J'HE AMOUNT OF FOOD KEQUIR-1 THE LATE PRESIDENT JUAREZ,
. .. JS D. . -v . V ,-wvr. . I r;
IVreons usui little exercise require Eighteen years liare gone by on tbe
...imn fV.oti. Aa the wmers ot iisrut ana tusaow since ioe; wriv-
iniitjigiric is secreted in quantity com- er of these line first taw Benito Jnares.
iUrauratc with the wants of the system, It was in the sanctum of the Pmyune,
m not in proportion to the amount of where he liadtourteouslj called or) one ot
lUd taken, excess in eating not only jhe editors to borrow some of the Mcxi-
lj lvert the tomaclf burdened with a load can exchmges. 1 Jnarez wa then art
'Jf 'indigestible food, btt prevents the pro- exile in the city, and made his living by
per digestion of what is actually demand- manufacturing cigars. Gen. Montenegro.
I d Lythe system. There can be no his companion in misfortune, occupied at
doubt that excess in eating is the source that time with J narez in a miserably farnf
f most of the painful affections which cot ished room in an obscure off street from
short or embitter existence in man ; for the main thorough far, somewhere near
lie i the only animal wlro has not sense the Levee, in tire House o an talian.
wiio was one oinne uumirerspi -uouauu
Liberty - . ' ! . " ' - ) if
Before obtaining occupation as a tobac
conist, Jnarez, without being; acquainted
with the Lnsush language, was lit Such
' I . . ' .1 ! !.. ! M IlllltfWflM
riiougn 10 aicoutiuuc lauug diki nimgci
ils satisfied. We eat too much, too often,
i.nd two quickly Different occupations
inquire different quantities of food the
laboring man must eat more than! the
tudent. Those who ;do not live, by man
al hibor suffer raoft roni overeating;
The General ! Assembly may reduee orin-
erease the number of Districts to take effect
at the end of eaeh judicial term. ' -
Strikeout section thirteen of the fonrth
ai tide which! fixes the present judicial dig
tncts. Amend section fourjeeu of the fourth ar
ticle by striking out all after the word
of5ee,'i and inserting, in lieu of the part so
stricken out, the following: "The General
Assembly shall prescribe a proper system ot
rotation for the judge may ride the same dis
trict twice in succession, and the judges may
also exchange districts with each other, as
may be provided by law"
Strike out section fitteen of the fourth ar
ticle, and insert in lieu thereof, the follow
ing: The General Assembly shall have no
power to deprive tho judicial department of
any power or jurisdiction which rightfully
pertains to it as a coordinate department;
but the General Assembly! shall' allot and
distribute t Kt portion of this power aud ju
risdiction, which does not pertain to the Su
in.-Bt of such persons consume from three train
to fouT pounds per day, which is almost paire
twice, too nuich. ' The Itev. Sydney Fren
Jiniith who aid and ate eo many good friendanght during the previous night
things, according his own calculation: In this manner they made their living
destitution that lie was compelled to make preme cotirt; among the other courts pre-
his living by fulling on Lake Fojntcp.arj-
lin. His friend, Uen. Montenegro, ret
ired quite early every morning to the
rench Market and sojd the fish that his
established by law.
A Sketch of the life of this prominent
Mexican statesman, whose death! has re
cenlly Been announced, may not be unin
teresting to our readers! N. 0. Picayune.
j onsumedJin ixtv .vears. t6iv fourrhorse for several; months.
wagons loads of meats ; or, in oilier words; On one occasion it waaobscrved in the
by eating more than was necessary j for Picayune office that when the Mexican
health, during that time, actua ly starved exchanges wvre returned by Jaurez, they
one hutidrcd men to death. . were minus the margin; Upon inquiry
To jhow- what gluttons people may j)f oiiuof his friends, it was ascertained
unconsciously make of themselves, pro- that Jaurez was in the habit ofjcuttmg
Auru ''Arttrtmtiit at t Mrittem .that part of the paper t6 make' ctgaretis
""o t " "i : . i1 . . . " ti
which they cauuot account for, the follow- tor Ins own use, he
Sii rnnvtraAtmn hftwppn Ahpi-nethv and smoker. bllCtl was
a gentleman farmer may he introduced :
"Do you take a good breakfast V Inquir
ed '')r-: Aberne'thy. ''IVetty good," re
plied the patient. "You lunch ?' 'Yes,
I lake a luncheon." "Do you eat a hearty
dinner V" Pretty hearty." "You take
tea, I suppose 1" "Yes, I do " "And to,
wind up all, you Blip 1" "Yes, I always
tup." "Vhy thenyou beast," said the
surgeon, "go home and eat less and there
'will be nothing the matter with you."
This eminent but eccentric physician
was remarkable for tbe stress he laid upon
overheating as the caose of disease ; and
was fond of addressing his patients in
words as these : "Your stomach being out
of order.! it ia ray duty to explain to you
how to put it to rights again ; and in my
whimsical way hall give you an illus
tration of my position, for 1 like to tell
. people something that they will remember.
this constitution or which may be
iu such manner as it
best, provide also a proper 8 stem
s, ana reguiaie oy law woen
the methods of proceeding in the
exercise of their powers, of all the courts
below be Supreme Court, so far as the same
may b done without conflict with other pro
visions of this constitution."
Strike out sections sixteen, seven
teen, nineteen, twenty-five aud thirty-three
of the fourth article-
Amend section twentv-six of the fonrth
article by striking otitall that part which be
gins with, and follows the word "but" iu
said section, aud. in lieu of the part so
being an inveterate stricken out, inserting the following : ,
his poverty. I i t ''The judicial officers and the clerks of any
courts men may oe es?Tauii!n u uy taw.
shall be chosen by the vote of the qualified
electors, and for such term as may be pre
scribed by law. llie voters ot each pre
cinct, established as is elsewhere provided
forjn this constitution, shall elect two jus
tices ot the peace for such terra as may be
fixed by law, whose jurisdiction shall extend
General Assembly may provide for the elec
tion of more than two justices of the peace
in those precincts which contaiu cities or
towns, or in which other special reasons ren
der it expedient. The chief magistrates or
cities ana incorporated towns shall have
the judicial powers of justices of the peace."
Amend section thirty of the fourth article
bystnking out the word 'township" and
inserting, iu lieu thereof, the word pre-
riio kitchen, that is your stomach, being
out of border, the garret (pointing to t
hsid) cannot be right, and every room
. ! I 1 1 M . 1 1 . t
tup house Decomes atlccied. itepair the
ininrylin the fatehen. remedy the evil
Political change in England.-r-Thcre
.1 . v I 4
is notnihg the representative JL,ugisUman Uironghoot their respective counties
wouiu reseni more man uie assertion tnat
England isAmericanizing her institutions.
Yet that is just what England ijs doing
The latest movement in that direction
takes the shape of a bill in the Commons
embodying the principle of proportional
representation that is, reprasentalibn in
Parliament proportioned to popnlation.
Tbe impracticable Sir Charles Dilke op
poses it because it does not apply o bcot- crncts;" also in the last sentence of the same
land and Ireland. If Duke were a prac- section, strike out the words "the commis-
cable man he vould refuse what he can sioners of j the county may appoint to such
get because he can't get all he wants. office for h unexpired term," and in lieu
Ul Tliltw 5, n r,ro,;U..KlQ thereof insert "an appointment to fill such
U1S . a j ,i 4 -j t, e vacancy for the unexpired term shall be
,, practical enough to drop the "Hr from j i i m i t. i .
the F. , , 6 . , ' ,. made as may be prescribed by law.
i it, h' iVarae hen he becouQep a radical Ameud tions one and seven of the fi th
article, by striking out the words commis
sioners of ithe several counties" where they
i.J-JL L j-li .:n fcA tJ f v. a s.f.j L.i.'lJ occur in said sections, and in lieu thereof in-
tiii i u, uiiu an mill uc j i, ti i. in iuc tohvi i ij'm l ah Ls.'-ii wilier IU all CXCliange t , . .
'. i 7 .i i u - 7- - r p selling the words, "county authorities es
If yon put improper food into your stom- 'Vho would bare thought! twentv
nch, you play tM deuce with it, and the years ago that the despised love apple -
wnnie;macmne Dcsmcs.- wouiu nave Deen convertea into the use
Thei Duke Of York once consnlted ful tomato. This reminds us of the time
Aberrtethy, wio treated him with lie when ojir people were doing their best to
greatest indifference. I he Duke, aSton- acquire !a taste for tomatoes, then just
ished at his conduct, said, "I suppose you coming into use ; but it was much more
knowtwho 1 ami" "Suppose I do," said than twenty yeaia ago. If the writer's
Alain Street, Salisbury, A C
ARE CONSTANTLY ADDING
New, improved and valuable Tools, Imple
ments, Machines, Contrivancies, &c., &c., for
the convenience and facility of Farmers,
Lamasje liUlklerS, Scales, the bet Wrought Iron Tlown tobe found.
fonnnr 1 e warrant them toyive satisfaction. Thomi-
WVyi on' Plows and Suhdem.
Bute ZT Per3' i -COUS SIIKlXKRS,
cookS Sc. ";ua: CUTTER,8-
' 7 i and a thoiis.md other tlanjt" you need. Send
In fact, few 'persons unacquainted with in your orders or cou.e and buv.
our establishment, are aware of the wide' l&tf Salkburr N C
range of wants We are prepared to meet, nor
of the exact and beautiful adaptability of
our goods for the purposes for which they
are made. Nor can we de.orilc them in an
advertisement. They must be seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a steam
: . e .
ji-iinie; ironi a pin to a btrawcutter any
i thing almost everv thing. They have
A tULL STOCK always on hand of every
variety of Nail, Iron, Steel, Hoc, Grain Cra
dle, Scythes, 100 Dozen Axe at low price.
duns, rintoln. Krive and Korku. Fairhanka
PATENT LIGHTNING SAW!
Super Extra Spring Steel, Warranted Eefinei
EBEN MOODY BOTNTO
80 BSHZTSSASf STXLMT, X7rv Xork.
Nov. 27, HOC; Jnly 23, 1667; Jan. 14, 14, 1SC3; July 27, ISC9.
( i ; ' T7 TT1 cJ,"f. U1. r w
I V?7t?'l.j Utwak!taltl illnlmpMlt
I t til Hl t'm- 1 "rr1 k l U IW ttmt4
q Y i "tk ti k. i .ft. LiVTN.M:ivrlw.j!Si:i
i i ' A Crl lr. T"i -'3 tu ariel. AW UfWlin n jr4;.
I rritW , f 3iill - I "J". Nt Utml; iWM.4U
5 rffrri Sfl-wf
HAS taken the room recently occupied by Overman, Holmes & Co., in Murphy's Grani
How, and opened a
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
S7He solicits ca di orders from al.rod. Produce lxnight and bhipmd on very idiort
notice. Respectfully refers to business en of the city.
3f Cash paid for all leading articles of countn "Produce. H;tf
tublished and authorized bv law
Strike out section four of the fifth article,
relating to! taxation to pay the Stnte debt and
Amend section six of the fifth article by
inserting after the word 'instrument" iu
said section the words '"or anv other per
Insert the word "and" before the word
"Surveyor" in section one of the 7th article.
the Brtrjrcon , "what of that 1 If hi Htgh- memory is not at fault, people were en and strike out the words -and five commis
neos of lork wishes to be well, let me gaged in tomato eating forty years! ago., sioners" in said" section ; also add to said
fell him that he mnst do as the illustrious Previous to this tomatoes were known as! section the following: - The General As
Duke; of rllincton often did in his cam- 'love apples,' end were not
juigntcfja oJfWie supplies, and the eiie-1 as of any real value."
my win qiucKiy leave the citadel. "
orrici as vvocrueiny w:as in regard to
iet of other", he wais Rot very parti-
cular as to lii.i own ; hence, in common
with other pliypieians at the present tim,
he was often asked why he did not prac
tice that which he prtched. To such
taunt ho would renlv bv reminding the
inqjiirrrof the eign-post ; it points the Hegroe8.--Co(&6 ro' Messenger.
way, but cloea not follow its course : it is
none tne less useful tor that. Constitutional Amendments,
ine exact oppoaite ot the gluttons are Passed in the House of Representatives
me nvpocuonuriac men ana nervous wo- January 17, 1872.
men, wio almost starve themselvea to -AN ACT to alter the Constitution of North
death ton fear of injuring themselves bv Carolina.
eating Improper food. To Pitch Dersons. The General Assembly of North Carolina do
the advice of Sir Richard Jebh n, ?nact ("'ree-hfths of all the' members of each
i j l i.,r t Uouse concurring.)
ooked upon scmuiy snail provme tor a system of coutty
v(t eruiueui ior me several counues oi llie
Amend section two of the seventh article.
A large Dartv of excursionists from the hy striking out the word -commissioners
" . . : 1 1 - . I P . .1
western counties passed through His nuu 1U 'eu inere.i inserung me woms
nbir. nn rr.,Aav .l l.,o Tk" ouuty autuoiuies estaoiislied ana authorized
r w.. , "'!," 'aoi, i Mt; "Sir. ij. l, m i .1 :i .
on the nam 518 voters, 409, of whjcl. the wrdSt ..the R ister of DeeJs sh;i W
prononncea tor Greeley the other for ex 0tficio clerk of the board of commission-
urrani.A large numner oi tne latter wer ers
711 t r ' 1 a
win oo lew ana simple, lou must not
rat the poker, shovel or tongs, for they
are hard of digestion i nor the bellows,
hecause tlieyp are windy ; but anything
eisc von Dieasc."
hat the Constitution of this State be altered
as follow, to wit :
Amend section six, of the first article, bv
striking out the first clause thereof, down to and
including the word "but;" this being the clause
relating to the State debt.
Amend section two of the second article by
I lio noovc! aclvicp. both to the too erfeat I Rtrikins? out the wort! " nnnnallv " nA nn
I . ' CD I . c 7 v a novi ll l
and too little eaters, is applicable to other n eu thereof, the word " biennially f being
pounine than England, to other cities rcie,e"w " me sessions oi the Ueneral As
th.in T.ni,rlo n,.A 5a : .1.:. 8em-
- i i iU l. " ' Z.1 " u,,s Amend section five of the second article, bv
Strike out section three of the seventh ar
ticle, and in lieu thereof insert th 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 convenient
in shape as possible, and marked out by de
finite boundaries, whieh may be altered when
necessary! Said sub-divisions shall he known
by the name of precincts. They shall have
no corporate powers. The township gov
ernments are abolished. The boundaries of
the pif' ci nets shall be the same which here
tofore! defined the tovjuships until they shall
Strike out sections four, five, six, ten and
eleven of the seveutlj article, which relate to
the township system '
Amend sections eight and nine Tf the
seventh article, by striking out the words "or
townships where they occur in said sections.
Strike out section three of the uinth article,
BURKE 8 COFFIN.
f At the Sign of the lied Flag,
MERONEY'S OLD STAND,
SALISBURY, N. C.
R m STORE.
C ALLM ALMANACS
At the Hook Streo.
T3SAI.MS AND HYMNS,
J VTLIKKAX Rook,
J. K. BUUKG.
J. M. COFFIN.
At the Hook Store
At the P. K.k Store
HOOli l:iOKS. large variet- ,
At the Hook Store.
N fact a n v thinir in the wav of Rooks and
St ;itu: i i-i v. cait ho hail at -hort notice and
on reUfcOi.ahle it-rios.
At the Rook Store.
... ,...u mwM. vui inu.r rju.rr ii i r i wtier. l.tj. Lint t,( sits!! v-t t l.rT- w4 tr4t
fur uc lica Mut out; ate two pnF tl Ur.trcM 1 ack. '
,, . Tte. abiciv Ititit Fii rtiipiffi.Kor. 4. .?.
E. M Uotntox. W) oVclman M.. New Yok Sit : Ttl rrrt 6 lt 1 m O IA$ Umirt I ift
Saw. worked bj- lanJ. vy to rn and w ( Bt c.f! a w.J firrk rt tti U g ia t I 4 n4
16 rta of Mti . roijtnnouly in iwo tuiontr IH mi( or t ll rr of a rt,i i f mm.d im
than uii.e mlnotw. I aia t U-J that for all i iiii ff, r.--rattin lait m4 atall tiaul
n-Mk-rct in.l wood m l.ae no rival in fjfd. in and In tnjilWHj.
I l ieri their univciMil u tu'.d ac a vart atnockt of anv aJ ii i hViM ti. in -
niilliona of men. j. HI.lKK.
I PtifrinU(letil and Tiiflnw. JlmrSrk fair.
N. B. Tlnfxtrrnf tt arr r,iictd metrl li tt.r Lt t-14 U LtkM-Uat Axtett cU,af
httier than tie old fi i li n jrorr tM-d Lr all ottx-r aaa.
llone-i liardare ttien ill pr urt th renaine for tbeir raetAMrra. eru If Ilur aiavmLrkl mv
inferior pod. tnt l.ere Xh-x do hot keep tbem. irrxli are a a 14.
N B. MHItoB oi axetate nd for rettinc w r.d : a Lif kteitr Oom-Ci fcaw. tilln W e aiaa r
for two, will rut fie tnn a ( ai a axe. Wbf not Uy ihttu 1 ilo. I.icU'.rf Ir Pa, 414 Irri
lonp-miiao.e r pen-rai ue.
See that t'.e ine and warrant are on eacLaw.
K. M. KOVXTOX, Sole IVoprtor and MaBaftctcnr. Sew Yk.
w 1 .1- . . . .i ii i
ax? roeisanu consignment reject mi ivfo- o I'KCIA I--rder will receive im.im.t atten-
Auction wiles every Saturday and ' O um s.-ml in vi.ur o,.!, rs.
K. M. rtnyiitoii' I.iylitiiin; Oi e mm f to- ret
ilipiloMII tie,--. CoiiM.',. tr le.HV lor fx . IV. r
w l. it. by UmI v L.r- .
T .V j". . '"-TV -H,1wonM' l. an, m Ileu thereof inseri the following : "The
. : ; ;: "r " VK?n?. 0111 ,e General Assembly shall make suwable. pro-
rHEFltCH WAR IXDEMNITT.i At Parts so stricken out having refenTe to e
I IMI Mill III I IIW llllllll dnillkiillS OIK T . k . a
1 .1 .
iciigin atuninte conclusion has been reach
ed by tho French aiid German goven
iiienta in regard lo the payment of the re
mainder of the war indemnity due by the
former to the latter in accordance with the
peacd settlement. By the terms of the
agreement now entered into one of the
three; milliards of francs (3,000.000.0001
11 1 Fy a I ii t n -lav a. L. n I I lf I. -. i j
, V;.v 6 , , pa,a cl)rury. together in special session, and mileage shall be
I NV'I nrtsflttH .11. II . t 1 Ma la j - . ?..
Vty, aii-'uicr ui uiaru uy me close dt the ien ce"i8 per mue tor eactor session."
same vear. and another in i kta vu Amehd section one Of the third artilAiKv
the French government shall have naid Ptrikjni w the words " fouryears," where they
500,000,000. francs of the amount the de- ' tt iTtJ?
partments of Marne and Haut Marne will ence tojthe terms of execnti
Add a new section to the second rHr.l trt Ko ,ng the 8ystem ol frt- Pul' instruction."
and to read as follows: tnke out section hve of the ninth article,
be evacuated by the German troons : and
when the payment of each 1,000,000,000
ia complete! oue-thud of tho German
army of occupation will be withdrawn
iVom France. The Freuch trovernmem
has already taken measures to raise the
-requisite- amount to relieve the depart
meiits of Marne and Haut Marnj ut once.
styled " section 30.
the members of the general AMvmhlv! ahnll nd ln thereof, insert the follow ine:
ich receive three hundred dollars as a coni-T 'The General Assembly shall have power to
pensation for their services during their term, provide for the electiou of Trustees of the
subject to such regulations in regard to time of I University of North Carolina, in whom.
wuei" anu reuueuon ior non-attendance as chosen, snail be vested all the privileges,
may be prescribed by law; but they may have rights, franchises and endowments hereto-
n aquinonal allowance when they are Called fore iu any wise granted to, or conferred up
on, the Board of Trustees of! said Universi
ty; and the General Assembly may make
such provisions, laws an J regulations, from
time o time, as may be necessary and ex-
peuieui. ior tne maintenance aud mauage-
meut of said University."
Strike out section thirteen, fourteen and
fifteen of the ninth article, relating to the
University of Noith Carolina
two years," being in refer-
Strike out the words " Smvrinttn.lM.f rf P.,i
, -'wa.Baat a - a.au
lie Works," wherever they occur in the Consti
tution, fttuis abolishing that effice.
Oh! Yes Oh! Yes Oh ! Yes!
Having fallen back to a better position nnd
been reinforced hy forming a copartnership with
A so. M. Cokfin, who has been long and favor- j
ably known in the Mercantile community, i
I would respectfully return my thanks to the 1
public generally, and solicit a continuance of !
their patronage to the new .Firm : with the as- '
surance that we will do all wc can to satisfy all
who may have anything to sell or buv.
J. K. BURKE
J. B. I will continue to attend to the sell- I
ing of any kind of property in the country, for
Administrators and others when notified in time.
tf:18 J. K. BUKKE, Auctioneer. j
1 have analyzed the Whislcy knoirn ,
under the brand of "B SELECT," con- j
trolled by Messrs. WALTER D. :
Jan. t. I-
;oi- t,i . xt, ait jii Li-occur.
for rntt nf Vok1. Joita. l.fr t.Ti.lr. ai4 iw
t."(4 I.. i ft.ur m l arger anadr U or4er.
a, l.a.l lie t.u.r ci 11 Le Mid, aaU & vaate .f
J. A. CLODFELTER k CO.
Aia:tnfacturtrs ami Jh-alctis in Furniture,
Ixvite attention to their
stock of Cottage licaristcads,
Cottage Chamber Suits, paint
eel Chamber Suit, French
Suit?, Walnut nnd painted Cane Sest Chairs
Rocking t'hairs of all descriptions, Extension
Dining Tables- -tables f all kinds Wardrobes.
Bureaus, Wasbstands, What-Notn, Mattrei-ses.
Sofas. Iteception C'liairi and Parlor Set. .l-w.
Ilitstic Window Shades, a novelty for complete
ness, beauty, cheapness ami durability. Al-w,
inanv other artu-les which we are nrenareil to
hi 1 1 its cl I'Hti nr -h!tii-r thrvn nnv Ili'ii ''i t
"ra m a. w n v tr- i , , - . - - i . i ........ .
ULillu sc ,v,r uicnmona, a., ana westeru part of the State
tind it Free from Fuil Oil, and
and otlrer impurities, and recommend Us
use for medicinal and family purposes.
J. 13. McCAW. M. D ,
Late Prof, of Chemistry M. College, Va.
This brand is beyond all doubt a supe
rior article and can only be had geuuiue,
at T. J Foster's, No. 3 Main st., nearly
opposite Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, N. C.
. rir A full assortment of Rosewood, Metric
tnd Walnut Burial Cases, which can be ftir-
Ul. tl( II .IV IH'III. 14,'ltV.
Why l'e llie LiglitulnK .Saw I
Ik-canw? the fjstwt i th rl.at. IF MMI'I.K.
An it eoU live buntiit-d or n oic dollar Uji tl tabor thai rar out llie rrtas-rataw. a M1rf ofatr
Uflh hv ricri uul mm ut ail iujj,r. -d u Mim tLa cot oi a iiua. 11 arnlj ditU vllj kaaWrta
that U!nkililal ititrii l'.. t lo Uuitt-ii anj clranbf llh jjr p-'lj. II -k.)tM al-4 .
1 lies patkt Uclu air ail oi oi.e kutli and to avit4.ii.g trntirU aad t l t k aa tart aa raiMa
There have h.--n man v oev ices for clearer teeth, lutno otherj.aUal t ctlikf lrla fur now i aniatttl
thex are k uon u w li lion.d wim UkUi I in an mditerl laesl , riwiLf rr tW Im Uf, fcea,
if tic out-nl i-Jgt-n t.f .r jested and uinu duuLie with ub dt of m-i, a driest ratUay aa4rWari
i uhcl!t!it?1 ? 1 f.ic U Hi i(i-iii 1 tu t Met 1 aod harder U-tuji i for a ewtUi f a . Vat 4w ym
Luy a poor n ul of any e.tl-er drci iptut. or vrr a n if It ra to hatti j at )ti.laitrT Xt rairial-
these I'titriit ( liltt-iB. !.om d.Ut u-iil tioiit any ot hrr a :
li-t. Ioi.h e j oiiiu il ,ih om i cj a m m t lor la o 1U ok w -c'e cf kerf. t-i tt la re-
verl ul mi oilier Mle.
2nd. one point t:i ti.1 the other, roi m,i eiit y e.ta and r 5i ot. 1 y a itk v'ice 4f. Na .lavtct
to v'iia:e out. U otic poiuluf 3i tooth M t obe ay ac4 our lit other, Ihe ataat Id ne aa
lin out thr tooth.
d. I iit at h dnect oi ci,te thz'.v to tLc old V too'L U oealh all aaadaat, ta a j.Ua iafteai
of a hdtiow.
i 4:h. Are a ljr.l w.tU an oil otot.e alter f.Iitp teeth.
( 5ili. Thew are the only pau-ot d.ifrt f-uU.DK and riearioc terta k a for rro eattr r aw rl
f:or, ca-i r than any otl.rr. and aie. with prraeat turn, aa iwp:e Ve ahaqa a lha!d V tuvlk. H
1 1 . j -e .
j IIOVATOA'S IMTET I,IaiT.I.G HAW.
I Thia mw pfe-e eral nr-at adraotare on r the acrirat V Uotk. ileli l.aa kitleito Wra relied
i on. en-rially in croa-cut a. the Wenth. li0aea and daraUlitj lam tli. aad then ca tj
Amend section six of the third article, bv tion ienof the eleventh artiele by striking
etriktijgout tbe word "annually" and, in
sertmg, in heu thereof, the word "biennial
ly." so as to conftirm to the provisions re
specting tne sessions ot the Ueneral Assem
Strikeout sections two and three of the
fourth article, being the provisions which re
fer to the appointment and dutt of tho
1 A II I LI A K OUOTATIOXS.
(trant is not fit to govern thia couutry," Code Commissioners. '
i5tatitons dying words. "iGrant has no Alter sectiijn four of
out the words "at the charge- of the State."
and in lien thereof, iusert the words "bv the
State; and those who do not own property
exemption prescribed iu this Constitution, or
being minors, whose parents do not own
property over aud above the same, shall be
cared for at the charge of the State.
Alter section seven of the fourteenth ar
ticle jso that said section shall read as fol-
the fourth article, so follows: "No person who shall hold any of-
inoro.sonl.lh.au a W' mui. n...i- ina saw
"Grant has no more Mft.hii!i .h- .! judicial p. wer of the State shall be vested in
a illy W lllil II 19 - av r
that said section shaltread as follows : ''the fi1" or place 6f trust or profit tinder the United
ower of the State shall be vested in tatps, or any department thereof, or under
r the trial of impeachments, a u any jtdher State or government, shall hold or
tats, or any department thereof, or under
Ihos. rv;h..:.. t ir i ' acourt tot the trial of impeachments, a Su- a
i notroi.irftlh.d h!! - V, ur?"1 preme coart, Superior Court?, such interior exei-ise any other office or place of trnst or
kJi5.s - l" td.VcS tU.!,"nalIawbut courts as nay be established by law, and loflt under the authority of this State, or be
y r;"-'iif. - i rumDuu. "lirant'e courts of Uustice of the Peace." eligiihle to a seat in either house of the
oun joraingo otismess stamps him a? a Alter section eight of the I fourth article. General Assembly; Provided, That nothing
hret cla8 conspirator."-Jfjovernor Pal- sothat said section shall rad as follows : herein contained thall exteud to officers in
liter. "Thre are sixteen weighty reasons "T,e Supreme coari shall consist of Chief the piilitia. justice of the Peace, Commis-
why Oraut should never ha Prprfhl.-,! Justice and two Associate Justices; Proii- sioners for Special Purposes."
Colfax. Graut is a man without B'nffi , I T - ,h5s shal1 not aPP,y to the justices . Ad'i another section to the fourteenth ar-
t ient knowledge to preside over a U " "ngtr-present tern, of office, unless to be styled "sectum c. and to read as
I Lnrr-u, ifjrunt .!.: A") resignation, oronerwise, thennm- nmows ; "vuuty omcers. justices ot the
! i ... , ,, , I "Vl "l .owiw: uusnces snau oe red need F,";e 311,1 "l,ir iujceis vi.uuhj o mces are
ins portion, aud that a all he cares about." Uo two." ' H abolished or changed iu any way by the al-
Alter section twelve of the fourth artlclp teration of the constitution, shall continue to
... ... r -I l .:.. e. .; .m .
Tin. PinMnnnii m;;au.i i . eu raav section snail reaa as o ows t exercise meir iunciiou unui any provisions
l lie Cincinnati miuister who was late h-Th so .k-h ti-M-j - ? ..u ,.,a t.u.;n ' J.
ly liatelieted tor kissing a fair parishioner cial district, for eachf which a judge lial fa" to the alterations, so far as relates
will recoircr. It IS paying pretty dear be chosen: and in each district Kn to said officers shall have been made.
f,)ra Mt hat it might haye cosfmord. Court shall be held at least twice ia ettclj ttA.iJ, .1,- .t. ;
It is said that by the Mpendtture of ft.tion n9 "
S3G,000,0C0 for leaves on ihe Mississippi "?FlxV ml Vrb by lw4 without the insertion of another in its steah
river, -''7,0(00,000 acres of cotton lafid and tT lS l lm V8 and give to any new section that namber
2,500,00 acres of sugar land would tre IhLndtLV - whth b th" ,neth,d woqM h 4
claimed, tho annuel product of which, it 5 tTthiSjS del LoI to the section for which it is substited, and
is estimated, wonld Lount to U0,000r iber. SXTm JX
., .. ... -t;.- .ivuitimiiuuiauu tin:
.occur after the ratification of this section."! btrid consecutively.
EETURXS niS THANKS to his OLD
, FRIENDS and the Public for the liberal
jittroHOre heretofore extended to him. He now
informs them that he has fitted up a new and
Shop, in Dr. Henderson's Brick
Building, Room Z7o 2,
where he would be pleased to nee them. lie
guarantee" to eive satisfaction in everv ease.
lie has in his employ of the be.t Hair Dressers
in Western North Carolina, lie requests a call :
from all. i
Salisbury, N. C, Dec. 17,1809. 50 If j
State of North Carolina,
IREDELL COUNTY. j
Superior Court, Spring Term, 1872. j
Marshall T. Dell as Assignee of William Griffin,
Bankrupt, agniiixl (Jcor;e C. Mcllenry and
Daniel 13. Welch, defendants.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court on
affidavit filed, that the defendant George C. Ml- 1
Henry is not a resident of the State of ISorth j
It in therefore ordered and adjudged that pub- I
lication be made in the Carolina Watchnum a i
newspaper published in the Town of Salisbury, !
North Carolina, for six weeks, notifying thede- ;
fendant,! George C. Mcllenry that a Summons
ha been issued in the above action again; him
in which he is notified that a complaint will he j
filed in 'this action at the next term of Iredell i
Supeiior Court, on the second Monday after the I
third Monday in August, A. D. 1872, within the j
first three days of the Terra, and unless the de- j
fendant, George C. Mcllenry answer the same j
within the time prescribed by law, the plaintiQ '
will ask Cor the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Witness C. L. Summers, Clerk of our
said Court at office, in States.ille. this 29th day
of April, 1872. C. L. SUMMERS, CSC
6w33:pr fee $8 of Iredell county.
ALL KINDS of COURT AN DM A
GISTRATE& BLANKS at this office
15e sure to call, ncarlv opposite the Mansion ,,r urnuig rt m'U t. at e nl onij u.u.e fjei tLU-r 4.ii.u f arta. tu . hfw-.
Hotel, next door below" the Kxprcss uflice, lee I ""I"-'y f4 IJ clciraact-.
our htof-K anu nearour nrices. 1 ... . .
Special or.b-rs (made from photograph in .a,r.,, . ,,,. fr,, ,.tJ, ... ... i i;?." ..il "M e ..u v
i ..... . . ... ....... . . . v . . . mm H v p. w , ,m ww , tvm iw ww i k mM v imm ' -
our offieo) will be supplied
I WILL begin at .' o'clock on Saturday,
IVIaythe 4th, at the Auction HoiUeot
1JUUKE A COFFIN, to sell at public salej the
STOCK OP GOODS
lately l:elonging to John W. Bitting, bankrupt
This Stock conxist if a geiieral lissortiheut
of Merchaudise, suc h as is u-ually found ii;any
First Class Stuke. Sales to continue et cry
Saturday till the whole Stock is closed Utit.
Merchants and Trwler are respectfully invi
ted and reo'to-sted to attend these Sale.
Terms will be stated at the tima if sal
J. K. IiUUKKi
As-i-gneecf J. Y. Hittijiu.
Salisbury. April 16. l7'2. 3l:tf
CTr BEST IN THE WORLD.tjT
1 .VrrTTTTJC -rtxrrA
n v n uwi kv.m tn ru
ixno fox a am ab
Kew Xork Office, 27 ZZ
April 26, 1872. 32:ly
saw. llenrc -l iii citai e.
Kasb or I'rTTiNo. It i ea.er V p'ow a gtt in tmlr tliau to rraaa oaevat TW ar.'ifatj
tlii principle U very rfc--t. all ti e U-r!i Wlr.jt ot urn lt-apta. OeabSc K.iaU4. cat vita aaui4 rt
ral and projcftii g etl).'e. and rlrai r,muiti - it I, tlf P r.
SmruciTT . Tina i obvio. all tl.f o ut. li-iajf likr l ai. Iaw U-rtk. xit : tW MM Wafta.
books, or thick raking ll!i. to hr Wtrt-4 ; only oi aau a 1 1 tie r-qahrd to are iWaa ia vroVr. a 4
tlt-y are racary tor the unskilled lalKntr to l.airti a tl r tl4 iakn ita raw.
I'tarEiT 1 1 KAtt ( ontinuialy ruttii c ai.d rlranry. tlot- oppo! catl t? fare" aol a!y
cut. but dear, by liftinp the fibre al ote tL ptt jfKtii t tlaU. Isif a ).. mUh la U-s avorf acrint
clearing imph nf tit.
by their rlrcnlar we ae that two Borr ton brtrtrer. by baaJ. rat clTa taelte-lar a ayeaaiefWtta
wood) log in ei-at arruatla. before Siari;eneral Meade aadother diatiay abed anea. al la?ar
Square. I'lulai'el loa. .-e tru.Ur I. 1h 9. HV alxt rtiie. a a pr f of the c tkat permit tai-d
effott. tbj saw ing. by kaio of letvix coid of Lard t-e h. n.tp'ie, elm. ah. aad hhy w4 ia
eight hours (including lot time) in JJichigan. harb oiV, bj lio Bicn. with oie aaw oare, t4 w
I'lieae Sawa are rot andaold hy Mr. E. V. Boyntoa. h rwkmaa atreet. New York. aa4arept.
teeU'd by four rttonU. HUrd repe-tiTelT 27. IMS: Joly 23, ISfi7. Jaaoary 14. .Mi; Jaly T!. 1HR".
We trust that the inentim ot va'uablj an improvement in aa arbrie of arh aaiteral aae a ti.
aaw. will le abl- to enjoy tbe fiuit of their laboi free from infriufeoieat or racy any kiad. lao
Ack, AraiL, 7, 1870.
TJicse Saws are universally conceded to Surpafs aU others for Crossmttipg Tulr
Although 8500 challenge fur expense cf test has been advertised in millions
of jurors, and cngrared on each sate, no one has ever DARED
to publicly test the matter, NO other sate has double
yAntcd teeth, CONSTRUCTED TO CUT
IX LINE SO AS TO CUT WITH
OUTSIDE OK M TOOTH
ONLY by direct action.
Marriage Certificates for sale lure.
II, The cuiting of all single pointed teeth are equal, and these 21 tret
arc double, icilh direct-action, staecd, and slant concealed letteeen points f
M. If one point of M was et one way and one the other,
the slant would ride and lift out the tooik.
When tbe hardware trade do not sell, apents wanted, and no government Heme
is reiquired A six foot cros cut and a brick saw-blade will be urot to nj aidrt-M
on receipt of SG, or $1 per foot. One man sawi SI 25 per foot.