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Tho Tarboro Southerner.
June 12, 1873. Thursday, Micssns. (Jbiffis & Hoffman, News paper Adv-rtWng Agents, No. 4 South St-t. Rnlf.moie, Md.,are duly author- ixed to contract for advertisements at our lowest rates. Advertisers in that City are ..,a their favors with tins house. For the Southerner, CantrlbBtteni Retfi ! U U rkM AaflaBB at Oxlr. CASH. George Allen, $25. Mt. Energy L dge. No. 140, $15- A,1niruni Lodge. No. 149. Gcv. W. W. TTnidn. Gen. Rufus barringer and J. H. JJcWIiinter, $10 eacli. E. N. Crews N. 6. Lindsey, Dr. D. J El:is. 15 each. C Election at Bullock's Cmrch, 3 85. Collectioa by Mrs. S. A.. Elliott, 3 67 . H. B. R bbitt and Linijley Tayl r, $2 each. Jahn Morse, ffm. Ball, Z. E. Burroughs , 9 1 each. II. A. Parhara, 50 cents. Collections at Orphan's Chapel $3 5. From Greensboro ladies, (by Mrs. W G. Lindsey,) $15, (box not come.) John J. Meadows, (omitted last month,) $5. IS KIND. 147 yds calico and 1 di cotton, for birls oniis. W M Cozart; 1864 yds for boys Rrvan and Mrs A H Wilr li,,.. . til vds slieetine. 2 nieces, 3 and E McDonald : 334 yds domestics, 4 Bob Koy 15 yds calico, Capt A Land's; 150 pounds mea! and 1 ham, Geo W Hunt; 200 ponnas flour. F Kuott; 112 pounds meal and iiece of bacon. Jonathan Qsborn; 20 yds ticking and 6 cups, Cooper & Williams 2' Clark s Grarainnrs, A P. Bryan; 4 0 her rings, R Jeffrey s; 3 salons molasses and 23 pounds meal, E Meadows; 23 pounds m4l 1 lnishftl neas. and I ham, VV P Man gum; 18 R'-ynoMs school book, Jones & Minor- 14 do eee. Rosset Sc. C; 4 dz eggs, A M Veasey; 6 pr socks, Mrs E W Mann: 4 pri 8cki, M s S Robard-; 2 pr tnrki..irs. Miss Julia Miner: 1 pr sock each, Mr G S Hicks, Mrs M A Parham Battle Flemming; 1 pr stocking, Mrs Re hncca Burronshs: 6 thimbles, Mi Ella jG'andy; 9 linen cdlars, 2 pra knitting ne 1Ioa 'Little Lizzie G wk :' 1 drens tach Viola Jones, Mr Lanier, Tazzie Landis I school bell. Grandy & Bro.; I hat anu paroue, Roca Fazer;3 pks peas, James Pleasants, gooseberries and buttermilk Mm Thornton: oranees and cracker, for th airk. A H Cook: buttermilk, Mrs Finch; clot hing, E A Tarbrongh; soap and knitting cotton, Mrs Marsh; dried frui apd knitting cotton. V Meadows; cluing and knitting needlea. Miss L. B Bryages 1 Box from La Grange, by Mr. South gate, viz- " yds merino, 3 yds calico, 3 yds worsted. 2 pr shoes, W II Croom & Co.;3pr shoes 14 yd domestic, 21 yd colic, B F Sntton; 1 pr shoes. S B Parker & Bro; 1 pr shoes, Rice & McEllhenny; 10 yds creh, 3 prs socks, 1 doz cotton, 4 boxes blarklng, cotton, 2 jar pickles, D Wood, Jr; 30 yds calico, 1 blacking brush. Fields & Sprnce; 5 hrnilkerchiefs, 1 gross buttons, spool cott'n, iooks ami eyes, R C Crnom; 2 prs shoes. F SmitV, 0 yds cottonade. Ivey Sutton; 7 yds cot tonade, A J Mclittre, 4 liats, Levi Hill; 21 yds bacj';ing, Jerry Waters; 3 yds ot tonade. t utton, J SB'.zjcall; 2 One combs, 1 box pens, 1 coarse comb, 1 paper needles a,nd 1 gro? buttons, W J Best; 6 spellers, T P jUiJ; 4 yds linen, P Voo!ey, M. D., 6 yds domestic, M Pulley, 2 hats, 9 yd? delaines, 2 prs hose, Edwards, Murchisop A Co; 3 jars pickles, 2 jars pickles, 2 prs pepper i-auce, 1 box blacking, S D Pope; 2 1 aU, VV J Suttaii; 1 card buttons, pins, 3 boxes blacking, 1 comb, ma'ches, cot toa and collars, L A I lay ward; 2 hats, shoea and buttons, J G Netltg & Co; 22J yds delaines, pins, 3 prs prs giovt-s, 3 boxes collars and thread, J L Aardee Soil ; 6 yds domestic, L II F.elds, 6 yd" doneetics, Oiley Geranus. 1 Washing Machine, by Mrs. S A El Jioi) Q'd Domestic Manfg.jCo." 1 Howe Sewing Mabhine, (l y Mrs. S A Elliott.) Howe Co, (omitted last report). 1 pr Berkshire Pigs, J U MiJIs, omitted lat leporl). 6 Lamps, Mrs F Hugging. A. D. CoEN, Principal N. C. O. A. Papers pf the State please copy. Fifty cents ge s two gem pictures, or $!.j?0 foi half dozen photographs, at E. Whitting ion'g Pntograph Galleiy, Pitt street. MEKTp-'(J OF THE TAK KlVEB JociEY Club. On Tuesday lust a full attendance of the members of the Tar River Jockey Club was held in the room of the Presi dent, Captain John S. Daiicy. Upon motion, D. B. Batts, Eli as Carr and J. H.Best, were added to the list o members. I Tbe Track Committee made a report, slating thai the track would be in perfect order by Hit 1st of July, hjn it would be opeued to every one, subject to the r ul es and regulations of the Club. We understand that several interesting races will be made on tbe opening day, the Fourth of July, free to everybody wmcn embrace tne following; riasT BACK. Running Hasf mile heats ; best two in hree Bourne's b. g. "figbin;" Price's s. f. ' BKCOKD BACK. Running Half mile; single dash Mayo' a b. g. ; Whitley's b. g. 1HIHD KACt. Rnnning Halt mile heats; best two in three StaU'u'n s. f. Carrie; Dozier's br. g ine secretary win n. natter add any fu.tiier entiances that may be made. All parties lntereated ae requested to stud in their names to the Secretary. P.S. It is probable ihete will be a slow mule race to close the proceedings of the day; ownets to ride and exchange witn their adversaries. Genuine CucDMjBKa Pomps very low, and guaianteed in every particular, at Plummer, Lewis & Co.'s hard ward store, Tarboro', U. C. Maso-N-'c Apdbem. Col. Thomas S. enan has accepted an invitation ' from Concord Lodge. No. 5?, of Tarboro, to' de liver an address on Masoury. on the occa sion of the celebiation of St. John's Day, by ihe Fraternity of Edgecombe county. ' Col. Kenan is a graceful and nuent speak er and will ' certainly deliver an address orthy of the occasion. . Another Edgecombe Buieida. - On Sunday last about noon, Mr. Lewis Savage, a well known citizen of the county. put an end to his life by his own hand. It appears that the unfortunate man for several years bad been troubled with fit of insanity and on the day above mention ed he endeavored to take his lite by the use ot Laudanum, which bis mqther pre vented him from doing. A short time after this attempt he took hia pistol, and applying it to his head pas sed a ball entirely through, from the ef fects of which he died In abont two hours. Mr. Ed. Jgoeller, special Coroner, held an Inqnest over the body on Monday last having snmmonel the following Jnry: Alaon Sharpe, G H Albright, E A Clark, John W Johnson. Wm K Parker, w J Lawrence, Gray Bryan, J B Tick, Thos, White. J Piel, Dick Ruffin. J M Nichol son, who .endered the following verdict; That the said Lewis Savage came to his death by a pistol shot, fired by him self.' A Vaeiktt of the yery best cooking stoves at Plnmm$r, Lewis fc Uo. s hard. ware store, at Northern prices. Satisfac tion guaranteed Valuation of Town Propertt -A Hkavt iNpBBASK.-Qn Monday last Messrs John 8. Pancy.Wm. M. Pippen, and B.J Keeeh. wcentlv appointed Assessors of Real Estate In Tarboro, have completed their labors. Through the, courtesy of the Board we are enabled to lay tne louowing iacw before the readers 0 the So17Thesr: j- The last valuation was made in 1671 and placed at 1381,785 00. 1 ik a . . Since that time the value of property n town, has increased $78,785 00 and de creased 7.050 00; showing a total net in crease of $$1,635 00. The valuation of the Keal Estate is therefore at the present time $453,430 00 but this estimate does not probably come w ith half a million of what it would bring n the market. A Tariett of the very best cooking stoves at Plummer, Lewis & Co.'s hard ware store, at Northern prices. Satisfac tion guaranteed. jo5-2t Grand Council. The following officers ot the Most Illustrious Grand Council of North Carolina were elepted last week, viz : Companion II. H. Munson, of jyilming ton, U I G M. Corup. John Nictiols, of Raleigh, D G M. Comp; A- Martin, of Wilmington, GT. Comp. M. M. Katz, of Wilmington, GR. Comp. S. S. Everett, of Wilmington, G C G. Comp. J. M. Shelley, of Greensboro, G CC. Comp. T. B. Carr, el Wilmington, G S. Comp. B. G. Bates, of Wtfmitjgton, G Sent. Genua's Cucumber Ecufs very low, and" guaranteed in every par icular, at Plummer, Lewis & Co.'s hardware store, Tarboro", N. C. The Very Dullest. It has been our fortune, or misfortune, to run a country newvpaper for nearly eiylit years. Of copi-se, we Jj.ave i,.tn "hard ,ap" teveral times, us every other country' editor has found himself, but never anything like it is now. It is the rooyt laughable f-liing .to an outsider) to see a Tartpro editor present a bill to anybody no matter hpw rich) and observe a sickly grin he immediately assumes. P. S. Editors are forced to live until t'iey die if they are editors and, as a gei.eral thing, they consume meat, meal, flour, &c, fcc, &,c. Grain, cradles and baby carriages at Plummer, Lewis & Oo. 's bard are store, Tarboro, N. C. ' ' Thp Caradea, fto. For the past tew days, the ladies and gentlemen of town and vicinity have been holding nightly meetings for the purpose of preparing for tne anticipated entertain- met o . the S!4ih just. They have selected several interesting ud laughable plays which cannot lail t-J please the most lastidious audience. Tne mosi accuuplished ladies aud gen tie wen ot our tou are egagud in tbe en teriainuieut and they will be sure to give us noineiumg worthy ot Tarboro. Gbain cradles aud baby carriages a, Plummet, .Lew ia & Ooa L&idaie stoiei lai uoro , N . C Why do people read advertisements f To aee who is nterprising aud to learn what is going on. To see If there la any tmug new, or any thing that they wapt. To si e it tbe seasoa'a styles have come in, aud 10 find oat who has them. To see if any is selling off at reduced rated, or to watch the chance of au auction. For amusement. To satisly curiosity. Because they have reaid alt the stories, uiarriages. births, locals aud accidents. Because they want too. Because they can't help it. The popular place to buy "Vfatc!ie Clocks aud Jewell y is at Bell's, lie dials 'airly, treaU his customers courteously and urnks it a pviut to reader ttaualaciiuu to all. More Lawxkbs. Th Supie-me Court have licensed, during last week, the lot loiug geuileiueu to practice law in all tbe courts uf the State : John Daniel Krr, of Sampson, Peter iHitciieii Wilaun, oi ' vVarren, James VV euley Re id, of RucaiOguaQ), Joseph Bradheld, oi Uockiugh&m, Kubot t KutUu Kiug uf Gulltord, Martin Frederick Auael, ot Macon, James Daniel Viusun, of Northampton, Jau.es Edward O'Hara, ot Haiitux, William dors.aU, of Granville . Thn Champion Cigab. It Is a well, known laci that the ''Banker" cigar is the utL ever introduced in larooro. it u baught by the very best men in tbe com. uiunity, aud is at all times pronounced splendid. Manufactured by W. A. Me be gan, iSoiiolk, Va. Sold by all responsible dealers. Agricultural Societt Election op Omegas. Through forgut uluess, we pre suiue, the annual election of officers of Edgecombe Agricultural Society did not take place lasf meeting, which was the regular time. It will, consequently, come off on next Tuesday, which Is the J7tt ot this month, TARBORO MARKETS. Reported and Corrected weekly by q. g., nash, Wholesale Grocer, MAIN STREET. Com, per bushel 80 cts Meal, (i uu as. ' 00 Bacon Hog Round. 12 cts ' Hams i la cts Lard, per lb , 15 cts Butter Conntry 40 cts ... Firkin , ou cts Potatoes Sweet, per bushel... fl QQ ' Insh.per bushel 3 za '4 au Tallow, per lb 12 J cts Eggs, per dozen. , 20 eta Chickens., 25 cts Fowls 40 cts Rags, per lb. 7. . V 2V cts Beeswax, per lb . '. 30 cts Beef, per lb to B cts Pried Apples, per lb 10 cts Apple Brandy, pergai 20 Vinegar, per gal. 40 ots Fresh Pork, per lb. . . : ly cts Too Bad. A lady and gentleman of Tarboro propose to take part jn pie pro posed entertainments for tho (proposed) Orphan Asylum at Oxford. And some back out 'nuf sed. CUCUMBER PUMPS. I have a few more of the Celebrated Cucumber Rumps suitable for deep wells which I will sell cheap. AH in wapt o such, will p'ease leave or send their orders at one. K. T. Pool. X my8-tf. Battleboro, N. p. XlRRlEa). At Wurrenton, N. CM at the residence of the bride, on June 5th, by the Rev. R. A. Willis, Mrs.J M. A. Allen to Wbioht Hats, Eq., of En Held. On the 29th instant.by Dr. Jno. O'Brien, Mi. T. W. Allbt, of Prince George county, Virginia, and Mrs. Sarah FaIson, of Northampton county, N. C. D E If. In this county, June 9th, 1873, L. L. Pabkkb, aged 28 years, days. C months and 9 OBITUARY Died, alHaspania Plantation, Lonisiana on Sunday evening, May 5, 1873, Captain William Boqs. He was born in Williams ton, v., qn February 26, 1813, and emigrated to the South about 18.J5. He successively resi ded Vicksburg, New Orleans, and upon bis plantation in Louisiana. Vie was married to Miss Susan Flowers, and bad an on'y son named Willie, upon his at taining manhood, by an inscrutable dis pensation of Divine Providence, he was removed from bis devoted parents, and since then he health of the subject of this memoir has declined, until he peacefully and qnietly passed away. The last few years he has Uved a retired life devoted to bis wife and she to him, and now his cord is snapped asunder and we bnmbly trust the wind will be tempered to the shorn lamb," and that she may be com- t orted in this, her great affliction. We have reason to hope in his death, for, durino bis last illness, h expressed a confidence in God's mercy, and a faith and hope that he would dwell on high. Rest, dear one, in the memory of your brothers and sisters, relatives and friends, the first link severed in the family chain A. B. SPECIAL NOTICES, EcrAOLA, Ala.. March S'O, 1870 Messrs 3. H. Zeilin & Co., Macon. Ga Gknts Your Simmon's Liver Begula tor has been used in my family for some time, and 1 am persuaded that it is a valu able addition to the Medical Sciences.. Kespectrully yours, John Gill ShohiB APVEIITISEMENTS. -1 2) SAMPLES sent by mail for 5oc. that J. i retail quick for $lo. It. L. WOLCOIT, 101 v. iiuiiitui square, in. i. Working Class Stefd0 espictabie emplovment at home, day or evening; 10 capita) requi.ed; fuU int tractions and valuable package of goods sent free by man. Auuress, wim uen& return Htainp ai. lousg a jq., ui ureenwicn si. is x NEVE neglect a cough. Nothing is more certain to liy tne foundation for future evil consequences Wells' Carbolic Tablets are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respira tory Organs, Sore Throats, Colds, Croup Dip theria, Asihma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness of the Throat, Windpipe, or Brachial Tubes, and all Diseases of the Lungs. H Jn all cases of saddo i cold, however taken, these Tablets should be promptly and freely need. They equalise the circulation of the bloo I, mitigate the severity of the attack, and will, in a very short time, restore healthy ac to the afiected organs. Well's Carbolic Tablets are put up only in blue boxes. Take no subs itutes. f they can't be fopnd at your druggist's, send at once to the Agent iVew" Yi-rk, who will forward them by retnrn mail. Don't be deceived by imitations. Sold by dru.'gists. Price 25 cents a box. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt st., New York, Send for circular. Agent for United States. Numerous tests have proved Q N. F. BURNHAM'S NEW TURBINE C3 Water Wheel 5" To be the best ever invented. Pamphlet free. Add. York, Pa aws J. E. EMMONS, CApiNETMAKER ANU UNDERTAKER. Has always on band for sate, cheap for cash,. Wardrobes, Bureaus, Waslistands, Bedsteads, Matrasses, Writing Desks, Tables, Chairs, &c UQdrtaker's Depq,rtpaent Always on hand at the Lowest Cash Prices Mahogany, Walnut, Poplar & Pine AGSYT FOB Fisk'e ' Metallic? Coffins furnished at shortest notice E. SUIMONS, 1 ' Tarboro. 1 .. Jjfc ST . 'Y.- ..L l L' ns !"J ADVERTTISEMSSTS Time Tests thfc Merits of all Things. Orer Thirty Years 183 Sin co the introduction of PAINKILLER. Has been teatod in every variety of climate. and br almost everv nation known to Ameri cans. It is the constant companion and ines timable friend of the missionary and the trav eller, on the gea or land, and no one should travel on our lases or rivers wiiaoui Since the PAIN-KU-.J-JSK was nrst intro duced, and met with such extensive gale, many Liniments, Reliefs, Panaceas, and other Remedies have been ottered to tno pupuc, mv. not one of them nag attained tno uuiy envi able standing of the PAIN-KILLER. WHY IS IT SO? It is because DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER is what it claims to be -a Reliever of Pain. ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. t . : FL TWTr SIT DiTV Twentv to Thirty Drops in a Little Wafer will 11 TOU art? BUilcrillK uuui xx-i V-iJ x Alt,, almost instantly cure you. a nereis nouuug to equal it for Colic, Cramps, Spasms,Heart-burn, Diarrhae, Dysentery, Hinain the Bfels, Flax, Sour Stomach, Dyspeysia, ' Sick Headache ' In sections of the country where FEVER AND AGUE i prevail, there is no remedy held in greater esteem. Persons travelling should keep it by them. A" few drops, in water, will prevent sickness or bowel troubles from' change of water Cure Cholera when ALL other Heme dies Fail.' 1 "When used externally as a Liuiment. noth inir Kivt-s quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises, sprains, Stings rrom insects, and caidg. xt removes the fire, and the wound hcala like ordinary sores. Those suffering with HHEO MATISM. UOUr. or NEUKALMA, If not 1 positive euro, U-ev find the Pain-Killeb gives : :. 1 n .i.. .;u iiiem rcuui wudu uu UlUCI ICUICUJ nm. It Jives Instant relief from lebing Teeth Every Housekeeper should keep it at hand. and sdpIv it on the first attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and save hours or Bunering. tried remedies Bo sure you call for and get the eenuine PAlN-KlLLER. as many worth less nostrums are attempted to be sold on the creat reputation 01 this valuaDle meciiciae. CsrL'irecuous accompany eaun uomo. Price 25 cts., SjtcU., and $1 per Bottle Tar River Mills. These mills ire now in full operation. and are situated on the banks f the Tnr Ili'ver, immediately opposite the UrtfA f Tarboro, Edgecombe county, N. C. The whole structure, including the house, mill stones aud machinery is new, and of the LATEST flOWD .TM They hive a capacity fully equal to any mills in Eastern Carolina. Are conven iently situated and well arranged for the convenience and aneonjiGodation of custo mers, having as they do the advaninze of both river and railroJ communication. can tnefeiQrp te.p a consiani suppiy oi both wood and ater at all seasuiiy of the year. A sijpp'y f- Clean Fresh Ground Meal will be kept on hand at all tiroes, both for sale and to exchange for corn with all whp prefer to do so rather than wait at the mill to have their own corn g-onnd. The mills are provided with the necessary iBachinery for cleaning com befura jt is ground, tlu-re fore the meal gronnd at these sail Is will be of a NUPEUIOSt QUALITY. Having had long experience in the mill ing business, I feel no hesitation in saying that general satisfaction will be giren all who may be pleased to favor me with their custom. The SAW MILL DEPARTMENT is also complete and in full operation. Parties in want of lumber will find it to their interest to examine joj lumber and prices before purchasing elsewhere. my!5-4t JOS. J. HALF.S, Agent. CRARY & BQNNIWELL Arclects AND -:o:- The nndersigncd are prepared to make I'lans and Specifications for all kind of Buildings at ehort notice. Abo to Design any kind if Buildines. Cisterns, etc. Will aunerintend the err ctiou of any kind of build ing on reasonable terms, will also superintend the Setti-'e and Bnrninc -i! Brick.- WewiH furnish Bnilding Materials ot the best and most approved kind at low prices. One of the undersigned will be in TarV ro constantly, and on and fitter the 1st of May proMino, we will have an offioe n the V E corner of 12th and f-'outh Streets, Thiladel, hia We think that all who naironizo us, will fled that we kuow what we are about, and wi'l not regret raakin our acqua ntance. J. W. CRARY, G. C, BOXMN ELL. feb. 27-tf. TARBQRO. N. C TPIB TAEBQEQ BOOK STORR Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of BOOKS, STATIQNER.Y and Fanv GrQods, Subscrintions received for Appletot 's Journal, monthly and weekly The Popular Science, monthly. Tbe Psycologioal Journal. The New York Medical Journal. Gode 's Lady s Book, with which a fine . Chromo, of .-'Qur Darling" is given to every subscriber. Any bopk not in Stock ordered at Pub lishers prices. fll. WILLUJf S. nov. 28-6m. TARBORO. D HUSTT Merchant Tailor, NEXT DOOR TO PENDER. GATLIN $ pQ. TARCORO, X. . BUI ADVERTISEMENTS. IN CASH GIFTS. To be distributed by the MERCASTILE PBIZE ASSOCIATIOI OF NE"W YORK. DAILY DRAWINGS!!! A PBIZE FOR EVERY TICKET. T'ashGift, $100,000) 6 Cash Gifts, 50,000' 12 'f 25,000 75 Cash Gifts, 800 " " 200 " $1,000 600 200 100 ?0 " 5,0001550 4uu 1101a watcnes. . .175 to 300 275 Sewing Machines 60 to 150 75 Elegant Pianos. each 250 to 700 5 " Melodeans " 50 to 200 Cash Gifts, silver Ware, etc , $1,50 ,000 a cuance to draw any 01 tne above prize for 35 cents. Tickets describing Prizes are Sealed in envelopes and well relied. On re ceipt pf 25 cents a sealed ticket u drawn with out choice, and sent bv mail to any address. THa nriA namAit niwrn if will flaiiv.i4-'lA me ucaet noioer on payment 01 one douar. Prizes are immediately sent to any address bv express or return mail. Yon will know what your prize is before -ou pay for it. Any Prize exchanged tor another qf the same value No blanks. Our patrons can de- end on fair dealing. CPsinions of the Pkess: Fair dealing can be relied on N Y Herald, Aug 23. A genuine distribution World, Sept. 9. Not one o: the humbug-a of the dav Week'v Tribnne. Jnlv 7 They give general satisfaction Staats 2ei- tung, Aug. 5. Kefebences: 'By kind permission we refer to-tneioiiowing: f ranklin s. jLano xjouisvuie, arew i3,uoo. miss uatue uanKer, unarles- ton, $9,000. Mrs. Lonisa T. Blake, St. TJ6uig. Piano, $7oo. Samnet V. Baymond, Boston. $5.5oo. Kugene P. Brackett, Pittgburgi Watch $3oo. Miss Annie Osgood." Jew Or ieans, too. Emory L. Pratf,' ' Columbus. Ohio. $7.ooo. One Cash Gift in every package of 15o tick ets guaranteed. 5 tickets tor one dollar; 11 for two dollars; 2 - tor three dollars; 5o for five dollars: loo tor nfteen dollars Agents wanted to whom we offer liberal in ducement and guarantee satistajuon. ADDBESS, ALVAH YOUNG, Agent, 205 llroadway, N, Y. P. O. Box 2310. may29-8t Notice! Notice!! Ordered by the Board of County Com missioners, that all persons holding County Orders, Witness or Jury Ticket s, or any other claim whatsoever against the conh'ty. shall present the same to the Clerk of this B ard for Registration on or be.'oro the 1st DAY OF AUGUST, AU persons failing to comp'y with this oider will be prevented from iiMnsr such claims in payment of Taxe. The Sheriff will have a list of t!e claims Registered, and the claims thus Recorded will have precedence over those not recorded, further more in all cases, when holders of claim disregard this notice, if we can avail our selves of the statute of limitation, we will enter that plea 'n bar ot their payment. Tne object is to ascertain the exact amount of the n debtedness of the county, the clerk will make no charge upon individuals for his sevices, By or ier of the Board, B. J. KEECH. Clerk of the Board. This May 2G, 1873. my29-6t Tlf l J-A SITUATION AS YY alllwll TEACHE!1 B3 ,A young lady who La had some eperie ice in teaching. Ueference givei. Address CAPITOIA, my23-4t Tarboro, N. C, ADVERTISE TX THE PAPER JjARGEST CIRCULATION THE SOUTHERNER HAS THIS CJRCULATIQN ADVERTISING RATES LOWER THAN ANY PAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA IN PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION SEE OUR TERMS pF TJBSCRrPTION. TARBORO. BEHOVED. Having completed our and roovd into them, we eaa now offer for -ale a larger stock, and' a greater 'variety of TOP and NO TOP BUGCi ES, Ugbt and strong, than we have ever before been able to keep on hand. ' OUR Repository or Show Roorn, being large enoneh o hold thirty -' finished CARRIAGES enables us o display our work to the better satisiaction ot our custo ers. We are" getting up an IL-LTJSTBATED CATALOGUE and PKICE LIHT showing nine diffen nt styles of carriages, with description and bribe of each, so that any person can order'Hjfithout seeing the carriage. S ecial Attention paid to Repairing. Our new place of business is just half-wa be' Ween the ol i shop and Main street. Dm't forget the place. a.Send fcr our Illustrated P&talogue and HUSSEY DROS. ap24-tf AND- mm wine The Favorite Resort. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE J ' cently opened an Establishment of the above order, in which he offers supe rior attractions to pleasure lovers, of Town and County. HIS LAGER BEER e the finest and best ever brought to Tarboro HIS REUSE WINE Is pronounced incomparable HIS CIGARS Cannot be rivalled. HIS BAGATELLE TABLE Affords innocent, yet exciting amtaament, and HIS General Management l of the best and most desirable cbaracte He respectfully invites the Tiiblic to his House, feeling continent of being able to make each aud every visitor pass a pleasant hour pr two. btaofl On the corner near the old Gregory uoiei. ED ZQELLER March 24-tf. TARBORO L !HaYe noTy in stock assortment of CLOTHING . fqr Children, Boys fully selected stock of Dress A large stock of Sheetings and hirtiug, A tull ... BOOTS AND SHOES. Hats, Fancy Gentfs FRrnishing Goods. 9 Trunks and sizes anc Haying just returned fr the North ern Markets we tomers and to the public a well and carefully selected Goods. L. HEILBR0NER & BR0. TARBORO. .Hi ran ipiim OF It C. BROWN, ON MAIN STREET Is still fall to overflowing with a magn ficent stock of SPRING JND SUMMER selected with a special attention to the of tln ' market wants and necessities His assortment of Ladies DRESS GOODS will be found unrivalled as to QUALITY, QUANTITY and PRICES containing the choicest selections of POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, ALEACCAS, VELVETS, VELYETEENS, His assortment of such as Laces, Edgings, &c, can not be surpassed. Particular attention has been paid to bis SHOE DEPARTMENT, which embraces the finest specimens of Ladies, Gent's, Boys, Misses & CbilJrens SEWED AND PEGGED SHOES, in Morooco, Kid, Qrain.Kip, Calf, &c. His Grocery Department always full! Best Factory Cheese & OrangeTe. Butter popgtant'y on hand. at lowest cash prices. The Highest Market Price Paid for O O T T O INT- -:o:- fl. C. qROWN, dec5-3rn. TARBORC. ADVERTISE IN TBE Soutlierner. a most complete and Men. A care oods. brown and blenched liqe of - Goods and Valises in all shapes can offer to our cus stock of excellent G TARBORO. MUG SfOME .. . . Just cpened in Tarboro by Dr.A.H. MACNAIR.Agt. MAIN STREET. Iff here will be found tbe purest Drugs and Chemicals J have engaged the services of Mr. Jno. E. Tatlob, of 'Richitond, V A. A thorough Di nggist and Pharmaceutist, who having bad a practical experience of seventeen years In the business, I con cheerfully re- commeno mm to my patrons and cnMo mers as a careful, safe, gentlemanly drug gist 'and, salesman ' ' ' This Drug Store Is' in" the old building lately occupled'by Mr. J. M. Redmond,' but the wliole has been thoroughly chang ed, renovated and renewed, and mv estab- iahment now will be found one of the MOST COMPLETE in the State: In compounding of PRESCRIPTIONS the utmost care will be exercised, and none hut the PUREST MEDICINES I SED. My former friends and patrons a: e respect fully requested to call and examine my New. Stock and Establishment. A. II. 5IACXAIK, 9I.D. Jumj i3-tf. -. " QUE HOUSE. OOME TO OUR HOUSE IF YOU warit a supbrior article. The very best brands of liquors always On hand. Iucfudiuir WHISKEY, 1 BRANDY. " "WINES. " GINS, RUMS A Good (Low Priced) Whiskey always on hand. TOBACQQ AND CIGARS. POTTED TURKEY AND HAM FOR IptUEOXS. ' DOEEE & JONES'. SODA WATER. BotUcii Ale &Povicv. LAGER BEER Of a Superior Quality on Draught Tl iiaDkiog my customers for past pat ige I will guarantee that I will rooage always have the above articles of very best Quality at the "OUR HOUSE." J. L. C0KER. Sept. 1 6m. TARBORO THE Endless Lev er OR CTlAitPION HOUSE MOYERi Patented Jan.' 14th, 1873 50 PER CENT. SAVED BY ITS CSE BUILDINGS OP ALL KINDS,' GIN Houses, Quarter HtalAcg, Cotton Screws, Barns, Ac., moved aud Warranted to be dono without damage. All orders from the connties of Nash. Hal ifax and Edgecombe, sbonld be addressed to BASSETT & REAMV, Mar 20-tf. Tarboro, N. C. The Old Established TARBORO. BAKERY -AND- Confectionery, JACOB WEBER, Proprietor. MAIN STREET. This Establishment ig continuallv addiuc new attractions, with a view to still further increasing business The People of Tarboro and vicinity may always confidently expect to find here every kind or PURE FRESH CAKES. THE VERY BEST PLAI5 AND FRENCH CANDIES. ; A varied assortment of Jtipe Fruits. Daily received. In fact evervthinc iing kept In a First Class House of the kind will be fount1 here. Special attention will be given the Orders of Private Families i FOB JE3 which will be baked on the shortest notice. ORDERS FQR PARTIES AND ' V : ... BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanks are returned the public for pist patronage, -and-' promise, given of iutnr promptness and reliability. ' JACOB WEBER. 9-tf Opposite Old flreyorv Ho'