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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1865. VOL. I-NO. IS^?
PUBLISHED DAILY A.ND TM-WEEKI.Y,
BY JU LIAM" A. SE LB Y
Daily raper, sis months.$5 00
Tri-Wcckly, " " . 3 50
S nglc espies 10 cents.
Inserted at $1 per square for the first in?
sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent.
?ySpecial notices 15 cents a line.
Negroes ti ii '.1 their Late Masters.
The impression is studiously sought
to be made by the Southern corres?
pondents of cort'1 m journals of thc
North and West, that the Southern
farmers and planters entertain a sullen
feeling of revenge toward their late
bondsmen, and are only restrained
from treating them cruelly by the
presence of the Federal troops.
There is^great and manifest injustice
in charges or intimations of this kind.
The Southern people cheerfully ac?
knowledge that, as a general thing,
their slaves were true and faithful
surprisingly so-throughout the war
-a fact that was frequently remarked
upon and applauded-and they do
not blame the negroes in thc least for
what has occurred, and they frankly
so tell them. Self-interest, too, the
great controller of human actions,
teaches the late masters and all who
wish to avail themselves of the labor
of the negroes, now that everything
like force is known to be utterly out
of the question, that kindness and
good treatment, and the motives of
gain must be held out to those they
wish to retain or employ. It is now
seen and f At to be of the utmost im?
portance to all concerned, to the
black no less than to the white popula?
tion of the South, that thc kindest
and justest feelings should be main?
tained and kept up between the two
classes, and whoever, by word or
deed, does aught to disturb this rela?
tion, is the enemy of both, especially
of the black, who is, and must neces?
sarily continue to be, the weaker party.
As a general rule, the late masters
of the negroes are, and, if permitted,
will continue to be, the best and.
truest friends of those who were re?
cently their slaves, and many of the
negroes feel and admit that such is I
the fact. The attachment which ex
isted between them-and, in mimer- j
ous cases, there was a real, strong
and generous attachment-still exists, I
and will continue to exist to the ad
vantage of both, if not broken up by j
intrusive and pernicious outside in?
terference. The planters and farmers I
are fast becoming reconciled to the I
manumission of their slaves, and
some of them begin to hope, if they
are not already convinced, that the
result will be beneficial to the South
at large, if not to the late owners- !
provided there can be real and sub- j
stantial peace and a truce to political I
agitation and disturbance for the fu- !
ture. Whether this shall bethe eise, I
and there shall be a happy finality to
the agitation and discord, which have j
disturbed and afflicted this country
for so many long and weary years ;
and whether peace, tranquility and ?
fraternity shall be restored and estab- j
lished, must necessarily depend on i
the people of the North, and of the j
great and powerful West, who have j
it incontestably in their power to say
to thc fanatical agitators and dis
turbers everywhere-peace, be still !
Let Northern radicals hold their
tongues and forego all interference
with what does not concern them,
and let the negroes of the South be
remitted to the management of the
white men of the South, who i
thoroughly understand their natures
and necessities, and we sincerely be?
lieve that both races will work har?
moniously together for the good of
both, and for the common interest of
the whole country.
Chief Justice Chase's junketting
tour with his friends on the Commo?
dore Perry, on the lakes, costs the
country S'2,000, a bill to that amount
having been presented to the Col?
lector of Buffalo sent by him
to the Treasury Department and re?
turned with the order io pity ii.
That's the radical regard for tin- peo?
ALL persons who may have at any time,
bince Gen. Sherman's army passen
through this section, taken afty cotton from
the plantation of Mr. Robert Adams, will
please return the same; or, if used, make
arrangement for the payment of it with
Mr. JOHN P. ADAMS forthwith, or legal
proceedings will be commenced against
them. A. G. GOODWIN.
FUBMAN UNIVERSITY, "
Greenville, S. C.
11HE EXERCISES of this Institution
. will be resumed on the 15th of Feb?
ruary ie xt.
For Circular giving further information,
application may h made to
PROF. JNO. F. LANNiiiAU,
Oct 28 fi? Secretary of Faculty.
Charleston Courier, Augusta Chronicle A
Sentinel, Edgefield Advertiser, Newberry
Herald, and Yorkvillc Enquirer, please
copy until the 15th of January, and forward
bills to the Secretary of Facultv, Greenville.
"I pr BAGS PRIME COFFEE.
LO 20 boxes Eng. Dairy CHEESE.
5 kejis prime GOSHEN' BUTTER.
5 " " LEAF LARD.
5 bbls. Crushed Sugar.
30 kits No. 1 Mackerel.
5 hah' barrels "
2,000 lbs. prime Bacon.
20 boxes Allsop's Ale.
20 " Byass1 Porter.
10 boxes Starch.
20 boxes Candles.
50 bags Shot.
5 kegs Kentucky Rifl" Powder.
1 bbl. Blue Stoiie.
100 lbs. Spanish Indigo.
10 boxes Ext. Logwood.
10 bbls. superfine. Flour.
The above goods just received and will
be sold low bv J. G. GIBBES.
P. B. GLASS,
#HAS just received a complete
?stock of Americgn and Foreign
Letter, Cap, Note, Record and
Legal Papers, of the best quabty
ENVELOPES-White, Buff, Amber, Ca?
nary, Gold and Fancy Colors, of superior
Gold and Steel Pens, Pencils, Writing
Inks, Mucilage, Pocket-books. Inkstands.
Sealing Was, Pen-holders, India Rubber,
Black-board Crayon, Slates, Ac.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS - various
styles; Sheet Music, Violin Strings, Fancy
Articles, & c. ALSO,
Additional supplies of SCHOOL-BOOKS.
Sales-room, at present, on Plain street,
two doors West of Nickerson's Hotel.
Oct 28 3
SEW HOODS! SEW GOODS! !
MM'l. & A, SMITH
V. ILL open THIS DAY an
I. gmt stock of MILLINE?
RY, consisting of :
BONNETS, trimmed and un
; rimmed; linc French FLOW?
ERS, assorted FEATHERS,
.Felt HATS, Beavers, Nellie.
(?rant Hats, Butterfly, Rocky Point, Sara?
toga, Victoria and Derby Hats, Jot and
Steel Ornaments, ('uris, Bonnet Ribbons,
Ac, which she invites the ladies to cull and
examine, at her residence on Taylor street,
one door from Assembly. Oct 20 3*
BanK of Hamburg, S. C.
ACONVENTION of the Stockholders of
this Bank is called to meet at their
Bunking 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 fully represented.
A. C. DECOTTES, Cashier.
Hamburg, S. C., Oct, 20, 1805.
Oct 27 . 3_
Drawing, Painting, &c.
r?THOSE desirous of taking Lessons in
JL DRAWING, PAINTING IN OIL,
WATER AND PASTILLE, can do so upon
application to the undersigned at the resi?
dence of Pr. 1*. M. Cohen, Pickens street,
head of Lady.
Instructions in the above branches of
\rt given at Schools; also. Lissons in
LAURENCE L. COHEN, SEN'S.,
Oct 24 Artist.
Wright & Walker,
A WD FORWARDING AGENTS,
Hopkin?' J'. <).. S. C. I!. A'., .//o? <'<,luirhio
s. W WRIGHT. C. 15. W .vLKEli
Oct 19 ?*
Situation as Governess Wanted.
AYOUNG LADY ia desirons of obtaining
a SITUATION as Governess in a pri?
vate family, t? undertake the education of
several young children. All the English
branches taught. Salary not so much an
object as the obtainment of a good home.
References exchanged; Apply at this office.
KENNETH & GIBSON.
ACHOICE supply of BOURBON WHIS?
KEY. Cognac "and Apple BRANDY,
SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS, GIN, CHAM?
PAGNE, Sparkling Catawba, Port. Sherry
and Claret WINE.
HARDWARE of every description.
An extensive assortment of GROCERIES.
Hazard's Kentucky Rifle Gunpowder.
Shot and Percussion Caps.
Crockeryware of every variety,
'otton and Wool Cards. Blue Stone, Cop
as, Teas. Coffee and Sugars, Cheese and
everything found in a hastily grocery-all
of which will be sold at reasonable prices.
_Oct 27 2 KENNETH ic GIBSON.
COLGATE'S FIXE TOILET SOAP.
JUST received, a very large assortment,
which will be sold verv low.
Oct 27 2 KENNETH A GIBSON.
'il 1 I
8CHESTS Hyson, Young HysOn, Impe?
rial, Oolong and Japan TEAS. Among
tin m several of the same brands and
grades of fine Green and Biaek Teas for?
merly sold with so much satisfaction to the
consumer. In 4- ? and 1 lb. caddies.
1 package Fulton Market BACON I
3 tierces NEW YORK HAMS.
Oct 26 3 c. . II. BALDWIN. j
I MRS. EMMA ROE
"has opened an EAT?
ING HOUSE,on Lin?
coln street, one door from Lady, where gen?
tlemen eau procure their re .alar MEALS, j
LUNCHES, etc., at all h< ors. The very
best of everything in the market will be
furnished. New York and Charleston OYS?
TERS received every dav. and served in
every style. SOUP EVERY DAY, from ll
until 2, during Session. Oct 25 *>*
BOOKS UH 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 Cuitar and Violin. PHOTOGRAPH AL?
Sales-room, at present, on Plain street,
near Nickerson's Hotel, where he will be
pleased t<) serve his old friends and the
public generally. Oct 21
B'lOS to inform the public that he will
open, on and after Monday, 30th Octo?
ber, the largest and finest assortment of
DRY GOODS. POOTA. SHOES, H ATS a-nd
FANCY ARTICLES to be found in the
Sont:!. Being a branch of a large New
York establishment, he can sell at prices to
suit wholesale or retail buyers. Hereafter,
goods can be purchased at his store, at
New York Prices !
His store is in the upper part of thc
budding occupied by .Mr. J. G. Gibbes,
O t 21_'_
MRS. J. A. LES HER respectfully in?
forms the ladies of Columbia ami
vicinity that she is prepared to carry on
DRESS. CLOAK and MANTILLAA-MAK
ING. Also, a full supply of Paper Patterns,
at reasonable prices R?sidence at Mrs. S.
A. Smith's Millinery establishment. Taylor
street. O. t 26 4'
a ^ ilAS just received un in
voice of Ladies', Gentlemen's
//J N-w and Misses' BALMORAL, PO
V-^^LISH, CONGRESS AND
Oct 22 One door above Court House.
Post Coaches-Mail Route.
A LINE, of FOUR HORSE
. ?POST COACHES will have
.???,\'J-- v<ty2 Columbia daily for Hopkins'
Turn-Out, on S. C. R. R., at 3
a. m.; to arrive in time for the < h ar les ton
train same day. Seats eau be secured at
Collin fi Unveil, l's store.
Oct 1~> 13* WAltD .V HARVEY.
LI?M3LEN & Mc?EE,
VGENTS of Ralthnoru Window obs*
Manufactory, can furnish o I.ASS at
manufacturers'prices, l>j the und BO
1 heit orders for the same. Oct 8 boo
LUMSDEN & MCGEE'S*
CANS cf OYSTERS, small and large.
Cans of Lobsters, fresh.
Kits of Salmon.
Cases of New Cod Fish.
Hulf Bbls. Family Flour, best.
Boxes Genuine Sperm Candles.
Cans West India l'reserves.
Cans Fresh Beaches and Tomatoes.
And various other good things.
Oct 25 wsm3
AVALUABLE AND WELL SETTLED
k PLANTATION in Richland District,
on thc Waicree River, four miles fi om the
Railroad, containing about 5,000 Acres of
Land, upwards of 2,000 cleared and well
fenced. On thc place are 40 Excellent
Negro Houses, a Steam Saw Mill and Ghi
House, and all the other necessary out?
buildings. All the stock of Cattle and
Mules on the place, together with the pre?
sent crop of Corn, will be sold cheap to an
approved tenant. There are now on the
5lace 300 Negroes, most of whom can be
oubth-ss hirod f?r the next year.
For terms and particulars applv to Hon.
WM. AIKEN, Charleston, Dr. Robert W.
GIBBES, Columbia, or Dr. D. W. RAY,
near Gadsden. Oct 24 12
amm DR. D. P. GREGG win be in Co
'?l?r^&himbia in a few days, ready to re?
ceive professional calls from his old patrons
or new ones. He may be found at Mr.
Niekerson's Hotel. Oct 17
New Goods !
THE subscriber has now in store a rea?
sonable stock of standard GROCERIES
and SUPPLIES, which he offers to the pub?
lic at fair rateaba part of which is as fol?
25 bbls. Cr'd, A. and C. SUGARS.
4 hhds. good BROWN SUGAR.
5 bbls. S. H. SYRUP.
05 boxes Sperm and Adam'ne CANDLES.
70 " Family and N; . 1 SOAP.
20 " TOILET SOAP, assorted.
20 bags Java and Rio COFFEE.
20 packages STARCH.
5 tierces. Natural LEAF LARD. !
10 hhds. Bacon SIDES and SHOULDERS.
1 tierce BREAST-PIECES.
2 " S. C. H AMS.
25 bbls. and bair bbls. FLOUR.
40 packages MACKEREL.
40 boxes SCALED HERRINGS.
10 bbls. "Peach blow- POTATOES.
20 sacks Liverpool SALT.
19 bbls. W. W. :. nd Cider VINEGAR.
30 doz. WOOD BUCKETS.
20 " BLOOMS, assorted. j
BLUE VITRIOL, COPPERAS
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 article^ usually found
ir: a carefully selected stock.
C. IL BALDWIN,
At the old stand of Allen A Dial.
Office Washington Street, near Main,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
lifji, tho undersigned, have formed a
W copartnership, for the purpose of
transacting a general COMMISSION and
On hand, alwavs, a full stock of GROCE
BJES HARDWARE, HATS, SHOES and
FANCY GOODS. H. D. HANAHAN,
()<l 24 Imo FELIX WARLEY._
0. C. PARSLEY ?~C0*t
Jmporleirs qoO Cofriftfission
NO. ? NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
O. G. PARSLEY, JOHN JUDGE,
O. G. PARSLEY, Jr.. HENRY SAVAGE.
Auction and COE
rp.IE undersigned, having just completed
_L COALS! 1 ssle?N SALES-ROOMS, sit?ate
adjoining the Court House, ta prepared!
ESTATE, FURNITURE, HORSES, VEHICI
VATE SALK. , ,
Having secured tie- services ot Mr. <'. I. \
for his qualifications in this hue of business
faction in ?ll transactions entrusted to bis c
As soon a-< tile necessary arrangements ca
tem of REGULAR WEEKLY SALES, which
son desirous of disp .sing of MERCRANP]
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
E. E. JACKSON'S,
THE subscriber having enlarged his
Store, is prepared to offer to his friends
and patrons a lar^o and varied assortment
of the most desirable DRY GOODS to be
found in the market, at moderate prices.
His Stock comprises the following in part:
Black and Colored CALICOES.
Plaid, Black and Tlaiii Alpacas.
Silk and Wool Poplins.
Black Dress Silk.
I^Opera Flannel, White and Red Flannel.|
Nainsook, Jaconet Cambric.
Black EngMsh Crape.
Irish Linen, Bird-Eye Diaper.
Russia Diaper, Silk "Velvet.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Gent's Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' and Gent's Hose and Half-Hose.
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves.
Ladies' Wool Shawls, Cloth Cloaks..,
Balmoral Skirts, Hoods, Nubias.
Hoop Skirts, Ribbons.
Borage and Tissue Veds.
Black Love Veils.
Silk and Morocca Belts.
Black Doe Skin Cassimore.
Black Broad Cloth, Kentucky Jeans.
Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Neglegee Shirts, Jcau Drawers.
Linen Bosom Shirts.
Black Felt and Wool Hats.
Suspenders, Neck Ties.
Long Cloth, Brown Shirting.
Pillow Case Linen.
Spool Cotton, Flax Thread.
A variety of Fancy Buttons.
Together with many other articles usually
found in our line. Oct 21 13
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
THE undersigned will open, about the 1st
proximo, at tho house on the South?
east corner of Plain and Gates 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 thc former patrons
of China Hall at a small advance on the
original cost. \V. B. STANLEY.
SUantcd on th? Foot of Richland Street,
near Greenville. Railroad, Cohtmbia.
GOLDSMITH A KIND, PROPUIHTOBS.
THE above work8f^J
are now completed, ?SP
*=a?md the undersigned beg
to inform the public that
__'t.hev are now prepared to
j execute all kinds of ?RON CASTINGS, such
as are needed for agriculturists and ma?
chinists, RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON,
IRON FENCING, etc. They are also pre
1 pared to furnish BRASS CASTINGS of
evcrv description. Orders are solicited and
will be promptly attended to.
Oct 8 _ P. KIND._
D. B. DeS AUSSTJRE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
C0MM!$$!0??EH liv EQt??TY*
Oftice in i ;ar of thu Court House.
SPECK & PCLOCK,
General Commission Merchant?
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, &C.
Plain street, '2d door from Assembly,
Sent 7 t'Qbl'MI'.IA. S. C._
bis large and commodious AUCTION AND
il above his NEW STORE, on Main streeL
o sell all kind? of MERCHANDIZE, REAL
,ES, etc, etc., either at AUCTION or PRI
?ARRISON, so long and favorably known
, bc thinks ho can guarantee perfect satis
ii lu- made, he designs inau??urathiK a sys
will present RARE FACILITIES to all p?i
[ZE, etc., at auction. Oct 1 Imo
S G. GIBBES.