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The Tarboro' Southerner.
The Te&sptraaee Question. D. T. H. PajTCHARDi n-m-rr v .. , r-ltoTWtt.-Kem4.-JJ&UXn--' lt is a dietstU? S enoogn form. : I -THUS U dwfisrtv fro thai Crrrar rvu-ieMt-d to i Wim fW this 1 he e wtiifcr betttJlJfiettnl Hottss os KcM'ti4fJk$vtW m. t quiet omlMfi hf rw. -.. Tin- uimost 1j'iaerw&owa giaplayerf by both parti, ch. faltft ,5ir ewutder-. bly from thc& forme fjw.jisju. N ; ', This wax (,jtfMh&l j tfiJ m wj'th. the Democrats, ait V oay ecanted tor by two reasons. 'Irst-ft ve v-in-pe Iwsily kaynvn that, lr. tamps a c tnaidaW llfes oBiiMt i j,n? Lavii jg )eo(ile layed too long for it i be understood throughout the County. j jt.ndly Fjom an imliflerenre on .Jh part of tlic jx'opln, who, knowing there Jlyva no olincej uctss SjpiSM J-fc ,rf w helming negro m;ior1ty W iojijecftftify1 for voting ia such a;hj.pe'en pout at. j Id consequence, the Kadical Candidate, Ur. JasnCobbt was elected by ft majority bf IMS.' - " ' In I bis connection wis call tha attention ofJn JMttxilie coimviaVration sio ad "Brandon, the writer of wnicn 'tales strong ground that .the contest wi abso lutely necessary for the preservation of unity in the party,' and gives' his reasons nest tSj ahonii fee sum of facta. fepliry ia actie'e of the 18th of Feb- fMCfrchar J, of Raleigh, say: if is iiairae ia auoost every particular," lttXamiM.th?matter see if lam irtTortiwIirrVflrtiui truth by the whole S;fUtISlSt, that the Sons of , jlr4!rt?M tha 000(1 TemP ' I atill-aaaert thalQool Tmplara ia an off I jiboolif th Son, and the Doctor cannivj i wamt-i MC8WJ, mat uooa rempiar km w4 qrgaatzed .with "no reatrictioa in rgl tn"WA -5 Dr. Pritcharl a3mita Uutt, for he enys: , tl,ereforTj;) ;J f'.fj'.' Theae will h infored l-yiriaftyt while UheVs wik auetlod Jlqeir ijiry-j ' ( 1 nan. mannfactnrer f the Biiiiktr'a Cigars the L"in led Sttt Government for the .m 7, as Ore ThotiKsnd Nine lln ii..-U U't t oity-cvet Uo.lars ni riity uiif ;4t 5i. Tjiis'ti iilsia'ut by lBtni.aiiafV tUl ! iWtkrrV Cigar and m a Ti ircur amount niftirmv cfcinnmea a rut wis ol all I lie niaiint"cu:i crs and ;iilrrn in the City oi' N i f..lk, Va. Such t xidyye in prtHi i"l,'tiXF ol l''e merit u; be '4lfe gtd, Cigarit- , or the Southerner, f i r Ffei al . Coll eg 9 Stocfchuliier Mte.iiii''ui' Tuaday. , th. 1873.. Ma Editor-" Af ' lueetJngof the Direc tors of the. Edgecnnle FemiJe Kemiunry, ht-l in tb i.fSe of JTiilg-n 'lio-a-ntd to day, the following reiolutioa unaaiinously adopted;; ' ,, . ' . . R solvt d. That tho rriileut 1 advertise for a luoeliui of thf tek-ho1erM to bo CAlli-d toimmt't hf (Cii t. JJosse, on Tuentay, March llih, aud !lt Uie c'mmit t -e aiipointed ti solicit subscriptions tie rr-qurV.cd. io fnlly; cau! a bU, report to aiil uit:ti. g." A lull mteiinj; of stock-holders ia urg ently reqitfstei, n.l the ci irt-iw generally ioviiel to nr e id, a iu,i'.lnv of mWcU im porUincf, bo h to tho tockholdfcrs and couiuiunity, wiH be coiM;red. lb. 18"l373. WM.S. rA.1TLt aaMnaaada Is Bo Cosnixiox. Sevet, proSably iu the bintory ut tlie County have the rouds aud bridge been in such a terrible ' stale. In iimyy Heoiiona the former are nearly im- i pivasa: t '.'Uiie" onr ery- qiiTiei ,-tfiyrrj duo Mciiuue otiytvtiuiA, liic jyi.mn w. the litter, both fctp ainl MitaU:'. ' , ;' M,.iuy of ttio HriJjs ov.t th larger fcfTeahf"'1 Tifive 'baii ri-jutL-nd exceedingly diiuseron and ia-rtiira uu uccou .l o recent frcs!iets,'tbQ daily hupenlhng lb ' lives of th se who are C"ruufllel to tiui tbeihselves to the rieke'y strao."nres. So fur as the siiidil ouea across ditcluH, Ac., ;ire,coucerned they may bo a ruin aatd to have pMe t awayT while those tb it re left put iu jeopardy the limbti of wry .animal that paxae. - T iik id but a true a ate of facts and it i liigh time that the proper authonti.ua won atieuding to tiie mat er. Wliat 14 the use to b-ive coauty officer i: the people caunot look '.o them for protcci iou in just such a muter aui this.? It would renlty seem as if they consider ed their whole duty performed if tt.ey suc ceeded in regularly securing their on py and passed upon what vru due othera from the county.... ,;j .x. , . i ' Tbt Matter Of Bridges and Roads in the county demands atteutiou and (hat at once. The peopie demand that the autboiities ut. teud tp u tcUhavt dtlay Tliey cauu'. longer afford W jeopardiae their iiuibs a d lit eg; have their busiuet derauged by the dauger of travel, and buffer all the inconveniences attendant thereon, simply because the ojfi- fills art U& incompetent or indijjerent to remedy th evil, . We n-pat,it lihih time they were doing eomu thing in las matter, else they must be held to a strict accountability, radicate though they be. Oeod Teraplariam Vwhs meaVfor men of aiK oomntrieslad 'colori'S i i I statedi Thirdly, that Oood Tempi! ism was organized for the uegro (as well a thjlitfVoej..prUt the Friends ot Temperance was organized for thk) artt jf .Jlaa whit He Dr Trit chard admits the first 'part of tha state raeiit. ' a J wil prova ths latter Now, where is tha wholesale lying of which the Doctor accuses me? , The Doctor tells us "he one of those who formed the Friends of Temperance, an Jhai hje,ide4 In the proptiration of its Ritual." ;As (k& Doctor' a prominent man, and it Is to be supposed that bis ac tions ate controlled by 'he 'dictates of pru dence as 11 aa common sense, ' perhaps the Temperance world may wish to know ahy i was that lw helped t form a new. Temperaaael Socfety in 1865, When it was known to him that the Sons of Temperance aud the Good Templars, (which latter order, he now says, '-is the best e ever knew") wru than in atiataaCft. Why did. he help to organize the Friends of Temperance? That's the question; for .t is not probable that a Dctor of Divinity nould do a thing without a good reason. ) - ' Ii tb sfatf nifut.'t wiiiob CeUow we intend e besttreof eU,' i !:??' ' ' 'th rnimu dr f itstrlRicn.j The order of the FriemU of Tempi ranee was formed in November, 18G3. Iu Auril, 1806, the Stata Council l Virg nia, which w.K th n the entire ordw. insiructed it piasident and secretary to prepare and pub ish a ..circular, aetting .forth the reasons wiiich influenced tha fonndurs of onr order (Dr. I'ricbard among the nnmber) to orga nize a uew society xather than to RfEJmte with the o'd ones such for instanc a- the. Sons and Oood Templar vrar urD ra. pritchvkb ins orttKas oo- f, AMZK TUK rtlKNDfi 0 TKMPKBAKCK. - Tiie itl lining are sctan pf iSte reniou given in the circular; and, as Dr. Pritehnrd helped lo do tha work ihey were the reas ons which iafiuenoed him as a nit:er of course. ,'l.y, the' friends of this n"'W order ;(Dr.- Pritnbard among tbem). ' have witnessed, the workings ot oilier ocie;is" says the circular, "and observed their da ieote." - ' . wbxt writ thesk. vtvr.cni . The circular says: In former citi'a," GoiTairfplars included of cnrs j a Itraal rrn r il re:hrm was attempted u'nout a full rtlianee upnn tlieliraci oi iiml to nxsis. iu the worn." . . vXhe'Spirit m'i .'trip t inflrmitii" "I p f, t.ilimauan "r M lb r win be p'" tor .id in vain.' T i tru h .Was uvvr owfte piMMR'ncut tiies lrivatc or public teschi p ! any Temptr-ai.i-e Socieiy previyim y iiiHnjv.iI.'' ' Ihit, tlren, i one ilo-t, awf otip very ii)nl reaoi why -Or rriu-hurl liel,l,, and iid right in helping, organize a uf: s'cirly; ami it ill be rme ni'-ie.l ihit jliin reanoi influenced tlie Doctor fifteen reaisartfcr tbc trgaaiiilin ,(tlie Goii I ajratn repeat that I hava nolhirc against Good Templa.'If at bo4y man's ordr, which m. Pfito1iarrtrp -o iurpi is gooaeooogniorma ity.ihat would test tha ebdoAucs of (too ;L Oor ramblet amongthese estf bltsrunsUts iVff vafai&kri&iibr list bnt wi aiMnn "N ssirss mara&m. ay a pacbiiar odor, generally prevalent at this sta- yaar, drop ia at tha "Guano Depot" TO wbit m WK coxnc? .Tlie o-eaflaU K)Jd.of Cojkny ciniiil gionars met on Monday last, the following members being preni-pf . T. (Hdwip, and the two negVV Dy 'itti M jthelr son. . , ' . iUimUi CtoWs ani -llarpylwyr. both fee at, thflTiner at Bale igbhe Wtt of Mt Ttun't know wherl t U 5 i t J i I tet top naople of cqifoijr. loujlder LUIS ml and If. the'ahsncfe of1 leuiplar. J-ftbBaraniDilslMd Siloori artaoliad, nain ' 1 arfin over'mmor BisUcrs. wb come to . - r . r .... ;i...' ' precious triOro am, Tshcy Malhewaon a 'beautiful set to manage the ataUrikJ (ibUrWtHL! rltlty jllcf dcecomle; f ona of th Avaathiest biwt'ihten'igedta ifrxk CVr&An. And now see what they, fn Chair supreme wisdom, ssw fit to do st thair masting on Monday. Taking advantage of Messrs Cobb &nd BeiUmy who ttey JctieiQ xoould oppostxuch action Ihiiy'laferraJnei to again revise the Jury List, although th SAma. hd,bwn thoopsbty dope has fair mo&tHa flnce; gm&g US t reason-toa tli were not enough colored man name ftt the box,aa ffscljinj to takeaa 7iual number from each race. ' I This is the height of foolishness and falsehood and well worthy tha sense w nonseuse of such a sat, as we will no w proceed to show: " "'" A'tth 'last Krim af th Coiot ; line col-. ored men were drawn for the first week, six of whom were upon the Grand 'ury and three upon the Petit Jury.. ; In the second wavl'iffbTa Jurr.oaivi six were colored, jtt-'t one fca-.ind yet liiesa , misejab(a :raaturea, holding tjje rems of power by '.life Hi fee of an iufanfoas radical rule, falgely say tlwre bt ui just apportionmriit. a J ; . , f And further. Wa have ex tm'ied the list of jurors recently revised jiji-l fuuV the proportion much greater thai tna 4 al lows, which expressly takes into consida. ration the mcutal" capacity and intelli gence of the juror.' ' . This revision wa the sple, work of thi same Radical Board, threo of"wunu,r (the most ignnraiii) iu the ahst-nca of tie other twn.Jiessrs Cobb snrl ( B' lUmy, determ ined to uudo taejr il w?: kor tb mf t infamous purposes. t 'U'e louI4 not have gtven these crea tuses such ptomiaeice. bi for " f cr that they, by he gra -o of Ktiutl!sm h -Id a responsible position, and ( ootil.) iv.it albw such hijfh-lw ud:d measure to p:i-s unnoticed. , t ; H e undefstaod that Mr. Keo CUni vf the Board, protested ajaintt (Jia fciojt but, of curse, he wis'na wAtr, " Change is tu Howaa-Wo'rafc.-'VSa let-ru tuat Mr. W. B. Harptr hali putchased n portion of' tha Hawni lli)tl Jfyirij u Put stress Jwith fprtv -eight feot fronting on Main. The pric? paid tor tu:s part "of the ir-'per y wa A Ve tkousaod, . five huudicd 3(15,600) dollara. irj IJsspwr .ujerais us that it Is bis intention to converi tlie Iwer forUn- of ai- purchase rn'oRestanraut, Wtranaxy be indgofrnqJhf et tha? Y twanty-ava'rreiglrt ri I. B. C07FI&LD. i For the past few years Mr. C. has beep largely sagagad in tha Jmsiaqas of supplying j thotmrs of Edgfcomb 4nt surround ing eonntisa immense quantities of supphas pi very dssorrpUon. fa 1 jeaqu&ncsjBs4 fifty oraBns h eraeted' a spaelois ware&oussr' near tho' Rivr UprnadUtalf an th Una otjh W,,4 J. Z 8, What i kept on haOA'al kiniis of Fartiflzons together wit Such suppliesraa pork, oat, cart.ieJilukTiag.hlJ boimaaf ofBoa on Main Stra.. 4 .4 f ; n - tin buainas hlwmg-alckly f eaehed lire dimensions, (with corresponding ptofits) he I fsBlsnBnUj strong ii th; Ansacial badk bona to still further axUnd hi opnraiiohs, atrd: ;lst Tv,aojamric4 ha, eracfion of a faandv.j Ia. JltilbroOer i Bro. Jn fiaort lima .he is axpocteCl to show the II i LnmLUt mi Ui ""v- yi-tM iii uiaguiucuvi mock oi somalwo-story br.ck tAftaBjrVm Main Htrea (j,. If yOH dDB;t u.Ueve it, then go rlt& IS nloYi rJkiAAiiblatinn anil vhidh T . ' ' . ."-r Tjt; 7" -i t'o wqx store ,cu .iioanrooer ana sve u alio a AanaFome ornameut w ui lnjrk'ylM TOurseifJ or tneowB ; lawoipa paunposkioie, anu v. ., v Vi a aatnA fimai n r natvAa at v(r Kr n trt stt.ta Tint I yj, --yi.firaiinn sts -This SMamor whloh' ha is agent, and of which he keens, J alwayl on land a fall supper, JFofpartipulajrsjr on mis point soe nis auvsrassniBin m auonioi i portion of th paper. ) An idea of h;s largt'j 4yrng at hef warf it va at l rtift r.ppfr flot fc a rexkiene It is probable that Mr. Pender, Uie pop, nlsr 1 .dy ''Ptoprietirf- tfieJrsgoyy BrHwl ns Iloust, will speedily Jivke. possession f ihe rtmtvi'.i'h ro'io'n htVl ttfftftrVo- hr- pus- to that rsUbWmieiiUVHg''.,F ht secins t have be-n the rer.tcsl "defect" of all in Uie o her societies, then in eiitmce, to-wit: the Sons and Co k! Templars. It h the .. NOno QUKSTIOX. . Alter sfM-akinjc ii n fi.iurorcif y vliiel. iiivl dial in bvd the p . -1 i'ie X,iiuimil Di viai.iit 'f tiie So is of Temp-iun. e, i tii4 ls60 until the breiiitlit iit,'f tu late war. the circular, ypeakmg ' for 1 . I'll fharii a well M all oioiw who h.-lp.-d i f..rTi tho ii" w order, says. -Tl.e fiHimlers ol I he F. iends of Te.npei-ance," (I).. ri !,ichao t tho travailing ;ubljc. liiQea of eourt) 'reilve-l to r.i' oh on dv bst wm! r at bis dapot waiting to bars tatetr cargo" i a -A- i. t-:e ' "''4 PENDER t JKSKI5I8. Many popl, ladies in particular, will cxTu aider Kaa agreeable. chiaa to?" brobgfif from th above ftaufeorrny kct)B to the; fine and handsomely appointed eatabhshmeat pf fh aiovo named arn- hiaMfry of which may not be devoid of Inte1restTejig,'as it is on of th al&ast and most feshioosble stores 1 m 1 - u xarouni. r j 4 la tha jear ..'D.J813, Mr.JV H. Penderj eommeaeo;inmeraanattaB9a ' vi-v. sent locstMn In 1851 there was an additwn Ut- flse. $r ia- the persya af Mr. D,Peader, 'aMtf fbr tbentfeigB:tei yaaia'thla baainess was eondaeted nndor the style of D. Fvu .er A i fl ' the Bhgor o PfcWtef !kins, aud, aHor aTsw year's was knoiM aa-fcader:1 tiatUh 4 Co. ' : On tlariwf this" moutbf the iutartst of M Oatlin was putch'ascd and the 'firm aasumed. the ol name of Pender & Jenkins. Pf j Gpoi, tlis very, tyest qualify, is. thr ibociiflTV'cf thi weU-knownlioUBa, but tbey, by no meitis, canfl.io thems. lres to that par ucrtlat departniantielbng, as licy do, larjje quantities - Of groearies, tawlwara, c. i hey Uim (aud the public sustains them) to keep Tii go l a toakof goods aa can be fooudiu tha For tb past twonty-two years MrD TVndcr 'itabiicnthe managing partner of the firm, hose gbd 3idaqrit, aactrrate ysn,and u: oUmishad reputation has. been iuhiuIv iast u msntal iarplaaiag the houao upon its progeut anviable standard. Fanhog the necessity f r greater facilities, tbey beaaiM tf aiooears tC uniiroveninnts in towu, a&4 n September, fS7I, finished the iiiagnifioant Store nqw ctrjed by them. Tarburo may well leef mdebte J to them iu lbs fast that they started tha ball in that re spacV: whichTsiace their coaimcucemeiit has beea gradually roili-.ig on. H. M. WILLIAMS. -jiu For soaay yaara, p W lSiA-Tatbro bad b .u without any thing like a 1 ook i jttin- ery store. At that tiiua Mr. II. al. '.Vii.iam bpebeAvnl sl4n Struct, sad las wt stn been engaged iu t!-o lau ?MjJ purpose of sap pb"U2. the- commuiiity with a "Vac fiteratoriolthc aay. ysj'i, " bW f i ( scbxjof books is oi the kittd" sod of the very bss't character. O fc spe Ijejajhy f4 to li w daairo ig cU tuo has been this plaed fur the past two disabled by the break- It was oaceisar. so have a new"wheel made Sl16!'' i which had to be prapared jyyTJ(rMBtj,tb the delay. , Capt. Jester infltiJi ns tat ha will bo ."all aTioard aeit Monday, whan his gallant little !"Ca&raer wiU 1st her moorings and start '"twthl Ufjon ' hsri tortuous .eonr3e dowu raiu wis secen hour making tht cn duty, goodEngia,w A A passegcr fva t(3 J. graphic account of his exDeriariea on a trin from TtrviW tl mm i tn - w . r j PrtT frTyf3wa'1i) which it to ssy tha tr . Itfjtij nanocessary todjscusi be matter forlb'erafpreseat. We olef4'1Dy abating that auWripfion will ha received at thfs hflica for th riorgaoizatioadf the.famou Ox line that reaiiaad such wondterfuiaacaasa a fw years stace,.;, :.; & L: - ;fiabariptt-as bmited lo oa? eertt per share. V JiftU Road officials hot permit tad to beoome stoel.boiders.c Z-'' . ': . '; .. Q'ziroxB.'he firsiird bf fhe season Jas.takn his flight' ISorthWard in the peraon ofjAIr, Abe Heilbroner, of that popular firm, for tho 7I1KRIF.D. Otj Wednesday; the. 26th Feb., at the rr-kiifeiyje of tft e hr'de's father, Dr. J. J. Philips," in' Edge rnrw county,' by Rev f. ; I?. fjoes'iirei Mi Maco ; PniLirs and Mr. John P. ' Arrhmstow, of Nash. At he re.fl'luce ot the bride's mother in gdgecombe, by the Rev. Gv A. T. .Wblt-aker,-,ou. Thars.ay last, .Mr. J. P. Ellikob and Hiss Eii.la MOoKB. ' ' At tfieei.ls 'ce of tha bride's mother, near-1 Ringvrood, os the 27th ult., Mr Tom PirtTix and' M:ss BsTTm BtrrTji t Near el don? T. C, on Tharedty. '?th Feb.,. 1873, by Hev. R. O.. Burton. Mr. R. W. E)w.v and Mrs. S. E. SrsuroMS. :' Iii llilUboTo on th avsuirig of the 2Gth ult., at the Pr sbyterian Olmrcn, by Rev. i. M. AtKiiismv, D. D , Mr. Hehbert Bbaoo of Raleigh, and ML Mart E. Hiuutt, of UlliBboro, N. C. In -Raleigh on the 25th n't., at the rei ;leuce of tiiw" rinse's rapther, by Rev. Dr- litchard Major C. H. Clakk, of Golds, boro, to Miss lfi.iir A. Toiirxixs, formerly ot Gd lsl.oro. DIED . In Beaufort, if, C, of CorTsnmntion. on a-nrriay, March Ut, Mr. JajiesN. Whit. i:Y,in thc27th yar of his age. In Tarhoro. on T.ietilay, the 4th inst., Katk PiTtMAV.ePtest daiihfer or Dr. N. .1. P.Umsn, iu the 14th year f her age. In th's nnii'y on WedneSdaT the 5th i'ist , of Measles, Roaa LkR.- infant rtauiih t.i i 'of H- L-. and 'Laira Legett. ag d 1 yeitratid 5 ilays- ' Tn thiii Connfv- on tbo 17th of February, r-r-fr'Tj Ukhij 'Rrow., asred 79 yea.-s 0 months -and 9 days. Ho was a soldier in tha war of 1812. - frlSFHSS Csob 18an DjCATm Wallace. Junior, D. au Maxy. Wallace, was 'Z.iil. atbif,n."- ".l"""""", conaniP""". ' m--; d,b 'ebrii: 18th, ;1873. "'ne.day evening, j.rw.iai'e, tne matter is not ae.nu t -ij 9rr.isect. Witii thevaiarg hi'ljs thus afford'-d her. Mr. Pemter will Be iie sti iorKUcce!-.fii!!v to attend fohevCahts of (Jo and see t hem. ems:lv Irom ali siic'.i embarrassments y organizing a society wn;e!i admits to membership wfiite peisoii wttly. i'e lay it1on in li e const itution of the iitler,soa4 toprevrntnll C"lilroversy tn the lutuie, tint our Qnler is for tc.'it'e persons ony. Thi.sk GardX SksD. RU'e i kSRepabr-ag A r. r pnnmontinr Vflrintli mitB.itrna in ' which th ncaro Question had disturb rF-'IMf on uie aniy aua 'HfS!- tne harmonv nd iiiipe1eri the Temper-, j Garlou bout at loa Irug orer.. 5 t t ance work in another Grdur, ibv :iici!ar; I- i : j,UT inst to him to say a hat Ji,"ceXr penning tor ut. rrnenar.i a wcu as me oiher fmtnder of our Ordti, saxs. The l's-goliig tacts . (relative t' the negro question; were ait well Known tu ,e pimvention of vi'gniia gentlemen' at Declines. Gov. Vaiite,' ye understand, decliues to accept tiie' iuvitatii to tendered him to delivtr bis Lecture (iu this place, giviugas a reuspn his ue. carary attend tree uj)"ii hi court.-, .'h:ch are hear at band Can't too kame parties make another el- , . fcrt-ia the same line -ud securo for the com niubity some competent Lec'.iuei? Sai. The mauny friends of Prof. M. Fetter, bettei knon to Cnapel 11 ill boys ns "Old Fet'' w til be pained to leara that be was thrown from a buggy in Scotlaud ' Nicck last week end had his let t thigh Lroken. A short lime since he asuumeii . chaige Vina If ill Academy, Halifax Coauty. ; , A Nkw Tow Gaowmu Ur. Capu John S. Daucy, with a pr per appreciation of the public demands, aud having, at the same timi, a very judicious understanding t f the attendant pecuniary ad aitages, some tima splice laid off m building lots a portion of his farm just beyond the limits of town The Southerner noticed this fact at the tin e and we have' since been wailing to ace Wbat wou d be the revolt of his scheme. It is gratifying to seel that his expectations are being realized, having already disposed of several. Mr. R. B. Alsop has purchased two ad jacent tots aud is now having theu eao'osed piepaniory to the 1 O istruction (A a neat residence. Mr. u-o. Hawes is the ovvuer of another 1 k. . m..u ne nas now a pretty liitlo 'cottage in a lair way to coinpielioa. Mr. H. M. Williams seems also to DPre, ciufo tho location, having purchased one of tne mnatdeairab e siumtians, wblch he has stirroiiuded with a beautiful rw of traes find will soon commence sort npon re-ideuce. Bettidea these lots already disposed of We niidtrhtoud tbeie are quite a number of oiitit. lrr h)f, which it is fo behopo wll' oi n be rcr,pied Thn, Eastward thf starrf progress tai itswai. Keep itt ad 'moving. 1 ' . V: Gran1 opew'inr " aa!e ru Pr'tr. Photo. graphs at Keslnw ski's old siand $500 in srreobacV riven away , . darjy qinip Mftermion anil n'g'it dm ing t'.;o wUL ttutioa of the 'public, He is pivpsrud to or4ur:; tj( $ ok extaut.at catalogue prices, from any House in the Lnited states; rha liavi: gtho bajt r the exptmse sad trouble 0; ll1or4imKVlsV.f It aoy owinshes a pa tlcuiai book' glrtf ierorderto-aIt William. aad it will b? promptly supp ii d at less cyst ihaa baVo"1'1 rperi' himself., ' Jtx WfiniliiiJ 6ii jpfbsoafqUArter' too con Suol for his lucreasing husiuunii, will id a short lima enjarireus establishment whou ho.wiil bi ri-trer Me k seotiaaoaio his ealargiug trade. ; ' : ' yllr W UioTongbly understands bis busiuesa; that time that aisembtcU ia IVtersburu 11 November l.S'i", aod niter . fi ee iu:cr- change of senUm.-.ut,s, aixl JUH licusiun 01 all points Connected iin It, ll.ey 0:- termined, in t ie tear of !, and appeal 11 g to lltm fr the correctness i'tlier motives, to Wish their hmnts lyrever.lroin the c 'lit rover y and organise a new order.' As Dr. Priuchard bel; ed to form v!e newoiaer, aa particpMeri, 01 comse, in that discussion and wenstbri-wgh with the rest of them in the cereanMiy of washing his hands tf the neat'O equ.JUy. business lore ver. So much fT the history of onr Ord'-r, which clearly proves my sialeim-nt .tuat "it was for white persons only -" Now let ns sum up the maiter and see limy fC:xninuniclioii b, as Dr. rrUchani says, "uniiue in every pati'cuiar 1 -. .1 1 1 11 a .11 ae coing tast anu wwouiu oe wtn wr 'i to .-uppiy luemseiTCS vi.ui "rTu'J! l-ise ihe chsucc Lest. By this fast of torty d.ys it is cV signed to imitate,he fast of our Lnyd, St. Mathcw VL, S, and is set apart as a ti ne ADtEnTISMFTS. i..ii.:.W'.,.,M.,. Larjest Drf an , EabjlshEfnf fn tnc worm. 7.,Exteasiye Factories. J, 1 ESTEY & " COMPAlr, BraWebro, Tt; U. S. Aj .. THE CELEBRATED ESTEY CQftASI ORBAIS The latest and beat improvement. Every thmgthat is new and novel. The leading im provements in Organs were introduce first in this estabiislirrront. , , Ptab!ished IfUfi. Send for ILLTJ8TRATED CATALOGUE HORRIBLE i 1 suffered with CaUrrh thirty years, and was cored by a timwe remsdy. will send roeeipt. K" "5e -10 au amiotecu f ttev A J UJtAX) rawer 178, Syr cuse, N Y THE BEST BUSINESS. . opportunity and the most talrinn av TTihinaf inn offered is to be foun ia an Agency for taking HEXRT WlftD BEECHER'S Great! LITERARY FAMILY NEWSPAPEP, with which is given sway the fargest and best Premium Picture vbr offeisd, the new and exqulsiio 812.0 i Prench Oleography, called 'Littlfc ltunawav and her Pets." (0?e grnphs are the chn;ceit class of Freeh Art printing in Oils the perfection of chrono.) We sisri give the superb M0 pair of Gcnrino French Oil ( bromos. "Wide Awake" and "Fast Asleep," subjects LIFE-SIZ K charmi e ic imtta of original OU Painting TLispaper has the largest circulation in ihe teorld. It will this year be made better than ever. Serial talea by w rld-'amous anthers, L. M, Alcott Edwakd EOLtrroK, Habbirt Beechzk Stowi ptc. New and brilliant contribhtors. Illustra ted Holiday Number and back numbers of Mtus A!crtts storv rREE. 77ie laug?l com misrions paid ! Ono Agent made 90 In 8 month ; another 537 in 35 dTs ; another $14 46 in on week; one 87 60 in one dav, snd many others fr m $3 and $10 to $40 per dav. This year our offers are even more profitable. The Subscriber peta the Picture Premium when he pays the Agent. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Intelligent men and women wanted every where To get good territory, exclusively as signed, send early for circulars and terms. J A Ford A Co, Sew York; Boston, Mass; Chi cago, 111; 8an Fr.ncisco, Cal Death-Bed of Gen. Lee. A magnificerit 14-18 inch Engraving. Tho family and friends are grouped sorrowfully around the old hero's desth-bed. The scene is so tnnchingly beautifnl, the sentiment of thepie"nrei8 so sweet, and the characters so 'ife-like that cvery-body admires it. It is truly a gem of Ert, one which should hang in the parlor of every Sobthern home Sent bv mail, postpaid, on receipt, of 20 cents, or 8 for 50 cts. Afcnts wan'ed. Address J. O. & W M BUH ltOW, Bristol, Tenn. poncord Crape f uUinjcs, Wilson Strawberry Plants, by mail 50c a dozen. Hop B ota, $" per thousand. Daniel Duroo, lAndsville, N. J and nothing else, irice, One Uolla. . REWARD For any caso of P.lind UloedinV, Itching or Ul ;rated Piles that De iiing's Pile Eemedy faili to euro. It is prepared expressly to cure the Piles Sold by all Druggists. ADVERTISEMENTS. mm stoeie Just opened In Tarboro by Dr. A. H. MACNAIR.Agt. MAIN STREET. Where win be foun4 the ffroatl Drugs and Chemicals I have engaged the services of Mir.' Jh. E. Tatlor, .f Richmoud, Va. A thorough Dt ujfgist and Pharmaceutist, who having had a practical experience of seventeen years in the business, I can cheerfully re coinraend him to my patrons and costo mm tt,a careful, aafe, gentlemsaiy drug gist and salesman - This Drrtg Store Is in the old bnildlng lately occupied by Mr. J. M. Redmond, hut the .whole has been thotoughly chang ed, romrvated and rcnewej, and mv estate ishment now will be found one of the Most complete In the State: In compounding of P R fc SClIPTI ONS the utmost care will be exercised. And none but the . PUREST MEDICiXES USED. My former friends add pa-ons are respoct Inlly requested t call and examine my New Stock and Establishment. A. II. 5IACXAIK, M.D. Jntie 13-tf. THE WELCOME BAR AND CRUDEST SCHEME of the AGE $500,000 GlFTS. $100,000 for Only $10. Th sUbilsb,mti-ovar whtefe bo above. named geatlcjjaa so; fuceeam ally ;' presides, lasuiy lias imim - m. - . T w , v . - rinri od assortment, probably t-i-ost ext. nive ! . id - . evel Drought to larooro. -x , chanuai iU Bauawntoiit. but BiactJ Not withstanding the large wsmt ity thoy J-a pa ui i&VaUU4uuuk r lUu ex clu.i ahargv of the p.esout priiprtetor, M tfrew ft eildoll, who is the oldest murchaat - P'nrAAawo, with tho exceftiou of 'Ir. ii.-4i. A'istin. Mr. Wsddeii commeccod with tiie establish mont of the Hou, iu as citrk, aud fol inri:dits varviug fbriuties uatit, a its head. lw ha placed it among the very first ia 1 at-. i . fni spiritual exercise and retreat from the I . .. - ...... i lw world, an ' preparation Jor tne great soiem - .. : . ..rV.ai.. nta.Vlm Pajk'tnt i'iiiiii:lnlo . The "eldt er Tl Mwd iu such an tlirouuU the fast of Lent ia a penitinia! ! hshment. But the speciahty made by J spirit and with ft" enruit desire and re-io-lutin of a new life, aud of mortifying themselves for their sins. The first day r L"nt. Ash WediMMil'T, bean this year on the 26th of las' mouth. The ceremony of markine the foreheads of the fatthtul with 1 state l in that communication that the ' asir,es is ob-e ved on that day, as a remind- Goijd Tern Atari, is a branch (an off shiot) ot the Sons; it is true, 1 staled that in Good Templarisin there, was no restriction in re gard t color; H is Hue, 1t Dr Pritcliaid admits it. 1 stated that the Friends of Temperance, as an rder, was orgjuited lot the "o-.iient o;' white person'' only. Ttiat i als i true, as I hare clearly shown, and Dr. Prilchard hilped wiorm-it lBus. HVi , war Dro he help to for a whitk osder? Because the then existing O ders, (Go d Templars amonjj thuiii) hal their defects, which .delects I have already rmticed, but will ntebtion bf'reny agaia, to wit: lt The old Orders (Go d Templars f coar.e in cluded) '"attempted' a great moral reform without a full reliance upon tho grace ol God.-' 2nd. The old Orders (Good Templars of course included) 'adiuilled negroes," and wuhins to trsv tueiajelres Irom all em bar rags tne i its which mittt arie w th re. (tard to n.-gro equality they organized a white order. . - I thask tha Doctor for the share he took iii forming our Older; bnt'l nut say, lor a Doctor Divinity, he is rery chaug;a ble. Seven ypHts ago thoie ere no Tem petance 8 iety irfexistem-e g-Kd enough f'r b m. snd be. Helped ro form ;a new one upon a white to:s. to ke p out of tne eom i.auy of negro- 8." Now, he has left his i.ew order which he helped to lorn fur trnite ;rSEilyyM3bd.hfsj'mied ami be coaie the cbampin of another, (onuof the old orders) which makes no distinction in reiraril ;o t-ul'T: and. what Is iii-.at remark able, boitbftbae rt'lf .ta best society he ever knew. . That ia going back on the society which bp. helped to lorm for ' whita people only," wiili a vtra. As for me, I think the Friends of Tem perance OCcnpv the true (round, and the order specially commends itself to Sutlw em .people; as an fvLdeuce, of it, Good Templars and Sons of Temperance, in the more Southern ystate. a-e moving in tne direction' f our white baais. Dr. Pritchard certainly did a very good t tuna I when. Uo ; De4uej-to oreamze iav v-; . . c t--4' . . Ji. . i..., ;. mp i.,.i.. i i leuiiii in a vim ironic; uui, n er that th. Y must aaicklv return to dm and tl ereior. mint not neglvCt to take d vaqtage of this time of mercy to d pensuc for t.ieir siusr T-ie priest in making the sign of the cross say 'Remember man I hod art but dust and unto. dust thou thalt return.'' Gen. II., 9. During the ceremony the faithful kneel around the altar-rail, the asbes are made of the palm, blessed the kja ni St 1 yr bef"r t ie day celebrated as the entry of our Lord into Jernsaiem, wneu a areat mnl'itnda cjst d.wu palm branches and scattered them in the way, and wis' palms iu .heir hands, received wi h hosannas of jo . . Instead of palm, cedar is used in this and o'her places where the former cannot be obtained. ' ' i '"''It ' ; i CnANOKOF PaopaaTT. During the past week several pieces of Town Property have changed ownership. Wo have elsewhere al'uded to the pur chase of a part of the Howard Hotel by Hr. W. B. Harper. We have since learned that Gen. W . G.' Lea Is has bougWt the tionse and lot of (Japt. John 8. Dancy, recently occupied bv that "gentleman, for the snm of lx thousand dollars. The Gea, Informs ns that as soon as he rbtains possession it Is his intention to' therong ly repair atdfjmodel the dwel ling, which, tin ugh of a icient architecture, is. const nciel f the most snbstantial ma terial, and i ia a good s ate of preservation The front will be changed so aa to face on Main Street, and other Improvement made. M This .is by far one of the most desSrsble locations in Tarboro, and we are glad to know that it will soon present an appear and worthy ot tie situation. iro. Ihe business irauaactca is mm or Xtueral morehaudi, eomifrisiug, pf course. eslabe. Mr tVou dell is that of ladios dress goods aud "fixiugSiJj of which-be is a most competent. ju;lge and acoomplished buyer. ' It is only 'necessary td takeaglaucl a Jus 'well appointed store "to show that he is a man of taste, b th 1.1 tho aeleotion of las goods and. manner of arraag-fl in j them, ilx. Woddell is also Pres.deut of the Tarboro Ttron.-ti nf tVi 1UnV of Now. Hanover, th' business of wbiob be manages witb aa muejJ success and sattSfactiou aa that of his mirf- cantil transactions. . " ' Under authority of specal legislative act ol Marc 16. 171. tho iiustees" now announce tho Third Graud Com on, for the tmuelitif the Pnb'ie Library of K-atncky, to come off in librar Hall, at Louisville, Ky, on Tuesday, April 8th, 1873. At this Concert the best musical talent that ca . be procured fr m'aii parts of the cnuntry will ada plossnre to the entertainment, and Ten Th:sa.id t.-ash QfU, akgr-'gatuig a vast total of KaCa Million Dollars currency will ba diHtnbutod by lot o the ticket-holder, aa ful-lo-vs: '-- .'-' ;Ltst of Gifts. On Grand Cash Gift, - - $loo, oo OtieGraiid '.Vshtii-t, - - S.yioo One Graud Caih Gift, - - 25,ouo Ouo Graud Cash Oi;t, - - 2o,ooi; 'ue Grond Cash Gift, - - ,lo,ooo One Grand Cash Gilt, . - 0,O"O 24 i. axu ..'ilia or il.ooo each, ii, oo 5 ' Csoh Gifts of 5oo " 2"i ooo 80 . ash Gifts of 4oo 32,ooo IliO Cash Gifts ' f 3oo " 0,000 ' 150 Oss Gifts u 3m) 3o,.- o ' 51)0 Cash Girts of loo " 5'i,too D.iUU Csu Gifts of lo " 9o.oo. my jndg- meiit, a very unwise tpmg vnen lie leil ms 3oathrTi wsi suatM oraor ana vyen For the 8outherneri ATTXXtiojf. The "Friends of 71amperanae" are earnestly requested to give a full attend ance at next meeting E. B. Stamps, Esq., dyiWe Lecfuj oi f Passed Aw at The sad intelligence ra'ClA.- 4 us of .he dcatu of Mr. Jamea .v. W hituey which occurred m Beaufort on Saturday last. Mr. Whitney had been a resident of our place for several yea.s pre vi jus to hi death, where his generous disposition and fin-. social qualities had gained him; a host 6 friends, all it whom will sine rely mourn his untimely end. H was buried ia 1'esufort on Monday, tho funeral obsequies ; being performed by the Masonio Fraternity, of which order he was an ef teemed member. - . Is There No Redbess ? 1 he Ox Lisb tq be iJrsuMEij. Year after year, mouth after month, and. almost week after week the Sotjthebnkb has Been appealing to the lead ing officials 'of the Wilmington & Weldon Rail Road to give ns, that is, the people of this section, better Kail Koad f jciJ ties. It ia confessed that the Tarboro Branch pays bttr than any similar out ance of the main line, yat, we are oompelied to put up with accommodations that smack wonderful of the infant days of rail mailing. Notwithstanding; the immense business transacted along the hue, the officers are ex pactad to do the whole with o e Engine that is simplv a disgrace to the age. A poor,' wheezing,1 whining, puffing mac hi e that Is "scare Iy able to work i s own way, mnob less carry a train of loaded cars.7 Although it i well known that Mr. Eridg ers and his eo-adjutatoi s care nothing for the interests tf Edgecombe, and, therefore, notb lag is expected 00 that aclrc; yet, it is reason able to f appose that, looking at I Vr in terests they would afford their officers bor bett r faoUitiaji for the furtherance of their business. Tb tAn'iM'i csiJmivg rtir.Eidj ?o 'be'Sraneh ('Chronic and Acute RhenmsMsm, Nen slia, Lu-nbag, " Sciatica. Kidney and Nervous Diseases after years oi snfferin.'. by taking Dr. Fillers TVgetable Rheumatic Syrup I'h: BcU'titino discovery of J. P. FiiW.'M- D ,-.H'1 '- rtr f-i n th.iiii . are personally acquainted, v bo has for 33 years treated these diseases exednsively with astonishing results. We believe it onr curisjhiTi duly, after delib eraiibti, to Conscientiously request suffer ers fi ne it, especially persons in mode- late ctronnistsn -c w o cannot afiord o waste tnor.ey and time on worthless mix tures. As cl'Miryn.en we seriously 'eel the deep res4vmifhiiity resting on usi 'in pub licly endiT-umr this medicine. But ' Vnovilcdjre and experiei ee of its remark able merit fiil'v Justifies our action. Rev "!. H. Kwiucr, Metlia, .Pec'i'a, saflVred 16 vennt. heesme lupeii-. ' Rev. Tbomss Murphy, . D., Frankford. 1'id'ndelphia. Rev. J. Dsvj. Uiiihisfowii, New Jersey. Rev. J . S. Bue'.anan, CUrence, lo -a. Rev. G. G. Smit:, Pittsfoi d. New York. liev. Joseo1- HeeiK. Fa'ls Chnrcb, Pkiladeitdiia. O'litr testimonials fr"in Snators, G'.vernors, Judges, Cm-Tress men, Physicians. &c, forwurdcd gratis with pamphlet ext laininfif these diseases One thiMisanl d. liars will be prese 'ted t an medicine for name diseases showinc eaual merit under test, or that can pro- 1 dst-e one-fi.urth as nianv livine cm es. Any iiorson sen 'mi be letter deseruiiion of.af- flVction will rifceiv eratis a lentil". fiiffned ' Slitfliantee. naming the number o! bottles to cure, s(reelnilo refund money ti(Hn sworn statement of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr. Filler, Philadelphia. His valuable advice costs n-'thing. 1 Dr. A. fl. Macair, special atrent for Eflceeombe county, N. C. ; iy.16.ly. estaiira n.t JQBIf F. WARD, Prt ittor. TIIE WINTER CAMPAIGN nAS fairly opened and found tha tbov "Well-Known Resort fully prepared for the fight. THE BlK, as berttofore, contains all the purest ktads o ' and the' choicest .braids of ; CIGARS, - equal, if not snperior, to any ever brought to iaiDoro. ine RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT has been thorougblv renovatrd and improved preparatory to action. The TABLE will be supplied with the very best he market affords, aud meals can be obtained at all hour. Best NORFOLK OYSTERS daily received, and sold In quantities to suit purchasers, a superior assortment or Groceries, Such as Hngar, Flour, Molasses, Butter, Lard, Cheese. Ac., constantly on hand. Mv thanks are hereby respectfully tendered the public at large for past liberal encourage-me-t, and assurance given that no effort on my part will be spared t0T-' "-" tp-tha futtire TARIWHO. W TARBORO. o BRO ft r7 ii AS. & CO., . HAINSTREET. Is still. full t QTtirflawina with a n.a,'. ficeot stock of . ' " ' - ... . & O OB selected with a special atteniPKi u M.r wants and necessities tMs m-.;j.i ills assortment of ..... . .. Ladies DRESS GOODi will ba found uiirltiftlcd io? QUALITY, QCAXTITT and fRICEi .... .. ' , containing th choicest MlectloL fcf poplins, - i BIiACK : . VELVETS, : . VELVETEEKS, Hla assortment of ..- . . vf soch at Laeas, Krijitsgs,' can aet 1 surpassed. Particular attention basbca oaid to his' . : - 1 . ; 1 SHOE DEPARTMENT which embrace the flnat peclrae; s f :' Indies, Genfs. B-ys, Misses J Ctrl Mu-us SEWED AND PEGGED SHOES, In Morocco, Kid, Jfirain, Kip, Calf, H. Grocery Department . always full I .Best- , FactorT.Cheese & OranCo.Bfittf - constact'y on baud. ' FBBI, BACDI. HfllllSSli SYHt?, 1 at lowest ceh pti'c.- Toe Highest Market Price Paid fr: . - irCi 1ST. I "Or- ,. - t'- BROWN, ee-Sttr. , ' TARBORt. tr. Speeial Attention paid to Repairing ; . aTti-tr iM'hillookA Eillr IV US'.- rnnE uxdersigned has again JL commenced business m GENERAL AGENT and COMMIS SION MERCHANT, .-cenpying the Stre under the SotTHERXKR OKice, oppottite the Court House. Just Received and for Sale: 500 Bags Patapsco Guano. 70 Bbls. Dissolved Bone. 500 Bags JPotahea 50 BarJ-:!B9 FenHi?. vvs (rilliar 500 Bushels OtttXiizer. Co. CLOTHING HOUSE, Tarborro. N. O. Total lo.ooo Gifts, all CaOi, $l.O.OOJ cert o provide means for tin n apnificont Con- t. U.ue". Hundred Tt.o-.'.s.ind iickets onij wiii bo issued, a lari: portion of which are al eady sold. FJ1ICE OJ? TIChliT. bolo Ticket-, Jl ; Halves, $5 ; and Quar ters, $.50. Eleven wh-dn Tickets for $100. li. discoriut on less than tl'W orders. . Nothing could bcmorcapnrrpriite for pres ents than tickets ti tho Ilau.iuet of Wealth or more uktuy to nroance. eranu object of . 1 his Third REMOVAL. :o:- Y'K art n6ir opcn'fti? the Lsrftft. Slock of Clothing urd Dry GocjJs in Town. V . W State E Malco the Finest s well ra the' cheapest Clotting iu tbo X7"K are Practical Tailors and Cat tcrs, and Warrant all our Clothes to Fft. rn IT K IUIMJ0 (?KNEI(ALLY l and mv patrons especially are respect fully informed that I have recently movi d my BOOT and SHOE SHOP from the location- on Main Street occupied by me for the past year I can now be found at rOance. prandor resu.ts. Hie 1 Gilt Concert is the en- Lirffemia-t snd : dowiuent of the Public Li- Brary IvetnueRy, wnicn, Dy me. special ut. authorua g the concert for its benefit, is to be forever free to, all citizens of every state. This Concert will bo concert will be ci.nauctea lite the fint anibsnennd heretofore given, and full particulars of tha moile of drawing the gif . and payi' e them and evcri't -ing necessary to atboronch uuderStandiiiiz of the scheme from beginning o ena, ana now puqnsnea m ine f rra oil circular, which will be lurnisaeil, frnti o' cost, to snv who rddiv. The entire nian'afemeut of this undertaking haa-buen comroirted bv the tr ste. s to Hon. Xh'is. E. Bramlette, late G- vern ir f Ken tucky, to whom all conimanicationsVertainiug to the Gift Concert shorn l b" ri'lrtressed . . H. T. 1 'UK UK 7T. Pn s't. W. N. H.VLDEMAX, Vice Pres't. .TflTfV SI. TAT .. Sec'v Public Library of Kv. FARMERS' A PRAVKIW.B.VXL, Treasurer. Tickets are now ready for sale, and all -r- dera lor thom or BDolications tor agencies, ci bn'aaa. information etc.. will meet with nromvt'otte'ition when addressed to mo as be low directed. THO. F. BRAMLE1TE, Ag't Tublic library LoniBvilfc, Ky MY KEW STAXW ON GRANVILLE STREET, nnrlv in tho rear of the Store of Mr. John O'Hagau, 'fully prepared with a number of EXCELLENT WORKMAN A Nil SUPERIOR MATERIALS to supply the demand throughout tbia section tor the J.aic st biases 01 No. I BOOTS & SHOES With many thanks for former patronage I oucii more ae i a continuance 01 ine same, 0. C. DOGGEfT. .- The Guide is published Quarteily, 25 cents pa fjr the yenr, which is not naif the cost Those who afterwarda send money to tne a nount l One Dollar or mere for .yw's mav 7leo order ad cent worth extra the price rmd for the liuide ihe t irst .Number is leau fif nl. givmsr plana for m iking Iiural Homes Ditdt'ir Table Decontions. Window Gardens. Ac, aud a mass of information invaluable to tho lover ot flowers. 150 pages on fine tinted paper, some 5(!0 Engravings and a superb Colored Plate and Chronio Cover. Tho Fir Edition Of 200,6Wjnstprintd tn English and uertatB. ia jj Ft v ftsstr, p. y. Iu offering the Patapsco GnanoVi the pltttrters of Edgecombe, after several years of test and expe'-ienc, I cm cnly say tlmi the article i guaranteed to be fully up to the standard, fc'id, i- anything, bettir than ever be Tore onered. The P.-tash Suits is what is required on everv tarm in the County, it beini; cheaper and more valusbl than ashes burnt on the form. . , The Peruvian Onnno and I'isflved Bones properly mixed has been fo'o ofieri tfied to make any statement here necessary; TToninfT frrr a vhare of rjnblic oatfonaffe. with strict I tent ion to business, i introduce myself again to the Farmers of Edgecombe: N. M. LAWRENCK V t7 E rniike Clothing to Order of lh Finest Douieotio; and. Imported Clflths. ' ;'. .. . . . ....... WK hat6 the greatest variety ot Mens, Moys atr-i Ghildrens Cloth P. K. I keep on band for sale a fine lot of SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, together with all kind ot Shoe Findings., jan. 29-2m. O C. D. THEE TARBORO BOOK STORE Keeps constantly on hand a fall stock o B.O iQ, STATIONERY and Eanoy Goods Subscriptions received for Appletot 's Journal, monthly and weekly "'be Popular Science, monthly. The Psycob gical Journal. The Nw York 5edical Journal. Gode 's Lady' Bonk, with which a fine Chmmo, of "Our DrlinE" is Riven to every subscriber. Any book n' t in Stock ordered at Pub Ushers prces. H. fl. WILLIAMS. TASK-BO. jy. 23-12m. ing in the State. TT7E ha?e Overcoats, Talmas, Cape and Shawls lor Men, Boys and Uhildreo. 1VE hare a spleadVd asaortment of "White Linen lJosoras aad Color ed Case Shifts. ' ' - VVK Ute Lr8 Stock of Gect'a arid Bojs UndersUrrta k Drawers. yE always keep ths La TT of Scarfs, Bowe and G Latest Style s ent'a Neck Wear. For over Forty years this PURELY VEGETABLE. LIVER MEDICINE, has prored to be the GREAT UNFAILING 'SPECIFIC for. brer complaint and its painful offspring Dvspepsia. CouBlipafioYi. Jaundice. Bullous attacks, sick headache; oobc, depression of spir ts, hour (stomach, Heartburn, (.mils and i ever, Ac; Ac. After years of esrcful experiments, to meet a great and nrgent demand, we now produce rrom our original oenuine rowaers THE PREPARED, a liquid form of Simmons' Liver Regn'ator containing all its wonderful and valuable pro perties, aua oner it in O.SE DOLLAR BOTTLES. Tbo Powders (urico as before) tl 00 a package Sent by mail 1.01 fc CAUTION! -W Buy no Powders or J'repared Simmons' Liver Regulator nnlesB in onr engraved wrap per, wirb Trade mark, Stamp and tfgnature unbroken. None other is ganuine. - , .1. H. ZKIL1N CO Maeoo, G., and PBilasksdia. FoM bf H IXngglzW. E have a larce line of La'i and Gents, Kid, Buck and Clot Gloves !i W1 lE have a fine st ick of Li oca St 'T Paper C6llars, Lined and other Handkerchiefs. WE have a tremendous itock ot Shoes and Boots for Ladies, Gent's aud Children.' w E never deceit e ur Customers but rell our Goods ior wtat they are. WE have HsU in Silk, Flash and Wool, alaj Caps fat 3Iea and Boys. WE call fpeci Fine Men cial attention to ojr and B"ys ClotViiogi w E invite a I to eiaminr ouf Goods befo e Luyiejr thcii iu ters supply. H. WHTLOCK & CO t . i ar? 1 . s ..1