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') Tiio Lrfjcnd or Easter Eggs.
if BT FITZ JAMES o'nniEN.
"Dearest paps," says my boy to mo,
As be merrily climbs on his mother's knee,
."Why are those eggs that yon eco mo hold
Colored BO finely with bino and gold?
And what ia the wondoriul bird that lays
finch beautiful eggs upon Easter dayb?"
,4You have heard, my boy, of tho Man who
Crowned with keen thorns and crucified;
And how Joseph wealthy-whom Cod reward
Cared for the eorpso of hin martyred Lord
And pioualy tombed it within the rook,
And closed the gate with a mighty block.
Kow, cloeo by the tomb a fair tree grew,
?With pendulous leaves and blossoms of blue;
And? leep in the green treeVs shadowy breaat
A beautiful singing bini sat on her neat,
Which was bordered with moes-like malachite,
And held fonr eggs of an ivory white.
Now. when the bird, from her dim recess,
Beheld the Lord in his burial tin BB,
And looked on the heavenly face so palo,
And the dear feet pierced with the cruel nail.
Ber heart nigh broko with a sudden pang,
And ont of the depths of her sorrow she sang.
AU night long, till the moon waa np,
She eat and sang in her moBs-wreathed cup,
A eong of sorrow as wild and shrill
Aa the homeless wind when itroams the bill
Bo rall of tears, so loud and long,
That the grief of the world scorned turned to
But Boon thoro came through tho weeping
A glimmering angel clothed in white;
And he rolled the Btone from tho tomb away.
Where the Lord of the earth and the Heavens
And Christ arose in the cavern's gloom,
And in living lustre came from tho tomb.
Bow, the bird that sat in the heart of tho trie
Beheld this colestial mi etery.
And ita heart waa filled with a sweet delight,
And it poured a eong on the throbbing night
Notes climbing notes, till, higher, higher,
They shot to Heaven like epcars of fire.
When the glittering, white-robod angel heard
Tho sorrowing Bong of the grieving bird,
And heard the following chant of mirth
That hailed Christ, riaen again on earth,
He said, *Bweet bird, bo forever blest.
Thyself, thy eggs, and thy moas wroath'd nest. '
And ever, my child, eince that blessed nir11
When Death bowed down to the Lord of J ?Kht,
The eggs of that sweet bird change ib"r hue,
And burn with red, and gold, and b)*e
Reminding mankind, in their aimn'e way,
Of the holy marvel of Easter da/-"
OB Ti 115
FORTUNES OF JOT/LET CLAYBURN.
CHAPTKE X-KAKII VON OPPENHEIM AGAIN.
"Grief hath changed mo nineo you saw me last;
And careful hours, with'l ime's deformed hand
Have written strange defeatures in my face."
[Comedy of Errors.
Having followed Mr. Richard Thur
low'e injunctions, Juliet wa? mukiug ber
way to the parlor, when, as she was pass?
ing the library, little Jennie, who was
standing in the door, said, timidly:
"Will yon not come in here, Cousin
Juliet? There's a nice fire, if you are
"I am not cold, dear, but I will come
in. Thia naed to be a favorite haunt of
mine." With sudden impulse, she stooped
and kissod the child, and, pushing open
the door, entered. Strange! In the
same room where she had first met Karl
von Oppenheim, she met bim again, after
so many months of separation, estrange?
ment and the wide gulf which now
fawned between them. Kati wus stunti?
ng near the fire, conversing in a low
tone with bia nephew, Ludwig. Turn?
ing as the door dosed, and perceiving
who had entered, for a moment his face
was fearfully agitated. He seemed, too,
at a loss to know whether be should
speak. Though surprised at the sudden
meeting, Juliet, with some difficulty,
called up that self-possession wbiub be?
comes, so early in life, a part of woman's
education. As usual, in such cases, the
lady displayed lesa embarrassment than
the gentleman. She advanced a little to
meet Mr. von Oppenheim, said, cordial?
ly, how do yon do? and offered ber baud
to him quietly enough. Those tender
bands! the loving clasp! the soft palina
which bad come in sweet and trembling
contact so ofteu io the past] Hud they
forgotten the familiar touch? or, rulher
ask, did not the very blood in the veins
lvap with delight at the unforgotten
grasp, and rush upward to greet, linger?
ingly, the warm blood it had kissed so
often in the happy dajB of yore? It wus
merely this shake of the bund, and then
these two, who hud never met in tho
olden time without a secret thrill of hap?
piness, parted again, and the hearts
which once bent in unison, souls which
were onco fused into one, were as widely
apart as when the watery billows of the
Atlantic rolled between them; nay, wider
still, as if a thousand years of spuce in?
tervened between thoir existence. Kuri
returned to tbe fire, and Juliet took u
seat among the children, amusing her?
self with them, until Mrs. von Oppen?
heim came in, and boro off the whole
brood in triumph, to got their supper.
All except Jennie, who, as soon ns hbo
noted ber mother's approach, ran bustily
across the room to bor nude, where, after
a whispered conference, elm omerged,
holding his band.
"Eugenia," said Karl, drawing near,
"will von not allow Jennie to sup with
tho grown folks to-night? She will bo
quiet and good."
"Upon tboso conditions, and ns a apo?
dal privilege, she may do so," said Mrs.
"And me too, mother-and mo-and
me," said a chorus of juvenile Von Op?
i "And mo, A?iO* -Eag?ii?--?nd me
and me-and me," said a quartette o?
yooDg Tburlowo. L? -_.
"No, nb." kaia the la?y. "Only ?one
st a time, jennie to-night, Amelia Thur?
low to-morrow night, Elisia the next, and
Daring this scene. Karl had . taken a
vacant seat near Juliet, and an soon as
qniet ?as restored, by the departure of
all the children exeept Jennie, ho ad?
**I trusted you would bring Thod.
The young lady's eheoks flashed, ns
she replied :
"It was not convenient for him toc?me
at this time, though I think he would
have overcome every obstacle, had he
known of your arrival. He had gone
to Charleston before Rudolph's letter
"I tender yon both my heartiest con?
gratulations," said Karl, "andi hope it
is needless to assure you, from my soul,
I wish all hnppiness aud prosperity to
"Thank you," replied Juliet, simply,
aud for the first time she looked at tho
speaker. Hitherto, she had never given
a direct glunce-her impression of his
appearance and presence had been vague
and indefinito in the extreme. Change
was written on the well-known features,
too. She had lust seen him in the full
glory and flower of manhood's regal
bloom. Tho cheek was almost bueless
now, once so roddy with tho glow of
health; the lips pale and cold, once BO
red and warm. If it were n phantom
she had behold at Orkney, the phantom
was not very far from the true transcript
of reality. In that pitying glance, she
forgot his desertion; the cmel blow he
had struck her; the useless sacrifices she
bad made; the pangs she bad suffered for
him; everything waa forgotten at tho
sight of his wretchedness, and the un?
happiness stamped so legibly on his fea?
tures. It wasn't love she felt for him
of course not-her heart was Theodore's
now, os she had so solemnly assured him
and so solemnly believed; I'ht Juliet felt
and acknowledged to herself, it hud been
better for her pence of mind, if she had
not como to Ashburu-ii she had not
seen bim at all.
There was an nw&ward pause. Karl
sat like one in a moveless trance. Under
the harrowing necessity of saying some?
thing. Juliet asked:
"Did Tun leave ull your friends well in
Dreadful Mr. von Oppenheim?"
. .Q<iite well."
?Mud your sister-Nannerl-have you
f<.en much of her?"
"Yes-Nannerl is really a model of a
matron. I have passed a great deal of
my time at her pleasant home, and nm
moro devoted to her than ever. She
says I am the most unkind and the kind?
est, the best and the worst brother she
"Bather paradoxical." said Juliet.
"Hither, perhaps, but life abounds in
paradoses, contradictious and failures.
Owen Meredith euys-and in so snying,
I feel tempted to ussert, he has appro?
priated material and gained accet-s of
wisdom from tho experience and obsor
vution of my own existence
.* 'I havo seen those that woro LTeavon's armor
I have beard Truth lie.*"
Juliet thought thia touching on peril?
ous ground. It was calculated to suggest
thoughts and things which had best be
forgotten between them. But if Mr.
von Oppenheim did not mind it, neither
did she. If old transactions bad passed
from his mind, if remembrance had no
sad retribution for him, if he could revert
to the psst so calmly aud unconcernedly,
so could she; which she would prove to
him by a bold stroke of indifference.
Without muking any reply to his last
remark, she asked, with un uir of studied
"Did you come dirpotly from Puris?
Gay, enchanting ParisI It is delightful
to hear Theodore's reminiscences of Pa?
risian life. What's the news from Paris,
Mr. von Oppenheim? I suppose yon
went to hear Mario every night-charm?
ing, of course? And, pray, what are the
fashion.-,? I am daft to hear. Is it true
Eugenie has diminished the length of
her train? Aro jackets still worn a la
Orecque, and is the graceful corsage a
revers, still all the rage?"
"I'm sorry I eau give you no informa?
tion on those points," answered tho gen?
tleman. "For some time, I've been
lending a quiet, secluded life; huvo seen
httlo of Parisian liveliness and fashion,
und am a stenger to what you call 'gay,
enchanting Paris.' "
"How did you leave Gretchen? I hope
she is well."
"I hope she is," said Karl, in a voice
of overpowering pathos; "in a higher
and u holier world. She sleeps tho sleep
"Dean! Gretchen dead!" exclaimed
Juliet, in a tono of pained regret. No
wonder, then, he looked a broken-heart?
ed man. When shu spoko again, there
was a tremor in her voice, a tear was
swimming in tho glistening depths of
the dark eyes, and her manner was
L'bild-ltke and touching in its sweet art?
"Yon must forgive me, Karl. I did
not know it, nud I hope you will believe
mo sincere in saying, I sympathize with
von in this heavy tiffi dion. In the
plenitude of my present happiness, I
mn forget and forgive whatever bitter?
ness your conduct may have caused me
in the past. I am truly sorry for your
"Such words coming from you," said
* smothered voico, thrilling in its agony,
"will help mo to bear tho heaviness ot
un intolerable existence. They aro a
ray of sunshine in the wintry sterility of
my lifo-au assuaging balm to my
wounded spirit. They como from the
unsullied goodness and purity of your
heart. They are like yon, Julie, gent?o,
noble nnd fearless. From my heart, I
thunk you fur such noble and generous
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Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, April 22, B70.
Present-His Honor tho Mayor;Alder
men Agnew, Batos, Bryan, GeiRcr,Hope,
HnsRung, Johnson, Shields, W?lfer aud
The minutes of the last regulir and
special meetings were rend and coulrmed.
A petition from D. McGuiunis ms pre?
sented, asking that tho amount ofbis un?
expired license to retail spirituous iqnora
be refunded. Referred to the Couuiittee
Au application for tavern licmse, to
retail spirituous liquors, from Iichurd
Barry, was presented and referrot to the
Tue following accounts were presented
and referred to the Committee 4u Ac?
counts: Fisher, Lowrance Sc Fisher, Jas.
Brown and John A lex under, agaiist the
Water Works. E. C. Plomer, agaiist the
Market, and Wm. H. MoCaw, for adver?
tising. AUo, sundry accounts o' Com?
missioners and Managers of Election, and
incidental expenses, amounting t> 3317,
incurred in Un; recent municipal eection.
The Committee of Ways and Means
reported that they have examiied thu
annual exhibit of the City Clerk, ending
March 31, and found tho same correct.
The Committee on Accounts presented
a report recommending that tho follow?
ing accounts be puid: Hassling k Motz,
Street Department, 819.85; City Hospi?
tal and Fire Department. $3 0?; M. L.
Bower, Alms House, 88.00, and City
Hospital, 8(13.00; E. ll. Stokes, City
Clerk's Office, 827.50. ltoport received
Tho Committee on Market reported
that they have examined tho monthly
report for March, and tho annual report
of the Clerk of the Market, and found
tho same correct. Concurred in.
Tho Committee on Guard House and
Police reported that they have examined
the monthly report for March, and the
annual report of the Chief of Police, nnd
found the same correct. Concurred in.
Tho Committee OD Licenses submitted
a report, recommending that a license to
retail malt liquors bo granted Put. Fahey.
The Committee returned the application
of Hiller & Tecksa for a similar license
to the Council, without action. Report
received and adopted. A motion that
the application of Hiller & Tecksa bo
not granted, was carried.
The following resolutions were offered
By Alderman Hnssnng: That tho Com?
mittee appointed to sell stock of tho
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company, bo instructed to hypo?
thecate the sumo, and borrow thereon
the sum of $12,000-the said amount to
be applied to the redemption of tho city
By Alderman Walter: That a Commit?
tee of Threo bo appointed from this
Board, to draft a suituble preamble and
resolutions upon the death of our Into
brother Alderman, T. W. Radcliffe.
The Mayor a ppointed Alderman Bryan,
Walter and Geiger, on tho above Com?
On motion, Council adjourned.
J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE baa always ci toyed tho repu?
tation ot being thc best place in tho city
for obtaining tho coolest and moat delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand ot Whiskey,
THE HlIiEbNlAN, is something out uf tho
ordinary run. Coll and sro mn. on Washing
ten street. RICHARD BA KUY,
^ifc. r~\ TUE POLLOCK HOUHE BER
<5/TAUHANT IS now in completo work
ing order. OYSTERS will bc served
up in ovory stvlo and in tho best manner. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity. jW^j
Also. OAMK in season; besides?sSt&raa
REFRESH MENTH of every kind. Jet*88**'p?
The BILLI A HP BOOM is again in
^ " ?afoperation. Tables f-jm best
agrxmram^EF makers. T. M. POLLOCK,
X^i^^Jr ?ct'28 Proprietor.
i)1 KITS North Carolina MOUNTAIN BUT
?j J. THU for sale low by tho package
March 0 O KO. SVMMERS.
German Cattle Powder.
jaE&flKgtfc FOll tho core and prevention of all
^HHM diseases to which Oxen, Milch
J7 JT Cowa, Sheep and HORB are subject.
trarmuiB, Drovers and others will lind tins an
excellent Medicino, aud nono should ho withont
it. It puritios tho blood, carries off all gross
humors, and thus prevents disease. It im?
proves their aupoaranco and condition. When
cattlo ure oppressed with heat, fatigue and in
low spirits, a fow doses will restoro them. For
Milch COWB, it is an invaluable powder when
calving; it increases tho quantity and riehncss
of tho milk and improves their worth. To
havo good cattlo, tako caro of them. This
Powder is for salo only at the Drug Store of
DeoJOt FISHER A- HK1NITKH.
TH K ONLY TH UK HKlMrsII'S
GERMAN HORSE POWDER,
Deutscher Pferde Pulcer.
THIS Uelobratod POWDER ia
^_,_-m9k? prepared from tho old German
n?s?Mjl Ht'cipo, and is tho only genuine
rv lt- JW German Horse Powder as made
brnMaSmOB,,y "Heinitsb." His specially in?
tended lor diseases to which tho HorHo is sub?
Tho extraordinary virlueB of this Horse
Powder are attestod to by thousands, ami for ]
lilts years has stood and still stand? first in
tho estimation of all experienced Fanners,
AKriciiliiiribts and Farriers, as tho Inst medi?
cine for tho Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with Ionics, and
may bo uivon in all cases where disease exists.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appel ito, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Hore
Eyes, Swelled Legs, Grcaso, Mango. Hnrfoit,
old Coughs. Exhaustion from Work. Itcarries
off all foul humors, purifies and COOIH (he blood,
and prevents horses becoming stiff ?nd foun?
dered. Risa stimulons for weak stomachs,
and renders tho limbs and skin ?oft and lino,
giving a smooth coat to tho q?\
bair, and transforms tho ill jagtrUL
conditioned and sick to health. (?r^JL/""-?.
beauly and spit it. Propnrod*;^ifa^>l#fe
only hy E. H. H KINIT8H, Phar- \W f
mai-isi, Columbia, S. C. Dec 10 f
Watches and Jewelry Kc pa. re tl
IN tho best manner, by ll rut chas workmen,
ENORAVING finely oxocntod.
Doe 10_ WILLIAM GLAZE. _
?) AAA POUNDS OF BACON STRIPS
??.\J\J\) and Breast Pieces,
6 casks Davia* Sngar-Curod Hams,
25 bbls., half-bbls. and kogs Leaf Lard,
300 lix. Mutton Hame. For Bale bv
Fob 2G EDWARD "HOPE.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAItOLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_ _ and healthy locality, is now
open lo 'travelers and others Booking accom?
modations. Families can be furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel freo of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
Fruits and Vegetables-Prices Reduced.
PEACHES, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
I him Beans, 2 lb. cans, 25 couts each.
Green Corn. 2 lb. cans 25 cents t ach.
Tomatoes. 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Together wiih a full assortment of Pioklea,
Juli cs, Oysters, Lobsters, Sauces, Catsups,
Extracts, Sardines, Spices, Ac, Ac, at low
figures, always on baud and for salo by
IVh 26 J A T. lt. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
BREMEN LAGElt BEER.
Younger's Edinburgh Alo.
Hibber's London Porter. For sale by
_ E?!? UL HKO. HYMMERS.
Guns and Ammunition.
rUST received by William Olsze, fino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, lino Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
kind. One door North of Messrs. Scott. Wil?
liams A Co.'* Bunkun: Hou?o. Deo 16
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG. S. C., .TANOAKY 16, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned as tho
Receiver of tho Hamburg Bank, all par?
ties having transactions with said Hank will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
Keb tl_ _
Increase the Product of Your Farm.
Concentrated llirn Yard Manure.
" PHTJINE. "
TniS is a combination of all the valuable
fertilizing properties of Stablo and Barn
Yard Manure, and is warranted to bo a pei feet
compound. For Colton, it is an iitvalnable
manure-cheaper than any other Fertilizer in
tho market. Farmors, Hunters, Gardeners
?ill do bettor to buy "PH Ul NE" than any
other compost, as it will securo a good crop.
For salo hy FISHER A HEINITSH,
April fit Druggists.
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
FOR salo bv
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.