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MISOEiT.Ti /\ JTY
Thc Confed?rate Dcnd.
From the broad und calm Potomac,
To the Rio Grantle'? traves.
Have the brave and noble fallen,
And the earth is strewn with ?rave?.
In the vale and on the hill-side.
Thro' the woods and by thc stream.
Has tho martial pageant faded,
Liko the vision of a dream.
Where tho reveille resounded,
And the stirring call "to arms,"
Nod the downy heads of clover
To the wind's mesmeric charms;
Where tho heels of trampling squadrons
Beat to dust the mountain pass.
Hang the dew-drops' fragile crystals,
From the slender stems of grass.
Where tho shock of meeting armies
Roused the air in raging waves.
And with sad and hollow groaning.
Echoed earth's deep hidden caves:
Where the cries of crushed and dying
Pierced the elemental strife,
Where lay death in sick'ning horror
'Neath the maddened rush of life
Quiet now reigns, sweet and pensive,
All is hushed in dreamless rest,
And tho pitying arms of nature
Hold her heroes on her breast.
Shield them well, oh, tender mother,
Whilo the morn and evening breath
Whispors us, th? sad survivors,
Of their victory, in death.
What though no stately column
Their cherished names may raise.
To dim the eye and move the lip
With gratitude and praise
The blue sky, hung with bannered clouds,
Their solemn dome shall be;
All Heaven's choiring winds shall chant
Tho anthem of thc free.
The spring with vine-clad arms shall clasp
Their hillocked routing places,
And summer roses droop above,
With flushed and dewy faces;
Fairy daisies, rayed and crowned, shall
spring,
Like stars from out their dust.
And look to kindred tatars on high
With eyes of patient trust.
And vainly shall the wilting lips
Assail with envious dart,
Tho fame of our heroic dead,
Whose stronghold is the heart
The nation's heart-not wholly crushed,
Though each throb bc in pain:
For lifo and hops will still survive,
Where love and faith remain.
?
Til's OF THE FASHION.-" They say" \
that one of thc latest fashions with
the lathes is wearing long ends of ?
narrow ribbon around the neck. Few i
of the uninitiated know tho signi- '
ficance of the same. When they
wear the ends hanging in front, it \
means that the lady is married ; the !
right shoulder, that she is engaged ;
down the back, that she has a " fel
1er " coming to see her, but she isn't I
engaged ; over tho. left shoulder, it !
means, "Fellers, come follow ino." I
If she does not wear any, it means
that she is engaged, and don't wish to :
have anything to do with " any other
fellow."
Charleston Advertisements.
STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COM. MERCHANTS,
No. 110 EAST RAT. CUARLERTOX, S. C.
COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
the Nortkern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
abdity to giv* satisfaction. Nov 10
Groceries,
BAGGING and HOPE",
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS,
YANKEE NOTION'S, Ac.
Full and large assortment now in store
and constantly rweivini*. For sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRK ?ES, at wholesale,
by CHAS. L. GUILLEAUME,
143 Meeting street,
Opposite Hayne street,
Dec 13 Imo Charleston, S. C.
Philip Fogarty & Co.,
WHOLESALE GHOCEBS
And Commission Merchants,
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
KEEr constantly on hand a full stock of
choice GROCERIES, WINES, LI?
QUORS, Ac. Dec 17 lmo_
Groceries! Groceries!
BACON SIDES amt SHOULDERS.
PIG HAMS. B 1EA KFAST BACON.
BUTTER. CHEESE, LARD, FLOUR.
TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE, BISCUITS.
Candv, Pinkies, Soap, Starch.
Candles, Sweet Oil, Herrings.
Codfish, Mackerel, Sa huon.
Raisins, Potatoes.
Liverpool Salt.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin.
Port, Madeira ami Sherry Wine.
Ami a general assortment of Groceries,
Ac, for sale low for cash bv
PHILL FlHiARTY A CO.,
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Bay,
Dec 17 Imo Charleston. H. C.
MARSMLL, BEACH & CO.,
Imn MERCHANTS
|H? EF.ET, CHARLESTON, s. C.
Hs m adi' on COTTON con
|Bo our I'nin in New York or
fi*
BB on England and
mW Imo
JENNINGS, THOULINSON & CO.,
WHOLTOAU; AND RETAH, DEALERS IN
SADDLERY HARDWARE,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
Leather and Shoe Findings, Ete.,
?35 HA YNE STREET,
Gf?Am.SSTO?f, SL CL
Dec 21_* Imo
TO OWNERS AND SHIPPERS
OF
COTTON, NAVAL STO?ES,
YARNS, &C.
CMS. L l?fti?MM
3F ACTOS, 8H?PS>IHG
AND
COMMIS. MERCHANT,
Office 143 Meelina Street, Directly Oppo?
site /layne Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL make liberal advances on con?
signments through his friends:
Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace A Go., Now Yerk.
Messrs. Dollner, Potter A Co., New York.
Messrs. Boonen, Graves A Co., New York.
Messrs. Haselhurst A Smith, New Y'ork.
Messrs. Thayer, Brigham A Co., Boston.
Messrs. J. A D. Malcolmson. Liverpool.
Messrs. John K. GiRiot A Co , Liverpool.
Messrs. Henry Sloan A Son, Philadelphia.
Messrs. Pendergast, Fenwick A Co., Rale.
Messrs. Gardner, Dexter A Co., Boston.
Messrs. Charles Smith A Co., Boston.
His facilities for Insurance cover Cotton,
Ac, all the way through, by land and sea,
from any point, at lower rates by Heating*
policies than can be effected here.
Produce bought and sold hero to fill
orders, at market rates, giving owners the
opportunity of si lling here or shipping.
Consignments solicited, to which I will
give my personal attention, and returns
made in currency, gold or foreign ex?
change. ,.i.tJ Dec Iii imo
LITTLE^ MARSHALL,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
173 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, of all
j\ kinds, of tho latest and most approved
patterns, consisting of:
Plows, Harrows, Hay Cutters, Corn Shell?
ers, Cultivators, Cotton Gins, Horse Pow?
ers, Threshing Machines and Separators,
Saw and Corn Mills, Plantation ('arts,
Hand-barrows, with Plow Castings of all
kinds. Ai.so,
Improved Hand-power Portable Cotton
Prenses. For sale, for cash, at New York
prices. De? 5 Imo
Fl
.5
iii m\w
124 MEETING STREET,
CHA31X.EST0K\ 8. C
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods,
F?KGY S?0?3S
AND CLOTHING-,
A RE now receiving a large assortment of
lY. STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
purchased during the recent decline and
oiler th.-m at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
Shall have a complete stock of CLOTH?
ING manufactured for the Spring trade.
The attention of merchants solicited.
Dec 1 _ 26
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS!
CARRYING TUE V. S. MAIL.
GRANADA, QUAKER ('ITT,
ANDALUSIA, STARLIGHT,
ALHAMBRA, SARAGOSSA.
milE ships of this line arr all first-class
_L and reliable, are at least as fast as any
of the coast, anti built at ns great an ex?
pense. Tiley ar.* in charge of gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will bo paid t-> thc 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
insure.- ai the lowest rates. All informa?
tion ea? be had from either of the agents.
RAVENED A CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
either house will be promptly forwarded.
Nov ."> Smo
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LINE COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND
FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS
MONERA, Capt. Murshman,
KMILY I?. SOl'I>EK,Cupt. Winchester.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT!
fTTHESE vessels alternating weekly, offer
JL ?og every ThursdaT 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 bc
i'oie the sailing of each steamer.
For Pai sage or Freight, applv t*
WILLIS A Ci I [SI > CM . Agent?,
Oil ? Um** Ibu* ibeuv, Charleston.
JACOB 8ULM5AOHITR. M. FCOT.
J.UW?G0.
TTHOLBSALB DXALFl'.S IX
Dry Goods,
CLOTHING,
GROCERIES,
LADIES' AND GENT'S
HATS,
CAPS,
BOOTS.
SHOES,
UMBRELLAS,
MILLINERY GOODS,
BONNETS. HATS,
RIBBONS,
HOOP SKIRTS.
CANDIES.
SEGA RS, ETC.
POCKET AXD TABLE CUTLERY.
Assembly Street,
BETWEEN n.Aur * WA*M]rt;T02r.
COLUMBIA, S.C.
The Compliments
or
BELLE SNIGKLES
TO THE
Ladies and Little Ones
Of her Former Acquaintance, as irell as the Public,
THAT she, being unwilling, after the lapse of four year?, to leave the city and the
trade of tho season in the hands of hut a few parties, after earnest consultation
with her two familiar friends,,?
AND
KB!SS KRINGLE,
Has determined to open an exhibition and sell at tin; LOWEST PRIQES, a largo .-.nd
varied assortment of TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES and FIREWORKS, which maybe
found at the sales-rooms of
SCOTT & HERIOT,
Dec 17 mtuthsm.l WASHINGTON STREET.
CALNAN & KREUDER,
G ERV A IS {OR BRIDGE) STREET, OPPOSITE THE STATE HOUSE,
Ax? aontinuallv receiving and kfop constantly on hand a full ?apply of
GROCERIES, WINES ANO LIQUORS,
?? ?, OF THE FINEST QUALITY:
J&\Wm?r%klL & SUGARS, TEA, COFFEE, MOLASSES, CRACKERS.
fjff\ ! ! WK \ ; i??E?rafefi"^_ Clicese, Rutter. Lard, Hams, bacon, Dried licet,
_,,/ 1 Tr " ^TTW&TI^ ' Herrings, Mackerel, Vinegar, Pickles, Sauces,
Jtj-j 1-"''--T^^ji?^Htr^-* ' ?l,,jied Fruits, Mustard. Prnper, Spices, (iinjer.
^^pO^^^JUKHgPSt" '- Maecaroni, Raisins. Brazil Nets, Hazel Nits,
!~!mlBBBSjffi-rr'? NORTH*:RN ?RISH POTATOES.
t^rrili^L^^.fc,- V Gibson's FINE WHISKIES, SCOTCH WniSEF.Y.
^^SV^iAa (UN, RUM. FRENCH URANDY.
<ii>.^- - Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine.
Pt. Marceaos A Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa, Absynth, Maraschino, Ac.
HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman.
Dec 3
Phoenix Iron Works,
Situated Foot of Richland St., near Greenville Railroad, Columbia.
OLESMiTH Si KIN. PROPRIETORS.
THE above works are now completed,
and tho undersigned beg to inform thc
public that thev are now prepared to exe?
cute all kinds of IRON CASTINGS, such as
are needed for agriculturists and ma-1
hinists, RAILROAD IRON, MIEL IRON. IRON FENCING,
tc. They arc also prepared to furnish BRASS CASTINGS
f every description.
Orders are solicited and wilhhr promptly attended to.
M. GOLDSMITH,
Nov 9 P. KIND.
New York Advertisements.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
AMD
PMNTEBS* WABEHOUSE,
NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centre street, (corner
of Reade street,) N? w York. The type
on which this paper ia printed is from the
above Foumlrv. Nov 18
BAT?UELOB'S Ililli DYE!
THE Original and Best in tho World
The 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. Sohl by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MTLLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 25 Iv New York.
Burning o?'the Museum.
LETTER FROM Mi:. HARSUM.
NEW Youie, JUIT H. 18(55.
Mr.ssns. HEKRISG A CO.-GENTLEMEN:
Though the destruction of Cue American
Museum hus proved a serious loss to my?
self and the public. I am happy to verify
the old adage, that '"lt's an ill wind that
blows nobody good," and, consequently,
congratulate you that your web known
safes have again demonstrated their supe?
rior lire-proof qualities in an ordeal of un?
usual severity.
The safe yon made for mc some time
ago was in thc office of tho Museum, on
the second floor, back part of the building,
and in the hottest ol'the tire.
After twenty-four hours of trial, it was
found among thc debris, and on opening
it this day has yielded np lt. contents in
very good order -books, pnpers, policies of
insurance, haiik bills, all in condition for
immediate usc, and a noble commentary
on the trustworthiness of Herring'?- fire?
proof Safe. Yours truly. P. T. BARNUM.
Herring's Patent Champion Safes.
Tar Most Reliable Protection from Fire'
nair Knoicn.
HERRING S CO.'S PATENT BANKERS'
SAFES, with Herring A Floyd's Patent
Crystalizod Iron, the best security against
a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
HERRING ft CO.,
No. Broadway, cor.Murravst., N. Y.
FARREL, HERRING & CO., Philadelphia.
Oct 26 2mo HERRING A CO., Chicago.
LAWRENCE,
BALDWIN
& CO
BANKERS AMI BROKERS,
NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. :
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
A ND other STOCKS, BONDS, Ac., !
2 V_ bought and sold on commission.
DEWITT C. I AWRENCE, member N. Y. ?
Stock Exchange.
SIMEON BALDWIN, JB., member N. Y. :
Petroleum and Mining Board.
[TYRUSJ.LAWRENCE, V.M.A. HAUNTED
Sejit 4 t?U1.>
Metropolitan Enterprise.
GR??T fifFT SALE
NEW YORK ANS PROVIDENCE
JEWELERS' ASSOCIATION.
CAPITAI.$1,000,000.
T>EJ'OT 197 BROADWAY, X. Y.
A N immense stock of PIANOS, JEWEL
l\. RY, WATCHES and FANCY GOODS,
?ill to be -sold for ONE DOLLAR each, with?
out regard to value, and not to bo paid for
till you see what you will receive.
Certificates, naming cadi article and ita
value, are placed in sealed envelopes and
we* mixed. One of these envelopes will bc
sent by mail to any address, on receipt of
23 cents; five for ll; oli ven fer $2: thirty
for $5; sixty-five for $10; and one hundred
for $15. (iii receipt of the certificate, yon
will sec what y>u aro going to have, and
then it is at your option to pay the dollar
and take the article or not. Purchasers
may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond
King, a Piano. Sewing Machine or any set
of Jewelry on our hst, 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 the
country; every person can make $10 a day
selling our certificates in tko greatest sale
of Jewelry ever known.
Send 25c. for a certificate, which will in?
form yon what you can obtain for $1. At
thc same time get our circular, containing
full list and particulars; also, terms to
agents. Address
JAMES HUTCHINSON A CO.,
Nov 14 'imo 107 Broadway, N. Y.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GEN. SUPERINTENDENTS OFFK K,
CHARLESTON, NOV. :;O, 1865.
ON and after WEDNESDAY,6th Decem?
ber, Passenger and Freight Trains
will run on th? Augusta Branch to Midway,
ten miles above Branchville, as follows:
Leave Charleston .(1.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.15 p. m.
Leave Midway.9.53 a. m.
Arrive at Mi-.?wav.P2.4K p. m.
ti. T. PEAKE,
Dec 6 Oes ?ral Superintendent.

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