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OWrtnary ir, orrr air Itaea, ckarfHi
aiailvarliiwinctita.
roXTKACT RATES.
iiiiiiilrr. and inn inilKI in clxiuo, T.rulr
rtiiauvi, iimiiwinx ilia iti Kumpmn nor
eliM (tJit 4ii'il-., ami iruuil allvuliuu gitrn.
Man-li III, 171. -Jlww.
If Br.kfM and iinfr .1 Matfvil.
tapt 83. 1170,
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BARBEE S HOTEL
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iik;ii point, x. c.
rrosrn: iiailuoad dhtot.
Ten pacts from where Utc Curs stop.
Beat cfportiT. In ttniln( iitall lraln.
Mail hlii)(r. for SaU ui Iriiv. tlii. li"U- luilr.
Paawnferailiiat'hri) to n) jioiul ut nUort nollcf
kf priral. ronvvranre.
(ratafal fur Ike lilml pntion.it-f ol li e put r
aaMbrh' t attpittiim t il"- :il-' f our smLi
ta Merit a cuiitiiiiiaiu r of tli mi e.
wji. i;. i:.ti.iir::.
Jaa. I. IS7U -ir ri...nrtor.
CAPJ THE CRAVE
r'fc?Vy I IF IT CAN. rnll llic oiilisrri-
llr IU'lt'lf 1 1 K lilM i)i ii 1 1 ;i
dii,a'''iii'iil, iiinl gr tiIim . f liix
('hull). Ilantlitr uii'l ll'tmhume
Muimnifntii. Tmiiliii, r lira l-!i'iK-, at jiri
Cri that will il'fy c-oinjit I iti.in.
. , All kinds uf inarbl s work al rojncpd pi U ca.
Ordi-ra miiritl mid jirmnpflr nt finloiM tn.
Call and t-XHiiiiiiv! Iiis "ih and l .-ir lii
price beforr buying Im-wIuti-. Sati-lactiim
guaranteed.
Yard naarly npiMisite the .Market-lln'ise.
JNO. II. III'IS
Jan-.1-.1in Saliyhnry. N. C.
Removal ! J. A. Stockton
HAH KRMOVKtl hi TxilnriHir IVtil.lii. n into
taa nfnre in Cii iiu'h l!ri k I mv loi im-rlv i i n. i l
by F. II. Sir.iL'ne. wlnie lie will im i1i iimmI Iumt
all bia old iirtrnrm nml mh, r. .A I nk 1. 1 m- in
the lieat ami lnt-t -ivlr.il rfnsoiuil.'e pin h iimU
aatl.lartion iiBiiinl.'Ci!.
t3Oive Die a call. ' nil ISrfim
To the Stockholders of the XV. N.
0. XUillroad, (Eastctn Division.)
N(KI 11 I'AKtU.IS.V, (
Y'ahki.i (Vh vtv. I In I'mbate Court.
Jot. Wflllnma. Jr. IM.infifT.
lUlUHMt. ...
John T. NVil liaiim, t'Mlliarine I. Willimni
and llll.'ii II. i',:.uii. u .ir.la Di fviidanln.
IVlili.'Li foi ululiii acciiuiil tiled Feb 14.
Jn7l.
It Hije.iriii ! tin- f "t.iirt, that the almve
naml d. r. iii!.uiH. J. T. Wllliittnn nndl.
YV i 1 1 i i t ... an- tn.n -riident. of this Stnte.
It n theref.'re .inlnriMl '(ml tl e mniiioii in
thin imw be i.l!iilii'd t. r aix uli'fi 'Mlf
week in " I'lie I ilii .V.itli State," a new '
iaer iib!l.hed in J.il.f bury. N. l'ar-lii.n.
.uiiinioiiiii" tin in ti he n ml a)'enr at the
ollioe uf the I'ri.hate .Indue uf Yadkin
c ninly. at the ('ulirt llmi.e. in Y'lulkinville
within 'JO day af;er the w rvire by thi.
iiieiins. uf the .niiiiiiMtix mi tin in. exi'luirire
uf the day such -erviiv, and aiihrr nr
demur t the .aid I'rtitiuti utherw .ie the re
lief ih inandrd in tli r tnji1iii tit herein will
be granted.
IV iliieim, J. A. Margin. J'ldjfe of l'pibntp of
hl'u Cuiirt. Ml ullii'e. al Yiulkinville, Feb.
14th, 171. .I.V.MI.-i A. MAIM IN.
Fr.-fee ,J lit I'lubate .Jii.Il'm.
R. W. BEST & CO.,
nMuair, x. c,
AUCTION COMMISSION -
I e rcl an f s,
soli., t roiiKitri.ttii'iiiN oT
Corn. Fiottr aadTrodncc Qencrally.
oBowan, f kiuttcr,Trj, W4JcH, War.
rfi, Vlltc.ldri tod Worib-30." ;
JVI G nitty U.rt. 'arnrtt, Battler.
Hrllamy, Jlioilm, Qook, Colr, Eppea,
KlftDDjInp, Gilmer, llaaklna, Ifman,
Kinjf, Iehman, AlcOotl r,' Moore, Nor
toriit, OIJi, l'rlco and bj 'fd 19.
t "XtU . Tk l faawtll. Ar
rrftlnf John Krr and frcntrca otkrr
clllietn of that county .- ;''
Vote. , '
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Mini 17- .tin
YTherea., oi'iordinjr to the jirnviii n ; of an
Aet iritifli-d "An Ai t (r the lin.i lit of the
YT eaUr'ifSnrttf tiroltrm Kailrnnrt (Vimpnry,"
pan.ed by thl preeent (ri-iieFal AeiH-mbly , mi y
tbree feUickbolilerMif mid Coinj'miv limy pive
notice ft thcrol n jtro -i 1 il, i l a nu i liiip ol tlie
fitockbaldtTKiUKiiiiJ touij'.'i' .v : Tl.i.-i- there
fore to ootily the StwRlmhlej of aul Coiniii
ny U meet ia ik town of .irttrrniry, coui'ty of
Kawau. uu Tu.uHday.tht-. 4ih day -ol A pril. I -T I ,
fo the pi)rins(Mif tat;ilipititocoli-iih'latin; t In
pro. biiwiK of )tMl Aft , ihI to t raiiKt impor
tant busiiiiiKH fur the t-oiiipiiny.
,JIUJJT,.IMTTO.A. JL. Li. ,11 A 1. 1 III . liXU. ,
K. f. JCK-ilX,- A. M. KW WIN,
, r ISO- CARSON, A. C. A VEStY.
Feb. 2r., 1H7I !:.t.
BROOMS! BROOMS I!
mav ai:i:aN(;i.mknt.
Iir W l". iii.-uh- Mir iiii iiKtits with Mi -it
Mi l 'ubhin., Snlliv.in - A ( o.j of S;ili!'Mirv,
N. ('., In keep a full -u ly "of niv in:ike of
UroouiH C'on-laiilly on hand, and to liil any
order at my factory prin i iihi r holiale or
ritnil. ,
I have reihienl the prire of all eln'. of my
lirouiim and olR r errnt iiidiieeiiirnt to the
whuleale I rude. My Hiwiih have triken the
I r 1 1 l u n i al all the I . ill wluic- tiny have
hein hIiuwii.
.1. I!. U'ATSnN.
. Sulinbury.X.CManli .liiTJ. lra ll
Disolntion of Partnership.
Till! ',irliii rhip heretofore exi-linp helweeii
IMPEACHMENT
Conrii tiun ( II. W. Jfohlrn on Six oj
the jJiftlit Articles.
THE JUDGMENT.
I'AUDY JUfTICK COMK AT LAST.
Yi iterday tlir Trial of Impeachment of
(;..v. Y. Y. 11 olden canto (b a cloc.
The Court was crowded to lU utino.i ca
pacity mid the ruost inlen.e intirect wan
m.iiiifi eted in the rreult. (iuod order pre
vailed, and the decorum liitli ever cliar
actci ii. a North Cnrolina auilii hci a c!mr
acirrized tliin, the niot iinporiatit event
in North Carolina Lietuiy Tin. Old North
Slalt-'fiaa led "iht4 VaifTn tua'iiy nohle ucl;
die now lende I tie Atucricuit nation In!
hiinioK to junlict- aud ineiiieil punish
llirnl the Chlel Kxei-Hlive of it .Stale.
The .Senate hi a Court of I mpencliiiient I
met al 11 o'clock, Chief Juglicu l'curaon
in the chair.
(In a tall of the roll forty-iiim- Senator
1 W I ' i I ... ... I
weie lou i nl in-cni, .nr. rij-tiu-, (uep.j of
Northampton alone beinp ahgent.
The following ia a liet of .Senator, a
politicully claKcifiid :
I -fX SK H V A Tl V E I! A I)IC A
i;i.(i a coi;i.i:n.
uiiitinl t'oimi nt.
March fi, 1S71.
hi il.iv diMilvid bv
M. lMN'ii,
11. C. ro!.i:S,
r."(;oi.nsMrni.
PENSIOW W0TICE
ofter bur ferrieea to tlie Vtildiers
i-rior
. uurt.
YVe ofter bur wrrioea to the V'tildiers and
'' wTftoW t)f wittier ortrfe'writ 'of "UV obtain
the pen.ion. provided (nr hv ihe late Ai t ol
curtgrwa. IlOYDrN A I1A I I.KY, .
March 3 2m' Atlornrvn.
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K0UT1I CAttOIJXA. I In the S.tpi
, .MTOOKFHY vCoi;ntv. Cuurl
KettfGllui.'Adit.'r. of I
Daaiel 1 Coi hra i ( i
against ' l'elition to m-ll real
Calvin J. Cochnvtl j 1 estate for aoetn.
and oilier. r
"i x'drtkrof'J'Mblir',,tii,H
Id thia ruse it appearing that J. I!. Coeh-
u u i ' ' m- . i . i. . i. .
rail, Ul uwit i,i ii(oii;i; ,o . voeiiiitn. iii"iien-.
. 'of Tarry if inta! ami the heir of p. j. Coehran.
... arc hbira at law of I).1 It. toe In an ileeea-eil, j
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KIN'iJ .1 COIJf.KNH (iume all liahiliiios of
the linn, and would ruspeet fully fait nttcntion
lo thtfir i.prinl tock, which tln-y are daily re
wrvinjfNTmMK.ii, "ciiinc"'.carly and ive us ii
call. .
' ilANIKL C. (X)I!I.i:..S.
L.tioLDSMITII. . ilarch (V, 187J. 12-yt.
Messrs. v
Adlllli',
Albright,
Allen.
Hallle,
Ul'OWII,
Cook,
Council,
Cowh ti,
Crowell,
( 'nri i;,
I lii rrin,
Kdwurdi,
FIi-iii luing,
(itiner,'
fim-bam f -Alum'cr,
(iialiutn, of Oiangi-,-.
.Join-,
Latham,
Ledbi tier, 1
Liiincy, ,
Love, !
Mnuney, I
T'JtClauimy,
f
II M
'fh e firm ptom of Liver
leoniplaiut nl-e uiieiDinn
mil pain in tlie mile.--
SoineliineH the pain U in
I lie ulionlder, mid Ik niis-
thu .stoiluieh isnllieled
Messrs.
Harnett,
ISeaeley,
liellainy,
Itrofrdoii,
Kppe, (colored)
Ma wkinp,
llyinan, (colored)
Ku.p,
Lehiiian,
Mc( 'otter,
Moore,
nid
l'rii-e, ( colored)
t'ljThe, tnbi'iit)7
and are ilf.n-reMiletrts of the Mate ot X'ortl
Carolina. It in t'lereforn onlereil that pnl.liin- j
tion be made in the '-ONI North State" m-n
paper for U nreeive ive.-ks v q iiiinir s.'.i l
paiflo.Ui appp'af irTtie Tiftli i- of the I'leiK ol
i, - c... ..r . . ..... r ... i f l . .. r.
Mill OUIICnur I OIll I I ! . i.e I H, : ui .iiim . I -mil- . . . . .
I,-,M., l. I -"A .I"-. u
un ui, i nun- liti
taken lor Vheiiuiuiieiii,
with hw of nppelite ami Kicknohx, hoMilic in
"eliiTiil eo-iive. soiiK-tinieM iilui'iiiiting with lax.
ti tle' tieiiiT i tftliirireiT
Fuilh imiu Mlol .lull lien-
i v m n.-.ition, euii.idera-
jliie In. of memory, c-
-llT-lliillu-u Willi NIJIIIlll
i li.-ii in,' e ii umluiic- suiiielhiii); wlueh
' e Im ii done. I 1 1 1 1 i 'iiuiii iinini; of
ind low Kpirils. Sunn tiims
LIVE IT.
.lerninon
Moichi-ad,
MutpLy,
Noiinent,
Uo jLius of Dflviil'ti.
kolibiiiM ot ltowan,
Skinner,
Speed,
Iroy,
W uddoll,
Warren,
Whiieeide,
Worth.
Carrie, Uarjraa, Kdwarda, Hdraer, Ora
Uam, of Alauiance, Qralaim f Oianf,
Jonet, Iatham, l-dbttter, Linny, Ioe,
Mauuev, McCiaiMMtr, Merriinou, More
Iwad, il urphy, Uolbim of Davi-I.an.Ilob-Liua
of Jtowun, 25kiun r, 8ja-cd, 'J'roy,
Watlilttl. Warren, Whiu.idta and Worth
y m S f a. . aea--ai1
Xot GttHfi Mraart. Darnett, Ik-aaVy,
Rettamy, Ilropdeii, fVnk, ('ole. r'ppen
Flrmuiiiiir, llawkina, IlymaiV Kinjr.Lili-
man, Mrt'nltrr, Moore, Normcnt, did
nd I'ricc 17.
Art. j. ( ulawlulir armttnr in the
couuly of Oranft. JoaUh Traer, Jr.,
atxl iuiprieouiog brra.
V0TB.
Guilty ilrfira. Adam., lltiitkt, Al
len, liatlle, Urowo, Cook, Council, Ci'wlen,
CrowtU, Cut r k-, Dargau. Uuparda,! Jitu-
iiiinjr, (ulinrr, Crahnm, of Alamance, dra
h.tm ol Oranpe, Joiira, Latham, Lidbet
ter," Linticy, Iovc, Mannry, McClatimy,
Mcrrituon, Moorr, Monhead Mnrphy,
Normenl, Hobbina of Ilnridaon, ItoLbina
ol Kowan, Skimirr, Speed, 'J'roy, Wnd
doll, Warrto, Whitraidea, Wrlh 37.
Xot iiutltg Uraara. JJarut-tl, lWanley,
Jlillamy, llropdcn, Kppt. Uawkin, 1 1 v-
man, K ti i r, l.cliDi.ui, .Mc(. otter, Old mid
I'rice -12.
''Art I. 1'nlawfully nrrettnp aud de
taining, in the county of ("aawcJI, Johu
Kerr aud three other citizens."
V0TK.
0 titty Mer. Adam, Albright, Al
len, liatlle, Ilrowii, Council, Cnwill,
Curl ie,Iargan,Ld aid, (i iliuer,(irahani,
if 'AUnHiuaerCralmm 4 f Irane.onea,
Latliani.Leiihetler.lyiiiiit-V, Love,Miiu V,
McClannny, Merrimnn, Alnrekead, Mnr- '
phr, Noiinent, HobWtt ff 1 )nvidm, !
Uobbih of Itow.m, Skinner, Spi-rrl.Troy,
Waddcll, Wurrtn, Wl.tt..-.idci, Worth
J3.
.YU Ieverer-lkf net t, lW-a.lejr
lklhiuiyt. lrrvcdi:'JJ-j4owj'wi-.(4Mat
Flemminp, Haw kin, ilynian, King, Leh
man, McCotter, Moore, ( lid.", " I'lice 1G.
"Art. . I!ffiiing to obey the writ of
Imliens r h-hu in the c.i -e of Adoljiliu.i (I.
Moon-:"
VOTK.
(ivV.v-t-Mesr. AdaiiiP, Albright, Al
len, .Ihiltle, Itiown, ( 'tick, Council, C"k li s',
Crowell, t 'mi if, ll.ugan, Ldwardii, l'lem
minp, (iilmer, (irahaui of Alamance, (i ra
il am of Orange, Hawkinii, .loin .,I,hiIiiiiii,
Lcdbetter, L' hiriaii, Linney, Love, Mau
ney, McCl.immy, McCotter, Merrimon,
lloore, Morchend, ,Mui:hy, Nornienl,
Uobbins of 1 lax ideon, Jtobhina of Iluwati,
Skinner, Speed, 'I roy, Watldell, Wurit-n,
Whilceideg, Worlh 40.
Xift (iuiltg-'SU-rtiri. llartie.t, Ili4Mley,
ll llainv, ' lii ogdcn, Kppe, King, Olds,
l'nei !).
"Art. 0. For refiiciug to obey the writ
ot hnlicus rnrjiits in the ca?o of John Krrr
und eihlt-c-n other citizens of Chhwi-H
county."
VOTK.
- Guilty - Meif. Adams AlbrighT, Al
ltojiiariul -4u4vJaw',-JT'''k, t'onti
cil, Conh, Crowell, (.'trrric, Ihirgan, Kd
warda, . Flemming, (tilmer, (Imliiim of
Alamance, (irnhnin of Orange, Haw kin,
.lone, Latham, Ledhetter, Lehman, Lin
ney, Lovi',Iaiiiit-y,Mi- 'lainmy, .Mi-Cottirj
Lata of O rail re. Jaaea. Iibam. Lrdbot
Icr, IJiiury, Loe, kUaaay, alcCIauaij,
klcrriiBon, AlorclaJ, Marphy, Norturul,
lioDblna ol Uavklaan. KaLbiua of Uowan.
Skinner, Kpawl, 'J'roy, Waddall, Warren,
It' I.I. 1. 1 I t ".I. nn
n.iwiHiri .im 1 vriu V.
.Vol Gttiltf - Mceara. liame tt, Ijalry,
Dellamy, Dropden, F.pea, llawkiua, Uy.
nan, Kinr, Lvbaian, McCotter, Moore,
OMa und lVlca-13.
Tin Chief Jnitlco ilea annonnved that
d
olilta
right articlra of Impeachment, two-third.
of the Senators Toting hariog coenrml.
TIJK JU1HJMKXT.
Mr. Manager Sparrow then roae aoJ
ai !
Mr. Cmrr JrrncB ami StATos:
.Ia. kaviuK itt4L.AtuMUMcU by Atw vcLaic
that tha drfendAnt naa Lorn convicted on
.il of the eight artklra of Impearhnient
preterm! - again. I hno, Iho Manager,
epvukinz throUL-h uie, a their Chairman.
in tho unina of the llou.o of lUpreenta
live and of all the people of North Caro
lina, do demand that the Senator proceed
lo judgment against th IUpoud;nt on
tin hi conviction.
Senator Graham tkertupou offered the
following order
Tiik State of Xobth Caroika,
Tint Scxatb ok North Caholixa,
March 82, 1871. j
The State t s. )!'. uw W. UMcn.
WrERKAs, The Houe of Keprenetita
(atirc of the Slate of North Carolina did,
on the 20;h day of J)erctuber, 1870, ex
hibit to llic iSenntd articles of impeach
ment nn,nnt William W. Hnlden, (Jot
ernnr ot .North t arolina, and tlie said
crate, after a full hearing and i in partial
trial hiiH, by the votes of two-third of
the member present, this day determined
that the said William W. Hnlden ia rilil
ty as charged in the 3d, 4lh, 5th, Cth, 7th
nnd 8:li of said articles ;
Now, therefore, it is adjudged by the
Senate of North Carolina, 'tiling as a
Court of luiearhmeni, at their chamber,
in the citv "f II;ireTgT,-4rtiit the mid Wil
liam W. )lol,l en be removed from the of-
ice of Governor and be dieoualificd to
htild any oilicu of honor, trust or profit
under tho Slate of North Carolina.
It in further ordered that a ciy of thjs
judgment he, eiirollcJ and certified by the
( hit I Juatice, as presitliiip olllccr, and tl
l-li-ali"li
oul:Ii( lo I
Wl .ikln-. ih hilllv
'neiliy. ol ihe al.o'.
iii.l ai miier time
lii i r is t'i in i ,1! v
-;. rnptoni" iittend lli
vn v l'V of tht in
lire I 1' 111 IllO.-t involved.'
arr at tho nMiirt-hin i'n T
ai.t duy of April nnd an-ci I In- i.onii!.iiiit ol t
tlie Flaiulitl, or Uwi tHwie wiil ho heuiil eKpMrle j
as to tlieni, I
M'itUP. C. C W'aih-. Clerk of suil-'uiirt at !
ofllce iu Troy im thi the ;t, I ot M in !i l7 I.
4 i.r. M'AI.K.f. . c l
MoiifiTouiery Cu'iulyN
P. J. PKMr.rtiT"N,.ltirney-l'o)i I'laiiitiil. '
- It tiUp. f.-f H .pii. " '
Southern Land Agency,
hi
PKKHilKK WIIIIX; In u t:.i,e Sin T I IVi
I. AM'S. will itft i- e :" t" . I ' lli-vl". I 'lav. anil
A llaaham. who. it- i ri p H,. pUi nil i ry
lnrajratN a. it teirar-t n ihw ilitv A.-.-
AH 'etleni .'tiln-4,1- lo 11 i in. ul (ii;i p!i
iaeive ironi.r nioeTMi.
I K A Wt i HI 1 1 A- I'l I M. I.HM-.t
BoTtS:lr S.iV-lmrv. a Ii loin'y
!(lNS'
l it ieFfffi-VTK,
a pii piiialii.il ofroou and hi ri., warranted to Ik
l r i-l ly veelahlv, and inn do no injury to any
one. It ,a 1-tt'UAi.i d hv Imtii'trwfVaittlklHiwii
for tin- l i-t u year a one of the iuot reliable,
t tiieneitiiiK and KarmhRK on paratiotw ever o(
ferwl lo il.i liitli i i(i).'. Il l.ikeii nguhirly and
per-Kti ' Iv it iv vii,.,. iu v
1 - pi p-ia, lie a il a c h e,
,'ir.ll' e.nt'i VI in ,ii k
!.e:i.hi..i
The Court then proceeded to Vofc On
t Ik Articl' of-fanwacliBieiit ae-r-Mtentr - -
In giving the votes, ao prefix a briif
? ruopei of the ui licle on which ihe volt
is given : '
'.'Al.'Tifl.'-: I. Ifaiing nnlawTnl nrtned
hof'ii s of troop nnd cnnseVsidy declaring
the founly ol Alamance in n ftate of in-
iliseiwe. j Kin n etion, imii nffei ward unlawfully ar-
blit the i ,,.slit,r? f .TieleiV It f ilrr,i"v -. j , t ei.rl.l r.r.iw.
e --" J ' -r--"j
other ciiizeint-of A hujiiiiice ami unlawfully
rfif aimrg llw m.'wtirTT flierrWiis fiO TtisHr.
reclioti .-ind vi hen ihe civil i flieerK of the
law were iii t lie lull eercie of ull their
functions."
The fiit article ln ing- n-ad, the. Clerk
j Hcgnlatot4.
i
Mt.-iTinioi), Moore, Alorthcad, Murphy,
X oi m eti t , I udibins of la v Id it, II ' hbin
of .ICowau'i SV'll'iCr.S e(l,'ripyt W'ilddtll
Warrrii, Whiteeideg.atiit Worth -II.
Aof Guilty Messrs. Iteinlny. )i' hnny,
Hiogdeiij FprHH vrniir, linjr, Olds and
iVice- S. " . " '"' -
"Art. 7.'For unlawfully reriuitiiiu a
large body of tninpsTnu'tr'lhis Stale and
ttie ' State of I nnirsriee and placing iu
comnmnd, of 'them one" Kirk mtd other
desperadoes from the State of Tt nnessee;
for unlawfully arreting and imprisoning
John Kerr and many oors ; for hanging
by the neck William 1'atton, Lueien II.
AJmray and otheTsxfr throsting In a
loathsome dungeon Josiah Turner, Jr.,
nrrrl F. A. Wiley ; and, w ithout lawful
atrb-i4yrfr-wfc
David A. Jt-ukins, Treasurer of the State,
for seventy thoirsand dollars or more to
pay hi. said unlawful troops.""
Toto.
6'7-TMessr Adtns, Allui"hf, Al
len, IhiiTh-, I'iowp,CiokVC'iuiicif,Ciiwle,
( rmaffTf torrfrvrlargnn, FdjvimKfVihni r,
(jiahjini-ff- Alam-irii'liiriihain of Orange,
.!oui1, Lalhain, Li dbetU-r, Liniiey-Iiove,
Jlanney, Met lummy,. MrCotter, Merti-
iiu in M i u ejien d, ., Sl urp Lav JSurun-u tr Unb-4
bins of I liivnlfon, ttoMnna of Idrwau,
Skitiu. r. Speed, Troy, M'Idel.l, Warren,
Whiteside and Worth .'!('. ..
Sol f7iry ti-Bsrii.i tariK'tt,' ik-aKler;
trmgrteTi, Lpi-, Flc-nnninc.;
1 Haw kiif, Ilym.tn. King, Ldim.ui, Moore,
Olds- .nid l'ri'-i" -LI
i .
rSreclrmlCWk. lia biate,a tbatl i,rl"c,t'
a.. a m a waff 4a ' as j r r ,
sucii certined copy oe depositt-a in tlie
oilier- of the S.icr'elary of State.
On the adoption of this order the yen
and nays were called, and the following
is the vole :
Yeas Mescrs. Adams, Albright, Al-
I.... t',.,1.. llP..... I'..,. I. IV. f '-.!..
II U, IMIMI , ,111... H,V IWft, VI'WIIOI,V llPj
l.iowtU, ( unit-, Jl.irgan, l.d wards, r k-ui
tiling, Gilmer, Graham of Alamance,
Graham of Orange, Jones, Latham, Led
better, Linnev,Lovf,Matiiiey,Mc(.'lHinmy,
Meiriinon, Morehead, Murphy. Nnru-t-nt,
Ilohbius of I.iviil.on, Ilobbiiis ofKowan,
Skinner, speed, 1 ry, W ad del I, Warren,
Whiteeidcs, Worth 3(.
Nays Mesri. Harnett, IK-ssley-p-ilel-lanij',
Urogdeii, Fppes, Hawkins, Ilynian,
King, Lcliinun, JlcCotU-r, Moon-, Olds,
Frio. 11.
'I he judgment was duly ratified nnd
announced by the Chief Justice, and then
after the transaction of some routine buei-
iicss the Senate, citlinir ns a Court of
IinH'acliu:t-nt, adjourm.-d sine die.
Front th Ilally Ttlegeaut.
Till tUui which Hon. Jos. (1. Abbotl,
lata Senator in Congress from tbl State,
sell op lo the vacant teat from North
Carolina, i based altogether ou false
premise. The fentkma reader Lin
self painfully, not to say ridiaaloaa In the
matter, and few of bis (tl party, we
leara, snstala lira, or lepport his preten
tlont in the affair.
U would have belter become Oeneral
AMxtt to have rraeefullr vlrlded LU seal
at Ui eoBciuamu wrina lAimm eV'i
to bis adoptei home lo pursue lata aiaterl
al inleresi among ihe tieople wltk whom
lie bat east his fortunes j and while saany
of ns thiuk he could have better swryrd
the State at homo than In the Senate
Chamber, ret in ike faithful and worthy
effort of the eitlien to build op thecouu-
(ry,Vitf uo'uM'.ouiif forgot tlie tatifalei"
and snort coiuuics oi Hie omcij.
We observe that Mr. Abbott is advised
to return to his native home Mew Hamp
shire; and loud the weight of bis presence
and influence toward resuscitating the
Krpubliean pany In that Stale. We pre
sume the ltcpuLlic.u party In New
Hampshire ! able to take- care o! itself,
and we trust that General Abbotl will do
nothing of the sort. We want biut here
iu North Carolina ; uot aa a politician, or
aaatar, per ha pa, but aa awia of ihaaarwast
working men of the country. He lias
already done the Slate good service,
whatever injury he may bare wrongtit in
the estimation of partisans. He has in
vested, aud caused to Ic invested, money
iu ihe industrial adrauct moot and uiateri
al improvement of North Carolina. He
has interests wc learn iu lilauen county,
and by attention to these may make him
self a public benefactor to all the interests
of that section, and he ha il in his power
to influence other capital to the State, and
divers men Of means, ingenuity, median-
... . ...
icy I skill una enterprise. o nope lie
will do so. The material interest of the
South overriJc all the political iutercits
of mere partinans, aud we wuut good
winking men of means, brain and muscle,
let their party pirferrnce or pnlitieal
predilections bu w hat they may. To all
such wc ai!ure u hearty and cordial wel
come from at! whose welcome and opin
ions really amount to anything, We have
had a great deal of this outcry against
men for political effect, aud for party
sake, which realty amount to nothing in
UKCJttJON OF THE HUlltJvMB
CO CUT IN KKflABD TU TJK81I
OF OFFK'K OF 80KI.IITJI.I'
. . . 0 a
SUlt on fA JichtHtm ncif Xtf'".
JitaA A. humr$. k .j, ,
l'BAltsojr, C. J. Tkerw are ia otfre ,
at this trim, called 4 'J'be 6hriff Oaaea."
The main ooestloa in all mf theaa la, the
a aaW - a-, a .am a a, "...
I era or onico oi tbe tberiff elected at tha
first election ander tbe present .Contlta
eLbut jn fact ha wrougkt serious
e Will I
kl.l-
ri; i
i
o. il'tfflltllV
v-'Oli ul r-piril
I-.
V, I..
tin- l.loutl, Welnli
hearlliiini. eolie,
pioi, In Ihe head, fever ; '''"i lh'.'le
I'M
h-eHrri; ul tl
i ea-- ul ll -l-
L'ent. 1 eboly-. or Trf'r.
.1-1 nil in II I'
i'-l ri'j'if , it 1 1 "I v . ' ' ' :-. I ;:in ii' lln
". CrgOnat." A in 'imi'l ni-rti'Tn ot The-prfetT T tTiFtrr.r ,T' T-V .1 : tTTZfT't.'
wMriainii. ot Mr. .1.11. Ivuhiiiv.ni. h-I, Ca-'i f'l ';.--;i-l-, Al'xri, ".
literl dhj rHisimn in thi eii.n uf the iji-aj - ;riee, -1 : t-v ttrf-! -Vi'i. .
-'rn.r.a;n T.e 't1l:M,';f:'i?Iy i,'..7 ;,i tl.iv i 'f-; rtfaTJaHhy ' i t - K I.I 'I TZ ,V ( O ,
See. '-IT U 1 - 'ii i -liurv, ...(.'.
called the roll. As etich. Senator Was
aiiiif-UMcei 'ihe Sejiator rose to his feet and Ikllanryr
the Chief Justice ivaid :
' Sei ator how pav von. in Wil
liam ;W- Holden guiit-y or not guilty of "Ai t. S For inciling-nnd procuring th,
hrume ,li:irr' '-lie t liaipe an ronUiui U Yn tins article ol i saia .-iait- jumi-ihw ui u,Mi-gini inu in
,.. Til ct ii ,i of ilu. hluil- iinin at huicrit ?" i , I juiicti ni to rentraiu turn lnm pA itijr the
s f-smp lyKii-ryt f-1 J'he Aoteou nrjielc fust -wat aa -foi-! eislUy .Unnainl hdlrtror
. . i.:ii . i , ir .. . ' r
in , nun-., hi- , . v - owl fj iF.e: niiiiii--- i f-fii"irv lor rire nn
1 1 U,Ui A L; fill l.Ullioet-or pa V 111 IT U
aa a ui i, a
A certain clergyman' from the nnithrrii
section ol Vt'T'iiTonT" Ft-ventl years since
visited New Yoik, and was invited to fill
a city ptilptL.. He had never had the
privilege of listening to a chinch organ,
and was totally uuui-iinaiuted with the
fashion of hiring a few vocalists lo do the
singing (or the congregation. Giving out
his first, hymn, the organist played a fan
y :.Tendej and in the highest style of the
ai t the choir rendered the four verses.
Addressing ihe Throne of Grace in a
fervent it i vocation,, which siampeil htm as
a ui.iii of intellect and power with hi nil
ifteiitsv-1 .sy
book, and, turning to a page, exclaimed :
" 1 he audience will now join with me 111
singing a gnmTliTJ'Melhndist hymn, and,
those persons rnntiing that bag of wind
iu the gallery will please not Interrupt.
"Where ihe thee pinches" is attribnted
to Plutarch, who relates ,n story of a Uo
niart who' was divorced from his wife, and
who being. LlarjitdhyliU.fiaeMlr who
demanded "Was she not chaste I whs
mIir not fair?" held out hi shoe and ask
ed them whether it was not new and well
inaifo; "yet," he added, "none of yon can
tell whert- il pinches me."
What splendid lives would most of ns
lend if we could only perm-vrre ru nnr
good resolution.' 1 tow full wouTtl the
world tie tf nnrde arbieremenls if .every
good undertaking were carried cut to the
end. ' , -
consequences on our material prosperity,
Wc huve our opinions of governments, as
every man is supposed to have. A
Southerners, native, to tho soil, we have
our share iu tlie past glory of the South,
and we also recognize our duty to our
section in the present emergency. Wears
as jealous as any of the rights and honor
of our section, and as true in all respects
to North Carolina, as a son may ever be
to the mother that bore him. These pac
ificators iu tiuie of war, aud warriors in
time of peace, do not represent the senti
ment, or liy their conduct promote the
welfare of the country. They establish
nothing but their own folly, and the peo
ple so finding have ceased (o pay atten
tion to their mill itiurx, their curses, nr the
denunciations they indulge in the madness
of their bullied rage ; bullied in that they
cannot lead, mad when the fight it over,
and their "noble rage" unrepressed by
that fear of bodily harm incident to the
bloody conflict of the tented field.
Such men, we repeat, have little influ
enc" with the masses. They represent
no i leiiii ti. of healthy public sentiment ;
they are bu'.partisaus ol an impracticable
sort, dangerous only to their fiiends, and
ought not to be regarded ns the spokesmen
of the Southern country, or even the
masters of oiir political, commercial or
domestic situation
YVe then fore utk Mr. Abbott lo return
to his North Carolina. hntne, ; Jlelp its to
build up I he country, now that bis politi
cal and official career is at an end, and. we
auk him to let whatever infloencc. lit- may
exiTJTTn New TTarupslifro turn in the di-
Ucctinu ...of inducing awe ofi the capital,
industry aud mechanical skill ot tlie gran
ite State to the shores of our own Cape-Fear.
A sermon in four word on the vanity
of rartlily possesions shrouds have no
pockets."" '
f. Iiilftf -
Me.srgTA da ins,
I'.rown, Council, t'rowill.
II n I iw
t 'nnie, I ar?an,' 1 Idwards, Graham, of
ATamance, Graham, of Irs nee. .lone..
L ithane' Ijt dbetter, LinnrjTf nve, Mu-
ni y, Mel 'hiiuiny, Merrimon, ' Morehead, j
Murphy, Held. it.? of llavidaon, Uobbins i
paying uis
troop. " .
1 vol v..
Irn, llitll'', 'Hrowii,! ook, 'oune jLCow tes,
( lowelt. t iirrie, lirgai., l.'Jw-judi, I
An - Aikmis.-is paper says : "Four Ken
tucky hor-M- thieves in our jail had a
surprise, party last nizht from about two
hundred 'of our uioKt prominent citizens, i
They had tin last words ready, nnd
fnort- t wouldn't have had tim to mj 'em if they j
nhtM" kL.-tNohi: Jif ( Hi left f.miiliejiv'.'
TuT
, i aham (J" A! nuance, t
iii-
'TH-
A railway engineer in Maine wn rr
eently fin d at, the bullet imbedding itsIf
in a ti staim-irt he had tn4tt-iii. kof, fhtf
WHAT GIIILS SIIOULU DIIINIC
Dr. I)io Lewis; in hit book, "Our
Girls," snyt :
I am astonished ' that a young woman
who is ambitious of a clear, Jluu skin
should drink tea: It it a great erremy to
fair complexions. Wine, coff'e and coca
maybe used without tinging the skin,
but hs soon as tea di inking becomes a
regular habit the eye of the discriminating
observer detects it in tho skin. Tea com
promises tins complexion, probably, by
deranpinc the liver. Weak tea or coffee
maj .bljised.jjefdujjorjMlly, in- Tnoderet
i iiuaiitity, wuhoivt harm ; and those w ho
live much in the open air nnd are occupied
witii workriiiiy drink i-itbrr, in cniutul.vr'
able ijiiantitics, without noliceiible harm;
hut I advise nil young young women w ho
would preserve, a a soft, clear skin and
quiet nerx.es-,jo aviid nil thinks but cold
waterr It F an excellent plan to drink
one or two glasses of rohl water on lyinp
il-',w n at iii;ht irtrd iu rising iu tin; tunrn
in)f. 1 1 you have good teeth and can
help the food intv your stomach without
usiiigany fluid, except the sulivie, it will,
in the rung run. contribute mucil to youi
i.eaiih, .. -
.Vtav
eumstances, making It neotsaary .Lfaal
each case i boa Id La referred to eepasataly.
Each ease differs iu regard to the mad of
lutitttiing tbe proceeding,' Too porpoaa
iu all however, it to gel decision non
the main h or lion, and opon tha tlTstt of
the pecia) ciicamstauce, a ltboat regard
Ttf rtje'foVLr brrTc- irocedur-ot ihsi
matter aril be passed apon with thare.
mark, that the f rci adopted In iLI ctss.,
leetns lo as to be the proper oaa. u
Art. 4, see. 32 of the Constitution pro
vides "The officers elected - at tbe f rat
election beld Diider thlt Conttltntlon,
shall hold tha officca for the terms pro
scribed for theta respectively., next ensu
ing (frr Ihe fieri regular eleetion Jar mem
bers qf the General Assembly.'' "
The next regular election fur memoera
of the General. Aaaauibiy, ia ta baLeU ..
on the first Thursday in Aueast, 1870.
(art. 2, s( e. 29,) so the officers wboaa of
fices are provided for by article 4, elected
at the first election held under tho 'Con
stitution, are to hold their offices for the
terms prescribed for them respectively,
utit uuuiiiy nttrlhut date. 1 beta words
are plain and positive, adu.il of no oilier
construction. There it no other section
which conflicts with, or can control this
construction, and it will be observed the
wording dilF-rs very materially from that
In respect to members of the (lencral'Aa-
( uibly. Tbit conclusion, although, no
reason for an extension of tha term of
officer elected at the first election appears
(in the face of the Constitution, la forced
njion the Court, because if t so trriltet.
.Our duty u, to administer the law at It it,
and hot according to our nation at to how
it ought to be. (Sec opinion of Chief
Jn.tice and Jutiro I itk on the question
of "tui u re of cilice." alv Ibe reqaett of
the General Assembly, C4th N. C. Hep.,
appendix.)
-The special clrenmstancM Tetled -on,
do not, in our' opinion, amount to ft resig
nation, rr to an abandonment, "oHd ft for.
filure of hit ofllce on the part of the de
fendant, upon the fuels proved before Hit
Honor, in the Superior Court, aud for tho
reasons given by him.
This case is easily distinguiahabla
from Williams vs. Somers, Art. JJ, 61.
In that case, the Court put no strcst up
on the fact that Mr. Williams was a can
didate before the people, and the decision
is put upon un implied abandonmoat of
the office, by reason of certain acts after
the election. That decision did not meet
with full concurrences on the part of tho
profession, because the abanUonmcut of
the office by Mr. Williams was uot con
sidered to have been voluntary, but ought
to have been ascribed to the- pressure of
circumstances induced by unconstitution
al action on the part of tho Legislature,
which the presiding Judge was ready to
enforce. Bu', however this may be, our
case in no wise comes up to that, see Ad
erholt vs. Mckee, nt this term. -
TlIK IIoi'EOF T11E Coi'XTUT. DoXV
I'iatt says : , .
"It is hard to make the peoplej from the
interior believe it, but any man can verify
the fact by coming to Washington, that
there is not an honest prominent Kepnbli
cim but what looks to the Democtjltic
party for relief. This man, General Grant,
has brought us to look to the . opposition
for help." ..-. - t.t
A It at Catcher. For some '3ayt
finst a comfortably-dressed rn.-tfT,"! porting
lis watch .a. gold, chuui,Iuis been teen on,
the slreets, whose ostensible oeenpitioii
is the catching of rats. He carrieawith
him a ferret confined in a box, iand tt ac
companied by a pair ot regular rat-iarrier
dogs. For the turn ot fiv dollar lie
will gnaran'ca to clear any premise cf
.... r..7j.-...... -c.
"The Democratt have ninety lireo
voted in the House, and on all (jut-stions
nit purely political, a clear majorfty, bo
that there is something of Tl' checklifthat
direction, for which we must" thank 'God
and lake courage." ' : -- i
saving his lib
The FnyeHerille A'
two V'.Tlorr'ITieli.rie,
i'l;
ftlr nn 4liat one, if not
ill -mitt-be -built in thai
Tie
Also (fie (r tnii tol-aieu f i- irtrie.
ii-ii(i? ijtlUiisWswill he eiten-ivty .ruTn-
uoman is like color oijluj; teil"in loore, hathain, and other .nljoiiiiiip
MiideSty in
cIk- k'-r-decide illy becoiningir not puToii
The Ilalieigh Tdeijram learns lhat Gen.
R. I!. Yiiiicc declities-thi: position nsl'riu-t-jpal
tif the I leaf and lliimb Institution,
lit- ItsrU iglu rtceutly ollered hiui. ;: ..
,S.A atftarubtit ia being coustrncled at
at Point Cuswill, New Hanover county,
fur the trade on the NnrthenSttspe Fear,
to run between llatlsvitle, Iliipllil oun.
ty, and Wilmington) - ''
The W;iliing,,,n Hsjire ' learna that
n. attempt was made lat week uyx an ni-
r . r
CeiKllaiy, vllppo.vell to IKIVi
ll.llll' "1 H'o.l'lnv, to lire the
liven a uepro
kill Im-ii l.f Mis
Ja. AV. Kei
that tiiwn.
Thff .'Jt'iliesmihiH says the trial Of Toui
Lowcrv has h'-cii postponed until iho-nexl
term" of tin- court, ft i thought lliere'is!
evtdeitee siiTfii-ietit trtrnuiiertiThi of the
ninriler of Sander a well as of ll.ivia.
'4jik'i ll'ni of -I1 p je-ii i ' n tn t i ha va
ailopud a resolution not to allow jm i-iIkm "
to iiii-mbrrs who do not answer tof their
names at rliJJvl-ye.ty mnrniiig, so as to1
frKfi I every one to be at his post.
1- Vj Jl"r liT-" '
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