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'Neath a willow sadly, tching.
O'er a world that's fading, dying.
8its a spirit half defying,
Monrning o'er a lover s wrongs.
Hark its tones in pity pealing.
Aa its soul with cheerless feeling,
O'er the past ia strangely stealing,
Whilst are breathed some pensive songa.
As a mourner sadly sitting.
One may mark so seemly utting,
Tears of hopeless anguish flitting
'Neath the cold ana pallid brow.
Tears of sorrow, plainly telling.
Boue great WOOB within it dwelling,
While a requiem faintly swelling
Through its lips of pallor flow.
And a record partly bearing
Half the ills its bosom marring,
With a mantle round it wearing,
Hiding slightly all the scars.
Tet it wanders oft benighted.
When the star-lampa "bovo are lighted,
8ighing for what friendship plighted,
Sighing o'er its broken vows.
Xot a day of hope ia dawning,
And that spirit hoods the warning,
Waiting, watching for the morning
. When from death it shall bo freo;
When shall peal the wak'ning thunder.
And that s inri t free.to wander,
Shall no more in sadness ponder,
Sighing 'neath that willow tree.
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
"I called at the Von Oppenheims to
deliver the package yon entrusted to my
caro. Your friend, Mr. Karl von Op?
penheim,- was absent in Vienna. His
elster bad just been married, and he
accompanied the- bridal party to that
city, but is daily-expected home. I saw
.his mother find Madame Franz von Op?
penheim, a sweet little blonde, who re?
minds me somehow of Miss Juliet. I left
my card. Your friend will call, I presume.
If not, when I return to this pleasant
city, a few weeks hence, I will again pay
"And here is what he says, in the last
letter," said Cornelia, opening another,
and pointing to the place:
"I am back again, you see, at my old
quarters,- the Hotel de France, in .Dres?
den. YOnr friend, Herr von Oppon
heiru, .'(aS? they say here,) called this
morning, just as I wasstirttngoutfor the
Royal picture gallery, to see Raffaello's
celebrated Madonna di' San Sislo, and
the beantifnl La Belle Jardiniere. Both
enchanting 1 Herr von Oppenheim ac?
companied me, adding much to my en?
joyment, for he speaks English as if it
were his native language. In this land
of strange people and a strange tongue,
his society has given- me more pleasure
than any one whom. I have met He
asked me many questions about your?
self, Miss Juliet, and Charleston affairs
generally, displaying a profound in?
terest in everything relating to his
friends. I told him all the news which
occurred to nae. He leaves for Paris
shortly, and thence back to America,
where I hope to have the pleasure'of
meeting him again. I extremely regret
his departure at present, for there is
such a genuinely American, home-like
way about him, I hoped we would have
an opportunit? of becoming well ac?
"Perhaps Mr. Raymond told Karl all
thc rumors about Frank ana myself,"
said Juliet, suddenly, "and that is the
reason he decs not write to me."
"Suppose he did tell him," replied
Cornelia. "It could do no harm, for
there was your long letter explaining
"Of course-of course. He must un?
derstand. Then why doesn't Karl write
to me?" and Juliet began to cry.
"Jaliet, you are really too Billy," said
Cornelia; "I tell you he is coming. He
wishes to take you by surprise. There's
the door bell, now, and just as likely as
not, it is Karl himself."
Which words made Juliet's face flush
crimson and then turn pale. The bare
probability of such a thing made her
heart palpitate as if it would burst, and
the blood fluttered and throbbed wildly
in her veins. A step was heard elong the
eorrider. It stopped at the door. There
waa a knock. Juliet fell into a chair
abe. waa too weak to stand.
.fW.bo is it, Stephen?" she cried,
fa\in.tTyi. Cornelia repeated the question
t?%6'Servant. The answer came;
?^M^-JBaymond, ma'am, to see Miss
So the weary days passed on, each one
a fresh martyrdom to the poor girl. She
lost her appetite; her spirits fluctuated
wildly between unnatural elation and
unnatural depression. She started at
every footstep-a strange voice about
the house would almost make her heart
cease its beating-a ring at the door bell
would almost make her faint with the
intensity of her emotions. Who has
not felt this sickening sensation at the
heart? this torture of expectation? this
ngony of suspense? Those who have
known the feeling. There is no misery
liko it. Those who know it not, let
them lift a grateful prayer to tho benin
cent God above, who has Hpnred them
the torments of a purgatory on earth.
Rudolph wroto regularly to Juliet; but
Rudolph knew no moro than Juliet her?
self. According to his agreement with
her, ho had never written to his uncle
since his own return to America, and
consequently only heard indirectly
through his father and mother of Karl's
"Mother says," so wrote Rudolph,
that Uncle Karl has boon onoo to Heidel?
berg to soe them. It was beforo Aunt
Nunnerl's marriage. Ho was in excellent
health and spirits, and perfectly rejoiced
at tho prospeot of an early return to
America. Father and mother thought
it very strange, as hfl professed to love
Germany so dearlv ; (but we know tho
reason, julie!) mother had some idea of
coming over with him, if father would
consent, as abo asked him to write her
exact ly when ho would leave. After bis
return from Vionna, ho wroto to her his
departure was delayed. Uncle Franz
had prevailed on him to go to Paris, to
attend to some urgent baldness there,
whioh he had not the energy to under?
take himself.. I declare, Jolie, Unole
Franz isa lazy maul He's not like the
rest of. the Yon Oppenheims; ('conceited
little puppy 1' interposed Corn ol ia, at
this stage in the letter;) the very last one
to be at the head of the family. If it
were not for Unole Karl I don't know
what he would do now. It is kind and
unselfish, just like him, to sacrifice his
own pleasure to serve his brother's in?
terest. But I don't understand why he
does not write to you. He's very busy,
no doubt; but that wouldn't prevent him
from writing to you. I believe he has
written. Grand-mother . says perhaps
Mrs. Winters is not a reliable poison
she may withhold his letters."
"It is impossible 1" exclaimed Juliet;
"but nevertheless, Fll go there as soon
as we get back to Orkney, and see if I
can discover anything like guilt."
"I would advise you to do so, by all
means," said Cornelia; "if she's not
playing you a trick, thon I'm very much
It was late in May and Mr. Clayburn's
family were to leave the city in a week's
time. Mrs. Clayburn was pining for
Orkney and the Orkney waters. The
weather was getting unpleasantly warm,
too, in tho city for an invalid. One
morning after breakfast, when the two
girls were sitting up stairs in Juliet's
boudoir, Mr. Clayburn came in at the
front door, and walking to the foot of
the stairs, called his daughter. Juliet
jumped up from the lounge, where she
was Iking, to obey the summons.
"Here's a letter, Juliet," called Mr.
"It might be from Karl," said Juliet,
in trepidation; "please, Cornelia, run
and bring it for me. I feel sick and
"Are you, Juliet?" said Mr. Clayburn,
laughingly withdrawing the letter, for
which she hold out her hand.
"Not exactly. But Juliet is in h?r
robe de chambre, and commissioned me
to como for it."
"It is from Ashburn-Rudolph's
school-boy scrawl," remarked Cornelia,
as she handed the letter to Juliet.
Sighing heavily, Juliet broke tho seal.
An enclosed letter fell to the floor. She
snatched r.t it eagerly, u flush of joy
overspread hor features.
"It is my own, own Karl," she said,
pressing the letter passionately to her
heart and lips. A fearful paleness, like
tho pallor of death, carno over Cornelia's
faee, but her companion did not notice
it, she was too much agitated herself to
observe agitation in others. With
trembling hand, she broke tho seal and
began reading. As sho finished tho first
page, Cornelia, who was watching Lei
intently, saw her glance upward at the
"Gracious Heaven!" said Juliet, "fcliif
letter has been written ever since Kar
was at Vienna, in December,"
"December!" ejaculated Cornelia, nne
the color flowed back into h?r face.
"It is the sweetest, letter!" said Juliet
when slie had finished the perusal; "the
very sweetest that ever was written. Oh
Karl! Karl! how I love you!" and sh<
blushed at her own words.
"Well, what does he say so sweet?'
interrogated Cornelia. "You <night ti
tell me. I shewed you mino, when Jame
"Listen, then, while I read," sait
Juliet. So she read aloud Karl's de
scription of gay lifo in brilliant Vienna
that luxurious, pleasure-loving capital
whose inhabitants make enjoyment th
sole business of life. There was an ac
count of attending service at the mag
nificent Cathedral of St. Stephens, hoi
he wished for Julio to hear the grau
music; how ho wished for her when h
drove or promenaded in tho beantifn
Prater; and again, when ho went wit
Gretchen Koenig to the Royal Belvider
"Gretchen is exquisitely beautiful,
wrote Karl; "there is but ono woman i
tho world more captivating in appeal
ance, and I will not mention her nam?
out of pure spite, because I'm not ties
enough to see her lovely blushes. BVJ
ray Julie knows. * * * * Yesterday
I drove Gretchen out to the summe
palace at Schoenbrunn, about three mile
from the city, and the young Indy wt
gracious enough to protest she had neve
lind a more charming ride in all her lifi
I could not truthfully say the same, wit
Julio and Ashburn tugging at my mi
mory, but it was necessary to utter or
of ' those conventionalities required b
etiquette-HO Julio will forgive tho fib.'
: "i'll vow," said Cornelia, nncerimt
nionsly interrupting tho reader, "
James wero to write me so much stui
such high praise of another woman,
would dio of jealously. How can ye
stand it, Juliet? Aro yon not jealous?"
"Jealous of Gretchen Koenig?" ask?
Juliet. "Not iu the least. I woulel tru
Karl's love wero ho Burroundeel by
whole harem of Gretcheus. How cou
Karl love any one but mo? And b
Bides, Comedia, if ho were really in Ur
with Gretchen, hers would bo the hi
name li? would mention to nie)."
"That's a sensible remark," replii
Cornelia; "it provers your reason ii
faculties are none tho worst in the worl
but, ut the. san:o time, Juliet, I tim
you're a fool te> trust people as you d
You will suffer for it some day."
"I do not fear," answered Juliet, st
with her eyes fixed on Karl's letter; *
others make mo suffer, the?y will pay f
it in their own sufferings sooner or late
Remorse ri greater anguish than elisa
pointment, unel, Cornelia, I would ruth
trust even an unworthy object and
h tippy? than to spontl my days
wretched distrust and doubt."
Juliet started to leave the roora.
"Whore are yon going?" inquired Ct
"To tell mama about my lotter."
"But you haven't told meyot where
has been all this time."
"Haven't I? Karl gave it to a gent
man in Vienna, who said ho was corni
itnmeeliately to the United States, a
wonld poss through Ashburn. But :
_. ?t.~'.jx*?-;?.'qr * t-^r- tra?
stead of thai? ho stays abroad over to
m ooh longer, can oin g mo so many un?
happy months. Rudolph says he apolo?
gised for keeping it-or rather them, for
Kiri -?rota also to aunt and Rudolph.
And his long silence is explained to me,
Cornelia-the long silence which bad al?
most killed me. Karl mentions in this
letter that he had lost the little slip of
paper on which I wrote Mrs. Winters'
address. He says her ia almost cor tain ho
remembers it correctly, but to make saxe,
I must write it over again. But, you eeo,
he did not remember it, and no doubt all
this time he has been writing to me un?
der a wrong address. What heavy evils
often come, through tho merest trifles!"
There was a supercilious sneer on Cor?
nelia's face, and a malicious smile on her
lips, as Juliet disappeared from tho room,
but even if Juliet had seen that smile
and that sneer, they conld only have
given her a faint insight into the stu?
pendous evil which had been wrought
against her by the working of that wo?
"Tho Devil, my friends, ?B a woman just now;
'Tis a woman that reigns in hell."
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Tho abovo Goods aro for sale. Givo us a
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Our stock of CLOTHING and HATS will be
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NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
Wo have a number of
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In Cheap Black and Fancy B ATTI NET
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Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
GENERAL FREIGHT & TICKET OFFICE,
COLOMBIA, 8. C., December 23, 1809.
THE following Passenger Schedule will go
into effect on this Road on and after SUN?
DAY next, 2Cth instant:
Leave Augusta, at.4.PO a. m.
Columbia, 8. C., at.9.40 a.m.
' Winnsboro, at.....40 a. m.
Chester, at ---------- L40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p. m.
Making connections with Traine of North
Carolina Road for all pointB North and East.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30 a. m.
' Chester, at------------ - 1.25 p. m.
1 Winnsboro, at - -- - -.2.57 p. m.
' Columbia, 8. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making close connections with Trains of
Contral and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobilo, New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati, St. Louia, and all points South and
Pallico Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
SI" Passengers by this routo GOING NORTH,
have choice of TBBEB DIFFERENT ROUTES,
I C. BOHKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DonSEV, Gen. Freight and Ticket A gt.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEIT. 15, 1809.
CS am ms PS*&>? THE following Sch e
IHE9BSBR?Sc??ar?- dale for "Passenger
Trains will bc observed from this date:
DAY FASSENDER THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. nf
NIGUT EXPRESS THAIS.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving nt Columbia at.4.45 a. m.
MK OAKDEN THAIN-THI-WIXKI.Y.
(Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a."m. Leave 1.20 p. ra.
Arrive tit Ringville in time to cc nm ct with
through mail train South.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED )
Leave Camden 6.85a.m. Ar Ringville9 20 B tn
Eve Ringville3.15 p. m. Ar (hunden C 05p.m.
Rcpt 111 II T. PEAKE. General Ruu't.
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad
COLUIIIUA, January 15, 1870.
f^lwrrnaawaHJ <>N and alter WEDNES
MVi?V?B??*HPDAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will he inn daily. Rur day
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South Carolina Road, np and dowi . and nilli
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 H m
" Alston . 8.40 n m
?' Newberry. 10.10 a m
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 pm
" Anderson. 4 20 j> m
" Gre-en ville. 5 00 pm
Leave Greenville . 5.45 a ni
.? Anderson. (5.25 a ni
.? Abboville.. 8 00 a m
" Nowborry. 12 85 p m
" Alaton. 2.10 p m
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 p in
Tho Train will retnrn from Belton toAnder
son on Monday and Friday mornings.
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in soluble Phosphate than those made from ra
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TOYS I TRIMMINGS 11 FANCY GOODS ! 11
#MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
Base Balls, Firo-worka, Ac. Stamping,
Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe?
cuted, from latest designs, at
VM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King St.,
Aug Charleston, S. C.
COGSWELL, ADVERTISING AGENTS.
al, if not superior, to any Bitters in tho mar
paia, Losa nf Appetite, Chills and Fever, and is
or salo by Druggists and Grocers everywhere
HE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
: NET CASH.
12 doz. and leas than 50 doz.$7.50 per doz.
[, WINEMAN & CO.,
of the Celebrated Carolina Bitters,
f choice European Droga and Chemicals,
No. 23 Hayne street, Charleston, S. 0.
NT *D O ~~
TON, S. C.
)Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
?ES A CO., Gcnoral Agon?a, Charleaton, 8. C.
; FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
j Via Savannah; Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the St. John's River.
THE elegant and first class
.Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
iT. McNolty. will leave. Charleaton,
abovo places, every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tho elegant and first class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
Through Tickota to be had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Booms.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
Routh Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
2G Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
Z?GBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
'Musical Instruments, strings,
_ J A c.. Ac. Agenta of Steinway A
J Sou's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, Carhart A
; Needham's Mclodeons, Tilton'a Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; BEN?
! RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charlea
! ton. 8. C._Aug 1 ly_
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for sale the choiccat brande of Pure
Havana Bogara. Also, good domestic
Segars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BABBOT, Agont,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. C.
shate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
factory, aro now prepared to furnish Soluble
?lo to plunters for immediate returns tor their
of Southern men of high character, offers in
ithern planters. Their works are among the
tes. and enable them to prepare at home an
South Carolina nativo Rone Phosphates which
iroposo to manufacturo a Fertilizer even richer
w bones, and containing moro than twice the
tho best average Manures heretofore offered for
? higher than the average prico of other For
uch fertilizing mateiial; they aro in fact mush
i the u arket in two forms, with a guarantee
inning from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
d at sixty dollars per ton.
;, containing from bixtcen to twenty per cent, of
f Ammonia, at seventv dollars per ton; for ap
)ther security as maybe acceptable to the sub
o tho Agents, and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
>randed ETIWAN. No. 1, and ETIWAN.No. 2
A Useinl Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have
heretofore felt the want of a porfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
At tached to their Stoves, will bako Bread, Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac., and roast Poultry, Beet, Pota?
toes, Ac, to perfection. A full supply of
Kerosene and Gas stoves, of tho best kinda,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
sale, at wholesale and retail, bv
J. B. DUVAL <fc SONS,
Charleston, S. C., Agenta for Patentees.
Aug 1 ly
"Elson Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S TEAM ENGINES, Machinery
J. M. EASON A BBO.
g?sSd Aug 1 ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
ATon. 4, Cond 8, Vendue Rangt-, Citarle f ton, S. C.
VITT HOLES ALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
VV hags, and all kinds of Paper Stock.
Nighest cash pric< s paid for the above.
MOS KS OOI.DSMII II. ABRAHAM A. Ool.nsMlTn.
Tilos. .1. KERR. HERMANN RC EWIN RLE.
T. J. KERR &00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Ken 's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
TWTTLL attend to the sales of all kinds ol
VY Produce and Purchase ol Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. Ang l ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
?i OLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
I Teeth, Steel Goode, and evt ry article used by
the Dentist. Ang 1 ly
WALKER. EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printern* Materials, Broad street, Charlea?
ton, 8. C. Aug 1 ly