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North Carolina Railroad.
Makch 30;187.-Oii arid after Sunday 8i
instant, the Passenger Trains over this
road will leave and arrive at cnariotte, as
8 a H Leave, going east, at- i
Arrive, coming west, at :
Leav going east, at - -:
Arrive, coming west, at
7.1ft TV m. i
7.20 a.m.; '
6.25 a. mi r
8.30 p. m. 5
r
Wilmington C. & R.. Railroad.
.Leaves,
Arrives,
8.00 a. m
5.30 p. m
Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio R. R.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, V". ..
Chabcotte, N, C, July 22nd, 1,872. , J .
1 "N ahd after Thursday, --the T25ththe fbl
J lowing Schedule will be run over this
y Road daily. (Sunday excepted.) ;
' Leave. Statesyille, it-a . i-. 7.00 A
i rAn. .it nKavlAffA 10.35"
M.
u
Leave iQharlotte, 3.3o P, M?
Arriv e at Statesville, 4 ' 7.00 " "
All charges must' be pre-paid on Freight
offeied5 ibr shipment to 4 Section House,
Henderson, Alexandriana, Hunter's, Cald-
well's, Tatom's and Freelands. These being
"Flag Stations," the Company'" is not liable
for any loss or damage to freight after it is
unloaded, at either of the above points.
.r. 'No 'freight will be received by Agents, or
forwarded unless . the name of Consignee,
and destination is distinctly marked there
on. ' J. J. GORMLEY,
july23 Superintendent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Bailroad.
Columbians. C, Sept. 22, 1872. L
GEN. SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE.
On and after
MONDAY
SEPT 22, the following Schedule will be
run over this Road :
TIME TABLE.
GOING SOUTH.
Tram No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte, 7.15 a. m. 8.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia, 2.29 p. m. ' 3.30 a. m.
Arrive Augusta, 7.42 p. m. 8.20 a. m.
GOING NORTH.
Leave Aususta, 6.35 a. m. 5.50 p. m.
Leave Columbia, 11.53 a. m. 11.05 p. nfc?
Arrive Charlotte, G.15 p. m. 6.00 a. nt;
Standard Time ten minutes slower thai
Washington Citv time, and six minutes"
faster than Columbia City time.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily,
Sundays excepted. Both trains make close
c onnection to all points North, Soutli and
West.
Through tickets sold and baggage check
ed to all principal points.
JAMES ANDERSON, Gen. Supt
E. R. Dorset, Gen. Fr'ght & Ticket Agt.
june 11
Time Table Western N. C ICR.
Takes effect Monday, May 22, 1871.
GOING WEST.
Arrive.
Leave
Salisbury,
5.52 A. M. Third Creek,
6.45 " Staiesville,
7.42 " Catawba Station,
8.50 " Newton,
9.35 " Hickory Tavern,
10.20 " Icard,
11.05 " Morganton,
11.54 Bridewater,
12.43 p. M. Mai ion,
1.32 ' Old Fort,
GOING EAST.
Arrive.
5.00 A. M.
5 57
6.50
8.02
8.55
9.40
10.25
11.10
11.59
12.48 p. M.
Leave.
Old Fort,
7.59 A. m: Marion,
8.48 " Brirlg-jwater,
9.37 " Morganton,
10.22 " Icard,
11.07 . " Hickory Tavern,
11.52 " Newton,
12.45 p. m, Catawba Station,
1.42 " Stattsville,
2.35 " Third Creek,
7.15 a: m.
8.04 "
8.53 "
9.42 '
10.27 "
11.12 "
11.57 "
12.50 P. X.
1.47 44
2.40 44
3.32 " salisoury,
Trains Pass at Icard at 10.25
Jy 25
A. M,
T ICHMOND
V itOAD.
& DANVILLE RAXL-
x. C. DIVISION.
CONDENSED TIM E-T AB L E .
In effect on and after Sunday, Dec. 22d,
1872.
GOING NORTH.
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Charlotte, 7.10 P. M. 6.25 A. M.
44 Concord, 8.21 44 7.26 44
" Salisbury, 9.50 44 8.34 44
44 Lexington, 10.51 44 9.03 44
44 Hlan Point, 11.58 A. M. 10.17 44
Arrive Greensboro 12.50 44 11.00 44
Leave Greensboro, 1.45 4 11.10 "
44 Com p. Shops, 3.36 44 12.20 P.M.
44 Hillsboro, 4.53 44
44 Raleigh, 8.05 44
Arrive at Goldsboro. 11.02 44
GOING SOUTH.
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Goldsboro', 4.00 P, M.
4- B,aleigta, 7.45
44 Hillsboro', 10.21 44
" Corap. Shops, 12.05 44 2.15 P. M.
Arrive Greensboro, 1.30 . M. 3.30 44
Leave Greensboro', 2.15 44 4.00 44
44 High Point, 3.04 44 4.43 "
44 Lexington, 4.02 44 5.33 44
44 Salisbury, 4.57 44 6.22 '
" Concord, 6.10 44 - 7.28 "
. Arrive at Charlotte, 7.20 44 8.30 "
Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 7:45
p. m., connects at Greensboro' with North
ern bound train ; making the quickest
nine t,o an xsortnern cities, .frice or tick
ets same as via other routes.
Mail trains daily, both ways, over entire
length of road. Express daily between
Company Shops and Charlotte Sunday
excepted.
All Passenger trains connect at Greens
boro' with trains to and from Richmond.
Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, (with
out changed S. E. ALLEN,
W. II. GREEN, Gen'l Ticket Agent
Master Transportation. jy 25
. Special Notice to the Public.
Aba great many changes have taken
rx. place this year, I respectfully beg to
iiiionn me ciuzens oi unariotte and tne
public m general that no change has taken
piace at my establishment. I am still at
my old stand, No. 24 Tryori Street, David
marks' building, with a large and well
selected stock of the finest and latest styles
of custom-made clothing for Men, Youths
and Boys swear, also on hand a fine stock
oi Gents' Furnishing - Goods, Shirts, . of
uaiiou's make, the best fitting shirt in the
. 1 n rwvt ...
woriar -ine "very- latest styles or Hats
Scarfs, Bows and Ties. Umbrellas. &c. . &
and I will still sell them at' prices to defy
competition.
I expect to leave "for New "York' fStv in a
short time to lay in my stock of Cl6thing
'cue iwu8, iur my .tailoring justau
lishment and will also hri nc with -'mA 'an
feperietaced Cutter and jailor, and will be
ready by Spring to cutandmaketo order
at my own establishment and under my
own supervision and at lower, prices -than
the sanie quality of goods catf be- made up
xi uuio yji uuy uuier city, mis siae oi uaiu
more. . . s..v.. , r-.A.'-,-. .-. -t .- i ?
Being thankful to., the citizens of Char-
lotte; and the public in general -, for .the
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon
eVtresP4?tmily ask a continuance
j iue same. Kespectfully, .
wn 9;l ; - v . e. SHRIEK,
iionie and Democrat copy.
E 3 BU Y THE CEriUirJE
j m.K i n ii ' ' i i nrtf
STANDARD SCALES
More than 230 Different Modihcations.
AGENTS ALSO FOR THE BEST AlrABJC MpjfKT
PRAWEKS.
FAIEBANKS & CO.,
311 Broadway, New York.
16G Baltimore St., Baltimore.
63 Camp St., New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS & EWING, m mm
715. Chestnut bt., rniiaaeipnia.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO.,
118 Milk Street, Boston.
For Sale by Leading Hardware Dealers,
sept 19 4m twice a week
J. T. BBICE,
General Commission Merchant,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Particular attention paid to selling all
kinds of Produce, Cotton and Tobacco.
Highest cash price paid for Cotton.
'All orders from a distance promptly at
tended to. J. Y. BRYCE,
dec 21 '72.
Oats.'
FIFTEEN Hundred Bushels Mountain
Seed Oats, for sale by
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.
GOLD PENS,
ALMOST every variety and style of
GOLD PENS, EBON Y,RUBBER SIL
VER and GOLD HOLDERS, to suit every
body, at TIDDY'S.
dec 15 ... .
HI L LIPS
stirOlILD Inform the . public tlat lie is
f f now receiving his r ALiiand Vli
TER STOCK of GOODS for MEN'S WEAR,
and invites all wishing anything in his
line to
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Of all kinds and at prices which defy com
petition .
His Stock of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS is large and unsurpassed for beau
ty and quality.
HATS and CAPS of the latest style for
MEN and BOYS.
HAVING secured the Services of a No
1 cutter, I am prepared to give satisfaction
to all who iavor me wih their patronage
I invite an inspection of my goods and
prices,
oct 12
Country Hams.
JUST received a fine lpt of Country Cured
Hams, almost any size you may want,
small or large.
Gall soon or you will miss them.
J. F. BUTT'S,
oct 17 Market.
WE GIVE FAIR NOTICE,
SO DON'T COMPLAIN.
HEREAFTER ALL BILLS ARE
DUE MONTHLY (1st.)
IF NOT SETTLED, FURTHER CREDIT
WILL POSITIVEL Y BE REFUSED,
After January the First, 18T3.
dec 31 TIDDY & BRO.
CHOICE odd French Brandy for Medi-
KJ cmal purposes, at F. SCARR'S.
jan 3
"VTELSONS Geletine, a fresh supply, just
-i-i receivea, at bUAKK B,
jan 6 -
A New assortment of Kerosene Lamps
just in, at SCARR'S.
jan 3
QAGE, Fine New Sage, just received at
aec 18 oUAKK b
T)URE POWDERED BLACK PEPPER
x Free from Adulteration, at
dec 18 SCARR'S
1 mxvuje eaiaa un, Finest article ever
J offered in this Market, for sale at
dec 18 SCARR'S
Buckwheat ! Buckwheat ! !
A Fresh Lot, Just Received and For
xjl Bale by 15. M. PKJtooON.
jan 5
SCHOOL BOOKS J
SCHOOL BOOKS !
SCHOOL 3B0O3B:S I
jan 4
FAMILY GROCERIES.
B vS. P R E 8 S O N
Trade Street next door to the Post Office.
t Dign oi tne xaepnant.
: JUST RECEIVED.
A Fresh Lot of Sausage, Mince Meat,
jrorK, jjutter, Chickens, Eggs, &c:, &c
jzss FLOUR a specialty.
Produce sold on commission,
jan 3-ly . . "
j ,, i n - m-if i Paper: Bags.
A Wrapping Paper anof Paper Twine, for
8 ! v Vr t u 5 URKFOY'S.
JUU 4
ANQ
We are prepared to do all kinds of Book
and Job Printing, from the smallest Card to
the largest Poster, plain or in colors, printed
on as reasonable terms as tn same work
can be done at any establishment in the
State.
Merchants, Manufacturers, Profes
sional Men, and others in want
of Pamphlets, Briefs, Le
gal Blank forms of
every kind, Busi-
f:
ness Cards, Vis
iting Cards,
Admission Cards, Invitations, Ball
Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
Bailroad Tickets, Pro
grammes, Posters,
Handbills,
Dodgers, Circulars, Statements, &c,
Had better give us a call,
as we have a full supply of all kinds
of TyDe. from 1-16 of an inch to 5
inches.
Remember that
Bill Heads,
Letter Heads,
Bailroad Blanks,
Labels,
Conductor's Checks,
or any description of Printing, done
at reasonable rates, and in superior
style.
jjgf Orders from abroad will al
ways receive prompt attention.
Magistrate Blanks, Marriage Li
censes, Liens, fec., kept for sale.
I4 We pay special attention to
COLORED PRINTING,
of every description, such as
Tobacco Labels, Bands, Notices, dc.
JOJ&MeLATOJILJN.
1872.
MEACHAM'S SHpE STOdKE
SIGN OF THE BRASS BdOT,
RATIONAL BANK BTJILDJNGi , '
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
HOLES ALE & RETAIL
TRUNKS, LEATHER and
I NOW Invite the WHOLESALE and
sortment of BOOTS & SHOES, which have
MY Experience in business makes me
of mygoods will compare favorably with
where.
Pt S. I AM NOW PREPARED TO OFFER GOODS TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE
on LIBERAL TERMS and LOW PRICES,
August 21st, 1872 6m .
Lancaster Ledger copy six months. .
Old and New for 1873.
The Editor of OLD and NEW promises
his readers to give them in 1873, two vol
umes even better than the previous ones.
They are to include serials hy Mr. Hale,
Mrs. Greenough. and other first-class writ
ers ; short stories by Mrs. Stowe, Miss Mere
dith, Mrs. Whitney, Miss Hale, &c. ; the
continuance of Mrs. Martinean's wise and
cheerful series of papers on the relations
between God and Man ; a series of papers
on most interesting public questions, sucli
as Railroads and their power ; Woman
Suffrage ; Labor and Wages ; the Problems
oi me iev Aanimiscraiion, ana tne ukc
Provision has also been made for
articles on interesting points in natural
history and philosophy, by such authori
ties as Prof. J. P. Lesley, President Thos.
Hill, Dr. Gray, Mrs. W. H. Dall, Dr. Kel
logg, &c, and or the enlargement and
improvement of the critical, record, and
art departments. The Magazine will thus
more tully than ever before, afford at once
an abundant supply ot hrst-elass light
reading, and an entertaining record of the
most important items of human progress
for the time being.
VOL. VII. 1873.
OLD AND NEW.
The People's Magazine.
Edited by Edward E. Hale.
The enlarged resources placed in the
hands of the OLD AND NEW, by the pub
lic and by the proprietors enable them
to announce a volume of wider interest
than they have ever published.
Mrs. Greenough's Story, "Pythonia," and
Mr. Hale's Story, "Ups and Downs,"
will be continued and completed in this
volume.
A Series of Short Stories by
Miss Meredith, Mrs. Stowe, Mrs. Witney,
Miss Hale, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Loring,
and others, has been engaged.
Mr. Martineau's Series
will be continued in papers on "The
Church and its Exclusive Claims," ''Scrip
ture, and the Limits of its Authority,"
"God in Humanity,". &c.
The series of articles on Political Science
by gentlemen of i cognized ability, will
comprise papers on "Railroads, Servants or
Masters ?' "The Ballet in England,"
"Land." "The LaAV of Maritime Jurisdic
tion," "The Indian Question," "The Suf
frage of Women," "Equal Taxation,"
"Tariffs and Protection," "What the New
Administration must do," "Labor and
Wages Question."
The subjects of critical interest in
"Natural History and Philosophy"
will be illustrated by different gentlemen
eminent in their lines of research. We
shall soon have the pleasure of printing
papers, among others, by Prof. Lesley, Mr.
Dall, Dr. Kellogg, Dr. Gray, and President
Hill.
"The Examiner"
is not confined to the review of the publi
cation of a few houses, but attempts to give
some account of the more important issues
from the French, German, and English
press, as well as our own.
"The Record of Progress"
describes the substantial advance which
the world has made, in whatever direction
or in whatever region, with special refer
ence to improvements' in domestic life
which may be attempted in America.
The magazine will be under the editorial
charge of Edward E. Hale, who will have
wider assistance than heretofore in the
management of its Journal Department.
GIVEN AWAY!
The beautiful Chromolith "Confidence,"
by Hammatt Billings, is presented to eve
ry Renewal and New Subscriber to "OLD
AND NEW" for 1873 at $4 ; or for $4.25
the Chromolith will be furnished hand
somely mounted, ready for framing. Size
10x14.
Subscriptions received by all Book and
Newsdealers at Publishers'rates.
ROBERTS BROTHERS,
Publishers,
No. 143 Washington Street,' Boston,
jan S
THE MORNING STAR.
DAILY EDITION :
THOUGH only five years old, has the
Largest Daily -Circulation of any news
paper in the State, and a circulation in
Wilmington fifty per cent, larger than
that of any other paper.
WEEKLY EDITION :
Now combined with the Carolina Fabmeb
making one of the best FAMILY NEWS
PAPERS in the South, arculation very
large and rapidly increasing.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE :
Daily Star, 1 year, - $7 00
44 . 44 6 months, .4 00
" " " 3 months, 2 00
Weekly Star, 1 year, 2 00
" " 6 months, 1 00
" " 3 months, 50
It may be safely asserted that no news-
Eaper ever established in North Carolina
as made such rapid progress as THE
MORNING STAR. . . , ;
T Send for specimen copies, t
. Address . . ,
WM. H. BERNARD,
jan 9 Wilmington, N. C.
DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
SHOE FINDINGS.
RETAIL Trade to my large and varied as
been selected with dare.
confident that my prices and the quality
those of any other house in the City or else
S. B. MEACHAM.
' , ; ;
J, . ' S; B. MEACHAM.
I HAVE IN STORE a nice lot of Bacon,
Hams, Shoulders and Sides; Pickled
Pork and Beef, Lard full leaf; Mackerel
and Herring, Meal, Flour, (new crop,) To
bacco, Snuff, and almost everything want
ed by farmers and families. I insist that
persons wishing to buy would call and ex
amine. N. O. Molasses, Cuba Molasses,
Salt, Castings some extra . Delph Ware.
Also, Grass, and Split Bottom Chairs, com
mon to extra. Please call, ojixsite the
Town Clock,
june 8 . M.W.ALEXANDER.
CHOICE CHEESE,
TOOK the highest premium at the Fair
of the Carolinas, at Charlotte, N. C,
October, 25th, 1872, made by P. J. Kimber
ly. Buncombe, county, N. C, for sale bv
A. R. NISBET & BRO.
nov 5
BOIX)GNA SAUSAGE, just received.
Parties wishing the Bologna or fresh
Sausage in quantities to sell again, can get
it from us by;giving nS a short notice, as
we have been made the sole agent for it
sale in the Western part 'of this State,
oct 18 JOHN F. BUTT.
HEAD - QUARTERS
. FOR
FRESH FISH,
AND
NORFOLK OYSTERS,
AT 7
33 3HT S JSfci J T 3E ' S
FISH AND OYSTERS
RECEIVED every Morning by Express
except Sundays and Mondavs.
Jf We WILL not sell STALE or
SOUR Oysters.
JP Oysters mst be sold on the Quick
Sale and Small Profit principle,
nov 6 B. N. SMITH.
F
resh Mince Meat, and Bologna Sausage,
B. N. SMITH.
oct 16
BURTON'S TETTER OINTMENT, cures
all cutaneous diseases, prepared bv
BURWELL & CO,
nov 15 Springs' Corner.
CARBOLIC Troches, Sciedam Schnapps.
BURWELL & CO.
nov 15
Country Cured Bacon.
JUST Received a fine lot of County Cured
Midlings. The very tiling yon have
enquired for so much. Call now and get
what you want.
OYSTERS EVERY DAY. Don't forget
that we send them to you.
BOLOGNA SAUSAGE. Recollect we
send them to vou.
FRESH PORK SAUSAGE. We will
send them to you.
J.F. BUTT,
nov 23 Market.
TO THE LAQIE5.
so:m:de3 sstze-w style
JUST RECEIVED
BY
EXPRESS Til IS MORNING
-AT-
MRS. QUERY'S,
nov 30J
LARGE LOT SHOULDER SCARFS.NIL
SON TIES and Bows all Colors at
greatly reduced prices, just received at
nov30J MRS. QUERY'S.
"VTEW Lot WATERPROOF CLOTH just
J-l received fine quality at low prices, at
nov30t MRS. QUERY'S.
ALL Sizes and Colors of the best brands
Kid Gloves, at
nov30t MRS. QUERY'S.
"VTEW LOT CORSETS, HOOPSKIRTS &
Bustles, just received at
nov30J: r MRS. QUERY'S.
New Orleans Sugar and Molasses.
5 Hogsheads Bright New Orleans Sugar.
10 Barrels Choice. .r it - Molasses,
Also'2 Hogsheads1 Demertraf Sugar,
-2 '.-" -r-. MoWsln
store and for sale at prices to sliit the times
by STENHOUSE, MACAULAY h& CO.
Cigars, Smoking & Chewing I
---.Tobwco.'V:'.;
Ann CIGARS of various andchoiqe
UJ.JJJ. brands: Chewine and Smntw
Tobacco in quantity; and of various brands
and different quantities, a Wholesale and
retail by : u ? - AV R.N. & BRO.' t.
sept 19'
'V
. Canvassed Hams & Iardi
C1PECIAL aitenHnn nt famiU
1 to.a Superior Lot of Canvassed Hams.
Welsh Tubs. Wholesale and retailbr
I sept 20 j A. R, N. & BRO.
RICHMOND & DANmilT!
i ... i ,vi.i.i--o - Ml
CONDENSED TIME-TABl i?
3jf effecCon; and after Sunday, Octob
124
' Stai5ohS. Mail.
Leave Greensboro' 2.00 a. m
" Danville 4.40 "
"; Burkville 9.44 "
Arjve at Richmond 12.45 p. m.
GOING SOUTH.
Stations. Mail
11 1A
"J n w
1 0.
0.40
Leave Richmond 1.50 p
m.
5.10
jiurifviue 5.12
. .. Danvill. in no
8.2s
1 .1
u
Ar'te at Gr'nsboro 12.25 a. m.
Trains leaving Rirh
rH af j in a -i . w P. T
-J. e ir, . " ' L A.OU n
..v.iiiiiwiii 1 Mr 1 sfl
all points South. aJ"
v .V1 W VylillJllII!) 1 111.; ' ' I
PaS&engers leaving Richmond o 1
m., connect at Greensboro' with tAi p
all points East of Greensboro' fur
Passenger train leaving lla'lei-nat ,.
p. m,, connect at Greensboro' w it, v b
erh bouhd MaU ttain, arriving " ft
inohd at 12.45 p. ni. 0
JNO. R. MACMTjRDo
T r t? tat rnTT "ocnt.
Emnneer & Gen'l Superintendent.
WILMINGTON", CJJA BXOTTE a v.
BTJTHEBPORD Tr. CO."5
Orncfc Chie Eng. and Gen'l. Scp t
Wii-mington, N. C, June 20, Jfii
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until further notice the regular tri
will run over this road as lollows : 115
REGULAR FREIGHT TRATVs
Leave Wilmington, daily, at 6 a. m m
arrive at 5:30 d. m. ' 503
PASSENGER AND EXPRESS FREIGHT
ffl T- T f r. L
lAlUIVS.
Leave Wilmington, daily, at 7 a. m,
arrive at 3:30 n. m: "
Leave Lilesville, daily, at 6:15 a. m., am
arrive at 4:15 n. m ' m
Two Special Freight Trains for Ti
No trains on Sundays.
S. lb FREMONT
Jy25 sup'-t.
WnS?S A WELDON RAIL.
Ofllce of General Superintendent.-
Wilmington,- N. C, Juno 8, isfi
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
On and after Monday,- June 10th Pas
sr Trains on the W. & W. Railroad' W;n
eer
run as follows
MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Union Depot daily Sundays pt.
npnterl 1 at.
Arrive ut Ooldsboro' at
' at Rocky Mount at
- 4' at. Weldon at
Leave Weldon daily Sundays
excepted at
Arrive t Rocky Mount at
44 Goldsboro' at
44 Union Depot at
EXPRESS TRAIN
Ieave Union Depot, daily, at
Arrive at Goldsboro at
44 at Rocky Mount at
44 at Weldon at
Leave Weldon, daily, at
Arrive at Rocky Mount at
44 at Goldsboro at
44 at Union Depot at
w A. M.
12 H
I'. M
2:11
3:50
9:!,
1 1 .1,
" A. M.
1:1(!
5:30
P. M:
10M0 P. M
3:00 A. m!
4-M "
6:.W "
7: Ut P. M.
X:-V "
lOTjfj "
o:li) A. M.
Mail Train mulr r
connection at
VV C Idon for a.l 1 nornf Nnvl via iSii. t .. n
and Acquia Creek routes.
Express Train connects onlv with
Acquia Creek route. Pullman's "Palace
Sleeping Cars on this Train. -fcii
Freight Trains will leave Wilmington
tri-weekly at 6:00 a. m. and arrive at 1:18
p. m. Express Freight Trains M ill leave
daily Sundays exempted J at 5 p. m. and
arrive at 11 a. m. JOHN F. "DIVINE,
jy 2 Gen'l Sup t.
ALEIGH AND GASTON R,i E,
CHANGE OF fcCHEDULE.
Superintendent's Office,
.Raleigh, N. C, June loth, 1S72.
ju uu Miiti aronaay, June 1711),
trains on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad
will run daily Sundays excepted as fol
lows :
MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Raleigh fit 10.00 A. M.
Arrive at Weldon - 3::i0 P. M.
Leave Weldon at - - 9-15 A M
Arrives at Raleigh - 3:03 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leaves Raleigh at - - 8 00 P. M.
Arrives at Weidon, - 6:2t) A. M.
Leaves Weldon, ... 9. 15 p.
Arrives at Raleigh, - H:W A. M.
The mail train makes close connection
at Weldon with the Seaboaid and Roa
noke Railroad and Bay Line Steamers via
Baltimore, to and ir m all points Norfli,
Wtstand Nwrthwest, and with Petersburg
Railroad via Petersburg, Richmon l and
Washington, to and trom all points North
and Northwest.
And at Raleigh with the North Carolina
Railroad to and from all points South and
Southwest, and with the Raleigh and Au
gusta Air Line to Haywood and Favette
ville. Accommodation and Freight trains con
nect at Weldon with Accommodation and
Freight trains on Seaboard and Roanoke
Railroad and Petersburg Railroad.
And at Raleigh with Accommodation
and Freight trains on North Carolina R. It.
Persons living ajong the line of the road
can visit Raleigh n the morning by the
Accommodation train, remain several
hours and return the same evening.
A. B. ANDREWS,
July 25 Gen. Sup't
RALEIGH & AUGUSTA AIR
LINE BAILROAD.
Superintendent's Office,
Raleigh. N. C, June 15th. 1872.
On and after Monday, June loth, 1872,
trains on the Raleigh and Augusta Air
Line Railroad will run daily, Sundays ex-
Ant.pril us follnwa
Mail train leaves Raleigh,
Arrive at Sanford,
Mail train leaves Sanlord,
Arrive nt. T?a)oicrV
3:15 P. M.
6:15 44
6:45 A. M.
9:45
Mall train makes close connections at
Raleigh with the Raleigh and Gaston rail
road, to and from all points North.
And at Sanford with the Western Rail
road, to and from Fayette ville and poinU
on Western Railroad.
A. U. ANDREWS,
Superintendent.
J725
TO TAKE EFFECT
Monday, September 30th, 18T2.
Atlanta & Rich. Air-Line Railway.
Out Passenger and Freight, Three
Ji' Time. a Week, Mondays,- Wednes
days and Fridays.
STATIONS. Depart.
Charlotte, ; 7.30 a, m.
Ganbalda, 8.36 44
Gastonia j , qw "
Abkive.
8,26 a.m.
9.12 "
10.14 "
11.20 "
Kins Mouutainr 10.24
Whitaker's, ' 11.04
(i
In passenger, and Freight, Mondays,
.. , Wednesdays and Fridays.
STATIONST
""Depakt,
Aekiye
Black's5 ,? '
Whitaker's; :
King's Mountain,
2.00 p
ni.
2.30
3.12
4.14
5.00
2.20 p. m.
3.02 "
4.04 "
4.50 "
5.56 "
uasionia,
Garibalda
unariotte,'
This Train has
AracK, except by Special Orders from Win
Office.' Fare by this Triin, . Five Cents per
mile. By all others Ten Cents per mile.
B. Y. SAGE,
sept 28 Engineer and Sepcriiident.
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