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The Work Article lUHpsed.
; It E 13 LHY APPROVES nUTLRS
XKV OIILEA.VS OUDEU.
Wc have exposed Judge Merrimon's
prosecution of the women of Yancey,
for no crime, save an attempt to pre
vent starvation. Mr. Greeley is Mer
riinoii's chief and the leader of the Ku
KIux. He also made wiir upon! the
women of New Orleans during the re
U'llion. Gen. Butler is detested by
Southern chivalry, and we presume
any man who approved what Is known
as Butler's New Orleans order, will bo
denounced as a worse man than Butler.
The following is taken from (the
proceedings of the Bolter's Convention
recently held in Baltimore, as reported
by The American, Jqly 9th, of that
city:- - ' I
"COIvOXEt. BLANTOX DUCAX OP KKSTUCKY.
ON ORKELEY. j
(Lionel Duncan moved that a committee
of ten be appointed by the Chair to arrange
the preliminaries for a session of the Con
vention thia Biorniog. lie said they i did
not propose to take action until theTwork of
tho National Democratic Convention is
done. lie held in his hand an extract from
The Tribune, Air. Greeley's paper, which he
would read to the meeting, and which was
as follows : , I
The New York Tribune of June, 25,1802,
contained the following comments on vrihat
is known" as ''Butler's woman order,'
issued la New Orleans on the 16th of Hay
precedlnir. Ird Palmers ton, Prime Min
ister of II n gland, had in Parliament I de
nounced the order as a disgrace to humanity
and civilization, and tho European papers
generally classed Butler with " the Austrian
JJuteher, llaynau, but Horace Greeley, in
a leading article in The Tribune, said;!
" No fair man who knows how universal,
jHirsistcnt and outrageous have been "the
studied insults olTered to our Union soldiers
by the hooped secessionists will pronounce
th:it oruer one wnit too severe.
McrrimonV llmiso on lltllsboro
Street. . J -
The Neics of this city jsays that tho
deed to the house and lot now owned
by Judge Merrimon, was made in 1867,"
before Swepson commenced His swin
dling operations. But Tlte News was
careful not to contradict our charge that
Swepson gave the house and lot to
Judge Merrlmon. The deed was made
in 18G7, and Swepson's money paid for
the property. Judge Merrimonj did not
pay a cent for Ihe house and lot. The
News did not deny thlscharge.f It can
not be denied, if the truth is told.
What do honest people think of the
Democratic candidate for Governor, re
ceiving valuable presents from the arch
swindler of this State? Will they vote
for a man of this character?. General
Grant is condemned by Democrats for"
receiving presents from such men as A.
T. Stewart,' of New York ; why is it
that Judge Merrimon is applauded for
receiving presents from the Prince of
swindlers ? : The answer is, that the
Democratic party endorses Swepson and
his robberies by endorsing Merrimon.
The people are disgusted with; swind
lers, and they want nothing to do with
' rthcotrsr byliigr letter.
: Abheboro, Sept 2c; 18G3
is rebellious. -In . Indiana, JThe Terra
Haute 'Journal and Seymour Gazette re-1
. si --. . - .
Mv Deaiv Wifj: I am condemned Jf3 r uprVu "?ra7ma
to beishot. I will bo buried here - I 5d ;rs, V.A P!"" pay,sP
wantiyou to take .me home and bury IHfS1?" T111 'rT VIey ",000 in
A Mum W W -v A m. V. m-r-m4K m. 1 am. i . .
j t is ah! awful thing td think of." If you iM1"1 1x5 "Ti inese 4MJ,? that
can. I want you to Keep my little chil- "1C "auw'w( vr.1 v r e r
rirAn wthpr? iron thorn wit.h vmi if covering irom me oiow 01 Horace
irti virr I In I Wtfa I u-nnt xrii tn ha n I VJ1WICV o hujuiuuhvu mow iuv
Christian mother and teach mv chil-1 dunned but did not kill it, - as Colonel j may continue to sell in unbroken pack-
Religions 1"? -a v J-L'uucau 1 woiuu ijr. .jjciury .uuuuier i uges, iu
selling it to consumers, . unless .be pays
the retail leaf tobacco , dealer's tax of
$500 i : But . he-, may selH tobacco the
product of Ids. , farm, . to. persons who ,
nave paid the special tax as leaf tobacco
dealers, or to manufacturers of tobacco,
snpff, or cigars,' or to , purchasers for ex
port, without paving any , tax to pay,
and, dealers in leaf tobacco who nave
paid a tax of $2o, - under tne old j lavi
month of the campaign., has rolled
around the half , million 'and more of I have paid their, special tax as such
dealers in leaf, tobacco, snuff.
tobacco and cigar manufacturers, that
THURSDAY, JVliY 25, 1871
dren tne unrisuan itencri
I am, not to be shot by the militia.
Iiit htr i-wnikr clrl iorc Tf T ivaa nm.
nnMri -t Mi t rr.,M i.;.: i citizens -wno now cuuxess . memseives i ueaiers- auu u suuu oersons as arei f , :
shot I woul die much better satisfied without a party may find a ticket they known to purchase for export. If the LOCal, btate 3110 uCneral I terilS.
if I. could get to see you and my chil- can vote for with .consistency and hoi dealer f in - leaf ; tobacco ; or producer, h v , fc ijT7: alvyj.:
ur iii. uie ueiu.- r,t"cttf rrcw. (, i ,wiaus iu gui irxi mjuuixu iu uuiisuiu- i Snppose'ir-ouppose you ve : been ;a ,Ku-
: county vdhUUUthb Wnv'l fA Vb.
oou h fy Is progf ng jo Ujej 'Qn t V1 satte fae-
,uou of the Republican party. Tho Greeley
candidates are no match for our candidate. ,
We are informed that the Republican canso
is gaining giimd,lrf-Hertowisbip.Tlii
people can't understand how It I 'that the
nannViltoan rartv la sr ivimiTif anrl vat
BROWN, Bulnet. Manager. ,,; , ,ft .-, rt ' , " , .. .w.
All Registered Letter, can be tent at par rUk. f',-. "'."TT f ;
upu uretiiey i iu.unjr 01 iuu jiwjjiu wjihiss.
contempt' for the bargain bf principle
J. C.: XOOAN IIAIUUS, -
All Letters relating to Subscription.
Advertisements, must be addressed, tp : WU. U.
dren :one more time. If you come to
Asheboro,' you must go and see Ir, K.
My ear wife, I hardly know what to
say to you ; 1 don't want to say any
thing jthat would disturb your-happi
ness, My dying words to you,-1 bid
oti utid my children larewcu.?!. i u
Voim husband, -i -;-:v- c.
; B;,F. NORTIICOTT.
:. ' r-' -
ll'iiMu IJrick Pomoroy's Democrat.
1UMH'KATIC PAItTYj, SOII
.i .i-.U i
Address of tle Democratic Bolters.
The following is the address in full
adopted by the--Democratic Bolters
uonvention in .Baltimore: - ? '
In viefW of the action which ha this dav
leen taKen ; y tne democratic JNational
CouvenGon, fitting in thia city at the Opera
House.. in the adoption of a nlatform in its
main leatures distinctively Republican, and
tne nomination as a canumate lor tne irresi
dency 'of a man vho foryearrf has' been the
most hitter' and implacable enernv of the
democratic party, thw - conference of demo
crats from dinerent oiaies or the union has
been convened to take such action as the
honor and safety of i the democratic .cause
and the interest of the countrv demand :
No Democrat is ISorind, to Support f and,' as a preliminary to and a justification
erthey must pay.the special, tax of kworhavea relation . a I Kukloi in A- Wrf Ih,)
yow per auuuui, WFf f J ban Prison, and youare from this District:
law on retail dealers in leaf tobacco!, . .
. Very Respectfully, &c,
i D. II. Starbuck, ;
' Dis't Attorney of Eastern District.
at-ltatlimtal 'for vFeW!ra4 pafriiAael' ilr. ? '
James IllIarrU U esDeIaily iiatd on' den , ;
Cox. Tha Reimblicaxl are tin thi iRxhaJ r
sive, they are carrying the Ta Ino:4n-iea.M i
Wake. will . give an .increased lpiimf.
. , 'i.: !. i! 2 uMM ji niil
and .enlJg-ntencd expe;rien.;c
From Brick Pomeroy's Democrat,' n
BETRAYAL OF THE - DteMO-
"; citATIC PARTY. ' :
WKa wtll Ka inn man liAaf. IiItaIw sinrl Vcf
able' to help you outt : BiUy Smlthor 1 have shown that certain nbstenoMfot;mely t ,
unnecessary-and dangerous' ycfr' stone of;
thes4 Bubstancos have found; their w4y ttd
inedical compounds. ' DliWAllKRk'i JffAM-' i
fobkia VrKEOAit Biw,Hoever;voh-,
""0 'J V lAO, ILTClUli Will lVOlit
Rogers t X0 know Smith would do it in a
minute. And certainly he will be better
able, Think of it. JSillsboro. Recorder ,
Western Postal Record. The July No.
of the , Western Postal Record will contain-
the New Postal Iaws in fult , Every Mer-
exclusi velyj ' bf ; vegeWbfi
California. 1 For' all 4
lsordersjr tia, ,Yv
Vote Against Greeley..
chant should post himself on these new and ZuZ Jl Z
impbrtant laws.. We believe it will benefit Sr?1"!1 ?f?0,Kil
every publisher to understand them.
' Price: $1 peryearv -
Sontlieriicrs are Knav
. . "Liars," and u Perjurers."
In 18GG Democrats said it invplved a
loss of self-respect to vote for the How
ard Amendment, and now these same
Democrats are loud in their praises of
Greeley. Democrats have
If XII i: ti K tUT . SALE.
of our brooer aetion, we herebv declare ?
' " That the aforesaid proceedings rof the
said National Convention are a virtual dis
solution Of the; hitherto existing organization
of the democratic party. , That, they are ,an
unconditional, abandonment of the princi
ples of the democratic party and the accept
ance of such as--are conflicting andirrecon-
Greeley is nominated! t
Not by the Democrats of the land
who dare be Democrats ; but by those,
who u have weaKened. By men who
tell us they have for a I6ng titne been
bettinff on thei losiner horse ! By men
who tell us they, are tired pf working
Address Western Postal Record Printing
Company, 40 East Ilarrison Street, Chicago
Til ' 1' i ' " ' T ' ' ' , '
and for purifying the : blood, they' are the .
most' wonderful remedy known, 'M&w. ;
, T Binglifuuw Scliooi.We 'have, receive.!
a catalogue of this excellent school ib'r ihf : . -
War nd!nf Tnno ' IfiW ' 1 JV1nair-jn "
It is finished ! - i i
The: infamy has been accomplished !
The 'Democratic party, has Deen at
not only last laid upon the altar of infamy, to
lost all self-respect, but are eating dirt
of the filthiest kind. Read thejfollow
ing extract of a Tribune editorial from
Mr. Greeley's pen : j
Iet the soldier understand that he is en
rolled to fight a parcel of knaves, all liablo
to indictment, trial, sentence and execu
tion men who have wickedly disturbed
the peace of .the world without provoca-
be. sacrificed by those who would turn
its blood into official patronage and pri
vate gain. - ' . - - . ,
Those principles for which brave men
did battle most earnestly durins the
years Of. war, have been forsaken , by
the very ones who for years have been
teaching the people to believe in prin
ciple rather than policy, in patriotism
rather than love or plunder, ana to ae-
fend the legacy left them by patriotic
Republics ( Prospc
Sarry yisitor says .we receive good news
from - Yadkin. i iThe prospect for a grand
cilible with them. - That by th action the for principie hen- it , does I bot pay 1 Republican .success in that county to. very
rderSrn forfdehou5cl- pronn
U11U 1113 WUIft.1 .DV'lllCU WUU lft5lj ' uu . wuicuuuh i vvo w iw
tLiiuw mm io .u,Yaiik., vautuauug, mu
of isms and bent upon carrying them
Buiuonta were in auenaance. ,.,fnvs waSja,
goodly jttimber t ait VincaBo.fef.pro-
vio's year.This speak'a well for Coh'lUng-. '.
obligation of duty, to principles, to regard
tor consistency, ana to every sentiment or
L political honor ; and, as it can represent the
democratic party only Dy aanenng to its
principles and can make' nominations
which democrats are qouna to support only
by naming candidates- who are known and
recognised democrats, therefore, the action
which it hs taken, so far from being bind
ing as' the action of the democratic party,
should be spurned; by all true democrats
and resisted with unyielding ;tenacity and
to the utmost extremity. , Denying that
democracy , is dead or that it can ever die
wmle tne principles of our tatners are
out, no - matter ; at what cost to the
country.;..' ' - ?'
Greeley was nominated by Inen
with whom we have associated politi
cally for years: : by men we have heard
pray tqv Almighty God a thousand
times to damn' them, ; to wither their
arms arid blast their ,': tongues if ever
they cea$ed in , their hostility to him
and theV principles he so persistently
ham.- .Tkpchool has a,repntaiim&scndM
ta nonei ip this' SUtoVwplI .arntB ad- ap 1 1
precjated. an Jstraetor,fCkfl;i3ixiiam! .
is a Very .superior man ; his assistant toaih-y;
.. . . i r t V"
The weather ijontihues very warml; Cora ers are of the same Order of mem OradU-
artd Tobacco never grew faster than it has Vi f h ,
for the last two weeks. . '
cherished by even a few devoted hearts, we advocated. He has been nominated by
have presumed upon their petticoats to treat
our volunteers as no ueeent ting ever 'de
served! to ho treated. The cowardice of
throe insults is but one element of their
baseness. General Butler found it neces
sary to protect his soldiers from this wan
ton, degrading abuse, or sufl'er theni to
protect 1 themselves. So ho issued an or
der tliat women who in the public
Mtrects ! insulted his soldiers should be
treated like tho street-walkers, whose man
ners they imitated that is, should betaken
to the calaboose and locked up with other
diso rderly persons. The order did its work
J The she secesh of New Orleans
dried up at once." "
ThU was written forty days after tho is
suance of the order, and is the only delib
erate editorial defence of that infamous
order. JIut. Mr. Greeley is an author as
well as an editor. He is writing a book
called tbo "American Conflict;" it is not
yt-t concluded, tho second volume having
Int-ii issued last year. On pace 'JO of that
She rebels tionmen witu w,lom no terms are to bo .fathers) no matter what such defence 1 seize and again fling to the . breeze, for all men who are ashamed of the work Priest.
.-: Annual Session of tne in. TV. Grand
Encampment, I. O. O. F This body
held its annual session in this city on the
17th inst.. The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year : ( -
.. Phil Thiem, Raleigh. M WGP. .
W E Edwards; .Greensboro', M W G II
multifarious duties of private and public
life. -We believe in sustaining hotiie lnstftn-'
a :ii::..,:i i- ': ji i.j,i-.i.4. -n
UUtWi ' , j .....
, this school is 'first class and shonfd' -ve
a large'pWronagofrom the'old NoVtlf 1 j i
.. VI." .1 i-.. ,- till I l.l-.i I.- -Y I
made Dick Turpins, who call themselves
Generals, and Capt. Kyds, who call them
selves commanders. . A thief is a thief a
liar is a liar a perjurer is a perjurer; and
every Southern traitor, who is morally re
sponsible, is all three together! fray, do
not let us have any more talk about our
" misguided Southern brethren." tThero is
one thing which Southern success canno?
compass, and that is an oblivion, in history
and tradition of the frauds, felonies, and
falsehoods, with which the ignominions en
terprise began. These traitors areoutsido
the world's respect forever. Neither in its
inception nox in its progress has the thing
been respectable. There has been too
much megar dishonesty, like that of gam
blers, footpads, and pickpockets, about it.
Aug. 1G, 18G2. , I
Greeley, says: "The women of iNew Or
leans that portion of them who arrogated
to themselves the designation of ladies, with
: large majority of their sisters throughout
the Confederacy had ere this becaihe impas
sioned rebels. Tho aristocratic, instinct
lcing stronger in women than in men, slave
ry, though it debauched the men and degra
ded the women of the South, had come to bo
. regarded by the latter that is by thos of
tho ruling caste as their patent of io
bility." , j
After reading the above Col. Duncan fcaid
tlte following had been given to him author
itatively' as the substitnce of an article in
The Tribune : . I
"Southern women nuAed by the blacks
imbibe the animal passions of their nurses,
and as soon as they arrive at the age of pu
lerty they manifest their desires to gratify
their sensuality." I
Mr. Duncan said he thought these extracts
niiirht perhaps induce the Convention, to
pause iu it ruinous course.
Such is Mr. Greeley's record. The
"Work" article was infamous, tjut
Mr. Greeley's tirade against the women
of New Orleans and the whole South,
is infamous in the extreme. How any
' man j with Southern blood coursing
through his veins, can. support such a
man as Mr. Greeley, is almost a mys
tery,' and proves that certain Demo
crats and Ku Klux will descend to the
uttermost depths of degredation jto
elect their candidate. . j
Judge Merrimon is for Greeley for
the Presidency. Does he endorse Mr.
( i recley 's war upon Southern women ?
Ifso, ho will remain silent"; if not, he
will denounce Mr. Greeley's editorial
approving Dutler's order.
Greeley and Merrimon s-re in the
same boat. One prosecuted the women
of "Yancey; the other villified and
abused the women of New Orleans.
Secretary Koutwell in Charlotte
IlJILTilU VUSii HI U1UUU Ut UCJWUiC.
The vell-laid plan of .Tammany and
its managers hascome to its fruition.
The Democrats of the country have
been i betrayed. Those grand old men
whom Itve have looked up to for years
as guides, have been set upon shelves
like .mummies, never to : be heard of
more, j The statesmen of the Demo
cratic piarty have proved unequal to the
times" and, emergencies thereof ; while
the keeping of that party, which for
years has so battled for liberty, the Con
stitution and the rights of States, has,
for" prpmise of office and a chance for
an army of hungry leeches to fasten
upon the public treasury, . been given
over td the care and keeping of the
most bitter enemy of Democracy, ana
the man whose teachings, followed by
those who thonght him honest, have
brought this country to the condition in
which it is found at tho present day.
Hora6e Greeley has been accepted by
a large portion of the Democracy as its
candidate for the Presidency. That is,
he has been foisted upon the people by
men who are ashamed of what they
have done; who look upon themselves
as cowards, as tricksters, trucklers,
office-hunters and men unworthy the
On Thursday last, Hon. Geo. S. Bout
well addressed a large crowd at! Char
lotte. ; '
It would be impossible for us Jto do
him justice by attempting asynopsi3 of
his speech. u thee it to say that we-
saw present many of the most promi- respect of those who are indeed Demo
nent of the Mecklenburg Democracy crats. He has been nominated by those
and from none did we hear anything who wi 1 have more difficult work to
T . .. . , . convince the honest Democracy that
out tne most respecuui criticism. . Greeley is the man for the times than
The Republicans of that city and they would have had to have converted
county were excessive in their praises to Demtx-racy one-half of the Itepubli-
of the effort, and whatever may! be the Parjv- The action of the National
: ua cf.w ,i vfinn K-o Con vention. at Baltimore proved exactly
icv,uv i. u.c uu..c mm m.w.., "'"ov- that which Greeley has for years charged
wno nearu tne cusunguisneu ecruiary UpQn the Democrats of this country.
will long remember his patriotic senti- The managers bf the Convention, from
mentsand burning eloquence on that Belmont down, have at last proved
. . xr. , il lf roo Greoieyls wisdom in calling the Demo-
occasion. His address throughout was thfa toadies dirt-eaters,
characterized with so much logic ana office-hunters, men without principle,
sound reasoning and so little of the po- regarding their pockets rather than the
true democrats to rallv around the banner
so faithlessly lowered, and pledge our un
dying devotion to the principles which it
reoresents :. deeminor those principles to in
volve living and enduring issues.
mat tne system 01 government escaD-
lished;by our fathers was a Federal Union
of co-equal States, ' That wo hold to the
doctrine of States 'Rights and a strict con
struction -of the Federal Constitution, as
defined by Thomas Jefferson, believing
their effective recognition to be indispen
sable to the maintenance of free political in
stitutions and the 'perpetuation of popular
liberty in this countrv : and those essential
principles of government enumerated by
him in his first inaugural address, specially
applicable to our time and condition, con
sisting of the admirable and ever-important
propositions .Equal and exact justice to
all men of whatever state or persuasion,
religious or polities'; 'peace,' commerce
ana nonest friendship witn an nations, en
tangling alliances with none 4 a well-dis
ciplined militia our best reliance in peace
and for the first moments of war till regu
lars may relieve them ' the supremacy of
the civil over the military authority ; 'free
dom of religion ;' : freedom of the press ;
' freedom of the person under the protec
tion of the habeas corpus;' trial by juries
impartially selected.' To which should be
.added what Mr. Jefferson defined as the
snm of, good government,' ' a wise and fru
gal government, which shall restrain men
from injuring one another; which shall
leave them otherwise free to regulate their
own pursuits of industry and improvement,
and shall not take from the mouth of Labor
the bread it has earned.'
" We recommend our Democratic fellow
citizens in the several States to form Demo
cratic State organizations, and do all in their
power to check the growing defection from
true Democratic principles ; and we further
suggest and recommend that a Convention
bo held at Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, the
3d of September, 1872, to take such steps as
mu3r be deemed prudent ana essential. :
Notwithstanding the apparent unanimity
of tho Democratic madness for Greeley, this
forlorn hope " promises a large attendance
at the Louisville Convention.
they have done by men who can give
no reason for their strange conduct,
and who apologize one to the other
continually for this, humiliation to
themselves and disgrace to the De
mocracy they so iong upheld. :
7 Greeley is nominated by Democrats
who expect to whip the rank and file
into line, forgetting that when a Na
tional Convention goes beyond its con
stitutional limits to rest in the bosom
of Republicanism and grasp in -its
embrace a life-long Republican enemy,
it puts itself in such position that no
longer has it authority with the thou
sands, who are always willing to yield
allegiance td a party so , long as it de
fends its own principles I
Greeley is nominated by Democrats
who are tired of being Democrats , yet
who expect to force Democrats to the
support of their candidate ! He is nom
inated by Democrats, who are asham
ed of the work in which they have
been engaged for years ! By men who
were not honest during . the years of
war, or who are - not honest now I
Greeley is not the nominee of any
party, but of the disaffected of all par
ties. r- Those who "vote for him are
willing to venture upon a trackless,
unknown sea ; on a raft; rather than in
a ship, expecting to pilot the concern
by guess-worK rather than by compass,
forgetting that the more advisers to a
party like Greeley's the greater will be
the riot and confusion, till, if elected,
hi3 administration would be a Babel
bf political ideas, from which there
can be no escape except through a
revolution, or the giving of this coun
try into the hands of an exclusive arbi
J D McNeely. Salisbury. M W G g War
Edward Zoeller, TarboroVl M ;W G J
R J Jones, Wilmington, M W G Scribe
and Treasurer. ! , i
J H Baker, Tarbbro'; M W G Represen
tative 10 ine urana liOage.or the united
States. ' . ' : :
The M. W. G. Patriarch anoofnted the
following officers : s, . . !:
H. T. Clawson, Raleigh, W G Sentinel.
R Davis, Elizabeth City, W D G Sentinel.
Marcus Bear, Wilmington, W D G Pa
triarch. ' -
Wm H Clark, Elizabeth City, W D G Pa
triarch. . ' . f ' -. ,
W D C Porter, Greensboro', W D G Pa-
R A Watson. Tarboro'. W D G Patriarch.
R A Watson, Tarboro', W D G Patriarch.
J ix mcjn eely, tsalisbury, v D G Pa
' nepubllcan ' CandIdatesAr ' Irlonol1 lx- V
writes us that N. B. Ilampton is the Re
publican candidate for, House in Polk cburi-
ty ; arid say's : 44 We will give the Kit Ktri'x l"
h-rl in this county." ; ' "'. : :A 1 ';'
3 Mr. S. Trivett is ) Republican candidate' ,,J
fn, (ho TTnnoa fn A cWa vinnniw ' ' .1 ' - 1 11
: Executipn of the AdaIrsCblumbas-H
and Go van Adair, convicted of , the murder
of Silas Weston and hB,t two children, were
hanged at Henderson viile . on Friday, the u j
12th of this month. Columbus left aWTith). i
ten statement ' of -, the . mnrder; whieh ! he f '
swore was the truth. Govan protested that
he wasi inoocent,itTlui(JdiedithiMOviwo , f
young men.,. Their athejr and two younger 4
brothers are" now in jail in JlendotrsoirriiLa ; it r
the confession of Bainard having Implicated; i .
them in the murder. . AS - ,f i ii until
litical " slang-ichang" that Vance and
his ilk are wont to inflict on those
people, that i you could see its effect
even upon the opposition. Yes, the
uneasy Democracy at once went from
the Hall and telegraphed Mr. Doolittle
to come at once to counteract the dam
age done them. But he had followed
Mr. Boutwell only the day before at
Greensboro', and Mr. Doolittle pre
ferred a different journey and didn't
possibly have time to go, although he
food of ;the people; as men having no
ngher aim than office, aria no further
sight than is required to cut across this
corner 6r that in haste" to reach the
The Democratic Bolt.
THE $300 GOLil NOTE.
"Worth $30,000 iii Confederate
i Money.! V; '' .. '.;
Would have taken Miller '227 years to pay
the principal out pf his wages ; or;:.'.
1803 years to pay the principal ,
f ' v . ; ; and interest I, .
In the last of March. 1865, J. M.
was at Concord only twenty (20) miles the rank and file refuse to vote for a
man who .has all his life been opposed
to their principles and who still boasts
of being a llepublican. Thi3 sentiment
is stronger still -in many States, and
even at the South, where the Greeley
Any ope who imagines the Democra
cy of the country to be a unit for Hor
ace Greeley is wofully ignorant of the Leach took a note for $300 in gold from
facts. In Pennsylvania though the Jeff Miller, a sick Confederate soldier,
journals! of that party subserviently for getting a transfer from one hospital
obev the- dictation of their ambitious to another.' Now. at that time, one
and unscrupulous leaders, thousands of dollar in gold was worth - one hundred
Doolittle and Tipton are big guns off
by themselves, but when they come in
contact with , such men as Secretary
Boutwell, they feel their own insig
nificance, and Tipton hides behind a
tree and takes notes as he did at Greens
boro', and Doolittle decently and pru-
dollars in Confederate currency, there
fore the $300 gold note was worth
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
in Confederate money. Miller received
$11 per month of Confederate trashj and
it would have taken ' two thousand,
What is the Bargain ? I
The Jlinghampton Itepublican chal- dently keeps quiet at his quarters
lenges Horace Greeley, Waldo Hutch-
madness has been epidemic, they refuse seven hundred and twenty-seven
to erive an unqualified adhesion to the months service to have paid off the
Dersonal fortunes of Mr. Greeley. I note. 'The 2727-months are equal to
In Virginia, Henry A. Wise, James
II. Lyons, Colonel Mosby, and other
prominent men refuse to bow the knee
to Baal.; In lventucKy, Blanton Dun
. ins and Horatio Seymour to deny that
they entered into a conspiracy and
nmde'aV'orrupt bargain by which Mr.
Greeley should bo brought forward and
supiorted as the candidate of the Dem
ocratic party. . In a late issue Ihe lie-
pubtican puU its cliarges specifically, ns
1. That Horace Greeley agreed, in Octo
ler, 1X71, on his own behalf, to be a candi
date for President of the United States; if
Horatio Seymour and the Democratic lead
ers would support him, and held a corre
spondence on that subject, of which one
l. iN.r iva. tlatctl October 4. 1871. That Mr.
Greeley formally recognized his agreement,
an 1 "communicated the fact of the Demo
cratic pr.ioition to Keuben IL I-enton,
who cor.a-mtcd to give his assistance to the
2. That Horatio Seymour (who was re
Rirded h:mseh'as a candidate) and somoof
me Democratic leaiers subsequently agreed
to givo Mr. Ureeley their support condi
tionally. That Horatio Seymour commu
nicated with Waldo Hutchins on this sub
ject, in reference especially to the Cincin
nati Convention. That Horatio Seymour
acknowledged the correspondence of him
self and Hutchins, in a letter dated May I,
:s72. three davs before the Cincinnati Con-
vention was held. ' . L
3. That Waldo Hutchins responded, and
I iMH-ame a delegate to that Convention. That
j tho fact of Democratic coalition was well
understood by some of tho delegates to the
Cincinnati Convention, and that the expec
j tation of this Democratic support aided or
j secured Mr. Greeley's nomination. j
TJie Republican proposes if the above
I charges are denied by any one of the'
j persons named, to publish the corre
j siwndence," which is in the handwriting
of Mr. Greeley and Mr. Seymour.
These are very serious charges, and
should be answered at once. j
Coliipibia Ku Mux Trial
Referring to these trials, Mr. Greeley
said in The N. Y. Tribune of January
12, 1872, that , . I
"Nobody can say that these trials'
have not been fairly conducted.
The .' prisoners' : were defended by
such eminent legal counsel as the
Hon. Henry Stanbery, ex-Attorney
General of the United States, and the
Hon. Reverdy Johnson. But the tes
timony brought out .overwhelmed all
argument, and forty-seven of these
wretches confessed their crimes in open
court; six others were convicted, and
seventy-two indictments, embracing
over five hundred persons, were found.
The story of brutality, crime, violence,
and moral degradation made up from
the revelations of the witnesses fa too
revolting for recital; it is a dark chap-'
ter in the history of civilization ; it is a
burning disgrace to the party which
organized the conspiracy, aided and
netted its agents, and did its best to
Now it .would have taken Miller this
two hundred and twenty-seven years
can, an old and experienced politician, to pay off the principal. The interest
is actively organizing a bolt against on the $30,000 for this 227 years would
Greeley; and receives much encourage- have been at least TWO HUNDRED
ment frora the press and . people. The AND TWENTY THOUSAND ;dol-
able and influential Louisville Lcdgen lars. This divided by Miller's $11 per ty officers.
respopdf? to his appeal for help by fore- month shows that It would have taKen Candidate? should make the people
casting Ithe 'probable verdict of the him twenty-two thousand months familiar with these points of the elec-
-1 . . 1 m A 1 . 4k-fe-r-n - f TATTIl . XTTi . C1TV ITTTXT" !.- -
.Lremocrauc masses on me wont oi ine or xiiuunAu, oia' iiui- tfon law.
Attention "Voters ! Things to be
Registration is not allowed on the
day of election. '
Every voter should ascertain before
the day of election if his name is on.
the Registration books. . 1
To vote for all the candidates, four
tickets must be voted, and every ticket
must be deposited in a different box. -
i The tickets must be printed or writ
ten, or partly printed and partly writ
tep, on white paper.
'. Republicans should not touch or re
ceive tickets from Democrats but only
from true and tried Republicans.
Democrats will give you the wrong!
Be sure ' and deposit your ticket for
uovernor and Ktate officers in the box
designated lor State officers.
Be sure and deposit your ticket for
member of Congress in the box desig
nated for member of Congress.
Be sure and deposit your ticket for
State - Senator andMnembers of the
House of Representatives in the box
designated for members of the Legisla
ture, . , , ' . ; r
Be sure and deposit your ticket for
Sheriff, County Commissioners, Treas
urer, Coroner, Register of Deeds, Sur
veyor, in the box designated for coiinr
Murder in Dnplin .County A Colored
Citizen found in tne Woods with his
Cnroat cm.- Wev leara j from the - WiI4
mington Post, of the 18th, that another ter-
rihle outrage has been perpetrated in Duplin
county. The facts as we gather them are
these : At a political meeting held at Lereta,
Duplin county, on Wednesday last, and at
which large numbers of Democrats were
present, a difficulty arose between an aged
colored man named Pcarsoii and several
of the white chivalry present. With their
accustomed energy they bravely attacked
the old man, cruelly beating and otherwise
ill treating him. His cause was espoused
by his son George Pearson, and through
his efforts the cruel desperadoes were in
duced to desist. This ended the matter for,
the time being, and it was hoped (hat the
difficulty had ended.
Before leaving home George Pearson had
informed his Wife that he would return that
night; but night came and he did not ap
pear, and several days elapsed beiore any
thing definite was known of him, 'his
anxious family in the meantime making
every possible inquiry to ascertain his
1 1! ' I '
i :A liJ 1, Jt
ior au claimants ior vvaKo Ana , j
l counties. ' All charges 6 bo paid
Jtimev--"1'- '.ri'i.V! . J. ,.
address me at present at Chapel '
JOTICE TO CLAIJNf ANTsl
:-I am : now ready for claimants havlhpf . ,
claims against the Government of tho United .
States for property taken or furnished for'
the use of the army, &a I will attond t
Chapel Hill and, Durhams. all cUimanU in ? L
(jjuainam ana urange counues, ana ii
Rajeigh for all claimants "for Wako and , j -i
for at the
Hill. . ELMORE WOODS. I 1
": . TJ. 8. Commissioner for N, C, m ,
July 23, 1872. - i '20 3m.
- . . t ; - ! , .i i ( ' U-ii "X V'.'- in
WAKE CdUNT V-fTo7 TprB 1 gbiimon : nJl
Court. V, i V
Augustus Herndon. J. S." Barbee and Nan
cy J. his wife, and Mary Herndon G uar
dian of William . C. Herndon, , JHartla
A. iierndon, Frances J2. lierndon, Janu s
B. Herndon and "Virginia V." Herndon,
PlainUfls., . . ' ! , V
Against ' ' S
William Herndon, Defendant. Summons
for Relief. ' . ; .1 . ..
State of North Carolina , , , L i ' .
To the ShertJJTof 'Wake tountyGrccling t '
You are herebv commanded: to- Onmmori '
William Herndon, the Defendent, above- if-
whereabouts. ; Yesterday his outraged and named if he, b 'lrhlu'Jlh
, . , J, t . b , I toappear at the Office of the clerk of 'the
mangled body Was found in the woods ad- I o.,.t; r x WiV
mangled body was found ih the woods ad
joining the scene of the quarrel of Wednes-
day? The body presented a horrible spec-;
tacle. The throat was cut from ear to ear,
three pistol balls had penetrated his vital
parts, and marks and scars bf severe bodily
castigation were visible to the horrid dis
coverers. - i i . ,
Of course no one knew who did it Or any
thing about it. K. : '.- . ' .
This outrage demands immediate redress,
and we trust before God that the cowardly
assasin will be dealt with in the most san
guinary manner. Justice will look to that
Baltimore Convention: "The verdict DRED AND SIXTY-SIX YEARS to - No tax Of vhatever character is re-
is likely jto be that ureeley is an old have paid the interest. ,v r; qiiired to be paid to entitle a citizen to
man who has spent his life warring I ? We suppose, Miller to have been 47 register1 and vote. : ! .
a. I 1 TV i! J. I I : , J 7 I . 1 J. . i. t o
upon mq OAiniocrauc uariy, wno never years oiuwiicn uienoic wasgAvciijCuuiii;
nau a nean-inroo in unison wiin lia ine zzi yeiirs tor paying ine principal
principles, but whose thirst for office and 1GC6 years for the interest, and he
has become so intense that he is wil- would have been ONE THOUSAND
ling to accept honors and emoluments NINE HUNDRED and THIRT Y-
conerre4 by Democrats, proposing to SIX years old when the principal and
square accounts Dy conferring here ana interest of tne nete was paid I
there.an office upon those who have
distinguished themselves in tlie work principal to the 1G66 for the interest, we
of political stultification." : " find he would .have ;had to perform
Duncahjs marshaUing his forces ibr ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUN-
the Convention on the 3d of September. DRED AND NINETY-THREE years
and every day receives accessions to the of military service to pay for the pal-
ranks of his followers. . . - . U 4 try labor of getting a transfer from one
xn Illinois ine powenui organ or tnei hosmtal to anoiner i
supprS the eviJence now published Democracy,' The Oiicagognu rour r Let the .voters of the 5th district note
?"', wnrhi ' I readers already know, utterly refuses how much the Acrobat, Leach, charged
or its. party, in a recent issue,
Smith and .Testaments. ",
'. He was a little worn out looking man
sitting on the cars frith a pile of Testa
ments near him arid, we moved up to
him. It was two years ago and he had
If we add the 227 vears for oavine the just "got on" at Company Shops. The
m At xk a mm a a l!AAlA A. 1 1 J . I l!
Tho Klection takes place
Thunklny, tho tint day of August.
Oastou Itepublican Ticket.
The following is the Republican tick
et for Gaston county: i
Senate Lewis Gardner.
TTftiiseof Renresentatives Geo. W.
Sheriff B. G. Bradley. 1
Treasurer Eli Pasour.
Register of Deeds J. B. Oats.
Pnmnpr T. J- TAWln?.
We are especially gratified at the
nomination of Ir. McKee forf the
House of Representatives. He is the'
present Sheriff of the county. His ser
vices to his people in that office have
met with general favor. He is deser
ved 'y popular among them. With an
active canvass in the county on the
part of Republicans, his election, with
the whole ticket, is almost certain. ..
a recent issue, re
marking jon the evidences of Demo
cratic1 disgust for Greeley and Brown,
says ti They fully justify the often
reiterated assertion of The Times, and
of numerous letters from the people
which haVe from time to time appeared
in Its'; columns, that great numbers of
Democrats will not, under any circum
stances, vote for Greeley and Brown.
This fact has, indeed, been apparent all
m m Af-m A jm it m tm - At
a sick uonieueraie : soiater ior a iew
minutl, labor w Winston. liepubliccvi.
Tobacco ,Iiaw.';t-.V n i--v...r
yj- Op-riciiop U. 8. Attounjey,'
f 2 For Eastern District,
i . : m ; July C, 1872. ,
J. J. Jaukson, Ebq: . s , .
Mu Dear Sir: Although' Mr. V. S.
Lusk Is the 'District attorney of the
District .dn -Which J Chatham is em-
along to every one not completely pos- braced, and he is the proper person for
sessed of the Cincinnati Insanity." - you to apply to for the information
27ie uetroa ree ress, a journal asked in your letter or the 4th inst., yec
equally influential with the Times, was, as you desire an early answer, I will
up to a very-recent date,: equally pro- give it to you. . ' s-
nounced against Greeley. But "Bri- vPrior to the Act of .Congress of June
tish gold," or some other sinister in- 6th, 1872, the farmer could sell his leaf
fluence, has silenced it. " , ' tobacco in l)ttlk or at retail to consnm-
Oregon j will send delegates to the ers without payment of iianyVi special
Tjouisvilld Convention, and Qdifornia tax. The recent Act forbids the farmer
little worn out man looked smiling and
happy as if he had just accomplished
what he k went for, and the thought
struck us to ask him, and he said, "Mr.
Smith, . here, has just given' me a free
K ass, and he has done more than that,
ehas grot me passes overall the roads:
Mr. Smith, sir, appears to me to be a
migmy wicKea man, i- never saw mm
before, he says he is a Hard Side Bap
tist, but J, tell , you, there's a heap of
good about that man ; I live away up
about High Point, and Fm an agent to
sell these Testaments." ;
Yes. That was Billy Smith. That is
Billy Smith to-day. Let one of the
first families in this State, and a family
that will to-day, we reckon, vote
against him, attest the man; Cur he
gave one of the family an annual pass,
simply because he was a poor man and
a, one legged soldier struggling for-a
living. vye Know iu
Superior Court for the county of ' Wake.
within twenty (20) days, fter the penrioa C "A
this summons on him, exclusive of the day
oi sucn service, ana answer, tne compiaini,
a copy of which will ho deposited ' in tho
office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for
said county, within ten days from th0 dato : I
of this summons : and let him take notice . A-
that if he fail to answer the- said complaint ..'.;
within that time, the Plaintiff w.111 apply to iiU ,
the Court for the relief demanded lu the . '
compiamc. . :, t
f Hereof fail not, and bf this summons Ji ,
make d ue return. . ' ' . . ; ' j !'
Given under my hand and seal of 'fid '''
Court, this 22nd day of Jtdy, 1773j .i 1 1 1 1 1 i J t.
-.John M. tfoBiifo, " . ' .
Attorney for Plaintiff. J VjUl
July 23, 1872. .. ) . "7-r-ww; j
i.-tU i 1 hi"!'
. ' . : . s , . . ' .
JtilSAlHiU Ult I,,. .ill
PKHSIDEVTIAL CAJTIPAldN , BADGKS .
rGBJEEJLET and'l36ww, Grant and
Wilson . WEXAii. . Campaign JiaUues oi au .
C-J tN f-l CO - r-t
O t- arfc-i cs ac n
ci so - pitaai.
! i-l i-l OS - i-h t -t l 5
7 ' I
S B SS S "3 2 5 8 3 3 S S S ta S S W Sj 2 S J
s ,eo i
0 tQC ,
-t- r. r r i t -
Average mean temperature for the State
73; highest mean at vnmingionf itaieign
and Greensboro, 78 j lowest at Baker viile,'1
61: Average maximum 88 ; b ighes!y ' at
Fayettevillo and Raleigh 9i f , lowest, at
lowest minimum at lsakers-
kinds. Will Sell like hot cakes.--Selid for , .
Circular' and-Price List. 5 Enctosd Stamp. - ,';
a 1 si a irpr.p w.-acitt u a na v. nrir
SENT BY' MAIL' pon receipt of SJSV-! '
ENTY'FIVE iGEHTSAS Agent wanted -'io
everywhere. , ,t ,Mt i 1 -tJ ni r;.M
. 83 Nassau Street. New Tori, j . . . ,
''jpjr Out the above out for future reference.
july20. 1 ii:- J'"'
AmandThainlaintuT,- ' .-.ottivi im
.'m , r' against i;?? :J 'I,,V
Wm. Thain, Thos. S. ' lialnJAlexandcr"'1
'Thain, nenry R.Thain.llamllton'W.
.? Thain and CarolhiQlt.Thainr9feiidan ..
f --Summons. ;. V . ! j -t ,; i-y.,,;1 1
flXAXi: or NOBWCAnOLI-tA, , MM1)M, , .,,
rw. . 'm' .m ' A ' .T. ' . 7. V ...
na ine anerxjj oj uoanswn) fLwumy r wrcr7tjt i r f ,
You are herehy' commanded to gumnwii. , k
Wm. Thain, Thos. S. Thain, Alexander'"
Thain, Henry E. Thain, II. W.iThala andrl'T
C: R. Thain the Defendants, above amHl,y .
pear at me once ui we wicr. ui weouucrwi .
Cotirt for the- (eemnty bl Jdhn stdtf, wlfhlii J "
twenty (20) days-arte tboi'serticeof this I
Bummona on them, axclo3ii:e.ofi the Aaf of b a
such service, and. answer itlcpnpljLint,l- ,u
copy or wmcn wm De,p;epositea,m uieoinertf
bf this summons v and letithfir'Uk tfotkM
ie Clerh of the Supito-loCourt fcyr Johh-...iA
i county, within ten days front the 'dafe"'1
lis summons' ; and tet'thcttr'Uk tiotM J "
thai if they fail to answer the said eouiplaUUf t-
within that time.
M.UV.V. .1. ...VJ '11. i m
. Hereof fall not,. i and;: this oamihrt Ml
make due return..; f "J)Ai Dl .':J )1 -f ! '
Given imder say apdtheKesl oaafct-u jt.iu
m . we i
t, u r t.-l ; .... noone, to
yZr,T"yOUn ;a"' viUe, 37. j Average . rainfall -4L3 finches;
are an honest poor inan and worlc or i maximum at Murphy 8:2 inches ; minimum
your livmg, you vote against ; your ; mu'u"'i''
best friend when you vote aerainst Hill v i All fruit and grain crops
W !1L A 1 4! A, A 1 A. a. I 1 . . I
diiiLii. iiuu tiiub ia iue iruiii auu m us
I true as preaching. Do as yon please.
Htllsboro Jiecoraer, J democrat.
I Test: P. T. Masset, a S. C.
the State ; condition of corn
.... v ,T,( .
nnAtV . f DR. CROOK'S. VXNflv. AVr b f o 1 1 -sgood
throughout . ;,;;.ctoany M
rn, cotton and to- 11 J-aiJsthma and Brwdliitw ,
W. C. K.
l'iWI,r.i t'T.oo IWvrt tTntmnhed nfinecinC
niAir xw iuu ktaa. t- -
: v -v. for these complaints.