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A despatch from ?choti<jld, dated Lha 21s.t.
reports that h? occupied Goldsboro that" evrii- j
inc, with buta slight opposit ion.^.
Sherman's left was engaged with the enemy
near Bentonsville <>a Sunday. His right, the
17th, corps, was near Mt. Olive on. Suuday
RobertjCobb Kenned}', convicted of being a
spy, waa executed Saturday at Fort Lafayette.
Gold closed at 167.
Singleton, on h ie* return to Washington, ridi?
culed the renewal of tire ' peace rumors, and
was very certain that neither Davis nor Lee
had any intention of submitting.
Crook has been assigned to the army of the
Potomac. ' '
The English Parliament had. a discussion on
the 13th, on the Canadian defences, some speak?
ers regarding a war with the United States as
probable. The House was, however, assured
by the Ministers that the -relations between
England and the United States was altogether
RICHMOND, March 30.-The New York .Tri
tune of the 23th has Grant's latest official .tele?
gram relative to the fight at Petersburg on
Saturday. He reports that the Yankee ...loss
was 166 killed, 1,201 wounded and 700 missing
of those corps that were engaged. Thc same
despatch says that 1,883 Confederates were
Another despatch from Grant says . that he
ia ia receipt of Sherman's reports of operations
from the time he left Fayetteville to the 22d.
It sjjow* that he has had hard fighting, result
ing m a very heavy loss to the enemy in ikillec
?nd .wounded and over 2,000 prisoners ig our
hands. His own loss he says will be coverer'
by 2,50J since he left Savannah. Many ol
them are bat slightly wounded.
The press telegram and letters claim Yankee
victories ai Averasboro and Bentonsville June
Sherman's and Schofield's armies formed 1
junction ou the 23d. ?
The rebel pirate Owl left Havana on the 21st
bound for Galveston.
Geu. Kautz, commanding thc cavalry of th'
army of the James, has been,, su pe reeded b;
Gold is quoted at 154. ;
RICUMONU, March 3t.-Northern papers 0
the aatb have l een received..^"The war uaw
consists chiefly of details of the' recent opera
lions in North Carolina and Virginia
Jacob Little,?th'- prominent banker, died i
New York on the jSth.
Lincoln .had not returned, from Grant's head
quarters. A Washington telegram to th* if?
raia"says it is reporten that he is detained b
propositions for a renewal of peiiee negotiation;
White/there is nothing to ccu li rm the report,
is sot improbable that he may, be I ore his returt
arrange with Gen. Grant for the reception an
consideration of any proposition Gen, Lee ma
n??v*io make, ioukiug tu a cessittion wi armes1
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RIOUI?OND. April 1.-The Herald, of the30th,
has. beeu received. Its situation article say?
it is now believed that the visit of the Presi?
dent to the armies ou the James is of more itn
portauce titan is generally considerad. Since he
has been t?tere, a council of war ha? been held,
in which Lincoln, Grant,Sherman, Meade,Ord,
Sheridan and other military chiefs participated.
After it broke up, a general movement in front
of Richmond began.
A Was h in gto a telegram to tbe Her aid says
Lee hat renewed the request for a military
convention to settle matters-to agree upon
terni* for a cessation of bostilitiesraud establish
peace. But informed officers here regard im?
mediate peace as almost beyond doubt. A
rumor of another peuce conference has derived
additional continuation from the fact that
Seward has gone to James River to joiu Lin?
The friends and acquaiutairbes of Mr?. SUSAN
HARADEN, Mr. and MK. John McCully and
of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Porter are invited to
attend the funend-services of the former, at the
Presbyterian Church, THIS (Tu?sdav) AF?
TERNOON, at half-past 4 o'clock. . "
Cash Donations, for Columbia Sufferers.
The Columbia Joint Relief Commut?es ac?
knowledge the following cash donations up to
A. L Solomons, $5,000; Augusta Relief Com?
mittee, through Jr. Ingall*, 80; liaptist Church, I
Chester, through CoL S. W. Mobley, 52.
E. LL EDI 3 G, Secretary and Treasurer.
LOST, * pair of.STEEL SPECTACLES, ba a
black leather case; the owner's nant? ou
tbe case.* The. finder will be rewarded by
leaving them .hack of the Charlotte Depot.
April 4 1* . _P. H.URLBl?C)?.
TWO or three'pleasant ROOMS, delightfully
situated, in the central part of tile cuy.
Also, a smart little HOUSE Jiu Y to hire. Ap?
ply South side of the Catholic Church.
April 4_ . '_1*__
Fodder Wan te a.
WANTED, a lew bales of FODDER, for
which o?LT 01 PLOW STEEL ?Ul be
?iven in exchange. Z. B. OiiKES,*
Renate street, oppomyc ?haud's Ch uro h._
* Barter! Barter!
1"M1E undersigned ?viii exenange SALT for
. FLOUR? ?aiULA^SE?, LGOo, BUTTER,
?c. . M. FOO!,
'House occupied by Mr. P. s>. Jaooba,
"Washington street, new to corner'Gatos st.
House and Ifavniture for Sci?.
umj?n?.j.iiv<4 ..' i- i?'f <? " ?..O. ??
X TAKE Ho: - i .tining Hw ro-m?.5?;
?ituutedon Snnr. st: ... i. .?. '..umber, l i-,
house is furnish* . i Ihrotigtioni, Mid wjl! be .son"
us it elands. O? i t<- bu H an -lecHent wei! of
water. ' A !>argii;n can be Obt lined.
April A 3?_' F. fifXSt,
?L A EEG Ci.AK co:: :* um ration of R'.or
-a^fland Lod.;~ No. 89 ? F, ? "? .., wr'l ls?
/\f\heldon V'F.DN'liSDAY AF1S:'N^)03?,
5th inst., ai 4 o'c - k, at thc hu'i ? the Gr ?Tl ego
Campus. Brethi tr. "will be punctual, a* l?s\
ness of importar - 'til occupy th tit-attention.
By order of the W. Si.
April 4 1 K. TOZER, gscrataryi
. ' By Jacob Coller*.
WILL be soldi on MO STD A Y neat* th? lOth
inst., et 10 o'clock a. m., on Lincoln ?tree* .
opposite tho Depot oi the South; CStroimi
A variety of FUR?ITfjRk", consisting, of:
Maiiogauy Bedsteads, Wardrobes? t?arble-top
j Bureaus, Washstand- nud Work Tabies; a eour
plete Cottage Chainu : Set, Beds aud Bedding,
?Mahogany Hair-seat Chairs and Sola**, :'ide
board, Card Tables, Bjoek Tia ii ip Bi r ru Car*
pets, Mantel Glr . a Meiodv^n, Wire Sute, iii
YVare, Kitchen Stove, (complete,) v>la;?s ar...
[Crockery Ware, Andirons asid Ecu der*. Tabita,
' Chairs, . diev teiu uew U ndow Shader; one
Wheeler ?? WUso'Sx Sewing Mookine aompleU,
urah NeeeUe*. April 4 3
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CHOICE BRO W
SUPER CAKBOS ATE SODA.
Superior Ja.-. I'Gfct ES- iuipvrtc<l.
Barrel.pritt ?.AB ?
Fresh let Pl M ?A KS.
"? ' ALSO os HJ??D,
BLACK Pl ! . il'.
TOOTH Bit Us:>H Et
SMOKING TOBAt CO, VINE SEGA*BS.
TOILET SO A i\ G CM CAMPHOR. '
Borax, Sal: ( ?tre, Hartshorn.
India Rubber Tobacco llnu.
Pens and Fen Handles.
Mi?tnry and Ag ?tc ilmutit.
Black Sewing ?iik.
Playing. Ci rJa.
Briar Root Pipes.
Writing Py pc t" Envelopes.
I^ad Pencils, , tic. Ac. Apply
A8SKMB LY STREET, V/RsT SIDE.
On-.- door froxaPendhitou street
April 4 I