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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL.
EASTERN N. G. CONFERENCE Where the Preachers Will Labor During the Next Year, . LIST OF APPOINTMENTS Bikbop NenUs Many oat to New FloIUa to Gallier In Ibe Harvest of Bonli Contrut la Expected to Unseat Representative lliiinmj, of the Wilmington District ? Candidate for Goveroor-Dr, Rlnii Kostens. Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 12.?Bishop Hen drlx, who presided over the Eastern North Carolina Conference at Washing? ton, yesterday made the following as? signments of preachers for the next conference year: RALEIGH DISTRICT?J. T. Glbbs, Presiding Elder. Edenton Street?G. F. Smith. Central?G. T. Adains. Brooklyn and Epworth?M. M. Mc Fuiiand. Cury Circuit?A. L, Ormond. Clayton?S. A. Cotton. Snilthflcld?K. D. Holmes. Kenly?G. B. Starling. Mlllbrook?N. L. Scabolt. Youngsvllle?R. H. Whllaker. Franklin ton?G. B. Perry. Loulsburg Station?M. T. Plyer. Tnr River Circuit?B. C. Alfred. Granville?W. H. Puckctt. Oxford Station?A. McCullen. Oxford Circuit?J. D. Pegram. Editor Balclgh Christian Advocate? T. N. Ivey. Chaplain U. S. Navy?W. E. Edmund Bon. Agent Methodist Orphanage?J. W. Jenkins. DURHAM DISTRICT?E. A. Yates, Presiding Elder. Trinity Station?W. C. Norman. Muln Street?A. P. Tyor. Carr Church and Branson?D. N. Cablness. West Durham and Cunnlnggln?G. D. Lnngslon. DURHAM CIRCUIT ? J. H. Mc Crucken. Chapel Hill Station?N. IT. D. Wilson. Hlllsboro Circuit?E. W. Fox. ML Tlrxah?R. H. Broom. Roxboro?N. E. Contranc. Lcasburg?J. 13. Thompson. Milton?W. E. Nicholson. Yancoyville?R. F. Taylor. Burlington Circuit?J. T. Stanford. Burlington Station?J. Hi Shore. Haw River, Clraham and East Bur? lington?D. C. Thompson. President of Trinity College?John C. Kllgo. , Agent Craven Memorial Hall Fund? N. M. Journey. Aktmunce Circuit?J. A. Daily. FAYETTEV1LL10 DISTRICT?B. R. Hall, Presiding Elder. Fayettevlllo and Hay Street Station? W. L. Cunningglm. Camphellton and Rose Chapel?P. D. Woodall. Cumberland Circuit?W. H. Town send. Cokcsbury?O. O. Green. Sampson Circuit?J. C. Crisp. Lilllngton?D. A. Watkins. Buckhorn?II. G. Stamey. Dunn?W. A. Forbes. Newton Grove?J. C. Humble. Cape Fear?P. Greening. Plttsboro?J. Sanford. Haw River?J. T. Diaper. Deep River?J. II. Frizzelle. Siler City?W. F. Craven. ('arthage?1?. E. Thompson. Jonesboro?D. L. Earnhardt. ROCKINGITAM DISTRICT?W. H. Moore, Presiding Elder. Kocklnghum Station?F. M. Shnm bergcr. Roeklnghnm Circuit?L. S. Etheridge. Richmond Circuit?NT TT GtuytOD_ ML Gllead?W. W. Rose. Pekln?To be supplied. Montgomery?W, D. Sasscr. Slur Supply?T. H. Rain. Aberdeen?J. E. Thompson. ?St. John's Station?J. A. Lee. Laurinburg Station?L. S. Massey, Snced's Grove Circuit?S. E. Mercer. Maxton and Caledonia Station?M. Bmdshaw. Red Springs Circuit?Pi, Pope. Lumberton?J. P. Pate. Robeson?Z. T. Harrison. WILMINGTON DISTRICT?R. F. Bumpass, Presiding Elder. Grace Street Station?J. N. Cole. Bladen Street Station?J. J. Porter. Fifth Street Station?J. H. Hall. Market Street?J. W. Potter. Scott's Hill Circuit?E. C. Sell. Onslow Supply?F. S. Becton. Jacksonville and Richlands?Z. R. Welch. Magnolia Circuit?J. W. Wallace. Kcnansville?W. E. Hocutt. Burgaw?J. W. Martin. Clinton?H. E. Trjpp. Pladen?L. M. Chaflin. Elizabeth?G. T. Simmons. Whltevllle?Albert Barnes. Carver's Creek?C. W. Smith. Waccamaw Supply?13. F. Deloatch. Atlantic Supply?J. M. Marloc. Zion?T J. Browning. Southport Station?R. YV. Bailey. NEW HERN DISTRICT?W. S. Rone, Presiding Elder. Centenary Station?R. B. John. Goldsboro?St. Paul's Station: F. D. Swindell. St. John's Station?S. T. Moyle. Goldsboro Circuit?H. M. Jackson. Mt. Olive and Fttison?A. R. Raven. LaGranee?T. H. Sutton. Snow Hill?C. W. Robinson. Kinston Station?D. H. Tuttlo. ?> Grlfton Circuit?D. C. Geddic. Jones?J. M. Benson. Craven?G. O. Durnnt. I'amllco?J. M. Lowdor. Cataret?C. C. Brothers. Morehead City Station?H. M. North. Beaufort Station?M. D. Hlx. Straits Circuit?Supplied by C. P. Snow. ?Coro Sound Mission?L. O. Wych. ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT?R. A. Willis. Presiding Elder. Elizabeth City Station?R. C. Bea mun. Pnsrjuotank Circuit?C. R. Taylor. Camdon?W. J. Crowson. South Camden?J. Y. Old. ?Currituok?J. H. M. Giles. ' North Gates?G. W. Starling. Gates Circuit?C. P. Jerome. Perquimuns?W. C. Merrltt. Hertford?J. A. Hornady. Edenton Station?R. H. Willis. Plymouth Station?J. L. Rumley. Roper Station?A. J. Barker. Pantego Circuit?D. B. Parker. Columbia?S. Zelters. Dare?J. A. Peeler. Ronnoke Island?J. J. Barker. Kitty Hawk?To be supplied. Kennekeet?To be supplied. Halleras?To be supplied Transfers?W. J. Twllley, Virginia Conference. J. C Wooten to Pacific Conference. J. T. Erwin. Western North Carolina Conference. WARRENTON DISTRICT?J. E. Un? derwood, Presiding Elder. Warrenton Circuit?E. H. Davis. Warrerf?J. M. Rice. Rldgeway?T. J. Dailcy. Henderson Station?M. H. Tuttle. Littleton Circuit?A. R. Goodchlld. Weldon Station?J. D. Bundy. Roanoke Rapids Station ?<- A. J. Groves, Halifax Circuit?R. L. Davis. Battleboro and Whltakers-E. E Rose. Scotland Neck?O. Ryder. Hobgood?W. A. Plland. Wllliamston and Hamilton?J. D. Mc? Allister Garysburg Circuit?G. W. Fisher. Northampton?J. C Jones. Rich Square?W. F. Jones. Meherrln?Rufus Bradley. Murfreesboro Station?J. T. Bagwell. Harrcllsvllle Circuit?B. B. Cullbreth. Bertie?J. W. Ashley. Littleton College?J- M7 Rhodes, pres? ident. WASHINGTON DISTRICT ? F. A. Bishop. Presiding Elder. Washington Station?L. L. Nash. Washington Circuit?Y. E. Wright. Aurora?W. Y. Everton. Swan Quarter?G. D. Moses. Mnttamuskcet?J. G. Johnson. Fuirfleld Station?J. M. Terrell. Greenville Station?N. M. Watson. Aydcn Circuit?A. D. Betts. Grlmesland and Vanceboro?R. A. Bruton. Bethel and Jamesville?J. B. Brlstowe. Tarboro Station?H. B. Anderson. Conetoe Circuit?R. R. Grant. South Edgecombc?C. L- Reed. Rocky Mount Station?R. J. Moor? man. South Rocky Mount and Marvin Chapel Supply?Nashville Circuit: H. A. Humble. Springhope?L. H. Joyner. Wilson .Station?J. B. Hurley. Fremont Circuit?F. B. McCall. Portsmouth and Ocracokc?B. H. Black. ONE CHANGE. By consent of the Bishop, one change Is made this morning: Rev. Philip Greening remains at Harrellsville Cir? cuit, and Rev. B. B. Culbreth goes to the Cape Fear Circuit in Faycttevllle District. Nearly all the preachers and visitors left for their homes this morning over the Const Line Road, amid a heavy rainstorm, which Is the first unplens nnt weather since the opening of con? ference. WILL UNSEAT BELLAMY. "Congress will unseat Bellamy at once. The election will be declared void, and another election called," yes? terday said Mr. J. M. Moody, of Way ncsville, who Is hero attending Su? preme Court. Mr. Moody is one of the most prom? inent Republicans in the western part of the State. "He has been In Wash? ington since the "meeting of Congress. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. The West will have a candidate for Governor. tMr. M. II. Justice, of Ruth? erford, is the man. He is now in the city attending the Supreme Court. A News and Observer man asked him yesterday whether or not ho was really a candidate. He replied: "1 am a candidate for Governor be? fore the convention. I would certainly like to have the nomination. I have not made tiny great effort for It up to this time, but I propose to do what? ever my friends think I ought to do to get the nomination fairly." D'R. A. M. SIMMS RESIGNS. Rev. Dr. A. M. Slmms, for more than six years pastor of the Baptist Taber? nacle Church, tendered his resigna? tion Sunday, to take effect the last of January, 1300. The resignation of the pastor, who was in Ashevuie attending the Baptist State Convention, was read by Rev. T. H. Lcavitt. To only a few people was it known that Dr. Slmms Intended to terminate his pastorate here, and the reading of the resignation created much surprise. A remarkable coincidence is the fact that every Baptist pastor in Raleigh has resigned during the past few weeks. EDENTON. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Eden ton, N. C, Dec. 12.?Rev. C. J. F. Anderson, the popular pastor of the Hertford Baptist Church, was in our town last evening. Photographer Koalier, of Elizabeth City, is here on business. Mr. C. W. Rea Is on the sick list. Mr. P. H. Small and Mr. Galling, of the Newby House, of Hertford, were in the city yesterday. Mr. Owens and wife and Mr. L. P. Hornthal, of Plymouth, were also here yesterday. Our merchants have displayed nice lines of X-mas goods, and are looking tor a nice business during the holidays. A wind and rain storm reuched here early this morning. Captain Hawkins has been suffering from injuries which he received a few days ago across the sound. The funeral of the late Mrs. Morris took place yesterady afternoon. Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated. ELIZABETH CITY. SEVERAL COURT ITEMS?GUN? NING TRIP?PERSONAL. (Special to Virslnlan-Pilot.) Elizabeth City. N. C, Dec. 12.?Mr. John Dave Parker, of Perquimans county Is In the city attending court. 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CREMT REMOVAL S?LE I On December 31st we will move to larger quarters, and for this reason offer our entire stock of Pianos and Organs at less than manufacturer's cost. . ^>TmS IS STRICTLY A BONA FIDE SALE<^ and if you want to get your money's worth don't buy until you have examined our stock.. We are the Largest Manufacturers of Pianos and Organs in the world, and besides giving you a great reduction on account of this removal sale, we save you the dealer's profit. Pianos from $50,00 up. Organs from $25.00 up. Sold on terms of $5.00 per month and up. Instruments shipped to any part of the State, freight prepaid. Catalogues mailed free. Old instruments taken in exchange. Call early and secure first choice. ALL OF THE LATE POPULAR MUSIC AT 13c. PER COPY. Honor, Judge Starbuck, yesterday, was Charles Bunday against M. Owens. At the close of their report, Hie Judge had not rendered bis decision. ?Messrs. Wm. B. Dawes, Otis Bramble and P. H. Zelgler left yesterday in company with Capt. J. 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