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Hate yon seen a kitten play with a bau ?
Ste clutches lt tight tn her s harp little claws,
Tosses it np and then lets lt fall;
Rolls lt away, and, after a pause,
Brings lt again to her side; with a spring,
Bounds far from it with motion active,
Yet ne'er, for an instant, loses the thing;
Oh ! a kitten playing is very attractive.
Just so a malden plays with my heart;
A moment she holds it meshed In her smiles,
Then seems to forget me and turns apart;
And when 1 am almost freed from her wiles.
Calls mc back with a glance so sweet
That only her in the world I see,
And again he captive before her feet,
Though I know she is playing kitten with me.
A Novel and Interesting Scene-Thc De?
parture and thc Arrival.
The London Times, ol" the 29uh ult. says :
Yesterday Miss Rye, the most successful of thc
priestesses of emigration, sailed from tho Mersey,
with ninety-flve persons under her care, in the
ocean steamship Hibernia:!, for Quebec. Her
charge consisted of nineteen adults, eight boys
and sixty-eight little girls, all of whom, with the
exception of ten, are orphans. Her intention is
to take them to an establishment she bas pre?
pared in Canada, near Niagara, and there give
them a course of training, and ultimately to send
them ont as domestic servants. Miss Rye her?
self, with twenty-six children from London,
Wolverhampton, Bath, Ac, arrived on board
OB Wednesday evening. The Liverpool con?
tingent, consisting of fifty little girls from thc
Liverpool industrial schools, which form part
of the parochial system, were taken on board
yesterday at noon. About a month ago Miss Rye
explained ber plan to the Liverpool Select Vestry,
and obtained their consent to the experiment, at
the rate of ?8 per head. Thc money was provid?
ed, ?200 ont of the voluntary rate and the remain
lng ?200 by subscription. Mr. Rathbone, M. P.,
being a principal subscriber. Eighty or ninety
children were at liest Eelected, ali of them either
orphans or those who had been deserted fora
number of years; but it was determined that no
child whose relatives objected should be sent out,
and as objections were made in several cases the
number was at length reduced to fifty. The in?
mates of thc schools were at once set to work,
and an excellent kit was provided for each cf thc
little travellers. A good substantial box, contain?
ing twenty-eight articles of apparel, was given to
each. Mr. and Mrs. Birchall, thc master and
matron of thc schools, accompanied the little
emigrants tn the steamer. It was an interesting
sight on board the tender. The tl f ty were all under
eleven years of agc and twenty were under seven.
They were all attired in warm woollen hoods,
?overing the ears and shoulders, substantial
woollen frocks and cloaks, stout shoes and
woollen socks. Each little one waa also provided
wita a nice picture book and a ptum bun. They
were an exceedingly cheerful, merry, happy -look?
ing assemblage. The little children were evident?
ly many of them great pets and bore marks of
affestion about them In the form of extra worked
hoods, large supplies of picture books, and the
like, when on board the tender, and still more
on board the Hibernian, the little voyagers lost
sdi sense of regret at leaving home In the crowd
. of wonders that thronged upon them, and tho
only tears to be seen were those of one pretty lit?
tle malden who bad run a splinter into her Unger.
Two or three of the little girls bad relatives who
came to see them off, but the great majority were
tn that respect forlorn, though in no sense unbap
py. Miss Rye received them on board the Hibern?
us, and they were formally handed over to her
charge by Mr. Birchall. Thc arrangements made
for their reception were admirable. Their berths
were roomy, and the whole section was carefully
partitioned off from the other parts of the ves?
sel, and wocld bo strictly reserved to Miss Rye,
ker matron and tho children under their charge.
Miss Rye was warm in her praise of the arrange
. incuts which Messrs. Allan had made. She also
remarked that the kindness her charge had met
with from the railway company's employees, and
from all with whom they had come tn contact,
was most marked. Indeed, the childish band ex?
cited the utmost interest. Rough tars who had
'been accustomed for years to scenes of parting
from homo and friends, and had become hard?
ened thereto, unbended now, and took a kindly
and inquiring interest In the little adventurers
who are so soon to encounter the trials of an emi?
grant life, though certainly under far happier
auspices than usually fall to the lot of tho orphan
and the friendless. On their arrival on board tho
children were at once taken down to their section
of the vessel for dinner. Very happy they
looked, and yet many of those little cheer
' ful laces had ' passed through scenes of
great sorrow. One pretty little creature,
almost a bab', and her sister, slightly
?Mer, bad left ttu ir mother, who poor creature, ls
dying tn a Londou hospital, and their father has
been dead to ne years. Two other little ones had
left their mother, a poor Londou needlewoman,
dead lu the house, where she had struggled for
many years. la this ease, also thc father had
been long dead.. All the children were provided
with excellent outiits. Before leaving the school
the Live-pool children were carefully examined
?the school doctor, and they, with the others,
?passed thc scrutiny of the emigration medi?
cal ?nicer. As to their future, Miss Rye has
already bought and prepared an ample home for
them at Nagara, which she has aptly christened
"Our Western Home." There the children will bc
kept in rsreful training until they aie 15, when
they will be let ont to service at Axed rates of
wage?, and still to some extent under Miss Rye's
supervision, until they are ls, when they become
their own mistresses. Due care will be taken that.
tho persons to whom the children aro permitted to
Sartareofgood character and position. There ls,
waver, another very Important and interesting
etan eat in the scheme. If any visitor to "Our
Western Some" sees a child to r-hom he or she
takes a fancy-and if the mer.J( happy and In?
telligent faces are any, criterion, there win be
many such-and can give sufficient guaranties of
respectability and honest intention, they wilt bo
?emitted to adopt the child. Seeing the excel?
lent opening there is for female labor in such a
country as Canada, few will dispute the excellence
and the practical philanthropy ef Miss Rye's en?
terprise, and there are fewer still who will not
wish tho orphan children a hearty "God speed."
. nu ARRIVAL.
Tac Toronto Leader, of. the 12th instant, tens
., tko sequel of the story:
There arrived at 2 o'clock yesterday a train by
tte Grand Trunk Railway containing about three
kundred emigrants, of whom about ono hundred
were Swedes, one hundred English, and the re?
mainder Miss Rye's batch or little emigrants
bound for their new home at Niagara, the eldest
of whom could mot have been more than about
twelve years of age. The Swedes and about thlr
aflve of the English proceeded to the States,
is Bye marshalled her little army and marched
them ou board the steamer City of Toronto, which
GapUtn Malloy, with his usual consideration and
kindness, had steamed to Tanning's wharf await:
mg their arrivai. lt was most gratifying to see
the kindness with which these little ones were re?
ceived. Mr. Angas Morrison had a couple ol bar?
rels of apples opened and distributed among tho
Children, and Mr. Clement backed him sp io his
kindness with all the available baskets of cakes to ,'
tenadla the neighborhood; and thev were wen
repaid for their kindness tn Ute happy faces sur?
DISCOTBMIXK IW THE BUN.
Ar Mystery of the "Red Pro tub rr-1
Astronomers are busy in all parts of the world
. studying the nature of the sun's surface and at?
mosphere, the wonderful discoveries of the spec?
troscope having given a new impulso to this
branch of inquiry. Mr. Janssen*? method of j
studying the "red protuberances,'' which were |
termetly supposed capable of being seen only in
throe of eclipse, is now practiced dally in many ob?
By this method Mr. Lockyer, an English spec
irowplst, has discovered that the solar protu?
berances are local accumulations of a gaseous en
vefepe, which completely surrounds the sun.
H-J finds this to bc marvellously regular in its
- contour, and to have a thickness of about live
thousand miles. To this envelope he has given
. the name of the son's chromosphere. It lien im?
mediately contiguous to tho bright surface of the
?aa. It consists chiefly of hydrogen; while thc
protuberances that break up tho continuity of its
entune are vast masses of Incandescent hydro
ren and other vapors, ejected from time to time
from the luminous mass of the sun Into thc
' The beautiful halo, called the corona seen to
. . ?noircie the sun in total eclipses, was also ob?
served by 6pectro8copists during the last two
eclipses. In the eclipso of last year, when the
spectroscope was directed on thc corona, only a
faint continuous spectrum was observed, without
bright or dark lines.- Rut during thc late eclipse
some of the American observers noticed one or
more bright lines. Professor Young, of Hart
month College, speaks of three as being visible in
hts spectroscope; and, what is worthy or special
notice, one of these lines correspond precisely In
position with a bright lino that had previously
been found io bolong to the light of the aurora
In connection with this important discovery,
another, made by Angstrom, should be mention?
ed. It is that a bright band which he had several
times observed In the spectrum from the light of
auroral arches, was also to bo detected In that
from the zodiacal light, the substance of which
is known to ? rvade the entire space between the
sun and the e rth. We are thus led to infer that
the same sundance is preheat in tuc immediate
vicinity of the Bun, where the radiations of the
corona are seen, throughout thc fields of space
that Ile between the sun and earth, aud tn thc
upper regions of the earth's atmosphere whero
the auroral Arcs are kindled.
Thcso discoveries lend a powerful support to the
theory advocated by Professor Norton, of Yale
College, In hts treatise on economy, that thc cero?
sa is a solar phenomenon aualogous to terrestrial
auroras; that its seeming radiations arc at the
same timo lines of electric discharge, and streams
of luminous matter Cowing on* into space; that
the same material emanations are seen in transi?
ts In tho zodiacal light, and furnish the matter
of terrestrial auroras. It is maintained by the
author of this theory that it famishes an aue
I qnate explanation of the disturbing aotien of the
sun upon the magnetic needle, which, though
91,000,000 miles distant from the sun, tremble?
and aways to and fro in sympathy with those In?
tense activities which are in operation on the
sun's surface, and originate dark and bright
spots on his disc; also, of the correspondence ob
? served to subsist between the periods of auroras,
as well as of the disturbances of the magnetic
needle and those of the solar spots.
It is now pretty generally admitted that the
corona is not the proper atmosphere of the sun,
that this does not in fact extend more than a few
thousand miles from the sun's bright surface,
while the corona streams forth into space, in
some directions to the distance of a million miles.
The theory that the corona is essentially a solar
aurora, appears to find more favor with the ob?
servers of tho late eclipse, than any other which
has been advanced. Professor Morton, In the re?
port of the observations of his party, advocates
lt, and adduces strong arguments drawn from
the results of the observations in its support.
LivEr.rooL-Per ship Ellen Southard-2C bags
sea island cotton, 2648 bales upland cotton, 2S1
bags cotton seed.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship James Adger-5a
bags sea island cotton, P37 bales upland cotton,
84 tes rice, 35 bundies paper, 58 pkgs sundries. 32
pk ps fruit.
MATANZAS-Per sehr Edna Harwood-30,000 feet
A PORT IN THE WEST INDIES-Per sehr Thomas
Misklmmons-64,340 feet resawed Inmber, 120
Thc Charleston Cotton, Rice and N ava I
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
TUESDAY EVENING, November 23, 1869 (
COTTON.-With a very restricted demand, prices
were lower, and receded, in some cases, to "vc.
? lb. Sales about 250 bale*, viz: 8 at 22; 9 at 23;
8at2.3X;20nt23J?;13at23,,i;53ut 24; 21 at 24-.;
83 at 24ii ; 3 at 34# ; 5 at 2S. Wc quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.2S023&
HICK.-Factors were offering but limited sup
pbes, and the market was quiet and without sales
NAVAL STORES.-There was r.o change of im?
portance under this head. Sales 200 bois, spirits
turpentine at 44c. "f? gallon.
FREIGHTS.-The supply of freight room to most
peints is for thc moment sulllcient for the de?
mand. To Liverpool, by steam, engagements are
making at yd fi lb on uplands and i ' 4d on sea Isl?
ands; by sailed on uplands and i^tl on sea islands.
To Havre, by steam, nominal; by sail, uomhial at
rjtfc on uplands and l.^c on sea islands, nominal.
Coastwise, to New York, by steam, ??c lb on
uplands and lc on sea islands; by sail, Xe ? rc on
nplands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail,
Xe ? lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
He ""f* lb on uplands; by sail, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by steam, >i@.:tC "?3 lb on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
.Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 23-Noon.-Consols ou.7,..
Bonds 83^. Turpentine 28s 9d.
LIVERPOOL, November 23-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
nplands 11%; Orleans lljfd; sales 8000 bales.
Terpentine 27s 3d.
Afternoon.-Red Western wheat fis 3d; red
winter 8s 8d. Cotton dui!. Yarns and fabrics at
Evening.-Cotton steady; uplands ll ?fd; Or?
leans ITJid; sales 8000 bales; for speculation and
export 1600 bales. Ked winter wheat 7s SdaSs.
Flour 21s 9d.
PARIS, November 2.*;-Noon.-Bourse opens
quiet. Rentes Nf 70c
HAVRE, November 23-Noon.-Cotton opens
with a declining tendency; low middling afloat
if 42* c.
NEWYOKK, November 2j-Noon.-Stocks si
and firm. Money ca", sterling, long !>,'.; sh >rt
9X. Gold 26;i. Sixty-twos \b%; Tennessee*,
ex-coupon, 53; new 52; Virginias, old, ex-eonpon,
60; new 64; Louisianas, old 6!>U; Levees 58;
eights 80; Alabama eighta 94*; fives SOU; Geor
i gin sixes 81; sevens 92; North Carolinas, old 4.v.;;
new 35. Flour dull and drooping. Wheat un?
changed. Corn a shade firmer. Mess pork .% .:
80. Lard quiet. Cotton lower at 26 * c. Turpen?
tine quiet at 47847L- Rosin doll; strained i? r>a
220; Freights dull.
Evening.-Cotton heavy and ??c i?t\?r; ?-aies
2300 hales at 26c. Flour heavy; sup<-.une State
i $4 60; common to fair extra s- jthern $5 80.
Wheat la2c better and more do ng; winter red
$130; Michigan $1 50. Corn r'oeed dull. Mess
pork $33 75. Lard firm at ? Jal9*c. Whiskey
$l06*al 07*. Groceries qu JL Turpentine 47a
48c. Rosin $2 15o8. Freight' lower; on cotton,
by steam, 6-icd; by sal), 3-16i*. Money moderate?
ly active at 6a7 per eent. .-.terflng dull at 9.
Gold closed heavy at 20*.. Southerns dull.
BALTIMORE, November ?C.-Cotton dull but
Arm at 24J?C. Flour stead: . Wheat dull and
lower; prime to choice red $1 lOal 32. Corn firm;
prune new 93c. Mess pork 1 -m at $33. Bi con
steady. Lard 19c. Whiskey ti mer.
CINCINNATI, November23.-C n soeroe and ad
vanelng; old 98ca$l; new la, wit. ute supply
not equal to the demand. Whiskey dull and lo2c
lower. Mess pork quiet and held at $32. Lard in
demand at i"*al7*c.
ST. Louis, November 23.-Flour heavy; fall
superfine $3 85at 26. Corn firm; new white, In
bulk, 72c; prime white $l 06. Mess pork quiet
at $30 60. Bacon steady. Lard, nothing doing.
LooisviLLK, November 23.-Corn firm at 86c.
' Provisions quiet. Old mess pork $31. Lard 18c.
i Whiskey dull at $l io.
WILMINGTON, November 23.-Spirits turpentine
quiet at 43c. Rosin quiet at $1 C5; No 2 $2 76a3.
AUGUSTA, November 23.-Cotton easier; sales
, 576 bales; receipts 747 bales; middling 23a23#c.
SAVANNAH, November 23.-Cotton, receipts 2875
bales; exports 269C bales; sales eoo bales; mid?
dling 23*c; market weak.
MOBILE, November 23.-Cotton, demand mo?
derate; closed quiet; sales 800 bales; middling
23*c ; receipts 174 bales; exporta 5C bales.
Nrr ORLEANS, November 23.-Cotton active at
Vc; sales 7000 bales; receipts 37S8 bales; exports
to Liverpool 3120 bales; to the Comment 4486
bales. Molasses higher; prime 62c; all others un?
changed. Gold- 26J?. Sterling 30*. New York
sight * discount.
Murray, Ferris ?ScCo.'s Naval Store? Cir.
? NEW YORK, November 20.-8riRrrs Tuarn
TINE.-In the early part of the week, the pros?
pects of au advance Induced an active business,
the sales amounting te 1200 bbLs at 47a47*c mer?
chantable, and 47*a48c for New York bbls; but
for thc last few days the sales are only about 260
bbls at 47*a48*c for merchantable, and 48c for
New York bbls. There is no disposition on the
part of buyers to concede thc extreme prices de?
manded, and, so far, thc advance iu Wilmington
to 44*c bas had little or no cifcct on this market.
Receipts 1020 bbls. Exports 35 bbls.
ROSIN.-We are still unable to report any change
in the position of the market. Could tonnage bc
had, there would DO a brisk demand for strained
at $2 15. The business in pale is restricted by the
same cause, and although Hiere has been a sliK-ht
ly improved demand from soap-makers, yet the
trade is miserably small. The total sales amount
.jo less than 7000 bbls, (nf which 1900 ??re No. 1 and
pale.) at fSaSOl for black; $2 15 for common
strained; $2 20 for good strained: $2 50*260for
No. 2; $2 7.ia4 for No. 1, and (4 25a5 00 for pale.
Recepta 11,749 bbls. Exports 4830 utils.
TAR.-There ha* been some demand for paving
purposes, with sales of 966 bbls North Carolina at
$2 60 for all sizes over 25 gallons, and loo bbls
Wilmington at $2 so. At thc dos., tue market la
even more dull than before. Rec iota 390 bbls.
Exports 137 bbls.
NASHVILLE, November 20.-COTTON.-Early in
thc day the market was quite active at quotations,
hot closed very quiet, with no perceptible change
In the situation as reported yesterday. Thc clos?
ing quotations were: Low middling 23; good or?
dinary 22*; ordinary 22. .
COTTON STATEMENT .
Stock on hand September 1,180'j.None
Received to-day. 2f.2
Shipped to-day. 204
Stock on hand. c,?79
CORN.-Sacked and delivered in depot $1 os,
with sales of t.?O bushels; without sacks, from
store, $1; loose, old. from wagons, commands 90a
96c: new sells for 76c,
OATS.-Market quiet at 75aR0c for socked and
delivered in thc depot; loose, from wagon 60a86c;
sacked from store 70c. Receipts SOOO bushels.
BARLEY.-Dull at 90ca$l buying.
RYE.-A few lots occasionally changed hands at
95ca*l lo from wagon.
WILMINGTON, November 22,-SPIRITS TURPEN?
TINE.-Receipts 307 casks. No sales. 4SXe of?
fered, without buyers.
ROSIN.-Receipts 1523 bbls. Sales of 125 bbls at
$1 60 for strained and $1 S5 for extra No. 2.
CR ema TURPENTINE.-Sales of 82 bbls at $3 05
for soft and $4 75 for bard-an advance of 5c on
former grades since last report,
TAB.-Sales of 34 bbls at $2.
COTTON.-Sales of 40 bales as follows: 1 at 23#c;
4 at 23>ic, and 35 at 23}4'c.
Selma Cotton Statement.
SELMA, November 19.
Stock op hand September 1,1869. *4
Received this week.i>#05
Shipped this week.1,119
Stock on hand November 19, 1869 . 5,169
Columbus Cotton Statement.
COLUMBUS. November 20.
Stock on hand September l, 18C9. 136
Received past week. .1,14S
Received previously.30,790- 36,0-14
Shipped past week. 207
Shipped previously.24,922- 27.1S9
Stock on hand Nov. 19. l?69.11,891
Interior Cotton Market*.
COLUMBIA, November 22.-There was but little
doing in cotton to-day; 58 bales were disposed Of
at prices varying from 23023'? e.
SELMA, November 21.-Cotton in fair demand
yesterday, with free offerings. The market clos?
ed very easy. Sales of 20r? hales at the following
quotations: Middling 22%a22M; low middling
22,,u22?,'; good ordinary 21MC.
MACON, November 20.-Cotton receipts to-day
673 bales; pales 2^5 bales; sliippo<l 47.-; bale?. The
market was quiet and steady to-day, up to the
arrival of the evening reports from New York, at
22>?a22;'?c; but after that hour very little cotton
was sold, and thc market was closed quiet at 22.1J
for middling-the best still bringing Mc more.
Receipts by Railroad, November 33.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
;tvs bales cotton, 17 bales domestics, 79 bbls
flour, 1 car pig iron. Ss bbls naval stores, 3 cars
stock. To Railroad Agent, T.l Kerr A co, Pclzcr,
Rodgers A co, Caldwell A Son, Willis .t Chlsolm,
Kirkpatrick A. Witte,W K Ryan, Graeser A Smith,
G W Williams A co, J R Pringle A Son, G ll Wal?
ter A co, A .1 Salinas. W C Courtney A co, Frost, A
Adger. wiss A co, .1 B E Sloan. W B Smith A- co.
Agent N E Railroad, and others.
91 bales upland and 9 b.-iics sea Island cotton, JO
bbls naval stores, cars phosphate, tobacco, mdse,
Ac. To WiSS A co. J L Driggers, H P Gourdin, A
I! Jarvis, S I) Stoney, Reeder A Davis, Kirkpatrick
A Witte, Ravcnel ic co, Frost A Adger, A J Sali?
nas, Caldwell A Son, Chisohn Bros, Roper A sto
nev, W Gurney. J A Pritchard, J P Nelson, Jef?
fords A co, Chapeau A Heffron, O Roach, W K
Ryan. Claghorn, Herring A co, Ceo W Williams A
co, J E Adger A co, Galliard A Minoit, R Pringle,
Per steamship James Adger, for New York-J
D Emerson, w K Rosseter, Mrs Ellison, J A Elli?
son, J ilartthornc, G W tmintard.
Per steamship Champion, from New York
Mrs Morgan, Miss Morgan, Mrs Smith, Miss Smith,
J Barnum. 8 C Barnum, Mi?s L Bullington, Mrs H
H l'aine, Mrs T ll Calvert, Miss C A Marshall, Miss
A Miles, F W Gillen, Niss M Gillett, N Parsons, M
0 llanscom, B Close, E True, Mrs Cone and child,
Master Cone, R I) Bacot. J M Bailey. A French,
wife and child, Jno Uhl, C Heindorff, H Buist and
wife, J L Rcsigua, wife, two children and servant,
Mrs A Libby and daughter, H B Gullett and wife,
Il K Hubbard, S Y latcher, G Hollingsworth, Mrs
Shaw, and io in steerage.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 2 4.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left Saturday, I' M. Mdse. To J Adger A co, J K
Adger A co, J D Aiken .v. co, M A A Ashton, J Ap?
ple, Adams, Damon A co, Mrs ll Armstrong, J Al?
len, Bollinuuii Bros, F. 7 Brown, H F W Brewer,
Brown A liver, C D Brahe A co, TA Beamish A
co, EBates A co, ii Buist, w M Bird A co, J Hcii
nou A co, T M Bristol A CO, Mrs Louisa Reiser, J
W Bocschj Bartco, W S Corwin A co, M Clear,
\v ii Chnfcc A c >, Charleston Hotel, J Commins,
Cam? ron. Barkley A cn, L chopin A co, Mrs Ellen
Cooper, J A Cook A co, C l> Carr A CO, I laciin A
Witte, J P Cauiplieil, <: :. Card azo, McDuff Cohen,
Dowie A Moise, tl Drake, J Dawson. Doughtf A
Miller, II Daly, Edgerton A Richards, A w Bokel
A c.-, L Ellas. 1 L Falk A co, Forsythc, MoComb A
co, D V Fleming A co, P L Gulilcmln, ll Gerdts A
co, L Goldstein, w Gurney, Holmes' Bookstore,
Uarbeson A co, Hart A CO, R Hunter, J Hurkamp
.v co, E c Holland, w Hunt, N A Hunt, Johnston,
Crews A co, Jeffords A co, Jennings, ThomUnson
A co, C Kerrison, Kinsman Bros, Klinck, Wicken
Iverg A co, Kreite A Chapman, Kanapaux A co, H
Klatle A co. Edward Lee, C Litschgi, L Loren/.!, J
levison, A Langer, Jno G Miltuir A co, J Madsen,
Muller, Nimitz A co, M Marks. Marshall A McMil?
lan, w Mancher, MeLoy A Rice, W Matthicssen,
S R Marshall, Manillar. Williams A Parker, Neuf
ville A Hannam, B O'Neill, Jun F O'Neill A Son. D
O'Neill A Son, 1) Pa il A co, W F Paddou, C J yuin?
by A co, E Rosenthal, J Reils, R F Rockwood, J il
Rennekor, Reeder A Davis, Ravcnel A co, c W
Stiles, Shackelfo- d A Kelly, S C Railroad Agent, J
Stciber, J E Semkcn, I) li Sllco.x, Sempkin A Rei?
fer, E B Stoddard A co, P C Schroder, ll Soube
roux. Southern Express co, Tieman A Pritchard,
J F Taylor A co, J Thompson A co, Terry A Nolan,
J Torrent, J B Togni, MAM Foster, S Thompson,
P von Santen, J II Wurhman. Mrs E Wagner J S
! Westcudorff, C II Wright. J N M Wohltman, E R
White, W L Webb. P Walsh, J Wirth A co. Geo W
1 Williams A co. J Wiley A co, Werner A Ducker, W
A Warren, Geo li Walter A co, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, W J Yates A co, und others.
Steamer General Monlgault, Cordes, George?
town, S C. 90 bales cotton and sundries. To
Shackelford A Kcllv, Mowry A co, W K Ryan, Il
Sloop Amelia, from Asucpoo. 1C60 bushels rough
rice. To Frost A Adger.
Boats from Christ Church. 12 bags sea island
cotton. To R S Venniug.
Boats from James' island. 4 bags sea Island
cotton. To w c Bee A co.
' Flat from James Island. 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A Dill.
Received from Clusolm's Mill-80 tierces rice
and 7 bags sea island cotton. To Chisolm Bros,
Geo H Hoppock, < ?adlard A Mlnott, Mazy ck A Sal?
tas, John Honckel, Frost A Adger.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York
-James Adger A co.
Ship Ellen Southard, tl ic, Liverpool-Willis A
Sehr Thos Miskimmons, Wyatt, o Tort In the
West Indies-J A Enslow A co.
Sehr Edna Harwood, Harwood, Matanxas via
Moorehead City, N C-J A Enslow A co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
Steamer Dictator, McNelty, Paint ka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Brig John Boich, Gardner, Wilmington, N C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York, No?
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, New York,
StcamBhio Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Novem?
Sehr Addle Fuller, Henderson, Georgetown, SC,
Sehr Ida S Bnrgess, Burgess, Georgetown, SC,
SAVANNAH, November 23.-Arrived, steamships
Carroll, from Baltimore; Tonawonda, ?rom Phila?
delphia; San Jacinto, from New York. Cleared,
brig John Sherwood, Montevideo; bark Canada,
Liverpool; steamships North Point, Baltimore;
Leo, New York.
WILMINGTON, November 23.-Thc steamer Foir
banks arrived from New York. The Regulator
and W I? Clyde cleared for New York.
NEW YORK, November23.-Arrived, steamships
Saragossa and Manhattan, from Charleston; San
Salvador, from Savannah.
The British steamship Marmora, Robinson, from
Liverpool tor Charleston, arrived at Wexford, lrc
laud, Novembers, and .sailed un tho 6th.
Thc sehr Palma, Rankin, for Georgetown. SC,
cleared ut New York November 20.
CEOPOKTOWK. November 22.-Arrived, Novem?
ber 19th, sehr Addle Fuller. Henderson, Charles?
ton, S O; 20th, sehr Susan Wright, Pearce, New
York; 22d, sehr Ida S Burgess, Burgess, Charles?
ton, S C. Cleared, 2?tb, .sehr Mary, Gilchrist,
.Belfast, Mc; sehr Braga, luce, Meade, Castine, Mo.
O ? I S M c L A I N ,
BROKER ANO OOM MISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, s. c.
Stocks, Bonds und Gold bought, carried and
sold short in New York City.
Particular attention PL ul te thc purchase and
sale of all kind? ol' Suuiucrti Securities.
^ P. CHEVREUX,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting street, and llorlbcck's Alley,
Charleston, S. C.
Plans mode to order and work executed promptly,
J^EWYORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE-FOR NEW YORK.
The first class Bide-wheel s teamen ip
CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood, ^f?MkW
mander, will leave Adger's Wharf, on SATTOBAY,
the 27th Instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
D0T24 4 JAMES ADO ER & CO., Agents.
JpOR NEW YORK.
The splendid side-wheel steamship ^T-SStr.
MAGNOLIA, M. H. Crew, ll, M:i,sln.2MM?
having elegant accommodations for passengers,
will leave Vanderhoret.'s Wharf on THURSDAY,
November 25th, I860, at - o'clock.
nov22 RAVEN KL it CO.. Agents.
JPOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
INSURANCE ONE-HALF PEP. CENT.
The Steamship J. W. KYERMAN,jjBav
Captain J. N. Hinckley, will leave North 2J?lB?gj?
Atlantic Wharf FRIDAY, November 2tftii, at u
o'clock A. M.
For Freigut or Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
nOV22 North Atlantic Whan.
QUNARD LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS
Between NEW YORK and IJVER-^^?W
POOL, calling at Quecnstowu. ?S?fiSfe
.IA VA, . TRIPOLI.
One or the above First Class iron Mall Steamers
arc intended to sail us follows:
From Liverpool for New York direct ovary SAT?
Kroru Liverpool (calling at Cork Harbor) for
New York via Boston every TOBSPAY.
From Now Yorlrfor Liverpool (ru!lins at Cork
Harbor) every TUUR&DAY.
Certiiicates issued to bring out Passengers, tl \m
any part of Europe at lowest rates.
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
CHAS. C. FRANKLYN.
No. 4 Bowling tireen. Now York.
For Steerage Passage, apply to Trinity Build?
ing, No. Ill Broadway, New York, or to
WM". ROACH ? CO., Agen;-.
nov4 1 BmwSraoe Charleston.
mRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay in their???f?fiMra.
supplies or Clarou, Champagnes, Cor-SMsaiaa
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segara.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO..
No. 275 King street, opposite H?sel.
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York._scpt28 emos
THROUGH USE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
Steamers of the abave line leave Pier.
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street,,_
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of tho 5tti and
2lst of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then thc Saturday preceding.)
Departure of 5th and 21st connect ai Panama
with steamers for South Pacific ant] Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 6th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China December 4, iSo9.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information ap?
ply at thc COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, OB the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North Uiver, New
York. F. ll. BAB J , Agent.
OR FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
INLAND RODTlS VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, HAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK AND
ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS
ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer PILOT BOY', captain _ ?67"*^
Fenn Peck, will leave Charleston Vv^'-v?f/:|J
for above points every SATURDAY MOKNINO, ut s
o'clock. Leaving Savannah MONDAY MORNING,
at ? o'clock.
Returning, she wi.'! leave Fernandina OH TUBS
PAY AFTERNOON, after arrival of tbe train froiu
Cedar Keys and Gainesville; leaving Brunswick
?ame evening; leaving Savannah lor Charleston,
via Beaufort, ou WED.SK.SDAY AFTERNOON, a: 3
For Freight or Passage apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO..
nov24 South Atlantic Wharf.
"jnXTRA TRIP TO BEAUFORT AND
Steamer PILOT BOY, Oapta.n . .ofF**''*,
Penn Peck, will sail tor above .JSz-il
points every FRIDAY MORNINO, at S o'clock, kc
turning, will leave Beaufort same evening to snit
thc tide. J. 1). AIKEN & CO.,
JV)R BEAUFORT AND CHISOLM'S
LANDING VIA EDISTO, ROCKVILLE, ENTER?
PRISE AND WAY LANDINGS.
The Steamer ST. HELENA, capt. _ ?.TT**?)?.
U. 1). Elliott, will leave as above?.'?'-iis^C
THURSDAY, 2&th Inst., at l o'clock A. M."
Returning, will leave Beaufort FRIDAY 25th
inst., at 9 o'clock A. M., and Bdbto at 7 P. M.
Freight receiving Tn is DAY until sunset.
All Freight must be prepaid.
JNO. 1J. MURRAY, Agent,
nov24 1* Market Wharf.
~pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF AND
INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PKstDHl
RIVER, TOUCHING AT GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer "PLANTBR," Cap- . ?ir**?*,
tain J. T. Foster, wUI receivejj^Afc?Z
Freight TU-MORROW, the 24th instant, at Accom?
modation Wharf, and leave on THURSDAY NJOIIT.
the 15th Instant.
Freight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RA Y KN KL A HOLMES, Agents,
nOY33 3_No. 177 Bast Buy.
~P<JR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain _ ^tff^jt,
W. T. McNslty, will sail from thgaffiSgg
Charleston every TUBBOAY EVENINO ?TS o'clock,
for above pointa.
Steamer "CITY POINT." Captain George E. Mc?
Millan, will sail from Charleston every FRIDAY
EVENINO, at 8 o'clock for above points. Connect?
ing with all railroads at Savannah going South
and West. Connecting with the Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys, from which place
steamers connect with Mobile and New Orleans.
Connecting, at Palatka, with Hart's steamers for
thc Oclawaha River. Through Hills of Lading
given for frelglit? to Mobile and New Orleans.
Freights payable on the wharf. All goods remain?
ing on the wharf at sunset will lie stored at risk
and expense ot owners.
(Signed) J. ?. AIKEN A CO..
O W A G Ii
Tlic Steamer SAMSON having r .joiES1*?
been row; ntl y put in thorough or
der, is now ready to tc tv vessels to and iroin bea,
and thc phosphate works on tho Ashley and Coop?
For fngagementR, apply on board, to Captain
W. V. ADAIR, or at the ottley or the Agency, East
Bay, opposite Aeeomino>ia'ion Wharf.
UOVl I UK)
Q H Ii 0 K S ON NEW Y () li K
BILLS Off EROLANB AND FRANCE
errxisajMNG ATV.!) FRANCS
BO U G 1 IT.
ADVANCES OH 00NSIOMU3TS,
?y LESESNK & WELLS,
nov2 3mos No. 10 BROAD STRKKT.
UPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured mid for sale by
Dr. H. BAER.
oct5 No. 131 Meeting sircea
OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER
Thc Al Schooner E. J. Palmer, Captain
Snoot, ?97 tona burthen, now ready.
Apply to WILLIS A CH1SHO"
OR P ni L ADELPHI A.
The line Schooner RALPH CARLTON,
Curtis, Master, is now loading, and will
For Freight engagements apply to
H. F. BAKER* CO.,
nov23_No. 20 Cumberland street
OR L1VERPO O L.
The British ship DUKE OF WELLING'
TON, Robert Allen, Master, will load for tlu
above port ami have dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
nov4 KAVENEL A CO
JIO II LIVERPOOL
Tue fine British Rark. DALKEITH, Lang- .????
will, Master, has a considerable portion ofJ?Sgi
lier cargo engaged and going on boarfl.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBT. MURK A CO.,
nov2 Boyce's Wharf.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OF
INTEREST AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast sailing and comfortably ap-^l;?
pointed Yacht ELEANOR w in now resnme j*-*'*?
her trips to ail points in the harbor, starting
EVERY MORNING, at lo o'clock, and every AFTER?
NOON, at o'clock, from South Commercial
For Passage or Charter, apply next door south
of the Mills Honse. nov8 3mos
OUT1I CAROLINA RAILROAD.
'*CENi;:: IL SUPERINTES!
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. ij, i860. 1
On and after Thursday, September io, the Pas?
senger Trains cn tlie South Caroona Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.S.30 A. M
Arrive ?it Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting With trains f<>r Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville ami New Orleans, vin Montgomery
and c.ran i Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington ami Manchester
Railroad, and Camden tram.
Leave Augusta.-.?.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive al Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIORT EXPRESS.
Leave Charlestou.7.30 r. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, NashviUe
and New orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.0.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.a.45 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
and Columbia, Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Curo
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at. Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Ix^ve Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.23 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passentre.r Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATI RDAYS, and be?
tween Camden ami Kingvilln dally. (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connecta with up ami down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Carmleu.fi.SGA. M
Arrive at Columbia.ll.CO A. M.
Leave Columbia.L48 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.o.oo P. M.
(Signed) H.T. PEAKE,
seplp; . Cintra! Superintendent.
?loii)in?? ano i;unns!}inn ?cobs.
We have received by last steamers an Invoice ol
Heavy, Flue and Medium CMITH1FC, la dolley's
Beaver, All-Wool Melton, French, Scotch and
American Cassiraere Over Sacks, Double-breasted
Beaver Sacks, French Tricot, Scotch Cheviot, Pint
Cassimerr. Dress and Business Suits, all of oui
own manufacture, just made iii the latest styles.
A good assortment of HEAVY CLOTHING, m??
dium quality, of other manufacture.
We are selling entire Business Suits at $10, $12,
$14, $18, $21, $22, $2C and $30. Dross Suits at
$18, $23, (30, $30, $37, $39 and $50.
Dress Frocks from $10 to $30.
Sacks and English Walking Coats, from $5 to
Pantaloons from $3 to $13.
Vests from $1 50 to $7.
We.warrant all Ciothing of oar ?wa anar'ofae
ture equal in al! respcots to lae best ordered
Our "PERFECT SHIRT" at $2 and $3. Heavy
White und Colored Merino Undershirts and Draw?
ers at $1. Fine Merino Shirts and Drawers, Can?
ton Flannel and Jean Drawers. Fine Liucn Col?
lars at $1, $1 50 and $2 per dox.cn. Cloth, Kid,
Beaver and Dogskin Glove?, Merino and Cotton
Half Hose, Bows, Ties, Ac, .tc, at extremely low
Heavy Double and Twist Cashmeres At retail at
$1 per yard.
Bi* One Pries and no deviation.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS k PARKE?.
No. 297 KING STREET,
Store formerly occupied by MoDuff Cohen.
novl6 mwf imo
PRATTS ASTRAL OIL
FA^B?f?Sfc-NO CHANGE OP LAMPS
V-K poribctly^Safo Ilkmiualing Oil-Strictly
Jo Mixture, No Ch?YinaiLt-Win not Explode
JTrrc-Uist 145 degroet? flxjug 3?>dprrrcci higher (han ii
Boxy-50. i*3 MO C??^S^JS-f S^j^?^
Sand far carolers, vituiustimoniala ul^jdco jud?^
For ?ule by the Agents in Charleston,
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN ? CO.,
peptti mwf Omo.4 No. 23 liavue street.
BEFORE USING AFTER USING A
IHM j^^j^ ^t^TT*^ >^B^ THE BJBBT T
TI A IK DYE W?^f T?Hx m Tnt
IS WARRANTED. 8j| ^^HAlR'DYE? Ik UNITED STATES.
It ?8 sold hy Druggists everywhere.
MCKESSON k ROBBINS,
JOHN P. HENRY,
Wholesale Agents, New York.
G. W. AIMA TC, CHARLESTON,
AGENT FOR DR. TUTT'S
STANDARD P R E P A II A T I 0 N S .
Dr. William ll. Tait:
DEAR SIR-AS a Hair-Dresser for the last twenty-five years, in Europe and the United States, I
have tried all Kinrts of HAIR DYKS, amt it affords me pleasure to hay that yours is superior to any
yet introduced. For the last few years, 1 have use?! it. in preference to ali others, with entire satisfac?
tion. 0. BALZ EAU,
:<o. ios Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
Prepared at the Laboratory cr
WM. H. TUTT <fc LAND,
JJ A R T & CO.,
IX ARD "W A. ll 33 MER C II A IV T S ,
CHARLESTON. S. C. *
D. P. COVEN. S. S. II A KT. N. S. II/.KT. P. MORAS. JOHN V. M'NAMRR,
WHOLESALE STORE, No. 39 II AYN E STREET; RETAIL STORE, CORNER KING AN?
BAR IRON. SI ILL ROCKS.
PL0DCII.8TEEL. BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
CrJNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
BUIL T> I NG MATERIALS,
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGEH8' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND BRITANNIA WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
sept24 fmw3mos D*C 1
Staigs, Chemicals, &z.
^YER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
TOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A LAXATIVE
Perhaps nu one medi?
ane ls so universally re?
quired hy everybody as
.i cathartic, nor was
ever any before so uni?
versally adopted into
usc, in every country
ann among all classes,
a? this m?d but eflictcnt
purgative PILL. Thc
obvious reason i ;, that
it is a more reliable and
far more eilectuul rem?
edy than any other.
Those who have tried lt, know that lt cured them:
those who have not, know that it cures their
neighbors and friends, an?l all know that what it
does once it does always-that it never fails
through any fault or neglect of its composition.
Wc have thousands upon thousands of the certifi?
cates of their remarkable cures of thc following
complaints, but such cures arc known in every
neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages and conditions ni all climates;
containing neither catsmel or any deleterious
drug, they may bc taken with safety by anybody.
Their sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and
makes them pleasant to take, whllo being purely
vegetable no harm eau arise from their usc in any
They operate by their powerful influence on flic
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into healthy action-remove thc obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
thc body, restoring their irregular action to health,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such
derangements as are t he first origin of disease.
Minute directions are given iu thc wrapper on
the box, for thc following complaints, which these
PILLS rapidly cure:
For DYSPEPSIA or IMDIOBSTIOS, LISTLESSNESS.
LANGUOR and Loss of APPETITE, they should be
taken moderately to stimulate thc stomach and
restore its healthy tone and action.
For LIVER COMPLAINT and its various symp?
toms, BILIOUS HEADACHE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUN
HICK or ORKEN SICKNESS, BILIOUS COLIC and
BILIOUS FEVERS, they should be judiciously taken
for each case, to correct the diseased action or
remove the obstructions which cause it.
For DYSENTERY or DIARRHOEA, hut ?one mild
dose ls generally required.
For RHEUMATISM, COUT, GRAVEL, PALPITATION
OP THE HEART, PAIN IN TUB SIDE, RACK and
LUM OS, they should be continuously taken, as re
quired, lo change the diseased action of the sys
tem. With such change those complaints dis
For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS they
should be taken in large and frcoucnt doses to
produce the effect of a drastic purga
For SUPPRESSION a large dose should betaken
as it produces the desired effect by sympathy.
As a DINNER PILL, take one or two PILLS topro
mote digestion and relieve thc stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach ann
bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and Invigorates the system. Hence it ls often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose of these PILLS makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from their cleansing and renovating circet on
thc digestive apparatus.
DR. J. C. AYKR k CO., Practical Chemists.
Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.A
Sold at wholesale and retail by DOWIF.
MOISE, Charleston, S. C., and by Retail Druggists
everywhere, n*c oct4 niwfanios
U II E POP.
THE ONLY CRUT A IN
sealed and warranted
to keep fresh for all
time-Ute greatest ??B
3 covcry of its kind In
- the agc wc live ia. Nc
person need be troublai w ith RATS, MICK, Etil)
BUGS or ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacson's destruc
live remedy ts within thc reach of al!. Prepared
only by himself, from rare and valuable com?
pounds, iw cheapness is as wonderful as its efl!
ettcy. Hundreds of testimonials have been rc
received from all parts of thc United States.
Tiic great advantage this SURE Poi' possesses
over ail similar preparations is thc PACT that ills
CERTAIN IN ITS EFFECTS,
and free from thc unpleasantness of rats dying In
their boles, as it ?.".uses them to leave the prem?
ises to seek air, and consumes dcm HO en tl rel J ts
NO DISAGREEABLE ODOR.
Numbers of references can be made to
PERSONS IN THIS CITY.,
Fi ho have successfully used IL
tfule Agents for South Carolina,
D?WlE 4 MOISE,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
Corner ll coting uud ll aie! streets,
_novio v. TIM_Char leaton, S. C.
QALIPORNIA VIN 'OGAR liiTTLRS.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
novli No. 131 Meeting street.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and, price.
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES?,
Please iea4 for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO,
(oldest Mfc manu fa? tu re?)
[265 Broadway, New York.
721 Chestnut St., Phila.
' 108Bank St.,Clevoland.O
And for sale by our agents iii the
principal cities througrvont tba
Par ?ale by
WM. M. BIRD & 00.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
in put ic villers.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AS? ALL DISEASES OP 70S
STOMACH AND LITER.
THET ARE Ri CO MM EN ETD BT TH I
MEDICAL PAO XT X. T'Y.
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NE IF YOEE.
Manufactured by C. F. PMKNIN,
OHSHTST Alfi APCT2IGA2T,
CHARJ-.KSTON, S.O. .
IW-FVx- 8<xle by Druggists jtVery??*?re "?CT