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the bonds were Issued in accordance
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tlllviK law i uwi. i m nuv
d then be with the unrcnaaer, ana
ngroc-i wiiii .Mr. ceyijour, nu m-
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! . , . . I I'll.' . SIlU nil ill . I'll W Kith
v inrtiuliuff all lax fur SIMW-itll Dlirti"-
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and r: (pari a rum no a sinking fund tn i.
oied to tlc unviucot -(' (lie i'nl !u debt, atiU
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r rai-ii.H J inula lor suppr in,; inrti-u.ii "r in-
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'lie I .mtllutu!l. rrnviiliil limner, tl.nl l!i
iii.l- lot Hi.- renin -imnrv. :.i me ii.ti"
A -iyi,ihiii shall not In- included wiiltjit toe
. in' iiiiiiv' T th.-c : ."luti'i'i-.'1
711". i t- i oltcri'l ine iuiiimiiii ll' n wiwhiiiiw
- r tin resolutions and amendment. '
lo-Milved. tile Senate co n Hiring j'liii her.-
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in tli. I (institution il tin ;:ilc liijiji" u.c rijiui
i1 n ilii.ii tin' M;tte turn iiiiuv mii(,i'-i- i mi
l.itusl tit the i-um nf frti-j unh on well SlOtl of i
.r .riv nf every kind in lhe State; ihorefure
ilu- iiki rtiri'1 iiihI scan-hing ecotmiuy i neve-,
it evcrv (le'viriuiciil hi tt.e .-iaio m.-iu-i
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meet l lie current cji ii'innus oi tne
special election, to be ordered and held in the
name manner a special election to fill vacan
cies in the House of Representative.
4. That the delegate hereby directed to -be
Choecii "hall assemble in l onvetiUou at tlic cp-
pente incurred, ainee tlie constitution went into
effect; 2d. Amount of requisitions from each
coiintv ; 3d. Amount of stationery furnished
member of the Legislature ani eliief olHcera of
State; 4lh. Actual price pant for -I itioucry ;
Senators for each Road.
str. Jones, of Wake, morad that the whole
auhiect h referred to a special joint coiuntiUce,
and that thev be Instructed to report a lull-
Mr. RtKpnM in. .vnl to mm ml by atriking out
itol at KaJeuth. on the necond Motidav of S. i- ' olb. An rtinmle of the nruliable ainouut m- ' 8iwrial Joint and inwrt raUM and that the
tetubol ; and their ipileijrc and Jim, 1 anry in meet the annual oxji.n c- of the State in be inatructud to rtiMirt next Thun.il.iy
the coiniiennaliim nf ofEiera, and otiier expeiisin
of laid O.nveuliofc.diall lie jpaid u k mar pn
vi.le, out of any ni.ui. yH iu tfle Treaanrj' not olli-
Jil lit to
r.i-v.lvi J, That il h the opinion f Mie (.ni
. . ,l .. H.liK- that no nan nf the toni'liliitioli-
,llv coiilnuU'l 'lei: r.flt.is Mtle,
' erwwe iiipniinati'n.
i Thai the I'onitilntlon. w rOtuditutionnl
i aineiKliiirntii adopted br anid ('invention almll
I not luLe elleet until ratified by a majority of nil
! tlu male cititciw of North Carolina, twenty-one
I yeara of no vntin iiMn the (UCtioii 6f ratitiea
lioii or reiui'lion. at mi elei lion lo Ik' In bl lor
thai rnirpot- it mrt titne -r i.i iv be lix. d by I
aid L-iiivcntion, wlneh lime hall be not Unn
.jbaii four Lionth' aficr iid Convention idiall
i hae.' adjnurnrd line efiV; and Rn!d Cirtivnition
s!i ill ink. meaur.'H llit a general piildbution of
iibe proj'o-ed nii-iiiuiii ii, or iiHintitiiiional
! aiiieiiiliu. uls ul b ii-l three iiiontha prior to the ;
1 d.iv.of uch eht'lloii.
ti. Thai tlif fcrcnl majority of our people hav I
: i (vT, f ir in any yv.ir- paC f.ivrrl the policy of
. exeiopliiiR a honiexte.i.l in lamb, ami a liberal '
amount of personal property, fr'.m exoctitionfnr
debt, the ..nv.-nlioii lurein provuled lor i-lial!
have no oower to repeal or io nnv manner
Htrirl or curtail exilimr law ami conatii
linviii.iim "c, iirim; Kiirb exemplion
7. That thi arl hIihII take elleet from the date
of its ratification.
Mr. (.i.illnwar inovwl tlmt il be referred to the
reeard to Htationerv ; and Oth. The name ami
renidepce of the eonlmeior, if any, to furniah the
Kute wiib atationery.
Mr. Mabme moved a auaiiention of the rule.,
for the purpoae of puitiug the revolution on ila
piiniace, Agreed t...
The reaolutioii Waa then adopted.
At 1 dCloek (he Houw in re-pert to the mem
Mr. Ciraliam oalfed for (be iircriou quaation
which waa kwt.
Yea, 18 nara 22.
Mr. lb-Hpa' motion to n-fer waa loat.
A. if. (Inllowav, colored, moved to lay the
riHoliitiiui and Hiiiwtitute on the table, which
lean mi-hkix lleanlev, iteiiainv, nurna, mytii
orv of the late Kx-Uowernnr Worth, a. Ijournetl ! Coljrrove, Cook, Cherry, Kiherid;e, tlalloWny,
until Motiuay morning 1'.' clock.
MiMiilay, Nov. -JJ. lMi.
net pursuant to adjouriiuient.
UK MARKS 01
KAT0R KQBBIN3 OF ROWAN,
Concerning this Leyisltturc holding over,
deliuered in the Senate on Friday Nov.
The nueatlon beiug upon the Reaolaiion j
M Mr. Swee( to rwler the inhjeet M the Su
preme Court, and the aubatitute of Mr. Wil -MM
declaring the terui en. Is in Auguat 1470.
Mr. Robbioa Mid t .
Thia ia m tniMit imortant matter, M
Preaidant, for the people of the Ktnte arc
watelilug to aeo what deeibiou we ahall make
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i , i t iu. ,n Mu.Ki in tv mi ,i j.1,.1,1,,1 iitt i mii un iiiur
eoli.reii, joiich, u' Miiumiiiia, jonea, ei Hra, "';" '
Iaaalter, Martimiale, Moore, of Carteret, Moore I they are looking u with deep indignation
of YaiKw, Rvkimum, Shofliier, Hmith and tile-' that auch ft queatioii ahoold ever have been
e. :m, titU
Nav. iiiiwrf. Runic, r all, Hivintn, Bror-
den, luvi, Kppe, colored, I'orkner, Graham,
1 June of iee!vb nbiirn, LimNay, Love, Maaon,
Melchor, Minpliy, iiubBifc, txtitt, White and
Wil.i.i. I!) V
Tin bill intruditeed by Mr. lbpaaa waa -then j
tak. n up. (Thia bijl providca tint the oflkwra
of ihu aever.il mioLi ahuil make full n'porta f i
their Iran-R'lioiiH ipiaiterly,) paaaed iu aeoond
In million ..I vir. l..i--iter the nib' Were ana
of ibis Slate, culler Utorc
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iiie. i iv :'-. v.- j eoiiimittee on Iieeut.Hruetioii
lr ol nil rv.uc.
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lt-nlvcd, That eliould there he a aemcienoy
in the aura of money raiel by taxation neceaaa
. v in meet the interi.fl on the Inimla of thia State
,i. r. .I.f.iil.l U- eiveii to the bomie which
were in cx
, n! (Viiintitntion.
R,.vniur inoviil that the matter uml. r
nmidcralion be made the auecial order on Mon-
'dav at 11 J o'clock. Aroed to.
The reaolutiona ixitroduced. by Mr. Seymour
"agitMwt any furthor ihcreaae of the Stato debt,"
were nlo made a apecial order at the aame hour.
Mr. I'ou'a reaolutkm oomseming the removal
of laditical disabilities, oic., wxs taken up.
fly cow ent, the author was allowed to make a
Mr. Malone offered to amend the resolution
by addling the word "and that our Senators and
Jiepu.-H.-nU-Vtes be fiirtiier bvtructed to reeal
all laya ii.r in existence requiring a teat oath
Mr. Malone aupKrted hio amendment by some
Mr. Siuel&ir ingved that its further conaider
4 ion be postponed until Tuenday next at 12
u'clock. Asreeil to.
The bill waa taken up to "compel the return
.f ii-rtnin bmida into the Treasury,-' authorired
fo he issued ilurinj; loat siaion, for the ivmsiriuk
tion of the Wilmington, Charlotte and Kuther
tord Railroad, the Weateni N'. C. Railroad, in
'luiliqg the pjaatem and Weatern Diviaion of
flai.l Voad, and the Weatern Kailroad,
Mr. lsh oljercd tq the first aection a pro-
.viiso, . :hat the bonda ho returned by the lreaa
urer oh all be retained in the Treasury of the
(Mate an a security lor Uie prosecution of the
Kohd to which thev were aiproiriated : and
provided further, tint whenever the bond of
(he Mate shall command a pnoe in the markets
of the world which approximates the amount on
their face, ther ahall be subject to the order of
pie noaru or inreciopi who control aaid oads.
Mt. 1 ..wning moved the indefinite postpone
ment of Uie bill.
Mr: Argo replied. To i.,eiioitulv postpone
would prevent any further action on the subject
during the present sea-inn.
Mc Downing aaid if the bill were to be post
poned till Tuesday week, he would withdraw his
There being no objection to this proposition,
the bill waa aecrdingly so postponed.
Mr. Meudenh&jJ's resolution ttxing the per
diem of members and suliordinate officers at $5,
and .rUdLm ofliecrw &8, wu taken up.
Mr. Proctor moved to lay the resolution on
TH ye mm y-
bt 1 , v a vote of 42 to 09.
Mr. Vet oRerrvt a suhstitnte to the effect that
f he saiariea of all State and county otUeers be
reduced to one half their preaeitt rates.
Mr. VIodgin offered an amendment that the
sum lor mileage be fixed at 10 cents on toe most
Mr. Harris of Wake, mayed tha) the subject
postponed lor two weeks. . Carried.
The ilutiic adjourned.
fiATVBDAY, Nor. 20, 1SC9.
The fc'-nato met pursuant to adjournment.
Mr. Welker asked that the rules be stiscnd
ed. in order to allow him to introduce a bill of a
public character, as follows;
A mil to amend tne several raiiroari cnariers
Mr. Robhins moved that it be referred to a
special ooinmittee of lire, staling that it was no
parti.an bill, and that it would not a licet the
nomcHlcad and would not disturb the suffrage
ratenee-M (he 4mui of the adoption of Mr,lftm , h,,.,,,,,;,
as Reconstruction, and lie believed the question
open to discussion.
Mr. Robhins said lie wished the biil to la1 re
ferred to a committee of which he himself ,aa
Mr. I :. email moved that it be indefinitely port
ioned. On the motion to postonc indefinitely,
Messrs. Beeman, lltirns, Blvtlic, '.lavis, lly
man, Jones f Wake, Lassitcr, Manindale,
Moore, of Yancy, Stephen, Smith, Welker imd
White voted in the anirmalivc JS.
Messrs. Bames, Heal, Rellamv, Rrogdcn, Cook
Eppea, Korkner, (ialloway, Graham, H i e-.
Harrington, Jones, of Columbus, Jones, of Meck
lenburg, Lindsay, Long, Mason, Melcher, Me
Lauhlin, Richardson, Robhins, Shoffner, Win
stead and Wilson in the negative -X
Mr. 8hon"ner moved that il lv relerreil tv
special committee of five.
The npqtiop prevailetj.
The i n.iniitiic aj.poin'. d Were Messrs. Rob-bii.-,
Welker, Joncn of Wake, Lasniturand Mur
phv. !Ir. Rums asked leave to introduce a bill re
quiring Judges of the Superior Court to open
court on Monday of each term.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
Mr. Robhins a bill entitled an act in rela
tion to the payment of officers fees.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
Mr. Welker offered a resolution concerning
tha investigation yf certain rail roads and moved
that the resolution be made the special order of
l nursdav next. i. nrned
JIOTK'K OP llll.lv).
I, of a bill In . milled to repeal
1 nf the CodeVt Ivil I'mccdure.
j Mr. l.nve Of a lull br ihu redemption of rial
Mr. Shoffnet of a bill in reference to the l;i -tiis.
of .l.idec of the Suprcuiii Court.
lUfi ried to tKe Cnoiniin.x' od Jiidieinry,
Aiso of i lull In regard Iu (he dujy of the
( VmIc ( 'niuiuissi.lll.
Mr. Ilnaxdeii of n bill lo repeal Kection II of
an act in reganl to th" I iving oti the Homestead
.I'l l I. 1-1,11. M VMI l'l H.l.llUO, liltlll'll lllV ! ' I,,... ,.f , U.....l..ru I
, C f , -, " ' Sllli III I I. SI .1 . 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I l' ' .11 III...- .-...rt.'!."
, ,th day of April I m. I. I .nfer with the Superintendent of I'ublic Works
Mr Renfrou of a bill, requiring magistrates , ,() llivrl.lin .n(1 rt w,nt information he has
I and clerks of towush.ps to give bonik ) K(t!rmce u, ,lt, management of the various
i Mr. Roliouis, resolution in relation to per mam t finltri mr A.I. .U..I.
i and mileage, was read the scsvml lime. ) Oion ,,, s. nkte adjourned until to-uior-
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..r. iinni.wii, uiinni iiif iiifiuiimw .nun p,- tt ill o l IlK'k
ieui vf 'be bill, which prevailed, yeas 22, nays j
ilr. Galloway offered a aubatitute legalizing
the per diem anil mileage paid by the State !
Treasurer to the former Ixgialative Assembly i
and leaving the per diem and mileage at the j
and not master, and that the jM.pulsr aases
are not their vassal, ami underlings. And
if .my Rump Parliament" here shall pre
inns upon the contrary, I am much mista
ken if the sovereign people do not tench
them a very effectual lesson. The popleof
North Carolina will doubtWaa proceed to
leet a General Ass.-nbh noil August, in
pursii.inr.- nf the const tntjon ; whoever
shall attempt to filth from them thia plaiu
right, will erpetnite the crime, and dare the
doom, of aeditioniafj. oaurpere ami auaspi
i at. .rb againat tha public weal. ;
19 KW AfiVJMTISEMbNTS.
mooted. It ia well known that when we
were elected, the people dtemcd us elect
ed fr two y.-.irs oiilv and (lint we
shoohl now set up claim for a term of four
years, uwakenaa universal feeliug nfsurpriae.
disgust, and anger, iu the popular miud.
The people w ill regard theiiiselvva as the j
victims of an unworthy and dishonest political '
trick, if this iir.-posi. -roils and
rlaim is adhered to aud acted upon by this
i. ! Aseeinbly. They will feel, arid I think jus ly
pcn.h d iu order lo 11U4.W him In introduce his 1 feel, that thev have heen deprived 01 a puuu
hill from the C.kIc, ptad on the Calendar. I constitutional right by a hasj and selfish
Mr. Mariind ile iutriioleed a resolution pri0-j atrataarenx on ihe part of those who shall
inaiutain our right to hold over after next
Km we arc (old thnt this is
In this City, at I he Kcgislera mice; on tne
22nd instant, bv Obadlah W(xl"on, I'JM Mr. j
William l. Cpright to Mrs. Mary Ann Ovur- J
cash, both of AlWeil Township in this Couuty, I
In Franklin Township in Rowan C.Mintv, oil .
(he 26th instant, by Ubadiah Woodson, Esq.,
Mr. Ueorgv Coou to Miss Mary Swisher.
In RunAomb county, on the 24th nit.. Mr
T F Williams of GUmore county, Ga and
Mrs K J Roberta.
V .L.O.I. I.... M. 1 I t . .1 .... ..f t..
otttrsgHoua 1 ne s M.-..
UOHCII QUSBlTl uu .'I'-s ,,t . k vfi.i v..
On the 9th inst, at Harrisburg. Pennsyl
vania, Win BSiegrist. (Repreaentaiive from
Wilkes couuty, N. C.) and Mis Kate 11.
11. in m. hi of Lebanon co, l'a.
In V d.oii irt.i'i. on lbf I lib Inst. Cant.
question of i jmuea 1 Metts and Misa Cornelia Frothing-
Something New and Very DesiruUe.
Kea Box Is ftllwel with a asw and assorted flavor
r I candy, end avery (mix will give you BfB
raisa. Hold and Stlvei Watches Watch
trains. I. ailics" aa4Ueata' Hrrast 11ns,
Sleeve Hull ins, Htuds. Ksr Kings,
Charms. na., Ac.
TUEV liKTAI AT 25 CENTS,
mski rAcrraap dv
GEORGE MILLER & SON,
010 Market Mtruet, 1'hihuU Iphla, i'eun.
And sold by Canlc -tiutiers sad hturukeepers sr.
The doin md fin- I'll nsw confsctlonery Is so fres(
iti.it tiw trade sre das red to lorstsid tlieir orders st
on e. Ws iiaiUuti uurlHeuds to beware f worth
lets Imitations His Ron Ton being the original boa,
tli stiiti'lard of wliich saall sln.ii- be maintained.
B v. l-47tf,
On tliia i.i. ,p...iti-i. the yeas and nays were
taken, and resulted, yeas "21, nays IU.
Those voting iu the alfirmatiVe were,
Yea Messrs. Rellamy, Buus, Illy the, Col
grove, (sHik, Davis, Kppes, Forkner, Galloway.
1 lays, Ilarringtt.n, Hvman. Jones of C'olumbtlB,
Jomst of Wake, Marundale, Moore, of Yancey,
Smith, Steihen, Sweel and White.
HOtae K RkHRKKKNTATl VES.
TriMiAY, Nov. Tt, IKtjn.
House met pursuant lo adjournment.
A mcs-asre was ree-eiveil from the Governor,
siibiiiiliing lauiiiin claims against the Htate in I
llirnr ui ..i. i. mnisw: nnu im.- v , s-
Rv Mr. Malone: A bill lo repeal the arl re
quiring the registration of deed. Referred,
prn iAi. ordeb.
Mr. Poii's resolution rrcommending removal
of jHilitieal disabilitits inirsiseil bv tlte 14lh
ami lulnn til ; ttie penilitlt; 'piesnon is on; on xr
law. an I that the people have uo biisinesto 1 I,,,,, .Umhir of the Col R 11 Cowan
rmpa4.'f any decision that may be made Jn y, fie ,,, insl, Mr Samuei
of ii aa such, and their clamors should be ...... , .,;,,. w,nu Wallace.
Bui uurortuuat. ly Ihopei.ple . Hntborfol rountv. on the 1 1 inst
Navs Messrs. Barnes, Ileal!.' Boaslev, IU-1 uabuie's ani. tidiiu tit, askinu a reiatal of the tost
man. Hrogden, RnerHtfsa, uraaam, .i. n. -, oi : (Mth
Mecklen.iiirf:, Jjissiter, Liintlsay, Long, love,
Miisoti, Mffclnir, Murphy, Richardson, KesHUts,
Robhins, Seaitt, 8hofliier and Wilson.
A messure was reeeiveil from the House of
Mr. French moved to io..tionc one week.
Mr. I'nii opposed the motion and asked the
yeas and nays, which being ordered, resulted,
veai 2., navs 1 1
Reiireaentntives transmitting an set to amend i wr. 1'iai then eallcsl the previous question, and
section 4.So, tuie 1! , chapter 12 of the t ode ot i the call was austauitsl.
Civil Procedure, ratified by the House ol" Rep
Referred to the Committee of the Judiciary
Mr. Hevntonr moved to postpone until Friday
next, and the motion prevailed.
Bill extending the time for MienftS to nialte
Also a resolution requiring the Secretary of settlement was taken uu on motion of Mr. Fere-
State to furnish the amount paid for stationery, j bee.
Ac., &c., for various purpose since ihe adoption j Mr. Pon moved indefinite postponement,
ol tne new onsimiuon.
Mr. Wvis moved that the Senate proceed to
hich, after some discussion was rried
The consideration of the resolution maintain-
. s i . va . g
tne election oi an r.ngro-s ng i ..era. . h ,i( f , Mll of evcry
Mr. T. J. Jonson was elected by a majority of , of tBe u,tMtio(1
Is votes. ,j being on the motion to reconsider the pesapone
Armessaee was received from the House of , ' T
Representatives enclosing resolution assed in
iiirsuav n.'xt. Carried. I , ' . V . .i
Mr. Murphy offered a resolution requiring the ''al ',n llif. ,n-Uu,t of w,Pwt w
mmittoe qf j,,,' lnKane .,ylum to consider and 1 ,,rtn- . , . ...
(rt a bill for die purpose of procuring suita- ,Mr" Galloway moved that upon the adoption
report a hill lor the Diirnose of nroeiirimr
ble buildings within or adjacent U the city of
ivaicijjn, io provide dwent accomraoilation for
the insane. Adopted.
Mr. Kobbins cave notice of a bill to renaal an
act of last session, in regard to the registration
of Deeds and Convevances.
On motion, the Senate adiourned to ssrrf on
Monday the 22d inst., at 10 A. M.
JIOU8E OF REPRESENTATIVES.
. l MjkvmmxWov. )S)f im.
The House met at 11 o'clock, A. H.
A message was received from the Governor
Mtats., wlnfStM Mr test ivoani truss sa a
meeting held in Rileiph on the 17th inst.
Ordered to be printed, and referred to thecom
mittee on Kdticntion.
Mr. Smith, of Alleghany, submitted a petition
from eertain citizens of Sorry and Alltabanv
counties, praying a change of line between the
Referred to Committee on Counties and Town
ships. Mr. Seymour from the Judiciary Committee,
reported favorably on the bill to change Sec.
45, Chapter 12, Tirietlft of the Code of Civil
Procedure. (In reference to apprenticing mi
Afterwards, this bill was called up by Mr.
Leary, when the rules were suspended for it"
of these resolution that the Seuate do now ad-
The resolution was adopted.
On the adoption of the reselut ion fessrs,
Robhins and Brogden dolivered fitting eulogies
on the dem-ascd.
On motion of Mr. Galloway the Senate ad
journed to meet to-morrow at 11 o'clock.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MoiTDAY, Nov. 22, 1S6S.
The House met at 11 o'clock, A. M.
Mr. Ellis Introduced a reaohrtton asking r
Representatives in Congress to use their infill
-suaMasaaiaiibr -r :ssaaeaBBaBB
Mr. Malone introduce a resolution requesting
the opinion of the Attorney lienerajl as In the
legal construction ui fsecimns I. i ana , Article veral Railroad Companies of the State, of the
10, of the Constitution, on the liability of home- i ppisj , ,Hs, authorized bv Acts of the
steaila for esemtlons for tort or erinie-. , (jem-ril Vssemblv at the regular session of l.Sf.S
Mr. Jlidone moved to suspend the rules to put ; .,, a lirict. M per of lhcir
the resolution on its passage. I.ot. par Tu,(,
-Mr. r reneli inlioiloci it a tun to ameint ttie yT Sevinour calleil the
act to authorize the formation of corporations I ,en
tor mauulacturing, inimiig, meclisnicnl, chemi- i (j R10(ion of Mr
cal and other purposes, neierreil to Lommiltce , ej
mcnt for one month
A disciiaaion ensued assuming about the same
shape as thnt of yc .teniae.
After some further decatc Mr, Seymour called
the previous question. 'IV call was sustained.
The motion to reconsider was adopted by a vote
of yeas 59, nays 39.
Mr. Argo was then allowed to, withdraw his
motion of postponing for 30 day.
Mr. Welch moved to postpone for one week,
from day to-day. The yeas and nays being call
ed, the motion was rejected by a vote of yeas
I i, nays CI.
Tbe'quertion then recurred upon Mr. lashWa
amendment inscrlimr the words iry
. . i
j , i ii i r ,.. the lanoeii
real ami nonesiiv uiaporcn ,, 7 t,t
debt." The veaa and nays b. inj; tSVX,X
1 l.-ll.t-;JY- . n,.ai.Mimnnii it
ejNBa,wnninnai ttwiiutiou :
Resolved, That this General Assembly will
not ns'ognixe as valid anv future sale bv tlie
Argo, the House, adjourn
kuuw too Uell tUilt Qw.tnVUal ext. Is lu re
which ran dee d" such a jietifB, eaeept ui-
biiunli) which are Interested in diidiug it
against the people and iu favor of them
selves. "fet m n-fer th nffrstion io the Ropreme
Court," nay Senators. 'The Court ia the
interpreter of the Constitution, aud its opin
ion will be authoritative and wil) eatu-fy
specioiisnesa aad plausibility In
Hugh die and Miss ."samaiilba Giilliu.
October 17th. 18W, Laura Emeline. eldest
dauel t r ot Jno H MeLanghtin, g d M
1 ll.r.t, .X,l, IHIM M.re Porol'fl 1 aosnnd
daughter of Jno H Mclanghlin, agid
Novetibar ftth. 18(59. Sarah Jane youngest
VOTIC'E.-TIJIS IS TO WARN
1 the merrhsi.l of Nillabnry and ntbers, to dls
ronl iiuc II..' :.eif,: of uld Kliell and Sliutn-era (lie
negro ' Inldren, aa lltey are hsuing another nian's
piqHity. Tl.fsc shot and hi ll sir tbs piorli of
I'ahln J. rsiwlss, und I sin his aatliorlaed sunt to
utl'iud to lliia 1 US.BIS.
N. J. C". ( HAMMERS.
Saliabtiry, Nov. Sfi, lC!. 47-K
TOTIUe '. A LL PERSONS IT AV-
1 tng claims against the Vktatc of Jol ii I". ("lod
fslter, dee'd,. will present thf in lo the utnleiaigned
al the court House in Hallshun . on or before tli
Hrstdayof Ik-criuber, A. P., IK7H
M. U . IJLMJDVIAX Adia'r.
Xor. 16 IH69. 47-fiw
There is a
thi idea which its originator perhapa hope daughtheJ of Juo II McLtOfhlin. ageil ) entirely Ircc from the gros.-,' exapgeralioua its
will reconcil e one constituenta to it. But . joare. common to juvenile litrratur. (Jul montblr
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! Juveniltt-Magiuiiio comprises numerous und
norel features that fire pectiltrriy it own. unq
Mr. Parker said that females should hot he
m that nil restrictions now placed upon tlie j hound longer than at the age of 17 years. lie
width of the guage upon any existing railroad moved to strike out IS years and insert 17 years.
ot North Carolina bv the terms of their charter I arried.
and thfi charter grunted fur the construction of
any r:iil'-o:;d, lie and Kherehy reinoved, and that
it shall lie hwful for any raiiroaiwhe elmrter
now rlelines width of Kuase. to alter such cuasre
in any tutyiucr that ils iDtere-t, the interest qf the opinion nf tl
the State, the convenience ol travel, and the
s,h ed a;id chcapnedB of tranajiortation may re
quirt. ". All aaitions and clauses of seotlons fjf rail
road charter- in coiillict with this act is hereby
. Hpiakd, . :
It. This ad shall bo iu force from and after its
Referred to tho (Committee on Internal Im
provemenLs. Mr. Robhins introduced the following bill, to-arit:
H'li'wu. the existing- svstm of State and
count v government in Xorlh Carolina was fram
ed and adopted at a time of profound political
und social agitation, when Ihc udnds of our peo
ple were deeply excited by the dimcult aud dis
tricting situation in which they found themselves
placed, and taey were tnerelore unprepared -to
shape all the provisions pf their cqnstitudon
w itli that cnlmhem and forecast whinh was desi
rih'le, i.i view ui tho' magnitude and importance
f sgdi n took j
H'Acrrn,', c(peribnce lias shown this svstetr, to
be. in many of its features, unnecessarilv cum
hernome and eapeuaive, uticongeuial vilh Ihe
lastcs mid usages of our people, and rjot well
foiled lo (heir condition anrl circurastaiice, and
the people desiro that extensive changes and
amendments be' made therein, particularly in're
J'ation to ihe Deparlmcnta of Finance an of the
Judiciary, the plan of county government and
itlie multiplicity of officers :
Wh rtif, the question of equal ond impartial
suAVage for citizen of all races has been retnov
sk! lieyond the control of the people of this State
JbV the progress of events, and by Ihe action of
the Federal iiovernmei.it, and ia no longer a liv
ing issue in our 'State politics, ao that we may
procec'4 m.ei.C!t wbcriNl by this question, to make
i art BTaaaag m
laen's are alike
interested, in order that wa mar socure a sim
pler and more economical n.cthod of internal
administration, aiiil, s
WkfrvA, The' needed aJteratioha and "reforms
.in only be accnm pllshed' and pcaeted ov the
per ple themselves in Convention aasexnliled ;
Tof (irnerrU AvmNy of North GmNnn nVsn-;
a-', two lb in Is of all the members of each House
L That ot the first Thursday in August, 1870.J
an eteriion si,tu oe neiu in encn artel everv
conntv, for deltaaaa to a Convention of tha peo
ple of this State.
That sai4' ejuttiou sUall be held at the same
iu i J lv. LL :L
is ion ; pianv an.i fii i,,c huiiq manner as alec- 'inouuj ue arnijiu it iiiic 11 nim-uio
tiona lu e UM for members nf the Oeneral As-1 Jittered in t 'lilies from the ex-Uoverror,TfcfLe
sembly, and (lie balioiii ahall be counted, (lie re-) knew him to be an honest man, and oqe who hv
turns tlti-rtwif mad-. arfd cwtifi.iaies issued wdel- j bored f,r the liest interest of M rotate. He
ral'es eieet, in like uiart,er and by the same of- j hoped (he resolution wotdd be adopt. 1.
f. a rs asMn eleetion for member of the 31. ..s. i ilr. Atwiwortb moved lo amend the third res-
of ItcprrK-fltvti.es oi Nor'.fi tJarolma. olution hv striking out "noiv adjimrn till 11 o -
I , .i s. .1 ; i..i: - i
; on .Mon-tny. anu in-"fi
o cock to-'lar.
men retornu tn qtnai xeapeets a
our system of government, in wliich
clatwea and both race of our oil
The hill as amended then passed it several
Rjcei ved a message fmrn the Senate, trans
mitting for Concurrence, i resolution asking for
Chief Justice and the Asso
ciate Justices of the ."supreme sonrt as to the
length of time for which the present General As
sembly was elected. Laid uv.-r.
Mr. Reynolds called up a bill to compensate
-Sedwol Conimiucea. (Ttie CommiUee on 'Edu
cation reported in favor of ailoiying if'i per diem
lo' corhiii i Uecinen, and against Wif mRpagKt"
Mr. Vestal moved to amend bv striking out
12 and insert $1.
Mr. Durham moved to amend by referring the
bill to the Committee on Salaries and Fees.
Agreed to. and the bill was so referred.
Mr. Sinclair introduced the following resolu
tions of respect to the late Jonathan Worth.
Resolved, by the General Assembly of the
State of llorlh Carolina, Tha( in the life of
Jonathan Worth, 'we recognize a Jong, pure and
J; iinguislud public career; and in his death we
mourn the loss of a faith ful public servant, mid
an honest man.
2. That in commemoration of our esteem for
the distinguished dead, the member of the Gen
eral Assembly wear " the customary badge of
mourning for thirty days.
3. Thai in further token of resfect to the
memory of the deceased, thisGcne-ral Assembly
do now adjourn till 11 o'clock, A. M., 2dNoV.
Mr. Sinclair had introduced the resolutions
for the purpose of pay ing a proper token of re
spect to a great and goisT man, who had recent
ly been called away from as bv death. The
p,e.nt was an era of good feeling, and it be
came North Carolinians of every party to re-
inenvHT the man who had ahed lustre on our
Mr. M:ii I.i . ti introduced a hill to authorize
the late Sheriff of Alexander county to coiled
arrears of taxes. Referred.
The joint resolutions introduced by Mr. Sev
inour for "maintaining the honor and u'ood lailb
of the State and the inviolability of .mr public
debt,'' was taken up as the special order.
l ne question recurred on uie amenoinent oi protect lit .' interest ol tne . stale tn certain rail
Mr. Malone, to the third resolution, to insert the roads and to require accountability on the part
words "legally incurred and honestly disposed ; nf their sitiiecrs, passed its liiird reading by the
of," so as to make the resolution read, " Htai : following vote: Yeas 27, Nays ,7.
I North Carolina would regard the repudiation of ! .
a single dollar ol her regular indebtedness legal-
j ly incurreil and honestly disss of as to her
Domiol ucDi, as a vioiauon oi every principle ot 1
plighted faith, and :is one of the greatest inisfor- I
(tines that could hefiill her people."
After considerable debate, partieitialed in bv
Messrs. Malone, Sinclair, Harris of Wake and 1 Mr. Morris introduced a bill to amend chap
French. " fior IM, see. 19, of Liw ef ItoS 89. Laid over.
Mr. Argo said that he regarded the introdne- Mr. Vest introduced a bill to extend the time
tion of the resolutions as premature, and ho of registering deeds. Allowing two years
therefore moved that their consideration be I more. Referred to the Judiciary CaaamKlee.
postponed one mouth, Mr. Harnett introduced a bill providing for
On this motion, Mr. Seymour arked the yeas ihe siilc of the North Carolina, and the Atlantic
and nays. ' and North Carolina Railroads.
The roll was called, and the motion prevailed I Ordered to be printed and mtulo the special
by the following vote : Yeas fij. Nays 44. order for Wednetdav next.
Mr. Ingram favored a reconsideration. Resolutions, by Mr. Vestal, in regard to spc-
iMr. Argo nui npi oeueve in uie principle oi cial tax on brandy, were rcrtd.
Wp.nKsnAY, Nov. 21, 1809.
line was (ailed to order at Id a in.
Ilowav's substitiite lor the ioint resobl-
lion in i l lation to per diem and uiile.ige passed
it- -Id leading by the following vote: Yea 17,
Mr. Respass' bill entitled "ah' act to further
HOUSE OP .REl'RE-sEN TATI VB3.
WEtiXKsnsr, Nov. 24, 18CD.
The Il.iiise met at 104 o'clock.
Mr. Williamson introduced a joint rcoluion
m regard lo poll tax.
uiemner ine man who naa sneu iii.-ire on our I , . - . j. , , ,
good nld'fWe. The ex-Governor commenced fi.'K Ir m mileage at 7, proved
. . . 1 ... I , mm iliftllon to lu. 'i I I. ins., nl ol VI In
his public career, as a yjung man, w hile a ni. in
ner oi ine j louse oi t ominous iron) ianooipn
'Couritf, In the ycahi IWandT Ifttt ; aiid' ig
naliaed himself on the floor of thia Hall, in de
fence of the colored man to read and write, In
the excitement occasioned in the public mind in
consequence qf the Southampton insurrection,
and when R wn thought neccmary to prefbnthv
slsii ite colored people from learning lo read and
:.L f' w,.,it, .iil Iv...:.. I t
w rue, ii ioii..'i i.i in siin ui .iii n mi ji.iiii i ...
Barringer am i, titers, and pleaded for those peo
ple, and said. Do for (Jcrsake allow the col
ored man to read hia Bible." The deceased was
also the father of the public school system of
(his State, which existed up to the commence
ment of the war. He, too, put hia foot on tlie
scheme that were kid to get thi Htate out of
tlie Union in 1860 and 1R61. and opposed the
calling of a convention of Uie. people for that
purpose, r or tncee reason, ano oiner irtai n
ctmid mention, it am but just lo the memory of
the great and good man that the resolutions
Maafti be aawDMd. WBIM as (Mr. runeluin
3. Tint iMifl yuu www thill oa?i ui one
hundred anil twenty d.lciiatnsl ami each conntv
shall b entiilefl to tbesa.n number of detesaie
repudiation, unless it was justified by the most
dire necessity. He believed that there had been
collusion on the part of certain parties with the
purchasers of our bonds. He had moved for- a
postponement for the purpose of giving time for
the proxted investigation into the management
of our railroad--.
A fier some considerable ile'oate, participated
in by Messrs. Pou, Justice, of Rutherford, llod
nctt and Ingram the House adjourned without
coming to vote.
Tukbday, N6v: 23d, 1 S09.
The Senate was caller) to order at l 1 o'clock.
The journal of yesterday was read and cor
rected, as the vote of A. II. Galloway's (col.)
miou examination to be a lie instead of 21 to
20. The President voted in the affirmative,
aming tia he ahmihl vole agaifist llie pfso-
Uon on its third reading in its present form.
BErOKTS OK CO V Si JTT EES.
mr. Graham from the Committee on the Judi
ciary, report. .1 favorably oh the hill to amend
section 4Sr, chapter 12, title 19 of the Code of
A number of bills were introduced by various
I till to further protect Ihe interest of the
State in certain Railroads and to require ac
countability on the part of their officer waa ta
Mf. Lassitcr oftered a bill frero the Code fVim
ipission as a substitute, authorizing the Gnvcrn
qr i,i appoint a commission to examine into the
atiairs of the several Railroads, aaid commLvloil
tq have a clerk with a salary of $-5,00 and to
report in 1970.
nr. Graham raied the psinl of order, that
hi' resolution rrlalimr to the samo rwWrrt. wa
1 . wiili'i.vl nd .l tfi.r.ifrr.i i nlol.l i. ....... i .
.......... ... I'l ' ' I All ,,,
.nc.-. .1.. i...: i ii ! eu in
lenee, inaiii'.e itsxhuimhi hi sir. viser
came second r.n calendar and the bill
Mr. Vestal said that the revenue tax on ar
dent spirits had' dri yen men of small means f mm
the business of distillation. To many men, the
distillation of iheir fruit, was about their only
means of making money. He desired tn sec
this oppressive tax repealed, ami he hoped that
the House, as a matter of justice towards men
of limited capital, would adopt Ihe resolution.
After some debate, the motion was put aud
lost. Yeas 9, nays 77.
Mr. Sinclair offered some amendments to
insert in the preamble the' words "give a bond
of $o,00," and in tiie tirst tesolution the words
"lo permit men of limited means to engage in1
distilling brandy from fruit. Accepted,
Mr. Hodnett ofleredan amendmeut by adding
n resolution requesting a reduction of i h. lax on
Mr. Vest again pressed his opoition to all
inch resolutions. The government was commit
ted to (be payment of its debt, and bad wisely
laid the biirden of taxation on luxuries, such as
liquor and tobacco. If the tax on these articles
was reduced, then it would have 'to be laid on
laud and on the necessaries of life, The inter
est of the people would be Mtbserved by letting
the Inw remain as it was..
On m.: ion of Mr. Vestal the previous ques
tion was ordered, and the resolutions amended,
Gen. Btlrr has been arrcatf-d in New
York charged hv Mra. r'loreneo, of New
Oricanf, with having taken three aworda
presented la Geo. Twiggs by United
Statea Cnugrcaa, ana) the State nf Geor
gia and Texa, rained at 835,000, and a
box of silver valued at 2,000. He
cliatnei that the awordaJtad been-Je posit-
the Trcaaury Department, but
of nr. inqdtry proved that gneh was not the
Kanm rhw Hw proi-iti m of Mr filter to Hc w ,cj ; 85.ood bail
The motion prevsildl, and the resolutions a
ntler his cnhMTtiitc at ih-s' tr.ir Was fiat of cr
adjourn at, cue , dcr, aifrl ihe-cliair so ruled.
Mr. lirahiiiii s r--. ' .. .on to appoint a I om
it i now1 entitled to members, in the HiMW: cf ! ami mte:. i-rr iiiianbiiorlv ailoptirf.
Reprr'tntsti . s. r.i.if in ease of a vacancy ismir-1 Mr. Malone mtf ot.-eil a rexdution insrvctr
rih; in "aid Convention, by the removal fioin the Ksrelare of Stale to rejwrt aa early a
the Stale, the dec!? tc: ion, rc..ir";iin or death i prsctiWe to the (teneeal Assembly, 1st, the
ofaiiy Ic'.-ge'v.each vacancy li!i be 61ied by j naeual p.-id tvr .utuMiery, ingether with ex-
.Tail DetivERT. ihc Klixabcth Ortv
mtuee of the Senate to inwiigate the sale ot i Carolinian nys : "n Tiinrsday last three
thebottdsof the Wal..m Xurili U .iL- Kail- wmm? cantid'in- -0a- jail of this place
rwnrjiiMn. ' ehVcted their esoaw bV- aawiu
wr. Mire. of I arf. ,-t. ofT, r.,I Vr ilriiri " . - . . . - ....
r;sohrti.si a- a snhwiiule, whi.di npiirf- an hp
Vs-alintJou of all If
made of a knitr.
V. -id- coinrn W of three rernplnrrrt.
I regard il a a shirking of our own proper
responsibility. Each department of this gov
ernment ia co-equal with the other, and it ia
the buaineas of each, in ita own sphere and
in the Jtrrt instance, to judge with a due senae
of ita obligations to the people, as to ita con
stitutional rights, powers, power, and limita
tions. The Court can neither make nor un
make the Legislature. Doubtless the Court
can adjudicate the questioo of oar constitu
tional powers when arising in rases i law
or in Lquity nendlig before that tribunal.
But any opinion of ihe Couit, given upon
this or any other question not thus arising,
is, as every lawyer knows, o.il an obiter die
turn and de-ides nothing. Neither we nor
the people are bound by it. Upon this very
ground, the Supreme court, at our last
aesaion, declined to give us their opinion on
the important subject of the Homestead,
when we requested it ; and there Is to every
mind a want of delicacy In obtruding the
present question upon the Court in view of
the response tin y then gave us.
The Justices of the Court, more over, are
directly and personally interetted in the
question. II y reference to sec. U2. art. 4.
of the Constitution, it will be aeen that the
tenure of otfice ut the Juatiees themselvea
involves the identical qnes'ion which is rais
ed in regard to the term of this AonMv-
If srw brdd over they hoW ova. Undar ihe.
eireiimstanees. however truly Impartial the
judgmeot of that Court might he. the people
w..nia ' t'i-'i.i.iisDirion and itcqu'd
have lliat welgftti Whleh oiigbl to aiUeh to
an opinion xrf those able Bad learned jurists
It would necessarily be looked upon by (he
proy.e as the mere dictnut of five inttrtsted
geutleinen, aud would probably iuceuse (he
popular mlud ag inst the Conrt, iu the event
il be iu f.tvor of holding over, especially iu
view of (he fart that it would he given spon
taneously, gratuitously, aud under eireiim
stanees where the Court is not bo:nd to
render any decision.
For these reasons we have no (fright to
place thq. Court iu such a position by refer
ring this matter to tliein ; ami even if we do
so, the same rensous, and also the extreme
indelicacy of on department presuming to
decide at all upon the exi- tenee. or non-axis-teuoe,
of a Co equal and c i-ordinate oue,
will canst' the Court titseiid the matter
promptly back tn us forsfur own decision.
Yes. Mr. President, it is our duty in decide
this question aud decide; it at once ; and in my
opinion, it can only be properly decided by
adopting the substitute of the Senator from
Forsyth declaring- our term at an end next
Aug ist. The rase appears to ine a singu
larly plain and simple one. ec. 21). Art.
II, of the constitutiou, contains this provis
ion : "The election for members oft'ae Gou
eral Assembly shall be held on the
Grst Thursday in August 1870." This i ex
press and mandatory. Cau such a manda
tory provision be over-ridden and nullified
by mere inferemvs drawn from another
doubtful and ill constructed section aliich is
capable of a reasonable and fair Interpreta
tion, giving a very useful meaning ud ef
fect, without colliding with r-ertinu 'JO ? The
terms of the General Assembly are made
"biennial." Therefore the pr -seut Assembly
being specially elected in April, and the reg
ular elections being fixed in August, be
came necessary to provide, against a Legisla
tive infer rtynum from April to August 1870.
This is somewhat blunderingly done in sec
tion 27, wherein it is declared that the term
of the members elected in April 1608 "shall
terminate as if they had been elected, at the
first eusuing regular eleetion." By this is
evidently meant the "rrtKitr election" which
should have occurred in August 18G8, ac
cording to the rule of biennial elections es
tablished in the constitution, aud which did
not occur only because superc ded by the
special election in April. This gives a very
reasonable and important meaning to1 that
aection and does operate to continue our ex
istence during the aforesaid three month.
This ;s common sense; and the rule of legal
construction which requiics all the parts of
an instrument to be construed together, and
some effect if possible to be given to each
part, . forbids any other interpretation of
these constituinnal provisions, under that
rule, how can auy lawyer cotnend for stretch
ing the ineauing of one worded section to such
an absurd extent that another most eertain
in ita terms and mandatory in ita character
would be rendered entirely nugatory T
Sir, thia i a au attempt at a Legislative roup
d'etat. Tt iaa conspiracy against. the eon-
stitatioLal rights of (be people, concocted bt'
br mea who a-pire to positions within the
gift of this Legislature, and by members of
this Assembly who fear to go before tne peo
ple for a re-election. The record of this Leg
islature ia an extraordinaryonn and the peo
phVhave a right to pass upon it at an early
As for myself, if thia outrageous usurpa
tion shall be determined upyn. nothing can
induce me to become a participant. I shall
tender my resignation, go before my con
stituents, and aay. "Here is the servant
w hr in you have trusted and honored. He
has tried to serve you faitefully ; but yona'e
(he judges whether he is any longer worthy
of vour confidence-" And if I oicnpaseat
in this chamber after next August, i' must
bay In virtue of are-election by the voteraof
Rowan and Davie. Kvery f onator who re-ap'-cts
hilnfelf will, I hope, pursue a simi
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lion sell,, !d, and eateth not the bread of idle- j for binding at tlie end of the year, and allogeth
ness." I er, a monthlv visitor thnt no ladv of taste or
"Her ehildren arise up aud call her bless- i economical housewife can afford to do without.
.. - I V I kv I !.! t ,',. . I
ed ; her husband also, and he praiseth her."
No eulogy, that we could write, would do
justice to her memory; therefore, we will
"let her works praise her."
NOV. 26, 1SG9.
BKroBTBD BY J.
Bacon, per pound
Cotlee, per pound.
("orn, per hush, of &6 lbs., . ...
" Meal, bush. 46 " ....
I'opperas,! per pound
(.'iimlles. Tallow, " .....
Cotton, tier nouad, .....
" Yarn. ier bunch
Ks-ga. per do sen,
Keathers, per p.m ml
.'iOur. per sack
Kish, Mnekerul, ' -. I
Fruit, dried, apples pealed
" " " dnpTd
" " Peaches, pealed
' UillKoileil. .....
Leather, upper, per pound,
" sole,. "
Iron, bar. "
Molasses, sorKhnm. per ga
West India, "
" Ryrnp, "
Onions, per bushel
Pork, perponnd, ......
Potatoes. Trish. per bnsnel ,
" Ra-eet, "
Snjrsr, Brown, perponnd
i " Ctamicd. " -......
" Crashed Pulverised
Salt. coast. per aack, ......
" Liverpool, " .....
Tobacco. Leaf. perponnd
" Mannfactured. ......
23 to 38
t 10 to i IB j
1 16 to 1 30
10 to 00
90 to 30
25 to 00
21 to 33
3 00 to 3.2Tj
19 to tft
6i to 45
3.73 to 4.23
30 to 33
. 00 to
t early hubscriplion, only S3.00 with ih
finest, largest, and miwl pleasing engraving ever
finished iii America, and richly worth $lrt, en
titled "The Pic-Nic on the l ourtb of duly,"
jfiven as a premium to each subscriber, and
splendid premiums for rinds. Address
Demorest's Monthly Maoazi,
m 83K Broadway, K. Y.
When sent by mailthe postage on the En
gravinsr, ten cents, must be included.
Specimen copies -of the magazine with circu
lars, mailed free, on receipt of fifteen cents.
Worth Carolina, ? FcpciurR fVirwr,
Stiklv Cocktt. J Fall Term, 1869.
A. S. Moss, ndmitiistrator of Thomas Moss,
Itnland Forrest and wife Jane A. Forrest. A
A. Moss, M. A. K Kendall, C W. Mo.s.
Threadaill and ife M M Threadgill, J. C.
Moss. V. C. Moss, nnJ Wil.ie Moss.
Petition to m.-.-c Heal FMule Atsett.
In ibis case it appearing to the'isnttsfnctinn
of the court that Thureadgill and wile M
M--ThreitdgillrM-SmifalfcW MoM atiif
J C Moss, dtfei.di.iits in this pitcctdii g aio
non-residents of this State :
yi I Therefore, it is orderetl.by the court Ihot jmh-
1 .00 to I
I 00 to
3.60 to 3.60
3.90 to 3.00
6. 60 (O6.00
SO to 1. MS
40 to 1 .00
mm ism mt sua.
HE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale that val
uable farm in the Jersey Settlement of David
son County, known as "THE THALEd Mc
DONALD PLACE." Said farm lies immedi
ately on the Yadkin River, just below ihe Tra
ding Foard, and on both sides of Ihe N. C.
Railroad Ihree-fourtha of a mile from the Holta
borg Depot. Thia farm contains about 800
acres, shout sixty acres of which is excellent
Rivet Bottom and the remainder good Jersey
uplands. A large part of it is Mill la woods
and heavily timbered.
The farm is in 4 high stale of cultivation,
well watered and stocked With well disposes
and contented tenant, n well adapted to
the growth of Cotton and Grain, and ia, alto
gather, one of tb most valuable and desirable
farms lo be found ia (hia part of the country.
1 ne tenoa ot ine payment will be made ab
en I and easy.
Addresa, R. W. Poard, agent of II L Par
lee. Concord, N. C.
Not. 5, I860. , 43 ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
in Mroadrafr ISew lurk.
lication be made for six week? tn 1 The Old
North htate newspaper, notifying thesaij de
fendants 10 appear before the Judge of our
next Superior Court to be held lor ihe county
of islauly at the Court House in AlNmmtle. on
the firei Monday iu Jan'y. 1S70. then and flier
to answer the petition of the plaintiff, filed in,
(his conrt, or judgment will be taken nro etm-
esto and heard ear ;girfasto tl em.
Witness, I. M. rU-dwine. Cleik offihe Supe
rior Court of Stanly County, at office it: Alhe,
marie, the day of November. A. D., 1869.
J. M. RKDWINE, 0. S. C.
TeMt or BAHINO PO WD3RS
For Buckwheat and Batter Cakes, Biscuit,
Ac, wilh which there is uo failure 110 disap
a A further supply of these very Popular Ba
king Powders which have already won from so
many of the Ladies of Salisbury and the coun
try, such high commendations, lave been pre
pared and will be kept throughout the season.
Where also may be had every kind of the
finest FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
lor i-ulinary purposes. Together with a full
line of frcah and warranted pure GR01TXT
SPICE8, all which, as usual, will beaold at pri
ces greatly below the old prices here.
At K. NM.'.S Drug Store. Salisbury,
PI BLIC 8AiEr-i WILL SELL
at Public Aartifta on lis aresalsM. NotKj..
Ota. taoa, at U Coireil ram, aaar the Yadkla
River, Res an eanaly. ferrwrty kaewa as ll Brad
saaw place, the fbllowinft property, rir
900 RaslMls r Cern ; OaU. Hay. Polder. Hoe
Cauls sad Meek. One 9 Hon W.a. Oae Ruey
aad Harness, Honaebold aad Kitraea Knraitare. i e
aiso mt uower, eonsistlBg of 117 acres, wilh
I'weiun ueuae. naro. stallr. and a II
oat bailuinga on s .1 laotl.
not. is lanoai
A DMIKISTRATOE'i HOTICE-iu V-
f mr taken nt lettar of Admiii.traii.,n
the estate of John Garner. aecU, I hereh, no
tify all persons aaring claim acain( aaid e.
late to present tfieu, tn ac onor befure tha l.'j k
day of No v.-in Ut 1i70, i Uiia notice will n
plead in bar of their recovery. All persons inv i
HIS COMPANY ha csniUI sad a. .ra.-J dehUid to the estate are rcoucMed lo make car.
t . i-l . i a tn . .9 - t It. t I .
im mm wui compare ni mny in- 1 'j ciTr-iaj,
WtMt Mil un the ( ootioMat, Ltj it the.
I.L. ..- -- -- '
ii Mr iy wi I "( " ' LJ i aj : ' I .
Cash AsseU, , f 000 ftfsl
iiiluii i ismmm income..... t INHI.OHO I
Increase otbt 1157 KOOV tV
Tka aDdaraifciutd is agent a tb shT Cneipaav . .
A. 4. HA&KIN,
u..,lw,l.. lr.,-1. in iima . , -m..... . . ....
i aa-isTM,, i. SMTsatf ..... ; t j
RIHIAH1 a. COWAV. ,
, Adm'r. of John Gamer.
TMk I.IIMIU IIU'iiHirH,
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