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East. , \ ?*.
. Bi?l;op Lyneh.^ Ursuline Convent nud Acad
" ' Store coen i de?! by A'Traeger
- " " '? J Blank
? f5 Pearse. Residence
" Store occupied Ly-F A Jacobs
" il . f- PO McGregor
ll K McGow an. Store Occupied by V Heidt
" . .' Miss Evans
" Dwelling oec'd by W iL Scssford
Fisher ?fc Hehiitsh. Store - v.
*L Dwelling oec'd by E Kgg
S GanmerJr^More a:id*?osiiionee
" Store occupied by -0
S Perrse. Store; dweihng oe by J Carry
" . House cccup'd by color?d families
li HsnBchson. Stote
>' Gardner. Stoic occupied 1.?v J J Browne
tad "?? Ashton
Gavduer. Dwel'ing.uecuo'd by J Burnside
v " ' *Exc'u?ne*eJBank
f - jr .
.* Blond?n<j to Plain.- West..
"'*.v4urTuci'ciai Bank, dwelling bce'd i?y li Scott
Store oe by r armer's, ?fe F.x'e VA
''tenias Davis. M t< Bony and .l J Cohen,
dwdrh?g by A da: sis
Y.iomr.s Davis.* Dwelling ?? lr;,- A !Loek.i::<
H Davis. Store occupied Sj Sib-ox, Bro j
('...drolling by Cc J Smith
, EJtMvis. Store oec'd by Hopsort A Sufcphen
rvetns uu>>ve as War Tux ( ?iiie-- .
ilwr*v Davie. Store oe bv T ?fc lt Finnigan
i " " J S Bird ?tc
, coud'floor J? J??alv^ tV^uerresn ro?nns
UtenrjtD?vfs. Store wceuptccMty Mad A*F?1
fte, residence by DriSolomoni?
fleury ?Davis. Store occupied by R Swaff?el
. r -id P Wmcman ? C. >
Henry Davis. B'ftnTc ot Charleston
il C Atlders?u. St-?re oce'ed by D Goidstei
. ?" S WAV R ll ??a-nk
f* t " Transportation ofiice, scc..-i:
. toi'^' cs Government ornees
*. \ ? ? Fast.
Southew Express tJ%=> oflicc, second and t'/ii
oor?ocenp?ed by MaaRntjesas boarding hoin
So Lx Co. Store occupied by John Veal
lis?ale G Beck. Store oe J by Ii J rs D Jaco!
, Residence r.nd s'iore occ
ist? by Mrs^frSCooper, \>iss ;.i i, Poindextc
W (-aitiier *fi 1 family and others
ls.w.c Odien. Store occupied by T J Hui
. ''. . .id t G Jacobs
/ * Isa-ic C'.ibcn. Store ai^d residence oe. upi<
/ . j John McKenzie
G V Antwerp. Store occupied by T." Mdt
Z Marlin, People's Bank and Reynolds &.Y.1
f u9l? i", re; ?dence by Dr Wm L Reynolds
G Y AntwferpASt?re occupied by. Dr P
^ ' dier., t; DierekWuid Geo Bruns
Chas Black. Store occupied by W S Han
1 Wtd J Mandi, residence by J Chrfetzberg
^ 3 'j- M M Sams , Store occupied by J B Dm
i Son, 1 i-F.idcingt; by Wm Watson
Dr 11 M Sams, Store occupied by J F Fisi
- un tt Co, residence by G V Antwerp
Thos Davis. Store ocoupi?d by John Heise,
2d and 3d floors by J^N Roach and J Richard
Thos Davis. Store by Mrs S A Smith, rooms j
by I C Morgan / i
Thoa Dl?vis. Store occupied by R Henning,
residence by Misses Saunders **
Dr C W?ils. titore occupied by Townsend &
North, residence by J B Duval and W Lalloo
Dr O Wells. Vmon Bank
[CONTINOE? IN "our. NEXT.]
Tuesday DCcrning, March 21, 1865.
j We, this day, present, to our readers the fir.it
! number ol' a newspaper. ive trust that tue
I advent of the Coli?nbiaiPIiOittlx will prove nn
Paiigtfry favorable, to til-.: resuscitation of our
brave old cityTroni her ashes. . ?Ve are full of
iiope ourselves, and"trust that'fcur-people wiii
sharg thc.hope wi?h u ?. . V?*s most, uot despond,
i.utlet our eil.?zen.-, rising, ?villi heart and faith
firmly rixcd on that Pt^m* Bro vi douce which j
i svUfevs.no sparrow to'fid i unnoticed to the'
ground?'proceed to their labors nsanlulh/, each
I iii his vocation, and ?. ail working together;
! until our citv is renovated, reviewed, retiene
j rated, andJBprkit^ wtVh . ::.r temples and
palaces, her shrines of arl uud in.lust ry, into a
strengUi and splendor superior <^ eu to the past.
Wc r.iu.;- not sit and \v.-;:;g our bauds idiy, but
go at euee tcPonr duties. The toil alone, hu?
Inesyiy pursued, will Leid? all the hurts of for
tune. Bc o? good ebccr?4>reth?eu--ach huv.irfg
j faith ia tho oi.her and ali ia God, ?iud let us
i woos out our deliverance like men. There is
I no laue bi> long ?hat il .hath %o turning-no
j fortune, so tenacious of its iii aspect as will not
! ?cuii?: at la?t uno;: the coiilirfuig faith w hit h
labors and prays together. . i.ike the Phoenix;
our city shall spring, from her ashes, .and our
PJiceaie, we hope and l?jst, shall announce the
j glorious rising! God ?avo thu State!, *
Od the Tramp.
We iiave had a terrible time of toil and
weariness in our tramp after a press and type
and paper. Such ro.-i?s^Hfeh u route, such
mud, such water, ?uch cla^abd bitter weather.
But, through the Oiessings of the good God, we
have succeeded, and the result is before our
pleasaut public We* owe 'much to the gcod
(irienda who cheered us and helped us along the
road. Verily, we found many Samaritans, who
! never felt the itch of gain so keenly as to sacri
Wg??? mn TIM ? I i i II i II IMO m ii i linn il i inn B**
fice humanity for the sake of "Mammon. Every- ?
where did they receive thc foot-sore pilgiini
with hospitality. They 6pread the board and
the bed with willing kindness; killed for us the
fatted lamb, and set the wheaten loaf upon the
table, and in but a single instance would any
jone receive a*single copper in compensation
; from.tne wallet of the wayfarer. And ours was
the experience of many along the route from
Columbia to Newberry, from Newberry to
I Abbeville, and from Abbeville- to Greenville;
Wc shali lpng remember the patriarchal kind
I ness of Mr. J. S. Bowers and several other gen?
tlemen connected with the Greenville Railroad;
Col. t?. Fair, Messrs. M. Ban* and R. Greneker?.
of Newberry); Mrs. Dr. .Service, "Mrs. John Sas
sard, Mrs. Wi er, Messrs. Hugh \V"i)sou and Wm.
fifoore, of Abbeville; Messrs. J.'S. Bailey and
G. W. Hoff, of Greenville.
WP are glad ro learn from Mr. Heart,Spe?
cial Agent bf tUv Post Office Department," that
an arrangement Ita* becu rqpdejwith the South?
ern Express Company, by which the letter
.mails will hereafter be regularly transmitted
between the present terminus of the Charlotte
Railroad ut Blackstocks, by way of this city, to
Augusta and back twice a week. Much credit
is due to. the Southern Express Company, for
the piomptitudeand liberality with which they
have glaced their large and efncieutj establish?
ment at the service of the Government, for the
acconmiodaflSeri of the public during the tem?
porary suspension of 'oun^railroad facilities.
We*are highly gratified nt being able to state
that t?l?graphi? communication has heen re?
opened with the East and West.
MAJ. Joux JENKINS.-We are greatly pleased
to hear that thisiruly able soldier, who, if his
own merits and tho good of thc service had
been objoets in the sight,of our authorities,
would have been long since made a brigadier,
has reached oar city on hu way to a commend
of cavalry belov? us. H?. duties will be of A
partisan character-a service too much neglect?
ed, and the'one over all others most proper to
ethe forest and swamp country in which he is
.to operate. It is probable that, wheu the par?
tisans of Major Jenkins are once fairly in the
saddle, be will soon find his way into the sad?
dles of Borne of Foster's raiding parties.
The movements of the Federals indicate an
early attack on Mobile.