The Supreme Court has decided the
pending ease against Mclver, and in la
ear of the Trustees appointed by the last
Mr. D. Fleming, of Spartanburg, B. C.
wns instantly killed Tuesday, by a falling
Fall, while standing in front of hid store.
" Col. Adrmfiel, Speaker of the Senate,
and J. L. Robinson, speaker of the House.
have been appointed Vice President" of
the N. G. Agricultural Society,
Andrew Johnson, the great vetoiet,
baa been elected U. S. Senator from Tean.
He will be apt to make a flatter iu the
United States Senate.
General iumsides and Fen ten Ran
dolph are elected U. S. Senators from
Rhode Island and New Jersey respec
Col Jas. M. Hioton, of this Slate, but
who has been residing in Norfolk the lost
few years, died in Norfolk a few days
9ffe 0' .
The people of Alexander Co., have in
structed their representatives to vote for
Two negro thieves, Bill Davis and
Bam Nelson, were arrested and committed
to jail in Cii allot to a few days ago. They
had robbed a jewelry store in Spartan
burg. And the Observer thinks they
nave been connected with other robberies
in that section.
8everal bills are now before the Legis
lature pioposing to fix the rate of interest
on money. We think Mr. Pinnix's, o
Davidson, the best we have seen, bu
think that all forfeitures for violations
the law shopld go to the State or county,
and not to "any person who will sue for
the same.'! This countenances and en
Hon. J. W. Holden, Mayor of Raleie.
died pf dropsy at the residence of his
father, Gov. Holden, on the 20 inst. He
Was speaker o'. Ms Honse of Representa
tives In 1868. At different times he was
connected with the press of the Stato and
bowed much talent as a writer. He was
a fine speaker and possessed many notlc
qualities. He waa elected Mayor of
Raleigh by the Rads in May, 1874. Let
hit faults pass into the grave.
The State Supreme Court has decided,
all the Judges concurring, that Cloud, add
not Wilson, is Judge. The same Court
says that Moore, and not Hilliard, it
Judge in the 2nd District.
A State constitution that does not clear
ly define who is J udge is not entitled to
the respect of the people. And is it not
surprising that the Legislature, yet hesi
tates to remodel the instrument that no
body seems to understand, but which op
presses every body, n the name of
Heaven why dont the members send on
and ask Grant whether they may call a
Convention. If he says not, let them all
adjourn, go home, and confess themselves
THE LEGISLATURE. I
Thb body is still holding on. Jt has
perfected little wark of importance yet.
We think a bill will be passed, submit.
ting the question of fence or no fence to
the citizens of Rowan. Also a law fixing
the rate of interest at 0 or 8 percent; and
a law for the better government of cities
and towns. Tho old dog law will proba
bly be adobted, allowing each family one
dog. This it is said, is the best that conld
be- done. And we think and hope that a
Convention will yet be called.
We were in Raleigh a few days ago,
and we were somewhat favorably impress
ed by the Legislature. If it is not as able
as some previous bodies, we believe it to
be honest and incorruptible.
We were glad to see that our members
were not only attentive tp their duties,
always on hand, but quite popuhr and
The Editor of the Statesvile Land
ptark makes a despetate effort to be witty
in the last number of that paper, and we
art sorry that we are unable to appreciate
it is we no doubt should. He writes a
pretty good editorial when be ceases to
be facaetious. But be don't seem to under
stand this. He has three or four little
squibs in bis last paper which are directed
at as, and which he probably expected
would be regarded as pointed and spright
ly, bat the stateness of the bread which
has lain hurried for centuries beneath the
a&bes that covered the ancient cities of
Hereulaaeum and Pompeii, becomes fresh
and pungent beside these squibs of the
Landmark. The editor has been throw
jog his dull puns and pointless para
graphs in tbe face of the public so long
with impunity, that lie has come to ima
giue that there is really more in tbem than
bad taste and bad logic. His readers np
doubt think thera all right, and we there
fore hope that the Landmark will not pro
voke uc to expose them further.
t&- Grant cent a menage iu Qougnt?
a few days ego, asking th;it Lody to pnt
the coast defence in a condition for war.
Does it njean any thing? Is Grant
desirous of plunging the country into a
foreign war to divert attention from his
prime atrsinsl the constitution of his
country ? "Or to blind those who believe
im to be plotting to obtain dictatorial
powers 1 If war is thns forced upon the
country, we are for letting Grant and his
pets do the fighting. So far as the South
is concerned, 't ought never to go into
any war, so long as there is any interfer
ence by the Federal Government with the
Southern States ep long as any State is
trampled on as Louisiana is. The South
is either a part of the Federal Government
or it is uot. It a part, then southern
States have the right to claim the poor
privilege of self government without the
interference of Federal power. If the
South is the mere province of the Fedeial
Government and subject to the surveil
lance and arbitrary eontrol and laws of
that government only, then, it is time her
people kuew the fact that, they may
shape tbeir destinies accordingly.
Wo invite special attention to an article
in this payer from the Wilmington Jour
nal. We think the view there taken is
the correct one, and we are unable to un-
atand what show of excuse the Legislature
can now make for longer delaying to call
a Convention. The party -has spoken,
and the people, for the hundredth time,
through the State Executive Committee,
have declared in favor of a Convention.
Lhe Executive Committee is as much of
a representative body as the Legislature,
and is as capable of expressing the wishes
of the people, The gentlemen composing
the Committee came from all parts of the
State, fresh -from the people, and after
due consideration and with remarkable
unanimity passed a resolution, asking the
Legislature to call a Convention. Will
the Legislature heed tbe voice of the Dem
ocratic-Conservvtivc party and the wishes
of the people 1 Or are these to be disre
garded and spit upon in obedience to i
few timid and obstinate members of the
Legislature? For. decency's sake let us
hate a Convention, or let tbe Legislature
pass a resolution why jt is not called.
Everybody now knows thaj; the reason
given by those who oppose it is simply
timidity, fear of Grant, but we want it
spread on tbe State records as a part
the proceedings of the Legislature, if this
appeal tp onr (ears is really to prevail. It
will teach our children caution, make
them respect our Legislators, and venerate
the glorious government established by
Wendell Phillips writes a long letter to
the Boston Advertiser protesting against
tbe passage of any "civil rights" bill that
does not insist upon mixed schools, lie
says the Southern whites will npt destroy
their common school system if such a bill
is passed, calls their remonstrances "bul
lying bluster' and gives as a reason why
they con'j do it, that they haven't the
power. "Six or seven thousand negro
voters are not easily thwarted' he adds.
All of which proves that Wendell is Ptill
tbe same old ass he always was. Let
him pass such a bill, and see whether or
not we have the power Wilmington Jour
nal. How men that are afraid to call a Con
vention in a regular, constitutional and
orderly manner, lest Grant and Sheridan
will interfere, would raise no objection to
mixed schools. They would be afraid to
do so ; for Grant would be more likely to.
interfere in the latter ca&e than iu the
former. They would say let us have
mixed schools, for if we don't "the lives of
our women and children, onr liberties, aud
our all will be imperiled." Such was the
language of a late speaker, against Con
veution. fcet us all say grace to Grant
and proceed to eat dirt.
The Grand Jury has fouud 2,200 in
dictment in the county against parties
for failing to enlist their poll taxes, 1,400
of these indictments are confined to Ral
eigh towuship. It is stated upon author
ity that all parties paying their taxes to
J. P. Haywood, Tax Collector, before the
expiration .of his time for settling with the
County 1 reasnrer, will have their indie
ments withdrawn by the Solicitor.-
Uakigh Netcs. .
We learn that the Courts have decided
that any one liable to pay a poll tax and
who fails to list the same with the proper
officers, is subject to indictment.
AuoogiiciHirw me itaieign Uistnct
informs us that the revenue of. Wake
county will be iucreased 820.000 at least.
tbis year, by tbe decision that alreadv
about a thousand persons have come for
ward and paid who would not do so here
We call the attention of our Solicitor,
Mr. Montgomery, to this matter. Many
white people, aud nearly all the colored
people in tbis section have failed to pay a
poll tax. or list themselves for it. They
are all liable to indictment. Charlotte
We understand that many whites and
nearly all the colored of this section have
both failed to list and to pay j that they
nave been returned, nou "collectable, for
years past. There is no excuse for this
and hereafter, we hope to see the law en
The resolution as adopted read as fel
low ; j
Resolrrd by the Senate, the II oust of
Representatives concurring, That thenres-
ent Constitntion is unsuited to the want
of the people of the State, is check upon
their energy aud impedes their welfare
and that the people demand that the bur
dens contained in the' same shall bo re-.
moved from their shoulders.
Resolved J urther, that we, the Qeneral
Assembly, will relievo thera of these
checks to their welfare, prosperity and
happines", at the soonest practicable mo
meet hy one or tite other of tlte moaes
provided in the Constitution.
The above we extract from the Legis
atjve proceedings of last Saturday. 39
Senators voted for, and 9 against these
resolutions. Here then we have the al
most unanimous declaration of the Senate
that tbe Constitution is unsuited to tbe
wants of onr people ; that it is a check
upon their energy and impedes tbeir weK
fare ; and yet this same body is hesitating
a brut calling a Convention to change this
unsuited and oppressive instrument. A
resolution is passed renewing the promise
already worn thread bare, that tlte General
Assembly will relieve the people of this
constitution Well, if the members intend
to make good this promise, let them pro
ceed without delay to call a - Convention
for the purpose ; for this is the only way
they can relieve the people. By this
means thev can complete the work of
remodeling the Constitution or insure its
completion ; but in no other way. The
man is simply rtupid who imagines that
the necessary amendments to tbe Consti
tution can be obtained by the Legislative
mode, without entailing upon the people
dooble what a Convention wonld cost.
When it 19 understood that every amend
ment will require a separate bill, the
trouble and great expense of remodeling
tbe Constitution by the legislative mode
will occur to every intelligent reader
Then there is no certainty that any amend
ments the present Legislature may pro
pose will be adopted by tbe next, or' ap
proved by the people. If the Legislature
intends to do anything for the relief of the
people, it must call a Convention. 1 here
U no certainty in any thing else.
The above resolutions wero passed in
the House, on Tuesday last, hy a vote of
75 tor, to 25 against.
KIRK'S LAMBS REDIVi VI.
We made some editorial allusion on yes
terday, says the Petersburg (Va.) Index,
to the meeting of Methodist ministers (of
Uie rnoriuem uuurcii, ol coarse) held at
Boston, Monday, by which resolutions
were adopted endorsing Grant and Sheri
dan iu Louisiana. Since those comments
were made we have received from some
unknown friend a marked cony of the
Boston Herald, which contains a fnll re
port of the pious exercises of that occa
sion. As matter nf singular, though
melancholy and morbid interest, we copy
tne following extract from the Herald
We refrain from all remarks ou the occa
sion ; there is no language at our com
mand that rises to the dignity of the
theme, or that conld do it justice :
Pom the Boston Herald Jan. 10.
At the regular weekly meeting of the
Methodist preachers of Boston and vicmi
ty, held at Wesleyan Hull this forenoon
.1. i n . -r
me iecem aimcuuies in .Louisiana were
discussed at considerable length. Bishop
Bowman gave an account of what be
knew about the treatment of colored peo-
5 T ! . a
pie in Louisiana, narrating a number
instances in which they bad been shame
1 1 I J 5 1 "
iinty aoufea ana aepnvea ot me even
By invitation Rev. R. L. Ives, of New
lork, addressed the meeting and bis
speech was of the Radical kind. He d
clared there is altogether too much toad v
i&m on tne nart ot .Northern neon e
their treatment of the South.
lie said we are undertaking now
coax the devil out of the miserable whelp
down doutn, wnen nothing but strychnine
and cannon naght to be used. He rather
agreed with Phil Sheridan's declaration
during the war, "that if he had owned
hell and lexas he would leaa out Texns
aud live in the other place.'' Mr. Eves
administered a casticration tn the chnrpJi
declaring that there is not a paper in the
Methodist church that dares discuss tin
civil rights bill, and usk that it be enforc
I U - 3 1" 1 .1
eu. jae eam no oeuevea the mnnMt
rascals in the South are in the Methodist
church South. He declared himself
Radical of the strongest kind, and be said
he believed tbe more he l.a ed the rebels
of the South the more he loved God.
He declared he believed that the spirit
now rampant in the South has got to be
crushed out by another war. and he long
ed for the appearance of some colored
man able to become a leader among bis
peopie, wieioing tne sword and torch.
lie said the bishops ought to come out
publicly and declare the w bole tiuth about
be treatment of tho colored people in tbe
outu, Dot he didn t believe they would.
If i hey did, he knew they couldn't return
to the South, for if they did they would
be hung ; but he intimated that it was no
worse to hang a bishop than a minuter,
out he suggested if it was done it might
wake up the people quicker than an v rhino-
He thought the bishops were inn ten
der hearted and they reminded of the him
man who wanted to cut off his do'a tail
hut he was too tender hearted to ent it off
where it ought to be, so cut off an inch at a
time, 1 he speech of Mr. Ives was rer
ceived with frequent demonstrations of
approval ; some of his most Radical ut
terance exciting considerable applause.
J 1 J :.i 1 . r. ' '
uiiugicu wnn laugiuei.
We publish the above that our readers
may see what is thought of us by the
nasal-twang, psalm singing hypocrites of
New England. It is astonishing that
tbe thunder bolts of heaven be still while
such impious scoundrels utter sueh words
ii i vi.lrarlnA.. ..J Ll. f T 1 1 .
" " ibftcuucpo nuu tiuie. x uere is no
possibility for any permanently reconcilia
tion to be effected between the North and
the Sonth so long as such utterrances are
applauded by the people of either section
TIT W -
we can out pity any one who can feel
aud speak as this saintly rronsiers, Mr.
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Jan. 28, 1876 tf.
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Alex axdkr Countt.
Petition for Divorce
in this case it appearing that Auue How-
wan, the wife of Petitioner, William Bow
man ie a non-resident of the State of North
It is therefore ordered that publication b
mode in the "Watchman" anewsnnner nnh.
lisbediu Salisbury North Caro'liSafor six in-
surcessive wveks, uotifyiu? the said Aunt-
Bowman, Defeudeut to Hppear At the uext
Superior Court to be held for tbe County of
Alexander at the Court II. .use in Taylors
ville on the third Monday in March next,
and answer the complaint of the Plaint ill"
win in the first three days of said Term
thereof or the Plaintiff will take judgement
for the relief demanded iu the complaint.
Witness, W. A Pool clerk Superior Court
for Alexsuder County nt office in Tay'ors
ville, on this day of Jauuary. 1875.
is'! w. a. poor
. - C. 8. C,
Jan. 28. 1875-Gr.
DAVIDSON COUNTY :-IN THE SUPER
Jesse Lake Admu. op
Beverly, .SL aa.rr, Pi.tkf.
SpeneerSnrratt, Wm.Snrratt.Sr., Jsmes8arrstt
Daniel Surratt, Lewis Hurr.ttt, Uebssha Glover,
Clark LoflinA wife J.iuny, Jerry Morris A wif
rninw frka !.... .L- I... Ls. J . - . ...
. . 'r nmncxi menu m m.
t-eacovk Oarel Surratt A Spenoer L. Surratt,
STATE OF XOttTU CAROLINA,
TO THE SHERIFF OF DAVIDSON
Yoc Ann hereby Commaxded to Si m
mon. Spencer burratt. Win. Summit Kr
James Surratt, Daniel Surratt, Lewis Surratt
& Debosha Glover. Clark Lollin A wife Llnny,
Jerry Morris A wife Prances, Moses Peacock.
Osrel Hormtt ami and Spencer L. Surratt,
the defendan s above named, if to be
lound in your county, to he and sppcsr before
the CLERK OF OUR SUPEftloi! inl'RT
for Davidson County, st the Court House in
Lexington within twenty days from the service
of the summons, exclusive ol the dar of service
anu answer me complaint winch will be de
posited in the office of the Clerk of the Super
ior Court ot said county, within ten davs and let
thesaid defendants take notice that if they fsil to
. i a . a. a a
scribal hr w H.,l.;i;r ill " . ; ' u.
answer me said complaint within the time
KLLVZf 7L ' .fTT" 7V rV w "M!
court for the relief demanded in tl.r mm.
Hereof fail not and of tbis Minin.cn make due
Given under mv band and seal of said HnnH
this 10th day of January, 1876.
, . C.F.LOWE.
Clerk of the Superior Court of Davidson
County, and Jodge of Probata.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction
ol the Court that the defendants Gsrel Surratt,
snd Spencer L. Surratt, named in the forgoing
Summons, are non-residents of this Sute. snd
cannot after due diligence be found within
this SUte, aud that their place of residence
action relating to Ileal property m this Stats :
Order that the said Summons.
of which is hereto annexed, hw arvH
on said dsfendents, tiarel Surratt and Snencer
L. Surratt, by publicst ion of the same once
s week for six successive weeks in "The Caro-
ma Watchman" a newspaper published in the
town of Salisbury in the 8th Judicial District.
Dons at office in Lexington, this 22d day of
C. F. LOWE.
C. R f!
Jsn. 28, 1875. ow. iMnter lee ei050
Town Lot and Farm La ml
In obedience to a decree of lhe U. 8. District
Court, the undersiirned assieneea of Jelm Foster
in bankrupted, will proceed to re-ell on tho
Land in the North ward of the Town, known
ss the Ice Pond Lot. 8 seres of Land in tk
Town adjoining tbe Land of Hon. Brrton
1 acres known ss the Gravel Fit Lot. 181
res of Farm Lands 2 miles North WW nf
Town, adjoining the Lauds of Mrs. W. G. Mc-
Nsely, if. C . Dunham snd others.
Also a portion of bis Homestead in the
TERMS: One fourth Cash, balance Kir
Twelve and Eighteen months, in equal pay
Persnns wiahinv tn inuunl ik.
ty may do so by calling onus.
8. H. WILEY. A"1
Salisbury, N. C Jan. 19. 1875. (ata.)
When VOa Wont Hardware a
figures, call on tbe undersigned at No.
la ran ue now.
Ti. A ATWFTT
I Salisburj, N. C.May 13-tf.
20th day of r ebrnary, 1875, at the Court House J C to 0 Q r Day at home. Terms free
in Salisbury, begining at IS o'clock, the follow- " Address G. Stixtoh A Co
ing valuable Property belonging to tbe Said PortUnd, Mains, Jon. 19 1875 W
Jehu Foster, bankrupt, to wit. 21 seres of . . '
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Joly 16. 1874 If.
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The second five months term of this Institu
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C B. BARKER.
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Iec. 31 lino.
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it. - -
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Cirest indnremenls offered to pur
chasers of Km it. tNMlSnn. ltL
Straw Uerrv and Ilasnlrrr Ptanta
Price List now ready, with list of leading
varieties. Send lor iu
CRAFT A SAILOR,
Red Plains, Yadkin Co, N. C.
Ang. 8, lg74 tf.
Administrators Notice to Credit&rs.
All persons liavinc rlim r;n th.
i t ww ' vtaic
A"l'nan, deceased are herehv notifi.,1
o exhib t the ... tk-
ir n . . uiiMuuni on or
ueiore me lh rise nf J.nn.M a r 10-,
i aay or Jsnnsry, A. D. 1876.
THOMAS T. GOODMAN.
Jan. 6j8w!fA- UOUDMA
N. C. ALMANAC
FOR SALE AT SALISBURY
Patent count vriehu of Fan Mill Car ni,,v
wnith'a forges are offered for asle in any or sll
connUes west of Yadkin river, also tk. ,.,.
right of South Carolina.
Tha Kan son bs seen at L. V. Brown's Tin
Shop. Apply or write to
Thorn as ville, N. C.
Situations by thie Teachers of much ex.
peneace. Teach the English branches oalv.
rar.n It M a . af
w 1,1 ,nR" SnUries. Excellent refer-
eDoe APPJ Ht thui OtBee.
Kerosene and Soline Oil
At Reduced Price- at EN N I SS '
Next to Mcroney & Bro.
80UTHERN LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
The Lsoding Lift Company of the Sonth
I ass A juatea at
investments nmi T . i j . j
Annual rt-.A l. twi ,
Policies in Northern Comnniaa
, nuumt ims or additional amu,l r.ii
The Pioneer Life Cbof theRntnk .ki;.u
CU III lOW,
: 1 QUr ' I -
Net Assets iu July 1874, $2,248,026.35.
Annual Income (near t) 2 700 ftnft nn
A. L. ORRELL. X DRAYTOW Aa9&
2 Spocial Agent, Salisbury
rj, K. a Gen. Agents,
Jan. 1st 1876 1 mo.
Greensboro Prtriot, please ocpv four timas
snd send bill to thU OmcT 17 Umm
iu beautifying and protecting; li e graves
owtwij, i U A ug. 6. 1874 (T
WANTED 25 BUSHELS
Union Sets at
Nett to Moron, j A Bro.
Otier the best selection of Jewel rv to bs
onnd in Western North Carotins, f 'n sstim f
LADIES' AGENTS GOLD WATCHE1
Gold Opera and Teal ( hn i n,
rZVfi GOLD P LA TAD Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, GOLD PEXStde.
Thev sre sgent for lhe oriasaratrd
Spectacles fH Eye G looses
ed fr:n Minute Crystai PK It r.LVJi.
Watclics, Clocks and Ji w Iry rrfuired sad
warrant ci 12 mnnthe, c harges as low sa maL
tarn with good work.
Store on Um'm street. Z doors above XstMOsJ
P . 1374 ly.
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
By careful observation snd experiesca sf
several years in thr .Mercantile A 1
business we have been enabled la
pretty well, what the people nssd in
and ws have pnirhased oar pritut
wen assorleti stock with special ntutmu k
their wants We flatter nurseirm that wt n
nlense our friends and the public
both as to qnalitv and pries. OswsS
' of evervlliine usnallv krnt in our line
P t ann isble ( UTLKRY. PISTOLS as
. . . . s " " "
(iUNS. Bmrksmith .n.t i'.rnM...r'i TmIbI
. ..." . " .....
Trace, A all kinds of Wagon A Well
Wagon and Buggy Material;
Honse-bmldinjr Material, sorb as LOCK,
HINGES, SCREWS, Glass, NAILS. Itf.
Ac Best of white PAINTS, SADDLES,
BRIDL1-X, HARNESS, CHECK sad BCWX
Liaes ; Diaston's Circu lar A Upright
two and one roan Crosses and Hand 8aSs
ft. Gam and Leather Bsltisw; Plows ssd
now Moniu; Iron snd Stsel
on Tire ; Straw CatSers,
and ma.'ir other things too numerous to sses
tion . e invite all to givs as a coll, on
Street, 2 dooii Mass KlmUtfu Drm dssrs, ssd
examine oar kiock ana near
Special attention given to
SMITH DEAL A HARTMAN.
Salisbury, Not. 28, 74. I saos
CALL AT J. H, EmnSS1
D R U G
AS It presents Great Attraction toaJL sfS
cislly to tbe sick snd sfflictsd, From
fact be has on bond Large nod well sstsstsl
assort men t of
OILS, PATENT 1IEDICESZS
WINES, LIQUORS, sto,
Which be is determined to sell ss ehssf
cheaper than any Drag House in lbs Btasa
Colognes, Toilet Soapa, Combs, TssH t
If. B. Prescriptk
ALL HOURS OF THB DAT Ol
AT REDUCEB PRICKS. . .
JOHN H. BOm Aos
At C. R. Barker A o s. stand next