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0 / 75
The Editor must not Toe understood as endon
lilt tiuiwi ui t . .
wlS wllT driven to the readers of Thk Era
M wnturins thevie-frs and sentiments of the
writer. fc "
, -For UioJTtorothianw4
- . SUas Bnrns.
-w 1 1 - d-k-vw . ha I
7. - -. . . , rw.-..-
nominations roaue uv uvi- .vva.-
lion in tnis citv. inerois uuo iuuu inv
"S.vi! T,nroVfirLTJoiilfl 1
Tnalco hi3 name stand -pre-eminent
aniens: all the resu i . ? . .
t oiinrift . KilM Tiumsl .of Chatham.
Where could we have found another
man in the State, oi any. political per
suasion, that would come as near being
Mr. Burns is as -familiar wiUiitlie
public works of North Carolina,-as a
formpriaunth hil t)!OW and
hoe. lie has been connected with .them
noe. lie nas uwu Wu VV-
frr fhr Int inrtV veaTS. autl UtJlilg
ior me iasi iur ?VUJ,V!Tti
take bettor care or the state's interest
hoM -nSthan anv man -we could
a nrf besides. 3Ir. liurns is an enter-
..ruRrJSS? d1 W sort of a . man,
ami u tne nexi igisiaiure a
the omce wnat u bhouiu Jr-:
a a. m v
15urnsastneupermienufui, av xjr
. - i. M a o v rrt -n i
hi?, Dotn in xnis city uuu iu
political friend or foe, will attempt to-
noiiiiuu Vi,:,i. ' 14...:.. a yA
i Tfvfi cnif in ftnvinir iiia.t iiuiiian, wmci i
yZthepl? illla aVideparty
projiSice, aSpport iifm as the1 right
1 "J jV w-'Tf it.
lirflpirrh Atiril 2oth. 1872.-r--
WZ' , . r - For the CarolinarKra. f
9-Mi'lDTTOB : f i Our city has bepn'for
the lact twentj-fgur hours much am lis-:
ed at the fight between thQ friends of
Col. F. TcL Shober and Major Wm. M.
ltobbins, to see which of them shall be
defeated In the 7th District for Con
gress. Tlie Watchman lead off some
time since for Shober, and Tlie Kcam
iner of tho iOth takes & bold stand for
Bobbins. I will use an extract from
77ie Examiner, to show you how mat
ters stand; It is as follows s i ;xK
"We see, or1 we think we cc, an cr
fort 'making' ,to override the popular
will and force upon the District the
nomination of a candidate by means of
a packed convention, , monied and
ring influences, and 'wo therefore, feel
it our duty to wura the people Jn
time." "" L"J '' ' 1 ' v'5
"Have me from my 'friends,'" What
an admission from anvlxlitor that
claims that his partyhas all the liou
ety. Kings, did, he say ? A bo ever
thought that the honest Democrats iiad
Itings? Swallow it, ye: wire-workers
of the Democratic party aWSalibbury.
hnr rr ha fcl ia ue.! takoli t. for
your own side boldly charges it upon.;
you.' ' '"" " '" ' ' .
Tha 32ditor:t)f TfiS Examiner -goes
furtluT, and says : 43Iajor .ltobbins'
means are limited. He has no m on fed
frienl3. tof advocate his claims." ;lle
furthertsays, "his claims are, not writ
ten in sand." Does he mean that Sho
ber's are? . Look well to --our" laurels,
' Frank," they ore after you. I f you
don't hurry home somebody will TStart
fair nhnnt vour siendinir a Stronsr ad-
vocate to the powers - that-were to.-get
that paraon. xo'som tne wnoiu hwi
,t in n.nnfc.fihell : the aristocracy
Tiii in if iririi
and most of the wire-pullers are tor
nnllnn a -r f-
Shober, headed by that saint, Bruner, i
of The Watchman. This is the Old line .
V mg blue. j.iiu iiiii.-p.o ji mv.il
and they are not small in numbers
are for Robbins, with Stewart, of The
IZraminer, leading them. This is the
old TVmocratic side. War men know
AVhig side. The masses oi xneir party
that Robbins "fit," so did.Stewart.-
Bruner didn't "fitf,, neither did Sho- j
lxr Cowles is not . in the Salisbury j causes of that failure, ana at still smaii
llffht. Perhaps his friends thought j er number are aware that what iwas
they had done enough for him when j done will nothe an entire lo&, but that
, Ti'ctnVt fnr h i ifi7rTi r- ! HL' "bro-ftl rrt.rt iinon the M'atersi" it
1 1 1. V uunn, ,n .iv.v. .v,-. , x,-
. . a .'.i"
ftvnl w tft nwrthmw Shober. " ' 1 1 !
There Is another gentlemen that is
yet an outsider, but if they don't watch,
whilst theyare quarrelling over the
bonethe will pick it up and Tun off
with it. I refer to Dr. ThosV W. Keen,
of Rowan. He seems very much hurt
at the situation of T affaire ; aiul-if they
would leava it for the DrJid settleiihe
would present to tlie District the strong
est man they have,ln my opinion,
that's himself.' If a. fight ta
tii a r will h the eamDromise man,
We trust" the. Convention will not be
packed, and that Rings .and -monied
clique will .not ,to used. .That will
not do for Democrats. e.s all the hon
estyall the intelligence of Xorth Car
olina. Give Robbins a fair chance in
the convention; 'tis all he asks. And
to the gentleman who may be nomina
ted, we would most respectfully advise
that you do not buy f your Railroad
ticket to Washingtoivso.soon as ymi
are nom i dated ; for if you do,'ybuwill
stand a fine chance of losing your mon
ey, for the people of this District will
send either Dr. Ramsey, Mr. Furches,
rr. Patterson, or some other true L.e
publicarf who can helr the people.
-Truly, - - ' YadkinJJ
Salisbury, April 12, 12. -; 'j,,,
" - For the Carolina Era
v More Rcfimiis. 1
To diE Fditor Eiu:';;''-: . ;''t'.
Sir: The time having, arrived iu my
opinion when the young nien. of the
State should determine Whether they
are longer to bo pulled about by old
broken down partizans-of the Conser
vative party or not, and to give public
expression to their .opinion, lido
therefore, through your columns, if per-:
mitted, denounce the twisty, changea
ble, character' of the Conservative
iRtrtv separate my connection yith
t said party and declare myself from
litis date an endorser of the principles
oi" the National Republican party and
pledge my support to its principles
hereafter. ' Yours truly, 1
.., . ; , " TATF'V'. " ' '
Washington 3T. C. April, 20, :1S7 '
' ' ''.7, lr " .tyyor the Carolina Eu
Democralic Poir-rVdw in Chathirm:
Mn. Ejjitor:: On .the' "tith of j this
month, after much i advertising the
I)errfocTatg of New Hopeownhip
held a meeting. W A. Mitchell, J. D.
Rrasenton, and James Grifllnt,.allUe
roes oCAmerica, were aH who. turned
out ' These Heroes n orated to each
other. They divided-tho honors of the
imetin One was Chairman, one SeN
rt'tAry, and the other made the motions
nnd voted yea and nay. Jlwas. a gjo
?difor Democrats. , The" He
ro waited nntihnearly jilght, and,
then wended their way home, so much
mortified at their meeting, that they
hate-not'sent the proceeding to Josiah
"iw.M Turner's Sentinel. w
... . .. . New Hope.
- ife Inter nationaTeT V
ill. Editor : A recent iiunibcr of
who rhnrinftf. ' Democrat contains lour
different editorial' articles, in each of
which; the Internationale m some one
of its forms is unfavourably noticed.
There is also lto De iounu m me same
isue of this paper a report of a lecture
-i -i : .."wwl W iy.tr Tlfivi FL JrT J lard in 2.
1 uciumvt s j ... - - .
tha HTPSnTIiTI Ul AiUUllUtlWll UVil"
-ui.. f thA female institute in tnai
V!,h thiTltura admits as
ui , . - -
wJ those, wonderful phenomena of;
oines" or, "ghost". . manifesta-l
tions. without, however, attempting to
account ior meui. , , r .
' . - -m. '
s ilTl rm noon 'TOmflTKIIl
it appears that, at least the nanftlnteT-
ifA..iAn anmn faint and ronfused."
IlilllULUXJC uuu outui , 1
fits mpAninchfls nenetraH
ted as far as the highly respectable and
conservative- county oi wwMt uuuiKj
and also that the .young ladies at thd
college liavfi been instructed by a Presj
uir'nn tht ftnin fac
u iciwu J " i
Kyv'omutwi friA nnn.-teaueni
aiu not.pruut-w w T
It is not intended at th s1 time, Mri
uon uuu nature utu o i ..-.
Knough to say . for tho present that
s rrnT TiTi nnd
n n l i l w aii i ii ilia i u:: . tsAWA v. v
- ; nrfh " Tt is a
i,VJ, "r"-T'r': rVld to
AtirnK r JinniH 31 1 it will uiuiiiir. wr
rrF Bnt nersecutions
nu)Hn.. .. - . o
only increase- its numbers, aniensmeb
rtf thA onnressed toward his
opprer andWens thefinhour of
n?tnnco of the United States m her
maaenons.io caiuc uiouiup
tion and the Spanish Minister here has
WtH Instruction -from his jrovern-
hqV thf foh-oneration of this
nnvonimpnt in the undertaking. Our
Government will reply to the insult
with tlie proper spirit at tho proper
time. tt 4 i. v ; K Til- iL. . I
One word to the thinking men pf the
c;ith tIipv slmuld wonder the matter
seriously before they make war on the
Internationale. A thorough study of
the works of Mr. Calhoun might con-
Vio cnrtAnf. thflt this TT)rOfOUlld
lUVb v knvv. ----- x
philosopher would have given his; ad
ri iollpo-innfie tto.the onnci-
pies of this society, as constituting the
Jll itj;iuiiiiv , i ,
AfrictLfcdavcry had been decreed and -Ucled:i
In fact, it can be easily shown
that, in the-: early iiistory .of the-goy-ernment,
before the growth of tjie slave
interest, the South was Radical and the
North Conser,vative.hlThe, South' be-'
lieved in the French Revolution and
i, xYrfn hplifvfHl in the En irlish Ar
istocracy. Compare Mr. Jefferson with
old JohrPAdams 'and' Mr.1 Cooperof
South Carolina,! with Jonathan rfld
ward. And who tsay that ttoy when
the Conservative element of slavery
has been broken down in the South add
a vast and opprcssiye moniqd and c6r
porate monopoly has grown up in the
Norththat the toiling and suffering
millions in tlie old free States shall ilot
find th6ir ablest and - boldest ndyocates
among the Southern men ? FacUlcst
descenstu fed rvrocare rradwnj kl a 1 l
Vashington,li.C., April 12, 18724
1' ... ' For
the Carolina Eri
I TFTVX4! i Krt M.Ow.tivh
ivn itjk t Tti t ill- Mid wit mui v va
TrkHtfA beeomes more urcent. I will
Z. .1. Mw.tll nnru-' ?r trnnr tmnpr tri (flVi'
some' information1, which may prpve
interesting and useful to persons, both
f lmcinMs nnd nleasure. and fspecially
to immigrants. .Mast people in NOrth
Carolina have heard of the Cape If ear
and Deep River Navigation Comp:uiy
and the failure of .their scheme after
paratively a few ' persons know f the
..v -' - .1 - .
1 ,i it : n 1 1 r 1 A el t h o
may result m riv.-u iviuis.
BtatehatI to 'fooFtheill? of the failing
Company she ck car&io, nDsoru ai 1
its interestsand in a fit of generosity,
passed, the larger .portion of the siune
over to the Chatham Railroad Compa
ny, avho, under similar, impulses, pass
ed them 'On teiJIIeck & Co. aliaf the
Deep River- Manufacturing Company.
This latter-Company has4ts main in-
tn.ta oi T rr Irrri 1 1 e nn .rT)pen Ri vei.
and has gone to work iri4 good earnest
tn fmnrove the hairation fromJIAJ-
lington, in iiarneii couniy, xv xyci
MiU, in Moore cpunty, a; distance of
about 75 miles. ..About midway be
tween these points the Raleigh & Au
mishi Air iiine Railroad intersect the
m.iw ' CP . . . , I m
' A W . A A l.J IV m. fnA?
Fine of navigation,rand the two are to
U. mntnof forw1er. :A food deal Of 8110-
uvj u n v . ri -
cessful work has already been done On -the
river, and a beautiful, steamer has
been built at Loekville-The George
ti ibinil " Tier "rnunini? crearl' has
iiotbeon -"fully' completed and adjusted
mental trips from Lockville fo Buck
horn, and the writer was one of a party
of'tadfc and gentlemen" who were
treated to a passage. on Saturday last.
From LookvIIle .tothe head of the
RuckhOrn Canal is'10 irillfcs by water,
:,"The first three mile you glide-do wn(
the slightly curving Deep.- River, then
you enter the broad . Cape Fear River.
For five miles y ou gaze upon broad
fields of fertilefarms, wheri solid granite
bluffs begin td jott out; backed by high
and rugged1; hills.' And' now? al of. a
&udden,Xho steamer darts into anji'rrow
slue (as the - engineers -jcall it) 'and
threads its way along it, Almost touch
in the fringing trees andvlnes. tb the
head of the canal the stopping point at
present. .-Talk of". pic. nics, yovt city
peoples-why Jb ere is a' chance for Onfe,
tlmt cannot be beaten, j Charter u a
special train on the ChathamvR4 RH
cannot affonl to write! its long name
every time) to Haywood or Lockville.
then take tlie Lobdell to Backhorn 5L-ci
TiiO round trip can be easily made in
five or six hours, and "any onet with
half an eye for the( charm of nature
may not only.be compensatedkbut all
his aspirations ofc the .beautiful, the
lovely .andhe picturesque will be
oratifiecl to Overflowing' Andjfeel safe
Fn avering that Capt.-Exlinelhe ener
getic and courteous ageni'of the Deep
River Manufacturing Cohpany. rtiirf
aipt. Brady who steers the1 Lobdell'
will act well their ,part3 as to anVrea
sonable demands made Upon them
Brady is the same iresn waieraar,
lllUI fn (T 111 l I lit . ml . llUUIll
blforo iand during . tho.varr-and
fJdnk it. is .not geuerallyr known.that
Tfiir.L-hnrn, nnd iKndor near' Kg5"P
bjy ,Mir-whcn,i the' caUanf .flnpfaJn
stored undejra Alg? PU"tt nS
RiveV, pnd he lierw. resfe awhile and
bottomWhethef to c hide o from ihern
man rorcefloriin uncohtlitional sur-
render to the bull frog . of T which Qen.
Cotten used to sing, has not yet been
ascertained. ' While the old Company
K.itiitrtrr i lrvlr nt. '"Rattle's dnm.
two miles below Buckhorn, a Scotch
man, then residing at .gyp, nappeneci
to pass hurriedly? that way, and was
fctruck with the stones that were being
inin fhft irvk avtiIIs. He soon after
made the acqauintance , of a gentleman
was good iron ore and insisted that they
should examine into the matter. - , .
lie could only say; tnat ineriocK was
somewhere below Haywood; and thdy
started thereiorto examiue every iw.
till they should flnd the right one.
flsAPrtn ined thev soon found
where the packing came fronxand that
i. i kt fiKoa . Ci . TTnrrincrtnn.
: He was caiiea gn ana a -lea&o ,agreyu
upon at once, between the parties, and
from' that time they, used their IJest ef-
IOriS lO UriUJJ liltr, juiuciai v,v.w
pnl- snrvevs and otherwise.
This ore wa successfully worked dur-
i'n tha irnr rtv a inrnace ml iiuunxiui u.
-nrhih vj i demolished bv Sherman's
fnrrM Arwi now a new Company, the
Cape Fear Iron and Steel Company, are
v-.L-;nr Toi-rro rronnrntifjns to WOrk the
same at the site of the demolished fur-
vti, o' on vi ii'hAfiflpd bv.Cieo. Q. LlOD
dell, of Wilmington, Del:; Tor ..whom
the new steamer nas Deen uami. j-hc
nf tn?a Pnrhnfinv larere and com-
plete, and will requires hearvy outlay
roA?tol 'oiul M-hpn finished -it Will be
nnfitor.io onri nmnmental to our sec
tion. Among'other things they .will
secure the whole water-power of . the
Cape . Fear. River- with about 20 feet
fall, and navigation Jto their, very
"..Tt. io riim tn iho. X)ees .River
Manufacturing Company, and the Cape
Fear Iron and Steel Company, to state
that they have1 given strong evidence
r Koinf roni pnmpst and substantial
enterprises. - They buy. property at fair
liberal and' wise designs an&prosecute
Lthem steadily, and vigorously; they
ntn nv or(TP trtrfPS...lOrJk LliClll BUlLf-
ctdntiaUvr nml nav them , promptly,
and they evince ajyisn tio uu vL
n vp11 n tn "receive them. And
cirnhf n-A shrmld bid them God speed
since -their successes must' operate great
i r,vnpfit ir n. larjre nortion Of
AA-A4.1 IV! iUA v v w T CD
our State. - The Soap-stone, Coal, Iron
and Copperof- Deep Oliver, tho Iron,
F.ir,itb ftml njivfil stores 'of uopcr Cape
Fear, and the agricultural resources of
both wiu.be luny Geveioptxvuy nuem,
otinn with. the R. R.. And
why may not the people at the mter
jnnran T? T? nnrl "River, build
"up a commercial cefltre . for these four
"arms? ' It is the geographical centre of
Ko Ktota onri nnnrhrto necome xnu io-
cus and "tentre of a large business. ,r
-MIlt-i.2. I ' "
.(i For tlie4iiroUna.Era.i
'Letter from J. L, Ubiaux. ,
tl A timely word ' to my .Republican
friends, may avoid misunderstanding
and misconstructions? Therefor,;I will,
now lay down the programme I intend
to follow this campaign: . ; .
J. I approve of the Cincinnati ?Con
vention, and will attend the same it r
, II. , I am opposed to President Grant's
renomination, on the ground ofnn old
principle with me, having wulerstood,
s early as 1837, in .a monarchical coun
try, that the ChicrMagistrateofa Na
tion oughtonly to be elected, for owe
SUrfte nnd Short term; 1 ' j iJ
ill. if, however, General Grant be
renominated, ahd ihave for competitor
a reactionist or a ConservalisHt), I shall
not sustain the latter.
IV. I shall give my hearty vote to
Gov. Odd well, and to all Republican
nnminAH for State, i county and Con
gressional if unctions, ac1u have clean
lands ana a wear, recuru, auu o
strongly oppose the "thieves" pretend
ing to belong to the Republican party,
my party, as I do cordially execrate the
Tammany Hall rogues. " ;
Hoping- that the next Congress will
enact the one term" amendment, and
also the "direct election" of the Chief
National Magistrate, I-reiterate here,
what I shouted less than one hour af
ter the surrender : . j . . , 1 7 .
"Tlniversfd Kuffrasre 1,. Fqual. -Rights
! to all!. ..General Amnesty 1", n . f
- TTT T'.t'mit'Y
For the" Carolina Era.
',. I,, Letter, frimVStatesvillc. t
Mr; Editor :My attention has been
called tathd article of an anonymous
scribbler in a. late number of Tlie Jial
eigh Sentinel who pretends to give a
faithful as well a lengthy sketch of the
proceedings of a meeting of ,the Repub
licans .jo Jrcdell, held in .the.Cqurt
House In States vill 'on the 13th inst.,
for the purpose of appointing delegates
th e 1? ennbl i ean
IU I t-JX t Liiii. --- , - r t, i
j State Convention ' recently held in Ral-
eiffh, ana to organize ior me iippim"-
Anrr -summer's eamnaim.' 'MNOtWltn-
standinir, the scribbler .says that "little
Tate, on being caiiea io uictcnuir, aner
a fruitless attempt to explain, left him
and his ' friends in total darkness as to
.the object of the meeting." t f.i
The article referred to. is not wanting
in flagrantly fwillful misrepresentations
and low-flu ngbersohalities ffornbegin
ning to end, well worthy the "author,
publisher and "party; with whom he af
filiates.' 'This, however,1 is the stoclrin
trade left'-tho--opposition,' and only
proves the straights to which they are
driven, "while claiming to represent the
iotelligence - and respectability of the
country. ..Comment 13 unnecessary
"Shoo fly.'-' V . 'i - - Republican, y
mStatesville, April 2, ia72? t. -ui
Xft T. ADAMS.
V r i
Manufacturer8 and; DeAlerstii 1
SAW ''XnT GRIST
'Ploirsl ITarfoicsl CuUhatorsr9J
and arl kind , -;. . ,f
; t vi J.li. i,, on1 iimintl' executed.
- fi..-- '. i ... 1 . J I I 1 ll J -'-1 . W
Wo.' . s i i' . J iV. AVJi
terms. -?- aa. . rtv
mAvXot12I-mSJoo pounds Sid Catrori'
roruwhrcatho hfghest market irice trtff b
naid. in cash or cxcrnmge ior w win..
iV'orhi'onc'rfqiifll'e- Weiit of V&m
"r"i . , - ' .
m J -! A xt . ri
In pursnaace of ' An' Act of tho tjeitferal
'Assembly, ratified the 23rd day of January,,
1872, I : hare caused to be" published th&
followirig'certlfled copy of A'n Act toaftor
tho' Constitntion of North Carolina,,,tn ay.
,7 ,i - l f rlirriWtf of the -Senate. 'r
January 24, 1872fe A .11 nj i ia .ft
AN ACT, to alter i the Constitution pf
-orth.CaxoUna. vl h
.Sec. X.. Tha General AssemDiy of Jsortn
rifno. Ha. oiiQft rthree-nfths of all tne
)n,miit fthrflfi-tittna oi an me i
members of each House concurring), ' '',
n1farl u frtllrmna" tn Wit lii X t i A Sil T 5J
ThJit -tMft i vmstituiion oi mis otaib- uc
t Amend section six, oi me urn arcie, ? uy
striking out the first clause thereof, down
o.irTMn'lnn'ino- thfl WOrd btltt'this be-
. i-i t
i-ii a w t a the State debt.' '
11 1 I.UV i-fcov - " CT , .
Amend section two oi u bwuuu- uimwo
i t.;iriti)ii nni irnrrT ..'annnallv and
inserting in Ueu thereof, the word "bienni
ally ;" .being" in Reference tof the sessions
of the lienerai Assemmy., - - - . "
T f. JIUIPUVI DrWUlWU ! W . . ' T ,
. VJnrr rvnt. oil that TirPCfiflfiS tne WOrOS.
4ti coiri Sonafo rlictrirta." and bv striting
rif iio niiraoa tai afnreaaid or1 in said sec-
tion ; the parts so sincicen ouiaavuigiDi'
. . r . . , A i : f
Aii a now swHnn tn tne secona axiiciw
to be styled "section 30," and to read as
follows : "The members of the General As-
sembly shall each receives three hundrea
during tneir renu, suwjrei. w n""- I
- j U.V A 'r.nnW 'rarmlo. I
tions in regard to time oi payment
h h t inn for non-attendance as may- pre-
scribed by law Dut.jtney iuajauo.iv
additional allowance when they arp called
tnrMthoi in-'snAlnJ session and "mileage
l v " . r .... a
n fo-r (fach session.
Sllilll U3 Ifc" v.... , -
Amend section one of the third article, by
etrikmg out the woras - xour yearan-
they occur nrst in sai.u , sty.iuj, uxiv uii
jUt in i?on thovwif th -words "two "rears.
bethg in reference to the terms if executive
Strike out the words Superintendent of
r. i-i;- - nr.t.j)H..li.nTni tti3-w ' rrfnr in
the Constitution, tlms abolishing that office.
a mnnH cootiATt ti t nf tlie third article, by
striking out the iword "annually.? and in
serting, in lieu thereof, the word "biennial
ly" so as to conform to the provision re
specting the sessions of the General Assem
bly. f ''f I - ,U T
Strike out sections two and three of the
fr.wii oi-fiio hwmr tho nrovisions which
1UU1V1X Cx i-.v v., 1 - . ,
refer to the apnolntment and dutidS'Of -the
Code Commissioners. -t
fnr nf thfi fourtli article, bo
that said section! shall, read as .follows j
"Tho iudicial power Of the State shall be
vested in a ' Court for the trial of Impeach
vested in a-oujTb iur mo uu -leen -Kiven to ineBecuinr'Wunu'i-o
ments, a Supreme Court, Superior. Courts, substituted, and the alterations shall be em
such inferior .Courts as may be established jpdi Snfi)td ;constitutIon?"ndAtho: $$tef-
i... i fnnrfa rf .Tn stmps of the Peace. '
U V 1 1 a clv vu r -
' 'h. eohtirtW Mitht nf tho 'fourth article.
iibvi ' . '
c i.nf c,n!rl coitiAn Khn.11 read as follows:
"The Supreme Courlshall consist pfaQhief
Justice ana two Associaie j ushwb , --
Tiot this shall riot a-onlv to the Justices
Muring their present term of office; ttnless
bv. death, resignauon, ,or oinBrnp, iuD
number of Associate, Justiccssiallp.re
j " " i "
- ttor Ktcrtcirt twelve of the fdttrtli article
Kn o.!l Minit.inn ' Sihrtl? 1-pAd AS follOWS
Cl . C11C - " . .
tirpi. ut.ta cliall Vin rlividpd intn nine iudi
cial districts, for each of wlueh a judge shall
DO cnoyeii ; uuu iu cuu uw.
riniw- oimii im hAld at .least twice in each
vwu v p- -u , .
iron- tn cnni nue ior ucu . uiiid in "
county respectively us- mar uo pidiuvu
wi4r , Tho flneral Assemblv shall .lay
" I- i - ,;vl
rt-cniri districts in . due time. so that the
said nine j uuges may , oo ciiuseu uu ucSui
thir official term at the first general eleo-
V-U ' ' .A, .
1 r niomhdrs nf t.h ftfineral Assemblv
which shall occur alter the ratihcauon oi
L i 1 1VF1 mi.Mwv.;". ' 1
this section." The General Assembly may
to take effect at the end of each judicial term.
r..si .x ihl.tc-n nf fho -finrth
.-svitT" T- l iii'i m;nh i i ii i i i i till nil j ayiu
article, which iixes tho present Judical districts.-..,,
,,:Jt,u -.;f- -'-" i- ' :
' . .1 . . . ! if nan ai hn fnnrfli n r-
VlllCIlU SUCUVU lum iv.-n v.i uu .vui.iv.
Ijia ii-..- "ctriL-lnfri rvnt all after the word
iii.iu ui u...ol - .
"office," and inserting, in hen of the part so
t tho fftllrtwina-: 'The General
ouiva.vu - cj - -
a ccximiiiv tiioll TVrfvwrihe a tironer svstem
of rotation " for the judges of the Superior
Courts, so that no judge may ride the same
district twice in succession, and-the judges
may also exchange districts with each othec,
as may be provided by law." , , V
Strike out section fifteen of the fourth ar
ticle, and insert in lieu thereof.'the s folio w
inn Th rionnrfil Assftmhlv shall Jiava no
power to. deprive tlie judicial department of
afrt if a t oiS-nrdinatA denartment :
hiiij - j x.
Knt tho fpTwrnl : Assftmblv fihall allot- and
distribute that portion oi this power ana ju-
i-i a. . a.: x
risrtiction.. WUicn aoes not peruuu tw : luu
Sn nrottl O fYmrt afnoner the other Courts
r.TRsribed in this Constittrtion or which
may be established bylaw, in such manner
naif mnv rlpm best, nrovide also a nroDer
system of appeals, and regulate by law
when necessary tne metnoas oi proceeding,
in the exercise of their ' powers', f all.-' the
courts below the Supreme; Court, so far as
tUc s-imA mav ho done without conflict with
other provisions of this constitution.". ;;r'
nineteen.'1 twentv-Iive and thirty-three of
rsiriKe out hkuliuiis biaiccii. bc cuhjcu.
the fourth article. j c?r,
Amend aectiotf- twenty -six- of tho fourth
nri.ip.lft bv strikinsr out all that part which
article by striking out all tliat part, which
Deginswun, ana lunows iub.huiu . uub. in
said sectioii."and .r in lieu Of the. part so
Stricken out! Inserting the following r
' "The Iudiclalr officers and tho ; clerks of
any courts' wincni may oe -.estaousnea ov
law, shall be, chxsen by the vote of disquali
fied electors, and for such term as may bo
71 VJ3illLV.V " " . .. .. . - " - 1
cinct, established, as is elsewhere provided
for in this constitution, shall elect, two jus
tices of the peace for, such term as may, be
fi-rpl hv law. whose iurisdiction shall extend
th ron irhout their respective counties." Thfe
General Assembly may provide for the elec
tion of, more than two j ustices of the peace
in thoso, precincts which contain cities or
towns, or in which other special reasons
render It expedient. The chief magistrates
of cities and incorpp rated towns shall, have
the Iudicial powers of justices of the peace."
. .A- tzaMinn thii-Hr of fhfl fniirth article
AillWU " -7 v
by striking out the word townships-'.' and
inserting, in lieu thereof, the. word ".pre
in thh last sentence of the same
Dtmtinn btrifrA Ant tho worda the commis-
'sioners'of the county nay appoint to--such
. - i x t j : ii
TninrtTr fVM th A 1 lITlO'T'Tiirfiiri
made as mav be prescribed by ldw. ' 1
1 Amend sections one and seven'of the fifth
oriu.io i.-tr etrikincontthe words "commis-'
sioners pf the several counties?,, where ,they i
occur in said sections, and in lieu tnereoi m
serting thewords, county - authorities' es
foVklicliorl nnd niTthoTlZfid DV laW.' . WJ't ? fits,
Strike out section lour 01 the nitnarticie,
rclatihglo taxation to pay the State fiebt and
: s 1-, t. i:i
interest. j . .
Amend section six the fifth article by
inserting after - the.'tword ,instrument" in
said section the words "or any .-other
sonal property." 1 , ' '
Insert thewora ana- peiore
xavjv w v -
" in cPftinTrraa.rkf the 7 th' article.
ana striKe out tne woras-- nu uvb cumuin
. . . . . i . 1 ? - : .
uinnan'.1 in sniri swtmtl rOlKO SdalO BaiaaeC
tion tiie foUowingi; tThe , general .ssepir
govcrniueui, ior uw
ctnn'Ji ii -rj ; tJL VI IKJ .-arl ui
-iiAmend section two of thefieSntn itrtlclej
by striking out the word commissioners
and - in lieu thereof inserting" the wordS
iunty authorities established ftnd author
ized lf law?" and in the same pection strike
out the"word.VHhe Regieter Of 'Deeds' shall
be ex officio clerk or the- board -of oommis
sionew.-- ?? i-t?tV2'Z
'"Strike ouseclUnlnree of the eveuttfnr;
ticl;abdlnieu thereof insert the follo-ihgj
The facounty authorities Established and
authorized by law shall see that the respec
tive counties are divided Ihtoa suitable nuni-ber-of
strb-diviskns,as convenient andeoin
pdctlttliape as. possibleitttd. ailarked oh
by, delinito boupdariewliicjijjnayvj bo - al
tered when necessary. Said sub-diyisions
shall bo known by thd f name of precincts:
They shall tiaVno eJrporate pcmer&IbA
towbahip governments are abolised Jhe
boundarie3 of the precincts shall be the same
as those which heretofore defined the fown-
HtTIKe OUt SeCQOnfi 10Ur,'llV, l,ic:il mm I
f Jr. I V
1 .. . i jf t '.s- 'A 2 .rl I
oQice lor th? unexpirea term, ,." iu jcu
thereof insert "an appointment torfill such
Term ' snail db
eleven of the seventh article, which relate to
the township aystemJ -f : icu
AmortA o.t;rn io-ht and nineof the 8CV
entharticle;iiyMrikins out the words " or
townships " wberetheyjxicur in said seq
tions. . . . .ci;. :' ..; -
Strike oftt settion'three of the ninth arti
de; and in lieu thereof Uert theollowin
Th0 General "Assembly shall niake suita
ble provision hy law- for the management
and regidatidwoftheTmbKc schools, and for
periecting tne system oi pnunc iusixiiu-
&n-U --.il 1 -fv;.4t- ft -ti V n f--a--KTi
d , Strike out section lives jof t the - ninth arti-
jcle, ancyi h,eu tnereoi, inseri. uie louoyruig ;
" The General Assemoiysnau nave pow er
t ' r Af 'HVi-itif ooo at
to' provide, for.-the, election ofustees of
Q University of North Carolina, in wHoui,
W lieu uuacuj bucu fcv . y r x
le&es. tiffhta. franchises and ' endowments
i. ,.cAn ,ioii a c-Mtori : o i thn nrivi-
kAMfAfmi In nvwisflJtyrflntpd tri Vfr COB
ferred nppn, tne isoara oi j-Twstws
.Uniy.ersity; andthe General Assembly
Wkixt matp. snrh nrnvisions. laws and. resc-
. " m i i e - a - 1
iiladofisjfrom time to.time, as may bo'hec-
And management of said University." i
-4s truce out sec Liana mirujuu, auui emu.
..n f4lia ninth o-rtSo1a ifla1nrlfT ."fcrtt ilie
"University of North Carolina, Amend, sec
tion ten. oJ,tne eievenuiaruci - ny struiius
out the words the cnarge 6f the State,"
and in lien thereof, insert the words.4iby the
State j jaftd those-ho doiot oWfi 1 property
dverand above the homestead and personal
property exemption prescribed by this Con
stitution, or being minors; : whose .parente
ame shall be cared for at the charge of the
state, S". ""j . X
itxtfeif section seven of therfouiteenth- ar-
An. not nwn nronertv over an or aoove iue
. . . . i. 1 11 Mvr
ioliO wa : v-jxof person -wno suau nou i
omce or .place ot-tmstior. pront unuwiuB
TTniWl Stefps. or anv department thereof.
or under, this state, or nnaer any. ouier
gtato or government; shall hold or exercise
wfv.Vflfiw r,v viho rf trust or nrofit
-nn7ikt tho nnt.Khrlrv -f thfs State.'or be ell
JiAU. AiU.rb.rih;a Vfnta'.nl. 0 1 1
gible to a seat ra either nonse oi tne ueuerai
. . . . . ..ii i
Assembly i tfrovuaeafi xnai rosaiDg uei cm
fnntainedshallt extend to officers in the
militia, Justicesof the Peace, Commission
ers of Public ..Charities, or commissioners
for Special .rorposes.
i- A t? rf-'-ftnother-SBettotrtO theoTnWtlttrfrP-
tini t ha Rt.vlfid "section 8." and to read
as follows :-" County officers Justicesiof
the pace. 'and f .other, officers! ttvhgse offices
alteration oi the consutution, snaii euuiume
to exercise their functions until , any pro
visions necessary to be madefy law in or
der to'cive full effect to the. alterations, so
. . . , A - 1 1 1 A.Z
far as relates to sam ouicorssuan uiivo uw
Tjn-Tinmion th sso.rtt.inns in lhose- articles
... .41 A v. w
from' which any sectionJias heen stricken
without the insertion .of another in its
stead; jand give to'any new section that
numWtihipJi hfvthis method would have
"Ratified the 19tl
Li day of January,
STATE OF NORTH OAROLINi.
Office of Secretary of Staters;
i Raleioh. Jan. 2M. 1872.
T. llenrv J.Mennineer. Secretary, of State,
hereby.'certify that the foregoing is a-true
cotvv of 'the onmnac net on nie in mis wmw.
jan. worn. tseGY&ary .otutc ,
. " a . CIA a .
.ni w i m i n rrtnn ' n orm u ,aro ii na
. . . . . .. . a l SN It
VI II I I I I w . -. - - .
.J-".! J-s.TT 4 ' J ' .T j . It&i '.- -
'T TTTTTJ 'A fT? " ft TWT 15 ATT V
j, & WAWJCi Ai W-U i.ww w
finRWtiT IT. COWAN. 'President "
JOHNW. ATKINSON, . Vice President.
F. U. -CAM JiKWJN i ,f &ecreiary.
DR. KA. ANRJ3RSON,.Medical Direc'r
i"l nt BIRgCTORSi -tAytf l
t w A tVinsnn Oeneralllnsurance Aeent
j I B Granger, President -of the Bank, of
New Hanover, -f,4.;:.--. jj
F W dverchner, (jrrocer ana commission
Merchant. ' ' ' '''.'.: '
n Af StPdmant of Wrisrht and Slednian. '
'? T IiaicKoy. of W A Whitehead & Co.,
K II Cowan, President. . .. . , . -rf
J.-A A Willard, of Wlllard Brthera. i
"VV A Pitminincr of "Nnrthron ifc Cumminsr.
W -Williams, of Williams & Murchison.
ii Murray, of E Murray fe Co.
A. J xexvosseic, Ji iexvoooii vu. -
'Robert Heiming, of Dawson, Teel & Hen
jAlex L.SDrunt: British Vice-Consul. of
Spruntjand Ilinson." " ,
i P Mdrphv, Attornev at iiaw.
J D jWililams of : 5 D i Williams fc Co.,
Jas G. McRae, Attly at Law, Favetteville.
..j1 . -iite ? itsV ; : : - t
'I'" ' "" .' . . ,
Itfr' f ? ' ?f4i r
t i..;. fill
r 1 't
5 an' M- k,t'F "
f Jstr No restriction on Residence orTravel.
',,t 2. No extra charge on. the lives of Females.
3. f Policies Ipcontestaoie aiter rave, x ears.
",;4."TheRates of Interest on the Funds of
tho-Company8 higher than - those on the
ij unds el companies ioeateu m ouicr oiawa,
thus insuxfng larger pividends-rto,JIPolicy
Holder. . . ' '.,"'.' , ' ' . ' ,
5.The Directors and Officers or the i;om-
S any- are prominent jNUXtxn UAitutii'
riANS, who are KNOWN to be men of
INTKtiKiTY ana YUlVXXi.
R rnK Pnmnonir la ooffllll 5;ll Cul CiTt R. KOl lfl
w. .liv? vviuauj . .w. x.. f.
and " permanent basis, steps-havirig,J been
taken tO increase the? n"? fttwiv
7l'AiL' TH ij F
0 the coir-
-o awv a tj TT" TTV-eWKT'TT. TTf TTTTH STATE
AND CIRCUIiATED: AMONG OUR OWN
J? EOPIJ!J. vThia.fact should commend the
Company, above all others, to oxorin Caro
linians. I It Js well kripwn that hundreds of
thousands of dollars ittf :Lffe Premiums are
ann ually-i sent North tor nnch ivortnern
Canitalists. thus continually draining our
npnnlfi of immense amounts which should
1 be kept at homo, on this ground tne irienus
of this Company confidently appeal td every
1 ' 1 - . . 1 iL..:..n
son 01 toe via xu-j -oww,'
npppr fbithis ,fi .T . r-i .h, f
-l ..... , :.f , . ... .
"t1 Viioi.xstittjtjon; s .
whichrwhftg lbrrers' substantially-all "the
advantages 01 siNortnern - uofflpauT uctpo
to bnildfup HOME INSTITUTIONS.
1 fiwrrc -wr A VT I.-Ti in pvprv mnntv in
nsfaterlth'whoift tiie niost liberal terms
1 iKut iJi JAMES D. BROOKS. ;w w
.fiiGeneral Supervising Agent?-
- fc r I mm m. m. m
OrlIiU. OL. 11.!, , ,
- Iiocal Agent;41
" -" " " 1 "" Raleigh, N. C.
apr 24 w6m
Uew iYoxkOSce; 27 BIimiAir.BT.a
fi f - i'.tf
! . ; Ait'i' f ' -' : 1
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, T
1 V, DEPABTME5TJ
. . UmH ?dttei$t April 2r 1S72.
.i . iiKiJaliAil for the in
formation of the holders ot bonds of the
Ctota nf "Mftrth f!af olina. . - - - .-' : 1
ml. .4 :vn0rl tn omnliance with tne
teomrenor beby invite pro- U
posals, to be forwarded to
on or before the aoth day of October 187-,
f0l an exchange of the stocks of ttja State m
anv Railroad comjy, or Qdierrpor,
posals must be sealed and endorsed 1 ro
It is deemed unnecessary to set. forthtae
'deta&iof exchange;as the fcHsexpWtory
of itself. r D. A JENKINS,
- - - . v. " ' ,r ' . ,
;siifWT - ? p t . i ' Attorney enenu.
i v. ii nTfor- RxehcCnaiTLa the JStocks- of the
estate for Bon4 with tchicfi sucn muc.a
invr nhtninpd and for other purposes. ;
f Sec. 1 2 The General Assembly of North
-Carolina do enact : That tne ruuuc'
i. a 4--nrAo- nonnral shall advertise
or six months hi snch newspapers as they
may select, ana invite prujju. r
uu. oic Vw tha State in
'sihy K'ailcftad or 'other' borporatlon, for .the
bonds' brvhich 'the State acquired 1 such
stocks ? or any othebbnds of tUe btotemoi
special ta) where the stocK is not i specjaixy
Xr? rp,i or the redemption of bonds issued ;
,ta such cprporatiouj sucn uiu.
1 - - , 1,- ckoll Ho
be accepted which may be most adyantage
'AiTf for thfl State : Provided. That in no event
'shall anv of the said stocks be exchanged
x- l , t,nWK-Air -nil- traliiA flT IOr iBSS Iiia.Il
lUr lt3 uiau iuvii l"- " 1 . ,
.:j rv.fiiam . "Rniltmad 'Tanuarv ,1st.
4863 ; and provided furtherfso stocK.m ixio
Ill iUU V UCVliC.. ; "I . . - .
jsorth Carolina itaiiroau sivtu ue ca,
. !- 4Ua ntvn nffai- it is nrnnnsfid to
n.Anhr ir: stofk in the "T OK 11
Carolina Railroad, tenhares m the Atlantic
and North Carolina jitanroau, Tiuunweuy
sliares in the. Western. North Carolina. Bad-
.1 -r, 1,'octai'n Tii vision. i and to
ruiua iiiiuciiaj v .v. . . . - -- ' . i i
pay thereior two oonas oi uue muuim
lars each of the State.' issucu ,
to tho North
.ill UJlHtl iulliuai v . . . . - - . '
banter Ightv-two, -.or 1854-'oT), chancer
1 , v,,,,.. tho Atlantic nnd North' Car
-DoiimoT .nnHflranta 1S54- 55. .-ehanter
.UI I L1C 1UU11VUUI v"- ,
two .uunarea, ana . tniny-uvu,r w,w ;i
ljs(i. chapter seYemjluUi i"'-4 V. J , r
t -7i - Afhna ftimisniifl' onllars. is-
,,i.iia Woot fm "TCorth Carolina Kail
3)UCU W IUO ' ' "7 .- " . . ,oi .CT
luan i.w.-''- . . . . . .
o hnhrlrfifl nnd - SLX Or 111 tn6
UlKXjJfel. VffclVf " w '
Af.i.Acial i-kir.T.r.rtlnn ? - ( : t,
Sec..2. That any Railroad .. or. t other cor-
bonds of tho State'in exchange for Iwnds: of
State bonds, shall be entitled to a surrender
v.rti-i f crwh rtnrnoratlon. unon the re-
anv State bond of
xjqual amount, issued tmder the acts of. the
Convention, authorizing such exchange,
and upon a, return of all bonds 'Issued un
der any particular act orordinahce, thecor
1,11 ho ntlid tniYi cancellatioii
f ' a-v rc 1 n kV'ini 1 1 12 v ' 1 1 m v
uuiauvii . -
and surrender of any mortgage execnte&to
the fjtate ior securing y y mcim i -v
UUritUUU UUUUJ3, u., uo y - x ', : I t
said bonds may be exchanged in like man
ner and cut off and retained on either side "li.tK
to make equality. k. . :",
qri foilitnt.fi the e-rehanereorooosed
in this act, the State does hereby relinquish
. ' 1 1 J 1 ITT T i. Tl oil HA a I
alt claim tor stocK in tne esierii;.iaiiruwi
oWo.na miiiinn nnn. hundred thousand
ailQ yiw um., i' . 1 - .
dollars, and surrenders to. the. said Company
two hundred ana tweniy-nve muusauu uw -u
innnnrAa tinw in ! Rtat Treasurv with-
heldon a former exchange - of 1 Compahy
bonds ior slock, in saiu. iwuuuau , . hia amu
tv. fitofa (fnoa harehv rplinnnish all claims
tn efrwt in said comOanvabove six hundred
thnivsand dollars uDon the return to the
Treasury of the five hundred tnousana aoit
lars of Wilmington, Charlotte and Rather
ford company bonds, 'and 'coupons -hereto-
lord company Donas, uuu uuupuua uracw
onui fi eairl "Wflatrn,i Railroad com
IUI D li3(3UO. v.' uu '
pariy ; Provided, That, any person acquiring
a, sharo of State stock . In said corporation,
shall be entitled to all rights and privileges
,.ritiiJtiia'ririv.atAKtockliolders in votiner. and
tt 4 v-v f T r -. ' w
111 Lilt? vAc-tivjiJ. vyx unwfw
ber shall bo determined by the stockholders
0 on niaim trk stoM in the Western Korth
Carolina; Railroad ibove , four ' milhops of
i(Tlt!8S Koon'as.t ie oronortioh of
rcfnMr fnr hir.h the State aDDOintS
one qirecLurm any vuipiwh, w Cah6-
CU. KUU 0 " -w - X V 7 -
cJin ppjisA nnd determine, ana one
director to 1 be selected by lot shall be de-
11 L4.LL7U livxw fv mvu-w r'i.
part "of the State; and upon t acceptance of
v.yH f--wYt tnn nn m npr nnntiiiiiMi fin i,im
this act oy any corporation auu auvu guar
antees given for its fulfillment as Small be
deemed sufficient by 'the Treasurer and
a i-trmnpr& opneral. all further riehtS to rep-
rountatjnn hv the State either br-directors
ivvwmv i7 V '
' -At r, s nn W ntaimi nn . .
ble, tlie Public Treasurer 4 shall receive the
bonds ouerea m exenange, aiiu m pres
ence Of the Auditor and Attorney General,
oVioii Knpal thA fume ' Tt shall also be his
dutv to transfer the stocks and execute such
,. , . J 1 - i. 1AAV.A!
conveyapces 01 tne otuer iumatbsu mu-viuuv-f-o
men tinned as shall-be deemed necessa-
rv. j such conveyance , to be in a foi m ap-
uiwv cu ui, ;v rvv.j rr-. . , , ,
Sec. 6. fit Shan oe tne auty 01 me auuiwi;
td-make a minute Of what shall be done by
the xreasurer in iiiv preuiesc, mm w uirU
therefrom such entries in the books of his
nifliu .a mair;ef(nrA,fl illfit anCOlintabilitV"
1 uuivw w 17 ' "
- ! on the part of tho,Tfeasurer because of the
l i transaction hereinbefore, mentioned. . ,
SSeC. 7, : xno raoiic -ireasuier.Bumi io.ivu
special'reports -upon the subject of this act
to the General Assembly at every session, i
. Sec: 8. That this act shallbe in force from
and after Its tification. ; .h r j " !
Ratified the 1st day of February, A. D.,
1S72.. , , . . .
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I. j l't.iu;4th Oollection pistrict N. C, r i
V- !qi -.-hq 'til Kalei&b, April 5th, 1872.
. Jfbtice ds hereby given,-as required by
Section Mf the act of June, 50th, 1864, . as
subsequently , amepded, . that : between .the
hours of 10 "A. M. and 4 P. M., on the 24th,
25th and 26th days of April, 1872, at my of
fice in.the city of ; Raleigh N. C, ' appeals
will-be received arid detei'mlneM relative to
anv erroneous of excessive valuations,' as-
sessmentst)ienumerations by the Assessor
9r Assi8tant Assessor3( returned inthe Ant
i )( appxjals as aforesaid, , must be made
m wviiipg, and must specify tiie. ."particular
cause, inter or thing respecting, which a
decision is requested; and must tooreovcr,
state the gronnM orprincipleof errOr com
plaiued of. ir. ru-. - f.wtn on '4ki'x
tmik KAiif EfWII-UEIiONESr?t4
44 w6U - Assessor 4th District .N,. 9a
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SOMETHING VALTJAB pE U-WorihlQ
r to.'." any.,lamily. , Costs.., only. -50, cents;
description. 'Address W. J. EdwardsBox
5,'Ralelgh,'-N0k 1 46w2m;i
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DR. CROOK'S WINE Or TA - .
v r --s- - i : Hhouia De uiKcn ior
- diseases of the 84
1 Urinary Organs.
DR. CROOK'S WINKOF TAR
j h . ShouJa De taKcn ior a i
Throat and Lung Ailments.
,DR. CROOKS WlNg .OFl'AR; ;
v . v Ji 7 fuv jienovaies unu ; '
Invigorates ine cnureaa-iu.
tmi nTrrYrr.ci XVTOT5 DF TAR'
1 ' 7 f' - . .
lJV. Viwvvii. . ii . , , ,
Should pe Kept m .every nouse,
- n I- - and itslife-giving
Tonic propertjesMtried nil.
ri Restores, the Appetite unu
.... DtltllfiWivjim niv. uiv."i
!.' v nAnivcr Complaint.
DR. CROOK'S VINEf OF TAR "f "
i. ' "CiaKeS UeilOUe r umnn v,
; ' wlio are never feeling well,
Strong and Healthy.
it-;- - r-rij:.ViU--
nnmTr,q WTNE OF TAR
Jf'i . mnnv nersOns
.j, - lias restored many, persoi i
? f who nave oeen ti ; ui
ui i i i unable; to work for years.
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tit " rnnnwWTOrl OF TAft :
lii. vy.vw. " ' t
iv ft .Possesses Vegetable ;ingreqien
i C.which makes it tno. :
best Tonie in tho market.
Ui-kT? "mniTf'S WINE Or .TAU. ti J
ft . i in thousanas oi case.-
t - . -
,4itxH ju j uj . uThrpatiaua.JjungH.
Dli, CROOK'S WINK OF TAR
i ' f Cures all unronic ijoupns,
iti r. ; : ( i and Cougha and Uold.4,
.. -' . j - rabro effectually than any
n i i t i -iu other remedy.
1 i .
iDR. QBOOK'S WINE OF TAlVr,... t
M ..'-Causes-. tho food tb digest, removing
tiii Dyspepsia ana inuigeauoij.- .
DR. CROQK'S.WINE OF TAR .
lias cured caes or consumption
1 ! , . ; v ! rr t i iiby. physicians.
- (t f: 'rs 11 ' " t: rrriT
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR i: f
. f f 11.. ...
-ft ah recovering irom any iinu-ss
n.51 1 hn will find this theiti-r '
rn i'RnnTCAVINE OF TART ,
Removes pain in -Breast, Side or Back.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR"l ; . V '
,. v , is an eiieciive
regulator of thdjLiyer.
IX. XVVJVJV ii" V' l j.4.-i . 4
tf'hrtidi.hwfnlrpn tn 'strengthen and
(IIv n . -i --i hiiild im vouKftVstem.
Ur. ciiobk's wine op!tar " v
t " a t f ,:"MftKes juencate -j? emaiw,
ifiK? i HWhofare nevor foelihg well,
-.lp a.Strong and Healthy.
R; CROOK'S WINE OF TAR f Vj
' and braces up the System, , ,
DR. URUUIV.'fc VYJiM- .;xivxv,i .
jg the very remedy, for .the Weak
,'.V. and Debilitated.. ' i,4, V
jAVill cure your Dyspepsia; , or
f j f
nu nTirioTr wTTr"R OF TAR u
A-JV. VltVJ iii. v.- . '
i 'io' vfh;f;ai strength, , i
TIT? flROOK'S WINE OF TAR i
. : QUrA f 6 Iron if VAiir KtriTYlflch
r, : ir 4l 13 OUl Ol.Orar.i
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB v !
a A A . 1
t, Bnouitt oe cajcen 11 you 1
- weak or debilitated.! j :!; i:as
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAJt 1. 1 !
; ,. t lianas curea 'so many cases 01
y. . t ,"r ,.?' .Asthma ana lironcnitis
that it has been pronounced a specific
5, vi';i- j ior. inese coujpiaiui.i.
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' Compound Syrup of
rm. crook's compound
SYRUP OF POKE ItOOT.
- Cures Rheumatism and
ains in Liml, litew, & .
R. CROOK,JS COMPOUND .ii V
Vt SYRUP OF POKE ROOT.
,t t ' Ky jjemQves pimples, Ulotch'cs,
; r3 i ; "-''Sfid beautifies the Complexion.
DR. CROOK'S COMPOUND V.:'J t ,
.-.,. ! !i SYRUP. OF EOKII ROOT,
-j iii Qnros all diseases
; . 4 j depending on a defrayed col ditlon
' . ; i - i , ! f" . ?.of (no blood.
I)VL CROOK'S COMPOUND
2 . . ' SYRUP OF P
SYRUP OF POKR ROOT.
Cures anr Disease or
- - Eruption on thaSkin.' '
Dili CROOK'S COMPO.UND , rT't "1 .
i u-m u SYRUP OF POICE ROOT,
i . , : ,f ,. 'Cures long stahding
DR. CltbOK'S COMPOUND ' ' 'iJ 1
v.v t s j , i. SYRUP OF POKE ;ROOT.
; , :t : t d "i ru 4 .wi Is the active medicinal
ti.i v y-i w!quality of Pokd Root i
"ttti-Hji t . ;.r - -combined with the
best pfeparatiopof Iron.
dIcrook'compound "7 : 1 -.
l - , , . syrup of poke root.
' . . Bnilds npX)nstitUtionM
't; iZ 1 . t' . . , brok.cn ll6wn from j
Mineral or Mercurial Ppjsons
r . : 1 rr-T 7
1 1. viivywi wv-kA.xx w .
syrup otf poae Root
o. : . should be taken1 brail
. requiring a remedy
iiiiu wta Wi to make puro blood.
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ASA k. AU v. w m.v. v r. ' . , 1 .
-, ; , i ' i m ' - S YRITP. OF. P0KI1 JtOOT.
- ; , Is the bkst Alterative
t ' 'j 'or Blood Pnrificrniad.
TR.; CRddk'S COMPOUND1 " - HM
; . : y j - 5 t SYRUP OF'POKE TtbOT.
A 'Cure old Soos, Boils oar Uloos.
mc cr66ks' compound - f'.
- SYRUP OF POKE ItOOT.
: 1?- . s i euros Scald Head,
.JjVrfl.;.i Salt OtheunW Tetter.
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DR. CROOK'S COMPOUND IT A ,J
..m b SYRUP OFPOKE ROOT
; 1 'Cure3 Scrofula,.'
f 1 Scrofulous Diseases of tho. Eyes
;rror,ScofulaiA any form.
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tt njnnv him ti 11 1 m 11 t . . ,
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