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Fayetteville observer. (Fayetteville, N.C.) 1851-1865, August 15, 1864, Image 3

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jmsERv K a. FA VIGTTm AicmisTl^ ImVk" Impddknck.-After a weeks w' ‘‘lection. Mr. W. 1\ *; ‘^rUcle in the Stand. o l^th lu which he seema to admit that Gov \ ance ,9 re-eleclel. though he ha., uot vet so n pla n terma. But it is to the followinif extract tTom that lormal addrea.s to the readers ot the Stand- ard that we de.ire to call the attention of our readers- £J tma t ,f Con*rt,tiie pan,, ibr ,l ” however luiich I n,r T f ® Cors-rTaiives, lot-box of tlip 11 «rt the recont union at the bal andperpetvauU If ft lu u con.'iewfd will should be, the Conji«rvative party the importance oi’ with purity, w H dii!.«oiv» thj- principles in their political afniiRtion or n an^ resolve to have no I^LTtlu t “"y with *> R r.-pn.-=Mjii«ViTe of occasions, whether cutt-,el)est:-uc!ivf/o,n n ^ citizen, as fo the Consfrvutivc w;il \ *"*" ^>«>ciPtion., mt.-aritv and t- \ ^ rtstorod to lU* for- anj ..t.,ugUi, »ud will he PnaWed h^re- m-r iM hi-rctofort'. to confMP ' :* ' " and bie.vi-ig., wh'Sf u i >“1 froioitwhL-nit was ti^rmea Lllorr" lira^ from pother part of the same paper:-! tcrselwted^to^bA l.'^^’iSr^^'?^^ o«-m.^ui- Wre count thus ftti- t^eiVtvtiie r a^cerTaiixd. •tmitest sect-- . mu-‘-ouh., vauvt^ -arter the eight Deitructlves Th> d fortj- have more than not two housea consist of one haua?S"auV but generally there are not ^ r ,1. =i«:ven;y menjbfcf.s, 9fty ia their seats Tlie iolnf) 11 hundred and r^iierally therefore, *ve#.” ^o«fvative« and mxtj Dt-Btruc’ Have we not well characterized this an the sub umiiy of impudence? Mr. Holden ha^ been furiou/ ‘Le'foThi^ IL'i s- ttsd !«>** ^^tructivea.” Well, some 50.000 a.» leaving iu.OOO to 12.000 •'Coaservativc, - .u.a.ed. voting tor Holdea. Hereupon Mr Hoi- *wear. that nothing shall separate him from the touaervauve party,- mto which, by a sicgl.vda.h -I Uis pen, he rein8Ut«8 himseU and hia lo or 12 000 louower., cheek by jowl with the 30,000 V^ce ‘‘Conservative*' whom he had just outlawed as “i.e. •trucuves; aad thia self constituted dicUtor, who aaajust been so emphaUcHlly kicked out of all par- l*ei except that to which the deserters have attach ed ihtmselvea, coolly tells the 30,000 that it i? their duty to hav« -no poliucai affiliation or corre^ipon- fletce of any kind with the Destructives," and further that they must have no association with the s»»id Uesunctives, either aii representatives of the people or as citizens: And fur wiiose benefit is this political md social Qoa-iniercourbe to be established? Evi dently for the b.-neut of W W. HolJen. The sig- Booming o! him by the people as their would-be Governor appears not to have satistied his insatiable ambition, but he remembers that Mr Dortch’s Senato rial term will soon expLrv. and that the Legislature Just elected will have that high place to fill once begins to count Loses to ae^ by t hat i„ ttombmations he may manage to band together that oiner object oT hia ionjf uesire^lle proposes that the true and faithful patrioia who have been elected to the Legislature hs friends to Gov. V'ance. to the State and to the Confederacy, shall demean themselves by ooiting with the corporal’.s guard atwat 15 in number, magnified by him into 25—of Holdenitee^: That they shall single out 65 members, elected along with themselves as friends to Vance and the Confederacy, for political and social ostra cism—“have no political afiBliation or correspondence of any kind” with these 65, but ''put »henr outside the pale of his associations.” Really, the impndence of such propositions ia only djualled by its infamy. The Standard takes care not to specify its 2.'> by name. ITie pubHc would doubtless be interested in knowing who they are; also who are the 55 and the 4d. The “Vance Conservatives” were all “Destruc tives’’ before the election. Another characteristic fact is embodied in the ex tract we make. Mr. Holden “holds the sword in me hand”—^metaphorically of course)—but it is not to>>€ used against the yankees—he makes no war them—but it is “for the Destructives.'” have thus presented to our readers this new move tf the Standard and Mr. Uolden—a move in tended obliterate th« condemnation passed upon him by tl« people at the ballot box. It will not do. It is too late. The people of North Carolina go (ox the cause o.' the Confedei;^cy, heart and hand. Dsath or UoL. John R. Murchison.—It will be reccollecl«Kl that this valuable officer and estimable gentleman, Clol. of the 8th N. 0. Troops, was report ed killed on tb^ 1 Rt of June, and afterwards well as certained to be Oi-iy wounded and a prisoner. We are sorry to be obli^J to statr that undoubted in- fbnnation has been ret^'ived of liis death, which oc- enrred on *he 7th ot June, just a week after he was wounded and cupturcd Anotuek Awful Traokdv.—We leam that on Mond.iy last four of the Reserves of Randolph »'oun- ty were shot dead by a party of deserters lying in ambush near Franklinsville in that county. Thia was two days after the similar occurrence in Moore county, of which the particulars were given in our last. We did not learn the names of the four kilk-d in Randolph. DfiHhiETKRs VoiLvu at thk Elkctxon.—It was stated by the Wilrjingtou Journal that four desert ers, coahat-d at that pijce, were allowed to vote at the Jate eleMon (very improperly we think,) and that they voted for Holden, of course. We learn from reliable sources that more than 100 deserters and recusant conscripts appeared at the polls at three precincts in Moore county and voted for Hol- dftn. They were armed desperadoes and the poU holders did not dare to refuse their votes. 15 or 20 Vance men were deterred from voting at one box by these armed traitors. At one precinct in JohuAon county we leam that 2S armed deserters voted for Holden. At one poll in Richmond county abonrt. 20 deserters, armed as usual, appeared and voted for •»folden. And the Conservative learns that 100 de- fiert^ii, voted for Holden at one precinct in Wilke? X)anty. How n’uny in.-tonces of the same Lind there were ^ election we know not. It would bf woll 1*1 collect ii\e evidence of i.l such cabes. Ur. jj would bo showTi that a very conaidf rablti proportion—perhaps one-fourth—of all votes ( uhi for Holden v/ere of that sort. Tali. ( so he a* hat impudent a =?^S?SS5=9ES9BB9KSaSRgsgBeBBaS9l The Charleston Mercury denies that it has “bit terly opposed the Administration,” contending that it has only opposed euoh measures of President Davis as were “in violation of the conatitation” and such as “he put forth to paralyze and defeat the ef forts to carry on the war.” What need have we of further proof than this of the entire correctness of our classification of the Mercury as a bitter oppo nent of the Administration? Who else in this Con federacy besides the Mercury would charge the President with putting forth measures “to paralyze and defeat the efforts to carry on the war?” On the contrary, the country and the world believe that the President has always had a directly opposite purpose in view in all hia measures—that they were all intended to sustain the war, though some of them mis carried, as might reasonably be expected; and sure ly no man is so wise—(unless indeed we may exccpt him of the Mercury)—as to know infallibly, in ad vance, what measures will paralyze and what main tain. In the same artiaie the Mercury says: power was given to protect the fundament al Jaw, by which t^e liberties it guerantfes. aiid the form of £Toverninent it estsblished, shouUi be preserved. Hence, no bill ucder the Government of the United States was ever vutoed by luiy President, from George Washing ton to Janien Huch.'uian, 6uf on the ground of iU uneoti- *titytionality. I’resident Da\i.s has used th« veto {jower as it he a portion of the Ije^islativv' power, iiUhough ^he Constitution e.xpresuly oa^'K ‘"All legi.slative power herein delegated shnll he vesUfi in a Congres*’ of tjie Con federate States. whicli »hall (‘onaiat of a Senate and House of Representatives.” la the Mercury sure of the correctness of the a- bove PtatemcDt about th^ veto? If we had timo to look into the «>ubjcct, we are satibfied that we could show that a b'll was vetoed by a Presiideut unditr the old government simply because o^ mistakes in the dralt, and others apam on the ground of inexpedi ency. liut while we agree that the veto power should be exercised sparingly and with great caution, we deny that there is anything in the Consiituiion itself or in the reeson of the thing to contine it exclusively to questiors ccnifit itionality. Th.' Legislative pow er i.>? indeed ve.stcd in the (Jougres«; but if the Mer cury had prosecuted its researches a little farther it would have seen that every bill, order, or resolution which shall have parsed both Houses, shall h»> gnb- ject to the app’uval or disapproval of the President, and'if he di.sapprove. that it becomes absolutely void unles.^ passed again and bv two-thirds of each House. The Constitution does not, like the Mercu ry, confine the veto power to questions of constitu- tioualuy. its language is plain beyond question, expressly including bill” which shall have pas.sed Congress. And bv reference to the Federal ist. that exposition cf the Ccnstitution by the men who framed it, and t»i‘Story s Commentaries oq it. It will be seen that it was .,itondtd “to preserve the comniunity, not only against uacoastitutional legis lation, but also “againM the effects of faction, pre cipitancy, and temporary e.x^citements, as well as political hostility.-' The Co'^stitutional provision is good enough tor us, without iaterpolathig it it the .Mercury's extra-con^titutiom^l notions. iHK Bur.mnu op Alhxandria, Louisiana. Uf *11 the accounts of yankee meannesa, perfidy and barbarity, which thia war has furnished, we doubt i/, any exceeds that which we copy to-day, written by a yankee and published in a yanVee paper, of the wanton burning of the capital of Louisiana. Let it >^e read by every man, woman and child in the Con federacy, and let it burn deep and ever in their souls keeping alive an inextinguishable determiaation'with God’s blessing never, never, to know such a people rage which can be looked upon without loathing, is the destruction of the property of the cowards and traitors who had united with the yankees and taken their detestable oath of allegiance. It wa.^ wel' that they were not spared—they are furnished with a feeling evidence of the good laith and honor and hu manity of their yankee friends.' •9m T „ „ ■ ■'•'Ve Ira.ve some stalks of oats from whi«h oitissare 7 feet in Wbo cwx bwt thttl ^ Xkuroks as Soldikks.—Tiie North appears to be much disgusted at the reliance placed by Grant up on his negro troops in the assault made upon our works at Petersburg after the springing of his mine on Saturday the 30lh uU. It seems that he sent for ward to that assault eight ne.jro regiments, officered by the very pick of the army, .both as regards edu cation and personal bravery. Sixty of these officers were killed and wounded, and from 1500 to 2000 of the blacks. Ihe officers did their best, by entreaties first and then threats, to induce the negroes to stand their ground; but all. to no purpose—they ran like sheep, in wild disorifler. Heretofore these same yan kee papers have represented that the negroes were among their rjiost gallant and invincible soldiers. They now iltribute the thrusting forward of the negroes to a desire on Lincaln’s part to make politi cal capital out of a great victory which they were to achieve. If they had entered Petersburg after the explosion, it would have secured Lincoln’s re-elec- tion; and GranL, anxiouc to help Lincoln, sent the negroes upon the perilous and important enterprize, without taking the precaution to give them white re serve forces to aid them in case of failure. The New York World says: “This conspicuous instance shows the markfjd inferiority of the colored to the white race in cr ises that demand the utmost bravery and good CQuduct.” 1 his is only one of the lessons that the yar.kees may learn from their meddling with the negrc>€s. Aj.rest ok Robb£rs.—Through the persevering effoits of one of our citizenn who has Hnffen3d heavily by robberies within the last year or two, a baud of ttogro thieves has been diucovered ?'nd several of them arrested and in jail. 'I'he gang consisted of seven, (belonging to C A. .McMilian. Rev. .Mr. Huske, Dr. Haigh, Miss Hadley, f4id A. A. >fc- Kothan,) and various others dealing with them, and they confeased, after detection, to having carried on their night robberies for mooths, having during that time robbed the dwellings, smoke lu'uses. stores 4cc. of Dr. McRiie, Col. E. D. Hall, R. p. Buxton, J. A. I’emberton, Mrs. S. H. Pemberton, T. S. Lut.terlob' E. J. Hale, Mrs. Coit, Si. A. Baker, Col. Robt! Strange, C. T. Haigh Ar Sons, Henry L. Myrover, George W, Williams, and perhaps several others! Indeed, we believe they confessed to all the various stealings, except two, which have harrassed this communitj- for the past year or more. They ar^pear to have hod a branch of their firm in Wilminf >on to which they shipped their surplus, such h/i bacon, fowls, and in one instance a whole barrel, of Supar which they stiole from a boat owner, bu*^i shipped Hv another liiie than hia. We leam that a white mjan nan»ed CcHias-Has Ir st aight caught in the act of gambling with negroes, and sent to jail. A co.ntinuauce of such eflorts to ferret oatrognery i\nd rascality v/ill purify the moral atmosphere, and secure people in the poi>sessi#)n and ftnjo\'mect of ^ihCir property. Let thw irorkd by tej^eorA1*H. KBPOBTB Of TH« PRlSfl ASSOOIATIOW. From Mobtle.—Mobile, August 14.—Major Car roll, Agent for the exchange of priponers, under flag of truce, has visited the enemy’s fleet in the lower Bay to efTect an exchange of the Dauphin Island pri soners. Farragut stated that the prisoners had been placed at the disposal of Gen Canby [Banks’ succes sor in Louisiana,] and he could do nothing. (ien Maury has ordered officers and soldiers to remove their families forthwith. Non-combatants are ordered to leave. A heavy force of the enemy is in North Mispissip- pi, their destination reported to be Mobile. From Mobile—Official account of the Saval Eti~ (latjbineiit.—The naval engagement in Mobile bay on the 6th, (says the Richmond Enquirer of the l‘ith,) though resulting in the final discomfiture of our lit tle fleet, attests the heroism of our sailors, and puts upon record an instance of valor and endurance, under the most unequal circumatanc.es, which will render the ergagement as glorious to the South as it will be memorable. We append the official report which was received by the Secretary of the Navy, on yesterday, from the naval officer in command: Au?.!).—lion. 3 li. Mallorj, Sec’y of the Navy; —■Sir: The enemy st jam* d la through the maiu enlraiice with lour monitors and al^mt 16 heavy vesaels of war. The Tecumseh, command->d by T. A. M. Craven, wo& Fnuk with nearly all her crew, upd als(> •nf'thcr gunlx)at, the I'hillippi. which 1 .“ub.'f'quentlj’' burned. Thu Rich- mo^'d, Hartford and BrooUyu, in Hue of batde, followed by the remainder of the li«et, pushed by Fort Morgan under full heatlway, where they were encount3‘ed by the Tennesse-'. Morgan, Gaiii^.s "and Sthua. The Tennessee and tli9 other vessels steamed ?n close laiige of the a«l- vancuig force aud pcarrd a heavy tire into the leading shipp Af:er a desperate engftgei.ivnt betwceu the fl ;ets 'be Gai.n»'s retired to Morcan ui a sinkintTcondition —the Selma, cut. off, surn ndereil—and the Morgan es caped lo Port Mor^iafi. The Tenuocsee, so far uniujnred.w, «tteam!d towards the whr’le lleet, and after an obatinattt iijjlit, smrendered—her rudder di(-’al>led—her binoke siacK ciuricd away; and, as *ve .-uppo.se, her crew in an exhau^‘-i ed and smothering coadliion. On the Tcune^siee, Ad*ai- rd Buchanan was wvirely wounded by a npliuter in the lej;. »ud two were kill'd and ne^'eral wou’'d»d amon^ her crew. On the G.iines thvre wiTc two killed an1 two wounded. Oo til'! .Morjfan. otr« was wound d. and on th. S"lina there were eight killed, iucludin^ her executive cflicer. Li*. J. il.U»n;j:'.ock, ami seyen were woundt*d. The enHuay •'■utTered sev‘ri''y, and he rcijuested permistsiou i' bury hi 1 dead. Respectfully » G. W. Comd'y C. S. N NOR’fH CAROLINA ELECTION. The Fei1-i al loi ees engaged oou-iisted of shlpi mouti;- ing 2'2i guns. The Coufolcrate force 4 ships, 32 guns. J'Vuin I*tltri>ljur,j.—A brave scout, trom the ene my’s rear, states that there are uudoubted evidences of the diminution of Grant's army, near Petersburg, by the recent withdrawal of forces. The greater portion, if not all of these withdrawals, went down James river. The enemy have burnt Prince George Court House. 'J'his was done from mere wanton- ness.—J\ttrsbu>g Express, Vltk. From ihe ^^ >rth.—Private reliable iuformatiou from the United .States represeats the friends of the administration as very despondent at the gloomy aspect of affairs iu that country. Instead of oaptur ing Richmond, as they confidently expected, they find their own Capital threatened; their currency bt- coming worthless; their debt rapidly increasing; their people threatening resistance to the draft; incipient revolution breaking out in the W'est; and worse thskn ali for Lincoln’s hopes of subjugation, the army de- moraliKeif, and desertions mo2% numerous than new levies. We are told by persons from the U. States that, in looAlities wher** disaffection is greatest, free dom of speech and ot thivpress is suppressed by the military authorities, for if they cannot induce men to go to the front, they can alwayi get any number to act as provost guards, and tyranniza orer their feilow-citizeus.—Sentinti, 12/». Civil n’ur ♦*» IUinut$.—Hzllsbobo’, III., Aug, ■J*>.—On Friday, u band of citizens from Montgomery ci%unty, lUinoifl, numbering about 500 men, weii moVQted and well armed, marched in the direction ol Va;-v Burensbarg, boutheast of Hillsboro’, agaiuet the n otorious Col Clingman and his band of guerillas. On S 'Jtnrday they encountered the enemy several times. A httle east of V'an Bureneburg our boys were firm'd upon by a band of cut-throats, numw^- ing Sw«. eiifht miles norta-west or 'raoaaiia, near Xaroar Springs, and received and returned their tire. Our boya killed o.ie horse and wounded several guerillas. The rebels thi^n took to the bosh. During Satu’viay the men were scattered through the woods and captured ubout twenty prisoners, five horses, and a lot of camp «^ttipage taken from u camp from which the eneay had hastily departed. On Sunday the command returned to Hillsboro.’ Before leavinsr they discharged all but five of the prisoners. The five, on their arrival at Hillsboro’, were admitted to bail in tjie sum of $1000 each. Davis, the man who carries the Democratic party ot Montgomery county m hia breeches poctet, bailed the entire lot. The great majority i9f those engaged in these dis turbances have uken to» the Oakaw bottoms. These desperadoes are led by .a man who calls himself Col. CliugmaB, and claims U) act under a commission from the Confederate Government His men are sworn in the Confederate *ervice. There is another band of horse thieves, burglars, murderers, deserters froci bwtii armies, and Copper heads, in the same vicinity, under command of the notorious John Carlin. , , The whole country round about this place is great ly excited. 'I'he citizens of Hillsboro’ are in momen tary e.xpectation of attack. The town has been pa trolled nightly for moro than a week, and all the roads leading thereto strongly picktte^. They lear the reitols will execute their threats of baming the town. U. S. Marshal Piiiilips is now ttere, and it ia ex pected a regiment of inl'aatry will arrive to-day or to-morrow. A delegation reached this village this morning from the insurgents in the vitiimiy of V'an Burens- burg, with a demand froia Col. CJiagman for the re turn of the five horses captured by our men on Sat urday last, and a threat lo burn the town 11 the de mand wai no'u complied witu. 'I’he horses will not. be given np.—Corr. Chicn>j(j Timts. Rthel and U. S. ^"^tocks.—The London correspon- dont of the Herald, writing under date of July 2‘2d, aaye: “Rebel bond? experienced a great improvement, about a week or ten days Afro—at the time Grant failed to take Petersburg—and 1 hear of one man who purchase d sixty thousand pounds^of ttieui, and realized si.x thousand pounds sterling profit (an ap preciation fjf len per cent.) iu about a week. These rebel bon?.s are worth twenty per cent, mors than Mr. Chase’s United States sixes, and will coutiuue to be untM Wilmington is captured.” Chesij^oeafce and Ohio Canal.—The President of the Che sapeake and Ohio Canal states that the damage done to the Canal and to the boats by the late reb el raid, will keep back over 100,000 tons of coal fr om the Washington market this season. Workn len have been emp’oyed upon the b=»dly dum- agred 3 ection of the Canal at Antietam, but the rebel forces in the vicinity have driven them away. Ma .xnnilian Seud% a Cuinmiasi(jncr lo ihe C- n- fed^^j urif.—It is asserted, says the New York Her ald. by the Southern ftyrapathizers in New Orleans that Maximilian has already sent privately a com- mi? sioner to the rebel authorities at Richmond. Tb e most jubilant individuals in the world are the B&cessionists of this city, who boast that the Con- ffideracy will be recognized by Prance and England within three months. Last Obs Caldwell, Gates, Lenoir; McDowell, Haywood, * Jftckson. Macon, Franklin, Pasquotank, CO Cos., 43,o2.’i .541 275 615 477 37» 275 312 84G 1X»R OOVEKXOK. 1SG4. lSti-2. ^’’ance. TTohl-u. Vancfl Johnston. 11,3S4 84 0 75 07 103 71 78 C2 42.9C:> 838 0 •Jt;7 728 y G04 0 l>;;; 18,298 40 0 140 104 0 117 0 378 20 property. OrOI^S AND writes::— Let the good work go on. Politics in M(>obe.—A subscriber “I tiimk our crops will l,e very good in t.Ms sectio.n. [ Ibnto BB* 1 wmld ^ Yankee Tug Destroyed.—The Wilmington Jonr- nal says that a n?w yankee tug got a^^round not far from Bald head, a week or two ag'O, and to prevent her falling -nto our hands the yankees burned her. Ckops in Ra.^dolph.—A .-^'>9criber ’vrites:— “0 rn is loGkicg lin**; w ilh a few more raius it will be a ''firy g'K>d crop. As fo wheat, 1 Ivivo been a miller tor iiO ye;trs, aii 1 1 never .saw bwttcr than the last crop, to yield flour, and of the tiiKi'^t (jualifcy.” SoRouo.—The gentleman whose letter we pnb- li?l*2d a few weeks ago cautioning the pubHc of'Hinat allow'ng their c'ttie to eat the green leaves and Guckers of the Sorgho plant, writes as now -8 follows: “What I vrrow you alwut the Chinese ?ugar Ouq is all 1-^ t£ue^ ari}L«nrto mcr; ^ 3;’)» maj. Counties. 47.600 11,874 40,099 19^97 Muechuow’c Cavai.rv,—The Sberift received ou Saturday the vote for members ot the Legislature in this company, D, 3d Cava’ry, as follows: Senate: W.B. Wright 20; R. McDaniel 4; Shaw •> Commons: \V. M McNeill 36; Jas Ki;kpatrick 15; Hon. J G. bbephrrd 14; A. J. B-thnne 7, A D McLean «; M. J. McDuffie 3; Neill McKay 2 rhe return does not affect the result as hert!tofore announced. The \ ote of prpuw—K KXA.\svn,LK, Au". 13. —Messrs. E. J. Hnle Ac Sons; I noticed iu today’s Observer the Duplin election is down wrong. Be low I will give you the correct statement; Governor; Van e 953; Holden 65. Senate: V\ rc. R. iV urd 418; Jno. D. Stanford 390 Commous; Zach. Smith 410; R. B. Houston 367; A. M. Faison 360. Sheriff: J. \V. Kinsou 760; W. G. Broadhorst 88. I he above is the official vote. /Tit Disasti’i' of tUf '1 hirtitth. Jidy.—Akmy of iHK PoxoMAC, August 3.—Twilight yesterday was itOt dark (iuough to h;de the : hau.e of the tme sol diers of the Army of the Potomac, kindled by the leading of tho first accouuta iu the New York citv pipers of the last attempt i:'aue to take Petersburg I'y storm. The displayed headings—“Explosion of c MiLe Under the Bobol Works! ’ “A Battery rl Sixteeu Guns BloNm IJpI” “The Gfaud Assault on the Rebel Defenc* si “’I’hreo Tiers of Earthworks Carried!”—provoked exclamations of astonishmen', tLuflied under niortification and sorrow, (ilorious news from Petersljurg! Whyl G, swindled people! the ink that made *ha lie that gave to f-ise journal ism in New \ort its last scusatiou v/as uot yet spread ou the typen, while every drummer-boy and mule driver in tue Army of the'*Potomac knew that a crowuing disRiiter and a crowning disgrace had happened to it, and the number of our killed, wound ed and missing was whispered among them to b« flvfi thousand. “'I’hree tiers of earthworks carried!" Aye, carried as Pharaoh's cavalry and war chariot eers carried the Uud Sra—curried precisely iu that way. “The Grand A.ssault o" the Rebel Defences!” Wf-y, the very oruetlien around headquarters inquire of each other in undertones if somebody is not to be hung for that aflair of Saturday, and th j negroes wcu black bools and wait en table, criticise the criuie and blundering of the 30th, with the feeling which the useless destruction of soldiers inspires, and the impatienca of men who witness the wanton waste of successes aud oppoxtuuities. What waa ihe atl’au’ of Saturday? 1 will only eay genei-ally, that the commander of the corps charged With the duty of makiiig the assault, did not accom pany the troops that lea it; that not a commander of a division of ttie corps ai compauied the troops; that the work was left entirely to brigade commanders; that tbe charge made by the leadmg force icas not •uyportcd for thrttt iunrtcrs an hour; that when the support came up to and entered in the c ater produced by the explosion of the mine, it found it full of the advance, in a neceasanly disordered state; that the delay in supporting the leading charge ^v« the rebels time to reco.'er *rom the confuaion and terror caused by the explosion, to gather opp«)t>ite the breach all their available force, to drive back mto the crater the force that hai advanced beyond It, tv) train upon the fatal pit all their artillery, to rain into it a fite of musketry, grape- and canister, mat tore reinorseie^siy, and without th3 possiDiUty of error of aim, tiie tolid mass of wiiggung, heaviLg, twisting, craWitng, L^lpiess soldiers, oiack aud v-hiie, that, inextricably iniermingied. aeiied all attempts exiricdte tha^Thu^^iH^f «pon The pit beforo ii could t>« uuipued. 1 as sured that we l^ft in it, of dead a„d wounded end captured, and have under treatment luis side of ii of wounded, 5,000 men. Corratpuruicncc \tw I'urk Tribu,m. Jas. A. Long, Esq. formerly Editor of the Greeah- borough Patriot, died at his residence in that towa ou the 1st ins^, o*‘ consamption. lie was a gradu ate of the University, aud a member of the Bar; but he was best known as the Editor of the Patriot, iu which he displayed not only a rare fund of wit aud humor, but a great deal of ability and zeal as a con sistent politician of the old Henry Clay Whig school. FOR THK OBSSKVKR. T!)e Cumberland Uosplial Association acknowledges the receipt of i^lJil trom the “lligii Schjjol Knitting So- eiety; JluOfrom I'l. H, carver, aud $30 Iroia Mrs. Jon athan Lvana. FOK THE OBSERVKR. A Jury of Inquest was held over iho ol Jauic.-* ii«wden on Saturday, Aug. 18. Jt'erdiel of U»e Jury ir, that he came to uis deabii by a load discharged from a gun iu the hands of hi-* son, John W . Bowuen. ISAA HULLINGSWOHTH, Coroner. j FArETTEVTLLlS BIARKET.—Aug. 15 Bi3VIK'>7 Ot' TVS WARXjST. Bsooa ¥4 Fork 2 60. L .-d $i. Btef 1 00 to 1 60 per >)cu»d, leiftil. Beeewas 3 Ot‘. D*.itier 6 00 to C Od. * (Jc'.toH 1 50 to > 76. Catcee 12 60t-> 16 03. a Y%iQ—20 00 to 4o 00 per ;»trtj, retrii $5. Dried Fruit 1 00 lo ^ 00 f>r I'j. 2 PO per dcicn. Lcgwaed 0 00 to 6 00 per Ib F-'ir—Super, ?1C0, Family, $1«0 Fcd 8 00 * 0 to CO per bu. fV'.WJ 1000. Hay 8 00. ShuckB 12 SO Apples 4 00 to 5 OO p«r busLel iinby- Cora 20 to !)>22 60 Wheel i« liMO Kye «20 $10. Pets 18 Co mdM-^rwai 2 60 lo 3 50. dry 5 0^ >•) 6 00. IroB—BTTfldes 3 CO lo S 50. -Upper 17 Oi^, Solo 16 00 Ijq'’ —I'crn $16 00 »o to Applj lit ro 0«1 if Vix’-es, ooontry 30 00 to 85 Oft d' 6 GO ref»!t. NisiV 3 of) to 4 0*^ per Ih. O ji?ns 20 00 per bushel. —IriBh to $6 ^'tsh; swcfl* fo yj >•'-. h'C3 ^ b' J?sk S 0.* por bb’; retail ft CO io 1© 1(0. ri. -ip—Bar a 00 par ib., Toil»t f OO Ttirpeatiae 3 OC per >L.llor> 4-4 1 40 tu S Tj. 3»It -iO 00 kO 35 00 por bushel. T w 3 00 lo 8 60. Wool 5 W t, (i tfO. Ci.iTiHtH by E L Pamnst-'n. ■■ ii jg On the 10th inst, by A. .McIntyre, Esq., G. W. Mc- CULLOL'‘-*H of S C. to Jt!i.ss P. A MALO^iE, youngt^.'st daughter of >V m. and Klizabeth Malone of Chatham couaty, N. C. Bii», At Carthage, C., July 2bth, suddenly of aui'ulexy, Mr. ILLlAjtt COL’^', ia the 67th year ol liis age. in his death, we are toreibly reniiudtd oi the fact, “ia the midst of lif.j we are in dea'J.,” and are bhowu the ini- t iniance of heoding an im{K>rtaat adiiiocitor}- injunctioi'; "Be ye therefore also ready.” His health hati bueti feeble for .^me months past, but on tho morning of the dav ol his lt*ath he was in his usual heallh; sp*nt the fonmoon at I'.is ordin^y avocation, ate his dinner, walki d to the 1*. O., and without a moment’s warning expired., Fo’-- tuiiately for him, however, lie had in eaiJy jift, attend* d to aid spiritual interest. For 37 years i.e had beea a consistent, upright and devoted member ..f the M. E. t;hure'>, Houth; and for the moat of that time acted in an othcual capacity. He was i>osae.ised of unusual equauimi- •y luiud, and always exhibited that wtire af*ll-control and disinterested boiievolence whion ai oso well calculated t'» secure the approbatwn ol an lutelligt'at comn)unity. I'er.- irien ]>o8t-fc!*scd in a greater degree tho contiJence o' the public, anfl none were laorc worthy of it. Hav ing' coiTcct views of his responsibility as a citizeD, in all hib sets he was controlled by tiiat pure Morality hiutjlit in till! Scriptures, and was especially careful to olmtrve tiie golden nde, “Do unto others as you wonlS t.Sey should do unto you.” As a Christian ho furnished the inotit inc*oDt.;stible evidence of his unfalu-rine trust iu the g.wduesM anl justice of a suj)ericten.^iLi»' Providenc** and i;oflst%rifly gave evid.^nco of a wiUintcifess lo do or to’ s- rter as Divine w.jdom might direct, ikit inU-'rlty of chsracfr arnl purity of l'i« o»unot destroy ihtTavaibi- b'lity of the smallcbt instrument formed by God to brintc UiiU! to his eud. The good und virruouq n:u3t die P’s e.iil came un«peot»!cly to his family and friends, bet he vvas re.-»dy, with nis hous- set in order, flis spirit has eone 7Pose of the just, “for ho was a good man, and full of the ll.dy fTho«t and of faith.” He has left beliind a dt>ej)ly ijflhijted wile, 7 cliildren (one son now held by the enemy a- a pri^^ouer of war,) and a large number of relations and friends, bul tiic’y enjoy th^ consolation of believing he now rests from his labor. ATA'A * arthage, Aug. 1L>. 18o4. county, ^th inst., Mr. •lOHN T. SMITH, 13 the C9th year of his age, leavine two eons and thr*>f daugl.ters, together with a larg:o circle of relatives and frieuiis to mourn his loae An humble Christian, a kind neiirhbor, an affectionate father he niaintniaed a reputation for kindness and inta4n-:tv iii the vfcrious walks of life. jj (V In Clinton, July 21.th JEURY BRYAN. 2 month.i -md 17 days, only child of T. F and Sarah K. Morris lu Bttliimo e. ou the 24th of .Jijnp o,., i-, „ wm KDWAKD V. YATT i>. 1> for :nore th:.,, 50 K'- ;or of tae ii.fluontwl P.»r sh o*’ St. I’eyl’- i„ ril.v. i i ihe 7otti year of his age. ile bar* » ino^t- t'i-jf’'-- guisncd^Divioe, ior many ytars President of ihe I owe nominated for BipJiop -‘ a christiiu) genrhtmua. a riue pchoUr. a faithful, 8el.'-sacrificiiig Miai*t-r of Obrist 0 Wrj^oii, Hor^e and AT AUCTION. ' :Oi^F£DERAT£ TAXES. Thk Confederate Tax A-6e»°orfi for" the Ccanfy of will atttcnd at tbn foilr'^inx times aoJ ' r 1^?'“-, r«r tbc parpos': of a«aeepsing »br ta7.es for 18^4: Et,d'i.y’8 Monday, Sept j R’lk Tnesiay. ^!th. 8 u‘’a. ‘■.'o?a*sda'^, 7th. i KJwsrlB’ii, Thursday. 8tb. I Fri.iav, 9i1. , Doeanl’n, Salorday. 10th. I Harp.Wa X Road”. Monday, 12th ! L IU : Or- ve^ Tti-LdAy, 13tb. Butoc’ Old Field, Wodaesday, IHh lie WlBelow’s, rtur«?ay. I5th l*it(8borou{h, Monday, Taeedty nb ' of Co'--t ’S’eek Ilfywood Thnreday, 8;p' U-IJ Fu f>'rn, Friday, £81. CvaiiTii’B, Sa'uruay, 24th - ; WHi’sijs’p, Mtnf%y, 26'h. J'rr.»^V Qrow^, T Z7*h. n-iUiT’ a's, WetinesJfvy' 28f*’ Tax Peyers of tae County Rre hereby t** t. • !. > 1 ►- ^iis tiroes ard |>’acc8 a'"o?p ar ot thcT re'^fCOti*"’res'Jen-e:! the rs-■ % c"r !vc* If'’, p*-the -» ♦ p'-hj*; t' t iv.-j. n hard aj’. 'w« »d on tie 17tii rf Fi^o-.otry 18*)4 tf.n. of acrc-5 ncd value »v 18^“'^ f'»*» •?, No , 6 t a.' !Lcpt?3, :i!ote.', msoh and j nr ratt'fli N- *luc; ehoep gp»f9, bu/*'}. «'»*(*-} Oats, rye, {mokwaca*, no '• 4 p .as, bLsna, fi'ur, meal, o'-gar. i la"*! liquor Ac , on head, * ' I f '- \:I not awf.:0;ry for family osLt Jgf . I8 i4. I ^• ''Doligld ar’^ ki'cheT: juiniuire, 3 •';V ' mcohanical tic!fl, LiU-icsl ir»>' u i'; , '5??ons, carfa, ; bocks, ’ (I N TUESDAY, the ICth ihst, w:ll be sc’.d Auo- jo^nt rto.-V c ,55,^ »;J e>’,ver eon;, gc d V ] Ho-pe wiigrn aod Ftrneae 1 " "* ^5d*w. b^tl; bjlle, au-! ^tai ' n,Lrt wHh Tnmblin# i xcii»i^o of noa-intw. 'art with Tnmbling tody; 1 P.enk»»'ay; 1 l5.0T”a JOHN U. COOK Aug ]»- . ^obaoo'', » ■ i pea>:, btoca. ibtu-ry ... for tbe r«l im- • oar- r 3J, &C ; .-'s an J ' : r. 'vUCt • 3 : D! U ■- ■« Con f" 'O I'O *i ■:t>jifi r.rcV- it !Ie»s« and Lot onr Wiusiow A.T AUCTION. -'Unfr'Jvv tbe 26 h inat, wit’ be selJ if. Av..‘'.:v’', a l>'CELLING I'OHBE. eifatef' cn Winf'-'t ic ’.V •», side of «aidsi>et, ac.d next Bcuth'f tj*raj:s n Ft') K The P-..ufM! it aerr. ciiJtaiuf 5 roTtii fi-iafc'o, ioable kitchen, gioi 1' of wholasorm. w'*cr, 1S.I-.U ’.-rsi f%ur*h acre ot laud This is a d«e»»^b:" p~o rert” 3''&veal«nt to any part of the town and nefcv *b* A»*ob%1 JOHN H.. COOK, Au‘; ’r Ai,g 16 q^‘2* 0 Tb Mlllen-Flonr BsrreU at Auction N Thvrniay the 25ih 'n?t, will fc# sold a- 2ii3liou. ’ .'0 Bnpiy Flour Bar»-eld JOHN H. COOK . .'rr. Aug ‘2H (.8 *Jt ~iVOTI€E. IVt’FLL at'ecd ihe fiilowiny pUees for purpose cf co'leotio;’ atatft and Ccanty Ta>es cp th? 1»VB !>.pp?iDte4 by t.He Confederate Asfl'>sg*i6 l rrs-je:?- ;af* Tax list" for y«>%r 1884, to-wii: .Ki M j'^eill'j Bridge, on Satarda? Any ‘JO At 71^t cn %Tond»y 22d Au» , a* O I» Bikcr’fl *1 Quwh^4 on Tuesday A»g. “KJ, .lirs J /' M> Ketl an’a. • fiii«t??tcd will Jo well t" HECIOIt HuolleiLL swr kaz IS , f'8 2t Pr‘«v.»tor'9P «opy 1 linre II wr.nt ‘.a c.^ve ycnr i;.i. h ! uy jfii TuO,«*o Brnar.98 tf J TOE. Oi IS : . cct'or othsi , T vtp.iity n :*u ax.d emp'oyed . I a s.,', . a:oc >* fll mca' 7« abrcao ; ! o/ ' 11,1 o-“ iR’xerf f ••op'-rty 5,'3i IX,' j auti P'.. fXf'r'j.t froTB !-:iatior\. Las ., la^'I v.oi'.o.'. j/j.cbciSfci Biioe the Tw . ‘ m’ tt ii 1 I'iited at the am*a£t paid for fi- ' > t i. 'ir raluo m tho yetr 18Ci>. Tj y ai-ft aia* itqaired to ivf>Jar m t of tl»» rrfitv Tjif 'a cu 9v'e9 ^f ■ rop^r'y ruirh^a; I ■j»->7ig 18t>S 'srd 6 iC b^lwe rs the 27>b of F*t>r ' V .804 «nl the lit of Ju’y 18H4 Tb/'^.» a-i;o ‘.-iifcro to f'i Ml aascuct uT tt> r jviviita rf 3&i d 1 be c Le4 '.r • J dc e.' whet: thjy l'?t t«eir Fropctt” failing l-cu to ijrr..der said aoooi’s.1^ »rri have'.rt; r esti- u >1 hy the underfijraed icc,rf’’'!g to !" 0 '-e-j* ia'or- u*fctivii tftf 7 oiiCi get, *n 1 texcd a .ori'is- 1/ Th'^se failing to o*np!y with tt'o r..'''oo »o ilut thet' rr*i; e’ty. Sii. w*Il be held a« «. .-.ult -.r, aud tL»:r Ite* re iirr; . by ihc Aee«,isara aoc^r lij f j t! e beat lii- fi>:iB ucE ?ney can got. J. A Wt>M.\C*i. i . , J J. aiGPGsmt, ^ wilt a;i.«nd w’lh tlio Asaespors to r n ;ax'!'» ^iTiuCi a* to Qiar U. 0. ^'hatiiam -C-’ T-iClt* , Wi«t*!., c JFOK '>??Fn A8. i^.'-drt, ral’icfr Button" S«.’.p 'v=»rf ■Ja-'.. N-j'd’es. Butt'' -. chc’. :io Oil; ul I buy yciir Rlw and g*t •Tv "'f " c Bee h.KO. at J ■V* K 13 65*S‘. I pv* w reiisl. Certificates Wanteu. u « 'T pu 'V t*’ xi-n■ v.-'Jb ■’f 4 ’ {' rl, ^ f yr .i»' f- }' • - to H & R J. 1, LL\* 10 5S nsn vrr Hai; US'.M* ici, . fr ■ I ii Iisdiei*’a3it Ixsatle'-i. n's £ne ' n'i^u ind «h r-f* rw»; It ... • JI 1 ii;i Jo wli I'j c« i on m.; in i l‘*re yo jr ho.t r.i c’,‘i a'Ks j^.oi'd a;' call ■- ax > • ■ o n.» g;ocul tererm -Mi aij vork m i-ot. to rif if it a;e» I wi'l rep-.ir *or nntiiinjr H.'.^f^c'f U.-’, JNO. VAUGtlAr. 3 doora abo e L^'^e. , P iu* Au;' 15 'u6.f B WA.^TEO, V nocta or the remainder of «he a * osfr ri jtlrl r°'d ■. } h".u5ewerk sud thco-»re of elildrti- ’y i-Tutd-auly to K. O't'^SR. ’'■f ^8 fifi-Ttj WAilTCD, A UV)D MEDIUii dlZii KOiirfE fcr C— :-.r A «i- - JOS A’iC.i t IS, Ifefcl UTi.Li' ry ‘f TAX Il¥ OKI»OT, MOOitE COUNTY. i LL ) crjrns are herebT nct'fiad to dcMver the?/ :Uji /i. Cotrcn io L" VN’lt uiolNT08H bj tH.a 2C;n f ' : >jis* or incy wxJl be llab’e to the fi»e-f..i- prna’- IV PertoDR ctepofit'ng !otton at the Gia Hou.,,; -nih izh-t ihx.' Oin-Hoaseaian’s r'-aeiot and rreson> th' mxr. >',(• br the 28th last, or their epiii .itc: b-« •; J" o ’ } j-i :ho eame ■7 .>d'»r of C. R. King, Oapt, and To‘t Q M '•>- ■ b\?\iio. N T- ' C DOWD Q Ay’t f! r. \ ‘.n/ 1, Ib-' t o . -) vr'riTVliU. f V r.“ irvu ';0X'- nc>w ' ■ rx'-hitUK" for ,. t- r'"i.sr j-'V i i yx' for ss'e ■ SiOUP JOHN i’TEr.yii'W 6** O'v A few Important Faotfi IN REOARU TO THE *SOl'THEII9r HEPATIC J-> i"'uY >rrt f* th • b'-fr '•i j . f ia.t by l'.;e disfo7erer now f»r* rgc.' .-’.'iri.. • ci j J- evi.], *.t;d r.»-o s»fi: ! 2. 'ii-'.-y !>r»v3 be^ii known for years aad ».-«*• ’ 1 v j 4 them 'c'3 ‘ I p €• F.-"e iiadreo persons a^c knorn to tsTr beer c;ir*.’ *• tb'n 4 Th'ty arc not r. ooEjreended by tbe ptcpri-lor fo» *!-rmbiiTr. "oat only fcr di£e«>aca rbicU sriee imai di*- ■jr'*?^cd 1 vfii. o and certificatee socompany each b-y md i!)"io ocrMfiaates are from well known frjd njc-: r/* .in--” tjib’e •ndiTridnfc’p Iff? upon piofltfl, also to collect the rjc.., titbe? (with liity m r oein »ddod) uu >3ii'?v I t-ermajter. J M. BYNUM, Col'. 81at l>.oi Wc the -ieepfsn.'s .^sr the tax ia kird : ocucty wir also att*sd at the times > I’cBcd above, to asscse the iitbes up: ' - ^'atit. Eye aad Hay, prodaced this yc.-«r 'B I HO .2-. T. C. Ww>;yi..K, As^spstrs t T :i '.i. PHtobori’’, Augm«* 6 £8 * 1C Coniederate Tas CHE AaB'uaors of L’onrederale Tax (or Mic. c en inty will meet tbe tax payers at tho f^i^owiT g ilauee f.tr lae parpcrsaot reoaiving the trr for the J tK' 16f>4, Tis- .Vt A'*ah’c EdUy’s Sept. 5th; 8h^mbcrg»r j X Hoads Rept. C'apt mowu’sBept 7tfc; Smyrna ;ic*TPl faouSM f.ept 8?»”, bi'Krr’s Bop* 9:h; t3/'’em •.horcl Sejl lOJi; L’ 0 Cs-plrll’s Brpt 12ib; D M Mo’-it-^h’ -r ISth; BloanS p. I4tft; KsUy’a Store b bt 16 1-; iVIc-rris’B StV’t VB b; MoNi*1'''9 S'^pt 17tb; .*•?»*, I'Hli; VpriaitB Sept SOto; Mrs j S yt‘jllfst; ■:'artkaj, j Bept 22i The tis paytr>! of tha county aro hvr*by haHfiet feu vftetv-^ ‘•TVS *.r.d plactbat-ovests«>ed aiiufariisb. c ieet r.trii of tba loiiowing eurj-cts o? *>X' ion on I trd cr htlu or owued c- 17ch d%y cf Fjb ; 1? ►’4. » i; Ni'. of rorct> of iana emplojtd ii aj^rlcutin ; l',o . ••ge ind sei. cf L.avce do dn; No horf."s, inuUs, ex r do ao; No p::»fr^e and rtbw rinu.ufc iapls'aeoit. uj ^'.o, sac t I _-iu?r f.-rrp^rs- “njiloyed in a^rici.itaro \iso. No. a Tw ef an1 other real estaie noi rxai' Cy.. i ia ag- r vjHr-v; , ts;: ^^iid c.x of sla»e8 not cn’T- oyed in hot4«ia. BUiicfi aud j.tiiE d ■; I'io. ot cat- 1.1 o» tL.. 7ii>e 8p**‘jles; Jio 0/ t,i*£“p, ^oii 3 an 1 i>f «^s. ^ Oi ; :rt ' 'j 01 ooucn and *0'’; No. r;un..o .. i,ob*,c- ?■; Nc bus' e.s ourn, wheat, rye. cats rico aai ot.’v^r s. .all g-air; value of p-^tafoea of *>1 Vi-ids, bo^ s, canj oea^ and ril ar nrodu’us cl too farii- c.."Jei. jr -* sw-d. Value of tliur, niesl. su^r 'ao'.*- If ‘2 1 t'Ler grocerifia. goods, waros an;! tu r3li» 2- ii►p r't-rs l!‘4aiira,:n^er, vine/far, Wines, i', -V'-i in a.) :i.:u asi k;!ihen farniiuve pa"u • Ma a. 1 tiDrleweKts, cad all tools of mec cs aid 0 Ofr«. iiusic al .iLslrtnrenta and nil artijes ■ . ;niep ic 1 1 : 3. aed va'ue of xaeons, oerte draja «.ni ,d ct -er ou whee’-i Valae of ah go! i cn > sil r r- rf ap. i 5 V** jjwels. j?welr-.' and waioHes. Vala- f t'OC'k^, n'. 'is, i>i(3 i.res, p’ i&ticg^, Btt>U'^j ;*'i! oib r ▼rr''-s 1.’ arf AH prnp,r,y aad assets t>- ife«. jo’, .t p*ic.f *nrl cj'-poratious, whether L jrai -1 01 aot Gold and silver c gjld dust, gold . i sii*» r Amouat of all soivei.: o.aaita. barjlr r- Is u i h' ■ith,i vy^.jr issued ») curreaoy (ezo'pt u ilon t •x; ^r^," %ocfv-ier*te Iressarr not-'gj aiu not .-lii -loy 1 'li (sxud i.n'.neas. V^la? of all moneys ne bro.i'. bills cf ••‘xot-inga r'n tareiga conatriea. Vii .« ot’ ei# atf^eic? ‘'f pers inal or mixed property not cm ^rrtoed 11 th» ivri.^oin,"' Ti/O ' cllcat- r will attend with the A30053.''T:, at the abovfi r.^^poia meotg for thr? purpose of collect; ■. all the ta7 Uu. 'fee C.ir.fod^'ate Qovemmeti in 'ha 0 "nty. I VANDEd McttlLVARY, « . JOHN C. JAHKSCN, / ‘ '! rXHlK^O- .\ug 12 1834 -also — rji? s fir l»i in Kind w*U - r* tb , , 'i -If '.X purpose of list.*^ f ^‘i' i Hty and VToe . i /i-> - * •>.' ccsO'-Tf ••• j.* nr.'mr- 'H.. >u j E. P. ? A Taira?, 1 . D M SINCLAIR, r■ •?. CO; f fa'o’oad t'crward ^ct. ^ ' *r • R_ l_ ' r ai^L'ijt. »| F tnets of 5ai»pi, a (’3unty arj rpsp'c.f.-i}y re- : I :d mr«!, IHs -rs at the :‘m?s pla. fi ''o TisX)ond0n',? reoowrcnd thc’T: f4j eool f .r r-r D=r.'T.^o, Cijiilp and Fc’-ers, Pr.e«m i.ia Jv.*a- diet, lij 'vjpt'i^ Bilious F.t7*r«, Bilious Bheum-a-'gpi. Wf E7, B;-oeo.bii. n &c. 7 S'»r'.l geMl men fat - that tho i;s? 0. -.'•ip" Pi’ls been to t*'em an ' r»r*ual saving of fro^i SlOO to they are Iho beet rlaotatioo medietas cr'-t of fered to the pnbl’c. 8 ScJas Phy8i7?g,iig of the 1 ijl'est st^ndicg j'-rct^cribo them -o tbelr i.k''^ient8 f rd hut>dre-'s of boxes :h»»r beea .“trld to rci^lar pmotitfoners i 9 Paring the iRsr quarter 2 a'?'"* box»s tav^ been sold to l>rr.ggifllB, ono ic 8‘'ulh Carolina, «nd io N»:rth ''fcr'Hn*—and B'>me time ego ottt 3 700 boxe. Here cr er-’d by DrugRigf'’ in eae town n Virg'aia. fi^Prica. $3 a box. For $80 a dcz».n b^xc* wil* bo sent to any address A very liboial diaojua' tj Drpg-»sts ?»nd oonniry merchanls Cash (new oorreu- oy) '■ 'C' ■'15’' ty d‘re. For 8ale fa >ert!i I'.aroHuJi as Fcllews: Aihev'tlfi. K J .\;ton. » D'eihsr p J' M B;vin.5, rhaue' H'" ''ftiiniltr*. I. hrirl^rc.' y ■ .'lutch'nsi'P, I .-SI' i.i'ir l .b Mosuley, ci. t'iin!**?'. Hi *n| i*( rti. I Knfi. l.'. J I J V '.Vln:ted (>J. f ive I- V Mi, ,\ t>(chUnna & Co r -rtor i U, rrell, tJorils.bi>r*’, l.nriK &. Me rf, llnlii'.x, J ( "’"I* \\ yche fcUo, Li'f iittrti. « p Adll^ j l.ipr.ilnt'in. .> P Sherrlil, 1 IjiHi. i.urr, J » lifjon. I Mar on, W-n WakrfieM, I I’itt*hor(i’, I I.cnj. . Rxlp'^h, Willihms a. Haywcod, I *• H K j Rf>fU-r « I'M. J r I S’iili»bur5% llenuerix'. b. I •* li'irhank «. Oall.-jrar, I She'tiv. P Fr noberccr. j , W O Ucni'cti, I VVhiiev.lle. K Hkvu^s J VVilmingtoo, VV»lk?i ■j •• H McLiin. g li'P las it h'j tax •/Ito'"/ e ci'.t, •ompt- i: ieu is, uaiber. c ; :>er ..J fjrm; ■ urmiTfj a s bfrf ■^r-'?:if’ed. for t!:e purpose 'f !,.• v''v:.r..*, lu Ag-ioii'iur«, frou. ;ae "b ' .n '»;*’c»» 13 *0 dfdrtctod tift X '. VQ c. •t ’n ■ Al- .V't hi.'.e p’Oj;eriy to rrc ly '-croe jri ’.i tbeir !^^l8 pr.v -rt. b -r. :i C *f,te • may h« f aved and bi'» r? - c'.; i Tbe pioforty req *iritc be . or of no ei of iaui iu oul*!v»fi ’>', :ht rr.- ci ti, slaves worked ou tho f»>ro, tr., 1 jise'., uiulca and oxsn u??! in ou’t'^'riiEj: 1 a oorreot I'st of a'll the ploughs an t o'’i‘:r ’ £me»its; u d all otiicr property ‘-re net ppci^liicd above. v'.« wi.'i bs 3.t C LJ'\r Ta3."*aj, lot's sr i tt Aa^;. r .’r i7(a. ^to bro' .’*- d .v' 18:h. iirl! ^ ?. l‘t'.r. Lii'fr- Ji' n.-i*-, iJrnJfy^ 2*u. I'L inal, TU'.a ay 23 ? V'.n^o, V/edu. ' d.iy, 24ih 3f'cD*id5''s. *tu!‘ci*y, 27tli Li. b'in, lVT(,r;c‘y, ■•9tli. Taylor’s I ncjjc, Tuccfr.*, 80'h. Tortey, Wedjesd**, olat MILR8 &. OWm, Ass£^-:or. Aug. f. 8 The Ijid to be Msted i? ibo land ru!‘;Ya*sd ia I860 V p Q Rock[ngh’»m« Bfclnnond fo. ^. c. l Auj-j'-’ jfc.;4 r TFi uodern'cr^d T'r^uW resp.oifully is'irru k'.i, >lej 1* and tho p»>i ic penera!!y ibst be IJ jnot rc*« a ',{ ■ e rci''>»j.'g 'vrt-fliftp, which be • 'i’ n,.j« cl- »' «»'. ‘-irb iod a g'-titly ciep' c . ;a cf. t'- rr.t.: ^louff, T'fcac;o. (’= ,>rs, '#»'rtlfs Mutobefi, 1 wirrerc' ^'it r. t Cu:. f K--...'.V ^ i'K ) hr ' ao‘ !>.•, II'Tp • ii'.J, * a.-i* hsr, -’u-*, f’r.vo' 'J’br, i;(i, ‘o't ■r'f . unb!faa; *‘ Kn--b Ovj-peri*, Sed9> £pscv Gl-g^r, C:nr»' -no > > C3‘ f-T €■■■. !-•. fivore b ciett.. aajof j lliiOii;, Oa'ib and MfUCbki^ >V H Lipp'tt. { ,4t Eii ♦be Jj". ’ f'-- oa t • get n5-i t Lar- . ^ 'AMT. ” 0v^iifiV4 ojf (Tinyi^W i

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