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Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - December 31, 1862, Raleigh, North Carolina f1 prove AMES d or n me at r LL roii on A cs a and The FIRST said by f pleasure ia In- bad i was MS i 11 1 Y FALL it is MY i in 5M.KASAND OF J Jn to net T H K y M W. 1- HO I. op Dollars per annum per t k f t W ft uf L Advertising in rules uf nro UM i 1-1 lilies or a ill with ut six or and at the close of i ner will be the gross d in or 1 six i s noi five lines ihe for twelve or in both ur f for VOL. 1. EA N. DEC. 31, 1862. WHOLE NUMBER 1452. pl tire to the of North over hendis lo nl these promotions are charged to North which the to sny thai we have had so when in fact thy appointees viol iH of our This is last of Advertising p-r fur I first number of will bo All seine not in Hie and iho number of is not it is liS IS ut mid of our many of are reporting t i to to tne intention to to This t iii ih b the of Georgia ad- l. eent in a to December in which he ts in the teniH Ihe b of Ihe power In this honorable promotion is almost closed lo 1 his is not of complaint in with our We nrc willing that our should follow General e ol leading but we as u our soldiers uiv entitled to receive their fair portion of the honors won by their gallantry and Northern The victory by Gen. Lee over at continues to bo much ed on in the Northern They admit it to bo the most disastrous they have yet ure that Burnside will bo Th's York best in the has boon defeated an accounts from the North of the ignation of So ward and a of the Up to writing these are not weli to justify in in many our own brave ami Colonels nro the a they made place to from distant who jtt Very strong proof that a monarchy is the thing aimed 5. The recklessness with which the through its various conducts trade outside the seizures it as it to place every necessary out oi the reach of the they to the same ord. G. The light estimate which the through its places upon human life of the which is so little regarded as to com- pel him to stay in camp and or be forced into filthy the especially the who are owing to the high prices by the manner in which government agents conduct to purchase the necessaries they smells of 7. Tho Exemption which provides that if iv man has twenty he need not enter the service of his but stay at home and make more money than he ever made while his poor whose is dependent upon hia own exertions lor their daily be forced into which tends to make this the poor mans they points to a or 8. small which the government pays compared with the high pay of and especially with the high prices that the ment has aided in placing upon all the necessary ar- ticles of thus making it to the advantage of the few that the war should be while its con- tends only to oppress the they points in the Ac. ATTORNEY AT N. C. near the Court Oct. 14, 1862. E. H. For the Sale of OF AND LOCUST Will Board engaged in the AND THEIR September MRS. U. TO ON THIS FIRST OF NEXT to receive both with and Register copy till the l K oil if r to by V Hi vac which is denied them by ho inn uf the have not their til bv or thon indues the question at some the right of i i own .is at ill's l. time U- he in The New be The entire Yankee iorce which lately made the raid upon the Wilmington has to tho of The greater part of the to have been concentrated at Tho of Foster was a in tho ho will next do seems not to he this side of his .An attack upon or or an- other attempt upon Kinston or may at any time be We are glad to learn that our will be ready to meet them at any The failure of Foster must not lull our people to may look for advances of the enemy sundry points during thu Vre learn that ford's company ly attacked the Yankee on their return from Kinston t-i when only 12 miles from a of tho The of the days of Ihe ture will be found on our A arrived on the in a to tho i ment a supply of and army is good for our j The virtual breaking up of all State military a legitimate result from the Conscript they to establish one central superior to that of the thus giving no power States that compose Taking all these things into it is claimed that exhibiting itself only in its elevating the military the constantly enlarging the rights of the for- mer at the expense of the is drifting toward Such aro the considerations which sonic secretly urge in proof of the to all which is enough to reply Our are fools they are if they dream of the into a monarchy or an They know that there is not a soldier in the Confederate service that would not take great pleasure in any or set of who would declare lor a They know the would have to be exterminated before the present form will be exchanged for any and would tho lenders in such a hope to escape the uni- versal wreck y They know that if every military and in tho Southern should labor to change the present form of page with other any vital in the army would vie with one another in their indiscriminate slaughter of nil Such would be ed to only by and such I do not understand the majority of our rulers to be the government has committed many AND LOT FOR DISPOSED OF AT PRIVATE WILL be the clay of at on at 12. the lot situated on street immediately south of Lynn on which is containing three conveniently arranged for a small with u good This is a ruble location for a tradesman as it is und convenient to tte business part of the Tunas and Nov. be made known on the day of M Agent and YOUNtt SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES WILL he opened by Miss ut the residence of her in on the They wnl receive instruction English branches and homo in her mother's Parents and who further will ad- dress Miss M. P. at Red Mountain or Flat Orange N. f HANDS COMPANY wishes to hire by the mouth or year a force of Apply at the office of tho or to F. J. at the Richmond ami Danville Railroad 0. Division Va. Dec. of A. let us attribute thorn rather to the than to the Watching every movement of our and using every effort to thwart them in their diabolical let us unite all our energies our independence should the monarch raise his he will never be able to place glittering diadem fur ten and daggers would pierce him dead as soon as he is AT A SMALL marked on both W. L. A reward will be for its delivery nt this OFFICE FOR IS FOR the which uro nearly CALENDAR FOR 1863. 1863. t 2021 Camp of 1, IU N ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM ihe Secretary of the following General No. is The enrolling officers of State will pny at- to the simie and report to these nil and enlisted meu who do with J l By order of COL. PETER Camp of E. N. AKD 1 Nov. 27, 18t52, No. 90.. f of will cause following der to be published seven times in a number of newspapers in of the Confederacy to ensure its every part of the I. All commissioned men who are now absent from their from nny other than actual or duty under orders from the 8ec- of or from will return to their commands visions ol tho paragraph within a of in no case to exceed twenty afier the of this shall be dropped from tho rolls the in and their will be furnished to of for enrollment in All men who shall fail to comply with the provisions of paragraph of this within a ble length of shall be considered as a wo treated their to be furnished to the commandant of in their for or such other action as may be moist In order to efficient co-operation of all concerned to carry this order into immediate De- Commanders arc directed to require from the commanding of each in their De- a prompt report of the names of all ed officers and ruen now from their com- These reports must state in each case the cause of and any battalion or company com- munder who shall neglect to furnish such a or who shall knowingly be guilty of any case of on summarily V. Under the provisions of the 2d clause of paragraph of General Orders No. 82, commissioned o Ulcers and vates who are incapable of bearing arms in consequence of wounds received in but who are otherwise fit for are if not otherwise to report to the nearest commandant of conscripts in their respective States who they arc lifted tor such assign them to the collection of stragglers and the enforcement of the provisions of this with full power upon the nearest military authority lor such assistance as may be necessary of the charged with payment of troops are hereby directed nut to pay any commissioned officer or private who does not furnish satisfactory evidence he is not liable the penalties described in tho foregoing disbursing who shall make in tion of this order shall bo liable on his bond for the amount of such Uy S. and Inspector 2, The States Journal and in Wilmington borough Pat and Asheville will publish seven times and forward to Standard 27 10 17 o K i -J 1 ii 2: s sS 9llO 28 29 30 3J 161 222824 1112 2526 8i 9 11 12 11 6 12'ilSU 7 8 1415 2228 2'J 30 8J4 282930.. 1 5 6 II 8 121311 1920 26 27 10'jll 16! 17 18 1 8 Di 6 UwT 1 II WAS TAKEN AND TO TUB jail of Randolph tht 9th a who bw name is and he to Joha of Bertie The is live feet six inches and to twenty-one old The owner ia to prove pay ail charge and kim as he will be disposed of us the law J B. F. Oct. 28, 1862. if IS of if not were j S. of South is this means In: our people tunl r wo say i i lo 1-ilV 0 I is in- u of the it the iho it of of lias lor lite Enquirer of no with the Will it. thai a in would blush to read history re si tit i The Hays tint a ent that i deist havis is on his way to and it is said he will assume of the army j in at lease a Our in no require the of the or of some whom the and army have The of in lo is what we nl presence of the President u influence in that Great gy ami are or our cause must the TIIK It is by no uncommon to bear men thu best government on There is a movement on to this n Southern monarchy that A. B. FOR AS ihe will nl Henry W. will en ihe dav ai riMini of June's in City of to lio ty ami a and law and Lind Thr law is ihe Jind Digests this and and all Thu library uf works of by This is un i ty sold Ma tn ihe lawyer and Many nl bonks are mil. of und nut to be at any price in the book This library is believed to be Ihe best in -A of six months will be the bond approved the puny is BAD 11AM, Dec. 11KAL ESTATE FOR SALE JN FOll SALK House in Chapel known as the Hunt ou iho College the of Dr. Tim house is of two with rooms and six It hits well It be a j very desirable place for a family In reside in Chanel I or for a private Hoarding House There .is un lent well of with thu number uf The Lot contains four This Estate will ha at Public in on the 18th of 1883. Terms made a I. lite of Chapel will take pleasure in ing the property to those who may wish to examine ihe 1KA. 2, N. C. MILITARY FIFTH OF ll will on the first Wednesday in 1803. information and to MAT. H. M. A. N. 28, 15H2. THK IN FRONT OF our in will worth of now TT W THE BEST IRISH MANUFACTURED HY N. C. Oct. 23, 1 RICE A NO VOR SALK by Hie hhd or for cash or country prod TRAYED FROM THE 8UBSCRIHKR WHILST OX 9 my about the 16th November one ol which was a colored mare dark other not to One was in Warren the at N. mtd were they Any person having any tt will bo reasonably rewarded by at N. 0. P. A. Dec. 6, FROM A MULATTO u Sorrel star in white hind on and cut The er will please come prove pay K. C. August 20th, 1SC3. AN EXPERIENCED TANNER CAN FIND slant and good by applying im- mediately In person or by letter to 1) O. Or H. C. Good reference 24, AT GRANGER N. C for tho No. I DIKING ROOM for which R liberal price will be Persons having such to him will do well to make early N. Nov. 21, I Will it with a purpose to working to bring about this very to point the patli for tho So as T you rarely hear Iho same man to u Those who ex- df to be applied the oi for ihe English Government I and iho and j it as a to be hoped They I v an or in a general men to y U will and i know the of a A that a move to such a change in insult of Ihm be- in the Southern where the j a of are but Of liberty HO plan tori in j anci very with would in its a uni- j i versu and bloody U at all that any American lact Uml lhc flosh of j is more liberal and just a tho glorious form of j as to the j among as wo j have already 1'erhaps most or till of Of would prefer form of j Kiwis m tits of di- LAND FOR FOll SAIJO HUNDRED four of lying four miles west of mi Hie who may de- sires to purchase land will please apply to the 0-. lire i. not wcr the will it soon C vest of all and they would still el to Thoso who or of our loading men are working to convert the into a the following considerations to this view L The of the con strip which the Government tho the tho t of j and obliterates all State y. These same men that the belief the majority oi our Stale that the conscript does not the of on wo invite tho of to the extract from the Van It will lie seen V. wn in tho views to tc the ill to commission in of the is federate nor of tho States is ail i i n. i v tho lint tho iho I c- I nC nup To MI lo to Mike ID lit. i- of that f us will the il bo il the f1 nur not ex- to in lind lac laid by proof conclusive to their that most of our loading au understanding Unit they are for a n The suspension of thu writ of an act which would make any monarch in Europe on his they claim additional The assumed by the oi till the railroads rapli lines in the thus all the liberties of the is proof they The manner in which private the of anything to oat and wear seized and appropriated by the government and any to the ry interests of the parties owning such and when such seizures tend to destroy all and the people to loose and all VALUABLE SALE IN DAVIE N. C. TWO OF FOR in u few miles Oak 01 near the Yadkin One contains about 399 the other containing about 300 acres adjoining each I will sell them This land lies in a healthy section of and well adapted to tho raising of grain and Any person wishing to and view the und cull to soo me or me at N. 0. A. Dec. 2, 1802. HOUSE AND LOT SALE OR WISH TO SELL OR RENT MY HOUSE AND LOT in lot the residence of Col. C. A. The house is a with all fur u family An early application desired by J L. 2, LAND FOR VALUABLE FARM SITUATED WITHIN 3 1-2 miles town of one-half of which in forest Tho soil is lo the usual and grows fine luring Tho situation is well and lias ii good dwelling house and other ings in good The will be made Address R. N. 0. Nov. FOU SINE 3 BY out of un Elevator A YOUNG years by Moore's Black out of bred Apply u. F. Oct. PONY FOR BOUT EIGHT YEARS PERFECTLY tie and u natural Apply tw A. N. Nov. 28, 1802. tUIS 10 C T O ii Y K OF for the 17, 5i> cent Si A CO. fS TO ALL THAT ARE Irom 31st N. lo report in to the or they will as desert and treated us R. L. Co. 13, 81st N. C. T. 8, C. For per par 100, and 15 cents per SALE wholesale und by N. 1, TRINITY NEXT WILL COMMENCE JANUARY 11 7th. the us per month in We have proper und jrood The routine will bo continued with u We are prepared lo receive boys of any or Students can have rooms separately or us may be For address the B. Dec. 15, 1S62. N. 1862. f I No. 1. CORN COTTON WILL BE permitted tif be taken the Counties of this Military District without the written of his Z. or the General Com- The prices will bo paid for good and J. N. C. Oct 1 O f t A N C E 1> E Is A Nov. f llE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO CONTRACT for the of KIKO of which to be exhibited at this for T. D. and C. S. in charge of J For skle by A. A. GOOD For wile bv A. A. INSURANCE K. C. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. T the Annual Meet ing of the AT F Nov. 21, K. R. 8' HOARD OF DIRECTORS THIS DAY A a dividend of eleven (I per on the unappropriated profits of the Rond on and after ihe 1st at of the Transfer will bo closed after dOth L. H. Nov. 18, 5t. No. 3. A Provost will be established nt Merely Hall to prevent of the commodities in para- graph 1st of this Order that not have the required written If It U order of N. G. Gen. Co SAMUEL J. A. D. C. DOMESTIC DOMESTIC MEDICINE AND L i. LY Par sale 101-tf. AKAWAY FROM THK Itf Dowel I N. on the day of my boy boy is near leet and is slow of lie hud on when he a made of bine with a black on the lower part. oC the Said boy has a ble on his caused by lancing a The boy hud a heavy beurd on he NT Said was bought of G. W. and was above will be given Cor the of said boy in tiny jail so that I can Address MILLS N. 0. Dec. 15, 18fi2. 6t. IN lo the laws and bills ed by tho two ol the Confederate Suites Con- ure so ns lo their nut whut to We advise ail who really subject to the Inw to report immediately at the respective for the of conscripts in the To those who believe would respect Tn I ly on which is them law on their cases and every additional information which we have gleaned from the action of the authorities in parallel and we are to take all 111" responsibility of such We will do nothing but a Those we lind are ically we will inform Those who arm not there tire ds in every Slate who nro we will give them our with t fie Inw upon Having we are prepared to every in- for nation any other business connected with to expense incurred in procuring this we no with our retaining of JONES 1 Bos 258 P. 0., N. C. Dec. 1862. 98-laa. COPPERAS AWD FOR THE ARE RING Copperas and Blue at Gold Rowan and liave a considerable quantity on Our price by the wholesale is FIFTY for lilue and 0X12 DOLLAR for per at our or delivered at HOLMES CO. Dec 9, N VIRGINIA AND olina und for sale bv thu sacK M. Nov. 96-tf. COMMITTED TO THE JAIL OF WAKE a negro man who says his name is and be belongs to Capt. William of the regiment N. C. and that now resides in Va. boy says at put on the cars at N. by and by some they bo came and the said was taken up and committed aft n calling himself HENRY he is that ho in from Wayne N. mid was bound to of now Said boy is a bright about yearn Not ice is hereby given that the owner or owners come prove pay and take them or they will be dealt with as the law directs W. H. Oct. kN AND AFTER TIIK 5TII 18Gvl, all and wHl be at charges will follow as ut pre- and collections made at points of W. J Pres. R. i R. R. 0, N. C. V. j 0. S 0. It. R. i Government Freight will bo shipped as here i J N. 0., Dec. of the Chatham R. R. j October f MONTHLY INSTALMENT OF 10 on the first day of each until the whole is is ait der of flic of W. W. Oct. 31, 1862. 88-tf. Fire Insurance held on Uth of the following were elected cers for the ensuing D. T. H. 0. W. Kemp George M. James K. Joshua G. John M. W. Jos. J. W. H. B. Samuel A. W. Joseph Anson A. T. OF TUB T. Jl. U. John ami T. H. John W. W. This Company been in successful operation IS and continues to take risks upon til of erty in Mourn Mills und upon favorable Terms Its nmr property to a portion which m in country nnd capital four hundred in properly All in reference to addressed to the S. Jan. 18, MUTUAL Pays nil Losses John A. P. Darid P. James M. N. H. D. M. S. H. B. M. G. R. Alexander Dr. W. C. W. A. B. E. F. A. J. Trinity N. H. D. H. JOHN A. PETER N. H. D. C. G. J. M. J All on of the office to directed to April 2R.1SI52. Office C. U. E. Co. Sept. f IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AND the tariff rates this Rond will be raised twenty-five and the rate ot passengers to five on tind after the firat day of T. J. Engineer aud Sept. 2ft, 78-tf. RANCE N. C. fUS COMPANY RISKS UPON ALL lives between H and for one for seven or for the life participating in profits of the between oMO nnd 00 are year or five years for two-thirds their market Ail lottos within UO days after ii DIRECTORS FOR 1MO AND 1661. K. i W. S. W. W. W. K. P. BATTLI H. W. i J. 0. W. i C. I P. H 1'j.mtK. E. W. Vice H. W. H. W. C. B Q. W. JL For further information the public in referred to und forms of which may at the office of the or any uf B. U. Jan. A SMALL LOT OF VERY KICK RE- Dec. 0, 1SB2. H.
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