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BY J. A. SELBY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1865.
VOL. I-NO. ?S?g 0^
rCBLISHEDDijL? AJ.T> TRI-WF.EKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
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Dailv Paper, six month*.$5 00
. Trw Weekly, " " . .3 50
- Single copies 10 cents.
Insertad at $1 per square for tho first in?
sertion. and.75 cents for*eaoh subsequent.
i>3~Snccial notices'15 cents a linc.
. ApvANCE ix COTTON.-It seems to
be generally believed that tho re?
cent startling advance in the price of
cotton will not ojdy be sustained, but
'be still.further improved. The now
universally conceded small amount of
land cultivated in cotton, the recent
disastrous casualties resulting in the
burning of nrimense quantities of the
"royal of staples." re-opening and re?
sumption of labor at most of the
foreign and domestic cotton mills
all these considerations combine to
enhance . the price, and will, doubt?
less, not ?tease to operate for, years to
come. At all events, and in any rea?
sonable view of the case, our planters
may now go to work attheir prelimi
nary arrangements for plaiting heavy
crojis for the "next year, well assured
that industry and enterprise will in?
dubitably be rewarded with large re?
turns. -nS"' i van nah Herald.
Bishop "Wilmer, of Alabama, has
replied to tho order of Gen. Wood
closing the Episcopal Churches hi
that State, refusing to recogize the
right of any civil or military officer
to dictate to him in the performance
of his duty in the Church ol' God.
But whilst ho has lieitlier the wish
nor the power to resist military force,
he enters his solemn protest against
tile interference expressed in tile
order issued by General Wood. Tito
latter responded by .stating that if ^ the
order was not obeyed, lie would cer?
tainly use military force in closing the !
Atlanta Medical. College.
THE Course of Lectures in this 'ustitn-J
Iinji will commence cm the FIRS'A MON?
DAY in.Novembo# next, and continue four
mouths-thc-Faculty, having changed the
time for thc session from summer to the
JOHN* G. WESTMORELAND. Dean,
i Oct '25 Imo
Foi State Treasurer.
EDWIN J. SCOTT, Esq., thc well-known
Cashier of the Commercial Rank, Colum?
bia, S. C., is nominateil for the office of
State Tren surer. With his* abilities, both
as financier and accountant, and his per?
sonal attention, which ho would devote to
that department, the public may feel sure
of its best management. Oct 'J4 ii
For State Treasurer.
Thc friends of Dr. R. W. GIBBES respect- I
fully nominate him to thi- Legislature for
this office. His-well known business cha?
racter, energy and ability ominontly recom?
mend him. He has for many years served
thc Statt- efficiently In variqxis capacities,
and now he needs her support. Oct '?l
We are authorized to announce* JAMES
' FARROW, Esq., of Spartanburg, as a can-'
delate to represent, in the Congress of thc
Um.fd States, tlio Fourth Congressional
District? comprising the Districts of An?
del-., .?j. Dickens, G rccnjjllo. Laurens,"Spa r
tanburg, Union, York ami Chester.
]^OUB or live g- ntlenie?i (of the Legisla
j tun ) can rind BOARDING, at accom?
modating terms, by applying at thc corner
Luise, foot ot' Lady r^reet, two squares
over tlc- Greenville IL fr._(u-i/j; 3*
Drawing, Painti?g, &c.
nnHOSE lesirous nf taking Lessons in
J DRAWING; r.\l M CM. IN OIL,
WATER AND PASTILLE, can do soupon
application to the undersigned, at the resp*
donee of Dr. 1'. M. Cohen, Dickens street,
bcid of Lady.
Instructions in tho ahovo branches of
A.rt '-'?veli at Schools; also, Larsons in
LAURENCE L. COHEN, Si?N'n.,
. ' M?ONfRY/
MI ts. A. .1. DOUGAL has just received
from Nov York a fr. sb supply of
Which she off? r i for sale at low prk- s.
ri ULE firm of KUTSON*LEE ?fe CO. is this
I dav dissolved hr mutual consent.
ZEALY, SCOTT A BRUNS.
October 17,1865._Oct 25 3
?ms r~\ MRS. EMMA ROE , /ff*
^ %! ./has opened an EAT- ?gm?
coln street, one door from Lady, where gen?
tlemen can procure their regular MEALS,
LUNCHES, etc.. at all hours% The very
best of everything in tue market will be
burnished. New York and Charleston OYS?
TERS received every day, and Nerved in
every style. Oct 25 G*
. FROM the subscriber, on the
VL--- night of the"Otb inst., a brown |
>?R^X?bay HORSE, very nearly sixteen
i^IZ-iLhands high, has one of his bind
feet white, a blemish bi the right eye, but
not affecting the vision of thc eye. The
horse is very stoutly made. -A reward of
$50 will be" paid tor his dcliverj to the
'owner, or for such information as may lead
to his recovery. WM. ROPER,
Oct 25 G % Barnwell C. H.
SCARF ALETTI TOBACCO.
. Just received and for sale by
??FF??i & S?VEHlL,
Assembly street, near Washington.
Oct 2? " _ 3*
New Goods !
rill?l'3 subscriber has n*>w in store a roa
_L e?nablc sftick of standard GROCERIES
and SUPPLIES, which hoofffrrs to the pub?
lic at fair rates--a par: of which is as fol?
25 Ubis. Cr'd, A. and C. SUGARS.
1 bhds. good BROWN SUGAR.
5 bois.- S. H. SYRUP.
65 boxes Sper*m and Adam'ne CANDLES.
r? 70 '. Familv and No. i SOAP
20 " TOILET SOAP, assorted.
20 bags Java and Rio COFFEE.
2() packages STARCH.
5 tierces Natural LEAF LARD.
10 hhds. Bacon SIDES and SHOULDERS.
; ltierco BREAST-PIECES.
2 '; S. C. HAMS. '
25 bids, and half bbl-. FLOUR.
40 packages MACK EBEL.
40 bdStes SCALED HERRINGS.
10 bbls. "Peach Blow " POTATOES.
20 sacks Liverpool SALT
I 19 bbls. W. W. and.Cider ?TNEGAR.
30 doz. WOOD BUCKETS.
20 " BROOMS, a-sorted.
SPICES a variety.
BLUE VITRIOL. COPPERAS
. RAISINS. CREAM TARTAR.
CAR. SODA, POTASH.
Matches, Soda. Wine and Boston Bisr'ts.
105 kegs Parker Mills Nails.
15 doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
With many other articles usually found
in a caroftulv selected stock.
C H. BALDWIN,
At the old stand of Allen & Dial.
BEGS to inform tho public that ho will
open, on and after Monday,30th Octo?
ber, the largest and finest assortment of
DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHO?S, H .VI'S and
FANCY ARTICLES to bo; found in the
South. Being a branch of a large New
York establishment, lie can s. ll at prices to
snit wholesale or retail buyers. ^Heroafter,'
goods can be purchased at bis store at
New York Prices !
Iiis .-tove is in the limier part ol thc
inilding occupied by Mr. J. G. Gibbes.
Office Washington Streett near Hain,
._ COLUMPIA. S. C.
"AITE. tl..-..undersigned, have formed a
* j copartncrsldp, for ti. - purpose ol
transacting a general COMMISSION and
; FORWARDING BUSINESS.
On hand, always," a full stock of GROCE?
RIES, HARDWARE, HATS. SHOES and
FANCY GOODS. II. D. HANAHAN,
< ! ii 24 [mo FELIX WARLEY.
j^P^ DR. D. P. GREGG will be in Co
eoive profess? >nal calls freon his oi?i patron:
or new oms. He may i ? found at Mr
Nickcraon'ij Hotel. * Oct 17
Selling Off!* Selling Off!
/COFFEE, 45 cents.
Vj Crushed Sugar, 3 lb?, for SJ..
Hyson Tea, $1.75.
Pale Soap, 20c. per bar; Mackerel, 8for $1.
Also, Black Pepper, Ginger, Starch, Toilet
Soap, Ac. P. F. CUTTING,
Corner Boundary and Assembly sts.
Oct 24 _ _ 3? _ j
THE exercises of my SCHOOL
at Willington will bc resumed
^as early in thc-next year as cir
ISctftrtsiances will allow. Appli
~ cations will DO received until 1st
OCTAVHJS T. BOUCHER,
Oct 24 6_Willington, Abbeville Dist.
' To Rent.
AVALUABLE AND WELL SETTLED
PLANTATION in Richland District*
on the Wateree River,, four miles from the
Railroad, containing about 5,000 Acres of
Land, upwards of 2,000 cleared and weH
fenced. On the place are 40 Excellent
Negro Houses, a Steam Saw Mill and Gin
House,'.and all the other necessary out?
buildings. All the stock of Cattle and
Mules on the place, tog&hc? with the pre- 1
sent crop of Corn, will bo sold chea]) to an
approved tenant. There are now on the (
place BOO Negroes, most of whom can bc'
doubtless hired f?r the next year. ? .
For terms and particulars applv tdnEon.
WM. AIKEN. Charleston, Dr. Robert W.
GIBBES, Columbia, or Dr. D. W. RAY,
near Gadsden. Oct 24 12
JAMES M. "STOCKER & SON,
Orangthurg, S. C., ami Hopkins' Turn-Ovf.
FftlOMPT attention given ttl thc purchase
.of COTTON and other PRODUCE;
al.-.o. to forwarding of Ofett?n and Merchan?
dize generally. Oct 10 ths3*
\ G. PAKS?EY & CtXt
' ,?iopcHtr?v.r|iiD Coiiiiii?ssioi)
NO. C NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMIKf, '"X. X. C.
O. G. PARSLEY, JOHN JUDGE,
0. G. PARSLEY, Ja. HENRY SAVAGE
Oct 24 Imo
THE SUBSCRIBER '
HAS just received an in-,
voice of Ladies'. Gentleman's
jttid MissesfBALMORAL, PO
LISH, CONGRESS AND
J. MEIGHAN. * .
Oct 22_ One door above (,'o^rt House.
BOOKS AND ST?TIONBRYT
RESPECTFULLY adoses the public that
he is receiving new supplitft of SCHOOL
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, in all its
branches. Also, SHEET MUSIC. STRINGS
for Guitar and Violin, PHOTOGRAPH AL:
Sales-room, at present, on Plain street,
near Nickersou's Hotel, where" he will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public generally. Oct '21
Wright & Walker/
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
Hopkins' T. o., S. C. H. 1:.. and C?lumi?a.
^ NV- WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
Oct 19 ' 0
t IllXA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
<f- % ' . f
milE rm lersigned*wil] open, about theist
JL proximo, at the boase eui the South-'
east corder of Plain and Gates streets,
(nearly opposite the Shiver ER msc',) a new
and complete assortment of'MERCHAN?
DIZE in the above line;sel< ct ttl and manu?
factured expressly for this market. All of
which will be offered to the former natrons
l|of China Hall at a s?mil advance on the
oiriginal cost. W. B. STANLEY. .
Post Coaches-Mail Route:
A LINE of FOUR-HORSE
Tfcz ?POST COACHES will h ave
.-?...vV.yv*\ Columbia daily Tor Hopkins'
Turn-Out, oh C. ii. R., at 3
a. m.; to arrive in time for the Charleston
train same day. Seats can be secured at
Coffin A Ravcnel's store,
o. t 15 13* WARD .;. H.VR?TEY.
B. B. DeS AUSSURE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER ??V EQUITY*
Office in rear of the Court House.
Oct 7 ' Imo
Washing-ton Street, near Main,
HAYING just opened their stock of
goods, aro now offering, at wholesale
and retail, the following articles, at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES:
IT 4 V?T T * T?QT?t?.
PRIME KIO COFFEE.
" J AA* A
RICE. Extra GOLDEN SYRUP.
FLOUR, No. 1 SALMON.'
No. 1 MACKEREL, kits and barrels.
Scotch Herrings. No. 1 Herrings.
Codfish, Scaled Herrings.
Salmon, in cans.
Raisins. Almonds, Oitron.
Soap. Family and Toilet,
Salafratns, Suda and Cream Tartar. ^
tSegars, Smoking Tobacco, Ac.
1.' ?CKS, Door and Window Fastenings.
Axes. Spades, Shovels.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Pokers.
Cotton Cards, Codee Mills.
Frying Puns, Well Wheels.
Cnrrv Combs, Brashes, &c. "
Tin and Hollow Ware.
Kerosine Lamps, (variety.)
RBls. EXCELSIOR WHISKEY. Botiroon.
'XXX MONONGAHELA WHISKEY,
brandies, Gin and Ritters. v\c.
A general assortment of Fancy doods on
hand. * "Oct 24 <>
LITMSDEN & McGEE,
A GENTS of,Baltimore Window Glass
f\ Manufactory, can furnish GLASS at i
manufacturers' prices, by thc box, and so- j
licit orders for tho same. Oct .s Imo ?
CALNAN & KREUDER, j
COMMISSION MEUCHA XIS, . ?
XTTHOLESALE dealers in GROCERIES,
YV WINES, LIQUORS and SEGARS. :
Especial attention paid to tho purchase and
salo of COTTON, MERCHANDIZE nod '
PRODUCE. Cu rv?is street, between Main
and Assembly, opposite State House.
Sept 2S_ _imo i
SPECK & .POtOGK, !
General Commission Merchants, j
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, &?? \
I'/aiu street, 2d door f rom Assembly,
Sept? COLUMPIA, S. C.
FIRE" AND LIFE INSURANCE.
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent,
Ir<OR the following FIRST CLASS COM
1 PAN LES: !
New York Undc?vriter's Agency,
Home Insnrauco Company, New
York, Capital. 2,000,000 1
Hartford Fire Insurance Com?
pany, Hartford. Capital. 2,000,000
H?me Insurance Company, Sa?
vannah, Capital.. 2,500,000 |
New England Mitte l Life Insu- I
rance Company, Roston, Capi- ?
ital.,. 5,000,000 j
Nev,- YorkAccidental Insurance ( lompany,
insuring against accidents of every descrip
tion resulting in Loss, ol-'Lil']-', or PER
.>;( >NAL IX.I CRY. . C
With several other well known and relia- I
ble companies, the aggregate capital
Risks tiaken on reasonable terms and in j
anv one spot to thc ?i?nount of $200,000. 1
ALL D*)SSES| PROMPTLY ADJUSTED.
Oflice at Mr. Hussung's house, corner ol' j
\ssomhly and Washington streets, Cnlnra- I
bia, S. Cl _Aug 15 bim I
Auction and COD
flMlE undersigned, haying ?tist completed
1 COMMISSION SALES-ROOMS, sitnatet"
adjoining thc ('oort House, is prepared ti
ESTATE, FURNITURE, HORSES, VEHICL
Having secured the servie s of Mr. C. F. I
for bis qualifications in this line of business,
faction m all transactions entrusted to his ci
As soon as t he necessary arrangements ca
tem nf REGULAR WEEKLY SALES, which <
son* desiri ns of disnosin?rof MERCKAND1
* SPLENDID STOCK.
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
E. E. JACKSON'S,
rr^HE subscriber Laving onlargWl his
X Store, is prepared to offer to lu.< friends
and patrons a large and varied assortment
of the most desirable DRY GOODS to bo
found ' inutile market, at moderate prices.
His Stock comprises the following inpart:
black 4nd Colored CALICOES.
Plaid. Rlack and Plain Alpacas.
Silk and Wool Poplins.
Black Dress Silk.
"W bite and Ked Flannel.
Swiss Muslin. .
Nainsook, Jaconet Cambric.
Black English Crape.
Irish Linoji, Bird-Eye Diapei
Russia Diaper, Silk'Velvet.
. Huckaback Towels. .
Linen Cambric Handkerchief.*. .
Gent's Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' and^ent's Hose and Half-Hose.
Ladies". Gent's and ChildrenCs Gloves.
Ladies" Wool Shawls.
?Balmoral Skirts. Hoods. Nubias.
Hoop Skirts. Ribbons.
Bcragc and Tissue Veils.'
Black Love Veils.
Silk and Morocca Belts.
Black Doe. skin Cassim cr e.
Black Broad Cloth.
Merino Shirts and Drawers.
. ?Neglegee Shirts Jean Drawers.
Litten Bosom Shirts.
Black Felt and Wool Hats.
Suspc nd< rs, 'Neck Ties.
Long Cloth. Brown Shirtiii" .
Pillow Case Linen.
Traveling ling.-. " t
Bed Blankets. *
Spool Cot:.MI. Flax Toread."
A. variety of Kailey Buttons.
Together with many other articles usually
found, in our line. Oct 21 13 "
h. C. CLARKE'S,
NEW YORK RETAIL PRICES !
COLORED, BLACK and OIL SILK.
Black Crape Veils. .
Black Love and Lace Veils. *
': French Merino.
Black, Colored and White Kid Gloves. *
j Gent's Linen' Handkerchiefs. t
Shirt Bosoms and Collars. .
\ Corset Steels, Blonde Lace. "
\ Lace and Linen Collars, Cuffs fend Setts.
Lace, Thread, Valenciennes and Cambric
' Bilging and Cambric Bands.
Enchantress and S . 'lingham .Uniting,
! for Flouncing Skirts.
Lace and Janen Setts.
.. Embd Handkerchiefs.
AU ear? fnllv selected foi- this market-.
Oct li) " '
fill III W?BS,
> Situated on'the Fool, of Riehland Sired,
near Greenville Raurcqd, Columbia.
GOLDSMITH A- KIND. PROPBISTOES.
execute all kinds of i'm?N CASTINGS,such
as arc needed for agriculturists and ma?
chinists. RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON,
IRON FENCING, cte. Thev arc also pre?
pared t.. furnish ItttASS 'CASTINGS of
cverv description. Orders arcsohcitedand
will bc promptlv attended to.
' 1 " M. GOLDSMITH,
?ct 8_.1'. KIND._
luslar^o and commodious AUCTION AND
I above his KEWSTOKE, on Main street,
, sell all kinds of MERCHANDIZE, R LAL
LS, etc.', etc., cither ai AUCTION or PRI
[ARRISON. s.? long and favorably knowe
hetlrinlis he can guarantee p rfect sat??
allomado, he designs inaugurating a asp?
irin presen! KALL FACILITIES to all -
ZE, etc., at auction. Oct 1 lino
3 Gr. GI HIVES.