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CHARLOTTE, N. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1871.
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WILLIAM J. YATES, Editor and Proprietor.
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Terms Three Dollars per annum in advance.
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Advertisements will be inserted at reasonable
rates, or in accordance with contract. 1
Obituary notices of over five lines in length will
be charged for at advertising rates.
Robert Gibbon, M D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUJUiKON".
Oflice over Smith & Hammond's Drug Store
Ri-sidence on College Street.
J an 24, 1871.
J. P. McCombs, EI. D.,
OlfTs lii.s professional services to the citizens of.
li.irlotte and surrounding country. All calls, both
ni.'Ut and day, promptly attcmltnl to.
Ollice in Browns building, up htair.-j, opposite the
Cli irlctte Hotel.
DR. W. II. HOFFMAN,
c u a u l o T t i: , N . c . ,
Is prepared to attend prouiplly to all calls relating
to his profession.
Teeth extracted without pain hy the use of Nitrous
Jid (Jas. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ollice at. residence, next door to Dewey's Bank.
March i. 1H71.
I)K. M. A. BLAND, Dkxtist,
(Sueeessor to A i.kxan'dki! ct Bland.)
All work guaranteed. Te th extracted without
pain hy "Xitnms Oxide Oas."
OHice in Brick Building, opposite the Charlotte
Felt (i. 1ST1.
SMITH & HAMMOND
Have in Store a Full Stock of Drugs, Medicines,
kt:, which they . ar! offering at very low prices,
wholesale and retail.
t'ountry Merchants and others visiting Charlotte
will do well to call and j;et quotations.
Aug. 2!, 1K70.
Dr. JOHN H. McADEN,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
CIIAIiLOlTK, X. C,
lias on hand a large and well selected stock of PURE
DKU(iS, Chemicals, Patent. Medicines, Family
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
Fancy and Toilet Articles, which he is determined
to sell at the very lowest prices.
Ian 1, 1ST1.
DR. S. E . BRATTON,
Physician and Surgeon,
Tenders his Professional cervices to the citizens of
Charlotte and vicinity. j
Ollice next to Charlotte Hot' 1. Residence oppo- t
site to J. II. Wilson's Law Ollice.
Fc!) i:j. 1871. Cm
WILSON & BLACK,
Wholesale and li l;iil
'rn r Trade nuf Cufeye, Vx., ( 'Imrhitfe.
We now have one of the largest and most com
plete Stocks of
Drugs, Medicines, &c,
(And everything pertaining to the Drug Business.)
to be found in this market, which we arc offering at
very low prices.
1 o Physicians and Country Merchants we offer
special inducements. All orders promptly filled.
. CILAULOTTK, X. C.
This well-known House having been newly fur
nished and refitted in everv department, is now open
for the accommodation of the
IT "3?" n!hi itit-aj i tho I nw.f iin tvi v -i 1 i1t T i Ti .
Jan 24. 1870.
II. C ECCLES. j
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BURWELL & DoWOLFE,
.1 TTORXEYS A T LA If,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ollice in the Court House, next to the Sheriffs
Office. " Jan 2. 1871 v
LXroLXTfX, X. C.
MTlii well known establishment is still open
and in successful operation for the accommo
dation of the public. The Proprietor guaran
tees satisfaction to all w ho may give him a call.
Transportation furnished to i hi surrounding coun
try on reasonable terms.
B. S. JOHNSON.
Jan !. !S71 6m . Proprietor.
JOHN T. BUTLER,
Watch and Clock Maker,
AND DKA I.Kit IN
JEWELRY, FINE WATCHES CLOCKS,
Watch Materials, Spectacles. Arc.
Aug lii, 181)7. CHARLOTTE. N. C.
Preserve Your Eyes.
These Lenses, manufactured by the Philadelphia
Optical Institute, are superior to anv other Glasses
n the market. They confer a brilliancy and dis
tinctness of vision not found in any other Glass.
They can be used equally well without tiring or
fatiguing the eve.
For sale only at JOHN T. BUTLER'S
Jewelry Store, Main Street, sole agent in Charlotte,
X. C, and vicinity.
Feb 21, 1870.
SADDLE AND HARNESS
The subscriber has opened his manufactory on
Trade Street, opposite the New Market. House, where
lie will be p,.:lM.,i t( s(,(. h;iS ()la (.U;.tuln(TS ami ai
others thai may v;lllt oUuds in his line of business.
March 13, 1871 v s. M. HOWELL.
D. SNYDER & SON, j
Dealers. Manufacturers and Impair rs of all kinds of !
Guns, Rille.s. Pistols, Door Locks, Trunk Locks and 1
Keys of all sizes. - i
The best of Guns, Rifles, AiC., constantly for gale
or procured to order at prices row down 1
Go to the new Jobbing Shop to g t vour Arms I
jvuu suj k-poriing iwoous, or uuve your old work
made a good as new.
Shop iu Parks' Building near the Public Square
Aug 22, 1870. W. E. SNYDER.
Carolina Agricultural Works,
CHARLOTTE, X. C.
COOK & ELLYSOX, Proprietors.
Our Shops are now at the Old Xavv Yard and at
the lute Foundrv of J. M. Howie.
W e are mamdHeUmmr and sellin-r all sort-: of;
l annmg buple inents mid nivinc i-areful attention 1
to kepainng m our line of every de-M ription. - ... j
Tehi:?. is;i. ( OOK & ixtYSOX-l
The Gospel of Marriage. Th Ttm- I
Dr. Deems of the Xew York "Church of
i the Strangers" delivered a lecture to lU !
! people the other evening in- the course of!
which he said he come to preach the ' gosp
ot -Marriage, lie believed iu it, and that
i people were happier in the marriage, rela
i tion than when unmarried ; and if anv ner-
son in nis cnurcn passed the aije ot thirtv
without beinjr married, unless srood
were given, ft would be a question for the i
advisory council to consider. ExcJiaifte,
Retail Dealer ix
Says that he manufactures better CAJSJDY tua.n4i.ny
brought from the Northern markets, and it will
If you don't believe it call and try it.
SKINNER has also on hand a good assortment
of everything usually found in a first class house,
CAXJJV of his oxen moni'fxcture,
French Candies, Gold Medal Cigars,
Jellies, Nuts, Lord Byron Cigars,
Brandy Peaches, Good Cigars,
Sugar, Coffee, Black and Green Tea's, Cheese, Snuff
of ail kinds, Matches, Chewing and Smoking -Tobacco,
Pipes (Mer&chauni and other grades), Swla,
Spice, (iinger, Pepper, Canned Oyshrs, Lobsters,
IVaciiesand Pine Apples; Yiolins,"Guitars, Banjos,
Aceordeons, Harmon ionis and other musican instru
ments. If you don't see Avhat you want ask for it, and
you will be apt to get it.
If vou want Cakes, etc., for vour wedding supper
or a party, go to ('HAS. SKINNEll'S.
24 Trvon Street, (Parks' huilding,)
Feb 27, 1871. Charlotte, N. C.
In good order, for
April -i. 1H71.
ale at half price.
Apply at the
CASH or CREDIT.
We will sell THE GENUINE PACIFIC GUANO
to our Farmers this season at SIXTY DOLLARS
per ton Cash or SEVENTY DOLLARS per ton,
payable November loth WITHOUT INTEREST,
note and good security required.
This Fertilizer has been well tried by Farmers in
tins section and is generally pronounced
Equal to the Best, Inferior to none.
Farmers wishing to pay for their Fertilizers in
Cotton to he delivered in the Fall, can be accom
modated. Remember that we offer a premium of ONE
THOUSAND POUNDS of GENUINE PACIFIC
GUANO to the farmer who makes the greatest
amount of Cotton on an acre from the use of Pacific
Guano. BURROUGHS & SPRINGS.
Genuine Rock port Lime,
Fresh Rosen dale Cement,
Land Planter and
Stun rla il Fo r t i 1 i :r.f ra ,
For sale hv BURROUGHS
March 0, 1S71.
Groceries and Confectioneries.
AVe beg leave to call the attention of the generous !
public to the fact that we are in receipt of, and are
daily receiving a full line of the following goods,
viz: Groceries, Candies, Confectioneries, Tobacco,
Snuff and Cigars, Toys, Musical Instruments, ivc,
which we an- prepared to scil as low as any other
hoi.s;.' in the City, wholesale or retail. Give us a
call. 2 doors West of Breni, Brown & Co., near the
Court House, on Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C.
A. R. N1SBET & BRO.
100 Sacks Rio Cotl'ee, 50 Barrels A, C and extra C
Sugars; Hyson and Black Teas; New Orleans, Dima
rara and Common Molasses; 40 Tubs Pure and Leaf
Lard; M boxes Adamantine Candles; 100 boxes No.
1 Herrings; .Mackerel in barrels, half barrels, quarter
barrels and kits; Soda in barrels and boxes; Early
Rose ami Goodrich Potatoes in barrels; Spice. Pep
per, Ginger, Nutmegs and Clovos, Buckets, Pails,
Tubs, Brooms and Baskets, Shoe Brushes and Black
ing, Powde r and Shot; Washing, Toilet and the
celebrated Tar healing Soaps.
A. li. NTSBET & BRO.
Candies and Confectioneries.
Assorted St ick Candies, various colors and flavors;
Prize Candies, ShooFiy, Maidens Blush, Cash Bank
and Specie Bank; 100 Boxes Layer Raisins, in
whole, halves and quarter boxes ; Soda. S;:gar and
Lemon Crackers; Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, Fil tints and
Almonds; Toys of all kin '.is, Violins and other
Musical Instruments. -
Tobacco, Snuif and Cigars of all the various
brands at prices to suit customers.
All of the above goods were bought at the lowest
possible figures, expressly for the jobbing trade, and
will be sold cheap.
Merchants ami others are specially invited to call
and see us ln-fore buying.
A.' R. NISBET & BRO.,
Feb IfJ, 1871.' Trade Stree t, Charlotte, N. C.
Great Discovery in
j OIL! OIL!!
The undersigned, a practical manufacturer, ha;
; for the past 12 years been experimenting with and 1
: conq.oundingLUBIUCATING OIL. He Las lately :
made a new and important discovery in the laws ;
; governing fatty substances, such as OILS, whereby !
j tile gummy matter can be detached from the Oil i
and precipitated to the bottom, leaving a perfectly j
; pure Oil tit for LUBRICATING PURPOSES. lie ;
i iias appheu tins uiscoverv to uiis niTonneu Tor
; machinery, and produced an OIL WARRANTED
i not to heat or gum, and as durable as the best of
! Soerm. The best indues cannot tell it from nnre
! Sperm e ither by taste or smell. I
I Wurrauteel to give satisfaction or returned at my j
Re f er to L. C. Jones, President Fayettx-vi'Jc Sr Cold
i Fie lds Railroad, Fayetteville, N. C. ; Jno. Shaw, j
President Beaver Creek' Manufacturing Company,
I Fayetteville, N. C. ; Ced. J. W. Leak, President Great j
Falls Manufacturing Company, Rockingham, N. C. j
Send for a sample of the Artificial Sperm, and it
j will b. sent forwaret five ef e-ost. j
HENRY G. HALL,
Feb 13,1871-. 3m Fayetteville, N. C. i
1871. GARDEN. SEED 1871.
Landreth's Warranted Garden Seed!
: A larcre and fresh supply of thee ceh-brated Seed
hive jut been re'fe-ived fcum "Phil;t Jedphia. Also,
I Iovit and O reliant (-rra--. - - ..
Oall and supply yourself with Cntalosrur. j
KI.LGOliK tX: t lKfJft)A,
J m 1(5, 1S71. - ' Spriniss' Cerncr.
J. Y. BRYCE & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
VIIAULOTTK, X. V.
Particular attentiou paid to the tllinix of all kind?
of Produce, Outton and Tobaeeo.
Highest cash price paid for Ce)tton.
t-All order, from a d stance promptly ait-ncled
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March 5, I860. W. H. RRTCE.'"
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ace.y inv imnnns more gauingtun
f1,a excrd. by boUFand.rmg pay
persons have, the moral
it. Under its terrible induence hundreds of
good men have, iu different ages and in dif
ferent countries, given votes and done, acts
; which thev tirmiv believed would tend to
L xurp f not rmn, of their country.
t lnler the iirfv lnsh in tliu Komti
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and unscrupulous leadersperhaps
should say drivers many members of legis
lative bodies have been forced to vote for
measures and acts after having made - argu
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inents to prove that thev were
unwise and untimely." In fear of its dread
scourge, Senatois have stood dumb .whaQ
called upon to give expression- to -vtews
which it was well know they honestly en
tertained, in anticipation of its descent up
on their shoulders, or through fear that a
manly and independent course might en
danger their prospects of political advance
ment, Senatois and Kepresentatives have
been known to explain away or deny what
almost every body knew was true iu regard
to declarations made by them in an unguard
ed moment, when they spoke honestly. It
is but seldom that we see In en exhibit the
sublime moral heroism which patriotism de
mands on such occasions. There have been
a few instances in American history where
such moral heroism has been conspicuously
exhibited by a few choice and noble spirits,
but they are not very numerous. And
these instances of noble manhood are be
coming more and more rare every year, and
soon it is to be feared, they will
from our annals
In the above there is much truth for re
flection. Without meaning to boast, we
think we can truly say that all our readers
will testify to the fact that we defy party
leaders and the party lash. We have always
done as we pleased, but in doing so we have
often incurred the displeasure of party slaves,
all of whom we know can't hurt us when the
people approve our course.' But whether
the people like our course or .not we intend
to publish the Democrat to suit auroicn ideas.
9Q POUNDS WESTERN DRY SALT
2,000 Pounds Country Bacon,
Fresh arrival of Charleston Grits,
For sale bv R. M. MILLER & SON'S.
See for Yourself
Mil ( SELLS THE CHEAPEST.
We have a large and well selected stock of Staple
and Fancy Dili' GOODS, consisting of Poplin
Robes, Silks, Grenadenes, Morehairs, Percails,
Piquets of all colors; Lawns, Muslins and all the
Of the season. BARRINGER & WOLFE.
Ladies' Goat's Hair Shawls,
Silk Shawls, something new and nice; Ladies' Skirts,
tucked and striped, at
BARRINGER & WOLFE'S.
Hosiery, Gloves and Notions,
In great variety.
Come see for 3'ourself. We prefer others to blow
our horn than to blow ourselves. . -
BARRINGER & WOLFE.
PARASOLS AND FANS
That are worthy the attention of Ladies.
Gentlemen's Goods lor Pants, Coats, Vests, &c,
of all grades, from an 18 cent Cottoaade up to a $12
Cloth, at BARRINGER & WOLFE'S.
If vein will give us a call we will shenv you our
Goods. We aro not afraid ef competition.
April 3, 1871. BARRINGER & WOLFE.
CHESAPEAKE GUANO, reputation already es
tablished in this section and toe) well known' to re
qnire anv cnmnient. ''
MEKRYMON'S AMMONIATED iSUPER
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, thoroughly tested by
well known fanners anel satisfaction given.
A full supply of the above on hand and for sale by
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
March 20, .1871.
DALLAS M. RIGLER,
No. 5 Granite Renv, Charlotte, N. C,
Next eloor to Meachain's Boot & Shee Store,)
Has in Store a large assortment of the following
Candies, Raisins, Jellies, Pickles,'
Crackers of all kind. Cakes,
Figs, Dates and Fruits of all sorts, t
Tedaece, Snuff and Scgars. itc,
Te) which he invite s the attention of all who wish
to buy anything in that line.
He is prepared to furnish weddings or parties
wilu Cakes at short notice.
Oct. 81, 1870. D. 31. RIGLER.
Garden Seeds! Garden Seeds!!
Just received at
SCARIVS DRUG STORE
A large and carefully selected Slock
Especially including those varieties suitable to the
FebfS, 1871. " r. SCARR.
ice Hedged to .$5 0 per 'im, Cesh,
or foo on Time, with 7 per cent interest.' -
Vpproved by Planters irenerallv, and (after analysis)
bv Prof. W.'C. IvERR, "State Geologist.
A Full . Supply on Hand.
For Pamphlets: containing full particulars and re-
commendations of nv.nu reus Planters. ajply to .
DidiOSSLTT i CO., State Ai?cnts.
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Or to the follow in Ixical AgentFt'-i
SANDERS, OATES & CO. Charlotte, '.N.C.
A. P. Rizzell, Laurinburg.
Yj. R, Lix.es, Lllesville;
.-' f 'n
! T. I). Wi-xcHESTKii, Monroe.
! Foster, Holmes S Co., S;diabuiy;?
R. J. Beli. & Co., High Point. i
4 Leak, Spencek Co., Reickingh.-mt.
' LeK-al Agents wmed in W
Applv t tne rotate Ageut llunngion, U. ir..
! Feb i7, 11. 3m
THE FEE ACT.
An Act in relation to lees of County Offi
cers and the Siqrrenie Court Cla-k.
Section 1. The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact, That the County Com
missioners Of their respective countfes shall
receive such j.er diem, not exceeding two
dollars, as a majority t)f any Board may fix
! Sec. 2. County Treasurers shall receive as
! a compensation in full of all services reouired
tn.em by lawi sucn a Ptr centum, not ex-
feeding two and a half, on amount of receipts j
and disbursements, as the County Commis
sioners or a majority of them may deeai ade
quate and proper.
Sec. 3. County Surveyors, chain carriers,
entry takers, rangers, commissioners of affi
davits, processioners and standard keepers,
shall receive the fees respectively prescribed
for them in chapter one hundred and two of
the Revised Code, and no others.
Fees of Sheriffs.
Sec. 4. 1. Executing summons or any
other writ or notice, by simply delivering a
copy to the party or his attorney, sixty cents.
2. Arrest of a defendant in civil action
and taking bail, including attendance to
justify, and all services conuecteel therewith,
3. Arrest of a person indicted, including
all serv ices connected with the taking and
justification of bail, one dollar.
4. Imprisonment of any person in a civil
or criminal action, thirty cents; and release
from prison, thirty cents.
5. Executing subpoena on a witness, thirty
6. Conveying a prisoner to jail to another
county, ten cents per mile.
7. For prisoners' guard, if any necessary,
and approved by County Commissioners,
going and returning per mile, for each, five
8. Expense of guard and all other expen
ses of conveying prisoner to jail, or from one
jail to another, for any purpose, or to any
place of punishment, whatever sum may be
allowed bv the Count v Commissioners of
the county in which the indictment was is
sued, on the affidavit of the officer in charge.
9. Feeding prisoners in county jail per
day, to be fixed by the Commissioners of
10. Providing prisoners in county jail with
suitable beds, bed-clothing, other clothing
and fuel, and keeping the prison and grounds
cleanly, whatever sum shall be allowed by
the commissioners of the county.
1 1. Collecting line and costs from con
vict, two anel a half per cent on the amount
12. Collecting executions for money in
civil actions, two and a half per cent on the
13. Advertising a sale of property under
execution, at each public place required, fif
14. Seizing specific property under order
of a court, or executiug any other order of
a court or judge, not specifically provided !
lor, to be allowed by the judge.
15. Taking anv bond, including furnish
ing the blanks, fifty cents.
16. The actual expense of keeping all pro
perty seized under process or order of court,
to be allowed by court on the affidavit of
the officer in charge.
17. A capital execution, ten dollars, and
actual expenses of burying the body.
IS. Summoning a grand or petit jury, for
each man summoned, thirty cents, and ten
cents for each person summoned on a special
19. For serving any writ or other process
with the aid of the county, the usual fee of
one elillar, and the expense necessarily in
curreel thereby, to be adjudgeel by the Coun
ty Commissioners, and taxed as other costs.
20. All just fees paid to any printer for
any adveitisemeuts required by law to be
printed by the bherift.
21. Bringing up a prisoner upon habeas
corpus, to testily or answer to any court or
before any judge, one dollar, and all actual
and necessary expenses for . such services,
and ten cents per mile by the route most
usually travelled, and all expenses for any
guard actually employed and necessary.
22. f or
md for performing all 'duties in
homesteads anel personal property
siiininoiiiiur iiiiil niiJi i n irur snv i
exemptions, er either, two dollars, to be in
elueleel in the bill of "e)sfs. i
23. For lev vine? attachment, one dollar.
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terest in land sold under execution, one dol-
lar, to be paid by the purchaser.
a Srvico of n writ, mtmpnt nnp
27. Vor everv execution, either in civil or
criminal cases, fifty cents.
j-te or onsraoies.
Sec. 5. L Executing a summons, or any
r writ or notice simply by delivermg a
' copy to the party or lus attorney , forty cents,
j . iiiun ui o. uviiiiviaiin u . inn (-iiv,
1 O S f 'nlAii.-lAiit 1 n n 1 .w.tiiln
24. For attendance to qualify jurors to j uu "y iieunug or uvmui i ei , aim ucm -
lav off dower, of cominissie.ners" te lavoffinng copies filed to the parties to whom
v Jar's allowance, one dollar; and for atten- I addresse.l, ten cents.
dance to qualify commissioners for any other j L Entering order enlarging time lor
purpose, seventy-live cents. j pleading, twenty-five cents.
25. Executing a deeel for land or any in- Entering judgment and veirfict, fifty
I uu l.tKllJL; I'Jkii, iijv muni" .munanvi: iv
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, "ll i . . . j
j li. Executing subpeena on a witness, fittecu j
j cents. ; - ' . ' . . ;
j 4. Collecting executions for money in civil :
; acl;ons nvo ..nd a lalf-Tier Ctnt ou the!
i actions, two
rsummomd. fifteiui ctnts.
i ' 0. Advertisim' a sale of property under
IH'aii execution, at each public place required,
' .1 . 4 4
ten cents. ' .
7. And fur all otlr services, same a are
now allowed Sheriffs
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i i ust if v, anei ail services conuecteel therewith, ; s. Taking an affidavit to witness orju-i-
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Sec. 6. 1. Jnrors to the Superior Courts, j
per day, what shall be allowed by the Conn-1
ty Commissioners of the county, not exceed
ing one dollar and fifty cents. "
2. Per mile of travel, going to and return
ing from court, not exceeding five cents, to
le fixed by the County Commissioners, and
such ferriage and tolls as they may have to
3. The same pay shall be allowed to special
jurors when sworn to serve during the day.
but no tolls, ferriage or mileage.
Clerk of the Supreme Court.
Sec. 7. The salary and fees of the Clerk of
the Supreme Court shall be as provided in
section twenty-five, chapter one hundred
andwxrof the -vsed Codev ,ti J
llejisters of Deeds.
Sec. 8. 1. The Registers of Deeds shall be
allowed, while and when acting as Clerk to
the Board of Commissioners, such per dier.i
as their several boards may respectively al
low, not exceeding two dollars.
2. Registering any deed or other writing
authorized to be . registered or recorded by
them, with certificate of probate or acknowl
edgment and private examination of a mar
ried woman, containing not more than three
copy sheets, eighty cents; and for every
additional copy sheet, ten cents.
3. For a copy of any reconi or any paper
in their offices, like fees as for registering
4. For issuing each notice required by the
County Commissioners, including supcenas
for witnesses, fifteen cents.
5. Recording each order of Commissioners,
if over one" copy sheet, for ever one over,
6. JVIakingout origmal tax list, two cents
for each name thereon ; for each name on
each copy required to be made, two cents.
7. Issuing marriage license, one dollar.
Justices of the Peace.
Sec. 9. 1. Justices shall receive no fees
whatever, except the following.: for attach
ment, twenty cents.
2. Transcript of judgment, ten cents.
3. Summons, twenty cents : if more than
one in the same case, for each additional,
4. Subpoena, for each witness, ten cents.
5. Trial of an issue and judgment, forty
'6. Taking an affidavit, bond or under
taking, ten cents.
7. For jury trial and entering verdict,
8. Execution, twenty cents.
9. Renewal of execution, five cents.
10. Return to an appeal, thirty cents.
11. Oreier of arrest in civil action, twenty
12. Warrant for arrest in criminal cases,
or in bastardy, thirty cents.
13. Warrant of commitment, twenty cents.
14. Commission to take depositions, fifteen
15. Taking depositions on order or com
mission, per copy sheet, ten cents.
10. .Making necessary certificate and re
turn to same, thirty-five cents.
17. Each Justice of the Peace who is a
member of the board of township trustees,
shall receive one dollar per diem for each
day's attendance upon the meetings of the
Fees of Coroners.
Sec. 10. 1. Fees of Coroners shall be the
same as are or may be allowed Sheriffs in
similar cases. ;
2. For holding an inquest over a dead
body, live dollars; if necessarily engaged
more thau one day, for each additional day,
3. For burying a pauper over whom an
inquest has been held, all necessary and
actual expenses, to be approved by the
county commissioners, and paid by the
4. It shall be the duty of every coroner,
where he or any juryman snail deem it ne
cessary to the better investigation of the
cause or manner of death, to summon a pity-
sician or surgeon, who shall be pan! lor his
j attendance and services ten dollars, and
such further sum as the commissioners of the
county may deem reasonable.
Superior Court Clerics,
Snf 11. 1. For pvevr original writ of
i summons, or other original leading process,
1. .wl .- n.lyili:, 1 .,11...,...
UIJU U"JMi , auei iuj .iuu.it iuu.li injaiHC iur
j any names inserted, and for every duplicate j
I thereof; twenty-five cents. !
'i. liecoreting a return oi a snerm or otner
ministerial officer, ten cents.
! Receiving, tiling anel noting on the
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' ce"ts- .
j Jagment on any question
i to be decideel by him. il there be
1 1 ,
ot the i
i to the iudge, imdueling statement
j -'s on the apjeal froiii Jiis decision to
iiii !f o rii,l f.l -t..ktf-Lk.Lvii.,. f.w,ii.t s.f iLii.
uv AUU it ( 1 I 1 ltlCipi hvi?-
1 .t t Ill 1 it It 1 wl III .f ll t III t 1 1 !1 t toriif V
f .1 .
tlw. rv wiio-
7. Tntuscript of record for a iud
..sue of law joined on the plea.l.n
knenvledging receipt of dtci3i-
i lllilf'o 111. I Hi it it rmrr c.'Ai-Ti illTjirilfV tlll-fllt
j" 'ot "0 . j
7 v m..
ror s ticKet, or any other amdavit, ten cents, j
9. Transcript of. case and record fur su- j
prerae court, two aoiiars. . ;
ll. Transcrijt ot judgment, twenty-five
1 1, failing transcript, post paid, fifteen j
. . . . . i
i Docketing any iudirment on execu-;
) tion dm-ket, twentv-fire cents. . I
13. Affixing seal of court when necessary,
. " , .
, ten cents. . -
i 14. dint e ring .on. record anv: order, or
i - " " -
judgment of a judge on a matter which hi
. . .' " -J. e , , . . . 1 ."l
j has jurisdiction to decide oat of terpiyif not
more than one copy Bheet. fifteen cerits f:it
more than one copy sheets for ierrtr' 6he
over the first, ten cents. ... ''.
15. Issuring subpeena for witnesses, for;
each name, fitteen centa. ,. - ;. t Lti
16. Copy of any record or othr writings
in his office, per copy sheet, ten cents.
17. Probate or acknowledgment 0 4f?t
or a writing of any sort authorized, tq"b.s
proved, and taking private examination o
a married woman with a certificate thereof
twenty-five cents, - " '.'
IS. For ordering the registration of. anj
deed or other written instrument which lias,
been proved in any other county, twenty
five eems. ..' , t. ,
19. Probate of a -mil in- common ; fortn'
with & certificate-and issuing letters testi-'
mentary, seventy-five cents. . ; . 4
20. Recording will or returns of execu
tors, administrators, guardians or trustee'
required to make returns, ten cents per copy
sheet. 4 -
21. Grant of letters of administration
any sort, and taking bond of administratory
including justification of sureties, seventy
five cents. ' ... j
22. Every notice required to be issued
clerks, ten cents. a
23. Grant of guardianship, including tak-
ing bond and justification of securities, fift
24. Apprenticing infant, including inden
ture, seventy-five cents. -;i
25. Entering caveat on contested j5'wili
twenty cents. 1
20. Recording articles of agreement , of
proposed corporation, two dollars. ;
27. Issuing commission of any sort, seven
ty-five cents. .
2S. Entering return to commission, and
order for registration of deed, ten cents. - -
29. Auditing account of executor, admin
istrator, guardian, or other trustee required
to return accounts, fifty cents, if not over i
three hundred dollars; eighty cents if ovetj
three hundred and not over one thousand,
dollars ; if over one thousand dollars, one'
dollar. . , :
30. Continuance of a cause, thirty cents.'
31. Execution, thirty-five cents. ' ...". .T'
32. Issuing capias, one dollar. "... -.t
33. Taking a recognizance,-ten cents. :.
34. Entering judgment against a default-1
ing juror or witness on a bail bond or recpg
uizance, twenty-five cents. , , . -
35. Justification of bail bond or recogni
zance, tweety-five cents. i
30. Indictment, thirty-five cents. j
37. Auditing final settlement of . execd-j
tor, administrator, guardian and other, trust
tee required to return accountsone-fourtb-
of one per cent of the amount on which com!
missions are allowed to such trustee, if not "
over one thousand dollars ; an amount over"
one thousand dollars and not over five, thou
sand dejllars, one-sixth of one per cent; an
amount overlive thousand dollars, one-tenth
of one per cent ; but in no instance to exV
ceed fifteen dollars.
Fees of Attorneys. . " .
Sec. 12. 1. In all cases in the Supreme
Court, fifteen dollars. '
2. In all cases in the Superior J Cour
where the title to land comes in 'question
ten dollars. . . ... , -j lud
3. In other cases in the Superior CotrrtIra
including petitions, and in all cases PPl
tion in special proceedings in the Superior
and Probate Courts, tour aoiiara. ,
Witnesses. ' '
Sec. 13. The fees of witnesses, whether at
tending at a term of the Superior Coixrt'or3
before the clerk or a referee, be onHolUg
per day. They shall also receive mileage,,,
to be fixed by the county commissioner 5f
tneir respective counties, ai a raie not w e
ceed five cents per mile for every . ttfile
cessarily traveled from their res'peetiTe
homes in going to and returning from the"
place of examination by the ofdinarjf ttwftf .
anel ferriage anl told paid in going "siJe.
turning. I f a 1 1 e ad i u g . o u t of their co uuiiejy;
they shall receive one dollar per day
live cents per mile going and returning by
the ordinary route, and toll and ferriage
penses, Provided, that witnesses before-
magistrates' courts shall receive fifty cents
I per day in civil cases; Provided further?
that exoerts when compelled to attend and ;
! testify, shall be allowed such compensatic-tf"
j and mileage as the court may in its dhScrfr
t li ill frdr. .. l-rrl'
I t . .
Sec. 14. Sections
and four of
! 1" - II
i twenty-nine, laws oi eignieeu uuuureu anu
sixty-tight and sixty-nine, are hereby r&w.
acted. . i. . . -- " v ! ,i,i
s,eCf 15 lineage to Uottnty-umcers wim- t
( n tijejr rfcpectiv couuties, is hereby abol-
ihetL - . : . - , U
Sec. 16. Chapters one, two, three, (bur,' "
fi (,j fc t otHtUrX
, H,,d title twelve of the Coda of
... . .-
j Civil 'Procedure, and chapters two, sefeW,5
eight, nine and ten and section one of ctrap-
eleven of chapter two hundred .Vn, J
i A LJ-AJT-J..,.
f -tort ii'tn Innra irvhron
hundred and 4
1 . A
vt t.l rw-. t'i!Vij!ii mrtA ltlMt
1 - . . . ' . - . . ... -m : "f .?1t
: eiirni ana one nuii'ircei uu bii 1 -vikm.
I of eighteen hundred and sixty-nma..iMU
i sevei.lv, and all laws and part of laws is -. .
OIIHH'I WHO, IT IIIj; " -"", --" 4,
1 .1....,,. ....k,.w1.im in tl.Iii it l nd htt sim-'
, hereby rercal.
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be in fore froxB:
Ratifiexrihe'frsf . ncc. 17.. 1 his act inaii
and after its ratiticatKn.
day of 3Iarch, l&lV. '
A Cotemporary, who h eTMent!y"leetJT
stuelying the almanac T' profoundly,, telht tts,1
that' there w ill be a full ntxn iint.the jirst,,
week of each of the first f seven months of :
. i ..! U . :iltKK -r.
tne present year. 7wThiw
moons, viz: on the 2d and 3Itt;andt
toe remaining iive raoutns inemoon wiuw
I 4 .1... ft.ll ika Inst nuulr mrh mftTlth-
j uit um m m v
Ana it wiy ic wm prooaoiy oc ninj
! before it will happen again.