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FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.. JULY 14, 1864.
[NO. 1349,]
PKINTKD MdNUAYS aND THORSUAVf
^:imiRD J. WALK & SOl^S.
n-ITOllS ANl) PnOPRlKTORS.
I rijo f.5r (hr- Sooi-We^kly ('’8*nvBR ^10 00. paid in
a'lvanoe. .
>-i>r the Wc«>l,ty Orspsv^b $9 00 per ;»nnuip, paid in
a«lTar.ce.
•d^ADVERTISRMKNTS insertol for f2 per lURrt*
of 12 linM or ii»68 for fhc flrnt, and ono dollr-r for cach
Biioceedinjr |>ublioat?ou. Advortiaora arc re picsled to
•inle the niip)'>er of ineertionfl de«'S?d. or they will
continue I ‘'ll for^iid. and oharced aoocrdingfy.
AdTcrtiBanit-Ble oocfmucl oharfrei •« ne'w »d-
ePFdltiL NOTICE.
From an . .i.ler thi»d«*e, uouanieof ft ucti sulmcri^t!r
*‘•11 be entered wilUont puynienf ia ndyjcioe, nor wiU
i'.e paper be sent to ruch Ptib.'i". uijr? fc’ Ici^er tims
fl.an 18 paid for
Such of our old aubscribera m desire to take ihc pv
p»>-nr jjr*»'♦ V"I please notiiy us wh«n mwkiu'g:
“•»mittance6. Jan’y 1, 1858
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W. DKAIJGUOi^,
AUCTIONEEB,
8. K. Corner Market Square,
FAYKTTETII.I-E, X. V.
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Proinpt titicr/irn piv»-T> t ^
Hrf '‘ntrii'^tej t-> him
June 10,1864
lOif
ViYTTOX C^ABEI$ii, {%o. lO.
'jAllK I-’AYETTRVILLE COTTON 0,^RD MANUFA'’-
i TURING COMPANY an* now umiiufactariuj^CAHDS
Hiiporior to any ma through the blockade, and at prcwnt
!\ri! selling for a loss price the single pivir or by tin- uuan-
fily.
>^uyp.,'r>^on ordering six or more pairs, they will Iw
e*cnri‘ly packwl and deliver.-d in Wilmingloa Inv ot ex
ponse.
CiiH upon or mldrffw A. A. McKKTIHN
J. A. WORTH.
ALKX. JOMNSON, Jr.
N. 0., April 18 ' 24tt
;^r*»HliyU.‘rian and Carolinian copy.
Fayetteville Uo§iii Oil Work.s*
OUU Oil Works are now in cuinpletu operation, and
tts we use nolhing but goo' rotdn in proiiuciug the
 »il we can recoiniuend it to be the best of the kind made
in this country, ft is a line Lubricatuig and Tanner's
Oil, and wo would be ^lad to receive orders from the
Oovermneiit. and the public goaerally. We will eoU on
r.*«8onable tfTcis. MOOUK, CASIIWELL CO.
April 1ft. 28-tf
H. Mcinil.LAi^i,
Auctioueer and roniiBision Merchant,
J%*o. Hutf street,
F.WKTTKVILLK, N. 0.
J lue tJ. 3iU
ISAAC HOIjJNGSWinrril
Itrorer aud C'unisissloa Merrh\Kt,
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C
.'anel3 ''0 (f
*fSc£,. 1%
Attorney at Law,
FAYSTTBVlLit, N. C
117ILL aitesd the Cornty and Superior Courta of
T T Camberland, Hftriu lt, Moor? «nd Robescn Conu-
livs. Prompt attention gi'^on to i';e, c'jllectlon of all
claims entrusted to bis haQ.ii>.
Oct. 17, 185‘J. GK-t:
JO»,
Grocer ?mf f’tftnMiHsion .ffe»*rArt»»?,
FAYETTEVILLE, N 0.
Jan’y 10, 1863. i>3-tf
KATltOi A. STEUMAN. WM. H. BKRNAKO.
1%. A. STED.n.llI A: CO.,
WHOLESALIi: AND RETAIL UJDALIiinS
AND
€immnsu9x ^ercoait
^a. 19, MMaif Streei,
VA.VKTTt'VIl-l.K, i:. O.
April 20.
B 0 woiTE. 1). Q woara. 3. o. DAaiii.
WOKTII & CO.,
Conunlsaira and ForwardlBR Merchants,
WVii«r Street,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Oct. 10. 1863. 73-1‘^n
FJGLE FOUMORY. •
^OME m^utbs ^e ;oiuplciei s.U oui- iii-?aroH fot
kJ ‘tp r-'sauficluro of CAR W13ESL8, ^’.uoviiiig tj
tl'j fsi!>’rs o’ >Qo cupf'Iy of ■; 3 if p'^opev nt;nrc>, wo
hi%'c : c'. ■■•triy Veen ui !' n f"-"l P-'r any J v->.iui '’r
thoc;; (hi'j ^’liacuUj ? o*"'7e’, ?»ill bs o’o'cor: i in tr.c
csur^.' of fir ‘v’;®, s' ■,'?hi2' lini': « thii'i b>! t'
furni h rh''.'  r' rbc* 'oil- iri;:;r -ixeE—24, iJfi, 1’8 «nJ
“iO r.t’c J-.hiiU'1'ilres Th.; Irci; *r ' uec
for i^-.Tn wIV J c f':M TJl-r.t. Cl -.rco.tl Iro.i. snd wc wtir
rtut : nr Tu'c'-S.- NOT T() CK.\t’K, pu>i tv »o o-jual l3
. i.: i '« uiif'-b toj, i^r t«, • ■! '3j . 'Thil.acj ■'i
re,”’'ftt' -1 i--' ■& *11 kpoi^a
I'.ruO-’.nie-.
iv.1 csfr^ate I—El, l>ry P -.n ’ c*iJ
■f u;;y eb*pe •• • t'
D. ANDERSON •(>,
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So’ig ri Vi.jia
hr -.n 1
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Frv'-f.r
For the Sennle.
'TnP frier,,*’ of WM. 'J. WRIfjaT. Esq , vci8p«otfull>
5 P’fvn: Lie nrxrae i.' i.b%'v..(cr8 cf Ouraborlaud »ui
)!&ri:e(t far ra olcttio'a to the Honetfi in the next Q^ne
ra! A^s^!lhIy. -•
Jui’t 7. 3^-te
Felioiir titlxi’iiK of t'ainberland and Harnett.
i^! no’ v'i'ii'scfi wii' t.oUc>t.^t ;ep« of mbay frlendB, froTO
liitTeroat i arte cf Ibo Coun'.ry, I RnsiounaiT myself a
-jU*;.'. 0 ri'vr.-Bcut you iu tbc t?8n»if«^pC»(h« nfxt
,mw Tiewi in rag;.\rd to the grfeM *.nd ?iC«l
w- -f^y wili i'O maUi kuo'pu when I app«i«
iPLuie? .■>'
l;>'f >ra y
Ju-;c 28
Vcur ob’t
B. MoDANIEL
4*4-tf
IWc nre aiilitorizvd to announce
I. 0. Ri'ill’HKRD as a c»nditiote for re election tc
liic Ho'js-t cf ro*T5nioQa fr ra the ooanties of Cumbcr-
lanJ Hud ir8.rn.-ll.
11. 40-tepd
We respscUnliy reoomm»n'7
NKlLTi McE:.\Y, n.!4 . a eandirt**-: i^t
r.' rli»'tiou t.) s L-eV Ju utxf Houc.* ofC;imaoi»a from
Cuci .erland sri' •.
MANY ClTIZr.NS,
Miv 2. '2'.) ‘ .p'iStta
Many Citizens of Cumberland
fn.t H .nic.H o.'ur.ties »l;l vote on tu«; *-'i
Au^nss iipxt
The Confederate Ticket,
for GOVERNOR
JK. «. vajii:k.
KOR THE fSNiTK,
Kandal McDaniel, or Cumberland.
FOR THE COMMONl
lien. A. D. Mcfjean, Harnett,
J. ti. Hhepberd, Damberland,
,'ol. M. J. MeUuflUe, do.
8 4S t«po
T!ie uume' of
repfv ^nliy fubmitted to
an-.! fl. rr.fi! to Tot-jii
>hos£ C .uni--"3 for ;b' IJ
r.rjiv- K),
J.VMUS hlJlKl’ATIllOKJs
tSe voters of Cambcrlibd
•- *5 i Hppre'3-‘T>i»U'^e «f
. cf Oo'-^ra.^r s. ’
M.M'V VoTEtUJ.'
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We are authorized to aniionnce Get.
A D Vci-E-N » c»)(.{' .ft'c rap^’c.itrt
Cuiubfri-kiiil sol i" t'-c tf
3 c? t’.j :i''5l Cor.cri‘i As.iiiill;-’
I 48 te
WAHTE«.
2CAA BUSHELS WHEAT,
,0UU 1.600 “ CORN.
Persons having the atovo Rrticlea to ^ell Fill receive
the highest Cach price by cii.l*i? cn Mr. H Thomson,
ftt the Merchant Mills, FayctteTii'.;', cr on tbo subgcr--
b„«bi,old0.
Nov. 5. 1862. 75tf
lAISIKIl ATBj^O Olii.
fPUE uuuVj-.SS'vI S3 liOW pra.'itrei to fura.';t ij .Le
I. pii'Ua a v-ry ?aperior «rtio?e of LU URIC AT lit G
OiL, tjttMiilly for Co(oR uni JFocW Vticiorie* We
oKini iL»t l!iit5 Oil doee uoi guRi, aaU n?«y be r'ln
^r. ojwje ’ viiU k-ed po» r *’atu -:.ny i *'.icr Oil oxcopt
t^pirr?.
■^Ir W II Porter, Superintendent of Phc«»njx Cotton
K»;;t >ry, sjyd of it: “1 havo been using your Lubricat
ing ;,'il for 2 or 3 nioct'if, and f nd it to Ic ?»up ri jr f >
say c’t'.’-r Oi! no»" In use fur In* ric»t!*'.f-
- T J 'hn E rshaw, Uup’* of .'‘lount’s Fuctory,
says: “I cai. clieerfully eay your LubiicMing Oil is a
eupprior articlc. It Joes n i gum in the 'c*m. hut kerp^
iLf jonrnal'^ clpisir aud hrigtt ”
Mr A F BeckcrJi!", Oir>r F.iffJrocr cf the 'J tJ Arne-
nii and Arm ry of this pUcff, w*s tcja"8(cii to try it
ani sayp; “1 »h:r-h for ii:rhl macbiaory— =;’;h Cotton
Fi».'tiorU~ -■» »i fn. •'u^y c rab'ccry Trh 'U th * n>ot!cn
is claw,i'f'ur Lubrlc' ^ingOii will ?ori5'''r? nes! iu qual
ity *.a rporn.t ■’
Oilier •'itcii wanufactureri h'-.ro t.i.-d i'. mi pro-
t ' f!i7 ’ 5 ' of it
HENRY E. COLTON.
Ajjent Fayetteville Euroaine Co.
April -f, 1%4 20-tf
RUR.1lx\.i ofl..
VJ^E can furnish KEUOSENE BURNING OIL in q an-
II tiricB of or 10 ^(viions a* 525 par gallou; tin cans
or kegs $15 to J20 a Uitional. Sei'-i oaua cr kegs whcti
nrenient.
Ttiis i'i B.S good an Oil as cia be made rithont tha
mixtu>-e with Aloohol, which it is impossible cow to
obtein. Tbe wick tube of tbc ordinary Kerostne laap
3ho:i!d be sli^btly lecgth-a^jJ l.y soldering on a pieot;.
■ ;» tstn? 'Ha* “.»TSri*r^d ' n - _ - »*-
and mti maob briUia,roy >%» Kerosene.
HENRY E COLTON. ^ Cj-
April 7 ^
iVESTEK:^ RAIli RO/i».
The FREiaUT ANI> PASSENGRR trains? of tbifi
Road leave Fayetteville daily, (Pundaya exoep''"
»t 8 o’clock, A. M., end returninc leave Egypt,at 1
o’cloos, P. M.
Cittle avd //flr»r Train MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY.
Cy order JNO. M. ROSE.
Treas’r and Geij’l Trana. Ag’t.
.Jaa. 22. 1803. O^tf
To lilt* %’olrr!i of t’ouisfy,
niTlZENB AND >'E!.LOW i?;)L lERS: Dy ffolioi-
\J tati^n cf cDiny filca ti I \risouuc' luyseif » cindi-
fcr the >_p-.r’ui;s btanoli of ibe L-t'i‘^!‘vl.iie '■>* N
C. Being ia service. I fh'I! uo' b.* atle Sc Kcrl ibt
pe.pio o!u-d S^tupsc-u a* the pTe‘.ino*« '»ul t n.st tc
k.uu ylEc iof Fricn is. view? -vreweli kncvrn as
b ■ Tg p, Coa^ervfct! Uentl’ucn I i,r lien jcur votes,
Tfi.a il:e s r niise if elec.cd b*" awA’o to ycu:- '''. cros*
Y UTS rr i>’t’j, tl J! COOPEli
•Uuy 8 4*^ ic
Tlie frh nds of ( ol. M J McDUPFiE
will b» gratified to If orn that he has conpen*-
Cirdidat • tc re»^.rner.t ihc runtie* of llarao l
J f> cf of -he ik'xI
William .Tf, announces
niniKvif a cAndidftU for the o£Ecc of Snp'r?or Court
Olork ftr the county i>f Jlcbcijon, Nortb Caroiiaa. He
f^ya to hio friends if they will elect him he will serve
itbe tect of hia abiiUy. As ha ia ilj able to do field rer-
« On the 1 .^ttlc fi- id. he hopes tb friends will labor
Hiive h:ia tu-ib orjp’oym^nt as will fit hla mental aud
,-stcalpo-v rc M BAGGRT.
H-’ltitep. Juno “S owr,/» ---
To the Voters of Kfchnuind aud Itobeson CoantiC*.
By the si/li.-'itii'ioii of a'amerouR t'itiiens a:.i BoWifr^;,
l.ieut. J. McARTHUK. Co. E.rfOtU N. C. T Las
Oi>n .f ail'd to bec3u’/' a t .".aaidr.fp t> rai i ^Sx'iit (^.c
aeii%lori»l DiHtricl of Rici-. jn J i.*)'! F.3bt,*B.'»n ic I.:?
nexi Lcgl;^latur? c^ -'^ur'n Cftroli"a. His poliii^if are:
A yigorourt prosecution cf tb;} w;-v, until it»e Houth is
f'.»o from ynntea ru'e an i ind i-'i ca, aud iu f'.ro?
sny m?rtSnTe-» wh’ch l-'.r.d to the r.cci'.Jiplishnicnt 1
ihn( fi’j?-’* l.i ;’i* ?Tlc\r!!iiu (if.3 bi-'in in ti e 3cr»tO';
'inc. ti;o oatt ?r , »!,■' ^-*s vlI' bcst.v!a?d
tilt ihTJivilcr bore ar.v-,i> -; Hi« fri> ’ tf> et
hcite, tbat of a Urih-iJn g.uit* as.n ever i'o*-.l;.’ to Ji •
'ihargc bii duiiei h'-M"; nb* tb-
an'! po'd’. r« ' t c ''.•(’•■'c? oi t~;:«t .‘iIt. with Ihr*-
In-sia".-’^ '-tl th*^ nf!S* fj-*.-:*)! vhir»*, rr-i fael'
: Trill ' f' i:i^-i* •-.:i I;m ; *rt »f> fester the’
Mnii'l j 2e-.t, rii‘^cr’(ioT\
;\n:’ V s i. vi'. !-x >1' 't Tiiiri'.; ;• ;n v '.O '.i^o t-f b '^- com
Iry'.’ ',i')Cr;i'.H .ml n*aii - t:'. i-jco-atilisb.
M.nNY CITIZ.:MS .AND yOLDIERS
J;nc -0 4ft 7ipd
sp. i ’rrjberUnJ. ;
Occeral AefleiuM?
Jun« 17
n t-
AR.nY HAR*lfE^i«.
1AM prepared to manufectare all kinds o' Wagou
Hftmess for -\rmy use. I wa» my leather aua or u
file good bargeinp. Agents? wiU d-.» well to pend f^e^r
Wo arc aut torlscd to aujiouncc Dr.
W M. MoNFIH. of «ow s*>^vin?
hfl » l-ici'lenB't i" 'he r'- ’ 'r'i’ /■ t-v, »j
a canlil-. e lo ir; .■ • i;i o-.v.n i.;£ of Cufa' er-tnd
»n \ Ilir''C!t l’> ihe next T iv.i’.ro
Juao 2’’. , 45 lOtpd
To tlio Presmon of Cumberland County.
By request, I sraiD announce njyself a candiiaie for
the office of !?ac-rifT of CamberlanJ county, t^fcoull
1 be c^ootod, 1 C5.1 only promise aa bsfcrc to discharge
its dafps ■^rith abilitv I Kiay poesess.
HECTOR McNEILL.
M..y 2.'^ 8fi te
To the Citizens and 8oldIert( of Harnett.
At the wlicitation of m;vuy of my friends 1 respectftally
n.mmiiiK>^i n f.qn«iifit>.tt» fur re-ftl(VtiAn tO the
g^teful to my friends both at bome and in the Armyir*-^
tbe very p'oerous support heretofore received at their
bfcndi», I can only pleijre that «hould they again maul-
fe>t their confidence by re-;lectiug me I will, a^ hereto
fore, ecrve them promptly and impartially.
Wryr*-(»i)ectfully, JAS. R. G’l.\DY.
April 13. - •■^1-te •
•rdere to me aa thr,y aball jave
lent off La quick Ji'patch. JO JN C.lRi FR.
Ooldston P. C., CbatbaJB Co., it. C., 1
Iun'2 n. j
*00 lbs. fcJurai Arabic lor sale by
J. li.
Ott 16. '
Alter tlii*4 date fl will
16 Centa per pound for ragn. or
tiirhcHi markei price, deiivei'cd ju
V
the highcHi
^ette^e, or at my laillB on Rookilsh
F®b’j Iftr 18ti4
MDRPIIY
7 it
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Wanted to Purchasie,
E8TERN RAIL ROAD STOCK;
Bulk Noteo;
Gold and 8ilvor;
North Carolina Treasury Notes (Fua l -bl.->,)
41 “ “ $1 and
t« •> Bonds, old end new;
Uotuxty of Cumberland L'onds;
Town of Fayetteville Bonde,
Qreeasboro’ f 1 and f'2 f;ertiflcat>s;
(Jonftderate 7 and 8 per oont. Boa ls;;
OoapoDB of f 15,00«,00>) loan;
“ of Town and County BonJtt;,
*t of oM North CarM-r***. Hon is-
T. S. LUTTERLOH.
Ootl2, 18C3. ■ _1!!L
0KDN1N€K intPABTMKNT. )
RALHion. N. C-, May 8. 180». jf
LPAD WANTED.—1 wish to purchase Lead for this
iJe^ment Persons having large or stn.ll
uu«Mfmpi.~..pp>7•'
POWBEB for 10 ‘^''h"OoQ, O.pl. 0. S.
In ciiarge of Oriin^ace.
69-tf
Ecypt Coal Ifline.
The onderslgnea were, at the November rerm vr t.ie
Conf®der»te Court. UiBtrict of North Carolin», ap-
Dointed Managers of the Egypt Coal Mine property^
Lid have entered into oopartnerehip for the purpose of
^n, Mid selling «o»l, and Bobcit orders for the sama
SWdMired qawtity. Ordew for any amount can
be roppUed on rtorV notice. The C^al from this pro-
nert? ii undoubtedly the beet in the Confederate Hta cs.
fppiollion. Mjlimd. W Ohw u M.Uetl F«,ell..
wilU N C pf Jarooe Browne, Charleston, 8. C.
»iU«, H. 0-, CHARLES B. MALL«TT
jAMBB B.aoWNK
raT*tt«»111*. Jan’T »0, l»^«R
■ iXRAYEO,
BOM my pl*ce on the 2Iet indt., a COW and CALF.
The Cow ifl white with red spots The
^ Palf nnmarked. mark of cow not reocllect-
T*Se cow wa. pTrJLw^ from Mr. Alex McLeod
^ flinty and it is probable that she hw found
I will pay . liberal re^rd
fi H.Z rwotery or any
From and &tter tbia
date the Steamer A. P. HURT ^iil
g^^ggglr »J 8 o’clock, A. M.. on Monday
^Thur^lav. JOS. A. WORTH.
Apiil f._ITtf ] Ae’t C. F. St«am Boat Co.
A FE?/ IMPORTANT FACTS
IN REGARD TO
TffE “SOITHERN BEPATI€ PILLS.”
1THEY arc prepared fr 'S'. tbe best quality of
t cines by tbc difccov^rer, now fiti aged Minister oi
the Goapel, an l are aafc.
n Tjey hav,; bcsa k3D=-i2 for yc^rj fc.id tested by
iL'i.j.’i.ii;.
G. Five hundred persona are kuowu to have becu
cured by them.
4- Thsy arc not recoaameiiu jd by the frcpnctur for
07Rryti--i:>:r, but only fur •ll-: ‘a^es wVlcb iiiac- from Ur-
ordrrcd livers.
5, Direciitna and cf rlibcates »o.!omr>j»ay each box,
and tbcsa oartiScates are from well kaowa auu moat re-
epec'Able indiviiuala.
6. Corrjpponients r»com!uend tJiera good for Liver
Diuatao. Chills and Fovsra, Pacunjoaia. Jaundic?. Dy?
popbift. IJiliou^ j’evsrH, Biho’.n P.ilitus-ttssu, Woitcs,
Plour'sy, IJron.'.iiit’a. &o.
7 .‘cv-,ril geptlemsn ?;&:> Liiat the use cf tbese Piii
hs-.3 r>2tai'i thkio an a^aual gavi* of from $100 '
>iOO; tbej are »ria bee?. j>lau!»! Ion ujcriicina e»or otierc ’
li> f:i»- j uMic.
8 HCnic pbysioiaaso' tbe highest etDtidiag pres'cribr*
th^;"i to their ps-iients, and hundreds of boxae have botn
a.)'i J to regular pra;ilitioner8.
y ^»pr:ng tbs J&flt quarter 2.BS0 box.'S hA7c been aol I
to two i'rii.-ista, one in South Curolina, and oue in
North Ctralioa, and some time »go over H,7U0 boxcB
«tre -.r lereu by Druggists ki one torn iu VirginiR
j|*^Prio». f-S box. For f30 % do*'!U bcxoij wil'
bo sent to Mldrcss. A very lihoT'sl disaonnt to
l)r;igg!3's3Ji4cor.nl»'y ro“r baut? Cuth (I'CW can‘'’mr)
io scooJ^ptay ordcr.^. A jdre'is
GEO, W. DEEMS, GoldVooro’, N C,
For sale in Fayetteville by N. A. SlediT^an A ; in
Rockins^bs'u by *T. T. N«rtUftm; in WailcKboro’ by Di
B-iunett: i;i Albemarle by J. M. I’ivins; n Clinton hy
Hutjbard* .Moseley.
Vftj 10 35-1C.tpd
F A VETTEVI I. E E
.^5'T?1AL INSURira-E
^2fj7,jS8 at»
{j,i>77 3(»
To the Voters of Sampson County,
Through tbe soUcltatioa# of m*ay of ray friecde, I
ancounce myeelf a candidate for » scat in the House
of Commons in the next Lsgialataro of North Ciiolina
Sbcuid I b5 80 fortuni^te aa to Ve eUcto 1. I will aadeavor
;o work for. the interes*. of thr citii^a-3 of Oampion
cojnty, to tho best of my abilitv.
JAMES I. omur.Ns.
Clinton, N. C , Jaue 7 31) Itpd
'tT0>SS^ aothorUed and requested to
L annOMiije -o!. B. F LITTLE as i ennlid^vte
to repri'sent iba county cf R ctnivni iu th?
House of Cotnmocj in the next Lcgieliiuro.
May 19.
mond
Mat 21
F
Cap’ital in I’remium Notes amountn to
Caijb on hand an I fttber a; j'itB,
Total, ;£272,7;)6 It^
The Company have paid all looses promptly, and
have never nwwle an assesomcct on tbeir premium
Tot»l logscB paid, >2
OFriOEas:
GEO. McHElLL. ’‘resident
D. A. RAY, Vico President.
C. A. ilcMlLLAN, Bco'y.
Uibiotoke:
Henry Lilly, Tiliiughft.'t.
II. L. Myrover, 3. J. Hiusdalc,
8. T. Hawley, Wm. McLtarin, ^
Nathan A. Stcdman, T- 3. J.ultcrlob.
A. W. Stcol,
J. G. Caok,
lion. J. G. Rhephord,
John ColliixB and C. C. MoCrummen, Traveling Ager.*!
m^The OompuiT invite applisatio;:^.
iKt «8. «’
C. B. Mallctt,
James Kyle,
A A. MoKethan,
J. D. Williams,
S. W. Tillinghut.
nank Wvraala tot mJo hm.
We are aut^orit;ed to announce JOHN
A. IiONG, ftp a c »nlid*ite for ro t.-itction to
the otliae of Sheriff for the o-'ucty of tiich-
35 6tpd-to
~VVe are awlliorl*t:d So aFiiioiiitce
ROBERT M McN.\IR of Ca. C, 1st N. C U%Ualion
Artillery, a? a Cini' ’it", 'or th;> ofiice of SHERIFF ol
R.>bascn Co':ni.y
May 20. ^i-IOtpd
Without Holieitatlon of Many (Htlsens,
but from a scnae of right ind deep interest iu
cur cauac an ocuutry, as there is yet no
c;ii‘5idi.to from Moutgomery, only a s»pporicr of
Wii'iaru W Halien. an? Cilonii \7. B RiehaviHon,
and John Audrew Barrel!, of Moore, loth Holden-
itca cf the worst grit, I ATtuounce my?e!f a c)indiil-.t>* to
represent the Countija cf Mounj aud Montgomery iu the
Senate cf the next LcgiHkiure o' N >rth C-.rolina,
With the promise ibii, if Mjiilgoancty county Hball
bav? p. cindidate of her own of ihe rizbt grit, in 10
days troA tlie publloation of this, 1 withdraw my name.
1 have no desire to be a member to tbo Legislature,
and hope I sbail never be a o?n Udat j R'5's.iu My pij^t- '
form iu, my country, and to ask nothing but what is
rif it aud nn^Jait to notbip.tr thit ia wrc'g. 1 am
egainst Llnoole, HoUlen and the Devil. Colonel W It
Richardson. Johu Andrew P.arrflti. or whoever ehe ruiy
aJvo'itc tlieir cause. The God cf Hcaveu has no
n•^'ro t') '!.) i*;th ffipiuff this n».r itf ou m thrn he has
v.i;lv » b'.'hwv robbrr, killing a rra i for bis niiiney.
r.id \»‘3 >.ro a; muoh duty bound to resirit tbo cn? as
the e!t\er Gc-d does rot favor unholy lust, or covetoua-
n'8^i or roguciabnfss, in time of W'lr, any more tLan in
tin-5 of pc.ic2. Wo ought ev.-jr to rcTntiabcr Achan.
Vittb itis pcldcn w^ilpre f.ad Babylocija gavi«cyn. God
w:’i not l*jok on irj(j:;Ity with a>lo'3':noo li cur own
pco;^l^ wore t il j'a.‘;t and good ic 'n wt- would h%v« noth-
ioif to f?a’‘, bat might But>mit ourselves i^nd our cause
to Go l without fear of vbat ra*n could do to us; and
the beet wey t.^ get aa ♦•i.rly an i lasting and glorious
pe»cc ia for C7ory one of ub to grt our liefipi'ts right with
God ani keep his co^.man ’ments, lo do them; then we
TTould be more cate and mo»‘e joyfal, laughing in ttie
fsioe of our enemies; then wc cf uld 'no uavor bowing at
their feet, iuil our tceaiics wjald be made to know thi^
God 18 just ar l good an>I holy, ?nd that he would never
suffer tbe rieht»on8 to be moTC*l; »nd if n'^e- ssary wo
might, liko faithful Abraham tho aorvart ot tho LtI,
anl at tha same lima tbie master of servants, go out
aga:"*'t our cccitiics to battle, eword in hand, three kin.'S
ajT.iu;)! fi»e (or Gencralp ciihct;) ur like tiie good old
ohristi«nbcro, JoehuR, shouted (sow:i the wall of J'^ricbo,
and get our ind^pen lenoe without sabmiasion to our
enem'es or hcggi:i)i:o' t^6-n to. ms of peace
1 have not dore muro ilian my duty in this war, yet
1 have said cvr tithes and my tax, aiM havs i;iv>in lo
onr EolJiers »nd ti»eir fe.mi’ie?. m^}re ihau » thousand
d'Uars a year for Ib'^se four TCP.rs I nu: now C'tl yc^ra
old, I cballengfid W. W.'Ho'.ifn, Isft rioptsmber, to
meet bin- »t hiis own set time in Rn^ Uh, tnd go wHh
bim to tbo war 1 never plead under ajte and I shall
never pUfcd ever age. I »m Btiil r'-idy I am for Z B
Vance for Gove.*nor, only I am more so in some respects
than he ifl- Ifl should be elected the people may rest
ik^Btired I Bhall regard the honor aad rigb's of my
oauntry aud SUte, andeapecially
HftifciiiCf xxouiw
By M. CRONLY, AucUoneer.
A lf€TIO.\ i7e ~
OF
I.^IIH>KTEI> GOODi!^
BY ( .4 T A LOU HE.
ON W - a».-'fl3ay, Jul) ‘iOih, 18U4, commei:citig at 10
fiV’oek M., 1 will scl>, »t n>v ^alf rc’ni8 No.
i. ilr*iui'‘ Ilor, Wilna-.ngton, N . the eiitlr*’ cargoes
of Sieamshij 3
BADGER AN!) LUCY.
^itb I'.rJto cOiiBipi’^rsent.i •>r CHICOHA, .^LttJE.
EANini'i f rv Ul’ PETKRSnU'Ui. f.nd o;‘" v*^*.-!!*,
vix;
;j'J?Y GOOD:*
w ^'5 3'ound Prints
17 CISC'! ft:id white prictr ■ Mus!in
13 o%sie liu ’tvhacH Towci^
il CR^.'s Organdie Mualinn
8 iiaies Army Cloths
7 f'v3es rup«.r Hosiery
7 csde.^ C.'5‘.n’ aai Civk’ft Spool Cottca
U eases fiaishiag Lln?n Thread
B bales {»ncy Shirts
4 cases solid, brokfn sad monr-iing Cini^ham
3 cases Maok Lustre
3 oases Confederate Tweeds '
3 cases ready ma’* Clotbin?
2 ca!e3 Chesk ard Stripes mourriug
3 on«es codt, vest and bon? Duttiins
2 balas BAre^e '
J easo’: 8C_
2 c*303 brown HelUnd
4 oases Flannel Shir'S ’
•J b*!""! raix 'd Mfcltoas
I bale blue and grey Sergo
1 baic fircy Flannels
t case Black Ali»aca
1 ease Blr-ok Orleans
1 cas*' 1’J.pcr Cambri?, a'’E3rlod colors
1 bale mottled .Mpacas
1 case Beauregsrd Tweeds
1 case Stoutbcrri Cloaking
1 oas--» Biftck and white Prints
1 case Shirting
1 cas' Fftncy Shawls
I bale Liof'fl, superior
1 c»«c .Mosquito Netting
1 cisa Ties, Olovfs, &c
t bale Barer Broid ('o*’.i, -'..rtr t c ■'.vs
1 ease Irish Liuen
1 case Pant Duttons
1 Cise an ! Whi‘R T'ir.c
SHOES, LE '.THER A
2G trunks ' kdice’. Gont’s and Ceildren't? SLoes
ir. cares Lidi^-e’. Gent’s sniCh:ldren i> Fr liooteca.
Extra
6 c*3ce Army Shoes
7 0iS2S B^rton’e Blea.0 led an 1 i>iowR Sii-'teT'i.re.'.d
4 cases Fr Wax«d Calf
4 cincT Charaois SkinH
2 ca.'^'8 ?«lorocco Sk>n.=i
COTTON (\'\RDS, fiiOTHlNa. .Stc
35 ci»be-H Cutler; C»rlrf, K*. UM, p*.t V.’hittc'B^orc'a
best
1 c.«e Wool C.wds
2 cisee C.»rd t'ljihicg 32 x 4
2 c*o?B filleting
trlATlONERY.
16 c\ees (’»p, L'>lt»r aud Note Pt p-^-
2 eases (Jiliott’s StO( 1 Peuo
3 ci-.OH Pen Holders
1 case Paucils and I'tns
1 case assorted Stationary
BAGGING AND ROPE.
lU b.lesGunnv Bagging
148 coils Bale Hope
GROCKRIEH.
238 biig>. Rio Cofl^e
r>U barrels IJrnw'* SugRr
fit» barrels «;rnMh"d 8ng»r
182 kita No 1 Maokerai
8 o^«kB Chtoi-ry
10 boxes Sp rm Can.dle.'j
10 bag-j Bl4ok Papper
10 oaddioH Youuf U?son Tv».
HARDWARE, &o.
8 tons Hooii Iron
20 kegs Nftiis «:‘Bi*^ied hii?r
4 oaske Wire
4 oaaos Gun Cftps
12 bags sbot
« CMC3 RnivcH, Files 6uJ R^xore
lauuoRS. fto.
4 quarter,c»^k3 pure C-'gn.iO n-^niy
1 h*lf pipe pure Mirtol Braniy
1 quar'er pipe pure Piret, C wtillioE & Co. Braady
1 eighth pipo pu’-e Oiard, Dupay i Co Brandy
10 casks Whi-ikey
32 f..i?ka old Hum
100 cuBOS Holland Gin
36 dcmijoHcfi Ililltnd Gin
DBUaS, Ac.
^ casen L-q-.iorioc Paste
94 cayes Liquorice Sticks
i;> casks AlcoiscI
14 c tbfes Alum
8 cisks EpBoni Salta
9 o'.’ikrf B'ilsAni C3r’-'*il’a
9 bbls Tannei's Oil
42 kegs Bi-Carb Sod-^
5 bbis Bor»x
."J cues Qjinine
3 oases assorted Drugs
6 bbls C'*r p«tay
3 cftBcB PclMa Garb
2 cases Blue Mass
1 cae? Powd Ipec»c
1 ease Iodide PotMS Rud lodin
2 oacks Soda Crystnla
2 owks Blue Stone
1 Que Pkosphonit
JoMtt.
To the Soldiers from Chatham County and niy
FelloW't'itiJEeus:
I a ran i;dH.te for re e'eotinu to the Hoi>«e of (.'om
J muui! ?if ibe G-'iieril Ae*»rub’y of K V at ih* ensu-
•UF e!tcti;ia Two year., ^go. wfciJt^t cariinjr you to the
I -sz'fnt of ruy ability ia tiic Canf.-ar.rat» juxay. joa faat!
' ib« kiadc.-^ijs t‘i elooi. mo to the Lr^Jclaturc, to assfgn
■^j a post, of houor, su*; itj ail j robabilily. to esivo ciy
I I'fa^ Fully apr'”£oI»tiwi^ ycur hind pirtwliiy in olo-
yftti::K me to Ih't otJicp, I ca've en.lt-, Tort-d faiihruUy
aud Tiitu fiuolity to discharge ite cvi>ry Ju y. On the
grott quetftica.-* of civil fr»-cdo!n ana G0iatI(.t'ti0D&l
IS7e stco'firmir b;- ;i>e r^i to of thcSfatts
and tl '• p.'-uplc, wbi!--t 1 have rt>nj'erod to tie Coniede*
*»tf! foveraxacDt a obei’rfL-l »ifiaisno- in rU its ju.'il Mid
or.T)!:i,'t ?«,ion%l measures.
As tbc ftjte of my health ni»y not al'ow me to cia-
VM-* the county, it is proper (o i'->form these who do not-
know me fb»l I was devotcdl" allii.obed to the old
I7nl".n and did all in my pcwcr to prevc-nt its dicsclu-
But when I^crth ''‘aroHni severed her connection
with the oM government, my o^llcgiMce to my native
State, my duty and my every hope c,f oelvation and
proppo'-'ilT in tho future tailed ujotn me fo defend the
bull Ob I •—*-
_ (j:u Sot'a Stfcta tiikt Lad Aune so filoiicssly through ILe
j Vs-lley tf tbe »ha«tow of a*‘*th in tbe war of onr lude-
• p Bt!. nco On fhc r ieMle-' nr.d misfortunes brcught upon
our oonntiy by dcsiRnirg p:-i?!’Cifti'n botb Forth and
South, who loved thijniptiv':' beJt^r th^a thoir country
and brf.ke up i'a r-soe sn.J b«t'.'ii:onT hy .'ippe&nng to
the f-aiaioijs. picjuJlces fnd aT>i>.itjon cf tbe'r own pcc-
t.if n, 1 b oV bf.ck liiin -ieepeat ro. row, »cd oa/restl? Ue-
sira t'- ute bouorabla >fi\rf. t« rvnt uti';’ greater
c»l ^.liii' iej.
I* -sriB iicf my intentiou to le-ive the cerv'co when
yen ! cK ivri> vc4-a -»go, r.u ; [ regrelfcd tbe r.c
I'Cr ity of bav'-u , .o 'Vt h n V(iOi»”t cf ill hi-e!'a Ths
R ''f ro» y Ui*’ tvmc —b?ar-, f-’i-it’
of UT.boU ’Jcci pii'tii'f.'Km r.na 5ir flP'R(''3 of r-.rp^i^e,
I !c't th. m »r’fh my ’:"(.vt ful'rf.-a»i-
irifl” f->? I'-.'- -r -v. HaJ ! f ;»lo->7rd uvar. in’)
f-u I SI pr.i^.e" '■ '.t t! (y "vc ibr . '
I ;n ! tbey s ITU-'h lo'*-'4
If rr r’-Tt-'r? 1 T-.illeud ft ;£ »• t/>-Is'oor.rge ■!' •'-vA't-.
o' tb; its’bT ; 'is;c'» h T'i ' . ur 'o
tcr*"st8 nn t the a.j' d c^" tue .•■jUi't^y I " ! I.: V ! »s.*l
checiful’y Bi;bt?,i'. to the dec'ricir oi tb-- p? •
Most reevectfuUy you'-- oVi se-v’t,
vvlt.riAM .1 ii'.DEN.
J ily 4 48 2t
ARTICLES IMPORTED FOR THE SOLDIERS.
Thg Standard and Progress arc oontmnaUj
assorting that Gov. Vanoc has dene nothing for
the soldiers. To show in what reokl^ss and an*
founded assertions these papers deal, we havaob*
tained from official Bourc^s the tollowing list of
tho principal articles imported for the use of the
soldiers and their fauiilics. A large part of theae
articles -have already been distributed, and the
balance is still on hand to be distributed, a«
casion may demand:
List OF AKTICI.IS.
87,690 yards double widtb, 17,678 lbs sole leather.
srmy cloth,
38,611 rairs ehoes.
55,953 blankets,
•^4,428 rairo rooks,
6,947 flannel shirta,
84 063 yds grey flannel,
B28 pair? boots,
?C,5Gft prs cottcQ and woJ
•ro,K •
6,0tj0 p^nte,
6,00^« great ccata,
6,002 jackets,
3 coses c&rd cljtbinp
78 doa rolls leather,
Wcare authorix«.*i o
»i‘nvu iee »o th ' b an leol iisr- '
Dupt f* C'';U -t'’, tbf.t .TOII-I R WAi.
Lack ii a c-r.ditiate n ropr«s«.\’t (■ :!.e !J
Comijccs of '«?5t rj«glBla;iiri^ rf i,
July 2 47 3tpi
^ jflegorti. E. .1. Hale «oi»s:—lfou
*re autberitpd tc ^nn'unce Ccl. D'V1L» BBThCNE
Co Q, "4i-i N C T a c*t:J •int.-t.i rcp*f^?i'!;i Pv-hcJoii
ocuniv ia »he H -njc cf Comra'His in tr.o next Lc{^’f-lf, ur '
o'" N ?rtb Cp? ol'i i.
July 4 4T U pi
We are autliorla:cw to aunouiice
L. A. POWE^Jv tz !s for ^ ?c%t io tI-o Ho=.:ec
of C.'^mi"* f ■' tV.o 1’ X’ G»'mrsl A’o^mbl. o' No't-'
Cero’ina f;om c 31 ’ o? 3t:'aT«on.
.JnW 2 46 S.rd
KAHlfETT i’OUlfTY.
I WILL sttevid -»t ;ce f.I’owing plaees ia li*rnett
County, for the pnrposo of oalleotiag tho County and
SUte Taxee due in the year 1804. TheTax p»y^ra will
please mt-et me pr wptly:
At Joisnsonvi'b* on ThaTwday, July 21;
At Mre. Ci.rrcp...u’e InBir^ccu? I>^?t oa Frid*/, Jaly 2';
At Tnrner’a S'■'re in Upp,.r Lltil': Riv.jr Dist ca 6.'*ur-
day. Julv 2c;
At P*tfc:/*iE.^lsreJji Monday,
A! .^.veriEbcr.' :n TiVP'Jc.i". Jr.l^ 2''’:;
At R«ndal Turiac‘oa’f' i-‘ Grevo ■ -:“Iu .-. ::j,
July 27:
At Reuben 1 is\
Thursd>y. July !8;
-At John SfM ucc’s in Hrstor’a Creek Di^
July2»;
At Mrs. Arnold’s in Uuckiieru Dist. 0:
July 30 JAS! R
Jul\i.i, lr04.
b-pt
8,624 lbs harness leaih6r«
7.840 Ibe upper do
94*1 eqaare yavdp oottea
olotb,
1.096 frying pi^a,
1,200 Enfield ritlee
120.000 rifle osrtridgeii witli
caps.
120.000 musket do «itk
OOO.fHiO moskei ea{«.
250,0C0 bbot guu e*p8.
10,6f’6 m’lsket tub^s,
6,048 shot fun tubes,
j 30,000 lbs lead.
A very l»rge amount of >fedical and Hospital stores
turnti over to the Surgeon Gpnoral.
In addition to the above, a number of similar
articles, wc learn, arc now on the way. Two
card machincB with wire, tacks, ic , have been
landed in Wilmington and will, as sooh as pofsi-
ble, be put into operation Three now machines,
with abnndant material to make several bundreti
thousand pairs nf cards, are in the islands, and
may very shortly be expected. These five ma
chines, wh^'n put into operation, will soon place
a pair of carda T^^ithic rcacb i>f every one in tbe
j State. liCt us hour no more of the stale charge
I that UoV. Vance has done nothing lor tho sol*
I dicrs
To show how Gjv. Vance is appreciated else*
where wc jmblisli the following tribute to his
“furcfiight, judgiDcnt, and tinaccial ability,”
wliicli wc tind in tlie Columbia South Oaroliniau;
• 7/is Old M'orth Slate —'rguroent aftrr e.rguoi«iat,
i;k'i O “i I pib d cn I'c’ioa, ha® came to us through otir
H Tib ’.birc'iii'i excha;;—e, tc show that eacb of tbe
Gti-'-rnh- :'W- '’tr.l’.lrte cow before tbe people of ihat
rftaf.-. p’r. ,tic’$lly ‘ t . c beet But the fillaw-
i;.'? figurcp M 3 tb q -.c-aee it°clf, ^n l eons'itu'e »' sioo-t
''•1 c ;ec:i'.! ' ■ rial? ‘OfUKseut. ever gave a castii2»L»
8UCC' a Tbry not only prove tbe foresight, Judgment
and fi.i;'uct*l ability of Gcv Vanco »3 a busineaa rumt
find e. bu‘ i-iev g:?-- evii^enci of a dogf.e uf
pro=feTi!y ;a Nor'h Csroliaa nrfqsalled perhopa in
any other 81*410 She bas raale h'’rself indepenleni ot
tbe Gen^'fil Govornment, and whil-T her bad aeu were
bui'V wci^ *^g out toresies, her K?'-d men have been
K'l.'truicg th - honor rf tb;'ir Slite, s.ad building up a
rfii-u'Rtio’i tiat will not be for a ds-y, but for all tiLie—a
repul.ation for enterprise uaJ»r dlfficul iia, for motherly
in'PTfst in tb?ir sobijjr sonn, for knitting tho boude of
the General Governiaont by contributfiig from their
own stores to its we’fakre, and for maintaining unsiil-
lied the honor wuich atfaches to their birth-right,
^uob figures are stronger th^in auy mere argurient ever
nttored. and we rrjuld like to see tbc flame prond low
ing ia ever/ Slat.' of tho Confederacy.”
Tbo Carolinian then presents the official btate-
ment of Maj Dowd that appeared in this paper
a short time eincc.
proud shewing” t^at North Carolina has made
under the aii.'tpiccs and administration of Qov.
‘'’anco'/' Wjil Mr lloldeu answer this question?
lialeiyh Vonservatioe.
cn Fr’day,
{Jiiurd^y,
GR\DY. Rh'ff.
47 7t
Rl€HT10xlfI> A(^AI>E.TIV,
ROCKISUHAM. N. C.
The cxeroisfs of this lartitution will ba rrsutD. » ci.
.Monday she lOih of Jaiy 1S64. under the sup'r
vision of Mr G. M. Ytcoey. A B.. end Mrn. lancey.
ln-iruc;ion is (riven 'i VI the r'ri:’'A"(r ftl-’o i”
th- J.iirher s id c a--I:*l t r.ifieao-, including L=.'in.
Or. :k,'Frf-.t-ch. Uesn e'ry .'rtioao^y. Natural f hilo'o
pb'^, t^tiemisUV, Botttt-.
G. M. y.MSiJEY, rr.ajj;;..i
iJhIt
C. s. AliSEXAL AUMOKT. \
K.*TRTT>;vit,Ls, N . J’li* 6 18C4. j
Foiindr? .11a”. Wap^tfd.
ONE cx^’r»'Ilc^'‘•i !!■ i-j' tUHin-s- C’u tni Hi‘ ii-Iy txji
p!oTrt';,.,5( ..K pr.uct»^'u t > *hP
4''-Gtf i OMD-Q OFFICEit
IWgro gf«y at Anetioia.
0* N Tliur-i-i v-, th'"!^! inst , w 11 be aoU At .\.uctl'.n,
1 N: (l*iO B.'Y yei.rfi of age, of j’.ooi cl ar&3t>T,
and hccurfloju'-d lo fiel I'l ■■r
JOHN H COOK. A:;c'r.
July 8. 48 3;
E Tillij Piij^rt) io urp r pjvrt of 11 jhes a (^oui iy
? w ’1 iseot me it Vo'^s Nvji: 1)'^cl. 12»:
14ih, . .1 fit H''o?-Hctl Depot 20tb, 2let, an*
thi.^ ivjiiih. lir'.nT jO’’“ T2C;!"( tad get
rece’pt, for all 'tey h v? pfx d oa tiieir eaJineft
sons fA’linj !c r..m:, =.r' 1; 'blr t-» b i
retuinsvl uu.;Te'.i'-eu
By order of t/snt. ?iIoGt^WAN,
PoBt Q M. 4lh Dial N. (
B 8T \NC!T., Q. M. Opt C H A
July 1. ^
ncI^BIS^L A«^AOK.^lV.
mHE next S«H-«lon fct MnN^-^n s Aaadcrey will C'W-
13';), rud
22 \ pf
fD*»’
Pcr-
>h ;ir est-niaw";
i meice tbe 2'th ikiBt
Tuition per Besnion of five tponthn, $p, $7 6t) and f(t;
Board 56 per mjntb—all payable in piodnco at cM
prioes or its equivtlent in Currency
LiraV. d po-di««TS *nd poor ohildr-n of dece-Bsd sol
diers chr.r^id no tuiiio»>
R. VcCASFILL, P.inripal.
Milta, J^y 1-
S.'IO Ri:WA R «>.
|> AN AW \ Y from the Hubscriber, cn tbc 21th of Juue,
li mr uc»ro TOM Ha wUl i.rob^b’y g
0
pbout wher.-
Tiirnpr Gibhriet’fl wio.-r ';v’ i In R.-. -eoc!>. Co-m'y. or
in the v of Monro.'V on 'lliit Rockfisb,
who own“® a brother cf his I will p'.y the'.bovi re
ward for eaiii negro or ’lis coufit?'»weaf. in Jail I cati
JOir- FAIRLEY.
Montpelier E. )., Riohmoni C> , Ju::e -K. 4.>(itpl
mOTK-K.
rj ]c..i TSwr’’'v bsy m-^re, ’p^'h v black ^anc
anHVti, >ir..ko looiJ M E -ypt St-Ui.^n. f;l a:ham
countv I hive ”ot seeu hrr fii?ne i jndgo th'*t romf
pctRon liRS t^kcp ber >ip o-i- t;t lea !"’r got,
iooBO Sho is of cor.mon sin. gool looising b-’r n;aue
oonbUerably wo’-n off with tho ooliar; her left j
been all knocked ont. h“.-r v'lbb^d oil of ao." V'ck
1 will Pij well for in'o.-' -a^tien ho tiiet I pst he-
^ ^ HABRIS TYSOR
Pair Haven. Ju'.y 2 48-‘f
Cow ^Utrayed.
ABEOWN COW, marked with smooth crop and under-
bi* both oars medium 9’ie Any information will
be ehaer'allJ r'ceivod, and a liberal reward paid f or
Perjary.—Let Mcsurs. Churchill, the two Hol
land?, Beckwith, Long and Suggs, take notice,
that Mr. Holden copies from the Progress the ar
ticle which charges them with perjury, in these
word?:
‘ It r11 s, riousnoas, if O Churchill, Bsntoii H*'Uui J,
G 1!. HolUni, i B Long, R' M. 'jugg. and SiUs
B; ck«riih, sse proper t o joia a secret ord*r uni ^ake
horrid oa,th«, which they i)rota;uc rot to divulge and
then perjure themtelves by divulging them, what is it all
to Mr iioldsn and his friendst”
But we tell these men, for their comfort, that
although Mr. lloiden charges perjury upon them
by thia publication, that this is only one of hb
“honest arts”—his kaloidesoopic views In 1855,
the tolitica! order of know nothings existed. It
wrsa secret organization, not for purposes of
treason, lut for political purposes. Its members
bound themselves by an oath, and among other
octh.s, to keep treeret the proceedings of the so
ciety. Mr. HoUcn assailed this society with
great bittornoes On the 2d day ef May, 1S55,
be gave his views on know-nothing oaths, under
tho title “Kxtra judicial oaths.” 'Hear him:
• VHiti ani rasli swcering ia forbidden by the jxrip
ures; and know-nothiiag org»cB j resume largely ^p-
ofl i.ho. ignoraixj* and guHibiliiy cf tbe people when
tbf-y &Rscrt that this applies cnJy io profane cursing anJ
Bwear.ng.
•Whi'u an oath is taken according to law, the «wetrer
itnows tbe naturo of it before be takce it. He m>y read
!t or htva it repeated to him. scd if be does not under-
8 »nd it l e may have it cspbined to him.
B'^oars uadcrstaadiug'ij and comjrohends befotehMd
nttoro of tho catii ho ii to t»ke. Aay otber kiad
of swcsrintj is Tain and rash, consequently sinful and
binding neither in a moral or legal po’it of
the contrary wo belicvo a man is morally bound to ex-
por.- all such frauds and tricks, preparatory to hw own
repentance, and in order to warn others against tus
fc-*rful ein into which he himself has fallen.”
This was thc4caching of’ Mr. Holden on tho
of May, 1«55 Following this teaching, Jlr-
Churchill has cxpct^ed the I'rauds, tricks, and de
pravity of this criminal combination named the
“Heroes of America” He has “warned other*
a^ain.st the foariul sin into which he himself bae
lallen.” and for ’.his Mr. Holden turns upon him
and charpc3 him with p>rjury, for doing that
which he heretofore declared be thought a man
morally bound to do.”
It is to be hoped now, that Mr. Churchill and
his aR-ociatcs will expose this whole bu.sin*i»8
to the public, and tho officers of tho »aw. They
mijjiht go before Judge Saunders, or Commissioner
}ira«'g, and let it all ont.—KaJeu/h Confederate.
\m fwnvej, by
Mtt. S. li- WALKE&.
sait
A neto Lieutenant General.—The SoutherD
('tmf*'deracy says Major General A. P. Stewart, of
I'eEnessee, has been promoted to the vacant
Lieutenant GcDcralship in the Army of Tcnnes-
boc, and \iski been put in command of Lt. Gen.
I’olk’a corps. The Confederacy says Gen. Stew
art is a irraduate of West Point, ia a man of ex
alted piety, thorough education and rare courage,
all eminently fitting him to Uke the place of the
illustrious Polk. He entered the service at the
commencement of tliC war, as Major; just before
the battle of Shiloh he was made a Brigadier and
commanded a brigade with surpassing gallantry.
He was at Murfreesboro’, just after which ba.tie
he was made a Major General and served in that
capacity at Perryvillc and Chickamauga and in
all the battles in Northern Gwrgia. ^ »
member of the Gangland Piesbytefma aknrck*
1 and « devotil christMa.
    

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