. ; The County-Commissioners held their vegn'ar meeting last Monday, a full board being present. After the disposal ef ' the usual routine business, quite a epuited discussion sprung up on areeo-latios introduced by Commissioner M. II. 7ooten, , instructing the Lenoir county proxy to vote, for the lease of the A. tcH.C Railroad to the Gatlin judicata. - The chairman of the Board, I Harvey Eaj., who : sets aa county proxy, vigorously' opposed the resolution, declaring it unwise and improper to bandicuff him with denned action in the present aspect of affairs. Cnmmiav eioner Wooten warmly favored the resolution and was bold and outspoken on the course of Gov. Jarvia in refusing to allow the private stockholders to control the destiny of thevroad after he .had publicly declared his intention to do so. Ho vote warn takes on the resolution, leaving it. undetermined how lin Syndicate. ; They do, however, . . - 1 Mil..! . mt m An v,wv,av - terms.