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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1865. VOL I-XO 234^
7VJUUSHXD DA..LY AND TRI-WE?KI.T,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Daily I aper, six months..$5 00
Tri-V i dtly, " ' ?' .3 50
Inserte? at $1 per scpiare for the first in?
sertion, i ni 75 cents for each subsequent.
OS~ Si it ral notices 15 cents a line.
SKETCH OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON.-The
following sketch is furnished by a corres?
pondent of the St. Louis Iiepuhlican:
"Of erect and clastic form, about five feet
nine inches high, and well proportioned;
of compact, flexible and powerful muscle,
ho impresses thc critic as a man of almost
limitless activity and endurance, and, per?
haps, of enjoyment. Pifty years sit light
upon him; hu moyes as in his prime, and
seems never to rest. His complexion is
brunette; his hair is dark, but adorned
with dots and lines of silver; bis dark eves
are brilliant when at rest, but, when im?
passioned, are as glowing coals of fire; tho
crow-feet of years are near them, and
glasses of Brazilian pebble mark th" de?
cadence of summer light of life. His fea?
tures are positive and decided \ his expres?
sion is vivid as sunshine glancing through
crystal prisms; yet care and thought are
'chiseling their atlas on his manly face and
brow. I have heard ladies affirm him the
handsomest of our national dignitaries,
and should you ever meet him in the social
circle and converse with him, you will
doubtless endorse their opinion. Without
ostentation, his apparel is chaste and elo
?ant; without vanity, he parades no super
uoii8 ornaments of taste: neither a fop
nor a clown, yon remark him as the digni?
fied and finished gentleman in mode and
THE FREEDMAN'S BUREAU.-Gen. Grant
said, in his rece?? report, that the Freed?
man's Bureau was a present necessitv, but
seemed to be operated by tho different
agents of the Bureau according to their in?
dividual notions. Gen. Howard, the Com?
missioner of the Bureau, in view of this
assertion, has issued a stringent orderth.it
the most thorough inspection shall be ut
once made, and tho evils complained of
... - i?. -,- . .
The Director of the Mint has made for
the Secretary of the Treasury specimens
of double eagles, eagles, half eagles,
dollars, halves and quarters, bearing tho
motto, "In God,we trust." Thc Secretary,
it is stated, approves tho designs, and thc
coins named made hereafter will bear this
legend. The smaller coins do not afford
room for the words.
The history of Mexico shows that during
the last forty years, Mexico lias had thirty
seven different forms of government,
thirty-two ot which were republic and
seveuty-live Presidents. Its revolutions,
during that time, have been more than
Tho Darlington New- Ern learns that
Gen. Bead, lately iii command of that Mili?
tary District, is coming South as the rep?
resentative of a company (if capitalists m
Maine, with a view ol making investments
in real estate, and forming a colony of im?
Tho first forty miles of the Union Pacific
Railway to Omaha West, was finished on
The first executive session confirmed
Herman Kriesmanii, formerly Secretary of
Legation at Berlin, to be Consul at Berlin.
The radicals of Iowa aro circulating a
petition for the impeachment of President
The population of California is on the
decrease. All wealth seems to centre in
San Francisco, und the interior gives out
plaintive wails of distress.
The Germans of Montgomery, Alabama,
have formed a society under the name of
the "German Society," for the promotion
and protection of German immigration.
It is reported that information has been
received of the fitting out of one -and pro?
bably two-Chilean privateers at Now York.
Venango County, Pa., is gushing forth
about fourteen thousand barrels of oil
A heavy gale commenced in New York,
on the 21st inst., which caused much de?
struction to the shipping.
MISS JANE WADE will resume thc
exercises of her SCHOOL on TUES?
DAY, the 2d day of January, 18G6\ at her
residence on Richland street. Dec 2'J 2
Collector's Office, Internal Revenue,
THIRD DISTRICT, S. C..
DECKMBEB 29, 18(i5.
REVENUE STAMPS for sale.
JAMES G. GIBBES, Collector.
Dec 29 :l
MISS GLAZE will resumo the exercises
of her SCHOOL on MONDAY, Janu?
ary 1, 186?. Apply at her residence on
MUSIC on Piano will be taught.
Dec 29 2*
STRAYED into my yard, a week
or ten dava apo, ? dark mouse
_.colored MULE, about fifteen bands
nigft, which the owner can have b'v paving
expenses. RICHARD O'NEALE, Sa.
OPENED, this dav, a varietv of choice
FANCY ARTICLES of French China
and Bohemian Glass. Also, Reticule,Lunch
and Traveling BASKETS.
Doc. 27 W. B. STANLEY.
Fire and Marine
BEING appointed . agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURAN' E COMPA?
NIES, I am prepared to insure to any
amount against fire. Amongst the offices
for which I am agent are the well-known
Metropolitan, of New York; Continental, of
New York: and National, of New Orleans.
These offices alone have a capital of over
Policies made payable in either gold or
currency. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
MY STABLE, on Bull street, with flic
privilege of water.
Dec ^29 2_ JOHN A. KAY.
WA. HARRIS, Agent to Purchase or
. Sell Real Estate. Prompt attention
given to any business entrusted to his
care. Offico" for the present, at his resi?
dence, corner Gervais and Bull streets.
Columbia, S. C._J?ecj_8_
ASITUATION as TUTOR, in a family
of five, six or eight children. All tho
I English Brandies and Latin and Greek (if
I desired) taught. Apply at this office,
! stating salary. References given, if re?
quired. * De? 5 IS
i TEMALE ISSFST?TTFTE,
NEAR ALSTON, S. C.
TUE exercises of this institution will be
resumed the second WEDNESDAY in
\ January next. Every facility will beafford
I cd for imparting a thorough, practical,
: accomplished and Christian education. i
TEEMS, PAYABLE IS ADVANCE: ?
! Board, including Washing, for live
Tuition in English Branches, for five
j months.... 25 00
Tuition in Music, for five months. ... 25 00
, il " French, " " _ 20 00
" '. Latin, " i: ... 20 00
t: " Drawing, " " ... 20 00
i " ".Fancywork, five months. 20 00
Incidental Expenses. 5 00
Pupils are required to furnish their own
ligiifs, sheets, pillow-cases, towels and
heavy covering. For further particulars,
address REV. J. TAYLOR ZEALY,
Doc 28 j_Principal, Monticello, S. C.
Plantations to Rent.
ON tho 1st MONDAY in February, at Co- i
lumbia, by order of the Executor of j
the late James O'Hanlon, will he disposed j
of to the highest approved bidder, tho j
LAND belonging to said estate, for the j
year 1800. and known as the Singleton and |
Log-Castle Tracts. They are superior cot- ,
ton and grain lands. CO or 70 hands can
be advantageously employed oh tho Sin- j
glfiton place, and about 25 or 30 at Log
Castle. W. A. HARRIS, Agent. I
Dec 24 -_j
Co S. Jenkins,
ASSEMBLY STBEET, \
XE.\T MA UK JCT SWEET,
KEEPS constantly on hand a full stock ;
of Family GROCERIES and PROV!- ,
FANCY ARTICLES. Ac :
Dec 2H 10 j
Wanted to Hire.
ACOMPETENT NURSE for a child a j
year old; white or colored.
A first-rate House Servant.
A'first-rate Chambermaid. '
The best recommendations required.
Ap ilv at thia office. Dec 21
BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER.
ffOgm THE subscribers luiva just received
rmi a general assortment of BOOTS and
M.SHOES, consisting of: Gent's Single
and Double-soled BOOTS, (Philadelphia
make,) Balmorals, Gaiters, Bootees, Bro?
gans, Ac. Also, a line lot of tho verv best
Baltimore Oak Sole LEATHER. We will,
as usual, make to order all variet'es of
Boots and Shoes, of the best material and
workmanship, for cash only-a rule from
which there will be no exception.
J. A A. OLIVER,
Sumter at., bvtweoa Richland and Laurel
i Dec 7 Imo*
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, by Charles
Dickens, complete Illustrated, paper,
$1.00; cloth. $1.75.
On Guard, by Annie Thomas, 50 cts.
The Lost Will and The Diamond Brace?
let, by Mrs. Heury Wood, 50 cts.
Can You Forgive Her, by Anthony Trol?
Quite Alone, hy George Augustus Sala,
Belial, 50 cte.
Mr. Stewart's Intentions, by Frederick
William Robinson, 75 ets.
Mattie: A Stray, 75 ct?.
Sir Jasper's Tenant, by Miss Braddon,
Theo Leigh, by Annie Thomas, 50 cts.
Barbara's History, by Amelia B. Ed?
wards, 75 ct?.
Carry's Confession, 75 cts.
The Ladder of Life: A Heart History, bj
Amelia B. Edwards, 50 cts.
Miss Carew: A Novel, by same, 50 cts.
Uncle Silas: A Tale of Bartram Haugh,
Denis Donne, by Annie Thomas. 50 cts.
Miss Mackenzie, bv Anthony Trollope,
Bed Court Farm, by Mrs. Henrv Wood,
The Earl's Secret, by Miss Pardoe, il.50.
Allworth Abbey, bv Mrs. South worth,
My Brother's Wife, by Amelia B. Ed-*
wards, 50 cts.
Sherman's Grand March, by Maj. Nich?
ols, cloth, 22d edition, $2.00.
Harper's Magazine, for January.
Godey's Ladv's Book, for January, 25 cts.
The Finger Post, $1.50.
Luttrel of Arran, by Charles Lever,
And manv other new publications. Just
received bv P. B. GLASS,
Dec 27 Old Post Office Bange.
STRAWBERRY PLAITS Bl MAIL,
WE will send by mail, safely packed
For $5, 1 doz. JUCUNDA-Our No. 700.
1 " AGRICULTUBIST.
1 " GOLDEN SEEDED.
For *10, 2 JUCUNDA-Our No. 700.
2 - AGRICULTURIST.
1 " GOLDEN SEEDED.
1 " WILSON'S ALBANY.
For $20, -i " Jucunda-Our No. 700.
4 " Agriculturist.
2 '; Golden Seeded.
2 " Russell.
2 .. Triomphe de Gaud.
2 " Wilson's Albany.
1 .. Lenning's White.
The above are the most valuable kinds
now cultivated, and include early, medium
and late maturing varieties. The Jacunda
-our No. 700-for size, beauty, yield, profil
and otuer desirable qualities, ia the most
valuable strawberry ot which we have am
knowledge. For the Agriculturist, (a nev
seedling.) we paid the highest price evct
paid for a strawberry; Golden Seeded ?.
the best early, and Lenning's White tin
best white: Russell, Triomphe de Gaud ant
Wilson aro invaluable.
Our catalogue, giving descriptions o:
these and many other varieties, and fur?
nishing much valuable information t<
growers of strawberries, will be sent to al
applicants enclosing lo cents.
/. KNOX, (BJ* 155,)
Dec 2;> r, Pittsburgh, Pa.
St !M!ary?s Gollege.
jg*. THE exercises of this instr
/??SBk tution will be resumed on thc
C3QEL s? of January noxt.
Terms for Primary Depart
Til!'::!, per session of 5 mouths
in advance, $15; Mathematics
including all tho branches of an Englisl
education, $25 nor session; Ancient Lan
guages, including Hebrew, (?reek ant
Latin, and Modern Languages, $10 each
extra per session.
Dec 2S ll J. J. O'CONNELL, Prea't.
Columbia Male Academy.
H. S. THOMPSON, Instructor in Mathe
nif ties, French and English Branches.
RICHARD FORD, Instructor in the Latii
and Greek Classics.
#THE < xercises of tins Acade
my will be resumed on the Ht 1
of January next. Pupils wi]
be prepared for admission int'
any university or college. Th
course of study will include
new and improved system of Book-keep
ing. and special advantages will be afforde
such students as may desire to lit them
selves for mercantile life.
The scholastic year will bo divided int
three terms of four months each. Tuitio
at the rate of seventy-rive ($75) dollars pt
year for the Classics and French, andsixt
"($C0) dollars fdr the English Brancnei
payable at tho beginning of each tern
Pupils who enter for less than a who!
term, will bc clou ged at the above rates.
Dec 20 _lmo*_
FOR SAXE OR RENT,
A DWELLING HOUSE, containir
? eight rooms, situated two miles fro
JHliliLColumbia, on tho Camden Road, f
the premises are a carriage house, stahl
barn and all necessary out-houses. Tl
lot contains ISO acres, wooded. Apply ti
BENT. T. DENT,
De? 13 At the Market.
CALNAN & KREUDER,
GERVAIS (OR BRIDGE) STREET, OPPOSITE THE STATE HOUSE,
Arc continually receiving anil keep constantly on lianil a full supply of
G?OGEMESt WINES MD UQUORS,
OF THE FINEST QUALITY:
SUGARS, TEA, COFFEE, MOLASSES, CRACKERS.
Cheese, Rutter, Lard. Hams, Bacon, Dried Reef,
Herrings, Mackerel, Vinegar, Pickles, Sauces.
Canned Fruits, Mustard, Pepper, Spices, Ginger,
Macearon!, Raisins, Brazil Nuts. Hazel Nuts,
Salt, Swee t Potatoes,
NORTHERN IRISH POTATOES.
Gibson's FINE WHISKIES. SCOTCH WK?SKEY.
GIN, RUM, FRENCH BRANDY,
Madeira, Port ami Sherry Wine,
eaux A Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa, Absynth, Maraschino, Ac.
HENRY N. McGOW?N, Salesman.
Phoenix Iron Works,
Situated Foot of Richland St., near Greenville Railroad, Columbia.
H1HIITI & Kill PROPRIETORS.
THE above works are now completed,
and thc undersigned beg to inform the
public that th ev are now prepared to exo
L cute all kinds of IRON CASTINGS, such as
are needed for agriculturists and ma-'
Leninists, RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON. IRON FENCING,
etc. They are also prepared to furnish BRASS CASTINGS
of every description.
Orders ar? solicited and will be promptlv attended to.
Nov 9 P. KIN1X
HACK LINE \
HAVING taken charge of the above
HOTED, and having thoroughly re- 1
fitted and refurnished it, I pledge myself, !
after many years'experience in this busi?
ness, tu furnish my guests with clean, com-1
fortable rooms, und a table supplied at all
times with thc very best the markets afford.
I am determined to spare no pains to
please nev patrons.
My HACKS from Abbeville to Washing?
ton, (?a., will make daily connection with
this House, affording to persons going
West and East a safe, comfortable and cl
peditious means of conveyance.
Persons desiring to go from Abbeville to
any point of thc country not accessible by
public conveyance, can find at my LIVERY
STABLES, for hire, Carriages, Buggies and
Saddle Horses. P. S. RUTLEDGE.
Abbeville C. H., December 12] 1HC5.
Dec 21 Imo
LIFE ISSUANCE COMPANY.
[ESTABLISHED is io.]
Hon. W. F. DESAUSSURE.President.
Dr. JOHN FISHER._Treasurer.
E. W. MCMASTER.Actuary.
rilillS Company has paid for losses to the
j willows and orphiUlS of the South near
$400,000. Its rates aro low and profits
regularly returned to the ihsurers. For
further information and policies of insur?
ance, apply to the Actuary, No. 5 Law
Range, Colnmbia, S. C. 'Dec U Imo*
Columbia to Charleston.
THE NEW and FIRST-CLASS LIGHT
DRAFT STEAMER GEORGE is now
prepared to make engagements to take
Freight from Granby Landing to Charles?
ton. All goods forwarded by this lint; will
be insured, if desired. Also, forwarded to
Now York, and advances made upon tho
same, if required.
Dec 14 Imo A. L. SOLOMON, Agent.
tar The Abbeville Haulier, Newberry
Herald, Anderson Inielligeiicen and ('hester
Standard will publish the above for two
weeks, and sena bills to this office.
Just Received from New York
AND FOB SALE AT
L. ?. ?LAURE'S,
WASHING TON STREET,
ALARGE and fashionable assortment of
ORNAMENTS and TRIMMINGS for
Ladies* Dresses and Cloaks, consisting of
Bugles, Butterflies, Drops, Fancy Cords
and Buttons, of every description and size;
Breakfast Shawls, Central Park Hoods, In?
fant's Socks, Lathes' Fanev Neck-Ties.
Ladies'Fancv Neck-Ties, with fringe. Dress
Elevators, Belt Buckles and Clasps, Silk
and Leather Belt?, Belting Ribbons of all
colors and widths, Velvet Ribbon of ail
widths. Ladies' Scarfs, Collara and Cuffs.
Traveling Bags, Ladies' Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, Ladies' L. C. Handker?
chiefs, Gent's L. C. Handkerchiefs, Gent's
silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies' cloves and
Gauntlets, Gent's Buck Gloves, Shirt Braid
of all colors, Coat Bindings, Balmoral
Skirts, a large assortment of Hoop Skirts.
Ladies', Gout's, Youth's and Misses' Under
Vests, Ladies' Flannel Skirt.--, Ladies'
large Double Shawls; a fine assortment of
Perfumeries, Brown Windsor Soap. Tooth
So.ip, Toilet Powder, Boxes and Ruffs, Hair
Bl asius aiul Combs, N?ii! Brushes; a fine
assortment of Ores;, Goods, at greatly
reduced prices- DcLames, Black and Col'd
Alpacas, Merinoes, Calicoes, Ac; Klack
Cloth and Cassirueros, Fancy Cassimeres,
Blankets, Umbrellas, Blue shirtings. Pa?
per Cambric, Linen, Black and Colored
Dress Silks. Marceline silk. Ac Dec 6
T, W, Radcliffe,
(Formerly at flic Corner of Richardson and
Plain Streets; ?tote at the Corner of Pen?
dleton and Assembly streets -his dieeUing,)
OFFERS every article in his line, viz:
WATCHES', JEWELRY, GUNS, PIS?
TOLS, POWDER, SHOT. CAPS, CAR?
TRIDGES for Smith's and Wesson".? Pis?
tols: KNIVES, FORKS,SPOONS;Spectacles
-to suit all ages: Gold Peu ;- the best
assortment over brought to this place;
Fishing Tackle, new and fresh selected by
myself: Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs'.
Walking Canes and everything usually
kept in our line of business.
I will also receive from abroadeverv arti?
cle of MERCHANDIZE that, may bc con?
signed to mo, for which I wiil make monthly
or quarterly returns-soliciting a share of
Watches and Clocks carefully repaired by
experienced workmen. Jewelry repaired.
Rings mada to order. Engraving neatly
Tho highest rates paid for old Gold and
Silver, and all of the above goods named
will be sold at the lowest prices. Nov5
Greenville, S. C.
THE EXFRvCISES of this Institution
will be resumed on the l">th of Feb?
For Circular giving further information,
application may bc made to
PROF. JNO. F. LANNI'A C.
Oct '2S 07 Secretary of Faculty.