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BT FITZ GREENE HALLXCK. Merrily bounds tho morning bark Along the summer sea; Merrily mount? the morning lark Tho topmost twig on tree; Merrily smiles the morning roso The morning sun to see; And merrily, merrily greets the rose The honey-suckiug bee; But merrier, merrier far aro these, Who bring on wings of the morning breeze, A music sweeter than hor own, A happy group of loves and graces, Graceful forms and lovely faces, Allin gay delight out-Sown; Out-flown from their school-room grases, School-room rules and school-room pages, Lovely in their teens and tresses, Summer smiles and summer dresses, Joyous ia. their dance and song, With sweet sisterly caresses, Arm in arm they speed along. Punch says tho present "diet" of thc small German powers is humble pie. NEW STORE. THE subscriber has hist opened his new store, corner of W abbington and As? sembly streets-on the square opposite thc old Jail-where can bc found alargo sup? ply of COOKING STOVES, comprising the following celebrated patterns: Buck's Pa? tent, Western Home and Helta. Also, a complete assortment of J APANNED, PLA? NISHED, STAMPED and PLAIN TIN? WARE. A. PALMER. Nov 2G_3 JUST RECEIVED ! OK COHSIGKMEKT. IQ CASK (25 gallons) directly imported "O G OD ABD BRANDY-the finest ar? ticle of the kind ever imported to this mar? ket. At ISAAC MOISE'S, Plain st., next to J. G. Gibbes' residence. Nov 25 3 To Rent, MMY late RESIDENCE, at tho cor? ner of Bull and Upper Boundary streets* AI*SO The BRICK HOUSE at present occupied by Mr. Wm. H. Hcyward, on Laurel street. Both places arc commodious and com? fortable, with every convenience for a re? spectable family. Possession will be given first of Januarv ncxt. J. W. PARKER. * _Nov 23_% JLMJATSTCT BOOKS. * N assortment of LAW JtiOOKS, includ J\_ ing the SOUTH CAROLINA LAW and EQUITY REPORTS, in sets- or volumes, can he found at R. L. BRYAN'S, one door East of Nickerson's Hotel. Nov 25 }6* J. J. McCARTER. For Sale, MiflMjr-ji BETWEEN this and 25th @V4p7fproximo, a "GRAND SQUARE fl? I ? I ROSEWOOD PIANO," Stein? way A Son's make. Also, Rosewood Stool and India Rubber Corer. This is a splen? did instrume- it, of tho best tone, and not in tho least '.tmsed. Applv at this office, Nov 26 _ ' 3* NOTICE. 1 nm mrnin n i nil m rv ?> jiim A ariiMUiu M\KM TO RENT. BY authority of the City Council, I pro? pose to rent for one year, to tho high? est bidder, the STATE FAIR GROUNDS, (adjoining the city, ) containing about forty acres, all ia a high state of cultivation. Applicants will apply to the City Clerk, at his office on Taylor street. North of Catholic Church, where terms will be made known. Oui; AN DO Z. BATES, Chairman Committee on Streets. Nov 26 4 For Sale, i Ca? ACRES OF LAND, within two -fc<?70 miles of Winnsboro. Of this, 3U0 acres are cleared, and thc remainder is woodland. There are several springs on this land, which is termed "Creek Bottom Land." For particulars, apply to Nov 19 WM. McGUINNIS, Columbia. A House, Farm, Orchard and Vine? yard for Sale. THE HOUSE has 40 acres attached, 8 a vineyard of choice and abundant bear? ing grapes and an orchard of 500 peach trees. The place is on.the Sand-hills of the Watercc. Terms accommodating. Apply to CARLOS TRACY, Nickerson's Hotel, ot? to Mrs. E. IL TRACY, on thu premises. Nov 10 ||3tu3* FOR S?LX.E, VSMALL FARM, within four miles of Columbia, near Landmm's Pottery. On the premises is a neat COTTAGE and out-buildings; also, a well of most excel? lent water. For terms, Ac, apply to the subscriber, on the premises. Novl4tu3 M. S. LANDRUM. House-iurnisHing Goods. riMlE subscriber has received a supply of I tho above, consisting of Brass and Iron-hooped TUBS, BUCKETS and KEEL ERS, Hair and si ?aw Brooms and Brushes, Table und Door Matts, Japanned Tin Toi? let Setts, Looking (Hasses, Ac. W. B. STANLEY, Corner Plain and Gates streets, Nov 19 8 Nearly opp. Shiver House. Sales of Go ver nm't Property. AT noon, on WEDNESDAY, November 22, and every day thereafter, at Col? lege Campus, I will offer at public saie, GO? VERNMENT PROPERTY in my charge: Horses and Mules, sold Wednesdays and Fridays. Wagons and Harness, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Scrap," Wronght, Pig and Bar Iron, Boil? ers. Engines and broken Machinery sold daily. Bricks and old Buildings. Tb^-sdays. Terms cash. EDGAR McMt LEN, Assistant Special Treasury Agent. Nov 18 10 SM they Genie! ANOTHER Ol Groceries, JUST RECEIVED BY GERVAIS (OR vIDGEj STREET, OPPOSITE ?JTATE HOUSE, C0LUIH8?A, 3. C. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. SMOKED BEEF. BACON-Clear Side?, Hami, <Scc. SLACCAvROBfl. SUGAR-all kinds, at lowest rates. APPLES.. POTATOES. NOT 17 South Carolina College. THE Stated annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the South Carolina Coi? nce To-ui VjS held s.t thc College Library, on WEDNESDAY, 23th inpt., at 7 o'clock p.' m. L. L. FRASEE, Ju., NOT 23 6 Sec. Bosrd Trustees. THE undersigned, in connection with bi? Saloon, has opened a RESTAU? RANT, where thc very best the market affords-in the shape of OYSTERS, FISH, GAME, MEATS, etc., can bo obtained prepared in every style, by an excellent cook. Gentlemen can be supplied with regular MEALS and LUNCHES at all hours. A call is all that will be necessary. Tho very best brands of CHAMPAGNE, BRANDY," WHISKEY, GIN, etc., CON? STANTLY ON HAND. T. M. POLLOCK, Nov 22 Rear of Hanahan A Waiiey's. Council Chamber, COLUMBIA, NOVEMBER 24, 18G5. ON the first Monday in December next, an election will be held for one AL? DERMAN in Ward No. 2, to fill vacancy i occasioned by the resignation of J. S. i Leaphart. Thc following gentlemen are appointed Managers-election to be held at Dr. W. P. Geiger's: L. F. Hopson, A. R. Phillips, James Campbell. F. H. ELMORE, NOT 25 City Clerk. Special Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers. COUNCIL CHAMBER, COLUMBIA, November 24, 1865. BY order of the City Council, thc BOOKS of this office will be closed upon the 7th of December next. After that date, TAXES due the city will be collected through thc usual forms of law. F. H. ELMORE, Nov 25 6 City Clerk. To Builders and Contractors. PROPOSALS FOR ERECTING ASHED, for a temporary Market, on Assembly strct, will be received by the Committee on Market, on or before the 27th inst. For further particulars, applv to j. si. BEAK FLY, J. S. GUIGNARD, JOHN STORK. By order of Council. Nov 24 4 C01I1IISSI0\ AGENCY. PB. GLASS has established, in conncc . timi with the Book and Stationery business, a general COMMISSION AGENCY for the purchase and sale of Merchandize of every description, Bonds, Stocks, Beal Estate, Ac. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office, at present, on Plain street, neai Nickerson's Hotel. Nov 1 i 17 17 T 4 /^TjTQi^iXr I Ali. Ali. fi ^V,'.rVk5Ul^l , DBUCGt$T& APOTHEGM Bedell's JEt.o^j%z. FINE assortment of PERFUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES. Nov 2 26 Law Card. IH AVE resumed thc PRACTICE Ol LAW. Office at Greenville. Nov j WADDY THOMPSON. rttmm UWVEBSITY," Greenville, S. C. THE EXEBCISES of this Institution will bo resumed on the 15th of Feb ruary next. For Circular giving further information, application m av be made to PROF. JNO. F. LANNEAU, Oct 28 f?7 Secretary of Faculty. Charleston Courier, Augusta Chronicle A Sentinel, Edgefield Advertiser, Newberry Herald, and Yorkvillo Enquirer, please copy until the 15th of January, and forward bills to the Secretary of Faculty, Greenville. A AND UOANT STOCK OF GOODS!!! JUST 8E?E1?E0 AND FOB SALE BY j. aimun & co., ASSEMBLY STEEET, Beticccn Plain and Washington Streets, QA rX>Z. Assorted GENT'S DRESS and Ol I BUSINESS COATS. 10 doz. OVER-COATS. 50 " FANTS. 20 " VESTS. 20 " Shetland Ribbed UNDER-SHIRTS and DRAWERS. 20 doz. White Ribbed UNDER-SHIRTS and DRAWERS. 20 doz. Shaker Flannel Under-shirts and Drawers. 20 doz. heavy Grey Under-shirts and Drawers. 5 doz. Red Flannel Under-shirts and Drawers. 10 doz. Brown Knit Coats. 10 " Grey " " 20 doz. Linen Collars. 80 " Gent's Black Gauntlets. 50 " " assorted Wool Gloves. 10 " " White Gloves. 50 " " Woolen and Silk Scarfs. 40 " " Wristlets. 30 " ?' assorted Merino Hose. 10 pieces All-wool White Flannel. 10 " Canton Flannel. 55 pieces White Muslin. 20 '. French Chintz. 10 " Check. 15 " Gingham. 20 " Linscv. 5 doz. Balmoral Skirts. 10 pieces Black Alpaca. 10 " Fancy " 10 " Delains. 5 " Black Velvet. 10 " French Merino. 5 " Black Cloth. 10 " Satinets. 10 " Kentucky Jeans. 10 doz. Ladies' and Children's Hats. 10 doz. Umbrellas. 12 " Ladies' Netts. 50 " Knives and Forks. 10 " Ladies' Hats. 10 " Children's Hats. io " French Corsets. 10 " assorted Cloaks. 10 doz. Umbrellas. 10 " Shawls. 10 tierces Butter. 5 boxes Ginger. 10 kits Mackerel, Ne. 1. 10 " " No. 2. 10 boxes Sugar Crackers. 20 " Soda " 10 " Fancy " 10 " Wine " 1 " Allspice. 1 " Cinnamon. 4 " Pepper. 1 " Indigo. 2 lirliins Lard, 10 bids. Crushed Sugar. 10 " Brown " 100 boxes Dairy Cheese. 5 bbls. Kerosene Oil. 100 doz. Hinges. ALSO, A LARGE LOT OF ? fr o E S ! iv/ JLJL V/ ? . WE A RE RECEIVING DAILY mw GOODS ? WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Agent for Kalb's celebrated ARTIFICIAL LEG ai d ARM. Also, agent for FAIRBANKS SCALES. Circulars to be seen at the store. Watches and Jewelry Repaired. 10 doz. Clocks. Hierhost Price Given for Old Gold and Silver. NOT 12 Stockholders' Meeting. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, WILMINGTON > MANCHESTER R. R. CO., Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 20, 1805. THE Eighteenth Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders of the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad Companv will be held in Wilmington, N. C., on WEDNESDAY, tho 29th proximo. WM. A. WALKER, Nov 4 Sec'v Wil. ft Man. Railroad Co. RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY h. C. CLARKE, Washington Street, Opposite Old Jail. TOGETHER WITH RIBBONS. COLOGNE, TOILET POW DER. VERBENA WATER, TOILE* SOAPS, SOZODONT, DIAPER PINS, Toilet Powder Boxes, SUk and Leather Belts, Cor? sets, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes, Gloves, Linen Braids, Tape, Shawls, Edgings, Bal? moral Skirts, Calicoes, Traveling Bags, Portmonaies, Canton Flannel, Cassimeres and Cloths, for Gent's wear, Blankets, Hats, Whalebone, Zephyr Worsted, Black Bomba? zine, Black French Merino, Black Alpaca, B. E. Diaper, Huck. Diaper, Cloak Orna? ments and Trimmings, Serpentine Silks and Worsted Braids, Fancy, Pearl, Agate, Bone, Metal and other Buttons, Shell and Imita? tion Tuck Combs, Dress Trimmings, Mar? celine Shawl Pins, Menefour, Ladies' Meri? no Vests, Drawers and Petticoats, Gilt and Jet Belt Buckles, Gent's Merino Drawers and Undervests, Waterfalls and Tads, Lace Veils, Marceline Silk, Ac. Oct 29 Charleston Advertisements. STENHOUSE & CO., FORWARDING AND COM. MERCHANTS, No. 110 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C. /"COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to \_J the Northern cities. From their long experience, they feel confident of their ability to give satisfaction. Nov 10 JOHN KLNG & CO., IMPORTERS and wholesale dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, Foreign and Domestic Liquors and Scgars, Crockery, Hollow-ware and Glass-ware, Ac. 2,000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT to arrive. No. 88 Hs.se! street, Charleston, S. C. NOT 7 }3mo <""?~r ? Tvr IH? ? v efc 0O-, ll Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C., DEALERS in LIME, CEMENT, Calcined and Land PLASTER, LATHS, HAIR and BUILDING MATERIALS in general, which will always be shipped in good order and at the lowest market prices. GEO. W. OLNET. H. B. OLNET. C. C. OLNET. Nov 3 lme* C. A. CHISOLM. lt. G. CHISOLM. II. !.. CHISOLM. GHJSOtM BROTHEBSt SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Cliarleston, S. C. 13ROMPT attention given to the pur? chase, f ale and shipment of COTTON, RICE, NAVAL STORES, LUMBER, COAL, Ac. Merchandize forwarded to all parts of tho country. Consignments solicited, on which liberal advances will he made. Nov 8 Imo NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON IK" CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. GRANADA, Q,(AK?R CITY. ANDALUSIA, STARLIGHT, ALHAMBRA, SARAGOSSA. THE shins of this line are all first-class and reliable, arc at least :is fast as any of the coast, and built at as great an ex? pense. They arc in charge of gentlemanly and capable commanders, and every atten? tion will be paid to the comfort of the pas? sengers. Our of the above shins will be 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 be haH from cither of the agents. RAVENEL & CO.. Charleston. ARTHUR LEARY, New York. Merchandize and Cotton addressed to cit brr house will be promptly forwarded. Nov 5 3mo PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LINE COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS MONERA, Capt. Mankman, EMILY B. SOC DE R,C apt. \V nc hester. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT! THESE vessels alternating weekly, offer? ing evcrv Thnrsdav to the traveling public a FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER BOAT, with superior accommodations. There will be a mail bag kept at the office of the Agents, closing always an hour be? fore the sailing of each steamer. For Passage or Freight, apply to WILLIS ft CHISOLM, Agents, Oct 5 3mo* Mills House, Charleston. f?SHEB & IO WR&ttCE* SUCCESSORS TO FISHER & AGNEW, HAVE just rceeived a large and com? plete stock of HARDWARE, compris? ing Carpenters' and Ff ming Tools, Iron Everything wanted in the GROCERY line-Sugars, Coffeee, Teas, Mackerel, Li? quors, Segars, Ac. And, having secured thc services of Mr. J. C. GREEN, would respectfully ask tho attcstion of the ladies of the city and sur? rounding country to their stock of DRY GOODS-Des Laities, French, English and American Prints, Cambrics, Alpacas, Hoop Skirts, Shoes and Bootees, Ac. Nov 14 Loo FISHER & LOWRANCE. The friends of Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi? nate him as a candidate: for Mayor at the ensuing election in April next. Nov 2 * New York Advertisements. JAMES CONNER'S SONS PMNTEHS' WAftEHOUSE, NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centre street, (corner of Reade street,) New Y'ork. Thc type on which this paper is printed is from "thc above Foundry. Nov 18 Metropolitan Enterprise. GREAT SIFT SALE OF TUE NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE JEWELERS' ASSOCIATION. CAPITA!.$1,000,000. DEPOT 197 Ii HO AD WA Y, JV. Y. AN immense stock of PIANOS, JEWEL? RY, WATCHES and FANCY GOODS, all to bc sold for ONE DOLLAR each, with? out regard to value, and not to be paid for till you see what you will receive. Certificates, naming each article and its value, arc placed in scaled envelopes and well mixed. One of these envelopes will be sent by mail to any address, on receipt of 25 cents; five for $1; eleven for $2; thirty for $5: sixty-five for $10; and one hundred for $15. On receipt of the certificate, you then it is at your option to pay thc dollar and take the article or not. "Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring, a Piano, Sewing Machine or any set of Jewelry on our list, for $1; and in no case can they get less than one dollar's worth, as there are no blanks. Agents are wanted in every town in tho country; every person can make $10 a day idling our certificates in the greatest sale of Jewelry ever known. " end 25c. fer a certificate, which will in? form you what you can obtain for $1. At the same time get our circular, containing full hst and particulars; also, terms to agents. Address JAMES HUTCHINSON A CO., Nov 14 2mo 197 Broadway, "N. Y. RATMIVIAD'C III ID nVFt UtlbllLLUll ? ll VIII Ul Li THE Original and Best in thc World! Thc only true and perfect HAIR DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, without injuring the hair 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 the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR," Oct 25 ly_New York. LAWRENCE. BALDWIN & CO., BANKERS m BROKERS, NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. co VEBNM?NT SECUMT?ES AND other STOCKS, BONDS, Ac, bought and sold on commission. DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y. Stock Exchange. 'SIMEON BALDWIN, Ju., member N. Y. Petroleum and Mining Board. TYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED Sept 4_limo Burning of the Museum. LETTE H FROM MR. li ? H S cyr. NEW YOKK, July 14, 1865, MESSRS. HERRING A Co.-GENTLEMEN: Though tho destruction of the American Museum has proved a serious loss to my? self and thc public. 1 am happy to verify the old adage, that '"It's an ill" wind that blows nobo??y good," and, consequently, ? congratulate you that your well known safes have again demonstrated their supe? rior fire-proof qualities in an ordeal of un? usual severity. Tho safe you made for mo some time ago was in the office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part of the building, and in the hottest of the fire. After twenty-four hours of trial, it was found among the debris, and on opening it Ons day has yielded np its contents in v ./ good order-books, papers, policies of insurance, bank bills, ail in condition for immediate use, and a noble commentary on thc trustworthiness of Herring's Fire Proof Safe. Yours truly, P. T. BARNUM. Herring's Patent Champion Safes. 77ie Most Reliable Protection from I\re noir Knoten. HERRING A CO.'S PATENT BANKERS' SAFES, with Herring & Floyd's Patent Crystalized Iron, the best security against a burglar's drill ever manufactured. HERRING A CO., No. 251 Broadwav, cor. Murrav st., N. Y FARREL, IIERR?NG A CO., Philadelphia. Oct 26 2mo HERRING A CO., Chicago.