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THE DAILY NEWS.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postoffice at
Charleston, for the *e?* ending NOVEMBER 19,
1868, and printed officially in THE DATL* NEWS, as the
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Alderson, Mies h Gadden, Sallie Nolan, Mrs Cap.
Austain, Mrs C Goodwyn. Kane tain
Baker, Mrs M Gowan. Mary C North. Rosena
Ball, Miss L Gordan, Mies J S O'Neill. Mary F
Benton. Mrs 0 Gregory, Sarah A Porcher, Miss L
Bell. Sarah J Hammond, Mrs E
Bennet. Ute M H Plumeau, Miss C
Bethune, Mass S Hammond, Mrs JS
Blackwell. Mary D "etch. Ma tey
jr BamUton, Susan Pinkney, Ellen
BoBer Mr? B Hardy, Kate Philips, Miss C
Bronson? Miss F Heidt, ETien M Phillips, Miss
Burke Mary Henery. Mrs J Parker, Mrs V
Brown, Anna M Hopkin?, Katie Palmer, Eliza C
Brown. Anna L Bortan, Mrs S Rainy, Miss R
Cantley, "FTrrl!t 'ones. Julia Richardson, Ma
Campbell, Mrs C Jones, Sallie A ry Ann
Clark, Miss M Jenkins, Mrs D Robertson, Mrs
Clark. Miss B Johnson, Miss G HC
Carr, Mrs L F Johnson, Jessie Robinson. Mary
Clark, Sarah Jewell, Ell? H carpa, Mrs M
Cobb, Lidv Jackson, Mary H sherdtn, Delia
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Corcoran, Miss Kockley, Mrs M J Smallwood, Sa
ME Keckley, Amelia r.hA
Collins, Ella Kelly, Miss il Spencer, Miss E
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Outtino. Miss M Law. Marv smith, Miss M
Dayee, Mrs M Lethman, Mrs W Smith, Mary A
Daly, Annie P Leonard, Mary A <m*th, Mary E
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Furmam, Miss J Muck, Mrs H I WaUcer, Mrs C F
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Barnes, F B Thomas A Phipps, C T
Baker. Dr Etch- Hancock, G W Potter, Wm H
ard B Hewett, E S Redpath, D C
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Blocksom.sw Co Bichmond, B F
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Bolger, M Gus Ruark, John W
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ter Burrowa A Co Riana, John F
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Brown, William Jenkins, James Saunders, T
P (colored) Soheper, Wm
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E Johnson, Mon- Sharey, C W
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dore K Joyce, John [Simmons, Henry
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Carney, Baaney Kimes, John Smith, Jon 8
Chaponiere, An- Kim, Wm L Smith, W
thony Kuck,Heinrich P Smith, J W
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car Lawton, Wm G Span, Warley
Chrk. Smith D Lawton. Ph?ip T Sparrow, fcteph
Corey, Lucien B Lawrence, ST en (colored)
Coalin, John Lapsley, Gool?? c rJ?ss, Eibe r
Conghlin, D Lopez, Sr DUEB- Stephens, J L
Connors, James ban Tury, Joseph M
Coffin, Julius i Lyons, S S IThlele, lohanes
Cross. William | Mahoney, T J (Thode, K H
irradie, Henry ?iiyer, FED inompaoa, H F
- Cudworth, John Maijenhoff. W G Thames, A W A
Darlington, H l> May, Henry C C
Daws, Carl Chris- Mi Uer, F C Toomer, W L
tim Mills, John steile, Henry
Dabs, C C Miller, Master Twictman, D
Devisa, James John Vanansdoleo,
Dunne, Michael Miller, John L Geo
Dunphy, Michael (F M C) Vickers, James J
Duncan, Dan'l L Middleton, Toni Watson. Hob?rt 1
Dunne, Charles j (colored) (colored)
Eas ter by, John M Morai er. C Wagner, John
Ea^fl. S W 'Horns, Thomas Anton
Elliott H D Morel, Charles Warren, James
Tl brock, JW H Washington, Al
En welman. Fabo Moore, Thomas fred
Feldner, Harry Moultrie, Josh? Welsh, M
Philip Montgomery, Webb k Dewitt
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Fitzgerald, John Murphy, B Wig. A
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ward Magrath, G (colored)
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Office. November 20
Tile Cliarl eaton Money Market.
THUBSDAT, November 19, 1868.
Business is still dull, mainly in consequence of thc
uncertainty attending tho character of our Municipal
government, but the tone is decidedly better, and
leading securHies aro quoted at better rates. South
Carolina rai'road shares have been sold at 38>? in a
small lot, bat are called 39, and as high as 40. The
bonds of this road aro about one dollar bettor. Old
State bonds have advanced from 57 to 59, and the
new bonds from 61 to 63. People's Bank shares are
now quoted par, and First Nationals hold their own
at 2 and 3 premium. Bank of the State bdls have
fallen to 15, and State Bills Receivable have moved to
Money is tight at 1 }i per cent
SOUTHERN BASS BUIS.
Bank of Camden..34 @ o )
of Charleston.34 @oO
Bank of cw?1".9 @00
Bank of Georget??T::::::::::::-:-:::-.,,.? ?00
Bank of Hamburg...;.,.5 Qm> j
B*ns?i dewberry.'..*..SC ?00
juank of South Carolina.TO @00
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.15 @00
Bani of Stats o? S. Carolina,after lit Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.1 feoo
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 @W
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston.. 1 (SOO
Merchant's Bank,Cheraw....9 ?08
People's Bank, Charleston......60* fe00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.4 ($00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charles ton. 23 @00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.
State Bank, Charleston. 6 @oo
Union Bank, Charleston.83 (goo
City of Charleston Change Bills.96 @97
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.77 ? ou
BONDS. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds.47 @so
City of Columbia Coupons.50 (&00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
iwhol? shares).39 @uo
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).19 @00
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.65 @60
S. C. K. R. 8even Per Cent. B'ds, ex coup.70 &00
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.65 (a 00
City of Charleston Six Per Gent. Stock_40 (?41
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.60 @00
State of South Carolina Booda (old).59 @60
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue.
of January 1,1867).?3 @54
State of South Carolina Stock.60 @00
6tate of South Carolina Coupons.50 @00
People's National Bank Stock.Par.
First National Bank Stock. par? 102
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.40 @00
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
" Bonds.55 @5S
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past due).50 @00
Northeastern R.R. Certificates ol Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.18 @18 '<
Charleston City Railway Stock.50 (?51
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee). 40 @41
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock!00 KOO
City of Savannah Bonds. 84 &0O
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
"* to 1st June, 1866).93 @00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, I8C61.97 @oo
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .5u @5"
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds!80 (487
Memphis and Charleston B. R. Coupons.. 93 r? 00
tCxportt for tiic Week ending Tnuwaay
LIV?BPOOL-Per bark HVloa Sands-25 bacs sea
Island and 1763 bales Upland Colton, and 202
baps Cotton Seed.
NEW YOEE-Por steamship Manhattan-18 baps
Sea Island and 1196 bales Uplard Cotton, 181 tes
Rice. 40 bags Rico, 76 bales Yarn. 73 pkgs Sun?
dries, 109 Empty Barrels and 24 paps Fruit,.
Per steamship Jami s Adger-1222 bales Up?
land Cotton, 21 bales Waste, 50 bundles Pa?
per. 165 pkgs Fruit, 139 tierces Rica, 22 pksrs
Sundries, and 88 bales Domestics.Per steam?
ship Virgo-63 bags Sea Island and 1360 bales
Upland cotton, 69 bale i Domestics, 2 bales Rags,
107 tierces Rice, 20 bbls Meal, 25 bbls Sweet Po?
tators, 17 bbls Peanuts, 25 pkgs Dried Fruit, 20
bbls Cbetsnuts, and 21 pkgs Sundries.
PHTLADELPBIA-Per brig J A Devereaux-15bales
Cotton, 148 casks Rice, 108 tons American Pig
Iron, 180 tons old Rails, 40 hhds Iron, 50.000 feet
Lumber, 12 blocks Tennessee Marble, and sun?
dries.... Per sehr W M Tiers-375 tons Phos?
phate Rock.Per brig James Baker-140,000
feet Flooring Boards.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Carroll-186 bales Up?
land Cotton, 30 bales Yarn, 6 bales Bides and
Skins, 5 hhds Hides and rkius. 30 hhds Bone?, 50
casks Clay, 530 bbls Rosin. 282 tierces Rice. 46S
baps Rice, 201 bags Dried Fruit, 80 pkgs Chest?
nuts, 23,000 feet Lumber and sundries.
TUB CHARLESTON MARKET,
ron THE WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19.
COTI ON.-The depression arising from unrc
mucerative manufacturing, and the expectation ot
an increased yield in consequence of the prolonged
iavorable weather .or picking in the South, arc cir?
cumstances which are operating unfavorably on the
price of thc staple, and these, with other influences,
have cause! a dull and dechnin; market at Liver?
pool during the week, and the fibre which jpened
there at 10??d. fy lb. for middling uplands receded
to 10%@10%d., and the New York market slightly
fluctuated, beRinning at 24}?. falling off to 2<@a24>?,
hardening to 24J^, and closing at 24,'i fy lb. for New
York mid.lungs, while al this port middling uplands,
which commenced at 23, decline J to 22,'?.
The great centres f r tho staple have exhibited the
fol owiug conditions by telegrams : At Liverpool, on
Friday, Novemb.r 14, tho article was dull; sales
10,000 bales; uplands closing at lOX'L; and at New
York the staple was unchanged; sales 1800 bales at
24,l4. On Saturday the lormcr waa easier, but not
lower; sales 8 00 bales; the latter WJS a shade lower;
sales 2200 bales at 24@24>4. chiefly at 24. On Mon?
day the former was qu!et ; sales 10,000 biles; uplands
10???10?? ; th- latter was Arm ; sales 2300 bales at
21%. On Tuesday there were no markets at Liver?
pool m consequeuce of tho English elections; the
latter was less active, and the lower grades dull and
drooping; sales 2200 bales at 24>4'. On Wednesday
the formtr continued closed by the elections; the
latter was firm, and some grades >?c. better; sales
5000 bales: middling 24J?. Yest2rday tho former was
steady; sales 12,000 bales; the latter was firm at 24,'?.
The receipts at this point for thew? kka-vc been
335 bags sea island and Floridas, and 7659 bales up?
land cotton from tho fal lo wini; sources: Say of up?
lands por South Carolina Railroad 6172 bales, per
Northeastern Railroad 731. from the Fee lee 442, from
Georgetown, S. C., 14; of sea islands and Floridas
from Beaufort. S. C., 67, from Charleston and Savan?
nah Railroad 25, James and John's Island 18, Edisto
46, Florida 97, Savannah47, Northeastern Railroads.
The transactions and prices in this market for tho
weak just closed wiD bc seen by tho loilowing state
On Friday. November IS, the market was dull with
an easier tendency. Sales 200 bales; ordinary to
good ordinary being qn itcd at 21a22, low middling
at 22#a22}?, middling 22??a23, and s.rict to good
ZuiS?Sg at 23;?a24c per lb.
On Sat irday, the article exhibiting a declicinp
character, and sellers having submitted to rates
about A?a}?c per lb lower, thc market became active
and sales tooK place to the extent of about 700 bales;
ordinary to good ordinary beiug quoted at 20}?a
21},', low middling at 22s22}?, and middling at H%c
On Monday there was a good inquiry throughout
the day. Sales lOCObales, ordinary to good ordina?
ry being quoted at 2QJ?#21, low mi-Idling at 22@22}?\
middling at22)i. and strict middling at 23c fy tb.
On Tuesday the dcm md wa? moderato at unchang?
ed prices. 5*?cs 330 bales; quotations as before.
On Wednesday some transactions were made at
figure? in buyers' favor, but the ^encrai market W:s
without important change. Silla 350 baits; Q.UQt i
tions as previously mentioned.
Yesterday tho market was firmer and mora active,
.nd in acme instances a small improvement was ob?
tained. Soles 800 bales, say 26 at 20}?; 51 at 21; 122
at 21};; 21 at 21%; 2 JO at 22; CO at 22}?' ; 219 at 22 W; 10
at 22?? ; 38 at 23. Wo quoto :
Ordinary to good ordinary.20*i@21}?
Low middling.22 @
Strict middling.23 @
To accommodate those who purchase for the New
York market we quote thc two leading grades accord?
ing to that classification :
NEW YORK CLASSIFICATION.
Middling. .?3 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Thomirket is i.n modoratc
receipt of this quality ot tho staple, tho arrivals for
the week having beea 161 bags of Carolina, 97 f-om
Florida and 47 from Savannah. Tho inquiry from
buyers has becu only limited, and we noto sales ot
about 75 bttgs of sea island and Floridas for the
week, among which were three b .gs ol' sea island,
stained, at 23; 2 do. do. at 2?c; 4 do. do. at 29c; 3 do.
do. at 32},'; 2 do. at 72; 4 do. at 8.'; 3 do. at 85; 1
at90; 2 at 95; 3 at RX; 3 at 108; 10 at 115; and of
Floridas, 5 at 73; 10 at 75; 12 at 80, and lu uz private
terms. We quoto medium to fair g ra les sea island
and Floridas at 70a85c per pound.
BICE.-Thc margot is fairly supniiclwith this
grain by moderate arrivals of Carolina rough, un J
we note receipts of about 3.1,000 bushels for thc week
Tho inquiry,has been steady, and prices fully sus?
tained. Sales havo taken place to the extent of about
10.0 tierces of clean Carolina, cmong which were 173
tierce? ai Tjfc per pound; 138 at 7}?; 17 at 7 9-16; 202
at Hi; 149at 7J?; 183 at 77<c per lound. Wo quote
common to fair clear Carolina at G?%>7}?cpor pound;
good, 7}?a7;?c per po?ud. Yesterday the mirket
was firm; sales, 120 tiorccs, viz: 49 tierces at 7??; 30
do; at 7 *?; and 50 at 7 13-10a per pound. Carolina
rough rico may be quoted at SISOal 75 per bushel
for interior, and $18da2 00 por bushel for sea coast.
NAVAL STORES.-Tho receipts havo been light,
and were only about 600 bbls. Spirits of turpentine
sold early in tin week at 40c. fy ga'lon, but has since
ha-doned to 42a42}? cts. fy gallon. Ro-iu has been
disposed of at 82 25a3 30 fy bbL for No. 1, and $1 80
for No. 2. No sales of other grades. Crude turp?n
Une la selling at ? Cv ?w-for VU??Q and yellow dip.
and $1 80 for hard.
HAY.-1 he arrivals of this article have been about
1100 bales of Eastern and 230 bales of North River
qualities. The Eastern was sold on private terms.
We quote Easteru descriptions at $1 25 fy hundred
and North River at $1 05al 10 fy bu .?red.
CORN.-This praia continues dull and tho inqui?
ry ls of the most limited character. Large lots are
difficult of sole, unleBi at low figures, and wa learn
of the disposal of a lot of old Tenues-ce at si al 08 fy
bushel, weijht, sacks included. Retail parcels from
store arc held about as before, say $115al 18 fy bush?
FLOUR.-The market is amply auppUed with
Northern and Western brands of this article, and an
easier feeling bas been exhibited in some cases ui der
thc liberal receipts, bat prices generally closed at
about thc ruling rates of the week before, say for
Northern and Western super S7 75 fy barrel ; extra
$8 75 fy barrel, aad family ?9 75 fy barrel. South rn
brands are in limited supply, and arc huid at about
59 25fo.9 50 fy barrel for super; $10 fy barrel for
extra, and 811?11 fy barrel for family.
BACON-This article is only in limitol request,
and pr me shoulders : re selling at about tU}?C fy
lb-, and prime clear rib and citar sides at 18,'jC.
Strips are held at lS}i@19c. fy lb.
SALT-The stock of this ar.iclc is light. S.ore
lots are held at $2 per sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-Tho market continues ;o be
fairly supplied There has been a moderate demand
at about 23 cents for standard aud 24 cents fer heavy
per yard. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1J? lbs. to
tho yard, is held at 30?3? cents. Sea island bagging,
45 inche3 wide, 2 lbs. to the yard, is held a C0(g 05
ROPE.-The demand for rope is moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. Wo
quote hemp at -cents ^ lb.; grecnleafat 10 cents,
and jute at 8}i(q)9 cents fy pouuJ.
IRON BANDS ILES ior cotton, of thc most
approved pa'.tcrns, aro offered on tho market, and
they are in active demand at 7a8c fi lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.- Ibero is a moderate
stock of this article, and we quote river floor?
ing boards at 813 fy M.; scantling and plank
SlOfel-? fy M.; timber of shipping and good mill
qualities there is a light supply on the market
and may be quoted at $11?12 fy M. Common is
selling at $5@6 fy M.; and city 6awed lumber at
$20?25 fy M.
FBEIGH?S-To Liverpool by steam, room is held
at %d. on uplands, and ld. on sea island ; by sail,
7-16d. on upland?, and %d- on sea islands. To
Havre nominal. To t?t- West Indies Cuban ports,
north aide, on lumber, S10@12, gold, and SH
@$12 south side. Coastwise-To New York by
steam %c fy lb on uplands, and lc. on Pea islands,
$2 fy tierce on rice; by sad, Kc. fy lb on up?
lands, and SI 50 fy tierce on rice; on boards
$11 fy M, on resawed lumber$11 ?M,(,n timber
$13. To Boston, by steam, via Baltimore, lc. fy :fc
on cotton and - fy tierce on rice; by sail %e.
fy lb on cotton, SI2 00 fy M. on resawed lumber,
and $13 00 fy M. on timber. To Philadelphia, Jfe.
fy lb on upland cotton by steam and -c. fy
lb by sail; on flooring boards $9 fy M.; on re?
sawed lumbC", S10; on timber, S12 50 fy M
lo Baltimore, by steam, cotton '?c ; rice fy
tierce, $1 73; phosphates, fy 2000 lbs., $4 in
pockiges, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
fy M SS&10. as iii size; wheat fy bushel 12c, in sack?.
By this linc to Philadelphia on cotton, %c;
rice fy tierce $2 02 ; phosphate per ton, SO
in packages. To Louisville. Ky., on rice, 75c. fy
hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St. Louis 85c.
By sail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore,
$9; on lumber $10; phosphates $5. Vessels are in
demand at neighboring ports for lumber and timber
freights, and high rates arc offered,
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 144*^115% for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York }i dis.,S days % discount.
They arc selling sight obeclu at par. Eilis beyond
5 days arc not readily negotiated.
GOLD.-Thc brokers wre yesterday buying at
35, -.nd selling at 37.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Noveaib;r 19.- Co;, so's 94 !0'. Bonds 74^'.
The Bank of L'ngland has raised its rate cf discount
from 2 per cent to 1)i per cent. There is a dccre.se
of bal iou of ?l,000,o00.
FRANKFORT, November 19.- Bonds 79.
LrvERiOOL, November 19.-Noon-Cotton steady,
sales 12,000 bales, lt read Huffs unchanged. Tur?
pentine quiet at 29s.
Afternoon.-Cotton quiet?alard steady; pork 90s;
tallow hoavy, at 29s.
Evening.-Cotton firm and s'igbtly higher; up?
loads lO^l; Orleans lld; sales 12,030 bales. Lord
dull; common?osln Gos 3d; fine ?osin Its Cd. Tur?
pentine 29i 6d.
HAVRE, November 19-Cotton on the spot quiet
and steady; low middlings afloat If. 22,'ac.
DOMESTIC MAB RETS.
NEW YORK, November 19-Noon.-Money easy at
6i7. Sterling 9%. Gold 31%. Flour more act ve
and unchanged. Corn steady. Pork nommai at
$29 50. Lard quiet. Cotton firm; uplands 21 cts
Turpentine drooping at 44a44}? cts. Rosin quiet;
strained common $2. Freights quiet.
Evening.-Governments closed firm; C2's 110;
Tennessee new 07>i; North Carolina new, 05 asked.
Meney ca y, with aa increasing call at 5a7 per cent;
pr me paper 8J10. Stetflng firmer ot 9%. Gold dull
aad lower ut 34.*,'. Cotton firm; s ales 3S00, at 24,,-?'c.
Flour more active, but prices favor buyers. Wheat
unchanged, with some speculative demand; millers
and shippers hold off; amber Michigan $2 20. Corn
cloi-es dull. Pork unsettled at 828a29 50. Lard 17a
171?. Whiskey steady at $107. Turpentino and
rosin unchanged. Freights dall.
BALTIMORE, November 19.-Cotton and flour dull.
Wheat firm; prime to choice red $2 20a2 4 >; ordinary
to good $1 80a2 10. Oats and rye dull. Mess pork
unchanged. Bacon active. Shoulders 14%al4^.
LOUISVILLE. November 19.-Whiskey 98. The mar
kot otherwise unchanged.
WILMINGTON, November 19 -Turpentine 42)?a43c.
Rosin, cemmoa, 51 00. Crude turpantino $3. Tar
$2 30. Cotton 2la21%c. for mixed.
AUGUSTA, November 19 -Cotton Improving; sales
500 bales; receipts 420 bales; mildlin?B 22c.
SAVANNAH, November 19.-Cotton steady; ealcB
COO bah B; middlings 22%c; receipts 1C93 bales; 0X
;;?rls ?oastwiM 1448 bales,
MOBILE, November 19.-Cotton opened quiet and
closed li m; sales 2lCu eales; middlings 22%022'ic;
receipts 1177 bales; exports, coastwise, 693 bahs.
NEW ORLEANS, No-cmbT 19.-Cotton irregular
but closed fi-mjr; middlings 23c.j sales 4900 bales;
receipis 6076 bales; exports 5935 bal??. Gold 35ii
>terUug-commercial 44%al5 % ; bank GfaQGhi ; New
York sight exchange % discount. Sugar firm; fair
lO^alOJic; primo to choiro 12}?il2%c. Molasses
cloned dull; pood C3c.; choice 7Je.
WILMINGTON, Novomoer 18.-TURPENTINE
Sales ol 74 bhls at $3 for soft, aud $2 for hav I per 289
SPIRITS 1 UOPENTINE-IS %C lower, aud '-)7 bbli
sold at 43c per gallon.
ROSIN-sal's of 490 bbls at $2 75 for low No I, and
SI 65 SI 70al 75 for otralued, cloMng at latter price.
TAR-ls5chigUor,and 114 bbls sold ai$2 35p.r
COTTON-One small lot sold at 21 '?c for middli.i;*
NASHVILLE, November 10.-Corros-The market
to day opened quiet, an : closed with moro inquiry
and a better feeling on tho part of tho teetora. We
beard ol'sales of good stylo low middliug at 19He,
aud ono smill lot at 19%'-, which wa? obovo the mar?
ket. We quote : Ordinary, 18J4'; good ordinary,
18%; low muming. 19al9>?.
The receipts of tba day amounted to 20S bales,
with sales ol 143 and shipman ts of 128 bales.
Stock on hand September 1, 1868. 00
Received to-day. 2>8
Receive J previously.0061-0969
Shipped to-day. 128
Stock on h md. 972
MEMPHIS, November 14
MEMPHIS COTTON 8TATEMENT.
Stock oa band September 1, 1863. 47
Received since yesterday.1,703
Receive I previously.03,489-67,192
Exporl cd sinco yesterday. C08
Stock on hand and in transito. 9,776
Comparative .Exports of Cotton, /rom
tJlC Port Ot Chariest nu.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain.
Otho. J reneh Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europo.
Total North of Europe.
!? outh of Europe.
West Indies, lie..
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, wc.
Baltimore and Not- ilk....
Other Onitcd St-tes Forts.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Exports of Klee. Naval Stores ?na L"Un?
bar from the Port of Charleston, ITSOB
September 1 to November 19,
IX. STORKS.) LUMBER.
New Orleans .|
Pro vi deuce, KI....
Other V. S. Porti.. |
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NOTE.-Wc have deducted troua Kew Orleans
8320 hales Upland, from Mobile. bales, from
Charleston 790 nags Sea Island and 139 bales Up
land, and from Savannah 1112 bags Sea Island and
... balcB Upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
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Charleston Wholesale ??rlccs.
BA ooma. * yara- " ^ rr
Duudeo. W @ ?5
G linn v Cloth. SI @ -*
SA LU ROl'K. Vi lb-Manilla. - f.'l -
Ju e. 8?? J
COTTON, 't^lb- .
Ordinary to Uood Ordinary. JO';^ Jiia
Low Middling. JJW ~
Jliddbn,; to Strict Middliu?. 2.',"- -J
Ciood Middling. - ? -
Sea Island. ^0 g 1.36
COFFEE, H lb-Bio.I -'O ? 26
Lazaayra . 2h (* "~
Java..'...I 35 Si i0
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. COO (?) -
Potato Fertilizer. S'S S -
Alkaline Phosphate. *1.00 @ -
Boue Flour. gf-J" g ~
Double Refined Poudrcttc. -<o.oo '?i -
Niks' Phosphate. ,w-?0 @ ~
Peruvian Uuano, 'fl tou.^-"? w -
Pacific Guara, fl COOO lbs. OJ.00 g -
Phoenix Ouauo. JJ.OO g -
I!aut:h's Phosphate, ? 2000 lbs... C?.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ^ 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapcs'SupcrPhosphate,^ 2U00 lb C5.00 (et -
Zell's lUw l?one Phosphate. i-'-1'" W -
Zc-U's Surer Phosphate of Lime.. 05.00 ft$ -
Woolston's Phosphate of fame..- I 66.00 CO 00
"-.iasdale'sGcD.-Supcr-Phos. net bO.OO (gi 00
Bowers' Coouiei? uet ' ' ? ;"i00 * "
FiOf/?.^bbl-Super .... J.J* 9
Northern and Wt-steru Fxtra..8-7?? G) -
Bal?more Extra. ~ ?? ~
t7?>iM'-Marylaud Oats, 9 bushel. - g -
Western Oats, 9 bushel. - ? -
Corn. 9 bushel. j" g J'S
ffvl F, ^ cwt,-North River. 1.L5 (? l-^u
Eastern.. . -
I UMBER, "& M. leel- ' M ""
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.'50.00 gH.OO
MOLASSES, 9 gallon-Cuba.I ? g -
Muscovado.1 . ~
Sugar House. M g
New Orleaus... - -
VAL STOKES, 9 bbl-Tar.... - ? -
Pitch. - g -
Rosin, Pale. . - g " ~
Rosin. No.].I 2-2G ? 3.50
Rosin, No. 2.1 }.?" ? }-?9
SoinU Turpentine, 9 KaOci.! ? ?
VA/?5-Xmoricai*4@2M." 'ri keg..i 6.60 ftd 7.00
POIITJS?-Tiapont's, F.b'-F. g.... G..0 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. ?.bO 60 .
Dupont's, MUWiuR.I 4--J ^
PROVISIONS-^, lb- , on "
Bacon, Hams, ti lb. 23
Bacon, Sides.I ? s'* ~
Dacon. Shoulders.| 14.V<" -
Bacon, Strips. - T -
Lard, in keg.I - g ~
butter..... ..... fd? 40
cS.... . ..... . .. 15 ? so
Potato?;, ?i bbl. - ** -
Ouions. - g ~
Apples. - ? -
?/('?.'-(^aroliua, 9 lb. C?4^ B
East India...? "~ ? "~
Sjli'f-Liverpool, coarse, 1? sack.. 2.00 (a -
Liverpool, ?ue. (,e 77
9 lb-M?w.I J8 w ?
Porto Rico.I I4 g JJ
Mascovai" .I lo" ? 15
Tel steamship Virgo, for New York-L Luhn, /
Glover, M Harlow, and J E Coffee.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto- R Loudovici
F Toabe, H Wilson, H Platte, and twenty on deck.
Stocka of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included In the Receipt?.
Augusta and Hamburg.November 6
Macon, Geo .November 16
Columbus, Geo.November 13
Montgomery, Ala.November 14
Memphis, Tenn.November 14
Nashville, Tenn.November 16
Consignees perSouth Carolina Railroad
1115 bales Cotton, 68 bales Domestics, 80 barred
Flour, 950 bushels Grain, 3 cars Wood, 3 cars Lui
ber, and 1 car Stock. To Railroad Agont.W W Smith,
Reeder k Davis. W B Williams, Prizer, Rodgers k
Co, T H lc W Dewecs. Goldsmith k Co, J C Mallonee,
Frost k Adger, A B Mulligan, G H Walter 4: Co.
Mowry i Co, Dowling k "o. T W Mikcll. tlaghorn.
Herring k Co, A S Marshall. W C Courtney k Co,
Kirkpatrick k Witto, J N Ro'ison, Brodie k Co, G
W W?hams k Co, J B E Sloan, Pincknev Bros, W K
Rvan, Thurston k Holmes, Strauss k Vance, J R
Pringle, Wardlawi Car^w, Grneser, Lee, Smith &Co,
Cohen, Hanckel k Co. W C Puk.s k t'o. Watson k
Hill, J G Mt?ett, F W Claussea and C A Von Dohlen.
Consignees per Charleston and Savan?
nah Railroad. November 19.
W C Bee k Co, W W Smith, Mrs M P Halsey. W P
Dowling, Reeder ,t D-vis, J M Babb. J R Bioko, J D
Osterholtz, D Graham. Hunt k Uros, H Session P
Bus, J R Pringle, H Bischoff k Co. Fraser & Dill, P
Tecklenburg, TG Skinner, Stree: Uros k Co, and i' D
PHASr.8 OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 7th, 8 hours, 39 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 14th, 5 hours, 47 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22d. 1 hour. 3S minutes, morning.
Full Muon, 29tb, 7 hours. 52 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS.
16|Mooday....| C..32 4..56
17|Tnesday....| 6..33 : 4..56
18|Weducsday.| C..34 I 4..55
I9|Ibursday...j c..35 ; 4.."3
20j'l'riday. 0..36 ? 4..51
21 Saturday... 5..30 4. ..11
22iSunday.| 6.-37 I 4..54
7.. 4 i 9.. 3
8..47 j 10..35
iii ar i nc Hems.
Port of Charleston, ?NT"ov,ber !20
Sehr Emma Baler. Leonard, Back River. 2260
busho s Rough Rice. To Cohon, Hanckel i Co.
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Hack River. 3150 bush?
els Rough Rice. To cohen, Hauckcl k Co.
Sehr Compromise, Perry, Ogeechoo. 2138 bushels
Rough Rice. To W C Bee k Co.
Steamer St Helena. Rumley, Edieto. 45 bales Cot?
ton and Sundries, lo W H Murray. Agent, Rave
uel k Co, J Y stock, G H Hoppock, Pelzer. Rodgers
k Co, Proser k Dill, G Waterman, J M Morrison, M
M McGorty, Seabrook, S Howe, aud others.
Steamship Virgo, Bulklcy. Nsw York-Ravencl k Co.
Steamship Virgo, Bulkley, ?tow York.
Bark Helen Sands, Otis, Livor pod.
Brig J A Dovorcaux, Clark, Philadelphia.
Sehr W U TieT, Hoffman, Philadelphia.
Sehr Kate E Rich, Doughty, Georgetown, S C.
From this Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, Nov 10
Sehr Myrover, Uro mi, New York, Nov 16.
Up for thia Port.
Steamship Key West, Rudolf, at Now York, Nev JO.
Sailed for this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia, Nov 17.
Shlpncws by Telegraph.
SAVANNAH. November 19-Cleared, steamships
America, Baltimore; Uorinan Liviugsion, New York;
brig Nellie, Boston.
The bri? Black Swan, Podger, cleared at Now York,
Nov 10, forGcorg.-town, S C.
The sehr Henry Hobart, Munoy, from Georgetown,
S Ci arrived at New Haven, Conn, Nov ll.
The sehr Campbell, from Providence, R I, for
Georgetown, S C, put into Newport, R I, Nov 16.
LIST OF VESSELS
VP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POhu
Ship Richard tho Third. Wood, cleared.Oct 26
The igra, Puliuoro, sailed.Oct 29
Thc Moniir quash, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
British ship Gorilla, Jones, sailed.Oct 28
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.\ugust -
ANT WK P. P.
Ship Narragansett, Hamlin, sailed.Oct 9
Ship Grahams Policy, Burgess, sailed.Oct 28
N G bark Gauss, Wetting, soiled.Oct 8
Tho Jane, Carson, sailed.Oct 21
The Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Nov 15
Schi- L Rich, Paddock, cleared. Nov 15
Sehr J Vi Alien, Duane, cleared.Nov 15
Slcaaishlp Key West, Rudolf, up.Nov 16
Brig Dillon, Blatchford, up.Nov 6
Brig John Welsh, Jr, Mundy, up.Oct 23
Sehr li S Tinsdcn, Ch ate, cleared.Nov 3
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Stcohnan, cleared.Nov 10
LIST OF SHIPPING
tn the Port of Charleston, November 19.
VM:?LS UNDER 100 TONS. AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN TUE STATE EXCEPTED.
Golden Hom (Dr), 1188 tons, McCeth, for Liverpool,
loading-R Mure A: Cn.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwo id, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Sea GuB, 610 tons. Dutton, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-Courtenay lt Trcnholm.
R C Winthrop, 910 to. s, stuart, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson k Stock.
Owego, 973 tous, Poat, at Atlaulie wharf, tor Liver?
pool, loading- W B Mnit i & Co,
Scottwood i Brj, 743 tons, Yeamau.at Boyce's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure ?V Co.
Sumter, 560 lons, Keouo, at Brcwu k Co's wharf,
trom Now York, waitinu-Muster.
N Musher (lin, 798 tons, M'sher, at Accommoda
tion wharl, lor Liverpool, loading-Street Bros &
Uaabct (Nor), 322 ion?, Lammers, at Boyce's wharf,
from Mocktiolin, discharging-J M Pr. deberg.
Boroeo (Br), 7o5 ton?, ('ard, at Boyeo A: Co's
Whorl, lor Liverpool, loa dug-R Mure A- Co
Lizzi . II, Slid ton*, Spring, a: Brown A- Co's wharf,
from Bath, Me, discharging-Master.
Cardigan (Br), 109 loin. Kelly, at Marshall's wharf,
(ur Queenstown and a Market, loading-R Mure
Cjc'on', 222 tons, Johnson, in Ashley Liver, lor
Boston, loading-Risley A: Creighton.
Crocus, 100 tons," Swan, at Palmetto wharf, from
Georgetown, s c. repairing-Ri.-ley i Craightou.
Joshua AT Maiy, 218 tous, Veal, at Marshall's wnarf,
lor Queenstown and a Market, loading- R Mure
& Cci- _
J B Kirby. 313 tons, Bernard, at Central wharf, for
Philodo.phia, loading-H F Baker J: Co.
Rosita (Spin), 115 lons, Snit, at Browu ?: Co'$ wharf,
irom St John's, P R, ju>t arrived-W P Ball.
Dauntless ?Rr), 133 tons. Edwards, at Marshall's
wharf, for Queenstown and a Market, loading
R Mute k Co.
L S Davis, 320 tops, Bishop, at Kerr's wharf, for
Minnie, 101 tons, Farrow, tn the stream, for thc
West Indies, ready-J A Enslow k Co.
C S Grove. 25s tons, Weaver, in Ashley River, foi
Baltimore, loading-Risley k Creighton.
Sehr Robert Caldwell, 456 tons, Mccormack, at Ad
ger's wharves, for New York, loading-W Roach.
W B Thouias, 303 tens, Wiusmore, at Central wharf.
from Phi.adelphia, discharging-H F Baker k Co
m H K C Iii li K O K A T li X>
..Arr?w Tie" Cotton Band.
THK D KM AND FOR THIS UN I VF. lt SALLI POP
ULAH COTTON TIL having so lar exceeded our ix
pectations in view ol the many other patents ollera
in the market, we have hiiher'o been unali!? to keej
supplied. Wc take pleasure, however, in auuouuc'n;
to our customers that we have now made sud
arrangements as will e>iable us hencc'orih to ke p ;
full supply always on haud. We are now daily ex
pecting the arrival of a shipment, when all order
awaiting execat on will bo lilied.
KOBJ??KT MURK. & CO.,
Agents for South Carolina and Charleston.
October 23 ?nw Imo
LAN3-KERSHAW.-Married, at Grace Church
Chapel, Camden, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. JOHN
JOHNSON, THOMAS W. LANG to HARRIET TU?
BOS K, daughter of General J. B. KERSHAW, all of
Camden, S, C. r
CALDWI-LL-CALHOUN -On the 18th inst., in
Ncvrnan, Ga , by the Rev. JAMZS Suer, Dr. WIL?
LIAM R. CALDWELL, of Charleston, S. C., to
ANN ELIZABETH, second daughter of Dr. AN
r-BEW B. CALHOUN, of the former place. r
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, from New York, are notified that she
is rtiscbargbig carpo at Adger's Wharf. Goods remai n
ingontbe Waar, at sunset will bc stored at expense
and risk of owners. JAMES ADGER k CO:,
November 20 1 Agents.
SOLE TRADER'S NOTICE.-I, HAN
NAH GOLDSTEIN, wife of JACOB GOLDSTEIN
formerly Dry Goodi Merchant, do hereby give notice
ol my intcntior to trade as a Sole Trader in ono
month from date. HANNAH GOLDS 1E1N.
November 20 14*
J93-3UY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
KUI ETE k CHAPMAN, corner King aHd Radcliffe
streets, and get a better article for tho same mone y
than at any other establishment in the city.
November 14 3mos
SST CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.-A
large stock of BUGGIES and HARNESS, jus. receiv?
ed, and for sale low for cash, by
L. CHAPIN k CO.,
No. 20 Hayne-sttc?t,
And Nos. 33 aijd 35 Pincknej-street.
November 17 5
J83- NATURE'S GREAT ALLY_IT 100K
tho world nearly two thousand years to discover and
remedy one of thc most faull errors that mankind
has ever behoved in. Prom the time ot Galen to a
comparatively very recent dato, it was supposed that,
in order to cure a disease, it was necessary to weak?
en t:ie already enfeibled patient by artificial means.
Bleeding, blistering, violeut purgation and salivation
were thc main rebaneo of thc faculty, not more than
filly }\ars ago. Restoratives were oidy administer?
ed as supplementary agents, after the lancet, can
tharide?, jalap and calomel had done their depicting
work. Modern science has effected a salutary re?
form in me 'leal treatment. In place of thc nauseous
doses once administered iu cases of Indigestion, bil?
iousness, constipation, sick headiche, nervousness,
intermittent fever, 4c, HOSTETTE1.VS STOMACH
BITTERS are now given with the utmost confidence
and tho happiest results. The reascn woy this ad?
mirable botanical preparation has superseded the
debilitating poisons of tho old materia medica are
these: it com lines the properties ?1 a wholesome
toole with those of a gontlo cathartic, an anti-bilious
agent, a nervine, and a blood d?purent. Thus,
while il keeps tho bowels free, regulates tho liver,
and purifies thc current of life, it sustains the physi?
cal a rength of the invalid, and by this means the ex?
pulsion of disease and the restoration of constitu?
tional vigor go on together.
At this sea ion, when intermittent and remittent
fevers, witb other complaints arising from a damp,
mephitic atmosphere, aro prevalen', a ccurse of the
BIT1ERS is the best moans of protecting the system
from au attack. 6 November 10
SS" ELEC rRU-CHEMlCAL BATHS ARE
now ready at No. 70 HASEL-STREET, at the office
cf Dr. HERVEY IL CLECKLEY, for tho cure of all
inveterate chronic affections, which have resisted
the treatment of all medication.
Geutlemon will bo accommodated during office
hours, from 7 to 10 A. M., from 2 to 4, and 7 to 10 P.
M. Ladies at any other hour, when thoy will find
an experienced Lady to attend them.
Dr. CLECKLEY will be glad to soe any of his pro?
fessional brethren (who ara favorablo to medical pro?
gression), and will tako ploasuro in exhibiting the
operation of the baths.
Certificates ot remarkable caree could bo furul-h
cd, but it is not requisite.
November ll Imo
JOST BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR YOI NG MEN on tho Interesting relation of
Bridegroom to Bride In tho lustitu'iou of .darriass
a guide lo matrimonial felicity and true happiness.
Sent by mall in sealed letter envelopes free cf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. 3nios September^
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properly appbod at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
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Rats, Mice, kc, kc,
without thc unpleasant
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their dying iu their
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we hvc in. No person need bo troubled with Rats
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onlv by htiiiself, from rare aud valuable compounds,
its cheapness is as wonderful as its efficacy-huu
ilreds of testimonials have been received from all
parts of thc United States as to its raine add satistac
tory operative power, from winch, for wact of space,
wc simolv select the following:
" 'WILLARD'S HO IEL, WASHINGTON, D. C., 1
October 1st, 18C8. J
Mn. ISAACSEX-Dear Sir: It ii cs mc great pleas?
ure to testily io tn gratifying resu'l obtained at this
Uo'el through Ofling your Phosphoric Paste; ills
now two jvars sure [first beard of your remedy.and
determined io give it a lair trial; that trial proved so
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JOHN WOLFE, Engineer.
For pale by DO WIE k MOISE,
No. 1C9 Mcetiag-streeet, corner Has J,
Charleston, S. C.,
October? wfm3mos Accnts for Southern Stat-s.
APAL DJSNTAliliI H A ,
TOOTH W A S II,
For Cleansing the TcctU,Preventing thc
l oi in a lion of Tartar, giving tone to
Hie Gums, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance In thc .Mouth.
SUPERIJR TO SOZCDO-NT AND CHEAPER.
THl> PREPARATION IS THE RESULT OF THE
eombincd sktll of the physician, dentist und apothe?
cary, aud it is offered as a RELIABLE substitute for
thc numerous uuer alu washes now in vogue. The
microscope has also been called toto usc, ano the re
searehes of a celebrated observer have detected the
m ai: uer in which thc tartar is formed, showing it to
be thc work of animalcule.
Substances which Ficinus found lo destroy the life
of 'hoc infusoria arc contained in the Dentallina,
aud thus it prevents the increase of tartar and conse?
quent loosemnc of the teeth. It will be lound useful
to pertons in advanced Ufe, eiviug strength und tone
to the gums, while to every or.c the aroma and sen?
sation of cleanliness after using it will lie sufficient
rcconimeudati m ; smokers especially will appreciate
Numerous dentists of the highest standing bong
acquaiuled with thc composition of tho Dentalliua,
advocate its use, it containing nothiua corrosive or
injurious to prevent i's uurcstrained employment.
Prepare 1 only by JAS. T. SHI NN, Chemist, Phila?
For sale by DOWIK k MOISE,
Corner Meeting aud Hasel streets,
October lt wfm3uiQ3 Charleston, S. C.
-VT KW Y U ILK ll OT IC 1*.
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Hotels of Ne.v Orleans, flatters himself that he cat
assure his friends ana the public penerally, that its
former w. '-Id-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under ils present
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A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED.
.inc Bottle of Resolvent ls Better Th.tr.
Ten Large Bottles of thc Advertised
SaisapariUas. or Direct Diuretic Rem?
PHYSICIANS wonder at tic extraordinary power of
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT tn curing
the worst lorms of Scrofulous, byphiloid, Chronic
Skin Disease.*, and its marvelous bower in resolving
calculous concretions, affording i inmediate relief and
consequent cure of Diseases of the Kidney, Bladder,
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, spleen. Its rapid Influence
lu tho cure of Diabetes, Incontinence or scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, cloudy urine; its almost instant ef?
ficacy in stopping itching and paiuful discharge of
mine, aud ils singular power in earing discharges
from tho Uterus und Urethra, L ucor.-hcca, Bloody
Uimc, and other unhealthy aDd weakening dis?
charges;-and inquire wherein thc S\RSAPARIL
LIAN used in the Renovating Resolvent differs trom
ordinary Sarsaparillas ! Sars.paiilliau is the only
principle in Sarsaparilla that possesses curative
properties; all other parts of the root are inert and
useless. One ounce of thc extract obtained under
Dr. Rodwoy'sncw process ter extracting the curative
properties from vegetable suostonces, contains more
ol'tuc true principle ol cure thain twenty pounds Ol
thc ordinary roots.
SARSAPARILLltN xs only one of the ingredients
that forms this truly wonderful medicino; and it is
the only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, clcauskg and reinvigorating proper?
ties through the BLOOD, SWEAT. URINE, and
other secretions, securing a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem. Lt the blood is corrupt, the Resolvent wdl
make it pure. If the Lungs are ulcerated and sore,
secreting thick phlegm and prurelcnt matter, tho
Resolvent will loosen this deposit and repair tno
wasting lung with souLd and healthy material, if
the Skin is covered with pimples, spots, postul?e,
sores, ulcers, ftc., the Resolvent will quickly rcmovs
these annoyances. If mercury is deposited in tue
bones and bas accumulated in the system, the Re?
?oivent will drive it out IS the Throat or Bronchial
Glands are ulcerated, tho Resolvent wdl cure these
signs or au early waste. Direct remedies, possess
lng only exclusive properties, are hurtful, es they
mercase the functional secretions ot un - organ by
suspending the constituent secretions of others;
bonce, a compensating remedy Uko the Resolvent is
the only means of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MLSD THAT EVE KU DROP OF BLOOD
Impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed to
supply the waste of the body, wiU make pure, sound
and healthy flesh and ni>r>-. 1'he first dose that is
taken commences, its work of purilication and in?
creasing the appetite andjlesh.
A REMARKABLE CURE!
SORES OA' THE TONGUE. ULCERS IN THU
THROAT, SORE GUMS. SORE MOUTH,
SORES IN 1HE NOSE, AROUND
THE EYES, dc.
If recently exhibited, o few bottles will cure, lt
chronic, or through the effects 01 Mercury, Pota v
sium, Corrosive Sublimate, from six to one dozea
bottles may bu required to make a permanent cure.
R. B. IL
A GREAT SENSATION 1-A GOOD SENSA?
J'AlN CURED IN AN INSTANT!
In 1817 the great grand principle cf stopping the
most excruciating pain in an instant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Opium, Morphine, Acontine, Ether, ftc, was first
made known la
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
This remedy accomplished thia w ondcrful and de?
lightful desideratum m all cases of external and in?
ternal pain. In an instant it afforded relief, the
moment it was applied to the parts ol the body
wbcru inflammation or pain existed- it at once're?
lieved the patient of tho most violent and excruciat?
ing pangs and throbs of pam, and imparted tho de?
lightful sensation of case and comfort.
Every kind of pain, whether Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgia, Toothache, Pams in thc Chest, Side, Lungs,
Stouiach, Bowels, Kiducye, Spine, Lega. Arms, Feet,
one application was suillcicut to kill and exterainate
Taken internally, twenty drop^ lo a teaspoonful
would cure, and will cure, Asiatic Cholera, Fever
and Aguo, Chills and Fever, Bilious colic, Inflam?
mation of tho Rowels, Cramps, spasms, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, and every pam that mav exist in the in?
side of man. woman or child: this was RADWAY'S
READY RELIEF of 1817, and it u RAD WAY'S RE?
LIEF, greatly improved, m 18C8.
Wethen started it in i's mission of relieving the
?nunn, pain-stricken, bick, distressed cud crippled
ol all nations throughout tho world, and now to-day
it is used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in the palaces of Sultans, Emperors.
Kaines, Kings, High Priests, Norie-, as weU us in
thc cottages of tho laboring claise? of every nation,
m the face cf the earth. !
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CURED IN
important to Know how to Usc "Rad.?
way's Ready Relief" in Acute
and Dangerous Attacks!
MY OWN CASE.
On Saturdav night, tho 19th, I was violently seized
with Congestion of the Lungs. For a few days pre?
vious I telt a dull pam over my lett lung, with
occaBioual coughs, bul being actively engiged, paid
no attention to it. When seized, the pam waa so
piercing, cutting and excruciating, that every breath
drawn was like a red hot knile cutting my lung. Be?
in" absent fi om home, I scut out for three bottles of
RADWAY'S RELIEF, applieJ the entire lot to my
lungs, back, shoulders, ftc, and in a few moments
got^up couutcr-irritation. Respirations were easy,
and, aa the skin becawe reddened, all paiu ceased.
In half an hour I was free from pam. and all signs
of Congestion, Inti intuition, ftc, gone. This ls an
important cure. It is well that every ono should
know how to usc this remedy in severe .-..tacks. Ibe
same rule holds good in cases of Influruuaation of
tho Loins, Bowels, Kidneys and Stomach. Apply
the RELItF freely; soik the skin with it It will
instantly secure the withdrawal of th. inflammation
to the suriace. and persons now suffering may, in
THIRTY MINUTES, be free troua pain.
In cases where inflammation has existed for a
length of timo, in addition to thc RELIEF, take six
ot RADWAY'S PILLS. Powder them. In half an
hour, in most cases, they will operate. If not, re?
peat the dose. In one or two hours at the furthest
thry will operate, and the patient soon get well. In
BibouB, Typhoid. Fever and Ague, this treatment ic
sure lo cure. Let it be tried.
JOHN BAD WAY, M. D.
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November 20 ?l