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AS 'IMPORTANT STATES AS IT W TO INniriOUALS; AND THE CLOjriY OP THE STATB'IS TTIE COMMON PltOrERTY O ITrTIv -
BY WM II BAYNE
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annum, if paid inadvaace, . 2 5q
if paid at the end of six months 3 Uo
i at the end of the year 3 5q
4 Rates of Advertising :
Sixty cent per -.rjH.ire for be first, and thirty cents
for each subsequent insertion.
Adrertisi-is hy the yar will be charged according
to th 5 qH.intitv of matter Inserted.
Court advertisements, &c, 25 per cent higher.
Against loss or damage by Fire.
THE -WILLIAMSBURG FIREINSU-
- -; UANCE COMPANY.
Office in Grand near First Street, Williams-
burg, opposite the City of .Vetc York. i
Agency Office Well Building, 62 Wall st.,
ml tM w
EI RECTORS :
C It rial I. in Za1rii-kie.
Andrew C. R-neclict,
. Frederick W Favre,
S v nl. Will-t.
Abi'm T. Coskerck,
Ssinil II. Clapp,
Joh 1 Lejrctf,
Chiis. O. Handy,
Lemuel Richards in,
. LEMUEL RICHARDSON, Pres'f.
AvonP.w B. lIorr:EsS c'ry. "
WASHINGTON POST, Aent, New York.
THK VVil!i;imlnr'r Firelnsnran e Coinpnny.
hivin- ben in:.rpr.ited by an act of the Lnisla
jr nf it... St:t f New rlt. for the purposes
of Fire.lnsur;Mic5, the Directors ofier to Insure their
"IIor-ci'izM- shroosjhoot the Unitea raaies
Affainst Loss or Damage by Fire,
rn . It. .il lins Go and Merchandise, and Prr-1
'snn-t Pmnnrtc ".Mieni!! v. assurins ihem that the
rr.;r ,.t t1i Com-anv . s'lall !e co-idicr'd with
mich fairnftff, candor and liberality as lli-y . trus
will entitl-s it to public confi lence ana patronagp.
The S'llisi'iibcr,' Agent fr the ahove Com
Dnv will "ive any fnrtlier information that may
b J desired bv those who wish to Injure.
JAMES MARTINE, Agoni, .
- ' Hay Street,
Feb. 8, 1 3 15. 3 lt-if. .
State of North Carolina Robeson " county
Superior Court of Law Fall Term, IS 14
Sarah Jane Allen v. Htiih Roy Alton.
Petition for Divorce.
IN tbH case it was ordrfd by the Court thot pub
lication be made in the North Carolinian for three
tnnnt'ts for th defendant to nppoar at t lie next
term of this Court, to be held at Lumberton n
fh- lib .Monday of March next, and plead, or the
pravJf f tho wetitioncr will be heard exparte and.
ju Ijroifnte.odpred accordingly. - 1 , f
,; Vitness, Absalom Davis, Jr , Clerk of our said
M..ndavin Sfptr.mx?rA. D 1841.
ABSALOM DAVIS, Jr., C. S. C.
Fb. S, 1813. 311. 3m.
10 Ris!icls Orchard Gras Seef7'frr"'siile bv
Feb. I. 1815.
5' IVirrels superior N. O. Molasses (new crop.)
2 V Ilhds. Midasscs. For sale by
Feb. , 19-1.-.. Giro. McNEILL
NO TIC E .
TAKKN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland count v,
N. C, on Sunday, the 2Gth day
of January, 1815, a necro man
who says bis iinrnc i.s SIMON,
and says that he was sold in
Charleston to a man bv the name
of McKen.ie,and wascarriedto Alabama or Geor
gia anil there left his master. Said neirro w;is for
mrrly th'; proporty of Benjamin Gass of Onrmlen,
S. C an 1 was taken Irom this ire last February
byMrG us. Said ncro is about 5 feet 4 inches
high, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
age. The owner of said negro n h-reby notified
to co ne forward, prove property. py charges, and
take him awav, or he will be dealt i'b nccordin"
tolav. W. L. CALL A IS, Jailor.
Jan. 2.1, IS 15. 310-tf.
; BAN A WAV
from .Mr James
AlcDufHe on the 7i!i of Dept'
berla-t, my negro man A R"1
lat the property of fCJC"
dee'd. He is ai.;-affrt8or 10
inches iii-b. .";,sa long.smooth,
b'ack f""". w,th lull prominent
eye-- anf' 's 'amc 'n one f his
igs. He is supposed to be lnrk-
ino- about Pjyet'evilie, N. C. A rewanl oflO
vill be pid'for him d taken and lodged in any
jail in this State, or S5 if taken and lodged in
Jail in any other of the States, so that I can ct
him again. J. M. STUOxNG.
Fayctteville, N. C, Feb, 22, 1815. 313-4w.
ROBERT W. HARDIE,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
lVmE-VTEKL.T,V, .V. C.
- fTITAVING located himself in Fayellevillc, on
p lj Hay street. 3 doors from Mr Hale's Book
tor will keep constantly on hand a general as
iortnu:itof Books-T&d Stationery. He invites the
public to call and examine his selections, whether
desi-ous of paichasing ot not.
ucing a uooKDinaer, ana provioca h uh acompieie
set of ttwtls and apparatus, he is prepared to execute
'all kinds of binding, from the plainest to the most
' He solicits the patronage of his fellow citixensof
jFavetteville and the surrounding country.
' 2iov. 23, 1314. 261-y.
tiUO superior, just receivea.
THOS. J. MI MS.
"RICHARD S. CAIN,
-WILL attend promptly to the collection of any ac
counts, notes, judgments, or other debts, due in
"Bladen county, to citizens of said connty, or the ad
joining counties. Persons placing accounts in his
-hands, may lookor prompt returns.
Feb. 13. 1845. 312-3w.
. : ,
Dr. Taylor's Balsam Liverwort,
Dr. Jaynes' Expectorant, Dr. Hull's Cough Lozen
gers, and many other valuable cough mixtures lor
sale by S. J. HINSDALE,
" Feb. 22, 1845. Druggist.
R. W.HARDIE Has just re-
a suddIv ol liUAiMiva, mofity useu o
Clerks, Sheriffs, and Constal Ics. printed on6ne
j ii - i - .
paper anu wen cjkcu.tu... . .
EPAVIJD 11 AW
HAS iust received a fresh supply
of those goods usually kept in his
line, among which are
New crop Bunch Raisins,
in whole-hall, and quar
Maccoboy and &cotcn
A beautiful lot of fancy-
Ess. Lemon and Pepper
Prunes, in various sized
New crop Citron.
And a general assortment
Palm Nuts and r ilberts.
Mace and Cloves.
cf Cordials, Wines and
Also, a larse lot o! supe
feppr ami Allspice
N.U. CANDIES of a superir quality (manufac
tured by himself) are kept constantly on hand,
and made fresh to order at prices to sun me umi-:
viz : Retail price, 30 cents per lb., wholesale .
Faycttei1lc, N. C , Nov. 28, 1844." . '30! -tf.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
riTlHE subperibers, thankfulfor past favors, take
ll this niethocLlo inform their friends and the
public that thy have now on hand and for sale-a
fiir assort ment of seasonable Goods ; comprisins
in part as follows. :"i Any.-, or a!l of which they will
sell at the lowest market prices for Cash : w
; r GROCERIES.
Rlo. Cuba, and St. Domingo Coflee; Porto Rico,
N Orleans, and Loaf Sugar; Soap, Starch, Epsom
Salts, Camphor, Indigo, Madder, Cepperas, Tea,
Salt, &c. &c.
Alpaecas, plain aial figirel ; Mouslin d'Laines ;
Broad Cloth.; Satti nets'; Kersys; Calico cotton
and stl Handkerchiefs ; woil and silk Shawls;
Apron Checks; Bed Ticking; Flannels; Bonnets;
Band-boxr-s; R;bbo!:s; Artificials; Hats, Boots, and
Enirli-'h and Swedes Iron ; English and American
Steel; Nails; pocket and table Cutlery; Hoes; trace
and halter Chains ; Padlocks; Drawing Knives;
table and tea Spoons, &c. &c.
A general assnr-nienr.
, - Now iii store and for sale,
. - . 5Q B.2s Co IP e.
150 Sacks,Salt, -
20 Bids, planti n Potatoes, V
2 tor.s Swedes Iron, aorted, 1
at our old stand, fool of Haymount. ' .
j oralis Si uuiN
Gardner 8c McKetlian,
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
tlieir stle of Work, and have now on hand aG.N
ERAL ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, c&c.
Wiiich for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any ma'le m the U StuJjj
Persons wishing to buv, wouhl do well.'.i
i i.i i ,iiioeu io
and examine our work, as we hsive i ' .
T OW for r:i.li r.rnr.vi-oveil Hi"-'".' .''
it i- . .-ce fcmi lis, wo
Having in onreuipioy lirs-t .
, ,r riv in the above line
prepar a 10 oo any iron
moderate terms. work to be of good and faith
- We warrant.' . r
, 1 rf.'lll L' IIIU I' 11111;", UliV W
cliJr.AU.iiMjr laiiniui y executcu in siioii
and on icasonablo term-.
Fayestev.lle, Fcbn ary 8, 1845.
6 doz. reen glazed FLOWER POTS.
G " "lazed PiClvLE JARS with covers-
C. LUTTERLOII .
Feb. 6, 1844.
For sale by
Jan 4, 1S15.
Forwarding anil Commission
R.A.&X. & HALL
lKTOULD inform the merchants of the interior
;.wV. that they have in conn"ction with the gen
eralgrocery business, added that of the Forward
ing; and having large and commodious Ware
houses on the bank of the River, are prepared to
receive andibrward Goods upon such terms as will
defy all competition, our charges and expenses be-ingone-third
less on the freight bills than any other
house in the place.
All Goods shipped to G. W. Davis of Wilming
ton, tor the interior, and net otherwise directed, will
be found in our possession.
Aug. 17, 1844. 274-tf.
Call at the WAGON YARD
fnHE Subscriber is now receiving from New
U York, a generaLand complete assortment ol
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
. IT A TOTYYV A T?T7 AV PIT TTT .17 R V
Crockery and Groceries,
Of every quality and description, tor sale very low
for Cash, or in exchange for any kind ol country
produce. THOS. J. MIMS. .
hoA second hand bug-y as good as new, and two
rses and two mules, for sale or hire.
Dec. 14. 1844. 203-tf.
flnvbbls. PRIME extra brpo Yellow
Tfcv Planting IRISH POTATOES, just re
ceived and for sale by . HALL&EiALL.
Feb. I. -" 310 -
- v liVYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY,
OF ALL SORTS
For sale at the Carolinian Office. .
A. M. C AMPBELL,
HAVliNLi been appointr-d .
for 1 he Town ot Favelteville, is prepared to attend
to the sale ot any goods which may be entruste- to
him. -'- "
CONSIGNMENTS from abroad will be pro;iy:t-
!y attended to. - . . " :
. October 10, 1844. -J .. ' ' '
294 6 ni.
flrtftrfh BUSHELS OF ASHES, imrrie
diately, for which a fair price wilt be
For the sale of Timber, Lumber,
' and iNaval Stores. .
TI HAVING located mvself in Wilmington for
itliihe purpose of selling TIMBER,LUA1BER,
T U ll PENTINE, TAR, &c, I would say to the
pubfie, tliaf. notliing shall be wanting on my part to
the giving of entire satisfaction. I take this op
portunity of acknowledging mv obligations to those
who have patronized me, and hope lo snare a por
tion ottne onsincsa ot ine puinn: eencrauy.
. STEWART. PIPKIN.
Wilm-ngton, N. C., Mare'r I6 4844. 264- ly.
NEGOTIABLE NO t ES,-of all the various kinds
used, just printed and for sate at this Office. ,
10 HtlDS. (new crop) MOLASSES for
sa'e by s , GEO.McNElLL.
Jan 4, 181;. . ... ' '
CLARK & Mc CALLUM, ;
HAVING removed their Tailoring Establishment
from their late Shop to the buildin formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Cofer, nearly opposite toihe
Lafayette Hotel, on Flay street, respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that thevwi'l continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable manner. They
return their thanks (or the liberal .hare ot business
they have received, and pledge themselves to merit
a continuance 'of it. bv strict att-mtion and sKiU.
Latest fishions regularly received from New York.
Dec 14, 1814.
YhjLve jaJLtPJEejdlJomTv.Yo and 1';!. la
deiphia a'fargtr asortnTenrJl ,,-sbLJ-ir '?wsi
FALL & W I N Tt
CONSISTING OF -
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
which wo will sell at the lowest market price.
JOHNSON & CO.
Oct. 1 1, 844.
THE subscriber offers for Xmnnnfac
DRED BOXES OP DAIfc;
U,red at the Fnyettevin(!
and warranted equal D
best No. I .
,-,icd to devote all necessary atten
jufiness, and offering it at a reduced
.a cents a notind tv the box.) he hones to
PiJciv'e a due share of public patronage.
r All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayetteville, May 24,841
I AM now recdiving and have
350 Bags Rio, Cuba, Java, and St.DoraingoCofile,
10 Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar,
5U0 Sucks Liverpool Salt,
50 Barrels do.
150(1 Bushels Alum Salt,
100 Kegs Nails,
1 0 Tons Swedes and English Iron,
500 Sides sole, upper, harness, skirling, and bri
75 Boxes 8 x 10 and 10 x 12 Glass,
5') Pieces cotton Bagging,
40 Coils Rope,
250 lbs. superior Indigo,
Pipe best French Brandy,
I do Swan Gin,
1 do Jamaica Rum,
10 qr. Casks Wines, assorted,
3 Baskets Champaign?,
1 0 Cases Shoes, assorted,
16 do Hls arid Caps,
5 Barrels Tanner's Oil,
I Doz. Currying Knives, at $3 5L each,
100 lbs Bar Lead, - '''
50 Bags Shot,
25 Kegs Powder,
100 Pairs Trace Chains, . "
30 Boxes Axes,
8 Sets Blacksmiths' Tools, '
1 0 Bags Pepper. Spice, and GingT,
1 Chest of the very bust Tea,
10 or. do. fair quai'ty do.
Nutmegs, Cloves, Soap of various qualities, Cast
ings, Muscat Wine in boxes. Knives and Forks,
Pocket Knives, Pad Locks, &c, with, many other
articles for sale by T. S. LUTTERLOII.
ALL Goods sent to my care will be taken care
of. And produce from the back country aold or
shipped as theowner may direct. T- S'-L.;
Sept. 16, 1844 289-tf.
. TAKEN U P and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland county.
t n Saturday the loin ..inst,ra
gro woman, who says her aame
u SUSArt, jyii icjMK.L.u.-.anu
claims to' be Ireej but frqnr-be,
JSS contradictory statcmcnts,14 an
posed to be jl runaway slave, and owned bjr Johli
Tilley, of Granv.illc county, N. C, Said woman if
ofa copper color; with g i teeth, large lips.tolefaW
bly stout built, masurin, in height 5 feel 4 iitche.
and rs about 1 8 or "20 years of age. The owner ol
said negro is requested to come fo r w a rd,. prove
property, "and taker her awaj, or febe.wilj bje .dealt
with as the law requires. -
W. L. CALLA15. Jailor.
Feb, 20, 1845.
. . - . ' . i
MARCH 8, 1845.
of Fayctleville and the puhlie
general ly, t hut he ha? tak en
"the stand recently occupied
by J.Clark, on G:lle?pie
..Street, 5 doors South ot the
Market Square, w Ihtc he will
""manufacture and ke?i con
stantly on hand an"assortment of ;fir'
T1IN AND SHEET- 1ROX WARE.
Persons wishing to purchase would do 'we!. to
call and examine his stock before purchasing else-
wtiere,as he is determined to sell as cheap as any
other manufacturer in thi State. ' , - :
BAKERS of an entirely new pattern.
ROOFING done in thu Intstest style, and best
manner. Also GU TTbRING. v . -
Auir. 17, IS44. v -?r ..:;. . 2CI-y.
FRUIT & CROCKERY
THE Subscriber has taken the Store on Hay
street directly opposite his o!d stand, where
he is now receiving a
STOCK OF, GOODS.
Consisting in part of
Brown, Havana, loaf, crushed, and powdered Su
gars; Tea; Coffee; Pepper, Alldpicr; Ginger; Sale
ratus; Starch; Mackerel; Shad; Salmon; Pickles;
Olives; Capers; butter, water, and oda Cracker;
Cheese; Pepper Sauce; Camphor; Indigo; Cassia;
Nutmegs, Citron; Mace; Sweet and Castor Oil;
chewing and smoking Tobacco; Principe and Ha
vana Segars; Scotch, Maccoboy, and Rappe
Snuff; Sperm Candles; Powder and . Shot; Epsom
and table Salts. Lamp Oil; Blacking; Vinegar;
Madeira, Sherry, and sweet Malaga Wines ; Al
monds, Filberts, a nd Madeira Nuts; saltpetre; sid
phur; alum; Herrings; currant and Guava Jelly,
Prunes; Anchovy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
pickled Oysters ; cloves; Cavcnne Pepper ; cur
rants; M ustard; Sugar House Molasses; and almost
every article usually called lo in a Grocery Storet
which he will sell as low as any one in the place,
lor Cash, or on approved crcdjt. . ALSO,- ;
' - .1& W.PRIOIL.
.JAM EJICYL E
HAS just received by the late arrivals from t ie
North, one hundred antl twenty packas-es . " :
And forty-Two packages C S T
aji e i u i-"S purchased by the Package for
P the late decline in price, will be offered
JfJo'Tunonly low for CASH, or on time to punctual
Those wishing to purchase by wholesale or re
fail will please cail and examine, as greatbargains
may he expected. Z
NEW GOODS by every arrival.
Nov. 30, 1844. 30 1 -y.
WOULD inform the public, ibat they ;hav
moved from (heir old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs CJ&R M Orrelt d
known as the Yellow Buildings. Hrvii larglv
iacreased their stock of GROCERIES,: Uey are
prepared to offer inducements in the way Ja( trade j
ihat will be to the interest of purchasers nralfy
to give them a call. Tbeir' stock will consist, in
part of a e
10 TonsSwedea and English Iron,'. - - " " ,
5O0 lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Strel, "
500 Ps. Hollow Ware, . "
500 lhst Bar Lead, , t
40 Bags Shot, assorted, . - ' -15
Kes Powdr. . .- i - - -300
lbs.-EpMO Salts V '
300 Ihs. Alum, c - " " r
liH ii. liorax,:
15I0 IbsiCJMppera.', .t
150 lbs lodio,
l Cask. Salratus. '
50 sides sole Leather, ... '-. - - -75
Bags Rio Coflfce, - ' -
' 10 Hbds; PoHoRico&uar, - ;
1000 lb.- sile and double refined and Coflee
- crashed Sugar, .; . " , '
300 sacks Livorpool Salt,' . -
! 500 bushels" Alnrrr . do.
Wann Boxes- Bellows. Vitus' Anvils. Cbifoa
Cards; Curry CombsPocketCwtkry PMentltledir-J
cmes, Hadbick's yrsp . and , Fowderr vatgw
Camphor, Castor Od Paiqts, Putty, Drr!&c. to
Sept. 14, 1844. . ' : 1 L -:T$&
. S J"P ri S cc
ra , n Ui O -' HJ
?" g SySoSS Q
S.c-'' s-a. o - ; o
S a " H. 5 O -3 n O
i" 5 I 7 3 v33.- ? 1-3
2 i ' - 2 3 . flkj io' 2
S- e.- - S fi5 -O" S M
SI i-Jr; W l J
2 ' o S o 2
-o 9. ir M
P3 . 3 ,-" SJ 5 2 "
THE Subscriber! just received late frcliasca. of
V SEASONABLE G00DS;4 ;
front Philadelphia and New York, such s , fine
dress silks, alpacas, crape de-pc-iens, and mnsIiA-dC-lains
and tine pinl, oriled andThdiet hals,
silkfe seal lis. . crape e . (wh te bUck and. blue,)
vymu and jjyiap corJX bit and Idafck dress s;ood4
mourning crapes, ezlra fine hair pin!, with a vane'
ly of .bead ornaments, long white party gloes, kid
and beayer do." . ' - '
i j:AIso,; ger.tlemess fine" MacKund fancy -aE-meres
tine bbvck and tlu cloths, beit .qoali'y of
coat trmimiiirs, together with a sciifrat usortinviit
sucn -arueios aKarinfuany Keprin t:r? aiooas
stores which will be told as low as can be lound
elsewhere. - '.-VJ'- ' ';'' I'
; JOHN. D WILLIAMS, '
'-'if jSouth-West corner ol maiket square. 1
IIS45.- ' W -312-y a
- 4 120 bags Rio coflee,
10 hhds, molasses,
6 ditto sugar,
. 8 ton iron, i.' ,
With nails, trace chains, bay forks; spade?, shovels,
pot?, ovens, skillets and lids, indigo, madd' r, E -som
salts, copperas, Coliins' turpentine ax s, cut
broad iron, a tine assortment of sauMbp, cheap.
Also, Little River o-naburs and yarns always on
hand at manufacturer's prices. J. D. Vf.
0. M' LAURIN,
IN addition to a general -assortment of
Groceries, Hardware; Cutler
a hoes, hats, &c, is now opening
choice selection of seasonable
z: time blue, black, invisible irreen. and steel-
mixed Cloths ; fancy Cassimercs ; Saltinelts, K n'
tncky Jeans; Kerseys ; Blanket. Alpacas; Mus-
iin-ae-iains ; worsted t-fiawlfr- Bed -Ticking :
Shiningrand a variety of Prins, Vestings,,;poat
Trimmings, &c. . .
4ih proof Jamaica Bum,
" " Cogniac Brandy, '
Holland Gin, -
Fine Madeira and Port Wine, a. , "
Sicily Madeira, Teneriffo, and Malaga ditto. ' :'
theabc5vc tjroods will be sole low for Cash.
Country Produce, or charged to those who have
heretofore been punctual. D.'McL.
September 27, 1844." , 292-y.
ACTS OP ASSEMBLY.
An act to cousolidate and amend the acts
heretofore passed on the subject Cotn
tnon Schools. ' ' ' 7.'" ''
lie- it enacted, .&c. &c. 'I'hnl the nett an-
rxaal income ofheiter'ary itid, exclusive
ot tnouies arisinj;- horn the sales ol owamp
Lands) shall annually be distributed ""uJ!r
the several cmun Wof this St i fi'Jjj? I
loTttieir federal ' pcpTr'
by the census neXl .s umguiuu-
""i-! i fiat the Courts of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions of the counties which have adopted
the School system, shall, at the Term next
preceding the first Monday of October, in
each and every year, a majority of the Justices
of the Peace of said county being present,
appoint not less than five nor more than ten,
superintendents of Common Schools, who
shall hold their appointments for one year,
aud until others aro chosen.
3. That the term of said superintendents
shall commence 011 the first Monday of Octo
ber, and ihey shall assemble at the office of
the cletk of the County Court, on the day
thereafter, and appoint one of their number
4. That the cletk of the County Court shall
be ex officio clerk of the Board of Superinten
dents, and shall record in a book lo be kept
for that purpose, the proceedings of the board,
and such other papers touching the subject of
common schools, as the board may direct ;
and shall safely keep all papers which may be
committed to his custody by said board.
5. Thai the share of the Literary Fund to
which each county may be entitled, under the
provisions of this act, shall be due and pay
able on or before the first Monday of October,
in each and every year, and shall bo paid to
the chairman of the board of superintendents
or his lawful attorney, upon the warrant of the
6. That the Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions of each and every county, a majority
of the Justice betug present, may in, their
diseretioii levy ti tax iu the fame maimer thai
other county taxes are now levied for other
county purpose' which shall not be less than
one half of the estimated amount In be received
by said county for that year from the Literary
Fund ; and the sheriff is hereby required to
collect aud pay over the same to the chairman
f the board of superintendents on the day of
their not meeting as prescribed Jjti the third
section oj thtsic t ; and his bond given to se
cure the payment , of ihe county taxes, shall
contain a condition for the faithful collection
"and payment of the school taxes to the person
authorized to receive the same ; mid .for a
breach of. said condition by the erirT, the
f nairraan 01 me ooaio or upiu?enoen naJi
have, the same remedies agaui I bim ac4 fate
seruMties,4is are grvejctjo- the county Truslee
for enforcing the payment orordiuarv' county
taxes : except tbat, his '-tiefai nCl action iSt
ai ise i'in 'the ; first rday of. November in eaiU
and eveiy year, and- the sheriff pniltir aball
go lo the use of ; Coritmon Scboofclt io hi
. 7". That iho Bcninl of stiperiuteodenU shall
have power to lay off in .fbeir coMiities school
d isti ic l.9 a n A oundier the sane, C such, for oi
and si2e as they may ibie intronSucive lo
ih coovVniebces of lJf h&abitauts of said
ccHintyy andi to after lae bouodaries of the
satney atlsTng said beabdaries and sucli'at-
tectioiis to tie recorded
boci xnX." !ch tberecor
SLTlc!:a free white
hir iW rl-t', I 'm --4 - V' ' . -
n or uicir preccs3ir- t - . " j wriff-i r i r - r
l-t Sf ,ttAr tit fsVttttua' H .fi. Witt .Ti:?.t -
year, shall dt by ball,rt ljbfeL malW. V"
entitled .1 -ib-Sool vCotritc
fetm shall commence'ontKi tJrtt llttCay it. I
p!hcrs tre chosen ; audMhdt sati, eTScSlraV."'' J)
nooi aiHrtciji severalty f att toe Jfi 3
udaiiUrnay dciisuate ; and . ih tyCpVCi
SOU t toe UljriltJSI.HUIIMW.WI WUfj9'f :;
sui b tlou hail bo decl9tetf ejected as Dcr
school cMnraree?tTheir rerpcetlv du
trials ; anci the - super mten4iW "V fc-
power to fill any vacoticy- hiclwii,' tcczr
itt a id committee Jjy denlb, rernovoJ w ctaef '. .-' -
caused J ne cnairmau x-ie noma 01 super .
intetroeiits, vhose leitn.of srt i is ltttplrcc
oixjhe' first Monday of Oclo&trt shs'.l giVo
public noiice In writfr at threa or metaT poV";
lie places in each dutrict, of tse election to ba;- vi,.. ' ?1
held as provided in his section at leist len . v"f
I . . . . . . - . . - :
relays be tore, inc. day 01 sucn election ;J ana ins..
said board ot superiuleudents shall appoint';
two freeholders of the district to conduct such '
election of the school comrnittee.' -Tbo"-
said f 1 eeholders s-hall give to the board of U
petinteuclents. whose term ''of service con "
menceit on the first Monday of October, on, --
the day of their first meeting, as prescribed '
in the thud section of this act, a cettincato
under their hands, of the number of .votes re-
ceivea of eacn person : -ana me saia ooara
shall declare the three persons receiving the
highest number of votes lhe,uscbool commit-
fee, " aft herein provided : provided, neverthe
less, that whenever the districts fail to moke
au election, the board of superintendents shall
appoint the school committee, who shall con
tinue iu office till others are, chosen at the
next annual election: Aud whenever, the
people, or any number' of persons of any dis
trict, may consider themselves aggrieved by
the committee, or any one of the committee
men of iheir J respective, districts,' an appeal
may. be taken or had to the board of super iuV. Vs
lenaeuts 01 common scnopts ; ana saia noaia
shall have pojvjrer to appear and decide on Ihe
merits of. l such complaints, and also have
power to remove any committee-man, who,
in their opinion, has violated his duty, and, in .
case of such removal, to appoint another m
his'-stcado'"'. -. '- M j-. y' , -9.
That each committee' of Jihe several
school disirf han be, and U hereby coostt
uted body corporate, by the nime andslyU'
f "School Committee of District number
of the county 'of. the Cm,
be--; -id - iu 4hat -uottiifTOi
purchasing and holding real and personal es
tate for school purposes; of selling and-trans-
lenng the same; and prosecuting and defend
ing an suits lor and against said corporalti.
10. That whenever suit is brought against
any "school district," ihe process shall be by
summons ; a copy ot which shall ba left vtjXti
some one of the committee of said district.
11. That it shall be the duty of the school
committee to designate and purchase or lease,
or receive by donation a suitable site for a
school house, as near the central part of each
district ns may be convenient ; to hire, pur
chase, build or receive by donation a school
house of such form and dimensions as they
may deem suitable.
12. That the school committee shall, in
one mouth after their appointment, report iu
writing to ine cnairmau ot the board ot super-,
iutendeuts the number and names of Ihe white
childten in iheir districts, of five and under '
twenty-one years of age.
6. rnat it shall be the duty of ihe school
committee to contract with a suitable teacher
for their respective districts, for such time as
the monies to which said district may be en
titled, will permit ; and strict regard shall be
had to the qualification and moral character
of siiid teacher: it shall be the duty of the
teacber, at the end of the time for which be
was employed, to give to ibe committee the i
number and names 'of the children who may.
have gooe to his school, specifying the nom -;
oer ol days each one went; and, upon his. i
renocring in is statement, tne committee haQ
pay him by giving an order on the chairmav.
And no committre-msn,' whilst acliiiff
such, shall be a teacber in any;commoit
school. v-. '';--'
14. That any branch of English education J (
may be taught in said schools : and all white
persons .over the age of four years ! sbai bo
per mil ted to" attend ibe school of their district, . j :
as scholars, and receive instruction therein : "
Provided, That the children in any oue dts-" ,
trict may, by the conseut of two or more au
pertotendents, attend the schools fa any ad- ' v
joining oisurci. - . - . -
15. Thai it shall be the duly of said acbool
committees. to visit the schools from time to
time, and generally lo perform all such duties
as they may deem necessary lo tSe aoccesful
opercdon of said school ; and said commit
toeajshall have power to nnha wiii individual,
or other dutrtetafor the puapose of rauip m
sum suGcbnt to carry on their schools fof.tfM
longest Si:'::L'y,:-.: ; -
16. That V(.utn niu mnnlk mftmw ih ctw.L.
coinmittcehall have reported to rbe cbairnisn
ta uutr.ber toC .children in tlkr - respective ". "3
the board, who. sbail' dcternue fan jsaar ft
.leadbjeifc'e1cesa ;jt' -
tbeircwioly ; ajif the nwniea received. lcr', f
tha trhcrsrf Fund and froio tbar ecuoty laafj: j f
hail be distltbuted amob racW dritU r : j
of ihair cocry in rc:5? fc noestr. jef
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