infantry or artillery.
The members are strong, active, fighting men, and like the very smell of gunpowder.
Accustomed, as all Southerners are, to the use of fire-arms, many of them noted as superior marksmen, and accustomed to the hardships common to the coast, they will evidently be among the most formidable men of the many legions that this old State has sent into the field.
The officers of this new company are men of the right stamp.
The indomitable energy and fearlessness of Carter Williams on several occasions, when daring exploits and almost reckless exposure were required to save life and property, are among the reasons for believing that the company has made a good selection of one to command them and to lead the charge whenever the contest shall come.
The officers are: Captain, W. Carter Williams; First Lieutenant, Charles R. Grandy; Second Lieutenant, Dr. J. E. Bell; Junior Second Lieutenant, James M. Brickhouse.
The gallantry of the almost youthful commander o