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HENEY COBIA & CO.,
No. 26 VENDUE RANGE,
OFFER FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS, THE
FOLLtfWING GOODS :
Zf \ BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH
WU 200 colls Hemp Rope
60 bags Prime Rio Coffee
30 b?gs Fair Rio Coffee
60 tua* Prime Lard
100 barrels Sugars, various grades
25 tierces "Duffield V Hams
25 barrels Sut>ar House Syrup
1000 6acks Liverpool Salt,
100 boxes English Dairy CHEESE.
50 bakrts Superior CHAMPAGNE. . ..",
APPLES ! APPLES!
Qf\ BARRELS OF APPLES, "BALDWINS" AND
OU ?.Piopi'is," Unding this day from brig J)rea
Bliss, and for sale by TROUT & AMSBUttY,
October Iii 1 Nos. 4, 0 and 8 Marke^street^
LIME ! LIME! LIME!
?)?:f\ t~\ BBL9. FRESH STONE LIMB, LANDING??
??O\J\J this day irom brig Fred Bliss.
300 bbls. Frosh CEMENT, a good articlo
100 bbls. Piaster Paris
Hair, Sashes, Blinds, &c. "
For salo low by TROUT & AMSBURY,
October Iii 2 Nos. 4, 0 and 8 Market street.
BUTTER, LARD, CH??S?^B?uS
ff f\ FIRKINS CHOICE GOSHEN B OTTER
U\J 75 b >jes choice Goshen Cheese
Bbls. and ?rkius Leaf Lard
Bbls. Crushed, Powdered, A, B and C Sugar
Bbls., balf ubis., and kegs uew Buckwheat
Bbls. new White Beaus
Kegs new Barley
Caudii s, Sada, Soap, Starch
Ground Coffee, Pepper, Ginger
Oil, Pices, Prepared .Musturd
Piccali.Ii, Currants. Raisins
Tobacco, Now Carolin* Rico.
For sale, at lowest market pricjvby r &
October IC tutli2 No. 3U Vendue Range.
MOLASSES! MOLASSES! MO?
/?/\ HHDS. GOOD MU COVADO MOLASSES
OL/ 20hhds. Prime Muscovado Molasses
tfohds. Superior Porto Rico Molasses.
25 quarter casks Catalonia CLARET WINE
1U0 cases ?superior Catalonia Claret Wine.
10,000 CHOICE HAVAN \ SEGARS
600 pounds .Spanish Ont Tobacco, )'t and 1 lb pkgs.
For sale low, iulotd to suit purchasers, by
SALAS & CO.,
October 1? tulhsC_ No. 118 East Bay.
?Sic, RECEIVED PER STEAMER
5BARRELS AND 10 BOXES NEW HULLED BUCK
15 barrels Peach Blow Potatoes
15 barrels Jackson Potatoes
2 barrels Canuda Kplit Peas
2 barrels Jersey Dried Apples.
For sale by GRUBER & MARTIN,
O.-tober 1(! 1_No 230 King-street.
5BBI.S. NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT, JUST RE?
CEIVED per Grenaiia. by
, JULIUS H. OPPENHEIM,
No. i'W King, cornor Hudson street,
Octohor 10 tutbsli Oppo-ito Citadel Green.
PRIM*! EASTERN HAY AFLOAT :
1- BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY. LANDING
I *J ex brig Fred. BUBS, on Patten's Wharf, foot of |
For sale low, while lauding, by
, ? ? JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Mfirkot street, opposite State street.
-i f \ BARRELS LARD OIL.
1\J For sale by HENRY COBIA 4 00.
ROPE ! ROPE ! ?ROPE !~"
?jnA COILS OF HEMP ROPE, % INCH, FOR
WJ\J Baling, just recciv d and f >r sale by
ARCHIBALD GE1TY & CO.,
October IG ?_North Atlantic Wharf.
NEW GEORGI?! AND RYE FLOUR
C>r BBLS. EXTRA GEORGIA FLOUR, EXCELSIOR
100 bags Extra Georgia Flour, Excehdor Mills.
25 bbls. new Philadelphia Rye Fleur.
Bl?K HIVE SYKUP,
100 bbls. of the abovo favoiite brand.
BALK ROPE, T^INE, SOAP, TOBACCO,
100 coils half inolt Manilla Hemp BALE ROPE
50 coils three-eighths inch Manilla Pres.. Rope
100 half coils Keiitucky Hemp Rope, Todd Mills
60 collo large Rope, Anchor brand
3 bales Kentucky Henp Twine
60 boxes Soap, Family No. 1.
60 boxes TOBACCO, choice to common
12 hits N. C. Butter, small size, at 35c.
Foisaleby J. >. R0B30N,
Ootoberll thBtu3 No. 02 East Bav,
HAY AFLOAT! CORN, OATS,
mB^LES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, landing
from brig Nameanir, on Kerr's Wharf.
IN HTOKR :
1000 bu?bel8 Primo WHITE CORN
2000 bushels Primo Western Mixed Corn
2000 bushels Prime Western White Corn
1600 bushels Primo Oats
Fresh ground Grist and Meal always on hand.
SEED OATS AND SEED RYE
500 bushels Prime Scud Oats
60 busbols Primo heed Rye.
Imported aud selected osptcially for planting purpo?
ses and for southern soil.
For salo by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposiio State-street.
RIDE FLOUR FOR COW FEED
QAA BUSHELS FRESH GROUND RICE FLOUR,
OU VJ au excolleut foori for cattle.
For salo by JOHN CAMPSEN & OO.,
No. 14 Markot ttroet, opposite State street.
October 15 2
RICE, BACON, LARD.
eys\ CASKS NEW CAROLINA RICE
?V/ 100 bans EaBt ind itt Rice
5 hhdH. primo Bueou Side?
in kegs pure Leaf Lard.
For sale by J. S. SCHIRMER,
October 15 intuthS No. 10J EaBt Bay.
CHOICE BACON SIDES.
QA HHDS. STRICTLY OHOICE BACON SIDES,
OV' clear of back bone, now landing, and will be
sold'low and on accommodating terms, by
T. M. OATER,
October 15 2 Brown's Wharf.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
1? A Ark SAC li S IN SPLENDID ORDER
OUUU 60 sacks Ashton's Fine Salt
20 cases F.xtr.i Table Snit
1000 Pockets Groui-d Rock Salt
f Ot) bags.Ground Rock dalt.
For salo in lots to suit, very low for cash, by
GEO. W. CL A RIC tz CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
October 15_ 6
TTf ANTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR ENGLISH AO
VV COUNT, about 60,000 lbs of Grease Woels of all
textures, and 30.000 lbs. Scoured Supers Also 60ufl lbs
?oft Woolens at ?c. per lb. : ai\d 5000 lbs bard Woolens
$6c per lb. : and 5000 lbMixed Woolens at 4c per lb.
",'?18 three last items subject to inspection and ready
' ?cked in square bales. Apply personally, or by letter
;) ' HENRY TRENCHAKD,
Exchange Street, E. B ,
Charleston, 8. C.,
(Formerlv ArmvCloth Manufactur?is to (!. S. A.)
CONE;-DERATE GREY CLOTH, &c, OiS HAND.
Augui-t 29 _tnthsgmo
'T*OR SALK A r ALL PROMINENT GROCERS, WINE
? AIEROH.iNTd, AND DRUGGISTS, and Wholesale
L. FUNK, Jr., Sole Agent,
'./io 66 Libertv Street, N. Y.
August 21 3mos
HOXiM-ES & CALDEE,
WM. E. HOW] DEALSES IN ,wm. CAtDEIt
PAINTS AND OILS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
WE AHE KO IV PRE J? Alt KD TO FURNISH OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
PURE BLEACHED WINTER SPERM OIL I PURE WINTER LARD OIL
PURE BLEACHED WHALE OIL ? PURE OLIVE OIL
PURE TANNER'S OIL PURE ENGLISH LINSEED OIL
PURE NEAT'S FOOT OIL RUBE BOILED LINSEED OIL.
PURE REFINED KEROSINE OIL.
WHITE LEAD A. HST ID ZIISTO PAINTS.
PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD V. M. 00. FRENCH ZINC
H & C PURE WHirE LEAD WASHINGTON MEDAL WHITE ZINC
' PEARL SNOW WHITE LEAD PEARL SNOW WHITE ZINC
CHI0ORA WHITE LEAD PASAIO WHITE ZINC.
. VARNISHES, <ScO.
I * 00PAL * WHITE DEMAR (LIGHT)
ENGLISH COACH BODY BROWN JAPAN
BLACK COACH BODY BLACK VARNISHES, for Iron WorkB
i FURNITURE NO. 1 j BRIGHT VARNISH
I TURPENTINE J 05 $ cent. ALCOHOL.
WINDOW CLASS OF ALL SIZES, BOTH FRENCH AND AMERICAN,
PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES, OF ALL KINDS.
COLORS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
BOTH DRY AND GROUND IN OIL.
PUMICE STONE j PUTTY KNIVES
MINERAL PAINT RED CHALK
PALLET KNIVES . I SAND AND EMERY PAPER, Ac.
Ju. M. HAT?H'S OLD STAJSTD,
No. 126 KEETING AND No. 55 EASEL STREETS.
NEW GOODS ? 1W MODS !
STOLL, WEBB & GO.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
No. 289 King Street
WE HAVE NOW OPENED THE LARGEST STOCK
that ive have over shown iii thia inarkot, which
wo offer at rcasonahlo prices.
Each DEPARTMENT willi be found well assorted,
j with full Hues of Goods (to suit any purchaser), in
coarse, inodiutn and Uno qualities.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
LARGE LOTS OP DRESS GOODS, IM ALL THE
LATEST SI Y L fc.S, comprising full lines, iuall colors, of
3-4 and 6-4 Empress Cloths; All Wool Delaines, Pop?
lins, French Morinnos, 6-4 French Rep Cloths, Plain Col?
ored Alpacas, Plain Colored Goburra aud EugHeh Merl
noes, Molange Cloths, iu plain and plaids; Poplluets,'
Silk Mixed, Wbrrted Plaids, Scotch Plains, Every varie?
ty in Plaids in all thu cheapor g?ados; Colored Delaines
lu every variety. ,
A CHOICE LOT OF FRENCH FIGURED DELAINES,
A CHOICE LOT OF COLORED AND BLACK SILKS
OF DESIRABLE STYLES AND QUALITIES.
BLACK GOODS-BLACK GOODS
WE ARE SHOWING A LARGE VARIETY OF BLACK
GOuDd of every kind, Lupins and Maillards Best
French Bombazines, Delaines, Empress cloths, Reps,
Ciapo Cloths, Steel Mixed Poplins.
8-4 WIDE BLACK CASHMERE FOR SHAWLS
FULL LINES OF ALPACAS, FRENCH AND ENG?
OLOTHS AND OASSIMERES IN LARGE VARIETY.
SHAWLS, CLOAKS, AND SILK SACQUES.
A FRESH LOT OF FRENCH KID GLOVES, IN
ALL NUMBERS, JUST OPENED.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY IN EVERY VARIETY.
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT WILL BE
FOUND WELL STOCKED WITH ALL
THE MOST USEFUL AND DE?
Fer salo at reasonable prices by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
October 9 tuths
JOHN S. FAIRLY. RUTLEDGE WILSON.
JOHN S. FAIRLY 8s CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LY
FANCT 600D3, WHITE GOODS,
Furnishing Goods, &c,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF RETAIL MERCHANTS
IN THE CITY AUD THROUGHOUT THE COON
TRY, to their completo assortment of the above men?
tioned Goods, now being opened at
NO. 37 MAINE-STREET,
THE OLD STAND OF MESSRS. HYATT, McBURNRY
A CO. Their Stock bas been selected with great care
and a thorough knowledge ol' thu wants of i ne bouthern
peoplo, acquired during many years experience in bu?
siness in this city.
Our business motto will bo
Quick Sales and Slio?t Profit*.
O[?DEES WILL BE CAREFULLY AND PROMPTE?
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.
The subscriber is particularly desirous of renewing
businoss relations with Ibo ' customers of his od
house, .WARSHAL.L, BURGE At CO.
October 4 2mo .T. S. FAIRLY.
ASUPERIOR ARTICLE OF OIL PASTEELA 'KU?,
unrivalled in polish, manufactured only by
AIREY, DORSEY & CO., lia tim ,re, Md. On hand hy
recent arrivals, a mipply ol' tho above celebated
BLACKING. Tho t.ude supplied on fuvorableteru?'jy
Octobers 3 No. ?l BROAD-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A COMPLETE
TO \7HI0H THE ATTENTION OP PURCHA?
SERS IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
JAMES B. BETTS,
3STO. SSS KING-STBBET,
October 8 _ _12_
JOHNSTON, CREWS & Cd.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
HAVE THIS DAY RESUMED BUSINESS, AND
opouod, at their buildings just erected,
KO. tl HAYN ta ST?.ttKT,
a raoBt seasonable and entirely new stock of Amorican
and Foreign STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, which
wi 1 be sold on reasonable terms, and to which wo bog to
call the attention of merchants and others visiting this
AU orders will have particular attention. Those of
factors and planters are respectlully solicited.
tctobor 13 stuth!3
" DEY GOODS,
No. 430 King-st:
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A L\RGE STOCK OF
NEW AND DESIRABLE FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS, and will receive fresh supplies by every
steamer from New York, which wo will offer at LOW
PRICES, and to which wo call the attention of pur?
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
NO. 420 KING-STREET,
Three doors south of Calhoun.
October 15 J 8
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE STOOKOFNEW
and deslrablo styles of all kinds ol'FALL and
HINTER DRY HOODS, and will receive now supplies
by every st> amor from New York.
We no* offer those goods at LOW PBICEq, to which
fle call the attention of purchasers, und invite an exam?
ination of our Btock.
Mr. WM. 0 SMALL, lato of CHAMBERLAIN, MILER
t CO., 1B with us, and will be pleased to soe his friends.
JOHN G.1ILN0R &C0.,
October 12 NO. 135 MEETING STREET.
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, PHRE?
NOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY-four of ibo most
sublime Sciences that cati occupy tho human maid
bas located at No. 91 BROAD STREET, third door
from King street, She gives a goneral invitation to
all who desire to consult on business of importtnee.
There is no question which may not. bo accurately
answered, and much misery avoid od by a timely inquiry
of this S- tar of Astrology. She possesses a magnetic pawer
of healing, and describes ali dir cases, and tells them at
once whethor it is curablo, and save many dollars.
September 17 lao*
"D ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO HI(H FRIENDS !
XV oud tho public generally that bo bas opoiod a
FV>OR, GRAIN, HAY AND FEED STORK at Na 219
S A8tt'BAY, opposite tho New Custom House. He so
Beitt- a share ai' tho public patronage. He will ki.ep a
SU?'-'I." constantly on band of thu following articles,
wiacn ho will dispose of at the lowest market rates:
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HA?, BRAN /.ND SHOR1V.
August 17 118
INDIA RUBBER GOODSL
Manufacturer of and Dealer in every description of |
INDIA RUB BEE GOODS,
/HOLESALE &, RETAIL,
NO i 27 MAIDEN i AYS,
N E W Y O R K .
October 12 fmw fmos
FOU HA'KIlPooLi, - THR Al
v American Ship "IDA LIL?^,.- David Stearns,
Alastor, 750 tous burthen, iB now loading for
?the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
Soptcmhor 12 Ko. 10 Aager's^outh Wh?'r?.
POJA LIVKKPO?L. - THE A 1
?>American ship SOUTHERN RIGHTS, L.Ross,
>Masior, ls now loading for tho above port.
?For Freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS A OHISOLM,
September 6 Worth Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NORTH EMS IO ARD R0(!??V?LLE
IDE .A. ,
CAPTAIN CHARLES WILLEY,
WILL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF FOR
NORTH EDI8TO AND ROCKVILLE on Tuesday
Morning, at 9 o'clock A. M
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
October 16_1 South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR BEAUFORT AND HILTON
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING STEAMER
33 3S?E ILIE
CAPT. W. F. ADAIR,
WILL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, ON '
Thursday Night. 18ih inst., at 10 o'clock. Return. I
ing, will leave ReauforUon Friday Afternoon, 19th luBt.,
at 2 o'clock.
Froivht received daily and stored froo of charge.
For Froight or Postage, apply to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE,
October 16 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
CAPT. R. H. HARNEY,
WILL LEAVE ROYCE k CO.'S WHARF ON WED?
NESDAY MORNING, 17th inst. forEdlsto, Rock?
ville and Beaufort_2_October IC
FOR BEAUFORT, ST. HELENA,
HILTON il F. AD AND BLUFFTON.
3? INT IST I 33 3
CAPTAIN ISA AO DAVIS.
WILL LE AV li ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVER?
Friday Morning, nt 8 o'clock. Returning will
leavo Beaufort every Satin day Morning, at 8o'clook.
Freight received the day before Bulling.
For Freight or Passago, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
N. B.-All Froight must be prepaid.
September 13 .-.-?<_
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.,
I TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVER?
LY MI?-LS, ANO ALL LANDINGS OW
WACCAMAW AND BLACK, RIVERS.
IPA. 3>T IST I 33 3
CAPTAIS IS/. AO DAVIS,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVER?
TUESDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning-will leave Goorgotow n overy THU R8DA?
I MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight recoiyed tho day before sailing.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
October 1 Accommodation Wharf.
THE FINE STEAMER KATE, CAPTAIN T. J. LOCK?
WOOD, will leave North Atlantic Wharf on every
Wednesday Morning, at 7 o'clock precisely, for Florida,
m'a Beaufort, Hilton Head, Brunswick. Fer?nndin-i and
Jacksonville, touching al all intermediate landings on
tho St. John's Rlvor as far as Pulatka.
For Freight or Pansage apply on board, or at Ware?
house No. ll North Atlantlo Wharf.
OotoberlS Imo T. J. LOCKWOOD, Agent
VIA FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND
ALL THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN, .
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
WILL SAIL FROM SOUTHERN WHARF EVERY
Saturday, at ii o'clock, P.M., FOR THE ABOVE
For Freight or Passago apply on board, or at the
Offlco of the Agency, No. 17 Vundorhorst's Wharf.
No Freight roceived after Twelve o'clock on tho day of
All Freight payable by shippers.
Octobor 8 j D. AIKEN k CO., Agents.
' TEE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEAHS AriO.
PUBLISHED A .. MARION, S. U, in a central
portion of tho country, offers a favorable medium to
Merohan ts, Druggist ', Machinists, and all classes who
dosiro to extenu th- ir lm.-ii.e.-s in tho
PEE DEE COUNTRY.
For tho benefit of our advertising patrons, wo shall,
lu addition to our suh:-o 'lotion ii-t, wilie.i is constantly
increasing, puhlisli and oistriniitH gratuitously
mm i-xi* RA oopi&> o d' TUE STAR,
during Hie busim-is H.MI-O this f.ill.
Raten ?r advertising liberal. _ W. I. Mo KER ALL,
cettemboi', Editor au.: irurrUivr
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
?OK NKw YORK?
WILL LEAVE ADGEB'B SOUTH WHARF, ON
I ?Bely. y' 1Cth ta8t8nt' at 9 ?'cl?S.P?.
Shippers of Cotton mnst present permit of Revenue
Tax Oolloo or before engagements will be made.
' 0ctober 16_RAVENEL & 00., Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
I FARE REDUCED TO $35.
LeaTingeach Port every Alternate Thnrsday.
BTEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDER,
CAPT. B. W. LOOKWOOD,
CAPTAIN H, S. LE&BT,
rESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELERS
PUBLIC, having superior accommodatioBs for Fasses?
gen, with tables supplied by every luxury the New Yolk
?nd Charleston marketa can afford j and, for safety, speed
wa comfort, sie unrivalled on the coast. $
CAPT. H. S. LEB BY,
^TUnnsrnv ^RTH ATLANTIC WHARF OH
VL ? i ' 0c'?ber 18, at - o'clock.
^Liberal advaucee made on consignments to New
' Al?r?=Fr0l8Ut or Fa83aSe. aPPly at the office of- the
A8?uta' WILLIS & 0H1S0LM,
Consign?es in New York-MeBBrBriviNGS?S^FO?
I auu-_October ia
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION, CO.
I STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
THE 8PLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of this Hue leave New York evory Saturday.
from Pier No. 47, North River, fy
Ship. Tons. Commander.
EN GLAN D.3,450.;.. GRACE
; DENMARK.8,117.'.THO UPSON.
An experienced Burgoon on each ship, free of charge.
Steerage faisane Ticket? to brina persons from Liver?
pool or Queenstown fur $36, currency, can be obtained
! at our office.
Through passage to Parla, London, Antwerp, Hani*
burg, Bremen, &c, at low rates.
BATES OF PiKSAGE, PAYABLE IN CUBEKNCY;
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $80
For freight or passage, apply to -
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
September 1 tilths 2mo No. 71 East Bay.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO UR FROH
BY SAILING SHIPS, SABLING EVERY WEEB*
Also, by the *
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Stdling every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to W<L
from New York. ~
Great-Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain Uki
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on nrrlval in Now York, will have theo
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed OB
For Passage, ?rc, apply to M. M. QUINN,
no. 627 KIMO STBEBT, OHABLEBIOH, H. 0.
February 27 lyr
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION
DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUB?
LIC that arrangements havo.bei-n perfected for
the resumption of tho exercises ?f this well known In?
stitution on Wednesday, ibo 14th of November next.
Pay pupils will, as hurotof >ro. be charged One Hundred
and Filly Dollars im Specto, or ita equivalent, per an?
num, for Board, Tuition, and all other attentions, ex?
cept physician's bills. Those unable to pav the whole,
or any part of this Eum, can bocome participants of tho
Legislative bounty, by making application to the Com?
missi ners, or to either of th? subscribers.
Tho following is a list ol' i ho officers ot tho Institution.
B0AU1> Ol-' COMMESHIOKKRS.
Governor J. L. ORR, Columbia, 8. 0.
Chancellor H. D. LES KS NE laurieston, S. C.
Judge T. N. DAWK If, S, Unionville, S. 0.
Department for Deaf and Dumb,
N. F. WALKER.
Prof-asor J. M. HUGH3TON.
Department for tho Blind,
J. ? lfiiNDI'R.-'ON.
Mrs. L. C. W. HENDERSON.
MATKO.V -Mrs. M. L. WALK Kl .
Parents and Gua-diaus desiring to placo their chil?
dren or wards nader our charge, whern their life-lODg
alliietion, though incurablo, can bu greatly mitigated
and where they may ho prepared by mural, intelloctua
and physical culture and iriining, to become useful and
happy members of society, should n alie immediate aP"
plication, as the number received for tiio present WUl
ueces-arlly be limited, _
By order of fie Ho rd o? Commissioners, M
J 8. HENDERSON andi Associate principals.
N. F. WALKER, ) A b0UJtB rl,u e
Cedar Springs, Spartanburg Dist., Sept. 1, 1S65.
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