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prft Carolina Sttljtg.
Tuesday, July 8, 1862.
ITR. R. Wskr field, Faq., of Lenoir, hat con.
vented to act. end it our emhoriied agent. He
receive order for the V 1110, bunks or asver
tieemenls, and receipt for the same. Any person
nseribing who psy tu him Within thrae month
will receive the Wmw for two dollar.
We are authorial nnouc tn1 C- B" W
A LEX 4. N I'Lll , '"'Uiiiale tue counly ol
MerUrtir.ij-e - a"laljr ,l lb ' lotion..
JfNE 10-,l, ld
3" The friends of John L.
p.0 N announce h i in as a candidate to repre
wnl Mecklenburg county ia lite IJ'iuc of Cora
biio of liie mil General Assembly o! .Vlii
E.ectinti on the first Tfcurscsy in August,
June 17, ltea. ' tue
That u-t takt ad kinds of country pro. . rjj.j bay, .lin the last vandal in front ofjniy. .bestial, they have lost no opportunity to
o'uee in exchange Jor t'ne Ii htg. Efg, i the devoved City. j I had no idea of writing so long a letter, , visit their inhuman wrath upon the bodies
Butler, Lu?ds CLicKti s, in fact anything The forty second Regiment is at present and must be yours and tiie readers pr- of the living and the dead of the Coofeder
i',ut is in the riurktt. ! stationed at this place, bat the probabili-! don owing to tbo scarcity of pap?r letters ! army that have falUu into their bands.
! sjeJ r tlaat it will be ordered to join old these times should be brief. I shall write ;()n jsterdsv, some of our forces, in pass
Wood., j Stonewall, in the course of a few days. ! again soon and enli7or ti kp jn pn. jiisg over tlia deserted camp groaud of the
These of our country ftiends who intend 1 When this event oceurs the North Carolina ted on affairs ia tliis scciioa of (ue 'O.J , f uit i ve. dicovered thrre Louisiana aol-
paring tbeir subscriptions in wood, will i ,0jS J,av, plenty of work to do for j
couf'.r a favor npoa us by bringing it in asjlctSOn never permits the grass to grow;
sood as possible. nnder bis horses foot. And this is right.!
' Jackson, in bis eireer has demonstrated,
Letter tie ciila from James Obey j
dier, Lfquiie, too late for this weeks paper
we eha.'r publUh it in oar next.
idsy morning opened cloudy and j
e:ol but La again become clear and wsrm '
"Ob we stga for the days of Lemn a and ;
Ice to retort. i
A uerro n:sc was ir.stsEtlv ki'led on '
Thursday on tbe N. C. Kail Road be was
lajiog will Lis ttad upon tL- trick, and
the eogineer not'eeeiifg i.ia until too late'
to s:cp tLe ec ice, bis bet a was sev.reu
from bis body.6 iL jury of inqitst should
eeosare the company for employinz n-?ro
Cs" Friday btiog tee 4th Ju'y every one
seemed ta fr.juy thcmrelvc", several fl'gs
were Siio.' ia' t:.e City, we noticed ODe
large Confederate 2g over the Gotem
Bt,t w;rk-flops. Wc sliould think our
c.iixens wjj'.J bate mors cf t!iee fiag-', in
coi towr scd ci'ie joa can generally see
large t in-Lfrs 2 leg in tie wind.
TV (Jjr enlre community was startled
frcm tl-.lr usal j-aietude on Thursday mor
Litis: la-t, by the arrival of the mortal r
mais oar lato c2:ita Cbl. Chas. C. Lee,
it tv-.k every cce ty surprise, the lbt de
tpatc'u from Lim sttd " all was well," he
ciei ahiie galiattly leading on his men to
Tictary.' Thus bas died oron the altar of
Lie cciuurj one of nature's noblemen, none
ki-ew Lira but to love Li.'ij,
a gentleman, a
tc'oo'.ar and a true soitiier Las fallen. May:
Lis mojuu,eLi a Lv.iiLS gratitude
to Lui ashes.
Oa Saturday a di-patch was recti v
ei in this City statibg that seventy-five
wouuded and net so,diers would arrive
bffe in the Nortbern train, tbe Ladies' of
Cbari-jiiii; turned gji " tt masse with ev
ery iLi'ijj pr'partd fjr them, a largu tabls
wa piai '.l tLe L'.'pot and loaded with
ereaiuie cmfurta fr tiieiu, aijl th a'j'.diers
beip-d ttit-ieitr'e. thoae that were unable
Ci a I Li ijt.!
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teen tented ui i ta be Lited up for Ue
aecouim-jdati-jfj of wounded and sick aol
dir, wbo may arrive Ure tbi are unable
.to pt'-ettd tu tui.r j-;uriiey.
' tied bitts tbe La J.eii," jod hpeed theus
iu tLe.r f nat aud gi...rivas work.
As v. preatcud a few week. a;-o tb
i iiMit a w.r t-ry cu io Jiicbitoud
proveJ a failure, thev ma inJeed aaj fare -
: 1 : tbea
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wut.r. fcr.;f . but tu ban vaDiibed as
tteuiorLieg dtw Lfre in. riritr .uu, fcr
i i, . iucu. ui mc aauaee rice, Kill u um uefu, ,,,,, Colore eaiinr liapier il.cv , .. r .
to ataud at tl.e table had tbeir aupper ; . , , . , I V , . leaun i.oaever n.y, d u d received by
. reserved for my vision ubul tow to behold I aucceeded iu Lno ' the Zaidee, nd thcrchy : .. , ,v, ., .
kaiicei to iLem in tbe cars, another iot ar-1 ., , , . . . , , A. , rli ., , . ! .Major .lyo. I be ijeneral was particular-
i tbe hardest ar(v that the sua of beaten destroyed tiosu vt-l a:id caro two it- ( ' i- ;,' ,i . ,- r, .
n.ed on bu.,.Iay Morning aud they were . ' J " , , t r cor, ,i5tin of 't b-rriti- td marker-' ,y- "o,,,e1,t0UB tbat D0 'odigmty ahould be
, r .. ' . lever .boo. upon. Tbe moat of them are tr c "l3lln. 01 .? ri,)ff ' "l " ! offered bun, when he was cmpbaiieally as
tr. a-.d in a Use ioat,or. i repidest John . . . . . . . . . , , , el. Uuiing tb Srinjr from Fort Cawt- , i . vi , .
.. . , : brfooted and bareheaded aod atgetber: .,r.i i . .... Maurep by .Mujor Mayo that be bad not fal-
ti a f n,r . ..ti, firosiiji road used peer 6 . oue or tin- r i B - ' J earnioti in tiiat ri acu x- i .i , , , , i
r ....l .ron reused every lfc b retber , irtsaof v and it' i band of a aoldiory Unac'piain-
'I.iul to m. itv tttru eomfjrianie, be de- ; , , . ... f , . J p V i V , , J' ' ' ted with the u.ra of civilised warlare
... soidier Ue. 1 do not know bow tbey were , is believed, wouudni' a fourth. I,. , . u ., ., ,
,.,r,,i tL Iiu. f, rl.,..r ...... I J i ,! gr m II c teuT t. AI b( ,a I w aa t hp n wnl in
months McCleH.n ha. been tracing his men I
and horse., ever, nerve was strained, evert
f.cilUj wa. granted to tbe grand wtmj in
it. "on to Richmond," when w. last heard j
from Mr. Yank, ho was in full retreat lea
ting everything behind, our Tiotorious ar
my in close pursuit, great many prisoners
have ben taken amounting to thousand,
among them many officers of rank, every
thing is kept secret from the Northern press
but look-out for a storm upon McClellan
his reputation is lost forever not a single
battle has been won by him. We further
predict that the issue of this battle will be
a reaotton at the North, already a light
! ahinna thronph the cloora. No doubt our
loss has been heavy, and the enemy's also,
but our troops had driven tbem back: witn
the bayonet, batteriea of atrength to tae,
nd thev have done it uobly.
Our Virginia Correspondence.
Camp Nbar Lynchbiro, Va.,
June 2!tb, 1P62.
I Dear Whig .I has been so loBg since j as they pleaso at any rata. Still there will Io regard to tho result of toe whole fight
! I have had a glance of thy once familiar j be a day of reckoning some day. ; iog, the Enqiirer .of the 5tb says :
I face tbst I would scarcely recogniae thee J I had thought of drawing a corapari-ioo Suffice it to say that enough is already
j now, and jet me-thiok I could not alto- between the 12d and the 1st Regiments, but known to how that God has so blessed the
Igetber forget tbee. The fortune of war has the difference is too groat anJ oomparuons , alor of our soldiers and the skill of our
i ones more thrown your correspondent up- are iomo inuea said to be odious and for i Generals as to grant us a great deliverance
oa the soil of Old Virginia where the enc-
my are at present engaged in their bloody concludeJ to desist. Thero never was but broken aod captured, routed or dotroyed.
work. Richmond the present theatre of ' one first Regiment aod it will be long be- , Xue full extent of our victory, won by a
action will I am confident be able to with- fore we shall look upon its like again. J week's hard fighting, we shall know before
stand the worst assaults of she enemy. Ru-' Speaking of the old first reminds uie that;l0ug. Meanwhile, we have abundant rea
mers are rife in Carop to-day that the strug- 1 I saw Col. W. A. Oweus as we passed . for rrjoiciog and devo it gratitude,
ele in Richmond bas been renewed, and" all ' through Wcldon and bad the pleasure of ta- The advance of our army over the deser-
I hearts are awaiting the tidius witb painful
i. . ... ,
I interest, but you wnl get the ews a soon
I . m An Cm A in merst r-rant that we
,3 e do. God io mercy jrrant that welders to march iorward and meet the eno-
one fact at least, and that is, that the
" rough and tumble" warfare, as we call
it, U decidedly superior to ditches and en- 1
I trenebments. Take for instance, York-
town, where the first North Carolina Regi-;
m.ot ware engaged for months io throwing '
op breastworks ttntil they were mountain ;
high and what did they avail ? NotLir, :
I absolutely not.un:g. I hey were svtrrenoer-
ed at tu& first signal of a battle and thu
went for naught the labor of months. Up. ;
on the other band Jaekaow invariably nteet.(
the enemy in the open field and is always,
victorious. a uere is oi..i muiiiti piu u aiouuu lue piiik, aui saeara luii uo " '
be regarded in tbi, matter. That .r-1 clean oat tbo whole cro-b,. mu.
.... j -,.iV. itli of excli anee, and ail luciutlrO.
my tnat is entrenched scarcely ever gets J ,, ,l. i.u.
into an engagement, or if they do the en- j
j trenchmcnts are given up and tho battle is i
' at last fought cpon (he open Geld, apon the powder :
other hand, where none of these things are ; The C.nciona'i Cumnurcial sjs
.t.ar. . m..,f. tn on alir f?n r ,n4l!dorl!6 P" 1
c t;ea 0j gunpowder Uuvc becu el.ipptU on-t
duty calls, and all experience, in this war; ,be Kentucky Central railroa! tn.iu during
at least, has proved that this is the only; tbe terrible month of prp iratiou ;n tbe
successful mode cf warfare. We must meet j early history of th; rebellion, and tii-i woo
the enemy. We Oat follow them up and'f liowfcd, 00 k,
. ,, , . , , ed. I he Surveyor of Cuto!us at Loving-
. keep continually upon their track if we ev- ,on La, firoifD sJirmeJ a lhe iuerM.eJ
jer expect to expel them from our land. I bJpWeDU cf this article, aud bn very pro
! would not be understood as opposing these perly refused to si'a any n;orj to pat
i things altogether, for there are times and through without permit from the C'tom
I . , , . , ; Houe, Ciscmniti. Tbo lic-'-ririMia of ixn
! cireomstafice. when they are eminently1 . . ,s f . r. ,
! ' , der sbippea is that uca for tiu-tiuj, but
reefttl, and when not to use them would be . lb,t tbe anjt; Timch S, u.t j ,T canItoti
, the grossest folly ; bat that time is not now. ' and tbere ean be no doubt that iirtle io U
' There never was just such a war as this and
. , . r-. j .i. -u v. ; :
Thr guerilla seems to me to be the only
mode which our country can adopt at lat
in order ta rid the land of the worse than
harV,ariana that r.nr inrat it fn (Kia 1
, . , v t
set myself up as competent to lead either
iuo or armies, still I bare yet tbe right to
; my opinion and the right to express it.
But enough of this.
! Of camp life, your readers perhaps know
! enough already. It ia tbe same daily rou
tine here that is everywhere eLe. Irill
guard and march and drill. We h
here now near three thousand Yankee pru-
.oners takeo by the invincible Jack-too, aod;
i we aro bere to k-uard them. I have seen
the pant fourteen months many speci-:
iuclh ui mc aauaee race, it uas oeeo 4
ei.ijbt but it must bave been pretty tibt
; tinges, for men seldom leave their shoes
' '""'i " MJru "ciuvm iciio lueit mwi
n1 hat behind unlets matter, are pretty
, . . . ..
There is totbitg io tLe stmoubdiug of
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this p:aee that would interest the general
reader. It is rather Landsome thiu other -
w'ue .urrounded bv the JJtuo KidK. Mouo -
t.iu, which gives it a pieture.q,, appear -
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bee. Ib. amen. er. general;, of a so-
; cluble diiooiiioa, u-I tbe fair sex, as far
I tav. had occasion to observe are -to-
traiif tooJ loukine. The hotela are well
1 ktt ,LU the wa-U cf t' inner mau ar'
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, flllli,r ,u.p. ,til! this ..Boot well be
; belf.d io tine like th.se, veget.blc el -
though the, seem to be plenty, are sold at j
almost Jabulous. rates, raw onion. v......
readily at five eents a Vloe iome 006
brought in '-"",,.:::e.
fifiv cents for a siueUlee, at this rate
wiole one .would bring several dollsrs, I-
saw live ones sell readily in the Itiebuioud
market at one dollar a piece. This is prct-
ty steep but the prices of other things are
in proportion. Woe be unto the poor, if tfcU
state of thing continues a great while Ion-
Amid the general c.roitj of everything
they have commenced at iat i
poor soldier. Where we used to get irom
one to three quarters of a pound of pork,
we now only get a half a rund. In bread
we are still more suniea , wnero we utu
to get eighteen ouucea of bread we now get
six or sevan. Our men are compelled to
buy bread every day or do without, one
small loaf of sour bread being our day's
allowance. The things ought not so to
be, but there is u use of complaining-,
tor those that are in authority doj jsi
feai that it would prove a in tVi case I
king him by the hand, he looks we'll and
I,- , .i t '
; hearty and is wsitiug patiently fjr or-
' tier ta nireh iornard and meet the 6D0-
You s respectfully,
Oua Cavsb l.v Kcntccky. From an
article in a Uto number of the Louutiile '
Deniocr tfh appears that tbe spirit of" re-.j ,
; kollinn " i eita'niri in Ivpiitorke. A ear. !
, : . . . f j
Uark;iilo May sl) sijs j
0af towQ u i(raia f J: of -u, nuo-j
. vlt.AroA an tweni'v live
uuder the commanJ of Champ Fi-roa j
It U itiip'.-.-ibie to t 1 what dv prL IjIdus
tbey will commit on their vii?, .i:.ce thsy j
tbey wiil commit on ineir vi.?, .i:.c tusy j
mLa cb,occd te iu Vl4'u ,t'liie lime a,,
eluje ju Kcr..j,0, Lit placed a guird .
- . nutttit fci,owiu. .omebd, in
ii.e s j9 tuppiyin tue " rcoels " witu
viduaV shipments from two to is kc
to swell the az-'reatp. hi lar.'?f in the
rebel portions of tbe .State. One f ict ia
'inificant, acd tnat n, that ai! the reei nt
sbipui';nts Live len to weil liijown rele!
s v tupatuiZ.r.'i in tbe itjUrior, h;i ptauric'i
Union men find no trade for toe ariieie,
probably became rebels would hardly op
ply to tbem for ao article the uso of wbicy ;
is so unequivocal.
Los-i or a Scnoofca Tho schooner
Zaidee, Ciptiau Sjti-son, froji Nanau, N.
; p , fjr Wi.minton, N. C. K t aiiioro oa trie
Main Caie Far bar on Thursday. luornioz
last, 8oou aicer pa-ring tLrouh tbe eiu-my a
vessels. Sin; w4 tu a liort time dii-covcr-
, ,i i r 1 1, .,.i. i.
I c-)umei.ctJ Lou.baid
1 hey c )ntiu
utd tbia for one hour nd a half, aid then
! 8tul lhr" arn ami noard-id the cli o
. (, m i ' i ' l"
A lit Mf. 0M1I S) lA W r UK. ' ,0, .! r. A .
1 was tue feuc5 alluded t? a paod. stron '
; . t. o
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L'oclo Wiil 'ife ir.'
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i Lawyer 'Well wbat sort of a f.uce u
1 it ?'
' Umle Will f bold In - iul 'It. was a Bin.!
! eomle feLc, sir.'
Lawver ftUukln Li bal corner'! the
old gnij Nw, 'j.ji.re, uiil yo olii
the Cuuit by eir;., your deObitiou ot
jiviii your aeUiiitiou ot a
' lijDe'",uf' feuc,! r '
l'Bc; Will 'A bjucombe fenev, sir, i;
; leiice tnut bu.l atioi.-r, byrse hi;,li, uui
J Unci, Wiil was dmDiU.td from th. .t.bd,
j end retired witu lyioj e-jior.
Jom Aff H'n Democrat,
; Latest' from the Battle-Fidd
The Fight Closed,
j ne fjolunbia Caroliuian ,of Sunday says
following despatch was received by
qov , pjCv,en on Saturday night from an
! cgcillj f0urei .
' 1laiM0ND Ju, ,m from tbe field
i (0 uigbt, ai.d regard this serious battle as
; aboulcIost(,( rsultillg in , complete though
fW t ,it vict , our rnl llU
thought that nothing more remaius than to
secure the proporty aud prisencre. The
Inderal cotit ouing tleir retreat, and are
now thirty miles frutn their first position of
of the 27th Juue. Loogstreel and Hill are
in their waks.
'I he Victory.
The Richmond Knqairer states that onr
troops captured 5,000 Yankees on Tburdsy.
j from our enemies. They are diseomfitled,
j ted ground of tho Yankee Vandals, develop
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J dany instances of the most borritile brutal-1
itv. Insnirod with a bitterness intenselvl
nr. .Inspired with a bitterness ntenselv
j cars bariin;; frvtat a tree, wbile the bodies
j of several tit-orgians were lying around
iiiuti'ated with bayonet wonnds, and be
! grimed with dirt We trust the due ven-
! ii'iuc a i.l ha visited uoon ilia (illainon1
I wretches for this glaring violation of all
the rules o respectable warfare. The
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th-ir ranks iu Uioir Li struggle, but its)
effect, like ail the rel they may attempt;
We hear that tbe destrae'ios of stores,
near West Point, by the enemy, iurpaas
j cx!eul taat of any other locality on tbe,
:itje- u,0 ilithmiuA, They were piled:
.jtje- u,0 i;ieiinioI)tl They were al4
UP tSr. wi.b plu timber tctween, to tbe
"eight of sone thirty feet, aed covering
iicj a cjjrter of a'miie iu length The
torch wat then arp'-M'H, and everytbiof
, , , , w !
c-:uj ii iely dextroyed. agoos were bro- ;
ken up so a to render them useless, and!
on', of thu imiuebio iim of army supplies, j
li.-Lin of fj em he saved. F.om Olh-1
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er p'-iH, linefer, bet Weed tbe raoaunkeyj
mcr mi I 11
uiioiid, a coDiiderab'e awonot
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umt r-ccie i nj more is oaiiy arri
vi;i Cf lJ 3eirJy morniag laelve
t!.-j-ail i i oi arim aod several Bus
r.d,i j'luiri hil heen brosbt to tbe Gov-i.n.uj-ut
A Oji, aud a loo train, of w
tvi-.- Lcw; liaJvd, arrived in the after
Mj n (jKtgitAk McCall Gen Field's
briJii.ie its. I mad.- a ehar!. Thu other
liiijivlt vf she divi-iou cnuiiug up lo tbe i
s:i( port of Field", Gliding the enemy routed,
m, .rr 'I ebienii t cciR-rou-ly It,
' F-.dvral Ueueral McCsil, bearing tbie cheer-
i.( and iiii,iakiti tbe sourcu from wbeoe
it came, rude up arid sai i, " Hurra, boya ;
I uni ;iad )ou have held liie battery. Hold
01, jr a abort lim an I reuiforeineiiL will
be up to siintaiu yen!'' lie was aecom
p.iuieJ by Mj r Hi J d if, bis Adjutant (jeo
trzl, M .j jr V. ii lanii, another aid, aod two
.oiiri:t. Su.'p' ctui I tat he bad, perhaps,
tiiadc ti mistake, be anked what regitneot
it m that held the ba'.tery. Aa officer
present replied, the 47th Virginia. On ob-
.i.i- i w.ii:
i , , i j .i ' , . ,
urul t.iddlp afiri tl.p tan Attirifra wKaIt
about and endeavored 10 fcffdCt their eieape.
Tli,. r. r,l .. rnn ..,A Ui.ll.
, ..ira.,h lb bead and kill.rt !...,!..
The other, so far as it known, escaped
without injury. 0-n McCail, being io ad-
' vancc of liis party, was brought to a stand
i by private in tbe 47th regiment, who
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A Caniiid Oi'lNi on. I be London Stan.
j drd clones a leader on lb. inevitable
1 "Aujoriciu tj itin io thee word.:
' "lbs seaaou ix against tbe North : its fiuan
I ces, unless vix;orouly put to riirbts. are on
- ' 1,8 foittt of K'nK J I ! has cem
I '"clf l '.''"- ' "hih
j it eaiui'jt iio-!ibly recede, it a 4 which caa
.carcelf f.l t. make the .L.C,..
t-io 7tcir.U ati'l thu Sjutli perpetual. Its
weaue, -iiort nlitedneas , aud eabauttiou
I ro alio plamly apparent, that not only th.
lureittu .Minuter t VV'abiuten regard tbe
1 war as ou r, but the M.w rork bauker
-loen up ihe.r .trou boxes and deciiu buai-
1 be., uutii tu bjiuuutiiin aud r.in now sup
1 posed te be impending ar. onr. got ev.r."
Kieu. llli .
Oiw. R II. ANDtasON, About 9 o'clook,
on Monday, the brigade of Gen. Anderson
was advanced to the front and drawn up
in Hue of battle. Several volleya were fired
into the woods where the enemy bad the
effect to disperse them, and the fight oloaed
for the evening.' During the engagement,
Gen. Anderson was knocked from his horse
by tbe fragment of a shell strieking him on
the aide of the bead. He wae missed after
the fight was ended, and it was feared that
he bad been captured; but on Tnssday
morning he came in tolerably well, but con
siderably bruised about tho bead.
Charlotte Female Institute.
fU 1HE eiereiaes of this institution will bare
JL eumed on the 1st day of September under
the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Burwelt aided by
competent tcucnoe, in all tlie branulie. Tba
cliwlaatto year will divided inl) two aenione,
one of aiiUen and llieot.'ier of twenty four week
with a vacation of thru jok al cliriatniaa.
For circular containing full particular, m to
term, addrea Sev. R. llurwell, Ciarlotle, N. C.
Julr 8. lB6i. 1m
Tathe Voters of .Mecklenburg
fume week (go my friends announced m cs
a candidal tor lh Legislature, hat not feeling
that it aa convenient for ma to enter the cunts l,
1 lal weea published a eaid declining. On re.
flection, and at the ulicilation ok uuruaroua
friend, 1 have eoucluded to be com a candidal,
and Iborafoc anuouoe myself a u randidal fur
a sent in tk IIoum of Common of ! next Gon.
era I Aaaentbly of North Carolina. In order thai
my poailion may be 'indeaalood 1 will atat lost 1
I am lor Col. Win. Johnatoa for Uavernor, and in
favor of proaeentiug th war until our i ode pen
denee I eubhhd. If my frllu.eilixeal of
Mecklcubnig m proper to elect lue 1 will r
lliern to tu. best of my ability.
K. L. DEAR.MON.
Joly 4 1862.
The friends of Dr. J. B.Alex-
AM'ER announce Uim a a candidal to repro.
sent Mecklenburg eoucty in the llou mf Com.
nionrot the ntttieneial Aaaeiubly ol .Nor lb Caro-
Julv 1 18u2 tl
CORBICTKD Br WILLUMS A OAT 14.
CHAnLOTTt, Jt.Nt 3U leua.
BACON , Ha in a, new. .....lb.... . ..... 2S
Sig,.... i 33
Hog fun, b
g ,unny ,
lir no , A ppl ....... ...
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Wuul,(b;attergia r wa.lieS,. ...
' nnwaslieiJ .,
Twenty haaue Can I'n.t iiameaial eu.p!y ineol
by aiilyiog at lhe Icnvsiupa Unulctorf to.
J.1. islliVfcNS k CO.,
. 0.,.ii Post UAc.
June 17 IK63 It .
r m nu r ti'i.it.
Anul'irr aapply Coni-wtrei it, N il ai Let
Ur I'.per just Ircil'J, -n.l fur sal by
J. U. fil'EVICN3 & CO,
Oppudte Fuat (ifliee.
Jun I7,lf?62. if
,nvi;i.(H'i:i! i;s vi:loii;i i
OC,0', U Knvsli.pes en h.ad and bains manalas.
tared, for al by
J. II. STKVKN3 k CO.,
Opposite Po. I ()!(.
June 17. Ict3.
IIK undersirned takee i In. method to not'
the I. .dies of I'h-riotte, and th surruuml.
ilur Country, that they li.v eng.ige-1 .VI i.. r.
Brown lo tak lull charts ol their 1 1 I.LI NKU V
UKPAK I'MENT, und we would slu th.t w
have received a apiaudid lot of LAOlt.S gauds
suitable lor the season.
isisung oi li r,.i; AHI II f
CI A I.S a suiwrior il:vun,eol Kuuncl, l(ilU .na,
also Uniiiels of every Variety, titr.w, Mvtriopoli
tan, Ural), si. d it Lis, iiuiiuel Matorials ol ail
ahaiics. Blond Laces, fiouches, aud Plaid Sliks,
oVe , 4ic.
Mis UIIOWN will be pleaaed to Wait Upon
all who may oill upon her, and will edduavor Iu
give entire salistaelion, in producing the latest
l.aliion Irom Pane, and A'la Coiifud-r .to sly le,
4v would alau return our hearliell Ihank to
ail who have lavoured u. Willi their patronage,
and we will do our u inott lo merit e contiu
uance, aud moat cordially inviln ciliuna and
etrangars to Visit our caUblishineut bclbre bey.
KAUNWElLLfciU & 151103.
Jun 10, lisbi. if -
ciii., .vi i i ciii:.
MATCH KA fr sale, wholesale and retail by
J. il. STEVENS k CO.,
Uppostle lbs Pest HlBi s.
June 17, 18C. tl
State of North Carolina,
V KXICOriV DlPAETMRNT,
Raleigh Juue 26th, 1862.
Id purauacea of au Ordinance of . the Convcn.
Hum ot tlia Blate, I, Henry '1'. ( lark. Governor
Of North Carolina, du hereby make known that
all cNcer and soldier in tbe service of the State
or of the Confederate Slates who are of the age
of twesly-OBO years and who are citinnt of tin
6tale, or wbo, if within the Stale, tlmll be absent
from their reeective counties at elections liercaf.
ler to be held exigrnciee of the shall permit, shall
be entitled tu vol e for Sheriff, C'lcds cf the Cuun.
ty and Superior Courts and member uf the Gen.
eral Assembly in their respective counties; sliu
also for Giovsmor of the Flute, tleeton lor F.-sm.
dunt and Vice Pnsiiieut of th Confederate Sla!,s
and member of the Confederate Onjieai r,.r
their reapeetive Districts, whenever such election
i tequired by law.
And I do hereby further make known, lln,t
three free holders uf their respective ctniip,t,lr,
under th direelinn of th com m a nil. ng olCccn of
the Regiment lo which they belong, ah. II open
poll on Thursday for holdm. elections in
Stsl being lhe 3ltday of July for this year;
and ,hst said elections ahalf be conducted in all
rSiecl accnrdii'g to the laws of this State.
Th three freeholder afuresaid shall prepare
a fuir cpy of thu votes pulled aod ah .ill transmit
th ssins, with the list of voters, tu the therifla of
of their reclive counties ; and whero fiftVers and
soldieis of th. ame conipaiiitSsli.il in dif.
ferent conntisserdirTerenl l'ongresiuiial Districts,
th said freelioidera ahull scil'y aecnrdmgly and
make returnsjii th alien Ha ol the Uifli-rcut conn,
tie above reierrvdto, who shall euunt Ilia vole
wf th as id fiicer and .uluiers if receive j within
twet'i.iy days after thry sr. esst nn the day of
Th election fur tui year r. for (jovernor,
Meinliers ol the Cisneral Assembly an4 toi SlieritJ'a
f te reapreliv toocties.
lone at Office, in th. city ol Ralrig the day
and year atoieaaid,
Ul.iUIll 1 1 . t.
f m tHKPropriatoroftliis Hut.!,,
JL still si III. punt ready Iu In
Si tli duties of "null btwl" lui't
travelimg public arid uLhera !,
may call on Imp, and Ii rlallera liiuisell lt,i a
eoinfortsbl qaartcr can b fuund with luui as
any wbr in this virimty. Dciog .itujU.i i nr.
ly in lb centre of t'liailutt, Uusiueas Mm wilt
nnU Ibis Hotel a nioal convi nlrnl any c, airabie
I'teatioa. fi bas becal fOu in tii bu.mrta
at tin. aland nearly etg hlenn' yrara, a nd in thai
tune Ii b. wade several addition In in, furmrr
bouse, snd It has been giesliy nlared and nn.
proved, presenting in frcm s two story V Ml AN lA
lOO leel in Itnttli by 14 fret in widlb. Ii.n,i,.n,r j
ahaCcO by lrs on Ihs .ti-e.walk, lr.-Jn, p!,t.
sent proiuesade at all ) irs of lii" oay.
Th House hss bwen thoroughly furnished liiru'.
out, and in every pari uf it creator eou'foru .re
abundant "and t.ngiblc.espeeully in the 1I MSG
KOO.M. where th "inner euan" Is rvnewm"
day by day.
CuaBceteC witb ibis Hotel sre SitablesarT.ird.i
ruuru fur 100 horses, abundantly ruinhe! aitu
grain and provtuilcr,tiei-j4 by failhul snug,
'J be Proprietor feelseonndent inal with bis:, -g
experience and many new advantages JUijrd tu hi.
drain lo pleaa, he prep.rtd to offer hia fi -irnii
and lb " real of mankind," a many enmf.jiu and
as inerh gvod cheer ill bs found (sywlnre,
perh.pa a lilile more a
IT At. ay ra vav IU thrl-::t Hmi.
J B KKRR
OrlaAer 19. If.'. Jli
V iluiiii'loa, I h;irluile and liuttui
ford iiaii Koad.
Wl. it.ll.N I'UlMO.N.
ON and llrr Muti.uy the ) 5b in.l.r.i, i
Pas.engtr sou M.il 'I run lil bt run
Una Mood aany iunu.y. eacepiro) .s
OUI.Nli V t'l.
7 UO A. M.
? 4i '
7 ii A l
f 37 -
II bu a. M.
la 17 P.M.
Mi. run. 1 1 3n A M.
brev.rd, ll 4.
Tucassegee, Ji Ii P. V
Cbarlalie, I bU "
Bj order, V. A MclJKK.
Aeling SI ler of Tr.iiaporUtion.
f.ikroiolon, April 4, leel. !i I
.Tf ; 11,1 A T ''. ilt.it .
en m b a v i m. loeat
m X l imt iutti , re-!ful-
olirits s ahsr ol pabuc
Shop three o-ta hoUtb
of th Maiislun Mn !!.
The Corner DRUG? Store,
NVI-J III; TCI 1 1 SOX sVCO.
A Sl'ould reaetrully e.il alien.
W W lion ft ItM public: Ut li,.ir luffs
and compute ttca now heing i.f.trcd
for I lie t'prmg Trade, ctanating fl
I'iki,., .vl'dicines, t'lieiinoaU, Te-rfumrry, r .ury
Articles, hi, Tururrtine, Uurning PiUiil, Aifo.
hot. Pure Jrlrdic.l M lues and llrsnilira I antun
Tr., t irlrt and liarden heeds, aVe , eV r,
January 17, l-u l. i'Jif
j Parana wishms; l seitln Ibrr Acc.oun r
' Notes wjth f'lll h.'t &. lil-liRUI UIM e h.ve
! aa opportunity ol noipg sn by i.aHu.g at the M"'c
ofA. A. N. M. TaVL. a l.n'l aeh.. we sr ana.
l"US to gut our business arttlol as .
J. 0. liUKUOUGHS.
June 3 .C2. If
Great and Glorious News fur
V.III; MiSSKS Vt VM, lisv
Oomiiieiieed the Millinery
nlu. niukint; ' liun'i
lemselves in Irwin. ' f
nrr, iM.moilliiliil v over lhe Mdi
e.l (111,,, of l, . ('.. J. Iul
flki 'Mi jr "re prepared In cu.
work in kheir line lo tilcste every l.ste. tu every
styl) am) l.aliniii, on lhe mioI iiiiMiernle l ina lur
CA.HII, kW. pii.g coiistaiillyiinhaiid.il a'Xtaof
material for tlua purput. ; and aa luey rp-cl lo
dr.rrtr, they hone Iu receive a Urge and liberal
patronage from lhe l.diea ef this eeill'rt.
May J3, I6W M
Ife t. 1 ' A e"'pl- iln'Kl
tff j "tl f t'lolb. lasamieirs stU
C- f1 I ' "-1. 4 V..tings .Iw.y. on l.ad,
If ll "hi'b will ba iii.ac tour-
tlfl I tf" ' ,", horlr.l n.-lite.
If I till afler lltslalsal uiuon
0 W: -X t' lor 1 1