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Tlio Tarboro' Southerner.
Thursday, - October 31, 1S72. WILLIAM DIOGS, - Editor TARBORO', NORTH CAROLINA. FOR . PREMDEST, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Electors for President and i " Vice President First District Octavius Coke, of Chowan. Second Diati ict Swift Galloway, of Greene. Third Disirict T. C. Fuller, of Cum berland. Fourth District U.A.London, Ji., of Chatham. Sixth District W. L. Steele, of Richmond. Seventh District F. 13. McDowel, of Iredfll. Eighth District Thongs E. John 6 ton, of liunccmbe. A Last Word Before the SomnEKivEa goes to press again the election will have been held and the great contest of 1872 decided ; "Who Bhall be the winners? The friend of Reform and good Ooveroment headed by Greeley, or corruption BDd tyranny represented by Grant? Vfe have striven our best to rouse rur people to the importance cf the matter, and now make a last appeal for overy Democrat to go to the polls on next Tuesday and vote for Grccloy. And every Democrat should vote for him fov the following reasons; because he is the nominee of the National Democratic party. Because his personal integrity is un impeachable. Because he was one of the first citi reus of the North to advocate universal nrrneety. Because he f topped forward in the face of public opinion in his own sec- lion, amid the taunts and censure of his political friends, andbecama one of t be bondsmen of Jefferson Davis. Because he has the moral courage to do what he believer to be right, against the tide of popular sentiment. Because he opposes all further hostile legislation by Congress against tho Southern States. Because he favors the restoration of the Union upon the basis of kindness, friendship and magnanimity. Because he wishes to bury out of sight the bates, and feuds, and bitter paesiona engendered by the war. Because he is opposed to official cor ruption and robbery and will institute civil reform, if elected President. Because he is opposed to the nepot ism, frauds and shameless outrages of the present Administration. Because he says to the carpet-baggers cf the South "Stand lack, thievesV Because every Southern Democrat is pledged to his support by the action of his party. Because he offers us the only hope of defeating Grant. Because he is opposed to the suspen sion of the writ of Habeas Corpus, and to the subordination of the civil to the military power. Because he is an ardent advocate of peace and reconciliation. Because he is opposed to the usurpai tin of jower by the Chief Executive of the nation. Because he haa borne himself since his nomination in, a manner deserving of the highest praise by all parties. Because be will administer the affairs oT the government with ability, with honcbty, and with justice to the wl ole country. Because his election will be the death-blow of Radicalism and will save the nation from imperialism and ruin No opponent of Radicalism should shirk his duty on the day of election. Every man tcho is opposed to Grant should be sure and cast his vote for Greeley. "If the Democrats are true to the preat cause of popular rights, which is now imperilled, and faithful to the traditions wl ich once made us honor ed and respected among nations, a glorious triumph will crown their ef forts. There is no suoh word as fail in the vocabulary of those who deserve success, and strive to achieve it by patriotic exeitiou. Whoever with hold" his support from Mr. Greeley, or stands aloof in sullen indifference contributes not only to the election of General Grant, but to the perpetua tion of the poliey of Hate, Agitation, mil Strife, which haye signalized the condnet if the present Administration ::nd will make its cnmc as odious in lii.-fci y, as it hns been oppressive in experience.' Washington Patriot. Horace Greeley the liomiaceofthe National Democratic party. TLere-fo- every true IVmociat should s.np-l-.itn. The O'Connor Fizzle. A few dajjs since .a snrall parcel ol Bore-bends or, rather as they prefer to be crlled, "Btraiht out" Democrats met in Charlotte, and put forth the following Electoral ticket; Tor -the State at Large John M. Long, Cabarrus; James A. CalJwel!, Liu coin. 1st Dipt rict George II. Gregory, 2nd Sam. B. Waters 3rd Jauirs Linton, Hamilton Long, Ben F. Roney, A. U. Shuford, A. Hendersoo, John A. Fagg. 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th This mighty plan was concocted and anuouueed by something less than adoEcn, and the ticket was published without any authority from the gentle men whose names were thus unlawful ly used.. In fact, three of them have already indignantly denied any connec tion with the miserable attempt at disruption in our ranks and have pro nounced the whole concern contempti ble in the extreme. It is the veriest fizxle of the day, Tuesday, November 5th. Remember that the election day it Tuesday, November 5th. See that your name is on the regts tration books. Challenge everybody who -has no right to vote. You must vote in your own Town ship. Get your neighbors to go to the election acd vote with you. From the Washingtrn Patriot. The Political Prospect. The election cf Mr. Greeley, de pends entirely upon the uni ty, ener gy, and zeal of the elements which coirpOBe the Opposition. That they are in an actual majority in the coun try, is no longer doubtful. That the lull Democratic vote was not polled in either of the three central States on the 8th instant, is certain, and has been demonstrated by figures which cannot lie. That resolve alone, is suN ficient't" turn the scale in Ohio, and to multiply the majority of Mr. Hendv ricks in Indiana, by three at least' Pennsylvania is cenceeded to Grant. Fraud has been reduced to an exact ec:ence in that Stale, against which it is useless to contend, until the cons stitutionsl convention shall reform the monstrcus abuses, which now dis grace the whole elective system there. Neither Ohio, nor Pennsylvania, is necessary to carry Mr. Greeley into the White House, if the other States wh ich may be fairly claimed for him, do their part with even reasonable fi delity. The South is well united, and if there were some signs of wavering and weakness, after tho scandalous corruption by which tho people of Pennsylvania were defrauded ot their votes, they havo passed away with a fuller knowledge cf the truth, and a clear comprehension of the prospect. Georgia reflected the prevailing sen timent irl the Southern States. New York, New Jersey, end Indiana may be counted with as much certa:uty as anything in the future can be. With this capital, only six votes are needed to complete the necessary num ber in the electoral college. Accord ing to the best information, Connecti cut will furnish them. This estimate excludes all the States which have heretofore been assigned to the 'doubt ful category. Illinois, which has the best and largest Liberal organization outside of New York, and a roll of Germans whiea scores up by tens of thousands, is not included, although confidently claimed by our friends. Neitl er is California, nor New Hamp shire, nor Nevada, two of whieh may be fairly regarded as probable for Greeley. In posting the books now, two weeks before the eventful struggle, and with no wish to deoeive ourselves or to mis lead others, we may say, in a word, that the chances of success are gcod; that they may be made better by prompt and efficient work, and that a concerted movement along the lines; with a firm pnrpese to win and a hearty cheer of courage, will earry us over the enemy's intreoehments and into the citadel of his supposed strength. The result is in oar wo hands. We have the power to shape the public policy for the uexr four years; to crush out the despotism which has grown into such formidable proportions, to liberate the South from corrupt mis. rule ; to restore fraternal fellowship in the Union; and to destroy an i trocious system which is consuming (he very vitals of the Republic If the Democrats are true to the great cause of popular rights, whieh is now imperilled, and faithfall to the traditions which once made us honored and respected among nations, a glo rious triumph will erown their efforts There is no such' word as fail in the vocabulary of those who deserve sues cess, and strive to achieve it by patri otic exertion. Whoever withholds his support from Mr. Greeley, or stands in sullen indittcrcDce, contributes not only to the election of General Grant, but to the perpetration of ti.fl policy of Hate, Agitation and Strife, which have sig nalized the conduct of the present Ad ministration, and will make its name as odious in history, as it has been oppressive in experience. The Courier Jurval thus fools up Greeley's chances; Mr, Greeley will receive tho electoral votes of the fol lowing States; Delaware, 3; Maryland 8; Virginia, U; North Carolina, 10; Georgia, 11; Alabama, 10; Mississipi, 8; Louisiana, 8; Texas, 8; Arkansas, (i; Missouri, 15; Tennessee, 12; Ken tucky, 12; West Virginia, 5 making in al! 131. Add to these New York, 35; New Jersey. 9; and Indiana, 15, and we have 1(J0 six more than is necessary for an election. Connecti cut will as certainly go for Greeley as any of the States enumerated, and New Hampshire and California can hardly be considered doubtful. It is difficult to conceive bow Grant can possibly be : re-elected. Voice from Albany -A Vile Slander Refuted -Mr. Shot- well Vindicates Himself. The subjoined letter was received by us last Saturday from Mr. Randolph A. Shotwell. who is now coufioed ia Al bany Penitentiaiy: Albany Penitentiary, ") October 14th. 1872. j To the Editor of the CJuirlotte Observer: My attention has been called to the following article, copied from the N. Y. Herald, as Iain iufoomed, by a number of the State papers : . "A KU KLUX. PRISONER WANTS TO STUMP FOR GRANT it has transpired that Richard Shot well, one of the leaders of the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina, and -now con fined iu the Albany Penitenniary, pro posed to a prominent member of Cons gresB that if the President would par don him he would cheerfully take the stump and labor for the success of the Republican candidates, and denounce the ku klux organization. Finding that he was disposed to plead for par don it was proposed to ask if he would give evidence against the principal lead ers, such as Ransom, Vance and Mer rimon. This Sho'well declined with a defiant air, and said he would die rather than betray anybody, application for the pardon was therefore refused. When Gerrit Smith visited Shotwell two months ago be said he found him defiant and unwilling to accept a pars don on any condition." I presume that I am the person allu ded to in the above, although the wri ter, havirg set to fabricate a falsehood, has not thought it worth while to give even the name correctly. The entire statement is without foundation. I scorn to refute the imputation of having offered to barter my principles for a pardon ; but for the sake of my friends I will merely say that I have never ap plied for pardon, nor made any propo sals to a prominent member of Con gress, ncr to any one else. Having been illegally arrested, falsely accused, uufairly tried, and unjustly sentenced to the full severity of an unconstitu tional law, I have long hoped (and shall continue to hope) that future de velopmeuts and the subsidence of bit ter passions would lead to the restora tion of my liberty as an act of justice rather than one of executive clemency. The last paragraph of the Ilcrat s morcean wrongs me in a two fo' gree by imputing to me a pce of silly and theatrical braggad-J10 a refusiDg to accept liberty Ou any condition, on the one hand; and again affording the President a fair excuse for declining to hear any future application in my be half. Mr. Gerritt Smith appears to W the originatoi of this calumny. It way not be improper, th&rcfurt, to briefly stare the facts in the cosa, Mr. Smith visited the Penitentiary on theSih of July, aod let il be known he came from "High Authority.' In the in terview with me he was very courteous and 1 answered all his inquiries with courtesy and frankness. After ack nowledging that I had laea a Grand Chief of the Klan, and was well ac quainted with its designs, I assured him thai it. and our people generally had been greatly misrepresented, not only by the Radical press, and irre pponsiblc ccrrespocdents, but also by the circulatbu of so-called "confessions" and "testimony" invented bv neriurcd vagabonds, or extorted from intimida ted witnesses. I emnhaticallv rtamr , jf- that the Klan was a conspiracy against, the Government, cr against the negroes, or against any class of people oa ac count of their political opinions. Re verting to the Government prosecu tions, I called his attention to the fact that there were several gray-haired old men of CO years end upwards, doomed to years of toil iu this Peni tentiary, over a thousand miles from home, for no ether offence than having sought to preserve cider in their com munities, and to shield their wives and daughters from the brutal passions of white and black desperadoes, &c, c. Mr. Smith seemed surprised anxl shocked at my statements, and strongly expressed his intention to intercede with the President in my behalf. I learned that he fulfilled his promise, and recommended three out of four whom he saw, as fit subjects fojf clem ency. , Rut he grossly misrepresents me. Nothing was said of pardon during the interview except "a volunteer offer to on his part to write to a certain Republican judge in, my favor; for whieh I thanked him, but thought it hardly worth while for him to be at that trouble, although I should be glad to have his own per sonal influence, Great was my aston. ishment, therefore, to bear of bis let ter to Grant, and I am forced to con clude that it is a part of a scheme to exclude me from the benefits pf am nesty. Hence h is 6tafeuien,t offsets. Begging the indulgence of the public for so lengt'iy an intrusion of my pri vate misfortunes, I am, Mr. Editor, respectfully, Randolph A. Shotwell. State papers requested to copy. A Last arid Stirring Appeal. We publish b( low an address from the DeirocraticvLiberal Headquarter; in lialeigh, which should be read and circulated amoncf our friends throush out the State. It breathes the right spirit and can not fail to inspire renewed energy and enthusiasm in our ranks; Ealeigh, N. C, Oct. 13, 1872. Tho Naiiooal Democratic and Liber al Eepublican Oommittees have re. cently held Consultation in New York, aod surveyed the field of the Presi dential election, to take place in tie' United States on Tuesday, the fifth day of November. " i - They are hopeful and even confident of tb success of our nominees in this great contest for peace and reconcilia tion, for a pure atd honest administra tion of the government, aud the pres ervation of the sacred principles of civil liberty itself. Iu this review of the political situation, they do not hes itate to say that much, very much de pends on the vote of North Carolina All admit that we did well rod nobly on the 1st August last ; and but for the frauds and gross violations of the election laws ot this IState in that struggle, our victory would have been j complete, instead dft partial as it w;s; We appeai tororu now, friendVof republican freedom and good govern ment, to be ready for the final congest, so soon to be decided. Work earnestly and manfully for. the right. Be vig ilant and active in deleoce pf the prin ciples of our noble and inspiring' cause of Constitutional liberty. Bj not de ceived by false- representations, or swerved from the line of "duty by the threats of those who thus disgrace official authority or by any other mode of .intimidation or corruption, urn seduced by the blandishments'of'ofE cial patronage, so freely offered, fcy those who live on public plunder and taxes paid by an impoverished and oppressed people. We urge you to vote as freemen, freely and independ ently, in the full, intelligent, aod un-: tramelled exercise of all the rights of an American cltin:' Be sure to at tend your precinct, in your own town ship, on Tuesday the 5th of Novem ber, and see that your neighbors do likewise. Let tthe registration books bo closely examined previously, and. proper challenges made to all illegal votes. Challenge too, on the day ' of election, every attempt at illegal ves ting It is all import an t'to our alfocesB that a fair election and a full voU-of our friends, both Democratic-Conservative and Liberal Republican, be cast at the ballot-box. This will secure a'certaiE. triumph in North Carolina, asd, on pur vote may depend the result of the Pres idential election. We ther efore, eani estly urge our friends to see to this in every township in the State.-, And we especially suggest that true and active men, some five or six in number, in every neighborhood of every township, be appointed, at once, to call and Bee, ia person, every voter friendly to our cause and earnestly insist on his going to the election, and, if necessary, assist in get ting him there, and assure him that there is a general understanding among j our friends that every man is to vote at this election, if entitled to do so. This duty ia urjred upon our friends anjl expected to be done in C7ery town',p ot every uountv in iortn oarol- Universally pursued, a? ex .ija. be in every County, this uwil eiJ sure us a glorious vct0 An(J 8UC cess m North roiina ia this new trial Jor peacp ati(j froe(lomt honesty and ,0Ca A self government, will not only be an honor, ever to be held ia remem brance by our own people, but may save the entire nation from the dangers hich now so fearfully boftot and envi ron civil liberty itself. Let our watch wordd then, fro now till election day, be, orpin'.? WORK FOKWARD--frtaai lor our .cause vA ova nonii. nees, the repres-ntntive Champions of pacifteation nd purification, and. tra j republican liberty ' D. M. DAiaiNsR, Cb.ui. Stote Dem. Coo. Ex. Com. W. Su Masosn, CLm. Stat Lib. Repnb, Ex.. Com New Game "Wonders never ccate," and radical villainy has uo limit'. Now comes up another (rick, which, if bofn of hope, is virtually dead bclore it is conceived. Yet they scruple at nothing, however glariBg and extraordinary, and even make attempts that would put Dick Turpin or G aude Duval to shame. Here's what comes from the enche of corruption, Washington, lluad, and judge, if you cau, what on earth eould incite .neii to entertain a project which be-rs oe its face so much of devilish design and piratical rapacity: "It is said that a prominent North Carolina politician, who has just passed through Washington, reports a deep laid plot on foot to deprive the people of thst State of their right to seleot a United States Senator in the event of Grant's election. It is be'ieved that Gov. Caldwell will declare the entire Legisiatura just chosen, in which there is a deeided Conservative ma jority, to be illegal and get the Radi cal Supreme Judges to confirm thfsl action. 11a will next proceed to ap point John PooJ or some other Radi cal to the vacancy, and let the election of a new Legislature go over for one or two years. By this means I'ool will get and keep the seat ia defiance of the popular will." It is needless to inform our intel ligent readers that the instigators of the above arc simply lunatics of Ibe atraightest sect, and that the. direst veugea,nce knwn to American statutes, will he visited ou the heaL of the graceless clan wh.o dare attempt such a thing. They may we.ll coasidor the step before it is taken, for in casn of such a consumatian, John, Inl will deem it the dearest . bought honor that has fallen to his unenviable lot. JZx. "Sew advertisements. S. St NASH, AGENT FOR MURCHISON & (JO, New York, Williams k Murchison, AViliniixgton, ISTC, COTTON BUYER AND WHOLESALE GROCER and COM MISSION MERCHANT, TAitKOIlO, X. C. OOLIOITS CONSIGNMENTS OF O Cotton to bo shipped to Murchison & Co., New York, who will sell on arrival' or hold from One to Six Months-as the Shipper may closiio. I am prepared to make liberal ad vances on such shipments, and think I can safely prouiitfo lull satisfaction in the sak'8. ' Cotton bouR'ut or sold for future delivery. For full particu ars apply to the undersigned.- Y S. S. NASH, Agent. Wholesale Grocery, &c. I &m ua-y receiving a complete supply of Gro ceries, Baffglng, Ties, 4e., which 1 will offer at very low prices. 8. 8. NAtsH, Agent. - Office in -SournERNEK" Building Oct. 31-ly. TAKBOlta L.AV.WALKEB, BOOT & SHOEMAKER, TARBORO, N. C. W0KK EXECUTED IN THE most durable aud fashionable man ner. The best quality of Leather and Calf iskins always on hand. , Mm)): Main Stret-t, np stairs, next door to tie ti.jtTirEiOKB" Office. Oct. 31-tf. NEW ID r f H W S "saw-nsnwi LtMIMU QFFICE OF THE WU axo!; AKD WBLDON 'RAILROAD CQMPANY, iUmtaio5, Z, c, Oct., 24th, 1873. Special Meeting of the Stockholders. Id pursuance of a resolution, of the Presi dent and Directors of the Wilmington k YV el don Railroad Compunr, passed on the 24th day of May, 1832, a special meeting of the Stocthlders of said Company will be held at the ofUe of the President of aaid Company in the City of V liming ton tn Wednesday, tbo 26th day of Norember next, for the purpose of considering the question of lease of the Railway, property, effects and franchittet of said company to the Wilmington, Columbia k Augusta. Railroad Oompanr. J. W. 1'IIQIIPSQN, Oct. SL-lm. Secretary. tnrjL$0 BJULHOAT COMPASY wSiIcbiotojc, N. O. Oct ?4th, 187X. In pwanancef a resolution passed at the last anuni, meeting, the TbJjrty-SeTenth An nual Meeting e the Stockholder c( the Wik nun g ton. k WVdua R&ilrod, Cenipe.9y vl bt betd at the ofijp of the President ot tfem pauy m Wilmington, on WEDNESDAY, the 27 th of NoveubfiY net i. W. THOMPSON, oet. Sft-laa. Secretary. THE WELCOME BAR ,AXD JOHN F. WARD, Proprietor. TIIE.WINTERCAMPAIGNIIAS fairly opened and found the above Well-Known Resort fully prepared for the fighV. THE BAR, as heretofore, contains all the purest kinds of LIQTJOHS, a&4 the choicest brands a CIGARS, equal, V sot superior, to any ever brought to Twbofo. The RESTA0RANT DEPARTMENT has been thoroughly renovated and improved preparatory to action.. The TABLE will be supplied with the Very best he market affords, and meala can be obtained at all hours. . Best NORFOLK OYSTERS daily reoeivod, and Sold la quantities to suit purchasers. A superior assortment of Sue ss Sus-ar, Flour, Molasses, Butter, Lard, Cheese, fco soejtastry on hand. My thanks are hereby respectfully tendered taa bjuc at large lor past liberal en I eocourage- aaeii and assurance sriven that bo effort on ffly. part wQ be spared to please iu the future. JOHN F. WARD. P?0PW5TtH, QF.VWELCOME BAR." 'A-yltVarning.' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that my land is posted, and that 11 per sons, white or black' ire forbidden huting upon siidhvnd, L night or day, with dog or gnu. Any persons found TolatVig this notioe VttlA"nit6d, jrittx full penalty of the law. oct31-m,. LEyl HAHrELL. A. ABHUE COTTON FAtM H PITT BOUNTY- FO SALE, The Bubacrfber offers for sale that farm in, Pit County, yhfch wn, formerly the property of Cbl. A. M. Lewis and wife. It lies on the south side of Tar Biver about four miles below' Sparta, and oi-nsistg of of first and second river low grounds, au d a flue' proportion of uplands. - 'Col. Lewis, the former owner, says that it is a healthy location, and that tho laud has on it a sufficiency of Marl and other materials to make it a first-class Cotton and Corn Farm. Persons, desircuc of purchasing are invited to extmidf for themselves. The terms are one-fbarthcaah. and the residue of the pur chase money payable in one, two and three years, with interest from the datst. For fhrerrarticulars apply to my attor ney, William H. Battle, at luleigh. : Mm. E. Hf SWAIN. Oct 28Vlm. IEDIATDLY 4 or LfAwrjrs TO CtEAN OTJT DITCHES ' JESSE H. POWELL, oct. 31-2t . la 's eg a i-H --Sr rw a ml K 2 a S" .55 - - ' " 'snav : w i:;,m: ? : k if : D tfir - pj m g sf Isj wERTISEIWEITS.i xu. t e 5 S'-S fi.88 8 a? 4 Z 2 -EH - S3 s OPQ a o a a Oft M ea CS COCO & q O CQ 02 OA . MMi w' 2 'd o r) CO 5 ! ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT. THE AYcrill Chemical Paint has proved itself to be the Handsomest and Most Durable Exterior Paint Known. Sample card of beautiful colors and re commendations from owners of the finest residence in the country furnished iree by all dealers and bv Averill Chemical Paint u 32 Burling Slip, New York, ' - ' . Or Cleveland, Ohio. AgcoU Wanted for Colin! Child's Commentator ON THE BIBLi; for tho HOME CIECL?. 1,200 pas, 250 EngrAxsa5 he ntcr pnae of the yea fyj; agents. Every famUv wjU have k. otbiu l&e it ayw publihe4. For circulars, adi-pss 'H. 8. 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Circular Saws, siting an i General Supplies. Send foa Circular. RAHM & CO., Richmond Va The. Mercantile Bank, (OrgaiuuBdwtMlAwsofTiriiMS.) NORFOLK, WILLIAM J. BAKER, . : J ImUnt QHJiERT ELLIOTT, . Cashtei. . , - DIBECTOBSi . . WH. J. BAKER. Hob. JOHN GOODE, Jfr. Hon. W. H. BTJBEOUOHS.. W.D. AYDLOTT, CHA.S. O. ELLIOTT. Hon. ASA BIGGS, L. D. STARKE, Cash Capital, - Kabjett U Increase ! $60,000 $200,000 New Tons: CosmispoiroEirrs. The National Bank of Commerce. Messrs Vermillye & Co. Baltim obk Cobb fsposdilsts Marine Bans ; Messrs. McKim k Co. Interest all wed sb DepoviU. Oct. 3l-l. 3NT OF New Hanover WILMINGTON, N. C. Authorized Capital, ' r -. M,000,000 ISAAC B. GRAINGER, CHAS. M. STEbMAN, S. D. WALLACE, President. Yice-Pre$i4eni. Cashier, B RANCH AT TARBORO, N. O., MATTHBW WEDDLL, ?KESIDENT. ' J A S. D. CUM'jllN G, . . ' , sj a-t isi n l!l VHTVI? J DIRECTOR. MATTHEW WEDDELL, Esq., Gen. W. G. LEWIS, ' JAS. M. REDMOND, Esq.,' ' FRED rniLLIPS, Fsq.t This Branch is now transacting bustnesa. Deprtaeef wnts Respectfully solieito from Merchan Farmers, Mechanics and others subject to check at sight, Six per cenh, interest allewed m Dipsits remaining fifteen, days or over- Buys'" and sells ex change, nnd makes' collections on air points in the United States. Oct. 31-tf. LADIES Millinery Establishment of Ivlrs. Feldenheimer. Main Street, Tarboro, N. C, Has her Store once again filled, with one of the most Magnificent Stocks of ever brought . to Tarbovo. This stock has just been purchased from the most Fashionable Northern Empo riums, and has been selected witn great care and judgment. It consists of MATS & HBNM1ET. Aso a rare se,lction of the most beautiful and chaste lress (Roods & Trf mini tigs Which will challenge comparison with the very be st in any place, North or South. The Finest Velvets, Silks Satins, Feathers, Rib bons and Flowers, all purchased by Mrs. Feldenheimer in person, besides a great variety of articles too mimerows to mention. Ladies are respectfully invited to eall and -exaioi'ne, as it will afford me pleasure to show my Goods. MRS. R. FELDENHEIMER, Oct. lG-tf. Tarboro, N. 0. Are now receiving 1! A ogk oi FOR FALL & WINTER .TRADE Consisting in" part of 100 Cooking and Heating Stoves. Genuine Cucumber Pumps. 200 Bass Shot. 2QQ Setts Cart Wagon & Buggy Material 200 " Axles all Warranted. 100 Dozen Axes. 150 Guns Double and Sine. 5,000 lbs. Tire, Round, Oval, Square and Sweeds Iron. Besides And Irons Shovels aiul Tongs, Horse Shoes, l)ts, Spitlcrs, Ovens Tm Ware, Grub Hoes, Cotton Rope, Back Bands and Buckles, citing tf eQiy size, and all waranted Carpenter's Tols and Building Material, Curry Conibs, Trace Chains, Nails, &c, c, in fact everything in the Hardware line. All ol wl.iclj we will sell lower th$n tey can be bought in this market. We guaa&tse to duplicate Northern prices. Call at tlie Hardware Store. Opposite Court House, tet.3-lm. " TAKBORO, N. C. FALL and We are now rcceiviag 9 Largo Stock of Goods comprising a full Hoe of Dress Goods, SUCH AS Poplins, Empress Cloths, Merinoes, Tamise Cloth and OUR Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's CLOTHING- is the il$rge$t and best ever brought to this market and cannot be surpassed in Quality or Style. BOOTS & SHOES we have in ndless varieties. H jSL T & of the Latest Styles and Shapes. We are offering great Bargains 1 ' f. 1 Domestics, Blankets, Lap Robes, Over coats Cloaks (arid Shawlsvl : We solicit aa early call foi Inspection of tha aWve Go6ds,1and re" 0 termined to satisfy our customers and the public in general.'' ( L TT I7TT T)T) A ATHVT) Q 1)1) AT all tW Lalcst Stales in tUtcir large and complete lf Marawa THE GOOB FOR WIIT STOCK OF ER AT