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AIL Y ??D TRIWEEKLY
udersigned begs to inform thc citizens
Columbia, of Richland district and tlic
Suuth (Jsrotiua at laige, that" he will,
JAY, the lutii instant, commence Me
lication of ile COLUMBIA PiiO?NlX,
ts that this additional contribution to
se? ol public interest w^ili be as grate
8 readers, as be trusts to make it valu
h to them and to himself. Thc tele
f the Associated Press win be regularly
id each morning, as will be. also, ail
of interest received by the mails. The
'ill be delivered regularly to city sub
by fajlhlul carriers. 1 erins $?0 per
rn advance. ?
uesday, Thursday and? Saturday-will
ed to subscribers in the country at (10
t, in advance. No subscription received
iger period than three mouths.
Postmasters are authorized to act ss
and will reserve teu per cent, as com
i. . JULIAN A. SELBY,
g Publisher and Proprietor.
mu, S. c., April 5, looo.
Hoop .Skirts Eepaired.?
tPPLY #r MRS. C. LOOMIS',
?let?n St., Apposite S. C. College Hospital.
4 _ 2*_
?ptoipl Barter! U
subscriber will exchange HIDES and
LT fpr S&LE 'LEATHER and CORN,
able*fcrm? JOHN H. HEISE.
1 ' V [_6*
ubecrib?r, thankful for past patronage
Id intorm'bis friends and the publh
> still .prewired to furnish all kinds o
JASTING in a workmanlike mannet
despatch. iiOB'T MobOCOALL,
. i'fj lz* Gadsden ?ear \V*abbington .st.
By Jacob Cohen.
3 sold, on MONDAY next, the lOtt
.. 10 o'clock a. m., on Li nco i u street
.e thet Depot t ot thc South Carolini
sty of 'PORclITURE, consisting of*
? any Bedstead?, Wardrobes, Uarble-toj
. Washstands and Work Tables; a cea
Oege Chamber Set, Beds and Bedding
.ty Hair-seat Ob?ir* and Solas, Sidt
ard Tables', Block Tin Hip 'Bath, Cat
ute*Ulass, a Melodeon, Wiro Safe, Ti
viieaen Stove,-'(complete^ Glass au
y Ware, Andirons and Penders, Table,
&c; ten new Window shades; On
? Wileen's Sewing JfasAinr eonrplct
.dies,. April ? s
j r J^llK; uiuicr-igiu-.l o\i\-r> lor ?ah? her CUT
tX TAGK lil/i?Silj containing riv? j-ocm^
si'.iiai.??I <?u Suinter stieet. ?fear Lumber. The
house is furnished throughout, and will be Bold
as it stands. Un the ?ut is an excellent well of
water. A bui gain can be obtained.
April 4 8* F. GEESE.
Lead! Lead! *.
MANY persons have thoughtlessly taken'
LEAD from tho lat? Arsenal' her?, nuder
the impression tho?. Ste Government would not
need or claim it. Except iood, nothing is now
sc important to ?ur armies, as all'importations1
j of it are now cut off, and no substitute for it
can be found. 1 therefore respectfully bet ear?
nestly appeal to all ?ho have any of the Lead
lately at the C. S. Arsenal here, to return it to
me at once, for our soldiers will put it to much
better use than citizens can.
April 1 3* J. T. TBEZbVANT, Major, Ac
ALI? ferrymen throughout the District are
respectfully requested to cross no slave
over the river, either by flats or small boats,
without his pass is endorsed by either Mr. J. G.
GIBBES, Capt. JOHN CARSTEN or myself.
ror.rchgQ T. J. GOODWYN, Mayor.
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAROU SI, 186fi.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. -Copy.
JOHN CARSTEN is hereby appointed Aetiog
Provost Marshal of this city until farther
orders. He will be obeyed and respected ac?
cordingly. By order .
. A. F. RUDLER, Col. Comm'dg.
AV. J. MEALING, A. A. MGX_April 4 ?
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFI?J3,
COLDMOU, April 3, 1865.
ANY person* residing in this city/baring
FIRE-ARMS, (muskets or guns,) are re?
quested to hand th ?m m to these headquarters,
as they are to be used for their own protection.
AU muskets giren tosjttizens by the Mayer ara
required to be returned to this office.
A ot il 4 ? JOHN CARSTEN ?A, P. M.
DETACHM'T BUTLtat'S CAV. BRIGADE,
Cn .aLonE, N. a,March M, l?S?.
\ LL absentees from Butler's Cavalry Bri
JCV. gade ar? hereby required to report to me
at chesterville. S C., or to' Capt. ile! VER, ol
Che raw, S. C., without delay. To such ss
report promptly, the ciemeucy offered in the
recent order from Gen. Lee will behextended.
Those who do not ava?! themselves oT this last
opportunity may expect tho extreme.-t penalty
ot ilie miiit?ry law. Tins oruer to remain n
loree ior twenty da^s from this ?tate. By order
B. JL RI'T'LtDGE,
foarcu ?8 Col. Comm d^ Detnchmcut.
Headquarters Mil. Div. of the Wost,
AUGUSTA, MARCH 4, 1865.
SP KOI A J. i-f h rf I? ORDERS NO. 18. '.
:j Kxhact. j
.T -COL. A. F. R?DLER is hereby aligned
X* as Commandant of tb? Post at ?Joiumbia.
* *? * * *
Byeommand Geo. BEAUREGARD.
Offioial: GEO. V7. D?KNT, Col. and A.'?. vi
' HEADQUARTERS, COLUMBIA. &
March 15. load. .
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 1.
Ia oDcdisuce to the abu ve order, I kereb/
assume comni.tud of this Post.
By order of A. ? RUDLER,
W. J. MkALixo, A. A. A G. march ai
COLUMBIA, a. C., MAKCII ?0,
SPECIAL UULTER NO -
IAUi olhceia aud tuen nov/ in iii.- ? .
. "who are unattached, iv iii repui t Lo ?.>
beadq arters for organization a.- ?V-i : -
ll. Detailed men who are -unas3;b.;eJ ?
required? to report ut these Ueadqt.-ifie: : >,
assignment to duty without delay.
lil. Tb? police and citizens generally < '
requested to ?id-in the arrest of absent?-?* atv
deserters. By order of A. R RUDLEix..
W. J. MEAUNS, A. A. A. G. marna si
Tib Stato of South Carolina.
COLOMBIA, March 27, 186?.
THE invasion of the State hai ?rendered it
proper that the Legislative Department of
the Government of the Staten should ba con?
vened, that ?nell measures may be adopted as
I the welfare of the State may require. And for
I that purpose, the members of the Senate and
j the f louse of Representatives of the' State of
South Carolina are hereby invited to assemble
I at Greenvi1!?, on TUESDAY, the 2?th day ol
Apri!,!186?, at 12 o'clock m.
By th.. Governor: A. G. MAGRATH.
Official: W. S. Ei.ttoTT, Private Secretary.
' jg!'" AH papers iu-lhe ?tate will copy uaw?
thc tn?c for th? meeting of the Legislator*.