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I X - f ftiie Tarboro'ontlternr News f paper Advertising Agents, No 4; South g frl, Baltimore, Md., are duly author ..I for advertisements at OUT, Lin,rw rates. Advertisers in that City are requested to leave .their favors wil thin house. '-'' -' ' TA RB'ORO MARKET. f ; Reported afid Corrected weekly by II. 13;. E 3E3L,, vt ' DEALEIl'lK ' ' " ' ' 1 ' ' Dry Gbods & Groceries, ? r MAIN STREET. . . . . .1 'Corn, per bushel...... . iMenl, "; -'.'l. Peas, " jBaconHofc Round. .': f . . 1 ' namti. . ? La rd. pe r lb. ., - .' tHutter Country " Firkin-.. .-. v. .'. Potatoes Sweet, per bushel " J " Irish, per bushel. . Tallow, per lb.-. . .'. lEgs. per dozen Chickens Tow Is jKngs, per lb. . . , . , , . ileesax. Vet lb i Bee f, per lb i Pried Apples, per lb . A pple Brandy, per gal Vintgarpcr gal-. - .. 4 I,,,.,., oat ' H riin r iit it . ait.' , 65 cts . J.75 cts Eiteuiioi Orren Merter -fpr Scenes about the Scaffold. i xnent of a law that. says a 1 xeculious shall b -private,", yet fiSTTWaat last a large crowd, mostly cuiureu,. ws m town iortbe-pTnTKWofrwitri5siog the iarTBi8tBtroT)rrerr7iercnT condeit-ned foy 4he aiuroer-ot ;iiuOW Facts ato FAXcrts of Ocir Ftjxnt Fac- TOTM, FAIBLT FuilNISHD AND FNISHW). tfced the lloward Hotel on Fridj; uiphl. ne ccasion " being a Grand Dress IJall giTBn by (he young men of Tarboro. To sajf'tbat It was a grand success would ex press but a fitU o our fee'ings. The HntrrrfcrtMedMarW7sAoC;lT Hotel were Arown fipen Tdr theret-etian vi mo uuuifrous guesia iuc uiq Rrom wasibrilliantly lighted; the beantifnl lamps slieddiognjiseate hu of gkwy rj tne rictiiy aturea mrong. TLe Troprieto Mr. Millspsngh; at tlie1 head of his well conducted servants and attaches cmducod innca totbe pleasure and comfort of tbe guests. " The Special Reporter .of the Southern eb was on hand and discourses thusly about ntttets and things that came under his spec'ial observatiotl. Hear ye him: T3 l ad aJ Gr-vnc! Dress Ball last Friday evening we had. There was a sound of revelry that night there was. Tl e bright lamps shone ou fair women and brave men they did. There never was a finer t rn out in Tarboro witbir.4bjB memory of the oldest inhabitant' It was considerably after nine o etfck before the musicians got their iustruments intnne, but after they started, the a'rSkthey played were "welt selected and vvj cisjr , ...i.... . ...r, ,s cts Wt Warrtutou ;as nnable to be present. gho Grand March was opened by Miss D , of Va. leaning on the arm of Mr. I'P . ;. 'V. 'J ' : .J"he whole p ffliir was really good, but we Olke the liberty of particularizing, what we crt)sidervd,'the best. pWhe lady in the ashes of roses silk conr tfOnted ttnch to the evenings enjovnient TpoQjuly by her very superior d.mciDg, but by singiag several beuutiful and appropriate alls at the Tianofort. t There was many a sweet .g'auce passed hfii'6u a Mixs ii. and a Mr. S. Rumor says tber? is something in '.he glances: "fWe loved her once, we love her still, if,.. 1......... .n .:i Thiit loving mile of Mr. S t'.'ljj Has cansed our heart to quail. In that beautiful storv of Sir. Walt .75 cts .13 ets '15 crs ,15 cts 40 ets 50 ;tn 60 "els .:. $1 ....... 10 els 15 to 20 ots ...t..25ct' . . . .40 cis 2 cts 23 cts ..6 to 8 cts 10 cts ...$2 25 AhniM. half riflst' tWeW oVfflflc our' peci a CetKVItfjj'eJp hL cun iemned laao, who' appeared to wt in bet fcr 'cou.int tfp tlikp jftc 3"b!ore7 At OhlVIInjJTietUrate'hia InuoT He felt rry iioWmpn, and compTaiheiTof A Challenge. TIt-ttk.r Stabt.im. COLCMBIA, Cn7cf f a," IgM To jtbe Kditor ortn xnnon OBZHKKEk . !ir- Having' been informed .that Dr. L. L. Staton, of 1 arbf.ro, has freunyy, and upon various occasions boasted IhatT life horse "Morgan" could beat "Rattler1 one quarter of ar Mle. l tfieteforc, f risrjct : ' ' . . . - i .5. tuuy challenge Dr. Staton to rua nis nurse 'Mergan" against 'Raitler"iny, tinw flr- ing the monthW May, for: aj ninch'Tmoney as hel majr whabrVe JoOO a nidewill carry 120 pounds,pr any weight that may be agreed upon, ou, jlo doubt, will re collect thatr MoigaJi';. ; beat "Rattler'i twelve inches in a iinrtcjr 'of, a miler al Tarboro, in the Spring of. 1871,;'; rurther more, I have a three year old colt-ihat can beat "Morgan" for any sum '-of Liouey not hsss than $500 a side. Talk is cheap. You will obygfi by pabli-diiug this letter ia your paper. Very respectfully.,' - ; - C. H. I'ETTKNGILL. CJoiig to Gtttiri Davis has come to grief at last. r3ShiBtfdbhe readJf the Aance th'ai ih JelosMnade .dly affJon Harry Dane With a pistol and stick last Kiiramac aa(lwaAbonxuLi)ver to ear nex SuperfOT dSyrt-Mjfis Jtfstppearanc here was as teacher of. a 'colored school. We next hear-o(4i'uui pol iticswliese ffrec-f flnlminatedin'taeMulfirl'y assault on colrad BeofciritJ B:hs ie entivlwRrfi-uhnliie M low BoklliiAb&rj 1 But hi cut last he was arrested iu We)don and lodged iu Haiifx jaH, beiiijt un old lmrdenBd enm ;nal, for hom, it is report eoi -ThsTiotorionfl "Befl It will b. a targe re- dence Of James S. BatUe.ia tErbojo,.hK the Bar,. C.3. DodseA, of the NfC.: Coni ferenif, Mr WitLtAi Lv J?EKBLsVoKpln widdie ijounfj, Va., to Miss Lexia Marks. daughtsr of Peter P Marks, deceased, of rtlaceGeorgeGoanty, Va. Iu Onslow conptyi-December 23th, Pby E.jWalton John J. GuiiaANons to-Mie- end WiLToir, daughter . of John and mouder Walton. , , . ' . In Tt inC'cUH4i. 'rfHiiJblQi C-Von Thursday, January 9th, 13,4i the Rev. .nnrr nrfl v Alia 'Vft t Tl ft Tl lir fli tI u I tion tl 8berff wwi WMptWiSw'' "Tlie Ue;irt ol" Mrdlothian,' we learn cation foL pap.triftlw ll)e Iuk'e of Argylc armed anxiodVto JTlttlMjutfL iffflP1'':-'-r jfrt-tt fartm. Hid he leen iu the Howard Hotel last Friday night his heart would eti rijd Lot. his st.naacii bdinj w.Akq-'.U HW Vant'tute ,lr?s11? whif6 i,b H tar'eton - J -if " T ..... j,k I ni' !ir-lftfery'mnibl-, but a certain b'..irve idyu io aMin 1 want roui the iailer. 51. fed nioiid. arid be Las always." giauHe gppretm'jit. T he foruaer-t.itemlft"that I tnida td yon was trie, and I aj& fully-consirooibthfi fact tLat sooa I am to d!e,and f'trtit that I am urenaretQ ineemy Mk,r nJ g) to. abetter world thaur'tkiti. I r. -muly deny'ttfaf rrtyk ay means-to in jure ' e child. I don't want to make np a lie auJ tell it; what I said before w.is the truth. I .would like to get some medicine . to rilieve me,' I tlynk a drink of cidei or something of that sort would d me pood, tuit I da'l WAal Miy'iv' pMta. It Dr. StafoW wffild 'bS "kiad irloiign 'to vi-.it iu-3 I would take it as a groat laver. fiiUBsr tiflcli .m !ipp-.-ared "to" lake it very h-.nH ihitt he could nnt m vjopolize her. It Usieei tuioly bard to hardware all day aud sea tber gentlemen dance with yur tady in the evening. Beware of hardware. The Ixautifnl blnmle ladv in the em b .t if he caunot com i wDuLi likd to get a little laudnuu n, aI don't s!ee at. nigtrt and my bowels pain me very jaualiw,! Iiave njthiug mora to say. '., While in hU celfhe was rsked by the y ltueun'ER Iti?pa?te"r if he ' hid anything to fv"i -'hoy toak&ivtfi to make, &c. He saiu: We never shall foirret 1h? nfyht We saw Miss I. B. a',1 iu white, -The dinmbnd's slione with histre bright, Ah me, well ne or forget that night. Tlie lady fair, with the curly hair, that guin ISyid-Ted while drrss ftud pink sasli did it on flie light fant-.iKtic ni"st trauit: She has Ik en away for many a U tr absfiicd gii. vcJ as irreally On her It ft nriu was a sweet inoss ros., IKr st le pleased us completely. ';ir attention' was par.lcnlarly attracted by a married fady kept her seh.-ct party in laughter by her jokei ai;d joyous m-o.l. The btautifiil young l.idy iu wh'tj with a red sash - --v PeemM very fond of ihineing, Bui allow Hs-t( nmark. S 'iiie tine dav she tuav duneeawaT H'.lh onr totnii!i-.iN.- Mr. C Thosb Bankers." Where Is the Bar Room, Drug Store or other public place that you cannot find the well known "Banker" Cigar? "They have acquired such a reputation that no assert ment is complete-without a full supply of thesu. tavorties. The Bole manufacturer is Mt.' 'Whi.'-A. Mehegari, Norfolk, Va who is prepared to supply any deraaot pn short notice. . . . . ' . . n Cotton Shipped. An indication of the Tarboro and Edgecombe cotton market may be known by the following figures furnished us by Mr. C. C. Thomas. Kail Roa 1 Agent at this place. Shipped at Tarboro Depot from Edsc combe county for two weeks, jjntliog Jan.' 14th, 1,206 bales. Shipped for the fame time, f 'ora tfte Tf River, 546 bales. Total for two weeks, 1,751 bales. . - I ' ; " v i t i Mobe Imfrovkmkts. The march of improvements ftill continues in Tarboro One story stores tiro- .becyming Ib'tAgsof. the past and our capitalists arc beginning to mat ill with 1 lie times. Besides the improvements already no- i ticed in the Sovthf-Iinkr, we are enabled to announce the following. . Mrs Willie Wals'on intends at ar early day to raise her stores now occupied by Messrs. ieilbroner & Br" , and Mrs. Fel denheimer, t ivo r'.ories, I li us adding greatly to the appearince of that portion, of Main Street , : Win. II. , Juhaon', E., alsor contero--plates put'ing a secmj story upon his fine brick office. , , Other Improtcme'iitSi are spoken f which we may be able to notice next issue. ' Farmers wh Viok wfclh K t'leif own in terest's buv a'.l their IIirdaie snoplies at the !lardwa.- H-mse of PLUilillilt, LEWIS &. VQ., Tarboro, X. C. - , i . ' - EdgiColle Cnoppis!. Our neighbor, the Enqulrfr, -seenii disposed to run all over the State to find instances f good cropping, .tn" .exiMeHsc the wi-h- that E.ljrecoriihe should not hide her lijht un der a bushol, "' . .. I'.'i". , - If he had ex-imined the Sot T'ir.KSEK last week, he 'wo aid hare seen;that -hpon the html of Dr. K. H Dicken oe man and one horse, wit'i three, children, produced 22 bales of cotton, 50 barrvla of corn, aod. 200 bushels potatoes. . - -" We eive hinr now' another iniiance of superior cropping: Mr. John A. Little, living tho LiWC" Cotieto D:str!'-t, with one ass istant aud cue horse, produced 14 bales 'of Cotton, 50 bairelsof c'rivMid 160 bushels jK4ate.- wardT bad been SereX a4 yetfrfagO. "We"' have not been able to get the ririionkirv bat i nderstand he is charged- with forgery, Ih is if adf cdtonten'talt' on he tiewfl sta e ofTlim'gs?' td thihKlhnt sudrt a nfoir acler has been flourishing in our midst for more thnn twelve months, one of th oil lohler Jp5iojueoy iflifi Radkial Jctoiufciis I s.oners ol KtlgecomDe, carrying ou at u uik" rate, exerting great influence with the itf iionintiieivaL'sUianytof who a'his beck and Calibans' ener eo- jMWpv tfceir last cent when he was arrested In a com munity, like this, where the blacks pre dominate, alksnehf. charades has tpgi to get a foot bbktiAti mingV wi3l"." Pro claim himself a good Radical and he is a mud" man. Wa congratulate our cjtieens npoBjeing, rid of tlii Uid. nu. His Sttpei f iap pearance, though involuntary, is a happy riddance. Like the deadly upas, his pre sence would contaminate anv atmosphere ia which he ioTe4foij Tne Executive Committer c thk State Aqhicdltijbai. Societt. ThiaJom mittee held fipe6ngJy444i3ayliifr5ipSt at the Yarborough, at the instance-of " the President, Col. T. M. Holt, who wa pre sent. ' No biisjness of a positive character was transacted tho time of the meeting beinocefipwd irf befring teppjftsi($b BuiiKn' nd SeWnsJoftimfttee anQ-iii eV- amining the draught of the bui'dinga to l erijeted upoi the new grounds lust west oi the city,. It is etiol tlt tlie ddgid iuiprovemiits will cost some $20,000 aud if the citizens of this city and those in the State interested in the matter will (We -to the Otanraijtf e$ a mf f f f pprt. tfey't"?1! arrange the gronuds second rout few in the el mitrv. The iilan. of the flora: hall bnilrlius? is a most excellent ne, ito dimen-! sions belas 20 J 21 lleti -th ! centre t ree stories high. We hope to see th Committee go forward with its work with i Via Kama neL'V tin VI ha vo already rnsniieakJ in the SnitiAcUa we are con fident thev will do. Aetos, Peter IJ. .SJipdJ). D., Rfev, John B. Jot- neu, of. vlnmllngtori, ,N. C..' and MJss. CaVL bik F.KNAPP. ihmshter of the late Eer N- P JInatD. of Mobil... Ala I v uuuuiu; , bv .ikk V lUilS in St. Paul's Church, by thd R7S.fiiiK fowns end, -Tames S. AVhkdbee, of Baltimore, to Elizabeth G. Majxt, daughter cf Hon, M, E. Manly, of Newbern. No cards. By Rev. J. b. Dudley, on tlie 8th of Jan. Mr. TpMAa P. Sandifkr, of Halifax Co., N C, and Miss Sabah E. White, "of Notto way Co , Va.1 - '', ' ' - V On the 2nd Jan.; at the residence of Wat son Lewis, Esq., by Rev. Edward Wooteni Mr. Hi n a it P. Hahrkli, to Miss Carkie V. Lewis. : ;-f; " v1-1 vr c;.- At Chapel Hill," on the 52rd of Dec, by Rev. J. B. Martin, Mr. Skaton V. Babbke, to Miss SuBAjj-Dvipj daughter of M. W. Hvjn Dap!ef -ll- Goodjpe. of fias issued a prosectus of th WarrC-nton, prosectus of the Common. wealth, a w?ekly newsp per, which be pro poses to publish in Raleigh the first num. oer to appear some uroe in .uariu. Davis. i ADVERTISEMENTS. c , TVHITfitOCk'S' YEGETATOR, WE ASfe THE TRIAL OF A small quantity of this Fertilizer on- In this County, on Thursday the 9th inst, Mrs. 3iyiiu fH yife of Jmes & Pippen, in the 32nd yeaf of be ifei f . J I ; COTTON 0R CORN, by the side of any manure which can be ot'oduced.' ' ' , -. . BISHOP & BRANCH, Pefdfshur. W. T. nAURISON & CO., Norclk. WILLIAMSON, UPCHURCH & Co., Raleigh: , TODD, SCIIENCK & CO.r P. A. DUNN & CO., W. WHITELOCK & CO., Baltmore. j.9-3m., ,-A. :'CABD. , Town Creek, Edgkcombr Co.; N. C, ) J4nuary 6th, 187 JS. J TO the worshipful Board of Commis missioners for the Cuuuly ot Edge combe The undersigned hereby resigns into your hands the office of Constable for Lower Town Creek Township, No. 18, which ollice he has heretofore held. If your worships require a reason for my re signation it is this: I have no person at home capable . f attending to my business, and, consequently, am unable to attend to the duties of the otnce. lours, &c. .HENRY WIN BORN. QXFOKD HI igla. School. J ; t ? ' : o : ; i J. H. HORNER, ) . . ' ' , " ' SPRING. TER5f WILL ;BEGI.v4i .' , rilHE SPRING. TER5f WILL -L The Setond Tleuday la January. 4 - - Terms as heretofore. Oxford, N. C, Dec. 12, 1872. jany 2-lm mm j-1 ? . ON i ft .r- ' IlIjST. street, Is still full to overAovini ficeut atock of ' ... , . wth ' magui- f Clanped Hands, -face, rourh skin-.- nim.. pies, ringworm, salt-Vhuem, and other c'u laneons affections otrerf, aWd the skin made toft and smooth, ty-utig the Juni fei' Star Boap, in adu hy CaswtU, li?-eapd- s Co New.Ye.ik, Bp certftiq to-get,, thej jumper lar Soap, as t.iere as there are mauv worthless imitations made -with common' bla210ijy?fn1tb(Jc44gWU . Dr. 21. raw. The purest and sweetest OodiLiver'; Oil is Hai'.irrd & Caswell's, rriade iri the wen brej trom fresh 'selected liverp, by Cas well Hazard atCr-,-Naw York. It is ab soIut;ly pure., arid ''sweet;' Patient wro have taken it prefer It t all others. Phy sician's have'decidVdiit Rupeiior i6 'any ot the oWier oil infHirket -i nr.21-12vv. !. BkvI'aue ! The pu,ilio in general are cautioned to loukj)i!t"fo)ri the spurious articles put np in iinuation ot and as sjibstitutes Jpr Sun'iftrt'rf L1er Regulator Buv oirlyfiioA'wjspeetafs di ifceists, and see ttial ft T.t square -pockages, I -lierebv-certify 'to the above .'stute- ment..and fui thermore, that Mr. Winhorn is untit for the duties ivad those that would nce$ssai-ily be imposed on him in said office. It.--. - W. T. MACNAIR, M.D. Dentist, has returned to his quarters iu Turboroj after n gay and festive ChristmasJ ancVhus tho MjiiXfu,n; of .. Q. Simmons holiday iniVitiriW. thUok AI UW'J. -rteih Co W (ts -sido , M r J r r s . . . . a . prepared to accomplish work in his Una with renewed uergy and uci3p. AjL Drug Store, t cp to the necessities of the ymcs. " ; lie Y orharli ppf,flf a$il)( cdlection of Garden Sefds of th"? moslJ extensive vuruAvt-iiuiratiii! !tUJoftUM all the leadiug Florist and Seed Hou-es. x aiu.iies win ijiaivo uui ui iiiu I am in -bopes ifcae ''JesQS 1 -wifh me. I eat eomeihiug to-day, bat I feel weak. Alldh.it I dread is the palh k)l death. Jesus has been calling on me for a number of days, and I atn sure that my oarue :s down ou iiis book. 1 again say that 1 had nothing to do with the murder of the child; the list time-1 saw it, it was w-ll aud hearty and I did not give it any poisou., i It is very hard, but I leave ell this in the bauds of God wbo keeps the Leys bf" heaven. I (eel prepared to die and I have said everything I can Bay. I have been eat i op all aIoo, and it is Cull that mkes me feel fO iecble and weak; and I' did not iotend to ptarve bijgdf to death. Vre tbfen shook bauds with li m and he feH cold - At one o'clock? the prisaoer , was brought from' his 'eelf to tie ecaffol l which bad bees-erected in -the jail yard nd duly protected from 'public gize by a high waH aod blankets. On g i jjr up the scaffoli steps be tad to be assieted, acd then Le request ed that a minister would come aud pray with hi i. - 1 T - Pariio aioiiiiwe'tt,' fep5' bo 'the scaffold, but in doing so said that it was against his feN lings. The dopmef ma.fi sai'toT.rinfyhtre my hopt in God and- feel " that I 'am pardoned for my many sins Uis friend, Shird Andrews, then went up t lbs scafft ld and' shook bands with him, to whom ho said I was very bad last Sunday when yoa canie to see me. I feel this day that f have rest ing place aod-L am willing tt die, as all my punkbtiieat is to be baVe. ITeA in. u requesieu inai some one wouiu siog with him. The following hymn was then sung : , And am I born to die, to lay this body down. Arid muit uay treoabjling spirit fly iutp tu worm unknown. ' We hated many highly tl.atiriii remarks ou the sweet expression of counteua ice and fine d.ir.c!n;j of a certain yonng lady who arrived in Tarboro- from Norfolk, the night previous, ou her way to Pitt County. The two Red Birds, Miss S-, from Va.. and B. W., attracteil universal adiniration Cor vivacity aud loveliness. An l Miss T., of W., beautifully attired iu white tarleton, tr'nimed with green, was the cynosure of r. 11 eyes. Miss D. of P., clothed in puro white was be.nitlful to look upon, and attracted no little attention from our young gallantry. And then such a brilliant array of mar ried ladies; all elegantly attired in the latest fashions a coter e that well nigh put t the blush the young girls Mada-nies K. S.t li.C. end W. a circle that could nt fail to draw a crowd of admirers. . The graceful young lady! Miss S. of Va., c!al id an elegabt colored silk, was par ticularly observed. Neither did Miss W.'of Ohio, robe 1 in pure white with black polantsa, fail to re- ceiv-j due atten-.ion or notice. Mi-s A., from W, was equal to the occa sion, and showed special taste in her beau- tilhlly elaborate toilette. Miss W., rf Va., created no little sensa tion by -the magnificence of her apparel, astonishing her many admirers by a bril liant change of toilette. lv o one- witness the graceful move ments of Miss B.; of Edgecombe, robed in pnre white, without feeling a g!o of piid-J that of such was come 1 Mis R-, of our tojynf in jure white with pink sash, was universally admired, and held ia strict aitentiou the approoation of her admirers. ' " ' " g. . " ..- Tha young and beautiful lady, Miss R. B appeared in ) pink silk, trimmed with white ipce. one of the most loveiy faces and dresReiat the Bain. .' , Anithen carae the Supper degant and Who can beat i ? i" "And what necessity i there of goingbe- yond Ertgecomhe 'o reporfffTCx-ileut pro ductions, ; " ' . , , ' Painting and TjcIuts At Dr. L. L. Sta ff n's Drug Store -,-ixi.find Leis Buck's, Brooklyn, Nl-w tf'v, Le;vls, and all of the co'ors that are used by Mouse and Buggy raintei's. P re K-tow-h t)il wuiriuted uon-explubivi- and to pi ye a ;ood light. -, Save your money by poing to the Hard taro tinrisd ol Il'Ltl iMERilf VlS. JtjCO, lime during tlie past few years the Sooth KSXKRtn. behalf of ti e pelr eKdse-- coiubCk has rrcfceCAifutf ihl sad .of - surroUuaTo; others avo liad.hin tbe'.imb'ic. ware I . Ba- ,i- 'dupld'S Ambucades.-TUe iv arciim. Lise,itUB)tslf arrows. trom many coigns of vantage, but .it is dtwibt ful if lie delivers bis heart taking shifts frotri any ambusl? with : friorc c)lecf" IBaw' When he Ini tlfotii ffonf the ri"a$d aft.i ' folds and hamlets of a superb bcud, f -hair.- L:iiiie who have not, been favored by Nature witii this eroAvniug ch:rm of wotnanhooil,' can readily and eerta'inlyncrejrjsc ij! vo- mb ofthefy h it' acd mi part to it a atiUen lustre byartifea; Lyon's Latharioh as a daily dressing; whilo those ' wlwm Providence tins blessed with aupci'abu)d.ncc of-this 'Gfcry of the ,st'5,'caii. jit e'serve it'- undi uiib.alie l la anantity, afltrMiridimititSni'd in bcasity' tth Incest pertwt dt Itfr. Oliere is gerniinatini principle- in- the Katha kio.n which lUeraiJjj .CjOUiprf.tiio .hair- to giow. Al ex Jrpaes sotiri, '.dacdrrff, r.nd all exfoi?atiiiiis and excr'escnci-s of the scalp which Interfere wjth th rapid !'aad health v Uevelopmeut uf the libers. r . ; SELECT Boarding & Day School; FalL&;Wlhtei? MliaiiSJiUKUVJN.U. S,lirr f "0 The NASH Will MISSES - -AND MISS ' KOliX,0CK resume the .Exercises cf thsir School on r ' : FRIDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, 1873. Circulars forwardod on application. . . .;jany 2-tff. I -t .- . , . ..... . ;;, selected with a special attention to the want and rvPcUes' of UA rrsiket. . ilia asortmM-tv4 g.in.t.ru. i ij-i-. Ladies 'GOODS WA.nnEisrTOAsr willbo fouoelnurijalja to-i " qvalitTk 'Quantity frices Female Colleffevi n?lt?"i Warrenton, N. C. T!IIE SPRING ESSSION OF 1873 WILL begin on the 15th January, and con tinue Z') weeks. Board (exclusive of lights and wash. ing), $70.00. Tuitioninregolarcour.se, $25.00. For lull particulars, applv to I 119 t T. H. JOJiES, PresU . The FETTER SCHOOL - KITTRELLS,S.C. BLACK .SILKS . " "? ;. . ALPACCAS, . . it ..... . . 'VELYET3, , n VELVETEENS, Ills assortment of PA 31 ." NOTIONS, ... . r . - . . ? t . .' - i such as Laces, Edgings, ic. can not be surpassed. Particular attenti- n has beeu FRED. A. FETTER. A. M-. Principfd. CHAS. FET 1ER, A.M. Associ'U; Principal Pad t,li:f THE FOTJRTFENTH SESSION W?T,L. QllflST IICDMnTMCMT''' Begin on T11UKSDAY, January 9th, QllUC UCrAEl I Hitl I Springs isnsed freely and with happy t-ffecti""- " , -1 "J"' """ by lM.ys.whesehealih requires .' . , : TJAdies, Gnsys.M.., CUiUrcitf a - : i: . - : ... SEWED AND PEGGED SHOES, Board (including; Fuel and Lights) an Tuition, if 11c . " For Circular address either of the Prin cipals. dec.l9-lm. prQncrly A prayec was offered up, and tbeii the doomed man shook hands with several, of hi1' friends, saying farewell I hope to meet yoa all in heaven. M 1 am not whm y t be liuag' wroneiuiiy. f. never tnougut that 1 would come to this., After banking 18 minutes he was pronounced . dead, by the attending physicians, was cut down and Jbia re mains placed lo i priide coSiji Sue I j was thjeiiduf Orteof llercor. the child murderer. PrnsoXAL. During the present we-k we have hid '.he pb asnre of seeing in - our otliee and i:pon the streets, Mr. T. Ji. K'nprsliury, . late aSsotiate editor if the Raleigh Stntimi. , ' s I Mr. Kingsliury is now the travelling agent for that popular firm. R. Walter & Co., 026 W, Baltimore Street, Ballimore, Md. In couneC'i-m with the manufacture of clothing, this House a!;;o announce that they are jobbers in cloths, cascimercs, Sc., selling by the pries t Suit customers. The House is liit class its Agent is ditto . .' ' ' ... :J There will be preaching at the Methodist Church next Sibhalh at half-past seven o'clock, P.M., by tho. pastor; Kr.C. C. Dodson. r-l - - i GBtcCLTPBAr. SociKiT. The regular I monthly meetingif the Edgecombe Agris cn'tnral Society "i!l be held,, in Tarboro on-ext Te-day The 8st of Janndryl . An interestinar discussion wiU .be bad, and all members are requested to be op hand. well served. i Ihe county Court House. Notwithstanding Ump appeals, backe by Jke eifnert ruonstfnce3 otwOo, lie geiieray,theirr.t aulhotM deemed it wise ad jnflicioijll of tlis public domaia,tthus curtailing, the Cop'rf lioii'Stttfrl ifj tIM fftijgfeud of nothing. The whole principle waarong and w sc condemned t. ..4 , r And wtf now have one ree,uert T-'maKe in tho nane ot 'the jsuuie people: Tlie huira brick buildinjtof Mr. II. D. , v , 3 : - ! " - Tetl sadly ovetsliidow-t'tFie Wibton Man ttwe-nt a monutenl n Avjitcb every aotfj of Edecotnlie shoulif dke a jtt toride. L tthey lialike to e4 fotailaliftfl -esting under the dripping ofauy pnvtie dwelling. . 4 v f , t Let it be' removed Wtbe -opposite' cor ner of tho Omit G,-enr.wbere .'It can, seen by ' all, and, the memory Of the, public, spirited man, one of fidecombe's b'enefact' .rs,an be recollect J an 1 icknoledga. WiU our county, oftttlali Used fthts voice 1 .-.,9 4 ii. J? U. For Cpuhs, Bioneiiitis aiid Copsutnpt ion in its eailv sti'.'os', riothitig e'fuas Dr Pierov's Golden MIn'af ifcxctwei-y; -. ' i t l ? ,, i wm i ' ; A Slich In-Time Save. Nine t N..o .nnk J,. - 1) . fndtisaadil go to'u. untimely, g' aye by nes- Ihciibj what tucy. call a ".-:ii t f ii. Tuese-slight colds are very insliiu. They soon becftue deep-vpfed and defy all remedies. ' Vt. I utts f Expectorant will dre It. It cab be had of uiry Druggist. 1 . " iTcskkoki. ALA.,'Ap'riI 2S,'l87T.' Dr. W. If. Tutu' ' - In Vatitnde for the benefit received by the uSe f yout Fspectoratitl I do eheer- fully, add my "testimony to.it most vo:i- tierlnl eff.'Cti M reK-iVius Asthma or di!U' clt y of breathing. I' was induced by the high recommendations given to yonr h,x pectotStnt to tiw it,-arid -found that it gave almost immediate' relief. It is- about tiv months since I began its use: I'hsve iised WX bottles and not ha-Viiig had ' tVt aitack since. IV. has Ieeu agnvit blessings to me; I prvno5affbrd t.Jba without it, and I bearti4itpmescL ii, to all persons whbareatall tronblvd with Lung or throat Diseases. r'-VeYy rep!rtlnlly,, ' Mrs. A. SI. Wellb rn. call attemiAB. i th miiiiic m a th ti, I ftteatipa Jbl AjHlllie fftilfjraJ to4.Ua superior inducements offered lor executing JoO VV'okaeifso'HEBNyffiie. . , It witriie rfoaeMip- ihii 'stj le' fequal to the best offices in the country, at rates as low as the cw!fit, fao-ite elojiptiituiie-ttr pai with the promptest. We assure ur merchants and business' men ia aearl,jtbanpw these. is B94ecei J ivi mem iu bcuu rorm to navexnerr worn printed, such as mBefuter.letrer-heads,'&c. Leave bur orders wilh the SoutiiCKnee ofhee; the 6ame'WflI be nlfed in a manner equal to your wibhe.8 both in style and pikes thus encocragingibome enterprise Aftefnpier tbe fn waa fast and ftirious. . .v - . . . . .. u. u re mar sea to us it was all very fine fec4hose ho liUed it, but put yourself in mjr place,-sfanding here hugging the stove aiid J. If whirling my sweetheart all round the haU It may suit the taste ot some fellows.' : It don't suit nit", not a bit. Sir. R. M danced the Highland Fling most gracefully.. We" have seen it dona by a MaCgregOr on hi native heath, but never saw it done better. iWe left oa the appro&cb of U-e wee sma Lours, delighted with the evenincrs euter- tainmeiit,- and trust our young men will Ijoiylte us to another of the same before Jfiany weeks. ', ' ' "... A Di8Aio4i!TMEXT. Th e special Re porter of the. Southeewer visiter! Green viHe last Thul.sday -for , the . ptvjapse of taking notes "upon the execution of one Ned WiMiarns.'CoiiTicted of murder.' The Reporter and he pnWic generally vas disappointed to find that the scafTcld sceqedidnot tak.e place, thecage .havipg beeb'irfled utr fothc Snpreirfe'CotTf; niaking the secoml time somethirtg unn stil in North. Carolina jurisprudence.- ' Save your monev bv iroing to fhe Hard ware Ilooi? of PLTJMM ER. LEWIS & CO Tarboro, N. C., lor every species of Hard warg. v. . ti;.' v. Orn " Senator. Tho readers of the SouTiJnRN will justify, the asser tion that -.ee have never been'' nart'ail o the eonduct of affairs administer ed by Ra lici officials. , . -""We have never hesita'tea to condemn their course ! wtneer cocasmnaUon was necessarjr. ' At the snme timt we baTe(nocpen dence suffiVent, to-rxpres our appro bation of public servaats een on the'i Radical side! who. ignoring ' politics, discharge their iuty. : '., -,. So feeling and acting, wc.hn.ve no hesitation iu exprcssinour confidence in the integrity (pofiocs'exeluded) ef our Senator, Alej cCa,be ., , T '; TKe fact is fsertlfT jhat.,Eds:ecoitiba' shall bave' 4 "Ratlical" ScnaTor." rf better man coald renresenfc ear interest (in that party) than A. MeC:be. n . :-. .i'-; ! k?1 DAitT'LiN'K ox the RtvEit It will be seen in atrHhr column that there Is n'w a daily line of steamers on the river, nnder the manage, pf lli Pwr a1! Tttr R ; nothfb Endtt3CB iPlo.TIe Jast issue of Aiie Southuuuk aunonnced the kilitni bf xvUn fffld fhaV; ?igtfj oo'J pou aas. iuis p.g was laiscia uy mr yj HJenkius.! ) ;i'i'.!(f::!'j ill 7 Mr Jobs A Ijittla rerjeytsj still ,bettcr,s loiiows: a. pig oi tuc,ume age, ana Kiueu feyf i b 4thoH f Janetiy 18??, weiglifd 585 pounds, thus beating the Jenkinlt4pi five viihds. A Barbecue ari6T 'Tilmaa.iBgsJ' , kae bet upon these pigs, atame your lime, gentle men! . ' ' " men t 'fit The finest i selection , of Studs. Cuff and Collar Buttons ve4irougnt to tnis mar kef at Bells'.,'' Call aud see. .'it I'; i A Fkw Morr Lawtkrb. The following list of young gentlemen (?7 iuall) were examined by the Supreme Court last Mon day, aid ceiv4d licences to jraraqticellaw . Tj B Ilbhber leubnrg; J S Adams "Buncombe; R B Bax ter, Buiicdmbe Lawrence Pulliamf Bun combe; Wi1 Fool'PasqXiotan'irW'fJ Fields, Alleghany; H fi-'Gullon.' ohaslon;, t" A Woodard, Wilson; O H Allen, Duplin; R S ByuumteesBi'ppa)ty Wl S Lea rj colored; Umnoer'and; W C JJfon- roc Pi 1?fT.bmnnr1-H T Tt-irhnnr." 'Pmilktin i 1 Bco'he, Wake ; Willm'Wjiitord, Craven Vv C Bower, iff oithawpton; G, W.Bower, rAshe; S. J.' Skim?et,JraHvme. he managemot pf li Pwri and Tu. iver Naytnt?.Trj CftrnpaiyJC ,Vi . L This lire consists of 'he Sir. Vesta, Cap' W. Jester. Slakiiix daily trips from Wasb- intrtotvtii Tf134'i'J' Mialii'we ft'fttJ leaving each p rt ,';rjr .ijatj Sandays excepted fiidt cl,ir g At aH' lamiVrgs fln tho w;ty. i For fnl! tvirlicnla , Joues;.M. J. UawKins, warren. v ,Umm anb. Stir A S, W IMntj hM Twk? il McNeil, cimond;J AteiatiaeV-Mnliiy H rarVffeMVlrri lodlPWell 16 their own in teretit's buy alt theirTIardWare supplies at rbe Utrwarj .Hfrise et-PLUMMEU, Lifj w IS JJUi Tar ton a(. vf . f f This hnrivailed Medicine is warren ted not to contain a single particle of T.Ierc-.iry, or any lnjuriavi-i mui'.iai suustaiicc, out is . PU Ilk LY VKG ET ABLE. . For forty years it has proved its great valua In all diseases of the liver, bowels and kid neys, j Thousands if the good and great in all parts pf tlie- country roneh for its- wonderful and iiecnliar newer- in oarilvinar the blood. sfimnlalhi '-the torpid Iwer an I bowils, and imiiariingnriit3-and wj;or tko-wholt sys tem. u Simmon's liver: : esu's-tor is acknowl-edgc-u to hae mrequalfer a ' - ; LIVER MEDICINE, . . . It. contain fonr medical eienwnt, never nmted in the ranie happj' proportion in any other preparation,, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderf ul Tonic, an iroenceptioiiablo altera tive and a o.rtai'i Corrective of a'.l impurities of the body Such signal success has attend ed its use, that it is now regarded as tho OREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC for liver complaint and the painful oiTaprin? thereof, t iwit. Dyspf-psia. coiiBtipatiou, jam - idice, ruuodn attacks, mck nead acne, ctua. rtiipression ot Byir-ts- sour stomach, heart burn,. Ac; te. , . , -; ' Begulato the liver and prevent CHIL LS AND FEVER. :; . Simmons' Liver Rff;n'ator ' , Is manufactured only by J II. ZKILl &' CO., .' .. Macou, Ga-, and Philailclphia. Price .Jl 00 per package; -sent by mail, post age paid. $L04. Preparod ready" forme $1.00 and SI. 5(1. ril ty a 1 Druggists. Eeuafo ef ail Counterfeits and Imitations FEMALE ACADEMY. . - t , ... The next Session will open thej First Monday of Jan., 1873r A few Boarders can be accommodated . . Terms: Hoard, fnclu'dvng Tuition, R5 Tnitioa for Day Pupils,, from 16 to 2U Music and Languages extra. Cliargcs made from time of entrance, and no deduction made for a shorter absence than one month. Ill Charges payable ba'.f in Advance. Rc-ff rences: Ji'ev. J. B. Cheshire, D. D.;' Hon. Geo. Hoivard; Jlcssrs. J. L. Bridgcrs; D. Pender and W. M. Pippen.. l'or furtlm- jiarticulars address Mrs. Gen. PENDER, rmcipftl. dec 12-t. in Morocco, Kid, Grain, Kip, Calf, &e. nil Grocery" Department , .- - -si; i ' - ' ' : i .i i ! , .B.lwa.ysruB!, ,B' st ,. - Factory Ohcese & Orange le . Bullf r '' cobstairt'y oniaifd. ' '"''' ' . &t lowest 'cesh r1r ,TU ' Highest Market Price Paid, for '"I 1.-1 -;o: ILnglis, Oassictxl, B. C. BR0WX, dee 5-3u. AXD TAHBtKC. 1S tr - ; Mathematical Schooj, jt , ytlQ cj 4fc Oc v t-f A t m A T71- A C T7I f T") TT CLOTHING HOUSE, Granville County, N.Q :S. 1 STEVENS & CI FTJRNIT XT IT E AND Corner Main and Granby Streets, . ' NORFOLK, Va. Jany 2-ly TIIK SESSIONS of this SCHOOL begiuon'tho ' , First Monday of February and of August, a d connmiejior lweniy eesa. Tuition, $25 per Session, and Board in private families at $ 12 per mot.th. We refer by permission to Ii'.. A.' C. Harris and Rev. VEdwd. Hines', Sassafias Fnrlc P. O.; lloti. A. W. Venable and R. A. Hamilton, Esrj., Brownsville, Tm. 0-, aud .Thonns C. Hunter, Esq.,'EnCe!d, N. C. - NATHL.T. WATKINS, j GOODRIDGE A. WILSON, f Principals. ' Foi particulars address , NATH. Y. WATKINS, . nov. 21-10t Sassafras Foik, N. C. mm Ttirboro. X. O. A 'I r..i ,,,' X7"E ar. now opeoiosr ib.e Jargoit Stock ot CloiLtng a d lry Goods , in lowri. -e WE Make the Firrest as well a i T ! Dr. jTutt's IIairiV'endfsea by f tne best tjni A DVIKTISEi1I12 TS. SQME THIKFSTOLE FfiOM OFF my horse In Tarboro on ftecember 24th a :RED,'BtlNKET stamped 'D. H. B.",Uy Oettow fate. "r " : The -above reward Witt be paid for its Return or delivery V me - , ' - HURTT D . ' 17,. 1 1 fJ I JVj 2 . 7 rftl( ' J . i -Tresiicr,t Vice-President - Cashier Assistant Cashier ISAAC B. GRAINGER, CHAS. 31. STEDMAN, S. D. WALLACE, ISAAC BATES, B J3l '3ST SSL or ew Hanover fctate,. t ; tha, cheapest tJk.i io;j ia tea Wl'i ah Practical .Tailors and Cut tare nhil. Wrti'io '.'.1 .n. Olnlio to Fit. II AX EIGH i i- BAPTIST Fcinale Seminar TXT Fr make C!lothing to' Order of the '-Finest ' Doaiestic and Tinported - -J '- , , -. ; 1 r ciot ill: Capital and Surplns, Authcrized Capital, $225,000 $1,000,000 DIRECTORS. IX R. Mnrehison, of Williama.4 JIurchison Geo. B -Pi-erch, of Geo. U French A Son H Vollers, of Adrain & Vollrt-g ' ' - J W Hinsotif of HprnetA-HinaoB- -Q M .Stedman, of Wright & tedman James A Leak, of Wadtsboro t; - - . M Weddell, of Tarboro, N C E B Bordon,f Guldsboro, S O. . " I. B. Gbatsgeb, President, -' - TXTK hae the greatest, variety ot Mens, 73ovs and ChUdrens Cioth- ioa in, tbe State, 4V. " , :' - . . . i. ... ,t ' ' ' T , T77E have Overcoats, Talnias, Cape-. i' and iihawlj for Moa, Boys audi . Children. 'i leMuarit Tailor, i :.f;.tKi$xT pborijo;:; ' PKNDER. G ATLIN v'& ., CO. paper, oevown -ib moiw ijuiriwj . tv bianct. News, Fashions.. AqriaUtwt, Horti- I ' pc-rs, cocsaltailertl-iemeiit rrrcrs 'an'rthin- chr, -Arts, , Sciect,, Finance . and , ('pin-. mere. adv free! . rifr)scfr,;ori ltrfce, 9Z peranum m in3;f.lcectW fM 'eanspte-wp,' L ' 'A'.l c6mtttaWdktT6tis ' sftOnM ' b& s.d- 1830. OBfT?-'i:; ifcA!."1 ''" " HOST. R-'Hltt' R0B1 A; MARTIN k CO., t I GROCERS AND innHtAikKrl. inrlrwrident Democratic News-f I Petersburg,; Va. b"0 ATTti F U L P EuS ON A L AT- f Jj ten tion grven fVfhe ile6f Cotton,' Tt (He can bloBiid.aii.he. Liverv; Stipes' irnierryoccupied by Jfr. (iVBi-LipscorhlKi, 'here hi. will he plowed to make a borough ihitttion'Of'bis'stock lo all pnrohaeeiH' bacoo.'TOfcCaiyAosTJ'-'i- ii: : .1 it f f Wrtwsr usl mr- Ar'reaMoriame-t Goldsboro Branch. E B Borden President. B P Howell, Cashier. DIHECTOBS: E B Border? W 'I Faircloth, W F Kornegav A J Gal!vWavHirmah Well. ,i TARBORa BjRAJVtlEI M. Weddell, Tres't. J Drumming, Cashier. i , riBFORS. , James 'M' Redtn-)id- Frt4 ' ridlhps, W'O Lewis, Matthew Weddell. ' ' Issues Certtfcatg'of Bepositbearmginterest Is authorise! by charter to receive on de posit moneys- heid in tr,vtst bv cxecntdrs, ad ministrators, guardians, fco-, ic, Ac. Rolls Cheeks on New York, Baltimore Norfolk,- Bichmond, Tetersburg, and all the cities ai d towns m Korth C. rolina. ' Buys and sells gold, silver, bank bills, bondrf, stocks, tc, Ac. ""Strict attention given to the orders and re quests of onr country Jrienrls by naul or other wise', e ' ': i Jt Nov, 80j 187J-3m. ; Ilvses, and Muks. THE . UNDFBSIGNEP . HAS AGAIN arr i ved in Jarboro with ( a fineloXt which cannot be excer!e'J;nnyvrje. F. B. noBOoot), A. M., Principal. ' -, ., Bev. A. F. Bei.d, A.M., Associate Principal. F. A Bf HtMANN, Professor ol Music. The Spring session will epep on tho . . ' 17th "of FBRFAUf , 187$. V The building, having, been enlarged, is spacious, commodious ail . handsome. , The Litf-rary Department is' provided with a select Librai'y, a large, collection of Geologi cal Specimens and a fine riiilosophical and I'hemical Apparatus The Music I)e artmont is provided with a largo number of good Pianos, two Organs and a Harp. ' ' The lady teachers employod are all FinA-p Class. Bonrdme: pupils are required to wear iMiiform dress. Ioajd and tuglish 'lmtionl -riri,: V i. "T . CiAntr rA' VI nuODsesKiouoffive montbp. r r - tAV !'?, .'B Kck Ol tupot S For particulnrs, apply for eiroular. if-7 J ahd Boys Undersbi Bingham School, MEBANEVILLE, N. G. ! CoL WM. BIXa'IAM, Sup't. . ' M ai. BOUT. BIXGUAM, Act'ng Sup't. . . , M .j. W.B. LYKCII. capt. t. l. Norwood. , . 'n' Spring Session cf 1873 opens Feb. 7 t,3" For Circulars address, ' ' Maj. ROBT. BINGHAM, ' ; j2-4t Acting "Superintendent. 5': Miuarvs RALEIGH N. C iSGUOOL V ,- ! i Rev. ALDERr,SME1)KS,,D. D., Rector. Rev. BENNETSMEBES, A.M., AssfVt. THE SIXTY-SECOND TERM OF THIS School will cotnmonceTDti he MroBty-fi th ot January, 187 J aud continue until t nor 17th of June.' For a circular apply to the. JJeqtor. 1 - . jal)y 2-lm." . . ; I,. . v TARBORO -7' IMTK have a eplcndiJ asaorttnent of WTiite KioeTi itsous and Color ed C:ise -Shift. ' : ' ' iirts & Drawers, "VtE always ke'eri the Tautest Styl-e of Scarfs, liows and Gent's Neck Wear. '- ' ' r ' " ' -. " ': - AVE;.Jia,-e av Urge line f La dies and'Gents', Kid, Uuk and Owe Gloves. hate a fino uotirof Linen & Pjisf"Voiifs. ,Ltii4ii and other llaudkcrhkels le.! 1 i 1 ' E! have la tr tnendous i "Fhoet aiid Hoots for Cent's and Children. 1 fock of. Ladies,' 7E never dcceiie our Customers . .bud foil ,oux Ou-tta tor nbat they are. . . , , . ' TXTE have II lu in S;!k, I'!nh nd U.V f r Woo), aU Boysr C:.-i (ar Mca and .'.14 mBE "..'SjL'RlG .SESSION ''OPEN'S 1 ' traLnuary 6th, 1 873. u 1 -- Eagnh-intt Matuetuatical .laititm. fxonx twoqty-five dollirs to thirty dol'.ars. Languageadi itoliiu-h adiUtional. Charges frera time of entrance, and. no 4a- duction lor less than fonr-wcoks. Board fli .lOpfeihooth: 17 VI -j y, u v , ru v . . Afti-.r miilriiA of t,rtsiou 12 nep cents ailar.a to unpaid charges. Refer to. tbe trincfral ''" "j JatyMsa .i.a'i.ilUI 1 iu call sp- cjil , , a tci.non to our .Fine. Mm. and 'Hoys Cloihin. 511 i j - ' W'E3 vinyite a!J to ezam'n our w(Jaods beloTo buying their Win jtfera supply. H. nWHITLOCK CO l'Ai i I Ik I i if 3 (.4 " T .