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i f ; this, ho Rlirink3 from no Labor however menial. For bo it remeniborod that a groat deal of onr breakfast on the 17th was cooked by tho hands of Charles F. Fisher. It is useless for ine to say how our Kegi ment loves him. zcn. Thns has ho fallen in tho primo of life a noblo victim on tho altor of a holy cause. Resolved, That wo tender onr most ear nest and heartfelt sympathies to tho fam ily of tho deceased, with their assurance that with their deep grief wo mingle curs; tlut that tho memory of hia mauy"virtues shall be ever enshrined in our heai ts, and heralded to future generation as an evi dence of the patriotism of tho distinguish ed men thnt mark tho present times. Resolved, That it is the request of this r.ieetinrr, that business be suspended in Bnhsbnry during this day, in honor of tho distinguished dead and of tho holy cause, in sncrifice to which he has given his life. Resolved, That tho citizens be invited to Attend at this place, at tho ringing of the bells at 4 o'clock, p. m., to organize under Lt.Col. Rradshaw, to escort the corpse to such a place as may be designa ted for its reception. Resolved, That tho Secretaries of this meeting bo instructed to send a copy of these resolutions to the family of Col. Fisher, an'd that they be published in tho Ranner and Watchman. Tho recommendations of these rcsolu "lutions were fully carried out. Business was suspended, many of the stores were draped in mourning, as was ido the rail road depot. Such a furiarrd cortege was Tt'-ver before seen in Salisbury the old, the young were out all dona in honor ta tho memory of Charles Fisher. Amongst tVan wore Dr. Wm. J. Hawkins, Tresident of tho jh'.lcigh and Gaston Railroad com-p-.nv, 1'aai C. Cameron. Fref-idcmt, find Kdward Wilkes, Superintendent, of the North Carolina Il:dlroad, Col. Wm. John son, President, of tho Charlotte nrd Col umbia Railioad, and oilier Railroads otU cialsto pay the last tribute of respect to one thev had known so intimately and no well, the Confederate llr.g waved at half mast everywhere along the ronta and sor row brooded over the entire State. It was our lot to know Charles F. Fir.hor well. We knew him as he appeared before his fnmilyin the private circle as he w before the people as a politician as lie stood as the servant of a great corpora tion he was the Sam'1 a man in every sense of the term. But how many have known him as n friend? Hundreds of men and women throughout this State will miss Chas. F. Fisher. Hi-', was a friend ship that knew no cunning." In the by ways and dark places of the land the lignt of Ids countenance h:d danvn. His right laaid knew not of the deeds of charity of his left, nor will the woild. sr.vo v. hero it was received, know of his bounty. We have received savcral ..'counts of the manner of his fall all ion ling to show that he fell gallantly and i:i rioaaly, iirsfc of the foremost, in the givsd struggle, for the safety of his country. The spirit of so gallant a lender cannot mil to i us pi re his m-n. ihey on.eicu tae vl wifn i:rc;u privat..; John W. Itaui'J, hand hot oil'. marches imu .it oue ruMicu into iiw dendlv breach, without rest or food for From tho Italcigh Stato Journal. Col. Fisher's Itt-giiiient. We aro indebted to the politeness of J. A Engelhard, Esq., tho Governor's Pri vate Secretary, for the following official list of the killed and wounded of tho Gth Regiment of State Troops, in the late bat tle of Manassas: Company A... Capt. Kirkland Command ing. Private William D. Hannah, and Barney Bleaney, killed: 2nd Ltieut. Thos. A. Trice, 3d Serg't. Wm. W. Tarpley, and Daniel Burus, slightly woundad; 1st. Ser geant, James Parsons, and Barney Bren nan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Bur rows missing. Company B., Lieut. Parish, Command ing. Private Van Burcn Oakloy.killed; 2d Lieut. Willie P. Manguni, mortally woun ded; Serg. David 0. Roberts, and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington, severely wounded; Allen Tilley, William Ray, and Guilford LawtJ slightly wounded. Company C., Capt. Freehold Command ing. Privates John A Hntchins, and Ro bert Falkner, killed; Private Wm. P. Ha ley,mortall wounded; Serg. A.W. Pickett, Privates J tunes Roman, Iliiam W. Vick crs, J aincy Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hut chia s, Win. Siiml'-eo, John lu. Davis, Albou S. Cdenn, aad Harrison Gar den, severely wounuci; Uariisou xioaci', Owea V . Wdictt, alightly wound Rough and Ready, Reid Guards, Stanly Marksmen, Lexington Wild Cats, Raleigh Rifles, Vance. Slade. Anderson . Hargrove. Harrison. Vlllli Hegimcni Ii. C Volunteers. Captain. Ihric. McRae. Love. Houston. Corbet. Terry . Keliv, Green, Name of Company . Chatham Rifles, Monroe Light Infantrv, Ellis Guards, Bcattio's Ford Riflemen, Mountain Boys, Tar River Guards, Davie Sweepstakes, Franklin Rifles. Sandy Creek Rough and Ready, Jackso Poplar Spring Grays, Spivey. ftixtii Kcgimcnt K. C. Volunteers. Name of Company . Captain. Jackson Volunteers, Coleman. Madison Light Infantry, Teak. Black Mountain Boys, McElroy. Rutherford Rifles, Lee. Rutherford Volunteers, L'v'nthorp Haywood Rangers, Love. Jeff. Davis Mncon Co. Guards, Angel. Henderson Guards, Shipp. King's Mountain Grays?, Bciggs. Buncombo Guards, Thrash, Name of Company . Washington Grays, tlydo Volunteers, 'IV. v :'J.?rriv ll'i-rrt .. - ,7 T - ...s. " . 1 T T..4.- ...i am i ed. 1 Company E, Capt. Avery, commanding. Private Joshua M. Sorrelf, uiortallv wounded, Privates J. R. Roberts, Jacob Thomas, Thos. L. Ciiis, and J. C. Free man, severely wounded;' Capt. Isaac E. Avery, Serg. Janice E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tiiumu Vane?, Anderson. J. Daviw, and Rrico MoGee, slightly we-ira- ! Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding. Privates Jaa. P. Stowart,and James Simp- kou. Killed; i'nvates w. i'. Wuue, mor tally wounded; Privates Eidri'ro G. Thom son and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; Private Joseph B. Thompson, oar-shot oii; and James G. Watson, slightly wounded. Couiany (r, C.vpt Craigo, Coiinuanding. I'rivates G. Noah, A. H. Oorriher, J. ii. Corriher, J. S. Smitii, Ja.,uu J). Setter, Juo. He.ss and Jaco'o Safrit, killed; I'ri vates John Howard ami N. Lindsay Dancy, HO.veroly wounded; privates V: Rufuti Owe.n, ileury W. A. Miilei, J :tcob V'. Miller, ami Bariiett Allen, atighliv wouu- dod. CJonanuy IT., C:pt. Mitchell command- j ing. .Not directly m tin ement, nearly fifty hours. O'l entering tho field !ive tinrr ititaloons orse, a Col. Fisher di.'-moantc-u mr.i hi; is- if ef hi:; clothing, to hi.; 5 and hirt, he eent !o tho roar ills h Id sword. h;s ;o:tl and wate'i. R'.vuri'i bra-X' of navy p:.-.teIs uroitud hi wa'si, hoiz-'-l a mnskt-t, and bidding hi a fervent an ati'eetiouare 'gOi.-d iie,"thiew him-If at the head of his men and bade them fol low Inm in glorious d ijs work One ai his tir.t ae!1; was to charge upon the :.'! s of the ene'iiy in th.o teeth of Slit r-f.,'!'!:-!'' i'.'l:.. rv, U was in 1 1 1 i s fatal Comiiuiiy I, C.ipt. York Conr.nar Bergs. Hiram Sear.-;, Juo. V. WiUo:;, pri vate Jo;;. tally .von: ,.i-l. pnvai e .fa.;, li. Idormg, severely wounded; and Jo.j. D. A us ley, Mightiy wounded. Col. Ciiarlo.i F. Fi uo.i, 1 Lighti'oot slightly woundoil- - . . 1 i l 1 i 1 rr ill. lua.iuig n j.UiO., 1 mori.siiiy v.oii!e.:;.t, sever;y, 2! .shghciy, e.nd 1 ;.; ;..:::g---i.a-kuig C'J. A uniaoer of ot.hr rs reeeived hiignt injarii.s not wori.li mentioning. T J 1 - j abo-.o hi taken fiom Lt. Cut. Light foot's oillcial rtpoi't, Ccrpiain. Sparrow. Leith. rXo li Ca, rO H Sharpe. Li'nlser . .! 1.. mo. Clement. Currituck Atlantic Ilitki-, Roanoke G utrd, Company B of Mar Ida eou; Wafehhigtoii Cuaty Voluuteors, C-iiii-an, tr villi a. .-" n t v f v viii viij Ind e pc u d e n t G ray s , O OU!ISOl Coiioon. Name of Otmpa'-iy. k'laden Guards, Biaden Light Infantry. Hoimeu Riflemen, ludepcrideiu; Iliuc. iioooaon Riho .Aimrd, Julumuu:; (, Oualov (Ire aarns, 2o. Moor.;" ; Creek Rifle Guard;;. Oohimbur; Guards, No. 3, Svotch Uoys-, Nayar of Company. Or.'.nge G uarda, ;Uii.o:i vf "avi;, Ofd.dyboro ilifles, Golduborq' Volnnteer, Wdrf.iu Light Infantry, Pitt Volunteers, Mu.'l horo G v. a rd , Di.;ie Ritiex, North Carolina Gu.uds, T uckahoe B 1 a vey , V. t". 1. :;d iv tiirouir!: the fore- ,oii r,.'i ! itrr I wo - i.;e!:. 'i'hank rjod his Tnc r.oald It.' J i. a C. Su bed it e , a o a spirit a. .a .i,a 1 tla 'r 1, 1 on. , t :;n- e1'!"'! t'ie .-.u-rt iut "rjifmr.t m,I- a. H: ith n.;.; a sauat-f u v.'or-o t li:ia d- ht- maiigiea or o.; ,u!a ; and know 01 st ill went oa hum triut .e eo!ti.i njc o; lull1 . J iiu iui: mi- i i,.i.; n.n;i i it;'.-!.ed nero.s his i.siou, the :ioxi. hi.; eyes eioK.i-u in d ath his regimt.t'.t cheering a lil'ie.n as 1 .ocy i' .Trv career ji 01. Cnaiies . i: miter e;;!eed ueh la l-.il.ov ut-.il r.n-aus to or gaaizo and eliiciiaitly equip his regiment f ir the field. His heart was in tho cause. Ho panted for the fight, and ail who know him looked for a h.riau-; career, or such a dfa? '.1 nz has brought it to a close. Charles F. Fi - her was born iu Salisbury. II;1 v.-as about i- j ears of age. Ho recei ved t'ie rudliixnrs of athoiough military eduction, but tdaiKloi:ed that .study for tho practice of law. This was a profession he never liked and soon abandoned it for tho more active basinets' of life. lie for a time edited a newspaper in oaiibury. He wa?. elected to tho Ktate Seanto and served thioagh tho .scssiou of ltHjl-'o. He w?is sul sequedlly made Preddent of theNoitli Candina Railroad Company, a position ho continued to occupy up to the beginning of the present mouth, when he resigned to take command of his regiment. He had entered for the war, and vowed ho would never sheath his sword, except in death, nntil the last enemy of the South was dri ven from her borders and tho world had hailed her as free. Ho leaves three chil dren, a boy and two girls, and, we believe, an only sistor. Of his character and talents wo will let those Bpeak who knew him best. Th poo plo of Salisbury at chair recent meeting say: "His whole life, from infancy up to manhood, up to tho day of his gallant death, has been a model, of private vir tue,, and public worth. Gifted with tal ents of high order, with a mind stored with learning; remarkable alike for the unspotted purity and untiring energy of his character; his life had been devoted to public nsefuiiio.' -h, in the development of tho resources of Western North Carolina, and tho promotion of tho prosperity, wealth and happiness of her citizen".." It is a part of a true leader to r;co to the comfort and to secure the confidence and love of his men. We might recito numer wus instances to show iu what relation Col. Charles F. Fisher stood towards his. One will suffice. Capt York, of Company I, of Col. F.'fcs Regiment, in a letter to tho Standard thus speaks of him whilst they were stationed at Winchester, on the 18th iust.: Here we stood, amid the shocks of new mown wheat, awaiting tho Yankee Vandals, until about 10 o'cIock at night when Col. Fisher an nounced that after much trouble ho had supper for us. We stacked arms, and all thru lay down, making our bed by tearing down wheat shocks, and spreading our blankets over us, in which condition wo took n heavy rain. Wo were kept in line of battle until about 2 o'clock yesterday, and our baggage being lot t behind, and after it arrived being packed away so that we could scarcely get to it, yet Col. Fish er, himself took our negroes, went back to town, had us a good breakfast cooked and brought to us. No man ever lived that thought more of his men than Chas. F. Fisher. No officer ever toiled harder than he to render them comfortable, and to do owiijg is a list of th-3 killed and Infantry tho action oa the Hist July, lbiit. t C, killed. 1 wounded, wounded Name of Co,2any. German Volunteers, Rifio Guards, Ca'oarrus Riack Roys, Cape Fear Riihmen, J-; a m p : i o n Ran gt r s , Fair RhvtT Volunteers, C dumb us Guauds No. 4, Colui.Ju.s Gaurds No. 2. Cou federate Greys, Wilmington Light Infantry, Captain. Geo. Tait. Robt.'fai 0. Chestnut. Williams. Norrnent. Ellis. Redd. liawos. George. Mallov. Capfnin. Jones. lUloau. Craton. Wh' taker. Ru'.u Hiag.Itu-v. TdojTiU. Strong. Yhufekl. Vv ooteu. Vo!i is Jeers. Captain. Ko molt on M eaves. At -veil. r t the a in liberal patronage by the ieople State. -', AsheviUo Pioncc 1: Ouk Livmo and Oun Dead. TLi , admi rable paper, published weekly by Col. S. D. Pool, should be in the I a. ads of every true North Carolinian. It is r, clear retk x of tho hktory of those from this State, (raid taey were many) wio T:arucrpated tho lato straggle for SctitrPr'i ladci oieuce. It prcpof-es to make an honest Lhlory of facts, carefully collected and pi-tia a cheap form those deeds that have shod .in im perishable lustre upon Southern arms and men, particularly, the soldiers cf the Old North State. Copies can be seen at this office and subscriptions taken. Concord Sun. Orr. Lrvura astt Ocr. Dead. The above ia the title of a journal started by S. 1). Pool, of Newborn, for the purpose of gath ering and ireserving fact.? and incidents of the late struggle as participated in by tho soldiers of North Carolina. This is some thing in which ho ought to be encouraged by every one who is desirous of seeing the good record of our schliers preserved mid transmitted to posterity as it fihouhl be. We should like very much to see some competent persons from this county raider take the tr.f k of writing np tho part her soldiers took in the center-, rml at tlm sme tirno do what they could to aid ?d'r. Pool iu cvtc-raliiig the circulation cf Ora jLivt?:g a:d Our. irr a truly mritonoits and oiio a?servi:g oi every cn- - is- oourarx; , Greensboro i: ivi ArrrATj to ti- Norn-:: C: :a I'f7'3rrr.y. Iu aprvadhtg to tho ludiop of Norta Ca:;M:ia 1:1 behalf 0" this noble eider.)ri..e of wiitlng the war history of the Jiitate, Co'. Ih;il well r;ays that half a d-ca ':uergctic iadiy in every county would da mare to gather up frag?ncutary recordr., army correspondence lYhn? n Stale la-t I.'i-Goti i,MS Duup ' O , , 1. Q , ror .'orihfaroimn.- i (?crtb (aroliiin Xonrunls. t nd r the above headirg, the i.-cr 1 - - II KEXTINBL of the Stat" Agricultural Journal contains rV 11 UAI.KItil the fol!ohtg ea 1- r- --at of a homo in- n,n. J(iali Tmucr, stitntirn: "TliO timo i:3 f.v:;t nrprr.ichTti wh.n tho hope: and struggles of maiv weary T. U. Kiiii- larr. Tho i.-rii -Weekly Kruuii!, U9 r.wlir j-t rjni: i:as.::u;h i.iii.y seim," s:' .t tzr.I. Proorifloni. fa-jai?! T. V.t.htmK. Pohu'cU ai:or. r ii,;i t y l t t .v. . . . - .... ...... , - ? m iriii Tho W, N v-r. ia i.-a.-li'acd on WA.'nrviA montlis will, bo crowned with s!ti,v. The State Agrienltr.rrd Fair is endeared ; ITk 'y ? ' rtinr!. t!.r- S.:vr ptrannara. t o t h u Ji u t c f -1 or t h Ca rol i n i a 1. 3. Ye n r after year, the vons and daughters of onr noblo old common-wealth arc wont to as emWi? in this graud family rennion. not for the purpose morcly of meeting fries! of other days, and cementing by renewed acquaintance and association the indisso luble tic3 that unite us, but nl?o to secure the moro practical benefits that are de rived from imparting and receiving valna blo information affecting the varied inter ests and complex relations of every de partment of life and labor. Tho fanner, the mechanic, and tho professional man are all liero teaching and being taught. Enterprise is directed by new intelligence capital is diverted into raoro useful rhan- 11C.1 1 in 11 a ecoro of men immersed in bus iness, anvi gricvou a,. p.' -.jcd with the e 1 r 11 If. vre eoy s or.!C x-01'-'--11 c- n iu'-eio in 5 hiiL ClOth) number of Cm Lr.'ira axi Om Di:ai": Wo hope- vhis appeal, no cloonently pa.1 will r.ecoriplished the purpose ef tlio tea-. V"il not l-J.-:a. e-ieev uvA 7Avz. C-arho raid air.;. Hiibr a-d 2Iiss Caia-ron and jJiss Fisher and airs. Viggin: r.v.'i sorcn of other falonica ladies ia the Old North Statu reload to ilia can ? If tho ladies of tho South asj-ast in writing the history of tlm Graat War, it will be wiift-cn with symmetrical bean! y, with ioi' tv devotion, with sublime fervor and pa- 1 ii , nels, and fresh stimnlns is given to th desiro farkaVher culture id nobler dovrl lovrl- opracnt m r.ii taat concerns car material prosperity and progress ng a people. It w-rdd be dimcult to ettimta fully the maniald benefits which nccrno to all from this annual Stat? Festival. Its disoar.tinu ance even for o:-o ye r would ba a blow to tho best interests of tho Stato Jhat would be deroy Mi by all cla.f.' of our cit;s?ns yel this gi-..t calamity had wc!!-n?gh over taken it. For rarntha, tho oineers and fronds c:th3 North Carolina Agricultu ral Society had been ?ti. :rglingta ovcrcomo tlio o!;:;tac'es in thoir way, "and had at length succeeded iu securing all the fund- th.a w:--e r.ecrsncrr except about i'kOOO. This sum hr.a been promised them by rev- J r-r amea.il' eral Foreign 2r.nnrr.nco companies which I WeUr o1. for yoar.i pacthavo been dra-.viughundrcds of thousand of dcllais ;,on the Slate. Their repves.n.iivcs hcra hrd expressed rIli: WILMINGTON JOI KKAL, EugslliarJ A SinJns, EJm. A PuMisl.acs. The Prvily Joimiat i pnMlwha ! frory mrmnf (Moudv t xi-taeevl) fer e'ghtdolUfn unniv. Thi Weekly JonhaJ Is uW hesl oa l'nvltf at two tlollar jvr ve?.r rjpllC V I I.M1NUTON S T A U . V II. Lc-rairJ, L Lur ud Ifor-rictc-r . I'alLjfhv.l Daily at titu Jor.ara Kt &nncia . perleet r.iiiirgneBa ' a-! caniast i!r- -av ca tli a part of their r ?..' ctiv; companies to loan the money 0:1 tii aainla eeauritv of- :V:-cd.. The time came but the nonev did 1",.,, rjiii 1; w 1: s t 1: 1: x i:xiosiToit, At ill VILLE, N. C. Crtcr A Av?ry, IZU. A lMtliA!.r. Ia'.h--ht:.I Tli.iitvl.iva at two ilolUns per year. rpi:i: ciiaui.otti: ousliivkk, Jv'ixiu toee JuiiCh, KI. A IYontor. I a-; v Ol'ercT f '.x tU2!:trr nor nau;un. Tri-VVrkly Ol"ervcr, IhvtH- (lollur anj a hail Mrver, two duliant rH-r aurnim. Q1 T A 1 US 1 1 .1. K 1 X T i: I. I.I li K X CK II Cin K. Joiici, CI:t r A rrorictor. rn!Mjf ho'l SatrrJn- nt two !.Ii.vrA jrr er. ! uof. The prorates raada, like toonmav irJ2i: 'AUOMXA M USH K S ii K H4 ! "Jira only to t;c!:To the 'car and sew- j ' k.ij.si.oR , N. C 1 the er.d of li moment, wcro shameloslv J repudiated. 1 dying upon thena brol-en j J . A. Umktx, Lhtor A rruirioter. reede, tha p act; had maae no otb-r rr-1 ;; ... ,: v.v M.-,enr. f-nr a..Ua rcr. laagcmaa., mn; Time war Jiorf, A ; ., iw jlW:i..r, two iUlUm a vcar. fer; dvg ro" .al 'e?ia.c t!io fata of the f i , Tlic thi-e--. following cstracts aro from ! tho Ihdoirrh Daily Nowb- of the oth of Sep tal alif-r : C:l. G. Tj. Fool ia rugaged in orjc of tho oatcrpviira ever Tinder talc t n State. Ocjc Ijrvr: axt Our Dr.ii should bo taken by every Ooafcdorate yoi- 1 iaVKim Fa ."so 11 an a v 1 n. raoat laudabh in tn ,jre..e 1- 1 ...1 Ti 1 II. o:er. 'jniy i a a year. 1 ia wortii liva ni".o:-: tnc pnee. born, Ot: .ddres.5 him at New- Frn-T V7 a ii C o v i. 1:" c r. . Wo do i r.aaemb. r when our feeling have beau more deeply moved than -.vhen wo read oi on 1 1 O J)t nison. Msilac. lh-ivatv" Jame.; rdauning. 'Jo. Wiley (ramer, " iluhin itichard..s.)n, " Carrond JJiaha ili-ditl v wounded. Co. a, tha am pa- 17 our 5:;th complete TVo g;va behrv the nam: i.ie 5 which were Jlr;.t oi''a meut-i, number-jd v.x indicated or Ti-'thcl llegiment, wo gave in number. In oar next, wo will tho list of volunteer rcgimcnta as num'oered up to to th3 time Gen. J. C. Harlin Lo carno Adjutant (b.aicral of tho State. aVo republish thc.10 organizat-iona iu order that tJm old names of tho eompanio Iioreaftr to be known cidy as Companies A. lb C. Sec. , of llegiment, may be pre- erred. At flrat wo had daplicato nurabera of regi ments up to ton, known as 1st, 2nd, &c, Fegiments of N. C. Volunteers, and 1st, 2nd, See, Kegiment3 of N. C. Stato Troops. Those wo publish to-day were tho N. C. Volunteers. Nam: of C(mpai:y. Tovn .Fork Invi nciblcs, aloiiTitain .1 hays', blue ilidge liiilemea, iJri vid-'ou G uzrda, For yvth 0 iiards, Si'''v,' ii '-.i'li'-ni ij' ' '.:. !.. 'l::r Yndhia (Jr.-y I'a.gles, Foiaytti li.il. alien, F o r r y t h S o a 1 1; 1 o n -' , Captain.. Westmoreland Fepper . Graves. Lnteh. V, i -a-.-f, n. Gii;aer. i ;;..'',;!. Connolly. htt. aliller. Second Regiment XT. CT. VoIhij leers. (I2fh HeKimcnt C. T.) Col. Soloman.Wiliiamf;; Lieut-Colonel Edward CantvcTl; Major A. W. Durton; Qtiartermantcr W. T. Alston, S-Tgoant William Powell; Commiasary, W. T." Ar riugton, Sergeant S. T. Willi-iras. COlfPANICd AMD CAVTAIMS. Name of Company. Warrcu Guards, Granville Greys, Halifax Light lufntry, Cleavohmd Guards, Lumberiou Guards, Duplin Bides-, Xaoh BoyH, Warren iiiilos, To w ; 1 e s v i 1 ! e G ; a r d 3 , Catawba liillew, Ca yi ia in. Wade. WorLham. Wijita!:ar. Fid to u. Normeut. Kenan . Williams. Jones. Coleman. Hay. i'- v ' i eom :a TiTVixa a?,d Our. Du.vp, a v.cvld ad:hd--d iu ;-,re wbo.ru by that ga or a;i'l el.-grmt arait.5c:nan. Cel. ; ra- the articles in the last ha.ua Ocr. Ltvixci amd Ouu 1)k.x, of September 3d. eea Gaining the tributes of rospect,NOo;t ;if!cr Ida de;ith to the mcmoi'y of John Vv. FJiR h:')rt!: C-.roliaa tact war Cover aor. The trihutes eaibracad the ooiaaicati of tlio presatU tae State, raiu'efea'ding t i he old Whig and Domocra.iic p.utie.-. memorial proecedings of r-bwonic Lsdgeo r'h Ciri-Iiii;', h-odhy, jaliic meetings of citizen;; and of mill tliorities of tha Stato. m oiheiv.t poriiona or and tha act ion of muuiei 'Ot!i '-1 . , l ; . I : VU 1 1 ar ( r,T.. f. a ha la&t :i C"-lqi!:: lilt a-artii. v-ooiia r.-or?i i'l v'c'i frca:; ohh-oa - of ihafc ia;bi n. 1 to tisn th n lcat.cai maj: y . t- - . - . a the i: ah proas ofo- a-oio "v'i U;T a- tai- tr:otio-?(ddie r. .i 1 ' 11 O JU Oiiil i-s..orn al dai a to r,au?aiero- er, -1 , :ihda.d, and ?mm:g othc.-i ho mantioaed tv.o h-allcs of th.i'5 city -"!io had kindly for- endi ita.Jf to evej-y true Southci-uor. J ta (-'ijeet is to record tho part. N. Car.lizaa took iu tha la',0 w n. Every Soldier in tl;e hi rom ro a ;)! ,.1 v f-.a i.,.a.i. man- s-n-.,!,. , ,.-1.' ttlllililil. t. Price $2,00 ier ronton Gazette. Our. Livin-o a:tj Our Dead. V7c cgain call attention to this valuable paper pub lished by Col. S. L. Fool, in Newborn, N. C. We have reid wiih n-rcnt intiv.uf 1- - ----- , --J.l-V-i..-IJ ti-T, valuable historical matter which under the successful hand of Col. Pool, assumes its proper shape, and is published in this val uable journal. Those of our people who feel an interest in th? preservation of our war record as a Stato, should write to Col. Pool and enclose $2 for a year's subscrip tion. Kinstoii Gazette. Our Living and Our Dead. This is the name of a paper published weeklv rt New bern, N. C, by S. D. Pool, tho 'objoc-t of which is to rave a detailed historv of 'nWI. i Carolina during tho la to war, and to relate thj h::ro'.e dec ii..: OX i.-er eon.?. ioaoa- ob- Thirel ISegiment Voluuteersi. J.lth Tm.ij. Colonel. W. !. Ponder; Li,a. Colonel, VV. S. Guy; Major, D. ii. ii.imilton; Quartermaster, D.xvid Pender; Commis sary, Thomas Cain, Name of Company. Cajain. Yanccyville Guards, Graves. iLandelsburg Pities, Er-.viu. Milton lilues, Mitchell. Leasburg Gray.s, Iiambrick. Alamance Jleguiaiora, ItulTin. Davie Grays, Clement. Edgecombe Ililles, Ilyman. llockingham Guards, Scales. Itockingham Hangers. Settle, Dixie Boys, Daily. I'ourtU ISeimcul Voi is 11 Seers, 1 ItU X. C Tr)iH. Colonel, Junius Daniel; Jiieut. Golonol; Geo. P. Love; Major, Paul P. Faisou. Name of Company. lloanoke Minuto Men, Thomasville ftiiles, Anson Guards, Cleaveland Blues, Oak City Guards, Cajitai.i. Johnston. Miller. Smith. Dixon. Faribault. iec.t ! Let all who deiiiro to perpetuate the memory of thoo wh defended Isortli Ci r edina in her most trying hour, and especi ally of those who died for her, eneorfrago Mr. Pool in Iris praiseworthy undertaking. Western Expositor. Ouu Living and Our. Duad. Wo again direct tho attention cf cur readers la the patriotic: efforts of Cob Stephen D. Pool of Xewliera, in perpetuating the war history of Norl-h Carolina. Aro our iooplo sus taining him properly, either in historic coaiiiburioi a or Hvd.acriniionf to hia p-aier Orn Ijivino and Out: Dead V" The cliival roTia deed:? of tho "boys in giay" should "bo treacured too dearly to r,ass into oblivion. Iloeky Mount Mail. Our LrviNO and Ouk Dead. We advice you to send i"2 to Col. S. D. Pool v. ho hi rendering tha Stato service in publishing hia war record with the above title. Evcrv man who has ordinary Stats prido should subscribe, and all the ladies (God blc-r-s them !) wiio are always ready to do their duty, should aid this worthy enterprise. We Ixope our people will takeladd of the matter vigorously. Baleigh Sentinel. Our Livrai and Our Dead. Thia hand somely gotten up sheet, published at low born, N. C:, by Col. S. D. Pool has been the gallant sonbairnpovei hi ed by fha war are eoaipelaed to bibur unve.mittingiy for the support of their familier, -:ud "eiunot spare the time, in m-my iv.ptiuces, to r.carch their record:,.'; ml forward material" for Our Living and Our Dead, Col. Pool, napeals "to the ladies of hia native State, fair daughters of our common mother, North Carolina," to aid him in his enter prise. Our Lmxa and Our Dead. It is tho good fortune of this invaluable publication to increase in interest with every number that is issued. Colonel Pool's heart is in the work, but great a3 is his zeal, his judgment and good sense aro no lr.-.a con spicuous. In the last number. C !. Fool makes an appeal to the ladies of North Carolina that ii as i ca arira. le tor t'm e'sniautl- -.1 ;gaa.a!aons ita carta::; nucneo or it wcreis. There is scarcely a h-an-.-e in 11 which some hni.ag vrora-in'o hrax care full v trea- arc d r.p m-.aeni-a 10 o. !a ' of stirring times when tlmir e very thought was for iaSalligerco from tho army ILU rs it may be, ncw .papara, or tak-giuma, that wi'.l liirowa liooct ci iigaS i;n thatt, without them, may rem there is scarce! a woman in t iiu oh acr docs not rciaci uown witt! . State vh 1 . vl li- 1.0 s I . rem 0:11 1 'or tl atei. i, jray WjIO :iOC."5 not that went up. - -. -r : j - 1 v. - received by us every week since its publi cation began. Its object is to perpetuate the truth of History, and to cive to fallen sons of tho Old North Stato their proper rank in the lato struggle between the States. Ii haa little or nothing to do with the politics of the present. It deserves a among tho living; there ia aaareely a wo man in tho hmd who Joe; nvt r-mer'd-er, too, with what carv ilea thia'h:!e.d ad preserved every scrap A writing iiu-1 of printing that told where thoso loved on.s -'vera raad what da;:;;. Lt.t thoae rich treacav'fS bo brought forth.. North Cavoliaa wuai-.-n v, pealed to in vaia for aaaht that w.u never ap- oraoio r.iiii no.j.'e, ana wo avo ,v,r. Cuh.mai avo :ror.i taem ta car-.;ia: Pool v i 1 1 ve endoraei Jaurnal. endoivemciit he o rich?" d-2se.'vee:. W A say, camp meeting t:uu ; , r i v .-- T oi faitli : 4 Lber td, an' de feet am Chrmtiaa, am foirfvot- . . r 1. . I f ia".-'i, i.i-l.i-i, li. !--o i..- cli-iritv. Vv'h-.-n t.-- k.-ji.i'. en d .i four f ecr v.'c in at ;i:rhi. A special dhipatch to the London Tele graph f,ays the cholera i:j raging iu Hun gary, and thatjifty per coat, of the oases prove fatal. Stato Fair of North Carolina, not for one year, hr.t pivbabyfcr ail time. Jir.t hero it wis thai blood s howed itself thick -u tha?i water, and ihs North Carolina Slide Id fa In; uraaeo Ccrnauy, came forward to tho a. he: of her f-kt-'-r cor; -.oration, r.nd advrvad the amount :icr.o3arj' to carry forr.jtid to comphn.ion the phaa. i of tha Agricultural Saeioiy.thrs firmly establi ;!' iiig 'ftho Scato Fair,'' upon an enduring pasiL'. iUi:or to wham liouor ; due. Tho peo ple f North Carolina will for the fur.t ty i! 1: v u a x it 1. 1 cot itniK, A. T.oviri no. X. C. T. T. Jlitcholl. lAhter jui.l Vrn tutur. (i. S. i;a1ur. rianuia 1. iVijLsliol IVi-lays at tw tl .lai. ;or year. rjisit: xv.v. ;;!:iei: daily Tnu:s, F. Hu1v!.-. I'. htrr ami 1'i-opntor, T. A. Uoary, Ak -i.u-. H. 31. l-.trpcJUcr, Jah-xI '.'..itiHw tbvio in thoir bdstory bo fah;a t- their vo-( Daily Timer.. -: tluUarn pc-r u...in iu ivlvaneo. cord, if they do not j.tovo fheiarx'vc.. true 1 Weekly Tn.w. er.Miflie.i TJnirl y nt twor!ol- to tho:-;.? who in the day of r.dvciTnty were true to .hem. The North Carolina JAU Tnmirance Company is now in the lin t year of its riritenca; bui; it has already ta ken a stand if which its efiiocr?, and the pcoplo of the State at largo may bo ju?.tly proud, and its judicious investment of every dollar of ita fundi in North Caroli na, and rancngour own pc ipleaas already 1)0;: pro-iuetiTa good. Tho benefits rcraliing from iho ra-tablinli-ra':-at of this Company and the Ita.nie in snratv.'ij and iavoLtmeri :.'. w.hicli it oflerw and c-fTcela, are rr.ch that vc aro confidant the people of North Card, a a- will not be fdv.' to .ipprcci.atc and reward. 7J0r.T II CA HO LIN A iiTATL LIFE INSUIiANC: COM PAI.Y. I!.:! c!:-"Ii NortTi Carolina. la.-u p-r y rpnu h : est 1,1 (.cot 1: 1 i:it, Kr.wii:..s, N. C. (lea. W. Xuon, Elitur A Frop.-ioti.r. ruMiMliO.l every Hatiu-Jay at two ln.ir per annum. r cine; y.i 1 t r x en u 1 c f. t:9 Hyv.nti t Braith. K litoin ,t l'ronrioiora. J'tihliftheil Sat unlay a t two dollar and fifty ec:.t:'. i. r ar.cum. r it 1: v o x c it i s V s (h,y. i". Ilrrif, IMivor Frojri6tor. OAl'irAL ir-vi K;-aa- 1' P.U!la rrcsktcat ia- n ,v...,;-. :..---.,'.-r.' ji:r.:ctor. Vv I lUai.l.-r. :.: :'l .-Ldic.J " J P, ;Va;-! 'r r.Ail .a 0 II 1'err, i?r.p.-ra;-d;g Ar;cat. l)i':XT0i3. Hen ivcnp P Bait!". non.T.vl II (VJ bvelb H " Jl(!.iM.,(!!, IL ii Ja!'a W Ca.-'.inaii'a.i.. rial T yi Iiolt. Hen Wm A S:n-.U. J r V' J If.wi.im. Ih.u 3c', Ilnufi-.g. (Icuciui Vv ii (V -1 L W iluia-lbrc-v, C Tato jrair-hv, Ccl W Ii At id. r-:,.n. John Cr wi'!lirm3, OolW L tiauudow. li Y MeAl.-n. Col A A McKnv, I J Young. James A Ora!i?m. V li Cameron. 'J C'.McKae.J II ISntlioor, J C Illake Wcltor Ciark, V O Uiichiu-ch, J J David, JoLu rraiTCRER and advaxtaoiis. It is emphatically a lionio coaipiny. ltd largo cnpitr.l 'piarviicod atrenftli and sifc- ty. ita rr.tc3 arc f.a lev t'les.-i of any lirot c'.i: company. II c-forR .ill do-aral lo fonna in a'.-.-a"?. ?Ta 'ar.ii-xc-ary rc- lrli U-;:': : - a:c-.i a. rc.-:.- b:!-.V of tr-vcl. a-.a. - -.;, r f .vP iliMo rr'tf r'.vo v:ra-. S.-- ...'':;-. ' ;1 ':" ):" .. '..-':; v-1 ':.: ' "'a ior'i C irolf.-iii:.", ".".-i - .o ...,?."!' -' a"- " . t -, - - -. . 1 . ' - ' r ...... . ' ! : - it ' : . . . . vi ......-, .4 1 i ... . ... , T ! .1 . a . ra,f.''a.at .-;'xu;;o i'..- J;: .area .! raat .-c...... D. T. C-rr.-ra-. .'':.. PuMlrJitid 'oalurilavd at two ilollaru anl n half n year. KCTliniiroKDTrtK, !. O, J IS. Carvrtcr, ) rAiiCT6. A. L. Oraybon, f I'i-.lli.l-.'ju SMi'UyH all wo l.-!Uici ptr annuta rjisia-: HiLi.snouo m-:c:oiciiiuu J. Ij. rui.i.aon. r.ditor and Proprietor. i'r.M.. -lit-. I Wt,diics-;.aii at twa dollarj any fifty cia.i a .''. riri: i;ai:k;ii vncivi.v i:ka. (r.KrtLU ax.J Wm. A. Ih-ari.o. Kditor. NSia. T.I. JSrowu, Manager. IMuii.-dsed TinirbJays at twoilollarn a year. rjUII JiATTLCIJOHO ADVANOB Jiaafd A. William?, Editor, r.il.li.ihc.l Fridays at t-wodcllars yar. o. n. r::.:;.kY. r uiAi:LO'rri: n. c.) irr-crruTi: run a s -:,' v: I'f. l"..' :" ' T 'TH III'. V Aar-:.i ;w-.. : f 'TC-Tl v.i:l 'v..'a (' ) V.) vit!. a f a" . . . -.; - t 'j a a -.1 1, - v - I'. v C: v.:I. r.; aa.Ir., .. ; !: La": ra Aa"a.-. . It. TI. CiiAV;.!.,. a - 1 'Ja.y. y C. AT. : tit'i ir,.M'. .r. a.: aiai - 0.:...-. a-a :aa; IC-ilia. llx,." ?a; i ' xt v, :a i: ,-. 11 . I 1 .. . IsJ '. i- - ! , -c,;. 1 i lly 2 Ci -il:ra- c f J'a. r.aallv. .t.l.: J.. ... u.'.i.i 1, i .... '.. i . , . ,i : ,;i v.-. 1:. v. Ta'iTf-r rjllli: SOU Tl li UN H0 31H. cu.-auxirrr, 5. a I). II. IIi.il. UV.lor ,tt1 Frjri' tT. I'a'i.i-ii.d il i.j at tv-t dullard aiiJ balfpof a.: . rrIIW CAROLINA WATCHMAN. HALI-IsVuY, 3. C. J. J. P.niTif -. I'. hior anJ 1'ropri. t r . J. J. SU .vi t, AfctK.iatc. I '. !.-::! TLart-laytiat to .tj!.arM a year. ri!!: SALMM PKOlM.irs PUIhSS. L. Y. a J 2. T. Ill am. Proprictore . l'al I Tirnvdayii at two dollar, a year. Vi'.i.. I; j;-, F..;itor ai 1 Pr-jrictor. i -ll-'-.v I 'iLtu I.v at t.'irr lullaiM a yar. mm: wilso.n plain im: a 1.1:1:. A 11. W. F iilf tary. i' !it-r. ViS- ! r.'i.'ay at otic dolUr an ! fifty cnt. rjun: wi:sti:i?n ihlmochat f;.Ai.L..r ?. . Yl. J. ViO-. I'Ja- r --.i Ftv-pricUr. l'ii'. L ' ! INic-lo i Lo ilc U us vl CTj r.:itft a re r. 'p 11 1: i i: 1; n n r: h 1: u a i i. Ilia eca i c-f -...?:a a :Vi lo u-iivx.? .m- on -l::-.ttaj. i I Frank Siil'cid, KLr ci. l frt'jiri i. i.ilr -'ia j r d.'..: 1-td SattTT lay nt twl dollart r 'ilvi BT 11 3(.' 1 t.