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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1SS0.
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Our candidate for Governor ariived
in this city on last Thursday on the
evening train from the south, and took
room's at the Commercial hotel, 'where
he was serenaded and spoke in response.
linft for the first in
4..rtin and twenty-jije cents per line and where speeches were made by Mr,
l)re:icu additional insertion. r
Eight (8) lines, Nospareil type, con
Htitute a Huarc.
Everitt. Hon. W. P. Canaday and U.
E. Sjcott, Eeq. In the morning Judge
.Buxton proceded to Rocky Toint and
'addressed a large and enthusiastic
meeting in a speech of two hours,...-
The speech was a model nsa.disquis-
I . n-i
The Wilmington ition upon public anairs. f nere was
completeness about it that was admira
ble. And the conclusions . to which it
arrived were so plain and unquestiona
ble that they were understood and car
ried conviction to everybody. Nobody
could have listened to this masterly
address without a feeling of, pude in
our noble candidate and the principles
which he represents. ' i
In summing up the deeds of the -Republican
parly, the Judge presented a
splendid array of facts, both as related
to the nation an the party in the state.
He gave a summary of the Constitu
tion of 18G8, and its beneficient provi
sions, as follows : " -
- The subscription piHce to 1 he WIL
m i kg ton Post U $1 00 per year;
uix months 75 cents, i
be addressed to The Wilmington
I'ost, Wilminnton, N C.
All advertisements will be charged a
the above rates, except on spcciarcon
tracts. J I ' ' -
For the Senate,
II EMI YE. SCOTT.
For the House,
WILLIAM H. WAJ)UELL.
JAM Ei WILSON.
- - F.r SUcriff,
HTKl'l'EN II. MANNING.
Fur i:-piitrr of Deeds, 1
"JO.SKPH E.SAMP80N. '
' For Treasurer,
' ' i "'" :
V'or (! Titfr,
EUWAKD I. II iWLElT.
J'4orOonstable of Wilmington Townshij
joiin c. aaiTii.
Ij.st wm. i
. Let tvcrylody go to, the polU and
voir, fur Oarfield and Arthur, Duxton,
IJarriiigcr and the htale ticket, all our
t-Kfulidatcs for Congress, especially W.
p. Canaday of the third district, all the
caud'uhUcH for Uie legislature, coun'y,
a nil town officers, whop we are permit-tt-1
to sekcUby the gracofj the Ral
eigh clique. : i
Never did Col. Mabson's Boys in
Blue look so splendidly, or march with
a step so even, or keep, in ranks as reg
ular as on Thursday night. .They,
formed at the Giblem Lodge building,
and moved soon ! after to "The Oaks,"
escorting Hon Geo. B. Everitt, who is
one of the two electors at-large. When
Mr. Everitt had concluded his speech,
they marched by Fourth to Market,
down Market to Front, up Front to
the Weldou station, where they receiv
edGen. Rufus Barriugcr, and after he
and Mr. W. P. Canaday had spoken,
retired to - their Armory. They were
saluted along the route by cheers of
gentlemen and ladies. f
Mr. Everitt's address at the p.iks
was as charming as all his oratorical
performances are.al though his voice,im
paired by oyer exercise, weak at first,
grew weaker till the end. There aro
few political speakers in curtate who
maintain so constantly an aggressive
ness so audacious, and at the same
time so pplished, and who soar so often
on the gay wing3 of fascinating speech.
He has been winning palms all through
the canvass, and that last night was
one of his choicest and proudt of his
1. The homstead and the personal oratorical triumphs.
property provisions, by which each cit-
izon holds $1,000 of real estate, and
$000 of personal property.
2. Th mechanics and laborer's lien
on tin ir work lor their pay.
The abolishment of the iniprison-
Gen. Barrincer mado only a brief
address, on account also of his voice,
but what he did say was to the point,
coyering the local questions of the
oUs tidings from the
ahd bringing joy-
funds, &c, &c,
in town until
a jia.hi: i.ii:.
Mmincr copies an
takeu for their
14 oi hepi. zii.
article from the Pofiildf September 22d,
IS7G 'written by Jp3E J. Cassidy,
V.wa editor of tho Post whilo Mr. Can-
Kilty vsus making hisjianyass, denounc
in" kuklux, and intimating th
i might be vvngeancn
I ntrncitios, 1 .
Mr. Uassidy subsequently Wrote an
artii'le disavow ins th!
1870, witirrirawing it,
that lie and not Mr. Cauaday wrote it.
This roorback, a meatj ud sncakiog
luiuk r, has lecn drugged out for mali
cious purpose, thinking it to be too late
li di ny it.
IM'k out (or this Hiid
tttf S'liiic k inil. IVoni 1
v s. 1
T'. S - W. Ii I f ll:i
I I I III lllf I tlltl .T. 1'f
jiiinintr tint it is our
mcnt for debt, relieving the poor from where he has spent! most of the can
suffering except for crime. vass. On the subject of county gov-
4. Th,e ad valorem system of taxation, ernments, Jarvis railroad trades, the
5. The equation of taxation and the squandering the sthoo
pou to wjv. i l he was, tnort, saarp
6. The loc.il self governmentinclud- Gen. Barrinsrer staid
irig the election by the people of all the Wednesday night, and then took the
state officers, all the judges, and all the Central six p. m. train to' Abbottsbari',
couuty and township officers. ; aQJ spoke at Eliz ibcthtown oh Thurs-
The Judge arraigned the Democratic day, and was driven thence to Fayette
legislature, and government, for tte(fol- ville. 1
lowing odious and injurious acts j . There were loud calls for Canaday
1. The infamous and oppressive road when Gen. Barringer closed. Ifc w3 said
law, which imposed on poor men in by his friends that he made the best
a n r i A 1 . i !
in many cases aj or ow per year i speecu ot tne campaign, iif; merci-
2. The landlord and tenant act, most leasly ridiculed Snackelfarcl Ar taking
,i CANADAY. IN PENDER. ;
Loko Creek, A
i Pender Uounty, Oct. 29, 18S0. J :
Mb. Editob: . . .
I deem it proper to dot down for the
Post a few thoughts bearing on the
contest in Pender. All three of the
parties are hard at work in our county.
The Bourbon Democrats haye nominat
ed unpopular men, and the Republican
ticket will sweep the county by four
hundred majority. The Greenbackere
claim three hundred votes -for their
candidates.here. They figure out two
hundred and fifty of them as Demo
crats and the balance they say are
publicans. I am not versed in politics
but I claim to have a little common
sense, and I can see without spectacles
the signs of the times, and I give you
what I am sure1 is a fct, when I state
that nearly every Republican in Pen
der, will be found voting next Tuesday
for Mr. Canaday. and for the balance
of the Republican candidates. The
Democratic speakers in this ( county
have come down so heavy upbn Demo
cratic Greenbackers, and called them
by such hard names that they are mad
and will never vote for Shackelford, or
other Democratic nominees.
There is nothing more certain than
the election of Canaday. He has been
speaking in Pender, and the white la
boring classes, as well as the eclored
people, like him very much, and many
a Democrat in all our townships will
vote for him. He spoke here on last
Monday with much ability and effect
and made several converts by his speech
among the Democrats. He spoke well,
and no one can deny it.
; Mr. Canaday feels for poor people,
white or black, and there is no better
previnct, that said elector has, by rea
son of his removal had his name erased
from the registration books of the ward,
township or precinct from which he
has removed. "
The aboye clause from the Legisla
tive Act plainly determines that an
elector is not required to produce a
certificate bf erasure of his name from
the registration books of any last voting
place, unless the same be in the coun
ty in which he now resides, j 1 1 '
t United States Statateisl i
There is another important (duty to
which the attention of every judge, In
spector, or other officer f election who
is to receive, count, certify, register, re
port, or give effect to the vote of elec
tors, i3 called, and that is the Elective
Franchise Act of the Congress1 of the
United States Title XXVI of ! tho Re
vised Statutes of the United States.
Electors who may be denied their
rights aro also interested ia knowing
the remedies and penalty provided by
such law, If wrongfully deprived of
their vote by any person. Tho follow
ing ere sections
V : r TITLE
THE ELECTIVE FHAXCUISE.
Sec. 2007. henever under the au
thority of the Constitution or Laws of
any State, or the Laws of any Territo
ry, any act is required to be done by a
citizen as a prerequisite to qualify or
entitle him to yote, the ofTeyl of such
citizen to perform the act required to
be done shall, if it fail to bd carried
into execution by reason of the wrong
ful act, or tho omission of tae person
or cfficcrchargcd with the duly of re
ceiving or permitting such performance
or offer to perform, or acting; thereon,
be deemed and held as a performance
in law of such act; and the persons so
jr person. iuo iouuw
of the Act referred o :
at there oppressive to the tenant.-
oliu r lit a ot
opinion hal he
n'nlit l' hi'tif than-apolor
t-i.siii!; hy iinpIiyiUioH ftr ihr ku v.!ux.
. if prisons w ho were convicted
ul'.'UtrngCK and iimrdfjn", and who were
Bl impcd with the sti.'jma of degrada
t m by twelve of tne nWt eminent men
of Vie mate of North jCarulina '.can't be
e'rvatrd into uiartyra by partisan in
Jl'I.-UK HIIXTOM IaNP Tit K II A-
We ucliee that, the Peiuot ratic
speakers conliu'ue to reiterate the
8. Tho repeal ot tho county govern
ment law, which slinks in the nostrils
of the people,
i. Sale of the Weatern N. C B";
road by Jarvls.
5. Jarvis in connection willi special
taxw. ' '";-'
JudgeiBuxiou'scO Jimcnts upon the
4th and 6th itsnis were severe and ter
rible upon JarvisL He showed that by
the sale of the roud the id t5 was de
frauded of $.1,006,000, without receiv
ing anything of aecouut, and dec'ared
that it. he' was elected Governor be
would uso ail his oihcii.1 p wtr to rip
up Hiid fliinihilalo this i in fan; una trans.
JJel)Wcd by the IrguIaUve rtCArda
that Jarvls voted for millions of the
special taxes, and defied contradiction
of his st'temeuU We never listened
to a more eloquent and triumphant as
to the woods and avoiding a joint can-
vas and Kornegay for his wild, loose,
senseless and visionary theories qu the
subiect of fiat money and rikE-babies,
Tl,J.iUii. logs were n splendid suc
cess, and consolidated
for Garfield, I'uxtou'i
SKSATOK VANCK'ri OllUclt.
io very election
bu re-elected as
.'During the war, at t
at which Vance was to
Governor, he caused to be issued the
following order: j
Ex. Depart'tof ISoktii Carolina,
A l'J UTANT-ti KN EK A Ltj UtlCB,
U-tlcigh. July 25' ,
The Governor direct that you have
your c mm a ml under urni 011 tne Oay
of election to localities wUtre uie
sertf rs aud conscripts jiuay be threat!
ing, to protect tho polls.
Very respect fully
your obedient servant,
I. G. Gatun,
friend of the laboring man to be found
I learn that he wasa poor boy.and a self I offering and failing to vote, nd being
made man, and never rubbed his head otherwise qualified, shall be ehitled to
against any college wall, lie is young vote ia the same manner and to the
and in his prime and full of the spirit same extent as if he had in fact per
of improvement, and will make an ex- formed such an act. j 1
cellent Congressman. He is for clean- .Sec. 2008. Every judge, inspector, or
ing out our rivers by money to be sent officer of election whoso duty; it is to
h-ere by an act of Congress, and this receive, count, certify, register, report.
will make our lands of more value, and or give cflect to the vote of such citi
scatter money to our laboring meD. ile aen, who wrongfully refuses i or omits
is for making the Cape Fear river a free to receive, count, certify, register, re-
stream : but Mr. Suackelfcrd wants to port, or cive effect to the vote of such
hamper the thing by .paying damages! r!H" -- - fuiuU j uy mm
ig a jew ncu rneu v,uo now oppress tne 1 ci nis amaavic, staling suca oner, ana
people alone, by . their heavy taxes for the, time and pVace thereof, and the
freight as it comes down from the up j name of the officer or person whose
per coupties and Fayctteville. In fact, j duty it was to act thereon, acd that he
ur people in Tender, Jregard Mr. Can- J was wrongfully prevented by such per
aii.tv as a man ci a very 11 no intellect son or oiucer irom pcriormmz sucu act.
lt d au honest man. We are sure that I shall forfeit tho sum of five! hundred
he can do a great deal more for VSTil- dollars, to the parly ; aggrieved; by such
mitiirton aud Fayetteviiie and all parts 1 refusal or omisioa, tu bo recovered by
o( the. district, than ever Waddell kid I an action on tho case, with costs, and
and n-ui h more th&u Shackelford could I such allowance for counsel fees as the
do. IK don't carry two faces in all court may deem iust.i
these iwUrual improvement questions I Sec 2000. Every ofiicer or
aa bin rpj
mcnt, Bhackelford dees.
ia heart, hand and soul,
BOYS IN BLUE. .
By order oi CoL Mabson the Boys in
Bine will meet at Giblem Lodge build
ing, at 8 o'clock on Monday; night for
their last, parade before the election.
Let every man be present. . n v
To Liquor Dealers.
Crrr tar "Wujiixgtojc, N. ti,
- , October 2D;isso.
'pnE ATTENTION OF LIQUOB DEAL
er la called to the fotlowtnt law U Hit state
North Carolina."' -
No person or persona ahaUKUe away in
Members of the Fifth. Ward Garfield,
Buxton and Canaday Club, jou. are re
quested to meet at your Qnb Boom to
morrow evening, (Monday, NOT. JW,) j nj pubUe place, retail or acU, except upoo
at o ciock anarp to taxa jan .in .w preacrtpUcoXanraeUctna Dietician. .Bd
grand torch-light poaseaaion, j txmMUrt i.S
Scott spoke at Holly on Friday, and preettUag or ncoeedlne any pubUc clecUon .
Bannennan'a bridge on Saturday. Big dnrt ll4PNm.
crowda and much eloquence ensued. ; Ui.'
- - w mj unuua prccincu
"Any person or persona violating the pro-
Vlalona of the preceding section chall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and pun
ishable with a uqo of not leas than one Lun-
dred nor more than one thousand dollars."
-Battle's Revlsal, Section H9 and 150.
NoUoe la hereby given Uiat, In accordanro
with the above law, aU Bar Booms and
places where- Intoxicating liquors are sold
shall be clttod at 0 o'clock, r. on Hon
day.'Novnnbcr 1st, and remain closed until
6 o'clock, A.'M on Wednesday, Nov. 3d.
I Any violation of the above law at the cn
suing election, on the 2d of November, 1SSO,
Will be vigorously prosecuted. '
! 8. II. FISH ELATE
oct Silt,' Major.
OIT'ar ITEMS. ;
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Tobacco. It .
Hurrah for Garfield.'
Uurrah for Canaday.
For other locals see fourth page.
The bets advertised
uran are bona-fide.
in another col-
No interments in Bellevue Cemetery
Three interments in Oakdaie Ceme
tery this past week.
Four interments in
during the past week.
No interments in the Catholi
Cemetery during the past week.
WILMINGTON WELDON 11. B, CO.
WILMISCTOX, N. C. OcU S, ls...
The Register bf Deeds issued five
marriage license during the past TflE F05rYriFni Annna Meeting of
week. : I1"0 stockholders of the Wilmington &
Weldon Railroad Company will be held In
Wilmington, at the oflico of the Company
on Tuesday, the ICth of November next.
- , j . J. W. T1IOMTSON,
The Steam yacht Passport is receiv
ing a new coatof paint and other re
pairs. - ',''
I The reyenue cutter Colfax is under
going repairs at her wharf, loot of
William P. Canaday will be elected Wilmington, col. t auo. 11. oj.
to Congress from this District by FIF- ' Wilmisotos, n. n., Oct. : r. i.mo
TEEN HUNDRED MAJORITY. rpim v...-.. ' ' "
; liver steamer lais has been pur- noWcrs oi the Wilmington, Columbia it
chased by parties who propose taking Augusta Railroad Company will bo held at
uer 10 jacasonviue, uia, ami is now 1 the office of tho Commuir. in u-iiminrtn
on the marine railway, undergoing re
on Tuesday, the 10th of November nest.
j J. W. THOMPSON,
pf an of-
sault uiHn Democratic measures, and
' I a. more glorious vindLcation of liepubr gfent u
licart pnuciMes ana rueasureivuian was Lteut.-Culvnel . lMju.t, Ku.imI(iju,
made bv Judee Buxton on this occar Major N. C. Ilunt, jYadkin I
sioc. U was withering tq the Nort
son, haying powers or dutid
the ficial character to Uiicharge
na cinuidate. but teiisa ot tha Dwmstuns 01 this Title, who bv
i? tvery where, in public and private, bines and Confederal with others to
that he opp'.sis putting ono trade I hinder, deUy. prevent, or obUruct any
against another, but ia for giving; all citizen from doing an act required to
uie n and all call'irs. a flr and e,iual 1 be done to qualify him to vote, or from
high miiuU-d gentleman alo, au,d ;kU threats, or any unlawful mcan4,
ugainst arrai'. jia; tiia vich. IJe tellB delays, prevents, or obstructs1,
MattiiiMt 1h.1t Judce liuxton refuM'd
tiii;ti;kkorn or law:
T . ft . n .1 rA1 t.n ll.lrl-. h.
HI ,MUICC 1IU41UII H'l.-xi SIl'J tiuuuuiti nuv .uii.bouv
the Writ id llabta Corpus, and tuir can violate the law 01 tae uuueniaies
Hi. v do notwithstanding the charge I which guaranties to every
lu.- Lvtii uuthoritjtivc!y denied by right to vote, Trad tho folona and,
fjuJgo liuxton, and there ia not the look out or the Albany Peuiteaiary,"
Mlitit evidence of it truth. Judge ( there is auy violation of the' election
V-uatoVi has pr'onounciil the charge uu- law : I
jrvit i-u novcral occasions, lie did so ' 'c. f,f. ry wrson who, by
Mfljor Dowd, AJooffl,
This order was iui;d tu the otticcrs
commanding troops k'atiuiitd- in the
counties f Raiidoiph, Yadkiu and
Moore to have trMp' at the jhiIIs to
keep the peace. lK-a anybody rt-col-
mail m I "TVk am. - "IV Vw
winter? 1 ; -
ehftnpe, From every section ff the Id if-1 voting at any eleciion in any
trii-.t the Democrats arc scared, it seem;, I ritory, district, county, ci
aud the whisperings among thciri in I town.-hip, sclKHil'dUUict. mu
this county, and in all sections, l are I or ttUc Urrltorial bUb-divia
that thackelfi-rd, who cheate !;pU j forfeit the sum of Gve! hundred d-dlars
and $teumaa ou. o nomination, j to the person aggricvel tit-by, to be
un4 reat back on them, will be clcctt d I rccovertd by aMiou ou the case,
to stay at home. j I wila ccits and such allowance for
The Rev. T. Page Ricaud will, ly
request, repeat his lecture on "The
Importance of Character and how to
form it," at. Firth Street M. E. Church
Mrs. Win. Vtanctt. Owasco. N. Y. '
say ; I Lave" worn an Improved Ex
ct Wor Kidney Pad about three wrels,
and have received great relief from it
for pain in the hack.' Seead.
J.N. Beck, of Toledo, Ohio, says: I
My father, before wearing ' the" -'"Only
Lung Pad," conld not , sleep nights OS
account of his Violent Coughing, since And all llaeaa r ridncya, Ittadder
....... ,, and Lrlnary Organs ly wemrtus tbo
wearing it be has; alept soundly every x ri.... . .... Tl ,
night.-ee ad, ImproTed Eicclslor Kidney Tad.
M It i aMarrelcf IlesvlinK aad IU
It is saddenine to see our hairbloA- " ' 1!' ''r"7 ''" ": Ufc '
semiog lor the grave too early. More Slmple,8enBlb!e,Dlrect,
Cure i Back Ache
dLuion .i kenansvllle. uron P 0b,?a?dn
with others to ninder. delay, prevent.
or obstruct, any citien Jrpm doing any
1 act required t kadone to quality nim
to vote, or fnun voting at any election
in any stale, territory, district, county,
city, parish, township, school district,
municipality, or omer territorial suo
divisioo. shall be fined not lesa than
f&00, or b isaprioc4 ?o tan
a bill) lu-cation the i.bvrrnir conceded
ilisl he 'had bwul niiinformed aud
njrvi r n pcatid the sUtf menl afterwards
in Jad l:uxtu'M prf.-u!e.
TOWN t'KKCR. ,
and ilou. UeorgePv Everitt
owihaulril. aa the! sailor m, Srjack- I one wont, nofmJrer'tnan bne' HarVor
fr.rd and McLau it Tvn Vti n oe ponijur u v
. Every person who pre
aud it iout iotkv There wr re only Kiodrrs. controla. or intimidates
about voter there and they were I .nother from exercising, or in excer-
i not Ui front etruly divided as to rtij. ciaing, the right oftttaHw. 55 wff
However, they made
that each should speak 45 mt nutr, in cUtT by mean " of bribery or
To the rubtic ieatiraliy ami Kapo
dally to tho iltepubllcans of ?ew
J am reliably liuformcd that there ia
a Greeuback candidate in this county
'VttE liLtiii'lu? L.4v STATti
-' '. I -WW. ' - j
1he Dtitynf JfrjUfatra Bird ton? :
Pvceutrars ual ba furnished with a
x'Uk CCbL-,' and such
jcoussel ftfes aa the court may deem
just, j '; ;,'..! :: : 1
It ha-i wme' to our tituwtvdgc that
thcstateUw requiring the frglatlaUon
bovkz to be kpt oica b tweeu the
hour of ?uarise and sunstfl
registration booV, and, it si all be TUEJa I been observed, and many
DUTY to revise the existing registration J have bc-n made' cncerui&g
books of their precinct or t.)nliip in J The ?Ute law lr a penalty of 0e
an accurate list of eevVMrC(vi(u)y j imf dollars maximum far! failing tQ
rMittrtl U cl or township I prform th duties required under the
and still residing thertin, without re- prrcnt state law' rt5pcUi ilccliooa.
quiring such elccic'rs to be rrgUtercd j aadjuiy 'ctor vhaha boicn hicdered, I
anew, and sucn registrars hall also, It- J de'.je. cbstructeJ m dknog an act
who receives his rupport in a public 8UCh manner bat said boots show, haodfed dol!
school by teaching, which is patronized
solely by Uepblic"ns, who .it -going
around abuinr;aml jT.!if 2 Vho
puVticati paiy in cvtry waf -posaiUeV'
ind still has the audacity to k ihm
to support and elect him to the us!s
turt as a OrtenWlU. Hcpublicaus, ia
it just ad right tol do so? Lt us lock
wU to our party, asd help thvwie who
look after cur 'a'j;A,U, and not; allow
ouw'.ves to'be niUtjrd by sucha fcliow,
who has aU along got a liticc by our
lheulWi,gifor,-KverUi,aIcJas, fhrtaU ofdeptlvlef aach penona of -
UcVchord d Caoaday; ' ' ' employment or occupation or of eject- this our need and trial, when tty on
ShickclfY,rd made that nsual apeech 1 ch lJ"aA l? vUb ,! fer our
. w t t . r,t...nt .nd lauds, or other prorrtj, by Urc,U wct u,iBg t overthrow ju and
i JiisMcUan made a pleaaant and f j-, ta todtrtcU I J w ravxv
tiyaeioiis address' .1 ccuM bf cud oa fdrWr bythreau V bf tiole.ee to V down. ) J. Eta.
fbtfUtfi:uttcUM4ta4ayat himself 01 -family, ihall U punished as rilwTASD KlTTll WtHD,
ilriaattcntioo to Shackellonj w su -Thf tmhisi UoadaT aht will
utualstjle, l.venttmade tae j, Til)p Of qTEii, U ia both the First and Fifth Ward, at
Cf the day ; bis voht V,Z W.TffW U'a nadrUand thai eettala tricar dlffl.rnt time. Tbe candidates of the
from ovtr plftht, sad U crowd tUl mAaaCTrt 0f Uie DcmocraU are ap- lpub i:sn party-Caaaday)
smalt, be spoke with ,cae fnjMC4,7 1 .s.vtn sUrrd rnSilMM mmm. I Waddell. iiea. II. Maaalor.
sad with fomrutBlTt tnc'a line to iraj3)TOtts. Vu the aUabiht for Sheriff, and Jcr t $a.peo
do wiU I ad others I
iocuacuc, aoa vigor isw-iwim.;, w ao wive iotalnf w
! as U wont, aud they ail came ia "at . . f .-rp, h
! pilcilihU! Vtc &f TOLalyVWwctUthetesi
: , . ' . 1 OH Ot uv -
tween the hoars of aoarise ao4 4M?t
on each day, (Sunday excepted) it
luirtvdan ptectadia each electron,
1 . : l .-.V. IK rt.t...
StfTp VTU HIU v f f,.
tioo of asy tlcctors .rcsidi; ia such
precinct or towoship aed ;U;ed to
especially women feel this a miction.
and it is even: a greater deformity to
them thau to inrn. Ayer'a II air Vigor
averts it and uriore tbe hair some
times, ,id it 4 original color always. '
bhcriu Manning has collected and
turned over to the County Treasurer
taxes to the amount of W,l C$.71 of the
General Fund, aad $1,302-75 of the
Special Fund, making a total of f3,471
J& thus fir collected of ; the county
Il CTitEB hr all rfsofa'ls. A HKVl'
LATtUN aad KICVOI.UTlON la MoUlciar.
AlmrpUon tr dliwi r-rlimUi, tuttnM
4 So aataOMaetarr la(ma iatia.
HeiMt for oar ImUXmm 00 Kld&ry Uuuu,
Hat 11m mm mj mrufM, or irtt tT
Mail, on rvrtrlor. (i.
WILLI A f.lX;.
This Is tb
Orl(ttU and .
tr Pad. Ask
I mo othr.
r quired to be done to qualify hint to
rote, has h remedy, pemaatlT, in
the Circuit Coert of the United Sutct
for recovery of five hundred dvUara,
againtl .er rrv ko- kas hindered,
dcUitd ci oUtiocted his rrgisJration, lisia r X. cw
DHIIED STATES SALE OP 32.4E0
ICSES OF LAUD lH CHEROKEE,
GEAHAH ASD ULAT COnSTlES
t J Y lrto at wrtWia ra ruJ-l MstaU i
rutloo oi I
SaavkclUd eaa inalptellisxsmsuy
atoriea. '"-'- -;r-r-';
Spot the Repeats!
Shackelford toL lonrteett ihwaa4
UUs Urea head red aad fcsty Uk-
saa4, ne haadrtd aa4 eleven iKt 4
U( the last tD specche fee ssads aew
reeistralion, whea nes ksre eerci or voting, if properly qsaliSed.
before tec a r;trr4 t5 preeiavt J The rrqoire meats of ;Uw ahoald be
o; tdveship o uo uu af prar, la tae re-1 cheertai!y observed by every cficer or
vised list- i Irxrsoa. ia everylhleg cooceraiar the
eaU of las ballot, aal those who
Zittrt w Ar t-rr:wV vvM i j in aoi well iaforsae4 as to their privi-
siktr CMk 44k a?JUra ki -m rxUn i-.. tbockl rrcelve vn4ratioa
m mJt tffmiaci f jpa; a , trtit!t (vca greater thai . Uos w:hos im
tteifall-'fri (m (i ldce of the cUctUa law eWUcsthccs
rff tvmmtj vltrt A rf.-i, fay pnAed ihir serty iaisrsai.
The Act recites thai if aa eUctcr has Lt ,ttft tccerdrel ?h derukes
previo-asly beea adxaiUrd U ei-Uira, v thas ai O pow. or dtv eiusssas
tioalasnv wai, ooaip ee precise t f is r?shu ta tc4 Vy say sseass
i - I- . .a aM ,.. -
s Tar cocxrr s wnica ec axsiprs, 1 kjivtr, 100 cat Jrtie A-aay iw
he shaU ast be aUo4 U rtsoUt
araia ia aaothtr ward, rredact or
towaahlp U U ease Cpcrrr, aaU Lei ach UcpaViaa saale hIseU
ha rrodaces a ctIScaU tf the mis-! a Artectiva U rrrrrit &a4 at tt
trarof thtsorsaer towti wxrl w I raHs.
of a I'ntVS SW. Um Sriff4
will aBmr L mat uruds at tM I'aatnl
MaiS Cwsrt UotM la City Raitiiv
S. oa Tfcnriday tae 3fc of Jovt.
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