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To Arms! To Arms! $50 Bounty.
Do Not Wait To Be Drafted, but Volunteer!!:

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(text) To Arms! To Arms! $50 Bounty. Do Not Wait To Be Drafted, but Volunteer!! 1 p.
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1862

From the Elizabeth Seawell Hairston Papers, call number 1518 (Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)


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TO ARMS! TO ARMS!
$50 BOUNTY.
Do not wait to be Drafted, but Volunteer!!

The subscribers wish to get sixty Recruits for
CAPT. STICLEMAN'S COMPANY VIRGINIA VOLUNTEERS.

        Persons wishing to enlist will find it greatly to their advantage to join this Company, as we can offer superior inducements.

        You will receive pay and subsistence from the time your names are enrolled; your bounty of 50 dollars, and 25 dollars for clothing, as soon as you can be examined by an Army Surgeon.

For further particulars apply to us at Floyd Court House, Va.

LIUT. G. M. HELMS,
Sergt. J. W. SHELTON.
Recruiting Officers.

February 22,1862.

WE WILL ATTEND THE
PUBLIC MEETINGS
to be held at the following places

Indian Valley, Saturday, March 1st: Jackson Harriss' Stillhouse, Monday, 3rd; Jacob S. Harman's Store, Friday, 7th; Oil Mills Saturday, 8th; Copper Hill, Friday, 14th; Locust Grove, Saturday, 15th, and at Floyd Court House, March, 20th (Court day.)