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i rayetterille.diulv except aay.
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thr kn'r. allb -n c.uatl', taili.g or tarutag m diil:ia,
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PHILLIPS & nKOTIIEKM,
2'li'O DOOItS ABOVE THE
Court Bouse, on XvXain Street,
UETDRN" Til EI K T II A X K S TO T U 13
'public for tiie very liberal putroiiau en
joyed 4y them duriuj: the puntyeur. and hope,
by Mr dealhisr smtl utriet atiention to btiitieiw
to merit a cuntlunance, if Dot an increase of the
Ve will enntinne to keep on linnd a jrond snp
i.lv of r AMILV GRCCERiaS, in
Freidh and Salt Fish,
OF KVKItr VABIKTT
Whiskeys, Brandies, Hum, Gin, Ac, AH.
BOOTS, SHpES, DOMESTICS,
In fact, almost overrtliing usually kept in a va
rietr Store, all of which we will sell lew for
Cash, or Country .Produce at the high
cut market pries.
PHILLIPS A BROTHERS.
Feb. IB. 1870 7 tf
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MED.US aWAlttlED,
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
AKVPACTUSEKH ii V
Or and, Square and Vvrifbt
Taaaa InatruaMnta .4ve been befure the public for
JeariyThirty Yearn, and Uioa tlieir excellence
loaa aitainad an asparchaaed pre-eminence, wbich
roaenncee them anentialled. Their
combine! great power, sweetneea and fine alnginp;
qaalitr, aa Wetl an tfte great purity of Intonation
atUhiveetneia throughout 'be entire acale. Their
, T 0 U V II
i pliant and laet i,'. end entirely tree from tbSatiff
nataftMadia ao eianv planoa.
they are unequaled uuij nolne btrt the very beat
aeaaoned material, tlic laige capital employed in our
buatneaa ennblentr to keeji continually animreente
atock ef lumber, afc.oii hand. -
O Allot ourSgCAM! PiAtiosbiveonrXew Im
proved Ovaratroua Hcale and the Agrafe Trcbla.
If We WoBldeell npeeral atteiithjn to om late
itSfftovament in Ksand Tu.,Ai Sotakb
Obanm. r itented Xnguat 14. I8fi6. which bring
thaiiitt aaaer petiic,tion than has yet been at-
Ihery Piano Fully W.u ranUdor Fire
We have mad arfaaaenaenta for the ple Whole
sale Agents the (neat celebrated Paot tTii.
Sana aad HSIbso un, which w one, wholeiiale
and retail, at Koweat Faetorr Pcicaa.
WM. KNADE aft CO.,
a If l 5 r Baltimore, Md.
Sept. 9-oVbSia. 'V
HIGII POINT, N. C.
PPOSITE RAILROAD DEPOT.
Tm paces front where the Cars stop.
Jtsat f porter in attendance at all trains.
Vail btapes for Salem leave this house daily.
Vaatengeradiapatrhed to any point aT short notice
by private conveyance
Grateful for the liherai patronage ot tn paat we
bone hv atrict' attention to
die wants of oar gueaU
ta unLa eoatinaauca of tba same
WM. C. BTtltBEE,
Jan I. 187d tf Proprietor
tTl)cCTlu North State
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Hiierial uoticea will be charged SO per oeni
hiKher than tin- above ratea.
Court and Juatioe' Omlers wlltbe publUh
atl at tlie same ratea with other adrertiae
mmuu. Obituary notice, over alx liuea. churgl
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LEGISLATURE OK NORTH CAROLINA.
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1870
The Senate met at 10 o'clock.
Sir. Love from tbe Committee on Pro
positions snd Grievance, recommended
the pasag of a bill in relation to the
keeper of the? Capitol. '
Mr. HtTtith introduced r'bill to consolt
dato the North Carolina iLtilirmd Compa-
DT and the North Western N. C
the North Western N. C. R. R.
Coiiipaiiv. Ueturred to the committee on
Mr. Love introduced a bill to repeal cer
tain sections and umend others in chapter
270, nets of 1868-G9. Referred to Judi
Also a bill to repeal certain parts of
chapter 170, acts ot '68-'li9. Referred
t tommittee on Judiciary.
Mr. Chirk introduced a resolution to
Mr Brofrdeti introduced a resolution
abolialung lle "gag-law." known as the
previous question. tr-
Mr Love introduced a resolution abol
ishing the present regulations iu regard
Mr. Price moved to amend. The a
mendmcnt was lost, and lesolutiou udop
ted. The bill to abolish the office of Slate
Printer and for other parfKuu tJjeW
purposes being the authorizing a joint eon; -
ml t tee to
make, sucb arrangements as tuev
think uioper, was taken up
Mr King hoped th i Senate Would adopt
the Horse bill, and give tbe printing to the
Mr. Graham thought that played out in
1S44, when a man took the job and then
run away. The bill passed, yeas 35 uaysG.
Mr. Currie from the commituc on En
grossed bills reported a bill to provide for
n special lerm of the Superior Court in
Davidson, and Senate resolution in favor
of the Sheriff of Northampton and Wilkes
count i -s, correctly engrossed.
Mr Cowles from the committee on Fi
nance reported tho,bill increasing the sal
ary of the tvoiev General, and recom
mended that ! lie bill do not pass.
The bill waaMmced on the calendar.
The bill iiiptation to the keeper of the
r f tin- Cupiiof was taken up, reud a second
t'me and passed.
Mr Graham proposed several verbal
amendments which were adopted.
Mr Pi ice moved to amend by inserting
the name of Senator Lehman after that ot
Mr Allen. Amendment refit, yeas 12 nays
23. ' "7 " : ' -
The lionr of 12 having arrived iheiSen
ste adjourned to the halt of the House to
hear the ammuucimeojt with reference to
the eleciion of I States Senator.
Zebolon B Vente hs declared duly
elected and the w nate returned to its own
Mr'Nornient mf ved to mnend by add
ing two oilier names lo tbe commission.
The amendment was lost, l'eas 13,
nayi"25. ' '
Tlie bill passedtssacondxeading. The
rules were snsppuded nml bit) passed
yens 30 nays 7. "
Bill to aloli,h-ilte oflice of keeper of
the Capitol was taken up. The rules sos"
pended and the hill put upon its passage.
Mr RobLinsof Rowan, moved to amend
by inserting tfct words "and arsenal," al
so by inserting 4he words "General As
sembly" in place of "Senate,"
The bill and 'amendment was referred
,.Jhtnatc adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
BOTSE OF nxTKESEfTATIVKt.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1870.
House met at 10 o'clock.
Mr Phillips was added to the judiciary
Iii the Senatorial election on yesterday
Messrs Powell and York voted for Mr
Mr Jordan presented a memorial from
Jesse Griffith. F A WUey. W B JKSweT
and others, of Caswell. It waa read and
. , rli,un.,r
Mr McAfee submitted a' report from
- J ' .
tbe judiciary committee in referense to en-
trT-takers, and recommended its pMg
Mr Studs ick aubmilted s report from
the tiiiance coin uiilice tW the relief of A
Murray, Slur iff of Alamance.1
Mr Pniilmm, from the remmfttee on
pririlegce and elections eulmittcd a report
of lite judiciary committee on Alamance
snd Caswell . Jectiona, ami the aabatnucc
of their report waa that the eossssiuee
Ifeld that it was s historical faot that
Omittes of Alainauci-and I aa
4hi a State rrmftti ,
Admitting the right of lb Governor to de
cUWlRcm in insurrection.
Mr Sparrow preented a report from the
special committee submitting rules for the
OOMMITTK OK XSiUROSSKD BILLS.
MrCiawford subisitted a report on a
joiitt ii poli.ipm for instructing Represent
atives in Congress.
ISTRODfCTIOX 07 KE80Lt7TION8
Mr Welch introduced a resolution to
provide for the completion of the Western
N C Railmad. Placed on tbe calendar.
Mi Tom! ii iutioduced a resolutins
to sppoiut a committee of tliste to pur
chase stationery for tbe sse of tke House.
Placed on calendar. "
Mr Stiudwick introduced a resolution
that so much of 1 tbe Governor's meseage
rcpirdiug the insurrection in Alauinuct
aud Caswell counties be referred to a pe
cial committee ! three. Placed on calen
dar. BILLS IKTRODI7CED.
Mr Daden introduced a bill to prescrjhe
the time lor Sheriffs to settle with th
8tate Treasurer, Referred to committee on
Mr Rnbinon introduced a bill to rtppal
sec 7, chap 160, oliswa of 1808-89. Re
feired t4Jsidsliisry commit tee.
Mr Owytoh intrndnced a kill te rgu
late tbe per diem of members of the Gen
eral Assembly. Referred to committee on
salaries and fees.
Mr Tucker iiitrodneed a bill to regulate
the per dkm snd mileage. Referred to
committee on salaries and fees.
Mr Joyner, of Johnson introduced s
bill to make a failure to work on public
rade a misdemeanor. Reerred to com
mittee on counties and townships.
14 st4aarrow miaaxul u auapenaion of the
rules to take up a resolution for the adop
tion of rules for tbe government of the
House. The rnles wefe suspended.
'lW)Speaker announced that the House
would" ictetveTlnr-Senite at-12 m, fbr the
purpose of counting the ballots cast for
U S Senator, and requested that tile seats
on his right be vacated lor the purpose ol
giving seats to that body, an 1 furthar ac
tion on i he rules would be suspended.
Plie joint assembly of the two Hou.e
who announced tbe afijhsjAat the conven
tion. The cleks of the Senate and House
and their respective proceedings touching
the Senatorial election and ou comparing
the ballots the result stood as heretofore
reported and tbe President of the Senate
announced that Hon Z B Vance was duly
cleciffe to represent the State of North
Carolina in the Congress of United States
for six years commencing the 4th of March
1871. ... --7"
The Senate having retired, the reading
of the rules for the House was resumed.
The rules were separately read, amended
A message was received from the Sen
ate notifying tbe House of the passage of
Senate resolutions, No. 31, for tho reliel
of- Sheriffs of Northampton and ilkes,
and Senate Bill, No. 22, to provide for a
special term of the Superior Court of Da
" Mr "Brown moved tor tt -suspension of
the rules to pnt the Senate Bill on its s
veral readings. The rules were suspend
ed. Mr Sparrow offered an amendment to
the bill which was adopted.
The bill, wi sateitde1, than passed .its
second and third readings.
Mr Justice moved that the vote by
which the bill passed its third reading be
, Mr McAfee moved that '.he bill bejno
perly engrossed and transmitted to the
On motion of Mr Settle the rnles were
suspended Bad the resolution its reported
by the committee of Privileges nnd elec
tions in regard to the late election in Ala
Stance and Caswell counties was taken up.
Mr Justice moved tn ttrike out the
county of Alamance and refer it back to
the comrrtittpe nn the Judiciary.
A&ee a lengthy discussion Mr Dunham
called t lie previous question. The call was
sustained and the yeas and nays were
called and the motion iff Mi Justice was
lost by the following vote t yeas 27, nays,
The question then recurred on the reso
lution as it came from the committee. The
yeas and nays were called and the reso
lution was adopted by the f Hawing vote:
yeas, 76, nays, 27.
A message was received from the Gov
ernor announcing the death of Mr Wood
ward, member from Nash. t
The following committees were announ
ced: Committee on Claims. Messrs Settle,
Jones, of Caldwell, Atkinson, Gore, Vonng
ot Wake, Carson, Jones of Northampton,
Ldtsstter, Atwater, tsnxton and Wilcox.
Vommittee on Penal Institutions.
Messrs Jordan, Harris of Guilford, French,
1 Ionian i. Womack.Jelly f Moore. Banu,
Mabson, Martin, Stewart and Shall.
Committe on Corporations. Broad-
foot, HniMTion, Iti-fc Wiirif, Joyner
of Jehnssi', I'nrrie,
Johnson of Edgseom
If ill Toniliiiaan. Jcott
C'aw'iborns, .Im sf,, 6tUwJla PsrroM
Ellison, snd Harris, saaaiirst4. .
On motion, tbe Ilouss) siljourned
Grievance reported back the memorial of
Robert Ilea h, and were discharged from
its further consideration. t
Mr Lehman iniroduced a bill to consol
idato the A i Untie and i. G R. Ji. Ce
and i In- N i : U U. Relenul to com
mil tee on internal improvements.
Mr MeTrininti introduced a bill m ap
point a commission to investigate and a
certain what disposition has eem made
of the Stale bunds isaucd'.lo ntHsoad com
nauies siucc tbe lir.-t Jay of January,
1866, and for utiier pursosa atteferred
to the comiuiltc,. on isiaipal jmprove
Jtli Whiu'side uit4odaAUs1 lo reg
ulate per draw of nesjbens. aiung th
President of the Senate and lliatpeaker
of the House five dollars per Icy, and
each metrreet three dullsfs per dsyof se-
tiirl service, arid ten cenll a mHe. Refer
red to cnhitnlitfce on clahii.
Mr Albright introduced a bill to regu
late the per diem and mileage of members,
giving 86 per tlav to ItW presiding offi
cere, and S4 per tlay to members, and 10
cents a mile. Referred UsamnmiUee on
Claims. , i
Mr Merrimoti intmduesHr a bill Is abol
ish the common law right rtf rrower. Re
ferred to the committee nn the1 Judiciary.
Mr Ofds introduced a bfll to amend the
inspection law. Referred te. the commit
tee on Grievances . -
Mr Worth culled 'tip for first reading a
bill authorising tho commissioners of tbe
several counties of the Stat to appoint a
finance eemmttree. Referred to the com
mittee oti Finance.
Mr Whiteside iutrodnceff VQ-lo J)e
entitled an act to amend an act concern
ing tbe settlement of the estates of decca
ed persons Red-ned to (lie commillee
Mr Bellamy iny;m!iMd W res dation
(.incl ining leave ot saarssjre, pryivirnng
ease of absence, except when absence is
caused by eicknesi. i
The reus and nays were called for and
granted. , ,
The vote still pending Mr Noraeat ofH
fered a further proviso that leave of ab
sence shall not extend beyond six days.
The chair thought the resolution. must
be concurrent, as it affected the nay of
I he members and must therefore lie over
for one day.
Mr Love appealed fruni tbe decision of
The Senate suetaiuedjtbe chair and the
resolution lies over one day.
Mr Cook mtroduced a joint resolution
in regard to the special tax on whiskey,
brandy and tobacco.
Mr Battle introduced a resolution that
the committee ou ti e Judiciary be in
structed to report a bill for more effectual
ly enforcing labor on public Roads.
Adopted.-- . -
Mr Warren introdnced a resolution con
cerning the sab- of wnmp lands in. the
comities of Hyde, Tyrrell and Washing
ton. Lies over one flay.
Mr Graham asked" leave for the com
mittee on Judiciary to make certain re
ports. There heipg objection Mr Gra
ham reported a bill hi relation to munici
pal corporations, providing that no man
shall vote or hold nfficeVno is not a na-j
live born cUisen of the Uiiilrd States,niid
recommended its pnssnge.
By Mr Olds a bill tl extend the sus
pension of the Code of civil proceedings
in certain cases. Passage recommended.
Also a bill to allow the "transfer oCcer-,.
tain eases pending m the late courts of
equity. Passage .recommended.
By Mr Dargan, a bill for the removal
of certn in cases Troni one judicial district
to another. Passage recommended.
ill, to repeal' act regulating
of applying tor pardon. Pas
Also a bill
By Mr Love, a bill to repeal certain
parts of an ordinance ratified March 1868.
(Repealing the law authorising the Code
Commission to contract for printing.)
A message was received from the House
announcing that 'Senate bill concerning a
social term of the Superior Court of Da
( i Ison county had passed amended, and
asked concurrence. Senate concurred.
Tint joint resolution to raise a commit
tee on constitutional reVoi'iii was taken up.
Mr Conk said the conservative party
was'in favor of a Convention.
Mr Graham was unqualifiedly in favor
j of an unrestricted Convention.
Mr Worth and Mr Robbins, of Rowan,
were in favor ot a restricted Convention.
Mr Moore and Mr Olds thought there
could be no such thing as a restricted
Mr Merrimon was in favor of a restrict
Mr Mauney was in favor of a restricted
Convention if possible, bujVdor a Conven
tion at any rate.
Mr Speed was in favor ofa convention
of almost any sort, provided the home
stead be not interfered with.
.Mr Latham and Mr Whitesides spoke
in favor of a restricted convention.
Mr Norraent doubled lhe'poftcy of call
ing a convention, and should vote against
Mr Robbins of Rowan, moved to amend
Basra. it at wk.
wen were. -na aa i mmh ra 1 m-i J . lu. l iaaIax LL
mm i - iivii. ' ' i i.4a mms - - - - i wmi
Ml. MM mf mWli.AJjJM. .JP PI . J A JAL1" 1 ,
ry making tbe committee a joint commit
tee, composed of three en tbe part of tbe
Senate and fivs on tbe part of the House.
Mr Price moved to postpone further
eonsiderstion of the resolution till Thars
day next at 11 o'clock Lost
The resolution vat thsn adopted, and
the Senate adjourn! until to-tuorrow at
10 0 clocE.
Mr Sparrow, from the judiciary commit
tee reported and recommended tbe pas
sage o a bill for the purchase of s site
lor a light honse near Bodie's Island ; al-mJk-Ml
in reference to the city of Wil
mington. Mr Crawford from the committee on
engrossed bills reported that the resolu
tion request'ng the opinion of tbe Attor
ney Geiiersl iu refereuce to the W. (J. tfc
R. R. R., wss properly engrossed.
iNTRonrcnox or resolctioxs.
Mr McNeill introduced a resolution re
questing tbe finance committee to report a
bill concerning tbe special tax. Placed
on the calendar.
Mr Justice introduced a resolution rela
tive to the printing of the Treasurer's re
port. Placed OR the calendar
Mr McAfee introduced a resolution in
relation to salaries and fees of all Slate
officials. Referred to the committee ou
Salaries and Fees. "
Mi Harris, of Guilford, introduced a
resolution instructing our Representatives
iu Congress to use their influence to have
the C'ongresa create a Literary Fund for
Educational purposes. Referred to com
mittee on Education.
INTKOOCCTIOM or tiilis.
Mr HitfsSnM introduced a bill to amend
an act r.tulird no ihc i4ih of December,
1869, amendatory of an act inciMporaiiug
the town of Hickory Tavern. Referred
to judiciary committee.
Mr Johnstbn, of Buncombe, introduced
a bill to render valid and binding the acts
of certain ofaeer of the State-and for oth
er purposes. Refined lo the judiciary
Mr Jones, of Caldwell, introduced a
bill to incorporate the N. C. R. R. tc
Manf. Co. Referred to tho committee on
Mr Mailer introduced a bill requiring
that all State, county and municipal ofll-
cers shall be voted for on separate bal
lots. Referred to the! judiciary commit
Mr Sykes Introduced a bill concerning
cleiks for ihajrml.J&il'S ofljees. He
ti i red to committee on salaries and fees.
Mr Sparrow introduced a bill to repeal
an act to provide for holding municipal
elections iu North Carolina. Referred to
the judiciary committee.
Mr Anderson introduced a bill to pro
vide a salary for the Governor arid i reas
urer of the State
Refeired to committee I
on salaries and fees.
Mr Dickey introduced a bill to author
ize tbe lawful voters of tbe State to elect
their Judges of ibe Superior Court. Re
ferred to the iudiciarv committee.
Mr Justice asked a suspension of the
rafes to take up a resolution to have the
import of the State Treasurer printed,
f The rules were suspended and the res-
holutiou was adopted.
House bill requiring the Supreme court
o examine applicants to practice in the
Several courts of the State was referred to
femmittce ou judiciary.
IfHonso bill to restore the original char
ter of the Western Railroad was relened
to the committe on corporations
House 'resolution lo investigate the 'of
ficial conduct of Certain Mate officers in
reference to State bonds was referred te
the finance commillee.
House bill making 10 hours a day's
ork was referred to the committee on
' . .... ... . St. 1
House bill in relation to per diem and
ileagc, was referred lo tho commillee ou
ilaries and fees. - -
House resolution requesting the public
Treasurer to furnish the bouse with a
statement of tbe expenses incurred in tbe
late military movements iu this Stats,
passed its second reading.
House resolution in relation to printing
was- referred to committee ou priming.
He use resolution in regard to station
ery warlald on the table.
House resolution to fix the per diem
was referred to the committee ou salaries
and fees. ,
House resolution iu relation to station
ery for the use of the House was laid n
House resolution requesting our Rep
resentatives iu Congress to urge the pas
sage of a gspeial amnesty bill, was refer
red to the judiciary committee.
House resolution in regard to the prin
ting of certain reports was lid on the ta
ble. . a.
A message was received from the Sen
ate transmitting tbe following bills, and
asked the concurrence of the House :
Senate bill No. 4, entitled an act to in
corporate tho Independent Hook and Lad
der Company, No. of Charlotte. Re
ferred to the committee on corporations.
Senate bill No. tf,4n relation to the pur
chase of stationery. Heferred to tbe com
mitte on printing.
Senate bill No 2, to ameud the char
ter of the town ot Washington. Referred
to the committee on corporations.
,v8enfile bill No. 84Kto repeal chapter
58, laws of lbC '6J. Referred to the
Seoste bill No. 27, to extend the
r .. j-d-
lire a Ar ail nnvisv iw nmcar i ri es laa,
snd paying over tbe sftas for county par
pose for the conn ties of Alamance ad
Caswell. Referred to ta eommiltae on
Conn I ics and Townships.
Hons resolatioa in rfrnes to arint-
... .a . ,1
ling was laid on taa aaaas
h House rasolsAioa ia sasjaed to Hsssto li
brary. Passed seeood twaiksf.
House resolntjoii to laetraet ear Sena
tort in Congress In exercise their utmost
endeavors to bat remitted the itiiMas of
e Units Stolss dirasa tax on real
re, asaaaaapsaai m
,, a i..
resolution la isfsHBtaaS to tke
completion of the Western Division of the
W. N. C. Railroad. Passed its second
House resolution In regard to statione
ry wss referred to the committee on Pro
positions and Grievances.
House resolution in regard to certain
parts of the Governor's message referring
to the counties of Alamance aad Caswell,
wss, oa motion of Mr Robinson, postpon
ed until to-morrow.
Honse bill to be entitled sn act to cre
ate a mechanics lien law, wss referred to
tbe J udiciary committee.
House bill to repeal an act for the bet
ter protection of life and property was ta
ken up on its third reading. The yeas
and nsys were called and the bill passed
by be following vote:
'Those voting in the affirmative are
Messrs. Anderson, Armstrong, Ashe, At
waii i , Brooks, Broadfoot, Brown, Bryan,
of Jones, Bryson, Buxton, Cawlborn.Car
son, Chamberlain, Cliuard, Copeland,
Crawford, Currie, Dickey. Duckworth,
Dunham, Fare, Gambrel, Garrison, Gat
ling, Gore, Grayson, Gregory, Hampton,
Harris of Franklin, Harris of Guilford,
Hardy, Henderson, Houston, Hill, John
ston of Buncombe. Johns, Jones of Nor
thampton, Jones of Caldwell, Joyner of
Johnston, Jordan, Kelly, of Davie, Kelly
of Moore, Kelscy, Kiocadc, Lucas, Luck
ey, Mai tin, Msrler, Maxwell, McAfee,
McCauley, McNeill, Morris, Mills, Mitch
ell, Nicholson, Parrott, Phillips, Powell,
Rankin. Reid. Rcean. Robinson. Scott,
Settle, -hull, Smith of Anson, Smith of
Wayne, Sparrow, Stanford, 8tewarlyl om
liuson, Waring, Welch, Wilcox, Womack,
Young of Ymcey, and York 79.
- Those who voted iu the negative were
Messrs. Bryant of Halifax, Bunn, Gollis,
Dudley, Ellison, Faulkner, Fisher, Good
wyn, Harerove, Justice, Lyon, Mabson,
Korean, of Montuomerv. Morgan, f
Wake, Nisson, Page, Reavis, Robbins,
Smith of Halifax, Sykes, Tqcker, Wil
lis and Williamson 23.
The House then adjourned.
Tbe Nt C. Conference of the M. E.
Church, foath, which met in Greensbor
ough on the 23d alt., bad a very harmo
nious session, and got through a good
deal of work pertaining to tbe good of tbe
Church in the bounds of the Conference.
The Conference adjourned oh Tuesday
night at 11 o'clock, after reading out the
list of appointments ior tbe ensuing year,
aa follows :
RaleicH District N F Reid, P E.
Raleigh Station L S Bnrkhead.
Wesiey Chapel S R Trawick.
Wake Circuit J T Harris.
Roles ville J J Uenn.
Smithfield - J EJ'bsropson.
Tar Rfw-lwJ Caraway.
Louisburg O J Brent.
Granville A D Betts.
Henderson II H Gibbons.
Nssh Z Rash.
-Reek Spring Mission M J Hunt.
Wilson Mission, to be snpplied
,1 II li ibbitt, editor Christian Adeoeate.
J Reid and 8 Leard, Agents Sundsy
Greensboro Distbict W H Bobbin,
Greensborn--J A Cunningham.
Guilford Circuit C H Phillips, N II
Trinity Coliegs and High Point, to bs
ThomastiHe C M Pepper.
Davidson R G Barrett.
Ashboro D C Johnston.
Forsyth E H Helsebee.
Winston W w ATDea
Stokes To be supplied by T J Gibbs.
Madison F 1 Rid.
Wentworth J W Lewis.
Uwharric Mission J F Keerans.
B Craven, President Trinity College.
I T Wyche, Agent Bible Society:
Hillsboro' District W Barriager, P
Hillsborey L W Crawford.
Alamance -T.J Gattis.
Chapel Hill and Haw River J B Mar
Dnrhams Jolin Tillet.
Eittsboro' W H Moore.
Franklinsville E A Howland.
Leesburg J H Wheeler.
Person M CP Thomas.
South Guilford S C Bynm. - - ...
High Rock Mission A Norman.
Salisbury Distbict M L WoodP E.
Salisbury J W Wheeler
Rowan and Union C Plyler and T C
Mocks ville J S Nelson.
Jonesville To be supplied by Milts
burry V Ji Maynard.
Mount Airy 8 D. iVler.
a a ! vr a
Alexander J N Artmon.
Iredell J P Si
Wilkes Geo E Wychc.
Shelby Drstmirr-E W ThiWajiiii, P
Skalby drat-J i Irwfta.
Lsaeolaton W D Lea.
t-J W Al
Rock Sfwksjr T P Riea
Dallas J T Mcllheoy.
Laenoir rb BSSSBMa
Newton t) It.
SW HoaS M Davbx,
aiatsBMiacr u w ivi
A M Long ah4
Rutberfoid V A Sharp.
Columbus Mission To be supplied by
D C Stinson.
Cherry Mountain G B England.
South Mountain To be sspplisd by
L O Whit. ,J'
W M Robey, President Dsvenport IV
male College. !
Charlotte Distbict W 0 Blsck, P.
E .'- a
Charlotte W A Mangum. T'
Charlotte col. Miss'n To bs sspplisd.
North Charlotte M H Hoyts.
Pfneville W 8 Haltoas.
Booth Charlotte R M Brown. -f f
Monroe E F Dixon.
Monroe sir. To be supplied. t 14s
Pleasant Hill C E Laaxb. rt .
Concord D R Brulon. : .atat '
Mt. Pleasant T A Boon. ' .
Albemarle J C HartselL sW
Ansonville-J W Pewett.
Wades boro-W V Sberrill aad
Fayettevili.e Distbict J P
Fayettevillo J E Mann.
Cumberland H P Cola.
Robeson W M Jordan.
Rockingham T W Guthrie.
Montgomery B C Phillips.
Uwharrie -J B Alford.
Troy Mission F C Moses
oa mn i
Deep River - L II Gibbous.
Jonesboro' B Culbrcth, Gaston Far
rar, sup. '
Buckhorn J W Avsnt.
Lauriuburg, to bo supplied.
Wilmington District W CIoss, P E.
Wilmington R S Moran.
Fifth Street F H Wood.
Topsail-R 8 Webb.
Kenans ville J B Bailey.
Magnolia A A Boshammer.
' Clinton JC Thomas.
Bladen C M Anderson.
Elizabeth A K Mnrehison.
Whitesville, to be snpplied.
8uiiihville-F H Wiley W R
Onslow R T N Stephenson.
Cokeibury John D Bute.
C F Deems Church of tbe Strangers,
New York City.
Nxwbxbx Distbict E A Yates, P E.
Newbern L L Hendren.
Beaufort J W Jenkins.
Straits W M D Moore.
Trent W F Clegg, John Jones, sap.
Kinston W D Meacbam.
Jones J J Carden.
Snow Hill W 8 Chaffin.
Newbern Circuit to be supplied by W
Swift 'reck Mission-N A Hooker.
Lenoir D Culbrcth.
GoMsboro' J R Griffith.
Wilson C C Dodson.
I H rrf
Everetuville J R Brooks.
Wayne Jno N Andrews.
Washington District S D
PR, , at J J i a
Y : r1I net An an A
" aaiaBjwas RHU VlWVUf tli 44
Call. -i'1 V
Neuse-T B Reeks. -Wswnton
-H T Hudson. '
Warren Circuit R A Willis.
Roanoke W C Gannon.
Tarboro Joseph Wheeler.
Williams ton-- J Mahoney.
Plymouth J P Heitmon. ,
Columbia To be snpplied by F A Aa
Mattamnskeet A R Raven. iMt'
Portsmouth, Oeraeoke and Hatters) ft
C W King.
Bath R H Bibb.
. Snperiu'endent of the Mission to the
colored people ia Virginia and North
Carolina, R O Burton.
Transferred to South Carolina Confer
ence, R P Franks, A P A vent, J Finger,
F M Kennedy. R R Pegncs, R R Dag
nafl aud E J Meynardie.
Transferred to White River Conference
t-J J P rather.
The next session of tbe Conference will
be held in Charlotte.
Snittfe States fnlmtal grttmie.
Coi.lbctor's Office, 8th Dist., N. C.
Salisbury, Nov. 38, 1870.
The property described in the following list
has been seised ss liable to forfeiture for viola
tions of the Internal Revenue laws of the Uni
ted States. Any person or persons claiming
said preperty or any portion thereof are hereby
notified to appear and make such claim within
thirty days from the first publication of t his no
One Still and Fixtures, seised 6th Sept, 1870,
st the Stilt House of Juhr. R. Jordan, in Davis
County; the said John R. Jordan being the os
Oa Still snd Fixtnrea, seised 6th 8ept. 1870,
at the Distillery of Eno Etchiaon, in Davis
County, the owner thereof being unknown.
Also, Three Barrels of Brandy, seised in OtaJ
lotte, N. ('.. oo or about tit 88th of Oct. 1870,
owner unknown. S A MI. H. W1LKY,
48:3t Collector 6th Dial. X. C
Remor?J ! J. A. Stockton
HAM RKWOVKP jI Tailorins EMiMiassaeat to
tbr afllre inCowai.'a Brick Fw Sai sisrti
by f. II. Stwagao. tram a will e pleassd tosss
all bia old patrora and others. U work doac ia
tbe beat and late, t atykaa at rsaaoaable price aad
l- Civa sat s tali. sot IS Sat