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By river and fountain,
"liv desert and plain,
Over valley and mountain,
I am coming again
To execute judgment-an angel of wrath,
With terror and anguish and death in thc
In the East I began,
Ocr thc dark jungles sweeping;
In tho old Hindoostan
There was wailing and weeping.
From thc plague-smitten city, e'en l'arians
And (lunga, corpse-burthencd, rolls ou to
On tho flower-scented gale
Is tho taint of my breath,
And Persian wives wail,
For the angel of death
In the land of the rose his cold shadow
And blighted the hopes of their hearts as
Then Siberian snows
In my passage I crossed,
And the death-wail arose
In the regions of frost;
For the ice monarch's mantle was there no
Gainst the lifo quelling touch of the dire
By the sign of salvation
I paused for a time;
From each Christian nation
Roso voices of crime;
Tho' the symbol was thcro, thc snbstanco
To tho harvest of death, I went speedily
Then Russia-the cold
In my pathway I swept,
And in Moskwa the old
j.he grey-bearded have wept,
Who saw, without tears, their brave palaces
For him whose commission at Moscow ex?
And onward advancing,
Like a strong man from wine,
Where the sun-browned arc dancing
In the land of the vine,
With the step of a giant, death's wine?
press I tread,
before mc the living-behind mc the dead.
Weep, maids of Vienna!
Howl, Paris and Rome!
Tho gates of Gehenna
Are opening for doom;
Thc plague-cart shall wait by your man?
sions of prido,
Thc rich ann the poor to the dark house
At last I shall sail,
For tho star bannered West,
And my barque shall not fail
O'er tho ocean's broad breast
To land mc-long dreaded-though ship?
mates shall sleep
Where o'er the sea-buried the mermaidens
Facts and Freaks of Currency.
Many things have been used tit
diff?rent times as money-cowrie
shells in Africa; wampum by the
American Indians; cattle by ancient
The Carthaginians used leather as
money, probably bearing some mark
Frederick IT., at the sejge of afil?
an, issued stamped leather as money.
In 15G0, John the Good, King of
France, who was taken prisoner by
Hie celebrated Black Prince, niio* ^ent
to England until ransomed, ob is?
sued leather money, having a .iver
nail in the centre.
Salt is tho common money in Abys?
sinia; codfish in Iceland and New?
''Living money," slaves and oxen,
passed current with Anglo Saxons, in
payment of debts.
?.dam Smith says that in his day
there was a village in Scotland where
it was not uncommon for workmen to
carry nails instead of money to the
baker's shop and the ale house.
Marco Polo found, in China, money
made of tho bark of the mulberry
tree, bearing the stamp of the sove?
reign, whiih it was death to counter?
Tobacco was generally used as
money in Virginia up to 1660, fifty
seven years' after the foundation of
In 1641, the Legislature of Massa?
chusetts enacted that wheat should
1 ie received in payments of all debts.
The convention of France, during
the revolution, on the proposition of
Jean-lion Saint Andree, long discuss?
ed the propriety of adopting wheat as
money, as the measure of value of all
But the metals best adapted and
most generally used as coin, are cop"
per, nickel, silver and gold; flu? " first
two being now used for coins of
small value, to make change; the two
latter, commonly designated "thc
precious metals," are used as mea?
sures of value und legal tenders.
jQu the continent of Europe, a com?
position of silver and copper, called
bullion, has long been used for small
coins, which ari made current at a
much higher value than the metal
tliey contain. In China, Syce silver
is the principal currency, and is
merely ingot silver of a uniform fine?
ness, paid and received by weight.
Spanish dollars also circulate there,
but only after they have been assayed
and stamped as a proof that.they are
of the standard fineness.
As Asia Minor produced gold, its
earliest coinage was that metal.
Italy and Sicily possessing copper,
bronze was first coined there.
Herodotus says the Lydians were
the first people known to have coined
gold and silver. They had gold coin
at the close of tho ninth century B.
C.; Greece proper only at the closo
of the eighth century B. C.
Servias Tullius, King of Rome,,
made the pound weight of copper
The Romans first coined giver 281
B. C., and gold 207 B. C.
1 Koran on Monto/.
Some congregations are in need of
preachers; more preachers in need of
A UKI;KT, GENEBAIJ TURNED POET.
General M. Jeff. Thompson, formerly
of Missouri, and now located in New
Orleans as a commission merchant,
sent the editor of the Picayune a pre?
sent of a bottle of Bourbon whiskey
on Christmas day. Accompanying
the present were the following lines :
NEW OBLEANS, December 25, l???.
Dear Picayune, I pray
That cn this Christmas day
You'll accept this linc bottle of whiskey;
For 'tis full of "the. soul"
Of "Kentucky of old,"
And will make you feel "plucky and frisky."
. There's no "medicine hero
No "bitters" nor "beer;"
There's nothing but good honest drinking;
And 'twill make you feel good,
As all rino whiskey should,
And "lighten your heart" up to thinking
Of hours that arc past
That brought pleasures, that last
Through ages of troubles and sorrow;
And if on this night
You should go to bed "tight,"
You'll not have the headache to-morrow.
M. JEFF. THOMPSON.
The editor of a country paper says
that he felt called upon to publish
father Lewis' sermon on the "Locality
of Hell," as it was a question in
which nearly all its readers were
A Paris Cafe has on its card, among
other wines and liquors, the word
' "Cheri-gobler. ' '
ARSENAL HILL, corner
Richland and Gadsden streets.
MRS. T. STARK.
Jan 21 G*_
Institute for Young Ladies !
Opposite Charlotte Railroad Depot,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE duties of this Institute will be re- |
sumed on January 15,180(5, and end on
July 15 following. For circulars, stating
terms, Ac., apply to Principal.
Day Pupils will be received as heretofore.
To encourage the study of the German
Language, Mad. ts. gives" thc privilege to
thc young ladies to join a class free of |
Text books, except for Modern Lan?
guages, will be supplied, and a small
charge made for the use, per quarter, by
them. When injured or lost, they must be
replaced by the pupil. Dec 22 lSf
BY virtue of thc last will of Henry
Worthy, deceased, we will sell at the
Scaife'a Ferry xdace, on Broad River, ott
FRIDAY, the 2d day of February next,
GOO BUSHELS OF CO'RN, and 4.000 or 5,000
BUSHELS of Superior COTTON SEED.
Terms made known on day of salo. All
persons having demands against tho
estate, will hand them in immediately.
Jan 23 Executors.
W W. BOYCE,
(Late of South Carolina,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WII?L PRACTICE IN TEE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 252 E St., bet. mh and Uth Sis.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Dec 27 tufGmo
VIE AR ALSTON, s. c.
THE exercises of this institution will be
resumed tho second WEDNESDAY in
January next. Every facility will bc afford?
ed for imparting a thorough, practical,
accomplished and Christian education.
TERMS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE:
Board, including Washing, for five
Tuition in English Branches, far five
months. 25 00
Tuition in Music, for live months... . 25 00
" " French, " " _ 20 00
" " Latin, " " _ 20 00
" " Drawing, " " _ 20 00
" " Fancy Work, five months. 20 00
Incidental Expenses. 5 Ol)
Pupils arc required to furnish their own
lights, sheets, pillow-cases, towels and
heavy covering. For further particulars,
address REV. J. TAYLOR ZEALY,
Dec 2S t Principal, Monticello, S. C.
WA. HARRIS, Agent to Purchase or
. Sell Real Estate. Prompt attention
given to any business entrusted to his
carr. Office, for the- present, at his resi?
dence, corner Gervais and Bull streets.
Columbia. S. C._Dec. 3
RECEIVED THIS DAY
From New York direct, by
A large and fresh supply of
Which arr offered to the publier
AT REDUCED PRICES.
NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK
SUGARS -Powdered, Crushed, Cottee
COFFEE -Java a lld Rio.
Rice, Chocolate, Spice.
Tea, Cheese, Corn Starch.
Raisins. Mackerel, Lard.
Baltimore Hams, new; iiacn.
Candles, Kerosene Oil.
Potatoes, Onions, Ac.
I AES( ),
A full stock of . .
Consisting in part of GIBSON'S WHIS?
KIES, Hennesseo Brandies, Gin. Rum,
St. Marecanx A Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa,
HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman.
GERVAJS (OU BRIDGE) STREET,
ORPOSITE THE STATE tims E.
WE wai fill all orders for PERUVIAN
GUANO. Cash or cotton must ac?
company thc orders. HUNT A BRO.,
Jan 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
HUMT & SR?.,
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
CHJ^ESXOR, S. C.,
(Formerly of Newberry, S. C.,)
L F. HUNT, " J. H. HUNT, Ju.
PROMPTLY forward all MERCHAN?
DIZE consigned to ns arriving in the
city from Northern or foreign ports. Wc
will give strict attention to sale and pur?
chase of COTTON, RICE, FLOUR, Ac.
Liboral advaaces on consignments.
R?F?RENCES.-G. W. Williams & Co.,
Charleston, S. C.; Russel A Ellis, Wilming?
ton, N. C.; Bigelow A Sargent, Baltimore;
Lathbury, Wickorsham A Co., Philadel?
phia; N. L. McCready A Co., Now York;
Ray ti Walter, Boston; G. W. Gannany,
Savannah, Ga.; G. R. Wilson, Esq., Nor?
Parties consigning goods to us must
make deposits in tho city to pav ship and
railroad freights. HUNT A BRO.,
Jan 24 Imo Charleston. S. C.
South Carolina Railroad Company
AND OF Tin:
SOUTH-WESTERN lt. R. BANK.
milE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
I of the above institution will beheld in
tho city cf Charleston, on tho SECOND
TUESDAY in February next, the 13th day
of that month.
Place of meeting--Hall of the South?
western Railroad Bank, on Broad street
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. M.
On thc day following Wednesday, the
14th-there w:ill be an election held ?t thc
saino place, between the hours of il A. M.
and 3 P. M., for FIFTEEN DIRECTORS
of tho RAILROAD COMPANY?and THIR?
TEEN DIRECTORS of tho RANK.
A committee to verity proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passed, as usual,
over the Road, to and from the meeting,
free of charge-, in accordance with thc re?
solution of tho Convention of is.n.
Jan 2L J. R. EMERY, Secretary.
C. K. Huger & Bentley D. Hasell,
M. K. Jesup & Co., of New York,
?IO EAST BAY STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Manufacturers' Agents, and dealers in
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT AND SUP?
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.
CIVIL, MIXING AND CONSULTING
Estimates made and Contracts taken.
Otliee IC. East Ray, Charleston, S. C.
Jan 20 Illino} l
Corn, Oats, Hay and Produce,
General Commission Merchants.
JOHN $? BIBDt jn.y ? CO.,
COR. CHURCH & TLADD STREETS,
CIIARLES70N, S. C.
Jan 21 Imo _(
STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COM? MERCHANTS !
No. 110 EAST RAY. CHARLESTON, S. C.
CIOTTON ami PRODUCE forwarded to ,
' the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to give satisfaction. Nov lt)
KING & C
NO. 151 MEET
CD H -A. JT?L JLM IE3 S
E. D. KING, M. D., & JESSE J.
jan 14 2m
Plantations to Rent.
ON the 1st MONDAY in February, at Co?
lumbia, by order of the Executor of
thc late Janies O'Hanlon, will be disposed
T)f to the big neat approved bidder, tho
LAND belonging to said estate, for tho
year 18(j(>, and known a.-, the Singleton and
Log Castle Tracts. They are superior cot?
ton and grain lands. GO or 70 hands can
be advantageously employed on the Sin?
gleton place, and about 25 or 30 at Log
Castle. W. A. HARRIS, Agent.
AVALUARLE BUILDING LOT, situ?
ated on Lumber street, near Rich?
land-54 by 149 feet. For terms, etc.,
apply at this office. Jan 23
JAS. G. GIBBES is respectfully nomi?
nated for next Mayor.
Jan ll _J_MANY FRIENDS.
? MESS us. ?ITITORS: Major THEODORE
STARK is respectfully nominated asa can
' didate for the office of MAYOR of the city
oi Columbia-to bo tilled at tjjo ensuing
election in April next-by his
Dec 28 MANY FRIENDS.
The friends or Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi- j
nate him as a candidate for Mayor at tho i
ensuing election in April next. Nov 2 *
DR. B. W. TAYLOR
OFFERS los professional services to thc
citizens nf Columbia and its vicinity.
Residence corner of Pickens and Senate
streets. Jan I lni<>
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
Leaving cadi Pori every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MAKSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
incluceracnt to SHIPPERS and tho
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, ar? un?
rivalled ?n thc coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. li. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, ON THURSDAY, February
1, 1SG6, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agents. WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Jan 2G North Atlantic Wharf.
CAST STEEL, MACHINE BELTING.
MILL and (JIN BANDS.
CIRCULAR SAWS, and all articles re?
quired by millers and machinists. For
sale by * J. M. EASON,
No. ?) Exchange st., rear old Post Office,
.lan 25 Imo Charleston, S. C.
EASON'S F?UNDR 7~
AND MACHINE SHOPS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WE are prepared to build STEAM EN
, OINKS and BOILERS, Saw Mills and
Machinery of all kinds; Cast ings in Brass
and Iron. Repairing of all kinds done at
short notice. Our prices are low*
Jan 25 Imo J. M. EASON A BRO.
Sled i og Street, Clim-lcstoii, s. C.
mil IS HOUSE has been THOROUGH
? LY REPAIRED and REFURNISH?
ED, and cannot be excelled bv anv in the
city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
jan 7 Proprietor.
John W. Steele,
Nor?i-cast Corner of King and George sis.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TITHE attention of buyers is called to
JL the complete assortment of GENTLE
MENS' BURNISHING A FANCY GOODS
now offered. Shirts, Underwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Toilette Articles, Ac. Fancy Goods
of every variety. Trunks, Valises, Travel?
ing Bags, "ve. Thc public art' respectfully
invited to call and examine. Jan ll lin
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
CARRYING THE XT. & MAIL.
GRANADA, QUAKER CITT,
11 HE ships of Hus line 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 aro in charge of gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will be paid to the comfort of tho pas?
sengers. One of the above ships will be
despatched from New York and one from
Charleston EVERY 'WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo by these steamers
insures at tho lowest rates. All informa?
tion can be had from either of the agents.
RAVENEL A CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
either house will be promptly forwarded.
Nov 5 3mo
The Charleston Daily Courier,
BY A. S. WILLINGTON A CO.
Daily, uno year.$10 00
Pi r Square, ten lines. 1 00
Less than a square proportionate rates.
leston Hotel, ?
TON, SP - O
CASSIDEY, of North Carolina.
Fire and Marine
BEING appointed agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPA?
NIES, I am prepared to Insure to any
amount against fire. Amongst tho relines
for which 1 am agent are the well-known
Metr nolitan, of New York: Continental, of
New \ork; and National, of Now Orleans.
These offices alono have a capital of over
Policies made payable tn either gold or
currency. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
o o M: P A Ar Y
WILL be ready, in a few days, to
COMPRESS COTTON for
TRANSPORTATION OR STORAGE.
Orders taken at thc Press, adjoining the
South Carolina Railroad Depot.
Engine, etc., for Sale.
4 FIVE-HORSE ENGINE, in running
J\. order, with pulleys, etc., for sale low.
Apply at this office. l)ec Vi
New York Advertisements.
MARK UP YOUR CUBS.
MW UK rows.
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20 Beaver street, New York.
KEEP constantly on hand all kinda ol
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
TOBACCO, FRUITS, Ac. Prompt atten?
tion given to orders.
W. HOOPER HARRIS,
Late of Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES L. GAINES,
Late of Asheville, N. C.
R. R. A R. M. BE ARDEN,
Jan 14 12 Late of Macon, Ga.
CORNER BROOME ST ANO BOWERY,
NEW YO SK.
ri THIS house, canahle of accommodating
I three hundred guests and kept on thu
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass tho
Hotel to all the Ferries,'Railroad Depots
and place- ? * Amusement every turee
minutes. Si' gie Rooms. $1.00 pur dav;
double, .00. J. F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan 14 ly Proprietors.
. B Ai* KEES 9
NO. 1G WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES A N D
other STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Ac,
bought and sold on commission for cash.
DEPOSITS received from Banks, Bank?
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on sight. COLLECTIONS made on nil
parts of the United States.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. 1 JOHN R. ('ECU..
Crans J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTE!).
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The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, "Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Drown, without injuring the bail?
or skin. Remedies tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OE MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 25 ly New York.
IN THE RATES OE
ON the 2d of January, 18G6, tho COLUM?
BIA PHONIX (published Daily and
Tri-Weekly) was GREATLY ENLARGED,
and in the' quantity and quality of its read?
ing matter will compare favorably with any
papor in the State. The subscription price
to tho Daily is $10 a year; Tri-Weekly 17.
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PER CENT.: while the monthly and quar?
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extent as to place the columns of the paper
within the reach of dealers and manufac?
Of ?very kind, such as
Attended to promptly,
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Jan 7 Proprietor