Tin1 .!Urniarlc Timet pays a deserved
liiuent to the IToii. Josiah Turner.
Wen re indebted to John 8. Henderson,
Eq., (or copiui of Ordinances of the Conven
tiou in advance of publication. We have sev
eral en hand now that are crowded out this
week. We thank Mr. Henderson for his
kindness and shall give the Ordinances as
rapidly as possible.
the qaetion. It was a simple proposition
to make final separation in white and
colored schotds, and only added two or
i hreo words to the original auction in the
Contiiatiou. f '
Mr. Wheeler did not see why the mat-
ter should be again postponed. The last
proposM.ion suited bjs ideas and was just
what he wanted.
O'Hara, col., wanted the matter post
. a m
was in tavor or
Fatal AFFBAT.T3-Mr. Bingham mem
ber oi the convention from Watauga coun
ty, has jnst received a private letter giv
ing an account of a deadly affray which
took place in that ccunty a few days age.
Win. Thomas, a noted character, had
a difficulty with Wilburn Swift, and
shot him through the hand. Swift then
drew a Unite and cut Thomas' throat in
Hiding a wound from which he died in
thirty minutes. Swift has the repntata
tion of a qniet, peaceable man, and the
killing was in f elfdeience. Sentinel 24i
Verily the wicked live ont bnt half
,thcir daye. Detperate, reckJess, bloody
minded men, though they may kick and
cuff and tyrannize over their f.llowg for a
time, ninety nine time out of every hun
dred, come to a bloody and terrible death
at an early acre. In like manner the
bully, the overbearing man who is fearly
brave when he imagines that thp object
of bid jirrath will not resent bis cowardly
jtnpudence, roou becomes Uie object ol
cotiUuiwt. Tin: world irets even with
both. It is dealjuy.
The Young Meu's Christian Associa
tion, of San Francisco, held meeting and
passed resolution e ulogizing the memory oi
Kulstuf), the detanller and suicide. Jiut
nuch rvltiui, ni-uiey-worshiping religion, as
bonsai Uieshiieeof aelF-muidered stock
gniubler and swindler, has set back tbe
hands on the dial plate of American
chifftiatiity and morality half a century,
and filled the land wiih scoffers and
Why, did'nt Colfat, Vice iWident,
lecture bci'oie C; hi is tain AfaocUiiinns by
speeiai invitation, af or be bad been con
victed of a fatal attack of Credit Mobilier 1
And is not Blether, the liberiiuo and
perjurer, the greatest Preacher in the
land 1 And does not Frothingham, and.
his school, demand and receive public
confidence and esteem ? And do not
Tsui ie CI f in and Mrs. Wood hull and
their ilk bold social communion with tbe
saints of Plymouth church. Why, sir,
when we look behind tin curtain into the
sacred precints of the saints it the moral
turpitude and rottenness of those who
officiate and do service there, we do not
wonder that tlie religion of tbe world's
Saviour h beginning to be regarded as a
clerk for hypocrites and scoundrels.
also all other grants, gifts or devises that have
been or hereafter may he made to this Slate,
and not otherwise appropriated by the 8t.t or
by the :er.ns of the grant gift or deviae, shall
be paid into the State Treaeary and together
with so much of the ordinary revenue of tbe
Htate as may be by law set apart for- that par
pom, shall be faithfully appropriated for es
tablishing and maintaining in this filiate a sys
tem of free public schools, and for other pur
poses of education.
Hec. 2. All monevs, stocks bonas ana wnw
property belonging to a county school fund ;
also the net proceeds from the sale of eatrajs;
n .1 i : r . i. i a iso
Omyin, coi., was m larur oi . lue pr - i . . . - .11 ..,h; and
ent proposition and did notsee aoy reason forfeitures, and of all fines collected in the sev-
for its postponement. en I counties for any branch of the penal or
Mr Huxtnn offered an amendment militarv law of tlie state; ana alt moneys
which shall be paid by persons as an equivalent
for exemption from military duty, shall belong
to and remain in the several conn tie, and
shall be faithfully appropriated for establish
ing and maintaining tree public schools in the
several counties of this Slate.
Tbe question then recurring on the passage of
Mr. Tonnree. offered the following amend
which provides that there, shall be no
discrimination made in favor of or to the
prejudice of either race.
Ordinance providing that the amended
Const ittittou shall be submitted to the
people of the State for ratification or re-
: - . st. i i ii mi
lection at the general election to De neld ment which waB adopted ; provided "that the
in the State in Movember 1876, the returns amount collected in each countv should be an-
to Kb made within 20 dava thereafter to nuallv reported to theSupt. of Public Instruc-
tlw nfcL3 JmiSm mi tl. .Q..nMm. f!nnrt tion" to tone in at the end of see 2nd
1 .. r i :.. .i After considerable disensfion the ordinance
or 10 inn A.w.uej . fcuC, j reading.
should be any vacancy in such omce; and M. MeCabe moved a suspension of the ralm
that if, upon such cauvaea, it f h ill appear to put the ordinance on its third reading. Failed
lhat a maturity of the votes polled were Ordinance o. 167, to amend art. 14, sec. i
. .u.. .,; .r ..uJ of the Constitution in reference to he rotation
1 1 mviii 111 lur . Hi luminal "iu.iiu I - i j , .
i i i . . I of Judges, taken np and the following substl
.Me.. , --. .. ... late recommenjed by tlie Committee:
rnn.Hinlinn ahnll onnalilnln futrt nr thai - -
. " , 7 r , ' , f REPOET OF THE COmnrTTEE ON THE JUDICIAL
uonstitution ot tne paie, ana snau taae - department.
enect as socn on tne nrsi oay or January, Coromittee on tbe Judicial Department,
1877. I to which was referred Resolution No. 187, have
Air Tourcee moved as an amendment considered the same, and recommended the
that '-f,,r i ho miulmmii" a, id Minai adootion of the followina substitute :
h mndme..ta" ho nrinted nnnn th . -.Th.eTJ J"d? of e Superior 0urt
. , . , - u r. . .T .. shall reside in the district for which he is elect
ucaeis, mateau oi "rauncauon or "re The Jni,, gha i(le in lhe Courts of
jection. the ditTerertt dictricts, successively; but no
Jlr Bovd moved an amendment that Judge shall hold the Courts in the sauie district
the amendments be submitted separately tiian once iu four years; but in case of
instead of a whole. 'he WfSf! SSS .f.lhe Jad7T WMned
r r k A j I 10 prwiue in nnj awnn, or nj wncr unnvoi-
... ""c""" T dable accident to him, by reason of which be
that the time required lor tbe returns ot fthall become unable to preside, the Governor
the election be 30 days instead of 20 days, may require any Judge to hold one or more
Accepted. special terms in said districts, in lieu of tbe
m. . -m l 1 1 J udge assigned to bold the Courts of said dia-
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A number of amendments were otlered bv
the Republican side of tbe house, and all voted
Tbe bill then passed its second reading.
.THIS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
Raleigh. Saturday, Sept. 26.
The Convention met at 10 o'clock,
President Ransom in the chair.
Prayer by the Rev. Mr Atkinson, of
Journal of yesterday read and ap
proved. 1UTBODUCTION OF ORDINANCE AND RES
OLUTIONS. By Mr Manning, of Chatham, a resolu
tion to add three sections to art. 4. Pro-
videa thai Judges may be removed for
men tnl or physical disability by a eon
cuirent resolurion of the General Assetn
blv : Clerks of Courts to be removed for
same causes by the Judge tiding that
Ciicuit after ten days notice. Referred
IJy Mr Summers, an ordinance to strike
out sec 1, art 14. Rtterred.
Ry Mr. Kerr, an ordinance to prohibit.
crret political organizations in this oktle
&j Mr. Spake, an ordinance to amend
. . . ilia n
art. 1. Uonvenitons snail be called hy
i wo -lb in! s of iit -General Assembly and
ratified hy the people. Referred.
By Mr Tnrucr, an ordinance to prevent
ths mde of tho Stale's interest in arjy
of hrr railroads, and other things. Referred.
Mr. Boyd, rep., advocated his amend
mcnts as separate pro prosit ions.
r i i aa
Mr. tie kj sa-.u inu would create un
ending confusion. There might be a
hundicd or more amendment?, in addi
tion to the trouble that would be created
at the polls, some of the amendments
might be adopted and others rejected, and
in this case it would leave a Constitution
probably wanting iu some important parts
it should be au unending chain. .
Mr. Bryan, rep., favored the amend
ment, but thought this oaght to be the
last work done by the Convention.
a v i ia -i a .a
sir. iviya s amendment was lost by a
vote ot 41IOOU. I Bv Mr. Georae : An ordinance to amend
Mr. Sln pherd moved that 10,000 copies I aec 2, art 6, electors not to swear to support the
of Him amendf-d ( lonaiitntinti li nri.nd constitution ol the Lnited fetates and thesUte
.. ; i.. .: .i. .i:ir. I Keferred.
IUI L Ulill i'Ml III IIIU UlUriGlll CUUUVICI I D n ! J
, f . .. . . . . ijv .r v oopen An oruinance 10 amenu sec.
nsteao oi puOMSIHiig tne same in two 7 9. ivc citixenahin to the Cherokee In
papers (one t each part; ) in each Con- I diana in this state. Referred.
i C8.-ioi.nl District for six months (week-1 By Mr Turner: A resolution requesting the
I? ) previous to the election. Lost bv a !ute treas,irer to Wm th aergeant at-arms,
At 10 a m., Mr President Ransom called the
convention to order.
Prayer by Rev Mr Spake, of the convention.
Bv Smvth col : An ordinance to provide for
the completion of mortuary and birth statistics
by tbe authorities of townships, cities and
By Mr. Cooper : An ordinance to add a
section to art 2, providing for the farming out
of convicts in the penitentiary, Ec Referred.
By Mr. (ieorge : An ordinance to
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CO UK to 05 persons who snds us the htrgt-M t 133 person whu send im the largest numlter
number of subscribers to our 'World of Fash- of snlMTik r to our "BaraaX, at $1.10
10H," at 53 each, before AJLTCh 5, 1876. eCh, before JtSJCh 1, 1870.
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Largest Cxcn 800.00 in Gold Coin. La nr. est Ci.rn ...800.00 in Gold Coin
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BBSSI0H 1875 76
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us. AND every subscriber gets . pre-
vote of 50 to 80.
Mr. Buyd moved as an amendment
that the amendments to each article of
tbe Constitution be classified aud voted
upon by classes. Lost by a vote of 49 to 55
The bill then passed its third and last
reading by a vote ot 93 to 8. Messrs.
Bidgr, Dixon, Goodwyn, Grantham,
Lehman, M.ibson, Manmx and Gabe vot
ling in tbe negative.
, Mr. Durham asked to withdraw the
motion made by him on Tuesday to con
Mder the vote by which the ordinance
was passed reducing the number of Su
perior Court Judges. Lee) granted.
Mr. Tourgee arose to a question of
for inspection by this convention, a bond issued
in 1862 in aid of the Wilmington, Charlotte
and Rutherford railroad.
On motion of Mr. Turner the rules were sus
pended and the resolution was adopted.
lhe ordinance to amend sec 6, art 7, was
taken up. Townships trustee, not to assess
their own propertv.
Un motion of Mr. Mannine, oftbatham, the
ordinance was laid on tbe table.
The ordinance to amend sec 224, art 1, by
adding a proviso that nothing shall justify the
practice of carrying concealed arms, was taken up
After some debate the ordinanceww, on mo
tion of Mr Barringer, recommitted to the Com
mittee on the Bill of Rights.
Mr Jarvis offered a resolution that the whole
matter be recommitted lo tbe Committee on
Privileges and Elections, with instruction that
the committee adopt rules and regulations for
personal privilege iu answer to laDeruaee iu government in deciding all cases of contested
' . ' . . . . . ' o o i t . : . i . l t i . i . i .
used concerning him by -Mr. Turner on
Mr. Turner also arose to n question of
of personal privileges in reply to Mr.
On motion, the Convention adjourned
until 10 o clock Monday.
Note. In our published list yesterday
morning ot the vote upon tbe bill to re
elections that may be referred to it, and that
said committee is hereby empowered, in th.
investigation, of any such contest, to send for
persons and papers, and to appoint one or more
commissioners lo take testimony, who shall
have the power to administer oath. And that
the acting chairman of said committee, in any
such investigation, shall have power to admin
ister oath, lhat the refusal of any preson
appearing as a witness before said committee,
or before any commissioner appointed by said
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INsrvoaa wishing to enter pupils before that
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Iftrs. Btoml's Mask School will aieo
cmu-ucc tm the 224 inst-
Aiiinftntifi Sale if. Real aid
Koike Is lMf.br given, at the aa.srrfgJ
will oiler for w at pnbtke uehN, Fate.T.
vaa STB "at or Novaasaa, I7j. ai lk late rmi
deao. wf Pell. D. Clodfelter, deced, aboet one
haadred acres of 1..4. beto.ci.f to tW Mtata mt
said dorwMd. adjolaiaa U land of M . W
(odmti, Mr. M. K. WatU aaJ otker-si tested
in Mt. L1l. Townakip. about IS at I lea w4 mi
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Crs.k Caurok. Thlala a very desirable tract o'
laad. with good ealldinirs orchard, Ar.. w th
Clentyof timber and about twenty acres of good
otlom. Terns of Hala .as half caak and tee
balance ia twelve month, inVercot Iroai date.
At the aame time and place. ..denHned will
sell tor eoah aboat SJS boheU .1 wheat. 74 bnalmts
of oats, 10. boahohi of cum .ad a lot of strew Are.
Hole to take place at 1 1 o clock, A. If. Perstm
wiahlnc to see the l.nd can call on J . L. ClodJelter.
or On tee na. emu
of Felix I). Clodfclter.
OROB FIffliLE COLLKJ,
KTATEVIMi:. If. .
to .Bit tbe
Phillip. D. D-. Prof W. J.
W. A Wood. Rov. D. E. Jtr4aa. Kx-Oor B.
Tone, ttw. W. H. Battle, and afl frteoda tf
the late Prof. MiteWI. Cfcapol Bill. S C.
Aue. IX, 1K7 d
I will open my ndhool at fW F.ir Orn.afc
on ibr hi . f Heutenubrr,
name of pupil may be left
Heilig or it. r. Kogcm
H. T. i. LrDWlCK
Ang. 19th To
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iSm A LECTURE
TO YOUNG MEN.
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SAM'L A. LOWRAM E, Adsa'r
Sept. M. 1875 dte
IvM Hfl hEII Ki9h
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Saliabory. N. C.
Having .11 my wow Machinery in opera-
Ntnm, 1 am now prepared in ouncctioo -ith
the I r- n ic Bras. work, to ! all kind. f
w.m.J wirk, such aa LumU-r Urminc
Tongue 6c Groriog. making .H.li. Riiads
6c DMri. makiuc moulding fmut f iuch to ft
inches wide, also T. ruing At Pa ter. i mak-
iug. S.wing Bracketta. icr. Haviug tl.-e
b-ot Machinery aud first elat wtirkiuen.
satisfaction in guaranteed.
Jnly J9. JU75 ly.
at. Ud RadtCRl core of beiiiioal ro-
dsm, or rp rmatirrbctfa, induced b Flf-Ahao.
inrulantarr Emteeion, Impoieicy. hercu
Dwhility. and latpediaiacte to Marriage gener
ally; Conaauiptiaa, hpilepey.aod Kits Menu!
ami PhVMtcal Incapacity, d. By kOBKKT
J CULVERU ELL. M. D author of th.
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Th. world-rennwoad author, ia this admira
ble. Lecture, clearly prove frutii bUwv-n nje
rieuce that the tawfal oooaex uence tf Keif
Aheae may be effcvtaally roinoved wubonl
medicine, and witho t daagerm aargical per
ationa, boagtea, instrument, ring, r ordia!4
pointing net a mode of cure at once certain d
edfeotual, by which .very tuufrrer. uo matter
what bin oouditioa may bo, care himelf cheap
ly privately and radically.
CP This Lrctmrr waif vrorr a boom tm ta
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G. U. Bus
Lauef OJI. BaU S Cm
f. B Babkbb,
r c a aart a c.
lk-'JJSL. -y ji
move H olden 's disabilities, we ommitted committee, to anawer .ny question propounded
tbe names of Messrs 8tallings, of Duplin, jn the course of any investigation had by virtue
i a. t .f nu. -. : i out. mmmm nun oi a cantaapi oi tarn con-
a id Anderson, of Clay, as voting against enti Mr w oxD,
measure. Intion ' Mr Jirvii nnnd lha tmuum nf the
The Convention met at 10 o'clock. President
Ransom in the chair.
Prayer by the Rev. Dr Pritchard, of the city,
l r Li . I l i -
journal oi oaiuruay reau anu appro vea.
UXFtNlSH ED B08IKE88.
The ordinance in relation to mixed schools
was taken up as the unfinished business of Sat
urday. 1 he substitute waa adopted.
aa t- a a !i a
Mr. titixtons amendment, lntroducea on
Saturday, was adopted. The question then
recurred on the L rosbv amendment.
Mr YVltherssaid the amendment advocated
by Mr Tourgee proposed only to defeat
resolution as a matter of justice to the sitting
members, as they could show to the satisfaction
of tbe convention, if an opportunity was allowed
them, that Messrs Norment and McNeill re
ceived a large number of illegal votes. He ar
gued that to deny lo Messrs McEachin and
Sinclair the opportunity to expose these frauds
upon the ballot box would be a gross mjust ice,vc.
Mr ( hamberlain opposed the resolution.
Mr Barringer opposed the resolution.
Mr Albertaon concurred ia the report of the
minority of the committee on privileges and
Mr Withers argued in support of the resolu
tion. The contestants claimed the seats, not
upon the ground that the commissioners of
The ordinance to amend sec. 3, art. 9
was taken up.
The ordinance amends that sec. 3 of
the 9lh article of the Constitution so that
..id section ehall read as follows : ''Each
county of the titale shall be divided into
a convenient number of districts, in which
one or more public schools shall be main
tained, at lea.njour months in every year;
a. id th General Assembly shall make
euiinble provisions by law for the man
agement aud regulation of the public
schools, and for perfecting the system of
freo public instruction ; and the children
of the white race and colored race shall
torever W kept seperata in the public
idtanls of this 8tato."
Mr Morvliead, from ti e Committee on
Education, ofi-r'd a J substitute for the
a hole matter and to cover all pending
proposition, in rf gard to this mutter, lie
nfhrd to be allowed to withdraw the
uMre and offer the following in lieu
thereof. Ptrmiscion aas gratited.
Amend sec 2 of art 9 by adding the
following words : "and tbe children of
ihi wblto rare and the children Of the
colored race shall be ungbt in sepcrate
" Mr. Tourgee wanted the matter post
poned for consideration and the new
Mr. Moteliead said that the prnpositien
of the Comm;tee did not interfere with
the CoastHnixn. it was a naked ques
tion as to separate schools, lie saw no
nee in postponing, as it bad already gone
over for a week. , .
Mr W'iiln rs agreed a ifh Mr Morehead.
II. tenld see uo necessity for postponing
to defeat the
express stipulation in regard to separate public Robeson countv did wronff in oivimr th rrti
-schools for the tWO race.. fipate In Messrs MoRflfliin anH Sinrlnir Kol
Mr. Barringer doubted tbe propriety oTiaa- the ground that they received a majority ofth.
ing the amendment offered bv Crosby, col., and legal votes cast, yet the friends of the contest
opposed the same in a lengthy and prepared ante are opposing a resolution which proposes
"u, wi wiii npvar iu iun in uie puouc tp Mice testimony as to who did receive . ma-
press m a tew oaya. jority of the legal votes cast, &c
Mr Morehead called the previous qnestion, Mr. Toureoe opposed the resolution.
wpicn oeing sustamea, ail amendments wer f V. Ihaeaaaai Hinnneted the rKnlmlnn W
voted down and the bill passed its final reading made various illustrations and quoted .number
FRESH TURNIP SEEDS
Just Received a Fresh Supply ol
Karlv Vbite K'at Hntf-h. Early Red Top.
Tel oa AbeetWec a -A lh. Yellow Ratallaga
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
An invention having a moat important bearing on the future of Reed Instrument, by mea
which the quantity or volnme of tone is very largely increased,
and the quality of tone rendered
filial to tkat of tie Best Pipe Or ps of ike Same Capacity.
Wilcox Patent," "Octave Conpler," th. chi
by a vote ol Mm ayes to 3 pars. Those voting
in the negative were Crosby, . cob. Bell and
Mr Thome explained his vote at some length.
nui as ne siaieu mai nia expresseti views wouia
be published tn anmmp, th. reporter regarded it
unnecessary to condense his remarks.
The following ordinances were taken up in
regular order and tabled :
Ordinance to rescind sec. 37, art. 7.
Ordinance requiring the Governor to reside
in the Executive Mansion.
Ordinance to amend sec 29, art. 2,
Ordinance lo amend art 1, sec 5.
Ordinance to reduce the salaries of the Ex
Ordinance to .mend art. 6, sec 5, of the Con
Ordinance to amend see. 10, art 1, of the
Ordinance to .mend sections 4 and 5, art. 9
of the Constitution.
An ordinance introduced hy Mr. Cooper In
regard to the preservation of the school fund,
requiring the same to be paid only to tbe coun
ty treasurers, ana ny them distributed, was
informally laid over on motion of Mr. More-
head who is Chairman of the Educational Com
mittee, assuring Mr Cooper that ordinance 143
met the requirement, of Iu. ordinance.
f 1 ,! , 1 I "J A 1 . J .
tuiiiiuice iio, mr me preservation ana just
distribution of the public school fund taken nt.
The following substitute (by the committee) for
ine orninapce was auoptea :
Sec. I. The proceed, of all land, that have
been or hereafter mav beeranted'bv the United
Slates to this State, and not otherwise appropri
ated by this State or the United States; also
all moneys, stocks, bonds and other property
now belonging to .ny State fhnd for 'purposes
of education : also the net proceed of all sal
of the swamp lands belonging to tb. State and
of precedents going to show th.t the resolution
ot Mr. Jarvis should be adopted as a matter of
justice to all concerned.
After a long and fillihnsteiing debate Mr.
Jarvis called the previous question. The yea.
and nays were called and the previous question
was ordered by a vote of yeas 56, nays 43.
fHere the larwest nortion of the Reonhlicana
left the hall in order to break a quorum, though
a number nf them came back and voted, when
it appeared that thett absence did not affect
Mr Tourgee appealed from the decision of
inecnair. me veas ana navs were called ana
the appeal was rejected by a vote of yeas 54,
Mr. Bowman moved to adjourn and call for
the yeas and nays on the motion. The call was
sustained and the rote resulted yea. 2. nays 51.
r T"t -i . .. . . . . . . -,
i icic nic repuoiicana ien me nan in a ooav.j
The qnestion was then pat on Mr. Jarvis'
resolution and it was adopted.
on motion the convention adjourned until
to-morrow at iu a. aa.
One eUhrted "Vox Celte." "VrX Hamana
ing "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stopa, "Genw Horn,
A LLi THE LATE 1MFKU V MIS TS
Can he obtained only in these Organs.
PBIC S, $50 TO $
Fifty Different Sty es,
THE BEST IN MATERIAL AND WORI
Oualitv and Volume oi Tune 1 ncquallea.
BTJIS ft BARKER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL Dnnali
Corner Main At Fiahei Streets,
8ALISBUBT, X. C
Where mav be found . full aortent of
Pore Drugs, Medici noa, Dre Staffs Fuse Hand
kerchief Exlracta, Foreign ft Ioroetic Col
ogBWstfoapa, Hair, Tooth ft Nail Broahea,
Havana ft American Chrara. All aradea of
I SMOKING ft CHEWING ToBACCO. A
fine lot of Braaa ft Glaaa LAMPS; aU, the
celebraied Perk in ft Howe. Koy-axruoatra
Keniaene Lump which we ewrraal Jmr tmrmty
mm m a a . I as
oars. B Mater, r rer.cn oraoay, rrupernuwg
Win. by the bottle or gallon.' Blarkberrv.
Malaga. California Sherry ft Pwt Wine
Imported Gin, and ia fact eve-ything awally
kept in a f rat daw Dru Store. Oar patiip
(ion drpmrtmu-mi u molrty ra kt kmmda mf tie aew-
1 usai mmm mr tmm mtmtr mmtma tm the Alone day
and mifki and no owe need apprehend any dan
ger in having their prescript ioos eompoood-ed.
Feb. 18th. 1875.
K J. H ATTLK. F. B CAMERON.
President. Vice President.
W. H. HICKS, Sec'j.
STATE LIFE Insurance
Nothing but Plain North Caro
lina Whisk .
Ttwe PlMCftt Wines tape-ic.
TMU BSSTT flIKKBt. Ill IT.
C'oaoeeted with th a we wiah to draw mmm
attention l aa Mating alm and Uestaarnai.
Fr..tn S-i-'tTiU-r I
i kept in I bo Tery
ipirure em a ean
tu Ann I Isu-thw
A'lg. 2i - tii;,..
J. A. SXIDEtt.
r-TiirroB ft CO
an Esecanor of
, Dewed WK rider.
FACTORY AND WAREROOMS, CORNER 6th A ND CONGRESS St.,
DETROIT, MICH IO AN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830. AGENTS Wanted In Every County
Address GL0UGH & WAR R E NO R G A N CO
At end of FirH Fan.
900 Pol idea withoot
Matt BBB aa ade it
Year had iaauarl o
ining a ingle loaa.
The late Andrew Johnson waa wont
to dwell with mucb pride upon the feet
mat he rose front a City Alderman to bo
T , : J . . r . L T - . mm. . .ill
a leeMiouk m me i niteQ states, naa ne
lived lonf enongh he might hare retraced
bis steps from a President to a Council-
II. ATI .
nan. xjiii a .j . s remr a was not more
stunning than that of Pinchback. Here
it is : An ex-slave, g gambling houae
porter, faro dealer, an inmate of the eitv
Workhonae, subsequently as incendiary
State Senator, and at length the Lien ten
ant Governor and acting Governor of tbe
Hj.y3J-JjeAjLy f5jK?r i ASMBBaalBTy
l B5 1
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- A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION.
Pol idea at a. low
Haa a fixed
two annual pay
Its entire i
Bp valaeoaall polidea after
rU are loaned and inreatod
ft wife, JnUa E (irahaau
mm A hinder, Margaret Cflrw
ing, Mary L. K rider Jaw. II
K rider, Maria K rider Aaa M.
K rider. Mellie B. K rider. Ham.
Uai 8 Knder, Thin. W Mum
oa. Kali. M M atria.. W Ultaaa
Betkeeaad wife Sallie K Brthea,
Robert N Fleming William K.
Fleming. Sallie K K lew inf. Mar
garetJ Flaming. Sal haa N Firm
lag, KeWrU Flemhag, t herlea
J TSemiag ami J alia G Flem
STATE OF NORTH CAROLIA.
ThdW Aae,af Jbam Ckmmtf ,mm9j
RraBBrTcharVm C Kralar jiftat'.raham aad
wim Jalia E. Graham. Ttomm A Knde. Mar-m.r-t
f Kliin Umrw L Kridef. immf
K rider, Maria Ender. Anne M KnHer "
Katie M Merviaoa. Wlitiam Detfcm mi
wilt Haiti. E Betbaa. Ewhmt 9 ruiiiias
liam K Fleming, halli. E FlimlBS SSargaiw
J Flamiac and Julia U
K rider. J Bni, PWiouf.a th-
Thirty day grace allowed ia pay moot of pre
With them Carta Wore ll.em will the
SAVE MfiNFY SAVE LABOR. SAVE TIME, BY USING TH E F A Ml of North Carolina continue to pey annually
vrro rjrrtr fthonaanda opoa thowm.rli of dollar, to build
Tf f dd Forvien Comnaaiaa. when thee cm,
n mAl ran lifter It will tan vooT land better, It will make yoe better cropa. It will ga iBawraBee ia a Company eqnally reliable, and
tm haaaVU In order, than bbv other Plow you have ever used. ever dollar' premium they pay be loaned and
We will furnish yen Point, one year for one plow in ordinary land for on. Dollar. What da taviatii la our own Suae, and ameng oar own
you pay yonr blackamith to do the aame on your ota-iaanioneo now i P"ut" KLITTZL 1
All w. mft y,U itTinlf yoa don't like it bring it back and yoor mcey mU . J- JJ NC
be refunded to you. MUFFIN ATAYLOK
Yfl WARRANT EVERT PLOW. Obb'L DbrX Agfa. Orwenebora K. C
theft af thaw Bui to
aleil. witkia lha time aperiied by law,
mid Plaintiff will apply to tbe aw Bar taa
ia thi. -nit imaaiwa.
laeaet, A D. 1875.
J M. OORAH.
Ck rk B perior Coort Bow. Oswaty.
KriaW and Wbs.K. rTmjt
IhLtT a mil William Bsbm
at ar near
of this 8sau will
BLACKMER ft H END KB 5.
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