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' wv ! ij' i . 1 i i I r . r. ! : ''V , in' 4 4 ', 'ff.' i i' - 'it' i : 5 1 7j.S I t r ! 4 ' 'it ipl I 1 1 i 1 ; I-, v; i 'i 4 ' I-!- I, 'ii 7i f t 't . 3 '. i. ,1 .it, 4 i J I -i it V I .4 1 . v l' '1 i V .- ? i. - i f' -;! r 5 3? Charles & Williamson, Publishers and Proprietors. W. P. WILLIAMSON, JAS. C. CHARLES, - - - Editor. Associate. TAIUSOIIO, rv. O. Friday, : Aug. 27, IS i o Moore- Should an objectioa be raised in the Constitutional Convention to tlio proposed change of the election of our judiciary by the Legislature instead of the people, we cite the conduct of Judges Moore and Watts as a burniDg shame on tha iteparU ment of government in -which they hold high offices. If they are never impeached, in the name of heaven, alter a system by which the tricky demasocuo is the most available man to wear the ermine in the dis- tricts to which we allude. Justice is trammeled in he dust and the office of Judge disgraced. W. W. Holdsn. We must confess some little surc prise at some of our State journals advocating the immediate removal of Governor 7olden's disabilities, but perhaps it is magnanimity and that is always laudable. The dem ocrats imposed theso disabilities after ousting him from the office of Governor. Well, we do not kn-jw but that it is proper that they should be removed. Give the old man an. other chance, as some one says, for for he may yet make himself useful. We can remember when he was a great democratic power in our State one of the ablest editors in ike whole country and the vilest sin ner should have the privilege of re turning. ill? W Cu."!. Occasionly we hear men of res pectable common sense charge that the call of a Convention was a blunder and speak ill of the Wil mington Journal in consequence. The Journal did what was right , ...... ., , , .ri m. " . . . ! icy. lne j uasuited to our people, cumbersome, expensive and oppressive; it was therefore the duty of the press to ;.uviuce the public and our Legis lators of the necessity of amending it. Both did what it was their du ty to do, and the only blunder was the delay, timidity 1 hesitation in calling the Convention, together .i ,i , x. , ", wir.i the apathy tnat was displayed ; c i c ' m tV i our friends after tue call. 7ad ' i 7 . 'very popcr ana every denvjera1- ; . , i,:, i . v! i a )!ie his duty m rn.i,nne:- !it rh:ir, i f the Journal we would have swept !!;' State. We honor the Journal !?! ita fnnrsn nm! nil r rht minded men agree with us. It is a h:-u- tuned, conscieneious and able news paper and never takes a stand that is antagonistic to the best interests oC the white people of Xorth Car olina. Judge Settle cn Conention. As Judge Settle, of the Supreme C'jurt, has been given some notori ety recently by reason of his con-! it would seem are not to be de letion with the contested election j terred Vy the howls of heartless ease for Robeson county, it will demagogues. If the citizens of perhaps be interesting to know some j Knox county, are practically un- o --".wi.iu0 " - ibjecc of the appro-cling Conven tion. In conversation at Washing ton City last Saturday he talked i'l'ctty freely, if we are to believe the usually weli-hifoiaicd and care ful correspondent of a Baltimore cou.-inporary, i..j think that question of cr.tro! iwls in lac hand.i of Dr. Ransom, the itidcpeii lent (:e;--r.v en f. into .iynv;.. ... t 7 .oiIC-K. In.' W iiG iiUS u0:, u U S.iY.S MAI th. pledged to ii.!jouri the tJcnvoLtioa die i niuivo biing if C,c . .- :!...- question Lo t- v, ae of JS'oi'.h C.;.-!.-.i.vi i,:iV. ei Consiiiutiva .ie,;i upon one laa'.. J tjo..-; the pci'Sjim.i oi :!: . Composed of the 'i j ' both pai'i.k-3. it li'.; If - 'l' succeed in sect r:.ir; p; ocecu to lu .,o-':. new Coi-ioti.-.vlicii, states that nc i- .i-U he Ujtiii.ig i.ve'(t J the iiitercslti i f n,: : ... k. i . ! nii; jiiii iict cucieiny D.ii.u;e.u ai.yi instrument likely to be f Valued :nus to a grCiii extent m. t viti. tho U is impmtant that: every Demo concurrence of both, he thinks. ' ' rat '" (lt his ost at tho very mo- V'e get the above from the Wil nnnglon ii,: lll'Ti Villi con f.i'i lift!.. i.r !. i ; I 1MU1 l.lVl' III. . I IIVJ I carrying a- w;-: eiou to a K"uu' i srnf v,. ,,. 1 ... ... .1 ? 1. . ... I nave whit the wealth of Oroas'u can not jcnect nc-ity. Will tb.3 Convention to Held or Ad journed. The decision of thi3 question is full of interest and full of impor tance to the people of North Caro-. lina. We believe the Convention would not adjourn even if the Radi cals had a majority of the delegates and nowhere have we seen better reasons given for such an opinion than in the following article taken from an esteemed coteraporary the Shelby Aurora. Smile as we may at the ide;i that men can be influ enced by such motives, it is none the less true that they are so influ enced. The Aurora says : 'This question is now getting to be prominent. The Radicals, it is said, are pledged to adjourn im mediately after organizing the Con vention without attempting to do a particle of work. Would they do it if they had the requisite number ? We think not. Among the Radi cal delegates, there are a good many Jyoung aspiring politicians, who long for a chance of display ing their powers in debate, and their statesmanlike qualities in the work of remodeling the Constitu tion. Men who sret into power don't easily give it up. Those as piring young statesmen desire the Convention to be held as a theatre on which they may exhibit their oratorical abilities. Why, how can these unknown Demosthenes these gifted solons, ever show the brilliancy of their hidden talents unless the Convention throws open the Held for their exhibition ? Our readers may smile at this idea, but if they have studied human nature, they know that a thing called ego- tkm is one of the strongest passions in man. Then again, there is a con siderable sprinkle of negroes in the Radical delegatien. These corn field hands will get by serving in the Convention, from three to six dollars a day. They need the mon ey. They are too lazy to work for it. Already, no doubt, they have counted up their per diem how much money they can save in this way: what a nice, cosy little home they can buy with it; how Dina, the promising daughter, will now have plenty of money to buy fine dresses and jewelry. Then there is Jake, our talented lifr'p enn trl-t n rmicf cunt college, and a thousand other wheels that must stand locked until the per diem comes, lhera is a wLcci within a wheel, you know, and the most important matter with these seedy sons of Africa, is the v shower of gold that is to fail from the Con vention tree. So we predict, that if it be true, as reported, that all the so-called ndepeadentsDemo crats side with the Radicals in poli- tics, ami thev have the power bv i ' . - 1 (one majority ro adjourn the Con- J . - J. vention without doin any business, , M . vt-i. iiifv uiii nvi uu u: itiev will - " ' J find some reason for hoklin;? the session, and something will be done but what this deoonent saith not. To Cpcak in Illinois at Last Hon. Jefferson Davis has accep ted an invitation to deliver an address before the Knox County, Illinois, Agricultural Association next September. The people of that State, or at least a large ma jority of them, evidently wish to hear Mr. Davis on the irreat in-. ! (lustna! questions of the day. and 4. i a::naous in uieir desire to near tlio grout Confederate chieftain, wc see eo objection to his speaking to them. The probabilities are that his visit .will be exceedingly useful to that section in a material point of view, while it cannot be doubted that any pacific utterances he may choose to make will assist in heal--iri'j the differences that exist bes twecn tho two sections. raie ii looking up in ISew York rig to U: i :v. :-!fpoi"a of that i iicv.; ac ;i gov-.i roruij ' on; -tern n;r;'cli:ihts I u i no n v'upi-, ana v.v leaning li'V ,;: j..:bbe".:- i&rc L 13J.V onig vd iii i'oi vi j tiliii 5 v eil assorted s'-eks o: merchandise to remote 4ee'i j;:S of tlio e'-smry. 'The JiuU 'iti.b s-.ys : 'i'he iniicati jiis are 'hat the denv:r.:.l for goods from Sohem ';i-yers will he larger than or .-.;!vov;:l r.rcious yoai. while '!';; '"U'lOf !i ill (ijl.f-r vrirnpfa io j 'a".:.tv.b:!; to a more spirited general '.a'; .- uutir; tlio incoming month.' ' r...lpw im-ut of tho opening of tho Conven tion. Absoneo would bo criminal. Dtiluy vouM ho inexcusable. Jfost trjrneniious roaporisibiltiea hun up- , , i. ii I'vvij iai:L,ii(;r. lio advibed in thr-o. '.tho i;-niiw;,:nTia-w;ii i, the, ) ,ui every Tn;?n of thorn. Make no calcu i.u'.otia u. cn their failure. j A word tj tho V:oe ia fufTiO'nt. The Eight Spirit. Says the Charlotte Observer : The Conservative majorityin the conreni tion which is to assemble in the city of Raleigh, on the 6th of next month, assures us that the Convention will undertake to remodel the Canby Constitution, and the questions most likely to arise are in what will the changes consist. Every body is convinced of the fact that there are some changes necessary, but no one can assert postively what changes are likely to be made. Wc hope the Convention will act in no partisan sense, and whatever that body perfects will he done for the weal of the people of the whole State. We have had too much partisan feeling, bitterness and rancor in our legislative bodies since the war. True, so far as the Conservative party is concerned, whenever it has shown a partisan feeling, that feeling has generally arisen from a desire to benefit the people all alike. It was by the exercise of partisan feeling, we confess, that in 1870 the people of the State in their majesty arose in their might and hurled the thieves, and them that sold doves in the temple, from power, but that coure was necessary for the preservation of civil liberty and civil rights in North Carolina, and the ends at tained justified the means. But we believe if the Convention will give us a Constitution suited to our wants, that it will be dawning of a new era of prosperity in our good old State, and if every delegate will lay aside his partisan feelings, and work enly for the good of his old mother, the good work will have begun. Remember the Radicals renew their bonds on the first Monday in September! The Third Tern 'Mummy ' The Philadelphia Evening BuU Itin thinks that the third term sen sation is so dead that 'A door nail is in a condition of frolicsome ani mation compared with it. It would be as easy to galvanize an Egyp. tian mummy back to life and to run it a3 a democratic candidate for the Presidency as to give this wornout piece of foolishness any new vitali ty.' The Even;ng Bulletin is a loyal journal, but has allowed its do YOtion to the administration to close its eyes to the sunlight. If the third term is dead why does everybody talk about it ? If it is simply a 'mummy' why dees Presi dent Grant's letter leave the door open for him to become again a candidate ? Why has no convene tion pronounced absolutely uirainst it ? Why do not State conventions bring out their own candidates for the Presidency ? Not a single res publican leader has been nominated for the Presidency in any State, except General 7artranft in Penn sylvania, and that is admitted to have been an idle compliment. Uu less the republican party and its leaders take definite ground against the third term bv making one term a cardinal point in their platform the issue will be the dominant quess tion in our politics, nt only in this election, but in many elections yet to come. What decent white man will iu- suit his raco by standing a radical's bond ! Th3 Delegata from Jackson. The Radicals have persistently claimed S. W. Spake, the Demos crat elected to Convention from Jackson county. Mr. Spake has at last defined his position. The Asheviile Citizen publishes the following letter : 'Wklster, N. C, Aug. 12, 1875. EJItor Citizen Dear Sir : The Pioneer of iast week announced that a 'meet and adjourn' man La. letn elected from Jack sou county. Hasou? beeu, myself, elected Iioui Jackson, 1 take tiiirf m.-tbod of correct ing tluxt misstatcofnt. 1 am not in favor of the 'meet a:.d adjoani' policy, a id )avo iifvur, ai any time, yireji uttenuce to any such sei.tiniera. On too contrary 1 huva "!"'!i!y '"--'.fit'!d conhMLUliuna! eUui end till su!t for it. You: ; k:v t ru: ' M. W.' iM'AKB. This F'.'.tlcs tho ina-.ter. Spake is with ih as we have claimed here- r r.M ff-r toiore. .1 nis gives us ;v JLemo crats. This leaves the Republicans with 58 regulars. Tho two independents, Wilcox and Ransom, now hold the balance ofpov,er. The destinies of North Ct rolina lie in the palms of their .mnds. Let them. q entreat con sider well before they lean to the side of the Republican party. Tbeir position is one of gaeat res p o n s i b i I i t y . Sentinel. Some of the leading New York papers are trying to write up Gov. Tilden for the next Presidency of the L'nited States; but they will be mistaken. That State has had three fair trials, and all of them failed. That is enough. The President mist come from the northwest this time. Lamer Privately. It. Q. C. Lamar, recently re nominated for Congress in Missi ssippi, and whose eulogium onjSum ner will be memorable, has little fondness for society, no particle of wit in his composition, and is often deep in the sulks. Still it would be difficult to find his equal on the stump -or in debate. Ilis friends say there is a quality about him which effectually repels 'all undue influences.' Mr. Raster of the Cltkago Staats Zietung announces that paper will support Gea. Grant on a hard-money platform against any candidate on a rag-money platform. If there are two hard-money candidates they will support the one opposing the Republi can party. Five Republican journals to Mr. Raster's one would be found to en dorse endricks or Allen on a greenback platform. The West, the South, and Pennsylvania would combine to elect such a nominee. As to Grant, let the Radicals fall back upon him, as they doubtless will, and such a rousing cry for re form and no bayonets as would be raised was never dreamed of in the philosophy of Wall street and Long Branch. Hon Jefferson Davis was recently invited to deliver an address before an agricultural society in Illinois whereupon the Grand Army of the Republic, which is but an organizrd band of office-seekers, raised a great hue and cry and said, 'Oh ! no, that will never do.' Mr. Davis at first accepted the invitation but hearing of the opposition he prom ptly withdrew his acceptance. Whatever the miserable, carping crew of army followers say cannot at all affect President Davis who is as far above them in every attribute of tnanheod as the distance from pole to pole. There was much excitement in Washington and Jefferson counties, in Georgia, on Wednesday last, on account of a reported attempt by the negroes at insurrection. Eighty arrests were made, and the white military companies in these coun ties ordered to report to the sheriff. The prisoners were all lodged in jail. Tho alleged plot contemplated a massacre of the whites cn the 20th instant. It is thought now there will be no further trouble, through details are meagre and indefinite. George Washington couldn't tell a lie, and that's what ails the average Yicksburg boy. The other day, when one of them accidentally broke a pane ot glass in a store window, it was touching to see him walk bravely in the store and up to the merchant, and says : 'Mr. Blank, 1 broke a pane of glass in the window there, and you can charge it to the old man's account ! Put it down as a box matches, and he'll never know the difference !' EDITORIAL SQUIBS. The French refuse to allow Gladi stone's pamphlets to be hawked about the s treets. For tooth ache pulverize alum and common salt and apply with wet cotton to the dismal acher. Senator Dawes, of Massachusetts replied to a directory canvasser that his business was writing recom mendations for office. Our exchanges from the tobacco growing sections of North Caaolina give unfavorable reports a3 to the crops of the weed, owing to the heavy rains. . Almost alone in unfavorable comment on Mr. Davis's letter de clining to speak in Illinois, is the Philadelphia Pr ess, Radical. 'Heavy rains lately.' 'Yes, but tho Radical reign in old Edgecoabo dampens U3 worst.' 'You mean dampens without the p.' Juir.pup-!ind-runiawavi!indtheni come-back and sit-down-again is the christian name of an Indian who has nervously gone off on tho war path. t he Raleigh New, savs : 'We plant ourselves on the White Line.' Rut the mischief of it is, gentlemen, we always plant ourselves on the white line after, instead of before the election. The office of the Boston Post is located on the spot where Benjamin Franklin was born, on Milk street. Hence the cream of that journal's jokes, and the electric fire in its editorials. The attempt of tho Grant Radi cals to mako political capital by a crusade against the Catholic church, has proved a dead failure. A loving runaway couple were married tho other day on a Phila delphia and Erie Rrilroad train. that was going at tho rate of forty mues an hour. Tne bridegroom was the conductor, and his name matched hia nature Trump. New York Star. Gertrude Jackson, of Mississippi, comes as near being the fool-killer as anybodr. She smiled equally on four admirers, and each rose thirsting for the others' core. Their thirst was satisfied all around, and now Miss Jackson smiles upon upon a fifth. Capt. Plato Durham's majority in Cleaveland was 6G6. The whole vote was only 880, as the Radical candidate, Law son Eaves, was not expected to get a hundred votes, and xlid get only 111. It's no use for anybody to try to beat Plato Durham in Cleaveland. Unity, harmony, thorougk con cert of action will be necessary in the Democretic ranks in the Conk vention. The two parties will be about evenly matched in numbers; xt will be the straggle of two giants. Andy Johnson was an infidel, and his family refused to allow a clergyman to officiate at his funeral. He and Abe Lincoln were boon companions in life and will keep old Nick at wits end to manage them hereafter. The Scotch mail makes three hundred and eighty-seven miles, from Edinburg to London, in nine and a half hours, the actual running time being a little inside of eight hours, or at an average speed of eight hours, or at an average speed of fifty miles an hour. An exchange, alluding to the Radical pledges to adjourn if they have a majority in the Convention asks 'Will the Radicals keep their word ? We beg to submit that they had better keep it as it is of no value to any decent person. If they don't keep it, will bo the first thing they voluntarily let go. Home. Mr. Beecher preached a charge tenstic discourse under canvas to an immense multitude at the Twin IT. i -: tt o . t. Aviuuiuaiu iiouse ounaav. jxe generation was tho distinguished pastor's theme, and in the course of his sermon he developed the idea which just now is at the bottom of his heart. A happy household he described as a human heaven, and throughout his discourse ue uttered thoughts which could have been drawn fro fit his recent unhappy ex periences. Writing on polities in 1830, Daniel Webster said : "For my part, though I like investigations ji puwiieai questions, i give up what is called the 'science of politic cal economy.' There ib no such science. There are no rules on the subject so fixed and invariable as that their aggregate constitutes a science. I believe 1 have recently run over twenty volumes from Adam Smith to Professor Dew, of Yirginia, and from the whole, if I were to pick out with one hand all the mere truisms, and with the other all the doubtful proposition little would be left.' NEW ADVERTISE ME N TS . Lumber! Lnmber! fkVli STEAM SAW MILL IS NOW LO- cated oa Capt. K. D. Foxhall's land, about two inilea from Tarhoro. leading from the same place te Foxhall's uwuac. xuruch wanting j,umrer can now send their liilU iu and have them tilled at very iow rates. MOORE & KIDD. Tarboro, June 11, 1S73. 2m Cliowan BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE MUKFKEESBORO', N. C. THE next Session will begin 1st Wednes day in October. For catalogue, apply to A. McDOWELL, President. Altar. 57. 4t, THOMASVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE, DAVIDSON CO., N. C, on N. C. K. R., Established in 1S49, Chartered in 185U and 1S(!(5. Larjre commodious brick build ings, tx-autilul extensive grounds, new, hand some luruiture. Full course, including Mu sic and Art. Seven able, successful teachers. Remarkably healthful location. Board per month, f 13 00; Tuition in English, f 5 00 aud $i 00. Session begins August SOtli, 1S75. For catalogue, address H. W. REINHART, Aug. 27.-4t. Principal. AinimSTKATGIi'S NOTICE. A L.L persona having contra accounts afailist. t.hf oatilto ftf Dr Wnrhnrlnn Wil! are hereby notified that unless presented by the "r)th of September next, the estate will be closed and settled. X. M. LAWRENCE, Adm'r. Aug. Ill, 1875. 4t CELEBRATED BAND INSTRUMENTS, BOOSEY & CO., SOLE AGENTS, S3 East 14th Strut, N. T. i i 7,? JTuU Descriptive Catalogues nn fcy rI Proprietors of the Model Cigar Factory, No. 1445 Main St., X2.iclim.ond., V". Sold last year 1 ,200,000 CIGARS Of their own manufacture without a single complaint from DEALER OR SMOKER. Therefore, if you want a Good SmOlto, Buy no other than Whitlock & Abram's and you will have the WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. Sl,l BY JRVEKV DEALEIt. Jan 20, 1875. tf la f ft $90 rer D,y at hme. Terms free. (f U Address li. Siutoa A Co., Portland WIIITLOCK MISCELLANEOUS. Tar River Jockey Club. FALL RACES "RUNNYMEDE PARK. Sept. 22d & 23rd, 1875 FIEST DAY. The Home Bred Stakes, $10 each It. f. with $15 added for two year old, half mile. Must be bred in Edgecombe or adjacent counties. Tarboro' Stakes, $50 each h. f, with $15 added ; three quarters of a mile. 3rd Race. Trotting Sweepske, $200, with $25 added, mile heat, beBt 3 in 5 to harness. 4th. Sweepstake $100, with 15 added two mile dash. 5th. Trotting Purse $50, entrance $15 for trained and buggy horses. 6th. Sweepstake $10, for untrained hor ses, half mile and repeat, beat 3 in 5. SECOND DAY. Sweepstake $25, with $15 added, for two year old, 3-4 mile dash. Trotting Purse $500, open to all, mile heat, best 3 in 5; second horse must beat 2:35 or he will only receive second amount offered. Trotting Puree $50, entrance $15, for hor ses that never trotted in public. Sweepstake $50, one mile and repeat Sweepstake $25, half mile and repeat. Mule Race in Harness, fee Five Dollars ; Five Dollars added by the Club. 13?" All entrance must be made to the Secretary by the 1st day of September 1875. t Horses will be called at 11 o'clock A. M. Three or more requested to enter, two to start 2 All entrances 10 per cent, except when otherwise stated. VVM. S. CLARK, Sec'y II. C. BOURNE, President The Reason Why LAZARUS & MORRIS' Cellratotl Perfected Spectacles and lye Glasses. Have met with such extraordinary success and are so much in demand is because they are found to possess all the qualities we claim for them, viz : Purity and hardness of 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 tho worli. They are without doubt the most perfect and scientifically accurate Lenses ever manufac tured, and laet many years without change, For sale ia this locality only by JAMES H. BELL, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Tnrtooro, 3NT- O. LAZARUS, MOEEI8 & CO., Wholesale Depot, No. 1(1 Courtlandt Str. N. "XT. Manufactories, Haetfoed, Cosjt., akd Sheffield, Eso. 5 Caution. Wc never supply or employ Peddlers. jy&ly " Wortlilngtou's Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine." Offlee of Purveyor General for State of N. C, riALEiGii, jm. u., June VS, 180:3. r. orthiDton s Cholera and Diarrhoea Medicine has lone; enjoyed a hih. reputation iu iuib -iiaie, doiu iu ana out ot the arrav. Respectfully, E. WAKREX. SOUTHAMPTOX Co.. VA . Dee IS TSfiCI This is to certify that 1 have kept and used in my family for upwards of twelve years Dr. R. H. Worthintrton'a Choi can safelv sav have nevnr known it. tn fiii in any instance for the purpose it is recommen- uuu- it,. rut'E 'Everybody's Vegetable Cathartic Pills.' Botdtojt, Va., Dec. 1st, 1873. Gentlemen I have been a great sufferer for several years with Liver Complaint and general debility, and at times troubled with immense pain in tne regions or my liver. 1 have had the attendance of the best medical men to be had here, but without any perma nent relief. I was at lat. nrl , rybody's " Pills, and I feel no hesitation in saying that one bottle did me more eood than all the other Medicine I had taken before. I now feel entirly relieved, the pain having left me. I have a good appetite, and what I cat agrees with me. 1 have no hesitation in say ing tkat I owe my good heath, and perhaps my ine, to ice use or " Everybody's " Pills Very respectfully, E. A. DAVES. March 1, 1S75. 3m Valuable Farm and Mill for hale in fHlson Comity. I offer for sale my Mills and Lands on Con tentnea Cretik. nitip. milpa rpAt. nf Wil.nu The Mills are on a large stream with good Wfltpr unwAr. pnntflininr in n-nnrl nriior q Flour Mill, Corn Mill, Circular Saw Mill and motion trin. ine juins nave an excellent reputation and good custom. The lands contain 535 acres, about 100 in cultivation ana over ouu in original well timbered foreft Dwelling heuses convenient to Mills, eleva ted and licillh1.. with most. PYpplIpnt witi Situated iust wp.st of the terti:irv or phill nnH levr region, it is an inviting retreat to an Eastern man who wants to rid his family of malarial lever. It is very accessible in the iorK oi jiuuiic roaas, ana good business stand for a country store. This valuable property will be sold for less than real cost or intrinsic value. Property shown with pleasure to all who IU UJLUUllUe. J.M.TAYLOR. Wilson, N. C., Aug. 13, 1S75. 3t Louis Hilliabd, Makcei. LU3 MOO!' K Greenville, N. C. Formerly if N. U HILLIARD & KftOORE, COTTOS FACTORS AND General Commission merchants McPHAIL'S WHARF, NORFOLK, YA. Keep contantlv on hand a luro-a nnrf rnvini stock of Bagging and Tics. uencrai dealers in Standard Fertilizers. Liberal Cash advances made on consifti. ments. ft wi.t f TARBORO Female Academy. SCHOOL DUTIES WILL BE RESUMED Mond.iv. 31st of Mav. For particulars, address MRS. GEN. PENDER, May 28 -tf. Tarboro', N. C. NOTICE, A LL persons are hereby forbidden to fish il with seines and nets in that part of Town Creek bounding my lands. Those vio lating this notice may expect to be prosecu ted to the full extent of the law. HENRY WINBORNE. Tarboro, Aug. 13, 1S75. 4r TO THEJIIBLIC ! 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, where he will be pleased to entertain his friends and the travelling public in general. Comfortable Rooms and Clean Beds Always I TABLE FARE as p-ood as the mnr-tn -im possibly afford at the low rates of f 1.00 per day! Thoso of his -natrons who iirA in rvaa t -. v ... ... i t i o are hereby notified to come forward and set tle up. It takes money to bny provisions. O. F. ADAMS. Tarboro', July 23, 1865. tt NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mi WHEAT, FLOUR AND CORN ! WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE supply of Arrow Ties and Extra Heavy Basins. FRESH GROUND FLOUR of the follow ing popular brands : PLANTS EXTRA, v.hich is universally given up to be the best Family Flour made in America. FAVORITE FAMILY FLOUR ! LANCASTER " CENTRAL EXTRA " MESS PORK, RUMP PORK, PRIME BA CON and BULK SHOULDERS. 500 Bushels Ccrn, also the well known Taylor Cotton Gin ! KiP" Send in your orders. S. S. SASH & CO. Tarboro', N. C, Aug. 13, 1875. tf. TARBORO Female riwu. au ecasion wm open the 3rd Mon JL day m September, continuing twenty weeks, with an intermission of one week at Christmas. The Trustees have appropriated funds for improvements and repairs, when com pleted, will furnish everything ueeesary for comfort and convenience. In requesting the patronage of. the public" we feel assured that we can oiler as thorough a course of instruction and as careful train ing in manner and morals as any school in the country. The standard of scholarship is high ; the moral tone of the pupils most excellent. WW Terms, invariably half in culcanre. Board, with English Tuition, f 100 00 Music, with use of Instrument, 30 00 Vocal, 16 00 Languages, each, 10 00 Tuition for day pupils $10, 1 18, $22, accord ing to advancement. Boarders furnish their own towels and table napkins. Charges made from date of entrance, after which no deductiou, except for extreme sickness, and in no case for less than one month. M. F. PENDER. Reference? Rt. Rev. J. W. Atkinson; Rev. J. B. Cheshire, 1). D.; Hon. Geo. How ard ; W. M. Pirpen. Esq.; W. H. Johnston, Esq.; D. Vender, Esq., Tarboro, N. C. J. A. Engelhard, Wilmington, N. C. Address MRS. GEN. PENDER, Aug 6-tf Principal. 1W SOUTHERN HOUSE JOHN w. nixsos, (Late of Sprunt Jt Hinson,) Wilmington, N. C. JAMES I. CUMMING, (Late Cashier Bank of New Hanover,) Tarboro', N. C. HINSON & CUMMING, Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cotton, Rice, Lumber, Tobac co, Naval Stores, and Southern Produce. IS o. 102 die stin it St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. P. O. Box 203 G. REFERENCES : I. B. Grainger, President Bank New nno ver, Wilmington, N. C. E. E. Bun-ess, President First National Bank, Wilmington, N. C. Wilmington N. 0. t)auie6 Dawson, President Dawson Bank, E. B. Borden. President Bank N ver, Goldsboro', N. C. Hon. Ueore;e Howard, Tarboro', N. C. M. Weddeil. Tarboro', N. C. Bingham School, ESTABLISHED IN 1793. 3 1 e ii e :s v i 1 1 e , ZV C. THE 103rd Sasiou wiil bejrin July 2Sth, 1875, -n NEW BUILDINGS, equal in all respects and euperior hi some important re- epecie iu auy uiutrs in tne mate. KO. BINGHAM, Sup't. June 25, 1875. 2m Greensboro' Female College, Greensboro, N. C. rjpHE Fall Session will bcin on the ISth J ol August. Terms :0.oc3.viooca.. Charges l'er faeision of 20 Weeks : Board (exclusive of washing & lights) f 75 00 Charges for enlre studies moderate. For Catalogues containing particulars, an fc.l.rr.. I II -, . ' 1 iuiuuu iu regular Ji npiisn course, zo W ytj iu jl. iu. iiuMB, x resident. N. H. D. Wn.SON Frcsident Board of Trustecs.R T or- i o uuu ioo. ow TAR RIM MILLS ! -nTj WOULD RE8PECTFI7T.T.V TV. 7? form the public that the above Mills are now in tne v &til tm.SL OKDEK, and wm we arc prepared to turuish CORIT MEAL by wholesale or retail. Grocers & Provision Dealers would do well to give us their orders, as we .nc uuLunuiueu 10 sen cueaper than the cheapest. We are also prepared to fnrnish 4 1..-. 1T1M1V T - I ' . ' II PINE LUMBER, ever fficrcd in this market at remarkably B Orders are respectfnllv solicited. T. & N. O'BERR Y, Frop'rs, Tar River Mills. Tarboro', June li, 1875. tf. ROBT. LAWSOX & CO., SADDLE, HARNESS, COLLAR, and TRUNK MANUFACTURERS and dealers in SADDLERY HARDWARE, WHIPS, LADIES SATCHELS, CARRI AGE ROEES. &C. No. 277 West Baltimore Street, April 2, 1S75. it Al.TllIOUK, Til), THE GREAT CAUSE or 3EExi33anix - Misery. J ust TullMed,u a setlei Envelope. Trice 6 cents. A lecture on the Nature,Treat ment, and Radical cure of Semi nal Weakness, or Snomoin.. rhcea, induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility and Impediments to Marriage generally' Consumption, Epilepsy, a.id Fits; Men tal and Physical Incapacity, . . c. By Rodert J. CuLVEitWEZ.il, M. D., author of the "Green Book,,: &c. ' The world-renowned author, in this ad mirable Lecture, clparly proves from his own experience that tho awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed with out medicine, and without dangerous surgi cal operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials ; pointing out a moda of cure at once certain and effectual, oy which every suffeier, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address on rece'mt of six dostago stamps. Address the Publishers, CHAS. J. C. CLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, New York j P. O. 3ox, 4586 1111,1, 1 TIES Academy V ADVERTISEMENTS. i 4h Opposite Hotel, Tarboro', IV. C. 3? SUMMER GOODS for Gents and Boys wear, at greatly reduced rates. Call early and receive bargains, at A. WHITLOCK'S. GAUZE SHIRTS, LINEN and JEAXS DRAWERS in great variety. W CLOTniNG, suitable for the season, will be sold low for cash. HATS of all colors and styles in great quantity, at A. WHITLOCK'S. BLUE FLANNEL SUITS, to fit everybody, cheap for cash. E-DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, Beaufort, Long Branch and Saratoga Trunks and Valises, Umbrellas, &c., at A. WHITLOCK'S. FINE WHITE and COLORED SHIRTS, from the cheapest to tho best. E2T FLANNEL and LINEN SUITS to fit Men and Boys will be sold at low rales. AH those in want of them are invited to A. WHITLOCK'S. The best assortment of SCARFS, BOWS and TIE8 in town. IS5 FINE BLACK CLOTH, WORSTED and CASSDIERE SUITS, at unusually low 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. VW WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Socks, &c., at A. WHITLOCK'S. MERCHANT TAILORING For Cash Only. CLOTIIINQ MADE TO ORDER OF TUB FINEST Worsteds, Diagonals, Broad Cloths & Cassimeres in any style desired, and Warranted to Fit, OH wVO w i, 1 1 fl 1 111 IB April 9th, 1875.