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1 v! 1 - , f -, . A j .PS ') -j"? t ..!' I f Vv, v t i f 'I k i SCHEDULE OF PRiCB FOB 1 XOIMHLlliULIVA. I - v. WE, the undersigned. Commissioners of Appraisement fof the State of North Carolina,' do hereby declare Ihe following prices t J b those which will bej ju- conip?ns:ttion to the I owners of property imrrowed tr the u?c of the f OoTsrnrncni lor the ntfii ixt v d..vs, abjclto alteration .ah ou J circus- . tu .vailec-'cur to make It &dttsab!e f Molasses, Syrup from Chinese can-k5 00 per gal, -Rico, ' 23 p4r lb. Coffee, . " : 2T 'V p er. R. ; leigreen, 40 00 pernio.; bUek, - : 7-w per. JO. it- Iron, copdold Railroad, 100 OO'per too , . 1st quality, ,125 GO erton 110 00 pgr ton. ' IDO 00 per ton.. lbO 00 ex ton. : M 2d ad bloom, smith's rennd, bar Disrate No. fl, is sJ Bladea an J Columb Corn, Bacon Fork, netl, M grose, &ard, Wheat, and plate, Leaifier harness, aole, 44 upper, Beef cattle, stall fed, m-ass fed. o - V e d i o State into 4 District, as heretofore:' con.: of all ilieeoTinties East of Warren, Fraukliu, Jouoston, Sampsou, 3, laclus.vc, aad m s-d ! Sheet, fair. $15 OJprribl. of Shush. . G'j lbs to the bush. 3 15 per hush of is Itys. . 1 00 per lb. fiO 0) per 100 lbs. 60 00 " 1 HJ per lb. ... 6 00 per buih. of 00 lbs SSO OQ per. ton, 3!50 per 1&. 8.-00 per'lV S. 50' per lb. , 33 per lb. SO per lb. 2o 00 per head. DlSTHiCT No." 5, is to consist of all the Counties i west and including said counties to Alleghany, Watauga, McDowell ;and Rutherford, exclusive, and in said counties, the prices sbail . be as follows : , Corn, Floory iVhBxt Braa, j Saorts, j Snip Stuff. ! vau, aaciieu, Kjry cleaned, f, Beam, I1 Potatoes, swec!. . , Irisby Dried reaches.! pelcli unpeeleiii Dried Applet, peeled, Onions, j Haj, clean Timothy, Other Hay and Fodder Shucks. i Straw, Whntand Ryft Straw, Rice, - Pasturage litqtnrtowp, comiixm: lstql. in country, evMiimod ' 1 Borsts, extra fine, j. for choice hi;c ry PO per bid. lti' lbs. ffr Moal, .u i'U per in. i os. i;con, M$i n., superLoe. ' l'ork nett, 60 per bush, otf 17 lbs j . gross, 7 per bush, of- lbs j Lard, io per Lush, of i7 lo Vhc.tt, i0 per Vf) lbs. 27HJ perbu-ih. of o 2 lbs j Flour, 4 00 per bush, oi oli lbs &U pur busii. me w d. Wheat Cran, '4 f'i per bush licis i. LsKort!?, li U per busb. nieas'd. 'ship inff. 3 .f0 per bush, mnu'd. j Urjwu .Stuff, 8 ov ;er buh. ut i!3 lbs Oats sheaf, 4 it) per bash, of Cdib-" thelleJ, '4 KJ perbu'h. of 2 lbs i Kvo clean, U iU per bushel 6 00 per lDO lbs. 2 '0 k r ! lbi. 1 T0 pvr U0 lbs. 1 OU per 100 lbs. 1 IX) per 100 lbs. UUper he iipr rocntu i 0 4 00 . 3 00 lstiu4l.kriillcr300 f") per head. 2d ! f "400 00 per head. 3d i ' ' t ;;imj 00 per head. I Slules, extra fine, 1st quality, 2t Wool, fair, washed," . unrashed, J!alt, dry and clean, j Soap, hard and dry, j Candles, tallow, j Vinegar, cider c?anuracturea. Whiskey and UrauJy, Bugar, clarified, fair brown, t coarse daaip br'wn ; Molasses, j ) fyrup froia Chiaee c jug i ! JTea, green. i 4 4 black. pig, 1st quality; " 3d ' bloom, j smith's round bar, iX 00 per head. 400 00 per head. 4 t0 per lb. 3 00 rn.r lb. 15 00 pcrbuab. ofuOlbs 40 00 per 100 lbs. 1 00 p.r lb. 00 per gall. 45 per gall. 8 00 per gall." 1 oO per lb. 1 00 p?r lb. 60 per lb. 15 O'J per gall. 6 Ou per all. itO per lb. Z 50 per lb. 10 00 per lb. 7 h) .r IK vj pel tarr. 125 00 per ton. 110 OO per ton. 1U0 00 per ton. ISO 00 per ton. Pea, ' Beans, potatoes sweft, lrisli, Dried Teaohe?, peeled, unpeeled, 44 Apples, peeled, Oniuu?. Hay clean Timothy, tjther bay and fodder, Shucks, Strav VL?at and Rye, Tasturagc lstqual. near town, per month, rastnragc, comiiion near town, per mouth. Pasturage, let qu:il. in the country per month Pasturage, com'n in the country, per mouth, 18 00 per bbl. of 5 bush. 50 lbs. to bushel. 3 75per bush, of 48 lbs to the bushel. 1 00 per lb; 60 00 per 1Q lbs. 60 00 per 44 1 00 per lb. 6 50 perJhuib. of CO pa ' for choice white, 27 50 per bbl. of 11W lbs first qual. super. 60 per bush, of 17 lbs 75 perbiifh. of 22 lbs 45 per bush. oS7 lbs 1 95 per bush, ofriblbs 2 50 per 100 lbs. 3 00 per bush, of -32 lbs' 4 00 pcr'bush. of f6 Ib.s 3 50 per bush, meas'il. 3 50 per bush, me as'd. 3 50 prerbush. rocas'd. 3 50 per bush, mas'd. 8 50 per bush, of 38 lbs 4 50 per bush, of 38 lbs 4 00 per bush, of 28 lbs f, 00 per bush, meas'd. C 00 per 100 lbs. 3 00 per 100 lbs. 1-50 per 100 lbs. r 1 00 per 100 lba'" 7 00 perd. 5 00 pcrTiead. t 5 00 per head. 3 00 per head. Horses extra fine, 44 1st qual. urtillery, 500 00 per head. 44 21 44 3d 44 41 Mules extra fine, 4 1st quality. Wool, fair, washed, 4' uuwashed, Salt dry and clean, Soap hard and dry, Candles Tallow, Vinegar-- Cider. man -JASj v 400 00 per head. 300 00 per head. "Vool, fair, waited, j4 un-irhed, Salt,' dry' and clean, , Soap, hard and (ry, Candles, Tallow J . ' J Vinegar, Cider. J 4-t lahutfictured, WLiskey and Biindy, ' 44 fair brow 44 coarse daap brown 3Iolasses, 4 00 per lb. .3 '00 per lb. 22:0JperbushofiOlba 4t uu per iuu ids. 1 00 per lb. V -80 per gal. v'- ;40 per gaL .' 8; 00 perigai: j' 1 75 per? lb. 1 25 per lb. 60 per lb. 8 50 per gal. . Syrup from Chii ?se cane 5 00 per gal. Rice, " . ''' : '40 Jer lb. ! Coffee, ' - ) 3 50 per lb. Tea, green, I 10 00 per lb. 44 black, ' 7 CK ber lbj.. Iron, good oldTUHroad, ICO 00. per ton, pig, lstqtality, 1250rper ton, 44 2d 44 JIO'OO per ton. 44 3d 44 100 Ot) per ton. bloom, ' 180 00 per'ton. Smith's rdmd, bar and plite, 380 00 per ton. Leather, harness, 3 44 sole, 3 44 uppet. 3 Beef Cattle, stal fed, 44 44 ' grin fed, . , .. . j . - f"l p j:' I Valuable ' laid.for pale; BY j virtue of a Defee'of fiie District! Court ofl Nortn Carolina, foJe ihi District of Cape F-ear, held at Salisbury; ortj the firstr Monday in December last, 'in! ease of Cjl S-i by W. H. Bailey, Receiver vs.-Abner G. TweedJ I : shall proceed to: sell, at the Court ilousfei dn i Marhall; ?pa the 26th day of October' nexi it. beirig Mondty of the Superior Court, a valuable Tract of l and, situate in Madison coutjydying on the waters of Shelton Laurel, adjoinpighe lands , of Thos. Tweed, Joshua Tweed, rul; bthers,.and supposed to contain 67 5; acres j as the property of Ah- ner G. Tweed, an alien; enemy - t ; r iTtns, cash, and) Confederate T?otesf any 3- ,(!. ncceiver. ue takem tVSept.'10, 1863 25 The followinkishaU.be the State Army woolr-ciJ, f yard, . 10 oz. to the nL v Army woolenc'othl 1 yd, 20 oz. to the jiird;" -. Flannel, J yd,- to yd. Cotton shirting.. yd, 4k yards to the pjurd. Cotton shirting, ij'yard, 3 . yards to the p Uid. Cotton sheeting, 4-4 yd, 3 yards to the jotnd. Cotton o&aaburg, J yd 6 oz to thenjavd. Cotton osrfaburg. yd, 8 oz to the yard, Cotton drills, y f 3 yards to the pound, Cotton shirting, Itripesj 3 yards to the p und, Cotton tent clothe, 10 oz. to tbe yard, 50 per lb. 00 per lb. 50 per lbw,--. 30 per. lb. 25 per jib. -00 per heid. - - r J uniform v thrpughou t f .v " 4 60 per yard. .9 3 DO DO per yard, per yard. . 60 per yard. ! 60 per yard. ! - 70 per yard. 75 per yard. I . " k0 per yard. 1 1 pu pe etper yard DO per yard, DO per lb. PO px lb. 10 !f)0 per pair. 6' 00 per lb. 1 pO per pair. r.0 OOper hed. 400 00 per head. 4 00 per lb. 3 00 per lb. 20 00 pr bush. 60 lbs. 40 03 per 100 lbs. 1 00 per lb, 80 per gal.. . AO. pec gal1. 8 00 per gal. ) 1 50 per lb. and plate. r father, harness, ! . sole, ! j , - oppn i t j Beef cattle, 'stall fed, J 44 grass fed; cneep, iair, 3S0 00 per ton. 3 .u per lb. 3 IH per lb. a OQ per lb. 4 ) per lb. 35 per lb. 2o 00 por head. DisracT No. 2; is tb consist of all the counties West oftheaforcsaIdcouht.es to Rockingham, ; Guilford Randolph, Montgomery and Richmond inclusive, and iu said District the prices nau e as ioiiows I .t jv per ddi. ci o Dus 50 lbs. to the bush -Vjfl4 lper busf. of lb lbs - to fie bush. 1 00 per lb. 1 00 per SO per 8 00 per 6 00 per 25 per 3 50 per 10 00 per. 7 00 ter lb. lb. gal. gal. lb. lb. lb. lb. Corn, Meal, his key amPiXaxtdy, Sugar, clarineu, 4 fair brown, 4 .coarse damp br'n, Molasses, , , Syrup from Chinese cane Rice, Coffee, Tea green, 44 black, Iron, good old Railroad, 160 00 per ton pig, 1st quality, 12o 00 per ton. 44 - 2d 41 110 00 per ton. 44 3d 44 100 00 per ton. bloom, 180 00 per ton- Smith's round, bar and. plate, 380 00 per ton Leather harneee, 3 50 per lb. 44 8ole, - 3 00 pcfVHu 44 upper, 3 50 per lb. Beef Cattle, stall fed, 30 per lb. grass fed, V I Bacon,' Torknclf, f gross, Lard, Wheat, Tlour, Jt; i Wheat Brs, f Shorts, j Ship stuff, ; Brown atuCT, J j Oats, sheaf, ! ! Oats, shelled, ; Rye, deaxi, Pess, Bean9, Pc4toes sweet, 1 Irish, j Dried Peaches peeled ,jinpeefed-Dried A p pi e peeled, Onicro-l ; Hay clean Timothy, Other Hay and Fodder,' 8huckj, - t I ., V Straw, Wheat and Rye, Pasturage 1st ql.nr. town 2d f !4 Pasturage lstql. country coracaon ' - Horses extra "fi-le"5 A fheop, fair, 25 per lb. 00 per head. Corn. gross, 60 00 per 100 lbs. 50 00 44 90 per lb. .. 600 Fert.ii.a. of "." Ih for otio.ice white, ! 30 00 per bbl. of 193 lbs I MeAjf let qu i'., superfine . . 50 Prbush. 0147 lbs j1.orkMtt, 145rerbu5h.of37 lbs LarJ 9o per bush, of 28 lb, u-hAt 2 60 per JQO lbs. 2 10 per bush 6f 32 lbs nour 4 V per bush of 60 lbs ' 3 50 per bush, meas'd. j wheat Bran, 8 60 per bush, meas d. ! sj10rj9 - W pecbush. meas'd. I hip Stuff, 8 oOrxnrbush. 3S lbs. i0at5 9hcaf, 4 5ilrier bush. ZS lb. Lat. shol'.cd. t.erbuL. 18 Ibs.fjiye clean.; p v liub. meng'd. f'eas, District No. 4, is to consist of all Counties west of a"ud including said Counties, and in sid District the prices shall be as follows: (- 4 Out. 0 00 8 00 per loO Ils 2 o pvr 10U I5s. 1 o' per 100 lbs. , 1 00 per 100 lbs. 7 10 t er head month i Beans, Potatoes, sweet, ( - 44 Irish, Dried Peaches, peeled, unpeeled, o 00 per head month, i Apples, peeled, o t0 per head month. ! Onions, o UO per bead month. . Mul IstqL artillery, 500 00 per head. 2d t . VK 400 00 per head. 500 00 per head. 3d . I fine 1st quality,! . 2d " unwa'shedf Salt dry and clean, j Soap, hard and cLryJ; j Candles Uallow, ; Vinegar cider, . ; 44 .manufactured, iThiskey and Brandy, Sugar clarified, fair brown, CQsieedampbiowa 500 00 "per head. -100 00 per head.' 4 00 per lb. ' 2 00 per -lb. ."-it 18 00 per bush. 60 lbs. 40 00 per 100 lbs. "1.00'pelb. , V0 per gaL - 45 per gaL . 8 00 per gal. 1 50 per lb. ;J 1 00 per lb. 00 perT ib. '17 50 per bbl. of 5 bush 56 lbs. to bush. . Q.65 per bush of 48 1 00 per lb. 60 00 per 100 lbs. . 50 00 per 44 1 00 per lb. '5 50 perbaslfof 60 lbs for choice white. 27 OOper.bbl of 190 lbs 1st ql. superfine. 50 per bush of 17 lbs 75 per bush of 22 lbs 1 45 perbusli.of37 lbs 95 perbuhof23 lbs 2 25 per 100 lbs. 1 7Cr XT Wh T7t 83 IDS Z 50 per bushofGlbs! 50 per bush, meas d. 3 50 per bush, meas'd. 4 00 per bush, meas'd. 150 perbushl' aaeasM. 860 per bush of 38 lbs 4 60 per bush of 33 lbs I 4 00 per bush of 28 lbs 6 00 per bugh. meas'd. . 3 00 per 100( lhs; , 2 00 per 100 lbs. 1 50 per 100 lbs. ' ' 1 00 per 100 lbs. ' " Cotton yarn, Cotton, raw, Armv shoes, Shoe thread, Wool socks,' V- Hire of labor, tear s, wagons .and drivei's, r ? Bailing lotig forrge,' Shelling and -bag ing corn, sacks furnishedby Gov't, Hire of 2 hvrse tems, wagon and driver, Rations by ..pwnef? ( Hire Df horse teims, wag on and driver, rations by Government, Hire of 4 hore te iios, wagon and driver, rations by owner, -.; Hire of 4 horse teams, wag-pu and dicvvef,&B.tions by Government,. !' Hire of 6 horse teams, wag-" on a'udr. UxiveUfes by owner, Hire of 6 horso teams, wagon and driver, lUutions by Government, Hire of laborer, rations furnished by o wner, Hire of laborer, rations furnished by Government, Hire of laborer, ratious fur nished by owner, 47 DO per month. ' Jlire of laborer, raVf "S fur- nished by Goversment, 22 TO per month. Lumber, i 45 00 per 1000 feet. Timber, j 30 jOO per 1000 feet. Wool Hats, . 5 00 each. Quiniue, 45 Dp per oz. .Wiethe Commisipners of the' State, do again earnestly call upon all who woiild support the government of thejr own choiele in this its .life struggle for libertj, to come forward at once, with all they can sire to the sjupporlpf their brave sons and brotuers now in tjhetiei(ii-.4nd with all their aid and sympathy for the government of their owu making, nd which i$ now beset with many difficulties anl dangers, ajnd to cease this war of extortion Against theijr country, which is disgraofcfi tojta citizens, and rjcten-ing'to our success. t: . ' tH. Y. BLACKSTOCK, ' ; tU. K. BURGWYN, CommissionercrAppraiscnont for N. C. New corn!shall be 15 per cent, less than the above prices ujuil the 15th of November next. ! r October 1, 18C3 ' 0 per 100 lbs. j 05 per bushel. 12 00 per day. 6 00 per day. 15 t)0 per day. 7 i50 per day. 18 JOO per day. 9 jOO per day. 2 125 per day. At'AsheviUe, 4Thursday " Marshall, Saturday Butnsville, londay 4,Chldsville, Wednesday ft4 Boone, Saturday 4 Marion, Tuesday, 44 Rutherfortftonli Thursday ) -ColukbusTJSaturday i5revardf luesaay - - State of North Carolina, i BUNCOMBE COUNTY- 1 . ' . .In Equity.' i Nancy! Steveni' W. F. Davidson arid Hhers. Bill for Sale of Lahd. Uhat Newton resides be- said Newton or denvur to TT appearing o my BaUsf'acCioU Foster, one ot the Defendants yond uhe limits of this State , ' i Notice is hereby given tp the Foster td appear, tolead, fans wv.r said Bill at the next Term of said uurt of Equ ity', to be Field for thij County of Buncombe, at the Court House in A'sHevijlle, on tie 5th;ALon-day after the 4th Monday in. Sept:, 18b otherwise the same will -bc-set foir hearing exparte as to him. j !. ; .j ! - - ; f. Witness,- I. B. SaWVerJ Clerk & Master in Equity, at Office ;in4Ashviie 25th i Sept., 1863. r' , 1. 154 SAW x JJiKi, C M: si. ! Oct: i. Printer's fee SI2. . 6w Headquarters "West. Dist. N. C; ' iJ; -VASHIJVILLlI, Sept. ,28th:, 1863, . General Order V I. The under? igied having No. l.SL been,aasignetl to thes command of the; Westerh-Distriet piftNorth Carolina, (era- Njracing all that portion of tht: State "Wiest of the BlW. Ridge Mountains)? with ordeijs to 4'organ- ize all troops raised in ' that District,' both Confederate and State," hereby assumes command of the same. 1 -l ' i " ': The following compi&se the Staff of the Com manding Officer, land will be obeyed as such: j.Maj. E..W. Hkrkdo.n, Af Q M. j Maj4i. L. Coleman, A. C. S. j j j 1 Capt. Fllx II, K, Smith, A. A.jGenl. Lt. 1". F. Davidson,! Afd dc,Canip. Lt. B. A. Merbimok. Lt. ,Or3dnance. Capt. T. B. BailetJ Vol, A. D. C. r ROBT. B. I Oct. 1, 1863. VANCE, Brig. Gen. Com'dg. . 4w 1 j25 pert day. Headquarters West. Dst. .N. C, ASI1E.V1LLE, Sept. 28th, 1803. General Order 1 i v- ;Commandingj Officers of s No. 2. Companies or Detachments -of (jonfederafe troops within the District, will assemble their commands", and rejori to these. Headquarters. ; , I .- ' i; ,. : .: " j ' "'-V II. Couiiuanding Officers of Regiments. Com"-panies or Detachments of Home (kiards vr Mili-i.ia..intheoun,y ofBuorabe, report in person; those Hying' in saUjoiningj counties by mail,, staling the number and condition of their comjm'Hnds, if armedland the kind of arms, qwabtity of ammunition on; hand. I 111. All. furlouehed officers find! soldiers with in the District, whos fulpugH.s iiave expired, are hereby ordered to retit?i tt their respective commands: those whose. furloughs! i hive ridlt ex pireu, win reporv in person; or oy ileadquarters. j . s ! By order of Brig. Gen. t:om ! - T. F. Davidsok, A. D. Ci 'i Oct. 1. j '' . -s l- mail to tlhese Vance,: .- dg District. 4w I A k. V M 1 I Vi l U S VIA Li A. ' V. 4 t in tbaJTeld, South of G reenyille. 'j U ' , . P .1 "sOdtober th, li A News. LIKELY YOCNQ WOMAN and two chil dren for sale. Apply to the Editor of the Sept. 24, 1863.. tf '. Hay, clean Timothy, w Other hay and" fodder, Shucks, Straw, Wheat and Rye, Pasturage, 1 st qual. near ' town, per month, Pasturage, common near town, per month, Pasturage, 1st ql. inthe country, per month, Pasturage, com'n, in the sountry, per month, Horses extra fine, 1st qual. artillery, 600 00 per head. 7 00 perhead month. . .r . - . 6 00 per head month. : ! t : :i ...I 5 00 per head month. 3 00 per head month. 2,-1 a.t Mules extra fine, 44 : 1st quality, 2d 44 . it- 400 00 perliead. 300 00 per head;, 600 00 per head.- 5 400 00 per head. CONSCRIPT OFFICE, Raleigh, N. C, Oct. loth, 1863. General Orjlers "Uijiccordarice with instruc-nt: 2U.;- tjr8 fronf te War Department, persOUB i&Qyi.VfnwriiiltXS&8-eignedi at the Camp pf Instruction, to. regiments of their choice in Gsneral Lee's or BraggV army untl further oriers. j ' H: K7'Ct By order of - i - '"i "-":- " cii. petermallett, . Comrni!. of Conscripts for N. C J." W. Mallett, Adjutant. ..- Oct. 22. j 4w : t EEWARD. boy is about 33 yeart age, copper cototjsiig ly bald headed, aboui5 feet 8 or 10 inches high ounds. j He had oa when woollen coat, patched on nes pants, and -low round will. paV the- above rp- iveredto me at this place, wnere l-can get mm., .r .. Hi - CuNNINGHAJH,', 850 and weighs about 1 he left a snuff colort both sleeves, brown crowned white hat. ward for George, if il or confined in any Ja Special Orders, "No.. 19. Headquarter Thomaja Legion, ) . Tenn., V ; 863. iJ TT ECRUITING Officers to t his Comjnpd now W m VV estern! ISorth Carolina, Will report ;at once to these. Headquarters, Ivia Greenville Tjen., With'such recrmits as they I may have: received, and they are specially1 enjoined to bring with them all'' absentees. 'Arms and Ammunition a-waiCth'em here. : The enemy is in p&r immediate 4ont, and it is eixpecte't that all true Southegrn wen will rally toj our assistance, j; ifJ:.-By order of'.; J X J. Ri LOVB ! Lieut. Col. ".Com der. Thomas' Lesion. - : : i L. C Mat, Adjutant.: 4 ; 1 Oct. 15: ! : ., - ' f: 2w iE.a-XjE! ; Hip, AsJieville, N. C. THAVE opened the; EAGLE . II reception of. guests the first oil TELrfor the reception of guestf the first of iJune, and I hope to be able to'entertain from eventy-five to cint? hundred persons during the summer. In conuectionwith this; large : number of. Hack's, Carriages.- Bur; TKTj riorses, th&ttny gues;tsiran get ncice. . . r ,3? r4tage Office: at' this Hotel for StWe lines. j " i L1 U: - . F.or Greenville, Tenn k : Mnr-orantrin ! t$ f! 1 44 Franklin and Miirphy. N. CI. ; r - " !W 'I J. M EaglelHoifcl, Ashev r i- .. th ' I ! Pro. July 2, 1863., otell have a t a" minute's 0 different it I .ppointmeata. We are reauested'to announce that - i-r. i ' ; HvmanL -Esq.. candidate for Coneress. wrilL ad-f 1 dress the VeoDle at the following times and nla- i . ces: ,1 October r. i t- .if. ,- r 6th lOthJ! 12th; 14th Utfc 20tV i22d 24tlx! General Order,- No. 3. ' 27tH I ft' Headquarters West' DistNC ia the bounds ofihis District iy hereby strictly) forbidden, except by order frm these lladquari; will be held- to strict account. Jt II. No one wBl be allowed to remove ble cattle, hogs, or other supplies, from the Distrlctf without the permission tkl General Jn'cpm mand excent . i-eiyularlv. -auihorized asrifhta foil the-. State in charge of supplies for the "&a&M works. . ; ;. .4 ... ,v-; .i 'M I IIL j Commanding cfacers ofii -Confederate! trqops and Home Guafds are charged with ht? execution of this order.. . f ' By command of ' : , - - t - . :- -1- - ; BrV GenVANCE. T. F'. Davidson A. A. A. Gen; ; : October 15; ): V " ';' .; ? ' v L Gerieral (hder,No. tlr ' - s - Headquarters. 1st Brigade N. C. ' " : 'Home Guards, , Burnsville, Yahcy Co.,: : f V , .: .! October 10th"; 1663. !TIIE tfhdersfgneJ having . been Assign edijfX the command of the 1st I-rigade Of. North Caro? ; lina Home Guards, embracing the ' cobntieS oF M Transylvania, Henderson., "Buncombe, ? Madisonf; , I J Yancy, Mitchell, Watauga, BurRellIcDowell!: 4 : I Kutueriora ani roiK, wan outers to .report to ij Brigadier General R. B. V'auce, .' ippnfederat Officer having command of ftheWfesfern Distfictu of North Carolina, ind having so- reported ano' A MBurnsviile, Yancy county, N. 0. 1 hereby, en te I .1. . j...: e ; j ...icL. :. 1 ' , 1.'- , k. UpUU fUe. UUUBB Ul .ttUU .VUlCtt .---.., , ; i: The following compose the Staff oj 'thoCom manding Officer, and will bo respected as Such Maiior James R. Neill, A. Q. M. t - r. I Major :David M. Young; A:-C S. s' ! j Major Crkkij F. Youmj, A.- Adjutant and In spector General. . :. r .' ' ' Captain Nicholas W. IYJcElrot, A D; C.. ' . Oscar M. Lewis, Surgeon. , . ' ; . r , . JWHN W. McELROY, Brig. Gen., . Comdg. 1st Brigade C. C! Home Guards October 15: : General Qrder, 'No. 2f - Headquarters, 1st Brigad 1 Home Guards, Burnsville, Yan; r. . '; - iOctrtherjD Commanding Officers of Battnj nies of Honie Guards, in the Is Carolinrf H omaUikl to' tne' at these' Headquarters tl condition ot their commands, th in -each company, the; number, aira arms,' amount of ammunirton, &c. .All furloughed officers and soldiers, wt Brigade, whose tuiloughs, hayo-expired. who ate absent- from their' commands 'jwithou leave ot .absence, are hereby ordered to' return to their commands' without further delay.' J. W. McELROY, Brig. Gen.' :r; j Coradg 1st Brigade N. C. Home .Guardsi r n 41 1 i anirw 1 -Ml 1! j Coniederate..axi( rglHE Assessor s Lists tor the Counties 0 I' Buncombe and Madison,1 are! now; ; nledipn'ol 1 -t will be open" to the i'nspfectiou f all persons, at, my office at-the -Court House in Ashevjlle; until the 2tth instant: durio.wliieh time aijy .pepsoujj or -persons reeling inemseiTes aggrieveu,-. may . Die me; grpuna .01 compxaiut .111 writing,1 wniCJi ijaid Complaints will beexaimned,and, decidedu? between the s,aid 21Ub lnufanti and 'the 5th 6 X' . - L.I . . . "'. . . ) . - ';'-'.'- I will att'endlat the following times and place to receive the Confederate Tax to wit: : At Wi F. Davidson's on Friday the 13th ( of Novlomberi- next.) At George'C. Alexanderfs; on Saturday. the 14thv At L. C, Clavtdn's. on Cane CteelinM 1 Monday the 16th. At James E. Reed's on Tues d ay . l h e 1 7th . , At J a ckso n , S h ip hi an' s, '' onJ A v e- ry's Creek, on: Thursday the 19th. H At Wrn. Li Henry's on Friday the 20th.. ;At Samuel Bi (the. 21st. At John, II 4f the 24th. At the tvfti; Gudecr's on Saturday Plemruons' on Tuesday he V BLAIR, 'ille, N. tf AsheTille, Oflt. 22,-;863. .A-'ycW'Bfahkfivrerijeton hand at mix- inure. - - tf Public Sgeakiiigy I wip rqak at the following times and places: anon, ; r ,"1? ton, Thursday, r . . Columbus, Marshall, Leicester,-! . a v ..'rii it Burnsville, October ,17 44- .19 20 it November -22- 21 27 30 31 2 Saturday, Tuesday! .", ,.Frjday, 'vijvj Saturday, Moftday,! ' . .! Baker8ville, MitchelrCo;;; Tue?day, Nov. 3 j For the convenience of those persons in the town of Asheviflfe who iarinot .attend; puSlic speaking in he day timeV:t.I Willi speak at that place on Thursday night; Oct. 29tU at 7 o'clock. of Leicester on Wednesday the 25th: A( Ri Wi Patty's Thursday the 26th. At Asheville Fri-I day arid : Saturday the 27th and 28th"i At'M M.isWeaver's on Tuesda tiie 1st of - December At'G. J. D. Garrison's on Wednesday , the 2nd anfl at'John Carter's'.on Thursday tne"5frd Those failing to attend and' pay' their taxes will iorlerC 10 per cer.,Taeaabiy to h4 Ta. Act. . ' '-.v.:.-. 'rv. V,?, - ' V'' Coilectort7r 55th District.. :t'- '-: .,1 lloiil the flubscrlber's farm .in McDowoi& J county, :.ouie iwo moums ago, h targe or ecr wilt prooaoiy weign six or seyeunuureu pounas j 7n&r 8 years old' most lyr blacky perhaps a Jittlar f Hhiieoahis belly,"larfer- horns; stdhdjn g : wldc ' apart and, turning back a littlel t; The ear mark, not recolleoCed. He was .raised jin Geor-giarand; max try i ng 4o raak iysf way -back Aace?l4 1 j 8pnable reward will be paid for informaiion con4 ' cerning him. 'j " Address J me at -Turkey Covfi- P.! I OiV McDowell county, r ' OSEPH! REID. October 15, 1863. . .-Vii. , t' v? -vJ-rit"X 2 ' -I Land for Sale. r ACRES OF,XAND,.on.tho Springs Road, 4 miles from Ash can be bought of ! W. L. HENRY. 4 0ct.,16thy 1 863. -fx . , . i-U.' : tf -SulpBoT . H: p.- ,8hevillei:y(.';r.i: Raw.Cotton. 4.HAVE RAW. COTTON lo exchangs for BufU fr- tier," Eggsi and jChicXenC. i TM":::, . I - -.:- " Jtily 183. -'.-' :;v 4 ,v if ; itrf : i - 'f MARyvp Jt.rj.WlN; i - .t j ", AT 41.

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