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. XIlI.-No. 112
CONC01HX N. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1896.
WHonB NO. 1,492
kkhistek of deeds.
Thankful for past favors, I hereby
noiir.ee nivself a candidate for
fhP (ll:ce of Register of Deeds for
r-ibarru-- roiinty, purject to the ac-
f ItJ' 1 VMJUUI alio iiuujiuauut;
Uf K. PATTERSON.
The Vote anl Sironerlli of Ench Pre
cinct lor the Cmlllutvs lor Varlons
ftiee ns Far aw Could be Obtained
jj.lV;n in t u solicited by many of
wV frit-i.ii?. I rureby announce my
. ''t t Midiilate for the office of
vHitv Ueinecrutic nominat
to the n
hrt-rv announce myself a can-
nr t lit- cince 01 oneriu or
connry, surjpct to the
o nominating convention.
THOMAS J. WHITE.
No. 12 township was out in full
force. In No. 1 ward the vote stood
Senate, Means lts Barringer 46;
House, Turner 15, Nesbit 46; Sher-
Never was Cabarrus Democrat
so stirred as it is during this cam-i iff White 36, Widenhouse 27, Morn
pa'igm jrison 18; Kegister cf Deeds, Patter-
There was a large attendance at j son 4G, Johnston 24, Fisher 11; coU
eyery precinct in the county and the ton weigher, Archibald 24, Graeber
unterrified will array themselves ini20 McNamara 17, Bamnurdt 11,
great shape against the political ! Sapp&nfield 3, Allen 4; Treasurer,
!V.U (.'OTTON WEIGHER.
I h-rr!; announce myself a can
dito fur the c llice of cotton weigher
for C'al'urrns county, subject to the
decision of the Democratic nomi
nate" coiivep t'on.
F. A. ARCHIBALD.
' :K(I?TER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the cilice cf Register of
Deed? for Cabarrus county, subject
to the Democratic nominating con
Xo. 11 townehip.
FOR COTTOX WEIGHER.
Haying been solicited by numer
ous voters of (Jabarrus county, I
hereby announce myself a candidate
for the otlice of cotton weigher, sub-j-ct
to the action of the county
Democratic nominating convention.
Xo. 'j Towns hi p..
FOP. COTTON WEIGHER.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for cotton weigher for Cabar
ru3 county, subject to the Demo
HARVEY A. GRAEBER.
KehriL: some degree ofencourage
tbyth'e genial attitude of my
w-men in the county, I most
respectfully ask your favorable con
er;it:' n as a candidate for cotton
e-er, subject to the action of tbe
-enifjcrauc county convention.
M '-i-KlAIl MCNAMARA.
A NICE LINE
5 I tnm
' 'f,rf- over
''-k'S Dlica STORE.
foes at the coming November elec
township no. 1.
Senate, Means 18, C D Barringer!
4, II T J Ludwig 16; House, M F
Nesbit 41; Sheriff, White 10, W i
denhouse 3, Morrison 26; Register
of Deeds, 0 F Smith 3, Patterson
26, Johnston 12; Treasurer, Swiuk
24, Bell 5, Lentz 7; Cotton weigher,
Archibald 38, Graber 1, Sappenfleld
4; burveyor, Long 41. Commis
TOWNSHIP NO. 2.
Senate Means 12 ; House, Nes
bit 12: Sheriff, White 5, Morrison
6 ; Register of Deeds, Patterson 8, !
Johnston 3. Treasurer, Bell 4,
Lentz 4, Swink 4. Cotton weigher,
Archibald 5, McNamara 1, Barn
hardt 5. Other endorsements could
not be obtained.
TOWNSHIP NO. 3.
Senate Means 14, Barringer 20.
House, Nesbit was nominated unan
imously. Sheriff, Widenhonee 16
White 17, Morrison 3. Register of
Deeds, Patterson 14, Johnston 18,
Fisher 2. Treasurer, Bell 32,
Lc?ntz 2. Cotton weighei, Archie
bald 14, McNamara 12, Graber 12,
Barnhardt 4. County commission,
ers, C O Gillon 34, J S Tamer 24,
P B Fetzer 34, W B Pressley 10.
At this convention a resolution was
adopted denouncing fusion with any
other political party on any condi
TOWNSHIP NO. 6.
Senate, Barringer 25. Means 8 :
House, Nesbit 17, G E Ritchie 16 ;
Sher,inV White 12, Widenhouse 12,
Morrison 9 ; Register of Deeds,
Patterson 24, Johnston 1, Smith 8,
Fisher 1; Treasurer, Cline 19,
L3ntz 2, Swink 10 ; Cotton weigher,
Archibald 16, McNamara 6, Barn
hardt 5, Graber 3, Sappenfleld 2;
Surveyor, Long 34 ; Coroner, J N
Brown 34; Commissioners, J W
Fil 34, J P Allison 25, D P Boger
3L Magistrates, G E Ritchie, J W
Fdgg&rt and W F Goodman were
recomniended. Constaole, C M
TOWNSHIP NO. 10.
W G Newell presided at the con-
vention, the nominations being as
Senate, Means 21, Barringer 18;
House, Nesbit unanimoue; Regis
ter of Deeds, Patterson 7, Smith 12,
Johnston 21; Treasurer, Bell 13
(unlucky number), Lentz 20; Sher
iff, Widenhouse 7, White 8, W G
Newell 30; Cotton weigher, Archi
bald 20, H C Cook 19, Barnhardt 4.
Graber 2. Coroner, Charles Sher
wood, unanimous. County Com
missioners, W A Bost, J S Harris
and W J Hill unanimous.
TOWNSHIP NO. 1L
Senate, Means 18. House, Nes
bit 9, Turner 21. Sheriff, White 23,
Widenhouse 11. Register of Deeds,
Patterson 4, Johnston 30. Treas.
urer, Swink 25, Cline 2, Bel! 1.
Cotton weigher, Archibald 29, Mc-
Namara 1, Barnhardt 5.
strutted for other candidates
White 21,j Widenhouse 15, Morrison
2 ; Register of Deeds, Patterson 16,
Lemz 37, Swink 26, Bell 8, Cline 1,
In Ward No. 2 there was no con
vention. A large ciowd of voters
assembled at Brown Bros, stable for
the purpose, but before the proper
time, which was S 30 o'clock, the
meeting did not wait on the chair
man to call the meeting, but rushed
up a new man and adjourned, leav
ing everything in a muddle and
uninstructed. According to the
plan of organization, the chairman
of the executive committee or a
member thereof shall call the meet
ing together and a ballot for each
candidate be taken. The law was
not carried out in any particular
and it is very likely that Ward 2
will be thrown out of the county
convention next Saturday.
Ibe vote cf Ward 3 was :
Senate, Means was nominated by
acclamation; House, Turner 6, Nes
bit 9; Sheriff, White 8, Widenhouse
5, Morrison 5; Register of Deeds,
Patterson 9, Johnston 5, Fisher 4;
Cotton weigher, Archibald 5, Mc-j
Namara 7, Sappenfleld 4, Grabsr 15
Treasurer, Swink 12, Lentz 3, Bell 1,
Cline 1. John A Cline was recom
mended for magistrate, and Jftlam
King, Shakespeare Harris and Liw
son Foil for county commissioners.
J Hutz Kczziah was unanimously
nominated for coroner.
Ward 4 -Senate, W G Means 19,
C D Barringer 10; House, M F
Nesbit 26, J S ,Turner 5 ; Sheriff,
Johnston 16, Fisher 1; Treasureii
C W Swink 21, Bell 8, Lenlz 5;
Cotton weigher, Archibald 10, Mc
Namara 3, Barnhardt 6, Graber 8,
Sappenfleld 1 ; Surveyor, J H Long
30. County commissioners, Elam
King 32, L J Foil 31, J S Harris 31.
Delegation was instructed to con
fer wiih the other delegates of No.
12 in the telection of magistrates.
The total for each candidate from
the townships heard from is m foln
lows, as above reported :
Senate Means 152, Barringer 75,
H ouse Nesbit 196, Turner 78,
Sheriff White 140, Widenhouse
96, Morrison 69.
Register of Deeds Smith 11,
Patterson 147, Johnston 109, Fisner
Treasurer Swink 122, Cline 23,
Bell'59, Lentz 60.
Cotton weigbtr Archibald 154,
McNamara 61, Barnhardt 94, Gra
ter 48, Allen 4, Sappenfleld 12.
Surveyor Long 71.
The Standard wiil endeavor to
furnish its readers with the other
township's votes in Mondays issue.
It ?lay Do km3Iuc!i lor Vou.
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