l! '! ' '
!-! - 'I IsTars. !..:
Miiuderfut result Iteoorted. At thd
I ipt 'meeting. of tie Royal Aitronomica
faciei v in London. Dr. Uarffins, tlie eml
i in f ijct rof coplsf , made an exiraorainarw
P"" " 9
BoxfO&f Of TB Six. -Exploration g
cf lh cjptf fttreful kind. bare established
tb Met that bills, dales, ratines and
mountains? characterise the j bottoms of
oceans and: seas. v Five xaUes, perpendic
ular depth, prore there most be some ex-
eea ire .wonucnui. ."'"t I -" -r 1 r' ---- .
' ... ii... 'Hi.lifJ tlift retroseoDe to the to te no waste piaees oauie eiooe, since
light star Sirios, Ihougb jbis instrtunenf animal and vegetable lives are everywhere
;i Vans were not then sufficient to reni fitted precise! to those obscure localities
.it i.im unite certain as tr the result. where they ftn found. On the higher
Hi ill he was able to announce with some, peak of the Andes, the Cordilleras. Mount
' i 11 .t ci : ; i. J rkonnn np (Iid lnflv ronirsi tf Ifirlia:
ft 1. ' M 1 I llliL fM,rl TM.. tarui'a s1va.
i at a rate exceeding twenty - mueirper iut; .ipvUu, . v. w7
4,1,3. In order that he inigbt extend ted from profound depths in. primitive?
.be method to other stars, the Royal So- seas, on the mud and debris of a vastly
t ity placed at his disposal a fine tele remote periid, to their present position.
niteeti lncues in .aDerwre. uu i . t
1 1 L
,ecialydantfcd to gather as much light are chronological evidence of the uughty
(iJpoHiblewitli tlwtipertnre. . revolutions liwjugb which th) earth ha
Suitable spcctrocopuj4ppliances were passed. I ho remains of curipus things
,. -ni rnvi,f.A f.,r tlm delicate work Dr. in art, the fabricaticn of human hand?,
1 T . 1 a. I m.-m aF UmK m til VAcUt Im nwnhntnrt
tifrdPinf-wita to mulertaite. ll was , urn i wauj "'-w vuitVU.u
. i', . - . . .i .t 1 tri.i , t, T:rt4
ht: winter, savs the SDCCWTor. mat me i mnueucui uwc, uij uD ufc w
:almmi,l will H'ldV Inr WfcrK 1 DQI II- IBB uuru W UO iuiicb u.c xhw
Hiruuuiviii " " - " - w n I - . : . . lf t
i i. ii - i , v....:J tUa I Ibvci at futiirn bpab . a murinn nhfild rfi
Wonderful news from the Stars with its J inspected1 traveler, who in their m
idi IIs finds that many of the stars are vetigations wonder how they came there;
i i. r tr.t . .1. Ji 1
aytiiing tar more ewmiy man uau uccu
at the end of;
Assembly maj reduce or In
crease the number of Districts to take effect
rh iudicial term
section thirteen of the fourth
rtinnosed. Arcturua, for instance, ii trav
ling toward us at the rate oftome fifty
i tiles per tccond,' jand as his thwart mo
tloii is fully as! great, (for tbi star's dis
tliince has been estimated.) the actual
It is worthy of special notice that all
the Grant speaker sent to North Caroli
na are office-holders. ? They go to plead
for a continuation of their bread and but-
ter. not to discnfcs great questions as in-
olbcity with which be is Bpeeduiff through tellieent freemen would do, before their
J pace cann6t be less than seventy miles countrymen. Secretary Boutwell heads
eij second. .Other stars are moving with the list, and from that point the speakers
4rresporfcling velocities, , ( ruu down the whole list of political peri
li Hut amidst the taolions'thus detected, gioners. With such leaders $200,000 ab
l)r. lluggins has traced the signs of Uw. gtracted from the United States Treasury,
First, be jean trace a tendency among the Grant hopes to carry North Carolina! fti
tars inone part of the heavens to approach August and also in November. Bui that
the earth, while the stars in the opposite scheme will be thoroughly riddled by
Lart of the heavens are receding from us, Thormati, Stockton, Doolittle; Schurz
itiiid the stars which are approaching lie ani other men of that stamp, and the
on that side of lbe( heavens towards wmcn state earned for the Domocratic (Jonser
AiticUiwhieh fixes the present . judicial djs-
j Amend section fuurteeu of the . fourth ar
ticle by striking out all after th';-jro?d
'4ojEee,, and inserting, in lien of the part so
stricken oulJ the following : "The General
Assembly shall prescribe a proper system ut
rotation for the judge may ride the same dis
trict twioe iu succession, and the judges may
also exchange districts with each other, as
may be provided by law ;
. ttrik outi section fitteeu tf the fourth ar
ticle, and insert in lieu thereof, the follow
iatri The. General Assembly shall have no
power to depive theiodieial department of
any power or junsoicuon wuicu Hjuumii
Eertains to it as a coordinate department;
lit the General Assembly shall allot and
distribute tfjk.t portion of this power and ju
risdiction. fhich does not pertain to the Su
preme Court, amone the other court pre
scribed iu this constitution or which may be
efttablihtHl ! br bitr. iu such manner as it
uiav deem best, provide also a proper u stem
of appeals and regulate by law when
necessary the methods of proceeding, in the
exercise of Itheir powers, of all the courts
below the Stipreme Court, so far as the same;
may be done without conflict, with other pro
visions of this constitution."
Strike jout sections sixteen, seven
teen, nineteen, twenty-five aud thirty-three
of the fourth article.
: Amend Section twenty-six of the fourth
ajrticle by striking out all that part which be
gins with, jand follows the word "but" in
said section, and. in lien of the part so
stricken out, inserting the following :
'The judicial officers and the clerks of any
courts which may be establish d by law.
shall be chosen by the vote of the Qualified
e! ectors, and for such term as maybe pre
scribed byi law., The voters of each pre
cinct, established as is elsewhere provided
for in this constitution, shall elect two jus
tices ot the peace for such term as may be
fixed by law, whose jurisdiction shail extend
throughout their respective counties. The
General Assembly may provide for the elec
tionof more than two instices of the peace
llerftchel lonor since Uuehtus that the sun vative ticket bv a handsome maioritvi-si-uLthoseJpreeincts which contain cities or
t traveling. Bu there are stars j not North Carolina is ni yet prepared to scfj twbsor in w
Main Street, Salisbury, JV. C.
A HE CONSTANTLY ADDING
New, improved and valuable Tool, liuple-
uiruis, luruines, lonirivancies, etc., occ, lor
the convenience and facility of Farmers,
libevine this siuiple law: and among cent and wear meekly the office-holder's
these Dr. lluggins recognises instances of c ol!ar. PAtfa...4oet (
that community lot motton to which a
modern student ot me stars nas given toe como Af AnP T.;bir1 n0nM!,.an nnppa
name of star-drift. It happens, indeed, havc deprecated the nomination of Gree
that one of the most remarkable of these , and BrQWn b the Oohvcn
inslances relates (to five welUkoown to tbn Th are afraid ijji hurt the
astronomers as Ueta, Uamma, ueita, -Amoiit with ib mnnlo n'Uv
Lpsillomind Zeta, of the Great Bear, all tbe convention to recommend but not to
of which are drifting bodily through space, nominate the liberal condidates. AU of
nd receding from the earth at the rate of which wouJd be yeryige and proper if
ahoiU thirty miles per second, our people were all fools. 13nt as stupid
This result at once illustrates Jhe in- Jt not our natjonal characteristic we
ttresting nature of Dr. Duggius s dis- int hnw i!ii-mk.liift wnnlH
j)verie, anoV affords promise of future Evey body know0 that a reC0mmenda-
ivclations even more interesting.
tion under the circumstances is equivalent
to a nomination : only it lacks the hetOic
CII APTEtt ON LOVE. element cf courage. If there is anything
True love is grounded on esteem.- r We. QefP,8r 1 18 5 wo.ce, oeat.ng
Jitic ingham j
ing iust what is meant and what
about the bush when afraid to go bravely
-i .it, i I . r '
If f U oil. truth ia still better, and luro"6u Pning irom nonesuy say
" f -7 W
ove best of all. Thackeray. -
Love mclittle, love me long. Mar-
j body with brains knows.-.
Love seldom haunts the
learning lies. Pope.
Bennett and Living stone The
press of the country la properly compli
Hate makes us vehement partisans, but! meuting the enterprise of the Herald in
i -i.. .;tt : ritV I l; J:.:-Z .1 : .
love bum more, so. yccwic. eeiiuing an epeutuwu inio uio inierioroi
In love we are all fools alike. Gay. Africa to discover Dr Livingstone. The
Iaivc, one time, loveth burdens ; anoth- New Yorkr Commercial Advertiser says
-r time, giveth wings. Sir P: bydney. that the credit of this bold enterprise is
j Love is the virtue of women. Dude- due entirely to Mr. James Gorden Ben-
runt. nett, Jr., aud that it is the first of several
In love, the deceit generally outstrips startling movements wjiich he intends to
(he distrust. Rochefoucauld- inaugurate soon. The youug trrau, it
Love is an affair of credulity. Ovid. H would seem, don't mean to be behind hia
Lqvc at two-and-twenty is a terribly father in every undertaking that will add
intoxicating ''draught,. LufKni.
AVhcro love dwells is paradise. Rkh-
Love is precisely to the moral nature
what the sun s to the earth. lialzac.
Words of love are --work-ofMovc j
Algcn . -
) -' Ijove" as 1f you should hereafter hate,
and hate as if you should hereafter love.
When we love we live. Congreve.
Gold does not satisfy love; it must be
paid in its own c m. 2lf aoame pemgy.
to the greatness of journalism.
Passed in the House of Representatives
January 17, 1872.
AN ACT to alter he Constitution of North
The General Aosembly of North Carolina do
enact (Uiree-niths of alt the members of each
That the Constitution of this State be altered
as follows, to wit
Amend section six, of the first article, by
Btrikinc out the first clause thereof, down ttiiind
2 l l 1 ! .1 ; 1 lk I - 1 . I i . :i
iiiuiuumg me woru -oui; iuis ueing iue clause
hich other speeial reasons ren
der it expedient. The chief magistrates or
cities and incorporated towns shall have
the! udicial powers of justices of the peace.
Amend section thirty of the fourth article
byetukiug out the word "township' and
fijsertinff, in lieu thereof, the word pre
cincts also in the last sentence of the same
section, strike out Jhe words -the commis
sioners of the county may appoint to such
olHcti for the unexpired term, " and in lieu
hereof insert "an appointment to nil such
vacancy tor trie unexpired term sutu be
made as ipay le prescribed by law."
Amend sections one and. seven of the h th
article, by strikiuc: out the words "commis
sioners of the several counties" where they
occur in said sections, and in lieu thereof in
serting the words, "county authoriiies es-
abhshed and authorized by law."
IStrikeiout section four of the fifth article.
relating to taxation to pay the State debt and
j Amend section six of the fifth article by
nsertiug after the word "iustrumeut" in
Stiid section the words "or any other per
I Insert the word "and before the word
Surveyor in section one of the 7th article
and strike out the words "and five commis
4 . i . i .
stoners" in saiu sectiou; a;so aoii to saiu
Section the lollowiue: ' The General As
feembly shall provide for a system of'ooui.-ty
government tor the several counties ot the
I Amend section two of the seventh article
fey striking out the word ''commissioners
and in lieu thereof inserting the word
county authorities established and authorized
by law; and in the same section strike ou
Jhe words, "the liet'ister of Deeds shall be
(ex officio clerk of-the board of commission
; f Strike out section three of the seventh ar
ticle. and in lieu thereof insert the following
"The county authorities established and au
tho;ized by law shall see that the respective
counties are divided into a suitable number
of sub-divisions, as compact and couveuient
m snaiw as possible, ana marKeu out Ly de
range of wants we are prepared to meet, nor
of the exact and beautiful adaptability of
pur grMMis lor the purposes tor which they
are made. Nor can we dex-rUn; them in an
advertisement. They mut le seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a steam
engine; from a pin to a strawcutter any
thingalmost every thing. They have
A FULL STOCK always on hand of every
variety of Nail. Iron. 8t cel. Hoe. Grain Cra
dles, Scvthe, 100 iKizen Axe at low price.
Won. l'uitol. K riven and rorka. rairbankn
Carriage BuilUCrS, i Scales, the bct Wrought Iron I'lows tobe found.
( OOTIPFS warmni mem logive saiwiacuon. i nom
on'8 Plow and SubHoUers.
In fact, few persons unacquainted with ' n your orders or cotne and bur.
our establishment, are aware of the wide1 I3:tf Salisbury N
i r t w -, -it- - - m i
f I, ii wrir ifc i i -iff
r" ---.WW W
PATENT LIGHTNING SAW"
: Super Extra; Spring Steely Warranted Eeflnei
EBEN MOODY BOYNTO
Nov. 27, 1866: Julje3, 16C7; Jan. 14, II, ISG8; Jnlj 27, 1869.
ft, - , i -iiirlrj-!
i i m jmr i a 1 1 r i
r i' v -r , - - ,. r .
:J-r iiiLlUJL, H 1 & I' aicof w-Vtll 4a,,m of IV.. .1-,.- -1, '
,ii?vJ!lrC 1 StcanrbelMrftUttUyi,iUbtl LUC,
lff I Mill ' IVUfi? - i 4iwcUMwfar Bhr.Mf.i.
C ft f, J nil iJJ 1 lajr4. Kt Bt It trtr tUHB4
Not One Failed In 20,000.
TU Wtw Year i.d.iULlOUrXI5C KAWa
u.irerMtlT .cWB.-W3,4 W le.l U Jrr
ca aaatket- N 3BBfKicrTr 0f Kaw k
darea to ; r amWkij ltitu Acr.
wan lstitt.rtWrl.aaaur, Umm.
rUmiy of Ut lata ia9r4 Saa. gL
ehanenp lor trprMn f fUic cIm u 1v.
grated U aav.
TW tarice lartva t.f (e Vitftlan Vti ron
felled leaw f N. K) Crekmaa rn. aa4 ar-ranrt-uirau
f.r U.e waaaLLarrir tL .... .
L1.UTMX(J OoNtiu wr Btata. aj4 Lvl
-it CJSJSrSnL . tltia nv.lmri kMW ftLaa in! If t -ttt
i r. -a t r-. ,?.! . . . i -. .:. - , m
. , -,.'.t-wJ' ' t laaenea i oro-r. tMceealatfeaaet f Sk
pac. eNjttr r. cplaial ltftf.
kaa Wa reere4. TW LlfWtair Kaa a
Muallv aatrf a J l.miiali, j.
r hard waod.but aoft timber rnirea it to be Mt wider. LigLtaiag haa are all aet a4 aiarreaeS rt4
tor nse vuen kdi oat; are two frnarto tbinaeroa t ack.
Nb Tpb, AMBBtc. IsrriTrri Fib EriLi.Xav. 4. im.
E. M Botktok. 80 Beekiaaa Ft., New York Sir: Tki re.t.fiea kat 1 nw lie Lifktaiar fit
Saw, worked bj Land, by two men od aw cut ofi aoBBd 8x9iBtk rlrllrc laS 14 aetoada; aid
16 eau of Mme. rontlnuonaly. ia two to in ate and 18 aeroada. or at tLe rale of a ccri of woe-4 la W
than nine Ini no tea. I am aattafied thai for all poqie of eroao-ettlac Uife a4 raaall lim.Ur. jaar
croaa-tnt and wood aawa bare bo rival in epred. la ete aod la s!nllcfty.
I believe their nniTeiKa! ate mould aare a at amonht ofBtOBCjaad tiwe, 4 tifVtew lie Ui!
nilUona ot ocn. J. W. Pl.aKH
Fuper1ntadrataad flnffnr.-Amerrm Iruttate Fair.
N . U. Theae extreme Utaare q acted merelj to prore hat aJLoald ke okvkxa Utt dlirct ra!t:(
ia better tlian tie old Y frictit b pro-e oed kj all otker aawa.
Honest kardware men will procure the reanine for their eaataaaera, area tf tkej Brt Becratacked ahk
ibferlor paodn. but wbere lb"j do Bot keep tbeaa, arU are waated.
N B. Milliona of axeiaie imd for euUing wood: a I.ig ktatar Ooa ril aar. eltker fcf oae via er
for two. will rat fire tinea a faat a aa axe. Whj Bot Uj tLem 1 Alva, LlgktBlrg Ire r-aa. 4taS Wt
long, aaitabte for general ue.
8ee that it name and arrant are on eark mw.
K. M. BOYXTOX.Solerropr.etorandMaBBfketBrer. KewYcuk.
w" . a . . m
u a tanen tne room recently occupied by Overman, Holmes & Co., in Murnhy'a Granite
- x W " w
liow, ana openea a
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
SSF'He solicits cash orders from ahrod. Produce bought and shinm-d on very fchort
notice. Respectfully refers to business en of the city.
gST'Cash-paid for all leading articles of country Produce. ll:tf
(CT At the Sign of the Bed Flag,
MERONEY'S OLD STAiM),
SALISBURY, N. C.
J. K. BURKE.
J. M. COFFIN.
Ordern and consIgnmenUi rwpect fully vo
1 ic ted. ff" Auction kalw every Saturday and
Oh! Yes Oh! Yes Oh ! Yes! j
Ilaving fallen back to a better position aod '
been reinforced by forming a copartnership with i
Jno. M. Coffix, who has been long and favor- S
ably known in the Mercantile community,
I would rcHjHvt fully return my thanks to the :
public generally, and aolicit a continuance of 1
-j i t 1 1 ! intii X'rtu vn.it iv assTT new a II its , Willi lilt;
muie uuuuuaneB, uicu uiay uea re wnen gurance that we wi do al, wc ta to wlUf M j
npMsarv. Saul stih-ni vismnt Khxll lw. Irni,a'i ? .i , i . n l
j - wno may nave anvininc to sen or out
- f O m
At the Book Streo
13 S ALMS AND UYMNS.
1- At the Ifcwk Store
I UTDEHAN Bookj of Worship.
a. At the ltooa btore
SIIOOL DOOKS, large yorietr.
At the Hook Store.
I N fact any thing in the way of Books and
Statioiu-ry, can lo had at ahort notk-e and
on reasonable tcrniti.
At the Book Store.
SPECIAL order will receive prompt atten
tion Send in your i-nlerg.
Jan. 21. 1-7-2. l'Jitf
' ' ' '.C:--rrs yr?;". -r-jr " I
E. U. Boybtoo Liaauiac m cut fc-. ti.ar wwd 1 1-ra at Tlautr. aaa aa
iilf iluwn trm. I'ottiplrtc. ifl- lor u. I rii . b l (vr iuttr rl l.atcrt aaW Ut aaWt.
Million of Axttarr ia a Lnr. ty on.( tii haa, Lall l La tibt kl4 C aata, a4 a at 4
futl occur. w
Sh0 that is loved 1s safe. Jeremy Tay. riat;ng to the State debt.'
How shall I db to love t Believe. How
ahall I do to hclieve ? LoveJ Leighton. j
Love is au egotism of two. A de La
I couljl not love tlieo, dear, so much,
love I I not honor more. Lovelace.
, Wish chastely and love dearly. Shaks-
Love saciificcs all things to bless the
thing it loves Bulwar Lyttott.
D EATlt of a Follower of the! First
NAJ'OLEOX.-Dr. Joseph FicherL who
Amend section two of the second article bv
striking out the word " annually," and inserting
in lieu thereof, the word " biennially ;'f being
in reference to the sessions of the GeneralfAs-
Amend section five of the second article, by
striking out alLthar precedes .the words, " the
said Senate districts," and by 'striking out the
phrase " as aforesaid or " in said 'section $ the
parU so atricken out having reference to the
State census. j j
Add a new section to the second article to be
styled " section 30," and to read as follow:
ttThe members of the general Assembly shall
each receive three hundred dollarauas a com
pensation for their services during their term,
subject to such regulations in regard to time of
died suddenly in this city last week in the Pjrnent and reduction for non-attendance as
79th year t hia agewas7 the father-in-1 m? f rew;rihed bT law ; but theyi may have
liw of Paiil Kottprlinna Fan editor nt wuen iney are canea
1 Z A ffl Kt7;erlmU;' eltf5 0f together in special session, and mileage shall be
the htaats! Gazette, and was the I oldest ten cents per mile for each session." i 1
member of the first German Lodtre of Amend section one of , the third i article bv
Odd -FelldwB -instituted in the United trikinS the words " fqurears." where thev
occur nrst in said seetion,-;and inserting, in; lieu
States, flerman Lodge, No. 7, of Pennsyl
vania, and was also, one of the few eur
vising followers of the great Napoleon,
hajring been attached to a cavalry crops
of jhe French army sixty years ao in
capacity veterinary surgeon, which pro
trm ion he followed to the day of his death.
1 r. I ichrer had been a resident of Rich-
thereof, the words " two years," being in refer
ence to tne terms or executive officers. ?
Strike out the words 44 Superintendent of Pub
lic Works," wherever they occur in the Consti
tution, thus abolishing that efSce. I
Amend section eix of the third article, by
striking out the word "annually." and in-
sertiug, id neu tnereoi. the word "biennial
i a J .a
fc i A i.i ' . . , ijr. avttsw cuuiuruiw iue provisions re-
Jiond ouly about a year having ; removed spectiDg the sessiopsof the General aL -lu-re
from Philadelphia, but he had made bly. .'
many warm fneiids, and was generally
beloved and ref peeled. Richmond En
Strike out sections two and three of the
fourth article, being the provisions which re
fer to the appointment and duties o!f the
Coda Commissioners. ' i
Alter section four of the fourth article, so
ifwspiper. but few preserve them, yt uie
he most Intercatitig reading Imaginable acoortrth
()r,tXrwfPWQ Alter t
."V" r?t? that said section shall read as follows : Thi
ar of the State shall be vested in!
.a 1 -v ; 1 : . i-i. o
j ,i , . o. . wuiiwi m3 iiini vi imptracuuieillS, a OU-
...v.uuii newspapers. it brings j preme court, Superior courts, sbch inferior
up me very age, iwuh all Us bustle and courts as may be establishedby lav and
i very day afiairs, and marks its cenina courts of Justices of the PeacZ"i I
and its spirit more than the most labored i- Aiter section ight of the fourth! article,
dcScriDtion of the hiatonan. so that said section shall read as follows:
nuke a Daner. dated half imi.,. "The Supreme court ahairconsist of a Chief
...i.l . .S '.a a J ! -, . . "o IJUStlCe and two Assnj-iala .Tiiitco. P,M
IV IT liniir ilk aA T llAtlfrlir I hal I a 1 " w ww I VII
T ' T'?zr? l!'7". tU4" every i, That tb5g 8hall not aDnl; to r
I during their present teruj of office, tiuless
j by death, resignation, or otherwise, the num.
shall be reduced
by the name of precincts. They shall have
iijiu corporate powers. The township gov
ernments are abolished. The boundaries of
the pr cincts shall be the same which here
tofore d-fined the townships until they shall
Strike nut sections four, five, six, ten and
eleven of the seventh article, which relate to
the township system.
f Aineuu sections eigni ana nine oi tne
seventh article, by flriking outth words "or
tfiwaships" where they occur in said sections.
Strike out sectiou three of the uirith article,
amiinlieu thereof insert theiollowiug: 'The
General Assembly shall make suitable pro
vision by law for the management and regu
lation of the public schools, and for perfect
ing the system of fre public instruction."
Strike out section five of the ninth 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 Caroliua, in whom,
chosen, shall be vested all the privileges,
right, franchises and endowments hereto-
fore iu any wise granted to, or conferred up-
ojn. uie lioard ot l:ustees ot said Universi-
tjV; and the General Assembly may make
such provisions, laws and regulations, from
time to time, as may be necessary and ex
pedient for the maintenance aud manage
ment of said University."
Strike out section thirteen, fourteen and
fifteen of the ninth article, relating to the
University of Xoith Carolina. Amend sec
tion ten of the eleventh article by striking
fjmt the words "at the charge of the State."
Sjid in lieu thereof, insert the words "by the
ptate;i and those who doi not own property
exemption prescribed in this Constitution, or
beiugi minors, whose parents do not own
property over and abojve the same, shall be
pared for at the charge of the State.-
Alter sectiou seveu oi tne fourteenth; ar
ticle so that said section shall read as fol-
follows: 'Xo person who shall hold any of
jfice or place of trust or profit uuder the United
States, or any department thereof, or under
any other btate or-gttmment, snail hold or
exercise anyiether office or place of trnst Or
profit under th authority of this State, or be
eligible to a seat in either house of the
General Assembly ; Provided, That nothing
hereifa contained i-hall exteud to officers in
the militia, J ustice of the Peace, Commis-
iiuiut mere pnnica jjs now cut Upon
jotnbstooe at the head of aa epitaph.
i jit is easy to preserve newspapers, and 1 ber 0f A&sdeiate Justices
Ihey will well repay the trouble, for like to two."
t hkt of wine their value increases with Alter section twelve of ihe fourth article
iheh yeara, "i,1"" M1i c100 shall read as. follow ;
- , j -tneaute shall be divided into niue judi
' rfcevouiU an bv thenar nflL Ults, lor each of which ajudgOhal
r r.i I i t . BUOSen n eacu district a Superior
rw,: who cut the colored man ou the traiu courtahall be held at least twice il each
Ml IlniiJax last iNdaWan acconnt nf I vear. to antiaae for
- - 1 " ' " ; tllUV tu wcu vuuu-
which was puElisheh here, baa been bailed ty respectively as may be prescribed bi law,
by J udge Moore, in ' tho som of $1,500. ThetJeneral Assembly shall lay off sard dis-
yet the radical papers all say tbat the in- Jnc ,a tnat 1 the sai
juied mau i dead, when they know hat may be ehosen and begin their
La U kA, nearlv rr.nvnil TTt'I r "t general election tor mem
V v "w"?7 iMsrsot the General Assembly mhi
the General Assembly which shal
occur after the ratificatiou of this sectiou
J. K. BUKKC
N. B. I will continue to attend to the cell
ing of any kind of property in the country, for
Administrator and others when notified in time.
tf :18 J. K. BUBKK. Auctioneer.
I have analyzed the Whiskey knoirn
under the brand of 442? SELECT." con
trolled by Messrs. WALTER I).
It LAI It & Co., Richmond, Ya , and
find it Free from Fusil Oil, ami
and other impurities, and recommend its
use for medicinal and family purposes.
J. B. McCAW, M. I),
Late Prof, of Chemistry 31. College, Ya.
This brand is beyond ajl doubt a supe
rior article and can only be had genuine,
at T. J. Foster's, No. 3 Main st., nearly
opposite Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, N. C.
RETURNS UIS TEIAXKS to his OLD
, FRIENDS and the Public for the liberal
'patronage heretofore extended to h.im. He uow
informs them that he has fitted up a new and
Shop, in Dr. Henderson's Brick
Building, &oom I7o 2,
where he would be pleased to 6ee them. He
guarantee! to give satiisfaction in every ease.
He has in hia employ of the be-Hair Dressers
in "Western Xorth Carolina. He requests a call
Salisbury, N. C, Dec. 17, 1809. 50 tf
.!. A. CLODFELTER k CO.
yianfneirer anl Dtxiloai in Furniture,
Invite attention to their
ptock of Cottage Bcadsteatb,
ed CUamler Suits, trench
Suitn. Walnut and painted Cane Scat Chair
; Hot-king ('hairs of all description. Kxtennion
: Dining Tables taWw of all kim'.s Wardft.be,
j Hurt iiii. WuHlista'.it'.-, Wliut-Nots, llattu-i'se.
' Bofus. IJeerptit'n (.'Iiairh ai:d Parlor St-t. Ali,
: lJutit Window Shade-, a novelty for complete
Mieis, beauty. t-heapnea and d'irahility. Alo,
I many tithor article which we are prepared to
i hell as cheap or cheaper tkau any Houaeiu the
westeru part of the State
f ,1 l.a.antTM'i
A fall assortment of YSosewtHid, Metalic
snd.Walnut Hurial Cases, which cun be fur
nished at 3honr notice.
He sure to call, nearly opposite the Mansion
notel, nextdtwr below the Exprcsn otBce, cec
our stock and hearonr prices.
Special orders (made from photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
WORT 11 OF
sioners tor Special Purposes.
Ada another section to the fourtheenth ar
ticle i be styled "section 8." and to read as
follows ; 'Couuty officers, justices of the
peace and other officers whose offices are
abolished or chuuged iu any way by the al
leraxiou oi me consuimion, snail continue to
exercise tneir innciions untu any provisions
necessary to be made bylaw in order to give
full effect to the alterations, so far as relates
to said officers shall have been made.'
: Ke-nnmber the sections in those articles
from which an section has been stricken
without the insertion of another in its stead;
and give to any -new section that number
which byithis method ronld haTe been given
to the section for which- it is substited, aud
the alteration shall be embodied into the
constitution, and the Several sections num-
State of North Carolina,
Superior Court, Spring Term, 1872.
Marshall T, Bell as Assignee of William Griffin.
Bankrupt, against George C. Mclienry pnd
Daniel B. Welch, defendants.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court on
affidavit filed, that the defendant (ieorge C. Mc
lienry L not a resident "of the Slate of North
It i therefore ordered and adjudged that pub
lication be made in the Carolina nalchmun
newspaper published in the Town of Salisbury,
North Carolina, for six weeks, notifying the de
fendant, George C. Mclienry that a Summons
. . i . i i . - . i
naa oeen lseneu in me aooie acuon auis. nini ;
in which he U notified that a complaint wilt be
filed in thla action at the next term of Iredell
Su pel lor Court, on the second Monday after the
third Monday in August, A. D.1S72, within the
first three days of the lerra, and unless the de
fendant, George C. Mclienry answer the same
within the time prescribed by lav, the plaintifl
will ask for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Witness C. L. Summers, Clerk of our
ntU Court at office, ia Stateuille. thia 29th day
of April, 1872. C. L. SUMMERS, C 8 C,
6w33:pr fee $3 of Iredell county.
ALL KINDS of CO URT AN DMA
GISTJtATES' BLANKS at this office
WILL bejrin at '0 o'clock on Saturday,
JHZslV the 4th. at the Auction LIoumjoI
BURKE fc COFFIN, to bell at public sale, tbe
STOCK OP GOODS
lately belonging to John W. Bitting, bankrupt
This Stock consists of a general assortment
of MerchaLdise. such as is usually found in any
First Class Store. Silu to continue every
Saturday till the whole Block ia closed out.
Merchants and Traders are respectfully inri
i tod aud reqae.-ted to attend these Sales.
' Terms will be stated at the time of sale.
! J.K. BUKKK.
1 Assignee f J. W. lijmso.
i Salisbury. April 1. IfTl. 31:tl
W hy t c the Lilifuin? SaW f
rcaa the fjtevt U tb t lt'l. W sliSJ'1.1 .
A it t,u v. luii.c-c.l or n "it- iluliai to i t..v .abut lLat t ar tml rrp tal aw. a a tmg
BlUi bj aii'l rt ul an tni-rotr tl u t- Vtc twl a Cot-. 11 nlv 4,Sm1i; tj Vi h
tbat tutskilllul urn ulul to i..t u al) tm.il UU pit tlj. it r 41 aled .
TLtrae pMUt.l U-ciU miv ail uf jii J.u-. l aud t.u rtuiu.ik(; iraottt ad itUttct aa fal aa t.aa
There hnvp bn-n tnar r ieir- for c!-airr Uvlh. bat no (Krr raUat cattag lrtfc tut ntiia aUir i ti.t
tl.er art ttwii v I- "u u m ivotL u- it n ibtiiitt l it-l V. rut.ag tft il (, lo !-.
if lu? omiili- t-.l-fi he iioj4-. t-i ..u'! c.i.l Jut V - m,ia rM 4rtmm ul rt. a 4nt etlUc n4rirti
ia ut-ititutcl 1 lni'. I h'ji..i- luio i mii.i Laitlrr taoiriiaf (or a riilUtg aa. tat4o ; i
buj a xnr too! uf m ) ua t W i j t :.. t i m- u ii i li ip t l.ai-ii ) t ar tltM T Jv A aint.1
I) - tbes-e lJt !il ut'.t !. I'd I.C ra-i.l :i.i!,ai.v t t'ti ra :
1st. lotib e jiui!-ti. n illi N k a Nl r If iul Uu n lint uftudf (,( in! Killtoli
verged tut on .Uei h.-i--.
2nd. i Iue Hint U J tl-e o'. t r. ror h , i ,t, v t ,t td c lai ui.ly ill. cimc t C( . No ' '
to t.af out. ITotie point of U touib rt otic ay abd vu tL .tl-rT. ti. Uat at uld ni tt.4
lift out lLctootL.
3J. Cut at a tliirct oi opposite sn'.e to the o!J V two'L saw, beM-at all oa0at, ia a Ua ia-lri
Of a hairuw .
4rh. Ar at'l with aa oil 4oix aflr tiling trtb.
6th. These are the tiul v paWnt Uiicit t nUiA abJ rlrariox lerta Vaa a fcr rrsa twtt rf va rut
f4i4t r, easier tban anjr otUer. and air, with pn-xbt fuiaa, aa aiaa.c ta alaq-ta aa Um ttli tvtl k V
Tbi aw ooe seTeral grat adTantapr-s ovtt tl irirat V tta. w Lirk laa aitle ttt lirW
on. e.-tprct!!? in crua tut aw. Ihe ktrruptk. USa mi a ad .'araUlitjr iWta trt. s4 U.eir f-j
tor tleep gurumiDp are i-o,.Lvi'iu Vi at e a nl onij nifce f;aj Ucf poibta f taaiiB, h"
eaf. aioiplicity abderlrrt clt araor-.
Srk.n All ate aware tbat an oidmary hand aaw cata aaly oaa wry; 1. e. tie fcat tat is m
(pctive tban th back, or rttvating cot Them tevOi. wilk their apt cwUiar larea. catoaf ia !.
are equivolent to the front cut both of tie La ad aaw, ia diauactioa la tXa bcS nuW lie old V
aaw. Hence speed iictt iiab'e.
EaR or Cttting. It is'ea:erto plow a grore In timber tbaa to rfb c-weaaL TV aiIirataa tl
this principle is Tery perfect, all ti e U--lh being of een length, doable polatrd, cat witfc oataide teru
cal and projecting edges, and chsai luniuUa i et L'y w ilk tl e m t.
f mruciTY. Tins is obvion. all U e nt Uinjr like t.abdaaw trH. alt: tb eaaae Ira (lb. X
hooks, or thick raking uwth. to be aWrteDed; only one mill ale la rrqwired to kp tbtaa ia cirder. sd
they are rseasy tor the nnkilled laUtier ta Lnio at tic old tifbxtt d .
l'tarmt-rORaaaNca Continuously cattitf ard cleanag. tl r T ott'ag faceV at
rut, but clear, by iiftisg tie thte abota tL h jectii r btades. Me a -iow, w kick ia tU aat rfct
ay Ueir circolar we a- that two uoyi ton vrti ere. vy kiaa. cm on a iweiTw-iwca ajrawoie
wood) !: In eleht second, befor Major Ceneial Ucade iBOcUrr d:atiacaiId ae. a I JaJrril "
Square, l'bilat'elpbia. eeptemUr 1. W e also tele, a a prccf of lie te tkat prtwiu Mnaa-
eaorl. tk sawing, by band, of twentr-aix coitla of bard t-etck. n sp, elaa. ak. t.d birkory wd ia
eight hours (iocladiag lokt time) ia liickltan. fnck work, by t men, witb aae aaw oate.td
lheae.awa arc made sndkold by llr. E. M. CarnU.u. 80 IWkesn Veet. w Tork. and ai f-
tected by four ptenU. dated rpe-tire!y 27, IMCC Jaty Sa. Ibol, Jaaaary 14. IhfcS: Jaly r.. I--We
trnM that the fmreiitora of ao Ta!nb!e an improveiaebt. ia aa article of aacb ninTerl aeatU
aaw, will be able aajuy the ftuit of their laboia Ire from infringe ant er piracy of asy kiaJ.- ls
AOk, ArtlL, 7, 1570.
These Sates are unirersally conceded to Surpass all of7ers fir Crass cvhirg JimUr,
Altlwugh f 500 challenge for expense of Ust has Urn adttrtUed in mil lions
of jMipers, and engrated on each sate, no one Las eier DARED
to publicly test the matter, NO other sate has double--minted
teeth, CONSTRUCTED TO CUT
IN LINE SO AS TO CUT WITH
OUTSIDE OF M TOOTH
ONLY by direct action.
Si York OSav 27 BKHA2T EZ
April 26, 1872. 32:1 y
Marriage Certificates for sale here.
1. I!, The citing of all single pointed teeth art rywaO, end thce X t'k
are double, talk direct-action, spaced, and slant concealed let Kern points f
M. If one point cf M teas set one tray and cne the other,
the slant tcould ride and Vfl out the tooth.
When the hardware trade do not sell, agents wactfd, and ro fciTemmccl x"
hi required. A six foot cross cut and a brick taw-Mada wiU U scat to a
on receipt of $G, or II prr fool. Ouo mao iavt-11 2i per foot.