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COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5.
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?^?Special notices 15 cents a linc.
MASONIC MISSION. -We axe pleased
to learn that the Masonic fraternity of
our capital city of Columbia, whose
lodges and material have all been de?
stroyed in the late disaster which has
befallen that city, have appointed a
commission, consisting of the Hon.
W. Gilmore Simms, |IJIJ.D. and Mr.
Robert S. Bruns, to proceed to the
chief cities of the North, with the
hope to obtain from the liberality of
the fraternity the succor which will
enable them to rebuild their ruined
shrines and habitations, and resume
the proper working of their several
lodges. We trust that this mission
of fraternity will be duly welcomed
and properly appreciated by the
country. It is, briefly, in the case of
so powerful a body as the Masons,
the most important step towards re?
conciliation which has yet been made,
and is inferior to none in its probable
effects upon both sections. These
gentlemen will proceed by sea in the
steamer Moneka direct for New York.
We are pleased to record the fact that1
the freedom of the railroads has been
accorded them, and that Messrs. Wil- !
lis i: Chisholm, hearing of their mis?
sion, have tendered them also the
freedom of their line of steamers,
both going and returning. These
handsome tributes, the evidence of
equal liberality and policy, are worthy
of remembrance. Mr. Sims is weil
known as one of the most gifted
minds and ablest writers in the coun?
try. -Charleston Co wier.
P. B. Gr L A S S.
HAS just received & complete
fstock of Americgn and Foreign
Letter, Cap, Nott-, Record and
Legal Papers, of the best quality
ENVELOPES-White, Ruff, Amber, Ca?
nary. Gold and Fancy Colors, of superior
Gold and Steel Pens, Pencils. Writing
Inks. Mucilage, Pocket-books, Inkstands,
Sealing Wax, Pen-holders, India Rubber,
Black-board Crayon, Slates, &c.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS - various
styles; Sheet Music, Violin Strings, Fancy
Articles, Ac. ALSO.
Additional supplies of SCHOOL-BOOKS.
Sales-room, at present, on Plain street,
two doors West of Nickerson's Hotel.
Oct 28 3
IAll persons in the Districts of Rich
. land. Lexington, Fairfield and Ker?
shaw, who have in their possession or con?
trol property belonging to i..elate so-called
Confederate Government, are directed to
give immediate notice thereof, and to sur?
render the same to the undersigned on or
b sf ore November 1st. This order embraces
cotton and every other description of Gov?
ernment property, no matter under what
authority the same may be h 'd or de?
2. Parties holding property for which
receipts have been given will exhibit them
3. Persons having information which will
lead to the detection of individuals who
have sold, abstracted, or concealed Govern?
ment property, and who furnish informa?
tion thereof, will be fairly compensated.
4. Publie sales will be held at this placo
on WEDNESDAY, at K> A. M. of each
week, at the College Campus, of Govern?
ment property. Terms cash.
5. All persons who fail to comply with
this order will subject themselves tu arrest
Asst. Special Treasury Agent.
COLUMBIA, October 12. 1865.
?3" Fairfield, Lexington and Kershaw
District papers will copv four times aud
-end hill to this office. October 15 H10+-1
LillUU 1 0 ?I
COLUMBIA. S. C.
^.??Y THE undersigned, having
leased the large and com?
modious building known as
the "Columbia Methodist
.," has opened it as a FIRST
CLASS HOTEI . T. s. NICKERSON,
sept ll Proprietor.
BACON! BACON 2
2f\f\f\ LBS. verv superior BACON
.V/V/vJ STRIPS, in foul- ami five lb.
5>ieces, at 37? cents per lb. by tbe piece,
fust received and for sale bv
Oct 25+6^ El POLLARD.
Ban* of Hamborg, S. C.
ACONTENTION of thc Stockholders of
this Bank in called to meet at their
Banking House, in this place, on "WED?
NESDAY, 22d November next.
Attendance either in person or by proxv
is earnestly requested, so that the stock
mav be fnl?v represented.
A. C. DECOTTES, Cashier.
Hamburg, S. C.. Oct, 20. 1865. Oct 27 23
Greenville, S. C.
m HE EXERCISES of this Institution
1 will be resumed on the 15th of Feb?
For Circular giving further information,
application mav be made to
PROF. JNO. F. LANNEAU,
Oct 28 67 Secretary of Faculty.
Charleston Courier, Augusta Chronicle A
Sentinel. Edgefield Advertiser, Newberry
Herald, and Yorkville Enquirer, please
copy unid the 15th of January, and forward
bills to the Secretary of Faculty, Greenville.
jjm^ THE exercises of my SCHOOL
aL^m\ at WUlington will be resumed
?4jjl?^Bfeas early in the next year as cir
^ISWBgcunistancea will allow. Appli
jjW??? cations will be received until 1st
OCTAVIUS T. PORCHER,
Oct 24 6 Wiliington, Abbeville Dist.
The Sonth Carolina College.
#THE exercises of this College
will be resumed on the FIRST
MONDAY in January next.
The Facultv having been au?
thorized by thc Board of Trus?
tees to exercise their discretion
as to thc requisites of applicants for admis?
sion, such indulgence as thc circumstances
will permit will be extended.
Applicants must present themselves on
che first Mondav in January.
C hairman of Faculty.
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 23, 1865.
Kv' AU papers in the State will please
publish once a week until 1st November
next, and forward bills to the Treasurer of
the College, Rev. C. BRUCE WALKER.
Sept 23 ^ "
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
h. C. CLARKE,
Washington Street, Opposite Old Jail.
RIBBONS. COLOGNE. TOILET POW- I
DER. VERBENA WATER, TOILET 1
j SOAPS, SOZODONT, DIAPER PINS, Toilet
I Powder Boxes, Silk and Leather Belts, Cor
I sets, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes, Gloves,
i Linen Braids, Tape, Shawls, Edgings, Bal
? moral Skirts, Calicoes, Traveling Bags,
I Portmonaies, Canton Flannel, Cassimeres
I and Cloths, for Gent s wear, Blankets, Hats,
Whalebone, Zephyr Worsted, Black Bomba
j zinc. Black French Merino. Black Alpaca,
: B. E. Diaper, Huck. Diaper, Cloak Orna?
ments and Trimmings, Serpentine Silksand
i Worsted Braids, Fancy. Pearl, Agate. Bone,
Metal and other Battons, Shell and Iniita
I tion Tuck Combs, Dress Trimmings. Mar
: celine shawl Pins, Menefour, Ladies' Meri
! no Vests, Drawers and Petticoats, Gilt and
1 Jct Belt Buckles. Ge:.'.' Merino Drawers
I and Undervests, Waterfalls and Pads, Lace
; Veils, Marceline Silk, Ac. Oct 29
j O CHESTS Hyson. Young Hyson, Impe
I ? rial, Oolong'and Japan TEAS. Amone:
I them several of the same brands and
j grade-, nf fine Green and Black Teas for
! merly sold with so much satisfaction to the
consumer. In |, '. and 1 lb. caddies.
. 1 package Ftdton Market BACON
I 3 tierces NEV. l'ORK HAMS.
Oct 26 :i_ C. H. BALDWIN.
' ^ /Tl MRS. EMMA ROE
; U ^has opened an EAT
i N=iL/ INO HtirsE.onLn.-^S^^iEa
' . oin street, one dotu from Lady, where gen
i tlernen eau pro. ure their regular MEALS.
\ LUNCHES, etc., at all hours. The very
I lu st of everything in the market will be
I furnished. New York and Charleston OYS?
TERS received every dav. and served in
evcrvstvle. SOUP EVERY DAY, from ll
'? until 2. during Session. Oct 25 C"
1CA.SE Beck A Berkmans celebrated
SMOKING TOBACC O-'-Virginia"
brand: a good article, received vesterdav.
Oct 20 2 _C. H. BALDWIN.'
IWELL hire 75 to UH) MEN, white or
black, to get out cross-ties for the rail?
road, ten indes above Columbia. Full
rations and ? 10 per month paid.
Oct 27 3_ J. G. GIBBES.
SAMUEL R. BLACK has resumed thc
practice of law, and can be found at his
office, next door to his residence, on Senate
street, third house in rear of Mr. Tren
holm's residence, near Stark's Hill, and
diagonally opposite to thc Minces STrk'G
garden._Oct 27 3*
WG. EMBLETON begs to inform the
. inhabitants of Columbia that he is
Srepared to execute ENGRAVING, of every
cscriptlon, with neatness and despatch.
Residence near the Fair Grounds.
"VTEW SUPPLY, just received bv
?TN Oct 28 2 SIMONS' & KERRISON.
OTARD BRANDY & PORT WINE.
ONE-HALF Pipe Pure Otard BRANDY.
One Cask London Dock PORT WINE.
5 Barrels Keller's Kentucky Whiskey, se?
lected and guaranteed to be pure for Me?
dicinal use. The above wiU 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 2t> f3 E. & G.*D. HOPE.
FAMILY FLOUR AND RICE,
-| jr BARRELS Extra Familv FLOUR.
XeJ 18 Barrels Rangoon RICE.
For sale lo?-bv E. A- G. D. HOPE.
Oct 26 +3
PERSONS having business in my office,
will lind me, between the hours of 'J
a. m. and 2 p. m., in the office of William
R. Huntt, Sccretarv of State, one door East
of the Post Office, in the College Campus.
Oct 28 Treasurer Upper Division.
Drawing, Painting, &c.
THOSE desirous of taking Lessons in
DRAWING, FAINTING IN OIL,
WATER AND PASTILLE, can do so upon
application to the un '?rsigned, at the resi
j dence of Dr. P. M. ? oben, Dickens street,
head of Lady.
; Instructions in the above branches of
Art given at Schools: also, Le.-sous in
LAURENCE L. COHEN, SrN'r...
! Oct 24_ _ Artist.
A Couple cf Gentlemen
ATTENDING the Legislature, or a Lady
and Gentleman, or a couple of Young
I Men, can be very comfortablv accommo?
dated with BOARD and LODGING, at West
end of Lumber street, four squares and
a-half fruin Main street, in the vicinity of
the Arsenal. For farther particulars, in?
quire^ at^ie^rhce^)f_the P tar nix. Oct 28
Ale and Porter.
JUST received, and will be sold low, to
50 doz. ALLSOP S ALE.
50 ?i BYASS' LONDON TORTER, by
Oct 28 J2__ HARDY SOLOMON.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
RESPECTFULLY advises the public that
hr is receiving new supplies 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 Nickerson'8 Hotel, where he will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public generally._Oct 21
BEGS to inform the public that he will
open, on and after Monday, 30th Octo?
ber, the largest and lincst assortment of
DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and
FANCY ARTICLES to be found in the
South. Being a branch of a large New
Y irk establishment, he can sell at ju ices to
suit wholesale or retail buyers. Hereafter,
goods can be purchased at Iiis store at
New York Prices !
His store is in the upper part of Un?
building occupied by Mr. J. G. Gibbes.
DR. D. P. GREGG will be in Co?
lumbia in a few days, ready to re
> ei > i pi < ii?. .j.
or new ones. He may ! e found at Mr.
Nickerson's Hotel. O.t 17
A SELECT ASSORTMENT OF
LAD IBS' HOSE,
. " APRON CHECK,
BUTTONS, BUCKLES, Ac, Ac. For sale at
COFFIN A RAVENEL'S,
Oct 29 3* Assembly street.
MULES ! MULES !
JUST arrived from North Caro?
lina and for sale at C. Logan's lots,
_?27 head of fino and weU-broke
:.S. Call and examine for yourselves.
Oct 28 3*_C. LOGAN.
L HAS just received an in
MW V voice of Ladies', Gentlemen's
\ an? Misses' BALMORAL, PO
W 'Mlfcl LISH, CONGRESS AND
Oct 22 Ono door above Court House.
Post Coaches-Mail Route.
A LUNE of FOUR-HORSE
_ POST COACHES will leave
?&3??p3Z Columbia dailv for Hookina'
Turn-Out, on S. C. E. E., at 3
a. m.; to arrive in time for the Charleston
train same day. Seats can be secured at
Coffin A Bavenel's store.
Oct 15 26*_WARDAR HARVEY._
A VALUABLE AND WELL SETTLED
il. PLANTATION in Richland District,
on thc Wateree River, four miles from the
Railroad, containing about 5,000 Acres of
Land, upwards of 2,000 cleared and well
fenced. On the place are 40 Excellent
Negro Houses, a Steam Saw Mill and Gin
House, and ail the other necessary out?
buildings. All tho stock of Cattle and
Mules on thc place, together with the pre?
sent crop of Corn, will be sold cheap to p ?
approved tenant. There are now on the
place 300 Negroes, most of whom can be
doubtless hu ed fer the next year.
For terms and particulars'appiv to Hon.
WM. AIKEN, Charleston. Dr. Robert W.
GIBBES. Columbia, or Dr. D. W. RAY,
near Gadsden. Oct 2-4 12
Office Washington Street, near Main,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WE, thc undersigned, have formed a
copartnership, for the purpose of
transacting a general COMMISSION and
On hand, alwavs, a full stock of GROCE?
RIES, HARDWARE, HATS, SHOES and
FANCY GOODS. H. D. HANAHAN,
Oct 24 brno FELIX WARLEY.
67 PARSLEY & C0*t
NO. 6 NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
O. G. PARSLEY, JOHN JUDGE,
O. G. PARSLEY, Jr.. HENRY SAVAGE.
Oct 24 Imo
LUMSDEN & McGEE,
AGENTS of Baltimore Window (?boss
Manufactory, can furnish GLASS at
manufacturers'prices, by the box, -nd so- i
licit orders for the same. C-i ? imo
Wright & Wate,
AND FORWARD7 . iE ?TS,
Hopkins' T. O.. S. C. . .'amino.
S. W. WRIGHT. . y LK ER.
Oct 19 6*
IVIE undersigned, 1 mpleted
COMMISSION SA <MS, situate
adjoining the Court h ? |.'..-pared i
ESTATE, FURNITURE, i. . VEHICI
Having secured the services of Mr. C. F.
for his qualifications in this line of business
faction m all transactions entrusted to Iiis c
As soon as the necessary a" gements ci
tem of REGULAR WEEK! ! : s. which
sons det-iroiis of disposin, 'fERCHAND!
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
E. E. JACKSON'S,
BED ELU S ROW.
THE subscriber having enlarged bia
Store, is prepared to offer to his friend*
and patrons a large and varied assortment
of the most desirable DEY 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 Poplins.
Black Dress Silk.
ftOpera Flannel, White and Red Flannel.
Nainsook, Jaconet Cambric.
Black English Crape.
Irish Linen, Bird-Eye Diaper.
Russia Diaper, Silk Velvet,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Gent's Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies7 and Gent's Hoso and Half-Hose.
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves.
Ladies' Wool Shawls, Cloth Cloaks.
Balmoral Skirts, Hoods, Nubias.
Hoop Skirts, Ribbons.
Berage and Tissue Veils.
Black Love Veils.
Silk and Morocca Belts.
Black Doe Skin Cassimere.
Black Broad Cloth, Kentucky Jeans.
Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Ncglegec Shirts, Jean 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 usuaUy
found in our linc. Oct 21 13
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
I HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS?
j rilHE undersigned will open, about tho 1st
i J. proximo, at tho house on the South?
east corner of Plain and Gates streets,
j (nearly opposite thc Shiver House,) a new
! and complete assortment of MERCHAN
I DIZE in the above line; selected and manu?
factured expressly for this market. All of
I which will he offered to tho former patrons
i of China Hall at a small advance on the
I original cost. W. B. STANLEY.
Situated on the Foot of Richland Street,
near Greenville Railroad, Columbia.
GOLDSMITH <V KIND, PitorniETOKS.
THE above work9 f
are now completed, ?HE
?and the undersigned beg
to inform thc public that
?they are now prepared ta
execute all kinds of IRON CASTINGS, such
as are needed for agriculturists and ma?
chinist?. RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON,
IRON FENCING, etc. Thev are also pre?
pared to furnish BBASS CASTINGS of
every description. Orders are solicited and
will be promptly attended to.
Oct 8 _P. KIND._
D. B. DeSAUSSURE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER IN EQUITY*
Ofliec in rear of thc Court House.
Oct 7 Imo
SPECK & POtOCK,
General Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES. DRY GOODS, &C,
Plain street, 'Jo' limn- from Assembly,
Sept 7 COLUMBL\, s. c.
his large and commodious AUCTION ANB
d above his NEW STORE, on Main street
? sdi all kinda of MERCHANDIZE, BEAL
.KS, etc.. etc., either at AUCTION or PRI
HARRISON. so long and favorably known
? , he thinks he can guarantee perfect satis
m be made, he designs inaugurating a svs
will present BABE FACILITIES to all pbi
[ZE, etc. at auction. Oct 1 Imo
S Gr. GIBBES.