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The Tarboro' Southerner. Lay S. 1S73. An Old Man's Song of May. BY B. H. STODDAED, Can it be that Spring it coming? So the calendar dotn say ; March has bluatirccl off, I know, And wild April soon n.ust &o ; Ihen oh, then it will bo Hay ! Tvas a merry ironih to me Long ago, when I was young, I have dreams of ch.ldixh hours, In 1hi meadows picking flowers, And tho songs the robins sung, Doou the robin still remain? One, I mean that 1 ves and grieves ? And supposing that I could Join the children of the wood Would it cover rue wiih leaTes ? Flowers. I see, can still be bought, And who will niav buy, or not ; I want more than these poor flowers I demand the dews, tho showers. Wind, and trees, and summer sky! Why not say, on poor old man, 1'ou demand what is more ? Were it May, twice over May, Ton would stiU be Bad to-day. For you axe not as before. May is only for the young ; Chill December suits you tho best, Fallen leaves, not flowers, for you You have nothing to do ; Make your bed and tako your rest 1 SPUNGIANA. Little girls believe in a man in the moon young ladies a man in the honeymoon. "You can't do too muo'a for your employer," said a man to a hard shouldered laborer. '"I don't mean to," was the prompt but rather un satisfactory answer. Two females of Vicksburg, Miss., fought a duel with knives a few days ao. 3Iiss Rosa Dent killed Miss Violet Carter. If all about a man, bang him and let the woman go. "Who dat hit me ?" ''Where's dat lantern ?" Avere the exclamations of an astonished Elmira darkey, after being thrown something like a hun dred feet by a locomotive. Epitaph in a country churchyard. "To the Memorv of A B Bnrn 15th -Sept 1832 Accidentally Shot 4tli Aprils 144 as a mrik ot affection by his Brother" Servant girls are a much abused class. An up town lady, who went out two successive afternoons w th out giving her ''help" notice was "very properly and promptly dis charged. An Ohio bridegroom recently brought his marriage ceremony to an p.brupt conclusion by accidentally swal'owing the wedding-ring, which he had kept in his mouth in order to have it handy. "If poor George had not blowed into the muzzle of his gun," sighed a rural widow.at the funeral of her late husband, last Saturday, '"he might have got a plenty of squirrels. It was such a good day for them." An enamored Philalelphian has been convicted of petty larceny for abstracting his adored one's carte de visite from her photograph album, the judge deciding that t steal a ' carte" was as bad as to steal a horse. A woman, who went into a pho tographic establishment, the other day, to have a picture of her baby taken, gave the child a preliminary spanking, in order, as she said, '-to bring a healthy bloom into its cheeks, so that it would make a pretty picture." A peaceful disposition is not abso lute protection against the turmoils of life. What's more peaceful than n clam ? And yet, ten to no, it ends its life in a broil. And then, how peaceful an oyster is. And how frequently it gets mixed up into a stew. Lord Shaftesbury on one occa sion was examining a "girls' school, and just as he was ab ut to take leave, he addressed a girl somewhat older than the rest, and among other things inquired : '"Who made your vile body?" "Please, my lord,"said tho girl, "Betsey Jones made my body, but I made the skirt myself." The reputation of members of the Legislature for sobriety seem to be rather bad in Kentucky. Two of them were rather noisily drunk on a railroad train the other dav. and when the conductor remonstrated one of them very pompously asked : "Do you know, sir, that I am a member of the Legislature ?" The conductor quietly replied, "You've got the symptoms." A Dinner Excuse. Apologie3 for poor dinners are gen erally out of place. But when a lady has aforgetlul husband, who without warning:, brings home a dozen guests to git down to a pliin family dinner for three or four, it is not in human nature to keep absolute eilenoe. What to say, and how to ay it, form the proble-n. Mrs. Tucker the wife of Judge Tucker of Williamsburg, solved the problem many years aoo. She was the dau.'h'er or nieci (T am uncer taio wh'eh)of Sir Peiton Skipwith, and celebrated for her beauty, wit, (-ace and gnce of manner. Her temper nnd tact were put to the proof one court day, when the Judo brought with him the accustomed ha!f-core or more ofliwyerR. fir whom not the the slightest prepiration had been made, the judge having quite for gotten to remind his wifo that it was court-day, and she herself, to i ell, hav ing over-looked t!;e fact. The di nner was served with elegance, and Mrs. T. mad? herself very charm, inj. Upon rising to leave the guests to their wine sho said: "Gentlemen, you have dined to-dav with Judge Tucker, promite me now that you will all dine to-morrow with me." This- was oil her apology whereupn tho gentleman swore that such a wife was beyond price. The judge then ex plained the situation, nnd the uext day there was a ncble banquet. Moral : Never worry a guest wit i cpnlogies. From Ocr monthly gos sip, in the Apr il number of Lppincott' AD VEKTIMI ILTS. Workinar Class Ya?i2 .ftesptctabe employment at hume, dav or evening; no capital required; fuUinttr.ie ions and valuable package of goods sent free by mall. AunresH, wiin six cent niuru biiu(, M. Young A Co., 173 Greenwich St. N Y A Great Offer. We will pay all spent forty dollars per treek in cash, who xel'l encase mn ns at once Everything furnished anil expenses paid. Ad dress, A. Coulter A On., Charlotte, n.ich. T-YrTTmrAyrY. or soul charm- I ING." How either sex niav f s s inate and gain the love and affections of any person they choose instantly. This simple mental acquirement all can possess, fr"e, bv mail, for 2")c, 'osretlu i with a marriage puide, Fs?y tian Oracle. Dreams. Hints to Ladi s. Wed dine Nierht Shirts, etc. A oneer book. Ad dress T. WILLIAM CO., Pub's., Thila., Pa S Agent "Wanted for AINTS .VINNERS KJ OF THE KJ BIBLE. Address ZEIGLliK it McilLn, i'miii., l'a. SOWING- MACHINE Is the BEST in the WORLD Agents wanted. Send for circular. Address: "DOMESTIC S WING MACHINE Co., N Y. NOTICE REDUCTION OF PRICE OF BOAR? ST. CLAIR HOTEL, Monument Square, Baltimore, M-l. On ami after March 1st, 1873. bowl at tl is lintel to nierehiiits. will be o'l r day. 'the or.lv hotel in llultimi re with improved elev.itoi. Suns of rooms ith baths and all oiuer con veniences. HA11UY. H FUGLE. 3Wuaier. neglect a couh. rotliing is more certain to lay ibe foundation for future evil consequences Wells' Carbolic Tablets r.re a sure euro fir all (Vscas of the Respira torr Organs, Kore Throats, Colds, CfoopPip- theri.i, -!hnia, Catarrh, Hoarseness. Diyne;-s i f the Throat, Windpijw, or lirochial Tubes, and all Li-teacs of the Lm-jr. In all cas s of snduo cuhl, however taken, these 1 ablets should be promptly and freely used. Tlvcy euuaii.e the circulation of ti e bloo i, mitgate the severity of the a'tack, and will, in a very short time, restore hen J thy ac to the sheeted ortfan.-. Well's Carbolic Tablets are put up oniv in blue boxes. Take no subs itutes. f ihev can't be fi und at your erusKisfs.send at once to the Agent JVev Y' rk, w ho will forward them by return mail. Don't be deceived by imitations. Sold bv druggists, rrk-e 25 i-ents a hox. JOHN Q. KELLOGG. IS Piatt st., New Yoik, Sond for cir n'ar. Agent for United states. 12,000,000 ACHES. CHEAP F ARMS- The cheapest Land in market for sale by tht riiioii Pacific Railroad Company, In the Great P.atto Yallcv. 3.00f0o0 Acres in Central Nebraska Now for sale iu tracts of forty acres aril up wards on . ive and Ten Years' credit at 6 per cent. No advance interest required. Miid and HesrTthlnl climate, Fertile oil, an abundance of Good Water. The Best Market in the West. The jrreat Miaiiig lei iim of Wyorffiiip, Colorado, I'tah and Nevada, b.-inp; supplied by the farmers in the I'latte Yadey. Soldi l? entitled to a Homestead of 1G0 Acres. The best location for colonies. Free Homes for all! Millions of Acr s of choice liovi riiment Land open for ecti v under the Homestead Law, near this Great llaiiroaii, with soml markets a id all tho cov-Veni'-i.ces of an old settled coii--trv. Lit;.- passes to purchasers of ItaiVind Land. Sectional Maps, showing the land, a'so new edition oi I:es riprive I'au thlet, with New Mans mai'td Ir--e everywhere.. Ad ress, O. F. DAVs, Land Cinmissioner U. I'. R. R. Omaha, .Neb. NUMEROUS TESTS HAVE THOVED N, F. BURHAM'S New Turbine WATER. WHEL To be the liest ever Invented "ami hlet Free. Address, Y'OIiK, Ta. The btartun ..criy all medi cinal agents has ever been that lu the.r pro cess oi pnration and purification they have also debilitated the system! To obviate this difticulty physicians have lonz sought for an agent that would PrilGE, PCRIFY & STREXGTHEX At one and the samo time. Thur lesearch has at last been rewarded by a discovery which fully realizes tl e fondest desires of the medical' faculty, and which ia justly regarded as the most important triumph that Pharmacy has ever achieved. This im portant desideratum is Dr. Tutt's Vegetable Liver Pill. Which purify the blood and remove all cor rupt humors and unhealthy accumulations from the body, and yet produces no weakness or lassitude whatever, but on the cot.trary tones the stomach and invigorates tho body during the progress of their operation. TheV unite the heretofore irreconcilable qualities of a Stiengthemug Purgative and a Purifying Ton c. Dr Tutt's Pill are the most active ard search ing medicine in existence. Thevator ce at tack the very root of diseases, and their action is so prompt that in an hour or two after they are taken the patient is aware of their good effects. They may bi taken a, any time with out restraint of diet or occupation; thev pro duce neither naus'-a, griping or debility, and as a family medicine thev have no rival. Price 25 cents a Mx. Sold bv all Druggists. Principal office, 18 aud 20 Piatt St., N York. I the most powerful cleanser, strength ener and remover of glandular Obstructions known to Materia Medica. It is specially adapted to constitutions 'worn down" and debuitated by the warm weather of Spring and Summer, when the blood is not in active circulation, consequent ly ga'hering impurities from slngtishnt as and imperfective action of the secretive organs, and is manifested by Tnmors, Eruptions, Blotches Boils, Pustules, Ker of la, eto. When weary and languid from overwork, and dullness, drowziness and inertia take the place of energy and vigor, the svstem needs a tonic to build it up and help the vital forces to regiin their representative power. In the heat oi Summer, frequ nt'y the liver and splein do not property perform their functions ; the t'teriue and Urinary Oigr.ns are inactive, producing weakness ot the stom ach and intestines, at.d a predisposition to billicus derangement. Dr. WELLS' EXTR AC T of J URUBE B A is prepared directly from the South American Plant, and is peculiarly suited to all these difficulties ; t will cleanse the vitiated blood, strengthen the life-giving powers, and ren ove all obstructions from impaired and enfeebled organs. It should be freely taken, as Jurnbeba is pronounced by medical writers the most effi cient purifier.' tonio and deobstruent known in tn whole range of medical plants. AD VERTISEMEJSTS. Affcnts! A Rare Chance! Wo will pay all Agents thirty dollars per week in oaafl, who wi.i cubage with ns at once Everything turnished and expe ses paid. Maufacturing Co., Battto Creek, Mich, , $50,000 for $2! ! ! GRAND GIFT CONCERT Ofth MERCANTILE LIBRARY AS SOCIATION of the City of Leav enworth. Kan. In accordance with an act of the Legisla ture and their articles of incorp' .ration, the lit ard of Directors annonnct their fifst Grand G;ft ' onccrt- and Distribution by lot. among the ticket-holders of .$323,555 IN CASH. at L I v(i'S HALL, Leavenworth, on th 23th dav of June, 1873, for the benefit of the I.ibrarr. 51.933 Cash Gilts, amounting to $332,555. This enterprise is endorsed by the Gover, or, Secretavy of State, Auditor ot state. Superintendent of J'ublic Instruction. Treasurer of the State, Mayor and Common Council of Leavenworth, and all leaning ousi ness men of the State, and the certainty of the dissribntion and i aymeut of gifts, as ad vertised, isgua anteed. TITKETS H EACH. 3fer$e. 6 for $10. Mimorandnm of Cash Gifts to be distri buted Jnne 5, 1573. 1 Grand cash gift ...S5o,ooo 1 Grand cash gift 4 , oo 1 randcash srift 35,ooo 1 Grand csh gift. . . . - - - 3o,.oo 1 Grand cash gift , 25,. oo 1 Grand cash gi t - 2o,ooo 1 Grand cash gift 10,000 1 Grand cosh gift lo,ooo t Grand cash gift 8,ooo 1 Grand cash gift. . o.ooo 1 Grand cash gift Voo 1 Grand cash gift 2,5oo For baiance of prizes senu lor circular. Tbi concert is under the supervision and direction of tho following Beard of Directors: r. ft nutlet. Merchanf: W O Gi'd, City Fncfinecr; 11 L Newman, Emil er. P G Low-. Capitalist; H D Utun, Lumber, C R llr.3lnftd. Merchant; 11 w U'lieu, Merchant: J L Welier. M. D : G F Pres- cott. Commereial; J W English,. Lawyer; James D Kitheii. Furmef; C Moller, Cash'r Uer. t-aviugs Bnilt; E T Curr, Architect. Officers: E H Durfee, President; II L Xewiua;i, Vu e-Piei lent; Geo. F. Prescott, Secre tary, Cail M' Uer, Treasurer. The well known character ol'ihe Direct or of the Jlerchan's Lihrjry Association ind l he endorsement i-resented, in a. sufli cient guarantee to si! absent ticket-holders that tneir interests will be fully gaard ed and prot -cted. All cnirrsp ndence strictly confidential, and any person drawing a prize it need not be known unles they so ueire. T'cUe s drawing pi izes will be cashcil This is the grandest, safest and best en terprise ever presented to the public Official lists of w inning numbers will be -ent to purchasers of tickets immediate ly alter the distribution. For information and tickets address, BAMAEKGE& CO., Gen. Agents. '. 5 LIBKUT V STBEET, NEW YORK. Tickets sent CO. D. at our espen-e. Agents wanted. Liberal Commissions paid. CIianiDeriain & Kawls, TARBORO, N. C, Practical Watchmakers AND Jewelers, DEALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, Sterling Silver aud Plated War, WEDDING RINGS &c. Jan. 18-tf. SINGLE GUNS, At $2 of, $1 50. So, $C, $8, $!9 $12, to '20. DOUBLE GUNS. At $G, $7 50, Sl, $12. lo, $20 2-3, $:10. $40. 650, $73. BREECH LOADING DOUBLE GUXS, At $40, 815, $50, $G(. S75, 890. $11(, $I2u, to 6301). PISTOLS. Smi'h & Wesson's, Colt's, Aliens Sharp's, Whitney and other kinds, At .Manufacturers' i rices. AMMUNITION AND IMPLEMENTS For Lreerh-loading Gnus, at a small ad vance on Cost of Importation. MET ALIO AMMUNITION for Hides & PistoU at lowest market prices. A complete assor'naeni. of all Sp-Tting Goods; Price and description sent ou appli cation. Goods shipped by Express C. O T. PODLTNEY, TRIMBLE, & CO., importers, 2 CM) w. Baltimore M , Baltimore. A LECTVKE To Young Men. Just published, in a Sealed Envelope Price six cents. A I.eotnre on the Nature, Treatment and Radiwil cure o! Sperruatori hoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involnutary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impediments to marriage generally; Nervousness, Consumption, Ep ilepsy and Fits; Mental aud Physical Inca pacity, resultins from Self-Abuse, etc. By ROBERT J. CT7LYERWELL, M. D., Au thor of the -Green Book, &c. The wor'd-renowned author, in this ad. mirabie Lecture, clearly proves from his own experienoe 'hat the awful consequen ces of Self-Abnse may be effeotually remov ed witho' t medicines, and without danger ous surgical operations, bougies, instru ments, rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every s-.fferer, no matter what his condition may be. may cure himself cheap ly, privately and radically. This lecture will prove a boon to thousands aud thous. ands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two po-t stamps. -41so, Dr. Culverwe-ll's 'Marriage Guide', price 50 cents. Address the publishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO., 127 Bowery New York, P. O. Box. 4586. jy.!6-ly. THE BROWN (Cotton Rin. PLANTERS should exami ue the above, named old and reliable Giu before buying any other. It combines the re, quired qualities of Simplicity, Strength and durability. It gins fast and clean, makes excellent lint (often brinsrina l-4c. to 1 2c. per lb. above market), and is uni versally admitted to be the lightest run. ning gin made. We have had thiity years' experienoe in the business, and warrant every a'm perfeot. Gins constant ly in the hands of our agents, to which ie invite inspection. Circulars, with testimonials and full ar. ticulars, may be had bv addressing ISRAEL F. BROWN. Preaidnt, Brown Cotton Gin Co., ew ondoa, Conn. AIMEKTISEJHEflfTS Ayer's Ague Ourei JPor Tt rer and Ague, Intermittent Feref, ChiK Tarer, Bemittent fever, Dumb Acne, Periodloal or Bilious Ferer, o., and Indeed all the affections whioh anse from malarioast marsh, or rnlaematto poiaons. - r Ko one remedy ie louder called for by the necessities or the American people thaa a sure and aafb core for, Fever and Ague. Such we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the dineaee. and with assur (Usee, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quantity , a, That which protects from or prevents this die order must be of immense service in the com munities where it prevails. frevenitOH in better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run hi violent attacks of this baleful dis temper. This "Cukb" expels the miasmatic poison of FbVEH aud Aodk from the system; and prevents the development of the disease, if taken on the first approach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy evef yet discovered for this class of complaints, but .also the cheapest. The large quantity We sup' ply for a dollar brings it within the reach of everybody: and in bilious districts Where Fever awsj AqPe prevails, everybody should have it, and use it freely, both for cure and pro tection. It is hoped this price Will place it withm the reach of all "the poor as well as the rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intermittents is, that it contains no Qui nine or mineral ; consequently it produces no 2uinism or other injurious effects whatever upon ie constitution. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of dis orders arise frem its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, t. i : i r- u I. . -c.Hnt.n r.i.wh. A -th. .D11HUU170B, AWMimjiiu, utuaujof vaw i"l - " ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, termittent type, or -become periodical. This "t-UHE" expeis me poison iron me oiooa, ana consequently cures them all alike. It is an hv valuable protection to Immigrants Bn persona travelling or temporarily residing t. the mala rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be ex creted from the system, and cannot accumulate in suntoient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection than enre: and few will ever suffer from Inter mittents if they avail themselves of the proteo tion this remedy affords. For hirer Complaint, arising from torpid ity of the Liver, if is an excellent remedy, stim ulating the Liver Into healthy activity, and pro ducing many truly remarkable cares where other medicines fad. Dr. J. C. ATER & CO., Lowell, Mast. rractieml m-nd Analytical CKrmitU, ASD BOLD ALL ROUND TEX WORLD, . JPKJCJF, 91.00 PER BOTIZE, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lunga, such aa Coughs, Golds, Whooping. Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, aad CoBaomptioa. Amons; the great discoveries of nod em science, few are of more real raise to mankind than this effectual remeUv for all diseases ot the Throat and Lans-v. A vast trial of H virtues, thronghoBt this and other conn tries, has shown that it dues snrelT aud effectually control them. The tesrfcaoay of our best citizens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that Cwxrxt Pectoral will and does relieve and cure the afflicting disorder of the Throat and Longs beyond any other medicine The wiost dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Orgaas yield to its power; and eases of Coo ansntMn, cured by this preparation, are pub licly known, so remarkable as hardly to be believed, were they not proven beyond'dispute. As a remedy it Is adequate, on which the pub lic may rely for full protection. By curing Conirhs, the forerunners of more serious dis ease, it saves unnumbered livevand an amount of suffering not to be computed. It challenges trial, and convinces tho most mepticai. Every family should keep it 00 hnnd as a protection gninst the early and unpercerved attack of Paknonary Affections, which are easily met at am, but which become incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender lungs need this de fence; and it is nowise to be without it As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of childhood, Ciierrt Pectoral is invaluable; for, by its timely use, nmltfrades are rescued from premature graves, and saved te the love and afiectioo centred 00 them. It acts speedily and surety against ordinary evld, securing sound and health-restoring sleep. No one will snffer troublesome Influenza and painful Bronchitis, when they know how easily they can be cured. Originally the product oflong, laborioo, and successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil is spared in making every bottle in the utmost possible perfection. It" may be confi dently relied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing cures as memorable as the greatest it has ever effected. rKKPABXD BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Loweff, Mass., Fraetteal nd Analytical Chnnists. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. Dr. L. L. Staton i agent for all of Ayer's Medicines and a large lot can always be fonnd at his Drug Store. CANCERS CURED. BY DR. KLINE'S TTDNDEllFUL AX. I. dotes which destroy and remove the caucer without the uhc of the knife or loas of blood, and at the same time, overcomes the tendency to cancer in the system. We also treat ail forms of chronic, long standing and obscure diseases; with unpar alolied success, espeoisly EPJbLEPS OR FITS, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ASTHMA, SCROFULA & Secondary Syphilis Send for Circulars call on. or address, E. H. GhEENE, M. D., Goldsboio, N. C A. H. LIN 1 LEY, M. D., Charlotte, N. C. J. E. BENTLET, M. D., Sumter, 8. C. y.9-73m. THE PARKER CUM. 2CND STAMP FOR CIRQUUB PARKER BRtfS WEST MERIDENCTa PLUJIMEB, LEWIS Si C., Agents, Julyly TARBORO: The Home Shuttle Sewing Machine. t3 cr CD o o s 53 H. Ts COKES iat fer IdfeeeeaVe 0at. . Jf. Have- now in stock a most assortment of CLOTHIM3- .oi Children, Boys fully selected stock of Dress Goods. A "fcVge stock of brown and bleached gheefing and flirtings. A lull line of BOOTS AND SHOES. Hats, Fancy Gent's Furnishing Goods. Trunks and Valises in all sizes and shapes. Having just returned fr" "".the North ern Markets we can oflei o our cus tomers and to the public a well and carefully selected stock of excellent Goods. L. HEILBRONER & BR0. To the Planters oT Edgecombe County: IMPROVE YOUR LAND Hy using the best Guanos. Quick returns and permanent improve ment to the soil. PHCENIX GUANO, (Imported from Phoenix Islands.) WILCOX, GIBBS & CO'S MANIPULATED GUANO. Guano Salt Compound. These popular Standard Fertilizers have been used by the Planters of North Carolina for several years with perfect satisfaction, each year adding to their reputation as The Best Sold in this Market. Below are a few testimonials from many North Carolina Planters : Whiteville, N. C, 1872. Messrs. Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.: I used yoar Manipulated Guaro, 175 pounds to the acre, also lot or bora yard manure, about 30 cart loads to the acre. I made 969 pounds li t cotton to the acre and there is enough cotton now in the field to make forty or fifty pounds more of lint to the acre. I received two premiums for the largest yield of cotton on one acre of laud at the Fair in Wilmington this Fall H. C. ROCKWELL. Columbus County, ft. C, J872. Messrs. Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.i I used your Manipulated Guano on cotton this past reason at. the rate of. 200 pounds per acre, which cost me 50 cents per row, or $1 per two rows. I left two raws through tho field without guano n4 this tail had the cotttoi: picked out separately' the first picking the two rows not guanoed made 27 pound, the next two row gnaooed made 77 pounds, a difference of 50 pounds; the next aod last picking there was a difference of 1 1 pounds, making 61 pounds, worth here 5i cents, or $3 35 for $1 paid for guano. This was wi.at the cotton was worth the 1st November, the time the guano had to be settled for. - O.W. BADDWIN. Charlotte, N. C, Ootober 21, 1872- Messrs Sanders, Oats Se Co.; Gnts As a competitor for the premium offered by you for the largest yield of cotton from the use of Wilcox, Gibbs & Co,'s Manipulated Guano, I had ruu off by Messrs. Price & Moore (surveyors) two acres of clay aoij that has been in cultivation some 8 or 10 years. I prepared the land as fallows; Hun off the rows four feet apart with a two-horse "Charlotte plough," one horse subsoil plough following in the same furrow put in the said furrow the Manipulated at the rate of 250 pounds per acre, bedded on the same with a one-horse "Charlotte" plough followed by the one horse subsoil, planted the p itoh the 27th April and worked it about every 10 or Z days with sweep and hoe, the land usually without guano made about 900 to 1,000 pounds. X have gathered frem it up to date 3,687 pounds. Result from using the guano..,,.. ...... . . .... 8,687 pounds Without guaup , 2,000 " Increased,.,. I am now receiving large oonBignmeots of the above Standard Fertilisers, and am prepared to supply planters, for cash or credit, oo easy terms. For further information call for circular. J. B. COFFIELD, Agent, Iltlll complete and Men. A care Goods and and Plaster 1,687 " B. H. MOORE. CAROLINA ft' .-r ' V J i " " r PRICES IN $48 00 per 2,ooo $53 00 per 2,000 PltEE OF We challenge comparisoh -witli cation to crops. Quality a:id price The Cheapest t)emahd More than Doubled Each Succeding Tear. Local Agents Through ut the State; J. B. COFFIEL ! AOExt TARBORO, X, c. Ub. i3-3inf Corn ar.d Not "CHINESE CORN IMPORTANT The Greatest Discovery in the World! Endorsed by the Press. Endorsed by the Clew Endorsed by the Medical Faculty. Endorsed b.y the Seed Dealers. Endorsed by Druggists.. Endorsed by Planters and Farmers. And Endorsed by Every Pevon. EXTRA EARLY THIRTY TWO ROAVED CftfX It is a genuine 32 roeJ sweet, corn, gn.winjr from 10 to 13 fi-et in height. V . , planted the lirst or May; it wassold i t)e market July, 23d, Si dajs.) A Uit:,. iug was ready in 7(i days. ITS CIIjMS. 1st. It will proilnce more Corn to the Acre with the same cnltiTation and in m ' variety ol'soit. 2nd. It has a gi eater depth f kernel than any horse-tooth wifr J in1. It has a smaller Cob thin any 32 rowed variety. 4th. It weighs C."i pom d t i - I liushef, sealed measure. 5(h. It fills better at both ends than any o. her com. fill is a solid while transparent c rn with white rub. 7th. It grows more vig .n.ui n ripens Us whole crop earlier than any e the other laee Held varieties i:i A'nwict . yth. It makes better meal, being sweeter and richer. 9lh. It hears n or oliur w'k' makes more leetf. 10th, It can bo plar ted on land from whicb u heat has been hr . . vested, or from which potatoes have been dug;-fully ripening letore frost, liih. spikes shoot nt within fnr feet of thp ground, consequently the cop is not h-'hie ij tje prostrated by hish winds. It is like wise easier to palher. 12lh. It lnn tun; Iti'l piown ears of rorn on each stalk than any lare field variety. 13tl . The tairm " penetrating the subsoil to a very great dept i it will stand severe drouth better t; any other variety of c i n. 14th. It can be successfully jwt in any SUte. We live t he most satisfactory references that the corn, is, in etery respect, whatiif represent it to be; and Inrther, we are tlte only person tlirotighont tlie country aj have iisiroiliietd this variety f com. Having' a quantity, we are now ah'e to fit: 1 1 orders for those ilesii ous of testius; it. Last season e could imve old 20(1 lui" iiiOte but coulsl not fill lire eiders. ! TERMS: I In order that all may receive seed, w have reduced the price to $1 per jiack.n Any person v;.o w ill get up a club ol five will receive a package gratis. Fit teen yvi j uses tor tuty packages lor $ou. a sibik oi corn win accompany aij ooJi above $10, ''itii from five "to tight ears oi coin, t r sample, Address, MARSHAL & MORGAN, Houston, Yibclma. HOME KEFEEISTCES: Messrs. Cb.a8. Benlon . Brother. Baukers; Morrison & Baldy, Grniwri and C" mission Merchants; G. F. Slaley, Proprietor of Planter House, S'out & Wilson, Ag'i. cHltnial Warehou- e, or any of the gentlemen named in the indorsement hi nr d veitisenieat, its: dorseieistts. We, the unders-igned, citizens of Oeaola. Va., having examined some of t e Cui nkse Cbn, provvu on Mr James YV biters' tann one male east of this place d" certify that some of trie stalk produced six spikes, the largest spike uieasnteti 113 uil-Iui w lenjih and 8J inches around; Capt.t W.Mortan, E. F. Gardon, IJerchantj Henry J. Kennedy, rsq.. We, the limit rsip ned, do hereby testify lotiiuity resiaets oi tseoia. va. Oseaoi a, V4-. Oct. 16th, 187i Messrs. Marshal & Morgan, Bolston, Va., Gentlemen, As you requested me to give your Chinese Corp a fair trial. I ti' dne so, and will state that I was disappointed at it. I p.lanted on the 10ih of June, and ripe enough to shell the hitter purl of August. planel seven aud one-eighth "' an ac;e, when shelled, it measurer) 804 Unhels and 3 pecks I cheei fully recomiufwi it to my brother farmers, lipping that it may revolttt(tli?e tbe gric-ilmial world Yours, very respectfully, JAMES WHJTEKS. PREMIUM? A premium of $250 will be paid by the undersigned, through First Natioi al Ban, Oseaola, Va., II. S. Clark, president, as follows; $100 to the person producing the laieest yield of Chinese Corn to he acre 175 to of an acre. $60 to J of an acre. f25 of an acre. A report must be sent t- Firt National Bank, Oseaola, Virginia, by tb 1st of December, signed by the person and sworn to, estimating the corn at 65 lbs to the bushel. A sample ear of corn must be sent vyith report. A. YV, Henderson of G,reen Castle. Indiana, received the ftl03 Prerniatn for produ cing thp largest yield of "Chinese Corn" from a 2 pound package. Gieen Castlk, Indiana, Dac. 20th 1872. Messrs. Marshal & Morgan, Holston, Va., Gent'einen.-. i'our letter ot the 14th of this month came to hand yesterday with tht Daaft of f 100 on the First National Bank of Indianapolis. Allow me to 'thank J"C with my best wishes for success in life. Very respectfully, A. YV. HENDERSON. Dy. L. L. ST4.TON, Agent For Edgeoojiibe. Dr. J.SIILES Cancers, Tumors, Scrofula, Chronic Ulcers, and all kindred disorders Successfully Treated. OFFICE AS&T INFIBMARTTi EAST CENTRE STREET, GOLDSBOlO, IV. C, COISTSULTA-TIOK xn consequence oi mcreawiu yiwimc, rta xxo. vv.v, - at Goldsboro, N. C, for the accommodation of patients, inquiring dau Tha taM. that, we hftvfi mired a larcre number of patients is u best guarantee of our ability to do all we promise. r K Having secured the services of Drs. Wm, H. MOOEE and R GREGORY, Physicians and Surgeons, these gentlemen will visit w J rA MttES HOSTEB CP. - FERTILIZER! WILMINGTON, lbs. ( . lbs. PAYA8LE 'o. 1. INTEHEST. other Fertilizers as to remit f considered, make it Manure in Market Cotton is King! TO FARMERS. r 1 U.S. Clark. P-es. NationsBank. tba( tho above uanied getitleinrn CHAS. K. LORD, Juatiee of the Pew, UfcT. ALFRED l TOMPKINS. HUNTER & Co FIEE, TTifirmai v .s, -ri! ! ,' s- 1'