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SALlftlJTJpY. TUCUSPAY AtliUST.
KOIl VICE-PTIES1 DENT :
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THE CAMPAIGN WATCHMAN.
, The election nnl excitement having
pisned awiyt we now propose to unite all
..nr energies irl laboi ng for the success
Jrecley aU Jirown i and in order that
,.ur effortij may be effect fore it w important
jhat the WA?cnMAX ehould have as large
t number!, of readers as possible. "We
therefore propose to furnieli the paper for
he Campaign at jhe h-Howing radaced
rates". I -r ,
One copy fr three montha
was killed list Friday in Metaphis, Tenn., by
tyfne Wltcr i, ywler -i.-A v .';,
A liuiecoi,Ddy Wied. Archie Lanier,
aged about 1 3 year wan killed by lrghtmnj, last
Friday at Raleigh, -Iliwas "sitting in frtyit of
the Fire place wherf the current pi electricity
passed down the chj&ney killing tun instantly.
Maj. W. A. Smith oiajorjty over Jlf. Eogen
inj'be fourth congressional district, is 732.
A New Jersey roan fonnd $24$ in an old
mattress, lie WteerxsV it In ine light of a com
forter. - :
fligging of a gai ppe trench . in front of her
house, becuse l looked so much like a grave.'j
C-ijk wpBjan is waiting trial in SU Louis, rfisu
gd with killing a nn by driving f0!.?
sheaiT ' C "z. :
' The jatesf Cecpa Wand 'treasure-seeking" ex
peditioip-Hthat of the bfig Laura has returned
to San Trancisco empty.
I A ,Bffferern at one of the mountain houses
Saj 'tjU flies cqrae down to breakfast at the
sound fif thegong " , , s
A About oije-third of the trades and laboring
men pj Xew York are working eight hours, anI
dearest Interest if pereihted In. The North here
tofore hM been ignorant of the disgraceful man
ner in which they coaduct public meetings, and
San iVanciCQ has forty foundries and vm jtrJU'tX.
working enablements with capital invested to M .J J leAe in the caul
the amount of $1,484,500.
In the armory of Sir Walter Scott's Feat at
Abbolsfordls the veritable market of tjiat re?
doubtable outlaw, Rob Roy. V 1 A
JvC. Stuttz, a German citizen of Petersburg,
At these, rates there will bo no excuse
t r any one to be wnWtt a paper. Fu.ther
iiere, theeou have favored thofairo
4rk, the trops are good, and no one can
ivjdl exeasehiuJself for the want of means.
We regard the election of Greejey as
.i most vital importance to the whole
K outitry and especially xu the Souths In
.Vorth Carolina, wq should by nU moans
t-irivc In secure hi election, since 0ald
well has achieved a victory by. fraud and
i ilimidation. The triumph of Greeley
onld prove a whoJson;e chek opou iho
brutal lawlessness of Caldwelh x
; Let every one keep, posted send on;
the dubs " rthe public ja 4eeply interest;
ed in what is to trauspise-in the next six
try will probably be increased to 5,000 this
. Caswell has two Virginia negroea in jail for
voting in that county.
' A nfvre hnv f Janksoii. Tenn.. has been at-
Va employed as foreman of JUery, , iU mam and whooping-
commnteu nuicide by orowmng m ne coUgh all together.
V -bf ' c. Thomas majority over W. II. Kitchin.
"UWUT ' . :- in the'GoldsboroCoiligrenalOuitrict,i 8,445.
were walLi2 onS the edge of the cliff at PenUenUaly conTicU pade thelf es-
Charle8ton.J fest Virjnnia. a few days ago, T7 w
when thev Both mddenlr lost their balance, and They are talkfng about Ughting Lumberton,
were precipitated below and instantly killed. N. Jjrith gas. j j
The official majority' of MagiW Liberal : i MT?L?W 8,??rifft
Democrat, delegate to Congress frow Montana, W fj of 60,000. ' i
300 - . ... -i They ft?e hvjqg bloody riots in Belfast, Ire-
The Selma, Alabama Times of the 26th of 'A numbeV of persons has been lied and
lulvsays: fTwo buzwrd on the wing up in grpaf many vonnded. Tle probab e pause,
the air, sorjth of the city, Mast evening, xreT English oppfession. - j
etruk by lightning, and came tumbling to the Aftbe's majority over Rockery in the sixth
ground." j ' - , . C 5 Congressional district, la 2,149. j
On Septetnbcr ljth there is iq be a remarka- I There was a disturbance and tbreatfened riot
ble family teunion at Woodbury, Conp.r There at IHglv. Point jast Sunday, caused by a mob of
will be present Mrs. Orphany Teeple,' wbp hai drunken ne'groia attempting to rescue one of
reached hef 1 00th year ; while her daughter and iheir color from the deputy kheriff who had ar-
gon-)n-law 4rl celebrate their golden wedding.
There will be five generations present.
"M. AVaddell's najority over Neil
the third pongrestional district is
SUMMAKY OF TIIEtNEWS.
scourged witli drouth.
Mrs. Racliafl Perry, the wife of It. Y. Perry,
Kq., a prominent young Merchant of i3oon
, J lill, Johnson Co.; N. Gr, committed suicide last
Wednesday, Aug 14, by shooting herself several
times in the neck. Cause, temporary mental
.j ... ..
i Our exchanges throughout (he State bear tesr
timony to the riotoun and digraeefulonduct of
thrcidored ie'le during their rejoicing on the
' Hth August over "CaldwelTs fraudulent election,
i KijcllnhamelcftB nnd disorderly gcenes were never
before seen in this State. And these poor ne
mes do not Heern to see that they will be the
Mtfferers ultimately by these filol-hardy and riot
f iis excesHesA Irt many ptaecs houses were
! rockid, , fcrices were torn down, out of mere
i w.antpnnefl. White ntenwere attacked, cursed
j and beaten and colored Conservatives were
i mpbucd and foreed -to flee their homes. These
i hings will yiSbld their fruit, unless every human
j iinpijliio has been deadened nnd the spirit of
rmnUne-M art d independenehas forsaken the
lop of the white race. A1:ih the poor negro!
Will be persU in liis folly? - .
The TobaccjKFJictory bclonirg to Mr. Keen,
f Thoniaavirie, N. C, was destroyed by fire
on Monday night 12int. It is thought to have
heeri the work of an incendiary. cost $60,000.
At Rocky Branch, Wake Co., on Wednesday to illuminate
nlfrht 14 Au&uht. a number of colored persons conveniences
' B ; - 19
werf kitting up vvjth the corpse of a dead friend
hy the n;vme of Shaw, when the oil in the lamp
beccjme low, one of the party atteiqpted to fill
it while burning, and the usual conserpience
followed. The Kerosene ignited causing an ex
plosion and setting on fire the clothing of a
eolored woman who was so badly burned as to
eause her death. "
A terrific thutider Klorm extended throughout
the State of New York on the night of the 15
I ift. . A
Ilhnton Duncan, the Iventnck Fireater and
Hallimore bolter, has sued the Chicago tribune
for one hundred thousand dollars for publishing
an .alleged libel on the 10th iivunt. Poor
lmrcan 1 j .
ffugh Donnelly, of Dunkirk, N. Y., was
pwrdeTcd at Carry, Va., 6n 14th instant by
JamcsJfeville, an insane man, whom he was
ooveylng to the Asylum.
The Thermometer ranged in X. Y. City on
, Wedncaiay 14 instant from 100 to 106 degrees.
I A flock of geese, numbering some 7iki alOO,
roost on inarket square iiu Kay ettevllle, N. C
nightly. , .- j. T A
' The rhvard of S0,000 offered by the Siate for
the bod of Ton Lbwery, has been paid over
to the young men who killed and captured him.
V I ' - ' " ! " " ' ' j -6 " :
CapUiJohn W. Galloway, Democratic candi
date for the Legislature in llunswiek ouhty,
has given notice of his intention to contest the
i lection of Mr, j Brooks the liad candidate, whose
majority, as reported, is only 17. , The Capt.
: eluinia that he can prove that a iargenuiuber
- bl illegal votes wre cast, v ,
-i Is' I.
A vounsrladv of Cumberland. Md-ho had
been dimb for five years, was lately returning
from Chnrch, thinking of a h vmn which had
been sung, when she iuvoluntarilv attempted to
h..i the tne, and was delighted ( to find her
voice eoiupletely resUred. '
Johij A IJendrix, a youth of 17,died pndden
ly at the residence of Ins uncle, Mr. James E
l Undrx,J Hickory Tavern, N. C last Sunday
iuornng. His parents live in Columbia, S. C.
IV hite Sulphur Spring box in; Qatawba
H38 I . . A . - -, . j
The Baiin of Mr Joseph' Ilines, near Qld
Tpwn in Forsyth Co , was strnck by lightning
nnd completely consumed on the 31st ut. '
Tn Kortharapton Co.,- N. C on the night of
rested him for a breach of the peace. How long
are these outrages to be permitted? The day
appcoacbeth! A . t A A
It is said Judge Logan voted for Merrimon
out of spile because he did not get the Radical
nomination fur Governor.
A" party of Casta Ricans, with Dr. Jose Maria
Montealegre, formerly President of Cota Rica,
at their head, have purchased lands in the
iieiciborhood of San Rafael. California, for the
e 4th instant, the house of Mr. ueoree H.l
in l u.- 12 1 t ! - ! T - T - T ? - -
"a"T'f iD y ' Vn ' A Laurence, Mass., a machine f
uurneu iur., xuiiufcu ii4.vivii, uiuiici u tiatii-
son's wife, and Mr. Eddie Harrison, borther of
Jill . li. . ' V!" I? 1
- Thel Democrats elect their Sheriff in Wilkes
The President has pardoned ,David Collins,
Wm. Teal, Amos Owen, and W m- Scrugj, so
called Ku Klux now in the lbany, N, Y.,
, . - - 0
wallpaper produces seventy nine miles of paper
daily, being run. twenty-three hours out of
They are complaining at New Bern of having
too piuch rain, j How very hard poor humanity
is to! satisfy !
Rev. Dr. Thck E. Bond,1 a distinguished an
eloquent divine of the M E Church, South, died
pf their stupid ignorance and- their brutal in
lights of their fellowcftuens; , but they are no
longer without a knowledge of thee things.
Tliese poor misguided people have made a pub
lic exhibition of their follies before a Northern
andiepce, and haye .dLgus)ed the larger and
better portion of the Northern,' people. The
leading newspapers of the city of 2ewYork
are denouncing their shameless conduct in un
measured terms. We find no pleasure in mak
ing known these savage follies pf the colored
people, for we know they will redound to jlheir
hopeless discomfiture sooner or later. We only
wish that ihey could see the danger they are
making for themselves by Uwse savag and brur
tal demonstrations. It may be too late before
they are aware of it, to nrake amends for past
follies. They can not begin too soon to retrace
their steps. Our interest in them does not
aiise from a selfiih desire that they should vote
for Greeley. We do not expect thw, and we
do not expect to isk them to do so ; but for their
own future good, we take the liberty to speak
a word or two of idvice : They should strive
to become acquainted with the political issues
of the country in order that they may vote in-
elligcntly. When they have become educated
and informed as to their civil and political du?
ties, they will not n?ed to ask how they shall
vote: until they are so educated and informed
they should seek and folWthe advice of the
best men of the country j or elso let politics
alone entirely. By all means let them cease to
heed the advice of their earju't -bag and scalar
wag leaders. Let theia Tote with them if they
ntT 1 1 Kilt linnAnfoftK n,. Z . . t -
Tim, vu aivuvviviiit l.lMUI 1U COIIHriUliy
with the interests of the .better portion of the
white people j stop their rfotons and savage do
nionstratiotif at public guherings, and at all
times; resolve to become good and peaceable
citizens, be industrious, savt their earnings, and
educate their children. Uon the. adoition of
some such plan depends their political .salva-'
tton, their futnre happiness and perpetuity as a
race in this countrv.
But the Herald, after giving extracts from
Radical papers continues thns :
The reports in the other diiJv journals retire-
sent the conduct of these free and independent
electors in a yet more offensive light. When
nannders deciamf tnat it was God who had
freed hit race from. bondage, the remark was
received with veils, hics, catcalls, "boohws"
and cries of dissent, and the negroes evidently
believed tliat the aertion was intended to do
injustice to their favorite candidate and the re-
jXXmnans tliare tvitb Horses ibhrr..
eu derivabje from the wcrld-rcnown-d- ilr.x
teas Mtyrxc I.isixckt. Th k.jU im-fnv
atde tcFlitnonv.etaMikbea the fait that this
. . . ... . : . . f
MMiii Awn.. a w r, w m mmm - mit . w?w m wifw ' k . r .
raiticllhstitdoMinoseofpavio,faMm!iT j!m j!jM; :
rlnebone. noil evH. sortt.e. wind call ard?....L- ... i . , .
other aiinufit of the nre which rrnre ou- t. ,. m, , , ,
iivfliiuiia. i i-. in i.it.1, iii mi-b Tai
i... . - Ilk s lirrN It.rn J .1 I ..r
hare barely carried the Jiangs, Cuu sm, ir o j nL vU Z:;' ,
veontofeightCongressmen I v. UVf'VT.', " ! ' f.- 7 i hr aer.- of lb l..t i, VI j "iT.
e entire State ticket after al j , , TfMr (. , . MixliW Iivrrr in i n --sat
my practice, . and in that tim I list e tpted its : : a .tlaUe IaJ
itient in severe coughn, hrh acute and tbron , teendd Ji rr to j,c? n,( a ( '
ic, in chronic die or the thnM!,srere ca- u jw dttmuin d't-j $U n h trsaiti '
of bronchitis, jEenemi drrattgcn.cnt f the y-1 j ...V.,
tfm, constipated condition U" the bowel, aid j at,e ftl -.j. 47.4, J tT.
wherever a tburougli Alterativr, ir bUifd tmri-i - - - -
fier, has U-en iudiratcd. In a!! case I hsve J
UnA it to act gently, yet thoroochly and eHli-t-! A J "Tl rji -r r
ualty in remoTing the vrinu Hi--a"d H-nii- ( K""-"T1 "J L -ITiLjlj
Uon. nd bringiug about a healthy atiiouj McKEN7lF I ANnC
throughout d,esyU ni. Your fratvrnally, , V, Lrtl'U5.
it T iiiii xi 11 ---- '"iitrtM rnn triM-.r -
'Court Ili.u-c 0.t. in iJ.r I, m . v,,., ,.
Saturday, ihe j;:h d.iv of w
gained a great victory is equally untrue. We
have not been entirely defeated,' yet our victory
ianotto be-compared with that pf two years
ago. It mattcp not how the remit was accom
pli.died,jt is agninst us, when it h as.datcd
with the risnlt of JS70: -tberwliej! it it dra wn
battle, and neither side has anything to brag of.
. 'Two years ago we carried the legislature by
a two-thirds majority,, elected five out of sevens ,Bl 0f u ri(rrn3 remedi
State. Thisjeaf we
legbslatijre, elected fi
and lost not only th
thorough canvass, but the only State oSeer we
had, the Attorney General Sblpp. ;
H is better we think to make known the facts
a they are, as it is useless to attempt to dtgnia
them. We can not see the sense in trvinz to
make it appear that we have gained a victory
when the facta do not justify the attempt. If we
have gained a victory, all we have to say , a
few more such victories will ruin us. At the
same ratio of loss tw o years hence the Rads will
have the Legislature again. '
In view of these facts, it seems to na to be but
the part of wisdom fur in to cct to work now
in earnest to avert such a calamity to our State.
What were the cause that operated to bring
about the late disanter to the Conservative par
ty? Fraudulent voting, bribery, and intimida
tion are believed to be the causes of the unto
ward result. We believe all this, yet the ad
mission of the fact reflects no credit on the Con
servative party. If its members had been aa
thoroughly organized and as vigilant as they
should have been, it would have been impossi
ble for the Radical P.irty to have practiced
frauds upon them. This is the secret of onr
fiilure to elect Judge Merrimon: we are not!
orgamzeu. v e absolutely have no system in ' tiu fit $1 CM
conducting canvases, or at least we showea none
in the one jut paM. Our voters do not po to ;
the poll like an organized body, conscious cf '
their strength and proud In the conviction cf!
the justice of their cause; but rather like to
niany Ktragglers,' or with 'the Inefficiency of a
flock of sheep. There are generally Tew work-
era at the poll,' few to challenge, and none ablw
to point out with certainty the illegal voters of
u township. -m - i
The old Democratic party was" once so we'd
organized as to be able to point out with some
degree of certainty the number of votes they
would receive in each Captain's district tr
toiiuk iHvuiiti. Auim vuu. '""" rec.-ivc ai lh!r OfUe in : x !! !c- nr.
eouutv and local Executive Lomruit'c a "-Jili.tir
whewe dutv it was to vUit every voter in their 'building a new J..':! in - .! a.ii v. '1 1.- j...s
" respective Captain's district, uke down bis : ., rirk- h? J. tbrce i.-i.-sr
, . . . , . . i i hitn. with a a-i .n the "rd f.or.
Valuable House and Lot
P . FOR SALi:.
V. I I . . . i .
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a uii ra i l i wan:r w ;u, u I
gits in ul arts of Aroenca.
I Female Academy.
The F:il Term jf Jennie C'!d
Shol for 'p'irl. will ojui tn the 17
lertus an Ji.rv:ofjrc.
D A. DAVIS,)
J. J. P.IiCNKl M'om.
j J. S MeCUBBlNS. )
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I. n.c rrT.r.ij:t.,ry iiUn-i in li e ll.my
lead tn-t of :.!" lie UJJin ,l
unn at U.
11. i i.r !1 acre jr, '. H initv ihe lt.U ,4
! the w:.V.w ir.-!i a! o:v c UJd nre
j iil jt tt . J7 .,
) of C. II M.KrJ.i, J uhvi. TU bliJut
will fu jit $2: a.
i IV. TU lxlw- IWJ 21 Jkcrrs, ijmt.
in the lnJ of IU hant Harris J. IV Vi... -
andolhera. T1ib tract ill be aWitJeJ iw
two or tuAre 1.U11 r.
SALISBURY HIGH SCHOOL.
The Kail Term of Mr. II. T. I'-ike's 8cli..
lor hoys will ct.11.m1Mf hji. lah. Trrm 1 n.HM. he third t-a.h, the l.h2anr r
Sl2,C) x r nwiyii t.f luiilj w.k-. Ccujin- r-i!ii f i and t-Jv ntvxnh. inlrrt fn.t
A. 1 ' Hat. . Ji.l arwt ajji.jnid aurilr. luk-
. 1 . . . : I . II .1 1 . .
iainvi vuiii an iiht jn.rt ha HNtwr la i4.
Aug 21. '72. 4t:
W W 1VwB- -
J. S. McCT'LUlXsf. )
:il i 11. m.'ki:nii;
J't.:t.ir of Mwnirvil tv XlckiMr, J.-, 4
SOUTH CAEOUKi, j, jfc. f ;
publican partv. Throughout the proceedings ninc "w l"mic' ana 6tl l,uu '"rc -y , Vi.m an .,.,,,0,,. ,.f t! P j.,.;).!- rK,
there was a display ot ignorance, bigotry and snowing him attentiou ami convening wan nira to be i-cen at i .f JI ci-t. r f lnU
A. C. Regan, W. A. Bennett, jge Barnard of N. Y. Citv. who was inl
and W. A. McCprkle have been appointed pthed for corruption an "irregularities" as a
Revenue store-keepers in this Congressional jndge, has been found guilty removed and dis
District, y .y qtialified from holding office. Would that we
The James rivelr iivVirginla is so low thatftt had! a little of N Y justice down this way !
can be crossed at Richmond without getting A renort is current in Madrid that a t.Iot is
one's lept wet. Some i portions ofVa., are terribly on fao to re-instate Ex- ieen Isabella on the
thrdncjof Spain ;
Peaches are rotting at fifty cents a basket in
rulaanism revolting to those who have Wen
taught to" believe that the ballot is the palladi
um of our liberties.
Yet deplorable as was the exhibition at the
Cooper Institute, it was orderly compared with
the scenes enacted in some of the Southern
Sutes. The negroes freed from slavery in 'he
Sleuth are far more degraded, ignorant and in
tolerant than their brethren in New York, and
can be more easily inticed to acts of rowdyism
and violence. L'on such men the republican
politicians are endeavoring t3 Ustow the i.lit
icul control of the whole Southern co'iiiitrv,
strengthening them wherevtr their n-inibi r's arc
on the political issues of the day. When we (
adopt some snch plan as this we may hope to
succeed. Our party manager seem to forget 1 1
that we have to contend with a partv thoroughly I Nohth ( vi!"i.! a, ) , , ..
organued and altogether nnacrupulous. liwy ha 1.. m . j 1
can not ignore these facts and expect any thing W. K. S!,:.ip Adu.'i if Iiinm chi J
else but defeat. ,, . , , ,
. . 1 h. ( lo!te n d .! JiuA A. 1 1 t. I . II
mere were prave errora nnniumcu mt uw. , i.u.:. A ..a ,rlU , ., . j ;f
Tlie firm hfMnfirc exutlnz nndcr the nmie
of MiLUid Lk.YUts i thU day dlolrt-d t'v
mntttal ctwmnt, !
Thoe injlebfed to the 1ae fine will pica
rnine lorwarafeM malreveUlefneiil w,U. f.in Mnttr au.1 ife lUrth. ,ot Utit
Blills, Kcrus to whom all rUima r due. atnl tfnft Jw ' I .
MILLS Jt iXiYDEN. i . A
July 1, 1S72 JJ.n Rr.w.n.fi.U aid 1... mife Kair,, J l,.,
lil 'l. audliU wi'W ( 'mroLiit. J.he
ar, I 1.1- f llu..lil4', Ul.llaM IK'UTK.'. J -aiJ
lit wif I jiiiuiIHa, J . H ...
i in- atcf t i ift- trilb, 'V Viii
J..I.U A.fKsi!hif rattliriiia.liui.lUii. Jl -,
I ..i.'.).il. Jatra Iv,ni)l, TUkjm 1 mki',
l:.Urt lKmtl.il, lalij Ik.ilti.t. l1rr Iibi
Ib, bamli Ik:ildt, Marant boi.thit, Jatt
lfctlht', lKft4hi(, a ot Air lM4tiil.
ii ir i f .Mciar.ilrrlfcMi5.it irr-a-r ; J..kn
l'utt r, Jnu l"ui.v, Tt.-n.a' Fnklt-r, .jno i
r U !, !.!. r.tler, Wi!!i.4i !"-! r. IV ir
l"'-ir. Mji 1'f.ttr. Siisn To-trr, ai.f Ir-llni.'-a
!ildrn rnl hir ti
" r, ilr ( Tl ti K-icr; AUiar
l wU, Y r y iHr . Jr.. I'.tm U, Jr,
't,i K Iivi. I 'Wi 11 r.-.iilr wife
The Orrr.Tn'-u nr r.f Ircf.lJ Trnntr w'.ll
v. . I,. ... .:i ,
a I tit.
JOHN l V II-mN,1 air rn
l)'r I'oniity C .iniui-i..r. i
litdt-il ('utility, X. ('.
The new Manhattan Market in New Yorklis
nearly completed, and will be ready for occu
pancy early in the Autumn. The total cost of
the building will be $1,250,000, and the floor,
consisting of four 'inches of concrete, two Of
asphalt, and two of Portland cement, will alone
Three' thousand gas burners are
the building, and all the modern
contribute to the comfort of the
venders therein engaged.
The Lynchburg Xeu$ nys that a gentleman
who his recently travelled extensively in the
Southwest cjeclares that the crops of corn in all
that section re really magnificent, and if no
unforeseen accident occurs the yield of corn this
season will be sufficient for the next two years.
' ' 'I - 5 A:. : V
The Greensboro' Patriot learns that the gaage
of the North! Carolina railroad will be widened
from that place to Charlotte sometime this Fill,
and that trains will run through instead of
breaking buljk and transferring passengers as
now..- j "T
A woman,; whilst endeavoring, to catch her
child, was killed by being caught by the cow
catcher of a passing train near Durham's, on
the N. C. Central Railroad.
According to; the best information we have,
last Lciplaturc. and other ratios hrd
I theiretr-et in bringing aUtut thehitc cnfortt naJe
I result, but there w:is nnoe o iitr'us in iis
les than the whites with reinforcontnn of car-1 efuct as the titter want of illii nut organization.
pet-baggers and scalawags. l.t-t.i!:e citizens of i
New York picture their o-.vn city rultti by the
1 rt :t:tr, 1
lV;i;ii a u -ill I
I ! .-1 i 1 ! : . : ' -
! f. - t
votes of such electors as assembled in ihe(.Voi-
er Institute the night before h-, ami tiny: will
be able to appreciate the condition of the Spates
.wi ..:;.... t; k 'Pt. .-...I. .1. .. j. i?
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THKOXli SUt'l'lCllINT I.-SUE.
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liKKUI.KV were 111 110 ouit-r pai mcumi uei- - , 1. .1 t . f
vcconiiiig 10: me oesi liuormation we iiuve, 1 a,,u -""-a i:uuiu. 1 nc nun mil tiv v nr. ...... ... .......... j-...... (, ;uc 11. ik 1.1 u i'
the next Legislature will lnd 32 Conservatives ! ?Vlh. l!ie neBrM. but with those who stiiVe to ter than G KANT, his lant.ms pochttia- J h., i M(1 U.
i nt i ham t r,T-1 Imr 1 j m ili.linnf w. . 1 t I . . n 1 L ...
to 1 Radicals, in the Senate fhe House, C j er by iaiposinK lipon their crcdalitv and inflam-
u onpervatives to 00 itauicals
Tjiey have had several cases of, and some few
deaths by yellow fever in N Y Bay. The terri
ble idesease was carried there by vessels from
Rt. Rev. Dr. Gibbons, of N. C, is to be Bishop
of Richmond, Va., in the place of Bishop Mc
Gill, deceased. Both States, for the present, will
be under the Episcopal jurisdiction of Dr. GiV '
Tlie Third National Bank of Balti more was
robbea of eventy-nve thousand dollars last
Sunday night. The robbers escaped.
The News from Geneva is favorable.
They are having horse races'" at Fayetteville,
A son of Mr Carry Boyles, of Stokes Co,, was
caught by a threshing machine, one day last
wetK, ana insjRniiy Kinea,
i Cowing to illness, Bishop Alkinson failed to
meft his appointment last Sunday at Rtithr-fordton.
Mr. Henry Philips, who was hunting com
panion of the immortal Crockett, died at his
home, nearlTroy, Obion i county, Tenn., last
week, aged $6. I
- ! :
It is snid that Toonjbs and Stephens, of Geor
gia, have determined to take no part in thedii
organuing movements of the "Straight Outs."
They will neither support Greeley nor oppose
turn, but prperve a "masterly inactivity."
i- f . -
A severe jBtorm' passed "over Fayetteville, N
C, on last Friday. , ; " -
A negro iin Lumbertoni severely thrashed a
white man, a, few dys ago because he paid he
nuut i uniiB. wiui u nigger. . ue .wane
man and the negro were both, of the "JoU" fra
ternity. Jr j.-'J .. - . - I . - . '-.
Stephen Lowenr and Andrew strong; the two
remaining Robeson Outlaws, were seen at' Moss
Neck on Tuesday of last week, i
1 he. residence of Duncan M. Brown, of Maa-
onboro Sound, about seven miles from Wilming
ton, was destroyed by fire on Thursday morning.
Loss about $3,000; no insurance, -
! JUDGE BLACK'S LETTER.
We publish to-day the" admirable letter of
Judge Black of Pennsylvania, and ask for it a
careful perusal. The letter presents the whole
question at issue in the Presidential campaign
in a truthful and logical manner.
Judge Black is one of the oldest and purest
ing tlieir pnsMona. 1 lie incendiary speeches of
Secretary l5out .ee!! calling for a ceaseless enn.i
ty between the m grot-s and the whites ; the dan
gerous and tiiicliristian letter of Gerrit Smith,
in which the fierce hatreds engendered by
slavery are invoked to make the South, in his
own words, a "hell of horrors" these are the
influences that are calculated to turn th negro
into a demon a:id to make the snllV rageextend
ed to the black race, in our love of justice and
equal rights, a ?ure to the nation. Li ft alone
by the politicians ; gradually enlightened and
educated up to the capacity of forming an in
telligent political judgment; taught that the
shackles of nlaery are broken forever; that
their lot in life must henceforth be carved out
by their own industry; that they have an equal
interest with all other citizens in the peace,
progress and prosperity of the nation, and that
they must henceforth live in harmony and trnt
with their white neighbors, the- negroes would
become a docile and useful people, and their
happiness ahd success in life would be insured.
But the teach irgs of the radical republican pol
iticians are cakulated to keep them still in ig- )
norance into watch slavery
nnd to bring untold evils on
warn the men vho are striving to excite the
fears and the passions of the negro race for their
own political emu that they are p.ayirg with
tioti aiTaii!. the cai it-bagj,i s : llnr
ttiires." should i ally to Ins sunpirt
every Southern man. The policy cm- ;
braced in that pioclaimatioii, implies d -livrinnce
fiotn Mlrpcuidotl of ftiicus Xr
jilts, blank warrant, detectives and car-
pet-bagger?, and the restoration of sill
government. This is a vital matter tithe !
(South vital toil now. It cannot ftand 1
Mr. Grant's rul- of cat pet b;ig rs, up-1
held bv bavouets and blank-wan ant?
another four years
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I It would Lc roill ! ',1,,bu!k o: the T baco in p niarki1! l. ue lb. ltt i 1 . Jmliti Ma-ft. dii -msi I I id
... ,: i i deem it our !t;ty to exprrss o:tr tlan tir tl: , otlor lur :!' at p:ibl;c iuiUji, l hi !:-rvi-uancialiy.
Ill I line, ,ll j pHtroiiane i xtctide d to ui.r IIo-.im duins the ,., r. in the !" n .f Ssli.1r . . VrL.!.r
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would be equally latal to tne onn -.ior year. e do notcomj ' i ;i.b -.t U ! g at. e i ( iiV ;. nw .f A -g-ft, ni-tat t, tbr fu!lun..
one portion of a country could not coi conrad by tLe t- :!i.-r; irv d ! c ' y u an;.i.. WT t,I n-i.r, rJi
i -i.i. . i :i.'. i this sesnon. ar.d w-bijc n me o'.l-r .'aliLi-h-I . . f,i . i .... n.'i . ii..,.
iiniiifiirirkaiiii nn unfurl i: iti in; uu ...-.. mj . . "iv
,. 1 , ., i infills uiav nave iMijd u
other ti mortally tmeascu ; ana trie ter- ; llom. Jui j Ulai,
Ul o.df-r .!ilitii-r:-
1,1 iii'.re J milk eo 1 luiii we.
a lu tur Ki,Lli.iy or v i ally
democrats in Jhe country, and if be feels called
"Second. fVnpleto liberty and exact eonal-
ity ln the enjoyment of all civil, politic! and
public lights, should be established and ef
fectually inaiu'-ained throughout the Union
by efficient and appropriate Stte and Fede-
.. . .a 'i a t
vituuc 01 lull wouiu email iuiuiuuiu on . averug, tt an we l .t e.
the rest. ' Our aver.ige f r the ti.i.t.'.h of M.ir. w.vs $N "-'
The New York Erprtss, referring to j " !. .'. !! Y.'iv' " ri
the calcul.uions which the (iidtilites i c,ur mftlk).; ,i,nirp ;, ),a, l(1 1 n s ,'v,:
('Long lliaiichcr?," it calls them) are niak- lyoim'ju.a La bf, i u a i.f.l ! v a .i !.;
' has plunged them ; ing upon Dotnocratic supj.ort putthisqties- a -d litis;.-,, mr ; W.vuia r h 1 :i.th-
.1 A" I ie ' . :.. ,1,,,,,, Iml,. l-'-.r tit., tl r t lime StMtc;ai-d i tl Yi'W I.I tie criv limttiritv
n their heads. Wei tion lit a ationg Hgnt. r or tne nrsi inn . . ,
. . . , 1 . , . , I, ; nit c growing c-re.. we stuv:.-,- i!;.l i-mikc.
in our History, is ioca. ec..-g..T ..u....i ... ( ,Ue u:,m t3 o! lilt..r oiU Ci,.v " 4.
issue. In aU past party contest between ...actxible.
Federalists and lu-punlicau?, or nigs j Uur senior p.u'.ner fiavtrg n a i d t.eioue
...A llmniTMii. ibis irrpiit f und amen til i a t fm f y srs. . ur btu i.tr. ( r'u h ut a ny
., r, j . l , i i tnftteri.il chnnpe irt the inrftb" linu.iwill
principle of Iretdom was conceded by . j, fu lU CcM tl ,jt!UlJ4 f .
both tides. Now, however, the cliani- : bcictc.U.rc : and with tLe Loufe eUarcrd d
. a a ' .
pious of ccntrauzatiou and imperialism
make this ti et in the condict. IfOran-
lisui prevail., the States ate province, to
',-..e'., nu .!.! Watch,
an.! K:i.lieti f ii i. turc At
JOHN S IH.XM.il-N,
A'b.r ..f A. J ad
i.n 1 1i.j
unbn to lay aside all prejudice and preference wmtratin snoma a.iiim oi any aiscn.inua
and vote for preeley, we do not see how any
one else, who has the good Jot his country at
heart, can refuse to do so. But we et-pecially com
ral legislation. Neither the law nor its ad- I v,e ruli (J by detective?, aud H.ectd by
! to.ti tit ruAriunt t f f 1 1 fi 5 W futlUnn .f r;tia
H' IM u I v. r va viwav a ' mv,'m ' avv
creed, color, or previous condition of servitude."
mend the letter to those old Democrats who are
still hesitating as tp Jlheir, duty -.in the present
The above extract, is the socoud plank in
we call ft I" . v 4v to mr l".. !.,.
and tte p i' lie, g'itra!!y,in ac : m-I-ciut t lb- r
patniif', Il at tf can , II, r tbeiii a. a ! .
coimrLti,'iin and it ifci .ii lU .e, 'ly
ajd Miiiiiut-liTily abi , tLcr ii L ; it u.; i.. . j
ihrll'!l l'.1:i' Id ii' TIl, Tt- U: I.r. .
TVe S'--f tV- N"'-. i i. .i-. A- ''.r-iiii-
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J. K. lU UKi; A- V"-
J y K'L
SIT.CFAL NOTK I".S.
ti. s wiphiug to s.;d
V copy froai the Express
MM... T,.,.r n.-yr,..,nr tnrn.l nriAnln In r
, , , o Hiargfj. aud remittancu pr .j:i; iv u..Mle
I..rgt i, mat uiw ouiuuu.uit p.n.T i:ureor uwul. Wt .a.i ;iri-t -c
vractiwl Dirty, full of practical men, with a ih tal- a-e t - . l .. 1 il
l.. - it- . .. .1-.. . i.
Um lu'l '-l"
u is. t-, I . a .. a '
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campaign, t ?;:-:r :
iTIieKegro'lileetlng at the Conper Insii-
Juter A Picture for the Contemplalion'qf
Mr. James 8. Orisby, of Prislol Teno,, was
killed by the Caw near hi hoW on Saturday
10th August. i - i A
.Tliey had a Jarge Conservative gathering in
Raleigh last Friday night. It was a celebration
over the Conservative victory and a reorgaitira
tion for the Greeley campaign. Speeches were
made by Judge Merrimon, , Judge Shipp, Mr.
Separks, Judge Fowle, Mr. Turner and others.
They also had a grand display of fire works and
a torch light Procession. I
T r i ;
Greeley, it is said, is the originator of the
movement to procilrejpardon to the Ku Klut.
Immense fires are raging in the woods in nor
thern Michigan, and apprehensions begin to be
felt that there will be aepetition of the scenes
of last October. A,. . .
Two hundred and eighty-three thousand dob
lars is the suijn that will be divided among Com
mander Cushing and Jhe criw of the picket boat
that destroyed the Rebel ram Albemarle.
Tobacco was ruined, and fruit treea blown
down, by a storm which passed over Windsor;
xxicKs, Mjno., Wednesday. '
: txng Island haa Ay improved trout pondsj
which, with their lodges and accessories, are ea-l
tibiated at upward of $100,000 in value.
A Washington lady protested against the;
Auntv, gave 12t Conservative notes, not one
tH.aoicai. co iay yie iagie. i
They are to have street lamps at Ilickorv
Taven soon. x
IriAnnanias Allen, of Caldwell Co.,!isdead
lie passed his ninety fourth year, never having
. .felt p;tin or taken medecine, up to the time of
his fa til illneiw. A j
Keibn V. Chnndlcr (white) agedj25 was
executed' last Friday in thejailyard atdiarlotte,
for the crime of rape, committed on the night
ut the first of April, 1871 on the person of a
Mi. Ilradtduw whlter In Lincoln Co. 1
A negro by the name of Jim Johnson attempt-
- edi to ioioii a party of 23 persons, mostly young,
t IteidsvilJe, N. C, on the evening oTrhelg,
tiy poinoning the ice cream which he prepared.
ftcyeral of the Parties it is 'thought, will not re
wvc. TheVgro' ha been jailed., " '
Mr. Abraham Lincoln has gene to France for
the purpose: of making that country herJiome.
gpjke Malen, a well known saloon keeper
the Radical platfoi in adopted at Philadelphia practical .dcas that nicaus something, not ,
wneu uram was reaominaiea ior me nigu tancics, out realities, nu inai u mey can-
not ct all they would Wish, they will get j
rati, and it will W tftMifra the d-t.tlice
, r, ;r.r: f
-f .... .... .
ra. t tv-a aa
ofBce which he disgraces.
It h ttwonger than Sumner's Civil Rights
Bill. It 'favors the' throwing itown of all
hariers that stand in the way of the Social,
civ i: and political equality of the races. In
iifTi'inVits tii r il i .
fr-.ne nr .
iJUft 1th O,.ll..o.
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sSiuh' in ihit Rtimififvint hpadinr nf an ijirtlolfc ! . ii ' i ....
, . ... joiner wuras, me negro inusi tie auinmea
wicli kww in fhmSMraJdtf the 17th Ljto yur CltWf,es churches. hotels.
liisUnt,'Th article of which the above is the
heading was called forth by the disgraceful pro
ceedings of a large negro meeting held ail Coop
ed Institute, N. Y. City, on Thuwday evening
cars, steainboitts, theatres, and other public
places, ob terms of "complete llberiy aud
nxact equality" with thewhites. Tiiose who
iL - - i i J i e thiuk that thi3 interminglint' of the
negroes, there bein it is said, four tlusand t thi3 rrf,POSed sncial T'Hlity with negroes
all they can. Greeley e ideas oft cfl ral
and Stale Rights are our idea, and the old
W hig ideas, by the way of Clay and Web
ster. If there wererto other issues in this,
contest !thuii of self-government, home
government, conuty government, mun:ct-.
pal government, State govi rnmcnt, thee
are practical iusuea enough to take ps all i
for Uretly. They mean rveryihing in J
the contest. They mean ju? t what the !
old Democracy n 1800 me uit, when they j
ifbelled Jt il,e Alu ii m i Sedition
ects of the Federal Goveruim ut. They
are isnee of tho highest, gravest; and
most solemn character, ur.d r our form of j
Government. They mean the pr fer- j
vat ion nf the Government as frame! for ;
us, nr its loss in consolidation aril cen
tralization, The Domociat w ho w bisks riff
that these things should be brought about, j frora issues like these now befoie ua and
then they should not hiitate to vote fir gore for (riant, is io Democrat, nevi-r h-is
fnd forming a judgment on its merits, but with Grant. His party is pledged t bring about 1 hen one, never can be one, for it is not
f he object j of Veiling and hooting doWn the j ts,, infamous and filthy regulatious,vheth. j Greeley, tie man we oru fighiing b-r,
preeley orator bo as to prsvent his words from 1 r the l,lack3 desire them or not. The in- 1 assiiiit the man, Grant, but for a re-
ibeing heard, and of cheering his adversary. .,..,; r u n ...... vi i presentation ot ihe hrst, rrreatit. craiulc t
i J.he scene was a disgrace to a civilized city, and
t Bewaro of Counterfeits !
JOB HOSES' MV;AOTK7ilL?,f
ar tstrnrtvty cocsraaraiTab. ittnit Orur
gtmt rlMtw ;' wmi utjtlis ireui f'rmi '
rrr.fu. The FmuH Km tht nmmr J k M
hm oaartia P '.m ara onf.!!!?, In hm txtrt ot all
flbOMtalnlal an4 danrvoa n Uk-h U.
biailc ooivtiUilon l tnLwI. T Vt tn'l'rate n
colored pe6ple present, and the ostensible ob
ject of the; gathering was to listen to a Grant
and a Greeley speaker, both colored, j W. U.
Sanders taking the side of Greeley and Rev.
Ienry II. Garnet maintaining the claims of
irant. But, sas the Herald, "it soon became
evident thtit three-fourths of the number atten
ded not fof the purpose of hearing a discussion
this miscegenation, this plan to force filthy
contact with the colored rsce to raise np a
nation of hybrids, mongrels, to take the place
of the white Anglo-Saxons, short, to inex
ictnize America, we say, if there are
any white men in their senses, who think
was calculated to shake the convictions of those
who have hitherto been the most earnest in
their adrdcacy of negro suffrage. Taking the
account of the Grant Organ as the one most
likely to (represent in as favorible a light as
possible the conduct of the black ruffians who
made the night hideous yith their npioar, we
take the following specimens from its I account
of the proceedings r Here follows extracts from
the 'vYSrWi, Ta double-dyed Radicil paper,
and even its accounts, make th colored people
appear in a most disgraceful attitude -an atti
tude that will prove most disastrous to their
j most injunons
would be the
of such a programme would be prescm-iuon oi me nri, greaioi
onsto the colored people. It l' . f Dfmccn.cy --.wy
, . . f . .. . ., . thit, which not only lhoma
ie beeiniiing of civil troubles of j i i
& " . , son and Andrew Jackson iexi
urim till A
which we have now noconception. Rut snch i Lu, ;in ,
, j j
is the reckless, aggressive, m farious charac
ter of Radicalism. "?hink of th?se things.
Daniel Webetar too.
All ierson bavin claims asrsin-,t the estate
of A.Jadon Mason dee'd are herehv notified to
XT" Three weeks to-day since the riecthn
and the official count has not yet been made exhibit the same to the nndrizned Wtbre the
known. Enough is known, however, to enable M day of Autnit, A. D. 1873. And all ttcnion-i
us to judge of the results with a good deal of dhtJo ??, 5 '.Tvi',,"16
- -;v . i. i v n j promptly. JOIJN 6, HENDERSON,
accurracy. To say that we have been badly de- AMr of jajo,.
feated would not be true. To say that we have Aug. R, 1872. 47 t:
mxoemm K&d tcnuTa ait easu acirr,a. Xtvat LiV
tU.yar yarticuiuir ui t L Tji j .1 la a V-t
tlrna brier oo ttM nwrnlhly tM with frataHlr
ri4 alUMtofh nj ietful.cwuuiii ucALlug L un
fit ta ike eutiUiOJiin. 1 1 wit cw ot ?i woe it4
f laai A3crtia:m, Vtitt in IU 1. k iait Limb.
fUra on 'ia'it n.niin. Pa')-itti..n -f thf lint.
llu-r.es aad Wblta. tJ.-r w I it eflw eu.- bn
Sit oUn r inn fil- 4. Tt cl.-a'jM- -o2a 1
vb pacltaa dt le t d.irtH- n I mdr.cm, or
w.ll ba arnt f-. ts all .c.jij tot tktt, twlc4
Cron twvti n.
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, rt"el ro, rni m. ATaa. flaciirama.
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tiMttt Currtlnt tt -a Iiiai.t- Lr
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I'rii :tA rrnia par lev. J-:5i:g;i:-.l,..i
1. .J, '. .n .t f 1- t, ' 1 -
THE GREAT FWEMCH REMEDY.
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So. 24 E-t LrH..' .r '. . "
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taUlchi M-a'ir I'.ar.-a:., tLt ; - ) t-u r- 'f
ll all - ft t rtr FtrrfcTm. w hstinl Vi'k
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