties in tistern ( arohna, who wUI contribute-reffu- lurlv tO tlnn ..1 .t . . . '"loinns oi ine ap r aunntr . 1,... 1U 0ner words, -we in tend -for - that space of -rime to -make the orEBBt a Juisi lodal SouVnaifor.every sec-ion furtt.shmg Hijtfce local and poiitical news of each neighborhood. Send in your orders foi fhe "a mpaign. Only fifty cents. A larjri rge ail we I selei t.rt stork of n j' ods can alwaxa be found at. 1.25 JOHN O'HAGAN'S. The Lecture of Gen. Cary A Grand Demonstration. For sever J week past it had been an nounced in the Socth'erss.k that the Hon. . F. Caiy, tlie celebrated and wed-kuown Temperance Lecturer would address the people of Edgecombe on Fiiday night.1 In pursuance of such an appointment Gen. Cary reached Tarboro irom Washing. ton on that -day, and at tne designated 'hour was escorted to tne Court House by Ldge ccmbe Council 'Of Friends of Temperance, iicru a large and intelligent audience waa in waiting an audio ce embracing. most of the resiieoiability and worth bf Town. The orator was attended upon the stand by Mr. Theo. N. Tiamsey, the accomplished Editor of the euwtr of Temperance,' and VIr. E. K Stamps, '"Editor of the Tarboro Enqarr, - and President! -cf EdgecJinbe Council. : . .- Gen. Cary was int rod need by "Mr Stamps in a "few apiopriate remarks, when -th great orator ar- Be and lor more than two noun held bis audience hit ' rapt attention, at times rousing them to the -highest bursts ot hilar. ty by hi inimitable anec dotes, audn n cansiiig them to -weep over nis affectingiueidents. The Short-hand lieporter of the Socth kknek took down the lull speech, but jus tice to . Gun. Cary will only permit n to give his opening remarks, wMch were as lollows: "Since I lust addressed you 'from this pluttorin, some eighteen years ago, this country has occupied oun of the Hoodies pges in history, and I am here to-night to ask you -what id do most to repair the waste places, and make this land of cum great, and g.o ious, and happy. . A nation oi drunkards cannot be a nation of free men, and all Christians must c'-ivn ta tlie . tenioerance reform." t'o ctfme"'to you to iiiscuss a theme in which all, the best inter ests and hopes of -man are concerned During the last ten years we have buried more in t e grave of the 'drunkard than were killed in the late war.1 S meti::ie we lot .k at war as the-most terrible scurge, but it is more awful 'to think that ewry grave yard is tilled with (be tiiisrablo victims of intemperance. We become familiar with scenes of Wood, so we become familiar with any evil, and we seem to have made up our minds with resignaiioif to this Carso. V.'e can remove it and yet vie are roet at ithe threshold by some who say that there is no remedy, but this is a s.auder against tlie nioriii government f God. Some will say we are ju3 the same as we wvre eighteen years ago when I was. here before, hut wo hive made a tittle progress. The cause Las advanced and been advancing everywhere in thiB .country all the time. Fifty rears ago everybody drank liquor, and I am not overstating when I say that at that time it was regarde.l as a neccasity. Now we are not compelled to take it The drinking man is roud if his boys will not touch it You may have a 'air standing in religion, out ' you-are traitors if you do not r 11 up your sleeves and help to remove the evil. The Chuich is getting rid of distil'ers; forty years ago church members run dist. Hones, but n-w that is gone, and that is one grand point gained. " Every step of progress is met with opposition, and some persrns are opposed to the cause on account of it being an improvement We live in an age of im provement, aud a man at the present time lives longer than Mathnsala. We do every thing now by steam, and under tlie hand oi educated labor the wiideruess is made to spring and blosom like the roe. We live in an age of wonders, and now I -ask you shall the moral world not ba made to bloom and flo'irisli like the r ise. It is a common remark that liquor is a creature of God, but I douy that. There w no beer in b;irky till it is putritied, aud water is the ou'y uevemge that God- has given to man. A rtt esnake is a good crea'nre of God, but we don't givs it to cur'-chlldren to pi ay with. All admit that the 'drinking customs -ol society are an evU, a d when the Christian rel:?;o:i fails ' temperuiice' reform will fail, but not tiU then.' I mean to say thnt Chris tianity will not reform the world until it goes hand in hand with ttinpcrancerefoim." -nt.t : w u I tat Jii ' .. tl eir l'ti-ieniers-Tools have a sjil- nuij m oc k on hu !i d. - . - Ail kLuU of E' .nks for sale at the Socrn- EiivEP. oince. Ji'st received by express, a nice assort- ntvui of Huibiirsr Kmt'ri'1erie at L. liKll BltONLK & BRO One F'.-tt Cvpre-s vw-ll Hollows for ale chip at JOHN O'HAGAN'S. ap. 25., 10 doz Gentlemeus' H its, in eilk, fur wool ami cloth, will be sold :C-w at ll. WllITLOCK&cOS. "' ' tf. For thd Southerner. To Teachers of Public and Private Schools in Norta Carolina' b 1 ATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. Ofthe Soperintehdzst - 1 PCWJC lN3TaUCTIO! ( Eu:ioH, April loth, 1872. I lez leave most resp-cifully Ui cull y nr attention to tlie provisions nutUe for N' rinal Instruction by the revised tfefiool Lw. " " ' ' - v If twentv firmre TvaHjero tJfsllr'rnn- lnstttu'e ot tot:r -vrceks, nnder-ettc'fint arel ironuieiencttistritction. at any time tluniig f.e veir, snd ieportto the Superintendent ofl'iiblir IiiftrU4'loit, the Association will ,-eceive fif:y dolhtrs irom the State 8 lio.. fumt-s. and fifty dollars tr1' in the Pea'to'lys Educational Mind. The Te chcra of Pub io iiSirt rrivafe JsoIphiIi re tuns appcalea to tv tne Sate and bv t e g'-uerotK offer" Dr.'Sears, the (reneral aettt 4)t'the Pea in dy Educatio al fund, to do something r" theii prolesto l. Tiaching is a pr-pe sive science. The best 1 earlier mav be benehted bv an cc'asioiisl contact with the thoughts at nti-fles ot otiiers uut mere is a mncn bgher ad van: aire to he sought than indi vidiial improvement. 1 !tere ts- wanting in tlie Mate an ota-urnzexi uony or ih-ii tia'g.-d wiih the d'.tty of developing n tl-e.puilic mind a pr'jpr e.t.tnat4 t the value ami true tv e;ry of popular educa tion. Ii tlt I encher.-i in ths. Ststei.Aere orti.uux'd into active, , wci k'iiu "Aso- cistions, unttct ly a co '-r-nm ' int'Tst moved ly a C".niii'n purpose, r.il amiidg at u'comnioti end, ihe eondirion nftlie. Stall ouid be changed. As soon as the public il.ttid ac fpts t!tt ti'Mtb, hicli ninsl. he accept d ioon r r later.'that Free Public Jtciofl! are-fM-tt i mi Private Schools lielter tor an i'tf, f r Cloldten, tor Tesch (MShtid for the Stat?, S-Oht ofHonses wil h foi'mt in every neighborhood; Teach ing wii' becitnii'Hii independent, and n"h' os!-d:.';irt.f3oii; inielligence, industry and tbriit ill taSe the" place of igi cance, pauperism, and crime; and new lite and cueigy will be diftusi d throuf;h every pub.tc and l ita'e iirterest. The Teacliers ot the tate have it in their power now to render a great" public service and at the ame time to 'be a help and ornament unto their profession." ' Very Kespecif'iilv. ' ' " ALEXANDER McIVER, Superintendent I'utjiic Instruct ion. Superior Lile Thread an l India Gause Underhirts very criiPap at '-. ap25. JOilN O'HAGAN'S. , Jnnt rereixed by express, a nice assort- m IT l - I.. V . :i f . tueui oi nJinoura -nnioritioeriea at L. HEILBRONEK & BRO; i - - A ntw lot of .Flannel suits, in 'rock ana Derby styles, at H. W HITLOCK s CO a. rhUMHl-lt, LhWlS & CO,, warrant their Carpenters TodlS JiS"V. a splendid stcck on hand. ' ' '' m i ,. l IsFAMoti '. A -4'o 4irave Bristol Fankce whoyvaf 9. t-taltj insensible to le ry principle of decencT, so (ead in all M Hi043,'3 IO TICKS' tllfollgll tOWO nil l(i jaonoHT -jiinnsiy carressitia; a low, numera ble, te?roi strumpet,- whom he bad the honor ol escorting. Thus giving n a dis i;il3tltin. pra- tical illiist atioti .of social equ.ility. iicn a filthy do as this Boslim ankee i-, shou d be made to ha- e sone repf ct iT other, people, if he has none for almwl'. I. O. O. 5. "AnniTersary-3C-curslon to Washington Gratifying Beceptipn, &c Friday last was the 58d Anniversary of the introduction into this cosutry of tne Independent Order of Odd Fellows. In accordance with an immemorial cus tom, and under the proclamation of the Grand Jiire, Edgecombe Lodge No. 50 com ment' rated the Oav. fcv an Excursion 'down the riyer to Washington. It isflcatcely e-j ossary lo say nax tne excursion ma a grand success in every partiuii ar. .It has been our ?ca ure' It participate in many similar enjoyments, but nono have ever ex ceeded this OdJ --Fellows -celebrasion and this ass- rtion we' are ,glad to be able' to aa-i sert, kuI --he substantiate-! . y . tne jarge crowd of ladies and gentlemen who pai-tlcipM-ad in its pleasures. - 1 tie Committee of Arrangement, oon s'siing of -Messrs. G. B. t.ipoombe, A. ilc'Jabe, and J. J. Hussey, were indetatig-able-iu their "exertion.'-'to -lender the Ex-: cursiou p easant in every partioolar. None could have labored' more assiduously and nucoeded better than those gentlemen. ' At half-iast eight o'c ock the tine steamer Vtnta comnianded by that perfect gentle-'-man, Cabt. Hat ton. cast ' loose from the' Wharf at T. rboro and proceeded onher downward trip, tilled with a .most respect able assemblage which was augmented at every landing. -, "Josh" and "Pomp," the pojm'&r anusi ciana of Eastern Carolina, dispensed splen did music duriftg the entire trip, and their periormances added no Ltt e to tha enjoy ment of the party. The steamer arrived at Washington about three o'cloek, wher&-a Coiumittee Item 1'halaux Lodge whb m readinuas to receive the members of' fedgecoinbe Lodge, aud other members of the Ezcursion. ords ara inad qua 6 to express the h spitable and ' inagntheext reoe -tnn ten dered ' by thaf -Lodge rand the citizens of W ashingtou ; generally. -The .Excursionists will ever cherish their kindness as one of the most pleasant -episodes of their Uvea. The-people f Washington thro .v open iheir doors, the Lodge -of -the place gave every ciiii:y .ihat cvoui'd be expected, and everything was harmony. Tne -Kxfiiirsiouists returned the following day. During- the voyage up the river a meeting of the passengers was called in the main suioon of the sttaiiier. .lr. Wm. -Fippen was wppoilited chair man, and .Mr. A. McCabe was requested to act as Secretary. ;: . '- Cn moiiou oi Dotspy Bailie, a c immittee of thi-ee was appointed to drafi reo)uUous expressive ot the sense of the meeting. j Doey Battle. Pr Jos. H. Bakej .and Capt Win. ii.nns, were appoitiieu said committee. Alter a br.et absence tlie cotniuiuee reorted llirongh then chaii man D. bdUle, the tulluw tug wlm h were unanimous y adopted. Ritolvtd, lsi Tnat our tiiank- are due the Lo i-je of Tm b r f jr p ann ; g and execu . liiiil tiiis excursion, to tiauuhi. witb 'eijoy uieai for al . - 2nd, Our thanks are equally dnc "thechi zens ot Washington, ana especially the Ptia laiix Lodue of that town, fur the lieauy wei CJiue exiended us, and their -active . xer tions t render our visit pleasant 3rd, To Captain Halloa aud the officers of Hie Vesta, for iheir unifonu ni baniity and successful endeavors to please all their numerous 2uets. 4ih, The committee of arrangements for the admirable conduct of thn atfar. 6th, Lst -but not lewsi," to the ladies of the party, without whom, indeed, auy like party would be a total failure. Qii inolHinot B. 8. Atkinson, the Tarboro, Washington and Rocky Mount papeis were requeste.t li publish the proceedings vf lh? meeting. Cu motion, adjourn! to the ball room. IT. M. P1FPEN, Cui'ii A. McCass, Secretaiy. Towa Officrs. The election ror muni cipal officers is clu.se at hand. The present board, in matiy-purticiilais, deserve com men daiion for their tfScieut.-ananageuieiii, and w ii 1. 1 u4. .Mia 1 r ranmuiuail- Tfc. ate however, one or two ooinis wn ch we eariiestly Lope will be made essential to the wVj in the next election. The point we would especially d'aw aitenliou to is the en foi cement of the Hoa Law. Thete is now an ordinance which would, we think, eflec- j tually cure the evil of the hog pest, but it i inoperative, for it seems to be HhoJely ig noied. , ..- - The main questions in a.miMiicipal election should be, are the men honest 1 Are thej ii'dustrious. an I have they the piofperity o the town truly at heart'? Jtist received by epce.s, a nice aeaort- meut of U.imiirir Eia''iidej-iM at . L. H EI LB RONE It & BRO. R.adv-Mndrt (li.tirig-at low nr1 W at 25. JOHN O HAG.4aN?S.. ap. A new lot of French Diagonal and V&sl of England Cloth suits, very stylish. at M. WHITLOCK &.CO . tf Subscribe for the Cfmpaiirti Socthcrnkb, nly fit ty eent4 : t'rnniler Pu inps best ;n thotTorld I'LUMMER. LEiVIS & CO.,soie Agents iT Edei-co:nb'- and surn-niKiitie c'iniies. K. T.Pool, Baitleborv; N.'C. irour author ized Agent. G"v. Hidden and family are cxpeced ho. r.e in a dav or two. It is understood to bt; 'he Governor's intention to resume the ed'torial harness. sid it is inore than like'y that his friendsl will heat from him.. He i-4 vinairtive and not apt to forget the -liiilits and snubs he and his have been snb- ject to Mitee tlm close of the inieaehineiit trial, lie cornea w if b the endorsement of the Gr;tnt administrat ion, snd- tlie sntsll fry faction of the psrt".v in thi- Stte had bet'ert-'et troni under.- fl'he dry bunts al ready be. in to rattle. Sentinel. -.i". ,r -:A ni 1. stock of Cot k Stoves on band w:irrinb'd to jive satisfaction PLTJM MEU, LEWIS & CO.'S-i'Hardwtre Store. lion. j"in liyniun. col., who is a prom inent U (lical a"-ri rant for Conftresslonal Itntior in this istrict i.Tin town, dr.ubtless entviwinjj f r the toniinatio., and ins itV'tbiiies in consirteration he is as well qnaKfled. intellt-eiuallv and m'rrallv ant1 would reflect" H 'it-uch c ed'f upon his party ag auy ot its win'e, lealons anl.er 4nt iiiit .it -li4-siiosii.it bo.ao tortunate as to peceive the nnm;nail'in It will npp-ar to f:6 really hard "ktirf cmel treatment towards the handful of white men t ihe Radirsl party wlvi have sHcrATced their utle lrmesty. principle and decency mere lv and solely for ftfice, the emoluments arising therefrom and th -t glori'Hi iippm- tunitv "f gtealins, incident, thereto, U I'ompel them to re'ire in me.ited obs .uri tv. wifh no lucrative compensation to abate in antne decree the compunctions and panes of their offended and outraged consciences. . ... flrrenti'.Wr Pumps bet in the World PLUMMi-R, LEWIS &0l)..sole i4gent- lor Edcebtmibe and surrounding counties K. T.pool, BatileboroN. C, is ouranttiof ijt-8 Agent - '.. . t "' Fat BABT.-s-Tiieie is iiw on exhibition in town a bai'y.f'til? thV months -old mich Irnpe-'artil ponderous parts as to weigh the met ed ble avionnl pi sixty-flve xtiiida This vtoTtderiul curiosity u a natite ol Rockj aj-ou'it. : . j The Aew'Yoi k JLii liisiiratice U'n".pany iiindoutitenlv the- best, sale-i and most flibersl in the Uimed lat'ei W.G. Leia Ajtenf" . .-: '- . ' . ' - a 'All kinds of Planter. Hoe: verr jnw a the Haidw'sr StorHppt site Court House larboio, N.C ' John Norfleet, ntjaxw rt Joan Ncrrfleet. E-a.. of Tarboro: ha b-ea annoimed Cadet Midshipman to tLa Naval tichool at Ann-ipoi. -. : : o : 1- . . A large number of delegates to the Greens bor Convention from the iastern conntiM I passed tfcxough Buleigh ou Monday trov'wq, Congressional Candidates in this District Letter from a ' ' Colored Aspirant. . ' As stated in the SoCTHKRXxjt the Badioala of thSs District ere getting tarribry seared about the nnmiuirtdorn for Congressmen. The -white Bads Kre 'doing thtr heaTiert against the colored aspirants. : Some iew yean since they bought off a negro candi date from the JKaleigh Diatriot, and they are now attempting the asm gam la the 2nd. ' . . " , Bribes have boeq efface! to John Hymao (colored), "of Warren,' and threaU have been -faade against t or aspiring to the Congres aknial Nomination; lis u not to be soared off or'hrowbeetvRr frotinhe track. . The'' colored people i-of tharDtttrlct u eailei to the following letter from "Mr. H mau. It -was Dbtained without any aolici Ution to oar part, and aboWa- the .determ ination of this colored aspirant. WABETost, N. C., April 25, 1S7'3. Editor TaRoKb'SoutR3riR. - Die a a Bra. Some enemy of mine has circulated the report Aat I had said that I did not expect to gut the nomination for Congress ia tmVDistrif,- And that I bad acknowledged myself totaiy incompetent for the position- . Thia ia false, "Or 1 confidently expect to get tlie miiatio& and go to Congress and serra' my "ConsCituetita tallh fully and honewtlT. . Please notice this M'yoa may think fit in your "5aper, and Qniigft, yours Tespeotiu'-ly .fNO. A. HYSiAN. ,The largest and cheapest rtock of Lad'e's Ha.ta eau be found at : ap.5 JOIIN O'lIAGAN'S. Jeat received by expresi ' uioe assort- ment of Tismbuiy Embroideriea at ... ..vJ . L. 1JEILBK0NER .4 BBO. ' Onr wh desale prices lur aJl kind o Hardware eannnt li beaten In Nr York or.Caltiniore. 'Sferttrtrata thould try Od bidre bayloj? Kortk, . . '.- . 1 PLUM MER, LEWIS Va). riardware Merchant, 'pposUc Court House, Tarboro, N. C." : One or the " largest and, hi st selected assortments of Trasses and Shoulder Ei aces can be found at the Drug fctoiii ol Ult.li.L.STATON. :P;7tt ,' "' CotfjintNtiAi.. The'fplfowiflg was toll use infldentially by a filecd'and which he declared most positively a having hap pened not mora than it thousand miles truui Tarboro. "A certain voting gent waa sitting be side a young lady whom he was escortiug. Sermon hi pr ces; lady attenttve Jounp jjent uLa ttntlve; younK gent's arm finji its wi v iv-er Lh back of the Beat: rest! bithtly around.joung Jidy; Yoaug Lady, Yin wrtiier) Mr.' A . I'feel 9 orrv i our arai pain y'ou so niach tldd evenliig. Youti Gent. l-.eally my arm doesn't piin me. Put wuat iuKes you tuitiK ior ioung Lady Oh ! I thought it Uiuet pain you, as I see it is out ol place." Arm gently withdrawn and young gent pays reinaika ble attention to the remainder of the er tuou i- - i mu i - - Just received by expre a nice a-ssort-ment or Hamburg Em broideries at L, HHLCKOiifiR A BUO. A large atcck tit Eiiljfish Hosiery at JOHN O UAGAN'S. Tlmse requiring the need of Trusses and Shoa der Braces should call ani ex ami' e the stock j"t received by-DK-L. L. S TATON. Our wholesale prices for all k'r.ds o1 HardwKi'u cacnot oe beaten -la ew York .or Baltimore. Merchant sliould trf us belc-re bujiust Noith. PLUMMER, LtWIS i CO. Hardware MeicliRifU, oppoai'.e 'Ccn'"t House, Tarboro,''N.C, IPOETA!T TO l aitMSJiS aSTJ Mer cnXXTs-As wilt be seen by the aubjoiued coiutuun cation of tha Secretary of the N or ih C a t u lio a A. ri c u 1 1 u ral mi i u ii 'i l r U i Gouveutioii, a'slrong litt.-itis beiug mud ' ior tli lemoval ot ti e discrimination ob uived by our IUiIr a 1 auihor!;iii:n regi:U tu local n eights: SacaETART'a Omci, North CaRouya AohtcCLTuRiX aii Indcstkial CojrvKjrTiox. llaleigh, Apn! 25, 1872. Mr. Editor: ". " WiJ y-u please publish the following as nite u ot interest to to popie ot the State: A the late Agrieultural ConviHiticn hsld in this eity, the following Resolutions was doptefl: licsjlvea. That the lTesident appoint a Committee of five, who shall conlur itb be Presidents of Hail Boads and other Bad Eo.id officials in order to have the discrimi nations against local freights removed so far I racticable; And tnat tne tjoiumittee col ect the facis connected with diacrunina- tions against loca. Ireigbta and reicrt to the next meeting of this Convention." the President, tion. j. w. jxorwooa, oi Orange, in obe tience to the above resolu- ions. hks appointed "John L. Enugen, oi Tart'O'o; Lynn Adams, of Haitian; r. C. tlame'ron, of Hilslboio; W. L. Steel, ol KockiughamjG. W.F. Harper, of i6noir, Caldwed county, Kepectfuily, Sec'y N. C. A. & L Coatantion. Gent's Fine Soft flats at : ap.25 , JOHN OUAGAN'S. . A no 1. stock of Cuf Stove on . hand wairented to (tive 'satisfactwn-PLUM-MEU, LEVTS & CO.'S Hard wire Stvre. . ' ia i . . The afflicted should not fail t.-i iro io the DruK' Store of DR. L. L. ST A TON and xamine his splendid Assortment ol Trusses aud Shoulder itrace. Tns LatitsT from Saoit lKmw.- few weeks si nee, several colored female ndiviilualH were bronght up before ii Jus tee of the Peace tharged, wlttt Tceepme i ditderty boose, -they-iye -required M,ttr i r, 9 r. lvini fnr IKAif' a r w r. m . nrt, some of them gave tho nqu red white others, not quite so f rtunate, ade their escape. One of the escaped party returned to Tarboro, a few diys since, under the bu prcflon that the case had been disposed f, and on goin to the Jail to fee a friend others, he asked the jailor if ho would permit her tlu pleasure he rery politicly crantt'd her reiuest. She walked bi and tire jailor men .reiatea tne eaa newg io her, saying, yosi are my prisoner, where, upon he locked the door and she still re- mains in the cage awaiting her trial. The1 clever looal editor ot the. Rooky Mount Mail is iJJ'ewtt'lookihg O. K.. and Ludiej and iiChiklren SWeti;erett variety and at reaftahli prices at ap.S5 JOHN O'UAGAN'3. . All kl'niTs of Planters' Ho'ea very lw at the Hardware Store oppoglte. Court. House Tarboro, N.C. " - ' " :o: ; AVKKXOS Wk&BX OT CoTTOIT BiES The avarge Weight of cotton bales, pat np in dvfferen-oiatTiesi d ;rihg SiJ past ten years, is given as fol'owa. Amenean cottrm rbaleat.atTage; 438 pflungjptati fofyon IfJesawragfe 495 po inds; Tnrtisa. otten bales average S8j pound; ;et-r.Uiqi -coKcm., tjaies. arerage 21"G ponn'dis; East India cotton bale avers e 3 "6 pounds; ratilian ootton bales average 66 pounds. tTbarerjga American imp is three mil lion bales. The average Egyp'ian' crcp is three hundred thousand bale; total crop of Ind a'is fifteen hundred and fifty thoQsaud; otal crop of Turkey to t-o bnudred th n wind bale; total crop of West Jniia is one hundred and fi'ty thoupacd-bal'je, and the total Br wilias croc iacigi t'.ntlifcd tiica- SnperiorjCourt. The Apiln Term ot the Snperi j- Court " ow 1 aesswn. His Honor Judge tw pr. aiding, Ilia cnixr to the Grand Jarr ku In hU usual diKiuded, able and ImDrenlve man ier, plvinx quiW 4 metaphysical disquisi- "u man. lAnd .laiirg hlschar?, ne cited as, one or the m icy causes, which combined, to make men do wrong, and especially' steal, was th excessive use of tat ititoxica tltiR fluid, c lied whiskey and qmted the folliwian aa the receiRt'vy which .it .was made- Keroaoeue oil. suirits of Inrnantlm. td sop. -. . Ben lies the refldent members of'the hnr i pr"exert at thls.terHi'rf the Court wi' notice ine rt)mwint jrei.tleraeir Messr. Battle, Bonn, end Thrp, of Rocky Mount, and 11. G. Connor, Wilsin, and ' Solicitor J.' J. iiapHnof Williamstua. Wnt M. Plppen Foreman, Grand Jury Anthony Bryan, (cd.) IlilUard Chapman (col.) James Smith (col.) ' ' i Richard II. Got ham, Gray L. Hargrove, ..Calvin Hicks, James.il. Harris, ' fliarh a Heiuy Jenkins, Vfni. Saul, Little B. Norviile, John O'Haran. .Fernando B Staton, JainesT :rp.'u, J se A Williamson, "So'nHah Wooted, ; ' Jobs Walstou, ; - - i 'Wi-rje Webb. 1'KTIT JUBuESToX SrEIHO TiEM 1R73. J. F. Speicht, v William Barrell, Mthew Allen, B. B. Bsrron, H Q. Howell, J . M-cJenkins, Arthur T. Pi'ker, J. II. Edwards, J. J. Gar.rett, W. H. C. Braswell. AH kinds of Plsntrs Roes very lovsr at ! the lard re Store opposite Court House Tarboro, N. C. Hardware-, Groceries, 4c, rheap by JOHN O l! AGAN. - for sale ap.26 A fireoccttred in Plymouth,, N. C, at 10 o'clock Jlqnday morning, burning three buildings. . Loss, $lAO '0; covering ins nr ai.ee to over amount of $5 000 on the busi ness part of tlie. town. This same saunre was buined down in October 1868. J. F. Norman & Co., were the principal losers. Fife originated in the bar-room of a negro. Eut for the aasistance of the Steamer Asto. ria playing with hef hose, and the etiorts of the CitUGJ-S, Uie wLoie nlace would hava teen burnt np. We have this from an eve w tness, Mr. S. W. Latham. Roamkt Aeic. HARRIED. In Go1dboro, on Thnrsdavthe 2Uh inst., at 8 oVIock. hy Jiev. J. J. Clifford. Mr. Gkorob T. Portkr and Miss ilARTHA S. Bhtan; all of that 4:itv.- - ' l;- In Rsleieh, at thfl residence of Major tDowd, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. L. K. Burkhe..d.; g.' B. A!ims. E-o.., to iliss Faxsiic Pkrsom. JuWake c'Snnty on the 18th inst., bv Rev. Wm. Mr.D maid, Mr. T. J. Flow to Mis N S; Whke. i t , . ,- . . AtConcorfl. on tlie 23rd April, Mr. J. B. Smith. orCawell ronnfv, to Sfiss A'sr siR S. Lono, daiigli'pr of Dr. O-- and F. Lcp-;. dece.i.sjd, of HilJsbnro, N. C. DIED. In Rleirh, on 2Sfh April, Maj. Jab. J. WlL8o!, atfed a!oi!t 75 year::. '-., - In Concorl, nn the 17th Arri, Mr. ,G. W Rnnt Rl aflur & short I'l nnam j :RTF.OI Ala - NOTICES. Te Death-Bed of Gen. R. E, Lee,' A rmeniflce'it 14 x 1R jnrh Fnrjravjnsr. epresentin.tjie oeath-scene of Gen. Lee. The 'amil. fnd frie- ris at e r(,!tped arournd old hero'" death-bed It ig t-nly a gem f'a't nti which tit.ouM hnyr in the pa--o'e of every Seufhern home. Sent bv mJii. mnunten on a n iter an i poet paid. n rereipt f 20 centn. - , . Add re J. C. & W. M. BrRRirj. No. 210, Mains. B'istt. Tenn. Agents wa ted. lo'-al and traveling, evervwhre to ell our, Popnla'--P ct'Kei, Charts. Boob, Photnrsinh, Ststtionerv Paokrt2e8, &C' Qa'ek ailei, lartre profits and no risks: B k Asent-, I rtvelints Sulesmen and ererv tierson. tniv'e or i-niale, ft'Nliiii!! l.licraiive erao'oyment, "jwi'l nleaae Bend firiur twenty isp- at''' srne. The 4,Dos Days" and their Danger. At this season of the year, the "blood is apt to bei o ne impure: the appetite poor; the skin sallow: the bodv enfeebled: the M'stem relsxed 'mak'n 't suoettitihle to fe-tarka if Cliiila a d t e"er. Kheumatism, eruption' of the skin and the development of the efferts rf the injiidic;otis use of (a'o- mel. AH thl trouble m-y he avoided by the nee of a few bottles of Dr. Tntts a1' aaparilhi and Queen's DePght. Ttishar'u less in its effects, but a powerful enemy to diseases. Try it, and you will find it a friend in need. ' ''' - - :.'' i. Dr. Tntt's L'ver Pills moves the Bowels io a heal'hy action, not acV'nq as it were mechanical lyj bfirthey stirfminte the secre tions, in a healthful snd natural manner ex pels all impurities without weakening the oody. , Dr.. Ttrtt's IliirDcr.Poes Not Injure " tine llair. TttATr'8 Ap-rai.l Oil. Safest and bet illuminating Oil ever made. Does not take flre or eJtidode, ifthe lsmp is upset 4r broken. Over 150,000 famHieajeontin ue to ne it, and no aecidents of any deat rription hav incurred fi'emlt. Of" H'nfe of Charles PraM. established. 1770, New Yirk UOff l6 IStQ 10 De rnjSICKfa. - Who d.- es m-t temetner the time when spring purgation as con-iderert indl-pen t ible to suinmer"ti4'altbr " Nn mutter fir wry (ai-es, the. tnervitatd1,' Halt a nd sennn, rhubarb, or caloir-'l and JiUp, ipnt lie 1 a'lmi'iisterefl. I nese "pnn menieines, the youngsters Were 'to,' were .keep th m bale and he-irty during the Mtiinji'i.' We all know, now that this wag a fajacy; thatiew v'nrOr, nt depletion. iswSiitM required at the n-funiei' cement of the sum mer "solstlet. As a -eparation fur the fiiervatinsr effects o' rnressive summer. weather, a course of Hostetter's Stomach Bit fer in highly expedient. This nw in vegetable preparation has three p-oMinent properties- l renovate, purifies, , and regulates all the fnn twins f the bod v. I , id ootiit)o8od exeln-ively of pure vepttibl nrodnetiiHis viz", the ssjential p'rlncipal T MononcaVela Rye'apd tjie mot eRlcacion;- tn'iand alterative roots, bark, and gum4 known to medical botanists. Hence, it ii an ab.--oln-elv stfrt mertic ne, and no .tinc ture of the Pl'armacouflB a can compare with t either in parity, (iKn the variety of ua onjerta, ana W eomprenensive retiut.v Happily far mankind, the theory that ft is necesKsrv tn oroatraie'a natient in order to cure him, ia forever exploded,' and the title philosophical doctrine, iliat teor l onv.' -great .ant?onist..ef O'.'e.iae has taken its rfiee. j8 ?n ?,ivigora'"t. and Hostettera tiitters hence It Is the pn tier medirfne for the Feeble at this matt trying season of the yer. Be aure .that you ot-taiu the eennlne article, as there ar.' innumerable vileimita lions M Ihe mark t. L"oK to tl e orna mental stamp, t'ie eneraved label, and t)ie name blown into the e'aa. H'wteiter'a Stomach Bitte'8 ia d in bottles only. Db. Saoe's Catabrh Rkmet la no Pat- ei t me ncine humonif. gotten up to dup the ignDrai't irn 1 credulous, but a per- feet fpf 'f C fer na-i Catarrh, 'Cold 11) "the few 4," and WiiSey dieUse. A Glokiocs Rkcord 1 welve eai ago a few modest lines in a New York Journal Invited public aUehtlon to a new .Vetretab'e Restorative, and solicited a trial "f its merits -as , remedy for Indigestion. btlliooineRS, fcvr and azne, debility, ner vous disorders, rheumatism, and all com plaints reqnir'ng invigorating and r-egula tinR treatment. In ;.Uis q ilet, ' unpreten tious way." Plant atioh Bitters waa in trodncedto the world. It was a socces from the beginnine. All thnt a.4 claim ed for it aa a tonic, a corrective and an tidote to malarious fever, was found to be strictly true. Within five years the-an-nual nales of tis artrt.la amounted to over One Milliox or Bottles. A few vearamnre and the -demand bad. swelled to C kitxioKS.; The annual consumption of the bitters has now reached the almost incredible segregate of six millions of bottles, .and tor every bottle sold a copy of fhe "ILlcstratuj Mkdical A.skcal, pnhlthed by the pTtipirietjorat at a coat ci 150.000, ia given awav. Unr recedeateo Success. Within the past rear 200,000 loxea of DR TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS have I'cen sold, and not a single instance Is, known -where they have failed to give naH'sfaction. If yon would enjoy life, ave a fine appetite and robost health, se these Pills. Dr. IF. E. Tiifi- AcacsTA, vosem' er,1869 It affords me much pleasure to testify t the great value or your Liver Pills. They are all they are represented to be. In my opinion, there are no Pills bo well adapted to the Southern climate as they are. t ; - Your trnly. " ' ; "JOS. BRUMMEL, late of Richmond, Va. The Iiajbcrs prefa- Dr. Tutt's Hair Dje The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil in the worhl is Hazard & Caswell's, made on the Bea-shi re, Irom fresh selec ted livers, by Caswell, Hazard & Co., .A Yoc;rHFCx Appearance and a beauti ful, Clear Complexion is. tie desire ol everybmly.' This efiVct is produced by usiutt G. W. Lairds, Bloom of Youth," a harmless beautifier of. the skin. Will re move all Discoloration. Tan, Freckles and Sun-barns. The use of this delightful toilet preparation cannot bedetected. For sale by nil Druggists aud Fancv Goods Dealers Depot, 5 G -Id St.. New Yark. The True Grounds of Confidence. Whence comes that tlrui reliance, that absolute, tindotibting faith in the efficacy of Hostetter's Sto nach Bitters as a remedy for indigestion, bilious disordr-;-,;. Inter mittent and remitt nt fevers, whirh no torn.nsly prevail in all parts of the United States? This confidence I as been growing tor twenty years, and it is still extending It is not the result ol credulty; it has not been engendered by any human device, but is the spontaneous and natural conse quence of experience. What people see daily K'-injj n uuer their awn eyes they cannot question.'" When families in un healthy districts that resort to this whole snnie vegetable tonic, as a pri'ventive, and escape periodical fevers, and their imme diate neighbors, who neplect this- precau tion, are prostrated bv thed'nease, how i it possible tnnt the pheno'tienon "should bt without it,..lessoo.2 In like manner hen it is seen that obstinate cases of dyspepsia of liver complaint, of constipation, of ner vous weakness, and of general debility, yield to the operation of the famous reme dy, qow can even inerednlity itself with hold, its endorsement? Eye witnesses of the salutary effects 'f the Bittprs are to be found in every civilized settlement on this cortinent. Tlie thousands upon thousands who owo their restoration to health anrf'titrength, tr their preservation from -sickness, to its . extraordinary inedi c'nil properties arfe..- enthusiast ie. in its Piiir:u. ' The umltltades who rccomtuenil it in a nei;!iborly way. to their friends and acdnalntooces", aaweijs tiiose wbe make puiuic ftien1' eatlnrnte 5i its viiluea. are al. av ready to state their reasons 'tor the laith that .is m them. They have all eUl et felt or witnessed its beneficent operations. ADVERTISED! Ei ! S. TO TUE LADIES OF EDGECOMBE AND SURROUNDING C0UXTRT MRS. r i: I.l FsS II KIM E has iust returned from New York with one of tne most handsome Stocks vi MltLINERY AND Ever seen before in Tarboro, consisting of all THE LATEST STYLES IN HATS AND BONNETS. Also a Fine Selection of Dreaa Uoods aucn as JAP POPLINS, GRENADINES, LAWNS, PERCALLE3, And a great variety oarticle totmmerous to mention.' I mvite all the Ladies to come ana aee for ti emselves. as I take pleasure in snow ing Goods l assure ail my patrons that none hall leave uissausn, a. . . 100.000 SCRAP ' IRON f, : ANXEATTIIE , . wm April 4 1 in. TARBORO. Boot & Shoemaker O.C.:I)Q(jrGETT, ' Tarboro. N. C. : sPTho ia preparedto mjke all kjnds of BOOTS AND SHOES in the very beat stvle and workmanship. ' The very&neat F8ECH MLIXS UO OiK 0Lt LCATBLR only used fcr una jobs. Iguarantee a jterfoct fit in every instance or o sale,"1'! have beon.doing hmdner.a in Tar boro for tho past three years,- and, although obtaining a large share of public patronage, I have never et had one of my cuatomera to complain of a bad fit. I keep on hand for aale Hemlook Sole Leather and ' Russett Kip Skin, and anything else in my line Look at the bept tittini' Boots and Shoes worn by theo! and young men ot 'larborol Who mado them ? Wny, nobodv else but 0.' r. hOGGETT. who respectfully invites the public in general to give tii.n a trial. Tiie la'.est and most fash- Ktabl5 Leetc rfjncec" on hand. ap iMf LIB IK Are opening a lull Adapted to the Season. Jai) Silks, Jmi T?,ihr. a,. dine, Organdine, Leno, Grass Cloth, Seersuckcis, Percalles, Delaines and Xawns in DOLLY VAEDENS. ? ' " ' v . :-Also . full Lrse of White L. HEILBEOHEJR & BRO. Ate V Opening VelUsqlbeted Stoclo? lleadv L. HEILBRONER & BRO. Are opening fhiidrens, a Splendid Misses oots Slippers and Buskins. L. HEILBRONER & BRO. Offec their. eniire.Stock.at astonishinglvLo Figures. LI j1 U Di Vim V DDilTiTTIr ll. llUlJjDlLViVlil Are showing their Goods with pleasure to parties that may wish to examine their Stock. Call and convince yourself that pur assortment is com plete, and that we are selling goods at a very -small,, V- L. HEILBEdllM BilOTHEE Ct The following brands of Bleached always on hand: Hill, LansdaleJTriiit of Wamstatta aud -New ..York Slartin County amice's, parte . VATTS, J. V. BKFOEE W. F. CAMP, :,rainUSr, "! ) . :, s' , - . Civil Action. .r ICS, Defendant.) - SUMMONS AJSb) V AHllAN-T UF J A ttucbment. Ievied on Land. .Returnable 30th April. 1S72. Pobt $40 8o. Inloreft from 25tfcfunO, I3p9,: 4 i ii pll-ii. Mirtla County .Zustice'&foart. " : ''.. BEFORE.. W. W. W'ATTS, J. P. B.L. C.ByAN.riaintiff.) E. O. PRICE, Defendant. ) OU .JklONS AND WARRANT OF lO Attachment. Leviod on Land. P.eturnub 3fHh 'April, 1872. Debt, $24 85, interest fro i 19th February; 1868.. , ' ap ll-4t. Martin County. Jcstice's Court. BEFORE W. W. ViTATTS, J. P. JOHN W. tSHERROD, riainUJl ta. Civil Aotion. E. Q. TRICE. Defendant. ' ' J OU SIMONS AND WARRANT OF O Attachment. Levied on Land. Returnable 30th April. 1H72. Debt, interest from 2ith Noveoiber, 1368. apll-it. .Martin Cennty Justice's CoBrt. BEi'OKE W W. WATTS, J. P. D. W. LEWIS, FWntjft V ra. t E. G. PSICETiefendant. tlrfl Aotloa OUMMONS AND ARRANT OF J Atiachmact.. levied on Xard. Fetum ab . 3tith Arnl, lf7i Debt, $100. Interest ..o i g - (ag rgiit-vi 13 wm Line-'of LVidie.s flade 0-obds, TMI'JBT'O. Assortment of and Ladies iDiiuiiiriii per cent, . Domcstica the Loom, Mills New Jewelry Store.' TUTK SUBSlUMj.r.U HAS PER- -a- mauetitly located in Tsrboro. and w!l. ive his pemoaa.- attention to the rcj iiring o ' Fine Watches Clocks anil Jewelry. He ting ie years practical experience in t: basinets he guarantees good and flic."iit work at moderate price, and would rcnp rt fully Rolic.it a r.hnre of the public pMronot. ill keep constanilv on hand a liLa selec tion of iVotthts. Clorhn, Jticehy, Solid SUnr end Plated Wait, )cctarlet. tc. At prices low aa rn'n be'rundshed anywh,r. md every article guarantee d aa roDrcsonH' I upon a forfeiture of double the price paidor &. See Sign of the IJiij Watch. Kxt door to the old Gregory Hotel, op posite R. B. Alnop'a Htorc, liegpectfully,. , JAM$:S H. BELT,. Eef.r to Capt. Wm. IMrpa; H. D. Ti"'. Genl. W. G. Lewis; Wm. Bagley: J. B. t: held, and C. C.iauier. . maic,h 7-tf Tarboro, N. O. s' . The East Pericdicab of tha Qiy. THE GREAT EnglishQuarterhps ' AK - ' . Blaefe food's Ediukireit ,a;azin "' ' ItEPItTNTED Bf 1 - Tte'Leo'iiard Scott PnbHstiag Co., 140 Fulton, Street, New YorK. At about one-third the price cf the crifinala The tDisBt'BOH ReviEw? Tne Lomcoi QtraRTas.t Mtnzff, Tob IIej-tmixstee Ua-nr,- Tiit Br.-tih Qcjuitki.i.v Rkview. PubUshod Quarterly Jau.iary, April, Jn'y, October-'&pd ISiuckwood's KriKHcaoi'MA oazikb,' (a ftc-aimil9 ;f the origiuaL) i'ub lished Monthly. " " TSRMS-OF PU3f!CRIPT10N". Foraoycno Roview Hpr -uniua For Ar.v two Review ... 7 " Fiar tn tlyreo Review.; . . . .10 ' For a!l"foUr Rotiowt. .". . ". . .12 " Fjt ll.ck-ox)d's lIai?a7ioe-.!. " For I!lackwoo3 and on KSvitw..-7 ' For Iiiaokwooi 4 two lUTusr-tJ,li " For Diackwood and 9 ifcpewfi . . 13 " : For B;ckw&odi tb i Ueyiws 15 " Footage, two cents a number, v be prepi t Dy the Q.uarter at ti) otjoe cr C' tverr. ULUBS. A disccurt 1 twortv per cont. will Ke al lowed to cfcbs of fimr or more praoiiH. i Ji four copies ot LUvckwoo,! .,r of own ".fivt vr will be sent ta vzxe adiress !.Qt $12.80, four copies of the f jur lieviewn and iiackwuod ior $48, and so on. To clubs of ten or more, in addition to tha above discount, a copy gratis will be allox't-d to tho getter-up of the clnb. New Bubsciibera for tho yearl87 nifij havn, without c) largo, the nambers f"r tho lart quarter of 1871 of anch periodical). a Uioy may aubscribe for. f Or inutoad of tho above, new aubscrfer o ny two, three, or four cf the abive jeri"di t'aia, may have, aa premium, ono cf tl-ty 'Fuur iteviewa'for 1S71; Hub-ribera to)l live may uave two of the 'Four Reviews' fgr IS71. Keither prm;uiua to pubkcrd'era v.or dis count to cinba oa j be allowed unl t:i unv ia remittod direct t'i thf rubilaaerp. N'o preminma can be givon to iiub. Io secure preminma, it wiil be uoeaar7 to iiake early application, aa the stock iwauubib ' .'r that purpcae ia liraittd. Cirdulai-a with Inrtber partimlars isay bo ('iad on applicaiton. me iieonara jscotx fuDiisnirar tq.. 14U Fulton Pfret. New York. , Theleana---' 'Uishi-gCc, THE FARMER'8 GUIDE To auiiu... ... ii i.-i'-i a. .r.tUitiM. y Hekbt STEFBtva, F.R.H., LdinburR-h and he iate J. F. A'ouixj.v. I'ro cnor ol fxjientule vrien'.tnre in Yah. C olloe, Kew-Havcn. Tworoli. JioyattJctavo. 16 0 1 ;oa aud mmiroua i..npra'ing'9. Prloe, 7; by nmO. p-'ev-juvl. $p. .Tn 11 I'tc Shoes!