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The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Miss E. Hedgpeth, 50 cents; Mrs. H. T. Lassiter, $1; Mrs. B. Moors, $1; Mrs. L. T. Spiers, $3; Mrs. J. J. Yeates, $1; Mrs. J. Garting, 25 cents; Mrs. L. M. Cewper, $1; Mrs. E. M. Bishop, 50 cents; Mrs. W. B. Day, 50 cents; Mrs. B. Jester, $1; Mrs J. G. Wilson, 50 cents; Mrs. J. W. Holl, $1; Mrs. J. V. Lawrence, $1; Miss Nannie Hatchett, $1; Miss Ellen Lawrence, $1; Miss Mattle Lawrence, $1; Mrs. H. M. Smith, $1; Mr. T. P. Wynne, $1; Mrs. G. W. Nicholson, 25c; Mrs. J. W. Harrell, $1; Miss Georgia Montgomery, $1; Miss Maria Pearce, 50c; Miss Zenie Lassiter $1; Mrs. W. S. Shepaid, $1; Mrs. Alex'r Hogg, $1; Mrs. W. L. Hargrave, 25; Mr. J. B. Staughter, $1; Mrs. M. Harrison, 25; Miss Nannie Harrison, 25; Mrs. W. P. Beaman, $2; little Annie Beaman, $1; little Sallie Beaman, $1. Articles for Yorktown Hospital Contributed by ladies of Murfreesboro', N. C. Mrs. S. J. Wheeler, 2 sheets, 3 pillow cases, bundle of linen; Mrs. N. Rea, 1 quilt; Mrs. J. M. Trader, 1 counterpane; Mrs. J. V.
th fixed bayonets. The enemy broke and fled panic-stricken, with our men in full pursuit. When the fight and pursuit were over, we were drawn up in line and received the thanks of Gen. Johnston for what he termed our "extraordinary and desperate stand." Gen. Beauregard sent word to Major Wheat, "you, and your battalion, for this day's work, shall never be forgotten, whether you live or die." Trouble in the Cherokee Nation. The Fort Smith Times, of the 25th ult., learns that Montgomery, the notorious brigand, has arrived on the Western frontier and commenced fortifying himself in the Cherokee nation. He had taken several hundred eattle from the Cherokees living in that part of the country, and killed four of the Indians of that tribe. The Times is further informed that Stand Watie had sent to Tablequah for ten kegs of powder, but could only get two kegs. There is great excitement in the Nation, and a large number of the Pin party have changed in favor of the South.