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Trrirsdav, April 10, 1S73. WILLIAM I1IGGS, - Edito TAKBOU ), SOUTH CAROLINA. Press Association -Timo and Placa Decided Upon. The Beleigh AVi copies our r ticl last -week in reference t the Press Convention and agrees fully with us in the matter, and adds: "The Political Editor of the AW, Capt William Biggs, of tha Tarb -ro Sotjthetseb, and Capt Jiatt At kinson, of 'he Asneviue wtsre appointed at Greersboro m the 1st of May last, a C mmittee to name the place and time for calling a Convention to organize the North (. arolina Press Association. For various causes the matter has been delaved from time to time. In the meantime Capt. Atkinson has retired from edit rial life. The daty of namms the time and place therefore devolved upon the two ( thar members of the Committee. As Chairman of the Committee, the vr-iter. having received a mess age from Capt. Biggs t proceed in the matter, named Goldsboro as the place and May the 14th as the time for the said Convention. Not wish ing to call the meeting peremptori ly or without consulting the wishes and convenience of our cotempora ries, we asked foT an expression of the opinion of the press, in regard o the propositi n. We believe elmost unanimously both the time and place suggested have met with the concurrence of our editorial brethren. AYe consider che matter settled, then, THAT THE MEETING TO ORQAMZE THS NOETH CaBOUSA PbESS ASSOCIA TION WILL BE HELD AT GoLnSBORO, OS Wedsesday, May the 14th." The question having been thus decided let us hope to meet ft full representation from the Press of the S ate on that ceasion. Let every journal, of all parties, be represented by its Editors or fnl'i arcffttitf't Ih-leyiir, wh vill be authorized to bind their principals to any line of action tha may be agreed upon by the Association. Many questions per aining to the good of he profession will be dis cussed, the success of which will de pend greatly, nay, entirely, upon the faithful manner in which any res lution is observed by the differ ent journals composing tha Associ ction. For instance should the Associa tion agree that, after such a date, all subscriptions shall be cash in advance; then every paper represent ed shall be in honor bound to ob serve such a rule or lose all the ben efits of the Association, including exchange and ther courtesies. Or, should it be agreed tha' each paper adhere strictly to its W' published advertising rates, and if it :s afterwards ascertained that a j. urnal, so assenting has "cut un der" and violated such a law. then let it be understco I that such a journal has placed itself without the benefits of the Association and, therefore, entitled to no journalistic ameni ies from faithful members of the Press Association. It seems strange to us tliat the press of a State cannot act as well in union as any other profession, and if this meeting on the 14th of May will be instrumental in securing a hearty co-operation in such a" im portant work, we think the time and expense incurred will be well em ployed. "'ThatBack Fav." ' TVe give below a list of those mem bers of Congress who have returned the increased compensation voted them at the last session: W. F. Sprague, of Ohio. V. W. "N illard, of Vermont. G. F. Hoar, of Massachuse ts. W. A . Corbett, of Oregon. C. L. Merriam, of New Y- rk. Joseph K. Hawley. of Connecticut. "William M. Merrick, of Maryland. C. C. Esty. of Massachusetts. V. A. Wheeler, of New York. E. Perry, of New York., W. H. Roberts, of New York. E. H. Roberts, of New York. C. N. Potter, of New York. James Mo roe, of Ohio. W. H. Upson, of Ohio. Vice-Presi- ent Wilson. P. Tan Tr mp, of Ohio. I; would have made us proud and glad could we have been able to pub- lioTi ,"r 1 a chrrre V.K. the UamCS of AJLDi-L w i w ,, , . Yi;f i those v ho represent in tiie national ' "iudc uu 1 Congress the honest "Old Nor h State." Frcm the very foundation of the Gcveixme' t, up t- the time that Radicalism usurped drminicn w th i" our borders, North Carolina, th vgb called the Rip Van Wi kle of tie Fnicn, no cne hts dared impeach her honesty and integrity. In it e kalcycn days cf the Repub lic, wl.tn fraud, peculaticn and bri l ery were just tegirnirg to show ileir 1 jlrid hfcds, ihe representa tives frm North Carolina were rnxrg lie few that tr.deavcred to titm tle ttrrrat cf corruption which if r w twecrirg ever the whclelr nd. Fcr f titters std Representatives vcled tt, as te:rg too old i-;'u ,u " i ixKvn. mou lurjf vne no rp 4 the spirit cf the t'rucf, Ac, Lut they gallantly fought tvtry itch cf ground, when over rcvertd by members, they wenMom- pcllcd ke way. ntsd th prewnt humiliating spectacle is presented us the grea est Republic of he world coupled with the most gigan tic frauds ever known in the history of nati rrs. It is well kn tra that the press of the State have generally abstained from a' y unkindly comment upon the Congressmen of this State who participated in the profits of 'he sal ary steal:" partly, no doubt, out of personal regard, nd partly because it was sincerely hoped that they would, without suggestion rebuke, refrain from keeping the in feey so shamelessly taken frera the public funds. It is n t too late for this money to be returned to the tre 6U ry -where it belongs, and we hope to have the pleasure" f adding sev eral i ames, which might be called, o the above list. If there were no stro ger or better motive, . these ge tlemen ought to remember that the man is politically dead i North Carolina forevermore who s ained his hands with 'hat extra salary bill of Benjamin butler. A curious qn stion was suddenly sprung upon the East Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church of New York. The name of he Rev. David MeMullen, as it happenen, was the first one that came before the Conference: Mr. MeMullen is a man about forty years of age, married, and bas a family f eight depending upon him for support. N hen the questi " as to wheth er he would be allowed t continue was about to be put an animated dis cussion arose. The Rev. Charles Kelsey said that 'he brother was f rty years old and had eight childre and ought to be discouraged. Thai commenced it. and the dis cussio" widened from this particular caso t the general principle as to whether or not a ma with a large family should bec me a minis er. Rev. William Corbett thought that it was preposterous and unjust to object to a man on account of the size of his family. Others expressed a variety of opinions, but our Meth 1 odist friends, t a great many of whom, we fancy, the question comes home, wil be gratified to learn that Mr. MeMullen was c n inued It seems to us that this decision will particularly interest the church at Tarboro. the "ATLANTIC" CALAMITY. Details ol 'he TerriMe Dlsas ter. Vv'c condense, from the New York A r-tlii the following additional par ticulars f the wreck of the White Star Line steamship Ailn.iii- which t ok place on Tuesday morning, April 1st., at about half-past three o'clock, on Meagher's Rock, on Pros pect Point, twenty-two miles wert-north-west of Sambro Light, Nova Scotia. Prospect Point is described as the extreme southern end of a long peninsula w hich forms the wes tern boundary f Ftnnant Pay, twenty-two miles to the west north west of Sombro Light. Mars' Head is a huge mass of rock, which rises seventy feet above high water, just outside the mainland. The waters in the vicinity are thickly studded with rocky sh als and islands. Mea ghre's Rock, on which the At:mt was wrecked, is one of these treach erous rocks, lying off to the south west. The A '!init!- was a splendid ship, 420 fee long, forty feet beam, depth of hold thirty-three feet, draught of water wen y-three feet, tona e 3.723 tons. She had four masts and six water-tight bulkheads, with every facility for extinguishing fires, and with all the modern improvements. The Ail"iti-- was a British build steamship and made her first trip to the Fnited States in 1871, arri ving at New York from Liverpool on the 22d of June, having made the trip in ten days and a few hours. This unfortunate ship left Liver pool on her last rip on the 2Cth of March, end experienced stormy weather during the voyage, and on the morning of the eleventh day end ed her career and sent to a watery grave nearly six hundred out of the nine hundred and seventy eight per sons whose lives depended on her safety. The following is THE CHIEF ENGINEER'S KEPOET. John Foxly, Chief Engineer, eays the vessel struck on the rock at a quar erpest three o'clock a. m. on the first inst, and commenced to heel over to the p rt side, the ?ea - . , . . oreaKi g over tue snip ana vessel . . . filling ranidb. All the femalp tv.k i u,,,.. wv,n .,1 f tua ; the ship struck were prevented from coming cn deck by the seas wash ing over the ship and filling her. 'cine of the passengers got into the lifeboa s, the davit falls being cut away to allow the boats to float clear f the davits in the expectation of getting clear of the vessel by that means, but a sea broke ou board and washed the greater portion of the passengers who were in the boat out, the boats were stove, and those who ventured in them peiish ed. The third officer, Mr. Brady, 'nd two quartermasters swam here with a email line which en abled a great number of the passen fgers and crew to get cn shore. I I ?' cn c r k seen afterwards, and also Robert Herring, second; Jo' n Hodgson, third; William Patterson, . foTirth. Hanmfcl ravi6, eixth i i.cueix aici! arian, seventn, engineer, anu we er.a ciners or tne crew and jceFtngers assisted others to proceed frcm the vessel by the rope to the reck. Ike cold was so in- j i j, o j. tense that 6cme of them, being be- j xrrmbed, were uwable to bold on to the r pe and they let go, and we ere unable t render them any as sistance. The rock that we were on was covered with seaweed, which made it very dangerous to statod up on, and its edges ere r und. All n the rock being soaking wet and old were unable to render any assistance to those ho were in the greates of peril. A number of them were washed off the wreck and drowned, and a number who were trying to get from the rock to the isla d by a line were als washed from it and drowned. We could perceive people falling from the hip's iside and riggfng . Three boats which ere carried across the island rendered assistance in conveying the passengers and crew from the v ssel and rock to th Shore. Sev eral persons who became complete ly exhaiisted laid down n the rock a d died. S me tf the passengers became maniacs, f amed at tha mouth and tottered about like chil dren. N e were kindly received by the people on shore. Mr. Ryan, magis rate, and Mr. Jas. Covely, fish erman, rendered us every assistance. The chief officer, Mr. Frith, wh , it is supposed, was drowned, was seen clinging t the rigging, but no as sistance could be given him. At eleven o'clock the same morning the ship was breaking up and the carg washing ashore. Corpses were also washed ithin reach. We started yesterday afternoon for Halifax and arrived in town at eleven o'clock p. m., where we ere well cared for. The fifth engineer, Thomas Grant Urqnehart, belo ging to Dumfries, Scotland is among the drowned. Incidents of the most heartrending character occurred. The little fel low, the only child saved fr m the wreck, rushed upon deck with the stream of passengers when the first alarm was given. His parents and otlier members of his family were s iil below. They perished when the ship filled and fell over on her side. Hustled about along with that s m-2rglin.j mass of ex ited hn maiiity, the pi ions screams of the poir little fellow went to he stou -est heart. He leaped upon th back of one of the men in the hope of being saved by him. But the man shook off the wailing boy. His cries at List attracted the Captain, who, eictiviiiji lie I i-nurii. liiuiiicr l;. wli'cii le wa 8 r;iy;iii: ii lor lid, cul'C'i out 'o'tlip mo'! who wtire Mi!r'u:dn,' tiie 1' ties titil Itfi tith fin's ;".tJ J'S-rt o e;nie:iv i' P'libl'. to av 1 1. 1 b v. Tl i pnur hi t !i-1. 1 iv w.isini m itn I- iv paM'd over the IhwIs ol t'l1 strui:lioi lotrs-i ol bi inj:5 Mi'd phi ci n the boaf.. Ttie kiiid'y ir-u who wre si i Uiiiilinji fn ave ihe lite aluiot wep' lor sympai 1 1 v as ihev put the I H on hort" sf; in b'xly. though snily i.ffl c t-.-'! .y his p .relt' l-'SS Mi. Fi'Xlev. therbii'l p- uinrer who rt iiiai'dl on the rnuk (or several lumi issisi ing the p:i.".-en;ei s in bimJ tun: he shi. as it was extremely hiur.v ing 'o b no!d the siifTcriii the un fnu:aie crfjture- e-en n'tcr they were ns lied Many ot'iheiii tecauif insatie froihed t t!i3 iimutli and lop led off I he reek i:itn the Wii'er hihj wen drowue i : ni her wv e S' chill d i.nd exiiauied w.ih ihecld that bey laid d-'ivn mid dio l So i died ii!'r I hey had been taken taken lo the inai.i and. All the p:iei gers ppe;ik i i ihe hifihe.-t lernis of the jrl '" tMuduct (il the lli'id ('fri.-er Mr Hiay. and the fir-t ";ineer in par.te ubir, who teuia'.ned ou t e de-k for loiur- asi-tiLI 'he pass'-tiers o loael: the r ifk. Two id y -.abio pas-ea-'er-eiiine on d -tk i t he exf 'lenient ami ii.od near i he whe V hnui The l es tat:d f.-r a ni'inn'ut Presently :hey came out and endi iivnrctl lo reaeli i he forward pait of the ship fr.nn where tin pufsentr'Ts were bciot; sem ahh re on l he line.-. At that inomen' a bue wuve swept over the ship' quarter. "J'hc inen clinging to ih'' iTiiinfr beard iwo iienri i eTtderiii; hrieks. and when they locked the wo men h:,d disappeared. '1'nesn are onl a few of the terrible incidenls of thai f'enrhil wreck. Yon men s well a: oil be-a:ne pir;lvzed. and as ihej 'un to i he riirLitii; o: the sides of the venel they seemed bereft, ot all reason and tthen opoken to by i lie others to make snuje i fl'nt to r-a "h the boat a d :ie. the'nseUes ir e" eu!d roll i, ii ee, 'hri' s are fix. iily s.t the speikeis :; d a-k, ill a w ining tone, 'Wl:;i bo.it?'' Many aoatii who were Hroii. d out of v eir ber lis had nearcely tune to put th- ir clothe? on and rush o deck eie they perbh. On cabin pas eeniier. a younji n;an. ean;e up wit!, only a vest on. II-elnnjr to th - sh;p side lor a time and finally rolled oS into the sr-a was lo-st. THE LOST AND SAVED Accounts vary concert in-s the mini hers of bmt and saved. The late-i new- couEiuis ihe Htateuint lliit over Seven h iudred went dovvi win the s' ip or were afterwards swept olF und diowued. 'J be re-cned Hre new report d to bo ahi ut ilir.'e tmu 'red men and. one child, principally Gr man emiurai.ts, and ihe crew As i here was no timo to save tlie riip' paper's or 'ither d x.-tniieuts the list -il ioi c-iinot be obtained CARE OF TIIE LtVIXO AND THE DEAD. It is understood that the govern meiit will cotn i.eiiee im et ii ttin a one". The neut i f the (Unard a .d others mm) umkiii arruiiu.' nts mi iwa-d ull who are able to 0 lo Nev York by steamer. In the nen;iiuo iill i bar is ficcssaty will be do. e by he citizens and authorit es f.r the eotiifort o'the M;rVivoi!i. The pwinjieT-f wer ' taken c i' f? of by the Cunard neuts cn tiieir a rival tbi afternoon. Ab.nit one 'inn dred and fi'ty oi them by iI:p steaiiicr CI. use to I'or'land tti mor row, the 'remainder i'i by ti e liteamer Fabiiotii ti to morrow night if there is room for them. The Wc'doii News says; W'e Wdtc bowu an ingenious c-minvanca, on Tluir-day. in tbe fdoips of a cotton fbnppor and io, a 1 attached. It was eoinsiiucted by' Mr. 11 C. Kosjer:, ih bi place lr. lingers thinks he can .-nrace it to be nperati d by on U'u and htnse so s to bar, chop, and side yi unjr cotton ull at the same liiue tb- leby doiui tbe services uf six uien and two hores, About the Orphan Asylum. The iwintitioii is iiw a onentioo, d.iiiir a irobh- work and ts worthy ol o rilial '.efiiiice and liberal coturii bB'too- Mr. Coheu isTesulent Vriu C pal. and bas control of the prewse. He unrJerntniids his buisiness und dis charges it faiti fully. Mrs, R ird is -matron. She ii a refined and inteli iient ldy, full of tender synip-athy. and a teal mother to the childret'. Mis. Ella, 0 Granby is as1la't taebei -Her th(-uh scnlTshi) an l experience hi teaching tjttality her lor the work Her oWn ntphaiiHire an i the kindles of lier fri"ii3 will enable, h. t io!ppr!eiaie and Qud-r.it and her priviluges and fe?poi sibihties. HOW TO GO THERE Leave the H ileili & Gast.no Road at if eisders.iu! and ta-je X'2 miles to Oxford. ISuter the . bu limi; at tne dd ih xt to the town, and firt d.wir o the 1 ft is Mr. Cohen's office. A sait ibte time to b there is n 8uud:iv attpTn.iun, hen a iutniter ' usfiaMv preaches o ti e clpblren, or at 7. P ru at evetiin Worship, wbeo th. etiild en sin-r and pray. Wf AT CUILDHEN ARE ADMITTED? - Uiiaht Uy Mni ytrln. mr.rif tfiBti' and less than 13 ears ufasi', provided thy have an prupeity, nn ini ifr nt, or no ta;hi r and he",ple8 mother". It make no difference whether" tbnir p .reti'fi were Masons r not. ntfr wit wh:it religious deuo iuutioos tin j worhii ed. Statile, Peraii, OrfniiK Graavife. Wake and Fiauklin ore the indy c-mntrie now repjeseuted: others oujrht to be. HOW MANT CDILDRKJt WILt BE REEC1VED The buibliuus will accomodate about iOt); hut the number ol children will be hmttrd by i!u? aai' U'it cf cn nbu ionx. It ta- im ney, book urmi ure, eWr I'iuSr. rovi-ioos fiiwls. &:. to MipporL such an iusiitu no . The number of orphans tube educated i m problem vbwli thp Inetidrf o the ci'.ildren must solve. G "tribii'inus may be cent ti Mr. !ohen a' ()fir , or wb. u more w -vemeu-.r, 1 W E. od--on. lb.!ei;:h SHALL WE PI. AY FOR THS ORPHANS7 A- h lienor-! uiivtjo. It you hae (one nur duty, you u-ay ak I Iij l-oid to ve:if his pr oni-es Uui when U- d m I s you to .lo a work, it is lo. u i ;iii or you in st itid ii I ami a-k ti tin ! Id il or e'-e make oti.ers d it. L ymi do ii -t !i 1 1 for a pod cauie thni- o r pra)lis 1 not be o inudl it 1 lu: prayer a d n ins sin nil iiw;iys jo fcet I er. !o yo'jrfalt fluty. a.:-i i lien iuio!e iillissmy from heaven. J. II. Mills Ua'eih N'C A private e-iblo di.-pn!cb ate ouncef tin! ueiib of Mr ..T n Gord.ui leuuett it Vroeligstt!n. S.iX ny. t : v a i v ii 11 r 1 s 1: 1: m xtjs. srd ware! INCLUDING Locks, Butts, Hinges, Nails Blind Fastnings, Sash Locks, &c, &c. SOLD B V PI 11 miner, Lewis & Cc. at Baltimore and New York Prices. Parties contemp lating building will find it to their interest to buv their Hardware from us. We will duplicate prices of any Northern House. apiil 1 0-1 ru Administrator's Notice. rpilK UXrK:iSIGKD IIWINC dulv (iu;i!iti"d Admiidstrator i 6on non, with tlie will annexed, of Henry - i.l.t. d t eased. All f rsoiis are hereby notified to present their elan n to nie, duh 'autlieeticat ed. 01 or be. ore the ls: hv, 1874 alO-Ot N. SI. LAWRLhCE. l'ub. Adm. S T I E F F'S 5 CO UPWARDS OF 50 1st PREMIUMS X GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS Were Awarded to CHAntES M. vTI FFV l"..r Ihe best IM ANOS.Jn C"iiiet:tloiivitl; the leadinsr ManutaomVers in i diHry, cfficb avd warkrooms: Jfo. ) N. Idberty Slieet, Halt mmre. M1. Ti'fi s"pe: ior'ity of the Urria led Sieff Pianoforte, is concetxled by nil w. o have ei.nipari ' it with others. Im the:r Ne' Grand Square Scale 7J Oiiia'c, the nianu iiict'.irer lias suci'eed' d in niakjiig the m st pei't'e t FiaiU'torte poKsible. Trices will be ionnd as reasonable a cons'-teiit vi'b tlu-rongh ivoi'kiuin.sh't. A larin aB.v-rtmi?ii -of Ser-nd fland Pianos always - n baud, from &7? MSSilO. Wr are ac. n's !rr ihe ipi.l raled f'.iirdi tt Cabinet,' Parol- ani Cbnreb Organs all stvb-a and prices, to suit ev- ry one gnAran leid to l e mily equal to any made. Send tor llliistraterl Ciitalore.confnin ht' naiues or.ivef l.iOO SontlnriM;r.500 ot which ai Vii jri-iians, 200 North Cr ri:- lans, loO E. Tenneseeans, und ojherii thi-eiiehont tl e South.) who have tnphf the Stief!" Piano si nee he tlese oflhe uar. C. C. LANIER, Adent. 1 TAU liOliorN. C. April IM. iy. John W. White, CABINET MAKjffi,':;:. XJS3LC3le37tl, IS. OX; PITT STREEiJl Near Odenlieimer's livery MaMe. .. ' , , "TARBORO, N. C All orctara n hit bn prytty ffikttJjr H CISTERNS. :o:- PHMEl lEfflS S Ii. will contract for Cisterns including Guttering and Pumps at the very lowest rates. -Every- part of the work fullylwarranted and guaranteed. alO-lui Bav; Mare Mule, with rht Rhmiidar acalfUJ, ha short h iir, in low sized and large build. Information wi l he thankfully received, and ail expense- pai l h7 , ."WILLIAM ' GB A.Y, . -10s4tt.f f amesville l' :st . Offie. Do yon irant Uap of U. S. or f D yon want a firsl-c'ass Family BiblCy with patent V r'.rrpli at tach merit, iticq froui 57 5 to $167 l)o von want a ntandard religiou work, ono ili.tt wiil'i.wakeil a net int-'rexr in the iarreil 'ordof God, n-i nxe v tf sn it more clnlv hrrraftor. Such work ei be nnn ' in XICIIT SCEXES IX THE BIRI.E. bv Iir JIarsH. If von have not mibse.r bed do no a once. All the iove can bo oLtalufcd through tho travel.inR Aj?ont, ai02t MR. LAZELLE STOP AND LOOK. It will do you no harm, and you will certainly secure some good. JUST FROM THE NORTH with a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods. KiuLracii'g everyiU'.ug usual1' kept in a First-Class Drv Goodj I'stabl aliment, iiiclud C3r O O IEJ 1E. X ol the best iielecLou and a g -od s'ock of U A K B Special attention has been articles in the Gentlemen's Beady Made Clothing, together with a choice selection of Gent's FurniIiinir The finest and largest ever do your soul good, if not your pocket, to examine hist Hats and Caps, Neck Ties, &e !ut come and ee tne and I will s!ow you sipbu April 10-tf. Tlif fo'io i'ig r'icV wo rnpy fr-:ti t' p Sl tlrAjrtcuHnr-tlJ,irr nl i.'.-l ,1 mI T. I eieli. N. t: . in hieh ii sriveo, in the red-nun devot--d to A. rienlaiii- an.! fi-.'i trv. :i j i :i!mi:ir nKfrn-nt - t , eat ot ten siand'ir'i t cimrr ill t rtil:z-r. ly - ' 5"ti. ot T;r! t-. N. C. (E liter of the A-rcuHm-al D.-"rtnie-.:; t'.at ) 'klr I Ti ifjpf n w' t11 koowii flirontf'ion' thix S-a on of tiie l ir e' oi 1 '' t ln;e . n: t ir-riiivil, and i,uccatul FlaiiUrr- iu Edjjecoml.'e county, und nreda no iutrod.i'.-t iuii I nr iianiltj. EXPERIMENT WITII f0MJIERC!L FERTILIZEkS. Tbr paat roar we ma l an exp'rimeut with ten different romnv-r i.il fertilisers on ccMtou. at tlie r.te of 18tJ ltm, f.er arie i.f encb qualitr. Tlie -i' iifii wloeh ili r peri nent ;mi coedncted a unimproved, lii lmturd T ll'liip'' d ' cot ton. hS it. is uu deiiaid iib j'rllovr c'uv. The and vas as near tli winiu tertiiify h co'd 1 1 selteinl. the litud wa preiar1. needed and cull iT.t'ed wit the view to li.v ea--h riv i:iirv fienl: with T b 'erMliZern were onristely "eig-cd I niys II 'ami 1 st i il.-iit il ! Jny ilt';iud an o'd frodin!in. Sinplu rows tliirty-Hve vards in lugh tmd ti'ivP nn I a Im : ipnrt (iiue hnudrvd aad tweuiy ronralo the aer ) were exjieriine-ite-l on. We wer- pr-'ul at ac!i picking and cartsiu ly weig'-ed ilie rotoui. In iliis txperi A: .. ... J r .1... ......l,,;., ..... t O I oounds: XavnHa $35: Eiiwan, $55; Patapoo, $53, B eu and Mereer. S33: Gji.hoi - ; Cotton Fkhtilizek, $60; Jotdmu lloniei ' rii"plite, $Z0; Maryland Cottn Food, S5i. lonew-all, $63; Mlantie. f50; Carolina. 950. ! iv i.l. ti...... -,i,lions e ffive Ihe realer ..f tlie St-itt AnrMturol Jourvtl tl.i i statement, and luave them to rtraw llieir ueilucti ns an. I torin tnrir -."n co"eini- n, ov Kiyinn that upou the whidu 1872 wis the worst vrur !or eonimei rial I'- rliUzeM slnee Ititi? iu cunaequKUce of U e eioesaive wet summer we hid in thia ectiu. 1 Kg Ii NAME OF FERTILIZERS. No 1. Niivassn 2. Eiiwan " 3 Patapico 4. Boa en anl Mercer - 5. SlLRVfl'S Cotton I'LBTlLlZEIt ' 6. Joshua Horner's Phosphate " 7 Maryland Cotton Food 8. Stonewall " 9. Atlantic ' 10. Carolina T . 11 . No Manure 765 735 709 540 877J 840" 6t in 5.S5 75( 835 olti . W. Graudy & Sons, Norfolk, Va., Special Agents, U. IB. Coffield ASD M. M Lawreiice5 iQ-wilKfiiriiish this Fertilizer at Facto ry-Brices, t Freight andL)ryaje SEW AlJVC IltlS C1IEVTS. THE Another Hotel Opened in Tarboro. Tbr nndersiKned would inform the travel ing public that he has recently e,tah!islieil a ICcw Hotel iu Turhoro, inown as ih Stonewall House, t which h; iuviles all, confident t!at he cn meet H the requirements gf the Towu. The Stonewall House embraces a (ara portion The late Howard Hotel. and bas beeu thoroughly repaired and fur uisbed; the ro ms being supplied witii ex celienta d ne.it furniture, a welt lon'lucted Billiard and Bar Saloon ia nttacbed to the House. Also a first-clna Restaurant, nl which Meals cm be obtained at all Hours. Guest with Il- rses may re'ynponbavinp; J ineir stocK wen attended rt. as lyoinuioaious J S:ate- re eouiiected with ihe House. 1 w'-27-m w. b.HakpiK- W ARE Stonewall House given to tho selection ion U'A: 5-?. T."tnp I'"r'i' department, a large lot oij25 1UuK Kic " R s xxsn A it Goods & Umlenveai brought to Tarboro. It will j . S. CiSRK ! X "2 A 5 T C ! 1 - m - x 'Zoo An 25 in 7S i $11 75 180 180. 130 1SII ISO 180' 4 95; 6 .SO 14 25 9 95 I 5i 18 37 J 16 5" 4 50 3 75 12 50 16 25 4 95 4 95 9 30 5 00 12 97$ 12 0i 45 8 OtV 1175 1U9 3' i 367 330 90 75 240 35 35 45 27 43 7J 42 "0 30 00 29 5 37 5i 41 75 zS 5 2 15 4 50 18 i 4 95 18 i 5 85 18n4 5:1 1KM4 5 2 10 Agents,; Tarboro, N-.C, nscti,LAi:ois , .. NOTICE, X'l (ter-ons are forewftr'ied agiinut b5r'irjg or harboring; W nit B 'tMe. i colored Ivy, uboiit 18 years old sunder pi aity of the law, as I ha6 a Wtilren cbtm ironi bis parenU for tiifJ preSent year.- il.E.ODOMx mar.27 2t' l?attteb.jio, . C. D R UGS AT ' Dr. L. L. Staton's DRUG STORE. You will find, just arrived, a geueral as- KOf' ll'CDt of Drugs. Chemicals. Patent Medicines, &c. Paints, Oils, Window Glass patty & Dye Stulft. A'so the latgent and lieat eeUoted assort ment of PERFUSEIlt EXTRiCTi Hair, Nail & Tooth Brushes & Combs. ever brought to Tartioro. Liberal Induce merits Offered to Fracticiu Physicians. mar.2C-'uf. Important Notice. T AM NOW PREPARED TO 1 furnish t!ia Tar Hiver Favorite FfiMi.Y FLOUR, Mann'aerurt d espeei-iliv tnr t;ie Tnr liivr i ir-i Iv, aim to- khIo uly by the nniit-r igaeu. Also, just leeeived, ' 500 Buidie'a S d 'o.ita. TAIIEORO 100 Toil's Genu no I'eriiTiim Gunuo "Ml Tors Nav-.i-sn tiiinn . F-jr sale on tilx-ra: lenns hy S. S. NASH, Arjcnt. Febrnnry 20th, 1873. Iiov '1 If. t i-i t: Endless Lever OR CHAMPION HOUSE MOVER! Patented JaD. liUi, 1873. 5 ' 1 -K lr.lliJJHr.il Dl IIS I "r TJI'ILl'INGS OK AI.L KINDS, GIN O Houhbh. Qimrter ITousea, Cotton Scn-wn. Hums. .vc. ne.v d and warranted to bo Oone i without (hiuntse. All orilers from the counties of ash, Fal iiax and Eiigi Cumbe, should be addret-sud to BASSETT A RF.AMV, Mar20-tf. Tarboro, N. C. Plows! Plows! Plummer, Lewis k Co. OTer nl iluir liardnare and A"iiciil ural Ktnpor u'ii i be Ji-iroe-t :.od .'Iom Coiill-.e Variety id PLOWS -vtr idb-red i I In urk-;, mid at the ioet pii e, Tlie'r Mock ot 11.W oils t ol No 1 & li O d W. tt. .No 9 ( & li do Tn H .rse lit). 5 Fanner's Friend, (waT uted to p eae) - r " N'o 7 Fanner--Friei'd Two IJorse. Me. Wroitbt S andaid Kd-e- cotnbp. No. 50 Cast Mandard Ivljitcotubc So 50 Alien. : ' ' No. 5u Ptershijr Wrought Stmdard. N'"1. 7J ivioeeoihbo. No. 10 Ed-jocombe. N'o. 51 Edgecombe. The following Cotton plows: - Kduecoti.be Cotton Plo 0!J Sijle Kdjr;coii;be Cotton Plow Irup'oved.J Kicbatd-'oii'H U'eldon ('..tioo I'l .w. Farmer & Waiuwribt's Wibon Coltt u Plo. , - Every dw-cription of Piow Castinixs. GotliOir P:a;ir ol two or three ki' dn and warranted to lint tbe seed uieliM'lowly. ALSO ON nANDGENUlNS Cu c u m b er u tn p s , AT 9 00 JVAUKANTIiD. riummer, Lewis & Co. ADFERTISEMCNTS. CRARV & BGNNIVVELL Avclulectisi AM) TUe nneriisriMd "hiwj. jviwi muisigii any ktij f Bu Idniira, CTaterii. . u-. v,,n superintend, the r ct-io of any kiud of buiid. inu on reasonable terms, will aigo wiperiunaifl theSetU jr and Unrniiiff t J-rk-k. VewiS farninh Fnilding MaU-riala ot the bttv raoet approved kiud at low prices. Oi:oof tlie uudt raigu d will be iu Tarb ro cflnslMitlv, and on and after the 1st of ji,iv pfo into, wo Till bav an office n -he corner o. 12th and outll Stieetg, PhiUilsl hi We think that all who pa roi.ize u, fi? d that we know whiit wo are al oifl, and wi'l nrtt regret tuakiucour news' ntaned; St W. CRlftYi f. BftMHELL. -TARBORO. N.C. feh. J7-tf. 50 doz, Ames' Shov;!s Jnt arrived at the Ilaf 'ware Store 0' PIXHIHEK; LEWIS 4 f0. Retail Price - 2 (Jliainuerifii?) -a Jawis, TARBORO, N. C, Practical Watchmakers AND PEAI.EI18 IN FINE JEWEMlY, strrr.cg Silver and Plated W ar?, WEDDING- RINGS &c. Jan. ia-tr. J. E.;SI3I3IOTS, CAHIVETMAKEIt AND UNDERTAKER. Ha alwayii on haad for safe, clicap for cue!-,, Wardrohe3. Burrans, Washstandf, Bedsteads. IVTatrassrs. Writing Desks, Tables, Chairs. &o Unde;taker's Department Aiwayi ou h.uul at tha Lowest L'as'u Pric .llaliogany, a!nnl, Pejilar & I'iue COfilllS, Fisk's Metallic CoSas iuiui.sheu ill ilurti's; u-.;ticj J. E. SIMMONS, 'i'.ir'mro. J;in. 9-Sm DAILY LLE OF STEAJiTyR i i TAU IUVF.U. THE PARILICO & TAR RIVER NAVIGATION CO. Str. VESTA, Cain J K. HATTCN Itr. ISIS, Captain C. W. JEST! R A .11. a!ter this .late, 'i-ake daily uv 'r""i WASIIIXGTOX AST) TAKEOEO, i; tie Ihho le-at leaving e.i. li it every 1a (S iniiai - n.eepl . n -' t .'1 f.-iinl'r,ci i-u I lit ay, ntleni'i'jj t1 tiaveilit'g Ji'itile an-l li.ier UmlMial lie lilies f r . i!oi,:lit a:.d tiuv-l, wi.ii SUl'KRlOlt A(C: MMUD.VIIONS i .1 O 'xl !''! , I.o'v F-ue, and linjiri-'ii-leiilxl li'vv Tniill for I'lClgbtS, I lies" '! .il ar- inej'- iir '. ti-viiez llir- iijii li'di.-. o' Irtiding "n Cot- i fv oi all i- . . t lie KiVcr l Ituk Tta Railroad, - $3 25 fcaititrore " 2 7. Norfolk ' 2 25 l.eii :i 1 1 ies i .fer slii!; OK via WaMi nl".i j vr S'eaiUi-r Unvr. Iitiirlils tii be I lie .sanie .is ul".e, To ctiarc Tor "ImrlHe, iiaiiling r iieiiesi it Miipjie'l li- Il is line; a 1 all o'ls, Wales ol Men liaii-li-eiuid p.filin e. Slfi. ! t-. ca.e ol' -it er VESTA" or -Iris," will '-e iM-iplnnl t lower rales than ever hei eli-lvii e carried li any tiaii'i'O'tBtiou on th xivt-r, nie ii' in al , xtra el a i pes. JZ3 Tlnongli Tirk-is will b Ufiicd to travellers g-'ing N rtn ly ili-s line lor less limn a'i oili-i route. JES- The 8lcanu r VKSTA nmfc:ns cIo ivniieciioii Willi the 7 o'ei- cfe P. M. train l'i-in Tuii(.i-i, travelleri can dias avail IhCUIselvesi of the .-alio: il desired. A-.y iniorniHlion i'l I'C che-'i lullv g'-n liv ai'i lving ihe Cutniii eiti.r B or to " JOHN G. BLOUNT. Auent al U Hshinytiin, or C. C. THOMAS, jv.16 3 n. Aiftnt at Tmboro. AGRICULTURAL Hardware Plummer, Lewis & Co. Offer a C nip'ete Slock f mich Hardwar us is used by iaruens, at tlie - Very Lowest Hates Farmer will certainly find it t. tLcir ad vantage toCHll at tbe iliiMlrtare. House ti Plummer, Lewis & Co, be tre pureliau? i lsewher. Plantation fells Trace Chains, Genuine Pvoot flames. Back Bands and Buckles. . IRON BOUND HAMES. (dollars. I3ridlcs, ., .. Clivis Irons, Lap Icings, Sliovels, Spades, .IJamestnngjs, PLOWS of every description. GARDENING -TOOLS. CJUIT, iGOl & BFCGY'MlttrltlSi imam