cDli 2Cortl) Stiitc
MLlSMRt, ritlpAVi OCT 80, l.W
Tnr tayi: pair. '
Wimpcnclii'il on ncc. , :nt rif is 1,-nor.ui
Incompetency. All that v have heard el
('.uinoujati-ncs im l4kul he is not corrupt, bu of
his ignorsjiuc and stupidity there cm I, po
..)'." ibL We regret vi iv m i. h In have l: mrite
ihiM OMjcamiuf a J.njg.v, 'mi ava jtiumtilLu wu
nre il a n!ui) to tin. .i;lili :i, K.1 iir. t!, ini(t .
Judge Caninui I' ing, with .1 Jim aiUi.itlud fr
lius as a mni-wholly iiicou. tet.t to' ili-ch .ry;e
tlia.dntlcs yi'liis V.iuit, sho'tld i.e udm i.i hod by
his frlqnds u Jvi. An. I il ho r i'swsto todgu
lie should ha iiiM ayhed 6.r iiioronp.aynii:. The
public (mid 4( :. ! . hi' removal from the
la-neb. Il.nvtr, ihourdi n li'w qnn nrs, it iiota
salvo lor other deficit iicics in a judge.
What we have written in reference to Judge
..! ... wc have have written, not m a lwrtix.ui
hut,r fco io jMuVtna,
urn) , WILL TTTF LKOfSLTTRK ifOfJ) It isliHt. nd wteNiv0 uayrrmihrn 1 twtrat-
7 l".U II ! III!.
, VTe w-re in die rity ..!' i.'tl. t;li durum Thnr -t.ir
and Friday of Is-t we.V, mid vi-ii.d Ji
1'uir )ruuudi lot a I riff ur!. J adi d; y. We
did not ciajuitie all the arti- L'a, Mock, .., on
exhibition, but v. - n atiuugh !o tuibl in to
My thai the Fair ir it, in nil ' -, , a ;:r aler
1 1 ' eijiil.l re.i-.i. iM. lint been expect
ed under the i iror.ii'sisn .v. Die . i.or of agi i
cultural imnhiacnta and rarinui labor-saving
Machinery was very good. In thin department
our intcj-j.risiug fi-l!iv.-ciiicn, J. -, j.h II.
. ii. ii i.. Ji.jp, of Davidson County, rxrclled
in ran nl aii.t vaiiely, umi obtained several (ire
niii.m for tho superior ijieellinei' of the itnple
IiuiHk t'Jtldliited by liiiu. W'c .ajc'ly need say
to our nuwerow agricultural reader, that if Lf .j ,) 0)mp
Ihey nectl any unn' in ilie way ol l.trnui; iiu-jdeim-nt",
wIjo.u tlirtdlien ami iHeanem, oom
flieller, eu-ling, Ao., th'y uuinot lie better rqj
l'lied than by ci ii.ling ibeix yfdei o to Mr. Tiioiajj
mn. Xi. tiling atli u leil iw.e jilteiii.Ji liiao wev
eral liiroi of been, t xliibited bv Mearra. Hun
ter A SlmlU, of Kali w, N. C. Meaans II. iV S.
have been eagagad in tlie ruiin i.f bee fvr
iKiiue two years, and have bv.-n ui(Mtcuoronfu.
Their eser'u'.Ma baa aatisfied lliwn that the
Italian lieea will Houri.-h in il.ii c.antrv, and
OVLU I'Uli Fuyit YEAHS ?
'I'l.i!. is it nnihlj.iii in uhioh every friutid
..f the (inveiliinfr.t it intrrifl d. !( it well
kii"Wn that t Mfi'M are e.iniMi'riitorl acaillt tile
el w ith (he oMTthrmv a iiioparrhy hi :
dethrotienji'tit nnd diTail(it1ion of Hih Iwii
iuhI -i h i' xm borrow uur laws fromKnglan
with mjey and etrellouoy j and
elf witlt jrlorv and hnttor'
T narcra tf I xit- ( 'imtity, I hojni tn br nhla
io . . in imv von w we vital imiHtrtanpe of ae
our i .... I. Im Ii tkihk trill A., wlII t. km.Iv ourilW the location uf thin Knad at KalUmrv.
thai p. iiii.1 of Englitdt bi.tory yhieh folh. a ; '.""I h,". ,f,odi will rwuK to your
i d tlin
,, , , ,,, are e.,u.,,ni:rar,., the 'J V, uil fr VTCfci ! T T H lsT
1 ' ; 1 'K,U,i"r (d I Miv, pe,',,le Wl , rjgbt to ,1.- Jj J JgJ -Jg
to a irp -owe. I -r l-r.mn pur,,.,.,., -HJ ,,,rnr I,!,,,.) ,lf llln,, I'H. linnu ut.. ctifht- j I "m fufli coiiviied
rewi rit iinw'orltiy ,.in l.aua ami t. vontea. It, ii'K ' anout l"ity tin uiiiera. u.lfr ItO' fvjHI
ll int. that tliey i-reUjad to .ierixo their right Hiajority at iheixenl of thebayo
, . . ma, nun uu riam hi opni'iui in, ii. jiuiteen
Ql'U (.tN8lSTKS V.
In Iha whole eoarae of our editorial taweerwi'
have fteer oin'B mhlis'nil in um (ohumip any
inii'iilarv llitilB wlii. h
to hohl over from 1 1 - Ci'iiKtit'itioii. Hut no
lOtoll liglil all be d' lli.ced from it, and ihi.s
every iu ll hi'iii until liiinws who h:m i v-n
thy matt'r iIim .light't attonilou. And we
are ijad I" Kee that at least one Iteiuhlica.U
paper. !'.' Mtxaiieiu ity .oilh vnrwina
lalien t!ie rorreet view and deneuueen tli
project wiiii great out piM severity
f r t!
Sfntih'l, elfioluall ilisi'ise .f the who'
i,.,...;.. ,.r i...i.i ii . Un... uiterent imlividuully and eulh-otlrblv. Yotiare
iit i-i.mi iwiu uiu hiihi iiiiervau.'U in fci nifct
Halt-jury, ana tntn exlen-
convtnrHl tli.it lour tuxaa are ex-
tli:.,', . Ie:n .mil liimli iji.imo al lii- time.
And. therefore, 1 nope to U altla lo direit your
in.:..!- to a BfttMot. lii. h. when eenrial. will aid
e.ii - later they were broligl t lo trinl, con- Toil malerlally lo liiflilen tlue oiu iou hurdrlin
deiiiueduinii'Xiiruleil for their erlini'iM'id their ! which are iriiposo. I i,eii)ou. You hay paid
plea that they acted witlj tin- nulhorlly of I thin vear, inlo llje Public. Treactiry at Raleigh,
the Parliament uvalliHl them nothing. The ,uc buiMinp of Kail Koftdn and other iiu
touit held thai thfunurpatiou of the Parlii'.- ' pnvemenln in the Htala, and thU Weateni Koad
uii iit was of i'self treason ; ami subniiHiiieiit I mi'S oilier, the Mini of five thouaand two
I., ii .. .. i...i.i tk.1 .... ..!. . a: ! BOndred and Mxtv-i dollar. Ami thin is the
.. .. n ii. ii.-iii ii.iii inn i iiiuniin . n .in ins- I , . , -
.. ! .Jv...l i. .1... ,l..,.,l. ..f .1... v; i .1 ii iHituimni! of tax. you are to pay from year to
i, .7 iv. -"",r""-,, '' ' year until the i.rineipal and l.lent of iheae
UK nets tln ieaitl-r Were lUta ol t rp4lloU, L,,.,!..:. ... .; 1 Tl, J. -I ,. ..Ill
e f..lh.-.vina article, w ritten urigii allv I " i1""" 1 .r',u ''f . further tax, that vpn mar ihcrebv be mora able
e (M North StU by au able Kepub- " &?JZZ ta'Klu, 111 & f -"T '' v"" STT
i in ni.e iii.iiiuer. in tuts M ule.jiuy i.ttcnipt ,H to continue, and 1 am unable to aee anv wav
hut which lirt appeared in the Knleigb of ;, ,e;jsluivelHidy to hold oyer beyond l!u of escaping it, lhei It k-hoove you an tax pay-
Li wik nil i..... ...hi m iks n lie , . ii lit,' i
, the la-t hoia.- Wf.tyyyv. ,)r;irv of ixmXlt. ii, part ul
r "V i,ie. N,lrth 'J'" I i:.K. ( on,. Uw Htport,, Ik, .
haye been aaid of uk hv our oonteinporarjeK, j uiu.ler and exhibit it to the public iu hs
highly as we appreciated them and arateftil as true character !
they were to our feelimjs. Hut we deMu1 from
our rule to-day in pill lishinj tl.e article in-low
from the Wiiiiiingtcii Jui-ntttl. We do this for
the reason thai (he editor b.-at di-inteii sti d I -timony
to the ini r-r"t i"Uisteney of oure mr'e.
Tin re ar - i'n-e who ln-lieve, or nlfls t to lu-lu ve,
that We have hot larn !!! i.r that we luive
ehatiKed u.irponilioii. Hut lhci:ite!lh.oiit and can
did editor of tlic Jwtriutl- who, vreileubl not, ha-
olitiervil oiirc'ir i as i li.-il. ai-aiivotie, nirai
Uiai Oicy wm. HBtfaraMl. im tltJiaF Tliey iourpoKilioHtoabi-ii1geirtirei'iiiaii-nrdwilb
were .warm. i a premium uotn lor uw i-t mve (iur .. (,, in ,hc t ,
.- v-, ...v )uive jaiHirwj v ,), , ,v.,r ,., ,i(C ,ltc.a.
t was broadly iu'iuiated by leading
spirit!, in the dominant party, during the
late HeaMoii of the I.ep.sl;iture, tliul
body would declare itielf elei-ted for four
veins, instead "f two, and that it would con
tinue to tualle hum. levy taxes, jelert Fnitcd
Statea Seiiatnra. and perform llie other high
fiiuctioi.s l.eloii" ilif I" the (.etieral Assem-
eountitutional limit of two years, would bo
usurpation auJ treaou."
Yours, A. ltKPUHLICAN,
TUi: STATE DEBT,
We mate the followiqg extract from a letter
j received by us from one of the (list men of the
State, giving Ioh views on the snliject of I he
Stnte debt. The letter was w ritten when the
writer had sce'i only our first article on rcpudia-
bly under the (' ui tililtioti; until tl.e year of' lion, but waanot received by n until after all
arace, I 72. It may be that these di.-inter- j (f .lr articles on that subiVct had been written :
e i r . . . i I . .; 1 1 . . L I
esleil II leu
f i"'pulnr lights will not take
;; auiis.s it a private citizen simmd venture,
iintni iiihu'iiupiiu , , .1. , , ,.
. . , f fnftnfgii Tne presl, tn remind ffiprn of those
his is the tf.it.i-. M i j pllW(t,IH provisions which oostitattn
1 j the tenure of tl.eir power, and to point out
' i v nartn-iilar oartv. lull, .as ... ; . i . in the I to r . , i ,. . of f'o
1 1 i"r uo-ir hi ui pi .su in i... :i'- nueee.-s- . , r.i .. I .1 1 11
0 i iliteresL-ol llie iiiuntr . . in ll.i-(aiurse we shall
couunue. If a party shall he organized which
we can cnscii titinuslv inin we shall become a
A mitiiafrtre steam engine, in Ml operation, I wembpr 0rif , If n .f wo 'slilll i imfimie to niafu-
1 tain our indi ;K-ud"Ucv.
-, Oct. Sth, ISO!).
Jk jr Si,-.' 1 am.frratiHed tu see that you
era to sumiort this aiipropriatipu of SsiO.OOO to
ttie liuiMmg or ihu Kailroad Itiriaigh vourcoun-
ow let us direi t our minds to souiethliiKthnl
s tangihlc and can he fully understiKid by every
tax payer in the county. From the records of
the Clerk of the Hoard of your County Commis
sioners, (which record is often for inspection to
all uf the tax jaiyers,) your county taxes for
i 0i', are as lollows: J ur fctate uurHiseg, exclu
sive of Railroads four thoiisana nine hundred
and twenty -six dollars; for County iiurposiw,
four thousand four hundred and six'ty-Aiur dol
lars j fur JlaUrnmln, and other improvements in
the Slate, live thousand two hundred and eixty
si.x dollars, This makes the sum of fourteen
thousand six hundred and fifty-six dollars.
Now, tax payer, of ltovic Coutjv, vou can see
fnitn this staU-nu-nl of the Cleric that
thereby secure the location of thin road gifc
bury, wlU' h will w a ncnent to you winie uv
illjr' and then trtmmiHed o your ejiildrwi, who
Will rise up anil call you "blessed,
1 .. . w I III. FtV l. I .. , ...
,AIHI .M'K'hM IOC I
see il: - iuaul
taken to smuii
mi Jvoad, and your ciiin-ns (eft lo mourn ovr
.1 I i- . .. V' I I h , ... , . I.
in. n inn-. .01 no 1 t nen oe on ui wmiai
and guard well thu palhullum of your hen. .a. -lor.
Tax payers of Uaviu County examine the fol
ihutioii of r.-al aid jn-i-on.il properly iu
each To le hip lor ItSUO ;
.M.-.'kavilc Township, $22t),03I.0n
Fulton, do ?a,tfSH.ts)
l ariuiiicton, do Jih2,t'.7.lH)
Jeru-iileiii, ; do K(,.Slt!.i.i
Calahan. do I :t, HI. 3.00
Clarkcsville, do 73,104.00
ilioiint Kailroad taxes paid by each of the
louu-iop-. tins yiror, to-vit
I ' " k i i!h Township,
pa ' Calahan, do
1 l.i 1 ki -VI 1 le, uo
( - J - S
J Valusblv tmw Xilbr&ry for Sato.
TIIF. UMKRHI(iNFI AM TUrsTlT,
I will sell at public auction. iM the ( . ,; Hun
It o .t t v r ... ft... 1 ... 1 ...
1 111 naiisiHiry, .1. . ., 011 iihwii ine ;,n ,, , ,
of honey. They deserve the thanks of the pub- j
fully this brauch of productive and remuiicra
are i uniiiK v.mr ntUntion to the snhjeit of the n'IS "emctf ot the t h 1 k that over one-
"St'ate IKU.1' .Some rroimd, some pU, in rcf- 'hlr;, " ",r enti rip taxis this yiror, have been
From ('. flV im 1 Jimrni'l.
fin mnrnv I'ti. V..erf I4'...'re W. i-i-l..
! li-h with plciatre the fellowiuit article from the
iM y ,, th Sttrtc. We assnro tho Witor that
uut jinniitrlm to-achioh Xu laiwa tatekpuiM weiv
intended lo be coii.p'im. utary, a?.d we ic:;re!
that we failed tn rirc- O'ifs.-Iyes so astomafc?
oiirjit I'.ns miih r.-teoil. We know, not only
from the columns of that patter, but from dti-
. . 1 . 1 i.e. .- a 1
inan.if.Kiuied bv our iujai.'ioiu' tuvtiifiua-i, Mr.
Li iii. Hrown, was an oltjiet jf much curiosity.
It was ciTti.iiily a line spuimun 01 North Ca;ie
Una -kill and Btechaiiism.
Mr; J. J. K. n.l ill, Pbtenttf, of Troy's Store,
N. C.; exhibited the "Feotioinv Washing Ma
ehine," and e.ndiLlinl its claims to su)i riorily
over all others no in use. This inncldne was
award, d the first premium and a special reivfn.-
mendation, though Die e. hbrated Fnion Wah- vcrsatious with the Fditor iiuinediatity after Ins
r . ,....:. . r ,1 . . return iroui V aslunet. 11 (. 11- in ).'.,, as one ol
inu Machine w:r a competitor lor tin; prize. , ,. . , V . .
? , . ,, , . . . , . the i oinmts-ioucrs ail")iuii.a bv the iateUover-
( nl. J. Golden nyatt, oft atawha Springs, cx-1 ,mr Vorih, thai the i -mrse nf'the (M Xirth
Suit has hei 11 euiMsteul with ii elf and govern-
tple. tliile we have
iliir d tV.'iueiillv ith lh.it piiiHr, aiel rome-
tim.is widely, we have alwi. done to with re
gret iuidvith retpevl for (lu oj'inion.' of ihe Ed
itor. We reirir.l the pnitiiq of the OW .V. -M S' ri
to.day entirely iu accird with its tcminps in
the past, and lirobablv, with one excriitiou, the
only papur .11 the State occupying ihe same p 1-
view, I be;
r pmpoarsa '', "1' iw' ui.in 01 ui' oki-ii, uim finir, .111. 1
Willi this friendlv nurix.se iu , "" " .v,"ir ' 1 .V"r l?y paja-r,
1 .... l .. .. It . : ... I at .1..
1,'hvi. 1,1 call their attention, i ,'" . " . " .n"K'. ."
Would not tat
I for Kailroads. And where are these Hailroads
locateil? In Davie r Not ope of them ! You
have Isv-n pavine taxes o build Railroads for
it as iniroer for me lo make to ! !(". ""l are you willing to continue
yi.n owe 11 In
r:-'iir,-t this ap
lliu K...I1...1 I
through vou: c iiuniis, t the M na . . 1.1 1 this for vcars to come'' If v,n
.... j - .. ... r .r , vou one or two siictestions as to what our plan, , 1 . 11 m'- .v"1
cinuM.s ol the new-, oi,rtiUUMn ot A.rth.jfkJvinf, fhi. 7f;fr ,-iW,V ..c -ht to he I 1$ to t rwlwwand posteritr o vow agni
Carolina, funned by themselves, nuj ratified j (io m ,il)W ,n, w hastily." Mr object is sim- propriation. and thereby defeat lh
by a laru'e majtrity of t!ie voters : ,,v M,mM a pf,n)' nevi Ik?, I am j lm'Jfr1 ! " '" do it !
Sectiou :)rd. of Article II. is in these Ur. ..and to sustain with appropriate and 1 1 . I e sum ol money which you will
words: -The Senate shall be composed f think, iinanswtrable arenminls. facts and au- 1 (" li-i'Iroads m thirty years, will
bibiud 'In' Jflie for whicii he owns the patelit in
this and, n. rhnps, other State?, wc- Tori-ft the ' ed throitl t bv j.ni
name of ii. This gate attracted very ecueral at
tention, was awarded a premium, and received
the praise of all who examined it.
In the line of tine cabinet work, Mr. Vta. F.
Wiuilr, of Malem, distanced all coiiijK-titors 011
tbiii, as we believe he lias on former occasions.
Ihe Me.-.rs. rrtes, ofalem, ilesene liounra- Isliiuii whicii can justly claim I he I cast r.pict lor
cnnsistcncv. j ni we inteivtl.H to sav in our
b!e mention for the many excellent fabrim ex
hibited by them, and on some of which they
jife ayar.lt.l premiums. K. A. Yogler, of tllO
same plan1, alsy made a most cnalitablc and at
tractive diiilay of njany articles, and was awar
ded several premiums, especially on shoes.
Maj. J. A. Leach, and otiier manufacturers,
from Thomasvilie, are also deserving of sjucial
niention for their sjileudid exhibition of phoes,
Ac The Thomasville manufacturers were, we
believe, the pioneers in the shoe business in
There were many other nrticlcn exhibited by
various jiarties froirj diflerent jiarts of the Htnte
which desorye a like special mention with tho.5e
we have noticed, hut we leave the editors in at
tendance from such sections to tak the proper
jtotii-c of them.
We did not pay close attention to the stock on
exhibition, andif we had we car.not claim to lie
ajudgo. We saw hundreds of beautifid things
in Fioral Hall, manufactured ami exhibited by
the fair daughters of Xorth Carolina, but our
powers are iuadeijuato tg the tack of describing
them to our readers.
We publish this week the excellent addresaof
Hon. Kemp P. Battle, President of tho Society,
on the opening of the Fair, and will publish a
ii:-: of premiums next Week.
We had the pleasure of hearing the excellent
adilress of Prof. Kerr, which was a great treat toJ
all bis hearers. As we hope to have tho pleas
ure of laying this addrew before our readers
aoon, we will not comment ujton it now.
We had the pleasure of meeting during our
atay many old friends from every part of the
State, as well as many of our brethren of the
press. But what surprised us more than any
ihing else was tlie great swarm" of "Political
I tutu" that greeted our presence where ever we
went, yielding ns a sort of patriarchal precedence
among that tribe of politicians. Even Pike,
judging from his editorial in the Standard of
Saturday, on the Senatorial election in Tennes
see, seems to be undergoing a strange metamor
phosis, and some think that when he assumes
definite form and shape again he will appear
among the "hats," of which tie had such a jioor
opinion a short time since. We leg leave to
warn Itro. Pike that unles he retract the -steps
which lie seems to be taking he will soon loose
his position as editor of the Standard.
former article, and lake pleasure now incorrect
ing any erroneous inipreaaioii we may have cre
ated : "
Then follows an article from the f),'..' Xorfi
Stale of the Silt, which was written under a niis
apirchension of tl.e Joumafi mettoing.
thick, iinacswirablc arenmiiits, facts and au
Our "State Id ht" proper is about Sl",00.000.
This orujht to in paid and and will U paid when
the people are able 'to do so; but they are not
liftv Senators hientiialtff chosen by ballot."
Section VI. is as follows;
'Tl e Hoii.se of representatives fchjlj .
ko.miu.smI of ..11,. hundred and tweiitv Pen i ' u' l-'iple arc
resentmives. ....... . clios.u by ballot." woosonow. in inw ocnair, let titc-m my
j.t, Mey i pay thr wkoU when they can; but let
..... ... I tlll'lll hill' lo kileti . I'l I . ' . . . A . I... ,1... . l.l ... 1 I. 1
ll-'lh ' ) us I.mIou-8: I , ' . 1 , rrr I uortancf of uriir i!SM i.nu.
. 1 for ti.embers ,,f tl.eGenernl j (jn Uw ;;.; ', ,lf ,,t llirilv f Now th..H lor one moment ami make a few
Assembly shall be held for tho resjiectivr j 1V ho(1,.r of ,he, M Ktatc debt, r...-,-srs to take or J'ouraflvea, Tine valuation of your
districts, and coimii.ss. at the jdaces where I i.,,;,,!, ,. .1... sinte in i.svnonf 01. the h.i. of ' property, real ami irsonal, as returmsl bv the
one dollar of Ihe j.M4od for ivo of the old t:'r" various townships is 91,02i,.121.
, all will ! Thoiihaiids of the holders of I N"W 11 ,vo" "'"" "Rree to suttsi-rilic this $."i0,-
Tliesum of money which vou will have raid.
- ar Kailroads, in thirty years, will amount to
ioi,ii(w, anu nan, you will still lie without a
Railroad, unless you shall aid by vonr votes in
next November, iu securing this 'Western Hail
rWd. If you should fail to secure t it is one.
this generation will not have the pleasure of
I !!.. ... . ,r ...
i.Kaunx me iiumic 01 au engine, .ire not tnese
fact sufficient to convince vou of tlie vital im-
they are now k l.l, or may i"- uliectea liere
attef to be held, ill S'tch manner as may be
nresei iheil bv latt. oil tht first T,vrltirn in tl.e "ohl Stale bon.'s'' Will )) t'irul tti ilfi Kit-
: 0.X) tu the capital stoek of the Witcrn Knilroad
Jiiyu-t. in thr tarttne thousand tiqht hun- I then dvM is out ol the wav, and ls-ides, the '"."uini'.y. bnw mui -lwouid your taxes be in ad
itre'i ant! JfTOtfy. ami cvrry two years there preswit hohlecs uf thoo bonds, for the most ! i1'.'" nmuum i'oa "ow P"- 1 will only
after. Hut lh Oi'Us-ial As-embly4 1 j"". did not pay for them exceeding fifty la nls ; l)e f-'-W'V?-
el.jnw.. the tii fhi.hlii.ir the election. Tb ln heldlar, ll seems to me that such a basis ,,A"a.u!w 'q 1"l'P.d ."P0" he idea that your
first election shall be l.-hl when the vote , '." w ""'" 'eii a me as au hM,t debtor ', " -"mmy .s.nus oear ng
shall be taken on the ratification of this i 111 ',' '''')''. . "renmslanew, m.ght aflhrd. to r"l. "JZSuT
.. .-, .1 . , ,1 0 , 1 make with hi .red, tors without the imimt.it on 1 '" lears. And remember loo, lhat rnur
eoiisn.u.Mi. bvtiie ..ten. ot ti e Stale, and L fi(h or r ia(jon (()' , taxes will be hkher the firs, year, than anv vear
the General Asseuibly then . lect-d shal , ,.in u ajid palftfe It, (Ihe plan,) eTdJ' LcalUf'e wUI ,0'n,t
el oi, the tilteei.th day after the spr-va! . ,.1;l,,iM1. ,i. ..,) ,, ;,.,..rL.ut the inlert-t, an.1 Sl.MM.0rt of the nrinrinal the
Total amount, t-.-J. '.'.no
This entire anuiunt of the Iluilmad taxes rob
ha-tt-d from the people this year, was from the
real and personal property in the county. Not
one cent of this $5,200 was paid by the pull. Il
all came from tim e who are directly interested
in the soil. And (his will continue to be the
case in the future. And ran miy imk- fatLto see
this, if be will bul look lor one moment at the
figures here given?
Therefore, the land-holders in Davie County
are interested in securing the Western Bailroa.l.
All are interested in this project alike, lie who
owns pot a foot of the soil is interested. The la-hoi-ei-
la also interested. And what i la of our
citiaepsy Mr. K.iitor, is not be U-iufiiti J br It?
If any are not to be lsrnefitud by this Uoad,
then 1 must come to the conclusion they live
and move ill the air, or are aniphibions in their
nature, and capable of deriving the niiao of
sulisistence from Ihe air, wind urd water.
The fallowing is the 6(h sectien of the amend
ed charter of the Western Ka i I road :
Sw-. 8. TTia't forthepirrpieor cxfcnd:n'gsa!f
Western itailroad Inuii the itriint on the North
Carolina Kailroad, at which said Western llail-
nnul mar connect, at or between Salisbury and
(reenslsiro', up the rich and fertile vallev of
the Yadkin, between the .V rth anuNtutii iad-
t omyii s Puri-st,
Burrow's lb pons,
Iunn A' I!ast.. Itepirts,
Hale's Pleas of Ihe Crotrn,
lluwkiu's do do
Arch. Crim. Phsd.,
Ki . II on ( rimes,
WUIiaw on Kx.,
Starkie A Phill mi E
Saunders on Plead, it. Er
billy's I'h .'ding,
I billy's Priu. I .a it,
Story's I-mg. Juris.,
Kent'a . .m .,
Hiuilb's Lead, (Taaaa,
Htepen's Nisi Priu-
N. C. Beports to 7 Ire, &., Ac.
There are about 2V) volumes iu tla Lt, s!l
standurd works and in gotsl condition.
Terms either cash or six months' credit, nidi
gool Hccnrilv, at the option of pnrcha-. r.
ocCMt W.J. MONTUOMi.r.V.
Wir.I. sell at public auction en the nrcinU.-'
NoveinlM?r lOlh, at the Point I', mt I'i-.a i,,
Davie county, known as Mrs. Walkc's I r..i.
the following propertv, r'n : Itttiv.in tw. lie
and fiftteen mwdred buaLwl" ('. i Vis
Wheal, -'SMI l.. Leaf Tobacco, Oat .. ,..': r .
(juantity of U'igs, Cattle and stu k. I , .,;
sell ail the faraiiug Implements. Turns ni . I:
known on day of sale.
JOIIX-M. n-l -
Ort, 18, IRC,
For Ittickwfuat Calcet, Bitt-Cab
or anything that it desired to be ijn,ri;.
ly or nicely jrrjtircd.
W ITU lhcc Yeast I'owders tie re i- m-i-'.-c
r diaaupoinunenl nor d.-hiv fm m fin
kin, to such poiut in the county of Wilkes, as nies, at mostanj; thuigmay be put in r. adiiu-s
UNITED STATES SENATORS ELECT
ITia Excellency, fhiv. Holden has issued
proeJaination in whieh he recount the various
outragi-s unl violations of law that have taken
place in Ix;iioir, Jodos, Orange and Chatham
John F. Lewis and Judge Johnson have
been elected United States Senators by the
Legisla'ore of Virginia. Our readers know
who John F. Lewis is as well as we do.
Judtre Johnson is a ueWphe-.v of Gen. Joseph
K. Johnson, ie a man of popular manners,
irreproachable chapter, Hue laleuU. uuj is
an eminent law yer. He does not belong to
tiie Bourbou si-IkkiI of polltii ians, but keejts
pace with the changes of the times. lie was
one of t!ie earliest supportera of llie Baldw in
L"tt. IE .Morrill has been elected to fill
out tli." uues jdred term of .Mr. Fesseudenfrom
Hon, Ifenry Cooper lias In- n eleeted'to
UfCeedMr. Fo-.vler from Tennessee, ilefeat
ing Andrew Johnson a result which must
he gratifying to the friendd of peace through
out the country-
Of Mr. Cooper tin. New York World sues :
The successor to Senator Joseph F. FoVrv
leroii thedth of March. 171. will beHeiirv
... . . I r . I .. ......
v 1 1. ii i.-i , .i i OH.-.-.-IH ui-iouei o i ine oiaiej
Senate of lennesief. Mr. Cooper is a na
tive of Mailry County, and is nearly 50 years
old. He removed to Bedford County when
a young man. and for several years ivprescut-
i-tl the district hi wl irh that pomdy is situat
ed, in the lower branch f tlie, Legialature.
During tho lat war ho was i4 strong, though
uot violent, Vluiou man. uud received from
Goverunr Andrew jJoiuiami the appointment,
of Judge iujininif.thH State courts. During
his term on thu bench he sought several
times In resign, but his resignatioti was uot
accejited ; ai d Governor Brow ulow, iu a
inessege to the Lejri.-I.it ure. referred to him
as one of the purest and most njiright mem
bers of the State judiciary ; and. though op
posed to him politically, earnestly protusted
against his retirement. Jn lt-X3. however,
he accepted a chair in the faculty of the
Cumbe.laud Uuuiveraity, at Lebanon. He
was chosen t. the Slate Seiiato as a Setter
Conservative at the recent election, beating
his Radical opponent by a large majority.
Judge CooperJiha been regarded in Tennes
see as one of the rising statesmen of the
South west, and is very widely esteemed for
his eminent abilities and spotless character.
He is a personal It lend of ex President John
Counties, knd givi notice tlftit unless those j aon, has Voted for him for Senator iu every
things eoase he will "prrxdaim (h'is. counties in ballot. His b,other Edward, Cooper. lMy
statc ofiiisurrAtiou and will curt the whole member of Cong -ess and tmw.a State Seri
....wi.v - f tkjhll! ts ilnAw. ilka !uu III- ..I:
' .e . . . ii i .. i ... i .
io'kh who ir asmuiwi or injurou, ana to nring
' yi e nave nrara vnra ftvn tnw pruiaiiuiwai
S mmeii'ed upfm with some seririty. Bitter
pir r.u.s viil dlsover jidrti.-inb-rn in ev
ery thing, and, pcrhapk, ihe day lots not yet
pome when any man can write mjch a paper
without a betrayal of partitan feeling. The
armd Ku Klus organirattion." existing in
aVwe-fo inlios, consisting doubt !si if a few men
pho w. . under tb. - tci of their bad pa
B'i .., o ;l.t In i hroken up lis uilily as poe
rbla, No ps-id man can or will defend their
ats, and it ir mt jus'Jtiuation and but little pal
lluum lo rvoooRt U-.e former oulxagtw of tin; op
pnote party. Ttte time has come when every
pood citiaen shoidd feel it tn be bis duty to la
h.r for tf n .- .: inn of peace, and to ennstgn
hlirion the aniinnsitioi of ihe jat.
Thia idi---er has kata the mbject of considtra-bu-
eeiaum I -itely; on aceount of hk allowing a
juror lo be witbdr.iwn and a mistrial nuwle in
tSe cum of tli Prineos, wltereby they were dis
eitargi J. The Nation1 contemls that the Jin'c
sb'.oW U iniwrhed fcr his conduct in this
iiLittir tint if be acte.1 rorruptly he shsi! I Is
. . ; .' .' o rriptkio, if ie I .'.-i he rl. uld
m impost a mi m 'was i:ii.iiiit,;?r,,iih'rrr''t'hww" i i epiwt Kfl hiotbm
he honor now thrunt uitoti him. f.ir i j whwh I hava ,drawu attention ; but it is
Uot incoii.si.sieiij ..iiu iiiejo, alio ruuiioi ue so
alor waaVfor . nine ttini'. .Mr. Johnsons pn
vat secretary. The ue-.v Horator is a-man
of small stature, with n .'io.Mi iermu1 pres
ence au extremity affable manner. It has
tne nouor now inruai npou inin, lor
inodeat ami aomewi at uitlnlent. lias not per
mitted his friends to canvass for him as a
candidate. He teems to have been taken
up at the last moment by the combined op
position of fX-Coiifederalea and extreme
Radicals as the only man capable of defeat
ing Andrew Johnson, and his election was
tirobably a uuexpectstl to Li in as. it is to the
country at large.
Mr. C H.er is one of the ablest lawyers
in Teunessee. We was obo of military Gov.
Johnson's apjiointees t the ju.o.ii'.ii y. and
waa uminf'lnTed for integrity us lia ollirt-i
by Gnremor Brow:. low in a iniivnge tn the
Legislature. He cave a decision ;n the
ihrrhfuiiha' IttilHy case. u.w p-miiug iu ihe
Uaile.1 it- s Snpi'eUif Court, lhat nr
franchisv i iti.ronsiifiir :iai. On retiiing
froirt the helich be b. cai.m I'rttfeSfor at tlw
Leban'.n Jmv Sarhistl, and a.f: r resigning
that psitiou feuioM.l to Nasl.viile
Virginia i)1u' AgncnHiurtU Society. We
ii'tiva ear liiaukj to ibe Virginia State An'i-
ultural Society for a aonrptimcurary invila
tioo to illeiul its nest Fair and Catih-Sliuw at
the llernkilKSte For Grmnd. Bear tiiei.n.omi.
in the a J '. Ith and 6th Jvfs of November.
ther'aii by the Congress ot t lie Clilted Mates
if it fail i "t on a Sunday, but if it shuli so
I fall, then on the next day thereafter; and
! the memhtrntken elected hdl hold their seat
until their iucccson ure elected at a regular
It tlm- apjieurs lhat the Legislature Is lo be
elect' d biennially that tl.e first elect ion is to
take place on the ' Jirt Thursday in August
in tlu'Jiear one thousand riiht hundred and
sei nly," and that the legisiat ure now iu heiug
which was elected in Aj'ril iHic. at nu irregu
lar elecUou. "siiall hold their itcajt until their
successors are elect id at a regular flection;"
via; until the above named fir,! Tlinr.-il.iy iu
August, one thussuud, eight hundred and
The, framers of our Constitution will not
be regarded by posterity us tr.as'eis of style
iu ooiuis'siliiin. but it is due u them to say.
that, in this instance at least, tliev have
made themselves well understood. 1 under
take to say tli.it holiest minds can have no
two opinions ju the preii.i.-es, and lhat it .j
will, be a daui roll.' expel in.eiil fur the pies
sent legislator to attempt holding over
longer than the two y ars and three or
four mouth lor which Ihey were elect.-d.
It is Said that the fiiei.ds of the proposed
UMirpatioU base tl.eir claiins to a four years,
lease ewer "U the twenty -xeventh section of
(trticie II. It is as follows :
"The terms of ofline lor Senators und
inembeis of the House of Rpre8iiratiVfS
shall commence at the time of their election;
and the term of otiiee, ol those elected at the
first eh-elion held under this Cousiitulli.ti.
shall terminate at the same time as if they
Stt I had been elected at the tirst ensuiug regular
It is pretet'W that, this section emifers
upon the members of the present Legisla
ture the right to hold over as if they weie
elected on the first Thursday in August.
187(1; that being, as is assumed, the period
for the "first regular election." But if that
day should become. In fact, as" the Constitu
tion requires, tho first regular election, and
if the present liody should, as is proposed,
hold over, the result will be. that we shall
liavt! two -Legislatures in being at one and
the samn time. On the other hand, if, in
consequence, of the holding over of the pres
ent body, no election should, in fact, be
held on the first Thursday in Angnst. 1870.
that will i ot be the supposition of those who
'claim an extension of time, viz : the "first
regular election ;" and there will lie the
same pretense for holding over six'years.
that now exists for four, Ajt the cud of sis
years the same dilli ulty would exists the
same want, of a "regular function' to (lute
from a nd, our fortunate legislator, 'elected
iu April. 1S!W, would be in a fair way to
become life members if not hereditary lords
over the people.
I have thus briefly traced the theory on
which this pri'Mised impudent ursurjiation is
bawd, to its logical consequences. It re
sults in ii porpetuuil legislative bod f. imlepeti
ileiitof the ) e.qile. and responsible to no one
b'lt to themselves for their Conduct. It is
obvious that bv the "firs', ensuiln? election"
public works on reasonable term... tirst year. Alter the hrst your taxes will get
Now as to the pretended and so called "new lis" an,) '
debt,"'amounling tn orer $2,000,f)0P : $10,000,- , . " L" authoriw the Commissioners to
I sal of Ibis i- said to be void, as being created in I ""hscribe the $otl,G0 to the Western Iiilroad
the l-iiv ofthenttcr of the CointitniiiHi. 1 main- ' Comjiany, your county leeomes a stockholder in
tain that the whole of this so-called debt i t-1 'J10 r-'" l ibis amount. Then if the road
tempted to he created iu violation of the spirt, declare a dividend of only four per cent,
if not in violation of the letter, uf tin! C.r.stitu-! I" "" yi'ur county's share of such dividend
lion I 1 am prepr.nd to -how this to the salis- ! would he $i!,000, thereby lessening your taxes
faction i f any legal or reasonable mind, but I j ,hw a,!10"i"- Thi n, rf this lie so, your taxes
have no liuu-:.. give even au out-line of the at- ! wo!,r laXH wo"!,l bc W,0Gti,C, instead of $5,
guinent, ,Vc. There is no luck uev d-it, and the j fiGW aUd abov e. And I do not see why
State is not f ound is Uiu; il) ooodoilk in generul r0i"' "bould not pay a dividend of five or
it.-WiV naUru to n.iv ihe aunt of n,.,n,.v lb.. ,.i i nper cent, lief annum.
I itlin-has 'iiiien.- 'u'd lomake the Slate n.-iiou- .Thin there is another reason why the people
K.avic : noiild l,e in lavor of this nppronria-
ibe President and Itirectors nun determine, the
Public Treasurer is hereby auttoriwd and re
quired to -ub-. rib. - lo the capital stock of said
Western Ballroad, the sum of five hundred
thousand dollars, and lo pay said suliscription
in tint coupon bonds of the State, in the same
mannur and form, and on the same terms as
heretofore provided for; Provided, That said
sum of five hundred thousand dollars shall be
exjieniled on that portion of the read West of
the point at which the Western Railroad may
connect with the North Carolina Itailroad ; and
provided further, that the President apd Direc
tors may commence ihe grading West of the
North Carolina road as soon a the location is
Thus vou see, fellow citizens, as soon as ihe
iKiint of location is determined, the work may
be commenced bv the Engineers sorveving the
route of said Koad, and the President and Di
rector making choice of the most feasible one
presented by the Engineers. "DAVIE."
Standard and Sentinel please copy in weekly.
71 Kit II II
In this county on the 20th inst., by Rev.
Samuel Pharr. D. D. Mr. White Fbai.kv,
and Miss Faxxik Stekle, daughter of J. W.
Steele, Esq., all of this county.
Plain directions accompany then.
Prepared and sold, only
At K. SILL'S Brug Store, Sa!i-!.urv.
Oct. 22, 1869. 4--2t"
AlM.V-o.s 3 All I.MMISIJ
siblc, for : On the contrary, I iiisLl and will Is' j T
llde to shew, that the M.ilc owes it to herself,
and to other Stales, not to rccogniethe pretend
ed "ill w debt" - i debt. This oiiht lo lie to, as
an set of justice '.and sound public policy. The
so-called "new debt," lias no exirtrnee in faetea
But it will Is? said that the State has realized
something tr. m the fruudukui bonds issued un
der neint Uiri-lalltn anil lhat it would bo i
mm e fill to tuko the nioncv a'iid not account lor .'
it. It might lie said with f;reat propriety in re
ply lo ibis view, lhat tl
lion by Ihe county. If this road is loeie.l nt
Snlisl ury, the amount of nioncv apjirojiriated by
the State and County will be expended among
the citizens . f ihe two counties for building ma
terials, grading, &c. And will not this amount
of money expended among you be of no benefit 7
Ah! you would see more energy displayed bv
the citizens of eacli county than das been' ibr ten
yi-ars. The aged would have new motives for
activity ; the young stimulated to habits of in-
citutiry ami economy, ami all
when tfiru kneie to a moral oertainli
bonds were not legitimate; they cmiiauigrtl the
State, more .haii anv sum the State has or i.iav
realize will hem lit it. lt might la; said further. ;
that iniiili, very much of Ihe nioncv so realized
classes niov in,' for-
i ., ,. .- . : . : o
, , . . U I Ii I : i ..." t r. ... , , , .1 . ... ......... . .
lose win) iMiuglit sin Ji i " " , " I"" l'".' a"u tnuusuT.
( u,iuh ..r.t ...r. in.r n tier f..r And are tliese reasons not coi'ent eiioiivh lo
the State. Thev helped to injure the Slate bv ! candid tax payer, that thi-i'road, if
bidding a nmuimd pritx- for such Unils, and "inn, wi i pe nie very salvation of your county,
intv, that such i ul"'ulllli "P " your biiauered lortums,
j lost in the pas ten years 7
i And why there should be any opposition to
.iiu. uOTiroprtaiiiin-oy ine lax (Myers ot 1-ulton
Township, lain unable to imauine. unless it i
for such bonds,' has never gone into the Trcusu-1 ",,Uc.v. ,,dnls the "Big Yadkin River Nav-
iganon jinyi ei win sillier uy It.
Why tax pavtrs of Fulton Township that
project is numbered among the things that were.
And there is no possible chance, for the . resent
at least, to behold a steamboat plowing the
prpud waves of the Yadkin, whose majestic wa
ters lave ihe soil of a rich and fertile country.
that needs the aid of steam to transport it pro
ductions to the great marts of the world. None
are more anxious to see this project completed
i ...in your wriier. ism we must deal with living
rv ol tne state or Iter public works, but lo en
rich dish' ie't men, who have jiroinjitid this
fraud and indeed, accomplished il.
But I would not insist on this view. The
State might say, there is no such debt; the
Slate is not hound for such spurious bonds ; no
court would say so, if the matter could be go
ten before a court; but nevertheless, the State
will pay to evctTa stock-gambler tueh umx as
she has realized at his bauds, und lawful interest
thereon, lie cannot in strict Justii-e demand
C lai lotee,
Lincoln I on,
Hih Shoals. Gasloa CO.,
C'tncord, Cabstius to.,
Christ Church, Rowan co.,
Sv James. Iredell co
St. Andrews, Ilowan co.,
i. j n ' 1 1 i i lit i .it i jtif-iM; iitiiniiiti I. . . ----- --T- ' ""fi
that, but as a matter of natural justice, the State hcy are presented fur our serious, calm
. uii-iiiui it.ioni..
Tax payers of Fulton Township, you are in
vested in this matter as much as' any other
lownsoip in your county, ion will be benefit
ougiit to jiay it. without rettreiiee to her rifjiit
in the matter of damage.
I have simply given you the out-lines of a
plan feasible und just and one that would, imnv
judgment, enhance the credit of thu State, if it
could be ado!ed at once. Indeed, if the press
of the State w ould sustain such a plan and the
el just in the same proportion as all the others.
lour lownship, In jaunt of w
ond in your county.
wealth, stands sec-
The valuation of your real
i .lie . , , - . 7
public men generally, it woidd Ko very lar to ptnai projierty .tins year, was 1216,998.
sireiigili.n jmblic eonlideuce in our State bonds 1 na' "ifreiore, your lowiiship has piud taxes,
proper. This is a matter of so much moment, h"' railroads, to the amount of $1,053,
that it would be well, for a popular convention Jurt ODe nflh I'1,he whole amount paid by the
lo assemble ami give organized weight to some uot to m mis coiiunue
such I'l.an as that 1 venture to suggest. This is fo.r,.twen,,.v or llur,f .vearH longer? And this
the more dew rattle, because live prent Stnte au- W1,U le ",e 'bcUier tlie W astern lUilroad
is locauu ai rMUsnorr or i.reensDoro. ISow. if
OCT. 29, 18G9.
REroRTKD SY i. A. MCCONKACOUEt. OSOCXR.
S3 to 9
I 30 to 1 36
1 4" !e 1 t".
, .10 to U0
30 to 31)
SR to 00
3 00 to 3.36
13 to 16
46 to 45
3.76 tn 4.3$
30 to 33
existed to do any thine
rcjtair an evil that tlwy have in the most coini-
you will but look at your own interest voir will
is n eant the iirst Thursday in Auirust IrM'iS.
construed ns to overthrow the biennial char
acter of the Fegislature. rjor tntn take awjiy,
from the people Ine right of bo d'ng an elee
tion thf lirt Thursday of August IH0.
which h explicitly given in the IVth section.
The ncwsp:er Press slionhl r. :n n all par
ties roilcei ni'd. that wlmwrr conspires, aids,
i.r abets in tl is hiffh handed incus ure, w illU-
cal manner inflicted on a State and jx-ople whom ' "A" "IW ""J0 .volir only means of being
Uiey curse rather than bless. They have . made ,';H'Bed at this time. These figures are stub-
. " .. . . .. . . I...M. r.. ..... r. . ! I ! li . i i . .. .
the credit of the State nodrud only.
For the Old A"rrtA Sktu.
TirE FAYETTEVILLE AND W'riSTKRN I J01 not to deceive you, if I could, hut to get
you 10 iook inio me mailer lor yourselves. And
bort facts, fully sustained br the clerk's record.
and which cannot lie controverted by any mode
of reasoning. Ask your commissioner if these
facts are as stated, rul let lum answer. Mv ob-
ai all that has been said about vour townshin is
true, then doe it not behoove you to support the
Mb. Klim.it: In mv first commnnicAtion, j ' "PPro pnauon witn your mllucnce7
attemi.tcd to awaken the rithtens of H.watv' and ' .nu lne. "? Rn,L reasoning will apply
Davie to the g,-.t important of securing the I Zi,h e?'.,aI y tlie citisensof Farmington
location of tl-isjioad at SalisburT. And there - rtwnship should support the appropriation.
aie other cotiiddet'ntiotia why ihese people sliould ! tour tow2 J,M I!1' thu Tfor Kailroads
1th1Wtgf.tV'-!ifoV- W thdr rrtrff i merest ""tf
th(is Koad should he!ocatod at (ireensls.ro', then
they are irxed live i. ndrcil thousand dollars, in
Coffee, per i'.uud,
Ccru. per bnsh, l'50 lbs.,
Meal, bush. 46 -Copperas,
Candles. Tallow, "
Cottoo. )r pounil,
' Yarn, per bnncli,
K(fKs. per doxen,
f'e it in is, per pound.
Pioar, - per sack.
Klsli, Mackeral, ' a. 1.
Prutt, dried, apples peaUd,
" " ' nn'p'fd,
" . " Peaches, pesled. .
" " " unpealsd. ,
Leather, ups;r, per pound.
" sole, " .
Iron, bar, "
' castings, "
Kails, cut. "
Molasses, snrirhiim. per ga
West India, "
Onions, per bushel,
Potatoes. Irish, per bushel,
Sngar', Brown, perpoond,
11 Crnshed Ptilvsrlsed
Salt, coast, per sack,
" Liverpool, '
Tobscoo. Leaf, perponnd,
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who are engaged in the cultivation of Ibe s ii
iu all its branches, the itaprofotuei.i ot
manufactures, our machinery our menhnni.-al
skill, ami all tl e inaleiial iu'erests of the Stale.
In the conduct of ihe paHr he pxpt-cts n
seeuie the aid of s.aeDtifie and prao'ii :.l men
lo instruct and interest his readers, llu ob
ject will be to mako it euiu'eiiily traolHal and
useful to all classes.
It veil! be prm'ed in good ?tyb-, on good a
pevof targe sixe, at $'J(ieryer in advance
The first number will appear about the 1st of
November, or as souo thereafter us the pat--r.tnage
will i isltfy. i'iil'crini will Im ex
pected lo jiay at soou as liiey reeeivt il.e fu. t
The tiridetsijfnul soiieil he aid of his inn' y
friends in the State to oltlnsn snbsci iln-rs mid
forward the lists al an early lav.
Wii. E PEI.L
Raleigh, Oct 6, I860. 41 -tf
Davis L'wsi v.
Fall Term, IpCJ.
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60 to 70
1.00 to 1.90
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10 to 13
00 to 76
I 00 to 00
14 to 16
18 to 30
3.90 to 3.00
K tn 10
40 to 1.00:
Petition for Sale of Lands.
John S. Maxwell,. Administrator of John Max
Thomas T. Maxwell. Thomas M. Brock. Ja.
V. Bmck. Sarah K Nay'or, wife of Uei ji
inin T. Nnylor and Camilla A. Brock, bid
Ward Pn.. k and John E. Hr.sk, minor chil
dren ol John W. Brock, deceased.
In ihis oasa it appearing to ihe satisfaction
of the conn that James V. Brock and Saiah
Naylor. wile ol Beiijamin S. Naylor, tlefend
ants in this case are non-re.-idents of this Slate:
Therefore, it is ordered by ijie court -tlurt pub
lication be made lor six weeks ill ' The Old
North Stale" newspaper, nolifyit K the. said de
fendants lo appear before the Judje of our
next Superior Court to be held for the c-iiunty
of Davie al the Court lb .use in Mot ksvnle, on
the first Monday in April, 1870, then nd ibero
to answer the petition of the plaintiff, filed in
this court, or judgment will be taken ex purU
as to them.
Witness, II. R. Austin, Clerk of the Supe
rior Court of Davie Conntv, at officer in Mocks
ville, the 11th day of September, A. D., 18b9.
II. R AUSTIN, C.S.C.
41 -6w(prfee $10 )
Tins am i: w in. kailuoad.
NEW AD VEIiTJSEMKNTS.
the sum of i'Ji'J. , ; d are you, the tax payers
oi rarmingum, wining m sec mis mncn otyour
money cxpendtvl for a series of years without
addition to what they t-eajreadv taxed. I do r"me nope ' remuneraimnr ix-t the ballot
not nitan lhat the eounfus of Rowan and Davie : U tt"swcr on ,"'1" of"l No'ernUr.
arc taVed this amount, but their proportion of! . fax (InrkisvUle Township, yotiare
it. "Then whv not, as las pavers, U to vour ntenttxlm the building of this road as much
interest, fur vour piaWeritv ihman.ls it ? ' ' M ""X other township and we conndenlly ex
Hi 1 the Nmt!i Cuv.iina Central ii.il Bond P our wkso .N.hrd in this niaiu-r on
as deeply in-
1 11 K nmlersiirned offers for sale h's vatnable
TaAOr or Lano. Ijlnpr seven miles north of Sails
tnry Sdi'i'iiinpr thn lands of Moses Overman Lewis
Jacobs and others. The tract rent ens 383 1-3
acres 30 or IB seres of which is pond Mr.innw
Laxi. It has on It s pood PitkmiKo Hocsb two
good B j ntW'Mtl wnar lMpr w siwswm j
7 Oct. 30, lB9,tf 43 CEOKdEH. HEEX.
come to Salisbury with.s,: nu.elii.rt on the part ,TT'
cf her ci i ns-. ' Let Mr. I). A. Davis. John I. ! Md Calahan lowpship yon are
ii i-.li : .! . . . , UJihi'M i bM liro f IK ;i iv oi Thi-in unr
gnilly f the crime of Ireaaonahl, us,,,,,- i Cued.:, fffi 07
t ..us a ill suhp et hiimeif In eoi-d.trn pitmsh- : c (.(,n,r.,1 ? , ,,er ow ,-. nurposa- And is it your de. ire tocontmne this
i.eett'.r t'e sin... lo usurp tfi'.s.nnve i ,,,1,. .t.,v..r ,..1 it... .!;....- ... .1 ' nnlr of years, and yet be without the
1 , . ' . . . . ...... ,.r n 1 1 ...... 1. ..... I
.1 i-.i. .iu- iii 1. luu.ii "... ijii.iii, . utir cu.ll.iTi 1
ttowerrby a Itodv of men vht .-i m ..f i.f-
tiewh'is rxpifd. is 'to overturn the Mate
Ctuinitution und ttovernment : nfd the jmrT
tii s to rtietiofarb..: scheme may take warn
ing. t!..it .t Aay of reckoning .will c?ineRn
.Ti'i'l.r.'i. Thu j.iK.j.le may subnet lo be
(heated of ti.ir riei,t.t for two J.nis,
rt!ii.tijii tMU is ti-ore tnai1 iioiii.trjii. but t. ev
will jit !i I
.nie uiun . ,e i 1 .1,, ,.uii f, ni 1 11 uo ine Lreiioi- , ., . . , . . .-.. . ' - , -
... nhvrs to thy d- -,.', w ih.s..i.ain jptiiisj U "u S"" ' -YO"r oeuTminaiion.
Willie, Ak-xamkr, Surrv, Ashe, Walaug.T and . Tli ''" f S lhan w,d haT ym
Buncombe ' i om, to l- c wnclusion that this Itailroad ap.
" Nero addled while Bvmo was burninc. and 1 r'V would sink your Townshi,, into
an the citizens of PaliaUiry akeuinn While ! '"J n Mf PPP- to submitlm?
I ire. ih-isaro' " buidinat for this Bond? Then
cune forth and manifest a desire, at least, to see
i.dof.lhtil time re-aii. the con- , .vo,ir "wn people s tnleri.-t promotctl toy -the
1 L...111.1 .... ..r.i.i- ....... ..... 1 ,1 . .
I o. ...... .11 . . . - 1 1 - .1 1 . . I III I . VITT
this -appropriate u unit Kin hi vour votes and whv ?
Is he afraid to trust the jk-ojiIc lo decide for
themselves what is theirown best inlereat?
Now Jerusalem why art thou disturbed in
,, , 1 ,,f it... I., .-ill ii .l..!.rti......ts. n.l rmiiw.iu: 01 mis mmt iwm at tne very .
. ..... 1 thre 1 .0 d of . o'.ir .lac 111L-S. IVt v.m .simiKise. 1 tnlne own befd.rsT Are not vour Interests
tm-n, wt 10 tne cnmioni usurpers r inw. for r wi- pi, v. w U,tnj ! identified nit', the whole of iMvie Conntv T
w ill be us' biding id-ace f.r tiiem in North anJ vour cJOia--, Stm , gtrenioua . f. ! They are the same. You will tirst Is-hold tb
I 11 111 :. 1 to T.t .s :i pi. 1 miti ir. . ., . . . 1 .. . . l -t : I ,!
. 7. . . .. . , Ion on vour part .' :i wili r.ot it., i.x- itU ;ie n ojuoiaii oi .air eumoioii nenver,r, me
f.t the Mate an- tiniturs to tlm I 11 ion, ami rn n,anir, st a de ir- t.. s.e .-e it Y. ur roii'l. to aid ns in tmviiur dus taxes
tnrsr will Ite "tH-tivefett mt,'' on tile ito-tnaod-f yri t rlty TTfrlrr f'" tlf 1 d.;i,ds, tn 1 njaddtT-
4 tne Ui.vejiM.r. 11 to no fuuiwi anysm fs ttrreexvi.f, apian the tooattua w this Koad, and
111 any Mate or 1
ii. ii . .-i d
ii ten finrptople her the legislature for the ptir-
pose of iHlikliug Kailroads over the Mate. 1 1 en
Ten Cents Reward.
1 1E shore rsward trill be paid to any person
who will return to me fonr bonnd children
irtio ran away from ine about t-o yenrs sjro. Th
naitf-s of said children sre Enn'ss Hs'rvtn. Tnld
well II ir.ton, snd Charles Mason and Rllen Mason
All ppTwns sre warned acainst hsrbnrinesaid rliil
dreo nn'b rperiallyortlie law. C. G. MASON.
Pulton, N. ('., Oct. 29th 1969. (8t43
WORTH & WORTH,
THE n-Mersiimed have this dv foraied s enpart-
nershlp fur the pmpose of rotfliniiina' trrOEMsi.
rtaaiswms akd sbipino BesiMssa, s the istier
dlare subcessors to Hie 'late firm of WtiHTH A
IIHNIEL and I. IS. WOKTH, n.l hops by strirt
attention to the inlTPsts of their shippers, and
friends to b'vc (rood atisme0oa to all wfmraay
fvor Ihera with business. B. 0. WORTH,
WILMISCTON, K. C (H. 1A, IStifi
Jtpsnt for V. Y . rmd North Carolina Steamship
Ll"c Semi-Weekly. ,
pii 'r'':a ir ' s.u.t; rr; Hail Steamsiitp Pom
panv. tn I'lti latlrlul.f .
Smith's Line X. v,- York Pail Ta kts.
'ai Kiir Steamboat LiBeof River busts.
Pralers in Bir;rln. Rope. Irnn Ta-s. I.lme. P'ss-
M II. liS. STATIOSS. AKRIVK. LBi.TR.
Saltsbury, 4i62 a. w. 3-45 i.
13 Third Creek, 4-.VZ 4:57
Z, HtntesvUle, 6:57 6:(18
32 Plow's 8::i7 :40
38 Catawba, 7:i 7:15
50 Newton, 8:03 &08
60 llickory Tavern, 8:48 9:03
70 hard. il:43 2: lo
80 Morganton, 10:38
Ml'l.FH. STATIONS. AI11UVR. I.FAVC
Morganton, 2:10 p. u.
10 loard, 2:50 p. u. 2:6ft
20 Hickory Tavern. It 35 3:40
30 Kewtoiv 4:20 2:25
42 Catawba, 6:13 6: IS
48 I'lou', M8 &58
55 Statesville, fr.28 (h33
67 Third Creeks 6JU 7:38
SO balisbury, &43
. v. . u , 1 , ,' r. - -- 71 - - is , , 7, j , , . , , -. trraitrs in niri:iii(, nnjn inn i ,t. tame, t as-
rfitywy e4 the Hepohfr. ,' why perh ine.-tt on y. ira-art? "Then parduu , be jsills cn the day of election and deposit ttr, c.,ent. Hslf, Pernvlsn t.nsno snd BMaaVs
4 i;-1 s . ri.iu.t-ta t-j , u7 ftUmiib hoy ii i.eciL uracil iivw t ; w,m wi w um vtuutw, upr 4 MflMM wi i.:ui
AMHAIVAC8 FOR 1870.
rpCKNERiS NORTH CAROI4NA ALMA
1 NAO lor 1,870. Enlarged and tin prove. I
111 all respects; hitter thnn tlie Almanac of
ISfiU.wliich was so popular nd had taiob a lare
sale. Price, sinjrle ooues by mail 10 cents. 3
catpies by n tail, 2fic.; one doae.n by mail, 76 ;
Trice in store, hart jrross, $4 ; jm. hundred 9;
per whole .ris. )7.
FARMER'S N. (' ALMA SAC. pahhWn I
by James H. Euniss; an eXceilekt Almanae
loll of most valuablo mailer to tho Vurmet,
with monthly cal. tMl. is in laj;je clear ty
i'riec, per slu'le cpy by mail, 10 -et.s ; .1
copies by msiiaSc, one dnaeii by mail 60e;
pii.a.- in sf. re, hall gross, per huiidrwl $4.50,
per pr..s $6.
THE COMIC ALMANACOR WJfl,
puhlished by J mes II. Enmas; lull uf conua
picture liluratioiis, j ikes, arirvtlolea, fun, Ac .
vvilii monlhly calemlurs, in laij;e tK-ar t p-.
Price per sii jlie ropy, by mail, 10 ociirs; 3
copies t,y n.a4l 26t-.J one ' 1 . mail 00 CIS.
Pr.i e III WOIJP, per half giC;S pit. buudiod
$4 CO; per pi. as f6.
r One of . ach of the above rnaih d to any '
..niie-s for i&et. Kvvr .- hy
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A ten and PublkLer of Almanans.
ct 16-41:1 biiijooay, S O.