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>.<> Iv - ?ar. .Nothing wa* the <.. or ever !
ca'Di i livre lor.us. With snrenipty house, of
course, we :ould do nothing, bo determined,'
fi r? with, io proceed to Liucoiiitoo, North Car
vile re were the restof our family, Six
ie Yorkviile road, we stopped till
kind, good home of Mr._S. Then,
.-.->.. day proceeded on to Yorkviile. Over
: ol on the road no less a personage thau Gen.
?n, who was a few days afterwards,
1 in his command. At Yorkviile,
*i ted ie dear refugee friends; then, after
three :i -.s of miserable r?ad, arrived at Mr.
1' 's fir : night. Seeing nie mueh exhausted,
lie :;? jstess brought me immediately a hot
ol m ee, and sai.I, Oh, how sorry she wa?
foi any oua running from Columbia. Ko
eharg .a usual. Bless these, kind, good peo
pi lot a Yankee never, darken llieir-door?!
The i< <ight, though after a long day's jour
i ey, We .btained lodgings at the tine tutti
bep at i-'illas C- H.; having, however, tor the
tiltil t.nie since we left home, been harshly
spol tia to. It waa by a virago, who fiercely re
: wi ... .et us wearied once come under her
r<-of. i ?ri next after%oou, Tuesday, lacking
im : om iy of a week from th? time we started,
s e irriv d at Lineo luton, where we were motil
r t'turec! ly Welcuin-.d by friends and relatives
[TO BK CONTINUED.J
OJU. os 24TH ?. C. V., GIST'S BRIGIDS,
March 17, 1865.
Bj ' Le return of M.Harris from Camp Chase
ttud < i of the regiment from Rock Island
i lea:- t' the death 'of the following name?
men, ; "- ates of my eoaipany: bid ward Ed
niouddtan, enlieted at Charleston, S., Cf, cap
lui td u . venuesaw Mountain, July 2,186-i, diei
at Roi ! aland; J. E. F. Spell, enlisted at Sura
merv ?lit S. C., captured Joly 2, 1864, at Ken
ocaav . ouutaiu. died at Ruck Island; Wile;
Bonner, enlisted' at Midway, ?S. C., capture!
'??ne 1??, 1864, at Pjne Mountain, died at Ca tn j
Mo r>: Theo. Hamilton, enlisted at Cbarlestoi
S. . tptured July 20, 1864, at Peach Tre
Cr? , lied al Camp Cliase; Pringle Davis, sc
eted Charleston, Sw C., captured at ?asb
v Sb I . nn., December ld, 1864, died at Cam;
Chase. You will please have the above pub
lidt' for the information of the relatives of ih
decoased. ' W. G. HAWKINS,
ISL Lieut. Comm'dg Co. A, 24th S. C. V.
\ _ ?*< ? a- *
A C--doutta correspondent of the Lon do
l?mi. .-. .-aeru that no less than. 60,000 person
lhere lives during a recent ey doon' i
'. .-a .. .
S..c.' It is rumored that tho Yankee
u S. - ii u uah have ordered the expulsion troi
that y of all she families of Conlederat
oil cen uad soldiers who reside there.
Q0?b T?liaferro was shot near Columbas, Ala
by _ artist engaged in hog-stealing. ?Lu wound
ur<? . :?ids'red dangerous, but aeX mortal. .
The office ?f tue Columbia f'houix is on
Gates street, second door from Plain. !
Tmc DAILT 1 HOMI -Kja ?nd alter Monday
next, the loth instant, the Phonix will he
published daily. Subscription price $20 per
month. The paper wilt be promptly delivered
by carriers to cuy subscribers. The tri weekly
editiou will also ba issued for. country circu?
lation, at $10 per month. }
ARRIVALS AND OWAKTURES.-?We propose to
establish a department iu our columns, devoted
to the arrivals of wagons iu aud their de?
parture from Columbia. They unw constitute
our shipping. We request of the proprietors,
or managers of those arriving, to give us the
'requisite iiifoiuiatjtiu, aa to. tao date of their
j arrival, arni the uaiiica of <ueu euuaiguee?. We
extend the same request lo the boat owners,
ll these will au vise us ot the facts, we shall be
glad to report tlieui, tor the bcueht of all par?
ties. Wc ar? also Irequeiitl^ a.-ked us to tile
times wheu the railway engine runs Lo rroau-a
myll. To advise uj ol ail particulars ot tins
sort, may be louud a greal public Ueuetit.
*The*foliowing messages remain ia Sdiiihern
Telegraph Ufhce, uucalled for:
iioro.irt flauatiau, Capt. Winder.
pr/ypAlito LADIES' aud G?.iViL?M?N'?
?\J ?tiu?ti, for sale by il. fOLUAlUN.
April 6_ 1
Bon tis ??u Stock?.
STOLEN, on Ibo night ul the 17Ul February,
jflO.ulIU Coatedeiovte i per cent. bOALtoiriu
biuus ol $i,0ut) each, dated* March 2, Ibo li,
signed by C. A. .Kose, aud uumbered Koa.
20,024, 2U.025, 12,110, 12,109, 12,108, 12,107,
?2.1??, 12,105, 12,101," 12.1UO.
Also, lour Louds, $ l,0u0, 8 per cent.; num?
bera will appear in next notice. *
Also, cue Certificate, 8 per cent., for $100, to
the oruer of 1. if. Mordecai.
Also, 7u shares of Capital Stock of thc' Ex
I change Lu uk of Columoia, S. C., m tac name
j of i. D. Mordecai.
Also, $1,000 in 7.30 Kotes; numbers With the
[Assistant Treusurer, which will tie puutished
All parties are forbidden to trade for the
j above named securities, as application will bo
I made for renew sis of the same.
SI. C. MORDECAI, -
April o th6 Executor 1. U/alordecai.
WANTED to purchase, a modest COTTAGE
suitable for a small lauiily, in a pleasant
( part of tba city. Apply at this office.
ET Tho?. W- Mordecai.
T,HIS MORNING, ut IO o'clock, at my sales
mart, v.. Bedell's land, near headquarter*!, 1
will ?ell. . ,
Furniture, Horses1, and perhaps Mules, Gar
pets, Clothing, Rouse keeping Articles, etc.
? April jg _ 1* *
Auction Hate vf Monk ?Shares and other Securities.
* By Thos. W. Mordecai.
THIS DAY, at ls'o'clock meridian,at my sales jj
mart, on Bed-di's laud, near headquarters, I
m will sell at public outcry,
420 sitares Exchange Bank of Columbia.
24U shares Ferme r s aud Exchange Hank.
124 abares ?tate Hank. ?
1 4? whole shares-South-western Railroad and
. 40 half shares Sosth western Railroad and
4u abares Flamer's Bank of Fairfield*.
Terms-Confederate billa. April * 1* i
. Handsome Furniture. . j
Sy A. E- P&ilips.
ON S ATURDA If, MORNING, otb instant, at 10 |
o'clock, 1 will selb at the bouse on Gates
street, between Ladv and Gervais streets, .?
A variety of HAIIDSO?lE x UKNiriiRE,
consi .ting ofi
Mahogany Wardrobes. " '
*. Bureaus, marble top. S
" Washstands, rnarbie-top. '
" Work Tables, do. Card Tables. \
" Hair seat Chairs.
" " " Rocking Chair.
.*' Bedsteads, b'reueU style. ,
Mattresses, Feather Beds.
China Ric? Dishes. ? ?.
..? Steak " '
" Dinner Platei aud many other arti:
des_April t> 2?
AFEW pounds of SUGAR and COFFEE, for
which COHN, PEAS, B.vCGN and LARD
will 0? exchanged. Appijr at tina office.
C HAINSWORTH, ~ \
ILL be found on Cates street, three doors
be.ow Lady street. April G 6*
Some Pieces o? Silver or Plated .Ware
HAVING come iuto my possession, I am
desirous to lind the lawful owners. In
j order to do so. it becomes necessary to prevent
j error or defeat attempt at fraud. I will for
, these reasons, show the articles to nb one who
j has not previously seut nie, in writing, an acea
rate description of the piece. When the de
scription fails to correspond, the applicant will
j reeetve no answer. The initials ol names eau
easily identify tue owners cf the articles thus
! marked. Address me through the Post O mae.
April? 1*4 J- J- O'CONNELL.