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State of North Carolina.
POST OFFICE DEPABTMEOT, v .
' "Wshinjtoii,"Bept 80, 1870.' "
.. .;i vi-,1, ;
Propoaal will be MceiTed k th Coniract
Office of this Department until 9 f. aa, ot Marea
1, 1871, far conveying the .mails f the United
States from July 1, 1871. to Jane 80, 1875, ki
the State ef North Carolina, oathe routes, and
by the gchedalee of departtrea, aad arrivals
hereU specified. ,' .. ; ,. '
DeeUione annonneed jy or pefar March 80,
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5001 From Haleigh, by Forestville, Pacific,
FranUinton, EittreUa, Henderson, Han
son, Ridrway, .Warrea Plains, Macon
. . Depot, Littleton, and South Gaston, to
' Weldon, 7 miles and back, by railroad,
daily, or ae much ofierer as trains may
; .rnin,tfTaqnWd,v'''?;i ' .'.
500 ' Front Weldon.'by Baliiax C. H., Enfield,
, Whitaier's BatOeborrf, Rocky Monnt,
' 'oyner's Depot, Wilson, Black Creek,
', Iainnta,PikevUle,6oldsboro Dudley,
: Monnt OHve, Faison's Depot, Warsaw,
Magnolia, Teachers, Wallace, Cameron,
" ' Burgair Depot, Rocky Point, and Castle
lf - i Hayne, to Wilmington, 1624 miles and
back, by railroad, daUyv or as much
oftener as trains may run, if required;
: '; with branch from Rocky Mount, by
Kingsboro'.to .Tarboro', 26 miles and
. back, daily... :
5003 From Wilmington, by Bernard, Marls
! -viHe3osendale, CreweU's Mills, Brown
: Marah, Abbottaburg.Bladenboro.Tork
ville, Lumberton, Plnmmerrille, Red
Bank, Shoe. Heel, Laurinburgh, Laurel
HilL PowhaUn, Rockingham, New For
estville, and LdlesvUle. to Wadesboro,
138Ji miles and back, by railroad.daily,
. or as much oftener as trains may run,
if required. ,
5.W4 From GoldsboroV by Boo?.,,-118
. . i . LeveL Selma, Wilson's MUls, Clayton,
Aubnrn. Raleigh, Carey, Momsvine,
Brassfield, Durham, HUlsboro , Mebane
ville, Haw River, Graham, Company's
borough, JamestownDepot, High Point,
Thomasville, Lexington, Linwood,
Salisbury, China Grove, Concord, Har
ris Depot, and Query's to Charlotte,
2201 miles and back, by railroad,
daily, or as much oftener as trains may
run, if required. - -5005
From GoWsborough, by LaG range, Fall
ing Creek, Kinston, Dover, Kew Berne,
and KewporC, to JJorehead City, W
miles and back, byailroad, six times
a week, or daily, if cars so run. 1
500$ From Salisbury, by Rowan Mills, Enola,
Statesville, Catawba Station, Newton,
TTioVnrv TpFn Tcard'a Station. HaDD V
. Home, and Morgantown, to Bridge
' water, 91 miles and back, by rnilroad,
' V six times a week, or daily, if cars' so
' run. : .
6007 ..From Charlotte, by Tuckasaga, Station,
, i i Brevard's Station, Sharon, Iron Station,
High Shoals Station, and Lincolnton,
to Cherryville, 4S miles and back, by
" . railroad, three umea a ireek.
5008 From Fayettevffle, by Spout Springs,
. Swann's Station, and ' Jonesboroogh,
to Egypt Depot, 45 miles and back,
- --i tice a week, by railroad.
6008 , From .Enfield, by Scotiaad KecVnd
iloanOEe, to uamuwn, a i muea uiu
back, twice a week.
Leave Enfield Tuesday and Saturday at
, 8pm; ' '
' "Arrive at Hamilton by 10 p nn
" Leave Hamilton Monday and Friday at
.am;" ' " :" ' ' '" '
- 'Arrive at Enfield by 4 pm.
5010 .- From Enfield, by Heathsville, Brinkley
... ville, and Ringwood, to Enfield, equal
to 16 miles and back, onee a week.
Leave Enfield Tuesday at 6 a m;
,"1 Arrive at Enfield by 6 p m.
6011 i From Rocky Monnt, by Nashville, Hil
. liardatown, Castalia, and Cedar Rock,
to Louisburg, 47 miles and back, twice
a week. ,-,
- Leave Rocky Mount Tuesday and Satur
ii day at 5 am; ; j ;
Arrive at Louisbnrgby 8 pm;'
i Lean Loaisbarg Monday and Friday at
i 6 am; n-- m :'. n ..;
,;KVAjrriye atBock Mount by 8pm.. ,
601S' 'tiam Wilson,' by Stantonsburg, to
Speight's, Bridge, 18 miles and back,
Jueave wiisoa jaowaav nipm
. A mvfl ml nnei?nt s Dnui'c -uv i u iu.
... . - . n . 1 1 1 T J t tt
Leave speieni s uriage jnouuay ai u ui,
6018 From Kinston, by Snow Hill, to Hookers--s
r. Leave Kinston Tuesday and Friday at
am; .vHvnTi I ;
j , Arrive at Hookerstown by 1pm;
, Leave Hookerstown Tuesday and Friday
u at 2.80 pm; ' ,i,j . mi r
Arrive at Kinston by 8 p m. ( , ,
6014 From Hookerstown, 'by Ridge Spring,
Johnson's Mills Casville, and Rose
..M JUll, to GMenviIIe,.86 miles and back,
.' Weak, !j;t 1 wi-'v
Leave Hookerstown Satorday at 7 a m;.
. I Arrive at Greenville by 1pm;: i: , ; j
' Leave Greenville Friday at 7 a m; . .
' Arrive at Hookerstown by 7 p m.
6015 Trom "Kew Berne, by Pollocksville, to
. . n Trenton,) 25 mile and back, -twice a
week. ,j. ii i. " ' '
Leave Kew Berne Wednesday and Satur
u 'day at 7 a m; .. ...
, Arrive at Trenton by 8 p m;
'" Leave Trenton Tuesday and Friday at
8.80am;' ' .' '
Arrive at New Berae by 4.S0 p m. ;
601' From New Berne, by Grantsboro, to Bay
. , River, 54 miles and back, once a week.
r Leave New Berne Friday at lpm; . , .
"f Arrive at Bay River by 7 p m;
Leave Bay River Friday at 8 a m; , ,
Arrive at New Berne by 11 m. '
6017 ' From-Beaufort to' Portsmouth,. 55 miles
"J" V and back, once st week. ' ,'.'
" Leave Beaufort Thursday at 8 m;
' '" Arrive at Portsmouth next day by 2 p m;
' 1 ' Leave Portsmouth Tuesday at 8 a m; ' '
1 Arrive at Beaufort next day by 2 pm: J
5018 From Kewporl, by Sander's Store and
- 1 Prttifbttf Creek, to Peietier's Millsj 2
milad Mil KrV once a week. ' '
" Lea-re Newport Satorday at 1 p ra;
- - Arrive at f eietiere Jiius oy p m; '
.. Leave Petetiera. Mills Saturday at a m;
Arrive at Newport by 12 m. ...
6019 i FrcmPoflocksviBei ;by Palo Alto; to'
i - Swansborough, 27 miles and back,twic
a week. '
, Leave PoQocksvUle atnrday and Wedy
,, . 6; at 11.80a m; !:. n-t- rrl r, a-'
.. Arriwm t flwAiuhnronirh bv 8 D. mi . .
j Leave 8 wajuborough Tneaday an4,. Sat-.
uraay at a m; ,,
inin il PnlWVi1l hv SO a m. .
6020 , From' Magnolia to Kenaarvilla, .7 miles
and back, six tunes a weetc ,t
Leave Magnolia daily, except Sunday, at
Arrive at jLenansvuie Dy iz m;
Leave Keoansville daily, except Sunday,
'' ateam;''-,"- -'' '
5021 From Magnolia, by Eockfish, . HarrelTs
. I Store, Berringsville, Taylort Bridge,
and Six Runs, to Magnolia; equal to i
I miles and back, once a week"-1' ' f
I " Leave Magnolia Saturday at a or,
j f Arrive at Magnolia by p.-
502X From' Kenansville, by HaBsvJlle, Haw
t Branch, Richlaods, Gum Branch, and
. ! - , Catharine Lkc, to Onstow 44
. . miles and back, once a week.' '
t : Leave Kenansrille Monday at a m;
I Arrive at Onslow C. H. by 8 p m;
! " Leave Onslow C. H. Tneaday at 6am;
I''1 Arrive at Kenansvilla by 8 p nu
BOSS From Kenausville, by Branch's Store,
i ' ' ' ' Ont.lAw'g Bridee' Albertons," Resaca,
' ' : " pink HOI, and Buena Vista, to Kenans
'J'"' vifle, 25 nfes and baek. ofiee a week.
' I ' Twr irmansville Friday at 1 m:
V1 ; Arrive at KenawivHIe Satnrday by 5
j pm. ; 'V" V:""" ';J ;
5034' ' From Rocky Point,' byXIllinMoni''Point
" Caswell, ana JHoore .tree, to siacc
River Chapel, SO -miles and back, once
" ' a week. ' i ;
'! ! Leave Rocky Point Friday at V a ni;
' Arrive at Black River Chapel by 6 p m;
Leave Black River Chapel Thursday at 7
. . am; ? -
' r Arrive at Roeky Pwnt by p. ,
BOFraYnmlns lbVrbrs LsadW.
While Hall, Little W
' be th town, Hantson's Creek, loveland,
: r Gray's Creek, and Cedar Creek, to Fay-
etteville, 110 miles and back, by steam
boat, twice a week, i
Bidders to propose schednle of departures
.. and arrivals. . .
5026 From Wilmington, by Scott's HilL Oak
ley, Topsail Sound, Golden Place,
' ' SneeoTs Ferry, and Stone's Bay, to
' . Onslow C. H., 65 miles and back, once
. Leave Wilmington Friday at 6 a m; :
, : Arrive at On Jow C. H. Saturday by 1
. pm;.- , :
Leave Onslow C. H. Wednesday at 1 p in;
Arrive at Wilmington Thursday by 6
From Wilmington to Smithville, 30 miles
' and back, twice a week, by steamboat
Leave Wilmington Tuesday and Saturday
, at p m; it f
Arrive at Smithville by 7 p m;
, Leave Smithville Monday and Friday at
Arrive at Wilmington by 12 m.
From Smithville, by Supply and Shal-
lotte, to Little River, (S. C.,) 42 miles
- and cack, once a week.
Leave Smithville Tuesday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Little River next day by 6
Leave Little River Monday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Smithville next day by 10 a m.
From Whites ville, by Pireway Ferry, to
Uttle ftiver, S. u.,) 40 miles aajl back,
. once a weeK. i
Leave Whitesville Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Little River by 8 p m; . .
Leave Little River Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Whitesville by 8 p m
From Fair Bluff, by Green Sea, (S. C.)
Bayboro , Conway boro , and Bucks vule,
to Bull Creek,. 58 miles and back, three
tunes a week.
Leave Fair Bluff Tuesday, Thursday and
a; .Saturday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Bull Creek Wednesday, Friday
and Sunday by 12 m;
Leave Bull Creek Wednesday, Friday and
Sunday at 0.3O p m.
Arrive at Fair Bluff Monday, Wednesday
and rnday by 6 p m.
From Lambert on, by Floriesville, Lees-
- .. villa, and Erooklin, to jrair KluS, 25
- . - miles and back, once week. . '
Leave Lnmberton Friday at 7 a m ;
.Arrive at Fair Bluff by Opn:
-"-r ; Uittl'w'W S.iufJaJall a m ;
Arrive at Lumberton by 5 p m ;
5032 From Tarboroogh, by Sparta, Winona,
and Falkland, to Greenville, 26 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leave Tarborough Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday at a m;
Arrive at Greenville by 12 m ;
' Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday,
and rnday at U.au p m;
' Arrive at Tarborough by 7 p m.
5033 From Greenville, by Pactolus, to Wash
ington, 25 miles and back, three times
Leave Greenville Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday of 0.80 p m;
Arrive at Washington by 7 p m;
Leave Washington Monday, Wednesday,
and Jfriday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Greenville by 12 m
6034 From Greenville to Bethel, 15 miles and
- back, once a week. ,,
Leave Greenville Thursday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Bethel by 6 p m; r
Leave Bethel Thursday at 7 a m;
i ' Arrive at Greenville by II am. . '
5035 From Washington, by Belleview and
Swift Island, to New Berne, 86 miles
and back, three times a week,
, ; Leave Washington Monday,
and rnday at 6 a m;.
' Arrive at New Berne by '4 p m;
Leave New Berne Tuesday,, Thursday,
muut wviu uav an u a ui,
x Arrive at Washington by 4 p m.
5036 From Washington, by Hunter's Bridge,
. . , j,Bath, Pantego, Leechville, Skdeavifie,
. Swan Quarter) Lake Comfort, . Lake
.Landing, and Middletown, to Fairfield,
MM .i j i i. i
! 1 ' ' '
Leave Washington Wednesday at t a m;
Arrive at r airfield rnday by 12 m;
Leave Fairfield Saturday at 6 a m; '.'
Arrive at' Washington Tuesday' by
r , ) '.' HI ' . '! i i ...
From Plymouth, by Edenton, Colerain
, , landing, Uarrellsvuie, Uate S rerry,
' Winton, Crossville, Riddicksviile, and
. South Quay, ( Va.,) to Franklin Depot,
(Va.,) 106 miles and back, by steam
' boat, three times a week. '
Leave Plymouth Monday, Wednesday,
" : and Friday at 8 p m; -
'' Arrive at Franklin Depot Tuesday,
' Thursday, and Saturday by 8 a m;
Leave Franklin Depot Monday, Wed
needay, and Friday at 9 a m, or after
. arrival of mail from Norfolk;
Arrive at Plymouth same days by 6 p m;
5038 1 From Plymouth, by. Long Ridge and
. and Fork : Swamp, to Washington, 85
.. miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Plymouth Tuesday, Thursday, and
lo Haturoayat 7 a mj ' .
. Arrive at Washington by 6 B m:
' ' Leave Washington Monday, Wednesday,
. - , and t nday at 7 a m;
'".Arrive at Plymouth by 6 pm.' '-
5039 From Plymouth, bv ; Windsor.' Hotel.
... i : Roxabd, Rich Square, and Jackson, to
1 ; . Seaboard, 68 miles and back, twice a
' . week to Jackson, and six times a week
. the residue.
i " Leave Plymouth Monday and Friday at
I ; 9 pm; -.
i t Arrive at Jackson Tuesday and Satorday
: ''br'fp-mj. .'
Leave Jackson daily, Sunday's; excepted,
at I n nr.
! ' Arrive at Seaboard by 8 p m;
Leave Seaboard at 10 a m;
' ' .! Arrive atjackson daily, Sunday excepted
i by 12 m; , ,t i .:
. I Leave Jackaoa Sunday and Wednesday
'' j ,;. t4 amt .' '.. .'
Arrive at Plymouth Monday and ' Friday
oy o p m.
6040 . From Plymouth, by Scuppernong and
Sunnyaide, to Columbia, 34 miles and
back, twice a week.
Leave Plymouth Tuesday and Saturday
" IU in
Arrive at Columbia by 5 p m;
i i i 'i :..:.'iyi':ito o;.3 i: !
Leave Columbia Monday and Wednesday'
at 8 a m;
Arrive at Plymouth by 6 p m.
6041 From Plymouth, by JamesvUle and
Williamston, to Hamilton, 35 miles and
back, twice a week. .!-';
Leave . Prymooth Tuesday and Satorday
at 7 a m; - ! ' ' ; " '
' Arrive at Hamilton by 7 p nl; ' i "
Leave Hamilton Monday and Wednesday
at 7 a m;
Arrive at Plymouth by 7 p m.
5042 From Columbia to Fort Landing, 20 miles
and back, once a week. .
Leave Columbia Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Fort Landing by 12 m;
' ' Leave Fort Landing Wednesday at 1
p m; '
Arrive at Colombia by 7 p m ;
6043 From Edenton, by Hertford, WoodviUe,
Eluabeth City, South Mills, Lake
Dmmmond, (VO Deep Creek, and
Portsmouth, to Norfolk, 79 miles and
back, three times a week. ''
Leave Edenton, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday at 6 a m; " 1 1
Arrive at Norfolk Wednesday, Friday
and Monday by 4 p m;
Leave Norfolk Tneaday, Thursday, and
. and Saturday, after the arrival of
,-. iiauimore boat say at 8 am;
I Arrive , Kdeotpn Misnda Wednesday,
and Frlday-by" p vs.
5044 From Elizabeth City to Manteo, 60 miles
I and back, once a week.
j Leave Elizabeth City Friday at 3 pm;
j Arrive at Manteo next day by p m; .
! Leave Manteo Thursday at 6 a m; , ,
Arrive at Elizabeth City next day by 11
5045 From Elizabeth City, by Camden, Shi
, loah, and Indian Ridge, to Currituck
I .ii C. H., 27 miles and back, once a week.
! Leave Elizabeth City Friday at 8 am;
j . Arrive at Currituck C. H. by 5 pm;
, ; . . Leave Currituck C. H. Saturday at 11
, Arrive at Elizabeth City by 8 p m.
5046 From Elizabeth City to Rosedale, 20
i miles and back, once a week.
. Leave Elizabeth City Monday at 9 a m;
Arrive at Rosedale Monday at 1 p m;
Leave Rosedale Monday at 1 p m;
. Arrive at Elizabeth City by 7 p m.'
5047 From Currituck C. IL, by Coinjock and
Poplar Branch, to Powell's Point, 25
miles and back, once a week. .
Leave Currituck O IL Saturday at 6
Arrive at Powell's Point by 11 a m;
Leave Powell's Point Saturday at 12 ni;
Arrive' at Currituck C. H. by 6 p m.
5048 From WoodviUe to Durant's Neck, 6 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Wood ville Thursday at 8 a. in ;
1 Arrive at Durant's Neck by 10 a. m ;
Leave Durant's Neck Thursday at 1 1 a. m;
i Arrive at w oodvuie by i p. m;
5049 From Gatesville to Gates' Ferry, 3 miles
i ana dsce, twice a week.
, Leave Gatesville Monday and Friday at
i . Jam;
1 . i Arrive at Gates' Ferry by 1 p. m;
j . Leave Gates' Ferry Monday and Friday.
. after arrival of mail from Franklin De-
' pot say at 4 p m;
Arrive at Gatesville by 6 p. m;
6050 From Gatesville to Sunbury, .12 miles
and back, once a week,
Leave Gatesville Saturday at 1 p. m;
i I . Arrive at Sunbury by 4 p. m;
Leave Sunbury Saturday at 9a, m;
'. ' . Arrive at Gatesville by 12 m.
5051 From Gatesville by Buckland, to Rey
noldson, 11 miles and back, once a
Leave Gatesville Friday at 2 p. m;
Arrive at Reynoldson by 6 p. m; .
V . . Leave Reynoldson Friday at 8 a. m;
Arrive at Gatesville by 11 a. m;
6052 From Mnrfreesboro' to Boykln's Depot,
va., is muee and back, six times a
. Leave Murfresboro' daily, except Sunday,
at o a. m;
Arrive at Boykin's Depot by 8:30 a. m:
Leave Boykin's Depot daily, except Sun
day, at 2.S0 p. m;
Arrive at Mnrfreesboro' by 6 p. m.
6053 From Mnrfreesboro', by Wheelersvillc,
Potecasi, Woodland, and St John, to
. Roxobei, 30 miles and back, once
Leave Murfreesboro' Thursday at 6 a. m,
Arrive at Koxobel by 4 p. m;
Leave Roxobei Friday at 11 a. m;
Arrive at Murfreesboro' by 9 p. m,
5054 From Rakish, bv Eatrle Rock. Wakefield'
and Stanhope, to Wilson, 61 miles
and back, twice a week to Jiagle Rock,
and once a week the residue.
Leave Raleigh Monday and Thursday at
8 p. m;
Arrive at Eagle nock rnday by 6 p. m;
" Leave Eagle Rock Friday at 6 a. m;
- Arrive at Wilson by 7 p. nr,
' Leave Wilson Saturday at 6 a. m; -Arrive
at Eaerle Rock bv 7 n. nu
. . Leave Eagle Rock Monday and Thursday
j i: . :t8a. m;
i h Arrive at Raleigh by 12 m.
6035 From Raleigh, by Hay's Store, Dayton,
Fish Dam, StagvUle, Round Hill, Red
' . . Mountain, and Monnt Tirzah, to Rox-
borough, 52 miles and back once
week. - i - ' in-iu.' .. .
i Leave Raleigh Wednesday at 2 p. m.
Arrive at JKoxboro next day by 1 p.m.
Mave Koxboro Tuesday at e a. m.
Arrive at Raleigh next day by 12 m.
From Raleigh to Leechburgh, 15 miles
aad back, once a week.
. Leave Raleigh Wednesday at 1 p. m.
Arrive at Leechburcrh bv 6 d. nu
Leave Leechburgh Wednesday at 7 a. m;
Arrive at Kaieign by 12 m. :
Wwiafvilla l.TT Van T.,nltf WiHmi
Brookville, and Fairport, to Oxford, 41
' miles and back, once a week. -Leave
Forestville Wednesday at 6 a. m;
Arrive at Oxford by 7 p. m;
Leave Oxford Thnraday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Forestville by 7 p m; ,
From Franklin ton to Louisburg, 10 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leave FranUinton Monday, Wednesday,
and J) nday at 8 p m;
Arrive at Louiabun? bv 6 n m:
Leave Louisburg' Monday, Wednesday,
. and Friday at 7 a m:
Arrive at Franklin ton in time to connect
. with mail going north say by 10 a m
From Henderson to Oxford, 12 miles and
back, six times a week. ' -Leave
Henderson daily, except Sunday
Arrive at Oxford by 5 p m;
Leave Oxford daily, except Sunday, 'at
8.80 a m; - - 1 n-v-Arrive
at Henderson by 11.80 a m.
From Oxford, by Tallyho, to Dutchville,
18 mues and back, twice a week.
Leave Oxford, Tuesday and Saturday at
o a m; ' "
Arrive at Dutchville bv 11 mi
Leave Dutchville Tneaday and Saturday.
. Hip m; . u. j
Arrive at Oxford by 6 p m.
From Oxford, by Sassafras Fork, Browns-
, i ill- ir -1 . i t. 1
vine, luuoEB viniss xuiaaa, xncnanan,
and Oak Hill, to Oxford, equal to 22
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Oxford Friday at 0 a m;
Arrive at Oxford Saturday by 4 p m.
From Manson, by TownesviHe, to CI arks-
1 1 51t TT Aw . a .a
vuie, (. v a.,; zo mues ana back, tnree
vuues a wees.
Leave Manson Monday, Wednesday,
" rnaay ax i.&u p m; '
Arrive t Clarkaville by 8 p in;
Leave ClarksviUe Tuesday. Thtuday,
. and Saturday at 8 a m; ' '"'
Arrive at Manson by p in, '
6063 From Ridge way, , .by Palmer's Spnng
( Va,,) and St. Tammany's, to Kidgeway,
. equal to 18 miles ' and. .back, once a
Leave Ridgeway Wednesday at 7 am;.'
. ' Arrive at mdfetwtjr tm,
6064 From Leaksville. by Ridley and North
Mayo, to Penn's Store, (1M 26 miles
and back, once a week. ' n , .
Leave Leaksville WednesuRy at 1 p ni;
Arrive at Penn's Store by 9 n m;
Leave Penn's Store Wednesday at 4 a m;
Arrive at Leaksville b l 8 m. '
From Warren ton, bySnocco Springs, to
to Laurel, 20 miles and .back, once 4
' eek. - ,'. ' ' "V- ' : "
Leave Warrenton Satnrtly at 6 a m;
' Arrive at Laurel by 1 2 n '
Leave Laurel Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Warrenton bipm. .-r.
From Littieton" to' ;iui'.i.oms Bridge, 21
' miles and back once a week.
Leave Littletoft Saturdpy at 6am; ' .
ArrrveW Ransom's Erie by 12 m;
LeaV Ransom's BrM Saturday at 1
Arrive at Littleton hf .'(, ..
6067 TroW Liiato SiiiithS.? X tl mnes arid
..1 1 1. i.:mu .'i.'". .
Teave Selma'-aailyr wu&'kikj,-it
: ' 6.30 pm; ", 4 '" "-'
Arrive at Smithfield by 6.80 p m; '; " - ; :
Leave Smithfield daily, except Sunday, at
' 8.30pm; --.V-''
' Arrive at Selma by 9.30 p m.
From Smithfield to Hinant's Mills, 11
miles and back, once a week, j ' '
Leave Smithfield Friday at 11 a A; 1
Arrive at Hinant's Mills by 8 p m ' '
Leave Hinanfs Mills by 4 p m; -Arrive
at Smithfield by 8p m.' . :iu "'
From Fayetteville, by Dismal and" Clin
ton, to Warsaw, 49 miles and batk, six
times a week. ...)
Leave Fayetteville daily, except Sunday
at 6 p m; '
Arrive at Warsaw next days by 7 m;
Leave Warsaw daily, except Sunday at 5
- P m; ; . .
Arrive at Fayetteville next day by 7 am.
From Fayetteville, by Argyle, Inverness,
Solemn Grove, New Gilead, and Jack
son Springs, to Clark's Mills, 4B
miles and back once a week.: r"
Leave Fayetteville Monday at 6 a m; : f
Arrive at Clark's Mills by 8 p m; "
Leave Clark's Mills Tuesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Fayetteville by 8 p m.
From Favetteville. bv Dundarrach. An-
tiarch, Melrose, and Floral College, to
buoe lleel, 40 miles and back, once
week. ';.. ; .
Leave Fayetteville Monday at 7 a m; .
Arrive ot Shoe Heel by 8 p m;
Leave Shoe Heel Tuesday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Fayetteville by 8 p m, ; ,
From Fayetteville, by Roslin and Saint
Pauls, to Lumberton, 88 miles and back,
once a week. -Leave
Fayetteville Friday at .7 a m;
Arrive at Lnmberton by 6 p m; .
Leave Lnmberton Saturday at 6 am;
Arrive at r ayetteviue Dy 7 pm; ;
From Fayetteville, by Kingsbury, and
Burns' Level to Harnett C. it, 33
miles and back, ones a week.
Leave Fayetteville Thursday at 7 am;
Arrive at Harnett C. H., by, p m; ;
Leave Harnett C. H. Friday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Fayetteyillgby 6pm!,,
From Jonesboro', by Morristown, Crain's
week, Carthatw, (Jarter 's Mills, Brow-
er"s Mills, Moffat's Mills, Ashboro', New
Market, and BasKIill, to High Point,
77 milea aad baAk twice a week. . : . ( )
TenBnneaboro' tliesday aad; Satarday
w 9 m m; . rv .
Arrive at High Point next day by 6 p m;
Leave High Point Thursday and Monday
at o a m; . -
Arrive at Jonesboro' ( next day by 6 a m.
From Jonesboro', by Harrington, Norval,
and Summerville, to Harnett C H., 24
mues and back, once a week. .
Leave Jonesboro' Tuesday at 11 a m;
. Arrive at Harnett C II. by 6 p m;
Leave Harnett C. H. Wednesday: at
Arrive at Jonesboro' by 2 pm.
From Haywood, by Chalk Level and
oummervuie, to iiarnett v. tL, and
back, by Norval and Glenaloon, to
Haywood, equal to 26 1 miles and
back, once a week. ,
Leave Haywood Friday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Harnett C H. by 4 p m;
Leave Harnett C. H. Saturday at 7 a m
Arnve at uaywood by 4 p m.
From Haywood, by Merry Oaks, to New
. 11111, a mues and back, once a week.
Leave Haywood Thursday at 7 a m;
Arriveat New Hill by 10 am; .
, Leave New Hill Thursday vt 11 a m;
Arrive at Hay wood by 2 p m,
From Morrisville, by Green. Level and
Grove, to Pittsboro', 23 miles and back,
three times a week.
Leave Morrisville, Monday, Wednesday
. and triday at 8 a m; , . .
' Arrive at Pittsboro' b v 4 p m : "
1 Leave Pittsboro' Tuesday, Thursday, and
Etaturoay at 7 a m; . , . ,(. , .,,
Arrive at Morrisville by & p m. " .,'
From Pittsboro to Haywood, .11 miles
and back, three times a week. ' ''"
Leave Pittsboro' Monday Wednesday and
jfWday Bt 10.30 a m; .. ,-.
Arrive at Haywood by 3 p m;
Leave Haywood Monday, Wednesday,
and r nday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Pittsboro by 10 a m.
From Pittsboro', bt-Pedlar's1 Hill,
. Egypt Depot, 18 miles and back, twice
a week. . ...-.j..,' .nn mu
fcosTisTTiD on nmn mgs.1 "
Among the important matters likely to
come before the United States Senate which
met Monday, is the Geffirgla case, and the
admission of Seaatbrs There are lour en
atora elect from that State, and the question
as to who are entitled to the- two seats
still before .the . Judiciary :. Committee, of
which Senator Tramttall is Chairman. No
indication has been given of the action of
the Committee, bat it is thought 1 that the
four names will be reported back without
recommendation. Dr. Miller, who was elect?
ed with Joshua Hill, is politically disquali
fied, bis disabilities never baying been re
moved. ! Messrs. Whiteley and i arrow are
.the other , contestants, whose . disabilities
have been abrogated. itfi::i:t ! i ;
The proposed coalition of the Democrats
and the Kevenue Keiormera, ior ure oreaniza
tionjof the next House is treated with derision
by Democratic members, ana rrom wnat 11
annarent there is no nossibility of the pro
nhsition bfeiuff treated with respect by that
naftv in Congress. Messrs; Eldridge, ' Tai
Tramp, McNeely, and other Western Demo-'
crats, declare, in language' mora- emphatic
than nolife. that lhe will! oti vote lor ft
Republican Speaker-, nor will they unite in
any manner with Republican. n.Xhey say
that if any Republicans desire to 1 ivote for
the Democratic candidate of the House they
can do so, but that there will be no "swap
nlnff" nor combinations with the common
enemy.' Among the candidates tar Speaker
of the next Honse the name of Gen. Garfield
is prominently mentioned' ' W
tegislatnre of Ndrth-Carolina. 1
j '': (.ii-i-ji: Monday,-Dv,1870.:If'
i The Senate met a 1 VclockJ & ii-:;-!.,.; :
I Journal of yesterday was Jead and approv-;
ed.- ; ii-i ) ib m: M;itm xl fj iiiu c. Al.
i The committee od engrossed bil's repoi t jd
Senate resolution in leard to spetial tax
on whiskey and brandy correctly engrossed.
The committee to which was referred a
bill to incorporate the Wil. fcQns. R. R. Co.
presented a report secommehduig its pas
sage. i'l :y,:i nu:i'l lo flint! 4 ;,!: i i mv
; House bill to repeal an act extending th
limits of the town of GoldsboroV passed its
first reading. : .)!
! House bill for: the' purchase Of a light
bouse at or near Bodie's Island , was referred
to committee on Internal improtements.' c:
jir. KoDOins, ol liowao, reported irom
e committee on internal improvements a
bill to consolidate the N. Q.M. R. Co.-nd
theN. Wes. N. C. R. Bf and recommended
its passage.' The bill was placed: on! the
calendar. i -. . ,y',intv.rA !?!,; i
A bill for the relief of the Sheriff of Curri-i
tuck was introduced, and j)Utopn its' set-
eral readings, i , ,,, T.y,
i Mr. Moore moved to amend so as to make
the Sheriff pay 'the taxes now Que. adobted.
none. , . .,
A bill to authorize the Sheriff of Guilford
to collect taxes was introduced, ffead and
i Mr Fleming introduced a bul .regulating
per dUm, &c The Senate refused to sus
pend the rules to put this bill on its passage
and it was referred to the committee on
claims. ;; ' ."-"':.' ", "., ' . ". ' ' '
i Mr. Graham introduced a bill autliorizins
the N. C. R R'Cb. fo transter one million
dollars of stock to the A. & N. C. R. R. Co.
Referred to committee on claims. .
Also a bill authorizing railroads or other
Corppratnos to' purchase the stock of the
State in their several companies by return
ing to the State equivalent bonds. Referred
to committee on claims.
Also a bill to amend the charter of the
city ot Raleigh limiting suffrage to register
ed, native or naturalized tax paying citizens
and conferring suffrage on persons not
resident in Wards where they hold property.
Keterred to committee- on judiciary. '
Resolutions were '" adopted : instructing
members of Congress to vote for remission
of the United States : direct tax on real es
tate ; also that the public treasurer be re
quired to furnish' statistics of the . military
movement ; also to raise a committee inquire
in reference to the State's interest in the
Cspe Fear Navigation Co. . H
Mr. Price's resolution to lurnish help to
the doorkeeper, also a resolution introduced
by Mr. Graham, to pay $2 per diem to men
already employed, were relerred to the Uom
mittee on Grounds and Buildings.
i Messrs. JNorment, Ueaslcy and .. Dargan
were auuointed as the Senate branch of the
Joint Committee to report a bill relating to
per diem, aud Messrs. JUurpby, Urowell and
Bellamy, on a Committee on Public Roads,
: Mr. Graham's bill relating to suffrage
municipalises was taten up,
; Mr. Moore saw no reason for specifying
"native and naturalised citizens." Some
might consider it doubtful whether freedmen
would be regarded as cither native or natu
ralized citizens, and they might be excluded
under this bill ; and be moved to amend by
inserting the words 'citizen of the United
States." instead. . 1
Mr. Graham suggested that the' words
"elector of the. State of North t. Carolina",
would be sufficient, and ..the. bill was so'
i Mr. Graham moved to strike out thirty
days and insert ninety.
i Mr. Olds saw no reason for making dis
tinctions between municipal and State elec
! Mr. Moore considered that this provision
was in direct violation or the Constitution
; Mr. Warren thought it constitutional
Mr. Lehman said : With all due deference
to the. Senator irom Beaufort, I venture to
differ with him. He has said that the Con
stitution of the United States is a grant of
power, while the Constitution of the State
is a limitation of power. That distinction
is valid. The Constitution of North Caro
lina has limited the qualifications of elec
tors by requiring a residence of one year in
the tstate and tnirty days in the Uounty.
How are these municipalities created ? ". Is
it not by the power of the electors, through
the Legislature ? Now can the sovereign
put greater powers into the bands of the
subject than itself ' possesses 1 ' The State
can only grant such privileges' as are cor
extensive with its own. No county or town
can possess greater power than .the. State
itselt possesses. This General Assembly can
legislate on all subjects, except . where it is
restricted by the Constitution .'That limits
the power of the State, and; pari passu, it
limits the power of municipalities. Muni
cipal corporations are a part of the govern
ment of the State. , That has been recently
decided. ., A municipality, is a part of the.
Jiacbinery of the State, and,' in this respect,
iffers from a banking or railway corpora-;'
uou, auu jue state lias, luerecore, a rig at to
take away its powers. Nor can it have
greater powers than the State has.' There
fore, a municipality can only require a resi
dence of thirty days in the County and one
year in.tue State. . .. . . .
i Messrs, King, Robbing, of . Rowan, and
Jones agreed to this view: , ,
The amendment was. lost ayes 11. nays
9fc..;.. -i.t! Vui'i. i u, l.. I !,!(.
j The bill was amended by making the time
for regular municipal, elections ., .hereafter
the first Mondapvin May; and the Senate
voted to reqonsidex tle amendment changing
from thirty days to ninety, and to postpone
Ull Knday next 7. . ;lt,.; i,,..
j The bill about Code Commission printing
passed us third reading, yeas 37, nays none
i A, bill to allow mnoicipaliij to buy .land
for a cemetery, passed three leadings, by
unanimous votet j .. , i, iiim -
i ' Bill to remove certain suits from one iudi
cial district to; another ; also a .bill for the
relief of lax collector of Bladen j . also a bill
for the relief of the shenff of Wilkes county,
were passed without opposition.
, ' Bill requiring sheriffs and coroners to give,
notice in certain cases was amended by in
serting a proviso that all costs; resulting
from such potice shall be paid by the plain
tiff, and was then committed to the Judiciary
Committee. .,,,. ,.. .j 'a h i -
Bill to continue permanently force an act,
to suspend the code ot civil procedure in
certain cases passed its third reading, ayes
38. nays u-t ihi ;! !'.vTii r.-tr.i
1 Bill to incorporate the Peonies Building
: and Loan Association f Salem i also; - a bill
1 to tepeal tn act to extend the corporate
limits of the. town ot.Kutnertoraton, passed,
the second reading. ,h -. .-,
: The bill to consolidate theNorth-Carolina
R R. Co., and the North Western N. a R,
R Co., passed the second-reading, and the
Senate voted to print it and make it the spe
cial order tor Thursday at ism.
i Report ot the special committee on election
in Guilford and Alamance was received,
and laid upon table (all tomorrow at 11.
: The Senate adjoarned till , 10 o'clock to-
morrow.i - .' !:!:mjj ai'j ivt..it .i:J-Jv
HOUE OF REPRESENTATIVES. '
";:':!' 7.,';'Vvi'.",1?OTT Dec-5th- :'
The House met at JO o'clock. ., , u ,
Speaker in the Chair.,:; ,,, . .';,'", ,
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Carroll.
Journal of yesterday .read and corrected.
Mr. Dunham from the committe on Privi
leges, end Elections, reported on the late
election in Hertford county, and recom
mend that Mr. Newsom be allowed to take
his scat. Placed on the calendar- , . ' .
Mr. Crawford, : from the committee on
Engrossed Bills,reported the bill concerning
tpe;, several townships in ; Jackson county
as fproperiy engrossed.' "T v i:
Mr. Sparrow, from tho Committee on Ju
diciary, reported a hill for the relief of the
latesheriffof Hertford, and recommendcil its
passage .;tli 1 U-.-fU-- l- ,r
' ' I510DCCTfaS 0P RESOLtmONS. '
Mr. Strudwick introduced a resolution in
reference to the seat of Mr. Fisher, member
from Bladen, and instructing the committee
on Privileges and. Elections t6 enquire into
tne matter. riaceo on tne calendar. .
I Mr. McNeill introduced a resolution in
favor of the sheriff of Robeson County.
Referred to the committee on, Propositions
and Grievances.' ' ' 1 . . V , ,. ' . . " ' , ,
Mr. Robbins introduced a resolution for the
relief pf the sheriff of Bertie county. Re
ferred to,therjnajk?MUtee.. ,
jir. mcAiee lniroaace resointinn re
questing ' the judiciary committee to report
a bill to reduce the clerical force employed
By the different State officers at the scat of
government., Placed on tlie calendar,
INTRODUCTION OF BILI. " ' '
. --, - n )! ... .! ... '
Mr. .Dickey iatrtiducefta bill to lie enti
tled ah'act -for the' relief of J. . W. Piercy,
late -Sheriff of .Cherokee- Referred to the
committee on Propositions and Grievances.
Mr. Martin introduced a bill tor tne reuet
of the sheriff of Carteret county., Referred
to the Committee op Finance. ,
I Mr. Hill introduced a bill to amend an
act to lay off' homestead and personal prop
erty exemption. Referred to the Judiciary
Committee.' .' " ,,' 1 -i
Mr. McAfee introduced a bill In relation
to the election of Judges of the Superior
Court and lor other purposes.' Referred to
the committee on Judieiary.
Mr. York introduced a bill to abolish the
Code Commission. Referred to the Judi
ciary Committee. ,
Mr. Gambrell introduced a resolution to
change the boundary line between Wilkes
and Alleghany counties. Referred to the
Committee on Propositions and Grievances,
Mr. Johnson ot Johnston, introduced a
bill to be entitled an act concerning a Con
vention or the people. .Placed on the cal
endar. ,' ' . , .
Mr. Tomlinson introduced a bill to author
ize the Commissioners of Randolph county
to appoint a tax collector. Referred to the
Finance Committee. ,
On motion the rules were suspended and
the bill in relation to tho town .ot Golds-
boro' was taken up.
Mr. Smith of Wayne offered a substitute
for the bill. ' ' . ,
Mr. Cawthorne moved to refer the bill and
substitute to the committee on Corporation?.
Mr. Smith, of Wayne, hoped the Home
would not sustain tne motion to reter.
Mr. Page said that in the late elections
the. Democratic party proclaimed on the
stump that none of the rights of citizens
suouid be taken away, from them and this
bill certainly was an abridgement of such
rignts, and he did not think the General
Assembly had .the right to restrict the time
of rfrsitlpncft in minifies, fi'pt would, do
towns, and asked it bv extending the
from 10 to 90 -days was not an abridgement
ot the rights of citizen
Mr. Cawtborn said he did no oppose the
bill on party feelings but simply on account
of the absence of Mr. Copetand. , , ,, -
sur naray hoped the House would sus
tain the motion to refer, that the bill would
interfere with the rights of certain citizens,
and that the magnanimity of the House
should be extended and a full discussion be
bad, for the people of the State were look
ing to this General Assembly to remedy the
evils which had occurred during the last ,
few years. . : -1
Mr. Tucker desired that the bill should be
refcircd to a future day. and hoped the ma -
jprity of the House would not put the ag
law on me minority and moved tnat tne oiti
and substitute be made a special order for
Wednesday. Lost. , ... . ; , . , ., ; -
I On the motion to refer, the yeas and nays
were called and the motion was lost.
Mr. Sykes moved to amend by striking
but "ninety days and insert "thirty days.''
Lost.. . ',. I . ... , ,'
Mr. Justice said that Section 1 of Article
Q, of the State Constitution provides "that
every mala person in , the United.. States,
WHO nave . been naturalized, twenty-one
years okh and upward, who shall have re
sided in the State one year next preceding
the election, shall be deemed an elector.''
That the provisions of this bill making it
necessary. for a voter to have resided within
the incorporation for ninety days was, in his
judgment, a violation of the spirit and in-t
tention of the Constitution, and that by the
inserting of ninety days was an attempt to
deprive certain classes of their constitutional
rights, and the poor and laboring men of the
State would notice such attempts. .
I Mr. Welch said that the provisions of the
, bill did not put restrictions on any one. The
Uepublican party had their principle and. tho
Democrats had their principle, and he hoped
the minority would not feel hurt if they pur
sued such a course ; and it' was the intention
of ,the majority to legislate for the good of
the whole people. . , .. , , . . .
i On motion the special order concerning
the city of Wilmington was postponed until
Thursday so that the House could continue
the discussion the bill nnder considera
tion. ;.. . ...-... :
Mr. Tomlinson moved to amend by strik
ing out "30 days? and insert "60 days,"Lost
, j Mr. Page moved to amend by inserting
that the charter so amended, shall be sub
mitted to the people of Goldsboro'. Lost. , .
I The previous question - was called, the
substitute to the bill was adopted and . the
,bill passed its second reading. , , ,-.
On motion of Mr. Sprrow, the rules were
suspended to take;up Senate bill in reference
to the contested Senatorial election in Gran
ville and Person counties, and the bill pass-'
ed its second ann third readings. i ;: ',
- ; On motion of Mr. Dunham the rules were
suspended to take np the report of the com
mittee on the Hertford county election,: and
the report of the committee was concurred
in and Mr, Newsom came forward,was quali
fied and took his seat.., ., ... j :-.;,
, On motion of Mr. Jones, ol Caldwell, ' the
rales were suspended and House resolution
rqeuesting our Representatives and Senators
in Congress to urge the . donation of funds
by that body to be used as a literary fund
for the education of the destitute children
.black and white of tlie State was taken; up,
and adopted. . 'n. -.m:
House bill to restore burnt aecords to the
several courts of the State , , Passed . third
reading and was ordered engrossed : ; ,:,
A message was received from the Senate.
transmitting Senate resolution. No. 48. in re
gard to the special tax on whiskey, brandy
and tobacco. notuyirtg the. House ot its paa-
sage and asked the concurrence of then.
Honse. . ; '"' sw-'ii''t
j Adjourned. ' . b-tirf xiit ul .t.'f
i OT?XT i TW . , . .
...... OSHiaiA,. I )j; '.,. ; j-t-l
Tuesday, Dec, 0th, 187Qr.!i
Senate met at 10 o'clock. . n.r,t ,v -V
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Earle, ,, !)" ,;t -, ,i i
President in the chain-! f n ,t;
Journal ol yesterday ral and approved.,,;
A memorial was presented from tb ex-
ecutors of Gov. Worth, asking the State to
ussume certain claims now held by , them n.,
against the United States, tor occupancy of
the Executive Mansiuu. Referred to Com-fJ.Jf
mittee an. Jndiciuty.-., it.coi mnif-i.iT .ilf.
Mr. outs prraentvd a memorial irom lhi:s.
3. Tuc ker in relerenceto certain State ia- ,,,
dc-btedni-sa to ; bim, .and . asking paysMRt
out ot tlie lreasurv. It , seems . that Mr. t-
Tncki r purfcliased certain claims against ,t
the biate held by parties wh furnished j
miMicys to. the, State, chiefly o charitable
purposes, luring.Gov., Worth's administra- t
thm.l . Referred to CommUtoe on Claims. ji
Mr. Allen, from the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs, reported back the bill tore-
peal the act for the better seennng of life ,
and property, and recommended its passage:
Placed on lbe calendar, t,.: ,..(, .i; -..i-
Also a bill to provide pensions for.dis
abled Confederate soldiers. ...The cnnunittee j j
rccuminendad that the bill i ,ot fm:,L
Plseed the ealewdarf rt. tA .-i ujt
Mr. Oid jnJSoBUBtte f Jdciry, .
reported back the bill .rifelTuig h r
nsdicttaoi 1 iiaatardT-tnwta. nWii
mended that it do not pass. Calendar,;.,, .;
I mr. iaiuam, from (Jommittee on xuiaw,
reported back tha bill for the.relief pf sbeff
ills and tax collectors, and recommended, jlf ,(j
passage. .. , ;. ;;.lt; ' v.,;;,,
j Mr. Graham, Irom committee on Judiciary,' f)
reported back the bill, to amend the chajy
tcr ot Elizabeth City. ' - The committee con- ,
sidered some of the provisions of the bill
contrary to the Bill of Rights and recom ...
j i ..... i rn i i .
menu a Buosuiute. . lue buusuiuio .
vides that no person shajl be an elector ih' ,
that city who, is iu arrears for town taxes,
or who shall not have, been .ninety days
resident in the municipality. Calendar,', 1
Mr. Love from Committee on Salaries and E
Fees, being unable to report, . asked that r
their report may be made the special order ' '
for to-morrow at 12 o'clock. . The Senate so
j The House asked concurrence in' a' pfu"
providing that the districts reported by 'tlic ,
Commissioner of Jackson county shall be- :
recognized as townships, and the bill passed
its three readings without opposition. ; ,
Bills were introduced by Mr. Dargan for (
the relief ol the ' former sheriff of Anson
county. Referred to committee on Propo- f
sitions and Grievances. ' u!
By Mr. Bellamy, a bill to repeal sections' ,
13, 14 and 15, chap. 2, revised code. ' 'Re-f
ferred to committee on Judiciary. . !'. ' ..
By Mr. Linney, to amend chap. ICO, laws .
ol 68 and 69. ' Referred to committee on .;
Judiciary. . . '.
By Mr. Robbins of Davidson, a resolution ,
asking members of congress to use their in- :,
ftuence to secure such an amendment' 'ot '
the bankrupt law, so that bankrupts may
hereafter have the benefit of homestead and
personal property exemptions .allowed, by
the laws of North-Carolina. Adjopted. : , i
The report of the committee on the elec- :
tion in Guilford and Alamance was recom
mitted with instructions, v .f n! -
The committee on Incorporations -reeonv . .,'
mended the passage of the bill to incorpo
rate the Peoples Building and Loan ; Asso--) ,
ciation of Salem', and the bill passed tlw
third reading, yeas 43. nays none., . ;, r ,. '
' Also the byi to repeal an act to-extend
"the corporate limits of the town of Rnth
erfordton. . :
The bill allowing the transfer of certain
cases pending in the late Courts of Equity, . .
passed its second readings i.t . . . ;!:::
Mr. Price, by permission, introduced a .
bill to incorporate the Mechanics Associa
tion, of Wilmington. ; Referred to commit
tee on Corporations. , i- t . ;
Mr. JNormenL by permission, introduced
a bill to repeal an set to extend the corpo-i
rate limits of the town ef Wilmington.. Re
ferred to the committee on Corporations.,
ineioiiowing bum passed t heir . second .
reading i:...: i., , ,-. , , .-.
Concerning the poor house ol Lincoln :
county;. . - ..:i: ,j , 5
To amend the inspection law ;,.jt .
Concerning inspectors in the citf of Wil i
mington.;- , , ...j-
To incorporate the Wilmington and Ons :
low railroad company ; ; : , u
f orthe reliet ot the shenff of GuiUord.
A House message announcing tlie passage i
of a resolution ask members ot Congress to
use their influence to secure an epprypria- -tion:
of the: proceeds of public - lands for i
educational purposes in North Carolina, : i
Also a resolution tliat the joint committee i
on the Asylum tor the Deaf Dumb and the
mind, be instructed t report at an early , :
day, some means for the support of that in
stil tuti on.. Jioth Raoiutions laid over. -
Mr. Lehman, from the judiciary commit
tee, reported back the bill for the repeal ..
the act regulating the manner of applying; '!
for pardons, recommended that it do not
pass: and proposed as a substitute therefor, H
a bill that the act be so amended that every
such application shall contain the grounds
and reasons of the application, and be ac- ,
companied by a certificate ol the indictment 1
and the judgment of the court, j . . . .:,..;
1 he substitute was adopted and the bill .
passed its second reading. ......
Mr. Graham, by leave, introduced a bill
for the relief of the legal representatives of .'
John Turner, late Sheriff of Orange County,
authorizing him to collect arrears ol taxes.
1 be bill was amended to so as to include
the name of Lc.tran H. Laurens, late sheriff '
ol Lincoln county. Also so assjtf exempt :
estates of deceased persons from payment vt ' 1
such arrears, and the bill then passed jts sev- '
cral readings.. , f . n-. -7.
Leave of absence was granted to the
Piesident and to Senator Morehead,and the
Senate adjourned till to-morrow at 10 A. M.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES V
:,t ...-ii H i-TnRSDAf, Dee. ;1870. "i
Honse met at 10 o'clock. ,; . J ; '-
The Speaker ta the Chsir. ! ' - - ' I
Prayer' by Rev.' Mt.' Durham. ; :i .?-.'
The journal of yesterday was read arid ap
proved, i ." ! "-t .';--
1 REPORTS OF STAKDIBO COMMITTEES," "
Mr. Sparrpw, from the! judiciary commit
tee, reported a substitute for the resolution
in reference to the general amnesty bill and
recommended its passage. 7; .;-
Mr. McNeill, from committee on proposi
tions and grievances, recommended the pas-
l r-1 1 r, ...
sage 01 iu lujiuwiog nouae uius s . " , )
Nos. 49, 2 33 and CL. Placed on the c
calendar. noH ,J, . . ,., . .j,r,it,
Mr, York introduced a bill reqnestiag the -
beads of he departmeaU to furnish certain 1
information. Placed on (be calendar. Vsi '
Mi.. Jordan introduced resolution con
cerning the alleged Improper etpfenditures ''
of public funds for the last two years- i
Placed on the calendar. , : .1:
Mr. Marler introduced a resolution raising
a joint com mittee of 12 to report amend
ments to the constitution. Placed On the "
calendar. -., ; 7..' t 'fir ..' ! - . cr.y
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