in ' " I
fiUir Ik Isle rWrOarf f War, MItH Ml pU 14 lth ,
i!.a (oran.hif MiXili jrr AffJrt.
Mr. MtL.r,e, frvm tbe te-tjimlrae
- - t
ViiiwMurtMMC(liMtMM'ff1ie4 A pm fcfwtwitfefMa Ik tr ceo
UlL Mikktfw r,rw.iiLa (or tlx IMM'it'UuiW! ('antui.
Ui. sad Off era. k4 llimm
Uh liases tiC-rr,. . .
Mr, 5rtg effared ike sUlowleg emend
lalKa 1 1J re la id tha House, WMk
rrort i ibf !! tack mo
vO nlo l Mr. MtVr, k
XtvJ, TM ll Cofmliif
i m4 Nnm N Uint4 lo bnlrt
bio IM t iMJkbrr f SfMiitag (b
OMiMdoaU Mr. min,lliM
Jfftttvt, I ktl IM CtfaMinM W r
I ... I l. I... .V
ifKdUtKj f t"",i,)? ! f ,u,r!
prt fm., ttKft V,,.f,,,,n'M
in WMr i trriforiM m im vouca oui
Too MUr lM be loft lh Hoom
onotHer coninkik oe iko Miti of
vbmiiM ooUocct of bo ikrtt ttm
MMlbrUikt office of tk 3d AmWi
kick UIJ oo lko UUo, n4 orikrc
toiTPA?t4i' t . .
- TkoMf.kUf ipproprUUoofcrtcra
perHtlloa to too roe mix ri trnj offictrt,
d for tk corubjml ttAcnoti of tk
loo Mow of lofitTMt Ukeo
. HHfiOO. Tkt otcood kiok tu !!eJ
ilk lb. mib of 10,000 (JolUrt.
- TbtCoinmUtto thai rote twlrrported
Ibo hilU Uk tko imfttdmenit t imi tho
mfwJmcalt bUK coocurwl U bj Iko
llaau tha Bill n DrdtrtA fa U rr.
IfotKd Md rtd W time to- morrow.
Dff. IS Tke Wlowbr retnlotbn,
offered tetierdav kv Air. Miller, of Pn
.lit aoir, Ukeo op . . : .
Jtrtotved. That tka Present ftf tka
United Sutetbe rtnucatcd to communi-
eate to ikit Ifoute, if not bcompaublo
with the public intertttvtke proceeding!
of tbe Naval Court Martial b the cite
of Uent. r. C. Wolkerti lopetber ith
tke documcnli rtUlinjj tbereto.
And after a good deal of diKuatbn, re
O.ULXIXMTAT . tkt CaSSTlV'TIO.S.
Mr. John Bailer offered the' following
Jtflvtil, That Iko conttruction of
Roerfi and Canali it hlehJv ImDottant
the union, ttrrngtk and general proeperr-
tyol me United Stat ei i
HtKttvfd, Tkat tinea the individual
States of lhlt Union have reUaqultked
To the general government the control of
the mott eaijjand efficient meant of raia -
Ing rtrcnue, ft it fit that a portion of the
jreneral revenue, if continent ith tke
Conatitutton, ahouM to appropriated to
I bit important object.
tv a m t ... .are. . v
of the people and of their representatives
in tongrett, believe such appropriation!
to be inconsistent with the Constitutional
power of Congrett, an obstacle it presen
ted to the accomplishment of the object,
which, joined to the diversities of opinion
alwari existing in relation to the eipedi
cner of specific measures, threatens to be
deeplv injoribus, if not fatarro Ihal'vigor
out and full development of our rcsour
cea which tbe interests of tbe Union loud
Rrtolved, That a system which should
leave to the teveral States the expendi
ture of money appropriated to Ibis object
by the United Statea, would ensure a
more equal participation in the bounty,
hy the several .Statea, more. ecpnomy .in
tit disbursement, more freedom from
nefttonitl feelings and injurlons compro
mises in Legislation, and more prompti
tude in commencing workt of improve
ment, for the completion of -which the r
teveral Statea would be secure if posses
atntf the means. :. . . r ...
fetched, That the several States ought
Totisre-ihe--poirer-to expend Tnortey-to
appropriated, in improving river and ca
nal navigation, and in promoting educa
'tion, colonization, and the liberal and
useful .arts, whenever in their opinion ita
expenditure for these obiecta, would be
more usciui man
Afionira, idii vbiii a urge ponionitke retotuuon lo me vommmee oi .tne
in con8tnibrTadir,rn'r slaves wall be told to- satnfy the
Revived, That Congress ought to have
power to make sut veya of coastt, rivers,
and roud and canal routes, to aid the
States in selecting those objects of im
. contribute lathe good of tbe whole.
Kepresentativcs of the United States of
Aromcs, in Congress assembled, two'
thirdt of both houses concurring, that the
following be proposed as an amendment
to the Constitution of the United States,
. which; when, ratified bv tbe Legislature!
of three fourths of the several states,shall
be a part of said' Constitution i " 7'
That Congress shall have power to ap.
propriate money for constructing roads
nnd rnal, for improving river and coast
fltvigation, and for promoting education,
. . . ...... t . . t
KIf-il4tfli n !
I kuiss. fc,!tllve!r, r4 Cf,t M the
i - . . . . .
wlltsifkl of C ebmU, tks'l ky M emi,
,ed aad tml resell lo foostrtxt roedl
- j ,ad canals M orgeat pa'po1 f onlliiery,
I tnmmtnlti. mtl CmWttUKl00 1 14
b ik Ubci r lbt roioike, vkUb
rtM vouU U nll44 la tt ktld.tk
tl , Mvt4lb rrf net o4 pflnUnf!
U roluikw. tuk irfl
I () talo of Mr. Sdvirt, tl vm
J r...l lu. Ukini.il la lAf.ulra lata
- W !
Let tViOoo foe ik prtwrnilo kJ r
CiBbifW, h tk ?ui of Mirylaad, to
VfctUBf , la lb Suit of Vlrglou.
) BMMkMi of Mr. llcrrkl.lt
b, Tk.t ik ronmiiit Milk
j0jki, u iBMnKt,4 to ifwjulro bu too
Mpjltn ,f ,0thoHtioS kj U Ut
cyrtl 0f ,b Uoheo' iXiico, lo tH
ou.,. -UM,.iU aiir.enllnirv
- L,uu Mlt4 ui4 Conni n H-
otiHi oo Uklf ol Uormnt.
Ob motbo of Mr Burleigh, li wn
fitntvtJ, fkt n Committee oa ik
JudkUrr k loMrocud lo ifuiro bto tko
lipJiencjr of pritif bj U lkl tU
cortlod ocuraeoU is rtUtioo lo tk
Mimeol o4 cociio of iJirttl '.if i,
"' itiptcUt Ui I AaKut J,
1113, of Jwairt t b, IIIJ,ndof Merck
'.!. l b pomtUeo of tkt prlnetpil
! " ettort, the tecretary ol
- he bord of principal atte.tort, and the
i'r.l CoUecloe, and, tkeir deputle., be
O'Potliefl W IBO otle 01 toe -Wia 01 tna
Wrkl Inm of tbe United btatet. for
Dittrlel in which tuchoffkert rea.de,
1 hol copietf tuch recwda and doeu-
mntf' or Pnt '' cenihed lj ud
clerk, thall be received at evidence, in all
aciiont b wkich tbe title lo landtor build-
Ingt arising under uid lands, thall be
called b question.
Mr, Mitchell, of Tcnnctsee, offered the
I Rttotvtd Thai iba Conitltutlon of the
United Statea shall be ao amended ai to
lolreoder each and erer? member of Ike
J Senate and Mooteef neprttentetieet of
the United Statea Ineligible to, and inca
pble of holding ant office, pott, place, or.
I appointment, vhkk it wilkin tka gift or
patronage of the President, or any ot tbe
j beadt of the Department of the United
Sutct, within the leim for which tuch
Scaator or Kcprcacnlauvc iba'havc been
I elected and for one fear thercalter
I Mr. Mitchell moved no rclereoce o
l . . . . . .
Whole on the State of the Union and that
it be printed, which waa agreed to.
A Bill making an appropriation for
compensation for member! and officert,
tnd for the contingent eipeatet of the
two lloutet of Congrett, wat read a third
time and paived
Thurtdayi Det7 1. Mr. 6pcfgkt, of
Greene, from the Committee on the
Militia Laws and Public Arms, reported
a bill to repeal part ol an Act passed in
1806,io revise tbe Militia Laws of this
state, relative to lnf.ntry.
On motion of Mr. Kiddick, tbe Judicta
ry Committee was directed to inquire bto
the expediency of so amending the law
of descent!, that the lulf-blood shall not
share equally with ihebi others and titters
of tbe whole blood upon the dealt, of one
of the latter.
J9 5. Mr. Speight of Greene, pre-
aented a bill to prevent free persons of
tolotOf om-augraung into, iba sutcJcc
On motion of Spaight, of Craven, the
Judiciary Committee were instructed to
enquire into the expediency. of making
provision for the better preservation
of Justices' Judgments and Executions.
Dec. 10. Mr. Dowd, presented a bill
more effectually to aupprats Sabbath
The bill to restore to credit Lindtey
Fortune,, of Jlajiwood county, was read
and rejected." " "' " '': '
DwM: Recehetl from the house of
Gxjmmonsris "Up6rT..Tst. ihe conrmiisron
ers on Military Land Warrants; which
was read and- laid on the-table. . .
The" following bill was presented and
read the first time : '
Mr. M'Dowell, of Dorke, a bill more
effectually to secure book debts in all
cases where me siaiute or liitilfation
might be plead.
Wr. M'Dowell, r Burke, presented the
petition of Margaret Jackson, praying to
divorced from- her husband uibnel
- - f V - - . . I . . ... . A K . .A I . I
JnlrH olkk it rtf'"t4 Ik Vi cem
Tkt U I to t rt ef U Ml fcf
lie led of Ui nte nUitr to UfMi "
re i ike m'aJ timet irvl o idibo
of Mr. M-foetl, of UMll,'MeC4te!
Tk (fltrM4 UH to fti lo lU Ul
led 8i'ji Uk 4ooo m mk Ike ft of
il tkeJlU pnkjd if United &(etei
fur tkt rpo of iifcuaf fofilBcitkHi
t tkt owii of Ike Cepe fur f 4 ike
Mil to lit ike time of kol&ig Ike ?u po
tto Lotif ol UmIma e4 RooiOt '
fl4 k H(ond r4 iMrd time. d
oedtrteUM eiroiM. -Tke
ttr4 kia lo cede la ike t'i4
ltd IMiieo Oogoo beokd e4 tke
A A . . - ...
cona ma nira uekioefta4e oo pmmx
of Mr. Dk kod mm to Ike otker f bute
for ike tkelr coocirniii lo ike eouod
Tke UH ave efcciorif to tepprtti
H.kUtk bmiltfi re 4 Ike otcod
time, end, no tooifeo of Mr. Fptlgkt, of
UrreM, kWeiahilf txMp4.
Tke Utl to cl'orte ).,hn Ckembtrt, of
He; oood counif, ftoaj ki olfe Rbej
ee rtod Ue etd um! tklrd llano.
Oo motioo of Mr, lift, of rrr.ina,
Mr. KpeJrM,of Cttee, vte ippoioicd e
member of Ike rommlttee oo tVutatloo,
lo tke oUce of M. ionte of WUke,
vko kad olHtbed leive rf ikertxe, oo
account af kHlitpotlioa of kit f.mllf.
Mr. rkketl, from tke commhiee oo
Ike JadkUrf , reptned Ike kill directing
tke OMtoer oWeee tka Mrcaner be
Wui oftkkog iBeodniol and Ike ald
liUmt knde ike oider of ike day for lo
morrow.'' " "
Mr. Pkkeu, ftooi Ike tame committee,
lo koa referred ike retolutko of
tke Saoaie of tke Itk bttaat, dirtcibf aa
Inquire bio ike eipodkocy of ameSiot
Ike la of drtceota, rt ported Ikat ll i b
erpcdktnt teimctaid lav. Ctatrrtd
Mr. Lo kretaoted tke lotlovbr rtto-
lu:irt, vbltk were read aod laid oo ike
.41 . ' ' ' '
r, W Ike
of I he tri
Senate and iloute of
ate of North Carolina,
I nUMaaldlU ldlti jl
. . . '
b a treat It bade okb certain Cherokee
Imliana on the S7lb of February, 1119,
for laoda in d)latatc, basing agreed to
allow a rcserwtiun of 640 acres to each
head of an Inlian family re aiding within
the ceded terrtotv, who should choose to
become tliiis of the Unltod States in
msnner itiputed in said treaty, did,
without tke cotcnl of this state, appro
priate a M'erah!apai of jhl mot
aluaUelandsVr the trrrTtory" acquired
under Ike treaty to tke use of Ike said
Indiana, which lands belonged exclusive
ly to this stale and that, to prevent any
difficulty arising untler the treaty, or die
satisfaction to Ike Indians, with aenti
menta of respect end attachment lo the
government of the Union, and with 'a
view to that humane and liberal policy
whkb has always distinguished the con
duct of tbe Utiited States toward the In
dian tribes, this state has purchssert, at a
lull and fair price, the Interest and estate
of the said Indians In the sforrtaid lands
reserved for iba turn of 819JU0. whkb
hat been paid lo equitable proportions
and to the entire' satisfaction of the said
Indians t and which sum ought to be re
funded to this ststo by the United States.
Rfottvd, that this state having reded to
the United States a large tract of country
on the waters of the Mississippi, which
constitutes a valuable portion of the pub
lie lands, the feWrnmeQt of the-VirhH
Statea ought, upon principles of moral
justice, tp extinrnhh, as soon as may be
practicable, the Indian title to the balance
of landa in thia state, upon which a part
of the Cherokee Indians now reside ; and
that Ihe Said government be respectfully
requested to give this subject an early
?rVrrf, that the Senators from thtt
stste in the Congress of the Unid
states be instructed, and the Rrpiewntt
tives requested to make application ro
congress lor an appropriation of mosey
ur wic ouiccib aiorrsaia : ana mat inry
be requested lo co operate with the Lrr
islature lh such manner as may Kem to
them expedient, and compatible with the
highesf notior and TaTereat ofllis state.
Retched, that the Governor of Ihi
stste be requested to transmit to each of
the senators snd Kepreseatatives from
mia state in v ongress t coyy. oi tnc siore
Mr. Saunders presented a bill to amend
the several acta, KruU'inr proceedings
in vwni oi equity i an i r. i-ove, a chii
to revive and cootbue b force, for the
time therein meotioned, the-act of IIS4.
! t a T" ... . ...
entitled ia tfl ktef and amend ti-e
act of IMS, entitkd ' Aaa':lsiri-'
lief of twit pectoris ttbetsmtt1rth4ti
ot tbe Xbemej sold ondcr tke
authority ol tnie state.
Tho bill to bcorporato too Gold C,
pany waa read tko secoM Ume, aaf. a
motion of Jlr. Sea we II, postponed ua'e
The bill more effectually to osoro
Book Debts, wat ead the aeCondLtinse,
and, on motioo of Mr. Pkkctt. postpoocd
pet. l i;rf r. Parker, froM tko coot
mittee of Divot ce md Alimony, reported ,
il l U livtrte fUf.atti TU41 cY (;
tm4 tit.it kr tUtiM.
Mr. I, t.l i'-';k i4 rgu
Ute s.Tw't!si It4 b tlu'-Uibti sa4
Dn. Mr.KMa4 prMt4k rs9
Ntbo bit roc ting ike inr&Uite tke
Jwdklsry lo isv)ir bto ike propriety of
altering ke etUbg laes, so tkat appeals
sruy be Ukeo from ike ivdgtaeal of Jet
tUei of tko Piack sV all imi otf r 25,
wkkk igrted W.
Mr. of heUm kUa lo dettroatk
olat personi ikQ iereafler U lUUo le
serve m ottrteiri of roods, sod for otker
pft p1aM ok-rtfvv
keen or woo rniy Vo ppobu4 eotasnl
JMfa taf aay ro4, 6a Ueaabg
CrkUeaTwas etere4 to U in41i(L
Dff. IfOo taotloo of l!r. Ilogta,
Ike JedkiUry ceramltue were iostrvcted
im etMvh-f bto Ike eipedkocy of so
emerging ike Road laws ee oal lo cans
pal tirs4 Jarore lo pre seat roeJi Ukal
ere ktp b reatooaklo repaUr
Mr. Pkketl peteatedslUJ lor Ike hel
ler goveremeat of iko leva of Wadesbo-
reugk U Aosno. i
Dn. ir.-Mr. Pkketl froco iko JutU
clary coremltU, reportod Ikat ll Uei
Ctdleat lo alter ike eilatbg laws respaxl
g appeaU froto Jottke'i Jadgmeot. oo " MJ'
tuns eiceedbg loeotj dUUra.
jrotfi or crULWOsx
ML.y. Lft. llOa mot low of Mr.
. . ... .
Vaao, ike Vudkiary com mi Ute were sr -
strutted to enquire oof r Ike securities
lo a coottable t bond ere bound lor oof ea,
redgmrnta, fee. meivad by
failed lo be accounted lot.
Oo motioo of Mr. WUon, ike Judkl
n commUtaa were bttrueted to enoulre
bto tke expediency of so tmendbt Ike at
- . - - - . 3
tachmrnt Lews, that It may be lawful for
iko Clerks of ike teveral Count lo edver-
lite two tnoeike oaly oo all original jo
dklal anackmerat retunuble before any
Court, b stead of tkree roeoikt aa now
Tke reslgnatlont of Henry . Hoover,
Lieut. Colonel, and Joseph Smith, Major
oLtberstrtgimepiof !eckkokuri Mi;
HtU, were read and accepted.
Det. IS.- On motioo of Mr. Stedman,
tbe Judklary Committee ware Instructed
to enejulre Into the expedkney of emend-
bg the law on the eubiect of Bastardy, sd
as to provide for and embrace tke cases
of married womeo, wken abandoned by I
their husbands for a certain number of
MrlSrotti fromjbeJodlclary Commit
tee, reportrd that do amendmenl it re
quired in the lawa prcscribbg the duties
of Sheriffs, ss suggested by a resolution
referred to them.
Mr. Srott, from the same committee
reported tbat it it inexpedient to make
any alteration in the law relative to tbe
liability tf Guardians,--which reports
were concurred in
lift. 14. Mr. Bracer nrtnlad a bill
to nuke coroprnsatbn lo tha Jurors 0f
v srun. w .v.,,Tu iu7. i
Mr. Polk from the committee of Pro-1
positions snd Grievances, reported urv I
favorable to the peiiiicnt 4-WUli,Mex-1
ander of Wilkes. Concurred b,
Tk. ii Lir . 1
mittee of the whole, Mr. Polk in the
Chair, on the unfinished business of yes
lerday, the Bai.k Bill. Considerable do
nate took place. The committee rose
about S o'clock, reported progress aod
ohisined leave to sit agsin.
Vet;: l5.--Unravotbie tworts were
received and concurred in, on the pcti
lions of Jane Wbitcly of Mecklenburg,
and Moses Riser of Montgomery.
A communication wat received from
the Governor, covering the report of the
Board for Internal Improvements, which
was read, and ordered to be printed.
Det. 16. Mr. Burns, a bill to amend en
set passed b 1813, directing how persons
injured br Mill-Dams shall in future pro-
- . I
utt 17. --ire dm to smena an set lo
a . ers. a I
prevent ihe sleafing of slavei; kej. psssed
b 1192, was read the- third time, and a 1
motion made for ts indefinite postpone-
mi. aKlrk M. .a f,irlil 0 in Aft ...
Tlx, niilinn M ila naaaairt, ArtAr.
-- l1- W -. 1' . .. . ...
! in the af&rmativa., and tiie bill or- J
i. . u I
; m I
.The total amount of coinage at our
Mint ; xbee hs first esuhlijjvmecth. , only
23. 650,302 dollars ; a sum entirely mad
equate, lo our opinion, to the demands of
a trading community like that of the Uni
ted State- veraging, in gold, alive, and
copper, for a nations! circulating medium,
acere!r4dolise heed sovatt inereasH
Mr KpttMtk. V ovld.it not be proper
lrXwlg;'rsf:Ji lock bto ihe maoer, and
extend the limited operations of the Mint
lis flatippitl convenience demands it ...
Geo. Barton, who has been in prison in
VartnoM, many years, for debt, has been
liberated by a remittance from General La
retette! r-r-'-rr- : ; , V
Tko seobr silk and rsw silk produrf d
ia Windham county, (Conn.) it estimated
to to wortli 834,eoo per annum.
ra istiiT'v, r tf
tl lie tcLr. W !., Cajt. 1'cll, stli4
on ttwrty, la f -'is f ra If.!, a
ktte received 1'fWiiCurrrM tf iM 34 mm
siaM- TkePii'Urtokf war Uif
Icaao, CaftabTkomss, srrlve4 tl llvna
aotkeliktn4. h lldsfSfroro VeriCrui,
Usrla t k CI d r s Isv4"l lU fJvi
erMf of ti. Juta de UUoe, l;-itN
an I Mversl otker kff-ciri of tka t enia
wil- k place4 Caphalaud to ike MiiUfek
o tho llik oh. Ao roftivk Wg 4
arrived oo ike 7ih bt labg m Usr
tke fWaU trwopo Uloegbf to Ike Ut
ile, Tke Nfiktno sailed ataboo
. A trlotirslpg irfrffi ksik
vwaaefitld td the Wtialaturw of So.
CaroOaa, oo tko kobjeci o4 iko esJtivatk-
tJ ike viae aod ike onve M konvo ol lh$
opper dstxioi ef thai fHile.
Accoeomg vo isa, oum.m iv(-n m ia .
PoM Matter (iekertl. dalrd 11 ovxilh,
there sre bet week IfUca kodtoiBty tkou
ta&d agtats empleysd to tko operstkej
of iko Pott Office di pn me at.
Tko South Caroflok Court of Appeafi
has decided, Ikat alieoi aro Cable to roils-
The rtt elpti bto the tr siory of Geor
gia, during iko last financial year were
I B.esii rii, ana im fltavortemtoti tof
tke same period E17M1I t), aa eraearo
i . ..... . ,i.t."...i
1 oy me repon o ioa i-onpuwur "rna,
I mace w me uegtwature or mr state
I A machloe for fiiWt CtmUrt h at beta
invented and pot bto dm by Mf. Ujy, of
Gardioer, kfaine. Wkh U ooe womajs
kas dipped aad weighed aaare tkaa 300 &
la k day.
It is aooouncad tkat a arv work, br
Iko author of ike Piooeert, ke. will short
ly appear. Jt iseotitkd H Tko last of
ike Mohkaos, a aarraiiva of If IT." '
From all accounts. It appears ikat not
- Arrw r.lnl ftf ika Naw J arte v
U-Urd. and Proteciloo Compaky
j. And h is stated tkat if iko
Commissiooera aroobted la tke LecUls
,ttrt ntj been only ooe hour later, the
whoj 0f ,be movesble effects of the Daflk
wouu iut been b New York, end of
(ourM out of tbe jurisdktion of Near
j--,-, p(, fat.
i nm w.nviima u.nif wi .ill uavw i w i
dad an ingenious cs-penterf named" GUd
win, for the loventkm of a plane, whkb
he has constructed so ss to snswer tho
purposes of the jack plane, tbe panel plane,
the smoothing planet rd tbo mouldbg
attaraa, ate. 23.
ThelHI effr ctuny te wprtrfea the pro. -
tire of treat in J in elections, which bad m.1
the llouaa of Commoos, w u rejected ia tka 6ca
ate, by a vote of 40 to 16.
wlU,. Ih. rf tka bit! IntroJueed
i. , vua Wn-.. ml ik
i8l9.estabriahinr the Board of Iwcmtl
l-nrament.WMtTkxted by a vte of yi tw
l. ii wno vu wr concurrinr wu wo
report of tha Committee, were a Miosrai
nrrara. auwtii, aikii, nnwiw n
Raker. Ballew. Baroett, Dateman, Blount, Bor
den, Roc man, Br) an. Burns, Dynum, Cakisrell,
Car-on, Yt. Carter, Clement, Conrad, Cowan,
Davenport, Dockerr, uonono, Dunn, EdmoM.
ton, Kdwards, Elliott, FJ&soa, Toy, Cary, Cause.
CUfow, Gordon, Hartley, Hill, HoUaml, Howell
JrstUlL W.V;. ioMV N. Jonce Uww, Love,
Jlartia. klatthewt. stekhor. Miner, lldore, ktur. - '
elibo, McCawky, McMillaa, McNair. Pkkins,
PicotU Polk. Poor. Richardaon, Scott, Sbeppent,
t H. Simmons, Simpson, J. ft. Smith, Sprain,
Swain, Torrenee, Weaver, Webb, -Wbitehurtt,
E Wiinams, WiUxm, Wright '
Those who voted sgainst concurring,
Mrwra. A dsms. Alston. Ball, Barnard, Boon,
BeH Ronner. Brtmks, Brosrer. L Carter, Cooper,
Oas Ciwwlord, Drake, DurgBJlald)fVHarpf
Hoover, House, Joiner Utliam, U'trfer, Mai
L . II ttS 1 f M SitnW ueitut.
ilftll HCWPOrn. iVIUOOTI IUIIS) aassrj mwp
a. V ia s9mam imllk f lasanai
- . - h lfw-M-- ':. atedman. Tillitt.
iiBKUP. it, DimniijnsV DKimrsit vihimh s-"f
J. - Walton, Walton, Walker, Webster, mi-
jker, Wilder, Wilcox, W.T.; vlUwnfc
I . "
1 he lKjard Of AmCUltUfe 01 tni! Clair,
hnTB ippwinted Ptofessor Mrtehelft tateljr
ntuxl In iK rttmlAl Thair in rat Uni-
versity, Geologist of the State in Ihe place
of Professor Olmsted resigned, for tho
purpose of rontinuing tho ueowgicai
tlemsn. Ralctgn irrjwm
CUFJlAJl, Dee. 53.
7W. During he last week, large parcels .
of cotton were purchased, at 1-1 rents, sortie of ,
prima oality were purchased, at 13 llars and
10 eenta jhhI payment nade in titverdMtnty
the merchsntv Hie plaadm.w.radA.tirtlvi'nl
market,-ami -.'iwew w BilleO the.Cawe Jr
; ....anon, tnm K'.. nrn.lnri. Cah fift the Bllvef
for them whenever thev wWi it t if this is not sn
eraace, we.do rn know wbatti. . ...
CBJRlESTOy'pJlICES, D.V-' na .
a It SS, stsincd Oft iv
Slum, RunlPP. 24 S 30 Ct.l short SUPVI
a it 4 centa i Whiskey, 27 a 28 cents Bacon.
fl a 6 J j Hams, 9 a 1 1 1 Lard 0 1 "
numlee and Ineniet,42inch,) 2Q a 22l CJ
fee, Prime firee n, 19 a 20 , Inf. to good,! 5 a .
N. Carolina State Bank BUI, if P"vx"
NenV'W and Ope Fear do. li f' cr"4J,r-
Georgia da-1 per,ceTtt:dia. . .'mr