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.WAn.- 1 lie Tarboro' Southerner. Thursday, July 11, 1372 Messrs. Gkiffix & IIoFFMix, News paper Advertising Ageuts, No. 4. South Street, Unltimore, Md., are duly author ized to contract for adycUieii;ents at our ioicctit rates. Advertisers in that City nre requested to leave their favors with this house. - . mm m r Grand Excursion From Tar boro To "Teldon' A Grand Democratic JaLilca and limit cue tcill te given in IVcldon on Friday, tha V'h. Some of the most distiuyuihltalTTcakcrs of the United Stalls tcill he present. A tjnrtttl Train te7 leave Tarbom 'on Fr id-ay niorvhirj at j A. M. Yuniinj tcill have Wcldon at 7:10 I1. M, L1 everybody jo thai can ussolj County Executive Committse Join) S. Dane', Chairman. 51. 0- Bourne. Flanks. y. IJ. EharfC. Win. VAi'ms. Appointments cf tho Demo cratic Candidates for the County of Edgecombe- Lewis' Store, Saturday, Cth. Jitl wards Store, Monday the 8th. Nobles Hill, Thursday, the Uth.. Parterfield, Saturday, tho 13th. Sparta, Tuesday, tho ICth. I-jshoro. Thursday, tin? ISth. Cherry's Store, Saturday, tho 2'Uh. Laneaster's Store, Monday, the 22nd. PnUleboro, Wednesday, the 21th. Rocky Mount, Saturday, the 27th. Tarboro, Tuesday, the 30th. To County Executive Com mittees. Dkm. Con. Ckn. Ex. Cojr, Eidoigh, May 20th, 1872. The undersigned earnestly request? the Chairman of the ' 'County Executive Coiii--.uters" of iho Democratic- Conservative part? in this State", to send to hiin as soon m possible their names and addresses, had Vio (he names and addresses of our candi ttiitcs for the General Assembly and priuei- county officers'. ..' The Committer ako urgently leo'sta that our political friends completer f" 'the iarliest pivb!u tinte their ew.cicit. o.m--tion n: tts t-eve'.d coai',:3 town ships- Mt t?v r:pcr:5 of favorable to ottr cause, are. respeetlully requested to pr.1 lish tlds notice. liy cider of the Committee; J. J. LlTCHFORP. Secretary. rfoxTnEtrxER Jon Office- We would acrain 'all attention of tho public generally to the .supi ru.r inducements offered tor executing Job Work in the Soutrebnkr office. It will be done up in a style equal to tho best offices iu the couutry. at rate as low a !lio lowest, and with a promptitude oil h pai with the promptest. Vi'c assure rr luilchnaia and business xn.n in iicriU, that uow there is no necessi ty l"r them to send North to have their v.ovk printed, such as bill-heads, letter-heads. tVc. I.-ae your orders with the SorTHhaxi;i: ofhV---- the saiao will be filled iu manner ipial r.ces- to V"M" wishes both in style nn 1 thus eiieonrag'ug home tuterpiist-. To the Voters of Edgecombe County- We are authorized to announce Col. J! Jvi:iL:ht, tin a CaiiJid.it fof ' the oilic W. if Sin rilt nf E'lgecombc County at tho jii.'ii to be he id in August nNt. clee tf. The Iladical iiaTu rs in the State are dis- d tvuth of the negro Ku aiti ii ,'e in tJ.is phit-e on Thursday. o Wl ;foritvcrv s.-r'ioi'.slv interferes with cue of their pet schemes of throwing ad th ; l inden of Ku Klusism upon the Dem-HTatie party. But H is true; and the proof is conclusive sliat it was a d.-libcrato plan to mrrder a Democrat oa account of his political feel ings. . I.vt us hear no more of Democratic' Ku KUix. Th.u'sraVs celebrated Cot tin Gms ti -satisfaction gncrrtntced. Jy.l-tf. J. B. COVFLKhD. -.riss Jeaxik PATTEnaor This beautiful "ii J gifted daughter of the'South wa? in our town during the past week. Siie eaine to our community with testimo nials of which the proudest might be proud. For a succession of nights the inclemency df the weather prevented any recitation. On Satorday night, notwithstanding it wiLs still inclement, quite afrp'-pectrdile audi i nee greeted the appearance -et:Miss Patter son. All went away perfectly charmed and &. light -d. Oa Moui,y nlgtt a'A classes of our citizens turned cataiul tho Court House was tilled wi th a most appreciative and high ly expectant audience. Miss Patterson left on Tuesday" morning for Warrenton and other jiromiuent places in tlie Shite and to thecitiztns of each we coi.fuli.nlIv commend her. The South kkn'er will be sent to ary adiiicss during the campaign for the small i:m of Fifty cents for four months. Thk Female College. Owing to the un tiring exertions of Capt. Fred Phillips and one or two other gentlemen, the handsome Hum of twelve thousand, five hundred dol lars have been subscribed towards the estab lishment of a First class Female College in this place. It is proposed to commence operations as soon as fifteen thousand is secured. Of tho amount a'ready subscribe! ten thousand dollars have been taken in Tar boro, and mi appeal is hereby mrde to the people of Edgecombe, outside the limits of towu, to come forward and swell the amount to twenty thousand dollars. The people f the country are s' much, if not more, in terested in this matter than the peoile of Tarboro. They have more girls to educate and send much the largest amount of money L-oin home for that purpose. Therefore, let themcomo forward lib ral ly, and settle, by their subscriptions, the fact that hereafter Edgecombe County shall have within her own borders an extensive an ( high toned Femalo Coliege. n Tin; 1th of July, as celebrated hero last Thursday, was nothing but n disgraceful "hibition of Itadical malignity, hatred and drunkenness. To those who once held that day honored, it must hao been humiliating to witness th" orgies carried on in the name of Iiadi ealism, After a laborious session of scvera weeks t Kaleigh as Juryman in the TJ. S. Court, Miniouson has returned to his moro legiti mate post of duty that is his, barber shop indcr the Howard Hotel. ''all and see J. B. Coffield if you ivn-it to "irehaso a No. 1 Cotton Gin. Jv. A-tf. i Ror.itr.RsiNa The work on the Bank i.miuingoi Messrs Geo. Howard and Wm. o. I. .ii ue is ooing hurried rapidly forward j no cellars have been dug out and the walls aro risiv in nil i.; I.... t . i.w months another handsome brick struc ture will rdorn Main street adding, dignity and ,fr.rmnce to the place. It affords ns Hens ure to wit new this awakening on the i -art )i the capitalists of Tarboro. : . 'tis said that more cotti blooms are vear V 8 an at tbe same tlme many '1 he largest and boot lot of Trusses ever n the market cAn tin fuin,! ii... t "1 Vlt. L. L.STATON. - - . - - , ' ' iiuj Cflorts of the Federal tdniinls'ralion lo carry the August Election Es. Senator Abbott. Tho following is a telegram from Wash ington City to the JSew lork irtbune: "Washington, June 30. The Grant party are devoting all the en ergy which they possess and all tho great resources of tho AdminietratioTi to the cam paign in North Carolina. Everything is subordinate to that object; and every device which it is supposed call in anyway assist toseenre mo uesirou enu. is tesortea to. As that is the State'in which the election takes place first, it is deemed of the highest importance to carry it in -the iutcrest of the Grant party. It is believed that the moral efi'ect in favor of Grant, of a success in North Carolina, would be yerv great. Mon ey is used with a lavish hand. It is repor ted, on undoubted authority, 'that vviihin a lew days past a prominent supportea of Grant, supposed to be ex-Senator Abbott, went to JSew York to obtain' money to be used in the canvass; and that he obtained $25,0UO, aud boasted of it in this city. Du ring the remaining mouth, before the elec tion, speakers and money without limit will be sent to tho Slate, to carry it for the Grant party." Big Day in Wfldoa on the 12tast. Ten Thousand People ExpeeteiTrhe Cam paign Opened Grand Hass Sleeting. We aro authorized to announce that there vi ih be a grand Mass-Meeting, Hpeaklug, Bar becue, Ac, in Weldou on Friday, tho Pith inst. Distinguished orators are expected to Jvc present Senators Thurmaa, 11. air and Gov. Vance, with other noted speakers, will nr! chv ps the people. Accommodations for several thousand will bo made. Everybody mU'ttum out and give an attentive ear to the political issues of tho day, whieh subject will bo thoroughly manipulated by the speak ers. A bountiful dinner and barbecue. All friends of cocsututzoiuU liberty invited. , Kaily for Justice, Huniauity, iaberty. -necial nreoaration niado tor the accommo dation of ladies. The liailroad will transport visMors mile. at very reduced fair, cent per Grand Mass Meeting is RXt-htgh. It is announced that there will be a grand mass J meeting m Kaleigh, on Tuesday, July the 16th, of Conservatives, Democrats and Lib eral llepnblieans, which .will, be addjicssed by distinguished speakers from all parts of tho couutry. . " ' lion. Carl Schurz, Sena'tc't Trumbull, Gen Francis P. Blair, Gov. Walker, of Vir ginia, and other, caineut orators have been invited, and are expected to be present. It is desired to make this affair one of the most imposing demonstrations thiJ. has ever been held in North Carolina; Weuon on Feiday, tkkIStw instant. The grand mass meetirg e.Ttd. barte.tne fet Weldon; on Friday, the 12th iistaut, is ei peeted to be a great sriccess. Every one fhoald aVil himself of the opportunity of he?ing Schnrz, Trumbull, Thurmau, Wal ker, Ilintou, lliiusom and Yanca on tlMtf interestiu" occasion. . SfiLL Thky Comf. Tarboro jsertiinTy putting on new lile. During ll'past ntouth we hr.ve noticed the erection commence ment of three large Urick Stores on Main street, owned rtsp.ee lively by llessrs. Pen der, Gatlin & Co., Howard & IJaitle, and JJ. D.Tee!- It a fiords us pleasure to add another to the list: Mr. J. li- Coffield has aheady given out the contract for the construction of a handsome and extensive two story I'riek Uuilding on the corner lot known as the ilicks lot, andfoimerlv owned by the M asouic Fraternity. fcIt will jiiobably ba the largest biisines.; house in tovn, hiving some forty feci front. We understand it is the intention of Mr Coffield to devote tho upper story to the purpose of a Town Ilall. Pender, Gatlin &. Co.. ara selling genu ine Cucumber Wood Pumps (.vith or with out m- tal lining) "ith all the new improve ments for ten dollars. Before purchasing, examine thj lilno Pump in Court House Well. It works to perfection. Every pump is warranted. Also Cotton Gins for ale. Qy.ll-lm. Pinrur.XlNo to Ilia" First T.ovk. By ref er nee to oar advertiar columns it "will be 5een that Mr. John W. White has returned to his old business of Cabinet Malting and Undt-rtakii.g. , - 1 his is a business In which Mr. White is well versed, and in his large and wtli con structed establishment on Pitt Street, uaar tho Odeuheinier Livery Stab'es, will bo found every facility for sending out work in the very best style. A Wanton Falsehood. We nn derttand that certain iladical parties are stating upon the stump that the Democratic Candidates never offered or proposed to incite joiut appoint ments for tb2 campaign in the county. This statement is not only a most dcpicriEle trick to cover their own fear ol ineetin onr candidates but it .is a palpable Lie, by whomsoever pcr petrated. We had the honor of bearing a let ter from. Mr. Iourne to Mr. McCabe, both being the highest Representa tives of their respective parties, pro posing joint appointments. This letter' was delivered in the pres ence of not less than Jour of thVliadi cal Candidates, and its purport was distinctly understood. After full de liberation and consultation Mr- Mo Cabe informed us that his party declin cd the propositioii. We then eered him upon his polit ical cowardice and fear, when he re torted I hat "he supposed he koew his business best." We, therefore, uoori our own re sponsibility nail th's lie to the counter. Who will repeat it? At tho request of Hon. D. II. Barringer, chairman of tho Democratic-Conseryative State Executive Committee, we publish aDd will keep standing in our columns, for a few issues, tho following abstract of the election law, now in force in this State. ' It was pre pared with care by a member of said com mittee, and may bo reliod on. Kemember there must bo four separate tickets for four separate boxes, . viz: 1st. Governor and other State officers; 2d. Members of Con gress; 3d. Members of the General Assem bly; ith. County officers. Have your tickets all rhjht and put them in the rhjht box. The following are the only qualifications required of any voter in the State: lie must be a male person twenty-one years of age or upwards; a native or natu ralized citizen of tho United States; and must have resided in this State twelve months next preceding the election, and thirty days in the county in whieh he' offers to voie. Any person possessing tho above qualifications is entitled to register. Senti- Temperance. The Temperanco Society here continues in good working order, hav ing now between 50 and CO regular mem bers. The interest enlisted in its welfare. though- not so' ardent as when it was first organized, continues unabated. At a meet ing held on last Friday night in June, tho following officers were chosen for the ensu ing year: President Rev Jos Wheeler Associate Dr J H Baker ' Ex-President E It 'Stamps Chaplain liev Geo W Green Secretary K Whitohurst 1 veasurer O VY ilhams Financial Secretary II II Shaw umoicior liewis ivaiKcr Assistant Conductor Louis lender ' Inside Sentinel F L Spivey . Outside Sentinel J F Stokos. Enquirer John Everett, sent to the Penitentiary for ten. years, has been pardone'd ' Ly the Governor. Wake up your Clubs and send fcr' the SouriiERNKit during tho carapa1gu:' . Only fifty cents for fouruiontha. " -Itovvland's celfhralcd Cotton Gius fir ili j by J. B. COFFIELD. Jy.i.f . Kitchen vs Thomas. Wc have already referred to the discus sion between Capt. Kitchen and Judge Thomas at Newborn. We now find the following particulars iu the Newben Jour nal of Commerce: "Mr. Thomas opened the discussion and made the speech he usually declaims, when addressing this community. Lau dations bf himself, and Worshipping praise of Sraut arid 'radicalism, with full blown admiration and hearttelt love for the dear negro who has done so much for him that his whiue brethren left undone these,' Witlji stereotyped abuse ot his opponents, formed the sum and substance i ot bis great speech. Capt. Kitchen rose to rel ly, and it was soon evident that ho was juite famil iar with the record of his opponent. He fearlessly pitched in, and as with ruthless hands he exposed the glaring inconsisten cies of the political life of Mr. Thomas, the shouting radicals became silent, and they showed by their a tion and conduct how much they regretted their chosen companion should have been guilty oftha filly of dividing time with our candidate. Capt. Kitchin among other good hits made tlu; following: he had been twitted with his want of a thorough education do one could regret more than he, and he charged Mr. Thomas with being iu a great degree respo siblo for it. That gentle man, by signing the ordinance of secession and taking the State out of the Union had forced him to give up the advantages of an education, and to seek, musket in band, to uphold the honor an 1 the fame of his good old mother, North Carolina and while he was thus imperiling his life at the front, the honorable gentleman safely in the rear was keeping niinaclf otflcesidoup with great success. Mr. Thomas expressed great regret at having signed tbe ordinance of secession, : arid stateKt that he had repented sincer-'ly lor the commission of the great crime of his life, into which he had been led by the force of circumstances Mr. Kifculu rejoined that the gentleman had been leadinga life of p litic,-ib repen tance lor ir?ore tfean eighteen yc's; add though he boasted that an old negro had told Uim thaf he jj'ho negro) could sleep seedreiy While-Mr-: Thomas was v?atchiug his interests in Congress, yet the old dar key had bette.be careful, or he would wake up some morning and find that Mr. Thomas had been undergoing another one of hU .'veffbdycSl fits, of repentance that Mr. TUoraas had commenced political life asa whig, iid oa bei'ng beaten in his uative county; Carteret, he repented of his whiggrj-y and became a Know Nothing, tho popularity of that party waning he 'pern tad himself tfeaiu and became a Buch- an.iiv democrat, auu though some nad ex prcsse'ij surprise he clung to the dern c racylyears with Snusual consistency, that tlw " democratic party still remained in iower and true to the great principles of Ins life, a love for the winning side, the gentleman clung with ttuatity to the suc cessful democracy. But the hour of rc rcntaneo was aW hand. The democracy was beaten in 1S70, and in a moment, in the twinkling ofan eve, the gentleman re pented of his Ureckenridgo secession democracy, and became a llohlcn '-watch and wait" policy man. The fact is, the gentleman has been repenting, and sin ning and repenting, politically, since. 1X51 and it will require but one suud defeat of radicalism to place the gentleman aga:u upon the "otuy! of repeiitaucc." There was oue doctrine, or political dotna, clearly euunciated by Mr, Thomas last night whieh yo'nr correspondent taiaks should cause his defeat eve-ii in l is' oyer whelming radical district, and it wc'tiM do so, il both races were true to their nat ural in? tin-its, and to the first law of nature and pre-eiva'ioa. . The 4opuiue ot fecial equality with tho negro vas boldly 'pro claimed and advocatei', and it was cfiirm ed that tho mission of th,- radical party wxjuld not be eiicied till tUoir equality was secured. lu tl.W ccmicfttion,, his negro isteners were invoked to continue their devotion to Grnt apd Radicalism till they hnd force.! the White uvin to grant every tlung-that the most- piwotmced and bitterly li) naucal radical had ever demand ed fef then. -- " C-onccrrlins; fhi sjitech f Judge Thom- flK in tin. t iiuci-i-stfkri linturiii'i) him -liiii Capt. Ivitchin, e.i last Thursday, at New bern,.we nis-ke the following extract from the Journal oj commerce- V ter not nmscnt t t.ho li-cii5jiin between Mr. Kitchin and Mr. Thomas; but many wno were tiierc aOirm that Mr. Thomas did advoeit socinl i-mialitir lie- twcetithe races that he did assert lh.it tlie mission of tho radical party would not h fnllv nf-rnnirklitfhoil fill if li-trl f.,rnd the white man to give the negro the right hand ol fellowship ia the public streets, admitted him to all ihe rights, privileges, &c, enjoyed by tho whito man in onr churches, theatres, hotels and public schools, till it. had driven the white man to give me negro, tne hand ot an equai in the parlor, as well as in the street.1 ; Chaste, Eloat and BEArTiFun are ivords well and truly applied to the Stieffs Pianos. In no pranch of mechanism nas there been so much improvement and so active a rivalry as in the Piano manufactory of America, jt is conceded that we can excel the World, end the fame of the American piano is world-wide. The enterprise of our manmacinres nas Known no limit, ana tne perfection attained by Mr. Cbas. M. Stien' lias been as marked in onr land as tho en terprise of our laud has been marked in the world. Professors, amateurs, learners and critics are united in their opinions,, and, as with one voice, they commend' over all others the Stieffs Pianos, containing, as it does, durability and musical excellence, in sound is pure and liquid, with iuteiiuty of tone and great volume, and" thero is a'great harmony in its modulations, so. that its chords are sweet and'-pcrfeclf, -freo from tho dull and lifeless metallic hirshjiess, too often found in -other- instruments, in tho nice adjustment cf the key-board every pro vision isL-niade fotlhe 'ease and comfort of the performer, the action is sensitive and tho most delioato touch produces the most thorough , effect, with a certain degree of brilliancy which ia highly appreciated and cannot be too much admired, altogether the most judicious instructors commend these pianos as unequalled and the most artistic of performers, among whom may bo men tioned Strakosch, Rosa, Richings, Dietrich, and others, speak of them with enthusiasm and emphasis. The durability of the Stieflfs 1'ianos are tested by bis supplying sixty Southern schools with two hundred Pianos and over (1200) twelve hundred Souther ners who have bought the Stieff's Pianos since tho close of the war. m Tns Americas Odd Fellow for July begins the 14th volume' of this sterling magazine, t he new volume opens grandly, being replete with first-class family reading and fraternal intelligence. Among tho con tents are: Dick Moon, tho Pedlar, a capital story; the Conservatory at Washington, il lustrated; Thoughts on Odd Fellowship; Scientific and Curious tacts; Useful Infor mation; Humors of the Day; the Pa tnarehs Greeting; Products of Pino Forres t, illus trated: An Odd Fellow Abroad; Letter from iSnKland; the Darwin aua Agassiza Theories of Man's Origin treated from Christian standpoint; choice poetry and miscellany; Tidings from tho Fraternity everywhere; Laws of the Order; full ac counts of thclAjiniversarv Jubilee. &o., &c. 2 50 a year, including a superb premium oicture. Published by the A. O. F. Assoc iation, No. 37 Park liow, New York Oanvass in thk Count?. it is some gratification to know that, notwithstanding all tho efforts of the whito iiiidieal leaders a goxdly number of the colored people attend and geuemlly "iisU'ii attentively and respect- iullv to whnt they have to sayi Theso eeiitlonieu are ooiug thero wholo duty in the canvass and they feel some5 assu rance that their work will; not pixye en tire lv fruitless. ' ' A certain class of tho colored peoplo of the County the more intelligent and re spectable aro beginning to appreciate tne right to exercise their own judgment, regardless of the dictation ot a few unscrup ulous whito loaders, and consequently they are not, afraid to. defy this self appointed authority and are f willing to hear both sides. For tho Southerner. Chowan Baptist Female In stitute. It was my pleasure- to te present at a portion of the Commencement Exercise of this flourishing Institution ' located at Murfreesboro. The annual sermon was preached by Rev. Levi Thome,. of New borne, on Tuesday'. July 2nd at 8 o'clock, 1?. M. I did not reach . thoie i.ii tinjo to heaT this, but it vfas highly spoken .pf. by thos who were, present,. .., - '.' . Wednesday, July ijfd.'att) A. M.'an im mens crowd tilled the spacious Chapel to hear the reading of the essays of the grad uating class. These were as follows- r;The Crow sings as. sweetly as the Nightengale, when nobody listens," Mias Eunice A. Benbow, gast "lena, N. C. 8. "To-Jay our Graduating Day Toil-orrow," Miss Sallie M. Brewpr, Wake Forest, N. C. 3- Beauties of Nature smiles of God's love,'' Miss Mittio A. Jones, Catawba co., N. C. . 4. "The World of Affection Woman's World," Miss Mittia E. Eiey, Suffolk, Va. 5. "Onward," Miss Mollie D. Yalentine, Winston, N. C. 6. "A Voyage on a Sunbeam," Miss Alice E. Luke, Elizabeth City, N. C, , 7. "Wo'vo sought to grasp the ijjuushiue, and only found the Shade,'' Miss Lizzie Winsate, Wake Forest,. N. Q. 8. -Fashion," Miss Cafria W. Tayloe, Hertford Co., N. C. 9 "Into each .Life some Rain-must fall," Miss Sallie G Bass, Warsaw, N, O. . These e-says were read by various gen tlemen pioeiit and the reading was iu ter.persjed with delightful music by the young ladies of the Institution. The es says themselves were exceedingly good, gjrnc ingenious and humorous; others stir rjng and even pathetic-Allvtdoserved a more extended notice than can be given here. President McDowell followed, announ cing that nearly half tho Students have been abt!t f roiri no duty during the ses sion, and that sunc have been perfectly punctual fotf as nnuy i.4 six sevsiorts. He ho also; stated that their room's are full arid they are compelled to enlarge their buildings to have proper accommodations. The number last session was m re than oao hundred, ddring th year lltf. After an intermission. Rev. Jj C. Hiden, of Wilmington, delivered the Annual Ad dress. His subject was . Simplicity" which was ably discussed and illustrated with spiey Ai?ecdots. The speaker show ed himself able to make his audience laugh and to. make them cry. lint he rendered himself unpopular especially among tho young ladies, by his strictures on operatio music, whieh was to forai a largo part of tho concert. J-iiis ramo on at uigut auu uiu iun e. cuh to the skill of tha young ladies and the abil ity, as teacher-t, of Mrs. Myrick and her assistants. About midnight tha large crowd d;spered well pleased with the enter tainment given them. G. W. G. . '" ' The Row on' Tiiua.iniy Wni ale Ku Klux. Ever, since the- war the Radical party in tho Stato have been engaged iu charging almost every out age upon the white Ku Klux and thereby making cap ital at tho North. The .cowardly negro Ku K'ux attempt on Thurseay last gives the lie to such assertions." It is within our power to prove beyoud the possibility of doubt that tho assai-.it upon our life was arranged beforehand. The Rads, a few degraded white and negroes, smai 0n u nder our blows in the Soi.'THEP,Ni;a for -thepaat six years, had res.dved to close our career with knife, pist ol and stick on that occasion. They tailed but they are none the less guilty of ti e dastardly crime of Ku-Kluxistn. All this fuss. about the Democratic Ku MU.x thus fails tothe groun I or id offset by Radical Ku Klux. , It is lo be hoped that this 'Outrage by the Radical party will close their mouths upon the subject. Let Democratic speak ers and writers make the most of ii. B.viTLjs TRrA at Lkwis' Stouk. Our candidatos spke at Lewis' Storeon Satur day last to a lare crowd of w hites aud blacks. Battle Bryan was the only Radi cal cand'due present, and he was granted the privilege, a privilege refused our speakers at Radical appointments, or cur tailed to the shortest imaginable time tc speak as long as he chose. , . .- T- ' lie g"t up '-noratsd''. for a considerable while, when some old understanding colored man in tb6. crowd put to him this simple, but yet searching question ' How abirut that herring "soup?" Battle wilted, leaving, however, a siua'.l remnant of his late' operations as sheriff, which was speed ily demolished in a most refreshing man ner by Mr. V. B. Sharpe. Battle didn't make much out of that attempt at beard ing tne tton in ins aen ana tne coio:;ea people seemed fc enjy mbstr his discom- uiure. J. B. Coffield is selling the cheapost ana bwt Cottoa-Gin iu Eastern CVrolina. Jy. Doing Them Harm. The few intelligent aud thinking white ltadjcals. In.Jbls County do not besitato to express their deep regret at the Ku-Klux outn&e by their ' party on Thursday last They teal that by it a great julitieal weapon has been taken from their hands. That, hereafter, all the cry ol Ku- Kluxisnv cannot be couS tied to the Demo cratic party. ihe consequently look remarkably sick and forsaken. The great maiority'- df their party would no doubt be rejoiced to'see ns pnt bnt of the way, for as Editor of tne SouIherneb we have scored them at all" times for their baseness, frar.S and corruption, bnt the ablest among them see that such ati out raged has done their partv incalculable in jury and consequently they appear serious fcc, Ac, &c. In Limestone County, Texas, on ,26th June 1872, at the residenca of the Brides Father, by Elder John Hatton, Mr." Jos W. PiTTMAN. late of Edgeconibe, and Miss Martha C. daughter of Judge B. F. Burns, of Limestone county.. ". r .... . At Eutaw, in'Limestone County Texas, at rthe esidence of the Brides Father, on Juno 2Gth, Mri. Mm. T. Bdess and Miss Eijzabkth Price, all ot Limestone County D I E D . In Goldsboro, on the 4th inst, of typhoid fever, Alexander Augustas Evans, son of the late Dr. Augustus C. and Eiiza C Evans, aged 18 years and 8 months. In N orfolk Va., on the 6th inst, at the residence of Judge Biggs, infant son of George A. and Delia M. Cotton. At her residence near Eockv Mount, on tho 3d inst., Mrs Vesta Kied, wife ofDavid Iicid. . On tho 25 inst, after an illness of several months, Mrs. Margarwtt Thounton, wife of J. J. Thornton, of Nash county. On the 20 th of Jnne, near, Iiingwood, Halifax county, Hobt. J. Vinson, about fifty years. aged On the 25th of June, after an illness of severai months, Mrs. MakgaketThobnton, wife of J.J.Thornton, of Nash County Special Town aiicl' Blatters. County l,00o Ounces cash. Quinine for, sale loiy fo ' l; l. statcn. ,o: ! Dr. It. L.' STATQN,' has the largest and best 'Jot ot Paints and Oils in Tarboro. ', ;ot Drngs,- Pint8 and Medicines for sale at tho Drug Store of Dr. L..L.STATON . :0: Chandeleirs Lamns. am?J.:inii) Fix- tures of the : latest and improved styles, for . STATO N. sale by L. L .uic Subscribe for the Campaign Soi'Xorwalfc, Conn, only fifty ccutrf. i AMS, Ajjent Taiboro, N.C. I.L'ljjn-'l.i lit bPECIAL NOTICES: Midsummer Maladias. The hot solar rays that ripen the har vests generate many distressing diseases If the liver be a t all predisposed to irreg ularities, this iathe season iu which bil lious attacks may be anticipated. A weak stomach, too, bj weakest in the summer months, and the loss of vitality through the pores by excessive perspiration is o graf, that a w.ljolriniwi tonic, Combining also the' properties of a diliusive stimulant n nHe'exhifiraht, is ih Ei&uy c?.es necessary to health, and tinder no circum stances shauhl be dispensed with by the sickly and debilitated. Of all the prepa ration intended thus to refresh, sustain, -and. fortify the human frame, thero is uone that will cjmpaic with Hosteller's Cele brated Stomach bitters. They have been weighed iu the balance of experience and not found wanting; have been recomonded from tiie first as a great medicinal specific not as a beverage, and iu spile of inter ested opposition from, innumerable quar ters, stand, after a: twenty years trial, at the head et ail proprietary me iiciues iu leaded for- the prevention and euro of alt ordinary complaints of the stomach, the liver, tho bowels, and the nerves- In the dnhealty districts bordering tho great rivers of California, liostettes Stomach Bitters ntay be classed as the standard one for every species of intermittent and remittent fever. The people who inhabit those districts, placo tho most implicit confidence in the preparation a uoufii dwice is increased evcty year by the re sult of its operation. As bitters, so called, of tho most perni cious character, are springiug up'hke fun gi on every side, the public is herehy foreirarnc4 against the drain-shop frauds. A' for,J.Io8iiiUet' Biiturs, s3 iht the label, etc, are correct, and. remember that the genuine. ariiclo is never SeJJ iu bulk, but iu boules only. Tetter, Salt Iiheutn an I alt Skin Dis eases cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi cal Discovery. The People's Stamp of Va:.tjk. The Government, eudors.Sm mt, which legalizes tho saie of PLANTATtox Butkrs, is not tho only stamp afliXt-d to that famous Vegetable Tonic. Ir bears, in addition to that official sanction, the still. more valu able Stajip ofciiLic Arru'i;..T!ox. Thig iuesiiniabidr voucher of its rare proper tics a a Tonic, Corrective and Alterna tive, is of much earlier date than the Gov ernment credential; for millions of sick -ersotis had pronounced it the Grand Speciflo of. the Ago lour before Congress thought of taxing proprietary medicines. It is unnecessary to iep.-at, in detail, the properties of this wenderlul Vegetable Iu vigorant. The best references th vt can be o.Hgred to thoso who desire the fvt'l par t.Ictilara'.of iis virtues, !s'tho Coneral pub lic. Ask thig j who. lave tried it as a remedy for dyspepsia, constipation, bil liousncss, intermittent fovors, nervoji debility,, rhetita itisni, sea sickness, low Spirits, or loss of vital power, waat Plati tatiou Bitters his done for them, ai:d be governed by tho riiyons-J tiiey make to your intpiiries- Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilia & Quseu's Deligfet,. This valuable preparation cmibinos p.ll the Medicinal virtues .which' long erpevi enco has proven to possess tho most safi and tfficieai Alterative and deobstnieiit properties. Air tha euro of Scrcf'.il i, Ki ng's Evil, White, Swellings, Ulcers, (Jtvicerous end Indcr'eut Tumors, Mercarh.-I an-.: Syphilitica Affections, Eiilargu.eut and Ul ceration, of thu Bones, Giaii'-is, v of t he Wound, Spleen and Kid ieys; all the va rions Diseases of tho Skin, suc-i aj Tet ter, Ringworms, B.iiJs, Pimpl'us,. Sore Eyes, &c; Nervous aiiections, I) o;sy, and all diseases originating iVo::i a deira ved state of the Blood. Als , mmy ali'cc lic:M peeuliar to Females, as Sup; eosiu'i , lrwatanif, LieuorraiEX, or irmt.es, ster ility, Ovarin and Uterine Dropsy, &c. It is Purely Vegetable. "VVhilo using Dr- Tutt's Liver IMs, no restraint of diet or yccupatimi ss njces sarj. You miy eat or drink as usual. They aro purely vegetable. Dr. Tutt',1 Hair Dye leaves lous TiiUs- nc Hidica- A D V E UT I S C.U L:X TS. s', t HEREBY GIVE NOTICE TO all persona that they aro forbidden fishintr Irt'Doop Creek,-on my piantatioL, otherwise than with hook and lino. Parties found tranj fressiBg ; day - cxpeet to recoiyo the full penalty or the law. J. B. SHAHPE. June27-4t , n. WIIITL0CK & CO. Offer the following articles at low prices. Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, White Aiinen ai d Cotton Bosom S! irts, Figiued Cheviot Shirts and all kinds of Shirts, a full assortment of Gen tlemen's TJuderwcar or. the Summer, the largest variety ard latest' stylos of Neck Ties, Bows and Collars, I inc-ri and Cam bric Handkerchiefs, Culls in Lhior aud Paper, and everything that is usually kppt in a first-class ijentiemans rnrnishmg Store you can get. at cur eslahlinhment. We are in constant -communication with our partner at Kicnmona, ana ate tnus enabled to 811 an7 order that niav b-s left with us forucb Roods as we have not on hand." QUI and see ns and we will sell jou ths" best goods m this or any other town in the Stato. Kespacttullv, ; - , li. w"infLociv & co. Y mak Clothing to order and warrant them to fit . . . TO TBE FE0PLE OF EDGECOMBE. THOMAS L. JJUJillOUGJIS, HN W1UGHT, Is prepared to build GlU IICLSES, COTTON SCREWS AND RUNNING GEAK, by contract or by the clay. Cotton Gius put in good onlcrfor use. and repairs doi)e on any of the above work ni reasonable rates. Draft of work accompanied with bills ot lumber drawa and maue out correctly, ano very cheap. Persons desiring any woi k of the above description will do well to cal upon T110S. L. DURUOL-GIIS, mch24-i Tarboro. N. C. A. idler Sr. & Co., WHOLESALE CL0THIBES. 20IV-AIiV'ST., NORfOLK, Va. June NO f ICE. rpilE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING QUALI J fled as administrator de boiis non of Thomas F. Cherry, deceased, hereby noti ties all persons having claims against the said deceased to present them, duiy au- then tica ted,, to tbe subscriber, on or before Oiuef. ; - i 10nable w, A. !.. lb7o. Pei- St. fUNe'il. N C will ii lease A I) VM, II JltUm&&mixuJJtil a i v i: iiv i s i: n k x vs. CLASSICAL AXD MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL, TALLY HO, COAWILLE CO., If. C. T. J. HORNER, I W. D. HOEXEIJ, f rINCIPAI-s- TUB FALL TERM OF THIS KCHOOL opvus the 2nd Momlav in Jlv.e 'J bu price ofRoa.l and Tu;iiou Is eiglity dollari per rcsrtiou of . twenty. veeKs. AiTangeme-nti? j:ae Keen m.-vl o (mi. v rt-ndents fron Praiikiint. a to lally ila, wllfioutcxtia charge. For particulars address either principal, June 20-lm oxroiii) "igh School, OXFORD, N. J. K. II. HORNER, - . , H. GKAVES T""Vh T HE FIRST TEUM OF T1IESCIIOL ,a.stic your of 1ST2 '73 will becin the 4th Monday in Julj. Circulars, setting forth the several courses of study and other particulars, sent on 6'.licaticn. June 20 5t. RALEIGH Female Seminary THE FIFTH SESSION Wii. OPEN On nil lS7i. Seven experienced Teachers engaged. A neat but cheap uniform is worn by the Slulcnts. Board and session of five English Tuition months. per Apply for Catalecno. F. P. 110J3GOOD. A. M. June 20 (it. Principal. Bv. V ovlhington's . Family Medicine, Well-known and extensively used For Twenty Years, AS WcrtfcingtoiTs Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine. nuns OLD FAMILIAR AND -L well established rcmedv. eidovq tlm singular fortune of b, lug em'loised and re cuiiimeiided by the most emiin.-iit medical men in the United states aud Europe, wmeh cannot belaid of boa- similar jk-epiiration lieforrs the pul he. This argument sloue, offers evidences uu.U' suii- ieaUottkQ rpudul att.-uhon of ail. ih 3des being a ppe-eifio for lian-ha;a, Dysen tery, (jf'lic, .summer Oomptaiut of, Chia-en. aud paifSSiiatfoctions of the bowek gent-rally it is a finrnbefacioiit Liniment, nud lias been success-! ui:y usedis suoh in tho treatment of Kncuoiaiism, Scuralsia, Tun'Ors, bago, Sciat'ra, &t., tt. Lum- CERTiriCATKS. Oiiiee of Purveyor GenoraZ for Wta-te ol Xorili Carolina. ( 1:alkigk, X. C, June 2;l, lrfi2: Dr. Worthington's Cholera mid Diarrluea MeUieice has lim enjoyed a reputation in this .state, both hi cad out of the arm v. ltespect- fiihy, e. "vaki:l;. Office r-f r.urgecu General, C. S. A; j EicnMosD , Ya., Aug. 25, 1S72. j U Dr. Worth in Eton can furnish hirsw ouan- f tifki-ijfiiiR'dicint-. we will place it hi the arrnv as a remedy in bowel affections. S. P. ilUOitE, .Surgeon Geuw-al C. S. A. Thp Tollowiniir Ss'ffoin one of the cleverest medical men ia Yirgicia & tiumitom CorsTv, Va.. I?5'8. - Dr. U. H. Wdrthington Dear sir: I have used your medicine in many canes of bowel ili ae for which vim prescribe it. and in ev ery instance its enocts uave eseeeded my i-an-garao crpi-ctiitions. I regard it as an impor tant addition to the list of family rnrrlk-ineti. . - O. D. BARHA3I, il. D. TV. F. College, Muhfbeiboiio, N. C. ) July 15, ls5S. Dr. Worthington De,ar Hir: I conceive1 it to he iny duty t o you, and to the public equa'.'y, to testify that in-a eontant family uic ot your Biarrlux-a and Cholera Medicine during the lusf three roars, ! liavfe found ii-of -Hiiftnl-iug eiIcicy, not only in that class of diseases for which it was speciflieally tlc-'isrred, but also in many others of totally chilert nt charac ter. While it is of priceless viu'ue in Diarrhoea, Dysontt-rv and 6'holerj infantum, it i scarce ly if at all, less eflicienjiiu ncrvoaa. affc-tions reneraHy, audits an ftdj'inct iu fevi r .:nd ague, would also recommend it, especially as . a remedy for brrui. In the cae of one of mv little daughters, v.iio was dangerously scalded quite recei:tiy, it effected a speedy and laairie--vt cm-e. A'ot even the Bihrhtcst scar remained termit me in a word, grivtiii'ully to aspuro yon i:at f consider it the very best family i"edi jiue I have ever tri'Jd.' If thu brief ptf.tement .'in I'e of service to you, ytu are at hbeitv to nseit. Very rtsrt-ctfui'v, WILL LOl-TON nARGR-VVE. -fi-ita.vr BsinoE, VA.,':Oetr,brr I, If 59. T: Wortldngton Dear Sir I.J.iavo much pleas-ire irt giving tcffimony to the efiicacy of your valnabie medicine. It is truly a spiea did anodyne and stimulant. I "nave 'need it upon myself in an attack of Cholera-jlorbuf, and Was highly gratified with its lesults. In future I ghall always have a enjiply in my owu f-practice. Jjelievicff yon oav j oonferrca a benefit up on tho public, 1 remain i'onrs, trcJy CHARLES LLOYD, M. V. WADE, BOYKIN & ( 0. Jy.i-lra 3 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore. T HI)E S'JHTTKtt iliOOL !. K11THELLS, N: C ' Fhbd. A. FsjTkb, A, Cuas. Fetteb, A. M. Principal. , Ass. Principal. The Tiiirtcertth Session of this Institu- tif n will beginon Thursday, July 11th, 1872. This School, one mile distant from Kit tfoll's. Springs, affords bfiyswho.se health may requite it full benefit of this cele brated water. Beard including Fuel and Lights) and Tuition per Session of 20 weeks, $115. For Circulars, address either of the Principals. - June20-4t. OXFORD Female OXFORD, N. C. MISSM. E. MITCHELL, Principal. 1IKS. E. A. GUANT, Associate Principal. MRS. W. II. MOUKOV.', Teacher el Music The Kxerciftes of this Institution will be resumed on ihe 30th Of July, Circular--, with terms for Board, Tui tion, &c., forwarded on aiiplieaui'ii. Pefeieiices: A'l friends and pupils of the bite Prof. E. Mitchell' o's "the University of liorth CaMliii;i. Juite '.'J-o'ti. rnilE UNDEUSIGNED, AS PUBLIC At'ministratiir of Edgecombe county, having duly administered on tho estate of Dr. Wai bui ton Ilill. deceased. thi is to givenotice that all persons having claims against the paid llili present ihem -t- me ly the loth July, 187o, or U;is uofce will ba pleaded in l.tw toil- leir leeowi v. Ju'v !, 72-. I-.'. M. i.AWUhCK School j I, mom i mmm SifiBS 1 t Arc opening u full s JJres Atlapicd to t1,c Season. ; Jap SilLs, Jap lobcs, (iirnn time, Organdmo, Lcno, Grass Cloth, Seersuckers, 'Fbrcallc, Delaines and Lawns in DOLLY VAKDENS. Also a full Line of WMite Goods, . HEUBRONEB' & BE0. re openins a ivcll-selccteil Stock "of TtuVjai!e Bopsf. Touth-s 'ana.JBSkns L. HEILBRONER. & BR0. -Arc opening a Splendid Assortment of ' Childreii, Misqs and Ladies Slippers and Bus&ins. Offer their entire Stock at astonishingly L nv Fiirnrci?. L. liEILBRONEfi&BEOTi WAl Arc showing Uicii-.(5op4s vh ''plep:su-t? to parties IhuA nniy wish to cxeiiaino tiielr-Sioek. ' Call and cofivlnco yourselfvthat onr assortment is coni- -plete, and that" we are celling -goo3s at ; p, very small per cent. . i, 1IEILBE.0KER & BEOTllEIl -0o The following brands of .Ficaclicd Domestics always on hand : Hill, Lansdalc, Fruit of the Loom; Wanvsutta and New York Mills ' ' 23 " - O 5 gg 02 10 TO THE LADIES OF ElfiC631BE AKD SIRUOUaILG COUMllY MISS. Ff :niKISElIEK lias just returned from New York with one of the most haiids'-me. Stocks t B1ILLINERY AND Ever seen beforo ia Tarbcro, consisting of all THE LATEST. STYLES IN HATS AND BONNETS. Also a Fine Selection ot Dress Good3 ouch as JAP POPLINS, GRENADINES, LAWNS, PEPvCALLSS, And a ;'r. at v:ir . artit-U to niimeroua to on liti-jri. I irivi;.- all th-- l..v!i :i t come tod .st -ii (it: tiii-iiiii' v. ,. ;n t-:i.Ko i.-t-ar.nre in rbovr- I o.'Li.rvi... I .!-- !:!- all i.iy piitron.i that- none itiw r Ii fir I.inc of Ladic's G-oods5 LBR0NER & BE0. New jewelry Store. HpITE SU?SCH11JER HAS KR;- f- manci-.iiy located in Tarboro, and .w'll ' Sivq liis personal attention to tho rcpi iriii o Fine Wiitclics, Clocks and ; . ;V JfcTyelry IT&vins; 15 yrars practical experiencp in th-i. br.inrjs pnnrantccB Rood and eftieient work at mooerato piicrs, and would rosjwe. fully solicit a F.bare. of the pnolic patroi'iae. . Will Tvc'-p eoihitanf ly on hand a liuo soh . -tion of - t Watche; Co-k,Jtioelry, So fid Sitr r and riated Ware., SpcctavLx. f-c. At rricr,8 low a3 can i furnished am-wherr aud every articla. poat&nteeA an tiru.?it-.t upon n forfeiture of doiibleilie price paid fur . See Sign of ihe Big Watch. Next door to. tho old Orcr? rv EoUi or poJte It. ft. AIsot-'s Storo. livopectfully, ' JAMES H. BELL. IJ1fr, t'). Capr.. Wm. r.iesrs : 5T. P. Tee' fkl" o-TiK;. Wia.Uag!fy: J. B. ( ol lit lu, ano C. C. Lanier m:.rel. 7-if . . Trhoro, N. C. Bum mmm J list opened in Tarboro by Br. A. 11. MeXAITU MAIN ST11KET. Whcro all the purest Drugs and Chemicals . ran always be found, prepircd bv S!ti!f-j & EvperieiifcU Druggists . i, :0: L -. This Drng Store is in. I ho ohl build in lately occupied by Mr. J. M. Kfilmomi; but the whole has been lln-rou;!.ly h;m-' ed, reiiovsiteil and renr.v.'(l n,l i... ..i .T ;hshtneot no.v will be found one of tho MOST COMPLETE ' iri the State. In compounding of. ' p ii iz s c n i p t ro r the utmost' caro will bo "ezo'rciocd. ''mij UoliO but the FUKEST l'i:i). 5ty former friends ani patrons ure r-spe. t luily reoiieted to ci.lt slid eXiuun.o my New Block and E tabltshtuout. A. SI. JleX.IEli, 12. li. June i3-tf. . UMTLOIK & CO. Aie daily receiving po-nN suitable f r 1 1 i season. We have now mi Iml Ii e Striped and LMack Al t,i. a Coai, Flamii i ' Suits, Lined and skeleton Whito Marsel' lc . Vrc.'d, single and double' hie. ntcd. froro''.i boy sizo to 4; inchei in th.. wai l. H .. havo now an entirely new so.t.k of ! .'.; Clothes in darfc iind lirht roior, cut a id made in our best styh , Miit:it,le lor ,!. or .schi"l wear We n:;iUo '! em ou's'-ie and ea;i afl'old f .oel! t! --I cb,-,ip.-r Hi.ti any store in the State. Wo i eve..- rrcui'.. mend jjoxkIs that we ate not sail d tl wiii prove satisfactory to the purchaser. It i our aim to beep the bf :--! UI:tte in onr line and sell them a low as shov n i.o had anywhere, and there vs;i be n rice.) of fcenditij; oidors Xrih w fteu v u -j'. act tl.eiii ficio am! -ee e. !.', i-.-i.-iti, you buy them. Vc ml l let.-ifa or P.l teluo ul uiii bi-'-e. li. WiHTLOCJi i- w.