DR McCotter PART I

DR McCotter PART I - Letter Horn It MessrSi Editors: Please to say...
Letter Horn It MessrSi Editors: Please to say through your paper to the Demo allow me ciats of Pamlico county that I do not desire, neither will I accept if offered, the nomination for the House of Kepre-I sentatives. Two years ago a majority of Democrats, in convention assembled at Bayboro, recommended me for the nomination of Senator. I made an ad- dress at the time, aud a worthy Demo- crat said JudgeBuxton would have prop-given fifty dollars for it. The Senatorial convention nominated J. T. Respass, and he was elected. He is now doing all in his power to disrupt theDenio- cratio party, and will likely be the standard-bearer of the Republicans. I coun-was too much of a Radical for the wire.- secre-pullera of the party, who themselves wanted to climb into office. , I At the convention at Washington in June ultimo the Democrats from Pam-

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  1. The Daily Journal,
  2. 09 Aug 1882, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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