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THUMOAY JUNE 8, 187^
Some of our citizens are gashing over
■ ap ***** *W»feh potatoes
The •'Sheriff left yesterday morning
with two pifaoacrs for the State peniten-
CoagNto ha* appropriated SIO,OOO
for the nn«F of the DM river from
Clarheevllb to Daobury.
I Special attention it invited to oar ad
vertisement* this week all of whioh are
new, with f ery Jew exceptions.
We ham that Mr. Ciewnons has
eub-let the tmaii route frost Salnm to
Mt Airy 10 Mr. D. N. Dalton, of oar
MAUUD, oa the 3d instant, by J. T
AIU»/%q , Ma. Josara SOUTIIKRN
nd MIYS DOHA BAKU ILL, all of this
la uiww to noßwroas inquiries we
will state that "Marah Anderson's
Work," the beoutifcl original novelette
written by "fHo," will be rammed neat j
weak, - «
There waa a large number of people
ia Danbury oa MondSj and Tuesday of
ike first week of Court. The hotela,
etoreu aud grogshops were liberally pat
We will aooa effeot an arrangement
with a prominent warehouseman in Win
-etoa whereby we will be enabled to for
•nish our patrons with oorrect tobacco
quotations every week.
The attention of the public ia re
epeetfUly iati|»4 to the advertisement
«f oar worthy yoang merchant, Mr. R.
T. Joyoe. See what he aaya in another
If yoa want the picture of yourself,
friend, relative or sweetheart, call on Mr.
W. 0. MeCanless, who has opened a
• photographic gallery in Danbary. See
DUD, oa the 29th of May, in the 30tb
year of her age, Mas. DHJA J. Boxus,
wife of the Rev. Thomaa Boyles. She
waa a good woman, and left many friends
to mourn their loss.
We regret to learn thct cur patriotio
and intelligent eitisen, Col. 6. M. Hughes
will leave oar county in a few days for
Mtgfreesboro, Tenn , where he will re
main for wine length of time.
- O. M. Holkee, Esq , of the Winston
AWmst, was at oar Court on Monday
of last week We an pleased to know
that his paper la doing good servioe
withia the boaads of ito circulation.
• I i|l ft • •
The gcfaeial crop prospects ia this
section are flattering. A larger breadth
of earn waa planted than oaual, but a
pant foiling of in the tobeeoo crop.
Wheat, oateoad potatoes are quite prom
Pepper jfe Bona are making rapid pro
graaa in repairing their burnt building.
Notwithstanding their loss was heavy,
With untiring anargj aad the liberal
patraasge ibey in receiving from a
£ ■ ■ ■ mim
Upon dilligent inquiry we learn from
th» moat intelligent planters of tho
poaaty that Stokes cannot produce more
tkaa e— fourth of aa average crop of
VMan this year. If the crop sustains
aaj daoflQ* hereafter, this estimate will
bweofcjeet tow reduction.
We are much gratified at the deep in
tow* oar citiaeos, eoaatymen and ac
quaintances are manifcMng in the re
—aakatiaa of TG* DAHBUST RKPOSTIU..
lMf ktod fc, om, »*»!**
We WCM visited by an oausual heavy
htoSoaday evening, wUch did
loamimaHahaMjC hi the oounty. La
tha Oaariil aeighhorhoi i, down Town
£*£4** Ileal eeighborhood, we
and corn fields. F* the
last two or three mornings the weather
hae keen almost ecol enough, for froet.
QepNi week left many a fellow in a
tort W *»■*/. melancholy eoodition,
with head md eyea di
f Thiathing ofgo
b§bstore Judge CM for appropria
ting kltie things to one's use, to whioh
the titles nee not efaar, fa calculated to
u **** °*°* d » one of those
•»—, of fuiij, »lof or
Chicken cholera has abated ia thia
section Bince Court convened.
- A number Of oar friends from the
country oaaght the fresh meat disease
during their rooent visit to our village.
We have heard of only a few persons
in attendance upon this Court who forgot
to settle their hotel bills before leaving
Whea Court convened wo had nine
prisoners in jail, and when Court ad
journed we had ten left. This is re
ducing county expenses in Washington
Oa Wednesday morning a common
road wagon left Danbury with about two
hundred pound* of Judge and some five
hundred pounds of lawyers—the entire
cargo for the depot at Wiceton.
A certain man, being unaequaintcd
with the peculiarities of some of our
Village gates, happened to get his foot
uoder one of them before be found out
a soythe blade Was attached to it. A
ruined boot and an injured foot was the
Stokes Superior Court wsa called on
Monday of last week—his Honor, Judge
Cload, presiding, and Joseph Dobeoo,
Esq., representing the Btate. The State
docket was unusually heavy, there being
one hundred and twenty indictments on
record at its opening. The bar of the
Circuit was ably represented by Mossrs.
Masten, Buxton, Watson, Wilson, Mast,
Dillard, Mebane, Watkins, Graves and
Glenn, besides oar own oountymen,
Messrs. Joyce, King and Boyden.
Among the most important cases dis
posed of, were the following:
State vs. J. H. Reid and others; af
fray; verdict of guilty as to Ried, Dun
lap and Reid, but not guilty as to Steel.
State vs. James Bennett, Wm. Ben
nett and others; affray; guilty, as to
James and William Bennett.
State vs. Anderson Hay, colored,
charged with breaking open a honsoand
stealing fodder therefrom; guilty; sen
tence, 5 years ia the penitentiary.
State vs. Gilbert Gilmer, aliai Gilbert
Chatham; horse stealing; guilty; 10
years in the penitentiary.
State vs John Brimer, colored, and
Nanoy Biby, white; miscegenation;
guilty; sentence, eaoh six months im-
Srisonment in tho county jail, and that
ohn Brimer then give a bond of S3OO
to leave the oonnty.
Stats vs. Eli Cox; stealing $5 60;
foilty; sentence suspecded and prisoner
W. 8. Lawsoo ; assault; gnilty; 30
days in jail and $25 fine.
State vs. Joseph Glenn, ool; man
slaughter ; justifiable homioide; prisoner
A largo majority of cases before the
Court were of a trivial oharaoter, grow
ing out of the excessive use of liquor.
Domestic infelioity among the colored
population and tho fisticuffs that take
plaos at the barrooms of the county are
a heavy tax and a source of great annoy
anoe to onr people. We hope some
mans will soon be devise to dispose of
ftuoh grievances by a shorter and less
Court adjourned on Tuesday without
takiop up the civil docket.
The Board met on last Monday.
Present: C. M. Lasley, chairman, John
M. Linville, John Martin, Wm. H.
Sohaub and J, M. Martin.
Pauper claims allowed and ordered
paid same as last month, except Theoph
ilua Kiser in addition $2.
The following claims wero allowed and
ordered to be paid:
Wyatt B. Vaughn, assess oa I 600
Wm. A. Jessup, " « 6 00
Joel T. Allea, " • 9 00
Wm. Neweom. - - 6 00
Martin Venable, « " 9 00
Robt. J. South, Court Offiocs, 450
H M. Gibeon, " " 7 60
R. W. Boles, ooaveying pauper to
Poorhouso, - 606
W. H. Gentry, Sheriff's fees 375 36
ULIASKS AMD EXEMPTIONS.
Caleb Lynch, releaaed from poll tax
charged erroneously, 1873.
John H. Campbell, John P. Foddrill
aad G. W. Foddrill, exempt from poll
tax infirmities, 1876.
to $i ooo Tilly ' lMd rtdao * d from W ' 6oo
J. H. King, released from tax oa land
aad other property (erroneous), 93 87.
The following order* were also made
That T. J. Wilson be employed and
retained as oonnftCl for the Board in a
colt wherein Nancy Pitaer, Guardian,
vs. The County, ana that the Clerk issue
an order to the Treasurer to pay to said
T. J. Wilson ten dollars, his fee iu said
That tie Clerk issue an order to the
Treasurer to JSJ to J. H. Dillard ten
dollar* fee as referee in the above suit,
one half of which is to be credited by
plaintiff oa said judgment againat the
county. Order issued.
That the Clerk of this Board issue an
order tot the County Treasurer to pay
Wm. Davis two hundred and fourteea
dollars and ninety-five cents, it being
tho interest on hi* judgment against the
county of Stokes to this date.
That 0. M. Lastey, /. M Martin and
W. 11. Bcha«b be appointed a commit
toe to settle with tbe Sheriff and Trens
nrer of Stokea eounty on the Ist day at
-Jnly, 1876, nod that tha Clerk notify
, the Sheriff and Treasurer to attend.
Public Meeting la Danbury.
Pursuant to advertisement i meeting
of tbe citizens of Stokes county was held
in tbe Court House, at Danbury, on
,i Tuesday, May 30tb, for the purpose of
appoiuting delegate.* to tbe Congression
al District Convention to be held at
Greensboro, on the 12th of June, pro* ,
and also to tho Stato Convention ooo
| voniug at Kaleigh oo tho 11th of June,
t for the purpoee of nominating a candi
date for Governor, and other State
On motion, Col. Beoj. Bailey was
called to the chair, and J. T. Darlington
was requested to act as Secretary.
Tho following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That this meeting select
1 five special delegates from each township
Co represent tho ooanty to.the State
Congressional Conventions, bat that a# J* ■
other member of tha party who may at
tend shall be authorized to act as a
The Allowing were appointed under
| the above resolution:
Mkadow Totvnsmp — W. W. King,
' J. B. Vaughn, Joel Y. Allen, Caleb
Hill, Wilson B. Vaughn.
Sauuatown. —Sterling Adams, C. W.
McAnnally, W. W. Witheis, Dr. W. A.
Lash, J. M. Covington.
YADKIN.— D. N. Dalton, W. H.
Watts, J. Q. A. King, W. H. Sohaub,
Quakjcb Gap.— M. T. Smith, Dr. B.
F. Moir, John L. Linville, A. P. Jessup,
S. M. Hughes.
Peters Crisk.—Thomas Martin, Dr.
J. L. Peatrotß, James Rierson, Jr., J.
M. Hill, Dr. Frank Pringle.
Snow Cribk.— A. J. Brown, Z. S.
Alley, J. M. Martin, J. G. Penn, (J. B.
Bbavkr Island.—J. 0. H. Mitchell,
L. W. Anderson, Sam'l Hairston, 0. M.
Lasley, Sam'l Wail.
On motion, the Chairman and Secre
tary of this meeting were added to die
above list of delegates. 4
On motion, the following resolutions
ResolueJ, That wo endorse Hon. A.
M. Scales as our representative in Con
gress, and ruoommeod bis re-nomina
Rctoloed, That while we will support
any maa whom tho State Convention
may nominate, yet wo hereby express
our preference for Hon. D. 8. Reiif, of 1
Bookingham, as a candidate for Gov
The following resolutions were also
Resolved, That a County Convention
of the Conserrative party of Stokes
county will be held in the Court House,
in Danbury, on Monday, the 7th day of
August, 1876, at 12 o'clock, M., for the
purpoee of nominating candidates for
tbe General Assembly aad oounty
Resolved, That eaoh township hold
meetings during the month of July and
select delegates to represent them in the
Connty Convention, aud that eaob
township bo allowed five votes in the
Retolved , That tbe County Executive
Committee give general notice of the
time and Dlace of tbe said Convention,
and that the proceedings of this meeting
be furnished the Danbury Bkpobtbb,
Western Sentinel and Salem Pre**, with
the request to publish.
Ou motion, the meeting adjourned.
Benjamih Bailby, Ch'mn.
J. T. Darlinuton, Sec'ry.
NEWS OP THE WEEK
Scott Partin, the wife murderer, has
The tobaeoo barn of W. A. Winstead.
of Person oonnty, was reoently destroyed
by fire. 24,00 pounds of tobaoco were
Mr. Joe Cos, of Iredell oounty, found
SSOO in greenback lying in the fcimtf
between Statesville and Turnersburg, a
few days ago.
A dispatch announces that Senator
Morton will be unable to visit North
Carolina at this time on account of
pressing public busness.
Tbe Sheriff of Perquimans county
North Carolina, weighs 410. When a
prisoner is refractory he sits down on
nim.— Detroit Free Pre**.
A little daughter of Mr. Greetjen,
of Wilmington, was reoently attaoked
by a ferocious dog, and a large piece
of flesh bitten from ber arm.
Hon. W- M. Bobbins has been sug
gested as a suitable oandidate for Gov
ernor. The Democrats of his Diatriot
want him to repreeent them again in
?s.—Scrutinise with care five dollar
notes of the Merchant's National Bank,
New Bedford, Massachusetts. A large
batch of counterfeits have been thrown
on the Richmond market.
Dr. Orison informs the Raleigh News
that the insane Asylum ie new crowded
to its utmost oapaoity, and there is not a
day bat what he reeeivee application
from some oounty in the State
The Raleigh Sentinel has been piaeed
into the hands of jt receiver.
We learn that a colony is organizing
in Massachusetts to emigrate to Western
A fire broke out in the cellar of Mot
ley A Co.'s drug store, in Reidstiile, just
opposite the Richmond snd Danville
railroad depot, completely destroying a
drug aad two .large grocery stores. Tho
loss is estimated at $7,000. only $4,000
insurance. The News office material
was saved but badly damn god.
Rev. Dr Wilson, P. E. of Greensboro
District, publishes the following notice
in the Christian Adtocate:
"The District Conference will be held
in the Methodist Church at Winston, N.
C., beginning Thursday morning at 10
o'clock, June 22d, and olosing with the
religious services of the following Sab
bath. Ministers and laymen of onrown
and other districts are cordially invited
Financially, the big show at Philadel
phia, is proving a failure.
An aligator supposed to be 150 years
6ld has been sent to the Centennial.
The chances for Bristow, as a Presi
dential candidate, are on the increase.
The Democrats madu almost a clean
sweep of the local elections in Virgiuia
A coast steamer was sunk near Hong
Kong on the 16th and one bnndred
lives lost. ,f
Up to the 15th inst, $ 1,224,000 in
silver ooin had been paid out under the
The Senate, by a majority of eight,
decide to take juri&4iotion of the Bel
knap impeachment case.
The Bepublioan delegation to the Cin
cinnati Convention, from Alabama, favor
Bristow for the Presidency.
Governor Pinkney Whyte, of Msry
land, is spoken of as a Democratic can
didate lor Vice-President.
Every day it looks more and more as
if a Western man would receive the ,
Democratic Presidential nomination. i
The Treasury has stopped paying oat
silver ou ourrency cheeks, and silver has
advanoed two and n half per cent, pre
The New York Sun says Seoator
Thurman is a very able man. He is
one of the foremost nUlnssstiu in the
oonntry. He would make a first-class
Lo!—Thi Poor Indians.—Every
day brings news of fighting and blood
shed in the Black Hills. The disturb
nnocs are becoming more serious than
was anticipated. Forty thousand Sioux
fighting to protect their oountry from
invasion of the whites and wreaking
Indian's vengeance upon tbe goid-hun
ters, is a matter of grave import.
A Convention of the Democratic-Con
servative voters of the Fifth Congres
sional Distriot will be held in Greensboro
on Monday, the 12th day of Jnne next, 1
for the purpose of nominating a candi
date for Congress and a Presidential 1
elector and selecting two delegates to
the St. Louis Convention. A full at
tendance Is earneitly desired.
M. S. Bobbins, ") v
E. B. With gas, C
J. I. SCALES. ) COM -
May 20th, 1876.
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Delegate* to the State Convention.
Roomb Dbmocbatto-Consbkva- )
TIVB Ex. COMMITTII. j
RALEIGH, May 24, 1876.
In pursuance of tho oall of the State
Demooratio Conservative Executive
Committee, delegates to the State Con
vention will meet in Metropolitan Hall
in this city, on the 14th of June,
at 12 it.
By arrangement with the Railroad
Companies in tho State, with the ex
ception of the W. A W. R. R. Co.,
which declines any roduotion, delegates
will be permitted to return free upon
producing n certificate from tbe Secre
tary of the Convention that they paid
full first olasfl fare in coming to the
■ame. W. B Cox, Chairman.
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Pierce Pighting in Cuba.
Important news has just been brought
in. Gen. Calleja (tbe Segunda Cabo,)
assumed command of the army, as an
nounced t few days since, and maasiug
all his available force, advanoed to his
Gruoes, and (lessented battle to tha Ca
bens, at a short distanoe from the town.
The battle resulted in i victory for
the insurgents, after a protracted fierce
engagement lasting the whole day. Tbe
low of tbe Spanish army is roughly es
timated at between 1,000 and 1,500
men killed, wounded and prisoners, with
tbe loss of eleven commissioned officers.
This is by far tbe most important
battle of the war, as the forces engaged
numbered nearly 10,000 men on both
sides. The glad tidings are depicted
on the countenances of every Caban
Plantation Flor de Cuba was attaoked
this week by a force of insurgents,,
1 which was repulsed.
Worth Carolina Troops in tbe Late
General D H. Hill in e reoeat num
ber of bis admirable paper, tbe South
ern Home, says:
"We claim for our North Carolinians
that they not only exhibited the highest
gallantry in action but that they evinced
the most patisot endurance of hardship
and trial. Tbe Old North State fur
nished 108,000 of the 600,000 sroops in
the Confederate servioe. She furnished
one half the soldiers that attacked
McClellau on bis right flank at Rich
mond nnd dtove him to his gun loats
Through the long, dreary years of war,
she still, kept her numerical superiority
to her sister States, and at the closing
scene at' Greensboro, one third of the
soldiers, who slacked their arms, were
her gallant and long enduring sots In
all the terrible conflicts in Virginia, tbe
best blood of North Carolina was freely
poured out, s nd no stain of dishonor ever
tinged even a single regimental banner.
Tne troops of our sister States knew
that all was well when they had Tar
heels on their right and left. North
Carolina came out of the war with a
most glorious rtoord. It becomes the
survivors and their descendants to see to
it that that record is not dimmed, and
that some raitable memorial of tbe gal
lantry of our soldiers keep ever fresh in
the minds of posterity the history of
their glorUiu deeds Every Confeder
ate ' burial ground should have a neat
and tasteful monument inscribed with
the names of ear fallen heroos. We
repeat in reference to this, what wc have
often said, tbst tbe oountry, which
ceases to honor its martyrs of liberty,
will soon cease to produee men worthy
of honor. There is no surer mark of the
decadence of publio virtue than the
failure to honor those wbo gave their
lives for their country.
-Ajrt Oallery !
WO. MeCanlese respectfully informs
• the cltisens of Daabury aoil vicinity
that he has opened a PHOTOGRAI'IIIC GAL
LERY np-€tair? over the Postoffl' e. where he
is prepared to take Pictures in the Uicst and
most Improved styles, and at very low pi ices.
Give Mm an early call. itf.
WK HAVE THE PLEASURE OF AN
nouncing to oar old customers, nnd
all who will honor db in the future with their
patronage, that two yoars' experience in a
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM
has given as many advantages in supplying
the wants of the people. To enumerate the
many articles of our STOCK is unnecessary,
since you all know t!i« various
LINES OP MERCHANDISE
that we keep. We feel safe in sajlag that NO
BETTER STOCK is kept in tho county.
Something It Sat
PAYNE'S BEST FAMILY FLODB always
on hand—every bag warranted.
We can assure you that our STOCK is very
attractive, nnd prices
AS LOW THE LOWEST!
We trust that our present castomeia may
continue, and that other friends and strangers
may give us a call before purchasing else
To all we extend a cordial welcome.
B. T. JOYCE.
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