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Mr. Hutcliinsoii fromcommittee rejwrtea
joint rules of order for the government of the
TfrK?. moved that the Housedog
concur T Opposed the rule luting the
number of finance C'n,"-lf
Spnateand House branches thereot ol equal
mr He held that it was wrong m pnn-
1 Mnue of Commons being clearly
C1! L rule sTid committee from all leg
ihe refelB reference to the joint committee
on Magistrates. He held that this commit
tee would take the appointment entirely out
of the hands of the member .He had never
heard of such a committee befom
Mr Durham favored the joint rale.
Mr Latham of Washington did the same.
Mr" Lvon opposed the rule m relation to
Magistrates He deemed it an innovation.
HeS Sht each members knew better
"horn to appoint for his county, than a com
mittee of members from other counties.
SrDavis favored concurrence in the re
port of the committee.
P Mr Lvon and Mr. Russ replied, oppoxmg
... .. -j ,uih-mi toaioint committee on
ine ruic -
MMrStFrmnan favored the appointment of
competent Magistrates, and he deemed this
rule to be in the way of that necessary ob-
J6Mr. Blair desired to know how the mem
bers of the proposed committee could tell
who was competed to be a Magistrate, and
who not How could a member froni the
East tell who ought to be Magistrate in
Randolph? He was there to represent his
Couuty and to recommend Magistrates He
denied the right of others to do this latter
part of his duty for him.
The yeas and nays being called for, the
House refused to concur in we Kp
Those who voted in the affirmative were
Yeas Messrs. Allen, Baker, Eoyd, Cow
an Crawford, of Macon, Crawford, of Row
an, Davis, Davidson, Durham, Foard, Gar
riss, Gorham, Granbery, Harding, Harper,
TTn..K!n Holrl.rlv. Houston. Hutchison.
Judkins, Kelsey, Keuan. Kendall. Latham, of
Washington, Lee, Long, ""' ""J"'
McAuthur, McClammy, McKay, McNatr Mc
Rae, Mooic, of Hertford, Pfto
Bernhardt, Richardson, Smith, of Guilford,
Turnbull, Whitefield, Williams, of Harnett,
Williams, of Pitt, Woodard 44.
Those who voted in the negative arc,
Nays Messrs. Ashworth, Autry, Barden,
Beasley, Black, Blair, Nythe,. Biudsher.
Bright, Bryaon, Carson, Chadwick, Clark,
Clements, Daniel, Farrow, Freemen, Gallo
way. Gambril, Garrett, Godwin, Guess, Hm
nant. Hodnett, Horton, of Watauga. Horton
of Wilkes, Jenkins, of Gaston, Jenkins, of
Granville, Jones, Jordan, Latham, of Craven,
Logan, Lowe, Lvon, May. McGougan, M.Mre,
of Chatham, Morton, Morrissett. Murnll,
Neal, Perrv. of Carteret, Perry, of Wake.
Rogers Rosebro, liountree, uuss, ocugm,
Scott, Shelton, Simpson, Smith, of Duplin,
Stevenson, Stone, St.idderth, Teague, Trull,
Umstead, Vestal, Walker, Waugh, Westmore
land, Whitely, Wilson, of Forsyth, Williams,
of Yancv, Womble, York 67.
So the whole of the report of the commit
tctj Wits rtjectcd.
But Mr. Loiran moved to reconsider the
vote and to strike out the rule in relation to
joint committee on Magistrates, which was
The report was then concurred in, and the
Friday. November 23d, 1866.
The reporter being absent, through the
courtesy of the Sentinel we are enabled to
present the following report of Senate pro
Leave of absance was granted Mr. Snead,
Senator from Jonston, until Tuesday next.
The Speaker announced the following com
The Senate branch of the committee on
the proposed Constitutional amendment, are
Messrs." Leach, McLean, Covington, Clark
Committee on Propositions and Grievan
ces. Messrs. Cnnningliain, Kelley, Covington,
Harris of Franklin, Jones, Brown and Willey.
Committee on Claims. Messrs. Gash, John
son, Bullock, Coward, Ferebee, McRae and Ed-
COMMITTKB ON PRIVILEGES USD ELECTIONS.
Messrs. Battle, Etheridgc, Spencer, Harris, of
Rutherford, Hand, Perkius and Snead.
Committee on the Judiciary. Messrs. Wil
son, Leach, McCorkle, Moore, Brown, Avery
Committee on Interna!. Improvements.
Messrs. Avery, Hall, Wiggins, Speed, Koonce,
McLean and Love.
Committee on Education and the Litera
bt Fund. Messrs. Hall, Edwards, Thornl
Williams Hill T.lnvd and Matthews.
nnuviTTti of Banks and Currency. Messrs.
Cowles, Berry, Marshall, Adams, Matthew, Fere
bee ana rascaali.
Committee on Corporations. Messrs. Clark,
Moore, PaschalL, Johnson, Kelly, Thompson,
Committee on Military Affairs. Messrs.
Leach, Battle, Richardson, Bullock, Love, Wil
liams and Kelly.
Committer on Agriculture. Messrs. Cov
ington, Barnes, Clark, Thornton, Perkins, Rich
ardson and Koonce.
JOINT COMMITTEES SENATE BRANCH.
Finance. Messrs. Hall, Wiggins, Covington,
McLean. Berry. Gash. Adams and Etheridge.
Public Buildings and Grounds. Messrs.
Thornton and Barnes.
CiiEKeKEE Lands and Western Turnpike.
Miwra. Gash. Love anil McCorkle.
Swamp Lands. Messrs. Koonce, 8pencer and
Libbakt. Messrs. Clark, Outlaw and Cun
Insane Asylum. Messrs. Speed, Wilson and
Deaf anb Dumb Astxum. Messrs. Hall, Har
ris of Rutherford and Bobbins.
Mr. Speed introduced a resolution to prevent
fraud upon the revenue, on his motion it was re
terred to the committee on a inauce.
HOUSE DF COMMONS.
Friday, Nov. 23d, 1866.
Thefollewing committees were announced
Judiciary. McKay, Dargan, Davis, Ke
nan, Morehead. Perrv of Cartrct, Richardson
Everett, Logan, Whitfield, Jordan, Durham,
Internal Imtrovejient. Cowan, Clark
of Halifax, Lutterloh. Umstead, Houston,
Horton, of Wilkes, Patterson, Bryson, Logan,
Finance. Patton. Latham of Washing
ton. Cowan. Lutterloh. Quess. Lowe, Hol-
Mr. Stevens introduced the following
resolution, -which was reiected :
Resulted, That a message be sent to the
Senate, asking the concurrence of that body
in the appointment of a select committee of
uve 2 on the part of Senate and 3 on the
part of the House to draft a memorial to
me congress of the United States praying
mat body to call a Convention ot all the
States -of the American Union to take into
consideration the present Constitution of the
United States, and if need be to amend the
Mr. Carson resolution requesting the ju
diciary omiriktee to report a bi.l providing
that property sold under execution shall
bring a Mr Valuation in United States cur
Mr. Kenan resolution to provide for
countiMg the votes for Governor. Adopted.
Mr. McNair resolution authorizing the
Secretary of State to furnish to each raemler
f this Legislature a copy of the ordinances
f the late Convention. Adopted.
Mr. Moore of Chatham a bill for the relief
of the people f n;a county allowing the
sheriff entd Jan. 10th, 1868, to settle his pub
lic taxes. ; ' .
Mr. Rogers hill to pre vent molestation of
horses or mules captured I y soldiers of either
Air. Durham a bill to exxmpt disabled sol-
! .una Rpfrarnl
I " .
Mr. Blair1 an act to repeal an1' act ' ratified
on the 7th day of February, 1868--repea!s so
much as requires persons over 45 :yeart to
work the roads. Referred. .
Mr. Russ a memorial of Rufus H. Jones,
Executor of Alfred Jones,' deceased. Re
Mr. Granberry a bill to improve the law
of evidence. Referred.
Mr. McRae a bill to incorporate the South
Union Manufacturing Company. Reterred.
Mr. Clark a bill for the relief of the people.
providing tor the. issue of 93,000,000 in treas
ury notes, witii certain restrictions.
Mr. Richardson an act to incorporate the
Bladen Manufacturing Company. Referred.
Mr. Richardson an act to incorporate the
Bladen Land Company. Reterred.
Mr. Crawford of Macon a bill to repeal an
act to provide for working the public roads.
A message was received from the Govern
ors enclosing communications from Generals
Bumford and 1 Toward, proposing to furnish
provisions to the destitute people of North
Carolina, both white and black.
Referred to a special committee.
The House branch of Committee on Con
stitutional amendment was announced to be :
Messrs. Perry of Carteret, Davis of Franklin,
Morehcad, Keenan, Wilson of Forsyth, Russ,
Waugh and Hodnett.
Mr. Waugh a bill to provide more effectu
ally for the punishment of horse-stealing
provides that crime shall be punished with
death ar whipping at discretion of jury.
A message from the Governor was read en
closing report of Jacob Siler, agent of Cher
okee lands. Ordered to be printed and re
ferred. A message was sent to the Senate propo
sing to go into an election for Comptroller.
The Senate refused to concur,
Whereupon the nousc adjourned until to
morrow morning 11 o'clock.
For the Standard.
TO UNION MEN FROM AN UNIONIST.
Deluded Voters Representation AH
the offices- Blessing Brethren -Congratulations
in Congress Southern
Leaders Loyal Thunder, &c, dec.
There is now and has been all the time, an
intelligent, respectable and highly moral
class ot citizens, in all the insurgent States,
who do not desire, and never did desire, to
segregate themselves from the benign gov
ernment of their fathers.
These are the persons to whom we would
address a few remarks ; these are they who
have been so strievously abused for their
opinions sake, during the rebellion, for four
calamitous years. These are they now, who
are dexrived of all part in the governments
of the so-styed Southern States. Who are
frowned upon at the White House, and who
are not at all regarded at the Capitol. These
persons have proved, it appears, too honest,
too courageous, and but too true prophets tu
suit the caprices of the tyrant-trodden peo
ple of the South. The deluded Southern
people seem to prefer prevarication with
flattery so soothing to their vain imaginings,
to unflattered truth with stern iacts and stub
born realities. They want no foretelling of
impending doom, no logic of unalterable
destiny to be indexed upon their better judg
ments in that un glossed truth which in the
end must prevail without leaving any flowery
plains for imagination to play. These poor
power-forsaken people, for whom we almost
teel fit to exclaim, as Rudolph did of old,
"pious brethren give us jrour curses hereaf
ter, your blessings roost on the wrong perch !"
For Heaven's blessings at the answer of some
of these " blessings brethren," judging by
theii past efficacy would at this untoward
time, be irretrievable destruction. The con
dition of this class of our population, the
general government the law-making and
the law-executing powers knows them well
enough to be the only firc-furnaced tried ad
herents of the Union of all the States. Both
these departments know this well enough.
Whether they choose to act on the informa
tion is another question. And these are the
portion of the people, that the bickerings of
the two independent branches irreparably
injure, so long as at the present public affairs
continue. How long shall the patience of
these altogether innocent people be abused ?
Where would our groaning land be ? what
the difference be now and the late Confeder
ate times f if their waning patience should
at last become exhausted ? When shall the
last straw be laid on their unoffending backs ?
Their fate is hard, but let us ask those
who have already endured so much, to en
dure yet a little more; and yet a little longer
hu amiie uicir lime. Jiatiers now must ne
at their worst, the fates can not possibly
hold in store for them but little more tribu
lation. Something we know not what, it
can not be worse, must ere long le done.
And the truth then will be asserted, and jus
tice fully sustained. The Congress meets in
a short while. The elections for the present
are all decided and proved decisive. The
voters of seventeen loyal States have told
Congress, in tones of thunder, loud enough
for all to hear, by more than four hundred
thousand majority, that the Union of 1860,
shall be constructed and that construction
perfected in terms and mode prescribed by
themselves. A few score of the political
leaders of the South during the rebellion,
and who as they took the lead then, now
take the roadway and still presume to a.t as
old stagers of the team, and " bully leaders"
they are, " in a baulk," all other cattle must
be harnessed to follow their guidance, wher
ever or whenever they choose to give the only
true and proper direction. But have not
these "old hacks" had a fair and double
trial in two Congresses, at Washington and at
Richmond, the two great capitals of the late
United-States and Confederate States of
America ? And what lias lieen the result ?
The world sees it. And the world con
If there are any statesmen left in the land.
and who can donbt it ? The burthens now
most weighty on innocent and unoffendins
citizens, these statesmen will soon remove. ,
We tell them that anything is better than
uncertainty. The whole country demands J
reconstruction at their hands. Two years.
and there is yet no peace. The men who
saved the country in extremis, can certainly
cure it after the throes of its paroxysm are
past Let them apply "one leech" to the
suppurating flesh of the body politic, anil if
this one will not draw, then " that other
leech," the "good bloodsucker" that will re
move all putridity, and pour some salubri
ous ointment on, and bind up with healing
salve, the still gaping sores of the diseased
But where are the once vaunted statesmen
of the South ? Where are the races of Man-
gum's, Gastons' and Badgers of North -Carolina
? These were all honorable men, they
loved their country more than office how
ever so exalted tne station, i e uods i is
there now no honor left among our public
men ? except that " honor" that is found con-
ointly with those cnarming oreau ana out-
ter words, " trust and proJUr ' And is this
all the " honor" that our public men shall
hereafter seek ? And shall our poor deluded
people put honor and trust again in the
clutching fists of such men ? Heaven forbid
it. Men who have been tried and trusted
with everything and who finally preserved
nothing, save their inordinate thirst and cra
ving appetites, like poor little Oliver beseech
ing the people " to give them more." Are
these the men who have fed tat all their
lives! and who are still to be "compelled" to
swallow all the gravy of all ficshpots ? Cato
the Censor, as well as King Solomon, said
beware of a tool I Bnt in these there is a
unity ot knavery -with folly, and ye hug them
the closer to your bosoms. You talk about
guarantees from ' Congress before the adop
tion of constitutional amendments. An d in
the next breath send men to represent tho
iue peopie, wiin unguaranteeu ana untiring
confidence. k The self-same men who destroy
ed the 'whole land oncei and who would
i coolly pay pow, as they have exclaimed. be
' f jre, we never intended it 1 1 They always
supposed the States had, a constitutional
right to secede, and under chartered rolls of
record, to set up new governments whenever
they desired 1 They never - intended war,
they were ever for peaceable proceedings.
There could be no war. No body is going
to ugut the United South. They never can
be whipped look at our boys in gray, any
one of them is equal to at the least, sixteen
Yankees. "" They never can whip us !" even
if there should be a " little brush !" " Why,
we will agree to drink up every drop of blood
or wipe it all up with one bandanna !" Now
ye North-Carolina parliamentarians sent here
to represent the honest people f the State,
not the " knaves or fools." but the plain, un
political common sense farmers send to the
federal Congress once more, try ihcm yet
once again, as old Harry advised the farmer
of Kentucky to try him, your brag men, and
your clingmen, who will boast of their prow
ess over the North, and cling so securely and
so surely to the good government of their
fathers. What a treat it would be to hear
them descant on oaths and love of country,
the whole country, the utter detestation they
have always entertained for office 1 What a
margin for forensic display. It would be
rich to see Trumbull wink, and old Horace
smile and Morrissey stand ready to back 'em
with his broad fists and well-filled bottle to
moisten their ardent chops. With what
unction would Gen. Butler shake them by
the hand, and placidly enquire if they had
any more spoons left in 44 sunny Southland,"
that he had seen good many on his last trip.
All 1 how mellifluous would flow their won
drous kind words, teeming with unfettered
patriotism. Order them immediately into
their respective seats, the Congress can not
get on without them, and if any of these
honorable men should unite with their great
love of country, the additional experience of
having been at Richmond where they could
go or vote anything without letting their
constituencies into the secret, in holv con
clave with all doors closed, they would have
the huge advantage of knowing something,
the others did not understand, and like
" lapping" an ace from the pack they would
be sure to win, as they have heretofore done
on every deal.
In the districts the same sort of men
should be returned or as near like as " Bill
and Tom specially Bill!" to fill the gaping
seats, and you may be assured of two good
things, to say the least, your representatives
will excel all others in capaciousness of
Esophagi, and spurtginess of kerchiefs and
both always ready for the people's service. -And
one other thine the sia;ns give token,
that the men of the North, who sustained
the government, in her recent great travail,
can and will devise some scheme, now that
they understand the whole situation, to place
justice ami peace and inerC3' and Union once
more triumphant, wherever that old banner
of Washington, of Hancock, of Hamilton
should be unfurled. And that the Congress
with full concurrence of the Executive in
that scheme, will in a short while, grant to
the misguided disunion people of the insur
gent States, a qwlified amnesty, for their
forced and of course involuntary part in the
rebellion restricting the disability of for
giveness, solely, and verv pronerlv. only to
that small class of politicians at the South
who were the actual, official and recognised
promoters of the late rebellion. .
A Pleasant Partt. A nleasant oartv assem
bled in the dining-rooms at Mrs. Watson's yes-
terua afternoon, we believe the bar, the press.
the pulpit, and both Houses of the General As
sembly had representatives at the table, and we
are informed discussed the good tliinjrf, provided
in sucn aounaauce, witn a royal good win. An
old epicure and Commoner, on whose opinion we
place very high estimate, whether the debateable
point is a matter ot public policy, appetite or
drinkutite, assures us that the lady of the feast
demonstrated her great capacity as a house
keeper. We regret our Inability to accept the invitation
to make one of the company. Mrs. W. is iu the
Hntchins house, and will, no doubt, entertain
boarders who seek ter premises in an acceptable
V e had the pleasure of being one of this party,
and entirely concur with our neighbor as to the
superiority of the entertainment, and also as to
L Mrs. Watson's taste, skill, and industry as a
Nov. 21, 1866.
Rosin Market dull. We quote sales of 109
bbls. No. 1 at $5 50$8 25 ; No. 2 at $4 75,
and 80 bbls. common at $3$4.
Cotton No sales reported.
Spirits. Turpentine 69 casks sold at 71c.
and 53 easks at 70c.
Tar Hlias declined since our last report.
Sales of 450 bbls. at $1 80.
Turpentine Has advanced 15c. We no
tice sales of 2G3 bbls. at $5 20 for virgin and
yellow dip, and $2 60 for hard 280 lbs.
Peanuts About 300 bushels sold at $2 40
$2 50 28 lbs.
THE AV1NTER TERM WILL COMMENCE
on the second Monday in January next.
FIRST WEEK Monday and Tuesday will be
devoted to applicants for licenses; Causes on the
first, circuit will be called, and motions heard for
SECOND WEEK Causes on the sccon 1 and
THIRD WEEK. Causes on the fourth and
FOURTH WEEK. Causes on the seventh and
FIFTH WEEK. Causes on the third circuit,
and cases on the other circuits not before argued.
By order: E. B. FREEMAN, Clerk.
Nov. 24, 1866. 107 3t
$25 REWARD !
STOLEN FROM THE SUBSCRIBER, ON
the uight of the 21st instant, a flea-bitten,
formerly iron-trey horse, about 5X hands high,
dark mane, tail upper half dark, lower white,
mane collar-worn, has two warts behind right
hand shoulder, shod before, 8 years old, sway
baciicd, fresh saddle-gall on back ; large, clear
eycH ; is well set on Ins tore legs, but bowed iu
hinder legs. Close inspection will show him to
be a stallion.
He was stolen from my cart-wheel, to which he
was tied, in tne rear oi my Douse, at Mr. duck
Mitchell s plantation on the Sinithtield road, 8
miles from Raleigh, in St. Mary's district. The
horse was tracked the same night to a place near
the insane Asyiuui, wnere me trail was lost.
Tiio thief, with my horse, was seen the other side
oi Salem meeting-honse next morning, inquiring
the way to New Hope river. He was a white
I will trive the above reward for the horse, de-
liverod to me.
! I nirvcv TTTPWVP
At Jack Mitchell's.
Nov. 24, 1866.
NORTH STATE IRON AND BRASS
THESE WELL KNOWN IRON WORKS ARE
turning out all kinds of Mill Castings and
wrought Mill Irons, also, every variety of one and
two horse plows, and plow castings. The Stock
nf Punninir imulements now on hand and readv
for delivery is very large, and consists in part of
the foilo winir viz:
500 No. 0 Plows, (Richmond Patent.)
3K) Self Sharpner do do
200 No. 11 do (William's Patent)
I0O No. 60 do " "
50 No. 50 do Allen's ')
30 No. 1 One Horse Kivingston Plows.
20 No. 2 Two Horse " "
110,000 lbs., all kinds ot Plow Castings, together
with Sinclair & Co's. Propelles Straw Cutter,
Corn Shelters, of various patterns, O'Aines' Shov
els and Spades, iSam'l. W. Collins fc Co's., Axes,
and Cast Steel plows, Nova Scotia Grindstones,
We are also Agents for the Sale of every descrip
tion of Agricultural Implements manufactured in
the United States.
All kinds of Castings, Forcings, and repairing
done neatly and upon short notice.
N. B. Wanted at once 100,000 lbs., old cast
scrap Iron, for which we will pay liberally in cash,
or exchange Plow or Plow castings.
B. P. WILLI ft M HQH, fc CO. .
' NaT. 3. ISM. 107 4
HOTEL FOR RENT
OFFICE. N. C.TC R. CO. )
'--t Company Shops, Nov. 20th, 1866. f :
HE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS HOTEL
at the Company shops is for rent, from the
Hrst of Janoarv next.
Proposals lor the same may be made to the
President before the 12th day of December next.
f TUUMAS WEBB,
... ... President
Nov. 34, 1866. 107 2awtLJdec
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
LARGE LOT OF FINE APPLES, ALSO
Jr. a No. a lot ot
Nov. 24, 1866.
OFFICE N. C. RAILROAD CO.
Compakt Shops, Nov. 20, 1866.
rpHE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS OF THE.
1 North Carolina Railroad Company, a r re
quested to furnish the President with the jrumber
oi each Bond in their possession, and art the same
time signify whether they are willing to renew I
their Bunds, or whether tney will demand pay
ment of the same when they fall duo. This in
formation is particularly desired before the 12th
day of December next, to be laid before the Stoek-
noiders ot tne company, wno ineet in itaieign on
mat day. itiuMAa wjubb.
Nov. 24, 1866. 107 tlSdec
PATENT MICA ROOFING.
rpHE NEW YORK MICA ROOFING COM-
1 PANY. (Established 154,) are manufactur
ing under Letters Patent THE BEST ARTICLE
OF COMPOSITION ROOFING EVER OFFER
ED TO THE PUBLIC. It is adapted to every
style of Roof, steep or flat, and can be readily ap
plied dv any one.
The U. 8. Government, after a thorough test of
its utility, have adopted its use m tne .Navy x ards.
and npon Public Buildings.
The Rooting is put np in rolls, and has only to
be nailed to the Kool to make a
DURABLE FIE AND
We particularly recommend its use upon
Buildings, Stores, Churches, Factories,
Machine-Shops, Steamboat Decks, Ac.
MICA ROOFING PAINT.
For coating TIN, IRON, or SHINGLE ROOFS.
It iorms a
Body eqaal to
three coats of Ordinary Paint.
rust under it, and Old Leaky
No Roof can
Roofs may be mode permanently waier-prool aud
durable bv its use.
1 he faint requires no mixing, bnt Is ready to
be applied with the ordinary paint brush. Price,
$.,00 per gallon, which will cover two hundred
Also manufacturers or
BLACK LUSTRE VARNISH,
TACKED FELT AX1 UOOFLVG PITCH.
Discount to the Trade. Circulars and Price
List furnished. Rights for counties sold at low
THE MICA ROOFING CO.,
194 Broadway, N. V.
Frank Humphreys. 61 Royal St.. N. O. Bco
field, Williams & Co., Augusta, Go., Baldwin H
Woods. Moiitironiery, Ala. 1 nomas S. Coates.
Kaieuru. in. u. j. A. lUCKer, Kicnmond. Va.
Henry Wilson, Petersburg Va., Agents.
JOV. Z4, 1806. 107- -
Lindwood, and Kich Jersey
Lixritlfs, for Sixle.
r OSSES OF PKOPEKTY AND MY SONS,
JLi witu a desire to close business and pay my
debls, has induced me to convey, by Deed iu t rust,
all my property to Alfred llargrave, ol Lexington,
Nortti Carolina, which will be sold by him, and
conveyances made, ou Tuesday, the 11th of I
December, 186U, at Lindwood first aud Lex
ington next, from day to day until all la sold, con
sisting ol tue loilowiug property :
Lindwood, Consisting of 1,640 Acres.
This celebrated tract will be divided into a num
ber ot ones, suiting large or smaller purchasers.
including a valuable Flouring Mill, a comfor-
taoie roomy cottage, servant's xxouses,
liarns, Shops, witu wells and springs ot excel
lent water. Tue natural fertility ol these lands is
unsurpassed even iu tue lamed "Jersey settle
ment," in tue heart of whieli tucy are located.
They lie on both sides ol the Nortli Carolina Rail
road, 7 miles iroui Lexiugtou, and ll nines lroin
Salisbury. N. C. These lauds are bounded by the
Yadttin River, and run north aud east covering
swearing tjreek, aud uoruiand soutu full a creel,.;
have beuu uitetied, drained and uuder-druiued at
much expense ; have nearly live uuudred acres ol
woodland, in Ueavy, original ioresi growui, equally
distributed on different parts ol the estate, and
sufficient for farming purposes, nut an acre but
what is well situated lor cultivation, or the raising
of grass. There is now on them line mowing and
irrazintr lots and netds, witn woodland pastures.
Iu all these particulars constituting one ol the
most desirble aud liealtny estates in the South.
It is enough to say for it, that it is the best and
most valuable estate in tue famed "Jersey settle
ment," and has been under a state of improvement
for fortv years, cotton, w ueat and corn nave
been tue staple products, but there are now larije
fields in a condition to produce the best yield aud
quality ol shipping Tobacco, drained aud cleared
ot stumps uuu sioues, easjiy u ue uruKcu nuu
ridged iuto ground for tobacco hills.
Also, a tract ot
Two hundred acres of Woodland,
in original forest irrowth, of Oak. Hickory and
Yellow Pino, 2 miles from Lexington, and tf
mile from a saw Mill ou Abbott 8 Creek, una
known as the Garner Place.
Also. 81 Acres the Trentham place-
constituting a part and adjoining tue to wu of Lex
ington. Highly improved laud.
Also, my interest iu the House and Lots on
which I live, in all, niue acres, ou wnicuisa Fiue
Mansion House aud improvements.
Also, the Celebrated Blooded Stallion, Medley,
drives well in harness. A match ot superior
l.irwti.rl Carnase Horses, kind lu harness. A
It looked Ueldine. 4 years old. Two
Blooded Brood Mares, one with a Colt.
One Buggy Horse. Twenty first class Mules,
ami two Jennies. Also a fine Blooded Filly,
irnitlir ml tilUT VCarS Old.
. . i I Wr.r4h novnn fluttlo
AlbO, Ot UCttU ui a.viv. au.w..
bred from the best imported Bulls aud Premium
Cows, of wuich there are about 40 Milcli Cows,
three fine Bulls, with young Bull Calves and
Heifers, Stc., aud a Hue yoke of North Devon
Also, 88 head best bred South Down
Sheep, including a superior lot of Rams, ail ol
th hunt importations. A Stock of Hogs. The
whole of the crop oi Corn, cotton, vaw, xiay,
Fodder, Straw, suueks, ste.
Also, 4 horse VVagous, 2 horse Wagons, Ox
Wau-mia and Carts, and a number of iron Cart
Axles. A Family carriage, a uurouciic, ts Dug
.r.. .ii. rl iui Ambulance.
Also, a very large stock of the best Agricul
tural Implements, viz: 3 horse, 2 horse ai.d 1
i,n Plows. Harrows, iron and wooden framed
f!nltivators. Iron Clod-Crushers and Sectional
Rollers, oue Wheat Drill witu Guauo attachment,
one superior Threshing Machine, Wheat Fans,
two Reaping and one Mowing Machine, Farm
Boiler, bpaues. Shovels, Axes, Mattocks, Picks,
Crow-Bars, Blacksuiitn and Wood Shop loois,
oriii, Ri-.llows. &c. and Carpenter s tools.
Also. 20 shares of stock iu the NortU Carolina
Also all the Household and Kitchen Furniture,
One new Hydraulic Ram with glass air-cuauiber,
and a large lot of Lead aud proof Tin Pipe, Willi
vuiit.v f uroDertv named in the Trust.
I invite all my friends to attend the sale, and
supply themselves with material to begin and
prosecute an improved system ol Husbandry, from
tne poini x imvc icii. uu.
W. ii. HOLT.
Lexington, N. C, Nov. 22, 1806.
At. the time and places above named, the sale
will take place, "viz: Tuesday , the 11th of I
December, 1 866, and continue from day to day
uutil all Is sold. ... I
For the Lands, 6 and 12 months credit will be
given, bond and approved security required, and
title made w lien paid lor. tor tne personal pro
perty, six months creditforsums over ten dollar,
uuder teu dollars, cash. Interest discounted for
cash over sums of ten dollars. . -
Lexington, Nov. 22, 180(5. 10b
Valuable City Property for Sale.
tt WTT.T. SELL ON REASONABLE TERMS
I h .n.i nnrl lot. nn Favettisvilli; Street near the
N. C. R. R- The lot contains about one Acre oi
Land with one of the best Springs of water in
this City. A good two story dwelling with base
ment arid' a double Brick Kitchen. The yard
beautifully shaded with Elm treer. It Is also a
M,. I stand fnr a. Familv ftrnearv and would be
a good site for a manufacturing establishment, of
any kind. There being a sufficiency ot water for
Engines, sc . "
. APP1V to me at my ouictj uvtr vnxvu m
- to- d uir 1 cl? A o-'t
Nov. 20, 186. 10 aw.
"DCTILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
V f at Raleigh, N. C, on the 5th day of Decem
ber, 1866, the following articles of Government
. 36 Horses,
1 Ambulance,' " """" '
6 Army Wasrons,
9 S. S. Lead Harness,
13 8. 8. Wheel Harness.
28 Wagon Covers, aud a large lot of other
V oar-term asters rroperty.
Sale to take place at the Baptist Grove, Raleigh
n. c, anu 10 commence at iu o clock, a. xl.
Terms cash, U. S. Currency.
G. VAN 8. AIKEN,
Its Lieut., 8th U. S. Infantry.
A A. Q. M.
Office, A. A. Q. M., Raleigh, N. C.
Nov. 24, 1866. 107 tds.
Great Watch Sale!
ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE PLAN,
Giving every Patron a Handsome and Reliable
Watch for the low Price of ten Dollars
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE,
And net to he Paid for unless Perfectly Satis
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches $250 to $750
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches, 200 to 500
100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled, 100 to 800
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Ws. 250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers, 200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches, 150 to 200
500 Gold " American Watches, 100 to 250
500 Silver Hunting Levers, 50 to 150
500 Silver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to 250
500 Gold Ladies' Watches. 50 to 250
1,000 Gold Hunting Lepines, 50 to 75
1,000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches, 50 to 100
2.500 Huntintr Silver Watches. 25 to 50
5,000 Assorted Watches, all kinds, 10 to 75
t- Every patron obtains a Watch bv this ar
rangement, costing but $10, while it may be worth
$750. No partiality shown.
Messrs. J. Hiekllng &, Co., 149 Broadway,
New York City, wish to immediately dispose of
the above magnificent Stock. Certificates, nam
ing the articles, are placed in sealed envelopes,
and well mixed. Holders are entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment
01 xeu .uoiiars, wuetner it be a watch worth 7o0
or one worth less. The return of any of our certi
ficates entitles you to the article named thereon,
upon payment, irrespective of its worth, and as
no article valued less than $10 is named on any
certificate, it will at ouce be seen that this is
JVa Lottery, but a straight-forward Legiti
mate. Transaction, which may be partici
pated in by the most fastidious
A single. Certificate will be sent by mail, post
paid, upon receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven
lor $3, thirty-three and elegant premium for $5,
sixty-six and more valuable premium for $10, one
hundred and most superb Watch for sis. To
Agents or those wishing employment this isa rare
opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted bus
iness, duly authorized by the Government, and
open to the most careful scrutiny. Try us.
Address, J. H1UKL1JNU & CO., -
149 Broadwav, N. T.
Nov. 20, 1866. 105 3m
Iyer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOB THE RAPID CURB OF
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump
tion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients in advanced stages of the
SO WIDE IS THE
ficL of its usefulness
and. w numerous are the
cast of its cures, that
almost every section of
country abounds in per
BOD3 publicly known.
wno have been restored
from alarming and even
desperate diseases of the
lungs byitM'use. vvnen
once tried, its snperiori
ty over every other expectorant is too apparent to
escape observation, aud wnere lis virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what anti
dote to employ for the distressing and dangerous
affections of the pulmonary organs that are inci
dent to our climate. While many inferior reme
dies thrust upon the community have limed and
been discarded, this has gained friends by every
trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted they can
never forget, and produced cures too numerous
and too remarkable to be fortrottcn.
We can only assure the public, that its quality
Is carefully kept up to the best it ever has Deen.
and that it may be relied on to do for their relief
all t iat it has ever done.
Grjut numbers of Clersrymen, Physicians.
Statesmen, and eminent personages, have lent
their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness
of our remedies, but space here will not permit
the insertion of them. The Agents below named
furnish gratis our American Almanac in which
they are given ; with also full descriptions of the
complaints they cure.
those who require an alterative meaieme to purl
fy the blood will find Ateb's Comp. Ext. Sarsa
farilla the remedy to use. Try it ouce, and you
will know its value.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ater & Co., Lowell,
Mass.. and 6old by Williams fc Haywood, and P.
F. Pescud. Raleitrh. N. C. and by dealers every
where. Nov. 19 106 tw2m
W. H. &, R. S. TUCKER & CO'S,
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
TJECENT PURCHASES BT OUR COLONEL
l TUCKER, who is constantly in the Northern
Markets have placed us in possession of another
JLarge and well selected siock 01
Staple and Fancy Dress Goods,
HITS, SHOES, BLANKETS c, lie,
Customers friends and strangers, it will m greatly
to your interest to make our Store your head-nm,rtei-R
for voiir unrchases.
Our House is one of the oldest in the State and
you can rely on buying good goods at a small ad'
vnnf H. on Cost.
We invite your attention to the following list or
4-4 nnmpRtirsftt 22V cents, worth 25 to 30 cents.
Checked Homespuns at 25 cents, worth 30 to 35
cents. Calicoes at 15 to 20.
DeLanes and Arnimes at 32 to 35 cents.
PlulHa tor Ladies Dresses at 35 to 50 cents.
Black and Colored Alpacas from 37 to 75
Black and Colored Silks trom si,au to td.uu.
Beautiful Stock Ladies line Winter Dresses,
flnnurp Wool Shawls at 3.00. worth $4.00
Lone double Shawls at $4.50, worth 5 00 to 6.00
. . . . i . I.:... a ,! s ........ 1,
.Ladies Linen i anun. ercmeu air 17 ecu u, m
20 to 25 cents.
Ladies Kid Gloves at i.uu, wonn si.ou.
A superb siock Ladies Hats and Bonnets.
a fine, assortment Ribbons and Trimminee.
Hoop 8kirts. a tremendous lot from $1.00 to
Men's Soft Hats atsz.au. wortn o.uu io o.ou.
Men's and Bovs Cassimeres from 60 cents to
HO srnrtll St OA to A2.50.
Boots and suoes, a targe siock. ui very w
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Tuffs' Cloaks' and Furs from $4.50 to $40.00
and a thousand articles not mentioned.
REMEMBER OUR MOTTO,
AT LOWEST PRICES,
W. H. H. TUCKER,
New Tobk, Citt.
RUFUS S. TUCKER & T. McUKlS,
. Rauigh, N. C.
Nov. 22,1866. 106 tf.
" WM. H. TTTELlNG-TON,-
Commission and Shipping Merchant,
WILMINGTON, N.. C,
HAVING RESUMED BUSINESS, WILL BE
pleased to serve his old friends and custom
ers, and all others wishing business attended to
solicit consignments oi voiwo,
Stores, Bacon, Timber, Grain, 4ce.'
i tar Chanres made llsrht.
spt 12, 1866.. ... , ' 87 wly
JRIV ATE BOARDING. .
MRS. L;"E. HEARTT IS PREPARED TO
accommodate with board, several members of the
Raleigh, Nov. 17, i86, 104
T HAVE JUST RETURNED TROM NEW
JL York, where I purchased a well selected Stock
They are NOW in Store, and ready for inspec
29 Fayeiterille Street,
The old Stand of
EVANS Sc COOKE,
The Store recently ocenpied by
D. C. MURRAY.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Consisting in part of English and French Merino,
DeLaines, Poplins, Alapaccas, Black Silks, tc.
A large Stock of Calicos, Hoop Skirts, Balmo
ral Skirts, latest styles.
Ladies Shawls, Cloaks, Bonnets, Seasides,
Men's wear of all grades, both as to quality and
Ladies' Shoes comprising every shape and
quality. Shoes for Misses and Children.
The largest and most complete assortment of
Boots and Shoes for Men, Youths, Boys and
children, that has been brought to the Market
for many years.
HATS AIVI CAPS,
for Men and Boys, almost without number.
Trunks, Traveling Bags, dec, dec.
I board no one In New York or elsewhere to
buy goods for me. I buy for myself, and all I
ask of my friends in the City, County or State, at
large, is to give me a call, and my Goods will be
advertised more effectually than can be done
through newspapers, or hand bills. For me to
COME TO COOKE'S
where you can be served cheaper than anywhere
else, is all gammon. It is mere stuff. Come and
examine my Goods. It the prices don't suit,
IpO the public, who patronized me in days gone
by, I return my grateful acknowledgments, and
hope to act in future so as to merit your favor.
GEORGE T. COOKE.
Raleigh, Sept. 27, 1866. 83 tf.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Under New Auspices and with New Ar
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS TAKEN CHARGE
ot this well-known, spacious, and well-sit
uated House, and pledges himself to bis friends
and the public to render it one of the best houses
of the kind in the country.
The bouse has just been thoroughly renovated
and re-furnished in the best style. Faithful and
attentive servants have been provided. The best
water in the City will also be furnished, and in
deed, every tning within the compass of the sub
scriber's exertions, to render his guests comfort
able W. G. RIDDICK, Proprietor.
November 11, 1865. 102 tf
DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR
I OFFER MY HOUSE AND LOT IN RA
LEIGH, near the Deaf and Dumb Asylum and
the residence of the Rev. Dr. Lacy, for sale. It is
a half acre lot.
The House is two stories with an L., consisting
of six comfortable rooms with tire places, a porch
and piazza. Necessary outbildings and a good
pump are on the premises, t he garden spot
excellent. An op portunity and bargain are offered
tnose wishing to purcnose a comiortaoie ana
healthy residence. L. S. PERRY.
Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1866. 100 lOtrw-
QHOICE BRANDS OP FLOUR!
lO BBLS. "PATAPSCO" FAMILY FLOUR
lO half bbls. " " "
20 " " " Extra "
SO bbls. "Chesapeake" " "
15 bbls. Orange Grove Extra Family Flour.
lO sacks N. C. "Gilt edge" ex. fain. Flour.
50 bbls. Super. Flour, different brands.
All fresh and arriving.
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
8ept, 20, 1866. 79 tf
Henry I. Ilesjsel"tacli,
(OPPOSITE THE MARKET HOU8E,)
TTAS RE-OPENED HIS STOVE BTJSI.
XjL NESS, and keeps constantly on hand a fine
and large assortment oi
Cooking, Parlor and Box Stoves,
Stove Pipes and other sheet iron work will be
done at low rates and the shortest notice.
He also has on hand a large assortment of self
manufactured Copper and Tin Ware, such as
Turpentine and Brandy Stills, &c, fcc.
He is also prepared for Roofing and Gutter
ing of all descriptions. All kind of repairing in
nis tine promptly attenaea to.
Kaieign, uct. it, isoo. vi smtw.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS & CO.,
BANKING, EXCHANGE, AND COL'
FAYETTE VILLE STREET,
Raleigh, N. C.
-pvEALERS IN BANK NOTES, COIN, Ac.
Prompt and particular attention given to the
collection oi .Notes, jjraiis, sc, in ail parts
ot tne country.
Nov. 22, lsee. loo ot
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT JUST RE
ceived and for sale low at
Watson's Photograph Gallery
Members of the Legislature, visitors and ci ti
zens are Invited to can ai ya.iajjx a rnuio
tRAPH GALLERY and hear of something to
their interest. J- W. WAT80N.
Raleigh, Nov. 22, 1866. 106 tf.
WILL FIND AT OUR STOKE, BPICES OF
all kinds, Cooking Extracts, Cooking
Wine. Gelatine. Soda, Cream ot Tartar, Pearlash.
Salaratus, Potash, Concentrated Lye, Bath Bricks,
Bottom Stone, Stove Polish, Starch and Blueing.
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD.
Oct 30. 86 lm
K. W. rUlXJAM. W. H. JOKES. GEO. W. SWEFSOH
PULLHM & JONES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
JTAVE IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
which Is offered at the lowest cash prices. They
respectfully solicit orders from the Merchants of
FULLIAM, JONES K W.
Raleigh, May 1, 1866. 20 tf.
ptORlf t CORN I S CORN 1.1
BAGS, (1000 bushels) of Prime White
Corn. Arriving this day at
B. if. w u . i I a at auj a, wd,
Sept. tfi, vm. -
SALE OF CHARLfflTE "NAVY YARD."
BMt f ftefagees, Freed, ami IVua. Luc's,
Heado,uatxs Asst. Com., State or N. C.
Raueigh, N. C., Xov. 1st, 18
IN COMPLIANCE "WITH INSTRUCTIONS
from the Commissioner of Bureau ol Refugees,
Freedmen and Abandoned Lauds, doti d Washing
ton, September 28th, 1866, and by virtue of au'
thority given in section 12 of the act uf Congea
passed July 16th, 1866, entitled "An Act to con
tinue in force and to amend An Act to establish
a Bureau for the relief ol Freedmen and Refugees,'
and for other purposes." I will aell at Charlotte,
N. C, on the premises, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, on . -
Monday, 3d day of December, 1866,
Between the hours of 10 A M-, and S P. M., tha
following property formerly belonging to tha so
called Confederate Government: ....
Two lots, 100 feet iront each on Trade Street, ana
about 612 feet deep, designated in tha plan of said
town, as lots 237 and 238, in square 86, being pro
perty formerly owned by Wm. Allison, deceased,
and sold under a decree of a Court of Equity for
purposes of partition, 4c. Said property was con
veyed to the so-called Confederate States Govern
ment, by E. Nye Hutchison and John Wilkes, of .
the County of Mecklenburg and State of North
Carolina, by deed dated July 13th, 1863.
These lots are to be sold without the buildings .
thereon, except a two story frame house, 7 x 38 1
on lot 237, which wUl be sold with the lot. .
This is a valuable property, having a front apoa
one of the principal streets of Charlotte, and ran
ning np to the N. C. Railroad, making it the most
desirable in the city for mercantile ormanufactur
I will also sell on the name day, on the Fair .
grounds of the Mecklenburg Agricultural Society,
eight or more frame buildings built and used by
the so-called Confederate Government as hos
pitals. TERMS : For the real estate, Cash, In Govern
ment funds, on the delivery of a warranty deed
therefor, in the name ot the United States ; for
the buildings, Cash, In Government funds on tha
day of sale, the buildings to be removed within
live days thereafter.
THOS. P. JOHNSTON, .
Capt. & A. Q. M., Bu. JL, F. 4A.L.,
Brevet Major U. S. Felt.
Nov. 9, 1866 101 till Dec. Sd. .
NORTH-AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
TOTAL ASSETS $706,742 DIVIDEND TOR
1865, 45 per cent.
N. D. Morgan, President.-J. W. Mertlll, See'f.
THE NORTH-AMERICA LIFE INSURANCE
Company, from the day of its inauguration to
the present time, has outstripped its cotempora
rics in growth and prosperity.
Its success is thoroughly attributable to the ac
tual mutual benefit that it grants to the policy
holders, its liberal features, and the perfect secu
rity which it is able to guarantee to those whose
money is placed with it.
Notice, that"' the North-America grants thirty
days' grace in payment of Renewals, while in-other
companies all the money you have invested is for
feited if your premium is not paid by 12 o'clock,
noon, or uie aay vpon vtixcn UJalxaue.
Life Endowment and Term policies i
policies made, and
full information given bv
FREDERIC G. HANSEN,
Agent for North Carolina,
Raleigh, N. C.
P. S. Liberal inducements made to Canvassers.
Raleigh, Nov. 11, 1866. 102 lm.
200 PER MONTH AND EXPENSES PAID
Male or Female Agents, to Introduce a Newand
Useful Invention, of absolute utility in every
household. Agents preferring to work on Com
mission can earn from $20 to $50 per day. For
full particulars, enclose stamp, and address
W. G. WILSON & CO.
Oct. 39 3m. Cleveland, Ohio.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
I HAVE RETURNED FROM THE NORTH
with a new and Fashionable assortment. 1
invite my old Friends and the members of the
Legislature to call at the old Store where I hava
been for 25 years. Don't pass by without calling.
What I sell, YOU MAY DEPEND ON ; if Gold
or Plated you will get the article wanted, or no
sale and money returned. Buy of those yon can
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired by the
very best and experienced Workman. Cash paid
for old Gold and Silver.
The following are some of the articles for sale
for cash only at small profits :
Gold and Silver Watches ; Gentlemen's antt
Ladies' Chains; Breast Pins and Ear Rings:
Thimbles and Finger Rings ; Sleeve Buttous ana
Collar Buttons ; Shirt Buttons and Vest Hooks ;
Spectacles and Keys; Thimbles and Pens; Silver
Spoons and Napkin Rings ; Silver Thimbles, dec.
Castors ; Cups and Salt Stands ; Table, Tea and
Desert Spoons, &c.
A Fine and large assortment of Gold,. Silver
and Steel Spectacles to suit all eyes. -
A beautiful assortment of Gold Plated, and Jett
Goods, something new. Walking Canes.
Table Cuttlery very best. Those celebrated
Roger's Pocket Knives, Razors and Scissors. .
Assortment ot Yankee Clocks.
JOHN C. PALMER.
Nov. 17. 10 6t
Grand Secretary's Office, I ,
Raleigh, Oct. 16th, 1866. f
THE OFFICERS, MEMBERS AND REPRE
SENTATIVES of the Grand Lodge of Free
and Accepted Masons of North-Carolina will
meet in this City, on Monday evening, I he third
of December next, at 7 o'clock, lor the transac
tion of such business as may be submtted to their
The Officers of subordinate Lodges are reques- '
ted to attend in person or cause proper delegates
to be appointed, in obedience to the constitution
and general regulations of the Grand Lodge. .
WILLIAM T. BAIN, v
Oct. 18, 1866. 91 twld ;.
N. C. Rail lload Meeting. ." " . .
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS -of
the North Carolina Rail Road Company
will be held in Raleigh, on Wednesday, the 12th.-,
day of December next, for the purpose ol consider ,.
ing the By-Laws and Regulations proposed by the
committee, -ind also such amendments to the -Charter
as may be suggested.
A punctual attendance, either .in person or by
proxy, is earnestly requested.
THOMAS WEBB, President.
Raleigh, Nov. 11, 1866. .. . 102 td.
J-ORTH-CAROLINA RAILROAD.' '
Change of Time.
6aes Into effect Snnday, Nevenker ta, 18M
stations, accommodation. maii,
Charlotte Arrive 10.20 p. m. Arrive 5.80 a. m.
Salisbury, 6.40 " 3.00 "i
Greensboro' 2.30 " 12.20 ,"
Raleigh 7.15 a. m, 6.25 p. m.
Goldsboro' Leave 2.20 a. m. Leave 8.15 p. m. "
NORTH,. . .
8TATIONS. MAII ACCOMMODATION
Charlotte Arrive 9.55. a, m. Leave 5.00 p.m.
Salisbury 12.08 p.m. 8.15 "
Greensboro' 2.44 " 12.20 a.m.
Raleigh 8.20 7.45 "
Coldshort 11.15 " Arrive 1L15 . '
on R. k. D. R. R. for the North.
Accommodation Train East connects ait Raleigh
for Weldon and the North, at Goldsboro' for
Wldon, Wilmington,, and Newberne.
Mail Train South connects with C. fc S. C BL
ft. for the South. ; '
Nov. 10,1866. 10J Smpd
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE. " 1 4
Raleigh & Gastoh Railroad Ckx i - -'
SuPMraTMwm'i Omci, r V
Raleigh, Nov. 3d, 1866. J :-
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. Vnvwwwaj'
4th, 1866, Trains on the Raleigh and tiaston P1K
road will run as follows: .. . ,
Mail train leaves Raleigh, 8.00 a. m.
Arrives at Weldon, - - - ' 2.00 p. m..
Mail train leaves Weldon at - 11.60 a. m.
Arrives at Raleigh,- 6.00 p.m.'
Freight train leaves Raleigh at 5.00 a. m.
Arrives at Weldon, ' 6.00 p. nw -
Freight train leaves Weldon at 4.00 a. m.
Arrives at Raleigh 4.00 p.m.'
Mail trains connect. North and South, with N.
C. Railroad, P. fc W. Railroad, and 8. & R. Bell
road. 99 tf.. W. G. LEWIS, Go. gap' V