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Th? o?ice ol' lin; c'oi'?ii jiu Phoenix is ?ni
Gates street, secoud dour from Plain.
Four persons eau g? t passage io Newberry
by applying at this'ofiiee iinniedialely.
MAILS.-The Southern Express Company, we.
are pleased to learn, have commenced carrying
the mails, semi-weekly, Irwin Columbia to Caa.
den, Sumter and all other post towns on the'
line of the Wilmington, and Manchester Rail?
way as far as the town of Marion.
Our correspondents are respectfully .cntrotit
ed to write their manuscripts only oiue-ne side
of their paper; and it is particularly desirably
"that they should keep in view .Tic limited space
which we are able to accord to them in oar
sheet Let them coudensi with a stern regard
t? a -pregnant meauing in every sentence, a
fresh thought, and a compact uso of language.
OoL. ?i.?TtKo KiiKTx.-We. are pleased to
iearu thal official information has been received
that Col. Allred Rhett is unhurt, though a pri?
soner, lie is in the lmntis ol' Gen. Jeff. C
Davis and at his headquarters, lie was cap?
tured 011 thc afternoon of the 15th, while
making a recomi? Usance of the loealiiy fixed
Upon tor t!ic tight of his brigade next day. The
capture is reported to have, been made by a
detaclnnciitfcOf Kilpatrick'0 cavalry, concealed
in a thicket, and in consequ -'ce ol" thc fall ol
his horse. The animal was aa old one, imper?
turbable amid tiie roar of camion, but not so
good at coursing.
NASSAU.-In this harbor, on the Sd inst.,
there were lying idle over thirty steamers and
about a bund re'l sailing vessels, and warehouses
are rilled with goods !?.>r which there ?a now nt
The li/.lowing massages, remaining in South
ern Telegraph Office, cannot bo delivered foi
Want of proper address:
J. tianva, Herman Wikeman,
Capt. David Hmzer, Miss J. H. Kogel.
Died, at her residence in this city, Thursuaj
afternoon, February 10, nt the seventy-first
year of her age, ?d' congestion of the Hines
Mrs. ELIZABETH HENRIETTA HENRI'
widow of thc lat.- Rev. Dr. 1 tobert Henry, ant
eldest daughter ol' t he late Charles Connors, o
Clarendon District. *
"Blessed are.the dead who die in thc Lord.'
j ; T :l seryant. on iii?: night of the 17th ?lt.,
JL) H box ot LADIES' HATS, which the owner
cnn get bj d1 cribing property. Apply on
Lutnber street, second door (East) from Marion
street. ? march SO 1
.4 LL ferrymen thryrghottt the District arc
x\. respectfully requested to eto.-s uo slave
over the river, either by lints-or small boats,
without his ?.ass is cndorsed'bv either Mr. J. G.
GIBPh'vCiipt. \V. IL STANLEY or myself,
march:;" T. J. GOODWYN, Mayor.
?. \ F '- UL.:
A AN Occasional Lodge wjll be held at
'Y%rtbe College Campus, THIS (Thursday)
/SrxAETERSOON, at :U o'clock precisely.
Tlie M.*. M.*. Degree will be conferred. The
craft, are requested to attend. By order of the
Most, Worship.ul Grand Master, march 30 1*
TAESIROUS of receiving instruction inj
J../ French, Drawing, Painting or Singing,
mirv apply :i; the residence of Mons.eur DO
VILLIERS. South-east corner of Washington
and Bull streets.
GEO! HUGGINS, Irrsurancs Agent, may also
be found nt the sana- pine.. match 80 1*
JUST RIX El VED
a FRESH SUPPLY BUTTER.
J\_ Lot. fine MATCHES.
Bli FAR ROOT PIPES.
BLACK SEWING SILK.
.USO roll SALK, _
TOOTH BLUSH KS.
SEC ARS, SMOKING TOBACCO.
BLACK PEPPER. fc
An?tc and Giit BUI IONS.
India Rubber?TOBACCO BAGS.
PLAYING CARD>. %
LE AD PE .SCI LS. INKSTANDS.
DORAN. SALTPETRE. Apply on Assem?
bly street, West side, one door from Pend lei on
street.. ^ march Ifiu 1*
Soldiers' Boards of Relief. .
OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF S. C.,
Siur-iAMirRG C. H., March 1, lSu\>.
THIS department is located tor the present
at this place. The Soldiers' Hoards of Re?
lief in Districts and Parishes with which there
is no communication by mri], will forward their
returns by horse courier* immedia ely upon the
receipt pf tiiis notice. The expenses of these
couriers will be paid at this office. All other
important communications for this office should
be forwarder in tac fame way.
JAMES Tia PP ER, Auditor of S. C.
march* ?0 ?>
.A F U LIN ls ii Ky A PARTAIENT, to sin 1
li^ktLgle gViiiU'tneu oi* n gentleman and wile.
A parlor might be added. Apply At this offic*,- 1
march SO ._ 1* ?
. By Thos. W- Mordecai,
Auction and Coimnissi'sn Mcrxlumt.
Til LS Di Y, at ll o'clock, al my marton Be?
del's lot, opposite headquarters, I trill sell, to
the highest bidder,
Cocking Stoves, Crockery, Glassware, China,
Furniture, Books of standard'authors, Maga?
zines and other reading matter. Property, may
bc s'Uit. np to sale hour. marcbgO 1*
Positive Sale-Paunia Going Away. *
'By Thos. W. Mordecai. .
TO-MORROW, Slat iust, commencing at 10'
o'clock, at tbe residence on Richland street?
West, of Main, near Mr. Hope's, I will sell, to
the highest bidder,
; All the Furniture used in house keeping, con?
sistiug of Bed steeds. Bureaus, Crockery,.
i in variety, and worthy attention of those who
? want L-earoe articles. ' jgfeT A DWELLING ia
wanted oil rent._ march SQ 1*
COMMISSARY-GEN ER AL'S OFFICE,
RICHMOND, March 2,1SG5.
rIMIE officers of the Nitre Mining service will
JL be placed on the same fooling as those of
the Subsistence Department, ia the collectioa
,of supplies, lt is believed that perfect accord
will result in. much g.iod lo both servicesjv th4
best energies of all officers arc invited in aid
of this service at present.
J. M. Sr. JOHN',
NI Tit M A IS J > MINING BUREAU",,
it.fl:.MOM?, Ma; ch 2, 1 S65.
The officers of thrs service will use ihe privi?
lege thus granted in such manner as to aid,
rather than ernbarrrss, Hie Subsistence Depart-'
ment; they will coll ct supplies as rapidly cs
their other duties will allow, aud nil uccumu-?
lotions beyond their immediate necessities will1
be turned ovei to thc Commissary Departmen J
So far RS practicable, they will draw Supplies!
from solaces not immediately Available to Coin
missnry officers. RlCllAJLiD MOUTON,
Lt, Col, Acting Chief N. and M. Bureau^
* mardi SO <>
8STiiewherry Herald publish toree times
and semi bill tc this office for payaran'
"Gold, Silver and Bank Bili? Wanned..
XN consequence of matty applications, the
subscriber hereby resumes h\- business as
EXCHANGE BROKER iu air its various
tranches. He thanks the public for their past
liberal patronage, ?nd solicits a coui.iuuauee of
the same. HENRY WILLIS,
Registered Exchange Broker.
Oth>e fort! ? pr?sent?t his residenceou Lum?
ber ittwt* bflfcrceu lie Maries Street Metho?
dist Church and Asylum. march 21 !