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ll now. Messrs. N. A. Sturdivant, T. M. Hewitt, Wm. H. Weisiger, and C. R. Darracott are raising a Volunteer Artillery Company, and have enough men enrolled to ensure the organization, though they want more. The usual bounty and clothing will be furnished. Apply in person or by letter, to either of the above. The Richmond Fayette Artillery, Capt. M. C. Macon, known and admired by all, having re-enlisted for two years, want forty additional men, who can learn particulars from Peyton Johnston, No. 115 Main street, or the Captain, at Yorktown. Twenty-five recruits are wanted to fill up an Infantry Company attached to Colonel Godwin's regiment. Apply to G. W. Gilliam, in rear of this office. W. N. Coffin, S. S. Nicholas, and W. P. Woodruff, are enlisting men by authority of the Secretary of War, to man a battery at Yorktown. All of these gentlemen have been under fire during the present war, so no soldier can go amiss in joining them. Capt. D. B. Jones, of Com