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.r.. D., Cqdmbiz, is ififotmed' that we
have not a Co!py, of GPx,, .rohnston 'S Report on
hand. The supply NOUt.
epped to our 6&e
yestedsy marn'ng and apropriated ari exebhangce
PaPer lYing r the table too.his own u<-e, while.
we we"- for a roment absent isn an mitigated
piier small thftis,iiand we ould dislike
t trust-im with aything valuable.. The los
to .sf Athe paperwa mostinretis.
Prae f Tesaw.
Liet. ol.HENY:beare of despatches o..
Th n-Miss ipi separtmeut passed hredg'
town Testerday , on .hisp waiy to Augusta,' He
goe to stay frther offensit hperations. 06i.
sas that the preliminaribef *peace7- han be n
agroe- upon between Genera.J.ohnstonvand,Gen.'
eialGMnt -that the term*ae, understood, to
-rn to the Union wihththe oldstatm o tateOs
-Wavery to. be left to the'ote 'of -the soxithe
LitA. AN e president to be elected. This is
nhan slly undeirstood,nd- p masg from.
t t McF., who claims kin o "reiale," sayz
goetGo tBrown, of Geori derins. late-. raid
-of,ss to pre n, tw briWjae of mia
ealb4ito the tenemy's, h2 plsed he:o-ina a
etnpty-oVtten warehouse and settfire, to the
bWiding. Eaeh man being,provided- wiar forty
raudsof earitdge, of co rie there was aex
%loplovs.Ad thewhole p ent up, thus preed hi
enting the disgr that would have attached
Scapt re CF,. W. sgyas he*inad it from spe
t uor prevent Yeseriday.fmlii
-lis orrrenrumored that terms foreac
'have bee ared s and et rention
"pIothe baits wol atwe u,thspe
Aentn 'the i e that. itd be,Presq.dent
nud'.5Jrast, ViePeiae ofte covaoli
g. oTejnt' rmf d that to for ped
down toeu aotree ordine thn d t en,truhile
potsgar tpe Lree aiaeestiet
ComGin 3 nt&s eat this sadow hbef.ore?l~
dpiitwn taborcedu o'ielad 5the game
tmektof dei*sasia inesto andh.pay t -~ ers
-0 ofi adt ot enmieem to ifrg rantag boe
th-origtban a tben annoyae,fonrthe
* wa.mpg ivnts c as i 'owthe orey c -d
- hFrlydadtgetLn to oe righ uerii~ our
apidowe and eoe thexdooi, tpay t,e amit
loud shouting, swearing and every imaginablIe
- noise, to annoy and woriy us While at work. It
*is almost next to impossibla tblione's though;ts
upouauy kind of buiness, fr-atthe nost pi
dieslai point,~ ? yeflUs heafd eignii to thatowt
wasmnhes, and knucks kei
. .ita?It is horrible. .In tedrCiwe, besepsh, he]
boy population, whose amelewms 1egiox o pielr
:another spot for indk1a, or wE will. be fored
some day to'rmi ddiwr-ang auss o,ur knucks on1
their eraniums. Moiternifaibers of, perhAps
somiej'uture president -of tdBed%eracy; gre
appeal to you to keep your- ~Vfois at hoie,
and not let them prowl about at wi' to the an-.
* oayance of guiet 4olks.
All persons. who wish to recover any captote
.animals or vebicles, must take Itb oath, ad
swear' to ha,re been ]oyal daying the war to the]
United States Government...
Parties bringing-goods; into Charleston ust
register, under-the penalty of confiscation.
* -All buildings, lands.and tenements owteed by
* persons who hare tailsd to comply - e~ith Lin
coln's proclam~ation of Decemberj 8, 71964, -and
.whe are 35jsent from the city, are t ken posses
* sion of by an agent of the Treasury Department
and ellimed as abandongd property. All occa
- pants af auch property mxust ,report to the re
gistry oficee, and all rents must.be paid to the
United States agents.
Th.e -ankees -have established a negro re
* - - cruiting of.fice at Summierville, twrenty-two miles
above CTharleston. and a negro brigadegarisons
Enjoy- the glory a the sun, and -rot' put
nata your -eres by t -y ing to count the spots
"7te~Ir of the, D6at -of.
rqut's, MILITART DIN v F T-Miss.
i the Field, Ralegh, pri 17 1865..
The Generl commandingannonnces with Pain
and sorrow, ta on the evening of the Ith inst.,
it the'theatre in.WaShin~gto City hisEitelleny,
ihe Presideit-of the Unitid Stala, Mr. Lincoln,.
was assasi.iaed by one who uttered the. State
motto of Virgina. At the same 'ti ie, the Sec
ratary of State, Mr. 'erard,whilst suffeini from
a .roken ar Ins also stabbed by another m'ur
derer in-his own house, bt sill siftrives, and
his son was Wonnded, stigosed fatallv.
It is beliej;ed,jy persons capable of judging,
that other hig eieers were designed. to share
the same'fate. Thus it seems that our. enemy-,
despairing f meeting us in manly warfar, be
gins to resort to the assassirls tools Your Gen
eral does not- wish you to infer, that this is uni
Yersal, for he knows that the great- mass. ofALle
Confederate armY would scorn to sanction such
act but he believes' it the lgitimate. conse
penec ot rebellion - against rightful atbority.
We hamve et every ph'ase which this war h1s
assumed aid nwst now be preparedTor it .in its
last.andworst'-shape, that of ssssins and guer
rillas; but woeA unto the people wbo,ek to ex
pend thcir Wild passions in *iuch 's Manner, for
there nisbut one'dread result
y order of
Maj Gen. W. T. SERvAi.
Is M. Dayton, Maj.. and Asst. .Adjt. Gen'l
The latest Nashville and- Chatanooga papers
received through the lines confain Idi' r.nd inter,
ig partkulars of the tragedv a igh. life,
hich recently. occurred in Washington City, rc
snWug in the death 6f President Lincoln and
yt-appears that 6n the evening of the 11th
ineoln, much against his wJ1, was persuaded o
viit the thea4tre. iu. the Federal' capittL, whee
was to be tepresented a popular piece, ftitled
"Our American- Cousin."' Hc odcp04d se ugual
on such occasions a private box, accon1panred by
his 'Wife.' Tie re.preseitation had hardly' -egu1n,
whna pistol si.t was.heard;abut thne noise crea
ed ro stii inthed.rge sassemblage, an~d *no ex
citeigttwas ma.ni. s -util air. above the Ifum
and bezoathe mans-weiced multitude, came2the
-reams and cr'esof Mrs..Linicoln.
Immediately a nan juinPed tr'om thse box in
rot of the fobot tigte, brandiishing a daiggr,
4eaped I' .The cow-d, as iFpenic-st gken, oF~
fered no, obstacle to thc egriss of the author ot
his doghbtideed, sud3ue esespes -
G3ea& efiamtnient'pevited whentbetAture.of
the trot$* was ufldatood. Uikeln was
sot aroug the :ead suvived ttinekt day.
.Oboat the- same .hobr this little d..apnattic .pee
tacd, not annouased ii)the.i, was benr
sente'd at the theatre, a gentleirangealled. af the
deuece of Mr. Sewat, sud -ealed. for the right
honorable Secretary. The,aervant ,r.esponded to
the belf:stating ithat -his faster was sick, imd had
mjs e.nnY. e eibletran persistedgata
1iI1;II 6 Th~ad a preserptidn'from an mineiet
siat Washinigtes ang muit see: hiii,
Althis juncture, r. F. W.pyrd abgeared
upon the geene~, and deni~4efh oraduission.
Some little jiaileying ensuedf*hen the.-un*lcome
VSitr- strie 6ugSewftd OVre0 fl
a Ilwigeon, bi4t
He imrnedit A ased kroo h thihe n
entered the toon ofLSecretary Seward:.Ig ti
aprtment there etwce collected fire gentlemien,
~ineiding -the, ,Paymaster.Gen-eral of- the-Army.
The visitor did. not stop to esxpTain his business,
but app'oached the. bed upbn which Seward was
reposm, and cn*A bis throat. Ageneral melee
ten ensued,In which. a Mr. Hansanll ivas also
led.Z-Aupftsta Cons tUutondist.
-There is great dejoidang throughoint t.he orth.
*iashington dispatches say that the ar is over.
In New York there wtere continuous firing of. s
-lutes,-.dnd, n Ehiladefphia, large prees ens pa
ra'ded the-street., locomotives whistled; - ie ina
dependence Bell was ryng, -With- piher.* mn
strations In ,Bah,imore, theMlayor cau'ed the
ells .to be runz.I In Cincinriatti, the're was a
-genera! s.uspension of busnaesi, and t-grand dis
play of fireworks in the evexning.
If The -city of Raleigh is now -Neupied by
Shernian's triaefs. -We can hear nothing eon
cerning Operations in that direcgon, as we have
roeieved but one newspaper fromt kast of -Char
lotte in 20) divs.
A Yankee correspondent says that #t(fagden,
S. C., in a newly made. -grave in the bliLrg
ground; was fornid qver-sixty thoan da -dolk r3
a* tKfrhe 1'e dett~ t t ~te~ a onej
4ne Aich hagnerea e at
sex'ha too aceutee an whit co
ifitates a man veneed; o n
poidt. The maimedp - ee,
themrof -an. untnaimed soul; dia herdini a d
unselfishness that Cun Makera*.1! .withone
arm a better,protector*fund onegniil
thrbnghT1fe than many men who at al :rng
and leg. A half a man, 'W. ba _ los
other half in battle, is entitledUtoa etter Wfl
in the shape ot a wife andhe ill get,
aganst allprisa s Even if he is~a can
for office, he will run 5etter.dn ope' fleg than
-other men on two.. (6one bt soldiets need
expect to fiave any chi -hedcfei.Anither n
politics or love, Agrey'eoatis the sjmbol of
all that is noble in the hu'maneat, llnd-then
ever it u-akes its sppearancen theb est -& lace
brotdcloth will be left inihte colW len('rey
Coat, with or without armsior, rlgejatnons&
mali f'rtress after the -war, the alof fag
will be displayed for the first titri, &nd cdisek
tiiou, s'ijugation~ unconditional submission, be
grted without a murmur.
eTh best hisfory of' the feit r that
1as'been, orver will be, writ -As already
penoed. -tidl e-fdand in .'the newspapers
of -the Cohfedeev Anyb man who hs - a
coiplete fileofnygodnew * spor that' hA
been pubishdb trrupt dring th#
*ar, has the best andros coqplete *history
o. the rev'61uUion that.il e be W rite4
Hi owns- an' inaluable,ict
Wwhich-will serve to tee 0ot y
the great events thit occn 6o "n-i'
f this u raled war bt t aff4.'keri a
narrative re intenseyl neti n then any
ronance tbat was eveiewrtten. " epha
littleonpo-tancois attached t-: newspape4
by innny people L rlio*Wiia'
as lightly as a squeezed
A letter before us Mates, th n hikasa
courit'y; Mississipp'i, within thirteu nuleabf .West
oini ~fcfy thousand- -bushels of ornnay be
bough .for one. ddlir anid fiftj ensa bushe
The Government -t6ek is being>feon th s
-tena, and plenty abodnas undisturbd
UNGMLES will be. cxhange for .M7
Y TON, NEGROES or CONEWD ,TV,
Apply6 T. D. Davis, at tlp DeO, W
Dd6. .at 'Newberry, or A. BI Oee at
'April 26,'17-t .
- BA'TALLoN SlATE ADETS.
4iRAN1;F.,S. C. A ll ISM.
SPECIAiL ORDERiK. .
LL membersLfCo mpanies
a hof his attalion, i a
from. their coniienies wibout tIheE
fadquariers, af1 ordered t
~delay tOCART7B S. TiI O $A i
S *, atGreilt4#,'S:f. "
ApMrY.27Y, 7- d Liu.antt. .
1B.AWAT S~ respect(ully ofr ka
profe*ssiongl serviced q odhefecz.es.
He eat bieseat the residene~e qWis A
K ' 'W3ted to lIr~
AWOMAN to do the wok 'of- saiaU toy.
--'or whoa god wakes will b& iven. p
ply at'this offie.
Apr 22, 15-St.
ADtrrn & IKSPECToSO gzu'
Generl :The fl~,~~ ouna ti Soith
Llarolina Regiments ofvae ~ t~nI'
jBettalion, have be'eMety tej
Bria-de by theyWay De
polmed to commnan:d i~ ~~ ;
V &fore entedin y k jt
and Inspector Gess
reed to South C}
thl!ta'te as nay i~eeespry to Ie4temetn
. hhtey have been assemnble4, you will take
charge of thenr and .report, without delayr to
Gen. J. E..Jobhston for dut,v.
I ' Geera, ery respecuy,',
JOHN W. RIELY, Maj. dudAi.
CHESTKRTLL, S. C., A pril lS,' l866,.:2
The men belonging to the above 'eomrmidq
now hn South Carolina, who^ cannot go forwa#di
'sooner, will meet me.at Union, 0. HI., on dr be
fore the 1st )[ay, proL, prepared o i-eport as
Those, not of the-command, who have attained
th, ag'e of 18, on obtaining the consen :of the
Getieral commanding Reserve Ferce, of- BSoi,
Carolina, 'will be.received with. the prilvilege of
seiecinxg .their companies and regiments.,
'Afl cavalry of Gen. J. E. Johnszdn's:army, who
cannot go forward sogner, wit be teneived until
1they cao.joi their respeetive commands.
C0lpt Wmn. F. Natice, Assistant A djtstant Gene
ral, who is under orders to report to G.en!. John
stdn, will act onder my orders until I shall ojoin
General Johnston's army, under the above -in-'
StrDctiln8 of~the:A djutatit andJaspector General.
All orders signed by him willt be obeyed.
Ar'. 2, M. L. BONHAM,
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