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THURSDAY, JULYS, 1885.
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The IUilrcuD MEmNX3.-4t isase-
riooslv miportajat matter to;
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The Directors hare certain valuable in
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best railroad men in me t3wi, iurto,
H.l Wiley, of this place, is prepared to
4 capital, which will demonstrate not
iUa foiKiJif v nf hnililini? the road.
but to place it in the power jof the pec-1
pie oj. uvnaii, kjwixj w . . I
w.kfVrafivm ihisfimp Tnisiis what our 1
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er be here m person or oy proxy.
A)l the policemen of Romej N. C, are
total abstainers, and only one is not a
rinrch member. Ex. Good eiioucli. But
i i Kuine one of those rural cities with -'a
! one man" police, force Norfolk Heits.
, I'l.. ii oluint Ilia siVn nf it TIlAOtllv
Rome ia North Carolina is a postoffice in
! Johnston couuty. The ltoine that "howl-
l ..in ... in ena nttinf Kota L IF7
Policemen don't roam. Rbaming is
work; 15 ut this is an a invigorating
stvle of romance, and at once marks
the inventive imagination of the editor
as a eeriius. While it does riot require
to abuse a man, i it does to
give nint nis aue pernaps
hpffir orthoimiDhv but rdallv. whv
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mrtTp5f. f h inifnrm3 dumtnifta of Rome
because thy are abstainers!? To ab-
ilnnv nn o a col f ri va nn Wnn nVvionfo
to ' a policeman's denying himseli and
Von don'f spni t,n know nnlicf. Wbpn
did he not give'up? or abstain, if vpu
wiur. mere is not a rapscamon in aii
the land but can testify to his com
plete iibstaineoushess. It i$ clear, to
the fair mmded, that thisattact is pure
upishness; an unwarranted kssault on
Ine policemen of Home.
' A writer-in tlie Garden fLnnilon wnn
ders why this tree is but comparatively
the beauty and value of its wood are ta
ken into account. For gonatjocks jind
lunch of our tine? sorts of furniture, wal
nut timber is invaluable. Vanut trees,
moreover, are free giowiug on almost all
kinds f Ril, antf tlie-crop8 0f i)ut8 which
the v produce would pay at least tlio rent
of ihe hind on which they grpv while
, freehold might be purchased mtl trees
Af I'llllt iLtlfiJk f 11 I'D .k-n f XT'. I 4 n i
v .oil. nvwiv ui tir, IT tltdUl ill
r a landscape, also, arc trees of nfirk, their
f. niagnilicent heads of fine foliage in parks
or paddocks rendering them especially
' adapted tor such situations. They asso-
ciate well with oak; beech, elm, sweet and
horse chestnuts, as well as wii various
other trees, and they do not roti the laud
in ore thun their companions dp. Their
smooth, glossy leaves are wasljed cleau
; by every shower, aud tho foliage, is not
so thick as to throw the raiu oft the grass
orto keep air currents from circulating
. freely among the branches. There are,
therefore, no frees cither in park or pas
ture under which herbage grovfs better
than it does, under walnuts. (Besides,
; walnutscome into leaf late, mike their
j growtlitjuickly, j and lose tlier foliage
rnearlyjill at once after the first autnmn.
frost. Thus a chancers given! to tke
the leaves out of the way, so jas not to
injure ike grass, vhile the shining dark
young wood, .with the grayish mature
limbs, are left full iu view. As to any
tree that will grow more quickly into a
, size to be useful I do not know! where to
look for it. 1 have seen old wallnut tree
1 that measured from GO to 90 feet hih: di
c ameter of branches 60 to 96 feet j and of
j bole or truuk from q to 5 feet in diameter
,uu, no uou or, larger trees are elsewhere
m uo iuuuu.
. j Certainly every word of the above is
.true, and the Watehman desires to give
j. hint to the boys find girls' of this
county. There is no easier or surer
road to ready nionev in th fnfnra tho
i by the cultivation of th wnlnnt -ntr I
tlittlf W nr trirl mow law U j -I Ul
won to a fortune by planting walnuts.
. There are hundreds of spots on the farm
where a walnut may be droied and
pressed in with the foot. In a few years,
when these same young people grow
; to maturity, they will-have a crop of
- trees that may enable them to buy a
farm, or build a house. And if not
. necessary for immediate use, the value
of the land is more than doubled. Look
. - to it youn people, that every fence
cdrner has its Walnut tree: andltW fo
old fields are Ruddied with them. It
means inoney. You have ample time
to do this work, and therA f nu;
vatipn necessary. The tree win otow
w.lwi:uoii without your assistance,
bee that you put the seed in the ground;
ydur reward is sure, and , may ; come at
a time when von n in ot j
,uuuSef 01 a? ? crop-
t'a wm W8 good. I
iXOTES. Air. .1. IT. Milla r T'
aietown Gold Un"
Was here this wgek. i , -
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xvev J. A. Lefevre l)Tl Toa i
Iv aeppnfw 4Vio p.o?: i rT".?-
accepted the Prency of Davidson
: Itrenorted 1W ku
cuests haVe arrived mZl?
n Watauga, and it
mountain resorts will Ler.
v,- , f omu" i
Ifcmnrfc from rt. AfU. , "..
r iJ . "utc xioiei, at
U.. i UA
i Ta?rfn bitlVmon ii
- celebrate the Utfiam m rilT-. "'ry ut not been ex
,nlwavS mak! a n nfX
undertake, ana those who attend wift
. -i - . . w.. "iai tuer i
yav yiwvj I'll V IUV(
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.The Russia u' press is reported! to be do
.cidedly unfriendly to Lordralisburyv
V,,e TP?f there eem, to be a
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.deaths in Hdmiii. . .'. . .
, From Oaf CegnUr Corrp-pondept.
WAshikgtok, D. C Jnne 27, 885. ..
icepiioiicans ia mco nar ioug '""cu
f the eominfi Ut of Jalya. a
Republicans la effico bare long looked
tfdmr it wm be the benbiuSor
tbe W jear, and they eoeetan,
that tb Democrats will want tu begin it
- I m4.1 ami. thai-, a
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large nuuiberwill be dismissed, and their
Garland has taken the initiativeand made
Iih n-n in tUa rion.-irtmnt. Jiift.
1 ice Hereafter there will be ooue bat
democrats on gaarau at least one vuui-
Det officers departmeht."
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iu tne ninety uays since commissioner
l?aT-niiA f11ptnr id the eonulrr lie has
Revenue Collectors in theeonutry be has
appointed sixty new ones. TUeHremain-
ing officers to be changed are one each in
Colorado. Delaware, Florida. ' Indiana,
Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Sew Hamp
shire, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin;
five each in Illinois and New. York, and
three iu Pennsrlvania. These will be
taken up as rapidly as possible, and soon
there will not be a Republican Internal
Revenue Collector in the country.
Renreseuative Spriucrer was to see Sec-
retary Manning to-day. He says he is
just from the people, lie finds : there are
tliree classes expressing uiQerent opinions
about the administration; these who are
in say it is too fast; those who are out and
want to get in say it is too slow; aud the
great masses say it is just right. Mr,
Springer agrees with the masses.
Mayor Grace of New-York is in Wash
ington, aud has been iu consultation with
the Secretary of the Treasury. ;Hls busi
ness here is in regard to the New York
colleetorship, and to give some valuable
advice concerning all the N. Y. patronage ,
His presence here is taken as significant,
that the time for making those appoint
ments is close at hand. . . .
In view of the circulation of reports to
the effect that the Agricultural depart
ment had been paralyzed in all its work
by the exhaustion of the current fiscal
year under tho administration of the late
Commissioner Loringt to day madein
quiry of the chief officials of that depart
ment an to the extent of the embarass-
ment for waut of tunds, and was inform
ed that the seed division under the pre-
seut regime, had not beeu able to do any
thing, because there was not a dollar of
the fund belonging to it left te operate
witlu It was found necessary to furlough
the employes of the statistical! division
because the money appropriated to it for
the current fiscal year had all been ex
pended. The laboratory fund had beeu
used nnder the late Commissioner for th
purchase of seeds, and henpe that dfvson
was left without any money, which made
the furloughing of some of its employes
necessary. Notwithstanding the disad
vantages imposed, considerable work has
been done in this division nnder the new
commissiouer. All the divisions excent
the three named have been regularly at
work, and while the forces of some have
been reduced, more has been accomplish
ed within the samo length of time than
hitherto, - j
I have falked with a nmnbefot Repub
lican senators during the last two weeks
and I do not think from alt I can learn
that there will bo any organized opposi
tion to tlie anointments of P
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Cleveland. The! Republican nnf r m
, W W V
ns, and acenstomed to ac
quiesce in the fortunes of politics. Tho
majority of them respect the President,
aud concede that his appointments are in
tlie main excellent. Few MPliflfftr will
have more influence in tho next Congress
than General Logan, and it is known
pat be is on amicable terms with the
President, and liis Cabinet. The same
jay be said of a majority of Republican
Senators perhaps the only exceptions are
the two senators from Virginia, .Mahone
The arrest of Maxwell in : 7.i..r.
for the murder 6T Prellcr may result in
trivinsr liim a tvihrn vnro.. -, tt:.
f-i - a "o" WO IJ 14 1 LCU
Spates at no cost to himself, and then a
trtal for no higher enme than attemnt tn
defraud an insurance company. The
company in Englaud in which Pieller
was insured for $20,000 doubt or den v
that he is dead. Preller's family are lit
tld affected by' the newsV his death;.and
it s now hinted, perhaps opeuly alleged,
that the mutilated subject of the horrible
sensational murder was nothing more
mau tne dead body of some Door victim
of disease, bought at a city hospital, cut
uri and papked aivay. and DurnoWnW
ed in the, wavof ilioWr whli.
conspirators separated each hii own
a ; . -- "-jt
1" LHB .fr WWea durance
ki i .
i"V fVl'UUUlOn QI St. I nni.
w parues wereentire strangers and
Iinitnt.irn ..... ki - f
w 'fJ e8y. ine seuat on
gotten up was readily inflamed by the
fc?". the difM the
3 P?T!B5 and ttach.
UTl t " "V?" Maxwell, gave
irageuy a real ir v wliichi imn..M
ie woria witu ts startling peculi
anues, . . -j. i . v; -
h e uejiere tbat there wa n. mi-
1"?"' h? "apathy and
N 7 val: Yet the insuranceom
IT" IZ tu mair rery
nflnifs mnr. 4i. .
Yii uusiuesseve and mnr urnn
v. MCv,t curious, If uot io blood curd
ling as the story of th
. The liquor dealers of Philadelphia Lave
yvwure,a to ciose thtir saloons on
finn,.r " F.M
Ior. Blt. ManufacturerV Hecord.
IfUnjbcrlngr Opperation Iu 31itcliell
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" .:';',- , ; Jnne 12, 1835. ! ;
Editor Mannfactarert1 Becord; i
The new enterprises in this county are
too numerous to mention in a 6hort arti
cle. One at the foot of the great Roan
mountain Js worthy of particular men
tion. S.'B. Searles tz. Co:, Glea Ayer,
N. are shipping an average' of eight
thousand feet of cherry lumber per day.
This 1 amber, is taken from tho mill and
drawn directly up the Roan mountain by
a tram railway; while one loaded ear goes
np the. mountain another is being let
down on the other side, an engine at
the top steadying movements of the cars
What may be particularly interesting to
some of your readers is the ingenious
contrivance and arrangements of grooved
pulleys at the engine, whereby one cable
chain is wiuding up and drawing up a load
ed car, the other end is unwinding and let
ting the loaded car down the other side
of the mountain. This is a gretj saving
and convenience for the operator. This
ingenious arrangement is not patented
and can be used by any one of your read
ers that; are iu a similar .busiuess. This
same company have a tram road running
three miles iuto one of the gorges of the
mountain, where tlie logs are loaded on
the train cars and brought to the mill by
the down grade of the road.
Davidsou Colloga and its New
Rev. Dr. J. V. Lefevre, after spending
a few days at Davidsou College and
vicinity, has returned to his home in
Baltimore, having assured the fneuds of
the College that he fully intends to ac
cept the presidency The secretary has
also received the acceptance of Prof. C,
C. Norwood, who was elected to tlie chair
of natural philosophy and astronomy. It
is also understood that the application
of students for admission, at commence
ment,' were as many as usual, while the
retiring graduating class was unusually
small. The fiuauees of the college are in
a sound condition, while handsome addi
tions and improvements have been made
to the buildings aud grounds within the
With its chairs all ably filled, and
with its record for sound scholarship and
good morals the outlook of the college is
It may not be generally known that
the trustees are endeavoring to j endow
two additional chairs, one of Bible In
struction and Christian Evidences, aud
the other that of English language aud
literature. The latter is more esneciallv
under the auspices of the Alumni Asso
ciation, and it is hoped that the work
will pe completed against the semi-centenary
of the college two years hence.
About $8,000 was added to the endow
ment fuud during the past year by a few
months work by Dr. Mack, tho financial
agent of the college. Arrancemeuts have
been ; made for a two year's canvass of
the cliurces by Dr. Mack, and if his past
ruccess is anv indication of tlm fm:.l !
result, the friends of the college have!
the Strongest assurance tb.it Mia wvL-
will lie accomplished. Char. Observer.
j "Washington Notes.
I Correspondence Greensboro Patriot.
Washington, June 27th. Coniriess-
men Reidand Henderson, two of tho best
workers iu the. North Carolina delega
tion, arrived here this week. Henderson
is as I unlike a Congressman in bmL-
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the imagination cau picture. He walks
Pennsylvania Avenue, wearing a broad
brim straw hat, indifferent to the eharnis
of fascinating women and heedless of the
things that cause moat frequenters of
that magnificent boulovard to loitre and
look.; He walks with a swiug and a sweep
that jdefiea all military rules plain, un
pretending, honest, vigilaut, conscien
tious John Henderson. With a beardless,
intellectual, pi iestly face, one would im
agine he could not laugh. In truth there
is but one man ia the State who can get
away with him on a grouud-shakiug
laugh I refer, of course, to tho irrepress.
IDle; McUairmaid, of the Robeson ian.
Boarding at the Metropolitan Hotel is a
daper little old gentleman by the name
of Guirruippe, a Seventh street Merehaut.
He fs a New Yorker, a breezy talker aud
enjoys life thoroughly. He eats at Heu
derson's table, and hits taken a great
fancy to him. Speakinc of bin last mVlit
he said that the Rowan man was his ideal
of aj Congressman. Henderson and Keid
have come to stay until the "offensive
parjtizans" in their Districts are cleaned
Senator Ransom is here zealously at
work, but .finds the process ef removal
slow and tedious. He has secured an ap
pointment for ex Lt. Gov. Robinson as
inspector of public lands. A. W Graham,
Esd,., of Orange, will be appoionted chief
ot division in the Treasury Department.
His. name heads a list, containing the
names of Ed. Junes, of Caldwell, Leazer.
of jredell, and Thec Pool, of Martin. It
is possible that all tho applicants may
nltimaely be appointed. ' The pressure
for! officeis very great and shows no
signs of abatement.
Every $900, $100, $1,400, $1,000, and
$1,800 clerk is protected by the civil ser
vice law. Many of the preseut incum
bents are inefficient, and wjll be removed
for. .cause, sooner or later. There will
soon be an active demand for civil service
Democrats. Democrats who want post
tjens in the Departments, will find it to
tfieir advantage to pass the civil service
examination. To this end they call write
to Mie fCivii; Service, CommissIon,f at
this? place for application blanks. The
next general examination wilftakp place
hero one month "hence. - i'
?tati fid far Ex-Confederate f Soldiers.
Charleston 2fews and Courier. """
' The Selma Times commends -to other
Southeru States the noble example set by"
North Carolina ingivf rig pension to dis
abled and helpless Confederate soldiers.
There arein Alabamarit says, ex Confed
erate soldiers who are in distress! rig nee,
and Jtpcalls upoiitheBtate' tq;rt?lieve
tuer want and assume the burden of
ttiejr care a,,d maiutaiuance, which is now
boiue by private '"-i benevolence. Very
many ex-Confederates, in every part of
the South, are in the same plight, and
they can expect relief from no other source
than tlie State 'governments.'' LThe duty
of the States is plain and pressing, and
will be recognized by right thinking per
sonjs in the North as well as in the South.
It would be cowardly .in the extreme for
the: Southern people) on accouut of the
protests of a few malignant newspapers
and their sympathisers, to" refuse-to pay
the debt of gratitude they owo to maim
ed ex-Confederates. '
. - :j From Washington.
Washington, June 29. Tho statement
cabled from London, on the authority of
tho Vieuna correspondent of the Times,
that the appoiutiueufof Mr. Keiley to be
Minister to Austria had been withdrawn
is officially denied.
. The Postmaster General has decided to
Ret apart two weeks following the 4th of
July for the purpose of ; disposing of the
largp no tuber of cases of Presidential
postoffices which have been prepared for
consideration, and for the transaction of
other necessary and pressing business,
aud therefore an notices to intending ap
plicants that he cannot during , that time
hear more personal applications 'for ap
pointment. This announcement is de
signed for the benefit of intending visitors
aud with a view to expediting the consid
eration Of cases. It does not relate to the
First Assistant's office nor to applications
.United States checks will hereafter be dis
tinguished by a water mark of the letters
"U. S. T. D." iustead of by a silk thread
Marshal McMichael to-day removed a
Democratic subordinate for "offensive
partisanship." He was appoiuted to a
positiou in the Marshall office during the
Republican administration, but his parti
sanship did not develop into offensivencss
until Cleveland became President.
London", June 28. A mass meetiug was
held in Hyde Park this afternoon to pro
test against the amendment to the reform
bill adopted by the House of Lords,
which proposes to disqualify every voter
who has received pauper medical relief
for himself or family within a vear of anv
election. There were seven stauds for
speakers, aud fully thirty thousand per
sons were present. Michael Davit spoke
against the proposition in behalf of Ire-
London, June 20. The Vienna corres
pondent of the limes savs that President
Cleveland, has withdrawn tho nomina
tion of Mr. Keily to be Miuister to Ans
tria. La Libertad, Salvador, via Galves
ton, June 27. One thousand eight hun
dred Nicarairuans embarked hero last
night, homeward bound. At the battle of
Santo Domingo 5,000 of Menendista's
forces hemmed in .500 Nicaraguau's under
Talavera, who was wounded. They fought
for 32 hours, and then cut their wsiy
through Menendista's hues, losing 300
killed and wounded, and took the re
maining 200 into La Union in good order.
The Republicans are preparing for an
active campaign in Ohio next fall. They
propose to raise a big fund, throw their
best speakers into the field, among them
Jas. G. Blaine, who is not yet quite pre
pared to retire to the shades of private
life John Shermau takes special inter
est in the election because his seat iu the
Senate depends upon the result, and if
tie succeeds in re-election it gives him a
boost for the nomination for the Presiden
cy in 1888. Char. Obs.
Durham Plant: Pref. W, C. Kerr, who
is iu critical health, is in Durham visit
ing his son. Wo hope soon to learn that
ho is decidedly improved.
When the Philadelphia mugwumps
called on President Cleveland,-"a weary
look'" is said te have passed over his face.
It is no wonder. 1 he presence of a dozen
or so mugwumps in the East makes the
country tired from Ocouotnowoc to Key
ve8C.r--or. Jjouis lcepubuean, JJem.
Asheville Citizen: We note with creat
pleasure the appointment of Gov. James
L. Robinson ns Inspector of Public Lauds,
a very important position, with a good
salary we understand. Gov. Robinson's
character, his high integrity, his superi
or judgment, fit him for this or anv other
position to which he could be appointed
or elected. We congratulate the govern
ment upon the selection.
Wilmington Start Whenever the repre
sentatives of the people begin to disscus
the preliminaries as to a proper and im
mediate reduction of the iufamous war
tariff, the Protection howlers send, up
their cry, "They are tinkering at the tar
iff, again." Let the old piratical thing
be razed to the water's edge and early.
Grant's doctors will have an enormous
bill and (likely) Congress will be asked
to pay it. It will be interesting to note
what Southern Senators and Representa
tives will vote for it.
Asheville Citizen: The Government sur
plus revenue foi the fiscal year ending
June 30th will probablv be between $15,
000,000 and $20,000,000 less than was es
timated by Secsetary McCullock iu his
report to Congress last year, leaving the
surplns at about $20,000,000 instead of
ExrPresident Davis celebrated his
seventy-seventh year last week We re
joice in his good health and length of
days. Wilmington Star.
- "Admiral Porter is writing a history
of the American navy. One of the mod
ern methods of history making is to draw
on the imagination for facts and the me
mory for ilustrations." Phil. Neir.
Just so. This aptly describes the
Northern method in dealing with the war
between the States. Wilmington SUr.
.There are eight thousand letters on file
in the postoffice department about Ohio
. The following table is going the rounds
of the pressnnd may be found useful and
convenient to those wJio wish to make
an , accurate estimate of tho amount of
land ui a field: ' St t'
yards wide -by 863 long contains -nn
10 jards wide by 484 long contains ad
acreV ' . - ' . ' - . j .
20 yards wide by 242 long contains an
acre.. " -'-,'. -', '" '"
"40 yards wide by 121 long cou tains an
acre.'f ': df-Tt. '.Af;f: '
70 yards wide by 63 long contains an
acie. . r . " - t . -I ' '
80 yards wide by 60 J long contains an
acrtv. '. i ' -
60 feet wide by 720 long contains an
acre.; ..... . - , . .; ' V ; . -
110 feet wide by 307 long contains an
acre.-- - , ' .
130 feet, wide-by 363 long contains an
awe ""C ' :i .
220 feet wide by 33:J long contains an
acre; ' .
240 feet wide by 18U long contains an
acre. ; :
440 feet wide
by 90 long contains an
TOWN AUDITOR'S EEP0ET
' ' ,. . OF . , . - ' d
Claims Audited and Unpaid at the Ex
piration of the Year Ending May, 1885.
1873. Jno W Hacket, street work, $ .10
T M Earnbart, repairing pumps 50
Wiley Brown, work on cow and
hog peu, 20
" Ueorge Murphy, street work 25
1879, John Deaton, splitting rock 3 20
Total unpaid May 8th, 1885,
'80, George Murphy
Total unpaid May 8, 1885,
1882, Geore Wright &SBro.
83, H Nash
Total unpaid May !8, '85,
1883, G J Long
" 0 W Pool
" Bill Davis
" Charles Dudley
" Edwin Shaver
1884, C F Waggoner
Total unpaid, May 8, '85,
1885, If. L. Holmes
$ 4 25
1 2 00
! 1 12
! 3 00
! 3 75
i 2 50
j 1 87
Wm A Eagle
Dr. J A Caldwell
Jleroney & Bro.
Thco F Kluttz
F M Menius
G P Ervin
J G Heiiig
Ed Crow el I,
W C Fraley
T B Beall
John A Ramsay
4 50 00
Edwards & Broughton
Total am't unpaid May 8, '85, $412 69
Notes against the town
Mrs. A C Davis 500 00
Interest to May 8, 1885, : 43 06
Total due May 8, '85
. 40 08
Mrs. M A Bruner
Interest to May 8, 1885,
Total duo May 8, '85,
Interest from Aug. 9, 1880 to first
payment ly. 4ras. and Id.
Paid, Dec. 10, 1881,
Bal. due after above paym'r, $340 08
Interest to 2d paym't, 4ms. lids. . 7 42
Paid, April 21, 1882, 62 00
Bal. due after 2d paym't 265 5(1
Interest to May 8, 1885, r 48 58
Total due May 8, '85, $314 08
Cost in Morrison case unpaid
Jury tax 5 00
Morrison l 80
Wm F Lackey 1 50
J L Graham 30
J F Robinson 6 90
Jerry Neely l io
Henry Pierce ; 1 10
DA Davis 2 10
J J Summercll 2 10
JT Barber 2 10
R L Shaver - 2 10
D A Atwell 3 20
J J Stewart l in
Shaver dog case fees
John M Horah
M A Smith
C C Krider
J H McKcnzie
E B Neave
T H Vanderford
Total now due,
Claims not audited but made prior
to May 8, 1885,
Wm. L Saunders, (new charter)
J J Bruner, printing
Due White Graded School
; 10 00
Total, $300 95
BECAPITUIATIOS OF INDEBTEDSE8S.
Due on year ending May, 1879, 4 25
83, (3 86
'84, I 41 57
M '85. 412 fsn
Mrs. A a Davis pote and interest, 543 06
" M A Bruner's " 503 06
Morrison judgment 314 03
a, " ' 30 40
Shaver dog case , 6 40
Claims not aundited but made prior '
May 8th, 1883, r SOo93
Total indebtedness,' My 8, 1885, $2167 42
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