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S ALTSDUIIYTJCV H A 15 871.
Disolation of Partnership.
THE partnership hrtcf' rt ettalng between
ItINt t A CDJiLLNM was tM day aUuivcd by
WUlUl COWWUU '
. L. C (t)l.l.ENfl.
. I- GOLDSMITH.
utn-m, Hi. . .
KINO A Ctm.TS n-nima tU lliWlllit. of
1 im nrm. nl woiiiu ri ,viiuny can urnuon
ryvitf, phiw in,. eotit. rfjr jy j jlr.
., . T i).vMKfr. cor.rxss.
. rrzr)i,rtjrfi, w i a-f
"V "' CLDMM0U3 STAG C LINES 1
" 2- WARSAW
IKAVK Wariww for Fn.rMville tlailr
J rntHmiJfty. Tlirmifh Ti keln frnm tild
boro' via Wanxiw.to Koj-cttcvilloiti. Throujih
ticknU from -TTrldoii l I-jyt tti-ville, flO.
Ttronfth tlckrlK from rilminpton, Ti Ww----
mw U Kjrlipvllle, tJ.
CHAKLOTTK VIA TTADERI10R0. TO
liKADOf C U. K. Hi
Lrare Chartott after train from Knleili
via llunme, fur Wadvulioro' TocMlnj-, ThuiH
dajr and Satnrdny I'ave TTadeKlioro', Tiiri'
duv, Tburitay, aud Saturday, aftiT trian from
CHATHAM U. It. TO FA VKTTEVII.I.KAXI)
" Inve ChatUiUii lluil Kond aftor truin from
Leave wis!nm Knn.l nt Joinlionr nflT
train frolii FavHti illo, daily xcri l Sinnlnv.
SALKM ANDllltiu 1'ulXT ST ai leave eueli
Oillce at Uutuer'e llutid, Pnlin. X. ('.
11 T. t LKMMONS,-
Spct. 10, 1870 tf tontraelor,
Timo Table Western 17- C. B. 3
takis ErEKgT 5tii Sti'T. Iro.
tioixi; i: st.
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6 56 " 7.10" Sltcri!Ie. ; 7 2t "
8.M " H.7 ' itiUwl Sta.1 fiJO -'!
8,55 " ! 9 IK) " , NevtoD, j 6 3t'
40 i 0.45 " Hi. krr. ! 4 10 "
I0.5 " MftM " 'TarJ, 4II('
11.10 11.15 " llorgairton, ' S 15 "
11JS9 ' ;t2.U4 ''. JViducattr. ; a.Sti .'.
I 4.MI "
; a.si "
13.48 rx JJ.irmn,
I- Hrrakfimt and Siiiper at Htte.vil!e.
Kept. S3. 1R7H.
IUQU FOISTS. Q. -r- T-i
OlTOSITK RAILUOAD DEPOT,
Ten paces from where the Curs stop.
Bert of porter. In attendance t .11 train..
Mail 8U(re for S.lem leave thin lnue daily.
Paweairen ilup.tebed to any point at abort notice
br private conveyance.
Grateful for the liberal patron.tre of tbe pt we
bare by atrtet attention to tbe want, of jour gtteiiU
ta exit a continuance of th Mine . '
WM. U. BAltBKS.
Jaa. 1. 1870 tf Proprietor.
Mlmt, IM mt irHlUmM MOUM, BUCVTTS, MMM1D,
t iinBnf Ml oOmt OriiJU Ma fifctl0 rm ni
MHmfkm&t '" TW vatiP
MST Mkf la Of WVMLD, mni It IT'LL 1 1 MP ON
IAXS CM MtX, a (Umu. M rra. It to mD tOtui
tmi U la I. Ml nmxi, IU BMST XMUSTrOWDMU
audi "W- liuton, t4 Cmmr, Oill'll: "
. .OLD BT OEOCEBS DEALERS EVpBTTnilBB.
V.-Manufactured by POOLTT fc EEOTTTTTL,
69 NEW STREET, NEW-YORK.
R. W. BEST & CO.,
11ALEIGU, A", a,'
""Holicit t'Bnsi7;nniciit.i of sj
Corn, Flour and Produce acneraily.
"Particular Attention paid to Auction
BEFF.R HY iF.RMIIO!f TO 1
W. H. Willabd, Pres't Ralcifrb Xat'l liank.
W. . Akukhson,-. " t.itizcns' "
Jmo. (J. WiiLuaa, Mate "
W. H. k It. 8. Tick IB A Co., Raleigh, X. C
The symptoms of Liver
leom'plnint are uneaMiiecs
and imm In the side.
tlie shoulder, nnd is nm-
takeu for rlieuinatim, tlie bIoiiiiicIi is alleged
ithVloM or appetite anil sicKnew, iiuwei in
raKoontive. sometime alternating wnh lax.
bead in -troubled
with pain, nnd dull, hea
vy sensation, considera
ble Ion of memory, nc-
vompnniea wini paiiiiui
seiiMtlion oliiuviiiL' left undone sonietliini.' which
wcmghttO hare bi-en dotie. Hten comphiimng of
weaknem, tletiiiity, and low pjiiritu. onietiuies
many of the aboejsM4tu.at$
and at (tther times very cw oftht in; but the
liver l generally the organ mont involved.
Curethe Liver with --
a "pre n ratron of rrioiit a nd herfc; warranted to be
atrictlv vegetab)?, and can do no injurv to any
one.. It has lecfl used by hundred, nn known j
for the last 4l vttlr one of tbc most reliable,
IrluCaeiOUM aim ll.TllinieM. ITf j'arnn.uift rtvi .il-
nersixtenflv. it sure to ettru
if ' .ta i
IliaJ tattu?.. d.v:UfeJ'f'
feetimw .l the kidtKy, nervouiie, chillis di--,
ofthcfk... 1nnr.tvort!ie Wo.,,l,...elau-
j-taLdgPrcA-'ioti .f Ki.iriU. bcariburn, enhe, i
M.t. tn !. ...ttn ti-rtrT c.v. n
agd .line, dioiv,lHiil.s p.tin in tl.f l. t;. fie-.
I'reitrU only by J. 11. ZL1L1.V A UL,
l'mcattv Mae-in. lia.
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Editor and loprictor.
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hit I ban l lie alxive rl' .
id Jucliev'v Onlim illbe .u t! iih -
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in mime ratt-K wan otiivr aavertine-
OWtunry nutirei, over i Hue
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J"'i i mi the lUjn ,n
ACTS AN1 KKOLUTIOXS
General AssemMi, passed at the Session
April 1 An act, to incorporate Elm
wood Lodpe, No. i?4C, A. Sc. l Jc A, V.
Masons Usual charter.
April 1 An act, in relation to the
Meaaowsnf lJnckitisrham connty Makes
Dan Smith rivers lawful fences; allows a
vot to bo taken . bother ilia citiauua in
that locality want fences or not; if they
vote "im fence, our present fence law is
of jio force there.
April 1 An net, to incorporate the Cul
sagee Curuiidutn mining aud uiauufuciur-
II. M. Grisn
and M It. Smith, with a
5ft, 000 for tho purpose of min-
iii;;,i'.r.iclunng cuiutidum and
April I An uct, to retjuire all State,
county and municipal oilicers to be voted
for on a Bepaniie ballot Provides that
hereafter candidates for ull State, county
and municipal offices shall bo voted for
on separate ballots.
April 1 Kesnlution in favor of George
W. Dickey and 14 ft. Dickey Public
Treasurer directed to issue to them a
bond for I500, p.iynblw 1st. January,
1S7C, w-ith inlerest at G per cei;t.
April 1 An net, t prevent the eab; of
spirituous liquors within ouo mile of Fort
Ilenibm; Academy, in Clay oouniy
Makes a violation of tbe act a misdemean
or; does tiot apply to pi.r.oiis owning or
occupying property in lluycsville.
April 1 An act, to incorporvto - the
Trustees of Liltle Itivc r Academy in
Junihrlaud c'liiuty l'."iinl charter, with
a prohibition to retail "within 'three miles.
Aprir t-VH-uct, to incorporate the
Ilaywood and ane Creek Kailroad Co.,
- Charters a company with a capital of
ffriOO.OOO. wuich inav be increased to
Cll.O llWI I.. i. fi... tmriKittO f.t hill . II. f. II
tlie mirnosc ol nuuain
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10.1(1 irom liavwooti, oi noui buuk; nimi
- .1 , I I .. ,. ,t I I. , -ilm.ra-.,,
or i.ea tlie Alamance line; an permnis,
cyrpori-.tions and other authorities may
subscribe for s ock ; company may lluse
ot sell out. (.hatliam Kailroad charter
amended. (It sceuia to be a very iiutiorX
Apiil 1 An act to authorize tbe coun
ty Commissioners of Nash to levy a spe
cial tax Allows 62,000 to be leVi ;d to
defray current expenses aud for other
April 1. An act, for the better govern,
meut ot tbe Penitentiary Abolishes tbe
oflices of commissioners, architect and
superintendent ol liiltentiary;' appoints
eoe, G; W.
the gem ral stipi r i.-jiou id' the erection of
tbe buildidgs, Sec; also, appoint all sub
ordinate and fill vacancies in their own
body ; Hoard of Directors to go into of
fice 3d .Monday of Apiil, 1871.
' 31 arch 30. - Itesolut ion, ant horisyivg
Principal l. l ik 11L tbu Jlousa to einpToy
!addniotiul assistance- May employ assis
tance as he requirts it.
April J. An act, for the relief of J.
W. Schenek, Jr., Sheriff of New Han
over county Helieves him from tho j ro
visions of the act compelling Sheriffs "to
settleand gives him until May 10th,
1S7-1, to settle.
April 1. An net, fo amend an act to
incorporate tlie i.iauni ianq tror-i om
pany allowed to M.ue ITiODO.fvS per
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. Aern lAn act, to legalize fltnl mak'
valid an election heid in the tow n of
.illeiid'w.iMi.a;Livtd , tlw. .eU-cu.
t,., ., ," 2nd " of January. lSol,
,1)t,i(.;,,;il , flje t.
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T-Ti.ii it i .au mi, id rtcu.ate inn r:cia
o.,: Hi" CTle' W lier
have ii (ie'mlv b . n alund 1'
fidir-g in thy pari tanslLrn:d -r.rvj3:rictt
i ",' a' ' Cu:i' - '
co.at-.go'U t'l'yu-i.ai by sw- iring s
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e-ry."VVm Boy la li, MA BIe7l-l miBOTmcanor '"r- ro .,... n,,.,..,.
,.ri.7..nn.nn ...! P II Pr.ffi .bl the river aim stiller lucm to remaiu 101 inein in an ussotmn.-.. ..u.. c.
of Directors of the: IVnltentiary;"" . T . .r.a i flvJ v Y
. .p-... v I ..... li ..:.!. X ' 1 C., .l.V Mum " A- .V ,
n ,v .wl.... I... 4.I...II Anr 3 Aii net. to incomrwate t he Da- ',"UUI-1' , r-.
April 1 An act, to amend Mct to
drtlar tha llrtrard, French liroad nj
Joota' (lap ItnaJ k TiraptL l'rrnlu
toll gala to I erected on every tea
niiire ol completed road, and tli toll
aUl Into tba eonu'.j treuorj ff repair,
; . April 1 An act, to amend an act to pro
tU for the eolWtiort c tax eg by l lie
State, and tlie auveral eoontlri of lLo
fr-'tate on prrtertT, PoIJa1 and Income '
Tlio rtv-mn Burlilucr till, !rnrar t
, April 1 eoIuU'in, "eoneerrirff
ceuteuniJ anuirer&ary ot Atnrrir.n
ULpeuueucuAaiwrirt a ct-mui'ii
communicate with tlie eeiiV.il
cm in liter
Ainil 3 Jo' nt ltolutioi
on lie G:li in.t. j
April 3. Ki-iolntlon. in relntomto tin
invcaiiiration of tlie tale f tlie 8laW in
lereat in tlie Cape Fear Navigation
pany Joiut select eommiltee liicbarre(i,
and the matter njerred to the Coioioii
iionra appointed to iortjtigate tbo rail
April 3 An act, to incorporate tbc
TrimUTi of the Wacamaw Daptif t cliurb,
in tbe county of Columbus, near Her-
ringtoii L'nial act iJ incorporation, with
power to bold real ettate; relailinp piril4
prolnoiletl witlun two mile of the t hutch,
j Hiirii 3 An act, lb amend the rbnrter
1 of ihti l'luiitera Jtuil Koad C'ompiiny
i I'ixea the teruiinua of lhi road on tbe
Atlantic and N. V. l!ail Knnd at or near
C'oie L'reek Station, thenre by Trentou
to the navigable water of New Uiver.
Ajiril .'! An net, to amend fi-c. 81,
chap. 201, Lawn of 1SC9 (iunrdiaiis
and ol In i s allowed to invent in United I
States secui ilies
April 3 An act, to incorporate the
Waynesville Academy Association Us
ual act of incorporation, with ordinary
"April 3. An act, to authorise tbe Com
missioners of Mitchell county to levy a
special tax May levy ?2, )( to build a
jail and conipUte tbe (Ji urt Aousc.
April 3 Au act authorising the Com
missioners of Currituck county to levy a
speci il tax May levy $5,000, to pay in
terest on petit, and ordinary expenses.
A nil 3 An net, authorizing tho Com
missioners of Moore connty to issue bonds
Allowed to issue SGO00, of coupon
interest: may establish a sttikins: tun
a J to
redeem them, and levy a tax to suport it.
The trustee of this linking fund to give
bond; may buy up old county debt, &c.
April 3 And act, to authorise the Com
missioners of Alamance county to levy
and collect a special tax May levy iu
1S71; $,000, for the support of tbe poor,
and for necessary expenses.
UIIU ll iivv'vumty tviii-. .r,
April 3 An act, concerning the anncxv
lion of .a portion of Caldiull to tbe cun-
ty of NYatuuga Purely local, and oi m
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April 3 An uct, in incorporate the town
of Jefi'eison, in Aehe county Usual
charter; appoints Wiley P Thomas, May
or, aid .lames Wagg, I'.. C. Ilartlett, W.
II. Waiigh, J. E. Foster and W II
Perkins, Cjiinju'sftmicis, to bold oflice
until their successors are elected.
April 3 Au act; to repeal an "act for
tbe preservation of the public health," by
establishing ' luilable. quar inline regula
tions fnr Beaufort Harbor IJeprtihr the
act of April, 1SG0, and. directs tbc Phy
fieiaM to sil dm iper4V - iKhmging l-o
Apnl 3 An net to, incorporate .the
iilu-n f t'arev. iu Wake count v Char-1
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i ode. cli.it. 1 1 1: town extends one
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mire tloiHAiiO IIUS .uuiuiu tutu UJ ,
til the regular tTccllW R. If. Joiieii7A-T
II. Merr it, W. P. Mallef, II. B. Jordan
aud Yv. 11. Bobbin shall act us Cobimis
April s. An act, nutborizing RB.
Webster and Robt. TiCwia, sureties of
Walker Smith, Into Sheriff of liocking
liam, to collect arrears -of taxes Allows
them to collect the taxes for jl8GG 'C7,
until January, 1872; any persons swear
ing that they believe their taxes have
been paid, are relieved Tfbm paying.
April 3 An uct to prefent the felling
of trees' in Yadkin. Kivcr Makes it a
barrus Rocky River Bridge ( Vmpaiiy
Charters a company with a ciipiul stock
of $5,000, to build a toll bridgtr, over
Rocky River', Iu Cabarrus: county; jregn
lAte the tolls, -Vc. i
A nril 3,- An act; tit-favor of : thef nre4
lies of Hugli Bt iruthrie, late. Sheriff of
Orange coVnty- Allows bis snreties to
collect arrears of taxes uudt r certain limi
tatipns and restrictions.
April 3 An -act. corMHrning a Con
ventionAct has been, published.
" Ltrch 30.J Affotf In rchttioirto olrstntc
tions in Nottalnb and Iliwascn rivprs,
in Cherokee county Afakes a misdcmeii-
ror to4Mild or continue dams across those j
rivers. ' . j
MTirdi 31. An acC jo incorporete the
Georeia and North (.Wvtiria Kail Road
t'oniDauv -Chnrtercd for the nurnose cf
UJ i U: 'L. ...CJ1. !. I 1 ! . -,w,a nf Utf t, tirvta iv tl
liiiiiuiog a toad , from some, point on the ' depthwild cnmjdeflon i f lint AJffiuli;:..llta;A'g .attdTrinin," or fx"tn leslityilfg it?
I :..oi i t lino .in tJbi;rHle-nfiutj.jj Thirarts any matter pending in sdeli court fully
point on tlie iVtine'ssee line, in tii'n or; f IVbru -try, ls57 and 1SGI, and directs unl truibfiilly, or it) ii jure any such par
t 'herokpr- counties ; capital stock, 5-500.-' tiiat the suit heretofore brougLl. against ty or witness in bis- m raun---h property
(i(!ti, with privilege- of- increasing itr to the t'-Vmpaiiy be d'h'misucd i at.dprgvHLuU .i accoiiBtof. his . baving-so nttnu dor
5.00:1 Oi'O - i a- iir;iriry of tbc Diiectors are caiieeB n(J. teetifre or by force,'- intimidation, ;r
,.iai-.i -j t. an JTt in nnTnl. Ei-f , IJ,,
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crnii'S ' rfttaehmenid, Aw-tiU tin-;
of attach m-nt in . sacral liUi.'u! .t
bt too (reat Unftb ta t toalracr la a
note. . T.
Jiarcli 31. An act U Incorporate d
Lnaiabnrff Mannf4ctar!r(r lompany Aa
tbcriiee Jamea lK til a'i oibt ra to f .rm
a company wltb a capital itnek of 1C0,
000, fur tha puipo tl inanuf.irtuiluj
cotton, wool, Lc, t IUwbnijf. f
March 31. An act tou.i tct!rn )t
rbapierSOS, Lawn riirtri.;nS
Cniail..inrcf( of Saja. s r,'..t
" pUonii-u C'ly ,o
tlie I niitn provitlrd inr,
In- M.tirb An art Iiicorpotnto llie
i town oi j-.'nriviii. i:ieo i.niair iin
W.urli 31. An act to antlmrizn the
: ct'Tii m i r i 'i.a r i f Sloki .ountf hi levy
! m pi i-einl im-Auili'iriX' 1 a tax of !-., 0io
i i 1 1' v eil iii Luild a I' m.t 1 1 ..uc , iVc,
if voted I v lie- voter, of the county
M.i rih 31. Kei"Kii!oii in fitvor of J. Ca
heiitk. Jr. flie-riff cf New ll.nover
IN lieve bun f.viu I he judgment
obtaini'Va-tainst bitu iu Wake Su
Coutt, iMoricTrd-aa scttlea I
March 31. An act to autboriso the
Commissioners of Rockingham county to
issuo bonds for aying tbo county debt,
See. Allowi 25,000 oi coupon bonds to
be Issued by county commisainnera ; cou
pons to be rece ived iu payment of cootity
taxes : Mieciul lax to be laid to par the
bunds, tVc ; bonds payable In IS32.
March 31. Au act to change tbe liue
lielwten the counties of LJecombe and
NashMakinff tho tlmuigton and Wtl
don liailraad tho line ; Nash agreeing to
pay cs00 of the debt of Edgeceiube.
Slurcli 31. An act to incorporate the
Kinston and Koenansville ltailrond com
p.my Company chartered to build a road
fioiiLtlie two points named, with a capt
tal of $400,000, with tbe usual duties and
March 31. An act to incorporate tbe
Newport Peabody Kducatioual Associa
tion Incorporates a company witii Jas-
For II. Mann, Edgar L Perkins, W. S.
lell, Ivilby Tolson, Sr., and 1). McCain,
of Carteret county as un mbers( for tbe
purpose of promoting education in that
March 3k An act to providn for a tax
collector tor Gai-tou coiintv Allows tbe
conrruissioners to appoiot a tax collector;
quired to do. f '
Mrch vl An act to yicorpornte the
?:.iti..-vtik- Air Line Iliil Koad Company
Coii.p tny chard n it to rwiftruct a road
from the Nuu b Candiiia in the coun
ty of Cleveland, to the Yliginia line in
.'.uiiy county, vU Stateville capital
March 31. Uesolution iiiKiug a com
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; mittee of inquiry into ihectudtict of John
j l'.rf !, U. S. Senator Th-i Kesohitijus
j ili Ic publirbid as soon k tbe report of
rrtifrmniniiiee is made. !
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.M.i veil Jl. An act dtni lng ine uuiies
of the keeper of tbo Capittl Gives him
ce.it rol of thu servants alojl the Capitol;
of the Arsenal, Sec. i
March 31. An act to rtJiico tbe bond
of tho Superior Court Clerk and Judge
of Probate of D.ire cotiiiv Ueducts tbe
boud tioui S 10,000 to fi3,bOO
March 31. An actio Incorporate the
South iiivcr Draining Company Com
pany -chartered fur-the purpose frfdtaiii-'
tug the Swamp Lands of Sou h Uiver in
Un thMiities of - Sampson, Bladen and
Cumberland ; all the vacant binds drain-
id, tobo grau'ed to the ceinpany.
March 31. Ail act concerning lunn'tc'pal
18.4IJ. -tl .iV.r .r...l'.U... t..lii.ie!i.al IL
ficers to turn over to their succcssois .-ill :
l ooks, paper.-', Sec, or builiy of m.- i
iweto -''. o i f
tiul uf the anrhotrtTcFwho laid I he'tlfth
. iMaitih 8f; An ct to imoi poiule 'heTjf(U 0 furnish the means fnrWeii vindi-
NfOi Carolina sto. k ruling and iislung
fcompany Company with n capital of
f 100,01)0, chai tend tor the purpose, ol
"raising live stock, horses, cattle, hog,-?
and sheep . catching shad, herring and
other fish in nets and line, and shooting
and killing wild animuls and wild fowls,"
March 31. An act to incorporate tbe
Co-operaiive Saving and Loan Associa
thin Company chartered to "encourage
fund him the sum of S337 GD, nmount
paid1 in excess Of taxes for the years 1SG-S
ts ilrcJt3i-l4aaJutViMtt- fivoc fkJdtit-.
Crbjp of Macon t'oun y Allows him to
enter 14a acres or iann.
Jiarcli .ill UcsolutieHt atiflioiizin
T.'.iri.lliiKr I'lerk trtomnlov ajifal
Slay employ bocIi additi(7trarasSwstance as
may be necessary. ,
March 31. An act to enable the North
Western Notth NftriU rdiitsltailVoad
CoiiiiaiiyltoC4)nip!eto their road to Sa
lem Allows a consolidation w ith any
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llie loan to .... , v .7 ' . a -
Mrth-oLAn set to amend nt? net bi
-provide '!-r the enWgeinetit, inrrcasc of
''ih" State: ali i.ws t"'''. onpa n v to sub-.
licit. ita iF I ni.linlliv'nnil tlll'Ul III the IlKlllS
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.in. I... 'i in. 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 .
treasurer directed to le-
tlie .- I a i e, a 1 1 i ' i x '.-i-n..- fi.MiUlilS ui uiiiuiuec ii' .. u.i.uj4-.uf"i
ca - aT onPcliug with it. j
M irejr 31. Au- act o eJttcni the, time J
for tba re jU; ration of ffraaU, deeda nnd
other coaveyapeca Tba n.aal act for
twa year. , ,
' March 31. Anjrt aopplcmentary to
(ha act ereailnf Saail couuiy Tim ntit
al act rlvlnj JuruJiftion, ejUbli.biug
eoarti, cootity gorernwmt, &e. k
March 31. An act tl.ai'nx tlio tim
ol bol.linjr tba Ppriitt; Tcri of Jtmnforl
and 1'iit Courta Tba coui lr lleaufurt
on t 14 b Monday after tha I M.m.I.iT
in i . I ary jioil. ue'iti, r ll.t- 10 1
Monday after tbo 3d MouJar nt rVbraa
Ainil I. ItriioluiiorV.L-avorif P. K.
- niiink .vuuiior au
iinUii k AuJiior auiSnriietT to audit
irrnr ar HyH
mo u ili on the eh.rve aaalnst Judire Jones.
m i! the Public JnatSurer I directed to
( A pi il 1. Ucsofutioii iu favor of Mrs.
I Jane llintonTay her 140 for wood
j furnished luttaiifl Asylum.
,piilT An act, to authoriio the Com-
miiimcra ol JolinstoD county to issue
ids, ic t- Jlay iaaua 000 id cuupon
nds, payable in five years, for the puryj
oie of funding the old debt ; eoupont
receivable lor county taxes ; commission
ers to levy a tax ta moot principal and
April 1. An, act for tho protection of
Fair grounds Societies may appoiut po
licemen, who upon being sworn, possess
the powers of coustables to preserve th
peace, -Vc ; protects articles intended for
exhibition from seizure.
April 1. An act to incorporate the Ma
rion High School, in McDowell county
Grants the usual powers and authorizes
them to Uic tbo buildings heretofore used
by tbo Male and reuiale Academy.'
April 1. An net to incorporate the
Wairenton nnd Macon Turnpike Compa
ny Charters n company with a capital
of 3,000; to build a road from arren
ton to Macon depot
April 1. An act to incorporate tire town
of Iturnsville, In the eoonty of Yancey
Usual charter with a provision to Bubmit
the question of license or no license to
April I. An act in relation to fishing
in Pamlico and'Tnr Rivers, and Tranters
Creek Fbids fishing from Uattle's Fac
tory to a point below Washington, from
noon on Saturdays to light on Monday
morning, under penalty.
Tho following is the
text of the
Ku Klnx bill .finally.
An Act to Enforce the Provisions of the
Fourteenth Amendment to the Consti
tution of the United States and for other
lie it enacted ly the Senate and House
of Hepresetitatire of the United Slates of
A merica in Cunaresss assembled : That
any person who under color of any law,
statute, ordinance, regulation, custom or
usage of any state shall subject, or cause
tc be subjected, any person within the
jurisdiction of-.tbe United States to the
deprivation of any af the rights, previ- j
leges or immunities secured by the con
stitution of the United States, shall, any
such law, static, ordinance, regulafion,
gtom or nnige. of tho state to the con
tray notwithstanding, be liable to the
party injured in nny action at law, suit iu
equi"ty, or other proper proceeding for
red res ,. such proceeding to be prosecuted
in tbe several district or circuit courts of
the United States
with, and subject, to
w tfnnM. rM.jf.-..r-Jn.,. m. 'w.ih wpirw-
i ...it. ..; :.l,.,l !,!-..
i rror ailtl oilier lunu:e iiiimiai in ..ie
cn(i,.R in guch courts under the provisions
m 0 tho 9th of-April, J SGGjj en-
ti, Tfnlf elrt'litcr-'W :' thffr -civrl richtf,
cation! aiid the other, remedial laws of
the UniTedStates which are iu their na
ture applicable to such cases.
S c. 2. TliltJf two or mote persons
within anystate r tejjtitory of tbe Uni
ted Statesshnll coVspire together to over
throw, or to put dowfy or -to destroy by
force tbe government of the United
State ; or to levy war against. the United
Slates; or to oppose by fqre'e the author
ity of the government f the United
States: or bv force, inliniidariou. or threat
t prevent, hwmert" or ciel
tiow of any law ot tlie Libitea amies j or
by force to seize, takjf.. or possCBS any
'property (el the UnitijTStates contrary to
the authority thercoff or by force, 'intimi
dation, or threai tof prevent any person
from accepting of holding-any office of
ttusr or place yfJfr confidence ' under the
Unind KtaJf or fioin discharging the
or Utrrat to iiimice any tiiicet; or me
ited Slates to leave any stale, district,
or place where bis 'duties as such officer
. , . - n . ! i :
nngtit law iutiy ie pcrioimeci, or 10 injure
him in bis person or property on account
' r i.: 1 C . I ,l;-,l.r..., ..I . I,,. .Intli-a nf
,M4.ffice,orto injure Ins-person T.nrl "f' leather or all the Soi'M. us. xua G( -A pious Jie-en-aed
in the lawful discharge of Uifc, af..resaid. Hie .conyjcUoj. .-of ich . p,, wm. wae otice caught by her maa-
AiZ of bis office. or to ininre his prop-' off. nders and the p.. f ervnl-V the pnb. ,cr steylmg a,4?ol.y, and the net booday
TIV lo O t iii"tcri. iiiiiuti, Mitv--1 i
kVee4rmw--bfm-ht- thc"drsct.aTiT1Tram, .p v.w 5Uti' ' I
ur in i lit ii lo ui . I"1'.. "" - -
any court of the United . .Slates from nt
?mt In iktiui uce the T.er.dtcU.4'JClm
''', or indictment f noyyurnr. ..rran-l
jnror la anyxonrf of I be I 'i.it d Stale, -r 1
to injuro any sufch juror in his p
property on accoant of any rerdict, pre
aentmenhor indictment lawful! r assent
ed to by him, or en accoant o( bis belnf,
orthsrlng been, such Jnrarj or bImII con
spire together or go in dinjalse vpoe tbo
public bighwar or the prcmlsea another
for lb parprae, either directlj or Indirect,
ly, tf depriving any feraan, or any da."
ol prraona ol tlio ctjunl protection c-l tba
lawa or tbe equal privi!er'i s or iaiinoul-
tl'i under the law., rr for tho purpose tf
1IKi'UU..(,'li AUmtrr.ng the nwaitilal
authorities of any Ut freto ' giving or
aeenring to nil persons within such state
tba eqnal protectiono of the laws y or
t hall conspire together for tbe purpose,
In fr-vrnirrn nf -tm-rirrti: tihVrf erttl
In ffy-iWnrler7of -tmYrtfTtf;; rirfrdrrlrt
or defoatlug 4ke doc course; of ju.tlco iu
any stato or territory, with intent to deny
to any citison of the butted Stnto the
due aud erjuaV-protection .of tba laws, or
to injure any person Iu bis person or nil
property lor lawfully enforcing the right
of any peisen, or class or persons, to the
equal protection of the lawa ; or by
force, intimidation, or threat to prevent
any citiien of tbe United Statea lawfully
entitled to rote from giving bis support
oa advocacy in a lawful manner toward,
or in favor of, the election of any lawful
ly qualified person as an elector of presi
dent or vice president of tbo United
States, or as a member of the congress of
tbe United States, or. to injure any such
citizen in bis person or property on ac
count of such support or advocacy, each
nnd every person so Mending shall be
deemed guilty of a high crime, nnd upon
conviction thereof in any district or cir
ctlit court of the United States, or the
district or supreme court of any territory
of the United States having jurisdiction
of similar offenses, shall be punished by
a fine of not less tliau cillO nor more
than f.i.OOO, or by ituprisoumciit, with or
without hard labor, as tbo court may do-
teruiitic, for a period of not Ic8 than six
months nor more than six years, as tlio
court may determine, or by both such
fine and imprisonment, as the court shall
determine; and if any one or more per
sons engaged in any such conspiracy
shall do, or ca jse to be done, any act in
furtherance of tbo object of such couspi
racy, whercbv any person "alinll be injur
ed in bis person or property. 'or deprived
of having and exercising any" right or
privilege of a citizen of the Lulled States,
tlumaaori! so. iuiymd J,depnvclrf such
uin an action for tho VccovWy otdtfuIVfaT
ages occasioned by such injury ordepri
valion of bis rights and privileges against
any one or more" of the persons" engaged
in such coiiaoiracy, such action to be pro
secuted in the proper district or circuit
court of the United States, with and sub
ject to tlie same rights of appeal, review
upon error, aud oilier remedies provided
in like cases in ench courts under tbo
provisions of the act of April 9, 18GG, en
titled "An act to protect all persons in
the United States in their civil rights
end to furnish iuc ius of their vindica
tion." Sec. '3. That in all cases where insur
rection, domestic violi lice, unlawful com
binations or conspiracies in ati3' State
shall so obstruct or hioili r the execution
of the laws there of and of the United:
Stales as to d( prive any portion or class
of people of such .'ilulo of any of the
ridus, privileges, immunities, or protec-J
lion named iii the t. - i . I i t n : iT iT"a'TT(l secur
ed by this act, and the .constituted au
thorities of such State shall eitlu r Lo un
able to protcct-or shall fioui any came
'"I i" or reluse me protection ci tne pe.-
.... , . , .... r . t
ITT r rtCTi i iiuf, putn i.it.s r.iiiio ni
di -fined a denial by -such State of tlie
equal protection of the laws to which they'
are entitled under theiConsliuuioii of the-
wbenever TJtiy such insurrection, violoiiciv
uiilifwTut combinaiifMi or conspiracy shall
oppose ( r ooatiuct ttie laws oi Hie ctnieu
States, or the cue execution thereof, or
impede or obstruct tbe due. course" of jus
tice under tbo same, il shall be lawtul for
the President. tand it shall be bis duty, to
take such measures, by tbo employment
of the militia or the laud and naval forces
of the United States, or either, or by oth
er means, as he may da m necessary, for
tbo suppression of spVh insurrection, do
mestic violence, or combinations; and any
..... . .. . . . .
person who shall bo arrested under tho
tVjSMjL8jO .ijll lift ftft&iileft'Ml'W P"T "
lions shall be delivered to tup marsnai pi
the proper districts to bo dealt with ac
cording to the 1av. . ( 7
Sec. 4. l'liat 'whenever, in any State,
or part of a State, the unlawful combina
tions named in riio preceding section of
this act shall bei organized, uud ruined,
and so nuuii lous and poweiful as to be
able by. vioJt4icft.ak...uiJkr.,ov'crjlrrow.4a;
set at defiance the 'cm.! tituted authorities
of such State, aud tlie United Sat s
i14if.iw.k&4t4- wlm ihncim.tli'Q'ed ,
auilioiities me iii complicity 'with or shall !
connive at the unlawful purpose of 'such L
powi.rl'iil and armed combinations, and
lie sa(IV pliall become iu (tucli h?ti let im i
shall be ..le
a r Molion
"tTi'' iITsttiet w
;IV ,t!ielt ol,"
.ich sb ii!
j-o ruiio. t l iiv r
t.- ii.Oel ll-intfr.ll. it sleiilTe
nil f.r tbo .
Vioal. nt of ihv Uiuk.r Sr..t s,L vbi'n in I
"H -5 inr!rm-nf-4tie- jnti- .- ;. i y . .l.ali-tv-.
inriyrrenl'tit vti g't.vi.y
u: it. so m--p-n'l 'l r ,r!v;i;.-gr
. . . ,t-,-rt-aa. 1.
' . TV7 - J , : , ' . lrf
1 "' ' .. ' - , . . ,"
;M M t ' ;'" '
f"r ";') - (.i ir" ifit ' !,tT--
tlon of an act entitled "A a act relating la
knbeat eorput and regulating judicial pro
ceedings In orrUin cases," approved
March 3, 1863, which relate to the dis
charge of prisoners oilier, then prisoners
of war, and te the penalty for refusing ta
oby the order of the ' courts, shall be la
full force so far as the same are applica
ble U the nrort.Ions of ibis section i JVo
pided further. That the President sba'd
firrt have mode proclamation, at row pro.
mlmiJty law,,.enaliSf .). .
gent I to disperse t JfotikJ mUa, Thai
the previsions of this section shall Ml bd.
in force after the end of the neil rrrvlar
session if Congress. . .
or petit juror la any court of the Laltei "
Sutes, ujkju any inquiry, hearing, ec .
trial of any salt, procecdinr. or proeeca
tiou baaed upon, or arising voder the pro
visions of thu act who shall la the fed
meut of the court bo la complicity with
any such combination or conspiracy, sad
every such juror shsll before enteriuf up
on any ucU inquiry, beannx, prtriaJ,
take aud subscribe an oath in opneourt "
that he has never, directly or indirectly,
counseled, advised, or voluntarily added
any luch combination or conspiracy, and
each and every person who Shall tax
this oath and shall therein swear falsely
shall ho gnilty of perjury, and shall be
subj et to tbe pains and penalties deciar-
d aguinst that crime, and tbe first section,
f the act entitled "An act defining addi
tional causes of challenge, and prescribing
prescribing an additional oath tor grand
aud petit jurors in the United States
courts," approved June 17, 18G2, be, and
the same is hereby repealed.
Sic. G. That any person or persona
having knowledge that any of the wrong
conspired to be done and mentioned Ta
the section of this act are about to b
committed, aud having the power to pre
vent or aid in preventing the same, who
shall neglect or refuse so to do, and such
wrongful act be shall committed, such
person or persona aball be liable to the
person injured, or his legal representa
tives, for all damages caused by any sack
wrongful act which such first-named per
son or persons by reasonable diligence
could have prevented, and such damages
may be recovered in an action on the case
in any proper circuit court of the United
States, and any number of persona guilty
of such wrongful neglcetor refuBal.ffiT
menceu wunin one year aner sucu cause
of action shall have accrued, and that, if
ttieMealh of" any person" sliatr"1e caused "
by any such wrongful act and neglect,
the legal representatives of such deceased
person shall bavo such action therefor, .
and may recover not exceeding $5:000
damages therein for the benefit of the
widow of such deceased person, it any
there be, or, if there be uo widow, for the
benefit of the kext of kin of such deceas
Sec. 7. Nothing heroin contained iuall
be construed to supersede or" repeal any
former act or law, except so fitr as the
same, may bo it pugnant thereto, Sqd any
offences heretofore committed against the
tenor of any former act sbairbe proseen
ted, and any proceeding already com-.,
menced for the prosecution thereof shall
be continued and completed, the same as
if this nci bad not been nasced, except so
far 118 the provisions of this act may goto
sustain and validate surb proceedings.
'1 he GobDscriMiDTS. A paper in
New Yofk, run by females, knows as
)jclhull fClftjn?s WtcUtfj, which ..'.
free spoten Iin t; aiit iiorUisfriclIneS to..
scandal, lately pu'LHshed a statement that
-Jjamy Lind's husband bad. r.uiitbrough
V. it " . i i t t
her siilemlid lorttuie, and tlial sue naa
forced to teach niusic for a eupport
Three London journals copied this. atate-,
nient, were sued for libel, and were each
mulcted in X730 damages ; this,, too, not-,,
withstanding that tbc defendants express
ed their regret for having published the
paragrrpb, which appeared without tho
knowledge of tlio responsible editors. , In -giving
the" verdict the foreman of the jury
declared that they felt that -i'no amount -"of
damages could compensate the plain
"tiff for the injtrryfticted'-upon him' by t
"so iniquitous a libel." The testimony
gien proved mat Air. uoinscnmiut una
managed the propertyunder hjs control
twee u himself and his wife were kind and
affectionate. Mrs. GohWlimidt herself
tesnfiud to this "effect. Ilia Lord tlhief"
Justice, in summoning np, pronounced the
libel ''most scandalous and. abominable,
"and one for which t here, was noCa shad'
i-o w of a fouHdatiou." v
A pretty good warning against copying
a Lit f eodl 4ria a paper s edited -by
women' rii'bla wonn ii. What wduld
become of the world iftTicso women were
u get Iwld of the State and tlie press!
'i - would b rxll-mel indeed.
" , Jiiekmond ISUpatch.
nnrUM.k of ike
coiiiinuiiioti, alter wnicu
r. . .
.t - - .
the master nccosttal Iier as follows : - . -
Wh)-, HaunabjLi yon to-day at
c 'oninuiil'iii table.
Y st tank tie. LtrJ, niassa, I was low-
llo be dar wrd de rested' Ilhr fanuly."
mttit, If -.iiii.iTi l,was surprised to sce
; . . ' ! mi . .-. -..
Voil tii'To, r re sftn. uuw n noow
Sha looRrd a 1 title surprised, a il sbe
h otnne4iijlh'qLty siioni: tat
f-r't biiigrlTijntaMtit'g, exrl-iini
1. limed ;
Ub-v, iUr .la yt imk Use gwine '
?Ln U.I goose staii 1 a,twcn me aal
Maker!" . - '