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aujend chapter 27. pri-
. ,"je of piriuinthe
he"" for medicinal pur
FcIk. 1873. .
a , ,uth.nze the Commis-
iS r rUulort count? to levy a
. ' 1 . I., trnnn mmn.
. - .J I lit I - -
except when the water
ffi f',r motive P". or ,un
i re are lUiuc iui iiuir
- i o2.i, isri
m r-rru to
the terms of
i. or Superior court a year.
! nnir n. t wr
. ,,, j,(M on the 17th Moi
1''" . . it - i r i. ......
.U INtifioJ 2S:h Feb.,
11 on tte Itoinoke river.
tbep n.I.v of $100 for each
:. : mi le a misdemeanor to
.r htween the 1st of March
j'Jiiae. IUtified 1st March
... - -
1 iC. 1 1 incorporate the North
i1.jV-e. Grants corporate
,, t K v. Jeremiah Ingold, Rev
W. UVlker and Uv. Thomas
of lbs nc!oraieiI church, an 1
f-cw rs for, religious, cdui--
l urial purposes IUtified
t ti"ncorp-rate the Weldoo
;trT.bjri; Ii ad & Ferrj Cr.m-
. i-.ctirixirates a company wan
'tl! .f.x-fc of $1000, to construct
.tvl allow them to charge
IJU.rkd 1st of March, 1873.
. to prtrrnt the retailing of
'. in tlic town of Statesville.
.bun" r"no prohibition," to
iVitc-l to the qualified Totf s,
'.. n one to siell under 3 gtl
IL::ti-' 1st March, 1873.
i ict t ululate sales oy orpo-
( nJ sue under tue same.
aJcra mortnage ly a corpora-
. f - 1 MV.rnv ..rnl I.-.
! j.K)riti'n t tue trmc me acvti
tile, lut mil arqune i suoss;-
bereto, u: to day ot Rale. I'ur
f to hive the same franchise.
iiai powers a the corporation
Putifed lt March. 1 873.
!a:i'n nt mstrucnon to Hie
.r of the 1'ublic Ground and
IVrmits persons whi
1 1 t.tcted houses on the pub':c
U-sto remove th-m during the
PutiScI 28: h Frb , 1873.
jict to amend chapter 27, pri -
iijf'f 1S71 .2, and to rc-cnact
i S and 11 of chapter 123
li.tlJ'GDTO. Relating to the
,.t" E It nton. X. "C. IUtified
; t.-: U incorporate the Farmer'
;2isk. Company incorporated
l icij'ifal stock of $."0,000 with
il bmkmg p-:vi!ej:es, excvp?
of hi!! ' '-urrency. My
: ra f irthcominv; crops, upon
n ka is created. Ratified 28th
ux: to amend chapter 93 of the
si liS CO, relative to special
xi?.Z. Makes all judgments
i,ti'ni;i not signed lv the pn--
JaJje. in petitions under
erS-5.it' otherwise regular. R tt
. Mi Feb. 1873.
j. V. t? anthoiizc the i'-jpn'son-
l :f persons convioted in the U
'zn in North Carolina, in the
j'iaj ni the state. lutiueu
Fc.. 153. (Heretofore such
tr were obliged to le sent to
:t. .. asiiinton. L. U..
: lit ptnirentiary ol one of the
ii Kt to incorporate Cleveland
kf,v202. Free and Accepted
ci RitiGed 2Sth Feb., 1873.
J Kt to allow the County Com
ers of Transylvania to levy a
Ux. Tax to build a Court
eia Creyard ; proposition to be
:."fi to the qualified voters.
l-125:h Feb., 1873.
p vt to repeil sections C. 7, 8
izi to amend sections 10 and
tchp. 2, Revised Code, Agricul-
ul Geology. Repeals the privl
1 f irming county societies :
1 tnlie counties of Burke, Cald-
.li.awba and Alexander to par-
n the benefits of rh.in 5.
i Code. Ratified 2Sth Feb..
-J tct to incorporate the town of
' "S'ttru. in the county of Rich
1 Ratified 28th Feb., 1873.
' t to incorporate the town of
i. in the county ol Wake. Per
cii:.a' within the corporate
r aOdaj are qualified voters.
lSita Feb., 1873.
a act to incorporate Eureka
;vX.. 2S3. Ancient York Ma
RitiScd2Sth Feb., 1873.
ct to cure any irregularities
cy exist in the title to certain
3Iicon and Clay counties.
valid the entries made in that
aof Macon, which was annexed
ia 1S72. Ratified the 2Sth
tct concerning Stanly Creek
:? Ground in Gaston county, and
Corporate a Board of Trustees
f. Trustees incorporated with
il powers. Xo nerson to sell
ithin two miles of the Camp
during the time of religious
Utified the 2Sth of
llCt t lr.rnrn..t. 1. A
thal M. F. Church South,
- I f Cleveland. Misdemeanor
KJone to sell or give away liquor
ne half mile of the church.
-Jtre2Sth'of Febniarv. 1S73,
to incorporate the town of
-""cia Jiecklenburg county.
ct ot incorporation. A
'J of the voters can prohibit
e of spirituous liquors within
ration. Ratified the 2Sth of
authorize County Com-
to make certain water
lawful rpru a. fT-.
-maj apjly by etition to the
-avnttt to hare anv water
"tCIartd a I ttrfnt fonoo-
uiic power 10 fieciare
e- Give fjinnii nmm;.
a- . . w. v.. ftlfW
-'mh iiiin nTpr t 1. AnvirA
-wi.ru me iaol reDruary..
1 i' alc iiie town 01
. . u in the rnnnt.nf T?.nlln.
. . Ot ln(ornnr;n. r .. ...1
IVL . v. pi.uuu, 1UIIUCI
Unties i.f nu.i- ,1
tioo ol changing the pre-
ZLa sunmitted to
yxz rn . -
tJh r. ottrs the
7 ?cb change.
4 - tebruarv.1873.
act to regulate the penning of
TnciM n 1 support, me poor.
"Via pn-vent the -bsttuctin;;
.-..n-riMes by willfuHj
lned 231 h February, 1873.
257. An act to incorporate the Roanoke
Iron Company. Company with a
capital stock of f 100,000 with the
. privilege of it being increased, to
manufacture iron, stet-l. ore. con
struct road. May hold 50.000 acre
of land. Ratified 23th February,
238. An act to authorize the commls-Mom-rs
of Pitt county, to levy a
lc-ial tax. f 6,000 may be levied in
1873, and the same amount in 1874,
t pay the outstanding debt of the
county. Debt to be paid according
to date. Ratified 28th February,
250. An act to incorporate the village
of Duplin Road, Duplin county.
Uaual act of incorporation. A ma
jority of voters may prohibit the aale
t liquor in the corporation. Rat
ified 23th February, 1873. -
2G0. An act amendatory of ar act en
titled an art to lay off the Homestead
and Personal ptoperty exemption.
Proviso to be added to section 24.
tProtuJt'd. That where any person
has had hi homestead laid off in ac
cordance itb the provisions of sec
tions 2 and 3 of the above recited
act, the Homestead shall not there
after be vacated, set aside or again
laid off by any other judgment cred
itors for whom a levy shall be
made, except lor fraud, complic
ity or other irregularity.' Ratified
28th February, 1873.
2G1. An act to authorize the employ
ment of a police force in the town of
Statcsville. A uthorize the commis
sioneis to employ as many as they
deem proper, and directs the jailer of
Iredell to receive all prisoners sent to
him by the proper mittimus. Rat
ified 1st March. 1873.
2C2. An act to amend the charter of the
Halifax and Scotland Neck Railroad
Co. Terminus to be at or near HilPa
Ferry. Counties may subscribe, and
isuu bonds at 8 per cent. Ratified
28.1. February, 1873.
2G3. An aci to authorize and empower
lie Board of Commissioners of For-
sythe County to appoint a Tax Col
lector. Provides that it the Sherili
shall fail or refuse to give the addi
tional bond required to cover the tax
to pay the railroad subscriptions of
the county, a tax collector may be ap
pointed. Ratified 28th February,
2C4. Au act to promote stock raising.
Tue price charged for the season shall
be a-lin upon the colt, which shall
also be subject to execution without
being comprised in the personal prop
erty exemption. Ratified 28th Feb
2G5. An act to incorporate the Wil
mington Trust Company and Savings
Bank. Capital stock, 20,000, Mi
nors and feme cotert mav become
depositors. Ritified 23th February,
2G(j. An act to incorporate the village
of Mooresville in Hie County of Ire
dell. Usual act of incorporation.
Not lawful to retail spirituous liquors
within the corporate limits. Ratified
1st March, 1873.
2G7. An act to re-cuact anil continue in
force an act entitled An act to em
. power the commsioners of Cumber
land County to levy a special tax."
Ratified 1st March, 1873.
2G.S. An act to incorporate the Haw
Itiverand New Hope Transportation
and Manufacturing Company, Com
pany whh a capital stock of $100,
000, with the privilege of its being
increased, with power to make navi
gable Haw River to the N. C. Rail
road, and New Hope to Princes'
Bridge; to use the water power for
manufacturing purposes; to condemn
lands for the improvements ; corpora
tions may subscribe; Company can
connect its improvement with the
Chatham Railroad. Ratified 1st
2G9. An act to abolish the Scotch Fair,
near Laurel Hill, in Richmond count.
The meetings heretofore held on the
second Tuesdays in May and Novem
townships in the county of
Purely local in its provision?.
ber as Fair are forbidden. Ratified
23th February, 1873.
270. An .net to amend See. 1, Chap. 139,
Laws of 1870-'71. relative to lees of
County officers. County Commis
sioners may receive $2 per day and
mileage. Ratified 23th February,
271. An? act to authorize the Commis
sioners of Mecklenburg county to sell
the stocks f said county and for oth
er purposes. Commissioners may sell
any of railroad stocks belonging tc
the county, or transfer, exchange or
dispose of them as they deem proper.
IUtified 2Sth February, 1873.
272.. An act to incorporate Lane Field
Academy, in Daplin connty, near
Warsaw. Purelv local. Ratified 2Sth
February, 1873. ;
273. Anact to amend an act to incor
porate1 the People's Building and
Loan Association of Asheville. . Au
thorizes new series of stock to be is
sued. Ratified 2Sth February. 1873.
274. An act to extend the corpoiate
limits of the town of Wadesboro.' in
the County of Anson. Ratified 28th
275. An act to authoriza the ' town
commissioners in the town of Mur
freesboro,' County of Hertford, to
leyy taxes. Taxes not tc exceed 25
cents on the $100 of propeity. Rati
fied 28th February, 1873.
276. An act to charter the Raleigh
Backet Company, No. 1. Exempts
the membcis from militia duty and
serving as jurors. The company is
to form a part of the Fire Depart
ment. 277. An act to incorporate the town of
Colerain, in the county cd Bertie.
The ordinary .act of incorporation.
Ratified 1st day of 5larch, 1873.
278. An act to incorporate the town of
Madison, in Rockingham county.
Ratified 1st March, 1873.
279. An : act to incorporate the .Flat
Rock Camp Ground, in Guilford
county. Retailing, a misdemeanor,
within one mile of the camp ground
during the meetings. Ratified 1st
2S0. An act to amend the charter of the
city of Raleigh. When owners of
lots avow their intention not to re
pair their sidewalks, the city author
ities may repiir the same immediately
at the owner's costs. Where there have
never been any sidewalks, the own
ers must pay such portion of the ex
pense as three appraisers will award.
IUtified 1st March, 1873.
281. An act to incorporate the town ot
Stautonsburg. in Wilson county.
Ratified 1st March, 1873.
282. An act to authorize the commis
sioners of Franklin county to levy a
special tsx to pay the outstanding
debt of the county. The question of
tax or no tax to be submitted to the
qualified voters ot the county. Rati
fied the 3rd of March, 1873.
283. An act to prohibit the sale of
spirituous liquors in certain localities
ThTs act has been published in full in
the News. Goes into effect the 1st ol
Ratified the 3rd of March,
281. An act for changing the time of
holding the Superior Court of Cum
berland county. To be after the pre
sent term held on the last Monday in
January and July. : Ratified the 3rd
of March, 1873.
285. An act amendatory of an act au
thorizing the sale of certain lands,
ratified 2Gth March, 1873. The re
quirement that the land shall be dis
posed of to actual , sellers, and the
title withheld until, 100 families are
located, stricken out. Ratified 28tb
February, 1873. i
236. An act to amend, an act for the
support of the Lunatic Asylum for
1873. Prohibits the Board of Direc
ters from drawing' more than one
fourth of the appropriations at one
time. : J
287. An act to change the time ot
holding the fall terms of the Supe
rior Courts of Robeson and Bruns
wick counties. Thd courts in Robe
son to be held on the 4th Monday io
February, and on -the 6th Monday
after the 4th Monday in August. The
courts in Brunswick on the 6th Mon
day after the 4th Monday in Febru
ary, and the 4tb Monday in August.
Ratified 3rd March,! 1873.
283. An act to submit the proposed
Amend meta to the Constitution, to the
people of the State for ratification or
rejection. Llection to be held 1st
Thursday in August. The act will
be published in thej News whenever
the copy is obtained for that pur
pose. Ratified 3d March, 1873.
289. Resolution declaratory to the
meaning of section 4 of the resolution
in favor of Sheiiffs,ratified 6th Dec.,
1872. The expensed referred to in the
resolution to be paid by the Public
Treasurer. Ratified; 3d March, 1872.
290. An act to repeal chapter , laws
ol 1868-69. No sale of lands to be
made by the Board of Education until
alter 6 weeks advertisement. Ratified
3d March, 1873. j i
291. An act to make a donation of a
lot belonging to the State, and an ap
propriation of $5,000 for the purpose
of establishing an Institution for the
colortd deaf and 'dumb and blind.
Gives an acre in the southeastern por
tion of the city, and $5,080 to erect
suitable accommodations. Ratified
1st March, 1873. ;
292. An act providing for two addition
al terms of Granvjlle Superior Court.
Terms to be held 3d Mondays in
January and July. Ratified 3d
293. An act in relation to the sale and
completion of Western North Carolina
Railroad. Names Gov. Caldwell,
Georgo Davis. M.E. Manley, J. II.
Wilson and W. Si Steele, a commit
tee to act in conjunction with the
commissioners appointed by the TJ.
S. States Circuit Court, (Messrs. Ers
win & Woodfin), who together, shall
have power to arbitrate all debts and
claims for and against the company,
, settle terms of siile and payments.
Also makes the purchaser of the road
a corporation; Invested with lull
power to complete iti Ratified 3d
March, 1S73. ' j
291. An act to amend an act, entitled
"an act" to charter the town of Dallas.
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
295. An act to incorporate the town of
Fair Bluu in Colombus county. Rat
ified 3d March. 1873.
293. An act relating to fences, and for
the protection ot crops. Provides
that in the counties of Person, Orange,
Alamance, Cabarrus and Mecklen-
burg, an election jshall be held to de
termine whether pi- not persons shall
be lequircd to keep up their stock.
It 6uch decision bi in the affirmative,
a tax shall be levied to build a fence
around the county; with gates across
the public roads.jand it shall be a
misdemeanor to permit one's stock to
go on another's land. If any ot the
counties named do. not adopt the pro
visions ot the a$t. Townships may
under the same regulations. Ratified
3d March, 1873. J
297. An act to incorporate the Cross
Creek Benevolent Society in the town
of Fayetteville. Itatified 3d March,
293. An act to authorize Granville
county to subscribe to the capital
stock of the Grapjville Railroad Com
pany. Commissioners to determine
the number ot shades to be subscribed
when after sixty days notice an elec
tion to be held to determine if a ma
jority of the people are in favor of
- the subscription.; f County -may iisue
bonds at 7 per cent, interest, and
provide for the pjayment of the in
terest, &c. Ratitipd 3d March, 1873.
299. An act in relation to the Peniten
tiary. Directors; directed o make
within the enclosure 800,000 of bricks
and to prosecute the work undt the.
direction of.-an :architect,whose salary
is fixed at $3,500.! The Steward to
be disbursing ofiicer. .Work to be
done as far as possible with convict
labor. Ratified 3d March, 1873.
300. An act to corporate Shallotte
Baptist church in
to sell spirituous
3d Marcii, 1873
301. An act to amend an act to incor
porate the Newber n Co-operative Land
and Building Association. Company
may introduce a new series of shares.
Ratified 3d March, 1873. - '
302. An act in relation to the County
of Pamlico.' Officers elected last Au
gust to hold their iofficcs tor two years.
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
303. An act concerning the sale of
spirituous liquors' at Endor in the
County of Chatham. Ie- jepot at
Egypt is not included in",the prohi
bition. Ratified 3d March, 1873.j
304. An act to authorize the commis
sioners ot Randolph county to levy a
special tax. A levy ol 5 cents on the
$100 worth ot property, nd 15 cents
ou the poll, to pay the floating debt
authorized. Ratified ' 3rd ' ' March,
i An act to establish a -House of
Correction and Refuge in the County
ot New Hanover.; County commis
sioners may locate within the limits
of the city of Wilmington a House of
Refuge under arj. 1, sec 4 of the Con
stitution, and have the general super
vision of the same. Its immediate
direction to-be under the supervision
of a Board ot) Managers. County
commissioners to levy a tax tor its
support. Children taken up and
committed as vagrants, or committed
for criminal offences shall be received
and provided 'for. Provides, in de
tail, tor the reformation of such chil
dren. Ratified 3rd March, 1873.
306. An act to incorporate the Cumber
land Savings Bank. Company incor
porated with the usual banking pow
ers and privileges. ' Ratified 3rd day
of March, 1873.
307. An act to amend an act to estab
lish a Turnpike road from Statesville
to Mt. Airy. Directs that 'the road
be located by I Jonesyille and Elkin
River Bridge. The County commis
sioners of IredelL Yadkin or Surry
may make a requisition for 50 able- t
b died penitentiary convicts, who are
to furnished, unless their labor is
necessary in building the penitentia
ry. Ratified 3d March, 1873.
308. An act to incorporate the Central
Fire Insurance Company. Capital
stock $500,000, which, it subscribed,
authorizes the stockholders to meet
1st January, 1874, at Raleigh, and
organize. Usual powers granted.
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
309. An act to re enact an act, entitled
"An act to secure advances made for
agricultural purposes." Ratified
March, 18G7. Said act is continued
in force. Superior Court inserted in
lieu of Court of Common Pleas. Rat
ified 3rd March, 1873.
310. An act authorizing the Public
Treasurer to pay Messrs. Coleman
Bros, for rescinding Penitentiary
contract. Directs $35,000 to be paid
out of the penitentiary fluid for a
rescision of the contract for build-,
ing. &c. Ratified 3rd March, 1873.
311. An act for the benefit of the N. C.
Institution tor the Deaf and Dumb
and the Blind. Legalizes a payment
, of $15,000 made in 1870, from the
special tax funds, for the support of
the institution. Ratified 1st Match,
312. An act to extend the time for tha
registration of grants, deeds and
other conveyances. Uusual act ex
tending the time to two years. Rat
ified 3rd March, 1873.
313. An act to amend section 34, chap.
113, Laws of 1863 '69. Add to said
section the following proviso : Pro
tided, That the right to refer claims
under this section, shall extend to
claims in favor ot the estate as well
as those against it. Ratified 3rd day
of March, 1873.
311. An act to amend the charter of the
Western N. C. Railroad Company.
Future subscriptions mav be made
and received in real estate. Ratified
3rd day of March, 1873.
315. An act to authorize the Commis
sioners of Ouslow county to sell
' A'um Spiings, the former site of the
Poor House. Purely local. Ratified
3rd March, 1873.
316. An act to authorize the Board of
county Commissioners of Brunswick
county to levy a special tax.and for
othtr purposes.' Authorized to levy a
tax to purchase the ferry across Bruns
wick river, and run the same for the
benefit of the public. Ratified 3d
317. An act to incorporate Methodist
Episcopal Church South Cold
Spring Camp Ground and Church in
the county of Cabarrus. Usual act of
incorporation. Retailing within half
a mile a misdemcancr. Ratified 3d
318. An act to incorporate the Ladies'
Co operative Asso fatten cf Vil
Ratilied 3d March. 273.
319. An act to empower the town Com
missioners of the town of Milton to
issue bonds. May issue $10,000 of
bone's, to be used in building a
railroad from Milton to the Rich
mond & Danville Road. Bonds to
bear 8 per cent, interest. Ratified
3d March, 1873.
320. An act to incorporatr the Lockville
Locomotive and Car Company.
Capital stock $250,000, to manufac
ture Locomotives. May purchase,
build and use steamboats, etc. Rati
fied 3d March, 1873.
321. An act to incorporate the Haw
River Iron Company. Company with
a capital stock of $250,000, to make
iron and sttel rails, etc. Ratified 3d
322. An act to authorize the Board of
Commissioners of Alamance county
to levy a special tax. May either
levy a special tax amounting to $10,
000, or to issue coupon 8 per cent,
bonds to that amount. Ratified 3d
323. An act to amend the charter of
the town of Monroe in the county of
Union. To enable the Commissioners
to extend the streets and alleys by
purchasing or condemning land,&c.
May levy a tax to pay the expenses
thereof. Ratified 3d March, 1873.
324. An act to authorize the Commis
sioners of Hertford county to levy
and collect a special tax. To repair
the Court House. Ratified 3d March,
325. An act to allow the Commissioners
of Anson county to levy a special tax.
To pay the interest on the bonded
debt of the county. Ratified 3d
326. An act to incorporate the Onslow
County Agricultural Society. Rati
fied 3d March, 1873.
327. An act to authorize the Commis
missioners of Wayne county to levy
a special tax. If voted by a majority
of the qualified voters, may levy $6,
000 of special tax.
328. An act to amend the charter of the
Western Division of the Western
North Carolina Railroad. Author
izes convict labor to be employed on
the road, the Company paying there
for 40 cents per day each. Counties
may subscribe, and pay their sub
scriptions in labor, provisions, -&c
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
329. An act to incorporate ihe Mechan
ics and Laborers Mutual aid Society
ot North Carolina. Ratified 3d March,
330. An act to authorize the Comrais
siontrs ot Wilkes county to issue
bonds. May issue bonds to the amount
of $15,000 to nay off the indebtedness
ol the county. Ratified 3d March,
331. An act to incorporate the Gran
ville Railroad Company. Company
-with a capital stock of $1 500,000 to
build a road from Townsville to the
H". C. Railroad. Municipal and oth
er corporations allowed to subscribe
for stock. Ratified 31 March, 1373.
332. An act concerning Right of way
to Churches and places of Public
Worship. Roads iaid out ty the
Township Board of Trustees upon
petition and notice, as other public
roads are. i&auueu ou juarcu, ioo.
:33. An act to amend "an net
corporate the "Wilmington
Canal Company," with a capital
etock of $500,000: Authorized to
construct a canal from the Cape Fear
or the NorthEast river, to the At
lantic Ocean, for sea yoing vessel?.
Company may issue coupon bonds,
mortgage the caual and franchise,
condemn land, &c. Ratified 3rd
334. An act to incorporate the Mer
chants Bank of Fayetttvllle. Capital
stock not less than $25,000. Grants
the usual banking powers ' and
privileges. Ratified the 3rd of March,
321L Resolution in favor of Mason L.
Wiggins, of Halifax. Pays him $60
aaileage and per diem, for performing
nctra services as chairman of the
Ootnniissionera of Finance, under the
wderof Gen. Sickles. Ratified the
3rd of March. 1873.
1336. A resolution to provide for a
i casual deficit in the Treasury.
Authorizes the Public Treasurer to
korow $140,000 to supply a temporary
deficit. Ratified 20th of March, 1873.
337. An act to amend sections 31 and
33 so that they shall conform to sec
tion 23 of the school bill, ratified Feb.
26th. 1873. A mere verbal amend
ment. Ratified the 3rd of March,
333 An act to establish a public ferry
across the Yadkin river. The Com
pany may authorize the ferry, and
when opened, may establish tolls.
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
339 An act to change the time of hold
ing the terms of the Superior Courts
io the counties' comprising the lOih
Judicial District. Terms commenc
ing with Catawba, on the 1st Mon-
days io March and September, and
the other counties regularly thereaf
ter, allowing as now two weeks to
each Term. (Ratified 3d March, 1873.
340 An act to provide a central place
for comparing the election returns of
Brunswick county. Thomas E Mc
Keethams is the place, in Town
Creek Township. Ratified 3rd March,
341. An act to amend section 29, chap
ter 213, public Laws ot 1871 '72. Ad
ministrations grunted prior to the
law of 1869, to be settled according
to the provisions of the old law.
Ratified 3rd March, 1873.
342 An act to amend an act to provide
for the laying off and const luciion of
a public highway in the counties ol
Burke and Mitchell, passed at session
ot the General , Assembly 187l-'72.
Gives further lime to carry out the
provisions of thej act. Ratified 3rd
343 An act to repeal chapter 93, of
public laws of 1871 and 1872. The
act repealed, allowed the exchange
of State stocks for bonds. Batified
3d March, 1873.
344 An act for the relief of t ho Sheriff
and Tdx Collector of the county of
Jborsythe Permits him to collect ar
rears ot taxes for the years 1870-'l
12. Ratified 3d March, 1873
345. An act concerning the ratification
of the laws of the present session of
the General Assembly. Acts with no
ratification clause to be in force from
and after thirty days after the 3d
March. 1873. Ratified 3d March,
346. Au act to authorize the Western
Railroad Company to issue bauds.
JJlay issue coupon bonds ana secure
their payment by mortgage ot the
road and its fjauchises. Ratified
3d March, 1873.
347. An act to provide lor and regulate
the adoption of minor children. Per-
eons desirous of adopting a mino
may file a petition, stating all the
tacts and their intentions towards
such minor, and the Court may grunt
letters of adoption, thereby establish
ing the relation of parent and child
between the parties. Ratified 3d
343. An act touching the sale of spiritu
ous liquors in c ertain localities. Act
published in full in the News, and
other papers. Ratified 3d March,
319. An act for tho relief of North
ampton county. County transfered
to 1st Judicial District. Ratified 3d
350. An act to provida adequate
clerical force in the office of the Au
ditor. Allows the Auditor to employ
an additional Clerk at a salary of
$50 per month. Ratified 3d March,
351. An jHCt lo prevent the sale of
spirituous liquors within three miles
of . the corporate limits of the town
of Murt'reesboro, in the county ol
Hertford. Ratified 3d March, 1873
352. An act for amnesty and pardon.
Heretofore published in full. Ratified
3d March, 1873.
353. An act to provide for the printing
and distribution of the acts concern
ing revenue. Secretary of State to
have 4,000 of revenue act published
and distributed. Ratified 3rd March,
354. An act to prohibit the sale of
spirituous liquors within one mile of
Wenfall, in Perquimans county. Rat
ified 3rd March, 1873.
355. An act to cure defects iu certain
Judicial proceedings arising lrom
mistake of jurisdiction and othtr
causes. Provides that all errors and
irregularities in recoids and judicial
proceedings shall be curerl ; and that
orders signed by the Judges in va
cation shall be valid. Ratified 3rd
356 An act to continue in force an act
to charter the Hickory Nut Turnpike
Company, ratified by the General As
sembly of North Carolina the 11th
Januaiy, 1841. The original act con
tiuued in force and new corporators
..named ; provides a table of tolls.
Ratified 3d March, 1873.
357 An act to amend an act concerning
inspectors in the city of Wilmington.
North Carolina, ratified 21st day ot
December, 1870, being chapter 6, pri
vate laws 1870-'71. No article to be
inspected except upon the request of
the vendor ot vendee or the agent of
either. Ratified 3d March, 1873.
358. An act to protect public highways
crossing the Dismal Swamp canal.
Canal company to construct suitable
bridges wherever public roads cross
the canals. Commissioners of Cam
den county to appoint an inspector
of bridges, who shall report the'r con
dition, &e. '
359. An act to change the :. dividing
line between the counties of Franklin
and Granville. Purely local, and not
to be. changed unless a majority of
the yoters in the district embraced in
the territory affected sanction it.
Ratified 3d March. 1873. !
A. 8. MERRIMOX. THOS. C. FULLER, i S. A. ASHE.
UTERI? mnV FFIM KR An IfiHE I
1,"""-A' Vi,5 1 I
Attorneys and Counsellors ! at Law.
RALEIGH, N. C,
"TTTILL PRACTICE in the State and
f T Federal Courts whenever
services mav be required.
Office former office of Phillips &
Merrimon. leb 28 din
NNOUN CEMENT I
To the Firemen of Raleigh ;
The undersigned announces himself a
candidate for the office of Chief Engineer
of the Fire Department of the City of
mar 7-td H. T. CLiAWSON.
Raleigh, N. C, March 8, 1873.
1WILL ATTEND at the Mayor's
office in the City of Raleigh, on Tues
day, the 1st day of April, 1873, to take
the tax list for the present year. Per
sons failing to list their property will bo
subjected to double tax. i
172 td W. WHITAKER, Mayor.
yOR RENT! ! ij
I On Saturday, -the loth instant, at the
Court House door in Raleigh, the Exe
cutive Mansion and Grounds will be
rented' for the remainder of the year
1873, to the highest bidder. ?
Terms Note with approved security.
TOD R. CALDWELL,
March 5. 169-td. Governor.
An Act to "Prohibit the Sale of
Intoxicating- Liquors in
Section 1. The General Assembly of
North Carolina do enact : That it shall
be unlawful for any person or persons.
to sell or give away any intoxicating
liquors m any way or manner, or in any
quantity, so as to receive any compen
sation for the samu whatever; either
directly or indirectly within four miles
of Antioch church, in Alleghany coun
ty ; Bluff Presbyterian church in Cum
berland county ; Askpole Missionary
Baptist church, in Robeson county, or
Yopp's Meeting House, in Onslow
county. Or within three miles of the
following places, to-wit: Mount
Pleasant Academy, in Cherokee coun
ty; Unmberiand Union church, near
Walkertowrn, in Cumberland county;
jiiocKers store in .:edar Creek village.
iu Cumberland county; Judson Female
uoiioge, in Henderson county; Pollocks
ville in Jones couuty; Laurel Hill church
in KichmonJ county; Big Branch
Baptist church, Beauty Spot church,
Ashepole Presbyterian church, Zion's
Tabernacle Baptist church, Asbury
church, Horeb Methodist church, or
Mount Mariah Baptist church, in Robe
son county ; or within two and one-half
miles of Kocky 2ole church, in Cabarrus
county ; or within (wo miles of the fol
lowing places, to-wit: Piney Grove
church, Luneville church, or Red Hill
church or ochooi house, in Anson coun
ty; Christian Delight church, or Con
cord church, in Beaufort co'ty; French's
creek Baptist church, lirown iVlarsh
Presbyterian church, in Bladen county ;
Endor Furnace, or Flouring mills in
Lockville, in Chatham county; Metho
dist cnurcn, Presoyterian churcn, or
Baptist church near Fort llenibri, or
Hick's High School, Barnard's camp
ground, iu Clay county; Pleasant
Plains church or Peacock's store, in
Columbus county ; Block.ville Academy
or Cokesberry church, in Cumberland
county; JNew Bridge church, in Duplm
county; Mountain Island Jbactory, in
Gaston county ; Corinth Baptist church,
in Granville county; Flat Rock, in
Guilford county: Johnston's chapel, in
Johnston county ; hhiloh church, col
ored, School House No. 1, in Federal
Precinct Township, in New Hanover
county ; Zion church, in Richmond
county; Lumber Bridge Pcesbyterian
church or Providence Baptist church.
in liobeson county ; Jiillerbees bprings,
in Richmond county; JLittle River,
church, in Transylvania county ; Goshen
church, Sampson county: the Paper
Mills at the tails or IN euso river, in Wake
county ; the Court House in Wilkes
boro. in Wilkes county, or within
the corporate limits of the town of Garth
age in Moore county, or Lumberton in
Robeson county, or Ruthertordton in
Rutherford county, or within two miles
of the corporate limits of Carthage1 or
Lumberton. provided this shall effect
the power of the commissioners of Liunv
berton to errant license within its cor
porate limits ; or within one and a half
miles of Cherry (Jrove Baptist churcn
in Columbus county ; Bell Farm Pres
byterian church, (colored) Marris depot;
Methodist church at Cold Spring camp
ground, or Methodist church at Bethel
Camp Ground, in Cabarrus county ; or
M urchison Factory, in Manchester Cum
berland county, or within one mile of
Goose Creek ; Island church, in Beaufort
couuty; the Baptist church m Abbotts-
bure. in Bladen county ; isewton Acade
my, or Fair View school house, in which
J. S. ShUIord taught school, in Bun
combe county; Pioneer M i lis Post Office,
in Cabarrus countv: Cvoress Creek
church, or tho Baptist or Methodist
church in Hallville, Duplin county;
Vino Hill Academy, in Halifax county;
Bethel church, in Pitt county ; the Court
House in Ash boro, in Randolph county;
Turnersbury church, in Iredell county;
or Union Chapel Methodist chuch, in
Sec. 2. Any person or persons violat
ing any of the provisions of this act,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or and upon conviction thereof before
any acting Justice of the Peace, for each
and every offence, shall pay a fine of
not less than ten nor more than fifty
dollars or be imprisoned, in the discre
tion of the Court not to exceed thirty
isec. 3. The Secretary ot estate snau
furnish a certified ccpy of this act, im
mediately after its ratification to the
Era, JSentinel and News for publication.
Sec. 4. This act shall be in torce lrom
and after the first day of May, A. D.,
1873. In General Assembly read three
times and ratified this the 3rd day of
March, A. D., 1873.
J. Lu KUlihNMUJ,
Speaker of tho House.
C. H. BROGDFN,
President of the Senate.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Office Secretary of State,
Raleish. March 7, 1873. J
I. William H. Howerton, Secretary of
State, hereby certify that the toregoing
is a true copy of the original act on iil
in this office.
WM H. HOWERTON,
Secretary of State.
March 8, 1S73. 172 d24tw4w
Of the Condition of tne State Nation
al Bank, of Raleigh, TV. C, at the
Close of Business, 28th February,
Loans and discounts,
U. S. Bonds to secure circu
Other U. S. Bonds,
Other stocks, bonds and
Due from redeeming and
Due from other National
Due from other Banks and
Bankers, - ,
Cash items, ineludingstamps.
Bills of other National Banks, 24,369 00
Fractional currency, 1,160 15
Specie, coin, " oiz lo
Legal tender notes, z,oiuuo
$ 593,737 50
Capital stock paid in,
Profit and loss,
National bank circulation
Due to National Banks,
Due to other Banks and
$ 593,737 50
J. Sam'l C. White, Cashier of the
State National Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is correct to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
SAM'L C. WHITE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
the 8th day of March, A. D., 1873.
Correct fittest:, .
JSO. G. WILL.IAM3, )
W. W. Vass, Directors.
Das'l G. Fowxe, J 3S It
- I shall receive on Wednesday,
I5th, forty well-broke
Thev can be seen in the. stables of
Messrs. Wynne, Yancey & Co.
J. W. LEE.
The Exchange Hotel, on IliiLsboro
street, is for rent.
Apply to WILLIAM GRIMES,
169 lOd Raleigh, N. C.
JOHNSTON COUNTY In the Su
perior Court. j :
N. L. Whitley, Adm'r or
James II. Raiford, dec.,
Ballard Raiford, Nancy
Whitley, and others.
sell real es
tate for as
Tho State of North Carolina,
To the Sheriff of, Johnston county
You are hereby commanded t sum
mon Ballard Raiford, Win Raiford,
Marshal Raiford, Mary E Batlance,
Sally Oliver, Dixon! Phillips and wile
Nancy, Mary Soiitjh, James Oliver,
Doctor Oliver. Gaston Little and wife.
Nancy Whitley. Patlie E Oliver. Easter
Jane Oliver, Lucretia A Oliver, Nettie
Oliver, Thos Oliver,! Richard V Oliver,
James D Wisrcs. Chas r Wisrirs. John
NViggs, Nathan G iWiggs, Alexander
Sarah Holland. David Carrinrrton.
Pauline Carringtori, Arthur Wiggs,
Delia Stoval, Phillip! Pearson, Appy J
Dixson. Ursula E Phillies and ,'Suirars
A Sasser. the defendants above named.
if they be found wifhin your county, to
appear at the office : of the Clerk ot the
Superior Court lor the countv of John
ston, within twenty-five days, after; the
service of this summons on them,: ex
clusive of the day of such service, and
answer tho complaint, a copy of which
is served with this summons, and let
them take notice,! that if they fail to
answer the said complaint within that
time, the plaintiff will apply to j the
Court for the relief demanded in' the
complaint. I j
Hereof fail not, and of this summons
make due return. I I i
Given under mvhand and kpaI nfsuiul
Court, this 20th day of February, 1873.
1 T. M ASSET,
Clerk Superior CourtJ
37 w6w i Johnston countv.
A.TE OF NORTH CAROLINA,)
Gulley. Adm'r. of W. II. Hollo-
J. II'. Gradv and others. Defendants.
It appearing to tho satisfaction of! the
court that tho defendants, Thomas
Brasfield and wife Caroline, are non
residents ol the State: It is ordered that
publication be made in the Carolina Era,
a newspaper published in the city ot
Raleigh, lor six weeks, weekly, sum
moning the said Thomas Brasfield and
wife Caroline, defendants, to appear at
tne omce ot the J udge ot Probate tor said
county, at tho Court House in Raleigh.
on or beiore tue lotn day ot April next.
men and tnere to plead, answer or dem ur
to the complaint of the Plaintiff in, the
above named action, or judgment will
be taken against thein according to the
Witness, John N. Bunting, Clerk Su
perior Court and Judge ot Probate, at
office in the city of Raleigh, this 5th day
of March, 1873. .!.
J. N. BUNTING, C. S. C.
and Probate Judge Wake county.
D. G. FowLK, Plaintiff's Attorney,
mar 7 38 wOwj
1VTORTH CAROLINA, ) In the Pro-
LI Johnston County, j bate Court
William Hastings and
wife Fannie E., and
A gainst I
MaryM. Secor, adm'r
of E. M. Secor, dec,,
Defendant. I ,
All creditors of E. M. Secor, deceased,
late of Johnston county, North Carolina,
are hereby notified to appear before the
undersigned, at his office in amithheld,
on or before the 24th day of April next,
and hie the evidences ot their claims.
This March 1st, 1873. . !
P. T. MASSE Y, C. S. C,
mar o 38 wow Jonnston county.
-In thd Su-
LM perior Court.
William William, ")
against Summons for
Mary Williams. J lief.
The State of North Carolina,
To the Sheriff of Johnston Co. Greeting :
lou are hereby commanded to sum
mon Mary Williams, tne dpicudani
above named, if fche bo found within
your county, to appear at the office of
the Clerk ot the superior court lor tne
countv of Johnston, within twenty days
alter the service ol this summons on her,
exclusive of the day of such service, and
answer the complaint, a copy ot which
is deposited in the office of the Clerk of
said Court, and let her take notice, that
it she tails to answer the said complaint
within that time, the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded iu
the complaint. i
llereol tail not, and ot this summons
make due return.
Given under my hand and seal of said
Court, this ftli day ot reuruary,
1873. ' . i
P. T. MASSE Y,
Clerk Superior Court,
35 w6w Johnston county.
XTORT11 CAROLINA, )
LN Granvilxe County. J
Suoerior CourtFebruary 5. 1873.
James M. Evans and wile Joanna and
Special proceedings to
It appearing to the satisfaction Of the
Court that Duncan, who is the son
and only heir at law of Samuel S.i Dun
can, late of the State of Kentucky, dee'd,
is not a resident ot this &tate: it is
thereupon, on motion of John W. Hays,
Attorney, ordered that publication be
made for him in tho Carolina Era, a
nfvwsnaner published in the City of
Raleigh, lor six weeks, each weeki noti
fying him to be and appear before the
Clerk of the Superior Court, at the
Clerk's office in Oxford, on Friday, the
28th day of March next, then and there
to plead, answer or demur to me sam
petition, otherwise it will be taken pro
confesso. and heard ex parte as to bim,
and a guardian ad litem appointed for
said - Duncan.
Witness. Calvin Betts, Clerk pi said
Court, at Oxford, the 5th February, A.
PAT.VIK n KTTS.
43 w6w. Clerk Superior uourt.
Important Sale of L.ots in the
Tow n of Lexington, David
son county, N. C.
IN OBEDIENCE OF AJN UltUKK oi
the Board of County Commissioners
made on the first Monday in March
instant, I shall proceed to sell for cash,
at the Court House door in the Town of
Lexington, on Tuesday of our next
Superior Court, ft being the 29th day of
April, 1873, the following described lots
situate in the Town of Lexington, near
the Court House, belonging to the
county, to wit: Three lots northeast of
the Court House. The said lots are ad
jacent the lot of H. Adams and R. A.
King. Three other lots opposite the re
sidence of Gen. J. M. Leach, and the
Store House of Earnheardt fe Nove.
Also, four lots opposite the Court House,
adjoining the lot of C. F. Lowe, known
as the public well lots. All of the above
named lots are from twenty to fifty
yards of the Court House.
DAVID W. PICKETT,
march 5. wtd.! Commissioner.
Blackmeb fe McCorcle and J. T.
Brown Attorneys for Commissioners.
II. C. ECCL.ES,
charlotte:, n.' c.
March 7, 18731 171 tf
Wiggs, Thos II Wiggs, James I Wiggs,
Nestus Wiggs, Benj Raiford, j James
Wiggs, Samuel Potter and wife! Marv.
NEW AI VERTIS EM KNT.
LOW PRICE GOODS!
jjIO COFFEE, ;
LACUIRA ( OF nil,
Old) GOV. JAVA COFFEE.
C an I on Nyrup.
White and Yellow (bni,
i I ' Oat.
Iticc, Pepper, Spier, ;lng;er,
; and " "
FLOTJH,. HACON. ' IVltJV
at A. C. SANDERS & CO..
No. 2 Martin nt.
l 13, 1S73. 3K- w;:tu
FOR A CHIEF
ENGINEER OF FIRE
Notice to the Firemen of the
City of Raleigh.
SECTION 15. of the "Ordinance for
the Government of Fire Com i;mitH
in the City of Raleigh, adopted by tho
Board of City Commissioners. June 1".
Sec. 15. There shall be elected in tho
month of March, in each and everv vcur,
a Chief Ensriiiwr of tho Kalei'di Mm
Department, who nh:dl liavo jronvrul
supervision of all tho Companiux of this
City. He shall h cJcvlcd by the mem
bers of the several Comr'anics at a iron-
eral election hold lor that purposo at tho
engine house at Market Hall ft r tho'
term of one year, or until his sucocvsl.r
shall be installed.
In compliance with tho provisions of
the above ordinance, AN ELECTION
lor a Chief Engineer ol tho Firo Depart
ment of Raleigh is hrroby ordered for
THURSDAY, MARCH 20th, 1K73.
Polls open at 1 iroinan's Hall, roar of
Metropolitan Hall. 'from 8 n. in. to 10
o'clock, p. in.
II. T. CLAWSON,
Acting Chief Engineer.
Raleigh, Match (, 1873. 170 td
DK. CROOK'S WINK 01" TAU.
Ten your of i pnb
!! tost lins prove! lr.
Crook's M ino of Tir to
have Mont merit than
any slmil.ir preparation
over olio rod lo tho pub
lic. It l.-t licii in llio
inoclifimi! i'ia!iti"H of.
'1'ar, i'i. otii-iiitt!li-l for
diseases of II. o 'I liroat
and I.iiouH. iM loi inlnn
(I... . . t . a. ..
Hn -T nil I. . il .1 II It ,1 II lr.
. rn rju If i.i'fffri' ft t I V
'.Sniy ,.i., .j oil '.. I.u I
foltln. It has enrol so
many oases of ANtluutl
mid llroneliltlM, that It
has lx:on pronounced i
.specific for those com
plaints. For I'aliiK in
tho llrent, (Side or
Hack, ravel or lilil
ney iNonNC. lsoascM
of the TL'rl.iHrv
OriiHii. JMiiiMlieo, or
any I.Ivor 1'omplHiiit
it. lias no equal.
It Ih also a Miiei'io- 'Ionic,
ItOfetoroM Ihe Appetite,
fit renctlieiiN tlie Smlcni.
Restore tlie Weak nml IX Itilitnl !.
CniiMOM tue Food to IHifOMt.
Remove I.ypepsi nml liidiceslion,
1'reveiit MnlarloiiM J'ever,
Given tone to your i-Nteiii.
Thai Pale, Yellox, SIcUy-IccHBgSila
ih cliaiified to olio of fi-cxli ii.-km ami iiealtli.
Thono IlHen.e of the Miln. I'imple,
I'liMtnle. Iwot rlie and I. mot i.on ate
removed. Noroi ii iJSeroin i on iMweiit-
At' the KyfM, 'U to fcwel II n?r. I.'leer.
!! Nor oh or anv kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle and disapiM'i.r.n'ider It Influence.
In fact it will do yon more uoo.t, ami cure
yon more speedily than any a-id all other
nronaratloriK comMm-d. Ttit!3!tt HIhiih-
ttirc'sown restorer! A M.lnMe oyd of Iron
combined" with Ihe medicini.lipropTlic!4 of
Poke Iloot divested of all disairieeablc Ual
itles It will cure any 4'lironie or. I.onx-
Mnndinvr IMwenne whose real or ill root
cause is bad blood. ItheiiniHf iin,litlii
In Limbs or Ronen. oiillliillon lro
kriMlonii by Mercurial or oilier poibn.
are nil cured by it. ForNypCilllx.or Sy ph.
ililie ta nt. there i.-t hothtnu' count i IT.
A trial vvlil prove It. AMi KOI llt.
HOOK .N I O.UI'Ol M M III I '
March 13, 1873. SS 3tn
W. T. ADAMS,. T. It. ADAMS.
W. T. AIA3IS fc SOX,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
STEAM KWOIIS lu W,
SAW A ;IST TtllLXS,
Ilow, Harrow, Cujlivotor,
and all kind of
All work neatlv and promptly exe
cuted, by Bkilfr.l woi knien, on tho most
reasonable terms. j
Tjo senior partner lias hud over 41
vears cxperienco in tho business and
feels justified in Buying that he can givo
entire satisfaction. j
WANTED 100,000 pounds of old Cast
Iron, for which tho highest market prieo
will be paid, in cash or exchange for
work. , . j
Works one Square jVct of Coun
Raleigh, Aug. 13, 1872.
KICIIMOND it DANVILLE 11. 11.,
North Carolina Division.
Freight Trains between Coldsboroand
Raleigh will run in accordance with the
following Schedule after unuay, uci.
rt.50 17.10 -
Pino Iev, 1.38 6.40 s
Rood Hill, N3.05 j
W.! II. GREEN,
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