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BY J. A. SELBV. COLUMBIA, S. C.; THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1865. VOL.-L-NO. 107
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. .
TER MS-IN A D V A N C E.
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. Weekly, $1 a square.
, JWSpecial notices 15 cents a line.
Letter from Gen. Ewell," giving his
Reasons for Deserting the Old
A gentleman of St. Paul, (says the
Ploner,) who was formerly a non-com?
missioned officer in General (then
Captain) Ewell's company of the regu?
lar, army wrote u friendly letter to his
old commander, a few weeks ugo, and
has received the following reply, which
he has permitted us to publish on ac?
count of the explanation it affords of
the motive and inducements which led
(.General Ewell to embrace the seces?
sion cause. The letter is as follows:
'POUT WAYXE, N. H., June 13, ISU?.
DEAK Sut: 1 was highly gratified at
the reception of yours of the 30th ult.
Eon", experience has niven me very
different views in regard to the respon?
sibilities-of an officer from those with
. which J. left West Point, where a few
, mathematical formulas, never used af?
terwards, and abstruee branches of
. - science were dwelt upon, to the utter
exclusion of the duties and responsi?
bilities that were to occupy our li\Vs.
' * It is therefore highly gratifying that i
have the testimony of one companion
in arms that 1 made some friends
among the soldiers-a portion of hu?
manity where the treatment of the
best is measured often by what the
worst deserve, and whom it is easier
to govern by the harshest rules than
to take the trouble to discriminate be?
tween good arni hud and to make the
profession easier when possible.
After the time of which you write
my health suffered terribly for years,
not much to the improvement of my
temper, and I remember with regret
much harsh language and conduct to?
wards men who showed themselves
better able to control themselves than
I could control myself. However, I
. .always tried to be just in the long run,
and while, the discipline and good be?
havior of my company was notorious.
1 hope I may say no man was made
worse by service with me, and many
of the boys discharged from ray com?
pany became valuable and industrious
citizens. I never heard of jone turn?
ing out badly during many years in
Kew Mexico, and I learned that kind?
ness gives a far more perfect control
over the human its well as the brutt
? races than harshness and cruelty.
That you may have al little as pos
sible to bc ashamed of serving wit!
me, I will give you a short account o:
how I came into the Southern cause.
I came from Arizona, sick, in th?
spring of 1861, staid in the country
in Virginia, my State, trying to ge
well, and found the war, to my bitte:
regret, .was being started. All tin
highest United States army officer
were resigning, except Gen. Scott
and he published a letter that th?
United Slates would divide, into fou
parts, thus showing that he though
all was over. A United States sem*to
said he would march ?i?Northern reg?
ment to help the South for every on
sent against her. Nothing was don
with either of these men, or with other
whose deeds were treasonable,
member of Congress, from Californio
made a public speech culling upon th
S*mth to resist the. . election of Ml
y|Now 1 found myself forced to figli
against my brothers and all my neuj
cst and dearest relatives-against m
own ??tai.:;, when many abler mon fcha
myself contended slit; was right. E
taking up the side, of tho South I foi
feited a handsome position, fine pa
and the earnings of twenty years har
service. AU the pay I drew in four
years in the South was not as much as
one year's pay in the old army. Thc
greatest political favoritism against
me I ever had was from Mr. Davis j
after the Mexican war.
It is hard to ?.00011111 for my course,
except from a painful sens?; of my duty j
-I say painful, because few were |
more devoted to the cid country than ;
myself; and thc greatest objection I
had to it was my pr?dilection for a
strong one. Now I see persons wdio
did what they could to bring about the
war in high favor in the North, hold?
ing high office. It waa like ?loath to
En route here from New Mexico, in
1861, 1 volunteered my services to
fight the Texans, threatening a United j
States post, and was carotid to do
nothing against the. United States be?
I have asked? to be allowed to taite j
the oath of allegiance ami return to 1
my duties as a citizen. I see, though,
that many persons, active in the first
steps in bringing this war about, are
at liberty, while I am here with no?
very good prospect of getting out;
wdiile my wife is tinder arrest in St.
Louis, and has been since April, but
up to this time has utterly failed even
to find why she is arrested. Neitfer
slie nor myself have the slightest idea
of the ?taus?' of her arrest.
I have given you a l<mg letter alunit
myself because of the friendly tone of
your letter, and because I feel natu?
rally drawn toward those with whom I
have served! 1 remain, very respect?
fully, Ac., It. S. EWELL.
Th? New Orleans" True Delta says it
has been positively ascertained what
j was the fate of the specie .sent away
by the New Orleans banks at the time
I the cit ' was captured by the ?iilon
forres. Immediately upon the surren
! der<>f the Confederate armies, a com
! mission was sent by the hardes into the
I Confederacy to look after, and, if pos?
sible, to secure this money. Tele?
graphic advices have been received
from them which do not leave room to
doubt that the money^vas used by the
rebel authorities prior and at the time
of the grand collapse. It has also
been pretty clearly ascertained that
. lanjrcsums of this money were?appr<)
priated by some high Confederate ?lig
nitaries for their own personal benefit.
There wore about $4,500,000 of this
specie in all, and its loss will prove ti
serious blow to the banks.
Just * Opened,
A T my residence, on Kichland street, ene
/\ door from Bull, next to Capt. Thos. lt..
Wade's, a general assortment of FAMILY
GROCERIES; consisting, in part, of COF?
FEE, SUGAR, TEA, .Vc, which 1 will sell as
low as any other store in Columbia, or ex?
change l'or. Cottony ur other Produce on
reasonable terms. *
Ane-ifl? THOMAS STENHOUSE.
1 Sit? REWARD.
T OST, on the Winnsboro ltyad. from N?d
I Jj son's to Columbia, one red CARPET
I J?AG, containing, fj?sidcs sonic clothing,
j plantation accounts and other pupers of in?
I value whatever t<> any one except the
I owner. The. above reward will bc paid to
any ?mc giving information leading to its
recovery, by Dr. Fintier. Some of the
papers ami letters bear thc name of John
York. _June 31 f3*
(10NTINENTAT *PAPER MONEY, issued
J by Virginia, i orth and South Carolina
and Georgia, during thc Revolution; also,
issues of tia: United Colonies, dated Mav
20, 1777, and April ll, 177S; Autograph Let?
ters of notable men of thc Revolution; Col?
lections of Coins; Hooks printed by li.
Franklin will be purchased at fair prices.
Address ' HENRY A. HORN,
_ August 1 i? BoxJ.:t!)<;. N. Y. P. Q.
< ol 511111.i a Gus Ijiglit < oiiipuiiy.
MEETING OE STOCKHOLDERS.
IN pursuance of tho action of thc Boartl
of Directors, a meeting of the Stock
: ladders of COLUMBIA (JAS LIGHT COM
. PAN Y will take place on MONDAY, August
. 7th, at. the auction room . of Jacob Levin,
i corner of Assemldv and Plain streets, at 10
j o'clock. S. OLIN TALLEY, President.
: i JACOU LKVIX, Secretary. July 31 4|
; .!. X. HOBSON
' HAH RESUMED 'lilli
AT HIS OLD STAND,*
f/i EAST KAY, C&ARLS3STOK, S. C.*
tt?' Particular attention given to the vii'
r" of Cotton, Flour* Corn, etc. ; "and, from hit
belg experience, he feels confident of givinc.
1 general satisfaction. Julv 29 ii*
THF. following gimti?mcn aroroapcctfuUy
suggested as candidates for the Convention
to be held in September mixt:
V. ft. TAYLOh*
W. A. HARRIS,
J. G. GIBBES._.Tidy 31 *
K*r ti??- Convention. j
Thc fri? mis of tb? Union and of their j
Stat?-, desirine to briny into ber councils
practical knowledge, sound patriotism and
devotion to.her best interest?-, respectfully
nominate the following gentlemen as dele?
gates to. thc State Convention from the
Disti ict of Richland:
JOHN" C VT, PW Kl. 1 ,
. WAUK HAMPTON,
A. H. TAYLOR,
AV. A. HARRIS.
August 1* _
W. It. JOHNSTON,
Office on Pit:k<:us afreet E"sl end of Lady.
"CT7TLL attend to all officiai business
VV brought before him: will also attend
to drawing up Deeds, Conveyances, Mort?
gages, Contracts, and other ordinary legal
instruments ot writing. Fair copies*of any
documeut executed with neatness and de?
spatch. . August 1
I Notice-Chn.xitn.ble A.pj?r:il.
' rill IE ladies of thc URSULINE CONVENT
j X. and ACADEMY are anxious to rebuild.
I as speedily as possible, an edifice suitable
j for their Monastery and Institute, theirs
having been burned "in the general ennfta
? gration of Columbia by the United St?tes
? Army, under Gel?. Sherman, on the night of
: February I7tb. ? Ard while thej are far
. from pressing their necessities on* their tv-l
: 1?>u--sufferers of the South, will gratefully
i receive any contributions wjiich the friends
of education ami religion.may devote them
I for this exc ellent work. beniittauvcs may j
? be made, through tin- Express Company. I
1 Please address
THF. MOTHER SUTERIOR, \
i Ursuline Convent, and Aeademv,
C?re Dr. .lohn Lvnch, Columbia, S. C.
i ' t_'
j . -? Oolwml>in. Mille Axurtemy.
I rillTF. exercises fcf this Institution will bo
! 1 resumed On* MONDAY, f he tlth inst.
I Th?! subscribers having ("feen ..?(.".ted jola!,
principals of the above Institution, ret?peet
? fully inform the ?Wpleof the State of South
, Car olina, that a thorough eourse of educa
; tien, beth scientific an I classical, will be
pursued, and that tin; youth of the State ;
who arc placed nuder I heir care, will receive
the bciietits of cai? lol instruction titling. :
them for citly,-;- II mereuiftile or professional
. The year will bc- divided into three, terms,
j The first to commence on die i?st oi .fami
! arv and end on the 81st of April. The*
i ;ee.nut to commence on tin-. 1st of Mav and
Cud on the 81st of August. The third lo
commence on tlx: Is; of September and
j < nd rm thc .",1st of 1 ?ccember.
j There will he three vacations of two
j weeks each.
TiiKTits. TxwMity-live (i2.j) dollars for
1 < ..cb tenn, in specie, cr its equivalent, pay
I able in ??Avance.
! Applications can bc made to cither of the
principals at Columbia. ,
j .T. H. WHITE,
ll. S. THOMPSON.
, Columbia. August 2, LSI!").
! The Trustees of thc Columbia Male
1 Academv congratul?t?1 thu oublie upon the
.accession of Mi.j. .J. Ji. White and ('apt. H.
! S. Thompson, to thc office of principals of
this Institution. Maj. White was Superin?
i tendent nf thc Charleston Citadel Academy
! when it was broken up by the events of thu
' war, and both Cant, 'lhnmpdon and himself
' were Professors ni the Institution. Their
known ability and experience, both in
' teaching and government, promise the best
i results to thc public in their present under
! taking. W. F. D ESAU SSI HUS,
i Aug 2 ws? President Trustees.
I COMMISSION MERCHANT,
! ' TI j-wsT n'A r, m A JU, ES-TON; s. c.,
"ll'TILL giv?? attention to the forwarding
.V> of C< >TTON to New York and luiropf-,
and will receive and forward goods from
I abroad consigned to parties in the interior
of this State. Advances mad* on produce
consigned to ArthurLearv, Esq., New York.
A full stock of GROCERIES always'on hand
, and for salo at the lowest market rates,
f Fay Brothers' SURERTOR FAMILY SOAP,
I in quarter, half and whole boxes, can be
I shipped in anv quantity at factor}' prices,
j July 3113*_
j LARGE AND RECENT ARRIVALS
i LADIES' AP GEM'S SHOES.
i -?JT THE subscriber offers to the public
flin, large and hantlsome assortment of
! ' KLADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S SHOES,
I of tb?: latest styles and qualities, at prices
: ranging from one dollar and fifty cents per
i p iii upwards. Ho is determined io dispose
; ?f this stock to tho satisfaction of all who
, may laver him with a call. Thc citizens of
1 Columbia and surrounding country are re
I sp^ctfully solicite 1 to call itid examine
. ? before nnrch&siug elsewhere. Store ir. rear
\ i of the larg* College Chapel, Columbia.
H. VAN PELT,
1 Juli :u J Sutler 25tla Ohio.
School for Girl*.
THE MISSES MABTIJtovill open a Schoo! !
for GirkrWn thc FIRST MONDAY La Oe- I
toder. Besides tho usual English studies, j
lessons will bc given in Latin, French and j
Music: A. few boarders will bo received
into the family. Apply at their residence on
?landing street,. - August 1 7
For Sale and is* Store.
c ? TWINE.
By A. L. SOLOMON,
Angust ? 3 Commission Merchant.
K f\i\i\ LBS. BACON, MIDE?.
O.UUU 1,000 lbs.'SMOKED BEEF.
For sale by A. L. SOLOMON.
Aug 1 3 2d door from Shiver House.
MFOUR ROOMS, with KITCHEN and
LAIIGE GARDEN, in a pleasant situ?
ation, on Upper Boundary street, op?
posite Mr. Sondley a; one room occupied by
a widow lady and two small children. To
any person with a small fa*hiily it is a hand?
some and desirable place. Apply-to
RICHD. 0 NEALE, Executor,
Augustin*- Near the place.
11HE subscriber, thankful for past patron
i. agc, would inf'um his friends and thc.
public that he is still prepared to furnish all
Kinds of BR ASS CASTING in a workmanlike
manner and with despatch.
July 31 rn Gadsden, near Washington st.
AND FOR SALE BY
AT HIS RESIDENCE.
Corner Blanding and Bull Streets.
Vjrrnrns swiss MUSLIN, 4
y\ " 4?BDLLIANTS,
WHITE STB IPED VAM BRIC,
Pin in Cambric,
" 1?. E. Diajier,
" Huck. Diaper Towels,
" Bleached Shirting,
" " Limm,
" " Sheeting,
1 " , " Drill,
?. " Victoria Lawn,
" T.iiifii mid Paper Collars,
" Cambric Edging,
'. Huck. Towelling. ?
" Ena ucl Shirt bosoms.
Fancy Grenadine Dress Goods,
" " Muslin '* " ,
i " Cambric
I " Alpaca
I Black "
Brown 7-8 and -1-t Shirtings,
Striped " " Shuting,
Blur Denims, Gem's Buck Gauntletts,
Dress Bunds; Brown Windsor Soap,
Children's Dolls, Black Alpaca,
HairPins, Diaper do.,
Dress Pins, Needles, Ladies' Gloves,
Tuck, Dressing and Fine Combs,
Hair, Nail and Tooth Br?sln s,
Pearl, Avatc and Lasting Butions,
Coat and Vest Lintons, %
Hoop Skirts, Children's While Hose,
Children's Round Combs,
Embroid, Laee Handkerchiefs,
H. S. and Plain Handkerchiefs,
White und Brown Half Hose,
Ladies' White Hose, Pocket Knives,
White and black Spool Cotton,
Black Silk Belt Ribbons,
Cambric Spenaers, Gent's Gloves,
Blue, Green and Brown Veil Berage,
Spotted Linen for pants.
Embroidery Cotton, Darning do.
Silk Elastic, Linen Tape, Cotton do.
Leather Belt's, Black Sdk do.
Colored Silk Belts,
Linen Setts. Suspenders.
Hooks and Eyes," Hair Nets. >
Corsets, Trunks, Whalebone. .
Ituffling, Sewing Silk, Shoo Laeets.
Coro? t Lacets, Rall Cord.
RIO COFFEE, JAVA do.
Green Tea, Brown Sugar.
White Sugar, White Crushed flo.
Rnta Baga Turnip Seed.
Wheat Flour, Molasses.
Soap, Starch, Segars.
S-iiokhig Tobacso, Chowing do.
Mackerel, Herring, Sardh.es.
Bottled Lsgor, Blacking, Candies
August 1 .
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At the Capital of South Carolina,
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tilled with the LATEST NEW:;, (bv tele
? traph, mails. etc"> EDITORIAL. CORRES
? rONDENCE, MJt?CELLANl? POETRY,
1 S CORTES, etc. This is the only daily ] apey
in the State outside of the city ot Charleston.
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Por co?jt?<*y eirculation, i:= published ?very
LTues'day., Ihursday and Saturday, and hai
fall Hie lvadmu matter of interest contained
j in the daily issues of the weeli
A HOME COMPANION.
\ As its name indicates, is?intended ns a
: F \M?T,V JOURNAL, and is published every
j Wednesday. D will >*>?tiUiji Eight Pages,
of Forty ( Columns. The cream of the News,
? Miscellany, Talcs, etc.. oi tho Daily and
I Tri-weekl'v w:U be found in it? ci >i un i n's.
j TERMS' - IN VARIARIA' IN ADVA NCE.
! I'aily, ore- year..?10 00
I .. three months... 3 00
j^'ri-Wceldy, "lie \ear. T 00
f .. ' three months. 2 00
! W> .'icly. one year. :.. 4 00
; " three months.- . 1 25
; Advertisements inserted in the Daily or
? Tri-\Veekl\ ai ?1 a square for ?lie first in
i sertion. and 75 cents for each subs?quent
I insertion. Weekly advertisements il a
square every insertion.
1 Such as HAND-BILLS, ( ARDS, CIRCU
I LARS. SHIN 1 EASTERS, etc, ?fcecute??
I promptly and at reasonable rates.
J July 31 Publisher ai id Proprietor.
! The Broad River
HAYING secured two tine DRY BOATS,
and two crew s of the .most experienced
i Boatmen "ii the river, offers its services to
the public for transporting FREIGHT be
I tween <' ilumina and Alston. The full'-ring
rates have Ken.adopted:
Bacon, per inn lbs.$ 75
\ Corn, per bushel. 38
? Cotton, per bale.:. no
! Fodder, ' *; . 2 50
! Flour, per barrel.:.. 2 DO
! ". bag.% 00
. Other articles, per lol) lbs.. 1 00
! Passengers. 2 00
I The Boats will leave Columbia at ti a. m.,
every Monday and Friday; and will leave
Als?on at o' a. m., everv Wednes/lay and
Sunday. Apply to B. *B. SIMONS,"
W. D. WALTER,
Agent, Ncwberrv C. H.
. J. W CALL,
July 31 3 Agent, in charge ol' Boats.
To irintorx and Publishers.
H. Xi. Felohzc & Co.,
LA WUUZLJJING, RICHM0X1\ VA.
j ^/TANUFACTURERS of and dealers in
! 31?. r d heriot ion of PRINTED MA
? T?KTAL, from a No? 2 Card t? wu Big.i< Cy?
linder Steam Press; various rolprs F rou ges,
I Inks, Varnishes, Oils, .Vc. Ac. an 1 in^ tact
I evet s hin;; pertaining to a first cl., vs Book,
Jol > and Newspaper Office. For fart her par
; ticulars apply to
! 3FB. JO_'? Lafon,
Who'can bo found a t Mr . J. S Raw! 'board?
ing house, cort., r Ca neb u and Mc on sts.
Heis?alsothoauthoriz*d Ag. ot ... c:ontraet
for Advertisements and Subscription* tr : he
RICHMOND DAILY TIM tis, having Mi?
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! In P^Scnw:nowattr^i '.,?.., O.UJ.*JI
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