WB EE LY -ERA.
Official Orfan of the United States
Official oran of the CItjv
1tr.4l. nl rtntrii-tirlt r.l1itfVI1 f 5
W. 1JROWX, Manager
For Superintendent nf TubUc Instruction
THOMAS R. PURNELL,
It is our painful duty loannouncc
tho death of Gov. Tod It." Caldwell.
He breathed his last at tho house!
Jof Col. Thomas liuthn, at II illsboro,
Ion Saturday afternoon, about six
TTn 1 f 1.-l-- fn Vila ficnfl:
health on Thursdav mornincr to at-Vi
Jtend tho annual meeting of tat
Stockholders of the North Carol! n:
!-- t -i A Tl" 1 1-K-, ...rv J
iJitauroau tomimny -uiii-ju.u..
Hand during tho day was attacked?,
. . m . j I . . 1 1 !
wan vrernia irom which neuiec
at the time mentioned.
Gov. Caldwell was b rn ii
Morganton, Burke County, in thitt
Btate, February 11), ISIS. Hi
father, Mr. John Caldwell, was ai:
Irishman, who in 1800 settled iiJ
Morgnnton, and became a leading!
. . a m Z.
merchant or tin; nlnce. lie Wf..,
For Congress th District:
JAMES H. HE ADEN,
Fr Xdicitor-Uh District:
JOHN ( L. II A KIMS.
For Senate lHth District:
JAMES II. IIAIIRIS.
Fr House of Representative
THOMAS M. AlKiO,
JAMES II. JONES.
TUonms R. Punicll,
Tim nninnpRifir' nnnonnrn tr'i"rVl M mnst'u.i . v.n...-!-v;?'Hl i hat Tim E
. , . A a indorses the eentlineiils ol its correspond
verv hard to prove that our cane. -rintJS in eVor- instance, its columns
Jdidatc for Superintendent
lie Instruction was a Ku Klux
following letter from Mr
Jon thi3 subject is to the
will satisfy all true Republic: iGrand Mass Meeting and Barbecue
that the charge is false : : . TftelAtrte
Hi:viLLi:, X. C, M since the
r June 30, 1ST- . S 'tlul Good Hit i,w.
- 7 m r
COKUESPONDRNCE, gsand dollars, all of win. h h-pr. mi; t THE CAMPAIGN.
ajj At f ho pnmmnnffmpnt n I ho W::i
I " AW J. W m a XT -VJ w w w w - ' a
itAM:J4;ic itirrAiL, iitici:s.
CO KRECTKD UY WAYNE ALLOOTT. FAM-
he espoused the Union cause u.d
UEPL'BLICAX N I NATIONS.
IIY OUOCKR, KAYKTTKVILLK MT.
OA.. " riwmmnnlcattons will be given to the piHHVlurn0.hnnf. tria war. Tn IRfiS aru ISiDistrictsL i f
ThtntAiuingtbeview an.l sentiments wfl .. rhatham ffiUnUt-.ci.IXTOM. J01Uj,r louo
. Pun:cia . ! 3tv in the State Senate. He was np-n -tank.
point iiiulg Opl Chatham Aroused ! jpointed by Gov. Holden one of thtid---jifrt-N a. HYjiArt, f warren. -
ARTICT.KS. IK ICKH.
(HM STKV PltOIUfK.
rnthn-,n ,;RaiIrojVl in which capacity ieynh..jA!iEs ii. iie.idex, r ciwu.
, (rfii, yh0 state faUhfi,y- in 1 laui. ,S ........
ffvVfiS72 hb was elected 'by the lUpub-llji,,;, r. UDKK!M.
Gen..E. J. Jlajapfon i
Dear Sin: I learn that Coi.
u. I'ooi. mv onponenr. iie wr.u-v
teratie nominee for oWw of Surxjilri-lrt-at v
tendent of Public Instruction. jrr Hia
To the FA'dor of the Krai
Saturday, -July 4th, witnesscii aj?
Gillian7 nartv to the position of Su-
riiK-TJineiiuem m -j unite vuri.5,
vvjiicn ne neiu until ns aoomiuu.j
alhain. In accordance witblfcpaU?.4 ii'Sf 1"L"I
asing a ccirtiticatcof one- G. M. M:.t -Pvious notict;
, to the effect that he, SJi.tnd mass mectm
i it... :t. Ciloro on Julv 4th.
Lilt lUUll fnniita tiiYj; vv
awakened the people of thesur-f
educated at the Univer-sily ofNorthyhas no foundation.
IJrotherhooi or Ku Klux, ant
I m . .4- -v a I I it 1 w k tf'W
ivtuni. uu win aiiu inu siiuvi " M ,. 4 - 4i. ....i. 4i
irn.ir ml.i.nn tr, rot.t to Vf2irouH,"S',UIIl'Jr .lu.",u tayi, iim..
.,.i wi..,t I h v. 3this was the com
Sid in i mv neec h T e chr-' ; SAt a,,out 10 a- HI- a Prowion was
, a grand clebratio,;
was held at Pitt"luI Y. QUF1Iut,lul'ul l -in'"t
.ai aucanv i uri: :.
'u a cu4u.-. i..a.i. .r. i.;.lwn some of our btate works, buenf
Carolina, whence he graduated witlitrvunouionetiuieoi ewuc,.. vun .;0f ih nn.i i,rW,Ta,i tn practical men should not be
.. .. .... ' f nttncnmc from a man like Aia:-?""? ' ". V,1!
riisunguisnexl Honors in lJvio. Jicf ..Vk; "1(lff .a ror,1,er:ocauiiiui grow; in me ouisKiris oi
waslmmcdtotclv .ul.nitt,,. , tl , jM. 'aiho ton "where a lwiuntilui .linncrl
bar. and in ho sa.ne ymr was e,ect
al prosecutinc attorney fur hi mi return lo.lns i. 1e, ''-,;Ln tno groun(I ,L addition to tl. f
Court Clerk and Jmhjc njl
For Register of Deeds :
WILLIAM W. WHITE
For Treasurer :
WILLIAM M. I1KOWN
For Surraor :
P. II. A I AMS.
h"or (otjttf Ciirtfitxinncrx :
MOSES (I. TOII,
f LINTON W. WILLIAMS,
N OUFL 1 : ET JEFFREYS,
THOMAS V. SMITH,
HENRY A. SMITH.
He took an active part in politico
and was elected to many position
of trust. He was for several year.-
a member of tho North Carolnu
IIou.se of' Commons from JJurkt
County', and in 1S.V) was ehxrto! U
tho State Senate. In 1848 ho war
bn tho elecoral ticket which ca;
the vote of the State for Taylor and
Fillmore, lie was a Henry Clay
Whig of the most enthusiastic
On the breaking out of the wai
Mr. Caldwell was a firm and um-
r Icompromising advocate of tl e
Union, and a determined and bold
foeof theSccossionists. He remain-
i.nl true to his principles througn
out tho war. In ISCto ho was ap-
Ljpointed aid to Provisional Cover
nor Holden. and the same vear ':
ijelected a delegate from Burke (
Ithe first State Convention whicv
urns r-illrvl nffor f in ivnr Tn lt.Ci
he was nominated by the Itepul
lican party for lieutenant Gove:-f
nor, to which office he was trium
phantly elected. He was inaugura
ted on tho 1st of July, 18G8, and a
presiding ofliccr of the Senate dis
charged his duties in such a man-
ner as to challenge the admiration
iirw! spciiro tho oneomiun s of a I
the menders of both political par
ties. On the deposition of Gov.
Hut does not this charge
members of the Ku Klux
tion a dilemma? If th
.he charge to by true, ;js i hey ha
caken a solemn obligation on tl
iloly Kvangelist of Almighty God
to stand bv and support the meniH
bers of the order, even to tho extent
of perjuring in the courts, they art
oouihI bv that solemn oatn to vou
for me, regardless of my political
opinions. If they do not believe it,
then. as honorable men, tbeysnoum
denounce it as I do, as a vile slander.
TIIOS. K. PUKNKJLL.
. iln Hivi l x . . f nf nmt'iuinnD nnnirih.
, Mparts of the country. It is estimated
The Sentinel and News are very
much disgusted at the independent
candidate business, and would Ilia
to whip them all into parttraces,
but the prospect is that quite
number of them will be electee,
liul neither of those papers car.
ibotit wivingariy thing harsh again; i
independents," tis such language
might be treasured up and tact
ytcaring on the election State prl
iter next Winter.
litWUnalKI inn unin vi nib iiiuiivi .
Kvery Hung passed or wen anu yvc
imay look tor a rousing report from
Id Chalnaiii on tne (tn ot August,
Pittsboro, July 5, 1874.
hooked and I am sure our present ad-i
Raleigh, July 13, 1874.
Ho is still a
2-entIeman. ami his nast courst!
w m w
ought to entitle him to a prominenif
place either as Director or President t
jrtUC jO 1j U 31 It IT S
Pit. K -
I 'A rt i.i
CO O K,
ii in i iy,
Wo are prepared to print Congress d
sjionai, judicial, xegisiaii voanucoun-a
niiiitkiivi u lino -Ji ''r,fcS L i ii .- it ' r i !.!
i this vicinity. ThG namely tracts, at the J(lb,wing pne -s :d
gentlemun is Silas Burns.fj (ntgreionaland JudUid 'fir!:: Q '' V ;
nearly, spngiuiy uiumSiii'Ii thousand, i.o; ten inou
11A N-r ls .
l'OTM l.-.S Sw.rt.
N. '. Irisli.
oa""- 't:ii!...i ii n.s.,
" St-ed V- bnshel.
atld, r more, of one rl, r) cett
per thousand. j
legislative 77cXv-fSaiiio prieesW
abovei l Ii
Counhf Tickets Single thousand s
$2.00 ;i over one, and less than thrc
thousand, $1.50 ier tfiousiind; ovei
five thousand, $1.00 per thousand.
CUiM'Kil ' 1 ,
liil. i.illk S;,l.
Republican Convention in lu-l JS Chish must accompany orders
Parties ordering are miuested u
write names of candidates, plainly.
The Republican Convention oi
Davidson county met in the Court
house on the 4th day of July, 1871,
for the purpose of nominating can
didates for tho next General Assem
rly and the various county offices.
On motion, T. C. Ford, Esq., wa.
made Chairman, and George Kin
ney and b.
rV. VrMl.r. !irnninf.pfl
1 - -jrr- -
Messrs. Jlcadcn and Davis atj Gn tho call of the townships ii
Brasslleld's. I jwas found that all were represented
7b the Editor of the lira : (lout two, after which the follow-
Yesterday tho Conservative can ying resolution was unanimously
didato for Congress, Capt. Joe D-v-goprca ;w
hero to address them. As t) .Snumbor of good men
whose claim Sf
' ' vi - St-- 14 tl; r jl
rowd was assembling, an.l Squi uPon, uie xvepuuncansoi uiueounv
-runnrlv nrul hi iid rnir ,.: $ior tne nominations to tne variot
I,ia wnmVsn!!n 4,ot o n-rw .iiSoflices is recognized and dcclarct
Hl.-J V VJ1 l l'IIV,lllb II llliv u i-tj Jt,
time thev would have in an .jusi ; anu, wui ro , tn eunhequen
lumc tney wouiu uave in an -l-5J. ' ' ; T. ' - . p
Larte discussion, there appeared i the number ot camhdates it h
fthocrowda man of meiliuiii statu: fi.feo.ccn thought Les to call a Convei.
rki stranger, accompanied by Col. T.
oung, known to many or tl
Ti VL Tien u'jw at. once anxious ;
iintervicwod as to who this disti -
Utinguishcd looking stranger vs.t,
f t it it i r i 1I...1.... i.
votetl for Hoi-ft-oi1JmV8 ui;; '
Greeley. Greeley was known ocjn;irtv n(1 th onnoIlcnt of Cai
. ,1 ,wdwv . I.S.-W- tv T . -,r. T T 1
Jhave done by charging
TliurMdtiy, aujumi tu 11.1
dor fur llie
We insert in this issue a column
of Purnell tickets, which we shall
keep standing until tho election
Cut out theso tickets and have them
alout you when you go to theoll
We would suggest to the Repub
lican press of the State the propri
ety of following our example in thb
particular, as it would supplement
the distribution of tickets. Sec to:
it that each polling-place has plenty
JJowaro of Ku Klux candidates,
for Judge in tho Wilmington,
(iroonsloro and Charlotte Districts.
The icoplo of Wake aro prover
bially fond of shows. They never
bargained, however, to !e taxed to?
We were in error in scaling n
he registration books will close t
(Idays before t lie ele -t ion. They w
one dav oi'ore, out in civ
bo in favor oi mixed
md the sKiial equal
They have just discoven
. A A' - .
i terrible tiling n is logoior mix ugu Tnro ilinl ino0( his O -
schools, and are trying to divt gford appointment and disappointed
public attention from what th
ity of the racor.ijsvhen told at Henderson by Colonel gj'-ov:
iscovere! wb ;tS.Yoing that Capt. Davis was daily ganai
,Hm his speeches expressing a desip. van
A new registration isiiotrcquirec
ifor the August election, but ever
man iho has rlKtngetl his residence
since last election, that is, if he ha4
removed from one township to an
other,(or from one ward to another.
if the icitv contains (br e tliousiinc
inhabitants, or more
inew jor he
cannot: vote, utiles
your lpimt? is on the books of th
township or wan! in which you ro
side on thelay of eliection you can
not vote. See about your
Republicans arc in favor
what the have done.
thai he eon
print register before, 1 :-egis'.rai i;n v
fl fact ion of the judges
county, one regular
indenendenf. There are
batch of ' indepen-
Ilaiorsof quite a bate
Slents1' for the Legi
fc'uor Caldwell succeeled to the exi
Isutive chair. In April. 1872. he v a?
. . . I.
ijnominated on tne nrst oaiiot ast'K
nllepublicitn candidate for Governor,
vass, elected by a majority of-,o('-.'.r3close
As a rrimiiinl havvpr' CinvonitaMwhere iiialcs come of age on elect i
------- - --i
1 fi', cRihiv. or a voter shows to
'5 r... : n l... : ,
inonlrrto rriire tlie Kra It i8ii'"v..in ... un.un
- - m . m -. Eli, tiaG.iikil at IIJ I 9 t f 1 4 lik ttt llitl 4 I ,
nrehnrv ilini llic price ur i iuivih-i-u, iiiii iia m uiuiaiiut
- 1 - . . . . ... i
Kiiuii n company nil r-h:.)f oarties never failed of an ele -Pl'e allowed on Hiat day.
paper, our irriu nrViioii before the people when he ws..-f
Hacandidate. 14 Inpkpknpknts. - i ne iu tv-jt ;
TI14 mnnt irviiK ti ihn Sh.'.iil77wiM I earns that tlu'ie. are tor
im inn woli L-nnvvn rmnim n n. tiomocratic candidates lor rtneriii
ill a v V ' v a -v a v v- I
Jtice at our hands in this article.
3 His hist public acts were an ad-
idress of welcome to the North Car
olina Educational Association on
Wednesday lat, and at the timtij
lie was stricken down he was a!
ilillslxjro to assist in the consolida
tion of tho Railroads of the State
a scheme which he long had neaif
The announcement of his death
has cast a gloom over the pcoph
everywhere throughout the Statt
ma is universally regarded as a
We defer a more extenilixl notice
for a future number. Our heart W
too much crushed now by the great
ailliction for the mournful task.
His remains were brought to
nilnifr)i rtn Wnnlnv fvriinr unci
lay in state in the Senate Cham !
ber durimr IMondav. 'and were!
conveyeil to his- late home in Mor-
day. . .
potion, in order mat me claims and
iicrits of the various candidate.1
Kishould be fully discussed and se--
Eldod ; therefore, be it
f& Resolved, That the name of ru
person shall be iroposed lor nom;-
nntinti to thi I Vn volition tor unv
rv I Ml i.
onice wTno w in not pieoge nimseii
;tto abide the decision of the Conven
Yp ir Mr Header e$ On the call or tne roll ot tJie
-- --- 7 - - 'FI'i. I il. ...II ;
til .ownsnips me loiiowing naiue vei
EES i- l a' .1
unanimously nominaieo.. lor ii
various offices, as follows :
Senate John T. Cramer.
House of Representatives Jacoo
r. llrown, John A. Heitman.
Siierift" Jacob A. Sowers.
Clerk Superior Court Levi K.
Treasurer--David W. Pickett.
Register of Deeds Will. II. Mo.'
C"roner Philip w. Michael.
Surveyor Peter K. Link.
Mr. Headen followed oi.Sa onnnissioners -James 1j. fsmitn
,i ,v..u i.n.i t),;i-fr n.innf, -fi . W . HarMev. Da vid (;. KimeL
W . 1 1 II. I IT.H II itllll bill. IV .K7 4 - . 7 - - - ,
1. ,..i . ...tit,.. i..- -. r3i rOorw Win i th Abrjih.-mi ( Vms
li Hi t It I . II XJIIIIX- 1L Lim.lV. L I I . - lif1: h ' " 7 -
- - - f J?-Z n . ?. ni i. .a. 1 1 l : . . i
old Union-loving people esoiveu, iiiai uie promNiiii-.-iui
To Poi.ralobPKlis. At theciisu
ing election jive, ballot-boxes will b
required ut each pollin-junce on
each for Superinlendeei f Public
Instruction: Member f Congress
Judgejiind Solicitor (iwhere iuy Jmlg
is to be elected, a box lor Solicitor)
Senator (or Senators) and I tep resell
tatives (or Represeiitati ve) in tin
General Assembly;' all county Of
fieers, including Clerk of the Stipe
rior Court. Tickets to boon whit
pap( r, witiiout device.
Ifl. S j
i, llepabiicai K
ss, will speak .1
his own friends in order to mw:
face to face his opponent. Nov,
Mr. Kditor, I ank who is it tint !-
dodginr V v ho is it that did iu
Mr. 1 leaden, that he at i
ited Capt. Davis and
would not come. So he went to the!
Japtain. Captain Davis led off 01?
Hon. ('. L. CoBh
candidate for Conjriess
to the people of the Fust
as follows :
Wash i n ! 1 oi i , 1 ii a 1 1 f( i.r i
ty, Julv Kith, at 1 't:loc!v
fc!i. ill. t
m Plymouth, Washington county
Friday, July 17th, at f oVun-k; p.nt
Scuppernong, Washington cui'
ty, ialurday, J ul lSUj,al IU) clock
Gum Ntvk, Tyrrell county, Mon
May, July 2)th, at 11 o'clock, a. m
Columbia, Tyrrell count v, 'rues
day, Juiy 21si, at I I o'chn-k, a. m
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i'. t S uunr
iMirNlfrriis, COFKKK-Okt Kov'inent,
KIsii-Mm-kmi, No. :;.
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rn Sli.nl. Jibbl
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SUOAIC Alnii.rd A l,l
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' Y. iiow,
ii ti i
(I I XI
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da It) in
(t ID mi
(4 12 mi
ft s Ul
(Ii ii ui
lirstetnl Thousands proclaim Vix.
eoaii HifTUits tho most wonderful In
vifroruat that ever sustained th1 sinking
No Person can tako those Hi Hera
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their hones aro not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
moans, and vital organs wasted boyoud
Khiouv Remit lent and Inter
mi 1 1.:: u i (v vers, wjucii arc so preva
lent in thf- valleys ot
through' :ir i'he United
1 1 1 n i o: t n rs a a d ed
ori o!is of devotion
i tMt 1 a
V . : ; . . - m m w . v . ....
, Ej'i i.i.. a.i .r,...i;A ,, u.! im . Miiifsvi: I'. iMm rrm iiiiituv I hnrw.
. i. . ' A. a..,i i. ajm Ar,w.A v, -IKdav'. Julv !2.'d. at 12 n'cincl: m. &i
to r 'i ! i ni i o i. n i ' . -.' i " i iv in it. iii ui Jin ipj . j i ....
ivianin county, rr:r
i t i . t ii ., t mi til r
rJ,:'.i;L ri:i'. 0:es Oi dCVOllOll lO ll-.. I'u.iin.ttuw.i.
f'Jonstiutioii and the Union. Whiiejg On motion, tho Convention a
g:-Jait. Joe is popular, personal I v,j"urned. T. C. FORI), Ch'n.
fehr.w th. ini niwisleiwvnfbia inlit:.3 GEOllGK KlNNEV, ) A ...
" " ' ------ r N- . rl iMl'l t Ill's
Mr. Purnell has leon greeted by
ge audiences in the West, and
has made a splendid impression
wherever he has spoken. 1
i year for independents! Wa
4w so intich oublic sniril?
... .. l A
c-ff;cal course, so clearly and forcibi
nrhown by Mr. 1 leaden, staggered
,Kli;s friends and made solid our on-ffi?
,;lire vote liero. At tho close of th
ai'.ds?!.! KviMCulnii liativiimi 'MnujiM I Ya tSJ.
ra-Rand Ileadea. Messrs. Skinner. Saml.
:Cannadyanl Walker, Conservative
?rviTiilnmrr nnire.nfirosentin' their!
friends in the county canvass, and
rhe old vttoran and war horse, Ja3.
Messrs. I leaden,
il. C. L. Harris, ii
I. Moore and Col. Ike Young ro-m James W. Newsom, Esq.. Chair-
olied in behalf of our candidatesrrsman of the County Executive Com
md although the Conservativeslfmittee, called the meeting to order.
iiad their representatives, and thess Richard J. Walden was then made
3!i(;n!i nml Col. loung only to re-l SChairman of the Convention, and
?lay, July ri4th, at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Windsor, Jiertie county, Satur
day, July iijth, at 2 o'chn-k, p. m.
Lewiston, Rertio county, Mon
pday, July 27th, at 12 o'clock, in.
1 Coleraine. Hertit' c f - i 1 1 1 v. Wt iliws;
Nortliamptoii Nominating Coii-ldav. juv at WoVkxrk. m.
volition. fa liarrellsviile, ' Hertford county.
The Jtepuhlic-ansof NorthaniptonNift";ay -July at 12 o'clock, m
county met in Convention in thefl r Vm.ton? Ilertordetiunty, Friday.
town of Jackson, on the 4th of July,IjJU,1 U1. i ci)ck, iu.
to nominate candidates for the Lc-fi , -Catesville, Gates cfunty, Satur
gislature and (bounty ollices. Bd? A"SU! at 12 o'H-'k, m.
m xLiden ion, uno wau county, ivion
p Jay; August 3, at 11 o'clock, a. in.
Hertford , Perquimans county.
our great jivrr
those ut 1 1 1 r Mississippi, Oliio, Missouri
Illinois renii -ssfo, Cuniberland, Arkan
sas. Kcd ; nidiano, Ihazos, Kio ur.nnlo
l'oarl. M.ibania, Mobile, Savanna!', l
an ! .l uiies, and niauv others, will
their ast tributaries, throughout oui.
entire country dining the Summer and
Autumn, and reniarkablv so during sea
;otis of unusual heat and dryness, anj,
utvana Wy acconipanieil by extensive ile
raiiiren;. nt. )f the stomach and liver,
md other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, purgative, exerting a pow -i
eriiii niiiiieii.-o upon thnso various or
rlgans, is s-( -ntiall v necessary. There
- - - - - jj-jm-i ui (vim x ifiui muj ii j b .yi let 1 1 1 1 m
I. Sharp and others addressed thegply, they consented that one Col.JIWm. E.
itiwns of Nash, at Nashville, onlIenry Arnold London, of Pittsboro,! t Each
...... . i lt i . ; . i . . ! 111..
jrowd was in
Old Nash will
publican majority in August.
invite attention to the letter!
Stipe, published in this!
It fully vindicates!
d will be read
he last Legis-j
cat those whof
fland Ike Younir irot thmtifrh with!
I London. Cannadv. Walkr and!
Republicans allowed a registeredHskinner, all the Cannadys audi
voter to take a certificate from thi J walkers looked sad and the Lon
,n,.L.i,.,r ,.r i,;. ti.t,ci,; ,,J Idons and Skinners had left the!
i l.-imii wi ni.-i ivii iiuii' iiiim - -. .,, , . ,
, . . ,. Unround. It will be some time be
at any place m his county. Ufnro Lon(lon ttlI1 l)e induced to car-
Th DenwK'rats not onlv rciusr dr.wf.n.jf ii, nrunviiia .Vni Tof
IT 1 t " T J t A lllll T 111V Cfcl V 11JV V v J
to let a registered voter voUf-sMoorei and Skinner will reluctantly! j
j. i -i icnrisiMit. lor Col. oiint" tn rnroAiifI i
... - t- j--
the Republican candidates. Put
jdown Granville as 750 majority forp
fileaden. Cant. Joe is a good fel-ft!
luesday, August 4, at 1 1 o'clock,
Tfc ft A
nmlm Ktfi-ftirv is -oeividcre, ierciui mans county
township was represented! I Wednesday, August o, at lUo'clock
bv two delegates. On motion, they
retired, and after brief consultation,
returned and reported the followin
ist oi candidates, wine n was ac-
allowed 47o speak wjcc.Meepted vyith unanimity anil enthu-ft;
, Mr. Editor, when Jim AIoorclsiasm, viz. : (j
!S no e
learn that a largff )"v ";,J ni,lu wma.llw.B' J""
attendance and ail,.,...:.,,, ,..), i,w. li.rhinimr mil or
impnssion made.finstirance agent, so Moore said,) was
reixirt a itohI Re-K'also
Elizabeth City, Pasquotank coun
ty, Wednesday, August o, at 8Jl
o'clock, p. in.
nit of his township, but have don
dl in their jxiwer tokeophim from
voting in his township.
m 1 - - a t 1 'T-A a
iaKU x-urwcuiur auiigo i j John A. Ilyman, the IUpub-
By section 12, chapter 132, laws onJnVain-andidate for Coi g ess iti the!
IC?5 7J tf t.1 .nniMnil tl... II ...l...mlx ... 1 1 ! ... .A !... .1 i 1 1 J
uiu- nkino juuwutu uiai w iicijj iot conn iiiricL lspenuiiieo n waiK
a - - . r
voter m challenged at the polIs,Hover the course. The Democratic
juion demand of any citizen of thef 1Commitlec met at GoldsUiro, a few
fStati it shnll fn tho ilntv of fb in
For Senate W. W. Peebles.
For House of Representatives
Richard J. Walden.
For Superior Court Clerk- N. R.
For Sheriff James W
For Register of Deeds
For. Treasurer Jams W. Cope-
For Coroner John R. Drake.
bring a witH
Vrs to voto.
I- it -J
for Judge in
un,ti lit; uwiiuiu
yiieirthat ho "puked" on hi.
Qiates in tho dens. This has sol
Vlllsgusted them, that they will not
vote for him, and he is likely to be!
Kicker on .the sixth day of August
than V. "ithe Congressional Com-
in i tteo . t, t hoso sea rch i ng quest iond
.Hon. C. L. Conn. This distiu
giilslK entlcman, who has been
J for some timo to his room
ijigum ny.on account oi
llncss, w e arc pleased toj
ifc- so inr recovereu as to Dei
able to Joiij the canvass in tho First
Mr. OobT" entitled to great cred-
U for his energy and labor as a Rep
resentative Congress, and we!
hope will roll up a heavy majority
in August. The Republicans of hi
District are confident of his re-election.
tspectors of tho election to require!
said voter, before being allowed tol
vote, to prove by the oath of some
other ierson, known to these judges,H
uie jaci oi nis residence lor thirty
days previous thereto in the county
in which hopuroses to vote."
In order that you may be allowed
to vote, go to tlio iiolls in company
with your neighbor or some other!
idays ago, and as they could not find
any one who would accept a nomi-j
nation from them, they adjourned
Republican papers copy.
bf the liost canvassers in the State,!
jand will make the Democratic furl
fly thick and fast wherever hef.
joi. w. r. Henderson. v
We hear that Col. W. F. I lender J
son is inakinf a stilerulhl innvMuJ
oi me r inn uisirict. ine preju-
klicc against him is rapidly disap
pearing, and Gen. Scsiles, his op
ponent, is kept on the defensive.
The Republicans are rallying toM
the support of Henderson, and"J
lafler licuring him onthe stumnU
many Democrats declare that theyf
will not vote for Scailes. The!
kihances aro that Henderson will!
be elected by a handsome majority
Messrs. Mori ng and I fanner, Mer-
rinion bolters, have been re-nomi
nated for the General Assemblv in
Chatham, and wo Wm thnt. Arrini lPit of the gearing of a threshi
r h. k
;i in i 1 1 : 1 1 1 i mii ii
riCO i. WaUUCIl. Ksn.. hn ilnnl.i wwll V V .
- ...ww..vM,jHO severely as
- " 1"-'v ui v-uiuiiuaie,jiion.
without, making one.
We are glad to see that
II. Dockery has enteretl
For Surveyor Norman Parker.
For County Commissioners Dr.
low, but stands on poor principles,pWm. Barrow, Jas. W.Grant, Thos.
rmlif it.i II tr on1 flit iri.i Ir i oou Hiofrt T W Immiu iitul Tottinu A
iviiiiaii v unit itiaiiyuwj va iuojjvi x VViv. jjaio uiiu uoiiii.q jlm.
fciuise has been so forcibly shown topBoone.
jthe people ot this county by Mr.SK On motion, the Convention ad
Headen and his friend, Col. 1 oung,0?journcd.
that the eop!e will voto as hereto-3 The people present then resolved
fore for Republican candidates and3NI1em.se! ves into a mass mating,
Republican principles 111 Augustu ul many very able and eloquent
isp3eches were made in detence ot
rtthe Republican pari v.
& RICHARD. I. WALDEN. Ch'n.
next. A VOTER.
Brassfields, July 11th, 1S74.
Wm. F. Drake, Sec'y.
NEW Al V E UT S EM ENTS.
To the Editor of the Era:
About the vear 1833 there canu
to Raleigh a mechanic and obtain
ed a position on the State House .j
then in course of erection. He was"-.
aw mm m W t .V . . a . rjl I
p:ign against A. m. Wadded, inniempioyed in. tne sinuns depart-g?
the 3d District. Col. Dockery is 011c'!1110111! . K r no conunueii unui merf offick ok th i: Dkpcty Wa kokn,
i.i 111, . i'hi 1 i7i
C STATU I UXITK1VT I A IKY,1
..I...J i l- 1 SI. IS
coiupitaiuii ui uiu uuuui.il:.
recent examination of the
of the stairways, I have been forci-j
bly struck With their durability as,
well as that of the iron
Mother portions of the building.
x tt a .' . ,i In 1845 he was the successful con-
()ntheaiinouncimiento!lbe(Ie;dhtrac.tor unUer lhe administration
of Gov. C-aldwelL Hon. W. H.Hof Gov. Graham, for feneinir in the
K . .... ' '
IT.......).... w ... i' UU Vi tn fil Swmnrn ;inil low iol um?
iiunnuMi. nuiiriiirv in OUIIC;, UOlI-LI J j"'
w . . . 'till II' I'll I 1 V. llll 111 I I'lll III! V." . .
nod i.ieut. uov. nrogden to renairri:- ;:r:: " ' :..w
, , . I si.'. iacnoii ui an coiicciijuu. oouiiw
to the capital to be in readiness toljaer his advent into the State, thefl
Ik:' time the duties devolving uponjqv.ostion of internal improvements
StateSI0111 to t,xcl the public mind
5.- d our ineiui neariny uspousoujg
f jit:: cause. When the North Caro
3Ir. PurnelFs Appointments.
Rxy.s Rep. Statk Ex. Com.,
Raleigh, N. C, June 8, 1874.
Tuos. R. Puiixell, Esti., Repub
Mcan noniinee forSujerintendent ol
Public Instruction, will address the
people at the following times and
Morgan ton, Burke Co., July
Lenoir, Caldwell ' -
Statesyille, Iredell 4t
THOS. B. KEOGH,
Ch'n,7ro fern., State Rep. Ex. Com.
'!i:iirio for the purpose equal to
W ICR'S VlXKdAK IlrtTi:KS,
.. ill speedily remove tho dark-
isi id matter with which the
are loaded, at tho same thin-
.stimulating llie secretions of the li-' ; ,
and generally restoring the hi:
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its lluids with Vinkoau
IHttkks. Xo epidemic cau take hold
of a system thus forc-arincd.
I)ysp"p:-!a or Indigestion, Head
telie, .Pain iu the Shoulders, Couplis, .
right 1 less of the Chest. Dizziness. 80111
Kruetations of the Stomach, Dad Taste!
in the .Month, Hilious Attacks, Palpita-j
tation of tie Heart, Intlauimation of tint
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid j
neys, and a hundred other painful syinp
toms, are tin; offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One botth. will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings. VAwr. Erysipiis, Swelled Nock.
Goitre;, .Scrofulous InllaujniaUona, Indolent
Inflammniions, Mercurial .Affections. Old
Sores. Kruptions of the Skin, Sore- Eyes, etc.
In these, us in nil other constitutional Pis
eaves, Walk kus Vixkoau I3ittkhs havo
shown their great curative power in the
most ohstinato and intractahle cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronit
iiheumatism. Gout, llilious. Keiuit-1
fc3 tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of.
I J the bhx.il, biver, Kidneys mid Pladdc
tricHc Haters have no enual. Such Disca:
are caused by Vitiated IMood. .
FitANors M. Sorukli,, Sec'y. 4 Jinaiiicai Discascs.-l'ersons en-
unkii-n in 1 anus auu jiiiii'J.iis. sutu in
numbers, Type-sett ors, dold-bcatcrs, and
Miners, as the)-advance in life, are subject
to paifdysif; of tho IloweU. To puurd
saint mis. take a dose of "Walker's Vix
K'i a !i Itrn-KKs occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet-f
ter. Salt-KIieiim, lilotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustuies. Hoils, Carbuncles, Kin-worms,
Scahl-he.i'l. Sore Kyoi, " Erysipelas, Itch.
Scurfs. I)icolorationH of tho Skin, Humor
and Diseases of the, Skin of whatever nanw
Congressional Canvass.--Hon. b
James II. Headen, Iteputilican can
lidate for Congress, will uddres
the people on the iolitic:il issues ol
lithe day, on the days and at the
places mentioned below. A 1 nr
invited to hear him.
I'eii (IoIIhi s rownril lor 1 he apprehen
sion ot" (ioorge'lJrown, an cstipo! eon-
Visu, 11 taken 111 the tt.uiity ot W ake
in.t $20 if taken lovond tho limits of
the count v.
W. II. THOMPSON,
tJtmro Hrown. colon! weighs
V'iiiul.s and is f lect and .r inclies high
Julv 11 :it
him by a provision
The Statesville American
C'i.Kruv and ('or,r. KOTO it's Offick,
July Uh, 1874.
. -m.- a a m r .11 1 mm m m m . M .
iuse. wnen tne iNortn uaro-eji
Ptf . 1 . 1 X 1 1
im mi muiroau was euariereii, ni',W Acting under an ordinance parsed b
ieu.jvtli a tew others, met at tlin tmrtrstii tv.ani of (VimmiinnPiN rim?
to come for-
ithin the next
FRANCIS M. SOURKLL,
Clerk and Collector.
. I t J l 7 - A -ml X.- ,. A 1 1 1
iiuw aa iwHiijiiis denounces mixeur.nouse, 111 inisciiy, in i-k5,hiii i )rin-ii. , 1 ery nnmy an
Ll. 1 1 ri'li rvj Itt li...l-i-r t!r.i lr.w. . 1, FJoI themselves into an Internal Im-fil-e - ist " taxabies
I . .. . . M,.-.-,vnmnf iw.ir.fe o nl f l lio.f 3wanl and 1 ist the same w
whites ami then slips around andW ;'"
jjburg couiiiy, was caught iu some!
fV-f-. , .-. . I 1 t " 1 T . . WTlM Y fc.i
llfiius tni vr in.H't mtr-j vvit! r nr nnl. Pi. . . 1 1 ... . .
- ...... ..... "Jtieui ior uie imoeius iriven 111 me
ioreil jK-oplo at night. Efscheme. At one of the meetings
l..lrl ullAllf fl.aji-- iimn ut iirltw.li1
1 I 41 L It 1 llllll llllll, fV If lllll.
f )rl 1 hit
' -. J III Ult.a 4 OKI LA A Jl.IJL.II. VI ' ' . UIIIIUUIl UllVt JLi.V-VJUVlllUlIk-
E. IJell, of Steel Creek. Mcckien-MMorehead, Swain and Manly wereEj
tome prcsent, this gentleman was calloduf
wher .on for a seecn.'. He excused hi m-
j IeA :lself, but rtjuestiHl the subscription Lt. 0
NEW PIANO AX IES.S THAN
New York cost, at "
NAT. L. DItOWN'S.
HaleiRb, April 21, 1S74. il Cm -
;iayton. " 1
Itolesville, Wake. . a
Apex, " 21
Liushley's X Itoa.ls, W.ike,
Jhapel Hill, Oritur , ' '2i
Smith's, : " 2."
Mannum's Store. irsini-e. ' 'S.
bockville, liathuni, "
ilolinson's Store, I'huthain. :n
I Williams', " 31
we'u Mill, ' Antra! i
1 Edwards Store, :',
VI t Vernon Sprinus, 'iialhaiii. 4
Ilarper'h X ItojuJs, "
lime will be divided with Cant.
Joseph J. Davis, the Conservative
candidate for Congmss,at the above
"VT"TICfc:. This is liive notice that
AJ I will A-U l'r eash t- tho hii'lH.'-.tJ'
Oidder at the Court IIotist lMir dii the
LiDth of Julv. at 12 oVloek. A. D.
1874, in tho city of U.deiuh. Wake
l.fiirity, N. C, all tho n.vendoiiarv in-
;ter;st of Isham Yoim, a liankriit. ins
- . .-
small lots m the town ol Kole-svulo,
eontaitung aunut li acnu each. A1mT
IbO aes ol land HiLuatiMl 111 I.itiln l.iv-m-vl
Pi"fc17 1141 l)it lltr1llitirr itfA !..i.1 ,. w . r i
ley Hartstield, J. A. Youdk and others.
I Also a lite estate 111 90 acres or laml ad
joiwiiig tlie lands of IectHa A. Mitch-
oi!. Dr. 1 leniniinir and othor. Also ir
acres of laml adiomintr tho lands oil
won iv i'earce ami othorx. A ot said
lands aro situated in Wake county,
N. C. I will also sell at the same time
a lot of holes and ' open accounts, as the
property ol said bankrupt, mis July 0,
1874. ' J. 11. O'NEILL.
4 w3w Assignee.
or nature, arc literally dug up and carried
out ol the system 111 a short time by tuo Ur,o
of these Hitters. ;
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking ift the system of so many thousand.
are effectually destroyed and removed.
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
thclininitlcs will free the system frutn worm
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in youni:
fx or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these TriJ.'
Bitters display so decided an influenco tlaf
improvement is soon perccptihle.
Cleanse the Vitiated Hlood tvhru-
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores,
cleanse it when von find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it h
fonl ; vonr feelings will tell yon when. Keeji
the blood pure, and the health of tho system
It. II. MtDOXALD & CO.,
Dme-cist." nml Ufn. Acrt?.. San Francisco. Culif'rni.v
and -n. of Walnii!rton anil Charlton St.. N. Y.
Sotil by all DrugglKts and Ieulem.
r .iir v A-Mf-m t.-r v aw f 4 TW-n-v
! in mm . ine leiisseu. out. reouesiea uiu siiosenniionfj iu Tnv x,- t
io require :uniuta-vJl)Ook to be handed to him. whenH ' ' BROWN'S.
ijhe put down his name for tenthou-y ltaleigli, April 7, 187 1.
S" VOU WA.Vr A lAICLOIl OR
Church Oman go to
NAT. L. BltOWN'S.
Raleigh April 7, 1874..
An occupation a-. t':n-.ir, lMi inr
least a second ratio cci'iincaic. li in
i'orniatiou lf rcijuircd addroxs Wil.o.
J. Lamb, .Jolin i Walts, . W. ISal v
and John Watts ( w 1 1 i t - residing at
Williamston, where 1 have Imcii lapw ing
an teacher for tho last lf months.
J. II. ItlOia'STKRS, (colorod,)
feb3-tf Williamston, JN. C
on TnrsicAf. is'rmr.tiiTN
Sirinu;s and 'IVitninin k, ro to
It-ile gh, April 7, is; 1.