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Dread warder of aa ancient land,
Thon wondrous form of changeless stone,
Reigning o'er leagues of shifting sand,
Unnumbered ages for thy throne;
Pigmies, we gaze and pass away
I now, Cambyses yesterday.
Dim mem'ries of forgotten things
Haunt these large eyes; the shepherd chiefs,
The victor's crown-the pride of kings,
E'en meaner mortal's lesser griefs;
Canst thou recall old Menes' face?
Hast bowed before Eodope's grace ?
Those grand lack-lustre eyes perchance
Saw Helen like a goddess more;
And Alexander's fateful trance
That ruined Dion for her love;
Didst hear stern Protons quick dismiss
The wretch who morrea a guest-friend's bliss ?
Vain-wor?e than vam-no word comes through
Thy lips' cold portals. Thou hast seen
The conq'ring Mede. the crafty Jew,
Greek cages, Antony's dark Queen;
Is't to their ghosts in yon soft haze
Thou turn'st that everlasting gate ?
Great Horus, answer-art thou mute ?
Hast no responsive chords for eve,
Like Morn's old vot'ry ?-I salute
Thine awful silence. Let me weave
My puny fancies, knowing well
Man may not learn th' Inscrutable.
What though thy buried secret sleeps
In far Ogygian oons ? Still
Ibo daily sunshine o'er the creeps,
And so for unknown ages will ;
And men shall view thy massive brow.
And marvel at its calm, as now.
Eve's rich glow lingers round thy head,
And lights thy melancholy face,
As loving all its gold to shed
On the last monarch oi thy race;
Slow fade the purple tints-farewell I
Deep are thy thoughts-too deep to tell.
A I in ll Day in Both Houses-The Statte
Penitentiary-Acts Approved by the
[FROM OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT. ]
COLUMBIA, S. C., December21. -The proceed?
ings in both branches of the Legislature were
Mr. Leslie introduced ibo following resolu?
Whereas, Many citizens of the State of Sooth
Carolina are of the opinion that the State con?
stabulary force in South Carolina are useless
and expensive; therefore, be it
Resolved, That a committee ot three sena?
tors be appointed to inquire into the practical
operation of the law creating such force,
"whether now necessary, cost, number of ar?
rests made, &c. The committee are required
to make an early report, with such suggestions
and recommendations in the premises as they
may deem pro Der.
The resolution was laid over for considera?
tion on tho first day of the meeting of the
Senate after the recess.
Mr. Leslie gave notice of a bill to repeal cer?
tain provisions of an act chartering the ferry
across the Savannah River, known as Sand Bar
Ferry (near Augusta, Ga.)
A message*was read from the Governor
transmitting the report of the committee
which bad examined the accounts of Major
Thomas B. Lee, superintendent of the peni?
tentiary. The Governor expresses himself
satisfied, from the developments of the testi?
mony that have come under his notice, that a
change in the administration of the peniten?
tiary is necessary to the protection of the pub?
On notion, the message was referred to the
Special Committee on the Penitentiary.
The resolution for the payment of $18193
to S. L. Leaphart, was read a second time,
agreed to, and ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. JilLson reported as duly and correctly
engrossed, and ready for a third reading, the
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to ex?
tend the time for officers to qualify."
A bill to authorize the Comptroller-General
to audit, the accounts of commissioners and
managers of elections.
A message from the Governor was read, an?
nouncing tue approval of tho following acts
and joint resolutions:
1st. An act to renew the charter cf the Cam?
den Independent Fire Engine Company.
2d. An act to provide for the payment of the
fees of sheriffs for dieting persons confined in .
3d. An act to make appropriation for the
- payment of the per diem and mileage of the
members of tbe General Assembly, and the
salaries of tho subordinate officers, and other
expenses incident thereto.
Joint resolution authorizing the State Trea
. surer to pay the chairman of Board of Com?
missioners of Elections appointed by Consti?
tutional Convention, $329.
At 2 P. M, Hayne moved that the Senate do
The motion was agreed to, and the President
annnounced the Senate adjourned to January
5,1869, at twelve M.
The House adjourned at half-past twelve P.
M., remaining in session only half an hour
after the usual hour of meeting.
UNITED STATIS CIRCUIT COURT ros SOUTH
CAROLINA-Hon. George 8. Bryan, Dis tr ict
Judge, presiding-Columbia, Thursday, De'
Sx parte F. G. JPeFontauie. Petition for ;
final discharge. J. 0. Carpenter, pro pet.
Upon motion, referred to R. B. Carpenter, Re?
gistrar, and final hearing to be had oa. 11th
Ex parts C. F. Waters. Petition as above.
Easley & Wells,' pro pet. Upon motion, re?
ferred to E. Summer, 'Registrar, and final hear?
ing to bs bad on 17th January, 1869.
Ex parte Benjamin B. Scott. Petition as
above. Oaklington <fc Suber, pro pet Samo
order aa above, except that final hearing be
had on 15th January, 1869.
In re P. W. Kraft, ex parte T. J. Lamotte.
Petition to sell perishable property. W. H.
Talley, pro pet. Order of sale granted, the
proceeds of which to be paid Registrar Claw
son. Also, ordered that the said bankrupt, to?
gether with J. 0. Seagers, 0. F. Brown, E. W.
Geiger, A. Les and T. Lee be examined before
the Coramisaioners on 18th December, and the
testimony be mads a part of this case.
In rs J. F. M. Connell, ex parte J. C. Josey.
Petition for sale. Presaley, Lord A Inglesby,
pro pet Order of 21st November, 1868, modi?
fied so that the assignee, after paying tbe costs
and expenses of these proceedings, ho do pay
tbs amount due the petitioner and hold the
balance "ubject |o the further order of this
lu re T.TG. Robertson, ex parte N. 0. B>
ber ison. Petition, for involuntary bankruptcy.
F. W. McMaster, attorney for creditor. On
motion of solicitor pro pet, ordered that the
petition be withdrawn, 4c.
Ex parte Wade BL Se tel er. Petition for
final discharge. Jones <k Jones, pro' pet. Upon
favorable report of Registrar Summer, tLe
Judge signed order and certificate of discharge,
under seal of court.
Ex parts Thomas Jordan, in re David M.
Mobley. Petition to establish lien. McCants
A Douglas, pro pet. Upon motion, referred
to W. J. dawson, Registrar.
Ex parte Smith Cook, W. M. Robbins. Pe?
tition as above. G. J. Patterson, pro pet.
Same order as above.
Ex parte Themas Ellison. Petition for final
discharge. Jones A Jones, pro pet. Same or?
der as above.
Ex parts Francis Hammond. Petition tor
voluntary bankruptcy. W. H. Wigg, pro pet.
Same order as above.
Ex porte John E. Robertson. Petition as
above. W. H. Wigg, pro pet. Same order as
Issue Docket-Brunell E. Boykin vs. Germa?
nia Fire Insurance Company. Porter & Conner
and DePass, for plaintiff; Simonton & Barker,
for defendants. Tbs testimony in this case
was resumed this morning, and upon conclu?
sion the counsel proceeded to the argument,
which was not half finished at the hour of ad?
journment. 4 P. M. The remainder of the ar?
gument will be heard to-morrow at ll A. M.
FBXDAT, December 18.-Ex parte H. W. Rice.
Pickling A Pops, pro pet. Ex parts H. N.
Obear. James H. Sion, pro pet. Petitions
for admission to practice in United States
Courts for South Carolina. The Committee of j
Examination haring reported favorably, on
motion of respective counsel, Judge signed
order of admission, and petitioners were duly
sworn and commissioned.
Issue Docket.-H. B. Chaplin & Co, vs. David
Lopez. Brewster A Spratt for plaintiffs. Duryea
A Cohen for defendant. Jury rendered a ver?
biet for plaintiffs for $809 92.
I. 8. Jaffray ? Co. vs. R. M. Welch. O'Con?
nor for plaintiffs. Sim?os A Simons for de?
fendant. Jury rendered a verdict for plaintiffs
Tor $1524 17.
In Bankruptcy.-EL parte John B. Cochran.
Petition for voluntary bankruptcy. J, S. Mar
ray, pro pet. Order of reference to Registrar
dawson, under seal of court. .
Ex parte Thomas Taylor. Petition as above.
J. T. Rhett, pro pet. Order of reference to
Befristrar Summer, under seal of court.
Ex parte J. B. Steedman and William Mun?
ro, assignees, vs. William Beaty, in re Robert
Beaty. R. Munro and B. P. Arthur, pro pet.
Upon motion, ordered that assignees have
leave to lease land, kc.
Ex parte Robert Beaty and F. H. Hobson,
in re Jesse Beaty. On hearing the answer in
this case, and on motion of -Inoro, defend?
ant's attorney, it is ordered that the injunc?
tion heretofore granted be dissolved, and that
assignees be allowed to sell, ?fcc.
Ex parte Wm. Shiver. Petition for volunta?
ry bankruptcy. P. W. Mcilaster, pro pet.
Order of reference to Registrar dawson, under
seal of Court.
Ex parte J. T. Zeal.v. Petition for final dis?
charge. Garlington & Suber, pro pet. Upon
favorable report of Registrar Summer, dudse
signed order and certificate of discharge, under
seal of Court.
Ex paree J. H. Adams. Petition for final dis?
charge. Whitner & Whitner, pro pet. On
motion, referred to Registrar Summer, and final
hearing to be had on 15th of January, 1869.
Ex parte Joel A. Sloan and Thos. L. Gath
bert. Petition for final discbarge. Whaley,
Mitchell & Clancy, pro pet. Order of reference
to Registrar Carpenter, and final hearing to be
had on 11th of January, 1869.
SATUBDAT, December 19-Issue Docket.-The
jury rendered verdicts fer the plaintiffs
the following cases, to wit: George Page & Co
vs. A. J. Gonzales. Rutledge & Young for
plaintiffs; M. P. O'Connor for defendant. Ver?
dict $6300 64.
George Searight vs. Bank of the State
Brewster & Spratt for plaintiff; W. G. DeSaus
sore for defendant. Verdict $3967.
Hugh McCrea vs. Bank of the State. Brew
ster & Spratt for plaintiff; W. G. EeSaussure
for defendant. Verdict $2650.
M. E. Alexander vg. H. G. T'ride. Melton
Melton for plaintiff; S. P. Hamilton for defend?
ant. Verdict for $81210.
Inquiry Docktl.-Winiam McRoberts vs
Deignan & Baker. Rutledge & Young, for
plaintiff. The Judge, under the sixteenth rule
of court, decreed damages for plaintiff at
In Bankruptcy.-Ex. parte Morris Alexiuder
Petition for tina! discharge. J. N. Nr.ihan, pro
pet. Order of reference to Registrar Carpen
ter, and final hearing ordered on 19th January
Ex parte Alfred Price. Petition as above
Brown & Mikel!, pto pet. Same order as above
Ex parte James B. Hair. Petition as above
Simeon Fair, pro pet. Order of reference to
Registrar Summer, and final hearing to be had
19th January, 1869.
Ex parte John Meghan, in re F. G. DeFou
taino. Petition to establish lien. P. W. Mc
Master, pro pet. Order of reference to R. B
Carpenter, Registrar, to report, Ac.
Ex yarto L. P. Wagner, in re Hunt & Broth?
ers. Petition for final discharge. McCrady &
Son, pro pet. D. T. Corbin, contri. Case or?
dered to be docketed and trial at Jannarv
Ex parte John P. Aull. Petition for final
discharge. Sime.m Fair, pro pet. Upo J favor?
able repcrt of Registrar Summer, Judge signed
order and certificate of ?u al discharge.
Ex parte H. M. Ross. Petition as above.
S. P. Hamilton, pro pet. Order of reference
to W. J. dawson, Registrar.
Ex parte Francis M. Chisolm. Petition for
voluntary bankruptcy. S. P. Hamilton, pro
pet. Same order as above.
Ex parte Charles S. Price, in re Joseph A.
Wylie. Creditors' petition of involuntary bank?
ruptcy. S. P. Hamilton, pro pet. On motion,
petition was dismissed, and agreement of com?
position and release ordered to be filed.
The following petitions for voluntary bank?
ruptcy, on motion of respective counsel, were
referred to W. J. Claws on, Regis! rar: Ex parte
W. H. Sartor; Robert W. Shand, pro pet. Joseph
G. Harlan; Wal la co & Mc Kies ic, pro pet.
Thomas N. Bennett; dawson & Thompson, pro
pet. William F. Farley; Walker & Price, pro
pet. G. W. H. Legg; Bobo & Carlisle, pro pet.
Barwell E. Boykin VB. Germania, Niagara,
Hanover and Republic Fire Insurance Compa?
nies, Perter arm Conner and W. L. DeFsss for
Slain ti ff. Simonton & Barker for defendants,
his case, which has oecapied the attention of
the Court since Tuesday last, was resumed this
morning. Upon conclusi?n of argument, and
charge of the Judge, the jury retired and re?
turned into court with a verdict for plaintiff
MONDAY, December 21-Jsstte Docket.-Envin
& Hardee vs. R. Johnson. 3imonton & Barker
for plaintiffs. Brewster & Spratt and Haskell
for defendant. Jury rendered verdict for $2,
14181 for plaintiffs.
Erwin & Hardee vs. Thomas H. Johnsen,
Simonton & Barkel' for plaintiffs. Brewster &
Spratt and Haskell for defendant. Verdict for
plaintiffs for $2,14181.
Inquiry DocktL-EvA & Co. vs. Samuel
Brown. Whitner & Whitner for plaintiffs. Jury
rendered a verdict for $781, with interest from
In Bankruptcy.-The following petitions for
voluntary bankruptcy, on motion of respectivo
attorneys, referred to W. J. dawson, Registrar:
Ex parte Thomas D. Newman. Simpson &
Simpson, pro pet. Ex parte Thomas R. Brown.
D. B. DeSaussure, pro pet.
The following petitions for voluntary bank?
ruptcy were referred to H. Summer, B*".^tror:
Ex parte W. F. Peterson. John T. Spearman,
pro pet. Ex parte J. W. Suber. Wm. Wallace,
pro pet. Ex parte W.H. Boyd. Todd & Todd, :
pro pet. Ex parte Thomas S. Miller. W. M. :
Gary, pro pet.
Ex parte J. W. Simpson, in re R. G. Seibert.
Petition to establiah bon. Simpson & Simpson,
pro pet. Upon motion, referred to W. J. dawson,
Registrar, to report, &c.
Ex oarte J. W. Rawlinson, in re John May. ,
Petition as above. Wilson and Witherspoon, :
pro pet. Same order as above.
Ex parte J. T. Solomon & Co., in re J. S. Wells. ?
Petition as above. Hayneiworth & Fraser, i
Pressley, Lord & lng leahy, pro pet. Upon fa?
vorable report of Register Carpenter, order of 1
Ex parte O. A. Coleman. Petition for final
hearing to be had on 22d of January, 1889.
In re 8. 6. Gasque. Petition aa above. W.
W. H ar He e, pro pet. Referred to R. B. Carpen?
ter, Registrar, and final bearing as above.
Ex parte Seixas A Brothers, in re J. W. Grady.
Petition for involuntary bankruptcy. Reed &
Earle, pro pet. On motion, ordered that Wm.
H. Perry be enjoined from making any transfer
or disposition of any part of the property spe?
cified in the deed ot assignment mentioned iu
the p?tition, Ac; that the Marshal as Messen?
ger do take possession of all the estate, real
and personal, until the further order of this
In re John W. Rhodes. Petition for final
discharge. Garlington & Suber, pro pet.
Upon favorable report of Registrar, the Judge
signed order and certificate of fi aal discharge.
In re G. D. Grice, R. R. Dingle, Alexander
Rantin. Petition as aboye. G. W. Dingle,
pro pet. On motion, final hearing ordered on
18th January, 1869.
Ex parte W. J. Page, in re W. D. Samuel.
Petition for involuntary bankruptcy. On
motion, ordered ??a? petitioner have leave to
withdraw petition, ?c.
The following petitions to establish lion were
referred to W. J. Clawson, on motion of Mc
Aliley ?fc Brawley, pro pet.: Ex part? James L.
Guy, iure John McConnell. Ex parte Jar.es
B. Jeter, et al., in re Robert Beaty.
There being no further business for considera?
tion, the court then adjourned till to-morrow
10 A. M.
Do MEN WEAR COSSETS ?-The question, "Do
Men Wear Corsets?'' is answered by a New
York corsetmaker, who says they do, and
be "knows it, because he makes them." He
The finest gentlemen in town employ this
rrreans of giving symmetry to their figures.
They are not used so much by young me n as
by those somewhat advanced in life. Wealthy
gentlemen of middle age like to be thought
handsome, and to have preserved the sym me?
t? y and grace of youth. I should say that
there are at least three thousand gentlemen iit
New York who wear corsets habitually, and
lace them pretty tightly too.
THE STBEAM OF COTTON FBOM TUB WEST.
The Selma Times, of Friday last, says :
Cotton continues to leave here daily and
nightly for various places, including Liverpool.
Mr. J. C. Graham shipped two hundred bales
this morning at 3.45, for the above named
place via Charleston. It is worthy of notice
that no insurance ot freight is necessarv when
shipped on the old and well-tried route be?
tween Selma and Charleston, and that freight
eau be insured at one half per cent, between
Charleston and New York.
The new Town Council of Greenville has elec?
ted Sheriff A. B. Vickers, Town Marshal, at a
salary of thirty dollars per month. Mr. Mc
David has been re-elected Clerk.
Mr. W. J. Stevenson, Tax Collector for York,
has lodged with the sheriff near three thou?
sand tax executions against defaulting tax?
payers. A large proportion of these are
against freedmen, who nave failed to pay the
NEW TOBE-Per stoimship Charleston-86 bagB
Sea Wind and 1312 bales Upland Cotton, 147
tierces Bice, 19 bales Domestic! and Tarn, 28 J
sacks Corn, 61 pkgs Sundries, and 175 bags Pea?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship . ea Gull-130 tierces
Bice, 329 bales Upland Coltan, 50,000 feet Lum?
ber, 10 casks Ciay, 5 bales Tarn, 4 tons Iron. 8
bales and hhds Hides, and 28 Packages...- Per
sehr A H Edwards-200 tons Phosphate Bock
and 50.000 feet Lumber.
WILMINGTON, DEL-Per sehr Wm G Dearborn
300 tons Phosphate Rock.
Thc Charleston Cotton and Rice Market
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, \
CHARLESTON. TursJay Evening, Dec. 22, '03. J
COTTON.-The inquiry for this article was to a
fair extent and prices were generally supported; but
less favorable telegrams afterwards coming to hand
the feeling ia the market was weaker aud prices had
an easier inclination. Sale? about 450 biles, viz: 36
at 2-2; 8 at 22?; 10 at 23; 45 at 23^, 133 at 23J?; 103
at 23?; 98 at 24; 12 at 21?; and ll of fancy cotton
of extra preparation and staplo at 38?c $ lb. We
Ordinary lo good ordinary.22 fa23
Strict middling.24 ?@
The following are thc quotatioas of the two leading
NEW TOBE CLASSIFICATION:
Low middling.24 (fe
RICE.-This article continuos in good demand at
well sustained prices. Sales about 175 tierces clean
Carolin?; say 7 at 7?; 25 do at 8?; 30 at 8?, and
about 100 on private terms. We quote common to
fairat7@7?; good 7??@8>*; common prime 8?@
Markets by Telegraph
LOUDON, Tecembar 22-Noon.-Consols 92?;
bocde dull at 74. Miga'lina.
LIVERPOOL, Decemb-r 22-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
sales 16,000 bales. Others unchasgod.
Two P. M.-Cotton quiet; uplands 10s>d; Orleans
10?d. Lord easier at 67s 6d. Pork firm at 87s.
Bacon 54s. Common Rosin 5s 9d. Tallow 48s 6d.
Manchester advices less favorable. Corn duli. Flour
Evening.-Cotton closed quiot; uplands, 10?cL;
Orleans, 10?<L; sales 18,030 bolea. Red Western
wheat advanced 9a. lld.
HAVBE, December 22-Neoa.-Cotton opens quiet.
On tho spot and afloat, If. 22c.
NEW YORK, December 22-Noon.-Stocks very
feverish, with an upward tendency. Money active
at 7* Sterling, 9?. Geld, 35?. 62's-, 10?. Cotton
doll at 25?.
Evening.-Money active with an urgent demand;
market stringent on call at 7 per cent, with a curren?
cy to gold, commission added. Sterling slightly
weaker. Gold closed heavy at. 34?, with little
doing. Stocka generally heavy and unsettled.
Governments quiet and steady; 62's 101?;
North Carolina, new, 62?; Tennessee 68?.
Cotton dull and a sha Je lower; rales 1500 bales at
25a25?. Flour dull and lower; State and
Western superfine $5 9Ua? 26; common to fair extra
Southern $7a7 25. Wheat.very dull and nominally
lower; amber Michigan $2 10. Corn heavy and 2a3c
lowor; ntw white Southern Slal ll; y olio w siai 03.
Oats heavy and declining. Pork firmer but quiet at
$27 60a27 75. Lard Armer at 17?al7?.:. Wbis key
quiet and steady. Turpentine 45?o46e. Rosin the
same. Freights firmer; on cotton, by steam, ?a?c.
Oumul MATT, December 22.-Flour and corn dull
and unchanged. Provisions dall; country etuffoffer
ed freely, but no br.yers; city packers not offering.
Whiskey firm at $1.
LOUISVILLE, Deeembrr 22.-Mesa pork $23. Lard
17?al8. Bulk shoulders ll?; clear sides 15? cts.
Superfino fleur $5 60a6. Whiskey $1.
ST. Lorn*, December 22.-Flour, supdrfine and
lew grades scarce and in fair demand; the better
grides neglected. Cona dull. Pork firm at $27 50a
$28. Bacon in unproved demand, advancing; shoul?
ders 13c; clear sides 17?c; sugar-cured hams 17?c.
Lard firm. Whiskey 95?a96.
WILMISOIOM, December 22.-Spirits turpentine
dull at 41?. Reala steady; strainod to No 1 ut $1 65
a$3 75. Turpentine steady, prices unchanged. Tar
$2. Cotton, middling uplands 23?'. Weather clear
AUGUSTA, December 22.-Cotton closed easier;
sales 740 biles; receipts 1600; middlings 22?a23.
Cotton coming lo freely.
SAVANNAH, Deeemher 22.-Cotton opened with a
good inquiry; sales 800 bales; aalddliags 23?; re?
ceipts 3818 balee.
MOBILE, December 22.-Cotton in light demand;
' -ket easier : sales 730 bales ; middlings ?$.<.
NEW ORLEANS, December 2i.- Sugar aotive and
Qm; common 9?, prime 12*12?, yellow clarified
13al3?. Molasses active and firm, common 50a5S,
prime 68a60. Cotton, low gradea easier, middlings
anehangod 23?; salas 4500 biles; receipts 5233; ex?
porta 7241. Geld 35?. Sterling 47. Commercial
16?. York sight exchange ? discount.
WILMINGTON, December 21.-TUBPENTTNE-Ia
la fair demand, and the pnce i* 6c higher. Sales of
375 hals at $3 fer soil and $2 for hard per 280 lbs.
S rm IT a T OBPENTINE-Only a small stock on tho
market, and it ls held above the views of buyers; no
ROSIN-Sales of only 131 bois at $1 65 for strained
und $2 for mixed grades.
TAB-Sales of 294 bois at S2 per bbl.
COTTON-No sales reported.
COEN-A cargo of 2090 bushels sold to-day at SI ?5
Consignees per South Carolina ita ii road
1203 bales Cotton. 35 bales Domestics. 1736 bush?
els Grain, 100 bartels Naval Stores. To Railroad
Agent, frost k Adger, W C Bee ft Co, J Camps cn &
Co, Pelzor, Rodgerd k Co, G H Hoppook, Johnston,
Crews k Co, Reeder & Davie, Wm Roach. R H Har?
ney, G H Walter k Co, Mowry k Co, AB Mulligan,
Dowling k Co, Brodie k Co, W C Courtney k Co, A J
Salinas, Wardlaw k Carew, Watson k H1U, J Adger k
Co, Cleghorn, Herring k Co, West k Jones, F D C
Kracke, G Bul winkle k Co, and G W Steffens k Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad
142 bales Upland Cotton, 462 bbls Naval Stores.
100 bushels Bough Bice, Lumber, Md-e. kc. To J
N M Wohltman, 1 burston k Holmes G W Clark k
Co, S D Stoney, H W Rinsman, ebUolm bros, s toll,
Webb k Co, J Marshall, Jr, H Bischoff k Co, Kirk?
patrick k Witte, Mowry k Co, Pelzer, Podgers & Co,
Cleghorn, Herring & Co, J R Pringle, Scrcvcn k Nis?
bet, W E Byan, G W Williams k Co, Nachman k Co,
Ravcnel& Co, Frost k Adirer, G H Walter k Co, Groe
ser, Lee, Smith k Co, J N Wigfall, and Order.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-L G
Whitaey. E R Pratt, C Brown, O Phillips, J F Hell
and lady. E Apple, A Rowcoa, J A Smith, M Williams,
F H Churchill, C C North, J B Jemisou, F H Dutton
and General Grant, Jr.
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-Samuel
Beach, Mrs A B Dunbar, M T Moody, J T Gilchrist
and wife, J Baker, J Zimmeiman. Mrs Cunningham,
E Donnelly, J Sheen, J R Nicholson, M Walsh, C J
Fripp, Miss Robb, Mrs Witberbec and daughter, F
Ells, O V Antwerp, D O'Neill, P Driscoll, M Richard?
son, J Gourdin, M Stanton, H A Dunbar, L Coleman
and wife, J R Hagood, H Leland, G Ollingswortb,
Mrs Trimble, J A Talmago, S Stafford, D Spellman,
G Perry and J Jostlse.
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore- B Ster
rett. Jr, E l' Elliott, J B Du??", W W Houston, S W
Smith, and T Sinfclen, colored.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
C B Wiggins, J ll Dcuervisc, A Pudigon, J Sneeze!
ford, Col C Alim?n, Jr, J Levinsohn, Capt G Hay, W
Riley and ethers.
Port of Charleston. December Z23
Arrived Yesterday. ?
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-lett
19th inst. Mdse. To James Adner k Co, J E Adger
k Cc, J D Aiken k Co. M & A Ashton, c D Ahrans k
Co, J Apple, Andrews k Salvo, G W Aimar, J C Burck
myer, E Bates * Co, W M Bird k Co, D Briggs, Agent,
H Bischoff k Co, H D Burkett & Co, Boyd ii O'Mara,
J U Bosch, T M Bristol]. H Bulwinkle k Co, Chisolm
Bros, T M Cater, W S Corwin i: Co, M H Collins, L
Cohen k Co. Cartmill, Hai be son je Co, W H Chafee k
Co, B & A P caldwell, Charleston Gas Co, Claciue k
Witte, G S Cook, JOH C.aus-en, Geo Caulier, John
Commins, P Dorey, H Daly. Miles Drake. Do? ie k
Moise, J B Duval & son, D F Fleming k Co, I L Falk
t Co, O W Flack, J Fergu?on. E J H Fischer, B Feld?
mann & Co, Furchgott k Bros, Fairchild k Hamlin,
Forsyth, McComb 4: Oo, Wm Gurney J H Graver, W
Gibbon, C Goldstern, PLGnillemin, A G Goodwin,
Agent, Goodrich, Wineman k Co, W Harrell, J Hese
man k Pro, N A Hunt, F Horsey, Hart k Cn, B Had
atedt, J Hurkamp je Co, J W Harrisson, J H Hap
poldt, Jeffords ?Co, O E & A S Johnson, O H John?
son, Johnston, frews k Co, J Jos tes, F Kreesell, Jr,
C Kerrison, Jr, Kinsman Bro, Kreite k Chapman, H
Elatte k Co, Kuark,Wickenberg k Co, G Little k Co,
A Langer, Kev T W Lewi?, Laurey k Alexander, M
Luhrs, L Lorentz, C Litschgi, G A Locre k Co, Mur?
phy, Little k Co, M McGoiity, Moffett k Wharton,
[M], S R Marshall, W Matthiessen, J G Milner k Co,
T L Meyer, McLoy k Ri oe, Mrs A S Marshal], Man?
tons A Co, Marshall k Burge, W A Mehrtens, J B
McElhose, M Maras, John Marion, Mr?chers k Mal?
ler, T Murphy, Muller, Nimitz k Co, C Madsen, A
McLe?8h, S?rth, Steele k Wardell, Ostendorff k Co,
J F O'Neill k Son, JCOgeman. D O'Neill k Son, B
O'Neill, D O'Neill, Pelzer, Rodgers k Co, C M Picke
ry, C F Panknin, W ? Pondon, C P Poppenheim.Bev
A T Porter, Palmetto Pioneer Co-Operative Associa?
tion, Quinby k Co, W Rollins, J R Heed k Co, WP
Russell 4 Co, Ravenel 4: Co. SC Railroad Agent,
Street Bros k Co, JE Spear k Co, L Schnell. W B
Smith k Co, W A Sarine, Small. E B Stoddard & Co,
StoU, Webb k Co, Shackelford k Kelly. S A A S P Co.
S S Solomons, Southern Express Co. A O Stone, G W
Steffens k Co, Tait k Howland, A Tobias' Sons, J F
Taylor k Co, J Thomson & Co, 8 G Trott. W Uffer
hardt, G W Williams k Co, Walker, Evans k Cog?well,
T P Waring, H P Walker, W G Whilden k Co, Mrs S
Wat's, West & Jones, Wclah & Brandes, JHWuhr
man, W J Yates and others. Sunday, at 12 M, lat 37
35, long 74 32, exchanged signals with steamer Virgo,
hence tor New York.
Steamship Fa'con, Horsey, Baltimore - left -
inst. Mdzo. To Mordecai & Co, Courtenay A: Tren
holm, Railroad Aecnt. W F Paddon, H Cobia ? Co,
W P Ravenel, C Liiienthal, G fi Cumerofl, Bollmonn
Bro*, J Campsen k Co, Walker, Evans k Cogswell, D
Paul & Co, Miss F Tuder. M Simons, J A Quacken
busb, B Feldmann k Co, Jeffords k Co, Holmes k
Calder, C F Panknin, G W Aimar, Pelzer, Rodgers k
Co, Pm ser Yates. Holmes' Bookstore, W L Webb,
West k Jones, W H Chafuo k Co, G W Hogan, Sim
house A Co, Kllnck. Wioktmberg ? Co, H Bischoff k
Ce, Wemer & Ducker, J C Ogeman, S R Marshall,
H Gerdt? & Co, D A Arame, G W Steffens k Co, T J
Kerr k Co, Russell & Co, R Lawless, J N" M Wohlt
man, J H Wuhrman. G J Luhn. Brown k Hyer, J A
Cook fe co. Ostendorff k Co. J H Graver, F F Chap
peau, H Klattek Co, W C Dukes & Co, WE Bevin,
G W Williams & Co, Stoll, Webb k Co, B O'Neill,
Jahnatou, Crews k Co, JG Blobme and J R Roest
British bark Pawnee, Hut'on, Dublin. Ireland, 53
days. Ballast To the Master.
Spanish bark Olimpia, Pons, Cienfuegos, 15 days.
Ballast To W P Hail.
Sehr Ranger. Gooding, Portland, Mc, 12 dayp. Po?
tatoes, Fish, kc. lo T Tupper & Sons.
6chr JW hilson. Somers; Georgetown, DC. 4days
from the Copes. Coal, l o H F Bak^r k Co.
Sehr Union Flag, Maleny, Philadelphia, 7 days.
Coal ana Mdse. To H F Baker & Co, F P Seiguious,
A Tobias' Sons, G H Brown, Walkar, Evans k Cogs?
well, Cameron. Barkley & Co, Hart A Co, S C Railroad
Co, W H Shaffer, H Kia tte. k Co, Adams. Damon A
Co, J E Adger & Co. J F Bredenberg. R H McDowell
k Sou, Jeffords k Co, W M Bird k Co, Major J E Al?
den, and Order.
Behr Independence, from Combahco 2590 bushels
Bough Rice. To W C Bee k Co.
Sloop Julia, from Cooper River. 572 bushels Rough
Rice. To Wm Gurney.
Sloop Wadboo, from Cooper River. I3U0 bushels
Rough Rice. To Wm Gurney.
Boat from Christ Church. 1 bag Sea leland Cot?
ton. To Wm Gurney.
Steamer Emili?, Davis, Georgetown, S C. 85
tierces Rice, 10 bales Cotton and Sundries. To
Shackelford k Kelly, Mordicai k Co, DH Miscally,
Mrs B F Huger, J R Pringle, G W Williams k Co.
Rev R S Trapier, H X Middleton, E N Thurston, W
Harrall, MR Thurat on, J Levinpohn. Fraser & Dill,
W Lawton, W J Harris, Terry k Nolan, R B Carpen?
ter, W B Pringle, StoU, Webb k Co, JRBoyleston.
and Frost k Adger.
Steamship Charleaban, Barry, New York-lames Ad
gar k Co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
Scbr A H Edwards, Bartlett, Baltimore-H F Baker
Sehr Wm G Dearborn, Scull, Wilmington, Del-H F
Baker k Co.
Steamship Charleston, Barry, New York.
Steamship Alabama, Lim< burner. New York.
Steamship Sea Gill Duttm. Baltimore.
Steper Dictater, WiUay, Palatka, via Jaoksou rifle
Fernandina, and Savannah.
From tliis Fort.
Steamship Carroll, Hudgins Baltimore, Dec 20.
Sehr R Caldwell, Mccormack, New York, Dec 19.
Sailed for tills Fort.
Scbr Jesepti M Fitzpatrick, Smith, from Philadel?
phia, Dec 18.
Thcsteimibip Alabama, whirh was detained here
by Retting on a mad flat in ibis harbor, came off and
proceeded to sea yesterday.
The sehr Vraie, Masen, from Georgetown, S C, ar?
rived at New Yolk, December 19.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, 8, C., TO DEC'R 21.
December 17-Schrs Emma, Anthony. New York;
Emma D tinner, Tattle, Norfolk, Va; G targe k Al?
bert, McDonald, Boston.
December 19-lichrs J L Merrill, Weeks, Alexan?
dria, Va; Moses Pattern, Harding, Elizabelhpert;
Mary Stowe,-, New York.
December 20-Brig Reporter, Cowls, Providence,
December 21-Schrs Matti? Holmes, Topley, Mar?
tinique ; R E Pecker, sher man, Bariadots; Wm Sla?
ter, Slater, New York.
Shipncws lay Telegraph.
NEW YOBK, December 22.-Arrived-Th e steam?
ships Louisa Moore, Huntsville and Gulf Stream.
SAVANNAH, December 22.-Arrived-Steamships
Tena wanda, Philadelphia; San Salvador, New York;
sehr Addie Barslel, Boeton;Wna Allen, Grecnpoint
Cleared-Sehr French, Baltimore.
Sailed-Ship Royal Sovereign, Doboy Island.
AND IMPORTER OF
TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES, o?c., *e"
No. 276 King-street,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
his frisada and the public generally that his
Stock is now complete and solicite inspection- This
stock comprises every article connected wiih an
establishment of thia kind.
CHRISTMAS il NEW YEJR
So. 276 KI.VG-STREE T.
December 22 3
ASELECT ASSORTMENT FROM THE WELL
KNOWN HOUSES OF
LUBIN PETIT & ROCHETTE
COUDRAY PATEY <fc CO.
RIMMEL LOW, SON & HAYDON
SOCIETE HYGENIQUE BAILEY & CO.
GETTE FRERES BAZIN
JEAN MARTE FARINA
DEMAlvbON, PETIT & CO.
AIMAR'S PREMIUM COLOGNE WATER,
Corner King and Vand?rhorst streets.
December 17 thfmwtbhnwf9
JUST RECEIVED. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY PlECE? OF SILVER, suitable for
Christmas and Bridal Presents, at
No. 317 KING-STREET.
December 5 emwlmo
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FTJECHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, ilia: wo Lave just re?
ceived (in addifon to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FAN CT GOulS), a new suppiy suitable for tho
present season. .
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. up
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 50 to 00c.
20 dozen GENEVIEVE HOOP SEIRT3, on elegant
article, 80c. only
A new supply of CORSETS, 70c.
OttCDheimer's celebrated French CORSET, fl 00
A full and complete assortment of Gciman and Eng?
lish HOSIERY, from 12? up
Afine a-sortaient of Ladies' and Children's Silk, Ber?
lin Cloth and Lisle GLOVES, elegant desi me,
and suitable tor Christmas presents.
A lot of PHOTOGRAPHIC ALP [TMS, at 75c.
Ladles' Velvet and Morocco PORTMONAIES, very
A good selection ot
ELANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLB DAMASKS, &c,
At tho lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that w.? have ar?
ranged a separate department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, ?ic.
?US' ENTRANCE ON CALHOON-STREET.
FURCHGOTT et BKOS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
December 14 3mo
DRY GOODS ! SM GOODS!!
LOUIS COHEN & GO.,
No. 248 King-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention of the public to their varied stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CONSISTING OF '.
TRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, French Merinos, OoBagcs, Melanges,
Black arid Colored Silks, Bombazines, Boule?
vard and Balmoral Skirts, Chinchilly Cloak
ings, Ladies' Cloaks and Sacques, and a very
largo assortment of KID GLOVES, of the most
celebrated branda, lor Ladies, Gent's and Chil?
We havo also the DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening wear, of very lino quality and rea?
FRINGES, GIMPS, VELVET AND DRESS
BUTTONS, of every color and style, with
many other DRESS and CLOAK TRIMMINGS
too numerous to mention.
Oar stock of Ladies' fashionable HATS, and
TAFFETA and SATIN RIBBONS ia very large
and well assorted.
We have LONGCLOTHS, Calicoes, Sheet?
ings, Ginghams, and all other Cotton Goods
belonging to our line at tho lowest market price.
Wc call particular attention to our large
stock of FLANNELS, in Opera., Welsh, Domot
and all-Wool; also, a good stock of BLAN?
KETS, and Square and Long Shawls.
WOOL and COTTON HOSIERY, of every
grade and price, for Ladies, Genta, Boys and
CLOTHS. Cassimores, Doeskins, Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans, Korsoys and Vestings, for
Men's and Boy's wear. <?
Our ENTIRE STOCK has heon bought at
tho recent decline of prices for cash, aud great
bargains are confidently guaranteed.
A call ia respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 24S KING-STUEET,
BETWEEN BASEL AND MARKET STS.
November 23 m wilna o.
Q II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
STULL, WEBB & CO., .
Nos. 287 AND 289 KING-STREET.
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
LNG ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBIN, BI HENEL, COUD RAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brashes,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT.THE
The ladies arc respectfully invited to call and ex?
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. PAffKNIN,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 183 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmwSmos Charleston. S. C.
JMP?R TE R S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c.,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
? 900 ^^^^^?Jl^
WM. S. CORWIN it CO.
jSSTGoods deUvered to all parts of the City.
October 21 _
ROS AD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere?
July 28 nae lit
OR MADE TO ORDER.
* B ny y o ur
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AT E. SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall, under the
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
2?TOW IS ITOTJE; OH^-lsTOE.
TO THE CITIZENS ANO PUBLIC GENERALLY :
HAVING RECEIVED BY BECENT ARRIVALS THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORT?
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
EYER OFFERED- IN THIS MARKET,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO STJPPIY ANY DEMAND THAT MAY BE MADE UPON US FOB ANY
of thc above named Goods, at prices that cannot be competed with by any establishment in this city.
Ihe following is a partial list of oar prices :
150 PAIRS FANCY SATINET.$ 1 25
109 PAIRS FANCY SATINET.2 00
100 PAIRS BLACK AND COLORED
UNION CASSI MERE.3 0C
FANCY CASSIMERE.4. 5 and 6 00
FINE FANCY CASSIMERE.7 00
EXTRA FINE FANCY CASSIMERE.8 00
BLACK DOESKIN CASSIMERE 5, G and 7 00
EXTRA FINE BLACK DOESKIN
FINE BLACK BEAVER..9 00
COLORED SATINET.$3 to 5 00
FINE ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE.... G to li 00
FINE BLACK CLOiH AND CASSI?
MERE. 6 to 18 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.
GOOD QUALITY.$12 00
FINE QUALITY. 15 00
8UPERFLNE.20 to 25 00
ALL-WOOL TWEED.$7 00
BLACK UN ION CASSIMERE.7 00
BLACK PETERSHAM.ll 00
FINE BLACK BEAVER. 15 to 20 00
EXTRA FINE BLACK BEAVER.. .25 to 30 00
FANCY CASSIMERE.$1 25 to 2 OG
ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE.. 2, 250, 3 and 3 50
BLACK CLOTH and CASSIMERE 3,4 and 5 00
In addition to the above named mieles, we bare on hand a large lot of ALL-WOOL CAqSIMERE
SACKS AND WALKING COATS, slightly eoilel, which iva will sell at $7 0Ueach, worth double ; also, a
lame lot of COLORED CASSIMERE PANTS, at SI 00 each ; aleo, a large assortment of FURNISHING
GOODS, all new, which we will sell atcarrespo idingly low prices.
Please give us a call, and examine for yourselves, at out old stand, where wo have been located for over
GEORGE LITTLE & CO.,
NO. 213 KING-STREET, BELOW MARKET.
November 24 Imo
C. E. CLAuHORN,
E. H. COATES,
AV. F. I1KKKINO,
A. 31. JACKSON,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC
COMMODATTON WHARF), we are prepared to offer every facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF OUR THREE HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all consignments when desired. Also to our friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCK BART & DEMPTER. Liverpool, England.
October C nae Smos
DH. T. REEN8TJERNA HAS HIS OFFICE AT
Ns. 74 HASEL-STREET, three do irs from the Post
N. B.-Special aiteatian given to DISEASE^ OF
THE GENITAL ORGANS, ef both sexes.
December 12 sw Imo
Q T T O S O 1? flt T A O ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 .Markt t street, between King ?nd
GENTS' COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfm3mos
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmw6mos
QHAVM8 AMD HAIR-CUTTING,
W. E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STAIRS).
Q^EO. H. HOFPOCK,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. Cmos September 21
waua ai cHisoiija,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
-^/TLBUR St SUN,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS ft AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad Street, Charleston. S.C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner of claim?.
July U mwl6iuo
Q_ R E A T ATTRACTION
QUTNBY'S & CO.S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION THE LARGEST AND
finest Collection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in Charleston. They are perfect copies of eel
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among the cell.vtiou nay bo fonnd SALVATOR
ROSA'S HEAD OF CHRIST, Corresgo's Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming lu. Turner's Venice, Jacksoa's English
Scenery, Rowbottom's English Scenery, Baxter's
English and irii-h Scenery, Viens on thcRhiue, The
Jungfraun, The Wetterhorn, Marine Views, and
Tbe public arc respectfully invited to call and see
these beautiful Works ot Art. Thoy are offered for
sale at New Tork prices.
Great reduction in the price PORCELAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent improvemeuts in producing these
pictures enable us to now offer the i. at nearly one
half the former prices, and tar supe: or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention given to children. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Satisfac?
tion in all cases guaranteed, and at prices to corres?
pond with the times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON;.
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reduced Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These sro the first and only Photographs ever taker
in that locality,
Ht'I?BY A; C O.,
No. 2C1 EING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PfcR-xO.NAH'KOP.fc.RTY
No. 27 BRO AO-STREET.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.. .
Genera! JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.