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- EENATE. - . '
MoXDAY, Dec. 10.
The fc-nate u called to or dee a 10J o'siloew
Journal of Suttirdsy wu read and ep-
. . Li.Uj,i,nvtu on tlie Ju-
...iui .i rtl'urred, a reaolution in
iliem to ioquire into and report what
j owcr lias body ha to clwnire the jurisdiction
ut tlirt court, askpd to be discharged from ita
further coiuideratioR. v '-' - v i -
Mr. Avert, from the -eooimitl! Internal
ImproiVnii-nli, to whom wa referred, t hill to
' declare yalirT ati act amending tu cuarter ot
7;- ' lu chntiiui.1 R.iihroad Company tecommendiog
' ' ita pnn ro. :,
Mr. Wi!B moved th bill b recommitted to
. i the committer, Mr. Arery tnored to amend by
Mbatituting tli Judiciary, which motioa wu
- - lost, aad the bill wtu recommitted to th com-
mittte oo Internal Improvement. .
A message waa received from th Houae
r"ranmitting the following f X reaolution to
mend a reaolution pawed at thi aeaaioa of th
v General Aasembly relativ to th printing U
-i th lengthy report prior to th meetiog ot th
"-' Creneml Asembly, ,s Adopted.. X WaolutioB
eHjthoriring the Publle Treaurer to omploy
...- feoaaeil in eertei eaaetf a bill to aak valid th
ste f thetrfd -JH tetwth eeaatyf -Jdge-
eomb. Ob motioa of Mr. Moore tha rule were
wupeaded and" tha bill jpaaaed it Tral read
ing. ' .'-k-'-- .;-----;-: V-,. vv
? Air. Leach asked leaf of abseno until
- Wednesday next for BrL Jonea, Senator from
.v t mtsage iU received from th Hons
j.'' transmitting additional namea for Jutice of
the Peace for th county ot Martin. On motion
" of Mr. Moore they Were laid on tha table; also a
resolution on the subject of adjournment, pro
viding tiiat this body adjourn on tb Mth of
- - December -to meetgslii on the 83d of January
next ' Mr. Paschall offiirod to amend by substi
"ting th 17th of December for th 24th,. Mr.
,- fTMauhewa offered an amendment to the amend-
jnent by striking out all after the 24th of De
''''pemberand insert tin iie, the yeas and naya
were called and tlie ameoduwiiit to tha ameud
. , V netit waa adopted by a tote of SO yea to J
ays, th qnentUin arising on the adoption of tb
' A . .Jrexolufion a amended, the yeas and nays were
"V cailti.l aud the resolution waa adopted by a vote
' -ot 18 yeas to 10n--. HniniU a mnin
WM " awe v. .... a, toeoucuj
. hu p. '..'
- " - An..'ag was k- --ived fromth l.)0r
" -., fo.. to go lortliw ..li into th rtection ef l.wr
' ' -: Cutt'iciilor -of Slate. Concurred in. , Messrs.
" r JI.r..rkle. and Hand-i war appointed to
....rintMid tha election, and the Senate voted
- - as tollowar Messrs. Joyner W, Meban 87, Ash
i at Ki..,.hd 85. Fnlllim ana Kumn i,
'a meHMfffl was reccireU from the House
' " ' r.n.mUxi.aacommunicaaon from the Govern
' , AnnMnintfKDorta from th difforent works
I'. ' of the State in which she owna stock i also ar
'" ' port from tb nenuieni oi ins un-Tarr mnu
Liii, a nmnosltion to print th enclosed doen-
-- ,, Tne bill to prevent fraud niionth revenue of
' . ' the State came op, ana was uikubku u,u
. lenirtb. pciuhng l aiacussion, , , ..
--K. Ob rootioJ ol Mr. teach, th SenaU adjourn
' . c W ed ntU to morrow at JOJ o'clock. , . ,
, . t HOUSE OF COMM0NS. .
. "r.'r t - Monday Dec, 10, I860.
: ' ''hnouMi w called to order at 10 o'clock
Z, r m. K'pnan of Dunlin 1tf tb ebalr."1"
' . Jit Wstich lotroduoed the following resolu
in tha discussion of the resolu-
a which passed thU House on tha 7th inst.,
-IOW-w-r ..,...: !.- ilia
-1 iMrlwr? tha. thinga,tthi!k Uia .cUr.s
ti i(4oyUy,of pttecutionaRainrt those sty-
ZmselVe. iU original tnlon men, aud of
, " . nartial administration of JusUce, are lalse,
' " - -d known bT those who make them to b with
of foundation, the member from
rZaTVIr Dlvthp) declared he fcould hot
' ?.fi!donsW to'ie t-r the rwohitiona, becatixe
tWy y,tn ntrua in
i ll.at I:
, v aa4iea,.,HJM me
1 not been perseca
UfllOH me" f.
tsd. .This all-'
iWiecuted, ( !. ' n:
" m i.. AMArntion hi.
n la understood to
e re-establishment of
cTvilGov.niment)cm.ni? from a memberof thi
" , . reonin-sinv ifr Uion : to the end there-
lore, that the ;
t or authority guilty oi sncn
'Tpnu'Hlsed; Hesolvtd, tliut
tl.a Judiciary, be instructed
;U:r to spptsr, before them
r.n i.-'i li f"'
- s aud pi.j 1 in, and
Uouso at an early day,
r otherwise. Adopted. .,
tl: comnii'.tee ou Ini'-rnal
:u:,l back a bill to incor
v, a and Milton lvailroad
i ..to th
:' 11 sruenomems.
2, - hill to rei-nact or. 1 mtifirta the char-
0 WUllMiston i.-l Tarboro Kailroad
" nl ': r bid referred;
tinanv. as a , J
f t'te Mayor and
Commission' a '
'.-i;;h in re
It i -"psny.
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- Pv-IhTa bill to amend the second1
Vf,luvi, DarL'in; abillfr the Witif ofthe ea-
U!JScrd bilLba their Irat
' Xl- A b'd to iticorpora'e i a- iolai.k
r, lin?;7."03 o Free and Accc ted Masons ;
M ' I.'-tn.i'Porate the Ilibermau U.nr Solent
l w V1,. f V. miustoD ; till to m-
' haotrr S of tha Kevied Code.
"TtfxX ,o pt J"ro" fl,r
.VWs on cniii:l fclouiea, '
Vr iZbnuv a; a bill to Incorporate Centr.
, yV''cny onVake' bill for the relief of
eorpormt ibeili-InnFlreEnglDe Company Ko.
1, ia the town of Fnyetteville, and (rtwuluUua
is favor of W. S. Mrsoo,
Tha reaolution for tba rekif of th City of Ej1-
Haa pftated it KPTerHl rpni ' '
i nnd-r a nic-n
"iloo of til Wile. " (TIrt u
lcHH luo city
iiitq K. It. Com-
from it subscription to tha C i
A bill to -authorize tli C
yiocut of the nou muded iulinat ou ti.edrbt
of the State, also the exc'.mnpe f Tressuty
Bote for State bonds. Adopted.
Mr. Uoldcrbvlbv leave) reaolution that th
Judiciary Committee inquire as to th expedi
ency, propriety and Constitutionality of enact'
big law expending the sale ot property under
execution, or ttnduwni txpona for limited
tim..;..;A.aupted. . . f , , -
f vlr. lloiderby said that luformation last ttora
the countrv satisfied him of the treat necessitv
of enacting a law, without delay. upending
the eaJe of property, under execution, lor a
sires time. that ha had heard of tb sale of
tract of land a few day since, at aix hundred
dollar, that if was sold th nest da; by the pur
chaser for th sum of fiftee hundred dollar.
H regarded iiaarerinee a ruinous both to
the honeat debtor, -well a to tb better and
more lenient creditor of the. country, and hoped
tha the Committee would aend In a bill at an
early day embracing tb object of th resolu-
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UOD) wuicn waw jua wtb vj vmf,
Mr. McClammv. forth Joint Committe on
adjouraments, reported a reolutio that tb
Lerislatnra diour on tb Uth of December
d meet again on tb 82nd of January. -J
This resolution was adopted, alter aomo discus-
lion. , i
' - , , ewtctAL ohoh.
At 11 o'clock. M th House Broceeded to
consider the bill to enhance. th value of the
bond to be Issued for the completion of the
Wester N. C. Railroad and for other panose,
on It second reading. ' 1 ' . '
Mr. Pattoa addressed th Uouae in support
of the bin, explaining lu provision, and enu-
meratin the advantaire wnicn woum accrue
to tb people of the West, and to the Stat at
large, lroin tha oompteuon or tne roaa to toe
Tenne.Me line, as originally contemplated. ! -
Mr. ' Hutchison ' opposed the liiiu ue waa
opposed to increasing the State's indebtednesa,
directly or Indirectly. Ir waa true the bill did
not aak drect appropriation mini in irensu
ry.buthe bared that Indirectly th credit of
th Mate wouta ue impairea oy cuangus m.
those aocuriUea now held by the State tor others
of doubtful validity.
Mr. Kcnn anpporten tne inn. js nn i .. u
jfaw,.. luiauiuioiui; i.' tia eiMumtue .
luiiual Improvements. It Would not tn- '
crease the Mate ueot-one tors, u was empuat
kally a bill for the relict of the people, would
enhance tha value of fjtat stock, ud contrib
ute materially to tn payment ot btate aeota.
Meaats. Dargan mod McKay also addressed
the House, urging th passage of the bill.
The question recurring the bill passed it 2nd
readinir. Ayes 57 Nays .,:,, i - 'i"--..
A bill to empower the county eourU to levy
taxes fr repairing public roads, waa laid oa
the table, on second reading, on motioa of Mr.
Iloldorby, . -'it.""'1 :
A meg was received from tha Governor
transmitting, a communication from the Presi
dent and Director of th Literary . Fund, ; nd
the.reports of sundry Kailroada. ; Sunt to th
Senet with a proposition to print. - t -.
i On motion qf Mr, IVicbardson, aieasag waa
Miitto tha Senate Dronosintr that the two
Houaea proceed to ballot lor foorCouncillora of
State; The Senate concurred, ana tn nous
voted. number of nomination having been
withdrawn. - - ' "
A message was received lrom th SenaU an
nonndng the passage in that bodyof-tb rsaol
tina in r-1 alios to axlioarnment. with a amend
ment, to the effect that th adjournment on th
gitb io$t shall be riw ?,' .In this amendment
, Me. 141 ack moved lav the meecaRa on th
'labW Not iifreedto. Aye 88. Nay 1,
Measr. Dargan and McKay opposed concur
rence in the Senate amendment for j tb reason
that much necessary legislation would be left
tinfinialied ind no instorial relief would b of-
ered the people.,:, ' ' ' , . " V"
Mr liuaa. JueuiLna tha Sen:!1' 'a, action a ia
i dication that that liody w unwilling to do
I anvthinir for the relief of the people, thought
an early adjournment ad vUable, the sooner th
better. f ' - f - - -!. ' :
Mr. McKay said that an indisposition on the
psrtof the Senatavto mature mcasurca of relief
and pcrfuct-necasaary. legislation, waa an addi
tional r. An why the House should adhere to
it niMitinn. and evince determination to do
th.'r lntv. 1 ,
1 he million iwnrriii?, t'ie II.-v.ia refused to
c... -tir io the tnsto tm.wiu.ucut.
i he House then aourneii.
The Reporter on Friday last, anticipating no i
debate on Col. Hues' resolutions, was interested"
in copying the resolutions themselves and hence
paid tut little attention to what was (lid. In
converging aithoiliers since, he CuJs that th j
reader g a intellig'hle id Irons th report i
madp, and henc full justic was not don to
Mr. Crawford, of Rowan. Ho therefor very
cheerfully gives a correct accoi. of that mat-;
ter st this late period. Mr. Davis having eoa
clud. - I his rciiaiks en Cob Rus' resolutions,
Mr. llliiir, of Itandolph, moved to biy th reso
lutions on the tnhie. Tbe yend nays wer
called, and the HmiM proceled to vote. Pend
ing h vi Mr. Vi!ll..iu,if VarTy, .roeand
asked to b excused from voting j id that he
had beard that there were disloyal men in North
Carolina, did not know th truth of th report
or who the disloyal were. Th reaolution de
nied t!.t inch was ths Net, but aa he did sot
know, he could not vote. . 1 ......
Mr. Craw ford, of Rowan, arose and said if th
from Yancevdid not know wh the
Tlisloval men in N". C, wer, b wonld H hinu-f
W W. lloldenand nienof I. k -political char
acter, "are the really dUoyal n.cn in the Slate.
TUo men lio were foremt to involve the State
It ti.' a'iia war, an 1 fii-rt t dwrt.bl ia
her adversity and who now seek to en fore the
yoke ot "' 1 on 1 i r h '..'id conntry
uien, i:ec i. H M'y rirr his ab-
tiorenca ot inch men, ami if '
for them be would willin'y !
njiort ! mflo fi cm
tli matter: J I; ...hiku.
I -raver by th Rev. Mr. Hard;.' ;
turutu Chnrcb. " "
Hie Journal of yesterday wax i i
' The Speaker announced the rat. . i
bill to extend th time fop eolleotin s t ; i
certain eountiea; also a Mil auth.u.. ;
Dismal Swamp Canal Cosnpaay to iue .i. i.
X xnesaage was received from th llou "m
poalng to raise Joint committee of c-nn: : o
MatmrraMBj;.!-. oncurr4 to..'' i
Mr. IUchardso presented petition fr -i thu
citixen of Moor county asking to c ; .
their stock In lUilrqad to th Chcrn a.. ,
Coalfield Railroad." -'.ii! -v-': l:,
' iA anasaage waa received Irons the noun i. '-.
bill to empower the Court of the com. r ot
Mecklenburg to hold extra terms; also a
tutioa in favor of th' city of Kaleigh, v fi
was ordered to be printed and referred to t he
committee oa PropVuition and 6rievanc.
Mr. Gash, trom the committee on CI:. .. . t
whom waa referred, reaolution in favor ut l.
Q.s Fowl, recommending ita passRcre ; el a
reaolution in favor of th Iloa, A. S. Jltirriiii m,
recommending it passage.
Mr. Avery from the Committe on Inter,..!
T '"P'wement. to wnom wm reiri a out a
v to-the oawipiotio-f-b'Bretera J.
Road, recommended it passage; i ": : i
From tb earn a bill to amend tb Charter r,f
the Chatham Rail Road Company, recommciii
ing It passage.
XfLeich from Its Committee on the Judi.i
ary tia whom was referred bill to prevent tin
sacrifice of property sold under execution, re
ported back the tame recommending its p&
nge. ' - .i. '": ,
Mr. FaichaU a, bill in favor of jthe sheriff of
Chatham County, and on bis motion t' ruV
wer auspendel, tS-j'i-.-,; oc.uin . ; no tin
paasag of the 1-nl ita sc-cond r i.v, Xr.
Battle, called f..r tii Aye a . I ' i. I the
bill paasrd by vote of AyesSS; . -t l..; t!-e
bill also p .1 its third rediin.
A jne!e w--s r.-ceive.l
transiti ;- ; ; a.' . ' ; r"--peace
!r the t. '-ii'i' ; '' f
Mr. Moore from t'
Of hulllft ii
commending that u ; t ;
.1 (ii. i
Mr. Speed, it was made a ,
dny i oVlork. , -
Sir. Robin, fiom the' C'ominittee on
diciary, to whom was. referred a bill
the mode of holding Superior oiirt
other Durnoses. repmled b.u.k ton ga
saending it do not vi s. - -
! On motion of Mr. Cow lea, the rule were sus
pended, and th bill to change th time for
holding the Court of I'leaa and Quarter Sessions
In the County- of Yadkin waa taken - np nd
passed its several jreadmgaV v ;
. Mr. Adam, bill to amend tha Constitution
of North Carolina. Ordered to be printed, and
referred to the Judiciary Committee, x. ;
':. Mr. Lore, a bill to repeal an act for tb6 better
regulation of th Western Turnpike, waa r j
ierred to the Committee oa Western Turnpike.
. Mn Respsas, bill to lay off and establish t'
County of Vance, with memorial. '- RefprTi' '.
to tb Committee on Propositions and Gnu
aneea. Composed of parte of Renutort So t
' The bill to prevent fraud noon the revenue of
the btate, was umeu upv ano ror, uwju uimvu
to lay it on the table. . f .. , ? ...
The yeas and nays wer called and the motion I
prevailed by n vote of jntt 89, n;r 4.
.-Ph hour fbrthb Spivinl-ordtr hartrtgkAlvi.l,
tb bill PS construct a Penitentiary in the Sttitn i
waa taken up, and on motion oi Mr, Gasli, it !
waa re committed to the Committee on tlo j
Penitentiary. . ; i j i
7 ; Th following bill and resolution came up
and were acted upon as follows : l , .
rr.A bill authorizing the Mayor nd Commi- j
aioner of the town of Fayetteviii to fund the '
Interest clue oa their bonds, paaeud W stuoi:
Rill to alwIUh imprisonment for debt was re
jected on itasecood reading. -
Resolution allowing compenation tolud.-
holding Couru ot Oyer ami Terminer, ut In-;
expense of the County in which the O-i.-t
held. On motion ot Mr. Speed, it was a -n.;
ed so as the expense n'-.: -ht devolon tl
find t!:" ' ill, ss amcu . t, passed itsaecjo, ;
ii.,1- ' '
A resolution prove!!,-"' f r t' p-- i .
Sheri. s for bi.,,ii t'e c- : .-n i r t... , i
orratiilcationot tie('ontnuiu.n, w tUi;.. I
to th Committee on Claim. . ...,"; - .
A bid to repeal that portion of an S' j S9 ,
late to persons being committed f.r l--.es e
cost ia criminal ram-, w a rcfcrre-l to i . Cm:.-
mUte on tha Judiciary.
Th bill to extend the time for the r. ,.;Uti .
tionof deed,- grant-and v' ingtruiuenls,
passed its several r..-. : t i s . tha s"pen
aioa of the rules. , .
- A bill to change tha tl:9 I r hi.!1' (!.,
Court of Pleas and , " - -r : i .
county of Alexander, j I v . a . r ,.
ion ot tbe rules.
A toll to smeiul mi i I 1 ' 1 -
tie Jii Bridj;i', ps,-- i in .-v-. reau.,.
Dhder tha -luspension of the rules, i :-
A biil to amend til 6 th section of t' e 4
chapter of the lievi 1 Cod ntiUed f .
passed it second rhotr. '. - -
A bill to repeal an a-1 to provide I i t
work on tbe public r.le w r-ferre..l i- t
committee on.Propositiotis n - : i.n-)ii. -. (.-
A resolution autliorizin:? li... W.::e 1 'uiVr
to employ emmeil meertAn ri.ws wu r x 1
on its second readinir. -
A resolution relsrive to T"i!01iU' n;l JUtu
re, rMl hV . 1 i-.'limfij--j--.-'---
A biil to declare valid an act amending tht
charter ol the CI alha'n U r" 1 , mpai y v.
referred to ILs C .Trui,U on Ue JaJiciary..
Th bill to repeal aa ordinance to x .hantt
he stock of th State for bonds came up o it
...ird reading. Mr. Wllao lOflewd M ".
ment, pendina ita discussion, o motion of Mr.
. loa, th ,s,ut 4ljourtti i unul U morrow.
oV ,4k. ,!.,'- .
i ii Iloua wu called to order at KJ oVh...k,
A. M. . - :
Praypr by 1- . v. Tlenry Ilardie of th rH'.ly
terhm t'hurca, " . j '
The Journal of yesterday was read and ap
proved. . '.--"-'i :- -"
Mr. Mcltav.' from the Judiciary Commltte
reported a hill to amend second toction. chapte
0, Itevised Code, entitled "Marriage.- '
Mr, Harper, from tbe committee on Finance,
reported a bill to authorize th Comptroller t
employ a clerk. : ' - -' ' w I " e T
Jfr. Lowe introduced bill forth relief of
ilia peopled J. (Enact that' the General Atnbly
adjourn tin die on the 24th.) " Referred. TT t T
By Mr. Mclta ; a bill to amend a act to
tend the time for perfecting title to laad. i
A bill tit provide for th eonatructio of
bridge across Notle River In Cheroke oounty
and tor other purpose, passed it aevsral read
lit ;ti under suspension of tb ewt-f F? '
On motion ot Mr. Crawford of Maooa, th
ITouse reconsidered the vote by which waa re-ji-cted
on yesterday, a, bill tosmpowerth
county court t levy taxea for th repair of
public roads. ' '
Mcssr. McClammy, Cowaa and Waugh sup
ported th bill '
Messrs. Bolderby, Hodnett, Blair, Wilson and
others opposed tb grant of sock power to th
connty courts of their rwrpectiva eountiea, and
asked that they bi excluded from th operattow
of the Mil. i r'- ' " r
Mr. Holderby offered an amendment restrict
ing the application ot thabill to th counties of
New Hanover, Brancwtck wt4 Bladesv ; ' ' L
On motlmr of Mr.Autry th bill waa laid wr
the table, - Yea 0, Naya 4. t M
Mr. Patton (bv leave) introduced bill t
rhanre th time for the meeting of the General
a ao oi l.ly. (Proposes tl,nt the Awemblymeet
; nniii"y rn th third .'..on.Uy of October.), i
:.;r. ; a 1.1:1 tt l.k iiuture and title.
f.i.T st-. t the Assembly meet beicidterott
t ', v of Novemli" )
-. . t vc 1 that a I ; . rev-t i:..--v
vy i e
r if l i to-
1 t. t - . .it, i . ' "
t to r
. I, j -y i t !.r -), -'.i --J
i -ad to I; e I cuu... a i.uo, ( s uud
-.sm ' 11 " ' 1 r- " , , . J the
-I! ill k . ol the I "
i he Uoii.-u then resumed li ..Uhedbnsl
i -i snd refused to make th bill to prevent liti
. ion Ae, the special order for to-morrow.- -
BII.I OM TH1BO BBADINO, - -
A bill to incorporate th Newborn Steam
e Ei.L'hie Company,- No, 1, and a bill to ea
...ce tiie value of the bond to be issued for
,e tMlo-i ! f ion of th Western N. C. Railroad,
; I otiu i purpose, passed their third reading,
'r. Cowan moved to reconsider thevote by
,i ths hut named bill pasasd its third read
, and that llis motion to reconsider lieon tb
. .Is motion prevailed and prevent reconsld
on ly tlie House at the present seiwioa. .
o motion of Mc Cowan, th rule wer u
-1, and ths "bill to enable the V. ilminff-
... t .. tih.tt4ud..ltutbrfor4 Railroad Com.
y to complete its road, pay it- debt to th
.- i. ue, snd es tend its road to toe Tennessee line,"
was put on its third reading, . - ' i "
" i mmlort of .Mf,. I nw i!ie jvai anl.'Aaj
i.r.lenid. ' lut bid passed..' -v'-fv'-,'
Vkas. Messrs.' Allen, Be!cv, r'ytlie,' Bowe,
. ut, Brown, Brysnn,. C1--Cowan,
tord, of Bacon, Cia -f.td, of itowan, Dar
., Davidson, Durham, J. t, Foard, Gar
, Garrls, Oratiberry, i:., f, Henderson,
wif Holderby, Ilortn, ot Vnatauga, Ifou
: , , uwliison, Jordan, Uciaey,. naa, Kmi
t, Lutterlob, M-oArihur, "McClammy, Mo
,;i, McKay, llcN'air, . Mclia,. Moreh.ead,
Murrill, Patton, Peebles, Perry, of Car
-, l.i iuhardt, Richardson, Scor-in, P'nith,
p'.in, Trull, Whitfield, -'Whim; V.'ilson,
i thuans, Williams, of Martin, Williams,
.o--5J.i.',i v,-. .'j.? - "....-.. ...
;.:esra. A'wnrth, ;,Autry, Pard.-n,
Ir, ISoyd, 1 :i 1 her,' Carsn, tlai'.,
.. 1 , C:i Caiiibr.l.Cjdwin,
liardie r, li xineu, -Jot)", -La-
i.liiiiton, Lee, Lowe, Hay. Martin,
' Hertford, Perry, of Wake, ltountree,
.n, ttimpson, Kinitli, of Uuidord,
-,.n, 'i'eajpie, Turnbull, '.-tal, V.a''i,
t Korsvth, Williams, of Harnett, Vml
i i!t, Woinblo, York 41, , ., .
a moved to reon ii ler t!.;s vote and
- -mo to rronii- lio fti tU teblav
n prevailed,- -- - r '-
, O CalP-iDAD. ':
,r the relief of the ; . ' .: J Chatham
i -i laid on the tn'.S on . - - l M.ling.
reallirni the t. barter t s e ' . .iliamv
Wo 1 teal ;a I . . l ' 1 the
t -.re - a l.i.l to incorpoive t e ?onth
l : , tori, CrorpMiy in J. htnond
p.. I a hill in r-'n'ton to v the
, ,. j--e I t: e ! ' ' bo.
Ju- --;,,! ,.i ((, ru!e. I 1 i I tlH-l
I ,. . ),, thair.-.j...! j a
,,v - to work the puh.io roa.ii) J
i ''.:ht of froner'v in Cap-
; - Kfi.1 a bio i r t b mors
ni l.t ol bre S' i..! J, wer
r- -n seriiiid read in.
k II lul t.il i" fl' Co .J
. -e.l Its severul reaiuP-'S.
..' 1 v. - :ovn one loird hi
, t estate tif their buabands,
an 1. on motion of Jr.
v, v :.-oti1i n-.-t to l.cprtrr'
I j . , . , . . .1 ot.ler tor luursday
. ' , 11 ' roethaf.i'V-1.'
M. Enrron: The psper of th S U tl
November is at hand, containing my letter to
yew en th aubject of the, e'-'envies if t
tirma," I had fcopeatbat it wot,, t ta vtm- - a
ary to ay nytin" mt ' - ?!.-.'
' ' '." t:,;,..""Lu-ui', 1 n tl.t-
p. .id, and it become neceawtry for me, in
jaa.ice to myself and those who think with me,
to vindicate myself and them- ealnst the 'o
flUd charge of dishonesty. You will therefor
pat don tua fut this iuUuslun Opon your time
aad patienc, and allow ma to notioe and re
ply to your editorial, which I find ia th same
riper1 containing my letter abov relerred to.
bare, by what I Mid la my letter to you, been
influenced by no i4A moUves, for, aa an Indi
vidual, I defy all law now in existence, which
oould touch my wa pecuniary or other situa
tion, 1 though I have, la commo with other,
bad t submit to hrary lossses, ia negroes and
other property, consequent a poo our l1 afUK
gl. I have an abiding hope, that in tha provi
dence of God, leu get along without much
trouble to myael! or family, therefor bo ucb
nholy motives have or shall Influence me. If,
I what I bar cald, I hav used th argu
ment of th trlt-uk repndiationiat, I cun
only reply that I was not aware of it, tof I hav
never Men. tb position occupied by jiuyself,
take by any eae with whom t bare conversed.
If therefor I hav Unwittingly used their r
gnmrate, It la simply because they w ere ur
rated to my mind by circumstance mrrouud
ingtna. " - j '
I am aware that you bar held th d!"nl(1ed
"and honorable position for many years, of teach
er of th divine will, while you bar in a publio
manner beea directing the way-worn traveller
to a haven of etornal repose. ' I loo, in my hum-"
blpher,hav been endeavoring to itwrmr
wn little bark, by theHbook of books" to w hlch
you direct my attention, as a rule of action in
this matter, to all of which do I feel wllllnir to
bow in submission. By its teacbiiijr do 1 hon
estly wish to be guided through sui icquent
life. .Th celebrated John Randolph, of Vir
ginia, one .iid, -however,- "that five him
iikaketptar and the liill and b would prov
any position he thought proper to 00611."
This sentiment, ever, floes not accord with
rv conceptions of r t, tor there ia no man,
1 Inrr who holds in b , r veneration, tha I do,
t 0 tea. ..inga of that jxd batik Vv' are told,
tueret.v, that should the ox tall into t'-e ' ' h
on the .'AoiA, that it is c r ii-.'f t . :
out, an ! I n ?"- . - , ' -
i... ui.a.iu to turn at a.l wi.uout
promt and immediate assistance ; or a speedy
.i. alh mut be tha result; hence, I v : th&t It
i . n.-t oti'v our mitral, but our tltrutM duty, to
i , U-,y le t oiityotir own, but th t . -rls of
1 v otliew, if posaib'.o, to sav th poor crea
t 1 om premature d xi li. Tht reader can np
i j 1-4 fpir. I would not be an alarmist;
nor would 1 do an uing, under th circuiuatan
cos, knowingly sa-l wiiio'E'y, which my Judg
ment eould tortur into anytlilng (b-.lionet ;
and you may rest assured that when ths eye of
tb masse are opened (which are now closed, as
appear by reference to the meagre vote polled
In thi State tor Representative,) they wal rise
ia their majesty, nd ay at the ballot-box, or
Msvttis, to theSbylocka of their respective
communiiiia, "Thus lar slialt lliou go, atiiL no
farther." l.sii ; ,u--s j -
You say, la th dltorlttlrcfiirred to, that th
Wealthy hav uffered by th ravage of the rat
war, equal to those la more limited citcuinstan
Ce. This I deny ; and had I time, and youth
patience, I would endeavor to ahowyou, that in
that matter, you labor under a miatuke ; and as
my only object la this communication is to vin
dicate my claim to Kmeufy, I waive further re
marks fepoB that subject, and eontent myself by
thanking you in all th kindness ot my heart
finpreseiitlng'to trubiio-viewmy former letter,
although my good friend and representative, Dr.
Q. 0. Moor, (whom I know will do all bo can
to alleviate th suffering of hi constituents.)
firm, tJ fciTf feared, that,be wnnhi b cbrf.1
with th paternity of the production, winch
lately appealed in in Sentinel, slened
- FlXDtir or Ctrpirt MsSTtAt.. The pTocwrd--Ings
and findings in the case of Hrevet Drijradier
JC Whiule&ey, colonel ot ... the. Po'iy iih t'ni
ted States- colored troops, who tried by
court martial recently st Ii.il.-lgh, North. Caroli
na, hav been published, lie w;i found guilty
of "omduct to the prejudice of good ur.h r and
military discipline in having Ix-eit p. tiuiai'ily
interested in a plantation while on lintrasaa
'-.tit comti. - r t the Fiv. d.-f '
reau, but was '. titled i.f the rh-irr.e of hating
th nii il the l.i t to General fros -.In, uj w hen iplea-tioni-d
in ri-ward to it. '1 ho court ncntenceil hltn
to Iio-J. : rioi-i'i I.. d by bis cnmuiaiidii-j olhcer,
G. reral t. O. Howard, Chi' f t'ouiinis .oner of
the 1 rcedin.-ii's Bureati. ,y. ,V'S,. , - :
The TribuXhvt oi IVashingto dlrpab.h !
"'. ,lt Is stated here that last evening bocieiary
gewaid called on J!r. Thaddeus ftevee at 11
Tnrmu, and bad a lot- private interview i:)i
him. Therateniei,tc.'io -. sa rrn-at d. .1 ofc's
nie'itliere, and much jiccuiuU.in is rile to I n.
what It ll meant, lb above tr-U . a l-v
not been on friendly relations with v U o:t r
for several yeara. ' It is rumoreil that f-'eward 1
reiientant, like Raymond, and wan's to cou.?!.
bark Into tbe bosom of the Radical party.
Others think that Seward was sent by l'r.-.idet,t
Johnson to make overtures of com prom !hc,"
Wslcarn fhronph a. r"n,h'man jnt front
V.hiio"on, that Uwneial -in-rn 1
theoninion that no ser ions effort id
to territorialize the Euuibtn.s.iles. It .4, how-
ever, suppfed that the Radical will n "ett V
rt. rtrine that tt !s not wi-cea'y 11 C
T...... .f the t . .-ill t iat Oil I f !
( .... .intliifird f-- "Itment, and w,.i ,1,1
itlijsl.K'i b 1 rat.licd. 7 . Jim i 1
Tip New lo.k:r 'Id' ' 1
when it av4l.tit tb limne of 1.'- ,c
,.:, r, .,lv."l to lliere to the f - '
t . '..-i,..l A'.,. 11 i.ii. t.t the 1 .1 . 1. ....
restoration." It lias never oi;re ;.; ; - I
baois. Its only Vo' Us iin r I
-.-:.. ,. '.:,, . , . .
- .: wr... - -7 - -
. -'M, rpITO'-s;
is r - . f :
..I l,.d t... if lii.
Norib Caroi.na, and 1
tb ener-rv sad patrio
To the iiitiuite relief 1
the State, the friends of
... it CJi.,..i
t laoe coueerne.i.
y man ot spirit la
Railron ' are '...
ot old kind Dee-
posed to interrupt t;,e r
pond who bal lUcte
our fair Southern 1
baleful drowsiness (
and they com be'
involving ao approt
I l dusky wind's ever
: 1 n;n shediilng a
' of the people 1
J w . in with plan
. , fai.ing tor no in
1 1 1. 1 -iitzto infuse new
ereas ot taxes, and y
Ufa into tb despairing nc .-'. and to awf.k a
cheerful and hopeful industry from th Atlantic
ocean to th Smoky mountains. ,
f These gentlemen-propose, by their variou
ch ernes, to make stocks and interests bow in
existence bring iuto tbe State some fir mill
ion, fir hundred thousand dollars, and every
dollar of this will coma from abroad, and most
oi it will be expended amorj our own people,
while it will add someSoi) miles to our Rail
road! and twenty millions of dollars to th per
manent wealth of the State.
At no period In our history as a people bu
such a spectacle been presented.: Our nerve
a well a our resource hav been shattered by
th war through which w bare passed: and
for eighteen month w hav sat amid th
wreck of our hope la vacant dejection and
vague expectation, (tunned by th blow of tha
recant past, and baring no certain bold, ot th
' OwaalohareTeam of Ikdit hav revived our
"drooping spirits ; anil from the ru'iis about us
we hav 11 ear a voice urging n to a new en
counter with fortune, and poiiitina; to resource
worthy ot pur highest hopes, aud atHl w iiUi
ourpraip, v-;'"1 "
And now, finally, w hav all ' gravlualW
opened tip on great and sure arc; 0 to weailb.
and greatness, and that lie throe li rrion'.titr
snd mechanical deveKipeuient. And h.-fe c.o-,
forward earnestand hoi-elul nien to p.ui. t'..
highway acceasibl to ail 5 a" v ' 1 ' t t
of heroes, they ask n'y f r; t ! ' f
oa the task cf our d. : 1 , i . ' '
bui'-l only wi h -
I.r ' ' '
in our C"" ,.
., I u t
1. 1. . ;
dopes of tl
of the pre,,
far oif, and t La Mtl
patienc! and t:r-'v 1
l i tu-
... t IC.lt,
UlKL tl! piIIHlO We. ..'" 1 Ci'ih'.-
iliscouraje s.:hemes w hich pr,.,, a ti ,
escite In the w hole State a liveiy ; '
kTris, csusiu ui to cease nr vn:
gri ts st what cannot be 1 -'pe.l, and to
j. . t ainl pr.-.-iit trotihl, a in e.nnc - t, pi
ami useiiit euort to wto a imppy lutnie.
Why hoii!d wltwai;itg i,r w know not
what f What is to be made by this vatrue ex
pectation, bse 1 on noihirori y, ,() l to rome
to our relief f Will the skua raiu do wo wealth t
Will the earth oi; u wul pour fori ts its hidden
treasures I Will somebody die and leave ua a
fortune! Do w not know thatewry day spent
In this vacant stupor l a loss, an Irrevocable
l,,- that tli lon:":r W delay our e.Toit to
better onr condition, th poorer and more de
moralized w become I . .orth Carohuian,
"awake, arise, or be forever fallen 1" Civa per.
mission to th intrepid men w lios encies er
till Bnconnnered, to i" l"rw.f 1 witti tt.. ir no-
bl work ! aye, bi i t . .1 r .
them that there are a I 1 .e a . I -U
tiie 1J State Ink-. . a i....j
plsyofsuch nndaunte 1 enct v I
urely an 'Assembly whne 1 . ,
tlottt'ed, Wi'l r.ut (, ' V t' " 1 St
llilcr behllfl US t) W 1. f It'. 1.1 !
ly it will say to tu..e in.
"llrethfett, we bav not ad r t
already know; but take thrma s
j H 1
' . sorts--
r- n -t
.k, and everything linen ' 11 t ..t r
if you can thus do so, rac-e n-'t 1
but fltlcfnvand build and fro- '.
hope and life. and enerry, in
our despairing peopla."
. The Norfolk J-.urnnl, off : .
Tn P r.iv r. Ma ' k r r. A n i
iseowf .uivf on in t. s pJ ti
staves. In ' a li t
dnrint the pre. : t v ... nil
(r-ta are iu to 1 - to i
1...1.. . The c 4 r- v;" -'
Charh-s Ali!--i t'-s A ' a 'i
rnois In ' i.'.'.en. 11'''. .
have be, II lie. led at t' '. I I. :,
week f.r the eft Iiiuies."
Tha onot-i'hm of tve In l
0. Pipe !, Ctt';s do A. W. i .
CnHs.lo. !(). VV. O. r"sd. t
G. L . I. . ), Culls da. , .
Ths Ki,n, V.'m. Joh n I.
C1-o'!ii!' and l'"!'"it ii '. i
tn j..es M. A. I '-,oi t . i
lion of l '.') ' i, on a 1 i a.. ,i 1
Wi.il ac-il and gt.l-Li; --i.;-:U
for a piopoaed cbool ot c.,- - , i
orphaii. -4 , r , -
Wa? ntKOToi,'Deo. 7. The a '.. a
petual Congress meets c
i', end ( V
r .!.,.!( '. .
ilees not ei.y-l nni.i nr.
re I I n i.i t . i
be v ; hout f"
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1 tt lei
i t on V
wiul n c"
r -"' on
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renenta-l tn lint;! r
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