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Tile oilier **t tlie Votf*ntbi<t ("hrcnix is on j
Galen *???on<l door front Plain. ]
To TBATKLKSS,-?c "beg vto -suggest to tra?
velers about departing from Columbia-, that
tbey would ?onf?ro?i? of^he greatest'of bencj;
fits-upcm a suffering community by communi?
cating their purpose of departure, se:i.M>nably,
to .the Postmaster, Mr. Class. ort? Capt. Stan?
ley, at thc Guard House; especially when they
designio ta-avel in^hose directions upon which
there isas yet no mail linc established. - Many a
r?fugee would desire to transmit to friends and
relatives intelligence ot his situation, and
through this medium convey thc knowledge ot
his need, for which his kindred and friends
may find relief. Will the considerate and
humaue wayfarer reflect upon this suggestion,
and afford the desired facilities to those who
remain in exile! ? -
*PAT-DAI" OK THK NATI?1.-The Yankee Se?
nate have, by solemn resolution, declared tii.it
they will never, never, never pay the" debt o*
the Confederate States. The;,-' might have
added, with equal solemnity, the resolution
never to.pay their own. The blue backs "hud
green-backs stand very equal chances in the
coming round of the national pay day, and
Confederate notes, on the attainment of our
independence, tri// be paid, wheu the green?
backs, in that event, nc ctr can be. IFa shall thea
h&ve the means, but Yankeedom not. It is to
(paka, us pay their debt that they are now
Jjgrfe Emperor Napoleon, who was known aa a
clever author long before he became an Empe?
ror, has just published the first volume ?? e
lile of Julius Cir sar, in a sumptuous quarto. Il
is illustrated by a portrait of the great Roman,
bo whom, we are told, the flattering skill of th*
artistries enabled him to give-a strong family
reaemblanca to. Napoleon. We shall be curio ui
Lo stndy the likeness and read the work.
CHATEAUX IN SPAIN.-The land's of Ahe*South
ten States arc duly? mapped and offered foi
?ale at auction in New York. The purchaser!
will locate, no doubt, in nubibut, rather thar
in Mississippi. .They wiU' buy-^'ai??o? emptor
,he pig in the poke: To?guarautcc the buyer,
Lincoln will be requireS'to furnish an army o
bayoneta for the covering of every hen-coop.
Alfred Manigault,*a native of .charleston, o
lie 4th South Carolina Cavalry, di?i reCeutK
it W?mwborO, in hie tweatry-fifih year. " ?*? '
TUE subscriber wit! es&aifge HIDES ami
SALT for SOLE LEATHER.and CORN,
ou favorable teriiu. JOHN ll. liElSE.
ApriJ 1 , , . . -.ft*
ALONZO REESE b.-irs leave to inform Iiis
friends and pot.ronsHhat he lias opcnei? a
Barber Shop at thc corner of Assembly rind j
Medium st-rects, where he would be -pleased jto
COT, SUAVE and SHAMPOON. Terms mode
tfte._' April 1 1*
/ ? .- .,- . ,
. ' . ( Stolen,
FROM my loir opposite the Presbyterian
Church, a huco MAHOGANY BINING
TABLE and a WASH-POT- A suitable reward i
will bs paid to any one who will gi^o. iuforrno
tion lo lead to their recovery.
April 1 3*_ ANDREW CRAWFORD.
. * ,Lo:t.
AT the Charlotte Depot, a Soldier'aTRUNK,
marked "Lieut, li. H. "Jinwiddie, Lynch
burgVVa." . A liberal reward will be (laid for
it, or for any of the contenta, marked* with tba
I same name, by applviug'lo ?,
I April?! 1" " . " UKV. WM. MARTIN. _
Wheal Flour for ?Sale.
By Thos. W. Mordecai.
BARRELS Prime and some not, so. good, if J
applied f?r a* once. Apply to tn? at or in j
the vicinity of my .wart, near . Headquarters', j
I Bvdell's lands. ' Sold nt private rale.
April I V
By Thoa. W- Mordecai.
Will be solil at auction, nt ll o'clock TO-DAY,
at or rear oiir mart,
Cooking Stove, China, Crockery, tte, <tc.
Any kind ?vf property may be entered for sale
doripg the forenoon._' April i 1*
Wagons supplied with Horses and Moles
PASSAGE wanted towards Ridgeville, S. C.,'
' in well-appointed teams, which will be
bought or chartered for cash, at liberal rates.
Orders left with T. W. MORDECAI, auction
.broker, ami? commission merchant. Apply at
once. - " .
A RESIDENCE/with five or more rooms,
wanted at once, with liberal rent.
April 1 ._j_ -1*
"For Sale or Bent,
- A MAGNIFICENT HOUSE, with all
_^conveniences and stables, outbuildings,
.fte., with a variety of all kinds of FURNI
TURB? COOKING UTENSILS, CROCKERY,
?ta? Tbe house 'witt be rented, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply' lakA. TRACER, end of
Richardson street, close to Frazers new build
-a ? . . ; April 1 2*
A Cf^-SE LB Y resume the exercises of
-tyl'ber ??iyj^L on MONDAY, 3d April.
Lost Silver and 'Jewelry* . "
ATilTMC containing Silver and other afr,
tide* of value, wns.Vft in Columbia att&e
pussniskr depot by Mr. Winthrop, trustee of th?
est?t ?of T. S Buiow. ?lie mo ru fug the ennrhy
entered Colnrubia, .the trunk *?w ??f cv-d J'?***
the contenta divided among, o'?r soldiers,. who
Were then evacuaiiug -tbe x?ty. ?furie tba
jewelry having come recent ?y .t? jght, I'am
encouraged to advertise, in the hopA?>f receiv?
ing some.of the silver. Among tlin^artiolesnot
marked are Several Seal and Dbmdnd Rings; av
Diamond* Breiat-pin, half moor; a Gold Cup,
Spoon and Saucer, in Morocco case; two Cups,
marked ?*T. L.-B." and ' ?? C- B,'* the rest of
the silver, marked "G. L. B.^ui- "Bulow," and
also "M C.B." Any information will be grate?
fully received and a .liberal reward paid fer the
recov'ery- of any of the lost property by. ?
M'; CAROLINE B?LOW,
. , Guardian of T. S. aud T. C. Bulow.
April 1 . -,,_ 2?
The State bf South Caroona.
. Coub?BiA. March 27, 18G3.
THE i?vas:on ~x>f the Stat? has rendered itj
proper tliat the Legislative Department ol
the Government of the-State should be con
vened, that such measures may be adopted ai
the welfare of the Stale *iay require. And foi
that purpose, Ohe members of \hc Senate and
the lion?e of Repre .eniatives oi the State o
South Cai oh na are hereby inv ?-ed to as^einbl
at Greenville, on TUESDAY, tj'a 2oth day o
April, 18ti5, at 12 o'clock ml., J .
- By theaGov?ruof: A.v jfk-,-MAGRATH.
Official: W. S. ELLIOTT, Primate Secretary, .
? . April I ? A .
f^T All papers.in ^he-St ate ?will copy? unti
thc timji for tlttj mee^ng ?f.-the Legislature.
Gold. Silver and Sank Bills Wanted.
XN consequence of many applications, th|
subscriber hereby resumes his business
EXCHANGE BROKER ra all its vario
Branches. -He thanks the psbljc for tkoir p
liberal patronage, and solicite a continuance
the sarae. HENRY ' WILLIS,
. Registered Exchange Broker.
Office for the presen t at his residence on L._
ber streif hsiwaen the. hf arion Street Math
dist Church and Asylum, .. marah 23