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TARBORO BRANCH RAILROAD, TARBORO', SATURDAY, MAR. 17, I860 President Johnson as Described hy an JLnemy. Mr. John D. Baldwin, member of Congress from Massachu setts, warns the Radicals, of whom he is one, that tbey must expect a terrible conflict in their war upon the President. Speaking of his 22d of February speech, Mr. Baldwin, with tt)ic-gled -awe and hate, delivers himself as follows: "What the President said is before the country.-'How he said it, my poor words may fail to tell. For the first timo I stood near and looked closely on the man. In the course of an eventful life I have seen many men of willful power and force, but never before have I looked on one so thorough ly embodying the evil spirit of revolu tion. It will not do to underrate Mr. Johuson. He is terribly in earnest and withal most vindictively cool. A tho roughly paced demagogue, his inconse quential logic, his egotism, his repeti tions, his thorough belief in himself, and his popularity, are all elements of strength when he faces such assembles as were arrayed about him yesterday. Andrew Johnson is an able man; how able, I never realized till yesterday. All results are involved in his polioy. Had he a Cabinet as able and as des perate, the dire results which the near future would bring could hardly be named now. "We stand on the verge of fierce strife, to meet which the country should gather its strength and gird up its loins. This man is no weak Buch anan, and he means to crush Congress or be crusscd. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON and after this date, the Train on the Tarboro' Branch will run as follows : Leave Tarboro daily at 6.30 a. m. 3.45 p. m Rocky Mount 8.30 6.00 : Passengers taking evening train cennect with the accommodation train to Weldon, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, pass ing Iiocky Mount at 5.25 p. m., and taking morning ram Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, connect with the accommoda tion train for Wilmington, passing Rocky Mount at 9.15 a. m. By order of the Superintendent. N. M. LAWRENCE, Ag't. March 1st, 186G. : JENIFER & REYNOLDS, , I . GENERAL . Purchasing and Sale Agency, FOR ALL KINDS OF AETICLKS, Both for Residents and Non-Residents of the City. Purchanins Bureau, Under the Immediate Supervision of one of our Firm Assisted ty the most ac complished experts, FOR SUPPLYING ANY ARTICLE IN THE WORLD. Shocking Aff'iir Man Buried Alice., -A. story has been floating about town for several days which seems in credible, but it has come to us from so manj sources that we are hardly per mitted to doubt it, though we have not yet been able to learn full particulars. We give the story as it oomcs to us, and leave our readers to take it with what grains of allowance they may. The tale runs that a returned soldier was found frozen in the grove hear Ur bana, and taken into a barn, where he laid for several days beforo burial Soon after bis interment," while some men were engaged in digging a grave, they heard strange sounds, which so frightened them that they l-fc the ceme try in haste, under the impression that ghosts and goblins had taken possession of the city of the dead. v Their wonder ful story determined others to investi gate the matter, and the grave of the soldier was opened, when the horrible discovery was made that he had been entomed alivej his body yet retaining some warmth, though the vital spark had fled. The noises that attracted at tention are supposed to have been made by the victim in his desperate struggles to escape a fate too awful to contem plate, Champa in (111 ) Union. For Sale. AT THE 6 ' Southerner" Building's. The National Primer, - 30 cents The National First Reader, - 40 cents The Dime Song Book, - - 15 cents Nameless, - - - - - $1 00 Mosses From a Rolling Stone, - $1 09 Lee's Last Campaign, - - 25 cents Casteue, - - 10 cent The Deserters Daughter, - 10 cents We take pleasure in calling the atten tion of our friends, to the hooks, publish ed by the House of Wm. B. Smith & Co., Raleigh, N. C, the Works, are cheap, very instructive and entertaining. Tarboro, March 10, I860 15 tf A CARD TO THE LAO!ES SYLVIA DRAKE, of colour, begs leave to inform the ladie3 of Edgecombe and adjacent counties, that she has located in Tarboro', and is now prepared to do all work usually done by Fashionable Man tuamakers, -with neatness and dispatch Her prices will be moderate, and her chief aim will be to give perfect satisfaction. The latest Paris fashions she receives con stantly. Those wishing to give her a trial, will find her at her residence near the Fe maie Academy, used during the war as a Hospital. - mar. 10-15-lm Particular attention will be paid to the selection, purchase, and Bale of Thorough Bred Horses, Dogs, Cattle &c., Carriage, Buggy and Saddle Horses ; Carriages, Har ness, Saddles and Bridles ;all kinds of Sport ing Articles; fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. &C, &C. Agricultural Impliments of the most improved kinds; Books, treat ing cn subjects of importance to the Far mer, Horticulturist and Florist. FOB 1ME j. mms We will procure tho latest -fashions and styles of 'goods of every variety; choice Literature, also fine S i ddle Horses of every style. We also respectfully solicit consignments; in short for any service which may be re quired, the Public may rely , upon us, with the most perfect confidence, for fidelity and dispatch. W. n. JENIFER, F. A. REYNOLDS, No. C3 Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md. REFERENCES. Wethered Bros, F W Brune, Hodges & Brother, J Howard McIIenry, Dr J H Hanson Thomas, Johns Hopkins, S Treac kle Wallis, Baltimore ; Col Oden Bowie, Maryland ; Douglas H Gordon, Virginia. Gall and See " - :t... ' - . .. ' THE V; ' - fr , : - ' ' - v,-' .-v:v New and Beautiful Stock of Toys and Toy Goods JUST RECEIVED.' Crying Dolls, (a great variety) ; 100 Dolls assorted, all prices ; Pharoah's Ser. pents Eggs ; Mechanical Gig's, Boats, En gines &c? A B C Alphabets (Black); Intel ligent Contfabrands ; Air Guns, - Torpedo Guns, Double Barrel Guns ; Torpedoes; Fire Crackers; China and Tin Mugs, Buckets; &c; Express Waggons, Carts, &c; Bunch ing Balls; Marbles; Tops; China Setts, Cups and Saucers; Monkeys on Sticks; Bounty Jumpers; Baby Rattles; Harmoni cas, &c., &c ALSO Sozodont; Fiddles, Fiddle Strings, Aprons. Bridges, Strews, &c.; Banjo's, Banjo Strings; Shoe Brushes, Blacking; Cury Combs, Hors? Cards; Hair Brubhes, (a great Variety); Pocket Books, PortMonie; Pipes; Fancy Soaps; Colognes; Extracts, ic, &c. FOR SALE FOR at E. D. SMITH'S, Southerner Building's. Feb 2?, 1866. - 13 tf MTArfHIS!! FOR CASH ONLY W..4e;,W:RAIIi ROAD. Wilmington $ Weldon R. R. Company, " Wilmington, Feb. 12, 1866. CHANGE OF SCHED ULE. On and after February 15th, Trains will run over this road as follows ; Mail tram leaves Wthmag daily i, 4 Arrive at Weldon - - 5 15 a-m Leave Weldon daily at - 4 30 p m Arrive at Wilmington at - 5 JO a m Accommodation trains leave Wilmington Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at - - - 6am Arrives at Weldon at - 8 45 a m Leaves Weldon at 6 a m on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrives at Wilmington at - 8 45 p m Connects at Goldsboro' with trains to Raleigh at 3 p n, and 4 am, and with trains to"lrcwbern at 8 a m daily. Mail train connects at Weldon with trains to Petershurg and A'orfolk, by Weldon Fer ry, daily. P. S. Sleeping cars can be found on Mail train every night. S. L. FREMONT, Engineer and Superintendent. Feb 23 13 tf Notice. Feb 3, 1830. 10 tf Mcllwaine & Co., Petersburg, Va. Begs leave to inform ths Planters of North Carolina, that they have on hand a supply of """ Genuine Peruvian Guano, bought direct from the agent of the Peru vian Government, which they will sell for the present at $90 per Ton, cash or pro duce on hand. They arc also agent3 for Coe's Super Phosphate of Lime, which will be put to Planters on accommodating terms. Petersburg, Va., Mar. 3. 14-1 m Dental Notice. Dr. Fuqua, Dentist, begs leave respectively to inform the citi zens of Tarboro' and Edgecombe, that he is prepared to perform all poera tions pertaining to Dentistry. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold, Silver, Plat inn, or Vul canite Base, from one to an en tire set. Office, at present, in the Edge combe IIouse.a Feb 0 11-tf Oranges, Champagne, Apples, . Plantation Bitters, Cocoanuts, Wolfe's Schnaps, Almonds, Ale, (bottles) Raisins, Wine Bitters, Candies, Port Wine, j Pickles,, Angellica Wine, ; Sugary" ' Sherry Wine, Coffee,' Old Apple Jack, Pepper, Whiskey, Copperas, Chewing Tobacco, Soda, ' Smoking Tin Ware, V Cigars, Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, Hats and Caps, Toys, &c, Ladies Hats, One Fine Harness, Hoop Skirts, Soaps, &c., For Sale. INSURE-AGAINST FIRE. THE 'GREENSBORO' I offer for sale a large lot of New Cotton Seed, which can be delivered at an landing on Tar River. Credity will be giv en until January 1SG7, if desired. I also of i fer 200 bbls Corn and a lot of Pens. Several tracts of Farming and Timbered Land's, near Jamsville are also offered for sale. G. M. HURRAS.. - Tarboro' Feb 1G, 18G6 12 tf For sale cheap at E. D. SMITH'S, Southerner Buildings. P. S. All parties owing 'memorandums' will please call and settle, as the money is very much needed. E. D. S. Feb. 17, 18GG. THE DAIL Y NE WS. S D. Pool, Editor., The Daily Newi is Published ererj lfor- -,. ing. by yy, v f. J B. Whitaher & Co.t At $ 1 0 ncr 1 vea r : $5 for ita months; $1 per thohtA . . Goldsboro f maw w j vi - ITT Wly situated in the centre of a rieh 111 f Country, is the Eastern Terminous'of th North Carolina Rail Road, and the Wert rm Terminous of the Alantioand North Caro lina Rail Road, and is thftCentral Depot of the Wilmington and WU4n Rail Road. The Daily News, the only paper publisa- ed between New Berneand Raleigh, aa4 the only Daily, between Wilmington, N. C, and Petersburg, Va., is rapidly incrtas ing its circulation and extending its busi ness; and offers very superior advantages U Advertisers. Rates of 'Advertising In The Baity JYeuts . Tin ra.'Hiiifactiiriiifir Es tablishment. The undersigned takes this method of announcing to the citizens of Tarboro' and vicinity, that he has established in the town of Tarboro', Edgecombe County, a Tin Manufacturing Establish menl. He is now prepared to manufacture Tin Ware of every description. He keeps on hand at all times, a large supply of Tin Ware of every description ; also, an ample supply of Cooking Stoves and other stoves. all of the best and most approved patents and styles. He is also prepared to tin roof houses, at the shortest notice. Country merchants will be supplied with articles in his line of business at a liberal discount. Patronajre respectfully solicited. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Place of business at Coffield King's old stand, opposite the Court House. JOHN O'lIAGAN. Tarboro', Feb. 24, 1866. 13-tf N. B. AH persons may be assured that all orders will be promptly attended to, and work warranted to give satisfaction. 1 Square 2 Squares Qr. Clma One Day, $ 75 $1,50 $2,M Two " 1,15 2,25 4,0 Three 1,50 3,00 ft.OO One Week, 2,50 5,00 8,00 Two 4,00 6,50 12,60 1 Month, 6.00 10,00 18,0 2 Months, 10,00 . 18,00 82,00 3 Months, 15,00 25,00 45,00 6 Months, 25,00 45,00 75,00 lYear, 45,00 80,00 140,09 Ten Lines Make a Square, One Month, Txrn Three " Six Twelve " Half Column $ 35,00 60,00 80,00 145,00 250,00 One ColafS $ 60,0ft 105,00 145,00 250,00 450,00 Young Lady Drowned. The Lynch- j Buij uujg trtctm-n't inta iuk " 6 rates. particulars of the drowmog of Miss WANTED. Mutual Insurance Company We Want to employ a young man to teach a ' Q Will insure against Fire, Merchandise. of the drowmog of Page, f Bedford county: Miss Editha, daughter of John Page, Esq., living near Big Island, in Bed ford county, was drowned in James riv er, near Waugk's Ferry, on the even ing of the 28th ult. Miss Pge, in company with her nephew, a boy some cighs year? old, was being taken over the river in a very small aud badly con structed canoe,. Two gentlemen were in the canoe, a Mr. Hudson rowing the little craft over, and tho other rocking the unsteady vessel in a spirit of mis chievous fun. His efforts to amuse hioi belf with tli3 lady's timid feurs were but too effective, for the little boat was soon upset, and til it held were thrown into the cold and swollen stream. Mr. Hud son succeeded in saviifg the little boy, but the fair and lovely Miss Editha per ished in the waves. At last accounts her body had not been recovered. Furniture, Produce, &c.,atlow R. II. TENDER, Agent. THE JAMES RIVER fll.SUBAI.GE COMPANY Capital 1,500,000. Will Insure Merchandise, Buildings, Furniture, Troduce, &c, at low ratas. R. II. PENDER, Agent. Tarboro', March 3, 1866. 14-tf The Celebrated Jack GINGER, will stand only at the Plantation of Col. Hyraan' Price Fifteen Dol lars for the season. Tarboro', March ID, 1866. neighborhood School. Want one, who can teach all the English branches, also, Greek and Latin. Good references for character and capf city, will be required. Apply to BENJAMIN C. MAYO, or WILLIAM A. STATON. Feb 1G 12 tf .Tarboro', N. C. ob. oeo. e, mm Is our Authorised Agent for THE SALE OF OUR CELEBRATED "K&OB GIN," THAT IS MANUFACTURED IN GEORGIA. He is Agent for the Counties of Edfecombe, Pitt, Martin, Hali fax, Nash and fVilsmi. J$3$" All orders sent to him will be atten- promptly, and all Gins Warranted to give satisfaction, and to be paid for af ter giuing the ci'op."a Address, DR. GEO. C. SUGG, Tarboro', N. C. or GEORGE KIDD, Manuf'ty, La Grange, Ga. Feb 23, I860' 12 tf WANTED. I Want to employ a young man to teacl School in a private family, or a neighbor hood School. He must come well recommended, am! able to teach all the English branches atec Latin and Greek. Apply to HENRY L. STATON, Tarboro', Feb 16, 1866 12 tf " N. 0. A modern writer gives the fol lowing enumeration of the expressions of a female eye : Tbe glare, the etare, the sneer, the invitation, the defiance, the denial, the consent, the glance of love, the flash of rago, the sparklipg of hope, the lan guishrnent of softness, the squint of suspicion, the fire of jealousy, and the lustre of pleasure." He might have added that melting tenderness with which she looks upon the love of abon not, and that of malignant joy with rhich she regards an old dress on a neighbor. Advertisement. Geo-II. Brown. Thos. M. Robinson G. H. Brown ( Co. General Commission and Forwarding Merchants. WASHINGTON, N. C. N. B. The United States Government tax, and all other expenses, paid by us, on produce forwarded, will'be collected from consignee at destination, unless otherwise o - instructed. 15-tf M'lLWAlNE & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, 79, 81 and 83 Sycamore Street, PETERSBURG, VA. R. D. Mclhviane. Frank rotts. S. S. Bridgers. Not. 25. 1-tf For Sale. One Rosewood (French Cottage,) Piano. For terms, apply to MISS M. 0. BRASWELL, Battleboro', Feb. 16, I960 12 4t N. C. 500 Minkskins. We wish to buy, 500 Minkskins, for which we will pay the highest prices. ZOELLER & WILLIAMS. Feb. 3, 18GG. 10 tf JKO. L. BHIDGEES. I. D. PENDEB BRIDGERS SPENDER Attorneys at Law, TARBORO', N. C. OFFICE, the one formerly occupied by Dr A. II. Macnair, and more recently by L. D. Pender. For Rent. A Good Stable, by the month, or for the balance of the year. Apply to J. W. WHITE. Jan. 27 9 tf feb. 17-12-tf C B. H A 3 S E L L, W1L L AIMS TON, N. C. Dealer in Merchandise Generally, NOTICE. Six good White Hands wanted to work 1 at our Steam Mill. Liberal wages will be paid. LIPSCOMB & BOND. Dec. 23. 5-tf Just Received. Sherry, Medaria, and Port Wine. Pure French Brandy, Genuine Apple Brandy, Pure Old Rye Whiskey, Pure Old Irish Whiskey, Pure Jamaica Rum, Pure Holland Gin, Champagne, Scotch Ale London Brown Stout, Lobsters, Sardines, $c. For sale by JAMES MAGEE. Feb. 3 10-tf To Advertisers. All Advertisements which appear im tk Daily News, whether Weekly, Monthly, Qaurterly, Half Yearly, or Yearly, and dm and collectable from the date of publitn- tion. This rule is invariable, unless special contract, to the contrary, ii made. Livery Stables, Turboro J C. THE undersingned having repaired thtir Stables, known as Roivc s Ijivery Stabtes and procured a Good Stock of IlorStS and UtlfffflCS. are now prepared to convey Passengers to any paft of this or adjoining counties, at the shortest notiee. Horses and Buggies to hire by the day. Horses and Mules Boarded hv the Dav. AVek or Month, on the most A LARGE and well selected stock of r :hppt Terms T IT- 3 " Ti nx.rt T I'urc urugs, uicmes, uyo ciuirs, -er-, particulaP attention given to the turnery, xouec Aiucies, sc., c, just re-! . T- . Mll1e, committt i;VItJVA ilfc fi Xfc v . J.W Vu V i . Prescriptions expounded with neat- j Als0 contract0rs for the Mail, betweea ness and dispatch at all hours of day and TarW and Greenville. Drugs, Drugs. ear to oar night. Nov. 25. M. & O. 1-tf NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Seth S. Hicks, deceased, either by Note or account, will please settle immediately, as I desire to close the estate as soon as pos sible. The notes and accounts can be found at the store cf John Harriss & Co's. JOSEPH COBB, Admr. Feb 10 11-tf NOTICE. . ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late. Jas. Little are tequested to make immediate payment. All parties having claims against said estate are requested to present them for settlement GEO. A. LITTLE, Adm'r. CHAMBERLAIN RAW1S & CO Clock and Watch Makers, Tarboro', N, C. Have just received a few setts of the latest Style Ear Rings and Breast Pins to match, plain (18 K ) fine gold finger Rings. Also some fine double case Silver Watches selec ted with care and warranted to be good time keepers, will be sold at A'ew York prices, call and see. Feb. 23 tf J. W. WHITE, Cabinet Maker AND UJVOEit T.1KER. HAS on hand a large lot of Bedsteads, Chairs and others articles of Furniture, whirh he offers to the public cheap for Cash, all kind of wood Coffins, of all sizes on hand. All kinds of Furniture Made and Re paired at the shortest notice. Jan. 27 9 tf Leave Tarboro' every Monday and Fri day, at 5 o'clock a. m. Arrive at Green ville, at 12 m. same day. Leave Greenville, Tuesday's and Satur day's at 10 a. m. Arrive at Tarboro' ftt 5 p. m. Remember the place, Rowe's Old Literjr Stand. ROWE & LIPSCOMB. Jan. 2? ' 9 tf David Neal, TAILOR, (SOUTHERNER BUILDINGS) Tarboro, IV. C. TENDERS his sincere thanks to his friends and public, for the very liberal patronage he has received, and assure hem that all orders left with him will bo iirnished with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of clothing cut in the latest faehion. Nov. 25. 1-tf Notice. A. E. RICKS, D. D. L , would respect fully say to the Citizens of Tarboro' and its vicinity, that he is again in the practice f his Piofession and will in the future as in the past endeavor to discharge his duty faithfully for all those who require his service. Address, Rocky Mount, N. C. Feb. 3, 1866. 10 tf Steam Saw Mill. T Jim nrennred to furnish Lumber PINE, LAND AGENT, FOR SALE OR RENT. . 0AK) p0pLAR or ASH at my Mill equi Will receive and forward Goods, and at- distant between Wilson and Tarboro', tend to the Shipping of Cotton and other wiU deliver it at the the Mill, Tarboro', articles. Buys Cotton, Furs, and all kinds orynSOn, or any reasonable point. Terms of Produce. jan ia-u 'Cash at the market price. .. feb 10-11-tf PATRICK BYRUM To Hire. A good TWO HORSE WAGGON, by the day, week or month. Apply to HUGH MACNAIR. W O. SOUTHAIjIj, ffSW2A2Ba.A'CrB3TSf Turboro J C. Dozier & Bro. DEALERS in Dry Goods, Groceries. Boots, Shoes. Hats, Notions, &c , ! at their old stand, Main Street, Tarhoro N. C. Nov. 25. - 1-tf JAMES A. WILLARD, Commission Merchant, WILMINGTON, N. C Not, 23 1-tf Wanted. A Lady to teach School in a private family. cJood references required. Apply to J. D. JENKINS, Tarboro', N. C. Feb. 3, 1866. 10 tf For Sale. 10 Shares of W.& W. R.Road Stock. Apply to Feb. 3, 1866. HUGH MACNAIR. 10 tf James Mehegan, MERCHANT TAILOR, TARBORO', N. C. KEEPS constantly on hand supe rior article of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting!, Trimings, &c. Nov. 25. 1-tf Special. Notice. THE BOOKS of the late firm of Ma- nair Bro. & Co , can be found at tho South erner Office. Cotton and Produce of all kindi vrill be taken in settlement on tko most liberal terms. HUGH MACNAIR. Not. 25. 1-tf - Dr. R. CTILLERY, ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. OFFERS his Professional Services to the Citizens of Edgecombe and adjoining Conn ties. OFFICE at his old stand. Rocky Mount, Jan. 13, 1866. 7 tf NOTICE. I will attend every Tuesday in the town f Tarboro' for the purpose of collecting itato Taxes levied by th Convention. JOSEPH COBB, Sheriff. Dm. 16, 1865.