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COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5.
.YOL. I-NO. *?*. y
PCBL1SHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
Inserted at SI per square for tho first in- j
sertion. s.nd 73 cent? for each subsequent.
?S~Special notices 15 cent3 a line. I
FRAUDS OS THE REVENUE.-Among
other revenue frauds recently disco?
vered is one at Hamilton, Ohio, where
the attempt to defraud the Govern?
ment out of ?20,000 hi.? been fol?
lowed by payment of the $20,000, by
a penalty of 620,000 more, and a fine
of a third $20,000; and another in
Delphis, Ohio, where it is believed
1,700 barrels of whiskey have been
passed without tax, but where testi?
mony of facts is deficient, $200,000
is now offered as a compromise. In
the recent seizure for revenue frauds
at Cincinnati, suspicion was first
aroused by the fact that 500 barrels
of whiskey were shipped from Nash?
ville, the first shipment of whiskey
ever made from the South to the
North. After the whiskey was seized,
parties offered $130,000 for its release,
which was refused.
IWILL hue 75 to 100 HEN, white or
black, to get oui cross-ties for the rail?
road, ten miles above Columbia. Full
rations and ?10 per month paid.
Oct ?7 3_J. CT. GIBBES.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS !
AT WEARN'S GALLERY.
JUST received, a beautiful a ssortment.
Call and see before buying.
Oct 27 B. WEARN. Artist.
Bans of Hamburg,' S. C.
ACONVENTION of the Stockholders of
this Bank is called to meet at their
Banking House, in this place, on WED?
NESDAY, 22d November next.
Attendance either in person or by proxy
is earnestly requested, so that the stock
mav be fullv represented.
A. C. DECOTTES, Cashier.
Hamburg, S. C., Oct. 20, 1S?5.
Oct 27 23
WILL OPEN TO-DAY
larcc supply of elegant
MILLINERY * GOODS, which j
[she offers to the Ladies at a ?
i small advance on New York
price s. The stock consists of
BONNETS. HATS of every
stvle and quality, RIBBONS,
F?ATHERS. FLOWERS, IL
LUSION RUCHES, &c.
Pi rsons visiting the city will do well to
cai1 and examine before buying elsewhere.
??T Assembly street, two doors South o
Catholic Church. Oct 27 3
Ifr^. J. A. LESHER respectfully in
iVL forms the ladies of Columbia and
vicinity that she is prepared to carrv on
DB ESS. CLOAK and MANTILLA AWAK?
ING. Also, a full supply of Paper Patterns,
at reasonable prices. Residence at Mrs. t?.
A. Smith's Millinery establishment, Taylor
OTARD BRANDY & PORT WINE.
ONE-HALF Pipe Pure Otard BRANDY.
Ono Cask London Dock PORT WINE.
5 Barrels Keller's Kentucky Whiskey, se?
lected and guaranteed tobe pure for Me?
dicinal usc. Thc above will be found very
different from the medicated stuff put up
by New York Quacks, and sold as Cognac
and Bourbon. For sale low bv
Oct 26 f3 E. & G.D. HOPE.
FAMILY FLOUR AND RICE.
?t pr BARRELS Extra Familv FLOUR.
?*J 18 Barrels Rangoon RICE.
For sale lo* bv E. ? G. D. HOPE.
Oct 2G t3
- HAS just received an in
^^?S. voice of Ladies', Gentlemen's
\ and Misses' BALMORAL, PO
W ^ate?LISH, CONGRESS AND
Oct 22 One door above Court House.
Post Coachs*-Mail Route.
A LINE of FOUR-HORSE
jflfct-r?- , p^aT COACHES will leave
^A?3?S?^ Columbia dailv for Hopkins'
Turn-Out, on ?3. C. R. E., at 8
$>. m.; to arrive in tim? for the Charleston
train eame day. Seats can bu secured at
Coffin <v Ravenel'e store.
Oct 15 13*_WARD A HARVEY.
LUMSDEN & McGEE,
AGENTS of Baltimore Window (Hats
Manufactory, can furnish GLASS at
manufacturers' prices, by the box. and so?
licit orders for tue same. Oct S Imo
OPENED THIS DAY.
1CASE WOOL DnLAINES. solid colore.
1 '. FIGURED
1 case PRESTS.
MERINO TESTS. HOSIERY, HOODS,
CAPS, Ac, which will be sold at REDUCED
PRICES by J. G. GIBBES.
ttl, LAID. FM.
cA BBLS. extra qttaiitv Familv Fi^oCR.
OU .' KOCTS LEAF LARD.
5 kegs BUTTER. For sale by
SHELTON, CALVO tfc JVALSH,
Bull street, one square West ol'
Oct 20 Nickerson's Hotel.
pr CASKS New York City-cured HAMS.
O 5 '. " " " " BACON. i
GO boxes I. EncrlMi DAIRY CHEESE.
Just received and for sale bv
SHELTON, CALVO el- WALSH, !
Bull street, one square West of
Oct 26 Nickeri-on's Hotel.
B m A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
J^BV Ladies", Misses'. Men's and
Childrens SHOES, just re
-^BB^eeivrd from New York bv
SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH,
Bull street, one square West of
Oct 2(5 Nickerson's Hotel.
?) pr BOXES FARINA CRACKERS.
^Oo bbls. BUTTER CRACKERS.
5 bbls. Fancy TRENTON CRACKERS.
Just opened and for sale by
SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH,
Bub street, one square West of
Oct 20 NicKcrson's Hotel.
OLD LONDON DOCK BRANDY.
OLD BOURBON WHISKEY.
OLD PALE SHERRY.
ST. J CHEN MEDOC CLARET.
PORTER, ALE. etc.
Alwavs kept on hand bv
SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH,
Bull street-, one sonar? West of
Oct 2o Nickerson's Hotel.
Drawing, Painting, &c.
THOSE desirous of taking Lessons iu
DRAWING, PAINTING IN OIL,
WATER AND PASTILLE, can do so upon
application to the undersigned, at the resi?
dence of Dr. T. M. Coben, Pickens street,
head of Lady.
Instructions in thc above branches of
Art given at Schools; also, Lessons in
LAURENCE L. COHEN, SEN'R.,
Oct 24_ _ Artist.
immn & mm
CANS of OYSTERS, small and large.
Cans of Lobsters, fresh.
Kits of Salmon.
Casca of New Cod Fish.
Half Bbls. Family Flour, best,
uoxes Genuine Sperm Candles.
Cans Weat India Preserves.
Cans Fresh Peaches and Tomatoes.
And various other good things.
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 well
fenced. Ou the place are 40 Excellent
Negro Houses, a Steam Saw Mill and Gin
House, and all the other necessary out?
building!?. All the stock of Cattle and
Mules on the plarc. together with the pre?
sent crop of Com, will be sold cheap to an
approved tenant. There are now on the
place 300 Negroes, most of whom can be
doubtless hired f*r the next year.
For terms and particuiarsapply to Hon.
WM. AIKEN. Charleston. Dr. Robert W.
GIBBES. Columbia, or Dr. D. W. RAY,
near Gadsden. Oct 24 12
,<TvN MRS. EMMA ROE
'si1 -y */has opened ar. EAT
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 the market will be
furnished. New York and Charleston OYS?
TERS received every dav. and served in
every stvle. SOUP ?YE?Y DAY, from ll
until 2. during Session. Oct 25 6*
New Goods !
THE subscriber has now in store a rea?
sonable stock of standard GROCERIES
and SUPPLIES, which ho offers to the pub?
lic at fair rates-a part of which is as fol?
25 bbls. Cr'd. A. and C. SUGARS.
?thhds. -ood BROWN SUGAR.
5 bbls. S. H. SYRUP.
G5 boxes Sperm and Adam'ne CANDLES.
70 " Familv and No. 1 SOAr.
20 " TOILET SOAP, assorted.
20 bags Java and Rio COFFEE.
20 packages STARCH.
5 tierces Natural LEAF LARD.
10 hhds. Bacon SIDES and SHOULDER?.
1 tierce BREAST-PIECES.
2 " S. C. HAMS.
25 bbls. and half bbls. FLOUR.
40 packages MACKEREL.
40 boxe? SCALED HERRINGS.
10 bbls. "Peach Blow" POTATOES.
20 sacks Liverpool SALT.
19 bbls. W. W. and Cider VINEGAR.
30 doz. WOOD BUCKETS.
20 " BROOMS, assorted.
BLUE VITRIOL. f^OPPERAS.
RAISINS. CREAM TARTAR.
CAR. SODA, POTASH.
Matches, Soda, Wine and Boston Bisc'ts.
105 kegs Parker Mills Nails.
15 doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
With many other articles usually found
ir. a carefully selected stock.
C. H. BALDWIN,
At the old stand of Allen & Dial.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
RESPECTFULLY advises the public that
he is receiving new supplies of SCHOOL
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, in all its
branches. Also. SHEET MUSIC, STRINGS
for Guitar and Violin, PHOTOGRAPH AL?
BUMS, & c.
Sales-room, at present, ou Plain street,
near Nickerson's Hotel, where lie will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public generally. Oct 21
DR. D. P. GREGG will be in Co?
lumbia in a few days, ready to re?
ceive professi ural calks from his ol.' patrons
or new ones. Kc mav be found* at Mr.
Nickerson's Hotel. " Oct 17
A FROM the subscriber, on the
yi__^-night of the 9th inst., a brown
/iT~5-4 buy HORSE, very nearly sixteen
JLLCML.hands high, has one of his hind
feet white, a blemish in the right eye, but
not aff. cting the vision of the eye. The
horse is very stoutly made. A reward of
$50 will be* paid fir his delivery to the
owner, or for such ini^rmation as may lead
to his recoven-. WM. ROPER,
Oct 23 6 " Barnwell C. H.
BEGS to inform the public that he will
open, on and after Monday, 30th Octo?
ber, the largest, and finest assortment of
DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and
FANCY ARTICLES to be found in thc
South. Being a branch of a large New
York establishment, he can sell at prices to
?.nit wholesale or retail buyers. Hereafter,
goods can bc purchased at his store at
New "Fork Prices !
His store is in the upper part of the
building occupied by Mr. /. G. Gibbes.
Office Watiiington Street, near Main.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
WE, the undersigned, have formed a
copartnership, for the purpose of
transacting a general COMMISSION and
On hand, always, a full stock of GROCE?
RIES, HARDWARE, HATS. SHOES and
FANCY GOODS. H. D. MANAHAN,
Oct 21 Imo FELIX WARLEY._
Wright & Walker,
?-?r-rv rin-miTT . T?t\TiTrt ? "?"TTC:
OMI* X O XV V? ?LXK?/J~i.t <X nu-CCI IO,
! Hopkins' T. O.. S. C. R. R.. and Columbia.
'? 8. W- WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
I Oct 19 6*
Washington Street, near Main,
HATING juat opened their stock of
goods, arc now offering, at wholesale
and retail, the following articles, at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES:
PRIME RIO COFFEE.
RICE. Extra GOLDEN SYRUP.
FLOUR, No. 1 SALMON.
No. 1 MACKEREL, kits and barrels.
Scotch Herrings. No. 1 Herrings.
( >dfish, Scaled Herrings.
Suliuon, in cans.
Raisins. Almonds, Citron.
Soap, Family and Toilet.
Salteratns, Soda and Cream Tartar.
Segars, Smoking Tobacco, Ac.
LOCKS, Door and Window Fastenings.
Axes, Spades, Shovels.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Pokers.
Cotton Cards, Coffee Mills.
Frying Pans, Well Wheels.
Curry Comba. Brushes, Ac.
Tin and Hollow Ware. '
Kerosene Lamps, (variety.)
BBls. EXCELSIOR WHISKEY, Bouroon.
XXX MONONGAHELA WHISKEY.
Brandies, Ghi and Bitters, Ac.
' A general assortment of Fancy Goods on
hand._Oct 24 G
CMA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
THE undersigned will open, about the 1st j
proximo, at the bouse on the South- i
east corner of Tlain and Gates streets, <
(nearly opoosiie tho Shiver House.) a new '
and complete assortment of MJLRCKAN- :
DIZE in the above line: se lected and manu- '
factured expressly for this market. AU of ,
which will b?.' offered to the former patrons i
of China Hall at a small advance on the !
original cost. W. li. STANLEY.
THE exercises of my SCHOOL
t Willington will be resumed
j^as early in the tiext year as cir
t|*ciinistaueos will allow. Appli?
cations will bo received until 1st
Dec? : ruber.
OCTAVIUS T. PORCHEIt,
Oct 24 6 Willington, Abbeville Dist .
0. G. PARSLEY & G0M
??i)?jctf?ts i)i)? Gowiinjssioi)
Mjjjbicrr /\ -pan??,
NO. 6 NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
O. G. PARSLEY, JOHN JUDGE,
O. G. PARSLEY, Ju. HENRI' SAVAGE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSION IN EQUITY*
Office in rear of ?fe* Coart House.
SPECK & POtOCK,
General Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, ?C.
Plain strrrt. Id door frotn. Assembly,
S?pl 7 COLUMBIA. S. C._
Auction and Con
THE undersigned, having Just completed
COMMISSION SALES-ROOMS, situate?
adioininpr the Court House, ia prepared t
ESTATE?, FURNITURE, HORSES, VEHICL
i VATE SALE.
j Having secured the services of Mr. C. F. I
' for hts qualitications in ibis line of business
j faction ni all transactions entrusted to his ci
As soon ns the ie-eesssry trrangcuicnts ca
I REGULAR WEEKLY SALES, v.hi- h
j son's desirous of disposing of MERCHANT)!
FAIL \m TOTER DRY GOODS,
E. E. JACKSON'S,
THE subscriber having enlarged bi?
Store, ia prepared to ofter to bia friends
and patrons a large and varied assortment
of the most desirable DRY GOODS to be
found in thc market, at moderate prices.
His Stock comprises the following in part:
black and Colored CALICOES.
Plaid. Black and Plain Alpacas.
Silk and Wool Popbns.
Black Dress Silk.
White and Red Flannel.
Nainsook, Jaconet Cambric.
Black English Crape.
Irish Liaen, Bird-Eye Diaper.
Russia Diaper, Silk Velvet.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Gent'e Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' and Gent's Hose and Half-Hos.'-.
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves.
Ladies' Wool Shawls.
Balmoral Skirts, Hoods, Nubias.
Hoop Skirts, Ribbons.
Berage and Tissue Veils.
Black Love Veils.
Silk and Morocca Belts.
Black Doe Skin Cassnncre.
Black Broad Cloth.
Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Ncglegee Shirts, Jean Drawers.
Linen Bosom Shirts.
Black Felt and Wool Hats.
Suspenders, Neck Ties.
Long Cloth, Brown Shirting.
PiUow Case Linen.
Spool Cotton, Flax Thread.
A variety of Fancy Buttons.
1 Together with many other articles usually
found in our line. Oct 21 13
h. C. CLARKE'S,
MW YORK RETAIL PRICES ?
(10LORED, BLACK and OIL SILK.
J BLACK CRAPE.
Black Crape Veils.
Black Love and Lace \ eils.
'; French Merino.
Black, Colored and White Kid Gloves.
Gent's Linen Handkerchiefs.
Shirt Bosoms and Collars.
Corset Steels, Blonde Lace.
Lace and L?ien Collar-', Cuffs and S<;tts.
Lace, Thread, Valenciennes and Cambric
Edging and Cambric Bands.
Enchantress and Sandingham Buffing,
for Flouncing Skirts.
Lace and Linen Setts.
" " Emb d Handkerchiefs.
All earefullv selected for tins market.
Situated vu th* Kot.i nf Richland Street,
near GreertciCe Railroad, Cotvnibia.
GOLDSMITH A KIND, PUOPUIKTOR*.
THE above work8!
are now completed,!
?and thc undersigned bag
to inform thc public that
_*thev are now prepared to
! execute all kinds of IRON CASTINGS, au?h
I as are needed for agriculturists and nt
1 cbinisut, RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON,
IRON FENCING, etc. They are also pre?
pared to furnish BRASS CASTINGS of
, every description. Orders are solicited aad
will be promptly attended to.
? Oct 8_P. KIND._
bis large and commodious AUCTION A1B>
1 above bis NEW STORE, on Main stree*,
o sell all kinds or MERCHANDIZE, LEAL
ES, etc., etc., either at AUCTION or POI
IARRISON, so loug and favorably kne-jp
, he thinks he can guarantee perfect salta?
n be made, he designs inaugurating * am?
wil! present LAUE FACILITIES to all r?
ZE, etc., at auction. Oct 1 Imo
S Gr. GIBBES.