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Ihe Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, -- September 25. 1S73. Bacing October 3d. FinsT ncxNiso, IMvsa entrance $20, half mile and repeat, flrst horse o liavo $30, second $25 Three or niore to start. BECOSD TBOTTIXO. Furse $'50' entrance $13, mile beats, lest two in thr-e, first horse to have 35, sec ond 9 15. Tliree or more to start. TH'ED TROTTING. Special parse 50, for Proudfoot, Elic, Flora and Kelly, mile heais, best two in three. Entrance $15. Throe or more to Mart. FOUR til RCNNISQ. Sweepstake- $25, half mile, single dash. KIFTH TKOTTiNO. Purse $j0, for horses lhat never beat 3:30, eurance $15, mile heats, best two' in tkiee. Three or more to start. sixth rusxisa. Throe year olds, purse $50, entrance $15 half mile hBats, Wet two in three. fEVESTH PACIN'O TO HAUVEsS. Tnrse entrance $10, mile heats, best two in three. EIGHTH Kl'NSl'KO: Tiirss ot saeepiUkes $10, single dash half ni'do. KlNTa MULE TROTTISO Pane $3. entrance $2.50, mile heats, best t'o in three'.- TENTH r.TJSNING, S'.veepsta'kcs $33, mile heats, best two f i three- 'peh' ,o' all. KI.tVES'TH RUVXIXG M'iie evevps'iikts $5, one ra le, every number of the chib requested to enter a imi'e, open' to all. tw;-.i.v kth 6 iow rcxnis'o. FurSi" $ , for the slowest mule. Jud es t change ri lers. AH entrance trust he ci'ade t the Secretary by the 2jh it Septe nbcr. H. C, Bol'KNB. St'v Improvements in Town A Walk Don Main Street. Other towns and ciiiesare priding them selves upon their grout advancement in material progress. Taib ro is rip to the times and we now propose t show thrmtrh the SoCTif-'r.NKrt what has been done in our city d :i iiiT t'ne pat fe years). Arotinl and ab.mt the depot a large mmber of buildings have been construct ed, including a handome cottaje, erjefd by C. pt. Ii. A. Wats, n . C un'ng do-vi Mii'i stree, wo notice ta.it Capr. Jihn S. Pancy has pit im -prov?!U3iiis ntion Hi rcsidenc which, in a lev years, will m ike it app.nr like a new place. Mr. John L Bridget's, Jr., I a-; a'so fin ished a h?m''nl OtVaao w.-xt the risi rt.vice ot his f.ith-r an 1 W ) p ewrai is n w in or-i! ;nLv of ;'ai a -s. !) -. J. ft. Biker is alive and his g'ent'y i nprv I t'11 arpaar.ince of his hi'i-lwnr r-U'ir,n ;ind out ground by a coat of T i vr-5 i'a of Mal'.i street is nu:e x'al'v i'n prove by the if-JW brick res Vf'iiyo" tr. II. Johnston, V.., which is unto cotupl v io i and is adui:r-ib:e In its fo".r-ption :ihd const ruel ion. - leave main street for ivlion a sqna'-c. itnl tiadthit O, C. Farrar, Ei is hui' Pv.g a in two s nry d-.ve'l'n?, whi -h w:l! c 'tn pe'e ii hem'y of i.-i-Ll f.'tira wish a;ir house in the court' y. C.-min? t. 5fa n street o 'ic m ""a w e that Mr. C. J. A n'! i has bcon e uh j ed vrit'i tbi Spi't of thi .inics an 1 is do ci-fc'trg a handsome ivo-tory sl'or? 'irav 11,6 (O'iit nceitly occupied by K. H. j A' S in & Co. IVe shoul I not f -g ' fo mtic as we go tv'on 'he bfa'uti''u"y a-ra ig'd edific- tor fie'" an of th f v Ifriiotrs Bi i'c over 'i!cli the gen leai ,n'y ca'hisf, Cipt. J. P. C'ntna.i iit, pres'des. And H. M. Williams, the Ii ork--elh r of Ta'horo, coit's aloncr n"xt. It would astonish a'd to go into his etahlishtnen' and .see what imp rovemcnts he has made. Tb.;n go (lowu a 'd take a glimpK? at the Tnifn'fficent new br'pk store of Pender & Jenkins. Th's bndling was con'trnct-'d during t'n pst year aud i one of the fi rs' art .'aion npi-i the Miiu street of Tilnr. T le Firrti also do a ti-e-npndus l)-iin'M, a'fl w'll, nxt tveek, speak for tuftntelves iu t':e S'oUTHERSEB. T.et us so a little further d vn. T'ro'ii'.hlv fie largest and m extensive Itrlvi-e f.-t ibli-ih iie-if. in th State, is fi.t o' Pi im ner, Lwis & Co., the Ho tie wa coistny cl by II. D. Tool an 1 shows how progressive ho is. Ilo-vird & P''t'e have er ected a magnir icfinth ii! ling, t yi s'orios hi;h, in front of th-3 St mewi'l ilous-j, which is occupied by t-v o'th b.t ri r nt in T.i-h-r . Piti ig 'on umrn we com to the livilm!! tarf stn-v Viric'r. bfil iing oi Jo. 15. ' cliol i. wa i on ! of the most p;otn ::iont C mvni-n'o'i Merc'iaits i TarU'i-. ' pro inj uiXtwjakto o itiuaj to ;'.')' c tin iinprovem nits about town; The popular place to buy V.'atches, Clocks and Jewelry is at Bell's; He d als tairly, treat3' his customers courteously and maks it a point to render satisfaction to all: Spahta. Graxgb. The Kev. J. S. Long has b H-u visiting this section during the past week in he capacity of District Lec turer for the Patrons of Hu-baudry. He orpauiz d several Granges, includirg Sparta, 1'aiu.villc, Falkland and other points. We have n t been able to obtain a full list of any grange except Sparta which is composed as follows: H. S. Sugg, Master. John A. Davis, Overseer. J. E. Porter, Lecturer. T. B. Sugg, Secretary. M E. Sugg. Treasurer. H. Ii- Moore, Steward. T.evi Ualstor:, Assistant Steward; J- A. B. Thome, Gate-Keeicr. Mrs. Ii. S - Sugg, Ceres. Mrs. J. A. Dav -rs. J. E. Porter, Flora. Mrs. V.E-Sugg, Lftiy Assistant Stward: lalkland Grange was organized with V. Williams as Master aud U. 31. King i tie oilier rames we could not ;et. A Cc most rv. -Go and soe what R. C. iW" w He has got Lin new !;o,i ids. We Lava no hesitation in fcaying they the Lest ever brought to Tarboro. The Market House. We notice that the Town authorities are Laving hauled the lumber that is to be used in the con struction of the Market' House, near the jail. It will be made entirely f wood, two stories in height and will e irace a Mar ket House with stalls, and Engine Room and several rooms wher m disorderly characters will have an opportunity of thinking over their evil deeds. The building will be, in' dimensions, 30x50 feet, aud work will be commenced as soon as the town taxes are collected and some funds put in the Treasury. It is to bo regretted that a more desira ble location lot a Market Mouse could not Ijave been selected, but something is bet ter than nothing, and we are happy to be able to announce that a Market and En gine House will, soon be one of the consti tuent parts of Tai-boro!' Runnymkde Pakk. Tho interest cen te'lug about the races at this new and handsome Park i: continually increasing. The premiums offered are of the most liberal character a- d Friday, the 3rd of Oet"ocr,'promis2s to be a graud day for t lie Club. A number of fast horses from other sec.' ions have not ifiod their intention to be ou hand aad the best of Edgecombe will be ready for all. Splendid half nille heals will be ruu by some of the best oi'ouo county holses, ii:-Jiuditia llailey, Flora Hope, aud other fast ho.ses from a distance. A special purse ot $50 00 for "Proud lyot,"'EHc," Floia" and Solly," will ci use much in'erest on the occasion. We publish aain,in this issue of the Sou no :xer. a staicno it of the races'" 1'i.r ! . : '...,: Little Cf.ickk, Oaca year we endeav or ; be ai I.iiile Oec-k Church ou the occasion f the re'iiar yeaiiy niee'-ing. We i.t vcr tail to meet a tremendous c owd, hear g:mi pnacl.iti and eat si lctidid .;in li'is. t i;e p".'ple in that 8ed tu are pro ci lii..llor i'.ic'r Luspoali' v and thb zeal aud plt-asuie :hey take in attending to the wai.U of tbvir quests. Elders Claplon Mou.e aud occupied the pulpit at Lhtle Creek on Sunday and boih delivered good- sermons, especially in regard to Lnih. The nouse was ciowdcd and huiidteds acre not ablu io get seals. la company with s.iveial ladies and gen tli'ui wi, e enj'ived the genial hospitality "I' Mr. J. Mc. Jeukius. and his estimable l.i.ly. Ii is needless to say that we were 'till eiuel taiued. Everything that could he done to make one tnjoy himself was put in rerp.usi-ion '.villi ad.nirabic success. That Cigar. Ti c:; u-t 'i nv in uo. Who has not he ird of tho B inker.' and u.iiuircd its excellent ti t vor cud woth qualities Manufactured exclusive y by Vv A.' Mem gas, JSori'o'k, Va. Tnc Jewish Ntw Vcak. ''ho Jew's: portion oi "tir community saciviPy obttv ed Mi nd.iy last as : le-ic regular Xtiv Ye.u '. j Jiiv, and no business was transiicted of any I ciiaraeter. I i'n ;y i-e-:kr.u "Jlonday o.C;):!ul annivci- s:p y of their religion. Sunday evening, the 21 -t of September, Commences the u.onili of'1'i.-ii, iu v. h eh ate cek-braled .1,, Scrip it tl I'es. i val Hi h'tna ( Sew Yea ). I'oi K'ppt-r (i)ay of Atone. ;n.-'i') aid S'-iv:-;h ( : :l!..r. llc!i). This seaiie.Mi.e 'Uuiy Time," iiinl I he Israel itfs tia-tPighout ihe tvtuhl aie then trost it teiuive t.i leli'iious duties. A iusi:m;!.nts koii Tu.: WlNl tUi- It af irds us pleasure to be aide to announce that a high y cuhivaiol tronpo will take c!i irjrc ot ieeis Hal! tl.ia winter and tr. pect to ive eutertainnieut.s that will suti-i- the best of our pcupie. We mod such an organization and Teei' Ilall is adMiiably suited !..r i'ne hu.-ine-;--A blile excuse in S he construcii'-n of a suitable sra-'e a-.d the ariauenicut u' g od seals, will inc.ku it one of the Hast Ha'ls iu the South. ) Disrur .. It is not our intention, by any means, to be drawn- into a pe on.ii con-rovcrsy with the editor of the Ea. 'u' t. We re.-pect him too highly to de 'rc iiiit- severance of our present person al relations aud, thereiorv, the mote rt- Ijret ih.it his paper in his absence should have sought oi casiou to strike at the SuU':h liKSar. in a manner wauling iu journalistic courtesy. A Bad PKosFkcr. A drive through t!;e Ctitit'ta sec' ion on Sunday last mide us leel a little bad, most of the c ilto'.i fields aiOng the road were looking bad and we expect ed hdler from such a region. The worm and rust are playing sail havoc with the cot. on, and many crops look ter rible. Tssk L'M'-'j-ajL'rco Si'h 'iiL. ft affords us ; ei.Mi e to tall attention to the boardii.g an i day scitool Oi Li uisbut g, ii . C. Mis Ci --II.-..I.IW is a in'st accomplished in. -slrtiei i.ts, audit; worthy ol all patronage. Tlie s)iing session commences ou the second Monday in' January. Eai.se. A l'cpert, having bten circu lated Lhat the well known-and-responsible hrm of Mcll waine Co., of Petoisbur;, had suspended, and lo put an e.nj to tne false rumor, ihe lollowiug special telegram was sent to this ottice a low hours be. foregoing to press : PeTkbsbcuu, Sept. 24, 18i3. The report of Mcllrtamo & (Jo's suspension is wiioliy unfounded. T be iiooio ia wli'd iy s dvent. iNOKX AND Al'WiAL. Coming IIimk. Tlie recent cold gnap has eausej most of our fugitives to fold Iheir suairner wings aud seek their homes once more. Consequently, the streets n1 general appcar.uice of town is much mure lively. Tho Plaindealer announces that daring the month of October mass meetings will be held in the interests of the proposed ra Iroad from Wilson to Giceuville, at Statonsburg, Fields', Maysvilk, Marlboro, Ftiruiville and Greenville. Mr. A. J. Barefoot, a well-known farmer, died near Wilson on the 17th inr;t. The oldest scuppernong vine iu tho State is iu llarueit county, being a idip oj the original vine brought from England to- Roaiioke Island by Sir Walter Raleigh. Dr. Elias J. Blount died at his residence in Pitt couuty ou the 10th inst. The doc tor formerly represented the county in the General Assembly. Important to Farmers. The following ruliDgs of the Treasury Department, in answer to cerain inqiir'es, will be of interest to many farmers in this section. "Is the manufacturer of wine, who g'otvs the grapes from which the "'me i made, required to pay any tax by reason of his making wine ? " To which inquiry the following reply is made: "There is now no special tax re quired of .uahufacturevs ns snob; and a person who makes wine in such a manner as nt to come, within the definition of a rectifiar, is not liable to special ia in re spect o! such manufacture. This office dues not regard a Vintner as liable to r-pecial tax as a liquor dealer, merely for selling at the place where it is made,- wine made from grapes of hia own growth. If however ho sells such wine elsewhere, ho is' liable as a liquor dealer, and he is also as liable if he sells even at the p!aoe where it is made, wine made from grapes not of his own growth. In furlhor reply, the place of delivery is re garded as the place where the sale is made." J. N. Docglabs, Commissioner. RUL1NO SECOND. The sale of " bitters or articles bearing a proprietary s'atnp, although containing alcohol, does not iuvolve liability to special tax; nor does the sale of other articles, con taining alcohol as the mixture that cauuot be used as a beverage. Very Kespoctfally, B.J. Saket, Acting Comurssio'ior " If a farmer buys 'whiskey or tobacco' for his own use, aud lets oua of lits labor ers have part oe it at tiie same pnee that ho pa'd for it, dots he violate the 'Iuie.nal lie.euue laws?' " ASSWEU. Toe ruling of this office is, that p'anlers aart farmers selling Rpiritil"Us or fermented liquors, or tobacco, io their employees or laborers, and takiu; pay in money or labor are Hahl to special tax without reference to the pro it madj. la the cx.se of tvbacci. a vh'.jte act I ke iiiat d'cji'jed, does not in v dee liabkliy. Ve;y Respectfully, B.J. SvUKT, Acting Commissioner. "0'hrow Physic to the jDoes." " 'J'he Gitiraic" recently gave an ill'.is tra ion nl the new ihromo issued by the Muriay Hill Publishing Company, Ea-t I wcul.v e'ghth Street, from Bisphmn's painting " Throw Puisic to the D gs." The subject i.- a little gir: physieing vaiious specimens of the cauiuc race. The scene is a l.iuirhr.ble one, ar.d the diJ lent a'.li tudes of the dogs are exceedingly pleasing It was designed to illustrate J)r. Eo i.e's aver-ion to dr gs, aud ace .mpatiies each copy t.f his we! 1-ko'iwii work, Ph. in H'iU e 'fail: and Jtcdical Coluniop Sense " j lt;e Doctor'.-, piaciice is thoroughly ' iNe 1 S'.;:.o' I.'' and in ti.is wav he stands 1 romi- lien iy nut trotii tne pi ole.s3!o;i a succe.s iui pracl ti'Uier. TLe book is a volume of SI 2 pages and 20U iihjst i at ous, tilted' ith hn is aud tva.-i.i. ru'atiug to tnatikm 1. in-d their s.c'al and ysic.il .-iatns. 'i'lie Graphic says "f it : " xi is an eiicyciopej,ii of u.tiul kt.o-'.i edge." A noted clergyman ot this city icstilies to its merits, remarking ''It is a litiiiiiy in i.st-lt." Tlie Eiunkliu Re'0':-. :o:-y , o; ("n suiliei shin g. Pa., spak of I he puiiiie as ' :i b-a ut i-ti I ch Ola very pleaAu', tin.! so ei j. 'a ole as t" lie tilmosi io.-l Cvii.ipa. v."' Arte Yvrk iV:-f.s.v. Tun hui 'V. it.g, hi in Comm's-iiotier ri.ng:as", le'.i'es i ..eveuuetu) medical ) paraiions : Mi ilic-incs and medical pre-pi't-iiarat ions, whether official nr nmi-iffi cia', by w h ilever rule of authority Or I'ui i.if.iii co,,;poii iicf.-t!, ptit up in .such a Myh', in it t'li p. ekages. aiin acetuupauivl with a label, a circular, or a wi upper giv ing 'he iliea', di.-e ii-.es, or al'eciituis lot wh ch such im ilicii.csbai'e I cell and are tj he used, find ah'.o t-pecitic directions as t" he dtise 'o be taken, or how the medicine is to be used, are 'n his opii.iuu liable to stamp t:i X under Schedule C. Medicines and iiK'diciiaii prt-par.tiot's to he exempt trclii stamp tar must no h" patent or prc- prit .arc. ': 1 . y i..iist nol be put up in a styli cr main er siii'iha- to that of patent ii- pi opr. etas iiieu;c:i.e. They must net liO advc'liscd as having auy special ch.iin io merit, etc. They must not be bold or i flV'fJ b r pale or advertised under any other nam", lot m, -r guM than doaonii ua.ed and laid do-.vu iu ibc authorized publist d medical wqi .s or jotirnnis. It is estimated thatpiie fare e1" of Iowa ant! Illinois have saved more than two millions of dollars iu purchasing Roods through the ins: rumcntality of the Granges this season. The two millions thus Rav. d will noj, however, cover the amount grab bed from the public treasury by Grant aud is l)aC'e-pay Cou-ircss. Such horrid feelings as I cxpci rtito no o-ie c;in iuiii-jiiie. 1 feel despondent, as thongb sometliinif awful w is nung to hap neii. T-c SIMMONS' LIVElt KEGTLA TOM, if you would avoid such feelings. All the Jap'me-c students i,; this cotint 'y have been recalled home by order of ti e Tycoon. Just as soon as t he Co"ti heard about the back p-iy grub, be decided im nietli.i'elv io set ibem away from America. He had read, perhaps in Confucius, that evil comiuunicttions are bad on hea'.hen moraN. The annunl session of the Tar River Mis sionary Baptist Associ.itiou will he held iu Wilson commencing October 1st. THE MARKETS. COTTOX. Tarboro, fSept. 24. Cotton. 1C cts. Imew YoitK, Sept. 23. Cotton, new low middlings, 17 cents. Baltimore, Sept, 23. Cotton, low' mid dling, 13 cts.; good ordinary, 17 cts. DOMESTIC. Com, per bushel $100 Meal, " Bl 20 Peas, " $1. 50 Haeou IIogKound 13 cts " Hams, sugar 20 cts Lard, per lb 15 cts Butter Country 4') cts " Firkin 50 cts Potatoes Sweet, ner bushel. . ..' 4.. " Irish, per bushel $150 Tallow, per lb 12 cts Eggs, per dozen .20 cts Chickens . .25 cts Fowls 40 cts Rags, per lb 3 cts Beeswax, per lb 23 cts Beef, per lb 6 to 12 J cts Dried Apples, per lb 10 cts A pple Brandy, per gal $4 00 Vinegar, per gal 5!) cts Fresh Pork, per lb; i?J cts STORE TO LET. Tho Store formerly occupied bv II. WHIT LOCK A CO., directly opposite W. B. Willis' Grocery, will be. LET "on hka onable teksis. Applp to H. 'Wlntlock Si Co., corner of Main and l'-tt streets, Iron I rout Clotmng House, larboro, A. c sep4-tf MARRIED. At Morehead City, Tuesday morning, Sept. 16, by the Eev. W. C. Gannon, of Newborn, William Hat, Esq., of Golds boro", (formerly of Newborn,) and Miss Henrietta Pioott, of Morehead City. At the Summer residence of the bride's parents in Beaufort, Sept. 17th, by the Kev. Stephen C. Roberts, Mr. Charlks C. Wes ott, of Chestertown, 31 i., and Miss 'Mary J., eldest daughter of Dr. J. A. Guion, Cashier of ; he National Bank of Newbern, At Piuevil'.e, N. C, at the residence of John W. Morrow, father of the bride, on the lClli September, 1S73, by lie v.' R. Z. Johnson, Mr. Junius V. Hayhs, of Charlotte, to Miss Lucy C. Moiuiow. TIED. In Thomasville, N. C, Wedaeiday morn iug September 17th, 1873, Jes5IE McKee infant daughter of James A. and Lou f1' Leach, aged tl mouths ami 21 daysV At the plantation of Judge liussoll, at Palo Al o, Ouslo cuuty, ou Wednesday, Sept. 17, of t illioas mvor, Mr. Erasmus Coston, aged about 60 years. At Plymouth, N. C, Sept. 13 h 18i3, Sauau Fuanch, daughter of Levi and Saiah A Bl omt, aged i yeai- 'aud S days Near Plymouth, N. C, Sept. lliH 1873, at'er a painful and protrat ted illness, Mrs, IlARRIril'M. P.RWfciRit'; ding Per of Jo seph and Mary Gai ctt, ago! 715 yeaa 6 mouths and 8 days. The subject bf Inis niitice was, for many years, a consist ant member of the Pro.e.-taut Episcopal Cbaicii. At Williamston, N. C, Sept. 17th 1873, IlAUntcr Ei.'.za 11 oz nu.v, daughter1' of Joseph J. aud II. V. L. Mar iu, aged 3 years 7 months and 27 diys. Tiie deceased was a child of liuus-Ju! promise I, thougU young in years, she possessed the. rare fac ulty of making all who knew her, love her. Her death is not ouly lamented by her bereaved parents, but by ail of the commu nity in w hich she moved. Slay the good Lord comfort the bereaved. A Friend and Stsipatbtskr. tsvi::M"JS:j ets. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lunjjs, such as Coumhs, Cclds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Among the great discoveries of mod em science, few are of more real value to mankind than tint effectual remedv for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs. A vast trial of its virtues, throughout this and other coun tries, has shown that it does surelv and effectually control them. The testimony of our best citizens, of all elapses, establishes the fact, that Cherry Pi-ctoral will and does relieve and cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond anv other medicine. The most dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Orean yield to iU power; and cases of Con sumption, cured by this preparation, are pub licly known, so remarkable as hardly to bo believe J, were they not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy it is adequate, on which the pub lic may rely for full protection. By curing Cousths, the forerunners of more serious dis ease, it saves unnumbered lives, and an amount of intTe.-ing not to bo computet. It challenges trial, sinl convinces the most sceptical. Every family f-hould keep it on hand as a protection ai;:iin'-t tlie early and unpereeived attack of Pulmonary Affections, which are easily met at first, but which become incnrable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender lungs need this de fence; and it is unwise to be withont it. As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of childhood, CiiEitRr Pectoral b invaluable: for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued from premature graves, and saved to the love ami affection centred on them. It acts Epeedily aud eurelv against ordinary colds, pecuring sound and health-rest. iriiur sleep. No one will surfcr 'oublesomc Influenza and painful Bronchitis when they know how easily they can he cured. OiitcinHily the pr. dnct of Ions, lnhorions, and successful chemical irr.vstigaTion, no cost or toil is spared in making every bottle in the utmost plbie perfection. It may be conti nently reoetl upon ss possftsm ull tlie virtues it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing Ciires ns 'memorable as the greatest it has ever effected. rarPARRn by Dr. J. C. AYLft d CO.. Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical ChmtiU. SOLD BY AXL DRUGGISTS EVERY WHEBE. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Tor the relief and cure of all derangements in the stomach, liver, and bowels. They are a mild aperi ent, and an ex- ceilent purgative. Being purely veg etable, they con- 'f lain uu mercury li nt'txf Xf I'll mri- ong sictness and Buffering is prevented by their timely use; and every family should have them on hand for their protection and relief, when required. Long ex perience has proved them to be tlie safest, sur est, and best of all the l'illa with which the market abounds. I3y their occasional use, the blood Is purillod, the corruptions of Uie system expelled, obstructions removed, and the whoU machinery of life restored to its healthy activ ity. Internal organs which become clopped and sluggish are cleansed by JLqer'a Fill, and stimulated into action. Thus incipient dis ase is changed Into health, the value of which change, when reckoned ou the vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be computed. Their auear-couting makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so that they are ever fresh, ana perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, and operate without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or occupation. FuU directions are given on the wrapper to' each box, how to use them as a Family Physic, and for the following complaints, 'which thes yill rapidly cure : For Uyatwpala or Indig-ftntlon, I.lt Ifwon., JUwnsruor and JLom of Appo tlte, they should be taken moderately to stimu late the stomach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For JUirer Complaint and its various symptoms, Bf Houa - Headache, Sick Ueartaetae, Jaundice or timn Klck nr.., Bilious Colic and Bilious Fevers, they should be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which canse iu For IDysentery or IXarrnoea, but one mna aose is generany required. For Rheumatism, doit, Srarel, Pal S itation of the Heart, Pain In the ide. Hack, and Xotns, they should be con tinuously taken, as required, to change the dis eased action of the system. With such change those complaints disappear. For Bronsy aud Bropsical Swellings, they should be taken in large and frequent dosea to produce the effect of a drastic purge. For atanpression, a large doee should be taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a Dinner Pill, take one or two I'UU to nromote digestion, and relieve thn Kf.rmni-.h- As occasional dose etiamlates the stomach and bowels, restores the appetite,, and invigor ates the system. Hence it is often advanta geous where no serious deramrement exixta. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a aose or ineso ruu mases mm leel decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating uwi uu we uigeguve upparniua. PRCTAKKD BT Dr. J. O. AYEK & Co., Practical Chemista, LOWEZZ,, MASS., u. S. JL. 0 1AJUB BT ALL SB0QOISTS KVEaiWHXlUt. SWIFT GALLOWAY, Attorney at Law, Snow Hill June 10-tf. N. O. ABYEItTISEMEATS THE &L&&t&,-VLTt 23.-6 JOHN F. WARD, Pr3 ietor. miTE WINTER CAMPAIGN IIAS -a- lauiy opened and found the bove "Well-Known Resort fully prepared fo the fight. THE BAB,- as heretofore, contains all the purest kinds o and ' the choicest brands of CIGAES, eqnal, if not superior, to any ever brought to iaiooro. ine RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT has been thoronghlv renovated and improved preparatory to action. The TABLE will be supplied with the very best tlie market affords, and meals can be obtained at ah hours. Bst NORFOLK OYSTER J daily received, and sold in quantities to suit purcnasers. a supurior assortment of Sncli as Sugar, Flour, Molasses, Butter. Lai-d, Cheese, ic, constantly on hand. My thanks are hereby respecifully tendered the public at large for past liberal e'liconragc nie t, and assurance given tliat no effort ou fciy part will no spared to please in the future JOHN I WARD. PROPRIETOR OF "WFLCOMK RfiA. DRUGS Dr. L. L. Staton's ) RUG STORE. You will find, just arrivsd, a general as sortment of Drugs, Chemicals. Patent Medicines, &c. Painte, Oils, Window Glass. Putty & Dye Stuffs. Also the liirger-t anil best selected assort ment of FERF0MERY AND EXTRACTS. 3a.lr. Nail & TooUr Brushes & Combs ever brought to Tarboro. Liberal Inducements Offered to Practicing Physicians. mar.'20-tf. Ti-Bi' iiS-:AT CAUSES OF EE n m a 11 1 iser'y . Just i.tiblished, iu a Sealed" Eavelope l'riee six e,nts. A Lecture ou tlie .Nature, Treatment aud Radical cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal H'eal.ness, Invol intary Eniissinns, Sexual ut tu u-. , ami linpedinienis to marriage 'vnerady; ervousnes, Consumption; ..Lp- ilc-p-y and Fits; Monti! ;-nd Physical Ima- iw.it v. resoltiiiLT iitiin St-ll-Abrse, etc. Bv ROBERT J. I.ULVERWELI, M. D'.. Au thor of the '-Green Rook, is.e. The wor'd-rcnowued author, in this nd- nurao e liccture, clearly proves irom his own expertciice that the awful consequen ces of Sj!t-Abu-e may be cticctually reuiov- ;tl wi'tho' t med'cines, and w ithout dang, r- otts siin?JC.;I operations, uoii"ies, instru ments, rings or cordials, poin'ing out a mode of cure nt once certain and effectual, bv which every s fferer, no matter what his ;c,THlitiou may be. may cure himself cheap ly, privately and radically. This lecture will pti ve a boon to thousands aud thous. m.i-.. Sent, mitler seal, in a plain envelope, to any aduress, postpaid, ou receipt ot six cents, or I wo po-t stumps. Address the publisher. CliAS.J. C. KLINE & CO., 127Rowerv New Y-.sk, P.O. Bi.x,45S6. iv.lH-ly. G. F.LI1CTT. J.NO. VK113III.I.IOX. JSO. T. WHITE. Elliott & White, "VN'HOLKSALE DHALEliS IS' X. X- C2 TJ o el m, Io. 20 Roanoke Square, NORFOL.K; Va. Agents for J. Bumgttrdners Old Virginia jat y 2-ly Rye Whiskey. J. M. SPRAGIN'S, CIGARS, T03ACC0, PIPES, &f TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. Feb. 8-12 m. TARBORO. HUSSEY BRO'S. CAREIABE MAIBFACTFRERS. VA IS BOKO, N. C. HAVING RKMOVED TO 'I'll EI Ii New S'uops, near Main Street, where tliey have on hand a.jrestock of BUGGIES,' which they wdl sell on very accommoda ting terms. jne -6-tf. ODENHEIMER BKOS' Livery. Sale and Ex- (1 n i HlJ. TARCOUOUG II, N. C Horses and Mules constantly kept on hand for ealo or eicliauge. GOOD HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR HIRE. Parties sent to all parts of tho country at moderate rates. Omnibus at Depot on Arrival Trains. julyll TARIIOIIO. lager mm AND RHINE WINE N, The Favorite Resort. mriE UNDERSIGNED TIAS RE JL cently opened an Establishment of the above order, in which he offers supe rior attractions to pleasure lovers, of Town and Couuty. nis LAGER BEER e the finest and best oev brought to Tarboro HIS RHINE WINE Is pronounced incomparable C I GA R gCanuot be rivalled. HIS BAGATELLE TABLS Affords inuocent,yet exciting ami nement, and IMS General Management Is of the best and most desirable ibaiiu te He respectfully invites" the Public to his Hons focliug confident, of benig able to make each and every visitor pass a pleasant hour or two. Stanr. On the corner near the old Gregorv Hotel. " ED ZOELLER. March 24-tf. TAUBOltO LOOK HERE! TTT TIT i W CarV VV Omail ! There Is Ssst for Yen. STEAM WILL DO YOUli WORK. FKE STEAM WASHES OR Woman's Friend, The latest, ti e cheapest, the best no rub bing, no pounding, no 1 1.1-inng or ttar ing, no clumsy cylinder, and no twerty or thirty dollrrs ex tetise. fcteam dees it all. f Although oflcn attempfed, no method had been discovered ,f applying steam tiireclly to the clothing, which conk1 be used in a profitable manner, for d-'inestic purposes. The WOMAN'S FRIEND washes without labor. It will d the washing 'of an ordinary family in thirty minutes to an hour. The Steam Washer is superior to all other devices, for the fol lowing reasons : 1st. It doe its own work, thereby sav ing a large portion of the time usually taken in a lamily. 21. It uses much less soap than is re quired by any other method. 8d. It letpiires no attention whatever while the process of cleaning is going on. A lady can do her wash'ng while she is eating her breakfast and doing up the breakfast dishes. 4tb. Clothing wears double the time, washed in this washer that it will washed by a machine, or by hand-labor, or a wash board. 5th. Lace curtains, and all fine fabrics, are wash d in a supeiior manner. All fabrics, from the finest lace -to a bed-blan ket, can be washed perfectly, and with ease, without the rubbuig-board. It is truly a Iabor ami C lollies Saving Invention. I could give thor sands of certificates as to merit, but none can be satisfied netil they see it in operation. It only needs to be seen to be appreciated. The undersigned, having purchased tjie RIGHT ior the County of Edgecombe, and Having made arrangements with Messrs. PLU MM Ell, LKWIS& TO., for ihe manufacture of the a ce, is prepared" to fuiuian thcrh upon de 'maud' a!4 Shi TAR. BOKO, N. C ADVERTISE J? THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION THE SOUTHERNER HAS THIS CIRCULATION RATES LOWER THAN ANY PAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA IN PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION AOVEUTISMKXTS. IMPROVEMENT Bar and Grocery. I take tins means cr informing the pnlmc generally, and my old customers in particular, riint l am new prepared to oner them still Greater inducements both in the Liquor and Giocery Departments. I have vyeentlv laigely increased my faeil ties for business, having added a capa. leu? aiid pleasant room to which THE RAH has been removed, and it is now one of the best arranged iu tho Town. LIQUORS are now sold at greatly redueod rates.' Plain Drinks of every kind 10 cents. MIXED PRINKS, 15 cents. The removal of the Itar hapenabled to mo largely increase my Grocery Uepiirf metst, in which, will be found everv speci -s of iroods iu that line. Plicae are offered at the very LOWEST B'isi:s, and cannot be excelled anywhere. The highest cash prices will be paid ior Hides, 77as, Sheep-Skins ad Wool. Knowing that I havo n hand a largo stooK of goods' equal to those ANYWHERE, I astj of the. puhlic a portion of thefr patron age, with the assurance that full'satislaction shall be given! A. B. ROAXE. T A flAKOT, Jr. E M HAin.y Estahlisbed 1S23. ITAIIDY & BiiOTIIERS, COTTON FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants, G3 Smith's Wharf, BALTIMORE, Md. T'A'nA1:rT WM.C. HARDY nomas A. Hardy & Sons, General Commission and 1 ) P. YV A 15 DI X G MRRCH A XTS, ANIl PEAI.KItS IN PERFiIAX GUANO AND 0TFIER STAXDAKD FLRTIL1ZERS, Har iy's Wiarf. No rfolk, V j.iny 2-ly. TAYLOR, 3IARTI & CO.. DEALERS IX Hardware,' Cutlerv, HAR IRON AND STEEL, WAGON MATERIAL, IJELT1NG AND PACKING, House Furnishing Goods, &c. Circular Front, corner of Main street and Market Square, Norfolk, Va. Nails at Factory Prices, Trace Chains Weed, Hilling and Grub Hoes, Horse Col lars and Hames, Aies, Paws, &-c, &c. Thc trad eupplied at Northern Prices 26-tf The Old Established TARUORO. Y -AND- Confectionery JACOB WEBER, Proprietor. MAIN STREET. This Establishment is continually adding new attractions, with a view to still further increasing business The 1'eople ot 'Jirboro and vicinity may always confidently expect to find here every kind ot PURE FRESH CAKES THE VEBY BEST PLUS AXD FRENCH CANDIES. A varied assortmeni of Ripe Fruits. ppilv received. In fact everything kept in a First Class House f the kiud will be foun? here. Special attention will be given the Orders of Prhwte Families F03 which will bo baked on the shortest notice ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanks are returned the public for tds patronage, and promise given of fuenr promptness and reliability. JACOB WEBER. 3-tf Opposite Old Gregory Hotel 2a Annual air fT THE VIRGINIA AND NORTH J CAROLINA' AGRICULTURAL SO CIETY, to be held at Norfolk, Va., on Thursdav, Wednesday, 1 bursdiy and rn day, the 7 , Sih, bth and loth of October, 1373. VIGOROUS MEASURES ARE IN PRO GRESS TO MAKE THE AP PROACHING FAIR a complete success in every rf spect. The Building and Grounds are iu beautiful order. Tiie premium list is Inrze. A rail road runs directly to the nates of tho crounds, which a"e also accessible by v,-a ter and by tbe county roads, and the time of holding the Fair does not conflict with any other. The LxbibiHon promises to be hinb.lv attractive aud everv way ci'ed it able. Jtoat racing on the Elizabeth will fur pish a ppcial attraction during the fair. By order of the Executive Committee. L. D. STARKE, a21-6t President yANTELX Bv a ladv of experience, a situation in a fara llv. " to teach instrumental Music, Latin French, and English. Reference exchanged Addiess "Teacher," office of sJoutherner. Tar. bow, X.C sepi-tff ADVERTISEMENTS. MALL'S VEBETABIE SICILIAI mair Every year increases the popu larity of this valuable Hair Prep aration, which is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Gray or Faped Hair to its youthful color, making it eoft, lustrous, and silken. Tho scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff and, by its tonic proper ties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and Btronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair-Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes, Sl.D State Assayer of Massachu setts, says, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent quality; and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Sold ly all Druggists and Dealeri in Medicines. Price One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOR THE "WHISKERS. As our Ken ewer in many cases requires' too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers we have prepared this dye, in one preparation, which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, NJ2 Chas. M Walsh, MANUFACTURER of Tomb Stones OF EVERY DESCRIPTION lUTLR PLUMBER'S SLABS, il- SYCAMORE STREET, jany 2 ly PETERSBURG, Va IM BROWN ltt&n (&SB3 PLANTERS should examine the above, named old and reliable Gin before buying any other. It combines tlie re quired qualities of Simplicity, Strength' and durability. It pins fast and clean, makes excellent lint (often brinins l-4c. io 1 2c. per lb. above marUet), aud is uni versally admitted to he the lightest rnn niner gin made. We have bad lliiity. years' experience in the business, and warrant every gin perfect. Gins constant ly in the hands of our agents, to which we invite i uspection. Circulars, with tcsfimonials and full par ticulars, mav be bad bv addressing ISRAEL F. BUOWX. President, Brown Cotton Gin Co., New London, Conn. iov: Having completed our and moved into them, we can now offer for alo a larger stock, and a creator variety of TOP and No TOP EUGGiES. light and strong, than we have ever before been able to keep on hand. OUB Repository or Shoio Room being; large enough tc hold thirty liuiahed CARRIAGES enables ust o display enr work to the bettor satisfaction of our custo crs. We ro getting m an ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and PIUCE LIST showing niuo dill'mnt styles of carriages, with description and price of each, so that any person can order without seeing tho carriage. S ccial Attention paid to Ecpairing. Our now place of business is inst Ualf-wa" between the old shop and Main street. Don't forget the place. eScnd for our Illustrated Catalogncjand Price List. HUSSEY BROS. ap2i-tf ESTABLISHED 1830. KOBT. A. MARTIN. ROBT. R' HILL R0BT. A. MARTIN & CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - No. 2 Iron Front, Petersburg, Va. T71AITIIFUL PERSONAL AT JlJ tontion given to tho silo of Cotton. To bacco, Wheat, Corn, Ac. BB Orders tilled for Goods at reasonable prices for Cash or short time to responsible, ' punctual customers. Julyl3-ly OXFORD FEMALE SEMINARY, OXFOED.N. C Miss M. E. MITCHELL, Principal'. Mrs. E. N. GRANT. Associate Principal. . Mis. V II. MORROW, Teacher f Music. Tho exercises ot the institntion will be reaumed JULY 30th, 1873. A limited number of boarders taken. Circulars on application. jly 31-3m. HAVt OPENED ON MAIN ST, NEAR THE BRIDGE A Family Grocery Store where they will always be tflad to furnish their liends and the public with such Groceries as boy mav drsire. L. C. TEKitELL. G. T. TEE REEL. let. 10-lf