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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Repprtegjpi ; the Observer by Walton M. Busbee,
1 State, vs. Purify--CraYen.
The f OeffeBdant' was charged ini the
indictment for obstructing "a certain
public hiehway. whereas the proof
was that he had obstructed "a certain
private cartway" leading from the
dwelling house, &c, to the public road.
The tjourt s&y&i A vublic hianvxiv 13
one established by public authority and
kept in order by the public, under the
direction of the public, or else it is one
used generally by the public for twenty
years, and over which tha public au
thorities have exerted5 control and for
the reparation of which ttiey are re
spopsfble. ; '
A. cartway is a way established by
law for a person who has not the bene
fit of a public highway, and for that
On account ot the variance between
the allegation and the proof, the de
fendant was entitled to an acquittal.
JN 0 error. Affirmed.
Campbell vs. Brown & Brown Bun
Thi3 action, begun in December, 1876,
was brought to recover the balance due
on a bona given by the defendants in
April, 1852, payable nine months after
date, at Pittsburg, Pa. Payment, pre
sumed under the statute, from the
lapse of time since the datebf the last
payment, was what the defense relied
on. Letters from each defendant were
introduced, in which there were ex
press acknowledgements of the debt as
still subsisting and promises to pay it.
The last letter of defendant W. J.
Brown was dated September 24, 1870 ;
that of the other defendant 19th of Sep
tember, 185G. It was shown that he had
left the State in the year 1852, before
the maturity of the bond, and had not
resided here since that date.
The court ! instructed the jury that
the unqualified admissions of the note
sued on, and a promise to pay it by one
defendant, made within ten years pre
ceding the bringing of the action and
before the bar of the statute was com
plete, counting out the time between
May 20, 1861, and January 1, 1870, would
rebut the presumption of bayment as
to both and entitle plaintiff to recover
against both ; that if defendant J. E.
begged indulgence, then the time of
such indulgence given would not be
counted as to him; that if defendant
John E. left the State before the bond
matured, and had not since returned,
the statute would not run nor the pre
sumption arise as to him.
Judgment tor piainun; aeienaant
The court savs : That the proviso con
tained in Rev. Code, ch. 65, sec. 10, has
no application to the case of a presumed
payment arising from the lapse of time
under the act ot 1826. it is trie duty or
a debtor, notwithstanding his place of
residence, to seek his creditor for the
purpose of making payment, and there
will be a presumption or his having
done so in every instance after the
lapse of the time which the statute re
quires. The rule wnicn anowstne obligations
of one co-defendant to be affected by a
payment made by another has been
directly applied in McKeethan vs. At
kinson, 1 Jones, 421; vvnrong vs. tjnne,
Id- 501 ; Lowe vs. Sowell, 3 Jones, 67.
In Buie vs. Buie, 2 Ired., 87, there was
evidence to repel the presumption as to
one defendant, and the court held that
if the presumption was not repelled
also in regard to the other defendant,
the jury should have found the issue on
plea of payment in iavor or Dotn ; ror
if the presumption held as to one, pay
ment by him discharged the debt. The
distinction was taken between matter
which extinguished the debt, and that
which only was a bar to the remedy.
Error. Venire de novo.
Meneely & Co. vs. Craven Randolph.
- Action begun in a justice's court in
which the plaintiff seeks to recover
$150.62 balance due on the purchase of
Defendant insisted that there was a
srecial warranty on the part of the
plaintiff as to the tone and metal of the
hell, that the same failed to come up to
the warranty, in fact was so faulty
that he was forced to sell it and buy a
new one. and the amount due him as
such breach of warranty as a counter
claim to plaintiff's demand, then he
nut in a claim in his own favor for
&179.36 thus making the counter-claim
amount to S329.98.
The iurv after setting off plaintiff's
demand allowed the defendant $179 36
as balance. due for breach of warranty.
On motioathe judge set aside the ver
diet anddefendant appealed.
Held : That a counter-claim, the
amount of which exceeds the jurisdic
tion of a i ustice's court, can not be en
tertained in a court of that character ;
also, no amendment can be permitted
in' the Superior Court, after appeal,
whir.h serves to enlarge the sum de
manded beyond the jurisdiction of the
Uovett va.Taughn, 85 N. C, 363. Me
r.lpnahan vs.- Cotton. 83 N. C. 332. Derr
vs. Stubs ib. 539 cited.
No error. Affirmed.
PAfartsfn Guano Co. vs. Magee et als
la September 1S78 Magee- as consta
ble levied upon the entire cotton crop
of one Jordan, by virtue of certain jus
tii'a pxecution. amounting in the ag
crrpcr:ip to S15S3.08 in favor of other
tlefe.ndiints. Later in the same month
the plaintiff commenced this action of
Hxim and delivery for eleven hundred
und twentv five pounds of said cotton
ttstimated to be worth S112 00 churning
to have special property in thesame for
trnano furnished said Jordan in 1878 to
enable him to make a crop, as set forth
in Hip, following instrument
"!rar. of North Carolina, county of
No. 202. On or before the .1st
day of November 1878, 1 promise to pay
tn th Pataosco Guano Company the
sum of eleven hundred and twenty-five
pounds or gooa iini. coLioii, mi icuui,
ers furnished for the year 1878.
Thereby constitute this obligation i
lien on my crops of all kinds for the
vear 1878 and bitid myself, my heirs
and-asaigua for the faithful payment of
the same, waiving cmims anu exemp
tions allowed bv law.
Witness my hand and set1, June G'.h,
1678.1 . ,
..! r'tfV. .-,., . . r.5 -i
W. P. Vick.
Upon plaintiff's making the proper
affidavit and gfvlng;t he required bond
1,125 pounds of cotton was delivered
and retained by him.
Vtf$ IsJuesfeubtaitted the i nty sf und
thfe WdeWll23 Jcu ndVtaKerbV the
ants stistatned by reason ia plaintiff's
action, no other damage.. Judgment
was given irr favor of defendants for
said sum. withinterest from 30th Sep
tember 1878'irom which both .parties
The plaintiff "assigns as error: ;
1. The refusal of the court to admit
the instrument in evidence either- as
an agricultural lien, or1 as a mortgage.
2. The exclusion of the testimony of
the agent Vick as to the agreement of
a. That no interest ahnnlrl h allnwprl
the defendants on the damages assessed
by the jury, out interest was given
from the date of the seizure by the
Held. The case of Glark vs. Farrer. 64
N. C, 686, is directly in point. An agri
cultural lien can only be acquired by
virtue of the statute and a strict com
pliance .with its requirements. The
agreement must be reduced to writing
and executed'by the parties before the
advancements are made or the supplies
An instrument which is intended bv
the parties to operate as an agricultural
lien and which purports to be one, must
take effect as sue ft, or not at all; and
will not be permitted to avail as a mort
gage. The decision is upon the ground
that the creditors and subsequent pur
chasers mtve a right to icbow truly what
incumbrances are uBoa-xne property.
their exact nature and extent and this
information they are entitled to have
ex viceribus, the deed itself.1 The in
strument above set forth does not con
vey, or purport to convey the title of
the property, which was the subject of
agreement, to the plaintiff; but only
provides that the debt should constitute
a lien thereon. A decisive test of a
legal mortgage of personal property is
the use of words which make the in
strument one of sale, conveying the
title to the creditor conditionally, so
that, by the non-performance of the
condition, the title will be transferred
to the creditor, or he shall be clothed
with power to sell. It was proper to
reject the testimony offered, as to the
custom of the plaintiff to deliver goods
to customers before taking liens from
The rule in this State is that interest.
as interest, is allowed only when ex
pressly given by statute, or by the spe
cial agreement between the parties.
The only statute upon the subject is
Rev. Code, ch. 31, sec. 9. There is no
rule which gives it as a matter of law
and right and it was error in his Honor
to have thus added to the damages as
assessed by the jury.
J udgment reversed and defendants
will have judgment in this court for
$91.35, with interest from the first day
of the term of the court at which the
judgment appealed from was rendered.
Costs of this court divided between the
Maddrey vs. Long, et als. Northamp
Ashe, J. :
This was an action to recover land,
tried before Graves, Judge, at special
On the trial, tbe plaintiff introduced
the record of a judgment in favor of
himself against defendant Long. Exe
cution issued in June, 1878; the sheriff
sold the land and executed a deed to
The defendants urocker and Stephen
son ottered to .show that in uctober,
1869, W. H. Hughs, as executor of W.
M. Crocker, recovered three judgments
against defendant Long; that they
were regularly docketed ; execution is
sued and they became purchasers at the
sale and received a deed irom the sheriff
for the same. That Long has contin
ued to live on said land, but there has
been no agreement between him and
said C. and S., touching his continuing
in possession of the land. The court
being of opinion that C. and S. could
not avail themselves of any defense
which was not open to their co-defendant
Long, ruled out the evidence.
Judgment for plaintiff; defendant
Mela. Where a defendant is let in to
defend such an action by consent, he is
not restricted to the defense of the
party in possession upon whom the pro
cess was served originally, but any de
fense he can make is open to him.
Under sections 61-65 C. C, P., a land
lord let in to defend in an action for
the recovery of land is not restricted to
the defenses to which the tenant is
confined, nor is the principle varied
by the circumstance that the plaintiff
is the purchaser at execution sale
against such tenant and that the latter
was in possession at date of sale and of
the commencement of the action.
Error. Venire de novo.
England et als. vs. Garner et als
Smith C J.:
The object of this action is to im
peach and annul the several decrees of
the court of equity for fraud ; to set
aside the several conveyances under
which the defendants claim to derive
title; to compel the restoration of the
lands with an account of the rents,
profits and spoliation, and meanwhile
for an injunction to prevent the com
mission of further waste. As a defense
a demurrer is interposed, for an alleged
misjoinder of separate and distinct
causes of action, as improperly associa
ted under the code.
The court says: The essential and
primary relief sought is the setting
aside the decrees, and this done, the
other demands follow as a. matter of
course. They do not themselves consti
tute separate causes of action, capable
of severance and being separately pros
ecuted, but are inseparably connected
with the first.
There is no error in the court in over
ruling the demurrer.
Deloatch vs. Rogers Ni-r'.hamton.
Smith, C. J. :
This action is brought under section
300 O, C V., to recover possession of the
office of register of deeds which the de
fendant is alleged to have usurped and
to hold, claiming a right thereto by vir
tue of an election held on Tuesday nexl
after the first Monday in November,
The findings of the jury under in
structions from the judge were for the
From a review of the facts it will be
noticed that if all the rejected ballots
were restored and added to those re
turned for the relator, the aggregate
would be insufficient to remove the
majority of 359 accorded in the returns
to the defendant.
The court says: It is a well settled
rule in contested elections that the re
salt will not be disturbed, nor one in
office removed because of illegal votes
received or Jegal votes refused, unless
the number be such that the connection
shows the contesting party entitled
The Statute, Acts 1876-'77, ch. 275,
sec. 20, enumerates three tickets which
are not to be numbered and declared to
be Void: tickets rolled up together,
those with more names than theelector
is entitled to vote fgriand pickets hav
ing some xleyice.uponj them." Tickets
of eitheAGiass irt'jiofcty inoperative
as to the person thus improperly voted
for; but as tr atVdthers for hom-the
elector Inky ot6 '.the entife ' ballot is
bonnt. Odr statute is not Intendednsd
Much, in Rpr.nrn a secret ballot ao that
it may not be known for whom the"
elector has voted, as the enactments In,
the Northwestern States, as it is to. pro
tect tbe i elector from imposition and.
fraud in the use of mere party design a
tions and symbols, and to enable nini
to vote understandingly and for per
sons whom he may prefer.
To permit the insertion of inadmissi
ble names upon it, a ballot maybe as
effectual in influencing the action of
the elector as a prohibited device for
the purpose of distinguishing it
There is no error. Affirmed.
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show you that I e;m
distance all competi
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A Large Stock of LACES in New Effects,
ALSO SOME NEW STYLES HOOjPSKIRTSi
WE ARK OFFERING BARGAINS IN SEVERAL LINW CS GOODS, ANfl ;
Parties Will Find it to Their
We have a'so Just
And are constantly adding to our stock everrthlng new thatedmes uLu'
Call and see u. Prompt attention given to order, ; Truly, . ; i
WEIGHT 1500 ?3 III
IVlcSIVllTH WILL DOUBLE HIS STOCK.
LOOK OUT FOR SQUALLS i BAWM.
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Let Music Increase!
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Organs within Reach of Everybody.
MASON & HAMLIN,
SHOiMNGER BELL CBIM,
PELOUBET 4 Oa and STERLING.
Never More Such Low Prices i Easy Terms
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