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The Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, August 14. 1873. Another Delay. Notwithstand. ing telegrams we failed to receive our paper in time for this issue and conse queutly are detained io puLlicatioa one day. Such things are vexatious, but what can't be cured must be endured. The Vote in, Tirboro. By returns published in another part of the paper it -'ill be seen that tbe negroes oted in this township almost solidly ajainst the Constitutional Amendments. This was considered somewhat astonish ing as the Radical leaders had professed an inclination to use no influence in the matter and. for once, let the colored ele ment exercise their own discretion unin fluenced by the party whip and lash. But nevertheless the fact that the issues involved were entirely devoid of the least particle of partizan chaiacter, yet leading Repbnblieans, white and black, were bus. ily engaged the entire dav in changing the tickets anl the result was that the negro vote wai almost solid against the Amend men s. A very small white vote was polled and no cand;dates nominated. As a matter of couiss the entire Republican ticket for the township was elected, and a eweet scented crowd It is. The lull vote of the county will be found elsewhere. Pon't forget that W. A. Mehegan, the great tobacco dealer of Norfolk, Va., Bells the flnest cigars ever sent to this market. Ilia "Hankers" are unrivlled, both iu quality anl manufacture. Send your Older to W A. Jlrhepan, Norfolk. A Bio Yield. The Greenstioro Patriot furnishes the following instance of a tall yield ol'a turnip patch by Mr. W. W. Young, of Guilford County, which shows how farming may be done to profit. Edge combe farmers could read and learn. Last summer he prepared a piece cf land for a turnip patch, sowed tho seed about tiie last of August; he then took a common washpan full (a little over half gallon) of common winter oats and sowed them broad cast and brush I theui in. Tne turnips yielded well and he led between 40 and 50 ix-uous on them during the winter and had pienty of greens for spring use. Tho last Saturday iu June he cut the oats, and had a yield of 27 dozen, and tsix sheaves, lie tben thr.ishi-d 24 dozen and 8 sheaves, aud it yielded 17 bushel.? of oats wi.ighin" 38 pound to the bus! el. Seve.al stalks were counted and in one instance 10' were found to proceed from one grain. How js tuj3 for CLl'.-f The popular plaue to buy Watche Clocks ami Jewelry is at Bell's. He d als lamy, treats his customers courteously and maksit a point to render satisfaction to all. And Still AxuranB. Duiiu the past few iutks we l,ttvu 1,0,! called upon to notice Aovera! attempts made by ne 1 . - . . . "oes to umruvr wnite ni-n in the n:cri,t time, bv ca ling th,sru from tjacir duelings on vuious prct-xtn, au.l assaulting them un awares' The List instance took place in Martin cunty la.,t week, when, on a certain night, JUr. Jo.: U'elu was h.il )d by a negro, sta ling that he had aomo messaje lrom a neighbor. As Webb weut out, he was attackod and rendered insensible from repeated blows tng his victim for dead, proceeded to ran- 1 sack tli';h 'use and uccce.led in securing booty to the extent of Mxty-flve cents. He imine-liately left tho county and nothing ni.' has be.-u heard of him. He was not identified a-id nu trace left of him- Pender & Jenk.ni offer their entiie luck 01 -oous at cost, to cah buyers NoW is fh. til,. r rt- . m. - c in,m 10 nu per ceoi. ou your purchases. jyl7-lm llXM. i.i seems to us mat an indistinct i,lea (dreamily it is true)that a certalu body of men, commonly ictoguized and acting as Commissioners of tho Town of Tarloro, not long since passed or renewed an ordinance about the running at large of any of the porcine spe cies in the streets of the 'Bur-b, after 1st August. Oui memory also faintly suggests to us that some days alter such an order the efficient Cleik .,f the B Jurd had posted in almost every imaginable place about town notifications of kUch effect to hog owners. Observations along the streets for the past few days made us calmly ask oar flelves U wa could have possibly made mcha gross attempt at imagiuatif n, or had our worthy City Fathers reconsidered their order and permitted every hog, pig( of Loth low or high degrre, to usurp the mastery of the s reels. Our mind i con siderably mixed on the aubject and we desire light. Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Colors sold at Dr. Siaton's drug store as cheap as can be bought North, plus the freight. Lead from 8 to 20 cents per lb, StCNiFic.iNT.-It is very" significant fact that i the lare negro counties of the East went heavily at the Amend Jen., for instance Edgecombe, Warren, JIalifar, Cj-aven, New Hanover and others'. JSeeret mstrnctions are said to have been sued to that effect. There was I.i!8 opposition iany 0f the catern counties Landreth's Turnip Seeds for sale at Dr baton's Drug Store, Jiut Baga Large White, Flat, Dutch, Large Norfolk, &c. A L-MBaa, Many of our citi?ens fvI read with inte.est ilW following Com- Fi.u.eu,ry OOUce from tno Raleigh jjew s way who lately viaito) W, and attracted much attention by her "".' powers ; Mr. B. C. Pearcehnd family, of Green- JarT0 bet 8WinK at the "f"" fw - ral days, will leaa for KHtrell Springs tJlis morni While Si aJUT; rt Cn danghur, ? ? f a" f t,1ftted Duml' of frmnds x.l Jer qu.,ke sirging. Her vol i ... L rar. ar. sweetness ftnd volume, and its train, itt reflects much credit r. . ' " ocimeiaer, while at Si aun- oti, irgmw. Una so wonderfully fified MauiB. ana so proficient at h r age well te-erves to receive pot only the i J. n n a- t . . " """ "Cj- "orna y the schools M the -ui;zp 1 ; . . EDGECOMBE ELECTION. A Full Siatement of the Vote. TVe give below a carefu'ly revised list of the vote on Thuasday last, as furnished by the She riti and Register. It will be seen that the Amendments were defeated in the county, owing to the stren uous exertions of certain Republican leaders. township so. 1. For Justices of the Peace A McCabe 390, Mac D Mathewson 353, K S. Taylor 346, C S Camper 341, J II M Jackson 77. For Clei k W P Mabson 348. For Constable C L Drake 356. Eor School Con. mitt eeB J Keech 359, Turner Eedmond 354, J E Simonson 354. Constitutional Amendments. For. Against. Public Debt 90 327 Public Works 86 333 State Census 90 S30 Exemptions 88 33 University 91 333 General Assembly 88 327 Code Commission 90 39 Office Holders 90 ?2s) townshtp no 2. For Justices F M Whitted 240, J J Harris 240. For Clork James Howard 240 For Constable S D Williams 207. For School Committee Henry Black 240, Hilliard Kniibt 240, Peter Battle 240. Amendments. For. Aeainst. Public Debt 51 Public Works 261 Stale Census 259 Exemptions 259 University 43 General Assembly 38 Code Commission 39 .... Office Holders 38 township no. 3. For Justices of the Peace II EBarfield 14!, Geo. W. Howard 148. For Clerk R II Davis 146. For Constable Cornelius Staton 148. For School Comm'ttee Eras t us Cherry 150, W G Turner 149, J W Howard 113. Amendments. For. Awamat r"uo;ic ueot 25 Pabllc oiks ....25 Stite Census ..25 Exemptions "25 University 25 General assembly 25 Code Commission 25 Oiflce Holders '.'.!'.V5 TOWNSHIP NO. 4. For Justices of the Aeace N B Bellamy 177, D B Batts, 177. For Clerk B F Mayo 177. For Constable B F Allsbrook 148. School Committee E M Bryan 177 B Ruts 177, Mac H Weathersbee 176. Amendments. For. Public Diht 5- Piihlic Works "57 State Census 59 Exemptions c7 University 57 General Ati-emUv 57 Again" t 16 lti 1G7 16 167 107 Code Commissi' n 57 16 Office Holders 57 ig TOWNSHIP NO. 5. r.or Justices ot the Pea e Ainion Hart 60, Benjamin Johnston CO. For Clerk II L Leog, tt 67! For Constable Ezra Bradley 68 For Scliool Committee Benj Johnson 03, Benj Brown 6S, Lewis Bullock OS, Amendm nts. For. Public D -l-t 32 Public Works 31 State Census 29 Kxemptions 32 University 30 General Assembly 30 Code Conimissiou :!7 Office Holders 31 Against. '0 200 2(j0 202 200 1U9 195 195 TOWNSHIP NO. 6. for Justices of the I ace James W Dranghau 290, L G Estis 288, H ienry Thomas 275. For Clerk Wm. F. Draughan 290 For Constable C C Cherry 287. ror.-clvl Committee Mathew Allen 277. A D. racy 156. Amendments. For. Public Debt 98 Against rul:ic w oi ks Stftie Census Exemptions University Geriejal 8-eiuhy.... Code C'omin:'S.sion OUice Holders TOWXSHIP For Justices of the 364, Willis Bunn 360. .106 ..90 ..91 ..94 ..D5 ..X0 ..8j 7. NO Peace -K C Pope F..r Clerk J U Odom 360. For ComUble A L Joyi er 3C2. For School C o nmittee W H Odoni 3S1, Joe Hill 361, Sam. Cooper 361. Amendments, for. Public Debt S8 Public Works 58 State Census 58 txemptions 58 University 5g Genera! Assembly 58 Code Commission 58 Agiinst 3G0 360 360 360 3G0 3H0 300 361 Office Holders 58 TOWNSBIP NO. 8. For Justices of the Peace R S Williams 147, W R Cobb 115. For Clerk W D Ricks 115. For Constable J P Stallings 114. For School Committee J B W Norville 114, Wm Heame 113, Howell Vines 132. Amendments. For, Public Debt 3(j Public Works 'hr Against. State Census ,t3g Exerapti ns ...36 .." University '33 '" General Assembly 36 Code Commission 35 Office Holders 36 TOWJfSHIP no. 9. For Justices of the Peice R J John son 56, Elisha Harrell 41. For Clerk J A B Thome 65. For Constable-W S Crisp 43. For School Committee Jas G Owens 33, W F Edwards 32, J W Bridgers 27. Amendments. For. Public Debt 6 Public Works. '.6 State Census .6 Exemptions g University 6 General Assembly""" " . 6 Code Corunrssion 6 Offie Holders. . . . m . 'm 6 TOWNSHIP NO. 10. Against. 23 22 22 22 22 22 22 For J ustices of the Feaca J C Moore 57, Robt Walston 57- For CJerk John J Lewis 58. For Constable Willie Edwards 56. Fcr School Committee-Martin Gordner 64, Button Edwards 54, Jason Barron 43. Amendments. Fo-ijAgainst. Public Debt an Public VVoiki 38 State Census 38 F.Kemption 38 University 30 General Assembly .11 17 Code Conm i gion 38 Offic Holders... .,, .., 89 TOWJfSflIP NO. 11. For Justicei of the Peace W A Dug gan 88, Dempsey Thome 68. For Clerk Isaac W Garrett 96. For Constable Joshua Killebrew 81. For School Committee C B Kil lebrew 98, S D Proctor 97, General Bullock 98. Amendments. For. Public Debt.... 21 Public Works 21 State Census '. .'.21 Exemptions 20 University .!.. 21 General Assembly 21 township no. 12. Aeainst. 1 1 4 1 For Justices of the Peace W T Gay 242, Thcophilns Thomas 232, John N 1 ay tor 10 1. For Clerk W J Calhoun 185. For Constable R S Petway 238, lr School Committee John Vaueban AO. T". 1 " . 1 mi - .. . . - r. O cusiiia x nomas zou, s u spicer 174. Amendment. For. Against. 164 Public Deb' 71 Public Works 68 State Census.... 61 Exemptions "34 University ...67 General Assembly .68 Code Conimissiou 68 OfBicce Holders 68 TOWNSHIP NO. 13. For Justices of the Peace John 178 179 209 181 178 174 180 Lan- caster 154, David Lane 88. tor Clerk ti P Jenkins 146. For Constable H C Bullock 165. For School Committee Guilford Moore 143, Lawrence Lane 143. Jordan Rhodes 143. Amendments. For. Against. 72 77 72 77 77 77 7fi 77 Public Debt 39 Public W orks 37 State Census 3ft Exemptions 37 University 37 Ge eral Assembly 37 Code Commission 38 Office Holders 37 TOWX8HIP no. 14. For Justices of the PeaceJohn J Prnc tor 95, Wells Daws 73. For Clerk Sam H Thome 103. For Constable John C Bobbins 86. For School Committee Rnftis Rnirnr 40, Benjamin Whitehead 30, Harry Pitt 40. Amendments. For. a Public Debt 31 t-unnc works 31 State Census 31 65 05 65 65 65 65 65 Exemptions 27 University 31 General Assembly ."31 Code Commission. 31 Orfire Holders '"31 TOTAL. For. Against 1st Amendment 654 1381 2"d " 861 1404 " 1397 4th " 807 1444 5'h G25 1397 oh " G27 139U 7ih " 628 1390 8th 623 1397 5,675 11,209 The reneral ukik ri y asrainst bcin about 600. The Female Seminary. At a meet ng ot the Hoard of Directors of this Institn lion, held last week, a call was ordei ed for twenty per cut. of the stock suoscribed, this being the second installment called for. We understand it is the intention of th Directors to proceed at once with theccn struction of the necessary buildings, and tor that purpose are endeavoring to make a contract for 350 000 brick. it possible, they intend to have the buildings entirely covered by frost. The total amount subscribed is f 16,400 out quite a number of the stockholders have failed to pay the first installment or dered some months ago. We congratulate the community upon the improved prospects of this desirable I nsti tution. MisuxnERoiANDixo. We regret that th Jmlgesin the late races at Ilunnymeda I ark, and other parties have felt offended at certain allusions made in ih ic Socthkbnf.b concerning the races. Nothing could have been further from o:ir thoughts than to wound tho leelines i mi y, es eciaiiy tue parties comn ainino. all of whom we have looked upon as good i.vu'jb bliu ucueci. gcn:iemen in tyerv ""P1"'" upvermeiess, we must cou- ii, i - ss it is impossible for us to perceive in nat the otltnco consisted, esurn iallv sr. c. - . . " J "c me ourseivtrs concerned. Iiavnio- nlv l-XnntCcoH (liaimmUn. f . nn I 1' . . f 1 1 . j 1 . 1 .u .luiun, ui a Lrrrafc na- vUD uubu, anu neittier ao we mns we transcendeil lournalistic nmnri ty or liberty in the ks aiiuded to But we intend this as the amende ti n orane, and trust it will be received in iho same spirit it was written. Removed. We neglected to notice l.isi weer. the chansie in the exnress hiislnea 01 xarooro. jur. w. L. Smitli havinir re signed the position of agent on account of u iieaun, me appointment wassunnlied l.v the selection of Mr. N. M. I emieman iu every way competent to th Itie iffice has a'so betp removed, and i low located iu the store of Mr. Laurence. mmea.aieiy unaer the toctHEBNta office The family of llev. Mr. Dodson hayj the eartfelt sympatnies of the community in V- l- . r .u . uo iub vi nieir eioest son. unnr he. n right little fellow of ten years oge, who died on Sunday morning last, after a very snort lijness. How So? The Raleieh News savs that yju mesuay lasi J. . Liopg, deputy of f the State Grance. oreanized a Grnrt at 1 arboro, with W. D. Uarrisson as Mas- ter. Go away from home to learn the neirs. Probably Rocky Mount was meant. IIckrah fob Them ! In the Townships. Lower Conetoe. Unrjer Conet Oft. T7riiM Fishing Creek, there was not a s.nrie vote against the amendments, and only one at pin ia. iHAREIEO. In Duplin county, on the 22d of Julv. 873, Capt. W. H. Humphrey to Miss M. iloonce, both of Onslow. The ceie- mony was performed at the residence of L. W. Hodges, Esq., by the'Rey. Dr. Clo. 9 I E P. In Tarboro, August 11th, Lizzie, only fiauguier 01 oucaner ana mry Kodgeis. age 4 years and 3 months. In this place, August 10th, Chablii Cabteu Donsoa, son ol Key. C. 0- and M. J. Dodsou; aged 10 years, 8 months and 10 days. Died at the residence of Lewis Cotton, Ei.fi., near Woodville, Bertie County, JJ. C, on Wednesday, July 1 5th, 1873; Lewis t'oTTKsr, only son of M. L. & Maggie Wood, aged 11 months and 4 days. Near Aurora, Beaufort county H. C,,on Tueday Jn'y 15th, after a brief ilh.ess. Martha Epgbnjk, agerj 3 years aud 8 months, only daaghter of Stephen S. and Maty E. Deal. N ar Popular Tent Cbrtroh, on the 4th of August, Mrs. Catherene D. Kellough, wife of W. C. Kellough, and daughter ot S. Winecoff, aged 30 years and 11 days. Phebe L. VaDbofk, of Person cornty July 25, 187?, io her 77th yearj ' OBITUARY. Died on the second of Julv. in Los An gelos county, California, aged about sixty years, air. x uederick K. Pittman. The deceased was a native of Halifax county, Jf. C, and raised in 8cm land Neck, where he was well known thirty jcars nuo. me writer 01 tnis, who nas known him from his' boyhood, can truth fully say he never knew a more exemplary nan. He possessed flue business habit.-, ami was ror a number or years judge 01 Probate in the county of Jackson, Fli., 2 wnere nis worth as a gentleman, and effi e cut qualities as an officer, were wel known. Ha was modest and unassuming in his manners, never seeking office or position, but wa generally s lected by inenas in Jackson county, r la., to settle their estates. His honesty, capacity and judgment qualified him for the trust re posed in him. He was one whom calumny never reached. He lived aid died worthy and useful member of the Metho dist Church, and is now doubtless reaping in Heaven the reward of a well spent and useim me. j n p( TARBORO PRODUCE MARKET Corn, per bushel , $100 Meal, ' .$1 20 reas, - $ 1 50 Bacon Hog Bound , 18 cts " Hams, sngar , 20 cts Lard, per lb 15 ct Butter CMntry 40 cts FiAin 50 cts Potatoes sweet, per bushel f. . " Irish, per bushel $150 Tallow, per lb 12 cts Eggs, per aoaen 20 cts Ohiokens 25 cts fowls, . , 40 ots Kags, per 10 ; 3 Cta Beeswax, jer lb 25 cts Beef, per lb 6 to 121 cts Dried Apples, uer lb 10 cts Annie Brandy, peral 24 On Vi legar, per gal. 50 ots breshPork, pur lb i2j cts 1DTERTISMEXTS. Beware of Counterfeits ! JOB ESOSES' "i&SBiiS Art nSamn.UoB. or SiiSrSliSSrtS Clrnilar in Sbciisfa OtnuM aad TubiiIi j 1 Mil bottU (ItmJbU dirMtioa and dTS!' The unnxi PUk an arid at mum dn atom, kat RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. -BBTAJTB PCUomC WARI9 gw Oouma. Oom, Amu, Baotnarns. Sou bw, nc itaM. of medicine ud u, aJTia 2K THfCREAT FREWCMT REMEDY. BEXtAKABBlTfl (PEcmc PIXXS. yiti bT j SAaANcnaji. No. 114 Roe LooLbsrd. p-T ' liIS.!?, Tfy? ioounwrfodiy the onHr. 1 n . mauw mm torn voir M inmlloK of SjMRMtoniioM, or taubal 1 bibty. and oil the fkMjr tnim of DwT pthOTrmKli. fail. and haTob with wtooiSt tbo put U roan. Pampfclot of AhmVuTmmmh, m wiBboosntrVw to aay addnom. rricallm Box. Sank by mail. ZeanftTaZLi Ji-Ef taiion. on roeaint nt wim K d Apnt, niou, NOTICE ! NOTICE ! I i win rent out lor the ensuing year, at ine premwes, the lat ds belonging to the Heirs cf RICHARD BYNUM, Ueceascd, n Saturday 16th day f August next. Terms made known on day f rental. JAMES 11. EXUM, Arfm'r. IMPROVEMENT o Bar and Grocery. 1 take this means of informine- th nnhlu generally, and my old customers in particular, that 1 an new prepared to offer them stiil Greater Inducements both in tte Liquor and Groeerv DonartinBr.fa. I have recently largely increased my facil ties for business, havinc added a cinti inm and pleasant room to which THE BAH has been removed, and it is now one of the nest arranged in the Town. LIQUORS are now sold at greatly reduced rates. Plain Drinks of every kind 10 cents. MIXED DRINKS, 15 cents. , The removal of the Tiar tiaannaMrwi tn largely increase my Grocery Department, in wbteh will be found every specis of goods in that lino. Theao are offered at th LOWEST PRICES, and cannot be excelled anywhere. The highest cash prices will be paid lor Hides, Was, Sheep-Skins aid Wool. Knowmtr that I have en ham! a 1aiyA itir ANYWHERE, I ask of the public a portion of their patron age, with tlie assurance that fh'1 aatii.fa,!tinr shail b e given. A. B. ROANE. THE Endless Lever OR CHAMPION HOUSE MOVER! Patented Jan. 14th, X873 50 PER CENT. SAVED BY ITS USE BUILDINGS OF ALL KINDS, GIN Houses, Quarter Houses, Cotton Screws, Barns, &c, moved and warranted to be done without damage. All orders from the counties of Nash, Hal fax and Edgecombe, should be addressed to BASSF.TT & REAMS, Mar 20-tf. Tatboro, N. C. BHImAJBKKSS'mB''Wmmammmmmi AOVEUTISExTlE.TS ODENHEIMER BROS'. Livery, Sale and Ex change Stables. TARBOROUGH, N. 0. Houses aso Mules constantly kept on hand iur Bivio or exenange. GOOD HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR HIRE. Parties sent to aH parts of the country at moderate rates. , Omnibus at Depot on Arrival Trains. julyU ADamnsTBATos's notice. Jlavin8 ona'ined as alministrator of BA.L- j-iji., xoia, noreuy notuy an persons liay ing olaims agaivt the deceased to exhibit the same to me. or 4o FRED. PHTT.tpn m. attorney, on or before the 1st day of A V&UST xcisuua inaeotea win please make Jy3-tp Administrator, f f ? 1 f ffff Timecsla lie Merits of all Things. 18$ Over Thirty Years Since the introduction of Perry BaYis' PAIN-KILLER. Has been tested in ua oy almost every nation known to Ampri- uauu. xi u tne eonaiant ootnpani n and inea timatri'j frieud of tha e,ler, on the sea or land, and no one should truvfl nt, .m l.la. : .1 i 1 Since the PAIN.KII.I.K!i t ,(.. " u a v iu u auced, and met with snob extensive gale many Liniments, Beliefs, Panaceas, and other not one of them has attained tKo tr immuuicB une ueon onerea to tn nnh K able standing of the PAIN-KILLER. WHY IS IT SO ? It is because DAVIS' PATN.VTr.Trn .-. what it claims to be a Reliever of Pain. ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. If you are snfferinff from ISTOHKJtd Twenty to Thirty Drops in a Little Water will almost instantly euro you. There is nothing to equal it for Colic, Cramps, Spasms,Hf nrt-burn, uiarruae, uysenierj, Wind ia tbe Bowels, Flux, Sour Stomach, Dyspcysia, Sick Headache, &c, Slc In sections of the country where FEVER ANT3 AGTTF. prevails, there is no remodv held in estroin. Persons travellinfr Hhoiil1 Ifpcn it. lttr them. A few drops, in water, will prevent sickness or bowel troubles from change of water Cure Cholera tclten ALL other Heme diet Fail. When used externally as a Linimbvt. noth ing gms qnmker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises, .iiiiun, oiniK iruni insects, ana Scalds. It removes the tire, anil the wound heals like ordinary sort s. 'j'liom siuTenng with liHEU MATlfSM, GOUT, or NLURAUGA, if not a positive cure, ti ty rind the Pais-Killeb gives them relief when no other remedy will. It (jiyea Instant relief from Aching Teeth. Every Housekeeper should keep it at hand, and apply it on the first attack of any Pain! It will give satisfactory relief, aud save hours of sud'enufr. Do not trine with youreolvi a by testing un tried remedies Be sure you call for and pet the gonuino PAiN-KlLER, as many worth ess nostrums are attempted to bo sold on the Ireat r mutation of this ralmblo medicine. yDirectious accompany each bottle. Ue i5 cts., SOct., and $1 per Bottle HUSSEY BRO'S. CARRIAGE MAIHFACTORERS. TARBORO, JT. C. HAVING REMOVED TO THEIR New Shops, near Main Street, where they have on hand a large stock of BUGGIES, h they will sell on very accommoda- whi tin" terms. jne 26-tf. Banks & Brown, PROPRIETORS, Just oponed op MAIN $TtE.T, Nearly opposite the Drug Store of Dr. A. H. .Macuair, Tho pubb'e are respectfully informed that it is onr intention to make our XEW ESTABLISHMENT first-class in every particular, and that no pains will be spared to cive entire satisfaction The house has been thoroughly overhauled and everything connected with the is new and of the best character. The senior partner, Mr. BANKS, who has been engaged m the trade for a long number of years will have personal supervision of the business and the public well know that he is fully com' patent to preside over a Bar. We Keep STo Books, and none neol ask for credit. We respectfully am iur a porwou oi puunc patronage. H. BANKS, J. H. BROWN, Propri etor Tarboro, N. C. jnoe!8-tff THc BROWN (Cotton (Kin. PLANTERS should examine the abore named old and reliable Gin before buying any other. It combines the re quired qualities of Simplicity. Strength and durability, It gins fast and clean, makes excellent lint (often bringing 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 thirty years' experience in the business, and war-ant every gin perfect. Gins constant ly in the hands of our agents, to which we invite inspection. Circulars, with testimonials and full par ticulars, may be had bv addressing ISRAEL F. BROWN. President, Brown Cotton Gin Co., New London, Conn. TERRELL & RRO. HAVt OPENED ON MAIN ST, NEAR THE BRIDGE A Family Grocery Store where they will always be rflad to furniah their friends and the public with such Groceries as ibey may desire. L.I U. TEA. KELT; G. T. TERRELL. 10-tf 1 t 1 OHO. REMOVED. Having completed our New SiixoDs. and movd into them, we can now offer for f ale a larger stock, aud a greater variety of iwr ana iu iur liUUC; KS, liglit aid strong, than we have ever bofore been able to keep on hand. OUR Repository or Shoiv Room being largo enough to hold thirty fiuiahed CARRIAGES enables us to display cur work to tho better satiafaction of our eusto i era. We are getting up an ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and TRICE LTHT alinwimr ni.,n diffennt styles of carriages, with description and price of each, ao that any person can order without seeing the carriage. S4 ecial Attention paid to Repairing. Our new nlaca of hnainnas ia trt v..ir between the ola shop and Main atreet. Don t forget th place. 8ond for our TUnatrmtori ffi Price List. s u HUSSEY BROS. ap24,tf AND- RHINE WINE S A L(0 N. The Favorite Resort. THE UNDERSIGNED ITAS RE cently opened an Esthiiuhm the above order, in which l.e offers supe rior attractions tn nUcnr., i .., Towu and County. HIS LAGER BEER the finest and best ever brought to Tarboro HIS RFIILNE WINE Is pronounced incomparable HIS CIGARS Cannot be rivalled. HIS BAGATELLE TABLE Affords innocent, yet exciting ami eme:!t, and HIS General Management Is of the best and most desirable cl.aracte He resnectfnllr House, f 0liu? ' - Hotehd-n 'he Craer Dear tUe old Grefc"ry ED ZOELLER. March 21-tf. TAEBORO a ve now stock a most complete assortment of CLOTHING , ror Children. Boys and gMen. A care fully selected stock of Dress Goods. A large stock of brown and bleached Sheetings and flirtings. A lull line of BOOTS AND SHOES. Hats, Fancy Goods and Gent's Furnishing Goods. Trunks and Yalises in all sizes and shapes. Having just returned frr -n the North ern Markets we can offer to oui- cus tomers and to the public a well and carefully selected stock of excellent Goods. L. HEILBRONER & BR0. M OF li. C. BROWN, ON lAIN STREET Is still full to overflowing with a n agn ficent stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, selected with a special attention to the wants and necessities of this market ilis assortment of Ladies DRESS GOODS will be found unrivalled as to QUALITY, QUANTITY aad PRICES containing the choicest selections of POPLINS, BLACK SILKS, ALPACCAS, VELVETS, VELVETEENS, &c, &c rt is assortment of FANCY XOTIO.VN, such as Laces, Edgings, Sc., can not be surpassed. Particular attention has been paid to his SHOE DEPA MENT which embraces the finest specimens of Ladies, Gent's, Boys, Misses & CnilJrena SEWED AND PEGGED SHOES, in morocco, jvia, Urain, Kip, Calf, &c. His Grocery Department always full! Best Factory Cheese & Orange Co. Butter constantly on hand wm in Mr it lUilil. ULU1I, at lowest ccsh prices The Highest Market Price Paid for O O "X1 T O 1ST -:o:' R.C. BROWN, dec5-3m. TARBORO ADVERTISE IS IhE Soutlier nor . i.ih i KIFIGH FEMALE JjEMINARY, ttALKICII. N. V. F. P. nOROOrm a m -V. F RKI)I. A. M.', " V' ennn , Music JJepartnient. The imposing new lihl.i g, wirh its mipro, .ed Ht-hool apparacu- and r.nllv fmi.Hl 1 lllUHiOal LUtfi!, Kill e oprU OH """'"-ll September hU 18?a. I he i'nHic Penartincnt i i. .h.irse -f I 'rut, ..n Meyerhoft, a P-,W of m.benst, iu. ft ProlesHor ir a brilliai... rformer, and ),a s nc eeded well 9 a teaoh.-r of vl 0.l and m- OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL, OXFOJtD, N. i J. H. HORNER, i . . , It. H. GRAVES, f r'ncipals, 28th oulyL TEEM ' 1373 WUJ Cireulars sent on appb'c&'ion. July si,n; SELECT Boarding and Day School Hillsboro, N. C. npriE MISSES "nas H AND MISS J- Kolloek will resnme th exercises of their scl-o.,1 on Friday. 25th July. cWan. for warded on application. Ine2e-2m.. WILSON Collegia! e Institute. Agricultural, Commercial, Normal and OoU h' ,e7Sarte;it8- term open. t)cti, ncr 6, 1H73 Entire areraxe expenses, iJOO per year. Address, frr Catalogue, S IT A ccrr T Wilson. N. C: Peace InslUalc. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA0IE9 HALEIGH, U. C. Ret. li. BUltWELL, Prinrlpd. J. B. BURWELL, A. M., ) Associale S. J. STEVENS, A. M., S I'rinci, ,,U Prof. A. BAliirAKN Tnof ; v...., - , .... .v .-. ti, , and Instrumental JIusic. There are two denartmi nt. tx.,iSm;. i Collegia to. The Fall Session oomn.enees tlm 1st of .SepteniW aud c!n nnni.. ki.i. 11-73. The .S'wilie Session r.nmmcoc i. 18th of January aud closes July 3d, F r Catalogue eontainin! full r.I.'.-t,,.,,i to terms, Ac, address, Rev. R. BURWELL & SON, jyi0-8w REALK.'H, N. r. Ruffian Select School. The Fourteen Session opens JULY 17, 1H7S. 1,:)arJ' 'ncluding everything except iiiis, sii per montn. i union per session of twentv weeks. 41 ,,! aos 1?..- -1 1 etc., address, JAMES L. LEItljy. ra p. fur eirciuu Ruftian Station, Csswull county, N.'o. rilllE SETAMEIt . . 1. COTTON I'LAKt Havinc been thoron NUMfc her regular trios nn T... MONl'AY, 11th .In y. JOHN MYERS' SONS, AuentR. OF PI 11 2x1 ft 11 jyr iservi Inst putdi.shpd. iu a Sealed En v.'l,,i. Triee six cents. A Lecture on the Nature. Trativ.ort onA Radical cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntnrv Emission si Debility, ahd IuipediiuentH tn generally: Nervousness. Consnmptii n. Ep ilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inea nacitv. resnltintr frnan Self-Ahnno. tn n.. ROBEET J. CULVER WELIj, M. D., Au thor of the ''Green Book, &c. ihe wqrld-renowued author, in tl.;aJn,l mil-able Lecture, clearly proves from hiH own experience that the awful conseq.ien ees of Self-Abuse may be effectually remov ed wilhout medicines, and without l,mr.-. ous surgical operations, bougies, instm ments, rius or cordials, poinMne out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by winch every s- ffercr. 110 mutter -W condition may be. may cure lnmelf cheap ly, privately, and radically. This lecture will pn ve a boon to thousands ft,. vuu u o ands. Sent, nndor seal. In a plain novel any address, postpaid, on receipt 1 f 'six cents, or two po-t Htampg. Address tho publishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE ,fc CO l?7tin New York, P. O. Box, 4586. jy.16-ly. THE TARBORO BOOK STORE Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of BLOKS, STATIONERY and Fancv Goods: Subsciintions received f..r Appletoi N Journal, monlhlv mid ..itlp The Popu'ar Science, inonthlv. The Psycological Journal. The New York Medical Journal. Gorlev'a Ladv's Book, with wl.ioh a Hr,. Cbrtmo, of '-Our Darling" i given to every subscriber. Any book not in Stock ordered at Pub lishers prices. II.M. WILLIAMS. nov. 28-6m. TARBORO. lOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN J-'' that, on the night of ths 22d int,tani. my son, Almerin Grimmer,, (at tbe tinm hired to James Hodce. left his h run. aitil employment without my consent or knonl- 'tse. Ho is under st;e, and warning is alsu erebv sriveu to all who mav lurh. hiru in such cae tuo law will l. .-nfnr " ELIAS G R 1 M !ki E R, jne 26-lm. Tarboro, N. C. J. ti. SIHtHOSS, CABINETMAKER ANL) UNDERTAKER. lias always on hand for &e, chta j. for cssh,; Wardrobes. Bureaus. Washstanrls Bedsteads. Matrasses, Writing Desks, Tables, Chairs, &c- Underta-ker's Department Always on hand at the Lowest Cash Price Mahogany, Walnut, Poplar & Pin AGZW FOB Fisk's Metallic Coffins furnished at shortest notice J. E. SIMMONS; Jkri. 9-Ssi.