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COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5.
.YOL. I-NO. *?*. y
PUBLIBHE? ?AIM A2?I> Tii?-WK?KLY,.
EY JULIA K A. SELBY
8I7BS0RIPTIOX. .4- '
Daily Paper, sir-" months.$5 M
Tri-VVeekly, " . j?..?..-.. . 3 50
Single capias 10 cents. ?
Iasrrltd at $1 per sanara far the tirnt in?
sertion, and 75 ?ents"jfor each subsequent.
- JtSrSpecial nottcesTL5 cents a line:'
LIABILITY OF CONFEDERATE A?KNI-.3
-TOR PRIVATE PROPERTY IMBKESBBD.
An important case was tried before
the United States District Court at
Memphis, Tennessee, last week. It
was that of Park against Hamilton,
and its history was as follows: In the
year 1862, while the rebel forces still
held possession of Memphis, the de?
fendant,- Thomas ? Hamilty, was ap?
pointed by the rebel Government an
agent to seize certain sugars and cot?
ton, the property of merchants whom
it was believed were purchasing and
holding suoh commodities upon specu?
lation, in view of the probable sur?
render of Memphis to ?he Federal
forces, and against the laws of the
rebel Congress, and the declared
policy of that Government, whose
officers were instructed to prevent the
undue accumulation of articles of
prirae commercial value at points as
seriously threatened as Memphis then
was. In obedience' to instructions
then given him, Hamilton seized a
number of hogsheads of sugar, the
property of Dr. A. J. Park-valued
at $75,000-and turned it over to the
rebel receiver or quartermaster, or
with other sugars at that time seized,
Sent it South by railroad No vonok
ers were given, but a memorandum
was made at the time of the value
and number of barrels and hogs?
heads, and in some cases, we believe,
copies of such were furnished the
owners. Dr. Park now brings suit
against Mr. Hamilton to recover the \
value of the property so seized. j
Oa the 28th ultimo the jury came |
into court and announced that they j
were unable to agree ripon a verdict,
and the case .got?s . over to the ' next
term of the court.
Another case of importance, came
up before the court on the 2Kth ul?
timo. It was that of Thomas E.
Chester against P. Titu?, ll. (.'. Brink?
ley, and others, members of the vigi?
lance committee of 1801. Mr. Ches?
ter sues the vigilance committee, or
such of its members asare now living,
to recover the value of k steamboat
seized by that body and afterwards
turned over to the refiol Government
and destroyed; and -having been a
resident of St. Louis during the war,
being all the while recognized as a
loyal man, if he establishes the fact
of seizure'and destruction, according
to the charge of Judge Trigg in the
case of Park aMfcHamilton. he will,
it is thought, rerover the full value of
his craft from the parties sued.
It is stated in the Now York papers
that thc United States*steamers iihode
Island and Hornet, the latter former?
ly known as the blockade renner
'"'Lady Sterling," have been ordered
to proceed to Havana, to convey to
Washington the Confederate Stone?
wall, heretofore surrendered to the
United Skates*- -Government by the
Spanish authorities. The assignment
of the Bhode Island to this duty dis?
poses of the oft-repeated report that
it was fitting out to convey President
Johnson to Korth. Carolina and other
Southern States, ir b
A good story is told o? a "country
gentleman,", who for the first timi
heard an Episcopal clergyman preach.
He had read much of the aristocracy
and pride of the Church, and whet
he returned home, he was asked if th?
j>eople were "stuck up." "Pshaw
no," replied he, "why, tho ministe
preached in his shirt-sleeves."
.'Matrimonial infelicities" are frc
quent in Bristol county, Massacht
.setts, judging by the fact that on
hundred divorces' have been graute
in five years.
. It is understood that the National
Intelligencer, ot Washington city, is CD
be the official organ of the Adminis?
tration. . '??
Teams loaded with goods stolen at
the great fire in Augusta, Maine, have
been tracked in every direction into
the adjoining towns.
Hair that ought to flow in natural
waves-tite locks of a canal.
Secret of trade-advertising.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
EAKllOW, Esq.. of- Spartanburg, as a can?
didate to represent, in the Congress of the
United States, the Fourth Congressional
District, comprising tbs Districts of An?
derson, Pickens, Greenville, Laurens, Spar
tanburg, Union, York and Chester.
Sept 30 * * ?
The friends of GEO. D. TILLMAN, Esq., I
respectfully announce lum a candidate for j
CONGRESS, at tho ensuing election, in the
Third District, embaVu'ug Orangcburg, \
Edgelield, Lexington, Abbeville, Newberry, !
Richland au? Bairfi?ld. . Sept 2S * ?
jg?t?g> DR. D. P. GREGG will be in Co
*iStfY?lumbia in a few flays, ready to re?
ceive professional calls from his old patrons
or new ones. He maj- be found at Mr.
Nickerson's Hotel. Oct 17
F?? sale, that beautiful and conva
I?? nient HOUSE, South-west corner of
-UL Laurel and Bull streets. It is offered
at private sale for ono week. The premises
may be examined and other information
obtained on application at the house.
Oct 17 . r>*
WG. EMBLETON begs to inform the
. inhabitants of Columbia that they
can have ENGRAVING of every description |
executed with neatness and despatch. Ko
A N experienced CIRCULAR SAWYER. !
JY_ Apply at Sichln Saw Mill, at site, of j
Columbia Holling Mill, iivo miles from thia |
Post Coaches-Mail Route.
A LINE of FOUR-HORSE
."POST COACHES will have
. ?'.?Columbia daily for Hopkins'
j " "~ Turn-Out, on S. C. R. lt., at 3
a. m.: to arrive in time fer the Charleston
I train same day. Seats can bo secured at
! Coffin & Ravenel's store.
Oct 15 13* WARD A HARVEY.
Cotton Shed at Hopkins' Torn-Out.
W. H. JBSTE&Sc & CO.,
RECEIVING aad FORWARDING
AGENTS, at Hopkins' Turn-Out, are
having erected a commodious shed for the
protection of cotton consigned to them for
shipment, anil would be .pleaded te receive
[.consignments from Columbia and the up?
country generally. Cotton and Merchan?
dize forwarded with despatch.
?3- Ncwborrv Sun copv for one week and I
send bill to tina office. * Oct 14 (i? j
CKNERAI, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Lumber and Bull Streets,
HAS jua|s received and keeps
constantly on hand a fresh and
general supply -of GROCERIES I
and FANCY ARTICLES, consisting
in part of :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, FLOUR, MEAL.
CRACKERS, ot all kinds.
MACKEREL, SOAP, SALT.
Buckets, Brooms, Whisk brushes.
Raisins, Jellies, Syrups.
Spices, Pepper, Mustard.
Tobacco, Segara, Matches.
Brandies, Whiskies, Wiuea, Ale, Ac.
Wholesale androtajL Oct 14 +3
B. B. BeS?USSU?O
ATTOENEY AT LAW
* r AXJ)
j Office in rear of the Court House.
I Oct 7 _ Imo
I ~ THE ABBEVILLE HAMER,
I DESIRE to say to thc old
patronS*of this paper and thc
public generally, that its pub?
lication wu! be resumed on or
about the FIFTEENTH OF
_OCTOBER INST., nuder my
proprietorship and the editorial control e>f
a gentleman eminently qualified for such *.
position, and a w-U known and prominent
citizen of the District. '
It is my ann to revive the BANNER and
conduct it as it was before its discontinu?
ance, to wit: to make it a first-class, high
toned, NEWS and LIT KRAUT PAPER.
The terms of the paper wiU"be as for?
merly, viz: ?2 a year (Vt advance-in specie,
or provisions at specie valuation.
T. B. CREWS, Abbeville C. H., S. C.
NSW & CHI AP
fTIHE undersigned hav? ji-rsv oponed a
A large and wcil-sele?ted STOCK OF
GOODS-which they offer at
NEW YORK PRICES i
COX&TSTESO IN PAST OF :
Fancy and Black PRINTS
WOOL DELAINES and MER?NOES
Woolen PLAIDS and POPLINS.
Bleached end Unbleached MUSLINS
S and 10-4 SHEETINGS.
TABLE DAMASK and TOWELS.
ELIPTIC SPRING SKIRTS.
Check. Swiss and Cambric MUSLINS.
VICTORIA LAWNS and BRILLIANTES
White LINEN and Twilled JEANS.
Linen Handkerchiefs and FancytVeils.
Ladies' Under Garments.
Collars :ind Cuffs.
Silk Bets, Nubias.
Ladies" and Gout's Gloves.
barep.', for Veils.
White Stockings and Socks.
Needles. Tins and Spool Thread:
Ladies', Misses' and < Jont'd Sh.-os.
Gent's'Hats, of thc kites; stvle.
Clothing, of MU stales.
shirts and Under-shirts.
Traveling Bags. ,.
And a thousand other articles too nunier- :
ons to mention.
The above stock is offered for less than
any other houso ii: this city*sell them, bv
DAVIES A CO. "
Oct-18 3 J. MENDEL, SALESMAN.
At thc store of Lumsden A. McGee, on
Assembly street, between Lady and Bridge
Browne & Sclurmer^
W. R. BROWNE/ F. M. SCHIRMER,
Houkins' Turn- Ni?. 0 Exchange st.,
Out, S. C. "Charleston, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS of COTT6N and other
PRODUCE will be received and sold;
or, if desired, will be shipped ??> New York
for sale. COTTON, and MT 'HAND1ZE
forwarded with despatch fri .lopkins'T.
O. Particular attention given to the forw
warding of goods arriving from the North
intended for the up-country. Charges from
either point 15 cents pur packagu, when
over 25 in number; 2D cents when under.
Mr. W. P. DALL, Charleston, S. C.
Messrs. T. SAVAGE II EVVY ARD A SONS,
Augusta, Ga. Oct 18 Imo
THE undersigned Will open, about the 1st
proximo, at thc .house on the South?
east corner of Plain and (hites streets,
(nearly opposite the Shiver House,) a new
and complete assortment of MERCHAN
! DIZE in the above line; selected and manu?
factured expressly for this market. All of
! which will be offered to tho former patrons
of China Hall at a small advance on the |
I original cost. W. D. STANLEY.
IAU persons in the Districts of Eich- |
. land, Lexington, Faired and Ker- j
?haw, who have iii their possession or cou
trol property belonging to thc late so-called
Confederate" Government, are directed to
give immediate notice thereof, and to sur
render tho Sam? to the undersigned on.or
before November 1st ? Thia order embraces
cotton and every other description of Gov
i ' ornent property, no matter under what
authority the same may bc held or de?
2. Parties lioldifc; property for wliich
receipts atr? becn^iven will exhibit thean
.3. Pereons.having information which will
lead to the detection of individuals who 1
have sold, abstracted, or concealed Govern
. ment property, and who furnish informa?
tion thereof, will be fairly compensated.
.1. Public sales will bc held at this place
on WEDNESDAY, at ll) A. M. of each
week, at the College Canums, ot Govern?
ment property. Terms cash.
5. AU persons who fail to comply with
thi* order will subject themselves to arrest
Asst. Special Treasury Agent.
COLUMTIIA, October 12, 1HG5.
?tr Fairfield. Lexington and Kershaw
District papers will copy four timi's and
send bill to this office. October 15 f 10*4
THE undersigned, having jnstjtennipleted
COMMISSION SALES-ROOMS, situate
! adjoining thc Court House, is prepared
i ESTATE. FURNITURE, HORSES, YEHICI
i VATE SALE.
Having secured thc services of Mr. C. F.
for Iiis qualifications*in this line of busincsf
faction in a*?I transactions entrusted to his c
As soon as the neeessarv arrangements ci
t.?m of REGULAR W EEKLY SALES, which
sons desirous of disposing of MERGHAND
Situated <m thu Knot ,,f Richland Street,
near CreenviU? Railroad, Columbia.
GOLDSMITH & KIND, PROPR?ETOBS.
-~ THE above works ?
"^^^v^,, are now com; leted,f?E
^NjCj^' w ind th<- undersigned heg
it|i?|j???^2,Jl_ "1 in*'rm tho publii that
^SSacaaBSEP^they avw nowprepared to
or?ente all kinds of LEON CASTINGS, such
as are needed for agriculturists and ma- |
chinists, RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON,
IRON FENCING, cte Thrv are also nre
pared to furnish Ri: ASS "CASTINGS of
every descripl ion. Orders are solicited and
will lie promptly attended to.
Oct ? p. KIND.
THOMAS C, Wit'
A RCHITECT, ( ll \ 'IL ENG TNEER
A ND S UR VE > r0 R,
"\Tni.Tj furnish Plans, Specifications, Dc
vV tails. Estimates an (?Bills of Material
for public or private buildinfm,bridje^ Ac.
Surveys and. Levelin g tor city or country
done on application.
"Office corner Richland and Sumter streets,
residence of R. Kooliata,1 Esq. -up'stairs.
_Sept, 30 sw2mo
* H. E! NICHOLS, Agent,
I?"Un; the following FIRST CLASS COM
New York Undorwritii-'s Agencv,
Home Insurance Companv, New.
York, Capital..". 2,000,000
Hartford Eire Insurance Com?
pany, Hartford, Capita]. 2,000,000
Home Insurance Companv j Sa- . ;
vaniiah, Capital...'. 2,500,00$
New England -Mutual Life Insu?
rance Companv, Boston, Capi
New York Accidcntal'?nsuran?c Company,
insuring against accident i ot ?very descrip?
tion resulting in LOSS OF LIFE or PER?
With several other well known and relia?
ble companies, the aggregate capital
, ?20,000,000. ;
Iiiuka taken on reasonable terms and in
anv one "spot to tho amount*of $200,000. ;
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED, j
Office at Mr. Hussung's house, corner of j
Assembly and Washington streets, Colum- |
bia. S. C. _;_Aug 15 jCm ?
~F0R\YAU1)1A? KOTIGE, ?I
rnHE undersigned will follow the South j
_L Carotina Railroad and vee; ?vc and for?
ward GOODS and COTTON from each ter?
minus. Their charges are: .
Merchandize packages, 13c each.
Cotton, 35c. per hale.
PHELPS ? DAWSON,
Oct ll Ot* Orangeburg, S. C.
$?EC?t & POtOCK,
General Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES, DRY ' GOODS, AC,
Plain street, lil door from Assemhly,
Sent 7 COLUMBIA. S. C._
CALNAN & KRETJDER,
COM Ml SSH) .V MER < H. I NTS,
WHOLESALE dealers in GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUORS and WEG ARS.
Especial attention paid to tho purchase and
I salo of COTTON, MERCHANDIZE and
PRODUCE. Gervais street, between Main
1 and Assembly, opposite State House.
Sept 2S lm*
J. M. BlaKely and G. P. Copeland
I TT AVE this day entered into copartner
it L ship, for the purpose of transacting a
ceneral COMMISSION BUSINESS, under
the stvl- and name of BLAKELY & COPE?
LAND. They will give their best attention
to the sale and purcluso of COTTON, as
weil afi other things consigned to their
care. They have ample sijpre-room and
will take charge of colton, aud sell herr,
Charleston or Now York, as may beuh sired.
! Store and office on Main street, corner of
Boundary, near Cotton Town. Columbia. S.
C. BLAKELY k COPELAND.
??" Charleston Co?recopy sixtiiees and
I tii-waribill te thia oftioe. **>)t 24
his large and commodious AUCTION AND
id above Ids NEW S?ORE, ?rn Main street,
to sell all kinds of MERCHANDIZE, REAL
?SSj t?k>> ct??., either at AUCTION or PBI
HARjfsOX, KO long and' favorably I.r.owti
3, he thinks ha ra;-, guarantee perfect satis
in bc made, lie designs inaugurating a sy?
will present RARE FACILITIES to all pei
IZE, etc., at auction. Oct 1 Imo
S Gr. GIBBES.
JOHN j?*m TtA.Y,
CITY SURVEYOR. ^
OFFICE at residence, in rear of the
Presbyterian Church, Colombia, S. C.
Sept 20 " . . t
At Home Again!
IMPORTANT To MILL OWNERS.
IWILL PATCH.ALTER and REPAIR
STEAM BOILERS, within fifty miles o!
this place; also, do anv hoavv or particular
MILL FORGING. I mav be' round bv ap
plving at this office. ?. J. PERRY.
L?J?BDEN & McGEE,
AGENTS c.f Baltimore Window Gins-,
Manufactory, can furnish CLASS a'
manufacturers7 prices, by the box, ami st .
licil orders for thc Kane'. Oct ,H Imo
SEW GOODS j MEW GOODS :
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
At /ii? Nets Store, Wallington Street, f>r*f.
Osposit* Hie Old ./ad.
DRESS GOODS, Colored and Mourning,
consisting of :
Plain, Plaid and Striped ALPACAS.
LUSTRES and DELA IN ES.
Also, CALICOES. TWEEDS, Ac.
BROADCLOTHS and CASSIMERES.
einnor T.io RAT *^>1> A T ul.'ive-,
LIN?N SETTS, with and without Lace,
and with Mourning Edges.
Black Silk and Colored Silk Cva\ vs.
Elastic Garters. Men's Duck Gio
Ladies' Gauntlets and Gloves.
Embroidi red Handkerchiefs.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, for Ludios
Fancv Hair Nets, for Waterfalls, and
plain Silk Nets.
Hair Bluish es and Combs.
Gent's Linen Collars. Scent Papers.
Irish Linen, of all qualities.
LonKcloths, Ladies' tindervests. -
Rubber, Coatjand Vest Buttons.
Gent's Half Host-, of excellent quality.
Mea's line Felt Hats, black and colored.
Colored Woolan Shirts and Drawer--.
Corsets, China Dolls of all nixes.
Hoop Skirts, Perfumery. . *
Castile Soap, Suspenders.
Fancy Tires? Buttons.
Belts of avery variety. Belting Ribbon.
Scissors. Tooth and Nail Brushes, Ac.
White and Brown SUGAR.
Green and Black TEA, COFFEE.
Starch, Soap, Candles.
Molasses, Drooms, Herrings.
Sardines, Matehes, Blacking.
Ruta Baga Turnip Reed, Ac. Sept 20
C0X?"JKBI4, S. C. -
4 y*??r~*^\ THE undersigned, ha?in.-j;
?w^'^&?wfc?. leas(,'l large and com
ffltSSBvwF niodi?.?is building known as
TT'r^\uay*rtlK- "Columbia Methodist
Female College,"' has opened it as a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL. T. S. N.CKERSON.
sept ll . Proprietor.
Mounce ~. Calhoun..
COMMIS. MERCHANTS, '
C1 ORNER Gervais and Gates stjpets,
) (near S. C. and G. A C. R. R. Depots,'!
Columbia, S. C., receive and forward al!
kinds of Merchandize, Tobacco, Cotton and
all Produce, or etorc the same. Parties
consigning to us will lind their freight
shipped with despatch from Orangeburg,
Alston, Winnsboro or other points, by wa?
gon, during the breakage on said roads.
We keep two two-horse wagous for oity
Pw E. MOUNCE. J. W. CALHOCS
REFERENCES._J. G.. Gibbes, Edwin .)
Scott. Comm! a; Johnston, Crews A .Co
Charleston; Linton A Dowtv, Augusta, Ga.;
Wm. Taylor A Co., Montgomery Ala.; Co-;,
BraynardA Co., Mobile, Ala": W. A. .',.
Finney. Danville, Va.; Robert bumpkin.
RiAiuoud, Va Sept 14 Imo*
W. 1?. JOHNSTON,
Office mi Picken? aire fi j-:<i.<t end of Lad.
"TTJ"!LL attend to ab official business
\V brought before Lim; will also atteno
to drawing np Deeds, Conveyances, Mon?
gans, Contracts, and other ordinary le^ai
instruments of writing. Fair copies of any
document ?xewuted with neatness and de
spatiU. August 1