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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Song ot thc Saint?.
Up to the brim my cap is Alica
With passion's purple wine,
Ripened Dy fire, and heort-distirled
i or this dear Love of mine:
And I rejoice the livelong day,
Gone is the strange unrest;
My soul is praising while I pray
To Him I lovo the best
Rejoice-ahl wherefore should I nor,
Whatever fate may do ?
For whatsoe'er my earthly lot,
My Lover will be true.
1 chu-p with passionate carets
His image to my breast;
My foul flows forth in tenderness
lo Him 1 love the best.
And while my soul flows forth to Him
His love comes back to me;
Yet I bot kiss His garment's rim,
Nor rise from bended knee;
For mine is not the daring love
To nestle in His breast,
And coo sweet praises, like the dove,
To Him I love the best.
I love my Love-my blessed Love
in all the fondest ways,
Yet He is ever far above
My fondest prayer and praise:
The flaue <-o passiontte and pure
1 hat glows within my breast.
Doth prompt me all things to endure
For Him I love the best.
Hard is the path that duty treads,
The soul gropes on in night,
'lill love. Use lightning, comes and spread;
Its kingdom to our sight:
Thus looked Ho on me tro m ab ave
And, henceforth, in my rest
Where'er He will, with Him I love,
With Him who loves me best.
BOSTON-Per brig Cyclone -130.096 feet Lumber,
aOO "bb'.s Rosdn and C tons Iron.
HEW TORE-Per steamship James Adger-16 bags
Sea I?land and 1162 ba'ee Upland Cotton, 163 tes
Bice. 63 bales Domestics, 68 pkg* rrnit, 18 pkgs
Sundries, 1 Horse and 1 Buggy.Per steam?
ship Georgia-167 tierces Clean Rice, 35 tierces
Seed Rice, 4 bags tea Island and 439 bales Up?
land Cotton, 1 lot Oranges and Sundries. -Per
sehr Robert Caldwell-65 casks Rice. 863 bags
Cotton Seed, f M casks Eaolin CUy, 80,000 feet
Lumber, 150 Empty Barrels. 2000 bushels Bran,
6 bbls Vinegar, 1 case Mdze, 6 Empty Carboys,
. and i bundles Paper.
The Charleston Cotton and Klee market
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
CHARLESTON-, Tuesday Evening, Dec. 1, '63.
COTTON.-This article was finner, and in good
and steady dem md, prices advancing durisg the day
about Xe V rb. Sales 800 bales, soy 1 at 20?; 6 at
21?; G at 22; 5 at 22?; 30 at 22?; 218 at 23; 62 ot 23?;
182 at 23?; 22 at 23? ; 13 at 23%; 136 at 24; 1 at 21?,
and 25 bales prepared on the Gullett gin at 23c. 9 fte.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.22 (?23
The following ore the quotations of the two leading
S1W TOSS CLASSIFICATION-.
Low Middling.24 @
RICE. -This grain continues in active request at
vary full prices, the offering s tock being readily sold.
Eales ftbopt 400 tierces clean Carolina, viz; 20 tierces
'ii 7* ; f tieroM M 7 Wi *6 ?t 7# ? *W at IX; 60 at
7 IMC; 52 at 7?; 10 at 7%. We quote com non to
air Caiolina at 6??7? ; good at 7?(5?7J?, and com
mon prime ot 8c $ ft. We note soles of 1000 bush
els rough ot $1 70 hundred.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, December 1-Noon.-Consols 94?. Bonds
Two P. M_Consols 92?, Bonds 74?.
LIVERPOOL, December 1-Hoon-Cotton quiet
eales 12,000 bales; shiptBei'.s from Bombay to 27th
ult, since last report 12,000.
Two P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 15,000 bales.
E?'cuing.-Cotton quiet bat firm; uplands 1 l?do
ll?d; Orisons ll? '; solea 12,003 boles. At Man
chester yarns and fabric? were dull. Corn dull. Red
Western whe it at 9s 4da9s Sd.
HAVRE, December 1 -Cotton closed last night dull
--on the spot If 37c; aft jot If 25c.
Nsw YORK, December 1-Noon-Money easy at 6a
7. Sterling, 9?. Gold, 85 . 62's, ll?. Cotton
quiet and steady; uplands, 25?c.
Evening-Cotton firm, but less active; sales 2500
bales at 25 ?c. Flour favors buyers; en peril ne, $5
50a585; Southern dull and drooping; common to
fair extra at S7 2?a8 25. Wheat heavy; demand
chiefly speculative; white Michigan, $2 35
Coru a shade lower with o moderate inquiry;
Western mixed, (1 liol 18; Southern white,
$1 07ol 10. Pork nominal at $25 75o26. Lard heavy
atl6?. Whiskey dull; Western dall ot $105. Bice
dall. Sugar in moderate request Coffee more active
and Arm. Molasses dull ; New Orleans 83. Turpen?
tine 4G?i 47?. Rosin $2 40a7 50. Freights heavy-on
eotton by sail 5 l-6a?; by steam ?a?. Governments I -
steady ; 62's, 110? ; Tennessee 68; North Carolina G4 ;
new 62. Money more active, closing firm at 6a7 par
cent; prime paper 7o9 per cent, bterling dall and
deollnlDg ot 9?. Cotton bUls 8?. Gold quiet ot 35. | j
BALTTMOUE, December L-Cotton fire:, ot 25a
25?c. Floor fairly active and unchanged. Wheat,
low grades dall bat Aim ; prime to choice $2 4Ca2 50.
Corn and oats firm. Pork dull at $27a27 50. Bacon
quiet Shoulders 14?a Lard quiet at 17c.
ST. LOUIS, December 1.-Flour active; luporflne
at5?o5?. Corn duU; new 67o73. Pork unchanged.
Bacon shoulders ll; clo.r sides 17?. Lard, choice,
In kegs, 15. ?\ hissey firm with small business, at
WruaxGTOs, December 1.-Spirits turpentine 43.
Rosin dull at$2ai. Turpentine active at $2 00a310.
Tar unchanged. Cotton dall and no sales.
-AUGUSTA, December 1.-Cotton more active; sales
1267; receipts 845; rmadhngs 23c.
SAVANNAH, Decembar 1.-Cotton in good demand.
At full prices, middlings 21. Sales 2000. Receipts
MOBILE. December 1.-Cotton quiet. Salee 850
bale?; mlddUng Receipt? 1602. Export* 5734
NEW ORLEANS. December l-Cotton active; mid
diing 23?. boles 6400 bales. Receipts 8308. Ex
ports 1036. Gold 35. Sterling commercial 45Jia46?
Bank 45?. York sight ? d ecount. Sogar dull and
irrogalar; common 8al4; prime 12; clarified 12?
Molasses duU and unsettled.
WILMINGTON. November 30-P M-TURPEN?
TINE-Mirket unchanged, with sales of 156 bbls ot
$310 for soft, and $2 for hard per 230 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-IS a shade lower. Sales of |
150 bbls at 43c per goUon
BOSIK-?o?os of 1386 bbls at $180 forstrxined and
No 2, and $2 S7 :,a3 75 for No 1.
TAR-70 bbls changed hands at $2 30 per bl 1.
COTTON-Silos of 69 bales at 2lc for good ordinary,
22c for low mlddlng. and 23o lor middling.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
1244 boles Cotton, 83 bales Domestics, 48 bbls Na?
val 8 to re s and 4 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, G
H Walter k Co, Pfizer, Rodgers k Co, Frost k Adger,
Eirtpotrick k Witte, WUlis <t Chisolm, W B Wilhams,
Cohen. Honckel k Co. J B E Sloan, o W Williams k
Co, WE Byan, W CCoamey & Co, E Lafitte, Grae?
ser. Lee, Smith k Co, L D DeSoussure, W C Dukes k
Co, Beedex k Davis, Mowry k Co, CaldweR k Son, R
C Sharp 4 Co, J K Pringle, J N Robson. Mazyck* k
Salters. Brodie & Co, W B Smith k Co, and I
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad
103 bales Cotton, 93 bates Hay, Mdze, kc. To G W
Williams & Co, WC Bee k Co, Naohman A- Co, A s
Johnston. Mowry k Co, W K Ryan, Graeser, Lee.
Smith & Co, W C Dukes & Co. Scroven k Nisbet. G
H Walter & Co, B A k J F Early. Ravcuel & Oo, J A
Qaaclienbusb, Frost & Adger, Jeffords & Co, Courte?
nay A Trenholm, and U S Government
Per steamship ChamDion. from Now York-Mrs G
Bissel], Master S E Whitmore, Miss J Whitmore, SL
Hopping, Samuel Hopping, Master W Hopping, li
Word, A Haywood, Miss M A Jones, Mrs Fickin and
fon. J M Be tis. Mrs Dr Jessop. JE Pickett, EC
Fi'her, C C Marsh. L J tthittey, E K P.att, C W Con?
nolly and wife, A J Curtis, P DeLancey and wl?o, li
F Sanborn, Mrs Sanborn, Mrs A Glasson, M?s Har?
rison, J P Smiih and wife, Miss M J >mith and ber
vant, J A Brown, J LeRov, R Wai-, p M DeLcoo,
Mrs E M.-Kinley, Alias Oee?y WiUiams, atid IT in the
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore- ll iss
Stooktoa and Ohos Bdley.
Per steamship James Adger, for New York-Col
Wilson aud lady. M Murphy, J Nunmenegera, R s
McEay and Henry Bird.
iVO liX CALENDAR,
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
Last Quarter. 7tta, 8 hours, 39 minutes, moraine
New Moon, 14th, 5 hours, 17 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22d, 1 honr, 38 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 29th, 7 hours, 52 minutes, evening.
Nov. ? DEC.
BISES, j SETS.
6..45 I 4..52
?..47 I 4..62
C..48 I 4..51
6..49 I 4..51
C..50 j 4..51
G..51 ! 4..51
7.. 3 I 7..39
7..48 I 9..11
9..51 10.. 2
9..57 j 10..54
ll.. 1 ll..51
inor.i. I TL .49
Port ot Charleston. December ?
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
November 28tb. Mdze. To James Adger 4 Co, J
Apple, Adams. Damon 4 Co, J D Aiken & Co, An?
drews 4 Salvo, C D Ahrens 4 Co, E Eates & Co, G H
Brown, H Bischoff & Co, Bollmann Bro?, o D Brahe
4 Co, Mrs M J Booth, T M Bristoll, L Buck, T ll Cu?
ter, Clacius 4 Witte, C D Carr 4 Cc. Cartmill, Haibe
son 4 Co, John Commins, H Cobia 4 Co, Campbell,
Knox 4 Co, L Chapin 4 Co, WS Corwin & Co, W H
t'hafee 4 Co, K 4 A P Caldwell, Cameron. Barkley 4
Co, JOH (Haussen, Denny 4 Perry, Dowie 4 Moi?c,
H Daly. Douglas 4 Miller, M Drake, J 4 M Eisenian,
I L bulk 4 Co, D F Fleming 4 Co, Furcbgott 4 Bros,
Ferguson 4 Holme?, C D Frauke. A D Fleming, J S
Fairlv 4 Co, Forsyth. Mc? ornb 4 Co, B Feldmann 4
Co, N vehrcnbacii. T P Forreston, H Gerdts 4 Co,
C Graveley, A G Goodwin, Agont, J M Greer, Good?
rich, Wineman 4 Co. G H Graber, J Burkamp 4 Co,
D Heinz, B D Hasell 4 Co. Holmes 4 Calder, Hart 4
Co, J H Hillen, N A Hunt. B G Heriot.C W. C Hickey,
C H Johnson, Jose Ja:a. Jennings, Tbomlieon 4 Co,
Johnston, Crews 4 Co, Jen'orJs 4 Co, Kricte 4 Cuap
man, JTKanapaux, H KUtte 4 C?>, Kinsman Bro,
Klinck, Wickenberg 4 Co. C Kerrison, Jr, D Lilien?
thal 4 Co, AD Lorenz, Laurey4 Alexander, A Langer,
G Little 4 Co, C Litscbgi, Lcngnick 4 Sell, Muller,
Nimitz 4 Co, J G Miluor 4 Co, J C Malonce. McLoy
4 Rice, Mantoue 4 Co. Menke 4 Muller, W Motthies
BC-n. A G Macke..-, Mrs W A Mehrtccs, T McCarthy,
Wm Mari cher, S R Marshall, Nieni. n 4 Borger, N E
Railroad Agent, J C Ogeman. Boyd 4 O'Mara, D
O'Neill 4 Son, B O'Meill. B O Olens, Polmetto Pio?
neer Co-Operative Association, J R Pringle, C P Pop
penheim. Pinckney Bros, Pc'zer, Rodgers 4 Co, D
Paul 4 Co. N A Pratt, J K Beed 4 Co, Shackelford 4
Kelly. G W Steffens 4 Co, E B Stoddard 4 Co, Sayas
4 Marins, Raymon Salas, H Soubeyroux, C Stackley,
H Stienken, W Steele, E H Sielliug, St nhousc 4 Co,
strauss 4 Vance, stol],Webb 4 Co, southern Express
Co, E L irenholm, J 1 hom son 4 Co, A Tobias' Sons,
J F Taylor 4 Co, DfTorhardt 4 Campsen. F Wuhr
inan. J N M Wohltman. S H Wdsou. Welch 4 Bran?
les. W G Whilden 4 Co. Walker. Evins 4 rosewell.
5 Waterhouse, John Weiters, H H Wcfcu, Wagener 4
Monseep, W J Yates, Mrs M J Zernc .c, S C Railroad
Agent, Order and others.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Ballimore-left Sat
arday P M. Mdze. To Mordecii 4 Co, Courtenay
4 Tronholm, T Chapeau, W Marscher, Jas Morgan,
Howry 4 Co, C Graveley, Werner 4 Ducker. W P Ba
renel, 0 Tidemsn, W G Whilden 4 Co, R Lawless, C
5 Averill, J Thomson 4 Co. Cameron, Barkley 4 Co,
R M Butler, W Boring, A Johnson 4 Co, Goodrich,
Wi ne man 4 Co, J A Quackenbush. H Blatte 4 Co,
> C Bailroad Agent, W H We cb, Order, J H Grav-r,
3O'Neill, J Hepburn, Johnston, Crews ? Co, W H
Crawford 4 Co, Bollmann Bios, J MUToi- 4 Son. Jef?
fords 4 Co, Laurey 4 Alexander. Chisolm Brothers,
iValker, Evans 4 Cogswell. Clacius 4 Witte, Strauss
b Vance. J C Ogeman, Kan k, Wickenberg 4 Co, G
Lunn, W P Knox, stall. Webb 4 Co, D Briggs, Agent,
?Yard 4 Co, Muller, Nimitz 4 Co, Wagoner 4 Mon
?ees, W H Chafee 4 Co. T J Kerr 4 Co, G H Brown,
Pt H McDowoU4 Son, WEM Hale, taft k Howland,
EV L Webb, J H Wuhrman, and Seymour k Bttcox.
Sehr Azelda 4 Lr.ura, Mclndo, Baracoa, Cuba, ll
lays. Fruit. To Bart 4 Wlrth.
Sehr Three Sisters, from Back Blver. 1330 bush?
els Rough Rice. To 't hurston 4 Holmes.
Sloop Black Bird, Combabee. 1700 bushels Bough
Euee. To W C Bee 4 Co.
Sloop Zulica, Thompson. Ashepoo 1000 bushels
lough Bice. To J R Pringle.
By Draysfrom West Point and Chiselm's Mill. 50
ieroee Rice, To Wm Gurney.
IN THE OFFING.
Brig Bobert Dillon (new). Blatohford, New York, -
lavs. To W Boach, J E adger 4 Co. Adams, Damon
i Co, D A Amme, H Bisclioff 4 Co, WM Bird 4 Co,
1 Bischoff. Bollmana Bros. Bart 4 Wirth, Brown 4
Iyer, Q Bulwinkle. O H Brown. Cameron, Barkley
t Co, W S Corwin * Co, G S Cameron, J C H Claus?
en, T M Cater, H Cobia 4 co, Ii 4 A P ca'uw??.
IcDuff Cohen, W H Chaffeo4 Co, Gas Light Co. T
) Potterer. Dowie 4 Moise, T P Forreston, H Gerdts
: Co. C Graveloy, Bart 4 Co, Holmes 4 Calder, J W
larrisson, J Heins, W Hunt, J Hurkamp 4 Co, Jon?
day, ThomHnson 4 Co, H Klatto 4 Co, Kinara.ii
Jro, B W Kinsman, Ktfnck, Wickenberg 4 Co, J
tennerly. W Knoblo h. A Langer, D Lopez 4 Son,
t Lawless, Maatouo 4 Co, Wm Marscher, R H Mc?
dowell 4 Son, A Mc Co bb, Jr, S R Marshall, J B Me
itttose, Order. B O'Neill. Olnoy 4 Co, J F O'Neill 4
.OD. C F Panknln, J S 4 E Pierson, Railroad Agent,
V P Bavenel, D H Silcox, W shrphord, F Von San
en, O Sweltzer, Sprague 4 Bros, Simoud* 4 Denny,
I burston & Holman. W L Webb, Werner 4 .')uckoc,
j Wt iskopf, W G Wnildea 4 Co, G W Wi In m 5 4 Co,
I Wilhams, Welch 4 Brando?. R White, Wakener 4
lonsees, J N M Wohltman, West 4 Jones, and King
Ileamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York-Jas
Adger 4 Co.
Steamship Georgia, Smith, New York-J D Aiken 4
Jrig Cyclone, Johnson, Bostoa-Risley 4 Croighion.
Ichr Robert Caldwell, Mc'Jornivk, New York -Wm
Iteamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
IteiTship Georgia, Smita. New York.
?teamer Dictator, Willey, Palatka, via Jacksonville
Fernandina, and savannah.
>ORr OF GEORGETOWN. S. C., TO NOVBJ30.
November 25-Brig Black S wan,Podger, New York.
Novomoer 2*-Sehr C Bankin.-, Philadelphia
NovemOT 27-sehr S E Woodbury, New Bedford.
dasi. Experienced heavy weather off Hatteras, aud
November 29-Yacht Norma,-. Smithvi lo, N C.
November 29-Brig Ch is Wesley. Nichols. Scars
November SO-Sehr Susan Wright, Mount, Now
S h lp ne \vs by Tc leg ra j; n.
LIVERPOOL, December 1.-The ere* of thc ship
rieeiwlug hos arrivod. The ship WAS recently aban
ionea at sea.
QUEENSTOWN, December 1.-The ship Isabella,
'rom Liverpool to New York, has put i 'ts this port,
iv- a collision during the galo.
LISBON, December 1.-The brig Gladiator, from
Sew York, has arrive! nerc leaky.
KEW YORK, December L-Arrived-Terry and San
S'AVANNAII. December 1.-Arrivod the ship British
2ueen. from Liverpool, and tho sehr Nevada, from
The weathor is clear and c )ld.
LIST OP VKSSKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR ?IIIS POM
The Agra, Fuluiore. sailed.Oct 2'J
rbe Monnequash, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
British ship Gorilla, J'ines, sailed.(Jct 28
rhe Kamma Funder, Krogh, sailed.Nov G
Ship Richard tho Third. Wood, saihd.Nov 6
Sehr Muscongus, Groves, sailed.Nov ll
Ship Grahams Policy, Burgess, sailed.Oct 28
The Jane, Carson, sailed.Oct 21
The Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Nov 15
Br bark G W Putnam, Richerts, cleared.Nov 27
Brig Eva N Johnson, Johnson, cleared.Nov 24
ijchr N W Smith, Tooker, up.Nov 23
Behr W G Dearborn, Scull, up.Nov 23
Sehr Annie. Young, cleared.Nov n
Sehr W H Jones, Lines, cleared.Nov 25
Sehr Amos Edwards, somers, cleared.Nov 27
Bcbr Andrew H Edwards, Bardett, sailed.Nov 24
QTTO S O I? !? T A G ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 Market-street, between King und
GENIS' COATS. VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed. Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfm3mos
BOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20_ foi w6 mos
J SS KIM?i, & DDKBEC,
s'o. 2G3 KING-STRiSEr, OPPOSITE HASEL, OVER
JA& E> SPEAR'S JEWKLBY STORE.
L IS SERT EL.?, EUGENE DDBBEC,
November 2 LU wi Imo
j^ro MKUKIVE GIVEN X
DB. J. M. FRENCH
FOR CUBONIQ DI8EAS
Late of Montreal, St Louis, Memphis, Lout
Philadelphia and Baltimore,
SOUTH CAROLINA II A
tS THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
where he will publicly Heal the Sick Froe of Cl
"WIIHOUT MONEY ANO WITHOUT PR
Oom 9 A. M. until ll A. M. ol each day, for
ten days, commencing 77turscfay Morning, Dei
3,18C8. The public are invited to attend an
ness the WONDERFUL CURES performed
morning at thc hall. Ales, hive taken Part
WAVERLY ll O U 8
No. 23G, BEND OF KISG-STREET,
where those who arc able anl willing topa;
come :rom ll A. M. until 7 P. M. fjr about
NO SURGICAL OPER i TIOXS PERFORME
CERO S IC DISEASES CURED I
A CUTE PAIN IX STA XTL Y RELIEV
THE LAME WALK! THE BLIND (j
THE Dc*AF HEAR!
DR FRENCH'S PRACTICE
Is mostly in diseases of a Chronic nature, and
given up as incurable. His treatment is pocu!
himself, although there nave been men in all
who have hal tho same Magnetic Power ovc
diseases of the body and niicd. Some call i
"GIFT OF HE ALI?O," yet few have poeses.-ed
such an extent over rearly all diseases au
persons. It is a Ilia and vitality passel frc
strong beallhy bet?y to a wok ow, that roBton
los'- or unequal circulation ot the vital or nei
fluid. So powerful is fbi- influence, that pc
who have for many years sufi'.red lrom dis
which have been pronounced incurable, and to v
medicine hos been administered with no good c
have been restored ti hcilth in an incredible i
space of time. It will not restore a lost momt
thc body, or perform other impossii ilitics, b
will always relievo piin, lrom whatever cause,
practice is basel upon thc most strict prlneipl
science. There i i nothing miraculous or i uperna
aboutit. Ic ii in harmony with all natural 1
Many eminent physicians of other practices not
acknowledge this power, but receive tho treat:
for themselves and families, os well as advise i
By this treatment it takes but a few miaute
inveterate cases of almost any enrabio Chronic
ease; and so sure is the effect that but few dice
req lire a second treatment, except Deafness Kit
Bones, Dislocation. Bad Curvature of Spine
Suppurating Tumors. Even these will bc va
benefltted-always relieved lrom pain, and sc
times fully cured.
1 ho diseases which 3ield most readily to the <
alive agency of this method, as practiced by
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Asthma, Angina Pectc
Chlorosis. Loss of Voice, Rheumatism, Rheum.
Gout. Liver Disease, all kinds of t-'exual Wcakn
Diabetes, Headache, Nen-, us Irritation of thc Kn
Bronchitis, Catarrh. Diseases of tho Heart, Erupl
Diseases, Convulsions, Hysteria, Neuralgia, coin
lion ot' the Spleen, Irritation of the Stomach, I
eases of the Kidneys, Ulceration and Displaced
of the Womb, Morbid Appetite, Wakefulness, Ge
ral Debility, Weak Spine. Nervous Dcpressi
1 ifflcult Breathing, with Pain in thc Lunes, Wc
ness and Soie Eyes ct every description, 1 ischari
[ from the Ears, Noise iu the Hoad. Cancer, Tumc
! tc, kc.
Dr. ?T?iich, in connection w,ih bis peculiar tre
ment, discovered a specific for that terrible disea
Epileptic Fits. Wc particularly iuvitc ihosc afflici
READ TUE FOLLOWING:
A letter from Rev. Dr. Ido, Pastor of St. John's (1
theran) Church, Ricbmoud, Va. :
RICHMOND. VA., t* ovember 5th. 1808
To the People-For the benefit of the ufllictod
wish to state that I have been a constant sutlerer In
the most excruciating neuralgia nffoctiu? tho ha
part of my head and upper part ot mv spin? for I
past ten months; that I have taken many rc.ucd
a d been under the treatment of tho be-t physich
of the city without any effect, and was induced to 1
ply to Dr. Kreuch one week ago. who, hy one trc
meit, without th i use of medicine, perfect'}- cur
mc and as it ha* been now six da; s siuco I fl
cured, ?nd no svmptoms of my disease have rctut
ed, 1 feel iusUthVblo iu pronoun -lng myself well.
RrV. WILLIAM IDE,
Re-ideare No. 212 Broad-street, Richmond, V:
A rema-kublo euro of Dropsy by Dr. French. Re
the following affidavit:
'1 his 1. to comly that I have been afflicted with t
dropsy of my bowels and limbs for the past t
mouths; that my body and limbs were so mu
swollen that my physicians wauteJ tj tao. lu tl
deplorable coudition I presented mv.-i-lf to I
Kreuch, who, b,v threo tren tm nit a, without mw
cine, has removed my dropsy, and I may now con
der myselfn well mau.
[-igucd] STEPHEN RYAN.
Residence Manchester, Va
This day, personally appeared before mo, Stoph
Ryan, aud made oath that ho was perfectly cured
dropsy, with wnieb he was very bad for tho pasl ni
or ten nionihs, by Dr. French, November (iib, 181
JAMES MURPHY, J. P.
LO^S OF VOICE COKED IN ONE TREATMENT !
This is to certify that I have been suffering Iro
loss of m t vole for th? past four months, caused 1
a fever, that I could not speak above a vo y low wh
per until I was trcateJ hy Dr. French at the Mott
politau ll 'tel, Richmond, Va., who reston d my voi
in one minute without thc usc ol medicine or i rm tr
mants, and now I cn speak as loud and distinct as
[Siguoil] JAMES I.'ING,
Residing No. 109 T.ea-strcct. Riel. .omi. Va.
Sworu and subscribed before mc this 9ib day
J\MES c MCCARTHY, J. P.
Mr. James Heath, residence >o. 24 Theatre A'lc
Richmond, Va., hotweon Grace ana Eroad- sired
had hecu suffering from rhcuinatl<-m lu tho hm!
and back tor three ye irs. was unable to woik, w;
cured by Dr. Kreuch by twj treatments. May bc 1
Hc.iry H. Fitch, who was suffering from parnlys
of the arius and limbs-, could nut pm on his ow
coat or walk without assistance. Four trcatmeu
an ) cured. Rcsideuco on Broad-sh cet, betWOf
Seventeenth and Eightecuth. Miy b; referred to.
Mr. G. Hir..i:ie, residing in M inch ester. Rho:
nation-could not walk without cines. Threwawa
his canes after eec tr.arment
Mrs. Bobeen*, Fartinger re-Menee No. 200~ecom
sir et, Richmond Yo., deaf for five years; hcariu
restore i by one treatment at the bal'.
Edward I'almer, heart d'Bc-ase, perfectly cured t
Joseph And-nwn, resilience N >. 425 Brooke AV
uue, Richmond- rheumatism in hack aud ches
was unable to walk without a cane; was cured I
tw 0 treatment*.
M?S3 Marv Hat ria, residence No. 47 Veucbles, Riol
moud-neuralgia tn tho head, causing partial bliuc
ness, cured by three treatments.
READ TUE FOLLOWING AFFIDAVITS:
State of Marylaml City of ^Baltimore, t wit :
Bo it remembered that, ou thc loth day of Jam:
ary, A. D. 18j8, before me, thc subscriber, a Justit
ot thc Peace ol said State, in and lor the eity afon
said, personally appeared before mc, ii. U Fitcl
leiiencc comer of Woodberry lane, Woodberry
and made an oath on tho Holy Evangel of Almight
God, that his brother, aged thirteen years, wu
never known to speak a word or utter a syllabi)
aud that ho could not hear tho report of a gun, an
upen Beeing Dr. French, who by one trcatmeu
succeeded in piviug him hearing complete, and i
two weeks brought him to speak so that he can L
understood with case.
JOSEi-H MCLAUGHLIN, Justice Of thc Fea-c.
N. B.-The boy, in person, was brought helor
mc, aud I hereby certify that tho above statement
J. MCLAUGHLIN, NO. 47 North Eutaw-strect.
DEAFNESS OF TmnTT TEAKS' STANDING CURED.
7o whom it rn'iy concern:
This i3 to certify that I have been BO afflicted wita
Dstiness from a severo attack of measles, that fo
thirty years I havu been unable to hear c .ramo;
conversation. 1 have b^eu opcialcd ur on by omi
nent physicians, but all to mi p trposc, uut'l 1 wea
to '-Brainard's Hall," in thc City of Lou sville
where, after two treatments by Dr. Frenen, 1 an
able lo hear quite as distiuc: as ever.
Mrs. WILLIAM LINDSEY,
No. 9> Seneca-street, Louisvi le, Bent ici v.
Sworn tn and tubscribed be:ore me this 15th dat
August, 1807. WELLS PO K l ER,
Justice of thc Peace.
State of Maryland, City of Baltimore, to w.'t :
This is to ceriifv that my little daughter, six am
a half years of agc. had oe ia suffering from Hi[
uisuaso for tho past eighteen montos ; could no
walk without oseisstauce ; has hem in the City b oe
pital tor fiur il on.hs Without; receiving any beneli ?
was cured by Dr. French, by two treatments 01
but a lew minn os each ; and is now perfect y tree
froin her disease Rcsideuco No. 10 Madison Ave?
nue. Baltimore. SUSANNA WEENY.
sworn tn aud subscribed befuro mc the 7th day ol
October, 16CS. J. N. RYAN,
Ju-tico t f the I'eace.
MRS. JOEL FBAEZ. NO. 429 Wost Italumore stroet.
Prolapsus UteiL This lady was lound upon hor
Led, where she had been co itiued tor 1 levon yere,
not evening turu ng her elf during that time, lu
ten minu es after treatment ?b arose from hir 1 cd
ami walked, and is now enjoying mo .era ea y g >od
l'util nts will pay In proportion to
No charge will bc mailo for second
treatment, when it ls fou ucl necessary.
December 2 1
g T. LOUIS
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TBE SUBSCRIBES HAVING BEEN DULY AP?
POINTED AGENT for the above Company, respect?
fully solicits a share of the patronage of the public.
Office for the present No. 20 BROAD-STREET (up
November 30 mw2 Agent.
IV E INSURANCE
RISKS TAKEN FOR FOREIGN AND DO?
MESTIC PORTS, IN THE PHOENIX, MAN?
HATTAN AND ENTERPRISE INSURANCE
Cash Assets and Sccuiity.$4,000,000.
LOSSES MADE PAYABLE IN GOLD OR STERLING
S. Y. TUPPER, Agent.
November 20 lmwluio
Life A ssuranee Company
OF NEW YORK.
Oilier i Park Bank Building, Nos. ?14
and 21G Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, Vice-rreiiJent.
HENRY BtLDEN, Secretary. .
J. T. LUMPHREYS,
Agent for Stale of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Bro'.d-slreet.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
A?- i-UP-AG?NTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply .by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
Agent_ November 30
rjUIE CAROLINA LIFE IS SUR A NCR
HOME OFFICE, No. 291 MAIN-STREET. MEM?
INCORPORATED MARCH 24, IMO.
COMMENCED BUSINESS JULY ll, 18C7.
W. J. WICKS, President. W. F. BOYLE. Secretary.
J. H. EDMONSTON. General Ageul.
1007 Policies Issued to September 1,1SG8.
TOTAL CLAIMS PAID.512,000 00
Notes taken for one-half on all participating Poli?
cies. As a Southern Company, well established and
capably managed, it offers strong inducements to
those preferring to invest their fuude in Southern
??- Agents wanted throughout the State.
Medical Examiner, Dr. J. S. MITCHELL.
R. J. MAGILL, Agent.
November 30 No 20 Broad-street, up stairs.
Prags, (EtjtTitif?ls, detr.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
JCST-NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.^
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Mado of PD RE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, EO
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN DARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT. CHERRY BARK,
And s-uck other HKBJBs AND ROOTS ns will in all
casos assist Mgrs.iou. promoto tho socrctions of thc
system lu Ibo natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD. MALE AUB FEMALE!
All Usc lt With Wonderful Succ?s
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEA UTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
ATES APPETITE. (
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BI IT ERS. Sold by Druggists
nSF-See that our signaluro is over tba cork of eocb
bottle. BOWIE & MOISE.
POPRIEIORSAND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Augusts Gmo* Charleston. S. C.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
SCR O F U L A
ALL CHRONIC JDISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty andMar.y
Thousands of our Desi Citizens.
SS' For Tcs.lmonials of rcm&rkablt
euros, see ><Rosadall3 Almanac" for tills
PILUrAOE) ONL? BT
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE St GO.,
NO. 2d* liALTTMOI1E-8TBBBT, BALTOIOBB, MD.
FOR dALS BY
1)11 WI IC tit MOJSM,
No. iC3 Meeting-street, corner H?sol. j
Ju.'y 22 6 tn oe '
M. MARSHALL, ?l BRUTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOCGHT AND
SOLD ON COALM1SSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?S-Auc?on or HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, everj
Wtdvesdav. October l!<
yyiLLis ?? tm SOL.M.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
8HIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porte) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 9. 0.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM,
Q ll . SASS,
A TTORNEY A T LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
8&- OO?ce No. 08 BROAD-STREET, north side
between King and Meeting. May 8
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
li E A L E S TA TE A GENT,
So. IG nroadi-strc?-*
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS oOSlKESSIN THE
W-RITINGUP AND ADJUSTING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNT* of Merchants and olkers. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
REN IS OF HOUSES, A-e. October 1
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE STOCKS, BONPS, SE
C?RHIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 2 7 BRO AO-STREET,
CHARLEAN. 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
"TOOGAN ?v SEABROOK,
ATTOB-NEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS U
No. 33 BROAE-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYNARD SEABROOK
E O . H . li O P P o C K,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. timos September 21
V A H C V 9
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HOLD COTTON IN ENG LA ND,
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holding arc LESS than ni thc United States, wo
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging the Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wr.ich at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLAG HORN. HERRING k CO.,
November 13 2 mos
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE [AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS
Charb ston, S. C.
Particular attention paul ?<> sbippimi.
July 30 fimo*?
milE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE.
THIS MACHINE IS NOW RAPIDLY TAKING
thc place ot all otbSM as a FAMILY HEWING MA?
By an arrangement malo during a late visit to
New York, Iain enabled lo take orde ts for any first
class SEWING or EMITING MACHINES, and
deliver lliem hore in ton days. Also, SEWING
MACHIN KH with Buttonhole Attachment*. Cir
culara and Samples ol Sewing sent on application.
AU kinds of Needles, loolx, AX.
Repairing done as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
November 4 wfni2mos
Encourage Home Manufacture !
PALMETTO HOP YEAST CARES.
HAVING RECEIVED TUE AGENCY FOR
these celebrated YEAST CAKES, manufactur?
ed by Mrs. S. H. L. Price, or Sutnmorvillo, S. C.,
wo respectfully ask for them thc attention of the
trade generally, and housekeepers especially. '1 bey
are exclusively of Southern manufacture, entirely
free from any injurious properties, superior to those
ol Northern moke, answer ail tho purposes of. und
ore far more economical than, Yeast Powders. All
we asa for them is a fair trial. Directions for mo
accompunv ca h package
The trade supplied at MANUFACTURER'S
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
Foulhwcst earner Meeting and Market-streets.
"VTUKTUi STEELE & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN
F A K CY (i O O ? S ,
STATIONERY. PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSLEltY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WITHE GOODS, EM B H OID KR?, kc, kc,
No. 167 31 cetirig-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARBELL, JB. NOW York.
September 15 3roos
Purifies the Blood.
For Bale by Druggists Kverywher
Joly 2? ste 1; ?
IsTOW IS YOUR C?^ILSTC-E.
TO THESCITIZENS AND PUBLIC GENERALLY :
HATING RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORT?
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
EYER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO bUPPI Y ANY DEMAND THAT MAY BE MADE UPON US FOR AN*
of thc above named Good-, at prices that cannot be competed with by any establishment in this city,
lhc following is a partial list of our prices :
SACK COATS. PANTALOONS.
COLORED SATINET.$3 to 5 00 i 150 PAIRS FANCY SATINET.$ 1 25
FINE ALL-WOOL CASSI M ERE.... C to 14 00 j 109 PAIRS FANCY SATINET.2 00
FINE BLACK CLOTH AND CASSI- I 100 PAIRS BLACK AND COLORED
MERE. 0 to 18 00 I UNION C VSSlHERE.3 00
I FANCY CASSIMERE.4, 5 and G 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS. FINE FANCY CASSIMERE. 7 00
i EXTRA FINE FANCY CASSIMERE.... 3 (?.
GOOD QUALITY.$12 00 BLACK DOESKIN CASSIMERE ?. G and 7 00
FINE QUALITY. 15 00 EXTRA FINE BLACK DOESKIN
SUPERFINE. 20 to 25 00 CASSIMERE. 9 00
FINE BLACK BEAVER.9 00
OVER SACKS. I
ALL-WOOL TWEED. $7 UO VESTS.
BLACK UNION CASSIMERE.7 00
BLACK PETERSHAM.ll 00 | FANCY CASSIMERE.$1 25 to 2 00
FINE BLACK BEAVER. 15 lo 20 00 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE.. 2, 250. 3 and 3 50
EXTRA FINE BLACK BEAVER.. .25 to 30 00 | BLACK CLOTH and CASSIMERE3,4 and 5 00
In addition to tho above named trticles, wc have on hand a large lot of ALL-WOOL CA"SIMERE
PACES AND WALKING COATS, slightly soile I, which wo will sell at S7 00coch, worth double . also a
lorie lot of COLORED OASSIMEBE PANTS, at H 00 each ; aLo, a large assortment of FURNISHING
GOODS, all new, which wo will se?atcirris.io dingly low prices.
Please give us a call, and examine for yourselves, at om old stand, where we have been located for over
GEOEGE LITTLE & CO.,
NO. 213 KING-STREET, BELOW MARKET.
November 24 Imo
OR MADE TO O H DER.
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AT E. SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall, unu>r the
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
C. E. CL A G HO K .\, I Philadel
E. II. COATES, i phia, Pa.
W. P. ll LOURING,
A. 31. JACKSON,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHOEN, H Eli KING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH nOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), wc are prepared to oller cvciv facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF CUR 'HIKER HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on nil consignments when desired. Also lo our friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCKHART k DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October (j Die 3mos
IMPORTE K OF P A R I S FANCY GOODS,
' S X ll 0 Al a UIJ 'A H UN O I X 3 3 .1 N O ?> H 0 M 3 H i
November 24 tuthslmo
F A S S M A N ' S TIE,
FOR BALING COTTON.
IHAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF THIS EXCELLENT TIF, OF FCLL LENGTHS. IT?
introduction among our Planters is already so general and satisfactory, that comment now is hardly
necessary. It is made of the best iron, is perfectly simple in its lastening, and the Buck e is so managed
with teeth as to instantly CLAMP TH li HOOP when the pressure is removed from the Bale.
For sale by
R. M. BUTLER,
AGENT AT CHARLESTON.
QP AL DENTALLINA,
TOOTH W A S 12,
For Cleansing thc Teeth, Preventing the
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
the Gums, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance in thc month.
SUPERIOR TO ??OZCD?NT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREP \RATION I* THE RE.-I7LT OF THE
eombinod skill of the physician, rieutn-t and apothe?
cary, and it is offered a, a RKL1ABU sn sti.uc>: tor
the numerous uuer ain wash ? BOW iu %ogue. 'I he
microscope has also been called hilo u-c, ano the re?
searches of a celebrated observer have detected the
manucr iu which lhe tartar is lorined, showing it to
bo the wort of anim?lculo?.
Substances which FICHKH found lo des roy 'he life
of <bi'se iuiusoriu arc cuntained in ihc Den tu luna,
an'' thus it prevents the increase of tartar and oon-e
quent looseuios of the teeth. It will be lound useful
to persons lu advanced life, giving strength ?nd tone
to the Rums, while lo every oi.o the unana and sen?
sation of cleanliness after usiug it will bo suffirent
recommends ti jn; smokers especially will appreciate
Numerous denlie s of tho highest etan dins be'n/?
acquainted with : he composition of tho Ucn allina,
advocate its Ui>e, .t contaiuiug nodainc oarrosive or
injurious to pr?tent i's unrestrained cmploymeur.
Prcparel only by JAS. T. SHI NN, Chemist, Phila?
For sale by DOW! F * MOISE,
Cerner Meeting and Hasel streets,
October 14 wfmSmoe Charleston, S. C.
THI3 ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various BIZOS
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL*, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from f re
IO feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON TRESS HS for ?tand
pi-'wer, ^aw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descrlptione
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOC;E FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOI! BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH JV EIGHTS, dc, ?fr-,
WILLIAM" 6. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOHN DSU
No. 314 MEETING-STREET.
CHA?LE?TOlf, fr. C.