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riie Tarboro; B6iitlicrno August 7, 1C7C. I HX lO ,Al VKKHS1 BS -A. J- Hh"-'. t-. in ho Am ii idim i al VVoiks i i urn --b . V'lHK.. Iiooier, Wilson Collegiate Iu- for vi ui,g ladies. , i; , Lu.imIcu A Co., the Bull Cotton l", tT'l Va. .-;-,;,-, IllBAMRV. On TifwhiJ, n S.LoifT, F.mi , Sh.to Deputy, spoke , ! is phu -c :.nd cxpl-amcd ke objects and v'!.,,, ol lite, order t.. q iit.-u number ot ;t:.y,.s mi d lnm.tr.-, Pith 'n,m Nash .v i. !!.' i fine i-r1' ier. and made a m-oil iii!i'tt -ioij ok his audience He held ;.. Miking rnd truthful language the :i-iu ! the fai mei s, and urged them ; , o f..r tiivir so. -ial, pecuniary and in t .', t ; iii.proU'llieiit. -The ch'ciHUstaii n -t' i! had j;wjieil against ajriieudi'iyl .: i-iJn- nl. 11. e sjcaker did uot uttii !.::. t ;.i y cotiib'uatiu., (.irined for that I ; ; t- but it was nevertheless a S'.il and i ., 1 uJj I 'k' fiwf., at.d ti i-i'i ly ifir.cdy was ; .ii. isy and ci -operation among them . ,m .-, m t oi i less t-tli. is,' but to prote'et i... :i:-t !ii:S M:. Long explained, the secret feature ihe order, nud showed its necessity. On if subject of admitting females a- uieni ! l is. he took, occasion to pny a tigli com mi lit lo ti;o ladles of the South which 1.. it. "i the applayse of all, who weie t i lie declared that tha social fea- ti.i was the n.osi interesting and bcautiiul at.iaclh a coTi"ieeted with the Older and (iMjiuiit y depicted 'ho ennobling anJ I u i . . i 1 1 n ii tlitet.ee, wlijch the presence ol won an ii.Ul h rd to the oi giuiizatioii. Attn l.i iti.w 11 r. L' g on this feature ii . i i infi r any objection to the :..- -n i-l ladies into the organization. A : i.e e! me of political interference, 1.. was vciy clear and cxphoil. He (. it. 1 tint tlie P-itr -us had anything to do v. :! !, oiilies. . . r- Iti i.r;.i-l to ( '. ir..-c tha l! c Oranges lu.d eh ctei ;i .! .if'g:- in Hi noi.s because ol 1 is ie'. - "ii rajlroud monopolies, he defcuhd ':.- o: .!.-: :n the iio?t eu:ts:act-i.V ti.auncr. liv slf.td t.';.it the or;,ani.itioH had l.i ihi 4 '0 do "i'il '11--- m'UlliuLlOll, hut a .'ini'i i ti. Ht 'i i' 'l"HiT ihd vi.ttj for the .-'!,.vs; il i-anii.i'.ite, ii'-i-a.i-o he was h , '.-ii-1 t tht ir in'tivsls, and they mm-h .- V t ; :-:-- t:.L- riiilit wideh heionss to t-vi r. i. . L m i -. ! t. sjmli. about, pi.e ii i, - and wa. wilii !i:;.r:i. si tttoNliitn. ill ti.i- l Ol.e. IIS!; 11 jI I In SI l-i 1 i-'i .- was i'liii.e i.ite y .rjjai..ed win iiov ;i ;,' . Hi-. , i- : . i i. 1 i .i i ;.niii, . isler. i'. I! ..mi !i, ( Vi-rer. . j. Viii.i.m..,, I..-eti.i-. i . . M. Ui-iKit. , .wild. 11 i-l; s, A-:..t;.i;t Sic waul. i i ; t..-'i rer. Wdh;, .-. Si-.-ivt i: y. ii. J-.ii.i-.-, I'tiajilaili. i !, ia'e ej.i i . V. ii m s f, (-' i.S. r; A. l'Tchs. IViuoiia. .V. 1 -" I , i'lf r.i. i i , A -,'! i?:e-.jar,'.. ! !a- al.e iViui ;.e .lchoi- e t: cheap at D ' i -ss An hi F..I.K-. 1 - iS'a'.a as nj toe as.ci a . vr ': a 1 i.g- i t'.e com toa-nico f talking ab at l.!y to the'r .;.,., I;.;t t: . la I -t , r-p i;.i i..!k- (l-.vi-'pi g oa t..is w'o--.- ci :i.i-t-d n.tnds i I - : - iv 11 ler then snun!l (".!'. I )o c r, b. g. K.ii Ml 2 1 1 I-"'" t f avi-ro..;) ai d .-cot :i !ii! it is i 1 :4") t - ittr..'t!t ir- in hurl ic; a male ; Pjoi- 0 K .-.".; In ! an e. hill li.ilo h" rtt 'iii.i ii -.:;, ueti i t!a-y appear to j s iwo in lire- Preioiu-i. P. oriaiiil An-l if nil t'..ee li.v!l i ,,,Itlr:.. "' a. en. est. .ve iiiiijldn. that i ,v. i. Wh't'ev. b m. F or i .1 1 too tiisiilv to Mi!.-cr!l.e to ' ,,, V. M o c -r. in. Fannie ! 2 i . - :'pi r. i nt re!v tii on ivr -ovin-' . . ' i :i ii- ittunors. ii -ro-iing, for-o--th, i : i.g, ave, dcceiitly purloining what the .! -l-i nil h- mi:u oi tiooe c'.-ios v.iOihl pi j en IV a i ,t e.l'd it: Jc m, arid save the pe- elj-a- or !i : i,- ! !.c lcpt nch aioi scandal i ii-s in !g'.'. rs. We ihink il ih :.ii-le-.l, a id ortainly more l.ind.ible, to bor I'uiv ii toothpick or iiriis-i ihm a mov-pa. per, a :i. 1 fol v isc 041 r n l'cribe rs, vl en iln-y a:e tronbL-d by ti.ese (pu-stiona'o'c I'. -r:-Trs, t'i ; ' hur.c ti.em by seu.liii a thtee j. et pii-'-e. I ", ci ms'-, the '.i (-flection tmbr.ice oidv t'.osc who pun ti e it s-.-,.'!)'a'ic:i;y. i Watc! e- : The 1 Hi; r 1 lace t" 'o!'. Ci ..its a,,d .,'eiv-l y is ut Dell's. lie iiii!; l-i'i'ly, tret. his custmcis i-ourteon.-ly an i inslis it a pi h,t. to render satisfaction ail. h'-.lft I' . , ! lle-.t . A. -Mel, (pan, tie g' " M t"b..- ih-alcv i f K-Tlolk, Va., sets tin.- finest cigars evt-r sent to iLi, niaricet. His "I'mikiTV nro un rivalled, Ix.li. j "l'l lil'V an t ina:ir.fa::ti;re. Send Voiir oider to V. A. Me'ueian, Norfolk. . .(). 1, in uoi kv ih.ryr.-Winchester 1.,,1-c, N... 10, I. O O. P., v.as ic-or-ji.iuii.d iit this place on the 2 jt Ii nit., by the election of 1). ii. La--.i t i.:ce, N. G. W. '. Gay, V. G. P. if. GiipJii. Sect'y. .Ic-se ij'iillock, 'I'ifas. W. 15. Jo: d in,'(J. f . C. Luiikbs, I. O. Every b . ly sh-.til.l a.Mii tiiem-i.-lves of I he first opportunity to timUc au iuspect ; ti of the i:ev haid vare establishment o, Plunmiir, Lewis ci Co. E'fi.stoN Katis.- The various railroad ajithorities hae tixed the following rates from Tarboro for the sninni er. The tick- Is me good lor return until the 1st of NovLtider : lo Hickory Tarvcrn " Morgatitou " Ah.-vi lo ..21 80 . . 23 20 ... 2S do . . 20 l. .. 2i no .. 2i :0 .. 9 43 .. 8 10 " i nci s .s,,i-in!js Va " AlJ-glmiiy Springs, Va ' ' Montgomery Whi Sulpimr . ' hittrcip.s " Mortliea-l City A luagtdlic icent stock of hii'dwar. iff .tt the magnificent new store of Plunimer j "iat !'as ljCen discussed fcr some time : Lewis A Co. Give them h call. ' Onlered by the B'ard of County Com- i mis.sioners, That Teat's Bri'lgi b discon- An Emb.uu;o.Ti eGouaty Commissi,,,,, i tinu.-d, and that the Township Trustees Cr 1,5 'n''ir la'e meeting, oU Monday last, are hereby authorized to build a now-Pa.s-.ed an order prohibiting the superin- ! brhl.'- at s .me point betw.-en Tea's Bridge n i. tit o'the o rto piirchnso in the fu- and Falling Run, provided that the citi ture, at the esj c:ie f the c .urity, tu ;h j z.?Ub of the ne'ghborhop 1 open and put the ic.t-.s as .Migar, coffee, tea and lard. j road t said bi i l-c in good condition with r bt why oi therefore iyo did not hap I out cost io tie county, RUNNYMEDE PARK. THE UACES ON FRIDAY. ALL THE FAYORITES BEATEN. 1'rid y inoruing opened clear and iuvig oraii g, giving every indication of a Hue day's sport f lite lovers of the tutf. The indefatigable exertions of he build ing and track o lninittee had been success Hill in electing a large and comfortable Graud Stand, while the track had been carefully attended toand was in good con-dili- n, onsidvri:ig the limited space given fur iniprovetueut. At an iiirly hot.r a stream of people in buggies, carriages, horseback, and foot back, began to pour upon the coiu-e, and it was e-timated 'hut not less than live hundred witnessed th Sp.'KTS Of THE PAY. These embraced a nu.nber of trottiug and ruiui-ng races. The ii.t display for the amu-cment of the crowd was a irot tiiig niateli between the h lhv:i;g horses ; Pi-.oiioot, i:i:c, 12ili. and Phi'; mile heats, best two in throe. Tiio interest centered iu Proudloot and Klic, the other two being nearly distanced, but allowed tu ke p on t'ie even tenor of their way. A.t the be ginning i'ic was th-j lsvtrite, but as Pror.dii oz heal tlig th'st heat odds were abeut even. E ic won iha Srfcond heat, though the judges failed to nonce that he pa.-s.d the hue iu a fallo. Ebe also won ihe third heat, and raoc, notwitnsraudiug the protest of a lare nu.nber as to. lout driving. Seveial nioro trotting, r tinning, and pacing laces took place, Hie uauieof times, Ac, b-ing given belo. Ti.e ; CKICAT l.VKST f he (1 iy tlu closing rnuoii'g we between J rice's H.idoy a.id Statoii's FLna, sii.glc d.is'i, r.ii' mile. ihl'ieV was :hb t ivi-rite by long odds, t!uei to out be i g reeiy i tlered Hi her favor. Iha Nojtl.ein turf for the 1 at few nitiuths siiows tat it i I not always do to place t-'O much c"nlidc;fe up u a favorite. rids r.i.-e "ii Fi.-iay hist at iviiuuyuiude i'aik show luc same rcs-m. LTnfoi uiii-Uely Ilall.-y "as ci:n p-'.l :d t. ran with a new li.er, and the con.- iititiice Wis t:mt .-lie bohed ..l ti-e cti! rnicc gitt-,un.l was never iblo to lll.llv:' lip the I st Sp lit', lllO'.lg'i -h--:;ude a ta.i'iit i lb ft. T H ! i: a- i s. ri:oi i!M; Mdj l.cit-, Iv-t two 'li three i'li oo o.i h. I.N IIIS. C. II 1) ..ii r. b. u. 1'ion hoot 1 J J Stat .-.i A; Chuk. .-r. t-r- ilbc L '.vi . ,V !a ,cy, Ii. g. i'i l! iV. J. h-.. wiei.ee, b. , I'll .... 1 1 .. M 3 il . . d 11 r. d. w. da.-h bait ! !'(y i.iNMNo latn-Mtisln i II lie- l'l f !U l-lll j IM'.llt.s. i i. 11. lh !!., s. m. A'ic-; ? . J. l;inn ; I., in. i'li.ny s.i;.k: scih ' , i I Spu: k. ;ht, b. I Won by j U'..:.i- - a a:: y . i ! I i; ck. Alice s-L-ond, Ceil. '!':-:.' 1 l'o. ;rxs! in Ic - S. ; P.vi a. Tun c year oids, hah S.ia-le 'J.i.'i P-1 tiii'iin $ '. K.'l 1.1. S. t .-or. y. f. U p ; J It ii F. Kni'.t in Jiii'.;;!i-:J.?!i'U Peii-b.'i, b. f. L. I. ij. ( Gi si y. W i'ii b 1! .pe. Tim-,' 1 ini-ii:tc. MaIcI i'-.C 'i. llAiK-l.a.f tuiie heats - Ust tv.O III IhlCM. l-vi i. K . Tiaii ) Bar'...w Cream.... 1 2 2 l:-".: : ill- 1 ; ".. 1 .2 I i! N ,MS ,; KAc i a'.f nii-.e--s'ii :'.e dash pu m': m .;.. IXilU s. . !. P.iie. '. in. it. tu- y; L. L. S atou, -r. i. 1. n. V.'o.i b F. a. Time -ui in i.ute. T Attn '10 G fut ihi.t in a ii-s to -'dry ro' .Mi. - L tsa nolc-woi thy iiu.tiv town e eiVihii i: t'xecot i,".s-:p ami sc.n- r j dd. As gia .ide dissolved to jell, and then v.i to water, nly beau-e oi this, 1- v-i tn.u piotnised aliituieus enduring . , . as i.eiiveii, and as stable as truih, .--.pew ting luio u tn 1 1 : i i ' in .-t that tiiiin d to a .iaj-j, tcius, only Ucatisc. :; this. A j:lti,. r and a S' ii were set foot to foot with the fiery bieath ol anger t'nat would iieer cool ayuiii between them, only 1 e t-i use of this; and a hi shand and youi.g wUe, each strainii.g at the haled leash, which, in the bigii.ning had bttn the I golden bondage of a God-bhsseu lc-ve, tat j mom ni ti 1. l.y t he sid ol the grave where all their 1 ve and lay bin ied, and oniy because of th'8. I have .seen tiith trans loi n. to mean doubt, In pe cive piate to I i i ui di-soaii- anil chviilv take on itseil L'.ie leatuiei of black ma'.e volenee, alt be Ciiisc of the spill vioids i-t scandal, and ihe magic luutterings ol gossip. (Jieat cruiies work gnat wroiigs, snd tl e ileepcr tragedies of Lie spring ftoni its hugei passions; but woeful and most mel ancVoly aid tic uncatalogiicd tiagedies that itsue f rom g-issip and detraction, most inouruiul the shipwieck often made ot lijble na: in cs and lovely lives by the bitter winds and dead salt wutejs of slander. H e isy to i a , e. so haid to dispi ove, tnrow ihg on t o innocent, and punish'n.g thcip u.i gu by, if una jle to pluck nut the stings they never sei , and los lei.ee w. rdstney never heard. Gossip and siamier aie the deadliest and most cruel enemies of so ciety, and are only indulged in by persons of depraved minds und vitiated tastes. Pender & Jenkins offer their entire stock of goods at cost, to cash bujers. Now is the lime to save from 2o to 60 per cent, on your purchases. jyl7-lui. Teat's Uiiidgis. At the last meeting of th"- County Commissioners the following 0 der was passed in reference tg the re- 'construction of Teat's Bridge a subject ..... CoMCNICATEE, Halley vs. Flora. I know know that it is a difficult task to c 'livince any one i' (vt his jiedgir.ent is bad, s id especially when that judgment ti. a been the cause of his losing a little money. It may be that I am nimble to look nt the r .C; between the above named ho.'ses in a proper light owing to my little lossea on Friday. I also know .-that' it is the opinion of a good many, who saw the race,, t iiU the filly can beat the mar any Jayf on even terms. This, however, is not my opinion, and it isc!e ivtd at after a careful consideration of the following, it steins to me, good reasons: 1st. That the ware hacl the outside of i he track. 2d. Thaf she was run on the outside of tle track ou Uic fiitt curve. 3rd. Ti at she carried 9 potnds jnore weight. 4th. That she was-entirely out of c -in! t on; and ihiK, to my miud, hac inore to do with defeating her than any oth.r one cause. Now, no one cau doubt but that the cjlt is a good one; but for her to beat such a mare as Halley, at her age, I think is claiming enthely too much for her. I do claim that the m.ar can beat the fiijy, and, as one of her backers, demand that she be run aga nst the filly at some future day. llopiug they may meet this Fall, ut tlie Fall races of the Tar l,ier Jockey Club, and decide thepr relative merits, I remain, More?. A magnihcfjut stock of hardware, etc., at the u.auigcent newsioieof Pluiumei. Lewis & Co. Give them a call lo Be Ujsr-A.R d I'he roof of tic County Jail is said to be iu a terrible con dition uud the Couuty Ccminissionjis at their last meeting ordered ttiAt the roof be repaired or re covered at the expense of che c' tinty. As it now stands, the water pour through the roof during everj rain an 1 the comli ton of the prisoner is, ueces-ai ily, veiy uticoiuiortab e. Paints, Oils, V.nuishea and Colors sold at Dr. S.aton's di if; store as cheap a- cau be bought North, plus the fre gUt. LeaJ bom S lo 'JO cen'.s i-r lb. The I'ollowiii s jsiive lines are float. ing around. "A intle crib beside the bd, A iitilc lace atn.ve I lie spread, I A iiiiio ir-ek bi-hiiid tlie iloor, A l.t lie shoe u,m the li -or. '-Kk.no. j G.i an-l see Pinumier i t. :,, , their lie v stove. K.'tve peci vaie beam it'll i i y iii.-pl.iye . of iiurd- Mr. E. li.iv.-ls has Ucn appointed judge! iirimgnou. ine-ie i.ue, ,,1-xico una me of el -ct.on in the p'ajc ot Pi. L. Also,-. U'ei.ira! Am-rh-an republic, down the Th:- is on,---thu best selecious thai ! -1 '!" "f Andes' and aer -ss the pani- ciil.t have bc.-.i made, a."d v.e c- nialu- i i" ! i he J u') i- in having at the p IU such a ti lie and hi'Mcs' j'ldge. P.iiitunt-r, L rxU ic C HIT L .".vii it Co. Iiava reiuov-U I'.to their new t.-iv witn th i.iroest stock I h.u.!w..i-- tvi-r b :ong t u ih, State. ; Sai.k vv Vuk u. & T. 'llAii.noAD.-It seems mat Judge B-ud has . eco.isideri d i his la'.c dec 'si" u in .'"ird to the William 'on X- Tai-bor., lU-li o.ol. mill that ti e ! an.c ui lbesol ton Tuesday, -Jihh Auf i list, All llil'bolo. . mil j Everybody sh-.uid avail thcins.dvcs of tie tl.sfopp'n lunity t-i ujiiieai in -pec ! lion ui' :i:i-- new uai'd , a. e e.ili, IslllliCIlt t Piiliiinier, Ijeiiit ('o. ANiniiM; Vv ruAC Vi e n -gt-'i, M '. .Mao-ion, l as be mi ) i t mi h-'l lo ii-t I. s p -ii i.u in this co'tntv. Wiil t!i prop- r a.i;ii..r;;ic- ail ..v bin; to he a tiui'lidate ..i Vie? w k hiu. s:' : : (J- a'nl H'p Plnminer, Lewis & Co. in j t'ae'.r new stre. Kvery species of hard' i hmv bcanti'ullv disp4.ii 1. i I -Y' There a' e now seven' y t v f, taken car'- oi at the A.-v:'oo at Oxford. i'ARltont) rUOl'UCE MARKET ' in, p -r bii-.li. 1 . . .S?l (Ml ! Al e s l'e. , li.ieoll IIoo lb .Will ' ' llallln, hlfttlll" , Lit-d. per lb.... ...'. ' P.utter Cmmiry , " Firkin ! Potatoes Sa e '. - r br'.nl j " Iris , pef bllshel . T-i'low. p- r lb E-js, p.-r 'K"z n I ("I, ...1 ...w . . .T? c's . . .I'll cts . . .1a cts ...-tu Cts . . .5'i cts i 11 CIS 'l ci 10 Cis 3 tts 25 cts to 121 cts id cts l 00 5!) cts PL, cts : ,- , V owls j Kags, j!el- lb 1'ecswax, per 1 ij i Ihef. p-r lb I'rie'I Apt'los, prr b ; A , J'raudv. ,,.ra.d j vin. rS',-r- P' r i Ff-esh I'.-ik, per lb Tribute of Respect. Enr.Kcovr.r. Lono'-. N . I. O. O. F. ) Tarboro, N. G., Ann. 2, I87J. Whereas, God in his wisdom and at His own proper time has taken from us our zealous, resppfted nod much beloved bro ther, J. J. IIUsSEY. and, as ve believe, granted him membarship in that ''Lodge not made by hands eternal in t'(.0 Heav ens." And, whereas, his 'iundy Inlsl st a kind husband, and society a t.iost worthy mem ber. Be it Resolved, That submitting to the decree of God, we recognize the warning and will endeavor to live as he lived in order that we may die as he died a good O.'d-Fellow and respected cifz-m And be it further Resolved, Th it a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of the decease 1 biother as a tribute of respect to his memory, and as an outward demons- ration of our (.yuipathcfia sorrow with Jbem in this, their irreparable loss whose loss is our iosu. A. McCauu, E. ZOELI.HU, L. Chambehlain, Committee. Landrcth's Turnip Seds for sale at Dr. Statou's Drug Store, Rnta Baga, Large White, Flat, Dutch, Large Norfolk, &c. 21 A UK I E D . In Duplin county, on the 22nd of July. 1873, Capt. H. W. IlusiruKKT to Miss M. E. Kookck. both ofOns.ow. Ti c ceremo ny was performed at the residence of L. W, Hodges. Esq., by the IJev. Dr. Closs. DIED. In Edgecombe County, on Tuesday, the 5th inst , B'm. Okslow, yotingest sn of Dr. J. W. and Louisa Sueruod, aged about five v;ccks. I i Wilson, N". C, on Sunday, the 27th iastant., Lawbencb Auoustine, fon of Thomas C- ad Virginia Davis, aged 2 y?ars nr 6 mgnt'.is. . Died in Raleigh, on Fridiy, the 1st day of August, J. "J" OvERBT.-ih tha fifty fouith year of his ase. He leavct a wife and fyi r children to bemonrn their loss. For the Sjutherner. OBITUARY. Death of Wasuinqtoh Wasoxi ft cojorod maii, and a member of the Burial Society, It becomes our id and painful duty to an nounce the death of WASHrsOTOH Wilms,"" a highly respected and beloved, cituteu of tklgeeomb-?. , '--; . - " He jvas talccn speechless at his residence, wear Tarhorg, last Tuesday evening with oorT gestion of the hridn. Friday ' mbi-hing about 1 o'clock he was called aa' from this tem porary place of sorrow and' disease to-tliat far better habitation, where auch are felt and faced no more. "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away; blosaod be the name oif the Lord." The announcement of his death created qmtu a sensation, and deeply grieved a cousilerable circle of friends and acquaintances iu thj town, and also the entire neighborhood. . Mr. Wilson was a native of this county. At an early age, in his ljth year, he left for Vir ginia; after making comparativaly no prcgrf ss there for twenty-three years, in a financial point, ha resolved to return to tb place of hi birth, which h-j did five years ago; since that tima he has bem constantly at work, first farming, and afterward speut his last davs at his trade, that of shoemaker. Ho can un questionably be numbered among thosu good men vho have devoted all their time and earnings to situate their families! happily be fore parting of this life. Notwithstanding the many trials he has undergone by thu combined efforts of himself and dear companions, ho has left Ids, family in good oireu.-v.fdaTicrs. Mr. , Wilson was much esteemed : and be liked by hot h white and colored for his hon esty, sob: icty, firmness, and great desire to do good for the community. The Burial Society, recently organized, -of which ho was a faithful member, mourned his loss, and eeptpially fie melancholy condition of his'familv. SPECIAL XOTICESi The dremlfnl yellow disease is raging in his country, Dea'h staies you in the fa3e Why do you delay ? Go to the Drug Steve and get u papkage of Simnion's Liv er Kegiihttor, for one dollar, and remove the cause of this fatal disease. Keep your Liver in proper order ami there is no dan-.p.-of your being afflicted. Plunuiicr, Lewis & Co. have removed ,. ,i(.ir vew str0 win, iargt stock oi naiavvare ever urou-it 10 ine state. Xoptll ir the world ever had anything j like the circulation of A.veis' Pills. ..is o! ouin .-niii ci, iu negro villages, jtiii 1 toe fV r v ill w iids of Africa, through out the jimtles of Im'.ia, and tho stippcs of interior Asia, Viir tha coiitinetit of a M.ir ,i;., ,,,,, thn ivlnmbi .f lh P.-icilic. ,nese , i : .-; are known and everywhere t.,j as iAm-y ro:u rfies for dis .:ss. With Ji,ti,nt ,v,,i"ns' their wondoriul cures at Mct ,HOW 1!''"!lli ""T at hon)fc; (for the sent Miie'it ot woncJcr tuixes a far r 11 on t-icir minds th.in the re- '"' htgtier se'entific skid with u The a:a mni consnmod require seventy I . . . i i a . .- . . ... ue iii-iii.-a'ao vi iacs u u.i io .-aj.piy it. An inspecti'o.i of the inaniifuctory showed as how"; Ids enornions demand is made and sii-tniii- 'i. A. iu 'i 'cth'i constinim ate sk 11 -f their coiiip,)s:tion, is an extreme "are in the r nianut-ictur.', which at oii3 -ecuves the tno-t penVct matori.il rnl tiieir most le'U jti.' eiim'iina' ion. Tho c 'i -s.fpu'ice i a power ii'i'l cerninty in c"n t roiling l-seii- which n'hcr remeiiies never ittaaicd.- Fa t i more Courier. 40rEKTI$EHEm. JIUSSE JltO'S. -SCiRBIAfil HAITI1CTIR11S. TA IS BOKO, X. in AVING LEMOVED Tt THEIR v- w-i .. ... r..:.. wi .--.f ...i...m i - l OIC'ps. ileal .iiiim O'iri i, nncin tliey have on hau l a large stoca ol BUGGIES, which they will sell on vtry tic-onimoda-tini; terms. jne 26-tf. Buols. Horn : o : Banks tt Brown, propkietors, Just opened on MAIN Sri;llT, Nearly opposite the Drug Stoj(0 of Dr A. IL Afacnair, The jnibliii are respectfully informed that it is our mtei.tl n to make our X KW liWABLIHIMUXT first-class in every particular, and that no nams w ib b Hiiared to cive entire satisfaction. The house has been thoroughly overhauled and evervthing connected with tho fit nm-and of the best character. The senior j pattnerl Mr. BANKS, who has been engaged j in the trade ior a long uuiuoer oi years w.n have personal supervision of the bus-mess and the public well know that ho is fully com petent to preside over a Bar. We Keep Ifo Rooks, and none nee- ask for credit. We respectfully ask for a portion of public patronage. H. BANKS, J. H. BROWN, Proprietor Tarboro, N. C. june-tf. SWIFT GALLOWAY, Attorney svt Law, Sno T7r Hill COUNTY, J tine 13-tf. N. C. J. M. SPRAGIN'S, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, &c TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES, . Feb. 8 tf in. TARBORO. APVEilTISE.lIEXTS ODENHEIMEll BROS. LircrypJ Sald.and Ex? " change Stables. T A RBO ROU G H, N. Q. II9S8&3 asd Hulks constantly kept on hand for ajy or exchange. U&d HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR HIRE. Partic sent to all par's of the country at moderate-rates. Omnibus at Dpot on Arrival Trains. " . i .. fuiyu . Jqijiy W. White, CABINET MAKER, . ; AND ' -'." ' PITT. . STJ.IEET; : Near Odenheimer's Liverv Stables. " TAKBORt), i. C All orders in his line promptly filled. jy.9-tf- ADVERTISE IS THfj PAPER WITH TIIE LARGEST CIRCULATION- THE SOUTHERNER -HAS THIS CIRCULATION RATES LOWER THAN ANY PAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA IN .;. . PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION AD3nHSTEAT0E'S 2T0TICS. Having quaiirieil administrator of BL ZOIt.V'A. FLKMMING on t!i. 3'lth tiay of ib'NK, 187J, I hereby notify ail persons hav ing claims agairfd t!e d-ce;iseJ to exhibit the game to me, or to F11F.I). PHILIPS, my att'irucy, on or before tho Int day of .1 VG UsT 1871. Persona indebted will pl.-sse make pavriinat. W.M. It. W.lLST-iX, jy3-Ctp Administrator. This unrivalled Southern Ilemedy is warran- pid not to contain a singic purti dc'of murcury or auy mjiirious mineral srihstancc, but is " PU It ELY VEG KTAIILE. ....... 1..;.. o i,. i. i ...... . e.uiiii ii... su isi.-'-iiii'-rii iu..:. itii.i rieios, which an all wisn I'loviilenco has pl.ici ,1 iu countries where Liver I)scases m st pruvuii. It wiP cure all Diseases cause. I by derange- iiienf of the liver. Thu fViuptoms of liver complaint are a hitter or bad taste iu the month ; pain in the oars, mi or jomw. olten mist-'ki ii for rile a- : mutism; sour stomach; lots of appetite; bowels alternately eostivo and lax; headache; loss of J iu-iTiory, with a painful s--nsati.ni of having j failed to do something which oindit to have i been done; debility, low npirita, a tniok yellow j appearance of the shin and eyes, a dry rough ) ofteii mistaken for eonr-'umotion. Soin. times j miiily of these symptonif- attend the disc is.'. at others very lew; but the liv r, the lar-t" st ; or'an iu the bod'", is generally thw seat.of the j disease, and if riot regulated m tune, gn at sufferm-;, wreteheilness an ) death wiil eiisuo. Tliis i;r' at unfailing specific w iil m t be found the least unpleasant. For Dvspepsia, Cnnstiration. Jaundice, isil- ioti8 attacks. Sick Headache, t'olie, Jeprf-s-sion of Spirits. Sour Stomuche, H.-art Itnrn, Ac, Simnioiis' l iver l'eguator. or Menieine, is tlie duapest, pure-t and be : laniily medi cine iu the W. ti I ! ' Manufa' turcd onlv bv J H. Z El LIN & CO., Macon, fin., and Philadelphia. f V f f f a1 Time Tesls the Merits of all Tilings. ljfl! Oyer Thirty Yftars JUS Since jhe iatroduaf ion of Pcvvy Mayis' PAIN-KILLER. Has been tested in every variety o' climate, and bv almost every nation known to Ameri cans. ' It is the constant compani n and ines timable friend of the missionarv and the trav eller, on 'the sea or land, and no one should travel on our lakes or rivers without it. " 1 Since he ' PAIN-K1LLLH was tirst intro duced, and nipt with guch extensive sile, many Liniments, Beliefs, Panaceas, and other Remedies hae been offered to tho public, bit not one of them haw attain d the truly unvi able standing of the PAIN-K1LI.EB. WHY IS IT SO? It is because DMTS' PAlX-MLLER is what it claims to be a Believer of Pain. ITS lYERiT? ARE .UNSURPASSED. If yor. are Buffering from INTERNAL PAIN, Twenty to ?'hirty I'rops in a Little Vi'at. y will almost instantly cure you. There is nothing to opial it for Colic, Cramps, Spasms.lieart-burn, Diarrhae. Dysentery, Wind iu the Dowels, Flux, Sour siuiuaiU) isjspcjsia. Sick Headache, &.Ct, &c. In section, of the country where FEVER ANjD AGUE prevails, there is no remedy held in greater esteem. Persons travelling should keep it by them. A few drops, in" wattr, will prevent sickness or bowol troubles from chanu'e of water (Jure Cholera irhen ALL other Reme dies Fuil. When used externally as a Liniment, noth ing gives quicker ease in Burus, Cuts, Bruises. Sprains, sitings from Insects, and Scalds. It renioveb the lire, and the wound heals like ordinarv sores. Those suffering with BHEC MATTSal, tiOLT, or iJEUBALIGA, if not a positive cure, t ley find the f aix-Kii.i.ee gives them relief when no other remedy w ill. l elves iQjitaut rctirf from trhlng Teeth. Evory IJousckecper shonld keep it ut hand, and apply it on he firs' attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and sava hours of suffering. Do not trifle with yonrselvi s by testing un tried remedies Besuieyou cail for and get the genuine PAtN-Kli-LEB, as many worth ess uostrums are attempted to be sold on the lret vputatioa of this valuable medicine. 5 Directions accompany each bottle. ice ti cts., 50 tts., and $1 per Bottle TARISOIIO. REMOVED. Having completed our and moved into thcrn, we can now offer for ale a larger stock, and a greater variety of TOP and Nl) TOP P.UOK ES, light and strong than we have ever before been able to keep -in hand. OUR Rtyository or Show Room being large enough tc hold thirty finished CARRIAGES enables us to display fur work to tho better satisfaction of our custo i crs. We aro getting up nn ILLUSTRATE CATALCGUli and PlilCL LIST showing cine differ lit styles of carriages, with description and price of each, so that any person can order without seeing the earrijge. S eaial Attanticn paid to Impairing. Our now place of business is just ha!f-Wii-between tho oi l t-bn-p and iiain street. Don't for'-ret the place. irB-'-cnd fcr our I.lustratcd Catalogue and Price List. HUSSEY CROS. ap2t-tf ager mm -AND .RHINE WINE A.IjOO The Favorite Resort. fllllE UXUEIiSIGNEI) HAS RK J cently opened an Establishment of liie abore ot'Ier, in which he offers supe rior attractions to pleasure lovers, of Tuivi" and County. HIS L AGER 15 EE It e the finest and best ever brought to Tarboro ins HIIIiSE WINE Is pronounced incomparable HIS c G A II 8 Cannot he rivalled. BAGATELLE TABLE Affords innocent, yet exciting ami emeat. and ms General Management Is of the Li st ed uyl U jj.ni'i Ic. cbiijite! i I He r-'pp-'-tfiilly invite- the Pnbhc to his! I Hons--, f c'in confident of be :n ;;'i!i' to I niatit aeii a.ui every visitor pass a p!caant hour or two. St.i"id..-0.i the i-oriier L.-ar the old Cr-icoiv i,t J j i j March 21-tt. ; - TAPPOflO Ui a ve now in stock ji m ost complete assortment of Children fully or iats, aney i A large stock Sheetings A BOOTS Gent's Furnishing Goods. Trunks and Yalises in all ises anu ssiapes. Htivlnrr ptiiiuip.! fij" tho iVnrtb. i v Undertaker's Department ern ltJarkets we can oner to our cus-i Always on hand at the Lowest Cash Price. tomcrs and to the public a Well and ! Mahogany, Walnut,Poplar& Piop carefully selected stock of excellent! lOofHxis, , i AGZAT FOB Uoous. L. HEILBRONEE & BR0. T.4KKORO. tie meb mum OK It C. BROWN, QN I 11 STREET Is still full to overflowing with a miign ficent stock of PRING AND SUMMER G O 0& S, selected with a special attention to the wants and necessities of this market tits assortment of Ladies DRESS GOODS will be found unrivalled as to QUALITY, QUANTITY and PRICES containing the choicest selections of POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, ALPACCAS, VELVETS, VELVETEENS, &c, &c His assortment of FAN(! Y XOTIO.YS, such as Laces, Edgings, &c.. can not be surpassed. Particular attention has been paid to his SHOE DEPARTMENT, which embraces the finest specimens of Ladies. Gent's, IPys, Misses A CbilJreus SEWED AND PEGGED SHOES, in Morocco, Kid, Grain, Kip, Calf, &c. His Grocery Department always rnll! Best Factory Cheese & Orange Co. Butter constancy ou hand. dim Jura 'Mini INK mm 1U1U1, U 111)13, mUlUJUuuIiu, 1)1 UUlu at lowest cssh pfices. The Highest Market Price Paid for COTTO ixr. it.; C, BBOWN, deco-Sm. TAIIBOKC ADYETt-TTSE outaernor Boys and Men. A carer selected stock of Goods. pf brown and bleached mid liirtifiigs. full line of AND SHOES. Goods and RALFIGH FEMALE SEMINARY, b: Aii!:it;si. v. F. P. IIOP.GOon, A.M., ) p . . ., A.F RFDD.A. M., f r.MC,.h. En. L. Vov MEVEIiriOFF. v.f Vienna, Music Dei'ai't'nei.t. The imposing new buildi: gs, with it inipro-. ved school apparatus and rccjntly furnished musical outfit, will oo opn on September 1st, 1S73. 7"he Faculty Ins bfen larcclv mevfts"!. The Mnsic Poortnient i in charge of Prof. Vmi Meyerhotf, a pnril ot KubeiiHtcin. '1 hn Professor is a brihttiin performer, and linn sue -ceded well as a teach r of vocal and in strumental miisio in this State. Annly for, catalogue. ju'v 3-2 m. OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL, OXFORD. N. i It H. G HAVES, i 1 1,lclr. The FAf.L TEhM of 1S73 will opea on tha 28tho"Jnly. Circulars sent on applica'ioo. July 3-lm. SELECT Boarding and Day School, HiUsboro, N. C. THE MISSES NASH AND MISS Kofiock will resume th" exercise of their School on Friday. 25th July. Circulars for warded on application. 1nc2"-2m .. WILSON Collegiate Institute, Aprictiltural, Couirnerciid, Normal and Oo.'-j legiato Donartmrnts. Fall term opens Octo ber 6. 1873. Entire average cxpeuset, 1200, per vcar. Aildress, f" r ( attdogue, S. HASSELL, jyl0-3m- WiUon. N. C. Peace liAstUnle, A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FCR YOUNG LADIES EALEIGH, N. C. Rf;v. R. BUR WELL, Principal. I. B.BPRWF.LL. A. M.. ) Associate- S. J. STEVENS, A. M., i Principals, Prof. A. P.AUM ANN, Instructor in Vocal an j Instrumental Music. There nre two depsrtmi tits Academic nn ColU-s-i ite. The Fall Session commences thu Ut of . September and e'ews Decern In r 10th, 1 73. 'i'he .Spring Fossion enmnx nres the tetli of January ami clos .Tnly 3d, 1874. F" r Catalogue containing fud purticulars f4( to terms, ic , address, Rev. R. BURWELL & SON. jv:0-8w REALIGII. N. O, Ruffian Select School. The Fourteen Session opens JULY 17, 1S73 Ooid, Board, including everything except iishts. $12 per month. Tiiidou per s-ssion of tnentv week, $15 and i 1-or circulars, etc., address, JAMF.S L. LFP.KV, Principal, Ruffian Station, CssweR county, N. C flMlE SETAMFT. 1 C TT( N PLANT. Having been thor .iichly repur d, wtd RL -SI.'ME her regular trips on Tar Kiveroij MONDAY, 11th Ju'v. JOHS MYERS SONS, ivll It A"eUIS. tiik jisi:.vt ;ah;si, OF II 11 ut ii SI i s o v y r .Ills' published, in a Sealed E ivoiups Price six cents. A Ta-ciure on Ihe Nnture. Ti-eittiiioi t mid Radical cure ot Kperinatorrl q.-1, or minal Wiakness, Invobintary Ein'siiioni:, Sexnul Debility, and Impediment to riarn.io'u ,'ctKTady: Neryonsuess, Consnnipti'-.n. Lp 'lepy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca tmeitv. result ill!? from Self-Abuse, etc. By KOBEBT J. CCLVEPWELL, M. D., Au thor of the '(iri-en Book, &c. The world-renowned author, in this ad tniinb Iificture, cleurly irov s from big own experience that the awful cohsi ipiea ces of Self Abuse may he rn't ttually remov ed without medicines, and 'without danger ous s'U-g'c.il operations, boogies, instru ments, rinsjs or coiiliuli;. poiirinu "ut a mode of cr.ii at opcie enta'n and irlectual, by which every s ffeier. no matter what his condition may be. may euro tiu-eH' cheap ly, privately and ru'licaHy. This lecture will pre ve a boon to t'uonsauds and thous. ands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of SIX cents, or two po-t K.anips;. Address the publishers. CH AS. J. C. KLIXE A CO., 127 Bowery New York, P. q. Box, 4586. jy-15-ly. THE T-AJLITJOIIO BOOK STORE Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of Bs,OLvS, STATIONERY hi id "Fancy Goods, Subsci iptloiis received for Apple'oi 's Journal, mon'hly atui weekly. 'I'he Popn'ar Sci.-nre, monf lily. The Psyco'ogical .ToKinai. The Now York Medical j'Uirna'. Godo's La ly's Book, with which a flna 'C)irm, of "Our Darling" is givoa to every subscriber. Any book n"t in bt'-ck orden d at Puby lishct s prices. II. el. HI M JAMS. uov. 28 fcm. TAP.BORO. "VTUTICE TS II Kit KM' (ilVEN 1' that, on the night of tin 22d nintan, my son, Almerin (oimmcr, (r. t the timo hired to Janng Hodge), left his heme and employ inent, without my consi-rt er knowl cls. " He is niid r age, ami wnriiiiiK is also hereby ftiven io hll who ma harbor or employ huu- in such case the law will be enforced, eijas oi;i.M..i:r., jne 2C-lm. 1 Tarboro, N. C. J, E. SIMMONS, CABINETMAKER ANLf UNDERTAKER. Has always ou hard for sa'e, cheap for c-irb,. Wardrobes. Bureaus. Weststands Bedsteads. Matrasses. Writing Desks, Tables, Chairs, &c Fisk's Metallic Ccrfins ' furnishee! at shorteiit notice 3. E. SIMMON?, i..i..bro, Jaij. 9-Cui.