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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. (search)
Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. --L. Q. Sharpe, of Iredell, and B. S. Gaither, of Burke, are candidates for Congress in the Ninth District. James R. McLean and R. P. Dick, of Guilford, are candidates in the Sixth District. A. J. Dargan, of Anson, S. H. Christian, of Montgomery, and J. H. Headen, of Chatham, are candidates in the Seventh District; W. N. H. Smith in the First District; L. W. Humphrey, of Onslow, and A. E. Thompson, of Wayne, in the Third District; A. T. Davidson in the Tenth District. There is no lack of candidates in any of the Districts.
ry. Orders of arrest have been issued for more than two hundred of the first citizens of Louisville, many of whom have been already bastiled. A perfect reign of terror has been established, and the infamous Legislature seconds the Lincoln invaders in all their atrocities. From the Arkansas frontier — the Kansas ruffians. Memphis, Sept. 25. --A dispatch from Fort Smith says a regiment of Missourians. under Col. Hunter, was defeated by the Kansas ruffians, under Lane and Montgomery, who are burning towns, and marching down the Arkansas frontier. McCulloch has only 3,500 men. He proclaims that he needs three regiments of infantry immediately for twelve months service and calls urgently for a general rally for the defence of the State. Gen. Harder's command. The Memphis Appeal, of Saturday, says: We learn that a portion of Gen. Hardee's command, heretofore stationed above Pocahontas, Ark., has been moved over to Point Pleasant, Missouri, a place twelve