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IOU TfE B*s.
bent d ca ed hands
She III ver hIn 'ho
-tustl eff lets i th o 050
And gently lenght'nin s lay,
a61 rippling waves tha aur'd utt
'Their pLeasant mu r feet.
H1ow lovely in ht oe, wuds she
4Sweet LeonqrA ; mourning her loss
-Of Co y, Hope and Liberty!
eeper still; the aching wound,
I"t bled afresh, as bitter thought
Repeated o'er the words, "lie's dead,
And with h.h, gone my life long joy."
* * .* * * * *
JA foot-fall in the grass-a cry
And close.beside her, knelt the form,
She piotur'd, quiet In the grave;
But al !.Mow changed-so sadly changed,
That e'en her wotan's noble heart,
Fe4l one wildthroh of strange repulse,
And starting lip aghast, she fled
Fled, through the garden walk, and then,
WithIrm, slow s,ep, retraced the way;
.d softly, taking into hers,
The one poor hand was left to him
Who both hn risked for Honor's sake;
And looking up to that pale face,
Whose blighted eye, and soarsdeop marked,
Showed scarce one trace of beauly rare,
She said, "Forgive thy Leonore
And take her to thy heart again,
She deemed thee dead, but now she's blest;
Forgive the sudden pang; she pleads-"
"Would that I dared to take theo Love!
But no; I cannot link thy fate
With one, so darkened as any own,
I have but come to look at thee,
Thocl bow me to my lonely lot"
The waters of the evening tido
Were silvered with the moor's young light
And on the dancing waves she gazed,
With spirit wrapt-as if her soul
On the bright line, had passed from earth,
But back to earth, and love bho came,
Touched tonderly the Jacket grey,
Faded, and spotted o'er with blood;
And spake, with tone as nlear and soft
As cadence of the river's flow.
"Tell me; art all 6nchanged in mind,
And purposes of good, as last
Thou wort., when oil this very spot
We partdi? If the Pearl bo pure
What matters, uhait the .casket fair,
Be marred and shattered? Yonder lies
My home, untouchod by war or crime,
And nobly hast thou von the gift
Of it and me,- if thou caust give
Me in return, tithe own trne self-"
He stroked her glossy braids, while tears
Rolled down his th,in, worn, cheek unaheok
And looking uip to Heaven, answered,
Low, "Leonore, I edino to thae,
Mot ohl4ged, most truly 9hanged, I know;
B1t not as thou hast-foared, best friend,
'Rtrong in any strength, I. wont from theo
A soldier brave; to dare and die,
lit greater s1rongi h, I com to hee,
A soldier of tie cross-to live I"
Again a cry-but not;of fear;
And from that hour, her kindly eyes
See but for him; and her fair hands
Themselves. supply his lack of pow'r
And over weave for his tond hoart,
A garland of enuaurit.g love!.
The Peace Ptoclamaion-Opinions b' the
WYe putblish to-day a'.proclamai on by the
rresidant, announcinagthe finail closing of
the war,. the complete kohlevenient of the
object. for which the .wat was begun, thme
fuil recognitco 'hy,the '. Eixecutive of the
- 86uthiern States as payt of the Unidin, the
terniatiogi of militeaj jarlsdietion in ali
brit one Stei of Sou~th baa't the resto..
'ration or,theIi o:Aabras'corp#s,~
*Not a materIl 1 0Ot bearitag tapon the do
olared pipsq ot'eht brauch 'of the Naa
tl gal- .,glat4te or of the. President ini
'oarr.jnopthes trai for'(lie Union . ha left
opo eeo.un't. jn (110r'o01 1. And that reel
~ e tarpto think, eadd directly andi
&ry*a&tof.the Sout,h-has cea.sed'and
h~Lti~~ uecalty for legIslation -for lte
*4w4p6t'awr, isalso at an end
-Teas, '' o~~g an.etception- for the
Thib inte* a of the pen status
of 'the South 9 -toeomt att Carolina
and New Yer's * 4t -e footing in all
that appertains iEthel asn to .ottia'
~tates. and to the Nat ' o9peg
And the proolnimatien car' s Atti
forgo.witho.ut the ehll test I
upon the hsigh prerogalve which
bJothq to determilne the rights of I'
4 Oaimnt(to seats In either branch
*.a 'owof our commercial and SinaneWa
~rWpwe eonot.regard ti great E;e
*A4 W hliout, satisfaction. In view
Ih~qeoss which -temporar'Ihy
estr ohlyIn.-Oongress firom the
~m~Il~'eptQ alnu wilh.help reason.
a&d~ )sIo sais of honorable coin
yp. ~ ,~ i Iwo~thet possibility of
tion dOluring the rebehli. at an end and
peace fully restored to the countryl through
the complete submission of those ilSiely . in
rnvolt to the constitution and laws. He has
fortified thli brief doolaration with an e:
coedingly long preamblo; "whereas," the
fact above set forth-assuming it to be a
fact-is all the justificatilon' required. If
tho rebellion is comnletely suppressed and
renounced, a proclamation of peaco Is a
The President is silent with regard to the
prisonero. Jefferson Davis and Clement C.
Clay, who are still held in custody by his
order. If the war is ended, and the late
rebels all rtturned to loyalty, they ought
either to ho tried on 'Whatever charge. nay
be preferred against then or set at liberty.
We shall doubtless, soon hear somethimg
definite on this point.-foltimort Oazette.
0 0 .A 9 .s it U Ia't
CIAnLoTTh', April 7.-~One hundred bales
changed hands to-day, at 16(,21J gold; 28
Nxw Yonx, April 6.-Cotton heavy.
Sales of 1000bales at 88@8 j. Gold 271.
AT a meeting of the CouNcr. held on
Saturday evening, April 7th. After an
election of Dr. C. ii. Ladd, as Secretary
and Treasurer, Messrs. J. S. Stewart, Thos.
Jordnu and O. R. Thompson, were appoint
od a committee to assess town taxes. The
mueeing then adjourned to meet Wednesday,
April 11th, 1860.
NOTICE TO DISTILLERS.
A LL *rsons who have bern Distil.
. ling WITIIOUT k LICENSE, will
find ito their interest to confer at. an early
day w1h the Board of Commissioners of
ramlie Buildings. This applies to those who
havo been indicted, as well as those who
have been or may be informed upon.
JAS. I. RTON,
Seo'ty of the Board.
For Sale or Rent.
Tfh Epremises occtied by the late
I Capt. Swaxey. For torrrs, apply to
0. A.. Thompson, Esq.
april 7'60-2 S. G. BARKLEY.
FRESTH supply oii hud.
KETCIN, McMASTER & CO
Spring and Summer Goods.
A SMALL but cloice lot just receiv
KETCI(N, MMASTER & CO.
april 7'66-t f
PRIM ' BACON SIDES and Shoul.
ders, For salo low.
DvBOSE EGLS.STON & CO ,
rarch 206-tf No, 8. flotel Range.
'NXTRA FAMILY, Hecker's Self.
DvBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
n1ar 20'60-f No. 8, IlotAl Range.
Window Glass, &C.
PRENCH GLASS, Putly, Lam,i
.F Blaak andi Petroleum. For $1n10 by
KETOIIIN, MMASTER & CO.
MUSoVDo oLASS S
- Urosk Sugar,
e ilyson Ten,
-DuBOSE EGT.ESTON & CO.,
mar 24'OVttf No. 8, Hotel Range.
Gen. Su 'ts Offl ioo0,& S. 0.
' MUMBlA, 0., February, 12, 18016.
r IS Roa is now completed to
IRidgeway, fad Passenger and Freight
Trains running a 'below:'
Leavs Charlotte (o~ arrival of the
Noerth Carolina tr in) at 10.00 a, m,
Apriv,ent Rildge*ay 1, 6 .00 p. m.
Leave Ridgeway at. 6.46 a. in.
Arrive at C.harlotte at. 2.60 p. m.
mar 10 JAS. A ERSON, Suup'i.
In Equity :- girfled
he~ ,N4rth.rn Ofirosit. o
ay been 6ted iV o in
0 nof theiato Aoi of te Gen
tof tilis.$ Stye, ntiI$ 'An Arc
*utodq by wich te
.,lelation' to Degeds
inAc . itheverir, ha
tr ed 4 'dnrlb g rewo.lIa.s
is dqrode that
oed to tt~~
thqreoft n Adik pro
Wiansb ', Marob I
march lam8w -
SOLIMeWOR 1.1 EQUITT,
WINWSBORO', 8, 0.
Sij* Office. No. 2, Law Rtange-in rear
of tlo Court louse.
L.F A IRIVAL
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Funcy and Mourning Ginglhams,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Cheek Linen for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black And White Hats, of the la.
to suit Ladies Tints. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. 11. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank Range.
NEW SPRING . G00i.
STOLL, WEBB & 00.,
BANCROFTtS OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americarn, which are of the
most desirable style.i the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for harter with theb. our
wholesale rooms of.er overy Inducement.
Plantation goodd in.Ryprx variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
a1nd he not able to visit tho6ty, orders ao.
companied with city refereonoo will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samplos, with price listVj sent to
any part of the Stato. Our stock odnsists
n purt of
White Osnaburghs. Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denim, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings. 0.4, 0.4, 10-4, 12.&'laid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespudi. Bleached
and- Brown ,Drills, Black French Broad
clotls, losiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
tho ece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam.
ask, all qiiallties, Caliboeb, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghamq, Spring Silks and black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fino French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLESAL. AND RKTAIL.
'All Domestic Goods, are sold at, a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
zen. generally of Fairtield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLLi, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St.., 8 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston 8. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CH ARLES WEBB, s
H. 0. W ALKER, 4,
F R EKTGHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
O LNSAXES, -Trace Chaine,
DuBOSB EGLESTON & 00.,
mar 20'06-tf No..8, Hiotei Range.
TWO AGIICULTUiBAL TPf i ,T
n. REDMOND a wei 1. WUIT, aptos.
STA BLISHE3D in 1848. Volume
24 Coqmmeneed Janus'i 166.
p Cop .
1, *u IWent riaW te A
ppers will. be sentoiOwwo
$8.0-o of.ea6hfdit S.,,1~.
DR. W. 3. A1I"N,
Druggist and Apothecary,
N@. ), 341NK RAINGE,
tnl o tNoxas,y OCOUP1 AS Tlkg
"011atrs kauk of Fairfielde"
W HERE ean obe Youd all the arti
uch s usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfutiery,
Aoids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, lfdkf. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring "
Petroleum Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffis,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles,. Soaps, &c.
Cigars which can be recommended.
Some fine old Wine and good-Brandy sul
,table in sickness, &*.
Aedicinet will be tompont4ed or prepared
Wrictly in aceordnce wDith the ti. 8 Diepensa
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
WATCHES, CHAINS, 3IAMOND RING8, C,
WORTH over one million dollars I
All to be sold for one one dollar
each, without regard tb value I $ot to be
paid for until you kt,ow what you are to
receIve. Splendid li'st of articles 1. All t
be sold for $1 each.
260 Solid Silver Divaing Sets, $76 to $800
600 Silver Savers end Urns 60 to 250
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets com
plete, 60 to 800
160 Rosewood Musical Boxes,
82 airs, 76 to 250
200 Mahogany Musical Dexes,
24 ,irs, 60 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 260
250 Ladies' Enamelled Gold
Watches, 60 to 200
600 Gents' Hunting Siver
Watcaer, 86 to 100
500 Ope-face Silver Watches, 26 to 50
600 !fory Opera Glasses, 25 to 000
fW0 Mother of Pearl Longnettes, 60 to 100
800Six Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 60
600 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 50
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
250 Marble Statues, Busts, &., 60 to 200
260 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 6 to 60
2,000 Uold Vest and Neck Chains, 16 to 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 6 to 10
5,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2.000 Chatelone & Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Solitare & Revolving
Brooches, 6 to 10
2,000 Lava& Florentine, Brooohes,4 to .10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral do d to 10
6;Td Mosiae, Jet & Lava Ear.
drope, d to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 3 to a
6,000 California Diamond Plus, 6 to 20
6,000 Cal.fbrnia ClusterDiamon4 I
Ping, - 8 to I0a
8,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs. 8 to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles, Penells, a., 8 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, 8 to 5
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, 6 to 19
8,000 Gold Toot hpicksCrosses, ke., 8 to 8
5,000 plain GolM Rings. 4 to 10
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, 8 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 8 to 20
7.6004ets Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to 10
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 16
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,600sets Ladies'Jewelry, mosaie, 20 to 20
10,000 Uold Peas with Sil. hold
era, $to 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold
ore, 6to 12
5.000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 16
6,000 Silver Goblets A Drinking
Cups. $ to 10
8,000 Slver Casters & Wine held.
era, 1 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit & Gbke Bas
kets, 20 to - 0
Messrs Parkinson & Ce,, No. 208 Broad
way, New York, Extensive Manufacturers
and import era of many of the leading and
most fashionable styles of Watohes and
Jewely, desiring to increase their bitsiness
to an unlimited extent, have ,resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subject to the regillations
Certificates naming each artlole and its
valua, are placed in Sealed Envelopes and
well mixed- One of these envelopes will be
sent by mi to any address on receIpt of
All Articles Sold at One Doliur each, wisAeut
- regard to value.'
On receipt of the certificate you will see
what you are going to have, and then,it is
at your option to send the ;ollar and take
the article or not. Puroe ru may thus'
obtain a Gold Watch, tand Ring rany
set of Jewelry onr our lI t for One ollar,
and in no ease owu thog get less than one
dollap worth, as there are -no uncertain
ties. eTh pie of bort6Ocates is as fol
lows , One fw26 tas iAve for #1: eleven
for $2;y thI1 wlth elegem p6~ I
aIi Avejb f 9 uit bonus; onehzle
up of aRs,z present (teaoter
a0 N ro
Jaatqwa e .8
TliE SUBS CRIBERS
AVEtinddi hrrsingoinvuts with m:.,
J. S. PlIMLIPS -to conntuc tio
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 3i Broad - in
all its branches, as formerly . onducted i.
them,'and solicit for him froma their former
patrons and friends the narro ll)eral Vatron
age so genarously exlend,ed to . hery.selves.
EDUERTON & RTCHARDS
January 29, 1%.
i. S. ?HILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAI[OR
(Succesors 0'o P.Jgerton j- Richards,)
32 BROAD STR1EET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PS contantly on hand a fu1
assortment of the best grades of
French, English and American Clot Its, Cas -
aimeres and Vestings, which will be sold
hy the yard or inado to order, in the laterts
All orders for either goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
T. M .3RISTOLL,
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 169 Miehng .Street, corner of [1u-d.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STOOK 1EPLENIsHBD WHI,Y BY S*IIA311:n.
.M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUNIAM,
A. S. BROWN.
GEO. H, WALTER & 00.1
F A C T 0 R S,'
Sttralt (tltmission ?Hmljat'ty
NRT11 ATLANTIC WILARF,
620. It. WALTER, W. J. MCcolt3lAc1c,
3 n. WA.T]/Rn,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. 11. WALTER & ON.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
AVE received it carefulhy sve.td .
Stock of Goods, to which ihey ivii o
the attention of former patrons of the old
firm and of the public generally. They
have on hand' and are receiving a general
Dry Goods, Clothiig, Shoes, H1alA, Pho
Books, Medicines Soapsand Perfumelly,
Putty and Window Olass, Tin Ware,
Cooking Stoves, Grocerier,
Hardware, Bagging and
Rope, Brooms and
And all other articles usually kept in conn -
try stores. -
Jan 18-60- tf
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZ,
An Improver of the Land, Su crlor' for
Wheul, Cotton, Corn, &c,, , &COf
Superior quality and WVarranted,
Conttainalmg El.'mescatsi aesmeta
to ?334e Prodatetsou, of (Wrain,
&c,, anad Iagwovemnt'
of time Lad.
TJ HlS isconfidently recomned' to'
CROP8, and wo guaranteo'ttito be as g. (d
as any Fertili;er in tbo.'iarkot, arnd to
bring as good' crops.:Lried.s/de by side-with
~ORCORtN 0TTON, TOBACCO, &C.
--Put a handfull to the hill when you planut.
When the. Vorn and Cotton are well utp, pt
an6ther handfui to the 1 ill as a~ top 'dreas..
lag; and w ieri the Corn is about'to rlhoor,
.anc.theC,otlon to boll, another htandfual -t a
the hill as altopdressig' In 'this way tho
sFrIIer goe titreotly to.the plane, and
th pat ge all of thehbenenit, of" it, lJe
It i this way, and the - Planter can goupt,
ongood crops If the weather is at- all favo~'
Weguarantee It (0 podnob.as Okop'~f~
$ le~ o years
*b tie- twenty per
ilJ Irve the d, and wi' leare
sponsible pattle -j ~