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OL XIII. THIRB SERIES
Iriia Carolina Watchman,
E3TAtirllSIlED IN THE YEAK 1832.
Ketlucllon in Texation.
1 ' r
There is now in the United States
6vgr,tlie needs of J-hj gvejnjiuj; .for
legitimate purjibses, ami a cry is ;gj
ing np from thq people for reliefrom
unnecessary, taxation. jThe Repnbli-
caucus against a pealjor any sensi
ble mcaificatlqnlpflilie iniejnal reW
nuc taxes, anil a commission has been
appointed to take "the matter intocdn-
eastern Representatives j voted for the
?t did not receive iuch
a-unanimoua support jfroiuX extern
Democrats sjusSfieai coramtf Th
record, Brother Jones7refutcs this
ty. w e are
the two measures
1 "Work of the S. C. legislature.
Tint while I STATE ' DBMOORATIC administer the. roles of r Uie! cphVen-
ganization reported as follows : For i Pign an exception and remain quietH
nfcsiJent. ; fit Thomas7 TM. TTolt. nf I durinsr its Drosress. hnt ninnnsri1 "'lii' ;
bWU we ineet to-day, undejrir- Alamanccl vicprcsidents : first dis- enter the canvass and tay in it.$ Het j -
! A1 GRAND AND ikRNEST cumstfinwmosaiifpiciousf for,M tric V:i JPrudenCi Chowari;:sec believedts honestly and as carncstly
A ond district-IB Peebles of tforth- as he did in anyVfoct
AS1iWm iw"3r,i'n .frontf us m'UUW'arra' tfanltfon ; irdfdtri;';Capi IB that the interest of NoriCarrrlV - i
8ideration.v Itsjepor wdlnot be 55
submitted for ..three;? or ; Ibur years, g6'"1, " " i L j,!.T,
many occasions.Tnreiiave only to
tvVnciftF'M eelthem ohce ntdrWd meWtb
Lconventii, tairder, lWihe nia.
! Ua plain ) uctavius
p. mi:called jtlie
DavisofJPiranlclin ; fifth lone and the same ChecVl EmpancKi
iiiiiiuru ; iju wi uy. iwcive noncsi coiprcu;
AXDadiiof Ah-1 Kepubhcant and he beli?ved thatf iri
t I - - -- , v . 4. ., - L , .i ;
bon ; sveiitU district, J 6 Henderson, their hearts Ihey would find it to dcS
tO- I Uf'.. Tin wnnWMhlhistr; ' T "Plclare that it was In itiA'i inlmd J iK
JiPL.;1",!;0 f??,1? fDavidsouIctBuncoiuTLHj., that tliel Democrat
We clip the following in reference 5. Tl . pr He made al eloquenti wflO) shalUead tw,tp victory lie 41 1, For secretaries, R : M iWman, of party should control the State.
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nd theSi profession, that nostetter'a
, ' 1 j-ithe Legislature from the Uiarleston
hence, unless internal taxation islf t..--Jv:-.-;!;-v r
ai,aieu uie uuv j . f KyVe hear on all sides expressions
noi he'reUeved-and stiU.itheurpl w Ltir-i
Will accumulate in thd -treasury, the sia" IT
i . f . .- .. ... " -1 I Tmslatnre: and at the wav in which
iprr of lobbj-uta J-;t , ' Tt was a mhdel
' T - A I . niMll rmr f tlATl 1 w " .
l-IS; .u,e' .r -r" ' Upmost gratifying feature
rtT " - J V ' . i . Ucewm nroa lio V rtl ill MKHnimi
cress bv reason of its coarse in refus- y " - TV,
. 1 . '?. : L-JUii ii,- tne memuers in -upnomiue
f. 1 i.: tL:" l tration law. It had.been
sVomicfc Bitters 'fa medicine which abierea mg to give me people ,auy reiiei, u
; tMt party: has - folt; Ustnunedl,to
lVL'fhle.cnanaKS kidney and bladder . i 1 . . . .. J ,
ens Moteovet it is the grand speouia
generally. , , . -
"'is : T
ylvanla, chairman of lf Page and there was tanco. He ea
Mean3 committee V bIe,oPPosU.pn to it U.roagltl.0 and ;Iiving i
thifow a tub to the w
K4lley, of Penns
the Ways and Means coi
the House, accordingly, a week ago
brpught in a bill to abolish the tax on
baiik checks capital and deposits,
matches perfumery and patent medi
cines; to reduce the 'special license
tax on tobacco dealers, and to reduce
tlije tax on cigars and cigaretts. The
bill passed the Ho use Wednesday.
VA t ririUtu ami Roiil-stirrinff sbeech;2ilel ?w uuuit.iHiyuiwuuw.iW iiuncombe,- aml Jt red A. UIOs. ot oraie conventions, uouicalliog themir.-tc;
remark.' thain May IasUUiee nia- (wake:;K I f . tr ,Li lclvea political conventions, have re-' p V- , f.
i?v Pornnittena UsUeA
1 iiiMMinfrdntv to welcome the !deie-t"w r" f h rai . vwi wun, waa uicirwywiw wwpy-'uviiivi),;
. i, ; . J tt1' rmiaciucu appiausoiapu 4-ang chair bv J UbKerr ana non J J I ne um noi Know wnat others mMit r;
i i rrttpa rrft i iin nniiur: ui iiAbi iulo. i ? . - - ' I. - tt. . - r ; . - - . .:-.
session, fa , ...'I ciA Li.lannounced the convention I ready to Davis, and iras introduced' by the I think, but it was his Jdea thatlihiarlt
of he Ki:nf Mich lare hn'raber of her est proceed to' business. - . ; 1. ' , Ll temporary Chairfnanin a graceful name was well chosen. ;reoplcwh(i4 v;f
of citfzena to consult about' the interests I Mr.;,Eobcrt;4 3M. urpian of the mauer, amai? whom everyNorth were in Raleigh in 18680, mm
uie xvegia-i ; r , c. i 0f iK rpnlp Pass- Aoiieyiuu. vutsatc- wao , wreu, vu iuv- i viroiinun Knew, uouurcu uuu Mio awur in me xm:uuuu-
freely dis-l. u; tion of Cant Coke, made isecretary.j mired. . f , . lean arena at 'the canltbMheni siw'foh'lifr?
1 d M" cursed at the regular f session bejfbre 5 - . n .g -ht wjtlr great Tbe members of the:Democptic press j Col Holt said this great honor he the XtR of June last "manyjfajuiliirf;
hale ; ana JJir. I . . AAnM1om- I al0--1 1 " S .1 wnrn in vitrei In nn !thA Rtno-I. 1 ounmnlotal ' TTa woe . twiid ef ihtk I faces, for as A milllpr nf 1 PmI
saw a corfbination of wcre -nv-te-- to seats on ithe Btage. appreciated.' He was proud of the I faces, for as a matter of
issues np less qan-
fact the men
The follwing were present; John Reconvention, which was an honor to I who controlled the convention werb
E, Cl North Carolina. He was for the white the same old set who
!- . 4 -'
pie whom they represent, were so of thc
J1 I Cf.i - Knf ThA itiomhprs nf the liep- I . .. . 'v .. j l VVeiistpr. Webster
wuaic. .wv, -o t lAii it Kitrrnnm nsnnu . -n .....' -. i . z rzr- ::. , i , i. o--o-"i s
islature, coming fresh from the peo- nA.-in Mn ftnj endanger the'foun- Hackney, Durham Recordci- J.'A. people, the backbone of the State, and around thecapitol in other j daytvj
. "l ;-:':.:; I.rJ attending tQ sap anueuuaiipvuc w Irri:--1." r'i.i:., nvJ . t a "RoK-Li : Uk- mo I TherA -wpto anAh m oo :vv:ii:J.
! goveruniini, bqeixiiii r , i 1 .;. . . j, . - u j .r" tr t ii ttI'tt:!
satisfied thaUhe law is a wise onel . . MrlirHn tl undermine lnson Winston Leader ; U. U. Ureen, I with brains and patriotism to carry Juoore, j. J.. Molt, JamcsH. HarriSj
. b" .r .. -I -.i.L 1 m.irhnm Tnha Plant : R. T. Ful-1 the shin of State throuph all dangers. I J. -b. O'Hara, I. J. Yoiinffand thfrA'
. ; o - at i - ;o ".-
law, we firmly ' fc Wnnvino the erirenchmcuts Jr I Teptc ; and the reporters 1 Republicans, whose aggressive plat- casions, ana many others n::ght;bo f-
w-- j A 0 W
thaf no propositon for its repeal was overtllrov thc libertii of the peo- Durham Tobacco Pfoni ;
believe will put an ena to repealing he hag ,,8 From
watch tower where; you have placed
me, I have watched his course,! and I
n T. Fnl. 1 tio
VY; VY . &cott, i There were troubles auead, but the wuo wereieauing spirus on kth.-op-hr'terr
.i r. , ,i . i r i I
con in t lie mate ine roiris ui mis
gwrf w--w X 0 -i
dangerous work. Tlie Republican ar
ty has brought to its aid tWery engine
mil on lntpd in advance ita fortune?. It
RHODBS ijROAtKE, rrestr Wm. C. CO ART, ScCy.
troiil Prompt, Reliable, Literal!
(Term p1iqies written on Dwellings.
Prctnilinisbayablu Onc-lialf cash and bal
apco in Iwjclfc months. 1 -
ALLEN BROWN; Aert.,
. - isalirtbury, N. C
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Iwi' " sa-:o-g -
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of the cu?3 & Observer. , j :. I form was known to all, must be met enumerated. As to the appropriates -;
The following committees, cora-( in their own way. He was an Anglo ness ofthe 'term wLiJjiytlle;Ge
posed of one from each Congressional Saxon, and he knew the temper of cruor read some figures taken, from :
district, were then on motion raised:, this convention. ' Speaking for him- the Auditor's books, ; which showed
Credentials First district, R. R. self, he said that, sink or swim, sur- that during the period from' Seplem- :
Fleming; second, Mark T. Stevenson; vive or perish, he intended to stand ber, 1868, to September, 18170, whlenu
third. W. E. Hill; fourth R.. C by the people of eastern orth Caro- the Republican party j had absolute.
liblic plunder Strudwick ; fifth, James Y Red ;. lina. Cheersi He urged the Demo- control ot tne 6tate, c ordinary ex-.
wards the over-l sltll,.YY. iJOSier i'rencu , evcuwi, craw iu bluuu lugeiucr aim uppvac a i " ' tjiuuiufc wno-
1afnre should receive the thanks of j McMathesonrciehth, WW. Van-, united front to the epemy. The ram-Mb".U8. iNow wasn't that
m. i - . i tnrmv nr nur lusniuuuiu iiuu tutiu- i - ' . n . . - . -i - . 1 r,t.. i . . - r
u...u --rv- -i'V; the thoughtful citizens everywhere, l: :"h :ta omcers were sworn to diver, . , paign is to bean earnest one, .and en-truiy --iiDerair LUreat! laugh er if
fJhm InthepLentconditionsoftheSouth tea Permanent organization-First dis- ergy and unity of action are the pre- and cheers. Hence, hen th.co-
of these. The Democrats, pend- k prelect. It is an enemy composea oi Y1mll, .,1. t -M r.,!ii fn Th whHeDem- vention ef Jane. 7th called itself lilL U
i biact I UH8UU ujuim, - i pv-- - -1 i -
f .. t VTr rT Hno. fiirfli. H A UmLo of North Carolina can nledce eral it called itself riffhtlv. Tlie Re-
tocratic ugi u"u i' ' j - I : l : --- -- - - o - : -TT
uc uu -1, 1 ' . I. t T-. r.K T1 T tTrIt KiTlh. I flirm5l vQ td show thpse." I ;nl. riult t I PUOllcanS Were tlie most Iiheml rWnW-
ti . , ,r. . , l.lSUre IO CISC vuugrcaeuicu ritv, ij ffnn d mhr whose eolOr no XjOnuuu. jr,; uw.t . v, " . . . .. TT
ii nun 4rv nnniioii r no 'v 4nn wi ikuiiu i i i jiiiciai A.ai i v ivw4i w w - - - i . . ' H A r j i a - i
uiiiwb w auwwii v4 wu -iw0vr , . 4 1.. 1 " i l -r m T .1 . ,n..nh 'I H I cnwh wq lorvont nnrl earnest.
UbbV.ITI - r J 1 i '!!.... nn I .IHIIICS . IJCKItlUH . w I r " " ' '
M Sr.rlL w JL Caldwell: eigfeth, AMrWin;' v , ; The lloa the.W up it4 lIwlW:lMMi-
fr' honntrV. Onlv one Coneress- , . :r..fi. i.-. .1. iL.. PhlfoHh and Rcsdldtions First first business,- nominations for Uoni umng ine money. Ihcn tho nanie
w j I a 1-iAV nnun Tl f I ri I Illllllf? UUb a.V naaiu I m t I
I 1 tl.,. Vn i.l An f T4tiiw "Vo noil'.
1JL1115 ICUUW UK iBISWUW vu , - - .
$ 7,000,00a, but pray who do these ly as any lawcan do and rtrfuce the
taescome off of? fWhy, -off the -TolJ for the firt . Unef- to its
rieh : those who haveibank accounts, Iawul limit- .
o,i ' , j i The Statehas. been rcdistncted in
tqose wno use permujery, Biuuik.c;-
rilief wiraUver for the people in llhe e.lizen, snchadvantage asthe law ;3 held togetUcr by p
bill. It will make neither matches perm.to, and for doing this he Legis- moves onw8rd t0W
upr medicine cheaper, but will;
ffs o n.ese. neemoc , - o-jW which : - : v ' , A. . trict, WiIson GXamb; second, tM rnisites to snccess. The white Dem-
ing uepate in tne riouse onereu van-i --r a . ulttl'J,w ' "m",vi'T r . T .1.1 r nA. fXnrfli HA
T j 4 f " j j be controlled by'the freedmen arel Rom,ii:rfinq AnA wuite Democratic Long; third, WJ Ureeu; lourt 1, a a
oiis araendmenUrSome to reduce and .u ..I Republicans, and wmie enocrauo s, ,
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aiidbrandyentirely; others to abol- Pfd character, are
.1; i ' i lj ...,l 4 unfit to have a voice in niakiu
lsii ine looacco uix,. aim anumw
! ...i xi i.i zLi 1 ..I;.
Wipe OUb lii wnuiu luiuniut-ievcuuc
sVstemv Tlie amendment to repeal
the tobacco tax camej very near suc
ceed ing,, but the itephblican majority
succeeded in defeat iiig all of these
man of this class is likely to be elect
ed in South Carolina, and he will
serve as a warning aud constant re
minder to those who are willing to
r.lMiKAl nAioai tt f Via n1mf4
am,?l P V" .g People in the South."
solidly for them. r ' ' ... ...
The result of the whole matter has
l)eeri put. to, the two parties fairly; on
record. The Democrats wilfgo into
the fall campaign with the tax reform
for their motto. The people from
One end of the country to the pher Second District
yill flock to their standard and in Third District
ihis sign we will conquer. The i re- Fourth District
iord has been made iip and the Re- Fifth District,
1 .1 1?. -n u... LuufA Sixth District
puuucaro Wi v Tl , Seventh District
tueir Uoncress or repuaiate it. Liana
mark. ! j '
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Hppropriatepublic-prope. Their distriet, G Skinner;, second W A I gressman at iarge. rrTJA
nlatform is based on ireindice to the Monlgomcry; third, Xi it Moore; vol narry oKinncr, ot i p.aceu .y. ur.r ..,. m gci ,m
. r ! . I - .1 TT 0...i ftk flan H Mil tinminflflOTI TTnn. R T Rennett. of J POWer and thus tint n sfon In TienifU
best interest and prosperity of the lourtn, ueo xx oauw, jum, . . r
white man. He referred then at Gregory: sixth, W J Yates; seventh Anson, whom he termed a man among crat.c economy and honesty which
length to the Republican platform, John S Henderson; eighth, S McD men, one areunwhom the democrat, now prohibited Racial steahng.
f , 1 1 a rrofQ . . f of eastern North Carolina would rally Here the Governor read extracts frojn
nd aitid that thev nronosed to retain late. , - v .. .... . . .
The Legislature adjourned Wednes- o . .ff nd :ntcrnal revenue system Capt. Coke moved that three adt as they never rallied beiore-a man l ie Auditor s report showing that, m
a"y and .after a session, of nine days. J . . Qpjgj. jq concentrate power ltid eeu-1 ditioual members, on from the eastf whom dejighlec tolienor-a man whom ne past .wo nsca. year.. ' iroou p.
The congressional districU as now . . 4:4..4:... ritt oe from the centre and from the West all trusted, an uonorei,aii aaunrea-a ie.uuer, ioiu, 10 oepiemoer, 1001,
---O T ' inl IZCUIU lUSlllUHUHS U uc wvmmi; -v . , I . ., . 1 1 .1 .i n. -.
constituted stand :,. , ; , , .Lw, ntml desnotism. i be added as from the State at large to man whose ; name in this hour was a the expenses of the State government
Thvap svRtenia of taxations are ore- 1 the
White. - CoFd.
. pn 1 o nnn
lltJQO .WyffO , r-kKf f -nJfoticfa nn,1 no?
13952 13,756 in return capitalists. foster the Repub- being
17.696 17.519 is.n nartv and contribute of I their
Main Pander for its succesi. Thc money
"OM' -.n eMm nnr neorJe hv IflXCS on
M4U& T ' I T
i iir-m r ho nr.-1 lower of strenerth. His name luspires I
f.IIIIIIIllLLCU KJII UIUUVIWI .v I I ----- 0 . .
nted br the chair. The motion the Democracy to that uuity of action $y25,WU. iook at this
( . ' ' . 1- 1. 1- 4 linf I lianil unit In. Ql Q AA
rlAtiPl. the ehair annointeu I wiiicu lueuiia amw. puiw, vii 1 m, u v,vvv.
wuwi.wv., i 4 t - 1, .
f ' :
Bargain and Corruption.
Tlie "Wrong Man Again.
Cor. SUtesyiHe landmark. -'
I have heard it being whispered
arAnnrl tlifl T have "turned." and to
whiskey 'and tobacco
back, to us, but it goes
the bands of the grand
at Washington City.
Capt. Coke then piid his respcets
to the corrupt combination
does not como
county r government system,'
thonglit proper to accuse
th D - mitteee, "Now. I don't know. why J
jne licmo-1 . nfipj ftf filming Had. or -whv
. j .1. "rL . n- . 1 1 .. t :
craioi e onaguur- name shoaia appCar among the
feain in order to getrid of th obnox- jf the Liberals unless it is
ious, burdensome, and abused system . . - T nnt: T
TITTHTIimTITI TTITTTl TlTI I T 111 - LL. J Jl "" t .
KSMMMJl TiU UfiAD ! ;" "'" "-7 M,nti beeanse I thonght it best and I
inousanu3. x, ciiarges umi ny xjasieru
men in the Legislature agreed to vote
for railroad appropriations for the
West upon the distinct ground that
Western members I would combine
with them iff changing the system of
voted anti because I thought it was
clear of politics. But now, when I
thought it dead and settled forever, it
under Democratic ml
on . thc
W T Dortch, A 8 Mcrrimon and T F glorious party will be found work- the Kepublicans on . the otucr, and we -
Davidson. ! i iug together tor one purpose, ana see ai a giance uiat lvauicai govern-
Hon J J Davis moved that all reso- that purpose victory. With him as a meut costs the people ; just jtwiccl as
lutions - offered in the convention be leailer our banner will float gloriously, much as the Democratic rule. The
referred to the committee; on 'resohi- fc A motion wasTaiadc by Mr J L C Democra'Uc party stood, stands, . and
tions without debate, j Adopted. Mr Kerr, that Col Bennett be nominated will stand like stone wall . against-
Davis then read the folloWifigrcsoIu- by acclamation.: - th$ "liberality" of theRepubli(ans.
itAf,-a Whleh he offered r M The motion wB put (0 a vote, and The Republican partyliaslsought; to
.rr ' V , fruULrn f4ann carried unanimously witii a storm of reinforce its ranks by; an'assistant
lonbetwecn i?rpfced, -Thatwe regard froe and . . J m:miln I nftrtv. for so the Liberal tmrtvi U
' 1 2-1 i.i.r- w r-r: 111 w iiiaiuc i i . " - . r a . h. a 4 m m ax r mww m m nw- . i kmju' 4ub u hva i v r - - i - - - - i t
l - - . 1 iucftmv mi-"v. - - JtT - i ii i r - nn; 1 if aTiirPKXinii 111 liii: uuuiiu 11111 aw 1 - - -: a -i - , - r--4
porn zeal m behaU of the earpet-bag - . . lled: Liberal eom- "TT u,ose.sre - .".Viri" blT,r 6ure mean8 L On motion. Messrs. Harry Skinner, been aptly termed. Hungry : Demo,
ana praernw? My of perving our free Americah in- Paul B Means nd Walter LSteele craUhave joined hungry Republicans.
reterred to .Manone, waose ;nam o 6titutions, and denounce the Rtpnblj- wertf api)bipted a : rmnittee U escsrt If he had to turn either loose W the"
saia wouiu iiereaner uu rcan parly ana ine iniereiicu ui iiaicu- , . . , . Trnrv Tie won d av Itirn the R(
fUh that6renediernoM. He eiaUJ,- Latter. oW who cast
poke ofthe degradation tfjVfrpm. 1 tiee of. Snnreme Court beineext tlie bulk of the EepoUfam vo fo
under ine one man o5u aiprivedof their just politiealitfofder, Judge Thomas Kuffin was in the State? Why, the 105,000 neli
ue"' "MOf ;r righte; and we bclievenhe corrupt nominated b y acclamation amid grcatigro voters. . TheRepublicansin Uon-
Diaie oi nis uinn anu uruugui, and corrupting use ox ieaerai pairou- o orwl on4Illl:?iem.
trrace upon her people. He spoke of Uee and of public money, drawn by u . ' . . .
b. 1 , . .i, r. . Lf t,0 nmnU in inflnen. man was by vote instruct
S 14V4 (II v JVV' v " - - - -
controlling elections, to be
erous to the liberties of the State
XN THE PRICES OF
Mffirby Monnfficr.tg and' Gravc-Stcnes cf county governmenU Col. FolkjRadi-
;cal-Mongrel nominee tor oupreme
rises in a political party known, as ,n .-.hW king and
Liberals." I am not much of a poll- J XtnA n dangerot
i licorfliallr invito tho cublie. eencrallv
; to,n ilspettion of my Stock and Work.
I foel jJistlGtjd in asserting that my. past
joxiiaiinc4 umler first-class workmen ia
aU jjthef ndwest and modem styles, and
JLIiaJ; tlib workmanship is cqnal to any of
' ;thcuct ' jb the country; I do not say
r j thai oi-t is superior to all others, I
Anilrefeooabvvill not cxaggevalo in or
f ldertoic4mplisli a sale. My endeavor is
to ileaso juid giye each customer tho val
.. juel)f eerj dollar theyleavo with me "
;?4Lcis35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
.;. tiait vjcr offered in thw town before.
rCall al oacc or send for price list and de-
. i R? fli. $N!lt5 CTn iArt arnntqi n1 nr- net llMO
: 'lio erection of marble is tho last work
bf rfcstkct wliirh wo twv tn tho. rftpmorv
F - tr"J
of departed friends. 1 f ' i
I f JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
. Salisbury, N. UM Nov. 1, 1881. x
lUROUS OF YOUTH.
A MKLEMAN who suffered for Year from
" Kervbus Debility: Pbematdre DecayJ
v . anu ii meeueciRoi vouunul mclixcreuon. wm,
' t . .s -y- . " . . -
e sake of sanering humanilyrseod Tree to
lio need it, the recipe and direction fori
tle Mmpie remt-djr by, which he waa
.S SiiflEcrera wifihing to profit 'hj the al4
vert5iiV exiwriencet'nn t!o bv aln wiiiEiri
r )u.-rftc c anliiltiuv. JOHN I;. OCi I 'EN,
Judge, drew the bill. . We only saw I - J . . '
V a zLa .- enough into
utcct.arg ,rWcu 7, uu where the
our lasi issue 10 navo caueu ortuie i , , . .
- . . . . " ' A l couiu not
prooi. 1 he itaieign jxews-uoserver
says "the statement IsTfalse frombe--
ginning to end," and that; itr is "a
Republican cannanl." Ave quote a
paragraph that saya precisely wnaiv
we burnosed savins before weiiad
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cian nor anything of the sort, can't
see as far into matters ' as
and of the Union,
The chair- gross have an idea that alLthe riegrocs
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by vote instructed to notify 1 vote the Republican ticket, soj tuey
him of his iiomtiiation. ; only ask if voters are black or jjwuiWTu;
A' motion was made that tlie con-1 believinc that if the fi)rmer thjey arc i
vention endorse the nominations for I gure to vote tho Republican ticket. ;
autocrat above tlie law; and he asked Resolved, That we are in favor of ed- juw'as made by the several judi- They calculate, and pretty safely cal-
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bnt T th'Snlr T , , fur 11 orui vroiiniai.3 wauiuu ucatmg uie cmiurcu i cial districts. This was adopted, and late. that these voles shall bo wield-- I
thi, Liberal party to see P ?,
black comes in, and if I luSl u y.oclf, -'7 r I to cducate them, we are - in favor of In response to calls, tion John colored vote arejhc revenue oincers,-
see at all I could smell the ana 01 inewest bpnugmg abolition of .thq internal revenue Manning made a few remarks, stating a power and a plague: in the band. ;
ba nn ofrl o4 ") v.w.v.. ... . r. system witn lis corrupuug muiic ' fhnt he did not desire to sneaK at I How manv thousands mere are; pi -
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the trap, much less be caught Btand toS?thcr 811 J oss,'ro f fv,,ct- officials, thereby, enabling :'?b, length. He took occasion to pay the ,.cse nobody knows, -fho system!
. i a .. i ;(n vm.AMni Annnirmnnr. wiiiru nua tei
to appropriate a large aaioumw rur. ,u f. y- , ..-. :l..l:rrtl t Jlrt
i .? i it . 4 cy inn it nnnmis lru u luvwHt"'"" . j
The News-Observer says
truly: i - " Xy- 'y
mm "Some castern'Bmocrats voted for
the appropriation referred to, but we
had always, from the beginning, done
what we could for the Western North
Carolina Railroad J for our eastern
No", you can't call me a Rad ; yon
can't call me a Liberal; and you can't
call me anything but a Democrat, trite
to the very core. So wipe ray name
from the list of your committee, Libs,
for it has already , made ine feel rath
er mean, j - Sid. Fry.
Abernathy, N. C, June 26, 1882.
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The Lenoir Topic states that a
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His eloquent and patriotic address
was loudly cheered. (He named Col.
A. Long as temporary chairman,
who. on taking the 'chair, said with
graceful delivery :
has an army of employees, rwbqwrra j l
everywhere. Wheu an ejection m(;j:
poses of education
The roll of counties was then
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called. '' i
nn ns?nrniu?fi of success.
Long and loud were the calU fbrHu progress at Washington, their num
' t-: ,i, : rncnno fnnk I hr is crreatlv reinforced. The rcven-
After a recess for dinner, the cpn-
To preside over the Democratic 1 vention re-assembledhit 5 o'clock.
Convention of the Stale of i North ' The committee on1 credentials,
Carolina is an honor of the highest through M D W ! Stevenson, Esq.,
character, aud which would be grati- made a report, to the effect that all
nrdhre a liberal J trcnerous. Whole- Miss Patterson'an employee ofGwyn ing to a7 Democrat. He did not the counties represented had present
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clo4l npnnle. and that was a ereat Harner's factory, at Patterson, Know now to express uie man filial tea proper creueuuu.
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State work! The road received a pa- Caldwell county, was kindling a fire befell on this occasion,but he apprecia
To.;c wim in msnonse took I ber is creatly rein
the standi am hi continued cheering ue collectors, it is charged, goilS
.,lQ.,cn d nmlc a speech with blank commissions buying to -
which wa,v a model. He said he and they have thus purchased
would not make a campaign speech consideration some Democrats. H -
1- i . fMv wnnk of. caution definition of a "hberal"as a pur-; -
and encitiragement to this grand as- chasable Democrat.'' Not loiig sinea
semblage ofthe good old Democratic a prominent Republican had dc ared
. :. i . i.A T.:KnifiIi mnile the Radicals
the votes to be allowed certain conn, party, iver s.nce tne - " "TP. ison7 g tIl9
Dur- party in imi uraggeu its corruuig t ' , .1- ,
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.... .. r' -i:tj.ii----v(r-A-BAm mdMnmH L-prnenr I ted me nonor ana avouiu arrive w ais- lies. 11. naa uwiucti us ;
tnotic supnorij . iuui ine cuaicm cuuwu; rvuv v.wvm. - j 1 ' . .'.! 4 n . rvrifth I 'ami iiia he hart as a l revenue iiwihs 6V ,
Sj it is 'MTttMthlA1 tA 'tZ !1 nn'lt use it to blaze. A charge the duti.s acceptably. Wlmt ham, 9 ; Franklin, 14 ; Granv. le, ; body mto North " " , Jl iu.Uiu"A
tributeto ihe east k sin than hed, f.jV
.u-x.ni..'.,A l,4nlf?rrnmmAnicated t5 her clothini? ence he would seek to remedy by an 26 ; Warren. 7. j ll ticipateujn y -i.- - Cnnilnuctl on Zd Pane t - : '
.Hiieu .n u....Ji..j).H.7 ..... - I , . . .m ft.fi ... i;L. J ii ; . .....nl nr. 1 Ia did not propose il inane una vain- : - , .
r'to k an early completion of:U I micavorjpo iauuuuy u,, ,n,naruai,y poiniu.ti .u,-r fV- - V f . f . . ..;. ; -
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