S. Braden is in command of the company, which has twenty-six men along.
The uniform of white pants, blue coat and white helmet with white and blue plumes is very attractive.
The colors borne are those of the State of Texas, with the name of the command on it. Colonel Charles M. Ragland, a native of Richmond, accompanied the company here.
North Carolina troops.
North Carolina had quite a full military representation.
The Fourth regiment is commanded by Colonel J. T. Anthony, Adjutant H. H. Orr, and comprised the following: Iredell Blues, Captain J. F. Armfield, 33 men; Southern Stars, Captain W. W. Motts, 33 men; Hornet's-Nest Riflemen, Captain T. R. Robertson, 33 men; Asheville Light Infantry, Captain Duff Merrick, 35 men. The Hickory Military Opera Band, 21 pieces.
Drum-Major, F. A. Grace, accompanied the regiment, which is well drilled, and a fine body of men.
The Third North Carolina regiment, Colonel W. T. Gray, headed by the Wilmington drum-corps, embraced the Gran