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The torrent carnie swirling tue drowning man,
Rider and borse ; and the fish spoke thus :
Cried the grayling and the salmon tront,
"Why don't you swim like us?"
Down, lightning-struck, the oronaut fell,
Down through a mlle of sky.
Cried the eaglets and the eagle king,
"Creature, why can't you fly?"
Tho mole came where the dead man slept,
The mote and hts brother scout.
And Bald, "You soldiers that were shot,
Why don't you burrow out 5"
NEW YORK-Ter steamship Champion-OG bags
sea Island cotton, Uii bales upland cotton. HO
tes rice, 114 bales domestics. 400 sacks rice Hour,
67 emmv hbls, 152 bb:s orau^es, 74 pk::s sundries.
.P?r steamship Clyde-1623 baies upland cot
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr John Shay-loo tons
Vile timi Uno ii Cotton, Klee lind Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. 1
SATURDAY EVENING, November 19, 1S70. j
COTTON.-The market for this article commenc?
ed with a more steady feeling and a moderate de?
mand. On the receipt of wire news an Improved
inquiry with some firmness was exhibited, and
towards the close an advance of %c fi lb was ob?
tained In transactions. Sales about.1400 bales-say
33 at 13%; 13 at 13%; 10 at 13%; 54 at 14; 27 at
14%; 65 at 14%; 103 at 14%; 126 at 14%; 102 at
14%; 364 at 14%; 33 at 14?; 112 at 15; 67 at 15%;
30 at I5?4c ft ?; 85 cn private terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.13??@14}?
RICE.-There was a fair inquiry, tnt the market
showed less strength. Sates about 250 tierces of
clean Carolina, say 76 tierces at 6?,'; 40 ato 7-16:
61 at 6%; S5 at 6%c fl lb. We quote good rice at
WQWc fl ?.
NAVAL STORES.-Sales 120 bbls No. 1 rosin at
$1 85 fl bbl.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal; via New York, %d on uplands, i%d on sea
Islands ; by sail 7-16 to %d on uplands, '.id on seu
islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, %c on uplands and lc on sea
Islands; $2 fl tierce on rice; by sall, Kc 9 lb on
cotton; - ft tlerceon rlce;40c fl barrel on rosin:
$7@S $ Mon lumber; $9@lo $ M on timber. To
Boston, by sail, KS-ric t* Hs on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $3 fl M on boards, ??c
fi m on cotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, %c fi rb
on uplands; by sail, $7 fl M on boards; $9 on
timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on phos?
phates. To Bait more, by steam, Xe ft lb; by
Bail, $6 50@7 ft y on boards; $3@3 25 fl ton on
phosphate rock'. Vessels are In demand by
onr merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satllla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
912 ft M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20%@21.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
sight checks at %<?>% off, and sell at par.
.Harket* by Telegraph.
.LONDON, November 19.-Noon.-Consols 82%.
American securities flat. Bonds 86%.
Evening.-Consols 02%. Bonds 86%. Tallow
LrvKBrooL. November 19.- Noon_Cotton
steady; uplands 9a9%d; Orleans 9%a9%d; fates
IOJOOO bales. Corn si la3ls 9d.
Evening.-Cotton t.o&ed firmer; uplands 9i??i
Orleans 9%<?; sales 12.001 bales; speculation aad
export 4000 bales. Flour 24s. Porkl03s.
FRANKFORT. November 19.-Bonds yesterday
closed attySC? ' *
NEW YOBS. November 19-Noon.-Stocks are
stronger. Money 6a6 per cent. Gold 12%. Ex?
change,, long 9K; short lox. Sixty-twos :s
Tennessee ex coupons 60. new ss,s. Virginia fx
coupons 64; new 03. Louisianas, old 71; new 66,
levees tn eights 89. Alabamas 101; fives 70.
Georglas so; sevens m. North Carolinas 48; new
23. south Carolinas. 80; new 71%. Flour 5al0c
better. Wheat la2c better. Corn Armer and
quiet. Pork drooping; mess $23 75a24?2S. Lard
doll: steam 14al4%. Cotton in fair demand; up?
lands 16%; Orleans 16%c; sales 2000 bales. Tur?
pin tine 45%a46c. Rosin dull; BI rain ed $1 90.
Freights flrm.' -
Afternoon.-Money Irregular, closinsr at 4aa
with except! ns at 3. Sterling 9%a9%. Gold
12Xai2%. Governments closed strong, at ad?
vance xa%; sixty-twos 7%. Southerns rather dull
and weak on Tenaessecs, not so strong on North
Carolinas; Louisianas neglected. Cotton ibm and
quiet;sales 8600 bales; uplands 16%. Flour firmer,
but Inactive; superfine $5 I0a5 40. Wheat heavy.
2a8o lower; winter red and amber Western heavy,
$146al47%. Com closed lc belter; new83a87%
Pork unchanged. Beef quiet Lard heavy. Groce
Ties steady. Naval stores quiet. Freights less
Evening.-Money somewhat Irregular. * At one
time there was more demand and rates were
steady at Sae. Gold steadier than for some time,
opening, at 12X and advanced to 12%, declining
to 12% and closing at I2%al2%. Governments
Bteady all the morning at low rates, but afternoou
advanced rapidly; sixty-twos 7%; sixty-fours 7;
sixty-fives 7%: new 9%; sixty-sevens 9%; sixty
eighths 9%; ten-forties 6%. Tennessees 59; new
67; Virginias 63; Louisianas 71; new 05; levees 72;
eighths 89; Alabamas lot; sevens 91; North Caro
linas 47%; new 23; South Carolinas 80; new Tl.
Bank Statement-loans decrease $1,567,150; specie
Increase, $455,736; deposits decrease, $1.720,531;
circulation decrease. $78,346; legal tenders de?
BOSTON, November 19.-Cotton quiet; middling
16%al6%c; Bales SM bales; net receipts 93, coast?
wise 86-', total?60; stock 4000.
BALTIMORE, November 19.-Flour higher, with
good denian ii; Howard street super $5a5 50.
wheat steady. Corn and provisions unchanged.
Whiskey 90a9ic. Cotton in good demand and
prices have advanced; mlddliug 16%c;.sales 900
bales; net-receipts 21V coastwise 408, total eau;
exports to Great Britain 225, coastwise 300; stock
CINCINNATI, November 19.-Flour In good de?
mand at full prices. Corn in moderate demand
at43a50c Provisions Irregular. Mess pork $2la
2135. Lard 12%al3%<\ Whiskey dull at S2a83c.
LOUISVILLE, November 19.-Flour firmer; extra
family $5 50. Corn quiet and unchanged. Pro?
visions firm. Mess pork $22 50. Lard 16. Whiskey
steady at 83aS4c. Bagging steady at 27%a23c.
NORFOLK, November 19-Cotton-asklug high?
er: low middling 14%c; sales soo bales; net re?
ceipts 1850; exports coastwise 339; stock 5094.
WILMINGTON. November 19.-Cotton unsettled;
net receipts 669 bales; stock 4218.
AUGUSTA, November 19.-Cotton opened quiet
with a fair demand, at I4%ai-?xc for Llverdoui
and 14%c for New York middling, and noon re?
ception of favorable advices from Liverpool, ad?
vanced to 14%c for Liverpool and 14%c for New
York middling, at which figures the market closed
firm; sales 810 bales; receipts 1500 bales.
SAVANNAH, November 19.-Cotton firm; mid?
dling I5%al5%c; sales 2600 bales; net receipts
5898; exports to Great Britain 3008; coastwise
1474; Stock 71,-042.
MOBILE. November 19.-Cotton steady; mid
diing I4%al5c; sales 1200 bales; net receipts 1508
bales; experts coastwise 197 bales; stock 42,837
GALVESTON, November 19.-Cotton firm; mid?
dlings I3%c; sales 1000 bales; net receipts 1088;
exports coastwise 438; stock 19,115.
NEW ORLEANS, November 18_Cotton in fair de?
mand, and prices have a-ivanced: middlings I5%a
15%c; sale* 50;.O b iles; nc* receipts 7915; coast?
wise 615; total 8530: exports to Great Brlu'in 3115;
to Continent 2015; to Bremen 12S8; stock 10S.S96.
Sugar dull: prime ioalo%c. Molasses, prime 64a
65a Sterling nominally ai Sight ?ic discount.
Gold 12%. _ _
Sew York Rice Market.
From the D.iUy. Bb I le tin, November 17: The
purchases of Carolina, recently noted, having
concentrated the rather small stock here, holders
are now quite firm, and generally insist upon very
full figures. A few buyers are compelled to ope?
rate for Immediate wants; but they will go no
further, and the general market ls dull. Sales of
.75 tes In a retail way at 7%a7%c
From the Journal of Commerce: The market
ls firm. The stock of domestic is small, and ls
controlled by a few parties, who are asking high
pi ices, but ?lealers will not purchase any faster
than they are compelled by pressing necessities.
We notice sales of no tes at 7'?'a7%c "WSBBIUW"
From the Dally Bulletin, November IS: The
business to now confined to such Jobbing lots as
may be warned by tue trade to meet their dally
necessities, and lu this way a ralr movement ts
reponed at full i rices, the concentrated stock
glvlnsr holders great adv-mace. Sales of about
100 tierces Carolina at 7%a7%c for ordinary to
From the Journal of Commerce: The market
for domestic is firm. Holders are not ottering
much stock, and demand full rates, but buyers
restrict their operations us much as possible. We
notice sa es of loo tierces at 7%a7%c. Foreign ls
dull and nominal.
New York Hay Market.
From the Dally Bulletin. November 18: The
market ls steady with ralr receipts; there is a good
demand from Havana, and with a lively competi?
tion ror frelirht room. $4 per bale gold, has been
paid, and -a >t enough room to be had at this price.
Sales are 450 bales for Havana at $115; 200 for
Galveston, 428 for Savannah, 63 for Wilmington,
at SI 10; and 30 tor Matanzas at $l 16. Retail
and Btraw are without change in price, wita a
steady demand. -
Ne AV j York TfavaliStoresjMarket.
rFroro the Journal or Commerce, November. 18:
For sp'rlts turpentine there ls a duU market, hut
holders are not Inclined to concede further. The
sales are in small lots, embracing 80 bbls on dock
at 46c, closing at 45&c in yard, and 46c on dock.
Ro<;in*-the demand ls very light, and with the
stock showing some accumulation prices are
easier. We quote $1 05 Tor strained; ?2l5a2 35
for No. 2: $2 50a3, Tor No. 1: $3 25a6 for pale and
extra pale. Tar ls selling slowly : the demand ls
for small lots: 50 bbls Nev bern brought $2 25, and
loo bbls wuralngton rope $2 4?.
New York SngargMarkut.
From the Dally Bulletin. November IS: Busi?
ness continues tb drag along slowly on the mar?
ket for raw sugars, the demand calling Tor only
two or three small parcels wanted by refiners for
special calls. The dull tone gives the position au
appearance of heaviness, but purchases could not
be made at anv concession as holders generally
show the i.m reeling of confidence and only show
their samples when known to be wanted. Sales
of about. 200 hhds at 9,s;al0c for Cuba and 12??a
I2?ic for Demarara. ReCned continues in de?
mand in ti small retail way, but there ls an entire
absence or any activitv and prices are heavy with
outside figures only to* be obtained on standard
SAVANNAH. November 16.-COTTON.-The mar?
ket for the past Ave days has been active, and
prices have, rrom day to day, contluued Arm; the
suies have been 9700 bales; the stock on hand at
the close or the imtrket yesterday was "2,824 bales
upland and S94 b-iles sea island.
RECEIPTS.-Tie receipts at this p'ort for the past
we?-k have been 22,841 bales uplaud and 208 bales
sea Islands, from the following sources: Contrai
Railroad, 1S.6S3 bales uplands; Atlantic and Gulf
Railroad, 6232 bales upland and 182 bales sea
island; Augusta boats, 853 bales npUnd; Florida
boats, 73 bales upland and 26 bales sea island.
EXPORTS.-The exports for the week have been
26.2S9 bales upland and 10 bales sea Islaud. as fol?
lows: Liverpool, 10.2S2 bales upland: New York,
7692 bales upland and 10 bales sea Island; Phila?
delphia, 731 bales upland; Ballimore, 323 bales
up.'aud: Queenstown, 2350 bales upland; Bremen,
FOREIGN EXFOBTS.-The shipments to foreign
1 pons-havc- been as follows: Per Spanish steam?
ship Jose to Liverpool, 2332 bales upland; British
ship Sawolv Chlndlow to Cork. 3006 bales; British
bark Northern queen to Queenstown. 2350 bales
upland: Kritish ship Frauds Hllyard to Liverpool,
304S bales upland; British bark Onward to Liver?
pool. 1737 hales upland; American ship George
Hurlbu: to Liverpool, 3165 bales upland; bark In?
vestigator to Bremen, 1905 bales upland.
SKA ISLANDS.-The supply coming rorward has
been small, ami us yet no sales have been ramie,
as buyers are holdlug off for future information
relative to prices lu foreign markeis. We can
therefore give no quotations.
WILMINGTON, November 19.-TuarENTiN*'.
Market steady. w!.h sales of oo bids at $2 90 for
soO, und $1 70 for nani, per 2V) pounds.
SPIRITS TfKPENiINS.-Sales of lia bbls at 42c
ROSIN.-107 bbls sold at <3 for extra No. 1, and
$3 25a3 50 for pale.
TA?.-Sales of 117 bb's at $2 per bbl.
No sales reported lu cu'ttou.
Columbas Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, November 19.-Friday, our mar?
ket was Irregular and depressed. M reet buyers
purchased largely of cotton from wagons. The
following are tho dosing quotations; ?ale? 149
bales: urdinur.v lSaUKCj good ordinary ISalSJt'c;
low middle? I3>?c: middline I3*,'c. Sales of the
week 2030 bales-6si on European orders, 049
Northern account. 964 for Northern spinners, ?.ti
for home consumption.
Weeks receipts 3233 bales, against 3209 the pre?
vious one. aud 3949 the corresponding week last
season. Shipments 2840 bales-2754 by S. W. R.
R, 36 for hume consumption, 50 via \V. P. R. R.
to New Orleans.
Stock on hand September l, 1870. 1,672
Received ? ast week. 3,233
Shipped past wiek... 2,840
Shipped previously. 19,840-22,730
Stock November 18,1870. 5804
On the week the stock has increase! 393.
Mont colliery Market.
MONTGOMERY, November 18.-COTTON.-Mar?
ket closed dull at 14o for low middlings.
Stock on hand September 1, 1870.1,675
Received past week.4,822
Shipped past week.3,644
Stock on hand Thursday, November 17.8,82
Received corresponding week laut year. 3.14S
Stock on hand corresponding date.ll,S91
Total receipts to corresponding date.3S/J14
GEORGETOWN, November 16.-COTTON.-Sales
or 2 bales this week at from 15 to 18 cents per lb.
We quote from 15 to 20 cents per lb.
CORN.-Arriving freely and retailing at $116
per bushel for prime white end $l io for yellow.
TIMBER-Arriving slowly; market depressed.
Stock ou hand 2000 sticks, unsold. We quote ? to
TURPENTINE.-Virgin dip $3; yellow dip S3;
scrape or hard $1 to $1 60 per bbl. or 280 lbs.
to the bbl.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Per gallon 34 cents.
TAR.-Per bbl., retail, $3.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON, November 18.-Receipts 1051 bales;
shipments 572 bales; sales 734 bales. The market
quiet, with middlings at ile.
SELMA, November 18.-There were sales yes
terday or 475 bales; low middlings 14c, and strict
good ordinary ls.y to i3Kc The market closed
easy with a downward tendency. Some sales
were made in the early part or the day at higher
COLUMBIA. November 19.-Sales of cotton yes
terdav 183 bales; middlings 14>^al4>?c.
GREENVILLE, November 16.-Sales of the week
400 bales. We quote at l3Xal4c.
ANDEItSON, November 10.-To-day middlings
ORANGEBURG, November 18.-Sales during the
week 130 bales. We quote: Ordiuary 12c; low
middling Viii; middling 14.
Itvcelpt* by Railroad, November 19.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1034 bales cotton, 45 bales goods, 105 bbls and
160 sacks flour, 48 bbls naval stores, 2 cars stock.
To Railroad Agent, and others.
310 bale; upland cotton, 208 bbls naval stores,
lumber, wood, rough rice, mdse, Ac. To G W Wil?
liams 4 co. Graeser k Smith. Frost A Adger, L
D Mowry 4 Son, WK Ryan, Walter 4 co. caldwell
4 Son, Brodie 4 co. Ravenel 4 co, Reeder 4
Davis, Nncrtmann 4 co, Sloan 4 Seignious, T P
Smith, Thurston 4 Holmes, Smith 4 Chapeau, J
Marshall, Jr, Kinsman 4 Howell, S D Stoney, C
Bart 4 co, J J Eadie, J Wieters. A B Mulligan, A O
Stone, S J Thomas, Shackelford 4 Kelly, J A
Quackenbush, Railroad Agent aud Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
39 bales cotton. DO sacks coffee. 150 bushels rough
rice, wood at>d mdse. To G W Williams 4 co, W
C Courtney 4 co, W C Bee 4 co. Pringle 4 Son, G
W Witte, Stouey 4 Lowndes, B W McTureous, W
P Dowling 4 co, Mantoue 4 co. J A May, S Small,
L Middleton. H Bischoff 4 co, M Brown, Wagener
4 Murdiiugh, W M Lawton, Stoll, Webb 4 co. J G
4 H O Martin.
Per steamship ChamDlon, for New York
Mrs A R Decker. W Hoeer, Mrs Bruer, Mrs Beck,
Mrs J M Morris, Mrs A Hutchbison. N Napier, C
Kerrison, E narmoi, T C Morgan, Captain Snow,
wile and child, J Carter, E B Merrett.
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-M1?6S
Crowed, Miss Croweii, Master M Crowell, P Be?
han, M Foley, J McLennell, P Sheedy, J A Rich, R
M Barnes, J II Schroder, E C Rhodes, J Archer, P
Mulligan, Mrs W J Denslow and child, J II Keat?
ing, Mrs C Machin, Miss Machin, J Newman, R
Newman, J Doane, P Phillips, Mrs Kelly and two
children, G w Clyde. J A Leslie.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
J Flshburne, B C Flshburne, Ml*s ll E Klshburne,
T E Truett, Miss Toomer. J II Jones, W H Jones,
T D McDowell, J A Bowley, and 4 ou deck.
Per steamer Dictator, irora Palatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-AW Vieder,
J D Myers, A Dollason, and 12 deck.
Per steamer Argo, from Ed 1st o and Wav Land?
ings-Dr T P Miked, cul Wm Whaley, II M Bailey
and lady, Mrs mu, G Stevens and G Richmond.
.POST CALKS'DA K.
Full Moon, stn. 2 hom-;, 12 minutes, morning.
Last quarter, I6th, 3 hours, 39 minutes, morning.
New Moon. 22d 8 hours, 1 minute, eveuiug.
First Quarter, 29th. 5 hours, 12 minutes, evening.
Ba ? S.
MARINE NE WS.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 21.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown S C ->5i
tierces rice, muse and sundries. To Shackelford
4 Kelly, W Bowen, A E Gibson, A Dunkin Wm C
Bee A co, McLoy 4 Rice, Stoney * Lowndes, ? D
DeSaussure, J R Pringle 4 Son, G A Tren holm A
Sou. Thurston A - Holmes,-fiollmann-Bros, Fraser
A DUI, J H Lawton A co.
Steamship Empire, Holmes, Philadelphia-left
- inst. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, J E Adger A
co, J Archer, G W Aimar, J H Abrahams 4 Son.
W S Bissen, E F Benedict, T M Bristoll, Byrne A
Fogartle, E E Bedford, Dr Daer, Blum A Miller, H
Beyer, H F W Brewer. Bollmann Bros, H Bischoff
.t co, G F Buchheit, Cameron, Barkley A co, Clag
horn, Herring ft co, T M Cater, Crane, Boylston A
co, Ciacius A Wittes J Cosgrove, W H Chafee A co,
McD Cohen, Dowie, Moise A Davis, H A Due, J M
Eascn A Bro, Elias A- Bros, Fogartie's Book De?
pository, D F Femlng & co, B Feldmann ft co. T R
Gain?, Gaslight co. J M Greer. D F Gleason. Hart
A co, A Getlfuss, A Johnson, Kinsman Bros, A R
Lewith. H Rlatte ft co, Krlete ft Chapman. G J
Lunn, C Lilientha! ft co, A D Lorentz, J G Mllnor
& co, A McLeish.W Murscher, Macqueen ft Rlecke^
R H McDowell. A Nlemanu, B K Kentville, M H
Nathan, N E Railroad, OstendortT & co, Order, J R
Pringle 4 Son, E Pills. J B Paine, G Parker, PPC
A, C F Paoknln, J A Quackenbush, Qulnby ft co, J
N Robson, Ravenel ft Helmes. J Sayas, T P Smith,
E B Stoddard & co, Stettens. Werner & Ducker, W
Steele. PtX Sluilts, stilus .fc Jennings. J Slattery.
A L Tyler, J Thompson, J II Tietjen, J H Toilers, J
Von Hollen. Wilcox, Gibbs i co. Walker, Evans ft
Cogswell, Waaener ft Monsces, Julia Weinberg. L
Weiskopir, F Wehmanu, G W Williams ft co, J H
Wuhrmann. F E Windheim. P Walsh.
Span polaire Paula, Bertr?n, Matanzas-5 days.
Ballast. To W P IlalL
Brig W Rob-rts m. shepard, Key West-8 days.
Ballast. To t he Master.
Sehr Ann S Deps, GarbattL West Point Mill. 14
tierces rice. To Porcher ft Henry and Stoney ft
Lowndes. ._ . ,
Sehr Ellen. Scarpa, Back River. 2150 bushels
rough rice. To Cohen. Banckel ft co.
Steamer Argo, Kissam, Edl3to and Way Land?
ings. 19 l?ales upland and 31 bags sea Island cot?
ton, mdse. ftc. To D Nisbet. W A Boyle, L D Mow?
ry ft Son, Fraser ft DUI. J Colcock ft co Stoney ft
Lowndes G W Witt?, W M Lawton A co, Tims L
Webb, R Roper, Gaillard ft Miuutt. Claclus A Witte,
Wagner A Mou.-ees, Kllnck. a ickenberg ft co, A
McLelsh, Bollmnnn Bros, and Order.
Sloop Chicora. from Pon Pou. 880 bushels rough
rice. To G H lucraham ft co, .
Sloop Jack, Fraser, Bussed Creek Mills. 2 bags
sea Is.and aud 2 bales upland cotton. To Fraser
ft Dill and w A Boyle.
Boat from christ Church. 2 bags sea leland
cotton. To Stoney ft Lowndes.
Boat from James Island. 4 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Fraser ft Dill.
Received from Chisolm's Mill. 22 tierces rice.
To T H ft W Dewees, ll L Cliisolm.
Received from Bennett's Mill. C8 tierces rice.
To G H Ingrahaiu ft Sou.
Received from Uabenlcht's Mill, James Island.
6 bags sea Island cotton. To W C Bee ft co, Gall
lard .t Miuott, and others.
Steamship (Jeontia. Crowell New York-left]7th
inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courte?
nay, C D Aureus A co. Atiruliains ft son, J Archer,
J App c. G W Aimar. M ft A Ashton, R C Mather.
G McGlulcv. Jos D Aiken ft co. N.Ii Carleton, W S
Bi3>ell, ll Bi-o.'K-fl ft co, Dr li Ilacr, J P Brown, W
M Bini ft co, T M Bristol! ft co. Byrne ft Fogartie,
F C Bonier. K E Bedford, JUL Bolzfelder, Geo A
Bowman, Bollmnnn Bros, S ft S Benjamin, C D
Brahe A co, J Buhre ft Son. ll K'I tunks, J Baker,
Bull, Scovibc ft ct?, P L B ft co, G II Walter ft co,
L I) Mowry .t Son, A P Caldwell. W H Chafce ft co,
Claclus ft Witte. Jno Commins, Chatfield ft Rock?
well, E lt Crawford, T Fchunein, H Cobla ft co,
Colburn ft Howell, Cameron, Barkley ft co, Mrs E
Coulau. L Cohen ft c >, Mrs ll Curbls. J O A C C, M
Drake, Howie, Moise ft Davis, Douglas ft Miller. II
Daly. Dong las ft Jackson, L Elias. Foray the, Mc?
comb ft co, S Emanuel, F A Ford. B Feldmann ft
co, D F Fleming ft co, Kurchgott, Benedict 4 co, B
Foley. D Goldstein, J Gorham, ll Gerdts ft co, E ?
Goodrich. Goutevcnler Bros. Goodrich. Wlneraan
ft io. W E Haskell; W S llenerey, J K Heath, Mrs
M E Hawkins, W Hunt. J s Hy?r. J Uurkamp ft
I co, J lleymau ft co, N A Hunt. Hartft co, C H Hll
len, J II Hillen, J Ueesemaitii, A w Jaeger, C H
Johnson, Johnston. Crews A CO, Krli-te ft Cna'p
man. Kinsman ft Bro, VJ KnautT, Kllnck, Wlck
enberg ft co. J Kearns. C Kerrison. Jr, ft co. Wm
Knobeloch, c Kerrison ft co, c ll Kerrigan, T Kel?
ly, T Kuhn ft Bro. J P Kiep, T Lyons, Kinsman ft
Howell, Ludlow, \\ lpg ft co. J II Lopez, M 4 B, G
J Lultn, McLov ft Rice, G Miller, McQueen 4 co, C
ll Myer, C A Moses, Marshall 4 Burge, J G Mllnor
ft co. R Morillu Muller ft Wieters, s R Marshal, J
II Moran, C Menfleld, M II Nathan. C Merriman, J
Ogren, ll O'Neill ft Sou. W F Paddon. K Perry, D
Paul ft co, Palmetto P C .Association, Rev A T Por?
ter. Kn ven cl ft co, W P Bussell ft co, J Bussell, J
Reils, J R Read * co, B B Stoddard ft co, South?
ern Express co. S C Railroad cn, L Schnell, ship
John Sidney, lt stationl, lt T sra th, W B Smith ft
ct>. Stetrens. Werner ft Ducker, F E Schroder, J F
Taylor 4 co, Stoli. Webb ft co, E Scott. J Thomson
4 co, A L Tyler, U S Arsenal. F von Santen, M A
Warren, W Wilson. Waiker. Evans 4 Cogswell, 0
W Williams ft co. Whlttemore 4 Rohdep, Wood k
co. W 4 M, W J Yate?, J C Taylor, N E Railroad co
and othtrs. The Georgi? had heavy head winds
and sea nearly the r n1 Ire passage; passed steam?
ship Herman Livingston off Lookout, bound
north; also steamship Moro Castle, bound south.
Steamer Dictator. McMillan. Palatka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 97 bales
cotton, mdse. ftc. To J D Aikrn ft co, Blackney
Bros, W M Lawton A co. Reeder A Davis, Ward
law 4 Carew, G II Ingralium ft Son, J Wtrth 4 co,
Paul, Welch 4 Brandes, J A Enslow 4 co. F Mur?
phy, G W Witte, J R Pringle A Son, I L Falk 4 co,
Order, J Levlnsohn, Mci? Cohen, H Klatte 4 co, W.
II Chafco A cn, J K O'Neill, Mm C Liuigly.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Ade er 4 co. .
Argentine bark Loila, Merrill, Philadelphia-J A
Enslow 4 co.
Sehr John Shay, Fisher, Philadelphia-H F Ba?
ker 4 co. .
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Br bark Florence t hlpman, Jones, Liverpool.
Brig R M Heslin, Jones, Boston.
Sehr i S Ingraham, Packard, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York,
Steamship James Adgcr, Lockwood, New York,
Sehr Grace B West, Lord, Darlen, Ga, Novem?
Sehr Surprise. Beers, Baltimore. November 16.
Sehr F St Clair Edwards, Ireland, Wilmington,
N C, November 18.
UP FOR TlIIS PORT.
Br'ship Muscongus, Glover, at Liverpool, No?
Brig J H Kennedy, Hallett, at Boston, Novem?
Brig Ellen Marla, Hoxle, at New York, Novem?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Montana, Bearse, at Boston, November 10.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
French bark Intimes, Gefflot. from Callao Octo?
ber 16, to proceed to Chinchas to load.
LIST OF VESSELS
. DP, 0LBAB23 AND SAILED KO rt THIS PORT.
Br ship Muscongus, Glover, up.Nov 3
Br bark Yumurl. campbell, sailed.October 29
Br bark Arbitrator, Irwin, sailed_November 1
Bark Benjamin Ossena, Hill, sailed.October io
The Pror Schwelgard, Svang, up.Nov 2
Fr bark Intimes, Gemot, sailed.Oct 16
Spanish brig Rosalia, Xlmella, sid_November 4
D ? M. E~3 TIC.
Sehr Emma Douglas. Ellis, sailed.October 23
Bark Aurelia. Lincoln,cleared.....Nov 15
Brig J H Kennedv, Hallett, up.Nov 17
Sehr Grace Girdler. Smith, up.Nov 16
Sehr Montana, Bearse, cleared.Nov io
Sehr lri9, Nye, sailed.November 7
Brig Ellen Marla, Hoxle, up.Nov 16
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, cleared..Nov 16
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.Nov 16
Sehr Marietta Tilton, Frltzinger, cleared..Nov 16
Sehr Mary D Ireland. Ireland, up.Nov 16
Sehr John Motlier, Barlow, cleared.. ..October 81
SATIN OLOSS STARCH
In Six Pound Boxes and One Pound Papers.
Gives a Beautiful, WHITE and GLOSSY FINISH,
besides renders Fabrics very durable.
No other Starch no easily used, or mo
Use it onac, and.
Yon -will -use i?o oilier.
DUR YEAS' IMPROVED
Made with great care, from thc choicest White Corn.
MAIZE INT A
A choice preparation of the finest portions of Starch,
from carefully selected white Southern Corn.
UNEQUALLED AS AN ARTICLE OF FOOD,
OR AS ? DELICACY,
By any other Preparation from Corn.
None of the abare Goods genuine with?
ont Duryea*' on every package.
?5P Persons unable to procure our goods from their
regular gTocer, on addressing the Manufacturers,
49 and 51 Park Place. New York City, will be directed
to diose in their vicinity who will supply them.
JP OR NEW YORK.
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ! 22, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
ESTABLISHED 1 845.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE
The First-class Side-wheel Steamship CHARLES?
TON, James Berry, Commander, will leave
Adger's Wharf as above.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMKS ADUER & CO., Agents.
.?y The MANHATTAN follows on SATURDAY,
November 26, at-o'clock._nov21-2
Jp O R NEWYORH.
ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH, AT 4
' O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LTNE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell. Commapder, will sall for
New York on THURSDAY, November 24th, at 4
o'clock, P. M., from Pier No. 2. Guinn Wharves.
connecting with Day Passenger Trains rrora Co?
lumbia and Augusta, arriving at half-past 3 T. M.
Instirnuce by Steamers of mts Line a per cent.
For Fre'ght Engagements o; Passage, having
very fine pt atc-room accommod?t lons, .apply:.to
WAGNER, HUGER A- co., No. 20 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves." :
jp O R PHILADELPHIA.
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw steamship
J. W. EVERMAN,7.'
WiU bc dispatched for Philadelphia on
SATURDAY. 26 th November, ai ha'.f-pastj_
ll o'clock A. M.. from Brown'H North Wbarr.
?-Through Bills Lading will be issued to Bos?
Cotton rate to Philadelphia Kc per pound; Rice
$1 50 per cask; Rosin 40c. per barrel.
For Freight engagements only, apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
nov21-mtuths4_No. 1 Union Wharf.
IJiHROUGH BILLS LADING' TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
"AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Une Steamship UARYLANDl4f?aa
Johnson, Commander, will sall for Bal-j^yaeo?
timor? on TUESDAY, 22d November, at half-past
4 o'clock P. M.
kW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tlonal Insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL 0. TREN HOLM, Agent,
novl8-l _No. 2 Union Wharves.
J>ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP,COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier fin.
No. 42, North River, foot of CanalJ^l?figj
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the Ita
and 20th of every month (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced
Departure of the 20th connect at Panama with
steamers for Sonth Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China October 1,1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Aspinwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information applj
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R BABY, Agent.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. _ " ^fr^w
C. White, will receive Freight at BtShfrafc
Commercial Wharf, every SATURDAY and WKD
NKSDAY, and leave each port as follows :
Charleston, SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT at
Georgetown, TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING at
Un SATURDAY River Freight will be received for
Kel th held and Weymouth Mills, and on WEDNES?
DAY for Brookgreen and Waverly Mills.
For engagements, apply to
SHACRELFORD A KELLY,
oct22-lmf Boyce's Wharf.
rniMETABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO,"
-1 FOR NOVEMBER, 1870.
FOR EDISTO, ROCKVILLE. ENTERPRISE, Ac,
ON TUE-DAYS-EDISTO, ENTERPRISE, Ac,
ON FRIDAYS-INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The Steamer "ARGO" will re- _ .?.BT^h.
eelve Freight, as above, at South At-^^wBC
lantic Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and
leave as follows:
CU ARLBSTON. I EDISTO.
Tuesday, ut, l P. M Wednesday, 2d, ll A M
Friday, 4th, 2PM Saturday, 6th, 1PM
Tuesday, 8th, 6AM Wednesday, 9th, 2% A M
Friday, llth, 8AM Saturday, 12th, 6AM
Tuesday, 16th, ll A M, Wednesday,16th,9X AM
Friday, 18th, 2PM Saturday, 19th, 12 M
Tuesday, 22d, 6 A M Wednesday.23d-, 2s PU
Friday, 25th, 8* A M Saturday, 2t?th, 7AM
Tuesday, 29th, 11>? A M Wednesday, 30th, 9AM
Freight received until one hour before leaving,
but none after sunset.
DOUGLAS NISBET. Agent,
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
jp HEIGHT AND PASSAGE REDUCED.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON UNE
FOUR TIMES A WEEK TO AND FROM
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for
Savannah every MONDAY, at 8 A. M. _
DICTATOR leaves charleston for Savauuah
every TUESDAY, at 8 P. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for Savannah
every THURSDAY, at 8 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Charleston for Savannah
every FRIDAY, at 8 A. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Savanah for Charleston
every TUESDAY, at 7 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Savannah for Charleston
every WEDNESDAY, at 8 A. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Savannah for Charleston
every FRIDAY, at 7 A M.
DICTATOR leaves Savannah for Charleston
every SUNDAY, at 8 A. M.
The PILOT BOY will stop at Pacific Landing,
Beaufort and the usual Landings on the Inside
route both ways, aud go through by daylight.
Freight received at Central Wharf every day
and stored free of expense.
J. D. AIKEN * CO.,
oct28 Central Wharf.
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and a*
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph office.
?' ? ?.. Stripping.
~p 0 B N E W Y O R K
The-Fine Fast Balling Schooner MARY ,JJA
MANIC IN, Halsey, Master, having large SSflfc
part or cargo engaged will meet with dispatch.
For engagements, apply to
J. A. ENSLOW A CO., Ship Brokers,
' nov21-l No. Ul East Bay.
"pi- OB LIVERPOOL.
Tlie flr3t-class (small capacity) Bark "RO- -S*
SETTA MCNEILL," Sprowl, Master, having SSfl,
a large portion of her cargo engaged and going
on board, will have prompt disparen as above.
For engagements, apply to
novl2-mwf J. A. ENSLOW A CO.
JPOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
PALATKA AND POINTS ON THE
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer ELIZA HANCOX.Cap
"tain L. W. Barns,win receive Freight,_
for the above points, at Sou Ul At latino wann,
TO-MORKOW. (TueBday) the 22d instant, and leave
on WEDNESDAY MOUSING, thc 23d instant, at 7
I Connecting at Savannah with Florida steamers,
I Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
points in Florida at us low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply to
RA.VENEL A HOLMES,
nov21-2 No. 177 East Bay.
OR FORT SUMTER.
Tire Stesjner POCOSLN, Captain
W. H. Gannon, will make a trip to
Fort Sumter TO-XORBOW, (Tuesday) November
22d. leaving Market wharr, foot of Market street,
at 12 o'clock, returning at quarter-past 2 o'clock.
novai-2* J. H. MURRAY, Agent.
R F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PI LAT KA AND ALL POINT? ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
.The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ _ -r?T^h.
George E. McMillan, will sali fruin ??*??55
Central Wharf for above points every TOUSOAT
EVENING, at 8o'clock, arriving back ac Charles?
ton every SOND?T AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will sall from Central Wharf for above poin ts
every FRIDAY- EVENINO, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back nt Charleston WadNESOAV AFTERNOON, at a
o'clock. .... .
. . J. D. AIKEN ft CO.. Agents.
octlQ " _No. 5 Central Wharf.
"Y^EEKLT LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. EEACFOP.T. niLTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DA RI KN AND
The favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BCRNS,
will receive Freight at south Atlan- _ ..jtp^h,
tlc wharf for ubove points eveiyJga^ESi.
TUESDAY, and leave ca every WEDNESDAY MORN
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Darlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, wdl leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MOUSING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
RAVKNEL ft HOLMES.
sepio No. 177 East Bay.
.Seining it! a clunes.
IHE SINGER MANUFACTURING
have opened a State Agency for the sale of their
CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES, at No. 107
King streut, Charleston, where Silk, Cotton and
Flax Threads. Needles, ftc, may b: obtained.
Attention ts Invited to our
NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
NEW MANUFACTURING MACHINE,
In which simplicity and durability arc combined.
Machines for sale on the LEASe; PLAN. Stitch?
ing done to order.
Local and Travelling Agents wanted.
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE AGENCY,
No. 107 King Street, Charleston.
'WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the best tn use.
For pale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, un easy terms, or for cash. All kinds of
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
black aud colored,) Silk, Oil, *oap, ftc, ftc.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples ot
work sent on application. <
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer In First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 207 King stree;,
angi7 Charleston, S. 0.
IS TIMES OF PEACE,
PREP A il E FOR WAR!
IN DULL TIMES,
PREPARE FOR TRADE!
BT HAVING YOUR
NICELY AND CHEAPLY DONE,
JpRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Grlmault ft Co., Pans :
SYRUP OF HYPOPUOSPUATE OF LIME, a Bov?
ert gu remedy in phthisis-relieves, Coughs,
Guaran?, for headache, neuralgia, ftc
Pepsine, for Indigestion, loss of appetite, ftc
Iodized Syrup of Horseradish, Invaluable foi
persons unable to take Codliver OH-especially
recommended in cutaneous affections, and as s
most powerful depuratlve.
Matteo Capsules and Matteo Injection, a sure,
quick and harmless remedy.
Digestive Lozenges or the Alkaline Lactates, a
pleasant and effective remedy for functional de?
rangement of the digestive organs. -"??S
Troches or Pepsine and Paucreatlne.
PURGATIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cottin.
VOMITIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cottin.
Dragees de Sautonlve.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes.
For sale by Or. H. BAER,
may so _ No. 181 Meeting sm ef;
p U B -B*? 0* S W E 6 0_J IIB CH. t
T.V KINGSFORD & SON, MANUFACTURERS.
THIS STARCH nas established greater celebrity' than' any other ever obtained, and narine re?
cently doubied tbe capacity of theft works, tt?y wOl now be able to meet the dom and. Their worts
are the largest of the kind' IA the'world, the production being over twenty tons each day.
The great desideratum In tho Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to secure, ls uniform
good quality. NONE OP INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED BY THE CONSUMER; and every
Grocer is aware of the annoyance caused by even a alight variation In the quality. None below the
standard ls ever allowed to go out or th? factory, and nota ooxiias ever been returned to them aa*
defective. IT WILL KEEP PERFECTLY SWEET FOR YEARS IN" AW CLIMATE.
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged in the manufacture of Starch for THIRTYNINE YE ADS, and
la the inventor or the process or making CORN STARCH.
The subscribers are sole Agents ror Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCn, and are prepared to
1 amish the wholesale and retail trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES. .
octl2-2mos HENRY GERDTS ?te CO., Agents.
TT NICKERBOCKEH . MtJTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
":<:?;? < - . I , _ ... . . . ..
ERASTUS LYMAN, President. GEORGE F. SXIFFEN, Secretary.
INCOME FOR 1889..;.$5,041.924 ?'?
ASSETS OVER. 7,6U0,I>A>
Securely invested under stringent Life Insurance Law of New York.
This Company has deposited $50.000 In State Bonds with Comptroller-General oi south rolina,
as :ublitltlonal security to Local Policy holders.
ordinary Life, Non-Forfclture and Endowment Policies issued on every plan. Premiums payable
annually, semi-annually and quarterly.
Rates or Premium are as lo w as any Company can offer and do a safe business. No extra charge
for Sonthern residence.
Cash and Reversionary Dividends proportlouedon Contribution plan declared annually, and may
De used to rednce Premiums for ensuing year, or to Increase amount assured.
A Loan or 33^ per cent, on amount or premlumeallowed if desired. No restrictions on travel In
any portion ofthe United States or Europe. Losses promptly paid.
WM. S. HASTIE :& SCty, General A^ nts for the Carolinas,
sep9-6 s3mos ._' .. No- 43 BROAD .-TKEET, Charlestpnv S. C. ??
.jyjONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PB I<? EL E S 'S 11
The DIAMOND GLASSES, ma nufnc?ured by J.E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now ottered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Optic a: s ol the world tu be the moat Perfect, Na?
tural Amuelan dp to thehumsn eye ever known.
. They are gmmwl under tlu lr own supervision,
from minute.cv.-MI Pebbles, melted together,
and derive mut .rame. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness nn i brilliancy.
The scientlt?cprlncl leon wlilch they are con
strucicd bringa the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly In front bf the tye. r-rodnclng a clear and
distinct vision, as in thc nat.uruL healthy sight,
uud preventing all unpie-.isnnr sensations, such as
glimm? ring and wavering of shrht, dizziness, A c..
peculiar io ?ill others lu use.
They are mounted In tlie ffnest manner, in
frames of the. bi et, quality, of nil materials used
for that purp.se. Tneir tin lt h and durability can?
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on everv frame.
No. 307 King street.
oct31-mwslyr Charleston, S. C.
r i pp H AB s
G R EJA T GIE R M A N BITTERS,
THE PUREST MEDICATED CORDIAL
jtyB-Llppman's Great German Bitters strength*
ens i he debi mated.
j^Llppmau's Great German Bitters strength?
ens the consumptive.
?-3-Llnpmau'N Great German Bitters cures
#9*Llppman's Great German Bitters, the most
delightful and effective In the world.
4VLlppma!i's Ureat German Bitters cure?
"never well'' people.
4?~Lippmau'a Great German Bitters gives an
49*Llppmnn'H Great German Bitters cures
ag-1.ip i UKI i:\ Great German Bitters gives tone
to digestive organs.
eS'Lippmau's Great German Bitters cures
47"Lippman's Greit German Bitters, the best
AS-Lippnian's Great German Bitters regulates
43-Lfppman's Great Ge.'mau Bitters excites
the Torpid Liver.
ns-Lippraan's Great German Bitters, best
?y Lippman's Great German Bitters wlU give
?*-Lippmann's Great German Bitters cure?
49-Ltppman's Great German Bitters, the
favorite of Germany.
49>Lippman's Great German Bitters prevents
Chills and Fever.
jjfj-Uppman's Great German Bitters has met
with success everywhere.
CHARLOTTESVILLE YA., May, 1870.
MESSRS. JACOB LIPPMAN A-BKO.:
Genifemen-I certify that I have examin?
ed and used in my practice Lippmau's Great Ger?
man Bitters. I regard them as an admirable
tonic and appetizer. J. W. POINDEXTER, M. u.
Depots in Charleston S. C. : '
W. O. TROTT. ED. ?. BURN ?AM,
A. W. ECKEL A CO., G. J- I.UHN,
tV. A SKR1NE
HENRY BISCHOFF A CO.
STEFFENS. WERNER A DUCKER,
DOW1E, MOISE A DAVIS, Druggists,
CLACI?S A WITTE.
THE GREAT CHILL AND FEVER EXPELLEB
ONE DOSE STOPS THE CHILLS.
NEAR GRAHAMVILLE, S. C., November 10, 1869.
Dear Sir-Please send rae half dozen bottles of
your invaluable and infallible Pyrafuge. The
bearer himself was cured of a two years'culll and
fever, and his whole famllv. It hos never failed
In a single case. fours respectfully,
WM. F. ROBERT.
We annex herewith one of the many certifi?
cates for the fr. mo us "OIL OF LIFE," lu our pos?
MAYOR'S OFFICE, GRIFFIN, GA., }
February 8, ist?.}
This ls to certify that Ihavo used Professor H.
H. Kayton's "Oil >\ Life" in my family, in a case
of aggravated -Neuralgia in the Face," and after
three applications, gavo perm anent relief.
oct26-36 W. M. CLINE. Mayor.
rpHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUR1
FY1NG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (in Pills ot
Powders,) for the cure of au Acute or Chronic
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and Imper
Also, the following Medicined by the same (Pro
fessor Louis Wundram, Brunswick, Germany :)
Herb Tea (for Dyspepsia and Nervousness.)
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Wundwasser (the German "Pal ni Bier.)
For sale by A>r. H. 1 A ER,
may so No. 1*1 Meeting street.
iDatc?jcs, iJcoglrg,. Ut. X
T^TILL? \&. fr W???LDEN .?TcoT^T
Have on hand a large and handsome stock o?
JEWELRY, " ;
SILVER - WARE,
PL A TE I) : WARE,
AND FANCY GOODSt
And are now receiving their FALL STOCK, which,
has been recently selected from the. best manu*
Their stock of goods, of direct Importation,,
FINE CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS,
CDT OLA S DECANTERS,
Is complete, which they offer at reduced prices,
in accordance with the low price of Gold
Visitors to the c ty are requested to cai! and in?
spect their stock.
Moo KING STREET,
Comer Beau fain-street.
WM. G. WHII.DEN. STEPHEN THOMAS, Ja.,
mchie WM. S. LANNEAC. Sinos
Drugs, Chemicals, Ut.
A Niw Disanrnrll
for thc Hair.
Ftr Rtskring U GhmKfk Ar
PMALOSTS uViyi?r S?en
utterly fromj^rt?kt Mdyes?w
(f) in j& It acti on t
totally citerait prmciple. It
is limpid\fragriiit, and per?
no muddy or fiScl?j?ent mat
ter, requires no ihaWng up,
and comrnnniratei no\tam te
thc ?kin or the finen. No
paper curt ?in is ngjpaary tb
conceal ita ttir^**appcarance,
tor the simafEreason that ?r ?J
not turbai. It ia, to all intent!
andpu?xaes, A *rw MSCOYEKT
in foilc^(^iTiiat7y. i
warranted to clH?t a chanfle
in the color of tothair within
io daya arter the firatroplica
don, the direction/ being
IT IS AS CLARAS WATE* I
AND f?AS HO SErXMBMT.
Price, pne Dollar per Bat;
SOLD BY A
Sold at wholesale by . .-. .
DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS, ^
Wholesale Druggists, Meeting corner Hasel str?ft..