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Thc* u?tice of thc ?v?umila, 1'!I<L,??X a ou
. Gates/si ivv'*u#i ic?u'.1 clout frein Tlain. .
CoMMAXOANT'AT COLL .MB IA.-We ?ie apprised
that Col. A. F. Itudler, of the r?gulai' army,
has heen appointed to the post of commanda*..
iii the city'of Columbia and its precincts. '
TUE 1*HU:.VIX.-Dur Photnix UOCB nolriee
frcin the flames and ashes without great cost
and effort^ We have toiled laboriously and
expended much money in enabling her to
clothe 'herself in new plumage aud to soar.
These labors aud this cost will be cheerfully
shared, we doubt not, hy our lellow citizens.
We shalLf be constrained to charge somewhat
more highly at first for oui* Pheonix than wt
expect io do hereafter. After the-few firs
numbers of our. paper, which require ut vt
extra expenditure of money, shall eudeavo
to accommodate our charges to the usual stand
ard of ?ur coteinpoiaries The poce of th
? tirol humber will be $2.
1 TUE SAMARITAN CITIES ?MD PEOPLE.-Th
citizens ot Columbia owe aa eternal dela c
1 gratitude to the noble generosity of the peopl
j of Augusto, Charlotte, Chester, iN" ?wberrv, Af
beville, Ur erin ville, Sumter and other jl?c?
for the promptness and wonderful libcrlnt
I which came to their relief and rescue al th
j hour of their worst tribulation. W'e wer
(starving and they brought us food, Waked au
they gave us 'clothing, sorrowing and tue
poured into our sou is the worus ot couitor
encouragement and sympathy. JNorshouid vs
lorgct uie ?uuiuuuu love of' these people i
CbarlotCe and other towns who welcomed' oi
fugitives to their homes aud ri res.'des. We shu
' not lorgei thEiu, and il-is gratelui io know tin
if (jrou genus ub lite suomi, lie guides us io tt
"sheller; if Ile ulliicfs us willi aie tcourge, 1
V ii mis Hie remedy; ii He tests our li ?ari? wu
trial, lie slreuguie'its us with iuiiu until Lope
renewed wilbtu us. s
FAVORS.-We owe our ucXuowledgnienUs to
Charleston friend' for- copies of tue Coane
(Yankee,) of that city, oi tue 14th and 15
'inst. Abolition there seems lo be lu ludida:
and froru ihe rumors whichTeaCh us.'iniaceg
nation is soon likely to loilow, uuder iii? ai
pices of uno ol' the ?eccher family ot thc und
gender. We have 'oeeu also favored willi lc
Augua'.a papers, through? the kindness ol' 0
R*idler. We beg to say lo our i?ieuds a
correspondents, that stray copies of new sj
pers, Irom any parts, will be always welcom
By recent lel?rTMius received here, w<* learn
that our Congress adjourned on Saturday, the
18th, after r?soiv iiig to put two bundled thou?
sand negroes ?uto th? army, ,
That iiauiptou had drubbed kilpatrick, cap
lu-iiug his baggage train and several gu rife and
prisoners.* We have reports aud, rumors ?f
O! her affaira, spirited skirmishes, of the result
of which we have no reason to complain. 4? ie ?
Marion Artillery, it is said, .greatly distin-1
guished themselves in a late affair, covering j
themselves with glory.
The tolluwlug official telegram, dated "Head- ?
quarters Armies of tile Copfcderate States, j
March 20," was received in Richmond ou the j
j 20th, from Gen. li. E. Lee}
> //?Jv ?/. V. Brcckinridge, Secretary of IPcw.-j
j Geu. .1. E. Johustou reports tuat about ? p. m., j
i ou the 10th iost., he attacked the enemy uear
BeutousvilJe and routed him, capturing three
guns. A mile to the rear he rallied upou fresh
troops, but was forced back, slowly uutil 6 p.
m., when, receiving more troops, he apparently
assumed the offensive, which was resisted with* >
out difficulty uniil dark. This morning, lie is
eptrtnehed. Our loss was small. ?The troops
behaved admirably weil. A dense thicket pre?
vents rapid operations.
The Canadian Parliament has voted $1,000,
000 for tne permanent defence of the country,-'
and *?U,0UU for tho expense of volunteers on
the frontier. . - '
Maximilian hes been recognized by England.
Lost or Stolen,
ON Friday nighty 17m ultimo, a BOX con?
taining papers valuable only to myself
promissory obligations, titles and bills of sale;
among them a printed sealed blauls obligation,
signed by the subscriber, with the name oLa
friend signed as security on its face, payabSu
my*order, but not endorsed. The puolicv are
cautioned not to trude or negotiate for any
paper on which my ?am? may appear, and a
nbeial reward will be given tor any iulorma
tion that may lead to tue ir recovery. Also, a
variety of Silver Plate, marked "C. M. ll.," "C.
M. NV.," and a gold open-faced Watch, (and
Cliaiu,) No. 10,b.il, . Dupont, maker.
BEARY WiLbi^, Lumber street,
mareil 21 Near the Asylum.
Exchange ?ro?eiage. -
?N consequence of many applications, the
subscriber hereby resumes lu, business as
LXCBAtiGE BRU?LK in all its various
orauches. ile thanks the public for their paist
libeial patronage, und solicits a con'tfhuauee of
ibesame. ?I?MCY YVIJLLIO,
Registered Exchange Broker.
Oiticc for the present At his residen coon Lum
ber siieet, between the Marion Street Metho?
dist Church aud Asylum. march 21
. ;-, _ y
f *? ' ? Kerr Sale,
I 'PvVc; .l-?l?i.CilCO WS mid CALVES; a
1 JL i'?A.iisj nWjfv.-y rich tua? ni?ji elegant
?JH?.-??; ? 'htrg?nui? nearly l?eiy tSQohii&G
STOVE, Bi?L>S'i'K.?D'\ BURKAU", TABLES
and other Fuanituac. Apply to
MAJ. J. T. TREZEVA2?T,
t:i:i:vli ?1 :',_Sear .st-.: A?se?aL
i?T.ireii?ig in Aboevi?e ior ?saie.
mi'JL?fi fctOUoE has seven chambers, four
bas?tuent roc .os, two of WHICH caa be
tioeii lu sV-thaier." i he lot contains tour acres
and has ou lt all necessary OUt-buildings.
inaroti 21 2_ELEVIN ^MiKER.
"i Horses aaa Males Wanttd!
fi^^* FOB which thc highes* price will bo
rx V i paid: or a number will bo taken care
oi 4ua i?d ior their use. Apply to
? T. b.- B (JUDELL,
Gates street, back of Catholic Church.
march 21_A_' 3?
~ " WM. H. O?CHAKi), "
PROFESSOR OF MUSIO,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens
of Columbia that he will give lessons on
tue 1TAJN? F?BTE and GD iTAit, either at his
resiuence (Columbia Female College) or that ol
his pupils. 1TAJNO FOK?E=> TUtfEi)
and BEFAiRivP._match al 3*
Se?3q.uarter?> Mii.l)iv. of the West,
A li lj Ll ST A," ?ljtacil'4, lb bo.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS No. its.
* * ? ? .* ?
ICOL A. F. R?DLER is hereby assigned
. as Cotutnaudaut of thc Fost at Columbia
j* . * * * *
By command ? Gen. JJEAUREG ARD.
Otiicial: Gio. W. BUENT, Coi. and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, CoLUMBrA, S. C.,'
March 15, ltj65.
GENERAL ORDERS NO.-1.
lu ooedieiice to Litte above order, 1 hereby
assume command of ibis JL'osl.
By order of A. si". BUDLER,
. Colonel Cuiunmudiugi
W. J. MEALINQ, A. A. A. G._marghjMjj^
COLUMBIA, ?. C., MAUCH 20,. 1865.
SPECIAL ORDER NO -k. m
IALii bmcets aud men low iu the cit;
. WhQ*are unattached, will repoit to thea
iieadep. artera for organization as a guard io
?)ost au ty.
ll. Detailed, men who are unassigned ar
required lo report at these headquarters fa
assignment to duty without delay.
Ul. The police and citizens, generally ar
requested lo aid iu the arrest of absentees an
deserters. By order of A. F. RUDLER,
; i Colonel Commanding.
W. J. M.EABJNG, A. A. A. G. - maren 21
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