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C. Saln'l. McD. Tate, of Morgantcn,
has boon elected a Director of W. N. C.
it. R. hf tiro Stockholders. This
The Convention would add very
much to the popularity of its ordinances,
by providing for the appointment of
Judges by the Governor-vritb tbfi appro
val of the Legislature, and also making
provision for the final settlement of the
State debt. There are important matters
and there is as much concern manifested
tibout theuuts there is about every thing
viae to be done. JLet us have no more
electing of jndges since it has made dem-
ngogiti'g of them all and works badly
(five the people a chance to say what
they will do with their public debt so
called. Radical rowdyi&ra has at last broken
out in the Convention. The conduct of
eertaiu Radical loaders, last Thursday,
Tourgce being the chief, was not only dis-
regulation as the general assembly shall pre
scribe, ot' all cival action founded on .contract,
wherein .the sum demand! shall not exceed
two hundred dollar, and wherein the title to
real estate flhall not he in controversy ; and of
all .criminal Clatters arising within their coun
ties where the punishment cannot exceed a one
of one month .
Mr. Bowman was opposed to it
Mr. Jar vis waft in favor of it.
Mr. Karri nger was in favor of the ordinance.
On the passage of the ordinance, on its sever
al readings, Mr. Bennett called the previous
The call was sustained by the following vote :
Yeas, 50; nays, 48.
The question recurred on the adoption of the
committee's substitute given above. On the
demand of Mr. Badger the veaa and nays were
called, and substitute was adopted by a vote of
yeas 51, nays 47.
Pending the further consideration of the
the ordinance in regard to special tax bonds
and the public debt, was taken up.
The debate on this mitter was so long, and
continued up (o such a late hour, that the pro-
ceedines are omitted.
NoTE. All of the propositions in regard to
the special tax bonds and public debt were
voted down, and at 0 p. in. the convention ad-
Tuesday, October ft.
but across insult to
nign people of the State.
Touree, who is a carpet-bagger and
gro worshipper of the first water, seems
to have no more knowledge of Parliament
ary usage than a hog has of decency; or
else he takea advantage of his position to
insult the good people of the old North
State. If the Convention do not expel
him and the others who acted with him,
the Democrats of that body will become
particeps criniinis in one of tho most dis
graceful scenes ever perpetrated by a
body largely composed of respectable
gentlcn.cu in North Carolina. Let thetn
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CON
t w e n t y fo u ut n day.
Rai.eth, Oct. 2.
At 10 a. m., Mr. President Ransom called
the convention to order.
Prayer by Kev. Dr. Atkinson, of the city.
Messrs. Keid, Bennett, Durham, Jones, of
Caldwell, and Turner, submitted a report from
On motion of Mr. Manning, of New Hanover,
the rules were suspended and the ordinance
providing that no convention shall be called
except by submitting the question to the people.-
Amendments to the constitution to be
adopted by two-thirds of the general assembly
and ratified by the people. The ordinance
passed its second reading.
On motion of Mr. Clingraan, the rules were
suspended to put the ordinance on its third
Mr. Clineman moved to strike out "two-
thirds" and insert "three-fifths," so that it will
At 10 a. m. Mr. President
the convention to order.
- Prayer by Rev. Mr. Spake, of the convention.
Journal of yesterday was read and approved
Mr. Bennett offered a protest against the ao
tioti of the convention on yesterday in allowing
per diem and mileage to the contestants from
Robeson countv. The protest was signed b
himself ami Messrs. Price, Watts, King, Al
nun, Harrington, Marshall, Summers, More
head, Kirby, Bingham, Cunningham, Roberts,
Henderson, Allison, Nicholson, Faison, Pater
son, Anderson of Clay, and Byrd. The protest
was ordered to be spread on the journal.
Messrs. Shober, Coleman, and Sliepherd sub
mitted reports from standing committees.
By Mr Throne . an ordinance for the finan
cial relief of the people of North Carolina.
The ordinance provides that the state shall
raise $500,000, to be invested in U. S. bonds,
and banks ate to lie established in each county
of the state, and money to be loaned to citizens
upon good security and at reasonable rates.
By Mr. Dockery: a resolution in regard to
completing the railroad from Old Fort to some
point on the Tennessee line. All the available
means of the state should be applied to com
plete this work, and that the general assembly
ought to have it done. Calendar.
By Mr. Bennett: a resolution instructing the
committee on the judicial department to inquire
and report whether or not the Salisbury A
Cheraw road can be relieved on the gauge law
By Mr. Bennett : A resolution instructing
the Committee on Privileges and Elections to
report at once on the Robeson county case, and
that the convention will proceed on Wednesday
(to-morrow) morning to consider the matter
and also that of the Surry countv ease, and will
con.mer no outer ousiness uoiii me cases are
finally disposed of. die moved to suspend the
rules and adopt his resolution at once. The
yeas and nays were called and the motion to
suspend the rules was rejected by a vole of yeas
47, nays 51. ihe resolution took its place on
the calendar. .
By Mr. Badger: A resolution instructing
the Committee on Privileges and Elections to
inquire and report, whether Messrs. Manning, of
Chatham, Keid, of Kockingliam, and I oleman
ot Buncombe are trustees ot the universitv,
By Mr. 1 rench : A resolution instructing
the principal clerk to prepare the journals of
the convention after adjournment and to give
him fZUU tor his services.
un motion oi Air. r rench, ine rules were
tion or the whole matter. s
The chair decided that the question recurred
on the motion lo adjourn.
T . W a ill .
The vena anil navs were caned, ana ine cmi-
tion refused to adiourn by a vote Of yeas 4d,
. , w '
1 prn nunaArrtna filibustering and dilatory
mnlinnt ru mmlp Kv I lift republican side of
bouse, and all sorts of captious points oi oraer
were made and discussed in spite of the presi
dents etibrts to keep order.
A Iter a long wrangle, the convention looa a
until 4 p. m.
Raleigh, Oct. 5.
The Convention reassembled at 4 o'clock.
The motion of Mr Badger to reconsider the
vote by which the ordinance to strike out seta.
15, 16, and 17 of art. 4 passed, was considered,
and after a considerable number of motions.
callings of the roll, and a large number of
"points of order" from the Republican side of 1
the nonse, occupying tne time oi tne conven
tion until 6 o'clock, the motion to reconsider
waa lost, while the Republican members were
absent from the hall almost in a body, having
absented themselves to prevent a quorum.
The substitute reported bv the Committee on
Snffrage and Eligibility to Office for ordinances !
No. 39 and 232 was considered. It requires
ninety days residence before a person can vote, I
and prohibits any person convicted of felony
or other infamons crime from voting.
Smyth, col,, m spoke a piece" in opposition to
the measure, and pending its consideration, the
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reuuire "three-fifths" of the ceneral assembly
to p;uw a conxtitutional amendment instead ol suspended, and the resolution was taken up and
two-thirds as the ordinance requires.
On thi amendment Mr. Touifree called the
ens and nay, and it was adopted by a
vote of yeas 54, nays 44.
Mr. Buxton moved to amend by Raying that
no question of convention shall be submitted to
the people except upon a two-thirds vote of the
The amendment was accepted.
' On the call of Mr. Clinguutn the
Question was orifered.
The question recurred upon the ordinance on
its third reading and it passed.
The ordinance to add additional section to
nrtiele 5, reported by the Committee on Reve
nue, Taxation and Public Debt as a substitute
for various ordinances on the same subject, was
taken UP as the special order.
The following is the ordinance:
Bee; . The general assembly shall have no
power to levy taxes for the payment or adjust
ment of more than five per cent, of the princi
pal of the bonds of the state, known as special
tax bonds, and thirty-three percent, of all other
bonds of the state, until the question of such
additional low shall have been submitted to
un motion oi Mr. uennett, tne rules were
suspended, anjLhis resolution of instruction to
tne otnmittee on tne Judicial Department in
reference to the Salisbury and Cheraw railroad
was taken up and adopted.
Mr. i5ingham moved to reconsider the vote
by which the siibtitnte, offered by Mr. Turner
for the report of the Committee on Revenue,
previous Taxation and Public Debt, in regard to special
tax bonds was rejected on yesterday.
Mr. Llmgman moved to table the mouon to
reconsider. The yeas and nays were called and
the motion to table was adopted by a
yeas 52, nays 49.
Mr Justice voted nay at first, but changed his
vote to vea, saving that he did so at the sohci
tation of party friends against his better judg
Raleigh, Oct. Cth.
Tho Convention met at 10 o'clock, Mr. Jams !
in toe chair.
The substitute from the Omniitto on 8ufT-
ragj and EligiUiit to Mince for ordinance Ho
32 aud 232, was oonsidored. It provides :
That section 1, of article Yl. of tho Const itu
Uou, be amended by striking out the word
"thirty" in line 4, aud inserting in lieu thereof
tbe word "ninety." and by adding at the end
oi said section tne louowing words : "isut no
person who, upon conviction or confession in
open court, shall hearalter be adjudged guilty
otxellony, or ot an v other crime infamous bv
tbe laws of this State, shall be entitled to vote
at any election nnder tho laws of this State,
unless sneh person shall be restored to the
rights of citizenship in a mode prescribed by
So that said section, as amended, shall read
"Section 1. Everv male person born in tho
United States, and every male person who has
been naturalized, twenty-one years old or up
ward, who shall have resided in this State
twelve months -next nreceeding tho election,
and ninety days in the county in which ho
offers to vote, shall be deemed an elector. Hut
no person who, upon conviction or confession
in open court, shall hereafter be adjudged guil
ty of felony, or of any other crime infamons
by the laws of this State, chall be entitled to
vote at auy election under tho laws of this
State, unless such persons shall be restored to
the right s or citizenship in a mode prescribed
The previous question having been called bv
Mr. Manning yesterday evening.
Mr. French moved that the Convention do
now take a recess until Saturday morning at
iu o clock.
Mr. Badger moved an amendment to 10 o'
clock Friday Lost by a vote of 20 to HT.
Mr. French's motion was lot by a voto of
22 to 84.
Smyth, col., moved an amendment proposing
that atheism and malfeasance in office shall be
a bar to suffrage and holding office. Lost by a
vote of 0 to 106.
Mr. Justice's amendment to strikeout 90 and
insert 30 days residence, was lost by a vote of
52 to 57.
Cary, colM an amendment that no person or
persons thus disfranchised shall he required to
pay public tax. Lost by a vote of 41 to 68.
The second proposnion to "amend by insert
ing" was aJopted by 64 to 44.
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Hent under aval, in a plain eeveUiaa, ta ana
aitdraaa, oa receipt of ats c ta or taa paa
Addrea the PuUvhera,
Radical Rowdyism in the
The Radical members of the conven
tion to day enacted a scene of shameful
rowdy iam in the hall. The chairman had
rnieu that aeleeates could not intellect
vote of business between the taking of a ballot,
and the announcement of tho result, and
was about. announcing tho result of tbe
ballot taken yesterday, remandine the
Kobeson county case
to the Co mm it tee
a r t t i. i a a a I a a a a w a
jir. noiton sani lie voted nay as his judgment Ion Privileges and Elections, wbeu a tie-
a a a a aa . a -
as to what the best interests of his state requir
eu dictated to lum to do.
The motion to reconsider the vote by which
the ordinance to amend sec. 10, art. 3, (publish
ed bet ore) passed its third reading, was taken
up as tne special order of the hour.
ihe qualified voters of the state for their ap- Mr. Ourliam moved to lay f he motion on the
oroval or disapproval, and ahall have been an- table? The ye" n! n7 Were called and the
uroved bv a inaioritv thereof. And no nart of motion to lay on the table prevailed by a vote
the interest which has accrued, or mav hereafter I ye 5 ny The ordinance has ref-
accrue, upon any bonds of the state, shall ever
Mr. Jarvis moved to strike out the words
"more than five per cent, of the principal of."
erence to the governor nominating and tbe
senate confirming certain officer?.
A long discussion ensued without results,
Monday, October 4.
The resolution to amend "sec. S3, art. 4. of
the constitution was taken up the unfinished
business of yesterday. The previous question
recurred on the passage of the resolution on its
second reading. The yeas and pavs were call
ed and the resolution passed by a vote of yeas
53, nays ay.
1 he section prop-wed to be abrograted was
At 10 a. w, Mr. President Ransom called'the
Convention to order.
Prayerjjy Bey. Mr. Pritchard, of this city. I published on vesterday.
Journal of yestertlay read and approved. The ordinance to abrogate sections 15, 16
The ordinance to strike out sections 15 16 ar.d 17 of art. 4, and substituting the following
anu w, art JLa insert uie iwiowing was uut- i , lieu thereel, was taken up on its third read
en up : i mg
mm am mahmmmI a n a- i .1 . . I , I I . mi i i i i h
ow;. . x iic aencrm wiuuij ;iaii nave un i oec. i ne general assembly snail naye no
power to deprive the judicial department of power to deprive the judicial department of anv
any power or jurisdiction which rightfully per-J power or jurisdiction which rightfully pertains
mendous bellabelloo broke out in the
Radical ranks. Nearly all cf them lei t
their teats and crowded into the aisles,
hooting and yelling like savages. In vain
the gavel of the chairman fell with a show,
er of raps. In vain he called obstreperous
delegates by name, and commanded order
In vain one or two decent Radicals called
for order and endeavored to shame their
shameless colleagues into civilized beba
vinr. The hall resounded with blasphc
my and obscenity, and the din was ter
rific. The scene would have disgraced
IF a a a a
tvickapoo scalp dance or Kit limns rat
pit. But even this is not the worst fea
ture of the affair; for, by a seemingly pre
concerted arrangement, a large number
oi armed negroes were introduced into
the lobbies, ready to take part in the fray
wtucn there is apparently reason to be
lieve a Radical caucus had decided to
provoke. The prudence and forbearance
of the Democratic membej 8 prevented
serious consequences, but the devil V hool
of Radicalism, in all its cloven deformity,
has agaiu been shown, Sentinel 1st ins'.
tain to it as a co-ordinate department of the
government : but the general assembly shall
allot and distribute that portion of his power
and jurisdiction which does not pertain to the
supreme court among the other courts prescrib
ed in this constitution, or which may be abol
ished by tew it such manner as it may deem
best, provide also a proper system of appeals,
and regulate by law, when necessary, the meth-
aLaKI W rR rInCK bar IB & vai iiyvtl jrar3?r
jjt TaV 2-sa Q 3aAaaL aa
4 wis 4 iMn
Corner of Fulton 6t Council. RtreetF.
Snliahurv- N. C.
Having nil my nw Machinery in opera-
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FiFTEEKTH SEMI ANNUAL SEISWI
I bepua bepl luUrr .i. I-T'.
rW Catalogue, with fnM inf.waK m y
I Tcri:i. l!iare of Slnlvf He., fiirmvnd eralr
lil.nalr. AdAreeaJ t. WjtKU, D U iTar
1 dcit, WrtntinMer, Md.
G. M. Ruts
Lau mt U.M, Dull m Co
C. R. IlARKKR.
af C C rarkrt a C
SUI3 St BAEKER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL Dnmjsls
Corner Main & Fisher Streets,
SALISBURY, N. C,
Where may be found a full aaaortoaent of
Pure Drug, Hedicinea, Dy StaAa, loe Hand
kerchief Kxtracts, Foreign c Donatio Cal-
Tooth a ail Bnaalaea,
Nothing but Plain North Caro
lina Whiske .
The Fine! Wine I tv ported
THE tUT BKtK, V BV IT
Caaectral with lb s we wih lairawjaar
a i inf L..H in mn Kxii ne Sah a in anal Rrataaraat.
nea, fvj-s Hair, Tooth A ail IJrualie ! ., aWiajeioLwr Ut. lo Anril laLtWs wrl
American Clear. All em. lea ol . . : .u I . ..eaaaa
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
SCRZSNEHS FATSKT (.nALirMO TT7BSS,
An invention having a moat important bearing on the future of Reed Inatrumenta, by
which the quantity or volume of tone ia very largely increased,
anil the quality of tone rendered
me ana o
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
SMOKINU A CHEWING TOBACCO.
fine lot of Braaa & (ilaaa LAMPS; al
celebrated Perkina A liouae Nos-atxruaTVE
LveHtaene Lam pa which we aanaurt jmr twenty
in a a n . .a ara a m3
ysart. w hiaaey, r rencn nranay, octitipernaftK
Wine by the bottle or ration. Itlackberry.
Malaga. California Sherry A Port Wtae.
Imported Uin, and in (act ave7thinc naoallj
kept in a firat claaa Drug Store. Oar frtmtrip
tion drpartmu-mt u olrlm ta 'he kanrii of the pro-
pruiort, one or the other being ia the Store day
aarf niaht and no one neea apprehend any dan
ger in having their prescriptions compound
Feb. 18th, 187. tf.
& .P. BATTLE. F.H CAVIKUON. j
President. Vice Prcatdeot
W. H. niCKS, 8ee'j.
QOfl Per Day at home. Teraa) taa
W Addruai ti. MIItTO Ca-
Jaa. If, lsTaV-D
the ,I,,our,r c cuipUuB.
Wilcox Patent," "Octave Conpler," the charm
remona," "Vox Angelet," "Viola Etheria
Our celebrated "Vox Celeate." "Vox Hamana." W
ina "Cello" or "Clarionet" Slops, "Getn Horn, C
ALL. THE LATE IMPKOV I NTS
Can be obtained only in thene Organs.
T;r TV,PaeATif Sfw ai
WaPstrlor and tlio Onuroh
to it aa a co-ordinate department of the govern
ment ; but the general assembly shall allot and
diatnonie mat portion ot mm power and juris
diction which does not pertain to the supreme
icourt among the other courts prescribed in this
constitution, or which mav be established bv
law, in sueh manner as it may deem best, pro
vide also a proper system of appeals, and regu
late bv law. when aaaaaaea. the melhnrla nf
ods of proceeding in the exercise of their powers, J proceeding iu the exercise of their powers, of
of all the courts below the supreme court, so all the courts below tha ninreme conrt. so fa- na
far as the same may be done without conflict I the same may be done without conflict with
with other provisions of this constitution." 1 other nrovisvns of this constitution.
Mr. Bennett called tbe previous question. The nuention raaaanaal rnma the aaaaaaam nf
Tl Viiij unr) liava WPri cnll.xl .ml lk. nml mtmm I .1. - 1? .ft." I if
.i." - ..nv un win a.T i rnp urn i n:i iii'e un ilh iiuro ri ii iff
uatiincd by a vote of yeas 49, nays 46. Mr. Justice moved to adjoiirn.
aliaiinasuon lin n recurred on the passage Of TS ehair mlpl thai tl.o mr:imn nni
- . a. . a a . . I P ' . ir" mmvmwu mwrn-mm v - we
Uie ordinance on it- second reading ;uid it pass- order under the operation of the peayions ones-
cd by a viae W veaa 50, nays 46.
On motion of hlr. French the rules were sus
pended and the ordinance to amend art. 8, by
adding a section requiring tne general awem
bly to establish a deartment of agriculture,
fmmigiation and statistics, was lakes up and
pussed its second reading.
On motion ot Mr. r rencn ine rules were
Mr. Badger appealed from the decision of
the chair and on the appeal called lor the yeas
and nays. Ihe call was sustained by a vote of
Eft 11 M - -
yeas o, nays f. i ne question recti rreo upon
the passage of the ordinance on its third read
ing, and it passed by a vote of yeas 54, nays 4$.
Mr. Kadger moved to reconsider the vote
auspended and the ordinance declarifg that jnirt taken, having voted with majority, in order
lecret political societies are uaiijjeroua to tne to make the motion.
liberties of tpe eopla aud suoiuu not be toler-1 Mr. Durham moved to lay the motion to le
afed, was taken up ana passea i aeeona reaa-1 consider on the table. The yeas and nays were
The Charlotte Obscrper, of Sept. g2.
tells of this gratify tug tecognjtion of the
abilities of oue of the "old Iorth State's
favorite sods :
"Ex Gov. Vance has received an invi
tation irom the chairman of the Executive
Committee of the Democratic party of
Ohio inviting him to that State to lake
the stnmp in behalf of W illiaru Allen, the
Democratic candidate for governor. He;
is also in receipt of a similar invitation
from tho chairman of the Democratic
State Executive Committee of Mississippi,
but cannot accept either, for the reason
that his fall courts are jest coming on,
J 1 . -1 , Mi i .
uuu un cannot poasiniy anora to miss
them. He regrets this very much, and
-v a - a-i 1
especially as to Ubto. He replied to
the letter from this state, on yesterday, 1
announcing his inability to accept tbe in-
Rj Mr. Iloltpnt A resolution lo.
U t VW4S ltW ii wui wvae-ww ar
ment and McNeil, per diem, and mileage up to
the day that the eaae w decided.
...( vi , liolmn the rules were
expended and the resolution was taken Up and
TI... nr.llnanee to strike OUi sec. p3, mm ,
w il taken up.
( ion 33 reads as follows
wist arsT IM MATERIAL A itu WORKMANSHIP.
4U Quality ajiU Volume oi touc t. ncquaiieu.
PEIC S, 850 TO $500.
FACTORY AND WAREROOMS, CORNKR Qth AND CONGRESS Ra,
r DETROIT, MICII1U AN.
EST AB III SUB D Z2T 1830.) AGEIJC Wanted in Every County
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO ,
STATE LIFE Insurance
E ALEIQH, N. 0.
At end of First Fiscal Year had 'tamed
900 Policies without soatainins a ainele 1
Prudent, economical and energetic manage
ment has made it
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION.
Thia Company iaane everv desirable form of
Policies at as low rates a anv other Firat Class
J. G. Fleeammg, aa Ex
the laat will and teatan
Jacob K rider, deceased.
A on in
Sarah K rider, Daniel W K rider,
Charles C Kraier, John t.ratiam,
A wile. Julia E Grahaa, Taoav
a A K rider, Margaret C Flem
ing, Mary L. K rider. Jamaa If.
Krider, Maria Krider. Anna M.
K ri.ler, Kallie S. Krider. Ilama
bua s Krider, Thomas VY Morri
aon. Katie M Morrieoo. William
! Uethea and wife Sal I it- E Itetbea.
! Robert N Flemine, Williaja K.
Fleming, Sal lie EFlnnbg. Mar
garet J Fleming. Nathan Fly
ing:, Rolwrta Fleming, Charles
J Fleming and Jolia O Fleaa
STATE OF NORTH CAROLff
To the Skenf of Rmwmm (Wr
Yoo are hereby u aasrd ia tkwjmm g
the Suie to Somroon Sarah KnUer,
Krider. Charles C Krider. John 1"
wife Julia E. Oraham. TUoaaa A "Jg
earet C Flcaaiaax. Mary L. Eridw..?-
Krider, Maria Krider, Aaaaa M
I m poses no
flcaa restrict ioa upon residence
Has a fixed paidnn value. mall policies after
two annual payments.
are ImiH-d and invested
Al 110 VK
called and the vote stood yeas 53, nays 2.
rail at i u i ar a , .
oi wie nepaoiieana reioaea to vote on
the first call at taa names exceDt Messrs.
Albertsoa and Faimtoth. in order to break a
quorum and to have a margin on which to add
miunstertng point of order.
The chair decided that the motion 4o lay on
the table the question to reconsider was ioet for
the want ai a 'quorum .
Mr. Badger moved to make that ttoUon to
reconaider tne special order for to-morrow at
1JLJE SALISBURY FAIR. We are In
debted to our friend A. IL BoyrJen, Esq., ER'S PTOW
President, ior an inviution to attend the -L0W'
iifth Annual Fair of tbe Western North It will run lighter, It
Caroh na Agricultural and Mechanical TO lefm to keep it in order
' - - " w a
Association U be held at Salisbury on
ton 19th, 29th, $lst and 22d of October.
We uriderstarvu that the cuizeua of Sal
to foster and
Thirty days grace allowed in payment of pre
With them facto before than will the people
of North Carolina continue to pay annually
thonsanda upon thousand of dollars to build
up Foreign Companies, when they can secure
will torn vonr land better, It will make you better crops, It will eo insurance in a Company equally reliable and
r. than anv other Plow you have ever used. I ever dollar's premium they pay be loaned and
ai -a aa a e Tv 11 ar It J Z. -v . . - ( a ft I
SAVE MONEY, SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME, BY USING THE FA ft
isoury arc ;uK.ing every extensive ure-
. . . .
.i .ii ur ia i I naratinna tnr tlnii iwMimn anA . .
"The several iiialiccs ol the peice snau u -. ia 7- -., - wjawvo
fgcliwive uriyinal juristUulion, unuer euc. j ir. unginau catieu ior tne previous ques- i - h'ia "'''
We will furnish you Points one year for one plow in ordinary land for one Dollar
youpayyour blacksmith to do the same 00 your old-fashioned Plow 7
Whi mi miriii a err eat reduction in 1 rice .
All we ask of vou ia. Try it, and then if you don't like it bring it back and yoar
ha refunded to yon. V
WE WARRANT EVERY TLOW.
State, and among our own
What do invested ta our
Theo. F. KLUTTZ, I
hall J. P. McNEELY, Agt'a.
Saliawary, Is. C.
Owa'l. DaVu Agt's. Qreenaboro N.
Dec. 31 ly.
S Krider Rarnabus 8 KrW
rlftri Katie M Morris. Will
wife Kallie E llethei. Kert ?
nam iv r lennpg, . :r"r fmw
J Fleming, Natuan lrmiral, J!T
ing, Charles J Fleaatna. and J aha O 'TZ
Ivfendanta. in the above action, M n j
the next Term of the Stiperior S0
County of Rowan, at the Crt-Haawa
bury. 00 the Cth Mnadav after the S JJ
in NKember next (167 .JU
annrrr the oowiplaint of J.' . riew -rciitor
of the Laa V ill and Teaiameat ol
Krider, deceased, luuaua in
-u are lurther mmroinuru . i m
1 fe i.denu that if they fail to aB
i.!aii.t. within the time peciieu y7 -
....I I'l.iniiH will anrtIT 10 ine vw-
a .man mm YE 4
relief demanded in the complaint
.a. -A .L.PMft in I htm Ml tt incur
SM J- M aqjtB!... W
in SAUSBUUi, mm
Ckrx iMipenor coan jar"- 4
A Krider and W.
rmin PUni I aaasaaas and Will"
nmA anfeflallie E. Bcthea. at
of this Stato u
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