NP, CW 6/x/1864

From the Carolina Watchman (Salisbury, N. C.)
June ?, 1864  {The published facsimile does not give an exact date, but it must have been between the 26th and the 30th}
Come and Help!
   All who will volunteer to get up and send off the iron on the Charlotte and Statesville Railroad {the Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio RR}, will leave their names with N. H. Blackwood before 12 o'clock today.
   This work must be done immediately or our soldiers may suffer at Richmond. Detailed Government may volunteer. Let the farm hands work. Salisbury spare all your servants for a few days. White men, it is better than fighting.
One of 'em