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SALISBURY. THURSDAY MAT l.
Igetttheir antographs and photographs. ; How
mnpl an1 mAntfll filCT-l
tie. were blunted and deadened IW J thci 1"
bad suffered torture; to which death ftel V 'u V
would have been a relief.
: j 1 N. O. RAILROAD.
At a meeting; of jthe Directors of ihe
Horth Carolina Rail Rqad. held this day
lit the old Bankof Cape Fear in tin a city.
Oot Thos. M. Hojt, was eleeted PrcsU
tent' Vice Maj. W A. SinitU resigned.
Tbia is: regarded! as a must excellent
election. Coll Holt is thoroughly fcc.
qaatnted withthe affairs of this Road, and
is besides a number one business man.
Thcre are'but few 'larger or more success
M manufacturers arid jhrmira in the St4te,
He baa been .connected with this Road as
j a director lo a number of years and has
ativeh antversal satisfaction, the best test
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1 1 f l J ' ,TJiilM mm iai ilia Tinman Theatre oi mix-
V ' ' ' M : ' . I : Jk. aillL II VU VI IVV HVI .
Lst wc t;kJudge TDick again held Jec- ed audience in turanttuons applane, it is said,
eral Conrj in-Statesville. Spears ras when one of hi comeilies W'bronglir.on the
carried befirfe biio; his case was fc'alled ; stage, by sajinft to make a liberal and free
a' fief, proi was entered j and bo Iras set translation nnat he was a - -
i !i I i lLi- L. . I Pjnipauiweu wiin iui uhuimi awiuu.
uu ue iniormauon vua iur -y ; Poor Terrencc. Norton aud Inraan hare left
no charge JigHinst Inm. I !l if Uou far behind. How neroii to pay for so
What made it necessary for that poor 1 mnA advertlinsr in so manr papers. .
ij.yt tn iifLr t1it t iriUilf nuitinumentl I UV nnvht not to allow this it's burning
f Ujrh character and merit.
Davidson court, i
We made a flying trip to Lexington last
Tuesday during the session of the Stipe
rior Court for Davidson County. Qite
crowd, of people from the. country were
iu'attehdauce. Among-the Lawyera in
Attendince-we noticed' Gen. Scales, Col.
Gilmer, and Scett froni Greensboro. Toi.
J Wilson, from Salem, liurton i.nngw u,
ick or any body else answer ? Vameh is too hard and unfeeling. Pass the hint
LAW 4 IN! BEIiT
church fesliyal do kdiea. How ungrateful tliis
world is. how much benevolence and heaven
born charietr lost, thrown away on thankless
OX I dry ground. It makes me bilious aud melan-
CllVIJf IU 111 1 IJ VI 1W vi v m "nv
vast Wilderness 1 A vaunt, mix mea stiff toddy
States-1 pientj ofnugar in it, then give roe a chaw of
Mcsrs Editors: The near approach!
mefliner nf tA K. P . XfifJir:il SrwJptr lit
ville. via. ofa inQlh llav, has eiveif rise k0 Unghsms or weroney s oesi,
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n.fl,4tl. : tl mtnrl r iK -rhlr nf ih as Jounftie jenKins carries i ie w'S
coin municatidn, which he will Mot? dpwh arid nieetmg n me country. t t '
LA. It I ...UL "RURAL."
publish. .If - .). j ! . i j
It is pobaUly not known to Ike masss of the & NEW PARTY.
people af this State nay even to sonie of the
.;.?: .i.-. .u t : ,.
iongDeiorewewar proomiy in iw, fiasan . . . - nam( .... old
The New York IlfralJ has taken strong
BWckmer, M. SlcCotkle, W. II. Bai
Estas i fi6m Salisbury. Hon. W.
ICAbbint of ,Stateaville. There are wo
important cases to be tried during the pre
sent session of the Court ; one capital ekse.
Lexington has ConsidrablyVimproi'ed
id appearance by i tlie erection of iew
bttildinirs since the war. The Uoberfs
block is the more' substantial of the new;
bnildinffs. It cohtains three handsome
siores twenty five by about eighty tvet;
Well Arranged and comfortable in np
pearance. ; .;.. . . ; ' ! !
u We were too uuwell to stir about 0vcr
tkertown, and hentiTour observation ras
rather limitaV j"e w thought we saw
many evidences" of progress and tradei
Considering the crowd wc were struck
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witb the general quiet and freedom from
drunkenness and rowdyism. Wc did not
see a single man, If wc except a negroj
ujucfer the influence of strong drink. We
Lope to Lave the opportunity of vistying
Lexington again soon that we may bocbm
bettey acquainted with her quiet people.
act leanest isnfe nit pliysicians who commenced
the practice 4f medicine in the State Ifter the
Diploma or, not, to come before a Medial Bonrd
of examineril chosen bv the State mediial Socie
ty, for cxaia tnation and receive licen.u if found
qualified, ana as a ttenalty for practicing medi
cine without such license enacted; tfiat they
should be debarred from collecting their bills bv
organization of the Di-mocralic Party
pure and simple, is amply sufficient for
preset. t purposes. The World docs not,
h wever, by any means maintain, that the
party ought to be bound by tin; traditions
or principles of the past, except in so far
as they may be expedient in the present;
on the other hand, it maintains that the
party is essentially oae of change and
progress, and that the principles, tradU
This lawift not retroactive in its operation as uons and experience ot the past, are- vnl
the Homestead or. the act of the last congress uable, only in so far as they teach ua how
givin back bay to its members, and did not in I to act in the preseut. .
any way efleL-t any one then encased in the prac-1 Cuttitiff loose in this summary manner
lice of medldine whether qualified- or not. from all entangling alliances, the World
Tlie law ja intended to elevate the standard -insist lhat the Democratic Party shall
of quaUificilion of Physicians who1 might i7.e S before the country upon a single issuf,
children, shall be'entiled to. a homestead
of realty lo the value- of S2,Q$0 ijt apeeie.
nun; ut-iouuui pro pen T w mo Tame OI91.-
nrl i i! r r . ' i : . v, .
uuu in specie, to oe vamea at tne time
i r'1'1 wuui ur mis'
terial officer in this state shall! ever bare
jrtrdifdtclion or authority to 'enforce amy
indgment, decree, or execution against said
property so set apart, including Snch im-
proyemeni as mar ttiereon croa time to
tim' except for taxes, money.borTowed or
for the purchase money of the same, and
for ltb r done thereon, or malerixl furnish
ed llnr f rf or removal of incumbrances
The first section of the act of the 3rd
October, 1863. is in the same terms
It' may well be doubted whether both
the?e provisions were not intended to be
whollt prospective in their effect.
But as we understand the supreme court
of the State has come to- n different con
clusion, we shall not consider the qnestioo.
. The statute fn forte when the judgment
wasr ndered declared that . the following
properly belonging to a debtor who was
the head otaUmily suonla ne exempt trnni
levy ami s ue to wit) :''r ifty ncres of
laijd and five additional ones for each of
hiehildrHo und.-f this age of sixteen years
ihe"aml to iuilnde the dwelling bouses,
if Oie sain and-improvements do not ex
ceed two hundred dollars; one farm horse
orlmah', one cow and calf, len head of
hogs, and fifty dollars worth of provisions
anilJhvL- dollars worth addition! for each
child ; bed, bidding, and common bed
stead sufficient for, 'the family ; one loom
on'e; spining wheel, nnd two pairs of cards
and one hundicd- pounds nt lint cotton ;
coinmon tools of trade: for himself and hi
wife; rqiiipinits and arm! f a in liti.i
Soulier j and trooper horse ;. ordinary
cobki:ift utensils and table crockery; w.-ar-
iug appcaral of himself and family : family
Bibb, religion works aim school books
family portraits; the HbVary of a profes
sioiial man in actual practice or business,
not exce ding three hundred dollar m
value,1 to be selected by himself."
iNo o'uc can cat his eves over the tuna-
erjand later cteni'itions," withont being
struek by the greatly increased mignitude
of the later. j
ectiMii 10 of Artic'.e 1 jnf the Constitn
tion of the U.iited States declares that
to wit : t ree 1 raae
xs might hve been expected from
such a course, the World has made itself
a target for attacks from all quarteiB and
without regard to party affiliations The
manufacturers will, to a man, be opposed
to it in Massachusetts, and so will the iron
protectionists of Pennsylvania. Indeed,
urn alrp'wlv find the Boston a
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reopie worm ProiecimaiuinKao thorongh gomR Radical, and the Phiiadel
nfler offer tbfenre the good people of the State
of their miijlhuies and to protect the people from
quacks anrt physicians not properly qualified.
It was then known, as it now is, that there
were some institutions (though not many) which
sold medical Diplomas regardless of qualifies-
The Legislature then thought (he heaUh and
lives of the
We doubf if the people generally knew that
their is sucll a law now in force for their benefit
and protection and that in a suit eitheii before a
Frof. Gerard th mnirieian. neernnianir.
ind prestiiator, gave a eouple of prefor
manees in Warranto last, night and the
night before. The Professor did many won
derfnl thing, such aspVreleg his arm with a
carving knife; swallowing enongh cotton to
inaae a oeo-qailt. nn. thm hlowing from bis
month fire, and pulling ont: afcoat five hun
dred yards of different colored libbons. sticks.
whips, barber poles. wo.nlen ware and a tar
rapt (mm bis stomach r om where else.
no one know whore. ITU' imitations of the
sons of different kinds of birds tl e-qieaUag
of pigs, the neighing of horses, and barking
of d tea wre amnsing. startling and perfect.
iiiit niuBie on in iiarp was exquisite and
elented decided applause. 1 For a eonnla f
ionrs me proiesa r kept MS andiene atten-
Mva and pleased- with bi wonderful tricks
aud exre'lent music We have withess
the feats of many j balers, but .have never
sen any to compare with Prol, Gerard.
This exhibiti n was well worth the monev.
Pmf, Gerard will exhibife at McTeTys
Hall in this city, to-night and to-morrow
pliiayl(7C, a thorough Ka'"g Democrat,
occupying common ground in their oppo
sition to the World, and urging that a
tariff for revenue being 'necessary, the
drin Court, they can plead ja lack of qaestion of protection im a merely inciden-
1 ceose'andi aon-snit the physician who has com
menccd theipractice of medicine since jfhe pass
age of the ak without license.
During and since the war many persons com
menced thipractiee of medicine without a pro
per preliminary education, and who could not
obtain licenps if they, applied
iother and very worthy
1 here is inn
IMPORTANT TO II AY SlIIPPERS
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I DjCAR Siv : Responding to yourf of
lotn inst., wouia say inai uuringiine
period yoa allude to our rates will neces
sarily change to prevent actual lo?s to the
company on account of the cxceediiigly
loose and careless j manner in whichithe
Shippers of North Carolina ILty, pack
ihebr bales. To illustrate ottr cars are of
the capacity of 1G 000 and 20 000 pnn&ds,
oy tne very closest pacing we experienceno meptsldccording totheamendedaci of 1871
great difficulty in getting into thera 6 ;0(H) j ruid 1872, jit the same time and place as. the
pounds.. Ilence, we are actually foiced Medidal Society. i
isow thanthe Society meets aoth May iext
in SlatesvUlc, which is eentrallv and convient-
y situated fn Western N.'C., h affords a eon-
la I rte.
The opp siiion further Sonlh is based
upon the detestation of the mode of rais
ing money by the system of Internal
Revenae taxation. If we'have free trade,
the Internal Revenue system or direct
taxation must be. resorted to fir the" ex-
class of I penses ot the Uovcrnment. Ilence the
phys'ciansj young men, who are pi opeiilyquali- disinclination to accept the issue as pre-
tied and would receive license from the Board,
composed ot some nail dozen physicans, ;wlio
are not rigid but liberal, but from neglect or
business, djiSculty of access to the Board &c,
a I . a : rwa t ; W ' '
i nave laiieatto apply, l lie examining Jioard
Market House SotD. We under
tand the market bouse has been sold for
S4 025. This is about lialf the original
cost, to say nothing of the interest on the
money, repair, It deems to us a sin
gular way for a municipality to getent o
debt to sell its property ! at less thai half
the priuiP cost. f
Pouiteeu months ago we believe the
s.ii.iii -cinrio were Liireu O-i.U JJ I Of
I he ma: ket-hotie, and ( they bad not
been prevented from selling might have
gotten SGOOOj but they-worn enjoined
when it was not the intention of the Board
to sell uulcss somethiag appioxiruajiig
I ho valu of the propefty was offered.
Tint it is now sold at a great sacrifice nil
will admit. Whether ijie sale has been
confirmed beyond the right of rcconr ider
aii.ju,is n question, lWwheilier binding
or not it deserves to bj recorded for lb
Wiicfit of our children, as a grat tiiuinj.h
a a financial scheme.
, MEDICAL. BLUNDERS. '
From the period "when surgeons applied
their aalres to weapons instead oT wounds to
the present wide-awake age, the medical pro-
. " L ! la? 1 . jf f.t'
lessioauxa vitcu uuwiuiogij laaeu siue wuu
Disease in its conflicts with the boman rjs-
tem, Evea, yet in spite of the teachings of
centuries of experience, some physicians be
lieve In depleting their patients, already se
riously exhaate! by sickness, with powertol
racuants, einetics. salivants, cautbariJal
plasters, or tl)e llneet. Bat pruiJenfially,
publie intelligence is ahead of these uWieal
fossils, who belong of the light, to the era
of the CrusadVt f That powerfal ally of na
ture in its warfare with the causes of sickness
Hostetter's Sjtoinaco Bitters, has opened the
eyes of the masses to the paramount impor-
taoce-of increasing the vital strength of the
body when menaced by d'sease. They vn
dersiand that when the atnospiierie eondi
tions are adverse to health, it is wise to rein
force the system with a wholesome touic and
stimulant, ajid thus enable it to combat and
repel the defresssiug inflanen-e of an incle
ment teinpecatnre. If the e mstitotional and
animal powers were alwaya thus reruited in
the presencejof danger, the Uiortality frun
cuumjtioi, bronchitis, chronic rhemalisin.
ice., would Ue tmicb less than it now is. Th-
cause which produce croups, colds, quinsey
diptheria and catarrh seldom effect astrooc
and active ital system ; and of all viulixing
preparation. Hoetrtter's Bitters has proved
the ;non etbrient. It is not claimed tbatl
this ilaiMiarjil tonic is a specific for long aud
throat maladies, as it is for dysepsia. liver
eo:nplai:it -jid iutennittents. but it is uuhesi-
:atiug1y asserted that it is the bet-t known
safegiuird igaiust all the atinofpLeric ele
ments of disease.
TPonrl t ivii aaTTi
' AiD CIAIR DEALER.
Is now receiving ber IS pritie Sttick ftff.. l
xertjixx HataGoonk I ,i
Slieresr-rct fully Invitra the ladies of SaliiaW
and anrreiinding Country te gi ve er a call mZ
examine her goods. Will goaraotre aaiUfaVtjp,
ooui as to price ana got, brr stock is etirtr
new, and as cheap as 4J of lheame clam U
market. Lbsa STBJildirT HiitiWivrrt. ... i
which a liberal price will be paid, Acy kind
ir wots in nue 10 ofuer. vrwari
btasnptng a too Cone o order. I lata, (uGJ
vr MttHs, ineaaura tn iDounutig at abort
Stit donr to J,
ea ImmU$ iilrrct.
SalaJmry April 1
mrU 4 Terror $
APRIL 16 th, 1B7&
MORE NEW GOODS)
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R. & l. MURPHY
and opening titlr large aad
SPRING AND SU3I1IER GOODS.1
are now receiving
beautiful stock of
Iuimctant TO Guardians. - Hi
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";y, staicsiiat. pass any law iiupi.r.ng thj U,rM,r JuJ C1ld j,, , .
oblia ition ol contract L, . .
lttheremedy isaprt,ftleoligio1,!r',"l, ,,,r' l iU l-'te ; Term of R,w.u,
ofit.he contract, a clearer fcase of impair- j S.ipcfl tr court stated tint (r iirdians
ment cjiii hardly o?cur thliu is presented required by law ti mike aautial re
in; the record belore us.
The jtffect of the act. in
indeed merely imp
reSniedy. I here is none
act reaches still further.
re us. J
b act. in 6'
of this jt
p tir, it la
ies ion, under
left. B it the
turin of thrir trnst. a id to renew ,lheir
G.iirdia i bonds o:ic every three years
and that a failure on their prt to comply
with tbose reqtirmf?itaimt'lft them liable
t) I'ldictiUJUl. II ; nUh iintru teil thn
tlini land from the l en of jtho judgment, j ., lge ;f prolate to report to the solicit
and thus destroys a vested right of pro! ' . T V , T 7 t- " ! ' lT T ' f" ,"TW
.rtv which the creditor L :?,nnJ inM bj dti,,;l1 " "t j '" ,veeen cured by h,s nolde reme.ly
to discriminate against N. C packed Hav
In favor of Western and Kastern packed,
of the former we can load our ears to their
full capacity and Ij have frequently h an
ted as much as 23 000 to the car. bur
present rates on North Carolina packed,
Charlotte to Columbia, is 45:ta per 100
i TVbencvcr the j N. C. eliippers dr.ee
pack their Hay toj ever asproxiraatethe
"Western Standard I will reduce my rites
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corrc'pendingly. ; ?
y ' Very Respectfully J
IT. R. DORSEY, G. F. A.
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Theabove letter was written by the Gen
eral Freight Agent of an important trunk
cf Rail Road in South Carolina in response
to interrogatories wade by Mr. T. .
Thomas eonceyniug the excessive freight
charges on North! Carolina packed bay,
and it will thus be seen that unlessojir
People are more particular in packing their
bay, they will lose the trade. There
should lie a greater quantity put nj a
entailer space Bales that now weigh
;u!y two hundred pounds should be made
'to welrh ix or seven hundred- and more
securely put up.! Farmers mid better
' make a bote of this fact as they will 'find
it a matter of some importance to them
FEDERAL JUSTICE !
o pears, a
onet yeaf ago one Mauling ()
citizen of Concord, was r. etid
by tbe.hederal autboiitica on a charge of
being connected with a gang of counter
ieiters, and brought before U. S. Commis
lioncr Iloweiion at this place, an aceoiint
f which I we wullUhed at the time. How-
crton required a bd f one thousand
dollars for Iris appearance at the next
Federal Court. After some little trouble
; 4 ipeani gave the bond and appeared puiiet
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niii riiuc womw ma caao was poei-
poned, a new bond was givcu; and; the
ame thing probably occurred at auoiher
When Judge Dick held his Court at
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tatesvillo ! last August "or September
pcars made- his appearance as nsnaliand
begged fori a trial. U The Solicitor, bWs
ejver, was not ready and the case had to
; 1)0 'postponed.
Bat lo 1 Judge! j Dick is not satisfied
rith the bond, although it had been found
atropiv sufficient before. lie must haVe a
Ixinii of twenty-five hundred dollais
rtjpeairi bogged ; hisf counsel protested' but
in no avail; the bond must be given
Spears Was unable to give it and, of course.
lie went to Inil. , where ho lay for seven
I Jong months, nil jhrough this tenable
1 Wiuter Witliout fire and badly clothe! ;
lay uulil bii extremJUes vwere a prolusion
sentrd by the World.
As we have had occasion to say here
tofore, we think any effort to form a new
partv, or to put forth new issues, is at iheJ;
preseni lime, in aoviseu. n e oae eouu
thing el?e to do just now. We believe
in the principle of Free Trade, but wc are
not. prepared to say that it is the only
principle worthy of being-one of the tenets
of the Democratic Party.
.I.U ...I. C .1... 1.. . j ...I.:.... i t-jrin of ttlJ IS.KIi'riOr (5 mrt I r ilit I'
ine mii run oi iou reiueujr io wircii lie waa . . -. " v.n-
ciititled by tlni law as it aood when i he ;
j wliu-jtit was recovered, git is in iff itj Guardian, and prsnil ropros-ntative
taking ione person's nroyeriy and giving wli.ibnv.. b .., nui; -. . i i.-
"i . . , ' iV . .. , wuu uaveDjcn negligj.it in mikii returns
tix another with -ut compensation. I his . , , , ...
is! contrary to reason Jd fi.simo. a.l to!' reflure'I Uw will please take no
tl;i fuijd.imeiitrtl principles !f he soei il j ticc a"'1 Soyc theimclvcs ace irdinly.
The Rev.fWilliam H. Norton, while reridin?
in Brazil a' a Missionary, di-H.-ovi-ri.sl in ili.il
land of medicines a rvniely fur Cotiiir.ipt:on,
S rofula, Sofe Throat, Coujlis, Colds. Asihina.
and Nervo'U Weakness. This remedy liacnrel
tnjFielf nfier(a!l other medicines had fallal.
Wicliinj to benefit the sulli-rin, I will send
the roi ipe for piejariiig and n-.i:i this renix-ly
to all who desire it Frke ok (.'iii;;f
l'Kae si-Od an enveloe, wiih yuur name and
address on it. Address,
ReV WILLIAM II. NORTON,
Feb. ST, If. AVr York t Vy.
P A CARD.
A Clergvan, while re.i.lin in 5outh Ameri
ca a uiUsiiaiary; disctivered a safe and simple
remedv for the Cure of Nervous Weakness
Earlv Decay, Disoasj of the Urinarv and Semi
nal Organs,! anl the whole train of disorder
brought on by baneful and virions habits. Ureal
Consisting of Dry goods for Ladies asd Oeata
wear ol all Uixnpttotis. r , j. .
BU5JTS & SIIOESJ
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Fur, Woo! and Strawjllata for Ci jaU aa4 boys,
In fact all a.-ls enteral j keptjin a first claai
general stock, alik-hithry are (tiling lew far
c.h .r bartv-r. Ami they rexvtfully sk
examination of tlteirstticK before soak in r vm
par.bao as l Ley ard drtcrauued: to sll at Us
I ! !
They lake lhi o;-p"rtnnity of retnrninr tkeir
thanks for past lav.-- ami hope by fair aij
honest lU-aliuand 4iicl allcuuln to buMacas
lo merit an HtcreaM
R. & A. M
S.i!iOinry, April it 3mom.
cfjmpact.- Cladrr vs. Bu!l3 Dull, 3SS,
I7UI III Cfc .-rillltU .fill 9 I.O IOC v-'U
stun io ml aspect of thecises. A few
fitnhr remarks wiil be 8uficicnt to dis
pose of it.
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It involves n question wgicli h is not I
Will They Make a. Statkuext 1
We havo been nsked whether the present
Town Board before retiring will i iblih
No. ISo. December. Tr.itii, 1S72.
venient opportunity for this worthy 'class of
physicians; lo meet ihe Society, go before the 8UPREME"COURT OP THE UNI
Board and place themselves in full accord with
the prof ssjln and seperatc themselves ''in 1 iw,"
a3 they now ate in the good opinion of the pe -
pie they M)or among and in fact, from the
worthless pretenders, i t jl
r i ! ;
The worthy young physic' an but without
license, WQiild be made to feel "very cheap" to
be non-suited before a magistiate or in the Court
TT J.l?. 11 . ' . if l
nouse in Ripi lor iie collection oi a weu earneu
fee, merely Ibecause he had not conformed to the
law obtaiiiihg a license to which his qualifica
tions entititjd him, for a deploma would avail
John ITlcK. Gunsi, PJajililT
! in Error vs.
! Charles F. Barry
In error to the Supreme Courts ojf the
State of Georgia.
Mr. Justice Svrayne deliver
ed the opiniosi ol'thc Couri.
This is a writ of error to the Supreme
befen more than oucu fully .considered by ja 8laieineut of ibe receipts snd disburse,
tliis court. , . m ints for (he year eudiijg May Is'. 1S73
ueorg.a, s.ncc sue came iiho ine Union j We are not able to answer wh.t the n,n.
se:it Board w ill do, but Mippose it w ill, a it
is made obligatory by tlie charter lo do so.
as one of the oiigiaal (hirteentates, li t
never seen n suiie oui me utoion. ii.fr I
c ii?titutional riphts were, for time, no
ci'Sarily put in abej'ance, but hr cimstit-uli-.n
il disaljiljties and obligations were in
nowise eilVcted by her rebellion. The ; held nt Charlotte a fcW
stme view is tobelaketi of the provision
iui .her organic law and of the statute i.i
q'lj'Stioii, as-4f she had been in fi!l cotn
mUnioni with her sister states wthen she
give tliem bviug.
iThongh h r constitution was sanction-
e liy Congress,, tins provision can in no
Prompted llv a lesiretoleue!it the afiiicied and
iiutortuaate, I will send the reeijie for preparinp
and uia this inetlieine, in a x-.iUil envelope,
lo nnv ooe iv lo neeU it. Frcr nf diary.
Adlrcs$, JOSEPH T. INM AN,
Station I), Itible llo'i-f,
Feb.27-rf. Veir 1VI CVv
N E vV A 1 ) VERTI SEM ENTS.
'PlIE ACCNTAL MECTIXfS ,.f Si.K-kh.dd-I-
er of.ihe L'litraw and Silisttorv Itailroad
Company will be bell at T.'o ai.ee! S. C' on
etluel it ihe 14tli d:iy of May next, at 11
J. II. McIVER, Sctt'y.
Llicraw,,r5. c. is .April 7.5.
Q. a. aicCoy. j Jj I,.Bailey,
Kr. u. mcuox & co. ;
tirooer and lVrion Merrhanu ami whole.
sale dealers in Cifectioaries,1 Dried fruiUL
lotijcco nnn grain I . It
old Font, x.lc.
Wool, Uhlcs. I -
and all kinds of Omh'ry Pro-ltieei Cotton varnai"-
fa V" - t m "f . '
lAMiiexiii-s, .aiis, tywaer, ana al Uil, always
on hand. f L . 1
Asreuts f.r the best guano ami phophlra. '
sijuse be considered an act of thai body. ,". .
'ITie Finclion was only permissive as a ! ,,,s',a
The wav to Dj It. At a m.eing
nights since for
the purpose of norotnati'tg caudidates for
the offices of Mayor and Aldermen of that
place, nearly f.mr hundred citizens turned
out, and I hey agreed upon a ticket which
they will elect. Chuhilte his a popula
tion hat three or lour hundred larzer Mien
nothing or is a witness in Court touching some Court of the State of Georgia.
medical artd Surgical question involved in a suit, I On the 12 h of May lSGGVlhe plaintiff.
h".s blood might be made to tingle in hischeecks, in error recovered in the superior court of, add unequivocal, the result would Ifo the
lv nermissive as a ' "?uar7. I we can t get up a meeting
j ' -
part of the process of her rehabilitation, ! uCre 10 exceed forty in iinmber.
a-)d involved nothing affirmative orliiea
tivc beyond that event. II it were expires
to be fl'ppahtly asked by
ben behind 1
yer, with a
over the bri
y some ert, dajij er law-1 Randolph county a judgment against Win.
his ear and a noseghnsj R.Hart br the sum of S102 30 principal,
dge of his nose if he was a f'licenscd and 00 interest up to the judgment
with the view to lretk the forcj f and costs. An execution was issued upon
h s tetini06v and then with tbe same object be the judgment, and placed in the hands of
the delciidant in. error as shc-rills ot that
county, lie was thtrby commanded to
classed by ' lum amons those whose testimony
- I i F i.
was .not worth any thing.
The Society and of course the Beard, is migra
tory." It meets for instance in the Eastern one
year, in tlid Miadle next, and then in the West
ern part of the State, with the view to conveni
ence at sotuc lime to all the physicians in the
State. - I
The Rajj Koads usually charge half j fire and
make the sum alove mentioned and fur
ther interest uroi the pi incip 1 from the
I2ih of May, 1S66, and the costs. The
plaintaffin error n quested him to levy
upon a tract of land of 2?. seres, bolong
ing to Hart, the 'defendant jn the judg
ment. Barry refused. He assigned as the
only reason for his re(us:il tlmt the tirimidps
generally-oflbr the htspitalitief of ilttf.n ... off t Hrt nnrlpnl.;. orvi.
tl.cir houses to those attending as they do niin- ,iim8 0 lhc act mi8,cd bv tbe Ge, eral As-
inters &c.,;tjttending Presbytery &c. y i -ernblv of the State, and atit.rovedOe.io-
The law attended to if it can be fully carried bPr !t Ififif). r ntitled " An not to t,;.4..
eets the bearty co-operation bf tlje' for setting apart a homestead of realty and
people will eventually do much good in tluniijg personalty, and for the valuation ot said
the ranks to ' those not properly qualified aujd property, a. d for the full and complete
eneouragejthe true physician to solve'many of prctectioTTand security Ot the 8 me to (he
the mysteries of the healing art, which any well sole nse and benefit of families, as req uir
educated physician will candidly confess are as ed by section Hist of article seventh oi the
constitution, and for other purpose."
Gunu tliereupon petitioned ihe superior
court of the county tor a writ of mauda
mus to compel the sheriff to m ike the
The petition set forth that the land in
question was the only property known to
him subject to the lieu of bis judgment,
except a tract of 2S acres of the value ot
$100, situated iu the county of Stuart,
which was also included in the homestead
lo set apart ; that the premises in ques
tion Were worth the sum of $1,300, and
that they embraced a much larger uumber
of acres than, the -real estate exempt from
levy and sale by the laws iu force when
the judgment was recovered, and when
debt oa which it was founded was contracted.
It does not appear that these allegations
numerous aoiost as the Stars.
In concludinc this communication, now twii-e
as long asjijitended when I began,! allow me lo
digress a tittle not too much I trnst. j -i j
I observe that the Rev. Wm. II. Norton la e
missionary to Brazil (he says) and the pious
Joseph T.IIh man, Station D. Bible House N
(I say pious because of his addresajiave both
again af tef a. lapse of several years, commenc
their labotpf love for afilicted mortals; here b
low by adjrertising in the papers yours incln
ed-!-offeii to send free of cost to kny one send
ing their address, recipes that will surely) curie,
as it did them, many of the most fearful diseases
known toiauman flesh blessed, benevolence !
blessed, charity 1 There is more of good in; poor
human n si tire than we are in the habit of giviijg
it credit foe human i nature is'ntjso bad after
all we aays said so. No one can doubt their
. m . Z.
same. L-ongress cannot, by uuilionition
or!. ratification give the slightest cfft;c& to a
state laAV or constitution in conflict vith
the Constitution of the U iite.1 States
That instrument is above and b.'yondthf
p(wer of Congress and tbe states, and is
- .i 1! . . . 1.1 S
atiKC ouiigamry upon ooui. 4
A state tan no more impiirau existng
contract by a constitutional proviciou, tljau
by a legislative act ; both are within the
piioltihilion of the national C nstit u: i.n
;The legal reuiedieaior the enforceiueiit
of a couiract, Av-iiio!i belong to it nt tr
time and place where it is made, are a p.m
otlits obligation. A slate may change
thetnw provided-f.be change involve no iu)
p.i'n ment ot a substantial right.
! I F I be provision of ;he coiislii iilion. or
Jack Fkorst From var ous pirls of
the country ihe news comes of tbe dis
t uctionol fruit and vegetation by the frost
last F.iuay, night. At this point thvre
w is a heavy frost with' ice, but there ia
still a good deal of fruit not killed and
v get itiou nnhanued. In counties below
here the frost was muck' more severe.
m a a .
ol a State, Ixll W lt'ilt)
nef. One siffns himself Rev. ihe I were denied
i i " - ; I .w aau -a a Mutiva
-E.I ! U A II- "
other resides at a Bible .House, selingi bibles 1 1 t'iat there is any controversy upon the
guess. - Aie oussionarv morions spent j many l euoieci.
years am4 the poor heathen in far oft Brazil.
V-. .1.'.. y !. i J jLIL. I .
Aiuw iuiumc Bpvuuiug ins oeciiming years m
home, he still has an everflowing joy m pat by fx
his fellow pen who are not heathens j-bnt si f.
fering (row bodily diseases he continues 1 is
good worlj, it has become a habit with Mm lie
bestirs whji little he has left of worldly goods no
spent among the Indians In teaching us now I o
eare onrseivaB. I must write them both1 anil
After a full hearing tbe court affirmed
the validity of tbe act in its restrospec
live aspect, audi gave judgment agaiust
the petitioner, t he supreme court of the
State affirmed this judgment. ;
! The first section of seventh article oi
the constitution of Georgia ot 1SG3' pro
vides that ''each head of a family, or
guardian or trustee of a family, or miuor
ill?: CMieory I.i.sj nenlimd, they are t
thlit i xiei.i utllrly void. They are. foe
all th puruos.-s o( the contract which they!
iupHi.-,;as it ih -y had .never existed.
sT.ie eoiistitufioiial provisi'Mi and statute!
i ' " i ' -i i r . . a
mjie qu siiuo, are rieany wiimu mat cale
girv, 'ii.d am. iJn-rt-fue, void.
jTlii. jtirdisdictional prohibition which
thpy co.itaiii witn repect, to .the courts ol
the ftate, can, tTe'ref.re, lorm no impedi
ment tothe plautiffin errorin theenfoice
mpit f Jiis rights touching this judgment
as; those righia ar.'! recognized by thi
conrt.-r White 'vs. Hart, 13 Wall., G4G ;
Vloi lloffmin vs. The City of Q iiuey,
fPiie judgment of t!ie Supreme Court of
tjrforgt.i is recovered, and tbe cause wiil
bd; remanded to that curt with directions
to enter a judgement of reversal, to reverse
the judgment of tlie superior on it of Ran
dolph county, and thereafter to proceed in
comioruufy to this opin.on.
! D. V. MlDDLETOV
I C. SC. U. S.
The Price of a .Jcdgcsitip The
New Yoik Sun publishes a letter from its
correspondent in Utah alleging that the
Hon. L. J. Drake, of Pontine, Mich., and
formerly associate justice of Utah, for and
in consideration of the snra of $1,000 re
signed one year before his term expired,
and nad appointed in his place the Hon
Oped y, Strickland. The fact came to
light throngh an action instituted iu the
courts of that Territory by Drake against
Strickland for the money, for which tbe
latter had executed hi note
SALISBURY, N. C. 1
April 2Gih 1873.
EJitom Watckman: Tlease give place to the
following truthful lines of the celebrated Moore,
on a subject couviently worthy the space they
I DO confess, in many a sigh,
My liiw have breath'd you many a lie,
And who, with audi delights iu view,
Would lose them for ailic or two?
Nay look not thus, with brow reproving:
Lies are, my dear, theoul of loving!
II halt' we tell the girl- were true,
If half we swear to think and do,
Were aught but lying's bright illusion,
The world would be in strange confusion!
If ladies' eyes were, every one,
As lovers . wear, a rail but sun.
Astronomy should leave the skies,
To learn tier lore in laities' eyei-I
Oh no! believe me, lovely girl,
VVheti nature turns yohr teeth to pearl,
Your neck to snow, yonr eyes to lire,
Your yellow locks to golden wire,
Then, only then, can heaven decree,
Tl.- . -- I i I I
iiuu auouiu live lor only me.
All persona having notes or account against.
me a re hereby itotitK-d io itoh-ih theio will. in iJ
days, or tlxs notice will be il.-uid in bar nfiv.
The puUic rre also notifiol against Iradirj:
f.r a note taken by me, (but now l.l tr midaid.)
signed Jas It. Il'ufiy. for the sum of $200, and
dated in ItfTl.
! KDWAIU) I1UITY.
April 2th 1373-6t.
SAtisiiuair, ij. o.
Practice in Rowan and adj'i:ing conn
Spciil attention paid to
One of the firm always at the office.
L.VM) fjr salk.
Pursrant to a decree of the Superior Court 1
wi,! m- it public and ion nt tlieLotirt IIoue in
Saii-bur.-j on Wcilnestiay lt of tMober l."73,
I0i4 :u r of l.ind on I lie WilksUiro Koad sUml
mites ?i. V. i,f Salisbury, adjo niug A lan.
L-iiu, Atr.-i:m Na-Ji and o:! ers.
For turtiier pirticilars s -e Mrs. Hliz-ibetl;
Miller, who lives on the land, or J. M. llorali
1 ernis .jO cash; balance on C mouths credit.
Title referred as seeuritv.
I i 1m,'k' fi' Mountain I Apfdea. Far '
iUV'saleby j (J. ii. MdUllY d (A).
nir lot of ctaantrv riml larn. For sals
low l.y j , O. G. McUY A WJ.
April 17, 1873 jf '
rilBWENTf ET1I ANNUAL MrXT-.:
I IN'if of the luflical Society bf tbeSiatraf
X. c :, M A Y 2UT1 1 I f73it 1 1 aW
J Jl IS McKl-K. M. I), ' -Swttar
Medical Socirtr, N..C.L j
April 17 if. , j
1 j r '
XVIOCH Ci. I3HOWI7. are now receiv
ing eir usnat lare 4ovk of Spring UoaJa,
Consi.ling of all clasrsai of goods adapted to ikia
iection of Country! - "j - 5 f
Tiieir tn k is fu)l and complete 5n all descrip7
tion of l'riots, li. k and Rrown iVwaeatics, j
Linens and Drill-J Dress poodaj in tbe newM
-lylos, Indies' realr tnadesuit, a roust beautiful
selection of U.iiiit-rA and Coaliiig. 1'antJrsn
of all kind'. Their tock of Clothing, iJiirtsaad
fiirnidiiog goo. Is i ihe largest and tmmA dVairw.
Me io U- f.ond in this market. X full and cosa
p!eie l k of Shofs, Ila llosey gloves, RIW
Their terms arejstrictly cah aid barter 'whk
a few exceptions. jTW who are reliable sad
prompt in Myioghrir acoaiutsit afford thev
pleaMire '.a ii i4ruodt. To 4-Qabl tLeM !
-ell giod at close jj.rices, which Ibey are drier,
mintil lo do, ihls p.Ct-y has Utt i adajited, vhea
V'xxls arc sfihl on linle to indltcrimiriate partirs.
heavy roses wil! dciiir from tbe jlUnkruj4 ana
Homestead provhdWaof lh law, and when bea
are sitstiiictl by raereLant, it Is a well staled
fact that och Ue are met and it i rvaaoaa
l!e to MiMMe thai Cv sxrs l lie niade Up as
Or 1 for you, as night and morn.
We've swearing kUa'd; and kissing
And now, my gentle hints to clear,
For once, I'll tell youitruth, my dear!
Whenever you my chance lo meet
A loving youth, whose love is sweet,
Long as you're false and he believes you,
Long as yon trust and .he deceives you,
ISo long the blissful bond endures;
And while he lies, his heart is yours:
Hut, ohl you've wholltr lost the' youth
The instant that he tells you truth !
i rUOUAB MOORE.
Theft or a Coffin. A coffin isn't
certainily a nice sort of , 'thing to ateal. bo'
we remember to have seen an article of
that description in the dept of stolen pro
uertv here in New York. In Portland.
list week, au undertaker bewailed the loss
ol that fuuitnre. Ue advertises that if the
thief will: return it, he will trim and line
it nicely for the theif'sl own nse. with a
silver elate handsomely engraved, aud no
J ust ion -asked. N. Jt. Tribune.
FI.1KI.WPOKTLD K.NGM.l VI.CiS.
Latge size) f r Framing or f9r Portfdios.
This catalogue of engravings comprises a 1'im
of elegant works, from the U-vt American and
hurorean artists. Lvcrv variety of subject i
represented lrtraits, IaieWapes, Animals,
r igures, 31arlne lews, and lIitoriral Pictures
rrnm sudi well known artists as LANDEKS
IIKKK1NU. WILKIEKOSA IiONHKUH.
O V E R n 0 0 I ) I F F K R E X T S U B J K C T S
Tliey are of all sizes, from I'lxl'i to 2dzt0
and ean be sent by mail or express i.rruaid
carefully done up in roller, and without injurv.
Price, from $1 to $1G, according to size.
tSJ discount made on large purchases.
I ATI LOU hS SKXT i'Ct.KTO i ihDZVSS.
, We a!o furnish the
FIXE STEEL EXG RAVINGS.
(Small lUO for the rsrtfa.lr, rrsp-vrk sr
Illai i attcs.
Thej engravings hive appenretl in the
Et l.tCTiC lAGA7.lNKaiideoui.iiM.Ml.r l'ort rails
of nearly every dUlinguULcd man of the jiast
ami present cenlnrie.
O.ir li-t r.ntain port r its of IIHTOP.I WS.
POKT.-i ARriST.S, WAKKIOi:, KIX1SS
STATrMEX. UlTOHlc AXli IDi:L
I'lcrrup.Es, As ,tc.
Xealyi30J DIFKEREFXT SUPJKCiV,
Tliey are printed on difTTn-nt i-';,l .
cither saiall size 7x 10, or ouarto 101 12, and
can in? sent l.y mail, carciid'y dune up in roller
prepaio, io any auoreM.
rilce'sns'I sUe. 10 !. itrt lzt 15 e s.
A rpeciiun of each tize and catalogue mtutonrt-
eripi-of z. erni.
CATALCKZUESSEXT FREE TO a XT ADDRESS.
-U. JL. rsx.70ZTt rnbUaher,
i w FULToy sr, kvt York.
May J, tC
for as pr.it-tieal!r, pus on Ihe h wl aymgroa
touiers, Tbt- iuvje d -lerodaeil la stop tkia wr
i of doii.2 Ihikiji. - beeHiii2 at Ipe Iwwertcaak
and barter prints! sad treut no man who ia
unwurthy of it. j . I - f -
They are ihanknd to tbetr diMy frWnda srt4
customers tor il.ei v-ry lileral cUstoan aad row.
tid.no-, .oid lo; by sc llinlloos. (Joodsat low
prices lo secure thirivntiiined (avor. i
March 27 tf.- I I j
AXD AliliniYE STOCK, OF
SPRING !AND SUMMER
1 1 I r i
arc now recrivinetaHheir Sinrei ibeif larre aal
well selected slot k lofpringandrSubiiner (Wis.
t.nisiing of Dry poods. Notion, Kfady-ad
Clothing of the very Ulet Style, llardwsrf,
Grcs cries, RooU and Slwies, I(ats Ladies fod
Gents in fact all goods which ire usually kept
in a ntvi cliss (,toeraI htock which ibey art
selling low for Caili ' buyer. All we ak H ft
you to call and examine our stock before P"'
chasing elewhcrej j
We return o:ir airarere Ihank for p3 Uiett
and boe by fair dealing and strict allcallca W
boxiness to merit an increase, j
All kinds of prosltu-e ukert at the bl
market prices in esrbanre (or pssls.
Bargains! Bargains ! !
In order to make room ior ray Sprisf
stock, I am compelled to sell off ray rt
mainivff Winter Stock eonsistiog ! f
READY MADE CLOTIUNO, HAT8,
lJCfOTS. ANDiSIlOES, a al) of hick
GREAT BARGAINS are! given. ! i
' Feb. C, tf
r . :