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FAVETTKVrLLE. N. C.. JLWE 30. 1862.
(NO. 1138.}
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f ir ’he " ■?€ 03."' - rn r.-’ 00 per nnuuai, if paid in
ki’-'•.■‘••‘r, / pi,.d i..’ ,g > T ver r of labscrip-
■ - :n cr S> ,"D .'i^'*cr ■ '.-c y nr h-iS expired.
Sisf“ ADVFm iCier' -.I for CO can's p«*r
ar? !*' I.':®? f-vr i-.r. first, ‘it ^0 cenrs for ench
iaoceedirg nuV'Ucdii.jn Year’j S'l^ertise.Trients sp«-
-ial cont'’f“T» at rei\soiiK.^i'a rr.r.s Advortiserj are
0 s'tte ■ ar.iatmr ':f i i^erf.ous desired- or
^i?r will conLtnueu ‘lii t'cr'ii>i, m^-1 chargeJ aeoorl-
ingiy.
Ad^er !;en.tatF to be ius-.-rtdd otarge-i 60 per
06m f'X--a.
' Class of 1?33 Panit-l R'jjrglps.
Class of 1835 Jotios M Withers.
Cla* of 1836 Joseph il Aiiufision, L'ojJ TiJgii-
ni;in.
.Sl’t'v ■ Isor ..'h
From afrer thii j.,i. tw n.iir^ f a ne'w jabscrJf>«r '
be ectered w ■ ■ ,t r"*/uien! ;n >v.drano«, nor will
is T35ip^r tint 5uf . r.tor » loH|{er tuae
• ifiti li paid for j
Such of ; .r o.i smbscriSo'T «s Jesirc to t%k« the p»- ”
per :jn th> wi notify us when mnking
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From (he CljRrieston 'Ccurier.
A LIST OF TIIK GENER.\L oFFU F.KS IN THE
.\KMIES OF THii ( uNFKDtKATL STATES.
The foliowin;; iuterestina; sfatiefirs of the Oon-
feUerate Aruij, orgun.zatiuu are due to ooe of the cia.« of 1837 Braxton Bra^r^Wm II T WalUr.
St Ip Jno C P.iiiVertou, Arnold VAzoy,
Kat of hr.gucl.cr.Ucnura^ in the Provision .. Ar- ! jj ^ ,
ni3 the re^uur order o. appointii.ent w perhaps cias3 of 1838 Wm J Hardee, Jatu^.s U I'lapi/r
m.i a.w:,>8 ob.^orv^d but we beheve the list 15 class of 1839 A!ei K Lawtoti. John P McCown ,
otherwise correct. The ugic^ of gvaduaUun fiox 1340 Kichard S Ewell, Paul 0 IlGb2rt,
W Pun.t -.xre taken fron Uurdrier Dict;on«rj ^ KichaTd B Garnott.
I 10 tu UtCB * rmy. ; Class of 184 i Robert S Cxariiett, Samuel Jones
Generali in the Regular Arm^. « j Cia.^ of 1S42 E?»rl Van Dorn, Gustavus W Smith,
I Samuel Codper, Va, Adjutant General I Manstitld «Lovell, JutBcs Long-
- Albert is Johnston, Texas, oommaudiag ini' btrdet. iJaniti II Hill, Richard
Kentucky. j H Anderson; Lafayette McLaws,
3 Joseph K JohnstoD, Va, ooanxtanding Norvb- i Alex P Stewart
ern \ ir^inia i Claea ol 1843 Roswell S Ripley, Sana 1 U French
4 Robert K Loe, Va, ooramaoding Sottth AIUd' ; Claaa of 1844 Simoo B Buckner
tic Coast Class of 1845 K Kirby Smith, Barnard E Bee,
6 P G' T Beauregard, Lou, oommaodiDg Army ui H C hiting.
01 Potomac Clussofl346—Thomas J Jackson, Cadmus M
^f'tjor (xencr:\ls in the /^o\,is%o'%al Arm^ I Wilcoi, Uavid R Joocs, \\ ui M
1 ’Pavid K Twiggs, Georgia, reaizued | r»i. _ .r icia v .
2 I.rtSonidaa Polk, Lou, commanding at M«mplm. ‘ r«]„^ \
a Dr.iiou Bragi, Lou; coaimaodi* g « Veus.- ^ ■> I- «
Oola. ; KBaLB who W£HE VOX 0RADUATE8 AT WEST
4 Kart ajj Dorn, Mis.», Army of Potomac. point
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oiii ui town w 0 iie^i"e ' Iveriisement! in-
e ' '•."Crver, ntid p^r»ons in town with wiiotn
iCC ua n pleaie setui wiih the
5 Gusti^us w .Suiith, Ken, Army of Potomac The toiiowing Generals wore appointed to th«
G Theophilufi F{ ^ Army of Poio- * J-’aiied fitates Aroiy, without pa«8iiig through
m*c i the 'S edt Point Acadeui}'?—L*avia K Twiggs, ap-
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■ n_> r o-e •'iich nceounis —iir
tj p’-oress of collection i'Jf'u
: '.jah f.'.'-e^ery tJjit>g »e
7 Wiliiam J Oardee, Georgia, jM.snouri.
8 Benjamin Iluger, S C, oommanding »t Nor-
fnlK
9 J.imes Longstreet, Ala, Army of Potomac
10 John B Magruder, V’a, oouiuianding at York-
town
11 Thoiaas J Jackson, Va, commandiDg North'
western Virginia.
12 Maujilitld Lo%ell, Va, oommanding Coai*t c4
pf)iijied in ISlif; Wm H' Loriug, in 1830; Thos.
T. Fauntleroy, in 1836.
The following Generuls first saw nervict: in the
Mexican Bonham, lienry R. Jack
son, Gideon J PjHow, Samuel R Anderson,
Cliss. Clark, Tho«. C. Hindman, John C. Breck
inridge, Benj F Cheatham, Richard Griffith,
Albert Pike, Adley H Giaddcu, Mhxcv Grc''
Tlie tollowiog Generals participatea In the
Texan wars and the war» with Mexico;—Beu
vT -..aite
wiir..r i
y ;c ’ —Wo have heretofore given notiot.
I. w«, c' %''ge for 'bit-uHry ooiicen of ua
' ^ T-. i • .»■ resji- ioi’.s of r*«ip«'t, bc-
£ of rend'rg we ;i^ve much occasion to
0 ;en ' » gree’ib’-' !o readers ihau 1
' •? .A r- ,j-7 happ“n. ho-^«Ter,
r*i -f i i'i;v ng po^stflgp on' he aecotiat for-
•»", - ?»• p*-1 we now g'>9 Dociee inai w#
T1 ..e -if e p:-' her?ifter wdU.'I aocosn-
» : : ' w'T« eT'tPT- -ig in the oas« of
r- ,J- ^f-a TT n- irp rp-";: ’’-C TO P'7 Ue'l’'
w.- TT ‘ ilser' -vbitusrv r'^iic*s
re-:' r: 'loec' is; '0 wtr'is, gr^-.io Fyrall
'C'word= e k rord w'u^cQ tnan We paid b«
the D' '. . -,9 f'.ut !'■. rr-e
- > 111) lilMElLWEUtS WORKS.
* BBOTl '.S v.-'= Abbca's Kapoleon;
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Louisiana.
13 Edmund Kirby Smith, Florida, Army of Po- \\ igtal!
tomac. ® loUowiiig Generals saw no imiitary herviCf
14 George B Crittenden, Ken, oommanding East F«' ‘^usty the p.eseni war. -^ohn B Floyd.
lltory A \\ i^e, Robert Twombs. Richard Tayior,
; Thoe. B. Flournoy, L Pope Walker. F K. Z A-
liootfer, William Mahotie, L O B Branch, \\ il
Tftl UO660e
Brijadur Crfneroii in the lyQxiaioncil Arm^
1 Milledge L Bonham, 9 C, Army of Pototcao
“i Job:: B Floyd, \ a, oommauUiag Army K.a-
nawha.
3 Heury A Wise, Vu, Roanoke Inland.
4 Ben McCuiloch, Texas, Misaouri
5 • Henry R Jacksca, G«o, rc'eigned
6 '‘Hotvart S Garnett. Va, k^iiod in actioo
7 *\^illiam II ’£ Waikor, Geo, resigued ^
8 *Ba’ Dird E Bee, S C, killed in action
ham H Carroii, U L Rtiode* Soaie, however
r«ceiv,»d niiiitary educations at Sutc lobututiotia
Virginia haa 16 Generaia in the Confeaerate
Anot«^d, Souih Caro.ina 9; Louisiana Georgia
7; Tecnessae 8, Norr.h Carolina 6, Kentuctiy 7,
Marviand 4, Aiabatija 4, Mississippi 4 Xtias '6,
Arkanaaa 2, Floriaa 1, Missouri none
Tht folLwiag were born at the 2^ortb. though
- *wu 4u previous to the present war they were cititenj*
o'f“ Mr”4 ' . ^u.hern Sl.u,—icnsral Cwp.r, b..r„ in .S's.
^ York, Ripley, in Ohioj Pi-mbertou, :ti p€»a-»yl-
vania, Whiting, in Maisachuseits, Pike- in Mas
•chusetLs, Ru>:gle?, in Ma.-*achuswtts; Blaticharc^,
LEGISLATURE OF NORTH CAROLINA-
SENATfc.
Pa.Sijuotank and Perquimona—J M Wh^bde
Caiiiden and Currituck—B F Sitntuoiu
Gat(.« and Chowan—M L Eure
riydo audTyireil—Jof.cs Speoccr
Northampton—J M S Rogers
llertfbrd—J B Siaughtar
iitrtie—-David Outlaw
Martin and W^ashington—J 11 8cubb«
Halifax—M C Whitaker
Edgcjooiiibe and Wilson~H T Clark
Pitt—E J Blount
Ueaufort—Frederick Grist
Craven—N H .Street
Cartel et and Jones—Dr M F At^ittdaU
Greene and Leooir—J P Soeight
New Hanover—Eli W Hall
l>uplin'~Dr Jameti Dickson
Onslow—'L \V" Humphrey
•Bladen, Brunswick, jco—Jno D Tayior
Cumberland and Harnett—Dono&o Shaw
iSeiEpson—Tbomaa I Faieon
Uayne—W K Lane
Johnston—J W B Wata>a
Wake—M A Bledsoe
Nash ' A J Taylor
Franklin—■W’^ Harris
Warren—TJ Pitchford
Granville—C H K Taylor
P rson—0 L W’inatead
Orange—.Josiah Turner, Jr
Alamance and UaDdoIpli—Jonathan Worth
Chatham—W' S Harria
Moore and Montgoraery~W D Dowd
Richmond and Rubtson—Alfred l>ookery
Anson aiii Cnion—vS H Walkup
Guilford—Peter Adams
Caswell — Bedford Brown
Rockingham F L Simpson
M^ollnnburx—John NValker
Cabarrua and Stanl,^ V’ Q Barringer
Ruwaii itnd Davie — Dr J G Haruo^j
Davidaon—Jno W Thomas
^tjke« and Forsyth—-Jesst' A Wao^b
Ashe, Surry io—Ji>« Dobson
Irudell, Wilkee L Sharpe
Burke. McDowell itc—B S Gwthe*
Lin'oin Giston —Jasper btow«
Ruthertord, Polk So—A W Burton
Buncombe, Henderson *#—Goo W CaAdler,
Hayivood, Mioon Sc—W H Tbcmaa
*Gidr>on J Pillow Tocn, resigtied
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II 3iiiuuil R Audcrson, Tenn, Kentucky
1- Daniel S D'jiieiaou- lenn, Coast of S Carolina
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David R Joncf!, S C, Anuy of Potomac.
Jones M 'V;thor5 Ala, oommanding Coa^t of
A.abfiiiia
John C Pem&crccn,^'a, C-xist of S C.
Richard S E vveli, Va, Army of Potomac.
J hr. H Wi:ui.r Hicl.aiond
J ubai A Early, Va, Army of Pctomac
*Thort B Flournoy. Ark, di^d in Arkansas
-iT.qriof.a ReTolatioa;
20 Sat/uiel Jonc5, V^a Army of Potomac.
i’ ^i:-;cs of I'lis'aud,
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!l A'nold E'zoj Mary’u.id Artry of Potrmao
-J l.*aL:;t-; II 11..1, L, A^ll.j 't PjCjU;jC
-3 Henr^ 11 ijibli.»y. L'-u, 1 exa-i P’ruutidr
-4 m ll C hiti'.g. Gt-'v. Army vf Potomac
'Jd :ii I>ir:!i;r, C. \ irginia.
-6 Richard H Ai;deraOt>, S C, Pt;n?af?ciia
-I A bert P.ke, Ark, Ini jU C jmmisiiioner
■J'* *Th.‘o T Faur:tiv'roy, \ I'ginin, reiiigntd.
‘■^y K-f.'t: 11 o> Geo, A'luy vt Prf'vuiac,
3'J Dat; ! Hu/'/l.p Vi LoU'-*''nr)
31 V.h'n.-H L'ark, M.cs, Ai’iuy of I’otomao.
3J Ros\fyli S Rip!ey i; 0, Coast of S C
33 I.J.tac R 'I’ruiible, Md, A^my ,f Potomac.
34 "Juhn B GraysiM. Ken died in Florida
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Li^iiifts- nt- '- T. iVL-.s in A;^!*
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Five Yv.i-- i V,v [>r. Tnylor;
Th. BriTi-iii t. 1 .0!, 10 lUa Crime.a, by W FI
Ru'Jjp!.;
My I»iary in India, tiv i*
L>r K'itie s Arctic Kx .o-
30 Richard C Gatlin, N C, commaaj’ag Coast of
North Car.il na.
37 *Felix K Z 'Hicoffer. Ten. kiiied ir Kentucky.
38 Benj F Cheatham, 1'en. Kenruckj
■ 39 JoS‘^ph R Andv^'son, Va, Coast of N C.
^ 40 .S.rcorj B Buckner, Ky Kentucky
T;'00 -; ,r.iN», -11 Leroy Pop-/ W'alk'.'r, A’-j. Alabnmn.
dri 8 J 4i Albert G Blanch-ird Loa, Nor‘olk
43 Gabn^i J Rain*. N C. YorkUjwn
' 14 J KB Sjuj’-t. Va, Aricy '-.f Potom.ic
45 Lafayette Me Laws Georgia. Yo'ktown
' 46 Th'W F Drayton. S C, Comt of 3 C-
47 Th*? C H'i)drnan, Ark, Kentucky
Adley H Gladden Lou, Pen?aeola
i'j Ji.hu Porter Motown, Ten, Kentii'*!*.?
50 liloyd Tilghiuan. Ken, Kenf’-^y
ol Niihan G Evans, S o'oasi of.*? C
52 Cadmu.-i .M U •'''>^^n, Ar.Tiy of Potomao
‘ 03 *Phi''p George Cjcke, Va, died in Va.
I .M K E Rh'-dot-, Ala, Army of Potomuo.
fv' Richard Taylor. Lou, Army ot Potomao.
' 6'i lyoui.s T W’lgfall, Texas, Army ot Potomac.
.*>7 Jamt.b H Trapier, S C, Coast ot Florida
5>? Sara'l G French, Miss, Army of Potomac
: .‘>9 W’ni II Carroll, Tenn, East Tennessee.
6j Hugh W Meroer, G»*orgia, —-
'01 Humphrey Marshall, Ken, Kentucky
62 John C Breckinridge, Ken, Kentucky
63 Rich’d Griffith, Miss, Army of Potomao
Gi .-Vlei r P 8cewart, Ken, Kentucky.
m Maisachusetts; French, in Ne^^' Jersey
[Th? following are nauvof of Norvb Carolina,
vit: Leonidas Polk, Braxton Brage. "i heophiiui
H Hoime«, t/cn Mc'JuHoch, Wm W Loring. Rich
ard C Gat'in: F. .-i K 2vi .'vff*.-r, Gao-icl J Raiin,
L O B Bw-inch ]
CONFEDERATE STATES CONGRESS
SEN..TK.
Aiah-ima—W.iiiam L Yancry, C C
Clay.
Aik'rntnM — Mofisrs Robert W Johnson, Chas
B Mitchcil
I\'» l ilt—Messrs James M Baker, A t M'.x-
w«'l,
7y?ry/-7—M-:'ssrs B H Hill. R/i/cr; Toombi
Ktntuf/cy—Mossrs H v BurririC, \\ ihi-m E
Si Ui La.>*
L'tu'fianrt—Mo^jsrs E: 5narr,-n-, T J Scmmes.
J/fiiitiippi—3I..5sr.^ Albert G iJ".wn, Jam*:-;
, Phelan.
—Xe.^srs J 'hn E Clark, R 3 Y Fcyt.
A'.r/A —I'lcssrc George Davii, W il
liam T iXrtch
^'.utk I aruLna—Messrs Robert W Barnwe,...
, Jimes L Orr.
I renntJiiff—Messrs Lacgdou C Haynos, Gd»-'
; tavus A Hen.’-y.
I T’xn*—.''lesgtT} Louis T Wjgfall. Oldham
i KiVytnia—R M 1 Hunter. 'V B.liard Preftton-
HOCpI. of TierRtSE''tat:VES
Aiaboma—K.ouiaa J Fos.fr, Wm li
i Smith, John P ^ Francii h
1 Lyon, VV P CiiiUJU, David Ciopton, Ja.® L Pugb,
, t b f'-gan ^ .
.-J -v tniJS—M«s-rs Fehx J Bilson, Grandi.«on
j D Royster, Augiistua li Gailand, Thc-j B Hanly |
j Florida—Messrs Jas B Datvkin=>, R B Hilton '
I Oeo-'jia—.Messrs Julian llartridice. C J Mun-I
1 nerlyn, Hines Holt, A IlTKenrtn D.'ivid W' Lewis,
j Wm W’ Clark, Robert P J rippe, Lucjua J Gar- J
! trell. Hardy Strickland, A R Wright
I Ktntu 'ky—Not yel elected.
I L^tvii^innn—Charles J Villere, Charlew
! M Conrad, Duncan F Kenner, Lacien .J Dupre, I
I John F l.«ewiii, John Perkius, Jun’r
I Miisis^ippi—.Me«.srw Juf> J ^IcRae, J W’ Ciapp.
i Reuben Davis, Israel Wtlth, H C Chambers. O .
R Singleton, E Barksdale. i
Missouri—Messr? John Hyer, Caspar W Beli,
George G V'est, A H Conrow, W W Cook, Thos |
W P'rtv.;man, Thomas A Han is j
Si>rth Curohnn — M e.%4re W’ N H Smith, Rob
'll!''”/:.’i 0«n R Ke,....: T D McU'.w.I1, :
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I5oiind;iry of Another U orld, by It.
t 'Vijrk' in T.ariou» bindinfrs, among
, 1*0! e, ilyro::, Unrn'. Moore. Hood,
• in'ibei^ * nibhe, t’oleridj^e, Cowper,
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-. flj Kord'j and Heaunaont
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I* kr!i’gc'-mp Conoordanoe toHfraks-
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fc HALt & SONS
66 Rieh’d B Garnett, Va, Army of Potomao.
67 William Mahone, Va, Norfolk
' 68 li 0’Brian Branch, N C, Coa.'^t of N C
i 69 Maxcy Gregg, S C, Coa.«t of S C-
'70 R E Colston, Virginia.
■ 71 Edward Johnston, Virginia.
' 72 Henry Heth, Virginia.
' 73 Johnaton H Duncan, Louisiana.
7 I 8 A .M Wood, Alabama. -
Those having an* ailixed are dead, or have
resigned, since the commencement of the war.
i THE Wft.sT roiNT OENEftAL.S.
The following (Jonfederai*» Generals are gradu
ates ot West Point—the date of their graduation
being prefixed:
Class of 1H15 .‘^amutd Cooper
, Class of 1820 John H Winder
Class of 1822 Isaac R Trimble
Class of 1825 Daniel 8 Donelsorv Benj'n Hu^tr
Class of 1826 Albert S Johnstom, Jno B Grayson
W'la-ss of 1827 Leonida.s i'olk, Gabriel J Rains.
Class of 1.828 Thos F Drayton, Hugh \V Meroer
Clas.1 of 1820 Joseph E Johnst«on, Rob't E Lee,
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of
WJ’H haT^ jn't reoei'^ed by Kipro^'fl, a supply
Vt ELEMK.SrARV SPELLING DOOK.-^-price 15
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Theophilus H Hoimes, Albert G e«nf« ench, Cath
roriy * F.*| miliar Letlen* Blanchard. • W« hare uoi advanocd th« pHoe of any article# on
of J ,s W ^.lan'.- it Ij , -r . I , ij r"! T-vKn H M-io-raHar hand before the wa-; but pr«'ent purchases oo«t u»
Alexander I. : ^ ,o f -, J::’’-. J, p u, more than we asked for those. Uf aourse we have to
i uuef. i*.iirley. 8chiool Cocke, Hutnp#»rey ilar«h»il,Bich-j g j n^r.E Si SOK9
&rd U OatliA I Aq0. fd.
kiooka, Sic
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CONTENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Alamance—Giles Mebane, Thos Ruffio-
Alexander—A. M Bogle
Asbe—J. E. Foster.
Anson — A. Myers, J. A. Leak
Bertie—S. B. Spruill, James ik>nd
Beaufort—W J. Ellison, E. J. Warran.
Bladen—Neill Kelly.
Brunswick—T. D. Mearce
Buncombe—N W. W'oodfin
Burke—J C. McDowoii
Cabarrus—C Phifer
Caldwell—E W JoQds
Camd«n—"D D Fereboe
Carteret—R Thomas.
Ca9irell—Bedford Brown, J E Williamson.
Catawba—-George Setzer
1 IIvic the Iiirhe$t A/Wn in Nric Turk s^enrft fo't
j Time.—A Correspondent of the Rfjchester Uci. y*
crat skercht'o U'll.mm B Astur, “the richest maa
j in .^ow York,” in this manner:
Mr. Astor's office is in Prince street, near
* Broadway, where he may be found daily betwc^a
; the hvjurs of “nine xnd three.” He is a large,
I stout built man, with coarse feature*, stifiF, rough,
i sandy colored hair, and a cast of countenance ol
! a very ordinary type. He dresses plainly but
neatly, has a somewhat careworn look, and >p*
' pears to be fifty or sixty years yf age. His private
' office is of moderate sue and of plain furniture,
i Oi) a table are a few books, and on opening that
! one which appears most thumbed, y«jvi perceivc
that it is a volume of maps of city property, bare-
fully and elegantly executed, and as » whole, ciU'
i S
I Hcaden, John Mtonuig Jr , ■ bracing the sundries of an enormous ^stato, et*ii-
I mated at over 825,000,000. Mr Aator resides
; in Lafayette Place, in one of a row of dwellings
which, twenty-five years ago, were the grandest
’ in the city, though now they arc distanced by tho
' palaces of the i itth Avenue. Near by is the
j magnificent library founded bv his father, to whicj
Cumwrland and Harnett David McNeill, A I he has added a lund nearly eqttel to the original
J. Merritt
Cherokee and Clay—J H- Bryeoo ’
Chowan—R H Dillard
Cleveland—W J T. Miller, J W Traoy
Columbus—RicTiard Wooten.
Craven—47co. Green, Jno. D Whitford
McNoill, M. J McDuffie
Currituck—John B. Jooe«
Davidson—B A. Kittrell, B C Douthit
Davie.—Rob’t Sprouse.
Duplin—J. T Rhodes, Jamos Dtoksoa
Edgecombe and Wikon—VV S Battle, Gdo
Howard
Forsyth—T J Wilson, D H Starbock
Franklin—A D. Willianaa
Gaston—8 X Johnston
Gatea—-A J. Walton
! endowment. Here he spends a t>mall part of hi«
* time, the retrainder'being occupied by hia dutiog
in prince street office, where, Sundays excepted,
he dutii a full day’s work every day m the wewk.
! Thus the whole routine of life of the richest man
! in Americ-i is a walk to and irom home of a half
j mile and oigsc attention to busines'^. The caie
, of Mr Astor’s estates is a vast burden. He aS
! several iiundred tenants of all grades, from the
; 83W cottage to the !!530,000 store. To relieve
himaelf ot this vexatious uuty, he has cotumitted
Pergu»oo
Thomas S Ashe, Archibald H Arrington, J It
i McLean, W’illiam Lander, B S Gaither, A T Da- ,
I vidson. !
1 Smth Carolinu—Me.'^nrs W W Boyoe, W Por- i
j cher Miles, M L Bonham, John McQueon, .Jan i
i F;irrow, L M Ayer. !
j 7eft/'e'f.scfi — Measts J T Hei.skell, W G Swann,
j W H Tebbs, E L Gardenshire, II S Foote, M P
I Gentry, George W Jones, I'homus Menees, J D i
C Atkins, Bullock, David M Currin. !
Texas—Mesnrs John A Wilcox. Peter W’ Gray,
(’laiborne C Herbert, Wm B Wright, Maloom .1’
Graham, B F Sexton
Virijinia—Messrs Mu.scoe R H Garneti,. John
R Chambliss. John Tyler, Roger A Pryor. Thos
iS Bocock, John Goode, Jr, James P Holcombe,
I) C D^jarnetie, William Smith, A R Boteler, j
John B Baldwin. W R totaples. Walter Preston, ,
A G Jenkin.a, Robert JohnsQ.n, Chas \V' Russell.
IIorSE OF OO.MMO.VS
AiAtQ9DC«—Giie« MebaiM
A'eiander—Dr J M Carsoo
Ansoo—L L Polk, E R Lile«
Ad he—J 31 Gwitry
Burti*:*-—J H Pearson
Buncombe—A b M ern mot
Bladftn—C T Davis
Be’-tic—P T Henry, and
Beaufi^rt—R S Donnell, W' T
Bruo.swick—T D Meare-*
Caldwell Dicksoo
Caba-ru - W S Ilarrij
r.ilHHOa—Jonas Cline
Ch.iiham—W' P Taylor, R N Gre«o, Turner
Bynum
• 'hcrok*>0—G W Hayes
Craven—C C Clark, F E Alfred
Cumberland and Harnett—C G Wnght, J 3
Harrington, J C W’Diiams
Chowan Small
Co anit)U9—N L WilliamsoD
CatLdt-n — D D Fereboe
Ct^teret'—D W' Wl)it?hu.rst
jiAsweii \\ ithars, 3 P Hill
'‘urriracK—B .M Baxter
Clevelana — A Waters, J R Lo^n
David?..n—Lewi.a Hayne.'i. E B Clark
Davie— Howard
DupHn —J D Stanford, J G BrarKjh
Edgo^^uipo—K R Bridgers, J S Wijodard
Fc^^"y h—J F Poindexter, PbiUip Burrow
Franklin — W F Gr»oa
Ga.iton--J 'Vbite
jp;inv!ile—J .M Bullook, W H JctUioA, 8 H
C.-nnaday
Guil^'.'o—P Mendenhall, C E ShoJ>er, J L
Gorreli
Gr.jene—A D Sp^’igbt
G:itee—John Bootno
Hay-ood—S L Love
Halifax—A H Davi?, W B Pope
Hertford—J J Yeat»
Heii-^erson—Jos P Jordan
Hydo—I'llman Farrow
Iredell — A K Simonton, A B F Gftither
‘Jackson — A i'lsher
Jones- W' P W’ard
Johnfton—W H Watson, Jas Mitcbdoer
Lenoir—J C W'onten
Lincoln — V A .McBee
Madison—John A Faji^
^larcin Kwell
McDowell--C fi Burgin
Moore—Alexander Kelly
Mon^go^Ilery—E G L Barringer
May>n — U G U'oodfia
.'lecklenburg—S NV Davis, J M Potte
Na.sh—H G Williams
Ni w Hanover—S J Person, Daniel Fhaw
Northampton—W R.insom, W W Peeblrc
Onflow—J H Foy
Orange — H B (iuthrie, W N Patterson
l*a.squotank—,T T W'illiams
PoKjuimons—N Newby
I'itt—B G Albritton, Churchill Perkius
Person — Wilkinson
Robeson—Alex .McMillan. Eli Wishart
Rockin-hain —Kiwley Galloway and T Slade
Kowan—N N Fleming, N. F. Hall
Kuthei lord—C T N Davis, B R Padgett
Randolph—I H Foust, Thas S Winslow
Ilichmond—J G Blue
Sampson—N (' Faison, G^ Autrey
Surry—W Waugh
Stokes—Horatio Kellum
.Stanly—Lafnyette Gr«ene
Tyrrell—C McCleese
Union—Q Lenimondf
W'ake—S H Rogers, J W Ru.s«>, H Mordeoai
W’arren—J B Batchelor. W H Chaek
W^a:«hini?tnn—C Latham
Watauga—Thomas Farthing
Wayne—W T Dortch, M K Crawford
Wiikes—A VV Martin, Hf>rto.
i adkin—A C Cowie«
i aocey * Bowman ^
■ .LJ'-yjLL'H"' 1 AJ ■ X...aWJ!JJ'J
Th« 'Tolnnt^r’s JBand Boak.
FURTQ£K suppty Jti«t
K. J HAL£ 4 80P1.
Granville Thomas B. Lyon, T. L Hargrove, j years to an agent, who dut-e the work w^il.
i He coutcts rents and makes quarterly returnw,
and thus pays over a sum whicn would t)« almost
incredible, and which n’e may roughly Cbtimata
at ?3U0,0d0 per annum Tliis man employs %
small artny ot painters, carpenters and other mo-
' chanics, in order to keep up repairs, and bupeiiii*
■ tiiuds the whole of ihis deiiartm«nt. As a large
part of Mr. Astor's property coniisM of vacant
j Jots which are in continual demand, and which
I u« will not sell, he is much eiuployed with archi-
' tecta and muster builders, and generally has od«
. or two large blocks ic course ot erection at a timo.
; This a very serious burdtn. His son John Jacob
' is quite a but^uieas man, and bears his shar« of
I thv load. Besides this, some fifteen years ago •
! talented and olegant young merchant QFraukli-.
{ Delano,) married one or the daughters, and affs»rds
I assistance. la addition to the-e labors, the at*
j tentioo to the collection of interest on boads,
I dividends, Sic., is a heavy ,tem, since in the little
I brick office (which is, of course, fire*proof,) theie
I are several millions of Government and £>tate s. •
I curitiee His daily income is coraputed at 96,000.
i It 18 said that a certain person felicitated Mr.
' Astor on his wealth. Pointing to his piles of
! bonds, maps, ice., the cipitalist replisd: “How
I Would you like to manage all these matters for
your board and clothes? " The man demarrea to
I the idea "S'r,” said the ether, “it is all I get "
Mr. Astor, it is said, gives but little away.
3 8 Royster
(iret-ne—W A. Darden.
Guilford—Jno. A Giljier, Ralph Gorroll, R
P IHok
Halifax—R H Smith, L W B^tobeior
Hydo—E L .Mann
Haywooo-^-Wm Hicka
Henderson—W M. Shipp
H^tford—"Kenneth Rayner.
Iredeli—Anderson Mitchell, T A- AituocL
Jackson—W H. Thoaiat-
Johnston—C B Bander*, W A Bnuch
Jondt*—Wm Foj
liiiftoir—John C. WaBhiogtOQ.
LJhcoln—D. SohenoK
Maoon—C D Smith.
Madison—J A McDow-eli
Martin—David W B&gley.
McDowell—J H Greeniee.
Meokienburg—J W Ottboroe. Jaxoee Stroog.
Montgomery—S H Christian
M oore— H T u rner
Nash—L N B Battle
New Hanover—J L. Hoio^, Robert Strange.
Northampton—D A Barn#», J. M Moody
Onslow—A J^ .Murnll.
Orange—W A Graham, John B«rry
Pa.squotank — R K.'Spoed
Perquimon-»—Jos. S Cannon
Porsoii J hn W. Cuningham.
Pitt—F B. Satterthwaite, P. A Atkinson.
Randolph—VV J Long, A G- Foster
Richmond — W F Leak
1 Robeson—J P Fuller, J C Southerland
Rockin^h.iia—D S Reid, E. T Brodnax
Rowat -R A Caldwell, fl C Jones
b&io
’ lUu^rnting the Hevfjits of AdvertUiyig—Mr
; George Horton, who lives on the east end of .Main
; street, near R jcketts, keeps a Qog called La Voga
i —an ill-favored, fierce-eyed brute, whose untidy
( habit-» and cros-' grained tev^er cause him to be
Rutherford and Polk—G W' Miohal, M Dur- | held in detestation by tls.* family in g D#>rHl. and
Mrs. liorton, his mistnss, in paticnlar. La Vegni,
however, i.sagreat favorite witU his master. About
a week ag), >lrs Horton became cxa.sperated on
account of «»oT7ic uneridurdible offence comtnitted
i by Li \'egu. and Dnvately bargained with an oil
r colored co.lector of soap tat, named Abe VV'alker,
; who, lor a dollar lee, agreed to take the dog off
Sampson—R A Moaeiy, Thooaas Booting
Stanly—E Hearne
Stokae—A H Joyce
3urry—T V. HamTin
Tyrrell—Eli Spruill.
UnioD—H M IIou.%coo ,
Wake—G E Badger. K P Battle, W W% j ‘Tender him up" into tallow, or otherwise
i Hoiden
» Warrpr. N Edwards. Frank Thornton
I -washingtoD—Vv’ S Pettigrew
Wat&uga—J W Couticil
j Wayne—G V Strong, E A Thompson
Wilkoi—Jas. Caliowav, Poter Eller
, Yadk in— R F Armfield
' Yanoey^—M P Penland.
A IV’ew Law Book.
CaMttceWg M*ractice at JUaw*
I ICST published, a treatise upon the Pra!%iofl at Law
i in North CAroI n^i, by Edward CA>'rw*ti., LL- U.,
I auth«r ^f tne N. C Justice, etc
relieve Mrs. Hortoti from the annoyance ot his
proeence. Mr. Horton, on coming home to hia
dinner, inquired for La V'ega, anti wa.s chagriued
with the lutormation that lus troublesome pet had
absconded. For some days the absence ot La
Vega gave occasion for much rejoicing in the
household, and even the grief ot Mr. Horton fo.
his lues was made the subject of many a sly joke
in his domestic establishment Mr.i ll congratu
lated herself exof Shively on that lucky thought of
hens, which cleared her house of the odious brute;
and though she is a lady who thinks a good dual
of a dollar, she did not grudge the money, sincc
it gained her object so effectually. In the mean
time, La Vega was detained a close prisoner in
the cellar of the soap factory, amusing himself by
snapping at the rats which coursed abou^ the
premises, and sustaining him.self like Napoletm
at Elbs, with the belief that the objects of his des
tiny were tiot yot accomplished On Thursday
morning, 'Ir Horton appeared at—the hr.akfast
table with a beaming countenance, “VV’ell, my
dear; goo l newsl’’ said he to Mrs. H “What is
it?” aoked the lady with some secret misgiving.
‘I’ve got La Vega back again. Advertised for
{ OOSTE.VTS
r Of L«^t;i?iaiive Power ia Oenei'al, Legielaiive Power
j io North CaroliuH: Legislative Powers of Jttsiioes of the
I Peace; I'ouniy Boundaries—Deedo, etc ; County Rev*-
I nue and Chargen: Court Houses. Pnaoai«, ic , County
Trustee. Jury Triai.s; Fairs and Public Sales; General
I Assembly; ln«pections. Public Landings, Poor
Houses and Iloi^pitaln, Registers and Clerks; Kiversand
Cre«ks: Qate**, Ferries aud Bridget; Weights aud Mea-
sure^*; Idiots and Lunatics; Retailers; Neuse River; Pub
lic Roads and Cariwayir; Public Landings aad luspec-
I lions; Mills and Millerh; Ordit}afies aud Constables;
i Patrol; Wardens of the Poor; Prison Bounds; Roads, _ _
j Ferries and Uiidges; Poll Tas Exemptions; Exeoutive [ himj olTerei a reward tor his recovery, and this
Power it; General; Executive Power in North Carolina; 1 morning he was brought home by Abe Walker.”
j Executive Power of the Courts, Chief Jusu^ and ‘-Heavens:” ejaculated Mrs Horton “What did
j Atiomeys at Law; Attorney General; Reporter and Mar- •' - -
I sbal; Clerks aud Solicitor; Counsel for Paupers; Giiar-
■ dians; County Attorney; Auctioneers; County Court
you have to pay for iiim?” “Only eleven dollars,”
replied Horton; “one for the advertisement and
Clerks; Coroners; Boundary Coramiseioners; Committees , ten to Old Abe for bringing him back.” “Mer-
i of Finance; County Trustee; County Treasurer; Special | ciful goodness/” cried the unsympathizing wife.
.Court; C«u,miss.on«rs of F-.irs; Inspectors; Superin- , dollars, fenmgh to buy a dress pattern,)
j tenaents of Schools; Cominisfcioncrs of Navijration; V\ar- i , , ^ P ^ o i • r
den3 of the Poor; Rejjiniers; Commisaionera of Rivers i recovery of auc i a nasty cur. and to think
I Jind Creeks; Sheriffs: Constables; Rnngere; Standard * that I gave the black ra.scal u dollar f%»r taking
j Keepers; ReV‘‘'lers: Administrators; Chairman of Special ] him ofl ” This inadvertent confession of course
j Court; Commissiooeaa of Deeds and Conveyances; Com- I produced a matrimonial duet, the report of which
i Kniry Takers and Surveyors; ,, j common-
• ruperiuteudenift of Lleciious: Guardians and Keoeivers; I , ^ ^ * j j i •
I In.spectore; Commissioners of Intertial laiproveraentp; i some of our married readers. Hy this
! Partition; Patrol Committees: Prooessioners; Tax Listeis t little canine speculation all parties were gainers,
j and Boards of Valuation; Overseers of Roads and Rivers; j Abe W alker, the cunning darkey, gained eleven
! .'Commissioners of VV recks; Tobacco Pickers aud Coopers, j ihe advertising sheet gained one dollar,
^ The Appendix contains forms of De«as and Convey, j Horton gained some valuable
anoes, as o ows. « no p-,u experience, which will no doubt teach them the
Agreements, Assi(rnmenti«. Awards, Bills ot Sale. Eula . ^ , c, , .
Of Exchange and Lading. Bands. .Miseelkneous Bonds. ! Hnportance of mutual confidence between wedded
Contracts, Deeds. .Murriajja Setilemoats, .Mortgages,
CopJirtnership .Articles. Notes. Releases, &c., &e.
Thin Book contains 6.56 pages, is gotten up in supe-
rtop*»yle, and bound i#LawC«lf Prio**, singlfcopy, $6.
For sate by E. J. HALE SOiSS-
Dwc’r 2ti. IBtiO.
Map of tbe Sea Coast of SoQth Carolln2i{
New .Map of Virginia;
Th« Southern Spy by Edw’d ■%. Pollani of Va.
The SoRihern Seng Book
Dec’r 14. E. J. HALE & SONS
partners. — /j*ichmout Digpntvli.
The tax bill, which has passed the Federal Sen
ate, will give, it is eotnput«'d, about a huiAdr>d and
twenty million doUars.
Otje of tbe Federal commanders is named Oen-
^al Hooker. Nearly all the Yankee army is
j composed of “general hookers.”
j A veteran admirer of Andrew Jackson, the
i hero of New Orleans, says, “StoQewall” Jacks>>o
only “Old Hickory” petrified.
A
The Sunny South, by Frol, in-
i graham; Say and 8sal, by the Author of “Wide Wide '
j World,” Ac.; Tbe Household of Bou^erie, or the Eliiar ^
j of Qokl. by a Southern Lady: Ev*ninf« at the Mior^ ^ letter found on the battle field of the Seven
I *®op*» *«-• ^ E- J HALE 4 SONS. ^ Pin*B, from a wife to her husband in the Federal
[ copies or the Ob#Crrer i «ay., “throw away yoar arm* and come
proe«^ by aoa-*ttb.«rib«t^ at tke home, for the people here say, there u no use ia
£- J. UAi.£ 4 87\
14.
«an be
P*4oe i oeBta
I fighting the rebek any loniter."
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