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DSar?er! lO^xrfcex-.S ? 1
r I'M IK subscriber will exchange HIDES ana
L SALT for SOLE LEATHER and CORK,
on favorable terms. JOHN II. HEISE.
. April l or
IT^ItOM my lot opposite the Presbyter in
Church, a large MAHOGANY DUN IN :
TABLE and a WASH-POT. A suitable reward
will be paid to any one who will give inform:'.
tion lo lead to their recovery.
April 1 a* _ AMJNLAV J^G\ Wj'ORD.
For Sale or Rent,
MA MAGNIFICENT HOUSE, with all
couvenieuaes aud atables, out-buildings,
<tc, with a variety of .11 kindfc of FURM
TURE COOKING UTENSILS, CROCKERY,
&C Thc house will be tented, furnished or
unfurnished. A[ ply to A. ?TR?GER, end o
Richardson street, close to /razee's new buudf
ings. April 1 .1*
ALL ferrymen throughout the District are
respectfully requested to cross uo sit. ve
over the river, either by flats or small bouts,
wilhout'his jiass is endorsed by either Mr. J. G.
GIBBES, Capu W. B. SY AINLEY or myself.*
mardi ?? T. J. iT?t'DW YN, Mayor.
^IMiE subscriber, Uiaukiul tor past, patronage.
I would in lorin his ;< ion-la and the puolic
tliut he is still prepared Lo ft .'?ish all kinds of
BRAaS CASH-NG m a w-u...manlike mai ner
and with despulen. ROBY .WGOl. G ALL,
tnarcli li:', li' <?.?. isat'ii ;.eai M>'as|.i!ijjt?in.st.
COLL'M Bi.-i, .->. C.. ?futen uo, ISOj.
Si' i'd AL UJiJJliti X(J-. " .. ...^
?A1.L o?ioeis and mer now in the city
0 Wlio ale ilUiit.uelied. WIK repolt lo toe^e
liesdq-artcis for organizuiii.u en a guard lot
II. Dciaiiod men who nr.- unassigned are
rea u ir ?td to repoi t nt ines? hrnoquurier* lot
u?iguinent I" duty without d-?i iy.
III. i'Ue polio? and citizens generally ire
.-CO II esteti to aid lu tile arr est '1 absentee* and
Iwerter.-. By order ol A. F. RUDLER,
W. J. MKAUSG. A. A. A. ti. march 21
Cottage Wanted. ,
WANTED to purchase, a modest COTTAGE
suitable lor a small lauiiiy, in a pleusaul
jart of the city. Appiy ut this ulbce.
Pictorial and Gift Books.
a SMALL collection ol' FtGlUKlAL ant
JCJ^ GUT B00K.S, beautifully iiiu.-traud
wimble a? meiiK-ntucs of friendship -md utico
iou and us rewards ot merit ai d ex -..?knee ia
icadtfiuies, including the writings ot -some o:
li? most fatuous poets. Appiy ir ?.!<?.. "ffiee.
DETACHMT liUTl Lil's ? AV. BRIGADE,
Cn U:IX)TTK. N. C., Mareil -j::, ibft?.
ci neu LAH.
A LL absentees from Butler'* Cavalry liri
-?V. gad? are hereby required to report to me
lat Chesterville. S. C.^ or to Capt. Md VER, at
I Clieraw, S. C., without delay. To such as
report promptly, the clemency offered in the
reecui order from Gen. Lee will bo extended.
Those who do not avuil themselves of thia last
opportunity may expect the extremest penally
ol the military law. This order to remain in
force for t wenty days from this date. By order
B. II. RUTLEDGE,
march 2S Col. Comm'dg Detachment.
Headquarters Mil. Div. of the West,
I . AUGUSTA, MARCH a, ig*&,
I SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 18.
* * ? * *
ICOL. A. F. RUDDER is hereby assigned
. as Commandant of thc l'ost at Columbia,
By commatul Gen. BEAL REG ARD.
j Oficial: (TKO. YY. BRENT, CO!, and A. A. G.
? HEADQUARTERS. COLT MMA. S. C.,
March IS, Ipi--.*.
\ GENERAL ORDERS NO. I.
Ju oDedietice to tlie above order, I hereby
assume comm.aid of this Post.
By order 01 A. F. RL'DLER,
W. J. MEALIN?;, A. A. A. G. march 21
. , Circular.
COMMl ?SARY-GENERAL'S OFFICE,
RICHMOND, March 2, 1865.
j '"I^HE officers of the Nitre Mmmg service will
j JL be placed on theNHiiie footing as those ol
i the Subsistence Department, in the collection
of supplies, lt is believed that perfect accord
will result in much good lo both services; the
beat energies of all officers, are in.vit.ed in aid
of thia service at present,
a. M. Sr. JOHN,
NITRE AND MINING BUREAU,
RICHMOND, Mai ch 2, 1865.
The officers of this service will use the privi?
lege thus granted iii such manner as to aid,
I rather than embarrass, Hie Subsistence Depart
ment; they will coil*.ct supplies as rapidly ai
their other duties will altww, aud all accutnu
j lations beyond their immediate necessities wii
be t imed ovei to thc Commissary Department
So far as practicable, iiiej will >r;-w supplie:
I tram sources liol immediately ava i ?ab ie Lo Coin
missary oiiicer.-. R*I< ttA?D MOitToN,
Lt. Col., Aclu g Clilef-.N, Had aL Bun-rut.
mu rch Ky
gy Newberry '?"a publiai t?:....'
aud ac nd bili io ?? . .. <..?_. . .<. .
Lost, Silver and Jewelry.
ATRUNK", containing Silver ud ether ar?
ticle* ?1 value, was left in Columbia at tba
passenger depot, br Mr. Winthrop, trastee of the
estate of T. L Bnlow. Thc morning the enemy
entered Columbia, tue trunk vas opened and
the conteuis divided among our soldiers, who
were then evacuating the city. Some of the
jewelry having com* recently to light., I ans
encouraged to advertise, in the hope of receiv?
ing some of the silver. Among the anieles not
marked are several Seal and Diamond Rings; a
Diamond Breast-pin, half moon; a Gold Cup,
Spoon and Saucer, in Morocco case; two Caps,
marked "T. L. B." and ..J. C. B.'' the rest of
the silver marked "G. L. B." or "Bulow," and
also "M. C- B." Any information will be grate?
fully received and a liberal reward paid for th?
recovery of any of the lost property by
M. CAROLINE BULOW,
Guardian of T. S. and T. C. Bulow.
The State of South Carolina.
EXECUTIVE DEPART?! r*>TT, \
, COLUMBIA, March 27, ISUr.] ' I
rI^lir. invasion of thc State has rendered iL
JL proper that the Legislative Department! ?a
die Government of the State should Le coS
ieued, that such measures may be adopted as
Ale welfare of the Stale amy require. - And for
that purpose, the m eui bera of the Senate and
'.lie House of Representatives othilie Stale of
South Garolma are licrcbv 'invited to as-?mble
at Greenville, on TUESDAY, the 'doth day of
April, 1865, at 12 o'clock m.
By the Governor: A. G. MAGRATH.
Official: W. S. ELLIOTT, Private S*lretary.
All papers in the State will copy until
?the unie for ihe meeting of thc Legislature.
\ _Gold, Silver and Bank Bills Wanted.
| ~ \ consequence of many"' applications, tl?e
I L sid?scriber hereby resume* ht- bu? in ?se as
i KXi-HANGE BROK EU io all iis varioue
' iirnneh. s. IL- thanks thj publie l >r tUeh?past
!? ii>ei-ai | ...;;."!.v.kr'e. m. 1 ? ilivils .? ?-<u>tinu>iu?e of
}i?,..-ru?.. I ! KN RY- WILLIS,
ite/i-ui.d Echange H-oU-r.
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