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ILL bc lound un Gates street, three doors
be.ow Lady street. April 6 5* ?
House and Furniture for Sale.
THE undersigued ?fters ?or sale ber COT?
TAGE MoUeE, containing fire rooina,
si: UHicd ou S umtej^ street, aver Lumber. Tb-e
house is furnished throughou', and will be sold
as it si ands. On tue lot is au ? scellent well of
Vater. A bargain can bs obtained.
April 4 3*_F. GEESE.
MA .NY persuua nave thoughtlessly Jaken
btAl> iruui the'isle Amenai here, under
lue impression mai lUe GuVerutUwDt WoulU not
Deed or claim lt r.xccpl lood, malling is now
so importauL lo our armies, aa all importations
ot it are uowteul otf, una' no suosluule for it
eau Oe found. 1 lUerelure respecituliy but ear?
nestly appeal lo ali wu*luv?, any ol the Lead j
litieiy al tile C. S. Arsenal here, to return it to
ni? al once, tor our soldiers will pul it to much *
better use mun citizens can.
* April 4 3* J. T. liti.Z..V .\:iT, Major, <tc.
Notice is Hereby Given
'"I^hlAT turee mullina aller puoiicaliou hereof,
JL appncatiuu will iiL.iu.iiie to the Charlotte
aud Cioutli Carolina iOnlrouU Company for the
renewal ol' their lioud .No. 2iS4, lor -foUO, dated j
Columhia, July 20, lb?r.?, signed John A. Brad
ley, Treasurer, iidwifd (i_ Painter, President.4!
Aiso, for the renewal ol their Lund xNo. ?H5. for ]
" $auu, bearing the bite date and signed by the1
same Treasurer a:id Pr- iden;. j
Application wiii mao *** made at the same
timo to the ?outh Carolina Railroad Company
for ttic renewal ol :.lieir l?oml >o. 170, for $?>Uu,
dated Charleston, October 1. IS JO,- aud signed'
J. IC Emery, Secretara*, Jol.n Caldwell, Preei- j
dent. Tbc lo.egoiug oouds are my property,
and were stolen <a- destroyed by the en erny j
during their recent sack ot Cotuinoia.
April 4 m*2* EUBK^i_IN". LEWIS.
Pictorial and Gift Books.
ASMALL collection- ot i'iOTOiUAL and
GIFT BOOKS, beautilu:;y illustrated,
suitable as mementoes of irieuosiiip and lUfec
tion aud as rewards ot merit au<i excellent in
academies, including the. v. nti..gs of some wt
the moat lainous poets^ Asj ly tl this ofiloe.
''FUIE subscribeiVtusukfui for past patroaages
JL would iiitotm his friends and the publie
that be is?slill prepared-to furn nb all kinds of
BKA?S CASTIJSU ia a workmanlike manner
and with despatch. HOBT !Uol5ol!GAi*b?
asaren att Li* Gadsden near Wushingtoa st.
AFEW bottles of unoorrbsive WEFTING |
INK, fer sale at this ?fier, marok tl
ALL ferrjinnn iheooghout! thc District ?re
respite tia) ir requested v> cross no ?lave
over the river, either by fiats' or siuail boats,
without his pass is emh'i svil hy .?ither'Mr. J. G.
GIBBES, CfcpL JOHN L ALsTLiN or myself.
march SO ??J, HOUP WYN, Mayor.
COLUMBIA, S. C. MAQCH 31, 1865.
SPECIAL ORDER NO -Copy.
JOHN ?AKSl'EN ie hereby appointed Acting
Provost Marshal of this city anti! farther
orders. He will'be obeyed and respected ac?
cordingly. By order .
A. Fi KCDLER, Col. Comm'dg.
W. -T. Msaa-mo. A. A. A. G. April 4
DETACHMT BUTLtK'S CAV. BRIGADE,
CH-KLOTTK, N. C., March 23, 1866.
ALL absentees from Butlers Cavalry-Bri.
gade are hereby required to report to me*
at chesterville, C., or to Capt. AiclVER, at
Cheraw, S. C., without delay. To such as
report promptly, the clemency off-red iu the
recant order fruin Ueu. Lee will be extended.
Those who da not avail themselves of this lasf
opportunity may. expect the extremest penalty
ot the military law. This order to remain u
force for twenty.dava from this date By order
, -, B. IL RUTLEDGE,
march "iS Cel. Comrn 'dg Detachment.
It. J. GOODWYN, Mayor of the city of
a Columbia, i*>."C?, call earnestly upon the
cu.zens to aid the municipal authorities in the
'preservation of order, ?pes?e and law. The
laws made and provided for their maintenance
will be strictly enforced. It is, therefore, ear?
nestly requested- that any and every encroach
i meut be promptly reported to the * proper
I officers, lt ia a source of deep regret to tbs
executive that a laxity of morals exists among
some portions of our inhabitants, inasmncfc as
they are daily trespassing on the rights of
others. Whose en cl usures are not seenre by pro?
per fencing; also, on the shade trees on thc pub?
lic streets. The law in these instances, as well
as all laws for the protection of publie and pri
I vate property, will be enforced.
It has alto been reported that parties are
' bringing into the city spirituous liquors for sale.
! It is much to bc deprecated that nus source of 1
traiiic should extat at such a time, when our
inhabitant? stand m. daily want of food. Se?
vere measures against the retailing Of liquors
taust be resorted to, in order to stop th? spread
ot this grievous evil; trusting on an All-wise
Providence to sustaiin me in this our time ol
sffltistinn. snd relying on all good citizens to
natist thc authorities in main tai nmg order in
o ar city.
. Given under my hand, this fourth day of
April, 1866. , T. J. GOODWYN.
April ? i
Headqdfoters BLii Div. of the West,^
. ' AUGUSTA, MASCH 4, ISM*
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 18. ~
* ? * . * *>.
ICOL:' A. F. RUDLER ts hareby assigned
. asX'oinmandanrof the Pott at Ceiuinbia,
?. C. *' *
? * . m ^ ? ?'
By command Cen. BEAUREGARD.
Official: G so. W. Basar, Col. and A. A. G. .
HEADQUARTERS, Coumfu. S. O,
Marah 15, 18*5.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. h
In oocdteiice to ttte aouve-ordsr, I herebf ?
assume corauntud of th is^Post.
By order of A. F. R?DLER,
% Colonel Commanding.
W. J. M SALISH, A. A. A. G. march 21
COLUMBIA, ft. O., MAiicH "20, 18*6.
SP SCI A L ORDER NO -. y
IALt orb eu i s and men now in the city
e Who tire unattached, will report te the?,
headq art-is .for organisation aa eduard tar
.p6et ??y. _ ?
ll. D?iailed men who-arc ansssigned are
required to report at these headquarters for
assid?ment to duty without delay. i.
in. The polio? and citizens generally ere
requested lo aid m the arrest of abeeuUtea and
deserters. By order ef A. F. RUDLER,
W. J. MKALI.NO. A. A. A. G. march ?tl
The State of South parolina.
? EXECUTIVE DrfPART34TKK-J,
Countrou, March??; 1865* .
THE invjuion of the State h?a rendersi if
proper that the Lisrisiative Dcpartmej^ot
the Government of ' > State should be Jeba
veDed, that such me i ?ares moy bc adopt j?L??
the welfare of the Stale ?jay require. An-pW?r
ihat purpose, the Tnembe-s'of the Senatei sad
the House of-Representa, ives .ot the Stn** of
South Carolina arc herebv invited to assemble
at Greenville, on TUESDAY, the 25th day ?f
Apr il, 1865, at It?'?Yloek m.
By the Governor; A. 6. M \GRAfH
Ofljcial: W. S. EALIOTT, Private Secretary.
*April I , .
ffiT All papers in the State will copy 4tkim\
thc tine for isle iccal'irig of ?be L-ig?Jstsrs. .