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LEVI P. MORTON, "
Of New York.
REFUBLlSy STATE TICKET.
OUVKR il. DOCKERY,
of Richmond connty.
roll 1.I61TESAKT-OOVEIISOR I
.IFTFR C. FBITCHAKD,
• of Madison county.
KOC 8ECRBT*RV OF STATE :
(fEOUGH W. ST.\NTON,
of Wilson county.
FOR AfWTOR OF FTATE T
GHAULBS F. McKKSSON,
of Burko county.
FOB MATE TBEASIHKK :
GKORGB A. BINGHAM,
of Bowan county.
FUR .si'i’niisTEXDEST OF mii.ir
.lAMli.'J B. MASON.
.f Orange county.
loi; .ATTiHlXEV-ClKNKnAI. :
TilOMAS. 1*. UKViCUKUX.
Ilf Wike county.
For .\Fsociatc Justice of the
Supreme Court—tu fill the vacancy
enuaed l>y the death of ^onias 8.
M’n.MAM A. GFTnJUE,
Ilf Durham county.
For .\Fsocmto Justices of tlic Su-
prpiiii' Court undFT uiiicndmciit to the
DAVID M. Fl’UCIIES.
of Iredell county.
UALl'II ?. BL'XTON.
of Curohertand county.
FUR I’osiiKi.i's—SIXTH nisTHicr:
Rtriinhlirnn County Ticket.
Senate.—R. E. McDonald.
Ilouse.-J M- Creighton, Eli
Hinson, F. D. Davis.
Register of Deeds.—R H U.
.SherilT. —M. A. Duliii.
Surveyor.—D. C. Flow.
Coroner.—C. .\. Frazier
Tax Colloolor-W. 0. Ford.
pgr \y by •nfraoehuiiif the Negro but
^ dnaomtU party ia beaaCted hy it
la tbm exteflt of 48 additioaal Cod*
■ad eleetonl Totaa. Aat
'we luiTe them by the keels aad. is-
lend to maul the Rfe oat of the party
with the Negro vote of the South.”
He argued that tka colored man it
incapacitated to gorem, after working
in tke fields over a kundred years.
He said Ute .yhite man will protect
the colored man bnt the coined man
wonid not protect the white man.
We wonder if he ever beard of a
oiril war in this country and if he
knows who protected the helplcn
women and children of the South, and
fed aud clothed the Soutbero eoldiers.
He said it would take time for the
colored man to become educated and
capable to goTe|u—and seeing him
self in a box hero, he said it was a
question whether the Negro will be
exterminated or absorbed. Wo would
like to hear Mr. Kitchoo discuss bow
the Nogro is to be absorbed. He
said the blacker we keep and the
whiter the white man keeps the more
we honor God. How does ho recon
cile this thing?
He said God created the Negro with
black skin, kinky hair, flat nose, thick
lips and long heel for a purpose.
Thai the white man is the natural
superior and ruler of the Negro. He
knem nothing eomniendablo of the
Negro, lie then bad the audacity to
appeal to colored men to vote for his,
the white mans’ parly. But oh no,
he didn’t mean to raise the color line.
He said he was ashamed of the
nine ilcmocrata who voted for the
Blair bill. That nofan honest demo
crat was in favor of it. That it was a
mere scheme to lax white men to
Colored men con you vote to sus
tain such a parly? Will you by
iifgligcnco stay away from the polls
utst Tuesday and thereby keep this
party in power ? Wc think not. No
honest, no decent colored man will
^lny from the polls next TueiJoy. or
hesitate to vole the full republican
ticket from President to township
coiiatoble. Lot the Kitchen talk go
for its full value, and don't be dull
in romprehending the intents of the
democratic party. Vole early and
When we hear things we put hut
little failli in. wo often say it is
'•Kitchen lalk." Wc bod some gen
uine, sure enough Kitchen talk last
Monday night, or talk from a genuine
Kitchen man Wc do not vouch for
his talk more than the ordinary
kitchen lalk. While Col. Dockery
talked U> thousands of democrats and
rcpahlieans in the Mint yard, Mr.
Kitebeo talked to about 150 white
men in front of the Central hotel.
.Vflcr CnI. Dockery had finished, a
few others stopped for curiosity and
swelled his crowd much. Ills friends
Bcciug this urged him to go on.
Mr. Kitchen has the appearance of
n country preacher, and bis voice
rciuinds one of an animal they say
Balaam rode, nod bo uses it in regular
old time Methodist style. lie bss
ebaok and lungs and prejudice to wake
a tboroagb going bonrboa
But few colored men beard him
wo are aorry toway, fer if aoy colored
y«n eould vote a dcmoeraije ticket
after boanflg bin spaak, be should be
sent to Ooldiboro for nfa keopiug.
He said God dcorood that wMtD
moo ^onld rule and he Ddrer-intaoda
u submit to Negro rale. That It waa
tb* tatention of the republieaaa« to
braeflt Ae .Negro and the rapnblieaD
FWt. from whoa* rote
will be made any way, and vote few
It ia importaht that the republicans
redeem this State goearslnent. We
Jbare great hopee of doing so now.
but our friends should ndt desert ns
in diis hour of need, simply to gratify
an ambition in a frnitlesa ^bt. Wc
appeal to colored ^bibi^onists to
think. If you will not 'vote for
Harrison, give ns one vote (for Doek-
ery. Don't throw away a itote when
it might count so much by mting it
snother way The prohibition votes
may be all that is neoded io elect
Dockery. We know Mr. Fisk to be a
great and good man and do mot ask
DOW for more than your vote for
Dockery. Haven’t yon thought al-
•eady? Lend ns .yonr aid colored
prohibitionists and we bupe to be all
together in the next two years. Vote
for Dockery now.
Both parties seem to be in hard luek
here for money to managethe oampaign.
The democrats are quietly begging
and collecting every day. The office
holders are assessed os in rcpnbli
days aod Mr. Cleveland and other
big ones set the example csriy by
giving $10,000 each.
The democratic press is having much
to say of tbo impropriety anil the
of Northern republicans sending money
hero to be used in this Campaign,
it is necessary for democrats to
money it may bo necesaary for republ i-
to use some also, and os the dew-
oerats have all the offices and repuhli
arc generally poor their moncy
I come from another
Some money is needed Co help repub-
licana make a sucocssful canvass
this Slate. If the necessary ami legi
timate expenses of tlii.s campaign could
properly met. the republican!
Id carry this Slate by n good nia-
jority. Mecklenburg county can b
carried if properly managed.
It has been said by many that
money has been sent to this county
help the republicans. If ihai be tn
an learn nothing of it though
is badly needed.
THE RIGHT TICKET.
Next Tuesday is election day.
is importaut that every voter gerf the
right ticket and sees that it is pul in
the right box. Don't let your dem
ocratic friends fix up your ticket; foi
he may weigh your bacon right, and
measure your cloth straight, hut
voting is aomcibing else, and many
men say all tbigs arc fair in politi
Sec that you have on your tickets the
names that you sec in this paper.
Many of the reading men of this
county don’t know lo.day who to vole
for to cast the role for Harrison. In
other words they don’t know the
difference between Harrison i
Clcvclnod electors. Be careful
look at all the tickets before they
deposited. Be sure you vote the
republican ticket straight through.
The republicans favor protecting
American labor and American indus-
irics. They favor edneating the
masses. They favor reducing the
tariff on the necessities and raising it
on the luxuries. They favor abolisb-
ing the internal rovenne tax. They
favor repealing tho present system of
county government and allowing the
people to elect their own county
officers, school commissioners tnd
justices of the peace.
Bo sore you vote the ropubUoau
ticket with W. 0. Ford on the county
ticket for tax ooUoetor.
There are a few colored probibi
tionisU in this county and olaewhere
who road this paper. We want to
say to them, in our Judgmont it it
their duty to vole the republioao
tioket this time and wait till next year
to show the country bow strong they
are. That is all they hope to do.
They don't expoot to elect enybody,
bat their votes taken fron Dockery
may oaose bis defeat. Don’t yoo
lemember Doekary was beaten for
Coagres—ia at I.arge fix yeare ago
by only 400 votaa? Ha U atroager
BOW thaa then. Toor votae auty be
the deeldiag votap. Tea kaov weH
Nr. Walker aaaaot be elected. Tbea
sappoae y«a give all yoar
fit. Mark’s *Eptsaopal Gharek na'fiun-. ^
day OetoW 21irt. 1888. at 2:80;
a'eloek. P. M A toochiog “'J i T^iagacc
eSMtoal eology was paid hy Rev. C. i'* t/OO VXUUVlO,
Ooerr, which melted every eye to i |
taars.,wben bis gtrat tributes to her . 11 4 yv O t* \r
wifely devotion, aineere friendship ^ ^ ?
and ehristion gnmes »ero paid, and'
through all that great ccmgregntioii, Ofl.K R ^.Tl (l
though not a sound was heard, not
a groan, every man aud woman's
silent tear pruved his sympathy for * o' ^
the deeply afflicted husband. Several] ,
times did the scene become so effect- | ^ ; • j. ■ T
ing, and the feelings so moved that | * O
groat pauscH occurred in the sermon ]
because of the Rev Coerr's over-]
whelming grief; yes—all understood. ,
The lady was a great lover >fj
natnre, and never did Wilmington pay» '
greater homage with heautiTuI floral |
trihn^s, than on this occasion.
Oh, what a great life. What a
beautiful close! What an cxeinpbry,
womanly example to so live that when
our summons comes to transport u« to
the great and blessed Beyond, wc
hove simply to fall ••Asleep in Jesus,”
and the world ariseK and call us
.'1 I,. WlllTKHAS.
Wilmington, N. C,, Oct. 'J.'i. 1888.
« Hnc nf Goods yon i
with Reliable Merchandise
Leader of Low Prices.
TO EIUTATE TIIK NEGRO.
Noble Gift of a Wealthy New Eug-
New Voitit, Oct. 2r>. —A New
Haven. Goun.. special says ; Daniel
n.aud, an aged man and wealthy resi
dent of Guilford near tJiis city, has
given to the Aiiicrican .Missionary
Association of New York city tiii
of$1,1100,OOOio be ii.-ldin iru.-t 1
the AHsciciatibii utid tb
devoted to (he uducali
people in the oM slave
soufli. The i.F»iicialioii
restricted eliarge of tin-
the iiiiercsl except that
voted If the e.incalioii
I's-'.pl-' as are m i-dy
and such as by their hi
den and snatchoiTniore constantly and
rapidly in this community, (except
times of disastrous epidemics) as he
ba.s for the past few weeks; and.
Hslnrday morning (Jet. •JOtli. at
o'clock, while the world with its hi
and heavy cares seemed sleeping,
home of one of Wilminglmi's m
trusted and loved citizens. Mr. J.
Sampson. Register of J)ucd8 for N
Hanover county, was visited and
beloved wife of many years was called
from suffering to happiness—from
earth to Heaven.
Never was a greater gli-'-m ' ■'
over one little city than tbsi ua-is !
by tho loss of ibis estimable lady; iir
since bor advent to this city ms a bri-lv
from Charleston, S. C.. her quiet, yet
great deeds of love and charity have
To know her, was to love her ; and
though of the old, artistic aud refined
family of DcRcofs, in South Carolina,
and conneeted with an equally highly
respected family (Sampsons of North
Carolina) she was never too busy, tqo
much engaged, or weary to listen to.
syiupatbize with, aud help a fallow
creature, as was testified by tlie large
concourse of ruourning frieuds of Loth
races, and all grades of society, on
the day of her funeral. Men and-
women from the highnr walks uf lifc.j
iDcrohaot^ and laborers, wives and |
widows, well dressod children and >
S. C.. before lh-
to the north when ih'- war 1
leaving all of hi* nr-ip rtv.
gllKl.lKI". in rlmrge of (
Wiliiniii.-. hi^ eolifldfutial i
Mr, William.- u-d ih
prolitably .hirinit ihr- war. :
vestment in >.iutlif-rii pine
ud being of
n 1^ ""mot
Mr Williams eai
and boii-'rahly piii-
Run aii'l iiilcresl
(MK.I, Rending on tl
hull, of the su
south i>y M
term.* of the I
is to be expel!
any singli eol
pendent voters in liii
that Mr Cleveland
earry out the; pledges
SECHLER * CO.
^Atn.np cAriTAl. STOCK, ftOO.OOO.
luSINESS AND PLEASURE VEHICLES.
PnpriBtors iid Sele Usirs ef Siellar’s iHpnftd PtrfKtlSB Rflfc-WfeML
BirVD POE C.\TA1.00Ui:.
E. M. ANDREWS,
In North Carolina. /
COFFINS & .METALLIC CASES.
Pianos and Qrgans
Ohickering Pianos. Arion Pianos,
Bent Pianos. Mathnshek Pianos,
Mason & Hamlin Pianos.
MASON X- lIA^fLlN OlifJANS. BAY STATE
OKGANS. !»A'KAK1> OlfGANH,
!•:. M. .\N’i)ilK\VS. ; TiiaDE StUKET. CllAttLOTTE, N. C.
HEALTH WAISTS, UNION UNDERGARMENTS, SKIRT SUS*
PENDERS, STOCKING SUPPORTERS.
All sorrs or ZCoaDbtal riarmeats, at reasoaoM* prtcsai
i'nmllv Ilirctric llacerics, SFrIopcs. WiUor Boas. ■
nre.vrr't^i-rrlpUoo pQp CIRCULAR.
SANITARY SUPPLY CO.,
BATTLE CREEK. MIOH.
LBd lavoUAs* aapHtas
and integrity the
plmtir, Tl.vy wr
been kept? ^ (*ne e
will afford i »ufliei
question. Mr. Gh-
office three yrars ni
office when he eiitei
42.94'Jhave been ^
velai.J has been ih .
d a half, and nut!
tors who wero in |
ed upon hi* duties, |
miiivud for piirtidan -
itlier brnneli uf the '
it rlOMOs of lavattaib Ceaiilno In qnalllr. oad reasatiafcls Us ptSe*.
SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR.
ANITARY FOOD FOR INFANTS.
ri-v. Ill,, aad raroB Cholera lalaaram. Tbe cboap«MSM4 (As kaaClB
BATTLE CREEK. MIOH.
public FtTviee. There is not n enstoui-
housc collector or a cuxloms surveyor
who was on duly when Mr. Clevtdand
took his seat who is in office today,
street waiCii. sheriff and criminsl alike ; of all the colleelors ofjnterrial
crowded around her resting place feel- j revenue in the country when he- as-
ing the same great and painfnnosi, i sumed the duties of 1
shedding the same sincere tear, and
using the same meant expreaston,'
“My friend is gone.'' « ,
Mrs. Sampaon has been ill for spme
time and then who knew and loved
her, hardly thought that she’d be
restored to her occustoniod place
■ronod the fireside, In eburoh and
soeieiy. and yet—and yet—we had so
earnestly bo|wd and inyed for her
reeoveryi and yet^o-wonld not com*
plain, for we "Yiwm what e’er befall*
eth, Jeans doth all things wall.”
Mrs. SawpMio was ahont fiO years
old. and spent lha better part heir'
llfk “Ooi^ abont doing good” la
tho aitj! of Wilauagtou.
Her faneral eerenoniaa waa bald ia
one remsins. .Now. tliesi- wholesale
rcmdvals have not occurred hy acci
dent. They are the r.’snlt of a de
liberate partisan poliey--a j.oliey
which subordinates the pulilicjnlerests
to partisan ends. It goes without
saying that no man who honestly:
dosires to hasten the divorce of ourj
public service from politics, and
sump out tbo adieus spoils system.
can vote toooDliuucon Administration i A.M) THB
which, in vioUliop of solemn pledges!
is published every Saturday at
CHARLOTTE, - - N. C.,
in the interests of the
COLEO RED PEOPE
Subscription, $1.60 per year.
W. p, Smith,
Editor and Propriotor,
ChBrlotto, N. C.