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TT XU XLd lji O.
THE HALIFAX ELECTION CASES.
The Jury Find a Verdict Against Two j
But Acquit the Other Defendants. !
In the United States Circuit Court
yesterday, Judges Bond and Seymour
presiding, the case against the Demo
cratic county canvassers of Halifax, for
not counting the returns from Halifax
precinct was called. A jury was em
paneled, consisting of seven negroes
.-.nd five whites. Judge Bond allowed
i he District Attorney to stand aside
jurors without assigning cause and
without challenging them. This was
objected to by the counsel for defen
dants as not being the practice in either,
federal or the State courts in this
State. But the court overruled the ob
jection. The defense having challenged three
jurors peremptorily offered to challenge
another, but the court ruled that the
defendants were only entitled to three
challenges. The following are the
names of the defendants: Messrs L II
Bell, B Y .Parks, N B Dickins, M Op
peuhejtner, J J Mitchel', D Bryant, Jr.
and IS W.Lockhart.
The following: Messrs W II Daniel,
N Nicholson and J H Cousins, were of
the board of canvassers, but are not in
dicted. The charge is that the board of coun
ty canvassers of Halifax county, at the
election in 1830, threw out the election
returns from Halifax precinct, for the
purpose of changing the result of the
election for Congressman. District At
torney Robinson, assisted by his associ
ate, Mr Willis Bagley, prosecuted, and
Messrs T C Fuller, John A Moore and
F II Busbee appeared for defendants.
The jury was then empaneled.
J M Bail', white Democrat; Allen E
Haywood, colored; Wiley Johnson, col;
lluf us Howell, colored; Squire Green,
colored; C II Hood, colored; S F Page,
white Democrat; W A Baugh, white
Democrat; Gray Washington, colored;
E S Dunn, white Democrat; E D
Haynes, white Democrat; Peter Young,
The district attorney m-.ide two
white Democrats stand aside, and the
defendants challenged two white Re
publicans and one negro.
J. D. Gregory, clerk of Halifax Supe
rior Court, was the first witness called
for the prosecution. He had with him
the election returns from the various
precincts, and the result of the canvass
by the board of canvassers on said re
To tne returns lrom nantax pre
cinct was the following protest from
some of the judges of election of that
We, the undersigned, M. B. Dickens
and L. II. Hale, two of the judges of
election, and L. A. Mullen, registrar,
for Halifax township, farther report
that the votes cast at the election neld
on the 2d day of November, 1SS0, for
Halifax township, at Halifax town
were not counted in accordance with
the law, but in the following manner
that is to say, one box at tne time was
opened, the tickets taken out by hand
fuls and laid upon the table, then as
sorted by placing what appeared to be
the Republican ticket in separate piles,
and what appeared to be the Democrat
ic tickets in separate piles. Then each
pile was straightened out, one on top of
the other, and counted like bank bills
without inspecting or calling out the
names on the ticket. The number of
tickets as ascertained by this mode of
count was put upon the b;ck of the
pile or piles, which was then tied up.
This mode of count was suggested by
influential Republican electors present,
and at the time the undersigned believ
ed said mode was correct and fair, but
have since been informed and believe
that said manner of counting was ille
gal and void.
L. H. Hale,
N. B. Dickens.
report with this
at the time the
I sign the above
qualification : I did.
mode of counting adopted was
suggested, state that I believed the cor
rect way was to call tne name on each
ticket and tally the same as called, but
upon the advice of influential Republi
can election electors, the vote was
counted as above stated.
(Signed) L. A. Mullen,
The witness said on this protest be
ing read a motion was made to throw
out the returns from that precinct, be
cause all the names were not read out
in the count of the tickets. Witness
suggested to the board that if they
would swear a certain witness he
named, they wculd. find, that the vote
taken at Enfield was counted in the
same way, and that the board replied
that they had passed that and would
not go back to it. The board proceed
ed to consider the vote from Halifax.
i negro canvasser sam inrow out the
X Jl 1 1 1 1 .
vote, ana was appiauuea. u ne negro
afier wards stated that he was under a
misapprehension as to the protest; that
he thought it was a part of the returns,
ana he voted against throwing it out.
The other members of the board who
voted, voted to throw out the returns;
mat Mr. lien aid not vote, nor Mr.
Mr. Day and Mr. Burton appeared
Deiore ine Djara ana argued the mat
ter. Mr. JJurton was counsel for the
Republicans contesting the right to
throw out the returns.
Mr. Moore cross-examined the wit
ness for Messrs. Dickens and Lockhart,
for whom he appeared. Witness said
he was not present at the final adjourn
ment ot tho board; they had passed
llirougn tne mtiro county by town
ships, but I don't think they had com
pleted the certihcates ; to the best of
my recollection I think Dickens voted
to throw out the Halifax returns.
Mr. misoee cross-examined the wit
ness lor the other defendant. Witness
does not know that he is the influential
Republican referred to in tho protest.
witrusi tiau spoKen or what -Mr. Bur
ton, of counsel for the Republicans,
saia; aon t iihhk lie can recall Lite sub
stance ot Mr. jj.iv a remarks; witness
belie ve.s .that Mr. Day said that every
name should he called out in counting
votes; witness could not recall the fact
that Mr. Day stated that the board
were oountt uy tne returns made by a
majority of the jtidgis of elections;
there was considerable uproar at the
umfi ot uie- canvass; i niyselt was
Re-direct: Mr. Dav was a candidate
and would have been defeated if Hali
fax .precinct had not been thrown out.
Mr. JJurton, secend witness for the
prosecution, says that he was cousel for
those who were-contesting that elec
tion ; thai lie thought the board of cau-
vassers took "no stock" in what lie said ;
Mr. Dickens did not vote after it was
called to his attention that it was his
work that was being contested.
-.il - 1 , n
. Mr. ijevMs, iniru witness tor the pros
ecution, testified: I am register of deeds
of Halifax county ; I attempted to keep
a record of the proceedings, but other
parties proposed to assist, and I did
not object. I cannot attempt to state
what was said ;so much was said. Dan
iel, Nicholson and Cousins did. not vote
to-throw out the returns. Cousins first
voted to throw, out, and changed his
Oppenheimer said "damn her, throw
iiar nut. Mv attention wsi3 ntfrunfoH
to4the indifference 6f - the board while
Mr. jsurton was addressing them.
'Ihey did nothing, but looked indiffer
ent. Mitchell voted to throw out and
Oppenheimer did too. Nicholson voted
against throwing out.
The defendants have the reputation
or Deing .Democrats. Throwing out
the Iaiifax vote was favorable to the
.Democrats, rne counting of the En-
neid box was tavorable to the Demo
crats. (Detendants object; objection
OVerruled.1 J am'a T?.ennhlirnn
Warren fiartman colored,i,he fourth
witness for the prosecution, said : The
p-iuLtsi; lruin mq, jsnueiq -returns was
signed next morning after the election
ana signed at the lime and place the
election retutns were fiigned,i &c,: was
seated up witn the-returns'arid deliver
ed to Dempsy Bryanti one of the de-
The government rests here.
Col. Fuller inquired of the court if it
s settled here as in the State court that.
the defendants have the right to open
and conclude where they introduce no
Court says defendants mav have two
speeches, to open and conclude.
Defendants counsel ask that the
court will assign them time and let
tnem divide it to suit themstlves.
Court says they can have one andj a
John A. Moore made the opening
speech for the defendants, speaking on
ly thirty minutes; claimed that the de
fendants were men ot good character,
and that there was no evidence of
fraud, and that they could not be con
victed on the testimony.
District Attorney W. s. U. 15. Robin
son opened for the prosecution iu a one
hour's speech. He insisted that all the
board had to do was to add up the re
turns and declare the result of the ad
dition, and their failure to do that was
a violation. He argued that there was
evidence of a corrupt motive and crim
inal intent in throwing out the Halifax
returns and counting the Eutield re
turns, which were similarly circum
stanced. He made a favorable impres
sion on his first appearance as district
Mr. Willis Bagwell, tor the prosecu
tion, followed in a speech of about 40
minutes, following the same line of
argument, and insisted that the remark
of Openheimer was itself evidence of
Col. T. C. Fuller then spoke for the
defense about fifty minutes, making a
clear speech of great force, negativing
the idea of corrupt intent, and insisting
that the board, under the law, nact a
right to review the returns and reject
unlawful returns, and it was their du
ty to do so.
Mr. F. H. Busbee closed the argu
ment for the defense, showing many of
the inconsistencies of the prosecution
in their argument, and the trivial mat
ters relied on for a conviction, closing
with a forcible appeal for. the defend
ants. Judge Seymour delivered a charge, of
which the following is a synopsis: You
have to decide whether the defendants
are guilty as charged. There are two
questions for you to consider. One is
whether these defendants have failed
in the discharge of their duty as can
vassers. If you believe the evidence,
they failed to do their duty. The board
had nothing to do with the way the
votes were counted, and if they had,
there was nothing in the way they were
counted that authorized the votes to be
thrown out. If you believe the evi
dence, they violated the law of the
United States; but this does not make
them guilty. They must have done the
act, knowing that it was unlawful ; if
it was an honest error you ought not to
The question for you to decide is from
the whole evidence, whether the de
fendants did the act with intent to
change the result of th election. It is
a question of corrupt motive entirely,
and it is for the jury to judge from the
The jury left the box at 8.40 p.m.
Up to 130 this morning no verdict
had been agreed upon.
On the following day, Friday, the
jury brought in a verdict of guilty as to
II. L. Bell aud D. Bryant, Jr., and of not
guilty as to the other defendants
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itselL Samaritan Nervine gives Instant relief in
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets me nerves,
bul'dsup the nervous s stem, and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dvsoepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrofula, byphiUs, diseases
of the Kidneys and all diseases of the Li lnary or
gans. Nervous ueDiitty, causea oy me iuuiscre
uons of youtn, permanently curea Dy iue use oi
this invaluable remedy. To you, young, middle
aged, and old men, who are covering your suffer
b gs as with a mantle by siler.ce. look up, you can
be saved by Umely efforts, and make ornaments
to society, and Jewels In the crown of your Maker,
If you will. Do not keep this a secret longer, until
it saps your vitais, ana aej-iroys Doin oouy "u
soul. If you are thus afflicted, take DR. BICH
MOND'S bAMAKlTAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest premature aemy ana
impait tone and energy to the whole system.
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, hut it cured ner. sne can now iib. auu
hear as well as anybody. Petkr Ross,
Has been the means of curing my wife of rheuma
tism. J. B. Fletcher, ton coiiins, uoi.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E B. Ralls, ttattsvine, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
mbs. wm. HEN son, Aurora, III.
Was the means of curing my wife of Spasms.
rev. J. A. Jdh, weaver, ra.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over $3,000
with other doctors. a. d. hobson,
New Albany, ma.
Kflectually cured me of spasms.
MISS JKNNIB WAJUUIN,
740 West Van Burenjtreet, Chicago, I1L
SAM A RITAN NERVINE
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family physician. It having over 100 In 24 hours
Hanky knke, vervuia, warren county, xenn
Cured my son of fits,
after havlDg had 2,500 In
Mrs. E. Fobks,
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me ot epilepsy of nine years' standing.
AlISS UHLENA jaiBSHALL.,
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob sctkb, St- Joseph, Mo.
yea s' duration.
KAMA RITAN NERVINE
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility olivbb Mtebs Ironton, Ohio.
SAM KIT AN NERVINE
Has cured me of asthma; also scrofula of many
years' btanding. Isaac Jewell, oovington, Ky.
Cured me of fits,
Have been well for over four
Chablks E Curtis,
Os.ikls, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured me of scro'ula after suffering for eight
years albeht enrpsoN, Peoria, IlL
Curt d my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thornton Clalborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently
of epileptic fils of a stub-
Rev. Wm. martin.
Mechan lest own, Md
SVMA RITAN NERVINE
i ured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
oaaiy. ml bael u xonnkb, Hidgway, Pa
Has permanently cured "me of epileptic fits.
UAVID TBKKBLT, D68 MOlnes, lOWa.
MA MAR I TAN NERVINE
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
HENRY ILARX. jraiiheia, Mien.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
js rah am, ttortn Hope, pa.
Cured my son of fits. He has not had a fit
about four years Johh Davis.
woodDurn, joaeouptn county, in.
Is for sale by
i evervwhere. or may be bad
airect irom us.
rbose who wish to obtain further
evidence of the curative properties ot Samaritan
Nervine will please enclose a 8 cent postage stamp
loraeoDVOi out liinsiraiea Journal or xieaitu.
giving hundreds of testimonials of cure from per
sons who have Used the medicine, ana also their
pictures photographed alter their restoration to
perfect health.. Address ..;
; Pr. S. . EiOHMOBD & 00,
WoBLD'a Krrts?xio DrarrrrjTB,
sprl dw 17 - 8t Joseph Mo I
Stain-Hc fs 35110.
THe following Si. iii-ijpn t.re f!i--
rected by tba itaiiii ttificiale. and
nt ay be Itelied on a f-n-recf :
North Caroifei Eiaiiroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, April 30th, 1882
4 . jo a m
5.5J a m
7.20 a m
8.iK) a m
; 2 2rt h m
i 4-1 rm
4. 05 p ni
6 30 pm
4 40 p m
B 24 p m
7.35 p m
8.05 p m
' High Point....
Arrive Greensboro,. ..
Leave weensboro, . . .
Arrive Goldsboro',. . .
No. 17 Daily except Sa' uir"
.5 00 p m
1.51 a m
j... 7.20 a m
Arrive at Kalfinr..
Arrive at GoMsb.
No. 51-Connects at Grevnst.O'o' with R a d
R. R. for all points North, Fast and Wet. via Dan
vtlle At Goldsboro with W. fe W a. R. for Wil
mington Ho. of -connects at Sails . urv with W. N. C. R.
R. for all points m Westeri North Carolina: dully
at Greensboro with R & h. a R for ail oolnts
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, April 30th, 1882.
1 0.00 a m
3 55 p m
5 Ort p m
5 4ft p in
9.50 p m
1 10 a ni
lieave Haieigh .
Arrive High Point
Arrive Bails bury..
10. 10 am
1.00 p m
No. 18-Daily except Sunday,
Leave Go'dsboro. . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Ral. leh,..7.10 p m
Leave Raleigh 8 00 a in
Arrive Greensboro, 3.15 p m
No. F.O -Connects at Charlotte with A & C. Air
Line for all points in the tpouth and touthwest.
anu wun i,., e . a a. a. a lor all points s-outu and
wo. 52 connects at Charlotte with A.4C Air
line ior an pon.ts soutn and Southwest: at Char
lotto with C, O. 4 A. R. R. for all points South ami
N. V. tV. C. KAILK04D.
NO. 60 Dally.
Lieave ureensDoro. w.25 p m
Arrive Kernersville 10.41 pm
Arrive 8alem 11.25 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 9.50 a m
Arrive Kernersville 11.01am
Arrive saiem 1 1.35 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 am
Arrive Kernersvi le 5.50 a m
Arrive ureensDoro 7.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily
Leave Salem H.00 p m
Arrive tt-ernersviiie i.40 d u
Arrive Greensboro ! 8.00 p m
STATE TJSIVERJil TV K I II. ROAD.
Leave Chapul Hill
1 1 .40 a
Arrive CUapei Hill,.
12.10 p ni
100 p m
Pailmaa Sleeft Cars Without CMdec
On Train No. 50, New Yor
:nd Atlanta via Wash-
ington and Danville, and
Livveen Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlot e and
Washington aud Chariot e via Danvlile.
ts?Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
RaleiKh, woldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, southwest. West, North
and Kast. Fr Kmigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent
ma2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
'On and after April 30th, 1832, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta k Charlotte A'r
Llne l ivis'on of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte. M.
2.02 a m
4.8 1 a m
5.59 a m
7.43 a m
10 0" am
10.37 a m
1.80 p m
12.50 p m
1.47 p m
4 06 Pirn
5.29 p m
7.08 p m
8.30 p m
9.10 p m
9.46 p m
12.40 a m
Arrive Ga.-tonla, L
Arrive Spartauburg, K
Arrive Greenville, fl
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa. F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Lula, E
At rive Galnesvll e
4 51 p m
5 22 p m
5.59 p ni
6.40 p m
a06 p m
10.06 p m
4.00 a m
6.50 a m
8. 1 7 a m
9 26 a m
12.24 p m
2 60 pm
Arrive Lula, K
Arrive Rabun Gap function,
Arrive Toccoa, V... '.
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H
Arrive Spartanburg. K...
Arrive Gastonta, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
2.06 a m
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Geor&ia Central. A. &
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
if with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton.
u witncoiumoia and ureenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and AshevIIle. and Snartan-
bnrg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauee to and
from Dallas and Chester.
M with C. C. & A., C. C, R. D. and A., T. & O.
for all points West. North and Fast.
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos 50
and 51 dally, without change betw en Atlanta and
New York. A. PoPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agei t
T. M. R. Talcott,
Gene al Manager.
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C., C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, June 4th, 1882.
No. 62. .No. 4.
Leave Chai lotte, i .afi p m
Arrive Rock HU!, 2.88 pm
Arrive Chester 8 30 p m
Arrive Wlnnsboro,.. 4.35 p m
Arrive Columbia B.COpm
Leave Columbia tf.07 p m 0.15 am
Arrive Lexington, 6 50 p m 7.15am
Arrive Ridge Spring, 8 02pm 8.30 am
Arrive Grauitevllle 9. 1 2 p m 9 40am
Arrive Augusta, 10.15 pm 10.22 a m
Leave Charlotte, 5.80 pm
Arrive Rock Hill 7.63 p ui
Arrive Chester 10 00 p m
Arrive Winn sboro, 1.18 am
Arrive Columbia 4 50 a m
Ainve Ridge d; rirg
Train No 52, Dally- Connects at Columbia with
the s. C R K. for Char eston, and wltb the C
G R. R. for Alston, Newberry. Abbeville, &a At
Augusta with Central Georgia R R for Macon.
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No 48, Dally-Connects t: August wlb
the Georgia R. K. and Central Gei.rg R. K for
M con. AtlantH. Havnnnab and Klorida points
Trains Nos. 18 and. 20, local, trl-weekly, Mon
days. Wedntsdajs and Fridays.
Trains rrom the couth airWe at Chnrlotte, pas
senger, dally, at n 35 p. m. Freight, daliy except
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m and 4 45 p. m.
ATL ANTIC, TENNK-8.BE & OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 6H, Da ly,
Leave Charlotte 8 00 p m
Arrive at Statesvllle 10 05 p m
Train No. 52, Daily,
Leave btatesville 6 00 a m
Arrive at Charlotte 8.05 a m
Tickets sold to ail points South, Southeast and
Fouthwest. and baggage checked through No
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A. POPE,
T. M. B. Talcott. Gen'l Passenger Agent
Columbia, & a, June 4th, 1882.
THE Board of County Commissioners of Marl
boro county, 8. C are now ready to receive
bids for building a new court bouse in Bennetts
vi 1 1. h. c. ss authorized by Act of General As
sembly. Plans ard specifications furnished on
application. Also plans and specifications solicit
ed. jtorrespondeDce from persona desiring the
contract solicited. Address ; j
- i ..... . .ALIX.,McRAE,
- 'Chairman B. CL C, BennettsvUle, a. C
In great variety, Just recelvea at ih
Lot of elegant
REFRIGERATORS and ICE nnFsr
FLY FANS AND FLY TRIPS.
ICE CREAM FUEEZKits,,,
AIR-TIGHT FRUIT J ills.
WATER COOLERS. PORCELAIN LINED.
Mocking Bird Ciges, Canary and Breeding o,
Baby 8wlngs, etc., etc
, W tun llne or China, Crockery Glair
Lamp. Fancy Goods and Silver i.latV.iw
ssrun hon.i ,.. .. 1 "eu Ware
wfija 1 n nana, wno esale and u tall at
'-ra. j irnsu give us a call
J. kkookfih da ,,,
S3 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Metallurgists. Assayers and Analytical Chen
GOLD and SI IA'F.11 REFIKP.ItN,
Practical Mill-Runs of Ores 100 lbs. ami uj.wn.
Rl rilACTOKY OKKS THBlil li,
Surveys, Mine Examinations. Reports, i-kt'toh,-and
Maps made. Constructions ol work
and Supplies Furnish-d.
Tl.e New England Smelting Works
COP 1 EM HM!
LCA n OH i;n
SMK l I K!)
o net uitw
or prin H wm
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treattd on Reasonal.'le Tems.
T OM4S BINNS MKTAU.unGisr
A. H. KIDNEY Minikg Enuinkkk
JOHN EOLLIDAY Pm-ir. t "HHti-i
Have just received a large 9iiip!y i.f
In all biz packages.
And In fact everything kept in ;i
First-Class Grocery Store.
4. J. Beall&lo.
S K IN
CURES WHEN ALL OTHKK
If yon doubt come to see up. and we will
or charge nothing!!!
Write for particulars, and a copy of ' ltle
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering "
Ask any prominent Druggist as
to our Standing
w-UOOO BKWAK1) will be paid to any chenilf
who will find on analysis ff loO bottles of
one particle of Mercury, loulde" of Potassium,
any Mineral substanou. .
fiWlFT SPECIFIC CO.. Props .
(FKRBOTTLK.) , nn
1rtoa ufRms'l RlrA. r-'.
80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
TO NEWSPAPER ME. ;ffs
Just Received a large lot of First-Class hi
INK, put up In 26 St packages, suitable
publishers of country newspapers. Address
- THE OBSEaVKB,
eld i fit
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