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' THE MILT i?j| PHOMX.
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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.; THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2; 1865. VOL. I-NO. lSaf
PVBUSHED DJUL? .VXD TUI-WEEKLY.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
ST IX nv.-rioy.
Dailv Paper, six months ?r> OG
Tri-Weekly, " " . 3 50
Single espies 10 cents.
Insert-?'! at si per s<marofor thc ?rat in?
sertion and 75 sents for e ach subsequent.
?SPSpecial notices 15 cents a line.
CHATTANOOGA ROLLING MILT,. -We
understand that this valuable piece of
property lins at last been disposed of
by the Government for $175.000. to
John A. Spooner, of Boston-the
same person, it voil be remembered,
to whom Gen. Sherman wrote his
celebrated letter on negro enlistments.
This change in ownership will have
an immense influence in developing
the railroad interests of the Southern
country, as the mill can in a few clays
be made available for furnishing, tc
almost any amount, all that kind of
heavy material now most urgently
needed by all of our roads. It is, in
fact, the* only establishment of the
kind in the South. Some complica?
tion in regard to the land on which
the mill stands, have, however, arisen,
which may, perhaps, for a time, pre?
vent the public from reaping the ad?
vantages of such a change of owners.
The proprietor of the land, Mr.
Cmtchfield, of Chattanooga, is not,
we believe, disposed in favor of a
sale on any terms. The Government
having right and title on the works
and buildings, a compromise of some
kind will, of course, have to be ef?
fected between Messrs. Spooner and j
Cmtchfield, a consummation that will |
not. we hope, be long delayed.
DISCONTENT rs GERMANY.-A letter i
from Magdeburg says that general
discontent pervades the working class- |
ses in Germany, not only on account
of th. question of wages, but polit: - !
cal questions. Thc agitation is great- i
?.-st in the Rhenish provinces. At
Bonn, Dueseldorf, and also at Crevelt, i
in Westpaha, which has become an
important manufacturing centre, thc j
working men openly display their I
hostility to Herrvon Bismarck, who j
in ins circular would bring things i
back to the feudal system. At Dnsel- ?
drof and at Solinger, the troops have !
been obliged to interfere. j
A gentleman lately arrived from
Brownsville, says the cause of Juarez
is considered hopeless there. Corti?
nas is his only energetic leader there,
but he injures the cause by bis bad
2sEvr COCXTEKFEIT.-New counter?
feit 50's Government Legal Tender
Nixtes have been discovered in New
Black Cloth ! Black Cloth !
JUST received anil offered for sal.-. Ex
trn fine BLACK CLOTH for Ladies'
Cloaks. Empress Eugenie BELTS of all
colors, by DAVIS A CO.,
*t thc Store of Lumsden A' McGee, cor?
ner Ladv and Assembly streets. Nov i
Ifl FRENCH BRANDY!
'IT for medical purpo-es, at
Nov 1 3 CALNAN .V KREUDERS.
XXX, XXX and 1840. By the barrel
. >>r otherwise, at
No7. 1 3 CALNAN ?^J^ETJDER S.
-i f\ KEGS pure SUPER-CARBONATE of
LV* SODA. Tor sale to thu trade at
Charleston prices, or less, bv
C. H. BALDWIN,
Af tin- old stand of Alien i Dial.
flflBfc DR. D. T. GREGG has arrived
Columbia, and i^ ue.w ready to re?
ceive professional calls from bis old patrons
or new "i:es. He may be found at Mr.
,T r; Kinard's residence, near Nickerson's
Hotel _ Nov l
EN OR A VING^N GR A VING
tr- (,. EMBLETON b< gs i-> inform the
V> . iran? - ><i ('. Lum! ia that lie i
prep ired : .es -cnn ENCLAVING, of every
tus'.-?ii tl ... -v::l. ueatne-js and despatch.
ll -..I 'i. ? aear the l-'air Grounds.
4 COMPLETE assortment, and of very
f\ superior cptality, now and beautiful
all sizes -at
GLASS! Gen'l Commission Agency.
Sales-rooms Plain street, ^between Bull
and Pickcns.1 Nov l *s
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY.
PE. GLASS has established, in connec
. tion with the Booh and Stationerv
business, a general COMMISSION AGENCY .
for the purchase and =aie of Merchandize j
of every description, Bonds, stocks. Real |
Careful attention a to ail business j
entrusted to him.
Office, at present, on Hain streot. near
Nickerson's Hotel. Nov 1 !
SIDES and STRIPS.
Sugar-cured HAMS. At
Oct ?1 8 CALNAN * KREUDER'S.
FOR sale, wholesale- and retail, at
CALNAN & KREUDER'S.
FULL assortment at
Oct 31 3 CALAAN & KREUDER'S.
ODORLESS KEROSENE OIL!
AT CALNAN & KREUDER'S.
You eau have- a beautiful light with?
out the disagreeable odor of thc- Kerosene
Oil. Oct 31 3
Calnan & HLreuder.
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Carnied PINE APELE. PEACHES, Ac.
Pickles and Sances.
Tea, Ceti'?-'.- and Sugar.
Ham, Bac on, Pork and Beef.
Gervais street opoosite State House.
200 REAMS WRAPPING PAPER !
I710E .-ai: to the iradi": at
' oct 31 3 CALNAN fr KREUDER'S.
A GENERAL STOCK OF
AT CALNAN ,v KREUDER'S,
Gervais street, opp. state House.
Oct. 31 3
A EINE DWELLING HOUSE, eon?
mtaming eleven rooms, situated in
Sumter street, near Lumber. Applv
to H AN AH AN A WARLEY.
Oct 31 4 _;_Opposite Old .Tail.
MA COMFORTABLE 2 A - STORY
WOODEN HOUSE, on Lady street,
containing sever, rooms and a pantry
i -ali in good order. On the lot are a wc-?l
j and hydrant, a kitchen and ampie accom
i modation for servants. Fer further parti
; culars, apply at Dr. MIOT'S Drug Store,
'; corner Lady" and Pickens sis. Oct 31 f3
j Si 'xJ ftr have opened n first class "affirtfj
X?4ir establishment on Pick- ' ZU ~^?>
i ens street, between Plain and Camden
i streets. Thev will ree. ive dailv fri "tn
Charleston fresh OYSTERS. FISH AND
GAME. Nopain? will be spared bv them
to give satisfaction. N. BIBAGHI ? CO.
Oc t 31_tuthg
Situation as Governess Wanted.
A?OUNG LADY is desirous of obtaining
a SITUATION as Governess in a pri?
vate family, to undertake the education of
several young children. All the English
branchG? taught. Salary not so much an
object as the obtainment of a good home.
j References exchanged. Apply at this office.
I ^ERSONS having business in my office,
j JT will find me, between the hours of 9
a. m and 2 p. m.. in the office of William
I R. Huntt. Secretary of State, one dour East
; of the I ost Office, in the College Campus.
' -lh"> r?1' _ rriasurev Ut-per Divisi-.n.
A Couple of Gentlemen
! 4 TTENDING thc Legislature, or a Lady
j J\. and Gentleman, or a couple . f Young
Men, can ba verv ?omfoitab?v accommc
! dated with Bj ?ARD and LODGING, at West
lend of Lumber street, tour secares and
! a-half from Main street, m rhe* vicinity of
I the Arsenal. For farther particular.-, m
I quire- at the Office of the Ph<enU. Oct 2S
SOUTHERN INSURANCE ? ?
MARINE AND FIRE
HAS JUST OPENED A
CHOICE & $&m&?8'T
MILLINERY ! !
CONSISTING OF AS FOLLOWS .
y-^-- WniTE ENGLISH STRAW
MK?'Black CANTON STRAW
i JBP IrJI BONNET-latest.
[ j^ay^jUR/ AV-hlt; COBURG S T R A W
MILAN CAPS, (fine)-latest.
SCOTCH CAPS, (velvet edee)-latest.
, Dunkled il " " ::
1 Rooky Point CAPS
; Nellv Grant CAPS, .straw,
; Turbans, (velvet edge,)
Canton Nelly Grant?
: Geneva, (fine)-very latest.
j All-wool Ca;:.-.-Nelle Grants.
, Infant " - l?"
j Siik, Felt and all thc fashionable styles
: that will be worn this winter,
j Bonnets and Hats TRIMMED to order
; from the fashionable plates,
j Persons would dj well to examine this
! selection before purchasing elsewhere.
; To persons from the country in the tr:, le.
: there will be a d?duction. Country orders
j filled with neatness and despatch."
j is* Assembly street, second door from
tIr- Cgjftgjig Church._Oe- 81 tg I
Drawing, Painting, &c.
THOSE desimas of taking Lessons in 1
DRAWING, PAINTING IN OIL,
! WATER AND PASTILLE, ear. do so upon
! application to rh? undersigned, at the resi- !
dence cf Dr. P. M. Chen, Picken*, street,
! bead of Lady.
Instructions in the above l ranches of
, Art given at Schools; also. Lessons in
LAURENCE L. COHEN. SEX'S., i
j Oct 2i_. Artist.
HAS just -received an :n
ve; -.- ?>f Ladies', Gentlemen's
; Ll? \ ant Misses' BALMORAL, PO
%*-^^^LTSH, CONGRESS AND
i Oct 22 One doo: above- Conn House.
Wright ? Waiker,
j AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
, Hopkins' T. C., S. C. li. Ii., and Oolunihia.
\ S. W. WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
Oct 19 0*
rflHE undersigned begs have to inform
i tho insuring publie that ho Las. boen
legally appointed agent for the above named
company, and is now ready to take risks at
customary rates. This company was or?
ganized iii January, 1S65, and its assets are
thc most secure in the country.
JAMES G. GIBBES. Agent.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 'A. Oct 31 fimo
Post Coaches-Mail Ronte.
j A LINE of FOUR-HORSE
: ?ffifc^-- POST COACHES will leave
j gj^EfajgM* < Columbia dailv for Hopkins'
I Turn-Out, on S. C. R. R., at 3
! a. m.: to arrive in time for the Charleston
train same day. Seats eau be secured at
! Coffin A Ravenel's store.
! Oct 15 20* WARD A HARVEY.
I SPECK & POtOCKt
i General Commission Merchants,
i GROCERIES. DRY GOODS, &C.
Plain street, '?d dcor from Assembly,
? Sept 7 COLUMBIA*, s. C._
j 0- C* PARSLEY & CO*,
' i?bjCV?t I'S C-ClIfimbSlOi)
NO. ti NORTH WATER STREET,
! WIL3HXG TON, X. <.
: O. G. PARSLEY. J< ?HN JUDGE,
i o. G. PARSLEY, JB. HENRY SAVAGE.
I Oct -i Imo
O AAA L?S- vei7 superior BACON
iiUUU STRIPS, in four and live Lb.
pieces, at 37* cents per lb. by the piece.
Just received and for sale by
Oct 25 to?_g. POLLARD.
Bans of Hamburg, S. C.
ACONVENTION of the Stockholders of
this Bank i? calle "i to meet at their
Banking House, in this place, on WED?
NESDAY. 22cl November next. '
Attendance either i:i person or by prosy
is earnestly requested, so that th"c stock
may be fully represented.
A. C. DECOTTES, Cashier.
Hamburg. H. C.. Oct. ?o. lggg. Oct 27 23
Gen. Sup's Office, S. C. Railroad,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Ocr. 25, 1803.
ON account of thc Emited number of
cars, FURNITURE will not bo received
at Hopkins' T. ?. until further notice.
H. T. PEAKE, General Snp't.
ALL persons who may have at any time,
siuce Gen. Sherman's army "passed
through this section, taken any colton 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 T. ADAMS forthwith, or legal
proceedings will bo commenced against
them. A. G. GOODWYN.
Oct 28 G
Greenville, S. C.
TEE EXERCISES of this Institution
will be resumed on the ijth of Feb?
For Circular giving further information,
application may be made to
PROF. JNO. F. LANNEAU,
Oct 23 07 Secretary of Facultv.
Charleston Cornier, Augusta Chronicle &
Sentinel, Edge?eld Advertiser, Newberry
Herald, and Yorkville Enquirer, please
copy until thc loth of January, and forward
bills to the Secretary of Faculty, Greenville.
A VALUABLE AND WELL SETTLED
ii PLANTATION in Richland Dist-iet,
on the Waterce River, four miles front tho
Railroad, containing about 5,000 Acres oi
Latul. upwards of 2.000 cleared and well
fenced. On the place are ?0 Excellent
Negro Houses, a Steam Saw Mill and Gin
House, and all the other necessary out?
buildings. Ail the stock cf Cattle and
Mules on thc place-, together with thc pre?
sent crop of Corn, will bo sold cheap to an
approved tenant. There are now on the
place SCO Negroes, most ot whom can be
doubtless hired for the next year.
For terms and particulars apply to Hon.
WM. AIKEN. Chariest! a, Dr. Robert W.
GIBBES, Columbia, or Dr. D. W. RAY,
near Gadsden. Oct 2-1 12
Office Washington Street, near Main,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
"IT^E, the undersigned, have formed a
V? copartnership,*' for the purpose of
transactihe a general COMMISSION and
Or. hand, alwavs, a full stock of GROCE?
RIES, HARDWARE, HATS. SHOES and
FANCY GOODS. H. D. MANAHAN,
Oct 24 Imo FELiX WARLEY.
LUMSDEN & McGEE,
AGENTS of Baltimore Window Glass
Manufactory, can furnish GLASS at
manufacturers' prices, by the box, and so?
licit orders for the same._Oct 8 Imo_
CITY OF anna.
ONE WHO WAS PBESENT,
I OHX TOLL.AK A COPY.
.aiYTTTA STTT1 T?7
FALL AMI W IXTER DRY GOOBS,
E. E. JACKSON'S,
BEDELLS BOM .
THE subscriber having enlarged his
Store, is prepared to offer to his friends
ar d patrons a large and varied assortment
of tho most desirable DEY GOODS to bo
found in the 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 Dres= Silk.
Opera Flannel, White and Ked Flannel
Nainsook, -Jaconet Cambric.
Black English Crape..
Dish JL?nen, Bird-Eye Diaper.
Bussia Diaper, Silk Velvet.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Gent's Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' and Gent's Howe and Half-Hose.
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves.
Ladies' Wool Shawls, Cloth Cloaks.
Balmoral Skirts, Hoods. Nubias.
Hoop Skirts, Ribbons.
Berage and TisEue Veils.
Black Love Veils.
Silk and Morocca Belts.
Black Doe Skin Cassimere.
Black Broad Cloth, Kentucky Jeans.
Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Neglegee Shirts, Jean Drawers.
Linen Bosom Shirts.
Black Felt and Wool Hats.
Suspenders, Neck Ties.
Long Cloth, Brown Shirting.
PUlow CaselLinen, Traveling Bags.
Umbrellas. Paraseis. Bed Blankets.
Spool Cotton, Flax Thread.
A variety of Fancy Buttons.
Together with maiiy other articles usually
found in our Une. Oct. ' 13
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
h. C. CLARKS,
RIBBONS, COLOGNE, TOILET POW
DER. VERBENA WATER. TOILED
SOAPS, S?ZODONT, DIAPER PENS, Toilet
Powder Boxes. Silk and Leather Bolts, Cor?
sets. Tooth, Nail und Hair Brushes, Gloves,
Linen Braids, Tape, shawls. Edgings, Bal?
moral Skirts, Calicoes, Traveling Bags,
Portmonaies, Canton Flannel, Cassimeres
and Cloths, for (Tent's wear. Blankets. Hats,
Whalebone, Zephyr Worsted, Black Bomba
zint , Black French Merino, Black Alpaca,
B. E. Diaper, Huck. Diaper, Cloak Orna?
ments and Trimmings, Serpentine Silks and
Worsted Braids, Fancy, Pearl, Agate, Bone,
Metal and other Buttons, Shell and Imita?
tion Tuck Combs, Dress Trimmings. Mar?
celin-' Shawi Pins, Menefour, Ladies'"Meri?
no Vests, Drawers and Petticoats, Gilt and
Jet Belt Buckles, Gent's Merino Drawers
and Undervests, Waterfalls and Pads, Lace
Veils. Marceline Silk, Ac. Oet 29
Situated on th? Foot of Richland Street,
mer Greenville Rauroad, Columbia.
GOLDSMITH A KIND, PnoPBiBTOZE.
THE above work*]
are now completed,!
ind the undersigned beg
to inform the public that
_ they are now prepared te
execute all kinds of IRON CASTINGS, such
as are needed for agriculturists and ma
chinists. RAILROAD IRON, MILL IRON
IRON FENCING, etc. Thcv are also pr?
pared to furnish BRASS CASTINGS c
every description. Orders are solicited aw
will be promptly attended to.
Oct s P. KIND.
COLUMBIA. S. C.