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THE ISOKfH OiilWLlISA ; 9
B5K',?Pv,Taa TOMPTROLLKR OF PUBLIC AC.
rCBLIC FDNDS-(RECE1PTS.) "
29 ot eource, frok wkick tU StcifU'of
the FuMw. FumA A.. j j 1 J
- - "wv vvn IMTtTCU,
J. W. Steed, 8heriff Randolph County,
be'ng amount receded by him from
Quakers in laid County, under an
act of the General Assembly ofjf . 0,
concerning Militia, (leas oommia
ions,) .Swnperaons for 8 per cent. State
vuvjiun imwus, aa ioiiows:
W. Richardson Co,
I. O. Lash, 9
Sinking: Fund of N. C.
C. i. Hammauskold,
ft. H. Rountree,
D. A. Barnes,
J G. Williams Co.,
Branch bank of Lexington at Graham,
fcr 6 per cent. .State Coupon Bonds'
issued in payment of note of the State
for temporary loan held by said bank,
Received of sundry persons during this
month in N. C. Treasury notes for 6
per cent State Coupon Bonds, au
thorized to be issued under an act of
the General Assembly of N. C, rati
fled Dee. 20th, 1862, entitled "An
act to provide ways and means for
supplying the Treasury," as follows:
D. A. Barnes.
J. M. Wettb,
A. M. Powell,
R- H. Roantree,
Thos. J. Mitohell,
K. R. Lewis,
J. M. Powell,
- D. A. Barnes,
O. W. Wooley,
W. R. Richardson & Co.
R. W. Harris,
J. G. Williams A Ca.,
Sundry Banks, tax on capital stock, as
Bank of Lexington, W
Branch Bank of Lexington, Graham,
Bank ol Clarendon,
Farmers' Bank of N. C.,'
Bank of Favetterille,
Bank of North-Carolina,
Bank of Washington,
Bank of Roxboro',
Bank of Lexington, (balance,)
Peter Adams, tax for the charter of Rich
Fork Manufacturing Company,
issued during this month if. C. Treas
ury I of es, as follows:
Notes of SO ctseach,
" " 85 M
M U JQ a
" " 5 " .
The following persons, accrued interest
on 7 per cent Confederate Bonds : -8.
John Derereux, A. Q. M.,
.PUBLIC FUND DISBURSEMENTS.)
Showing the ttttral object for which tht Dubuntmmtt if
the Public Fund have been made.
Accrued interest on 8 and 8 per cent
State stocks, $ 85,517 01
appropriation lor educational purposes, 600 -
Appropriation for Deaf A Dumb Asy-
for manufacture of
Appropriation for relief of soldiers' fam
ilies. Appropriation for vaccinating purposes,
Board of Internal Improvements, .
Copying laws, .
Council of State,
Interest on 8 per cent. State Coupon
Interest on 6 per cent. State Coupon
Interest on Coupon Bonds of Cape Fear
and Deep River Navigation Co.,
Interest on Bends of iayettBvil'e and
Western Plankroad Company,
Interest on Slate registered bond;, -Interest
on State loans,
Interest on 8 per cent, certificates of
Interest on 6 per cent certificates of
Interest on State Treasury notes.
' 700 60
Money remaining in hands of Clerks,
Mutilated State Treasury notes,
Public Tax Refunded,
Resolutions of General Assembly,
Sheriffs for Settling, "n
State Coupon Bonds, 8 per cent
State Coupon Bonds, 6 per cent (con'
State Department, .
State Registered Bonds,
Superintendent of Public Buildings,
Treasurv Notes Taken np,
Western N. C, Rail Road Surrey.
. 1,571 18
Detailed as follows:
0;t Paid W. H. Hamilton, Superintendent
of Capitol Square, bis 3d quarter's
salary for 1862,
D. W. Bain, Clerk to Comptroller of
State, his Sd quarter's salary for
J. R. White, 8heriff of. Perquimans
County, for making retnrn of Con
gressional election in November,
Pulaski Cowper, Secretary of Council
of 8tate. expenses, of meeting of
Council held October-10th, 1862,
Z. B. Vance, Governor of North-Carolina,
on account of salary for 8d quar-
3L-aL -Curtis Assistant Stats Geolo
gist, ma aa quarters salary w 101,
WT E- Anderson, Treasurer Insane
Asvlum of N. C, on account 6T said
Sundry persons, interest on 6per cent
State Coupon Bonds of N. C.,
Sundry seasons, interest on 8 par cent
State Coupon Bonds of N. C.
intaraat on CoUDOn
ouuui; j,.. , . i
Bonds of Cape Fear and Deep River
Sundry Banks of N. C interest on
temporary loans, as follows:
Bank of'Charlotte, (Discount)
Merchants' Bank of Newborn (Int and
Bank of Clarendon, (Discount,)
Bank of Commerce, (Int and Dis.,)
Bank of Charlotte,
Branch Bank of Caps Fear, Greens
boro', Thomas Ruffin, interest on 8 per cent
certi fiesta of Stater Stock,
C R Thomas, interest on 6 per eent
'certificate of State Stock.
Alfred Jones, interest on bonds of Fay-
etteville end Western Plankroad
AMrednM, Interest on State Regis-
Sundry persons, int on XI. O; Treas
ury Notes, "
J L. Bailey, Judge Superior Court, for
1 certificate from 6th Circuit, Fall
R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts,
for 6 certificate from Sd Circuit, Fall
James' E. Kerr, Solicitor, for 5 certifi
cates from th Circuit Fall 1862,
A. Thompson, Solicitor, for 8 certifi
cates from 2d circuit Fall 1868,
R. M. Henry. Solicitor, pro tot.
certificate from 7th Circuit Fall 1 1861
Thos. Settle, Solicitor, for 6 Certificates
from 4th Circuit, Fall 1868,
H. A. Gilliam, Attorney General pro
Urn. for 8 certificates, fromd Circuit,
' Fall 1868, .
(to as eoimjrtnra.)
PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
" SENATE. '.
TW. ... '... Fibat; Dec lllgRS.
fue senate mmt ml l A '-i.v -i i j F .
Mr. Warren rf" Vv-TZZ 'Vurml -
kill .j juuiciary commiitee. reported a
in., th.t TT ""ana lerminer, p
r. iassiter, from the committee
CSTni' bUl Mtablishmg the fees of clerks
and sheriffs of Gui ford eonnw wKinh . r-u.
Adamsasaed iUseverafreadings; ' - -
mii ri,)?.1fTen,10m tbe jndiciary committee, reported a
P,n,,,hnlelt of crimes committed within the
en?.mT "ne8i recommending its passage.
SutI" SzSfT "Wntion direcfinghe transferor
) u. e Confederate States. .
,r".h.if S3ld he introduced the resolution in order to
5?,!1? beX eDeDSe ot Pying body of troops that
should be paid by the Conftrit.m, v
Mr. Wriirht a hill n .w. .u..... r .u.
.,, T " ' .uwUVt mn quarter ui weraretie-
Tille Insurance Company. Passed its several readings.
Mr. Arendell, a bill to authorise fourjusttceg to appoint
s commissioner for Carteret couutv. '
... - . uiurea io amena oy adding Craven county.
The bill, as amended.-passed its 2d and 8dread nes.
air. Younir. from the mili. Jj . ' .
? .?0D ntho.n1nK the Governor to transfer all State t mops
to the Confederate government, recommending its passage.
- M F I4pnhm a kill . . i , s .
-.- " luourporate ine urpnan s rund
Association. Passed its 2d snd 8d readings and sent to the
Mr. Graham, a rexnlntion nrnnnfiinM 4a MBHinJ lit !nt
order to adiourn in rfnn UmuivJ -nnnin;n vai .
j kt . A . j .... f i ft " "w
day.. Not utrreed to. .
Mr. Wiggins, from the finance committee, reported a bill
wu1!' taxe8 4)5Jfi.PrpPel'ty. recommending its passage.
The bill. On motf Tl Mr. Slamrhtor naiKuvl vtn 9.A nt UA
readings. Nwf .
Mr. Arendell, from the committee on corporations, "re-,
ported a bill to incornorate the Hilirata Mininor Comnani
recommending its passage."
SXOBOSSBO BILLS FIE8T UiOIKO. '
A bill denninir the dutlM (if tha iSvaafinror nf ihft T.itar.
a bill to punish crimes committed within the enemy's
lines. . . ' .
A bill to ineomnrata tha TuVvillii Miiiinv and MannfUn.
taring Company. .
a biii to eatavbab frraded schools in tbe State.
A bill to authoriM th ilOB ftf A limited MQitntnfnntl
N. C. Treasurv botes.
A bill to nar a nreminm of t9 nor nnnnil tnr all mrnrA
raised was rejeoted.
-f bill to amend the act in regard to soldiers voting
(Allows returns to be made to the Secretary of State in the
absence of the sheriff) Referred to the judiciary commit
Mr. Slaughter presented a list of Magistrate, far Herts 1
county. Agreed to.
Leave of absence was granted Mr. Matthews from and
Mr. Warren, a bill to admit nrnnf nf haniuTiiiinr ;n
A resolution in favor of Drnrr Vinir ' P
J 4 awaivw au uis.W
A bill in relation to the militia and the guard for Home
Defence was taken no. (The whole list nf AtpmntinnB was
stricken out on Wednesday.)
Mr. Patton moved to amend by directing that the guard
shall not ba called out ta maxst, but by details from each
Mr. Young moved to insert the list of exemptions, pro
viding that they shall only be exempt from drill.
Mr. Carraway was opposed to all the exemptions.
Mr. Adams' thought that "young clerks, (Lmdies, Ac,
should go in and the former be exempted.
Mr. Young's amendment was adopted and the bill passed
its third reading.
A message was received from the House proposing to
adjourn on Monday to meet on the third Monday in May.
- Mr. Hoke moved to insert the third Monday in April
Mr. Patton moved to insert tine die. Rejected.
Mr. Outlaw moved to insert Wednesday. Rejected.'
The proposition of tbe House was concurred io.
The bill to amend the charter of the Piedmont Railroad
Company was token up, pending which tbe Seuate adjourn
ed to 33 i o'clock this evening.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
The House met at 10 o'clock, A M.
The journal of yesterday was read and approved.
The committee to which was referred a message from
the Governor in relation to the establishment of a State
Armory, aked a discharge from its further consideration,
owing to the advanced stage of the session, Ac.
On motion of Mr. Burns, a resolution was adopted re -striding
members to five minutes speeches in debate.
Mr. Patterson introduced a resolution authorizing the
Governor to take possession of the Cotton Factories, nd
hare them operated for the benelit-nf tha people, alloyvTrg
their owners 75 per cent, on profits. Referred to the
committee on tbe judiciary.
Mr Cowle, a bill relating to the Supreme Court. .Re
ferred to tbe same committee.
Mr. Keener, a bill to authorize the Governor to accept
the services of Cherokee Indians to repel invasion, etc.
Referred to the committee on military afiairs.
Mr. Carter, a bill concerning the Governor's salary.
Authorizes the Governor to draw (500 of bia salary from
State funds in the hands of S'aTe agents abroad.) The
rules were suspended, and the bill was rejected on its 2d
Mr. Henry, of Bertie, a resolution to rescind the joint
Order for (in adjournment. rPruyuiii mm adjoa-m-
ment on Monday next, until the 3d Monday of April next.
Mr. Love moved to amend by striking out tbe words
" un til the third Monday of April next." Not agreed to.
Mr. Henry modified his resolution so as to provide for
an adjournment on Wednesday, the Ititb. instant, until the
8d Tuesday of May, 18ii4
Mr. Harris, of Chatham, moved to restore the words
"Monday the 14 inst ," striking out tha words " Wednes
day the 16th inst" Agreed to.
The resolution as amended was then adopted.
On motion of Mr. Lore, tbe House reconsidered the vote
by which was rejected, on Thursday, tbe bill to amend an
act entitfcd militia, on its second reading. (The bill gives
to tbe Ass'nt Adj't Gen 1, tbe rank aad pay of Major, and
allows Clerks in the military departments salaries not ex
ceedmg$l,.perannu;m. ine question raCUITlUg ou iub paa-ajje m uv un i-u iw
second reading, the yeas and nays were ordered, on motion
of Mr. Peebles, and the bill passed veas 3, nays 23.
On motion of Mr. Grissom, the rules were suspended and
tba bill passed its third reading. -
Mr. Hawes introduced a bill 10 authorize the justices of
New Hanover county to fix the rates of ferriage at Big
Bridge ferry. Passed first reading.
1 On motion of Mr. Smith, of Washington, ths Bouse re
considered tbe vote by which was rejected thi morning
" a bill in relation to the Governor's salary," and the bill
passed its several readings.
r . . . j . L:ll 1 1
Mr. r er.ion inxroauceu a uiu w auuu vunpKt , o
vised Code, entitled ' currency." Referred to the com
mittee on finance.
On motion of Mr. Carter, the House reconsidered the
vote bv which it referred to the judiciary committee this
morning "a bill relating to the Supreme Court." Au
thorizing the Governor to call special sessions of said
Court! The rules were suspended and the bill passed its
several readings. ' .
Mr. Harrison introduced a bill to increase the pay or the
Governor's messenger, which passed its several readings
under a suspension of the rules -
Mr. Watson, a resolution in favor of Wm. Patterson,
late 8heriff of Alamance. Passed its several readings.
A bill to compel Railroad Compaynies to keep fire, water
and lights io their coaches; a resolution, in favor of
Council Wooten; s bill to tax Express Companies j and
a bill to incorporate the Cahota mining company, passed
severally their third reading. . .
A bill to incorporate tbe Comstock mining company ; a
bill to allow a fee to the Assistant Clerk of the Treasurer
for tbe registration of bonds, and a bill to regulate the ot
flee hours of certain public officers, passed their third read-
A bill concerning the Home Guard.
Passed second read
A bill to amend an set authorising the employment of
slave labor on fortifications, Aa, was laid on tbe table on
its second reading. , , . " .. .
A bill directing how the tax on bank stock, dividends,
Ac , shall be paid. Passed 2d and 8d readings.
A bill concerning Common Schools. Passed second read-
'"SiifSWiaWrcoucurrei by uieasaga rathe proposition from
the House, that the two Houses adjourn on Monday the 14th
inst., to meet on tbe third Tuesday in May next.
The House then adjourned, nntil 8 o'clock P. M .
Tbe greater part of the evening session was held with
closed doors. '
The bill'to change the gaage of the Piedmont railroad to
that of tbe Danville railroad was laid on the table.
. BILLS PA89S0 THKIB THI ED BEADING.
A bill to provide for the holding of courts of Oyer and
Terminer. ..... ' ,A.
A bUl to incorporate the Miners' Mining and Smelting
Company. . , '
A bill to authorize the sale of Cherokee lands. -
On motion the Senate adjourned to Saturday at 9
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
The following bills passed eir second reading, viz :
A biH concerning arson j a bill to incorporate the North
Carolina Express Company ; an engrossed bill to incor
norate tbe Salem and High. Point Plank road Company ;
a bill to repeal an act entitled - an act to change the ju
risdiction of the Courts, and the rules of the pleading
therein " passed at the second extra session of the General
Assembly, A. T),18fi0-'6l; a bill in relation to larceny
and robbery ; a bill to increase the fees of the special
maeistrateof Wilmington; a bill to amend an act enti
tled "Revenue." ! '. . . ..
Tb following passed their second and third readings,
T' A bill concemingunpressments; a bill to amend an act
entitled "Reveuue." TinK Insurance Companies in
corporated out of the State J .,.
An engrossed resolution in favor of Levi Dawson.
Mr. Henry, of Bertie, moved that a message.be sent to
tbe Senate, requesting tha body to return a bill relative
to the Governor's salary, which passed the House Wis
morning, his object being to obtains reconsideration or
the vote by which said bill passed its third, reading m the
House. . .. .t j. vi
Mr. Grissom moved that this motion lie on the table,
which was not agreed to. The question recurring, Mr.
Henry's motion to recall tba bill was adopted. .
The House then took reM until half pas seven
o'clock, P. M.
The TTmiaAnaf j . . nurr
at if -IT. ," "uu into secret sesaloa
its close untU to-morrow at lu o'clbefcA.
o'clock, A: k.
r : - w'- -r
uut 1 77. .... 0 wuiuiuuLee on educatt
"r; w""en presented s bin to pay Judge for t 3i
A bill In. n.....: .....I," ' i.. -S'-'iftV.'-
ha7r " ,r , pruui oinanu-wntmgm
bate of wills, passed 1U second reading ; a bill Jo,
ui cotton and tobacco beyond a en
was taken uo.
MeSSra. Hnlaman nil l...:i .i 'i-H
ttiat the legislature would transcend their autV
t.u ijr bucu law. it was a species of despot I.
Mr. Graham said that such restrictions wereflt fo
and calculated to dissatisfy tbe citisen. Let tb
alone, and they would do riirht aa thAv hmA
Mr. Sanders moved to postpone indefinitely i4
to.. Teas TI2, nays 9.
Mr. Ramsay, from the committee on claims, freps Sir
. . . nuaian ui jiaaen county, asa.
be discharged from its further consideration. r4. i
a out to transfer State troops to the Confi
- , 11 a miwcu up. J--
Mr.- Bagley-eaid he hoped the Senate would not
resolutions reported by the committee. In an ol
j ue uau sametning to do with the raising 1
lUUon of the troona nrnnooail in ha trJi.
knew that thev were raiiwd
the State and Conrcderate authorities, that tbey t ito
be retained in the service of the State, and for spet "
vice and local defence in the State ; and the pasesi.rtjJe
resolution would be a gross violation of faith-ani-fr.
01 ithe State government - The people in that seetuLr'
State,.from which he came, had been aliameMolBid,
and thereby overrun by the enemy. Left thustSfcfew"
detence, tbey had patriotically- organized, WiiipW-sjiiis-tauce
from the Confederate gorernmeat, t reSt TaSde
feat the enemy, who was robbing them of rail they possess
ed ; snd, now, whentbey have just organized in sues a way
ss to more effectually accomplish their object, it was pro
posed to transfer them to the Confederate governlueut.
Tbe passage of the resolution would be gtosslr unjuatand
tatamount to disbanding the organizationA-. ... V ,
.The bill was laid on the table. ? ' '. ' -:
bill to tax Express Companies was, oh motioil of Mr.
Graham, laid on tbe table ; a bill to funikh tbe breaking
of a house in tbe day time with death, passed Us third
reading; also,abill to incorporate the Loikville Manufac
turing Company. - !
A resolution to prevent illegal impressments f .: 'I ' '
Mr. lirown-said that he would go as fafas any one to
support the exivernment. Knt that ha wik nBrrilina-'n
surrender every right and submit to the jBegat snd out-
. TO manna ant a .f tE : W1L - l 1 1 V r . . -
o vo ui vciuuu uiucmu. iHo oui Btissea 11s inira
rending. . J
ine beo&te ameodmeiit in reference to theWires tod (&m-
uie ui somiers. j- . . , - .
A. bill III rfaliatinn tr a rt innNtODA a tui wr A 11. fUa....
meseenger, under a suspension of the rules kissed its third
reading; a bill to regulate office hours, in Wtain offices,
was read third tima and nassed.- 1 "
Engrossed bill in favor Council Wooten, vtas read third
. time and passed. -. j ,.
Engrossed bill to amend sec. 9, chap. 107,- Revised Code,
passed its final reading. ' r
A message, was received from the Commons with "the
uvTcruur a cuuimuDiatiion, proposing to appoint a joint
.wv. vuiuhii.itc w ioiv iue tui tiucaiiuus ou me vane near.
Nut agreed to. 1 .
A-bill concerning justices of the neace in'thn innr.tio.
occupied by the eueiuy a bill to incorporatrthe town of
Hickory Tavern, in the county of Catawba, passed its final
reading ; a bill to incorporate the Pender Monumental As
sociation; was read first, second and third time and passed ;
a bill to transfer the jurisdiction of crimes committed in
counties held by theeuemy, to counties outside, passed its
final leading. .. ..
On motion the Senate took recess till 8 o'clock.
. HOCSF OP COMMONS.'
The House met at 10 o'clock, A. M. The journal! of yes
terday was read and approved.
Mr. Amis from the committee on finance reported a bill
to repeai the iltb section of chap. 23 Revised Code ; which
passed its several readings under a suspension of the rules,
Mr. Grissom, from a select committee, submitted the fol
lowing report which was adopted : -
it iicsBAs, it appears to tnis Ueneral Assembly that or
ganized detachments of Confederate soldiers, under arm
were sent to various preciucts in Bertie county, in this
State, on the fourth d ty ot Novembet, while tbe Congres
sional electionsfor this State were being held; and wnere
as, citizens oT this State were illegally arrested by said de
tachments of soldiers, and other citizens were thereby in
timidated from tbe tree exercise of their clearly defined
constitutional rights; therefore be it
Ettoived. Tflat these acts are in violation nf trm onin't nt
the Constitution of Korth-Uarolina, and 'deserve the cen-"
sure 01 mis usnerai Assembly; and that the Govenor is
requested to lay tbis resolution before tbe President of the
Confederate States. , . -t
Mi M , lllialilllll ri n..i, lifc. MT, in
conlereiicd on tbe disagreeing votes of the tVJuJea on
the bill to amend "an act for tbe relief of the J?Tves and
families of soldiers," recommending that the House agree
to tbe amendments proposed by the Senate, together with'
other aniendmeuts adopted by the committee. The House
concurred in the report and adopted the amendments. -
Mr. Amis, from tbe committee of conference on the bill
concerning salaries and fees, submitted a report ' recom
mending that the House recede from its amendments to
tbe 1st sectioD of tbe bill. The report was concurred io.
Mr. Foust introduced resolutions ia relation to exemp
tions and currency. Postponed until the third Tuesday in
May next. . . '
Mr. Mann, of Pasquotank, a resolution authorizing the
Treasurer to exchange State Treasury Notes for Confed
erate Notes, with soldiers whose families reside within the
enemy's lines. Laid on tbe table.
Mr. Henry, of Bertie, a resolution authorizing the Gov
ernor to demand tbe return to tbis State for trial Wm. D.
Wynne, a citizen of Bertie, now confined in Castle Thunder,
Richmond, Va. Adopted.
Mr. McCormick, a bill to incorporate the Fayette ville
Keroeeue Company. Passed its several readings nnder a
suspension of tbe rules. - "
Mr. Uohbards, a bill to incorporate the town of Hickory
Tavern in the county of Caiawba. Passed its several
readings under a suspension of the rules.
Also an engrossed bill from tbe Senate, in regard to the
Mutual Insurance Company of the Town of Favetteville :
a bill to amend an act entitled "Revenue," was amended
and then passed its third reading.
An engrossed resolution in favor of H. H. Sanderlin,
Sheriff ot Onslow County, passed second and third read
ings ; also a resfhitlon iu favor of Drury King. . -
A bill to release and repar taxes paid on property lost
Passed first reading ; a bill to authorize Justices of Carteret
and Craven Counties to appoint Commissioners, and for
other purposes. Passed first reading.
. A bill concerning Justices of tbe Peace in counties with
in the enemy's lines. Passed second nd third Seadings ;
a bill to incorporate tbe Trustees of the North-Caiolins
Endowment Fund. Passed its several readings. -
A menage was received from the Governor, transmitting
a communication from Major General Wbi ting, in relation
to the fortifications of Wilmington, Ac , asking tbe appoint
ment of a committee to visit and inspect said works. Sent
to tbe Senate with a proposition to raise a committee of
Inspection. '. , . '
A bjill in relation to the payment of Judges holding
Courts of Oyer and Terminer. Passed its several read-'
ines : a bill explanatory of act to admit proof of handwrit
ing of attesting witnesses. Passed its several readings r j
panr. f assed its several readings. " " " : - '
Mr. Joyner (by leave) introduced a bill to incorporate
the Pender Monumental Association. Passed its several
.mdrags. . '... ... . -rr-.-.
-A message trom tne sienate transmitteu tne statement ot
the Bank of Lexington. Laid on the table orderejl to be
A bill lo authorize .Courts of Over and Terminer. Passed
.its severaV readings ;Ti bijl' to punish the breakitairdjrek ;
ling' heuses and stealing therefrom in the day Olius.
Mr. Warren, from the judiciary toiamiUtM 'it
-"ft " mm UU 11.1 k IU1 Mia
Makes this crime a capital ieiony. j utiu on tne tapis.
The Senate refused concurrence in the amendments made '
by the House to the bill to amend the act entitled ' ReVe-"
nue," whereupon tbe House receded from its amendments.
' A bill concerning-the Home Guard. Passed its- third
'he'nqnje then sojourned until 8 o'clock, P. M. i. iir
BVENINQ SESSION. '. ".'.'''
SENATE. - -
' A bill to incorporate the Hilgata mining compsny; a
bill te-exempt certain State officers from conscription. ' -.
Mh Young moved to lav on the (able. Not agreed to. ' '.
Mr. Outlaw moved to strike out magistrates snd militia
officers. ' '-
Mr. Saunders opposed the striking ont, and saH that
these officers were very useful and important for the main
tenance of law and order at borne. . -; - -'
Mr. Outlaw said he could not see the reason for exempt
ing such officers. Thev were more engaged in private
speculation than tbe public service.. . ; .
Mr. Ellis-oppiised the whole bill. . ''."'
Mr Leitch was opposed tohe amendment; thought tbe
officers enumerated were needed at home for the adminis
tration of law and order for home dofenca- . . - - -
Mr. Voung moved to strike out the Jse exempting
mayors, constables and county surveyors sjid -deputy
"MYoungsaid that his amendment did not include pro
ducers; that these officers were generally fit for nothing
but the little offices they filled. . ..' - . -
Both amendments were rejected. .... '!?-.'-.
The bill passed its second reading.
Mr. Wiggins presented a resolution to appoint a com
mission to enquire into the state of the ClotUing Depart
ment, of tbe State, and the prices paid by the Confederate
government for clothes, Ac, and to fix a dhiff if the pres
ent one was not sufficient - :' -'-r
Mr. Pitcbford presented a substitute, appointing a com
mittee of tbe two Houses to enquire into the condition of
the various departments. Rejected. . -: . , : -
Mr. Outlaw offered a resolution fixing the hour of ad
journment on Monday at 9 o'clock, A. M. . . v- - .
The bill exempting certain State officers passed its third
reading. - . ' . - ' '.--rir'"'- '
Tbe Senate adjourned to 7 0 clock: -u ' '
HOUSE OFCOMMOSS. " '.Vif:
Tbe House concurred in the amendments proposed, by
" . ' -.' .;-'. - - J1
thVsenate to' thebilLto amend set ih'nlstion to the
militia and guard for home defence; ;," V 'LVa
, A bill concerning common schools; bill to incorporate
tbeN.C. Express company; a bill to incorporate tbe Salem
and High Point plankroad company; s biU to repeal an
set entitled so set to chsnge the junsdkjtioB of the courts
end the rules of pleading therein, passed at the second ex
tra session of the General Assembly of 180-'i ; bill
' eoncerninglsrceny and robbery, snd m bUl to increase the
.fees of the special magistrate of the town of Wilmington,
passed their third reading. '
- A bill to authorize tbe Governor to socept the services
. of Cherokee Indims, for the defence of the State.
A bill to authorize the justices. of Nw Hanover county
to fix tbe rates of ferriage at Big Black ferry. ,
i - A bill to increase the pay of witnesses and jurors; ana
resolutions requiring sheriffs to refund certain moneys to
:tbe Treasury, passed second and third readings. ...
. ; A bill to amend an act to incorporate the Raleigh snd
Gaston railroad company, was indefinitely postponed.
1 The House then took s recess until 7 0 clock, P. M.
f " SENATE,
. The Senate met at 7J o'clock
- BILLS PASSED THEIB THIRD BKADlnw-
A bill to incnrnaralA tha Cahota mininir and smelting
company; a bill to pay the Governor $500 in foreign ex
A bill to establish graded schools in the State was ta
. Mr. Leitoh thought tha measure an admirable one and
i thi s the time for its adoption. . '
nr. 1 . . .1 II .I. ..UI. A I
air. niggins moved to lay tue oiu ou me uui 10. ajiw
A bill to authorize tjie issue of $400,000 in small Treas
ury notes; a bill to define the duties of tbe Treasurer of the .
Literary rund; a bill change tbe times of holding tbe
courts of Jackson county; s bill to issue duplicate bonds,
to Elizabeth A. Gordon, of Gates county, in lieu of a like
number defaoed and disfigured., .
.- A resolution to give C. Kelly, special justice of Craven
county, a copy of tbe Revised Code.
- A hill to racnrtuintta Pal mvm Lndm Al T. Masons : a
' bill authorising 12 justices to fill vacancies in the office of
snerin of Jackson county; a bill te authorize tneuovernor
to accept tbe services of Indians for State defence.
. , A -resolution protesting againsHllegal arrests made by
armed soldiers at the election in Bertie county was laid ou
tbe table. : ..-:-'
A bill appropriating $1,600,000 for the military depart
ments of the State; a bill appropriating $384,0J0for tbe
purchase of cotton ; a bill to provide for the trial of cases
in counties adjacent when impracticable in the' county
where tbe crime is committed ; a bill to incorporate tbu
Comstock Mining Company; a bill to tax Insurance Com
panies 3 per cent, on gross receipts ; a bill to authorise tbe
issue of bonds to supply deficiences in the Treasury.
-. On motion the Senate adjourned to Monday V o clock.
HOUSE OF C.OMMONR
A bill to provide for holding the elections snd compar
ing the polls in counties within the enemy's lines, passed
" The House concurred in an amendment proposed by the
Sedate, to the bill exempting certain officers from conscrip
tion ; also, in an amendment to tbe resolution demanding
the return of W. D. Wynne, a citizen of Bertie county, to
this State for trial ; also, in amendments to a bill to amend
an act.entitled Revenue. '
A bill to amend the charter of ihe town of Charlotte was
laid on the table; a bill to amend chapter '86 of the Revised
Code, entitled currency, passed second aad third readings.
Resolutions authorizing the Governor to seize tbe cotton
factories and have them operated on State account, allow-,
ing the owners 75 per cent, profit, was laid on the table.
A bill to authorize the Quartermaster of the Home Guard
to exchange bides for. leather and shoes, passed third read
"ing; a resolution in favor of R G. Strickland was laid on
the table; also a bill concerning the wardens of the poor
of Beaufort county. "
A resolution authorizing a "transfer of independent com
panies and battalions in the service of tbe State, to the
Confederate government, was, on motiOuVf Mr. Mann, of
Pasquotank, hi t on tbe table.
. Mr. Amis, by leave, introduced a bill for the maintenance
of the military establishments of the State. (Appropriates
8,3u0,000,l passed first and second readings. Tbe rules
were suspended and the bill was put on its third reading.
Mr. Person moved to. amend by reducing the appropria
tion one half. Adopted.
Mr. Person also moved to amend by striking out of the
bill tbe appropriation of $50,000 for thfaaopport of the
Medical Department ' wav ,
Mr. Person .said that' he offered this amendment because
be 'gathered from the report made by tbe Surgeon General
a few days since, that the Medical Department was self
The amendment was rejected, and the bill passed its
third reading .
Mr. Amis from tbe committee on Finance, reported a
bill appropriating money fortbe purchase of cotton. Ap
propriates $34,000. 1 Passed its several readings under a
suspension of tbe rules.
Mr. Amis, from the same committee, reported a bill to.
Provide against a possible deficiency of the Tafcasury.
Authorises the issue of the State Bonds, the sale of State
Treasury Notes, or both, to the amount of two millions of
A Mr. Fleming, moved to amend the bill by striking out
the provision that authorizes tbe sale of Treasury Notes.
Hot agreed to.
The bill then passed its second snd third readings.
' The House then adjourned until 7 o'clock, Monday
. Mondav, December 14, 1863.
The Senate met at 8 o'clock. Journal read.
. Mr. Outlaw presented a resolution of thanks to Hon,
Giles Mebane, for the dignified and impartial manner in
which he had discharged tbe duties of tbe chair, which
was unanimously adopted 0
The Speaker responded, thanking the Senate for the com
plimentary allusion to himselt; and stating that be had re
ceived cordial support in office from every Senator. He
hoped that the North might soon tire .of tbe war, and that
then We might look for compromise and the blessings of
peace. Wishing each Senator a safe retnrn to bis home
and prosperity in all his undertakings, he declared the
Senate adjourned to the tfiird Monday in April next.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
The House-met seven o'clock, A. H.
On motion of Mr. Cowles, further proceedings nnder the
call of ihe House, pending on Saturday evening, were dis
pensed with. ' '
The following engrossed bills from the Senate, viz: a
bill to transfer jurisdiction of crimes committed in coun
ties beld or controlled by the enemy ; and a bill to incor
porate the Hilgata iron company, had their first reading
and were placed on the calendar.
The House concurred in Senate amendments to s reso
lution in favor Elizabeth A. Gordon; also in sundry nom
inations of justices of tbe peace
' Mr. McCormick introduced "a 'resolution concerning
slave labor on public works," which was read first time
and took its' place on tbe calendar.
Mr. Barnbardt introduced the following resolution,
which was unanimously adopted, (Mr. Love in the Chair.)
Kesoit,ed,"th&t the thanks of this House are eminently
"due, and are hereby tendered to Hon R S. Donnell, for
the abler dignified and impartial manner with which he
has discharged tbe duties of the chair during tbis extra
Mr. Shober introduced tbe following, which was also
unanimously adopted :
Retolved, "That the thanks of tbis House are due, and
are-hereby tendered to M. S Robbins, Speaker pro tern.,
' for the prompt and satisfactorr manner with which he
performed his duties as such, ' during the absence of Mr.
The SpeakerWfen declared the House adjourned, pur
suant to the joint order, until the third Tuesday in May
next - .
A Lame Ddge. Yesterday morning a soldier,
who was evidently sailing under false colours, in
approaching the guard stationed at the corner of
Twelfth and Main streets, suddenly snatched a walking-stick
trom a negro man, and putting on a most
palpable limp, passed the men with the muskets
. without his cratt being overhauled and -papers of
clearance demanded, one of tne guard, aimply re
marking, '' There goes a poor fellow who has had a
dose of blue pills." . '
i, A little further on,- the$gpobU-)g cripple threw
away his stick, and putting on full sail, disappeared.
JCicMnona JSxamtner. . .
Railboad from Chattanooga. The ' fact that
Bragg is falling back into Georgia, along the line of
railroad leading from Chattanooga to Atlanta, causes
a natural inquiry as to the distances from point to
point of that road. For instance, the despatches,
yesterday, stated that Bragg had fallen back upon
Dal ton, and yet not one out of a hundred could tell
how far this was from Chickamauga or Chattanooga.
The distance from Chattanooga to Dalton is thirty-
eight miles, "and from Chickamauga to .Dalton
,Ta -ot,t ;0 t..Ma.Dht mile! W ia h
1 va nfcti wa vuti u v v v tinvtuv
following table of distances of the' railroad leading
from unattanooga directly to Atlanta, as it will be
found very. uscfuLjtfor' reference in connection with
the movements of the armies in that section
From Chattanooga to
Johnson, . 18
Tunnel Hill, 81
Dalton, . 88
Kingston, - 79
Cass, - 8
Big Shanty, 103
Marietta, - v 118
Atlanta, . 138
' ' . Porthe8tsudar4. '
'-, ' " "' TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of Mill Creek Lodge, No. 185, held Nov.
86th, 1868, the following preamble and resolutions were
read and adopted. ' - . ...
Wbuxas, We have learned, with profoond.regret that
brethren Lieutenant Mobdica Vt of company , S5rh
regiment N.-C. troopsuand Lieutenant R. 't. Allbit, W.
C?88th regiment N. CAro-ps, members of this Lodge, died
0 wounds received at the battlebf Gettysburg, while doisg
their whole duty as heroic soldiers ; therefore be it
Rentreti, Thafin the death of these pur brethren, the
Masonic fraternity has lost two devoted friends, this Lodge
two of its brightest jewels, and their respective companions
and companions in arms efficient otficeis and soldiers. .
. J&.tiei.,.Tbat in the death of our brethren we are re
minded of the mortality of life, and that wo too must soon
be cut down by the ail devouring scythe of time and De
ushered into that country from whose bourne no tfaveier
ever returns. - ... ...
MttUttd, That we tender their families and companions
in arms our heartfelt condolence, and that we will wear tbe
nsual badee of monrnxz for 80 days, and that these pro-
f ceedings be spread upon the records of this Lodge,, and a
copy be sent to tneir respective laiumw, u
N. 0. Standard and Fayetteville .Obrwr lor publieation.
In T AttMir f!nnntv fin tha fith inst. br Jesse W. Kincey,
Esq., Mr. Felix Kuto, of Jones County, to Mrs. Rachel
Ttmdol, of Lenoir County. '
Died, in Franklin. N. C . of TvDhoid fever. HdeaCS W.
Nolen, who wss born in Sutton, Massachusetts, Sept. 26,
1B2, and died Oct. 13tn, IWS, ageo ai years auu .1 ujs.
Mr. Nolen bad been in the South for a good many years,
married and resided in this countv. where be had been en
gaged in the mercantile busiaessand in earryingonashoe
shop. Since tbe commencement of the war be bad prin
cipally devoted himselt to tne onsiness 01 tanning auu mo
manufacture of shops, in connection witn toe aessri. finer.
He was a man of fine business capacities, strict integrity.
.and of more than ordinary intellect. Asa neigubor he
was Etna auavoiigiDe, as luifuu, siuucrvnuu mwviukuv
dating ; as a oorapanion,' agreeable and interesting r cbaate
and pure in bis ooaversatiop, he' never dsacendM to low
vulgarity, and aoove SH,. never spoxe uarsuiy tr uiare
spectfnllv of otberlt Mr. Nolen professed to be a Chris-
tain', aud a Congregationalist in bis preferences. He died,
calmly -and passed away from the evils to coma. This
community has bst tbe benefit of bis enterprising spirit
and his widow and four children the care of s provident
husband Snd father. CD. 8.
Franklin, N; C, Nov, 86, 1868. ;
TO REFUGEES OR OTHERS WHO WISH
TO INVEST CONFEDERATE MONET. I will sell
at poblio auction on tbe premises, on Friday, tbe 18th day
of December next my valuable plantation in Davie county,
N. C, one mile below Clarksrille P. O, on Dutchman
Creek, containing two hundred acres, one hundred of which
is valuable bottom land. All persons wishing to examine
the premises can call on me at Lewisville, 12 miles west of
Salem, on the Shallow Ford Road, 6 miles east of Shallow
If disposed of privately before day of sale, notice will be
given. - w. u. HfifM.
Lewisville, .1. v., nor. Ttn. ibs vs war.
; OTICE TO CONFEDERATE TAX PAs
ll ERS. I will attend at the following Places and times
to collect tbe Confederate Tax in Randolph county, vis :
Uapt a. a. Uranson s, Monday, sotn aovemner.
Geo. W. Dorsett's, Tuesdav, 1st December.
J. Cheeks, Wednesday, 2d" "
Dr. T. L. Winslow's Thursday, Sd "
Franklinsville, Friday, 4th
Burgess's Mill, Saturday, 6th . M
McSwaiq's, Monday, 7th "
New Salem, Tuesday, 8th
New Market, Wednesdav. 9th "
Bush Hill, Thursday, l'th M
Wm. Crutchfield's, Friday 11th '
Nineveh Rush's, Saturday 18 -"
Calvin Bulla's, Monday 14th "
Ashboro' Tuesday loth "
Gray's X Roads. Wednesday 16th "
Morgan's, Thursday 17th "
Crawford's, Friday 18th '
Lassitej's Mills, Saturday 19th "
John D. Cox's, Mondav 21st " .
Wm. Cassaday's, Tuesday 22d, "
Moffitt's Mills, Wednesday 23d "
O. C. Siler's, Thursday 24th "
Liberty, Saturday 2th "
The Assessors for tbe county will atte d with me at my
appointments to assess tbe Tithes, and Neat Cattle, Horses
Any persons failing to attend and pay their Tax, 10 per
cent will be added to the assessment as tbe law requires.
I will be at tbe appointments by 10 o'clock A. M , and hope
the people will attend by that time.
J. B. TROT,
Collector for Randolph County.
Nov. 19, 1863. 48 w4t
JORDAN WOiHBLE, COMMISSION MER
CHANT, HARGETT STREET, RALEIGH, N. C
Wdl receive and sell on commission all kinds of country
produce or other goods. I flatter myself with an exne-
immWiii Aba M yaan im buulmaai, rtnttx CKa
give satisfaction, special atienuon given to tne sale of
Flour. Consignments solicited.
Aug. 17, 1868. . 84 wtf.
LANDS FOR SALE. THE SUBSCRIBER
will sell for cash, or on time for well secured bonds,
bis tract of land in Lenoir County, lying on Lousey Swamp
and about five miles north of Rinslon. There is in the
tract about 72-1 acres, about two hundred and twenty-five
of which is cleared. It is well adapted to the raisins' of
corn, cotton, Ac., with an abundance of marl and mud of
tbe beat quality fur fertilizing purposes, and conveniently
located in the farm.
For fur' her particulars, address L. J. Mewboorn. Kinston.
N. C, or apply to him and he will show tbe lands.
J. A. HARTSFIELD.
Nov, 9, 18CS. 48 w9t.
IMPORTANT SALE OF LAND AND
r LAVES On Tuesdav the 29th dav of December.
1863, the undersigned, as executors, of James Weathers.
deceased, will sell at public auction the land and slaves of
tne estate, tne land contains apout loo acres within 5f
miles of Raleigh, and is very valuable, containing a lars-e
4UBuiiij ui wuuumuu. tueaiuve, io in numoer, aremost
lv voune- and likely. The sale will take nlace at the Rnnrt.
house in Ra'eigh Also at tbe same time and place will be sold
oiaoasmims toois, a una nranuy sun in good order: also
beds, bedding, Ac . JESSE WEATHERS, I ,
V. U. WiATitbR8. f
Nov, 24, 18S. 48-wtdpd.
IfATOTICE. WILL BE SOLD ON A CREDIT
1 OF NINE months, at tbe late residence nf John
Pearce dee'd., near Dunn's old place, in Franklin County
on SATURDAY, tbe 2tith.dayof December next, ten. likely
nciuco, vuuaiB.uiK ui uieu, iroiucn aUU COliUren. JSOUd
and-security will be required before the title is changed.-
- . . tt. M. UUOLKY,
Adm'r and Commissioner.
Nov. 2, 183. 49 w4tpd.
IMPORTANT S A LE HAVING SOLD MY
farm in Wake county, twelve miles north of Raleio-h
and fonrtniles from Fores tville Depot, dh the Raleish and
u:Ti a r :fi n j . . .
uwju aniniKia, jl wm acn iu me Digaest uiuuer on rues
day, 15th December, 1863, mcropof Corn, FodderShucbs,
Hay, Wheat, Rye. Oats and Peas, forty or fifty lame fat
nogs, ouwj auu rs, imrij ueau or aneep, tlorses, Mules,
fine blooded Milch Cows, one fine Durham Bull Calf, eigh
teen months old; farming utensils, consisting of Wagons,
Dump Carts, Ox Cart, Ploughs, etc.; household and kitchen
furniture, one good Piano, one Singer's Sewing Machine,
Beds. etc. '.
Also, at the same time and place will he anM fire n
likely young negroes.
Also, about twenty-five gallons of good Apple Bra6dy.
Terms, six months credit, or.cash if preferred.
Nov-24 1868. 48w6tpd.
sTNE HUNDRED DOLLARS RF.Winn
" Runaway- from the subscribers, Nov. 84 two negro
girls, PRlS&UtA and-GRACY. B.ie.HI. i. . bright nW
laito, very nicely, 18 years old, and weighs about 140
Kunds. She will have a child ia a short time
ught ia Wvtheville. Va.
Gracv is black color. 18 rears old. weio-ha itmni io
pounds, and waa brought from Farm ville, Va., nearly a year
ago. The above reward will be paid for their confinement
ass jtais v.UM vl Qttll gOi iacOl
- - J. 8. RAY,
w ' . -.." Jamestown, N. C.
Nov. 27, 1863. 49-w9tpd.
- 11JO RTH-C AROLIJT A, NASH COUNTY,
F!tl'WB 'or Dower. Saliy Doxier. . John. Doiier!
MKuv wSrSaTani Sf5r' WV,W5rd,nd wife
- lyT Colso,, wlfe Nancy. C. H. Glover and
I wiib ciiiuuii-iu.
It appearing to the aatisfactinn nf tha nnn n.n . i
Doner, one of .the defendeuts In this cause, resides beyond
the limits ot the State, it ia. thnrFft.ro nn ...a. j
by the court that advertisement be made for six -weeks suc
cessively, m the Raleigh Standard, notifying the said de
fendent of tbe filing of Ibis netition. and that ha .
the next term of tbis court to be held for tbe countv of
TIT , . S , wiwa oi jsasnvuie oo tbe
2d Monday in February, 1864, and answer the petition, or
the same Will be taken jiro confetto, and heard ex parti as
Tit?e! B !L..8or,by.' CIerk of onr'd Court at office
u routine, an atuuuay in novemoer, A. o 18'IS
n ' ,a.b" B. H. SORSBY. ClTc.
Dec.?, 1868. - 60 w6t
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.
Runaway from the subscriber on the 16th of July last
my boy EV 4NS. He ia bet7an 80 anrf us A -1
is black, li feet 5 or 6 inches high, and will weigh about 140
pounds; quick spoken, large lull eyes, and shows the
whites of them very much ; easily excited, has a scar I
think, on the right-side of bis bead, just above bia ear.
caused by a burn. He ba a wife at Solotnon Terrell's,
some ten or twelve miles East of Raleigh. Be has had a
wire at Joseph Fowler's, Esq, on Little River, and has
been seen there; he hss also been seen in tbe neighborhood
of Strickland's, below or near Wakefield; he baa an nncle
,u uine, auu 1 understand belooira
to ilrs. BaUle, near that place. I will pay tbe afaoTe re
ward for bis apprehension and confinement so thJt;I can
W. J. ALLEN, Raleigh. N". C.
. Nov. 17, 1668.
$1,440. 2ffiE-;,a HERECM
senteearom the an A rJ7J. "Wters and abl
son apprehending a deserter b.rein al il
eeive30 reward ?or bis delivery toT
log officer. . L. AJOHV(w J?1 coo?onPt'
Commaudlnir 59th nJ.Xr J.
A Capt L H Johnson!
substitute and deserter, Newbern A
- CompanyJ, Capt James T Mitchell Sk ,-. .
i.. ,? ""- a. v. 1.
Richmond, Va; 7" 7 5
man Miles, do ; Wm McCov. WineCer Hn
f W Duffle.
mm x aUiaji AnuTinr, vs.
uompany u, Vupt A Mclntire.
A U a
ter, Teacbev's Depot, Duplin countv sA i ' H C 1
Bannermw's P eflfiw fianove all 'wfH?
jsannerman's f p. New Hanover county' N C - s h eZ
absent without ir a,M.. pi X uj 8H Kdens,
LG Henderson, absent withou"0 ' C
1 over countv, N ' C; W T Mi,che7,7bithon4
Kenansville, Duplin connty, fj c- Beni ?1
ithout leave! Golden ila-VLV 'J l. y
fadgrtt. absent without r:..Mn A ! v "I
ty, NC. "". ----- w.-e,uoioweouii
upmpany J, Capt W Sharpe. E Belch, desert- Hart
ford countv. S f! .!... Hk.f- a 1 ?"er. Hrt
J A DMtf eVu T
deserter Hertford county, N C; Barnes Grirthh
Hertford county. N C; WE Hi'.l .deserter. HeSfc'j
it' AXl, ""unu, uesener, Hertford ennntv Kl
6 ; DO Evans, deserter, Hertford county. N f W H 6.rJ
tun, deserter, Hertford countv. N v.- rfiiak t'.i... r 1
ter, Hertford county, N C ; John A Parkerr.bSnrut
leave, Hertford county, N C; HE Dilday. absent w!hnt
leave Hertford couriW N 6; J HEurSS
save, Gates county, lJ C; Benj Futrell, absent without
out leave, Northampton county. N C; WJ Joynes.abssnt
without leave. Northampton conntv N n . 1 '1 u' . "V!
Atunuiiuuiuuuuuuir. 11 j : int r m rt. 11 nkaAMt...-,Lj
absent without lesve, Hertford county, N C: Jttones ab.
sent without leave, Hertford countv. S C. '
...Ui,r.plwV. "TS- James Browning, deserJ
r ' 1 JTT. ' " " a 0 qesener, Uaston coun-l
ty , -N C ; J H Hoffman, deserter, Gaston countv. N C J T
Ta. liaaartaa flmatnn JR..n.. un. . m' .
j "-j-w -"mil, i v: a t LiaV. desertar
Gastoa ooanty. N C : Alex McDan l auJj, 7!...I
C0U?. JiS C;E B McDaniel, deserter, Gaston county, N
C ; M R Sparks, deserter, Gaston county, N C ; W B Sitnms.
deserter, Charlotte, N C; N Poplin, deserter, Charlotte N
C; J P Stone, deserter, Gaston county, N C ; J H Smith
deserter. Gaston county, N C; Alex Craie. absent irithnnt
leave, Uaston conuly.H C; Jno Biggers, absent without
leave, Mecklenburg county, N C.
uompany r, Uapt J a Cherry. M Butler, deserter
Windsor, NC;T L Brogden, deserter, Windsor, NC
E Morris, deserter. Wradsor.-N C; A Morris, deserter'
Windsor, N C; W E Holloman, deserter, Hertford county'
N C ; J A Willonghby, deserter, Hertford countv. N C &
m I a a J . l . : . . w . .... . '
county, JI C; Corpl D Atkins, absent without leave. Pitch
Landing. NC: private John Rhea, absent withnnt
Hotel. NC: private R H Barnes, absent withmit ta..'
Roxabel, N C : J J Butler, absent without leave. Winri
XT . rr 1 . -. i . . .
av nuiior, dusoiirwunoiii leave, wmasor, n C: n
without leave, Roxabel, N C; M Harrell, absent without
leave, Roxabel, N G; K. Jenkins, sbsent without leave. Ho
tel, N C; J J Mitchell, absent without leave, Windsor, X
C: Wm Morris, absent without leave. Windsor. N f. B
D Myers, absent without leave, Windsor, N C ; J B Parker
absent without leave, Colerain, N C ; J S Peel, absent
without leave, Colerain. N C : W E Peel, absent wiihnnt
leave, Colerain, N C ; F Perry, absent without leave, Cole
rain, a v; d rerry, aoeent witnou t leave, Uolerain, N C
J R Pearce, absent without leave, Merry Hill, N C; J W
Pearce, absent without leave, Merry Hill, N C ; L S Rice
absent without leave. Pitch' Landimr. N C: H Tavlnr h!
sent without leave, Windsor, N C; J M WiUoughbv ab
sent without leave: Windsor. N C.
Company G, Capt D Bell. W H Brothers, deserter
uiuK.ro lauwuK, um inuva w.( ii , Wltllies tWenS, dS-
serter, Currituck C H, N C; Jno Martin, substitute and
deserter, Petersburg, Va; Jno McGinnis, substitute and
deserter, Petersburg. Va.; Jno. Walsh, substitute and de
serter, Petersburg, Va; I Bright, absent without leave.
Siigo, Currituck county, N C; Jabes Cox, absent without
leave, Bligo, turrnucK county, liV; Jl orbes. absent with
out leave, Dey's -Mills, Currituck countv. N C : T fi flm
absent without leave. Shingle Landing, Currituck county,
N C : Thus G randy, absent Without leave, Currituck coun
ty, N C ; S O Neal, absent without leave, Currituck C H,
N C; W Owens, absent without leave, Currituck CH,N
C; T S Owens, absent without leave, Currituck county, N
C: Wm H Pngh, Sr-absent without leave. South Mills.
Camden county, N C ; W U Pugh, Jr .absent without leave,
Indian Town, Currituck county, NC; M Sawyer, absent
without leave, Sligo, Currituck county, N C ; T Tatura,
absent without leave, Curritnck C H. N C : B F Mathias.
absent without leave, Dey's Mill, Currituck county, N C.
Company H, Capt Barnes. E Godwin, deserter, Wilson,
'NC; Wm Sneed, deserter, Wilson, N C; JasGriffin.de-
eerier, n nsua, a u. xu a. junaoon, vapt t;o A,
Comm'dg 59th N. C. T.
Sec 4, 1868. 50 wit
afkWB HtnVDRED AND FtFTY DOLLARS
jv KKWAKU r iltv dollars each will be naid for the
apprehension and delivery to me or to Cant Z J. Lron. on
4U- rl l u ..." I 1 r .1 r . n t J '
.uo vumuoiu muiuiu,ui tue iimuwing ours now runawav.
JOHN H. BOTLAN,
Nar Havwood.-N. C.
Dec W, 1868. . 99 wsw2w.
GLEN ANNA FEMALE SEMINARY.
TUOMASVILLE, N. C The next session will begin
Board, per month,
Music, per session of 6 months,
English, per session of 5 months,
Latin and French, each.
we bare a full corps of teachers.
J. W. THOMAS, Pres't.
. Dec 8,1863. 97 w4sw8tpd-
t3F" Spirit of the Age copy 3 times.
NE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD..
Runaway from the subscriber on Sunday the zfjih of
January last, my negro boy named ANTHONY. He is nf
a whitish yellow complexion, about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches
high, 18 or 20 years old, and supposed to weigh about 140
pounds. Ue has a heavy bead of bair, and talks short when
questioned, and has a down look. No doubt he is trying to
pass for a free boy. .
l will give toe above reward for bim delivered to me at
Prospect Hill. Caswell Countv. or confined in anv inil an I
get him, . F. L. WARREN.
uaswen uo., MarcH 27, 1863. 26 wAswtf.
PILES, riSTUL A, TUMORS, ULCERA
TIONS OF THE WOMB. HPEKMATORRHika.
SYPHILITIC AFFECTIONS, Ac Da. J. A CtorTOK.of
Huutsvilie, Alabama, operates with perfect success for
Piles, and guarantees a perfect eurein every case of Piles,
wnere tne tumors come down when at stool. He operated
with perfect success a few davs am. in a rasu nf ai vaara
standing, his tumors coming down as large as a large tea
cup at every skjoi. 1 ooae wno oouQt may address Mr. H.
ti. uerry, Montlcello, Florida.
Dr. C. operated on some desnerate eases in !aliahiir lt
year, one of them is known to every citizen of Salisbury.
U& MW. '1.A MMHaMl.J .. . 1 11 j 1 1 .. m
uovau inwiauiKu Bt UOU16, XtUUlSVllie, Alft., tor tOS
aiarcn .0. 18s. 24-wAjwtf.
CONFEDERATE TAX NOTICETHE AS.
sessors will attend at my office in the City of Raleigh
daily, (huodaj's eicepted,) from the fourth to the thirty
first day of January next, for the Duroose of rpoiv',.., im.
turns of all subjects of taxation.
act to lay taxes for the common defence and carry oa the
government ot the Confederate States,1' approved April
i4th, 183, as follows:
1st Every person engaged in an trade, husineo. nr n.
cupation mentioned in the fifth section of said act, requiring
quarterly returns of gross sales to be made, will make them
aud pay the tax tbereou ; and those wbo con tinue the same,
i,... jr iug ojoviuu mia iur lUB jour l"n.
2d, Every person, joint stock company aud corporation, -will
naaka return of tha income anrTprotits derived by them
from every occupation, employment or business, whether
registered or not, In .which tbey may have been engaged
aud from every investment of labor, skill, property or
mjiuc, uestrmr, ueriwcuunir, n j w tv mte, nesartsr
Merry Hill, Bertie county. NC; N W Parker, deserter'
Hotel, Bertie county. N C: Isaac Parlter. Hotel. Krt;.
vi(ivr, luseuk irituuut leave, vrinosor, a u; J 4 Uilday
absent without leave, r"itch Landing, N C: R N Freeman!
absent without leave, Colerain. N O: J J Harrell. thuni
"""Vi Mu iuwuivudu proms ueriveu trom any source
whatever from the 1st day of January, 13H8, to the first day
of January, 1884.
8d. Returns will be received of all agricultural products
taxed in kind; and the valueof all neat cattle, horses, mules
not need io cultivation, and asses owned by each person
on the first of November last, which have not heretofore
been given in.
4th. It tiring bee decided by the Commissioner of
Taxes, "that all moneys, bank notes and other currency
(not specially exempted in tbe tax act,) on hand or deposit
on the first day of July last, whether beld by bankers, auc
tioneers, merchants, commission merchants, fanners, law
yers, or doctors, including all other persons, firms, com
panies or corporations are taxable," I therefore notify all
persons concerned, who have not heretofore done so, to
make immediate return and pay taxes on the same. If in
any or the above cases the owner of the money on deposit
or hi tbe bands of another bas heretofore g.ven it in, the
corporation or person holding it at the time will not be re
quired to give it in again.
6th. All Wsons who btve neglected to give in according
tolaw, and those who bare given in and have not paid, are
requested to do so immediately, otherwise the penalties of
tne-iaw will be enforced. RUFDS H. PAGE,
, ,. Collector for Wake County.
Dec 10, 1888. Oi) wAsw.4
Z- ht" to. estate for assets. B H. Sorsby
Dower. Q. W. Ward and. wife P..lly William Colson wd
wife Nancy, C. H. Glover and wife Elixabeih.
ft appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Court that Leonard
Uoner,one of the defendents iu this cause, resides beyond
the limits of the State, it is, therefore, on motion, ordered
bytnecoort that advertisement be made for six weeks suc
cessively, in tbe Raleigh Standard, notifying the said de
fendant of tbe filing of this petition, and that unless he ap
pear at the next term of tbia court Io be held for the coun
. oj f the S'Ortfiouse in the town of Nashville, on
the 2d Monday in February, 1864, and answer the petition,
as to him" lake f"0' aDd h"erd fa'n
Witness. B. H. Sorsby, clerk of onr said Court at office
KahvtUe Sd-Monday in November, A. D 18H8.
Die R im. B. H. 80RSBT. Cl'k.
wee. 8, 1888. 60-rw6t