RALEIGH, N. C., SATURDAY, MAROlI 9, 1807.
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SATCBDAY, MARCH 9, 1867.
The Wrong Fodtion of Wordi in a
It is no wouder that the English Language
ji io difficult to learn. Id iu pronunciation
it is a inysterj iu ell intelligent foreigner ;
in its etymology it I a jumble of root and
formations from every jiolite tongue, and in
iu arrangement Ufa perliape even more in
. - ... wnn.ler. trenLlcmen of evcrv
nation turn from it study Willi a fueling of
urtatifled longiag mat some one would
.how the ptiilwotlical principle that gT
As Gratnintf, ami- Orthoepy and Defini
tioo too, depeud upon "tarred utugt at the
yrtmot daf, "it Isfcomee us t inquire Why
there is audi variance among acknowledged
Kngliali writer. Perhaps it l owing to the
(Jeruianizing tendency "I tliinkera and au
thor. Witness, exnipli gratia, the writing
of Carlyle. M"re 'probably it i owlnt! to
the weakness fl mlli-r minda imitating
the foible, ratlier than the eicellenees, ot
the rtylrrf Trreatrr wt- My an edmiret
of Dr. Johnann, in put ting hi thought on
paper, will iH-rhap insensibly lall iuUi
the sonorou diction of the jrreat-Kayit,
but, not having hi power, find hi essay
miid-anutidiBg enough, but empty. So, too,
how many imitate Carljle" mverae at.vle,
only to reveal more palpably that it i
I'arlyle'alvigor that triumphed over hi die
lion Even Milton' prow:, gorgenu ami
lordly, win not only admiration, but weak
ropvia'ts who have not hi lordly thought.
But all thi lead us to notioe in writer
and apeaker of the present day, who may
indeed he quotwl a atHiturilfcs, some inele
gances, if not poaitive inaccuracies.
lit The inaeitto) of an adverb between
tilt ign of the infinitive, to, and the verb ;
an, to tborouglirjr' f iamlhr'"br fully Un
derstand." Perhaps you may recognise tlieae expn-s
ions, but no harm i meant except to bring
the matter home, and to cheek an existing
add growing Suipropriety. Now ce how
awkward thia aentenoc is : "I wiah to tare
fully listen to those muaitiaua whoares.ii.l
to elegantly play." What ia wrong in that ?
and why will that not lie good English,
when, in an official document, issued Ironi
the Legislature of the nation, we find this
expression ; It becomes u to carefully in
vestigate the fact, and to thoughtfully con
aider the remedies." An adverb may Ik
uaed properly and euphoniously, if not loo
long, lot ween the auxiliary and the main
verb; a, aiM nut thought ; I Kmairt
fully evntUlrrrd But thi innovation (lor
i lie pureat old Kugliah writer ili not um il,
I think.) is almoct aa ungainly an expression
I net have thonght.
Snd. The uae of the word not, with -verba
nieanilig to declare opinion, emvie4ttt, ur
tu ae or coum deration.
For example : I have heaid, and ban
every una, tbi atoteiioe many a Mite : "I
do aot tbiak be very ick," or "I don't
lielieve 1 will go to town " Clearly the a r
aon .peaking hal Ixn-n delilieratiug uml
had arrived at a ronrliiKioti., lie ahoiilil lut v:
"Id think tr I tiling) hi- i not vervai. k."
"1 believe I will not go to town. Tt
negative, in both inatancea, and in all mi. Ii
example, qualifies not tlie declaration of
the eonvitiiUi, but the result of tin- convi. -tioa.
Perliap you have heard II. ia: '1
have not tUouuhl avrlrmaty ataMil If, t.jir t
don't reckon I can come." lit re ib.r. i .i
confeaaion of deliberation even tln.ugli it i
not "aeri'iua," yet a denial in the mm. -ding
rlauae. It ahould be : "I have not thought
eriously about H, but I reekon (or raiher
conelude) T can not cortie."
Srd, The position of an adverb, ho that it
night modify two or three different word
'- iriittciirir w-
Such ambiguity may indeed I obviated
bv cofteet inlleclion of voice in r. a.lnii;
aioudf butcarele writer fnuently h ave
the readiT in doubt a to his inlention,
Thu: ULady Audley's Secret, a Mikcr
u made to aay : I lr yon aerbmaly to
reflect on thi- evideriee." The qeeatme
ariae : Ia he ak arriouly, or dots he auk
ber toietiect araioualy t
Again t "I beg you earnoatly to heeil my
advice.". "I have aakeil you regularly to
attend church,"' or, w hat I worae atill, yet
quite frequent, ''He ia the moat conceitnl
man whom proltably $wi know." "He i
the beat speaker that you perhaps ever
hcartU".., In these instances the contingency
is not attached to the knowing or hearing
but rather to the adjective qualifying or the
Let no one aay theae diarriininaliona are
Ion nice. If they ere just, it becoui,- us to
stride hf them, and keep our old Kngliah
m. o. y.
Tan Knm poar Okficb. The follow
ing anecdote is told in connection with the
Poate Reslante Depart ment of the I'ari
Poat OfUoa; "(ns ilay a gentleman who
.howsil gfea agitalbm, end dragging by
the arm young lady in a hall fainting con
ditionJ entered the bureau and asked in a
fierce tone It there was a letter for Madame
L 1, Tlie clerk carefully went over the
packet from the L pigeon hole 'Nothing
for Madame I, .' An hour afterward the
young lady retained, this lime alone, snd
almost trembling approached the counter.
Tha clerk sevr her, and before she had lime
tn speak, he said 'Here is your teller. Mad
ame ; on no account whatever could I de
liver it to any one but yourself.' Madame
I.- adda N.Ducaiup, has entertained the
very, highest regard for the poste real ante
The Renville Rrfuttr tella of a Mr J. A.
Lanier, m Pittsylvania county, who has jui
sold hU new ground tobacco, alaiut hooo
pounds, luira and-ftll, at an average of $."0
per hundred, makinir tUOOft. In nd.lili.nl
to this he made H,IM or 4,000 poiindol'..,l
bind tobacco, begides grain, Ac., ennrigh for
hi farm. He did this with seven -or eighl
ban. la, and the HeqitUr truly ava. with the
sitme investment of money and the same
amount of labor, no other business will yield
so large e profit.
their own housei Their "pet Inmlm, the
negroes, commence to npiirwiate their ne-
, fariou doings. Kev, Mr.-Wiiliams(ehirwl,)
at ' meeting held In Klect street, Brnoklyn,
but evening callel them "hypocrites" and
--JNakWthtwpr.ili ttii my he ain fiat It
has taken the 'eoloaed He ve rend and his
friends a long time to find it out H srWL
. - A lahorina; Mian In Providence, R. I., hat
,t been sent to jail for fen. days for falling
. asleep In church. The Journal think the
i" clergyman ought to be Heed for not preach-
iuu auta iu acr-y uiin w wkv. -
The Act to Eftttbliih n Uniform System
of Bankruptcy Throughout the United
8tatet What the Bill Is-What it
The substance ot this most important bill
just passed by the Senate and llouae, and
approved by the President, will be louud as
follows iu the summary tbat we give :
Section I. establishes the several District
Courts of the United Htates aa courts of
bankruptcy, in addition to tile other origi
nal jurisdiction they now have.
becliou 2 gives the Circuit (,'ourta rquity
5 tower U) siiervie the prticeeiliuga ol the
lialrict Courts iu bankruptcy litigation and
alttiirk, and in luldition to tins power gives
thorn coiicurreot jnriwliction in the same
Section !i. provides for the appointment
in each Congressional District, Umii the
noluinalion ol the Chief Justice of the hu
preiue CiMirt, of one or more regiKtera (to le
eouuM'llora in the Dial ricl I nuru, ) wlnwe
duly it i-liall In- to aial the District Judges
in the iMTforHiance ol duty in bankruptcy
cases. Ilonds in $1,00(1, no inlirt-nt in any of
the auifs, and ability to fuke the ironclad
oath, ate the pre n-quihiicH ol eiich register.
hn-tion 4 makes It the regialcr a duly lo
adjudicate upon, reeeive surremfeis in, sod
preside in bankruptcy priH eedinga. lie is to
compute proiierty, dividends, assign jiro rata
shales to creditors, but bars him Irom com.
miuiiig for conteiupt or in acting in esses
thai go upon appeal.
N-clloii o. 7. H, V and 10 provide tor the
formula ot teal prficcedinpi in tlie Courts
ol Bankruptcy, a recapitulation ot the pr.-tc
lice now in vogue in other litigation.
N-clion II makea flKKi the limit of .1.1.1
on which to declare voluntary bankruptcy.
riquin-s tlie twnkrupt Ui le ir to Intoiiic a
citien ol the I tiilc-i Stat, a, forbids a tiaus
f of prupjLjttji , during pendency of, pro
ci-edingH, and demun.U full exhibit ol debts
ami aancllb on the part of the voluntary
bection t:t, and 14 provide that the
actiou in baokiuptc) shad goon should the
bankrupt die, the Mime aa if he were in tuc ,
lhal tlie creditors shall spMiint an-' as
signee or assignees of tlie debtor's csit:ilv,
suliject U the approval ol Dial rict Judge ;
thai everything be turned over to aaailieea,
wheth.r ol iiti!t!ice or a.c.Mint. lor ilnaiii-
hution, exci pt That there sall be execiiied
Irom the operation ol tlie pioviaions oCthia
section tile neeeaaary hoiiaehold an.l kilhen
liiri.ltiirc. and ati.-h otli.r articlea and! lie
ersnariea ol aucit Imokrupt as the aabl as
signee ahall deoiiiiite nil. I act apart, linking
relerem e in th- amount to the l.iiinly, Coii-
lllion, and circuiualanc.-B of lite buiikupt,
but altogether not t" iXieed in uluc in any
caae, the auui "I s.iuu ; and uiao the vvcariii;
appjtrel of aocli bankrupt und timt ot hia
wife and bildr.-n, and tlie uiiilorm, anna;'
an.l eqnipiocnta ot any pt rou who ia or has
U-.n a Md.lier in I lie militia or in I he service
f the I'niled Slates, and audi other prop
eity aa now is, or hereatur shall la, ex
empted from aHacliiuent or seizure, or levy
on execution bv the laws ot the Lulled
Mates, an.l such other projicrty, not included
in the toregolll exceptions, aa Is exempted
truui levy wud aJ upuu c&kCUUun ur ullier
process or order ol Court, by the law sol the
Stale in which the bankrupt has his domicil
at the tunc of tlu. coiuuicnccim lit of the
pi(Hu-Liin.a in l,ai.kruptc, to an amount
ttol UuxlUuU hIIowci! by such ..Stale
iA.ni piioti i.tHa iii lone iu the year lMt.4 :
i'rot i.li'd. I'loil llielorej;idngei-pliou shall
oH-rale as a liiiiilalion upin the convey
ance of ihc .r. n-i t v of the bankrupt to his
asaiue. a, and in no ease shall t he properly
herel.y cxitjitcd paas to the asaignet-s, or
the title of flie baiiki upi thereto be iinpaiieil
or nlbct.al by any "I Hie provisions ol tins
act; mi. I the d. i.- nilnallon of the asi'iiees
ifl'ffie'niaVfler shaft, oil exwiti.ii fa.ki n.'tie"
subjeut to the liusl division ol the said
Sections t.i. III, 17 anil 18, vc the -sigmr
lull power to recover the propel IV of
thedibtor, tola- disiribitlnl by whom-'o
ever liebl ; require hjiu to chiasity and scp.i
rate the go.avla or other effects, empower the
sasignw I" cltooae arbitrators in mailers of
disputed Mnesion ; auil provide lor the
siipevision tiyer and power lo remove the
assignees by the district judge br cause
Sections 10, ?(l and '41, ordain that claims
la; proved in the same manner as now
against the estate of deceased persons ; pro
vide for act offs in mutual debt betwem
debtor and clniiiiant; forbid suits against
the bankrupt bv those creditors proving
their cluiirm, ami provide that if any bank
riqit shall, at I lie time of adjuration, la- lin
hie upon any bill ol exchange, promissory
note or other obligation in respect of dis
tin. t etnitracts as a memla-r ol two or nu.re
firms carrying on separate and distinct
trads, ami ' having distinct estates lobe
wound up in bankruptcy, or as a sole Ira
diT and also as a member of a firm, the cir
cumstance tfint such firm are in w hole or
in port composed of the same, individuals,
or that the sole Contractor is also one of the
joint contractors, sbali nH prevent prool
snd receipt ot dividend in respect of such
distinct contracts asinst the estates res
pectivily liable upon such contracts.
Sections 2'i, 23 and 24 require verification
by oatli of all claims by creditors, and if a
corporation, ty the pioja r olliiets for that
purpose, to far tiled hufore the register, or it
in a foreign country, ls?f-ove the register, or
other diplomatic. olHcer nesri-st adjacent,
and that invest iustioli can la' and must Is;
made by the judge in case of all doubtlul
Sid ion BA orders the sale and the holding
for distribution by the assignee of all per
isliable property, the title lo which la not in
Section 'in provides for the rxnmiiia ion
of the bankrupt by the court, either at its
own option or at the request otthe assignee,
info ail circumstances and statement ot the
bsnkri.pl, who is punishable lor contempt
lor noncompliance with the order J. r,i
animation, and for good cause show n the
wife of the bankrupt may he call.d and
Section 37 stibdiudcs pri.ir.ty- of-laims
as foTtivwa:, First. SeTTants' wages under
50. Seeond. AH the creditors ;ir rfi,
without enj SwJltt',-iKlUKf..rotjt amount
or date of claims," except " that "in Case
wher.iin the Issnkmpt has liecoine bail, sure
ty or guarantor Tor another, the compliance
of the latter with the conditions must be
akown bfor the claim U allowod.
" At the expiration of three mnnlhs from
the date ot the adjudication of bankruptcy
in any case, or a Much earlier aa tlie court
may direct, the court, upon request ot the.
assignee, ahall call a general meeting of the
rnUtor of which due notice shall I giv
en. end the aasignea shall then report and
exhibit Vo the court and to the ereditort just
j"udgmt;uts7 verified' by" hi oatli; anil lie
shall also produce and file vouchers lor all
payments for which vouchers shall lie re
quired by any rule ol the court; be shaft
also submit the schedule of the bankrupt's
creditors and property a-i auieidud, duly
verified by the baiikiupt, and aeuteiiienlof
the whole tstalc of the bankrupt as then
ascertained, of the properly recovered and
of the property outstanding, accifyiiig the
cause of its being outstanding, also what
debts or claims aro yet undetermined, and
staling what sums remain in his hands. At
such uiculuig the tujjorily in value of the
creditors present shad ileteimine whctlor
any and what part of the net priMjceds of
the estate, alter deducting and' retaining a
sum sufficient to provide lor all undeter
mined claims which, by reason of the dis
taut, residence of I lie creditor, or lor other
sufficient reason, have not U en proved, and
for other expenses and contingencies, ahall
be divided aiming thecreditors ; but unless
at least one half in value ol the creditors
shall attend Mich iiivcling, either in person
or by altorut ), it ahull be the duty ol the
assignee so to determine. In ca.se u dividend
is ordered, the Itegister ahall, within ten
days alter such meeting, prepare a list of
cn-dirors entirle.r t,, , livid, ml, and shall oil
culate and set opp..iic to the name ol each
creditor who has proved hi claim, Ih.- riv
iden.l lo which he is entitled out of the
net proceeds o the estate set aoart for div
idend, and shall forward by mail lo ev. rv
creditor a statement of the dividend t!
w hich he is entitled, and such c reditor shall
psid by the assignee iu such manner as
the court may direc t.
Section 'JM provides that the like proc-ed
iushtill U- had ai the expiration ol the
next three months, or i iirliei il practicable,
ant a third loeciiii ..f the i icdilois shall
then be call. I lo Hie Court, and a final
dili.lt ud lli.-n declared, unless any action in
law or siot in e.piity Ih; pending, or iiulesa
' -w m-r rwsfcf r -nWt- r llm-tlrbtof
afterwards e-.ine into the hands ol the
assignee, in which ease the nsnlll.c shall,
us soon as may Is-, onveit audi cr-lale or
cll.cta into iiioni'v, an I . nhi. i to months
litter the saine ahall be a. converted Ihc
same shall In divoli .1 In 1 1:, in inner ulore
said. Kiinh. r dividends shall l- ina.le in
like llialil.ci as otl.-n occasion requires;
and all. r Ihc tlm I iiieetin ,, creditors, no
further m. eliiig shall be called unless order
e.l l.j the Cuit. II at any lime there shall
be in llo' Uaii.ls ol the assignee any out
standing debts or oilier propcity, line or
Ih longing to Hie estate, which cannot be
coll. t:t. d and received hi the !i.iKnee w ith
out uiin-asonable or incoiiwiiienl dclav or
exp use, the aai'iiee may, under the direc
tion of the t oil It , sell an.l as.-i'U Mich debts
orothir property iu su. Ii manner as ihc
Court ahall oi.i. r. No dividend aln a.l
.leclaied shall In' dUlurlsd by reason ot
debts la-iny sllbsiqllcn: ly pr.m . I, but the
creditor proving such dibt shall he eutithsl
to a dividend equal to those aln a ly received
by the oilier it. .litors befoie any further
payineiil i- made to the latter. Preparatory
to the final .In i.h-iid, the usaioue,. shall suli
mil his a. . .nut to the Court, and lile the
same and give notice to the ere.liiors of
mi. Ii lilui" ; and aball also jjivc notice that
he will ajipl) lot a s, ttlcineiil of hlaccounl,
iuoI bsr m eiisc.hnrge IriHw all liability as as
signee, at a time to be specilicl in such
notice, and at such time the Court shall
audit and pass the accounts of the assionee ;
1 and -uch assignee ahull, it required by the
Court, be examined as Ui .the. trulii ut such .
aii oiint, uml il foiii.d correct he shall there
by Is .lis. harmed Irom all liability as as
sinnoe to any creditor ol the bankrupt The
Court shall then iiM'n order a dividend of
the. (State and cllecta, or of such part Ibere
ol as il s.t-s fit, among such of the creditors
as have proved their claims, in proportion
to the resjiective uurount of their said debt.
14 Wi'liiUal Uf :.U tSpvUSfW JBVCJarihr in
enr.e.1 by bun lo the . xi. ulioii of his trust,
in any caae, the assignee shall be entitled to
an allowance for his services in such cawc, on
all monies received and paid out by him
therein, lor any sum not exceeding one
thousand dollars, live per centum thereon;
on any larger sum, not exceeding five thous
and dollars, two and a hull' per centum on
the excess over five thousand dollars; and if
at any lime there shall not In- in Ins hands
a sulHci. nl amount ol money to defray the
necessary expenses required for the further
execution of his trust, he shall not Ih- obli--ged
lo priMccd therein until the necessary
lunds are advanced ur satisfactorily secured
to him. If, by accident, mistake, or oilier
Crtiwe, without fault ot the assignee, either
or Isilh of the said second and third llicet
inus should not Ih- held within the time
liiuilisl, the Court may, iquin motion of an
interested paity, uiib-r such meetings, with
like ir.cl as to the validity of the proceed
ings as il the mccttni: had lieen duly held,
in the order for a dividend under this sit
liou, the following claims shall be entitled
to priority or preference, and to lie first paid
in lull in the billow ing order :
Piixl. The fees, costs and expenses of
suits, and the several pna-eeilings in bank
rnptcy under this act. and tor the custody
of property; as herein provided. ,r
Second." All debts due to the i'nited
States, and all taxes and assessments under
the laws thereof
Third. Al debts due to the Slate in w hich
the preceding in bankruptcy are pending,
and all taxes an.l assessments made under
(he laws of sue h State.
Foiirtjh. Wages due to any oerntive clerk
or house servant, lo any amount not exceed
inix '(I. Inlsir performed w ithin six months
next proceeding the first publication of t)ie
notjja' of proceedings in bankriiptcv.
Fifth. All debts due to any persons who
by the laws nf the I nlTed Slates, are or may
Im rnlitlcd la prbwity or (reference, in
like manner as if this act had not lacn pass
ed. Always pro i.lesl. That nothing con
tained in this act shall interfere ' it h the
assessment an.l collection of luxes by the
authority of tlie I'nited States or any State.
Section 211 provides tor the full discharge
of the bankrupt six months after compliance
with theabove conditions iu entire honesty,
and good faith.
Section 80 declares thai no one shall Is?
enl'llfed nasrwnrf time to the N-n. tits of bank
ruptcy, whose estale is sufficient to pay 70
per centum of his debts, unhss upon a,,
written assent of three fourths of his credji
Section ill pr.ivbb-s fliaf any ercivitor rip-'
po ing (lie discharge ol sny bankrupt may
(tie a apecUhation in writing ot the grOumU
of hi opposition, and the Court may, in its
discretion; vtter :ny riewtin rjf face an
prnsenied lobe tried at a stated session of
the Dislrh-t Court.
; Sectioo 83, 88 and Si forbid the ueneftt
of liankrnptcy to one whose debts hare ac
crued from their failures when In a Adociarv
eapacjty, and provide for the full and final
Ulscbarge oi toe nooest tianarnpt as follows;
Dibthitt Urtuw-r or rwn umnw STnr
been duly adjudged a bankrupt under tie
act ot i oiigress cetauliiliing a uniform sys
tem .(f hankruptey throughout the L'niteal
States, and appears to have conformed to all
the requirement ot law in that behalf, it I
Uterelore ordeiwa by tlie Court that said
Ihi forever discharged from all debt
and claims which by said act are made
provable against hi eatate, and which exis
ted on the day of , on which day the
petition for adjudication was filed by (or
againai ) him, excepting such debts, if any,
as are by said act excepted from the opera
lion .d' a discharge m bankruptcy. Given
under mv hand and the seal of the Court, at
, in the said district, this day of ,
A. D .
Sections IH5 nd 37 proviile lor the exten
sion of the act to parties in partnership,
and for I he liability'aif the same kind of
properly as now obtains in ordinary wind
ipo up of partnership concern. ,
Section Its requires the due filing of all
papers is the case in the order nf their date,
aiidclaili.'d as to title of subject matter.
Sc. tions to, 41 and 42, proviile that
persons absent, with intent to defraud cred
itors, or who take any method to forestall
the legal service of just and proved claim
aoaiiisi Hi. in, are to have their property
pl'oeeede.l upon at the demands of creditor,
who are to follow the same measures thev
would were the bankruptcy upon voluntary
In which casi- service of one notice upon
such debtor to appear, is lo he made in the
same way, either by personal waiting upon,
or by publication, as is now pursrsad in civil
Stale actions; his non-appearance within
the time specified caiisinj. the claims to go
auaiiM lion bv .! linii. which can after
wards be ri-ine.lie.l tor eau-shown.
Sec t:i nd be il further enacted. That
il at iiny iiieeiin of creditors to Ih specially
caiWd iiM linii porpMt 4nd 4 ,wtieb-. previa
ol.s notice vital) have tss'ii jrivell for such
letii.th of lime as the court msv direct,
three-t-'tirths in value of the creditors shall
resolve that ii is for the int. 're. t of the gen
eral l.o lv of th. creditors that the estate of
the bankrupt should la-wound up and set
tled, mid distribution made, il shall be lawful
..r the creditors to cernl'v aud report such
resolution to tiie court, and to nominate one
or more trustees to take and hold and dis
tribute the estate, un.hr the direction of
such isiitiuiillec. If it shall appear lo the
c unt, alter hearing the bankrupt and such
creditors as may desire to Ih! heard, that the
resolution was duly passed and that the in
terests ot the creditors will Is- promoted
thereby, it shall confirm the same; and up
on the execution and tiling by or on behalf
ol Ihr. e I.mii I hs in vahic of all the creditors
whose claims have been proved ol a consent
that tin .stale ol the bankrupt be wound up
and si ti led by said trustees according to
the l.nn-ol such resolution, th bankrupt,
or liU assign, e in Imnkruptcy if appointed,
as thecase may U-. shall, under the direc
tion ol the court, and' under oath, convey,
transfer and deliver aINhe property and es
tale of the bankrupt lo the said trustee or
trust. .. In. shall, upon such conveyance
and transfer, have and hold the same iu the
same manner, and with the same power
aud rights, . iu all reaputU, aa the bankrupt
would have had or held the same if no pro
feedings in bankruptcy had been taken, or
as the assignee in bankruptcy would have
lone had such resolution not been passed; and
siieh consent and Hie procee lings t hereun-
. r, i i i' ' ii
der shall be as binding in all rcstiectB on
any eredilor whose dcl.ls are provable, who
has not signed the same, as il he had signed
it, and on any creditor, w hose debt, if prov
able, is not proved, as il he had proved it;
and ihc r.nirt, by order, shall direct all act
nod tilings nr.-. I in I lo Ih done to carry into i
effect an. h r. solution ol the creditors, and i
the said It iialees shall pria ced to wind Dp
tjTirf srtrtc the rsiTtri' Itnitrr (tre cfirVcvhm snrl
inspection ol Mich committee of the credi
tors, for the equal benefit ol all such credi
tors, and the winding up and settlement of
any estate under the provisions of this sec
tion shall be deemed to be proceedings in
bankruptcy under this act; and the said
trustees shaft have all the rights and pow
ers of assignees in bankrupt. The court, on
the application of such trustees, shall have
power to summon aud examine, on oath or
otherwise, the bankrutcy. and any creditor,
and any dcrson indebted to the estate, or
known or suspected of having any of the
estale in his MiscMiion, or any other Hron
whose examination may be material or nec
essary lo aid the trustees iu tlie execution pt
of their trust, and tocmel the attendance
of such persons and the production id iNMiks
an.l paja-rs in the same mauner as in other
pr.see.loig in bankruptcy under. thi act;
and the bankrupt shall have the like right
lo apply lor and obtain a discharge after
the passage ol such resolution and the ap
pointment of such trustees as it such reso
lution had not been passed, and as if all the
proceeding had continued in the same
manner provided in Ihc preceding section
of this act. If the resolution shall not be
duly renrted, or the consent of the credi
tors shall not be duly filed, or it, npon its
filings tie-court shall not think tit to aprpove
thereot. the bankriiptcv shall or. sa c. I as if
no resolution had passed, and the court may
make all necessary orders for resuming the
proceedings, and ihe p.irio.l of time which
shall have elapsed between the date of the
resolution and the date ot the order for assum
ing proceeding shall not he reckoned in oil
dilating periods of time prescribed by this
Section 44 provides that from and after
tin? passage of this act, il any ib'Jbtor or
bankrupt shall, alter the coiiiiih iiO rli. nl of
jiroci-edings in bankruptcy, secrete lor con
ceal any prop, it y Iwlonging lo his esiiaie, or
partwiih, i-oncrsl, or rtctcv. idter. mntiA
f . . t
late, or l.ibllv, or cause tn lie concealed.
de-troved, all. red, mutilated, or lals.ticd,
any l"ok, dee.!, ihs'iiment, or writing r. la
ling then to, ol remove or cause to 0 re
moved the same or any part I hens . I, out nf
tlie district, or othcrw iae.dispoS' ol'aii v part
thereof, with intent to present it Irom coin
ing into the possession ot, the assignee jn
bnkrt!pty, or lo hinder, inqiede or delay
either ot them in recovering or receiving ihe
same, or make any pay ment, gift, sale, as
signment, transtir or conveyaiCJ of any
property belonging to hi estate with tlie
like tnlenl, or spend any part thereof in
gaming; or shall, with intent to d.liau.l,
willftilly blf'"iritstulently' ftswrst fnwitiw
SHsigrtce, or omit from hi schedule, any
'per!yr effects whatsoever itr if, in
case oiauy person having, to his knowledge
W4eflef, vel; -
against his estate, he shall fail to distrlme
the same to hie assignee within mw month
after coming to the knowledge Iwlief
thereof; or shall attempt to account for aa
tf hi property by fictitious losses or expea
sea; or shall, "within three month before the
'commencement of proceedings in bankrupt-
I cv. under the false color or pretense ot ear-
tying oa ouaineas anu uiswiuig to tus onuna--
ry course of trade, obtain on credit from
anv Deraon anv irooda or cio.n.U with
rintent to defraud bi creditors, w iihin tlnee
month next before the commencement ol
proceedings in bankruptcy, pawn, pledge,
or dispose of otherwise than bjbmn jt,U
transactions, In the ordinary way of his
trade, any of hi goods or ehaltels w hich
have Ivecn obtained on credit and remain
unpaid tor, he shall be deemed guilij of a
misdemeanor, and, upon convictiou thereof,
in any Court of the Coiled States, shall Ih-
fiunished by imprisonment, with or without
isrd labor, for a term not exceeding three
Section 45, 40, 47, 48,49 nd 50 provide
for the punishment of officer of the Conn
whu act wrongly with intention in bank
ruplcy proceedings, with a fine not lea than
I'iOO or more than (5o0, and for imprison
meut for let than five yean. Also provide
the eame punishment for malfeasance on the
part ot all persons who shall forge or cause
lo Ih- lorged, or knowingly allow the forgery
ol any seal, or commission of either tlie
judge or register, or who shall Ih- guilty of
any criminal action or knowledge in the
provocation of hhv false commission or doc
uments ot bankruptcy in tavor of any parties.
Also the same schedule of lees for legal ser
vice, Ac , is provided as now obtain in
proceeding in the Courts of the I'nitlfd
States in other matters.
New and Miscellany,
Kunil Hie New York (W.elte. .
Wo... phrenology first Isgan to attract
atleiiti.-n, and claimed to tie a science, high
foreheads ol' wonu-ii, aa well as men, were
asso. ule. I uiih intellect Kverv iiieiula-r of
the opposite sex, however dull or uncultiva
ted she may lie, admires mental gilts, and
has no objection tothercpuUitiou ol possess
iug.,tlou lietaclf. . Cuiutqucutly ..am; ddcr .
mined to nave the seeming if not the reality,
and stripped her forehead of the clustering
tresses, and even removed tlie hair by arti
ficial means that she might present a front
w licit would awake the entliusauu ot Uad .r
tqiur.hcim. For a number ol years this
mania lor high foreheads raged in spile of
the patent bu t that they detracted Irom their
feminine loveliness, giving it a hard, bold
masculine expressiou that should be sedu
lously avoided. All the classic models of
Inaiiiy, whether in marble or in flesh, from
tlie Venus and Pliryne down to the Mary's
of ltaphnel 'and Magdaleu of Murrillo, the
picturesque damsels of the Campagjia and
the classic SulioUi maidens, instead of high,
have quite low forbeads something our
own women seem at last lo have discovered.
Horace and Catullus and Ovid all sang of
the fair, fond creatures whose while lore
heads gleamed like the creseut moon be
neath the dark cloud of silken hair. Artists
have so painted feminine beauty. Men of
taste and gallantry have admired such.
Phrenology has ceased to lie connected with
aesthetic subject; and then-tore we have re
turned to nature sa l art
Indeed the passion now is rather lor ex
ceedingly low foreheads, for hair over ihe
temples, and love-heks that shade the lus
ter of deep eye. Thi is rather overdone ;
but still it is preternble tn lofty foreheads
and stripped brow that make the fauemore
fitting lor a Koiuan senator than a gentle
tender, wemanly woman. Every man of taste
k . J. , , , .i ' ,
Kimalion 4-tlie !4modeh and the correct
, . . . , ,; ,
must rejoice tbat something like an spprox
standaid of Icniinine lovelinss has lieen es
tahliahed ; and we are no longer pained
high white fronts that tell of Miwer
h ne'er is fashion'.! by the gentle heart.
Victor Hugo once said of Louis Nspo
leon : "He lies mute and motionless, look
ing lit the opposite -ttirmloniW'-'t-'trtljet,'
until the hour for action comes ; he then
turn hi head ami leap upon hi prey. Hi
policy start out on yon abruptly, at some
unbending turning, pistol tn nana, uf far."
There is in bis table, iu his study, a drawer,
frequently half open, "lie takes thence -a
paper, read itto a minister. It is a decree,
The minister assents or dissent. If he dis
sents, Louis Napoleon throws the paper bsek
into the drawer, where there are many other
pap. r, bundle of papers the dream of
an all potent man shuts the drawer, taki
out the key, and leave the room without
saying a word. The minister bows and re
tires delighted with the deference which has
been paid to hi opinion. Next morning the
decree is in the Jfoaitear."
Governor Orr, in his message delivered to
the State legislature on the 27th Novemla-r
last, said :
"History furnishes few examples of a p.-o
pie who have lieen required to concede more
to the will of their conqueror than the h-.-ple
of the South. Every concession we have
made, however, so far from touching the
magnanimity or generosirj ot the vicuna,
ha sharpened their malice, and inl.-nairtoi
CoNSoLIHO HlMSKIJ!. An old '-Itch."
who ha been disfranchised bv Hie Sher
man Reconstruction bill, nays he is al-oi.i
to leave the gay and festive scenes - poliii
cally and retire Into "some secluded spot,
where he can adopt some plan of amusing
himself in his lonely hours, has gone cra.v
nn the cat question, and sends us the f .How
ing puwle :
In a four cornered room sits a cat in each
corner, before isch one ol llo s. cats silsthree
cats, snd ou each of the cat's mils sil- a cat.
How many cats are there in Ihe naun f
The Itrislaiure of Ohio wants, a brigs
dier tor that piece of the Old IVuiinion-too.
l members positively refuse u Krant Hi.
.l...a .,li.,.n..A.liil rutlila S!lll, lit. .Iiil. .
colored cilir.ens equal rights with the whit
The rebellion grows Kentucky. Kauaasan I
Ohio. Ten snd three make thirtee n.
The Lahukst Pseta m thk U'oiu.p.
Through tlie courtesy of Mr. KoU ri Howell,
ui thi city, we have, been permitted to cx
amine a copy ot the Mr.i., publish
ed at Melbourne, Australia, the largest im
per in the world. It contains thirty two
pages of live columns each, an.l il printed
on a single sheet would Is? nine lo t long by
three wide. xiimm Juun.al.
A PBBDlcTirm. The Ksdical candidate
tor Mayor t Alexandria is reptutcd lo have
444 the at nweting Monday t: Ight ,
that in thi. e month Ihe while people would
aft be disfranchised, ami the negroes would
Wnr TH" NieoRoa mn not Vot at
Aunt.siiDRiA.lt is said that the Attorney
General ml tlie 1'iiiit.t Wales (Mr. 8tan
ly) declined to give hi sipihion nn the.
question in ao hoirt a time, but said he waa
inclined to the opinion that they would ant
be. emltled I- vote nntil the Oovernrnent
had fnrmallv taken possessiofi of the Stala.
Souiebody'll Come To-Night.
'I lullst hiu.l ai hair Willi li.. u,u Uc Isuljjh,
Ail.l gem with hlnljb oi a hit,- ;'
A...I un.i Ihi. I.luslj fo.Hi mv 1 ui i.ii.k brow,
I'ei' selueUsb il eolu. tol .lo.
Anil while hia eye Shall .h- . i u s ;rs.
bi the l.rii.1 an ihe (l,,.r,
lie must ll.il rill.l 111 in,, I. II UI, Uee
'Me MM-U of h's m.ii.ir.iiii s.nei-.
"I i.iii-t .Ion tin r,.l.e ni.i, I, ( My , 4
A el.Ml.t .it i-iietidlltlllg hull! ;
An.l a J her,-ihe m. Iis u.g iii.sinliKht fslla.
For solliehrslv 'il eoaie o uiht.
An.l while the rol- sli.l I... phi. e ahall se.u
Bill Ihe vern al freak .ifcl.iu.ee,
Ti.. sseel to toioH tul iii. , w,i beam
Willi a l.'lnl. rer, l. j,,,!,, glslle. ."
Tsss Ihlls I s,i.g when Ihe ve irs a. -re few
that lav on nir gliiu.fi Ilea..,
And ail the oei' that in lanev Kr'w
fteo tied silli golden Ihr.-a.t.
Ami "a.ii,'lsv" earn, an.l II,,' luss rs there
I cannot rt'is-at Ihem. tiii (
but 1 know mv soul wui up in prsv.T.
An.l 'wiub.Mty'" hre t.lilidit.' ,
I blush no More St the whtspcie.l vow.
Nor altfh ill live soTt ui.siulil.l ;
My rols. has tint of auiber now.
And I sil by the anthracite.
An.l Ihe l.s la that vital with the gl'si w ren
llsve isuHHsl lo Ihe silver grai.
Hut tlie love that d-cksil them Willi flowers th, n
Is a lioliiir U.VM Usstav-,
Turning the Tables.
Accoidingto the accoiints from W adnng
ton the Senators exp.ctaul lioiil ( olorado,
who appeared as wiioe-ses fa-fore the im
peachiiient coiiiiuii i, , . agniiist I'lesideni
Johnson, have hid to haul oil' to repair
damages. A spec id dispatch to the 1). .slon
VC desi ribcs the case Huh :
THK ( OI.OH inn ShKAT'lliS V S. 1IIK PIII- SIIIK NT.
Messrs. Kvan- and i half. e. ho have In en
here since last summer. HK senators elect from
Colorado, uere ix.iiinii.il i.eior. Ihe Judici
ary Commit t,c a day or In., ag Ihe
impeachmenl question. They lest ilicd sub
stsntially that all. r the I oloiado admission
hilt had- passert (sfwlt honsni- 1nr iewtrrrr,
and while in the hands of the I'li-sidciit,
that otlicer made iivcrturcs to them with a
view to asceitai.ii whether, in the event ol
his approval of the bill, they would sustain
his restoration policy. Hon. Edmund
Cooper, tbeu acting Private Secretary of the
President, was subsequent ly called nn. I ex
amined with reference to the mailer sworn
to by Evans and Chatfie. He produced
ae original letter written by those gentle
men to the President, daied prior to the
time of the alleged overtures, promising
that if he would sign the bill in question
they would sustain his policy. As the I'resl
dent has twice vetoed the bill the evidence
of Mr. Cooper is unquestionable, and proves
that instead of the Executive having made
overtures to these Colorado Senators, they
actually made a most culpable proposition
to him which he, of course, disregarded.
The correspondent of the New York Titaet
confirms the story, and adds:
1 also learn that the character ol the testi
mony thus far taken by the committee is of
the most irrelevant and flimsy nature, and
scarcely rising to the dignity of hearsay evi
dence in any case in lact, such testimony
aa would be rejected by a cross-roads magis
trate's court in a preliminary examination.
The fjonisville Vanrirr "annnnncrs that
den. N. II. Forrest is nbw preparing, and
will soon have ready for the press, a biHik
to be eutitled "The Meiuoirs of Korn-st's
TVih-ssor Killgaley has just . pcllc.l Ins
annual c ins. o! lectures at ('.iml.ri.lge.
Ilis sullj.s-t this year is the fence ol IHI.).
A mad princess ol the house of II .nils. n, on
being asked why the reigns ol queens were
in geueral more prosperous than the ruigus
ol kings, replied, "Because,' under kings,
women govern ; under queen, men."
CATI1 AUTIC AXD ALTEKATI K
'TVtfM'fiKPED BY THE BEHT PflVsl
J ciauv. Purity Vegntble. No I jUoujI in
ttinn. N-vr Oiipe Wing Oetd with Gum
T4u arc pe-rfwtlv Utkwt..
ftr rt'is'UlnttiiK' tue buwr-lM, and fur the run irf
liUitms Kt-ver. Bilious HttaValitrhe, (4iHtitlioii
I If l'ujtlVtl tM, JtallDtiii'tJ, IlHllgt'ntMHl, IHIfN,
I'Vope-JlWia, LtViT aUldOHtWiit, lIZilM'Hr, If MM (if
A) twtiii, kk Mt'aulfh, and all di '. wliore
a rt'Uali.r atliat lie tuetlicine ia rcijiitrftl.
Ir W. 1 UHftt, wb haa no ufiitir aa
I'ltjaicut. ui urUt CtfuUiia, L&a tuauauLil the
formula titfl lht'io piiltt art' in . and bltjli
ty let'oir tUtir- them.
' (JoL W. J. Jhattm, I lit ditplinuiHi:. J Patri.it
'.( i'rttfc t iit iiiifin iu tli- I tuvprmtjr ot
Vmii runiln a, htiM mmlvi l tiit tn, and rejrtitlfi
tiut ili- uui Ui MtTciiry r aur nilirr mine
ii ttuwin txi'i wiinte'viT. '
t aU ai.tt nci Circular,
li.'i.i' u and Hold bv
' R. B. HACNPEIW,
Manufi turmg (.'lirniint,
t-Vu 1-1 hmi i'liapl HiU, N, C.
F'i i... in lUlt tb bv
vvillUms a haywi-or
The t.rcttl fsouthern Tonic,
NI) Till: V.OST PALATAI1I.E STO
Ii il; I III ( I liKi'i'HYsl'FPSlA. MMultPEK
e.l t li.'. ..li. e, KlAtillenev. lUKKiah Cireulw
lion ol the i.i"-xi, bosalsCiiliplalnlaahsiUK from
s niort.i.t. hti.,ii of the Momach and bowels.
An 1-Ki.t 'I "iu. ui debilitated states of the
lhg.-st.t.. t'iKna,or of th STstem irenersllT.
K.a the loss ui sppetite It i the aiiwt wholwn'im
an.l ett.. -mai 'I'.niic in the work It atrsnK
ih. us iisi.ii. sn.T euslik-s ik sTsteia te teitrnipii
over' .Tistas. tn wak.fnln.-sa tti.Bdesl with
ir.-u.ors auu general aervona dermnHsmsnt, il is
s.cuhallv Msiapted. givini; atreiilh and I.Hie I.,
the nerves. To delicate Lkdiea an J (.'hlldren it is
invaluable an.l iu fact shenev'er a pteaaaiit an.l
Slfreesble T.anc la wanted, thia slielii.l Is' n.e.l
Dr. Johnst.ai il. JtHiea, on- hT the iihhi m-m.ii
titie suit a tl kn.mn J'hvsu-lstis iu Ihe s..ntl.. in
Htalra, testifies to ita (Treat Tain. . h,Knb- tn-iri
others who hale lsen KTS:tI l. lu til.-.l l.y th
iftsa rf Uei Hiiteni. ',
Prinared and snlil br
' It. il SAl'MlKIS,
feh 1-lKMf Chapel Hill N. I'.
K.s sale ui Kale I Ii by
Hie sale of Uu- Oihn.bas, llstyiSKl Watfoa and
four flue Horses, Harness Suit olher. at liukw.in
Imwina. I clnr t"M. ha tnint irwt
none.1 until Saturday auxt, at 11 o'clock, A. it. at
W. Jl. (TNNttOOlM.
mac a 17 ul ,
tiUAHft AMU TOI1 At t, v
"TTE are in tweeipt of a lot of gegara and ('hew
V tug Tobscoo that caat be beaten. CU
... WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
8A LIJS Dl'lUN'G C0UBT WEEEB. -
J1'HSI'A,VT to AH 0RDKB 0s MoDOWELL
Mu i lor Court, I will sell to th hiansst staV
ler at ihe inu,s aud viaeea fcsman asH. Us
leal... iuH i , ,4 kud bsUuucluf aw tbs esials ol
l" 'nvu ',.'" -'". U Conatswe W Me-
Uoweli, Huiiw autt Vaney. . , - , .
IS ltoIK)WU !j ' f I
at the Court Houm tn Marion on Wsdnasdsy '
i7lh. Man n, eaoelh at famune lande. -
1st -n.eH.su. Traotof Uw Ua Ool, Carsea"
ou ll.i. k i i,sk and Uw Catawba, wwtely aasnrasa
U-p.-r f'Uasam (lartjina, mm m asnsb
V"''. .of, . "" " ,hrW essWeajeae if Wsstera
bi- Half ot tm use irn tnarta lying Obar
i ttfl .r, on th Kurth Bids of toe Catsw-
ial8 acre on tbs
hsad atera Arxs-
t '71 m"1 840 asatsliotst taw
Town of atsn.ai.
l-One thlr.1 of Town Lni Ko. f,4 sftnaied W
twueu the hriuk HUsroaef Uitraia ansl Mali.
M Sa- M' i)anmt Saw
tlie puhlic sjjuare.
IN BL'ltKK, '
At ti. ( ,,urt H.Huas in "n-Tfra sn TasMar
2ml. Aprr. v.
iioid CuLm i""' "' IUb "1,bru4. BrindUtowa
a - A Ha.ro in tue J.whna Hall Mine. "
1 An muirest in the Minajah tlaJU aOns;
Aninurost in thsllunm al law. all val-
usblo muiemi IsuhIs. ' ."" .
I ' IN HANCX. -rl
1At the Coui't Huujis In fiiifausillA mm ava.
jwu. m.j.-w thim of -
-tou Acres on the Awk of SowUs Tnm Ihaw
3 list Acres ou HiiU f.a-k o(sa!d Hint
--W Aerea on head of Stillfork. ' ? '
si Acre oa branch of Hull forks" e
isi Acres on Maui braawk of said Forka
7 M Acres, on Wej.t auk of him tUn ana
u hrmck of HtiU fork. ana
a Itsi Aen-a nn llltts and gcvea Mil Bids.
u -iuu Aerea iilu Kidgw 1 laitanf Us flat
T2- Tiki Acre, ua Month 'iua Unt. 45
1.1 A iract on Hefen Mil Hidge. "
H , HO Aerea ai am Ui.l l - Mlk. 1I-,
wot I h Tract. ...
Hi? r" IW
r unning s eontiirasua bodv ea Btdae aa4 Jtlvar
of superior Krajuuft ianda, Furthtr" pajnaalixii
on the day of sal. -
TsaMs:-iwulTo uuukbscrsdia. Hot and ao
prove.l aeeinity required. TiUe rrtainirl tall the
pnrebase m.aiey is paM. ' . , : .
1I UI.IC HALM.
on i "-i-- " '--' rt nrj rsi1aiia llun
aim a usii miles nortk of llluhoco, I will sell ta
the highest hildei oil VE1 SIM MUll. S
l.s'k of catLl. L- ... T '
niao, one 1U. flreii
u. tired barrels beat br4 CORN,
tnouaand nound tudder, eaia, As.,
ki.i , .i.;.' . '"."'".
ten or twelve
Alao, one thrsshins' maekin'a. mk!k s.-'
Uhk knife, plows, hue and eveir aesWntiaa ai
fai uiiiig ulenaila. 'lTT!
one set black-smith tool, As., t..
Tbe abovs iunu.il rnin.Hrtw will mU '
for eu7i and no muluk.
mar s-177-wM . ' MUaboen. M. O.
I't 111 VI AN fcl AMJ 61BSTITUTII
raw Boira 6TJP!XVH0aPHixX or
Manufactured under ibe farmula, oriaTinaU4 la
1H&4 and patented b -i v,f a
wili esorwarroas, At rum , ,,
'!" silver daraaleal trssrha,.
I HILAJEf.rttlA;i7. lt.A. " '
t ' I f'
I'his oi l e.i,.liishd MAM'ltE h waauraetanal
from b-mrn that hsw- wrs been burned or
ifclaVil ThMiifWl afc.aaa. lln ihatll iSiieia1ila waaaTtsW aSxsftaaTaea lit JlBBSBaaak.akB4aas, .
wes'sav aT rf 1 r amTw HTMT TiysMWlr HwMail Mr
nmlier. It is aetiva In Ita operation, and la a far
nlirer of iri'iil ilurahilar. It one wo whs twt tin
s.sl like r. iucuiB Uasw, baa amjihu' auatrary
pi-rnianciitlv Improve it. ' .
Previous to IHHl H was Introrincod into tha'
Msilh. r.i statu to ewiaidetabl sxtAntt and aaii
in lt'i. where it haa been Bard Willi tlmikaliU
sneeesa. 114KSI . . S Ks' 1
Cotton, Corn, Tobaeeo, aarl all Crept.
A trUI v 1 ; . ...iivimsi aur puuiUar of ita aMsnta.
Paiophieis contahiina; wsU-bwew rVwaibera ssnV
tttrmstied npoo sUestana te Mew Xorfc sr
l'hiis.;eli.liia .sTIIeS'S. . -- f
Mi- oi.l l. l)els ia all ihe tarinetpel nlllis
an.) to ua ihroughaut. tbs IniUd btatsa and
Hlitish 1'iorlii.'a, ''' ' t
BATJGH tc SONS. .
soua mpveTaaai, 5 if - j" "
sir. . im swnb -' rft Brian.
ffllLADIXPHU." 'J ,
BAUGH BROTHERS Ct,
r.si:At wavsLaailai onsra,'5T
!( VKAHL 8TMSST, SXW T0XX.
- - ro wtxa ""7:'" ' "'
Jiar M. rewua
io.. c .la.tswSas. ' Haleigis, K. 0.
I LI H TA HMER,
'a ssssarisi v jtmii
1.1 v.o-r.1. to " .
Aci-UmiIi 11 i-v, IIi-t lraxltur(
I 'UK MEi HAMC ARTS
lt ! 1IOJL1H ECO.'VOaiT;
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