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   Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - December 31, 1862, Raleigh, North Carolina                               o: f1 fight, prove I' IE. AMES ,OX V01'- d or hair, n iook.J me at r vrif. LL roii U'Hlrn on A XI) cs a iv-; and The UT. '.'S FIRST -r; r.nd said ii- wovor I-r.-vj. by liiem. f pleasure ia In- bad bcea rc- i was ii> MS i 11 AY- 1 Y FALL it is order- l, MY ;Q r-jj r.': i l.-r in 5M.KASAND n.-, Novein- o: Do-.ver. (V-.rt AJa- oorUT OF f' J pro: ,i.r. r.i.-.. :n Jn A-J- ,YV to t'ne net reu- T H K y iianimrft II.LIA M W. 1- HO I. DEN, op TIU-: Dollars per annum 'Vj'.'jvJiVs' per 'H'.l: tit: t k f f-ff ll'U t W ft uf lllf- L ;s Advertising in Standard: iv.r.'.'.r rules uf nro UM follows: i 1-1 lilies or insertion, a iiu'iils ill lion. hi-, iinide with iidvrrlisers. ut six or nvclvo innmhs. and at the close of i ner rent, will be de-ducted froiu the gross d in till, iihs, or 1 six i s ('ards. noi excecflinjr five lines ihe VYirklv .ii- Seiiii-Weelsly, for twelve mouths; or in both itbs, ur f for iwclvo months. VOL. 1. EA LEIGH, N. C., WEDNES DAY, DEC. 31, 1862. WHOLE NUMBER 1452. pl tire urnmoU'd to the coiiunniid of North ('avo hvopa over thi'ir hendis lo vacani Brijimliershins. SOMIH nl these promotions are charged to North Carolina, which the luithorities to sny thai we have had so nmny uppinnt- iDcnt.-t, when in fact 'we I'.uve not- thy appointees viol tiemg iH of our State. This is last breukinijdciwn thencte of Advertising Woukly Standard. ;v p-r VJM.IIV fur I hi- first insertion, aiid Iwcnty- insiir'ion it'ill number of iidvorlisiMuentrt will bo VVei-'xIv. All t'.'l'.'c t'li seine ills, not other- iu-erie''.! in Hie Men'ji-Weekly, and iho number of is not vi'i-iis'-iii'.-nt it is   ih -.VI.'U, Hieh.nmn! -v div- b the l.e-islature of Georgia ad- l. IJro.vn eent in a spe-ia. inossrigc to .-..U-, d-i'.ed December V2, in which he ts in the teniH ag.unst Ihe usnr- b of Ihe power troops. In this honorable promotion is almost closed lo oureinxcns, 1 his is not riuht, uui.1 Ibrin.sa j'ist cause, of complaint hot> in onrurmy uiul with our people, at. homo. We nrc willing that our -soldiers should follow uuv General capab e ol leading them, but we th.it. as u nuutor fheer our soldiers uiv entitled to receive their fair pro- portion of the honors won by their gallantry and oudur- unco." Northern News. The victory olit.ainod by Gen. Lee over Bnrnside at Frcdcriokubuvg, continues to bo much comment- ed on in the Northern papers. They admit it to bo the most disastrous (losing they have yet ure iilloat. that Burnside will bo displaced, Th's Xeu- York mlinitH "th.-ittho best np- po'niUid HI-my in the world, has boon defeated -by an I'nny llumit accounts from the North of the res- ignation of So ward and a re-construction of the Cab- inet. Up to Uiw writing these nimfrs are not suf- Ik'ienUy weli fo-iiid'..'...! to justify coi.iide.nco in them. in many eases, our own brave ami war-worn Colonels nro terestin the a course, they claim, made ti) srive place to I'o.lonel.H from distant States, who jtt Very strong proof that a monarchy is the thing aimed at. 5. The recklessness with which the government., through its various agents, conducts trade outside of' the seizures it as it does, to place every necessary out oi the reach of the poor, looks, they argue, to the same ord. G. The light estimate which the government, through its agents, places upon human life of the soldier, which is so little regarded as to com- pel him to stay in camp and die, or be forced into filthy the citizens, especially the poor, who are unable, owing to the high prices oc- casioned by the manner in which government agents conduct trade, to purchase the necessaries "of this, they say, smells of monarchy. 7. Tho Exemption Law, which provides that if iv man has twenty slaves, he need not enter the service of his country, but stay at home and make more money than he ever made before, while his poor neighbor, whose fam.iiy is dependent upon hia own exertions lor their daily bread, nuui't be forced into sorvico, which tends to make this the poor mans war. This, they persist, points to a slMeocracy, or aristocracy. 8. small wager; which the government pays privates, ai; compared with the high pay of and especially with the high prices that the govern- ment has aided in placing upon all the necessary ar- ticles of life, thus making it to the advantage of the few that the war should be continued, while its con- tinuance tends only to oppress the many. This, they say, points in the s-'suiie direction. CARDS, Ac. BAJ3HAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RALEIGH, N. C. lu'Mmg near the Court JJtiust. Oct. 14, 1862. E. H. STOKES, AUCTI033EES For the Sale of Negroes, CORXUtt OF FRANKLIN'ST. AND LOCUST ALLEY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Will Board ttentlcineu engaged in the Trade, AND THEIR SERVANTS. September MRS. U. MILLER, TO niEPAKEI) ON THIS FIRST OF NEXT November, to receive BOARDERS, both with and tvUhout, Hfi'J. Register copy till forbid. the l llU' illi'l'Vl K lli.l! oil if r to me, by   JKi-iilio-.H til bv! bv or otherwise, a! thon indues the question at some slmwintr the ConsUlutionnl right of Goorgia i i ti.'i1 own u-i-'.- .is at ill's l. time >n. ih.; U- he i'...iurc. in ih-- iiiied-.-ia't; The at. New be its. The entire Yankee iorce which lately made the raid upon the Wilmington "Woldon lliulrond, has retur.netl to tho in'ighborijood of Newborn. The greater part of the foroa :it Suil'olk sectns to have been concentrated at Xcwbeni. Tho of Foster was a ihsh in tho pan. ho will next do seems not to he this side of his lines. .An attack upon or WeUlon, or an- other attempt upon Kinston or Goldsboro', may at any time be apprehended. We are glad to learn that our forcocs will be ready to meet them at any point. The failure of Foster must not lull our people to rest. may look for advances of the enemy 'ut sundry points during thu Vre learn that Cant, ford's company gallant- ly attacked the Yankee on their return from Kinston t-i Newbern, when only 12 miles from ,UHj .uite a iHimber of tho enemy. The of the days of Ihe Legisla- ture will be found on our fouith nter.-vtin n-Miliii matter, A vi't-y liirge stciuDer arrived on the '13Ih in a port, to tho govern- i ment a supply of slioi-s, hlankc-'-i and army supplies. T'nis is good nuivs for our sol- j The virtual breaking up of all State military organizations, a legitimate result from the Conscript Act, tends, they urge, to establish one central go- vernment, superior to that of the States, thus giving no power to-the States that compose tlio Confeder- acy, Taking all these things into account, it is claimed that the.government exhibiting itself only in its ml- garb, elevating the military above, the constantly enlarging the rights of the for- mer at the expense of the latter, is drifting rapfdly toward despotism. Such aro the considerations which sonic secretly urge in proof of the above; to all which is enough to reply Our lead-en are 'not fools. But. fools they are if they dream of conrerting the Goufodertitc go- vernment into a monarchy or an nristocracy. They know that there is not a soldier in the Confederate service that would not take great pleasure in decap- itating any man, or set of men, who would declare lor a monarchy. They know the prcsentracu would have to be exterminated before the present form will be exchanged for any other; and would tho lenders in such a measure- hope to escape the uni- versal wreck y They know that if every officer, military and civil, in tho Southern Confederacy, should labor to change the present form of govorn- page with other j- nientin any vital particular, in the army would vie with one another in their indiscriminate slaughter of nil such. Such would be resort- ed to only by fools, and such I do not understand the majority of our rulers to be .If the government has committed many MISCELLANEOUS. .'HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. NLESS DISPOSED OF AT PRIVATE SALB, WILL be sold.on the iir.st clay of January, IfiHS, at unction, on tlielprertrnes at 12. o'clock, the lot situated on street immediately south of Lynn Adairm' residence, on which is usual) tenement, containing three rooms, conveniently arranged for a small family, with u good garden. This is a des< ruble location for a tradesman uf.small family, as it is market, und convenient to tte business part of the ciiy, Tunas favorable, and i, Nov. 'i be made known on the day of JAH. M TOWLliy, Agent and Auotioncor. tf. YOUNtt PKIVATI'] SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES WILL he opened by Miss MANGU.V1, ut the residence of her wilier, in Ortingo County, on the '20th Ifiiio They wnl receive instruction in'the English branches and music, aii-lliiida homo in her mother's family. Parents and gt'unlian.'i who dwiire further particulars, will ph-ase ad- dress Miss M. P. Mungum, uithur at Red Mountain or Flat Orange County, N. C, L'ee. lii, OSlice Fiedmout llniirotul DANVH.I.U, Doneinber I'.i, IS.iii. f HANDS COMPANY -iL wishes to hire by the mouth or year a force of abii'-bodieil hands.. Apply at the office of tho h'iedinont, Danville, or to F. J. Sampson, at the Richmond ami Danville Railroad Depot. G-RO. 0. DTOKIXSOX, Division Kng'r, Danville, Va. Dec. '.Nov. iis, of den. A. hlunder-s let us attribute thorn rather to the ht'.ad than to the kcari. Watching every movement of our enemies, and using every effort to thwart them in their diabolical plans, let us unite all our energies toiH'hieve our independence and, meantime, should the monarch raise his hend, he will never be able to place '.he glittering diadem thereon, fur ten thous- and daggers would pierce him dead as soon as he is seen, VAL'JSE LOST. SOST, AT OOLDSBOROUGH. A SMALL VAL1RK, -4 marked on both crtds F, W. L. A luuidaoinc reward will be tfivtm for its delivery nt this ollice. Xovomlier 'iS, IKii'J. PRIPmNtt OFFICE FOR SALE. I'KIM'I.VU KSTAHLISHMliNT IS OPKKKIOD FOR sale, the ttiuteriuls which uro nearly Ap- CALENDAR FOR 1863. 1863. JAN'V, t 2021 FWJ'T, HEADQUARTERS, Camp of instruction, UOI.MKS, 1, IU N ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM ihe Secretary of War, the following General Order, No. is The enrolling officers of Uiis State will pny particntar at- tcntiou to the simie and report to these HeiidqiwrUrs nil oilicera and enlisted meu who do uottoniply nrouiptly with order. J l By order of COL. PETER MALLETT, Comnmuding Camp of Instruction. E. N. MANN, Adjutant. ADJ'T. AKD iNsi'ECToit GBNJ'.IUL'S OKFICH, 1 _ KICUMOXD, Nov. 27, 18t52, OKNKKAI. ODDEUS, No. 90.. f Comirmndants of conscripls will cause  ih IS of thi-.-i.', if not all, were j ,....-Mr. ,j S. of South inly, is spinning; loiijind ibx. this means In: ravtis lli'j our people anav, tunl >honid In.- r vvtiC'i Sialo; }'''t wo say i i lo 1-ilV d-.'-i' l! 0 Illl l-.'f ;i {.MS..- (MIT.i- I i: Viilt.ir.i-i-r.--, is ih'-' tii.Liii- in- Cioveviuir u dofcncc of the v.-iil VTill it tiiui. the iho it nuiilS of isiiiluro of I'.'.v iia- lias pveu lor lite Enquirer muvcui'jnt of (.iforgia no conilict with the govcrnim-ni? Will it. cou- cludi: thai turnod a in would blush to read history .F re si tit Davis. i The Charlesli'in Hays tint a correspond- ent IrniM write.-; that Presi- i deist havis is on his way to Jackson, Miss., and it is said tbi.t he will assume coMiinand of the army j in '.hat departmenl, at lease f.ir a while. Our ail'airs in Mississippi, no doubt, require the jiro-encii of the Prf-sidcnt, or of some fiblc ieneral whom the people, and army have confidence. The of lien. in cnimnaiid there-, s'l.'i.'uis !ita lo well. 'J'iii.s is what we nl tlio time. presence of the President will, doubtless, luiv.v- u influence in that quarter. Great ener- gy ami are there, or our cause must greatly. [VroiTi the Ailanta fCla.j TIIK SOUTlinflN MONAUOHY. It is by no mean.-, uncommon to bear men say, iu'i-er all, thu (.Jovurmvient ist.lie best government on earth." Otiicre say, There is a movement on fi-ot, to est.ablir-h, this revolu- tion, n Southern monarchy that ol.licers., A. B. CTOftTntMK1 ITvOPKIlTY FOR SALK, AS ADMINISTKATOH il. ihe will nl Henry W. MilU-r, dfRoased, will en ihe li'ith dav md tete( rapli lines in the south, thus graduully all the liberties of the citizen, is anoth'ir proof whicli they adduce. The unscrupulous' manner in which private the smipc of anything to oat and wear seized and appropriated by the government and that, too, without, any reference1 to the pecunia- ry interests of the parties owning such ptoperty, and when such seizures tend to destroy all trade, and causu the people to loose confidenee and all :n- VALUABLE SALE IN DAVIE COUNTY, N. C. fHAVE TWO TALtTABLK TRA0TS OF LAM) FOR sulo, lyiniy in County, u few miles bolovv Oak Hill, 01 Haul's Ferry, near the Yadkin river. One M-nct contains about 399 acres, the other containing about 300 acres adjoining each other. I will sell them _to- gelheror separately. This land lies in a healthy section of country, and well adapted to tho raising of grain and to- bacco. Any person wishing to purchase, and view the same, und cull to soo me or uddreds me at Lexington, N. 0. A. HUNT. Dec. 2, 1802. iJi-tf. HOUSE AND LOT SALE OR RENT. WISH TO SELL OR RENT MY HOUSE AND LOT in Greeiisboroiigh. Tlio lot adjoina the residence of Col. C. A. Boon, The house is a conifi.vtuble house, with all onlhouse.s fur u family residence. An early application desired by J L. OHRELL, Due. 2, LAND FOR SALE. VALUABLE FARM SITUATED WITHIN 3 1-2 miles of't.iu! town of Oxl'nra, contuining :icrrs, r'boiit one-half of which i." in forest growth, Tho soil is mhiptrd lo the usual gn'in and grows fine nninnfiic- luring tobacco. Tho situation is healthy, well watered, and lias ii good dwelling house and other build- ings in good repair. The H-rniM will be made accommodating. Address R. W, .LARSITFJl, Oxford, N. 0. Nov. P02. Ol-tf. FOU SALE. SINE COLT, 3 VKAii.S OLD, BY MOR- Hunter, out of un Elevator mare. ALSO, A YOUNG GELDING, .'i years old, by Moore's Black Haw, out of i.horough bred nuirc. Apply u. WM. F. ASKEW. Ilaleigh, Oct. K, W82. PONY FOR SALE. BOUT EIGHT YEARS OLD, PERFECTLY til'JN- tie and u natural pacer. Apply tw A. A, WILLARD. Greensboro', N. C., Nov. 28, 1802. tUIS 10 C T O ii Y K Till; CKNKiiAb ASSKMRbV OF NORTiI-0'AR- UL1NA, for the iSensiou Xovemher 17, I'ii'icu 5i> cent Si Add-resn GILBI'llT A CO. DiA-riniu'i'S, Stpd.. NT.AK KIN-STON, JJuiJ. fi, liTOTHJH fS HICRKHY OIVKN TO ALL THAT ARE Irom t'otupany 31st N. C, Troops, lo report in pernon to the Uiiiupuny coiMintindc'r, or they will be; considervd as desert ITS, and treated us such. R. L. BliYAA'T, Cupt.. Co. 13, 81st Keg'l. N. C. T. Dee. 8, ISW. JJJWT SIflR'S C. ALMANAC, For per par 100, ycr (IwssM, and 15 cents per copy. l-'Oli SALE wholesale und retml, by HIvNMY TUllXKIl, N. (j. Bookstore. Doe. 1, IfifiS. TRINITY COLLEGE. mill; NEXT TKKM WILL COMMENCE JANUARY 11 7th. Tii'lion, the us formerly. UourO per month in uclvnnce. We have coivil'urlub'le rooms, proper I'lirniture und jrood board. The regulur routine will bo continued with u ciwipeteot Fuftiiliy. We are prepared lo receive boys of any iijce or Students can have rooms separately or otherwise, us may be nivf'errtH. For t'urtht-r informalum, address the B. UKAVEN, Pres't. Dec. 15, 1S62. Jlcadquavters, N. d, DECEMBBR loth, 1862. f OnJevs, I No. 1. -KKKAl'TKR-Np CORN OR. COTTON WILL BE permitted tif be taken the Counties of this Military District without the written of his Exec'lle'ticy Guv, Z. B, Vance, or the Bng. General Com- JI'LID. The hiffhest prices will bo paid for good applebrandy and ffooil: Hour. J. WOMBJ.M, Raleigh, N. C. Oct 1 O f t i) .V A N C E 1> E Is A RTBIE XT, Kiileish, Nov. J'Jlh, f llE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO CONTRACT for the nmuuriclure of KIKO sHinplcg of which to be exhibited at this ofiicp, for inspection. T. D. HOGG, Cnpl. and C. S. in charge of Ordnance. Raleigh, Nor. ISM. y-t--tf. SNUFF! IORILLAIID'S "HIGH TOAhT BNUFF. J Apph'bv's "Railroad" do. For skle by A. A. WILLAIID. POWIIKUUI) SUGAIl. SIS15LS. GOOD rOWDEH-KD KUGAR. For wile bv A. A. WILLARD. INSURANCE COMPANIES. K. C. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. T the Annual Meet ing of the Mntnal AT F Greensboro', X, Nov. 21, lSfi'2. Wilnuiistou Wcldon K. R. Co., 8' C., -Mh Nov., HOARD OF DIRECTORS JIAVK THIS DAY A (kchirwl a dividend of eleven (I l-iooj per on the unappropriated profits of the Rond on and after ihe 1st ..Tnnuary next, at (ho ollice of the Treasurer. Transfer liook will bo closed after dOth December, L. H. DuROSSET, Soc'y. Nov. 18, !Sfi2. 5t. No. 3. A Provost Guiird will be established nt Merely Hall to prevent ul-1 shipnienls of the commodities numed in para- graph 1st of this Order that tnny not have the required written authoriiy. If It U JJy order of N. G. EVANS. Brig, Gen. Co SAMUEL J. Deo. CORIllE, A. D. C. If. DOMEST1C MEDICINE. UNN'S DOMESTIC AlKDIOINE, DOMESTIC MEDICINE AND L i. O4 LY PHYSICIAN. Par sale Kaieigb, Deo. 101-tf. KKWAICD. AKAWAY FROM THK SUIJSCRIBEIl. Itf Mc- Dowel I county, N. C., on the Sflth day of November, my boy RALl'll. .Suicl boy is near leet high, yerv black, and is slow of speech. lie hud on when he li-jfi-. a round-about coat, made of bine blanketing, with a black Btripe on the lower part. oC the ccmt. Said boy has a nota- ble ficnr on his riii'lil jaw, caused by lancing a rising1. The Btiid boy hud a heavy beurd on liischin wjien he NT home. Said 'boy was bought of G. W. Wynne, ot'Lonisbnrg1, and was rnisprl nciir Turboro', C, Tiui above nuvard will be given Cor the upprohcnsiou of said boy in tiny jail so that I can get. hivu. Address MILLS HlfJ-GINS, Marion, N. 0. Dec. 15, 18fi2. 6t. CONSCRIPTION. mHOUSA'SD.S IN TJ1W CO.NmJKUATK STATES, .J3, owing1 lo the didbrent laws and cxi'itiplion bills pass- ed by tho two wesaions ol the Confederate Suites Con- {jrnf'S, ure so my.slilit.'d ns lo their rcrtl kimw nut whut unurse to pursue. We advise ail who really 'tis- lie'vo Uicinselves subject to the Inw to report immediately at the respective appointud for the enrollment' of conscripts in the dillerent. Hltites. To those who believe tbem.selvcs'exeinpt, would respect Tn I ly Kay, that, on se- our. fee, which is i''jvn DOLLARS, them t'he law bcarinj? on their cases and every additional information which we have gleaned from the action of the authorities in parallel cases, and we are prewired to take all 111" responsibility of such advice. We will do nothing but a LKOITJMATB business. Those wlinm we lind are ically liable, we will inform accordingly. Those who arm not (and there tire thonsai ds in every Slate who nro not) we will give them our adTicts with t fie Inw boarinK upon iheir CUSPS. Having even1 facility, we are prepared to yivc every in- for nation regurdiBiji; any other business connected with the.ariny. dwinjr to tlio expense incurred in procuring this infornmiion, we wilfnotice no communieutiou uuaccumpu- uied with our retaining of Five, Dalian, JONES 1 CO., Bos 258 P. 0., Ralaigb, N. C. Dec. S, 1862. 98-laa. COPPERAS AWD BLUE-STONIS FOR SALE. E, THE U.N'DKLiSlUNJOD, ARE MANUFACTU- RING Copperas and Blue at Gold Hill, Rowan county, N, and liave a considerable quantity on hand. Our price by the wholesale is FIFTY CENTH for lilue Stone, and 0X12 DOLLAR for Copperas, per pound, at our works, or delivered at Salisbury. ROBERTS, HOLMES CO. Dec 9, W-2m SALT! N CONSTGN'MBNT, VIRGINIA AND KORTH-CAR- olina SALT, und for sale bv thu sacK onlV. M. TOWL1-B, Agent. Raleigh, Nov. 96-tf. COMMITMENT, COMMITTED TO THE JAIL OF WAKE COUNTY, a negro man who says his name is WASHINGTON, and that, be belongs to Capt. William Smith, of the (3th regiment N. C. T., and that now resides in Petersburg, Va. .Said boy says t! at put on the cars at Salis- bury, N. C., by master, and by some accident, they bo came separuled, and he, the said boy, was taken up and committed aft n runaway, Also, ivnoihcr negro, calling himself HENRY BROOKS; stiys he is free, -and that ho in from Wayne County, N. C., mid was bound to Uenj. Herring, of said'counly, now dead. Said boy is a bright mulatto, about 'il yearn old. Not ice is hereby given that the owner or owners come forward, prove properly, pay charges, and take them awuy, or they will be dealt with as the law directs W. H. HIGH, Sheriff. Oct. M, RAILROADS, NOTIC'E. kN AND AFTER TIIK 5TII JANUARY, 18Gvl, all Fruijrbtfi bi't.ween Weldoti and Columbiu wHl be liiken at charges will follow as ut pre- sent, and collections made at points of delivery. W. J HAWKINS, Pres. R. i (J. R. R. J1. 0, CAMI-IKON, N. C. V. II. j WM. JOHNSTON, 0. S 0. It. R. i Government Freight will bo shipped as here i tofore. J Raleigh, N. 0., Dec. Otficc of the Chatham R. R. j RALEIKU, October until, f MONTHLY INSTALMENT OF 10 i'KR CENT., paynble on the first day of each month, until the whole subaeription is paid, is aalled for, ait or- der of flic Boiird of Directors. W. W. VASS, Treasurer. Raleigh, Oct. 31, 1862. 88-tf. Fire Insurance Company, held on Uth of ry, the following 'persons were elected un4 Oft- cers for the ensuing year: DIRECTORS: Henrr D. Turner, J.R." T. H. SiMby, 0. W. 'llutchings, Kemp I'. George Little, Jiitnes M. Towles, James K. llovt, Washington. Alsx. Mitchell, N'ewbern, Joshua G. Wright, Wilmington. John M. Bdenton. W. Cluirk's, Kliznbcth City. Jos. Uiunwiy, Plymouth. J. W. ilairell, Murfieesboro'. H. B. Williams, Charlotte. Samuel Wutkins, Milton. A. W. Kteel, Kiiyeitevilla. Joseph Whiti-, Anson Comity. JoHh.'Bonuer, rtiilem. A. T. Sumiiiv, Aihcville. OFFIOEIW OF TUB COMKANT. T. II. Be! by, I'r'M'nt. Jl. U. Tunicr, John il, Bryan, Attorney- Hamdiiii ami T. H. Helbv, e.r.'OjKciut John W. (Jommitttt. W. llutchinft-s. This Company been in successful operation IS years, and continues to take risks upon til cltuuitH of prop- erty in State, (except Mourn Mills und upon favorable Terms Its Policiw nmr property nmounting to Htarly a portion which m in country risks; nnd pl'enent capital four hundred dollars, in bonds, properly All comnninie.itioDrt in reference to addressed to the Secretary, post-paid. UA1IDEN S. SMITU, Raleigh, Jan. 18, L8fi2. GKEENSBOKOUGH MUTUAL IlfKUKANCff Pays nil Losses Promptly! DIRECTORS: John A. Mebnne, Cyrwt P. Darid P. James M. Garrett, T, AI. N. H. D. Wilaon, Dnrid Mc- Knight, M. S. Shervrood, Jed. H. Lin'lMy, B. M. Slean, C; G. Yates, R. Hterlinjr, Win. BarrinRtf, Alexander Miller, Newborn; Dr. W. C. Bamwr, WaJUs- borough; W. A. Wrijrhi, Wilmington; Rer. B. VC. MaT- nard, Frnukliuton; E. F. Watson, A. J. Vork, Concord; Ii. Cnivuti, Trinity College. OPCICKRS: N. H. D. WILSON, President, JED. H. LINDSAY, JOHN A. OlLMliR, Attorney. PETER ADAMS, {Secretaryani N. H. D. C. G. YATF.S, J. M. GARKK'iT, J All coinniunications on of the office to directed to PET13B ADAMS, ftecieUrr, April 2R.1SI52. NOTICE. Office ot'.N. C. U. E. Co. Hiiurs, Sept. U4th, f OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO SHH'l-'KRS AND tiiat the tariff frcighl rates on. this Rond will be raised twenty-five per'cent., and the rate ot passengers to five mile, on tind after the firat day of October. T. J. SUMNEll, Engineer aud Sup't. Sept. 2ft, IS62. 78-tf. RANCE COMPANY. Ort'icn RALKIVR, N. C. fUS COMPANY RISKS UPON ALL henlih.v lives between ftgesof H and 'iO for one year, for seven years, or for the attvrert life participating in the' profits of the Company, between tin? ngos oMO nnd 00 are iuuyrod year or five years for two-thirds their market rirliie. Ail lottos 'pi'.id within UO days after ii prasontcd. DIRECTORS FOR 1MO AND 1661. CHAK. K. i W. S. MAIOK, W. W. HOLUGS, W. II. JOKW. K. P. BATTLI H. W. UlJSTRU, i J. 0. W. II. i C. K, ROOT, EveiiARu UAI.L, I P. If, Ftscoi', Ii. H 1'j.mtK. OFFICERS' CHAS. E. JonNsox, President, W, W. HOI.OBX, Vice H. W. Attorney, W.. H. .los'KS, Treasurer, R: W. McivBu, Mud. Examiner. C. B ROOT, Q. Oom. W. JL McKEK, For further information the public in referred to pumphUts und forms of proposal, which may obui at the office of the or any uf B. U. BATTLC, Raleigh, Jan. __________________i_____ HAMS. A SMALL LOT OF VERY KICK RE- coivedon Dec. 0, 1SB2. JAS. H. TOWLr.8, EWSPAPERf VSPAPERI   

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