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REPORTS OF PRESS. ASSOCIATION, j
Entered zzczr??ng io Act ?f ijoiiyrcss.iu the i car !
1863, by J. ii. J'hr'tuhnr, it* the GI tr k's Office of'
tlie District Court of lh<- Cottfnlcratc ??tute* for
the Xortherh lJUlrict nf Georgia
\ Latest Northern News.
RicuiioND, March 21.-Northern papers of
the 18th contain a despatch to Grant from
Sherman, dated Fayetteville, N. C., March 12, in
Aich he says bis army is in fine spirits, and
he had met with no serious opposition.
Pl' Sheridan reports that on Monday last, a por?
tion of bis cavalry were'engaged in tearing up
the railroad between Hanover Junction and
ichmond, while the main body was pushing
n towards White House. c?
The* London Tunes says the fact of the ap
intinent of a new minister tu the butted j
tes will dispel the wild fancy that England [
d France contemplated' a soit of uuderatand
g regardiug the recognition ol' the Couf?dt
cy on the iourth of March, by acknowledging
incoln Presidont only et those Suites which
ad taken part in his election. ,
Foote has oublisUed a letter tu Loudon de
ounciug the Southern Confederacy.
Nothing Was destroyed iii Fayetteville except j
e arsenal and thu observer newspaper oltice.
Lincoln mad? a speech m Washington, ou
e 17th, in which tie expressed the hope that I
e rebels would employ negro troops; aa he
ys the negroes cannot tight aud work both.
Sheridan reports the James Ki ver Canal len
ered useless aa far East as Goochland, Ad the
ntrai Railroad lrom Tolersville to Beaver
am destroyed. The South Anna bridge was |
Gold closed On the 17 th at 164.
An apparatus- has been invented by which ]
le sueet lamps of a whole city can be lighted 1
THOSE wielling my professional ser?
vices, can hud me for the prece nt st the j
?l?euce of Lr. C. H. Miot, corner o? Lady 1
Id Pickeusstreets. W. L. REYNOLDS.
march 23_ ' ? 2?
ovels and Romances of Gilmore Simms.
)Ksale, a beautiful copy, Redfield's Libra?
ry edition, of SIMMS' ROMANCES, il lus?
ted by Darley. Apply at this office,
i march 28_.?- ? _
~ A. . F\ UV.
? REGULAR meeting of Acacia
,L?dge No. 94 will be held at the Hall, in
Athe College Campus, THIS AFXER
?ON, at *: o'clock. By order of the W. M.
ireh *8 1
Died, in Columbia, on the 1st jof Febrnarv
Inst, of pneumonia, CAROLINE ELIZABETH
GIBBES, daughter of the late J. S. Guignard
ami wife of Dr. R. W. Gibbes.
Her life was one of beautiful propriety in
all of its relations, and death, though suddenly
claiming ber, lound her a Christian submissive
to the call. Her last words .were, "Lord, 1 am
Cash. Donations for Columbia Sufferer?.
The Columbia Joint Relief Committees ac?
knowledge lue f?"owing cash donations Up to
date: * '*"
Rufus M Johnston, $5,000; J H Anderson and
'oilier? at Macon, 2,4?0; W A McSwain and
wife, 40; Dr E T Al?'-- wain, 20; Lucius McSwain,
10; Miss Anna McSwain, 10; Miss Hattie Mo?
ri wai c. 20; M T Appleby, Darlington, 10; VV-W
Willard, Hillsboro, N C, 5,000; from the Au?
gusta Rebel Committee, through Dr W P Gei?
ger, SOU; K W Edgertou, 5,u0u and 50 in gold;
.1 G Gibbes, 5,0(>0; Kev W B Yates, 600; ladies
of Greenville, through Mrs G King, 5,000; Mr
Thompson, luO; John S Due, SOO; amount col?
lee Led on the road between Graaiteville and
Columbia by Mr Gregg, 2,550.
ll. LI ?DING, secretary and Treasurer.
MR. JOS. DENCE will TUA ii and REPAIR
PIANOS and MELODEOISS. All ordera
left at his residence, eeeoud h btise from the
railroad, Hast cud of Camden street, will meet'
with prompt attention. match 28 3*
THE subscriber, thankful for past patronage,
would inform his friends and the public
that he is still prepared to furnish ali kinds of
BRASS CASTING in a workmanlike manner
and with despatch.
march 23 ROBERT MCDOUGALL
DURING the fire, on the IT th ultimo, the
following BONDS and CERTIFICATE.
Three months after date application will be
made to the Depositary for their renewal:
C. S. Bonds iNo. 723 and 729, $500 each, Act
August 1* 1861, 8 per cent; C. S. Bonds No.
7121, 7122, 7123, $100 each, Feb. 28, 1861, 8 ?
per cent.; Certificat* 1097^700, Feb. 28, 1861,
8 per cent.; Certificate 261, ?4,000, March 23,
6 per cent.; Certificate 268, 969, $1,000, March
23, 6 per eena; Certificate 976, 1403, $??A
March 23, 6 per cent.: Certificate 274? $600,
Feb. 17,1864,4 per ceuU; Certificat* 1333,2129,
$600, Feb. 17,1864,4 per ceut.; Certificate 753,
$100, Seb. 17, 1864, 4 per cent.; State of South
Carolina 7 per cent.-Bouda, hseued under Act to
raise supplies lor year ?.ouiiiieneitig i860, Nan
381," '.'?1, .08, Toy, 740, 741, 3o2, eacu $l0O.
march 23 1* . HENRY SIMMONS.
HT WO or tfciw ni??? n t ROOMS, delightfully
JL situated io the central part of tho city. ?
Apply South side of the Catholic Church. %
march 23 -2 ?bt 1*
School N?tige, .
MRS. SELBY will, lesurae the exercises of
her SCHOOL on MOS DAY, 3d April.
. School Botice.
THE subscriber has opeued a SCHOOL for
youug ladies at the Columbia Female Coi- ?
liege. T. E. WAN NAMA KER J
I march 23 * 3*
Columbia Female Academy- \
THE exercises of this SCHOOL will be re- i
sumed (D. V ) on the FIRST MONDAY in
April. . JANE F. REYNOLDS,
! SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS,
march 23 2*_ Principals.
Mn. Levy ]
BEGS leave to anuouuee that she will open
a SCHOOL for boys under fourteen years
?ut age, on MONDAY, 27th inst-, at the reel*
dence Of Airs. Henry Lyons. Terms twenty
dollars a mouth, payable int advance.
. marah '?Z _._ 2*
AFEW bottles ol uucorrosive WRITING I
INK, for sale at thia office. nrar?i^B-^??
Given, to a Lady, . ? ]
i kN the night of Ute tire, by a Yankee sol- 'if
VT dier, t#o SILK DRESSES, wnieh tue %
owner eau have by paying 4or advertising and ?
ueaenbiug property.* They will Oe .shown LO
no one who cannot describe them accurately, j
as it is desirable that they tall only imo me -i
hands of the lightluP-owuer. Appiy to Mr*. ? j
WM. B. S VUTH, a?'M?s. Fenton's iediOew>e, v?
corner of Richland ?na Femiietou ^uoeU, n'rst
square boiow 5tan.e: Houset march '?6 2* \
IT has been sacje^taiued cbat persons have re?
moved s large quautity of WAILS from the
Passenger Depet oi the ?outh Carolina Rail?
road, belonging to the Contederute States Go?
vernment and m charge of Capt. *. S. Kicnard
sou, A. Q M. All persons having any portion
of the Nails, are requested to no.tuy me at I
once, as 1 am authorized by Cap*. Richardson ?
to have collected and stored all Government ?
property left by him in Columbia.
march 23 2 F. H. PERCIVAL, Lieut,- \
Exchange' Brokefltft. f
I N consequence of many applications, the I
?. subscriber hereby resumes n?s business as j
EXCHANGE BROKER in all its various *
?anches. He thsuks the publio for their past \.
liberal patronage, and solicits a eont&uauee of f
the same. HENRY WILLIS,
Registered Lachauge Broker. , ?
Office for the present at his teai deuce ou L m- a
ber street, OetWeeu the Marion street Melho- 1
dist Church and Asylum. march 21 1