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An Old Maid.
Lonelv she ?itu by ber cold hearth-stone,
Mourning her hopes forever gone; j
Hopes that showered their rose? bright. ,
billing her path with amoral light.
Once, with her glory of golden curls.
Soe stood the fairest of fair girls;
Now her hair shows where Woe has been, \
.Sprinkling it o'er with hts silver sheen.
Once her cheek wore thc lovely d\e
Of tho blushing pink of a .osy sky;
Now pallid and wan, as if washed with
lt shows the trace more of grief than year*.
She thinks of the past with a weary sigh.
How swiftly the hours used to fly,
When lovers flocking around her came.
To worship her beauty, to ehaunt her
Swift the incense of praise from the censor
Soft the silvery acceuts tripped from the
Whilst she, the Queen <>f Love's realm, so
Mocked at her subjects kneeling thore; ?
How some went oft' in their sore dist ret M.
Vowed to a life of loneliness;
While others, chained to her triumph car.
Were dragged by her on to tho years afar,
Only to meet the crushing fate
Of the heart that loves, yet is desolate.
No pity breathed in her mocking word.
That fell like stone on tho heart it stirred.
When fond hearts bent to the charmer's
She smiled, and said. "1 have don? no
Tia right 1 should lill Love's golden cup,
And drink to the dregs the nectar up."
Thus vears flew nv, and when youth was
When life's crimson garland lay withered,
Aud lovers no longer around her came,
She breathed to herself one cherished run ne.
Too late ! too late I a raven-haired bride
Nestled lovingly close to his aide;
And the love long tried, that seemed so
Shrank at last from the old, and embraced
Ah ! life might have been auch a glorious
Spent 'neath the warmth of a sheltering
With rosy-lipped darlings tokiaa tho cheek,
With tender voices sweet love to speak.
But now-ah, me I what a sorrowful close
To the morn that so proudly, so brightly
How the phantoms of memory, gliding by,
Bring grief to the heart and tears to the
And alie weepa o'er the grave where her
hopea are laid, ?
As she sits in hm el silence, a sad old maid.
E. B. C.
K cm ark ab le Eicapet of Eminent Nan.
Some years ago, a young man,
holding a subordinate position in the
East Indian Company's service, twice
attempted to deprive himself of life
by snapping a loaded pistol at his
head. Each time the pistol missed
fire. A friend entering his room
shortly afterward, he requested him
to tire it out of the window; it then
went off without uny difficulty. Sa?
tisfied thus that the weapon had been
?Inly primed and loaded, the young
man sprang np, exclaiming: "I must
be reserved for something great, "and
from that moment gave up the idea
of suicide, which for some time had
been uppermost in his thoughts.
That young man afterward became
Two brothers were, on o.ie occasion,
walking together, when a violent
storm of thunder and lightning over?
took them. One was struck dead on
the spot, the other was spared, else
would the name of the great reformer,
Martin Luther, have been unknown
The Holy St 'Augustine having to
preach in a distant town, took with
liim a guide, who by some unaccount?
able means mistook the usual road
and fell into a by-path. He after?
wards discovered that his enemies,
having heard of his movements, had
placed themselves in the proper road
with the design of murdering him.
Bacor, the sculptor, when a tender
boy of live years, fell into the pit of
si soap-boiler, and must have perished,
bad not a workman, just entering the
yard, observed the top of his hoad
und delivered him.
When Oliver Cromwell was an iu
tunt, a monkey snatched him from
his cradle, leaped with Lim through
u garret window, and ran along the
leads of the house. The utmost alarm
was excited among the inmates, and
various were the devices used to
rosene the child from the guardian?
ship of his newly found protector.
All were unavailing; his would-be
rescuers lost courage, and were in de
spair of ever seeing the baby alive
again, when the monkev quietly re?
traced his steps and deposited his
burden safely on the bed. On a sub?
sequent occasion, the waters had well
nigh quenched his unsatiable ambi?
tion. He fell into a deep pond, from
drowning iu which a clergyman,
named Johnson, was the soif? instru?
ment of his rescue.
At the seige of Leister, a young
soldier, about seventeen years of age,
was drawn out for sentry duty. One
of his comrades w?us very anxious to
take his place. No objection waa
made, and this man went. He was
shot dead while on guard. The young
man first, drawn afterward became
the author of the "Pilgrim's Pro?
Doddridge, when bom, was so
weakly an infant it was believed to be
dead. A nurse standing by, fancied
she saw some signs of vitality. Thus
the feeble spark of life was saved
from being extinguished, and an emi?
nent author and consistent Christian
preserved to the world.
John Wesley, when a child, was
only just, preserved from fire. Almost
the moment after he was rescued, the
roof of the house ^horo he hail been
fell in. Of Philip Henry, a similar
instance is recorded.
William Lloyd Garrison fell into a
tanner's vat at a very early age, and
would have been drowned but for
Mr. Lant. of Boston, who pulled him
out ia time to save bis lifo, but not
nhtil bo iras pretty well tanned; awl
this accident very possibly gave color?
ing to his subseqnent course of lifo.
Timon experienced several narrow
escapes from drowning, which gives
rise to a suspicion that lie was not
born for such a fate, hut reserved for
John Knox, the renowned Scottish i
reformer, wet always wont to sit at
the head of the table, with hi? back
to the window. On one particular |
evening, without, however, l>eing j
able to account for it, he would,
neither himself sit in the chair nor j
permit any one else to occupy his
place. That very night, a bullet was
shot in at the window purposely to
kill him; it grazed the chair in which I
lie sat, and made a hole in thc foot of |
a candlestick on the table.
Many years have now elapsed since
three subalterns might have been
seen ? Juggling in the water off St.
Helena-one of them, peculiarly help?
less, was fast succumbing. He was
saved to life as Arthur Wellesley,
Duke of Wellington.
The life of John Newton is but the
history of a series of marvelous de?
liverances. As a youth, ho had agreed
to accompany sonie friends on hoard
a man-of-war. He arrived too late;
the boat in which his friends had
gone was capsized, and all its occu?
pants drowned. On another occasion,
when the tide surveyor in the port of
Liverpool, some business lind de?
tained him, so that he came to his
boat much later than usual, to the
irveat surprise of those who were in
the habit of observing his then unde?
viating punctuality. He went out in
the boat as heretofore to iuspect a
ship, which blew up before he reached
her. Had he left the shore a few
minutes sooner, he must have i>e
ri8hed with the rest on board.
Evelyn was sauntering one day
along a meadow near Says Court,
when he looked in at the window of
a thatched cottage, and saw a young
man carving one of Tintoretto's car?
toons. He entered, admired the
work, and soon recommended the
artist to Charles LL Thus the name
of Gibbins became known. Milton
sees a wretched "mystery" in Italy,
and conceived the plan of * 'Paradise
Lost." The plague breaks out in
London; he retires to Chalfont, and
the simple question of a (Juaker
friend calls forth "Paradise Regain?
ed." Gibbon muses among the ruins
of Roman grandeur; and the decline
and fall of the mighty Empire
breaks in long perspective on his
view. A Wesli harper thrills the
chords at Cambridge, and Gray, fired
with sudden emotion, writes the con?
clusion of the "Bard." Lady Austen
points to a sofa, and Cowper creates
The history of nations, as of indi?
viduals, hangs on threads. Robert
Bruce was about to join a crusade,
when a spider, struggling to lix his
web to the ceiling, gave him a lesson
in perseverance, and remaining in his
own land, he routed the army of
Edward II, at Bannockburn, and
achieved the independence of thc
Scottish crown. Cromwell was about
to set sail for America, and clear
forests with his axe, when a royal
edict forbade emigration in unli?
censed ships. Had Tie embarked the
day before, he would never have been
Lord Protector, nor Charles Stuart
j have laid his head on the block.
I The fleet of William of Orange had
j been driven Westward to Torbay,
j To return in the teeth of the w ind
, was impossible, and Plymouth, th?
i next port, was garrisoned by Lord
; Hath. The royal fleet was out of
i the Thames, and hastening down the
j channel. "You may go t^i prayers,
! doctor," said Russell to Burnot: "all
; is over." But it was not so. A soft
breeze sprung up from the South,
j and the sun ?hone forth. The fleet
\ turned hack, William landed, and the
; Stuart dynasty ceased to reign.
We recollect that we had several
narrow esea]>es ourselves in child?
hood. We once got choked ou a
fish-bone till we were black in the
face; and, on another occasion, we
\ tumbled into a pond of water, but
j wore fibbed out all right, which gave
\ rise to the idea that wt: were not born
to be drowned, any more than we
were to be choked to death by a flsh
I bone. At the age of twelve, we put
our right list into our left nostril,
' and it was with the utmost difficulty
! we extricated ourself from this di?
lemma. Our escapes have been as
j broad as they were narrow.
New Goods !
WK have jiijt received (per lust steam?
er) a fine lot of SPRING and SUM
i MER PRINTS and other DRESS GOODS,
, to which we invite the attention of hnyers.
, A few pieces of CHOICE SI MMER CAS?
HMERES and French Black DRAP D'ETE.
At FISHER k LOWRANCE'S.
April 27 _ _
MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP !
, Hy Soring anti ('sing your W'n.ilr Great-e.
RUY ONE BOX OF THE
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
I OE CONCENTRATED LYE.
IT will make 10 pounds of excellent HARD
SOAP, or 25 ?allons of tho very best
. SOFT SOAP, for only about :? CENTS.
Directions on each box. For sale at all
! Drue anti Grocery stores, and in l<>tn at
j wholesale bv
WM. M. ELLICOTT A SONS,
N?>. a Spear's Wharf,
! Mareil 1 anio lialtimoie Md.
O Ii aries ton Advertisements.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON I
Leaving each Port every Alternate
STKANSH1P EMILY B. SOl'DKK.
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. M A KS HM AN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering everv
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tahles supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford:
1 and, for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled mu the coast.
CAPTAIN C. P. MABSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, Mav 17.
! 18G0, at - o'clock.
j Liberal advances made on consignments
. b> New York.
I For Freight or Passage apply at the
I Agenta. WILLIS A CHISOLM,
I May ll North Atlantic Wharf.
j COHEN, HANGEEL & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
j No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
I JA? OU COHEN. C. F. H Ali CK EL. JOH. COU SN.
! TT7LLL sell COTTON, RICE, TOBACCO,
VY Naval Stores and all descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
j Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
I make liberal advances on consignments f :
I sale or shipment. May 1.1
CHARLESTON, S. C,
THIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY F?R
,NISH ED throughout by the present
proprietor, who bas been sixteen yearn
connected with the establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
GEO ROE 6. MIXEK, Superintendent.
CHARLES A. MILLEU, Cashier,
HAYE THIS DAY FORMED A
C - o p ? rt ll 1* ? Iii i> m
UNDER THE NAME AND STYLE OF
As Agents for Furnishing Builders
Manufactured Supplies ! !
INCLUDING IRON FRONTS,
Iron Columns, Pilasters, Cornices, Ac
Iron Revolving Shutters,
Iron Railings, Verandahs, ie.
Carved Work in Woods,
Class Plate, Hanum red, Stained. Ac.
Interior Decorations oi every kind. Ac.
I Having made favorable arrangements
I with thc largest manufacturers, they are
I prepared to furnish to this and the adja?
cent communities prompt supplies of the
j above articles at manufacturers' prices,
j with only the cost of transportation added.
They are enabled to exhibit Drawings.
I showing every variety of design of Iron
j Fronts, Ac, thus affording purchaser'- am
' pie opportunity to make selections.
B. M. LEE will take charge of"th?- Com
! mercial business of the concern.
FRANCIS D. LEE, Architect, will take
I eh argo of the Architectural ami Mcchaui
I cal portions of the business, and will give
I all desired information as to appropriate?
ness ?)f designs, and full directions as to
I construction, free nf extra charge.
Orders from this and adjoining cities
promptly attended to.
Purties desiring bon Fronts will send
j exact measurements ot front of buildings
I and lots, and heights of several stories.
lt. M. LEE.
FRANCIS D. LEE.
Mr Francis D. Lee, Architect, will con
i linne in hi.-? own name the business ot his
Oftic<< of Lee Brothers ami Francis l>.
' Lee, for the present, Law Hange, Charles
I ton, S. C. May 2 timo
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; Manufacturers' Supplies
I MILLWARD A WIXEBREXEB
UH Market Street, PJtiladelj>Jiia,
DEALERS in MACHINERY an.l SUP?
PLIES of every description for Cotbu
laud Woolen Manufactories. Also, Oalv
I tanned LEATHER BELTING, ?ARD
; CLOTHING, Cotton and Woolen YARNS,
i Warps, Starch, Oils, Dye Stutts, Ac. A.b
? vance? mad?- on consignments of Cotton
and Woolen Yams. Orders solicited, which
; shall receive prompt attention.
.V>f MIT 1 u*Ul 1 " yl wiMi'M
Von can do eo
m A FEW MnSMTTES.
FIRST CLASS WORK
i )t everv 1.Ind. m tlie ?av ?>t
Haily. Tri-Ww1 ly ami Weekly Newsjiajurs,
THE DAtLY PHOENIX
1* published everv morning, except Mon-1
day, and containa th? LATEST NEWS, hy :
telegraph und mails, up to the hour of
going to presa; Editorials, Correspondence
from difiere nt points, Miscellaneous Lead?
ing, Tales, Poetry, Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
Til** paper hus recently been enlarged, and
in th.- QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
KEAD1NG MATTER is not to he excelled
bv anv nailer in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
j Contains, in every number, tie- reading
matter (embracing the latest news? of
TWO ISSUES ot the daih. Il is published
: every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, aud now that our railroad con?
nections are completed, is admirable cal?
culated t^i conntrv circulation.
lr published every Wcdliesdav morning. I
lt is the desue, and will lie the object of
the Proprietor, to make this equal t.>, ii
not the best. FAM1 LY NEWSPAPER in
tin S..uth. In fact, un its natue indi.-at. s.
A Home Companion.
Reside?, ito collection of the en an: ol
the news of th?-week, Piilitie.il, Financial j
and the Markets, it wih contain a large
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
eunice Tales, Sketches and Poetry, lt
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is punted m a
; form to bind, and thus seem ?s a faithful
iee?>i.l and history ol passing events.
Our.lop. OFFICE is fnllv supplied with
'all kind? of WOOD an.I FANCY TYPE,
j CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
ET?'., and we are fully prepared lo execute
promptly, and nt moderate pri?es, all
HAND BILLS, POhTERS,
CARDS. BLANKS, ET''.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor
Internal Revenue Tax.
THIRD DISTRICT S. C., I
MAIN a 18, 18GG.
A LL persona io business, t rade or pro
f\ Cession of any kind ginee 30th of May,
1805, art; required to pay tbeir licenses
forthwith. W. A. HARRIS,
Collector lor Richland District.
tw Office-Court House square.
ITUSHING TACKLE, of every variety, in
* store ami for sale cheap tor cash bv
April 13 DIAL A ROPE".
Tanners' Tools and Oils.
AFULL supplv of TANNERS' TOOLS
and OILS, for sale by
April fi DIAL A POPE.
Gen. Sup'ts Office, C. ? 5. C. E. E.,
COLUMblA. S. C., Anim. 2H, 180C.
riiHIK Road is now completed to Colnm
X bia. and Passengor ano! Freight Trains
running as below:
Leave Columbia at. ? 5.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.. .3.00 p.m.
Leave Charlotte at .10.00 a. ni.
Arrive at Columbia at.8.50 p. m.
April 2* .IAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
CHAKI.E8TON, April 2G, ISM.
ON AND AFTER 28th APRIL, 18GG, the
Passenger Train.- will leave and ar?
rive as follow s. \ iz :
Leave Columbia at.COO a. m.
Arrive in Charleston at .5 p.m.
Leave Charleston at.7 a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at..6.15 p. m.
HENRY .T. PEAKE,
April 27 Ceiieral Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
< i EVI. SUPERINTENDTS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, April 18, I860.
ON and after FRIDAY next. 19th inst.,
the Passenger Trains will run daily
i Suridavs excepted 1 nut il further lmticc, as
I .eave Columbia at.7.00 a.m.
.. Alston ?it.ll.(Kl "
Newberry ai .12.50 p. m.
Arrive at Abbevdlc at . . Coo "
. ?it Anderson at...... . 8.10 "
.? at t?rnonville at ..... '.um '?
I .ea ve < ?reenvide at 4.30 a. ni.
?? Anderson at..... . 5.30 "
Newberry ai . Lil. p. m.
Arrive at Alston at. 2.5
.. at <Columbia at.7.1 o "
A liberal reduction has been mode on
through fare, the distance by railroad hav?
ing been increased, and the stages being I
under tin- control ot the Company. (?0 |
poll mis haggagr nul g allowed to a whole i
seal all over to be charged extra.
j. p.. LASSALLE,
April io General Superintendent.
Country papers advertising for the Com?
pany will please copy.
Office S. & U. Railroad Company,
DN ION VILLE, MAKCH 20, 180C.
MEss I LS. MONTGOMERY A SHIVERS
have made arrangements with the
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Company
to transport freights between Columbia,
S. C., ami Shelton's, the present terminus
nf the Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
Their charges will be om- dollar per lnui
iln-d pounds. 1 would recommend them
ss safe and reliable carriers.
Freights eau lu- consigned to them at the
depots in Columbia and at Shelton's, S. A
U. R. R. Trios. R. .J F.TER.
March 30 President S. A C. R. R.
8V Charleston Daily Jfetrs publish one
week; Spartanburg Express and Caroliiui
SfKirfnii publish three times._
New York Advertisements.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES ?|
bought aiul sold on commission b\
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & I'll..
XO. lt; IF.4 /./, STREET. XE ll' YORK.
MONEY received on deposit fr. banks,
bankers, merchants an ?hers, dr?
iers in 4M.Kl. Government an.I lither S?vu
rities executed at tie- regular Stock Ex?
change by a member ..i tin- (inn. Consign?
ments . >\ ? ..tl..ll Solicited
DEWI rr <'. L\w in sci . ,.I'OIIN !;. CK? II..
'JVKL'S J. LAWKKNCK. WM. A. lUi.sir.i?.
Mn ?1 8
VGENTS WANTED to sell our new
seri?>s of < .'ard Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MEN of the South. lOO.oOOhave
ulready l-. ? n sold. Vgents ar?- n?akingflO
per ?lay. Send for letter ol ageucy. En
dose ? '>. and we will send a goo?l assoit
nu-nt, b\ i. turn mail, that will sell for $15.
\ddr. ss JONES A CLARK, Publish 3.
April I 8:1 Nassau street. New York.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
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IA or Reade street. ) New York. The type
on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov IS
Corner Ttroome Street and Bowery, ?V. J'.
rillUS house, capable ?>t accommodating
JL three hundred guests and kept oath*
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
Hotel to all the Perries, Railroad Depots
ami places ?>l Amusement every three
minutes. Single Room*, il.no per <la\ .
double,$2.00 J F. DARROW A CO.,
.lau 14 ly Proprietors.
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against, despotism for lour yearn ol
blood and terror, in assertion of tue satic
t itv of the Constitution. A patriotism suf?
ficiently broad to embrace both sections
lias been its only guide, and it refer? now
with honest pride to its record to show
( that it has not turned to the right or the
loft under all the violence of arbitrary
I power. True to its principles au THE.
< NEWS baK been through the reign of ter
j ror, it challenges public confidence in its
I honesty and independence for the future.
The political transition of the present
dav opens to THK NEWS a new and wider
Hold of usefulness. Standing now, as it
always has, on the inviolability of the
Constitution, according to the interpreta?
tion of the strict constructionists, it pre?
sents a rallying ground for all, in both sec?
tions, who are friends of a generous con?
servatism. As a true and tried expon.-nt
of sectional amity, it occupies a position
which makes it the titting mediator in
h .ding np to the party ot order in both
sections, interests ami principles that gave
breadth and vitality to their alliance. As
an iutersectional agent, devoted to free?
dom of election, to trial by jury, to the
sanctity of the habeas corpus, and opposed
now, aa for four years of terror it has been,
to the centralization that dares to trample
on the rights of States, North or South.
THE NEWS places itself a? a candidat e
for support before thc great body of this
once free people.
The circumstances of the moment make
the dissemination of the principles of THi
NEWS a linty of individual patriotism.
Every man who concurs in its doctrine
must, if he entertain a true sense of free?
dom, do so in no spirit of indifference, but
rather v> th the earnestness of a high trust.
Justified-nay, bound-in hisloveof lil>ei -
ty. to do so, the proprietor places the can?
vass he makes here of the public generally
in the hands of those men who give him
the approval of their consciences as his in -
d vidual agents. Every reader of THK
NEWS cannot avoid the conviction of duty
which is here pointed out as the ground of
the request, that he urges it? claims for a
wider support upon all of his friends and
neighbors tv ho give their earnest sympa?
thies to the cause of "strict construction.'"
iutersectional conciliation, and all the
rights of the citizens under the ?y?tem,
set up bv our fathers, of lilnrtv regulated
by law." The proprietor of THE NEWS
calls, therefore, upon good and brue con?
servatives throughout the country to dis?
charge to their convictions of political
right at this great crisis in the country's
fortunes, tin- duty of giving to the influ?
ence of his paper -daily. ?emi-weekly or
weekly- the wider power for good which it
se-ks here through the service ol' its indi?
vidual s ipporter?.
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should in all case? be plainly written To
insure safe!) in remittance, monet orders
are preferable. Specimen copie? sent free.
The A?"- Yoi'Jt Xetrs is now taken
throughout tho Southern states, and thc
undisputed fact that it has a larger em u
lationinthe South than the journals ot
the New York press combined, will ii sure
thc attention of the commercial public and
tho public generally.
Advertisers now availing themselves of
; the opportunity to make known their busi
I ness through' thc columns ol The Xen
York Xeirs, are convinced nf tho impor?
tance of its great circulation throughout
' me South, in consequence of the lar^-e
j orders received by them, certify to tho
value of this j nrnal as the bent medium
I ror advertising, and the public generally
1 depending upon publicity to secure an ex
: tension of business commensurate with
' enterprise, should not fail to become ac?
quainted with thc unquestionable advan?
tages to bc derived from announcing,
through the columns of this popular jour
nal, whatever relates to commercial oi
financial matters, no matter what may I?
I the particular business in which any pait\
j mav be engaged. Address
NEW YORK NEWS BUILDING-,
I May 9 No. 19 City Hall Square, N ^