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THE TRICK MULE.
Did you ever feee thesmarttrick mule, .
Arwat
As in the air so -high' they flew
That caused yoW head' to "reel ! ' " '
And while the fun was going on,
To vou did it occur,
That little men, op fame bent on,
Their ;heels to show prefer !
The trick mule rather gits" that man,
In pouat of good hard sense, -The.
pop whip fallsmule stops and stands,
'Nor moves, "worth a cent !"
The little man, deep in the mire,
Struggles and deeper 'gets"-
He fumes kndsweats sometimes perspire
Till all his iinnen !wilts."
He. beat the air, and grins and storms,
.
: But raises no applause
' , His' argiments are all forlorn,
- They fall, as i rotten straw. - $
J know'd a mule could play a flute,
True, 'twas by "accident"
But little minds, when once let loose,
; Ne'er ''shine by accident. "
I know'd a mule could "shoot" a gun,
That it the trigger pull
The powder made the welkin ring -
The mule he still look d mule !
The Hancock men, of , Southern make,
Burn "hated Yankee powder;"
They curse old San both soon and late- -I
Outdoors they ."hollow louder."
. They bend their neck and "take the yoke,
Now, that's the English of it
' The boom they make will end in smoke,
, November, next wiU prove it.
TBEELECTION LAW.
The election will be held on Tuesday, )13o
ember 2, 1880. There will be nine ballot
boxes at each7 place for
L T,en electors of President and Vice-President.
. ,
& Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secre
tary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction and Attorney Gen
era . ;
3. Members of Congress.
4. Judges Superior Court, Fourth and Fifth
Judicial Districts.
..5L- Members of the General Assembly.
6. County Treasurer, in counties having this
office Register of Deeds, Surveyor, Coroner
and Sheriff. -7 !
7. Township Constable. i
8. Amendment to the Constitution concern
ing tho public debt. ' .
. 9, Amendment to the Constitution in rela
tion; to I the - support of r the H deaf mutes, the
blind and the insane of -the State. ' '" " " -
' t Ballots shall bo on white paper and without
device. ; . ; ; , ..1 77ji: A
VThe,,Ck)untyVpomMssionera the
ballot boxes for, ; each class of oflicers to be vo-
tdfOrff , ; , f. yr.l 1 '
' eBoard of Commissioners may alterLthe
polling places.
. .The Commissioners are to make requisition
on the Seci"tary of State for suitable registra
tion books. I i : ; r-.
The Board , of Commissioners on or before
the first Monday of the month preceding each
' election (first Monday in October) shall appoint
registrars for each' precinct. Registrars shall
be furnished with registration books and it
shall be tlieir duty to revise the existing books
1 bf registration, and for" thirty days keep open
. their books for. new registration.
J If the Board of. Commissioners for any
county so direct, there may be an entirely new
registration, but this requires a notice of thirty
days in each township. j
REGISTERING ASD VOTING. j
, No one is to register or vote except in th.t
precinct. jrhere he is an . actual and bona fide
resident on thef day of election. This means,
a voter who has reserved to a precinct in good
faith, and who produces a certificate that his
name has been erased - from the books of his
former precinct. '. This certificate can be had .
up to the time ' of closing the registration
books Certificates of registration are not al
lowed. The following persons are net to reg
ister or to vote Minors, idiots and lunatic ;
persona Who, after conviction, or confession in
open court,-have been adjudged guilty of felo
by or rther infamous f crime, committed after
January 1, 1877, unless restored to rights f
cHizeriship by law. ' j t
' gttbjeet' to . the following exceptions : all
i jales, born in the "United States, or naturaL
lied who have resided in the State twelve
v.snonth next preceding the election and nine
. ty days in the county, are qualified to register
and rote in the precincts ' where they resided
. . 4.ne .resiaence i a married, man is , wuere -aia
" family resides i that of a single man is where
he sleeps.
No ono at to-register is any precinct
tp
which he. has removed for the mere purpose cif l
voting therein ; nor unless his residence, is acfc-
ual and bona -fide, - j
,' It shall be the duty of the tegialxar, brthe
judge of election, when so requested byany
by standerio "swear any person"" offering to
. register r to ivote, as to his residence. j
T Every person offering to register khall statej,
Mn&etsf&$Q bfajquali&Sationa l j And .upon fe
riaaeBgiBtorjili require the applicant
fO prove ULS jaenuty, uia ago w avsiucuw uy
the path ofi cne elexpr. ; -
' ' Inimiu a ie; election is held on the first
TuesdayTin vNoverober j 4eing November Sndj,
and the Regitrars re to keep open the regist-tatfon-
book for thirty days, it is necessary for
the registrars to be appointed earlier, thanthe
first Monday in October. So the' raeetingojf
the 'beard i of commissioners for election pur4
poses ought not ta be later than the middle o
Bdptembr, :,.' -j--;- ' -iiofii!
If, any applicant for registration has pre
viously registered elsewhere in the same county,
he shall not be registered unless he produces a.
certificate that his name has been erased fronl
viixs uuu&s ux ins luiiuci buwuaiup.
-iiiNo registration shall be allowed on election'
i day, unless the voter has become entitledto regr
iater on that day. ' ; r; !
The Board of Commissioners on pr before
the 1st Monday of the month next preceding
'the month in1 which each : election;- is -heloV (1st?
Monday an October) shall appoints four: Judges
or Inspectors of election (two of which pall, Ije
I a ainereni--political -party irom tne regis
trars,) at each poPing place. . - .1 ' J.
It shall be the duty of the Registrars, and
Judges of Election to attend at the polling
place of their precinct on the Saturday before 1
election (uctooer JV) irom y a. m. vixi o p.
m., and hear and determine challenges.
The Judges and Registrars shall attend at
Jthe polls on the day of election. (Tuesday Np
vember 2,) and conduct the election. Theyshall
-enter the name - of every person ' whor voes id
the poll book, certify to vthe lsame and deposit
them with the Register of Deeds.
On election day any person may, ; and the
Judges shall, challenge the vote of any person
suspected of not being qualified. l;'
Any one so challenged shall be sworn and
examined as to his qualifications ; , and , other
witnesses may be examined on oath, aricl th6
Judges may reject the vote if they are satisfied
that such person is 0 a legal , voter, -!
The polls shall be open fropiT avm., till sun
set. "Voters shall hand in their ballots to the
Judges who1 shall carefully deposit them in the
boxes. ' ' .
Immediately1 after the election the Judges
shall deposit the registration books : with the
Register of Deeds. -
ELECTION.
When the election is oyer, the registrar sand
judges of election, in the presence of such per
sons as may attend, shall open the boxes, count
the ballots, reading aloud the names on the
tickets.
If there be two or more, tickets rolled up to
gether, if any ticket has more names on it than
the voter has alright to vote for, or has a de
vice on it, they shall be void.
The counting of the votes shall be continued
without adjournment until completed, and the
result thereof, declared:
The judges of election at each polling place
shall appoint one of their number to attend the
meeting of the board, of county canvassers as a
member of the board, arid they shall deliver to
him the original return statement of the result
of the election at their polling place. 1 (
The county canvassers so chosen, shall con
stitute the board of , county canvassers ; the
Register of Deeds shall be- their clerk, unless
the board elect another. !
; ; The board of county canvassers shall meet
on the second day ; after ; ie election, (Thurs
day, November 4th,) at 12 o'clock, at-the'4ourt-,
house, and at that hour, without delays such of
them as, are present shall elect a chairman, who
shall swear in the members of. the board. .
The board of canvassers 'shall at that meet?
ing.' in the presence oJt,' the Sheriff and of such
-persons-as may-choose to attend,-open-and can-
vass tne returns anamaKe 'abstracts,- stating
the number of ballotscast, in each precincf for,
each office,1 the name" of each! person voted for,
and the. number, of votes given for each person
for each different office, and, shall sign the same.
- ABSTRACT OF VOTES. j-J i -
' The abstract of the votes for each. of , the fal
lowing classes shall be on a different sheet :
1. Presidential electors.
2. State officers. ;
3. Members of Congress.
4. fudges of Fourth and Fifth Judicial Dis
tricts. - - - '
5. Members of Assembly.
6. County officers. ' ' ;
7. Public debt amendment.
8. Insane amendment.
Three abstracts: of votes, except for county
officers, shall be made and signed by the board
of county canvassers ; one pf which shall be
delivered to the sheriff; one filed with the Reg-'
ister of Deeds, to be registered in his office, and
the third forwarded by registered letter to the
Secretary of State at' Raleigh. -
. - Two separate abstracts! of the votes cast for
Senators shall be made, whenever the Senatoj
rial' District is composed of more than one
county ; one of which shall be filed .with the
Register of: Deeds, and the other : furnished to
the Sheriff. '. j .
When the canvass is concluded, the board, of
canvassers snail deliver the original returns! to.
the Clerk of the Superior Court' to . ,be filed in
his office ; they shall also cause the abstracts
to b4 recorded in- at book to be called' &T7te
Election Booh", to be kept in the office of he
Clerk of the Superior Court. ! n !
The Clerk of the Superior Court shall trans
mit to the Secretary of State duplicates of the
abstracts of the' votes for all but county offi-f-oers.
. ".7 : !
RESULT. , 1 !
The person i having" the greatest "number of
votes for any office is to be declared elected, j
When the Board of Canvassers have com--
'pieted. comparing the polls, they shall proclaim
.utte result at tne court nouse aopr seating tne
number of votes cast in their county, for each
person voted for at that election. : ; j
iThe. Sheriffs iiLHthe .varioua. SenatorialJDis--tricts,
composed of more than one county, shall .
meet at the places designated by law, in their
respective Districts, one week after the eleck
tion, and compare the" polls for Senators, and
give ,their certificate ,$h$ enators ? dlv
elected. I, . ". ".'" . .'if- AA. ''''hh-w?
r The Sheriff of each county shall furnish the
-members elected -to theHouse of' Renresenta4-
tives and the Senator (where the Senatorial 3is- 4
tract is composed , of only that county) with a
certificate of election.. . . - j
u ...The Sheriff ; shall also notify county officers
to meet at the Court . House on the first Mon
day of the next month (December) ' to' be qual
ified.' - ;'r . 'v"7; ' 7',: '!'!-'":? ' I
' . BORD OF STATE CANVASSERS. '. j
.The Governor Secretary of State, Attornejf
General; and two members of the State Senate,
one, rof.eaxh political party shall constitute the
? PMate Canvassers.
Ther 'Board of StafA rinnvassers shall onen
the 1 abstracts ' transmitted to the Secretary of
-totate On"lhursday following the third Mdnd ay
lafterjthoiday of election (November 24) and
;exaininettiue returns,, if . they have been receiv
ed from all the counties, and if all have not
been . received, the Board may adjourn for
'twenty ifays for the purpose of obtaining co-
. . mi .--.. , ..1.1
.pies.i.;jxne;j5oard sliall then proceed witn trie
: cyas-i GjOduetinff the same publicly in the
iTnaa ot, r tne . utLouse . of Reuresentati ves. - '1 he
1 11 0.1 o - -
Board shafl make, aQ abstract stating the num-
ucmiub r uast,ior eauii uauuiviauc, iuu
name'Of I perspns voted for, the office, ad
r tne umDerr )f votes received by each. Tkey
shal state whom they ascertain by the count to
be elected. ,T (
, " The abstract shall be signed and have the Seal
of the State affixed. I
'' THE PROPOSED DEBT AMENDMENT.
The General Assemby of North Carolina do
enact (threefifths of each Souse concurring.)
r Section 1: That section six of article one of
the constitution shall be amended by adding at
the end thereof the following: '? j
, "Nor, shall the General Assembly assume; or
pay, or. authorize the collection of any tax to
pay, either directly or indirectly, expressed5 or
implied, any, debt or bond incurred, or issued,
by authority of the constitution of the year
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight,
nor shall any debt or bond incurred or issued
by the Legislature of the year one thousand
eight hundred and sixty -eight, either at its
special session of the year one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-eight, or at its regular ses
sions of the years one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-eight and one thousand eight hundred
sixty-nine, one thousand eight hundred and
sixty -nine and one thousand eight hundrd and
seventy, except the bonds issued to fund the
interest on the old debts of the State, unless
the proposition to pay the same shall have first
been submitted to the people, and by them rat
ified by the vote of a majority of all the quali
fied voters of the State, at a regular election
held for that purpose."
,; Sec.! 2. This amendment shall be submitted
at the next general election to the qualified
voters of the whole State, those voting in favor
of the amendment to vote a written or printed
ticket with the words "for amendment concern
ing public debt" on it, and those voting against
it to vote the same kind of a ticket with the
words "against amendment concerning public
debt" on it.
Sec. 3. The election shall be held and the
votes returned, compared and counted, and the
result announced, under the same rules and reg
ulations as were in force when'the amendments
proposed by the constitutional convention of
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-fiye
were submitted to the people in November
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six.
DBAF UUTES, BLIND AND INSANE.
Section 10, airt 'ole 2, of the constitution reads
thus.:,
"The Gfcneralj provide that
all the deaf mutes, the blind and the insane of
the State' shall be cared for . at the charge of
the-Staite.w-7 ' 'T:'-' j ;
It is proposed io amend this so as to read ;
I'fTJie , General cABsembly may provide that
the indigent-4eaf-mutes, blind and insane of
th? State shall be reared for at the charge ;of, the
State." -yK 1
The election will be held under the same
provisions as. in the debt amendment act.
Ballots must read thus :
''For amendment in relation to the support
of the deaf mutes, the blind and the insane of
the State;" or, "against amendment in relation
to the support of the deaf mutes, the blind and
the insane of the State.
In the fair West, -what may be termed the religions
traveler is occasionally met with the perambulating
parson or the migratory , missionary. ' 'Where are
you going?" said a young gentleman to an elderly one
in a white cravat, whom he overtook a few 'miles
from Little Book. ' 'I am going to Heaven, my son.
I have been on my way for eighteen years' " Well,
good Dye, old fellow I If you nave been traveling .to
wards Heaven for eighteen years and ; got no nearer
.than Arkansas. I will take another route.", !
t , ) i . J . . . . ! ' ... ' ' ' ,
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I have little about me, but that li ttle we
will sbaresaid a Dubliu Q ieeuV Oouust-l
to an , ugly : pantQui er who, with a menacicg
air. asked for alms at night in a lonely sab"
'arb. Thi8 revolver,' said the Q 0 , an he
drew it fromV hi? pocket, ?haa six chanaberH.
I will giveybu, three.' Jut then the Q. CI
found himself alone.
,
Josh Billings eay : I never argy agin
aucce88. 'jWbeu I see a rattlenake'd head
sticking out lit a hole, I bear off to the left
and aav to myself that hole belongs to that
snaik.' ' ..'-'"' ;
r Itcis laid'tbe ordinary lifn of a bee is only
ifiei.iy, The end oit a bee, however, is
,ytry..iiye;:y,; - : .... , ,
JiONDLCKERSON, j
AOENT FOU THE j
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Mason , and Hamlin Organ Co.
V i i ;.. , - : ' : :'f :::
WiU.s ILQrgHMj.n to aiid a half yearn time and
receive i-aynieut'. in qnsiteily ii stalments. The
Mason1 &L Hamlin Organ is in all respects an excellent
;pMed.. i Itiis made pf the: finest black walnnt and
lexecnted in the neatest style. . Those desirous .of
punuiwiog tux organ Will uu won t via ju uic, v
adctrteki 'me' by letter, before purchasing elsewhere.
Girders from a distance witt be promptly attende to
I. .halve al.o oheip Orans which I can sell for joash
for $6$ , or $70 These organs , are well . made and
beautifully adorned.
I have also PIANOS, which I will sell at prices
ranging 'from $150 to $250. The music is equal to
that of. a f 500 Piano, made of French walnut or
ebony wood. UI invite those who desire a good Piano
to eall on me I will guarantee them a satisfactory
bargain. Address, JOHN DIOKERSON,
8 tf Citizen's National Bank, Baleigh, C. i
COTTON FA(.TOH A Nl
L. H.iADAMS,
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PDRHrTM,N.C.
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AEIGH & GASTON RAILROAD. '
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Superintendent's Office, i
Kaleigh, N. C, June 5, 1879. f
On and af: or Friday, June 6, 1879, mail trail s on the Ral
eigh & Gasiou Kaiiroad will run daily (Sunday excepted) as
follows: ,
No. 1 Leave-
No. 2. Leave-'
Raleigh, 8 40 a. m. . Weldon
.3 20 r.
Neuse 9 06 Gaston.... ..
Forestville 9 22 4- Litlleton....
Wake . 26 " Id aeon
Youngsville 9 37 ' Warren ton..
m
....3 5i
....4 14
....4 40 .
....4 62 ;
Franklmton... 9 56 " Kidgeway
,f, 05
j.mreiis 10
Henderson 10 32
Middleburg 10 58
Junction .....11 0
Rideeway : 11 19
Junction 5 13
Middlebarg 5 24
Hend r&on 5 40
Kittrel:8.... 01
Franklinton 6 01
Youngsville 6 55
Wake 7 06
Forertville 7 10
Neuse 7 25
Arrive at
Warrenton 11 23 "
Macon H 46 !
Littleton 12 12 p. m.
Gaston 12 38 "
Arrive at
Weldon 1 10
llaleigh 7 50
Mail train connects at Weldon with the train- of the Sea
board and Roanoke and Pctersb.iii Rai roads lor all points
North ,
Train No. 3 leaves Kaleigh at 8 p. m. Arrirre rives at Wei
don 3:50 a. m. .
Train No. 41eeves Weldon at 10 a. m. Arrive? at Raleiuh
6:45 p. m. ,
Train No."3 connects at Weldon with the l itersbnrg Rail
road for all points North, and with the Seuboar; a..d lioanoke
Railroad. On M01. days, Wednesdays and Frid ys passen
gers bv this train connect at Franklin with siwtmboat on
the Black water lor all points in Easter e Noitli Carolina.
Train No. S will not run on Saturdays, b- will leave
Raleigh on Sunday at sundown.
- . ; ,. . JNO. C: WINDER, Superinte ndent '
JJALEIQH & AUGUSTA
Alr-Lina Railroad Company:
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Superintendent'' 3 Office.
; ; w : 1 ; Raleigh, n. C, June 5, 1879.
On and after Friday, June 6, 1879, tr-son the Raleigh
and Augusta Air Line Railroad will run. daily (Sundays
excepted) as follows : .,,,,
No. 1 Leave No. 2 Leave
Raleigh ,800 pm Hamlet.....; .2 SO am
Cary 8 31 " Hoffman.. ..314 "
Apex ......853 Keyser 337
New Hill... ...tl... ..9 14 " Blue's 3 54 "
Merry Oaks.... 9 36 " Manly 413
Moncure.. 956 .. Cameron .".4 56 "
Osgood..;. u 1017 " Ssanford ,541 '
sanlord 10 44 Osgood ..8 02
Cameron...-. 1127 " Moncure ....625 "
Manly 1209am Mem Oaks .642 "
Blue's , 2 29 " New Hill ..7 00
Keyser 12 48 " ' Apex.. 7 23
Hoffman 114 " Caiy 7 59 "
Arrive at ' Arrive at
Humlet 2 00 Raleigh ?..... 8 30
Train No 1 connects at Hamlet with the O. C. Rail
way for Wilmington, Charlotteand all points south
Train No. 2 connects at Raleigh with the Raleigh and
Gaston Railroad for all poluts North.
4 John G. windkk. Superintendent.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CONDENSED TIME. .
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, June 1, 1879.
No. 47,
Daily.
O. 45.
Daily.
No. 11
Daily
ex Sun
Le Ave Charlotte. ... . .
Salisbury....
" High Point....
Arrive Greensboro...
Leave Greensboro...
Arrive Hillsboro
4! . Durham ;
" Ealeigh
Leave r
Arrive Goldsboro.. . .
350am
B03 "
7 31 "
810 "
8 20 "
10 23
1102
1220pm
3 30 "
6 00 "
410pm
5 54 "
7 07 "
7 37 "
500pm
10 22
1157ain
3C0 4
660am
10 00 "
- o. 47. connects at Salisbury with W N. C. R, R
for all points in Western No t Carolina. Daily except
Sundays. At Greeu.sboro with t. .e R. & D. Railroad for
all point North, East and West. AtGroldsborowitb
W &W. Railroad for Wilmington.
So,45. Connects at Greensboro with tne B. & D.
Railroad for all points North. Kum aKd West.
- l TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 42,
Daily.
No. o.
Daily
ex. Sun
6 34 pm
10 45 p m
700
919
1107
345
a m
6 56 a m
7 30 a m
9 15 a m
11 17 a m
P m
Ho. ' ' "48. Connects at
Greensboro with
Salem
Branch. At Air-Line Junction with A. a C. A. L. Rail
road to all points South and Southwest. At Charlotte
with the C. C. & A. Railroad for all points South and
Southeast. AtSaliskury with W, N. C. R ft., daily,
except Sundays, for all points in Western N jrtn Caro
lina. ; " ' (..-."
No. 42. Connects at Air-Line Junction with A, &
C. A, L, for all points South and Southwest.
- i ESTABLISHED '
JULIUS LEWIS. 1865 ' N. W. WEST.
, ' CllUS LEWIS & CO. ' !
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Sash, Doors atd Blinds, Rubber and Leather Belting.
' ' Steam Engines Largest Stock in North Car- .
ctlina. Manufacturers of the celebrated
" A L L RI G H T W A G0N."
f . i. i; , Ealeigh, N. C.
april 30-tf
Date. No. 48,
June 1, 1879, Daily.
Lv Greensboro 10 10 a m
Ar Raleigh 12 25 pm
Lv - " 340 "
Ar Durham 4 52 "
Hillsboro 5 30 "
"Greensboro 7 50 "
Lv " 8 20
Ar High Point 8 55 "
" Salisbury 1016 "
" Charlotte... 1227 "
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Office General Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C. Juki 12, 1880.
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.
On and after Monday, Jane 14, 1880, Passenger
Trains on the Wilmington & Weldon Railroad will
run as follows :
Day Mail and. Express Train Daily
Leave Wilmington', Front Street
Depot, at 6:50 a.m.
Arrive at Weldon at - - - . - - . 12:50 p.m.
Lenve Weldon at - - - 3:40 p. tu
Arrive at Wilmington, Front '
Street Depot at - - 9:53 p. m.
Passenger and Freight Trbw,' Daily Except
Sundays.
Leave Wilmington, Front Street
Depot, at - - - - 3:30 p.m.
Arrive at Weldon at------ - 8:40 a. m.
Leave Weldon daily at - - - - 1:00 a. m.
Arrive at Wilmington, Front St.
Depot, at- - - - - - - 1:30 p. m.
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road leave Rocky
Mount for Tarboro at 5:10 p. xn. daily, and Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 5:05 a. m. Retaining leave
Tarboro at 10:00 a m. daily, and Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 830 p. m.
The Day Train makes close cooneotion at Weldon
for all points North" via Bay Line, daily except San
day, and daily via Riehmon ' and all rail route.
. . Night Train makes close connection at Welden for
all points North via Richmond.
JOHN F. DIVINE,
6 tf. : General Superintendent.
QHESAPEAKK AND OHIO RAILWAY.
RICHMOND, Ta.$ February 29th, 1880
FROM RALEIGH, N. C.
The Raleigh & Gaston and Richmond ft Danville
Railroad connect at Richmond, and Richmond fe
Danville and ' Virginia Midland Route connect at
Charlottsville with the Fast Express trains of the
Chesapeake and Ohio Rail way, running as follows:
West Mail. Express,
Bound. ' Daily Except Sunday, ' Daily
Leave Richmond, 8.00 a m 11.00 p M
Arrive at
Gordonsville. 11.10 "
Charlottesville, 12.10 p M
Greenwood, 1.07 '
Waynesboro, 1.33
Staunton, 2.10 '
Goshen, 4.10
Millboro', 4.22 "
, Covington, , 6.08 "
Alleghany, 7 10"
White Sulphur, 7.55 "
Koncev'le, 9.00 "
Fort Spring, 9.27 "
Alderson's, 9.55
Lowell, 10.35 .
Hinton, 11.30 "
Hawk's Nest, 3.03 am
Kanawha Falls, 3.31
Charleston, 5.46 "
Huntington, 9.15
. Portsmouth,
Cincinnati,
2.20 am
3.10
4.17 "
4.43
5.20
6.45 "
7.02 "
8.20
9.30 "
9.45 "
10.10 "
10.23
10.40
11.02
11.30 4
1.30 P M
2.20
4.00
6.30
10.00 "
6.00 AM
Through tickets for eale at all coupon
ticket offices in North Carol in
CONWAY R. . HOWARD, G. P. dt T. A
J. C. Dame, Southern Agent. .
JOS. MUMFORD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRV GOODS,
GROCERIES,
AND CO UN TRY PRODUCE.
Keeps also on hand
JJOOTS AND SHOEg
In endless variety,' at prices to suit the times. His
store can be found on Middle Street, opposite Winley
A Bros., New-Berne, N. C.
Call and examine my stock before par chasing else
where. ..JOSEPH MUMFORD.
. METROPOLITAN " "
Eati xx g? JBCo.use 2
EVANS' METROPOLITAN EATI NO HOU8E,
on the European plan, northeast corner City
Market, Corner Exchange Place and Wilmington St.
Reasonable prices. Meals at all 1 nrs. Families
or Clubs served at their resiliences. Special induce
ments offered to Table boarders by the week or
month. TUBNEtt EVANS,
vRgieigh, N. O., July 2. . Proprietor.
66
JJONT FAIL TO BEAD . THIS." . . ( :
JOS. P. GULLBY fi V
has on hand a fine and well eelceted stock ef
DRY GO
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s:,.
CLOTHING, SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, &o.,;
(latest styles) which he offers at the very lowest prieea
SsTThe largest assortment in the State of BOYD
EN'S and MILES' SKOES. ; '
" Study your interest and glvtf him acall.n '
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