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Kvtrv in. ii nli'i li.. livnl in llic.latt'
trlvc iH ti(U .ui'i in llii" foil nly thirty
l.tpti.t a nl'l voir.
WWdvm volutin' hiU o in.ind tin--iiht
Krrry nun who h.i- livitl in tlu-tatc
IwcItc oulkl hi Ihv i-otinty thirty
Jjt h:v a r.ch I to vote.
Krcry m.in who liai livid in the l;itc
tt lv- HKiiitht iikI in the county thirty
il.ii' ha.- a rijht to vuU
Kirrj in.ni who liatlivitl in tin- Slate
turlvr month' anl In tli i-ounty tliitly
h.i 4 ri.uht vulc.
1'tn.in-of tluatinat tl;c 1HU.
Il tin- jt oplc want the Mono .tt al
-irti-i.ni, whith iiaMi'i tlu in to have
hn'4 lor their Ijtmilif, alnlijhel ?
It ote lor lHmocralic IeNc.ite!.
Im pnpl want tin ohl c'.
r. n'npr iM.iuin iit lot K lt. the inlioii'
hipping t, pillVy ami .--Itxk.-, re
.llihtl .' If im, vote lot IVmo'
ttatie l, h;tv.
W.il, h ..r Iran. I !
Utbe eiplo want 'pit'iti"-.! oilraw;e
jn-l a I widol onalifieaiion in order to
k"ll a i'jl in tho Ynate or IIoiim f
lupicM ntal i ve ? . If f. vote for
!. IVnllonl Ilrov.;: (who wan at
thai iim-tin- SviKtlor m the tletieral
V"Ui fr i.i I'.i.wi ll ttintvl w A
wrmUt .( eonveiitioii of ISil, aud
ltl 1l l-V.. Io it
tW linn- a nntt.Ur of v IIiu.c of
(. emn.i.h, frun CaniJeii.
W'fcrti uu p, u the oll eVuiauW rfo
sht to ute.
The IVntticraU made a Rival (u9
htl the eUbtihnicutuf aludeCuin-
Miwi.a i,y t),a lJe'ublican, and jet,
Wn IH Wln-cUrr wrterrd an amend
Mt to the lVRTention bill forbidding
lW crration v( ih otBcu of idc CVm
tiwiooer, rrtry Vawero rvVl i:mi
lK)wini; 4hat thrjr' IdIhJoJ I r
r law CitpHntwent for otu idle
IV"cr4tic lawyer, ia case they car
rV4 the I'ooTenliot.
iVe every TtHe!
V, IVmocratic CjMdklatot ltk
ignorance, fell llx bow thry
"Tlrrd the Mrbool fnd which the
Mtking ci'!c ha I laid up to
rfckcaa rducali n for their children.
'TrtliWw thai Ih? lVrali arty
k rrp4MftMb!c t.r the haJrvls of p
"olfaUl children o ia the Mate
taf poverty, wtis out loe the
et ( w kki ihci hard rami ft f
parrwt were PWjileird iwiWt
tcuai vwfal ciliieaa.
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Wood-Pilo Cowan, e understand is
sick. lie it ccrtaiu of a xlcfcat.
Union, Aiiton, Kichniond, Ilobinpn,
lila.len ami Iklintw ick are cqrUily
ax.iinnt the conTntion.j ;
.SLiilliucH is a whipping-poet man.
While lie knows it will be for the. poor
man. the rich can pay their way.'
Engelhard say that Leach wacan
v.Ksifip Duplin atid Sampson forLcacfi.
We ln-lievc the Major' head it leveL
ftaiidy houw each hiw gone to the
wet. lie will not conic cast any more,
and it i well for him that he wont.
Jai. Murchidon Leach, the , great
iK-(iveM'-cr cauvasscr, had to resign his
poitkn in the army under charges
Ik-ware of rlicatin at tho potN.
l'rodueo Your Tax Ilecclpt, ;
This w ill be the requirement uretcry
voter, if the conspirator succeed in
amending the constitution.
Scavenger Leach, the man who got
from the Unked routes Treasury
dishonestly, was on yesterday nomi
ii a ted for (JoTcmor by the Democrats
of Tender county.
Kev. SUillings says now uiathe wants
llic colored peoidc to voto for him. He
said la.t week, nt Faison, tliat ho did
not. Now, at which place did you lie,
Kee. Stall'ng, at Fa i sou's or at Duplin
lion. (JeorgeZ. French has been
res'nK nt of Pender County ever nince
it w;n in-tittitol, an l if thi Journal'
Deputy, tlie Star, will read the Post,
thvu he will bo better Post cd.
I Lie L Pay Ixach, jKor Leach, chrou
ie eandidaU: for Congres. Ix'auh, bil-
linggate Leach, dHger- Leach, slip
iK-ry .Iiinmy Leach, MiTttla (.Jenoral
ieach, coward iA'ach.tiovernor Icach,
has gone. gone, gone' Let the bells
Do you wish to tell everybody how
ynu vote? If so, elect the convention
candidate, and you will cvt a cons'i-
tutioii that will prevent yoii from vot
ing hereafter by ballot, ami yo4'r inde-
eiideuce will be destroyed.
Beware of cheating at the olK
(iuv. I each failed to meet his apjoiiii
meiit fat Shoe llctd on k'ond.iy. Ke-
jH.rt w.i he w:u of the opinion tliat
some one would meet him who would
take his hide olf. lie lias not forgot
his old riming tricks that he learned in
Olfice seeker Stallings said at Fal
con's lh.it he wanted the whipping Kt
otuli.-dud for the l ent lit of the negro
ilo mid at Duplin Keads he wauled it
for both poor white and colored men;
becau.-c, MHr iniu of Duplin, the rich
men can pay their lines, but you, t
men, will have to le whipped
Ye every vote!
The Wilmington .Vir, a trolg Con
vention journal, advocates the election
of Jelf Davis to the Presidency of our
Sta'.c lniverity at a alaly of $S4(KK
ler year. Think of that, Union men of
North Carolina. If you are ready to
1j laxeil again to supjort JetT Davi-.,
vote for the Convention candidates.
A majority of the delegates (o the
Cotiveution of 1 Sl were clectetl le
causo they were I'nion men. And yet
theordinacce of seci-sj'iori' was ' (hissed
iu les lhan six hours after tho Con
vention assembleil. Can w-q put any
more faith in the pledges of iVmocrats
to day than iu thooe of IStil?
This gentle ma a aooouuees in his
pitblic eeches that the Homestead is
not gvod agaiatt DId.Dvhis. Every
Democratic lawyer I w ha. h '' asked . tho
question, will be compelled to auwcr
ia the same way. Let the people as
them, when I hey make their rche,
aod see if it is not so,'
One of the objects the iVmocrati
hare in view is to strike from the Con
stitution the school section rrqulriog
that free schools shall be taught in
every township for at least font months
in each year, and place them at the
mercy of a hostile Legislature, whkh
might it a single blow bloc out the en
tire school system.
Sakl a iVmcrat on edaeLiy :
Four years agwhen the qncrtion of
Convention or Notnventioa wa sub
mittal to the eoplei I voted; " NatVo-vi-tiiion,"
and Rc lh iVmocralic can
didates. Thn rear ny party friends
have dented me ibe right l say wbeth-
rr I wUheU a Cunt en two oe4. Aa
I am an 4d-4kieed lVntoeral and
ttpiusrd u the rulo tae few. f shall
voce k the Krpnblican raadklatesnlio
kav 4ed(ed lh Ivy, t adanm
the laenlkHi. 1 ' -
' Tll3 , y IxEPUBUCA-6 Of DurUK
AnoiMkb.-i-Thc Kepublicans of Du
plin County are certainly in earnest.
and they are determined to carry thcfTocul wood. I vrillgirc egol;
V'o'hnty tliis time. There were large
iiiertimrB at Wurxaw and Dur.Iin Koaihs
yesterday, lion. Or W. Price, Jr.,
fairly wore out Mr. b'talling at. Duplin
Rfuilf, and made him take water on
the Convention .jwestion.
Kvery Democrat the late Legist-
tdro voted aiu,t au auieuJmeut ivr-
biddi. the. Convention .from' striking
out that claiMo in our present CoiiBti -
tuiion which declare that " aTl e'ec-
li8 ought to be free," thereby proy-
Will Ukp ii tf iiimim ill tluiy Twittrtfr til
prevent the eoplc from voting as they
' lite Leirislature ciilled a Convention
.North Carolina in IStil without ub-
iittni" the question of Convention or
No Convention to the people, llesiilt:
Secession, war, conscript act, tij.be law,
intny inousanu 01 our oesi men Kiiieu,
live liuiiureti more witn legs ar.U arms
shot off and one half of the property
ol the State destroyed. Are our people
ready-to repeat the sad exeriiicnt.
In 1871 Col. J. A. Gilmer piteously
apcalcd to the people to call a Con
vention or be would be com felled to
vote to levy ft tax to pay the interest
on the Stale debt, resign or prejurc
himself. The eopJe didn't call aCon-
ventioii. he didn t resieii, Hie tax to
pay the interest wi s not hviid, and
Col. (lilnur h.-is nol peijurid himself,
beeau.-e he is the Democratic candidate
for Convention in Guilford, and he "is
an honorable man."
It is charged that the Trustee ol the
University, at iheir late session iu Jial-
clgh, were about to elect. Jell" Davis
President of our State 'University, and
that they only postponejl e'octing a
President until the votcil the Conven
tion bill could be had. J
"Union men tff North Cajolina, it' you
want Jeir D -.vi-to instil sieesion into
the luiiid? of the voiind men of the
vote for the Convention i:'idi-
Ia I the people evcr wliji-m in North
Carolina benr iu inind, iliat the Demo
cratic press ha e diflared their detcr-
luinalion to overthrow the -Supreme
Court, because it Ji.-.s pronotiueed the
(diamcfol gerrymander of tiiis city, by
which the eople were d"privcd of the
Kwcr to elect their olln ers, unconsti
tutional, and because it declared that
the people's hoinis tliuuld not be sold
to pay old debts.
1 liability l'iceevUaiis
The Demoeiatie Japersyire mm h dis
tnrlel In-eausv Judge lSuxtou :s a can
didate fur Convention with a pledge to
adjourn at once. When Judge How
ard of Kdgccoinbc, and Judge Osboinc
of 3Iccklenburg, announced theni. clyes
and sat in the Secession Conven
tion of lv'1, nothing was s;iid about
their eligibility or "soiling their judi
Jell Davis has declined thy Presiden
cy of tho lexa-s University. He is
wniting dotiblle until after the elec
tion iu this Stifle, when he "w ill be
elected by the IVmocratic party Presi
dent of the University of Noith Caro
lina, to spend the Slf-VH of bonds
appropriated by the last legislature to
cdacalo rich men's oiia. So the next
generation arc V be taught trvasou by
Does anv man in North Carolina
want the- old county court system re
established? Py an estimate made.
the present system Is cheaper by hun-
lr.bi of tliousamis of dollars. Under
tho present tonusl.ip system letters of
administration can be obtained mime-
diately after n man'sdeath. Under tke
old system it couhl only be done at a
prrgnlai seion of Ih'c cotialr court.
Under the present system. Ibe people
caa elect tkeir own Justice und txm-
tntssionen, thetby Lolding to accoon
tability ihosMi a ho tax them. Under
it nLI nvIrrthiMs MarUlralew were
elected for liJ ami they might act ia
Ui most tyrannical manner withont
fear of removal.
i Who. rcckitt? with the siwalsof ot5ce.
revelinc in monev wnnjcKl I root tuin
and State's rniw, are f.rrver talking of
their Wve lor the foot man r - the
Who, nntVd np and arroraar, with
their skirts dripping iln tnc hJ ef
innocent men, murdered in an ottWy
attem4 U break ap the jro rem meat nf
the United Statoa and etabladi npoa
iU.rmins aa Intolerable depUmt are
m addini: innlt to injary, by again
htteminx topen the At galea of
revrdntMn. and tnereby rednce the t
Mucde ol No lit Candiaa ta slavcrT
ing tliat if they havli ii majority luey.M, t ,. ,T v.r v- V-
' - 50 ' HANDS WAlfTED"
I ployment to tlie above TWimbcr of arxnl
working men. for the Doit'tux iricilths
UJTV.., COUKT, 4.U8 totlowm ,-casc.
were dis'osvd. of . yesterday Jbyt e
uu a v.r:
I'..,Marcud, cbtirged with a viojata'pu
oi u.c city . oru. .ance. ...Auc ,ca
dism'sseJ 9" n5,0.
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U.u charged., with larceny
as lounu guuty. ixuua ovv'r ,to tn,
i nnriiir m kiiri. in inn kiiiii ti j ihi t
tt'tm iitiii 'iiifi iirv it ivfin f'li'i I (Tin I
with disorderly conduct,, were found
guilty, but judgmeut )y 4a suspended 'oil
the payment of cost.
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-Jcorge Aldrtch, charged with drunk-
otuie&a.. Judgement suspedd un. the"
payment ol cost.
Watch for fratid !
Ueuistuatiox. id Ward Dan
O'Connor will be in his olllcj iiextn to
.fo. curt House, from JO-A.AI. to 1
1'. M., and from 3 to 0 P. 31., everyday
for the Yegist ration of voters. .'
The following arc the hours lor Jlw-
istralion in the Third Ward ; From 0'
to U A. 31. : from 5 fo7 P. M. Every
day until election.
. The Challengers. The city ex
ecutive committee have selected the fol
lowing named Republicans to act :is
challengers at the different voting
places on eletliiiii day:
First Ward,' Upper 'Division. J W
Whitney, John Statelier, Win H Hovrc,,
Dc L Towers, Win Hcnryj'llowe, Johh
Evangelist, George H 'Adams) Henry
Kuhl, Edward Ancruiri, J () NTxon,
Jake 1'ordeaux, Henry Neal, Stephen
Kiehardson, Kichanl ; J'roVn, llobert
Phinney, Eli Currie, John Gates, Win
Holmes, Henry 3IiddIeton, v"illiam
Walker, Green Smith, Geo Llabsoii,
Saml Norton. ' ' ' ' ,'
First Ward, Lower Dlviaiohf--'J W
Telfair, John Hooper, George Lifling
ton, Owen Dove, Owen Burncy. Jfil:e
rxotqr, jas . bowery, w iuj lveuogg,
tr . f. a r it r i 11 1
E McUride, Saml Keed, AUcii Eyans.
Elijah' Line, Hcuiy '.Lucas, Mahiui
Njchols, Wm.TiTcker.lDuiiciiii H'o!mcs,
Chas Sampson, .raincs am
Sweat, Jiihy JfoseleV, Daniel Cliad-
wick, John H Lewis. Fred Brown.
Richard P Hall, Stephen Ballard.
Secoud AVard.1 Joseph A Ashe,
George II Jackson, George E P.eiden,
J W McNeil, A McKinzir, E J Penny
packer, Thad Howard, Wash Howard,"
Saudy Stewart, Moses Whiting, Saml
Sterling. Daid Howard, George Mur
ray, Win We.-t, Fred Brow':i, Jt.hu W
Hunter, Robert West, Edward Joyner,
Win McWilli.uns, J N VanSoclen,
Gury D.ivii. Ivhvd Malktf, Jaspir
P.ishop. Win N Mallett.
Third Ward. James Heatoii, J W
Spieer, Gilbert Telfair, John SM",
Washt Tucker, R E Jackson, John
Davis, Win Cowan, Saml .Merrick", Chas
Wilhorn, Thos King, Raudil Jones, I
John Lewis, George Hayes, Mathev.
t 1 -. ... i..n... rr...; "i 1 .,r
. she, lias Anderson, 1 1 ay wood lu-V
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kin-, I r.mk Atkinson, N 111 John .n,
Cieti "Mi seley, David White, DWhecrer,
Archie William?, Jac.b Wo.xi. '
Fourth Ward.-Josepli J Cutla:-
jiii n .-1 i. r j 11 f
Wm L Uall.Ml.is N lVain, Jcs- t 3Iar-
Un, jotin teat?, w a .Ionian. iaMw'ul.
Price, Robt Leonard, IVier Mclvfcvef.
King MeCall, Josh Moore, A L Brown.
Amos' Brown, ISmdy Jones, W 11
Kellev. Win W.hite. Washt Howr,
Hanover Johnson, Jjs II Harris, Alex
Ulrj ant, Henry Hill, Nat Conner, Cha
Sutherland. John II Howe, Tlrf-s
R-,vd, 3IoscsGiairgcf, Jr.'
Fifth Ward. Hiram Hanlm. ILtris
Jones, Ja II Davis, E D Hewlctr,
Janic K'Xinr, Halifax T Ixu.trd,
lM Ieonarvf, " bKicharusnii. "vngsn
opinions, .ne c-unuiun. 1... ea.or-
UH lot'l l.u. jomi uiti. u 11 Marun,
Henry Loftiii, Joh Ru., Tld Bird,
A J lXnlon, Washt Howe, Hbnry
Kvkht, Mows Connor, Alfred Conner,
Ukl K non Onl mt mis alir vf lb
' Cuto. Joly Sf, 17
The greatest mas meeting Ware tLd
war was held here t-Ly. tewcral
Manning siecesa Hv 'met au!" com
pletely netted the great war-hvc: of
the msoUin, Gen, Lracb, and gate
him snch tremendons Uti Uu kin
friends raised a rwltt ifrBTt him. bt
It was mi gw (Vn. Maania &W ta
film jivmwj w . v i
kandk-d him Hh tcl J matte na&ay
fVirtnl ah ability. Sampson cveaiy
UI go cva txt iWxi, and wc Ul
evre (ct crtll In tic a. Jtaiuaa i-r
its ecoru in train, irnnr tv nf r-arc-(
htaan tT if t--arci
d jrvastll to
tt aad trne IUrblrsnm
IVkrat nuy Ud Utx
.; .n-.-.' 'linTon Tost: 1 regret to set
placcU my name on U.e
tanilidalc for 'the" .Constitutional ' KjOU-
"'' 'r "the JlejmLIIcaa Executive
ar eltH' Ra .niaccd 'in v iianie! bn Ihe ticket as ;
Comuiiitoc tif elUtfi tieain. before thott
eWciLkj, I.ftho'd decline it, but as it
iH'l.Bi';a 1 inij t- accept the numi
natiotk; o:!i mi.'i
I'aia always willing to, do anything
iniy iKJwer to tlie-iirpiiblican
ti ty,'bot tny f ilii-Tr dulic3, uiy private
unaiiicbe aim niy neaiui iiiuku n. niuiuei
L! impossible for ne to spend' much time
!0'12a1i:iffh:!ad'th"at was theSciyon
fa tlie County-Nominating Convention.
' IfJjie Republicans succeed in elect
j'a oiajority, vvlieh now appear to be
wxillcceitaiu. of course it ia all ricbt.
, I - ll.. , ' ' . i ,; .w
but' iCothc:.wi e n.v eonstiiucnU ruust
HO!ticci'iiiLiHi il l do" not M'tnd alt 0
.. L-.U:.'..rr'4s..i.,t.!V.' '..:V...l .1.. ..n,:rf
or tlie Convention. .
' Veiy resjotfully, -'
1 Grx). Z. FnKstu.
.The .Cliai lotte C.) DunwaK In
discussing the proositiou to call a con
vention to amend the Constitution of
that State, uses th"vs language
, If a convention is called, let it be
unrestricted let there be no pA'ndering
rr promise t Jkadicahsin or imported
r 1. ,1
riinKes nieart let me oiu-iimo prae
lieeb be restored, umJuaImu; the vliij-
pipg:po3i. and 1nalnK.d sullrage.
This is progress backwards, mid tluit
is what the Democracy of North Caro
lina are a fx r. tljJtjition to "import
ed Yankee ideas,"' and their desire for
a restoration u "'old-time practices,"
lu.iy ualuruiiy- be expeotevl from such a
source. . tipcakiug of the bill for caJl
ing. tho eonveulion, il adds:
."The resti ietioiis iuiHscdiu the bill
as It passed the Senate are degrading
ami disgraeei'ni to tUe. people oi" the
SUile,u.j'k.eiai;y in iis p;ui'dering to the
prejudiced ut" oar fanatical enemies at
the North.' No North Carolinian should
ever Kiy thul he is w illiug to surrender
his ciaim jr damages in the unlaw ful
CinaueijvU'UU of am.1 dv ivatioii ol
personal. property, although we are all
jiow O'josed to le-establiihing slavery
iu any fh.ije."' 1
A" very much like a de
sire- for" uconciliation ! Not oniv ia the
1 f-, dciiotiiiecAF
"'" 'latical ene-
iii i-, ' lull tho chiiui for compensation
fo tliL'l'l'.ite t-'Taves is hcvor to be sur-.
iVi.dcief' i j-ui- yet we are. toJd the war
is over, and -.should be forgotten.
The Jtccsml '
In lw! the lVmo'ci-atle patty piling
ed il: j country into civil war without
s-ulnnttiii tlie iuestiori to the people,
again . t an express u'nder.-t.irnlingto the
ecMitraiV at the time of the election for
delegates- lu.Lhe Coiivenlioii.
'A'iiey forced a lluod ol" money upon
the-people and aflci w.ij Ji repudiated
it, t hole by bringing iu.aieuse di-tre-a
upon all ciases.
They sqiiandcied the linking f:in-l of
the Slate' which had been pl.u-rl in their
bauds as 11 sacred Oust, and nivenletl it
III worthier CouJVdeiale bonds.
They .. inyesti d 'rne entile seluxd
1'uiiilof (Tie State in Con! derate securi
ties," and thus dctr.iudcd ioor nicii's
t . 1 1 ... .. i . . .
cinirtreu out 01 1 ntvKiutus oi etiueaiiou.
"'They proiuLil iliv por meu that if
they Wyyld eali-l .l"o.- twelve m"nths,
i - thev would, at the expiration of their
, ' . . 1 . . .
i truis, be nt'nWiil to return home, but
i.tca,l "cuniplying wit li their promUe
I tliey had them' etw-ipfr.l and h it
'eir wive- and children to sni!er.
-Thclpwa; mi l. of North Catotina xvvre
.;untel , doii by , Democratic bhsl-
h , , , ( , j
fhev itP.ivd' t furnish 'itiUral
linil tor th pr s:jldu s nlm eve: hi
unf rtuuale a-to 1.m ihrit n itur.il ones,
in b ligiit hieii the. had 110 heart and
iu which Uu IwUl no .interest,
' They lvva taxil lUopor man ou ail
ot'hU piuct:y ovr iitWjf- tlirfLrt,
r.lale Uim aHio time lUry allowed
thd ricJb, mau an exemption of jil? n
They w w l!A.nteu to require a p-il
tax m ijUaiilit r.lio for voter, ainl
farther tiireateu to allow the rich mail
to have an addition Vyic fur every live
Ttuudred d dlar-' uju which he ays
taxes, thereby pLicing ;he privilege of
ti chxlive fVaaeJiisc entirely under
the control f the pncrtT holders of
the !r.to. Tlvi-y threaten to overthrw
the Suprwu.o Court of North t'arvliuA
oiiirriy becau-c it Iims given a decision
scaairt tlto tyr-nkal attempts of uiali
ciJUrt partuans tadepriy Uic hsj4c of
the right to elect their public otltcers,
and. becau it has drcUred that th
money tdtarkj of the Land have no right
to deprive lit r r man of hh lilUe
hoiac for nld dcW. They have pard I
a taJkmI-aul tenant act, by vtuca
ihk land bwncta vf the Slate can lord
it avev thoptior man anl toiJ htm in
puxLirt tittle ir4iJ I tm that ia which
they itdii vkciv1 pe-ir ic$re lire
The I K-r. lie pariy ka ctM&ststtlrd
ail thew rreat traut and nom they
lieiv K l,e ol Nrfftb Cjtros,i
H, that w 1 Ueiw aa ali-
0ts:k Jmm te th g
i peer Jc la rUUva cpo a eras aat
j lttj te pniwejr cvyr-r &y
tie KfUca vrty. Ivrt
1 tiffs- c:
, i.-w lv- I
-! h deIre lo rrtsla tWIf n&u pt ?
Xm .fcf, t.W T vk.
Thianr aiW l .f atvt W
I djr of fM' rate la o-sr si arr at ! ie haH-wotiiiag; Carnarr and
! aa tL N4 5 the tissc irf r free ! rcfcanic rranenthrr theW lh!r aal
f : . f . m - m .:. a. Fill at f m -A a a .
The Conspiracy JKxposcd.
t It has transpired within tho last few
days, that one of the schemes of tho
convention-ploUcrs is to establish in
North Carolina, a system of ri'ru rwe
voting, the same eystem that ibrmcf-
y revailed in rirgtnia, Kentocky arid
pcrhaj Isomc otbent ot the Southern'
states. In o'het 'words, those who are
entitled tjo the suffrage, instead of vot
ing by bsil lot as they' are now' permit
ted by lajw to do,' will be obliged to tel
the judges of election tbo'Oucs for
whom they role, so that all bystanders
1 - 1 . 1 s. . r
may near, auu uio tow ho given is to
be entered into a boolHctpt by the poll-
holders, so the same may be inspected
The purpose of this infamous prop
osition is apparent. By tho system of
voting ov uauoi, me pmren can cnoose
his -Candidate and no one but himself
can know who tho person may be. In
this manner the voter is protected from
prying curiosity, auu can givo bis un
biaased suffrage without fear of.TCaultA
That is. he is absolutely free trom out-
i Jo iuUueuces. But if tho rira voce
system is adopted, many a man, hot
having the moral courage to act nide-
iHjndently of outside interference, will
either vote contrary to his inclination,
or will not try to givp expression to his
choice at all. It is One of the most
oucnsive restrictions tliat can be im-
posed upon freedom of action, and
places many men (such is their natural
timidity of disiosition,) within the
jtower of those who have stronger
The first application of the rira rocr
plan is to be made when the amended
constitution is submitted to the people
for ratihcation or rejection. Ihe con
vention bill provides as follows: "Nor
shall said convention pass any ordinan
ces legislative 111 their character, ex
cept such as are necessary to submit
the amended constitution to the people
for their ratihcation or rejection, or to
convene the tcneral Assembly.
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'llic plot is simply this : The Legis
iturc that passed the convention bill
is to be a,rain called together: and by
the tcrtns of the law, the convention, if
it has a majority of democrats, will sub
mit the question to the people. But
ho'.v? TJje voters will be required to
come before the poll-holders and sneak
out how they wish to vote, instead of
casting a secret ballot as they. now uo.
In addition to thi, tlm convention will
require voters to produce- their tax
receipts belorc they can vote at all.
By these appliances, thousands of citi
zens will be prevented from giving ex
pression to their freewill, and the "sub
mission to the people" will become a
ree. This plan bus been seriously
licu.fic.d by the leading conventioii
dollerls. and its adottion agreed upon.
Tho jotily method by w hich it can be
lefeatexl is to elect delegates to the
convention who are opposed to amend
ing thq constitution, and who will ad
journ the convention so soon as it shall
assemble, the people should not de
lude thk'insclvcs by supposing they can
rote ddwu an amended constitution il
it does not suit them, lor it maybe
many 1 1 them will nave no opioriiiy,
but tlujL one now presented, to vote at
ill. IVt them lie warned in time,
A.-f Xhiih .y.f. .
Another Falsehood is being told to
prevent coloied men Irom voting, to the
elicit thai they will bo obliged to pay
their jkI1 tax before voting at this elcc
tii.i. This is living induilriously cir
etilatei, but we would say to tbacolor
ei folks there is not a won! of truth ill
it, and they ought not b allow'thcin
bvlves to be deceived. It the democrala
amend .lhe constitution, however, they
will put this in, and after the present
election, uulcssthe republicans succeed,
it may le the law, that no matt ran
vote unless he produces his tax-receipt.
The. .Wilmington (N. C.) W calls at
Untio i to the fuel that twrcnty-hvc of
the uiembera oi the couvcutiott of 1W1
tliat look North Carolina out of the
Union are caudidaU-s for the cut ca
tion of lT'i, besides the ex-t Vnifeslcrate
?U-tl4- Attorney tiviieral. It should be
reiaemlierrd that these men itt ldl
pretended to lie lovt-rs of the Union.
They pretend now that the State Bights
issue is dead. What can reasonably be
exported of them c&crpt a repetition of
their former treachery if they shall un
fortunately get omtral of the conreo
lion? W'ttitsn-ftom RQubttfli. .
A vitc for the anli-cnarentiAn can
di.Lilra is a vote agaitfl saddling aa
rnrutouj debt upon the peofde.
If you do not wth to be boon. I hand
auj fH ly Ihearmeinee and dicta
tno of the old-time "ra'ing cUmsea,
vote against ronvenUan.
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.Democratic lawyer well know that
thousand jnslgwtenUi are now chain
ed up by virtne of the dri-Mxt of onr
lpnbtican prrtna Conrl in rrtation
ta lhe rHrrprcttve action of ibe If wne
trad. iVmocratk' lawyer well know
that lliojio-l of mimS wykr now
away wilt Ue pUcr-l in ihctr bamla far
enikctMm if a new apeeaae Ovnrt can
beLadwhkh wt! declare the retro
pectire fcalnrc olf iW hMne?ed
frry Ivnvwiatk: lawyer U in favnr
f tke rtwtvtrwiMat i.Mri
mmm tbt tW kpiiHi, peyii.
Mnaf Ifhlkan twmHHmXmn V-M
4 the revWaueniHCA.
TWnr rnm lUn4lrh cwa4y a
4 a r 4 a that Cran A Unsart vd
rvwm. TW ciSa a t ngjwttJ'ialHagfw
Tt - - - ' t . V - . .
I www sy tim afnaatuwa mm
. (-"ti:. Mil
Tho Way Di. Cook tcntl toi- Ibe
.1 ,!TmlUr Glenn. '
That brazen renegade, Glenn, of Yad-1
kin, after having betraved the Unjon f
men of Yadkin twho elected him, ii
now stumping' for the DemocraLs. litis
Is the way Dr. Cook of Wilkes took '
him down at Yadkinvillo last Friday :
"Gleifn, tho Lieutenant (fovernor, so
called, wrote Mr. Myers, of Yadkin, a
few days before ho betrayed his ; party.
In this letter ho said tho Democrats
wera thieves and were stealing tho peo
ple's money. "Now," said Dr. Cook in
his reply to Glenn, "too Lieutenant
Governor aays lie wast the whipping
post, and be says thai when thieves arc .
convicted, yw should take them out
and cuktheir infernal hides.' Thia was
Glenn's exact language. Now he says
the Democrats are thieves one day and
the next day he is found in the den of
thieyes. What did be, go there for?
Wa4 it to partake ol the plunder?
Was it to gel the benefit of the stealing?
If stjj, who will 'cut kisiafemal hide?7"
Have not Democratic lawyers tried
to have tho 'Homestead law declared
unconstitutional? It is certain that
they have, and it is known that Judge
Merrimon, who is now slumping the
State in the interest of tho Democratic
party, was untiring in hiscitorts to hare
Ibis great outrage commuted.
XE I V A I) i'WISEAIKN JT2
OX MARKET STREET,
BKTWEEN 8KtX)Nl AN1 TIIIKI. IN
the buNluess iMirl of I ho ell v. Vnlemlui
Ikmo-U both traiiblt-nt' anil iTruianclit.
House newly furnit hod.aod Inl.le well iun-
plled with every luxury the niurkt l uHoi J.
xermif tuouoraiv. mt -
auf I 11 iu
TA MEETING tb' Till". lIIIKf-rolt.s
ot tlto lUnk of New Hanover, Ii. lU thu Usy.
aiviuenu 01 nvo Hr ent. wnx nlnr'l
out of luc earut;iK ol U10 lUnk lor
I hi ho.1
nix moiitliR. rxiyable mi uii I H
H. 1. WAI.UVCK
July oltl, 1S71-81
ly iiuraiilllly aii.l woilli. m-n
for HluMruUsi cuLnloKUu Ixloru biiylutr.
e inuiiularluri-r. ' KUWAItl
I'ULITH. WuhIiIiikIoii, N J , Jolyt-oui
MIK MEMHKIW OK TllK KKl'L ML.It'. N
. KxreuUvr Coaimltloo ut ISow llaiiuvrr
Hd 1'endcr Ctouatlv aro rMiui'ilH lo Iw
iirtwrnt at a inocllni; of iuUi I a mill. to
tf belli hI llic t'ourl llou' in WIIuiiiikIuii.
on MiuiiUy, A us 11 si l7', allu o'riuck.
.M. ny order (tommiUts-.
is. II. MANNINGS, (.'halruian.
II. K. Si-orr. Kcrri'lary.
July M. ls:zi
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
AT Til K HENHEI.A Kit lDbYTr ( II Mr
ISNTITl'TE, TKUV. N. V.
Jiiktrucl'on very ;rartlt-al. An vai-
uQriiirt-il In Hum ixnintrv. i.hwlu.i..
obla'n .xiflli-nl inaill.Hiii. 11iiiB s. it
Itilli. rurllii' Aiimitl Iti-ulkU-r. foiiImuuki:
Improvnl Cuurtvf ul sl u.l . Pltl lull ittrtirii
litrs. addrvii I'not. CIIAIIL.1-M liUuW.NK.
Nw an. I tn.-iiru! ilri.lL-ii A.
i Au.btiui kkwauu i"crns vvmi.uik.
ton, N J July !-.!
Pay Your City Taxes.
OOJlI o Tmkasikii. m Chi i.tilni.
CITV or W ll.m.MT.is.
July j;ib. i: k
1 ii( Imcii 1
TAX JatKM rll Im'. Ii w .
rmlM.ll Ml tllU ..111. . II... n.
drrKiied in now -ri .ttit to i,Or-rt !!.
liyiari. imi Hl Klal at. Imm uJ
rnriy hf !.'.
Al.l. I'A Ityi 5S urr ll.virt.Mr iHiUMnlaa l
n-ttsl I.. e VP III l MialUrr ObltirUialr ml
tv-aU.Hi. ami U. l m llila uOmm uad "i-ay
up ' ailltoul lurllK-r delay.
1T ItH IM.N.S at mtm, tw . .
iajuitit ufCtly Tav.
T C, NJIViav
. Treasure mnilUiiu
Jlir . ti
'IMIK L'NlVKIUslTTir NiiTil l .M.n.
TaUliifclilultuu wilt b',c(.u .mi Hm,
1st Monday of Saabr neat.
IhelrrmrndlnfUia ?n. Ttianty in Jut,.
'""S ViMWlloo .4 two Wn-ki al 11,0.1
ma4 U baa bivo ro-oncwolanl on tlx.
Drajilnn.nMnMnlht. Iwivrvir. tlarrvcar
rtewlar Art, Mrtcy and Aettmiiut.
In.UarU.Mi vlliUgivtn In ta br.nrh,,
Immiae usually iaothl In U. ort (Wirt.
Hprrlal Inctrorlioit wklrl in A r lewllnrv
and ll. Aln-tBiile Aria. Aa at-l rltt
baa twa aptmalrdl. TVa aotMn.c tt
tout lily rrpmltni lor Uw rryUoi of f al
fa a ltd mj ktaafptita.
Kar rimitniiUMbn .4 iK .
Mrrrvtarr ' Tto.
pii Km: wiii.ni ax i4.ia-ritN-111 1 1.
I M in ooal iwllmr pta wo lk rt
1.rlay la Aaaoat. i Sww llao
roomy lor la cSmtw. mi mm mmmwmtmg
lowaMthlfi oArm, tU -
Mnlw, ot ToMlily t1mk.Mw 1 mmm
aod tavrve WOwid CoaaaalUo.
rmCRALi lirr.atAnilhi, Itaav 1
2fKTf ASt C.rK -lt Tv ail
Vn ataoraov ao lint, ooat oo
Jtnr iiaaiovtaa a jii rriuta n
TI n-TWo !! lo to ac Ua mmU
a. It atAli
nWrtff of Xeo ltaooorcoot.
tXKjra AXt oct convvni.
it. f- May a-
p A kTt mmt fnooa
aaaoTtrtal of iux Cawsooov
t mt U rVntl
mrtft? eoS on ftao MoaoT to 10
Mao aoayt ao4 ooaata Uaot Conun
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