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SALBslilJBr T II I' USD At SEPTEMBER 17
The Grnd Lodge of 0. S. of I. O.O. P.
will meet in Atlanta, Ga., on 21st, inst.
TIjp Dentist of North Carolina propose
to bold meeting in Raleigh during the
State Fair for the purpose of organizing a
Stale Dental Society.
President Grant has declined to be at
oar forth corning State Pair, on account
of business engagements. Glad of it. He
would add nothing to the Fair, aa but few
people in this section are so much inclined
to hero worship aa to desire to see him.
Playing into Their Hando.
The Radical papers of this State are
opposed tT the calling of a Qonveution.
Their argument is iuexpediency, the aame
as that used by the Conservative papers
that oppose it. Thus, says the Hillsboro
Recorder : "the policy of our friends plays
directly into the bands of tho radical
party which would perpetuate all the evils
fixed upon us by the Constitution of 1868.
That was radical work, and is for radical
Hot only so, but in thus plaeing our
selves on the Radical platform, we assume
the responsibility for Radical wrongs and
misrule, and throw away every possible
chance for Conservative triumphs hereaf
ter in ibis State t The people will most
surely repudiate a party that bears no
Wm. Eaton, Esq., of Warrenton, is out fruits ; that has no higher mission than to
in a letter on the Convention question, keep its members in office ; that submits
Mr. E. will do very well to get up lega to aod condones the crimes of Radicalism
Forms, but he is lost when he attempts for the sake of the spoils of office.
argument on matters of vital public inter
est. The advice to the shoe maker would
bo apt here.
Personal. We were favored last
week by a visit from our old friend Mr.
John Rosser, of Memphis, lie is a native
more evidence was needed to of Lancaster, S. C. He had not been in
Charlotte since 1826. It was then a
small hamlet of some dozen houses. The
establish the crimes of H. W. Beecher it
t p their minds to hear no othct !
. , i , r i small am ei oi huluu uuacti iiuubcb. iuv
was given bv Mr.Frank Moulton a few days . , r , .. ,
rf Catawba Journal was the only newspaper
ago. But the New York papers and Ply- then pubiitshcd in ai tDi8 8ecuon. Now
month Church still insist that the great almost every cross road has its organ.
libertine is innocent, because he says he Charlotte Home.
is not guilty. Wat power money has in The Catawba Journal was edited and
tho world ! What virtue there Is in the published by Mr Lemuel Bingham, who
word of a rascal when, the people make now resides in the town of Statesviile.
Mr. Bingham and the Hon. Philo
White, were joint editors and publishers
Tho negro shot by Judge Schenck of the Western Carolinian at Salisbury
in self defense is not dead and but slight- in 1822, or thereabouts. A year or two
ly wounded. The negro went to the subsequent to that time Mr. Bingham re-.
Judge's office and told him he wanted to moved to Fayetteville, and published the
kill a white man and would rather kill a FauetteviUe Observer, and at a still later
Judge than anybody else. Thq Judge period removed to Charlotte and brought
ordered off tho negro but he would not go. t the Catawba Journal. In 1828 he
Matters proceeded until the Judge was came back- to Salisbury and published
their sentiments on the question in 1871.
When we consider what a large number
of oar people voted for a Convention in
1871 in the face of the threats, doubts,
drawbacks and difficulties that surrounded
tbem, weLaWe more convinced than ever
that the people will not ouly go for the
measure, now, but that they demand it of
the nest Legislature.
eagerly pick tbem up andadvocate tbem
vehemently ; but, as a general. thing, there
time is occupied with schemes such aa tbe (State Convention, adopted a platform in
Universal Suffrages hobby, of several
years , ago. They shun change aa tbe
devil does holy water, no matter how
much good it promises the people. They
are powerful fellows to tnakej promises,
but they never fulfill them. In short,
they will do nothing boldly and manly,
when there is the sligh test possibility of
a change being wrought that is likely to
interfere with their official aspirations. Let
the people therefore speak out. It is
to them we look for good result.
here the Yadkin and Catawba Journal.
The Home may not know that Coopee
& Krider, (Jacob Krider, Esq., of Mt.
Vernon, Rowan County,) published a
The Piedmont Press, under the head of Magazine in Salisbury years before Ling
compelled to fire upon the fellow, though
not with the purpose of killing, but wound'
ing or disabling.
The infamous act of the Administration
in sending troops to the South, and the
attempt of carpet-baggers to get up a new
rebellion, begin to awaken apprehension
among the more sensible and considerate
Northerners for the permanent value of
their bonds and the credit of the Federal
Government. They declare that recon
struction has proved a failure, and they
can see nothing in the further interference
with the South, but bankruptcy, repudia
tion and a war of races.
If only repudiation of the Federal war
debt and the bankruptcy of the Abolition
thieves result as a reward to the self
righteous Northern people for their inter
ference with the South, we shall have
nothing to regret. The Northern people
arc rich, and they became so by making
tho South poor. They carried on a war
of outright plunder and spoiliation against
the South for four years ; they murdered
in cold blood and robbed our people of
every thing they could lay their hauds
on ; by an act which puts the common
freebooter to shame, they deprived the
South of millions of money in slaves. At
the end of actual hostilities, they were not
satisfied with their innumerable robberies,
and with having reduced the South to
utter bankruptcy, but they at once began
to tax their ingenuity to devise ways and
means to further torment a people
they had robled and ruined.
opened their prisons and penitcn
tiaries and sent forth
tnncfl p Viik hrn n ri j t man (nni'!te fi n .1 t i
-'-" .-... iuvbw - i lariBpruaente. wo nnve
thieves, by the Federal array, and other- complain of Jo's decision
wise shielded and protected them "by ap- the people an honest and a good Judge.
POOB DAVY !
Be sure you are right and then go ahead,
was the watch word of one who was in
many respects a moral Phi losopher whose
counsels and life are worthy of tbe most
profound study and respect. Would that
we had more Davy Crockets now a-days !
Would that more of our public teachers,
editors, lawyers and doctors, would act
upon the the advice given by him. It is
distressing to see how many of these jump
at conclusions. To day they will take a
position, as a feeler ; to-morrow they will
eat their words, because some big man
says their action is premature, inexpe
dient, impolitic. Principle, manliness
and justice have no part in the politics,
composition and doctrine of these chant
pjoos of the times. Policy, expediency,
is every thing. The watchword or' the
great philosopher is superseded, Poor
TIIE MICHIGAN DEMOCRACY.
The Michigan Democrats, at their .late
which, among other things, they say
"We demand an immediate abandonment
of all efforts to rule States for corrupt par
ty purposes by an infamous alliance of
carpet-baggers, scalawags and bayonets."
A positive cure for diabetea, gravel, Bright'
disease, dropsical swelling, Don-re ten I ion or
incontinence, and all diseases of the bladder
and kidney, is Kearney's Extract Buchu. Ak
for it and lake no oilier. Depot 104 Duane
Street, New York. Sold by druggists everywhere.
The Raleigh Sentinel referring to the
judicial contest between Wilson and
Cloud, says : "A constitution which can-
Tbey not clearly show who is Judgo certainly
needs amendment. J o Dobsou, the Solid-
I. 1 . I . mm i
their inmates lor oruenng tue oneiin wno to recognize
, , as Judge, was certainly a chapter on con
carpetbaggers among us : they backed ., .. e . v .
r, stilutional government and carpet-bag
no reason to
lie has given
The Cant of mpotorsa.
It is so obvious thst physical and constitu
tional rigor is the bent defense against disease,
that even the vendors of drastic purgatives ad
vertise them as tonics, stomachics and invigor
ants, in the hope of enlisting the confidence of
the public in the devitalizing and pernicious
potions. It is amusing to note bow these im
postors imitate and copy the language in which
the medicinal properties of ITostetter'a Stomach
Bitters are discribed. Although tbe effect of
their rasping evacoants hi to destroy the tone
of the digestive organs and the bowels, and to
rob the system of its vita) strength, they are un
scrupulously recommended to the weak and
prostrate victims of disease as stimulants ! It
is time this humbug (not a very successful one
it is true, thanks to the mature common sense
of the American people) was stigmatized, as it
deserves. Such mischievous falsehoods should
be eziHMed pro bono publico. Hosteller's Stom
ach Bitters, be it distinctly understood, is a
stimulant. It has a spirituous basis, and that
basis is the vehicle which diffuses its wonderful
smitary principles through every part of the
system. The tonic, alterative and regulating
ingredients of the Bitters would be compara
tively inert it'they were not, so to peak, carried
to the localities where they are required by the
stimulating agent. The cant which protests
against the use of a pure alcoholic fluid, when
employed as a means of giving full effect to
medicinal extracts of the highest utility, is the
cant of charlatanism. Kvcry intelligent physi
cian so characterize it, and the sick who are
griped, convulsed and debilitated by the nau
seous and disgusting nostrums of tbe parties
who put it forth, soon find to their sorrow thst
it is a delusion and a snare. Hosteller's Bit
ters, the great sanitary stimulant of the age, is,
in the truest sense of the words, a wholesome.
vitalizing, renovating preparation.
"some place for the insane," says :
"It seems to us, the best policy is, for
ham & White's time. But Coopee & Kri
der were themselves preceeded in the
the Legislature to increase the size of tbe printing and publishing business by a
Asyiura at naieign, or Duua anotner in German named Sloomp. If Salisbury
si... wr 4 sUmJ l r i
uiu n i'pl, eyw u wan vj expense, uvi
fVlTV tnUMifiliin tln n won i t irk nau
" V wr is eeeiaaaew vssss ww iv.u uulu jvs pu j i . 7 - - n
the expenses of its own insane in the the Uome u 18 aot inappropriate to advert
pro on ate legislation. 1 nesc base in
s a. w
8trnments were to keep open the woun
of the war, fan the fires of discord, steal
all that was left, and crush out the remain -
And here we would remark that honesty
, in a Judge is more to be desired than
Ud . i : .
But the Constitution is equally indifi-
l i i -C i nite and unreliable on man v other matters
ing. manhood of our people. For nearly . ' " "
We are in favor of extending the ac
commodation for the insane, and would
prefer to see it provided in some of our
healthy and cheap Western Towns Mor
gan ton, Newton, or As he vi lie.
We do not. however, annrchend tho
reason for requiring each Township to
pay the expenses attendant on the sup
port of its own insane. Why should a
Township be held responsible for a provi
dential visitation ?
to these pioneers in the publishing busi
ten years this system of outrage, wrong,
plunder, and insult has been kept up, and
we seem to be no nearer the end than be-
in fact, it is as utterly tin suited to the
wants of the people of North Carolina, as
is the Code of Civil Procedure expensive
fore. So-called co-equal States are still M C0,UP,CX- But, unless a Convention
ARGUMENTS AGAINST A CONVEN
Some opposition to the calling of a Con
vention at this time has been expressed.
But there has really been no good reason
given why we should not have a Conven
tion, and there has not been an argument
uttered against it worth the paper on
which it was written. A few papers have
declared their opposition, merely, without
trampled on and their rights ignored.
There is no limit to the Federal power.
Constitutions and laws are disregarded
when they stand in tbe way of the pleas
ure of the Presidttit or hinder the progress
of mere party su4Wess. The most pros
perous, peaceable, and desirable portion
of this onee happy Federal Uuion has
been overrun and devastated and tbe peo
is called, we must puff t the inconveniences
it imposes indifiuitely. The legislative
mode, or patching process, will take near
ly five years, and we will piobably have
a worse constitution then than now. The
necessity for a Convention is absolute.
We publish in another column a com
pie plunged into hopeless bankruptcy and I munication from i.m c at" in response
humiliation ; yet we are asked to respect to a paragraph that appeared in the
of the citizens, tax-payers, agaihst the new8PaPer bave vml J attempted to tered among
cs, while we are taxed about the
... - I lnrilil nnh u nmninn in tins mattai I
The latest telecrrama brine- denlnmblp J offering any satisiactory excuse for it. We , , , . , . vVTrmvr iv rUr,v tn k vntn n( n
news from New Orleans, La. An uprising . ntlCed lbatt corresPonacntB of cer- inflicted tbege wrong8. Troops are still combe, about two weeks ago. Our figures
votes given Pool and Purnell
to pay the cost of our subjugation and were taken from our Raliegh exchanges,
keep in trim the instruments of our op- The vote as stated by us was published
pressions. Why then should we care how in two of the Raleigh Dailies, and as we
soon bankruptcy overtakes tbe North, and had not at that time seen the vole of the
repudiation follows in the wake of a dis- county we concluded that that given by
solved and now miscalled Federal Re- the News and Sentinel was correct, and
If a war of races does not come, it will attention not been
not be because Northern malignity, Radi- specially.
cal hate, and Federal legislation have uot In regard to the other matter published
conspired to bring it about. The euforce- by "Democrat," we know nothing, and
- nin.millin. wa1.Kaw5aj.amJ1 n ; . 1
by the Kollogg government, has resulted
in a fight and the loss of fifty lives in the
l streets of New Orleans. The people had
grown weary of the insults and wrongs
and rebbtsry of the scoundrels whom the
Radical party had foiated upon them, and
thoy aimed themselves for the contest.
What a commentary upon Radicalism,
GrautUm, Reconstruction and Federal in
terference generally. Grant has issued
forestall public opinion in this matter.
They have fen e rally written under ficti-
tiootf names, and as their arguments have
been worthless they have produced to im
pression. As a specimen of the arguments
used in opposition to the measure, we give
the following taken from a correspondent
of the Concord Sun :
"I object to 'a Convention on the fol
lowing grounds, 1st We are too poor to
bear the additional expense and taxation.
2nd, It would be unwise and inexpedient,
should not have noticed the error had our
called to the matter
his proclamation and taken aides with the it might be attended with defeat aud dis- ment of the Civil Rights Bill is intended permit its inseition iu these columns in
MARRIED LADIES To call or send
stamp fur confidential circular. To them
only. An absolute preventive. No Medi
e'me, no trtuhle, and ntirfi;ctly safe.
DU. GUSTAVUS FARR.
No. G Eant Washington St.
A BEAUTIFUL META4.IC GBA7I COriBm
Is now offered to every one interested in beautifying and protecting th
theic deceased relsUves. E
n'l i : t : a :.L. a - - .f .--I .
i ticjr u c uiauo in mur sit-c, wnu Tncijr vi (ivir?, ranging m price frsa Sm
tn SfiO. acenrdin? tn size and ht -le. Can bo nninux) t. i-
t a 1 j uipireo. iihiiu
nlnnitufl tn suit I lm lulu nf nlimhiun A v.laniJ J...
. 1 . "UiaJUlur k.
1 i ' - j vj muiuc.
a ; THIS HANDSOME DECORATION
is o Mr rod at such nnces a to mace 11 witlnu reach of ail u'.. :
, : ... r. . . - , , " iuue ue ciuV.
And nunlir fpnni.il v tn mil ana PTamiiiC fur I lrrn-lvu "c
f D J " . .
Specimen can be seen at J. A. Ramsay's office.
C PLYLEIL Aeent.
We have foni different varieties of North
ern Seed wheat for Sale, cheap. Call and
BEPNHARDT & ROXS (1 mo.)
Tmbin Water Wheel.
P001E it- IWltT BALTIMORE,
Kanojaetmrara for tha Ssath and locth r at;
S-pt. 17. 1874 ly.
thieves of course
Slvei thnncrh th Rnntl. V,Q &lA -JtU "j i tt . . .1
.- o- w uticu fTii,u ana are juany inuignani at ine vile provi
J! eucrai troops. Will tho North never awak
Butt Southern men will 8ter. 3d, Many good men and true, who to be the trumn eirl in the inannninn
I u i . . . 1 3 .1 1 , . i t- -i-l r a
; f , " '-e- SaTsT. ZXZZ -t tbi. iah0m.0 unrfy. if it an,
wilIBodmlaa.toprotetl:ein- gwied uh the rajoality of tUt party, other device will be adopted. So tl
have no interest in coudoning the crimes
order that the parties referred to may have
a chance, to set themselves right, if
o ion s of the eivil Rights Bill, voted with 0f our persecutors. We must determine
en to the folloy of Sonthern interference ? the last election and this might be L of our8elve8. peaCeably if
Lei tha F..nrl n ...vi..j. the means of driving them from onr side." t , ...
vvivuuiii ut aiiX uauuD
but let us resolve at all events to
dirt, and ceae to look North
off and the Sonthern people will soon cor nothing better than the above can be eat n0 more
reel the evils which afflict the body politic. 8a5d against the calling of a Convention, for kindness
Tbey will clean ont the Augean stables we tUink l opposition ought to cease at that we BUaU ever unable t0
ana estaoiisn nonest. government. Aud
this matter should be left to them alone. There is not a school boy who can repeat
There will be no neane until thia the multiplication table and who known
V " wmsw iiiv T I a
- . . .
any thing about the cost of legislation at
all, who docs not know the cheapest and
For the Watchman.
In your hwue of the 3d inst.,
you speak of the vote of thia, (Buncombe)
County aa a grand puzzle. While 1 am not
surprised at you and the balance of mankind
bein Duzzled at tbe vote cast here, vou are
We have no cause to fear greatly in error when you say that, Purnell
carried the tounty. Col. rooi earned it by a
mnioritv of near 000. Rut it in tm (lint wa
of ourselves if we bnt act prudently. The elected a Radical to the Legislature and that by
time is not distant whnn f.i.,.U will ri a very large vote 200 ahead of our regular
I nominee when the Democratic majority in the
up w cucuuioge us in our siruggies against County is near 600 1 But thia is not the worat
The Ml Great Amal Fair of
Western North Carolina will be
HELD IN SALISBURY OCT. 27TH, 28TH,
29TH. 30TH. & 31ST, OCT.. 1874.
The Exhibition promise to lc the granduat
ever aoeu in Uie Weatera part of thu State.
New and Improved
of all description! and fine blooded Stock of
all kind.4 will be on exttiiiiiion from every
part of the conntry. Triala ofHpoed everyday
and the fact that
Fifteen Hundred Dollars
in Premiums are offered in thia department
alone will insure some of the finest racing ever
seen in this" part of the country. The Pre
miums in every department are liberal, ana
NO ENTRANCE FEE IS CHARGED ON
ANY ANIMAL OR ARTICLE
for exhibition except in the Trial of Speed.
Thu is done to give our county Exhibitors a
fair chance to display the frnita of their indus
try without any ridc of Loaa,"aud every body
in invited to Enter anything which may be
thought worthy of Notice in the induct rial pur-suit-!.
Tlie ohject of the Fair u to benefit the
Farmer and Mechanic of the county by bring-
t.irv !.. tli. I r nAjiAA aaot Bti.l imtimvoil ItrbiL nf
Ktiick and imiilomentM of Lnhtir.
No Gambling will be permitted on tbe
Arrangements will be made to accommodate
all who may attend with Board and Lodging at
Single adraiiwion 50 cents
For Further particulars inquire of any of the
officers of the association
TH09. W. KEEN. Pies.
B. P. ROGERS. 8ec.
Nearly 7000 now in um, working under
heads varying from 2 tn 240 feet !
24 size, from 5 to 96 inches.
The most powerful Wheel in the market.
And raoct tconnrcic-il iu uae of Water
Largo ILLUSTRATED Pamhpljt aoit
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF
Tortalble and Stationary St nam Engines
and l)oilert, Balcock oc Wilcox l'utent
Tiibujoun Boilers, KbaogbV Crush'T for
Miucfiiis, Saw and (riiai M'lls, Fiotiring
Mill (tachiuery f r Whitfl Iad Works
and Oil Mill. Shafli. Pull, ys aud
ENI) FOR CIRCULARS.
S.p. 3. 1874 6pk.
and lawless encroach- bing we did, Maj. Avery our nominee for So-
A. , . -I licitor was beaten in the County by nearly 000
An mwAmmi... a . . AO -lk , , . " ' 5 d.uo v 1 votrs anu our nominee lor ftupener court Clerk
An oxGovcrnor of "distinction;' it is possible method of changing the ju8tice in the North, the great West will only received 442 votes when the strength of the
l.i n n a a ma a. . ,a l. . . 11 i i i ,t.t..4... l mi , mi i -
eaid, has expressed himselfs opposed to Constitution i hy a Convention. The
a Convention. We know of an ex-Govern- reaaon why it would be unwise and inex-
or of "distiuctiAu," who, it is said, was pedient the writer does not say, unless, as
opposed to Convention in 1871. The he adds, it might be attended with defeat
reason why is about as sensible as that aQd disaster." Not half so liable to be
which tho fellow gives who did not like attended with defeat and disaster as tho
Legislative mode. But the 3rd reason,
A-A i AA i.A t u j .j. , partvs ovorliOO! Well, you naturally ask,
ere long see the folly and stupidity of wha(wa8 the maOer-what brought all this
crashing out so valuable a Commercial about, Well, Sirs, this is what you and the
.ectio, M ft, Soh. Let n pTO. ft, ZSRLfSZ 2JS
even tenor of onr way, giving thanks to nee (so-called) of our party for Congress. He
none hut God for onr existence.
and his friends, who had ''packed" him in, had
areat fears of his success, and thev so wuinanM
that he was to be elected if it coat the head of
this method of lnf..nnitte mA
aud pair.. us that I hav.- r-J,7
Saliabory. aud opnd a shopa W.;.
in the building below Juhu Suidera. oi.
l guaranty to do wtrk as eh van AuA M J
na . hu ."r: uuur iu in v ouiu, vt eaab ur W
tvr. Call and see me.
JOHN A. STOCKTOL
Spt. 10. 1774 kuo. Vi
Stats or North Cabouai. i it, uw pj
Davtk Coramr. J imn.
Bmurj Marshall, Pit 1 Petitioo kxnmm
Jwwst. J al of K (i i
R. O. Jone, SurviTinc Adtnr. M arW
oi rfuvrpu ml. i looser, uccaacu. j
Clrk of the Commissi.. otrs of the County
of Il"Wan to tbe tir t Moudaj in H-pteuiber.
Atniiunta and items audited hy the Board
to the members thereof.
D. A. Davis, per diem 14.00
MoseaL. Holmes, " " 4.00
John I Shaver. " 24.00
E. Maoney, " ;t.00
do do Milleage 1J30
J. G. Fleming, per diem 40.00
do do Miileace 24.25
G. Bernhardt per diem 40.00
do do Milleage 21.00
Horatio N. Woodson per diem 4G.00
Distances traveled by tha members of the
Board, in atleudiog tbe seaaioBs of the
E. Mauney. 2i0 miles
J. G. V t viui ug. 485 do
G. M.-Il.-aruliardt. 4:tJ .1..
HORATIO N. WOODSON. Cleik.
Sept. 9. 1674 4 ta.
It appearing to the aatitf-triinn (.f iLr
11.-1 11 a? a ; a - 1 m a
' vj. woiie i uoi a rouoent of lactam
it ia thereCore ordered that publicatua be aae
for aix weeka aocccMvelj, in iht "Canes
Waclliman" a newatmuer feHUaed m a.
Town of Saliftbory, . C nolifrinf mi4 l.
Jooea as Admr. aforcaaid, that he appar o
lore 1 be judge 01 j'rotwie tor aak) c
hia office in Mockavillr. and anvrrtW 1
t . 1 . . : ji ' 1 - .-1 ? .-.
' "if 1 muuuwiiicii i uieu ia una lAJurLta
01 wiiicn hud mail. l ! ik mmJmi
twentr dara after the aenrir of iLU
1 . r .... ...
mm, ami n nc lau lo answer wiuitn taa
aiorvouti, appitcauon will be made to tat
for the relief aked Cur in the pttiiiua, at
tame will then be heard and acted aa.
Uthdayof Aug. 1874.
n. b. now Aim.
Clerk 80 per tor CnA.
And Probate Jeas.
Aug. 20, lg74 w.
Blaciier aid Eeiienu,
January 22 IS74 f. " f
Cedar Cove Nurseries.
ra.i ana onr rrupmeai
Ked itains. Ta4kinUKiutj.
Ureal itvlooemenU oflerad U
r.i berry and It-vpberrv 1'lanu.
Price Li now readv, with bat
rarities. Send lor tU
CRAFT A SAILOR,
Red Plain, Yadkin Co, K.l
4 r i . - . . t
rm,. o, hit u.
AND THE SOUTH WEST.
ive party, because it durst at'
tempt measures in a legal and Constitu-
A mass meeting is called by the e!eF7 other nominee in the District. The Press
J nf ihn Qtf M H7flS2 HA pnntrn Pii in tha inform!
- a I va aMNl IV w w-wft 1 1 1 v v
uemocrats ot c raven county to give ex
pression to their views hi favor of a Con
of Vance that not a word was said against tbe
Radicals or any Independent except Durham !
Radicals and Independents were all clever fel
lows provided they were for Vance I other nomi
That is the way to do the thing. Let ne couhi go to the dogs as they could well
There are several gentlemen of "dis- given in the above is a clincher I If there
tinction" aspiring to 'distinguished" posi- are an7 who will be driven away from the
tions, who fear the Convention move, lest Conservati
it interfere with their selfish aims. This
is the secret of their opposition. But
thankd to tlm irooH nonan .f ilia I i .ft - 11
O - v.. uo uwuiq. I BAY let them eO. 'I'lieV am nnwnHhv tn I mtnam nrl af inrlr. tUir ri. .knnl
Ka ll l. 1 1 T I . " ' ' I . auUul
, " ,wucu be any where except in tho Radical this matter. We wish to hear from the "ld
I V'UliiCWJ WZLn fllV 11 v . ' .iuva. uii Avyuv
peopie ou una snoject ana not irom me not be surprised wuai u coat to me party to
lime-Mrvi.,, officering, ,..! 08 ta
hold a big (?) County Convention and ap-
tional wav for iKa reliAf nf Ik. .u 1a : .11 .u n u a-. aoi to sacrabce these lutujti low for the sake
- t r-Ti "-rMT" V"UUMC bU,s,r of the nominee (?) for Congress! You think
stranze, I have no doubt, of this, but if vou
could understand how the said nominee (?) for
of ex-Governors, or other so-called leaders, Partv.
is listened to as the rule of action for the We know that the true manhood of W
JT TLhT Pmrf ? ,D; DS' Carolina-the property-holders, the tax J patrioU who are ever ready to give us a a
oracics in tue jana, ana iney naa as well payers, the white oeonle. those moat deer,, eolnmn nr tr ik.U --nw - a -ia point delemtea to the Concessional Convention.
ft?"?- Ti! rPl' n.-Hl7intere8teditt tb0 g-odorderand wel J menta on whichever .ide the interrogater Sl2 ZTrJTot GV'SK m
'"wu' x uo "Pycni m ion, wun tare of the State, rallied as one man in may designate. No innovations resulting proxies, then you can begin to understand what
eighty thousand negroes and fifteen or 1871 in favor of a Convention, and but in the tmhlie .rood have M t!ilr7
twontr iUi.r.rl k.- J i ft ... ft ' r r t p "aaMnn would not be astomsnea ai riaaicaisDeing elect
twenty thousand carpet-baggers and scala- for the timid who were driven away from with such characters. No grand and liv ed for Clerk and Pepreaenutives in .'strong
wags massed against them, eame very the. noll kv the f- f -a1 :--t : -aU a- .f 1 o... Democratic County I This is bad enough I
;a- .uJ r, r . , " r . J T : U.U10U- or ouue policy hllt th.r ia a darker picture vet to be
SECOND AND LAST
GE AND GIFT 'CONCERT
IH AID OF TIlsT
Masouic Belief Association
DAY POSITIVELY FIXED.
THURSDAY. 19TH NOVEMBER.
This enterprise is conducted by tbe MA
SONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF
NORFOLK VA. under authority of the Vir
ginia Legislature, (act paised March 8th.
50,000 Tickets-6,000 Cash Gifts.
To be Given Away !
One Grand Cash Gift of. $30,000
One Grand Cash Gift of... 25.000
One Grand Cash Gift of .20,000
One Grand Cash Gift of... 10.000
One Grand Cash Gift of 5.000
One Grand Cash Gift of. 5.000
One Grand Cash Gift of.., 2200
15 Cash Gifts o! f 1000 each 15.000
28 Cash Gifts of 500 each I4.(M0
48 Cash Gifts of 250 each 10,750
79 Cash Gifts of 150 each 11,850
50 Cash Gifts of 100 each 25.000
578 Cash Gifts of 50 each 291900
0000 Cash Gifts of 10 ash 50.000
' TW boa fm the
aad for a PwBpt ae4 W aaaJ
no great measures of reform, have ever I presented if this is not sufficient.
uear carrying the Convention in the face ence, the negroes and scalawae whites
onnnnmerableobstacles,-regardlessofthe that opposed them, would have been beat- been inaugurated by the mere pol
threats of interference by the federal-en. The same element that was for a aud so-called statesmen. All ench
. a. 4.1 . a a m .
UOTen"DBDl luo wanuaauou ot many ot Convention in 1871 is still for it j for the urea have originated for the most part with
their own number, the opposition of ex same, and even a greater necessityexists the people with the bold, independent
Governors and other gentlemen of "dis- for it. We have more fully tried the spirits who scorne the snbtifbees. low
:..: . tf J .a. . . i of
...c.un; mua me next ume mey make ConsUtntion and are better acquainted canning, and selfish expediency of the
tbe attempt they will succeed. So do not
aUfcmpt to ttighuiu us by the opinions of
I ie "distinguished" played-out.
with its defects and unsuitableness. clap trap politicians. When rood meas-
Some have said onr people do not desire ( ures arn thus introduced, aud it is evident
a Convention that they made known the people favor them, the politicians will
The Bar-room Remedy for all ailments
in Rom. Bitters, surcharged with Fusel Oil.
a deadly element, rendered more active by
tbe pungent astrbzents wun which it is com
bined. If joor stomach is weak and liver
or bowels disordered, strengthen Sc regulate
them with Vinegar Bitters, a pureW
Veortablk Alter atite and Aperiekt.
free from alcohol 6c capable of infusing new
vitality into your exhausted system. Aw.
The undersigned wUhealo inform his numer
ous frip nda that he has received the appoint
ment tp sell through ticket from Haliaborv. N.
C to all points in Texas, Arkansas, Muwi-aippi,
Alabama, Miaaouri, 1 enneaace aod Louisiana,
via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. Road.
and their Southern Connection. Through
Emigrant Ticket-, or First Claaa Tickets aold.
and Baggage cheeked through. Parties wiahing
to take Laborers to the above Statea, will bnd
it greatly to their own advantage by negotiating
with the underaigned at Kaliabury. Information
in regard to States, time and Connections will
be furnished either personally or through the
A. POPE, CJenM. Paasenger A Ticket Aft.
Columbia, 8. a
J. A. McCOXN A UGH EY,
Agt. U.C.4A.B.R, Saliahnrv, ft. C.
LOUIS' ZI If MER,
Sept, 3. tf. Special Agent.
State of North Carolina
ROWAJI CoCnTT IK THE SrPBRIOB OoCtT.
TUOMAS P. Johxstow,
Tirinnr Qtnplr Id?
125 Bags "Old Tick Coffee,
75 Dbls Sugars.
50 H ixcs Assorted Candy,
35 l'ackagt-a No. 1 Mackerel.
15.000 lbs Bacon.
2,000 lbs Best Sngar Cared Ossa,
3.000 lbs Refined Lard,
600 lbs Sugar cared Botf,
25 Dos. Mrandy Peaches,
25 " Lemon Syrup,
60 Boxes Candhaf,
10 Kegs Soda,
100 D"i Ovsterr,
30 000 Cigars,
150 Reams Wrapping Paper.
30 Dos painted Pails,
100 sacks Groeod Alass Salt,
50 " Dcakea's Fine
The Georgia flume Insurance
6000CAS1I PRIZES aggregating. .$250,000
PRICE OF TICETS
Whole Ticket. .$10.00 ' Qnart'rTick't $2Ji0
Half Ticket 5.00 Ele v Tiek't $100.00
NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS.
This Concert is Strictly for MOSCXIC
purposes, and will be conducted with the
same liberality, honmty and fairness which
characterized the first enterprise.
JOHN L. ROPER, President.
For tickets and circulars giving full ia
o nnation address
HENRY V. MOORS, Sec'y, Norfold. Va.
Tickes Lr sale by Jobs II. EnutM Salis
bury 17, 1874 tf.
lTauUif V Sam moos.
Company, DeftwkmL f
To tue bhenflof Kowan County Greeting : Tou
are hereby commanded to summon thia Georgia
nnme rnfurance company the defendant above
named, if it be found within vour Count r. to
be anwwppeer before the Jodge of on? Superior
uoan, w w ucia or be coantr of Rnvui tth
Conrt-Rouse in 8aliburr on the 4th Mondav I &e.. dec.
aw . thA t xx- i i t a . ". s rwwa. a
i ne aoovc stocK is
A large stock of Boots, Shoes, fc
- 1 T nr. i I IIIIU'IIC .-M'I in.
Tanners. Kerosinw. dt Mar Line OBs.
e ahvi aarenta dr the nelebralrd
Soearitv Oil. warranted tn stand s fc
f one hundred 6c fifty d.-irr- ri
6c therefore perftly safe 6c v-tj liUi
er than Keroetae-
V lx. m. fntl HnV tA LmSSSS.
as Foster. Dolin. be Bailey, Wbisaef
Oio. Ginger Ac Blackberry Braeey."
Mtltfria. nhrrrt. Al aaAlaa. Wise.
Mederia, Sherry, 6c malaga. Vi
after tke 3rd Monday in September, 1W74, and
answef tue complaint which will be deposited
r : c a i . .
ior uuu vAiuny, vium me Urst dan
next Xenn thereor ; and let tbe said Defendant
take notice that if he fiJls to answer the said
complaint within that time, tbe Plaintiff will
late jwjgmcni against it for the sent of six
hundred dollar , with interest on the same from
tue loin oay ot December. 1973.
Herein fail not. and of thia Rn
(inn rpitirn i na aa r.xxuuir oi tnr nwie
fl I ll MM niitftr wmm kaail ..J v . r . I J S WrfUft hrh 'TIVCS. '
T J. II. BAR ATT
Clerk c f the Superior Court of Rowan Cooa-
V- Sept. 1874 6w
be deposited rR.tail, at the very lowest f ..:
iperior Court I BINGHAM st
days of the na- u irts tf.
4 nr.nj.ni "
tT.; .Vft. ek a.. rJ Ma. 1874.
iic'iur " vvft J -
ed as r.xeeuUr oi tne estate oi m -
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
aad vsr ions other blanks for sals here
having claims against tue saw
eat them la the time prescribe! J .
this notice will be plead ia bar of
Aafost tS. 1914.