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More Shadow? on the Fence.
BY MRS. M. W. STRATTON.
I cannot write aa once I wroje;
A chang? is passing>o'er *
My spirit, and nay bosom throbs
So hopefully no more.
But though fate wraps my destiny
Ln clouds so darkly dense.
I still can view right mirthfuUy
The shadows on the fence;
And feel a strangely deep delight
When lordly man I see.
Completely and unconsciously,
Caricatured for me;
And when the language of bis eye
Is ''omnion man go hence,"
I view with deepest ecstacy
H?B shadow otvthe fence.
Now, there's a thing by tailors made -
It wears a handsome dress ;
Bnt in its look there's not a trace
Of native nobleness.
Yet self-complacontly it smiles
Finds bliss in ignorance,
And if it saw, it wouldn't know
Its shadow on the fence.
And now a youthful form trips by,
So beautifully gay;
That blushing cheek asjd brilliant eye
No penalty should pay;
Bul, as by Blander a poison tongue,
Which spares not loveliness,
That fairy form was Badly changed.
By that ill-natured fence.
And now another, on whose cheek
Rests pity's holy tear -
Not for "benighted heathens" shed -
Her sympathies are here;
She deems there's scarcely justice in
She's on some mercy's errand been;
Distort 7ier not, old fence.
And now behold a wealthy man,
Who bears an honored name;
But for bis gold, ho were beneath
The poorest child of shame.
His lifo has been a constant lie, ?
And told with insolence;
His narrow soul is uglier than
His shadow on the fence.
The god of day has sunk io rest
Without his golden ray;
No shadows bless my longing sight;
I'll see no more to-day.
But still folks toss their empty heads
With vanity intense,
And make themselves ridiculous,
Not only on the fence.
I am expecting every day
That somebody will die,
And leave me money; when they do,
That fence I'll surely buy.
Ob, thou who own'st that hallowed spot,
I pray make no pretense
To move one single dusky board
Off that old comic fence.
i? "Hani soit qui mal y pense,"
Is a motto that may be seen
traced upon the coat of arms of
England, and the historical incident^
which called forth its remarkable ut?
terance by Queen Elizabeth is said to
have been the origin of the Order of
Knights of the Garter, the highest
rank of knighthood in Great Britain.
Ai cue cf her royal levees, the ' 'Vil
gin Queen" was so unfortunate as to
lose her garter, and as it lay on the
floor, the courtiers stood bewildered,
not knowing what course to pursue
in this extraordinary case of delicate
emergency. Sir 'Walter Raleigh
stepped forward, picked up the dis?
engaged piece of wardrobe, and with
polite gallantry, presented it to the
Queen, who, upon receiving it, gave
utterance to the words above, which
Webster renders, "Shame to him that
This regal circumstance, aud the
sentiment expressed on the occasion
in the fullness of its appropriate
seuse, was forcibly brought to my
mind a few days since by a little in?
cident that occurred within the scope
of my observation. Some little girls
were visiting a public place, viewing
and examining many objects of in?
terest. During their stay one of them
met with an accident similar to tho
misfortune of Queen Elizabeth; but
the fact was not discovered until after
their departure. A gentleman stepped
forward, picked up the lost article of
feminine wardrode, and called after
the owner, who returned; but whou
near enough to discover what she had
lost, instead of coming bravely for?
ward and claiming her rightful pro?
perty, scampered away like a guilty
thing. There was an exliibition of
false delicacy-there was mock mo?
desty! And she a little girl of only
ten or twelve summers-was there not
wrong training somewhere? and who
doubts that her mother is in some
measure responsible? To be sure,
she had lost her garter. What of it?
Was thero anything indelicate in
that? No. What harm, then, for her
to come modestly and gracefully for?
ward and claim her property?
Now, if there is any oue quality
above another to bo admired iu chil?
dren, it is their innate innocence,
their perfect unconsciousness of tho
existence of evil. Oh, mothers, pre?
serve the innocence, the purity of
your little ones, if you would havo
them beautiful, and remember that
"handsome is as handsome does."
Guard, by all the means in your
power, your oftspring against the ac?
quirements of false delicacy aud mock
modesty, and teach them, if possible,
to discriiniuate between those false
acquirements, and the possession of
the real virtue. True modesty is a
virtue, a "pearl above price;" but its
base counterfeit is tho bane of socie?
ty, and every day we see instances
where the old Baying may be truth?
fully applied, "Vulgar minds vulgar
PAT EXTLAISH A DIJFPICULT THING.
"But if I place my money in the
savings 'bank," inquired oue of the
newly arrived, "when can I draw it
out agaiu?" "Oh," responded his
Hibernian friend, "sure, an if you
put it in to-day, you eau get it out
again to-morrow by gi*Tug a fort?
WILL DO TO MABBY!-There is a
woman residing out West "who can
plow, fish, nurse, and sing all at
once. She yoEes the oxen to her
plow; then stowing her twin babies
in a corn-basket, suspends it to a tree;
attaches the cow-bell to the end of
her fishing-rod, which is forced inlo
the ground ut the water's edge; she
then drives her team, and every time
she comos opposite her babes the
leriel cradle receives a send, which
keeps it vibrating until she performs
another circuit round .her "land,"
practicing in the meantime various
pieces of sacred music; and if a
thoughtless fish swallows her baited
hook the obedient bell informs her,'
when she sails across the field and
straightway hauls the victim ashore.
The value of the heroine of this
story compared to sickly sentimen
tals'who can't snuff the fresh air
without being "very apprehensive of
a violent cold," is incalculable. We'll
pay a premium for her life.
- ? ? ?
COSTIVENESS.-One who has tried
it, recommends the following, as a
simple and efficacious remedy for
A raw egg taken every morning
before breakfast in a wine-glass ru?
of sour Catawba wine, about one hour
before, eating followed if necessary
with a tumbler -of cool water half an
hour after taking the egg. This must
be followed up daily. From two weeks
! to thirty days will elapse before a
decided benefit will be noticed, after
which time the remedy may be
continued for any length of time
without losing its efficacy.
* 'When are you going so commence
j the pork business?" asked a person of
! another who had a sty on his eye.
"Explain yourself, sir," said the
afflicted gentleman. "Why, 1 see
that you have your sty quite ready."
"True," was the reply, "and I've one
hog in my eye now."
The Jackson Netcs and Mississip?
pian says that, notwithstanding "it is
not safe for a Northern man to travel
in the South," these fellows all ma?
nage to go everywhere and get home
safe! They invariably turn up alive
and swearing-before the Committee
"Husband, I wish you would buv
me some pretty feathers." "Indeed*, i
my dear little wife, you look better
without them." "Oh, no, sir; you
always call me your little bird, and
how does a bird look without
Some of our religious exchanges
tell a story about a woman's being
relieved from speechless grief by a
hymn. We have known a number of
thc sex to bo strongly affected and
greatly benefited by hims before this.
A Tennessee exchange describes
another as "holding its left hand
under the swallow-tail of its constitu?
tional dignity, and extending the
white nose-wiper of interrogative
pathos in its right."
If a man shuts two window shut?
ters, how many shutters ure there in
the case?-I* randee.
AVERY select stock of Radien' Con?
gress GAITERS and SLIPPERS.
I Gent's Patent-Leather GAITERS, and
AND ALSO, i
A good assortment of other styles, at
April 15 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
New Goods !
WE have just received (per last steam?
er) a line lot of SPRING' and SUM?
MER PRINTS and other DRESS GOODS,
to which we invite the attention of buyers.
A few pieces of CHOICE SUMMER CAS
SIMERES and French black DRAP D'ETE.
At FISHER A LOWRANCE'S.
Just Received a Supply of
MULLS, SWISS, JACONET CAMBRICS.
Victoria, Nainsooks and Dotted
j Swiss MUSLINS.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS.
French and American Corsets.
Linen and Tweeds for Gentlemen's wear.
Mugil- Rutiles, Cambric Flutings.
Tape Trimmings, Ladies' Collars and
Irish Linens and Lawns.
Aprii S FISHER A LOWRANCE.
THE CHRISTIAN 1X?EX.
BY thc 1ST OF OCTOBER, or as soon as
the mail? aro re-established, I will
renew the publication of
THE CHRISTIAN INDEX,
THE CHILD'S IIS-DEX,
I have been publishing.
Price cf Index per annum.*:? oe
Price of Child's linli f. 50
A reduction made to clubs.
Money univ bc remitted at once, as my
determination is positive. My desire is to
secure a large subscription hst with which
to begin, and 1 issue this prospectus that
subscribers may have time4 to forward
It is my intention to issue a FIRST
CLASS PAPER; and no pains or expense
will be spared to Bemire that end. Tho
highest religious and literary talent will
be given to tin- papers. The child's paper
will tie profusely illustrated, and will in
every sense bc made Ut conform to its new
title' THE CHILD'S DELIGHT.
Monev may be sent by express or other?
wise, if by express, at my own risk, if
the express receipt is sent me, on the re?
sumption of mail facilities.
My connection with the linn of J. W.
Burke A Co. is dissolved, but I will estab?
lish an office m Macon, (?a., where coninui
! Mirations m av be addressed.
. May 9 Imo' SAMUEL BOYKlN
ALL persons desiring to se core SEATS
in the Presbyterian Church, aro hero
bv notified that an opportunity will be
afforded them of doing so. at the Church,
at 10 o'clock a. m., on MONDAY, 21st inst.
Former occupants are requested to signify
promptly their intention to retain their
seats; otherwise, they may be rented to
other applicants on that day.
May 15 Bocretary and Treasurer.
W W. BOYCE,
(Late of South Carolina,) '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Witt. PBACTICK IN THE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 453 Fourteenth Street,
Dec 27 WASHINGTON. D. C. tuffimo
FIRST CLASS WORK
Of every kind, in thy war of
Haily. Tri-Wttklv and Werkly Nrwsiwitws
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE OAltV PHOENIX
Is published even' morning, except Mon?
day, and contains the LATEST NEWS, by
telegraph and mails, up to the hour of
going to press; Editorials, Correspondence
from different points, Miscellaneous Head?
ing, Tales, Poetry, Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
The paper has rec ntlvbeen enlarged, and
in the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
HEADING MATTER is not to bc excelled
bv any paper in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
Contains, in every number, the reading
inatttaV (embracing the latest news) of
TWO ISSUES of the daily. It is published
every Tuesdav, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, and now that our railroad con?
nections are completed, is admirably cal?
culated for country circulation.
Is published every Wednesdav morning.
' It is the desire, and will be tho object of
I tho Proprietor, to make this equal to, if
j not the best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
j tlit' South. In fact, as its name indicates,
JSL Home Companion.
Resides the collection of the cream of
the news of the week, Political, Financial
and tho Markets, it will contain a large
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
choice Tales, Sketches and Poetry. It
I will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
! FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in a
j form to bind, and thus Becures a faithful
record and history of passing events.
Our JOR OFFICE is fullv supplied with
all kinds of WOOD and FANCY TY PE,
( AHliS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
ETC., and we are fully prepared to execnb
promptly, and at mod?r?t.* prices, all
ULAN KS, ETC
JULIAN A.SEL?Y, Proprietor.
Gen. supts Office, C. & S. C. K. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Arum 28, 186C.
THIS Road is now completed to Colom?
bia, and Passenger and Freight Trains
running as below:
Loavo Columbia at.5.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.3.00 p. m.
Leave Charlotte at.10.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at. 8.50 p. m.
April 28_ JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
OF.NEIIAL SUPTS OFFICE,
CHARI.KSTO.V, April 26. 18GC.
ON AND AFTER 28th APRIL, IS?), the
Passenger Trains will lea vi- and ar?
rive as follows, viz :
Leave Columbia at.(i.on a. in.
Arrive in Charleston at..r> p. m.
Leave Charleston at..7 a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at.6.15 p. ni.
II EN KY T. PEAKE,
April 27 General Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENT, SUPEE1NTEXDTS OFFICE,
COLCMC April 1st, ISOrt.
ON and after FRIDAY next, 19th inst.,
tho Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until further notice, as
Leave Columbia at . 7.co a. m.
" Alston -it.ll.(M) "
" Newberry at.12.50 p. m.
Arrive at Abbeville at. ti.ot) "
" at Anderson at. 8.10 "
" nt Greenville at . '.?.!>!> "
Leave Greenville at . 4.30 a. m.
" Anderson at. 5.30 "
" Abbeville at . 7.45
" Newberry at . LU p.m.
Arrive at Alston at. 2.5 "
" at Columbia at. 7J.0 "
A liberal reduction has been made on
through fare, the distance by railroad hav?
ing bien increased, and the stages heilig
under the control of tho Company. (Ul
pounds baggage only allowed t<> a whole
seat - all over to bo-charged extra.
J. B. LASSA LL E.
April lil General Superintendent.
Country napers advertising for the Com?
pany will please copy.
Office S. & U. Railroad Company,
UNK >N VILLE. M A KC? 2?, lsiji;.
MESSES. MONTGOMERY A SHIVERS
have made arrangement?! with the
Spartanhurg and Union Railroad < Vuupany
tu transport freights between Columbia,
S. C., and Shelton's, thc present terminus
of the Spartanhurg and Union Railroad.
Their charges will he one dollar ;ier hun?
dred pounds. I would recommend them
us safe Mini reliable carriers.
Freights eau be consigned to them at the
depots in Columbia and at Shelton's, s. ,\
U. R. E. THOS. li. JETER.
Mareil :<u President S. .v I". E. li.
.ar Charleston tinily Kars publish one
week; Spartanhurg Express and I'arttliivi
Spin lan publish three times.
IAKITTOIW? SOU' !
Hg Soring ami I'sing your M'ust* tireuse.
BUY ONE BON Ol' THE
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
OR CONCENTRATED LYE.
IT will make 10 potuids of excellent HARD
SOAP, or 2."i gallons of th.- verv best
SOFT SOAP, for ..nly about CENTS.
Directions on each box. For sale at all
Drug and Grocery stores, and in lots a;
WM. M. ELI.!('<ITT A SoNS,
No. :i Spear's, Wharf.
March 1 3mo Baltimore, Md.
MILLW ARD * WIAEBREAER,
HS Market Street, Philadelphia,
DEALERS in MACHINERY and SUP?
PLIES of every description for ( lotton
and Woolen Manufactories. Also, Oak
tanned LEATHER BELTING, ( ARD
CLOTHING, Cotton and Worden YARNS,
Warps, Starch, Oils, Dye Stulls, Ac. Ad?
vances made on consignments <>f Cotton
and Woolen Yarns. Orders solicited, which
shall receive prompt attention.
WM. MILLWARD. 1 >. S. WINEBRENER.
New York Advertisements.
[! '//._? = ~ z 2 |? C = ^ ^ ?
A CENTS WANTED to sell our new
/Y Bsrios of Card Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MIN ol' the South. 100,000 have
alreadv been sold. Agents an- making ill?
p. r day. Send for hitter of agency. En?
close ?5, and we will send a good assort?
ment, hy retuni mail, that ?ill st ll for 515.
Address' JoNKK A CLARK. Publish's,
April 4 Ni Nassau street. New York.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOI MIRV
NrOS. 28, 31? and 32 Centre wtroet, (corner
of Reade street,, N.w York. The lyne
on which this pap. r is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov is
Corner Broome Street und ISonrery. A". ) '.
fill! IS hmise. capable of accommodating
I three hundred guests an.1 kept on the
European niau, is central]) located, and
near to all points. Citv oars pass the
Hotel to all the l'.n i. s. Railroad Depots
and places ?if Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms, $1.00 p. r day;
double,f2.00. .1 F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan 14 ly Propi ie tore.
New York Advertisements.
An Old Song Set to a New Tune.
"As S?tring approaches,
Ant* and lloaclues
From their holes come out:
A nd Alice and Raft:,
In spile of cats.
Gaily skip about."
"Costar s" Eat, Roach, &c, Ester's,
Ls u paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roadies,
Black and Red Ards, <?<.., dc.
"Costar s" Bed-bug Exterminator
Ia a li<|iii?l or wash - tined to destroy, aud
also as a preventive for Bed-bugs, ?ftc.
' 'Costar s' ' Electric Powder for Ins'ts
ls for Motfts, Mosquitoes, Fleas. Bed-but
Inserts <m /'louts. Fowls, Animals, tic.
tto~ ! .! ! BEWARK ! ! '. of all worthless
Ba' See that "CoSTAR's" name ia on each
Box, Bottle and Flask, before von buy.
<HJ- Address HENRY It. COSTAR,
482 Broadway, N. Y.
??- Sold in Columbia, S. C.,
W By -
And ail Druggists and Retailers.
INCREASE OF HATS. The Farmer's
Gazette. (English) asserts and prows by
figures that one pair of RATS will hive a
progeny and descendants no less than
?651,050 in three years. Now, unless this
immense family can h kept down, they
would consume more food than would sus?
tain (!.").(M)ii human beings.
c*- See "COSTAR'S" advertisement above.
RATS VERSUS BIRDS. ? Whoever engages
in shouting small birds is a cruel man;
whoever aids m exterminating rats is a
benefactor. We should like some one to
give us tho benefit of their experience in
driving out these pests. We need something
besides dogs, cats and traps for this busi
ness. Scientific American, JV. 1".
aa See ''COSTARV advertisement above.
"COSTARS" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure the most perfect
UAT-irication meeting we have ever attend?
ed. Every Hat that can get it. properly
prepared, will cat it, aud every ';ne that
eats it will die, generally at some place as
distant as possible from where it was taken.
I Lake Shore, i Miel..) Mirror.
KS~ See "COSTAU'S" advertisement above.
A VoICE FROM THE FAR WEST. -'
Speaking of "COSTAli's" Rat. Roach. AntH
Ac., Exterminator "more grain and pro?
visions are destroyed annually in Grant
County by vermin than would pay for tons
of this Hat and Insect Killer."
f Laticoster ( Wis. i l/erald.
Hr See "COSTAK'S" advertisement above.
May ? pJmo
: Tho Chief Causes of Pestilence Destroyed.
DH. E. COURTARET'SDISINFECTING
FLUIDS. Secured bv Letters Patent
in the Eluted States, and France. Pre
i pared solely by thc New York Disinfecting
' Companv. at "their Laboratorv, Nos. 'itiM,
t 300 and 302 Henry street, New York. Office
1 42 Cedar street.
i This Company organized on a permanent
! basis, with Dr. Courtarot, the celebrated
j French Chemist, in charge of its Labora
' tory, is prepared t<> furnish its DISINFEOT
j INO FL.UII>S for sick Tooms, nurseries,
! urinals, water-closets, urivies, cess-pools,
i sewers, gutters, ships, railroads, hospitals,
j prisons and public institutions of all Kinds,
! slaughter-houses, offal and fat-boiling os
I tahlishments; all kind.- of manures, (im
j mensely increasing the value of the latter
? to every farmer,) and wherever poisonous
j and offensive gases exist. These agents
i are deodorizers, anti-si ptifs, anti-putres
? cents ami disinfectants, in thc scientific
! meaning of the words. They remove nox
I ioiis gases and odors hy chemical priaci
I pies leaving in their places healthful air:
j they are DESTROYERS, ami not merely ab
\ sorbents nf poisonous gases not injurious
j to utensils in which they are used. The
? attention of medical ami scientific mon is
. directed to these disinfectants. Attached
? are testimonials in favor of this great dis?
covery, which, with hundreds of others,
j can be ween at the Company's office.
; DELAvAN Horst:, ALBANY, Starch :!0. '(JO.
j Tu the I'res't the Xe"- York Disinf'g Co.
DEAR Sac It is all it is represented to be.
i We have made many trials of disinfectants,
but now conside r that we have found an
article which surpasses all others as a j
I reinedv against all bad odors.
T. 1!? ?ESSEL ?i CO.
Ni ?v YORK, April ;>, 186d.
j To tin I'res't ot the Xe'r York Bisirtf'g Co.
Di VII Stu: We pronounce it, without ox
ccption, to he tin- hi s! wc have over known,
i Its effect upon every matter is complete
! and instantaneous.
c. A. STETSON, Astor House.
no N. 15. These disinfectants are used
hy the scavi ngers, under the direction of
tile Sanitary Police of the Metropolitan
: Health Department, New York.
POWELL A THOMPSON,
VI Cedar street, N. Y.,
j General and S..le Agents for the Ended
statis and the Canadas; to whom all
orders should he addressed.
For sale by all Druggists and General
' Dealers in the United States and Canadas.
' May ir. 3mo
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
bought and sold un commission bv
I LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO., ;
X<>. hi WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
MON EV received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Cold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed al the regular St.>ek Ex
change by a member ol the firm Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited.
IDEWITTC. LAWRENCE. JOBS R. CECIL.
CYBUS J. LAWRENCI W M A i i A LS rED.
A pl ll ."i
New York Advertisements.
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