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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1865. VOL. I-NO. 19V
PUBLISHED DAILT AND TR1-WEEKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
TER .US-IX AD VAXCE,
Daily Paper, six months.$5 00
rri-AVcekly, " " . 3 50
.Single espies 10 cents.
Inserted at $1 per square for tho first in?
sertion, ami 75 cents for each subsequent.
RiTSpecial notices 15 cents a line.
The revenue of the United States,
from all sources except loans, for the
three mouths ending September 30th,
was one hundred and forty-six mil?
lions of dollars, by far the largest sum
ever received during any similar
period. The internal revenue re?
ceipts continue large, and for the
present month will amount to twenty
five or thirty millions of dollars.
According to their arithmetics, the
"Democratic" party is always gaining
votes, but then the trouble is, they
cannot reduce Republican majorities.
J. C. GREEN would respectfully inform
his ohl patrons and the public generally,
that ho has made an engagement with the
firm cf FISHER .V LOWRANCE, (success?
ors to tlie chi firm of Fisher iV, Agnew,)
where bc would be pleased to see them.
Our stock will be complete in all the seve?
ral branches, viz: DRY GOODS, HARD?
WARE. GROCERIES; in fact, almost every
rhing a family or a plantation may want.
All of which will bc sohl at thc LOWEST
RATES. The store is on Main street, at
the .?ld stand of Fisher A Heinitsh.
Nov 13 4*
rpHE copartnership heretofore existing
i. nndi ;. thc name of O'BRIEN & MCAN?
DREWS, is hereby dissolved by mutual
Thc business will be conducted in faturc
by RICHARD O'BRIEN, who is authorized
to collect all claims due thc late concern,
previous publications to the contrary not?
withstanding. R. O'BRIEN,
COLUMBIA, S. C., November ll. 1865.
Nov l-l 1*
FROM my yard, foot of Lady
street, on Thursday, '.uh instant, a
dark brown STUD MULE. A libe?
ral reward will be paid for tho re
>very of the same to
Nov 15 3 Congarce Iron Works.
Clarkson &. Talley,
CO LC M Ul A, S. C.,
VTTTLL attend to purchase and sale of I
>> BONDS, STOCKS, BANK BILLS, &c. ?
Titos. B. CLARKSON. S. OLIN TALLEY.
Nov io . Imo*
BOXES FINE TABLE SALT,
BOXES SPERM CANDLES.
.. London SEALING WAX.
Race and Ground GINGER,
?tars West India Chow-Chow Preserves. I
At LUM.SDEN .v McGEE'S.
Nov ll 3*
rpHL publication of this WEEKLY KERI
1 Cb ?i s PAPER will bc resumed in 1
JANUARY NEXT. The names of sub- 1
scribers maybe sen; to thc proprietor, at i
i olmo bia, S. c. Payment will not be re- !
qnired until after tho i.->nu of the first ?
number. c. T. MASON. |
v.b- Papers throughout the State will
c infer a favor by extending this notice. i
X? 2 . _ I
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
rpm", subscriber, thankful to his friends
JL and thc public for the very liberal pa?
tronage heretofore bestowed, sol ici rs a con?
tinuance of tin same, lb lt manufacturing
dailv a superior article of ASSORTED
CANDY, ?READ and CAKES of every de?
scription, snch as Pound, Fruit. Sponge,
Queen. Rock, Jumbles. Lady Fingers,
Shewsbnry, Plum. Jelly. Meringues, Ging? r
Snaps, Cocoa-nut Drops, ?ingar biscuit.
Ginger-bread, Washington, Ginger-nuts,
&C. CaUi s iced and ornamented to order.
Dessert Dishes prepared at short notice.
Candies, of my own manufacture, wholesale
FRESH RREAD and ROLLS every even?
ing, at So'clock; Pl ES and PUFF PASTE
TARTS every morning. J. MCKENZIE.
On Plain s'treel, next door to the corner
of Gates street, in the immediate vicinity
of th( Shiver House and the Columbia
PlKti ,< Olliee, Columbia, S. C. Nov 2 3*
FISHER & AGNEW,
HAVE just received a large and com?
plete stock of HARDWARE, compris?
ing Carpenters1 and Tanning Tools, Iron
Everything wanted in the GROCERY
line-Bugara Coffees, Toas. Mackerel, Li?
quors, Segara, &c.
And. having secured the services of Mr.
J. C. GREEN, would respectfully ask the
attention of ti.e ladies of the city and sur?
rounding eouiitrv to their stock of DRY
GOODS-Des Laines, French, English and
American Prints. Cambrics, Alpacas, Hoop
Skirts, Shoes and Bootees, &c.
Nov 14 Rao FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE undersigned (formerly of Danville.
Ya.,) Leg leave to inform the ladies and
gentlemen of the city of Columbia and sur?
rounding country, ?tat they are building a
store-house on Main street, at Bronson's
old stand, where they will keep a largo as?
ROOTS AND SHOES.
Due notice will bc given what day wc
Shall be alil? to open for business, which
will be in about ten days, and ladies, as well
as gentlomi u, would do well to wait and
examine on: su..'.- before purchasing else?
where. ARELES. MYERS & CO.
Nov lt 6*
37MIESH BUCKWHEAT FLOL'R.
^ " RUTTER.
Baltimore Hams and Strip Race::.
Superior Goshen Cheese.
Assortment Crackers and Biscuits.
Vermicelli and Maecaroni.
Allspice, Pepper and Nutmegs.
Chocolate, Cocoa, Ac. At
Nov il y, LUMSDEN & McGEE'S.
FRESH and Spiced OYSTERS, in cans.
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
Fresh PEACHES and TOMATOES.
Capers and Tomato CATSUP.
" Pickles and Brand} Peaches.
Concentrated Essence Jamaica (?inger.
Cooking Extracts, assorted.
Pure Lemon Syrup and Olive Oil.
Cooking and washing Soda, icc. Just re?
ceived at LUMSDEN ?t McGEE'S.
Nov ll i3
BOXES SCOTCH HERRINGS
BEES, splendid IRISH POTATOES.
Kits SALMON and MACKEREL.
BLADDERS PUTTY, .Ve. Just received at
Nov ll |3 LUMSDEN & McGEE'S.
Silver-plated and Britannia Goods !
VT STANLEY'S, (corner (?ates and Plain
streets, near Shiver House,) consisting
of CASTORS, CAKE. BASKETS, WAITERS,
TEA SETTS, CUPS, FORKS, SOUP LA?
DLES, WATER DIPPERS, CANDLE?
STICKS. T< a, Table and Dessert SP< ?ONS,
Rutter Knives. Sugar Shells. Ac, Do-abb
Plate on White Metal. Wan-anted.
Nov 7 3
T>Y order of the Court of Eqnitv, we will
1 > sell, ..ti Ulst dav of Novemb? I; ls.;-,, at
public auction, at thc late residence of Hon.
John Belton O'Neill, deceased, all of said I
deceased's PERSONAL PROPERTY on said
place, consisting of a large Librarv of Law
and Miscellaneous BOOKS, Household and
Kitchen FURNITURE, two CARRIAGES,
HORSES. MULES, CATTLE, HOGS,
SHEEP, CORN, FODDER. PLANTATION
To? ?Ls and other articles.
TEBMS CASH And propertv not to be
removed until paid for; and'in all eases
where thc terms of salo are not complied
with, tin; property will be re-sold at same
place, on the M?ndav foll-,win-, to wit:
Al thc same time, the PLANTATION,
consisting of about nineteen hundred aeres,
will be rented, either in Holds or as a whole,
re.mired to si . ure rent.
W. H. HARRINGTON,
C. P POPE,
JOHN C. CALDWELL,
Nov '.) 4.-/- A. T. REESE, Excc'rs.
Newberry, s. c.. \ov. 4. ls<;.">.
.<-- \ /'"A N. BIRAGH1 & co. ??w.
ens stn.;, between Plain and Camden
streets. Tliey will receive daily from
Chariest, m fresh OYSTERS, FISH AND
(?AME. N'o]>ains will bo spared bv them
to give satisfaction. N. BIRAGH1 ft CO.
Oct 31 tuth?*
New Goods !
INFORMS city ami country dealers th
he hasjust opened at his establishmcn .
over J. G. Gibbes", near the Court House, i
largo and handsome stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY ARTICLES,
BOOTS, SHOKS, HATS, etc.,
Which he offers at wholesale at prices as
low, or lower, Gian they can be bought for
in Charleston or elsewhere -barely adding
cost of transportation. Nov s Imo
??"Camden, Abbeville, Anderson, Green?
ville and Newberry papers copy three times
and forward bills.
INTENDING to change my business and
stop thc retail business, I offer my re?
tail stock, from this day, at greatly
Berages, Shot\aid Powder,
Muslins. Table Salt,
Poplins, Nails, j
L uderslurts, Iron.
Hoods, M. 0. Molasses,
Hoop Skirts, Tea,
Hats, * Fort Wine,
Crockery, Whiskey, (Bourbon
Hardware, and Corn,)
Soda, Porter, Ale.
In addition to the above. I have in store
a large assortment of
Fancy G oods,
That I can offer, by the piece or package,
at prices much below the customary ones.
JAS. G. GIBBES.
Nov 10 f,
To Printers and Others.
FOR SALK, an INTEREST in an ESTAB?
LISHED PRINTING and N FAYS PA- :
PER OFFICE. Thc office is abundantly ?
supplied with type and fixtures, and the ?
location is a good one. Tl? establishment '
ii paying well, and, in thc course of a few '
months, will be made to pay better. Thc
association is inferior b> none. Terms rea?
sonable, md will be mad., accommodating.
Tins is a good opportunity for some one to
get into.- good business.' For full particu?
lars, address "WEEKLY",'" care i f Plnrnix
Office, Columbia, s. c. Nov Vi
E. E. JACK SOX,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
VFINE assortment of PERFUMERY
and FANCY AR I'ICLES. NOT -J 2C
Il AS just rc :civod an in?
dee of Ladies', Gentlemen's
ml Misses' BALMORAL, FO?
OLISH, CONG R E S S AND
Oct 22 On? door above Court 1 ?ouse.
Wright & Walker,
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
Hopkins' T. 0., S. C. /.'. /.'.. and COlnmJ?a.
S. W- WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
Oct 19 6*
IHAVE resumed the PRACTICE OF
LAW. Office at Greenville.
Nov 5 WADDY THOMPSON.
Lands & Stock
FTiHAT VALUABLE COTTON and PRO
JL VISION PLAPTATION, in Darlington
District, known as "Bunker Hill," formerly
thc residence of John McClenaghan. de- i
ceased, is offered for sale, containing 1,156
acres, hy a plat of W. H. Wingate, ?ur
veyor. lt is hounded on the South hy the
line of Marion District, defined hy a canal j
draining thc waters of Polk Swamp into
Black ( reek, which stream is its Northern I
boundary. Some live to six hundred acres
are cleared, under cultivation, and present
the advantages of fine cotton lands, with
rich bottom lands for corn.
On the place is a DWELLING HOUSE,
with eight rooms, a Vegetable and Flower
Garden, with all convenient out-buildings;
a new Gin-house, Barns and out-buildings
which have comfortably accommodated j
from fifty to sixty persons.
It is situated within two miles of Mar's
Bluff Station, on the Wilmington and Man- 1
chester Railroad, and within live miles of
Florence, and is too well known for its
healthfulness, lute water and its advan- j
tagssof societv, t<> need a further descrip?
With, the place, will be sold, if desired,
some S or lu prime MULES. 2 HORSES, I
CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS, CORN, FOD-.
! DER, &o..;WAGONS, CARTS, Blacksmiths
and Carpenter's TOOLS and FARMING
In the . vent that no sale is made, this :
I place will be leased fm- one y. ar from 1st
I January next : and thc perishable artic les
mentioned will he sold on the premises, for
I cash, on SATURDAY, 9th of December
For tenus and conditions, apply to L. W.
I T. Wickham. Richmond. Ya., or to thc
und. rsigii. .I. at Mar's Bluff.
W. W. HARLLEE, j
Agent for L. W. T. Wickham. ;
ftMr. S. LUCAS, on the place, will show :
tile premises, amt give persons, desirous of :
inquiring, the facilities of deciding for
themselves. Nov 15 14
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
^-p BEGS leave respectfully to inform
' gy\ his old friends and customers, and
t. Tyj^the public generally, that hi1 is now !
prepared to repair
WATCHES AND JEWEUY
Of every description, at the shortest notice
and on tin- most reasonable terms. 1
Apply at Ins residence-np-stairs-As?
sembly street. West side, one door from
??- All orders left at th . store of MEL?
VIN M. COHEN will receive the promptest
attention. Nov 5 Imo
T. W. Radcliffe,
(Formerly al the Corner of Richardson and
Plain Streets; mur atthe Corner of Pen?
dleton and Assembly streets- his dwelling,)
OFFERS everv article in his line, vi/:
WATCHES; JEWELRY. GUNS, PIS?
TOLS. POWDER, SHOT. ( A I'S. CAR?
TRIDGES for Smith's and Wesson's Pis?
tols: KNIVES, FORKS. SPOONS;Spectacles
-to suit all ages; Cold Pens th.- t.. st
assortment ever brought to this place;
Fishing Tackle, new and fresh selected by
mvself: Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs,
Walking Canes and everything usually
? will also recoivi from abroadovorv arti?
cle of MERCHANDIZE that may be con
The highest rates paid for ..hi Gold and
Silver, and all cd' the above goods named
will bc. sold at thc. lowest prie. s. Nov.".
Post Coaches-Mail Route.
A LINE, of FOUR-HORSE
rV... ( POST COACHES will leave
. .. .. :' .( Columbia daily for Hopkins'
" Turn-Out, on S. C. K. IL, at \i
a.m.: to arrive in time for tho Charleston
train same dav. Seats can bo sec aired ut
Collin A Riven, l's store,
o, !. 15 2<i* WARD A HARVEY.
SPECK & POtOCK,
General Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, &C.
/'lain street, '?il door from Assanbly,
S*pt 7 COLL MRI A, S. C.
1) I?. GLASS has established, in connec
. tlon with the Look and Stationery
business, a general COMMISSION AGENCY
for the purchase ami sale <>1" Merchandize
nf every description, Bonds, stocks, Eeai
Careful attention given to all business
entrusted to bim.
Office, at present, on Plain street, near
Nickcrson's Hotel. Nov 1
HUM & WARLEY,
Office Washingb u Street, near Main*,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
"?TTE, thc undersigned, have formed a
W copartnership, for the purpose of
transacting a general COMMISSION and
On band, always, a full stock of GROCE?
RIES, HARDWARE, HATS, SHOES anti
FANCY GOODS. H. D. HANAHAN,
_ Oct 21 Imo FELIX WAli'iJuY
Greenville, S. C.
THE EXERCISES of this Institution
will be resumed on the loth of Feb?
For Circular giving further information,
application may be made to
PBOF. J NO. F. LANNEAU,
Oct 28 07 Secretary of Faculty.
Charleston Courier. Augusta Chronicle &
Sentinel, Edgefield Advertiser, Newberry
Herald, and Yorkvillo Enquirer, please
copy until the loth of January, and forward
bills to tho Secretary of Faculty. Greenville.
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
h. C. CLARKE,
<>!>}>-,*ilv Old Jail.
Too KT II Kt! WITH
RIBBONS, COLOGNE, TOILET POW?
DEE. VERBENA WATER, TOILE*
SOAPS, so/.oDON'T. DIAPER PIN'S, Toilet
Powder Boxes, Silk and Leather Belts, Cor?
sets, Tooth. Nail and 1 lair brushes. ( ?ho es,
Linen Braids, Tape. Shawls. Edgings. Bal?
moral Skirts, Calicoes, Traveling Bags,
Portmonaies, Canton Flannel, Cassimeres
and Cloths, for Gent's wear, Blankets. Hats,
Whalebone. Zephyr Worsted, Black Bomba?
zine, Black French Merino. Black Alpaca,
B. E. l?iai>er. Huck. Diaper, Cloak Orna?
ments ami Trimmings, Serpentine Silks mid
Worsted Braids, Fancv, Pearl. Agate,Bone,
Metal and other Buttons, Shell and Imita?
tion Tin k Combs, Dress Trimmings. Mar?
celino Shawl Pins, Mencfour, Ladies" Meri?
no Vests, Drawers and Petticoats, Gilt and
Jet Belt Buckles. Gent's Merino Drawers
and Underve.sts, Waterfalls ain't Pads. Lace
Veils, Marceline Silk. Ac. Oct 20