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-VL~ 1.) [MJBlo .CTU9AAQWGMA S8 . NMBERg!o.
Y J. R. BITTON.
- THE TR1-W IEKIA 1410W8 Is pabliohed
o* Tuesday, Thmrot*1y andlIBardau '
A correspondent of thte Appeal writ
ing from Selma, heard not lQong since of.
a most ohocking outrage, and which
none but a demon would have gommit.
ted. A lady was traveing on the cars,
seated just in front of a soldier, having
on one of her fingers a very flue ring,
went to sleep, letting her hand. having
the ring on it, rest on the back of the seat..
On reaching a station whera the train
had to stop, the soldier attempted to cut
her finger offto get the ring. Failing to
str~ie the joint. of the finger, he did not
succeed in getting the ring.. At. once he
ran out of the doorof th car, mhking
his escape. If this be true, it is one of
the -most fiendish acts of cruelty we have
heard of sin'ce this bloodv wnr was in
augurated Such a ?cound7el deserves
to be burnt et the stake.
From'the Grenada. Miss. Mottve we
learn that a negro man, sixty years old,
belonging to R D:Crowder's estate. was
hung near. Duck Hill, Carroll county.
Mississippi, forcommittinga rape on the
wife ofJames Haklewood, four miles
east of Duck Hill. Another negro be
longing to Mr Cooly vas heard to say he
Ihad him a white wife picked out. and in.
tended marrying hjer as soon n the
Yankees got possession of the country.
Whereupon the citizens took him up,
gave him a severe whipping and cut his
The Meridian Clarion is informid, by
persons beyond the lines, that the width
of each stream crossed by the Southern
railroad west of Jackson. has.heen neas.
tured and bridger ard nl.-cady' made to.
span them, in. New rleans. Such is
the indt with reference to 4the railway
lines north of Jackson. Bridges for
these roads are now,in Memphis.
NORtH .RN N PWS.-Pour m'n recent
'had a fight with axes, revolvers and
guns, in Shelby county. Tenn., wherein
one mai's head was split open, another's
'bowels were blown out, and a third, wh'o.
had fallen over a log, was being dtacked
to pieces when his dog came to. his rescue,
and dreadfully mangling his ,assailint,
savd his masters life.
DEATH OF GEN. CLANTON.-- fiats.
Montgomery papers state that in Ihe late.
fight in South A)hbapna, Gep.. Clinton
received three wowilids, fom the effoects
of which he died, after being captured by
- Forage eaartssAsAt.
SW~ixa1o, 8. C., April 27, 186G.
1486>18 to whom this De 'rtment is in
debted will call at my o co in person,
ismediately, to receive payajent.
A; M. RIIETT,
- lrs L. Pteveseis.
DEG8 L6SAVETQ INFORTHI LADIRS,
thki she is- piepored to repair and re-shape
H O O !?-IS K I1ItT 8.,
.ny * ot this kind, entrated. to Nor,
will be exeeuted to sjt.etion, and at rca.
dobable charges.. Or heft the Wi nn.
ro ei promp17 elOeu ted to.
apri 8'O8- and .
-A Ialigead. -
h. m 1 itritetjon or thin
of iron, f A idi needed and
puit6'66 . 'WMJ -, Pr
HE gwusrib baieuforte ly
~ T opttllhise uneb the late co -*
a tonpos, se a tvelihood to op 'A
'tolon House Is' Witnefo t sx
Aandshr a sur
een spare, wjg 1ws -(ioehi Books,
such 'ap tb iha. e for
* the the inji. MEd ar
eer, ut~tJ sUsu iht
3ybm thits v
* A* DIARDF
State RIecord of Wueuges of D.
SOUTH CAlOLINA COLLEGE.
C',.nw . January 16. 1866.
ER appolntmeat by the egislaure.
U 1 to prepare -this Secord, eatnestly
apeal to he fa9silles qr friends of our de;
ceased soldiersto'send ie at once tfieir names
&o', while there is an opportunity to'secuite
accurate Information. AHospital registers
and reports of casupities -tlom the at-my are
deficient in the information required; it must'
be obtained at home.
The Record % ill date back to the beginning
of the war, and include all who have been
killed in battle gr (lied of woun'ds received
in battle, or from disease or neci4ent. If
you have been so fortunate as not to lose
friend or relative, yet remember that it is
noble to rescue from - oblivion the name of
but-one friendlbss youth who had goni from
y4ur neighborhood to die in our cause.
'Give-1. Name in full 2. Ftoei whiat.
District 8. Rank.. 4. Companiy.45. Regiment
and arm of service. 6. Died, year, month,
day. 7: Cause of death, and rethrarkb (as
whe're lie died, age, previously wounded, &o.)
Ciroufnrs anid blanke to be filed will be
sent to such at desire them. No fee orespense
is incurred by any one for having the recdrd'
made. The State is endeavoring to fulfill 4
sacrdd obligation in securing now, and re
cording for posAerity, the names of all her
sons who have falta in title war. In 1862,
the Convent ion unanimously resolved' that
this should be done, "as a token of respect
to their memoriesand a legacy of inestima
nie valuetotheir friends';" and theresolution
was sient forth, by their erdet, to be read to
our regiments, batiallo - .nd aompanids
everywhere. Many a brave soldiest may
have died in solitudo or rushed upon the f6e,
with the thought in his heart that his name
would be honotably preserved at mone.
rob 18'065-81 WM J. RIVERS.
To the irlend~ ot th .tiloi41ers
Tit ROUGHO0ir THE CONFEDERACY.
Qua RncXasmxa .Qx's .DSPAUTMUNT,
Railroad Bureau, -Richmond, E eb, W0,'64.
'H E friends and -elatives of soldiers in
-. the Army of No-thern Virjiniq arp here
hj notified that an arrangetuent hip this day
been eifected with the Souiherh Express
Company, to carry all packages of fod and
wearing apparel to Richmond, Vs.
To secure the advautages thu obtained
through the **pressCompiuy, thefollowing
instructlone mupt he observed:
- Packages mdt~ not coinain more than one
hundretpounda -be woll secured,'andiblainly
marked, and sent at the expenseof the ship.
per to either of the Soldiers' Relief Assucia.
tions, which are located sa follows:
in North.Carolipa, at Raleigh ;'In South
Carolinsat Columbia; iti Georgat, atAugasta;
f9 Alhbanma. at Mont gotnery, or to any other
point at which one of these Absociations h ave
=n oilk II
The Agentsoflihead Associtions will there
take charge of thens, and ship daily, by
Southern Express Company, to the proper.
Agehts~of.the respectjve States at, 54ohmbond
whQ will see them distrbotid to the properi
. To meet'the wiastes of the soldiers, and to
give them a'certa s d ape y eqimunlea.
tion with home. the Southern Exprest ('om
p4tty hias agreed to give thip fireiht prefer-.
one over everything else; pod'. Jtlorder that.
ao obstacle may occ r e.lthe success of so
laudable an enterprise; the several railroad
companies are-hereby tequested to reuder the
'Express Compiwy suob faellitted ax iill ens
ble-it tomake this arrangenet a complete
As the southern Express Company as
seines all resp'onsibility of' the Transporta.
ton of those packages, -the Relief AssocaI
tions; are regtatto oi,thdraw their agents
who hvehertofore. aeted. as, traelling
,qee ere., e l e A so8 at6on will
1tal% *ageq es in the ar (' other arm
ies; t ay esy ejof the sae ptivilegea here.
by sedured to the army of Nortbern Vir
iaia -.- -- : ~a F.W.. 8111t,
Appebredh, , ,.14 Cpl.andQnaatevr'r.
I4. pt & u.tpH g t master Qin.o
Aiagubta, G.,'FEb. 26, 1864.
The Fouther, Express..CopsAy hereby
notify he-fiends d ti f soldr
in the AMy-'of. $.4rbak taI' la, aa esiu1
*hqv, ,'t b 4ap e e egrry out
tp as auioaanbed - In t a~'bop.
Lid. ~.d.i660 titey will do all In el eIrpot
. ctal8up't and Aotlpg V s't.
> 18 68 .
AyuAw br elags(q4, geno was rtsay
Rates of Postage.
Single letters not exceedipg a h'lf oun.oe
in weight, to any part of the Confederaite
States, shall be 10 cents.
An additional rate for each addition.al
half enOO 4r less.
Drop letters 2 cents each.
In the foregoing cases, the postage to be
prepaid by stamps on stamped envelopes.
Advertispd letters 2 certa each.
Sent to regular and bona fide subscriberw
from the office of publication, and not ex
ceeding 8 ounces in weight.
Weekly papers, 10 cents per quarter.
8emi.Weekly paper, 10 cents per quarter.
Tri-Weekly paper, 20 cente per quarter.
Four Unio a week 60 cents per quarter.
F'ive tines a week 50.cents per quarter.
Six times a week, 00 conts per quarter.
Daily paper 70 cents per quarter.
Perindicals.published ofteler than semi
monthly shall be charged at pewapapers.
Periodicals published mosthly, not ex
ceeding 21 ounces in weighi. 2j cents per
quart'r; and for every additional ounce or
fraction of an ounce, 21 ce'qts additional.
Seini-nont lily, double that amount.
Bi-monthly or Quarterly# 2 cents an
ON TRANSINNT PRINTED MATTER.
Ev'ery other newspaper, panphlet, period
ical, magasine, each circular not sealed.
handbill and engraving, not exceeding 3
ounces in weight, 2 cents for any distance,
2 cents additional for each additional ounce
or lies beyond the. first three ounces.
In all eates, the postage to be prepaid by
stoibofor stAmped envelopes.
*'oAkerep F1eI6 asad I resitde?
THX 50UTIERN F1ELD AND IR13SIDE,
6r A UPUTA.,' OA., AND
TI BIiLU8TRATED MERCURY,
Or RALSI8tH, V. C.,
gomnbined snd continued. uuder the old; pop
- ular title of tho
80tJTIflIR FIELD AND FIRESIDI.
HFIProprietors of the iVercury having
- piirchased the SOUTHEUN FIIEN.D)@KJ)
FRasieon, ond lndlng it i0possible to make
arrangementswh'ch would. 4ainire p regu lar
supply of pap'r, upon acouunt of the ir teg
ularity an uncertainty of tauseporttilon for
th Fr.1n AN' -mnsmins ap Augusta, Ga.,
the saind basing, to be.,vapplied tem the
mills taeigh, N. C., tae retqoved the
F186D AIi FtaxSSaDs to 0,Loigh and' cow
shiu .thesi woV st'rllng lira Jotirrals.
The MAobmhY I,'therefore ievked into'the
40tnDtgatrFiXLv'ANtI Fasastou and will bo
-so published until the state of Jbe qountry
will Jgitify. a divergeplnnt, -when. beth pa
per, will be restimed an contilnded as here
tbfore. Subsoribbrs to both'jouinals will
receive the spaper to the full lime of sub
sectiptin Without, delay or interruption. .
of beth papers.are retained ios tite pmerg
Ing Joura. It In 4nuounced withoht fer
of centradfib.loe, -that the ' 4siV.n ai
splendid arr-tof oimbibed talent now tin
pioled iA writing for the FSIrW'AS.D F1:t
siDN surpasses it-geAtipe merk4, *bility. ce
lebrit y, and numerioal strengthn, any cow hi
nalen r.engagement,. ver ~ fore at tailed
In the hlstor' of frelodical Ilteraiuri of
One subsoribar, six .nonths, : $20 Of)
Eleven subsorbm, : 200 00,
'Addresa W . .8M1TH1 & CO.,
leb '66 Raleigh, NN.
Pv .Cefe ot" va'a.
sV.jtge DA1tY. AND W3titY 'By
J. B, 1IBAU ]REY A&CO,, RALHIGi, N. 11.
Soca YRtNCJPLu5 :- d.
Tha trio Uusserwtive p. for--Tae su
premtn 'ef th, elvil over ar law.
Aqto .pubt stiot to ether
good - t-ad. 'whilt they our
st atute books,
AAnr op othoe ose 'y;
hout010'Lair %ijis 'ed negotit on. fdr
Sot Jl pr. 0ifthorfles,
No separete - *otion trok ltgh' Con
eotids; 'nd 40anftenre'olulton I no cot
ad-rest e tAbe0ov4rnmqat.
Aaptam in,st -r form,.
# fRep nblicah il sikt
to ubaae tii Oopsr
isV p~sue*Ine e ,for 46 aiqtem
auxesf..e,u 'pr aes,s ah~d to render a
vrousqtgt~s e ausq et A;;tbpn
fader, asI the Nat lobalradt saistra
timt ho ta4 is not. i eqtt ih,
a W~W0~i MtVw pill
~i~11ebQ' .stest is'
Cossfdeate states Goverssseaoat
oo. Jarr DAvIO, of Mis., President.
H9.u. A. 1. STni'vUs, of Ga., Vice.Prealdent.
Tise Cabinet: : .
J. P.DNJAMtN, of La., Secret~iy of tale,
0.' A. TnItMOL*, of 8. C.. Sec'4 qf 7%-easury,
J. 3. Bas19a0:1ino., of Ky.. Sec'y of lMr.
S. R. MALLORt, of Fla., sec' of the Navy.
lion. Go. DAVIS, of N. C., Aitorney Generql.
Jonx H. ReAOAN, of Texas, Posmaster Gen.
Ilead, of Bureau, :
Rufus R. Rhodes Cominissioner of Patents.
0. E. IV. Nelson, Sup't of Public Printing.
Qen. Sam Cooper. Adj't and Inspector Gen..
John 8. Preston. Chief 'of Bureau of Con.
Birig-Gon. A. R. Lawton, Quart ermait er Gen.
8. P. Moore, Surgeon-General.
E. W. Johns, bledical Purveyor.
'A lie Souutlsers Cossfederacy'.
A DAILY JOURNAL.
FOR TIE ARMY AND TIlE PEOPLE.
EVOTED to the interest of the Soldiers
of the Army of Tennessee. and the
people of the Confederate States, being a
National Newspaper of uews, Politigal, Mili
tary, and Miscellaneous, Foreign and Do
mestic, prepared by ready writers and cor
The Editorial Department of the Southern
Confederacy includes a coinbination of po
litical, literary and ludustrial talent. syste
matized In the, several deparuments of- en.
larged journalism, whose chief d'tty it will
be to present, the 'public a daily mirror of
popular thought, action and event, after its
own fashion and from a, purely, independentC
point of view. -
The News Department of the Southern
Confederacy will emb ace a careful compila
tion front all the Southern papers, andifronm
late Northern and Foreign sheets-arrange
inents having been effected for the reception
A large and capable circle of correspon
dents from every section *or interest, wil
contribute no little to the protnyt' collection
of transpiring events. Especially will It be
our care to note the affairs of the army in
our front, uport which hangs the destiny and
in a great part the entire South.
A very large' share of attention will be.
paid to matterm of a local interest, for which
purpose a competent Local Editor, with an
efficient ttaff of reporters, have been employ
All communications should be 'addresseO
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
fob 18'65 Southarz Confederacy.
Tbad RIepovter's DIrectory.
,AS been publishedi a book. with the
above t,14R4,propared by the subsorilter,
who hus4 neatly 'twgd ears practice
is Pl t##pliIc wriq h. v ing been at obe
ime imployed as.au oMicial reporter in the
i. S'epate' and who has 6e6 for the last
savehteen nionths, and Is'how reporter of
the Atlaota latelligencer.
,Th6aDItiaY *III contain Indications,
by Mieapp'ea sim ole nomagnolature, for wA-i
ting with-P belo iohl letters,'abobt.20,0.00
words of. th Engtqh )anguage, or ninety.
.nine one but drat sof thee in common use
.-tho remaiinlug words being easily vritteh
after these aie'learne4.
In the Instrudtion of the Dotionary, sim
ple instr'uteIn will be gfven for beginnors
of the itd f, with tbe
graphed -il u r ed b f
the e46t d ma eTA 14
dio vot Iand bens.%
tiful 0t, e leerbed even
with w veet ta nd -&
- thp V41asve. new typo
hvIlb n-p sly for it. only
a , utoi 111 . Those who
e6 r e , are4 111i t oidto se6d to the
Aiut~t4o be i td lat 6nbe, (to bo.rdoorded,)
4owjmled with tie price for ihe -samo,
whieh will be 6*d~dol ars per copy. The
hook .lii pPer - ootm 8 ,itable for used
llbeseut, to all uWtrbrs by mail, with
feb I6 - Atlanta, Ga.
I 1b~aoh 10, 1805.
t ICESS an4 gMsvof' the 8,wenth
wl ee5 now'abet-t ~~eatre galled
npp to: yetora withoutt af to theIr om
a bae mnan linge to pu~t et. thplr.
hb3eor 'i t e nemy
upon. t ir ow sel. E kae the
..e s~s ~-ht*by reops g-waen
Brave j~i mha thei ywn on t.
a s-eie m te
PROSPECTUS'01? THE1 COUNTRYMAN!
ILOS' 1E0'ISTEl fle Most useful
journal, ever inssued. i'terica; has
been revived in the.)puhlcation of The
Countryman. Thihf'journul is a fac-4Imile
of its original in the number and esie.of its
jages, its typography,. and all the, features
which gave value to the standard publica
tions isSudd by Mr. Niles.
Besides the' fatures' of Nes' Register,
The Countryinnu has others which should
render it still more attractive, to wit: a de
partment or elegont literatu re, rejediing the
style oif Yankee literary jouroafs, and mod
eling itself after the best Engfish tiscella.
neona weeklies, but at th'e same tiie .beiig
stamsped wit.h an independent, soutli'n tone,
original -with and peculiar to itself. ,
An altogether novel feature with it, is that
it is published in the country on the editor's
plantation, nine miles from any town or vil
lago, and devotes much at.entionto agricul
Iure. rural sports, and everyhing that, in
terests the country gentleman.
The Countiymuan is a handsome quarto, of
sixteen pages, published weekly on tie edi
tor's plantation, near Ententon, Ga., to
which all oomnunicnt ions should be ad
Our terms are $5 for t'irce months, orS.'
Send all remittances by exprcss
J. A. TUIINEll.
feb 18'65 Eatonton, Ga.
A Niew Paper Isa it ichamond.
r IIE undersigned propose to publish a
Daily Paper, tnler the title of "The
Richmond Herald," on or about, the 15th.
It will.be enti1ely independent. in politics,
but will nevertheless accord ib the Admin
istration a just *support, in all measures
which, in the opinion .bf Its conductors,
may be deemed promotive of the good of
Jhe cause in which we) are engaged. A
proper critieim of such acts as will be
deuned adverse to this object, will be, of
course, consistant with the independent.
citaracter under which the paper Is 'to be
In the matter of General News it will be
found to keep-pace with the leading jour
nals o1 the day, while it will have added to
it, in the mattcr of unancial intelligence a
feature-such as. weventure te say, Ito pa
pef in the Confederacy can bost of. Edi
torlals from the pen of one of the ablest
financial writers in Lhis or any other coun
try will be present ed in each number.
For reasons not now proper to be men.
ioned, we forbpar to give the names of'
those who shall'coupose the regular edito
rial stag(; but we flatter ourselves tlat
when they shall appear, they will be found
.to con'titut such an array of talent as casn
t.ot bo excelled onl this continent.
The irell known character of the indivi
dnal. whose name appears below, as a ste
negraphic reporter, ftirnlshes, we pretunle,
a guatentee tlat, in all that relates to im
pottant politlei speeches and debates.
whleher in legislativ5 assemblies or out of
them, tha y'l ferild" will present advanfa
ges certainly not to be excelled by any pa.
pet' in the Confederacy ,
The farming intpress wi,1 be faithfully
vindicated, and care taken to dissteminate
the earliest intelligence "h i proper re
g~rd for the welfare of that great element
ofnational wealth and power shall demand.
In the matter of correct commercial in
telligence, equal zcal shall be manifested,
onr object being tp assign to each of these
departments an editor of kpown experience
Arrangements are on fbot. by which to
secure the' earliert foreit ne*s, anil the
paper will contain such editorial talent as
wilt fully eltcidate the bearing of foreign
diplomacy upoin Southern Interess,
In short, -The Rlohmond' Iletald" will
be kound to.combine every fetture of int
est which sthe requirements of the ps'esent
the enterprise is r.'espeetfolly -commend
edlo the favor and patropage of the. citi
zens of the Southern Confederacy,
P. KEAN CO.,
feb'13'64 Riohmond, Va.
"Genas" for childree,.
8 . tfle title of a cllection of admirable
.storis, mostly' fbumded on flacts, and
whish origli aliy appeared in the Southesn
Prs&er'ian and Confedy~ale *Baptiet, over
the si~nniure of "TAcusa."
T~he-rapid sqele oftbis worl(,.(over 1800.
doplus harving been sold.) speaks well for the
.fah,,r with which it has besen received by the
goug3erig pubhi6, - T2ilere ,Is nothing, secta
uing eengtinagd iQit,. thogulshos'.cbjiect be
fag' the lnoulci of true piety amongst.
th, rising generi' 1;f.
epiesongb outadahtbla offico. Price.
* 1. F., MILLE~R. a
I ~t~,or~y Mtons 'Medasi- 'in the
8~ai~' Th 9rti hia oftNortha Caro
llqtfi4~htP~ot7th 0(4, was pleas
' Wh~*~,, ~f th is
hh od~ .dtb~ ii.1i ofa
P. deoed to ab tetrest
*~ o ti, pa.nlied .Tnu
Swefk af t.hs~ kind