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Sec. 18. All bills and resolution of, a legislative nature
'Stan beiread three times iieach:Honse before they pass into
W, and , shall be signed by the presiding omcers oi oou!
' Honse ' '.'.'. - , ,- , "
Sec.19. Each -member of the General Assembly, belore
'. . . i t.i. -ru'-Ti Viw , fh nr affirmation that, to the
- best of hislvBowledge. and belief, he is qualified under the
Constitution of the State to take his seat.
Sec. 20.: The -GeneraiAsSembIy shall not have power to
grant a divorce, or secure alimony, in any individual , case,
but may pass "general laws, regulating divorce and alimony. -Sec
21-The General Assembly shall not have power to
pass any private law to alter the name ot any person, or to
legitimate any persons not born in lawful wedlock, or to
restore to the rights of citizensliip any person convicted ot an
infamous crime; but shall have power to pass general laws
regulating the same. ;
Sfc. 22. The General Assembly shall not pass any private
law, unless it shall be made to appear that thirty days
notice of application to pass such law shall have been given,
under such directions and in such manner as shall be provid
ed by law.
Sec. 23. No laVshall be passed to raise a loan of money
on the credit of the State, or to pledge the faith of the State
directly or indirectly for the payment of any debt, or to
impose any tax upon the people of the State, or to allow the
counties, cities or towns, to do so, unless the bill for that
purpose shall nave been read three several times in each
House of the General Assembly, and passed three several
readings, which readings shall have been on three different
days, and agreed to by a majority of the whole number of
members, of each House respectively, and unless the yeas
and nays, on the second and third readings of the bill shall
have been entered on the journal.
Sec. 2i, The General Assembly shall regulate entails in
such a manner as to prevent perpetuities. .
Sec. 25. If vacancies shall occur by death, resignation, or
otherwise, whenever the General Assembly is not in session,
writs of election may be issued, by the Governor, under such
regulations as may be prescribed by law.
Sec. 26. Neither House shall proceed upon public busi
ness, unless a majority of all .its members be present.
Sec. 27. Each House shall keep a journal of all its pro
ceedings, which shall be printed, and made public immedi
ately after the adjournment of the General Assembly.
Sec. 28. Upon motion , made, and seconded in either
House by one-fifth of the members present, the yeas and
nays upon any question shall be taken, and entered on the
Sec. 29. Any member of either House may dissent from
and protest against any act or resolve which he may think
injurious . to the public, or any individual, aud have the
reasons of his dissent entered on the journal.
Sec. 30. The General Assembly, at each biennial session,
shall elect," by joint vote of the two Houses, a Secretary of
State, '.Treasurer, and Council of State, who shall continue
in office for the term of two years, and until others may be
appointed in their places.
Sec. 31. In the election of all officers, whose appointment
is conferred on the General Assemblv bv the Constitution,
the vote shall be viva voce.
EXECUTIVE . DEPARTMENT.
Section 1. There shall be a Governor, and Lieutenant
Governor of the State, who shall be chosen by the qualified
voters for the members of the House of Commons, at such
times and places as members of the General Assembly are
elected.., . ...
Sec. 2. No person shall be eligible as Governor, or Lieutenant-Governor,
unless he shall have been a citizen of the
United States for twenty years shall ; have attained the age
of thirty years ; shall have been a resident of the State for
live years next before the day of election, and shall have
therein a freehold in land and tenements of the value of two
thousand dollars. .
Sec. 3. The Governor shall hold his office for the term of
two years from the time fixed for his installation, and until
another shall be elected and qualified ; but he shall not be
s eligible more than four years in any term of six years, unless
the office shall have been cast on him as Lieutenant
Governor or Speaker of one of the Houses of the General
Sec.. '4. The returns of every election for Governor and
Lieutenant-Governor, shall be sealed up and transmitted to
the seat of government, by the returning officers, directed to
the Speaker of the House of Commons, who shall open and
publish them in the presence of a majority of the members
of both Houses of the General Assembly. The person hav
ing the highest number of votes for Governor, shall be Gov
ernor and the person .having the highest number of votes
for Lieutenant-Governor, shall be Lieutenant-Governor ; but
if two or more persons shall be equal and highest in number
of votes for either office, one of them shall be chosen-to fill
the office by a joint vote of both Houses of the General
Sec. 5. Contested elections for Governor or Lieutenant-
Governor, shall be determined by a joint vote of both Houses
or the General Assembly, in such manner as shall be pre
scribed by law. '
Sec. 6. The Governor elect shall enter on the duties of the
office, on the first day of January next after his election,
having previously taken the oaths of office in presence of the
members oif both. branches of the General Assembly, or
before any Jnstice of the Supreme Court, who, in case the
Governor elect should be prevented from attendance before
the General Assembly by sickness or other unavoidable
causey is authorized to administer the same.
Sec. 7. The Lieutenant-Governor shall possess ; the same
qualifications for office? as are required of the Governorand
shall hold his office for the like term.
Seo. 8.-The Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, each,
frY- oathtllt 'the best of his knowledge and
, tfef, he is eligible, under the Constitution and laws s of
a ffice' to Weh he has been elected. , ' '
bEc. 9, The Goverhor-8hkll be Commander-in-Chief of the
Mihtia; andin the recess of the General Assembly, shall
Wepower and Wiethe advice of the Council of State,
to embody the AUUtia for the public safety 'y ' v " v
SEO.m.:The Governor :WpWerJo-draw and
apply such sums of money as shall be voted by the General
Assembly fori the contingencies of Eovernrr,. V K
accountable to them for the same ; he shall have the Towerl
v j-Mjs mm reprieves, except when the prose-.1
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unless the lav shall otherwise ;dj,?.wHe;;Utter,
hemay, jn:.thevrecessV afit.5n,-!'t,g
of the Generrambly ; and may exercise all the other
executive powers' of government,' limited and restrained as
by this Constitution is mentioned, ad according to the laws
of the State; and shall have power, by and with the ad visa
of the Council of State, to convene the General Assembly
in extra session, at "any time when; in his opinion, the exigen
cies of the State may require it. . r; , -
' JSec. 11. In case of the impeachment of the Governor, or
his removal from office, death, inability to discharge the
duties of the office resignation, or absence from the State, the
powers and duties of the office shall devolve upon the Lieutenant-Governor
for the' residue of the term, or until the
disability shall cease. . ...... ,
Sec. 12: Whenever the Lieutenant-Governor shall, for like
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causes, become incompetent to discharge , the powers
duties of the office of Governor, they shall devolve on the
Speaker of the Senate ; and in case of his death, or incom
petency for like causes, they 6hall devolve on the bpeaker
of the House of .Commons ; and for such time as there shall
be no Speakers in fact, the persons last acting as such shall be
deemed Speakers for the purpose aforesaid. - -
Sec. 13. In case of a vacancy in the office of Governor, the
Lieutenant-Governor, or any other person called to fill the
office, shall be qualified before any Justice of the Supreme
" Sec. 14. The Lieutenant-Governor, while presiding in the
Senate, shall receive the same pay as the Speaker of the
House of Commons, and he shall receive no other compen
sation, except when he is acting as Governor.
Sec. 15. There shall be a seal of the State, which shall
be kept by the Governor, and used by him as occasion may
require, and shall be called the great seal of the State of
North-Carolina, and be affixed to all grants and commis
Sec. 16. The Council of State shall consist of seven per-
i i it t .i y-i . il a! X 1.2
sons, wno snail aavise tne vxovernor in me execution oi m
office; four members shall be a quorum ; their advice and
proceedings shall be entered in a Journal to be kept for that
purpose only, and signed by the members present ; against
any part of which any member present may enter his dissent ;
and such Journal shall be laid before the General Assembly
when called for by either House.
Sec. 17. In every ease where any officer, the right of
whose appointment is by the Constitution of the State,
vested in the General Assembly, shall, during their recess,
die, or his office by other means become vacant, the Gov
ernor shall have power, with the advice of the Council of
State, to fill such vacancy, by granting a temporary - com
mission, which shall expire at the end of the next session of
the General Assembly.
' JTDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Section 1. The judicial power of the State shall be vested
in one Supreme Court; in Snperior Courts of law and
Courts of Equity ; in County Courts; and in Justices of the
Peace ; and in such other Courts as bv the Constitution and
Laws may be allowed.
: Sec. 2. The Supreme Court shall consist of a Chief Justice,
and two Associate Justices, who shall be elected to then
respective offices by the joint vote of the two Houses of the
General Assembly. '
Sec. 3. The Superior Courts of law and Courts of Equity
shall consist of one or more Judges, to bo elected in like
Sec. 4. The Justices of the Supreme,and the Judges of the
Superior Courts of law and Courts of Equity, shall hold their
offices during good behaviour ; and, at stated times, shall
receive for their services an adequate salary, which shall not
be diminished during their continuance in office.
Sec. 5. There shall be two terms of the Supreme Court,
to be held at the seat of Government, in every year; the
commencement of the terms to be, as nearly as may be, half
a year apart; and the Court at each. term shall 6it for the
dispatch of business so long as shall be necessary.
Sec. 6. A Superior Court shall be held semi-annually at
least, in every county in the State, and shall sit for the dis
patch of business for such time as may be directed by law,
but for not less than six days, unless its business shall be
sooner disposed of. The General Assembly may, however,
direct more than two terms of the Superior Courts to be
held in the year ; in which case the Assembly may, if deem
ed advisable, increase the number of terms of the Supreme
Sec. 7. County Courts shall be held quarterly at least, in
each year, in the several counties, by the Justices of the Peace
tberein, of whom not less than three shall be a quorum, and
the sessions of the Court shall continue at least six days,,
unless the business be sooner disposed of.
Sec. 8. The General Assembly, in , its discretion, .. may
establish Courts for incorporated cities, and towns, with such
jurisdiction in civil causes as may be prescribed.
Sec. 9. The General Assembly may also establish police
courts for 6uch cities and towns, with power to try and
punish petty misdemeanors committed within the limits of
such cities and towns, and in violation of their by-laws.
Sec. 10. The General Assembly, at its first session after
the office of Attorney General shall become vacant, and
from time to time thereafter, shall appoint an Attorney
General, who shall be commissioned by the Governor, and
shall hold his office for the term of four years ; but if the
General Assembly should hereafter extend the term during
which ; Solicitors of the State shall hold their offices ; then
they shall have power to extend the term of office of the
Attorney General to the same period.
Sec. 11. Justices of the Peace shall be elected by ,, the
qualified voters for members of the General Assembly, and
shall hold their office for 6ix years. The number shall not
exceed two for every thousand of the population according
to the census ' next preceding the election, but the General
Assembly may allow three additional ' Justices for each
county-seat, and incorporated towns : Provided, Said incor
porated .town, being other than that in which the county
seat is located, shall contain three hundred inhabitants. . ' The
General "Assembly shall provide for districting the several
counties, and the Justices ; shall reside in their -respective
districts ; ind there shall be a separate election for, each dis
; trict." The next General Assembly shall -enact the necessary
laws to carry into effect the previsions of this section ;, and,
at the first County' Court after. the election, the term of office
of the present Justices shall expire.' ; The General Assembly
may provide for. the election .of Justice to fill vacancies.
fM, : Sec.' 12. .There shall be a Sheriff, coro'neir or coroners and
cuubwtmeB m eacn county witnin me jaiaxe.
' Section 1. i;Nof' person who;. shall -deny.: the i being , ,pf , Al-'
mierhtv God.v or. the divine authority 01 both the old . ana
new Testaments, or who shall hold' religious opinions in
compatible with the freedom-Jor. safety of the State, shall be
capable of i holding any office or place of trust or profit in
any civil department of the State,
' Sec. 2,. o member' of the Senate, or of the House of
Commons shall be. eligible to any office' within the gift of
the General Assembly, during the time for which he may be
Sec 8. No person who may, have been Public Treasurer,
or any other receiver of. the public moneys, snail pe engipie
to any office or place, of trust or profit, until he shall have
fully accounted with the proper authorities for all moneys
which may have come to his hands.
Sec. 4. No clergyman, or preacher of the gospel, of any
denomination, shall be capable of being a member of either
the Senate, House of Commons, or Council of State, while
he continues in the exercise of the pastoral function
Sec. 5. No person who shall hold anyoffice or place of
trust or profit under the United States, or under this State,
r or any other State or government, or under any department
of the United States, or of this State, or of any other. State,
shall "hold' at exercise' any "other office or place of trust or
profit, under the authority of this State, or be eligible to a
seat in either House of the General Assembly : Provided,
That nothing herein contained shall extend to officers in the
militia or justices of the peace.
Sec. 6. Any Justice of the Supreme Court, or Judge of
the Superior Courts, may be removed from office for mental
or physical inability, upon a' concurrent resolution of two
thirds of both branches of the General . Assembly. The
Justice or Judge, against whom the General Assembly may be
about to proceed, shall receive notice thereof, accompanied
by a copy of the causes alleged for his removal, at least
twenty days before the day on which either branch of the
General Assembly shall act thereon. '
Sec. 7. Upon the conviction of any justice of the peace of
any infamous crime, or of corruption and malpractice in
office, tile-commission of such justice shall be thereby vacated,
and he shall be forever disqualified from holding 6uch ap.
Sec. 8. No person shall be deemed qualified to vote in any.
election, or appointment, to any office, or place established
by the Constitution, or by the General Assembly, or deemed
eligible to such office or place, who shall have been adjudged
guilty of felony, or of any infamous crime, unless such per
son shall have been fully pardoned, or restored to credit in
a mode prescribed by. law; and every person adjudged guilty
of man-slaughter and discharged, shall te deemed to be
Sec. 9.- Every person who may hold an office or place o
. trust or profit under the State, or any department thereof,
and every person allowed to vote for such person shall be a
white person and a citizen of the United States.
Sec. 10. The term white person, as used in this Constitu
tion, shall include all who have less than one-sixteenth of
Section 1. The Governor, Justices of the Supreme Court,
and Judges of the Superior Courts, and all other officers of
the State (except justices of the peace and militia officers,)
maybe impeached for wilfully violating any Article of the
Constitution, mal-administration, or corruption.
Sec. 2i Judgment, in case of impeachment, shall not extend
further than to removal from office and disqualification to
bold .and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit, under this
State ; but the party convicted, may, nevertheless, be liable
to indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment according to
' Sec. 3. The House of Commons shall have the sole power
of impeachmerft : The Senate shall have the sole power to
try impeachments : No person shall be convicted upon any
impeachment, unless two-thirds of the Senators present shall
concur in . such conviction ; and before the trial of any im-
peachment, the members 01 tne oenate snaxi taKe an oatii or
affirmation truly and impartially to try and determine the
charge in question according to evidence.
Section 1. All commissions shall run in the name
of the State of North-Carolina, and bear test and be
signed by the Governor. All writs shall run in the same
manner, and bear . test and be signed by the clerks of the
respective courts. Indictments shall conclude against the
peace and dignity of the State.
Sec. 2. A school or , schools shall be established by the
General Assembly, for the convenient instruction of youth,
with such salaries to the masters, paid by the public, as may
enable them to instruct at low prices ; and all useful learning
shall be duly encouraged . and promoted in one or more
Sec. 3. No foreigner shall be deemed a citizen of the State
until he shall have been duly naturalized. -
Sec. 4. The person of a debtor, where there is not a strong
presumption of fraud, shall not be continued in prison after
delivering up, honajide, all his estate, real and personal, for
the use of his creditors, in such manner as shall be regulated
by law. All prisoners shall be bailable by sufficient sureties,
unless .for capital- offences, ..when the proof is evident, or
presumption great. . '
Sec. 5. There shall be no establishment of any one religious
church or denomination in this State in preference to any
other; neither shall any person, on any pretence whatsoever,
be compelled to attend any place ot worship, contrary to his.
own faith or judgment ; nor be obliged to pay for the pur
chase of any glebe, or the building of any house of worship
or for the maintenance of. any minister or ministry, contrary
to what he believes to be right, or has voluntarily and person
ally engaged to perform ; but all persons shall be at liberty to
exercise their own mode of worship : Provided, That nothing
herein contained, shall ,be construed to xempt preachers of
treasonable or" seditious' discourses from legal trial . and pun-
v: EC. o.-j-nvate property shall not betakenlor jiubiic use
without - just compensation,-' paid m due time'.
Seo,7, Treason against the State 6hall , consis1
'giving them' aid and comfort Vi; No person shbll1 be" convicted
01 treason unless on -me ij,imuuj.,vivw.u,-wmtaoea',.iit. wb
same overt act, or on comessiun m vueu wuri. 5- ? - . . iv
5 Smo. 8 Capitation: taxsnall ;be equal throughout the State
upon all individuals' subject to the same provided, That
exemptions or taxable, polls, vas neretoiore prescriDea Dy law,
may be allowed in cases of bodily or mental infirmity.
Sec.. 9. !J2very person ehosen. or appointed to any.;office or
place of trust or profit in the State, besides any oath pre
scribed for a faithful discharge of its duties shall before
entering on such duties, take an oath or affirmation fo sup
port, -maintain and defend the Constiintion of the State, not
inconsistent with the. Constitution of the United States.";'
.,. . Sec. 10. :Wherever in this Constitution there is a property
qualification mentioned, its value shall be determined' in
specie, and be regulated by the assessment of State taxation
next preceding the election. . ; -"V-y :
Sec. 11. The General Assembly shall provide by law, for
the exemption from sale under, execution or other process.
for debts contracted , after the first day .of January,, one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-eeven, . a homestead in
land, in favor of. every head of . a familywlio may be the
"owner thereof, except for taxes. , . . .
'. . ' ARTICLE Till.
., CONVENTIONS. ,'
No Convention of the people-shall be called otherwise
than by the General Assembly, and then only by the con-.
currence of two-thirds of all the members of each House of
the General Assembly. No part of the Constitution of the
State shall be amended, unless by a Convention, the dele
gates whereof shall consist of the same number as the mem
bers of the House of Commons and be chosen by the quali
fied voters for members of such House. '
Ratified in Convention this twenty-fifth day of June,
Anno Domino, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.
EDWIN G. READE, President.
James H. Mcobe, Secretary of the Convention.
R. C. Badger, Assistant Secretary. ' ......
DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
- Raleigh, June 26, 1866.
I, ROBT. W. BEST, Secretary of State, in and for the
State of North-Carolina, do hereby certify that the forego
ing is a true copy of the original on file in this office.
Given under my hand the 26th day of June, A. D., 1866.
R. W. BEST,
Secretary of State.
n-The agent for Barnutn's MnL.. ,
: made tan imDOTtanti aJti- . ..aTe
riositiesy. the purchase "of 0b 1
.Gordon Cumpung coUection of thii
natural history.. At ti . ?'
ed all oppositioai by the decided?
accer 01 tneir DidcUngs and secured
only the errand Danorama v 1101
before the spectatdt the ' scenes and'
.Passed,. buff all the. great gemsS'
col eetion. ,; Alire4ullof!nLS
and the crat. icnra fitd. i- K'i
guineas, while . lions? skHs and ot2
eume....,-",:,..:;- ; arff
;, .One f the efiects of-a European
is foreshadowed by a contenanon '
If there should be a war it must bem,
a large scale, for, including the 1W
arm v TParlv t.n titrYit. at n .1
. J .-- civ isnort no.
tice, over 2,000,000 soldiers are in arm
in Europe." The first battle will sZ
America tourists home in crowds j
intended spending in Fanceand Italv
Germany and England,, will have toC
disbursed 4n their native land. Ithj,
been estimated that Amercans in En
rope, uumig wie year iee, would spend
notf less than $100,000,000 in Void
Should there be a war, about half that
autumn, win ue orougnt Dack.
THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE STATE
THE RATIFICATION' OK REJECTION OF
The Conslitation adopted by the Convention.
Section 1. Be itordained by the people of North-Carolina,
in Conventioii assembled, That the Constitution of the State,
adopted by this Convention, be submitted, by the Governor,
to the people on the" first Thursday of August next, thirty
days notice having been given ; and that the polls be opened
by the respective Sheriffs, and kept open for three successive
days, at the several election precincts in each and every
County in the State, under the same rules and regulations as
now exist for the election of members of the General As
sembly : That the said Sheriffs be required to compare and
certify the results of the election on or before the Thursday
following, and transmit the same in twenty days thereafter
to the Governor of the State; that all persons qualified to
vote for members of the General Assembly may vote for or
against the ratification of the same ; those who wish a rati
fication of the Constitution voting with a printed or written
ticket " Ratification," those of a contrary opinion Rejec
tion ;" it shall be the duty of the Sheriffs to make duplicate
statements of the polls in their respective counties, sworn
before the Clerk of the County Court; one copy of which
shall be deposited in said Clerk's office, and the other copy
transmitted to the Governor of the Stateat Raleigh.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That when the returns
aforesaid shall have been received, the same shall be opened
by the Governor, in the presence of the Secretary of State
and Treasurer, and in case a majority of the votes polled
shall be in favor of a ratification of the Constitution, the
same shall be forthwith made known by a proclamation of
the Governor to the people of the State, and thereupon the
Governor shall cause to be endorsed on the Constitution as
enrolled by order of the Convention", or shall annex thereto
a certificate, under his signature, declaring that the said
Constitution has been ratified by the people of North-Carolina
; and the Secretary of State shall countersign the said
certificate, and annex thereto the great seal of the State, and
the Constitution so enrolled, with the certificate aforesaid,
shall be forever kept among the archives of the State, in the
office of the Secretary aforesaid.
Sec. S. Be it further ordained, That, the Constitution,
thus ratified, shall take efiect and be in force from and after
the proclamation of the ratification thereof: Provided,
Aowever, That the officers holding office under the State
shall severally continue to' exercise their respective functions
until their places shall be filled by the Constitution as
Ratified in Convention this 25th day ot June, A. D. one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. . , v
' w - EDWIN G. READE, President!
. James II. ITooee, Secretary . .. . , . ...-.
,.t R. C. .Badger, Assistant Secretary.' ' . . . ';-;-;' v
!' -' . '"' r 7 5 j levyingwar against the State, or; in' adherpg to ite fenemies, ':
: : DEPARTMENT OF STATE, . ; );
"' ' ' " : . Raleigh, June 26, 1866.'
. ' I, ROBT. "W: BEST, .Secretary of State, in : and for the
State of Nortn-parolin.doi hereby certify, tliat khe forgoing
as a true copy of the original on file m tM8,bffice,.,.';'-i.r:f
Tf Given under my hra
'R.fWv l3EST, :
Secretary qf Stale. :
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Railroads, Steamboats, kt,
: Gknebal Sopekintendent'b Office,
Jtaleigh, JR C, June 6th, 1S0
Change of Time.
On and after Thursday;" June 7th, 1866 Tn;,,
will run as follows on the RaleigU and'tiasu.
Mail Trains going North leave Ruleith 8 15 v
.. - arrive at weldon LOOP!!
BOUtn leave Weldon 11.00 A x.
arrive at Kaiein 4.00 P. H
- North leave R:ili-i.rh mi t
" arrive at Weldon 5.0( p. v
cjouin leave weiaon 4.00 A.)l
" arrive at Raleigh 3.15 P. y
' - .' ' ' QtnH. Hupt.
June 7 If
Korth-Careliaa Railroad Company,
Enocnskb & Superintendent's Offici,
t . Company Step, June 7th,
Change of Time.
N AND AFTER JUNE 10TH, 1866, TRAIxd
wm run as iouows r -r-j :
GOING C WEST.' y
x". ' MaU Train. .
Leave Goldsboro,..;.. 12.30 P. M.
Raleigh,.... V-S. 45
44 Greensboro,:.. - 7.40
" Salisbury,..;;..' 10.10 "..
Arrive Charlotte, ..... 13.35 A. M. . .
..... Mail Train.
12.00 P. II
4.50 A llJ
LOO P. H.
9.00 P. 1L
4.30 A. Jl
Leave Charlotte..... 11.15 P. K..
" . . Salisbury....... ' L2 A. M.
; 44 GreenaJboro, ... 4.10 "...
44 Hillsboro,.... . 6.31 -44...
44 -Raleigh, ... 8.30 "...
Arrive Golds boro'-... 11.30 "...
Mail Train connects at Raleigh with Rakijt
& Gaston Trains tor the North. At GoidsU.ro
with Wilmington and Weldon, and Atlautic t
North-Carolina Trains. -
Accommodation train runs daily, (Sunda.Tsei-
cepiea,) connecting witn W Umingtou & V elduo
trains. . .
There is no Sunday Train going North fron
Weldon. to Portsmouth; passengers arriviDgn
Weldon on that day can go immediately through
- E. WILKES,
june 9 36tf ' ; T Eng. & Sop't
CIL1VCE OF RAILROAD SCHEDTLE.
Officb Atlantic & N. C. R. R. Co.,
. Ncwbern,2f. C, June 5, IStifi.
N "AND AFTER' MONDAY NEXT MiE
V Train will runldaily as follows :
Leave Morebead City......i..,'. 7 15 A.X
: Arrive at Newport . . . .. .... .. . . 7 43
Leave NewDort 7 45
Arrive at Newbern 9 00
. 8 45 A.
r. LeaveNewbern. ...... ....... .. ...... 9 15
Arrive at.Kinston..... ,...10 03
Leave Kinston ............ : . .' 11 00
. Arrive at Mosely Hall 1 1 35
Leave Moselv Hall..;. ....11 43
Arrive at Goldsboro' , . . . .. .-. 13 15 P. M
- . RETURNING. . .
LeaveGoldsi OTo'.iii;;-.. 3 30P.1
Leave Mosely Hall...... 4 10
Leave Kinston 453
! Leave Newbern .i. .......... 6 40
Leavc.Newport 8 0i
Arrive at Morehead Cit v ........... 8 30
Passenger train connects witfr North-Carolira
Kailroart train mnns West at 12 4n f. M., anu n
tnrning leaves after arrival of Wilmington an:
Weldon Railroad train going South. I
Passengers from West wait from Jl 30 A i
to 3 30 P? M.- . ; - : -
- The accommodation train will-leave Morehdi
City on ' Mondavs,' Wednesdays and Fridays, R
turning every alternate aay as tollows
Leave Morehead City (Station).,.. 9 00A.H
i.eave niewoern.., ..........vs la
Leave Kinston.. .......,.., 10
Arrive at Goldsboro'. . 6 15
Leave Newbern... . :
-Arrive at Morehead Citv (Station)
Thia train leaves Ooldsboro' Tnesdavs. Thunf
davs and Saturdays after arrival of Wilrainglo'l
and Weldon Railroad train going North and 1
riv.-s every "alternate day in Goldsboro' at 5 1
f. m. a iair train tnan mail tram lor pa&Bengc"
going worta. - , v . -
i - . FAKE SEDUCED.
Throna-h "tickets wUl Ih sold at nriiiciil
tlons on 'North-Carolina Railroad. BaltimoreJ
New York, &c- f . C. R. THOMAS,
June 12th, 1806 tf . v . iVeit
rpHE WEW LINE FOR BALTIMORE
JL carrying. the GREAT HARNDEJI ur
FREIGHT, leave Norfolk at 5X o'clock, p.
The new and elegant steamers
GEORGErLEARY. Capt. S. BlakensM
. TnM1av Tltnt-Kilov anil SrttnrdaV.
" JAS. T. BRADY, Capt. D. C. I"1!
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. J
- The steamers of iuis, line have unsurpasseai vt
commodations, being all new and COD?tr"rLi
with great regard to speed, comfort and saw.
and the tables are equal to first class hotel lan-J
Travellers g ling North via Seaboard and Wfl
ok Rat lmnii. nan nn rr-hnup tickets to Portsmu1
i .t.L, ill i i .itlnir tn cnnveT Bf"!
-. . . . r he Stl
-ana ineir uacgaea i-beb oi t,niiu '
t o... , .ffhnled ton"'
AA&IJG UiOUicin. ill"' -"
an nAr.ndAr.Ati onA thik fftrt linflftr ttJlV VJTW
. A w Ai Vvia D.i T ini
, Travellers, eolnsr via Weldon and Petcn"""
and Norfolk and Petersburg Railroads can p"
thrnnirh tinlrfcto of P.tnnhnrir Bnd hSVC OKfT .
h)ckr! tn Knlttmniw - Philadelphia anE I"
York;- r.; -v-., ; -,- . . -v.-
This line connects at Baltimore with t6
Throngh Tickets solclon the Boats, and rPL
uiiu Dajagu irpnsierreu "vm .
. Passengers," Bageage and Freight tnLJ
afifl fmm PAriimnntWmul TJp.W Line
free of charge. - ' - fti
- Leave Baltimore from 8pear's Wharf.
Gay Stop-gfy TV-pKIN8 W
:, ep 22-134 ly8 . At
-jgRAWDTT I - BRANDY K BKAKD
! CASES PURE FRENCH BBAX
f SO gallon Southampton Brandy. rn
juna-Ttf. ;. y 3,P.;WIJLUAMSOy
, yORtAIf 1 W03TBLE,
of rroauce ana otaer uooas. T , Ta&
' Special, ftttehtion given to" the sal1
Jfacon and Xard. . h ao
Consignmente solicited, at Old 8raiwn
worm side uareett gtreet, Jiaieign, -nag
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