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FEBRUARY 17. 1S76.4
said into taaStatereafnryaHri ?wlMlla1ewbiWr4HJromii W make .otne
s lin?ert4 as f p fa l tArlliniexpesnr4f Raflroajl tranaettens
rl J.. t---.-J 1 irnnnlifl I . t. - - - -n. ' 11
w"" , i ; TT" 77 7"V wliichIiirolS.lcL. late, owepaon,
totroppHlo th number o tiiefcfat. jtlfcterN. & Boad.
THE CASE OF JEFFEItS OlX
There U probatlygno man in Amerfc
bo is the object of socli intense aversion
Z. 1U fu- tr,i.)i..LnM i.n10 coanti in thi-Sute und th proceed arwing
to pay for a year 10 cts. to pay pbstach from thene source, taking Rowan pmnty M n - Negro Cow Thieves, fttWilmin.iotjj stole
ItMtead of that, the arer-
ion the part of s man persoi
ami Dans. This is doe part
-niri Anf 1
T JljiliO. Reea. or' put any. out on
sirely cit eulated amopg .asJowarf ! the I r i . do welftaaddresTthe nn
epd oftfe w, M rDavU eit e Hi ffied- luHM ttock.
good answer. i noaojrr fogale. Also, Amencrw --e.;--
B men were 9ot ukVnlroiapris. Morgan's conbifation Hite fot.V
b'-r""' r : : . i -1
to as, a
. L jX buifrom ronfVderate hosrtaU; Where the PftS?y
te tt.erh-d-re Addrcu R. X,3
3J.A men.swasgJvei,toHck and wounded Fort.N.C. t i
position he held during the civil war, and tTu. f-t men ion-
partly to certain pecnlLi.ies of his char f u'Vi had
L.nd .h,. H, Blaine recently made br Ir- l)aV ,hat rr,u,e ..l,lL:?,J
mr-r rrw-Jotr-n, WixTQ'rTTfTT 30.00a r aiw. Itwtead oftbat, me arer- , , . 00 mmmA m .,v f: e, . -l. ' .l-JL.ut 0.000 more Droners ot ours man ?we
k "W1 MPi' 'jVVi. V- ' 'toiS -x hhofiuteTreaa. uu,BMrr wuc ,Mr m1WW v MT f 9r?v?nf . , r . lHB if 1 u.1 .1.. numr of fionfederatesl who
i tJIUAIi AiUrjyJU iO- , - V .u J ,:rt f I wlilcD tUe owner esillimira i oe wiinDriniiiciuue iiimin i ""'"7 ' j.j j :
-- . , , .. , ...
ry, or Jvm
ii ' died in our prisons exceeded by 5,000. the I
. .;it. .. iliat stirewa DOUiician anew reiy wr
ipss: i-yiiNi afe-h?;- riiT'lr';'
ICI.EIX.. I : ; poKWoftoriccl,.. iei,,J,.WnI,.epoWb1MiT JJXi.j.U "i.'rfSfX 2S OMUU
""T- ' IT. j th.Vr.l anU of .'j. SUtt,.olU .ftr the j (mit l relitVeih. AfwiiU W ol.gl.inoV, Wv-V. lo prevrot ll.e cndid f .'JTji
"VKfM;i',f lofth"Actl.pr0Tid.forth.btf,col. bope lb,y r :aik lb. ! U. tbonghTuI fron, reuderiog .rt.ir, WffiSl
nr... irKl erf; out of the best
short notice. Also, w in,qmy am. --
pedestals t for monnmeata- & ,AdfeM
fE,hiUipsBalisbury, 4 I C:tf ; '
n I .-I ! 1 1 - m. IH
altered or adding t!.ereto the following word. i daj'of Febrnarr, 1874. It U a aad commen- of more eepecW.peeAniary L,M, f Virginln.whieh we published
"And the children of the white race and the xrj upon the general demoralisation of .the interest to-the business men ofj RTeigh. yesteidax contiiJS u appeal which we do
chUdrenoftlwcoloredracsll betaaghlinsepe tiroes, and a serious reflection upon tbo r. integ- for it certaiuly contributes, much to the n.4 'disregard. , , ;,r t . .
Ante nnbiie school, but there Rhall be no dM i. f . nmp.akii larc aim! a wrr influential i Af This Uttr shows clearly, we think,
mminatton made In faror of. or to ihe .prejrt-I ,;uiw MMmH o1aa nf imUie servant. I I that the CoiifedcratS atitnoi Hies, and es
idicao either race;' ! k i l to be obliged 'todraW the conclusion, from of-h , . :. " i i pecially Mr. Davis, ought not to be held
80 that said section aaamended wUl ireadi UcUl return me to the that Our Fair.We respectfully Sugg-st to responsible for the ten ihle privai ions
follow: r "u-tr . --. " J- v vfi not lera than iwr ftfUu of all the fine-, renal- the officers of our -Fair that it is not to.
suffering, and n iuries lucli onr men naor
( -mm- - - 1 . . f 1 m -. a
t8ec2.The General Assembly, at Tits first ties, and forfeit ores received brth Superior eaHy to send out the Premiuitt List fr 10 ftn.dUre uUf1.inPJr T ' ri r .
asarion'onderUiia Contitt ton, shall iproride Ceurtaerk.ofUesereralcWBtiesarereto.J j876 , HereWfo ibis part of 'the! bu.i- Confederal ttitarY prisons Hi fjci
by Uaion and otherwise for a general and .nd by them, and ar. etr ated for k ITu lh-- Uel, Tt nnqueslioi.able that while tl Confede-
uniformsrstem of public schools, wherein, tni- by t!.em in anj waj whatever. . I cannot be- V T T ! j tl "tes desired to cxchang, prisoners , .
lion ah.Il be free of charge to allthithildren He,, that the defaulting Clerks as a . rule ts Jeaign-d, as we learn, to arrange the eend m.r mn home and 10 gK b.ck th ir
if tbe-Sta between the ages ofslxandjtwtiity. inlend ufUdiAimaL but they certainly are Premium List thu year more it the inter- own, Gen. Grant strad.ly nJm
one year.; And the children of the white wlliljT ineIcuable for conducting the busines est of farmer, and- mechanic than ever r;s'ea mico an eIc.,ang . """
race and the children ofecoredWce.MI 0rlheir office in sncl. .lax and reckless man- before; a fact of which they should be, Clllr condllion .ban
heUnghttn separate pttblic school. bat there ner. It appear, from commnnic.ion from definitely informed in time Jo flay their ly were captured, onr prisoners
tdeSracV"" 2? T?r" JT plan, and carry them out with success, in the sith were ill led and wuld be
to the prejudice of, either race. Senate dated Jan'y. 28, 1874 that no pay- . f ... . .. . . .04,,irwIi 11 llin much exb tusted bv
This amendment will forever exclude the Mv i JnahL and forfeUurZd The great object of the Association ,s to leslored to u. too much
m 1 r.amiii uriii 1 1 aa isa - r- . k a.
against the comparatively vigorous rat-n
who would be given in exchange. U is
- . .iii J j m m - -m m -
poibility of white and colored 'children being ap to thAt time been made to his office by promote the advancement ot these .inter
taughi together in public schools. The Repeb- cierksof the Superior Courts of the Countie eats as of primanr importance, add it should
1 1 rm n nniatniN in 1110 1 nnvantinn ma hat ryrw 1 a w-h it ; w- a 1 n w 1 a . r r . 1 . -
r....-w6 1 01 Alamance, ramuco, nuincrioraanu wtison not De lost siffM 01 in tue ettaeavnr to i,-Pli n our men he Id in onuiuern tr:s
to place themselves on the record a being bp- and that only rfottir had ve been re- make the Fair pay expenses. Many ous' snid Grant in an official communi
I"" w.u.uwii-wHiuj wwi eetved from the County of Uraven. The period . j u k i.:..: crinn "not tn exchange them: but it is
known.that the Republican leader, are rea referredtoembr,cel the whole of theyear 1869, "urewc" 1 ..-1 humane to those h it in the ranks to fight
hotiletoiu adoPtion-and the Republican ,870 1871 i872 and 1873. .The aggregate u" iub wwrn onr battles. If We commence
a a . a - 1 T . a I I I. . k.;n Ifx am. mm m . o flu. I ... ... -
P py, noionowij in . laTor, not 1 qiq received for the five years from all the 9 ,,B ""jrew 00 ''""f ' 0f exchanges which llbentes all prisoners
only of mixed schools, but aIo of intermarriage CkrKB amonnted to only W2,12047t The institution cannot long survive on a repu taken, we will have 10 fight on until tin-
between the race a appear from the pnWic amouu paid in by the Clerk of the following tation not fully sustained by a practice ot whole South is exterminated. If we bold
ich it eeeka l thi)e n?Mi ,nPX con, ,or n0 ranre ,rH"
I l . J ' ill AiA ..,. " l.o 0..1H rn an
t 1 limn luru. iiiu !, ' c-.n
States, where it maintains an undixpnted and The Clerk of Beaufort Count r paid irto the . i other occasion "deem it advtuabl-e or jusi
abaolute acendency. M ' t; . A.-.... 2TfiQ7 1 ne tarcers ot the country nave oren r...etorce theenemv: and an immt-di
7500 very plow to recogniaed the labors f I he ate resumption i exchange woulil have
$-3,o0 Association as designed lor their ben fi . had that effect without any corresponding
w""ru w : powic anjounU paid in bv the Cleric of the following tation not lully sustained
ct-of that party m the Cngrrf the United nmed Countie will envey to the people ,me those ptinciplcs with whi
SUtei;andinUieIilaturebodies5of those idea J Aw diftVrent Clerk acted: m A iLf .1,
c. k.. : .n -j commend Mselt to the cla
must be held alloWether 'arfinUred. f
There are otlier things in his fleftfr
not essential to this question, 'Xpreiions
of political opinion and intimations of
views limn larger uliects. wlucn su l'
not necessary that w should difeuas
We are bound, however, lo say that in
elevation qf spiril, in a sincere desih or
the total restoration of raternal Jpeling
and unity between the once warring parts
nuely superior atod infinitely more treats
able to him. both as a statesman and (
man, than anything that has recentlyalien
from such antagonists and critics of jtis as
Mr. Blaine. ?
" -r . '
Landlord and Tenant Act.
The Goklsboro Memger says : Last summer the
Radical candidates and speakers in Uils section en
deavored to make a bur "hue bear out of the so-call
ed "landlord and tenant act." All sorts of vlUlanous
mtsrepresentatlves of the act were resorted to, and
as the planilag time Is again upon us, perhaps It
may be of Interest to reproduce the law which ex
plains itself. We wish merely to add tnat the act Is In
substance the same of one tnat has been In operation
for years, wnlch was framed by the Radicals: them
selves, only Uiat now a verbal agreement la placed
on equal footing with a written agreement. Varm
ers should read It carefully and jMvaerve for "future
lie it enacted, c. $
Sec. l. Wben lands shall be rented or leased by
agreement written or verbal for agricultural pur
poses or snan oe cultivated ny a crooner, unless oth
erwise agreed between the parties to the lease or
agreement any and all crops raised on said land shall
be deemed and held to vest In possession of theowner
of tue land, or the lessor or the party entitled under
tne agreement to receive tne rent and nis assigns at
Treasury for the 5 Tear
Section 4, of aid A rticle now reads a follows; J clerk of Anwm co. paid
-Hee. 4. 1 lie proceed of sll lands that have Tbe Clerk Gf Bladen co. tid
been, or hereafter may be granted by the United The rlerk of Brjnwwick co. poid
- SutestothisStoteandnotolherwUespeciallyap- The c,rk Gf (:an,den co. paiil
propriated by - the United States; or heretofore Xhe Cjerk f Catawba ro. p.id
by this State; alo, all money, stock, bond, The Clerk of Craven o. paid
and btherproperty now bejongiifg to any fund The QWrk of t,J,eo.mle co. paid
for purposes education; alo, the net pro- The Clerk of Rutherford co. paid
ceedMhat mtiy accrue to the State from sale The Clerk of Guilford to. paid
of estrays, or from fine, penalties and forfeit- The Clerk pf(reene co. paid
ores; also, the proceeds of all sales of the The Clerk of IWifsx co. rid .
swamp lands belonging to the State;; also, all Tbe Clerk of Irtdell co. paid
money that shall be paid as an equivalent for Xhe Clerk of Johnston co. paiJ
exemption Trom military duty ; also, all grant, The Clerk of New Hanover paid
gift, or devies that may hereafter b made; to The Clerk of Northampton co. paid
this State, and not otherwie appropriated by ibe The Clerk of Perquiman co paid
grant, gift or devise, shall be securely invetid, TI.e Clerkf Rockingham co paid
and sacredly preserved as an irreducibU edaca- The Clerk of Rowan co. paid
turnal fund, the annual income 0 tohuh together The Clerk of Wake co. paid
with so much of tlie ordinary revenue of the The Clerk of Wayne co. paid
State as may he necessary, shall, be faithfully Thft tjerk DP Wilkes co. paid
appropriatetl for establishing and perfecting in The Clerk of Yadkin co. paid
this State a ystern of free public schools, and Xhe Cltrk of Forsythe co. paid
loqno omer iMirjoes or ue wi.ioeTer.'' r From all whidi it will be neen, that there
The amendment strike out the whole of are Clerks f Clerk. Mr. John A Boyden,
aaid section, and proposes to insert he new ec- Ute Clerk of Rowan Co. sent to. the Treasurer,
Uons, in thereof, as follow: ; ,j during his term of office, a period of a little more
Sec 4. The proceeds of all lands that than two years-lhe sura of $406.00 or twice as
nave oeen or may nereaner ie granted by the mnc, M hii( predes r returned for the 5 year
United Stale to thw State, and not otherwise nrevious and Li .urw.r. Mr. John t
$596,53. 1 We miht eav this was their fault ; aiid
55,00. yei it is claimed that the Association, by
' ' I eivine eieater promiuence t mere en
njgf'jl tertainments or sports, has failed to snm
000 extent in its duty. These things should
782,82. be reconciled, a d we believe H is la the
' 20,00. power and the will of the board of i fficers
Io21,30. to manage the business with wisdom and
appropriated by this Stale or the United
States; aU, all money, stock, bonds and oth
er property, now belonging to any'&afc fund
for purposes of education ; also .the; net pro
ceeds of all Males of the swamp land belonging
to the Slate, and ail other grant, gifts or devi-
Horah, the present Clerk of Rowan Superior
Court, returned to the Public Treasurer for the
year ending Sept. 1, 187 being the first year
of hi terra of office the nm of $745,11. It
wa Mr. Horah, who firt called my attention
to this matter and It wa at instance, that
U . i. n 1 a 1 1 I
- r uvauer may o maoe introduced in the Convention the ordinance
to thw; State and not otherwie: appropriated proving to amend section 4 of the Article of
by the State or by the term of the grant, gift lhe Constitution under consideration. Mr.
r device, shall be paid into the State treas- lJonk ine lhe MMf .odi draftd the Bill-
ory; and, together with so much of the ordi- Strange to say, it at firt provoked the wildest
nary revenue 01 tne atate a may be bylaw and rawt bitter opposition in the Conrention.
aetapartfbr that purpose, shall befeithfully The Committee on Education fries reported
appropriated for publishing and maintaining ag.inl its paage-and even after the Com-
in thi State a sytem of free publicj achooK tnittee reported favorablv tipon the Bill, con-
j ; andfornootheriorpiirp whoevefe siderable opposition was manifesteefc. against it
j P'J5- A" monJs. -Ptock, bonds and on the floor of the Convention-but fter the
f ther property belonging to and county sc1ko1 ordinsnce wa fully explained and understood,
find ; also, the net proceeds from tb sale if it was adopted n.mWy. '
erays ; also, the clear proceed, of a penal- bow unjustly the present system
ties and forfeiture, and of U fines collected n work. Edgecombe count v, for in,tance,
the several counties for any breach of the pe- h,T!ng t to the State Tresarerthe sum
nal' or military laws of the Statejf and all of $2500-being the proceeds of fines, pen-
moneys which .hall be paid by peraons as an .lties nd forfeiturethat sum U invested
equivalent for exemption from militvry doty, in United States Bnds-nd the annual inter-
shall belong to and remain in the several - ih-rpfrom t. rl J;..;n-, , .1.- 1
......! i - . .v.. tin. r . Cl (
counties, and shall be faithfully jappropriated Counties of the State in proportion to the num-
for estsblwhing and mainuining tree, public beV 6f school children in each County.-CraVen
, school in, the several counties of theSute: County Laving contributed only oieHol&r in
i ;. fr otidtd. That the amount collectedi in each entitled to receive back quite a mucli aa fldge-
. county shall be t annually reported tp the Su- combe, which contributed $2500. Rowan
perioteodent of Phblic Instruction. . j County for the year ending Sept 1, 1875, con
Under the present section, .11 moneys etc. tributed $745,11. and was entitled to receive
belonging to anyund for purpoae. of edoca- baek, not the interest on that amountbut the
ion-except what may be appropriated for interest on only about one fifth part thereof. A
free scliool purpoee put of the ordinary reve- County with an honest and faithful Clerk, i.
jmeof the State-ar. requirecT to bejaecureiy therefore, no betteoffthan one with a faithless
7 iBvesjed and sacredly preserved ca tmrfitct- ,n'd dishonest one. Under the proposed anieiid-
. r4 ediienaaitiad, the 4aaf iseoMs e.isaibl, ment, otf aadpwwftiMooaiiy collect-
-i ea. can be used for keeping op oar public ed, will remain in the several Counties; and the
acaoQlfc -ineprwpl this uredoW Tund whole amount will beexpended forth, support of
f" ...wvu iu e jwucneu, uaer ay cuxum- e common schools. It will be to the interest
'... -tatees. The Convention thought it, best, to of the County Commissioners sod of the school
place it inah tvm Committee, in each Coanty, to tee to it, 'that
both the principal and interest of all funds, d- Clerks aud MagUtrate. make prompt and hon
"Voted to purposes of free education,; in 'sueh est retnms. I have no doubt, if the proposed
. -cBlan',er mht deem moL oducire to the amendment shall be ratified, that the ' fines,
proper supporUnd maintenance of a system of penalties and forfeitures hereafter collected by
free public schools. The children of the State Clerks and other officers, will be faithfully
r now JnJhe;utmot need of all possible edn- accounted for-and will be properly expended
catiopal faclliiles-and all funds In the Treas- In educating our children. This amendment
v I I W?T h .;8tal.ey. for educational purposes, will save the people of the State, each year at
ought to be expended upon the education of least $25.000 and will be the meins of furn-
tlie children of thw day and generation, j The ishinginstn ,u to about 25,000 more of the
Income arising from the present school fund. Is children of the State than are now being" taught
ery small but the whole sum is quite consid- In h Phlic W and white, and blacks
enlarge the circle of our present t free school for the cmt of the (institutional Convention to
system, nu 11 h 07 no mean, eerwjnand j"y nwiung 01 me immense advantage it i will
Meinar from past experience it can sea reel v lL Lbe. 10 ,he Sute. tht there shall be taught! and
h 't.t sK .rp.nhlh.t If . LiL I !IMM! mfnJ children, who would other.
r? r,f-T-rr. ' VJ ! wjsegrowapin ignorance-.-and, probably, in
ivnuaHrat fynd shall rw final! mirotvnnlmtaA I .; 1 II ...A :- . -
w- ; - ' j,.. v.t 'im irrespective ot race.
. vor pnrjoa t eaucnuou, ti win ptove o Mf UIUI w jTriu mnuuion who wish their
V nv real benefit,! ihe futnse. It i J poaslbris, ch.,dl" ,to hajre-thw privileges of an education,
L? Jadly Invested, or by some nnfbrseen calamity good of th Slate by 4ing for "the amend-
-4wr rByuwiiwii. me occus m irjn iy" ri, Jt MUx UCsiVyKJ,
Seud oat the Premium Lit.
Firtfrom Lightning. It is i ot a. com
mon thing to see a flash of Hgbti.ing and
before the thunder has wtli ceased to roar,
a great sheet of fire burst up, illuming the
clond -covered heavens, a whole: town,
gilding in an instant, gables, wall, trees,
cupolas, spires, fences, and even the pav
ing stones of the streets. Such a scene
is exerting as well as rare. It is electrical
in its effects on human nerves giving
the women the "oh la mes," children lhe
squalls, and men the "get np-aud-gits."
We had such an one in Westward at 2
o'clock, a. m., Monday morning last. Ii
was a stormy night. The heavpns wen
black with clouds and the rain was, com-
ing down in fitfulApril showers. The
muttering thunder at length set-incd to
have marshaled the furies aVove for n
grand demonstration. It came snddeul)
- a glaring flash aud a clear quick rcjmrt
followed, in an almost iiconc-ivnblo eurt
lime with an out-burst of flame, leaping
up far above intervening oljects and
lighting up for miles around the whole
country. It proved to he thej barn of
Mr. R. J. West, which was well j filled
with dry straw and fodder. The loss i
small, being partly covered by Insurance.
The cows failed to come home the even
ing before so that there were, no lost live
Singular Decision of a Judge.
A short time since two of 1 Wheeler
& WilsouV sewing machine agents,
J? . A. Ammons ami John It.. Uovin-
ton, stationed in Wilraingtion, em
bezzled the funds of their company,
and made tracks out of the ; State.
Hearing of them in Ohio, Governor
Brogden made requisition, but the
Judge out there decided " the papers
accompa!nyiug the requisition were
not sufficient and discharged the pris
oners on that grouud. The governor
then sent a new requisition and we
see the case was heard the other day
at Lebanon, Ohio, before a Judge
Smith on a new warrant issued for
the delivery of the prisoners : by the
Governor of that State. The court
held it had a right to inquire wheth
er or noli these parties were fugitives
from justice and to this end permitted
tlie prisoners to take the stand ; and
testify iu their own behalf. Of course
they swore , they were pinks and had
Jeft North Carolina with a boquet of
d.. i. . ..... 1 . .1
iiiguw ietc'L pinneu 10 iineir
buttonholes. The prosecution objec
ted to th8 testimony and askel for
further time to produce affidavits to
Erove beypud question their IguSlt.
tit the court refused aud discharged
thft prisioners. , . .
This evidence must be taken as con
clusive. It proves that it was not the
Confederate authorities who iitbieted on
keeping oar prismiers in distress, want
and disease, but the commander of ou
own armies. We do not say that hie
reason fortius course, was not valid; that
1 not now the question; but it wa not
J flerson Davis or any siibordina"! or
associate ot his who fhotild now be con
demned for it. We were responsible
onix l.es tor the continued detention ot
our captives in misery, starvation and
sicknc in the South.
Moreover, there is no evi e ce what
ever that it waa prac icable f.r the Con
federate Muihorities to f-ed our prisoiiei.
any belter than they were fed, or to 'give
them better care and attention thin they
received. -The. food wa msnfiicien'; the
care and attenti n was insufficient, no
doubt; and yet lhe condition of our pris
oners was not wore than that of the
Confederate soldiers in lhe fiVId, except
in so fir as the condition of those in pris
on must, necessarily, be worsn than that
of men who are free and active outride.
Aain iu reference to those cases of
extreme suffering and di.-eae, the photo-
Of all hinds and prices. Strings and Trim
ming;! for Guitars, liaujors and Violins
can be aad at
Kt M. XI II MJ I I II
all times, untu the rent of said land sbaU be paid
and unlit all tne supulatlons contained in tne leas
or agreement shall be performed or damages la Ueu
Mill Stones !
r . I
v ' jtr k ifTTRPHY have this day remov
ed -their stock of Goods io tlie Store occu
pied by James A. ilcuonnaugaey, .wh
they will be glad to see all old fiends and
tne puouc gcCr.j. . forrv
lo:ot iwt a. " y
ever brought to the Salisbury 1
to Country Merchants on ; liberal teran
Coma and ae
BUS ft BARKER.
Our Living and ourDeJ
NORTH CAROLINA, 1 U th Scp. Cocht.
Row A CocifTT. I sp7tlx January, 1 0 1 o.
THE plan of the prop4l Ineprpo"atin.
to wit : The Salislwty Builtlinir Associ
ation having been signed py the Corporators,
nnl nermiaaion to oncniloOK8 01 suuscriu-
tion to the Capital Stojrk thereof having
been granted, and two-tniras 01 saiu capi
tal Stock having lxren jsubscriUed : J",
therefore, at the request isf John A. Boyden,
one of the said subscribers or corporators of
the said Salisbury Building Association,"
a meeting of the subscribers -of the Capital
Stock thereof is hereby galled to be held at
the Court-House in the town oft Salisbury,
on Tuesday the 7th day pf March, 1876.
JOHN 31 HORAH,
Clerk of the Superior: Court
16:3t:pd Jiouan County.
GlenlJiiriiie for Sale!!
rpHE undersigned beinj? crippled and nna
J. ble to work the farm, oilers tor sale hi
tract of land within thrcequarlers of a mile of
MoCKSTiLtK. contaimug f
A Magazine of ; 128 pages,
TA tn. "Kert- rami:.. I
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Cash muit accompany all ordert. ,j
Address, S. D. POOL, fialeigh
thereol shall be paid to the lessor or part entitled
w receive me rent, me same ornis aessigns, ana un
til tlie said party or his asshrns snail be paid for aU
advancement made and exoense Incurred In mak
ing and saving said crop, and until the sold party or
uu aligns ku.ui oe paiu any and an claims ana ae-
mandsaguiust tne leasee and cropper. wnlcB accord
ing to agreement, written or verbal, between the
aitles stiouid be a Ueh on said crop. That this lien
e preferred to all other liens ; such lessor ot party
entitled under tbe agreement to receive rent fur said
land and his assign shall be entitled aralnst the
lessee or cropijer, or any other person who shall
gat tier or remove any part of said crop without the
consent of the lessor or party entitled to reoerve the
rent and to tlie possession of the croo until the said
lu-ns are .satisfied, or hii assigns to tue remedies giv
ing in uie c-oae or mvn Procedure upon a claim for
tne dellveri' of personal property. A
a. Where any controversy shall arte between
uie parues u snail oe com Detent for the uartv claim
lug poa session of tne crop by virtue of the preceding
sec-iton to proceJd at once to have tlie matter determ
ined In the court of a Justice ot the peace if tlie
ainouat eUilmed slLill be less than two hundred dol
lars. And In the Superior Court of the country
where the property Is situated, It the amount so
claimed shall be more than two hundred dollars, and
at tue time of issuing1 the summons or at 'any time
thereafter upon the tlljiig an amdavlt of theclalm
ant, setting forth the amount claimed and the? prop
erty upon which the lieu atucaes it shall be the
duty oi the Jjstlee of the peace, or of the chirk of
the Superior Court In whatsoever court the suit shall
be pen.il ng to Issue an order to the constable or
sheriff as the case may be, directing him to take In
to immediate possesion all of said property or so
much thereof as shall be necessary to satisfy the
claimant's demand and costs and to sell the: same
under tue rules and regulations prescribed by the
law tor the s ile of personal pro erty under execu
tion, and to hold the proceeds of such sale subject to
the decision of the court upon the Issues Joined be
tween the parties. That In all rases in the Superior
Court arising under this act, the return term; shall
be the trial term. , :
Sec 3. Any tenant, lessee of land or cropper, and
any person who shall remove any part of said, crop
from such land without the consent of the owner of
the land or lessor or party entitled to receive the
rent and without giving him or his agent Ave days
notice of such intended removal, and before satisfy
ing all liens on said crop, shall be guilty of a misde
Said tract lies ell for colli ration, and is well
supplied with water. rbere are too ffood
school, male and female. fn Mocksville. Said
tract has on it a pad dwelling huace, and all
necessary out-buildings. :
Any person wishing tolb'iy wilj please call
on the undersigned, ax be b anxiooa to sell.
I7;tf - fj . El ilTJMFOKD.
ON jvnd OFF
Slick) as. Grease !
WH. A EAGLE
respecfullr at)li ui.ees
his coiitituiaiue at nis old
stand in his old line, on Main strewt, opposite
EnniKV lrug Store, lie ft always ready and
anxious to oeouitiio3,ite efistiuer in the liot
and Shoe bUMiiess in the hfst m an hat jH.-ilJe.
tin is prepared to do first yl ass work and can
compete with am northern shop on hand made
j hs. Ilis machine. Iatj.ile..!are if the latest
and let pat ems. lie keps on band ready
maleirork, and stoca i-qnal to anr tMcial or-
der. Fooling Boot iu Iwst style, $7. New'
uoits, otM ijuniiiy, f 1 1 . icp:ii;rinji neany una
promptly d-me at reaiai'4e piee; Satisfac
tion guaranteed or no cliarre i
t a-h orders by mail prompt tv fiih d.
WM .. KaGLE.
Jan. 20 187G. ' l5:6tno
THE OLD WD RELIABLE
RALEIGH, U. G.
Toys, llasket. Pistols, Bowie and Pocket
Knives. Cartridges, Envelope, Paper, Pic
ture Frames, Phying Cards, Perfnme
ries. Soaps, Croquet Sets, Bats,
Balls, Swings, Bobby Horesr
Wagons, Step Ladders,
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
A ud many o'her things too tedious to ineutii u.
Xo trouble to please at
NAT. L. BROWN'S,
Bolleman Building. Rale'gh.
Buy an ESTEY ORG AN. Upwards of S5.
000 sold The Estey Organ is the Best for
Churches, .cbls and Parlors. The Estey
Organ lend the World t0-y
fXext door to the COURT HOUSE
rUE cheapest and best place in XorlblCar
1. oli.ia to buy firt class MouuuieAt's. Tombs.
ead Stones, &c , &v. None bntthe best ma
terial used, and all work done in tbe best Sirlc
of the art. A call will satisfy you of the tViith
of the above. Orders solicited and promptly
tilted. Satisfaction guaranteed or tin charge
made. . JOHN B. BUIS, Propr.
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Tlie Spring session will open on Wednes
day; Feb. 2d, 1876. j
Circulars with terms, &c, on application
to MRS. E. X. GRANT, Principal,
16:3m Statesvillc, N. 0. f
; , New York, Feb. 7l All vessels
arriving ijreport a terrific gale at sea
A correspowlen of the Iforniny
Star nominates General Kobert
Vane for Governor, ...j i
All persons indebted to McCubmxs, Beai.l
& Dean, are requested to come forward and
settle, as longer time cannot be given, A
word to the wise is sufficient. '1
McCUBBINS, BEALL & DEAN
Jan. 13, 1876. 14:3t f
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Elisabeth TV "ard. Gray Barris andV
.-:r.. k.i. . . 1.
uc u-aoei.il, ana otners, (,..
AOAIKST i VN'OTICE.
S. D. Stout. Mat hew Stoht. and l?
others, defendants. j ' J
rVO S. I). Stout, Mathew Stotifnnd others
1 whose na ues are nniknown. beir-at law
of Peter Stout, deceased ; ?Vuw T West, Jemi
ma w est, rUch-'el V est, Sarah Wet, Samuel
We-"t, and Wm YarboroMntirs-nt-law of Han
nah West, deceased, dcfci dants in this ease.
1 on will take notice that; thej-'Iaintiff iv this
case will make a motion to confirm tbe rale of
the land described in the Petition, lefore me
at my office in the Town 4" Lexington, on the
SEVtb day of March. 187R, when1 and where run
may attend and show causp, if ary you hare,
wby said sale shall not Je Confirmed.
l ms Jist day of Jauuar, 1876. ?
- c;f. LOWE,
Clerk Superior Courlj and Probate Jndge
Of Davidson Count r.
It appearing to the satisfaction ol thA Conrt
that the defendants in the sibore eutitled action
arc uou-residents of this State, it is therefore
ordered and adjudged by tbe Court'that publi
cation of the foregoing XWticei together with
tins order, le made once a week fornix succes
sive weeks in Tbe Carolina Vth!iti
a newspaper published in the cii' of Salisbury,
North Carolina. 0. p. LOWE.CJ c.
I hare just completed my lairpe andctt!
modious briclc Livery and Stile Stabler!
ated on the ground of the old Mnnsioi
tel stable, which property I recently p
chase-; and am now prepared to accost
date DROVERS with pood sheltered!'
and feed for at least 150 head oftmll
shall also hare a good WAGOft YAp
with1iouse on it for. the use" oWngns
and wood fbr making fires. 1 ' j
I shall keep, constantly on liand
HORSES and MULE
and .persons wanthd
bny stock will find it to their intcrpt
purchase from me, as I will irnaraBtM
stock to le as I represent it: ithmij
will Ite taken hark nl th nionpv r.f.l.
I also keep Harness and fc
die Horses for H I UK ; and rf -send
parties to am- nomttkl
devire to go. ' My Buggies, and all oM
conveyances and Harness, are entire!? atf
aiHTtf thelest patterns find wprkmaBshil
Persona desiring p;(Md Horses anl newKl
c omfortable rehicles will find Uicru at a
Stable, and af a-TtoMonablc,prices nitet
stable in' this place. ' ,
am also prepared to do any im
IIALLlJNli with two horse teams.
, -"TIIOS. E. BU0WX
Dec. 22, t875. ll:lhno
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, have thiifc
formed, a co-partnership for the purnoK
tlurf4iaRino' unci sellinr rp! rtAt m "til".
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States of Virginia and North Carolina. C
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Estate tor sale, including water junveixi
to place it in pur hands. ,
We advertise generally throughout ti
North and Northwestern States.! I
j J. W. McKIXSETJ
D. F. MEUilX. L
By permission we 'resiKM'tfullv refer
Messrs. W. 8. Patton. Sfins & Co.. Bankft
Maj. W. T. Sutherlih and W. T. Clark li
Danville, Va.; Hon. G. C. Cabbell. raetslr
of Congress, Danville, Va; T. W.
oaiisDury; butlrertin Johnson, .Lltarioi
Dr. John Robeson, Statesvillc, N. C;
A- Dowden, President ! 1st National Btfy
ami oanauei niiCK, t'n"Siucnr iinwiij
Qank, Millersburg, Pennsylvania.. I
Addresvianville, Va.: Chatham, PittPf
vania county, Va.; or Millersburg, Dnp;
county, Penn. - - . f
Danville, Va December 8th, 3875-
Chesapeake and Ohio E E
TS.a?vRAISESTBjLL ROrTE BE"
wiiS NORTH CAKOjLINA AND THE
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
. . MAIL I
ijeave uichmond 9 S
MONUMENTS. $ HEADSTONES.
Scotch ui luteal MIc
On hand and tarnished to Order.
ALL 0B0ERS PROMPTLY IXECUTEPl
Address, - .. JOHN CAYTON.
c rner aorgaa aaa Blunt Streets, .
(Raleigh, M c.
W bite Sulpher, - toiJO, - . 8.42 "
Uantington, 9.40!a ra 4.55 r m
r- O-UU m
(nnectins closely i all of the Great
Trunk Ltnes for the Wat, iVa-BV and
SMYt. This is the Morten, aJet 1
cheapest Route, with less change of, can than
any othetjJind paasea ihrotljgh the ef Kenery
ta the world. T , .
! Passengers takinsr the
i. I It. ii. have no delayi but connect closelr
to any point in Uie West. ; 7
First class and Emiuigrpnt Ticltets at U,e
rl I,r8,,na "?g?8e checked. Emi
granU goon Express Train TlMK, Distakce.
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i-ZLVZVT U1 find it to their in
juring Bhmds or or-
F or Information and Rile a'pplr lo
J. U. DAME,?Jo,?Ageol.
mG. M. MclvENii;
I Ticket Agent
-Cr. HOWARD. f-?'
Qe.i Ticket A genti r,'..-
. M. . IIUM-i, j
Sellinff this mar rsh at 23
On time, lst'Nov., 62 50
Payable in cotton, 430 lbs.
KIAD THE KOLLOWIXO :
MR. J. ALLEN BliOWX
Ageut Navassa Gtaxo,
.T. Q i - Salisbury, K. C, i
Dear Sir: I now send you the remitt"
experiments with Guaiiox. thw n.r.
t . j ..... - ; j .. -y.-
j uscaeigni Kinus ol tJuano, sehmf
of as nearly iniform il as possiliJe. y
xiu-, puumg so cents worth oi vwu
the row ; and hy the mle of "all thsc Go;
I put iuto one row I9U lbs of ffood itblf;
. n r 1uiMiA.A : . . . L ; Ii
'( rig OJB IU WllUOUt ailTIHOlf.
rows were it; rons. (or 100 yard) by nifi
and 50 rows to rho acre, in the tuiJ t
acre field. I struck nir rows, siiboilwlf'
rwr putting the Guano in and jIntit g, at
the same day, being be (5th day of Mi- ;
Stable Manure, 21
British Lion. 17
Zell's Phosphate 2ti
Sea Fowl, goj
Cat Island, v u
Now, friend Brown, you see the reolt.
Agem oi the other Guanos are ait mj
I dtm't iTeak dispotSgingly ofaiiv tw"f
Gnapos, not at all. The sorriest mJ WJ
IL. ml . -r . . ,IM
mo baussa most assureaiy r" .
of all. Every acre where I used all M";
j make on
to 456 lbs.
I make one bale to the acre wjeigb'0
tn Af? -f
Permit me to say, in wnclu5,tjbV
the altove as a basts. 1 Lose C.6T0 lb.?
ton by not using all of your n ost flow
ho? t f all Gtiano?i, the Nitvi.
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