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A Medium for Buaiueea Cotmnunlcatlcn ADVERTISING KATBS. The J arljoro' Southerner & tti & gailt jcflfttt Tamils gourimt TO. EIG&S, Editor and Proprietor. H .1 II' . I t il A - fa.- K ail fi 8? I ", i; Vnrth Carolina, and as larger rtf .ik- Country and ?he orn ot Edgecombe CoBnty,it. oOBdc.. . ..M atr ve to direct it in tne, iVrrt of rVno pain t make il tit representative ;yie section from which it emenate. The -itbscription price is "Three Dollars a vear Two Dollars tor Six Months. aad waft e pa'l invariably it. aovanCk. Money.may a all tases be sentby mail, at the risk of the , PBOI1E5SIO!S AlJ f i . ' DK: L; T. FUQUA, "nff.-'onrjoeite the Court Houso, Tarbbro i Having disConfcnuediuy visit to Weldon I shall confin myself o this fcUce where I may be found prepared to render profes rionat services Wall its branches i Office hours, 9 a-m. to 1 p.m., and 2 to 5 'elok p.m. Jan. 44f. Sam.. T. Williams Battle boro, N.C oky Mount, N.C BUNK & WILLIAMS; j Attorneys at lw.' ElSckf lioiint, Batlbora and ?iSLSsiy mw., OffirHj t Rockv Mtue at all time ?it Battreboro n Fridays ami ,aturdys, aid mX Nashville Mondays. Busrrress tetters should be addressed to tlte firm at Uocky Mount. . CIRCUIT: Nash, Edgecombe, Halifax ...1 f,K collected in any Part i J 1 " - - JSorth Carolina. . IC7Fractloe in t Supreme and d. erilCo". Jau. 4, 1878. CLARK & MULLEN, Attorney s ai L.aw, HALIFAX. N. G. Practice in all the Courts of Haii rax, Sort h rracuce " " , Mrtiu Counties. Io "P5T MH7h Cvroim. ami the ES. " Vto- W in ay S&F -jU atie-d at Office '4 4 VOHJIVfB XLYIII; I. X OUT HERN PRINCIPLES."--Jefferson Davis. TARBOKO', EPGECOMBEf0UNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1872. NUMBER 46. ' 'K.lofeR BIGSS & CO., CJOTTOISE FACTORS ' ? i $ I Aip I . Genertl CoaunlMloijiilg, ' NOKFOLkI VIRGINIA.. i SPECIAL, AND, TA1THFUJ AT tention to sale of Cotton and all other kinds of Product, and prompt returns made. Our long experience io business giro us superior' adTantage ia raajdag aalcait,lhe highest market prices. r O-CoUob Forwarded to.Oerp00tj5flf ,"of commistnona. Jj. i Libena adTancestaad osiprodace-m band. TAILOR, MAKTIlf CO, p . DEALERS IN Hardware, Ciitlerv, BAR IRON AND STEEL, WAGON MATERIAL, BELTlNCf "AND PACKING, House Furnishing Goods, &c. Ciroular Front, corner of Main street and Market Square, Norfolk, Va. , Nails at Factory Prices, Trace Chains Weed, Hilling and Grub Hoes, Horse Col lars and Hames, Axes, Saws, &c, &c- The trade supplied at Northern Prices 36-tf Scotland Keck on SaWayof every woe. march 7-1 year. SWIFT GALLOWAY, Attorney at 3Law, 3 no JO: ill, GENERAL Commission Nlrechants No. 142 Pearl street, NEWY01Uv. KTMAXS & DASCY, flgSEKAL C03IiSI0fl MftCHASj'S N0fl WlDB5VTKT5TKKET,t 3 " " (Bear of Custom House, , " - , w NORFOLK5. VA. T2-1V UiJil'er II. L. Sl'ATOXj Jr., AND TA.lIliOliO. N. C. OFKIt-'E ox PITT STREET, Nearly opiUe the Howard Hotel. f EST ABii S II JvD 16-i7ft TARBORO. -NOW IS-JHE 'r t ii -i- bpFing JbrOpas, Aaayiwin -Jt W C the b.OMAjrOS eopettli with r to ITCRCmBARjthiOf eOTtsOnoffde Laaies' uressMOoasjc GENT'S. -. FURNISHirlGlOODS Boots ancTShpeF, &c., &c. A Large Selection of School Books, la fact, everything you want. Call im mediately and examine for yourselves. April 4-tf. ' - " g: 9 V. Liberty 8tre, hj5fff . Bd. A10S CON t L tain aM tha latest tmprovementa to be lonnd in ftfirst class Ftauo, witaaiuon k imnrovlmenta of bit own laveutloB. not 3 19 be found, ta otbr rnstrtmets 4W trine, toncft and Bnrflh or thetf vsnrumeuts cannot be excelled by any rasnBipctnrca GINS And other Property. Insur ed on favorable terms, M. WEDDELL, Agent. Sept. 19-tf. TASBOKO, N. 0. A Warumg. I AOYESlTISIEMlEISTS. The Tarboro Southerner. i " , -1 1 z. Ththdaj, - October 31, 1872. The Desire for Amnesty True and False Issues In seTeral of tad Southern States, th Uaioaikts, after the Couiederate iorfejB bad teen expelled therefrom, framed 'State Caustitutioos in which node bat firt tried Uaiootsts were al lowed to tote. These believed ft tin are, while the Union was still in pert il, to accord political rights to Rebels. Missouri adopted each a constitution alter' the war was oyer, but the vote showed that Proscription was forced that if eabmttted by itself it would ht been rejected. Five years later on v distinct sabmiHSion, Proscription was Voted down by an overwhelmiog fflijoriiy, ' aud every cititen has since enjoyed the Right" of Suffrage. Yet Missouri bad seen iutnily arrayed Pianos alwava on hand, from $26 19 1300 Parlor and Cbsrcb Organs! aome tO dif ferent styles on hand fromf 50 and up wards. Send tor Illustrated CataldffHe, contain. ing names of over 1200 Soutberners500 ot which are Virginians, ZOO Nortb Uaroiic ians. 150 E. Tenneseeans, and others throughout the South,) who have bought the Stieff riano since the close of me war. C. C. LANIER, Agent, TARBORO, N. C. April 18. F. GBKKKWOOD. C. F. fbkd. cnF.rswunn. BH0., tf. KOElFOL.lv. GREAT ATTRACTION I Hatches, Jewelry, Silver PLATED WAR GRG!'A00!i UKAl.Kltrt IN Diamonds Fine atchw.' Js-crelry Silver-Ward. Clocks, EXGAG3IE?iT& TL'SIISC KINGS No. 47 HERKttY FOrjilD ALL PERSONS lnuitiii ' with doer or cun on my pltinta lion, illume lhat buat on w will be dealt vntii iVv'.''d"i'K to law. i t ' MES. JANE F. SAYAGE. Sej.t. 1-lt U4LTIMORE!. A large assortment of Second., Hand j against family, neighbor against neigh bor. brother asaiust brother, in the recent blooJy strangle, and dark deeds perpetrated at which Humanity might well shudder. Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia severally relieved themselves ot the fettcre of Proscription aud Disfran chisement in which they had bonud themselves, leaving Arkansas tl e only State in which many thousands ot Cit izens not disfranchised by Congress are denied political rights beciuse of their former disloyalty. Arkausas Trould gladly enfranchise all her pco pie were the question put to a popular vote. Jiut the portion wnicn is aere trying to re-alect Ccneral Grant alone clings to a Bwoeping Disfraochisemeut as its last hoD6 to retain power. If the whole people of this oouutry were to vote next month on the qu stiou directly presented '-Shall Amnesty be unif erBtd and complete?" an im mense majority would vote x es. Aua vet that is the foremost issue which this election is to decide. The Cin cinnati'! Baltimore platform demand Uoiversal Amnesty ; the Philadelphia platfona: tacitly resists it. Had those delegates who met tore-nominate Gen eral Grant decided to unite in the re quirement vf Universal Amnesty, very long stride would have oecu niaue toward National Reeonoiliation. How then, do those who resist Beware of Counterfeits ! inn m ncrc sir james ct.ark.e'3 dUDIIIUOI.a FBHALB flLW mm MtMuiiuia nocTBrITD. Dufunejt Drur- rittm endeavor to otil the counterfeit! to make greater profile. Tlu genuine have the name qf Jam Sttoaes oneaeh package. AU other ore leorfhlt Imitation. Tb eaiDiaa PiUa ara nnfiiiling in tbs core of aU . I ;.r,.l mnA Amiitartnm dlAAUUI. tO WlUCa CA. fcmlaoontitution ia .ubjeet. TUef modmta i all enwausa a&4 41 obstruction!, PCH KWf tbfT in Mrticularlj niwi. TUey uTU a abac fultothe eoartUution. Ia all cyoi cf ?rou nt n i l a r. .1 ! In. In thm HmK Uld LUDDL Fuiirae on ellgnt nemon, jriuiikni4 v Tr3 Ivatitriea Uld WD1CM. imi win u;v n will .tiwt a ear. ca, circular, wooui .11 . v. . ... . -urn fhlTp each paefcure slva fall dtrwotion. and iuItIc. or will fcTaeat fia. V all WiUs. bi Mle irorn orwerr-nuu. MnV- H. B.-Iu all cea wbera th. 0Mrta eanacO obtainfld. One Dollar elwto tfee Sol yroprljaj tor, JOB MOSES, 18 OwtbBJt Bt, Mr Jorjt . wi4 tnnra a bottle of the genuine, contatnins : lft Pill, by retnra mail, notrel fcaiU Um an toowladita of 1U eontenta. , RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. unnvv.i - u. laniNn la. RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND 1872. STRAW GOODS, 1872. them. Thousand. haT' bad before dee; cfcaM. A a Main Strkt.t, NOniMLK VA. S-Snecial attention given to the repairs inf? of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ICTHair Jewelry niaue io oruer t! 14 AL0 Fine 19-Iy at J. M. Freeman k Son, Old Establishsd Store of 18SI, No. 29, Corner Main and Talbot Sts., NORFOLK, VA. The Subscriber respectfully e.!Ls the fttteutioB ol'tho pardiaoiu mm unit) and visitor generally, to his stock, ol ijoods, consisting of Fine Gold Ituntius; Ca?I.eTers, 4 Eurajwu act Aiuehcau iinihe,f.)r''i-nt!cmoa ALad'.c. Hyatias Silver JjOVura, of A;m-riea.;i a ad Swiss i.jaku. Gold Leotitine an l Chatelaine Chain and ro CarbuiK-Ie, Garnet, Knliy JVnrl, a:iJ all Gol.l Kr ltinga aaidJtius iu Bott. - - , Diauiotid Kiuga ient's 8tal Bin;;, an cT'inia ite asaortmisnt -18 Karat I'laiii Cold liins suitable f.ir Enp'm'nt Rno w " din" "J1 flaruet Eaby and Paxl Euiga idic Gold Pius in every variety. (Jold SlaeTe and Bosom Buttons of every style, lee Pitchers, Cantors, and a Renoral assort ment of FINE PLATED WAUE. wi.i. ojui,wrfn-4nt iif, Goods usually kept in a Jewrlry Store, allof -diicb are ofterod mi, m i at-nja taw pmcEg ASAliV SKJBKIS T'lE mi- FKH? WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEW- ELCY carefallv repairpfl and warrarrrea. J. M. FKEEMAN & SONS, At Cor. Main & Talbot Sts., Norfolk, Ya. JulvW, 1370. i - ' '' S2-tf White Goods, Embroideries, &c Armstrong, Cator & Co Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers Bonnet TrlBuuinz, Sect a4 aa Klbboas, VEJjVET BIBBONS. HIGKTIE8, ilks. Satins. Velvets, and Crapes, A T RR TF N lAJ FLOWERS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS. FRAMES.&c jiibh i,vy"iv 1 w.. ..u - - Hats, Trimmed aud Uutrimuaod. And In j connect Inc Warerooius snaired. Tentlmony Aim ia ihanSrjds iff BRYAN' FDtMONIC WAKES. v-i. SH ta Mr MX. JOB XWoMm$ rn- for. 19 Cortlandt Street, W.w Torfc. ; THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY, Aa aH eavpa .i Weiian. SEW YORK. COTTON FACTOltS, AND GENERAL Commission Mrchants 10G Pearl Street. Sew York. flBEEAL CASH ADVANCES ON 'J C.osijjniu:D-.v jyl",.s cveid by Insurance wben placed on Curs or Vssel June 10. " ' White Goods, Linens. Embroideries, Laces, Nets, Collar, Setts, HaDdkerchiefs, j Veiling, Jiead New, &c.. &e., ; Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE,' MD. These geoda are manniactured by us or bought for Cah directly from Europe id a:.d Aiiiaricau Manufacturers, enibra- tiuifalltftf latosi novelttes,' anequaled i? ai iey ami cliOpaess in any market.- Cider. (U'.i-il with care, promptness and ? 0a.' -at fe - T-iVoat, HoAMBVatM. Pirnovi, B"1";? MPIstBT UOBstUairTLVai .a-w ----.-r-;--,t,-i . - l aT ' , - h.ve no tat fiDdlolua. and anemia w.u, rjulTerg. Amnesty eapeot to SUOCeod i ttiem. TDOQWiaB hit. ur.B i""':".-: 1 . - . 1 lis iLterposiuij luise pretenses ana false issues by boldly asserting that the Liberals intend to pay the Iieb 1 debt, pension the Itebel soldiers, reimburse the late slaveholders for their losses by emancipation, &c, &o Not one of those who set up these f-toe pretences belief es one syllable his assertions, but they delude the ig norant and prejudiced by these bug bearj, and thus frighten them into voting with that party which rcaiats Universal Anincfliy. Relieve these of their absurd, ground less apprehensions dispel the delusion systematically upheld by Grant orators U a-a- - - m UU are ala-Uly rwcanimec Jo Jf """(T 'TbM uu irac Beeret Mao sraggg" SZZXZZSimto ha Urlna, Compliment to Ir, Greeley, The highest compliment yet award ed the Hon. Horace Greeley is em. bodied in a speech addrerscd to 75,000 persons ia public meeting assembled at Indianapolis, Ind., a, lew nights since. The Hon. Dan. W. Vorhees having been selected tc :n traduce Mr. Greeley, spoke as follow i , My r ellow-Citi&ena The honor of introducing the distinguished guest to night has been assigned to me. It is well knowu my friends; that when this great movement commenced my relatione to it were not what they are now. I complied, however, with the behests of my party, when the expon ent of our principles, who is here to night, was placed in nomination. Since that time my judgment, uiy heart . and my . mind have become thoroughly. impregnated with the be lief that we are , engaged in a great movement for. the redemption and benefit of oar country. The gentle man who is here to-night as our cau- didite has commended himself ia a large degree to our support aud our confidence by his public utteraucea both in letter aud speech. The speeches which he has been delivers lag in his present tour will be among the lew specimens ot political litera ture preserved for the admiration of future ages. I do not hesitate to say in your presence and before the whole country that for the purity of senti ment, elevation of thought, integrity of purpose, broad, philanthropy, lofty benevolence, and elevated Btalcsojan- ehip, the speeches that Horace Greeley has delivered on bis present tour through the West have no equal, no parallel in American history or m the politics of our country. If I had never been for him before I would be for him tonitrht. His election sig nifies peace and reconciliation; it 6ig nifies love among the sections where hate has prevailed : it aUo signifies my friends, purity in all aud every de partment of the iovernmeut, I stood torth once to oppose this jnoveweut, but bowed to it when my party de cided to emorace it. i'o nignt i go further. To-night I embrace it with all my heart, with all iny strergth. as tending to the purification, the re dempaion of our whole oountry. North and South, everywhere. Ibis specta cle is a bright omen ot success. 1 propose to introduce to you, my lei low citizens, one of the men who by his own brain aud hands has carved for himself a loremost place, Bot merely in the history of the country, but in the history of the world, I pr o pose to introduce one to who from the positiou of labor and toil has placed himself in the front rank of mankind, Horace Greeley. The Stay-at-Homes The Mis chief They work. From the Richmond Dispatch Neuao Rule. We have negro rule id this State on account ot the dis graceful apathy of a large portiou of the white voters. Raleigh New. True, aud such would have been the case in Virginia had not the Conser vative masse, white and colored, risen in their might in 18691 and by the election cf Qovernor Walker and their . . . i ' . -1 cvo or ine prospective clauses or tne Constitution declared that the inter ests of the people shoald not be thus subordinate to the supposed interest of one race. The good people of North Carolina:' followioe the lead of Vir gini,jjtook the same posii ion in, 1870 nrj redeemed their Mate from the w8f8t forms of ebrraptiori.' but now only two years later they have by apathy lost nearly all they then gain ed, the Radical candidate for Gover nor carrying the State at the last election. Here is the moral: If North Oaro Una, with a registered majority of 50,000, and with only 20,000 white Radicals. i lost to the Conservatives by Conservative voters remaining away from the polls, aro not wa in Virginia, with a registered white majority of oulv 30,000 and with 15.000 white Radicals, in some danger of having our State turned over to the ignorant and vicious who would overwhelm us if we failed to carry a single election. Had not twenty-five or thirty thou sand North Carolina Conservatives re mained at homo in July the Old North Stale would now have been in the van of the Liberal army, the election of Greilev and Brown would have been assured, and North Carolina would have her own government in her own binds. The "Btayat-home" voters cause the loss of many an im portant political battle. If we would escape the fate of North Carolina, and the still more disastrous condi tion of Slates in the extreme South, let us poll the full vote of our party for Greeley and Brown. 5 - ' ' ". space. g j a c a O H H Si O11eS4u.ro, 2 50 6 i 7 00(10- 15 TwoSo.uar.LS, 5 00 9 112 00 18 - io Three ftiuares, 8 ml 13 : 16 00 54 - 36 Foursquares, tQ 14 ill w! W-lio Fourth Column, li 5vi J0 m 0js5 "0 -. Half Cnlnrtin, - f 15 uo 25 30 0050 - so Whole Column, 25 0Qj40 '50 Oo'fia - 'W The Mortgage. Isaac Veraa's little farm was mort gaged. The ncihbor knew it ami gossiped about it. lie knew it and worried about it, just an almost etery other young, farmer , hasL known lht same thins;, and frcttoJ nr ; l.. truth it may be said that all the other ills and perplexities of life can hardlv equal the trials and sufferings arising oat of financial liabilities io the share . r m. . ui iuutiSgc9. a ne grantor or the -curity can neither work ia the field or play with his children in the houio without seeing ever before him Kar. phantom placard, "Know all men by these present;" saying, in unmistak- ble language, 'Tajr or lose! i If ,. art to pay you will bo driven oat of your home; or if you shouU dut yonr wite aBd little ones will have n !,.. and what you have will availt theiii uothinjj." .' - " y cur wDenauw.rru. dTiee In aachboi, or wlil m, PrteStl vmr Box. Vt Saw $ lt. Sola Oeiwral Agut ha Aiu.ria.r Overus. or iiccwea. in mil. rutnaw iu ' i Ot wr to any kw Otrux Cown Cmtmissiojiebs, 1 Jt ' I amictbo: Oct: Bth: 18-Ii. f Federal Centralization. The Providence, li. I., Press has the following ; The Uraut organs lear to place mc faot in their columns, that over one hundred and sixty lederal otace holders in New York city, attached d i JAMES Studwcll Brothers, 17 New ManufacturerBVandJobhers of, BOOTS ft SHOES Muueay, Street, a oris., f? INGLE atJNsi - Ai 2 OH, 3, et'50, o, t), 5, W, At l, $7 60,' 110, $1 115. 20, 25. 30, BSEECH LOiDINC DOUBLE GC5S, At UO, 645, eSfl, $GO, $7S, I90i f 110, .to 300. . PISTOLS. Clerk Co. Commissioners. ;- ' , . ) Office fcorsTT Commismiomebs, - TARBORO, Oct. 8th, 1871. j OKIEREJ BY - THE JBOAED THAT notice be grven In the Sobthesher that delinquents ftw taxes be required to report and make complaint to this-Board at the next regular meeting to be held ou the 1st Mondafia Kovember, 1872; other wise the BherUfjU auUioriaed , to xeUcct doable ux . i unH hturDwIs that tliA Hlacks would be rvpnuif.ri HV THE BOARD OP I .irr'...il if nor ..nmlnnllv rvonslav J if to the Custam House, rost-ofiice an U County Conmiissjoners. , .That BeoUii ti,a Liberals were to triumph dissi- Internal Revenue Departments, have Proposed iur. iShiperinteiutont of tSMPoorwU the utterly ceaseless clamor that bsen appointed superintenden's be received at the Eegular Meeting of the j I. nrfiPia- w0lld derange business election districts. Why not give up Board on the First Monday ia No-ember next. j. . v:....i i.,l-a .n the whale machinery at once in th Tcs4. - 'B, t. tEKotA, ' fMlimi nf annie hands of the rinss, or h n.t hl rwk- Co. CommisalODers. I ".v.u6 . 1 r - . . ii j .i. i r,iiiit i uls monarmiv. ana uisuuuso witu a Liberal triumph N. Y. Tribune. popular rights. We are drifting that , f way fast. The Federal government is A Glance at Several States- e-tiDg up all the rights reserved to If Greeley Garriea Indiana, States and the people by the oon-tt- w;n v Tr-i- stitution. and cfficc-holdera from the Washington. Oct. 22 f'J "r ;r: e,, n mw jkrciy and con- ernmcnt for 'fixing thmgs po.itictllj '.,. ... TU This country never reached so low i from all quarters come expressions depth of political corruption as it oc . ir i -ii l . 1 miniAH ffi-dav. of eonideace tnat ew I orn win oe r j-- j -u. i t, a .a..v And it should be added Jersey and Couneotiout will also em nbasiM their votes for Inter State Re- oonoiliatioo and a return to the me PHAOTIOE. 1 thod- of peace in the administration oi tne uoverameat, by majorities wia HU. flonnrrha. and aU analog CIO. disoe- The Hore Disease Its Rava ges ia the Cities of the North Business Seriously Affected Accounts in the New York papers represent that the horse disease is spreading like wild-fire throughout the country, and the excitement is intense iu consequence. The visitation it is thought will be general, and the only question is whether it will assume a violent type The World says tho im pediment to busioes will be enormous if the horses ot that city are even slightly affected by it, whereas if they are attacked as severely as those in Canada were, the direst confusion and disorder must result. " The news from Buffalo, Rochester Boston and other cities shows an epe domic among the horses, aud only three or four days suffice to stop locomotion from that source. In New York it is already in contemplation to run trains of cars through the streets on i horse railways. Some 150 horses the Sixth avenue stables are sick; 200 at the Ninth avenue stables; 100 at Bragg's stables on the same street ; 100 at Eldrige's stables on ortyfiit street; 300 in Third avenue stable?; 50 stables an Now Isaac Veran was human, antl thought and actt d very puch as oilnr men think and act, That possibla contingency which would threst hitu out of his own house, troubled hitu much, and one day he . pokj of it in cidentally at the dinner table. Bat his wife exclaimed, -Oh don't worry Isaac, it will como out right. We are young and strong, and we caii yay it all off in five years." ' This en couraged Isaac somewhat, anil for a, few days the cows were milked, the corn hoed, and the grass mowed with a careless joy. Bnt tho day for tho semi-annual iuterest catno and with it the old troublesome thoughts.- wbt if he should fail to pay? He did not mention his perplexity again to his yile, lest she should rid icule his lack of faith in his future, but began to ponder upon some safe guard by which he could escapo tlu riSK that SO much annnvf.l him Ar. last the newspaper account of th rlnath of an old acquaintance containing th a aiajapu, "iiis policy of life insu rance will secure to his familv tlm sum of 810,000," met his eye. and it oided the question for bin) at pneo. "What if I cannot tav.' :iii4 W There is not a reasonable dnuht. hut that I can pay if I live and here is thu .a -1 . 1 - i a tae iiaiumord JUioe many in me otner puouc anu private veraa.s feeiin8 M siauies oii me city, mo it-ma " 1 children tluse of tho i'ire distriots are also prostrated. At Buffalo the disease has become thing about it to my wife, as she might laugh at me, but I will go to-morrow and get my life insured for four thou sand dollars J" Years pass ouicklv at th h.wnat and the two succeo.linir th flofl his insurance passed with Isaao Vcrau as quickly as they did with us. Two payments had been made on the mort gage, and everything appeared so favprabe that be sometimes thought uw investment in the insurance as a foolish bargain. But ouemoruingin June the neighborhood wra ciartUl with the news that Isaao was very sick with a fever, and the dnntnr lm,l pronounced him dangerously ill. Two day later the shock came, aud tho ehildreu whispered as thoy passed tlu door oo their way to school, "Susiu Veran'a father is dead." The kind hearted acquaintances of ihc young farmer shed tears as they met, aud often they shook their heads aodsaid sorrowfully, '-What will bo come of the widow and the ehildreu. The farm it mortgaged." , , . Aud if outsiders sympathuod and wonuerea, what must have been Mrs- she took up tho and thought how she had lost a husband, and now must lose her home. Oh! that mortea of ftS.KO.l. If that vot-a - 11 a. 1 I! 1 ! i fnr r,KnAhao i I - av4 a uu ii m a puone Uiiiaiuny. "jr Dart Ot the form on hln business has been entirely suspeuaea tivate the remaill,W for hr I i . i .'Test., i , .BfA7HClk. A BI'OTBHTirillf. ' ,.- ' . -4 Hi i . -!' ' '" SPECIAL PHAOTIOI riANCERS.-TDMOBS, BCBOnUL, OTPH that the $3,000,000 Judiciary (surplus) apprv priation by Congress, to pay lor tnese Federal Supervisors, Federal JJeputy Marshals. &e.. ;has already been ex hausted and that next winter Cons will earrv dismav to tho souls of the 6" ' ue u-" Wi."' . . I th i-4 n fi rt inn n r Tabma. itaa., It IB also felt that the " . for want of animals to do the ordinary transportation. The street ; railroads. are running with half their usual force, and expect to stop . ia a day or to. The oni ui bus compauie have entirely suspended businessy all their L, i l : . : i . uorscs Uciuk tMm.. I lose Encoubaoino Situation in Il E. CLARK, ; Wilson, N. C. 4 WITH . GWATHMITT BROS. & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Eox 292. NORFOLK, Va W. W. GWATHMEY CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Box 5274. 79 Water st., NEW YORK Consignments of Cotton. Naval Stores, &c, solicited. Liberal advances on consignments. Kept. 14. 41-9m. A. WRENN, Nos, 24 tnd 26 Union Street, Norfolk Va. li T ANUFACTUREll AND DEAL- iVX er in CABEIAGE3,1 BUGGIES, SUL KIES. HARNESS, SADDLlio, VVLdAMS, liames, Whips. Horse Clothmg, 4c. ALSO Farm Wacons. Carts. Cart Wheels and Axles. jar Refers to C. C. Lanier, Tarboro, N. C."& July 13. a'-iy ' HOFFLIN & CO., ' SOUTHERN TRADE. Have a complete stock In all lines includ ing their popular Cranite State Bale., Sip Plew gooes, and Women's Peb, Bala. Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Aliens, Sharp's, Whitney and other xmas, ' At 'Manufacturers' lrices.- AMMUNITION AND IMPLEMENTS' Fnr Rrmvdi-loadine Guns, at a small ad vance on Cost of Importation. METALIC AMMUNITION for Rifles & Pistols at lowest market prices. A complete assortment oi an sporting j Office, East-Centre Street, i L I. s Croldsboro, If' O, ZiGra-e. N. C- Dec. OT., 1871. Dr.J. ifiie Munter &Tet$ $ ,. Gextjuehk; -After irequent appbcaUon of .ri,,n artilftQf tho "Materia Medwa, to the Bialignant e-noerous growth on my neck, latter two States are so close to the headquarters of the Liberal and Dem ocratic National Committees, that whatever heln mav be needed by them can be tendered in an hour's notice. Hut. although tho eleotion of Ilend- 7 ricks has civea us good reason for ex I appled your "Cancer Remedy," (which w pectmg to Carry Indiana, kindly furnished me by Dr. Huntei) aroard- jb eenera foenagr prevails that the inK to direeUons, and it disappeared within t"8 ee " uf P . - a Orders solicited and carefully filled at Goods; SS.S day ofnext month, will be lowest market rates. tjattt rpaTT?v TnTMPf.U Xr P.n B" ' Vonr obhaed friend. the most desperate Ot the oampaigu J. E. MOOSE, Salesman. Wm. Bryce&Co, P0ULTNEY, TRIMBLE, & CO., :ilCPOETEBS, ?QO y BaWmore St., Baltimere. Marh , . JL- your oblit r. Woou, U. P. Derate ihni tha unscrupulous Morton, aaea a .1 VI 1 1 AT 1 1 1 A MOn. BamaA Vista. P. O., N. O- Marco, 1873. ? T7 Z7t er-V and high hopes to carry the elec u riT,art i.fthe ru-esent month. 1 1 mar v banked bv the National lreas- rry 'B " kU v J .uo v.... " --. , .l:.,.. i j r teio Three millions of dollars, uomiually intended.for the judiciary, aro thus used up in the elections under , tne pretence through the federal juuio iary, of guarding the Fedoral ballot box. Brighter Prospects-Ohio for Greeley- Wa have uews of muoh interest from Qhio. The Liberals aud ltepub icans there have entirely recovered from tha effeots of the October eleot and are setting to work with en COTTON FACTORS, NEW YORK a AND DEAIiEESIUT - Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c: . ITo. 33 Main 6t Norfolk, Va, March 2. 1871 13-tf TT TTtF.TtAI. ADVANCES MADE ON CON I i aifrnmonts to above address: and orders I tor pur chase an d sale of Contracts for future deuverv cronipiiy maue u mi uuwi , Jy.13, 72-tf. - r Tarjioro. N. C. THE UNDEE3IGKED OFFEES JTOK KEM Hia - r - - next door to his residence on Pitt Street. 1 1 is one of the most deahbla locations lcr a 1'rofeseioaal Uw Jv "i'V'l mf uae.H-r. ' w. urn. .J!Kiv'- r ' - WILSON-'. COLLEGIATE INSIITUTE KtS " .For-Both Sexes.: " r -NTTCfffnw T.ASTS FROM FIRST MON- O day in October till last Friday in June. armliwl, to. Messrs. Hunter Tew, seetoiK relief tot the suffering occasioned r an en cysted tumor which bad located itself In my mouth between tho cheek and jaw. Alter a short time it was sBooesafuDy remoTed. ana l am at present enjoying tho blessing of being teatimonv to the success of these gentieuien as exhibited in my owe. t on Co.. AT. C. May. 1873. tnr (Kttj-pn vears euffered from the urv. Will not hesitate io use any nious means to secure the vote of the old Hoosier State for the vulgar lunk head who now disgraces the hue House, and brings our form of govern aent into (Jisrepute among the peoples ion in November, Had the whole force ot tha DetUQi emtio party gone to the polls in Ohio the week bofore last, there would nave been a Liberal Democratic mojotity pt 20,00. instead of a Giant Majority U CUi If that were ooJy out of her way, she oould care for his children for hu sake, liut tor that eb,a could keep the oows, the cuiukeus, me eneop apd the horse, with which the children had taken so ensure, and they would not evervthing because their father bad died- But there was the fact. The mortgage must be paid, when duo, LjNOifl and uhio.- Anere is nroon and theatock. th Wrai rui--rh a W mm a - I - - mm mm -e wwauann uort,onadenpe iiereu woerai eiruea iM the hai mugt ftt m'usion- of,-68Quriog' the deotoral vote of Illis nois lor Greeley than any other West ern State except M isrouti and Indiana. The advice Irom there are to the ef fect that if a full Democratic vote can bo relied upon, the Liberal deffeotion boa to: pay it!. Poortridowedkmothor I iJoor latherless and. tilmost homeless childroa 1, . . , , .ri . Tho next payment of interest on the debt came duo and was paid, lles- liauugiy, tno widow ODcnod " tor tha is great enough, especially among the time tLe drawef a o.nno admitted at any time. Superior phvsie-1, intellectual and moral adVantofcee. trulM6n,iWajdWf Music, $5; Agriculture, $3 1-1 Bo-d in Institu, tion (including everything), 15 per, month. Ad4rewfo Catalogue, 6YLVESTEB UASBELL, A. M. n Wilann N ( ) . aug. lo-aui. , , ' nam. annoyance and inconvenience pf a can- f'.J lii . l.nnw nannor on thf i .a 1 1 1 li i ii. w nun a i . ajri hvv m 1 1 i . . . j . the rignt side of my nose. I had made some ef iS. - it. mnva1 bnt without any satisfae- 1UI IB w r - ui tory resuAt. 1 -PP- n"-"J " ir Z: itVt Tw. and Olacea myson uuaw Mi"" wo-.- A. Adler Sr. A Co., jaPMHTEJARBLl'lOES. CLOTHIERS, and 04 MAIN ST., MONUMENTS, HEAD-bTOfli&. Of Marble. Granite, Brown-btone Scotch Granite... AJ0 . Marme Mantles, xtutuuub, And numbers' Slabs Furnished to order. E. B. PRICE, No. 3 Mechanic St. . .. . , Norwalk, Conn tfRi:& .COT-rOA rijani, -n-r ti t a "vrn I . i i ii..L.klr V-'urirl And supplied with, all the fixtures required by the law regulating ,oie-mci, , EESUMED HER REGULAR TRIPS TARlBIVER- She is commanded by ' n apt; GEORGE W. HOWARD, ' ' " " " Her old commander. a a a A. - - a v. nMi. ft wa f r ni ma tt v-wc ruiiuii v.Ml w. i . iiiw a. ' In o MmarbflTifV ftnon ILUl. lUortiaitDl I VlLriUl V Ul ll-iAja-Y La v vu v, w th6CwnoerW4A periocuy vr- -vl"of tho people s nara-earnea wuuvy iHSJHf1-01 t,amSS iS-aiair from the National Treasury xo.vuuw ,,; : ' I . - . ,,m ttioti. , , n I MOltTOJ sal o "Itti lllf ' n . nnti. ion I OoiBOBQ,. U.. 3t2?V'JZ.i v FIES TOE MEANS . a A a A mi o . u V.. ..!wi7. ,1,-, col, of I2.UUU or 10,UUU. mere wore a greai .JL. ..V..nlin. hi.n. Btto lb. itrngjtle, sod allowod it to wiww ----o jr,...u I t.i: 1 n him. EO UV bv connivinir with a corrupt majority T " . i in (jongress to extract, unaer every t heeii for fhxes years aimctea wnn Scrofula, which presented a a-dfnl appearing. FIES THE 'And the lowest grade of ltad;cal of- j . Z- : . . I UiiM UU1UC1I UCIO V aV- npwvw w aA1 having become demoralised Democrats are, and effective nieasuyes are now being applied to organize thaui and brine them into line lor the gnat contest of the Presidency, Uur Inouds are full of confidence and they will suooeed in this effort, aud that Ohio will give her elootoral vote to Qreeley and Brown It ia perfectly certain that if the mass of the Democratic party ally : .. i : wisn to ueab uuuii uuu ckuu uwiv hv Mio vi lo prnuinie oi iiieir suuenucB, - ...... """TTtlIaV with anrosVJect of becom- r x . u j ,i,t Greelev t ev can do so. Aud u tney u.,I.Bu..,7I--r . T hftfl I tnai lflllO IUilUOLau.Cv, .uu i A lt n..,t ine eonerauy uiauatu vy31 "j yx- . l a . a a.i l. -i.j r.t Wisn IO oeai, vjreoov auu cit,i, 7 0 " " . -. h.D,iuia inr ai :..n mner. ann kiiilii u k . . iuisi. I .... ...... f 14. mil 1 1 v i vinuuDjymBn i i . . " riod of nearly nro years, u. y I what it may, and Dy wnatever means J " i-J .1.-. Ipn-oU Ll Wlil UClJtJUU UUUU IU5U1, UU V unocrstauu I , , ,n h' r ,nat Ohio at least. unrv. lBa, "r' i tiai luumus uo win w ww""" ., , i e rr r ..r.i ViioA mvRfilf under their treatment . a 17 Ti wnere ine ie-nocracv uave u wiuo immediately. By continuing .the regimepre- o " : times nionifesfced more steadiness auil fiKS.tfniv e T.;a VaTo N.Rl,liean is more devotion to principle than in Action, &p do very eta t,t tb gtatQ may not give any other partofthe Union, they are VSZESi fcrGrJley now getting ready to do their duty iu withmvMif. ,.' jf.J.WrsDET. I -a Krnwn. - earnest.iV. Jr. At the same time it made its appearance un der Germans, to overeome the tremendous majority which Grant had in 1868. It is considered certain that whichever way the State may go in the Presi dential issue, Trumbull will be return ed to the United States Senate, aj the. Republican majorities will be almost wholly coouned to a lew populous Northern cr unties. It is conceded even by Republicans that the balance of power in the November elections in this State will be almost wholly with the large olass of workmen who are now employed in reconstructing Chicago. Very encouraging advices have been received bore to-day from Uhio as to the prospects ot the Liberals in Nov , T. " . .1 .1. IA. earner, it is siaiea mat tno uerao. critio vote, especially in the middle counties, will be polled in full, the lack of which vote lost the State sub suutiully in tho State elections. Hash. Cor. Halt. Lun. The Providence Vets say8:-The rtign of servant gals has commenced. A gentleman of this city, sect Satur day night, to an intelligeaoe office to obtain a -"young lady" tq look on while his wife di the work. The fair creature who was offered for the plaoe, after asking some fifty questions about whether they had "tubs set" whether the kitcheu was down stairs,''1 &o , asked how muny evenings she could have "out.u ' 'Well," said the geutle wan, "I don't sec how we oau let you have any mere than seven." "How many ehildreu have you?" said the handmaidau. "Only one boy, eight years old; ut wa will drowu hiui if you thiuk he'd bo ia the way,' had kept bis valuable papers, as shu wished to ale away tho reoeipt which she had roocived for the last money she had, and which was tho last could ever expect to pay on the mortgagi". 15 ut in tho drawer, and in tho sam? package with his rooeipts, was the ijU Uy of life insurance! Oh, what ioy was there then! Vh shall Bay how deeply she blessed tlw name ot her dear husbaud! V orilv. it was like an angel of mercy, and it rioh blessing was one for a lifo-time! Ah! what pcaoe. Now she nan ko.m the farm; now she can care for tho childrou. Now, as we seo her in tho picture, she can keep many of the eld joys, and the children oau be happy till such time as she shall be callud up to Isaao, and they become men and women, respeoted and loy;d ui sho and Isaao have been. Stopping the Supplies. The Secretary of tho Treasury lus resorted to every possible expedient iuj order to make favorable financial ex hibitsfor the 1st of October and 1st of November, so as to aifeot the elections- He has entered Wall street " nd "beared" or "bulled" the mrket, just as wis most convenient to the specula tors.wbo were expected to raise thq mo ney for carrying the doubtful States. He hug pressed the bxuks aud maJ ) them "bleed'' freely, under threats off injurious penalties. Ho has wiihhuld payment of lure aud juat daiuia, io show a false uuuditiou of tho baLutu shtet. Salaries have bouu withhold uuder vur;oaa pittexts cujo g UU-Ii aio well fwualcd. JOHN MYERS SONS, Sept. 19 6m, Washington, N. C. jn. NORFOLK, VaijApriu. 0KREN WILUAMS Agent ' Aug.29-3m.J . . 'larnoro, ... : t t K .-