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;G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. IS l-IAYNE-STREE*
OAIL?-TW^IiVJS MONTHS,.??? ???SW.00
IO HEWS DEALERS...?cant?
fiARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGESS CIRCULATION E? THE CITY.
?g- THE' LIST OF LKTT3R8 re
?laining ju the Postoffl.ee at the end
of each week is published officially
in THU] DA?CIJY NEWS every fri?
day morning. _
Gold closed in New York at 50|.
The New York Cotton market was more active,
with quotations of Middlings at 30@40o.
An interesting letter from "G. W. W." will be
found on our second page this morning.
The Northern elections, though they show Dem?
ocratic gains, are all carried by the Republicans.
In the'few oases where Democrats have been
elected, it ? stated that their election Will be COn
teated ' Fall returns have not yet been received,
hut that the Republican? are triumphant is india
PBENOHUND VoyoHUHE, a French merchant in ?
Bombay, has failed for ?3,000,000 sterling. _
5looioTTi GABIBALDI, who waa recently injured
by being thrown from hia father's horBe, ia slowly
It ia reported that Mons, DE PEBSIGN? will very
likely take the place of Mona, DE MOUSTTEB, at
Exertions are being made in Peru to regulate
the coolie trade, and the Government is.endeavor?
ing to improve their condition.
The only ?ving descendant of CHRISTOPHER CO?
LUMBUS lives at Borne, and i* to visit Anierioa next
year. He is described as a genial man of 60. ,
The Montgomery (Ala.) Mail of the 3d instant
etates that there are not leas than two hundred
oases of the "break-bone fever" in that city.
The Pope has sent several medals in gold and
flilver, bearing hie effigy, to the Sistera of Charity
who have been in attendance on the cholera pa?
tients at Amiens.
The Peruvian Government is about establish?
ing an observatory at Lima, and M. CABELLO, of
the Polytechnic Soho ol, is in Europe- purchasing
the necessary instruments. .
The Grand Duke CONSTANTINE, of Bussia, with
his eldest son, recently visited the entire line of
defence of Sebastopol, and the burying-place ol'
the Russian soldiers Who fell at the siege.
A Scotch paper says that the Roseneath estates
of the D.iike of Argyle are about to pasa into the
hands of a successful sugar merchant and yachts
ma?_^-1--to ?xr ?*1(?o?r?ow~
Prince METTERNICH'S chateau of Johannisberg
has been confiscated by the Prussians, notwith?
standing that it wasjmade over, to the Empress of
the Frenoh, and the flag of France floated on the
The Viscount DE CHABROL and thu Count DE
LUE ER BAO are visiting Chioago. They are making
a tour of th? principal Northern cities for the pur?
pose of studying the workings of the lower grade
of public schools, with a view to improving that
class of aohools ia France.
The Rev. Mr. TUTTLE has been unanimously ap?
pointed by the House of Bishops of the Protestant
Episcopal Churoh, Bishop of the new Diocese of
Montana and Nevada. The new Bishop is not yet
thirty-six years of age. His labors in the western
part of New York have been eminently successful,
and he was urged ss the proper person for this
It is now definitely ascertained that DOH AN?
TONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA is aotually enlisting
officers and men from New York, preferring those
vho have served in our own war, to be under his
command and control, and in his pay, to fight
against MAXIMILIAN in Mexico, and to fight for
SANTA ANNA after the overthrow of the Empire.
The riot in Philadelphia consequent upon the
rival demonstrations of both the political parties
being in progress at the same time, was more
a?rions than at first reported. According to the
Radical accounts it was begun by an unjustifiable
assault upon a torch-light procession by the De?
mocrats. Twelve persons were reported wound?
ed, five of whom were policemen, and* one citizen
The Navy Department has received official ad?
vices from the steamer Shenandoah, Capt. GOLDS
BOBOUGH, which left Mauritius on the 9th of Au?
gust for Mani, one of the Le Chelle group of
islands. The offioera and ere v were warmly re?
ceived by the Governor, who toasted the Presi?
dent and professed much gratification at a visit
from an Amerioan war vessel, the Shenandoah be?
ing the first that had ever put into that port. All
on board were well.
A monument to the memory of WM. F. HARN?
EEN, the founder of the express business in Ameri?
ca, has beea erected in Mount Auburn by the Ex?
press Company now bearing his name. It is of
the Italian style and of Fitzwilliam granite. The
foundation is 28 by 15 feet, on which rests a plat?
form 8 feet square ; this latter supports four col?
umns, which are surmounted by a cap. The
monument is appropriately inscribed and-embel
lishtd with various insignia of the avocation fol?
lowed ny Mr. HABNDEN. The monument cost
The Heroa, of Monday, says : "At about twen?
ty minutes o? toa o'clock last night, a fire was
discovered la ?he large building used as a store
by 0. G. GUNTHER & Son, on Broadway, between
Spring and Broom? streets. The establishment
was completely destined, the loss being estima?
ted at $125,000. The ?r? communicated to St.
Patrick's Cathedral, on tj.ie corner of Mott and
Mulberry streets, which wa, a|80 completely des?
troyed. It caught fire from tin 8parks Hying from
GUNTHER'S building, and in a fb,v moments was a
mass of flame. The cathedral w,8 built in 1811,
and was one of the oldest and moBt w>nerable edi?
fices in the city. Tho loss is roughly intimated at
Tbs Secretary of tho Interior has decked, in
responso to an inquiry from the Itegister an-i Re?
ceiver of New Orleans, that public lands in the
?outh caa neither ^^JZ^^n
money or located with Lani ? bo h
that the oneway in which fjgg^- jg? act,
in those States, now, is by ^J?ae? bv the ;
settlement and cultivation, ai>I ^ m? m
of Congress,' approved Jlet J q?ar|
claimant. 1.8 thereby rea? cte? .
section, ^jres;^^ remaining ?
however, including ir?n * .. . . f
affected by Hie operation rfjw^
.! -^^^nTmded for publicat ion
?SS-AU communications ?g?g/ to ^ j^dt/or
Ms yowma/ mt?jMKXyne-slreet, Charlesk
wfSrStZdertalce to return r**d commun?
THURSDAY Mr>RNLmOOTOBER ^
Shall the people of the South emigra
from the land of their fatberB and leave it
fall into the hands of strangers, or she
they invite immigrants from all parts of tl
world' to uettle in their midst and join the
in enabling the country to recover from tl
baleful effects of civil war? In favor
the former policy are all those who are
wedded to the things that have passed aw
that they can soe no hope for us m the futui
Disheartened by the reBults of the war, th?
would leave the homo of their nativity ai
try their fortune in unknown lands. The
people are blinded [by passion and prejudic
and become the easy victims of emigratii
sooieties and their agents. . The. home whit
was once luxurious, but is so no longer-bi
whioh requires only industry to make it boc
Portable, and enterprise to make it luxurioi
again-^iB abandoned for life in the wilde
ness, where it will take the hard Work of ta
generations to accumulate the comforts whic
have been wantonly sacrificed. The ?bje<
of this movement-~the advantage proposed 1
be gained by the exchange--is said to t
freedom from Northern control. Nowhere c
the Amerioan continent oan tho emigr&t
from the South be sure of that freedom, an
in the Old World there is certainly co rooi
for him. We are, therefore, constrained t
believe that all schemes for thb'?migratio
of the Southern people are wrong, and onl
beneficial to the emigrant 'societies and thei
The number of people (hat will emigrat
from South Carolina will be sm?ll-not onl
beoauso ttort are not a'gnat many who wai
to go, but beoause even of those who do war
to go, the greater part are compelled, by wac
of means, to stay, Strange to say, howevei
of the large majority who will remain in th
State, a great m?by are opposed to immigra
tion-that is to say, they object to a larg
influx j)f.foreign RojpWtion_ jntQ_the.J^
"(Tliey take the ground that it will depriv
the native population of the control of tb
country, and that the foreigners, combining
with the negroes, will throw the State int?
the control of the Radicals. Now, thest
objections are weak in the extremo* Expe
rienoe BhoWs that foreign settlers fall inti
the opinions of the people among whon
they live, and beoome strongly attach?e
even to their prejudices. In the lato war
Irish, Gemans and Frenoh fought on th<
side of the South with as muon ardor ai
their countrymen fought for the North, ant
hated our enemies with all the passionat<
earnestness of natives. The truth is, then
that a large immigration is the true way o
regaining our political equality; and wh'er
we consider, in addition, the vast materia
wealth which their industry would create
and tho great amount of land now lying wasti
whioh it would put under cultivation, w<
cannot but conclude that the best thiDg tba
could happen for our State and her ,peop!<
would ba the rapid increase of hec'foreigi
THE CHARLESTON AND SA VANNMl RAIL
By an advertisement in tho oily . papers
the public have been informed that th<
Charleston and Savannah Railroad will b(
offered at public sale OD the 20th' of Novem
ber next. The City of Charleston depending
as she does almost entirely, on tho railroadf
which oonnect her with the 'interior for thc
.'limited prosperity she at present enjoys, it is
of the utmost importance to her interests
'that they should be owned and managed by
those who, while they may be zealous to de?
clare good dividends, will also'take caro to
pursue such a policy as will'advanco the
trade of this city. In the hands of enter
prising men, the Savannah Railroad can be
made of an importance second to no avenue
of communication at present leading into the
interior from this point. It should, at the
earliest moment, be connected with the Geor?
gia Central Road at or near Millen, when we
will be placed, by the shortest route, in con?
nection with Macon, at whioh city the rail?
roads from Southwestern Georgia terminate.
The valuable line to Columbus and Mont?
gomery, which is to be extended via Opolika
to Tuscumbia, on the Tennessee River, form?
ing by this routo the shortest and best
through connection with tbe Weet; tho Ma?
con and Western Railroad and its connections,
leading to Atlanta, Chattanooga, and places
beyond--all come into Macon, which has be?
come a grand railroad centre. These roads
aud their'connections pass through a country
much of whioh is of considerable fertility,
and is noted as a fine cotton region. It is a
section that has dealt heavily with this place,
and there is room for a largely extended
trade. By another branob, if found necessa
sary, .this road might 'bo carried to Augusta,
Georgia, along the route-of the Port Royal
Railroad, and whioh rids had ,a. largo ?mouht
of wk done on it. This lino to Augusta
would bo about as short as the South Caro
lina Road, and would pass through a fertile
portion of Beaufort and Barnwell Districts,
which has heretoforo traded with Savannah.
There We also other proposed connections of
much importance, but those that have tieen
mentioned, show-with much force the urgent
necessity of having this road fall into proper
WAMTN r?ri ,?OMpETBNT COLORED
8 MA^ENLg^^1 a6arll?'
WAWOni? T,A WO?A? TO DO CHAMBER
at the VinTnl>TiA,??A^oinBn to do washing. Apply
flir70t? 0BIA HOTEL, corner King and Prlnwss
alreetg- . -, , -1?_October ll
W*^86.? TO ??NT-A SMALL HOUSE,
fl^coftnA^t?*,*301188?111 ? antral locality. Ad
drees CHARLESTON, through thisOfflce, stating terms,
_ October 10
WwT?D'~A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
to v rr iN ,W?ntB a situation as OLE RS or Assistant
Boo*. Keeper in a Merchant's Office or Wholesale Btore.
Address A. B. 0. D., Daily News Offic?.
October tr^ tnthB3 ?
APOOR, BLIND (COLORED) MAN, WHO
?w?T?nnjd? nothing but SAW WOOD OR PUMP
w aicit, desIreB to get employment and begs assistance.
His residence ia No. 17 PRESIDENT STHBET-MB
name is SAMUEL ORB. October 10
WASTED,TWO TKACHBK8 FOR THE
ALLENDALE HIGH ?SCHOOL-one capable of
leaching Instrumental and Vocal Music andFreuoh;
the other to teach the Primary English branches \ The
exercises of the school will commence on the 1st of
January next. Applit ations to be made to Hr. B. L.
WILLINGHAM, President of Board of Trasteos, Allen?
dale, Barnwell District, S. C., with references.
September 26 Imo
TO RENT, &o.
KINO STREET STORE TO RENT.-THAT
spsdons Store, with larg? back Stores, situate
in Bing itr. et, known as Nos. 637 and ?39, wsU adapted '
for a wholesale Grocery Btore, with capacity for Wagon
Yard attached. For terms, &o., apply to
W. Y. LEITCH,
October ll thatn3 No. 25 Broad street.
TOUtSNT, PART OF A STORE IN A CEN?
TRAL and elegant location for business. Address
S, S. S., or spply at THIS OFFICE.
October 9 , tnths
TO RENT-THAT ELIGIBLY SITUATED
and pleasant HOUSE on East Bay, between Socie?
ty and Laurens streets, containing six upright rooms,
double ptazea, dressing room, bo. On the premises ic
a good olstern, fine kitchen, stable, bo.
For terms apply to B. M. DTROBEL,
October 9 tuths8* No. 6 Soolety-stree*.
FOR SALE,-FIV? (5) PRIME HORSES
and two (2) No. 1 MULES for sale at tho Omni,
bul Stables, Shepherd street, by
October ll 3_lt. DOUALA'S & 00. ,
FOR SALE CHEAP, A'GROCER-V STORE
with BAKERY attached. Apply to A. WENG EN
B OfH, corner Ashley apd Palmetto streets, Charleston,
B. C. _ 4? ' October 10
FOR SALE, MULE, DRAY, AND HARNESS,
. all in perfect order. ,
Apply lt No. 66 MARKET STREET.
Octouer 10_ ?? _" .8
OR SALE-ONE 'BTflA^M ENGINE AND
BOILER and a new Saw Mill, nearly completed,
will be old together or separated to suit purchasers.
The Hngtoe may be used for grist mills or ginning cot?
ton) or other purposes. SolcT'verv low for oash. Apply
to MtsiM BL?NT & SlNPLOa'S Carriage Factory, No.
46 Spring street. _thm6?_October ll
FOB S?Ali?-ST. AwWiMsrw'S IXAI/JL. LIOTT
AND BUILDINGS thereon, on Broad street, near
Friend. Dimensions-Lot 81 leet on Broad street, by
870 feet io depth. .
The ibove desirable Property is offered at private sale
on Bbertl terms. Apply to
JOHNSON b BLACK, Brokers,
Qotob3t9 ,. - tnths3 , No. 26 Broad street.
ENGINE AND SAW MILL FOR SALE.
One ?rst-clRSB (35) thirty-five horse power EN
GIVE, with ?AW MILL attached; complete exoept
boiler. The rlght of cutting Oak, Htokory, Maple, Cy
press, &c. on'the place can be secured. Apply to WM.
8, WHALIY, Jr. ."Summerville, or to BOPER b STO
NEY, Cha'leston._atntb.6_October 6
ONI Tfl?RTY HOBHE STEAM ENGINE AND
CIRCULAR, "8?W MILL, with GRIST MILL AND
BLACKSMITH 8HOP attached, all in complete and ?nc
cessful op'ratibn. Sold for no other cause than the ill
health of he owner. 'Apply to '
BBAUG? b MALLONEE,
Planing Mill, Horlbeok's Wharf.
THE SUBSCRIBER OPFERS HIS PLAN
TATDN, on Edlsto Island, for sale. It contains
325 acres4 high land, situated on Russell's Creek, with
many fa lillies ? fish and oysters are not over two miles
to the steimhoat landing. There is up n the place ?
?. od subiivutially built brick houso. containing 8 up
rieht roods, likewise very good outhouses and negro
houses. For terms, apply to HOPER & STONEY. Van
derhors't I Wharf. JOS. E. JENKINS.
O II S A O E
VALUABLE WHARF PROPERTY
IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
.?'?0 FEET FRONT ON COOPER RIVER.
ALL THAT ELIGIBLE AND VALUABLE PROP
ERT? bown as the South and North Dry Dock
WharveB,centrally located, betweon Union Wharf and
the propety of the late General Plnckney, next north of
Market Wiarf. ;
THE8(UrH WHARF, formerly known as Williams
Wharf, sluated on the east side of East Bay street,
measuring and containing in width on the east and weat
linos 13408t, and in depth on the north line running
to tue ecko of Cooper Itiver channel, 776 feet, and on the
south Hi? running to the edge of same channel, 708
.feet, bethe same more or less, accord'ng to a plat
thereof, esurveyed in 1860 by Robert Q. Plnckney, Sur?
THE ?ORTH WHARF, on the east side of Concord
Btrcot atl south side of Plnckney street, and adjoining
South Wiarf above described, containing in width from
north to?outh on Concord street, 86 feet 8 inches, and
runnlngthonce by parallel lines upwards of SOD feet, to
the chapel of Cooper Biver. ,
THE OTTON PRE83 LOT AND BULT ISO, sitiia'o
on the saith side of linckney street am- weBt side of
Concord?treet, niea?uriug aud containing east on Con?
cord strirt 80 feet 8 inches, s<uth on lands now or late
of iBhar Williams, 83 feet, west on land of A. Ottoteu
oui, runing southwardly 85 feet 9 inches, and north on
pincknej street tO feet 3 inches. The entire Lot is
covered y a one-ttory brick and tin roof Building, ca?
pable of ting used either as a storehouse for cotton and
other mtchandise, or aco'ton prebB, or a machine
BbTHE ETIRE AREA OF THE PROPERTY is nearly
eau il 'O ?ACRES. , ,.
THE ?DTH PIER was for a long time the landing
place for lie Havana steam packet "Isabel.'"'
There ! no better located Wharf Property in this city,
and its rtensive river front and ample space for the
erection ( stores, all combine to render it one of the
most destable investments for enterprising capitalists.
TITLE! clear aud indisputable. . "
Plats olhe entire property may be seen at the office
of W. B. leriotfc Co., No. 37 Broad street.
TERMSmade known on application to
WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
? President Dry Dook Company.
Augusto ? .__thml6_^
DOG IOST.-STKAYRD PROM No 1 PAL,
MEI O STREET, a BLACK AND TAN HOUND
SLUT, wu ono White Eye. A hberul reward will be
paid for hr recovery. 1* jjc^ojjer^ll^
HH. WILLIAMS & t!0. HAVE REMOVED THEIR
. HT AND OAP STOKE to No. 7 Hayne-atreet,
(Sid store lom ii. W. Williams k Co.,) where they have
f ,11 and cmploto stock, und will be happy to see theil
October I thstnlmo
A PRITATE F VMILY. Il WI*G THREE
?\. WELl FURNISHED ROOMS, desires to take E
family or snule gentlemen to Board. Apply at No ll
ANSON STREET. 1* October 8
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, ftc.
EDUCATION A L ,H3ST;V10 1.IS ?I ?I.E1VT OF
. KEV. DH Mp:m.
THE. REV. DR.' MYERS II Ask PLEASOBS Itt AN?
NOUNCING that.'ib?vinc; Wonr?d the eligible
premi?es No. 20 OEO.RvB-STKI3.Bl', ona'door east of
King', his Academy is now ooaii fur cbc reception of
The valu?ble cervices of Pr?f. U A. ?H,'?.??ETT, A. M,,
a gentleman of considerable expert! nco in Tuition, and
a Graduate of one of the loading \0oiv?..r3tti<?s of thc
country, have been 01 gaged fer assistance in the duties
of the'Institution, And'.the Principal feels sanguine
thnt-f the entire arrangements thereof ;:re such as to
merit and gain universal -approval.
Terms, ns well as all other pVvt?c:?If?rH connected with
the Institute, may be obtained on nppjicatlou as above.
0. H. MOISE, Esq. T. !.. 00IBB. VS. D.
THEO. D. WAGNER, Esq. a. ri. DE?.EOH, Esq.
B. D. LAZARUS, Esq. OB,Vi X. 1 OWNDES, Esq,
JAMES MACBETH, Esq. ED WAI'J' LYN AH, Esq.
October ll tbm
9?? e n b f 'ft-ii I r
tm bcutfd)cn ?d)uI?aufc, Ulieeiinaftriife
Unterri^tim S3ud)?oItcn, 91cd)ncn, .f:.m.'?C'. i; uub in ber |
enfliifdieu <Sprod)e taeg?id) von 7 tit u ii?v ?!6cnb8.
SScbtnpngeu 5 3)o??ar3 per 91ivuat;
OctooerO 5* 3. ,j. tl f e n !.
FOR YOUNG LADIES OP TB K HEBREW FAITH,
NOS. 173 and 175 WEST 80TH STREE f j BETWEEN !
7TH AND 8TH AVENUES, NEW YORE.-TO THE
ISRAELITES O P SOUTH CAROLINA.
MBS. HENRY SIMONS HAVING BEEN RE?
QUESTED by many Southern and Western
friends (whose children have been educated at the In?
stitute) to make known her School, announces to them
that she receives pupils from the ages of seven to six?
teen. The pupils can acquire the ENGLISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN and HEBREW LANGUAGES thoroughly.
MU8I0 and SINGING taught by able Professors ; SEW?
ING and EMBROIDERY made sn especial instruction: |
DANCING and GYMNASTIC EXEROIsES taught dur?
ing the winter season.
Tho pupils attending the Institute will find it a home
in every respect, and every care will be taken with their
moral and religious training. Papila can enter> the
Instlluto at any time.
For Circulars, apply as abovf>
HOMES SCHOOL FOR BOYS."
IKE EXERCISES OP THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE |
resumed on the?E?OND MONDAY IN SEPTEM
; BER, and continue tin months. The number of pupils !
hllmlifd to. twelve,
The Principal is a graduate in honors of Cambridge,
England, and has had more than twenty years ezperienoe
as a teacher In the South.
Careful and thorough instruction wm be given m the
! LATIN and GREEK CLASSICS, French and 8panlsh,
with incomplete course of English studies, including j
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic and Book-Keep
Pupils will be treated In all respecta BB members of
1 his family, and will receive the undivided care and at?
tention cf, the Principal In the preparation of their [
References-Tb the Faculty of the South Carolina
University, ?and to present and former patrons.
For terms and iurther particulars, addreiB the under?
signed, RICHARD FORD, AM.
Columbia, August, 1868. stnth August ll
COLIiKOB OF CH AR. L< K STOW, SO. CA.
THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF CHARLES?
TON would respectfully inform parents and guar
diana of young gentlemen desirous of obtaining a Col?
legiate Education, that this Institution has been re- j
opened under very lavorable auspices and at a greatly |
reduced rate of Tuition, the terms of which are only
Forty Dollars Per Annum, payable quarterly. Students j
from the Interior can obtain board at reasonable rates,
in respectable private families residing in the city.
L.t. Y. i ADMISSION. I
Candidates for admission into the Freshman Class
mnstuo able .to translate Into English the whole of]
Casar's Commentaries, Vjbrgll, Cicero's Seleot Orations,
and SalluBt-. They must also.poseops an accurate and
I minite knowledge of the T atin Grammar and Prosody.
In Greek,,they will be expaoted to 'possess a thorough
knowledge of Valpy'sGreek Grammar, Anthon's edition,
and be able to translate and parse with readiness any
pOrtion.of Jacob's Greek Reader, the first two books of
Xenophon's Anabasis, and the first book of Homer'i
Iliad.' ' ,
In Mathematics, their knowledge will bo expected to
Include Arithemetic .(including Fractions, Vulgar and.
Decimal), Extraction of Square and Oub? Roots, Young's
Algebra through himple Equations, and first three books
of Legendre's Geometry.
Geography, both Ancient and Modern, will be the sub .
jct of a rigid examination.
N,B,-Students wilt be admitted to a partial course,
upon "special application.
I N. R 'MIDDLETON, LLD', President,
Professor of Logic, Poiltioal Economy, and the Evl
. -4?TO<>f <jbrtdci<,uity, aua Murry rroresBor ot Moral |
and Political Philosophy,
j REV. JAMES W. MILES, A.M.,
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Lit?
erature) and of Roman and Greek Antiquities.
LEWIS R. 'GIBBES,' M.D.,
Professor rf Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry.
JOHN McORADY, A.M.,
Professor of Mathematics,
F. A. PORCHER, A M.,
Professor of History, Anoleht and Modern; Rhetoric,
Belles Lettres, English Composition and Elocution,
j F. P. HOLMES, A.M.,
Professor of Geology, Palaeontology and Zoology, and
Curator of the Museum.
LEWIS R. GIBBE', M D.,
Secretary of the Faculty.
?3-All papers in the State insert once a week for two !
weeks, and send bills to College of Charleston, So. Ca.
CAROLINA PUAIALifcl CitLUfMhU
AN80NVILLE, N. 0.
THE NEXT SE88I0N OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL
begin on the FIRST MONDAY in Hoptember*, and
continue till the 18th of January, 1887, a' period ol
! twenty weeks, with an Interval of one week at Christ?
The Spring Session will begin immediately on the ex?
piration of the former, and will continue till the first
Wednesday in June, 1867.
Great attention is paid to the health and comfort of
the pupils. Tbe efforts of the present head of the Col?
lege have, in these respects, been crowned with marked
with gratifying success.
The Boarding Department is in charge of the Presi?
dent of the College, who, with his family, resides in tba
College, and bas the immediate direction of all matters
pertaining to thia department.
The citizens of Charleston and vicinity can see Cata
I logues at the office of W. O. BENNETT & CO., and ara
referred to Col. E, R. LILES, of that firm, for more de?
Pupils who may reach Oheraw can be met there and
brought to College, at moderate expense, by giving the
President timely notice.
The attention of parents residing in the more south
erly districts is hereby specially directed to the healthful
properties of the mineral waters at and near the College.
lt is believed those at the College have recently much
I improved in their restorative powers,
The chargos are believed to be very moderate. They
are as follows, payable In specie, or its equivalent. It is
expected that one-half of tbe charges will be paid in
i advance, but in special cases more liberal terms will be
Board, Washing, and Fuel.$66
Tuition in English I epartment, from.$12 60 to 26
Tuition in Music and nt o ol Pianos.'. 2!>
Tuition in ?special Branches, from.$10 to 2(1
Contingent Fee. 2
Boarders are required to furnish their own lights,
Sheets, Towels, aud Pillow-cases; also, two Clothes Bags
for soiled clothea. J. E. BLANKENSHIP,
August 23 60 President 0. F. College.
M?DICAL. COLLEGE OF THE STATU. OF
rpHE ANNUAL COURSE OP LECTURES IN THIS
IA8T1T?TION will commonce on the first Monday
of November next, and terminate on the first Saturday
of March ensuing,
J. EDWARDS HOLBROOK, M. D., Professor Emeritus
FRANOIS T. MILES, M D., Professor of Anatomy,
JULIAN J. OHI80LM, M. D., Professor of Surgery.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D,, Professor of Institutes and
Practice of Medicine,
JAMES M?ULTBIE, M. D., Professor of Physiology.
ROBERTA. KINLOCH, M. D., Professor of Matena
Medica and Therapeutics.
THOS. G. PRIOLEAU, M. D., Professor pf Obstetrics
and Diseases of Women and Children.
0. U. SHEPARD, M. D. LL. D,, Professor of Chem
SAMUFL LOGAN, M. D., Demonstrator of An?tomy.
F. L. PARKER, M. D., Assistant Demonstrator JI
E. GEDDING8, M. D., Dean pro. tem.
EXTRAORDINARY Oil SUPPLEMENTARY P?tuFESSOIlS
F. L FAKKKR, M. D , Anatomv; dA.lfvJJ-.L LOOAN,
M,D., Surgery; P. GERVAIS ROBIN fin, M I)., Insti?
tutes and Practice of Medicine; El) ?v><RD G i DDI > GS.
M. D" Physiology; GEORGE i HESCOT, M. D., Mate
ia Medica; V. M. ROBER!' <>N, M D., Obstetrics.
Tl. e Extraordinary Prc lessors/Lecture each twice a
week. Course lreo. hey niU/also give the Summer
Clinical Instruction at theCity Hospital, by F. PEYRE
POKOHEH, M. D. . ,
Clinical Instruction at toe Policlinic, corrected witb
the C liege, on every Wednesday and Saturday rom J
to ll o'clock. This important charity ie now m succ?s?
D. ; Assistant*, P. GERVAIS ROBINSON, M. D., GEO,
APsistan.s, SAMUEL LOGAN, M. D.; F. L. IAliKc.lv,
Fees for the (^^^^^"'^^amt&ta?,
$30 0DC0' mihi? Septembers
WASHINGTON LOO GK NO. 5. A. F. M
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
. viii be h?l(X at Masonic Hall This (Thursdays
Evening, October Htb, at 7 o'clock.
By order TV.'. M.-. S.WEBB,
October ll <".'' >I Secretary.
lADIEi' BENEVOLENT- SOC??T V.
rilHE ANNUAL MEETING Ol? THIS SJOIETY WILL
JL be bed at the Orphan House, on??Thursday, the
28th inst,, at 12 o'clock, M.
A general attendance of the raembBrs is earnestly de?
sired, and they are requested to hand in their subsotip- "
tions for the ensuing year, at the meeting, 6r to send?. '
them to the Treasurer, No, 101 Tradd'Btreet. >
October ll th?
DISSOLUTION. v ',
THE FIRM OF CHAS. H. MOISE & CO. W?8!D?S-:
SOLVED on 18th September, 1866, by mutual con?
OHAS. H. MOISE continues the Wholesale Grocery
and Liquor Business on his own account, and will set?
tle the business of the late firm.
OHAS. H. MOISE.
.i MARX COHEN.
Ootoberll \ ._
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING?
as HANA HAN & WARLEY is this day dissolved by
mutual content. /0t???/n H. D. HANAHAN,.
(Signed] FELIX WARLEY.
Charleston, October 1st, 1866.
I WILL CONTI NfJB
AS HERETOFORE, THE COMMISSION* AND GRO?
CERY BUSINESS at Columbia, S. 0.
B. D. HANAHAN,
Columbia, October 1st, 1866. _ 6
DISSOLUTION OF COP ART *f ER8HI P.
MB. E. A. DODD HAS, FROM THIS DATE. WITH
DR AWN from the firm of FREEMAN, PUNDT &
The business will be conduoted by FREEMAN &.
PUNDT at the "PALMETTO IBON WORKS," Look
wood & Johnson's old stand, foot of Hasel-stwet :
October 5_ J. M. PUNDT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A COPABT
u niM-SSS?^?11^' the name and s'y1* 0' RODDIN
& CAMPBELL, for the purpose of conducting a WOOD*
and BRIOK BU8INE88at the foot of Hasel-stre?t and
respectfully Boliclt a share of patronage from the'vubUe*
. H. VV. OAMPBEIX.
Oharlegton, 8. C.. August 10, 1866. August 17
NORTHEAST CORNER OF KING AND SOCIETY SIS..
fJIHIB OLD'AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE HAS BEEK
reopened for the accommodation of tho travelling pub?
ic and will be kept in the heat style, both as regards the
table sad sleeping accommodations. The whole houe?
has been thoroughly repaired, and refitted, and newly
furnished throughout, A Bar, supplied with the heat
Liquors, is attached, and will be kept open for the ac?
commodation of tho guests.
Omnibuses will always be i* attendance at the varions
depots and steamboat landings, and no pains wiB be
spared to make.all guests comfortable and satisfied, .
SAVAGE & ENSIGN, Proprietors. ,
JESSE L. SAVAGE..EDWIN W. ENSIGN.
Ootober ll_ - ' ??
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE PAVILION HOTEL, BO LONG AND ABLY
conduoted by the late H. L. BUTTERFIELD, will
still be kept open for the accommodation sf the Travel
And its former,friends and patrons will find the usual
accommodations and attentions bestowed on them a#
formerly, and the nub'to favors' already so well es?,
tablished as the Hotekf the Travelling Merchants of th?
South, will by earns*, efforts bo faithfully prefaerved.
Obraouth Carolinaland Georgia papers please copy.
October 10_ _ 6
VICTORIA HOTEL. ' '
F. OPDEBEEOK; PBOPBIETOB.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It hu been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
others will find in it all the luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
ES CABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts of
The location ls one of the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard Saloon for the fovers of this
healthful exercise 1B attached. No pains or expense
spared to give entire satisfaction,
May 12_F. OPDEBEEOK.
THE TRAVELLING POBLIO ARE RESPECTFULLY
informed, though the reoairs of this HOUSE are
not quite completed, the DOORS WILL BE THROWK
OPEN for the reception of all those who are seeking a
GOOD BREAKFAST and DINN EU; and that they have
plenty of time to dino cannot be doubted by the most
indulgent. The Ladies are also Informed that they
need not hesitate to leave the cara for tho Dlning-Boom.
of this House, as it is desired by the proprietors that .
the most scrupulous should visit it, in or 1er that they
may Bee the change that bas been effected in their'
favor. The gentlemanly Conductors of the road wiU not
scrapie, but wiB always take much pleasure in handing
their lady passengers to the porch of this House, where'
they will be ushered into a PLEASANT ANO RETIRED
DINING-BOOM, whore they wUl receive the attention of
an old and experienced housekeeper, with full time to
do justice to tie repast that wiU be setdjefore them.
POHi.. & MYER. Proprietors.
tS" Columbia Carolinian and tbe Augusta Con stltn*
tionalist will copy abovo, und send bul to this offlMV
September 15 md*
DIfcTBIOr COURT OF CHARLESTON,
CHABLEBTON. 8. Q , October 10, 1866:
ORDERED, That the Clerk of tho Court do give no-;
tice that this Court is now organized, and that it will,
uit in Chambers, at tho Court House, on Monday and,
Thursday of every week, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the.
transaction of such business within its jurisdiction as
may be brought before it.
ORDERED, That notice be also given that the Return
Da> for the first Quarterly Session falls on Friday, the
4th day of January.
By order of Court
3, W. BROWNFIELD, O. O. D. 0.
WE HAVE FOB SALE THE PREFZING APPARATUS
for producing LOCAL ANESTHESIA, for freezing witt.
Ether or Bhigolene. Also, the ATOMIZING TUBES
which constitutes a perfect Douche for bathing sensitiv
eyes.t?flamed surfaces, and for perfuming or dish
feeling the Bick room.
? few of the above instruments just received and fe
GOODRICH, WliVEMAN & CO,,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 153 Meeting-street, opposite the Charleston Hoh :
FRENCH ANS ENGLISH
B0?BDINS AND MT SCHOOL
MESDAMES A. G TB ARD AND 8. JJ. DOWELL.
THE EXERCISES Otr THIS INSTITUTE WILL .'
resumed (D. VJ on This Day, Octobor 1st, 1866, ut,
No. ll Coming street.
French and German. Madame Girabi.
French and Euglish.'..Mrs. Dow?
Mathematics and the Higher Eng?
lish Branches.Mr. G.-W. Alexand
Primary Department.Miss A. Pars -.
Drawing. ? Mr^rr? 9:
Music, Vocal and Instrumental. V >:?.
Violin and Guitar. - <
Dancing.. . . : tw:usl:!