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Tlie Tarboro' Southerner.
Hay 8,1873. Thursday, paper Adv-rtbg Agents, STto contra wrrttaejr U .tonr grates. A'lVlh J? req lasted to ttwr fW ith "k imuse. TEdgec mle County Superior Court, Spring Term -Poor gous. e-Eeport of the Grand J'try The Poor Hons bein situated sever I miles from town, two of the Juror were -requested to gf out aud examine its condi tin. The Poor House is located "P"n -cminiy land, ahout six miles west of Tar. lKro Mid about 1 o mites : m Harlsl.or , '. in the midst fthe Piney woods. Tbe lo cation is high and dry, Rtd capnble of being made wry beautiful iplaee, rituatea as i ;is in a large prove of oaks. There are two in-!l'sir cs, one-df al'Ui ten acres is in cited by a nice plank fence, ha'song six houe-, ab' ut 2fx4u, two rooms each, chimney ia th centre ; a'so a burn wbh two r -ouis and large shelter for carta and farm ing implemeuJs, ' and four s':lls f. r twins. The yard nr und the booses is well policed. The houses e all ftdcely whitewashed in side a well s out, and the inmates sup ipUod with U thnt rs necessary for health and comfort, and ill without exctj-tion ex pressed the -utmost satisfaclien as to their treatnieut, etc Each occupant is allowed to cultivate for bis or her use a small gar den. The rations to wh perse n per week in 3 lbs meat . or '2 lbs treat and 12ber- rin s. 7 lbs flour or 1 peck mod, 1 pint . sugar, I pint coffee, 1 pint molasses, soap, ; anil ping tobacco to those wl:o desire it. Kice i given o ths invalids when ncces t fary by the Superintended. There is another enclosure of nW.it twelve acres, in which are four bouses, 23x40, two r"oms each, occupied by col ored paupers, which we also kwud in good couditiou. ?ind welt piiiood, Nearly all this enclosure is cleared kind, and cr.'iti vated ana garden by the inmates, -and one Hred band' for 'oke benefit of the paupers. The couftii'n of the whole is far better than we ud or.v farm iu the county for ctimi' rt or health. Tbtre re at present twen'y inmates, thirteen white and .seven colored, thirWen females and seven males one insane per ' son, but perfectly harmless. Tt'ere ha-, so far, n- eflbrt been made by tcri Superintendent or the I'oui ty C m- TiTivsioners to provide te'teiou services for -Ikis unfortunate class of persons most of ' wl.om cannot read, even if they owned a ! bible, and we'would suggest that sme ar rangement be made wilh ministers of the Grsi'vl in tlie town and county to dispense the word of life to these people, A small ' chnrcb built n on the re-mires for the benefit of the paupers and the ne'ghbors around would, we think, be money well spent. In conclusion we thiuh from our obser vation the Superintendent, Dr. Duggun, i.s a good manager, ind feem to have the wlio'e under gpd discip'ine ap order. 11. L. Staton, Foreman. Report on Jail and Grand Jury Room. The Grnn"J Jniy, ut tbe suggestion of your Honor, pioceedcd ftl once to visit ' aud inspect the jail. The jaior and hi wifo ke"n everything cleanly and nice, although it vas apparent the occasion was anticipated. The upper rooms wher.e tbe prisoners are confined, s-re alo well kept, the biaks clean, and tlu re was io complain' from any f the prisoners, with the exception of two crazy women confined in one cell, who are uncontrollable, tearing up evervthing about them. All, with these two excep tions, were well provided with'mvttrases and hiaukets. We suggest ihat the County Commissioners should visit and Inspe.t the jail at least once or twice a mouth. We would also call the attention of the Court to the Grand Jury room. It is too small ior the number 1 persons which necessarily have to be in it to transact the busintss, aud too public, being right at the main entrance of the Court House where there is always loitering around s igreat.mauy persons who can overhear what is said. It is, a'so, but a lew steps from the public well, where there are persons passing all the time there being o ly one window and this very near the well, aud jt is necessary to keep the wincLv np for ventilation. II. L. Statp Foreman. Craba-HI on the Rampage. If any one place was ever cursed with a perfect nuisance, that place is Tarboro. Since the close Pi the war all the refuse and desperate colored population of the towu, county and other sections have con gregated on Water Street, near the lridre, and have organized a black colony of wretches, or both s xes, which has, and is ow, proving an infaii.ous disgrace to the place. Scarcely a week passes that there does not occur Iihin its borders some riot, staLbing or shooting, affray which is well .calculated to alarm all fie peaceful citizens in the neighborhood. Last Saturday night was especially pro- fiuu oi such atlairs, no less than four of the inhabitants being lodged in for Various offences. In one instance a woman stabs a man u..iu nioHoer ii3,n resists an officer and tries t put an end to Ids life by the use of that deadly instrument, the rai r, a weapon pow so common in the bauds of the negro; while two others com mil flagrant vjoUpona gf peace aud order ah is ti'ga tune this miserable den of thieves, rogues and prostitute s was broken up, root and branch, and it is gratify ng to aiiow uut Juds;e Morean4 the Qrand -u.jr pprectate this ncpessity and have taken vigorous measures to affect that result at the present term. Tn n.: . u i.,auer iue negroes are not alto geth ;r to blame iind should only be mde to hare the penally pf their misdemeanors in ennecton ju, tht y,f llleJ w. own the premises and rent them oui to such characters. T4KB WAR.MNO.-This is he Jast day of grace given for listing State and County Taxes in ih'e township. A heavy penilty is imposed for wilful pon-cpnipliance, and alo neglect The list-takers wil iba ioaud all day in fbs Court House. The Worth of Tour Town. Does it ever, .or an instant, occnr to the business men of.. Tarboro that It is their brundeuaoi solemn duty to support the local papers of this town? What is it but the weU-oui'Ucted newspaper that niakeB a city ot town known? What constantly and gratuitously advertises it to the world, a a pi ict of interest or importance ? What daiiyrwe kuowu to the V le earth the simple fact that such a place as where he tr ve ' tr:;u 1; v olihood has existence on the atlas? It is a local news paper. Now, we venture to say that not one-teulh part of the business people in any tirvn in the "iiniiy, spin! uy uo: y in tbe wayof judicUMisadvcrll ing. Tni' , ihey take the pap r; but t is not beams they feel any duty devolving upon them toward its s rt. It dver ioueuts were not gi o by othes, rhe p&per wou u cease to five despito the payment of sub-scripti- n. Show us a local paper well filled with advertisements, and we will at uce ke slock In the enterprise. and busi ness tact of the people who live where the journal is no .shed The outside world iulgeiore of the place by the newspaper it publishes than from any other sign. It is, therefore, . matter or" sjreat moment thai ihe local journal of the city, .town and village should bs well supported, ior it, above all other other things, oouti ibntes to genera, prosperity. Xxi.ttaaemt ta Certain Circles. The lovers of a quiet game of "domi noes," h- fascuia' i. i 8 Ot "i'ltch," the excitement of a "rafflV the sport of "Ur-g.-t slotting" and similar atousements, have, for the past few days, been thrown if o a considerable state of per tuba t ion on heariug that the Grand Jnrv at the pres ent term had tneir action in tne matter under consideration and would probably rfia l 1431a .taaiust all U jey could as- cenaia to have Indulge iu 81lch games. 'Thhi, of tours-, refers ooly to ihe games played ir. public places, but, never theless s'irj jld Cue '-Jr i. d Jury decide upon sv;ch ac.Viou we cannot think but that they have,-goue somewhat beyond what the strict, l ne of their duty demanded. It is Oiearly in their province to suppress all gambling, but the playing of sueh games cannot surely be construed iu such a light, as they are frequently participated in by some of the most moral and respectable citizens of the community. The -Town' Ei-txTios No Opposition oe Excitement. On Monday last the regular municipal election was held in Tar boro. The Democrats had no ticket in he field and.coLSeqnent'y, everything went overwhelmingly Radical. Not more than fifteen or teu(y Democrats voted. The followii g is the vote : for mayor- A. McCabe 108 FOR COMMISSIONERS. John Norfleet... 414 I H. C. Cherry. .114 Jos. Cobb'. 115 J Scattering , 13 Fiom this it will be seen thai more than a hundred voters remained from the polls, and allowed the tlect.ou to go by di fault. The ticket electtd is prubully one of the best that Radicalism could put forward, and it is to be hoped that the officers elect will consult ttie best interests of the town iu the administration of its affairs. Memorial CiXEBBATios. Our citizens should not forget that on next Saturday, the 10th, the Memorial Asgociatio.i ot Edeecombe will dulv observe the day iu the respective cemeteries of Tarboro. It is understood that no particular pro lamine will be carried out, !i6 ladies and citiz ns gencrd y, simply being le pu sted to meet at the cenieteiks with flower and, in an informal manner, decorate the jrves ot the dead soldiers. Tn";statemeut, should of itself call forth on that cession all who revere the mem ory and cherish a veneraiion 'or the dead hen.es of the Lost Cause, who sleep iu our midst. A call of tl.e President, Mrs. C. M. Wes son, will be lound elsewhere. To Be Movkd. We understand it is the intention uf the Railroad authorities at an arly day to move tt:e depot bu ldiug at R cky Mourn to some iiu.lt distance south of the prese t locition. It is said that tbe reason for this action i. the want of space, which is being c n stantly circuiuscn'. ed by tbe erecttqu o new buildings. We hear sufficient land, ha been donated O prevent me construction Of any store within oue hundred teet of tbe railroad Warehouse. This will, of course, render it more secure fr-Jiu fire, but will neces sarily cause a commotion among the prop erty-holders, who have so t lickly clustered aruuud the present location. Aa Ukgent Necessity. Gradually fcr the past few years, the prices of country produce, such as fresh meat, poultry, eggs, Ac, hav. been increasing until they have now reached a point almost beyond the reach of every lifluss keeper, This is attributable wholly tothecqurje of l he negro and white dealers upon Grab- All, who grab up every particle of pioduce that comes from the country aud re-seli it at the most exoibitant rates. The only remedy foi this is, either to break up this miserable den aUoi.e her, or build a Market House and require all pro ducc io be carried there. W ill not our town authorities give the matter some litte c-nsdierution? Trouble u, the Camp. Owing to the many and disgraceful transactions that for a num b r of years have occurred upon "Urab-AU,' it was impossible for the authorities to any "onger ignore its existence. In consequence pf this action the Solicitor od Tuesday last is.-ued a capias against the following persons for keeping disorderly houses aud bound them over each in the sum of f 250, namo.y ; Austin Dozier, John VV. Gant, aud it, 8. Taylor. It id to be sincerely hoped that this process may effect gome good aud eventually eradicate fn.ni our midst tuig burning piague spot. . J. O. G. T, At a late meeting of Ad vance Lodye, in o. 28, Independent Order of Good, Tpmplurs, the following officers were elected for the ensuing teini. Jtio K Wheeler, (reflected,) W C T; Miss Sue McCullea, W VT;Geo T Terrell, VV a; F L Spiey, W F 6; J U Bel, W T; Rev C C Dods n, W C; W H Mahone, W M Mrs. S A Carter, W I G; A F Rowland, W QS;W A Pool, P W UT. Ap point me uts. Miss Maggie Palamouu lain, R US; Miss Jennie Walling, LilS Amicablt Settled. It is with pleasure we notice that the "unpleasantness" exist ing between the editors of the Boanoke Ifeu:s and the Enfield Times has bee amicably adjusted, through tbe insuumen talityot tue trlends ot boih parties. Let as live 10 peace, brothers. f COURTU ITEMS- 'i ' " - Second "Weejj, r John Mitchell, colored, indicted for an asgxolt, w.th intent to commit rape, on Elian Kinjr.'colorcd, was con vie-ed of the crime und sentenced to tbe Penitentiary for seven yea .' ' .The CMl Docket was taken op on Tues day moraine and Is now being rapidly dis posed of. The respective counsels have an nounced their readiness for trial lo a ma jority o the cases. Thn Gro4 Jury, after having transacted a large amount of business, were discharg ed on Tuesday. They were greatly facilitated in the prompt transaction of busines, by having their r ou ated on the first floor of the Court House. It is said to have bean one of the nv st efficient Grand Juries hr the county for a number of year; having among its mem bers several experienced and legal gentle, men. ' G. '6-tt'ia, (t!iaiikNoitse,10, received particular attention at this te-nu audit is to be ho;K-d that sa'd iitten'ior, will bave some good effect in the root) ,g out of tl is den of thieve and cut-throats. Judge Moore is pressing the Civil Do-k-with a persistency and force tbat promises to relieve Itof'jiany cases that have been standing ftr a long number of ytars. Gr'. Taylor, colored. Indicted for break ing ope n the store of Mr. Thomas Rober to n and stealing $25 09 worth of goods, was convicted, and, by permission of His Hon or, granted the privilege of breaking stones in the Slate Frisou for the space of two years . Seine Hani The operations of the eines along the river are bainuinqr to assume a lively slupe, and large numbers of shad, rock' perch, and other spcimttn of the finny tribe are dally and nightly captured. On Thursday last it wa our good for tune, in company with quite a party of geutlemen, to attend a haul at Law rencc'B Hole, near Hope Lodge Farm. On arriving we found the indefatigable W. J. Law. rence, better known as "Buck," sur rounded by a nu:nter of active assistants, presiding wl'.h energy and zeal over a large btrbecue frame,.on which were sputtering and toasting a sco e of liic'.ons shad and rock. Other indispensable article to' feast had been duly thought of, and were duly reognized, and, at the word from the master of ceremonies, -such a rapid demolition of fish besh was probably never before seen Everything was cooked in a manner thnt no fa-tidioni Epicurean could find fault with, and especial y was fnat'Rock Head Stew" app-eciated. Through the kindneu of Mr. Lawrence each gentleman carried home with him a pair of fine rock and shad Do -us so again Mr. L. Sajiierlor Court. On Tuesday mornjng Solicitor Martin announced that tbe State Docket had beeu disposed of, whpn the Civil Packet was ira mediately taken up. A large n amber of cases on the State Docket were tried, due to the energy and promptness of Mr. Martin, who displayed much ability in the management of his Docket. It is a subject of congratulation that for one time In many years it has been o"si. bleat a regular terra to reach the Civil Docket and clear it of litigated causes. Jnf'g' Moore rxp'eed his determina tion to force a trial Ji every possible1 &?e nd, from the statement of the i vyers. It s very probable that many I on a standing ones will le disposed of. Tbe court will probably adjourn to-mor row. Attend to It. For the past few weeks we have noticed the fact that, notwith. standing the fence recently eree'ed around the Town Cemetery, the enc'osnre is dail' crowoea wun animals ftt almost every description, Including a large number of nogs, wd are making sad inroads ui qi tbe graves and shrubbery. If the town officials will net attend to the matter, it seems that those bavin c: friends and relatives interred therein should look into it and remedr the evil. DttopPED Dead Ou Sunday last Mr. Wm. Phillips, a well known citizen in his section of the county, dropped dead while a king with erne relatires aud friends at he home of his sister. Up to trie moment or his death he was, apparently in the finest health and spirits. Xt is sou ewnat remarkable that some yeirs since his father came to bis death in equally a sudden manner. While engaged n chopping stalks he fell in his tracks and died immediately. Twentj-Five Dollar Premium Ccp. Dr. L. L- Staton requests u to announce that at the September meeting of the Edgeco nbe Agricultural Society he wilj present a handsome Cup, valued at twenty- five dollars, for the best colt got by his stallion, "Morgan." This is a most generous proposition and will, no doul't, have the aTect of (Inducing many entries by those who hay i patron. i?cd this well known and popu ar horse, Personal. We had the pleasure of meet. ing in town this week Col. Wm. L. Saun ders, one of the able editors of that old and popular paper, the Wilmington Journal. Mr. B. M. Fuiman, of the Asheville Citi zen, is also on a visit to our 'burg. His pleasant phiz illuminated our office yester day. His progress was duly reported from his mountain home to this village on tbe Tar. Memorial Celebration. The President of the Memorial Associa linn va,,,wfa oil url-irt foal tntKwtAil in tViA .u . commemoration of the tenth ot May to assemble with flowers, at tha different places of burial, upon the ringing of the vuun QUUW ucii ui. O U ClOUfl, Jt. u., pub- . u . rr 1. I m o.,t urday, May 10th. Enquirer please copy. Tbe Charlotte Observer has been shown a curiosity in the hapj of a twin egg, two well developed eggs being joined together at th ends, forming a sight never before seen or heard of. Two ItoBK PenutentiaY Bibds Ossian Somtirvilln and Havwood Todd, both colore d - Wtire nyictedjt pre8ent term of forgery and sent to the State Prison for two year. More bsrp to break rocto. Stf'fl,1.1; ..VVJfwl-.. '! Jr J,gge!gg!ia!!!B JLvvbbmh vs. AwEBso!iJhis long standing Divorce Bait btve Hfieajah Anderson and bl wifk tame off on' Wed nesday last. It was rull of nany disgusting details and rcflecU'no Credit oa either party. Much acrimony was aaaiiifested on both sides, and c'jriosity rew a large crowd during the. trial, wfcich was carried late into the. night. The plaintiff vas represented by Messrs. Johnston, Philips and Martini The de fendant, by Messrs. Howard and Bridgers. After ay .e-xhiustive charge from his Honor involving all the Law relative, the case was given to the Jury, who in a few ninnrtes r,etuiue with the following ver lict .: 1st. That the Plaintiff is not entitted to a Divorce from the bands of Matrimony. 2nd. hat the Defendant is not entitled to a Q'.vorce from bed and board and. ali mopy. - Judgment ag&inst Plaintiff for costs.' And so the two parties are "js so." Sikgixo Concbbt. "H. C. Cherry, In structor of the Colored Benevolent Sing- ins School, announces that to-night he will give a free concert at Teel's Hall and invites every body to attend, both wbi'c and black The music will be rendered by about a dozen of the best singers of the School, and, judging from former performances, we feel confident, it will be enjoyed, by all who attend. Tbongh colored, they make' excellent m u.c. SuxdaY Eeadinu Room. We hope it will not be forgotten tht the SoCtherxkr Reading Room ia regularly thrown open every bund ay. This is dv&c for the benefit of those whose but n-st engagements prevent them from making nse of it during the week, and affords such a class a pleasant and profitable resort for a few hours better, at any rate, than loafing on the streets. Jcbors for Secosd Week. The fol lowing regular jurors '-were swoin for tbe second week of the term, on Monday last : R. S.-Bugg, Leiinder Dancy (col.).Hy- ram Webb, Wm. M. Mltfhell (col.), Lit tleton Pender, J.iinos M. Howell, Chajles Bullock (col.), Thos. W. Howard, Josiab Edniundson, Granville Cherry (col.), Benj. Hiues (col.), Henry Winboro, L. B. Brad ley, L. ty. A'sbi ook 15. Death of ax Aokd Lady. On Sunday night last Mrs. Nancy Williams breathed her last at the advanced age of 85 years. She was probably one of the 4jUi-k per- ans in tlie county, uav:pg scarcely ever f-ad a days vicknt Ss up to the time sho was last attacked. Bishop Atkinson's Appoint- merits. Mnrfree8borougb " 9th Wqodville, Bertie County . . " 11th Windsor 13th Tarboro 16th Collections in aid of Diocesan Missions will be made in the churches visited. CUCUMBER PUMPS, I have a few more of the Celebrated Cucumber Pumps suitable for deep wells wh'ch I will sell cheap. All in want of such, will p'ease leave or send their orders at once. E. T. Poor. X roy8-tf. Battleboro, X. C. Tub Bahkbb's Cioab. 1 am a great smo ker, I can bent the President, aud there is no cipar equal to the Banker's, manufact ured by Yf.A. Mehegan, Norfolk, Va. S. The popular place to buy Watches. Clocks and Jewelry is at Bell's. He dials fairly, treats bis customers courteously and maks it a point to render satisfaction to al. DIED, In this County, on the 22d of April, Ltdia Ann., daughter of Wm. McIIenry and Margaret Elizabeth Weathersbee, aged 3 yers, 3 months and 3 days. DlEBICft. Cn the 16th nit, at the residence or the bride's father, iu this conuty, by Be". i'entlfcU Pitt. Dr. C. L. Killkbrkw to Miss C. A. Dupkkb, all of Edgecombe. At St. Matthew' Church, Hillsboro, by the Eev. C. J. Curtis, on the evening oi April 29th, M. A. tjbtis, Esq., of Wil mington, to Miss MabT K. Nash, of Hills boro. No c irds. OBITUARY. Of Meningitis, at the residence of his father, in Beaufort county, Mr. Chablks H. Lewis, son of Jas. G. Lewis, aged 21 years, 1 month and 20 days. The subject of this notice wt; a young man of more than ordinary character, nat urally possessed of a good disposition, he gainel many friends which was testified by the large number of persons who were preseut to witness his burial. He leaves a father, mother, three brothers and four sisters to mourn their irreparable loss; may tbey weep not as those that have no hope, but be consoled by the blessed truth which says "Bl.-ssed are the dead that died in the Lord." Parents do not weep, ' Your Charles lives again.. In Jesus' arms he fell asleep, Will wake and find no pain. A Friend. SPECIAL NOTICES. Sim mors' Liver Regulator has no equal as a preventive pr cure. During our interview, the American Consul, at Bankok presented the Jiing an elegant assortmept'of his medicines from Dr. J. C. Ayer, ot Lowell, Mass., for the use of the Court. He explained to his majesty their origin from the great chem ist and their uses. The Cherry Pectoral for Coughs the Sarsaparilla for eruptivt diseases sod tbe Ague Cure for tbe fevers that are so fatal in this hot country. The dangerous condition of a favorite wife ia the palace with one of the disorders these I . . . . . . ... : m lne9e prpaiCl8 or meqicai sain; indeed, I these medical marvels interested him more in our country than ail the other attentions We had shown hun.-Letters - The Grand Secret or Beauty. Is health. Tbe secret of health is the power to eat, digest and assimilate a prop er quantity of wholesome food. This can never be the case wniie impurities exist in the system. Every organ must perform its functions, naturally, or the whole or- eanism is deianged. The Blood must be punned; 11 is ine vnai principle, ramiiyipg tiirougn every p-rt 01 tne utHiy, ana wuen i- becomes impure, its effects are shown on the weaker : mus. Dr. futt 8 Sarsaparilla and (Ju en Delight expels all linpuntifti aci v.u'i -eUue wuoia systerj;. Vegetable Cajomel. The substances composing Dr. Tutt's fJver Pills are derived .froni the Vegetable Kingdom, and are particularly designed to act with .gentleness aod thoroughness upon the stomach, howala.iirer and gen eral circulation. They produce one or tw easy passage a a day, without any purging or griping. They ..contain so drastic el uient. For InSamaUry aal Cbrnic Rbeimatisp, Gout, dyspepsia, billions, remitttent and intermittent levers, diseases of the blood, liver, kidneys and 'bladder. Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight has been most snceHtnl. These diseases are the result of vitiat d blood. As a blood ou ri fle r this n-ent ation has no equal. It is pnrely ve 'i blje, PHOTO Give a call on Measrs. Siiijshmaniaia & Co. ia their new gallery on Pitt street, and have your photographs taken in 'the latest style, or two beautiful OEM PICTURES for only fifty cents, before their limited stay terminates on or about the first of June next. CHARLE8 POPE, A MINOR, HAV in; left my bed and boavd without my . consent, all pers. ns are forewarned not to harbor, conceal, or employ him as I shall cuforce the law in such cases. HARRY POPE, n,y 1-2 His Father. Rocky. Mt. Jfaioopy. NOTICE, All persons, sre forewarned against hiring or. harboring Whit Battje, a colored boy, about 18 years old', uuder penalty of tbe law, as' have a written contract from his patents for tbe preseut year. H. E. ODOM, mar.27-2t- Battleboro, 1. C. f : . ,n J. A. WILLIAMSON, (JEEIML GROCER AND Dealer in Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Tin and Wooden Ware MAIN ST., TARBORO, N. C, N. B. Mr. La Fayette Morfce will take pleasure in accommodating customers. Bevyare of Counterfeits ! JOB MOSES' roOrMn r extenivly cocTSFiiTaD. Dithqnctt Drue gia endtavor to ixll the eoumitrfyift tomalcs rrtatef prqflts. Tlu genuine have the name of Job SI onef oneach package. Ail othttt art wtihUtt imitation. Tb GEKCisa Pit are unfailing in tba cure of all thove painful and danserons diseases to which the female constitution ia ra'jject. ThT moderate all xcMsea an romove 4 iUtractioua, from what ever cuuie. TO MASSTRD t ABTEg tynf are particnlaiiy ui:el, liivj in a. nort tiniA hrinv ad tha i-ior.tlilv Deriod with ivularitv: aud although veiv powerful, coptia tint-uln? hurt ful to the cotiKtiturfjn. In alt cap of Nervous and Spinai Atfectione, Paina in the llick nnl Limba, KaLtiKiia on sliifht exertion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterica and Whites, they will iret aciu-e when ail other means hwe fiiiioJ. The circulars around aca packaee iv full direcfion and advice, or will b sent free to ail writing far tlieu), sealsl from observation. fj, B. In all c"ae vtiere fhfl canss cannot be btaint. One Dollar eiiciowfl to' the Solo Proprie- i"r, JOB HOSES. 11 Cortlandt St., Now York, will nsura a bottle of tho genuine eontainins: Jifty illa, by return malL tefureiff eeaUd from any knowledfre of its eontent. PEL3EF IN TEN MINUTES. odvivb ipTTT.ninWTr Wlircits iTnre Cocous. Colds, Asthma, Bbosohitis, 8or ff .OAT, IloARKBSlSS, BlVFICCtT KATHIKO, IM- iiriiKT fJo8eMPTios Ao Lco Disbasrs. They fcava no tvto of medicine, and any child will take them. Thousands havr bren restored to health that had before desmired. Tstiriiouv (riven in hundreoa SSlik S BBYAS-8 PCLMONIO WAFERS. Prise S3 cents per bex. JOB M03i3. Proprie tor, u Cnrtlnmit Street, HaW Yor, THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY, DELAtf AHRE 8 8PKCTFTC PILLS. Pr. pared by J. OAHANC1ERJB, No IU Rne Tyimbard, Paris These pills are hlciily recommended by the entire Medical Faculty of France as the very best rcnipdy in all cases of Spermatorrhea, oi Seminal Weak na : Nightly, Daily or Premature iniaaions Sex ual We-ikness or Irnpottnff ; Weakness ansingfrona Secret Hnl-IUand Sexual Excosvea ; jtsaoipt.tha Genital Organs; Woak Spice : Deposits in the Urine, and all tlieehaatly trin of iea.e arums; froai Overuse or Excesses. Thevcurswbenllotherrera adiea fail. Pamphlet of Advice in eah box, or wiU be sent F-e to any address. Price 81 pot Box. Eor.tbvma.l.eeire.,if''eiremaHolKrra.yon.on "'rHt of n-e.e. 0?C O. MOSKS. 1 CosTt-ASJ-8t.. New Yobs:. Soio Ckceral Agent lor A'mnca j. E. SIMMONS, CABINETMAKER AND UNDERTAKER. Has always on b,aud for sap, cheap tor cash,. Wardrobes, Bureaus, Washstands, Bedsteads, Matrasses, Writing Desks,, Tables, Chairs. &g- Undertaker's Department Always on hand at the Lowest Cash Prices Mahogany, Walnnt, Poplar & Pine AQSAT FOB . Fisk's Metallic Coffins furnishea at shortest notice J. E. SIMMONS, Tarboro. Jan. 9-3m. REMOVED. Having' cpmploted our 3TOT7r and moved into them, we can now offer for ale a larger stock, and a greater variety of w ana no 'W JiUttU iH, iigut and strong, than we have ever before been able to keep 04 band, PUB Repository or fShoiv Room being large enough to hold thirty finished CAREIAGES enables us to display cur work to the better satisfaction or our customers. We are getting up an ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and PKIOE LKf showing nine different styles of carriages, with description ana price 01 eacli, so tuat any person can oraer wiuiuat seeing ine carnage. Special Attention paid to Repairing. Our new place of business is lust half-wav -oeiweeu uie oiu snop ana Main street. . t - 1 . 1 . . - . . - Don t torset tbe place. iSond for our Illustrated Catalogue and jrciov AjWi. - sta HUSSEY BRQ5- n TAflilOBO. S T I E P F'S CO CO CPTFARDS OP 50 1st PREMIUMS AND G0L0 AND SILVER MEDALS Were Awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFF for the best PIANOS, in competition with the leading Manufacturers in tbiseountry. OPFICE AN'D WAREROOMS : No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md. The superiority of the Unrivalled Stieff Pianoforte, is conceeded by all who have compared it with others. In their New Grand Square Scale. 7 Octaves, the manu facturer has succeeded in making the m"st - ii - . ... a penevi rtauoiorie possiote. rrices will be lound as reasonable as consistent with thorough workmanship. a. targe assortment of second Hand Pianos always on hand, from $75 to $300. We are agents for the celebrated Bnrd.-ft Cabinet, Parlor and Church Organs, ail styles and prices, to suit every one, guaran teed to be fully equal to any made. Send tor Illustrated Catalogs, contain, ing names of over 1500 Soutborners.(500 0I nru.iTuic v irgimvins, ZuU North Oarolir; fans, 150 E. TenneRnennR. and nthpru throughont the South.) who have bought the Stiri'1i... ..! Xi i , ,l .... wuu Hince ine viuse oi ine war; C. C. LANIER, Agent, TABBOEO, N. C. April 18. iy. DBUGS AT Dr. L. L. Stat ill's DRUG STORE. You will find, just arrived, a general as sortment of Dregs, CJiemipals. Patent Medicines, &c. Paints, Ops, "Window Glass, Patty & Dye Stuffs. Also the largest and best selected assort ment of PERFUMERY AND EXTRACTS. Hair, Nail & Tooth Brushes & Combs ' ever brought to Tarboro. Liberal Inducements Offered to Practicing Physicians. Hiar.20-tf. John W, AVhite, CABINET MAKER, AND PITT STREET, Near OJcnbeimer's Livery Stables. TARBORO, N. C All s rop rQindcrnhilinemptly filled, jy 9-t Hardware! INCLUDING Locks, Butts, Hinges, Nails Blind .Fastnings, Sasl; Locks, &c, &c. SOLD BT Plumincr, Lewis & Co. at Baltimore and New York Prices. Parties contemp latins: buildina: will find it a. to their interest to buy their Hardware from us We will duplicate prices of any Northern House. spril JO lm Spring Goods. Pender & Jenkins are receiving their Spring and Summer Stock of Ladies Dregs Goods, in gr:aC variety and quantity. Mens' Wear, Misses and Childrens ALSO Boots and Shoes, For Ladies, Misses, Men and Boys in gret variety. Our motto strictly adhered to, viz.: "The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices." aOU tu' e invited to call and examine. .pril 17-2m. ADVERTISE IS TBI TAltnowo, Just opened in Tarborp b.y Dr. A H. MACNAIR.Agt. MAJN STREET. Wherp will be found the purest Drugs and Chemicals I haye engaged the services of Mk. Jjjo. E. Tatlob, of Richmond, Va. A thorough Dinggist and Pharmaceutist, who havine had a practical experience of seventeen years in the business, I can cheerfully re commend him to mv patrons and costo mers a" a careful, safe, gentlemanly drug gist and salesman This Drug Store is in the old b'Miding lately occupied by Mr. J. M- Redmond, but the whole has been thoroughly chang ed, renovated and renewed, and mv estab isliment now win be found one of the MQST COMPLETE in the State. In compounding of PRESCRIPTIONS the ntmost care will be exercised, and none lint tho PUREST MEDIflMSS USED, My former friends and patrons are respect tully requested to csil and examiim my New Stock and Establishment.. A. If. JI ACXAIH, M. 1. June 13-tf. OUR HOUSE. : o : pOME TO OUR HOUSE IF YOU want a superior article. The very best, brands of liquors always oh hand. Iucludinsr vyniiSAJiii, BRANDY. WINES, GINS, RUMS. A Good (Low Priced) Whisker always on hand. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. POTTED TURKEY AND HAM FOR LUiMHEOXS. 13 o 1: r p & jones' SODA WATER. UoUeA Ale ScPovicv. LAGrER BEER Of a Superior Quality on Draught : o : r Thankiajr my customers for past pat ronage 1 will guarantee that 1 will always have the above articles of the very best Quality at "OUR HOUSE." J. L. COKER. Sept. 1 6m. TARBORO T I I Endless Lever OI(, CHA1VLPION HOUSE MOVER! Patented Jan. 14th, 1873. 50 PER CENT. SAVED Bf ITS USE BTTILDIXGS OP ALL KINDS, GIN Houses, Quarter Houses. Cotton Screws. Barns, Ac., moved and van-anted to be done withqut damage. All orders from ihe counties of Nash, Hal ifax and Edgecombe, should be addressed to BASSETT BEAMY, Mar 20-tf. Tarboro, N. C. ADVERTISE IN THE PAPEJR TVITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE SOUTHERNER HAS THIS CIRCULATION. SEE QUR TERMS OP SUBSCR3TION AnycgtTlSEMj. hps, Store To-Let. The Store tormerlypccnoie i rjy ns can be rented ou reaaouaole term f)i the r-at o'thii Fear; APPLX TO EWhitlockACo, CORXEB OP Mam & Piu Sts. Iron Front istore. TAEr.OEp Clothing Clothing Clothing Clothing Clothing Ready-made. Made to Order, of Good Quality of h ty. I to Fit Everybody, AT ff WHiTLOCK & C0:& Wvess Gooils, CALICOES,. La-ns, Percales, Marsailles, Nain-. sooks, Cambricka, White Goods of all kinds, Bleached and Unbleached Sljirtings and Sheetiiigs, Sco., &o. AT H. WHITLOCK df CO.'S; I. 00TS) Shoes Buskins,, Slippers, Misses' and Chil dreii's Sboes in all quaJi-. ties and sizes. AT' p. wjijtlock & co:s: at for Men, liojs and 3 (Ihildrpn in RIIL- wun y Cassiuiere, Plush , Fur, Wool, Straw,, Panama and Chip, the Latest Style, Call, and; see them AT, H, WHITLOCK & CO.'S: DRAWERS, Sopks, tlandjcerehiefs, Collars, Neck., t'es, &c. CLOTHING CUT, Made to Order, and WARRANTED TO ill AT. H. WHITLOCK & CO. 'S; 1873 SPRING, 1873; New Firm. New Store. ew Goodsi. M.WeddelR Co, Has opened their new store Third door fror the Court House,, With an entire IX ew Slock of GOODS. Buyers are respectfully invited to an exr. animation. Tho stock embraces everyth.ii usually found in a first-class establishment and will be sold at a sma'd advance. Call and examine before purchasinr, it will, save you money. KWeddell Ada, ai2J.-lm Meroliants and General Agents of the Stonewall Fertilize FOB. NORTH COLINA.. Consignmepts and rders solicited, REFERENCES : First National Bank of Norfolk, Citizens' Bank of Norfolk. ep2-3jn, 50 doz. Ames1 Shovels, Just arrived at the Hardware Stor- of PLEJIMEIt, LEWIS & CO. Retail Price - - - & C5 Administrator's Notice, THE UNDERSIGNED IIAVINQ duly qualified as Administrator tie Itamt non, with tbe will annexed, of henry . L'o.xi, dfcoased. All 1 ersons are berth.- i.oi.ged to pre eut their chums to me, dm. i.Lti, iiiu ti ed, on or before the 1st ay, 1874. al0-t V. M. LABLl.CE, i ul . A 'a,,