. ' . I ' V ' - j--" -. ; ; : ; " ' "f V--- . ' J . "" 7 ' r i - -' It You'-Li A COXSTITUIIOXAL UXIOX EQU.Jf SDTFIL1GE, AXD EQUAL -TAXANVV C'- . . . - r .. v i."o..'i:s. - ? : , I c yj.' .4 Ir 7 ; " 7 iCHE JO) YAIiOEELI BANNER, PVVlAnilJi DAILY AI WCEIILT, p&Aitx. -wiLsair co; Editor and Iroprlctdr , TEUMH-OP THE DAILY JlAXXEIi: 1 copy 1 jctr, icrs.rUtlr in Adrznccf i.www $ 2 09 lcopiel 1 jcar, laTatfA'jr ia aJrincC ... "20 00 copy 6 EJaths, inTixlAbly ia adrance, ; 2 50 j Tht Djutr CiJt.vKii will bo erred to City rubscribcrt ftl iO.ecnti a wtck, pajaile to tLe carrier. ' v ' " f 2iagl copies 2 cent.' In wrappen i4 cent.' . t.- jV.vi TKRJIS'O F' Tlin" WKEICLV UANNEK: 'U 7 1' copy 1 year, inrariibl in aJvance, S 2 00 Adrcrtiaeuienta will be inserted Daily ia the JlAKxra at t-'hA r.HiK-!iir ratM no(inir i HiM'd to th (Kill Arc:' tt. Firat inaertion, 75 cts. per iuare, Two inaertiona, 50 " ' Four " " 1.20 " " Five ' 1.35 " " a u -A. ' ! ! "ldverti.enicnts for three, sizor ttirc months accord lag -to contract.; '."7 " ' j -.' WEFlLT ADVERTIrff MKXT: - ' Jn the VecW,X$rNEa fourteen lines wilfbe counted to . 1 th' aquare, and avertwcnienta will be iiyvrted at 51 per e-juare for the first insertion, and" 25 c5,jper square for each subsequent insertion. There will be no deviation from thn rule. filn onler to pratyy the friends fthe popular air fl)ixic," wc h4vfikthc plcas of giving the original rorda of that soug: - , liiisli I was in tic land of-cotC ! " f Oti . tinuti dar.ainliot'.forguttcri;.-- , ' V i J 3xtk awayJOK away bokvay ! Dixie Land ! JTi Dixie fuid; wIkto I was bnin, "; tiirly-ou one frxfcty inonung, " Louk away ! look away ! look away ! Dixie Land. Cnonrs Den I wLsh I was in Dixie, hooray, hooray! Win Dixie Ti'l, IWUfc ;jLo liD ami-tup m i;ixie, fi Away! away! away! don.'8nut in Dixie! , Awav! awar! awav ! djlvn South, in Dixie! C)ld mlssjw marry " Will, dc wpalKjr;" William was a;ay deceabcr; 7 Look away J &c. I lj& ipmlle.)l as fierce aa a " forty: pounder.' 'Look away I &c - 1 i - Choiics Dcti I wih I was in f Dixie, Src , Ilia facq was sliarp as a butcher's eleaber, Uut dat did not wejn to greab er; ! Look away V&c.t : f i ' tyia missus ac uc looitsu ,nd died for axaau'dat irokc her heart ; If (Look away Y.&c' 1 ' ibnosus Den I wish,-'Jtc. V ' i '. ! : . . - 19 PPf0S LTr, n n-r y ki advance, ... j. SorcfiVr 'alKrWte - !- ?i2: Ju.warTr?- , - t . I lctious for nrembers of tb Senate and . . -j - I . ' ' ;' ' - -" j I j tataut. and ftr Gorernor, will b held on the Kow licreV a health to the next old missus, And all do pals- dat want to ki&.us ; -itj Look away ! iSLro. "w :- - I-: . '. " 'But if you want to drive way; sorrow, . Come aiul he r dls song to-morrow ; . f-i Look awsy I'&c. 0 . t .: Cuonua Den I wish, &c. r . j , ' .'. . "i -. . .' , - ' '. J3ars buckwheat cakes an " Ingcn hatter,' - , Hakes yori fator a little t fattei; , ,- J:, , Look away l;&c.; . ;';7i7 7' . 7 Den 1k it down, and scratch your jgrahhle, . To Dixie Land Vm bound to tnibble .; ' ; ',:"K:Lookwayl'S-;"':'7-f -f . . 1 Caoars Den: I wish I was hi Dixie, , ' ;. ; . ' Vl - - ' i ''') ; .7 -. ;;.;' XIIE FLAG OF -UIO. v 1 Dixie Lasd." .I-T-: - -I" Come, brothers, swell our royal ehorus. Vhile the ctorm clotidiowcri' o'er us, " 'v . r . jj Look away; look away, lookwaysco tlia flag! . -By faction lore J.; Jkiilviaxr-. . 4 Protliers, hoi ouila IsSyiug J : 7 ; - , ' ; : Look away, look away, look away, sec the flag ! !Pnoacs Shall traitors dim its glory ! never I never ! I gallant band around jt stand to live and die for Union, : Hurrah, hurran, hurrah for the flag of Union j ! I -; - -: ' - 7 : ' ' ' :" ' , ; Great Washington whoso farewell warning v, ' pads us bewafe of faction's dawning ; . 7 7 ; took awayj look a way,. look away, see the flag I i peacefully slept when his toils were ended , -: jLTndex the 'fla which his sword defended I Look .awayl look away, look away, see the flag ! . f obc8 Shall traitors, &c r f . ! . ' -- I'' J -.-.-'-! -.:.' . L '''' ' , "Those are bur: foes ui every section - . t Vho stir up strife and disaffection- . " j 4Look away look aWaj look away, see the flag I , ; 'rreachers of strife and hater and scorn 4 f Shaltrue 4ho day that they were born ; h'. Look awayj look away, look away, see the flag 1 7CnoBTjs-Shall traitors dim its glory ! never! never ! A gallant band around it stand to live and die for Union, HUOiUl, ULUKkU, JJUlIU.il, IKJl lilt; Udgui Lliyjn . '"K- : f ' : r I ' REMOVAL. '1 TnoxIVH.' moore, Petersburg; va., n.s J fMVaVw doai aboTe Donnan A 'Johnston's and next i r iM Tc wnfe ne now opening a large stoct 1 iPF'.0 Sr Fall Trade. Merchants, PIanWan(fwhvr are gpectfan- invited r 7 " voooi oeiore Duvmj: elsewhere. . - i coriaixsinxT O P : 11 0 UTII- C AHO LIN A. t I - ' ' -.-Salary. J0nXl7. 1XLIS, of RfroranGorerBor, per aa- L nnia, and bs of farafched hou, - 8 I 3f 000 Ckahax Pate, of CrarcD, ScreUry to lb Oor- t ; ernor, XordaiiTe of feef,)- : . j,, 300 Bcrcs iL Face, of Wake County, Scrctary cf ' -. SUte, r rxtUuire f fr) ' I FC0 Daslei. V. Cocrts. of Itoekinffbaitf, Treasurer . r-(2-CC0 iCcjiTij If. UaoeDay, of Wamc, Comptrrllcr, v 1 1,000 . it. i kich AaDf 05, oi j ae, vni , vteric to , : Tre'afarer: - -t - ', 7S0 sTb CbMssx. of State is composed of, the following g-enuenien : - - Council Wooten, of LenMr Prat. J John W. Canningham.of Feraon'f ,W A. Ferjjnson, f itertie i J. E.;GraTu, of Surry - 'V David Murpbr, of Cumberland :" J. J. Lbn Northampton ; V; W; I. HilJiard, of Buncombe. : - ; JT. Colin TIuIip, of .yewbern; "Jonin iLonrr, of Halifax; !Wro. X jflouetoaof Duplin, and Cha. J. llam- ierEchld, or linofra.: sslon en t'j year. The next House of Com first Thursday i - ; ' i ! i m. a,44t a a va, tx t nrrn ipv TTfl 4T?T - ; The Board of Literature of North-Carolina ia composed v His Kaiceliepey, John VT. Ellif", President, ex rfteio; Arch. Ilenderson, , of Rowan ; J, B. Gordon, of Wilkes; i"Vm.. Ff fWard, of Jones, j Graham Daves, Secretary. ; I : ;i JXTERXAL IMPROVEMENT BOARD. j - The Internal Improvement Board is composed as fol i Iowa : t'j . . His Excellencv, 'John W. Ellis, Prcpident, ex officio j James Flton. oi" New Hanover: N. M. Loni, of Halifax. . l. 'i I . w" - i J ! I i STATE LIBRARIAN. ' Oliver H. Perry, of Raleigh. i fTIME QF HOLDING THE COURTS. I 1 ' The United Siat4 Circuit Cort for the District of North Carolina ?J.i held semi-annually at Raleigh, on the; 1st Monday of Jane and la?t Monday in November. " . , .. ! Jtije4- Hon. J. M. Wayne, of Georgia: Hon. Asa' Bi?,vof Martin, District Judge salary. $2,000: ) - r I Robert '1. Dick", District Attorney ;W. J. Saunder Vii . i. i t r 1. i . - i jrs. VI I K , esiey tiouep, marsuai. "4 I : i The Unitcd'Statci District Court are held at ! j Eden ton,' 3d 31onday in April and October, J. M. Jones,: I : Clerk.i; i - ' ' . r ' ! iNewbcrnJ 4th Monday in April and October, Benjamin I' Brown,; Clerk; : ; .' . i' -' Wilmington, 1st Mtfndar after the 4th Manday in April and October, John u. Lantwell, Ulert. : THE SUPREME COURT. The Supreme Court of North-Carolina is held at Raleiffh semi-annually on the second Monday in: June, and the 2d, Mnn!nv in December. It is al.-o held once a year in Mor- fanton j Burke county, on the first Monday in August.; he otticers are a follows r R. M. Pearson, of Yadkin, Chief Jiistice; M. E. Manly, of Newborn, Judge;) Wm.; IL Battle, of Orange, Judge salary of each $2,500 per; annum.! ' William A. Jenkins, of Varren, Attorney Gen-i eral: Hamilton V. Jones, f Rowan, Reporter; Edmund B. Freeman, of Wake, Clerk; James Litchford, of Wake,) aiarsiim. . K , SUPERIOR COURTS.: f Th $ttrior Court are hold in seven Circuits, py thei foUoni,ig officers jolljJU CW.r iordt Vr V. Osborne, of Mecklenburfir ; Jobn Uaiiyy,; or Bnnorube; R. S. French, of Robeson; and Romulas M.; fian.dvf of Wake. Solicitors Elias C. Hines, of Eden-; ton: ri.'V5 the First Circuit ; W. J. Houston, of Duplin rides tbes Second Circuit; I William A. Jenkins,. the Attor- nev-(renerl, rides the Third Circuit;, Thomas Settle, of R(ickinghara, rides the Fourth Circuit; Robert Strange,: of New Hanover, rides the Fifth Circuit; William Lander,' of Lincoln, rides the Sixth Circuit; David Coleman, of Duncorotx-. rides the Seventh Circuit. The Courts are held asj tollows: ! . , i ! - - - , TIBST CIBCCIT. ' Turrt'T first Mondav in March and September. GnttF'nt, eecQnu jionaay m jihtcu aim cvpwuiwi. . 27erViVM third j " - . .'. r " 7 m,lfArd: fourth - : " " ' , JV ii , . f ' r i -m , l o .n.V.A &af.'nrst Monday after the fourth Monday ia March and SepKfaber. -j- ; ".-J - -7r-' J CAowii second Monday after the fourth Monday m March and September, i - ; h- ' !' lrqimaf third Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. j - I . -f s PfiMoaH-, fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March Hnd September. - i ' . U J Cnmtieit, fiAh Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. . 7 - ! . , ' :7l ; Curriturk; nxtli .Monday alter tne lomn juonuaj u Maj-cu-anu pcpiemuer. : ) -71 8ECOKD ciacinr. rth fonrlav in March and ScntemberJ I HMe, first Monday after the fourth Monday JuiMarcb ind September. i- i , . ,r . :- : Greenc7 second Monday after the fourth' Monday in March and Sep'tember. - : ;? , -7. ' J I ..-ZmkhV, .third Monday after the fourth Monday m March and September. . : ' ' ."''Lr' 7' fourth Monday after the fourth Monday m March and September. J ; ' i Jm,ki, VCednesdav next after the fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. " I J I OiWoff, sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in Marck and Sppt-3"bcr. -" "' - '7 ' ,r 7 i Cartrct.r seventh Monday after ahe fouth Monday in March September. I - . , . '! i- Bcaifoet, eighth. Monday t after the fourth Jlonday in March and September. : '. ! . ,f j ' Hyde, ninth Monday5 after 4he fourth Monday in March and September. ' , ! ' Wilonf tenth 3fonday after the fourth Monday in March, pnd September, : 7; '. - "r '1 7 i '' U '' . .-.THian CIBCUTT. ., , !.- - ! jrartin,on the Jlonday before the first Monday in March a id Rapteml'?L -.U. ; .1 Pirtrm mrit ThnxtxrtetKXtch &d geptembt-r. : j jEieon5. second r- ' ; ". .-.. ,','---: .,:'"'"' --;': .1 f A'nJk, third ' ...'- J " v f. -'. ,1 -'V7 ! ofo. fourth " " " I ' j j Hal-e, first Monday after the fourth Monday in March; 'and September. . , ' I FranUi, second Monday after the fourth Monday in jMarch and September, , " ( ; " 1 V . 11 'arreHf third Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. 1 . 1 f iatw, fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 'March and September, j . t . , I i Sorihamptom, fifth Monday after the fourth Mondaj in 'March and September, i ,.!;.; i 1 i f i'i , :. .... I - : i ' ' - : :' rOCHTH CTRCtTIT. ""- "' GrantSJe, fii-st Monday in March and September. j Orange, second " . i Chatham third " " I fnnrth " ft ' . t tt ! l)arido, first Monday after the fourth Monday of iMarch and September. ' v n Ioryth, second Monday after the fourth Monday: in 'March and fceptember. : . , ' j j Stol t't third Monday after the fourth Monday in March! i and September. - , . - j Guilford, fourth Monday after , the fourth Monday in : March and September. ' 1 I llociigham, fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in i March' and September, i - i i Canteelt, sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March ; and September. . ' Pervtm, seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in ! March; and September. ' . j AJattMHce, eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. " ' l : i H'- ... rrrTH CTKCrrr. . " ": I j 'Harnett, Monday preceding the Monday next before the last Monday in February and August. . t f. ' JAdoire, Monday before the last in February and August. llfoHtyoiHtry, last Monday in " . 1 ' i ) Stanly, first Monday in March and September 7 " '4hm, second " j " " I JHcUmoHd, third . " .-'' ; I j. ! ' j:4or fourth " " ; . " j Itl'ien, first Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September. r ; j " . ' C,Jntnbn. second Monday ajftcr the fourth Monday la MareH and-S,pt"UID1r-"v . " i ' 7 ii .1?r th fourth Monday ia iy tiler the fourth Monday t-'wiir, aixth Mc- i.:y -a.rtcr.tic fnrth Monday ia Marcli and September. " 1 T . . - CumUrlamti, arTenth J.cptlay afler the fourth Monday in jjarcu'na oepu:xcucr. - . ? . , 7 una eracnt. ' -Fttrrft fourth llonJar ia Ft-bruary and ADoat. - Ysul&i4t firet after the fourth Mondaj a 1 tbmiry and ' JLh.i e ceo ad after the fourth Ionday la February and third after the f arUiIonday in February and A'exnlert fourth aft?- 'lie fourth Monday ia February ana a. u "Ti?t. - - . , i PJit tfihJafler. th carta Monday ia February and , a' :tli btxth after; th4 forrth JInday ia February and August f - ' " ' , 7 ' " ' . ' "- i ' ; CuMkT, aerenth afir tT-q fourth Ifon'ay ia February and Aii'usL I ". " " ' - LiiUn, cizhti " - February and , xufivb aHr tii JfonSay in Febrnary and lniol tenth after the : fourth Monday ia February and August. -1 - I - r - Jesaihtthnrfft eleventh after the fourth Monday in Feb- raarj; ana August. . -i -j w --. ;- . Cubamit, twelfth afte? ihe fourth; Monday in February ana August. . . y- M : V-.v7 'L7;-L - ; I , thirteenth after tho fourth Monday in February Jtotemy, thin and Auguft. f ': :-t$iU t f' :"tteyHrHi.cjBCTrr.j-"-: v:-;;;:.;. ; f ChMoe first Monday In March afid September. Jdoti4ecaDd , 'fi-ij !"'".- ' - i" '.; I JaMHithv-d : ' " 7" v Ki I Jfayctio4, fourth 1 ' ' . 7'" -' ! Hcudirn, Jfirst Monday; After the "fourth, Monday MarcH ancf September. l ' r:.-.-v' . I . -.r in IlHfcomhe, second Monday after the fourth Monday! in aiarci anaDepiemoer. --..t s !-1 . jyTain third Monday . after the fourth Monday Marcfi.a33d;Se)tember. n I s - ! ' Falry,! fourth" 3Ionday ftcr. Uic fourth Monday Marcb aad Sebtember. hi-bi i v ; ia in Jlcnpep, tjfth Monday ' r the' fourth Monday in "-' Cdhhlll sixth Monday after the ' fourth Monday Marcltaiid;; September. Ur ?r r:! -v-- in WikitiiL seventh Moridarafler tha fourth Mondaj Marcn" at id Sebtember. Sir ', ' j I in : iuiflr. eighth Monday after the fourth Jfonday in March and SejsKember. .fjf; -r- ;: ; ' br f, ninth ' Monday after the fourth Monday jin March' find September. I.r . , f -j i'o,?,. I.enth Monday after the fourth Mdnday in March and Suptcnjber. '-:. ' " ;;::" j " ' ' . :i . . " - ";. j . CleHiatI, eleventh Monday after the jfourth- Monday in Mareh" aad September. -( r ::".": -. '' frfj I i -:-i-s -V.-'rv r; ? , C0lBTS0F PLEAS iAND QUARTER SESSIONS. . An? '-Cauntri on the Second Monday in January. April. Aht, fourth : Mondar.in February. Mdv. Aucuat and 11UTO AUxmder first Mondar in March. June.! September and December. 1-f ; -vf ' .r::----. .;:- - -'-( Alafianrel first' Monday after the fourth Mondav of FebriKiry, Mat, August and November. - . AUiSpiiatiyi iourtn Jlonday in January, April, July, and October- I .. . ;S . :": -;, :-.t: : I ;.. .) ' . )' HealfienrtA third Mondav in1 March and Rpntpmhm'. and. the fiii-t lilondaV in Jnn and l)M(mh(r. T I 7erij ;secon'd Jlonday in February, May, August and . I NoveraHT it- ' ) i:f ? ;7 v:: ' '--k " uiaf:t hrst; M. cuay in j x ebruary, Miy, August and liur&dil eia-hth Monday after the fourth Monday in Marchy' June, September and December., I r Vabitrma, third Monday in. January, April, Jnly and October.!! i t ,7'; M tt- 7-7--': i':.-.:J . J-- Cal.hreU. sixth Monday after 5the fourth Monday in Marcltj June; September and December. ! CarfeH, second Monday in March. Juney September and December. 'p ' i M :t-'": 1 . . L " ?orrtr, thei third Monday ; in February, May, August and Nove'inbeT . - Iff u n'.V-" ' ! : ' 1 J CofrV?, first. Monday after the ourth Monday of March, June, -S'.'ptembi.'r and, December.' ' j 7 rrftn, third Monday in January and July, and sec ond Monday after the fourth Monday in March and Sep- tember. - . . . 'i. ; :f i- : ' Chathritn, Second Monday in February, May, August and Jvpvembcr. : v .,;..!: I ; - ; . ,., - ;. Choirafl, first Monday in February, May, August and Ctedefaud, tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in Marc1 j ' J. ne, September and December. : j " Colimfyu, second Monday in February, May, August and November. - -" - !; : - i. ; -7' : - ' : ' ' V (CrfejM second Monday in March, June, September And Deceier.- ' -' :" -4 '. ' i: - - $' - - : -''. K Cumberland, first Monday in March, June, September and Die ember. ' ; .'i": ' f:j u- . - j -. Curtiikeki the last Monday ia February, May, August and November. . ! ! -m-. ". : j. ! CAm-fc, first Monday in March, Junej September and Decemfclti " '7; '-"-M ; ' ('- 2a?Iai third Monday in January, April, July and Oc- loberj l 1 . 1 ' 1 . uatteMon, seeouu iuuiiuajf m leuruan-, Aguv and November. .t'r. ;'- :. I v 1 ' - Dayi, fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. - H i I Edqectqbc, fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. : .m "! - JFVinJJtifj, second. Monday in March, June, September and December. Mh"' ' 1 1 Forty third Monday in. March, June,; Seytcmber and Gairsi third Monday in Tt rruary, May, vemberX;!-? - '!'.; .!,.' Grfrnx &le, 'first Monday ia February,. No ve mter. !:J August and No ay, August and Gr&te second Monday ia February, May, Vorriiler. " ' ' ' : ' August and Guifft'td, third Monday in February, May, August and Novemrer. 1 ' I , 1 1 . Gaitan,1 third Monday in February and August, and fourth : Monday after -thV fourth Monday ia March and Setcm.'cr. - ' -. V X" r. -lv v I, JMinjt, third Monday in Fetxuary, 5 Mayj August and Novemlir. ; ? j ' Ha'ttitff, second Monday in March, June, September and Decern! vr. ; ..:.' :i' J- ' ; Jiiixsod, fourth Monday in March, June, September and De;mber. - . : ? 1: F , - , Uttf?r, fourth Monday in February, May, August and Noveimxr. ': ' ' J t i HjU-'pccohd Monday in February, May, August and November. .. - t.'. .. : ! , !. : llehdron, first Monday after the fourth Monday ;in MarcJiv June, September aad December. I j reft If, third Monday in February, May and November. Joh fourth Monday in February, May, August and Noveiiiier. - . , " ' . ; 1 , Jontntffth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and Sent ember, and on the last Mondaj in January aad Julyl i ' - - ! JatklSa, third Monday in March, June, September and Decern ter.' ,l" t; ' ' I f Lelo r, first MondaVia. January and July, and third Mondav in March and "September. . 1 Liicvln, second Monday in January and July, and third Monday after the fourth Monday ia March and September. ITdriU, second Monday in January, j April, July and October 1 ' .. -. !! : " - j ...-' -1" JfiDetv-eU, fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March. June, September and December.' Jf&fc&4r, fourth ! Monday in January, July and Oc tobee.,. '-' . - ' I JIoAtijomery, first Monday ia January, April, July and Oetober4 '"'' " ':.'"$ ', u "- Joref fourth Jlonday in January, April,- J uly and Oc- JMie; secoad Monday in March, June, September and Decembf r. - r ,7 Jfiditon, third Monday after the fourth Monday in March, June, September and December - , r 1 A4l, second 'Monday ia February May, August and November. . : ; ' ' . . ' . ' - X&t Hanover, second Monday in March, June, Septem ber alnd December. . . f - j . i Ar'Asrpfo, first Monday in, Mareh,' J une, September and Jc ember. -.' . ' , 1 . ' . - . ' , Od-u b f, first Monday in March, June,eptember and Dec?n?r. ' ., . ! . niattttf. fourth Monday in FebruirvJ Mar, Auzmtiaad Novfltivr. ZVNTtV;thirtri:cjr: Ma rdi. and September. Ac Jlnmover, f.rtli J' In i-' arch and gpteml rr.; IJrvric, first Monday in Marchue September; Marchl,? June, September and December. ; :bcr fr? i jim. second Mondar la Ftiruarr. Mar. Aurajt and November. j - ; . ' " -. , - Vertrm, third Monday of March, Jane, September fend Deceiaber? ... , . Jtitr firtt UontUj ia February, May, August and Xo- rembf-r. . ; . , . . -.s , : -t- ' M, tenth Mondaj after the fourth Monday in i March June, September and December. . : .. . - t , , It!ulph. first MoodAT In JVbrnarr. lfT iantlind I'Korember. " ; .. t- J?MwiMf, third Monday .la January, April. October. . - , - 7, - - ; 7' . A'otr, first Monday ia Fi-bruary, May, August and orember. ' - , - ... - -Hobemon, fourth Monday in February, May, August and Aorember; ,;- - - ' " - Eockinnkam fourth Sfondar !n Tfhrnirr: lfr." Acr:l iiuvtiauer, liutkerford, ninth Mondar after the fourth Monday i.-; March, June, September and Dfcembar. ,f v ... .r. Sab2ant third Monday in February, May, Augut as AoTcmbcr';'-- - -ijlurrY, second ilondzj ia February, May, August, and November, v..;""1 ..- ;' ':. - .-.' Stanlv. second MondaT in Fhrnarr' Ma v. A nnt' and , J- J,T J! To " November. -' ' , : : , : TvrreU. fourth Mondar of January ' Anril. Jnlr and Oe- - , r , 1 . - rf. tooer. - , ; . . !- 1 ...7.. ,-: Union, first Moadvv m January, April, July and October. Wak third' Monday in February, May, August and j November. T ;' ., - B arren, fourth Mondar In Febrnarr. Mar. August and November. ' : -r. .';. -..t: . . ' lFaAiHnoii. third Mondar in Febrnarr. Mar. Anetist and November. ?i ," Watauga, third Monday in February, May, August and November. - -!'.- . ... 1- . n Waune third ' Mondar in FebruArr.; Mar. Anp-nst and November. ' , : r . .'. lFYle. first Mondar: after the fourth Mondar in Janua ry, April, July and October, f . union, iourtn Monday in January, April, July, and October. ! 1 . Faafr,3urst Mondar in Januarr. Anrill Julv and Octo- . . rf , r , ber. .".. k . . . r .. . Faney, fojurth Monday after the fourth Monday in March, June, September and December. . ' PUBLIC WORKS IN NORTH-CAROLINA. : - ; The Branch Mict of the United States is located (at "Char- lishment wag authorized by Act of Conjrresa, passed 5d .aauw, ion. xne omeers are a iniiow-a Green W. Caldwell. Superintendent and Actincr Treas urer". . ... 1 . i . . i. . . , Jdhn n. Gibbons, Assavcr, Melter and Refiner. jonn jtt. iioiton, t-lnet Coiner. 1 . ' . . William F. Strange, Clerk. ; i I ) The University of N"orth-f!flrn1ina: ;tnafAl a Ctiat..! muh.iu.wo couniy oi urange, tjventy-eight miles W. JN. W. from Raleiffh. ! 1 '1 ir:n 4-.t- 1 ' . : ' ' . . Z The North-Carolina Institnti on for tho VAnrttn nfth' Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind, is located at Raleigh, W. J. Palmer, Principal. t ; 1. L ; J Fortification. Fort Macon. Beaufort Harbor . Carteret cduntyj Fort Caswell, Smithville, Brunswick-eounty. f L. S. Arsenal. Located at Va-f tr.-iM Ia! T. "T R Laidley, Commandant. i 1 ! r Insane Aum of North-Carolina, sifnafd in thn viranf- Hill. Matron. Dr. Charles -E. Jobiiaon, Kemp P. Battle, W. W. Holden, Ed. Cant well, A. M. Ix-wisj Dr. W. J. Blow.- Jfchn A. Tarlor an.l rr f!.,1 11 m ln a Vfllla HipafriM .Dr. Charles E. Johnson, President of the Board r Wra. E. rlctal; trtt Monday ia March, Jone, Septc: ty of Raleigh, will contain 250 patients ; 120 patients now in it. Dr. K. C. Fisher. Saperintendent; Dr..F. T. Fuller, Assistant Physician : Mr. R. K. Frroll. SitA.raP.1 Uh Anderson, Treasurer. Messrs. Holden, Johnion aad lAEtTJ iZ .tie,. Executive CoimiiXisjgzssmss stxlo eiguFpages o treated, and taken eare.of at the public charge, i Paying incrs of Cloaks, Dresses, M patients are aiso reccivea irora inis anu ouicr oiau-s. m Drouer form to be observed in sending indierent insana to Asylum, see Revised Statutes, chapter on Asylums. ; COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. Thomas Ruffin. Sr., of Alamance ! Wcldon N. Edw-jirds, of Warren f David L. Swain, of Orange. QuentinBusbee, Secretary. '. , : i. f . .. SUPERINTENDENT COMMON SCHOOLS. Rer; C. II. Wiley. ; '.. -. ' ' 1 . ; ; , ! STATE GEOLOGIST; fjnenczer Emmons. j i ' BANKS IN NORTH-CAROLINA. j - bask or fatettevilIe. : 7 John D. Starr, President : W. G. Broadfjot, Cahicr; Wm. G. Matthews, Teller; Wm. A..Rse CJcrk';; Alczao , der Mcrherson, Hook-keeper. ; ;,, j i V - ; ! BANK OF WASHIXOTOX. James E. noyt, Priesidenti Martin Stevenson, Cashier; Thomas H. McCluer, Teller; Thomas J. Latham, Jr., Clerk. Discount Day, Thursday of each week. 7 " VxnCHASTS' BAJfK AT SEW'BERSE. i ' Charles Siover, President J W7W.' Clai-k, Cashier; Joseph Fulford, Teller. Discount Djay, Friday of each week. - - ' . - . ' '--! 'H '- L ; : j ; " ; '7 "7 COMMERCIAL BAXK, WILMIHfiTOS. j ' O. G. Parsler. President : Timothy Saraffe, Jr., Cashier: John McRae, Teller; Asa IL Walker, Ulerk. ; 7 .-7 V .' 7' : '. ' '; i BASK: OrfWADESBOBd' J. A. Leak, President; II, B. Hammond, Cashier. ' 7; BASK OF yOBTH-CABOLfSA.--AriAI, $2,500,(K)0. ' Principal Bank at Raleigh. 7 'r ; George W. Mordecaij President 5 C. Dewey, Cashier; Wm. E? Anderson, TeBer; Jordan Womble, Jr., Book--keeper; : Seaton Gales, Clerk. r:. :i y:'-.-2 "' I J Branch at FayeiteviUe, j A. W. Steel, President; H. C. 'Lucas, Cashier; Wm. Huake, Teller; W. S. Rose, Ulertcj ' ,'(".,"' . Branch at Wtlmikgion. E. P. Hall, President; William Keston, Cashier; W. D. Smith, Teller; J. IL Wright, Book-keeper. 7 ; ' I 1 Branch at Netcherne. , : ,: ' Edward R. Stanly, President"; T. J. Jones, Cashier; U. S Haskins, Teller. ; j i i Branch at Tarborough. 1 R. R. Bridgers, President; B. Chapman, Cashier; E. D. McNair, TeUer. t . - Branch at Charlotte. " " ; J. IL Carson, President; T. W. Dewey, Cashier; S. Jj. Riddle, Teller. , it . Branch -at" ' Jforganton. : T. Geo. Walton, President; E. J. Erwin, Cashier. Branch at JliUon. Geo. A. Smith, President; W. R. nill, Cashier. ' ' v ' " Branch at i$ttlilvry. David F. Caldwell. President; Muses W. J arris, Cashier David R. Newsom, TcUer. - .; . Branch at "Windsor. ' L. S. Webb, Cashier. ',: "Agency at StateniUe. ' i - C. A. Carlton, Agent ; 1 j j " Jlgeuej at Goldoboro. i . P. A. Wiley, Agent. Agency at Wentworth A. BJ Gallaway, Agent. ? r Agency at War ration John G. Yancey, Agent, each weeki . , , - - ' " - Discount Day, Wednesday 1 BASK OF CATB FEA2 OfflCIU AST) BBASCHES. " " Principal 'Bank at WSmingtton. -. -Thomas IT. Wright, President; IL R. Savapre, Cashier; J. D. Gardner, Teller ; Joseph McLaurin, Assistant Teller; J. A. Bradley, Book-keeper; J. G. Burr, Clerk. , - 'T , .- " Branch at Washington. . , John Myers, President; W. R. S. Burbank, Cashier. ' !. - - Branch at Salisbury. I ; D. AI Davis, Cashierv - Tr in-; .': ; ..Branch at Salem. (. J. G, Lash, Cashier.; . - ' t Branch at FayetteriUe. . Charles T. Haigb, President; A. McLean, Cahier; W. J. Anderson, Teller; - Joshua Carman, Clerk; ( Wright Huske, Book-keeper. 1 i . I 1 Branch at Raleigh. -j W. XL Jones, Cashier ; James, A. Moore, Teller. i- Jlranrh t Afhcr.tilf. Uaniv, (Vhkr, , J. F i - eomat Day, Tu.--av t rich "' f7rn rABxtaa xxt, caczxtxeao.' . . . " r w C. T. MendcKhstl, Pirldst j VVA. Caldattl, CuUsr R F. Ovencanf Ciller 7 ! . ....-ia, TvUcr,'; ;,. - , ' . ' sjaxc cr YAT-trmit ' . i -Thomat D. JohajtoB, pre 1 ! i; Jcseph J. Lawaoa Caihk-r. 1 --- '..-'.! victor ci 5tTrev, rttrTftTrux. " ' John P. Williauj. I irtSJtEt; J, ' n ... SactL'rd. Caih Icr; Wm. Warden, TJVrj Jarscj JLt; Jrary, Cletk. Jlia ?r Present S. Jcv.;t, Caalicri Wi .T. 1 i V ! I X ? 4 I" . w y ..- .." m JJ ranch at Lrnioa. raises u. iioir, uaihier.;- -1- - . - ' ' 7 ; tr citf, yrv-turc t ' A. T. Jerkins, Ireid'ntj Jf A. Gunm, CuhUr. TR MtXEt&'AXD rLAjrt"' lisit, KcarnT A.'T. Dairidson, President !p. Harden, CaM r. PROSPECTUSES ABTIIUli'S HOJlfc MAGAZIXn FOR 180L The Ladles' Home Magazine. ; ! .voLcacs xrn.1 axo jtrni. j EDITED BY T. S. 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