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The Itloncyleiis Plan.
BX HKNB? T. BT ANTON.
Is there no secret place on the face of tho
Where charity dwelloth, whore virtue bath
Where bosoms in mercy and kindness will
And the poor and tho wretched shall "ask
Is thero no place on earth where a knock
from tho poor
Will bring a kind angel to opon the door?
Ahl search tho wide world wborevor yon
There is no open door for a moneyless maul
Go look in yon hall whero tho chandelier's
Drives off with its splendor tho darkness
When tho rich hanging velTet, in shadowy
Sweeps gracefully down with its trimming
And tho mirrors of silvor take up and re?
In long lighted vistas, thc wildering view
Go there m your patches, and find, ii you
A welcoming emile for a moneyless man!
Go look in yon church of the cloud-reach?
Which givoB back to the sun his same look
of rod fire;
. Where tho arches and columns ?re gor
geoji8 within, .
And tho walls seem SB pure as a- soul wlth
Go down tho long aislo-see tho rich and
In tho pomp and tho prido of thoir worldly
Walk down in your patches, and find, if
Who opens a pow to a moneyless man!"
Go look to yon judge in his dark-flowing
With tho scales wherein law weigheth
Whore ho frowns on tho weak and smiles
on the strong,
And punishes right, while ho j astilles
Whero jurorB their lips on tho Diblo have
To ronder a verdict they've already made;
Go there in tho court-room, and lind, if
Any law for tho causo of a moneyless man!
Go look in the banks, whero Mammon has
His hundreds and thousands of silver and
When safe from tho banda of tho starving
Lies pilo upon pilo of tho glittering ore;
Walk up to tho counter-ah! thero you
Till your limbs grow cold, and your hairs
And you'll lind at tho bauks not ono of thc
With money to lend to ajnonoylcsH man!
Thon go io your hovel; no raven baa fed
Tho wife who baa Buffered too long for her
Kneel down by her pallet, and kiss tho
From tho lips of tho angel your poverty
Then turn in your agony upward to God,
And bless while it smites you tho chasten?
And you'll find, at tho ond of your life's
Thoro's a welcome abovo for a moncyloss
A TOWN UNDER TUE SNOW.-A Cali?
fornia paper gives a rather hard-to
believe story of tho depth of the
snow on the Sierra Nevada Moun?
tains in February and March, by de?
scribing a visit of a merchant named
Adams from the valley to the mining
town of Meadow Lake, on the top of
He secured a pair of snow shoes,
and took the tracks of tho parties
who had gone over the day before.
After some hours of hard travel, ho
arrived where the town should be,
but not a house was visible. While
he was looking around, a man sud?
denly came up out of tho snow, like
a merman out of the sea. Adams
asked him if he could tell him where
Meadow Lake was, not knowing, as
yet, whether tho object before him
was a man or a spirit.
"Why," said the fellow, "you aro
right on the plaza."
Adams asked if he could show him
where the store of Adams ?fe Johusou
"Oh, yes! come along."
A few shoves on a pair of snow
shoes soon brought them to a round
hole in tho snow, and Adams was told
that that was tho hole which led to
the store. There were stairs made in
the snow like a spiral stairway, twist?
ing several times around the hole iu
making the descent. Finally he ar?
rived at the bottom, and was aston?
ished to fiutl his friends there, happy
and gay, and ready to vouch for the
country being ono of the richest over
discovered. From tho store they
traveled over town through tunnels.
Every one seemed to bo contented
with his lot. The citizens seldom go
to the top of tho snow, except when
there is a suow shoe race, at which
timo the whole town turns out."
CONDITION OF TUE SOUTH.-A news- <
paper correspondent, writing from a j
Southern city, naya:
In the old flush times, a passenger
on a river boat accosted a little negro
boy with an inquiry usual at that :
"Who do you belong to?"
"Don't know, sir," answered the
"Why don't you know?"
"When I como aboard, I b'lougs
to Massa Sam White; but, last night,
he went me on two little par, an' de
clerk ob dc bout he win me. Don
Runnel Smiff he beat de clerk on a
bluff, au' ho had mo lust, so I dunno,
mnssu, who I b'lougs to till do game
The South is in the same situation.
Prof. Filton says tho following
simple method affords a sure test of
the purity or impurity of milk: Drop
a little milk ou tho thumb nail-if
pure, it will remain; if not, it will
ORA vi: OF J. WILKES BOOTH.-Si
multaneoWy, alfriiWt. ^Mv*e pfcfe
ileMidn'or the mysterfotui ?Bary of J.
Wilkes Booth, ?ornee forth a book of
what purport? to be t\te experience
of the notablo LafayetteL. C. Baker,
chief detective of the War Depart?
ment during the war, and who waa
finally dismissed from bis 1 'general,','-,
ship at the instance of tbe President,
for having undertaken -to dominate
the White House. In this book,
Baker, or those who got it up for
him, essays to solve tho mystery that
attended the final disposition of the
romains of John Wilkes Booth.
Stories were afloat that tho body was
strangely mutilated, that tho head
was removed, the heart taken out,
and that finally tho poor ( corpse was
mysteriously buried with' a number
of other felons, and tho ground
smoothed over, so that tjie grave
might never again be recoguized.
The facts, according to Baker, (who
ought to know,) are that, when the
body lay upon tho gun-boat, at Wash?
ington, great pains were taken to
ascertain its identity beyond a ques?
tion. This done, Surgeon-General
Barnes removed about two inches of
tho cervical containing the vertebro
through which tho bullet of Boston
Corbett passed, and bad it prepared
as a surgical specimen, which can be
seen by any curiosity bunter in tho
Army Medical Museum at Washing?
ton, duly labelled and numbered.
Dy this time, the body of Booth had
become very offensive, (we quote,)
"owing to tho condition in which it
hod remained after death; tho leg,
broken in jumping from tbe box to
tho stage, was much discolored and
swollen, tho blood from tho wound
having saturated his under-clothing.
With the assistance of Lieut. L. B.
Baker, I took tho body from tho gun?
boat direct to tho old penitentiary,
adjoining tho old nrseuul grounds.
Tho building had not boen used as a
prison for soino years previously.
Thc Ordnance1 Department had filled
tho ground-floor cells with fixed am?
munition; one of tho largest of those
cells was selected as the burial-place
of Booth; tho ammunition was re?
moved, a largo flat stone lifted from
its place, and a rude grave dug; tho
body was dropped in, tho gravo filled
up, thc stone replaced, and there
rests to this hour all that remained of
John Wilkes Booth."'
f Baltimore Sun.
JUST MISSED IT.-Tho Bichmond
Bispatch tells the following:
"During the lato Hollywood Ba?
zaar, a valuable article was offered
for rafilo, with ona bundled shares,
at one dollar each. A gentleman do
siring to beoomeI tho possessor, and
deeming it fully worth the sum to bo
raised by tho raffle, offered to take all
tho shares not already taken. Only
one-hnd been subscribed for, and our
friend, therefore, took tho ninety- 1
nine, confident, of course, that the
prize was his own. Great was his as?
tonishment, thcrefoie, upon the day
of drawing, to find the ono which he
had missed tho lucky number, aud
himself ninety-nine dollars out of
FLORIDA A PARADISB.-A New
England .woman thinks she has
found paradise in Florida. She writes
"I believe I have at last found the
fabulous country whore tho month
of March is delightful. My visit
hero hos been like sunshine and
spring to a frost-bitten plant. I
have had more life-more rest-.
more appetite-more conscious plea?
sure, in existence, than I'have had
for years in Now England. Hero
must bo my future homo, for at least
half the year, if I am to live and do
anything. Here I am a living wo?
man; at the North I am for six
months a half dead oue."
J. WILKES BOOTH STILL ALIVE.-A
letter from Andrew M. Wilson, at
Galveston, Texas, to tho New Orleans
Picayune, gives au account of nn in?
terview with a gentleman in Calcutta,
who had won abet of $500 that Booth
was alive, and had produced tho oath
of two men, selected by the man with
whom tho bot was made, who swore
that they had seen him.
This writer says that Booth'a where?
abouts is known to fivo persons only, '
who know that ho is Booth. He is
living in obscurity, far from his na- j
tivo laud, and is perfectly safe, as his
disguise is so completo that his awn i
brother would not recognizo him.
"Brick" Pomeroy has a performing
dog, which accompanies him on his |
lectitriug tour. The intelligent ani?
mal has boon trained to stroll on the
platform accidentally, in order to give
tho lecturer an opportunity of making
some exceedingly clever impromptu
Very good. That "impromptu"' is
also good. And to make our show a
success, wo would like a performing
ass, and the editor of tho Post cnn
have the situation, if tho dog don't
object to the company. How's that
"impromptu?"-La Cruise Democrat.
A San Francise.) Gurman Almanac
for 18G7, speaking of the prevailing
oxtravaganco in that city, says many
poisons refuse to take any chango
less than a dime. Half-dimes, which
are tho smallest coin in use, uro less
prized here, even by tho poorest,
than cents ure in Now York. Tho
drayman carries a gold watch, tho
washerwoman dresses in silk, tho
chambermaid is unhappy, if her bon?
net is not of the latest Parisian fa?
- . . .. ; . . ..-:-1-~-'. .
WHERE THE SUGAR OrOES.-Of tho
401,1374 boxe? of sugar exported from
navarra thia year, 81,29? cleared for
the United States; 178,719 for Great
Britain and a market; 14,617 for Nor?
way, Sweden and Denmark; 2,397
for Hamborg and Bremen; 10,381 for
Beldam; 89,843 for 'France; 06,767
for Spain j 8,421 for the Mediterra?
nean porte; 4,303 for South America.
Neither Busaia nor Holland take any
Cuban sugars, oxoept such as they
get through English markets.
GOOSE BACE. -The colored amuse?
ment-loving darkies of Now Orleans
assembled nt tho half-way house on
tho canal Inst Sunday, to witness n
gooso race; considerable excitement
prevailed and bets ran freely. Two
j meu appeared and took their position
in tubs floating ou tho water, each
having a team of six geese. The
whole scene is described as ludicrous
in tho extreme. One of them came
out ahead, stakes were handed over
and the crowd dispersed.
The Buffalo Advertiser has seen a
stove just invented in that city. It
is heated with crude oil, and eau bc
kept in operation all day at a cost of
about ten cents. It bakes four loaves
of bread in forty-five minutes; broils
steak in five or Bevon minutes; heats
fiat irons faster than a woman can
uso them; bakes potatoes, roasts
meat, Sec., Sec., and all this without
heating the apartment, or producing
the least perceptible smell of tho oil.
ANTIDOTES TO STRYCHNIA. -It would
seem, as the long series of experi?
ments conducted by Professor Bellini
demonstrates, that tho host antidotes
against this poison arc tannie acid,
and tannin, chlorine and the tinctures
of iodiuo and bromine. These agents
do not, however, act chemically ou
tho poison, but only through tho as?
tringent effects produced by the acid
ou the mucous or inner surface of thc
An old colored preacher and school
teacher in Columbus, On., was asked,
the other day, what party he belong?
ed to now. Like a "man and a bro?
ther," he replied: "Don't b'long tc
no party, sah; loves all good people
jes alike; prays for all jes alike.'
"Then," said the inquirer, "you arc
a philanthropist." "No, sah, I isu'l
dat-dat I isn't-I'so a Babtist, sab
SUBLIMITY OP IMPUDENCE.-It i;
stated that a Northern man, who gol
posession of a confiscated plantation
in Florida, sought information fron
its old owner as to the proper m earn
of cultivating it. This actually equal:
tho case of tho Chinaman who stol?
a gentleman's watch and brought i
bacjt to him tho . next day to lean
how to wind lt up.
A New Orleans paper says that ?
justice of tho peace of that rcgioi
was called upon to decide tho owner
ship of n mule. Tho swearing wai
evenly balanced, and the justice suv
no way of settling tho question ex
cept to experiment upon the theory
that "the ass knoweth his master';
crib," which was entirely successful.
THREW HIM OVERBOARD.-An Irish
man, at Savannah, who became in
censed nt a negro man, a day or tw<
ago, took him by the back of th
neck, dragged him to the water'
edge, and throw him into the river
Tho negro, happening to bo a goo?
swimmer, succeeded iu* gaining th
Kenrick has acquired possession of
most valuable lot in St. Louis, situ
ated on Lucas Place, between Twen
ty-third street and Pratt or Jefferso
avenue. Tho property was the donn
lion of Mrs. Ann Li. Hunt, aud upo
it will bo erected a cathedral to cos
not less than $2,000,000.
A Pious FAMILY.-One of our lent
ing citizens and president of
bank, on being applied to by hi
female help for au increase of wagei
replied that he considered it wi
worth ?5 per month to her for tl
privilege of living in a pious famib
therefore he could not accede to h<
request.-Bridgeport Ear mer.
A would-be bride in Daytou, Ohii
aged sixty, has sued a gentleman <
seventy for breach of promise. SI
shows ono of his letters, in which 1
said he "existed only in her smile
and that the happiest day of his lil
would be that on which ho sholl
call her his own."
A little gild of three years was sa;
ing her prayers, not long since, win
her little brother* about four yen
old, came up slyly behind and pull?
her hair. Without moving her bea
she paused and said: "Please, Iior
excuse me a minute while I kii
A PROPHECY.-A minister of t
Presbyterian Church, at Mississip
City, writes a letter to the Presby
rina Index, prophesying that t
millenium is near at hand, will in f;
come upon the world some time
the month of November, 1808.
A one-eyed individual demand
udmittanco iuto tho circus, on Satt
day, for half price, because lie cot
look at tho show with but oue eye!
One of the real '.furs is
Peru. Those who peruse ?ii> letti
say that his Peruvian bark is woi
than his brother's Brooklyn bite.
A boy in Montreal put two ti
crackers into his nostrils and f.i
them to see the effect. He now kim
ho has no nose.
"Do resolutions are passed er
con," was the decision of a nc?
chairman nt Bichmond.
A standing dish at Utah-a sp
The Adonugent of the Head-The
f^?KY HEADED people hare their looks
II restored by lt' to the dark, lustrous,
Bilsen tresses of youth, and are happy.
Yoong peo plo, with light, faded or red h air.
have these unfashionable colora changed
to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice. People
whose heads aro covered with dandruffand
humor?, noe it, and have clean coats and
clear and healthy scalps. Bald-headed
veterans have their remaining locks tight?
ened, and the bare spots covered with a
luxuriant growth of hair, and dance for
joy. Young gentlemen uso it because it is
richly perfumed. Young ladies use it be?
cause it koops their hair in place. Every?
body T Mist and icill uso it, because it is thc
cleanest and best article in tho markot.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH,
_ Feb ?1_Druggists.
''BEWARE OF THAT COUGH!"
THE changing season is productive of
many afflictions of the lungs and
throat. A small cough is too voice of na?
ture telling you to beware of the danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
and affections of tho lungs, uso "STAN?
LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." lt will euro you.
Bo?in at once. Don't delay. Go to FISHER
A HEINITSH, and ask for "Stanley's."
They are tho proprietors. Nov 9
Thos. P. Walker,
CORONER AND MA GJSTRA IE.
OFFICE in rear of Court nouso, formerly
occupied by D. B. DeSatissure, Esq.
Ladies, Please Notice.
?80L8, FANS and JEWELRY,
New FANS mado for those,
CLOCKS repaired, cloaned and warrant?
ed, by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Asecml'- streets.
April 19 _._
A LITERARY JOURNAL.-The Gleaner
is a largo eight pago quarto journal,
and from the first line on tho first
column of tho first pago to tho last
line on tho forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides thc news of tho
week, choice tales, sketches and
poetry, which make it, as its name
indicates, a true "homo companion,"
which no family in the State should
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cleansing cordial known to tho world.
In introducing this new and extraordi
narv mediciue to the public, observation
leads us to remark that too little attention i
is paid to tho "life of all flesh," tho blood.
Many diseases, and, too, many complaints;
which have their origin in a vitiated stato
of tho blood, are treated only as symptoms
and results: whereas, if tho remedy had'
been applied to enrich the blood and ren?
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die,'and that tho characteristics of tho
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The extraordinary and unprecedented
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remedy of much importance and ?value,
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all tho various foi ms <?f primary and
secondary syphilitic affections; also, in
scrofulous, hepatic a nd cutaneous diseases,
in which it.-, uso is followed by the most
Its properties aa a remedy were lirst in?
troduced to the notiei of (lie profession by
Dr. Thos. YoungSimoiiH, of Son th Carolina,
as early as 1H2S, as a valuable alterative rc
.indy in syphilitic affections, and others rc*
quiring tj.-e of mercury. I lr. sim..ns' statc
ni< .ts bsve i.een ci dorsed and extended
i?\ Dr. A. Lopez,of Mobile, and Dr. H. R.
Frost, of Charleston. From tie-reports in
?tu favor, there seems no reason to doubt
the efficacy ol t..is m. dieine in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases,
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
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For sale wholesale and retail by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Aprils 6mo Druggists, Columbia. S. C.
18G5. Ul 1867.
HAVING hoon thoroughly fitted up and |
supplied with CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK, CUTS and TYPE in great
variety, the proprietor ie prepared to exe-?
cute, at short notice, in good stylo, and at
reasonable prices, every variety of
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
roster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
Call and Examine Samples
Of thc following:
Programm?e. Business Cards,
Visiting Curds, Dray Tickets,
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Circulars, Blanks, Av
JULIAN A. SELBY, Prop r
I'hu-nix and Gleaner Printing Office,
West side Main Street, above Taylor,
April C Columbia, S. C.
HEW SCHEDULE _|
On Spartanbtrrg and Union Railroad.
ON and after MONDAY, tho 20th May
?nut., tho Passongor Trains will run
on Mondays, Wednesdays and (Saturdays.
Down trains leaving Spartanburg O. H. at
5 a. m.; arrive at Alston at 11.30 a. m. Up
trains leavo Alston at 12.30 p. m.; arrive at
Hpartanhurg 0. II. at 7.00 p. m.
THO?. B. JETER,
President S. ?V U. Railroad.
Unionvillo, S. C., May IC, 18(?7.
May 18_ _^ . Imo
Sup'ts Office ?. C. Railroad Co.,
COMPANY SHOPS. MAY 14, 1807.
UNTIL further notice, Passenger Trams
will mn on this Road an follows:
Mail Tram- Kast.
Leave Charlotte daily 12. li? a. m.; Greens?
boro 4.51; Raleigh ll. 18. Arrive in Oolds
boro 12.10 p. m.
j Leavo Goldsboro 1.07 p. m.; Raleigh 3.50;
Greensboro 7.58. Arrive in Charlotte
12.19 a. m.
Accommodation Train, daily, (Sundays
Leavo Charlotte 5.50 a. m.; Raleigh
10.10. Arrive at Goldsboro 3.08 a. ni.
Leavo Goldsboro 1.30 a. m.; Raleigh COO.
Arrive in Charlotte 10.10 p. ni.
Passengers by Mail Trains make closo
through connections-either way-at Char
lotto, with Chnrlotto and S. C. Railroad; at
Greensboro, uta Danvillo and Richmond:
at Raleigh, ria Weldon and Ray Lino and
Annamcssic Lino. Also, connect at Golds?
boro with Mail Train on Wilmington and
Weldon Road, to and from Wilmington.
Time from Charlotte to New York forty
hours, hv cither route.
May 16 12 _ JAS. ANDERSON. Sup t.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE & S. C. RAILROAD,
COIAJMMA, S. C., May 2, 1807.
ON and after SUNDAY. May 6, thc sche?
dule of tho Passenger Traills over
thia Road will ho as follows:
Leavo Columbia at.5.30 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.12.15 a. m.
Leavo Charlotte at. 12.20 a.m.
Arrive at Columbia at. ?.GO a. m.
Close connections aro made at Columbia
and Charlotte with mail trains on the North
Carolina and South Carolina Railroads.
By this arrangement, passengers by thc
Greenville Road may go immediately
through Eastward, and have no detention
THROUGH TICKETS arc sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. C.,
Baltimore, Md., Philadelphia, l'a., and
New York city-giving choice of routes cia
Portsmouth or Richmond-and baggage
checked. Tickets aro also sold at Char
lotto for Charleston and Augusta.
An Accommodation Train, for freight and
local passage, leaves Colombia at 7 a. m.,
on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays of
each week, and Charlotte on the ?amo
days and hour; arriving at Columbia and
Charlotte at 7 p. m. . -,
May 3 C. BOUKNIGHT, Supt.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
COAJILBSTON, S. C., March ll. I860.
ON and after tho 13th inst., thc Through
Mail Train will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston..8.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia. ...6.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charlcstou.4.00 p. m.
March 13 H. T. PEAKE, Gen ! Su?t._
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days oxceptcd, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
*' AlBton at. .. 9.05 "
?? Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbovillo at. 3.13 p. m.
" at Andereon at.5.10 "
" at Greenville at.5.40 "
Leave Greenville at. 0.00 a. m.
" Anderson at.G.30 "
" Abbeville at... 8.35 "
'! Newberry at.1.20 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
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Work-room, in tho Female Academy, and
examine the articles which they have now
ready for sale. Some (?ne will always bo
found n ady to exhibit the ready-made gar?
niel '. to receive orders from those
who . ...? wish to have work dont- neatly
Thu object of the Association is to fur?
nish constant employment to those who,
having been impoverished by the war, now
depend on tho needle for daily bread.
Does not such an object comnu nd itself to
the hearts of our citizens? Or must the
anxious applicants for work ho told that
mir ?a 0)>le ] .leter Nort horn-made gunn'-nts,
ami that tuero is, therefore, no more work
for duiii* Shall it be said Mint such an
Association ns this cannot be sustained in
tho capital of Booth Carolina? Jan 19
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
JUST received, a sup?
ply of these SUPERIOR
vantagefrom using which
is FIFTY PER CENT, in
horses and hands. For sale hy the agents,
March 3 J. ,t T. It. AGNEW.