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Charles & VilliamSOn, Uitli the radical party. That partj M. UU1IVMV1 m MM. JS. IwyilVWIM W. P. WILLIAMSON, - - Editor. JAS. C. CHARLES, - Associate. Friday, : : : Aug. 13, 1875 Gov- Graham. Gov. Graham is dead. This pad I I mtormauon reacneu U3 uajr Beit, yesterday from baratoga wbitner he had gone to repair his feeble I health. In his death, North Carolaa loses one of the most honorable sons ever born within her borders. A man of sterling integrity, of up right character, a patriot, a states'. man, a high-toned, christian gen. tleman, he enters the grave leaving behindhimanhonored and unsullied , .A x A. . ' . name as a heritage to the virtue of I I his people andan example worthy of being emulated by the youth ot our land. In these days of moral I and political degeneracy, we can ill afford to loss such a man B W. As a North Carolin- I ian we mourn his loss, but his walk through life gives the assur ance that hia spirit is now with I Ilim who gave it, and rests in eter- nal neace. Hallowed be his mem- ory ! The Result. . ... - V 1 ' " i " 1 It comes out at the small end of I , ., , J I game, they deserve to be spanked L - . . ,.r . Irom Dan to Jiersheba. it is a hard thing to talk of pulling through. We ought to have had a majority of thirty. If we are beat ten, our Democratic friends ought to be silent, or they must open their mouth3 for another campaign. We give as the final result 60 Democrats, 60 Radicals, with just enough doubt as to leave the matter in a squabble. BY SrECIAL TELEGRAPH. Kaleigh, .August 1. 6 p. m. The result foots up as follows: Dem ocrats 00, llepubhcans 59, lndepen- deat Democrat 1. Asht and Polk yet in doubt, and conceded to the Ptepublicaiis on this count. This may be relied on. In the death of br. but it ifl hl.vpd that Crave, Drogden will order an election in Orange at once to fill the vacaucy. B. A Radical Victory- The result of the election held on the 5th of Ausust fordeleff8te3 to a convention to revise the or ganic law of the State is a burning O I shame on the white men of the mid land counties and an eloquent con mentary upon our party leaders. In Alabama and Kentucky elections similar in their nature have been attended with the most gratifying results while North Carolina with boasted majority of tvhite men who claim the intelligence and vir tue of the State has suffered radi calism in all its hideousness to gain one of the most decided victories it has ever been our sad misfortune to witness. We speak plainly. We have party fealty but not enough to force us to conceal iionest con victions er deny the truth. A ma jority of forty six reduced to possii. bly two ! Gloss it over as you please with probable and possible causes, it re im.;ii2 overwhelming democrat ic defeat viewed in any light. The party lines were strictly drawn and the result stands out in bold relief a victory fr the radical party. The call of a convention was right in principle, it was necessary, we la bored earnestly for its huccess, and had the midland counties done their duty in iv manner like that of the East, and th- transmontano sect ion, our majority would ioc have Leen so outrageously diminished. Perhaps wo are mistaken in our opinion of the responsibility of the mischief, but if the party wishes to recover, less apathy must be dis played in 1876 when the die will be cast for the weal or for the woe of State and the Nation. How uo great men stand- this oppressively warm weather ? Do you suppose President Grant ever retires from the weight Jof state affairs to remove his coat and col lar, or that Charles Francis .4dams ever steps around in the back yard to pull up bis pants to cool his BhinB '! We fear the?9 are matters which will fii i rj roliition th's side of the yrtne. Ther are white men, so-call.d, in our midit who in full accord 1 tion of the two racei, in an oblitera tion of all social distinction between them, in an intermingling in chur chei, in grare yarcU, in common schools. Senator Boutwell, of Massachusetts, in reply to a speech by our distinguished Senator Ran som made in defence of the prerogs atives of the white race and south ern Society, deliberately gaye as the sentiment of the people whom he represents in the greatest legis- , , menta and tha nnrtv of -which he IS ft beaJ(m light that fte Qnly way t0 B0ive fa Yexe negro question is to gire him ciril rights, to rear and educate the coming white genera lth coming negro genera tion, to compel by law your children to sit together in mixed schools taught alike by white and negro teachers. Think of it, gentle Southern mother! Your little darling ed seated by a negro teachers ! ier lilly - white sJcm cruised dv a roa in , . . ' .. . tha hnnda nf a n da si fin a. to. malip.iciua y. , and thafc t0Q fa iir 0 fa ianfl. Those white men known in the community as radicals give countenance to this mternl "rw7- lheJ 8eek t0 ele 6 the Degro. 10 your Bocial leVel ThM himevA m neirro annremaffv. TMnk yQU dispas8ionately of the .;tuation; Look at the nicture tru- lj laid before your eyes, then ask your inner self whether or not it is e auty oi woman in ner own prep- i . . . .i i. er spnere to treat witn scorn snca men, their wives and their children. AmnK 70U " 18 n05 Jour Bacrea mi i . 3 I rlnt.w to rennmfrita with finr Vtnm WW V VMV VI WWW , vw uuu b&nd when ha r-lmsnq hanrlq with finnh R. Trtfin. whn ha nnona irnnr , vx. tr door to him. vhn h critters vnnr cnua to become the companion o VAinfl cnA froAlw AaTtq wVr J , , . . " , , Iheciveshim countenance br salu ting him on the public high-ways, when, wOTst of all, he elects him to civil offices by becoming his bonds man. Tell your husband he insults you, your race and your children Teach them to despise, to treat with scorn, to spit upon all Civi Righters, and you will have done but your duty. Think of it, mai den ! think of it mother ! look at the picture with all its horrors. Extinction of the Negro Race. Not long ago we took the posi tion from observations made in Edgeccmbe, now one of the most populous negro counties in the State that the "race was gradually but surely becming tinct. A gen t!6maa at tne laW term 01 Darrus I Court told the editor of the Charlotte f Southern Home that 40 of the 93 negroes owned by his father, had died since their emancipation. Th births on the place-the year before the emancipation were 16. Since then, there have been but five birth in ten years among tho former slaves. He said that there were but 150 negroes left in Poplar Tent on the plantations that once had 1500 Many had gone off, but he believe that tho great majority had gone to their graves. Ana so u is in almost every county. We therefore advise thou contemptible carpet-baggers wh have so long fattened in official po eitions derived from the negro vote. although decidedly now in the eve ning of their infamous career, to look at these facts, pack up and leave for those parts whence they came. Shut out as they were from all decent association at the North and being unable to make an honest living there, they rushed down up on the South like a rapacious gang of thieves devouring all that wa even left us in our impoverished condition through the instrumental ity of the hordes of ignorant blacks who had recently been given the Sacred privileges of the ballot-box It is needless to say they have been spit upon with the contempt they deserve, and will always be treated with scorn so long as the white race preserves its identity. Neverthe less, it is amusing to look upon their futile attempt to effect an entrance into polite circles of Southern soci ety and more than amusing to know how signally they have failed. Yes, Mr. Carpet-bagger, you are despised among our people, the dear negro race is dying out, go back to your penitentiaries or ben come sutlers again in Sherman's army. No respectable white man has any use for you. He dares not trust you out of his sight. 'Hurrah for civil rights !' shouted Mr. Eustace Lane, 'sou of a colored clergyman of Savannah, as he charged his way through the crowd and kissed the daughter of a weal thy white citizen. He was not lynched on the spot, "but bould have been. Victory Eleswhere. . In Alabama a few days ago an election was held to decide whether or'not a Constitutional Convention should be called. The contest was a struggle between the two parties. The Democrats carried the day by a handsome majority, from ten to twenty thousand. This is good news. We rejoice that Alabama is at last to have a Constitution of her own making and can threw off the negro carpets bag military concern, which in 1868 was forced upon them. This victory places Alabama in the front line with the Democratic States ef the Union. It secures the electoral vote for a Democratic President and Vice-President in he next National election. It ilestrnvfl .h Republican narty of www . j m -w -w x 4 that plundered State, and assures the continual dominance of the white race over the black race for all time to come. But how is tl with North Caros Una ? In Kentucky ia spite of the un usual activity of the Republicans and the sluggish canvass of the Democrats, the Republicans have not reduced the Democratic ma jority in the State but on the con trary the Democratic ma jority is positively increased ! The result in Kentucky, under all the circumstances, is a great victory for the Democracy, and a barometer of the general tendency of politica opinion in the Southern States, exs cept poor old . North Carolina. Let the white men of the mid land counties clothe themselves in sack cloth and ashes and hang their heads in shame ! They have done the work. Jefferson Davis. Now, that quiet reigns in the po litical camp, let the press turn its attention for a moment to the Uni yersitv. of North Carolina. The trustees at an early day will cen sider the propriety of electing a President, and the distinguished patriot whose name we mention above has been suggested for the position. He has declined a simi lar one in a Texas institution, we learn, owing to the meagre salary tendered him. Were the trustees of the University to offer him a sal ary of ten thousand dollars, no doubt he would accept, and it would prove in the end a happy and lu crative investment. A. Detter se lection under the peculiar cir cumetancea could not be made in the Southern States. His influ ence would guarantee a large influx of student from every state in our sunny land. As a man, he is able, honest and good, and would make an excellent president of an educa tional institution. He who denoun ces him knows nothing of his char acter or is too infamously mean to admire a bold and an honest man. He is said to be engaged at this time in writing a history of the iite war between the states, but we hardly imagine his duties in the position we name would conflict with the work. It the trustees are wise, Jefferson Davis will be the man. "Wo Told Yen Sol" Since Thursday's result has be come known we have been saluted on all sides with the epithet " wo told you so." We quote and cor- dially endorse the following from tho Kaleigh News, which i9 a just and fitting rebuke to such laggards : For the first class of gentry, we have not a particle of patience. Whole-souled men throw themselves into the fate of their party for weal or for woe. The pitiable reserva-. tions, founded upon more tender conscience or superior sagaoity, weighs nothing with those who sac rifice everything, and who plunge enthusiastically into a contest for the supremacy of race, regardless of the result. Men look for bold ness, for intellect, and for some thing like conscience, in thoso who stay the progress of a great politic cal revolution. They will attach very little yalue to the opinion of those who strung in laggardly, and who now claim the merit of being the prophets of evil. To such men the Democratic party will not tie for leadership. North Carolina Presidents. Tide Springfield Republican and Baltimore Sun are both in error in naming the Presidents from North Carolina and elected from Tennessee. They say that Jacksen was a native of South Carolina. Now it is a well established fact in North Carolina that Andrew Jackson, the mighty partisan leader was born in Union county very near the South Carolina line. James Knox Polk and .4n drew Johnson first saw the light in the Old North State, whose sons have lent such lustre to other States. The Buuker Hill Centennial has worked a great revolution in the feelings of Bobert Toombs, and he thinks he could stand nov ia the shadow of the monument and beat "Yankee Doodle" on a tin pail with satisfactioa- EDITORIAL SaUIES. There is a little talk in Tennes see of urging the Governor to apt point Jefferson Davis to the seat of Andrew Johnson in the United States Senate. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston has written to Gov. Gerland declining the Presidency of the Arkansas ndustrial University: Henry Clay's father was a bap tist preacher, and so also was .Hen ry's brother, Porter Clay. What Morton is this who is de: ivering speeches oat West against inflation? Any relation to the Morton who argued last year that inflation, and inflation only, could saye the country from ruin ? The latest and by all odds tie most formidable candidate for Govs ernor of Georgia is the Hon. Alex ander H. Stephens. The State journals are taking up his name with much enthusiasm. Mr. Her- schel V. Johnson must bestir hira self if Mr. Stephens enters the field against him. Colonel R. A. Alston, of the Atlanta Herald, guest of Hon. "UJT! G. Eastman, of Poughkeepsie, was serenaded last night and made a speech in the interest of the South and the general outlook. The death of Andy Johnson leaves no ex-President nor ex-Vice-President among the living. Des Moinea Register. Let's see : Col fax died of an aggravated attack of Credit Mobilier, but what was Hamlin's disease ? Oh ! yes; in creased postage killed Hamlin, and The Register is quite right they are more dead than Andrew John son. Chicago Times (Ind.) Sam Randall's star is still in the ascendant for the Speakership of the House of Representatives, and from what we can learn he appears to have a fixed impression that neither Kerr nor Cox, nor Wood can trip him up. Philadelphia Star. The water famine in Charleston, S. C. ha3 become almost alarming to the citizens of that town, who are now casting about as to how they will even get drinking water. A goodly number of private cisterns have become dry, and the washer women are in a great quandary. The cry comes from ail the water ing places that there is a terrible scarcity of beaux. Why dosen't some man of capital and enterprise v.aF1al auu wiMfipi wc gather up a few hundreds of thti youDg men wuo are Joaiing acout the streets and dress them genteelly and take them to Saratoga, Cape May. Long Branch, &c.' and hire them to the girls for beaux at so much per day ? There's millions in it. Courier Journal. The Louisville Courier-Journal, reviewing the democratic candidates for the presidential nomination in 187C, says: 'Gov. Tildcn must be conceded to be, intellectually the ablest democrat occupying an avail able positiou.' Beecher has become so fond of his name that he ha3 changed the name of his residence at Peekskill from 'Best Hill' to 'Beechworth.' Plymouth church had better be called 'Beechmonth Church' here after. Courier-Journal. That interminable war in Cuba t 13 sti11 dnigging it3 slow length aiong. inat war constitutes one of the bloodiest, most inhuman and disgraceful chapters in the history of the world. Foley '8 bronze statue of 'Stones wall' Jackson, which is to bo sent to Virginia, is now in the London Royal Art Gallery, and is thus de scribed by a correspondent of The Southern Churchman: 'The figure is of heroic size, erect and noble; head uncovered; right hand, grasp. ing a gauntlet, rests naturally upon the hip; on the left arm hangs a military cloak, while the left hand holds tho hilt of a sword whose point touches a pile of hewn stones, its empty scabbard hanging from a belt around the wahst. "The form, the attitude, tho face and the ex pression of the countenance combine to mako one of the most impressive statues wh have ever seen.' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. A LL persons are hereby forbidden to fish XV with SKines and tcis i tbat part of town Creek bounding ruy iunUs. Those vio lating this notice may expeet to be prosecu ted to tUe lull extent ot the law HKNKT WIXBORNE. Tarboro, Aug. 13, 1S75. 4W Valuable Farm and Mill for Sale ia Wilson County. "g" offer for sale my MiiL and l.itids .u Ccu-'j m. tenniea Creek, tune miles wai of Wilson The Mills are on a larjre stream with good water power, confaiuiug ia good order a Flour Mill, Com Mill, Circular Saw Kill and Cotton Gin. The Mills have uu excellent reputation and good custom. The lands contain 5-'i5 acres, about 100 in cultivation and over 300 in original well timbered forest. Dwelling houses convenient to Mills, eleva ted and healthy, with most excellent water. Situated just west of the tertiary or chill and fever region, it is an inviting retreat to an Eastern man who wants to rid his family of malarial fever. It is very accessible in the fork ot public roads, and good business stand for a country store. This valuable property will be sold for loss thau real cost or intrinsic Value. Property' shown with pleasure to a!l who wish to examine. J- M. TAJLOR. Wilson, N. C, Aug. 13, 1875. 3t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BAGGING & TIES. WHEAT, FLOUR AND CORN! WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE supply of Arrow Ties and Extra Heaiy Bagging. FRESH GROUND FLOUR of the follow- fcg popular brands : PLANT3 EXTRA, which is nnlverwUy riven up to he the beet Family Floor made L America. i FAVORITE FAMILY FLOUR ! ' LANCASTER " " CENTRAL EXTRA " ME88 FORK, RUMP PORK, PRIME BA CON and BULK SHOULDERS. 500 Bushels Ccrn, also the well known Taylor Cotton Gia ! B" Send in your orders. S. S. NASH & CO. Tarboro', N. C, Aug. IS, 1875. tf. TARBORO Female Academy. mHE Fall Session will open the 3rd Mon- X day in September, continuing twenty week, with an intermission of one week at Chrietmas. . The Trustees have appropriated fundi for improvements and repairs, when com pleted, will furaish everything necessary for comfort and convenience. In requesting the patronage of the public we leel assured that we can ouer as thorough a course of instruction and as careful train ing in manners and morals as any school in e country. The standard of scholarship la high ; the mrai ; o e oi tne pupils most excellent. t Terms, invariablv half in advance. Boa-d, with English Tuition, $100 00 Muse, with use of Instrument, 30 00 Voal. 16 00 Languages, each, 10 00 Tuiibn for day pupils $16, $18, f 32, accord hg to advancemeaC Boa-ders fnrnieh their own towels an4 table napkits. Charges made from date of entrance, after nhicli no deduction, except for extreme sicknem, and in n9 case for less than one montn. u. r. rENUEit. References Rt. Rev. J. W. Atkinson Rev. J. B. Cheshire, D. D.; Hon. Geo. How ard; W. M. Pippen. Esq.; W. H.Johnston, &eq.; D. Pender, Esq., Tarboro, a. C. J. A Engelhard, Wilmington, N. C. Address MRS. GEN. PENDER, Aug 6-tf PrincipoL NEW SOUTHERN HOUSE JOHN W. IIIKSON, (Late of Sprnnt t Hinson,) Wiimingtou, N. C. S. CUM31TN0, (Late Cashier Bank of niew Hanover, sr.) Tarboro', N HINSON & GUMMING Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cotton, Rica, Lumber, Tobao- co, Naval Stores, and Southern Produce. IS o. lOS Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. P. O. Bx 03 (i. bcpcbxscbs: I. B. Grainger, President Bank New Hano ver, Wilmington, it. C. . E. linrress, President First National JUuk, Wilmington, N. C. " Jinn's Dawson, President Dawson Bank. ,Vi!rmuton, N. C. E. B. Borden, President Bank New Hano ver, Goldsboro', N. C. I Hwn. George Howard, Tarboro', N. C - v'eddeii, Tarboro', n. c. 2m II. I PRICE, Washington, N- C .Topographical Surveyor. RETUKXS thanks to the citiiene of this and adjoining counties, lor patronage teceivca, ana respeeuuliy solicits a eontiu vance of the same. Hnvtnp provided him self with a suitable instrument, he is prepar ea for Topographical Surveying, Leveling, &c !-.EFicuEscE8 ;-Wm. S. Battle, W. G. Lewis, Fil&s Carr, J. A. Williamson, Edgecombe, wm. Kins:, W.K. WUlianM, fitt country. Jan. 8, 1875 . ly WILSON COLLEGE. INSTITUTE AND SEMINARY COMBIN M. cd. gexes 'n separate buildings. Regular Vyoueiriaic course. rAciLTv: Stlvcster Ilassell, A.M. President. J. 1. Brewer, A. M., Principal of Femal seminary. Eld. J. II. oy, Principal of Male Institute, D. (J. Gillespie, M. A.. E. M. Nadal. O. W. Vv'es' brook. Miss Molhe A. Sonthall, Miss IVtue A. Cbaudler, and Mrs. S. N. Biggs. FINE LIBRARY AND APPARATUS. Primary, Preparatory, Commercial, Nor mal, Musical, Ornamental and Agricultural Departments. Entire average expenses, 1200 per year. junsic, 40 additional. Session extends from the first Monday in ueioi.er to tne last rnnrsaay in June. For catalogue, address . S. HA8SELL, A. M., July 16, lS75.-3m. Wilson, N. C W1IIT10CK & ABRAM, Proprietors of the Model Cigar Factory, No. 1445 Main St, JRiclimond, Va. Sold last year J, 200, 000 CIGARS Vf Tn'iiF own manufacture without n sincln complaint irom DEALER OR SMOKER. " Therefore, if you want a Opod JSna-OlX-O, Buy no other than Whitlock & AbranVs IVL-AJKE, and you will have the WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. SOLD BV EVIiRY DEALER. Jan 2i, 1875. . tf " Wo rfhingf on's Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine." Office of Purveyor General for State of N. C, r.ALtuuH, im. u., June as, lsei Dr. Worthintrton'e Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine has lon-r enjoyed a hlh reputation in this State, both in and out of the army, respectfully, E. WAKKEN. Southampton Co., Va., Dec. 15, I860. ThU is o ceitify that I have kent and us(d in my r;uily for upwards of twelve years Dr. B. 11. "'aithinirton's Cholera Modirlnp :" ""!' say h1Vc uevsr kuown it to fail in .v;! uuw.utu i-ji mi u purjvise n, i recommen ded. BEN. E. POPE. 'Everybody's Vegetable Cathartic Pills.' Bottjton, Va., Dec. 1st, 1S73. Gentlemen I have been a great sufferer fur several years with Liver Complaint and general debility, and at times troubled with immense pain in the regions of my liver I have had ihe attendance of the best medical men to be had here, but without any perma nent reli 1. T was at last advised to try "Eve rybody's'iPilis.andlfeel no hesitation in Kiy iig t h.xt one bottle did me more good than all the other Medicine I had taken before. I now h-cl -i:!,Irly relieved, the pain having left me. I -java good appetite, and what I cat agrees with me. 1 have no hesitation in say. ins tkfct I owe ray good heath, and perhaps py lUe, tc the use of Everybody's " Pills v. Very respectfully, E. A. DAVES.' March 12, 1S7S. 3m MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT ON HAND AT Tarboro' Station. Wilmington A Weldon Ball Road Co., Jnly 23rd, 1375. box, H. W. Wllliami, WilHamston, N. C. box Wishing Fluid, S. Merrid, Tarboro' N.C. 1 Plough, Hiu Sarah P. Bond, Edenton, N. C. 1 Bbl., Mr. Lane. 1 box, John N. Vick, Rocky Mount, N. C. 1 bbl., a. W. JJaker, Washington, n. v. 2 iron bands, George Howard, Tarboro, N. C. 1 bbl.. R. B. Bassett, Tarboro, N. C. 4 pieces wheal castings, I. Rouse, Tarboro, N.C. 1 stove bottom, EL II. Plummer &. Co., Tar boro. N. C. 1 box books, Jas. Sparks, Sparta, N. C. 1 box viala, Dr. Kobt. Joyner, Battleboro, N.C. 1 box cotton, State Fair, Raleigh, N. C. 1 bbl. bags, R. B. Raihbom, Tarboro, N. C. 1 bbl., W. B. Slade, Williamston, N. C. 1 pkg sash, J. N. Whitney, Tarboro, N. C. 1 bbl. castings, H. D. Teel, " " 4 sewing machines, T. G. Maguire, William ston, N. C. 1 box, J. A. Robertion, Williamston, N. C. 1 box, John S. Dancy. Tarboro, N. C. 1 nest (2) buckets, Leggett & Jones Tarboro, 1 box glass, A. H. McNalr, Tarboro, N. C 1 bbl. currents, K. ii. isassett. 1 pkg sasb, Tbos. Howard, " " 1 bae c. teed. W. C. Knicht. " " 1 bag c. seed, Dr. E. O. Hunley, Jtlagnoua, a. C 1 bag c set d, C. W. Graudy & Son, Nor folk. Va. 7 bags c. seed, Exam Lewis, Weldon, N. C. 1 bag (contents unknown) B. Jr. Allsbrook, Tarboro', N. C. 1 box alass, W. Williamson. Falkland, N. G. 7 wheel spokes, J. E. Corfrew, Plymouth, N. V. 1 pkg twine, W. Howard, Tarboro, N. C. 1 pkg medicine, D. L. L. Staton, Tarboro, N. C. 1 pdg almanacs, Dr. L. L. Staton, Tarboro, JS. C. 3 pkgs printing paper, W. H. Brunstool, GrtenTllle, N. C. 1 box show cards, W. Williamson, Falkland, . C. 1 cotton gin, J. B. Coffield, Tarboro, N. C, 2 cases beer, A. B. Roan, " " Notice is hereby given that unless the above ireight is claimed, settled for and re moved before the 24th day of August, 1S75, it will be sold for freight and charges on that day at public auction before the Court House door, ia the town of Tarboro. with the following articles, to wit : 11 Garden Plows, 1 box Fixtures for Mower and Reaper, 4 Grata Bars, 1 box Glass, 2 Plows, 2 pkgs Rails and Slits, 1 lot redding, 4 rolls Anchor Bagging, 6 bandies Cotton Ties. 1 Box. 1 lot Castings. 1 Tool Chest, 1 bag Spice, 1 Trunk and 1 Sox, 2 Wheel Hobs, 1 bbl Castings, 1 box Bolts. &.E. WUITEHUKST, July 23-4U Agent. Hie Reason WHy LAZARUS & MORRIS1 Celebrated Perfected Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Have met with such extraordinary success and are so much in demand ia because they are found to possess all the qualities we claim wr iaem,vis: Purity and hardnees ef material (therefore not liable to scratch), brilliancy of finish, strengthening and preserving power, and conferring an amount of ease and comfort attained by no other Glasses in the worli. They are without doubt the most perfect and scientifically accurate Lenses ever manufac tured, and last many years without change, Vrw to'.. thl. 1-.., 1.. i JAMES H. BELL, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Tarboro,N. O. LAZARUS, MOERIS & CO., Wholesale Depot, '- 1 0 Courtlaruit 8tis W. "ST. Manufactories, HakTFOBD, CoKJT., AXD SHEFFIELD, EsO K" Caution. We never supply or employ NOTICE I AS It is impossible for me to be present all the time at my BATH HOUSE, all per sons desiring to patronize it will please pur- caose ucKeia euner irom mysell at tne Bar ber Shop, or at Mr. T. E. Lewis' Book Store, or from Mr. J. M. gpragins. No money will be taken by the keeper of the Bath House. HSr" TICKETS, 25 Ceuts each, or $2.50 per nozen. K. M. JOHNSON, July 23.-tf. Broprietor. R. B. ALSOP, GROCEK, IT A TUT OITTTlTnTim -7 TARBORO', IV. O Choice and varied stock kept constantly on hand. my28-lt Lumber ! Lumber! UR STEAM SAW MILL IS NOW LO- v catea on capt. . D. loxhall's land, about two miles from Tarboro. near the road leading from the same place to Foxhall'a house. Parties wanting Lumber can now send their bills in and have them filled at very low rate. m OORE & KIDD. Tarboro, June 11, 1875. 2m Louis Htlliaks, Greenville, N. C Mahcellus Moors Formerly of N. C. HILLIARD & MOORE, OOTXOlf FACTORS ANp C2-f3neiuil Commission Merchants McPnAIL'S WHARF, NORFOLK. VA. Keep contantly on band a larga and varied biock oi uagging and Ties. General dealers in Standard Fertilizers. Liberal Cash advances made on con si "n TARBORO Female Academy. SCHOOL DUTIES WILL BE RESUMED Monday, 31st of May. For particulars, address MRS. GEN. PENDER, May 28.-t Tarbon, N. C. CELEBRATED BAND INSTRUMENTS, ' BOOSEY fc CO., SOLE AGENTS, Si JKAST 14TH STRUT, N.Y. : 4iMIlBescripTCataloMnsab7BuiIl. TO THEJPUBLIC ! Board Reduced from $2.59 per day to S2.00! THE undersigned desires to inform the public that he is still at the old Howard House, now known as Adams' Hotel, wherp. he will be pleased to entertain his friends and the travelling public in general. Comfortable Rooms and Clean Beds Always ! TABLE FARE as good as the market will possibly afford at the low rates of $2.00 per dav! Those of his patrons who are in arrears are hereby notified to come forward and set tle np. li takes uionoy to buy provisions. V. if. ADAMS. TarbJio', July 23,1865. tf. ifnClOA Per D"? home. Terms frse. lef ttf 5V A4dres G. Btuisoji 4 Co., Portland lloiae. SOST sat MISCELLANEOUS. Tl ATLANTIC HOTEL, Beaufort, N. 0. A SEASIDE RESORT. The above establishment. 60 Civorably in troduced by the owner to the pubiic last summer, nas been the private residence ot the undersigned since that time, and by spec ial contract will continue through the Season ofl875. Thankful for their very liberal patronage, he invites the guests of the Atlantic Hotel last year to return, and will also entertain ap plications for Board and Lodging: from other parties when satisfied that their presence would not prove a nuisance to himself or visitors. This Hotel is beautifully situated iramedi ately over the waters of the harbor, with a line view of Fort Macon, Old Topsail Inlet, and the Atlantic Ocean. The Tide flows semi-daily under the bnildlng, thereby pro moting Cleanliness and Coolness, while Flies and Mosquitoes are almost unknown. This is the ONLX HOTJL so FAVORABLY situ ated On the Atlantic Coast. The Building is so constructed as to render it peculiarly desirable to those seeking HEALTH AND PLEASURE I THE ROOMS are coratcodious and accesi- ble to the sea breeze, with piazzas on the soa- Iront, and delightful rlank Walks, free lrom sand and dust, lor the enjoyment of pedes trians. BATHING HOUSES ! neatly fitted out on an improved plan, are attached to the Hotel, where guests can enjoy the refreshing sea- Datn. THE SURF is one of the most attractive features of this justly celebrated Summer re sort, and former patrons will recoenlze a de cided improvement in the commodious dress ing rooms, conveniently located upon tke beach. THE BALL ROOM Has been constructed over the water, on the Sea-Front of the Hotel, having a suspension roof 50x75 feet over it, 40 feet high, and a splendid view of the Ball Room is had from the Piazza or Ualleries. An expert corps of Musicians will be in readiness during the season to give zest and pleasure to me neeung hours. A first-class BAR, BILLIARD ROOMS BOWLING ALLEYS, and a SHOOTING GALLERY, is attached to the HoteL YATCH8 AND ROW BOATS for hunting and fishing Parties, i ast Sailing and W ell Managed, can be had at any time to convey persons to such points as is desired. A CROQUET GROUND AND FLYING TRAPEZE has been for the use of the Guests of the Hotel, where all who delight in these HEALTHY and BEAUTIFUL games may ao so. THE TABLE Will be supplied with every article to be lonnd at tne nrst-riass Hotels of tne interior. besides, Oysters, Escollops, Soft Crabs, Sea Turtle, terrapins, Lobsters, and every vane ty of Fish abounding in the prolific waters oi inc liaroor ana ocean. An abundant supply of ICE has been pro vided, w hich wili be furnished our Guests, f KKS UJT. (JHAKtiE. stThe subscriber haying had much expert ence fat home and abroad) in Hotef keeping and aided by competent and courteous Assis tanta, natters himself that, by strict attention to business, and with a corps of well trained and obliging servants at his command, he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may patronize him. TERMS: $2 50 Per Day for First "Week. $1 50 Per Day for Second Week. Special Contracts made with Families au Excursionists, or with persons stayiDg for longer period. Children and Servants half l-pnee. A liberal reduction will be made to tarly Visitors. ileo. W. Charlotte, PROPRIETOR. June 11, 1S75. 2ra. Bingham School, ESTABLISHED IN 1793. iVIefoane sville., IV. C THE 163rd Session will begin July 28th, 1875, in NEW BUILDINGS, equal in ail respects and superior in some important re spects to any others iu the State. RO. BINGHAM, Sup't. June 25, 1875. 2m Greensboro' Female College, Greensboro, N. 0. THE Fall Session will begin on the 18th of August. Terms 3Ftocixaooci- Chargea Per SessiOK of 20 Weeks : Board (exclusive of washing & light) f 75 00 Tuition in regular English course, 25 00 Charges for cntra studies moderate. For Catalogues containing particulars, ap ply to T. M. Johks, President. N. II. D. WILSON, President Board of Trust ees J June 25, 1875. 6W TAR RIVER MILLS ! WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN form the public that the above Mills are now ia the VERY BEST ORDER, and that we are prepared to furnish C0H2T MEAL- by wholesale or retail. Grocers & Provision Dealers would do well to give us their orders, as we are determined to sell cheaper than the cheapest. We are also prepared to furnish the VERY BEST PINE LUMBER, ever offered In this market at remarkably low rates. Ba?" Orders are respectfully solicited. T. fc N. O'BERRY, Prop'rs, Tar River Mills. Tarboro', June 11, 1875. tf. ROUT. LiWSOX CO., SADDLE, HARNESS, COLLAR, and TRUNK MANUFACTURERS and dealers in SADDLERY HARDWARE, WHIPS, LADIES' SATCHELS, CARRI AGE ROBES, AC. No. 277 West Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, JTTD. April 2, 1875. ly THE GREAT CAUSE OF 33Ixxx3lXX33. 0137-. Just PuUUhed,in a scaled Envelope. Price 6 cents. A lecture on the Nature.TreaU ment, and Radical core of Semi nal Weakness, or Spermator rhoea, induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical Incapacity, &c. By Robert J. Culver well, M. v., author of the "Green Book,'1 &c. The world-renowned author, in this ad mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Sell-Abuse may be etlectnally removed with out medfcine, and without dangerous surgi cal operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials ; pointing ont a mod of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every snffeter, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. tT This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousand. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt of six cents or two dostag stamps. Address tne lubliKbers, CHAS. J. C. CLINE & CO., 127 Boirery, New York ; P. O. 3ox, 4686 APVEftTlSjMENT j A. flit, it 1 ij Opposite Hotel, Tarboro', IV. C. EST SUMMER GOODS for Genu and Boys wear, at greatly reduced rates. Call early and receive bargains, at A. WHITLOCK s. GAUZE SHIRTS, LINEN and JEANS DRAWERS in great variety. k" CLOTHING, suitable for the season, will be sold low for cash. HATS of all colors und styles in grest quantity, at A. WHITLOCK'S. BLUE FLANNEL SUITS to fit everybody, cheap for cash. t-DRY GOODS, Boots and Show, Beaufort, Long Branch and Saratoga Trunks and Valisas, Umbrellas, dtc., at A. TTHITLOCK'S. FINE WHITE and COLORED SUIRT8, from tie cheapest to the best. 1ST FLANNEL and LINEN SUITS to fit Men and Boys will be sold at low rates. All those in want of them are invited to A. WHITLOCK'S. The best assorlment of SCARFS, B(W3 and TIES in town. tW FINE BLACK CLOTH, WORSTED and CASSIMERE SUITS, at unusually lew figures. The Largest Assortment and Best Goods in town, at A. WHITLOCK'S. CLOTHING made to order on short notice, and sent to any part of the State. EST WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Socks, &c, at A. WHITLOCK'S. For Cash Only. CLQTUINQ MADE TO ORDER OF THE FINE8T Worsteds, Diagonals, Broad Cloths & Cassimeres in any style desired, and Warranted to fit, Oil a0 MERCnAlVT TAILORLVG April th, 1875.