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Wind tUc Cloclt.
Warden, wind tho clock again:
Mighty years are going on,
Through the shadow and tho dream,
And the happv-hoarted dawn.
Wind a gam, wind again
Fifty hundred years aro gone.
Through the harvest and tho need,
Wealthy Juno and dewy May
Grew the new year from the old,
Grows to-morrow from to-day.
Wind again, wind again
Who can keep the years at bay?
Four and twenty conjurers
lie in wait on laud aud sea,
Plucking down the startled ship,
l?ud-enibroidernig tho treo.
Wind again, wind again
We have neither ship nor trsc.
Four and twenty kings to come
Up the never vacant stair,
Four and twenty dead go down;
Follow, sacred song und prayer.
Wind again, wind again -
Warden, why delaying there?
To his interrupted dream
Com .-s tho long entreated day.
What are lesser words to him?
Sweet pursuing voices say,
" k ''Warden, wind, wind again,
Up tho ever golden way."
Other hands will wind the clod;.
While the frequent years go on,
Never noting need or name,
Nor the rapturo of thc dawn.
Wind again, wind again,
. Ere the given year be gone.
The following racy examination of
a candidate for admission to the bar
is taken trom the Western Laxo Jour?
nal, and is decidedly a good hit :
The examination commences with :
"Do you smoke, sir ?"
"I do, sir."
" Have you a spare cigar ?"
"Yes, sir," (extending a short six.)
" Now, sir, what is the first duty of
a lawyer ?"
" To collect fees."
" Right. What is thc second ?"
"To increase thc number of his
" When does your position toward
your client chango ?"
" When making a bill of cost."
" We then occupy the antagonistic
position ; I assume the plaintiff, and
he becomes defendant."
" A suit decided, how do you stand
with the lawyer conducting the other
" Cheek by jowl."
' ' Enough, sir ; you promise to be?
come an ornament to your profession,
and I wish you success. Now, are
you aware of the duty you owe me ?"
" Describe it."
" It is to invite you to drink."
"But, suppose, I decline ?"
(Candidate, scratching Hs head.)
" There is no instance of the kind on
record in books. I cannot answi
" You are right ; and the confidence
with which you make the assertion
shows that you have read the law at?
tentively. Let's take a drink, and I
will sign your certificate."
LOOK On FOR YOTJB CAKPET
LS.-The Lafayette Co wier tells a
it a "w?lL-known com?
isi?n ^_ ___u>t of Cincinnati,"
_ igh that phtce Christ
liglTT^W^fcis way to Chicago,
with $26,000 in currency stowed away
in a carpet-sack, which he was going
t J invest in pork. Before arriving at
Lafayette he fell into a doze, und
startled by the stopping of a train at
the market space, he sprang from his
se.it, and, half awake, started forward,
and then remembering his carpet-sack
aud money, went back but got into
the wrong seat, where, by a singular
coincidence, was n carpet-sack pre?
cisely like his own. He determined
to take the sleeping-car, and had ac?
tually placed the carpet-sack under
his head for safe-keeping, and was off
to dreamland, when the owner of the
capet-sack came blustering into the
car in "search of that ar man who
stole my sack."
The sequel nit'y be imagined. Our
commission mua showed light in de?
fence of his property, but finally con?
vinced that the carpet-sack contained
nothing more than a few pieces of
clothing, some fire-crackers for the
children, four pounds of tobacco and
a package of tea, he became positively
frantic. Hatless, coatless and almost
pantless, he rushed through the car
to the seat he had vacated, where he
found his sack and money undis?
turbed. The excitement made him
sick, and he thought his hair lind
turned gray in the agony of suspense.
A WESTFKN GHOST STOHY.-The
Western papers tell in good faith an
incredible ghost story, and bael: it up
by the sworn affidavits of several re
spectable persons at Grand Traverse,
Michigan. A spiritual mediumess at
?that place, whose husband was a stub?
born disbeliever in the "manifesta?
tions," assured him in her dying
breath that she should re-appear to
him in her budy at his death to con?
vince him of the truth of her belief.
Several weeks after he was taken sick,
anda "spiritual" rumpus was kept
up in the house until his decease,
which soon followed. Just before his
death, which occurred at midnight,
heavy and irregular footsteps were
heard in the hall, the door was burst
open, and the stenchful remains of a
human body, reeking with putre?
scence, stalked h:to the room, and in
a muffled voice reminded the dying
man of the promise, and, as he died,
fell a horrid mass upon the floor. An
examination of her grave proved it to
be empty. The story created intense
excitement, and the house where the
afluir was said to have occurred was
burned by the friends of the family.
Ul* IN HIS PAKT.-4'Do you suppose,
you can do the landlord ni the Juady
of Lyons?" said a manager to a seedy
actor in quest of an engagement.
"I should, think I might," was the
reply, "I have done r. great many
They manage things funnily in
California-military funeral, for in?
stance. After burying the deceased,
the band comes back aud serenades
GERVAIS (OR BRIDGE) STREET,
OPPOSITE TEE STATE ROUSE,
Received this day, and are continually
receiving, and keep on hand a tull supply ol'
OF THE FINEST QUALITY.
SUGARS, TEA, COFFEE, MOLASSES,
Peach Bloom Potatoes, Lard, Hams,
Bacon, Dried Beef.
Onions, Mackerel, Vinegar, Pickles,
Canned Fruits, Mustard, Pepper, Spices,
Maccaroni, Raisins, Brazil Nuts, Hazel
Salt, Sweet Potatoes.
Yellow Goshen Cheese-an excellent
Gibson's FINE WHISKIES, SCOTCH
GIN, RUM, FRENCH BRANDY,
Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine.
St. M arceaux A Co.'a Champagne, Cu?
racoa, Absynth, Maraschino, Sic.
HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman.
PO MARIA NURSERIES.
THE subscriber returns his thanks to
his patrons, and will be happv to fur?
nish FRUIT TREES, of all the choicest
varieties, adapted to our climate.
Apples, Peaches and Nectarines, at 30 to
50 cents; Pears, Plums,Cherries, Apricots,
75c. to SI; Evergreens, Roses, Grape Vines,
of choice kinds; English Walnuts; Spanish
Marron Chcsnuts-, Figs and Ever-bearing
Mulberries; Asparagus and Horse Radish
Roots, Ac^ Macurtney Rose and Osage
Orange, for hedges.
Descriptive Catalogue, with directions
for planting, sent to nil post-paid appli?
cants. Dr. C. II. MIOT, Columbia, is iny
agent. Address WM. SUMMER,
Jan 2 }?8 Pomaria, S. C.
. Fire and Marine
BEING appointed agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE 0OMPA- !
NIES, I am prepared to insure to any
amount against fire. Amongst the offices
for which-1 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 fnado pa\ablo in either gold or
Lsorrcncv. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
South Carolina-Union District.
TN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Sarah Flames. Applicant,i's. Stephen Fowler
et al., Defendants.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that
Betsy Bently, Elbert Fowler, Julia
Sprouse, Coleman Hames, Presley Hames
and William Hames, defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this State:
It is, therefore, ordered that they appear
before me, on ?ir before tho 12th day of
February, A. D. 1866, and object to'tin
division or sale of the real ?.'state of Polly
White, deceased, or their consent will be
entered of record. C. If AGE, O. U. D.
Ordinary's Office, Nov. 20, 1865.
Nov 30 "_wi2
South Carolina-Union District.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Reuben ?leiant and Sar iii, his loife, Appli?
cants, ts. Wm. Kirby, IS. C. Kirby and
IT appearing to my satisfaction that
Samuel Kirby, Miles Kirby, Alexander
Leckee and wife. Jesse Clark and Martha,
his wife, A. T. Briant and Adeline, his wife,
and Joseph Martin and Isabella, his wife, ,
defendantain this case, reside without thc 1
limits of this State:
It is* therefore, ordered that they appear
before nu-, on or before the 12th dav of ;
February, A. D. 1866, and object to "the i
division or sale of the real estate of Polly ;
White, deceased, or their consent will be i
entered of record. C. GAGE, O. U. D.
Ordinary's Office, Nov. 21, 1H?5.
Nov 30 wi i
HAVING taken charge of the abovo
Hi?TEL, and having thoroughly re?
fitted and refurnished it, I pledge myself,
after many y cara' experience in this busi?
ness, to furnish my guests with clean, com?
fortable rooms, and a table, supplied at all
times with the very best the markets afford.
I am determined to sparc no pains to
please, mv patrons.
? My HACKS from Abbeville to Washing
I ton, Ga., will make <l;sily connection with
I this House, affording to persons going
I West and East a sale, comfortable and ex?
peditious moans of conveyance.
Persons desiring to go nom Abbeville to
I any point, of the country not accessible by
; publie conveyance, can ?ind at my LIVERY
; STABLES, for hire, Carriages, Buggies and
j Saddle Horses. P. S. RUTLEDGE.
Abbeville C. H., December 12, 1805.
I Dec 21 Imo
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
Leaving each Port every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
. CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MARSH HAN.
TVHESE STEAMSHIPS, offering everr
JL inducement to SHIPPERS and tho
TRAVELING PUBLIC, hr ring superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury tho New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled en the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. Vv. LOCKWOOD,
"1X7ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
YV WHARF, ON THURSDAY, Januarv
18, 1866, at - o'clock.
Liberal advance? made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at thc
Agents. WILLIS A CHIS?LM,
Jan 14 North Atlantic Wharf.
BACON SIDES and SHOULDERS.
PIG HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON.
BUTTER, CHEESE. LARD, FLOUR.
TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE, BISCUITS.
Caudv, Pickles, Soap. Starch."
Candles, Sweet Oil, Herrings.
Codfish, Mackerel, Salmon.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin.
Port, Madeira and Sherry Wine.
And a general assortment of Groceries,
Ac, for sale low for cash bv
PHILIP FOGARTY A CO..
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Bav,
Dec 17 Imo_Charleston. S. C.
The Charleston Daily Courier,
BY A. S. WILLINGTON A CO.
Daily, one year.$10 00
Per Square, ten lines. 1 00
Less than a square proportionate rates.
The Charleston Daily News.
ON- tho first of Januarv, 1866, the
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS will
be permanently enlarged to the size of the
"New Orleans Crescent,'' tho largest daily
journal published in the United States,
and will be greatly improved in its general
The paper has already the largest circu?
lation of any journal in the State, and is
universally considered the organ and rep?
resentative of the feelings of South
The very finest ability in the country is
engaged on its columns, and the proprie?
tors intend to .spare no pains nor expense
to make it a first-class daily journal.
Terms, $10 per annum, payable in ael
vance. Send for a specimen copv.
CATHCART, Mi MILLAN A MORTON,
Dec 2i 18 Havne nt., Charleston. S._C._
KING & (
HO. 151 m.nm
E. D. XING, M. D., & JESSE J
Jan 14 "2m
IN THE RATES OF
ON the 2d of Januarv, 1866, thc COLUM?
BIA PIKENIX (published Daily ?ml
Tri-Weekly) was GREATLY ENLARGED,
and in thc quantity and quality of its read?
ing matter will compare favorably with am
paper in the State. The subscription price
i to thc Daily is $10 a year; Tri-Weekly il.
Tho terms for transient advertising have
i been REDUCED OVER TWENTY-FIVI
I PER CENT.; while tho monthly and < in ar
I terly rates have been lowered to such-ai
i extent as to nlace the columns of tho papel
; within the reach of dealers iud nianuiac
] turora generally.
Of ?very kind, such as
Attended to promptly, and at reasonable
price?. Give us a trial.
JULIAN A. SELBY,
Jan 7 Proprietor Columbia Phoenix..
CHAELESTOH, S. C.
THIS HOUSE has been THOROUGH?
LY- REPAIRED and REFURNISH?
ED, and cannot be excelled bv anv in thc
city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
Jan 7_ _ Proprietor.
John W. Steele,
North-east Coiner of King and George sta.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE attention of buyers is called to
the complete assortment of GENTLE?
MANS' FURNISHING A FANCY GOODS
now offered. Shirts, Underwear- .G1OY*-H-,
Hosiery, Toi'fctte Article's, Ac. Fancy Goods
of every variety. Trunks, Valises, Travel?
ing Rags, Ac. The public are respectfully
invited to call and examine. Jan ll Itu
JESiM\GS, TilOMLLW & CO.,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALERS IN
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
Leather and Shoe Findings, Etc.,
35 HA YNE STREET.
GHARUS70II, S? g.
Dec 21_ Imo
Philip Fogarty & Co-,
An? Commission Merchants,
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
KEEP constantlv on hand a full stock of
choice GROCERIES; WINES, LI?
QUORS, .ve. _Dec 17_ lin.>
STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COM, MERCHANTS
No. 110 EAST DAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to giro satisfaction. Nov 10
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
%WVU Wk*. \
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
GRANADA, Q,l'AKER CITY,
THE ships of this lino are all first-class
and reliable, are at least as fast as any
of the coast, and built at as great an ex?
pense. They are in charge ot* gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will be paid to the comfort of the pas?
sengers. One of the above ships will bc
despatched from New York and one from
Charleston EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo by these steamers
insures at the lowest rates. All informa?
tion can bc had from either of the agents.
RAVEN EL A CO.. Charleston.
AUTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
I either house will be promptly forwarded.
1 Nov 5 3mo
. CASSIDSY, of North .roiina.
Sup'rs Office, Charlotte & S. C. R. R.,
~ COLUMRIA, S. C., JANUARY 1, 1866.
rasy.-^i,- S~? ONE HUNDRED LA
?w-'y-^.^'iUlllKliS wanted, to work
on the track. Applv to WILLIAM REY?
NOLDS, Section Master, at the Depot.
_Jan 3 JAS. ANDERSON. Sup't.
Sup'ts Office, Charlotte & S. C. R. E.,
COLUMBIA, JANUARY 1, 1806.
THIS road is now completed to within
three miles of Ridgeway, and daily
Passenger Trains running as below:
Leave Charlotte on arrival of the North
Carolina train, at 10 a. m.; arrive near
Ridgeway nt 7 p. m., connecting with the
stages from and to Columbia, and return
to Winnsboro the same evening. Leave
Winnsboro at 6.50 a. m.; arrive in Charlotte
at 2.Ul) p. m.. connecting with the through
train on tbo Non li Carolina Road.
Jan i! JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, December 22, 1865.
IEAVE Charleston at. 6.00 a. m.
j Arrive at Hampton's.4.1)0 p. ni.
Leave Hampton's at.6.30 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.-i.15 p. m.
Dec 21 H. T. PEAKE, Gen. Sup.
Sol?th^aro?ina Railroad Company,
rT?* -ram nsaKEHSBsn r-<?if,-*,*r
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, NOV. 30, 1865... .
ON and after WEDNESDAY. 6th Decem?
ber, Passenger and Freight Trains
will run on thc Augusta Branch to Midway,
ten miles above Branchville, as follows:
Leave Charleston. 6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.15 p. tn.
Leave Mid wu v.0.53 a. m.
Arrive atMiaway.12.43p. m.
Deo G Ll. T. PEAKE, Gea. Sup._
DR. R. W. GIBBES oilers bis MEDICAL
and SURGICAL services to tho
publie, ai his residence opposite tho old
In consequence of liability to asthma, ho
cannot attend general practice, which
re?piirss exposure at night and in bad
weather. Terms cash.
OFFICE HOURS-8 a. ni. to 10 a. m.,
and 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Jan 9
New York Advertisements.
HARRIS, GAINES & CO.,
20 eaver street, New York.
KEEP const ? ntly on hand all kinds of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, KEGARS
TuiiACCO, FRUITS, Ac. Prompt atten?
tion given to ordere.
W. HOOPER HARRIS,
Late of Naahv?lc, Tenn.
JAMES L. GAINES,
Late of Asheville, N. C.
R- R. & R. M. BEARDEN,
.Jan L4_*|_ Late of Macon, Ga.
CORNER BROOME ST AND BOWERY,
THIS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on th?
European plan, is centrally located, and
Tiear to all points. City car? pass the
Hotel to all thc Ferries,"Railroad Depots
and places of Amusement every threo
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00 per dav:
double,$2.00. J. F. DARROW & CO., '
Jan 14 ly Propiietors.
1866 ! _ 1866!
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Dec 28 MANY FRIENDS.
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nate him as a candidate for Mayor at the
ensuing election in April next. N?v 2 .
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, January 5, 1866.
BY order of thc Citv Council, delinquent
TAX-PAYERS will be allowed till the
15th inst, to make returns and pay their
dues for the past year of 1865. After that
date, ah such claims held by the city will
be put in the hands of the Sheriff for col?
lection. F. H. ELMORE, City Clerk.
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on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundrv. Nov 18
BACHELOR'S HAfB DYE!
THE Original and Best in the World
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the bail?
or skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,"
Oct 25 ly_New York.
Il? i ?! sSh"* A
SU Spf IUP? 5? 5 = 5 w ?
a w> - S . ? tr - M Ci S ** 0 CN ^ rs.
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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 hne will
be insured, if desired. Also, for * rded to
New York, and advances made rpon tho
same, if required.
Dec 14 mo A. L. SOLOMON, Agent.
Engine, etc., for Sale.
AFIVE-IIORSE ENGINE, in ronnjnc
order, with pullers, ste, for ?aie low,
Apply at this office. Dec. 12
ALARGE lot of MACKEREL, b;
barrel, half-barrel, qua
kit, or by retail, at very low pn
Jan 13 FISHER & LOY