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ISAAC DAVfiOA, A?;ont lu Now York.
AN EASTERN MORAL,
Abon Ben Adoro-may hia tribo increase
Awoliu ono nlRh?. Iroiu a iloop dix-in ot peace,
And miw within tho hIiivIow of liin room,
In manly lorm nuil youtlilul bloom,
Au Aii::'-1 writlii(T in n book ol cold.
Exe; i-din,! pMOQ ha?l inmlo Bon Adom bold,
And la tim A; gol iu the room he enid :
"Wliiit wrlleat thou ?" Tho Aii('ol riilHcd his hoad.
And with a look, inado or all sweet n.xord,
Rcplioil: "The uatiica of tiloso who love the Lord."
"And lo mino ouoV" said Adom. "Nay, not bo,"
Tho Angiil niiHworod. Ben Adcm Bpoko moro low,
Butyot cliccri'y, und unid: "I pray thee, then,
Write mo as ono who 1ovi:h his follow-mon."
Tlio Angel wrote mid vauinhed. The next night
Hu caiou a.jain, and witli exceeding light,
8bow<-(l fin? names of those whom love of God ha?
And lol Ben Adcm'n name led all tho rest.
The Geiil;n, Clinractcr anti Organization o
tUo Confederate Army, _
From nu i ti te rating and spirited article ii
the September Crescent Monthly, hy J. Quit
man Mooni*, of Mississippi, wo niiiko the foi
lowing extract*, treating of tho genius, ohar
actor and general organization of the lu ti
Confeder?lo army :
The army (if tho loto "Confederato Statci
of America,-' (tbo glorious nemo of tim
bright meteor power, now quenched, tha
shook its radient BplnndorB on tbo ihuniu-.
crem of Mars !) wau nn electric or excerptei
-jeten, from the high military module of Aus
tria, 'Prussia, Franco and tho United ?Staten
It was a beautiful and ootnplote model o
thorough scientific organization, full ofintor
est und instruction to iboso who wish to loan
how lo in -ko wnr ten Hilo and destructive
and, above all thinga fine, that sprang fruir
the niaBtorbiind that directing and nil inform
ing mind that Bti-od at the head of tbo South
ern revolution, at toted its commanding, go
niuH. From Aut-trin, was taken tho admira
ble orgatii-iitiou of the graud field sti D'; fron
Prut-fin, the firm and compact geourul mili
tary anatomy; from France, tho model of iu
field oidiiiiinoo and uuientitio artillery theory
and praoiioo ; and from tbo United States, itd
taetioal euimimy, its iufuntry equipment und
dril), its army regulations und its theory ol
military mniiocuvro and strategio practice.
"Weet Pallal con I n mted Webt Point, und ac
counts in great mensure fir that phenomenon
so inexplicable to the criticii-m of the foreign
lookers on-groat battles fought, with no
marked ordooisive results attained. Gonernl
Leo and his advert-nries mado the same moves
on tho hostile held tbat they learned to make
on the chet-B-ltoard of tbo common parent
academy. Jauk-no, alone, ranudiutod West
Point, studied Frederiek and Napoleon, und,
?b a coin-equeiiue, ucliieved more brilliant ro
eull-i, iu a brief career of twenty months, tbau
tbo v?bolo array of emineut commanders,
Federal and Cniifederato, combined, accom
plished in finn- years of war.
The orgauia itioti of ihn Confederate army
was a ti'iiBlied puco of military moohtuiieni,
moihnd:c>il, hnriuiiuiiiu-*, composite in all por
tiiinmg to its exterior, practical arrangement
but lluro wai a fatal defect in its interior,
vital cenn? my-a morbid, organic derange
ment-tbat defeated every hope of healthy
bodily action, preyed upon the seat of life,
and caused its ult?malo dissolution That
dis??H i was tlie ub-eneo of disciplino, lfit
bad po6ne.-sod ibis one import mt quality, tho
battle of Sh rphburg would hive declared
tbo independeuoe of tno South. General Lee
cruBBcd over tuto Maryland, a fortuight be
fore the happening ol' tbat battle, with HU,DUO
troops ; but. on that ii"ld, ho could only pul
his hand on 35,000 of ih-.t number. Not thal
thie moro than moity ot his army had wilful
ly deserted thoir colors ; but, allured from
their commands by tbo proTuse hospitality o?
the people of Maryland, they lingered behind
tbo advancing army, thinking to rejoin it in
time t*i share its laurels.
Sin h coiiduot tbo HVHtcms of Frederiek and
Napolonn pronounced desertion, and inflexi
bly punished with death. The great body of
the rank nnd lile of tbo Southern army wae
compo-cd of a social element tbat, in the ar
mies of other countries, is Boon only in puni
tions of command nud authority * and the ofli
.sers eleo'cd from among themselves, and often
their mimili and intellectual inferiors, left
matters of authority und subordination to take
?are of themselves, wbile tbeir only care w?.t
to make the reports correspond from day te
day ; and grave delinquenceB were connived
at in the Hamo way that college students deem
it a badgo of dishonor to not the part of in
former against their associates. Under such
a gmer .1 relaxation of authority, discipline
was impot-siblfl * aud the Southern army wai
nothing more th >n an association of patriotic
gentlemen, uninvited by tho onthusiasm of ti
common c?ui-o. and regarding army regula
tiona and dit-cipline as designed only for n
raoo of slaves. When onoo in hattlo, thoy
fought with a dash, spirif, resolution and
desperation of valor such as has never boen
czoolled by any soldiery in the world, an
oient or modem. In the F iropcan sonso of
the word, (hero was no such thiug known to
the Confederate army as discipline. Tho
punishment of desortion by death was tbo
exception, radier than the rulo ; and tho bund
of the oommandorin chief was weakened
just in proportion as the severiiy ol the 3?sc?
plino was relaxed. Jackton was fio only
general i.ffioor in tho Confederate sorvico who
applied the rigid dif-oiplino of the European
armies to that under his own command ; and
in proportion to its numbers, and in view of
the brief period within which ita splendid
operations wero performed, no army in the
world ever acoomplixhod euoh brilliant re
sults. Hu* severo disciplino held his troopa
firm, close, oompact, in band, nud when he
.truck, it was with a full strength of his arm,
and victory was the ?result. Bragg mado
some ineffectual attempts to disoipline the ar
my of the West ; but tho Sonthorn blood was
too high to bend to what it'eonooived to be a
degradation, and could not then realize that
it W-M bettor ttii.ii the eternal degradation that
Tho infaulry scrvico of tho Confederate
army was tho fiae.t body of light foot, bating
tho disciplino, tbo world ovor saw. It pos
sessed all tho tenacity In lino of tho Austriiin?,
till tho confidonco iu columo, bolduci-s in ut
I tuok und cou! solf-uoscot-sion io dofeat, of tho
British, and all tho daring intrepidity and'
fearless dish of the French Corps d' Afriawj
while tbo doliboratent'Mj und pr.oit-i-ti willi
which it delivered ita doadly riflo liro, iufliot
iug uourly a double lo.s on tho euotny in al
most every engagement, attested its vnst supe
riority over ttmf. of tho enemy. Tho Ckmfed
erato -kiruiifihcra wcro tho terror of the Fod
oral army ; and in all combined movements
iu tboopcu Hold and with number, always
inferior %o tho onomy, tho Southern infantry
bus never failed to win tho field. This supe
riority proceeded not from tho greater bra
very of tho Confederate troups, hut from thoir
greater combined skill und intelligence, flow
ing from ihi_t larger latitude givon to individ
ual action. Without their officers to guido
und direct thom, the Federal troups wero lit
tlo bitter than au armed mob. Tho Confede
rate troops acted generally as woll without
as with their of&ctna, whoso superiority wai
only the temporary distinction of rank. There
wero nvn in tho ranks of tho Southern army
' who could havo supplied tho places of their
general officers. Gun. Roger A Pryor, after
gallantly nerving his country as Commander
of ii brigade, tendered his resignation, and
fought to (ho end of tho war in tho capacity
of a gallant private of the famous 9th Virgi
Tho English refer with just pride and en
thusiastic pr.iiso to tho Hnlid tcuauity and
stubborn courage of tbo British infantry at
tho buttle of Inkermann, where 8,0U() British
l>t_ht font held in oheck and finally repaired
15,(1(10 Russian infantry ; hut it cannot com
paro with tho brilliant and Bpiritcd inf.iutry
1 .barge, of Ewell'? and L ?ngstreet's corps
upon tho fortified position of tho enemy at
Gettysburg, on tho evening of the secoud dav'e
battle, wlnro tbo Southern infantry movpd to
r tbo assault undera withering artillery fire,
and swept boforo it throe heavy linos of bat
1 tie. And nothing is so forcibly illustrative
- of that high inteliigonco that was the distin
- guishing characteristic of tho Southern army,
than tho fact that it saw and felt, before ti e
attack was made, that the nBsauIt of the 3d
3 mu't provo n failure.
The cavalry branch of tho Confederate
a army was, strictly sp aking, only a part of
t its infantry army, clothed with equestrian
t, powers and i ffiocs. It was only a body of
r mounted infantry, thnt, as advanced vidottcn
I? and dariug scout-., formed tbo cars and eyes
. of that array thut novor wits but once taken
. by eurpriso. The mounted ioroo of tho Con
[ federate armv resembled the Russian Co
. Hack, whoso office is to harass and threaten,
? not to attack ; and as guerrillas, they became
as renowned as tho famous knights of the Cid.
i Ashby, and Stuart, and Forrest, and ila ni p
- ton, aud Moscby, and Fitz Leo, rcoall tho
. memories of Villars and Fitz James-of Tan
. crod and Alva-never of Kupon and Murat.
But the essential pride and glory of tho
i Southern army, particularly of that portion
. of it that was known as the ''Army of North
? ern Virginia." was its matc-ltss artillery
arm. The world might havo been ooufidontly
i challenged to produce Buch a splendid array
of high intelligence, practicaj skill and di.
:' ciplincd valor as was centered in that re
nowned artillery corps that wub wielded by
. thnt eminent patriot chief, Major-Gunerul
William II. Pendletou. As a body it was
oonipos-d of the very pride and flower of tho
Southern chivalry, una fully attested its lofty
olaima to distinction on all tims?? bloody fields,
?t otcbing from Manaseis to Petersburg ; und
. ti* the espooiul glory of the famous VVa??b
, iugtou Artillery to havo first wreathed tho
Confederate banner wiih tho t-ra >ko of its
(rimy on the field of Bull Run, and boomed
tho labt hostile defiance on mournful Appo
mattox. Walton, VVulkor und Long; Poaguo,
Carter and Ilaskell : Pegrain, Mcintosh und
Neltion, are names that will ever he honored
in tho proud pantheon of Southern beroi.-m
and di votiou, and will live as long nu tbo
lamo ofthat immortal struggle which they
so brilliantly signalized by thoir own lofty
Tho original organization of tho Confcdjrato
artillery was into o.inipames, attnuh.il to it_ in
fantry brig ule, und ?uije.t to tho ordi ra of the
bridad cr ; but it wa. soon discov.-ro 1 i ha: oom -
, man ?ora of Lu ?gaden, iii i "rest majority ... winna
..vero front the w"lki or civil life, wore not the c1 is-i
of ofli ?c ? to give tho artillery srin thnt power und
' i_f.-iiv_no.-_ if which, nu ?er -kail ul, a.ientifi- di
roetlou it was ho eminently aiiacoptiule. There*
lore, lmfore the opening of tho spring campaign
of 18G3, a io;iiUr artillery and ordnance a'_11' waa
Org"ni_-tl, ia the _riny of North, i n Virginia, with
lV'inllotoii at its head. Datulioua wero foriu_d,
1 unmb-i-Dg from eixteen to twenty gun. each, una
. ip r til.g in tbo di Id willi its ro-pectivo ii f_iitr3'
ai \ is o ii, aud on ?.b under tlio iinmi-di-to command
of na own artillery chief, wh > Lad neun assigned
<r promoted to it by reason of hiadiatingiii>hed
li nets?, mid quitlitication, nu indicated by former
te.tsofhigh e\o?jlli-ii.:o in tin) nr.-ic icoof thoiii id.
And undor the direction of this able corps of ar
tillery olhcere, the grand Houiheru field park, beth
inounioi! and lior.o, promlly aaaenod ita amita to
a plico in tlio very trout rank of tbo artillery ar
mament of tlio world. Pclnain - and M.Ortgor'a
. Union, cavalry batteries, that operated witu the
? d miling troop-ra of Hiuart, won a liiaiiuciion see
on I not oven to tbo celebrity of the famom flying
1 artillery of Anstria.
For tbo first two years of the war, the field metal
of the Oonfcderate park wai greatly inferior to
that of tho onoinv. The b.ittloa of Dull linn, Ma
naeaaa and tho Haven l'lncs were fought ith ?i_
poondor gun??, twelve-pouuder howitzer and a fow
I thr> o-iiich riflua : aud it waa uot until tho battlo
i of Chiinctll.rHvilln that the Confederate artillery
, armament waa of eufficient lioavy metal to copa
aucooaafully with tbe formi.table Federal field ord
' nanoo. By capturo and foreign purotiaao, the ar
l till: ry of tho ?Tiny of Northern Virginia waa
i M-rung thon ml hy a full IK Id compliment of ton and
two it.v-ponudor Pairota, tho twolvc-pouuder Na
poleon gun howitzer and a few Whitworth and
' Armstrong rifle-? : hut the twenty -pound ? ?_ par
i run.-und tbo twilvo-pounder N-piduLius were the
i weapons with which tho Uonioderato artillery
I obi-fly won their bloody trophi>?e ?nd ?roto sucn
a hrilliant chapter in tho reuoids of high artillery
fior lor .mi nu.. lu nothing waa the Souiheru ai til
my inf rior to ihat of tha F?deral, aavo in tho
, rnattor of ammumtiou ; in every othur p irticuhtr,
it waa decidedly superior, as atu ?tod Ou cvory
ti Id win.ro tho twoarinies wero brought in direct
Tho army of the Unit? d Htitcs, wbother regard
ed in tho li-lit of ita aciintille i hoary or practio-tl
' arraiigi nient, .tunda eonspiei-ualy arning the
vary high? sr modela of modern military organiza
tion. It ato .(1 confesaedly high oven beforo the
opening id tbo Into bloooy drama, a-id has since
added tho froils of a laivo and proflrnbl. practi
cal -xpt-rii-uco to its lonner high iii. o.ctical ii??
tutf-s, malting it a complote and finiabod specimen
of Hcieuiitio mibtiry urr.ingcoi ?nt, and e_n ho
atiidin.l to emin, nt advantage by all tho in .(lorn
war-bur? ma thai wiall to profit by tho experienced
roaiilt- of nov. 1 military formularitioa and appli
Mi_3i?si. pi. -Jndgo Sliarkoy has roturnod homo
from Washington, lio doon not think ho bottored
his prospcots of a soat in Congroso by Ida lotler on
tbo -oiiatitutioual Amendment.
Tim Min-iifimpin ?tato Ponitontiary waa loauod on
tho 11th, to J. W. Young & Co.
Tho Urookhavon Soutliorn Journal, of tho lOtli,
rocjrds tho a_8a:<8lnation of Mr. Jool Norton, whilo
on tho gallery of his bona-, gotting a drink of
wator, in the night. Tho porpotrator ia unknown,
and tho causo 1 kowiso, as ho waa a poacoahlo and
quiet itizon, with no known onomioa. Btill worso,
his littlo nophow, lying nulo ?p in an adjoining
room, was also instantly killod by tno eamo bnllot.
Tida .a the aosoud of such assassinations in that
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WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
and solo of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KHND8.
Offloo at tho corner or 1'1'OAl) AUD EAST BAY
I3TREET3, in basnmont of Stato Bank, where B-mploa
may bo seen.
R-VKn-NOEs- Mr. O. M. Furman, Mr. Thcodaro D.
Wagner, Monars. John Fraser k Co., Mossra. Mordocal k
Co., Messrs. W. C. Dukes k Co., Motura. (Jourdln
MattlUosscil k Co., Charleston, S. O.
October 21 ' wfmCmo
" J. E. daprayT"
NO. 6 UBEBTY STREET, SOUTH SIDE,
CHARLJBBTON, 8. C.
8?*pt??-b8r 19 wfm
GEORGE Wv WILLIAMS & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
HAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
COTTON FACT O US , COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Church-street, Chai las ton, S. C. No. 147'Maiden Lane, New York.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS. E. 0. WILLIAM?. J. II. TAYLOR. W_L BIRNIE, Ju. EDWIN PLATT.
HAVING ESTABLISHED OUB HOUSES AS ABOVE, W15 OFFER YOU OUR SERVICES POA
THE TRANSACTION 09 YOUR BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON AND NEW YORK.
No vcmbor 14 ufni_mo
_- iga i li ?__??__-----W
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
CORNER OF KING- AND BEATJFAIN STREETS.
STK1MIEN THOMAS, Jr..WILLIAM 8. LANNEAU.
TTAVING RECEIVED A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LIDIES AND GESTLKMKH'i
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE AND FARC. GOODS,
In vite their customers and Hie public generally to au in-pcclion of Um Kim?.
They li-ve tJeo on band a full asEor?ntiit of
SPECTACTJ-S AND EYE GLASSES
CUT AND PRESERVED GLASS DECANTERS, GOBLETS
CHAMPAGNE, TUMBLER, WTNE AND QOEDLVL
EVERY VARIETY OF HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
NO. 255 KING-STREET,
CORNER OF BEALPAI?I,
Novom-cr 1 _umwf_mo CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
SOUTHERN DRY GOODS ROUSE.
EPSTD? & ZEMANSKY,
294 KING STREET,
(Corner Weniworth St.,)
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
the attention of the ladies of
Charleston and the country visitors
to their largo and choice stock of
CLOAKS, ranging from four dollars
each and upwards ; SHAWLS from
two dollars and fifty cents each and
upwards ; a nice lot of D ?t E S S
GOODS, to suit the present season,
at twenty cents per yard ; tiio best
quality of MERRIMAC PRINTS at
twenty cents per yard ; and all other
goods usually kept iu a flrst-class
Dry Goods Store.
A low fino BROCHA SHAWLS,
with scarlet centres, and a variety
of other colors, at very low prices.
A few fine YELYET CLOAKS, of
The above Shawls and Cloaks are
of the best material and of the best
manufacture, and aro suitable for
choice purposos. Will bo sold at
greatly reduced prices.
Wo have received a choice selec
tion of FANCY GOODS, suitable for
A call is respectfully solicited.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY.
Novombor 10 lmo
LOW PRICED CLOTnrNO, SUITABLE FOR FREED
MEN, from t_ lo MO ? ault, to which ?we Invito the
attention of ilarolian.i, Factors and Plantera.
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
Novombor 7 90 No. 121 -LKETINCt BTBI?-T.
KERSEYS, HATTNETS, BLANKETS, FLANNEL8
and otbor Low Woolla--, tor plantation use, for
EDWIN DATES &, CO.,
November 7 30 No. 124 MKK-.'INO STREET.
NO. IO? BAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
BOTTER, CHEESE AND rROV._IO.I8.
JtSf Liberal -drone?- made on oonal.rt__._nt_.
KEW GOODS, MW GOODS,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING!- STREET.
WE BEO LEAVE TO INFORM OUR FRIENDS AN?
tin? public Uial wo Uttvi; quice recovorcd from the
shock of tho late Aro, having ruc-ived lur?.;?) additions in
Stock to each department.
We aro still runninR off some Goods at very low price*,
which ure very desiralile.
Wo would call special attention lo some very de
A FULL LINE OF BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS, NEW
A NEW LOT OF FRENCH KID GLOVES for Gente
and Ladies; warm Gloves lor Winter.
PLANTATION BLANKET- in all qualities
ENGLISH DUFFTLL DLANKETS
EN0ILI8H PLAINS AND KERSEYS, all Wool
SUPERIOR BED BLANKETS, in ?.*"] sizes and qu-tlUes.
REAL WELCH FLANNELS.
IN EVERY QUALITY RANGING FROM 33 TO 76 OTB.
Confiiuriors will find it to their advant-go to call and
examino tho abovo mentioned Goods.
Wo will guavranteo to sall all Goods at as LOW PRICBS
as they can bo bought in tho city.
All of tho above Goode will be sold at low prioes, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King street.
November 7 _
HAVING ADDED TO THEIR ALREADY
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
BY DIRECT IMPORTATION,
ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PU11LIO AS IN
FORMER YEARS, AT
NO. 5 HAYNE-ST.
HOLMES & CO.,
ll.rPOI.TEnS A"WI> DEALEItS IN
?OS. 126 MEETING AM SS HASEL STREETS,
CIIAUIJ?STON, S. O.