w 1 I -, ' . - f! ! 1 I-" a :
' - ; ':! - - - " . - i i I- - J : 1 . .
"I Drink to Aid Vj Digestion.''
Wen,' thia seems to be a good rea
son, cspeciall to men ;who have a
clamarous appetite for the good crctur.'
For what is so. valuable! to a man's
health as good digestion, j Indigestion
produces the pains lind horrors of dys
jepsia. But will they I believe, us,
when we tell them that the idea of li
quor 4iding digestion sjone ofthe
popular errorpf the age? It lias been
rfcarly demonstrated, that instead of
wine) and otlicr liouora assisting; the
ligestiyej powers they actually retard
them. ' )
First, we remark that there can be
no nourishment in wine, beer or malt
lilM S 1 ... y " " - i
cmatical certainty, that as much flour
or meal as can lie on the point' of a
table knife is more nutritious than ntn
quarts of the best Bavarian beer; thai
a man who is able, daily to consumej
that amount of beer obtains from itiii
a whole year, only so much nourish!
ment, as is found in jive pounds of beefi
Now think of a man drinking nine
quarts of Fraps' lager beer daily, th
year round, and getting only five
pounds of nourishment out of it.- It
is certainly a loosing business to pay
several hundred dollars for beer in the
course of a year, when fifty cents would
buy more nourishment in the form of
bee As to alcohol, it is an absolute
poison, containing not a particle of nu
tritious matter. It is pronounced by
the highest medical authority, as being
a mortal joe of life in every one of its
protean forms. . !
Second; malt liquors afford no aid
to the digestion of food. When .men;
have eaten enormous meals of highly
seasoned food they drink wines, beer!
brandy, to help the stomach through'
its overburdened task of digesting th(j
over supply. But is there any assist-
ancegiven in this way? Popular de
lusion says yes.' Medical science and
experiments jnrove exactly the contra!
: ry, A man kills a snake and puts it
in a bottle of alcohol to keep it from!
falling to pieces by decay. It is thus
preserved in this clement in a state o
soundness. The alcohol keeps it from
being disolved. It will thus be seen
that the effects of alcohol upon flesh is'
to .retard digestion which cannot take;
place until the food in the stomach is
disolved, broken up, disintegrated!
turned into a pulpy substance, prepar
atory to its manufacture into arterial
blood. , 'I
"When doctors catch a curious fish or
reptile, they put him in a bottle of
whisky to keep jiira from decomposi!
tion, -pre are thus familiar with alcohol
as a preserver, but not as a decomposer
of flesh. Medical men have made ex
perimemts with a view of ascertaining
-.t-il 1.1- i. I -I '.li
wuetuer iuu iuiauuu ui mconoi wiin
tlie gastric juice increases its power tp
digest food, and the results have always
proved that liquor retards the process
of digestion. Its retarding influence
is in proportion to the amount taken
in the stomach. A little pi
slight retardation, a large quantity
impjde it very greatlyi To drink'
Lticii, wiwn a view ui aiuiiij uigusLiUU,
is one of the grossest, popular errors
of the age. I ' ' I
But farthermorc. there is .absolute
poison put into liquors, Ayhich tends to
destroy the healthy operations of thife
1- TT. ;i jl i . i "
bujiijucii. xxence, ii is mat stomaens
of drunkards are: litterallv burnt mL
. wiupiuveiy ruiueu, anu ians even to re
ii i i ii i. i . i
luiu mo iuuu uiKfii, inucii jess to di
gest it. Such a dreadful result will
nolt astonish any one, when he remem
bers the amount of poisons put into
tn liquors now in use.
White lead . copperas. loirwootLjilnrii.
, elder-berries, opium, henbane, tobacco,
nuxvoraica, oil ot vitnal, arsenic all
.'.... . .
active poisons are put m wmp nnii
malt liquors, which are daily drank
bv our people. I
8omebody in Conneticutt sold a bot-
ue oi tne best brandy, and Trot. SilU
man. of Yale college, havini? analvod
the same, finds in it alum, iron, sul
phuric acid. Guinea pepper, burnt sii-
- , i 4 17
gar, lead and copper, with a basis of
i,:.u Tt:. .-. it. j-i - .
nuun.j. a ii is is ui uencious mougn
omewhat m iscellaneous m i x t n m whnh
bjr ihe aid of a pretty label and a little
cuiiL',wu on me corK, passes for
Old Henneky, London Dock, Martal
or Scignette brandy. The marvelf is
tnat it does not kill mstantaneousl v ihe
-J-1..,l-.l ...1 ' 1. J J
wciMVMA wreicii wno swallows a
mouthful of it, and in some eases per-
naps it would be better if it did I It
Bcems to be about as well established
as most things in this M orhl. that.
body drinking spirits or j wine can! be
sure of their purity. The mbiber opens
his mouth and shuts hW eyes, as jhe
. cnuuren Ua in the nursery play, f
This accounts for the jfaet, that men
die so much sooner in this age by a
course of intemperance, ihau thevdid
in former times. The large amouni of
poison pux into Jiquor, as a mean! of
.uHuuug more money, neips the alcohol
to do its work of death more rapidl.
lounc men how
drinking such poisonous; stuff; as alco
holic liquors, with your eyes 'open! to
their deadly effects? Is it not a piece
of stupendous follv to commit suicide
in this way? Will a young man with
the beautiful rainbow of how.
the pathway of a glorious future, resign
himself to the slow consumiug cause
of alcohol-poisons? Remember:
1. There is no nourishment in wine
beer; or malt liquors. '
5. They positively hinder thodiges
tion of food. " . "- y
3. They contain ingredients abso
lutely, poisonous. Touch, tast, handle
them Dpt. --Banner of Temperance, j
i .... i ; ;
Main Street, Salisbury, Ar. G.,
Are constantly adding
Vpu imnrrtv(rl n1 valiiflll TTW1. Tmnlfv
nients, Mttcliihcs, Contrivanciea, &c &ct1 for
tlc convenience and facility of Farmers,
Blacksmiths,, . .
Cabinet Makers, I
! Carriage Builders;
. p Coopers, j :h i
I House-Keepers, j
Cooks, &c, &c. I I
In fyct, few. persons unacquainted with
our establishment, are awaro of the wide
(-- i - ' -
HAS taken the room recently occupied by
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
1 " !
IdtF'Ue solicits cash orders from abrod.
iosnnrtfiillv rpfpra in lmcinpca n iF
GREENSBORO' N. C,
Will be open even WEDNESDAY on ami
after the irst Wednesday in March, (Gth,)
for the saje of ' -
Those wio consfgn with me are assured of the
best prices. If the salts do not give satisfaction,
the Tobacrio mav be '-taken in "and ftliinnk.iii.iti.
where. Ko charge lor storage." Warehouse fees
the same an at Danville. Liberal advances will
oe ,na,1' ine warenonse lias a first class pri.ery
attached. In the handlingordering and assort-
in i 3"uf luuaicu, uiu niu;n care cannot be
Ken. Ainpie eampmg grounds are offered to
anters. Ill do mv b,t for
ask more, il refer everv man tn h tip;t1,Vw,- that
the good nje ws may spread. ' i
, Very Respectfully, i f
I EUGENE M0KEHE.41).
Feb. 13, 3ni:8a
LUMBER ! j j
THE pmlersisued begs ieave. to inform
the citizebsof SalivLury, and other places of
imitrovemeut. that he has made arrange
ments to furuish lumber cheaper thari evr,
GREEN j OR PRIED to suit the purchaser.
Remember freights are no more frotri hard
Station, tjhan from places nearer Salisbury,
while the! timber i better. j
Be sur and send your orders for Lnmber.
j W. ROBERTS.
. . i - Icard Station, N. C
House with 7 rooms and
most desirable part of Town. Persons wishing
to purehahe, can apply at this office, i
."P J " W WMTVO f
$T A tlie Sigh of the Red Flag,
MERONEY'S OLD STAND,
SALISBURY, N. C.
i. K. BCRKK
J. m. corny.
r JteOrders and consijmentsrespectfullv
hcted. fiST-Auction sales every Saturday j
, T .., uAturuay idu
public day u v
. i - j
Oh ! Yk--0h ! Yes Oh ! Yei'!
Havin? ifnllpn Viirl- ... .
been reinfdrced bjrfonningaconartnerehii.with
ii i M:F.,K' w,ho h been long and favor
ably knowj the Mercantile community,
I would resnectfiilhr . .u.t.. 7 :V
public generally, and solicit a continuance f
Uieir patrohage to the new Firm ; with the as
surance thdt w tein .ii ! tr
who may have anything to sell or bov.
January 1872! J. K. BURKE,;
N. B. 1 Vlll mafi.n. 3 a. .t
P ,7 u,"" wmto 10 me sell
in of anv kind rsf .,. -
4 . . ! iu we country, lor
Administrators nd others when noUfied in time.
"10 J. K iiii'iri? .:i
Iiand Deeds. TmsfPA niQ
Goramiisioher's Dpac rkapi'
Deeds, Chattle Mortgaffes, &c :
& 3Ln 3SS:
ft: ? I . - i. - :
SI : s
Of the exact and beautiful adaptability of
our goods for the purposes for which thcy
are inafle. Nor can we describe them in an
adrertisement. They must be seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a steam
engine; from a pan to a Ktrawcutter any
thing almost eyerv thing. They have
! A FULL STOCK always on hand of erery
Tarietyfof Naik, Iron, Steel, Hoes, Grain Cra
dle, ScytheK, 100 Dozen Axes at low prices.
Guiw, Pistol, KriTeiT and Forks, Fairbanks
Scales, the beat Wrontrht Iron Plows to be found.
We warrant them to give satisfaction. "Thomp
son's i'Jowf and bubsoilers.
f STRAW CUTTERS,,
and a thormand other things you. need. Send
in your orders or cone and buy.
13:tf Salisbury, N. C,
Overman, Holmes & Co., in Murphy's Granite
Produce bought and shipped on very short
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED
WM. C. KNA13E & CO.
GRAND, SQAURE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the Pub
lic for nearly Thirty Years, and upon their ex
cellence alone attained an unpurchattd pre-ein-inencf,
which pronounces them unequalled, in
i TOJiE, TOUCH, WORKMAXSHIP AND UURA
S,A11 our Squctre Pianos have our New
Improved Ovekstkcko Scale and the Agraffe
B-We would call opecial attention to our
late Patented Improvements in Grand rianot
and iipiare Grands, lound in no other Piano,
i-jwhich bring the Piano nearer perfection than
has yet been attained.
Every IHano Fully Warranted for Five Years.
$fcT We are by special arrangement enabled
to furnish Parlor Organ and Metodians of the
most celebrated makers, Wholesale and Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt
ly furnished on application to
WM. KNABE & CO, Baltimore, Md.
Or any of our regular established agencies.
October 13, 1871. 6 months.
A STEM WIJVDER.
$12, SENSATION, $12.
A BEAUTIFCJL CHRISTMAS GIFT
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW,
AND USEFUL, AS WELL AS GOOD.
A xsew Style I)irm v Tir-x-rix-r, j
openfaetW ATCH corttbiued in one, with fine first
writt ofiedor ritei Nicle, Pa
test Lever, and Jiuly Jevtied Movements.
Accurately adjusted and Regulated. Elegant
OYysta Cap, showing the Exposed Action and
every motion of the Deautiful Works while
running, with the.ee&rae(f patent stem wind.
"ik finding up at the Stem wkhwit
the use of Kv rr-; :.. n.- ,
iJ' in iiwu. ana quite
a Novixxy, Cheapekt really good, strong,
ucc tAvii evermanuinctured
FOR PERSOKAL USE, Equal tofincM qualify high
price Gold Chronometer Watch at one
twentieth the crnt. lvice each Ladies' or Gents'
G,AM in Morocco Case, only $12
or W0 per half dozen .- ftlfW) tu-r i:.u.
or the trade. Single Watches sent free to
y to oac deaery guaranteed on receipt
of price. M e are : responsible for Checks, Drafts,
J "nyrrde,T' Registered Letters only
Ur. WE Will forward tU U v J
,' -tvZ:.- ipressj WITHOUT
THE MOXSTY ami , . I
Express Agent (with Express Charges Ex-
TRA fnr fh. nn. I. V .1 ... - .
r..,,1Cge; pn ine aellvcPy of them
to you in your town. Watches of all kinds
sent everywhere on the same condition.
Gmui American Levers, $15. Solid
tUAIXS. all mIhI tO ... i r ,
Vv.W Tj eacn. JJ.VERY
itt, anu canoeexebang-
tit f . No Agists Ei-
V,tor. 80008 " Anr
J J?.u "V want at half the price Your
ir.I1 V1. fori LWiptive Price Lis'ts of
alleri, " ' Address all
STEWART, GRAHAM & CO.,
,V. . ' Jewelers, Importers, Ac,
15:6mo1, 6 Wllitehall St. V V
C ALEM ALMANACS
POII1IO -At the Book Streo.
SALMS AND HYMNS,
T, At the Book Store.
T UTRERAK Booka of Worship,
Srrr At the Book Store.
HOOL BOOKS, large.Tarietr,
I , At the Book Store.
N fact any thing in the way of Books and
nn SSI "7?' f B" 50 hort notice and
on reasonable, terms.
,t T At the Book Store.
tTA 1 1 LltjrW 1 W NIj SAW
Super Extra Spring Steel; Warranted Refined.
BBEN 1MO OB Y BOTNTON
' ! " 80,MfMA' STHX22S57, Hew ITork. .
NoW 27, 1S56 Joly 23, 18G7 ;i J4n. 14, 14, 1S68; July 27, 18C9.-
or hkrd wood, but soft timber requires it to be Bet
V. s a.A kAH A . ...
iorase wnea sent ont; are two gnages thinner on
. . v. , w Htwiucr. i.iKuiiiiBi mi aieaiiseianu ananeLarad
i' U ort . ""i AMBEICAK IKSTITCTB KllB BClt-PIXO, No V. 4. 1871.
E. M. Botktox, 80 Beekman St.. New YorkSir- Thiai-ertifi tk.t i .1- t i.i..-tLrC.
Saw, worked by hand, Dy two men and saw cut offa
16 nt8 ofsame, contlnuonslv. in two minntM ani im
. . . , - - - , . i.ic ui m eviu vi wooa m less
than nine minutes. I am satisfied that for all purposes of crow-cutting large and small timber, voor
eross-wt and wood saws have no rivalin speed, in ease and in simplicity. -
I beiietetheir universal use would Bave a vat amount of money and time, and lighten the toil of
millions of men. J. W. BLAKE.
. , . Superintcndentand Knginw. ameriean'lnuitatelair.
----- --- - - ,,,,,:", i".v
is bettrr than the old fricti n process used bv all
Hontst hard ware men will procure the genuine for their customers, even if they are overstocked with
inferior goods, but wLere they do not keep them, agentu are wsnted.
N B. Mmiont or axesare used for cutting wood: a Lightning Crow-Cot Paw. either for one manor
for two, will , cnt fire times as fast as an axe. Why not try them? AIm, Lightning Ice Saws, 4 to 6 feet
long, suitable for general use. -
See that the name and warrant are on each saw.
E. M. BOYXTOX.Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. New York.
E. M. Boynton's Lightning One man Cross cut, f. r riitt ng Wvod. Joists. Logs sndTiroWr. snd hw
m5i- rT rmP''te. redJ- ' MH-. rri, e, (H) for four leK. l.siger s madf to ordrr.
Milliuus orAiesare iu iim:, wlcie, by u.-ing tl: Sav, hall tie time oi.ld be t-avd, and do ate of
Why I c (he I.iglilningr San-1
Itecansv the fastest is tbe cleaiict, IF SIMPLt'.
i : . :.. t 111 . .1 , . .
an 1. cuswuie nuuurcu ui n.wic uuimn luriue
nnn Dy sjed and ease or an improved saw savca
Hint tinaLilir,,! mill. H..U.I (.. I
'"'"ui iiivsi iicficvi woiivi itu uiij cleanup leein propeny, 11 complU slid.
These patent teeth are all of one length and uo shoi Using requited and cut twice as fast as common
There have be:n many devices for clearer teeth, bjt no other patent cutting teeth for cross euttinc but
these are known by should a saw tooth be in an indirect rasped V. riding over the timUr, when,
if the outside edges be projected and point double with one drws of set, direct cuttinr sBdclearinir
is substituted! true, it mil rtqure Utter steel and harder tempering for a cutting saw. butdo you
buy a poor tool of any otLer description, or ure a ivuyl rsp to sharpen yourpeisknilet KuU careful
ly these Patcut Cutteis, how dtHerent from any other aw :
1st. .Double pointed, with oxx Biske inu hi for two points on one side of kerf, and next ta ore
versed cut on other side.
2ud. One point liehind the other, consequently Cuts and clears only with outside edces. Nw slsntcut
to Ruage out. If one point of il tooth was set oue way and one the other, tbe slant would ride and
lift out the tooth.
3d Cuts at a direct or opposite angle to the old V tooth saw, beneath all sawdust, ts a plow instead
01 a harrow. r
4th. Are edged with an oil stone, after filing teeth.
6th. These are the only patvut.direct cutting and clearing teeth known for crow cutting 'saws eat
shape eaS'er tbanany ollier and re w ith present furin, as simple to sharpen as the old V tooth, 'as U
" UPC' BOYIVTOX'S PATH'T IIGIlTiIaG SAW.
Thfs saw iwssessca several grat advantages over the ancient V tooth, which has hitherto been relied
on, especially 111 cross-cnt saws, tne strength, stillness and durability of these teeth, and their canacitv
for deep gumming are soi.bviona that we will only nsme four other points of comparison viz- fcneetL
ease, simplicity and perfect elcaram. . 1 companion, viz. ispeeo,
Spkkd All are aware thkt an ordinary hand saw euts only one wty; . e. the front cut Is more ef
fective than th- back, or retreating cut These teeth, with their opposite euttinfscei 'Si il ne
are equivolent to the front cut both ways of the hand saw, in distmctiou to the backcnU of the old V
saw. Hence speed is inevitable. v
Ease of C'cttino. It is easier to nlow a prove
this principle is very perfect, all the teeth being of
cal and projecting edges, and clear simultaneously
MKPUCiTY. i ins is obvious all the points being like handsaw teeth, vix: tbe same lea rth o
hooks, or tlack raking teeth, to he shortened? only one mill tile is required to keep tbVm in order, and
thlTIIN .MI tnlthstisi.l;!)t..l lullnn.tn.l.. -.t--.sl.-l! . -v.j, tiiki. .uy
' ,f " J ....v. . v-.r rnp 1 jrn
eight hours (including lost time) in Michigan.
Aow, Apbil, 7, 1870.
I'ekfect CI'Kabanci Continuously cutting and clcnrlng, these opposite cuttine fa
cut, but dear, by lifting the fibre above the projecting blsdes, like a plow, w hich Is the
clearing implement. r
rfy their circular we see that two Boynton brothers, bv hand, mr nffa 1..1.......1. . u
il Ins. 1st .;r),t f-n. K-fK- II - i W ------ - . - mJ , .ululc j
os. wi,:t:iKiS- fc; v.. t it in r. - ,rj":" aiinoepe
",a- "www ar.swB 4BaeBrpi vruri s&a jieiut" hi 1 nt navj niiinnn-.i.-.j a iw
tU.n K lio n .1 r . . : , 1 , . ,r . " Frraiu
miavvipuiaa v "V. sy (al ajar I a B'l - wb B aiisn Tlfili Hi I imiW tT t Law iaa V. - - 1.
t Jl 5? rW r mfd !di,,d by.P'. E M' RJ-nt0D. 80 Beekman street, New York, and are pro
tected by four patents, dated respectively 27, 18C6; July 23, 1867: January 14 1868- JIr 8 ifi?
We trust that the inventors of so valuable an improvement, i. an artideTf eh lV2S ll'
tne fruit of their labors freo from infringement or piracy of any kind Iao
These Sates are universally conceded to Surpass all others for Cross cutting Timlcr.
Although S500 cJiallcrtge for expense of test has been advertised in millions
of papers, and engraved on each saw, no one lias ever DABED
to publicly test the matter, NO other saw has douhle
pointcd teeth, CONSTRUCTED TO CUT
IN LINE SO AS TO CUT WITH i
OUTSIDE OF M TOOTH
ONLY by direct action.
l. Us The cutting of all single pointed teeth are equal, and tJiise M teeth
are double, tcilh direct-action, spaced, and slant concealed between points of
M. If one point of M teas set one way and one tlie other,
the slant would ride and lift out the tooth.
When the hardware trade do not sell, atrpnta w-iniJ j . .
is required. A aix foot crosa cnt and a
on receipt of $6, or $1 per foot. One man
Xot One Failed in 20000.
The Hew Year find Ue LIGHTNING SAWS
BniversAlly ackaowledxed to lead Ue Aueri
ieaa market. No aauafactarer of Saw kaa
(lared to qaestioa or publicly test at the Amer
ican Institute, or otherwise, the taattef ofsupe
r ority of the latest improved Haws . Tbe 6O0
challenge for expenaea of public eoatot isca
graved on Ui saw.
TLe larjre iacreaw of tbe basiBeMhaa com
pelled lease or No. (ft) Ifetkniaa street, aad ar.
rangemeoU for the laaaBlactare of Ave thousand
I.IUtlTNINt; Croaa cnU per month, aad hope
to be able to fill all orders promptly.
The supply has been annioal to the demand
of the LIGHTNING BLX'KHAW.batbereafWrl
will endeavor to keep a stock oa hand. The
taie of seveal doae of th above meBUeaed
Ha causes belief that they are tbe beat bUdes
In the market. All Lightning Saws are indel
ibly etched with my name, the CroCuU with
directions for fling, using. 1c.
Kach Lightning -aw will coil andtoech ends
nnlnjnred. Not one fa twenty thousand baa
proved ImpertoeUso thorough m the f nspectioa
of these reitolar goods; but. for the benefit of
Hl sucti nntikilled men as csn not set and ae a
VI. thin MW a m... k...:..nl . . r . .
1 . -"m . in IIUBU rTJC UWI IK. f Wilt
H'Taf' inserted to order. Since enlargement of dost
?TPe, one year ago. no complaint ofclorrinr
baa been received. The Lightning Saws are
equatlV adaotcd lor am&ll and !artimlr
sound 8x91nch chesixrtloa; in 3 4 Mconds- and
uinnH r .. ... r - . j
m u. puuuiu ue osrwH urn airect entUnr
other saws. c.mag
laoorinai wears ont ihe rroM-cat saw a m
thecoet of a dozen. Tbe onlv difficulty
. J . """VHM
in timber than tn omck .
even length, double pointed, cut with
with He same.
The application of
uii 1 ue uiu issinoneo saw.
ceaH not onlv
the most perfect
work, by two men, with one saw once, filed la
Atv wrnnA (
rriolr i.M.J. :m 1. . . , .
taws $1 25 per foot
" --v, .. ' -1 su . .nu. Jkii 11 il 1 r-
Passed tn the House of Kcprcsentaticcs
January 17, 1872.
AN ACT to alter the Constitution of Xorth
Carolina. . .
The General Aaaemllv of North Carolina do
enact (three-firth of all the members of each
That the ConaUtutiou f thia Bute U altered
as tjollows, to witt
Amend aection six, of the first article, hr
tnkinp out the first clause thereof, down to and
includiog the word M Iwt f thin Long lUclauee
relating u the State da. .
Atiend Beetion two of the aeoOnTtr lc! U
striking out the word - annoallj - andlr-cning
in lieu thereof, the word -Uenniallyf beini:
In refereace to Ux sesaiotM of the General As
semU, -. t
' Amend cction five of the second article bv
sinking out all that precede .the words, - the
said Senate districta," and by striking out the
phrase "as atreaaid or" In said .section ; the
parta bo stricken out having reference to lh
Add a new section to the second article to be
rtIed aection and to read as follow :
The member of the general Assembly alull
each) receive three hundred dollars as a com
pensation for their service during their terao,
subject to aucli regulation in regard lo lime of
payment and redocUoM tor non-attendance as
mT he prcscribvU by law ; but li.ev mar hav
u addiucmal allowance when they are 'called
together in special aesMsun, and mileage shall be
ten cents jcr mile for each session."
Abend section one of the third article Jby
striking out the word " lour years," where thry
occur first in said section, anu inserting, in lieu
thereof, the word "two years," being in refer
ence to the terms of executive officer.
Strike out the word " Superintendent of Pub
lic Torka," wherever they occur in the Consti
tution, thus abolishing that effice.
Aiieud lection aix of the third article, by
striking out Ihe word Mannullj." and in
serting, in lien thereof, the word "biennial
ly." Bo as to conform to the roviiius re
specting the avasions of the General Aaaetn
Strike out sections two and thre of the
foortH article, being the provisions which rw
fer to the apooinuneut aud duties of the
. Alter sectiou four of the fonrth article, so
that raid section shall read a follows : "TL
judicial pwer of the State shall be vested iu
aeoart ftirthe trial of impeachmrtits. a fu
preiae court. So perior Court. ocb interior
Courts as may be established by law , and
Courts of Justice or tlie IVace."
Alter section eight of the fourth article,
so that said sectiou shall rad as follow:
"The Supreme Court shall cousist of a Chief
Jnsticoand two Associate Justice; 1'ruri
ded. That this shall uot apply to the justices
daring their preseut term of utile, uuless
by death, resignation, or o'hwrwis, theuuin
ber of Associate Justices shall be reduced
to two." i
Alter sction twelve of the f..urth article
so that said section shall read as follow :
The State shall be diviJed into n'u.e judi
cial districts, for each of which a ju.ige s1.mI1 :
be chosen; aud iu each district a Surior
Curt shall Ine eld at least twice i i each
yearto continue for such time iu each coun
ty ripeetively as may be prescribe! by law.
The fjeucral Asembly shall lay off said dis
tricts; iu due time, so that the said nine
judgv may be chosen and Wgiu their oflici-
al term at tlie first geueral eu-ction for mem
bers of the CJeii-ral A? i,,l.y which shall
occur after the ratificatiou of this section."
The General Assembly u.ay rcJuce or in
crease th number of Ili.-ti ii u In t.ik- eff.-ct
at the end of wtch jiijici;l t-riu.
Strike out s-ctiou tliirt-eu of ihf fotirili 1
aiticle which fixes the p eswtit judicial dis
tricts". Ainend section fou.teen of the fourth ar
ticle: by striking out all af'.t-r the w..rd
otliee." and in-rtMit:. in lieu of 1!... put m j
stricken out. the following: The General j
Assembly s'usll preset ile . 1 pr p-r svstem of
rotation for the judge may r i 1 . - the same d'i
Ir'lCt twice iu succession, and the judges ni;t
also exchange districts uitli each other, as
maybe provided bylaw"
s-trike out -ctiou titieen of tlie fourth ar
ticle,:aud iusert iu lieu thereof, the follow- j
iiigi-Tlit General Assembly ha!l have no ;
toweT to deprive the judicial department of 1
any power r jurisdiction which rightfully !
I ei tarns to it as a coordinate department;
ut the General Assembly shall allot atiJ
distribute tl kt portion of this power and ju
risdiction, which does not pertain to the Su
preme court, among the other court pre
scribed in this constitution or which may be
established by law. iu such manner as it
may deem beet. pruviJe also a proper s stein
of appeals, and regulate by law wheu
necessary the methods of proceeding, iu ihe
exercise of their powers, of all the courts
below the Supreme Court, so far as the same
may be done without conflict with other pro
visions of ttiia constitution. "
Strike out sections sixteen, seven
teen, niueteeu, twenty-five and t'uirjy-three
of the fonrth article.
Amend sectiou twenty-six of the fourth
article by striking out all that part which be
gins with, and follows the word "but" iu
said section, and. in lieu of the part so
stricken out, inserting the followiug :
The judicial officers and the clerks of any
courts which may be established by law,
shall.be chosen by .the vote of the qualified
electors, and for such term as may be pre
scribed by law. Th voters of each pre
cinct est abl shed as is elsewhere provided
for in this constitution, shall elect two jus
tices ct the peace for such term as may be
fixed by law, whose jurisdiction shall extend
throughout their respectire counties. The
General Assembly may provide for the elec
tion of more tbau two justices of the peace
in those precincts which contain cities or
towns, or in which other special reasoas ren
der it; expedient. The chief magistrates of
cities and incorporated towns sha.ll have
me jvuici! uci9i j'iMiir, j i iwe. " ill r. 1
......- . r .: . . r .v..
Amend sectiou thirty of the fourth article
bystiikiuf out the word "Uiw-nship" and
inserting, in lien theref, the word -pre-cincti;"
also io the last sentence of the same
section, strike out the words "the commis
sioners of the county may appoint to such
office for the unexpired term," and in lieu
iberet'f iusert "an appointment to fill such
vacancy for the unexpired term shall be
made as may be prescribed by law."
Aineud sections oue aud seven of the G th
article, by striking out the words -commissioners
of the several counties" where they
occurs in said sections, and in Heu thereof in
serting the words, "county authoriiies es
tablished and authorized by law."
Strike out section four of the fifth article,
relating to taxatiou to pay the State debt aud
Amend section six of the fifth article by
inserting after the word "iustrumeut" iu
said aection the words "or auy other er
sonalprperty.w Insert the word "and" before the word
surf eyoi" in section one of the 7th article,
and strike oot tlie words "and five commis
sioners" in said sectiou ; also add to 'aid
section the following : ' The General As -
semlsl aliall nrnrU. f..r . v-t-. ,.f
sr ss j m aat a a v au a ' a wm cj r i
Rovefumeut for the several counties of the
Amend section two of the seventh article.
by striking out the word "Pommissiouers"
aud in lieu thereof inserting the word
county authorities established and authorized
by law;" and in the same section strike out
the words, "the Register of Deeds shall be
ex officio clerk of the board of commission
Strike out section three of the eventh ar
ticle. aod in lieu thereof insert the following :
-Th) county autWiUea eaUUiahod vadB.
tbonred by lawshaJl Sevlhat th restaur.
unties are dirideJ into;a soiUlU tmtcWr
tr stib-divisions, as compact and convenient
r i " POM'b,?. od marked oot bv de
finite bound. rwi. wl.uitmy M KU U.
eeessary. Said sub division, .hall be know,
by the name of preciucts. TLey shall Lav,
rnraf I'""' lT t-wnship gov!
ernmeuts are abolished. The boundarieof
r 'S'1,1:" u th h?re
uZiS?" -til they shaU
Strike out Kection. foor, fir .
eleven of the seventh article, which reUie u
the t.wuhip system. e w
Amend section eight and t.it. j tb-
-mcre y sinaioj; out the Word
i.i.ips wnere tfaey iK-cor in said
iit ' X, . " 7f, v vllW.
Strike ont seetjoa l.ree of the ninth article
and in lieu thereof insert the following i -TVib
Geuersl Assembly shall tn.U tuiJble prv-
7" V I uaEe,ient and rea
atlou of the public seh..ds, nd forirSt
''euiuiy l.ax, K,Wrrtu
.rov,de fox tht , elecUva. ,U TrutUi a lU
I uiversity ,.f North Camlina, in wbotsi
eWn, shall be all h, pdTi, '
rights, franshues and endowment heiu
fore iu any wise granted to, or cotifrm-d .
on. the iWrd of Tsustevs of said Unlveri
ty; and the Geberai Assembly may tt4k
such provisions, laws aud regulation,, trvm
tluw to time, a way be necessary and x
edient. the maintenance and inanacv
uwnt of saij University.
Strike .ent ti..n thirteen, fourteen and
fifteen of tbe tiitth ' article, relatln; to thw
Uuiveiaity of Koilh Carvlina. . Ani.atd mm.
lion ten of the eleventh article by striking
out the word "at the charge of th State."
and in lieu thereof, iasert the words "ty the
State; aud those wb do i.t own pnerty
exemption preacribed iu this Constitution, or
being minors, whose Mreuts -Jo Dot oi
proj-rty over and al-.vethe saane, hall U
cared for at the 1 barge of the State.
Alter section sevei of the foortemth ar
ticle so that said section shall read at foU
r.dlowa: "No i-rson wlsBBLall bolj any of
fice or place of trust or profit under the United
Mates, or any deparUuen: there.. f. or under
any other .Mate or goeru:m :,t, shall hold or
exercise any other oliice or place of trust or
pfohi under the authority of this State, or be
eligible to a Mat in e.ther L.Tuse cf the
General AsM-uibly ; Itucidcd. That nothing
herein contained hall extend ti olhcers io
tU militia. Justice of the lVace, Coiausis
sioii. rs I .r Sjcial ruqises."
Add another s-eti..u to the fourtheeuth ar
ticle to be staled "seet:on f." and to read.!
follows: "t'ouuty officers, justice of th
eac and other olicers huo oQice r
abo!isLed or changed iu any way by the al
teration of the c-u.-tituiioushallco 'tiute u
exercise tlieir fuiictions until any provisions
uec.-sary Ui Im- made by law in order to gi
fiilleff.-t t t.i Ihe alterations, so far as relates
to said officers shall have beeu rr.ide."
Ue -number the srti..ni in those article
from which an M-etioti hs been stneken
w ithout the insertion of another in its stead;
and cive to any new secti..u that number
which by this u.et!...l i. a'd have beeugirm
t-. the section for hhirh it is suUtited. and
tlie alteration s!. all be eo.liodied
cs.ii.- itutioii, atid the several
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KTI'IIN'S II I S THANKS to
! iV t HI US hs and the public for t
I ralr...iCC LT tolorc ClU-ii4.eii W .Ui.
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BaUding-. 2toom No. 2,
where he would b- pleated to we tbeia. D
guarantee:- ti fire satfal:n in even ae
He ha in hi employ of tic !-t II r ircr
in Western North Caitdins. He requests
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