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vlviM tisemonta will be inserted in the Tarboro SarHRER at the following rates. Ten lines ,,f mixiok, or one iuoh lengthwise will constitute , , Muan oae mnerUon. - - - Jl (K) subsequent inMruon, on 1 mo. SBoi. 3 nios. C mo?. 12 mos .- 1 1 SOO 6 00 7 00 10 0(1 15 00 b0 tOO 10 00 15 00 20 00 7 00 10 00 1ft 00 20 0(1 27 00 f 00 15 00 18 00 25 00 35 00 12 60 18 00 20 m 27 50 40 00 18 00 2 i 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 22 50 35 00 4a 00 00 00 100 00 ( lu tiquare, Two Tnrpe " Kour " i column. i ''u column, Court Hdrertitements ioierted 6 weks for $8. j-MrrUgo, Fuueral and Obituary noticei, not Iunr tnaa ten lines inserted mi or charge. subscription 2.50. If paid cash at tMiie of abaci-ibing 2.0O. 8. M. PETTENGILL fc CO.. 10 State Street, Boston, 87 Park Row, Isew York, aid 701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agcils for procuring advertisements tor Tbi ExtviKES in the above oities, and authorized to contract for advertising at Our lowest rales. A RiQOBiT. Will friends, in noticiujr advertiseraeaU in our paper, and responding to same please state to parties addressed, " I saw your advertisement iu Kvqdirer-Soutii ekniu?" It is little trouble, aud will help our business wonderfully. Remember us. JLOCAL MATTERS. Briefs. There seenis to be aa unusual amount of sickness at present in Tarboro. Clothing to fit every Man ami Boy in the count, at Whitlock's. AJarge stock of fine clothing and Gents Fancy goods, at O. C. Farrar & Co's. 4t A Whitlock's has a fine lot of Stylish Hate. Dr. L. L. Staton, Wholesale and Ketail Druggist, sells at aud below Northern prices. mar. 26-tf. White Linen Bosoms and Percale Shirts, with Patent Cuffs, at Whitlock's. If you want to build tip the South en courage home manufacturers. t Snuff and Tobaoco at jobbers prices, at 0. C. Farrar & Co'a. " 4t Buy A- Whitlock's Stylish non-fading Blue Flannel Suits. Thunder and lightning Wednesday night uud a plenty of it. The item of cotton rope for plow lines seems a small matter. In the aggregate it is worth keeping at home. Order from Battle & Son's Kooky Mount Mills, Rocky Mount, N. C. t Imported Neck Ties ai.J Fancy Scarfs, Collars, Juo M Davies' Shirts, &c, at luw prices, at O. C. Farrr & Co's. 4t Go to Whitlock's for stylish Spring Suits. Clothing to suit all tastes and purees at Whitlock's. There will be preaching at the Presby terian Church on next Sabbath. If you want your business to increase! and thrive, advertise in the Soctueknei:. Butter, the Gilt-edge brand, the best and sweetest butter in the market, always at 0. C Farrar & Co. -It. Go to Whitlock's for Shirts, Collar?, Drawers, Scarfs and Ties. Buy your heavy 44 Brown Sheeting, jour Cotton Yarns and your Plow Lines, of Battle & Son's Rocky Mount Mills, t 2.30 barrels Flour, 230 barrels Pork, at O C. FaiTar & Co's. 4t. Just received, Elegant Scarfs, Eows, White and Colored Shirts, at Whitlock's. ). C. Farrar & Co., have just received a large lot of fine North Carolina Hams. 4t Charlotte Centennial. Are vou jo i u g Read the advertisement of SherrifTs sale for taxes. Ladies and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves, all colors, at O. C. Farrar & Co's. Judicial Salute. How are you Mr. Hilliard? IIowareyouMr. Moore? Foe PocGHKXErsiE. Our young friend Mr. Elisha Cromwell Jr, left for Pough keepsie last week where he proposes atten ding Eastman's Business College. Ouange Peesbttert. We call atten tion to the communication published on our first page clipped from the North Carolina Presbyterian. Read the advertisement of the official vote of Tarboro. To Bkaufoet County. The case of Win. P. Overton, white, charged with the murder of young Nathan Grimes of this county has been moved to Beaufort for trial. Pratt's Astral, Linseed and Kerosene Oils, at 0. C. Farrar & Co's. Omitted. In publishing the names of '.he lawyers last week in attendance at curt, we unintentionly failed to mention ( l. F. M. Charles, of Edgecombe. F.FTEEN YEAK9 IS TIIE PENITENTIARY. On Tuesday Allen Lyons, col. plead guilty to an assualt with attempt to commit rape and was sentenced to the Pen itentiary for fifteen years. Vert Llow. We are pained to an nounce the critical condition of Mrs. Gen'l W. D. Pender. It is feared she will not recover. She is suffering from a severe altack of pneumonia. New Foundland H-r ings, at O. C. Farrar & Co s. Removed. The case of Elias Powell indicted for the murder of Mr. Cohen has ieeu removed from this county to Halifax and set for trial next Thursday, as accesso ry. The trial of John Williams has been continued till next court. Rocky Mount Mail. With the last is sue the Rocky Mount Mail entered upon the fourth year of its existance. The Mail is conducted with dignity, spirit and vigor and deserves abuudent success. We drink to your health, Bro. Thorpe. Choice brands of Cigars at wholesale and retail, at J. A. Williamson's. tf To Contributors. We are again cal led upon to announce that we cannot under any circumstances publish a communica tion unless it is accompanied by the name of the author. Several enigmas have been received this week without the composer's name. The Orphans. Four little boys and iTi equal number of little girls from the Ox hrd Asylum gave an entertainment at Teel Hail Tuesday evening. We were gratified to know that a very respectable audience turned out to hear them. The perfor mance was quite creditable. About fifty dollars in cash were realized besides quite aa amount of contributions in kind. Lectures. James Barron Hope, Esq., is expected to address the Press Associa tion during the Convention which meets Tueeday in Wilmington. It is thought Gov. Vance will also deliver his celebrated lecture on the "Scattered Nation" at the same time. Quite a treat seems in store for our tribe. Weldou Cotton Plow Castings at the Hardware Sloie. -it. Is Louisville. Dr. N. J. Pittmau is absent, being iu attendance upon the Medi cal Association of the United States, which is in convention at Louisville. Somebody or other was very much frightened and went for a stuffed wild cat that had been deposited in his room the other night with a vengeauce. He knock ed him down several times with a club. For the Penitentiary. Seven cul prits at the late, emit were sentenced to the Penitentiary from this county fur terms varying from two to fifteen years. All except one are colom1. Mr. J. L. Winner desires usto inform the public that he will leave Tarboro' in a few days. Those wanting Photographs will please call early at Adams' Hotel. Mr. Winner is an experienced photograph er, tf Clothing made to order to fit or no sale, for cash at Whitlock's. Disgraceful. It does not matter what kind of a troupe or audience assembles at Teel HalL there seems to be a crowd of ne groes in attendance who delight in distur bing the gentle portion of those present by loud whistling, shrieks, Jcc. It is very an noying to ladies and should be discontinued. We called in the Hardware Store of Gen'l Lewis, a few days ago and were struch wit'i adminration at the elegant Planter's Hand led Steel Ilces he offers to our Farmers. They are the best thing of the kind we hae ever seen in this market. We aie informed by Gen'l Lewis that a large number of the best Fanners in the county lave bought them. Brought to Grief. Our citizens w ill remember an affray that occured between one W P Mabson aud Geo Bell, both ne groes, last summer during the canvass, who were both rival canidates for the Senate. Last the case come up for trial and Mabson was fined $25 and cost, which being about 'i0., the bill foots up $55. - . Died. At the residence of Dr. J. W. Jones yesterday morning Miss Siddie Jef frys of cousumtiou. She was the sister-in-law of Dr. Jones and aunt of Mr. C. J. Aust in. The funeral will take place to-day at 8J o'clock. The friends of the family are invited to attend. Election of Officers. The following officers have been elected for Advance Lodge, No 28. I. O. G. T., for the ensu ing quarter : j Vf. C. T. W P Williamson. j W. V. T. Miss Maggie Paiamountain. j W. C. Lewis Chamberlain. W. R. S. J G M Cordon. W. F. S. Geo Terrell. i W. T. Aug Brit. W. M. Fred Jones. P. W. C. T. Jno K Whetler. ex offi cio. Hay for sale by O. C. Farrar & Co's Cotton Factory. We are gratified to learn that Dr. Mercer of this county con templates erecting at an early day a cotton factory on Tar River a few miles above Toisnot. Last Call ! The Township Trustees inform us that Saturday, Sth iust., will positively be the last day that they will be in session for the purpose of receiving the taxable property of said Township. Decission Rendered. Norfieet vs. Sta ton was decided by Judge Moore this week. Judgment in favor of plaintiff. Mr. Sta ton took au appeal and will continue iu the office of Clerk till the opinion of the Su preme Court is rendered. Weldon Cotton Plow Castings at the Hardware Store. -It. Convention in Edgecombe. We are glad to see our friends moving on this im portant subject in Edgecombe. A county convention has been called to meet in Tar boro on the 15th of June. Old Edgecombe has been scourged with Radicalism and the Canby Constitution long enough. A Dem ocratic Legislature has rescued Tarboro from the hands of the Vandals a State Convention will extend a like deliverance to the noble old county of Edgecombe. Wilson Advance. Thank you gentlemen. Gen. W. G. Lewis. The attention of the public is called to the advertisements of Gen. W. G. Lewis, hardware dealer, in to-day's issue . He is a firm believer in prin ter's ink aud represents his business to thousands of families in Edgecombe, Pitt and Martin counties by weekly visits through the columns of the Southerner. His business of course flourishes. A nice lot of clothing for youths, at O. C. Farrar & Co'h The Po')kwalter Engine which Uen'I Lewis offers to our Farmers for ginning purposes is said to be the best thing of the kind used in this country. Its low price bring it in the reach of ail Farmers who make forty or more bales of cottou. There are thirteen of them in use in Martin Count and all give the very greatest satisfaction. Hook and Ladder Company. At a meeting of the Tarboro' Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, held Monday night, the following officers were elected for the en suing year : President and Foreman John W. Cotten. First Assistant Foreman Alex. McCabe. Second Assistant Foreman T. VT. Toier. Secretary C. J. Austin. Treasurer D. W. Hurtt. Axemen Fred. Whitney, J. II. Brown, M T. Gwathney, Sol. Woolard, F. Carlisle, Ed' Pennington. The Company is now permanently or ganized and thoroughly equipped. We challenge the State to beat it either in mus cle or appearance. A Spelling Bee. They hail a diction ary pulling up at Tarboro the other night of which the Southerner gives a graphic account. They all stood up aud spelled away like good fellows, right and left, but the combatants finally narrowed down to two young friends of ours, Dr. George L. Shackelford and Mr. Haywood Clark, when the former failing to reader the word "quaigh" correctly, Mr. Clark was declared the winner of the prize a brand new edition of Josh Billings' "Almanax" The funds realized on the occasion are to be appropriated to the benefit of the Char lotte Centennial fund. WiL Journal. The Photograph Gallery on Main Street is flourishing and all work, well executed, tf. M. C. Hexiy. Fancy Hoi-. The Mi.-:es;f Mrs. Gen'l Pender's school celebrated the return of May last Friday evening with a Fancy Hop, Ice cream and so forth. There were many novel costumes, but the most so was the one worn by Miss Dora Staton, who was attired in a dress made from copies of the Tarborough Southerner. Th3 dress was almost as pretty as the wearer, and at a distance of a few feet resembled the finest silk. The Southerner felt highly flattered. The Hon was a pleasant ai'fair indeed and we hope the next "May Day" will be equally as well celebrated. The Recent Coi d Snap ix vie Moun tains. Asa man, a private individual, we will vouch for the varac't y of our friend D.ckey of the Moustar.i Messenger, but as j an editor we beg t be excused. Here is an extract from au article l:i his last on the recent c ld snap in Jeliei'sw. A party of boys iu towu thought to enjoy asi egg supper, as it was entirely, too cold t ) go 'sparking.' The CLrgs (o dozen) were procured, placed in a huge tea-kettle, and the kettle was placed on a large log lire. The water in the bottom of the kettle boiled profusely, but, to their surprise, the top of the water was froze so hard that the eggs could not be got out until the ice was cut out with an a v. If yon want a nice ."eek Tie, Scarf or Collar, no to U. C. Farrar C.s. Gooi News. The Democrats met al Noble's Mill "Walnut Creek Township" May 1st. Col W II Knight was called to the chair and Mr Pit Edge requested to act as Secretary. The object of the meet ing was to appoint delegates to the county Canveution which assembles in Tarboro on the loih day of June to nominate cumulates for the State Convention. Tne chair ap pointed the following delegates : Col C B Killibrew, W II Toiston, Dr A B Nobles, S D Procter li C Bourne, Bryant Cooper, SL Hart, Jos Be.-t, Joshua Killibiew,. J W Wimberly. On motion of II C Bourne the chairman ;;nd Secre'.ery were added to the committee. This is the first step and a good one. Let us hear from ever- township in ue county. The ball is in motion, who will speak next ? Let the good work speed onward. - Election hf M.i;istatks saio to Uni-ontiitt;o:.i.. John Norileet. Es.j., in casting his yo'.e f r .Magis'.r.tte in the second ward on Monday ad led the follow ing postscript: 'I vote for B. J. Knvii lis ,., i n-Jn-tice of the peace not with the expectation that he will qualify aul attempt to exercise the function of the ofiice, if clec'.e 1 : my ob ject being to defeat if my vole will do so, the election of one who, it is believed if elected, will qualify as such and attempt to exercise its functions contrarv to what I believe to be cunstitu'.ior state iu regard to the elect . la'. :1 O isiiees of the Peace." There seems to be a douht of this mode ' of electing Justices, but we will lay before j our readers the article of the Cou-titutiou I bearing upon the subject. Art. 7. Section 5, of the Constitution of ! North Carolina a? published iu Battle's Rev'..-:il reads thus : In each township there shall be biennial ly elected by the quaihi el voters thereof a clerk and two Justices of the Peace, who shall constitute a Board of Trustees and shall, under the supervision of the county commissioners, have control til the taxes and finances, roads anl brub.es of the township as may be pivseri!" d by The General Asseml iv may provide for the election of a - -er number of law. also Jus tices of the Peace in chics and towns and in those townships in which cities aud towns are situated. 0. C. Farrar & Co., have just received a ! nice stock of Boy's and Yut 's Clothing. IIox- C,E0- Howard. The Greensboro Patriot learns from the Raleigh Capital Edgecombe County, that our distinguished fellow townsman May rd lu. S will take the field for Convention iu Wil Editors Southerner. -Your last paper sou lt ;3 A mistake. Judge Howard contains an art.cie m wnicu mv name is used without cause I therefore ask space in your next issue to reply. The article alluded to purports to he in su! -.ante a letter handed iu for publication by some citizen of the county. WLdT you may not have collected any substantial facts in relfercace to, or connected with the subject treated upon which you should have done before parading my name before the public through other letter writers. I do not dispute your' prerogative in publishing anonymous articles when you as-ume the responsibility as you doubtless have in this matter, however, so far as the truth of the assertions made in the article is concerned, I feel at liberty to pronounce them without foundation, and shall only here refer the writer and the public to t be law iu reeraid to the duty of a Standard Keeper. It is true I have aa Assistant, but he has been properly instructed as to his duties iu the premises, and has never gone beyond his duty as I run aware of lie sells medicines for me, but has never done so on Ihe Sab bath day only when persons afflicted have persuaded upon him to do so. Touching his political discussions with cither white or colarei men I know nothing of, nor have 1 any business to know. He is twen ty one years old and claims under oar con stitution the right of free speech. 1 have endeavored to to do my duty as an oiiieer of the count', I shall continue to do so without fear or favor. Jf my calling upon any citizens to find out if he has had his vessels, measures an 1 weights stamped is "contemptible" let it be so. If I am turn ed away, such must abide the decision of the courts. I deem this much ;aid sufficient to satisfy ail rigiit thinking minds. P. S. Hicks, S. K. C);ir correspondent alluded to above is a property-holder, a white man of intelligence aud of truth. When a communication is handed us with such a signature as his we never feel it encumbent upon us "to collect substantial facts," but are content to trust to the veracity of such correspondents, P. S.I licks, S. K., to the contrary notwith standing. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of correspondents, but ifP.S. Hicks, S. K., wishes to get satisfaction, ho can bo informed the correspondent's name on application at this office. 'So far as the truth of the article is con cerned I feel at liberty to pronounce them without foundation.' Well, iir, it is mere ly a question of veracity between P S Hicks, S K and our correspondent. The assistant of P S Hicks, S K may have been properly instructed in the premises, but does he follow out those instructions ? No body disputes the right of P S Hicks, S K to perform his duty as an officer of the county provided he does it in a straightfor ward, open and honorable manner. Wheth er the conduct of his assistant, as alleged by our correspondent is "contemptible" or not, rests with the public. The communi cation of P S Hicks S K is somwhat im pudent, but as we have published one side we wave the objection, and give the other a hearing. Our correspondent will perhaps notice the communication of P. S. Hicks, S. K., if it deserves any notice at all. We now feel inclined to apologize to the public for the notoriety the Southerner has uuwittingly given P. S. Hicks, S. K. Victory! Victory!! Tarboro' nil O Xv. REDEEMED .A.T LAST ! The Town Democratic ELECTION QUIET. The e'cctio.i which was held under th provisions of an act of the General Assem bly of North Carolina, entitled "An Act for the better government of the Town of Tarboro," Moiiday last, was one of most important that ever took place in ourtowrr. The election pasicd off very quietly, not a single disturbance having occurred. Here is the result : FIRST ward. For Commissioners : Je A. Williamson, :!." .Tac..!) IVlden ae nier. A. if Maenair, Win. II. Johnston, Justice of the Peace : William M Pippen, Robert C Brown, Scattering, SECOND WARD. For Commissioners : Fiederick Philips, Daniel W Hurt!, John Nortieet, Henry D Teel, Justice of the Peace : James M Sprsgins, Ber.j J Kec-ch, THIRD W ARD. ; 4:1 l'.i 2 (J For Commis Alexander McCabe, Joseph Co'oi), Joseph H I Saker, Marceilus L Hussey, Justice of the Win S Battle, Warren J Jones, Moses Chase, sioriers : 21 -1:3 Therefore the Board of Co.mnissioner.s for the ensuing year will consist of Messrs. Jesse A Williamson, Jacob Fel lenkeimer, Frederick Philips, Daniel W llurtt, Alex McCabe and Joseph Cobb, the four first mentioned being Democrats which w ill en sure a decided working majority. lu justice to Dr. Maenair, f'a'it. Brown a:i i !!. it-el, we will state that their names were used., without, their consent, by the radicals in order to split the democratic vote, which was, as it d-served to be, a 11K.SI inglorious failure. Dr. Baker, Mr. Hiis-ey an I Mr. Battle, were tlu regular democratic nominees in the third ward, but as it is overwhelmingly radical, the result was n"t unexpected. We c i::rr:itula'o the citizens of Tarboro that virtue, iuU-iliov ace an ropertv wi'.l icrcafter control our municipal affairs. Radicalism has lo.-t its foothold in our midst. We deem this a fitting opportunity to tender in the name of the w hite peaple of peap Tarboro thanks to Win. M. Pippen, Est through whose active agency and untiring efforts the above glorious result was mainly brought about, and also to Jos. S. Staton, Esq., of Pitt, who so gallantly conducted the bill amending our charter thrugb. the late session of the General As sembly and who will, we are assured, watch the interest of our people, should the people (if Pitt be wise enough to return him again to the Legislature as their repre sentative. Mr. Staton half way belongs to Edgecombe. Where is the " Little Dcmecrat?" Let him roar. son. will ?uss the caesium in Edirccoinbi Eomnia, I am compose 1 of ly letlers. My first is in duck but not in hen. My second is in hawk but not in wren, My third is in in walk but not in run, My fourth is iu sword but not in gun, My fifth is in violin but not in flute, My sixth is in banjo but no in lute, My seventh is in trumpet but not in horn, My cigth is i:i goat but not in fawn, My ninth is in teeth but not in jaw, My tenth is in chisel but not in saw, My eleventh is in Jupiter but not in Mars, My twelfth is in moon but not in stars, My thirteenth is in thresher but not in flail. My fourteenth is in penitentiary but not in jaii, My fifteenth is iu cotton but not in silk. My sixteenth is in brandy but not in milk, My seventeenth is iu Seine but not in Pc, My eighteenth is in arrow but not iu bow, My nineteenth is in gravel but not in sand, My whole will be sonithiug exciting and grand. X. Y. The Episcopal Convention. The Ral eigh Sentinel says : It meets in Newborn the 1'Jth of tli ia month. The next day is the Centennial in Charlotte and there is much feeling with some of the Convention to lie present on the occasion. We learn that Bishop Atkibson, having been appeal ed to on the subject of poo!p.-jnement, would have readily ordered another day, but the canonical time required in which to give such notice was not sufficient. That that lime is sixty days and before the no tice could have been given there would not be more than forty days before the time of meeting. If a quorum of the different par ishes be not represented in Newbern the Convention will adjourn to another day and attend the Centennial aud, in conver sation to-day with one of our clergymen he thought the convention would adjourn, for the Centennial, quorum or not. , The Spelling Bee. As a general inter est iu the "spelling matches," now so pro fusely patronized at the North and West and a.-s the amusement has been introduced hers, we publish the following "rules" which are generally observed wherever the bees' have come to the front : 1. The captains draw sid.es by lot. '2. A speller has but one trial at each word. '.). To set all at eae the dictator will be gin with simple words as ache, field, breakfast, etc. 4. Obsolete, or technical words are not to be excluded, but with this proviso : That upon such word being given out any speller may have the right to object, sta ting his plea. The umpires will then de cide whether said word be sufficiently ob jectionable to exclude it. No speller will be allowed to spell a word two ways with out electing de mode as being positively correct. 5. The speller may repeat the word af ter the leader, shall have the right to ask the meaning, or question the correctness of the pronunciation of tho word after spel ling after the pronunciation no correction will be allowed. G. Whenever a speller misses he shall go to the foot of his division, and on missing three words he shall take his seat. 7. Webster or Worcester shall be author ity on all disputed points. These rules are liberal enough, enabling the speller, as he elects, to avail himself of all the latitude in spelling. Vance's Sketches of North Cabolina will be issued in book form about the mid dle of May. Price 75 cents. f- J. P. Dillixcham, Agent. -s . A large lot of Gents Philadelphia made Shoes for Spring aud Summer both hand and Machine made, of the latest styles and prices to suit the times, at 0. C. Farrar & Co's. 4t If you are in npe l of "Time," go to BELL Sand proeuro one of these Beautiful Calendar Clocks : They toll you the Month, day of the month and week, hour and minutf, makes ils own changes at midnight gives Feb'y of Leap years 21) days; runs 8 and 30 days at one winding, also a great variety of other clocks, any Ktyle and price, warranted to give perfect satisfaction Watchs, Jewelry, Rings Buttons, in great variety. Repairing promptly done. Chamberlain fc Rawls are offering great inducements to purchasers o goods In their line. A splendid assortment of Clocks just received. A full lice of 18K Rings, Vest and Opera Chains, cheaper than they were ever offered before in Tarboro. Every thing else in their line " dirt cheap." Fine repairing a specialty. The Best in the Commonwealth for the money, Mehegan's Canker Segars and Glee j Club Segars. Af.k your Druggist,IIotel Keep I er and Grocer for the Bankers and Glee Club Seaars. Manufactured in Norfolk, Va., by I mi l'.t -tf. W. A. MEIIEGAN. PiioTouRARiiER. Mr.J.L. Winner, of Washington, is in town aud will remain only a few days longer. We are person ally acquainted with him and know him to be an experienced photographer. He is prepared to execute Photographs, Ambro types and Porcelain pictures ; take pictures on Watch dials, landscape scenes, views of buildings, ice, in the most improved style at very reasonable figures. His place of business is at Adam's Hotel. 4t. E. B. Blaiiiee &. Co., successors to Bla inire, Wiikii.s & Wilson, Norfolk, Va., invite the attention of ladies to their large .stock of Siiring and Summer materials for costumes. Special attention is invited to our Dress De partment, which is so tb'.uoughly sysfnin lized that ladies icsiding ai a distance eau h:te their dresses m i with the same promptness and satisfaction as if they were here in person. Ten Thousand Dollars worth of Botteriek's litest Fashion Paper Patterns, always on hand. C.iialotru.-". U l atlenis Mtd samples '.ooiis nianeo noon ;ii;jhrataei tie n.iueil upon application tie ot cLi irr.i'. '-ti-!-iis lii.iiie l upon receipt of prl' c ni(.!,;ioii'"i in i-;i:aio!ies. '. ). I), packages to ilit- amount of Twenty Dollars or mo:e expressed wi:h freight prepaid. We hope all consumers of lirsl-class Dry Goods will currespon i with ns an l learn our prices, a-s we aie anxious to F:;pp!- vonr wants. Address E. 13. BLAMIKE & CO., lur.lHtf. 1?2 Main St., Norfolk, Va. COMMERCIAL. Tarboro Market. COilRECTEU WEEKI.r l'.Y H. B. ALSOP, Grccor, MAIN STIiEin, rX'A.I330TiO', IN" . C. IJidiie p pri -e. ami stores. roduetion are quote! r.t the buying all others at the selling price from liAcex S. C. Ilaisis.iu eauviss, per lb. 17(518 Shoulders " 11iH- Sides, back bone and rib, 15(5, 1 t5c Bulk Meats. Shoulders, per ib-- ICJo'.Jllc Sides, clear, i:;llc Bcb?. Fresh, per k. Stftc Spiced Family per lb l'-'c IUggiso,. Tier yard, 1417 Bsss-.. 1' 2-. dX-5e iit'TT y.ti ' 40ero0c Cotto.v, per pound, ICrgH,1 Cotton Yarm", per bunch, ?1 tioelloC Cokn, per l.usfrl, . 70e fOe Creese, -p it, 20t23e Chickens, -Oei; 0e r.oos, per dozen 15(0e r lour i'atapsco family t bbl- -$9 50(4 lO Other frauds ?((itJ'J limas Dry IT,. '.i(ilOc Green, lb. fic Iron Tif.s, V R. 10c Lard, V IOmISc Meal, per bushel H)c Molasses Sugar House gallon,-5070 Cuba r2iAX0 Onions, per bushel, ?1 50(if2 00 Pork Mess per bbl. ?:.:j 00(,rJ:J 50 Hump, " t"-l 50(,t-W (JO Potatoes, sweet, -:v bushel, - ti7e(t 75 iri.-u, per 'his I'e vs, per bushel, Salt, i. A. per sack, - -Liverpool, per sack, S.vrsAon, per lb, Tea, per lb, Tallow, per lb. tiel- !i0c7i 75 --bOctfsJl.OO - 1 75(a.:i 00 2 5u .-,!() OijjSe New Yorl; Markets. New York, May i Cotton quiet sales of 8"0 pales of uplands at 1G ; Orleans 174. Baltimore RMarhets. Baltimore, May o cotton dull and nom inal : middlings 10. liOBT. LAWSOS & CO., SADDLE, KNiSS, COLLAIt, and TRUNK MANUFACTURERS and dealers in SADDLE&Y HARDWARE, YHIPS, LADIES' SATCHELS, CARRI AGE ROBES &C. No. 277 West Baltimore Street, April I', 1.75. iy Bingham School, Established in 1793. t. r 3 i i j a. TV j ; v i r., t.. e , TV . C Moj. KOBT. BINGHAM, Mai. WM. B. LYNCH. Capt. T. S. NORWOOD, v,'. G. QUACKEXBUSII, University of Ya.5- The Spiing Session of 1875 opened Janu ary l:Jth, but applicants are received al any time. Tuition and Board, per session of twenty weeks, 5150. Tuition is FUEL to tons of Gospel Minis ters and to candidates for the ministry, ir resoeeli'. of denomination. For particulars, address MAJ. KOI'LIIT E1SGHAM, Feb. 12.-tf Supt. " WEBER'S BAKERY ! THIS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS now ready to supply the people of Tar boro ami vicinity with all kinds ol Bread, Cakes, French and Plain Candies, ft?., yc, embracing everything usually kept in a First Class Ktat. lishnient of the kind. Thaiikfal for the liberal patronage of the past the undersigned asks a continuation, with the promise of satisfaction. 1'rivate Fa.mil ies can nlwayo have tlicir Cukes IS;iked bcrc at short est notice. Orders for Partf.es & Balls promptly filled. Call and examine our stock, nex door to Bank of New Hanover. Nov. 4.-ly. JACOB WEBER, f NEW FIRM! TIIE undersigned having purchased the entire interests ot W. A. Bsstt, are now prepared to do uny kind of PAINTING, Plain or Fancy, usual in their line. They have an agreement with Mr. W. A. Bassett by which his services may be procured on all work of especially difficult execution. W'e respectfully solicit the patronage of the pubbc. T. W TOLER, T. C. BASaKTT. Jan. 8th, 1875. Cut ADVERTISEMENTS HI! ; i ' - NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS! Opposite Hotel .'-.."If1 Tarboro', li. F m READY-MADE DRY GOODS, GENTS' UNDER WEAR, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, &C. The public is respectfully informed that our Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS has arrived, and embraces the best assorted stock of the above goods in town. Our stock of Men and Boys Business and Dress Suits is lar ger than ever and su perior to any thing shown in this market, Our non-fading Flannel Suits are made in la test styles. TTe have a fine line of Goods to fit everybody, which will be sold low for cash. Call and see our stock before purchasing elsewhere. We never misrepresent goods. We will sell as low as they can be bought anywhere. IBRGHANT TAILORING lor Cash Only. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER OF THE FINEST Worsteds, Diagonals, Broad Cloths & Cassimeres ' ' ' m any style desired, and Warranted to Fit, Oil VO S.1L.E. April 9th, 1875. Ij M.J IV WMtlock's, I 1 II r -w. r . "ttmr m u u WATCHMAKER&.TEWELER 1 A general stock of goods in my line always on hand, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST ! I make a ' Snno.ialtv of Rrli1 Ploln rir.lt l.,rrorr.,f T : . q...j nn- -!.. T j wv.i.mwuiv .. 1 1 i 1. 1 1 li i H 1 1 S , OIUU9, VjOi 1(1 L &I1U UU Buttons. Everything sold, guaranteed as represented. Fine and difficult repairing promp ly done, and warranted. Old Gold and Silver wanted. See Sign Big Watch, Next to Pender & Jenkins, Main Street, - 1875. SPRING. 1875. B GRAND OP 2pjrLj3.g Goods -00- The largest stock of goods ever be found at our establishment. SPRING READY-MADE CLOTHING, F 0 It MEWS, 10 UTHSP & IS O I" S JJ9JE1R. A great variety of Consisting of a large assortment of Prints, Lawns, White Goods, Dress Goods, Bleechings, Cotton Sheet ing, Linens, Cloths, Notions, &c, &c. Soots of every description, for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. Hats, Trunks, Watises9 Umbrellas Parascls, Straw Gooels, vM aVc. We invite the public to call and examine our stock before nurchasinp- their goods and convince themselves of the above fact. We have purchased our stock for cash and can UNDER-SELL any D0(ly, yu can save at least 15 per cent, by purchasing your goods of us. Give us a call and see for yourselves. N. 13. We make Clothing to order at the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. A good assortment of CLOTHS, CAS1IER IS, CONSTANTLY Gents Furnishing Goods a Specialty. II. MORRIS & BRO. Tarboro', N. C, April 9th, 1875. Largest, Finest, Cheapest Stock of Dry Goods for Ladies, Cliil dreii and CJents. PENDER & JENKINS. April Oth, 1875. DRUGS Al TEAS, i D R. L. L. STATON, Wholesale and Retail dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Winow Class, Putty, Fancy Arti cles, Garden Seed and Teas, &c. Offers special inducements to auy onv tra ding with hiin. Dr. Staton sells the English Breakfact Pocket Teas at $1 per lb., and warrant thenTsatisfactory or refund the money. " ' " mar.5-tf m aaay Man am Law n - Tarboro'. N. C TION exhibited at one time, and nla, ran SU1TIIS, on, m ON IIAND. 9m. tf CONSUMPTION CURED. To the Editor of The Southeiwr : Esteemed Friends : Will yon please inform your readers that I have a posiiive t'C'JtE FOR COSL MI'TJO. and all disorders of the Throat and Lungs, anil that, ly ils use in my practice, 1 have cured hiuidrcff s of cases, and will give Sl.OOO oo for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, so i strong is my faith, 1 will send a Sample, free, to any sufferer addre6siDK me j Please show this letter to any one you may j Kuow who is Millerinjr from these diseases, j and oblige, faithfully yours, UK. 1. i BURT, apr. 23-Om. 69 William St., New York.