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Thursday," f;-f October.3, 1372. Messrs. Grifkin" & Hoffman, News at.ei Advertising Agents, No. South Street, Baltimore, Mo.", are duly-authorized to contract for advertisements at our iotefst rates. Advertiser i that Pity are rz-nm-str d tl leave melt lavyrs, witn IUIS Douse. TA RDOftO lARKET. Reported and Ctsrectea weekly by deauex w Drv Gooda & Groceries , MAIN" STREET. ...65 cts . . .75 cts ...75 cts .,.12 cts ,16 th - ,15 cts ....50 . ... 60 cts cts $1 10 cts 15 to 20 cts cts 40 cts ;..2i Cts ; 28 cts to 8 ' .10 cts Corn, pet bushel, ......... Mail, Peas, " ' .... Bacon Mae, Bound. . , , Lard, per lb Uuttcr onnrry . ... Firkin... ...... rotetocs Swret, pef bushel Irish, per bushel. , TuUow, per lb. , F.g-gs, per dotft. . Oh ekeus ..-.,,... Fowls KajJ l" ib J , . .1 . , . '.'j IW-Avp-t ,,cr lb 1-or-r, per ib- . - .-. Dried Apples, pet lb ... . . . A pple Brandy, per gal .2 25 Vinegar, per gal , 40 ots Grape Juice, per gal 35 cts Freak Pork: per lb cts The Cotton Market. Tab boro,. Oct. 3rd Cotton-Ordi-anry, 15 cents. Good Ordinrry 16t cents. Low Miadling, 171 cents. New York, Oct. 2nd Cotton Ordinary." 1- i cents. Good Ordinary, 18 cents Low Middling, :l8i cents. 3Iiddling, ISi cents. Ualtimore, Ort. 2nd Middling IS cents. Law Middling, 17 cents. No it folk, Oct. 2nd. Cotton dull Low JiddJijagJTi centa.,, ;;- WANTED. A. Boy who can Head as an apprentice "to the Printing JJusiucss. Apply at" this office. ' The first nrrrVaV---r-t,-'ff Fall and Winter GuwIs.At STEU3T& GOODMAN'S.. Edgecombe Building and Loan Association. The regular uiopthly h)Cetin'i?6r,l8a8socTation was field at the Court House on Tuesday night last and was marked with proceedings of; mora than prdinarj iu teres u y ' ' Among other - matters "- tnat came up lor reconsideration and action was the salary of the Secretary. It seems fotae of tho members abseut at last meeting imagined that a snap-judgment hSd been taken in the increasing of that'officer's salary to S300 'auu after considerable debate involving "a little spiciness, such dissenting mem bers succeeded in effecting a reconsids erationaod the salary was educed to its former "basis of $20dwitti the aps pointment of a committee oT three to W&S -the. worKtrausacleAj the Secretary au rep ore-ta t meefng their' views in regaroT'to tlte amount of salary iu proportion to the labor intplved. Quite a little breeEe followed tbjj, caused by the introduction of a resolu tio a, looking to a ystCui by which in dividual members. ..cpuhi .dispose by auction of as many of their shares as they wished, producing a consequent shortening of tlio duraUQa of UlO As sociation i , "if V" oc-vtlal parliamentaTy tactics Vere resorted to secure the, end proposed. A resolution o appoint a committeo of three to examine ttfeplau and report their views upon the premeses was laid upon the table, t A resolution was tbeB introduced placing the matter in the hands of the Board of Directors which was deleated by a most decided vote, and that killed the measure for the present, it being understood, however, that it would be brought forward at the next meeting under the original resolution. - t , ; Notice was giveu that 4 motion would be made uext meeting to give the Treasurer a eslary of oue hundred dollars. The selling the money on hand was then proceeded with, "the amount being three thousand and lorty dollars (3,040,) -the -prices - averajfuig about oue iiity-four. A Bank at Last. By reference to the Southerner it will be found that a great "necessity so ' long ndr c ited by it has at last become a fixed fact. Ji. Bank has been el?rted, tho s ?nie being' -branth of the Bank of New Hanover, and having a capital stock of $2oo;ooo.; i ' i i 'Xhe.'bjisjhesSiplace of the insiitu tion at present is under the Enquirer office in the old Moore building, but we understand it is the intention, of llr. James. M. llcdmond to soon com mence the erection of a more suitable brick edifice on Main Street imuaedi ately next his present store Considerable stock has been takeu in the town and connty. The IfcTTowinpf aretbc officers of the Mr. M. Wedde'il, President; Mr. J. D. Cummiogs, Casluer. Sits Selected. A meeting of the committee appointed to select a site for the Female, College, performed their duty ou Wednesday last. ; After Ciamininir several locations they con cluded to purchase, two acres ' of Mr, Davnd Peuder, just epposjte tho present Female " Academy, for the sum of Sl,500. It is probably the meat s titable that could have been selected and it now remains for our people to goto wotk and build a first class College. About 217,000 have been already raised, and, it is estimated that the prohable low est cost for construction, furnishing, o., will be 25,000. The Committee will make their re poit to tho regular met ting of the Stockholders on the 15th inat, par excellenc; lor it Is in the fall that bil liousness, dyspepsia and malarious fevr are especially prevalent. The frame, ex hausted by the heats of snmmer-sTelax' e and Ceebl,e at its close, and requires, e my say demands, Jtrtiiicial assistance. Afford it tli at assistance in occasioial (loses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters and the evils referred to may be escaped. Throughout the far West, and cn the' steaming alluvial of the Southern rivers, all the varieties of perodieal fever are probably rife, to day. Hid a 'course of Hosteiter's Bitters been commenced by the sufferrs a mouth ao, i. e ore the nnhealtfiy season set la, sven-ei ths of them would In. all prtl)abiUty be in their nsnal health at taa present time. nn, h for the want of forecaste. So much for not keeping In the house, and using da dy, the best safeguard agaiust epidemic ai.d endemic fevers.. 48 flocks of impostors and imitators arc trying to follow In the wake of the great American remedy, therefore be sure Unit h article ytt Jy.laiuiinalid.tcriiied by tho proper trade marks, the true article an only be obtained in bottles. Beware of the spurious bitter sold by tiie ballon or In keg. ' ' J ' ' Z :,- ''; ? i . Dr Tutt's Sarsaparila & Queen's DeiigUt. This valuable preparation combines all theMedicinal virtues which long experi ence has proven to pc ssess the most safe and efficient Alterative nnd deobstraent properties for the cure of Scrofula VKing's Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Cancerous and Indolent Tumors. Mercurial and Syhi- litic Affections. Enlargement and Ulcera- fir, nftVio Rnnu i1inia nv nf thfi Womb. C?-1 1 l. . 1 . AI ,.- mnv,a 11 O. ' eases of the Skin, such. as Tetter, King worms, Boils, Pimples, Sore Eyes, Nervous Affections, Dropsy, and all dis- efies originating from a depraved state of t! 3 Blood. Also many anections peculiar to Females, as Suppression, Irregularity, Leucorrhoea or Whites, Sterility Ovarian and U teriue Dropsy, &o. It is furely Veg etable. Edgecombe Femala CIlej "Meeting , StpcJ:rb,olders9:Or On Tbarday, pursuant u ptvioa potice, the Stock-holder of thtf EdgeCombe Female t'olleye met at the Court llouialn Tarboro. About 100 snares itlmsrjy of the Stotk, Ujing representdiia persoij "or by " proxy, the meeiing was called to "order by placing Mr. Win. S. Battle In the' chain ' Mr. E. R. Stamps was requested te-aet a Seerelary. On moilon of CapC; John 8. Daney.-llr. Mathew WdUeU a-leciod Trustee, and Tppasnry for the tDStitnUon. . Remarks, apposite to the occasion, were then made by Slessrs. Fred. Phillips, Wm. 31. "Tippenand Gor. Clark, as to different jiieasurea looking" towards a permanent- or ganuatiou. . -' - - - - On moiioo aComuitttee.coiifcisting of Gea. G. W. Lewis, uot. i;iarx ana jne.ssrs jciea. l'i.Urlj)!', J. R. Thijpen and Jno. S Dancy, wm appointed to draw up a constitution and by-laws Jo.be preseoted Jor acA-fptanc or rejection at the next meeting. Ob motion of dpt. Phillips, tha name of the Chairman was added to tbU Ust. On motion of Mr, Wm. M. Pippen. Messrs Fred. Philips, J.. 11 Bjiker, K. R. Stamps, JijJm S. Dancy, TVm. M. Ptppen, J. 14 TMg pen, fJoo. L. Win'.berley, C. B. Killebrev, J. II l'ippen, W.J. Lawrence, W. S. Luna, V. U. Sharpe, S. L. Hart, W. T. Cobb, II. L. Leygett, II. 1. Teel, iUias Carr, L". ,. Mooie, 11. C. Uournp, and Soloman Goodman, were fippointcd a coui uitlee solicit stock in the Cullege. On niution a cnturciittee, consisting of the following gentlemen, to wit, Messrs Wm. M I'ipien, Fred. PbiHps, li. D. Telr U- J. Keech, Geo. . Howard, J. IL Baker, N. J P iltuian, W. G. Lewis. . C. B. Killebrew W. J. rfiaion, J. B. Coffield, D. Pender. W. S. Battle,' J. 3. Dancy aal J ' "ft." Thig lu, was appointed 'to report to ' the next meeting in regard to a location best suited, for the College bite. , Fred. Philips, Esq., Chairman of the Com mittee appointed by the . Board of Trustee to solicit stock, reported as the results of it ellorts the following : Messrs. Richarard II. Lewis, - John 6. Dancy, George Howard, Fred. Philips, N. J. Pitunan; Jos. B. Col field, Wm. M. Pippen, H. D. Teel, William ti. Battle, SHbcnbed, each' $500. M esrs. O. C. Farrar, James R. Thigpen, Arch BraswellDairid Pender J. II. Baier, F. Odetheinler, M. 'Weldeil, Charles M. Wesson", C. BT Rillebrew; J.H. Pippen, Tbos. orliitet, subscribed, each, J30l. - Messrs J noe M. UedmouiJ, JI, J. Keech , subscribed, each, $'-.50. Aleasrs Onen Williams, R. C. Brown, Jesse A. Williamson, V. H. Knight, J. W. Jones, James L. Battle, &. L. Han, James Hodges, William Hodges, William j. Law rence, V. IV Sharps, W, U. Chery, Mrs. Mary Walston, subscribed, each, $200. Mes. VV. J. Statoo, John IV. Cotten, William Howard, Robert Whitehurst, V. G. Lewis, Kins; & Clark, John F. Ward, Cham berlain &. Rawls, L. Heilbroner, & Rio., Jacob Feldenheimer, A. II. McNair, Ceoige L. Wimberly, Battle Bryan, John W. Pippen, George D. Lipscombe, John O llagau, H. H. Shaw, George 8. Hawea, C. IL Doughty, Andrew Sorg, Stern & Goodman, R. li Al sop, L. L. Suton, Gray L. Hargrove, J. L. Coker, George V. Strickland, A. McCabe, It. A. Surer, Henry T. Uiark, A. Millxpaugh, M. L. Hu.ssey, 'lbaddeus Ilussy, H. Whit lock, & Co., J. W, Wmiherjy, H. A. Shirley, I). H. Barlow, Alraon Hart, II. L. Legmen, IL C. Bourne, Erastuis Cherry. W. S. Long, J. K. Harper, Wm. Warren, V A. Thigpen, Joseph Cobb, Leonldal Little, Wm. M. Ed wards, C. II. Jenkins, W. T. Cobb, B. G. Howell, J. M. Jenkins, Thos. O'Berry, E. R. Stamps, subscribe, each, $100. The total amount subscribed up to this time is $16,- " : '"J (J ii .l'" I Hi . PENDER, Gi4'i'LIN & Co. are agents for mo "brown Gin, tne Arrow Tie, and jos. iixniaraagging. liut tneir prices ieiure pureuasing eisewnere' tiTA.it : Fairs. We give below the time and pi aco for the holding of State Fairs, n Central Agricultural Society, Henderson. North , C&rolipa Agricultural Society, Ua Jeigh, October loth' to I8th. ' Fajfrners' and fllVspics' Association of N C, Goldsboro, October, 22nd to 2oth. Roanoke and , Tar. River .Agricultural So. ?icty, Wcldon, Octobef29th to November 1st. Fair of the Caxounas)(Chariotte, M. C, Oet .22nd to 33th, ' ' 1 , ' ., "'Cf-po "Fear Agricultural AssocisKon, Wilm ington, November 12th and 15th. .Vate Agricultural Society, Richmond, Ta., October, 21ltji to No,vbrober 2nd. ' Bbfdir i&gricuinral feociety 'of Jira and Xorth Carol, na, DanvUle, October 22d to 25Ui We 'ariiucR pleased W W once more on onr streets the familiar face audorm of Mr, JIiedaiotrd, who several weeks since was Stricken down ?rUb paralysis -i ' i f i A Magnincent Stock of Fall aDd Winte Goods just received by r,Sfyt. 12-tf. m'ERN & GOO DMAS. Cotton. 1 here is now no doubt that the votiou crop , of Edgeoombo will be' considerably b'eiow' the usua1, great destruction having been caused by the wunn, drought, &c. Mr. Ibomos, the Ageut at the Tar boro Depot, informs us that" Cotton is eouiing ia but blowly, the shipments bciug much lees than what they were this time last year. ' "Biz is Biz.''So defiantly, elo rjuently and thoroughly '-biz" like is the motto adopted by King & Clark ia their new establish uteut on. Muia Street, near the Court; House. Aud tliey really have cause lor cougratula lion to theuisclves, ud boasi, to their flic uds in tho spkndid stock pf goods now offered by tlienj. But it thuuid bo tho fitm resolve ol every oue not to leap iu tho dark, or take for granted the usser iun of each oue upon each and every subject. So make youselvej 'ecace" atout your home ''diggius" and appear at. King & Clark's with ' a pocket-lull of rocks." The greatest want of the present age is men aud women, healthy and vigorous ir mind and body. The continued headaches, Woakrj8ftei,"tiroti3nefci. .ad wirvini ti.IL. m mts whioh afil-et women are generally tiie result of imperft'et aclirsn nf th aud other vital organs." Dn. Walkeb's Calafoknia Yisboab BrTTEEa, being com posed entirely of veg.;talle,.suhstances in digenous to California, may be takeu with ptrfjct safety by the most delicate, aud are a sure remedy, correcting all wrong action and giving new vigor to the whole system. . KememW that ilia very host bargains can le mad , "n -a the large Stock of Naw Goods at STERN & GOODMAN'S. ADVERTISEMENTS. IfVirginiaFemalelnstitute STAUNTON, VA. Buildings contain over 80 rooms. Grounds, nhle acres. .-Pupils rfrom 17 States. The Course js ctoiprisejin eight Schools, nndejr twenty Professors anu Officers. Location b' a'i tiful and Salubrious. TerUu moderate. Ar;piy lor Circulars :b l. H. PHILLIPS, Principal, or W. H. TAMS, StcV, HtanntoD, Va, Gin Houses and pontents insnred iu 11 ist-class companies "at reasonable rates, a 22 4t., ORREN W ILLIAMS, Aent. MISCELLANEOUS MALE ilCABEM Y . rTIHE FALL SESSION WILtT'OPEN J- . JUNE 18th, 1872. Tuition, 25 to $30 per session". Board, !2 5U per month. . One half of charges payabl. on entrance Refer to the Principal, FRANK B. WILKINSON, 4 or Trustees. Present Session, closes Friday, o 1st Mav. 24-tf." Takbouo Heading Chicle. first -Tin regular Wiutcr Mteting of the above Society, which for tne past lew years has pruveu a source ot s a hiiili amucmcui- aua lusuutuuu, tuiircctu on Wednesday uight at the cheerful mausion of Iiev. T. 11. Oweu. A goodly lot of the gay and gallant of the place were in attendance, aud a perniaueut organization effected by the election ol the lollowiug officers, viz: President, Mr. Henry A: Walker; Vice-President, Miss Pattife -Offttn;' Secretary, Mr. E. K. Stamps. ' 'I ht in-Tt iiipe.inf nf thH circle Will be neld atthe'residenc'of bdv. Jlark, on next Wcdoesdiy night; wtrere and when it is expected that a large crease of membership will be made. it Vender- Ratlin '& (idJAs will be sccuby their . advertisement this popular 'Firm have gotten under fall headway in their splendid store. , 11 conflustoii8 are to be judged by commencements then we predict for the firm- a most magnificent succes.-. fh'eir stock is einiply splendid and we are candid in this lact and we can say no more. , , . r Thz Collkge. We publish else where a full report of the proceedings of the meeting of the Female College, which we credit to the Enquirer t as we could not be present ourselves. Kehukee Baptist Association. The Annual Association of the Prim itive Baptist Church will be htlj ,Xh present ' Saturday and. 2uudy -with the church at Smith wicks Creek, situ ated about 9 miles below Vjllia.io's ton. Although tho distance WS cousid erable, quite a number went from this sectioo. . ... k Isf.Hl'Zi; The visitors majrrely upon an old time honored reception:- Don't forget to go and examine the mag nificent Stock of Fall and Winter Ooods just received by STERN & GOODMAN. Gin Houses and contents insured in first-class companies at reasonable rates. a 22-4t. ORREN WILLIAMS, Agent Jewisu New Year. This devc tional season, observed by the Jewish nation throughout the world from time immemorial, was duly celebrated to-day and lasting two days. North Calolina Agricultural') Societt, Raleigh, V September 30th, 1872. j Gen. W. G. Lewh, Tarboro, N. C. Dear Sir: At the instacca of Kemp P. Battle, Esq., President of this So ciety, I herewith forward you the chedule to bo run on the North Car olina Central 11. It., from Goldsboro, during the week of our State Fair. A train will leave Goldsboro, daily, at 5 A. M. and reach Ra!eirh at l):30 A. M. Returning wilt leave Raleigh at 4:30 P. M., aud reach Goldsbero at 9 P.M. . : , The regular mail trains will ma as they do now, betwcea the Bame points ia addition: Goldsboro to Raleigh aud return $2 00 Boon Hill ' " 44 150 Selma 44 44 1 00 Wik-ou's Mills " 44 44 1 00 plsytoq ::yy , M 1 00 Wc hope to have a largo showieg of, ai tide for exhibition as well as large "crowds of people from your sec tion. Truly vours. &c, J. J; LlTCHTORD, Sup't. Baptist Union Meeting. We had the pleasure, and a real pleasure it turned out to be, in company with Mr. R. C. Brown atd several other gentle men, to attend the Baptist Union Meet ing at Little Creek last Suuday. Notwithstanding a heavy rain came pour-ng dowu iu the early part ol the lay, a large crowd was in attendance and tha Church was well filled, but nothing. to what would have been the case had the weather been more pro pitiou. Tha two Eormoos -were delivered by EklefYI a B. .Hassell aud Clayton Moore, both of.Martin county, and we must confess to aa earnest feeling of pleasure, not usually expressed by an out -eider, at listeuing to their eloquent nud expressive rendition of their re spective portions of Scriptures under considesatiorLrG ''.I ,', , t Tin hospitality of a neighborhood proverbial for it hospitality and good cheer . was abundantly displayed ou 'his occasion. UtOL .repeated solicitations from biBef jgratifytBg sources we found our- eJves. at last , ouder tba cootrox that whole-souled and clever gentleman, Mtr$. "SlW entolfe; .Fbbae .high toned ourtesy, together with that of his ac complihed lady and family will not be soon I'orgottep. -i - - When ushi ' Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills, no, restraint of diet or occupation is necessary. You may eat or drink as usual. They are purely vcgevble. C0LLEGIATE INSTITUTE For Both Sexes. Mr, J. Burton has retired from tfce position of . Associate , and News Editor of the Jrlaleigh News a position he fi!lrd with' general satisfaction to the public for whose tastes he catered. 1Q79 1 i The Swallows Homeward Fly As the cool weather comes on apace aud ail feats of malarial influences dis appear the different resorts by sea shore and in the mountains have be come almost deprived of their sum mer s days guests. larboro contributed largely to this fleeting c rowd oflealth and pleasure seeking 'parties,'' and we notice with pleasure upon the streets tbe faces of many whose presence contributes no little to the fahionable gayety and jieaeral . good society of our embryo city aud whpse absence) was severely tea ia. tie dreary solistice, now a thing of the past. - -. - .- u i. ' It has already Ueen announced in the SouTHERNEa that H.'Whitlock & Co has rented the New Brick Store of Wm. S. Battle, Esji. probably one of the finest in the South. !Mf. liJWJiitlock baa goo Nprfh for the Durnose of hying ia a stock for his new establishment, and will re turn in a few weeks with a wel elected assortment, prominent among which will be a fine stock of ladies dress goods and gent's clothing. Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye does not injure the Hair. ASTHMAAny "medicine which will alleviate tbe paroxysms of this dreadful disease will be hailed with joy by thous ands of sufferers. The certificates Jiich accompany Jonas Whitcomb's TJemkdy, are from tbe most reliable sources, and at test to its wonderful power, even in the most revere cases. Joseph Barnett & C. , pi oprietors, Boston. FREE ADVERTISING From iamlly to family,' rVtrm city to city, from State -to State, the fame of Dr. Walker's Vegetable Vinegar Bitters as a specific for all deran gements of the stomach, bowels and liver, is continually extedin?. Its voluntary missionaries are inumerable, and public entnnsiam in its favor spreads faster than a prarie fire. DON'T SLIGHT YOUR TEETH. Re member ihat upon their labor, the health of the stomach bepends. Keep them per fect, and in order to do so, manipulate them who a brush dipped in the lrarant Sosodont, once or twice a day. WHO WILL SUFFFR? It Is now 24 years sir ce Ur. Tobias Venetian Liniment was put before the public; warranting it to cure Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Cuts, Bdrns. Bruises, Old Sores, Pains in the Limbs, Back and Chest, and it has never failed. Sold by all DrnggistS. De pot, 10 Park Place, New York. FOR DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion depres sion ef spirits, and getieral debility i" iheir various frms also as a preventive aguinot Fever and A true, and other intermittent fevers, the "Fei ro-pliosphorated Elixir of Calisava." made by Caswell, Hazard & Co, New York, aud sold by all Druggists, is the best tonic, and as a tonic for patients re covering from fever or other sickness it has no etyial. THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER. The best article known for cleausing ana preserving me leetn ana gums. Sold by all Druggists. Pilce20and 50 cent-, ptr battle. P. C. Wells 3 Co. New York. CUBISTARDO'S HAIR DYE, stands unrivalled in the world. No lady or ecu tleman of discrimination uses any other. It is the mott pertect, relial.le and effect vo Hair Dyo m the world, ilanniactorj lib" Maiden Lane, New York. CARBOLIC " SALVE! recommend by Physicians, as the great Healing Com pound. Price 25 cents per box. John r. Henry, bole 1'ropi ictor, College fis.ee, Few York. RISLEY'3 BUCHU Is a reliable Diu retic and Tonic for all derangements of the urinary and genital organs. The gemiinr, as formerly sold by Haviland, Ilarral & siisley and thetr branches, is now prepared by H. W. Risley, tha originator and Pro prietor, and tho trade supplied by his suc- cessors, Aiorgta & jusiey, ovv xors. SVAPNIA, or opium purified, the most perfect anodyne in the market, made by process of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Med cal College. Is always uuiforiu in strength, which is rarely the case n otner prepaia tions of Opium. PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL, has a world wide reputation as the surest and best il luminating oil, Over two million gallons have- been sold fcr the past two years, from which no accidents of any descrip- ticn have occurred. Send for circular. Oil House of Chas. Prat, Established 1710 New York. T. D. Clancy & Co., Agents for South Carolina.. WE HAVE FREQUENTLY HEARD mothers say they would not be without Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, from the birth of the child until it has finished w ith the teething siege, under any considera tion whatever. THE SECRET OF BEAUTY, What is it? no longer asked, for the world of fashion cod all the ladies know that is produced by ns'n; a delightful and harmless toilet preparation knwn as G. W. Lairds "Bloom of Youth." Its beautifying effects are truly wonderful. Depot, 5 Gold St,, N.Y. SESSION LASTS FROM FIRST MON day in October till last Friday in June. Students admitted at any time. Superior physical, intellectual and moral advantoges. Tuition. $4, $5 and $6: Music. $5; Agriculture, $3 1-3. Board in Institu tion (including everything), $15 per moncn. Anaress, lor Uatalogue, SYLVESTER HASSELL, A. M. aug. 15-3m. ' Wilson, N. C. ROCKY MOUNT iOommunicaled.J ' ' Iount, Oot'2od, V.' B. SflAKPE,' Esq , President Gree lev and Brown Club of Town ship, Edgecomb Ccsitf, ,C. My Dear Sir : Your request through our mutual mend. Col Wm.:, 11 Knight, to address, on 2 6th tnst., the Greelv and Browa Club ot which you are President, reached me on yes terday. " ' If nothing should supervene, I shall be happy to comply. 1 .... No patriot 'should be laspard in this great contest far good government, ?ood will, peace and reconciliation Every citizen should.. aJd bis mite to the advancement of our coinmon cause. Mine, though no more than tbe widows, shall certainly be givep. STERN & GOODMAN are ahead of ttefy1 body in the reception of thwr Fall Hind Winter Goods. Go aud see them a1 once. ;,: . . D IE P. r , up .. . 1 i in -Richmond,' Va. on W4ue8day October 2nd, Henry Bbidgers, eldest son of Hon. R. R. Brideers. aited about 20 years. -J. PoteET-45ATTLE. Male & Female Departments Separate. milE NEXT SESSION WILL COM 1 mence SEPTEMBER 2nd, and end DECE.MBKKI9tb.I87z,, Primary Department, Preparatory . Collegiate " Music ou Piano, Organ or Guitar, witu use ol instrument. Contingent Fee for each student, Hoard in oest lamilics, evervthinz eluded, per month from $10 to $12. t for fnnher particulars address, C. G. DAVENPORT, President. A.ug. 1-tf. Rocky Mount, N.C, $10 50 18 50 20 00 15 50 50 iu MOXOEMS, HEAD-STONE'S. &c. Of Marble, Granite, Browm-Stoue knd bcotch Granite. Also Marble ''Mantles, Furnicura, And Plumbers' Slabs Furnished to order, E. B. PRICE, No. 3 Mechanic St. Norvyalh, Conn OUUEN WILLIAMS, Agent April 4-ly. Taiboro, N.C GIN AND SAW MILL 1YORTH CAKOUNA HE WELL-KNOWN FIRM OF 0OEPP & JONES, D IV G GISTS, RALEIGH, nI C, " HA AT GREAT FXPENSE STARTED Sn extensive and oompleto EOTTLISG AND SYPHON FILLING ESTABLISHMENT, by which they are enabled to supply the entire State With SODA AND MINERAL WATERS Their bottling establishment is capable of turning out 100,000 Bottles per day, using the patent GRAVITATING STOPPER, BOTTLE, ad sold at vory low figures. Hotels, Bar Iopms and families supplied a short notice. MINERAL WATERS REjSSINGEN, VICHY, SELTZER AND CONGRESS, shipped in glass fountains holding 1 quart each, from which the Waters may be drawn off in small quantities leaving the balance as fresh and sparkling as the first glass. Our Agents will visit every town in the State fcr the puipose of introducing these Waters. . ' - Juno 13-Um. THE AT3 T 170 id zeceica. b Tarboi o, Thursday, Oet. 31st Great Traveling lYfuseinn, Menagerie, Caravan, and Ilippoiroiiie, COMBINED WITH TIIE GBAND International Zoological Garden, Polytechnic Institute, AND Mammoth CirotiSs IN FOUR TO TEN "TENTS, As the spaco of the Grounds will permit;. JOHN ROBINSON", Proprietor and General Director JOHN KOBINSON, Jr., Mana-er. :o:- SPECIAL NOTICES. OLD JTHJSG 9AieTAS2D AWAY S'Tltis is it least true "ht tha pjd method of treating this long abused aud much abused human body.' It is no longer con cideicd wise to! put a patient to the torr tore in order to cr,e him of a disease in which pain Ls alrfsdjtndei mining the eucrics pf his system, True science ranges itself on the side of liature, and en deavors to assist her in her tight against disease. This is tbe province of Hostet ter's Stomach Buyers, jths most approf ed tonic ever advertised in this country. It may be recommended as . fall medicine, What I'nspeakible Relief is afforded to the burning ana throbbing nana by a single application of that unequalled balsam tor human or brute snneruig,. Mexican mos tano Linimekt. The tormenting and sleep destrojing pains of rheumatsm gout and neuralgU.are completely bauiu- od by Us nse; stiffness of tbe joints ..t nl Damful swellinff. quickly yield to its emollient influence; it heals bruises, cm scalds, etc., with astonishing rapidfty. For strains, spring halt, scratches, saddle, ci lar and Larness gtlls, as jyll as the mcr serious external msladiesnf the horse, it i a swift aud thorough remedy. Symptoms of Liver Complaint and Some ot tne jjiseases rroaucea py it. A sallow or yellow color of skin, or yel.- iowisb brown spots on. me iace ami ot net- parts of tbe body; dullness and drowsi ness with frequent headache; dizziness, bitter or bad taste in mouth, dryness of throat and internal ucat; palpitation, in many cases a dry teasiuu cough, with sore throat; unsteady appetite, a raising ol food, and a choking sensation in throat; distress,- heaviness, or bloated or full toe! ing about stomach and sides, pain in sides, back or breast, and about shoulder; colic. pain and soreness through bowels, witu heaV oonstipstion, alternating with ire quent attacks of diarrhoea, piles, flatn lence. nervousness, colduess of extrem ities; rush of blood to head, with svrap- toms of apoplexy, numness of limt s especially at night; cold chills alternating with not nasties, kianey ana urinary aim culties; female weakness and irregulatlties with dullness, low SDints, unsociability and "loomy torebodinss. Only a few of the above symptoms are likely to be pre sent in any case at one time. AH vvho use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis'. ' v erv for liver complaint and its complica tions are loud in it's praie, Scld by all druggists sfery where. Rubber & Leather. ALL SIZES AT Plummer, Lewis & Co'5 HinDWAEESTORE, U Low Prices -& all strictly warranted,: s.' 5-1 m. Just opened In Tarboro by Dr.A. H.MACNAIR.Agt. MAIN STREET, Where will be found the purest Drugs gnd Chemicals I have engaged the services of Mb. Jno. E. Tatlob, of Richmond, Va. A thorough Druggist and Pharmace-juist, vf ho having had a practical experience of "seventeen years in the business, I can cheerfully re commend him to niy patrons and custo meis as a careful, safe, gentlemanly drug gist and salesman :o: This Drug Store is in the old building lately occupied by Mr. J. M. Redmond, but the whole has been thoroughly chang ed, renovated and renewed, and mv estab bsbtocnt now will be found one of the most complete: in the State: In compounding of PRESCRIPTIONS the utmost care will be exercised, and none hut the PUREST MEDICINES USED. A. Ad Ier Sr. Co., WnoLKSALS - CL0THIS 204 MAIN ST., NGRFOLK, Va. June lS-m EXCELSIOR GINS aso COCKADE AT THE Hardware Store. PLUMMER, LEWIS & CO., Sept. 5-1 m. Tarboro, N. 0. Tnis Gigantic Enterprise, which has been at a Vast Expenditure ol time and Money thoroughly Reorganized and Equipped for the present traveling season, presents tun Startling, Novel, Unique and Colossal Spectacle never before witnessed iu the auuals of amusement enterprise either in this or any other agp, of TWEiVE SUPERIOR SHOWS IX OXE, All for a Single Price of Admission. In the Collection and Organization of the Museum the utmost caro has been taken to giatify and enlighten the public by presenting in One Vast Assemblage an accumu lation such as has never been attempted or dreamed of Ly the combined 'act, talent and liberality of all ether raauagers in America or Europe. It may bo interesting t .r tho public t understand that for pearly Two Years Mr. Robinson's Numerous Agent, who are found in abnest every part of the world, have been actively employed in pro curing Curiosities fhr his Great Travelling Show. Borne of these were put in exhibi tion lor the First Time Uk year; but tbey have beeu very largely supplemented I"r the prestiut season by New Accessions and Consignments "biuught by almost every steamer from Foreign Ports which has arrived in Nev York for tho past Eight Months As an illustration of tho Indomitable Energy of the will known proprietor of tl.is cstnb lishmtnt, it may be well to remark that the Exlmutless rconrt ps of Emoie, Africa and America, with the subdivisions of China, Japan, Australia, the l, a- It - srions, South Sea Islands, Arabia, lurkuy, Siam, Girctsgia, Eirypt, the Pacific, Arctic, Indian and Atlaa'c Oceans, together with the lied Sea and Holy Land, h ue all btvii levied into, coutributing to swell the tgrcgatc of this single d paitmeat, which, ufut all, constitutes bat a moiely of all tl-at may be seen. It is estimated tl. at ia th Aqua num. Museum, Menagerie and Caravan there are TWENTY THOUSAND CURIOSITIES. This Stupenlous Cmnl-iuation has been brought together at an actual c St to the Pro prietor ot more than a Million of Dollars, which is ten ti.-nes more than was ever in vested in a single Show. The curiosities of thj several departments ie resents thj choicest excerpts from tl.a realms Of Zoology, Ornithology, Geology, Ichthyology, Conchology, Entomology, Anthropology, Mechanics, Numismati.'s, Sclonco, SU'uri. Oil Paintings, ang many raro and exquisite productions of tho A'toi: a ic and lb ii'i ifmiliic Arts, aud so classifleil fr this Great Exhibition an to challenge the admiration not only of Naturalists, but f Pets, Statesmen, Philosophers nnd Divires. Parents, Sabbath and Public Scwol Teachcis s iould bear in mind that No Pnhipi Exhibition ever instituted Is America afforded a tithe of the i'r'Ct"c;tl Lei-sons ul In tuition which are found in this LTuhme Exposition of Objo'ct Tcaciii.ig. To this vast array is adeed, ie a operate Colossal Tent capable of holding Ten Thousand People, . -. My former friends and patrons are respect lully requested -to call and examine my New Stock and E-tabrishment. A. II. MACNAIR, June 13-tf. CHOWAN BAPTIST Female Institute, MUBFEESB0R0, N. C. THIS IS ONE OF THE OLDEST and heaf furnislied Female fich ools tn the South and has enjoyed a large measure of public favor for many years. Ninety-eight boarding pupils were registered during the last session and a few f.uied to seem'e places for want of room. Comfortable ascomodatiors for fifteen or twenty additional boarders will I e proided by tho beginning of tho uext 1st "Wednesday in October. Terms per stission of nine months, Board and Litersry 'iuition, $158. Music, Drawing, Painting, &c, on terms equally reasonable. For catalogues, apply to A. McDOWELL, Pres. HUSSEY BROS. & 0, GARUUGE MASUFACTCBEHS TA3BOSO, N. C. Special Attention paid to Repairing je 1. - 26 tf TO TUB BFILDING PUBLIC, I Respectfully announce that ! am now prepared with a com petcrit number of assistants to contract for sud. build every kiud.oi UOtlSE, or ahvthing else In the Carpenters line. I would also say to the Farmers of tht County that 1 have made every necessary arrangement to construct everything of ueded upon a plantation, from a GIN SCREW to a HOE HELVE. Persons intrustiag business iuto my hands may be assured that it will be at tended to with the utmost promptness and fidelity. I have in my employ a strong force , ot first-class Carpenters. Aif-xklzens of th county are respect ully requested to give me a chance be'ers pntracting elseyhere. ; Apply "to meat TarboVo, N. C. 46 ly . JOHN C. DANCY, (Cold') BARHAM'S HOTEL, unejl3-tf PROPRIETOR. COLLEGE OF Physicians & Surgeons N.E.cer. of Loniliard & liauover Sts BALTIMORE, Md. riTHIS INSTITUTION HAVING BEEN J organized nndcr .the uiost favorable circumstances, and possessing a carefully selected faculty and all requisite facilities for imparting a thorough Medical tanca- tion, will open us regular winter ocssiou on Mie first day of October next. BENEFICIARY STUDENTS, when properly recommended, will be received on very liberal terrns- Appl'eatiou should be made st once. Fees: Matriculation, $5; Demonstrations, $10; Frofossors, $120; Beneficiary, $?0; Grad'-.c.tiou, 20; Certincate of Distinc tion, $10. EDWARD WARREN, M. D., Professor of Surgery. HARVEY L. HYRD, M. D., Professor of the Institute of Medicine, Diseases of Nervous System for the Faculty. - Sewing Machine. CO P II. T. COKER, Agent far Edgecombe Cbunty. jyll-tf .iAt;sim:fr,A' &' itOiii.t ODBOIOE & OIECUi With Ouc Hundred Horses, Ponies, Camels, Mule., Hiding Dops, Jlonkeys. Trick Horses, Elephants, and lTilty of tip IJest Male and Femaia Attihts in the World. If travelling by wagons would require the actual services of nearly Two Thousand Men and Horses, it is furthermore confidently believed by those most competent t judge, while the management are very -emphatic in the statement, that taken in tln aggregate, J. llobi son's World's Fair has more le-il and solid attraction, merit an I value, with a Greater Variety .of Marvelous Features than is usually contained i Twenty Ordinary Shows. In order that the Public may be able fo form an approximate conception of thu magnitude ot this concern, we volun'cer the statement that which will he qualifjed at any lime the daily expenses attending John Robinson's Exhibition are Three Times More than the Gross Receipts of any of the self-styled lirst-clnss shows in America. It is, therefore, with no ordinary degree of confidence tjiit the management announce that these Twelve Great Shows tor Only One nice ol Admission are iositivcly tho Largest Ever Seen on Earth. We respectfully solicit the a'.tnt'on of the rcalcr to the following enumeration of only the Leading Features of the Great Exhibition, as we have, not the sjkicc to ninii tioti the Multitudinous Curiosities with which the entire Exposition ho aniu.ingly nbounds. The Monster Sea Lions srom Alaska, Nino in number, the larpost weighing Two Thousand Pounds, consume five hundred pounds of fish dailv; the Egyptian Cro codile, twenty feet long; a Den of Af rican and South American Snakes, the longest ono thirty feet long; a Texas Steer with three horns and eye-s an Educated Hog, tin: t can Read and Talk; fie Largest Elephant ! the World actual Weight Five Tons; a Drove of Camels, Buffaloes, liisons, Sacred Oattle, jlamas; torty ' the bmalles , Pouies ever seen; a Rhinoceros, or Uuicorn of Holy Writ, one ol the Most Marvelou- Specinu's ever imported weigh t Eight Thousand Pounds, cost $15,000; a pair of Gbint Ostriches, Twelve Feet High; South American Hippopotamus, Harte Boast, Ilorm d Horse, CJpaBara, Cashmere Gor.t, hbony-lleaded tfalatlno btieep, Spotted Axis Doer, Bison of Colorado. American Fallow Deer, South American Jaguai; Silver Lions ot" California; Striped and Spotted Hyenas, Peruvian Alpaia; Llama, or Camel, of tho Andes; Puma or American Uougart American i.nu.no, Virginia rantner; jjMigers, Seuegal Leopards, Australian Kangaroo; Rat Kangaroo, of Now ZcaKud; Ta:ny Liou vf affra, Shetland Cow, lirbyrouss- ttie 7a1hi, or Ox Nuuda; Spotted Timers, Black Tiger, An ican Poicupines nd Beavers, the whole forming the Most Magnifi cent Collection of Wild Animals ever seeu at one time. , TTST THE jLJuJNJX Will be introduced the ioltowmg Uucxampled Array ot l.juestrian, Acrobatic, Athletic and Gymnastic Taleut : The Great and ludomitable KOHEliT STlCKJf EV. Ue Prpferrel llider of the Paris Exhibition and the Uhampioa Horseman of the World. GEO. M. KELLY, the Champion Leaper. JOHN WILSON, the Great Four iI.r-,o Uider. MASTER F. HOBBIES, the Lashinfr Souirsault Equestriau. M It. GEORGE SLOM AN, the Daring S'uth A merisan Horseman and Traiuer. Colored Hoy, LEWIS, tha Wild and Daslung LepreseuUlive of Uarehack Horsemanship aud Hurdle Leaping. AHDEL uud DAVIS, the uuequallcd Gymnasts. William Carroll, the flying leapcr. The wr-udcii'ul Coorad.-. M'lle Frances, the great exemplar o the Liu school of equestrians. Four Great Clowns, embodying some of the most original in Amerioa. Joan Low low, the peerless Archie Campbell, William Conrad, F. Robinson, tho Holland Ll3rothers, in their wonderful Gymnastic specialties. Charles Macarty, battoutu leapcr and volti cur. The charming and beautiiui iu he L Amour, this eque trie.ne eelipses any artisto that has made her debut within the charmed circle, Madam Gertrude, tha leurless and beautiful wild beast tamer. M'lle Marga ret, the Queen of tbe Menace. William Conrads performing llog and Mon keys will also be introduced, and the world is challenged to produce their equals in the variety of their performance and the almost human sagacity which they display. Remember, a Show, the equal of which ban never been seen in Europe or America, managed and owned by the veteran showmao of the world, OI.D JOHN ROBINSON, whose name is a sure giutrantt-e that Wte l'ublic .v'.ll wituus th- Finest aud mot. elaborate exhibition evsr witnessed In Tarboro. Get. 31.-t. lieuii mber tlu; !y Admission to all &9c, . t?hillrea (under 10) 25c. Pel fonuaoco at 1 aud T-'i '