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:. j All Letter relating to Subscription or
Advertisements, mast be addressed to WM. M.
BROWN, Business Manager."
" All Registered Letters can be sent at our risk.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1871.
Local, State and General Items.
To our Subscribers. Sickness in the
family of our- mailing Clerk will prevent
1 A U JU V AAA. v. WW VM. v a
y insr onf subscribers as it has done hereto-
" Rt. Rev. Bishop Davis of the Diocese of
South Carolina is dead.
Judge CantwelLof Wilmington, has been
appointed Commissioner of Deeds for South
Channcey Wise was convicted of the high
crime of arson, before Judge Clarke, last
week,? in Craven.
The. Wilmington Journal, of Monday, ap
pears in a handsome new dress. Size of the
paper somewhat diminished.
The patriotic are raising, or endeavoring
to raise, by. subscription, $15,000 to defend
the South Carolina Banditti.
Alexis has been to West Point the young
man will haVe a bugget of news to tell his
daddy when he goes back home.
We heard it remarked yesterday, that
Ilenry Berry Lowery is seeking the honor
of running on the Democratic ticket as a can
didate for Lt. Governor.
Craven Superior Court. We learn
'from The Newbem Times, that there are up
wards of. five hundred cases on the civil
docket of Craven Superior Court.
At the opening of a School in New York,
and while the teacher was repeating the
Lord's prayer, a boy saluted him with a quid
of tobacco. That chap is- doomed for the
. Whose Cow? A hornless cow, color
white, has taken up quarters at the farm of
W. W. Wynne, Esq., in this county. Mr.
Wynne would be pleased for some one to
own, and take the cow away.
The Newbern Times is pleased to hear
many complimentary allusions made to
Judge Clarke, the result of his impartial
manner in presiding, and his courteous
bearing to bar, witnesses and jury.
We have read the President's message,
and endorse it. The kind heart of General
Grant makes a suggestion relative to amnes
ty, which we think will find an echo with a
vast majority of the people. Bead the mes
sage, on our first page.
' Wm. M. Da vies, Esq., of Henderson
couutyj has become connected with The
Carolinian, as Associate Editor. t His salu
tatory is. very brief. He takes Jefferson and
John Quincey Adams, as his lights that is,
those great principles of constitutional
government," as illustrated in their admin
istration. . .
Skeletons Discovered. Two skeletons
were recently discovered at Hampton Court
Palace, near London, and there is a contro
versy in the newspapers as to whether they
are not those of Lord Francis Villiers and
Richard Grenville, shot by Cromwell's or
der at Hampton Court the day before Charles
the First's execution.
Plead Guilty. Four prisoners indicted
for Kn Kluxing, plead guilty before Judge
Bond in Columbia, S. C, last week.
Ex-Attorney General Stanbury, and Ex
U. S. Senator Beverdy Johnson, are exert
ing themselves to shield members of the
Klan from punishment. Every county has
been assessed to fee Messrs. Stanbury and
Johnson for their efforts to preserve the
Klan from annihilation. They will fail.
' Hester and Keith bagged. ec
Messrs. Hester and Keith have brought to
our city, and lodged in prison, the men who
shot the colored man in Sampson county,
to prevent his attendance at Court. That
same old ' " Tobacco peddler," with a one
horso waggon, was the trap, and the birds
went in. The human skull, upon which
mnntv Kn KIux adminis-
I UV47V smw "
T . il X 11
tared their hellisn oatn, is among me iropmes
brought up by Capt. Hester and Keith. J
Shot Himself. On Friday night las
Mr. James Murphy, tailor in the employ!
of Mr. J. W. Schartle, acddently shot him
self. He was sitting in a chair at the time,
fingering the hammer of a revolver, when
the contents of one of its chambers was sud
denly discharged, the ball passing through
the fleshy part of his lea thigh, and then
downwards, causing a slight abrasion of skin
on the calf of his leg. The wound, though
serious, did not prevent him from being out
on Saturday, when he was heard to remark
"that he would not give a cent for a shot
which touched neither artery nor bone."
So says The AsheviUe Pionttr,
I THWKOWHMuLTrrirM-THB Oaths I Tp CoMMQNScHM.rNoone8WdJ ?. Raleigh MarketS. L . . NgS?y522c2ttJ ; I I
ThjWksown Multitude The Oaths
The Bible First The Human Skull
and Blood, the Closing Oath T As we
have before stated, Capt. Hester, and Mr.
Keith,' U. & Officers entrapped, secured,
and brought to this city, a number of Ku
Klux from Sampson county. They are
known by another name The Unknown
Multitude nd we are exceedingly sorry to
be assured, that in the one county of Samp
'cvn 1nTif ther are not less than two thou
sand members, sworn in, and Belonging to
the Unknown Multitude! :,-
Before us. we have a written confession
from one of them ; its revelations are simply
horrible to contemplate ! We confess our
sense of horror," on reading it! We confess
our astonishment and more than surprise,
that men, whose names are therein given,
should have taken upon themselves,, and
aided In administering to others, .tne uaua.
While the Oaths are being administered,
the members of the Order, with their dis
guises on, stand around with their pistols
cocked, and other weapons held in readiness
to slay their victim, should he falter, and
refuse to proceed.
The First Oath Is as follows:
I, A. B.; do solemnly swear before Al
mighty God, and in the presence of these my
friends, here assembled, that I will truly
and faithfully keep secret even unto death,
the plans and movements of this society.
I do furthermore swear that I - will come at
the calling of the first G, C. (Grand Council)
of the Unknown Multitude, at any hour of
the moon ; that I will rattle the dead bones ;
that I will follow upon the track of the scala
wags' blood. I
Do you swear, that in case of ever being
interrupted in any civil government, in
which we may be operating, that you will
regard no oath that will convict one of its
members, but under all circumstance, stand
by the Order in both death and blood ! In
testimony of your faith, do you hereupon
take upon yourself this most solemn and
binding obligation, in presence of three or
more honorable and accepted members here
present? (The Bible is presented and kissed.)
I SECOND OATH.
The Chief then says : Brethren, this man,
(or these men) now kneel at the Altarof our
faith, and to be bound to our fortunes, by"
the solemn and mysterious provisions of
our Order Must I swear him (or them) by
the oath that shall forever bind and never
be broken? (The brethren lay their hands
on their left breast and say, "Swear them."
The party or parties are then sworn as fol
44 I, A. BJ do most solemnly swear before
Almighty God, and in the presence of these
my friends here assembled, being fully and
seriously impressed with the sac redness of
the act, that I never will make known eith
er by word, sign or deed, my knowledge of
its existence ; I swear that the enemies of
the white man's race, and of the white man's
government, and the friends of the negro
equality, are now and forever shall be, my
enemies; I swear to obey the Chief in all
his Constitutional orders, and all the orders
he may issue by the, direction of this Socie
ty ; I swear t kill any member of this So
ciety who shall prove false to this Oath ; I
swear to visit and comfort the members in
sickness ; I swear to defend the life of every
member of ihis Society, even at the risk of
my own, should I ever see it in danger; I
swear to give my patronage and support to
this Society in preference to all others ; and
lastly, I swear by this Bible, and this skull,
and this Wood, that should I ever prove un
true in any one particular, voluntarily,' I
hope to become an outcast, an alien to my
country, my friends and my God! All of
which, I swear, so help me, God !
The Executive Committee of the North
Carolina Agricultural Society have deter
mined to invite the assembling of "An Ag
ricultural Convention" in this city, for the
purpose of securing i unity of action and ef
ficient co-operation of those directly inter
ested in Agricultural pursuits. After con
sultation with many members of the Gen
eral Assembly, now in session, it has been
determined to fix the day on the 11th day
of January next.
It is requested that the fanners of every
county and all Agricultural Societies and
Clubs shall appoint delegates to attend this
The farming interests of the State are un
deniably depressed. To ascertain, if prac
ticable, the causes of this depression, to en
deavor to provide a remedy, to secure unity
of purpose, and strength of action, in en
forcing such remedy, -are well worthy all
the efforts of the best people of North Caro
lina. A cordial invitation is extended to
members of similar Conventions in other
States, and to all who may desire to co-operate
with us in this important object.
Kemp P.' Battle, Pres't,'
N. C. Agr'l Society.
What they have done in S. C The
Columbia Union, in reference to the ku
klux In South Carolina, says : 44 The
bloody record of the past twelve months
cannot be blotted out. During that time,
not less than five hundred colored men and
women have been subjected to the most
cruel torture, .laceration or murder, by
these same loving Democrats.
Hundreds have been driven from their
homes, and other hundreds have not slept
beneath their humble roofs for weeks at a
time. We have, with our own eyes, seen
the bleeding and lacerated bodies of these
suffering objects of. Bourbon hate, both
men and women, and yet the hell-deserving
scoundrels who engaged in this infernal
work, have the unblushing impudence to
prate about their chivalry." -
Mecklenburg Superior Court. The
proceedings of this tribunal, is thus summed
up by the Charlotte Democrat : j . ,
J. B. Boyles, white, was tried for the mur
der, of last Spring, of a colored man named
Scott. The deceased was working on the
Air Line Railroad running through Boyles
premises. Boyles claimed that he had for
bidden the hands to pass through a certain
place in his fence, and when the deceased,
attempted to pass that point Boyles shot
him. -I After the jury deliberated 15 or 18
hours they returned a verdict of not guilty.
On Friday last, four negroes were tried
on a charge of forming a plan and making
threats to burn the City. One of the num
ber, Bill Hall, was convicted, j ; r
SAD Accident. We learn from The
Newbem Times, that during the snowstorm
of Friday last, a boy named Herbert Davis,
aged about thirteen years, living in the vi
cinity of KInston, was sent by his mother
on an errand at some distance. The little
fellow was on horseback, and reaching an
improperly covered, deep ditch,., the horse
fell In, and the little fellow being unable to
extricate himself, fell under the horse, and
was either killed by the fall, or so injured
as to be unable to help himself, and froze
to death. When discovered he and the
horse were both dead. -
The Common Schools. No one should
fail to read, the articlo 'In our editorial
columns under the head of. The .Common
Schools.' It & substantially the' report of
Prof. McIyEK, the . State's Superintendent
of Public Instruction, and was prepared by
him for publication, as it now appears. .
'-...-U-'-ii&r . . . f: ,f:.n- '"r?
DrrTHERiA.-This deadly disease prevails
to an alarming extent inVermont. ; V
- Multiply : and Increase. A lady 73
years of age, living in Columbia,' Shelby
county,, Ala., is the happy molher of a new
born infant. " . :' ' v V
Married. Robert E, Lee, youngest son
of the late General IV E. Lee,, .was married
at "Rocklands,'. Orange' .county, -Virginia,
Nov. 16, to Miss Charlotte Haxall, daughter
of Mr. R. Barton Haxall. j r .
Tichborne. The claimant in the Ticli-
borne case is suffering from a severe attack
of bronchitis. He Is in excellent medical
hands, but his friends are not a little anx
ious as regards his present state of health.'
Disbanded. The Worrell theatrical
troupe dissolved at Savannah last Saturday
night, after its last performance. : Sophie
and Irene, with Mr. Eddy returned to New
York. . Jenny, Harry Jackson, the come
dian, and the Leon brothers have joined the
, ... t:
But a few days remain to procure tick
ets in the South Carolina Land and Immi
gration Association. ,r $500,000 in prizes.
Tickets $5 each. It is positively determined
that the drawing will take place January 8,
1872. Send your orders without delay, as
no tickets will be sold after 5th January,
1872. See advertisement in another column.
Must not be Found. the murderer of
the late Justice Norman was executed in
Calcutta in a peculiar manner. He was
hanged and his body was then burned by
low-caste men, the object of this latter oper
ation being so to scatter his ashes that when
Azrael, the Angel of Death, comes to sum
mons sinners to judgment he cannot find
Accident on the Long Bridge at
Greenville. We learn from The Times
that Mr. Moore, wife and child, of Pitt,
while crossing a bridge over the Tar river,
in a buggy, at Greenville, horse took fright
and backed the whole business off the
bridge, a distance of twenty feet, and nobody
hurt not even the wicked horse. Narrow
New Republican Paper at Salem, N.
C. On the first of January, a new paper
will be started at Salem, N. C, to be called
ThelForsytheIiepublican, it will be edited by
Mr. Walseri son of Col. Henry WaJser.the
wheel horse of the old Whig party in David
Mr. Walser is a ready writer, and we
wish him success.
Burned to Death. We learn from TJie
Statesville American, that a colored girl, by
the name of Amanda McKee, aged about
17, who resided near Statesville was m burn
ed to death by her clothes taking fire, dur
ing the late cold spell. It is stated that
while near a fire, she caught up in her arms
a child, whirling round at the time, ; which
caused her calico dress to come in contact
with the flames. In her fright, she darted
out of the door and ran at her speed until
she fell dead, enveloped in flames.
Died, very suddenly, in this city, on Fri
day morning, December 8th, 1871, Mrs. Ma
ry E. Betts, beloved wife of Mr.' W. C.
Betts. She leaves a devoted husband, an
infant child, and affectionate parents and
loving brothers to mourn their loss. May
God comfort them. .
Died, in this City; Wednesday evening,
Dec 6th, 1871, suddenly, Mrs. Tilatha C.
Ray, wife of Mr. John Ray, aged 63 years.
An Act to Change the Time for Hold
ing the Superior 0 onrts of Alamance,
County. ' !. : ' " -v
Sec. 1. The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact : That after the 1st day of
January, 1872, the Superior Courts for the
county of Alamance, shall be held on the
second Monday before the 1st Monday ot
March and September of each year.
Sec 2. That all process, recognizances and
other legal proceedings in civil and criminal
actions which have already been issued, or
may hereafter be issued, and had returnable
to Spring Term, 1872, of said court, shall be
deemed and held returnable to the term of
said court as now fixed by this act ; and all
persons who have been recognized or bound
or summoned to appear at the Spring Term
of said court for the year 1872, are hereby
required to appear at the term thereof as
prescribed in this act ; and the Secretary of
State shall forthwith cause this act to be
published, and furnish the Sheriff and the
Clerk of the Superior. Court of Alamancv
county, with a copy.; , ; . '
Sec. 3. That all laws and parts of laws in
consistent with this act are hereby repealed
Sec. 4. This act shall bo enforced front
and after its ratification.
Tn ftortomi Asspmhlv read three times and
ratified the 4th day of December, A. D., 1871.
Speaker of the House.
E. J. WARREN. -President
of the Senate.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Office Secretary of State,
Jtaleijh, December 4, 1871.
t TTvxnv J. Mennisoer. Secretary of
State, hereby certiiv that the foregoing is a
true CODY Ol me origmin u "
office. H. J. MENNINGER,
dec.7-tf. Secretary of State.
ALEIGH SASH FACTORY!
Price List For Sash and Doors;
8 x 10, 71 cts. pr. lighUlO x 14, 12 cts. pr. light.
9x139 " , " 10x16,13 " "
rwira 9. ft Ht fi ft. with sunk Pannels. $2.50
2 ft. 8x6 ft, 8, $2.75 I 2 ft. 10 x6 ft. 10, $3.00
2 ft. 10x7 ft. 3.251
Moulded 35 cents on one side; raisea ana
Moulded 70 cents extra. '
D." S. IRELAN, Proprietor,
Corner of Davie and McDowell Sts. r
Raleigh, Aug. 17, 1871. , 32-wAtriwly.
"TTTILTBERGER'S FLAVORING EX-YY-
TRACTS are warranted equal to any
made. They are prepared from the fruits,
and will be found much better than many
of the Extracts that are sold. . ."r:': k i
Ask V your Grocer or Druggist for
Wiltberger's Extracts. . : '-f
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUB ' ;
is without doubt, the best article in ' the
market, loi blueing clothes. - It will color
more water than four times the same weight
of indigo, and much more than any other
wash blue in thejnarket. The only genuine
is that put up at . ..... . .; -
ALFRED WILTBERQEfc'S DRUO STORE,
No. 233 North Second SL, PMUdelphia, Fa.
The Labels have both-Wiltberger's and
Barlow's name on them; all others are
counterfeit. For sale by most Grocers and
Druggists '" aug, 19 imwtriw.
Wholesale Prices .'
' pOOL MORING,
Grocers and , GommUsioii 'Merchants,
Corner Wilmington and Martin SU.V
COTTON per Jb., : - " - : ; - 1 17
X)RN per bushel,5 - l 00
OATS per hundred, - - - - : SO
FLOUR North Carollaa Family, - 8 60
FLOUR Baltimore Family, ' - 10101
BACON per lb.,. - - J 10(11
SALT per sack,' -1 - - , 2 85
BAGGING - - - - - 17
MOLASSES Cuba, new, - - ; 44
Sugar House, - - v 30
COTTON YARN - - 1.60
CORN MEAL per bushel, - - 1 00
' . -i . -
;- f -?! . : ' , ! " - . , : '
TCeta.il Irice. ,
ax Ia. r o o m, &. a lf o r r ,
Qroecrt ; and Commission Merchants,
. Hargett Street.
BACON Baltimors smokod,
strips, ! - - ; -
N. C. Hams. -
BUTTER per S. - -BEESWAX
per B., - -BEEF
on hoof, - - - -
44 per quarter, -COFFEE
per ft)., - " - -CHEESE
per lb., -COTTON
YARN per bale, 1
CORN per bushel, - -CHICKENS
per piece, - ;
EGGS per dozen, - - - - L
FLOUR per bbl., - - 8
FODDER per 100 lbs., - ! - .1
HAY per 100 lbs.,
HIDES green, per lb., - -
ary, per id., - - iu
HERRINGS, N.C. per bbl., 7 50 f
LEATHER per lb., - - SO
LARD- per B., - - - 15
MOLASSES-per gallon, - 33
44 Golden Syrup,
MEAL per bushel, - - 90
OATS per bushel, - - . 75
" per 100 lbs., - ! - 00
PORK - - -! - 6
POTATOES irish, per bush..
44 - . ! sweet, per bush.,
SUGAR crushed, -
44 extra O., - - -44
' P.R., - - ' . - :
" common, -SALT
per sack, - . -TALLOW
per lb., - ; -
VINEGAR per gallon, ' -
U Ootton Mrket, ! . !
; , bt i - i - '
GEORGE T. STBONACH,
Dealer in Cotton and Naval Stores,
Market and Martin Streets. f
Receipts at Raleigh,
For shipment from Raleigh,
For storage, - - -Sales
yesterday, - - -quotations:
Ordinary, -f - -
Onod oirlinarv. - -
Low middling, - - - - . 1
Middling, i - - -
DON'T LET THE
Golden ; Opportunity Slip !
! " A . : .
POSITIVE DRAWING, j
A. N. XJ A. Tt Y 8, 187 8.
The South Carolina Land and
Immigration Gift Concerts
I will take place - ; ,
on the day appointed. "
Secure Your Tickets at Once!
All Orders strictly Confidential.
2405 Gifts, amounting to : - S500,000
The chances are unusually good one
ticket in every sixty-two is sure to draw a
prize. - :
Orders for Tickets received up to the 5th
of January, after which time no more Tick
ets wMl be sold. i i
SINGLE TICKETS $5 EACH.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing .
General A. R. Wright, of Georgia. ;
General Bradley T. Johnson., of Virginia.
Col. B. H. Rutledoe, of South Carolina.
Hon. Roger A. Prtor, of New York.
Great inducement and reduction in price
of Tickets to clubs. r V 1,
Remittances can be made to us, and the
Tickets will be sent by return mail by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY fe CO.,
L Charleston, S. C, or our Agents. .
Gen. M. d. Butler." John Chadwictc.
I General M. W. Gary.
28 wtjan 8. . ; ' .
THE FIRM OF S. DIXON & 'CO., has
this day been dissolved, by mutual
consent. All those indebted are respectful
ly requested to come forward and pay up,
as longer indulgence cannot be given.
The books can be found, and settlement
madeith . w. DIXON.
ERE AFTER the business of the
Snow Camp Foundry
will be conducted under the name -of Dix
ons & Co., Iron Founders, Millwrights and
Machinists, Snow Camp P. O., Alamance
county, N. C, who are prepared to manu
facture, at short notice -"
Improved Horse-Powers and Threshers,
Smut Machines, Straw-Cutters, Corn
i Shellers, Cane Mills, Saw and Grist '
L . Mill Irons of every Description,
Shafting, Pulleys, Gearing, J
Also,re manufacturing an ,
. Improved TurbmeJVater, llTieel,
u:-k i1i'ofQfif rlov 4a IiaIIavmI. will
supersede the Overshot-Wheel in most
efficiency are properly considered.
A. 4Ka m-nrinlafnTi rt miiihinerv. are nar-
ticularly requested to give this Wheel an
North for one not so good.
i This company is an association of Practi
cal Mechanics, who have been engaged in
this particular business for more than
twenty-five years, and are qualified from
long training, ana practical experience, to
make thorough work of any job entrusted
to their care ; together with the low prices at
which work has been put under the ready
pay, system. -lately inaugurated in this
country, will make it to the interest of those
wanting any thing in our line to give us a
call. r - '.; -
.November, 1871. ? 76 w4w.
.The Forest Manufacturing Company have
resumed operations, and are now ready to
Delinquents will please settle their accounts,
as we desire to close tne oia dooks. - ,
- -''.- - - W.- F. ASKEW,
"KoVi 27. 70--lm. ; - Proprietor."
GRAXyiLLS COUNTT.J J L
Superior Court. November 2d, A. D.. 1871
The petition of Lunsford A. Paschall, of
Granville county, aforesaid, administrator
'.with the will annexed de bonis non of
James M. Bullock, deceased, plaintiffs. ;
against L 1 ' L
William M. Sneed and wife, Sarah A. Sneed.
JAmes M. B. Hunt, Susan B. Alston and
her husband, Joseph R. Alston, all of
Granville county and : State aforesaid.
William is. nunc,' oi coumy, ana
State of Mississippi, Richard B. Hunt, of,
Smythe county, Virginia, James M. BuU .
locK, or county, ana tatot)i Aiaoama,
defendants. Petition to make real estate
; assets. ; r .. . ; , ; ; -
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that William B. Hunt, Richard R. Hunt,
and James M. Bullock, are non-residents of
this State : It is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made for them in The Carolina
JB)ra, a newspaper published in tho city of
Raleigh, for six weeks successively, notify
ing them to be and appear before this Court
at the Clerk's office in Oxford, cyi Wednes
day, the 20th day of December next, then
and there to plead, answer or demur, to tho
said petition, otherwise the same will bo
taken pro confesso, and heard ex parte an to
them. , i ' . i :
Witness, Calvin Betts, Clerk ofsaid Court;
at Oxford, the 4th day of November, 1871. i
C. BETTS, Clerk Superior Court i j
24 w6w Granville County.
TCTORTH CAROLINA, )
-L Granville County.
In tire Superior Court, Nov. 10th, 1871
Grandcson Puryear, . ! !
. ' I '
William KJdd and Jano C, las wife, form
erly Jane C. Puryear, of Yoi k Countyj irt
the State of South Carolina ; Samuel W
Puryear, of the State of Alabama; and
Beverly A. Puryear, Mary E. Puryear,
and Martha L. Puryear of oountyt in
the State of Mississippi. ! J j
It appearing to the Court that Jane! C.
Puryear, now Jane C. Kidd, and wife.of
William Kidd, and Samuel W. Puryear,
and three grand children, to-wit : the defen
dants Beverly A. Puryear, Mary E. Pur
year and Martha L. Puryear, are not resi
dents of this State : It is therefore ordered,
that publication bo made for them in The
Carolina Era, a newspaper published in tho
City of Raleigh, for six weeks successively,
notifying them to be and appear before this
Court, at the Clerk's office in Oxford, on
Saturday, the 23rd day of December next,
then and there to plead, answer or demur to
the said petition, otherwise it will be taken
pro confesso and heard exparte as to the said
Jane C. Kidd, an Samuel W. Puryear and
a guardian ad letetn appointed for said infant
defendants. . i
Witness, Calvin Betts, Clerk of said Cour
at Oxford, tne lutn oay oi jNovemDer, xau
C. BETTS, Clerk
2 w6w. Superior Court.
NORTH CAROLINA, )
Granville County, j
Superior ?ourt, November 2d, A. D., 1871.
David W. Fuller, administrator of Riphard
Quails, deceased, j ' ,
against . !
John F. Quails and William II. Quails, in
fant, defendants. I " j
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that : the defendants are infants, and rcsido
beyond the limits of this State : It is there
fore ordered that publication be made for
them in The Carolina IJra, a newspaper
published in tho city of Raleigh, for six
weeks successively, notifying them to bo :
and appear before this Court, at the Clerk's
office in Oxford, on Wednesday, the 20th J
day of December next, then and there to
plead, answer or demur, to the said petition,
otherwise a guardian ad litem will be ap
pointed for them in this action. It is furth
er ordered that a copy of the petition bo
forthwith deposited in the post office, direc
ted to the said defendants, at Hopkins
county, Kentucky. i ;
Given under my hand, at office in Oxford,
the 3rd day of November, A. V., 1871.
C. BETTS, Clerk Superior Court
24 w6w ' Granville county.
United States Internal Revenue,
Collector's Office 4th District, N. C,
Halcigh, December V, 187 '1.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
Notice is hereby given, that on tho Gpi
day of December, 1871, in tho County kf
Granville, seizure was made by inc, of Up
mnles and waeron. and a lot of manufiictur-
eti tobacco, said to be the property of Cluy.
White and this is to inform any party iv
parties having any interest in tho a)vo
named property; to come forward withjn
thirtv davs from the date of this notice, and
make claim, and say why the sumo .shall
lation of Internal Revenue Laws.
I. J. YOUNG,
Collector 4th Dist. N. CI
nov 12. 82 law3w.l
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