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(fljjhc Qjjhafham Record
Ootober 17, 1S78
THE MTV (IF l)EM0(i?ATS.
few days intervene before
when the voters of
This Ditrict will be called upon to
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tt a T.rrtfDOrl Tr "Editor ' , , . , ' rp A i plan, and hae lost but few cases.
KODON,Jr.,ditOU flon :.it0lllt0d to he forced u pun ; prise- The Chatham Record, and I do j mafee the following description,
fo77o;7fs77 V tlio sordini c(mvcntionJh.T -Peri - -I 6 UIlty W,-r varied according to agetc.:
t.H, ium... . ,.,,. r , ' aid on in making it a success. If i nr. jnnA f . af .'i , i,
HON. JOSEPH J. DAVIS. i which Tim Lee controlled at Hal-i pr0prrlv conducted, there is no est!- si? ? T! 'ulJhnn;
c:,m u.e.r oa.io ior -onu- one u.;i ' !
repns-ut them in the next House j regularly lu-niinated by the Kejub-;
Ivcpivsentati es in the rortv
itu ( onj-H'ss. otmg lias be
u-:,v tint ot:Y people do not mppi-c-
j'iopii. o.o nor ' 1 1
ciateits value and importance as
rliev should. And vet it is a pie-
cioiis privih-e obtained after years
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ol bloiHlshed, and even now not en-
joyed by all mankind. In our Ilepub
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Ul IK M. Mil' -IH. IO llll" .III-llCI Hi
our destinies, and the bulwark of
unit t;i;t! s,fi'fy. Its tUvisions are
tjui-. tly juiesred in by all. even
when coV.' felled" by :1 eol'J'Upt !iC-
tr.ruinj: lKird. ' only the igiKM'ant
and vii-i.tis use this privilege, and
tliey alone wield the mighty power
ivou to the ballot, and the intelli
gent and virtuous citizens refrain
fro!!1 it v-eivi-e ::nd quietly remain
idle, then we would mxiu see our
Coii;iiu!ii!i ti.-.iiipled under foot,
our liberties g.ue. and a wild tate
and e:nnu:nisin tai.-
aw and good govern-
jia'Mt. It ii therefore not simply a
juivihge giwn. but an iinerati"e
and s-ok nm d-iiy eiijoiin-d upon, ev
ery p'i.d eitieii. to deposit his bal-
cerv e!e tiu:i, and
witlnu hi- power to pluv the
trol of the Government in the hands
of those who will be.-t advance the
interests of all, regardless of party.
So that in the enj-uing election ev
ery good and true man should, deem
it Ids dutv, to lay aside for a short
time his business, and go to the
halkt-bu and there give expression
to his wUhes vrith the ballot.
'That c.-uies down aa soft as euow-flnkes
upon tli truzen sod,
But rxri'iit'-s n frftmm 's will as lightning
dues the will vi liud."
No man should deem Lis one vote
a of no irr.j'ortant-e. bur let him act
as if it would decide the election.
The' importance of this election can
not be overestimated. It mav
rhanire the direction of politics for
year- to conic,
the policy of th
It mav entirely alter
lie .National tiovern-
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meiit. Itnuivbe the dawn of a
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new ano. nrigmer era in our Colin-
again have a majority in the House
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oi itepieseuraine, aim astiieirina-
joi iry in the Senate is already se-
cured, we will once more have en-1
U, we win once more have en-
.nr.l ..f tl,, r.,,:j..t; ,1.
pnrtmcnt ot the Government, and
ado g-iins, and there U everything
, encourage and Emulate us to do '
ir dntv b. tin - lilt,.; v
u dutv m this District. All
wo asi, is tnat the Jcmocrats shall
simply do their duty, and that duty
is, to cast their vote's for their gak
tr s hi.Mory. It may restore to us As von already know I feel n .tpit.Wiv : lK Ull'm-T iOU t in veix"i hdace. Do the colored ueoole see no Natives at
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the prosperity and blent v of the interest in thr-material development : lme wn. words ctin describe, the ' sigu.ifieance in these tWu ?Ruleigh i "'"" there may
.r 1 m:;lv ' , ' -and welfare of good old 6'haUiam 3?? t w.hlch we ,tahl , News. : lay in assigning homes,
good old ti ne. AeeonhdentlyiT3e.fore leftvi -tll0 conntVt ele; : 1 other journals to first peruse the i i Person, wishing to
believe, and every indication be- i years a-o, T made up my mind that : , RD" . e lovf(1 Ch:ltnflln Murder in Pitt. , Baptist State Oonvention
tokens, that the Democrat will it would, at some time, become' almost to insanity for years, and will ; a lmrrib,n.,i..w ,.nr .1,, ut ' venes in Charlotte on
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of every true man. 3ut
Voting1 is 1
1101 me omi uury. r.very man lias
some iniluence over some other
pel con, and it is bis duty to use
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that iniluenco for good. Do not
rest ftitfcticd Avitli sinily voting
il I )Vi .1 Ir lilif fi it- l...l.
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hiiois vote also. If anv one of
s unable through infirmity to
1.1 n -i .i"7
,nt tM fl. ,.il 1.:... -it 1
Jlccnnicvt, be zealous, be active,
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T e, V , t ell-doing.
lieiojsa eoniinittec 01 three in-
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01 three 111
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every town J P in his county, and
vet what are thev dome I Are von
examining he registrar s books, geiw
tlemen of the committee Are you ;
urging those to register, who have
nc t heretofore registered Are you ;
urging upon your neighbors the ini
portance of coming out to the eleo
tion; Are you making arrange- j
n.ents to convey those to the polls,
who cannot otherwise ret there f If
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vourdutiex and von omdit to mve
oUi win its. aim ou ou0iu 10
voiir places to others who will. Xo
iM.in-o 011 an iiiiiinniiue, who uol's
;i..t intend to disvburge his duties.1
icim s.anoanioearer, ,io.sein J. Da- Egypt, to Greensboro will give a pow- ,u , . 118 KmS-
vis. re can elect him, and wo will ! ; erful impulse to business all alon Lt nbtless, be a rare occasion,
Let that be the fixed deiermiiiMtion the line- Think of the coal mines aS l, said .;i1e Informs magnifi
uli.ic lucu ( Ciunmutio.i , ccntly on the '-blow your horn Billy"
publish in another column :i
"'Her irom mige Ue:..lVn which
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I'lO'll Ssi 1 ltl. if 11. iff ...,fl..... '
wi() luixt; wm inMvn alul 23 j
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h-lvtiirn to the canvass, and re-
As matter!? now
ml, Mr. Turner is the only lie-
tnb!i,.n :,d;d.,t,. r.W4i:
v . , . ,
: Iii-nii hxivi.tivo Committee winch
is, of course, the oiiuial action 0f
;,ml vi,!iti can not Uv
it. A ill they not rather vote,
weeu the two, lor Mr. Davis,
who will in the future, as he has ;n
the nist. le,nlate for th, W. int,r-
lllt VAU u-isiare ior rue hest inter-
TIIK STATE FA1IJ.
iion vi rue .Min i v am ma Agncu -
tural r-oeiety was begun on .Monday.
the 11th mst., and will dose next
Saturday. Thus far it has been
H'ore l"'vly -ittendeil th-in -mv ol -
nore l"el -ittendo,l th-n, -mv ,lf
:.tu aruiHKU nun an .
its predecessors, am to-day there
w ih.il.lv h.i ........- 1. . 1
in ii v'iMi'i t "L i r ill lilt" . "I
soldierly a pj tea ram
THE DAY OF KLECTIOX.
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.et every voter remember tnat
the election will be held on 'Files-
dav, the ..th day ot jNoveniner
Every man on that dav shoul
his duty. Let there be no
at home !
Corre W0T1 dPTl A 1
FOH THE RECOKD.
"Winston, X. C,
Oct. 12th, 1STS.
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Mil. II. A. LONDON, -lit ,
Dear Sin: It is with pleasure
that I commend your enterprise in
establisning ami publishing a news
1J1 1 If A
panor, at tue county seat ot one ol
es connues in tne state the
hist three numbers of which you
T J"1" Macturing cc
me orare; wun its naw itiver run-
nillLr tlfi rorrh tn th
i jiaw jiviver run-
north to the south
ad of the county-. ;
nimii. fvr.i v.J
across the east end
with DceP River miming from the
wu" tfcP Ainer runmngr irom the
-oss the south :
;er running fiom the north-west cor-
the water-power the immense depos-
of J We 860 afc
once, that Chatham possesses natural
adviiut Bllperior to any othw
county in the State. All that she
needs is capital and enterprise to
'?r?v el hef Jast 1iatJural reces.
wiuiuiiuu yji hut) xmiu irom I
anA thn Owi xt;ii en li.a
fv ,av WiO J.111& Jil ILlll UlAt, VVlliU 1
fiiv lllU J1 t3 J 1111 III illll IflrLKl. W1I.I1 :
a full force of several hundred hands
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o nii t.wn.. .,f . i 1 1... .1 i 1- !
a woric all the time! Would thi3!J
S ??tJ e 'Jle
not bring prosperity to the whole!5
.vwiiutj i uiiimo weaim lies tuuiien
1 beneath tho surface of a large portion
ot your county, awaiting well direct-
Oil OTI (iiminoa t-n n.nlm ii- r. -..ni I . . Kl
v vu'v-iuuoo iu AAia.a.Ki lb uftnauie.
It has been my pleasure to travel 1
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over n'teen states of this Union, and
over Canada tiT.rl T Iidta x-ot
over Canada, and I have vet to see
T" ? , y P8sessLn ftS mauy
natural advantages as does yours.
T hail tLe ChjJ R 1
a sm"le county possessing as ma
Ija:ura vantages as does yours.
I hail the Chatham Record as
wiucu in ci, ucw eJi Ol lUO"lfcSS aU(l !
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"lueu 01 a new era ci progress and
prosperity in your count v,and hope
tW if .;n u,. i;k...h c," t.
jour people. Our county (Forsythe), i
though not much mi re than half as
large as yonrs, sustains handsomely,
three papers. I have many friends
n Chatham, and many who formerly
nJed there, but now living in other
tates Irtm whom I would like to
throh , the columns of the
"d- ur house takes two dailv
and eleven weeklviismerR vfit Tthiri 1.-1
and eleven weekly papers, yet I think I
i T w"lCiCSl aim 01 ;
benefit m another, therefore I en-
ciose subscrintion uric fnv L !
iours veiy truly,
GKORK W. HINSJTAW
crowd i-vi-v . .Mrl.L.il m th, - f.. 'aeUs tiian tare ; I asK a gooii many ! his platform and is streuuouslv on
. .. '' ' iniestions in reuard to tins (-roi. :is a iiiosi-1 lv t.iv ii,deniidMt Wttii 1 twenty days had secured the 6,000
on any sunnar occasion, ihe weath-: fnU abciissiou of the wbj. cr V:mld as by Maj. Yeates. ' lizard hides. The family marched!
er so far has been delightful. The embrace all these ht ads. . ; into town yesterday and offered the j
d?s'lav in aN the dep irtineilN i i Most farmtrs condemn early sow- Slll'Vevillg. reptile skins to Ingraham, who in-j
very 'ood and rchVcN much credit ' hl- of wheat 1n T'onnt of h Iies" The snrveiug corps for the Win-! fmi' thei"tl,ai bis Vffer wli9 aiest-!
H U hK!i(U llTiaunv-which they say will depos- i ston, Salem and Mooresvi lie Narrow!11? ad-huuter however, dmsj
on the exhibitors. On TucmImv it .its eggs on the young plant-hatch .Gauge Railroad is busily at work ! f and it and to-day m-j
Governor ance delivered a short -i out in tlie Spring and injure the crop runniu"- differeut ro-ites "alon" the sU,uted smt uPon Ingrahnm s note, i
ami welUti.ned adddvss. The milN ! they lfer a white frost that all iu- proposed line preparatory to a" iinal ' "tm th bef,t counsf 1 u lbe
firv commnies ,vcM.tl rd , Scts m:iy be t111 h ' loeiion of the road. The party was U,U'' . or8t '!?nUdly ob-
lai i oi 1 1 o.i 1 1 us oieseured ouwo a t i:.... t.. i ...... . . j fmn o uuiiniiijiit T?.iiQ,rii v,..ci i
FOR T1IK RECORD.
IMr. Editor : It affords me pleas-
mi. i ti
are to eoner.iuiiaTe von aim mo
ff00ll reopf0 of Chiflm (,onnt
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I OTI vfill V row nmlt i on I . Kl a OTitiiv.
lofil1( ifa vnlilA - j-ti-i. rt - 1 -.-..iw
tirulnSy the space yon offer for the
discus.- ion of agricultural matters.
An(j for ti.is KWditv . T fknl- von:
; and beg the farmers of the county to
i colnmn filled vvi
pertaining to the farrr.
seep tho column filled with matter
The great draw-back to the agri-
cultural interest of the county is the
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; lack of co-operation. Can not the
-farmers of Chatham county come to-
: rrf'TlMf thvniKrh Ilia orkliin.no r. f I ,u
! ,u V"1 T 8 ,et niP"' croupous, ulcerative, and
hear from him as to his manner of m-durnaet
jprepanrg his lands, etc., f-r seeding ? I I wil pleased to communicut-
; 1 think it a good subject to begin ! uuy items of ueviH thilt fail in
th, as the time for sowing is nowjmy pslthway. -I am in my saddle
and hen is the proper time uearly 5l)i the time.
t sow oats?
l.if nvtout. th-lf if iir.nlil li-i K, f f .
1 r tit iti 1,1 K
to reit r seeaiug oats uu September t
lor October? When is the proper;
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what st-ige of growth ought veueta-1
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in., ft.Y fMlfllimcr f l,,,wt -i V...
tion be,o it' ot most advantage to turn
is best for seediug "wheat, fallow or
stalk land? When is the proper
tini for wading wheat? Is earlv
own wheat more subjfet io disease
sowinvuuut more sunjfci ,o disease
Umi !aU-r sown ? Can auv one tell
ns ixh out the Hessian lly? Is early
C.... .l,..f lii.ir oiil-.i. ,.f u., ..4
nun !i n iirui' m-iu .-mvii..u iv iin iii,-
cnlhiralbts at the North, where this
idea of Hessian fly also prevails, de -
nv ndi ii.-!?n.-ur, to Harlv sdwii vvlw-.it .
but to the contrary where their,
! hinds are well prepared and early
f..:. .i .,vi aua i...
liHim iu.vi ititr nui, niuvu linn, uc
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to bv s orm, that he did not try to
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wutc inivi .1 uviu vi "ii-.iiu ut.-uuM-ll
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hai vest it, but tiumd his sb,ck on it, I
iiiio in .jiiv i.uiutu il me m m ori'
l . T..1-. s n :i .
to re-se-dimr in wheat, bat. ui,e tl-.l :
time came it looked too pretty to
l-low an furnin and ihe result was a
line crop of wheat. Has'nt the sea-!
ages of the Hcssiau lly ? Can some
snecpssfu hr)r ,;, nr t.e 1 iw lii iv.,..
hog raiser tell us his man-
i raiding and fattt nmg iiegsV
I 11 ii(
I Cllltin "ll'li I111K.K ......... 11. ..i.i. .('., I 1 1
- i . a Uiilti.!
others. Tell us the cheapest plan to
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iiii!5t! uur mtiu. jluh cueapest raiseu
raise our meat.
Cl'op la tho olio tLo uiot:t iiiotioy io in
Then let us exchange our
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and I sua satisfied that wo will ali be
FOR THE RECORD.
Osgood, N. C, Oct 5th, 1878.
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-l5!li ',!J1 home huances, social 1
erefit, &c, there is a great deal u
eri m onv wnnty which it is hop,
llh vecew ? was S-
i Ami why should any one be
we read o atef S7udt
lead ot a 1 eter, a Juda., a
ia"d an Arnold, and thousf
others wno yere more faithf
loved more devotedly than all others j
of their day. And by the way, it is j
reported that Joe will ffive a c.oneerf. i
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and the "cow-bell." Also. that. n-
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I v "1,4klA1s. am'-iigemems 10 i
1111111 tllti I )-.1tt-.t-ltln rii.i'f.. f. ... 1... 1 :
o ....i , iv 1 uo uus ;
. aayeriiso ior bale ;
I two inrge iron saies 1
Diphtheria has been quite preva-j
lent in this section. Anions the :
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muuuer 01 cunaren mat have died,
wei!e a Bon . . .Aiender Godfrey,
I i.um ouu Ui AlUBU XlllieSlV.
Ollil o cii if II 1 . 1 I I ; . . I 1
iin.l n o,n. .if A If 1 XT: 1
L .r J: 11 Bul1 Lai
Mr. J. R Bull lias ri rr!i nivcwl o
We all intend to have your paper,
even the hidiea .r ,.-ii.
T-n , . , ""'n iwi IU
VViT.Ii hf-Kt. WIkIiw vn-nva r
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FOR THE RECORD.
Ore Hill, Chatham Co., N. C,
October 10th, 1878.
H. A. London, Jr.:
My Dear Sir: I have received
two copies of The Chatham Record,
and am well pleased with its weekly
vists can't do without it. T on.
near irom me again.
"MV TYtwoWl pi,;ii,w -i
d".rp8 family are
j the dark river day-before-yesterday,
nno wno ltniMo1 lnt . : mi..
wivvt mat cvcuuig. xiie
; . ... " V "'i'"Vtown on .Saturday and were retained
l dev:JI'-: in town until dark. As thev were
other four sick are convalescent
There are a few cases of diphtheria
but not of a malignant character. I
!uui nuioi u miumuaut cnaraeier. l
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VA vuumexi unci iuc JUllUWJU&f
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potash finely pulverized, fifty grains
hyposulphite of sodium and tour
drams sweet spirits of lavender. Mix
t aspoonmi every two or three hours;
albo use as a gargle every hour or
two: To two ounces water add thir-
; ty grains sulphate of ciuchorniiia.
j Sixteen drops sulphuric acid, and
. !.. 1 AT.. . J.
si.iy urops uncture iron teaspoon-
f.u to be taken between the above
mixt.u,e. Brandy should be dven
ureeiv irom tlie commeiiegiijfmt. it
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J. C. KIRKMAN, AI. D.
h l VXt. II 1ST 1MCT.
i A correspondent of the Raleidi
Observer says that the Republicans
of the first H strict are very
; disaffected and demoralized. That
itisatlected and demoralized. That
if things eontinne as thev nrent.iirrs.
ent, Yeates' election is" sure Tli
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. t 1 1 1 1 1 i 11 ivi i 1 1 ii ; ,b iijix MWpniwi
t tti,u,. f:...K .....i ti.;...i n i.
Station, Rowan county. Hickory j
JJow to (i('t 31om4y.
"lvi a Deimieratic
Coi i cress-
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troiii enougti to overcome a Radical :
1"1a . i -ii.
l, ncy tnewor, ev,r saw,
oniii o iJioih- if ii V ii ill .1..
i-1"" " "o owiiiwie;
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11 tux tu" ''nd-h ! .-rsand make
m.uiey uaooos ot tne ;itim pay
l t,ix ,m "IU )
1 'uvrrnul"lJt 'lKe r !t V work- ;
xugman pay a tax on his whisky and .
tobacco. Milton -Jhromcle.
nMI . .
U llara "P'iiml.
i ilv tin. -i.l,
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brother has a hard time of it, in get-
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at iiih nanus oi ms wuue
TMiilu.oM lUuc x.rt!i CJrti-olIn:!
OTI.ua, it will be remembered bv 1
our readers, was nominattd by the
Republicans 'is Elector for the 2nd
District iu 1ST', but before the elee-
hon ho was fumd oil the ticket. This
year he securetl the
llOMlJliaili ;I1 I"l'
. j- .
! Congress in the same District
again has bad his heels ti
and a white man is to
l.-l..... .u ,i x
1,1.,,.,, 1....1 ., 1...!.. ,.aa. a.
jiio unnun niiusc ii it lilt; iiii:ei ii)
fown ou .Saturday and were r etained
very far over thi bridge before they
Death of Oeneral Martin.
The Raleigh Observer chronicles
the death at Asheville, on the 4th j
inst., of General James G. Martin, a
wen-Kuown and prominent JNorth
1 H. .! . TT . ....
Caroliuian. Ho was a native of this j
Slate, a graduate of West Point and !
a distinguished soldier in the wmv !
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wun ixexico, ana in tne late war be- -
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tween the States, He lost an arm
at Cherubusco but still remained in
the service. When North Caiolina
seceded he resigned his commission
i" me c euerai Army ana lenuered
liu n.....l . KI l. t)tl
iu the Federal Army and tendered
ner nrsc as Adjutant-Ueueral and at-
terwards m command of a brigade
m the Confederate Army. Peace to
his honored ashes.
News from the Fifth District.
A gentleman from Greensboro'
brings the intelligence that Col. John
Winston of Caswell, the Greenback
Labor candidate for Congress in the
fifth district, withdrew from the race,
a few days ago, leaving the
field clear to Gen. Scales and ex
Judge Tourgee. The same gentle
man brings the further information
that Gen. Scales' election is a matter
of no doubt whatever. The Republi
cans are apathetic and some of the
leading members of the party about
Greensboro are hostile or at least
very cool toward Tourgee.. The
withdrawal of Winston renders the
assurance of Gen. Scales' election
doubly sure. While Winston never
had a ghost of a chance of election
his continued candidature would
have drawn some votes from the
Democratic candidate. As it is the
I race is practically at an end. Char
1 1 in. i ii rt 1 . 1 1 1 rs .iiiiiii 111 ihv iiimi j
On last Sundky afternoon .the sol
emn stillness of pur town a was sud
denly disturbed by the Announce
ment that a dead negro.child had
been found in the garden of Mr.
Thomas Jordan. Aft r examining
several witnesses and all the circum
st.stnetis of the case the jury brought
it) a verdict thai the child came to its
death from foul means employed 1 y
one Delia Bake, colored, its mother,
who, at that lime lived on Mr. J01
dan's lot. Wilson Advance.
The Governor reached this city
yesterday evening. We regret ex
ceedingly to learn from him that
Mrs. Vance's condition grows worse,
and that she is in desperate health.
He is in receipt of a large number
of invitations to speak at Agricultural
Fairs and political meetings and to
deliver addresses on various subjects
before different bodies, all of -which
ha has been compelled to docline.
He will remain at the capital as long
as he can. .Raleigh Observer, 13th.
A Costly Practical Joke.
j A remarkable sivt was commenced
j in the Superior Court of Cabarrus
f county on Wednesday. A few
months auro John M. Imsrraham. a
prominent and wealthy citizen, was
applied to for work by John Forst.
tt. i.n i nil ii .i
ap inea io ior wni-K by donn Jb orst.
! He told him that he had nothing for
him to do, but that he would give
'i.;vionrMW. i.:.V t n
1 1,ini to (lo l,nt tllat
i . 000 for the.
j hzzanls, ami gave hi
' Jmount:1 . Forswl
hides of 6,000
his note for that
i A wtD'V ";V i
I nve dren, at once left for the
' monntains- There they established t
'themselves in ennm. and p.nTnmPii oef
: 1 ,
i it w:ii upou tue repuies, ana wunm
The Slllltlav School Convention.
This bdy will convene in the .city
of Raleigh on Frida, Saturday and
o i ... u .i i i i i .
i Sunday, the ist, 2nd and Jrd days of
November next. It will be com-
nosed of rMrpsMit.tiv from
' A -
t he State. These representatives are :
t. . i i . i , i .i
oi ee ouiy appointed nv cueir respe(-
,tive Sund.-u Schools-each School of ;
whatever denomination being enti -
to one representative, and only
one. 1 hese delegates are to be en-
tenained by the different Sunday !
Schools of the city free of charge.
' r..a-!s of the State will be obtained if
ae'iiidui raifs on me (imerent Kail-
,i i .
1' . .
- , . . 1 -
Ihe object of the Convention will
li. til urirtilivr. tliti yn.1.iT7 VnliN.-1
work in the State, and devise means'
' - ,nu""v kj,-iJu'
Un" u advauceiuenfc and prosperity'
'dthe cause, and toci - operate with the
International SunJay School Con
ir ls greatly desired that every
v . 1 . 1 -i - v.ii.ii ,ii ( in v:t-.,.. i.
'-"'. jihw uc icu-
resented, so us to have
'honmgh organization. S
r' Mu stel to appoint their
resented, so us to have a full and
rep resen- :
once and forward their I
' be no de- -
attend the j
, which con- j
the Gth of!
rectly on with-'
From the Raleigh Observer.J j
Judge Keade's Declination, j
Washington, N. O, j
October 7th, 1878. j
i Hon. R. G. Badger : '
My Dear Sir: I always intended 1
; that my public life should end with i
j my late term of office. Indeed I ;
would have ended it Jong ago if 1 1
could have done so with propriety. !
A. A. "
and I "have so often declared it that
it is well known.
Understanding however, that there
was a disposition to nominate me
for Congress in the Fourth District,
1 took the precaution to write you to
... -r 1 . "
prevent it, as I could nc
You read that letter before
insitimr hndv .tw1 fhrt fnet.
could not accent.
i-.i ii- r
. . .
nouneed in the public press, l was
informed that there was a like dispo
sition in the Fifth District and I
took the like precaution there. I
then left the State and did not r -turn
until the 4th instaut. Whi e
absent I saw no paper and received
no letter and had no intimation that
auother Convention would be held.
Upon my return I wa3 informed that
one had been held and that I had
been nominated to run whether I
would accept or not. I have re
ceived no official notice of my nomi
nation, and I do not know whether
it is contemplated to give me such
notice, else I would wait and give it
a respectful answer. I cannot com
plain at what the Convention evi
dently meant as a high compliment.
Such I esteem it, and I fully appre
7 UU44VklUj MUD
I' must firmly adhere to my previous
ciate tne conndence manifested, but
announcement that I cannot ' accent
I am unwilling to give the assent
which might be implied from my si
lence and, therefore, unless it is the
purpose to have an official corres
pondence, I must ask the favor of x nn
again to give this notice to the public.
Highly appreciating the public
confidence, and being truly grateful !
for it, and much obliged to you for j
I am, very respectfully,
W. C. McHIAGKIN,
: ;j General ; ,3
East end Citizens National 'Bank,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Consignments of all kinds of Mer
chandise and Prodnce solicited. Sat
isfactory sales guaranteed and prompt
returns invariably -made, for moder
ate commissions. ;
b Cotton Received also on
Storage at Moderate Rates.
Raleigh Daily Cotton Market Re
ports and the latest changes in New
York and Liverpool Markets forward
ed every day to patrons.
Refers to Raleigh National Bank
ana the business public of the city.
A large invoice of MILBURN
WAGONS for sale at $75 each; sub
stantial work and warranted.
OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES at
$80 to $100 each; workmanship and
,r , Av ' c ?r V 1
j ?,Iea1?. ChT?Ps' 5wn &tuff' North '
i Caroll n;i Hums. Skips nun Stim-ittara 1
Flour, Com, Oats, Fodder, Hay,
7, 7,:, , """ V"
j rolma Hams, Sides and Shoulders,
!n ff a11 kluds of Produce always
m store. seol9-3ui
D. T. JOHNSON.
; wuviUiAOiui wuvvmA,
Two Doors Nortb Market, Wilmington St.,
Raleigh, TJ. C
v ars now in receipt ot onr;
tn . ....
'. f GroCelle8' consisting in part of
We are now in receipt ot onr fall stock !
Which we offer at prices as low as the low- j
HIl conen?,fn- Ample room for storajre
: "iiiun Kivu w me emeoi
: coocMi ; ior mow wio wjbu to hold l win
1 charire low rales ot storacre and make cash
. . . x ..... inM,o ui 011inc AU
advancements on cotton left
: t'orreStlOJldi'IlCH solicited
1 1 in
D. T. JOHNSON.
2 l) ors North Market, Wilminiitou St.
In view of the expiration of our
1 . . .
P"""smp ana a new ousmess ar
rangement, we now offer our
LARGE and FRESH STOCK
At Cost, to Close Out.
Now is the time for all in need of
! Come one. come all. TIip.ra rrnnA
must be sold.
You can save 25 per cent, by
attending our daily sales.
NEW FALL STOCK NOW BEING
PUTT'S" & JOltf ES,
Raleigh, N. C.
. E. G. UARRELL.
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO,
Wholesale and Retail
RAIEIGH, N. C.
! Everything in our line f uroished PROMPT- j
LY and at Lowest Prices
Special terms to Teacher, Merchants
and Sunday Schools.
Complete Catalogue of School Books sent
free on application.
CITIZENS NATIONAL RAN If
IIH 1 UAIIK,
RAIiEIGH, N. C.
J. P. GULLET,
Retail Dealer and Jobber of
Mm M Domestic Dry Ms,
Notions, White Goods, Hat?, Boots,
Shoes, Fine Hand Made Shoep, Clotbing.&c.
Bf Agent for Frank Leslie's Cut Paper
J. T. MOOItE,
A. A. THOMPSON
RALEIGH, N. C.
SELLING COTTON A SPECIALTY.
W. S BODD,
Raleigh, N. C,
Sole Agent for the Sale of
EGERTON'S SCOTCH SNUFF IiH
; And n.,ior in
FLQUR q TT A v n pot nvr.
j FI0TJIVTSV A ?0LTEI
j Consignments of Country Produce solicited
JOHN G. WILLIAMS,
w. s. PimrnosE,
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
This Company will insure yonr
Dwelling, Mill, Gin, Store, or other
building on the most reasonable
All losses paid promptly. En
courage Home Institutions. Insure
in a .first class Home Company.
I H. A. LONDON, JR.,
j septl9-3m Agent.
J. J. THOMAS.
; commission iTicrcnant and
NO. 8 MARTIN STREET,
Rulcigli, IV. C.
i vv in maKe nDerai Uasii advances, with
! low rate of interest and storage hr(M
I upon sucii cousicnments..
j SR-fer8 to Citizens Xational Bank F3
Opposite Market Place, Raleigh.
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of
! Gold & Silver Ware,
j Watches, Clocks, Masonic and Hair Jewelry
i Watch Repairing and 23n
I graving Promptly Executed.
SEALS &c. MADE TO ORDER.
TV. H. & R. S. TUCKER
I -Have the pleasure of again pre
senting their entire fall importa
tion and purchases in the xoktiiekn
TIIK LATEST PARIS FASHIONS.
RARE AND CURIOUS NOVELTIES
For Carriage, f
We are prepared to show, our pa
trons and the public a stock of
Novelty and Staple
. Velvets, tfce., &c.9
unequalled in variety, magnitude
Remember our motto: "The
Debt Goons at the Lowest CASH
W. If. 4 R. S, TUCKEIL
XK. T. BTOZIZLES i CO.,
GROCERS AND ! ;
No. 3 Exchange and No. 5 Market Street,
. JLVLEIGII, N. C. K v
In store and to arrive A Large and
Well Selected Stock oi
' ); '-. .and-- fc
Which we offer as Low as Any
.; One! , : . ; . ,
Consignments Solicited Liberal
Cash Advances made on Cotton
Stored. , s i
Correspondence Solicited by
m;: t. Tvoii-iH & co.,
sepl9-8m ' Raleigh, H. O.