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BY CTEORGE H. MILES.
Let him rest In his shame and splendor,
In splendor and shame let him lie;
Whisper low, for the grave should defend her,
Curse no more, for he cannot reply.
Th. not well to stand over a body
Prom which a great soul has just fled.
And smite the poor lips till they're bloody,
For the sake ?f a sin that is dead,
O pierce not into their mystery,
O pry not toto the gloom;
Leave the truth to the slow test of history
The seals are too fresh on the tomb.
Ko word on the vault need be graven
Till the hinge has had time to rust;
And we-we will keep off the raven,
At least till the dead are dust.
THEN let them steal to the churchyard,
And the skeleton secret exhume,
Let them ponder, and Unger, and search hard,
And blazon the settled doom.
But not NOW, in the name of glory,
In God's good name, not now,
When the hand must be fouled and gory
Ere Its rifles the laurelled brow.
For a poet, though he may grieve us
At tunes with a baleful lay,
Jg ever the last to leave us,
The last that we let decay.
The syren song we inherit
Keeps sounding so fresh and near.
That we seem, both in flesh and spirit,
SttH standing by his bier.
And why should a libel borrowed
From oblivion stain his corse,
When each line on the cokl white forehead
Shows the Unger of remorse ?
HB was an Archer regal.
Who laid the mighty low.
But els arrows were fledged by the eagle,
And sought not a fallen foe. w
With the front of a lost Archangel,
He braved a frowning world?
ir^aar*"!, man and evangel
His fiery scoffing hurled:
Bailing 'gainst earth and heaven alike,
Till the haughty eye grew dim ; .
Bat he never luted a shroud to strike,
As has TWICE been dorie to him !
And why should a ghastly whisper
Be swelled to a common cry f
For beldam lips to lisp, or
Smother with half a sigh ?
For virgins wise to utter,
Unriddling MANFRED'S wail.
For SiLDfs sleek to mutter
-Should ZULEIKA turn too pale r
Why conjure a phantom terror
From the ashes of the great,
And, worst than vilest error,
Speed the horrible debate f
Why, when the world ls listening
To minstrels rfibed In light,
Wile us back to The morbid glistening
Of a Spirit oi the Night?
He has met the final audit,
He has faced the Judge Supreme,
Han's malison or plaudit
WIB bot reach lum as a dream.
Wait till the lifelong beating
Of each bosom is laid bare.
At that vast sepulchral meeting,
. And then-STONE him if yon dare I
Baltimore, September, i860.
JL TRIBUTE TO WORTH.
Protestation of m Magnificent Service
Off Plate to Colonel Richard Lathers.
Tho many friends in this State of our former
fellow-citizen. Colonel Richard Lathers, will
read with pleasure the following, which we
take from the Kew York Tribune, of Friday
The presentation of a handsome silver ser?
vice, valued at 15000, to Colonel Richard Lath
era, late president of the Great Western Insur?
ance Company, took place at New Rochelle
yesterday, in presence of a large number of
people. Among those present were the Hon.
Wm. M. Erarte, late Attorney-General of the
"United Stales, ano la?y, Charles O'Conor and
. lady. Richard O'Gorman and ? lady, the Hon.
Clarkson K. Potter and lady, the Hon. Wm. E.
Dodjre and lady, the Hon. W. D. Bishop, the
' Hon. WUsoS-G. "Hunt, Augustus Schell, H. F.
SpaldLng, Captain Thomas Melville, of Sailors'
Snug Harbor, Contain Loee and lady. Frede
rtekPrime, the Hon. Erastus Brooks, the Hon.
J. Penfold, Mrs. John Fowler, Mrs. Alban Mel?
ville, Miases Guion. Ac. The service consisted
of fifteen pieces of silver of the most elegant
design and elaborate workmanship, each bear?
ing tue monogram of the recipient,
wm. M. Evarts, in making the presentation,
"ft Lathers-It ls with much pleasure that
I am deputed by the Great Western Insurance
Company, to speak for myself, when I tender
to you, in the presence of your family and
?lends, this token of our esteem and regard.
After conducting the affairs of the company
fomaah many vicissitudes, you retire of your
own desire into domestic privacy. The com?
pany was founded to insure greater stability
. -and security in marine insurance, and to with?
draw the attention of the public from the too
guttering schemes of a purely mutual system.
Borne steadiness and firmness of faith were
necessary to cope with the unequal compe?
tition ana glittering returns of the mutual sys?
tem. They desired to establish something
more sale, more permanent, even if less
brilliant. At one time lt seemed doubtful
Whether their efforts would not prove unsuc?
cessful and have to be abandoned, when Mr.
Lathers, in full confidence that the company
was on the right track, brought the ship into
port. You have set before you a testimonial
! of our esteem and appreciation of your ser
Tices. This service of plate is but a vehicle
?f our good wishes, to be before you and your
. fly oily as a reminder ol what we feel toward
Sav It ls said that lt is more blessed to give
m to receive. You were always a ready
recipient. Everybody will give advice, but
very few are willing to receive it. To give
advice ls human: but to receive it is angelic.
In conclusion, I would say, keep the plate
bright on the outside and full within.
Colonel Lathers, accepting the testimonial,
spoke at length, in the course of his remarks
he sahl that ne felt a degree of pride in having
demonstrated that the best material for the
management of a corporation are men ofpromi
sent success in their own business. He gave
a history of bis connection with the company
??tan its foundation, of the trials that beset its
?arly .venture, andwrf thc success that finally
crownod the experiment. In conclusion, he
thanked the company for the handsome mark
_0f their esteem, and his guests for being pres?
ent on stich an auspicious occasion.
Governor Honman having sent his regrets
that he and his staff could not be present, the
Hau. Richard. O'Gonnac responded in his be?
half, and in the course of his remarks recom?
mended in his temporary capacity as Governor
all corporations to make similar presentations
to their officers, (maries O'Conor made a
humorous speech on the situation in Wall
- street. The Hon. Wm. E. Dodge, the Hon.
Erastus Brooks, and others, also made a few
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and N aval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, l
MONDAY EVENING, October 4,1889. f
COTTON.-There was a steady inquiry for this
article, and with a Armer feeling during the day
sellers were, in some transactions, enabled to
harden their rates from X@Xc f, rb. Sales about
425 bales, viz: 1 at 24; 4 at 24; 26 at 24>i; l at
.' 34Ji; 126 at 26; 43 at 25?,'; 67 at 25^; ?6 at 25K ; 50
i Lowmiddhng.. ..36 ft
RICE.-The supply of this grain was light, and
, we note sales of 42 tierce*, of clean Carolina, class
' e&fafr, aVsxcVm.''
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals of articles nader
thia head were limited. The transactions were 48
obis spirits turpentine, m extra packages, at
.39,Sic; 79 bois do., m country packages, at 38>ic;
-28-BWs-No. 2 rcejn at li 80, and 81 bbls No. 3 do.
at $i 75 f> bbl. ''
Markets hy Telegraph.
LONDON, October 4 - Noon. - Consols, ?3>i;
LIVERPOOL, October 4-Noon_Cotton steady;
noland*, I2\'d; Orleans, 12Kd.
Afternoon.-Cotton firmer; sales-12,000 bales.
w, DOMESTIC MAMET P.
Mff TORS, October 4-Noon.-stocks steady.
Money easy at ?a7. Sterling, long e*; short s\.
Gold, 7&X. Cotton firm; middling* 2?j<c?. Tur
peni4naflrmaXa4>kC. Rosin quiet at S2 2SR2 30
Evening.-Cotton firmer, closing quiet; sales
2800 ?al?; middling, 24c. Fleur heavy and lower;
superfine State, $5 50a5 80; common to fair extra
Southern, |6 psaj W. Wheat heavy and . late,
lower; red Western, $1 42al44; Illinois, Si 28al
95, Corn heavy, and 2a3c. lower; m ix ed Weite n
fgcail Ol. Governments heavy. '62% 19?,';
Southerns irregular. Money easy at 7; some busi?
ness doing at 6. Sterling Improved to 8Jia9.
Gold quiet and steady at 2S#. Stocks closed
BALTIMORE, October 4.-Cotton better, but not
quotably higher. Flour dull and lower; Howard
street superfine $8a6 25. Wheat dull at fl 4oai
45. Corn, white, $1 06al 10; yellow, $l07alo$;
mixed Western, $1 03. Oats dull at 58a60c. Rye,
$1 leal 20. Mess pork, $33. Bacon firm; shoul?
ders, 1?}?$11X? Lard, 19al9,'i. Whiskey firm
at (l 2iai 23*.
CracinKATi, October 4.-Whiskey $ leal 17,
Pork unchanged and uneettied' at l?,'5c. Bacon
held firm. Shoulders I6,',c. Sides 20c. Demand
LOUISVILLE, October 4.-Provisions firm. Mess
pork $32. Shoulders 17c. Clear sides 20,',c. Whis?
WILMINGTON, October 4.-Spirits of turpentine
firm, 4ic. Rosin quiet, $1 75a3 75 for No. 2 an d
No. L Crude turpentine unchanged. Tar steady
at $2 so. Cotton steady at 24&a25c. for low mid?
AUGUSTA, October 4.-The market opened firm
at 25c. for middling, but closed weak, y? to >?c.
lower; sales 460 bales; receipts 670 bales.
SAVANNAH, October 4.-Receipts of cotton 20S0
bales; market dull;' middling, MMe.; sales 250
MOBILE, October 4. Cotton in fair demand and
closed firm; sales TOO bales; middling, 24)?a24??c.;
receipts 1639bales; exports 184bales.
Nsw ORLEANS, October4.-Cotton firmer; sales
3550 bales; middling, 24Xa25c.; receipts 1580
bales. Molasses, reboiled 62>ia75c. Freights Im?
proving; to Liverpool, ll-16d; Havre, l?ic; New
York, lc. Gold, 31. Sterling, 38.?^. New York
sight exchange y, discount.
RAILROAD RECEIPTS, OCTOBER 4.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1546 bales cotton, 42 bales domestics, 80 bbls
flour, 1 car stock. To Railroad Agent., Brodie A
co, Mowry A co, J D Aiken A co, G H Walter A co,
Graeser A Smith, Thurston A Holmes, WW Smith,
W B Williams, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, G W Wil?
liams A co, WK Ryan, Caldwell A Son, Reeder A
Davis, Johnston, Crews A co, Dowling A co. Frost
A Adger, Wagner, Stewart A co, W C Courtney A
co, Pinckney Bros, J B E Sloan, and Kirkpatrick
242 bales upland cotton, 5 bales sea island cot?
ton, 38 bbls naval stores, 16 cars lumber, mdse,
Ac. To S D Stoney, J Matthau, Jr, Ravenel A co,
J V Barden, Kinsman A Howell, Dr F P Porcher,
williams A B, G W Williams A co, Mowry A co, A
J Salinas, Walter A co, W K Ryan, Frost A Adger,
Courtenay A Trenholm, A S Johnston, Nachmann
A co, Thurston A Holmes, Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
Ingra ham A Son. Dukes A co, H Daly, Graeser A
Smith, Jeffords A Co, Wlss A Co, J A Quacken
bnsb, A E Tharin, H Magill, T Choate, H Bischoff
A co, H Gerdts A co, W S Martin, M P Martin, E
Welling, Chisolm Bros, B F Simmons, and J A
Per steamship Minnetonka, from New York
Miss M Bourn, Miss Lee, Mrs M Johnson? Miss
Nellie Richards, M A Warren, lady and two chil?
dren, Mrs K B Savage, Colonel Fisher, Major L
DuBois, W K Page, R G Woodworth, J G Bcarse,
P Andoom, W Doyle, T Hickey, and W Moran.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-G W Bar?
nard, J Boatwright, Mr Hutchins, Mr Ayres, Mrs
Rollins, J Beattie, J C Doyle, C H Wilhams, G S
Rodgers, G W Weed, Mr Pollard, F Dowdee, and
io on deck.
New Moon, 5th, 9 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, I2tb, 4 hours, 42 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 20th, 8 hours, 37 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 28th, 8 hours, 14 minutes, morning.
6..38 6.. 5
6..38 9.. 1
K. t S.
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 5,
Steamship Minnetonka, Carpenter, New York
left Thursday. Mdse. To Ravenel A Co, Andrews
A Sawyer, J D Aiken A co, c D Ahrens A co, J E
Adner 4 co, M A A co. A H Abrahams A Son. M A
A Ashton, T W Bliss, W M Bird A co. M J Booth,
T A Beamish A co, H D Burkett, E T Brown, M L
Buckley, H Bischoff A co, E Bates A co, H Brown,
Bollmahn Bros, Dr H Baer, C Bart A co, L Cohen,
T C B, Cameron, Barkley A co, T McCarthy, W H
Chafee A Co, H Cobla A co, G Connor, C I) Carr A
co, J C H Claussen, J Campsen A co, L Chap?n A
co, W S Corwin A co, J Cantwell, W Carrington A
co, Chisolm Bros, Crane, BoyLston A co, Dowie A
Moise, W C Dukes A co, J H Devereux, P Darcey,
Frost A Adger, C D Fraucke, J S Fairly A co, I L
Falk A co, T Fairly, Furchgott Bros, Forsythe, Mc?
comb A co. J H Graver A co_J M Greer, C Grave
ley, C Goldstern, Goodrich, Wlneman A co, N A
Hunt, R Hunter, J Hurkamp A co. Hart A co, C H
Happoldt, T M Horsey A Bro, J Heeseman A Bro,
I Hyman, H A B, W Harris, A Hiing, Johnston,
Crews A co, A W Jager, Jeffords A co, H H Key,
Kriete A Chapman, Klinck, Wickenberg A co, C
Kerrison, Klatte A co/T Kelly, G C Luhn, J Lelb
man, C Litschgt, L Lorentz, R L, Mowry A co,
Mantoue A co, Muller, Nimitz A co, W Marscher,
W A Mehrtens, J G MUnor A co, M Marks. J R
Marshall, W Mazyck, N E Railroad Agent, Nach
mann A co, North, Steele A Wardell. J F O'Neill,
D O'Neill, B O'Neill, Ostendorff A co, J F O'Neill A
Son, Pelzer, Rodgers A Co, E King, C P Poppen
heirn, A T Porter, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative
Association, J Parker, J A Quac ken bush, JR Read
A co, C W Rennoker, A Seckendorff, L Sham, W
W Smith, W Steele, Strauss A Vance, Stenhouse
A co, StolL Webb A co, Z F Taylor A Co, L Thomp?
son, W G Trott, F von Santen, W Vince, J II Mul?
ler, E Ward, J H . Wuhrmann, G W Willama A co,
Werner A Ducker, J Wirtb A co, J N M Wohltmann,
S Yeadon, M J Zernow, and others.
Sehr A P Cranmer, Cranmer, New York-7 days.
Railroad iron, salt and acids. To the Master, T
J Kerr A co, Wando Manufacturing Company,
Railroad Agent, and Order.
Sehr T T Tasker, Allen, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To Risley A Creighton, and the Gas Com?
Sehr Althea, Smith, Philadelphia-7 days. Coal.
To H F Baker A co.
Sehr J S Clarke, Clarke, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To H F Baker A co.
Sehr Joseph A John, Barton, Ashepoo.' 1200
bushels rough rice. To W C Bec A co.
Sehr Palmetto, Power, Back River. 2000 bush?
els Rough Bice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
Steamer Dictator, McNelty, Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savanuah. loo bales
cotton, and mdse. To J D Aiken A co. Fraser A
Dill, W B Williams A Son, G H Ingrahnm A Son,
Roper A Stoney, W M Lawton, Pelzer, Rodgers A
co, Gaillard A Minott, Kirkpatrick A Witte, H Bis?
choff A co, Wiss A co, J Leversohn, J B E Sloan,
L D DeSaussure, Railroad Agent, C Litschgl, M
Wetterhorn, M Stevens, and Gourdin, Matthlessen
Steamer General Manigault, Cordes, Peedee
River. 158 bales cotton, 180 bbls rosin, Ac. To
Shackelford A KeUy, Mowry A co, G W Williams
A co, Kirkpatrick A Witte, J Colcock A co, G H
Walter A co, and J V Barden.
IN THE OFFING.
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, L.vcrpool
sailed August 19. Salt, Ac. To R Mure A Co, T J
Kerr A co, aud others.
A bark, unknown.
Steamship Key West, Rudolph, New York.
Bark R B Walker, Latham, Savannah.
Sehr Jonathan May, Neal, Baltimore.
Sehr J M Richards, Irving, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr Mary Collins, Collins, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr E M Baxter, Rogers, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr Joseph Long, Perry, Jacksonville, Fla.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York,
Steamship Georgia, Cutler, New York, Octo?
Pilot boat Pride, Daniels, Savannah, with pro?
visions for Martin's Industry and Tybee Knoll
UP FOR THIS PORT.
British bark John Bright, McMullen, at Phila?
delphia, October L
Sehr Carrie Heyer, Poland, at Baltimore, Oc?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, at Philadel?
phia, October l.
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, at Philadelphia, Oc?
' Sehr Thomas BOOT, Somers, at Philadelphia,
NEW YOBS, October 4.-Arrived, steamship City
SAVANNAH, October 4.-Arrived, steamship En?
chantress, New York; bark George Durkee, Da
rien; sehr Saxon, New York.
rjHOMAS J. RAYNER & CO.,
Particular attention to 8pecia! Brands for Grocers
Noe. 29 LIBERTY STREET AND 54 MAIDEN LANE.
?"Samples Bent to responsible houses.
-p 0 R HAVRE.
The fast sailing British Bark JOHN
I!RIGHT, J. W. McMullen Master, elassesStBt
3-3ds 1, i French Veritas, will be ready to receive
cargo this week, and being of small capacity
will have quick dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
RISLEY 4 CREIGHTON,
?pREIGHT ON COTTON $150 PER BALE.
FOR PHI LAD E L P H I A.
TO SAIL THURSDAY. .
Tlie Al brig J. B. KIRBY, Banard Master. A*
having all her heavy freight on bonni. vBSfr
wants 200 bales cotton to fill up and sail as'above.
OCI4 WM. ROACH A CO.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OF
INTEREST AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast sailing and comfortably ap
pointed Yacht ELEANOR will now resume^Bt
her trips to all points in the harbor, starting
EVERY HORSING, at io o'clock, from South Com?
For Passage or Charter, apply to
septl3 Captain, on board.
JgXCURSIONrf ! EXCURSIONS !
The fine fast sailing Yacht ELLA ANNA,
the Champion of the South, ls now ready '
and prepared to make regular trips, thus alton
lng an opportunity to all who may wish to visit
points of interest in our beautiful harbor.
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union
EW YORK AND CHARLESTON
FOR NEW YORK
Se steamship CHARLESTON, R. W.^Fififtw
wood Commander, will pail fromS?U?a???
Adger's Wharf on WEDNESDAY, 6th Instant, at 6
o'clock P. M.
For Freight engagements to New York, Boston,
Providence and Liverpool, apply to
ocU 3 JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
OR NEW YORK
REGULAR LINE EVERY THURSDAY.
The splendid Steamship MINNETON
KA, Captain Carpenter, will leave Van-^j,
derhorat's Wharf on THURSDAY, 7th October, ll
at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.
*y Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool. RAVENEL A CO.,
oct* 3 Agents.
JpOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
Steamship J. W. EVERMAN will^d?.
leave North Atlantic Wharf THURSDAY.?M??m?.
7th October, 1869.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
OCU J. A T. GETTY.
rpRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay in their^pjC*^
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-2fifia*m?
dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segara.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York._sept28 Smoa
Jp AST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, AND THE
CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Steamship SEA GULL, N. P. Dut-^?s*
ton Commander, will sail for BaltlmorejS&jaMa?
WEDNESDAY MORNING, October 6th, at half-past 7
o'clock, from Pier No. 1 Union Wharves.
A3- Through Bills Lading given to PHILADEL?
PHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON and the CITIES OF
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
octl 4_Union Wharves.
J3ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier^^f?SAL
No. 11, North River, foul ol Couul "ircct.^ASfifc,
New lork, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st, nth and
2ist of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sundav, then the Sttturday preceding.)
Departure of 1st ai. 1 21st connect at Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of nth of each month connects with
the new steam Une from Panania to Australia and
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco for
China and Japan October 4,1809.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free. ?
For Passage Tickets or further information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
Q H A N G E OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATKA FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON?
The Elegant and First-class
Steamer DICTATOR, Captain W. T.,_
McNelty, wiU sail from Charleston every TUES
DAY EVEN i NO, at 8 o'clock, for the above points.
Returning, the Steamer will leave Savannah
SUNDAY MORNING, at 9 o'clock
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savan?
nah for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tne
Florida Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys,
at which point steamers connect with New Or?
leans, Mobile, Pensacola, Key West and Havana.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
All freight payable on the wharf.
Goods not removed at sunset will be stored at
risk and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
oct4_ South Atlantic Wharf.
OR CHERAW, S. C
AND ALL LANDINGS ON PEEDEE
RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Thc steamer GENERAL MANI
GAULT, Captain H. 8. Cordes, is nowt
rcceiviug freight at Middle Atlantic
will leave as above on THURSDAY MORNING, the
For engagements, apply to
SHACKELFORD A KELLY.
oct5 2_No. I Boyce's Wharf.
"?R GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEEDEE
The Light Draft Steamer PLANT- _ ?-rT^ifc,
ER, Captain J. T. Foster, is THIS tff$ hfafflnrT
DAY receiving Freight at Accommodation Wharf,
and will leave with dispatch.
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL A HOLMES, Agents,
No. 177 East Bay.
N. B.-All Freight consigned to Agents will be
forwarded free ol Storage and Commission.
INLAND ROUTE VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON
HEAD, TOUCHING AT SEABROOK'S.
The steamer "PILOT BOY," Cap?
tain Feun Peck, will leave Middle,_
Atlantic Wharf every MONDAY MORNING, at
o'clock, for above pointe.
Returning, wiU leave Savannah on WEDNESDAY
MORNING, at 8 o'clock. AU freight payable on the
wharf. J. D. AIKEN & CO.,
Bept23_South Atlantic Wharf.
J) O R EDISTO,
ROCKVILLE, CHISOLM'S AND BEAUFORT.
The steamer "PILOT BOY," Cap?
tain Fenn Peck, will leave Middle,_
Atlantic Wharf for above points everyT???KSDAY
MOUSING, at 8 o'clock, untU further notice.
Returning. wUl leave Beaufort at 6 o'clock FRI
DAV MORNING, and Edlsto 2 o'clock P. M. same
All lrelght payable on the wharf.
J. D. AIKEN A 00., Agents,
sept23 South Atlantic Wharf.
J T. HUMPH REYST
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING, Esq. OCU
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15. 1869. (
On and after Thursday, September 16, the Pas
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston."-30 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.*.** P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.8-3? A- M
Arrive at Columbia..-4-40,p- M
Connecting with WuminK'ton and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta.-.8-?? A- *?
Arrive at Charleston.4-?? ?- M_
Leave Columbia.'-4j f . JJ'
Arrive at Charleston.4-??1 . M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.T-30 f?
Arrive at Augusta.6-10 A- M<
Connecting with trams for Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4-l? P- JJ
Arrive at Charleston.4>0? A- M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
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Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
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days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Caro?
Leave Columbia.5-60 P. M.
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It has won thc enviable reputation of being the
best and most popular Medicine ever discovered.
It ls daily prescribed by physicians, and recom?
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For sale by
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Charleston, S. C.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
*S* Ladies suffering from any Disease peculiar
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DR. LAWRENCE'S "WOMANS FRIEND.? It
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july26 lyrnic Charleston, S. C. .
^YER'S CATHARTIC PILLS.
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A LAXATIVE
Perhaps no one medi?
cine is so universally re?
quired by everybody as
a cathartic, nor was
ever any before so uni?
versally adopted Into
use, in every country?
and among all classes,
as this mild but efficient
purgative PILL. The
obvious reason ls, that
it ls a more reliable and
far more effectual rem?
edy than any other.
Those who have tried it, know that it cured them:
those who have not, know that it cures their
neighbors and friends, and all know that what lt
does once lt does always-that lt never fails
through any fault or neglect of ita composition.
We have thousands upon thousands of the certifi?
cates of their remarkable cures of the following
complaints, but such cures are known lu every
neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages and conditions In all climates;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious
drug, they may be taken with Bafety by anybody.
Their sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and
makes them pleasant to take, while being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their use in any
They operate hy their powerful influence on the
Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into healthy action-remove the obstructions of
thc stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their Irregular action tonealth,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such
derangements as are the first origin ol disease.
Minute directions are given In the wrapper on
the box, for thc following complaints, which these
PILLS rapidly cure:
For DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, LISTLESSNESS.
LANGUOR and Loss of APPETITE, they should be
taken moderately to stimulate thc stomach and
restore Its healthy tone and action.
For LIVER COMPLAINT and Its various symp?
toms, BILIOUS HEADACHE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUN?
DICE or GREEN SICKNESS. BILIOUS COLIC and
BILIOUS FEVERS, they should be Judiciously taken
for each case, to correct the diseased action or
remove the obstructions which cause it.
For DYSENTERY or DiAitRHOA, but one mild
dose is generally required.
For RHEUMATISM, GOUT, GRAVFL, PALPITATION
OF THE HEART, PAIN IN THE SIDE, BACK and
LUNGS, they should bc continuously taken, as re?
quired, to change the diseased action of the sys?
tem. With such change those complaints dis?
For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS they
should be taken in large and frequent doses to
produce thc effect of a drastic purge.
For SUPPRESSION a large dose should be taken
as lt produces the desired effect by sympathy.
As a DINNER PILL, take one or two PILLS to pro?
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite
and invigorates thc system. Hence lt ls often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose of these PILLS makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
DR. J. c. AYER A CO., Practical Chemists.
Lowell, Mass., U. 8. A.
"Sold at wholesale and retail by BOWIE A
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everywhere. CAC octa mwf3mo3
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Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe,
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Price $3 per bottle.
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On receipt of price these Remedies will be ship?
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thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other?
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DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR
Is a Tonic and gentle stimulant, which ls not at?
tended by reaction. What lt gains for you it
maintains. When lt refreshes body or mind, it
refreshes with natural strength that comes to
stay. Wc are not recommending teetotalism in
thc interest of any faction; but long and extend?
ed observation teaches us that he who resorts to
the bottle for rest or recuperation, will find, as he
keeps at it, that he is kindling a fire In his bones
which will consume like the flames or perdition.
Turn from it. Take a tonic that will refresh anti
not destroy. DODD'S NERVINE is for sale by all
Druggists. Price One dollar. See book of certi?
ficates that accompanies each bottle.
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CHEMICALS, DRUGS AND PATENT MED
Upon the DISPENSING'DEPARTMENT of his
business he bestows the utmost personal care and
attention, and guarantees the purity of the medi?
cines used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of the day and
Special Agency for the sale of
Messsrs. GEORGE TIEMANN & CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
HI8 STOCK O ?
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES, PERFU?
Is laigc and well selected.
AGENCY FOB THE SALE OF THE CELBBRTED
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGWATER,
A supply of which is always on hand.
P A N K N I N ' S
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes
to merit a continuance of the public patronage
which has hitherto been extended to him.
jy R. O. S. PROPIIITT'S
Consisting of his Celebrated
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
DYSENTERY CORDIAL, FEMALE TONIC,
The excellent Remedies of 0. S. PROPHITT, M.
D., need no recommendation-their well known
power in removing the diseases peculiar to our
Southern climate having already established for
them an enviable reputation in Georgia and the
adjoining States. As the majority of persons liv?
ing in the South are predisposed to disease of the
Liver, it is granted by all intelligent physicians
that most of the pains and aches of our people arc
due to organic or functional derangement of that
Important organ. Prophltt's Liver Medicine and
Antl-Billous Pills strike directly at the root of the
evil. They cure the Liver, which in nine cases
out of ten is at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspep?
sia, Colic. Sick Headache, Rheumatism, Constipa?
tion, Menstrual Obstructions, Ac, so common
among our people. Earache, Toothache, Acute
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and bodily pains of every
kind flee before
PROPHITTS PAIN KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PROPHITTS LIVER ME?IC1NE.
DR. PROPHITT-Having used this medine suffi?
ciently long to test UH virtue, and to satisfy my
own mind that it la an In lluablc remedy for
Dyspepsia-a disease from which the writer has
suffered much for six years-and being persua?
ded that hundreds who now suffer from this an?
noying complaint would be signally benentted, as
be has been by Its use, we deem it a duty we owe
to this unfortunate class to recommend them the
use of this remedy, which has given not only
himself but several members of his family the
greatest reUef. M. W. ARNOLD,
or the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA., April, 1867.
This is to certify that 1 was confined to the
house, and most of the time to my bcd, and suf?
fering the greatest agony imaginable with Rheu?
matism for live months, and after try ing every
available remedy, with no relief, I was cured with
two bottles of Dr. O. S. Prophltt's Anodyne Pain
Kill lt, each costing fifty cents; it relieved me al?
most instantly. I therefore recommend it tn
the highest degree to others suffering from simi?
lar 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, 1807.
DR. PROPHITT-Having used your Liver Medi?
cine for more than a year in my family, I cheerfully
recommend it to all persons suffering from Liver
affections, Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form.
I also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as the
best remedy for that disease. 0. T. ROGERS.
STANFOKDVILLE, Putnam County, Oct. 1,1867.
DR. O. S. PROPUITT-Dear Sir-Tills ls to certify
that I have used your Ague Pius for the last ten
years, and I have never failed to cure the Ajnie in
a single instance with them. They alwaysbrcak
the chills the first day that they are given. 1 can
recommend them as being the best ague medicine
that I have ever found, and they leave no bad ef?
fects following them, as Quinine, Ac.
Yours respectfully, A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM COUNTY, Ga., September 22, 1868.
DR. O. S. PROPHITT-Slr-I have used for the
last two years In my family your Liver Medicine,
your Pain KUI It.and your Female Tonic, and I have
no fears In saying that they are the best medicines
1 have ever used for the Liver and Stomach, Neu?
ralgic and Rheumatic affections, Headache, Colic,
and pains of every kind arc subdued by them.
After using the medicines so long, 1 cheerfully
recommend them to any and every one, and to all
that are afflicted, as thc best and safest remedies
for all the diseases for which thev nre recom?
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
DR. PROPHITTS FEMALE TONIC.
This Medicine, with its associates, is a safe and
certain remedy for aU curable diseases to which
Females alone are liable. It is also an excellent
preventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervous
Diseases in either male or female. It is a power?
ful Nervine Tonic, setting up a full and free circu?
lation throughout the system.
All of the above medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and RetaU Agent,
No. 421 King-street, near Calhoun,
Charleston, 8. C.,
Prepared only by DR. 0. a PROPHITT.
apruM6 stuth6mos Covington, Ga. I
WROUGHT IRON* ?M
BUCKLE TIE*. ^
This TIE can be applied Instantaneously to any
size bale; Requires nofpreparatlon whatever.
Insert the hoop in th?
?lot, ?od draw it tight a
roond the bale.
lt adjusts Itself to the bales, and it ls so simple
that it can be applied by any one.
When the lever of the
pren is raised the t?o will
fasten itself by the out?
ward pressure of the bale.
A fresh supply of the above popular COTTON"
TIE just received and for sale by
. ROBERT MURE <k CO.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
septo thstui2 Boyce's Wharf, Charleston.
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