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Mountains. Wo wish no "frontier life" Ikr
"lvneh law" here. We intend ourselves toy
keep tho peace, and will not allow any
scuttle around our homes. Wo have always
been a quiet people, and choose to bo so
still. But I cannot believe that there is
one reflecting man in this District who, in
his heart , nurtures ill feelings towards the
weak and dependont people around us, or
who will so disgrace his State and name
bv deliberately breaking the peace. Each
oiie must recognize tho change which has
taken place, and true to his duty and his
pledge, submit. And can any one hesitate
with such examples before ns? Do we not
see tho glittering and victorious sword of
this gallant officer returned to its scab?
bard? His proud spirit now so nobly con?
trolled, and his cry of defiance so changed
for conusels of peace and quiet; and yet
ourselves refuso to submit? And this "re?
turned arniies of heroes, now around me,
scarred with many a wound, have they not
been forced to leave the field where the
deeds of valor have shed renown upon
their generation? Have they not yielded,
and, like true soldiers, seek only to do
their duty? Does any one hesitate to be
guided by them? or has the example of all
those noble youths who gave their lives a
the war been forgotton? And does not a
still small voice come murmuring from
many a soldier's grave, reminding^ us that
they died doing their duty? Is this voice
to be unheeded? I cannot"behevo it.
Our duty is plain. AU lies before us, and
with a kind Providence to crown our labors,
wo shall again bc blessed with peace and
To OUR SERVANTS : You can have no
stronger proof of our interest in your wel?
fare than your being allowed to bo present
to-day, at a public meeting of the citizens
of this District, who have assembled to
have explained to thom the meaning and
intention of a company which has been
formed in this neighborhood, and of which,
as you have heard, I have been elected
Captain, and other gentlemen, whom you
have known all your lives, the officers ; in?
deed, tho whole company is composed of
men who are famUiarto you.
We have been given authority by the
Government to act as a kind of police ; to
restrain all bad white men and black from
doing anything to break the peace. Our
duties are plain, and cannot he misunder?
stood, when once explained. .
We have been selected, and have been
entrusted with these heavy responsibilities,
because the Government has full confidence
in us, and we expect the same from you.
We arc to act simply as protectors, and
you, who have kno'w? us all your lives,
cannot believe wo intend you, or any one,
any harm. We have no liberty to do "so,
and moro than that, wo have not tho wish.
Wo regard you as our friends. We are
aware how little you know of thc world,
how much you have alway? depended upon
our protection, and how much you will find
it to your good to be guided by our teach?
ings and advice, and to look up to us again,
and to trust us.
Your wholo conduct during the war has
been so good wc can never forget it. You
have heard me say this plainly, a few mo?
ments ago, and we intend to show it to
you, and to the whole world.
We shall soon be left here again by our?
selves, and we must try to please each
other. Our gain is your gain, and our loss
your loss. It will be a great pity if we
should quarrel apd separate. To us it
would be loss, but to you it would be ruin.
You have beard nie say how much wo
should lose by getting other men to work
for us, but I have onlv spoken of ourselves
in such a case. But 1 am sure, and so is
every gentleman here, and the whole world,
that for you to be left to yourselves would
be vour total ruin.
This we must do everything to prevent,
ftnd we know how to make you content to
stay with us, and to l>e aa- faithful and in?
dustrious as before. And/wc hopo soon to
soe thc same happy raeejwho can, by their
_i?hcrr ~ivin^ back tke'locc wealth "of our
conntry^md enjoy a tull share of it them?
Wc have promised?;most solemnly to be
just to you, and we intend to perform that
duty faithfully. Wo also owe you our pro?
tection, and know how to give that, not
only to those who will work for us, but for
all, both old and young, sick and feeble.
We see your dangers much better than you
do, and we will savo you from many of
We' desire your [improvement, and will
therefore pay liberal wages, and give you
?ill facilities for education, which is now
necessary to you, and we w?l gratify all
your reasonable wants.
Wc know you, and can do more for you
than any strangers who will ever come
here. You can, by your labor, afford to
make yourselves inore comfortable than
any people in your position in the world.
We must move slowly at first, but it will
end well, if we will only commence. But,
to make money, as is done all over tho
world, and as we always have done here
before, you must bo again industrious,
and there must be peace and quiet in tho
country. The indnstry will have to como
from you, and we shall "watch for the quiet.
You have nothing to fear from us as having
thc power to punish yon. Tho Courts of
law will attend to that, and we hopo yon
will find us of service to you when required.
Come to us again as your best friends,
and depend upon our protection. We owe
it to you, and you shall always re3fcivc it.
We own all the "good lands here, but can
afford to give you and your families homes
upon it, on tho condition of your working
for us. Don't turn your back upon us.
We offer to employ you, and we warn you
solemnly against idleness and lawlessness.
It will only bring trouble upon you and
your families. Remember who we are,
and that we hold you in the palm of our
AYING taken charge of the abcHe
-IJL HOTEL, and having thoroughly rev
fitted and refurnished it, I pledge myself,!
after many years'experience in this'bnsi
ness, to furnish my guests with clean, com?
fortable rooms, and a table supplied at all
times with the very best tho markets afford.
I am determined to spare no pains to
please my patrons.
My HACKS from Abbeville to Washing?
ton, Ga., will make daily connection with
this House, affording to persons going
West and East a safe, comfortable and ex?
peditious means of eonvevanee.
Per sons desiring to go from Abbeville to
any point of thc conntrv not accessible bv
public conveyance, can find at my LIVERY
STABLES, for hire, Carriages, Buggies and
Saddle Horses. P. S. RUTLEDGE.
Abbeville C. H., December 12, 1865.
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I nm Wear)-.
I am wearv. I am weary,
Weary of thc shadows hero,
That fall daily on my pathway,
Sadly lengthening every year.
For my life is very lonely,
And mv spirit never glad.
With the* mournful Past behind mo
And before the Future sad.
Ono by ono they all have left me.
All tho jov I ever knew;
Better words and promises broken
Now remains of what seemed true.
Loves, tho jo?s passed in one moment
Like a vivid flash away,
And thc darkness that is o'er mo
Grows more gloomy every day.
And like phantoms they pursue mo.
Vanished pleasures of my life,
As I tried the path of duty.
And am fainting in thc strife.
if the futuro has one gladness
I could grasp, though far away,
I'd not mourn that all is darkness
That now falls across my way.
For I'm sinking, daily sinking,
'Neath the burden that I bear;
And I'd gladly sleep for ever
O, my Father, hear my prayer.
In Thy loving arms, ob, fold me.
Rest me on Thy bosom dear,
For Pm weary, very weary,
Weary of the shadows here.
Josh Hilling* on Waterfalls.
I rather like waterfalls.
I kant tell why, enny more than I
ken tell why I love kastor ile-but ile
is pood for lazyness in the system.
I dont like hazy ness ov enny sort
not even in musketeers.
I want my musketeers lively.
But aul this is foreign to mi pur?
I like waterfalls-they are so eazy
They attack all the sex.
Some they attack with grate fury,
while others they opproach more like
a siege, while working up slowly.
I saw one yesterday.
It was no bigger than a small
It had attacked a small woman of
only nine summers duration.
She was full by recreation, and
when she bounded along the side?
walk-it was on the West side of St.
Clair street, in the streets ov Cincin
natty, foremost "Baker & Davis"
yaller sope store-the waterfall hight
esied up and down in a oscillating
manner, resembling the sporting ter?
minus ov a bob tailed lamb iu a great
The effect wus electrick.
I also saw another one pretty soon,
which belonged to a mature matron.
She might have seen seventy-five
summers, her hair wus white as*flour
-Perkins' "A," worth fifteen dollars
a barrel, delivered-but tho waterfall
I asked a bystander how he could
recount for that.
He sed "it wnz yo.mger."
I also saw another one pretty soon,
which wnz the property of a gusher.
She was 19 years old and as ripe as
a two year peach.
She swept the streets like a thing
Men stopped to gaze as she passed
and put in a new chaw ov tobneker.
Little boys pocked their marbles jn
"Her waterfall wuz about the f=.izo ov
a corn basket turned inside out.
It was enclosed in a kind ov sknlp
net, and kivered willi blazing dia?
monds ov glass.
It shone in the sun like the tin
dome of the court house where the
But I rather like waterfalls.
It haz ben sed that they would run
out, but this I reckon is a error, for I
dont see any sign of a leak yet.
In the language of the expirin?
Canadian on our Northern frontier, I
say, "Viva la Bag-at-1. "
FEES ON BOTH SIDES.-The New
York World tells the following story:
" While deeds of violence are be?
coming common, the bribing, in?
triguing and smoother scamps are
not idle, and men who would not
commit other crimes engage with
a relish in this. 'James,' said a friend
of ours, who Avas in pursuit of know?
ledge, ' I hear you have an office
under Government.' 'Well, sir,'
was the reply, ' indeed, I've paid all
my big taxes like a man for many a
long year, and I've no love for idle?
ness, and I've as good a right to an
office as any of them, so long as I do
my duty the same as the rest of
them.' The next question was, lku?
what pay do you get ?' To this
James replied, ' Indeed, sir, they
don't pay me enough to maintain my
family decently and respectably, as I
always have done; but I have not
altogether a had office, though taxes
are very high and everything is very
dear for a poor man, and I've six
small children, and they've no
mother living, and two dollars a day
are not much. 'But, sir,' he added
significantly, with a bright look in
the corner of his eye, ' two dollars a
day is what I get for preventing
smuggling, but that is nothing at all
to what I get for not preventing it.'
Jumes undoubtedly is a sly rogue,
(Land should not go unpunished, but
|\ie is a common type of his class."
R1Y, VEAL & 1I?WETS0N,
ARCHITECTS ANO ENGINEERS.
PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS attended
to In South and North Carolina.
* A CARD.
We respectfully announce to tho eom
munityJthat wc are prepared to furnish
promptrVirAUifvessary PLANS and WORK?
ING DRAWINGS for Mansions, Stores,
Bridges, Milb?ind Machin-ry.
JOHN A. KAY. g. C. VEAL. B. E. B.HIWETKO.V
F. CONNER & (10.,
76 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCE?
RIES and PROVISIONS. Will give
prompt and personal attention to all orders
entrusted to their care for execution.
Jan 19 3mt _
No- 15 H ay ne Street,
CH?RtESTON, S* C+t
Offer for Sale
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES:
K/l BARRELS Crushed, Refined and
0\f Raw SUGAR.
50 Boxes TALLOW CANDLES.
50 " ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
50 Bags RIO COFFEE.
50 Barrels and Kits MACKEREL.
MM) Boxes Bottled LIQUORS foreign and
50 Barrels and Quarter Casks LIQUORS
-foreign and domestic.
Together with a general assortment of
SEGA RS, TOBACCO, FOREIGN FRUITS,
CHEESE, CRACKERS, Ac, Ac.
Jan 18 5
The Charleston Daily News.
ON the first of January, ISiifi, the
CHARLESTON DAILY" NEWS will
' be permanently enlarged to the size, of the
"New Orleans Crescent" the largest daily
journal published in the United States,
and will bu greatly improved in its general
The juiper has already the largest circu?
lation of any journal in the State, and is
universally considered the organ and rep?
resentative of tho 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 ad?
vance. Send for a specimen copy.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
JDes 28 IS Hayna *t., Charleston. S. C.
Meeting Street, Charles?on, S. C.
THIS HOUSE has been THOROUGH-1
LY REPAIRED and REFURNISH- I
ED, and cannot be excelled bv anv in the !
citv. JOSEPH PURCELL,
Jan 7 Proprietor.
John W. Steele, -
North-east Corner of King und George stf.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE attention of buyers is called to
the complete assortment of GENTLE-"
MENS' FURNISHING A FANCY GOODS
now offered. Shirts, Underwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Toilette Articles, Ac. Fancy Goods
of every variety. Trunks, Valises, Travel?
ing Bags, Ac. Tho public are respectfully
I invited to call and examine. Jan ll lin
i The Charleston Daily Courier,
?BY A. S. WILLING!'ON A CO.
Daily, one year .$10 00
Per Square, ten lines. 1 00
Less than a square proportionate rates.
mm & t
NO. 151 MEEI
?O XX ARLES
E. D. KING, M. D., & JESSE J
Jan 14 2m
RECEIVED THIS DAY
From New York direct, by
A large and fresh supply of
Which arc offered to the public
I AT nu PRICES.
NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK
SUGARS-Powdered, Crushed, Coffee
COFFEE-Java and Rio.
Rico, Chocolate, Spice.
? Tea, Cheese, Corn Starch.
Raisins. Mackerel, Lard.
Baltimore Hams, new; Bacon,
j Candles, Kerosene Oil.
Potatoes, Onions, Ac.
A full stock of
j Consisting in part of GIBSON'S WHIS?
KIES, Hennessee Brandies, flin. Rum,
St. MarccauxA Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa,
HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman.
GERVAIS (OR HUI DOE) STREET,
OPPOSITE THE STATE IIOI'SE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
TRUNKS, VALISES. CARPET BAGS.
Leather and Shoe Findings, Etc.,
35 KAYNE STREET.
Doc 21 imo
FOE. NEW ORLEANS DIRECT!
THE NEW FIRST CLASS PASSENGER
HAVING thc most sumptuous pas?
senger accommodations, will leave
Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C., MON?
DAY, 22d January, at o'clock. For
passage- apply to
WILLIS A CHISOLM,
Jan 17 (i Agents, North Atlantic Wharf.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving eacJi Pori every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY H. SOt'DER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
("APT. C. P. MAHSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS ami the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets eau afford;
and. for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled en the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. 1?. W. LOCKWOOD,
X/Crii-h LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
VV WHARF, ON THURSDAY, January
18, 18GG. at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agents. WILLIS A CHISOLM,
.fan 14 North Atlantic Wharf.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
GRANADA, QA'AKER CITY,
THF ships of this linc- are all first-class
ami reliable, are at least as fast as any
of the coast, and built at as great an ex?
pense. They are in charge of gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will be paid to the comfort of the pas?
sengers. One of thc above ships will be
despatched from New York ami one from
Charleston EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo hy these steamers
insures at the lowest rates. All informa?
tion can be had from either of the agents.
RAVENEL A CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York,
i Merchandize Und Cotton addressed to
either house will be promptly forwarded.
Nov 5 " 3mo
" STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING ANO COM. MERCHANTS
No. 110 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to give satisfaction. Nov 1?
. CASSIDEY, of North Carolina.
JAS. G. GIBBES is respectfully nomi?
nated for next Slaver.
Jan ll * MANY FRIENDS.
MESSRS. EDITORS: Major THEODORE
STARlv is respectfully nominated asa can?
didate for the office of MAYOR of the city
of Columbia-to be lilied at tho ensuing
election in April Ufxt-bv bis
Dec- 28 MANY FRIENDS.
The friends of Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi?
nate him as a candidate fur Mayor at the
ensuing election in April next. Nov 2 *
Fire and Marine
BEING appointed agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPA?
NIES, I am prepared to insure to any
amount against tire. Amongst tho offices
for which I am agent are thc well-known
Metropolitan, of Now York; Continental, of
New \ork; and National, of Now Orleans.
These offices alone have a capital of over
Policies made payable in either gold or
currency. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
DR. R. W. GIBBES offers hi.? MEDICAL
and SURGICAL service- to the
public, ** his rosidence opposite the tdd
In consequence of liability to asthma, he
cannot attend general practice, which
requires exposure at night and in bad
weather. Terms cash.
OFFICE HOURS 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.,
j and 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. Jan '.)
Engine, etc., for Sale.
AFIVE-HORSE ENGINE, iu running
order, with pulleys, etc., for sale low.
Apply at this office. Dec 12
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REEP constantly on band all kinds of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
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CORNER BROOME ST ANO BOWERY,
THIS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on th?
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
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and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00 per dav;
double, $2.00. J. F. DARROW & CO.,
Jan 14 ly Propiietors.
AU IC WALL STREET. NEW YOJIK.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES AND
other STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Ac.,
bought and sold on commission for cash.
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on sight. COLLECTIONS made cn al!
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>E\VITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HAXSTRU.
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"'he only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
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dyes. Sold by all Drnfrgists. The genuine
is" signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,"
Oct 25 Iv New York.
IN THE RATES OF
ON the 2d of January, 18G6, the COLUM- V
BIA PHOENIX (published Daily and
Tri-Weekly) was GREATLY ENLARGED,
and in the quantity and quality of its read?
ing matter will compare favorably with any
paper in the State. The subscription Drice
to the Daily is $10 a ye Ar; Tri-Weekly $7.
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PER CENT. ; while the monthly and quar
terl.. ral have been lowered to such an
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within the n ach of dealers and manufac?
turers gene. ally.
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Jau 7 Proprietor Columbia Phmn