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B.HPORT3 OF* ?RESS ASSOCIATION.
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1803* by J". 5. Thrasher, ia thc Clerk's O?ce of
thi District Court of thc Confederate States J'o r
the Northern District of Georgia.
Interesting from? Virginia.
LEE AID WOT Fpffifi DAILY!
Rumored ifpeacfi Recognition/
Y A. SK KISS CS EASY ABOUT. A FOREIGN WAU. I
DAN'VIM.I:, April 9.-Gen. Lee hns moved te
the vicinity.ol" FarinvUlo,-followed by Grant-|
ligating daily. .There was heavy fighting .on
Thursday; no particulars. The. enemy have
established a hospital at the Junction,_where
tuero is a large number of their wounded.
Xheir loss w;v* very.heavy in the late tights
They are not approaching this way on the line
ot ibo Richmond'and Danville Railroad, com - j
uiuntcatton being still open to Keyaville.
A wounded soldier, who escaped from the
enemy, says they are uneasy about a foreign
war. It is reported that a courier from the
army brings news; that the New York Herald
says Emperor Napoleon recognized this Govern- '
ment on the otb oV March.
A column of cavalry is reported at Henry
Court House, thirty-eight miles from Danville;
probably. Stoneman. A ?kirnjish took place
near there on Saturday, without results.
A column of thc enemy is reported near
Poisons coming from Richmond confirm the
burnin ; and say the enemy treated the blacks
To nip Fai3Ni>3 or SOUUERS IS GENERAL J. E.
JOHNSTON'S ARMY.-A regular postmaster having
, been appointed to serve in this army.-thc better
to facilitate the delivery of maila,'parti*? writ?
ing to ofSfcra or soldiers cf thia command will
b'" particular to give us address, the company,
regiment, brigade br staff on whieb they may
b"- serving, and say "Johnston's) Army" aa "des?
A LL persons'having doronnd.; .? lin
1\. late SAMUEL. W. DI BBL: v. : -mme
diately present them, .duly e : ?id : i; to
April ll 1* W."jASPLtt Bit: iii 13.
Columbia, S. O. April 7, 1605.
A LL persons having demands against th
JE\. estate of Mia. H. SI. BIBBLE, d c asad
will present their account.;, ditly ? , in;
mediste!? to \V. JASPER Di li BL
. . Ait/y ?,f Ex / Kitat.'! Mrs. H. ll. :. .
Columbia. AprilI, 1805. April !1 !
Wanted to PnfchaSsT ~
..~rdt A HORSE or MULL", for ~ ' .
y.<Tn. visions will be ?Xe*..?a; ? ..
this ottice._ _ ip: ri -i :
AST person having in their posse sio
BOOKS cou? a inj og my na?he, w ill be
ably rewarded on leavii g theta at thc store i
Mr. J. G-. Qibbes, ut F?ov. Mr, Shnnd's, in t?i
College Campus; or r.t Mrs. S. I'. ?libba ', r
Seuate. street. Parties ill-confera"":i . ., . ii
by inquiring cf their negroes. Any ii .. rm
tien, und even edd volumes', will br gr; i< ful
tseoived. A special reward will bs given .
2d vol. Carybeatfa and Howson's Bifo ic
Epistle? ol' St. Paul, for Lightfoot'* \Y.il..,
vol. fol., a:?'! fer my la>?;-^ priul Greek Test
cae at and Crudea's Conoeidt j .
April ll 1* ROBER'!.' tfilSO?f.
JUST KECEIVEB j
FOR 6.U.E AT ? I
ii, SOLOMON S S i ORE,
QAA LB9. primo LARD.
eJV'U- BACON, FL'JUR, MEAL and MO
LASSES. _ . _ _April US
JUST feOi?lf E^"OKf 'CONSIGNMENT
ANO FOR S\T.E BY *
TWO HUNDRED pair COTTON CA-RDS.
"5U0 lbs. fino SMOKING TOBACCO.
25 boxes fine CHEWING
JUST received a fresh and seleet supply of
CR ?A M TARTAR.
CRUDE BRIM STONE.
R EFI NED B RI MSTON E.
loin DE POTASSIUM.
RH L" 13 A RB.
Cil LOU ATI ' POTASH.
TART. EMETIC. *
SYRUP ?P RC AC.
HI YB BY FfU P. . .
C '. ?TOR Ol it.
TIN OT. [RON. *
SPIRITS J; \RTSIiOItN;
'I- [CIS L
DRESSING COMB -.
Pi N -
HAIR PIN '.
El'Y FLO PE-i.
JcarMstti 'd ?ok?s;? Tob; -
SMOKING TOJi W> 0 .'.li A Kp H
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r.a.":!-- aael U "?atle-men's ?",3.... >
T.'iwi'ier vii:: .i :;. o* ?r .aiment <
(300D3, V>r s-::, >.;..:. quj'.?tv. .?.i-i l'POVl
SlC!;S_!ill for m<1* UToV AS'PO S'BLJ"! ...
ASSEMBLA' STREET, WE?? SbO-:,
Que fi?.' ;. fr. m P< r.dlctoir . I. ..<.:.
Anni ll ry
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JL one fn?.r iv ?..-v. <
l.hirei .l.ior Weet-of G.,d-d
,| P.' ILLcov.?irino io ali
RE, MER' !f \"NI?l>?E. iL- "AL .V. : /
?.r? STCCXS, at PiP ute *ala :. : I ??: .' c .i; .
Liberal i'lvaftf*' made upon :.ii :>r,: .' i c.-vi
. ' r eal?*** For it-- present, cpplv at ."
reshlonce, V?rH/<- street.
Orders, left vfil'i X'r. D. C. PEIXOTT??
Mr. Wult?r's ivshianco, aost to Suivtr ilou
will bo prom p-Iv t (ec??e?i io.
Anr.'l? *RAN'CIS LANCE
Strong 3fare, Saddles, ?fcc.
By Thos. W. Mordecai.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at ray mart, Bede)!'??
land, opposite headquarters, 1 will-sell,
A strong and Handsome .Mare.
Two Saddle and any other property entered
up to sale hour. Gold and Silver Coin baucht
.ad sold at private or public sale to suit parties.
AprilTl _ 1*
Hand.--.ne Jious ..old Jt\rnit>trc, etc.
* By L. T. Levin.
JOS. SAMSON, AUCTIONEER..
Will bc sold, THIS (Tuesday) MORN ING. 11th
iiiPtant. ut 10 o'clock, opposite Dr. Geiger's
office, tb- following articles ot l b R NITL RE:
*" A very elegant sett of Furniture, viz: Marble
Top Bur. aus. "
, Do. Side Bonni,
Do. Centre Table.
Mahogany Carved Wardrobes.
" " French Bedstead. ?.
China Ornaments, and various other, articles, "
Terms on da^of sale. April ll
Furniture Sitie. ?
By F. Lance? *
I will sell, TO MORROW (Wednesday) MORN?
ING, nt 10 o'clock, on Lady street, opposite
the G aa House,
The entireHousehold Furniture, parties leav?
ing the city. Bedsteads, Sofas, Crib, Ottomans,
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Work Tables^ Presses,
Glasses, Bras; Kettles, Easy Chairs, Candle
stnuds, Feather Beds, Shades, Mattresses, Car?
peta,.and many other articles.
Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen Utensils,
ito. Terms cash. April ll ?
B-ink Shares <tnd Sou'! wstern Railroad Stocks.
Ey Thos. W. Mordecai.
r|"\IIE!o- of 1.<>00 shared of the above socuri
?L -ties Lwithdraw from auction sale, but in?
vite bids by private contract for all or any of
them, in *U!.i?*?to suit purchaser.?. Apply to
LT'lOS. .. . MORDECAI, "Auctioneer, Broker
ut t . *. uni - 'a lier chanty at mart on Bedell's
un':, opp -'A - headquarters. April ll 1*.
_ V. 4|.t-.? io r ut, a good DWELLING._ _?
" - A Card." .
r j"*; IE .-ubaeriber having returned to the city,
3. \ resume thc Aucjtiou and Commission
, ..?. i would respectfully solicit ? eoa
;.:tin ol the patronage formerly bestowed
?.:; . ii ? - it. Orders? left at the residenceof tba
- : r, Washington street, or J^scfih Sam
? i . .;.*.. ..i , Richardson* street, (Mayrabila
liol - . ii'v>ji State House,) will be promptly
ut en !e > t.*. . - L. T. LEVIN.
An.ij Bi _ t
. . Headquarters.
- COLE M BIA, S. C., Aran, 8, 18?5.
LL . iii? , rs en P?*t Duty at this^place will
l\. i i ik? :-. report r.o these Headquarters of all
m .. ?.el" rio their respectif departments,
wi ... utl'.?ed to draw rations at this post.
A ? .- .vi ion returnsnin3tbc made out at the
de, ar M ...?it? and approved at these Headquar
A. F. RUDLER, Col. Coni'dg. "
W, .1 Slt-.M.i: A. A. A. G. . Apv? 10_
Gool Garden Spot for Rent.
j M il"; . fair proportion of the CROP, 1 will
fl' three or four a?r;s of the Arsenal
: nil ', leir the Greenville Railroad. The
? i ,, i i ? constat of corn, peas, potatoes. The
?.ti? swell enclosed, and having a stream of
w.tte. running 'brough it, may be u#cd as^
.oed pas'.m c. after the crop is gather?d.
n epril 8 fl J. T. TREZEVANT.