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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Ses Glimpse.
High tide, and the year at ebb ;
The sea is a dream to-day;
The sky is a gossamer web
Of sapphire, and pearl, and gray.
A vail over rock and boat;
A br?*tt?011 108 tremulous bine,
Where the u^1 lie afloat,
Or, noa ware, wV" toa view,
They veer to the ros . ray;
They dusk to the violet shade;
Like a thought they flit away;
Like a foolish hope, they fade.
Bat listen I a sudden plash I
A ship is heaving in sight.
With a stir, and a noisy dash
Of the salt foam, seething white,
Tar-grime 1 and weathc- . ,
The sailors shout . --stained.
/taunt of the > ? . iTom her deo?, >
Of the d' blne^veined,
^..smy waves theY rt-ck.
-id t?l? sunb-iittt girl who stands.
"Where her feet on the wet wrack slip
Eyes shad ed with lithe, brown hands
6be sees hut the coming ship.
TRO M RITUALISM TO ROME.
Letter of tine Rev. Dr. Rogers, of Mem?
phis, announcing hie Adhesion to the
Roman Catholic Church-His Fare?
well to his Flock.
The following is the letter in which the Rev.
J. W. Bogers, the Rector of "The Church of
the Blessed Virgin," in Memphis, and the lead?
er of Ritualism in Tennessee, announces to his
congregation his formal adhesion to the Church
MEUT-RM, November 12, 1863.
To the Congregation of the Church of the
BELOVED IN CHRISM - Grappling, however fee?
bly, with the manifold errors of Rationalism
during the past year, I determined some
months since, as yon ail know, to throw my?
self, heart and soul, into the effort now bern?
made by the Catholic party in the Church of
England to unite that church, with the Church
of Borne; but, unwilling to do anything
stealthily, I preached and wrote too boldly
for my brethren, and declared on the house?
top what others admitted in pnvale.
The Bishop sent bis "interdiction" but
"was unable consistently to try me; mean?
while my studies and efforts convinced
me, more and more, that even if our clergy
were ready for such a union as that proposed,
i be people would, for the most part, split on
the rock of private interpretation, so that after
all, our partial success would onlv be a quasi
?notification for future svhisms, whenever im?
itions rulers, ecclesiastical or civil, should
grow restive under the Cross; and therefore,
after mature deliberation-led, I h umbi v trust,
by the Holy Spirit-1 have determined to re
- nounce the Episcopal Church, and leave the
rest to God. Should those pure and noble
spirits who have hitherto sought the catholic
truth under my poor administrations, now feel
bound to abandon all further investigation in
its behalf, I need scarcely say, considering the
awful struggles my own soul has experienced,
that it is what most men would do. It is a
fearful thing to meet the averted glances of
those who onoo loved us, but far more terrible
will it be, beloved, to meet an offended God and
I have, therefore, deliberately (though most
unworthy of it), ascended this cross, even
when my friendless wife and children, like the
Blessed Virgin and St. John, suffer around it.
1' believe the ancient See of Borne to be the
centre of all jurisdiction in my Master's King?
dom, and humbly yield to convictions which
all nay wordly hopes and interests would dis?
Appealing to God, the Father, Son and Ho'y
Ghost, for the purity of my motives, I am, as
ever, your faithful servant in Christ Jesus..
J. W. BOGERS.
The Memphis Avalanche intimates that thc
movement of Dr. Bogers-who from early boy?
hood has been identified with Memphis and
with the Episcopal Church of the Southwest
was precipitated by the action of the late Epis?
copal General Convention on the subject ol
Ritualism. Dr. Rogers' farewell to his flock
was pronounced on Sunday, the 15th, in the
presence of an immense congregation. Tho
Avalanche says :
At about quarter past eleven Dr. Rogers
came before the audience in plain dress and
addressed them. After adverting to the pecu?
liar circumstances under which be came before
them, he proceeded to one of the most power?
ful discourses that we have ever listened to.
During the course of his address flashes ol
eloquence lit up the otherwise argumentative
oration, and when he came to the close-the
'bidding farewell to the flock that had followed
his lead, many of whom he had baptised a?
children, and who had grown up under his
very eye, and all of whom had known him for a
quarter of a century, in his struggles with the
world and against it-the scene was truly
affecting. There was scarcely a dry eye in the
church. Dr. Bogers, in conclusion, said that
he had considered and weighed the question
well, and bad determined that it was not lor
him to withstand the edicts of those who,
rightfully or wrongfully, are the leaders of a
branch of the church to which he held allegi?
ance. Believing that the doctrines of the
Church of Borne were right, he would goto
them, and he implored all those who were,
like himself, in the awful state of doubt, to
make up their minds either not to resist or to
go with him. At the conclusion there was not
a dry eye in the house, and we understand that
many of those who thus far have followed the
fortunes of Dr. Bogers have determined to go
with him into the bosom of tho Church of
A DELIGHTED AND HAPP? WOMAN_I need
not say that Mrs. Graves is a delighted and
happy woman. Such a machine would carry
joy and gladness into teu thousand families
now rendered unhappy by the unending Auger
toil of the worn wife and mother. I would not,
for my wife's sake, exchange her Willcox &
Gibbs' machine for the best of all others
known to me, and five hundred dollars. What
are a few paltry dollars when weighed against
her ever recurring worriment. over "broken
needles" and "disordered machinery ?"
Ii my testimony in behalf of tho superiority
of your machine over all others used in m v
family should influence any kind and gener?
ous husband to procure one for bis wife-or to
put his "G-," or "S-,"or "W-,"
or "H-" machine in tho market, as I did,
and buy a " W. & G.," I am satisfied that that
woman would ever remember me most grate?
fully_[Letter of Rev. John B. Graves, Mag?
nolia, Miss., April 12,1866.
SOUTHERN Excess J ON PABTT.-A large party
of gentlemen and ladies left Hazers town, Md.,
on Wednesday, on their way for the sunny
South. The party numbered between forty
and fifty, and left by way of Washington Coun?
ty and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, a special
car having been furnished for the occas un by
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The party
was r&ised by Daniel Dechen, one of the edi?
tors of the Hagerstown Mail, who goes with
th 3m. Among other gentlemen who composed
tho excursion were J. M. Cooper, editor of
Valley Spirit, Chambersburg; J. P. Campbell,
editor of the Al toona Vindicator: William M.
Breslin, editor of the Lebanon Advertiser, and
N. J. Stermin, editor of the Lancaster Intelli?
gencer. The party is composed of Marvlan
ders and Pennsylvanians.
LIVERPOOL-Per British steamship Golden Horn
183 bags Sea Island and 2553 bales Upland Cot?
A POBP IN THE UNITED KINGDOM-Per British
bru? Cardigan-587 bbls Spirits Turpentine, and
1035 bb s Rosin.
eALBARIEN, CUBA-Per sehr Miunie-66,069 feet
Pitch Pine Lumber, 2 Yellow Pine Spars, 4.0 bbls
Flour, 6 bbls Pitch, 1 bDl Turpentine, 2 bb's Tar,
and 10 colls Rope.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-13 bags Sea
Island and 1781 bales Upland Cotton. 156 tierces
Rice, 100 En pty Barrels, 28 bags and 21 bbls
Fruit, Uti bales Domestics, and Cl Packages.
BALTIMORE-Per sieamshiu Sea Gull-288 bales
Cotton. 185 tierces and 210 bags Klee, 31 biles
Yam, 6 bbls Brandy, 100 casks clay, 99 sacks Pea?
nuts, 68 boxes Tooacco. 7 bbls Pork, 33 bhds
Bones, 16 pkgs Hides and skins 40,000 feet Lum?
ber, and Sundries.
.. Marleston Cotton and Rice Marltet.
OFFICE Ot THE CHARLESTON DAILV NEWS, l
CHARLESTON. Saturday Evening, Nov. 21, '08. J
COTTON.-The market continued stiff, but the de
mtnd was somewhat diminished by the non receipt
of Liverpool dispatches. Soles 500 bales, viz : 26 ut
20>i; 117at21;93?t21K; 25 at 21 Ji; 102 at 22; 24 at
22%; 48 at 22%; 49 at 23%; 24 at 23; 7 at 23?. We
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.20%@22
Strict Middling.23 @23H
To facilitate purchasers for the New York market,
we quote the two leading grades by that classification.
saw TOBE CLAssm -ATios.
RICH.-The demand for this grain continues to be
fairly active at stea-ly rates. Sales 3S5 tierces of
cleau C*T1'*1*. ?y : I?? tierces at 7? $ ft; 8 at 7}
35 at 7 9-10 i 139 at 7 11'165 45 at 77?'? $ ?. We quote
commtn to iMi? P3?"* Carolina at 6%a7%c ? ft;
Markets by Telegraph.
LTVEBPOOL, November 21-Noon.-Cotton tends,
up ; sales 15,000 bales ; prices unchanged. Red
wheat 9s. 9d.
Evening.-Cot'on buoyant ; upends 10%all; Or?
leans ll%all% ; sa'es 20 000 balee. The Egyptian
crop this year aggregates 2,000,000 cantar?.
NEW YOBK, November 21-Noon.-Money easy
at Cu7; sterling 9%; cold 34J?.
Evening-Money easier at 4a6. Go'd 34)?. Gov?
ernments strong. Stocks lower. Cotton less active
and steady; sales 1500 bales at 24>?. Flour droop?
ing. Wheat heavy and lc lower. Corn slightly fa?
vors buyers. Whiskey steady at $1 C6t Western held
at $1 08. Pork heavy at $28a29. Lard quiet. Naval
stores dull. Freights quiet and a e&'ade firmer.
Si. LOOTS, November 2L-Fleur qu'et and un
changed; tupcTone $4 75a5 75. Corn firm, old Sta
83. Mess pork $2*. Bac*n easior; shoulders 12%a
12%; clear sides 19. Lard, choice kettle 15315%.
Whiskey dull at'98.
CTNCINSATJL. November 21.- Bacon dull, shoulders
Offered at ia. Whitey 97.
WnArrsGTOs, November 21.-Spirits turpentine
43. Rosin, 1 jw grades $180al 85. Turpentine S2a3.
Tar $2 30. Cotton dull at Vla23%.
AUGUSTA, November 21.-Cotton firm with a mod?
erate demand,chiefly for middling and highor grades.
Sales were made on a basis of 22% for middling, at
which fae market closed; sales 474 bales; receipts
SAVANNXH.'.November 31-Cotton opaned quiet but
steady; with a fair margin till noon, then became
quiet and closed firmer with advances of %a%; mid?
dling 23a23%; receipts 2007 biles.
MOBILE, November21.-Cotton, salea 15.10 bales;
middlings 22>ia22%; market opened with inside aad
closed firm at outside figure; receipts 361 boles; i X
ports 378 boles.
NEW ORLEANS, November21 -Col on bettpr; mid?
dlings 23% ?sales 6450 bales; receipts 3675; exports
7752 bales. Gold 134%?1S5; sterliu?, commercial,
45%; bank 46%a46%; New York sight % discount.
Sugar higher, fully fair 11%; prune 12% ; clarified
13%. Molasses lower: common 55a37>i; choice 70;
The Liverpool Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL, Friday Fveninr. November 6.-COT?
TON.-[From the Broker's Circular.]-Cotton has
been in active demand throughout the week, and
though there has been a fair supply o?Vring, prices
close about %d por lb above the quotations of last
Thursday. In sea island there his boen a fair amount
of business, and the common qualities are especially
firm. America has advanced %d per lb an the cur?
rent quain icc; the actual stock cf this description m
Liverpool has been taken to-day, and proves to be
47,170 bales, which is 29.5J0 above the previous esti?
mate. New York advices to tho Sta Instant quote
middlin;; 25 f^c, costing to sell in Liverpool ll%d por
lb, by steamer.
Brazil contiQr.es in good demand, and prices have
advanced %d per lb. Egyptian hag boen in fair re?
quest, at > teady prices. J he demand for East India
has been considerable, and, although tue supply
offering oat of the recent arrivals has been Booral,
quotations are advanced generally %d to %d per lb.
In colton "to arrive" the transactions continue to be
chiefly in American, and the latest quotations are
American, basis of middling : From New Orleans,
rhipment October-November, 10?id; November
December, 103,d; nearly due, lljid and lld; from
New York, bales, at sea, steamer, 10%d. Dharwar,
fair. October-Novombershipment 8>?d per lb. 'the
sale's of the week amount to 121.440 bales, including
20,400 on speculation and 26 680 declared tor export,
leaving 68.360 bales to tho trade. Fridav, November
6 -'J ho sales to-day amounted to 15,000 bales, in?
cluding 5000 on speculation and for export, the mar?
ket closing firm.
SALES OF COTTON FOB WEEK ENDING NOV. 5
Bales. D. D. Bales.
310 Seo Island.18 $52
10 Ditto Stained... 7 (gili
750j Upland..8 ?11*
3"20 Mobile.10 (?11%
6771 Orleans. 7%<g)13
6810 Pernamfc Par'bl0hi?12 1
3320 Rio (Santos).... 9>?@11% ! 1300 speculation.
1270 Maranham..10^6)11% ! 1130 export
7660 Bahia*:Macelo. 9%?lt% I
4070 Egyptian.6j$?26 I 110 speculation.
440 Smyrna, atc... 8x<& 9% J 170 expoit
630 West India, Ac. 9 @30 } _
-LaGuayra.- ?- Snort!
1380 Peruvian.10%@12 J 8?0 exP0"
78500 Eaat Indian.... 6%?10 23230 speculation.
China A Japan.- (g- J 31920 export
PT08 d;JT* for fair I Import thia week.
Mobile.11% I West Indies, 4c... 2175
Orleans.12% j East Indian.27604
The stock cf cotton is estimated to-day at 426,810
bales, ag?in?t 571,800 bales last year, thus showing
a decrease of 244,990 eales. There are in stock
47,870 halos only of American, against 13.1,190; 38.330
balen Brazil, against 74,710 ; 9530 bales Egyptlau
against 22.320. and 326.210 bales East India descrip?
tions against 316,370 last year. The quantity of cot?
ton reported at sea for Great Britain is 281,000
bales (or 35,000 bales from America and 249,000
from East India), against 535.009 bales last year (or
2>,000 from Amenca and 213.000 from East
India), thus exhibiting an Increase in the
quantity of cot- ton at toa for Great Britain,
compared with last year of 4t OOO bales. Com
porod with the same date last year, the quan?
tity of cotton Imported Fhows an incrcaso of
24.460 bales; the quantity taken for consumption
an lacr?ate of 248,910 nolos; the actual export a de?
crease of 175 900 bales; and thc quantity taken ou
s eculation an increase of 347.349 bale-?. Middling
nploud cotton is quoted at ll>id. against 8%d; mid?
dling Orleans at llj?d, against 9d; fair Peruam ut
ll%d, against 8%d; fair Egyptian at ll%d. ngaiust
9%d; and fair Dhollerah Surat at 8>id, against 6%d.
at tho corresponding date in 1867. Compared with
last week's figures, tho stock oi cotton shows a de?
ere .se of 18,580 bates; and IQ thc interval the trado
have taken 68.. 60 bales and exporters 26.630 bales,
together 9 >,04O bales. The actual export has been
20,166 bales, and tho import 39,933 bales.
COLUMBIA, November 21.-[For the week ending
Friday, 20th ]-There hos been a good demand for
cotton during the pajt week, on a par of 21%a22 for
.riddling*. The eales of the we> k have boen 340
baled, as follows: 14 at 21%. 33 at 21,13 ai 31%, 66 ut
31 >i, 6 at31% 45 at 21%. 12 at 22%. 48 ot 22, 34 at
21%, 7 ot 21 3-16, 24 at 21 1L16. 13 at 21 7%, 7 at
WILMINGTON, Novomber 31_TWRPEWmn
Market steady and prices unchanged, sales of 180
bb is at $3 lor soft, and $2 for hard per 280 lbs.
S KBITS ? DBPESTisr-Salas of 313 bbla at 43c per
Liiion. Sales also of 200 bblB, delivered by 1st Jan?
uary, at sellers' option, at 42c.
ROSIN-sales of 900 obis at $1 80 for strained, and
$1 85 for strained and No 2.
TAB-141 bois changed hasds at $2 30 per bbl.
COTTON-Small sai-s at -l %c for low midd Ung, and
22%c pei lb for middling.
SAVANNAH. November 19.-COTTON-Tho trans?
action for ?io i>a?t week tut been larucr than thc
previous oue, but prices are uo: a* good. Tho fluc?
tuation m gold caused our m irkct to vary a little.
Both bolders an I buyors teem anxious to meet
buyers a^ain off ring much below tho prices asked
tho^e who have the interest of planto ? at stake. Thc
better ?railes havj generally been taken at asking
prices-lower erodes still neglccrd. The market
closed quio; but ste Uly, with midiiliug at 22;ia23c.
We give the following resume of thc week :
Friday-There was considerable inquiry and much
firmuoi-s waa nhown on tho pirt of holders. The
disapno nt-notit in thc receiving better advices to?
wards the close ot the day caused quietness to reign
throughout tho m u-kef. Wo quo e middling at 23c
many were offering }?c less; holde s were nol anx?
ious to dispose of their cotton at tho latter fljure
except where they bad received advices to sell. Sa'cs
ot thc day 658 b iles.
Saturday-Market quiet with fair inquiry. Tho
here olore difference exi-diu-; between buyers aud
sellers was clearly showu to-da - muny were offer?
ing 22%e for middling, but holdors appeared to uso
some lomees- at 28c, though thc advice? from Liver,
pool amj New York wero unfavorable; low grades
somewhat uoeloctcd. Wo quote middling at ?3 cts.
Sales 417 boies.
Monday-Market opened with a for inquiry, and
continued BO unt 1 odvices wer? received from Now
York, and gold advancing to 36%c. caused holders lo
ask higher rates which tuyere refused to meet, the
diff lenee between thc morniug and evening rates
was from % to %c. Wc quot? middling at 23c. eales
] uesd.} -Market opened with a very good inqui?
ry; as gold declined buyer's offerings were much less
than yesterdays closing rates iron? % to %-offering
stock ls light; market closed quiet and steady-low?
er ?rodes still neglected. Middling 22>?a22^c Sales
Wednesday-To-day tho d?unand was good and
inquiry fair at low figures for the better grades of
cottons-lower grades still neglected ; moraet closed
with a better feeling under advxes from New York.
We quote middling ot22Jia22J?c; fales 689 bales.
Thursday- Markot opened quiet with some in?
quiry, and demand very ft?r-buyers still after bet
'er grades of cotton; market riose'i quiet but steady.
We quite mid Tiing a' 22Xa23c. Sales 631 bales.
The receipts at tbi? port since the 12th instant
amount to 10,872 bales upland, of which 9126 were
received per Central Railroad. 15W per Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad. 218 from landings on the Savannah
mer, and 271 bales from Florida. The exports for"
l?e same time have been 8849 bales upland and 63
Dales rea island, of which 3480 bales upland were
shipped to Liverpool, 3808 balee upland and 03 bales
sea island to Ne* York, 425 bales upland to Phila?
delphia, and to Baltimoie 186 bales.
SEA I tr LANDS.-There has been a g-od demand this
Week, buyers tor foreign account . xecuting their
orders on best tf rms-believing the crop is so short
as to justify the following quotations : Fair SI $ lb ;
medium fair S,2?0 ? ?; medium 63a70 9 lb;
ommon 53 fi lb.
The receipts for **J week iiave been 570 bags, and
sales for tile same time have been 225 bags.
RICE.-New rico is no coming in as freely as it
would, on account of the scarcity of coa-twise
freights; market unsettled : asking price lor gocd
quality clean ri c. 7*?aSc fair to good. Receipst of
rice fortthe st ason, 100,687
Consignees per Soutn Carolina Kailroad
073 bags Cotton, 72 bales Domestics, 50 bales Pa?
per, 80 btls Flour. 85 bbls Naval Stores, 6 cirs Wood
and 1 car Stock, To Railroad Agent, Trost k Adger,
Reeder k Davis. G H Walter k Co, Pelzer, Ridgers
& Co, T H & W Dew.TP, Wm Lawton, Goldsmith k
Son, H Ehtlcfes, W & Uenercy, A B Mulligan, Street
Bros k Co. W K~Ryan, J B B Sloan. & W Wilhams k
Co. E J Wias, W 0 Courtney & Co, Wardlaw k Carew,
Kirkpatrick & Witto, Cafen, Pickel k Co, M Israel,
Campeen A: Co, J R i'ricgle^ciaghorn, Herring k Co,
and G W & teflons k Co.
Consignees Pei- Northeastern Kailroad
ICI bales Upland and 3 bales Sea Island Cotton, 1C0
bbls Naval Mmes, 495 bushels Rouvh Rice, Lumber,
Wood, Mdz?, fcc. To E B stoddard k Co, W C court
nev k Co, Naebman & Co. RH Harney. M Druck r,
J Weiters, H Bit-cliol? .t Co, J Wiley, T L Webb. J
Marshall Jr. Pelzer, Rodgers A-' o, Fr03l k Adger,
W K Ryan, G H Walter k Co, G W Williams A: Co,
Caldwell k Son Kirkpatrick & Witte, Mowry & Co,
Kendill k Dockery, Ravcnel k Co, W Gurney, B A k
J F E?rly, Graeser, Lee, Simtb k Co, Montouc & Co,
J D Aiken ,t Co, E Webster. Stenhouse k Co, G W
Lee, W C Dukes k Co, and B F Simmons.
Consignees per Charleston and Savan?
nah Railroad. November 21.
17 bal s Cotk-n. C21 bushels Rice and Sundries. To
W C Deo & Co, JR Pringle, C G Memminger, G H
Walter k Co, F E Fraser, J D Aiken k Co, W P Dow?
ling, Kirkpatrick k Witto. Heeder k Davis. J A Mev,
G Godfrey, J N Robson, G H Hoppuck, J G Moffeit
ann F Richards.
Per steamship Champion.lor New York-C Hatcher,
E Bryan, J Howes and wife, J Borcomb and J Arn?
1 Per steamship Saragossa, from Now York-Miss L
Bonoell, Miss C Bonuell, Miss M Bonncll, Miss C S
Atwater. Miss Coles, Mrd iVurray, E Word, lady and
2 children. B Hibbers, H C Hodgen, Mr frkrrilt, H
Lvnch, W H Cushing, A H Crone, A H Ai-rabama, A
Wanter. W B Barrett, G M Clark and B Harvet.
Per steamship Falcon, from baltimore-Miss E
Ravcnel, Miss R Kaveneh and -r W Mcntgomery.
Per steimer City Point, from Palaika, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina. Savannah. &c-E W Powers, Miss
Gilbert, Mr G-lbert, R M Marlin, C RF Baker. RR
Russell, Mr and Mrs Salvo, Mr bennett, W H Joues,
P H Lei-, Mrs Popper aud family, W B Smith. L D
McCormick, A Barnwell, Mr Dupont, W Blado, Mr
Gardner, Mr and Mrs Graeser, Mri V mee and tami
ly, Mrs Clinton, Mrs Pegriel, L Nathans, Gilbert's
Theatrical Troupe, and 30 on deck.
Per steamer St Helenu.from Edisto and Rockville
E M Wooley, B J Whaley. Col J Whaley, E E Bed?
ford, Mr Jones and lady, and 15 on deck.
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
Last Quarter, 7tb, 8 hours, 39 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 14th, 6 hours, 47 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22d. 1 hour, 38 minutes, morning.
Full Hoon, 29tb, 7 hours. 62 minutes, evening.
SISES. J SETS.
Tuesday.... G..30 j
Wednesday.! C..40 |
tr ?day.j c.. 42
Han.luv.1 C..44 I
Port o?' Charleston, Nov*ber 123
Sloop from Cooper River. 6J0 bushels Rc ugh Rice.
To W Gurnoy.
By Drays from Chisolm's Mill. G3 tierces Rice.
To Chisolm Bros, and T H & W Dewecs.
Steamer St Helena. Rumley, Ldlttoand Rockville
13 bales Cotton and Sundries. To J H Murray, Ro?
per ft Stoney, Willis k Chisolm, P Fogurtio, and
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York - left 19th
Inst Mdze. To Ravcnel k Co. G W Aunar, Adams,
Damon Ac Co, J Appier, D A Ammo, Andrew- A Sai
vo, J D Alkea k Co, BartfcWirth, TM Bristol], A
Brookbanks. L Cohen k Co, J Cantwell, G Camion, R
B Carpenter, W H Chafeo k Co. P Darcy, Dowie k
Moise. J W Denny. Furcbgott k Bro, 1 L Falk k Co,
J S Fairly k Co, Forsyth. McComb 4: Co, C (?o d
steiu, J U Graver. Uoodrich, Wineraan k Co. Mr? H
Runeken, Huger k Ravcnel, N A Buut, J li Hillen, J
H ? Co. J ll Holme-, Jenninga, Thoiuliuson k Co,
Johnson, Crews A- Co. C L Kornahrcnp, Kreito k
Chapman, Klinck, Wickcnberg k co, U Klatt* k Co,
A Langer. Lauiey k Alexander, CT Litde A: Co, S R
Marshall, W Marscber, J 13 McElbose, J G Milnor k
Co. J H Murray, McLoy k Rice, J H Martin, N E
Railroad Agent, F Opdebcork. D O'Neill k Son, Os
tendorfit t'o, J C Oeljen, J C Ogemau, HT Peake,
Pelzer, Rodgers k Co, Ravcnel k Co, WP Russell k
i o, C Ring. J Ri-guoimer, Southern Express Co, J il
Spoor, Stenhouse J: Co. L Schnell,i i W Steffens k Co,
D fl Silcox, O Schwttzor, G A Trcnholm k Son. U S
Quartermaster, J H V?llers, Walker, ?vans k Co,
Werner A* Ducker, W L Webb, W J Yates. J Heseuion
k Co, li Seltgor, C H Mayer, J Ferguson. C N Ave?
rill. J B Botts, li Bates k Co, Craue, Bo\ leaton A: Co,
J T Wel-mau, T s Ruddock.Carapl ell Kuox k Co.W
Kuoblock. FW Wetze), I Hymau 4: Co. Douglas*:
Miller, li C Olen, Polmcito Pioneer Co-Oporativo As?
sociation, J R Road k Co, C D Carr'At Co, J S k E
Pierson, riacius k Witto, LAY, Marshall & Burgo.
Berbussc A: Bcrkemyer, Cameron, B irkley k Co, W
M Bir.l A: Co, Jeffords & Co, MautO'ie k > 'o, M?llmann
Bros. H Bischoff & co, M Drake, Shackelford k Kel?
ly, Goudkop & Beuthncr, L li Littlefield, E S Carn?
ham and P L?tz.
s toaiuship Fa'con, Horsey, Caltimotc-l.-ft i hurs
doy. Mdzc. To Monk eel fc Co, Courtenay k Trcn?
holm, S C Railroad A^'cu', Werner k Ducker, Os en?
der! & C ?, H Klatte k lo, D Poul k Co. Krictc ??
Chapman. J N M Wohltman, darius At Witte, J H
Graver, G W Steffens k JO, E J H Fischer, Adams,
Damon k Co, W L Webb, Lauroy k Alexander, C N
Averill, R ll Butler. J D Aiken A- Co, R White, D H
Sileox, Wolkor, Rvaus k Co, C<imerou. Barkley k Co,
T J Kerri: Co. R k A P Caldwell, lt H M-Dowell ?
Son, ? Briggs. Agent. G ll Graber, A 'Tobias' Sons, J
A QuackonbuHb.W G Whildou Jk Co, J F Taylor A: Co.
JR Pringle. J J Middleton, Lubra & Stelling, Bul
winkle k Co, H Gerdts & Co, G W Wilhams k Co, F
F (.harcau, O A Ammo, W H Ch fee A- Co, Pelzer,
Rodgers 4: Co, Q M General, and I U V?llers.
Steamer City Point, McNelty, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and savannah. 114 bales Cotton,
lo J D Aiken k Co, R I Walker, Fraser k Dill, G H
lng ahum. Cohen, Hauckel k "'o, RS Venuing, W C
Davis, S M G, Kirkpatrick At Witto, Roper .t Stoney,
W M Lawton, Welch it Brandes, Frost k Adger, Dr C
Minott, S Scmchez, 8 Salvo, W Brown, A Langley. D
G'Kecfe, Covees), DWE, JBTogni, T Murphy, D
S.v.uir, A Langer. N Klein, A Delaporle, Pirckney
Bros, Mrs F Messick, Mrs S Jones, W li Williams, U
Bischoff k Co, J B E Sloan, Pehte:, Rodgers & Co,
Wagner k Monsees, Jeffords k Co, J Marion, L F
Robertson, C Madsen, F E Schroeder, L Lorentz,
Bollmaun Bros. and T J Kerr & Co.
Sloop Black Bird, Combakee. 1700 bushels Rough
Rice. To W C Bee k Co.
British steamship Golden Horn, McBeatb, Liverpool
i -K Muro k Co.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-James
Adger Ac Co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
British Brig Cardigan, Kelly, a port bl tho Uuited
Kingdom-R Mure A: Co.
Sehr Minnie, Farrow, Caibarien, Cuba-J A Enslow
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship Sea Cull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Sehr Minnie, Farrow, Caiuarien. Cuba.
From tbis Port.
Steamship Sall' Stream, Spencer, New York, Nov 19,
Steamship Carroll, Hudgtus Kaitlin jre, Nov 20.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Key West, Rudolf, at New York, Nov 18.
' The British bark Agra, Fillmore, from Liverpool,
for this port, sailed from Lun'asb, Nov 5.
Tho ship Narragansett, irom Antwerp, originally
reported os bound lor this port, and ubi- h has been
lying bolow Savannah, has gone up to that city.
Tho British ship Go.-illa, Jone*, from Liverpool,
for Charlestou, was 6poken off the Kerries, Oct2v.
The a:hr Queen of the South, Chtse, from New
London, Conn, for Georgetown, S C, put into New
York on the ISth inst.
1 he sehr Florence Rodgei s, Wall, from Providence.
R I. for Georgetown, S C, put into New York on thc
18th i staut.
The sehr Waite, Grandy. cleared at Philadelphia on
tho 18th instant, tor Georgetown, SC.
The sehr S G Cranme-, Cranmer, cleared at Eoston
on the 17th instant, for Georgetown, SC.
Ibo sobr flan et Snowman, from Georgetown S 0
arrived at Gardiner, Me, Hov If.
The sehr Came S Webb, Day, cleared at New York
Nov 19, for Georgetown, S C.
Shlpncwn by Telegraph.
FORTRESS MONROE, November 22.-The steamship
Key Wost, from New York to Charleston, encounter?
ed a heavy gale on Friday night and has put in here
leaking, and pumps disabled. She will go to Balti?
more for repairs.
MST OF VESSELS
np, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POh\
Ship Richard tho Third. Wood, cleared..Oct 20
The Agra, Fulmore, sailed.....,.,.Oct 29
The Monncquash, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
Bri "dsn ship Gorilla, Jones, sailed.Oct 28
Bark Jenny Lind, Shsrwood, sailed.August -
Ship Narragansett, Eomlin, sailed.Oct 9
Ship Grahams Folley, Burgess, sailed.Oct 28
N G bark Gauss, Weiring, sailed.Oct 8
The Jane, Carson, sailed.Oct 21
The Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.-..Nov 16
Sehr L Rich, Paddock, clcDTed..Nov 15
Sehr J W Allen, Doape, cleared.".. .Nov 15
Steamship Key West, Rudolf, oleared.Nov 18
Brig Dillon, Blatchtord, up.Nov 6
Brig John Welsh, Jr, Mundy, up.Oct 23
Sehr Amos Edwards, Somers, up.Nov 17
Sehr E 8 Tinsden, Chase, cleorod.Nov 3
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Steelman, cleared.Nov 10
Sehr Annie. Young, cleared.Nev 17
STEAM CINDY FACTORY,
-NO. 341 KING-STREET.
BRANCH STORE CORNER KINO AND ANN
rpAEES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
cus'.omers, and public in general, that be is
now ready, with a full supply of CANDIES of his
own manufacturing. Keeps constantly on hand a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES, of the greatest
variety. Fresh CAKES and PIES of all sorts are
daily baked at his Steam Candy Factory. The
public in general, and particularly the country mer?
chant?, will find it to their interest by giving him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 26 Imo
^ODiliu.-., .. ..
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmwOnios
Q T T O SONNTAG,
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 Marktt-strect, between King and
GENTS* COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfni3moB
JSSERTEL & untune.
No. 265 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL, OVER
JAS. E SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE.
R. I5SERTEL.F. EUGENE DURBEC,
November 2 mwf 1 mo
JOHN 1). ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-atre?-*
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS dUSINESS IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJOS1ING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Ahe, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BEN M OF HOUSES. Ac._Octobor 1
Qi II . SASS.
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
SS" OQlce No. 98 BROAD-STREET, north side
between King and Meeting. May 8
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALE* OF REAL ESTATE, ?TOCES. BONPS, SE
CURIIIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. It WARING, Esq.
TT OG AN & SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BRO AC-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. RAYNARD SEABROOK
Q_niFFlN, BROTH KR Oi CO..
COMMISSION ME RCn A NTS
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
Al. MARSHALL Oi BROTHKH.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE,. STOCKS, &C, BOUGHT AND
80LD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?-Auction or HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, everj
W'dncsdav. _October 1?
yr?rLLLIS & CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEN D TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ?nd Domestio Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. 0.
K.WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
Q^EO. II . II O P P O C K,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASBLL. 6mos September 21
Q J. SCH LEPE GRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN EIN6 AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS. PAINT'S, OILS, GLASSES, 6H?NGLKS;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con?
stantly on baud ut the lowest market prices.
Septembor 12 mtbElyr
Spitts anil /nrnt?l)ittf| Wools.
S O O T T ' S
OP, MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AT E. SCOTT'S,
Heeting-strcet, opposite Market Hall, undVr the
STAR SPURT SIGN.
CE. CLAGHOR.V, > Pbiladel
E. H. COATES, ( pola. Pa.
AV. F. I1EKHI.VG.
A. M. JACKSON,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HATING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we aro prepared to offer everv facdity for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND KELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF OUR 1MKEB HOUSES.
jrT LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all cpnsiprnmenta when desired. Also to our fxieDds,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCK BART k DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October G DAC 3mos
XrOTICE TO BUILDERS-SEALED
.Ll Proposals will bo received at tho Office of
County Commissioner.1;, Beauiort, S. C., until tho
20th day of November, 1868, at 12 o'clock M., for the
Building and Repairin; of tho tollo wing BRIDGES,
in Beaulort County, S. C., viz;
Tho BUILDING of anew Bridge crossing St. Hele?
na Creek, between Ladies' and at. Helena Islands,
length of Bridge 150 feet.
i he REPAIRING of Salt Water Bri Igo on Shell
Road, leading from Beaufort to Port lloyal Ferry,
near Four Mile Stone
The REPAIRING of Verdier Brldgoon Shell Road,
loading from Beaufort to Port Royal Ferry, near
Nine Mile Stone.
Contractors will furnish all plans and specifica?
tions, subject to the approval of Commissioners.
The Commissioners reserve tho right to reject any
or all the proposals that they deem not for the Inter?
est ol' thc County.
By order. JOHN HUHN,
Chairman Board ol County Commissioners.
HEKBT PEssrsoroN, Clerk.
November 9 ll
J ?PO H TE US OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ftc,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN Ar CO.
jeSr-Gocds delivered to all parts of thc City.
j^jTEETING-STREET IO I M) KV
THIS ESTABLISHMENT LS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOTLER3, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
16 fact in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hind
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACH TN ERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
modo to order
Particular oticutlon paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, afc., rfc,
WILLUM S. HENEKEY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. .114 MEETING-STREET,
ClIAULEBTOlf, S. C.
August 3 mwd
J^-OKTH, STEELE & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE PEALEOS IN
STA TIONER Y, PERFUMER Y, CUTLER Y,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, kc, kc,
Xo. 107 .llecting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
September 15 3m os
CO T TO N.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HOLD CO T TON IN ENGLAND,
Whcro STORAGE, INSURANCE, and otheroxpcnBes
for holding aro LESS than in tho United States, wo
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging the Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wuicuai present is
FIVE PEU CE KT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLA6H0RN. HEARING k CO..
Novomber 13 2 moe
Q E O KUI A YARNS
ATHES8 FACTORY YARN'S,
MONTOUR MILLS 7-8 SHIRTING.
For sale by
CLAGHORN, HERRING k CO.,
November ll 12 Aosommodatlon Wharf.
Foi* Cleansing thc Teeth. Pre von tine; thc
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
thc Gams, and leaving a delight'
fol sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance In the Mouth.
SUPERIJF, TO SOZODONT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREPARATION IS THE RESULT OF THE
combined skill of thc physician, dentist and apothe?
cary, and it ia offered as a RELIABLE substitute for
tho numerous unchain washes now in vogue. Tho
microscopo has also been called into use, and the re?
searches of a celebrated obaorvar have detected the
manner in which tho tartar is formed, showing it to
bc tho work of animalcule.
Substances which Ficinus found lo des'roy tho life
of 'bree inJusoria are contained lu the DentaUiua,
an i t?uK it prevents thc increano of tartar and conse?
quent looseniuc of the teeth. It will bc found useful
to portons in advanced lift, giving strength and tone
to the gums, while to every or.e the aroma and sen?
sation of cleanliness after using it will bc sufficient
reconinieucbti n; smokers ?specially will appreciate
Numerous dentists of thc highest standing being
acquainted with the composition of the Dentallina,
advocate its ue, it containing noshing corrosive or
injurions to prevent its unrestrained employment.
Prepared only by JAS. T. SHIXN, Chemist, Philo
For sale by DO WIK k MOISE,
Coner Meeting and Hasel streets,
October 14 wfm3moe Charleston, S. C.
m H R C IS !. K B K A t E D
"Arrxw Tie" Cotton Band.
THE DEMAND FOR THIS UNIVERSALLY POP?
ULAR COTTON TIE havinjt so lar exceeded our ex.
perditions lu view ol the many other patents offered
in thc market, we have hitherto boen unablo to keep
suppliod. We take pleasure, however, in announc'ng
to our customers that wc havo now made such
arrangements as will enable us henco'.'onh to ke^p n
full supply alway* on hand. We are now daily es
uccting the arrival of a sHpment, when all orders
awaiting execut on will bo filled.
RUBE UT MURE & CO.,
Agents for bouth Carolina and Charleston.
October 23 fmw Imo
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLINDS
Charleston, 8. C.
Partieular attention paid to Shipping.
Julv 30 fimos?
S A AC S E."V'S SURE POP!
Eats, Mice, ic. A-c,
without the unpleasant
effects arising from
their dying iu their
scaled, and warranted
to keep fresh for all
time.'. The greatest discovery of its kind m the ago
we livo in. No person need be troubled with Bra
Mic, Ced Pul?s or Roaches, ior Mr. Isaacson's des?
tructive remedy i* within th" reach of all, ptepared
only by himself, from rare and valuah e compounds,
its chcapne-s is as wonderful as its efficacy-hun?
dreds of testimonials have been received from all
parts of thc United state* aa to its value add satisJac
tory operative power, from which, for want of spaco,
wc simply select the following:
WILLIED'S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C., ?
October Isl, 18C8. J
Mn. ISAACSEN-Dear Sir: It gives mo great pleas?
ure to tostity ro th- gratifying result obtained at this
Hotel throagn usinu' your Phosphoric Paste; it is
now two yoare s'nee I first heard of your remedy, and
determined to give it a fair trial; that trial proved so
successful that not a trace of Rats or Roadies have
siuco been discovered, although previous to that
time we w? re completely overrun. Wishing you eveiy
success in the usciul career you have chosen,
Iiomain, yours respectfully,
JOHN WOLFE, Elgin ocr.
For rale by DOWIE k MOISE.
No. ICO Meeting-strcOtft, corner Hasel,
Charleston. S. C.,
October 7 wfm3mos Agent? lor Southern Statis.
, Ormir?Ls, Ctr.
g A It S .1 I1 A K 1 L L I A .V
ITS POWERFUL CURATP7E ASSOCIATES
PEEP ABED UNDEB A NEWLY DISCOVEBED PROCED?
FOB EXTRACTING THE CUIUTIVE REOPEBTTES
FBOil VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES, EN
XEB6 INTO THE C0M1-OSITI0N OF
DR. R A D W A Y ' S
RESOL VEN T.
A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED.
Ono Bottle or Resolvent ls Better Titan
Ten Large Bottles of thc Advertised
Sarsaparillas, or Direct Diuretic ttem
PHYSICIANS wonder at tie extraordinary powpr ot
RADWAY'S RENOVATING/ RESOLVENT in curing
tho worst lonna of Scrofulous, b'yphiloid, Chronic
S Irin Disease?, and its marvelous power in resolving
calculons concretions, alTordingimmcdiate relief and
consequent enre of Diseases of the Sidney, Bladder.
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, spleen. Its rapid Influence
in tho cure of Diabetes, IL continence or scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, cloudy mine; its almost instant ef?
ficacy in stopping itching and painful discharge of
urine, aud its singular power in curing discharges
from the Uterus and Urethra, L ucorrhaea. Bloody
Urine, and other unhealthy and weakening dis?
charges;-and inquire wherein the SARSAPARIL
LIAN used in the Renovating Resol vont difiera from
ordinary Sarsaparillas ! Sarai pari! ?lan ia tho only
principle in Sarsaparilla that possessen c? rai ir?
properties; all other parts of tho root ore inert and
useless. One ounce of tho extract obtained under
Dr. Kodway'su-iw process tor extracting thc curativo
properties front vegetable substances, contains more
of tho true pri'.rlplo of cure than twenty pounds of
the ordinary r.iots.
SARS AFAR1 .LHN is only ene ot tho ingredients
that forms 'ms truly wonderful medicine; and it is
the only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, cleonsica and reinvigorating proper?
ties through the BLOOD, SWEAT, UR INK, and
other secretions, seeming a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem, li the blood ls corrupt, the Resolvent will
make it pure. If the Lung? are ulcerated and sore,
secreting thick phlegm &i.d prureleot matter, the
Resolvent wlil loosen this deposit and repair tho
wasting lung with SOUL 1 and healthy material. If
tho Skin is covered with purples, spots, pustuiee,
sores, ulcers, ic, the Resolvent will quickly remove
these annoyances. If mercury ls deposited in the
bonos and bas accumulated m the system, the Re?
solvent will drive it out If the Throat or Bronchial
Glands are ulcerate?!, the Resolvent will cure these
signs of an early waste. Direct remedies, possess?
ing only exclusive properties, are hurtful, ss they
increase the functional secretions ot on - organ by
suspending the constituent secretions of others;
hence, a compensating remedy like the Resolvent ia
the only means of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAT EVERY DROP OF BLOOD
impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed to
supply the waste of the body, will uisko pure, sound,
and healthy flesh and fibre. The first dose that is
taken commences its work of purification and in?
creasing the appetite andfiesh.
A REMARKABLE CU REI
SORES ON THE TONGUE, ULCERS IN TH H
THROAT, SORE GUMS. SORE MOUTH,
SORES IN 1HE NOSE, AROUND
THE ETES, dc.
If recently exhibited, a few bottle? will cure. Il
chronic, or through the effects ot Mercury, Potas?
sium, Corrosive Sublimate, Irom six to one dozen
bottles may be required to make a permanent cure.
R. R. R.
A GREAT SENSATION !-A GOOD SENSA?
I'AIN CUBED IN AN INSTANT!
In 1817 the great grand principle of stopping the
most excruciating pain in an instant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Opiam, Morphine, Acontine, Ether, 4c, was first
mode known in
BADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
This remedy accomplished tim wonderful and de?
lightful desideratum in 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
where inflammation or pain existed-it at once re?
lieved the patient of the most violcut and excruciat?
ing pongs and throbs oi pain, and imparted the de?
lightful sensation of ease und comfort.
Every kind of pain, whether Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgia, Toothache, Pains in the Chest, Side, Lunge,
Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, Spine Legs. Arms, Feet,
one application was sulllcient to kill and extern, i nate
Taken internally, twenty drops lo a teaspoonful
would cure, and will cure, Asiatic Cholera, Fever
and Ague, Chills and Fever. Bilious cohc, Inflam ?
mation of the Bowels, Cramps, >pasms, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, and every paiu that mav ex.st in tho in?
side ot mau. woman or child: this was RADWAY'S
READY ULLI IT' of 1847, and it is RADWAY'S RE?
LIEF, greatly improved, m 18C8.
Wc then started it in its mission of relieving tho
infirm, pain-stricken, sick, distressed and crippled
ol all nations throughout the world, and now to-day
it is used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in the palaces ol Sultans, Emperors,
Kain os, Kings, High Priests, Nobloa. as well as in
the cottages of the laboring classes of every nation
)n the face cf the earth.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CURED IN *
THIRTY MINUTES 1
Important to Know how to Use ''Had.
way'3 Heady Relief" in Acute
and Dangerous Attacks!
M? OWN CASE.
On Saturday night, the 19th, I was violently seized
with Congestion of the Lunps. For a few days pre?
vious I felt a dull pain over my lett lung, with
occasional coughs, but i/eing actively engaged, paid
no attention to it. When seized, the pam was so
piercing, cuttina and excruciiting. that every breath
drawn was like a red hot kniie cutting my lung. Be?
ing absent f. om home, I sont ont for three bottles of
RADWAY'S RELIEF, applied the cntiro lot to my
lungs, back, shoulders, ?c., aud in a few moments
got up counter-irritation. Respirations were easy,
and, 33 the skin become reddened, oil pain ceased.
In bait au hour I was tree from pain, and ?ll ai (ruft
of Congestion, Infi mmation, & c., gone This ivan
important cure. It is well that every one should
know how to U80 this remedy in ec vero attacks. Tho
same rule holde good n cases of Inflammation of
tho Loins, Bowels, Kidneys and Stomach. Apply
tko RELIEF ircely; soak the skin with iL It will
instantly secure the withdrawal of th* inflammation
to tho surface, and parsons now suflViing may, in
TBTBTY .MINUTES, be free trotn pain.
CB RON TC INFLAMMATION.
In cases where lnflommonon has existed for a
length of time, iu addi ?iou to tho RELIEF, take six
ot RADWAY'S PILLS. Powoer thom. In half an
hour, in most cases, they will operate. If not, re?
peat thc dose. In one or two hours at thc furthest
they will operate, and the patient soon get well In
Bilious, Typhoid. Fever and Ague, trna treatment is
sure to cure. Let it be tried.
JOHN RADWAT, M. D.
JJ5- Dr. RADWAY'S REMEDIES ore sold oy Drug?
gists and Storekeepers everywhere. Gel the New
style, with India Rubber Cork.
D?WIE ?i MOISE, r
No, 109 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Charleston. S. C.
November 20 M