Aff ACT TO ESTAHUSlI A WETEHN
J L'lXlCAL DlSTRrtT.QFiNOKTJIiC AROHxIirtriei in any part of the North Carolina!
"Be it enacted hy thk yndte ami Uohsc of.
likpretentatiresqt the InUJ-tate of Amer
ica in Congre afimbhd " Tbt fliat portion
of the State or North Ciinilina comprising!
counties of Mecklenbtirci Cabarrus, Stanly,
!Mbiififfinery. Richmond li)jivie, Davidson,
Randolph, Guilford, Kikir;griaiui, Stoks
Forsyth, Union, Asnon!, t'asvvelL Person
Alamance. 0aDg, ciiathtiin, .Iore. vlayJ
Cherokee, S win. Macon,!
wrnb; MadisonvYaney. (Mitchell. Watauga
Aifhe. Alleghany Caldwell, 15 jrk, McDowejl,;
IItltheford, Polk, Cleveland. Gaston, Liii-I
dn, Catawba? Alexander, lYVilkes, Surry,
Ireddl, Yadkin and l'owhnifand all territory
em braced therein Which piayhereji
ecied Into new comities. fhall limr,
estuer ue er-
!i rafter con-
tSnte a new judicial clistHctj, to be called the
western district of Xurthj Carolina; anJ tlvt
circuit and district courts bf the United States
foj-taid western district iof INorthi -'CalrolitiH;
shall be held in th tonai of Xtatesvilltv
Ahevill, aid Greensboro' within said dis-
See. 2. That two tennis of the circuit and!
dshrut eonrts of the United States for said
western district of North (Jr.rolink hall be
held at the fol'owing times and places in
each year to w it : At Greensboro, begin-;
nitig on the first Monday in April aniio
October at Statesville, beginning on the
third Monday in April findjin October; at;
A&heville, beginning on the first Monday in
May ana in Ivtnler. ( j !
&ee. 3. That the district iof Nirth Caro
lina shall hereafter consist of jtlie counties not!
named in this act, and j-hall be called tin
east district of Nrirth I CiroIi(rak and the-
tetms of the circuit and district ciirts there-;
In ehall be held at tildes and: places heareto-j
for appointed and enacted.! j
SeC. i, That the aid ! eirent and district
j. coiorts foritber of said districts may, in their
: discretion, order special teribs thereof the
' trial of criminal and civil isstierj at ueh tim s".
and places as the court may designate in said:
diltrict. and order a grand ind a petit jury,;
or both, to atteud the paniel by an order ti
l.U . J -1 . ..j .1 .. b i r . .1
ue tuierru oi record uurry pays pciore wie;
da at which said special term sljiall be or-;
dered to convene ; and saiH court; respec
tively, at such special teynssjhallhave all the
f pfwer that they have at the retrwlar teriii.J
appointed by law1: Vrooidrib hotcerer, Thatj
IDO special term of said eirc-uit court f..reitherf
; district shall be appoixted iexct jiit by and
wlthjhe -concurrence and consent of the cir
Sec. 5. That all suits and others proceed
ings of whatever name or nature, tow pend
ing in the circuit or district -nrt of the Uni
ted States, for the district ofNorthi Caroliua,j
except as hereinafter provided, shall be tried,
and disposed of in the cirpuit abd district
courts, respectively, for siiiijl eastern district;
asj the same would have been if thjsc-t had
not been passed aud for thijit purpose juris-:
diction is reserved to the jsaid courts in;
-said eastern K District, and tile clerks'
of thecircujt an J district coiifts of tlie present"
district of. North. Carolina shall return the
records and files of the said! circuit and dis-;
. trict courts at the places heretofore appoiu
ed!, and to do and perform all the Unties ap
pertainiiiglo their said offices, respectively,
withiutheeatern district, eixcept as is here-;
; inafter provided ; .and all process Returnable:
toj or proceedings uiTtice for. any tkrn of the"
. preseutcircuit or district court halj b deein
Udj to be returnable to the next term of said
coojrlts. respectively, in the, said eskteru dis-;
'rict, as fixed by this act. I
jf-iec G. That upon application of any parJ
ty to any suitor proceeding, icivil or crimiiial.
now pending in the preseut $trcuitf r. districif
court or the United Mates lor the present dis
trict of North Carolina, vvlileh sliould have
been 'Commenced ju the proper coini t for the
western district of North Cairol'mai, if' this act
has been ill f. tree at the time of-tjoinuience-;
ment. such suit or other proceedings shall;
be removed for further prlceedings to the1
jruper Court for said westi'ru distiict, and;
thereupon tlie clerk shall transmit the origi
nal paper, and copies of ill orders made
theteiuto the clerk of the; pour to which
said suit or proceedings shall be removed
for trial, or sucli other proceedings therein
as if the said suit or proceedings had origin-
r ally been commenced therejiu : tlie di.trict
attorney of said western distinct tcf designate!
the couit to which ull suits ijtnd prbpeedlugsj
and, indictment and crrimjijal pR)ceediugs
I wheein the United States is plain'iff, .shall.
1 w renioved, and the plaint ill!, or hijr attorneyj"
' in all other suits to desiguft'e the court to
which they shall be transferiied ; btut no suit,
indictmetit. or criminal proceeding wher
bailis reqmiredof adefendaut, sha!Ue trans
ferred until proper bail is veu ffr him to
appear accordingly : Provided That, all
suits andnther proceedings.! both criminal
anl civil, now peuding in tiie Cape Fear dial
trj. t court of the Uni edStajes at Salisbury)
with all the 'original paiers iiu rein. thall he
transferred for trial or such other proceed in "II
s siuui oe meet arm proper to a special term
of the district court (.f-the United States. frt
said western distiict of Nor h Carolina, to be
held at( Salisbury, beginning on llieseeoud;,
.Motidayiu August. A. I), eighteen hundred
and seventy-two; and all said suits and pnl
crediugs not then family ! impost d of shalf
with the oiigiual jtapers thefeiu, pe tranfer
red io the distiict courtaf sah wjestern disfi
trict at Grensbor or Statesville, as Hif
judge. tiiiay order; and all ueeessryl and pro
uer projr.es shall issue au 1 be made returua'
hie in said suit and rceedijags to the uext
term of said courts, res- ectivMy, jfor trial djp
such other proceedings therein as if the origi
nal proceedings had begun itij said last natnej
curtsaud the clerk of said; district court at
.Greensboro' shall act as clerjt at faid spt-cia)
court n i Salisbury ; and aliJsuiisf and or her
proceedings, both criminal a d civil. pending
at tlie ljiite term oftho Unued StaU-s district
court fyr the Cape Fear district, held at Ma
rion, beginiug on the third Monday of August
eighteeb hundred and .seventy-one, and ml
then fhjally disposed oh shall, wih the origin
nal papers therein, be trausfrrcdjto a special
term of the district court torba d western d s
tri. t, td be held at Asheville,NoriiCaiolinai
leginiug on the third Monday in August,
eightej-u huud.ed and sevnty,tw o, to be
then aid there tried r such ther: proceeding
1 a I theiriu as may be u eel and proper, ac
cording to the practice of t$e court, and all
suits and proceedings as shall lUt then be
tinally deposed of shall b4 jjoutilnued on the
docket of said courts at Asheviltelto the next
'term thereof, aud in the meantime all nece
sary and ivroper process shall issue from said
last uamed court and be returnable tWto
and proceedings had therein, as if theorist
nl lroceedngs had begun in said court
hM the clerk of rsaid speciiil-courtat Ashe-
Sc. 7. at t'epassagofthls aet shlll
in.it have the efft t.. dsffoy o illipair tlki
hen of any jndgelment or dicr?e rendered bv
the circuit or distl id curt oflthe United Stales
for the present district of Noth ( aroliua prior
to xhU act taking Uect: and tlnal proems
on any judgment otj decrek eiitred in the
cirvoit or district court cf the United States
for the District of North Carolina, or which
shall be entered thereiu prior to this act tail
ing effect, and all other process for the en
forcement ot any rder. of said courts, re
pectivley. in any cause of proceedings fe
inoved as herein provided shall; be issrfed
from, and Veturuable to. th propter court for
the asteru district of North Carolina, and
way be directed and executed y the rnr-
shal of the United States for the said eastern
district judee for thesaid wesfern district; of
North tiirollna, who shall receive a4 annual
salary of three thousand 5veh4ndre4 dolUrsj
and thfre shall al-o be appoihted 4 district
attorny of the United States for the said wes
tern ditrict-of North Carolintl who$kall re
receivejsuch. fees and compensation Mnd exet
rise sjij'.h powers and perform snch duties, as
are fixfd and e joined by iawj J i
.Sec. ID- That the circuij and district,
jadgeskhall appoint three clrksj' each joif
vvhomlhall be cierk both of tile circuit anil
district ctmrts for said westrfn disrct of
North Carolina, one of whojn shajll reside
and ke!ep htsjotiictMit Statesville, ani third jo jp
whom I snail raide and keep! his joffice at
Greenaboro; who; shall ret m e ihe fees aiid
compelsation for services performed by them
uovr.fi ied by law.' - 1 :
Sec.l. Thafeither ofthe clersofthe
district and circuit courts fori saidj eastern
districcf North. Candiiia is hereby afathorii
rd, under the i direction of! the! district
judge Of said westeru- district, to ! make ;a
traiiscrjpt from any "of the records jfiles, or
papersofjthe district aud circuit! Courts of
the United States, Tt-mainine iu theJoHicejf
the ,'clefks of said eastern district, iifjall ma
ters aDll proceedings Which relate ti orcorii
cern Ieu8 upon. Or titles V real) esatj; situate
in saidj western district, -aud for thatjpurposij
shall hjjtve access to, said recontsin tlie ofb'ci?
of saidiclerks in sttid eastern j district. aoH
such triti!cipts, when so inad by fcjther of
said chirks, shall certified to. jto beHrnemd
icorrectf by the clerks making it-he sjune and
;thesane When so made and certified, shall
he evidence iu all courts and place! equalU
'witlrsajid origiualg. j j !
TIJE I5EVEN ANCjAnT WOJ&ERrf.
.Thepo were, l"t. The brass Colossus
of Ubotles, t2l feet in height, built h
Oyrus Ji. 0. S8, occupying 20 years in
making. lt stood across the i.urixtr tit
Ilhodci 66 years, and waa thei jthrowia
down y an earthquake. It was! bouglii
hy a Jew from-1 lit? Saracens, who loaded
900 cjimuls with the brass;, 1. 'J'la
Pyramids of Egypt. The , largest one
engaged 360,000 workmen. 20 years in
building, and has now stood at least 3,000
year. ' 3d. The Aqitedncts of Rome, in
vented by Appius Claudius, the . cWisor. -4ih.
Labyiintli of Pgamnietithas, on he
banks )!t' the Nile, containing within one
cbnthiijk'd wall, 1,000 houses and 12.'royi;
al palabes, all covered wiili rnarblo, and
having; ouly one, entrance. The buiMing
was said to contain 3,000 chambers,, nud
a hall puilt Qlnjarhle, adorned with statues;
of the gods. 5lh. The Pharos of Alex;
andna, built by order of Ptolemy Phila
delphia, in the year 282 li. U. It wa
erected! as a light bouse, and contained
magnificent gaileries of marble; larae
lantirnl at the top, the light of which waaj
seen near a hundred miles off; mirrors of
etTornifus size were fixed round the galled
ries, rejrtictin everything on the sea A
common tower is -now erected in its place!
6th. The walls of Babylon, built by order
of Sewiramis of NebuehudnexzHr, utxl
liiiisrted by 200,000 men. 1 hey were
of iintiieni-e thickness. 7ih The Tt unjle of
Diana !t Eplietus, completed in the retell
of Serving, the sixth king bf Home, it
was 4-50 feet long, 200 broad, and sup
ported 'by 126 marble pillars.
Selpom has a spring been more prolix
fie ofciiamities to the ueoolebf this uhniet
the present. The Litest terrible
violation c.ime in the form jf a hurricane
upon t(ie people of Zanzihart Afiiea. It
occuvred on the 15lh of Ipril. Some
idea of the extent of the disaster . may be
hac) from the statement that -the, entire
means of subsistence of S0,000 human hu
ing hiprb been entirely cut rf. 1
Fussed in the House of llkprcsmiaii&k
January 17, 1S72. j , ! 1
AN ACT to alter the Constitution of North
The General Assembly of North Carolina do
enact (three-tiftbs of all the members of each
House concurring.) J
That the Constitution of this State be altered
as follows, to wit : Ml
'.nM)d 8ection six of" the first article, by
strikingjoiit the first clause thereof, down to and
including the word "but ;" this being the clause
relating to the State debt. ' r !
Amoiid -section two of the second article by
striking; out the word " annnallv," an4 insertiiig
in hen tjhereof, the word " bit-nniaf iy; being
in reference to Lhe sessions of tlie General As
sembly.! f j
Amerjd section five of the second article, by
fitrikingjout -all that precedes the words, "the
said Senate districts," and bv striking out the
phrase 'fas aforesaid or" in said section Vthb
artssp stricken out bavin
reference to the
Add it new section to the second article to be
styled "section 80," and to read as follows
l ie members of the general Assembly Khali
each receive three hundred dollars as"a eonU
pensation for their services during their term,
sul.jcct tip guch regulations in regard to time of
paymenf and reduction for non-attendance as
may he prescribed by Jaw; but they mav have
an additional allowance when they are "called
together in special session, and mileage shall U
ten cents per mile for each swion." j
Amend section one of the third article W
striking ut the words " four vears," where theV
occur firtin said section, and inserting, A n Jiejii
thereof, he words "two vears," being in refer!
ence to tie terms of executive officers jt
Stnkerout the woj-ds Superintendchtof PulU
ic Worfo," wherever they occur in tile Consul
tution, tlus abolishing that efhee.
Ameid section six of the third article, by
strrkiugit the word "anuually " and in.
serting, In leu thereof, the word "biennial
ly." so 4s to conform to the provisions rei
spectiug the sessions of the General Aeui-
.1 " ' i - '!!
' Strike out sectins two and three of th
fourth article, being the provisions whieh re
fer to the appoiutmeut and duties of thie
Altr feectionj four of the fourth article. si
that said; section shall read as follows : "The
judicial power of the State shall be vested iu
a court for the trial of impeachments, a Sui
preme cpurt, Superior Courts, such inferior
courts as may be established by law, and
Courts t Justice of the Peace. IT
AltejectioH eight of the foarth article1!
.J!51141 sectitm all read as follow:
I he Sitpreme Court shall consist ofa Cliief
Jim.ce nd two Associate Justices;. Prod
ded. That tins shall not apply to the justice!
during ,eir present term of office, unless
ty death, resignation, otherwise, the noin
totwo SSdate Justic?s shall je reduced
j A,Uf elve 9f the fourth articll
ThiT M11 ad as follows:
.TheStaM fhall be divided into nine judi
caUist:cW: for each ofhich ajadgeafcaH
bediosem and m each district Li Superior
tjourt shll be held at Wst twicl i?3
)ear, to j-out.ane for such time in each coun
LT,r W.vely as may bf prescribe! by law!
general Assembly shall lay off said di3-
ncts4U dl,e uie. so that the ! said; ninl
tfSt ?eral eon for mem!
ZZ, !smb,y which ghall
Tu "f lue ratcation of this section.
Tb Gjeneral Assembly may reduce or in
crease the number of Districts to take effect
at the lend vt each judicial term.1 -1 ? I
Stride 00 1 section - thirteen of the foarth
ai tide; 'which fixe the p:csent judicial dis
tricts. : , V " ..
AmenJ section fourteen of the fourth ar-;
tide by striking out all after, the word
OiBee" and inserting, In lieu of the part so
strickejn out. thie following: The General
Assembly shall: prescribe a proper system or
rotation for the! judge may ride the same dis
trict twice iu succession, and the judges may
also exchange districts with each other, as
may ltd "provided by law
Mrikje out section fifteen of the fourth ar
ticle, aud insert iu lien thereof, the follow
ing: Tlhe General Assembly shall have n
power to depiive the judicial department of
any ioWer or jurisdiction which rightfully
pertains to it as a coordinate department;
but the General Assembly shall allot and
distribute ti nt portion of this, power and ju
risdiction, which does not pertain,' tothe Su
preme Court, among the other Courts pre
scribed in this constitution or wlfleh may be
established by law. iu such manner as it
may deem best, provide also a proper B'sletn
of appeals, and regulate by law, when
necessary the methods of proceeding, in the
exercise of their powers, cf all the courts
below the Supreme Court, so far as the same
may be done without conflict with other pro
visions of this constitujjou."
Strike r-out sections sixteen, seven
teen, nineteen, twenty-iive aud thirty-three
of the fourth article.
Amend seetion 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. iu lieu of the part so
stricken out, inertini: the following:
'The judicial officers and tlie clerks of any
courts wjhich may be establish d bylaw",
shall be chosen by the vote of the qualified
electors, aud for such term as may be pre
scribed by law. Ti e voters of each pre
cinct, establ shed as is elsewhere provided
for in this constitution, shall eh ct two jus
tices of the peace fm- such term as may be
fixed by law, whose jurisdiction shall extend
throughout their respective counties. The
Cieneral Assembly may provide for therelec
(ionof more than two justices of the peace
5n those precincts which contain cities or
towns, or in yhich ther special reasons ren
der it expedieut. Tim chief magistrates or
cities and incorporated towns shall have
the judicial powers of justices of the peace."
: Amend section thirty of the foiirtti article
by st iking out the word "towusbip" and
i serting, in lieu thereof, the word pre
cincts;" also iu tlie last sentence of the same
Section, strike out the words '-the commis
sioners of the county may uppoiut to snch
oiiice for the unexpired term,'! and in lieu
thereof insert "an appoi- tmeut to fill such
vacancy for the unexpind term shall be
tjiade as may be prescribed by lav."
f Amend sections one and seven of the fi th
article, by striking out the words "commis
sioners of the several counties" where thv
occur iu said sections, and in lieu thereof in
serting the words, "county authoriiies es
tablished and authorized by law."
; Strike out section four of the fifth article,
relating to taxation to pay the Sute debtand
! Amend section six of the fifth article by
inserting alter the word" "instrument" iii
said section the words "or any other per
i Insert the word "and" before the word
"surveyoi" in section one of the 7th article,
aud strike out the words "and live commis
sioners" in said section; a'so add to ?-aid
section the following: 'The General As -sembly
shall provide for a systetn'uf cuiii'tv
government for the several counties of the
Amend section two of the seventh article,
by striking out ithe word "commissioners'
'and iu ijeu thereof inserting the words
county authorities established and authorized
1. .. 1 'i .. J : -. .1
ov iau; aim 111 inesaitie Section strike out
the words,' "the Register of Deeds shall be
f.v officio clerk or,the board of commission
ers" 1 .
Strike out section three of the seventh ar
ticle, and in lieu thereof insert, the following ;
"The county authorities established and att
tho ized by law shall see that the respective
counties are divided into a suitably number
of sub-divisions, as compact and convenient
in shape as possible, and 1101 ked out ly de
finite boundaries, which may be altered when
necessary. Said sub divisions shall be known
by the name of precincts. They shall have
no corporate powers. The township gov
eruments are abolished. The boundaries of
the pr. cinets shall be the same which here
tofore dvfined the townships until they shall
Strike out sections four, five, six, ten and
eleven of the seventh article, which relate to
the township system.
Amend sections eight and nine of the
seventh article, by sinking out the words "or
townships" where they occur hi said sections.
. Strike out section three of the uinth article
and in lieu thereof insert the t'ollowiug : "The
General Assembly-shall make suhable pro
vision bv law for the management and regu
lation of the public schools, and for perfect
ing the system of free public instruction."
Strike out Section five of the uinth article,
and in lieu thereof, insert the following:
'The General Assembly-shall have power to
provide for the election of Trustees of the
University of North Carolina, in whom,
chosen, shall be vested al! the privileges,
r'ghts, fraudiises and endowments heieto
fore iu any wise granted to, or conferred up
on, the BoariTof Trustees of said Universi
ty; and the General Assembly may make
such provisions, laws an i regulations, from
time to time, as may be uecessary and ex
pedient, for the maintenance and manage
ment of said University.!'
1 Strike out section thirteen, fourteen and
fifteen of the ninth article, relatiug to the
University of No th Caroliua. Amend sec
tion ten of the eleventh article bv striking
out the words "at the charge of tile State."
ami in lieu thereof, insert the words "bv the
?iar.e; auu tnose wr.o do not owu property !
exemption prescribed in this Constitution, or j
being minors, whose parents do not owu '
property over and above the same, sludl be
tared for & the charge of the State.
I Alter section seveu of the fourteenth ar
iicle so that said, section shall read as fol
follows: "No person wlnrshall hold any of
fice or place of trnst or profit under the United
States, or any department thereof, or under
limy other State or government, shall hold or
jj?xereise any other office or place of trust or
profit under the authority of this State, or be
eligible to a seat in either house of the
General Assembly ; Prodded, That nothing
hereiu contained t-hall extend to officers in
jthe militia. Justice of the Peace, Commis
sioners tor Special Purposes.'
I Ad A another sectionto the fourth eenth ar
ticle to be styled "seetion 8." and to read as
follows : "County officers, justices of the
peace and other officers whose offices are
abolished or changed in auy way bv th al.
iteration of the constitution, shall cw tin tie to
exercise their functions until any provision
necessary to be made by law in order to give
iuii euet-i 10 me alterations, so far as relates
to said officers shall have been made."
Re-untnier the sections in those artides
from which .an section has been stricken
without the, insertion of another in its stead
and give to any new section that number
which by this method would have been given
to the section for which it is substited, and
the alteration shall be embodied into the
constitution, and the several sections num
bered consecutively, -'
AllE CONSTANTLY ADDING
uicuis, Jiacjimes. t ontnvanciert, Jtc.. ccc, for
the convenience anl facility of Fatuicrs,
. JJIJIV -
Cly ... .., 1 i-ioiH, iiivi- soul 1 (Tks, i airt
arnage Jiuiklers'ies, the i.,st Wrongi.: iron pin toiK-r
Coopers, w'-,f,":"t to'ivi - salUfaition. Th
Butchers, " "
Cooks, &c, &c.
T ,. f . ,
In tact, tew nersons unarm. n,..l th
our Cf.tauIisr.nuTt rr .m ,1.,. ;
, v ululu nini'
...,-1 J. J.:i ' S'T l. .?.!
. X ililalSf
HAS taken the room recently occupied by Overman. Ho!ni-s A: Co., iu Murphv,. (Jraniu-
Uow, and oiK-ucd a "
PRODUCE COrVmiiSSSOn BUSINESS.
He solicits casl, order, from abrod. Produce lx.n -ht and on very -h.n
notice, liespccttulh- refers to bui,:c-s en of the citv '
1 caMi puici ior ail leaning articles oi
BURKE I COFFIN.
(f At the Sirn of the lied Flag,
MERONEY'S OLD STAND,
MAIN" Mi; KIT
SALISBURY, N. 0.
J. K. Bt'RKE.
J. M. COKFIX.
riv- r ..,.1 . .. 11
licted. Auction saTei. evc-rv Mnninv':,,,.!
Oh! Yes Oli! YesOh! Yes!
Ila vn fallen hack to a le tter jm-ition ind
heen reinforced hy furminsja cosii-tnerphii with
Jxo. M: Coffix, who h.-.s hcen hm- ami favor
ably known in the Mercantile eommtiiihv,
1 would resiK-ct fully return my tluinks to the
puliliJ generally, ami solicit a continuance of
their patronage to the new Firm ; with tltL- as
surance that we will do all we can to satisfy ull
who may have anything to sell or bnv.
J. K. UVKKK.
N. B. I will continue to attend to the Fell
ing of any kind of property in the counti-v, fur
Administrator and other when notified in tisnc
tf:18- J. IC BriiKK, Auctioneer.
HAVING qunlifieil as Executrix of the lat
Will and Testa ment of Jane ll. Murphy
deed, notice is hereby given to all persons in
debted to the estate of JjineE. Murphy to make
immediate payment. All person having claims
against aid estate arehereby notified to present
the same to me on or before the 14th ilav of
February, 1873. or this notice will be pk-ad in
bar of their recovery,
SUSAN W. MURI'IIY,
Sahsbnry, Feb 1 i, 1872. Executrix.
RETURNS HIS' THANK'S to his OLD
j FUlESlHi and the Public for the liberal
atroiiape lieri-tofor extended to him. He now
informs them that ht .has Fitted up a new ai.d
Shop, in Dr. Henderson's Srick
Buildingr, Iloora TJo. 2,
where he would b pleased to seethi-m. lie
guarantees to give satisfaction in evei case.
He has in his emploj- of the bct Hair 'Dressers
iu Western North Caroliua. lie requests a call
Salisbury, X. C, Dec. 17, lHf.9 r.O tf
State of North Carolina,'
Superior Cour(, Spring Ttrm, 1S72.
Marshall T. Bell as Assignee of William Griffin,
Bankrupt, agabut George C. Mcll4nry and
Daniel B. Welch, defendants. '
IT appearing to the satisfaction of trie Court on
affidavit filed, that die defendant George 0. Mc
Henry is not a resident of the State of No, th
It is therefore ordered and ndjudg-d that pul
lication be mude in the Carolina Ui:nhnin a
newspaper published in the Town of fjali.-htiry,
Nnrth Carolina, for tix weeks, nolifyln tlie de
fendant, George C. Mcllenry that "a Summons
ha been issued in the above action agninst him
in which he is notified that a complaint vviil be
filed in this action at the next term of Iredell
Supeiior Court, on the second Monday after the
third Monday in August, A. D. I S72, within the
first three days of the Term, and unless the de
fendant, George C. Mcllenry nnswer the same
within the time prescribed by law, the phuntiu
will ask for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Witness C. L. Summer, Clerk of our
said Court at office, in States.ille. this 29th day
of April, 1872. - C. L. SUM M EIIS, C S C.
6w33.pr fee $8 of Iredell county.
ALL KINDS of COURT AND3IA
GISTEATES BLANKS at this office
t.' a (.r1 .1 v
Salisbury, A C,
! ranee of wuia ............. 1
to meet, nor
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f V 'i f a 1 t 4. . 1 .. .1.
1 Tltttl .1 !i t f '
our gorirj for the purjM;-es IV. r vhieh thev
are made. Nor can v,e derilK? then in an
advertisement. Tlicvniibt Ih'm-d. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a btcjin
engine; from : p,n to a tra cutUT unv
tla;i;r alwo-.; everv thirir. They hac--A
IT LL STOCK alv:ivxou h.u.d of evcrr
variety of Nails. Iron. Si. el. Woes, Grain Cra
dies. Scvilim !Otl 1 .. .1 !. . . i
, , .-,1.,,, jric"tTl.
, - .... ....ii iikiii uiivi aiL-Kuiitin. iiiomt
son s I'iows and Sultiiern.
; ilX SIIKJ.LKUS,
, , STUAW CUTTKI.'S,
;nn, a tfior.and other thins;-' vt.u nted. Stnd
in .,.r ,.,1,.,. . - , . 1 ." V
Kili.ury, N! C
BOOK m STORE.
A I.EM ALMANACS
A' tl:,' H.K.k St n-i .
fS.I.MS A.I IIYilXS.
J I TiiKTiAX I!..o!;s Y- J,,.
IlMOl. llOtlXS. i.
A: t;..- P-
FX fu ! any hiv.z i'i lli, w .y ( ; j:..,.. ::v t
Si n' :o:.vv. ( :i" hi- I
f :-;;o:t i...tu o n:,.:
A t 1 I'.m.'; Si .!.
on ."t-ii-i i.ublt- ii-; 11;
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v" A i. iX I'LYI K!.V
.1. A. CLOD FELT hi I A: CO.
.'jti ,i Hj'ir!i:rtrs n: I ,- tUn in l'u ru i tttrr, j
Jfi Jnvitk attention tu tliolr,
nr ttorli. of Cot t Hire I5:itlsto:uls,
cil CVmr.nHT L-uit r n-m-li
Suit, NYainr.t amh painted C;.i;c .f.tt Chairs
..... M.tll.- .. fl.I in I i J'l i' l.l-, i. I l U. tl'ii
f, i. .. ,.,:i-. ..(',.' .i ;.. i-.i .. ...
iii .!: ii,i. I oi n. l iic-vi liiuoi.S, l.li-L..;u!j
-ol i--. l!i-ci 'iii ii l:;;;r- i.i ii Pa, io
Window Shades, a ....v.-i. y f,;r ou.jd,..,..
icss.leauty. cheajmess and dur.ibihty. AU.
m i:! ' i ii !cr art uiti !,!! we .-.re
si l! a - ( hi-i.p it c 1,-ajn-r tkan a: y ltou.-rin the
wi-ieiu ji.irt cl the Mate
' -1 .
fc A full assortment of Po-ewond. Mc.'ilip
fi ll Walnut lhiri.il ( is, wl.irh can he tur -
ni -!ii-d j:l :S hours notic
l!i. . ,r.. in ...i'i ,ri,- ....,....;!.. ,i... f ..;..
Hot, : ,l....r - I-.,, ..;r.,... .....
i-lir 1: anil hearmir on. ,
Sp-'fiul outers (lunli I'.um pholo-.Ti-h in
..1- ' III...;, ' f
our I'liiii f oe Mi-piieii
a p.-: ..'..'in
$4000 io S6GG0
I "WILL beiii'i nt IV o'clock on Sutu dar,
T-Say the 3th, utt!;- Anctjon Hcu-eol
IIUliKt-; &. CUTFIN, tos. at paUiie sale, the
STOCK or GOODS
lately lu-Iorinp to John W. I',jttinr. bnr.krupt
rhif. Stock coii-i-t- ol ( i-n.-r;i!. assort ,:i-M
of ilerchat.diM', such as u unliy fonml ir any
First Class Sti-ue. Salvs to continue every
Saturday till tho whole Stock is closed out.
Mercliant-i and Traders are respect fully invi
ted a-id rcj'ipstcil to attend the?e iles.
Terras will be stated at the time of i-ale.
J. K. IH'I'KF;,
A?:rne f J. V. r.irn.NG.
Salifbiiry. April li, 1-72. :tl:,l :
G( BESTLiN THE WORLD. T
4 .Najnrrnp ..,-ftW R
EM0 ECU A CUrSLM C (CCNN
ITew York Office, 27 BEEZMAH BZ
April 26, 1872 32:1 y
Marriage Certificates for sale here.
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NT LIGHTNING SAW
'Supsr Extra Spring Steel, Warranted Refined.
EBBN MOODY BOYXTTON
Kuv. 27, 1666: Jny 23, 137 ; Jan. U, H, 1SCS; July 27, lH3
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Although S.'.OO ch-ilh i.;r for csjxntc of t(t has Lrcn ndtrrtird in mill writ
of itjrrs, ami a -jrartd on each suc, tto ojc las tttr HAKKI)
to jiuldicly ftt the matter, NO other natc has dmUe-
imuted teeth, f ONSTRUCTIID TO CVT
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B The cuJing if all tingle jsoihtul UdU are ryual, ad these 21
arc tluulAc, with direct action, eucl, and slant (VHcntlal Uttcten ioitts tf
31. If one jcit)l ff Zl teas set one ray aud one the other,
the slant tcould ride and lift out the txh.
When the hardware trade do not ell,
reqoirtd A six foot cro?8 cut and a
4n receipt of $Gf or $1 per foot. One
Not One Failed in 20,000.
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n prn t s wanted, and ik roremnsent l'
biiik aw-bLde w ill tr tcui to vy ad
man taws 1 2t j-cr foot.
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