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"The Tarboro' Southerner.
Taorsday, - Ma7 2. 1S72. TARBOSO', NORTH CAROLINA. YU.LlAlIBlUUS, --- Editos. Our Little StaellfungTta. .. So the uitri-whue KadicaU 'auded by Vtt iguoraut negroes, have renbmtua :cd -Mars Tod" for Governor. We are glad of it. The people of North Carolina koow a good ?ea! of this small nun's doings; they koow something yi'the unscrupulous and bitter feelings that fill tbis tyrant's little ssul ; and .hej will act wisely arid well, whsu the election day comes. Doubtless our !itt!d Sineiltuagtts is ready with what ever of taints be may possess, backbd hf all hia ottnning and knavery, if pos sible, to deceive the people and to nick the woise appear the better rea s, .u," and by his artful appeals, bold aaiertions, specious agreements, and fake statement, to -'perplex and dash" lUe ' maturest counsels" of his adversaries, but be will sigoally fail iu his attempts; all hie disguises will be torn away, all his deception's will be ex posed, all hia sophistries blown to the skies, all his base and despotio acts will be thoroughly ventilated, ail h s "gross and, savage "deformity" will be 'Anatomized in every nerve and sinew With constant courage and contempt offear The people will, no: be. allowed ,to forget his flagrant ind oft' repeated abuse of power his hifc , handed measures his prostitution of his h yh office to tbe dirty work of a party scav enger. From ChBrokee to Currituck, in a thousand places by a thousand epeakera, bis outrages and indecencies will be heralded and denounced ; his usurpations, his crimes, his baseness, hall all be exposed, again and again, until even hia bard cbeek shall burn, aad even he i'l net dare. defend his 'develish deeds" any lender "With necessity, the tyrants' plea." It will matter but little what he or hia friends may urge that his outrages upon the rights of tbe people may be condemned. lie may angrily insist that be was moved by high impulses and noble considerations in what he did; they have followed him from the hour he accidentally became Governor, through all his revolutionary and ty rannical acts, abd they have f een the spirit of the innovator and defpnt in all that he has done. lie will find that no niau, in North Carolina atletst when tbe people are overawed by Fed eral bayonets, can violate constitution al guarantees and legiblative privileges with impunity; and be will End thai the constituted powers of the State are stronger and .higher and broader and more durable than the will of anj placeman. however unholy his ambition or insatiable his desires, or unscrupu lous bis acts. Tbe people are fully I aware of the danger, or will be before the August and November election?, and they will rise up as one man to avert the danger, and to save the State and the country. In the heart of our people thgre is, too much love for coun try; too deep ao. attachment to order and right, to tolerate by their votes any experiments in he arts of destruc tion. They icill hold their public ser vantt to the strictest accountability, and they will teach those petty tyrants men of tbe smallest mental calibre, but broadest cupidity aod ambition G rant "the Psctess.-.and. Caldwell the Infinitesimal, that they eaono subvert ,his Government or destroy the libers tiee, of a free people. , To. condemn .by. ao overwhelming defeat those corrupt and aggressive officials is to vindicate the majesty of the law; is to p?rpetuae the blessings vast and unmeasured, of civil liberty ; is to restore peace, and order, and good government, with all their attendant teapis, to tho above country. Every man who really loves hia State, every man who really appreciates, the bles sings of a well regulated Constitution al.Goverament; very man yslio prop erly regards our social weiKbeing, or who desires to enjoy in peace what he posse6es; every man who" cherUhes a proper care for the purity, integrity and dignity of his country, will, .vote against the re election of those magnifi cent incapables twin fellows in crime and oppression TJ'yssos the First, and Siaellfunjrus Caldwell. THE COTTON TAX BILL. ,,Tii3 attentioa of our readers has. doubtless, already been called to a bill before Congress, which provides that tbe tax that waa collected by the United State Government on Raw Cotton, during the years, 18G5, '6G '6T and '68, shall be refunded to those from whom it was collected This bill commends itseli to the jus tice and gcod sense of all our people irrespective .of .color or party, and s0 far as we are advised has the unjali fied appi oval of every t ae. . .. The friends f this bill claim that it i unconstitutional, and auch it un doubtedly appears to onr eye. , it was undoubtedly wrong to collect tl h tax in. the first instance aod the ornev this wrong is repaired the bet ter for all parties. Cuurl opened on Monday evening. No ce of importance nave a yet Vfv ie'vlri Hi, Jon Judge Wntt j.n- it- v tj f:.r tad irrparml i., i.i w v- . hi.Tge to ih V'TV. Srlicttw Mrtiu it doiog his full duty. Grant Showing His " Hand- " "For ways that are dark," if not "for trick that a'o vain" Grant and his set are indeed "peculiar." Tbe latest "trick" is hi message to Con gre, iu which he charge a very large proportion aome'iive sixths of tbe white population of South Carolina with perjury and conspiracy. Ofcoutse nobody but a fopl will believe it for not even as big a fool as Grant himself ia believes it for one momentf but it will subserve base aod infamous, party ends, and so the lie is tramped up.' Alas! the poor Sooth is to be abused and slandered "throughout another year, that toe most dastardly and vil lainous, party that ever existed may again triumph. But we can hope that this effort to deceivo the Northern peo ple will fail. Many of the ablest re publican papers in the North are w.th Trumbull. Schurz. Greeley and others, in their Reform movement, and the rottoonest and rascality of the- Grant party will.be thoroughly, exposed, bo the Northern people can see it as we, of the South, have long ssen it. A Suggestive Anecdote Any ono familiar with the history of thi- State since 1S65. can woM ap preciate the following anecdote : 'A lad, arrested for theft, when taken before the magistrate and asked what his occupation was, frankly an swered, "Stealing." "Your caudor as tooishe ine," said ihe Judge. ' I thought it would," replied the lad. "seeing how many big ones there are in the fame business, as is ashamed to own it." We have never heard of any of our "bi" . North Carolina rogue "owning" their .hefts. When, charged with rascality and stealing they seem overwhelmed with astonishment, and affect the greatest mdiguetion at any suppicion attaching to them. Very immaculate indeed ! There are me in North. Carolina now, who have been bribed either directly or jndireeUy, who have connived at all sorts ol swindling operations, who have con spired to rob the .people of million upon mill ons of their ;iard earnings, who are to day living in luxury, cloth id in purple and fine linneu and faiin sumptuously every day, and who are iu full-fellowship with our Judges and other d'gnitaries Nay, soma of these ilisci ennts are the chosen champions ofRepubl caaisuiauJ thefpecial lamr its of Grant, the Useless. Small thiev. g are seut to i' Penitentiary; but the "big ones" who "aro iu the same business," not ou y escape pun ishment, buc are rewarded with lat offices and higher honors. 0, forthc speedy coding of thoe days wheu 'es tates, degrees, and uSoers, shall not be i;derivd cocruptly;'' when the "clear honor" of public service shall be "purchased by the merit of the wearer." .. When such h ippy times shall ceae, as come they must, sooner or later, theTa will be a proper retk oniog,.Er,d corrupt iu lijei who shield the guilty, as well as the culprits. them selves, shall no locker "go unwhippei of justice." ,' IIow- many thea shajl cover' their unworthy heads who now "staud bear!" "How many then" shall "be commanded" who now uiter their rude and insolent commands ! A Cheering Sign. It is stated that ueaily every wealthy Republican :a New York C;ty who subscribed liberally, four years ago, for the election qf Grant is now ops posed to bim, and that they will ao their utmost to carry against him the Statea.pt New York aod Pennsylvania. We trust this report is well founded, nd that the bad, stupid man, who has well.-nigh ruined, beyond recovery, tbe country, will be driven ia disgrace from office. An Echo. The great New York meeting has stirred the nation. Its blast against the corrupt abus of government pat ronage has mude Grant stop smoking and driukiug long enough to Usue a Proclamatiou aproviu of the Civil Service Reform. He actually begins to talk a .out abolishing the b ack mail heretofore levied upon Govern ment employees to heir carry the State electious ; and, tell it not in Gat!:, preach it not in the streets oi Askalon, tor. verily it will not be believed, Jie baa, the temerity and uubluhing ei Iroatery to talk about honet(y and rffiatucy in office, and to declare thai theie qualifications wiil determine the tenure of office. Well 1 Well ! that wiil do. The Cloven Foot." "The Deuneratic party obtained control of Weat Virginia in 1870. In etrict accoidance with the programme us laid down by the Klan. the Deuo crats eet to work to cad a Convention for the purpose oi fiaming a new Con stitution. Convention carried and a majority of Democrats were elected tc u. Ihe delegates assembled- Alter n long sitsion. a new Coustituiiou was framed. Aaide from that instrument a naked preposition is submitted to the people of West Virg. ma, whether oc groes shall be permitted to hold office The fist of this proposition is, to eua ble the Democrats to fay by popular vo-e, that negroes shul! not holdnffice. though they taay be fairly elected there to by a majority of the legal voters. Y est Virginia .Democrats are as tin cere in their professions of love for the i-eyr-i an Nrrrth Catolina Di'mocrit", nod cicr vrt. No more mo less. The i 1 -veil F-hit appaient ia West Virginia Kvtluyh Ata. Here i another "cloven foot" ex posed bv the New York Herald, of April 18th. Gra.it Radical papers Speaking of the late Radical Conveu at Raleigh it says: NO NEGRO CANDIDATES FOB OFFICE. There was no det.ero.ined or well concerted effort of the Begroee to have one f (heir- race noraioarrd on -J he State ticket, as the iiuio!iats, fondly anticipated; This was agreed npoi4y ihem at a caucus "on "Tuesday night - ptior to the riicetteg of the Onweition. Thflf..o2roes in thip State" have more noliiie-l sagacity than they are gene rally credited with, aod whiTe thev have V voting popnlatloo of 75.000 they tvipeiy concluded not to press their c!ainis for a -position among the State officials iu the iarere.st ol the party. Had they in Uted on that the jrreafest dissatiaiaction would have been .rodeced and the white Republicans of the 'West would have Icen drivm to the Democratic rtinks " This mint be very cheering -to the negroes who furnish at least 70 OUO out of less than 90.000 Republican votes polled. The Demoeratie or Con servative party is uoder w obKgation-i to the the negro it has ort'er received the support of-the negro, while in North Carolina at least three fourths of the Republican party is composed of color, ed t otfirp. who have been the mail stay aod strength of theiarty have put it in poiveT and is ts only hftpe of fcefp ing in power, and to be thiw summarily kicked to one cid and tid ta stand back in the scramble far office, thit if a colored man ia nominated for a Slate office the white Republicans will not vote for him but will go to the Demo cratic party. This is ingratitude Which picture show the ugliest. "Cloveo foot " - Wrstrrn Sentinel. Decrease of Negroes in West Vir ginia. In the whole State of West Virg:nia the uegro population amounts to but eighteen thousand about one-third of the number ol black before the war While this class is diminishing iu all tbe Southern border States because of the ccargrition to the cotton regions, so very gieat a decrease in West Vir t;iui i must be due to some special rcas i'U. UejTfcsuiLe ihat, as i?i Kentucky and Virginia, niriny artt-drawr, .iff by the superiur inueeaitsits off.-red by the States fi.rtlier Snui.il, ta which n- r'tr-P recuhe' hither wa?3 fcrr their inbor. win's their climate id fir bore cooiienial tj the negro constitution, and at the same time dear woo'en clothing cau bf to a great extent dis pensed with.aiid fuel is hardly required at all. We haee no d iuht; however, that the principal caue of the decrease is to be found in the fact that there are no tare towns in that Stare. The African rai'e throngs to the cities, aud in alt West Virginia there is but ooe o! these, namely : Wheeling, aud that not a lare oie, and simateJ iu the northwestern corner. It is prnbable thtretiire that a very lame proportion of the bc-k- of West Viriuia are Ik be f'Uud m t! e cuies ol Virgiuia aud iu Baltimore. ' Sumner and the Radicals- Tiie Liberal lej uh 'xmhu nrv en.ent appears to gain strength day by day. fhe Aduiimstratii.n wing of the Re puhlicau party continue to affect a sneer at it a t'ne ofF-ipnPii of disappoin te.l ofSiTC-ieekers, but their a'artn is maniftst in the in dst of their sneers. Thi is wull illustrated by the action of the New Orleans Convention of col ored R.'idicn-ls froru a!iuo-t every State in the Uuioi', it the resolutions adopt ed by them, laudatory of Charles Sum nor. an I in which they attempt t entice him back- into the bosom of the Grant ffice-holdurs. Sun-nt-r ha- not yet declared his entire affiliation with the Liberal wing, bnt he has asserted, n ost positively, that he-will not, uu dT any cireunistaiice.vnupport. Grant's i enonjiniittoo. Tw or three curious things yet remiit- to be eeu ; whether Sumner wtl go back oo his own deela ration, or whether, in the event of his iriving n. his lull adherenee tottn? Lib eral aovetiient. the -ukra-Radieab will attempt to nai hins out ol their r -nks he who has always so boastfii'ly beo paraded as the father of the Repub i can party in the United State The Liberal Republicans met in' Omveti tion at Cincinna'i yesterday, and these prohietusi- unknowa to, and sur passing, Euclid, may be solved there. ; Good News. It will be seen troni our telegraphic disp itches, that a bill ha p-ised th i House of Reprpiitarives, -Temovmg the disab lines' of ILn. Siou II. Rogers, our member eleot to Coui-ress. , This is indeed cheeri-og news.' "We trust it may be in our power during 'he present week io chronicle the fact 'ha. the Senate ha's chtjcurred tn the b ll, io that .!. Roiiera may get the seat to which he is s justly entit led, and from -whit-h-he ha been so wron'Mullv L ueia:iipa unny ifjcs. Abbott and Ransom. 1 ' The public press, both North- and South, is denouncing the impudence ol Abbott in asserting his claim to' a sat in the Senate of the United States, for which he only received about o"e.third of the number of votes oa.t. Iu his speech beiore the Radi cal Convention in this city, Abbot-returned his thanks for the endorsement of his chiims by the ''Republicans of North Carolina," aud stated that when he''carriel to Washington City the tiding that he was sustained -by his political friends in - North Carolina, he -had' no doubt that the Senate ol tbe Unite i States would at once admit him to his seat in that body.' At thU announcement- there was tremendou applause-by thfr delegates. Spoakinn of the Abhott Ransom case. he-Washington l atriot savr: 'There is nothing tiew whatever about Abbott's case? It was a naked and welNuuderstood fraud at the very neginning s-iy on the 4th ef March. 1871 when, after having received only one third of the votes eist by the Legislature, he had the assurance to present himself at the bar of '-the Senate, aud cla-m, like thi spcrious Tichbcrne, to be the rightful heir to this hiHi trust. It wan quite easy to have adjudicated his ease iu a week filter the "Senate then met, even if business was delayed. That body Eat lor months, and had pleoty of leisure ia the spring ef 1871 to act n a que tion bich was indisputable of the Itiphept privileje.ii Yt-t they permit td all thnt session to pass without ictton. and they" have , allowed nearly five mootlis of this Fessiou to pass without according representation to North Carolina. This business of dishon estly denying a Seal to a Demoeratie -SWte.Wl rkiHtfntr tlp a pretext for frauduletitfv appropriating it to aa im pudent partiura cf their3'aeti6a, Istut a part of a general system of morality of which the country is weary, and deserves, as it has received, almost universal condemnation. It is,""how ever, cause fr oograt ulation that tbe Oid "North State has had justice done her at last, and that the gentleman now admitted to his seat, who has borne himself so wf 11 during this unnecessary ordeal of ; admission, . Iriugs to th e duties of his new position those ele ments 'of substantial - worth, high charuoter, and commanding abilities that-wil en;b' him to represeot bia State, to Ichg debarred lroni her just rights, worthily and "well, and also to discharge in a fi'ting aud acceptable mariner ail the responsible duties ihat may devolve upon him as a Senator ol the Uuited States. . A little incidentals recorded. wit a I few pertinent comment by the Peters- I bu'g livltx, "whteh' hows how much the South is neglecting the opportunist ties for improvement thathe ri.ht at her doors. A purchaser from the North shipped from the vicini'y of the South. side Railroad twenty ear loads of hick ; cry wood to Newark-, Newfetacy, to be maiiulactured' iuto axe heives,' lelloen. spokes.and other articles ot.'tmit kind. Within a srroit- tifno these helves, spokes aud feilo s may ceme back to be "told in the very country where the trees origrnally grew, but where the people themselve were not able In convert them to the profitable uses of commerce. Does nt the same tiii. g happen with the cotton crop, out ol which the Northern manufacturer, protected by a lngi tariff, actually makes oiorj profit than the Southern producer? There are - many other sources cf income lying . neglected mere fcr want of money rn the . 'Sen? h t han Want cf coterpiise fc Thepecp e. Emigration and capital niti-t seek a ft -utbern direct iou aud ine.tme'it beiore thid state ot afjairscao be chang ed. Th puerile efforts of Grsnt and his advipra to break nn the eryin evil of Mnrmnnism having sn fignal ly fa'led. B iiham Youni trok oea pion n Fu'ndav last to hold a jnhi'a tion in Salt . Lake , City IUr saint ship, in all th eirhlane of injurpd piety. blcced himself and hi " follrtw ers; rej'c'rig in th ir release Vom the aret of the mn icriisfs. and in the true spirit of fanaticism, cursed h'i pprfCiitors. TT is "glad, h iy. tat h has not t h 4 power of Go I" to sn.i'e the-n hip and thigh, a in rltl times, and to utterly .'strny them" ' Rut he prapope'o pnnih tlni ntprthjj- in approved leal n?nT thronsjh the conr'i. After tliis tir.de fhe vrnera We Rrih'ntn reiireff, to his mnltjin. d:nniR I ouselmid. ond polygamy ret pon its rrtumph. Iho whole aft or iniplv ges to prove thnt if. there can be anything more 'i'iriinirn "ban the foreign policy of our present Executive it is to he found in his management of the Mormon trouble. Mr. Robert Conner is either very shrewd or very lucky in his pur chase ' of horses The name nf Dexter is probably as well known as tht of the I resid-ut of tbe U"ited Sfa'es. Rec ntly. Startle, a young colt from Iionne's st ble at Fleetwood Park, trotted a quarter of a mile in thirty seconds, or at the rate of a mile in two tuinuie and fourteen seeonds. Mr Rotmer paid twenty thousand dollar for the colt, and after this feat was im mediately offered, by its original owner. thirty-Eve thousand d liars for it. -- :o: The Secretary War admits that the Quartermaster's Bureau ha ex pended since 18G5. $105 000,000 in excess of appropriations, part of which was obtained by the seciet sales ot government ptopetty. Will the offii-e holding editors, who are blowing so loudly over Grant's economy send us a lew notes-on the .subject, . ,- :o , ,. Rut a few days siace quite a number if ngYo la'boring meii lelt Greensboro for C "nimbus, Ohifl.to which' destina tion they are "Carried for- fourteen dol lars per head, and where they are paid on? dollar per dy.to labpron the farm. Within the Pext- few 'days three hundred-more- negroes are to leave Guilford and the adjoining counties for Oio ; If ihia thing goes on at tbjs rate that'secttou of conn try ; will he without "men to till the soil. New Horth State. -:o- North Carolina Cedar. . In a day or two, says ihe Pittsburg Mail, the first cOni'igniiie'&t of trriee ot four cars of cedar will be received from the "eastern " pari of "forth Carolina, via the Raltimore and Ohio arid Pitts burg, Washington and Riltimire Rail roads. " Tltfflutsrber belongs to' a cooi piny formed in this city.' ahd -nclu ding a couple of merchants of Pl.ila delphfa. - -' 1 The region jfVom hfch'ttiie lumber is taken lies on the PJianoke river, and tlve tract., couiprises sixty to eighty acres.. The Toiibter will' be taken by vessels to RaltiuFore and thence by the rail road uueutloo -d to this city. nd the cedar and yellow pine is said to be the -fiuest to be had io the country. The former is taken from fTeee" three feet irT'dtameter, and Which are fre quent'.y as tall as eighty feet -before reaching a branch. .Well-Directed 3L.abor" Perhaps there ie uo nation in the wnHd,whicb;hssesR temptat1"?ns to.tl e sin of idleness ,haQ pur own. The incentives tov industry 4 at e to nuabeV"" ous" and powerful,' and the evihj'cf ; io action -so irarneoiately and "inevitably fall upon the droorjs of society that we need a tittle exhor tation jto a bufyjifat There is, however, "another 'dange from which we are ' not so exempt. aimlttmtti. There are ma ay, who, ia their eager haste to commi ace the voyage of life, hardly pue to co tder lor what pott thej are hound. Full of ardor and enthusiasm, brimming over with hope aod energy, with a vital fores and ability capable of producing grand results, they yet fail in effecting anj thing real sod permanent from the want of havlffe ft definite life- tmrprte before thetai !'s.Th youoipiliertt of restraiat, asdfijtvY.-to throw off control, cya'Te'JilrBrty at tb 'one-great thing to be desired, instead t'f regarding it as a means to high and i46ble ends. TV it nesting the exciting scenes of busy life, tbey hasten to "rush -into then without any very clear idea of f hat they expect to accomplish. ''Starting thai hufriedlj and aimlessly, they drift alone at the merer of circumstances, like a ship without a rudder.- 'Much of the crime and iiinerlng or the ' world may be traced t6TWea bigno " and con tinued -without a deSnite object. " The energy 'that would have accompluhed solid -gooi aad apread happiness all arou'nd,"if but drrebted to some special and honorable parscit has? been turned aside into impure channels, and Las poisoned the whole life end character. Vital energy always most find vent, and if not guided into paths of worthy exertion, will make for itself paths that lead to ro' The aimlMnes of life, so ruieous to the individual, and . to injurious to society, 'is greatly Owing "to a miatak - en vievv Of the subject of labor. People commonly look upon a zealous and faithful devotion to a life work simply as a means of procuring arid increasing temporal comfort. They see its imme diate anil taost -'palpable results,' and noti-Tng more. Thus, seme of the rich. 'btsanse' they feel oo sporofVrant to urge them oo, let one opportunity after another slip away 'unheeded, and drift into a desultory and aimless maturity; and many others, who earnestly loag to improve their temporal . condition rush into the labor that promises the largest remuneration, without any feerions consideration of their adapts bility to its requirements, of the effect iippn their ' characters. It is for this reason 4 bat 4n many who are .removed from ihe aecesei'Tonabonngor sup port, are-.livinp aimless arid .so far fro'tleas lives. Ills not that thers a"re uo fields of action open to them, but seeing in life's labor as object they do net crave (hey "have nr motive suffi ciently powerful to induce' them to devoia themselves to it. It is tnia imperfect and low estimate of the uses ) of labor, that serves to degrade it io the vitjwsof many. Rightly apprc Hate3.it would be esteemed honorable in all its frmsv arid every -one, in or woman, rich or poor, would be ashamed to live withott it. It is indeed a-means of scenring and inrceasing 'material benefits, but ft has far higher claims than this, and he who sees to H noth ing more his failed to discern half its siguificanee. The New Election Law. The main points in the new elec tion law are thus epitomized : 1st It provides for the election of ai or ate. ana owuoiy wflWo -(juapr-o and tupenor Court -lrks excepted, undtr-rthe decision of the Supreme Court in the Sheriff's cases) members of Congress and of the State Legisla ture. ' -- " ' 2nd The cotiritycommiiastoners ap point a registrar and four poll-holders, ttvo cf VhOm ' are to be of oppo eite politisB from the regiBtrat. ' ' 3rd Books of registration "are to be kept in 'eaoh- township 'from the 20th of July until the close of the day before the election. ' '' ' '' . 4 th Jfrf sgistration on election diy, except in 'cases 6T persons beoom ing of age on that' day. " '. f ; 1 r ' 5th Ballots to 1e deps:ied in four boxes : Ohe for State officers : one for county officers ; one for members of Congress ; and the last for members of the Legislature. r Oth The ballot is to be on white paper and without devioe. 7 th Oa the Sitnrday before the election the registrar and poll-hold-era are required" to meet with regis tration books, at tbe 'township places of voting, where any person is allow ed to challenge the right of any per son registered to vote, and appoint some day before election day to hear and decide such challenge.' " .. ? Sth Challenges are allowed on day of election. ' 1 9th Every voter Is required. to vote in his owtt towtuhip. -' 1 0 Hearvjr penalties are' afflicted upon any person, charged with a duty under thie act, for a violation thereof. Boston Politeness. 1 h ?re is in Boston a - Radical jour nal kaown as the Boston TrasiUf, which it characterized by the highest Radical authority namely of the New York Tribmt as "the leading Grant ip-iper in New England, and may fair ly be assumed to, represent the ave rage, wit and decency of its party." In oonimenting the other day upon this infamous Lowrey gang, the .Tra&ler used thd following language, which for ' unpardonable license, and for sccandalous violation of all the de cencies of journrliara is without par allel: 1 : ' ; . . "It is stated that there is' no truth ia the story that Lowrey1 had been laid low by death. Why don't Schurz and Trumbull go after Lowny ? They might not kill him, but then he might kill them, which would answer just as weik or even better." Well might 'the Tnbutu speak of these sentiments, in whatsoever tern pur of rbind'.they were uttered, wheth er gravQ.oT"gay, as dismally brutal: And . what is it that 'prompts such lauguage- - towards Senators 8churz and Trumbull T ' What ia it, but that they will not consent to be 'dragged through the pohtisal mire, "clinging to the skirts it pawwt"-. "Whit is it. but that.- their i self respect forbids their bein henchmen of the Admin istration ?-"- TThiy-aov'npt-; favorable to the re-elecbon. of President Grant, and for &is crime of freeiotn'of choice. the inalienable right 'of every-' man, they are Massed Vwitli 'outlaws;' 'and their lives" conif&ered not - of higher value tbantoe Ufa off branded and blood hirstr rillm Could narti- eanehip cfartber, or sink to greater degradation 'and ferocity '"We reite rate tho question Sfcilre 'IKkms -.. it not about time for :'th4 President to all. off-, hia hounds ?" rTalAtjw - Patriot. TheOctIiAWs Again. We learn thst iKe residence of Mr. Henry Mo Collum, near lied Ranks, Robeson County. was visited by S'ephen Lowrey, one of the outlaws, and ( resent leader of the gang, on Tuesday last. Mr McCollum wan at wotk in the field at the tinin and new nothing of the visit untH the1 outlaw :had left.- "He appro priated a. fine WJatj. bj?(orifeiagfo Mrs. MJand a gun -bel?nit-g:r"o" her'hus baid.!bnt' afterwards," ft The earnest solicitations of the lady, returned the watch. He carried off the t un, bnt molested nothing else. Wilmington Morning Star.' " Five Hundred Dollars in Gold. T e State Agricultural Society ol Georgia crffers the above premium to the ebupky exhibiting, at ti c . ensuing State Fir,f heliirgest and tndst mer -toridus" variety . of. products, inclndSng live stock and products tfr the farm and househ- Id. HElfADVERTISEH EVTs. AE. KICKS. D. D. S.. HAVING RE . turned to North Carolina- has located at K--ck j Mount nn! w.U risit t-e follow ing pW-ee, viz. . Offioe at Mxa. M. Pender'a. Tarhoro, Jlotidarjr after lt Snndav, Kocky Mount, Monday aier the 2nd Snnlav, and at Wilson, Monday alter the 4fi -'nnday, iu each saonth. - Address, A. E. RICKS, may-l lm. Kocky Mount, N. C. U. S. INTERVAL RLTEXCE. M.. f- . f t, Special Tax and Incomes Collector Offlae, 3d Diatncti Worth CaroHna. "- Goldsboro, April 18th, 1872. NOTICE IS MEREjiVl ;GI VEN to U :concrBedtha.t I kiMiwtir.ui from Thomas Powera, the tonnal Ligf of T. xea .pr ivri... feaia i.t embrasfes Kjx-eial Xaxt e and locomes. , IhcT will be due. uid at tbe tira aal puc.hviu -mentioned. If payment is dWyed beyond the expiration of that time, a penalty of 5 per cent., together witli 20 c nta for Notice, and 4 c-nta per mile for raveJ in aerviiig, nili be added. : lax ror (fcrteret county, at Beaufort, May 16th and 17th . . ' Taxaa for c raven county, at New-Berne. May lt tfelOto. i'i ' Taxes tor Duplin count, at Eenanarifle, May th, lth-and 11th. - 3 Taxea for Edgecombe county, at Tarboro, May Taxes for Greene county at Kinaton, May Iith and 15th. 3 Txe for Jonea county, at New-Berne, May Txe for Lenoir oountv, ti Kinaton. Mav Hh and loth. - X5 for Ocatow county, at Jackaonviao, Mav la to 10th. ' Taxes f.-r Pitt cotmty, at Greenville, May lattolCth. ... Taxea Xr Wayne oeonty, at Gsldabqra, May 6th, 7th c5 8tb. 3 Ts-v- fr Wilson coTmty. at WL'acn, May 10th aud lith. G50. P. PECt, toKector. S. Kreslowski HAS JUST RECEIVED A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF SPRING & SUMMER & di m s, Ready Made Clothing ron MEN', YOUTHS AND CHILDREN. "a large lot or .Boots and Shoes, Hats c3 Caps. OUR STUCK or Ladle's Dress Goods . . . : : i -r ...... is magnificent." Thy embrace all the shaea in silss.?' f ; . . , . JAPiPOPEINS, ! ' DOLLY VARDENS. STR.PED LfcNOX, r - -WORSTEDS, 4c i'r 5V"B-htT' full l!n of :-; Domestic Goods Io Percalip, Iqcsfp'Ic!. 'JackonWa. Swing and Check Muslim. C'licos ad Check. Our. fHJTE. Q00lS,de partment u chipltete and will he .sold low. JE harve a Sne.lotof Ladle's HATS AND BONNETS which we will ell .cheaper than any one else din.'-?- For .Bai:ait call at. S. KRESLeWSKl'S p.25-tf CI1KAP STORK F LOOK HERE.- - 500,000 CORNED HERRINGS ' y FOR SALE AT r JAMESVIIXE, N.-G. $3 00 PER THOUSAND, ap. 18-liu HARDY W. MIZELL 1872. 1872. SPRING. New (Koods. 'a New oods. M. WEDDELL' Eu now ia ttore fall mpply of . SPRING AND SUMMER Embracing mefTtbaagsnallT found In a first clasi establishment. Hari.g bongbt exclna ively for caaU he ia enabtoa to tell at very low pnoea. CALLSEET IlND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES M. WEDDELL. - TAEBOEO, ipifl lltb,28T8 . : Im. ISEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Martin Connty. Justice's Cenrt. BEFORE W. W. WATTS, J. P. MAM D. WILLIAMS', PltfiV ) r. Attachment E. G. TRICE, Defendant. ) I' . EY.IKX) ON LAND. , DEBT 1 r93 92. - Interest from lat Jury. 1S6, to AnriT6th, 1S73. AprU 18-41 GO UPWARDS OF 50 "1st FJIESIIUMS V ! 't - COLD AND SILVER MEDALS Wers. Awarded to CHARLfiS M. STIEFF fir the beat PIANOS. n compet tiou with tbe Jtadin" Manul'acturera in iou country. ve workroom's: No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Ualtimore Mil. rni.l E STfEFF'S ' PIANOS ,CON- -L: tain all tho latent- improvement to b (und in a irxt clKa Piaiu, nitli aitduiou al iniprovemcntA' of l.juh invention, not to I Ion ac! in ' oilier ' insfrnnieiits. Tlie tftt-.'lKncli aiiii Jfsnrsh bftlirir inli-niiienti cannot be eau-elled.by, uny inanntactured. A larae aswrlmeni of Second - Hand Piaiio-tl,ayH "on lian. fiaih. ..$75.1"' $3U')- Pai lor and Church Orpan!,t'.',,nie"io dif ferent styles ou hand lroia ,sd . up wards. - U Snd for IlIrfHtmTed Catalopre-, ct1Tlnin inp naniea ol'over 120Q Soiitlrner.(500 o' which ere Viri-iian!1200 'Norti. Cam i.. iana, LpO ,E. TenufAetMi-'and .;ntiir thronjtlint il e Simh.) wlu have boiijrlit the StieT Piano Mince t He closet' til lie war. - - I C:; C. LANIER, Agent, TAB BORO, N. G. April 18. lv. A X. N U A L M E E T I N (J. The 19th Annnal Meeting of the MEDI CAL SOCIETY, ot the btate of Nor: h ttr- dinn, will be hld in Newberne, on Thurs day i be ICth of Mny neat, at 12 M. Ne Board of Medical Examiners will he elected at this meeting JAMES Mi'KEE. M. D, ap.23-2t Sec. Med. Soc. Mate of N. C. CHEAP ADVERTISING, - ... .... , y Advci-tisemenfs ticenpyiwar "Ve rsca of space will .e inserted ia XswepAPXiiB, including 2..DAliiEi,ia . ? ,v SOUTHERN . STATES, covering thoroughly the St&tea of Maryland. D lawme, Virgiuia, West Vh-ginia. North Ca rohoa, .vouth C'aroliaa, (jtMrfia, Alabama, Miaoiasippi,. iouisiana Arkausos, Tenaesso , Kentucky and JJitiaouri. . One Moirtli for 148. . i -' , More Papers, More Dailies, Larger Circulation. Lower Price, than any othei Liit Special rates given f r moro or leu's space than one iueh. and fr a longer period than one month. Equally favorible quot tion made for any sm-lu tate. Ccpiea i f LiBtu, Cirenlara, Estimates, aud full infor mation furniKhed n applica i n. ;KO. P. KdW ELL & t ., Neirspaper Advertising Agents, 41 Park How. New What Is thia Grand Specific for dys pepsia? this LnbbUtie, sparkling, coo ing, pu rifying renlataipr drauglit they cll Tab rant's Fs-vrttVfcscEST KLTZEB AfFHIFNT ? Well, it ig simply the Chemical fac simile of the .Seltzer ISp.ing Wat r, which for 10 years lias oeen accouniea me nnesi Laiuamc uuu Alterativo in all Europe. SOLI) BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. Z. KINO. JAS.A. KIX.1. MANUFACTURERS OF Z. KING'S PATENT Office, cor. St. CI.air & Wason Sis., CLEVELAND, O. COMMUNICATIONS 8L1CITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENUKU TO Cheap Farms! Free Homesl O THE LINK OF THE , -, UNION PACIPC SAX S0AD. A LAKD OB.Vjrr .OF 12,000,000 ACRES IN THE Best Farming and Mjn j-al Land rn America. -.3,000,000, Acrts iu Nfbraska . IN THE GREAT. PhtliU VALLEY, i THE . Garden of tho West. . NOW HK SALE: These lands are in tho central portion of the United 8iatea;ntho-'4iB riegpe f Nth Latitude, the central hue of the grta Tt-BW. rata"Zoae of the America j Continent, and fr griiii' growing and stock l siting unsurpaiwd by auv in the -Uuited vStatcs. ' CH'-Ai'KK W PK1CE, more favorable terms given, and m-re-pi)Tenient to uiarket th,n,C4u.be.touud elsewhere. ' FHEE IIOMFSTEAQS FOR ACTUAL SETTlEnS. THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES. 8oiaiers entit ed io a Homestead f 160 Acres. Free Passes to Purcbamebs ok Land., Bend for 'tbe' new Descriptive Pamphlet, with new maps; published iu English, Ger man. Swedish and Danish, mailod tre every where. Address. t). F. DAV1K. Land Couimiaalonera, U. P. K. It. Co., Omaha, Ntb. Extraordinary ImproTemcnts Z CABINET ORGANS. The Maso A Pamlik Oeow Co. respectjTally annouuee tbe introduction of improvements ot much more than ordinarr interest, 'these are KEKD AND F1PK CABINET OKGANS. b. ingr the '- nl?H aaocefai - ernnbiu tion of HbAXi PlP&b wkh reeda over made; AY'S- TKANSPOSING KEY-BOARD, which can be-instantly moved to (bo right or left, cbangin? the, pitch, or .transposing the ke . " For drawings and dCscriptiBus,- se Cir cular. NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES. OF DOUBLE REED CABINET OKGAN8, at $140, f 132 ai d f 125 each Considering Ca rs;citr, Eleganco. and Thorough Excellence of Woramarisfiip, these -are ehvperthaa any before offered. The Mason A Hajtlis Organs are acknowl edged BlbST, and from stttaordinary facilities for manufacture thia Company . an afford, and noW tirdei take -tb sill it prioes i which render thum, TIOS ABLY, CHEAPEST. Four Octave Organs 1D0 each; Five Octave 0gasi9C&l-t& and upwards. With three sots reeds $150 and upwards. Forty styles up to $1,500. sch, . New. Illustrated Catal gne, snd Teitiraenial Circular, with opinions of MOKE 1 HAN ONS THOUSAND MUSICIANS, sent free. aiSO.T k BtSUX ORG 1 3 CO., H Ttvai-t B.BffsWB. S? Broedwsj, 5T.Y EW AliVEUTiSEMxfJ FASSIXG'S PATENT KID-FlTTlVc SKELETON C0RET. Itecommended byle, j ShooKl'beT pwUoularlv 6 men led for . wear and ateaahhonh'" to )1 geM ,ul) ,.J vear. For ..,ie L th ; fir.t-clM dealers i " WarceM r Mn r. SoIeManuf.eWe'' TIE - AM CHEMICAL Pffll IS TJIi; li t.ST ia the world. Beamilnl Wljite Buffs r,i Erench Gttty or ny i-cr color, sold'-w J ready for ue.n Any one cn ap,,iv it .1 the id vt a profeawonal painter, it i v ,l aomer, cpata.Jcsa'aad ear lonBf.r 1h-V, . other paint Sample card., prr.-ei, ail,r cofnmenda from ownetsof the tlneit r.'. T 0' ces in the Ct-uatry, furnished free bv tht"'."" y., or Ciiaveland, Ohio. ' ' ' ' " RED BUST PROOF OATH 2 a Bi, , Orchard Gras I t 60 a bn.hef S1' cent postage stanic and my compete p ' l.ist? .11 kinds of G' ass Seeds ! U !''a Garuen Seeds.-Flower and Tree 8,, ' T;1 cultural 'Implera nts, Maehirerv. Chemfcals, Ive Ntock, Ac, will be for. , J "i yj. J-hflw Priced Li8.s contam n IV aW-n.&rhv.tioii aa to tim- and ou ,, , " P. O.W 23 Atlant;, g! "" V"s . Kew I.oudoa, Conn.. "MianfifiuiPi.Hiitt),i. .'Brown Q h ln See l, 1,1 oilers. Muchi-.evv-.a d ' ,.. II I- : Uinil(T.tlll!4li1 ,.t ii ....: 1 t. Rotary Si-am iTwglftlleheHt an-L-l S'eai.i lAsiw4fiiplanta..i.;l.irp1.Kp," C-Uon e n fiinkc-s und rvphiivrs iur:,i l ei with all kiiiiis of niateri-.iU. Smw p ,s Pullie-, li.xo!, etc., t.f an? p:i-t.'ni' "u, order at K'.ort ii"tiee. Have dad l-nii v peneiiee in tlie lysines, arul c'iar-,M,v "aM-Kacilvm in every par ir-i ,ir solicit' d. Address an above. 0; Portable Soda Fountains . $45, $50, $75 and $100. GOQD, LURAPLE AND C 2i.F! Shipped Ready for Use! '" ." , MANfFACTLHt D BV J. W. CUAPMAX & f 0, Malison, ind ICPSEXD FOP. CIRCULAR.- i t- . ., o-pase, 11 t ly. reiigmns, family paper, f u 1 of iuci len-s providences, music, poetry, true st'iri ir yonnr, old, gamts and sinners Vo -,'; r -j.. ism, cotitroversy.-politics, puffs, p lis or V' tent medicines 00c. tea!:! 20 c.jiiix'O' Send inc. f.-r 3 pap.rs hefore wr KuW.rr' 1. TT.E1HHISTIAN, 8c0p0$l. H L. H.YST- iraci nqosilory, 11 Liwiull ?f lies FREETO BOOK AGENTS e will Rond a Tiandscmo rrospeetus of er.r -A'e?r IUuntroted -'amity Iiinc, containing or.t 450 fine Scripture il nstra-in.is, to anv J!,v ); ARent, free of chnrce .tddresH Nvtl-nm. Pr bush inc. Co., T'hi.'adt-lj-liia, Pa., Atlvnu, Ga., or St. Louis, 3Io. flosnrrn arl thrilhnff am! st.irtln g. Agents are t.iuinr from 10 to 20 ord r a day. Iiw tho lrt si-ilinp; look published. AVrsTtu.v Prat,!SHiNo Co., Cincinnati, O. and all whp eotitomplate Pnii.lirf, prppl'e! with our new illustrated Catalogue ou teceipt ofstimp CM- A. J. T5'ccr.r.r, Co., Architectural J!$ IJook PuVrs. 27 Warren St.. N Y. TlIflETSE SrffESS. 1ETS tr.iTTF.P. male or feinslv, in ert-ry county in 'lie t'r.it ed States and Canada, tn sell mir new ., most nefHl Patei't; from rme to- g-x lined in every-fmnilr. IM per cent, giwrantccr'. t-ot amples and trms, incIoHP 10c. and Dddres FERGCSON i CO., C15 Eiver st., Troy, .. Y. AGENTS WANTFP Agents me imo'e moie at work i- than at anvt'iin? elie, Bn-iines lieht nd iwt. mar.e 't. Partu ndars free. r ctisoN C-., line Art Pabii-ihers, Portland, Me. TT Q P'ANO CO., N. Y. tsJela U f290. No A-euto. Names ol paM'unM in 40 States in Circular. WADP ETYK'N & CTS GREAT H'fR PILL Contains n Calomel, bnt May-Apple, or To d phil m, ;n-tea which is now t-o universally nsea ror the Liver. Pio aoctor can or will piv yon a better pnscirtin than "Evervliody's fin," for Sick Headache, ' onstipat'on. I'vs pepsia, .Tanndice. Fever, and all aTecuons the result of an ii.sctive liver. Sncar-coau-d and two-dozen in a botile. We warrant thorn, and will return the money to any one not satisfied. Dru. jgists and merchants keep them. REWARD For any cnae of Fllind Bleeding, Itching or tri cerated Piles that De Nino's I h e IIemddt fails to cure. It is pre pared expressly to euro the P.les. anil nothing else, bold by all Drug gists. Price;, ft (K). . GREAT MEDICAL BOOK of useful knowl "edtre to all. Sent free for two stamps. Ad dress Dr. Bosavabte & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. -w i u . xr.n.4; Ttrr. I killF K.-EPEB and Indicator Indis I ' wfc Deniable to everv travnller. trader. ijoT. farmer, and for EViiliYIiOOS f I SL in need of a re'iable tirat-kivT.er I nua.1 watch siz. steel works, glass crystal in neat OWOIDE cat -, warranted to d noti cor rect time for two yeara. Nothfa'g'like it. 1,W)0 sold weekly. .Thia tamable arti le. in neat case, will lie rent, prbpid. anywhere, for tl for $2.' Trv one. Circnlarr free. Older only from the" Sola Agents, F. KiKO & CO., Brattleboro, Yt. C II. DOUGHTY. The well-known Poot and Shoemaker of TAR30R0. His Shop U the place to get Boot Vov CoinVort. Lasts Fitted Up and Resened tor E?ery CustcmT. The FashloniWeian have wtiat they wnt iu THE .BEST STYLE. GOOD WOHK31ASini' - ts" ' ' AND , BEAUTIFUL f IIS. GUARANTEED twra nil m I I