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A. T. Caperton (search for this): article 6
Monroe county. --A large and most respectable meeting of the farmers and other citizens of the county of Monroe was held at the Court House of that county on the 21st ult., to take into consideration the condition of the country. The Hon. A. T. Caperton was called to preside, and Jesse Jones was appointed Secretary. Speeches were delivered by Gen. A. A. Chapman, Hon. A. T. Caperton, Col. Jas. W. Dryan, and Captain Philip Thurman, and great enthusiasm and patriot in feeling was exhibitedourt House of that county on the 21st ult., to take into consideration the condition of the country. The Hon. A. T. Caperton was called to preside, and Jesse Jones was appointed Secretary. Speeches were delivered by Gen. A. A. Chapman, Hon. A. T. Caperton, Col. Jas. W. Dryan, and Captain Philip Thurman, and great enthusiasm and patriot in feeling was exhibited by the meeting. Resolutions identical with those adopted by the Alternate meeting were ordered and adopted without adjoining voice.
Cook for sale --We have a good cook, washer, and ironer, as represented to us by the owner, for sale, 18 or 19 years old and very likely. Also, 1 bbl Sorghum Molasses. W & W S Peters. 12th st, south of Cary. oc 5--2t
Damage at Blountsville. --The Bristol Advocate, of Friday, gives the following as the amount of damage done at Blountsville, Tenn., by the late raiders: It is a sad task for us to state that the larger and better portion of the town of Blountsville was reduced to allies. W. W James, John Powell, John Fain, Sr., Dr. N. G. Dulaney, E P Cawood, Rev. N C Baldwin, Mrs. Martha Rhea, F L Bumgardner, and Maj J G Eans, are among those whose houses and effects were consumed. The court-house, with the offices of the clerks of the county and jail, were also consumed. The loss is immense, not less than half a million of dollars.
A. A. Chapman (search for this): article 6
Monroe county. --A large and most respectable meeting of the farmers and other citizens of the county of Monroe was held at the Court House of that county on the 21st ult., to take into consideration the condition of the country. The Hon. A. T. Caperton was called to preside, and Jesse Jones was appointed Secretary. Speeches were delivered by Gen. A. A. Chapman, Hon. A. T. Caperton, Col. Jas. W. Dryan, and Captain Philip Thurman, and great enthusiasm and patriot in feeling was exhibited by the meeting. Resolutions identical with those adopted by the Alternate meeting were ordered and adopted without adjoining voice.
For Hire --A House Servant or Norse, without encumbrance. Apply to John O Chiles. oc 3--2t*
The Legislature. --In the Senate Mr. Coghill, from the Committee of Courts of Justice, reported a bill to suppress gaming in the Commonwealth. Also, reported back, with amendments, the bill to further provide for the public defence. The bill to require railroad and canal companies to transport troops and munitions of war, without the right to demand pay in advance, was passed. Mr. Randolph, from the Military Committee, reported a bill to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, which was ordered to a second reading. Mr. Collier called up a resolution in reference to slavery in the Confederate States, introduced by him in May, 1863. and discussed it at length. It was referred to the Committee on Confederate Relations. In the House the Senate bill entitled "An act declaring what contracts shall be payable in currency," was read a first and second times and referred to the Committee on Finance. Senate bill to abolish the Auditing Board,
e of Courts of Justice, reported a bill to suppress gaming in the Commonwealth. Also, reported back, with amendments, the bill to further provide for the public defence. The bill to require railroad and canal companies to transport troops and munitions of war, without the right to demand pay in advance, was passed. Mr. Randolph, from the Military Committee, reported a bill to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, which was ordered to a second reading. Mr. Collier called up a resolution in reference to slavery in the Confederate States, introduced by him in May, 1863. and discussed it at length. It was referred to the Committee on Confederate Relations. In the House the Senate bill entitled "An act declaring what contracts shall be payable in currency," was read a first and second times and referred to the Committee on Finance. Senate bill to abolish the Auditing Board, and to provide for the settlement of all claims remaining unsettled
R. Conrad (search for this): article 4
ou are to be the agent of their deliverance, and your task requires the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of
Cook for sale --We have a good cook, washer, and ironer, as represented to us by the owner, for sale, 18 or 19 years old and very likely. Also, 1 bbl Sorghum Molasses. W & W S Peters. 12th st, south of Cary. oc 5--2t
For Hire. --A good Cook, Washer and Ironer, without encumbrance, for the balance of the year. Apply to C A Baldwin & Co. 13th st, near Cary. oc 5--3t*
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