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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Reported for the Observer by Walton M. Busbee,
oi the Raleigh Bar.
Jolly vs. Bryan Plaintiff's Appeal.
Jolly vs. Uryan Defendant's Appeal.
In 4873 plaintiffs instituted proceed
ings ior partition alleging that they
were tenanls in common with defen
In 1878 a decree was entered declar
ing the plaintiffs entitled and directing
the land to be sold, which was done in
;N ovember;. The plaintiffs allege that
defendant' has been in exclusive posses
sion since J uly, 167, and pray for an ac
count of the5 issues and profits of the
land. 1 he defendant set up statute of
limitations as defense; overruled.
Plaintiffs asked that interest be allowed
them on rental values, as fixed by the
jury, from the end of each and every
year that defendant had sole use of the
land. This was declined and plaintiffs'
The court savs: in JNortucott vs.
Carner. 6 Ired., Eq. 303, that the effect
of the statute (it beiDg the same with
Rev. Code. ch. 31. sec. 99) was to intro
duce between the parties the relation of
principal and bailiff as effectually as ii
the same had been done by express
agreement and stipulation on the part
of one to act for all ; that inasmuch; as
the statute woujd not begin to run in
case there had been this express under
standing, until a demand and refusal, or
the office of' bailiff had terminated, so
neither could it in the implied agency
tmde'r the statute. Until the demand
and refusal the defendant is not in fault
S-i isthe refusal Which puts him in the
jwrqng and exposes him to an action.
It there be agency either by express
stipulation or legal intendment he is
not liable for interest before demand
and rtfusalor suit begun.
In the present case $he defendant's
liability for interest began in 1873 when
he set up the plea of sole seizin.
Judgment affirmed except as to inter
est, in which particular it will be modi
fied as declared in this opinion.
White.TTaShf. TtTTT Utley, H als. Wake.
Smith. O. J.
Action was instituted to recover judg
ment and enforce payment of two pro
missory notes given in part for the pur
chase of land from the State National
Bank by Utley and wife. Williams,
president of the bank, executed his
bond to make title to the wife. At the
spring term, 1879, an order of reference
was made to Hon. Geo. V. Strong, and
atlhe same term afterward this entry
appears: "The iormer reieree m ima
case is stricken out and the case referred
tr a. F. Mordecai. Esq." The referee
submitted his report at the January
tftTrri. 1880. with his findings of fact and
cohdlusions of law separately stated and
nunibefed to the report exceptions
wer0 filed by all the parties Except Wil
liams. The court found the fkets to be
as set out in the record, reversed
many of the, findings of the refe.ree, re
opening the matters in controversy be
tween Utley itad Wijliams and referred
the cause to StfOng with directions to
take and state an account between de
fendants Williams and Utley. Plain
The courtsays : While under the code
the consent necessary to a reference
must be in writing, the order declaring
the consent and entered of record is a
sufficient comnliance. As the consent
extends not only to the terms of the
reference but to the person of the re
feree, he, as selected by the parties,
must remain in the discharge of his
duties, unless with like consent another
be substituted, until the order has been
fully executed and the final report
There was irregularity in the court in
passing upon the facts presented in an
unfinished reference and deciding the
respective rights of the parties in rela
tion thereto. The judgment should have
been deferred until all the evidence and
the referee's findings are reported, then
the adjudication would dispose of the
whole controversy. The rulings are set
aside and the order of reference correct
ed, by directing it to the referee chosen
by the parties.
Kirkman, admr. vs. Puipps, et als.
The plaintiff is administrator of G.
W. Phipps, deceased, and the defendants
are the judgment and mortgage credi
tors of deceased and his widow and heirs
Byrconsent of all the parties a refer
ence was ordered to ascertain and report
What balances were still due on tne se
cured debts. The heirs filed exceptions
to .the referee's report which "were al
lowed ; they then, through their counsel,
moved to dismiss the action on the
ground that the court had no jurisdic
tion thereof, but that the same pertain
ed exclusively to the Probate court.
Motion declined. . Appeal taken.
The court says : That the action is
not in form or scope a special proceed
ing, nor is it one that properly and
much less exclusively belongs to the
Probate court. It is simply an appeal
to the equitable powers of the court to
avoid a sale and consequence sacrifice
of the property, and to take such action
fell strictly within the line -of the ad
ministrator's duty. The relief sought
Was such as could conveniently and
equitably be administered by a court of
There is no error. Affirmed.
Mebane, et als., vs. Layton, et al.
The plaintiffs sue for themselves and
the other creditors of Alfred Layton.
The defendants filed a demurrer for
misjoinder, Vw., which was sustained.
Plaintiffs appeal. - .
The court says: WheVi two-active
creditors sue lor their own benefit only,
a simple allegation of the insolvency
of the debtor would have been insuffici
ent to support their action, for though
fit 1 A t ? 1 i. .I'll 1
i tuus insolvent, ue migni sun nave pos
sessed tangible property liable to execu
tion, sufficient to satisfy their demands.
I Jot where they sue for the benefit of
evry; creditor alike, - an allegation of
abjoratef insolvency, ml existing at the
(fate of the attempted perversion of his
property and still continuing, will suf
fice. It is not necessary to have a judgment
and executioB- and a return of nulla
bona, beforl invoking the court to set
aside a conveyance executed with
fraudulent intent to hinder and delay
Where the object of the action is not
simply to enforce certain contracts, but
to reach a fund of the debtor improp- j
eriy converted into land and the title
taken to another, the objection that the
plaintiffs .have embraced in their ac
tions demands founded on contract and
less in amount than two hundred, does
not hold good. No part of the juris
diction of the court of equity has been
conferred upon the court of a justice
of the peace so as to enable it to try
any action heretofore solejy cognizable
in a court of equity.; '
Chancellor Kent ruled in Brinkefhoff
vs. Brown 6 John ch. 139, that different:
creditors might unite in one bill the
object of which was to set aside a
fraudulent oiTTeyance of their com
Error in sustaining the demurrer.
Twftty vsvliogan Rutherford.
Smith, C.-J.: . . ,
Thisi .waa; ,a tm6lioti set aside 4
judgment under section 133 of the codei
Motion r6f erre&! : :Appeal taken.
., The court says: j
'st'Beqriijlsjrift trial' to proceed and
refusing application. fotf a continuance
Is vithin tha . discretion - of sine J udge
pelowjmd not reviewable Inj this court.
2ndi Art .application' wrwt aside a
judgment;through 'tbeconseauence of
the trial enforced-upon 'a defendant
and which was nottaken against him
through his mistake, inadvertence, sur
prise, of 'excusable aegiecV. does ijot
fall within the provisions of the statute
8rL A j udge below at a subsequent
term ot the court will not be allowed to
correct the erroneous ruling of a form
er judge; for that would in effect con
fer upon the latter a supervision over
the decisions of the former, a proposi
tion the very statement of which is Its
No error. Affirmed.
Cleaveland County V3. C. & A. Air-Line
Railroad Company Cleaveland.
Smith, C. J. :
At a meeting of the commissioners
of Cleaveland county on the 2nd Mon
day in August, 1881, the valuation of
the road bed of the defendant company
was increased from $3,000 and fixed at
$6,000 for each mile of track, without
the aid of the testimony of witnesses
and in the absence of notice to defend
ant. The change being entered notice
was given to defendant to appear at
the meeting of the board on 1st Monday
in September and show cause why the
valuation should not be fixed at the
proposed rate. The company appeared
by attorney and upon the hearing the
board decided to adhere to the proposed
rate. Further time was allowed the
defendant and at the meeting of the
board in October, the defendant appear
ingthrough other counsel, again the
commissioners declined to modify their
former decision and adjudged that the
increased valuation should stand. From
this, appeal was taken to the Superior
Court and from the ruling of his Honor
to this court. The case here proceeds
entirely upon the alleged irregularities
in the action of the commissioners and
in deviations from the provisions of
the 18th and 3lst sections of the reve
nue act of 1881. ?
The court says: The notice required
before the meeting in August is gene
ral, and has reference to that general
revision of the lists of the whole coun
ty ; this sitting must be protracted until
tne work is completed.
Authority is expressly given "to raise
the valuation upon such property as
they shall dtem unreasonably low," and
of this proposed increase special notice
must be given to the owner or agent
As the commissioners do not meet after
the lists are delivered to their clerk
(dec. 16) before the 2d Monday in Au
gust, and can then only make tne ex
amination and ascertain that any pro
perty has been valued unreasonably
low. in order to their giving notice they
must do so at a future day when the
owner can be present and be heard, and
when notice is given to appear at their
regular meeting rn September they will
have complied with the requirements of
the act. When full opportunity is given
to be heard before the judgment of the
board became final the company is not
prejudiced and the ruling will not be
Section 31 is not intended to interfere
with the supervision to be exercised by
the commissioners in adjusting and
correcting valuations which to them
may seem "right and just" at their meet
ing in August tor tnis special purpose,
No error. Affirmed.
McAdoo vs. Call u in Bros. Guilford.
Smith, CJ. :
The defendants were the lessees of
the plaintiff of a store room and cellar.
The appeal is by them from the ruling
of his Honor in the interpretation of the
contract of the lessor. This clause ap
pears in the lease: "W D McAdoo (the
lessor; agrees with Calluin Bros & Co,
(the lessees) that at the expiration of
this loase they shall have the refusal of
the above mentioned' premises for an
The court says ; The meaning of the
clause, allowing defendants to have the
refusal of the premises. for another
year, is that the defendant may have
the rooms tor the next succeeding year
at their election on the same terms and
conditions and on payment of the same
"A covenant in a lease to renew it,
without providing in respect to the
term to be granted, or the amount of
rent to be paid, implies a renewal for
the same term and rent." Tracy vs.
Alb Ex Co, 3 Seld, 473. 4 Kent Com, 108.
Benoud vs Dafkam, 34 Conn, 512.
The provision for renewal gave the
defendants an equity which, white It
cannot be specifically enforced in the
court of a justice, will be recognized as
a defence to a proceeding for the eject
ment of the defendants under the sum
mary processes provided.
Venire de novo. Error.
Knight vs Killebrew. Edgecombe.
Smith, C. J.:
The defendant gave to the testator of
plaintiff his receipt for three notes
against one Williams, which he was to
cpllect for the deceased ; upon this re
ceipt the plaintiff executor brings suit.
The case was heard by consent before
t he Judge and without a jury. Defend
The court says : Error cannot be as
signed in the ruling out of evidence un
less it is distinctlv shown "what the
evidence was, in order that its relevancy
may appear and that a prejudice has
arisen from its rejection." The defense
of the statute of limitations would be
available if the notes had been collected
and the demand for the money made
more than three years before the action
was commenced, since the demand
would put the statute in motion.
Where an order of reference is made
and the referee directed to compute the
interest, should his report charge exces
sive interest, it is open to correction, is
not conclusive and neither does it pre
judice the time from when it is to be
No error. Certified for further pro
Green et al vs. Green et ajs Union
. xnis was a petition Dy piaintms as
executors of Beady A. Green for the
settlement of the estate of their testa
trix. The only issue raised bv the plead
ings involves a construction of the will
and Bjesen tshe question, whether a
bequest to her youngest daughter Lyd-
ia is a vested or contingent legacy.
youngest daughter Lydia A'. rre6h one
hundred and twenty-five dollars when
she becomes of age : also one bed and
furniture to have at my death. Item 8
appoints her step-son, John B. Green,
guardian ot her minor children, to
have both, the custody of their persons
and estates until they become of age
The court says: When a legacy is giv
en 10 one payao le, or to oe catcrat a par
ticular time it is a vested legacy; be
cause in such .case's the time ii annexed
to the legacy and not td the gift; but
when these words are omitted and the
legacy is given of twenty-one, or if,
wheip, in case of, or provided the lega
tee auains tne age or twenty-one or
any oiner denmte pt nod, these expres
sions annex tne time to the substance
or the legacy, and make the legatee's
right to it depend on his being alive a
the time fixed f or. the payment,' conse
quently if, .the legatee sJWmld die before
mac peuoa arrives; nis personal repre-
seuuiuye wouia net oe entitled to the
legacy. Roper in his work oh legacies
says in such cases the intention of the
testator will predominate over techni
cai words and expressions, when it is
declared or appears from a rayon a
construction of the' Will.
It was the intention of the testatrix
to give a vested legacy to Lydia andl
that it should be paid to her guardian
nuu o.epb auu managea ny mm unui sne
became of age; upon her death before
tnat event the right to it was transmit-
iea to ner administrator.
No error. Affirmed.
A DowBlToWB Merckaxt,
HavlnK passed several sleepless Bights, disturb
ed by the agonies and cries of a suffering chlldi
and becoming convinced that Mrs. Wtaslow7?
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cureu a auuyiy ior we cmia. un reacning nome
and acquainting his wife with what he had done;
she refused to have it administered to the child,
as she was, stronglf' to favor of Homoeopathy.
That night the child passed In suffering, and the
parents without sleep. Bet urn lug home the day
following, the father found the baby itlll worse:
ana while contemplating another sleepless night,
the mother stepped from- the room, to attendto
some domestlo duUes, and left the father with the
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The following- Scheduled sure Cor
rected by the Railroad Off Iclala, and
may be Relied on a correct :
North Carolina liailroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, April 80th, 1882.
Leave Charlotte, ...
4 OO a m
5.6H a m
7.20 a m
4 40 d m
7.85 p m
Arrive Greensboro,. .
O.U5 p m
0.80 a m
4.05 p m
Arrive Goldsboro', . .
No. 17 DaUy except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro. . .5 00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh,.. ..1.51 am
Arrive at Goldsboro,. .7.20 a m
Ho. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with r n
B. B. for All points North. East and Wt via rinn.
vllle. At Goldsboro with W. w. a. B for Wil
no. w connects at sails burr with w n r. n
B. for all points in Western North Omifna- dniiw
at Greensboro with atD.HU. for ail noints
U.k iaKH J B.
Date, April 80th, 1882. No. 50 No. 52
Leave Goldsboro,. o.OO am
Arrive Balelgh 12.20 pm
Leave Balelgh...... 8.55 pm
Arrive Durham 5 06 pm
Arrive HUlsboro, 5 46 p m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.05 p m
Leave Greensboro W. 1 5 pra 9 40am
Arrive High Point 9.50 p m 10. 10 a m
Arrive Salisbury.. 11.12 pm 11 21 am
Arrive Charlotte, i.iq am 1.00 p m
No. 18-Dally except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro, . . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Balelgh... 7. 10 p m
Leave Balelgh ft 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 p m
No. fiO -Connects at Charlotte with a r hp.
Jjine ior au points in the Sooth and f-outhwesL
and with C, C. A A. B. B. for all points bouth and
No. 62 Connects at Charlotte with A P ai.
Line for all noli ts South and Rnnihmwt.- at nhnr.
lotte with C, C. & A. B B. for all points South and
If. W. fit C RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
.ueaTO virocusuuro. p m
Arrive Kemersvllle. 10.41 pm
aititv wo ii.no pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 9.50 a m
Arrive Kemersvllle 1 1.01 a m
Autre Salem. 1 i.a5 a m
NO. 51 DaUy, except Sunday.
Arrive Kemersvllle 5750 a m
Arrive Greensboro.. 7.00 a m
NO. 58 Daily.
ueave caiem k.UO p m
Arrive jverueraYuie . n.4u p m
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 pm
STATE VNIVERSI I V RAILROAD.
GOING N0BTH. Daily
Leave Chapel Hill, 10.40 a m
Arrive University, 11.40 a m
GOING SOUTH. Dal y
Arrive University 12.10 p m
Arrive Chapel Hill i.qq p m
Pullman Sleeping cars WiM'tage
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via' Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
fjr Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Balelgh, Goldsboro", Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest West North
and East. or Emigrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest address,
General Passenger Agent
maj2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
WOn and after April 30th, 1882, the passen
ger (ram service on tne Atlanta a unariotte .
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte, M.
Arrive Gantonla, L
Arrive 8partanburg. K
Arrive Ureenvuie, H
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
Arrive Lula, E
7.43 a m
10.87 a m
12.50 p m
1.47 p m
12.40 a m
Arrive Babus Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, V
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
2.15 p m
4.51 p m
8.06 p m
10.06 p m
2.06 a m
8 15 am
7.41 a m
928 a m
A with arriving trains ot Georgia Oentrai and A
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A, tc,
W. P. and W. 4 A. Railroads.
C with arriving trams of Georgia BaUroad.
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Klberton Alr-IAue to jcdTrom Elbe4oB,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C. . r
H with Columbia and GreehvfUe tor and from
Columbia and Chariestoo; S. C. .s.
K with Spartanburg and Asheville, and Spartan-,
burg. Union and Colombia-to and from Henderson
and AsbevHle, and Alston nd COturabUk
h with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Chester.
M with C.Cft A.. C C, B. 4 D and A..T.40.
for ail points West North and East
Pullman sleeping-ear service on tafias Nos. 50
and 51 daily, without change between Atlanta Ttnd
New York. - A. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent .
T. M. B. Taixott,
- General Manager.
- L J. BAGE, Snperintendeni
C, G. & A, R- R. CO.
OOHDEHSED SCHEDULES. -
In Effect- jSunday, April 30th, 1882.
Lieave Charlotte, . ........ .. .
Arrive Bock Hill, ...........
Arrive Wlnnsboro i.
Arrive Lexington,. .... ..... .
Arrive Bidge Spring,
2.88 p mi....
6.07 P m
7.15 a nr
10.22 a m
Leave Charlotte,. ... .
Arrtve Rock Hill,....
Arrive Wlnnsboro, . . .
Arrive Columbia,. . . .
Arrive LextogtorL. . .
Arrive Bidge Spring. .
Anlve Augusta.. ..
6.00 a mi
7.47 p m
11.15 p m
2 18 am
Train No. 52, Daily Connects atUolurhbia with
the 8. C B. R. for Chv eston," and with tbC 4
G. B. B. f or Alston,- Newberry. Abbeville, 4a At
Aogustar with Central Georgia B. B for Macon,
Savannah anaFIorida points. .
Train Na 48lJ)ally-Connects at. Augusta with
the Georgia, R. B. and Central Georg B. B, for
Mcon.- a Uants, Savannah andtoridsfpftnta.
Trains -Noa 18 and 20. local, trHreekly,' Mon
days, Wednesdays antt Fridays. :
' Trains from the South airlre at Charlotte, pas-
ingerdaUy, At 5.85 p. m. Freight daily except
iday, at 8.4a a. m, ana 4.45 p. m,; :
ATLANTIC TENNESSEE 4 OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 58tDallyt f
-' Leave Charlotte
Leave Statosvme.'. . .
- Arslve at Charlotte,..
- Tickets sold to all points Sooth, Southeast and'
Boathwest and MiMM' ehftc&ed rtironoh. No
I lay-owtr allowed on local rickets, A. POPE,
1I.JLU, i'aloott. uen'i rassenger Agent.
- eeu'l Manager - - , -Colombia,
& a, April 80fh, 1883.
- i "' 1 -
rpBll next annual meeting of the State Board of
jl Awniai .examiners wui M field in hmh. m.
u, on ue tun day et Jane, au perseas eom
Denolng the pruotloe of Dentistry without a diploma
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