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j f; mTHIRD SEEj j j SALISBURY. N. C. MAROB fi iano ' I J
I ThU movement, emiiif.ling from he
Liberal Repnblcan t Minao uri, it attract
ing very general attention, and hai tlie
prospect of aisaming national Importance
in tje approacliing Prefidential contest.
If the Cincinnati Couvcrition aball adopt
tue principle announced in th sabjoiu
ed reaolmioos And anminate able, distin
gaitbed and honeit eandidatca, it U at
leaat probable that tbey will be accepted
bjr the Democrata of the north and (h
Conierfatire8 -of .tne South. lhis
contingeney of rtelf lenda to the moya
ajent an importance whih conld pot
Otherwise attach to it. We of the South
tan bate bnt little part in naming the
eandidatca who are to contest for the
Presidency ; bat are free to'choose ;be
tween those who may be presented, and
encouraged to rote manfully to make oni
telree felt. And in making op this choice
and determining on our courserwili be
guided not only . by tho principles npon
which each candidate may profess j to
sand, but by tli past record of each and
the attendant circumstances of his nomi
nation. For our own part we can hardly
eonceirc that any change that might! be
made in the governing powers can be for
the worse. We i fondly hope that this
great country may be saved from lhe !ca
lamiry of a deeper shame by the election
of one more unworthy than the present
Executive. If our choice must be harrow
ed as between two evils, there are but fsw
Conservatives amongst us who would be
likely to prefer Gen. Grant, seeinc that
in hiir there is nothing to inspire hope
ither for the Souih or for the country at
large. Tlie eyes of our people are turned
away from him and hie adherents ; they
' are on the oat-look for another man and
party ; and that other they will prefer,
joyously it may br, according as hope
may hud ground on which to rest her
fect. .
It is in view of this state of :hc public
mind thnt "wo present the resolutions
referred to, that each nan may exauimc
them carefully and make his verdict upon
each garland parcel of th-uufolding sub
Jct which are to constitute the grand
le of tho great political struggle rioohl
a ob " I
mtnoiir II
, to commence.
. JUtolvfd Thnt we. the Liberal lnnM
of Miwiiin, faithful now an we were in the dark
'dav of civil war to the! vital principles ofjtrue
iMpublicanirtm, by no net or wow! will endan
r ritfhtuil -Miveninty of tlie Union, emancipa
tion, equality of civil rights, or enfrancliienitnt.
To theaHUbjiMheiI fact, now imlelded iri the
Conatitiilion, w ckim the loyally of a.11 good
citizen. j
. tlolrfttt That a, true and lasting jteaccan
C"mi only from mith profonnd reconciliaticjn as
enfrachincnient hiu wrought in thU tate,Snor
. can i1oh govcrnnintH be pure or jnut in which
th taxpayers have no active part. We therefore
deiiuH(l, with equal autl'ragc for allcoiuilete
amnexly for all, that th? intelligence and expe
rience Of every State may bo welcomed 4o S ao
tive aeryicc for the comraon welfare. - I
i.Voirrf, That no form of taxation ia just or
w'im which puta neediest burdens upon the peo
ple. We demand a genuine reform of the taring
, o that thoae dutiva shall lie removed which1, in
'" 'Wition to the revenue yielded to the Treasu
ry, involve increaac iri the price of domestic
prodneu, ami a consequent lax for the benefif
1 .vorl interests. 1 i
I JUtolmd, That the shameless abuse of Gov
! erntnent patronage for control of conventions and
j Urt.ons, whether in the interests of an indi vd
! ual, a faction or a. party wiih the consequent cbr
j ruption and demoralixaiion of political life de
; luanda a, thorouKh anl gcnniiy; reform- of pub
lic service, , Those who would suppress Inves
tigation forget that they owe a higher duty) to
the country than to any arty. We honor those
benators whose cnurapeou course has compelled
tke disclosures of grave misdeeds, and they de-
aerve Uie thanks and the hearty support of all
tsl citjiens. I . i
JttolrtJ,Thl local self-government, wth
InparUal suffrage, will cuard the righu of all
tilueiM more securely than any centralized au
thority. It is time lo stop the growing eocroach
aienta of executive jower, the us of coercion or
brilstry to raUfy a treaty, the packing of a Su
preme ,Court toj relieve rich corporations, the
eaUng of snembers of angrew not elected by
the people, the bristling of bayonets about State
convention, the resort to unconstitutional Uw
to core Ku K lux disorders, irreligion or intem
perance, and the surrender of individual free
dom to those who ask that the plensnre, prac
tice, or creed of some shall be the law of alU
W demand for (he individual tl vX
trtv consistent with tk rhiililiA .t..
"Miseji-gorernnient, and for the nation's return
ilia methods of peace and constitutionaMiin
ttatwMM of power. ;
ocerf,ThitUe Republicanism make it
H the less our iffitj to expose corniption, de
nounce usurpation of power, and work for re
forms necessary to the public warfare. The
.owes demand an kipriaing of honest vitizens to
epfroni power; the men uho prostitute the
Rr-Tk ?" rr1 P"rtr to lfil interests,
gs therelbit i invito all Republicans who desire
reforms herrtil set forth to meet in national
'STftW w3ll0Vl lfht,cit'of Cincinnati, oii
iUe uc,h, hir convictions of
y and the public exigencies may require, j
'1 iaai
' W hjoin,aiso, the resolutions of the
tit . ' - . r"" vrucr, mr ine-:
oor vouvtntion. This, it will bo obJ
td, is j another element of opposition'
P movements are
not se dissimilar j tUt they not har
toonUi. and becime identical. W. find
UU theepinion of many observant men
tttt they will become united under a .i
I Unnsr; and that there wfll be marshall
4 ander it all the opponents of the Grant
party. When that takes nlae .:n
V-itnAUwxZJr n. T
; rracKiny time in the nol ties nf- I
onir :'l W , V I 1 -t"".;pty acvrt x,ru.
J" 7' J,?1hoa,and oi little men audi (Bible reader, will remeLber the para-
K4IS Will b aww-n flSo- j: Lui ,1 t . 1 V r. .
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and tertpr depicted on their guilty faces,
nd. calling on the rocks and hills to hide
n Tt 1 m wW am ; 7 :i
them. fThe Holdens.
Reeds, Browulows. etc.. etc.. wilt want
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iland iii some reruot corner of the ocean,
where tey can sit down in thquiet en-
oyment ot their stolen money. Tom Long
UI Willi t r Kailromd tn tli mnmi ..A
want a
Windy a mule that Will never fas.
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The following cqmprisea, in full the resolu
tions of ibe Labor Convention at Columbus,
Ohio, whjch nominated Judge Davis and Joel
Parker) ''''
X t We Iiold Uiatall political power is inherent
U the people, and free government founded on
their authority and established for their benefit;
hataTT"lfcitIzen8 are equal in political rights,
entitled to the largest religious and political
liberty compatible with the good order of soci
ety, as also the use and enjoyment of the fruiu
of their labor and talent ; and no roan, or set
of men, is entitled to exclusive separate emolu
menu and privileges from the Government, but
in consideration of public services; and any
laws destructive of these fundamental princi
ples are without moral binding force, and should
be repealed ; and believing that all evils result
ing from ! unjust legislation now affecting the
industrial clanses can be removed by the adop
tion of the principles Contained in the following
declaration ; therefore, '
2. IUlvtdt That it is the duty of the Gov
ernment to establish a just standard ordistribu
tion of capital and labor by providing a porelr
national circulating medium baaed on the faith
and resources of the nation, issued directly to
the people without the intervention of any sys
tem of banking corporation, whfcli money shall
be a legal tender in the payment of all debts,
public aiid private, and interchangeable, at the
option -of the holder, ft Government bonds
bearing a rate of interest iot to exceed 3.75 per
cent, subject to future legislation by Congress.
3. Rctoitxd, That the national debt should be
paid in good faith according to the original
contract at the earliest option of the Govern
ment, without mortgaging the property of the
people arid the future earnings of labor to en
rich a few capitalists at home and abroad.
4. Rtnolred, That justide demands that the
burdens of government should be so adjusted as
to bear equajly on all classes and interests; and
that the exemption from taxation of Govern
ment borid bearing extortionate rates of inter
est is a violation of all jusfc principles of reve
nue laws
5. Rcikctd, That the public lands of the U.
States belong to the people, and should not be
sold t- Individuals nor granted to corporations,
but should be held as a sacred trust for the ben
efit of tb,6 people, and should be granted free of
cost to landless settlers only, in amounts not
exceeding 160 acres of land.
6. Reared, That Congress should modify the
tariff to as to admit free such articles of com
mon iiie as we can neither! nrrxliir nnr o m
and lay cttitiew for revenue plainly upon articles
ofluxurv! and iinon such srtiolMr m.nnr.n.
ture as we, having the raw material in abun
dance, will assist in further devoloping the re
sources of the conntrv. i
7. Resolved, That the presence in our country
of Chinese laborers imported by capitalists in
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tailmp w.tnt and it consequent train of inisfrr
.ml A H r .1
large numbers for "servile use, is . an evil en-
and crimd on all classes of the American peo-
pie, ana siiould be prohibited bv legislation.
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o. jic.x.iru, initi we asK ior me enactment
ot a law b which all mechanics and day labor
ers employed by or on behalf" of Jhe Govern
ment, whether directly or ipdirectly, through
persons, firms, or corporations contracting with
the State, half conform to the reduced standard
of eight hbars a day recently-adopted by Con
gress for the national employes, and also" for an
amendment to.the act ot incorporation for cit-
ie aim tow.ns, oy wnicn an laborers nn1 mechan
ics emnlovcd at their pincnm ahull
the same i mm her of hours. V
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v. limited, Jliat the enlightened spirit of
the aze demand the ahnlltinn nf tlia at- f
contract labor in our prison and other reforma-
iory institutions.
10. Resdvad. That the nrotert ion nf Ufii l!k.
erty, and property are the three cardinal prin
ciples of government, and the first two more
sacred thaii thejatter ; therefore, money neces-
...j i ""uiu.ig naiMNiiouio, as 11 is reqnirea,
be assessed and collecttHl fmm tho
country, anil riot entailed as a burden on pos-
irniT. f 1 .
11. Reanlred, That it is th'e duty of the gov
ernment to so exercise its power over railroads
and telegraph corjiorations that they shall not
111 any case be privilegetl to jexact such rates of
freight, transportation or charges by whatsoever
name as may bear unduly or inequally upon
either producer or consumer,
12. JUwired, That there should be such re
form m the Civil Service of Ithe National Gov
ernment as! will remove it bevond all partisan
influence, and place it in the charge and under
the direction of intelligent and competent busi
ness men. ? . j : . -
13. Rrmjrtd. That as both" history and expe
rience teach us that power ever seeks to perpet
uate itself by any and all means at its command,
and that ibi Jruloiifed possesion in tne hands
of one person is always dangerous to the liberty
of free people, and believing; too, that the apint
of our organic laws and the stability and safety
of our free institutions are best obeved on the
one band arid sacred on the other, by a regular
constitutiodil change in the chief of the country
at each quadrennial election, therefore, we are
in favor f limiting the occupancy of the Presi
dential chair to one term.
U. ll&olVtd, That we are in favor of granting
general janinestv and restoring the Unicn at
on.-e on jthei basis of equality of rights and priv
ileges to j all ; the impartial ! administration of
J""1" being the only true I bond nf union to
bind the States together and restore the people
of the Government. , - j
If the ctarges which have been made
through the Democrat Press and on the
stump, agiinst the character and honesty
of the judiciary of North! Carolina, with
ono or two-exceptions, savored of troth,
the penitentiary docs not contain worse
men thau most tif our judicial officers.
The the liberty, and the propertv
of th cititen are in the hands of the
judiciary. $ A corrupt judiciary is
more be feared thau ay ot! er branch
of the Government. 'According to
Democrate authority, orth Caiolnia
is cursed with a judiciary whose corruption
is unbonnded. Democratic Legislators
were elected while these Judges were in
office. The- Legislature lired out its Con
stituiional term. What Uudge wsa im
peached? JNot one. Possessing the
power to impeach, convict and remove
from office sanctimonious Democratic
Legislators f contented themselves by
wholesale abuse of the j judiciary, and
dared not attempt to make good their
rSei- People of North Carolina! here
i . .1!... tt.Li.
mwwi lue wwr wug IOVM rood aead in
his field,' bat while men slept an eutmy
came and: sowed tares therein. And when
the mischief was discovered, and the ser
vanta wanted to go in and plaek op the
tares, th niaeier said nay, lest you also
pluck up the wheat wtth the tares. Bat
let both grow together till the harvest,
&c. OaV; Legislators seem to have
adopted something like this rule in re
spect to the judges, who were imposed
upon thef people of the State by ibejidi
cal party when they could no prevent it.
There is no doabt of the incompetency
and unfitness of at least three or four of the
judges, j fThere is no disputing the fact
that theyj are not only -dbgrace to. the
State, bat are exerting a baneful iniuence
on the ; public mind. They are lares.
They were fastened upon the people-by
an enemyi the radical party. The work
of the enemy was easily- quickly done.
One incendiary may fire a city, but the
whole population may be unable to arrest
the flames. The radical enemy ' fastened
apon us their radical judges, and fenced
them round with laws and constitutional
provisions as securely as possible. It
would epsg the people thousands of dollars
to impeach, try, and remove them. The
legislature looked at the subject in this
light, and like the master in the ease of
the tares,! concluded to let the judges
(tares) alone uutil the harvest, (the elec
tion,) when the people would cast them
out, and gather good men into their con
fidence iii
But it is worth while to observe
that although the anuology in these two
eases is close, in the main, it yet differs in
at least one notable point. Tho enemy
who is spoken of in the sacred parable
having done his mischief, disappears from
the scene and is heard of no more. Like
a decent deVil, as if stung by his guilt,
he retires with shame, or hides in obscuri
ty to suffer his remorse.
. Not so with the radical enemies who
gave as the bad judges. They hang
around the fence and watch, and cherish,
and foster, with all theii might the mis
chief they feave wrought. And when tho
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master ,(the people) comes out to see
what can be done to remedy the evil, he
finds the enemy squatting in the field, and
In ars them hooting and jeering after the
manner of the Era. "liad judges are a fear
ful evil,"; say they, "why dou't you turn
'em out " J"The Legislature lived . put
its Constitutional terra. What judge was
impeached Not one."
This is tlie simplest possible case of
"adding inslt to injury." There is no
mor glaring instance of it on record; and
we mourn almost shed tears that W.
Hanes has I chosen to play a part so at
variance with the dignity ot n tnauly a
decent enemy. Won't Wtts, and Logan,
and Tonrgee pat him on;hcback! suie
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The SExTORHii-Itis regarded as
rather significant, says tlu Philadelphia
Age, that; tle administration organs in
Washingtonfpppose the admission of Mr.
Abbott to the Seriate from North Caro
lina. Only genators Carpenter and Rice,
01 me senate Uommutre 011 Elections,
favor Abbott l '9 thought that General
Random's chance for adroiDsiou has im
proved. Rumors that Abbott is not sound
on the Grant: question have changed the
faco of his prospect.
HOMESTEAD. The Supreme Court
yesterday decided the important case of
Dillfnger vs. Tweed, from Yancey county.
This caae settles the principle that the
homestead is not liable to execution is
sued on a judgment obtained hi au Act ion
ex deticito. H
Great is the rejoicing of Mr. Oviie
Dupre who has twice argued this cae at
great length,'and persistently contended
for the grea principle of State polity
which this case establishes. Ital. Sentinel
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VsT The republicans in Congress are
having a lively time. Trumbull accuses
Morton ni "prowling like a wolf' and
Morton Calls Trumbull a "sueak." All
they seem to! need there is some cages
and a fello to go around and "stir tiiem
p." Hillsboro' Recorder.
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CKLEunaTiWo a Rebel's BiRTn dat.
About 15 o 20 small boys of Salem
and Winston 'celebrated the birth day nf
the great American Rebt l, George Wash
ton, by a torch' light procession. Winston
bentinel .!: -
Prospecting A couple of gentle
men from Canlida were in town last week
prospecting fo'fa suitable place to aettlH a
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""'; v mcr counirymen. 1 ney were
well pleased; wih our section of country
and town. One of them informed us that
he liked : it better than any section he
nad seen since
ue lett home. Winston
"Windy! Billy"- i9 to be ousted
from his f berth pof Assistant Assessor of
Interna Revenue in the 61 h district. Tha
appointment has been offered to a lit
publican I of 'our acquaintance, wffo has
neither refused tior accepted as yet. But
"NViudy has t go Winston Sentinel
Secokd ix the Field. The Nation
al Prohibition Conventional Columbns.
Ohio, have nominated James Black, of
Pennsylvania, for President, and John
Russell, of Michigan, for tlie Viee Presi
dency. Temperance wen, to the front !
To the Liberal Republicans of North
This grand movementwas wanted to
be inaugurated in this State, as yon
well remember, early in 1868, by Hon.
Daniel R. Goodloe, Prf. B. S. Hed
rick, myself, and a few others. It
failed for want of co-Operation of the
then apathetic old Whigs as well as the
inflexible and. apprebeusire. Demo
crats. That that failure broagKfuntold
misery, corruption, thievery of mill
ions of money, and bankruptcy to the
State, no one will now deny.
This movement as organized by the
honest Republicans of Missouri, two
years later, who, like a few of us in
this State, have refused to bow down
and worship the one-man power, re
presented in the person of Gen. Grant,
and accompanied as it is, by gross cor
ruption, centralization and despotism,
at once took vivid 'form, and resulted
irr complete success through the hearty
co-operation of the Democratic party
of that State.
It has long been apparent, especial
ly, here in North Carolina, that Grant
and his majority in Congress prefer
the meanest secessionists of the south
those who were loud-tonged dead
weights to the Confederacy who now
for the sake of office are ready to bow
down and worship them, to an honest
life-long Republican or any' Union
man who loves his 'country more than
his party, and his Iarty more than the
fortunes of one man and his mercena
ry followers.
The Radical-Grant party is rapidly
disintegrating. It has ceased to be
the party of liberty, of law, and of
rational progress ; and has become the
creature of a tvrant and his minions,
who have attempted to overthrow the
Constitution, trample on the reserved
rights of the States, and on the liberty
of the citizen, in order that thev mav
revel in gifts, bribes, and peculations
with impunity. A party which pro
scribes and subordinates intelligence,
property and character, and enfran
chises ignorance for political power, is
not Republican. Its leaders have be
come tyrants by virtue of demagog
ism ; they are rioting in the possession
of ill-gotten power; and like tyrants
in all ages, they are slow to read the
hand-writing on the wall, which pro
claims their speedy overthrow.
The Liberal Republican movement
of to-day in behalf of the life of the
Natiou, will crystalizea the elements
of opposition to Radicalism. It will
be sustained by the whole Democratic
party of the country, as well as by the
best, if not the most numerous portion
of the Republican party. It will stand
by the rights of all classes, native and
foreign, white and black. It will "take
no step backward," but will go for
ward. It will insist that all white men
shall be enfranchised, as well as all col
ored men. It will defend the rights
of the States against Federal encroach
ments, and the rights of the people
against military dominition.
Then, men and brethren, by all
means, let us send delegates to the
Liberal Republican Convention which
is to meet in Cincinnati on the Ctli day
of May next. I have reason to be
lieve, and indeed, I know, that there
is a schism in the Radical party in
this State. The : most intelligent
and respectable portion of that party
are disgusted with the corruptions and
excesses which arc perpetrated in its
name, and for which they, as well as
the guilty actors are held responsible.
We should extend a cordial invita
tion to. such men to join us, and there
can be no doubt that thousands will
unite with us in the efforts to throw
off the degrading despotism which now
runs riot in corruption.
The signs of the times arc auspi
cious. All the leading Democratic
newspapers of the country, North and
South, have expressed a readiness, not
merely to co-operate with Liberal Re
publicans for the purpose of defeating
the malignants who follow the lead of
Morton, Conklin, Chandler, Edmonds,
Nye, Howe, and the treacherous little
John Pool, with Grant as their nomi
nal chief; but these Democratic jour
nals, schooled by the misfortunes of
the past several years, are now con
vinced of the expediency of votintr for
an honest Republican for President, of
the type of Horace 5reely, Lvmah
Trumbull, Gratz Brown, David Davis,
James F. Wilson of Iowa, or Jessee
D. Cox of Ohio. Not only the lead
ing newspapers and public men of the
Democratic party have taken this ra
tional and patriotic ground, but State
Conventions of the party have done
likewise. The distinguished gentle
men named are known to be in favor
of universal not general Amncstr.
JJejr are ; opposed to centralization, and
insist that Hie States have reserved the
rights of local self-government, which
the General Government must not in
vade. They are also in favor of Civil
Service Reform, a retrenchment of the
national expenditures, a reduction of
taxes, and the subordination of the
military to the civil power.
Every day seems to consolidate the
coalition between Liberal Republicans,
the Democrats, and the old Whigs or
, It must be manifest to all thinking
men of the State, that another four
years of Grant and his relatives (tak
ing no heed of one of Moses' most sacred
ordinances " thou shalt take no gift ;
for the gift blindeth the wise, and per
verteth the words of the righteous,")
will bring our common country down to
infatny and disgrace, as Holden and
his thieves brought our own beloved
State in mS-' But my friends,
Grant and his minions are already on
the wane, thanks to an overruling
Providence. Arise ! fellow country
men and aid us in the gracious work
of overthrowing the Grant-Radical
thieving and mercenary party. Do
not delay for another hour. Go to
work, call public meetings in the se
veral Congressional Districts, and
choose Delegates to the Cincinnati
Convention for the 6th of May next,
where and when the next President
and vice President of the United
States will be named.
Respect fully,
Salisbury, N. C,
Feb. 22d, 1872.
P. S. The Labor Reform Conven
tion held at Columbus, Ohio, bearing
even date with the alwve letter, nomi
nated David Davis of Illinois, now As
sociate Justice of the U. States Supreme
Court, for President, and Joel Parker
of New Jersey, (now Governor of that
State,) for Vice Presicent. Judge Da
vis had always been a Henry Clay
Whig up to 1854, when he liccame a
Republican, and was, from early life, a
close and confidential friend of Abra
ham Lincoln. Gov. Parker has al
wavs been a life-long liberal Democrat,
II. H. H.
The judiciary i a;jain exhausted.
When Governor Caldwell ordered the Sec
retary of State to jjive out the printing to
Brown, the mailing clerk of the Iong Ftrry,
Mr. Ramsay, the contractor for the atate
printing applied to Judge Pearson for an
injunction forbidding the Secretary to fc'ivt,
and Brown to receive it. Jude Peawon
announced, from the bench, that he wonUl
hear the case on Thurtdaj at 4 o'clock.
On Thursday the Judge informed Mr, Ram
say's counsel that he could not take time to
hear the case. Judge Dick wa applied to
and he could not take time to hear the case.
Judge Moore wan applied to and he was
temporarily in the citv and had not titne.
Judjte Read wan applied to and he had not
time. Judge Rodman wan applied to and
he had not time. As the last report Judge
Boyden, who calls us holy and unrighUous,
was applied to, and even he could find no
time to hear the case. Mr. Ram nay's coun
sel exhausted the whole venire. Application
was again made to Judge Moore, who con
sented to hear the case jd determine who
should do the state printing. When we
had three judges on the supreme court
bench instead of five, no one of them, so far
as we know, ever declined to hear a case at
chambers for want of time.
Gov. Caldwell has brought the state prin
ting to a halt. The law require the lawn
to be published in sixty da a. The governor
torbids the Secretary to furnuh the laws to
the printer, and the five judges are too busy
to give the case their attention. Thi refu
sal to hear the cao of Mr. Rauisay remind
U9 of the refusal of the me judges to grant
a lench warrant against Holden and Kirk,
when the latter was searching houses and
arresting men without warrant or law.
Judge Boyden, it is true, was not then on
the Itench. but was at the Ear defending the
conduct of Holden and Kirk.
When a country becomes rotten and cor
nipt the last hope of the people i in the
juuiviarv. urn lur juuiua; mcwuut
or corrupt, the people lose confidence and
even hope.
Gov. Caldwell has over thot the mark,
and his party fxieuds are heard upon the
street to condemn bu conduct.
Raleigh Scntiusl.
The Republican National Executive
eommitiee are sanguine of success in New
Hampshire, bat admit that North Caro
lina is irretrievably lost to the party.
Washington telegram to N. Y. Herald.
Just 10. The crimes of the leaders
are written upon the party's tombstone.
i well supplied with
large and elegant assortment of
Pictorial or
suitable for all kinds of
Finer and more Ornamental Types for
Business & Professional
Visiting, Party and Wedding Card ;
College and School
'irculari of all kind
Tobacco Notices and
for all purposes ;
For Clerks, Magistrates
and Solicitors ;
Or anything else required in the
Printing Line.
Carolina tDatcljman
It a candidate fur public favor. Its
circulation i good, and its standing
and patronage improving. It ia one
of the best advertising mediums in
tlie Stat?, and offers its facilities on as
liberal terms as anr.
Save your Wheal & Oats.
A a important dueorarv U vrrrrct RCfcT ia
Wheat aad OaU. If the directions arc earrfnl
Ij followed aad the erotls in j ami bj nut, the
rnonev will b bfrMIr refunded. All I ak
ia a tnal. Prepared and for aala on I at
fc Dmf 8lre.
JalrT it ; fslimbnry.
(Carolina HJatfhndn.
Editor and Proprietor.
BiTEsev siBcBimes
Oxe Tear. pajtUeiu a4raie S2-W
Six Months, ...... 1.50
5 Uopict u woe adJress, 10.00
States of Advfrlttxng.
Oa Square. frt in-rtion 11.00
For wach additional ian-rtio. '50
Stwdal n..: wm U- raargSO per eat
higher th aLove rat.
Court and J uticV Orcrs will W rmW&ta
at lh tame rate. wit. L irlia
aenU. Obitoary notice, over six litu. LrrW
,i a j
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1 Saar, 50, $3 7.
2 Square. , 4 50, C 2i
3 Square '. C 0(1, 9 01)
4 8.naa. 1 00 1 1 00
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1 Clama. 25 () 2j iK)
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The Xemi Weekly Economist.
I propoM to pnUiJj in Kiiubh Gtr, N. C.
in January 1H74, a Seroi-Weeklr NriMW
U called Yk Vxmu 1
lUaiia will be to Bii&Uter lo tht Utmrr
tMe of tu rt-adert, and lo trtmou l ArrioaX.
tarel, Coromrrctal, rrvCrmoal, Mechaniral and
other industrial interesU cf our eop!r, ith all
the capacilj, it.a.Mrj and teal it can oummaod.
In a wonl. Tie Aawu'w (Topriaca to oixvvr
the whole field of legitimate joinalifi.
Politic ally, it will et-k, iUioui imt tW
fioioAed weaituna of bitterrteM, to (uKer aad
combine all the element of oprxiiio to tha
recklcn tendency cf thetioiea; betieriaf aa w
hotiotlr do. that cmr Iublir and iu UMtita
tion are in er51. and thai unlei food men d
ererj d.v, unite now, and a one man, lo atar
Ui tide of ooi-ni-.tion that U urging orer oa.
U.U preorHi. henujre of our FatLrra aDl, at a
dUtant day, U- like a tale that ia told iiks a
rUinn that ht 1 tur.
The Editorial manaeement will be noder lle
direction of IL R. CmuT, aMted by Col. V.
V. Martin ami I. It. K. Sj-d, of Pa-fjimant
connty ; Col. I). 1. FerrvU-e, v'aroden 01,1 t -T.
H. iiilliaia and T. i. Skinner. iVrqainra'ac
emmtj ; Maj. H. A. (.illmrn and (M. (V,
Chowan cwtntrr ; II1.11 I.. C. Uthim, Vah
inirton ronnlr; Hon. T. J. Jarti. Terrell eo
Hon. M. L. Fire, (Jalr rannty ; I). C'J Wi.wtom.
Iicrlie county, and a number . f caiaunal ron
trilmtor, Ikim rejnjtatlon will be a guaranty
of the ability, integrity and uorr of the en
C'ommunicntit n frr.m the !iflVrer.t count iea
in the Ii-4ric-t and fn.m the Naltonal and htate
capital will appear in every iue. There will
be atrict aiu-t.tion riven to the ecrrertneM of
the Markeu and to ll.e lxral ItepartmefH 0
the wy. T K ti a RN KK.
Cliubeih Cite. X. C. Nov. 20, IJCj. 12 .f
MILLIONS Bear TmiIbm? I ibelr
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laaia. Twj iSt 1.IUT SUMin rtaVU
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