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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Maiden's ..Lajr'of Life.''
Tell me not in idle Jingle
.'Marriage is an empty dream 1" ,
Fer th?? giri ia dead that's single
Sock avis are not wost they seem.
Life is real 1 rife is earnest 1
Single blessedness a fib t
"Man thou art to man rerurnest I"
Has bean spoken cf the nb.
Kot enjoyment, and not sorrow,
boar destined end of way;
But to act that each to-morrow
Fiad? ns neara marriage day.
Life ia long, ard youth ls fleeting.
and our heart?, theos ?J light and gay.
Still, like pleasant drums, are beating
' Wadding marches all the way I
la tb? world's broad fleld of battle,
In the bivouac of life,
Ba not like dumb driven cattle 1
Be a heroine-a wife !
Trust no future, bow'er pleasant,
,. - Let the dead Past hui y 'ts dead?
act-act to the dving Present !
' Heart within and bops ahead!
Uves of mar iel folks remind us
We caa lias our h ves as weil.
And, departing, leave behird us,
finch examples as shall "tell."
finch examples, that another.
Wi sting time tn idle sport,
A ayfl**".:Mlrt***T,*<*r** brother.
Beting, shall take heart and com t.
tel ul then be Up and doing,
With a heart on triumph set;
Still contriving, still purnong,
And each one a husband get!
... u TBS SARA-TOGA TIGER.
HIGH PLAT AMD HIGH LIFE AT THE SPRINGS ?
The Ti^er and his Victims-Hov* his
c?nvws mr? Cat-An Inside Tiew of a
The special correspondent of the Boston
Poet sends that paper the following graphic
trsswrtplron of play and playera at Saratoga :
SARATOGA BPMHOS, August 16. - There ia one
_ fesruTbof life at the Sprmpi whieh excites the
]?<?rrifled reprobation of the out wardry moral,
**BUkSamQf. mieteno;a?L l*XimmJPJbe
thonghte of tbe tDEOoent, and is yet so open
and devoid ol those gorgeous and ghastly char
actenetics with which romancers have in vest
Ad it sato rank, with the legitimate attract ions
Of the plac?, saratoga ia pre-eminently a
money spending piar*. The faoihties for din -
prsiatwinfl oneself or filthy lucre are' perhaps
aa great bore as anywhere on the? continent, I
with ia* exception cf. Washington during a l
anearon of Cjngresa and Watt atrae* ail. the
yfaafMnd. F?opler>orue here to-broten their
IW&ijW if not with t hat deliberate Inten
tntiy. find, lt forced opon' them before a j
M?? td^ BuTf?r thpee who do not discover
glljjllsjsT aaposaxnodaiiona in the ordinary
chans?*o( exr^turt*. there, are the estab
babments known as dob-hoaaee, where the or
Aaa?ilf unpleasant business of losing dollars
it) made a cheerful luxurv, and tv charm is
thrown about the hasard of a fort ure which ia
fcnkrjbwn even at the Btock Exchange. |
? VJ., i TUX ' HELLS." j;
They az? not "bel?e"ia iny shape, but like
many o thur institutions, good ano! bsd, they
flourish under the attractive designation which
eon sdons rectitude bestows upon them. There
is eomethine myetenouely awful in the name,
which leads first to curiosity, then experieooa, I
.and vary often to final patronage. In painting I
.the- cfub-houeee of Saratoga in snob glowing I <
bhiek and red hoes, as 1 heard at a little obapel 11
fcere tb?other Sunday, a very doubtful service 1
ls done the bearere, while the tiger is beoefltted I j
by an advertisement upon which he coold not M
improve. But, in truth, thia glamour of Bednc- ?
tire wickedneaa which ia cast over tba business '
Aa simply ncotioaa, th? ,<eamefnin Saratoga, <
Jbeing earned on in strictly commercial aryle, 1
without place fm sentiment or nonsense. Men 1
do not g o mad, or blow ont their brains - and I
frire coroners a fee, or cut their throats and
spoil velvet carpeta with the ensuing flow of
wood. They do not often get very poor in the I
Ciuit of their amusement, for the most ot I
freqwetrters of the tables are amply able to I
loee, If toft is the chance of the night.
There are but two or three first-class club
houses in -Saratoga. Messrs. Heenan ft Mor
naasey JkavMhad A disagreement and dit solved
their oonoectioo. the-Beni cia boy setting upan I
esl abhshmen t oi: bis own dow i town on a lesa
elaborate scale, and the Eon. John continuing I
his game in the well known brown stone front,
near the depot. In point of magnificence, Mr.
Morrissey's house, perhaps stands first, the I ]
upholsterer and decorator having made it lux- I c
niions and resplendent with Axminster ear- I
pets, lace curtains, TD laid rosewood furniture, 11
gilding and frescoing, fh i tabjes are flooded I
with gaslight from massive chandeliers with
many globes, and every appointment suggests
a taste more lavish than elegant. He does a I
i good biwiness. if one may believe the go sip
which goes the rounds of tbe springs each
morning with toe glasses of. minora! water.
According to this authority, ? veteran New I,
York politician won 16000, and lost $1000 more
at a mngle sitting during race week, and a less *
experienced idol of the people was kindly for- 1
nlshed by his friend, the Congressman, with a
sheet sufBoient to pay his hotel bill and take i
Uni home, after Le had seen his last dollar ,
vanish, in the shape of an ivory chip, into the ,
drawer of tbe faro table.
a?onen HILL'S, 1
Closely aborning the Union Ho??l, with a
~ oooyenieot et trance nt the rear from that cara- I
vansery, in the clnb-honse par excellence of
Saratoga. It occupies the old Putnam resi?
dence, faro aud roulette tables usurping the 11
back parlor where the founder of the Springs I
ssed to Bit at home. It is a quiet, sedate look- f
. ing house, lacking as entirely the glaring at?
tractions which blazon forth the business of
the Kew Orleans taming saloons, aa does Geo. 1
_ W. Hill, the proprietor, the characteristics of 11
the traditional keeper of the tiger. A single I ?
ga*-lamp lights toe shaded grass plot m front, I T
' and shows the mod ist entrance at all hours ot
the night and early morning until the'ou?
chargea lt to a yellow flicker and calls to con- *
gresa water or perhaps to bed. Yon enter- v
no, yon dp not, of coarse, enter; bnt if yen
- were to do so. jon would swing an easily open- ,
rog gate, ascend a few steps and pull a ready
door-bell. A quick negro answers the ring, c
give? one glance through the slatted door-for 1
it ia summ r and the oak is not sported- <
throws back' the bolt and ushers von in with
that impressment which is acquired in its I ,
?randest extent only by our nerty made suf
fragista. 'Aa y?u enter tbe ball' you see at
. cooa that the house is not large, such aa would
serve for the residence of a comfortably-11
to-dofamily and nothing more. An attendant I j
quietly rebe ves you of your bat and cane, and i L
<you pasa through an ooen door on your lett I
roto what was once the Putnam parlor. It ls a
room of moderate sise, with qnietly frescoed 1
ceiling, plain but elegant pater ou the mihi <
"/?djBtwestly furnished throughout. Your I c
'. see toft not sink into deep velvet carpets, but t
press a brussels of small and tasteful pattern. ,
The windows are curtained with lightly work- j
ed lace, and the. chairs upholstered in com- 1
fortable repa, while a single chandelier lights >
the room. The general impression is c imfort- j
" able and easy, as if yon were walking into a pri- |
vate parlor' whose* occupants oared little for
display but much for elegant quiet and har
- mony of surroundings. You do not see the 1
- gilded palace with its tawdry but gorgeous at- <
' tract ions to catch the eye and bewilder the \
senses:of which the preacher spoke. There is I <
nothing of the Bte am boat saloon or bridal li
S ham ber about it, and while you may be dis?
appointed you cannot but confess that Boelue
bob shows much better taste than the children !
- of hght give hun credit tor. i
THE TieidPB H06KTAXJTT.
. There is a long table, with snowy cloth, set 1
down the centre of the room, accom modatiog I
somei twenty persons. Sideboards with-glass
and silver flank it. and at the bead sits the .
lust, who with a bow and a smile gives von ,
Welcome and waves you to a seat at the board. 1
? - " W aahington" .? not here this season, but bis
rooceaaof, a grev-baired veteran of the spion
and napkin, deftly shovels your cb ?ir under t
JOT, and softly whispers an inquiry as to your ,
wiauee. Here is o nicken, youi g and teodor,
with truffles from far off Normandy ; woodcock, 6
- jmp*w> on bis own lance-like bill; baked barn
in whOMgarnishing sn artist could take pride; s
- venison whieh Mr. Hurray's pilgrims might g
bare shot but didn't; lamb animelles, delicate y
and succulent, their light brown relieved by
the curled parsley; ducks, that part witb 1
av lag or wing under your knife as if it 1
were a pleasure to them; speckled trout,
from tbe cold brooks of tbe mountains;
chicken salad, compounded with a skill that
won ld ebame the ambrosia of Olympus. Here i
we And potatoes af A delicacy e then al, salmon
pates that crumble ander your fork and melt 1
on yow bps, fruit, pastry, eonfectnins, all that ,
palate ol gourmand sould wish or heart of
epicure imagine. The table ia set with flowers
and silver and fine china, a branching ?pargne r<
in the centra, supported by massive wine-cool?
ers on each aide, from which the long eil var- ] 71
topped ne?ks rise ont of iee. Tour selection ia
placed before yon on the tlightest hint, for the
waiters at Hill's baye no visions of fees to dis?
tract their attention and hinder their move?
ments, and before yon signify it your wishes
are anticipated. Will von tako a glass of wine,
with Ur. Hull's compliments? and it stands,
beady and bright, at yonr haod, with the
ready bottle in the grasp ot tbe servitor behind
yonr obair to refill it as yon sip.
Yonr host is a remarkable man. He sits at
the head of thc (able, watchful of .your wants
and of those of your dozen neighbors, enter?
taining tho whole company, not balf of wbom
know tho other half, with qnict talk for ODO,
repartee for another, laying a friendly wage :
with a third, adapting himself with a versatility
which taaiks him as a first class diplomat. He
is a small man, thin, delicate in appearance
with dark hair, slight moustache shading a
mouth in which the teeth aro somewhat too
prominent, and dressed witb unoBientatious
elegance. His hands are thin and white, his
face perhaps too much GO; and as he sits in
tbe seat Of host, easily making ic pleasant for
all about the table, gracefully receiving new
comers from his seat, you recogoize one who
knows his business and is fitted for it.
When yen finia h your supper, your dusky at?
tendant briDga a cigar on a ra?ver and offers
you a light. Ton make your adieu* to your
entertainer and step; into the! street .again or
through the arched doorway into the room
where tbe game is in progrese.
TH? PLAT AND TB* PLATERS.
Here you win find two tables, and it the
crowd ia oppressive'; two more in sn adjoining
private room, in full, operation., Faro ana
roulette are the only aramos, the former being
the favorite with sinai I operators, while on the
latter large enmasare etaked. Tbe presiding
genius ot the roulette table is a smooth, inno?
cent-looking youth, with a marvellous skill in
the ends of his fingers for counting! checks.
One unlucky fellow, after loosing for half an
hour on tho black and rei, iu desperation
pun*od bo the eagle, and when he won,, after
seventeen lesses, this mechanical croupier
planked the twenty seven checks on tbe top of
the one staked, withont a glance to verify the
number which h's finger ends told bim was
right. Clustered about this board-all stand?
ing, for there is not room enough to sit-you
wUl see a strange collection. The old man on
the left, who continually bets the red checks
of large value, is treasurer of a corporation
widely known; The resplendent youth next
him has just set up in business for himself,
and is no longer limited by the certain income
which a salaried position gives. Bald-headed,
cool and unobservant ot any about him, a
local judge of hew York City sprinkles the
chips from his rapidly diminishing pile on
numbers and color with every turn of the
wheel; while a wily" individual opposite, who
narrowly escaped a fat office and one of honor
under this administration, places his stake?
with what seems to be a careful calculation,
and which certainly bring a rapid increase.
The game is rn silence, broken only by the
rattle of the ball as it flies around the circle
before popping into the red or black hole
which determines the fate of the stakes which
are rapidly being placed. Tbe waiters quietly
band wine or cigars or whiskey, as may hie
wished, to the players. Bills are thrown across
the table to be exchanged for ivory checks;
and the game .goos- on without stop, ox stay.
each pause. -
Occasionally, there is a b t of excitement.
The other night a party of Californians, freida
from the land of gold and with plenty of it
rn their?ookeiSj arrived at the Springs and tbe
fLrst evening made a visit to George Hill's. It
was the first game they had Strunk since they
led 'Frisco, and they were correspondingly
eager. One bite at a woodcock's breast, one
SID of wine, and they left the supper faythe
faro table. Down went their hands into deep
pockets, and click! click! click 1 came doublo
eagles of the yellow metal on king and nine
and three. Lost! Down came the glittering
stakes again. Tbe dealer examined the com
twice to b.< sure of its genuine character; the
roulette table was deserted; the supper was
nastily left, and all in tbe rooms crowded
ibout the table where gold waa staked as they
sad-been used to see ivory. Eighteen hundred
lollara were left behind by that party before
.hey went to their hotel an boor alter. .-. '
BAH MOB E-Fer steamship Sea Gall-114 tierces
Bice, 38 balea Cotton, 10 bales Bags, 143 bbls
h orin. 523 boxes t anned Peaches, 8 b les Domes?
tics, 8 bal"s Lo it u er, 43,000 leet Flooring Boaids,
20 pkgs Sundries.
I narlcston Cotton, Klee and Naval
JFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
i'HARLEKio.s-, Friday Evening, August 27. i
? COTTOK.-The absence of suppli?e keeps business
igbt, prices remaining steady; aales IB bales, mostly
)f the new croo, say: lat SI; lat SIX; 5 at 31 >i; 1
kt 32; 8 at 32 ?ic We quote nominallj :
Ordinary to good ordinary.26 ?30
Low middling.31 @
By New Tork clasaificaa-n wa quote :
Bicx.-The market was firm bnt nearly bare of ?
luppUef, and no sales took place. We quote norn
nally common to lair clean carolina at 8@8}? ; good
NAVAL STORES.-The transaction? were moderate
it steady ratea, aid were: 20 barrels low No. 1 roain
it SS SS; 40 barrels extra No. 2 at $185; 189 barrels
Va 2 at $180, and 13 birrels crude Vlrpm turpentine
it S3 83 V barrel.
JU ar teeta by Tel. graph.
EOE.EION MAUKE TS.
PAUS, August 27.-Bourse excited. Rentes 72f
LONDON, August 27-Noon.- Con'.ole 93,','. Bonds
LrvinrooL, August 27-Noon.-Cotton heavy at
tfi to 13X; Orleans 13J? ; salea 6000 bales; sales of
he week 138,000. For export, 9000; for speculation,
OU0. Stock. 248.000, of which 95,000 ara American,
ted wheal 9s. 6<L Corn 31.
Afternoon.-The fine weather depresses bread
tuflv. Corn 30s. 63. Flour Sta. Gd. Bed Western
rheat Ss. 5d.
Evening.-Cotton tenia down; uplands H%; Or
ems 13&al3X; sales 7000 bales; speculation and
xport 1000. Breadstuff* nominal. Manchester ad
loes lesa favorable. Tarns and fabrics J,c. lower,
tottan afloat 661,100; American 20,000.
H A vax, august 27.-Cotton close I dull a3d di?
nning ; on spot and afloat, If. 63c.
Nxw YOKE, August 27-Noon.-Stocks steady,
louey quiet at 6 to 7. Sterling, long, 9j; ; abort
034*. Gold S3X- Cotton quiet at ol};. Turp?n
oe steady. Beam Arm.
Evening.-Cotton steady ;sales 800 bales at 34X
Flour heavy; superfine $5 80*4 15; cosaaaon to fair
ixtra Southern $6 60a6 68. Wheat heavy; red West
:rn $1 60al 55; Illinois $1 46al 62; white Southern 68.
?ora acaree ; mixed Western filial 16.Pork taegu
ar andlowerat $32,^432>?. Lard shade firmer; ketti;
9\ai95;. Whiskey 22. Naval atores quiet. Freights
lotlve and firm. Governments closed firm- 62's
!3Ji ; Southerns closed dull. Money active at 6a7,
Iterhng 9>ia9K. Gold 33%.
BALTIMORE, August 27.-Cotton nominally 3?>i,
Flour dull; Howard-street superfine ?G '4a0 Wheat
steady; prime to choice red 45a50. Corn stead?
white SI 14; yellow $115. Oats higher, B9 to CO. Bye
lull, 10*15. Fork $31?. Shoulders 16.??. Whie
CINCINNATI, August 27.-Corn higher, $103a
L 05. Whiskey $1 20. Pork $33 25. Shoulders 15?
lides 18J?al9. Lard 19,??* .0.
WILMINGTON", August 27.-Spirits turpentine }?c
letter, 38?. Boan quiet, $160 ta $4 50. Crude
?rf entine unchanged. Tar-nothing done.
AUGUSTA, August 27.-Cot'on market qnet;
ran es ct ion s 8; salts twelve bales; middlings 32 ?j
ieceipt* 16; sto:k HU
SAVANNAH. August27.-Receipts 69 bales.
MOBILE, August 27.-Receipts weak, merely 90
?alee. Exports, coastwise, 24. Stork, 1108. Sales
if tbs week, 45. Nothing done to-day. Receipts 6;
NEW ORLEASS, Augu?t 27.-Receipts for the week
Toes, 432; nett, 365. Exports, coastwise, 2138
Kock, 797. Receipts to-day, 141. Colton-soles 16
?ales; middlings nominally 33. Sugar, cooee and
notasse? dull and unchanged. Gold 33,s?. Sterling
6\. York sight ? premium.
WILMINGTON, August 26 -SPIRITS TURPIN
nra-No ssles; 38c offered, but held at 38^'c.
BOBIN-Sales of 239 bbls at $1 60 for strained,
?1 70 for No. 2 and $3 tor No. 1.
Cairns TURPENTINE-150 bbls changed bands at
2 50 for soft and $$ tor virgin
d AB- alee. 190 bbls at $2 40.
COTTON-There was a small sale on a basis of ?3c
Bax-aales of 116 bales Northern, from wharf, at
Se ? cwt
New York Rte? Harket.
Tbe Jeumtl ot Commerce, of Wednesday, August
Tbere ie a moderate inquiry from the dealers here
and in the Weat, and as tbe stock ls small prices are
firmly held. We quote Carolina at 8^a9?c; Ban
soon in bond at 8aS?e ld, and 7&a8Xc currency,
duty paid. Sales 60 tierces Carolina and 150 baca
Rangoon to tbe bade.
consignees per Mas?as laioima tcaairoad
A agu st ?46 and. 97.
74 bales Cotton, 56 biles Domestic?, 46 packages
Bacon, 285 bbl H Flour, 300 sacka Flour, 601 sacks
Corn, 475 sacks Wheat, 2t0 bbls Naval Stores; 6 cara
Wood, 7cars Lumber, 6 cars Stock. To B B Agent,
B O'Neill, cam pren k Co, Stenhouse k Co, Wagner &
Mcnsees, Q W Steffens, Wemrr & Ducker, Goldsmith
k Son, Pelzer, Rodgers k Co, Boeder & Davis, How?
ry At Co, J Marshall, B Mure k Co, J Adgor k Oe,
Wast k Jones, B Burwinkle k Co, Tidemann.it Co.
Per steamship Sea Gull, for Baltimore-Thomas
Frost, Jr, Misa E A Frcst and servant, P Walsh, Jas
Cantwell, N B Waltr, Jo? O Hotten, C M Hopkins,
Per steamer Fannie, from Beaufort via Edisto and
Rockville-E L Turner, Mr Smith, J J Wright, Wm
Whaley. W E Mikel), WA Boyle, J B Wells and wife,
Miss Kate Fuller, C B Northrop, and 18 on deck.
Port - o? Charleston. AusuHt 28.
PORT CALBNDAK. ~~
raa ES or THE MOON.
New Moon, 7th, 4 hours, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th. 7 hour. 19 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 21st. ll hours, 3 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 30tb. 2 hours, 38 minutes, morning. "
BISES. I BETS.
* Arrived Yesterday.
Brig M C Bosevelt, Farnsworth, Wood's Hole-8
deys. Guano. To the Alaster, J N Robson, and Or?
Sh amer Fanale, -Adah*, Beaufort via Edisto and
Rockville. Mdse and t-un dries. To Jas E Boyce. A
Gage k Co, W H Harria son, Fontbern Express Co,
Wm Whaley, B O Adama, Wagner k Monaeea.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-CourteBay
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
From this Port.
Sehr Clan Bell, Amesbury, Philadelphia, August 24.
TJp fer this Port.
The Homborvund, Nielsen, at' Liverpool, August 18.
Cleared for th I? Port.
Bark B G W Dodge, Munro, at Philadelphia, August
Snipnews by Teloirmpta.
RIVA*XAH, Aucnet 27 -Arrived, bark- Mary Ann,
Sunderland. England; sehr Margaret, Boston.
giron*, tttyrmtfat*, <?tr
? . MIC HAU'S
ASE FOB NO OTHEB, TA EE NOOTHEB, AND
yen will save time, bealtb and money.
SUiOO BEWARD lor any care of disease in any
stage which they nil lo cure.
Dr. BICH AD'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cure?
Dicers. Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth. Sore
Eye*. Cutaneous or Skin Eruption". Copp?r Colored
Blotches, soreness of the Scalp, f crofaia, kc. ; ia the
greatest Benovator, Alteiative and Blood Portlier
known, removes a'l diaeaaes from the sj stem, and
leaves the blood pure and health v.
Dr. BICHAD'.s GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affectione, Rheumatism tn all it-form-,
whether fi om mercury cr other canaes; gives Imme'
Jiate relief in all cases. No dieting necessary. I
bave thousands Of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
'ither No. 1 or No. 2, $6 per tot ti.', or two bottles for
- Dr- BICHAU'? GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe spee
Jy, pleasant and ra ll cal cure inr all Urinary De
ragements,accompanied with full directions. Price
(3 per bottle.
Dr. RICH AU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR n'AMOUR, a
ladieal cure for Nervous er Gen. ral Debility, in old
or yoong; imparting energy with wonde ful effect.
Price $5 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to al) corres
lents. None pennine without the name of '"Dr.
KICHAU'd GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
;oJe Proprietor," blown in glasa of bot'les.
Address D H. R1CHAHDS.
No. 228 Varick-atreet, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circu'ars sent, " ly July 3
ROSAD ALIS, e
ROS AD ALIS.
GOODRICH. WINGMAN & CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,
May 8 stuthlyr CH ABLESTON. S. C.
gUBTH CAROLINA RAIBOIOAO.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABLESTOH, 8. 0" April 9, 1869. . I
ON AND AFTER ST?' DAY, APB IL 11TH, THB
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Cambra Rail
.oad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.so a. v..
krrive at Augusta....-.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mont^omerx, M em phi ?
?.'ashville and New Orlean*. via Montgomery an'
Leave Charleston.?.?0 A. ii,
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester R?U
?oad, ano Camden train.
Leive Augusta.9.(10 A. M
Arrive st Charleston...ft. 11 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M
irrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPK tsj
I SUNDAYS EXCEPTUO. I
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M,
arrive at Augusta.6.10 K. u
Connecting wltb trams tor Memphis, N'a?hvl)l'
ind New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
[.eave Augusta.4.!0 P. M
tiri ve at Charleston.4.00 A. *.>
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Ci aries ton.103 P. M
arrive at Columbia.4.4C \. y
Connecting (Sundays excepted l with Greenville aa?
Dotumbl ?. Railroad.
Leave Columbia.5.51 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.3J A. ii
Leave Charleston.;.s5 P. X
Arrive at Summerville. B.t.0 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.lu .v. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.25 A. 8!
Camden and Columbi * Passenger Traine on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDAYS, connects wiib
ap and down Day Passengers at Kingville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M.
Arrheat Columbia.11.00 A. V
Leave Columbia.2.2? P. M
krrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Surertnlendent.
J T. HVSPHKEY8,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
SION MEUCHA3/ 7.
ALES OF REAL ESTATE. 8TOCE9, BONDS, SB
CURITIE8 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
MO. 97 BKOAll-STRKKT
OHABLBRTON, 8. 0.
RkTPFRKN C EH.
Hon. HEN UT BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, SM.
l-oerai JAMES CONNER, T. B. WARING, Esq.
Oj> ft |:|r':*
V V i V ; *???.,".
THE "CAKOLIVA FERTILIZER." IS MADE KHUS THE PHOSPHATES OAT
South Carolina, and le pronounced bv various chemists one o? the beat Minutes known, only mlerior
to Peruvian Guano ic ita Ft BTILIZIN'-? PROPERTIES. These PHOSPHATES are the remains of extinct
la Ld and sea animals, and possess qualities of the greatest value to tbe agriculturibt.
We annex the analysis of Professor SHEPARD:
"LanonaTOBT or TBS MEDICAL COLLI OK or SOUTH Canonist A.
AnalyFisof a sample of CAR LIN\ FERiILiZBR, personally selected:
Moistore expelled st 212 deg V.16.70
Organic Hatter with some water of combination expelled st a low red beat.16.5U
Fixed Ingredients.66 80
Phosphoric A cid -Soluble. 6 96.Equivalent to ll 37 c clunie Phosphate of lime.
Intolible.S. 6.17.Equivalent to 13.43 Iuroluble (bone).
18.13 '.4.75 Phosphate of Lime.
Sulphuric Add.11.01.Equivalent to 33.65 Sulphate tf Lime.
Sulphate of Potash. M>
Sulphate of roda. 8.60
On tba strength ot tbete result-, I am lUa to certify lo tue sapenonty of tho CAROLINA FERTI?
LIZER, examined. C. U. SBEPABD, Ja."
49" We will furnish thia excellent FERIIL'ZEK to Planters and others at (65 per ton of 2000 lbs.
" . .?. . ' . ? -. O'
GBO. W. W?LLI-AJUCS Sc CO.,
gousr-farnisl}ing (KooHs? (Str.
. JL . DUO,
PLAIN AND STAMPED TIN-WARE,
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
JAPANNED-WABE, H0USE-FURN1SHING tiOODS, fte.,
Nos. 18 HATNE'STREET ANO 580 KIVG-STKELT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOOFINO AND CUTTERIN? DONE. tutbs2mos Augusts
titngs, QLljnnif?h, (Cte.
S K~0' O !
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
N?BVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUM AIIsM,
NEURALGIA, EIDNiY AFFECTIONS,
ERUPIION3 OF TBE ?KIN,
Obstinate or lone standing di ?eases of ibe
BLOOD, LIVER, URIS ART ORGAN*,
NEBVOUS SYSTEM, Ac.
It purifies and enriches the Blood, eradicates al)
Syphilitic ortcroiuloua Taints. Restores the Liver
and Kidneys to a healthy action, aid? digestion, reg?
ulates the hovels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
KW NOT A 8ECBET QUACK MEDICINE.-?
FOBMULA AROUND EACH LC II LE.
Recommended by the host Physicians eminent
Divines. Editoir,Lrngsiets, Merchante, Ac.
AW THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEI
C1NB IN USE.
FBF.PABED ONLY BI
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced and well-known Physician sud
Laboratory and Office. No. (i Matn-blreet,
Price One DoPar per bettie.
GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.,
DOWIE A MOI?E.
Charleston, 8. C.
And Druggists everywhere.
July 26 sao lyr
E R G'S I \ 1 V K K S A L RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HAS EFFECTED
innumerable cares, and bas gained for itself a great
reputation. 1 be discoverer of this Salve has applied
ltwlth eminent suocets in tbotnsads of cases dun?
ing tbe Crimean War, and has cured dangerous
wuunds, tu ru an v cases considered mortal.
MR. E. BEBO is the sole possessor of the valuable |
secret of matine this faire; from bis experience in
aaing it in Europe and the success attending its ap?
plication there, be has been induced to introduce it
into tbe United .states. IT BELIEVES PAIN !
Tbo;e ?ho have Woui.ds. Bruises, Cuts of all
studs, ot Sores, Pelons, Scratches. Musquito Bites.
Frost Bitten Joints, Sore Lies. Chilblai a. Children's
Scorbutic complaints on Boad and Face, are t-pecdllj
cared. It has proved nf aveat advantage to ladies,
and is peculiarly adapted rer pstbercd breast?, tore
legs, Ac. through confinement, and other causes
It acts Ifkc magic in removing Boils. Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and ba? been eucce-efully
used for Corna. Bunions and Soie Throat, by apply?
ing externally every evening before coing to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Price 25c. 50c., and $1
per J?r. Office. No. 260 Bowery, N. V. None genuine
unlesBcountersigned E. HERO'S UNIVERSAL RUS?
SIAN HEALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New
York. For sale by JOHN F. HENRY, No. 8 College
i-lace, Kew York. stutb
J? 1 8 O JW ' S
Warranted lo Remove all Desire
It is Purely Vegetable and contains
Tbe following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by tbe Manufacturer:
RICHMOND. VA., November 28.1868.
DEAB Sra-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the leceiptyou have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients of wbicb I have examined,
ls purely vegetable, entirely harmless, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that if tbe
directions are followed, lt will do ad you claimed for
lt. JOBN DOVE, M. D.
&3~ Price 50 cents per Box. The usual discount
to tbe Trade.
$W For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WBOLFSALE AGENI FOB SOUIH CAROLINA, j
June 7 '
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price, j
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot bo Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN <& CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
?n ? i i 205 Broadway, New York.
Principal J m cheijtimt St Phi]a.
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in tba
principal cities throughout the
FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A lt LH ST OM.
yyiLLIS Ai CH1SULM.
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHAXie
WILT, ATTEND TO THE PUBCHAST, SALE ANS
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ana Domestic Psrts) of
COTTON, BICK, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORE*.
ATLANTIO WHARF, Charleston. 8. 0.
S. WILLIS.A. B. OHISOLM
JJ IC T E R T O T A \ S ,
TURNER AND DEALER IN IVORY.
And Manufacturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUES,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLIARD CLOTH, CUES,
Letter Chalk, and Billiard Merchandise in general.
Mo. 89 Fulton-street, New York.
May T stace
frtj?Sj Cljfmircls, (Ctr.
OSA DA L? S
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Dv-uaarlstt ntfrFwntrc.
TJ\ ll E BASH ?? ?. P I L 1.1
THE BISHOP PILL I
THE BIS HUP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Coated.)
"CMSTABV BISHOP PILL,
'TB of eitmoriinary cffleaey for Costiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Ncrrcru? Debility,
Liver complaint." "lbs best PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TEY THE Ml
49-All Druggists in CHARLESTON stilt bern.
"Co-star's" nat, Boavcn, ?Vc.. Kxterma'a.
"Cottar's" Bed Baa exterminators.
cottar's" (only pure) Insect Powder. -
"Only Infallible Bec.eolea known."
"J8 yeer? established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"Il ! Beware! ! I of snuricus Imitation?."
"All Druggists in CH ABLESION sell thea."
Vor ti, $2, 99 and 16 size?, Address
So. 13 Howard-street. Sew Vori.
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C. by
GOODRICH, WILEMAN Ai CO.
March 23 , PAC '*,_ITT
Q J. LD HU,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. B. Corner ot* Blina; and John-8ts.
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL ATTENTION QI YEN TO
DEALEE lit FOREIGN AND XOMESTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AND PCFF\
BOZES, TOILET SETS, ?c.
PATE \ T ME DRINK S
GEMINE BAY ttl 51.
IS UNSURPASSED BY ANT OTHER. A TRIAL
WILL REPAY YOU.
LUHN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Hate no equal for strength and purity, and ought to
be used by all
SODA WATER DEALERS AND ICE CREAM MANU?
Mr. E. H. JACKSON, Proprietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "I recommend your Extracts without
hesitation to the public for Ice Creams, Jellies and
Mrs. H. M. BuLTinunELD. Proprietress of the Pa?
vilion Hotel, says: "They are well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal in them or nae them "
Ihcse Extracts are put up in small vials, by tbe
dozen, for the trade and family use, and in pint,
quart and bah* gallon bottles for manufacturera.
Congreas and High Hock Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Any arf cle*deaired, not in Stock, ? ill be procured
to ordt r.
Goods delivered in the city FREE OF CHARGE.
June 8 nae tuths 3mo
J1EVKR AND AG VE,
-asas-??. FROM WEICH MANEIND SUFFER
B H) over a large part of the globe, is the
^m\_A^T ? consequence of a diseased action in
^?~^m%/ tljo system, induced by the poison
tu (OT loua miavm ol vegetable decay. Tbia
JL J^^/ exhalation is evolved t-y the action
M of solar beat on wet soil, and rises
W with the watery vapor fiom lt.
While the sua ls below the horizon this vapcr
lingers near the earth's surface, and the virus
ls taken with it through the lunga into the blood.
There it acta aa sn irritating poison on the
internal viscera and excreting organs of the body.
Ihe liver become* torpid and fails to secrete not
only thia virus, but also the bile from the blood.
Both the virus and tho bile accumulate in the circu?
lation, and produce vio ent constitutional disorder.
The spleen, the kidneys, and the stomach sympa?
thize with the liver, and become disordered also.
Finally, tbe instinct of our organism, as lt bi sn at?
tempt to excel urn noxious infusion, concentrates
the A hole blood of tbe body in the Internal excreto?
ries to force them to cast lt out, Tbe blood leaves
the surface, and rashes lo .the central organs with
congestive violence. Ibis is the Chill But in thia
effort lt taila. Then the Fever follows, in which (be
blood leaves the central organs and rushes to the
mt face, as ii Ju another effort to expel the irritating
poison through that other great excretory-the akin.
In this also lt fails, and tbe system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and waits for tbe recovery of
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day.
These are Ihe fits of paroxysms ol Fever and Ague.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it is not removed.
We have labored to Und, and nave found an anti?
A Y EU'S AGUE CUBE.
Which neutralizes this malarious poison In the
blood, and stimulates tbo liver to expel it fmm the
body. As it should, FO it docs cure this anlicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what ia of more service to those sub?
ject to thia infection. If taken in season it expels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus kee;s
those who use it tree .rom ita attacks; keeps the sys?
tem In health although exposed to tbe disease. Con?
sequently it not ouly ruies. but protects from, the
great variety ot afli c'io ia wbicb are induced by this
malignant influence, such as Remittent Fever, Chill
Fever. Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache
or Dilious Headache. Bilious Fever.", Neuralgia,
Rheumatism Goar, Blindness, Toothache, ranche)
Catarrh. Asthma, Palpitations Painful Affections of
the dpleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Painiul
Affect ons < f the Stomach and Rowels, all of which,
when ari-mg trom this cause, will be found to as?
sume, more or lees? the intermittent type. This
"AOUE CURE" removes the cause of these derange?
ments and eurea the disease.
Ibis it accomplishes by stimulatirg the excreto?
ries- to expel ?he virus from the system; and these
organs by decrees become habited to do this, their
alice, of their own accord. Hence arises what w
term acclimatation. Time may accomplish the same
end, but otten l ie is. not long enough, or is sacrificed
in tbe attempt, while ibis "Ague Cure" does it at
once, and with safety We tave great reason to be?
lieve this is a surer as well as safer remedy for the
whole class of diseases which are caused by the mi
ssmatic iutecti m. than any other which has been
discovered; and lt has stiU another important ad?
vantage to the public, which ls, that it ia cheap as
well aa good.
Dr. J. C. AYER 4E Ct?., Lowell, Mass
Prartical and Analytical Chemists.
Pnce One Dollar per bottle.
Sold at Wholesale, by
DOWIt AT MOISE.
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Betall Druggista everywhere.
June 26 sao atuth3moa
Q F. P A N K H I ll ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C
THE ADV?BTT??W BEGS TO O ALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of tbs best Imported sud Domes
DEATH TO FLIES.
FL i PAPER
. iwoJbjjifll ?'. ?ol
SURE AND SPEEDY DESTRUCTION TO
y ' a dsKUi tX'Ssi
. 11" . ': . ; ital'.) ' :.uiU ?tfJ : ; ? ;
TBIS TROUBLESOME YIBIIOR.
FUR SALE BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM?
B"3T THE ADVSBTZSEB.
Which haye established for themselves s repnta'i JD
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
bas hitherto been extended to bim.
?jy H. U. S. PRUPHITT'S
COKSTGiTA'G OF HIB CELEE BA TED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANII-BLUOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
AND . . , "
TBE PZCELLENT BE1?EDIE8 OF O. 8.
PBOPHTTT, M. v., need no recommendation
their well known power In removing the diseases pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having at.-eady estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation m Georgia,
and the adjoining States. As the majority of person <
living in the South are predisposed to disease of lia
Liver, it is granted by aU intelligent physicians that
moat of the pains and aches of our people are due
to orgudc or iunctional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophltt's Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil.
Tb?V cure the Liver, which1 in nine capes out of eb,
ls st the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, FO common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Bheumattsm,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PltOPHlTT'? PAl > KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PUOPHITI'? Ll VElt MK Ol CI .VE.
Dr. Propkitt-Having used thia medicine f.nffl
ctently long to teat its virtue, ind to satisfy my own
mind that it is sn invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease Irom which the writer has suffered much,
for six years-and being persuaded that hundreds
who now suffer trom this annoying complaint would
be signally bench tied, as he has been, by its nae, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this remedy, which,
bas given not only himself but several members ol
bis fsmily the greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNT Y, GA , April, 1867.
Th i j ls to certify that I was confined to the hoare,
and most of the titre to my bed, and triflVrmg the
greatest agony imaginable with Bbeauutiirm, for
Ave months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, wi th no relief, I wa? cured with two bottles of
Dr. O. & Propnltt'a Anodine Pam KiU Tl, eacb cost
. ing t f ty cents only ; it relieved me almost instantly.
' I therefore recommend it in the highest degree to
othete suffering from similar disease. I can say
that it is one of the best family medicines now out,
certain. Yours truly, W. A. FOREHAND.
COVINGTON, GA., July 9,1867.
Dr. ProphiU-Having used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year in my family, I cheerful re?
commend it to all persons suffering from liver af?
fections, Byspepsis or Indigestion in sny form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as the best
remedy for that disease. O. T. BOGIBS.
SiairroBnviij.E, PUTNAM Comm, Oct 1.1867.
Dr. O. S. Prophxtt-Dear Sir-This is tocerfaty
that I have used your Ague Pills for Ibe last ten
years, and 1 have never failed to cure the Ague In a
bingle instance with them. They alwcys break tba
chills the first day that they are given. I can recom?
mend them as being the nest ague medicine that I
have tv it lound, and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, SJ tjninine, &c.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBBOOK.
PUTNAM COBSTT. GA. September 32, 1868.
Dr. 0. S. ProphiU-itr-I have used for the last
two years in my family your Liver Medicine, your
Pain Kill It, and your Female Tonic, and I have no
fears in saying that they are the best medicines I hare
ever used for the Liver and Stomach Neuralgic end
Rheumatic afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains of
every kind are subdued by them. After oeing the
medicines eo long, I cheerfully recommend them to
any ard every one, and to aU that are afflicted, as the
best and safest remedies for all the diseases for
which they are recommended, Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
UR, PROPHITT'S FEMALE TOWIC.
This Medicine, with its sssocistet, le a safe and
certain remedy for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alone are liable. It ic also an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervosa BliBdne*s, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or le?ale. It is a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting np a full and free circulation
throughout the system.
All of the above Medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent, ^
No. 121 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, 8. C.
Prepared only by DB. 0. S. PBOPHTTT,
April 16 a tu th6moe Covington, Ga.