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WEDNESDAY, JOE 8, 18S4. Ooce More. Wear Uksu to tak iu tho matter tf "ur rti:V i the habeas cotpu by our ueLih'rtr ?" the Co nrrr'ttiee, wh thinks twe have dona tV.L.-.ii.! iM-o very jrreU injustice. We are v-ry ure of fhin.i and tht is tht jus tjck : a how the last drst rblo th in;r for the un iritr f tint bodv. if thy or their friend sh-oid lt omsult'd. . . - - - ' . " '"' l.d im hnv, if "ve tiav in auy wjmj ;n -r:rcMf rftd tb "lVrH i ial Liberty Bill," lv th -it h i iy : it wa the oflsprig t ic. N iUiiiiia.1 Bayden. of whom Mr. llol-w-o ui&uy Liiuf.i aid he an &b"'it:ouoit ol a l"r" the child tlirfnrc. has ail the pitmi. i'uiliUcs, which arc ubn-xioos in t'r- father. It was introduced by hint jut in i r m Mitiitr th.it a cute" but not over-srru-;i 3-.1nk.ee would do a snnrt trick. J;i Le-l-iiarc La! 'l'jleriniui 1 to a ij nro on M-.-rv, I; wis now S.turday iwrnii;-' it r-l';iioi tw 1-thirds of toe Iliiie ij t tiin ttiis i It r. .ugh. in th course o' that dJty,r'f ?ny . da.. Mr. B 13-den cunningly waitoJ unitl lu.tuy ui uikf of the mi :or:iy. had left for 4ioivi hid left uudcr thn impression tliat . no ii.tpji-itxnt meamr-i would be urgvd at I'it period t)i the te.-hion. With Southern ii i.-ula n'in this w is a legitimate s ippo.sit ; -;.r i: w 1 nut so with Mr.' Bovden. It was j "Hut w-eeirehini(Ctd. Melae ) notice, tha if th? J war should be iu progress on the lrt of January, 1 lfl5; tj4 "lum'd be a conscript, h be ifiiM ... !. wbeH GArVi 8wit4. bim frnr etrice b rot ; I retail iwg fiiu to fettle fi arcoaaU, we sbaJI du i iiiifcre to tbield biisVroin tbiUQankee blleta.;i Mr. Hildeu s kilD,madou hii'own dirt, ltH hi? awn bauds, an4-barr.f with bis Awn' fire, a; a spcim?n of hi adaptation U !wt kind of wo'fc which mnbt "whows up". thQ aa'hor. It is a fiuUhtd execution 4 ded traitor oti a gallowg af?cr thirty miuut&s hinging, is not more v fiied.ThU i-thc-grave view of the Mibject. . The Jncular side ; of the picture is i r resist iblcstbo fnoy of h ing ! Hovernr.r. We, ,Goveru?r,iaK! rt shield," ' Ac. AVlicn E op riothc! Msaas in tho Lion's j .-kin, and saw tho o?d fallow shake tho Lion's ; ruauc, J.U own Lon'Mrsrnkiii by the sara 1 proems, it t ckf d sT, on, that au Luuid h-ivft r.o laLw'i coiiG.it. Dnt when gwnaertr to K;MHjorMirij;!of C'.t; Kha TBarntv to bfrBnsjfir Geual, k From tbe Dispatch o Saturday. FROM OEXKRAI, LEJS's ABUT. I-1 enejfmeT.t of Xbiii'slav evening onr liccfis was ooiaplete." : General S.?ly, com nifindibg Eell's corps, attacked the enemy's rtfcbt. driviug them at all nuiats. and cantnrlnr mm"4,f Golrfon'Hj brigade. Thee J priboners, iuclding 12 commissioned W rrorootw weir rarnod and wiH nm. ! omcr . 1 "c;al dispatch froa Generl Lee, I f'i th. hrAft ,.r tk- , . , , ,CUC',(!U 1!"c "ie same mgut, says we drove the j tto hBnl;,'be8nrice. We hmhuri enemy froa Turkey Hint thebv gaining an Wo, thai .Oil. Qriiueshit been mde Iirira- j "popant position. A nigbt closed in'on-in We knnw.nn nffi r m,.u. llV 8Ce?c our 5n rested npon their arms iu dier General. serrini? p,i r. t i H 1 "f". uYing gaerea nut small low, and v puutcuiucui iiiiu.i ?uc 1 'llitvrr. 4K?eji c.n.aero; ny ail his oiuaoifc)...t!Mt he 1 A d spatoh from the hattle field. dted at 0 i -V Pa,a had won'niannimoVrin 1 . w.. c!ock. says: " All eoes on well. We renul.-ed ! Rfe .s,,fs r.. , .. ' " J the enemy with ease, ii.fl'crinir henrv lo. in 'nuthomeil . 1 rilli l 1 ' I nnPPUAll'O llr! u'a n w. a . Hill's ! our knowledge ff his military w rth, we re &r.e to her of hi advancement. oammnds portion The enemy was repulsed seven times by Andersen' euro There is a further report f th Dromotior, of I JL?? C,mjr' back at ftU (, n i , . ' . anu rem?iinei comparative ien. Hnn.m. 1 bis would be an appjintinent ly quiet during ;he d iy. It is reported that w i pf'culiarl v erateful ra the twjile of this Sn ! ln. Ransom h-ts mad his brigade epeoi ally rennrteu that wo took 800 prisoners. A Cabinet officer, who lpft the from ut oneo'cWok, sayn that General Le';'s uieiui in iNrth (Jamina: and Kiir hrill tint in ilia l.,.it)n r:i.3 r - -- - - - 1 viuut - uuiir; ui l if u 11 illiernt'Bn, II j and still tiidVd know his own time, but still ; cor tin nod to in.agir- hiiusflf a Lijii. -op ! lr ke out iulo actual listritj, an I the j. k 8 h i.I liro tn have been iho'd-'ath of him. We i Je! vejy much the samo affliction of niirtli at ! U.i Mtnifar effort by Mr. Ho!dons similar r fancy, and similar expopure. f " We sha!! n-t 'shield hira from yankee , ;wll-u." lr. llolden U ivt likely to be ap ! applied, to -by any one as a shield from danger, so as long as recollection is retained of how -light a shield bo agrJed to the ladies of his ! wish to hear th-it all omt hravand teroiorep j rr?eititivo$ in h field could have their rc- ward. ' (in. Martin and 0lonel Cjs and i Clark, and nianv others t)& krMiwn to us fr Nonh Carolina can boast of a'proivJ array of merit-in fe's armv and Johnston's, iri ! which, litter f if off and less heard of. CIe- man and h?s associates have been weathtng their own and the br-w of -the" State with im perishable laurels. -' " . i Pwss Dispatches. n.ftnuficturd. it won'd h ive beon foithcooi- I Tt" re is a scrsw untpiestionably hxc in the net ffrtnter. j management of the affair at Plymouth has nt wIilJe ours wns iairnoulonly slight. This i iKn surpass! in the wr. Jn.lewJ wo ouuld I ooc3r!icd b statemeat of our army eor--:..u u -n l. rcspendeat An pxeited eon-iep who came in ye tcrJ iy reported that 2oTt)0i) dend YfinkeeH l;iv in front of onr works, ind tint one fi-ld 1 f fte. acres was hter!Iy piled with d.ad b-ihes. j r.,t thJ u:c if ihiugo rio'uptc 1 to his shrewd j own fi,m,Iy' 0,1 aD tJCCi,)n wen, it he h id cMchIu:. IU had guested how many had I any m'pr of whch a shield could be .My K-ftfud ascertained the number ! Rufictw .it would h,ive beon forthaoaa- h ; . .,.,.! o.iur ,1 t, put through hU trick It I ing' ! !'rcrve thosc who had a claim to be j J"9n tUlier. an after-thought whTiMr. Hoy- ,' smcl'Cfl r mdeness and annojancu, ev n if j lres8As do, Il-Utd iadthU bill in hi, packet ail itC hin' lh j f !' W 7 I i : . .- r - -i ii. - . . i the 13th, ho played ho shiklu," -.y dintely retiring Jrom th limine, feding that we tr?rt' no qe on Ike premises" j " W? will n-d HrKLf " That's truj ; for if j bullets shou! 1 ever come abnnt, that shield 1 1 u id Leeo prear.'l by hiuj, t' m x t'- 2'i tsia a very cae wh cli he had h'dt .wir, u cMita.l; aid tU o'nject aud ; u j -v if j -sil!e, to produce a collision iwrtwee.1 t.':- S-a'e Governmeat and the Con fjduraicy : and advauU 'c was taken of thp lafc hou-a of t!i-3 sessun to put ihruugh this act of i WOuld retire ome premises where it would di-tiuct and nnequivoudl ul!i5catim. De Mie anna5 u wei,t a-tearmg' to the Ci-v- ernor s mansion, end in at the bick door, wheu Gov. Vance was the proprietor, in the event that that were its own place to "han? up," we don't know where it would "tearaway to;" and besides it would perve no useful purpose; for if we were adv.ineing tovards the enemy, the "shield" Wou'd he behind ; and if we were re tiring, it would be befor : r.d so, useless all the timn. And this is jns one of the reasons why we oppose Mr. lloldcn that the exposure of that scet e ought to satisfy auy Mian who .sets anj' vaine on chivalrcu? and courageous chancter, that an appropriate representative of thee qualities is not te be found in the chief -actor d th.it scene. T no la.v uf Congress rcq rres the officer to in ika a retin a wi.hjut brinin the body of tlw pJi-.so:i. hvtld in custody, ;ind "as to wh m" t!' tA'jcui corpus has issued; aad it pro jio'tee th.il ivturu sufficient, if it aMoges the ai r. .-.t to h:vu Leoii made under either of the iius;s set i'jrth iu the act, aud theie'ip n f tie jii-jcwxlias viall cease. But tiiis b'd of Mr. U"j den enacts that any person as lo whom h writ of L ibcn corpus has buun i-sued and j rvc 1, wh wiliuily fails' or refuses, w der h. iv preie ice whatever, tp obey the mandne thereof, -jr ih-orders of the judge or the court j'io.-ci'i, v; sij.i!! guilty, of a high misde n it-. r, a; 1 bo BjcvI uot Icn thin one thou sti. l doti ii' a.i I imprisoned not than one .eir. X w i,t us tjok at the npeation of il. x ut: We a-;;1 say that Air. IJ.yden pp';.s to J i le Pearson for a writ of Jmbeus ;r;mt to lo Jiivcted to Col. M-illett, ordering s o ;o hrin th j U ly of Tubal Calu. to show i-i. why hy i.s lvitaiued iu th custody o; t'i.-id Uilleit: Goi. Mdlett is served with thiN v, it, in 5 rjluni-i there 'i !'. b.il CUin is :o ny cusv .ly tinder tho ordor of the JSecre t t.y .it W ir, as . pers ui charged with tre.isou i. '-i:ot ivi C if. I Si Uns." flare is a re-:-oii i;i -.u. i t c i,fjrjHiy Aiih the act of Cn-v.-. a iiieioUjj.i by virtue of llut act, o U-j IVarso.i should suspeud th pij;le lins. ii.i ilr. it, yd. ms billsiys, no CA. Millett mu;;c bring Tubal Ciiu bjforj the judre. It tranHmts?ion of Telg-a-ns to the members of sociation. Yesterday, Sunday, the ived by t4egrufi'i from '-Richmond,' full aee u its of the same which are published ; in the Ilichmo -d papers of Saturday rtioruing, the 4ch a?!-l which we received here twelve hours ahead of the telegraph, of-4he battfe between fTen. lce and Grant, on Friday the 3rd. These dispatches wo ought to have received n Friday night. We received aho on yesterday, dispatches fro n New Hope arid Atlanta, dated dun- 2nd, which onght to have been received oa Friday night. And We copy U) day from ihe Petersburg- Express, dis patches of the 2ad, from both those -points, which have nevr been sent to us "at ad. Are wo members of the 'Association. -j We were at the convention by proxy,' aud certainly pay il.e rates. Let u have the rows.'' We are ask-d the new's sixty times an h ur during working honrs. : Let us have all ?g -ing We call Mr. Thrasher's attention to tliT? delir:qne..i:y. . The, Kaleigti Men. W regret mo?t eincerely to learn, that Lt. T. Sidoniu Lemay, is among the killed iu tho recent battles in Virginia. We have heard none of tbe particulars concerning his death, but understand that positive assurances of the fact have been received here. Lt. Lemay has been in the service almost from tbe very beginning of the war, and has borne the uniform character of a brave, faithful christian soliier and geutlc man. Capt. John C .Gorman of the ec od N. 0 Regiment, we are also paiucd to I earn, was wounded some ten days ago, and fell into the hands of the enemy. We are rejoice 1 to be in- Funn the Richmond Examiner of Saturday. THET WAK NBWS-THPURKAT BATTLE" YEsTKK HAY Til K KXKMY. KKPUIr.O AT ALLfjlNTs. tuis ny he regarded as a rather extravajaut awtion ; but thnt thoir loss was very heavy admits of no doubt. - In the obnrge of Thursday evening, Brig. Oca. Lane, of Wilcox's ii vision, was severely wound ed iu the hip, and lirig. Kirklaud slightly. Tbe inquirer says Gen. Lane was painfully but uot seriously wounded in tbe groin. J A special oonesp dit of the Dispatch writing from the .V kittle fi.-ld of Cold Harbr, j dune -3d," savs: Tois mjruinfr at daylight tb. ennmy assaulted Anderson's corp (Lrnrmsr reef's) in the ceu'm with areat violence; also, Breckinridge's aud Hoke's positions. He reoewed the assult seven times against FteUls and Kershaw, of Anderson's coips He was beaten back each ttme-with a loss that has no ji iradel, exce.it at ! ii. .. :. i . tt . . .. . ou-y ivnoi.t i ur-. Mouse. ju(le d,tlie oattie is but a repetition of that of 8p tsylvania, with this important diff-reuc-j; " Our owi- loss is almost increuiruj small.. Anderson's loss, iucluding Hoke's, will not reach 600 The enemy assaulted Early also, but only once, and was repulsed witn Kicat loss. 'ihe euemy gained a salient iu Breckin ridge's front, and - bWd it for a few minutes, but Finnegai.V Floridians swept them back ' like a whirlwind. Our troops geueral y never follsihl better. ' . The enemy was repulsed at all points by 10 o'clock, si r:ce which time there has been heavy skirmishing only. - , - Ilcth's division, of A. P. Hill's corps, nobly sustained itself, in' connection' - with Kodes's and Gordon's divisions, iu'thi masterly aTair "..-! . ..... . . vur ioss, u issupposed, wui toot up knout tliice hu'-:hed. II wics and Gadou canturcd To the Sheriff .and Tax-collectors of Xo th Carolina: The following- is a enpy oi to much rf an act passed at the lat Mvwn of tbe (Jeneral As sembly -as relates tc the currenqy in which taxes may be collected : . Sbotion 1. Be it emictrdly the fSrnr nil .Usri.i fjh of the Stale of Xorlh Carolina, and it s hereby enacted iy the authority of the same. That nil taxes due to tbe Ftate or counties and for crhool purposes, or taxes tor tho-poor, all payments for entries ef public lvds. ant all fines and forfeitures for rh ue of the Stares or counties. rr Treasurr notes of tbe Conffder- under rive doilars. or in the uew issue by tbe set of the Confederate Con- d the 17tb of February. 18G4 and ! ; li such d.ip may be paid durinrr the nrevent year in rhe ni l tssar-s of Confederate Trrafiiry notes of tho denomination of flvp dolhirs up in fifty doil.irx, hoth iucluive, !es thirty-three and one-1 bird fer ceut, lb tax imposed by the act of Congress .1. lie it further enacted. That the act ratihcd July 3 i, 1861, entitled 44 an act in rela tion to th payment of taxes " and for other purposes, and so much of section second of tbe Ordinance Xo 33 of the State Convi ntion, rati fied2Jih F binary, 1602, as directs the receiving of Confederate Treasury notes in payment of taxes and all ofber dues, are hereby repealed. Owing to coni derations explained in my Iste report to tho General Asenrly, onr Treasury notef of ls denominathn thairn dollar are not exchanged for Confederate notes, hut these change notes , wiil be exrhar gd for North Civ-din Treasury uotes of larger denomination, or f..r joorot!s from cur Srate horeis On pie isentati u by you or any otlo-r per-on nt thi3 de- ' partmcnt ot any amount of our i.ot. s above a dollar, or our due couoous. our change nnt fr the sarue amount will be-exchanged for them. iTL.?. - i A .. . mis excuaijge way oe UtvCted through the ency oi me ouuiueru .kpres Co. DesfKKATK FlltJITlNO ,,y J ... Cnc ojntku with lmiAsiy ' fu'lowins in the G M&lmn' Stat, t i J 1 Mav 'Joi-h: 'f"nU t A priv.-.te le'ter frm n ofri.Ar;n C. K glment. UW that RniMM,,rV 21 ' had been in twn d-spera o -ngir,,, , Ji : the enemy up to the f h Uy t- .) 'rk they w-rc oppd U Burnside's tr fiv one line of our tf-np drove back fvV' a ' the enemy near SpoNylvania C)urt l"' ' afer a weary days march and no sle-n r nights. Our men were so k... ..p uft. voe eneuiv s work nni..i. ;l-re wi.l, Ct. Cibb, CapV'wni.fi.? Lt. HoIihoii. JJoth parties fought d , Onrn:. dubbed tl,.. Y 7 muckers, and tlicir gallanr oOi-vr- V the onemy's guns from th-ir ,.ln,i' ' T ' ihrmont of their eutrenohmnt. An l'" iH' the ureder of the enen.v. ' Near fi. rinanna Ford. Rtniseur',, t.rU bad to contend with Indian m,) toeOjibwa tnbe, from tho State of , .mil n r iin.n yvn.x..i , . v.HmiCkJ :1 number ot b ', uv-ckasmsAMd other beade.1 work Mncc ths letter wns written wa lem, U..t.X IV Whitfield h is been J D. . Coob wu.,ndcd. All t. e casuahi, : can now iIK)rt from the Second. June 2d, 18GL JONATHAN WORTH, Tubl'ic Treasurer. Tor the Confederate. LLST OF CAUALTllS fOTK R ...The Subscriber hnv!n? nrait V r,.fl K'wtorof th?UH Will and tr.?,;, or RJwIn S Sander,, decked; hS?i"l persons indebted to lk e8tre of aaid dec-, 1 U l3iTd"to P"vwnn settlement, v j, 'rV er .ndalgcc cannot be given; and m rZT htvintfclanm against id estate will LI: hem for pauaent within th- tim L bf ?l a, or this noti. will K i-a t Tr; J,"l covcrr. TLi the ih' da ifV; " tfj if ir r.'. STATE OF NORTH CAROMXA, ) Pitt Count t. Court of Pleas and Quart SeioQ-M Term, ls;4. Henry SheppArd. Adm'r of' Jos. A. icppArd. Adm'r of) Williams, dee'd V Slavey. in thX0th X C. Tn-.s during the bte engagements of the army of Northern V,r- pinia up to May 20th, 1864 : Field ami St iff Killed, none. Woundefl ooi r m farKr severe in side. Missing, adi't iMtri Outer of P VV Arri2ton. ' ' j Jo. A. Williams, deceased, f Co A 'Kiiied, 1st sergt L M I. M Howard Hi.d privafo J del, privates J Boiler Ufg amputated land in head, W S McLemro .lohn Miles in shoulder. J M Kellr in K.n.t notiftdnsr the said defendu, MtRsir.?. capt R F Williams, scrgts Johnson I Ze nrl n:xrt and 've-. Jtc., at tSe ne While, scrjt TT ,AVP'?.ARIva T0 THK SATISFACTION: S Pase. W,,-! - TSiriur::' Foreman and acicnuinu in rins cm-, ar non-resident - of tt , severe in Ivz. tfon h mide for nix wek In (ha .... ,. . . live hundred of the enemy's mui, an 1 Heath Li coupln oi hundred more 'Hit e'n'jmv. let over fifty of their wounded in f-ur hands, to be cared for. Among our ca.--u.artie I h.nv to njcution Urg. Geo. Doles killed, and Brig. (Jen. Kiikland Iiuhtlv woundctl. The conduct of all the troops engngpj iu this aiiHir was excellent ; but thut of the Stonewall No contrary to general expectation lite rumours and excitement ..f the eveoiiig brigade called forth the approbation of every prcco rw-i had piep.red the p'nbiio' mind fur j oce f -rever silencing the sl-mders which, for a formed that his family has received a letter from is a high misdemeanor iu hiui not to do it ; him since his capture, and that his wound is aud hoTng a duty wiiose neglect is a luisde- ' not ftt a11 ser""u3- We hope he will not long meanor, it is a contempt of the process ol a judge, for wuich au attachment must issue, ."hereupon an attrrchment does issue, and a Kin-riff is sent to execute it, and Col. Mailett, under tie fusilier oidor of Goeru!ueut, must 'resist, ur by subinisoiou aakuowlalgj the iu i hiiiiy of the Coo.e Jura w ( verumeot to maio Uio its otvu.nithuiity. Jf ho resist, the sheriff nil! iummou lib posae and CoI.'Mallctt his oard and ibis is collision to be followed by furtii r antagutism, when the Governor is .-allod on u employ the militia to aid tlie sheriff, an 1 C l. M illett calls out a regiment m ouppjit tic vcia:n2.iL And this is tho .uitu !o t;w;o.ls each other that Mr. Bjyden woaUI bring to- eop!'j of this State ; for let ur people u Li itauJ, that this militia, and ttiv ri.nou: of Cju federate troops, that vii:t 1 thus bo brought face to face with loaded litles. woukl te all North Carolinians. And how is the tbing to be prevented ? We .s tt is. state of things may occur, without iiiv possibility of a decLiou by any tribunal to or arrest it. Toe only -remaining qus lion is, was thereaay persoiaI liberty infringed m North Carolina, to such a degree as to re .jijire this uadisguiodly hostile legislation against our own Government ? It canuot be asserted. On the contrary, the Confederate Government has most studiously deferred to the State judiciary, before acting on the main pirstiou which provokes controversy ; and in a few weeks, when a decision of the Supreme Court can be had on the constitutionality of the act of Congress, the question may be settled. For, if the at be sustained, the matter U ended; but if the act bo pro i.ourxed -unconstitutional, then the citizen is not left unprotected ; for commissioners woru under the same solemnities as judges, i-oiind by the same obligations as judges, it tiLg as judges, these commissioners them selves beiug our own citizens, try the dlspu ted cases, and if they are not discharged, they are delivered over for trial before the Con federate coon wherein a judge presides who is as much a North Carolinian as any other judge. To this reasonable, sale conne, hi r. llolden nd his associates in the passage if that bill, prefer nullification for we repeat it is neither more nor less and as we said before, i f Mr. Boyden could - be tbe detailed officer through, wa the collision is to oc cur, wc should heartily desire to eec (be ex-perim-nt ayed. of trying the ttreuth of the Confederate Government. remain in tho hands of the vile enemy whom he hates with an intensity equal to his devotion to his native Southern land. Capt. Gorman has been in the service from the very beginning, and until the time of the fight in which the above casualty occurred, has been several times wounded, but none of them of a serious character. He possessed the confidence aud esteem ef his brigade aud divisiou commanders in a remarkable degree, aud was often selected by them for the accomplishing of difficult and dangerous exploits, in all of which he succeeded. He "is one of the uv-st correct and thrilling writers of events on the battle field, and our readers will miss much by being deprived of the interesting Tetters of " J. C. G . " We arc glad to hear that young Luige.e the sun of Mr. W J Lougue of this city, has not been killed, aj reported on yesterday. A dispatch to day reports him as captured. W"e wondered ' when wc beard that this youn;; man had been conscripted and 'sent into tbe field; we can't con cicve why he was not assigned to light duty for which only he was fitted. It is a great relief to his frieuds to hear of Lis escape from death -, though he has tho ruisfortuuc to be a i prisoner. -- j The War ews. We give in our columns this morning, most glorious news from Gen. Lee's army north of Richmond. H has well nigh used up Grant's I army and if he offers battle much louger, be j will be exterminated. Johnston, in Georgia, is wearing out Sher man, and Beauregard Butler's forces. 'Hie day breaks. tnc news oi a so-iek -i oattlj I uj in.. iiir of yesterday v u:nere-d hi by. t!a r ui and thunder of arr.il ry. Tho to ind-was terribly grand aud exciting.' N-ver xv:j'. there - heard burr such tre'iioMil us artillery firing it filled the heav.-ns a:,U the very earth seemtrf to quiver beneath i s heavy roar. -From iive o'clock uutil nearly tea it.was.ouc lapid; in cessant peal, the guus belching forth'their thunder in the most terrific spirit and'' with areely a?) interval of five seconds. The j s.,un ! tv.us qui.k'y caught up and the city was till j'!r it i i:iri r li.iiii- 'o n ia f- a.-! . . tl...- jl urci, battle ha'l net t; -joined by dxi opposing armies! THL FIKaT NLWS IrUoM THL BATTLE-FIELD. fcjoou uune the tidings of victory. The hour of anxiety was passed. ' Abnif- one o'clock came the first bulletin from the front, announcing the most signal success of -our army. Tiiu despatch was official, and was tinted "at the front, nine o clock." The tol lowiug is its report : . "AU goes on well. We repulsed tho enemy with ease, inflicting heavy loss in front of Hoke and Anderson, aid a ioriion of it: in,. " II a ri. ir 1 A . . I n 19 I 1 t nutn;rv, in. no in ana Herring, privates Allruan. Butler, fin, DeH, Howard Hutchinson, - Jacksou, . JdiaMon, -McKerzie.' Pope, Reynolds, Tindal, Taylor, Williamson. Killed, 3; wounded,, 5; missiu, 2U. Co B Kiileii, none. Wdunried, sogt T G Shearin indiand, corpl T W Shearin tvere iu tl.i jh, privaten Buff in arm, B P flavis in ab doincn, G W Harrhs in breast. U H Ncal severe in leg, M S peif.am in foot,.! A. Saint si g in shoulder, 0 Walker in hand. J L Arlington leg and captured. Missing, scrgt J D hjueariu, privates Khun 8 Kiggan and's A Uiggau. Wounded, 10; mi.-sing S. ,9V c Killed, privates Telgii.o, Wonst. Williamson. Wounded, ourpls Smith and McDowell painf:l in hand, privates Klutta paintiii in i ce, Mooie iu arm breast. Dickens prtin ful in wrist, Cress hip. MisMog. Iteut d j R Swiiin, rsit .1 Mihkin. corpl Marsh ill privates liune. onutliT H'okmaii, (Jolemn, Miller, lnsJWd, A L John, A M Johnson' am:- rtenctrun. lviile.Tf-rroutnit-.rri m-i rrg VJL Cj I) T.rn. nrtdii r.v.. I.. I . - be granted agatn.t thetn. j nne 8-19 wt the Jail of Caiawba.a dark NEGRO m ? Hugh Carlyle and Geo. H.vidrson of OeofM v v n i m .V ,J- 1IL'TE.V, Jailor. ' gewtru N. C. April 13th lrtf?t. a-?. 20 1 -w;-1 COWSION SCHOdh FUND. OrflCR Or TIIF hi TKB ART ltoif p. .. Ua!ii.!i, Mav 2Sih,l.;f. Th9 rreddcut and Dir- t ra of" tho .tt ra' -I' and, huring made diatribution of th- S h. ,J Fund, have directed the following ta' ulr rj i: -ment to bo maHe, showing ths Spi injj itrib i tion to each cnon v. The amouot of aid diet ribation will br n.ii,i th ose entitled. tnun ant)li.a tm twl... t. - . ot the Fund, on or alter tt.i 1st day of Au".t t Hill's. t nn - . . 1 lucre is now u sll-'ht nau- in i'. -.nr. f o'clock. artillery duclliLg. 'An'dcrson repulsed the enemy sc- tn linv s." iVivabt advices from tbe battlefield received about the .same time confirmed the iibove. aud j stated tiiat tue euemy had beou driven and ro- pulstd vt ail j otuU that Field's division had . . .... repuineu tnem iu six attacits lli.it parts of Breckiuridgo's and Hoke's divisions had re pulsed them iu three attacks ou our ri"ht near Gaines' mill and that we were drivuig them at ail poims. The accounts we have been able to, gather were meagre and fragmentary. The battle we have summed up in a word, was about this : The enemy assaulted our lines near Odd Harbour, but were repulsed at every point, except Biioiridge's front, whose lines they succeeded in breaking and capturing two guns ef a battery; killing and wounded fifteen men at the two guns. Our men were soon rallied. however, and drove back the enemy, with time, have darkened its nh'e and blood-bucrht clauai uou the national affection. - . - - Awng rtec x;sot5ci3 captured were repre-sen-t'aiivea of f oir regular regiments, inchuting the commndi!ig officers of twa of them. Ii'iring the evening id' yesterday Longstreet's line Was heavily engaged in -akirmishiug, and just before dark the enemy assaulted Hoke, on our extreme-xigbt, bur were gallantly repulsed. About nifiht, whilst Geu. Wd'cox was shelling the ground near MtCh iianV bridge, preparatory to occupying it, Brig. Gen. Lau was wounded severely in the thigh by a cliarpshuoter. The enemy are unquestionably picking off our Geu erul olhccrs. lt is also said that the enemy were most hand somely repulsed duriug the day in frott of Rodes and Iieth on our extreme right. The slaughter of the eaemy has been quite heavy, some put it as high :h ten thousand. Three or four hundred wiH cover our list of casualties. Tbe situation at the cloie of the day was this ; Grant had made violent efforts to turn and break onr right, but had been most successfully re pulsed aud the Yankee army heavily punl-died , our men holding almost every inch of ground and the Yankees gaining nothing. Lke Spot sylvauiaC H.; it isa mostdisaHtrous.aiid bloody check." Butler is said to have united with Grant, aud some of bis troops are said to havS been in the battle to-day. FROM IiOTToa's BRIDGE. We learn last night, from an official sour c tht the euemy s column remained at Bottom's I Harrell iu Imim!. J Little severe in hin .1 tl ' I.Olln orr.a ;.. Kn.l lU;ii:.... 2. Killed, private Y F B nlv. Wonn.T. ed, privates W JI H M re severe'in shoulder. R SH hs face, Jerry Batlv arm, Je.c A ";immicmi n leg. mi.Miir, fl-irpiu Ferrell and Thomas, privates Nichols. Lurnb'cy, J H Rosrers, A V King, Caswell, King, Edward. Killed. 1. wr untied .4, missing H. Ci E Kilb d, S-rgts Wells ami Henderson Wounded, capt McMillan severe in arm and shoiddcr, corporals Deinnsev Mcvt-ro in thi 'h. Benton in baud, privates Bostiek severe in leg, Cavenau-ih in kuee, B:avley severe in mouth' J hr-twn, severe in head. M lpass, severe in nead, n inxl severe in abdomen, Murray in hand, Wanton inarm, W B Teach v. iu le. A a vans iu uai'u. .Hissing, corpl Tierce, pri vates Bragg. JN Edwards, Hunter, Hamilton. Jiiauaid, rarKer. noer, JJ. It. 8uicklaud and Juckc-r. Kill-d 2. wounded 13. miasm 10 CoF Killol, 1st Liout G K Harrell. Ut sergt VT Whitihurst, privates Price, W G Crisp, Wm Wonnoek and E Dickeus. Wound ed, capt W M B Moore dangerous In breast. z-x neut & k Moore severe in abdomen, sergt Walston in ankl, c u p Pittinan severe in arm. j w-rgt Cherry severe in leg, privates Burgess j io h ind, Corbitt severe in hip, Eagles, in arm. ;e, j L fklwanla severely. Forks' in hand, K T next. The counties of Clay, Mite hell and Tranwlvan: will receive their share from tho couuth-a 'out Whie ir-eiijitpx-etirtiv formed, there h.ir Lie been no report frn-n sai l oA.tnu. one.r tt,. act u, Ass.-inbly. ZKUCI.ON li. VA.Vt.'H. T, ir . r 0 IV-sident Ex-OiLcio. iw. It. LitruE, J., Secretary. Bridge yesterday, and that there was occasional skirmishing during the day irith uo important result.' FROM TIIK SOUTHS! OJB. We hafe some additional particulars of the affair in Chesterfield county ou Thursday, an nounced in the official dispatch of -Gen, Beaure gard, published yesterday. Our line of bkir mishers advanced about 7 o'clock to feel tbe Cnenry and ascertain bis force; and moving forward with great spirit and impetuosity, soon captured the enemy's rifle pits, from which the Yankees fled in confusion. Over a hundred prisoners, representing commauds from Connec ticut, Maine and Illinois, were captuted, and quite a number killed. A eovere artillery.engagement took place iust after the charge, between a section of Pegtam-'a t m.a. a . . . . - i ' i u'uv? DacK ia f nemy Wltl1 ery and a battery of the ej.ty, at Vtrrs W (i liaa an unnaiil numhop iF All I I n A I 1 . t - . . . . . r wui vjuinj- i ccrveu. auu me nre was sniriieo anu etrecH rals wounded. Among the number reported to us we hear of General Lane, wounded feeverely in thigh, shot by a sharp shooter ; General Kirkiand, slightly ; General Battle. very slightly ; General Finnegao, slightly i A dispatch from Gen Beauregard states that matters remained quiet on the South-side yester THE LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES. For the Confederate. The Editors oT the Progress and Standard express great solicitude about - the corporal ; condition of the poor, the indigeut ot this ! State. Wonder if their anxiety has ever taken j a tangible shape like that of the Dutchman ? , now many dollars are they sorry how many kind acts have they extended? " Their charity t I 1 I L . - . - . V . . i ois unuru w uc souitrwnat, on me pnansaicat I i- tin z .i i . . oruer. vnere is meir singleness of IreartV double certainly seems to be the interpretation thereof. That they may be knowC W of men for their much speaking "m. Is uot this sudden ' ebullition 'Zwnf1f another hobby upon which they wistrto rido to "political glory T" We have known tho . worst men at heart utter the; most noble' and' j beaitiful seutioents ,'1 axdi-fieud himself will utter honied words, aud, bend insolici- : i tude to those about him, if he has an object From Western North Carolina. The following iteim from the Ashevillo ' Jftuii 5-iltow rlnirli thai 1LT - ir..U,. l: Tho battle yesterday aud the evening before ! . , 7 u , " f v -was a desperate and bloody one for the enemy ' U,at he W!Stern Nrth Caro iaa io They were mowed down like grass, as they j ,he cnsu,nS election, are all bosh : charged onr fortifications. A gentleman who I The Henderson Times, edited by Dr Wm has been through the war tells us that he j L. Love, has hoisted the name of Gov. Vance never saw a held so l.terally strewn with dead i , its choice for next Governor. Tlie U mes aukees. We hear of several catimates of ! is the organ of what is known as the Uonsr their U. but the most reasonable one, and ! rati ve party of this District and ill Tacthou vf0?11 WH Wa60Ver the indicates very cle.tr! v th&h note feld. thinks tUt it conld not have, been less candidate, Esq Hnlden, will be "left out bi tbaa x thousand m killed - ami wounded. ; the cold," so fir as that par y rs concerned 1 Onr im wm onmiHni Mi. o;..i.i . . .. ""tu r1 y S wincernen. - iUk V i J , 6" ' l.uuf,'OI; vveare not in tbe line of prophets but we ignhane .by us behind risk little in predicting that W H SdS Jn be the worst beaten man that ever wanted to be Governor, William W. Holden furnishes the onlv in. ; stance in the history of this State where a breasV works. It is thought that it will tint eiceedBome five hundred id killed and wound ed. A great portion of onr wounded were but slightly injured. THE LATE&T, About dukUt h.the no..din T ' fl:8 L. " i i.0M' renewed n tbe direction I. the right f Mel lifSlUWt' The cl.n.cvJl., and contained for . half hour or rrf, frofn ".tea, to stern? ffl fad with llr P rJ-'hme COoU 1,8arneJ of il- ! locating Mr. Holden fofovernor ! rarite8 who came in last nisrht army in fine spirits. - If lhare sa - - AliWf5,- -,J .u: -, - ----- 0 . . uai III 11113 UUUn 1'here was roii THE SODTHSlliE. - Wwc do not know him considerable sktrmiahimV vs- vL " ; . -7" " u :" , . 7 I"'- I the5ouths,.le, hut ,Hb,? ws j H.,,,1(.n, ut j, w, ,h'.y aie 1 i it r fine. A Ladt Fbiekd Little severe in hand, Phillips severe in arm. E Staliiags severe in thigh, U D Sfallings se vere in leg, G Suinmerliu severe in breast aud diieh, L Woleton in breast. Missing, privates I Corbitt, W S Crisp, G Hathaway and G aiaorey. riiHed, 6, woUDdcd 16, missing 4 Go G Killed, corpl biimore, privates J L Crawford, W II Harriss.S R Wilsm. Wounded, 1st litut J W Badgett severe in head, 2 i J T Ful ford in arm, sergt W J Bad gett, privates S A Collins severe in hio. W F Crews chin. W P Slaughter serious in leg thhih head, W G Connell. Wounded and captured, missing sergt Dean, privates Dicker tarn, Chutch, Franklins, BP Harriss, Hamme, Merrittr Killed 4, wounded 7, missiug 7. Co H Killed sergt Morrison, pri votes Jackson; Burress. Wounded, 1st heut H J McNeil Ue vera in leg, 2d iieut Jackson in head severe died, corpl Mathews arm broken, Un derwood iu leg, privates Cole in thigh. Black wounded and captured, M C Loyd severe in breast, Lynn head, Mclver hip, D M Mclver in hand, Nason hip, Rogers iu head and captured, Taylor severe iu foot. Mission, capt Wicker, sergt Mcintosh, privates Hornaday, Campbell, Cox, Center. Green. Horn. Kina j McFarland, Srarns, Thomas. Killed 3, wound- UI IO, lUlSMll 1 Co I, Killed, capt J C Harris, privates a M Joyncr, Richd Daughtridge. Wounded, ltt lieut R W Arrington in leg and captured, pri vates Jetbro Culpepper severe in lez. J M Bone severe in breast, J D Manning in tbib. J M T;i :n v.a i n u: i . . ' tz iu ucau, ii j mgeuec severe in breast, JI If Winstead mortally. Missiutr. B Griffin. .In.;.k C'rickman, George Winters. Killed 3; wounded 7 ; missing 3. ' Co R, Killed, sergt Jas Lee, sergt R B Weeks; privates S A Johnson, J W Squires, J N Roaa, J M Alexander. Wounded, corpl W I Rusael in leg, corpl B G Nichols, privates . J L Dickson in heel, T P Duckworth severe ia abdotaso, J H Nelson in face, J M Pierce leg broken and captured, Jno G nail painful in hand,. 8 D Alexander in hand. Missing, privates Wm Sample, Geo Dunn, J S Smith, .W n Adkins, Wm Adams. Killed 6 ; wounded 8 ; missing 5. Wilmington .Journal, Fayetteville Observer, and Western Democrat please copy. FRANK M. FITTS v- Act's Adjt 30th"N C T. JOB WORK Neatly executed at BCOK AND JOB WORK . Neatly executed at THIS OFFICE.' TU1S OFFICE. Conn ties. 1 Alamance, 2 Alexander, 3 Anson, 4 Alleghany, 5 Apbc, . Beaufort, 'MJortie, 8 Widen. 0 llruriwjci 10 Uoncomw. 11 our, -v 1 2 Cabarrn. 13 Caldwell, j4 Camden, 1 Carteret, 1 Caswell, 17 Catawba, 18 Chatham, 15 Cheiokee, 20 Chovran, 2t Cleaveland, 22 Colaraboa, 23 Craven, 24 Cuniberland, 25 Cnrrituek, 26 Daviuson, 27 Davie, 23 Duplin, 2! Edgecombe, 39 Forsytbc, 31 Franklin, 32 Gaston, . 33 GaUs, 31 Granville, 33 Greene. 36 Guilford, 31 Halifax, 38 ilamctt. 39 II a v wood, 40 Henderson, 41 Hertford, it Hyde. 43 Iredell, 44 Jacka-ou, 45 Johnston, 46 Jones, 47 Lenoir, 48 Lincoln, 40 Macon, 30 Madison, 61 Martin, .52 McDowell. 53 Mecklenburg, 51 Montgomery, 55 Moore, 5t -Nash, 57 New Hanover, 58 Northampton, 59 Onslow, 60 Orauge, 61 Pasquotank, 62 Perquimans, 63 Person, 64 Pitt, 65 Polk, 66 Randolph, 67 Richmond, 63 Robeson, 63 Rockingham, 70 Kowan, 71 Rutherford, 72 SanansoD, 73 Stanlv, 74 Stokes, 75 Sorrv, 76 Tyrrell, 77 Lnion, 78 Wake, 79 Warren, 0 Washington, 81 Watauga, 92 Wayne, . 83 Wilkes, 84 Wilson, 85 Yaakin,. 86 Yancy, jone 3 110 d&wlt Fed. Pon. 1U,47: 5,77f 10,P8 3.507 700 12.42 Il.OIG 9.8 .!'.C h son 7,fn: 4.432 ,7.398 70,atn. U.;07 5,357 11.45 712 14.037 ,406 15.371 7.5T7 12.9 6 13,333 11,0S 11,278 8,411 6 8S3 18 062 6,346 18,606 15,301 7,005 5,676 9,495 7.726 6,617 13,676 5,116 H,690 4,365 8,158 7,349 fc,7S6 5,823 8,468 . 6,598 14,758 6,920 10,420 9,815 I7,52 10,653 . 7,457 14.905 7,747 5,820 9,143 12,631 3,795 16,135 8,828 13,307 11.219 13,011 10,617 13,812 7,333 9,414 9,881 4,301 10,304 24,334 11,566 5,371 4,915 11,726 14,206 8,321 10,138 8,510 8prin; 0L. $1,217 c;i y 1, v;r to? ; i jrir, : , 1,411 t; Lis: : : 1.3-sl 27 47 1,04 II SJ1 Is 1.4 ! : ; l.i VI 1,930 .'.r. l.oti , cn ; 1.603 1, t;:;t 7? 744 i 1.7R6 f 7o 17 1.503 7: 1,54 9 M 1,393 21 1,311 o. 90 fC S10 14 2, 04 '2? 137 72 l,77d 71 6"j3 s.J 1,15) 2 89S 14 79 22 1,5? 61 629 CI 1,51 45 507 4 943 3 74 31 673 61 676 32 9S4 St . 7C7 01 1,715 09 804 41 1,211 JI 1,140 2,043 i ' 1,238 3 8CC 7 1,732 C 900 5S 676 57 1,062 $ ; 1,475 31 441 17 1,875 67 1,026 24 1,546 91 1,652 f4 1,512 f-r, 1,234 21 1,0S 1.2 fcjj 4 1,031 oi 1.14S r,. 500 34 1,17 1,314 :i 624 ? 571 37 1,47. 1,65 4'J 967 31 1,17 5 SS3 23 Lead Mine Interest for Sale. I All. DISPOSED TO SELL MY INTEREST intheWYTUB UNION LEAD MINE COM PANY, notwithstanding the property is tbeugbt to pay a heavy per centum to toe ttockholderf. I invite gentlemen of capital to examine tbe prop erty. Mr. Wm. Kohler. the agent, will five a.j lbe"necc4sary information, or they can call a?'1 pee me at Hickory Grove or Poplar Camp, ia Wythe countv, Ya. aib 2S-52dIt-wit A. CUAFi lX.