Official Orjran of (he Ignited State.
i Official Or pan of (lie City.
It. W. Wynne, Esq.
This gentleman, who is the Re
publican candidate for Sheriff of
Wako county, is expected to ad
dress the people in this city on
Friday evening next, the 31st inst.
We call upon all Republicans and
others who have the good of the
people of Wako at heart, to turn
out and hear him. If the tax pay
ers of this county stand idle when
they aro lacing mercilessly robbed,
they will deservo no sympathy.
Wo venture the prediction that in
no other county in the United States
would such a state of things as ex
ists in Wake county be tolerated
for a moment. The authors of such
Col. Fuller having boon "smash
ed" at Morrisville by Col.
Youner. again asks' another
Col. T. C. Fuller went to Morris
ville to aid Capt. Davis when Col.
Young replied to him on the 23d,
and the effort of Col. Young so com
pletely demolished Col. Fuller that
he goes now to Egypt, in Chatham
county, on Monday, the 3d day of
August, to try, if possible, to re
trieve his lost reputation as a speak
er. Col. Ike will be on hand ready
to drub the gentleman again. Look
out, Col. Fuller ; you thought you
had a " soft thing " replying to Col.
Ike. but CaDt. Davis could have
31. mtOWX, Manager.
?- THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1874.
HTAT 12 TICK 1ST.
Ft.r Superintendent of Public Instruction:
! THOMAS R. PURNELL,
1 OK FORSYTHE.
told vou better if he would. Col.
prosecuted and Dlaced in orison J Young is making more reputation.
Not only is the money of the people in this campaign than any man on
collected for tho purpose of defray- either side, because he appeals to
imrtho expenses of the Statoand reason and not to prejudice, and his
CONG Ki:SS ION A 1a TICK ET.
For Congress ith IHstrict :
James h. headen,
! OF CHATHAM.
For Solicitor -f-fh District:
'.)( II X C L. II AR1US,
; .OP WAKE.
I.liH 1 1SLATIVK TICICICT.
i For .Senate 18th District:
JAMKS H. HARRIS.
For House of Representatives :
THOMAS M. ARGO,
f STEWART ELLISON",
JAMES II. JONES.
county withheld bv,tho Sheriff of
the county, but aflr confessing the
crime ho again cail upon an out
raged people to ro-elocthini, with
out having mado good a single cent
of his heavy defalcation. Mr.
Wynne has been the main instru
ment in bringing to light this great
outrage on tho people of all classes.
The people of Wake county will yet
see the day when they will pour
out their gratitude to this honest
old veteran for his strict devotion
to their rights and his manly pro
test against ono of the most gigan
tic swindles ever perpetrated upon
Go and hear tho old man tell of
the wrongs inflicted upon the poor
white and colored children of the
county, and if you can then cast
your votes for the authors of them,
you must indeed bo blind to the
good of your country.
appeals aro forcible and eloquent.
All roiiorts from the Fifth Dis
trict confirm us In tho opinion that
Col. Henderson will triumph over
the 44 shooting Brigadier.' The
malicious attempts to break him
down by contemptiblo attacks on
his personal character have had the
effect to create for our candidate a
warmth of feeling among tho masses
of the people never beforo exhib
ited for any candidate in that sec
tion. The earnest manner of the
man and his devotion to the inter
ests of the people will have a pow
erful effect. Ho has Scales on the
hack. Henderson pours it into him.
Tho Brigadier gets mad, but still he
has to stand it. He would no doubt
give a great deal to hear no more of
courts martial, deserter shooting,
Headen Campaign Clnb.
In response to the call for a meet
ing on Friday evening, 24th inst.,
to effect the organization of a Head
en Campaign Club, a large number
of Republicans assembled in the
tico that was done me, and aware
of the fact that the minds of many
good men were prejudiced against
You are pleased to say. Judge.
that you are credibly informed that
Coiirt-hnncn at the time snecified. I have declared, that I advised Mr,
Mr. J. D. Uzzell was appointed Samuel Phillips to join the Repub-
Chairman and II. M. Miller and W.
It. Harris were chosen to act as Sec
retaries. Mr. Uzzell, on taking tho chair,
made a few remarks explanatory of
the object of the meeting, and ex
horted all Republicans to increased
zeal and activity from now on to the
Those wishing to unite with the
Club then came forward and had
their names recorded on the roll of
On motion, three Executive Com
mittees (one from each ward) were
lican party, and that I have express
ed a regret that I did not do so at
the same time.
In all this there is not one word
of truth I You are at liberty to have
every word which I have ever ut
tered, and every line which I have
ever written, published to tho
world ; and I then challenge you to
produce a particle of proof to sus
tain your informant.
I have no wish to conceal one
word which I have over said on that
FOR XLIVth CONGRESSi
latCLIXTOX L.. CODR, of Pasquo
3dJOHN A. HITMAN, of Warren.
3d TVEILL. McKAY, of Harnett.
4th JAMES II. HEADEN, of Chat
nam. SlhWILLIAITX F. HENDERSON, of
7th-COLVAIBlJS E. COOK, of
RALEIGH RETAIL. PRICES.
CORRECTED BT WAYNE ALLOOTT, FAM
ILY GROCER, FAYETTE VI LLK 8T.
We are prepared to print Congress-
Innal . .Tnri hmaI ' "Leffislnri vp nnrl mnn.
subject, and therefore give it to you ty tickets, at the following prices :
here, and you are at liberty to make
appointed to conduct the canvass of jast what use of it you please,
the city. The following named gen- In a conversation which I had
tlemen constitute the several com- with Mr. Henry N. Brown, of this
mittees : Eastern Ward Messrs. place, and which is the only one I
Miller, Martin, Roan, Curtis, Hun- ever had with him on such a sub-
ter. Middle Ward Messrs. Farris. ject, ana was at a time wnen J. en-
Rrief hut stirrinsr speeches were I cated the bitterness of feeling which
mado by Messrs. Gorman, Caswell, prevailed in the country that I had
Te. Jas. H. Harris and Willie D. I loner thought our Southern section
Congressional and Judicial Tickets
Single thousand, $1.00 ; ten thou
sand, or more, of ono sort, 50 cents
Legislative Tickets Same prices as
County Tickets Single thousand,
vvngnr, uoyie. wruuueu uu purpusw m uumg $2.00 : over one. and less than three
Messrs. Keith, aidate ror any position whatever, J. thousand ' 41.50 ter thousand : over
Sam'l O'Neil. I stated to him that I crreatly depre-1
I xx. V v miuuoauui w.m.wr x-rsx. buvrvau.-..
KOItKKT W. WYNNE.
For licrfister of Dcetts :
WILLIAM W. WHITE.
For Treasurer :
WILLIAM M. BROWN.
For Surveyor :
P. II. ADAMS.
Is it Ended ? L
The declaration mado by Judge
Merrimon in tho Senate of tho
United States, that the mission of
the Republican party had ended,
has been caught up by some of the
Democratic press of tho country
and an erroneous idea sought to be
favorably impressed upon the peo
ple of tho nation. That the Re
publican party has not finished tho
work for which it was inaugurated
It must not be understood that The Era
endorses the sentiments of its correspond
ents in every instance. Its columns are
open to the friends of the party, and their
communications will be given to the public
as containing the views aud sentiments of
Democratic Civil Rights.
To the Editor of the Bra :
Pursuant to public notice, there
was a uemocranc iiudoud ana
" Fish Fry," at Blount's Creek, on
Saturday last, slightly dashed with
the ardent. Ihe occasion was to
have been a grand one, but the
thing got spiled, owing to the pres
ence of a lank-jawed Yankee, who
like pasttimes in which I was the ally of the notorious Gra-
he was wont to indulge in by-gone ham, of the "gray horse notoriety,"
try ten years ago. Vacant lots
and ghostly chimneys tell the sad
story to-day. As a specimen of or
atory and pungency, let us quote
was prejudiced oy tne indulgence
of such a temper; as I doubted
not that many rigorous measures
had been forced upon us, and others
would be in consequence of it: I
mentioned that this matter had
once been alluded to in a conversa
tion between Mr.Phillips and myself
and we had both agreed in thinking
jgSy Cash must accompany orders.
Parties ordering are requested to
write names of candidates plainly.
A new registration is not required
for the August election, but every
man who has changed his residence
since last election, that is, if he has
removed from one township to an
other, or from one ward to another.
COUJfTRY PRO DUCK.
BUTTER, Best countrj-.
BACON N. C. Sides.
FLOUR-N. C. Family,
FODDEB Per 100 W.t
HAY Per 100 lbs.,
a mra ti.ii , . . . . 1
UAia rsuuru rt IU mg.
" Seed v bushel,
BACON Rib Bulk Bide,
cured II a in s,
COFFEE Old gov'ment.
Rio Pr me.
FISH Mackerel. No. 8.
" N. C. Her nKs,cut
" itoo "
Corn Shad, i bbl
MOLASSES Cuba, new
SUGAR Stand'd A V bbl
" Extra C,
(4 10 (XI
(a 12 on
( u im
( M (Ml
it wrong in principle and injurious if the city contains three thousand
: u a. xu i - t f I i t a ta m. i i
Our advices from Beaufort are of
the most cheering character. Mr.
Cobb will hold his own, with the
chances in favor of an increase of
his maiority two years aero. Of his
"Feller-Citizens: What do
you think this great radical party
has done ; they have nominated in
the place of my friend Itispess, a
men tea on the
,iht . hv nigger that stands
w . ' , . " " r " , " , Kicords for stealing a goose ;
our menus in ueauioru uur meuu i j j reckon."
CaDt. Corson is the Republican I This lank-iawed Yank, a rank
nominee for Sheriff, and will be
elected. Tho Democrats will gain
in its effects upon the country. Mr.
Brown said, 44 you ought to have
gone with him." No, I replied;
for there is this difference between
us ; he was opposed to the war and
had no agency in bringing it on ;
while I had favored it, and had
fought in it from first to last ; and
when it resulted disastrously
to us I had formed a resolution to
which I had always adhered and
from which I was resolved never
to depart and that was never to
desert those with whom I then act
edthat it should never be said
that I embarked in it with others,
and then shirked its consequences
and that such must be my course
whether I approved of what was
done or not.
This was what I said to him then,
and what I say to you now ; and if
there be guilt in that, then am 1
guilty. But in this connection,
Judge, I cannot but think it strange
that you. who are aspiring to the
office of judge, and should, there-
inhabitants, or more, must register
anew or he cannot vote. Unless
your name is on the books of the
township or ward in which you re
side on the day of election you can
not vote, see about your regis
For Omnty Oomtnissioners :
MONKS ;. TODD,
CLINTON W. WILLIAMS,
NO KF LK KT J EFFRE YS,
THOMAS C. SMITH,
IIKNRY A. SMITH.
radical, actually mounted the stump I fore, be presumed to understand,
at a Democratic meeting and upset I ancl be nrenared to expound correct-
is apparent to every man who will l,vvu . " ,WUUY glpnhcation of his Democratic willing to condemn me thus pub-
To Poll Holders Important.
There having been some question
raised as to the meaning of the elec
tion laws, relating to the boxes ne
cessary to be used in county elec
tions and judicial elections, the
undersigned j having been many
times applied to for an opinion,
construe the same as follows :
1. In county elections, but one
box should be used for county of
ficers, including Clerk of the Supe-
2. In judicial elections, but ono
box should be used for Judge and
Solicitor, in those districts where
both such officers are voted for ; and
but one box, of course, where only
Solicitors are voted for.
Freedman's Savings and
Depositors of this Branch of tho
Freedman's Savings and Trust JCom
pany, aro respoctfully requested to bring
or send their Pass Books to this oilioo
at the earliest practicable momont, tlmt
they may be verified aud properly bal
anced. By order of Commissioners.
O. W. BRODII),
Raleigh, July 22, 1874. Cashier.
, Clerk and Collkctou's Okfick,
i July Gth, 1S74.
'VT O T I C K.
Acting under an ordinance passed by
the Board of Commissioners, Junoliii,
j.of-x, x uuiduv iiubtjjr ait jfuou.- ihi
failed to list their taxablos to conin tor
ward and list tho same within the next
ten days, under penalty of the law.
-j Jf'llAJN U1S M. iSltKELb,
47 4t. Clerk and Collector.
I Clerk and Collector's Offick,
j Raleigh, July 17, 1874.
3. 5ut one ballot should be put I VT otice to tax payeus i
in ofioh hnv- I JLl will be
iClection: Thurday, Aucuftt Cltli.
XQ.In ortlcr to tccurc tlie Urn, It !
ucrcfcftary that tho price
Wrrlptiou khn.!! nccompanr all
tjcrv for the (ipcr. Our terms aro
take a fair and candid view of tho
situation of affairs in the Southern
States. ' It is true that by the action
of our party four millions of human
beings, heretofore held as chattels,
have been elevated to the position
of American citizens; that the
Union of our Fathers has been
these accessions to their ranks will
add nothing: beyond tho insignifi
TO T1IK lOLLS!
j As this is the hut issue of our
Weekly which will reach many of i
Our subscrilKTs before tho day of
election, wo make our last appeal
to Republican", once more unto
tho breach, dear friends !"
Tho JJra in making fight on coun
ty matters, has battled for the right.
If confessed bribe-oflerers and squan
derers of money paid by the peo
ple of Wake for tho schooling of the
joor children of the county, are to
o continued in power, the days of
the Republican party are number-
WM. R. COX,
Ch'n Dem.-Con. Ex. Com.
THOS. B. KEOGH,
Ch'n Rep. Ex. Com.
Mass Meetings op the Re
publican Party. The Republi
cans of the First Congressional Dis
trict are invited to be nrftsent in
HIta vnnrsplf. T nnnnnf. lonlr nnnn a I
Convention, caused by the attempt hard by where they gormandised, countrv wrecked, its Horv cone. Linnfinn Yur
OllOb.1 , , , I r,f QhfrWV rrnvnnf TVfV TToTTia I A SCCOnd CUXSS then Waded in. but I i to nnnln ,1;,t,M1 onr Klron in I J t V." n
m piacea upon a prouuer oasis ootn ai - ll!" A - did notiret asmuch of civil rights as JC XHin V IVl "" "fZr " vl
homo and abroad than ever before, spring, a geuueiuau now on ui f. . Th t . . , r. f, " "t" 'V"?- viu, en.j. uuott, oi. .
and that the country is now enjoy- ticket headed with the name of T. th b t q little on the bones chTas so long reigned "ovTr the fSToZtl St VSSS:
ingastateof peace and prosperity f femilKeu u L U . 01 . i?XVr "PS d-nd still be willing to cher- T. M. Argo, Hon. J. W. Holdeh
Still a Democrat.
On the memorable fifteenth of
May, during tho row in the County
friends. Well, alter Uobb wasiiinivand sfivorfilv. unon evidence.
stunk out by Graham's brother in I whinh vmi admit, to ho nothing hut
arms, who loyes this land, as wid- j hearsay.
ows and orphans and naked chim- Yon nnxfc ask mo to sav when T
jita wm aiwai, wio uciiui "fr" became so mild ana moderate in
of demolishing the ;lish Fry" principle and temper. In reply, I
commenced. A select few from the I ha w tr coTr inrf tho iH pvnp.
city had a table to themselves, two rionpo nf th inst fow wars f TTn-
oi wiiom wn u. mvei pecK. oi ooues
A second class then
did not get asmuch of civil rights as
the first. Then a third crowd took
be in my oflico daily for tho
next thirty days botween tho hours of
9 a.m. and 1 p. m., and 3 aud ( in.,
for the collection of tho taxes of tho City
of Raleigh for the year 1874. Taxo
must be paid within this tiino or thoy
will be collected according to law.
I FRANCIS M. SORRELL,
52 12t Colioctor.
never heretofore experienced in its
history; yet tho mission of the Re
publican party is far from being at
an end. Thero is much to do. If wo
would continue to realize for our
selves and our posterity the real
blessings of truo liberty; if we
would seo continued commercial
prosperity, universal education,
protection to all our people regard
less of caste, color or pecuniary con
dition, then we must vote to con
tinue tho Republican party in the
ascendency. The principles of the
Democratic party aro in direct op-
9 A m A t A.m
position to tno spirit or tne age.
They are so connected with the old
institution of slavery and its at-
F. Leo remaked to a citizen of his
township somewhat thusly: "I
don't like tho way they are doing, I
don't ; I am just as good a Demo
crat as I ever was, I am." Yet
this man is on the Court-house
ticket and is now one of Capt. Lee's
to pick, for the two first had more
rights than they. Then came the
fourth crowd, and after a survey of
the festive board, one was heard in
rather a low tone to say, " is this
what they call equality and civil
rights?" " aint we as good as them
town fellows ?" Well, I reckon we
better get equality and civil rights
for ourselves and then we can at
tend to the nigger. That Yank wTas
We warn tho people against cir- j the only rad that had special atten-
ish in my bosom the same fell de
mon of discord ! and as some proof
of my sincerity in this particular, I
trust you will consider the temper
in which I have replied to your
letter. I am very respectfully,
Your obedient serv't,
tho county ticket having on it the
name of Robert W. Wynne.
' Up guards, and at 'cm I"
ed. Then go to the polls and vote tendant barbarous codes, that they
have become nauseous and obnox
ious to tho people of the enlightened
period in which we live. When
the fruits of Republicanism have
becomo permanently realized in alZ
these Southern States as immutable
and the principles of civilization in
their broadest sense become a part
who theretofore has been sheriff of of our fundamental law, then, and
Fuch county and hath failed to settle not until then, will the great Ro
iwith and fully pay up to every of- I publican party of this nation non.
culars, rumors, &c, to tho effect that
Tim Lee has either settled his taxes
or made any effort to do so. No
action looking to a settlement has
been or will be, made. Tho people
may rely upon it that the amount
thus far squandered by Leo is a
dead loss. Let us take care that he
has no chance to further injure the
honest people of tho county.
tion at that Democratic
Washington, N. C.
Card from M. G. Todd, Esq.
To the Editor of the Era :
I hear it rumored that Sheriff Lee
said at Anex that helerave me ten
A dangerous counterfeit having
appeared upon the hve dollar notes
of the Traders' National Bank of
Chicago, the Treasury Department
offers ono-half percent premium for
the return of the genuine five dol
lar notes of that bank to tho De
partment for destruction. The
notes should bo stripped separately.
and may be included in packages of
ixaiionai uanK notes returned to
the Treasurer for redemption, and
and other prominent Republicans.
Mr. Cobb will be present at as many
of these appointments as possible :
Coleraine, Bertie Co., Thursday,
30th July, 2 P. M.
Windsor, Bertie Co., Saturday,
aist July, vz m.
Scuppernong, Washington Co.,
Monday, 3d August, 3 P. M.
1VEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
that Tim Lee pledged himself be
foro tho convention that nomi
nated him, that if ho did not settle
1 i .l a il. ' -l rfxtM.
dollars, in 1872 to go for him. Now. EKE S speakers.
& ii a . ; m i ii t r w 11111 . m www i'.i ti ir i .
Col. I. J. Young will address the
citizens of Chatham County on the
)olitical issues of the canvass as fol
ows: Merry Oaks, Friday, July 31st.
Pittsboro, Saturday, August 1st.
Egypt, Monday, 3d.
All are invited to hear him. Time
will be divided with Democratic
NOTICE. This is to givo notico that
I will sell for cash to the iihot
bidder at tho Court llouso door on tho
29th of July, at 12 o'clock, m., A. 1.
1874, in the city of Raleigh, Wako
county, N. C, all the rovorsionary in
terest of Isham Young, a Bankrupt, in
5 small lots in tho town of Uolovillp,
MAM.4.A2jMM. 1 i. t 1 i .i
wuuuuiug hlhiui it acres eucn. v i.ho
180 acres of land situatod in Littlo Hi t r
Township, adjoining tho lands of Wes
ley Hartstield, J. A. Young and others.
Also a life estate in 90 acres of land ad
joining tho lands of Pocto.ria A. Mitch
oil, Dr. Flemming and others. Also l."
acres of land adjoining tho lands of
John Pearco and others. All of nail
lands aro situated in Wako country,
N. C. I will also sell at tho samo tiino
a lot of notes and open accounts, as the
property of said bankrupt. This July fi,
1874. ; J. K. O'NEILL,
4 w3w I Assignoo.
f $ ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
v "No person shall bo eligible to
tho oinco of sheritr in any county
which wTere by law
iicer the taxes
luo by him.
;liittle's licvUal, Chap. 100, Sec. 3.
Sheriff Lee's newspaper says that
?the eligibility article of the Consti
tution sets this law aside. TheSher-
cede that its great worc is ended.
" Principles, not Moii
Wo heard one of the speakers on
up in full with tho
State before tho loth
would not consider himself a candi
date. The convention nominated
him on that condition. Ho failed to
settle. He is therefore not a candi
date of any party or portion of a
party, and Is entitled to no consid
eration at the hands of the voters
of his nomination and election:
then why should ho attempt to
bribe me? Sheriff Lee. at least a
month or more after the camDamn
of 1872, met me in the Court-house
dollar notes of this bank should
hereafter be refused, and notes of
that denomination thus driven out
of circulation. No more of these
notes will be issued hereafter by the
Comptroller of the Currency to that
oauK. The attention of bank ofn-
County and I and handed me ten dollars, statins
i a i j mm . - . - i if2i.iiiv. i 1 1 i-i Jii.iii i if in in iKiriir rim.
of July, he was money raaqe up forthe rzryfl 9flr- G XZnZZL
CUIUpUIgU, HUU matX mignt aS WO!! e:fxrrtf rmniUmtMMl-Unaa r,
have it as anybody else." At the
same time, he gave me money to
carry to others, which I did, he re
marking at the time that this too
had been raised for campaign pur
poses. 11 ne gave it as a bribe. I
sity of promptly retiring these notes,
which will entirely prevent the cir
culation of the counterfeit.
Itocky Mount Mail says: It will
be remembered that, in nnr loot
uia not Know it ana aid not accept j week's issue appeared the testimony
it as such. If he gave it as a bribe, in the case of State vs. Chas. Bloom-
as he said he did. he ousht to I or. charged with burning tho Prim.
Wako County Canvass.
Tho candidates of
will address the people at
lowing times and places, to-wit :
Marks Creek Thursday, July
30th, Hood's Store.
St. Matthews Friday, July 31st,
at Powell's Store.
St. Marys Saturday, August
1st, at Andrews Store.
Swift Creek Monday, August
3d, at Franklin's.
Raleigh Tuesday, August 4th,
NOTICE IS IIEREUY (1IV 12 ,
that a petition has boon lilod in tlio
District Court of tho United Statos !r
the Eastern District of North Carolina
by Isham Young, of Wako county,
In said District, duly declared a Jlank
rupt under the act of Congress of March
2d, 1867, for a discharge and certificate
thereof from all his debts and other
claims provablo under said act, and that
tho 29th day of July, 1874, at 10 o'clock,
a. M., at the office of A. W. ShalW,
both parties Agister m bankruptcy, iniCalolgh J.
ft- fi i vv., lii assiguuu iur mu wearing oi uio
Lilt; Wl- I e.mn n 1 nrl.n.A nil n.l:-..
who have proved their debts,, and other
persons in interest, may attend and
show cause, if any they have, why tho
Erayer of the said petitioner should not
e granted. And that tho second and
third meetings will be hold at tho samo
time and place, i -New-Berne,
N. C, Julv 1, 1874.
GEO. E. TIN'KElt, Clork.
W. II. Pace, Attorney.
Saturday night make use of tho Keep it before the people,
sin uj i or. cnarp-ea wiin Durninctrift Hnm. I t tt tt i t
be indicted for giving it. and then itive RSntist Chnroh ftYiMi
' i r , -w v mv iitiiuiu ii ir iinfrruuu iiri i i aiifivnaa
please the Falls of Tar River. On Fri- nifl ni i
for neriurv. The nfionlfi will
read tho Sheriff's oath of office.
fiff is eligible, regardless of his short-1 above excellent sentiment Among Jhat ever vote to retain Tim Lee word to the wise is sufficient."
the "nrinrinlpaJ'nf ihnnnhitv,n I in oince is a vote to sanction tho
party is popular education. Here is most stupendous frauds ; a vote to
what nn mljit form sflva. encourage misappropriation of tho
r.. 7 t r.. rri. i iu i A. 0 I nnrllr furwl'j vnto tr tnli thn rvl.
oniy py a law-ama- the poor children of the state, so shame- ucational interest of the State, and
comings, according to that paper.
jefore toe PEon,
of Sheriff is ono that
If the Sheriff gave a bribe and I
took one, then tho people ought to
vote against us both. If some of
the candidates ; have been bribed,
and some have given bribes, and
day last, upon an affidavit made bv
G. L. Bloomer, a warrant was is
sued by Justice Fountain for the
arrest of David Wells, (colored)
charged with tho same offence. At
3 o'clock a preliminary trial was
gone into and tho defendant bound
Leo Says that If I nuly neglected in tho past, is a dutv
-Ittempt to override j fnc?0
nifylng, when this general assembly, controlled by a
general Assembly iadm,"orit,y'l,tnd " which
C , . we navo failed, but we shall never cease
pht. our efforts to obtain the same at the
' hands of the government of North
t Carolina, and wo confidently rely upon
CUlaP JiOtiCO ! uie poppio io sustain us.
o. uai in a ireo ana re d rosea ta-
a vote to seriously injuro the char- let tho people of both parties meet
some have stolen all the money, do in a bond of $250 for his appearance
acter of the Republican party as an
organization of honest and law-
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
that Tim Leo acknowledges he has
used the peopled money without
the least shadow of right to do so.
ne says m sunstanco that ho is a
defaulter but at the samo time wants
(2. chapter 132. laws Of I tivo government, wo recognize the Dar
it is provided that " when nW" obiigatlan to provide efficiently
I a voter is challenged at the polls, I and we favor such legislation as will ac-
H nrvn ftnmanrl rt ann ntllvnn f Ka I COnmlLsll that Oml ' til at WA rrarvw! fuller
. Rto If ihrr r i. recommend and ask of the naUonal gov- the people to trust him again with
; -- v. era men i, sucu aiu, oy uio provision of
8pectors Of tho election to require I public fund, or the donation of public
, said voter, beforo being allowed to P2!52TS.?f J?8"
i vote, to prove by tho oath of some I cure to tho masses of the people of all
, nlhprnprsnn A-nmrn tnihooA inrlm I classes tlio bcuefiU of a liberal educa-
, - " w . J v.t3v, I fnrr
and nominate a new ticket. But if
I would take a bribe why did I not
take one a few months ago, when I
was asked by tho Sheriff "if two
hundred dollars would silence me?"
and when he, upon my becoming a
member of the Board, offered me a
bribe to work in his interest when
he needed a friend ?
M. O. TODD.
at the next term of Nash Superior
tjourc. uossey uattle, .Esq., ap
peared for the prosecution. The
defendant had no counsel.
the people on the political issues of
the day, on the days and at the
places mentioned below. All are
invited to hear him.
Johnson's Store, Chatham, July 30
Pace's Mill, " August 1
Ed wards' Store, " "3
Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham, " 4
Harper', X Roads, " " 5
Time will be divided with Capt.
Joseph J. Davis, the Conservative
candidate for Congress,at the above
We want 41 men" who will see to
IVEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
that the poor whito and colored
children of Wake county are being
denied the right of education, be-
IIillsboro, July 22, 1874.
Hon. John Kerr
Polkton Ansonian says : One of I Notice. The candidates for the
our neighbors, Mr. Stephen Bovet. Legislature and other county offi-
iiaa a uock oi sneep to Which he 9 lur "itjcuuuiy ui rrariKiin, win
pays a great deal of attention. They address the people on the various
were prompt and regular in coming issues of the day at the following
up, but thoy failed about three times and places, to-wit :
wecKs ago. After they had been Cedar Rock Township Town
missing about 15 days, he accident- ship House, Thursday, July 30. ,
ally discovered them in an unoccu
pied house on the plantation, where
he is satisfied thev had been
the fact of his residence for thirty
ciaj s provious thereto in tho county u this principle araount to canso Tim has squandered and forced to acknowledge myself under whoIe flock greatly emaciated.
... ..v, i-.vvc iV , snmpfh n- Th mmibn-ohuf i k U3i ior fliaown Denent ine monev omiinmona 10 you ior its nuniica
ww. a saw iwtiviUViVlllUl LllfJ I I A A
Dear Sir: I havo just read vour during that time. He thinks they
letter addressed to the Editor of the f ntered the house, and in their rest
Hillsboro IZemrrTjv- and thntK-h lessness, by some means closed the
many of its statements are unfound- dor and thus were self-imprison
ed and its temrjer malevolent-1 am Several were dead, and the
Cypress Creek Townshin-
ford's, Friday, July 31.
Louisburg August 1.
In order that you may bo allowed
to vote, go to tho polls in company
with your neighbor or some other
handkerchief!" the school money,
the school money !
collected for the purpose.
In the first place, sir,
The family of Lewis Shutt, in
Hon. C. L. Cobb. Republican
candidate for Congress, will speak
to the people of the First District
as follows :
Mr. Dunn denies the report,
that should ho succeed in obtain
ing tho office of Sheriff, no negro
would ever enter his room in tho
Court House. We make this state
ment in justice to that gentleman.
There is only one way in which
Lee can hope to settle the taxes now
due. It is to get possession of tho
tax list for tho present year,colIect
the money and pay as much as he
can on old score. So far, so good:
X" OrSVtn COUnt V. Jim nnnqirlnrahlv I 'rhnrslaw Tnlxr .01 at1)AMAi. " I
m m ...... . every nno or your communciation. exercised at mvsterinna nmus hnnt I wintnn TTorffrtrri t-.J IF1" "
up seiuemeni win no , nn,,Bni0 ' i . ' ;. ."--",rw,x iiujr, iy, a. u.,
M VVWVAVtaiJUVAXJ UU VUU1 IUUL til I Lllt.ll I1I1U7IM ill I HT I1MTIT I M U mrU I I II I TT -C I O r I mF rSm I 1 a t
...v. ..mu-uuucu wimug ucican nuiuius uui a ieei- uinira never occur aurinjy t.h rtav. I iatisviiip riafaa ..nf,, Cn,,.. I ftttta e-
. - . I i m- ' a. m I i . .. o 1 1 I " vuun L y . uoiui- I '
people OI WaKe A uisauuumiuieni, growing OUC ana never wnen there isalifht hum- duv. Annit 1 a lO lV m Carolina
r I nf onnk . I .1 1 I ! XL.1 . . . I .VM.m v VI 1A,B, J-U. I
sauandered with !m- " wuv:uuu, wum nave iug in menouse : Dut become verv JSdenton. Chnwan mnntv Afnn. croaiiors.
I Hintotorl Ort -mrnVln T. ! I A 1 . a I a ' . " v" J 1 I
for the people.
money of tho
should not bo
punity. The people have a right
to demand a settlement at once.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That
on the 9th day of June, A. D.
1874, a warrant in Bankruptcy was is
sued out of the District Court of the
United States for tho Eastern District
of North Carolina, against tboestaUM't
Ilarvil Harris,! of Henderson, in tho
county of Granville, and State of North
Carolina, wbo haa been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own Petition:
That the , payment of any dobt,
and the delivery of any property bo
longing to such bankrupt, to bini or
for his use. and the transfer of any
property, by him, are forbidden by
law; That a meeting of the creditor
of said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose ono or mere assignees ot
his estate, will bo held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at Raleigh,
N. C, beforo A.' W. Shaffor, Itogister,
on the 29th day of June, A. I.
1874, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
JOSHUA B. HILL,
Deputy Marshal as Messengor.
Chas. M. Cooke, Attorney. 51 w3w
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That a
general meetine: of tho creditors of
Thomas P. Devereux,will beheld at tho
Register's office in Raleigh, N. C, be
fore A, W. Shaffer, Esq., Register, on
the 2d day of July, 1874, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for the purposes named in tho
27th and 28th sections of tho Bankrupt
Act of March 2. 1867.
W. J. HAWKINS,
Raleigh, N. ci, June 22, 1874. 2t
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That I
have been appointed Assignee of
the estate and effects of , Harvil Har-
Henderson, Granvillo coun-
wno was adjudged a bankrupt
District Court of the United
the Eastern District of North
unon the petition of oneuof hw
flinfnwl ' I 1 . a ' . I . 1 -
viita u rcuAaeaa an euusion as uisuncsanairequentas soon asdark- dav. Ausrust 3. at 11 oVlookr. a.
yours. I ness envelopes the scene. Lararenum- Hertfnrrl. Pamniman. mimtv
In thesecondplare, you furnish bers of the neighbors visit the house Tuesday, August 4, at 11 o'clock hrrr
le the opportunity to aUude to, and many of them are considerably a. m. f rtT
G. ROSENTHAL. Assignoo.
Raleigh, July 23, 1874. a3 21
mi rw v n 11 rnu 1 . ,1 a. a . . - . f mf
civuvi xiiu vauj" 1 uuu vaji a iti uii ii in i o i i iiTTi an ro Minn 1 1 0-t nr. T noan o rrn vnti r v-i 1 iii r .t ; .: t- t 1 m-w
bnt how about thnnt vttlpmpnt? n u r , . " ; YZY' atttt vTt i licul ujuuhuh- xwiviuere, 1'erquimans county, At tbe' insane Asylum, two cook
out now aDout tno next settlement Y paign" will bo found appointment jegard to myself, which I would tations. Some declaro that they Wednesdav! August 5. at 10 o'clock male and female, unincumbered ; a!
caT Election, Thursday, Aug. 6,
If the defalcation is now $CG,000, of distinguished Republicans for the n.ot notice 30 lnS as their circula- have seen a shadowy and ghost-
... 1 av til II I mm, a . . I , I TIAn TfO CJ Ann n At 4 I 1 1 1-v A. aX3 11 . AW m .
tw vuuuucu Lvi H.IIUI1 virifiiiw i iikh iiiriii iiirrintr nnnnr in rno hAnciA
what will it bo in 187C?
biop it in First District. Let our friends turn
out in force and listen to thom.
correspondents and mercenaries of If the spirit is questioned it answprs
me jrnwj, inuugu ieeiin.tnoinjU3- oy raps.
Elizabeth Cty, Pasquotank coun
ty, Wednesday, August o, at
o'clock, p. m.
Asylum, two cook4,
lincumborod : aw
a good wasner ana lroner. unineuui-
bered, and a good female sorvant for
general house work.
Apply to Mrs. 13. Y. HUOaiNS,
20 3U gtowardJ