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NOVEMBER." 16. 1876.
1 A Persons making remittances for
1" the Watcliiwn should send $2. 10
to pay for a year 10 cts. to jmy postage.
'.- Tlie jayO)f iho people over tlic late
election run dWM llirnugh th-ir phirto,
rwrrs.an,i boot, and works itself off at
heel and toe.- v
TJiere never was a niorez-peatc-
Presidenlial election held in this country
than that on the 7th Nov-. We have yet
lo hear of any disturbance of the peace on
that day.1 '
A cotemporary writes "Got. Tilden
will not be the President of a section, but
oftbo wliole country.' That u just
what the .people voted for. Give ub that
in fact,?aridyoa will eee peace and Hap
piness all over the land.
We regret to see by the Kaleigb paper
that Getw Kilpatrick'a v'uit to that city
was made the occasion of demonstrations
of a very questionable character, and that
he weift off spreading an evil report of
it. What good can come of it !
N. C. Congressmen Elected.
1st Disliict J8?e .1. Yeates Dem
C. U. Hrogden, lien,
A M. Woddell, Dera.
Jo$. Ji Davis, Dem.
A. M Scah s Dem.
Walter L. Steele, Dem.
W. M j Kobbins, Dem.
Uobt. B. Vance. Dem.
THREATENING GOV. VANCK.
We Bee in the Observer that Maonel
Lord, a great rascal and a great negro
polilician in Charlotte, waa Deiore iue
Mayor ot that city iasv oiuni; -
ing threats Hgainst the life of Gov. Vance.
To w charged with havintf publicly de
clared that Gov. Vance would never live
to be inaugurated Governor ot thta tate.
After hearing the case, the Mayor dectd-
l m eominue it for the purpose of ascer
taining if any further proof of his guilt
could be procured. -Th trial created
considerable interest from the nature of
Street Dialogue Bet&een Tivo Republicans.
"1 iay, Jim - the sky looka devilish
black, are we beaten ! - - "
Jim Beatett to death, I fear. Oh yes
beaten, by golly
Bob Mo yon think there's no hope at
all ? May not the vote of some of these
States be tbrawo out ? :
Jim No lmpe in that direction with
out a rumpus that would make matters
worse for us.
Bob well we have one consolation
at least the Democratic party will here
after be the nigger parti
Jim Bless your soul, that's true
We can never hold them now they are
gone, and will find rent iu the democrat
Bob Good byp. Sambo.
Jim Yes, a loug farewell.
upon it to go a jaelf-seeking instead jot
diligently applying himself to the. work
he has engaged with the people to per
form. , .--' ; I .
We congratulate the people of Rowan
and Divie on the choice they have made
to the Legislature. We believe their re-
I do all in llifif power. lo4
a:eet the juit exbectations of their cflti-
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stituonts. l liey are mi tried uien,rtoi i
established character and fully identified
with the people! in every interest that
concerns them. . ,
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SPEAKER OF TniS IIOUSE.
We believe it
circle of frieud
would gratify a latge
and acquaiitance's oi Mr.
John' S.Henkhsox to see htm elected
to the Spakerip of the House, lit?
competency and fitness for that responsi
ble position is batter known to those Who
have serveti witl him iu the Legislature
and the Stale Convention than to his im
mediate constituents. Mr. H. is known
to possess those mental and mora quali
fications which fit him for almost any po
eitiou. Rwani would accept his promo
tion as an honor to herself. She Will
vouch for him. It has been a long tine
since she has had occasion to rejoice over
such a pleasant recognition of her mer
itorious sons, aiid we trust her lime has
a - rT o 2 a 2 -2.
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Snecial Procaedinfff, " II
P S Benbow, Adiu'r ofl1 U 1 ;
auace, urc u.
Robert Wallace and others
In thU caite it appearing that Rome of the
Fe(miit ajre non reaident and that the miro
moDA lias not been nerved or published, t i
therefore ordered that the original summons be
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The Constitutional Amendments have
been overwhelmingly adopted. They were
more popular than most of the candidates.
We believe they b(;at Gov. Vance him
self, and that shows that the people knew
what they 'were doing. Some few could
afford to nurse an old prejudice against
the Governor, but fewer still opposed the
'amendments lo the Canby Constitution.
Huzza for the. amended Constitution.
A cotemporary recounting the wonders
of the Telegrgph in conveying news of
the Presidential election with tolerable
certainty- all over this wide, wide country
within six or'eight hours after the polls
closed fin? the 7xh, says I u sixty years
more the telegraph of j this day wll be
laughed at by the children of that, just as
we look back at the slow pace of the mails
in olden times, &c. Scientific brother,
what is to beat the lively lightning. Do
tell. ' - : ' '
wants to know how it has
ft very body
gone, and no body is able to give a
ci.led answer. Nearly every body be
lieve Gov. Tilden is electtd, and ; the
question is hell; in most provoking sus
pense. Gov. Tilden ha? c.-rtainly IS I
ehctjrial votes: one more elects huo.
Mr Tilden sent the ?ren- And lie has receiveil about ZO",UUU ma-
Gold'Hill,' in Rowan, polled 122 white
men and not a 'radical among them.
Tate of Jerusalem, Davie County.
Tilden and ILeudrirks, majority 69
Robbius, for Congresjs,
Crawftird, Senate, 1
Chat. Price, II. Rep.
Sahford, for Sheriff) 5
Ratification ' , -
It is indeed a deplorable condition of
affairs lor a State when it requires out
siders to come iu andjcount the ballots.
Behold the State. of Florida, she has a
whole raft of soldiers and a committee of
of gentlemen sent to her to assist in couut
in? the vote.
tletcen because he would not trust the j-iity of Unvotes of lire people, and yit
soldiers. Mr. Grant sent the soldiers they are disputing over the votes of South
becase he wouldUot trust the citizens of Carolina, Florist and Lmiiinu. Oregon
the State. Is there no man trust worthy in the meanwhile is reported to have set
in Florida ? No man capable and honest ilwl - ihe question in favor
enough to count the vole and return a Samy ;" but Oregon is so far off, and the
true report of the count ? Surely there is. Hayes men eoj unwilling to believe, in
! . .a! 1 .
Ihen what means all this ado? Why thetr deteat, that we nave got to xvau
.i . . 1 .ivp wait nnd li'ttlrh I We think it will
are tnese soiuiers eni io nimii wn. cwu v -t
vnt with the bavonet ? It means that be settled sometime between this and the
atftTrincr (rrnnnino radipjiitm 14 makill!? "t1 h f MarCU.
"ub6""6i l"" " " i
its last desperate grrasp at the reigns of lowing :
power; that she is trying to seize hold of OBSERVER OFFICE.
this weak State and in dragging her down Tuesday Morning, Nov. 14, '7G.
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gain by fraud and steal h, existence for The situation about the Piesidential
another term. Will the people submit to contest up lo the hour of going to press
.noli nntMPf Are thev alwavs to be remains unchanged, and it is not likely
O- - J ., . ! j ...Ml 1 I ,
treated as liars and villians f As a se,t of J"5 f"7"7 w" -
' ; until the returning boards in the State ol
numskulls or monkeys, not fit to govern rj Florida and ouili Carolina
themselves or even to express through the iiaVe; made their reports. When ihese
ballot box a preferauce for a proper person I boaid will report no man can rifehtly
J I . ; a
to rule over them ? We hope jiot. ! predict lor the j ablest counsel, ana tiie
E. S. MORRIS.
What Lies They Tell. Scene : a farm
four miles west of Salisbury. Time :
evening. Negro boy returning from town
approaches his employer, with tears in his
eyes and a trembling ve'ee. "Mr. It
Vance is elected and de say all we black
folks what ain't got any luid, must be
6old wont you buy me?"' and here the
poor fellow broke out i:i lamentations and
Of course our farmer frieud, Mr. Rusher,
we believe, told the bov it was all a rad
ical He.land ifct htm to his bed - rejoic
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ss oi " c a (i - x -i x to
c S r jo.voAjng -
SS. fpnbludted, and lUat lh said JfvudanU have
tune allowed by law to nHwer plaintills com
plaint after said publication ex pi re. s
Done at ofBce Nov. lttt 1876.
Clerk Superior Court Davidson County and
To Mary F. Wallace and otlier -nonreM-;
dent you will take notice that the lol lowing
minimons Ikw been i.uecl ag.iinnt yin :
PS Benbow Administrator ofT
C Wallace det'd. Plaintiff
A .. . . -I
n 1 . 11 9 7 ,i. i J-Summons
Roliert WallatH- and othern Ieir
at law of T iJ Wallace, dee'd.
STATE OF NORTH t'AROLINA
To the Sheriff of Davidson thuniy,Gretting !
You are hereby commanded to Mimmon
Janien M Wallace. Mary F Wallace, Olivin 11
Wallnce, Jntnex M William mid other, the
defendant above named, il' to le found iu your
countv. to be .mo appear before the Clerk u
our Superior Court, for Davidson County, at
the Court-1 louse in Lexington, within twenty
day I'fomi the service of the Summon, exclu
sive of the dav offervice, and answer the com-
plaint which will be deoiled iii I lie olHce of
the Clerk of the buperiur Lour! ol said v onnty,
within ten dav. and let the xaid Defeudani
take notice that if they fail to answer the Kaid
complaint within the time prescribed by law,
the 1'laintin" wiil apply to the Court for the re
I let demanded in the complaint.
Hereof fail not and of this Summons make
(tiven undt rmy hand andneal ihirt 21st day
of May, 1874.
L. E. JOHN'SO.V,
Clerk of the Furterior Court of Davidson
Count v and Judge Probate.
JOilN II. WELB01IN, Attorney
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Xumcs of Republicans -in Italic.
Rose wan voted for on Republi
can ticket for Register, and received 1,161.
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On the ltith day of November, and in the
city of Ivileigh, the undcrfigueil will coiumtnce
the publication of
a Daily and Weekly Demorratie newpajier.
Of loiig experience in ihrir profemdon mm ed
itor, reet;4ively of the Fayelieville Observer
aixl (he Wilmington Journa', they do not aHect
o doiilii the Houudiies of the general judguient
which ains them ability to furntxh a new
papcr suited to the needs and adapted to the
laKle of the people of North Carolina. Ih'tfer
ing in politic in the olden lime, there wa nev
er a dilk-rence bt tween the Observer and the
Journal in zeal for the interest ol North Can- j
iiiiii. T promote the one, and to uphold nnd !
add to the other, will be the object of The
Of very decided opinions on queolionft of pub
lic interent, and apt to give lhoe opinion
plain expression, they deeiu..it the first duty of
a newspaper to furnish its readers with the in
formation uecessarv to the formation of their
opinion to publish all "the news;" and their
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The vote for cundidutes whose names are r 'n 7 t. u ,.ow, n- o.
1 .'in. nullum. mi r. voihicii'wi iihku
pot found in the above table were not t'ur
I The names of two Demwratic candidates
for County Coinniisser. Mr. I). A. Davis und
Sir. 1). C. Heid, were run on the Kopujiliran
The General Assembly of the State wrauglings majr be krpt tip for wevk to
i I or. . . 1. . . .1..
convenesat IUleigh on Monday next. come 00 " U i " , K 7 ,
,, , , . , , . near over vet, :id we tuny he forced to
I he member elect have Lad a very brief bpar lhe 'iufulj w of UlU ,a4!t Wet k
ana crowded period ot rest, in wormy H considerable j period longer. All the
of the name,) since the canvass closed. South Carolinian we have interviewed
They are freeh from the people and their f -confident that Hampton U elected,
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.1 . . v ana nuinner.H nave punseu inroun uu?
promises to them are -et green. We . 1 ..
' 5 1 c,,y en route for Columbia, lo be present
hope gentlemen will not forget, m the wilell .lt; s ate! can vaers , hall count the
whirl of business at Raleigli, their true return, and ihK assert wih j;reat confi-
relation and duty to the people. Let no dence thai nothing save lit most bate
man cherish the vain lliought that his cheating bind unblushing frauds can
. "3 1 , 1 . j ever count thera out of the grand victory
personal merits and popularity elected , . , ; , 0
r 11 '"py hye dearly won. i
mm 10 ungrr0, ,r5.8,Hi...T, or Huy ulUur If howev. r, the latest news from Ore-
position. We don't deny some have per- gOI,f which places that Stae in the Dem
sonal popularity, but it is a well known ocraiic coluuin$, should prov to be cor-
fact that thes'e personal considerations retft col'H8t Vtr Srt,ul1h C?rn"?
. , ..'., . . . . - r loi ida and Louisiana will be virtually
had very httle weight in the recent can- . . , , n- ; ,1
J 0 at an 4nd, as !ie republicans 111 those
vass. The people wem voting this year States could 110 l mger expect (o accom-
for the restoration of good government, plish anything by defrauding the people
They want to see wisdom and honesty of those States out of their hard earned
once more established in affairs of State. v,Vror? lor Vefn7 d retorm.
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tii'L- v hii li accounts lor tlu hiroe Vote re-
moit vigiraut detectives will be employed Celved bv them.
on both sidei, and wranglings and counter
Wrought tip to a high pitch of indigna
Vance's majority iu this State, is var-
, In view ol a posb'l dispute over the
Voih of perhaps n single Slate for 1'iesi
dent, ;;he clear and accurate statfiu' m
" made in another column of the existing
laws on litis subject will be found tiupdy
ami iiuportanl. This review show that
while' the refusal of Congress lo re adopt
the Twenty-second Joint Rule, which
gave either House the light lo n-j'-ct a
State because of dissatisftctioii villi its
working, has l-ft us almost entirely with
out actual regulations in such contingen
cies as now seem possibh ; there have
Ibeefi, nevertheless, certain pn-cetleiits
fixed by usage w hich m iy go far toward
preventing awkward and even dangetons
complications. " The recoids show (I)
that lhe Prendent of lite Senate has never
attempted lo act as a judicial olHcer in
determining the validity nf a Stale vote;
(2) that while such questions have iuvaii
ubly bi-eii lelciied lo b-itll Hnusi-s ol'
Lougiess, neither House U;is ever assert
ed its right to throw out a "State or chooso
between two sets of returns exi-ept undi-r
jhe Twenty-second rule, which Cougr ss
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AltMISTEAD JONES. President. G. W. BL OK .7 ALL, Treasure,
R. W. BUST, Secretary.
Parties di-sirtn,' t
is a safe eorpor itl
the timex in which we live. It wa. thin that
"the old Ohsfrver" won its hold uion the eo
pie of iNorih Carolina, eujoving the afleelion ol : Compaiii;, ta' i)l 'w; . i-im.i
iu party friemls, receivini; the refptct and con- j
hdence of iu bitterwt iolii it-al fots and em
inafiding in its comparatively ifolateit location
a circulation larrr than has ever been Htlaineil
hy an other North. Carolina uew!ip:iMrl ami it
tivlr j)in,)i'i;'y yi'MiM )at rn:i '. t:.is ('(i :i; my. 'or tie f'!ll'-.vlng reawmt: It
:: c ..;. i.-y 11 i st tt. 11 , vt vo 0 t i.- ti u e ;se i:i.tl punt: la aa lawns
trtMi i.ih v(. ivt ir ui v; in- ! Niu.i
Tu all icltom it matt foinvrn :
This Is to certify! Tuai I liave Tli rwv! ly o.v.rail';' t 1 lit
em Underkvrltfr's Assik-i itl :i, ' i:a. -i':r. .. i en- s'.iMa
A I t OK .U! "i ll C'APOI.IXA, )
l i.i Ai TiivT o Static.
i.al' iicli, V.ay jt!, 1ST. .
Iemp-;.s ifH Irs an 1 tinanc-s"of 'ThcSimtt
.1 . .r ii" 1 ..Pa i.ie . rivlMoiwof an Am-
wil.i.j ! iiL- .li..tiit.- ,w rMSr...a ilit in- mnd sw'tluns . 4H. an l 44. n.ittl s !u-i-..il.' 1 li itt. r .i itti.i ! vn. ..nvti. . i i-.. -mmm nnaiau
... ' rl... r . .ic. said compJuy Is Jomn bulnis ii!)':n situil luI'k i 1 '. vltiiiii tin jui'ii n't'il its -li:iri r. :inl In rornpD-
ir vu-t." anee-wttn tiie law
Capital, hope il will deserve, and soon equal,
and then nurpans, its former circulat.on and
Ii will lie their high im to deserve the pnl
Mc confidence hy earnet elibrts to ptoiuote the
public welfare, first and foremost of North Car
olina, next of nil the Southern States anJ,
finally, and through these of the whole Union.
They think tliat this can only lie effected hy
the prevalence of Democratic principles, and
ami the limis.il of the Itadicnl pnriy from the
place and (xiwer whicli they have so greaily
ahned and tinder whose baleful rule the South
lia- been outraged and the whole country has
been inijoverished and disgraced.
PETEK M. HALE.
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS.
Mk HVtPEiiThi gentleman's claims
in the recent election for a seat in the
Senate from the 30th Senatorial District,
seem to have been almost total ignored by
the electors; ' - He received 2 votes at Mt.
' . ll,lla land 3 at Lifaker's, precincts in this
county ; and the returns we have from
Davie, show none at all. Colonization
was the main ground on which Mr. il.
entered the canvass and npon which he
expected success or failure. It.was an
unexpected and unwelcome question and
i the people ruled it out as impertinent. It
, was confidently; expected they would 'do
so, for it bus been very apparent for
twelve months or J more that they were
"going for" Grant aud that they would
not be diverted fiom their purpose by side
shows, great or small.
.j J . f 1 o rrn U I '
inil.IV t?HIIIIlLtO ML irillll IZ llllU IU 1 . I . . 1 .... t
ion by the abuses of the Grant admin- 000. S ' h expressly o.nitt. d to re-aaopt; j u,at
Miration, aud thoroud.lv disffusted at the i fM a'Tu","..,f minT tl
0 I finvp !rfi a Mra liv flif twii 1 1 iiitfic.
t . I renn rv tr'niT a -rt w w -.rr r-v -.- ' vv.a 7
reeaing corruption m every department riu.Biu hai, t,nu.. ; acting coiictu.en.ly, though thev derived
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01 government, t lie people Have arisen 111 The New York Sun makes up the follow-- no authority to do either Irom the qonsti
their majesty fully determined to crush jn? table of results which elects Mr. Tilden! iution or the laws. The precedent would
nut those whA have 011 trrfd their rio-hta. Th isniitnit StntMT oiiiainnn South Tar- ;Peei to bo set iheietrre ot Concunent
,1 lt. .A .11 :.. lin ,m,l Vlori,l-ro nnfnrl TiLlnJ ACtiOP by I lift I WO Hollsei, ftlld if I he latest
0 if I I rohirno alioiilrl tin lannur u U'rbiiir a nvr
industries ana wen nio'U linnoverisiien 1 uuntim iucv oi.cit iui um. ; 1 , . o . .1 l 1 e
iuuuciiicb auu cu iiiiii impu vci isulu 1 the vo e of some one State, the hope of
all good citizens will be that Congress,
during the coming session, and before the
counting of the electoral vote., may come
to some' wise and patiiolic agreement
whereby, while all just rights will be re
served, the danger of so deplorable a
con.iroversv will be averted. N. 1. Tri
Daily OVerver, one year, - - - $8 00
Daily Observer, ix. months, - - 4 00
Weekly Observer, one year - - 2 (K)
Weekly Mwer-er.'-flix months, - - 1 00
All eoinmtlnicntionK chotild lie addressed un
til further notice to
W. L. SAUNDERS,
4 Wilmington, N. C.
liwsui til'- S! lt. i. .v;-; !l ' UTiM 1 1. " i'rii 1 t lit t mv
ilea, which will inoro fully appear fro.n state::u-at on ii-le 1 1 1 i.lso
Uulteil States Bomls. (ui;ir! t t vjilut y,
N. O. Kail lioad 1 on is, anarket valu .
. r. County "unci Opv iiotils. iuir!i vjlu:-).
Mort'airi's on Ke.il t-Maie l i .o.-ln r r i i i'ii;-sl 11
Cash on Ua'.icL la H.i.i anJ l.i a r 1 ui A1 us.
In aecorlan with Vt niitkortty ileleato.l to me hy tue
sold Company tiled 1 his day.
Given under my h.ind auu seal of o.ii-e.
,1; vs:-oiKi-Oi llu: tollOMln; Wi'WW.
- aaa AA
io, m '
iatiur, I hereby approve llie Krportrf
II. 1 1 0 V K ! ;Tt N , Recrctary of SUU.
f she preiulunis received to befltpwIV
It protects th'i pulley hol ler, for Its Charter requires 5 per cm
ea Willi uie iaie 1 reasuier ir unit purjiose. , s
It btockholders are anions the proihlnent business men In North amliua.
It Is under the control an t luanaemeiit of n aive North C-arolliii.uis.
Its orflcers are Known thrn'i.rliout the st, lie.
It will Insure your prop n v on the most reasonable terms. '
ItJVlll keep your motiey at home. '
Live, Active, Retlalile Avreiits waiit?t In every part of the state. Ad.lress.
June l, 1S76. am H. w. BUST. Secretary, Kalelgli, S.t.
A. MPRPHY, Local Apent. Salilmry, N C.
A. L. oiatKl.l.. special Traveling Agent for S.C
FOR RENT FOR 1877.
I desire to rent niv dwelling house and lot
opposite Mr. Borden for the rear 1877.
O.tf " lil.lH.'lfP MITWPIIV
sm a m.m i a a a. m
II1GHPRIGES FUR COTTON
the land. They think they have done it.
Thev haves nut oat nf nfflrn nno at ni Alabama,
r I Arkansas.
men and put in another, and now they Connecticut,
llt 1 . ...I . .
win uegm to iook tor a change in public fwiaa.
affairs. Thev will exoect Gov. Tilden to Indiana,
... .. .. 1 . . Kentucky,
restore equality ueiweeti tue states and Louisiana,
alike, from Maine to Oregon Mississippi,
FOR TIDKN AXD HENDRICKS.
Slate Treasurer. Mr. D. A. Jeskiks,
who has filled this office for eight years,
and filled it well, sent in to Gov. Urog len,
on the 6ih, hi resignation of it, with a
letter sotting fourth lhe reasons which
impell him thereto. lie states that ouly
one of all the Sheriffs ofthe State has
yet settled the State taxei, aud that the
unasualdeUy most probably i due to
the financial embarrassment of the coun
try. That he thinks it would be better
both for him and the Treasurer elect, if
the new Treasurer could come into i.ffice
cow,' as it would relieve him and secure
to the new ofScer opportunities and ad
vantage of considerable importance iu the
dwehartje of his official duties.
The Governor accepted the resignation
itnd tepdered the ofilce to Dr. J. Mr
VVurih, th? Dvuoeit.itf Treasurer elect,
and he will enter upot iJw duiies of the
i fiicc . u he inst.
in the equal enjoyment of their Constitu
tional rights ; they will expect the mili- California,
tary power oi tue government to be re- lurooia,
stored to its ancient subordination to the Kansaa,
civil -power, and that we shall not acain Massachusetts,
D 1 UlAhL.n.,
see elections held under the bayonet. Minnesota,
TU Ml l-.l- 1 , rtcuioaw,
i ucy in especially iook ior oil HOfiesi
administration of the government, and for
a speedy punishment ol thieving officials
Instead of accepting the resignation of
bribe-takers and thieves the people want
to see thetu eleauly gutted, and every
rascal made to disgorge the last cent cf
his dishonest gains. They demand a
reduction of salaries, and a reduction oi
fees to a fair standard, so that officials
shall uot be able to luxuriate in piiueely
pafaces, and flash through the country iu
a style of grandeur to insult them with
royal airs instead of (eeling, as they
should, that the servaut is not greater
than his master. They aro willing and
anxious to pay off the public debt, nnd
demand that public moneys shall be thus
applied with faithfulness. This but
feebly indicates the feeling of the people
as expressed-m lhe late election. They
never Were iu wore solid earoest; and woe
be to the man who shall foolishly sup
pose. that his personal popularity gained
him position, and that he may presume
FOR HAYES AM) WHKELER.
To fix fugitive colors iu linens', muslins.
etc., soak the fabric for an hour iu a pail
of water containing a tableSpoouful of
5nf rirfh tfarnltns
IN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT.
Wiley. A. Clement,
Aissijruee of P. R. Martin, pfif. I Summons
to Prices for Goods.
r Our mail of (Wednesday morning brought
nothing new in respect to the Presidential
question. It is reiwrt the Republicans in
South Caroling offered to coneeile tlio Stntr.
to Hampton if the democrats would give it Benjamin Russell,
to Hayes, and that this offer was reiected bv Pteu R. Aloer, defedanU. )
the Democrats with scorn. The Supreme! :
Court at Charleston has issued a rule re- TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
quiring the board of canvassers to answer i that the alcove named Defend'ts are non-
on Thursday why writs of prohibition should i residents of thia Statp ft u Order! that
uut uc iwueu restraining tnem irom judicial I the : defend'ts, Benjamin Russell and Porter
functions and confining them to ministerial Ii. Alger be notified by publication in the
luiivvums nuijj. i ne democrats are cneenui. i " Carolina Watchman " for six successive
nepuuueans concede Hampton's election. weeks, to be and appear at a Court to be
There is nothing new from Louisiana and held for the County of Davie, at the Court
Florida up t6 our time of coiner to nrcss. Hrman i n Morlrsvillp on tliA Qrl Afitnrlav af.
Each of the candidates. Tilden and Hayes, ter the 3d Monday in March, 1877, and an
are ably represented by friends at these dis- swer the cnmnUint which will h fill with.
puted points, land although they ate closely irf the first three days of said term, and if
oilier, iv ! i not iearea mat ttiey fail to answer during the term, that
any fraud will be attempted or submitted to. 1 lil&mtifT will nnnlv for th rplif flomamlnl
The democrf s at N. Orleans have formally fa the complaint. Defendants are also no-
mvited the republicans I assembled there at tified that a warrant of attachment has been
the President a request, to meet them for or- sued out against their property and effects
ganlzlng w.t , a view bf carrying out the and will be returnable at the same time and
object desired. The city is very quiet, The place
democrats cuim uie btte witb a cheerful Given under my hand and seal of office
cuuuuem e iimi
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK
;1 ' ;
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
CHEAPER to the CHEAPEST.
ALL WE ASK IS AN EXAMINATION,
Scotck aD4 American Graiiite
On hand and furnished to Order.
All ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. rkts
. JOHN CAYT0N,
Corn-r Xors-ni and Blunt streeus
a correct count will support this the 6th November, 1876.
lew uays must decide these H. BJ HOWaVRD.
0;6t;?l0 Crk Supr. Court of Davie co,
Salisbury, N. C.
Oct. 11, 1876 (52:lou)
this pafkr is ox ms wm
THE M0ENIKG STAB,
WILMINGTON, N. C. !
A FIJI ST- CI. A SS DEMOCRATIC:
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
1 DAILY NEWSPAPER in
Only Daily Paper
Published in W 1 LM ' NGTON,. a City
of m-aily 20,000 . I.ili.ii i: u ts, and
thi; ii" tt C niif of Noiih ,
( Jajuliuu Trail' !
. BMaer ail Minn, ?
Attorneys, Counselors i
and Solicitors, j-!
. SALISBURY, Xf
RIOTS! ROWS!- Rli
i Not between the races om jj pr
j-Miichine t-Jonipaiiie because - i
On Year, -
Six Mouths, - r
:,re greatly rednced.in Vnce
S7 00 ell l.r 2 pt-r cent'l ,l':,n " V ,d Wt
i :i ..i....u.id .vp. for ;"e " . 1 1.A.
Whm Advrtisia Contract m 1m matt
ADVERTISING RATES REASONABLE.
WM. II. iBERNARD,
Editor & Proprietor,
53; if. Wilsiixgtos N. C.
. It-atuil. r i.;tirtu or traiieu
orders to nk'Flt.
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