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TheyRepublioaiu B ALE1GO. N. l JULY 30 1880 W' pnMieeti to c numniioe 4a fion Mc. N. D WiPiMb. of Fr.nk Union, favHng tha rwpl -f tb lLne tad law. TbU Uw h brn ppqUrly lgaidda.ODuf h great t safe-gas row tor booaat daaa. Holai Af.f r poUuoa of oar M&rw what it may, I Ma tba aU w KfbliMKn candidate VtAI taudai for Uta) "?WP aaaj to aboat mat tt. "Ton bet,M raaaatkad Brwr aTl ga ia. wegoa.' Ba voat go' L aythlaf K .Co lal'. atMp4 aw,- . T - S.' tkltLtC'tadlU teoaaf'Ua e4a- HUUy Botaagarapaak with paitiva- 7X p.UagaiflitOarflald. After Uey had wtpad off lialr mHi of oar tUia( nteo'ar)y tb .poorer aa.iaia.1 'tr- th. prooaaaiaa refnraaad aad atartae! lalav nMtthaaofauL- gw aa.pch Uuaa iJg- i Boabd a Masndxae Stawart E (wen, stem hwsv sea, noftteet J elf rare, B- J. ZdWardA, Mali' t&mfyt. Tow otet3torSV a . . Al 7- anam 1 x the opj-A m.. :cviri. w .... ... r-. VTlvfW r nM ra elMW. ! f Wratalf arr iKr fs V jywfp4r. Ifwoanitet Mdpckm W axi No p par Mat aaeaa paid fa la braafter to any eddr adraaoa. Notic. to OoKUsroxDsra, Hanoi Ur parties sanding na matter for pnbHralon man ' ? Un Mm fdl taotol of poetafce ktim ahall discontinue paying -poeJ.T. m thia offioa doe on aoch matter. Au urmi relating to anbeeajptlona, .dvenlsemeDtl ud business generally, " fa.ast be addressed to B. & QvafwEkui Do Manager, Baleigh, N. C GsnafuaiCATxaa. for publication ire re rju sated to b addressed to the Editor of 'AmrTBsrvwunm, Raleigh, N. C. Republican County Coktbn tion. A Convention of the RepoblioeLS ul Vkt oounty. for the nomination of e. ndidates for tha Ganeral Assembly end oounty offices, will ba held in Raleigh, on Monday, tha 13th day of September, 1HS0, at 12 o'clock, M., and will constat of three dalegataa and threa alternate from oh elaotion precinct Delegates and al ternate, moat bring credentials. Ilia oounty committeemen, respectively r.b airmen of precinct committees until tba lueetlngs presently to ba mentioned, will rail primaries In each preotnot on Satur lay, tha 11th of baptembef, 1880, at i.uch t oor aa tby may dealf-sata, to elect dele gates and alternates tajaaounty conten 1MB I Thaaa axaeatiTVo anaatcd to aoaet in F- vhVoh tba mvC a- Hembla-NtH IMlrpoaa aaatkiaattee for tne w . ,1 II 11 A I. Z.iT j orampi uw napnoiioia wpu"iy r. eoottT Canouttee: W. W. WHITE, Cb u. T. loKts, Secretary. SplenStd raioa this week, bat the weather ia a till warm. Oailat the BepobUoan baadqnrtera . ai.d oifioa of tha N. O. fijpcamuv, oor net of Hargett and Saliebaaf itgdeta. . Oaryonnj friend F. Dentin hu : . bee 'piita'lU aad ooaflned .tofhia room ts-h' U to otalecUiig an oooniT. w . -Vl;1 MTaral daya. jTh are ftraea him oajwa street a. V BeT. Ellnhft Vtriok Mft Ibis city"4 ST'V Wednaaday for an through t&aiin tba in NOrdef Q.BJ We ood" worn haigag6h)nvt i tUa, appoint d batiTaCommi t, which faat at I tha 22nd inataut, ia oompaaad of wing persons; J.J. Mott, W W. P. Canadayr 1 Kai- r v J. H. Hatha, jfhoAAi Kaogh and L. Wrf TT 5DirooloreAa4a&r ffvM wared Wcti be hMa4wM to nteffeot. is an off at TO An .rtS.ahYuroer 'vt)n of Hani ii 2 -Judge XJoVaayahe doesn't want any rell Judge. You are aed hobuHale man and we have i g ahQ4, desired lexpres8 io some way one tery grtfM eateamVor yon aa an in dividual U&a haTald last given un the dHiW6pportnuitifcf aoferifj( per aonal favor. You iwant to negro votou We shall see to iyihat your wish in this respect is strictly oomplUdwitb. We hav droa of Fair As iia. wtioh- jart PuTSmh i XMXS. TO! fDllcv n a trTfc. of the ad tb. BhaKaSfy af iievb th .rf will be 1 V ami 1 SJa .-iJ f ,s grartoratv lajykajdtisaaaLi -a-fnl Rr-i' Uuinon anddef -Xtr.-.J'ffe 4of.nyl O'l.K v-H,fna their Vr K-Ti. first iba baMUrJl oon- f Webioleti. a ffftttJQBBtalla. Tbli l department Ul b cbfortably ommer and Bratably warm In - 1 bare are two wells if c m the side, tha )tu r has . foroe rut freaaVit' to with Jip ran. ftfl .b)ve, which i aOeiaa aw) .took. I Mil. tbr,waatiicg 'J lis t.bla iaapov In oloae ptOatmUv oae, l'lelOo.. YarfadfoHc Na- tionJf hptel, ajM thw. Depot. We wih tl klipgh hd . ihcraaand saeh oolorrd fff jI,atBe.fiaK. rrn VrA In tbeJwSvTha s-cd Jwod m used f on ltd sr Tha hUklgh of l now aider tha coat viand euparo-J tf the Republican State ZAeoariva Coni-uittee, At present H will W tarn d aa a wetkly. Itaillbe tbly edited, sod will keep ap a g-illiag fl'a opoa tbe wot k of the enemy tlir- ub oat iba campaign. Kor the North Carolina Ff imMU un. A Political OrteTance." WiunwoTOH, N. C , Jaly ?! Editor North Cinvh'na RrjmbfUtm ; ' I rend with very lunch in eret yonr editorial ooder the bead " Colored Brpab lioaniHui,' in the Kefvblican of tha 23d iuHt. I am truly triad to know, that while as an able and untiring adrooate of He publicanism, you aaa not wholly Indiffer ent to the shameful and unreasonable ex cluttioo of colored ltepnblicans from an equitable participation in the distribution of Federal patronage (at least) in North Carolina. But, Mr. Editor, don't you thuik, in your delay until after elaotion, you are putting your demand for a proper recognition of our claim Just a little too far off f Don't you think the time has folly oome when wa should ' cry out " attainat this evil ? Don't you think oar demand would meet with a little more consideration runt ttui after the eUi'l q T Jpn't "fWTlnk wa w old be inspired in br, oraafnx'.'h, ad. rallyfni oSr ibreirf Waapi the glorioai old banner of Rcpobttoat. if we wre not o-mj fronted with the fsct, that in all tha Federal offices in North Carolina, not a air.gle one ia filled b? a colored man, (a few unbotdirate posit ion in Wilmington and New R.-rre fxc'p'd,) wMle )Ofitior.a jn the K venoe Drpait. ment, Pout Ofuoni ni.d other 1ho4 are filled hy Democrat to the exclusion of white and colored ' uMicana w) n are fully competent and qinLfipd for p itiou ? Wa bare joung. colored men io nevly irarj ooromaoHy ia the State, who, by the labor,. toil, raonomy and peraeTeranoe of rarenta an4 frienda, Hare acquired an edncntion, ar d are'fully qualified for the dntiea of poaition of honor and emolu lanQ-t the highest poaitiou to whioh i a btt : av Ta aataaaba, this in right, let aa "grin antf (MtJirwhbH ont a nuirmor ot a word ' f aoraplalht. if on th othr ban 1, It ia wrong t'ian a should drttounre it to ihn lutterrai terms, demand an immediate redrew of onrgrter- anoes, and continue to raise our voices lnBt ,he il-oontinne our appeal to r . - jS.'.J,rDPI-lwB 'Wo other cla of ppo;ilo on erth, msk g any claim lmtev.-r to ci!iti'r, lib any sulf aporrcia ion. r nV aauim- onf ,a higher moral slaLJltd than would have qak tly abmUed to W. ntrtge upon their tnaob'Kid lor elve years as thy lpadfiiy colored men of North' Carolina. ' '. I Now let tb party loaders da justice to IhJaJoba an'gaaiaarwiiimwfittST toe fiepub- tent wnWirwitT resu't iu u equitable dis tribution of Fed-rnl itroiiage awon white and ooloy' It -pn'fioeo, ad the rallying for thted mp hUf oof Btate from the gmn jk Deuoeraov will ahaka the rti.srir aa we, en masae, pn to tfie rescue J t don't let, tu wait umil after alsW Uo dematd bur Tights, for then tt Y Ji too late tcyaspecifnlly yonrs V ami Far th North Cartdlo. RciiiiMlcan. ynw Home Koaie.taAd Law. y Fhamklinton. N (; , July 21) itor North (irolina tepuJilisan : The broeHtehd of this Sute gives a tnan if lMK) worth of real eH'ate aad $IHX) wort n or rr)nil property, ni far ao tod. Tito oohve l people hat betn anghtto lliev !i tit forfbair es- .pecial IttiBtfit that 'his law w enaotad. Imald . I a-'' ""V" V - nai . aj tm w Mavi ra. ,W?row-I at-'6feT maT tTlffier been a Jtepnblioan and at the same time' I bve been oarrytng on a small buaiaeax, bat I have yet to ea where the homen'ead benefit to the oolored people. It credit and ulaoea them in a con tjon of abjaot slavery, for by it they are beroreflnoy oahaqak. any pmchaae, oaah, to give n mortgage on their s and chattels h!ch places them un. det leaal b'igations that their whole anllhrnce is bound to sitinfy. Thoe aln cltanol give pat't-fBoiorj awtU'anoaa or colluWm's nre If-ft out in tba c .Id J'ow inypru'UOe ia tht thos whom I trstd oifaair,horor have proved recro ant to that .aJred trnnt and left me to mourn the faj of inv ro1h, Wer it like it was in tr !nllum tiuiei ho hs only to .llowa jusn.V), the,ra are a gieat many who Nwld aot rtitj so reckWly in tlebti Tbe horuenU-ed ws to 1m for tbe benefit of (Ltt Jdrtpil man ami I havo jft to flnI the colu&l uts w rlii 1,.VK,. aoit ia only a benefit to a curtain olmw of wLilo pe-oplo, and Sahara ns from collect- Kor tha Horta-Ca Educational aid PotttlaaL KntarOH, N. 01, Jaly PUaae allow m. apaoe in yov aJbj esteemed piper to inform your vaaery reader, of our aductlonal prograaV Kinaton. W. have juat oloaed a eaj7a reaaful aohool oomm.noing ia Ootobaf. H7ii, ard ending Jaly I6ih, 180, axteaaVI: ing as will be aeea through a pariod of ten month!. Tba attendance was quia, larga rauning ap aa' high a. 140 aad nevar falling below 8o puaUAX Xh teaoaaf wffa. Vlra. K. S. Jonee ha. atow bataaM to ba) highly qaalified for the post ahe ha. flUatTTv tl 1 1 I I . , 1 1 w. xiar laoora nave uvea eiM)Quea wiut oeaa and given great aatiafaotioa. Aa a evidence :t the progreaa made Jby hat tcholara some of them were examined for teachers certificate, afurf h.t aahaiat ttSpatd and acquitted thamaalve. io a wajr that at-" fleeted credit npon themaelva. 'aad th'akr teacher. One of th.ai, ft'Jj old girl. Nancy Birden bj. paaa. raaal?ajl a oartifl sate of tbe seoond grade. Tai.ia considered quite an aobtewetneat, for the ex.mir.tion. are rigidly .joducted" the fxsoiioer bing the editor of tha Kiaatoo out nal. I tasnre you that paa who aw cure, a acoood grade oartiftoMte from him tunat give good proof that ha deaervea it, Mja N4ucy'a aurcesa aboaxthat bar train- oeUotad. rMft aataWhtten moDtb.JSZS liUla.dffiTultytthf oapnamaj. r ed xeaionaiy to this and and happily cowued ibeir labors by aeeuilng as teach er Mr, J mes who in an scconipliahed lady arid a ,Jpaa dilute of Obarlin College, If the rarthtoohoot the Btate wa. bieaaad a itb atrclf tbjht rs as Mr. Joo. oor gre wonld' indeed ba inirked .nd rpl Ka iwWtg. j p taar r and . knowledge k disaemlnated aatong tha eol-f irMopaf by oompetent Uielier. lfka aaalWTU power to - Itertte I ."th.frchoo) cloaed three week, abort of iha tfms for which it waa to run on ao Ooaatof the ekoemive hett. On the last - ryprjpif and (rienda war. lasted ertalned with . spir- aaaaaa, , l r W, popUa Jemr onhdef iad oake www.r.siMdjPa--- and rue eeaaion waatnaott er lived, ifi . j r . . . J t(s left on the 21at for her borne Washington City, where aha will intend several weeks. We expect to opea school aain in September. With Gens. Oermdld an6 Arthur aa our candidates for Preidt And Vioe Presi- ,r lurrmgax for GoW . H , , aiit-Governor and d nit, and Pax ton and smor aud LI. u.enau Orlando HnhHi for Congress, we of this section feel ooniidint of saccsss in the district, State and nation. Our prospects were never better. The Doinocrats boast loudly of what they are going to do bat tbey do this with, the hope of frightening timid RepubftMftS, and to keep their own qourage up. f I Tbe Deinooraoy of, North Carolina has been weighed In th 4wnting. Tbeuhand, w.11, and after Nov in the good Oil North Ph j Yours fofBjpabiioan suoocss and Negro advasaeTWbnt. L, H. Fi, Political Notaa. liiuc would e do donbt about the Republicans carrying Florida If the votes oonld be fairly counted. Ia the South, majorities are determined by the Demo oratio Election Canvassers. jjf, A LtAUiNo Democratic paper arTSbnih ero Indiana speaks of Mr. LandersTJem dcratio candid ite for G ivernor, as "the m Heiat le, illiterate demagogue and pro fusion ai office hnnfer who diHgracmi the bead of tbe Deiuacratiu 8. ale tiukot." kaKwUatauaf.he Uowaier Democracy ia anything but lovely. , Andbiw E Elmore, . prominent Wiv onnsin Demoorat, has snrprtoid his polit ical aaaooiattiarTry the decoration that he too will iflot vote for HanoOoh. Fie aav. Iauoock's gullibility made him the sport of every practio! Joker among the Cabi net officers of President JohLsan's Cani net, and that in conBKjnenoe of this sus ceptibility he is unfit to occupy the posi tion of Presideiit. Thk Albany Journal makes this humor ous hit : To bnmmers bo Vera lately picked out of a Chicago gu ter and palled ioto a handy station hoane, were asked for their uaru, wherrupon one of there promptly rpoke np nod ait, with a merry tail. kin in Iiih cje, "I'm Moody and my friend's Sankey 1" Toe Dernooratia lrty ia tl iH year of grace MH.K0jB equally bnnipropn. Wheu akd abo it is it blips on a military coat, atsume a martial air ahd nteSi Ml' ' li Mayor tlaneral Wtn field Boott man-on-boretafjJfe,-soJdar. loving party, I am !" '" ' J h i. i i bdihSkHanpon the mlw0aWaaafe. ru 1 a '6roowBmUbw, bla,. ,JLU he had, to do was to send polioeman.havs tha aoimal shot, and Jotie. .boat 0, the value of the at. Smith notified the polioenian, 'Jtarted out to ee Jones, and inform omuaiiy aooui ine aooiaent. JNow, IJ 1. a oonaiderahle oT a wag. Hap iBrowo, ha asked if Brown aot wanl btft a hotaa. It had been dream or Uroao lira To alt behind a e of his own and oall out " s'lans f wanted a cheap horse and one that was A, so that whan Smith put the queation hit m Brown replied: " May be so; if have the right kind of a horse. In he lyftady, qoiot hone ?" .VM is tbe qaieteHt Dorse you ever fU. m . . ... f$ Woa't bite or kick, aad is not likely awav " LlTf ha bites, kick, or runs sway, I'll JjSinsitu" aaid Browa, " what are yau t6r the wotrdarfot animal T" TW JTOQ JiftyaJJ(a cheap. He ia floe bay horse Junta naod to own. I'll have him for 921. Give me 1 and your note for $20 more, and it mora na for the ... .. money rghtff." thought W hlmaelf: "This ia atda opportunity. Smith has been JMatCxUh ootton fn tares, and ia riooTvr!Zar t' Zr: ZTTmTy of -xxasx tn net bis guardian ;" ao a jmw he planked down the dollar and gave his .note for th4a,bahttia9. - -; A ' If Brown wa. pleased w u - . 1th lb. trade, Smith was still more so. He called to asV6ral frioiids, and treated the ciowd with h dollar, after whioh the procession rtf-urued and marched down to the stable to nee Brown's new purohaae. When tbey got there the polioenian bad already Bhot thw poor brute, and he looked like all aa n ally needed was an inquest. Brown looked very much that way himself. He toned pale and then got red behind the eurf. i'hen he smiled, but it was not a particularly be<by smile. Smith tried to help matters ; and as soon as the crowd hl quit holding their sides, he said jar4rVij?it; " Now, Brown, I don't want you to tell aufixnly that I .wlndled you. I call on thefe gentlemen to witness that I have doue the square thing. This is JoneB's bay horse, the identical ore I sold you. I gnsTanteed he would not bite nor kick, aud.yon cannot provoke hitn to run away l tbink b nils the bill. I want you to Uke him off or I'll charge you for keeping him. . "Boys," said Brown, 4,doa't give me sway 1 know I am not the only fool on GWyeaton Island. Let's go and hnnt for a daplioate, and I will set 'em np." Tbey strolled out and met Hobinson. "Dook here, Robinson, don't you want a right good here, at a bargain ? I've just boOaht Jones s floe bay home. He cost rigtaally. and he is in lust the same ition be waa when Igrj. him." 'hP aaid Robinson, "things are Wd iprse feed ia awful hlcrh. A hitrh. frm, like Jones's bay. will eat eadfc-ta nailme." "that trhere you are fooliog yourself. lie-eat. lei. than any horse you sver saw. By thunder, no horae can eat leas than he ran." "Ain't he a little frisky ?" Brown shook his head and replied : "You are doing that horse1 injastioe. Yon can tell by looking at htm that he is not that kiod of an animal. "I'll let you have him for just what I gave for him . 20-fi in, and your not, seenred ty such men as HeUlenlieimer. for the bal. anoi, I've got to have money." K ibitiHon thought it was wean to take advantage of Brown's dintroMa, but then it wa Aot his lookout. If he waaout of his b.Vwhy duln't he have the court ap pobjt av gpardian ? So he planked down tl and gave the note, on the condition that the horse would go In a wagon. 1 latcro hfai ?nt arable apppar ndaaa. NEW BABBEB SHOP. Proctor c3 Orosa Eat side Wilmington street, between Hargett and Martin streets, next door soutA)f J. 8. Taylor's. Gentlemen desiring clean shaves and fashionable hair cuts will do well to give us a call. Doa'i fail to oome aod see us. and wa wiu give you poUte atteaAoa aft prioe. Suit the times. - , 4r Tnata " '. 4 And razors keen. M'Jl tf PBOCTOR A CROSS. jJEIUUCK A GAUDNEK, Dtnlers in GUOC E Ji I E S aND COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY South Front Street, near the ReilroU. Newborn, N. C JOHN A. UAYWAHD, Attorney and Counsellor washinotonJX. rraotioea before the States Courts and the Departments, po sitions taken. Advioa.htaiL-f, &n receipt of stamps. fet METRO POLITAN; 17 VANS' METB0jrofilf, me House, oaJlf theit VM Ifc i. Plat .n aaa. IT0. btetaa,q mm MATTBtSSEa SjJ Corner Fayetteville and D.vie Struts. RALEIGn, N. 0. American House. New Boarding House on Fayetteville Street, one block south of the Yarborough. I take great pleasure in announcing to the oitixens of Raleigh and the traveling public generally, that I have opened the above named house for tLeir aooommoda tion by tho day, week or month. No pains will be spared to make the AMERICAN HOTEL, one of the first iu tbe State. Perfect Jpfder wtt he main tained. W.iUtTIlWS. GEO. MITOIIELL, NKWBEEN, N. O. j ST iaCTvIB-CtAB8 ii ?'.yU,i , ftEJM. MODERATE. Looatedaiar AtUnHo wd North GardSfaa ' r . Railroad Depot. St LAWRENCE IWW EDKNTON STREET, RALEIGH, N. C. This weujkoown house is near tha i oipU Railfoad Dot, aud one block f if the Capitol, It offers superior accommo dations to boarders. Travelers will tad it to their advantage to stop there. Terms, t per day or 15 per Mrs. Roj tnsy 27.-11 ' Propriofreaa. A at Latrti ill. I I T -a 3 i y-m tw. ft it And l n.'.p'it t tST?23D Are now receiving and offering FOB SALE Every Variety of Domaatlo and Foreign Dry Goods, Fancy Qooda, Notiona, Hosiery, Hate, Olovea, Boots and aboes, and will give mora and bettor goods for the MONEY any any oth.r bouse in the city at f?r!L 1oa1o T ol3t3oxaa. and carry a large stock for tbe purpose, and guarantee a NT to sell him as cheap aa he oan buy anywhere. a YEAROAN, PETTY & CO., XlAloigOx, 2W. O. w I L L lAE SIMPSON, Wtkoler ale and Retail D It U G BALEIOH, DRUGS, PATENTlflWhlB , CHEMICALS. Toilet Articles, French, Eogliah and German Perfumery, Hair, Tooth, Nail and Flesh Brushes, Soaps, Combs, SHOULDER BRACES, TRUSSES, QARDKN ANI FIELD SEEDS, Agricultural Ohemioals, and everything nauallf kept in a A r at class Drug Store. UD0NT FAIL T0 BEAD THIS " JOS. P. GULLEY has on hand a fine and stock of well selected DRY GOODS, - CLOTHING. SHOES. BOOTS, HATS, Ac , (latest styles) whioh he offer, at the Tery fV toweat price.. I xTTha largest assortment In the State of PEN'S and MILES' SHOES. "lLf: " jaj jwui iuvvichi alUU Kl TV JUU1 apl29 lm estamOsiied jflius lewis. 865 n. w. west. i JULlUfA LEWIS 6x CO. EVBRYjDE "a so, . voors Leather lUGfaBLWAGON.'' RALEiaHf'N. 0. 30-tf 0 eijL . II i K HIM Attoroy cat XaA-virv KALEKJH, N. C. Office 8 nth of Onurt House, next to Old Sentinel Building. Practices in all the Courts of tbe State. WU It'll IS VUKAI-EST1 a.iHrV njJiJB'S DURHAM, rwatafnfoffXQDlDea full nf tha txst 8mok. lag Tobacco made, or on oouimon cigar? Each coate the same. m S TV !.f r - bp ?fc ' . jatac-; aa BCrSg. S trgoawWook in A'lJL. Mann 4ra)f th. osle k& iD y24 miuiaaiwr J. i.