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lMe i!Itor ciost not be undeitroI a endors
."tt, sentiments of their correpon lent,
'f.t-janlrtittons on all subjects are solicited,
' will be given to the reader of The Eka
"ulJau::ic th Tlews aaJ sentiment or tb
How the Keform Party Conducted
the Klection lu Union Countj'
Increased democratic, Mnjority
Fsnlaincd for the Democratic
Ontral Committee, &c, &c
'p, the Editor of The Era:
c.p -Ah the Chairman of the Dem
,.ti. Central Committee seems to be
.. -ntof facta and figures on which
t .-. a contest of the recent State
i ...inn. I propose to rive him a few
of interest from this county:
i i the first place, when the contest
. .x we will prove that a number of
Lv- under twenty-one years of apre
..Jn.. allowed to vote. Secondly, we
t.rove that twenty-uve or thirty
1 . . " I - 1
who naa rvgisieruu vere uot ui-
will to vote, on the ground that they
in, I not regmerea, r wo win prove mat
Jhvv did register. Thirdly, we will
i.'ruVethat idiots were brought up to
he noils and showed how to vote.
Fourthly, we will prove that votes
wt rv bought like sheep in the sham-M.-s.
Fifthly, we will prove that two
. . ii .i
irtv who had lived in the State
f Arkansas for the last twelve months
j-.Jl a right to vote, and after they had
crinitteu mm lo voie, oneoi me juug-
Reform party), actually iook me man s
ticket out the box, saying, "it Is a lie-
..ul.lican ticket, ana put in a uonserva-
Now, tins is me way in wnicn xne
pemocratic majority was Increased
hm one iiunareu ana mty 10 neany
four hundred. This is all very nice.
r. C'hnirman, iryou wouiu iniy gee
8vaV Willi ll, out cuuu'si ur uutuintai,
the ls-publican party of Union county
I , not propose to quietly suDmit to it.
;;:fiani is have been i&sued for the
1 . t MM 111 t ,
H-itnt-s-es. ana me mutter wm a in-
vt-tir.ited by the United States Grand
Jury, whicn convenes at rcate.sviiie
motime this month, ana Ifsjmebody
(i m't get Indicted, we will make you,
Mr. Chairman, a present or a nice new
i;ntlv hat. procvided you will wear it
after the elections in Pennsylvania, In
ilijaa. and Ohio. Of course, if these in
dements are found, the cry of perse
ruiion will be raised, headed by the
moderate editor of 77ie Charlotte Dcm-
lrrat but it will be too late then, gen
tlemcn of the lieform party; you
.mirht to have thought of that when
v.ui were bribincr those toor colored
in. a to vote your ticket.
A Union Count v 3Ian.
M'Kiror. Union Co., Oct. 3, 1S72.
l Public Meeting In
1 lAvder Outrage.
VTo the EiUtor of the Era :
1 At a meeting of the Republicans of
ihecitv of Salisbury, on Saturday, the
12th of October. 1872, David I,. Brin
tnve Committee for theith District, f
filled to .the i chair, a ml 1 1 . B. l)u-
.senberry and Itobt. A. Lonjj wi re re-
oucsted to act as secretaries, on mo
tion, a committee of five, composed of
the followinggentlemen, were appoint
ed to draft resolutions for the action of
the meeting: Col.Thos. B. Long, Capt.
John A. liamsay, Dr. v . II. llower
who, after consultation, reported the
Allowing resolutions, which, after a
lirited and well-timed speech from
Col. W. F. Henderson, Assessor of the
oth District, were unanimously adopt
hereas, e have learned wun re
ZKt that some person or iersons have
h-stroyed J he Sentinel omee, owned by
the lion. Joiah Turner : and whereas,
it has been intimated by the Demo
cratic press that some Kepubliean may
have been instrumental in its destruc
tion, and leing desirous of showing to
the world that we do not endorse, but
t the contrary, do hereby denounce
and unqualifiedly condemn the act as
.lw, mean, and contemptible, and un
worthy the endorsement of any good
r.u-!i of either party ; therefore, bo it
fcsohrd, 1st, That we denounce the
act as the part that could only be play
1 by one too depraved, too low, too
contemptible and villainous to bo
claimed by either party.
i That we consider the principles of
great National Republican party as
nipiy sumcient to carry out our ends,
without resorting to any such contemp
3J. That in the event a sum shall.be
icsirul to be raised to place him again
on hU feet, we now authorize the Ite
I'ublican Executive Committee of the
tite at large to draw on us for our
4th. That we call upon all the pa-
rvrsoiour party in the State to give
their aid. in ferreting out the pcrpetra-
wrs oi uie act.
I 5t.l. That the Solicitor of tho Metro-
Hitan District bb requested to use his
'H-ry iiower to ferret out the base of-
i -ri lcr against the laws of the State.
D. L. BBINGLE, Chm'n.
uert A. Long,
Republican Electing in
- the EilXor of the Era :
ik Pursuant to previous
of the Ilepublicans
;"nhip was held to-day at this place,
W.'iIie Purpose or forming a Urant and
ilsoii .Club, to which one hundred
31 thirty-four Ilepublicans attached
-Vmselves and adopted the following
yotersof Brinkleyville Township, do
;;m-t.y obligate ourselves to support
, ... n"-
Aoasmution of the United States
the Constitution and laws of our
i..'Jf tAtenot inconsistent therewith,
Cf to the earnest support of the prin-
t'i'.'e8' platform and candidates of the
i ,jcai Republican party.
L ced, That the proceeding of this
After which the
riou ing named gentlemen were unan-
J 'President, R. J. Lewis; Vice-
;'J Clark; Corresponding Secretary, ber next, the people meet in their res
t'a Ilarvil ; Header, James Vaughn ; pective places of worship and there
!( Vyice and consent of the elective
. 1 ... .
"Kpomi the following gentlemen to
"-mute an Executive Committee:
pnriam Johnston, Mark
.lornon, Alsey Harrison. Green
V-oaion, Burwell AVilkins and Turner
Jhnson. - - , .
pQ motion, the meeting then ad--med
until Saturday next.
Tr It. J. LEWIS, Ch'mn.
J0x IUuvii Secretary.
P. 8. This township fave Caldwell
four hundred and forty-six votes, and
ere the Presidential election they will
all be enrolled as members of the
Brinkleyville Grant and Wihpn Club.
There is no dissension among: the lie-
publicans of Halifax, but instead there'
is amelioration prevailing; to the satis
faction of good Republicans.
Halifax, Oct. 5, 1872.
Republican Meeting: in 'Mecklen
ToAhe Editor of the Era :
Sib A large and enthusiastic Repub
lican meeting was held in Clear Creek
Township, in this county, on Saturday,
Oct. 5th. A large number of both races
were present, and the interest manifest
ed was suchas to cheer the hearts of all
opposed to the Ku Klux party. Gen.
Barringer was present and made one of
his earnest and effective speeches. Din
ner was provided for all in attendance.
A band of music was present and everyr
thing passed off in fine style. Meck
lenburg will give a good acccount of
nerseir in Tsovember.
More anon. Republican.
Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 9, 1872.
Showing the Cloven Foot.
The coalitionists are making loud
claims that they alone can secure for
the country "reconciliation and purifi
cation." This was the burden of Mr.
Greeley.s speeches during his Wes
tern wanderings; It was the substance
of the Cincinnati and Baltimore plat
form : and it i3 the favorite argrument
of all their papers and speakers. S
we nave now one suuicient speci
men oi tne soundness or this claim.
The conduct of the Democrats in Geor
gia, and the way it is received by their
Republican allies, shows very clearly
what kind of reconciliation and what
kind of purification we may expect.
As to reconciliation, it is the old
Democratic method of propitiating the
negro. The arguments are bludgeons,
and the persuasion proceeds from the
muzzle or the revolver. -I he negro
may do as he likes, if he likes to do
what the white man wishes. He may
vote as freely as any one slse, if he will
vote the Democratic ticket. He is
Ierfectly secure in all his rights, if he
will not attempt to exercise them, or
will exercise them only in the interest
of the old master race. This is the
short and simple story. It is. the lion
and the lamb lying down together-j-the
lamb inside the lion.
In Georgia we can see what the
Democrats do when they feel that they
have the power. There was nothing
there to restrain them. The Execu
tive, Legislature, in great part the Ju
diciary, and almost all the machinery
for legal prosecution, were in their
hands. The first use they.1 made of
their power was to disfranchise the
negroe. This they could not do by legal
enactment forbidding them to vote,
but they did it by throwing insurper
able obstacles and embarrassments in
the way of his voting. In this they
stoppea at notmng not even murder.
These proceedings also
us if they get
, J T..,,i a .i
Q th violence-possibly they
Tht, nf thpir n nl Th
were not use to practice it in the South.
But they are ant scholars, and have, in
the motley crew which Warmouth,
of Louisiana, leads, most proficient
teachers. Our dispatches from Atlanta,
this morning, show a clear case of ballot-box
stuffing that would have done
credit to Tammany graduates. We
have already noted the numerous
fraudulent devices adopted on election
day, to aid in keeping away the color
ed voters, the vexatious requirements,
the administration of illegal oaths, the
arbitrary rejection of the votes of ne
groes, the blocking of the halls by
crowds of Democrats, the utter refusal
of the Democratic election ofticers to
take any precautions against fraud.
These things show how the coalitionists
will "purify" the ballot-box. Are
they likely to keep the stream "pure"
which they make thus foul at the
But the mast remarkable feature of
the Georgia case is that the "Liberal"
papers, which could not abide the slow
progress of the Kepubliean party to
ward perfect amity petween the races.
and wnose virtuous souls were horri
fied with the alleged loose practices
they encountered in that party, have
not one word lo say against the pro
scription, violence, and fraud of the
Democrats in Ueorgia. l hey anect to
disbelieve it, and to belittle it. They
call the murder of two negroes, and
the wounding of six others, "slight
rioting," and though only one white
man was injured at an at me lime,
they boldly excuse the Democrats, de
claring that the negroes were the
"original aggressors." Plainly, we
have not much hope for from the cor
rective influence of the renagade Jte
publicans or the old Democrats. In
Georgia we have, in little, what a
Democratic victory would give us
throughout the country the rekind
ling of the malignant hatred of the
war among the unrepentant rebels,
utterly unaffected by tho presence in
power with them of the handful of
Ilepublicans by whose help they would
have climbed to office. The JVew York
A National Tlianksgivingr. ,
By the President of the United, States
A Proclamation : j
Whereas, the revolution of another
vear has again brought the time when
it is usual to look back upon the past
and publicly to thank the Almighty for
ins mercies anu ms uiefssinrs: auu
vvhr.rAns if nnvono neoDlehas moreoc-
casion than another for such thankful-
ness. it is the citizens of the United
States, whoso governments is ineir
creature, subjects to their behests, who
have reserved to themselves ample
civil and religious freedom and equality
before the law, who, during tne last
twelve months have enjoyed exemption
from any irrievous or general calamity.
and to whom prosperity in agriculture,
manufactures and commerce nas Deen
Now therefore by consequence iof
these considerations, I recommend that
nn Thnrsdrtv. the 2Sth dav of Novem-
make their acknowledgments to liod
for his kindness and bounty. j
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be atnxed.
Done at the city of Washington, this
11th day of October in tho year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
seventy, two. and of the independence
of the United States the ninety-seventh.
Signed,) U. S. UKANT.
By the President:
HAMILTON H I3IT, j
Secretary of State.
THURSDAY, OCT. 17th, 1872.
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Local, State and General Items.
Republican ITIeeting- in Chatham.
jrhere will be a Republican meeting of the
citizens of Chatham and Wake at Merry
Oaks, on. the first Saturday in November,
being the 2d day of the month.
'( Ncwi from Georgia.
5th Oct. Georgia gone Democratic 35,000.
7h i Georgia gone Democratic 45,000.
8h ' " Georgia gone Democratic 55,000.
9th ' Georgia gone Democratic 75,000.
"ilold Georsria. Daddv. By G d hold
her.?' ala Ithamkatte huckster-boy.
A U - '
Liberty, Union, Peace. Jno. J. Sharp,
354'i sub-Elector for ihe county of Nash, tvill
address the people at the following times-
apd places, with .other speakers :
-1 Rocky Mount, Saturday, October 19th.
KSDrinir'IIoDe. Tuesdav. October i2d.
Sit. C. Strickland. Wednesday, October 23.
UK V. Wlnstead's, Thursday, October 24.
. Registration Books. The Registrars
will open the books at the Mayor's office,
commencing Wednesday, and will continue
uutil the Election. All that have come of
age or have changed their residence since
the last election will 44 take due notice and
govern themselves accordingly."
Registrar Middle Ward, W. Whitaker.
44 Eastern Ward, D. A. Wicker.
( I Outside, R. L. Pettiford.
"Norfleet Dunston, Registrar for the Wes
tern Ward, will open books same day at his
shop hear the Gas works.
night, the Republicans of
Nowbern participated in a grand jollifica-
ticn oyer therecent Republican victories
in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska
anil tho District of Columbia. Speaking at
thw Flag Pole on Broad street, commenced
at'$ o'clock, and was continued until a late
hour, i Able speeches were made by Messrs.
Li'J. Moore, Charles R. Thomas, Aug. S.
Sejniour and John R. Good, Esq. The
Newbern Cornet Band was in attendance,
ami lurnished excellent music. At a late
hoiir the meeting broke up with three
chwrs for Grant and Wilson. A goodly
crowd, were, on the grounds, and the hap-
pieotj feeling prevailed.
Convention in Lenoir County. The
Neivb em Times says at a Republican nomi
nating Convention, held at Kinston on the
5thi irtst.. James Wood was called to the
chair, and Wm. A. Croom and
apnoMited as .secretaries. Delegates were
present jrom me xownsnips, wnereupon a
ballot1 being had for a candidate to repre
seni lienoir County in the House of Repre
sentatives in the place of Stephen Lassiter,
deceased,: Anthony Davis, Esq., was select
ed as a candidate, and upon rnotion, his
nomination was made unanimous. Wecan
but heartily endorse this selection, and urge
udoji bur friends in Lenoir the importance
of pplling a full vote for him, as he is a man
aboire all other available canaiaates who is
entirely worthy and entitled to support.
' Orcranization. A meeting of the Ex-
ecuive Committee of Winton Township,
IIoAford county, X. C, met and organized
as follows :
Oo motion of J. P. Xewsome, J. P. Rey
nol4 was appointed Secretary.
Tno Chairman then charged the commit-
teo to bo faithful in the work that they were
appointed to perform, and ordered the Sec
retary Eb hand the proceedings of the or
ganization with a list of the names of the
committee, to the-Secretary of Jthe Conven
tion; ; , ' " ,
Ort rnotion of J. P. Reynolds the meeiinj
, ( j J. D. GODWIN, Chairman.
J.fPj Reynolds, Secretary.
TUo County. Executive Committee
J.3). Godwin, (Chairman) J. M. Walden,
W. D; Newsome, J. W. Hall, J. P. Rey-
- I- f if i
Township Conrention. A meeting of
the people of .Winton Township, Hertford
couifty,; was held at Winton on Monday,
the 7tU instairt, for t he purpose of appoint
ing a Townsi$p Executive Committee.
Or motion Af W. D. Newsome', J. D. God
win Mas appointed Chairman, and on mo
tion tofJ. P.Revnolds. J. P. Weaver was
Tlfo object of the meeting was then ex
plained, after which persons of the follow
ing iams were sujnrested for committee
men and on motion of J. M. Walden, were
Committee, J. M. Walden, W. D. Xow-
som, J. D. Godwin, J. P. Reynolds and
James W. Hall.
Or motion of W. D. Newsome the above
named, committee was ordered to meet ana
organise immediately after the adjourn
ment of the Convention, and to report to
the Secretary of the Convention.
Ori motion of J. P. Roydolds, the Secre-
tajy Was ordered to send a copy of the pro
ceedings of each meeting to the Central
ReDifbiican Executive Committee, at
Oninotion of J. P. Walden the Conven
i( ! . 1J. 1). GOODWIN, Chairman.
Josi'pu P. Weaver, Secretary.
Wintim, N. C, Oc t. 7, 1872.
From The Dally News, Oct. 11th.
Diabolism In Ualeign The Sentinel
Office mown to Atoms Tne Press and
Type In Rnlns Awful ExpIosionA
Damning Act of FiendJ.sb.ness and
CrimeA Slow Tl&tch found in the
Ruins. The city of Raleigh was alarmed
about one o'clock this morning by a terrible
explosion, which shook nearly every build
ing in the city.
Soon the alarm of fire was given, and it
was soon ascertained that the noise pro
ceeded from the office of The Raleigh Sen
tinel. The firemen were promptly on the
spot, as The Sentinel office adjoined the En
gine House. Upon examination The Senti
nel press room was found to be in ruins, the
roof of the house being blown to pieces and
scattered in every 'direction, the Dress
which printed The Sentinel was completely
demolished, the type in the composing
room adjoining all knocked down and pied,
and everything in the greatest confusion
and disorder. A large crowd of citizens
soon gathered around the dismantled build
ing, and the impression was universal that
some fiend in human form had blown up
The Sentinel press by placing powder un
derneath. This opinion was fully confirmed by a
subsequent examination of the ruins. A
small job press in the composing room,
which escaped destruction, was examined
and a paper of powder found under it with
a slow match which had been lighted, but
had gone out.
This was proof conclusive that the outrage
was planned by some enemy or enemies of
the Editor of The Sentinel.
It is said that about ten minutes before
the explosion, a colored boy who lives near
the ollico, saw two individuals running olf
from the spot in the direction of the depfct,
with hats in hand.
v e learn mat tne onice and press were
partly insured, but we do not know to what
extent. The press cost some 2,500.
This diabolical and hellish outrage has
excited great indignation, and the vile
wret?h who conceived and carried it into
execution, deserves the severest penalty
that the law can inflict.
Such an act of fiendishness is too infa
mous to be properly characterized and de
Whether from porsonal or political mal
ice, if the heartless villian thinks he can
muzzle The Sentinel, or silence the voice of
a free, independent press, he will certainly
find himself vastly mistaken. The Sentinel
cannot be suppressed by such means. The
loss of the press will no doubt be replaced
in a lew days by a new one.
We extend our unfortunate neighbor our
most heartfelt sympathies, and trust soon
to see it on its feet again, dealing to the en
emies of North Carolina ponderous blows
and denouncing the political crimes Avhich
have brought poverty and desolation to the
State. In the mean time, let the friends of
Mr. Turner and The Sentinel bestir them
selves and see to it that this seeming calam
ity is made to redound to his benefit. Any
assistance that wo can give him in The
News office in the way of editorial courtesy
will be cheerfully rendered.
Jolin ISobinson's Poetry.
'Tis more than forty years ago,
Ere you and I did see a show.
There was a man lived in the West,
He had a farm, 'twas none tho best ;
lie hired a man to carry it on,
Whose name it was John Robinson.
John Robinson.he soon got tired,
And wished the Loru he ne er had hired r
And said to me, " The facts I know,
I'll make more money with a show :"
ffhrew up his land and started East,
nought twenty cages oi wild beasts,
And through and through the country went.
And many and many a dollar spent,
All to perfect his monster show,
To please the boys and girls, you know.
And now it is his great delight
To give two shews both day and night.
'uts up lour tents upon the green,
The biggest ever yet were seen.
iaKemy advice, young man, and go.
With your true love, to Old John's show ;
For a spangled dress is bound to win.
And your love will always go again.
John Robinson will surely come
Through all the land with fife arid drum.
Make way for the great mastodon,
He is the only Robinson.
Now, young men all, be warned in time,
And save your money every dime ;
And from your pockets plank it down
When John Robinson comes into town,
io buy the tickets tor the show,
And when you've seen it, homeward go,.
leu everybody that you meet
That you've enjoyed ie biggest treat,
And if Old John comes here again.
To North, or South, or on the plain,
There's naught can stop me, wind or rain,
From visiting his tents again,
And for one ticket you pass free
Through circus and managerie.
The biggest elephant in all the land
Will gently eat from children's hands.
The camels, too, both black and white,
They are the people's great delight.
The monkeys they are full of fun,
And to their cages bo3's will run.
We've said enough, and we arc dono,
Now go and see John Robinson.
Old John Robinson will exhibit in Ral
eigh, October 21th, 1872.
every one his own doctor Being a
private instructor for married persons, or
those about to be married, both male and
female, in everything concerning the phj'si-
ology and relations of our sexual system,
and the production and prevention of olf
spring, including all new discoveries never
before given in the Fnglish language, by
WM. YOUNG, M. D. This is really a val
uable and interesting work. It is written
in plain language for the general reader, and
is illustrated with numerous Engravings.
All youngmarried people, or those contem
plating marriage, and having the least im
pediment to married life, should read this
book. It discloses secrets that every one
should be acquainted with ; still it is a book
that must be locked up and not let lie about
the house. It will be sent to any address on
receipt of 50 cents Address Dr. WM.
YOUNG, No. 416 Spruce street, above
afflicted and unfortunate.
No matter what may be your disease, before
you place yourself under the care of any
one of the QUACKS native and foreign
who advertise in this or any other paper,
get a copy of Dr. Young's Book and read it
carefully. It will bo the means of saving
you many a dollar, your neaiin, ana pos
sibly your life. . Dr. Young can be consul
ted on any of the diseases described in his
publications by mail or at hi3 office. No.
416 Spruce street, above Fourth, Philadel
phia. 14 w6m
Tne greatest want of the present age is
men and women, neaitny and vigorous in
mind and body. The continued headaches,
weaknesses, nervousness, and varying ail
ments which afflict women are generally
the result of imperfect action of the stomach
and other vital organs. Da. Walker's
California Vinegar Bitters, being
composed entirely of vegetable substances
indigenous to California, may bo taken with
perfect safety by the most delicate, and are
a sure remedy, correcting all wrong action
and giving new vigor to the wholo system.
Wake County- Canvass for Grant and
Wilson. Some of the following named
speakers will address tho people of Wake
county, at the following named times and
Mr. James II. Ileaden, Grant and Wil
son Elector for the District; S. F. Phillips,
Gov. Caldwell, Gen. W. D. Jones, J. C. L.
Harris, Col. I. J. Young, James II. Harris,
Stewart Ellison, Gen. John C. Gorman
Judge Bunting, Calvin J. Rogers, H. C
Jones, R. C. Badger, R. S. Perry, and
Auburn, Monday, October 21st,
Hayes' Store, House Creek, Tues. Oct. 22nd.
Rolesville, Wednesday, October 23rd.
Mark's Creek, Hood's, Thursday, Oct. 24th.
Laws' Store, Friday, October 25th.
Oak Grove, Saturday, October 26th.
AVilv Lynn's, Cedar Fork, Saturday, Oct.
Jim Adam's Store, Phanter Branch, Satur-
! day October 26th.
Foster's, Little River Township, Saturday,
! October 26th.
IJIutchingson's Store, Barton's Creek, Mon-
1 day, October 28th.
Womble's School House, White Oak, Tues-
: day, October 29th.
Lashleys X Roads, Wednesday, Oct. 30th.
Barney Jones', Thursday, October 31st.
Franklin's1, Friday, November 1st.
Millburnie, Saturday, November 2nd.
, I Time will be divided with any Conserva
tive speaker at .Any of the above 'mentioned
places. T. F. Lee,
y ', Chairman Rep. Co. Ex. Com.
Great Republican m ass Meetings.
lions. Samuel F. Phillips, Thomas Settle,
O, II. Dockery, Clinton L. Cobb, J. G.
Ilamsay, and other distinguished Speakers,
will address the people of Forsyth Stokes,
Surry, Yadkin, Davie, and Davidson coun
ties, at the following great mass meetings :
At Winston, Thursday, October 24tb, 1S72.
At Germanton, Friday, October 25th.
At Danbury, Saturday, October, 2Gth.
At Mt. Airy, Monday, October, 28th.
At Yadkinville, Wednesday, October SOth.
At Mocksville, Thursday, October 31st.
At Clemmonsville, Friday, November 1st.
At Lexington, Saturday, November 2nd.
'All persons without regard to party or
color are earnestly invited to hear these
Great Speakers on the momentous ques
tions involved in the Presidential Election
near at hand.
Rally for your country, for Freedom, and
the Union !
I'ublic Speaking. Messrs. John A.
Hyman, J. Wm. H. Paschall, George II.
King and others, the supporters of Grant
and Wilson, will speak at the times and
places designated below :
ShoccO Township, Rayney's Chapel, Warren
county, Saturday, October 19th.
Ransom's Bridge, Warren county, Tuesday,
Fishing Creek Township, Areola, Warren
Co., Wednesday, October 23rd.
RingWood, Halifax county, Thursday, Oc
Judkins Township, Jack Riggan's, Warren
county, Saturday, October 2bth.
Ridgeway, at Park, Warren county, Mon
day, October zbtn.
Warrenton, Warren county, Saturday, No
Come one, come all, and hear for yourself.
Uv the Committee: '
i A. BURGESS
Warrenton, September 25th, 1872. j
Republican Meetings in Cumberland
County. Grant and Wilson Union,
Liberty and Peace ! Public Speakin
and Republican Rally s at j
Lock's Creek. (Blue's,) Monday, Oct. 21st.
Cedar Creek, (Blocke's Store,) Tuesday,
Black River, (Smith's Mills,) Friday,
Flea Hill, (near the Spring,) Saturday,
October 26th. I
Seventy-first, (D. C. Munroe's,) Tuesday,
Quewhiffie, (Jrio. Monroe's,) Wednesday,
: Cross Creek, (Robinson's Spring,) Satur
day, November 2d.
By the Rep. County Ex. Committee.
Fayetteville, October 5th, 1872. !
District Canvass. Mr. James II. Hea
ded), Republican candidate for Elector, will
address the people of the 4th Congressional
District as follows :
Raleigh, Monday night, October 21st.
Smithfield, Tuesday, October 22d.
Selma. Wednesday, October 23d.-
Mark's Creek, (Hood's,) Thursday, Oc
Nashville, Friday, Gctober 25th.
Louisburg, Saturday, October 26th.
Henderson, Monday, October 2Sth.
llillsboro. Tuesday. October 29th.
Lashley's X Roads, Wednesday, Oct. SOth.
Womjble's Store, Thursday, October 31st.
Quackenbnrg, Inday, JNovember 1st. ,
Harper's X Roads, Saturday, Nov. 2d;
Lockville,' Monday. November 4th. j
Joint Discussion Between Candidate
for Electors. Cant. Swift Galloway and
Gen. W. F. Loftin will hold joint discus
sions on the issues of the day at the
following times and places : j
Kinston, Monday, October 21st.
Goldsboro, Wednesday, October 23d. ;
Trenton, Saturday, October 26th.
Snow Hill, Monday, October 28.
New Berne, Thursday, October 31.
liobeson County Canvass. The Sheriff
of Robeson county has made the following
appointments to collect taxes. Col. Nat.
McLean, Mr. James Sinclair and others
will be at these appointments and address
the peojile in behalf of Grant and Wilson :
Howellsville, October 19th.
St. Paul's, October 21st.
Union Chapel, October 22d.
iLumberton, October 23d. j
R. McMillan, Sheriff, I
Lumberton, N. (1
lublic Speaking. William A. Smith,
and others, will address the people of John
ston county at the following times and
. laces: '
- ! Elevation, Saturday, October 19tb.
Ingram's, Saturday, October 26th.
iPine Level, Wednesday, October 30th.
Smithfield, Saturday, November 2d.
iTime will be divided with Mr. Pou, the
Greeley Elector for the State at largtf, at any
of the above places.
Come one ! Come all ! !
Republican meetings The Republican
Canvassers Jfor Edgecombe county will ad
dress the people at the following times and
Rocky Mount, Saturday, Oct. 19th.
Cherry's Store, Tuesday, Oct. 22d.
Piney Grove Thursday, Oct. 24th.
Otter's Creek, (W. Webb's,) Friday, Oct. 25.
Sparta, Saturday, Oct. 20th.
Noble's Mill, Tuasday, Oct. 29th.
Edwards Store, Wednesday, Oct. SOth.
Lewis' Store, Saturday, Nov. 2nd.
Republican Meetings. The Republi
can canvassers for Halifax county will ad
dress the people at the following times and
Weldon, Saturday, October 19th.
Faucett's, Friday, October 25th.
; Littleton. Saturday, October 26th.
Palmyra, Friday, November 1st.
; Scotland Neck, Saturday, November 2d.j
Halifax, Monday, ovemijern.
New Advertisements. :
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WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
For COUC1SS, COLDS Ac HOAKSEESS,
These Tablets present the Acid in Combi
nation wun oiner enicient remedies, in a
popular form, for the cure of all THROAT
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stantly being sent to the proprietor of relief
in tuses oi inroat aitliculties of years
kT Don't le deceiv
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imitations. Get only WeII Carbolic
Xabiets. Price 25c. per Box. Send for
Circular. JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
IS Piatt St.. N. Y..
56 4w Sole Agent for the U. S.
QQ Kf A MONTH easily made with
piilUU Stencil and Key-Check Dies.
Secu re Ci rcu lar and Sam pies, free.
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made from 50c . Call and examine
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dish Jn. Par-
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K a day to Agents, sellingC'ainpuign
p.JL fj Badges, for Ladies and Gents as
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aii eiegant engraving, peneet likenesses,
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Sample latest styles Wedding cards, Notes,
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A prospectus of the
People s Standard
Bible, 550 illustra
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Send name and address to
ZIEGLER A McCURDY,
581 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
JL 1NG" How either sex may lascmate
and gain the love and "affections of any per
son they choose instantly. This simple
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mail, lor zoc together with a marriage guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
ifce. A queer, exciting book. 100.000 sold.
Address T. WILLIAM ifc CO., Pubs.,
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rii 'J'ibi-; woiciiiAii class, malo or
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and valuable package of goods to start with
sent free by mail. Address, with 6 cens re
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DUTY OFF TEAS !
FYTR& INnilHFMFNTS FOR HIIIRS!
SEND FOR NEW CLUB CIRCULAR 1
Which contains full explanations of Pre-
THE WAY TO OBTAIN OUR GOODS !
Persons living at a distance from New
York, can club together, and get them at
the same price as we sell them at our Ware
houses in jNew lorK. in order to get up a
cliib. let each nerson wishing to ioin sav
how much Tea he wants, and select the kind
and price from our Price List, as published
in our circulars. Write the names, Kinds
and amounts plainly on a list, and when the
club is complete send it to us by mail, and
we will put each party's goods in separate
packages, and mark the name upon them,
with the cost, so there need bo no confusion
in distribution each party getting exactly
what he orders, and no more. The funds
to pay for goods ordered can be sent by
dratts on Isew York, Post-Ofhce money
orders, or by -express. Or, we will, it de
sired, send the goods by Express, to " col
lect on delivery."
The Great American Tea Co.
31 Ac 33 VESEY STKEET, lw
P. O. Box 5643. New Yokk City.
- ! ' J. 1 - 11
For FALL SOWING
armer's Fav or i tel
Bone Manure !
FOR SALE BY
I. B. RUSSELL, General Agent,
No. 16 Bowly's Wharf, Baltimore, Md.
It is not a phvsic which may give tem
porary relief to the sufferer for the first few
doses, but which, from continued use brings
Piles and kindred diseases to aid in weak
ening the invalid, nor is it a doctored liquor.
which, under th popular name of 44 Bitters"
is so extensively primed ou on tne puoiic
as sovereign remedies, dui it is a mui
powerful Tome and alterative, pro
nounced so by tho leading medica: autnori-
ties of London and Paris, and has been long
used by the regular physicians of other
countries with wonderful remedial results.
Dr. Wells' Extract of Jurnbeba
retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to
the plant and must be taken as. a permanent
Is there want of action in your Liver
and Spleen 1 Unless relieved at once, the
blood becomes impure bv deleterious secro-
tions, producing. scrofulous or skin diseases,
Blotches, Jtelons, Pustules, Canker, 1'im
ples, Ac, Ac.
Take Jiirubcba to cleanse, puriiv anu
restore vitiated blood to healthy action.
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomacli t Un
less digestion is promptly aided the sj'stcm
is debilitated with loss of vital force, pov
erty of the Blood, Dropsical lendeucy,
General Weakness or Lassitude.
Take it to assist Digestion without reac
tion, it will impart youthful vigor to the
Have yon weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or
the dreadful Inflammation of the Bowels.
Take it to allay irritation. and ward off
tendency to inflammations.
Have you weakness of tlie Uterine or
Urinary Organs 7 You must procure in
stant relief or you are liable to suffering
worse than death. ;
Take it to strengthen organic weakness or
life becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to
keep the system in perfect health or yoa
are otherwise in great danger of malarial,
miasmatic or contagious diseases.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IS Piatt St., X Y.,
Sole Agent for the United States.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. . oct 15. 56 iw.
No. 1 Fayetteville Street.
RALEIGH, A7". C,
And Blank Book ' Manufacturer.
Newspapers, Magazines, and Law Books.
of every description, bound in the very best
style, and at lowest prices.
Old numbers of Supreme Court Reports
taken in exchange for binding. 90 tf.
io Corset bus ever en
joyed such a. world-wide
The demand forthcin
is constantly increasing,
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Ask for t ii o.mpsos a i: M'm;
fiLOVi: ri'ITl.Xi COUSin. Everyone
beinjr stain ned with the name THOMPSON"
and the trade-mark a Crown. I
Sold by nil Flrt flat Dcalrrw.
PARADE TO It 011
. for tho CtAmiaic;' of is7'.,
MV isa striking novelty in tho
torch line, ihe burning lluid
being contained in the ja k
ing, prevents all dn;or of
dripping and sii ling the i-Sotli-ing,
and is rfeotly s,af in
handling. By blowing thro'
a tube in the liamllo
A COU'JIA OF FI.A.1IE
is, thrown thn o fort into tho
nir. producing a beautiful and
startling plftvt.nml illumina
ting avido area. ThisTorch
i - i . . '
5 i ricfr.-rr ami nnnairr limn
iPavo or throe cent.- inr nlhi.
Manufactured and sold bvts. M. AIKMAX
tv .yj., -oj a can mreei. .ev lone.
Manufacturers of Ship. K It. and Hand
Lanterns. ."; Aw
The undersigned having on tho 3d of Oc
tober, 1S7-, taken out Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of A. J. Davis, deceas
ed, of Wake county, hereby notifies all per-
sons having claims again.it said estato to
present tho samo for payment on or before
the 20th of October, PS73, or this noli-o - 111
do pieaaea in bar ot their collection. Thoso
indebted to said fstato will please call and
Further Notice. i
I shall sell at public auction, for cash, at
tho late residence of the said A. J. Davis.
on Wednesday, tho 2Uth of November, 1872.
A 1 . A. -a..j. 1 tm 1
ADoui mu uarrcis oi corn, ;
M . 225 bushels of wheat. r
tho shocks and fodder from 100 barrels of
corn, some 46 or 50 bushels of oats, lariro
quantity of wheat straw, a quantity Of cot- !
ion, sweet poiaioes, sc. Also, two lino
mules, a two-horse wagon, one ox cart, ono
one-horse wagon, two oxen, ni no or ten
head of cattle, including beeves, 'milch
cows, yearlings, Ac
A, lot ol sheep, ID or 20 hogs, itu ludincr 0
fattening hogs, shoats Ac.
Also, larimng utensils, including nlouirhs.
hoes, scythe blades, wheat fan, cutting
Kime, crusiiing machino lor making svr-
up, Ac. Also household and kitchen fur
niture, including 2 beds, bed-steads, .also
2 shot guns and 1 rille, 1 silver watch, and
other articles too .tedious 1 to nicntioin Tho
sale to begin at 10 o'clock, on tho 20th of-
November, and to continue from dav to-dav
until all tho projerty is sold. j
Tins tne l4 tn tlay ot October. 1872.
18 w6w W. T. GUN TLB. Adminlsfr.
TE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Wm. J. Bradle as Administrator of John
W. Bradley, deceased. Plaintiff,
Heirs at Law of John W. Bradlev. Defend
ants. To make Real Estato Assets,
An action having been 'com nienecd and a
summons issued therein, against the heirs
at law of John W. Bradley, deceased, re
turnable ;t tho Clerk's j ollico in Jackson.
Northampton.- county, Ni C, on tho 2d dav
of Decern ber j. A. D., 1S72, in which tho
plaintnl asks authority fo sell tho land of
the said John W. Bradley for assets, 'and it
appearing to the satistaction of tho Court
that the defendants, Elizabeth Mooro,; W. J.
Moore, Nancy Morgan, Benjamin Morgan.
Georgo E. Bradley and Zebideo Bradl'-v.
are non-residents, it is ordered by tho Court
that publication bo made, once a week, for
. . : - : .. I i rnt - ' . .. ...
huccuksivu wuciiM, in j. ne jnroitnoL jura.
a newspaper published in tho city of Raleigh,
notifying the said defendants t appear at
tho said time and place, aud answer or
demur to tho complaint, or .petition, in said
action filed, or judgment will bo rendered
Witness, JV. R. Odom, Clerk of tho Su
perior Court for tho county of North- .
U s. ampton, at tho Clerk's ollico In Jack
son, this t lie 7th day of October. A. D..
1872. N. R. ODOM. Clerk
Superior Court Northampton county.
18 v.Ow. I
CRES OF LAND.
Bankrupt .Sale of Keal and Personal
On Tuesday, tho 8th day of OctoberL lh72.'
I shall sell to the highest bidder, fort cash,
m tho town ot Ixuusburg; In rnviklin
county, North Carolina, tho tract of land on
which Archibald Taylor now lives, about
four miles west of Potis' gold mine, in
Franklin county, North Carolina, contain
ing, by saul A. layJors Hchcdulw,1 2,271
acres. 'A his is a very valuable and produc
tive tract of land, a large portion of which
is! in original growth..-with about 500 acres
of rich low grounds on it. It also has all
necessary outhouses, y,nci as barn'-., stables,
Ac., and a store house for merchandising:
also, a splendid dwelling house, larj.rc and
commodious, built at considerable eot. On i
this laud, Ix iiig m ar i'otiV gold mine, i a
judges to lo very r
in JNorth Caroline.
At the same time and
d piace, l shall sell
for cash, to the highest bidder, between ifX)
and oOiJ accounts, duo lUl-S notes, receipts,
Ac, amounting' to about v,0M. Persons
wishing lo make a good investment of their
funds, would do well to have un cyo to this
tract of land, as it is very aluablo.
1 1 1 J 1 1 A 1 1 D W. HA KRIS, A ssi -.'neo
of tho Estate of A rchihald Taylor.'
Oxford, N. C, Aug. 15. 1S72. - 11 wJJw
SWAMP LANDS FOR SALE !
rpiiL FOLLOWING SWAMP LANDS
North CnrolirM arc offered for sala;
iwanip in Robeson, 1-1,000 acres;
White and Brown Marsh in Columbus
and Bladen, 24,000 acres ; : .
Holly Shelter in New Hanover, 5S,240
acres ; j
Angola Bay in New Hanoverand Duplin,
50,000 acres ; ' . ' -
White Oak in Jopesand Onslow, 85,000
acres, subject to the right of tho PI niter's
Railroad Company, to alternate section
thereof upon completion of the Railroad
through the said Swr.mp;
Open Ground Prai ie in Carteret, 87,000
acres ; f
Dover Swamp in Craven, 75,000 acres ;
Cat Fish in Craven, 8,320 acres ; !
Bay River in Beaufort and Craven, 41,000
Swamp Land in Dare count v, Durants
Island, 8,000 acres. " r
Sealed bids will bo received for any ono
or more of the above named Swamp,) until
the 10th day of December next. Tho land
will not be sold in small parcels. j, r
A letter containing a bid should bo ad
dressed to tho undersigned and endorsed,
" liid for Swamp Land." I i
ALKX. McIVER,! j
See. Board of Education, "
Raleigh, N. c;
October 5tb, 1875.
LADIES TAUGHT SHIRT A DRAW
ER CUTTING. Invaluable Instruc
tions to those desirous to make shirts at
their own homes. Address S. D PAT. CO.,
Baltimore, Md. 4 4-:tr.