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Later from Europe.
FARTHER POINT, November 13,1865.-The
steamship Belgium, with Liverpool dates to
the 3d instant, has arrived.
There is still no official news concerning
the ministerial arrangements. Clarendon
will certainly he Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Tho Globe claims forbearance for the re?
constructed ministry until it is enabled to
lay before Parliament a programme, upon
the satisfactory character of which its ex?
istence will depend.
The British Government has ordered all
restrictions on American vessels of war to
LATEST, VIA LIVERPOOL.-The Paris cor?
respondent of the Times say? it is generally
reported in Paris that thc French anny in
Mexico will be withdrawn by instalments,
and by August or Soptember of next year,
the whole army will have returned to
France. This resolution is said to be
adopted, not only from a desire to afford
no reasonable ground of complaint, on the
part of the United States, but also on eco?
Hea?q'rs District of Western S. C.
FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 14, 1S05.
CmCULAR NO. 5.
IN compliance with General Orders No.
GO, Current Series, from Headquarters,
Department of South Carolina, (herewith
re-published.) Sub-District Commanders
will, at once, organize a detachment of men.
under the direction of a Commissioned
Officer, and under the immediate orders
of their Assistant Provost Marshal, fur the
purpose of making complete lists, by per?
sonal investigation and inquirv,ofall mules,
horses, wagons and other vehicles as there?
in specified, in their respective commands.
These lists will include, not only property
already reported and registered, hut also
that which may be in the possession of citi?
zens and unaccounted for.
Upon the completion of these lists, they
will be forwarded, through the Assistant
Provost Marshal of the District, to these
Captain L. B. MKSNAKD, 25th Ohio Vet.
Vols., Assistant Provost Marshal, is charg?e
with the proper carrying out of this order
and will give such "additional instructions
to thc officers in command of the severa
details, as in his judgment, the necessities
of the case require. \?
HEADQ'RS DEPARTMENT OF s. C.,
HILTON HEAL, S. C.. Nov. 6, Is?j5.
GENERAL 0UDERS NO. 30.
Mules, horses, wagons and other vehicles
that have been left with, or loaned to. tin
people of South Carolina, for their tempo
rary use, nndcrthenermission granted ii
Gen. W. T. Shermairs order of April SOth
1805, |will not be taken possession ot' Iv
the agents of the Treasury Department
without authority from th?se ??eadqnar
ters, or from higher military authority
Complete lists of all stich property, whethe:
belonging to the United States by reasoi
of purchase, capture or impressment, o
to the late Confederate States with tie
names and residence of the persons hav
ing it in possession, will be made out b;
District Commanders for their respectiv
Districts, as soon as practicable, and for
warded to the Chief Quartermaster o
the Department. All animals brande*
"U. S." will be regarde 1 as belonging t<
the United States, and will bc taken ac
conni of. Animals branded "U. S.."[wit;
'.I. C. m-s." beneath, will bc regarded a
having been regularly and properly dis
W nosed of by the United states, and will no
Kbc taken account of except upon evidenc
P.d' fraud. In the absence of know n 'mark
or brands of the late Confederate State?
evidence that animals do not rightful!
belong to the parties having them in DOS
session, must bo good, to justify thc]
being taken possession of by the Unite
States. All eases of doubt^will bc take
account of and the evidence reported.
The loan of this property was not, ?a
some persons erroneously suppose, a par
of the convention between (?ener?is Shel
man and Johnston, and it is liable at an
time to be called in for the use and bench
of the United States.
The immediate attention of Distric
Commanders will be directed to thc ext
cut ion of tins order.
Bv command of
Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L, M. Briton:, Asa'l Adj't Gen.
By order of m
Brevet Major-General A. AMES.
CHAS. A. CARLETON, Asst. Adj't. Geu'l.
Nov 17_ 1
South. Carolina-Richland District.
PURSUANT to resolutions of the Gen?
ral Asaemblv, an ELECTION will b
held in this District, on WEDNESDAY, 22
instant, for om- REPRESENTATIVE inti
Congress of the United States. Pells wi
be opened at the different election pr<
cinets, and the election conducted in a
respects as for members of the Genen
Assembly. J. C. JAN NEY.
Nov H Chairman Board of Managers.
FUSE WI) LIFE FXSURAXCi
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent,
I7*hDR the following FIRST CLAss t 03
1 PAN LES:
The "Underwriter's Agency,"the . Inte
national." the "Metropolitan,'" the "Com
Dental," the '.Security.'' the "Home." tl
.Columbia." the .?Washington,'" the "Fl
ton."'the "Croton," all of the city of Nt
York; the "Putnam" and the "New En
land." cd' Hartford. Conn.; the "Home
of New Haven. Conn.: the "Home" at
the .?Southern Insurance and Trust Coi
nany," of Savannah, (?a.: the "Albemarh
of Virginia, and the "Gulf State," of Fl
lilla. Also, the ..(?lobe Lifo [usuran
Company," of New York: the "New Logia;
Mutual." of Huston: tin- .?North Carob
Mutual." of Haleigh, and the ..Accidenta
of New York, insuring against accidents
all kinds. Thu whole possessing an aggi
gate capital of over
Risks taken on Cotton or Merchandize
transita from any point to ?my point
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTE1
Office at Mr. Hussung's house, corner
Assemblv and Washington st n ets, Coln
bia, S. C. Aug 15 JCn.
The Chattanooga Gazette, of the
17th inst., says: J. Jj, Westcott, late
narai superintendent, __,?i_r Cap
tain Montandon, at Johnsonville, has
recently struck oil near Dalton Geo.,
and has sold his interest in the well
for $10,000 cash. It occupied four
men five days in the digging, and the
oil at once began to flow freely.
Contributions are advertised for in
Baltimore to make np the sum of
$20,000 to complete the equestrian
statue to Stonewall Jackson, which is
in the hands of an English artist, and
is to be set up in Richmond.
CAN be obtained, bv a few Gentlemen, in
a pleasant locality. Apply at this
office._"_ Nov 16 2*
WILMINGTON t* MANCHESTER R. R. CO.,
Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 20, 18G5.
THE Eighteenth Annual Meeting of tho
Stockholders of the Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Companv, will be held
in Wilmington, N. C., on WEDNESDAY,
the 20th proximo.
WM. A. WALKER,
Nov 4 Sec'y WU. A M:m. Railroad Co.
Bann of Hamburg, S. C.
A CONVENTION of the Stockholders of
_73L this Bank is called to meet at their
Hanking 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 bc lui iv represented.
A. C DECOTTES?-Cashier.
! Hamburg. S. C.. Oct. 20. 1865. Oct 27 23 _
THE undersigned (formerly of Danville.
Va., ) beg leave to inform the ladies ami
gentlemen of the city of Columbia and sur?
rounding country, that they arc building a
store-house on Main street, at Bronson's
old stand, where they will keel) a large as?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Due notice will be given what day we
shall be able to open for business, which
will be in about ten days, and ladies, as well
as gentlemen, would do well to wait and
examine our stock before purchasing else
I where. ABELES. MY EES & CO.
Wright & Walker,
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
1 Hopkin* T. <>.. S. C. /.'., and Cobmdna.
S. W. WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
_ Oct 19 0*
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
,~o BEGS h ave respectfully to inform
V^N his old friends and customers, and
?__fethc public generally, that h is now
prepared to repair
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Of every description, at the shortest notie
and on the most reasonabh terms.
Apply at his residence-up-stairs-As
semluy street. West side, one door from
ttl>~ AU orders left at th' store of MEL?
VIN M. COHEN will receive the promptest
attention. Nov 3 Imo
(Formerly nt the Conor of 'Richardson and
Plain Streets: noir at the Corner of Pen?
dleton and Assembly streets-h is dwelling, )
OPEELS everv article in his line, viz:
WATCHES! JEWELRY, GUNS, PIS?
TOLE, POWDER, SHOT. CAPS. CAR?
TRIDGES for Smiths and Wesson's Pis?
tols; KNIVES. FORKS,SPOONS;Spectacles
-to suit all ages; Gold Pens-the best
assortment ever brought to this place:
Fishing Ta< kle. new and fresh si lected by
myself: Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs.
Walking t'aie-- and every liing usually
kftpt in our line of business.
I will a iso receive from abroad everv arti?
cle of MERCHANDIZE that may b'e con?
signed ti i me, for w hieb 1 wiil make monthly
or tpiarterlv returns soliciting a share of
W at che.- and Clocks careful! v repaired by
experienced workmen. Jewelry repaired.
Lings made to order. Engraving neatly
The highest r.?es paid for old Gold and
Silver, and all of thc above goods named
Will be sold itt the lowest prie es. N'oV".
E. E. JACKSON,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARVt
AIT NE. assortment of PERFUMERY
and FANCY. ARTICLES. Nov 2 ?G
K^ff just received an in
7^5\ voice of Ladies', Gentlemen's
i_f and Misses' BALMORAL, PO
^___*LISH, CONGRESS AND
BUCKLED GAIT1 KS.
Oct 22 One door above Court House.
H )TOT7R\*TXft BAJJliOBAL SKIKTS.
?fJ_ Breakfast and Sontag SHAWLS.
Just received and for sale bv
DAVIS A* CO.,
At Lumsden & Mc Gee's store,
Nov 16 3 Assemblv street.
TWO PLANTATIONS-one on the Bluff
Road, eight miles below Columbia; the
oilier on the McCord Ferry Road, eleven
miles below Columbia. Each place has
open land sufficient for a number of labor?
ers. Terms can be known bv applying to
Mr. ABRAM S. RAWLINSON, who resides
near both plantations.
KEZIAII G. K. BRET ARD.
Nov ll ??442*
^ FROM my yard, foot of Lady
l^sj^ street, on Thursday, 9th instant, a
Pl dark In-own STUD MULE. A libc
<tUbx?S*ral reward will be paid for the re?
covery of thc same to
Nov 15 3 Congaree Ir-ui Works.
THE copartnership heretofore existing I
under the name of O'BRIEN & McAJS- I
DREWS, is hereby dissolved hy mutual I
The business will be conducted in fature I
by RICHARD O'BRIEN, who is authorized
to collect ?ll claims due thc late concern,
previous publications to the contrarv not
witlistauding. R. O'BRIEN,
CoLfMBiA, S. C.. November ll, 1H(>5.
Nov U 3*
Clarkson <& Talley,
CO LT Mil I A, .V. c.,
"TT7TLL attend to purchase and sah- of
VV BONDS, STOCKS. RANK DILLS, Ac.
THOS. B. CI.AHKSO>\ S. OLIN TA.LF.UY.
Nov 10 Imo*
Silver-plated and Britannia Goods !
' A T STANLEY'S, (corner Oates and Plain
jfjL streets, near Shiver House,? consisting
of CASTORS. CAKE BASKETS. WAITERS,
TEA SETTS. CUPS, FORKS, SOUP LA?
DLES. WATER DIPPERS, C A N 1> L E -
STICKS. Tea. Table and Dessert SPOONS,
Rutter Knives, Sugar Shelis, Ac. Double
Elate on White Metal. Warranted.
Nov 7 _ 3_
FISHER &. AGNEW.
HAYE just reeeived a large and com?
plete stock of HARDWARE, compris?
ing Carpenter.--' and Farming Tools. Iron
EverYthing wanted in the GROCERY
lim- -Sugars, Coffees. Teas, Mackerel. Li?
quors, Segar.-, &c.
And. having secure.! thc services of Mr.
J. c. OREEN, would respectfully ask the
attention of the ladies of the city and sur?
rounding country to their stock of DRY
GOODS-Des Laines, French. English and
American Prints. Cambrics, Alpacas, Hoop
Skirts, Sin es and Bootees, &c.
Nov l-l 1-..10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
SOUTHERN INSUHANGE I?
MARINE AND FIRE
:cra;w oiaxEA?sfs, LA,
CA PITA L.S565,000.
11HE undersigned begs leave to inform
the insuring public that he has been
legally appointed agent for the above named
company, and is now ready to take risks ai
customary rates. Thi.- company was or?
ganized in January. 1865, and its assets are
thc most secure in the country.
JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 31. Oct :(1 timo
New Goods !
INFORMS , ity and country dealers that
he has just opened at Iiis establishment,
over J. G. Gibbes', near the Court House, a
large and handsome stick of
DRY GOODS, FANCY ARTICLES,
Doors, SHOES, H ATS. etc.,
Which he offers at wholesale at prices a
low, or lower, titan tin y can be bought for
in Charleston or elsewhere - barely adding
cost of transportation. Nov s imo
49-Camdcn, Abbeville, Anderson, Green
ville and Newberry pap? rs copy three times
ami forward bills.
0. C. P?BSLEV & CO?
Ji?pO?'itrs i)?\0 toi'oi?|iS3ioii|
AO. 6 NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMINGTON. A. C.
< ). Q. PARSLEY, J' >HN JUDGE,
o. <i. PARSLEY, Ju. HENRY SAVAGE
Oct 2l Imo
AND FOR SALE BY
j. un & co.
'ASS EM nr. y STREET.
Delineen Plain ami Was? ington Streets
QA T?OZ. Assorted GENT'S DRESS and
Oil BUSIN ESS C( ? ATS.
io doz. OVER-COATS.
50 .. PANTS.
20 ^ VESTS.
20 " Shetland Ribbed UNDEE-SHIRTS
20 doz. Whiu- Ribbed UNDER-SHIRTS
20 doy.. Shaker Flannel Under-shirts and
20 doz. heavy Grey Undei'-shirts mid
5 doz. Red Flannel Under-shirts and
lo doz. Brown Ruit C ?ats.
10 " Grcv .' '.
2o doz. Linen Collars,
?so .? Oent's Black Gauntlets.
50 " -. assorted Wool Gloves,
lu -; -: White Gloves.
50 '; :- Woolen and SilkSearfs.
4o .' " Wristlets.
30 .. " assorted Merino Hose.
10 pieces All-wool White Flannel,
lo .. Canton Flannel.
r>r. pieces White Muslin.
2o ?. French Chintz,
lo " Check.
\~> " Gingham.
2o .' Linsey.
?'> doz. Balmoral Skirts,
lo pieces Black Alpaca,
lo " Fancv ' ..
lo t: Delains.
5 " Black Velvet.
10 -; Freneli Merino.
5 " Black Cl,,tli.
10 " Satinet.-,
lo 1; Kentuckv Joans,
io do/. Ladies' anti Ch il ben's Hit-,
io d >z. Umbrellas.
12 .. Ladies' Netts.
50 .. Knives and Forks.
10 '. Ladies' Hats.
10 .? Children's Hat-.
IO " French Corset.-.
10 " assorted Cloak-,
10 doz. Umbrellas.
10 - Shawls.
io tierces Butter.
5 boxes Ginger.
10 kits Mackerel. Nu. 1.
Ul ? " No. 2
10 boxes Sugar Crackers.
20 " Soda "s
IO :- Fancy "
10 " Wine" "
1 " Allspice.
1 " Indigo.
2 firkins Lank
Ki bbls. Crushed Sugar.
10 - Rrown
loo boxes Dairv Cin e- .
5 bbls. Kerose'ne ci!.
100 doz. Hing, s.
ALSO, A LALGL LOT OF
WE AKT. RECEIVING DAILY
WHICH WILL RF. SOLD
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Agent for Kalb?celebrated ARTIFICIAL
LEO nii.i ARM.
Als:,, agent for 1"AI KHAN K'S SCALES,
circulars to he seen at the store.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
10 doz. Clocks.
Hierhest Price Given for
Old Gold and Silver.
By Darbee & Walter.
WILL bc sold THIS DAT, (Friday,) at our
mart, at o'clock a. m., the following
Bedsteads, Crib, Chairs,
Leaf and other Tables, Trunks,
Wool, Tools, Screws, Books,
Jars, Jugs, Cast ?steel,
Harness, Chairs, Crockery,
Cooking and Office Stoves,
Clothing, Spices, Whiskey,
Tobacco, Cornices, &C.
1 Wagon and Harness.
And ?.n invoice of Ladies' Straw and Felt
Hats._Nov. 17 1.
Bonds, Slocks and Jlrick.
By Levin & Peixotto.
ON MONDAY, the 4th of December next,
by permission of Jacob Bell, Ordinary
for Richland District, we will sell, at the
Court House in Columbia,
The following PERSONAL PROPERTY,
belonging to the estate of Bernard Reilly,
10O shares Columbia and Hamburg Pail
?'J shares Columbia Gas-light Stock.
S '. Charleston Railroad and Bank
$3,000 in Bonds of Memphis and Charles?
All the Brick on lot on Main street, near
the State House.
ALSO, AT SAME TIMK.
22 shares Union Hank Stock.
Terms of sah- cash. Vale positive.
Nov 12 _i_
Es parte Melvin M. Sams et vs et al.
IN EQUITY-RICHLAND DISTRICT.
IN pursuance of the order of the Court of
Equity in this ease. I will sell, before
tb?; Court House, in thc1 city of Columbia,
on the 1st MONDAY in December next, at
10 o'clock a. m., all that two lots of LAND,
situate in the city of Columbia, butting
and bounding towards the North on -
Waring's lots, towards the South, on Chas.
Black's lot, towards the East on lot of Dr.
Samuel Pair, and towards the West on Ri
; chardson (otherwise called Main) street;
measuring in front on Richardson street
about 5S fe-.-t. more or less, and in depth
about 208 feet, with an alley-way between
tlc- two lots, extending the winde depth of
the lots: which, if the lots are sold to dif?
ferent purchasers, will be in common to thc
two lots. Upon the h ts were two commo?
dious stores, destroyed by tire, the bricks
being still upon thom. These lots are ad?
mirably situated for business.
TEBMS.-Two-thirds cash; the balance at
thc expiration of one year from the ?hiv ot
sale; to be secured by'bond arni mortgage
of the premises, with interest payable an?
nually ur.ti! tin whole debt has been paid.
Purchasers to pav for papers.
I ?. B. DESAUSSURE.
Commissioner ia Enuitv Richland Dis;.
Nov 12 t
Lands & Stock
mil AT VALUABLE COTTON and PRO
JL VISION PLAFTATION, in Darlington
District, known as "Bunker Hill." formerly
the residence of John McClenaghan, de?
ceased, is offered for sal,-, containing 1.156
acres, by a plat of W. H. Wingate. Sur?
veyor. lt is bounded on the South by the
liiK1 of Marion District, defined by a canal
draining the waters of Polk Swamp into
Black Creek, which stream is its Northern
boundary. Some five to six hundred acres
are cleared, under cultivation, and present
the advantages of tine- cotton lands, wit!,
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 coi Portably accommodated
from fifty to sixty , ersons.
It is situated within two miles of Mar's
Bluff Station, on the Wilmington and Man?
chester Railroad, and within five miles of
Florence, and is too well known for its
healthfulness, flue water and its advan
tagss of society, to need a further deserip
With the place, will be sold, if desired,
some 8 or Ki prime MULES,'2 HOBSE8
CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS, COLN. TOD?
DLE, AC; WAGONS. CARTS, Blacksmith -s
and Carpenter's TOOLS and FARMING
In the event that no sale is made, this
place will be leased for one year from 1st
January next: and the perishable articles
mentioned will be sold on the premises, for
cash, on SATURDAY, otb of December
For terms and conditions, applv to L. W.
T. Wickham, Richmond Va., or to thc
undersigned at Mar's Bluff.
w. w. ii MILLEE.
Agent for E. W. T. Wickham.
Mr. s. LUCAS, on tlc place, will show
the premises, and give perseas, desirous of
inquiring, tie- facilities of decid mg foi
themselves. Nov lo ll
Post Coaches-Mail Route.
A 1 INE of FOUR-HORSE
~POST COACHES will h ave
Columbia daily for Hopkins'
" Turn-Out, on S. C. I!. E., at 3
a. m.; to arrive in time for tho Charleston
train same day. Seats eau bo secured at
Coffin .V Ravencl's store.
Oct 15 20* WARD ? HARVEY.
SPECK & POtOCK,
Generai Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, AC.
Plain street, 2d door from Assembly,
Sb ot 7 COLUMPIA, S. C.