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BY W. OttMOBE SIMMS.
Well mav we Bing her beauties,
This pleasant land of ours,
Her Blinny smiles, her golden fruits,
And all ber world of dowers;
Thc voung hirds or her forest groves.
Thc blue folds of her sky,
And all those airs of gentleness,
That never seem to fly;
They frind about our?oruis ut noon,
They woo us in the shade,
When panting, from the summer's heats,
Wc seek the welcome glade;
They win ns with a song of love,
They cheer us with a dream
That fiilds our passing thoughts of life
As sunlight does the stream;
And well would they persuade us now,
In moments all too dear,
That, though our hearts may sinful be,
Wc have our Eden here.
Ah, well bas lavish Nature,
From out her boundless store,
Spread wealth of loveliness around,
On river, rock and shore;
No sweeter streams than ours mar be
And what?of sunny France?
She boasts no fairer fields than ours
Within her matron glance;
Our skies look down in tenderness
From out their realms of blue;
The fairest of Italian climes
. May claim no softer hue;
And, let them sing of fruits of Spain,
And let them boast tho flowers,
Tho Moor's own culture-they can claim
No dearer sweets than oursj
Perchance the dark-haired maiden
Is a glory in your eye,
But the maidens of thc South will rulo
When all thc rest are nigh.
And none may say it is not true,
The burden of my lay,
'Tis written in the sight of all,
In flower and fruit and ray;
Look cn thc scene around us now,
And say if sung amiss,
Tho song that pictures to your eye
A spot so fair as this;
Gay springs the merry mocking-bird
Around the cottage pale,
4nd, scarcely taught by hunter's aim,
Tho rabbit down tho'vale.
Each boon of kindly Nature,
Her buds, her blooms, her flowers,
And, more than all, thc maidens fair,
That fill this land of ours,
Are still in rich perfection,
As our fathers found them first,
Bnt our sons are gentle now no moro,
And all thc laud is cursed.
Wild thoughts are in our bosoms,
And a savage discontent;
We love no more thc lifo we lead,
The music, nor the scent;
Thc merry dance delights us not,
As in that better time,
When oft in happy bands wo met
With spirits hka our clime.
And all the social loveliness,
And all the smile is gone,
That linked the spirits of otu: youth,
And made our people one.
Thoy smile no more together
Aa in that early day,
Our maidens sigh in loneliness,
Who once were always gay;
And though our skies aro brigid,
And our sun looks down asmen,
Ah, me! the thought is sad I feel,
We shall never smile again.
What Young People Slxoaltt Know.
The best inheritance which parents
can give their children is the ability
to help and take care of themselves.
This is better than a hundred thou?
sand dollars ayi ce. In any trouble
or difficulty, they have two excellent
servants in the shape of two hands.
Those who can do nothing, and have
to be waited upon, are helpless and
easily disheartened in the misfortunes
of life. Those who are ata^ve and
hardy meet troubles with a cheerful
fare, and^BBjly surmount them. Let
young people, therefore, learn to do
as many things as possible.
Every boy should know, sooner or
1. To dress himself, black his own
boots, cut his brother's hair, jv-iud a
watch, sew on a button, make a bed,
and keep the clothes in order.
2. To harness a horse, grease a
wagon and harness a team.
3. To carve fowls and meat, and
wait on the table.
.i. To milk the cows, shear the
sheoi) and dross a veal or mutton.
5. To reckon money and keep ac?
counts correctly, and according to
(>. To write a neat and appropriate
briefly expressed business letter in a
good Irnnd, fold and superscribe it
properly, and write contracts.
7. To plow, sow grain and grass,
drive a mo iring machino, build a neat
stack and pitch hay.
8. To put up a package, build a
fire, mend a broken tool, whitewash a
wall and regulate a clock.
Every girl should know how
1. To sew and knit.
2. T?mend clothes neatly.
3. To make beds.
4. To dress her own hair.
5. To wash the dishes and sweep
6. To make good bread and per?
form plain cooking.
^ -T? To koo]) her room, drawers and
closets in order.
H. To work a sewing machine.
- 9. To mr dc good butter and cheese.
10. To make a dress and children's
11. To keep accounts and calculato
12. To write, fold and superscribe
13. To nurse the sick effectually,
and not to faint at the sight of a drop
14. To bc ready to render efficient
aid to those in trouble, and in an
15. To receive and entertain visit?
ors in the absence or sickness of her
A young lady who can do all these
things well, and vho is always ready
to render aid to the afflicted and
mitigate the perplexities of those
around her, will bring moro comfort
to others and happiness to herself,
Nid be more esteemed, than if she
<iw bow to dance, simper, sing and
on the piano.
acoplo understand how deeply
*Jy a child may suffer.
A To?orf YARN BX A CRUISER.
4iOur ship," said he "was for the
space of fourteen months, becalmed
in mid ocean. During this time we
had not advanced ten miles nearer the
port of our destination. Our provisions
were all gone, and nothing but star?
vation appeared in prospect for ns.
We had made up our minds that it
was over with us, that starve we must,
when wo encountered a fearful gale
of wind. It came so suddenly upon
us that we hadn't time to take in a
single sail. The squall striking the
ship, rolled her clean over, her masts
going down on one side lind coming
up on the other, and so quickly did
she perform this revolution, that no
one on board was even wetted. When
she righted, our astonishment was
great-at beholding a monstrous dol?
phin, violently kicking, transfixed
upon the fore-top mast, and a huge
sword fish in a similar condition,
upon the main-top mast. Also trans?
fixed upon the jib boom, kicking and
flopping like all possessed, was as
fine a halibut as you ever laid eyes
on. We now had an abundance of
provisions, and I was all right, saving
a bad cold which I took during the
AN IMPORTANT WITNESS.-Jeremiah
Mason was engaged as counsel in the
celebrated trial of Rev. E. K. Avery,
a Methodist divine, for the murder of
a young lady in Rhode Island. He
experienced great difficulty in obtain?
ing evidence sufficient to establish his
case, when one night about 12 o'clock,
as he was hard at work, a well known
clergyman rushed in upon him,
breathless with excitement, and ex?
"Mr. Mason, I've got the evidence
that ?-ill clear brother Avery."
"Well, sir, what is it?"
"Yes, sir, I have it. I had a dream
last night, in which the angel Gabriel
appeared and said Avery was inno?
"Very good, sir; then take that
summons and have it* served on
Gabriel at once."
SARDINES.-A certain official in a
certain New England city, recently
determined to give a little party. He
was discussing with his wife the
details of the supper.
"I think wo must have some sar?
dines," said he.
'.Sardines," said his faithful and
excellent spouse, "yes, but I never
exactly understood what sardines
"Why, you know," replied the hus?
band, "you've seen 'em. A sardine
is a slice of beef with a slice of bread
on each side of it."
The gentleman probably came
from thc Sandwich Islands.
Pleasure may be at the helm, even
if youth is no longer at the prow.
An analyzing dame '-reports that
"she heard of but one old woman
who kiagpd her cow; but she knows
of ?naTy thousands of young ones
who have kissed very great calves."
Imparting pleasure is like putting
money out at interest; it benefits
both the lender and the borrower at
once. No one can be really and
truly happy unless others sympathize
and share that happiness.
ALL persons holding claims against the
estate of Mrs. H. C. ELMORE, will
present them properly attested, and all
persons indebted to saul estate will make
payment to F. H. ELMORE,
A. R. ELMORE,
De? 6 eowG Administrators.
South Carolina-Union District.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Reuben Briant and Saraji, his rcifc, Appli?
cants, vs. Wm. Kirby, B. C. Kirby and
IT appearing to my satisfaction that
Samuel Kirby, Miles Kirby, Alexander
Lecket- and wife, Jesse Clark and Martha,
his wife, A. T. Briant and Adeline, his wife,
and Joseph Martin and Isabella, his wife,
defendants in this case, reside without the
limits of this State:
it is, therefore, ordered that they appear
before me, on or before the 12th dav of
February, A. D. 1800, and object to "the
division or sale of tho real estate of Polly
White, deceased, or their consent will bo
entered of record. C. GAGE, O. U. D.
Ordinary's Office, Nov. 21, 18G5.
! South Carolina-Union District.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Sarah Hames, Applicant, vs. Stephen Fowler
et al., Defendants.
IT appearing to mv satisfaction that
Betsy Bently, Elbert Fowler, Julia
Sprousc, Coleman Hames, Presley Hames
and William Hames, defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this State:
ItMs, therefore, ordered that they appear
before .me, on or before thc 12th day of
February, A. D. 1866, and object to "tho
division or salo of thc real estate of Polly
White, deceased, or their consent will'be
entered of record. C. GAGE, O. U. D.
Ordinary's Office, Nov. 20, 18G5.
Nov 30 1 wl2
Fire and Marine
BEING appointed agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPA
I tTES, I am prepared to insure to any
.mount against fire. Amongst the offices
for which I am agent are tho well-known
Metropolitan, of New York; Continental, of
New \ork; and National, of Now Orleans.
These offices alone have a capital of over
Policies made pavablo in either gold or
currency. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent
DR. R. W. GIBBES offers his MEDICAL
and SURGICAL services to the
public, at his residence opposito tho old
In consequence of liability to asthma, ho
cannot attend general practice, which
requires exposure at night and in ?ad
weather. Terms cash.
OFFICE HOURS-8 a. m. to 10 a. m.,
and 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Jan 9
Charleston Advertisements, j
South Carolina Railroad Company
SOUTH-WESTERN R. R. BARK.
wt SI ? E^fZJEacjgc
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the above inst dation will be held in
tho city of Charleston, on tho SECOND
TUESDAY in February next, the 13th day
of that month.
Place of meeting-Hall of tho South- j
western Railroad Bank, on Broad street.
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. M.
On the day following-Wednesday, the
14th-there will be an election held at the
samo place, betwoen the hours of 9 A. M.
and 3 P. M., for FIFTEEN DIRECTORS
of the RAILROAD COMPANYfand THIR?
TEEN DIRECTORS of the BANK.
A committee to verify proxies will attend.
Stockholders will bo passed, as usual,
over the Road, to and from thc meeting,
free of charge, in accordance with the re?
solution of the Convention of 1854.
Jan 21 J. R. EMERY, Secretary.
C. K. Huger & Bentley D. Hasell,
M. K. Jesup & Co., of New York,
HB i UL,
46 RAST BAT STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, :
Manufacturers' Agents, and dealers in '
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT AND SUP- i
PLIES, PORTABLE AND STATION?
ERY ENGINES, SAW MILLS, and all
kinds of MACHINERY required by Rail?
road Companies, Contractors, Manufactur?
ers, Machinists and Agriculturists. Ad?
vances made on consignments of Railroad
Iron; also, on Cotton and other Produce.
BENTLEY D. HASELL,
CIVIL, MINING AND CONSULTING '
ENG IN KEP.
Estimates made and Contracts taken. .
Office 4G East Bav, Charleston, S. C.
Jan 20 Illino}: '
The Charleston Daily News. I
ON tho first of Januarv, 1860, the
CHARLESTON DAILY" NEWS will <
bc permanently enlarged to the size of the 1
"New Orleans Crescent," thc largest daily j
journal published in the United States, '
I and will be greatly improved in its general f
Tho paper has already tho largest circu- J
latjon of any journal in the State, and is !
universally considered the organ and rep- 1
I resentative of tho feelings of South '
Thc very finest ability in tho 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 copv.
CATHCART. MCMILLAN A MORTON,
De? 28 18 Hayna nt., Charleston. t?. C.
STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COM? MERCHANTS
No. 110 EAST BAT, CHAIILESTON, S. C.
COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to give satisfaction. Nov 10
! Corn, Oat?, Hay and Produce,
I General Commission Merchants.
JOHN $? BIM), <m*t & C0*t
COR. CHURCH A TRADD STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I Jan 21 Imo
KING & G
NO. 151 MEET
E. D. KING, M. D., & JESSE J.
Jan 14 2m
j RECEIVED THIS DAY
From New York direct, by
: A large and fresh supply of
Fill ERO CURIES
Which are offered to the public
AT inn nm.
NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK
SUGARS-Powdered, Crushed, Coffoo
COFFEE-Java and Rio.
Rice, Chocolata, Spice.
Tea, Cheese, Corn Starch.
, Raisins, Mackerel, Lard.
Baltimore Hams, new; Bacon.
, j Candles, Kerosene Oil.
Potatoes, Onions, Ac.
A full stock of
Consisting in part of GIBSON'S WHIS?
KIES, Hennesseo Brandies, Gin, Rum,
St. Marceaux A Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa,
i HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman.
! GERVAIS (Oil ERIDGE) STREET,
i OPPOSITE THE STATE HOUSE.
NEW YOEE AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving eacJi Port every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. K. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MAUSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering tvrrv
inducement to SHIPPERS and thc
PR A VELI NO PUBLIC, haring superior
accommodations for Passengers, ' with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed .ind comfort, are un?
rivalled en the coast.
CAPTAIN C. P. MAKSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, ON THURSDAY, Januarv
25, 1866, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agents. WILLIS A CrflS?LM-,
Jan 23 North Atlantic Wharf.
M.'. E.\ Grand Royal Arch Chapter
of South Carolina.
A THE ANNUAL CONVOCATION
>t?^r-of this Most Excellent Grand Chap?
/^^\ter of Roval Arch Masons will be
liolden at Charleston on TUESDAY, 13th of
February, 1866, at 12 o'clock, meridian.
Officers, Members and Delegates are re
pies ted to give a very punctual and gene?
ral attendance. Printed Circulars and
Blank Returns, in envelopes, have been
sent per mail throughout South Carolina
to each and every Chapter.
By order M.-. ?.\ Grand High Priest.
Jan 20 4* Grand Secretary.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIR.
SRANADA, QUAKER. CITY,
\ MIA Ll SI A, STARLIGHT,
Y LU A MBit A, SARAGOSSA.
31 HE shins of this line are all first-class
. and reliable, are at least as fast as any
>f thc coast, and built at as great, nu ex"
icnse. They arc in charge of gentlemanly
ind capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will bo paid to the comfort of the pas?
sengers. One of the above shins will be
lespatched from New York ana one from
Charleston EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Careo by these steamers
usures at the lowest rates. All informa?
tion can be had from either of the agents.
RAVENEL & CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
Dither houso will be promptly forwarded.
Nov 5 3mo
Meeting Street, ('tim lexton, S. C.
mHTR HOUSE has be?i THOROUGH
JL LY REPAIRED and REFURNISH?
ED, and cannot bo excelled bv anv in the
city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
Jan 7 Proprietor.
John W. Steele,
North-east Corner of King and George sis.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE attention of buyers i.? called to
the complete assortment of GENTLE?
MANS' FURNISHING ,v FANCY GOODS
now offered. Shirty, Underwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Toilette Articles, Ac. Fancy Goods
of every variety. Trunks, Valises, Travel?
ing Bags, Ac. The public are respectfully
invited to call and examine. Jan ll lin
TON, 23. O.
CASSIDEY, of North Carolina.
Plantations to Rent.
ON tho 1st MONDAY in February, at Co?
lumbia, by order of the Executor of
tho late James O'Hanlon, will be disposed
of to tho highest approved bidder, the
LAND belonging to said estate, for the
?ear 1866. and known as tbe Singleton and
jog Castle Tracts. They are superior cot?
ton ?nd grain lands. 60 or 70 hands can
be advantageously employed on tho Sin?
gleton place, and about 25 or 30 a* Log
Castle. W. A. HARRIS, Agent.
W W- BOYCE,
(Late of South Carolina,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 252 F St., bel. \3th and Ut h Sts.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Dec 27_ tufOmo
Tfr A. HARRIS, Agent to Purohase or
yy . Sell Real Estate. Prompt attention
given to any business entrusted to his
care. Office, for the present, at his resi?
dence, corner Gervais and Bull streets.
Columbia, S. C. Dec. 3
DR. B. W. TAYLOR
OFFERS his professional services to tho
citizens of Columbia and its vicinity.
Residence cornor of Pickeus and Senato
streets. Jan 4 Duo*
JAS. G. OLBBES is respectfully nomi
nated for next Mavor.
_JanJ_l_*__ MANY FRIENDS.
MESSRS. EDITORS: Major THEODORE
STARK is respectfully nomi.tated asa can?
didate for the office of MAYOR of the city
of Oolumbia-to bo filled at the ensuing
election in April next-bv his
Doc 28 MANY FRIENDS.
The friends of Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi- j
nate him as a candidate for Mayor at the
ensuing election in April next. Nev 2 *
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GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 25 ly New York.
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