NP, IE 3/3A/1864

From the Iredell Express {Statesville, N. C.}
March 3, 1864
Arrival of Cars
   Samuel B. Jones, Esq., Superintendent of the Memphis & Ohio Railroad, is in this city, having brought on a portion of the rolling stock of his road, which has been turned over to the Charlotte {& South Carolina} Road. The Richmond & Danville and Selma, Ala. {Alabama & Mississippi Rivers}, Roads have likewise come in for a share of the distribution. This addition will make the Charlotte one of the best equipped roads in the Confederacy. We learn from Mr. Jones that, with the exception of two engines, left in Vicksburg by order of Gen. Pemberton, no engines or stock on the Memphis & Ohio Road have been destroyed since the fall of that city.
Columbia Carolinian