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The crons in Nash are "said
looting bad., ' ;' V '-"'l . '
Nineteen students' will graduate
this year nt Davidson College.
A nurubftr of ' Northotn ; families
bavp arrived at thehotels in Beau
fort . ' . . . . . . ,
Tho Cotton States Congress, cow
in session in Atlanta, Ua., . will hold
its session neVjetit in Wilmington.
Rev M. M. Mat3bal i expected to
assume the "rectorship 01-
Ohurch (Episcopal) at Halt
Copt. 8. IV W.dliams, of Nash
i.ounty, late editor of tho llaleigh
Daily Nes has been nominated by
the Democrats of tho Sixth Judicial
District for Sol hy for.-J . - i -
W. S. Moore, .of - Ureensboro, lias
purclia'bed in the laM twelve months
5974 dozen rabbit skins, SGI . mink
otter, o012. rn'uskrut, ' 101!) raccoon,
"7S gray fox, 20 red fox, opos
sum, 79 cat and 24 skunk.
A thief en'.ered Whitaker's Chapel
church, near Enfield, on Thursday,
and stole therefrom tho Bible that
had daia. on the alter-of " that church
foTty years. .
Of the studoats attending the Cul
umbian University, Law Department .
at Washington City, to graduate this j c
session, we notice tho names of :
Messrs. E. LC.: Ward . and U. V.
Winboine, of the Old North State. e
The prospect for a good cotton and j
corn crop in this county is much j
botter than was onca supposed. The I
farmersare cheering upa liftle.;,-. ,
The Charlotte Observer is inform- ;
edtkat the mining property at Gold
Hill, in Eowan county, has been sold
to a Northern Company for the sum
of SSOd.000. The property was- !
valued at $40,000 beforo tho war.'
Charlotte Democrat : After a j
month of dry weather and terrible j
dust in this city, we were blessed with
general and abundant rains last week, j
Grass has'been thoroughly killed, and 1
the prospect is good for fi.no crops, I
notwithstanding the late start- Wheat I
and oats are very good. ;
News : Gov. Caldwell has ap- j
pointed Tillman Smith, of Navasota, !
Texas, a Commissioner of Deeds of j
North Carolina for that State. Jlr. ;
Smith is, we learn, a native of Anson ;
i:ounfy, and one of the most promis-
ing young lawyers of tho Lone Star j
The Statesville American has been !
shown by Mr. W. C. Mills, of Shep- j
crds x Eoads, Iredell county, stalks i
otco'.ton planted, on tuo iirst
i . , .i
That measure nine inches in length,;
with a half dozen or more leaves. ;
This speaks well for Iredell lands and
rotton culture in that county.
Baleigh News : Tho Grr.nd Mcr:
ter of Masons in this Jurisdiction ;
having been refuested by the proper
fcutoritiea to lay thei corner st
the Dnited States Court and Post-
ffico Building in this city, on the
4th of July next, tho Subordinate
Lodges are hereby notified that a
Special Communication of the Grand
Lodge will ba held at the Masonic
Hall in this city, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
on that day for the purpose above
A correspondent of the Charlotte
Observer, details an account of the !
shooting of a young lady, Miss Cul
lough, by her lover, a Mr. William?;
in Cleaveland county. Tho wound
vas inflicted by a gun loaded with
tuck shot. It seema that aneajra-ge-
tnent had existed between the lovers,
but sha found somo one she liked
better, which did not take so well
Tvith Williams, and the green eyed
monster getting the upper hand, he
committed the fearful deed. Miss
C'ullough is not fatally injured, and
will recover. Williams i.s ii ' Shelby
Newbsrn Times : We leam that I
the temperance feature lias been !
Started in this city. Two ladies were
engaged Friday afternoon in visiting ;
the barrooms in tho vicinity ot the
3'ive Points and -urging their pro
prietors to quit the business. Some
little excitement was created, ' and
the whole proceeding considered a
trikiug novelty, although no swing
ing or praying was done. We are
j.ot informed of the result, but
jrom indications ye.-terday presume
that tho ladies argument had littlo if
Tl' i i -vr . a i i. . 11.
i triuoii liens buuri utius'.on ;
to our f-tanuar a-oearer in the contest
e. . . .
ior cuperintenaent oi x'uoiic instruc
tion and tho candidates for Congress
and for fadge3 will not bo out of
place. Colonel Pool, who is cur
candidate for tho first position, is in
tvery way qualified for it by ability,
age and experience, while his oppo- j
tent, Mr. Purnell, is young, inx- ;
perienced and is not suited for the-i
office. Wo receive the most cheering j
accounts of our candidate and nredict !
i,.., . : a,. !
mui tM uauunuuiu umjuiiiv 1:1 iu-
Norfolk Landmark : At tho close
of Governor Vance's lecture on AVit
tnd Flumor, Friday night, in Nor
folk, Captain John S. Tucker arose
and approached him, bearing in his
hand a magnificent boquet, which
lie presented, speaking in substance
i.s follows: Governor Vance: Tho
young ladies of this city, both .Jewish
lend Gentile, have delegated mo
lo perform the pleasant task of pre-
fentinp to you this benutiful boquet
ns a token of their esteem aud ad-
miration Your name and fame be-
i ame known to them under far dif-
i'erent circumstances, and as tliou,
vour cenrazo and - t atriotiatn awokw
their deepsstr respect and admiration, Sashes, Neck Ribbon-, J)olfe-1 Veil
m now, when your lyre is strung to g;-eat many other new go.,d. , you
different tune, their Appreciation of i thm at i w j -rices at. Air-. Fol.k';,':
your talents but stimulates --and in- j - - -
mo toiuo. uu, uigiii - juu
taught us charity and forbearance; to-
light you have presented us with a
least oi mirth and joaty. In behalt
f our Jewish and Gentile maiden",
in tho name of the daTk-eyed l?efceccas
and the b!rte-eycd llewenas,- T tender
this beautiful toktn for ybur . accept
ance. Governor Vance accepted this
gift, and replied in n very appropriate
aim pleasing manner, his remarks
fairly Bointilating with wit ; and
iMVKS OI' .AESV :
.vdver.ti oments will be. in
ed ift'i'ii; ICnqwi
Li.-irriuiNru at Ih-i foU. ..vini'j ra
of wsior', iiir cii.!io"b t'-n ;t:iti ip
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S. 3f. PETTENGII.L
Siropt, Poston, .'!" I'aik
iork, Mill .01 etips'.nui Miett, i';,i!;u-:i!.ia,
are mr Agenlg tor pvocuritia a'jvcr!'HPinpii!s
forl'Hi: F.Kociann in ti . iLloa ci-.ii. an'l
nntliiirir.H lo ronfrnrt f n- .Tivn-i'-ii c :.t iir
JiT" A iri;-'EsT. Will tViciu!-, in
;liivrrl!'llloll'S ill lilir Tlicr, rr: jm
to sana- ;iic:isL- Mat" to .ai !i- ail-! r- si
savr your aihcri isiMiit'iit in r.MjViUKU-:
KUNLU?" Jt is little tiwilite, ioul will hel
our lniM!i's woiKtcrtiillv. Kv.ni-nili.T n.
LOCAL MATTE FIS.
Tt f.so ay AVas du'l.
!:-- i:. i r:oK. '-ee a-.lver'.i.-cmont.
IiKah Advertisement !' :' i:'.!r' I i.
Xe;v styi '.5 ot
l!! i:d.- fi'id at
S; ,i to: Ti'. 1(
r.n ( !.
!v catia can i csu-e
- i i'.eta'
i niS.u io;
the terri-r of
cents a (iiart
and a dtillir :
B. A: L.-Ne:'
to lit. at A. AYhi!
Ckow-dEjJ Hi t. Dr.
crowded out this if.--;
our next. , .
Bakki:t. You r
about 3Ir. AVeler h
Sec his advert i;-::.-.'
re ri'roe i.e;
p.t i : ' st( pp.e
,t ,f :
mark of tal
lx.ict:s:. A H! fie
y got against the ?
l.,n"s mill i ist Satm-d
wrists nea;!v sawed
Land was ?.!;o pidnfu'ly
thy are all s 1 i.
. - -
oai wa: (o see ;;
w ;ii i .:
'e Telegraph of.e at Boci.v "fcan.
it .o ! .
:or. TI.e:-; e :
Yiison, Gif a u
;: ' !i:t'
l r.s :;e:s to
corn meets S'
seems to sta
i -learns that Use ncgr.AS
I strikimr for ft! i.i r !av
Yo err friend
to : to oie negroes oi
ini s. ( )! '.
1 ; i!h.
AYe believe f
comity e add
v, hite chihh-en
il wnd ti
,(:, thi o -
' w hiles t,:c ho r it works,
' mark. 1 t rs fee who v.-iii b
; im,, l';., .
, TiM icceived anew .-uppl;.
i ing Fkumel t.iuits i all s: le .
Ti:e h;,vt stock of Oje;-a
a: :l a
t lal'.i. -Uick Jctin.w.i i:ai r.i re
U,W)U jdi,u a. I;-m.mth;::i ,nv the
upon.) jun A. liym.m tnau ;
rmld:can in tlie cotmtv. He has 1
nulJbcan in the con a! v. tie mis been a
John A. Hywnn ma a for fi.ur year?, .and
till; is the reason the Bepuhlicams throw
him over-lxiard in this county. Beoau-. o
he favored a plan cf his own race, while
the Ma!;son wing was fawnir.-'r r.t the foct
st--xd of the few whitei
doing their hiddijig. As Dick sacriliccd
hiniBclf politically for Hyman, he should
romcmlxT him wireurhe gets in Congress.
Cram txct' r Kot ?dou -t
AYodne.--.t8r.;",W iire-rct ueticd. V
that on aocor.njjtt the aholute lUAcertainty
of the number attending r.o provision has
Iiecu made f y entertaining the delegates,
and they are ovpcete.l to !.i',c their dinner
;-.i!! nnd ,
i.i'icc in ,
t?.i . . -1... . -V
white chiMivn .i' t'nc St:;'.f
v. ith the l.,rtil. children,
morrow, my col-awl f;ic:u!
send their I:.--! r rra!
inixi'd .;(!:;. i;
s( ,.;t:a 10
f t!;ev will
:1 chil h'i) I
has ln-caffot td !: olict a aa'i cftats T;i
feet tail, its head is i. i.:chc. 1
a stalk of timothy 5 feci high with a Lead
ng. VHio can heat it ? These
stalks were jnwn- njif p 'Dr.- jBVbtl tuod
contradict, the theory that small wain and
grass do r..)t tlo-.uis'a i;i Edgecombe.
inent of Linens
a'-.a n! :
punished j r a, failure, Hf:i
;r.c:s to work .iniTi:ec;-.li-.eni at it, wl.r:i
tie ; e:i;e.:ce
Tuk Last. The Tarbcro'
Coips will give their last ee.'.ertai:
the sea.i;!, at Teel Hall, un Tim;:
the 10th irtst. Oa this occasion :
produce the beautiful domestic
"Ren Bolt," : it
fvir that nlar.
une-iit wiil la
! ,;: :..:-, ;u;:i
-. klijdiy t;T.-.-cninir.
intersperse. 1 v. 1th s. ngs
eccchi'le widi the farce
The Scotland Neck .Band
tiered their s-r vices for ti
J Gi:a8sk.-.. A ood .lgu f r
1 fty of ov.rV junty D 'uhe tv.evfi
tir .ii f It v Tvr its farfnei-s. Y
j at.iiatut .f clover hamtea 1: Mdges-i int-e
j ibis year will almost, lathle thc.t of any
irecediiig year. It is a great rn.r li. it
i our people had fallen into, that, clover
! could not he successfully cultivaici in
I Edgecombe. Br. Jos. JI. Baker informs
Its thatuiithe ' Bell olace," a farm owned
and operated by himself and Judge How
ard, lae nrt C'.ttmi; ot ; i- acre
by actual weig'it poinds
Clover fiav, a::d he i.' c:,niidcut
were main- acres that ma le CO'io. Tl.
iji.oo pur huiiiitt! lMdia,t!:e cal'lva'i
Clover a prrtsblr!5-
:-r car.mm iiie ias i-oi ,
ai! i, iiiue; -'.! j i . are, e no -e.ma e-
rially brightening. A full corps of Directors
have 1 ccn elec:.el, i inljaaoing mu of known
irtegrity and business ability, ami thr
eoa4'.lete organiziition has been perteeted.
Treful! importance of this road Xinot,
we think, duly appreciated bv the section
country it, i.
k, lil,l OJ
t.ie :ate at larce. i..:s.er;i J
t:a i-KSH.'.-:.-es i ir.c'i vjrltli tha:
undevel.;:;e 1 as I n : a.: its rail
The local ' t ral
continue s ; iuu ertect.
In ad la;
it ceccse.'rv f.:-'-5 . ;. s. i.
From .". :'ce;0 ;.; ; ir,.oi M. ;. II. J.
' Ihige::- v. ! take ti:; i--li.iv. log : "ery sooi:
will pie-er.t pr.igrauime of . operations
; to the puhllc iMjag the line end shall ex
i peet tlieir heai"ty co-cperation.' It shall be
j arranged that every dollar they subscribe
; shall go to the purposes subscribed for,
i else they will not have topay.". .1
For the Enquirer-Southerner. "
Louisburg Academical Exercises, &s.
3In. Bdit6b: Please allow mo a amall
space in j'our paper to say that last week
was a most enjoyable one in Louis'ourg.
:r exercises of the Spring Sessions
Male A.fademv and Female
.- pi .ee I y.exw:-..:!aO',.;!s x ues-.uiy ant
AVe.L:f3j ay. Atai.!-WRiW,'ijy-.i :
will m-e from the pivgramiii; I send yea;,
;i MtLsical C.act-rt liy the girD and decla
mation by the bi-.-s cause otf i.i the College
Clv'l. There wan a perfect jam, ercrv
s.-a'.'and .-t:mdl:-g ror-m In t':: Inge Cliapel '
a-;.l pa.-sages c: o, d-..i. All did v.ciL voiy.
well, "Thai Billy tint,'' "Tho AY rid fur
Sale,'' ' (,'.i-.-.;:b'.;oict lniproveri,'' 'l .ealiy
Don't Think I Shall Marry,'' " Bird of the
Mountain," "N.w Isn't it !a!!y Provok
ing," and th"-i "Itlng Or.t Merry Bell.-,"
euoris Joy, Joy, Happy an- AYe," r .u.;g
by ovi ly gill In the heminaiy, brought
down the bouse in rapturous applause.
A nartv was civf n'Tliurs lav ni.rh at th"
Male Academv prr.'iioul.vr! , f
i : f the young girls and ho-.-.
! On Friday a large number, some I.lo of
I our citizens vrliii the pupilsef Ix.'.hseiieoks, i
I look n boat lide u; T'ar river to Bear J
Swamp, and had a basket Pic Nic dven j
! by the IVttiiTcw Council Friei-.d". of Tern- ;
i pesv.r'-c. Ad dresses were delivered bv
! Bev. i- L. Ileal, M. B. .bo ne- ami Y. 11. i
' iiesler. All p.'-ssed ott most pleasimt and I
; we reu'hed to s.ih !y. ('. M. V. ;
j Ore TiiESi-u: C'cnr V'o tak the
j following coiar limuiii io our The pl.::!;
; Corps from the AYa.diingtou Express : j
Happening in Ta.'lwr.i. o last MoUti'v 1
i eveniiiir, it v. as our 1
c.eiignirui ratcn.-iiiiiin'iit given r.i i.-oi
by the Tarboro Thespian Corps, an tun;
troupe composed the young jadief
irentl'-nien of that place. The
e fullv arranged
having ljee;i kindlv p:?sentel with a v
1 plinientry ticket, rmnhed Sor. A. No.
I '.- e found ourselves iu a e-pltal po.-i
I fght in among the fairc-t of the fair, (how
i nice it i : t! be an editor when v:. itiu't
inar.-ie:S). The performance cMnm-nced
wills tue old h'Ui. po'prdar drama, " Loa.n of
a Lover, which was rendered
si vie than we have ever before seen it.
Mips Maggie- Palamomitain, as Gertrude,
and Miss . Id i tlie Mooie, as Barnestinc
lloscnda!e,-riCi'iU:tt."d themselves in iroodi
stvie. Their whole rendii
.ersmide.l to I :";tf' assigae.l tiiein -.f as full ff 'g:fce axil j , '...,lt'h'(.;,;-i; -11
ihose who c-legatice indeed enllam IfcuiS j - xonm
, to savrwiiat we - would in commendation ,' v .,
of them. Mr. II. A.
the charucte r of Pet
r Syk in a hirhlv
creditable manner, and v
Pi him that, weihiuli Jho 3t sge is his ' u,.r.o,' 1
Mr. C. IL Bolder; 'as " Caytnm Arner,-- !
fort," Mr. J. IT. Y.&lv, arr "Mivvzd" and
Mr. 'ti. S. Spragtrs, "as ''Delve," all did !;
credit to themselves In the per.-onatioii oil :
the characters a.-.-igned. them, llib was !
' followed by a Highland dance by a little
: ooy or girl, (from the costume it woie we i
i we were unable to decide) we do know, j
nowevor, that it excelled anytiuiig ot the
kind we have ever seen from one so young.
'i-i... i .... i . ; i. i.-.i
.a. r,ui :, ouo, ,! ,!. , ..k m
wi.h toe res !y Uugaable ,arce V'1--
irgima Mummy ic would afford ns
mueu pleasure io notice in oeian some oi
the ludicrous scones furnished, ' but both
time and space forbids us. AYe will say,
however, that Mr. AY". I). Bryan, as'"Gin-
:.T Blue, made us lai
i m faute or onr-
self. aa wc were fatigued from travel and
did not feel at all like it. He is decided
ly an original character, and wai the life
oi' tlie evening. AYe return thanks for
courtesies extended to us while'in Tarboro.
Tiie Thespians give another entertain
ment next Thursday night. They will
doubtless be glad to see Mr. Bogai t among
t ! t!: Tarltoro Male and Fenl. acaticaiies
; ' Vvill nicet. this freeing at fi iM-locTi af the
i office of Tied. I'liillip Eq'
PtxTixKi. '. ur . Contractor iyg.?we
cianoi into our new huiU'ii.' next
week, 'flit- "Eniiirer-Soqtberiii'r" v
t'a;'.''f.iio make its due appearance.
'i-.i: i.i:o A: 11 .r.v,n K.n. Koad Co.
a laeetiiH'- i.f the StockhohleM in New
V,., . f,... ;,,,,!.-s fi.rd i!ic f(,i liiviH' nam-
lorK a lew w '.a.
- 7 ;
cd gcntlena-n of liijju character, and some
cf them of known wealth, weie electel
. W. !rceuleaf. of the Banking House
of Orcenlcif, Norris & Co.
AY". IL I'rici
f ?.Iarch, Price
IL It. BoLzer, (
1 lennan Kohbc,
.1 I!. il'..r A- l rtik rill--
;f Law firm Sullivan,
Kohbe & Fowkjr. ' '
Don Km sell, Pi-es't Loanex's Bank N". Y.
L. P. Bayre, of L. P. Bayne & Co.:,
Banhers. . - "
If. .1. K igers, of L. P. B.iyne & Co.,
.1. C. Wynians, Iron Merchant.
A. it. i.tv, ( f A. (J. Lee v'cCo., Raleigh,
IL D. Boberson, Martin County,'; C.
AYm. S. liattle, Tar'noro',- T. C.
B. T. Mtiic'.dand, AVake e'ounty, N. C.
W. t.l. rpcliurch, Merchant, Jlalelgii,
On the -li;i of June Ibe DhecUas a-ael in
Now York to rcrfee? tla-ir drganizaon, '
i A. AY. Civenleaf was elected President.
11. J. Bogers, Vice President nvA Man
i fglng Director.
J. ii. McPheelers, Baleigh, N. C.,. .See-
rotary and Treasurer.
! Sullivan, Kobbe & Fowler, Cotiuselloi-s,
; New York.
J. Eilwin Moore, AYilliainston, X. C.,
new oliapes in
i.l see them at
Hats end Bonnets,
j AYho are punis'ied for a failure to put
prisoner; to work ;.nd keeptlicm at it, w hen
j the senlene is " I lard Jjtf.HK ';"
IIi.t.i Ti:e merabcrs cf the " Stoue-
-.vail ikioj Ila'l Club" are hereby requested
to meet at th.e C.urt House, cn Monday
I evening newt, fur re-organl.ation. Those
I ue-lilng to connect liieiuselves with the
j Ck:' will plea.-e report on the same even
j ing. Cy order of the President,
i AY 1'. AYii.i.i.vjisox, See' v.
Not'o:-:. There will be a meeting of the
" Tar Paver .Toeky CluL ' in Tari)or, on
Tue-(I:iy, June 1 i'.;b. All the members are
iVfiuested to attend, ?.' business of impor
tar.c will li' tranrsictcd.
( . Bi.n:::;, JXO. S. DAXCY,
For t'ie EuquIrer-SaiiitlMiiier.
" Civil Eights."
Ma. Eiutoj: : AVhat Soutlicrn man
education and refinement believes in the
Civil Bights IP11 from principle? Show
me a Southern gentleman who advocates it,
that is not seeking ,liU:e at the hands of the
colored people, regardless of the consequen
ces Bust may tl jw from its evil effects. Is
that man n friend either to the colored peo
ple or v.liltc ? Does he not come forward
as a lire-brand in our midst, creating dis
card and arousing the worst passions ' of
ot:r nature.;, in order that lie may make
-.- !li,r t'rtc-'.t wr onrtA.
ss and mdif-
so l'.,t- liiml result, '!
Ile'e n t!-.t
e to go tu work and
seeks to build h'nn-
''if up up-. n tlx- c-e.inhtynnd ignorar.ee of
1 h- poor black man. How does be do it ?
Hv advocating anv principle of the Benub-
iOaa party ;
.le, and then
He mav slate a princi-
ii on in along haransre aliout
white folks ami black folks, and black
folks must have their rights, and they ar3
r.s good as white folks, and they are going
to hce that ihey get their rights, whea in
fact their right are never denied them, and
they enjoy as much, if not more rights,
than the white people, because the -white
people Paving moie intelligence and for
bearance have submitted to a great many
indignities, simply because they knew,
however iun- K-ei t they might le, it would
ih turned by designing men to further
array the clas-os. AYe are in feelings and
i eciuilar.- interest the friends of the black
man. He works our hinds and we pay
him our money. If one leaves the State,
v.c go to Virginia and bring two to put in
hid place if we can get them, and doesn't
an;; t-Avr man know, whether he is a North
ern or a S vphorn man, that if we, the peo
!.. of North Carolina, were- to pass any
i iw lii.it didn't give him his rights, agents
from the other Southern States, would Hock
into Nor'h Carolina and carry them off by
the car 1 ad to States still farther South,
when they couM enjoy all their rights and
get goo: I waves besides? The people who
i.w!i the laud, he they black or white, are
h':v,'.s ( f the laborers ot the country,
c--preirJ!y w hen labor is scarce, and with
all of the abominal govemments they have
impiT-e - i upon us we still want cu (Tee's
labor. W ill now who is this keeping all
l!:Ls fu-s ;.' oi.t the colored man's rights?
They, r.s a general class, are men who have
nothing, who do not give one of them em
ployincat. The colored man gets nothing
from them and they - get eveiytlung from
tho colored man by his vote.
If the colored man gets Into trouble he
goes to the white man, (the Democrat)
i , ,r assistance. This self constituted friend
of the colored man gets up on the stump
and tells the di In-led creature not to believe
'l-.lr.,. 4!i.. irn .11 nrirpf f.'Pc
a m.i::, in' v". v ............
. , , I.',,., .,o!c.i.,,-,..i.
: ti n in ...nit t i, it- .i.iv ii.iii i.'i ,i.-.,.oi.iiii .
i: ask him mighty quick who he lives with
a:ut tie nail uciicr get u irom imu. mica
novr are the men, w ho lore! it over our col
j Cnl, 4-n C!, M.r.-
I Uil ! IHI.I.IKIHI 11. IJlttil 13 L,. liimvnii i
white men who now advocate Civil Bights,
in favor of mixed schools, social equality
ii: hotels on the ears, steamboats, church's,
theatres and oven go to the quiet city of
the dead : AYhlte pe tple of Edgecomlie
county, cm you oouiiteraance and recog
nh.e a white iwn as your equals who tries
f,. r. -,,.. ll.lti c-.r.!ol i.'.nolltv tinrni vial imil
f .vn'jlo" ,..,.- v,i. t
f I.,',... ...188.8.131.52 . .1. 1.11.1. tvj
force toe poor white children it i.ilge
combe to go to mixed pchool? It you sit
still and raisa not your voice or exert your
iiuluenee to avert it are you r.ot culpable ?
You mav sav " well I can t do any good,
I say to you, old gentle
not your influence for
'ood, for w hen you speak tis like a part
ing advice to the young, that we all rever
ence. Young man, you know not what
you ca:i ilo until you try. Bet us all do
ou!- duty in the contest, and enter our
stdenvi protest by our votes ami iiiiluer.ee,
conscious of tho rectitude of our cause,
and all will be well. The young men
appeal to the old, to the men of wealth,
of standing and charaetor,not to stand one's
bond for cilice who w ill sell himself and
compromise the true spirit transmitted to
us by a noble ancestry, that he mav be the
'thirtv nieces of silver." The
Radical leader appeals to the Macks to
; UmthoT teaches him not to have
cr!njence in he teaches hhn to believe
; , a5t,Li3 itnemics : now.dct us stick
I together once and fee what effect it will
; have. AVe can only try. I would be the
1 last man to proscribe a man for Lis polit
! ical sentiments, yet we arc only accept
ing w hat the Radicals, preich and urge
upon the colored people.
. - . PLAsrua.
Just received at BELI'S,oa Ce pit Solid
Piaia Cold Itings, from t" to ?12 each.' Also
Gold Stnds, Collar and ' Cuff 'Buttons,'
AVatches, Jewelry, Silver AA'are, Spectacles,
&e., &e. Now U the time to buy them cheap,
i lsicnic-Qood Templars Lemonade,
Chicken and Ice water.
Mr. Ebitoi: : Since the organiwitkm of
the Ivxlw of Gxxl Tduud&ra in tills place,
nathlng has tntiispired i.i coaJK-ction wi'li
it sr pleasant h:kI enjoyable as the day of
n.Mn..ii;..i. -..... I.I. I.iuILami t9 T.. !
j. i ituii...i, f,n 111. n Ibll uui i Tmi, i u i
j ltiver Lod-e, JJ x ky Mount, where we had
j been kindly invited to join thrm in a Pic
nic. It was a some' of regret that tlu whole
lxlije were not aide to go, nut s:ane
twenty-live, with a few friends, went.
Tlie ride to Uockv 3Iount seemed to be
ere we were there. In a few minutes after
the arrival of the train, a procession could I
he seen coming toward the Depot, com-!
posed, as we learn, of the lodges of Hocky
Mount and Jovners Depot, clad in Kegaha
and with banners tlviuj. bearini? the three
trv..nf in 1 ,.t t.Ul.
i . -.t . 1 . ' 1
an.t e liantv. It w as a surht not soon to
lie forgotten. There were the old and the
young, male and female, all enlisted and
ready to do battle against the direst foe of
our race. AYe feel intemperance lo be a
social evil and it must be corrected so
cially. The sexes must lie placed on an
equal footing. Pardon this digression Mr.
Editor, for the sight above recorded
awakened strong and serious reflection.
)n the North of the Deiot the proces don
J halted and divided and Advance Lodge was
j escorted through to the front, where we
took position, and all moved forward to
j the pi ice prepared for the day's exercises,
j a beautiful grove, where everything had
leen nicely arranged, a stand for the
speakers, seats for the audience and tables.
1 teaching the grove we were halted, and in
a few remarks from brothsr Holden, W.
C. T., Tar Biver Lodge, were kindly wel
comed to the festivities of the day, which
I regret to say were not responded to, (at
least in words,) although I am sure we
fully appreciated the kindness done us.
This, by the way, was the only awkward
part of the dav's proceedings and that en -tircD
on the part of our own lodge. You
know, oib AY. C. T. is as clever a fellow
as this country affords, but he had exhaust
ed his vocabulary some time previous,
(having had to do some courting at a long
distance) and was wholly unable to find
words to express himself on this occasional
so we'll have to " forgive-him " this time.
But all the embarrassment of the situa
tion soon passed away under tl delights
of the iced lemonade, " straight," served
by Bro. Tillery, who, judging from the
quality of the article then produced, knew
just what he was about. Long may he
live to work in the Temperanbe cause, and
at Picnics dispose such drinks as refresh
and do not intoxicate !
After lemonade, all were requested to
occupy the seats to listen to the addresses
of the day. The opening remarks were
made by Bro. Holden followed by our AY.
Chaplain, Bev. C. C. Dodson, who enter
tained his audience near three forths of an
hour. They loth spoke to the point, and
the speeches relleet credit alike upon both.
1 trust some impression was made for
good. Then came the dinner, Pig, (bark
ened) Chicken, (some, ditto) Lamb, Ham,
&c, A-c, a splendid repast, enough for all
and of the fragments, I should judge, a
basket full. Heally Mr. Editor, the din
ner, as well as everything else, reflects great
credit upon all concerned, and if you could
have seen the style with which it disap
peared you would have needed no addi
tional evidence as to its qualitj-.
( 'ill you allow me here to correct the
statement of the I toe ky Mount Mail of last
week? When the Editor, in speaking of
the picnic, attempting to say something
funny, takes liberties with the name of a
stranger he should not do. He labors
tmder a wrong impressien if he thinks
that barliecued chicken went down one
throat. It had to stand the cuts of sever
al, who were ignorant of its being special
property, and were not aware of the fact
ar.tll the "drum stick" had been
siezed and there was found attached to it
a slip of paper, stating that it was "ex
pressly pre; ared, &.c. Bro. Dodson was
j in the meantime engaged with something
i else.) Dinner over the crowd scatter
around e-enerallv, for the most DSrt bv
twos, both not of the same gender, how
ever, and'tojjudge from appearances, more
than one heart wo3 exchanged. It strikes
me there was considerable done in that
line of business.
I saw one young man (Tarboro fellow
too) who has held out for some time but
he "gave up the Ghost" (of his heart)
that day, hut I fear it will be without avail,
for he can't expect to contend successfully
with Lretberen who are the recipients of
chickens, with papers pinned to their per
ambulators, lie sars, however, he's goimr
After an intermission of perhaps an hour
wo were again invited to lemonade, after
w hich w e had a dow n-right stirring speech
from Bro. Holden, then adjourned (the
members) to the Bodge Room where a most
interesting meeting was held. It was a
delightful time to some of us at least. I
am tpiite certain, Mr. Editor, that the
Lodge of tiiHxI Templars at Rocky Mount
are dolim- a troxl work. 1 tlimk. Mr. llol-
den as AY. C. T. is the right man in the
right place, and I was also struck with the
ojien manly face of Bro. Parker, W. C. T.,
AYowlville Lodge, and from the reports of
thet-e broMiren, they are both working with
a will. Soon after the adjournment of the
Lodge, the whistle of the train (sent up for
us specially) is heart!, and at 5 p. m. are
cn route home, all feeling that they had a
niee time and that AVetlnesday, 3rd June,
1 67-i, will be remembered as one of the
bright place's in their lives. Tlere were I
suppose near io0 persons present at the
dinner, and but for the threatening appear
ance of the clouds there would doubtless
have been twice, that number. There were
some pretty laches there who came as
though t hey desired to make an impression,
and I guess they did, and 1 can assure them
those Good Templar boys are worth catch
ing, and to make "assurance doubly sure "
they had better join the Order if not already
members. Before closing allow me to re
turn the heartfelt thanks of this Ixidge to
C apt. Avatson and agent Thomas for their i
kindness and efforts in our behalf. I hope j
at no distant day wc shall lie able to return j
the compliment to our brethren and sisters
of Tar Biver Lodge. Long may they live,
grow and flourish, and lie a power against
the Demon Intemperance. P. Y.
For the best stock of City made Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, you will find
at Mrs. Fcldenheimer's.
1.INT or LETTERS
Remaining iii the Post Office at Tarboro'
Jane 0th, 1874 :
Persons calling for letters on this list,
will please say "advertised. " If not called
for in R0 day's, thev will he sent to the
Dead Letter Office."
B James Barnes, Tom Boyd, John
C L Crumble.
1) Dina Dixon.
H Miss Delia Hinds, Alex. Harrison.
Ij James Lawrence, Miss N. E. Laue.
it Tverson Russell.
T Miss S. 1). Twetty.
AY H. H. AYammack.
11. II. Shaw, P. M.
Don't he Discol-ragkd. Suppost you
lane "tried fifty remedies" and rcei?d no t
lioiieiit, is tliei therefore "no balu in
Gileadb' Yrily iheie
A'our liter ioy
be conuestHtl. vour stoinaeh half itaralyzeti
your i-.eives quivering, your muscle knotted
with torture, your bowels contrictitd, your
lunas diss iseil, vein-blo.,d full of impurities
yet, in one week ftfr coniiBnc!nJ a
viui'-sB of Dit. Walker s A'ihegab Bitters
ecu will feel like a new creature.
ROGERS. In this place, on Thursday,
the 4th inst., Mrs. Makt Rogers, in the
27th year of her age.
fcriAP3LT. In this place, on Sunday
the Tth inst., Mr. RrssEi.i. Chapman, in
the 72nd year of his age.
" SHARPE. In this county, on Tuesday,
the 9th inst., Mr. J. B. Shabps.
iiHIl IliaV li.i-m. Hlil ' ! I Or. V.
ltiilsam nf Wild 'l, i'ri v Ii-.im t euuenllv (Miit tl
, this niuch hf mle i AW :!. it almost inv. i,i-
Ity f iitv 1 1 nr in '
I i ii ' -'. :.
i r- p.i.l
!i ..'ii ih .
llioi'SI .... Al 1 I
Mil tl (il 1 Ii '
n It-li .h'i. I wii! ir rf.Wiv. 1'
timi I! war.-, ili-ii, nt t.iii.'ti:
or iV -..i'I'i - f .r-ir-inir.! ',-ii i'r:
:i 1 l '. ill ' irs " Mi '! l:
Wlk(V- liii s. !.
SPs ivp j- Tiu.irai.i kiii'i. a il
.'ORUEOrUl. WEEKl.V H
TERRELL & BRO., Grocers,
TA-UKORO', tV. :.
Home crodiietinu vt quolft at .ti" luivini;
price, and all otlifr ai It;- felincr price IVoin
Ua.com S C. Hams, in eanv iss, per ! I. . - ISt
Slioul.lcr.s " 1 (Villi:
Siilcs, Lack !.i.n-:ei;i lili 1 1 .iOi :.' ?
Hci.k M n r - !i.'!i!ui m, per I' 10c
siiics. i li-ai-, 1-3 j'
ISrep. FreM. I..-, p..
8iiecd Tiiei'iiy per lb
Bfcsswili Tf! ti..
Cotton, per pounii,
Cotton Yakn,pii- liitucL,
Coks, per breUiel,
Chkksc, ?J lb
Eugh, per do., n
Fijh'ii fairipc taiuilv Mi!
Hides Dry $ V.
Green, V tt.
Iron Ties, ) a.
Laki, y lb. -
Meal, i er l)-.-.-!iel
?1 li"iH 00
- lot,' 'ile
; i -4
Moi.asp:s Sntar llniiw "jf tallim.
Om.,ns, per Im-liel, i&2 So :
Pork Mess per M.t. 21 (M)ft0U 1
Rump, " C0;(jf(H)CO
Potatoes. sweet, ner Inistie!.-.- 1 00((v 1 .:!('
Irish, per biisbcl-
Peas, per bushel,
Salt, (i. A. per sack,
Liverpool, per sack, - -
Sausage, per Hi,
Tea, per Hi,
Ta.ij.ow, per lb.
New York Markets.
New York, .lime 10. G P. M.
Co ton quiet at 18ialSi. Sales of bales
Baltimore, June 10. 6 P. M.
Cotton dull n.nd nominal; middlings ITia
NEW BOOKS ! !
Jusl ipeeivcl at tli
Tarbaro Book Store
a supply of
Also quite mi assortment of
at Xew York retail price-,
April 10, 174. U.
Tarboro', N. C.
0. F. ADAFflS, Proprietor,
"'HIS HOTEL IS NOW Ol'EM FOlt THE
ccoiuodaleiii of ll;e traveling public.
aaJ no pains will be .-par.-d li make nil who
stop ai liiis ll.iicl coiiiloi laljli; and pleusaut.
Tlie talile will be biippiie.l with the best t lie
market affords, and served up bv experienced
hands. The proprietor only ask a trial, for
the public to be c-oi:vined.
O. V. illAMS.
Jan. i, Ii?T4. tf.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY liUYINC AT THE i
LIVE BOOK STORE.
THE undersiiriie.I havini j i--l eel timed i
from New York with a FL'i.J. sTo K, ;
i consisting of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, l'.i V : ls,
SOAl'S. I'KiAkS. 'i K:l Ai'l (;.
Tl l'E.S, :.,
respeel fully solicits the ;-il mMur d i!:c
public, llavit.tr biiuuhi at P..M PISICKS,
i am prepared io ntler induct menu-.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PiiOEITS
bs MY MOTTO.
lia:.-" 1 :in also A.i-.-nl fur llio in..rii"it.
! cvcloeo-'.i .. T!ii-t e Ktbiion of W no riv,
j Stamps and Seals, si!,e t Music, Olin.-o, M.-.i-..
I KOOI rainliny: ami late, penoiueau aim
per. T. K. I,K l,
ai. Kedinoitil'r o'd Man,,.
Tarboro', April It), is;4. if.
Bank of New Hanover,:
"Wilmmsion?, IV. C
Capital & Surplus, irSoiMXM)
BRANCH AT TARBORO', N. C.
M. WEDDELL, Pres't. J. D. CUMJTIKG, Cu U'r
Matthew Wcddelt, John S. Dam y,
Fred. Philips, ,'oltu Nort'.ert,
W. O. Lewis, Elislia Cromwell.
This Bank (rr.uacls a geneial bankimr bus
iness. Collects in any part of tin- United
fcuues. Buys and sells (io'.d, filver, Ex
change, Old Hmk Notes and Slocks
Feb. 20, 1ST4. I. v.
G I N l. HAMS. .TS.
Boots and Mum s. (O-ii-
ci-ries, Se , v
May loth, 174
Tarboro EM. C.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
taken in exchange, such as
Ita Hides.' !
oct. T-tf !
aQ TIC IS.
tiersons are hereby- warned
XV employing Lewis Speed, liar
George Mew rt, Ito'iett Vltirrts, Henry Har
ris, Kiz'.ii' Ward. P u nee .e-soiiis and
let Morris, all colored, who are under aim
tract to woik for nie ihis year. The law will
lie enforced 'taSnsl anv person who hires
H.i. O. C. I'.ATTI.F..
April '.'T. 4t
A RARE CHANCE
One fourth Interest in the
Works for Sale.
A fourth int rest hi the Eilgeeomhe Airrieul
t'l'iil Works. For particulars, address
A. J. MINES, Wilson, N. C.
Kou. GEORGE HOW ARD, Tarboro', N. C.
Joly 2. tl
per day. Agents
wniittd everywhere. Par-
ticuiarg n ee.
. H. Blaik & Co., St. Louis,
HAVING' removed to their Handsome New Jii: k'Stove, next d
to It. II. .Austin & Go's Old Stand, beg It ave to announce to tli
friends and the public generally, that they ln-o iv-w on. hand one of the
largest find le.-t nsoi tuients of Goodi ever cft'ere'l to llti market, and
which they wiU'oflW at prices' that .- - - I
, 'ihfir Stock consists uf great ?riety of Superior r . - "
n iablp for MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOY'S Wear. ,
Wry ro1s, Boots & Shoes,
Mats & Cai
nishing Croods, Notions,
Trunks, Valises, Um
brellas, &c., &c.
! For the handsomest Prints, go to H.
For the Handsomest Dress Goods, 6ucb as Poplins, Grenadines, Lenos, Al
pacas, Lawns, Ticques, &c, &c., go to II. Morris & Bro's.
For the best fitting and best styles of Clothing, go to II. Morris & Bro's.
For a handsome New Spring Style Silk Hats, and Various other Hats for
Men, Youths, Hoys, Children, Ladies and Misses, go to H. Morris &
If you want a suit of Clothes made to your own order, go to H. Morris &
Merchant Tailoring iu all its Branches.
A good fit always guaranteed,
examine our immense stock of '
CLOTHS, CASSIHEUES, L1LS, M,
suitable for the season. -
WHITE DUCK SUITS
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
of the handsomest patterns, in endless variety.
Don't fail to call and examine our Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere,.
'i so bin .i, Mav in!i 1 S"I.
The (inn heretofore existinu uuJer (he style of IT. Whitlock & Co., Las been dissolveJ
b-mutual cimseiiL on ihe 0:h dav of April, 1S74. A. Whitlock who will continue the
harness is aloee auihoii.e.l to par and collect
Tarbi.i.i'. N". C , April Ithlh, 1874.
NEW FIRM !
NEW (GOODS I :"rs-
.V i . - " .
'I.. : ': 'U-: ' ' '- .'
18. lf9lITLOCK'Sr'CO., '
Cor. Minn & Pill Sts. opposite Adam's Hotel,
OFFERS io the people of Edgecombe and
adjoining counties the best selection of Fine
and Low Priced
Boots & Shoes,
;Q ents' Furnishing
Vi:m CIIF.AP for oii.
The ctistome.o, t ( the la'e linn will liad it TO THEIR INTEREST to coutinuo to be
stow iheir lihfial patioaaee to lhe NEW FIR?d. I respectfully ir,iie uiy fiien.ls and the
public generally to call and exuniii my stock if
Spring and Slimmer Goods
lw-fore pairchlitiiiiL' eluwhre. 1 have a i-oliiplete slock of
aii1 SU.11MRK SUITS,
for MMX. YOUTHS and CHILDREN'S WEAK. Al a fu! .assortment of
Boots cfc SHoes
lo fit MA X. AVOAf AN r CHILD. Tie prettieat CALICOS aud SHIRTI.VGS and cheapest
DOMESTIC GOODS in town.
MERCHilNT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
I io eoiii'u ne t- make t'loMiiiii! o order an tinal and onarantee entire natixfactiou.
Gentlenaen cau leave iheir measures tor any style Dies Shirts they may deaira, and I
LM.aratitee a perfect lit and prices av low a Baltimore or Xew York.
For oJ aoods, luw prices and fair
FIRM of - - v - '
Tarboro, N. C, May 1, 1874.
IIX A' II
bef have to Announce to their
is, (Rents' Fnr-
Morris & Bro.
Garments cut at sliort notice; i Call and
Morris & Bro.
the dftbts of lhe firm.
dealing, you can aai'ely rely on tne NEW