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Two English inventors recently exhibited iii
Paris a musical locomotive, which wita ran back?
ward and forward lo tko air of "Th? Taunbouaor
A lobster waa recently caught at Jonoaport, Mo.,
measuring thrco fool ttvo luckes in longth and
niaetoon aud a half luchos around tho body, and
weighing twonty-aovon pounds. Tho largost claw
woighod eight pounds fourteen ounces.
On Saturdav next tho editors sud compoiitors
of tho Clovola'nd Herald and Leader aro to play a
match gamo of baso ball. Tho chaltongo emanated
from tho attaches oT the Lradir. Tho two "nines"
aro to bo composed anlirely of thoso who know
nothing about tho gamo.
The Registrar-General of Iraland records tho I
dsath nt Mnghorofell or a man aged oighty-flvo
years. Ile lind an immense pendulous tumor
growing from tho sido of his neck, which was
computed by several inodical mon who saw it to
weigh from thirty to lilly pounds. It was of forty
rears' growth, and lay over tho front of tho right
sid? of tho chest and artus.
Vieron Huno's "devil Huh" is no myth, as this
item from an Italian paper shows : "A fow days
back n person bathing bclwoon Comigliann and
Sestri, iii tho Gulf of Genoa, was soizod by a largo
pi il\ pun, and the crcaturo so interlaced its numer?
ous tentacles round him that ho was unahlo, in
spite of all his ufforts, to freo blnisolf, and was
dragged under waler ami was drowned. Nono of
tho other bathers von tu red to go to his assist?
The increase of coast steam linos it adding much
to tbs buBinr . of San Francisco. Wo see hy tho
papsrs of Ju' .J that in uno preced? og day steam?
ships left for- agon, Munlorey, Victoria and San
Pedro, and that another linn rr as established for
Pouinlns, while tho Asiatin lino wsw in operation,
and tho licet of sailing vorsols along tho coast has
greatly increased. Not less than lilly new vousola,
of from tlfty lo Iwo hundred IOIIH burdon, havo
boen built niling ibo coast during thu year, and all j
lind abundance lo du.
Tho Northern papers contain an account of tho I
recent In*, rviow hotweou tho Prcsidont aud John
M. Langston, a colorod turvy ur from Ohio, wherein
li la rajiraayMfrini Ukal Hm Vreohluiil anni for Lang?
ston and tendered him tho cominissiouorship of
tho Fror demo's liuroau. This is a m ?stake. Lang?
ston sought tho intorviow and applied for tho po?
sition, and whoo informell that lhere was no va?
cancy, mid no probability of ono very soon, ho
nuked for tho appointment of ministor resident nt |
Hayti. To this tho Prosidcul mado a similar rc
rpm i no, and thus tho intorviow terminated.
A lotter from Paris states that M. AIXMNIIKB
DUMAS is ongaged ou a now novol, tho scono of
which ia laid in America, tho timo hoing that of
tho civil war. Il is understood that many of tho
details and incidents havo boon furnished by tho
occentric equestrienne, Au.ui ISAACS ?ilKM;UN HLE
irAN, or whalovcr olso tho lady's namo may bc.
Miss MENKEN ia not without literary proclivities -
of a certain ordor-and is reported to bin o kopt n
Journal, iu which aro amassed many roi.iarknhlo
occurrences, which aro to bo "worked up" in tho
now romaneo alter M. DUMAS' own incomparable
Tho Doard of Brokern of New York city have an
apparatus in thoir building for voulilating and
muling tho r . om in which tho gold board hold
their daily meetings. Tho room is fifty-fivo fest
aquaro and twenty foci in height. A fan blower,
worked by a small steam onginc, is placed in ono
of tho upp..-r r emu, and drawing its supply from
tho external air near tho top of tho building,
forces a continuous current into tho room bolow,
.hanging tho air ovory aix minutes. During very
hot neather tho tallowing air is forced through
chambers packed with ice. In winter hoatora aro
substituted for tho ico chambers.
Io the Episcopal Diocesan Convention, held in
Chicago last, week, a resolution was adopted in?
structing tho deputies of tho dioceao in tho noxt
general convention "to procuro by go nor ni com?
mon law, with nih tal do quail Heat im m, a prohibition
of tho usa of tho marriage service of tho church in
casos whoro either party contemplating inarriagu
ebal! havo boon proviously divorced by tho civil
law, on grouuds othor than that of adultery.''
Tho deputies aro also instructed to procuro a rule
of duty to bo followed by clergymen, whoso cer?
vices aro thus applied for in ascertaining the fuels
boating on such prohibition.
How to get rich-stick to your basinets. There
is a man in Now York city who baa a ohickau-Btaii
at ono of tho markets. Ho is now reported to ho
worth two millions of dollars. Ho lives in a largo
browo-stono palaco on Dr' iklyn Heigh tn, tho furni?
ture for which cost (120,000. He attends to the 1
salo of his own chickens, never taking breakfast at
home, hut coming over to tho market ovory morn?
ing bolwesn tho hours Ot four and ll ve o'clock.
He can be scon every day, standing behind a
mai bin counter, with a whit? apron on. lu tho
afternoon ho drives out, with bia wifo and family,
or a fow frionda, in an ologaut carriage.
It is reported by tho cabio dispatoh that the
Spanish insurgents havo taken possession of Sara?
gossa, tho capital of tho rich provinco of tho for?
mer Kingdom of Arragon, and so famous in tho
wara of Goths and Moora, as woll as of tho French
with Spaiu. Cieueral Pam, who mado an unsuc?
cessful attompt at revolution about a year and a
half ago, and was drivon from tho country, ia tho
Icador of tho prosont tuovcruont, which, if tho re?
ported capturo of Saragossa ho true, is of a for?
midable character. Ita auccoas would involve a
chango of ministry, and a triumph of thoso libe?
ral ideaa in the Covornmont, of whioh General
Paw in thu acknowlodgod exponent.
Tho PriBidout, under dato of the 20th August,
directod thal 'Ponimiula Island, in tho Day of San
Francisco, California, ho roser ved for military pur?
poses. Tho island hos just wost of Angel Uland,
and is reported as having an important bearing
on the dofonco of Raccoon Strait, tho harbor and
Bay or San Franni nco. On tho same dato tho Presi?
dent directod that a reservation for military pur?
poses ba made at Camp Goodwin, in Arizona Ter?
ritory. This reservation ia situated in tho north?
western part of Pinia County, ion the Gila Uiver,
embracing an aroa of thirty-six sqnaro miles, or
about 23,010 acres. Commissioner WITTON, of the
General Land Oflice, has just issued tho necessary
instructions to the Surveyors-General of Califor?
nia and Arizona, at San Francisco, to cause tho
foregoing reservations to be respected.
Thoro is a serious difficulty oxiating bolwoon
tho Pope and tho Czar In rogard to tho restric?
tions imposed upon Catholics in Russia. Bot1- tho
Popo and tho Czar insist on maintaining tho!.- re?
spective prorogatives, and neither of them will
yield to the other. Tho Czar, however, hoing ab?
soluto in his own dominions, is master of tho situ?
ation Taking into consideration tho fact thal 1
Catholics must at all times Hud it necoasary to
communicate with their spiritual chief, tho Czar
has con H cn tod lo nlln A* thom to write whaloTor
they may think proper; but only on condition
that all auch communications shall Aral ho sub?
mitted to tho inspection of tho Russian Minister
of tho Interior, who is dollied with authority to
pass them, or to return thom to tho writers with
his veto. Thia is putting tho Catholics in Russia
under a syd om of oapoinago, against which tho
Popo thus far baa unavailingly protested.
A claas of "Cadet Engineers" iu soon to be form?
ed at tho Naval Academy for tho coming school
year. Applicant* should bo botwoon eighteen and
twenty-two years nf ago, and must bo prepared to I
pass a competitive examination, the result of |
whioh will determino which of tho candidates will
reeoive tho appointment. Tho candidatos will ho
expected to pousoss a good high school odticalion,
and afford Ovidonco of mechanical tastes. Suc?
cessful candidates will bo appointed "Cadet Fn
gineora," with rank and pay of midshipmen; they I
will bo assigned quarters in the academy, and en?
ter on a ccmrso or study calculated to give thom a
good, practical and thooroetical knowloge or tho
earliost slops in tho ooginoering profession. Af
t?r graduation tho cadete will rocoivo thoir ap?
pointment or third assistant onginoors, with pay
or $1300 per yoar, and may oxpoct rapid promotion
if studious and energetic.
Faustin Boulouquo, formerly emperor of Hayti,
who ia reported to havo lately doooaaed, waa born
in San Domingo in 1789, At hia birth he waa a
slave, but boram o froo by tho oraancipation act or I
1790. Ho took part in military affaira at an early
ago, roso to high rank in tho army, and waa elect- I
ed Proetdont of tho Hay lien Republic in 1847. Two
years later ho proclaimed himself Emperor, osttb
Uahod a nobility, and acted in a very arbitrary
maimer. In 1852 ho waa crowned with imposing
demonstrations, copying oloBOly the ceremonial
obeorved at tho coronation of Ural NAPOLEON . Ho
ia said to have consulted a waggish Frenchman as
to suitable appellations for bia untiles, and, at tho
suggestion of hla adviser, gave thom auch re?
markable titles aa Duke o? Lemonade, Marquis ol I
Bei} Terrier, etc. Faustin waa very joaloaa of the '
Dominican Republlo, and made reposted attempts
to subjugate lt. Hla want or SUCCORS aud tyranni?
cal government provoked an insurrection, and In
1859 ha waa drivon from tho Uland by tho toreos
ander General, afterwards Proeldent J oft-ord. He
took refago in Jamaica, whore ho eubiequently
Jived m th bl? family. H ?
< il I R H I i NT Ti > 1 ?IC ;S.
A wurran is Tur St. L-mis lletmWctni promises
whet lio characterizes na "a quick, certain, miro
plan to roconslrucl UM ftoiuh, rcatoro ito pros?
perity, and pTOTont tho posnihilily of being ruled hy
nogroes and fanatic?." Hero it ia : "Every man
in thc Houlhern Blnton munt non- ure that tho idil
plan of largo plantations Ml Hat hu dour, away willi,
and to keep nucli placo?. now Unit the negroes ?ire
frau, is nuithor praclicabio nor desirable. Large
plantation?, if practicaMe, aro ii|;.iiiiHt tho Imo itt
lorosts of tho South. What (hoy need in popula?
tion; population ia political power mid wealth.
Thal being Iho cane, how aro they to acquire Ibis
population? Tho answer iii easy, hil ivory mau
in tho Mouth instantly subdivide hin land into forly
aero tract*, aa near an ntwaJUa dividing tho wood?
ed and clenrod laud equnlly, ni any rule giving lo
each forty acron, fivo or lou of wood. When lilla
in ilene, let them ofter to thc people or the Western
Slate* to givo to each settler from Ihoso Ht aloa ol
I lernato forty acres of land.rcquiriug no tither' tenn?
than thatoaoh settler shall bring with bim a team,
farming itnploinonl '. and mer.ns lo build n housu,
and llvo years r. udoiicc. la Illinois, Indiana,
Ohio, and otho.- Western Status, land is worth
from $50 lo $160 per .tero. Thesu lands aro oui o?
Uio roach of tho UioiiHandu mid hundreds of thou?
sands of young, enterprising and iudustrious
mon, who aro looking about for wives anda futuro
sottlomout. Opon Hie m allin nato forty acres of
goud rich Innis to them, and instantly every
a-, enue of travel will bc filled willi intelligent,
thrifty, practical farmers, going South with their
wives, their horses mid improved farming imple?
ments, to Hottlo on tho lands donated them. We
mention Woslcru men, because, as COU Iras tod
with a foreign population, they aro eluded far?
mers and more dusirablo in o very way. Let (hid
bo dono, and in fivo years al most wc shall hnvo an
overwhelming whito population ruling tho coun?
try, developing its resources mid building iq
schools, colleges, academics, churches mid roil
ronds, whero now Ibero nro none. Lot thia bi
dune, mid wt? shall MIN soo n height of prospontv
iii Ibo South nover dreamed ot by Urara, Tin
BIIOWNLOWB, HUNNICIITS, and ali euell fanatics
rilli then uugro voles, will vanish Hito tho mint!
of morn before Ibo rising sun. Let this bo done
and tho nltoruato fut ty ocrus reserved will bi
VToi th five-fold moro than tho wholu is uow. Lu
this bo dono, and tho South win rino up uguln as i
ruuug powor lu tho land, aud confiscation mn
oxcoeaivc taxation will cumuli.
Is iiKFKnniNn lo (ho appointment of (?enera
CANUY, tho New York Journal of Commerce says
"Tho appointment of General CANUY appears t
bo judicious. Ho is an officer ol'distinction, brave
firm, mid said lo bu discreet mid pi intent. Dunn
tho early part of the war bu was stationed west (
tho Mississippi, and his operations were but lit tl
known boro. Our citizens lind mi opportunity t
hr como Acquainted with him iii 186-1, during tb
riot times, Whet! ho was placed in command i
this city, and wcro favorably impressed with bi
abilities, especially bis coolness mid judgmcn
From thin point ho was ordered to the Dupartmor
of tho Gulf, where, as far as wo know, lie gav
goncral satisfaction lo all partios and all peuple
by lu i steady, strong, just administration of a
faim, ltcconlly he bau been on duly nt Washini
ton, mid is a thorough-going Union man. \\
trust that General CANUT will vindicate Iii
wisdom of thu President's choice, in thu oyi
of tho world, by his strict conformity to tl
new and vvoll-phrnscd order :-thal bo sha
when necessary to a faithful execution of tho law
oxcrciso any and ull powers conferred by nels
Congress upon district commanders, mid any ni
all authority pertaining to oflicers in command
military departments." In connection willi tho nu
Joot tho Washington Chronicle says : (lenci
CAKBY, who hnB just been appointed to tho cm
maud of tho Second Militsrv Dislriel, is /nhl
have remarked yesterday, in conversation willi
friend, that ho waa not a political partisan, b
that ho lind studied tho reconstruction ln<
thoroughly mid approved them, ?ind that ho co
pidi red their faithful execution essential to tl
welfare of tho nation. Ile thought it tho duty or tl
Southern people to .accept tho torilla offered the)
Bo is also said to hnvo expressed his appr?cia I i
of tho utility uf tho freedmen's bureau and his i
tenthill of giving ita agents all proper and ucci
nary aid in tho execution of their work.
IT IR A OOODTUI.NO, Fa.vs an English papor, tl
India sooms likely to bo chlo lo supply tho win
world with quinine, Tor nol only was tho A mei ic
supply uncertain, it waa actually threatened wi
oxtinction, owing to tho reckless wu)' in which I
Indians killed tho trees in thu process uf slrippii
planting, of course, no now ones. Mr. Mci Ye
who boa been ably seconding Mr. CutMSNT
MARKHAM'S efforts at chinchona planting, flt
that by removing only uno long strip of bark a
immediately covering tho wound with moss, 1
bark is renowed, provided tho cuuibium ho not
] tired. Tho now bark, moreover, is thicker a
richer in alkaloids than tho original one. Indci
Mr. UiiouauTos, tho iiowly-appointcd "qninolt
isl" at Ootacamund tells us that <
avorago yield of cultivated plants is nearly I
per cont, higher than (hat of thc Wild Americ
samploa-7 por cont., instead nf from 4.10 lo ii
por cont. Tho only drawback is thal tho ki
which grows most freely in India is tho red bm
tho quiniuo from which is usually mixed with
oousidorablo portion of chinchoniilino and ott
nlliod alkaloids, along with resin and cotori
mailor nut candy separable. Still, however, sir
wo slia.lt uso probably moro mid moro quini
svory year, it is bettor to baro thc mixturo tb
nano al al). Mr. IlnouoiiTos suggests that tin
"amorphoua alkaloid nubctanceu" may have v
tues of their own; but possibly, with moro porfi
processes, thoy may ho found separable Ai
uow, it ia hotter to Uko what India can givo un
lisponsary uso, than to proparo (ns they do
lomo dispensarios) their mistura quinto- nut
-oncentratod infusion of quassia and caltvml
.villi a dash of aromatio sulphuric acid.
THE FOLXOWINO LETTE u. hos boon published
tho gentleman to whom lt was addressed in i
Now Orleans Crescent. How to rid tho cu un Irv
tho ravagoa of that hitherto unconquered dostr
-ir. Hie w rm, is a matter of tho greatest cnn
incnco to tho wholo cotton legion of tho Sou
Cotton plantara who aro suffering from thc ra
gea of tho worm or caterpillar ought to nut
work immediately to givo tho oxperimont a tr
[t ia ?implo and oasy of accoss : " Asmvi
LANDING, July 22,1807.-Mr. Ii. M. IKAACSO>
9ir : Supposo you would liko to ho.ir somoth
further in regard lo tho crops and worms,
srop is growing finely, excopt a portion of it t
ls in tho grass. I bavo somo worms,
thoy oro HO few thoy bavo not injured my crop
Ihoy havo mostly puL up in chrysalis. Homo li
hatched out, and will go to reproducing it) a
days, whon, if not provontcd, they will injure
crop, but will notdontroy it until tho third gon
lion, which will bo three weeks from tho lorin
lion of tho second. I hopo to bo aldo to make
Worm chango his baso. Last nock I made a
experiments which convinced mo I omi drive tl
off. If I succeed, which I do liol doubt, I wi
abb lo aavo two-thirds of my crop. Tho ren
I usod waa unstacked ashes silted ovor tho pl
Tho womiB left in ono hour after tho npplic.il
My nophow tried it with tho saino result. I
hogin to make ashes lo-morrow, and intend lo
as much of my colton us possible. Ono limul
protect from one lo four acres pur day. Tho a
will havo lo bo applied ovory rain, and. it mn
oftener. M?sl of my noighbors will I ry thc oxj
ment. Wo aro sanguino ol success.
Tux TniuuNE thus closes an ar I mle on tho P
dent's H cont courso : Wo admonish tho poop
preparo for a stern and high reaponsibility.
nearly a hundred days until Congress moeia,
thon wo axe powerless. Wo eau only bow lo
dreadful tyranny. Tho President appealed t<
country in his last mcssigo. Wo join him in
appeal. Lot our friends organizo ovoryw!
Lot ns mnke tho canvass upon tho infamy of
JOHNSON'S Administration, and having dofi
him at tho ballot-box, wo can proparo, th rougi
representatives, lo cooaidur thu host course
taken to piiuiah bim for hil crimes ng
tho aovoroign will of tho American pc
The NOTT York 2'im? thus concludos nu
tiolo on tho samo subject. "Undor this aspe
tho question it ls not posslblo for Qon. U
long to remain pansivo. It ia had enough Hu
vlowa in regard lo tho exigencies of tho mil
eorvleo are disregarded, aa thoy aro by Ihn i
val or Gnu. 1U:<COCK from his p'rosont Hold,
can Oen. G rum- bo a parly to ordora at var
with bia own, and with tho law of which ho li
administrator? Can he aurrondor lils undi
authority to instruct the dialrlot cominan
and to revine, reverso or conform tholr at
Can ho even impliedly aanotion tho illegal pi
alona of tho Proaidont, or reapeot ordora i
contravone tho law? If not, it la' manifoal
Oan. ( 1 a ANT will gradual! j bo drawn into tho
fltct, tho further dovolopmont of which w
awaited with profound anxiety. At no [
. Ince the termination of tho war have affaira
an appearance so auggesUvo of difficulty
LA titi B?rr UIIUJULATION.- Tko 1)AII?Y
NBWS pmblithet th? Official List of Let?
ters remaining IN the Pwtojfie* at the aid
of each week, agreeably to the. fallowing
section ty* thc New Postnflcti Law, at tlie
w wsjxijpcr having thc largest circulation in
the City oj Charleston:
HKCTRWA AniHtoltlurHirrriiartoil.ni?! HstH nf lot?
ti rr. remilliii'i! uucillotl for lu any rc-Moflh-n In ?ny eily,
town or village., whom a non-pap-T ehall be printed,
..ball hrrenfU-r Im published nuco only lu Ibo iiews|uipcr
u ]nrh, being |iublislio<1 weekly or oftener. Hitnll liavo ibe.
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho Bald
02* .li/ ('ommmiicnfioii.t tntetutctt fur publication in
thia journal must be tnltlrcstctl to the Histor af the
Dail?i A'eir.t, A'o. 1H l/aynv-stmi, Ckartetton, 8, V.
tinniness t.'ummunicuttous !o Publisher of Daily
ItVcrMNol um/rrf<ifce lo return rricetcil communica ?
Adm tisement* OHtttdf ol'the eily must be accompa?
nied irith the easlt.
MONDAY MOB NINO, SEPTEMBER 3, 1807.
Jon Wornt.-Wo brtvc now completed our
ollie ? flo nu to execute, iu tho Biiortost possible
lime, ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK, ami wc
most rcspectriilly nslc tho patronage of our
ALMA RI AT BU.
Wu arc inileblcil to a frieml for a Cntnloguo
of thc University of South Carolina for 1807;
nnil ns Hie institution hus our liest wishes, wc
have thought thia a hitit.,; opportunity to maka
a few observations, both upon tba catalogue,
itml such matters ns uro suggested by il.
As we open this pamphlet, und thu long
columns of Trustees strike our eyes, wc arc
disposed to bc again polemical, and <o lnuucli
our i lum. kr ,,i tho polyciutlc sys tem of govern?
ment, which wns so injurious to tho intercala
of tlie College, nnd will in all probability ren?
der any distinguished success impossible for
Hie University. Resides thc learned witnesses
whom we have already produced against this
system, wc feel tempted to i|tiotc herc thc in?
vectives of thc grent Cur.rzr.it, against polycc
phnloui government. Rut tho issues lhat wc
raised on thfc? aubjoct aro not now fairly pre?
sented, and ' wc will contend ourselves by sim?
ply alluding to Hie confirmation of our views,
afforded by thc dilficulty of obtaining a quo
ruin nt thc Spring meeting of thc Hoard of
We hope we shall bc pardoned for sugges?
ting thal thc word " Catalogue " scarcely in?
dicates thc exact character of this pamphlet.
Thc list of students, ia in it a very subordinate
feature to Hie exposition which il contains of
the plan of tho University, and Ibo course of
study. In thc Herman Universities the word
NtUsHenptail is in usu for (his purpose ; nnd in
thc English Universities "Calendar" ia used.
Wu prefer thc Gurman word; bul even "Calen?
dar " is better lhah " Catalogue."
We notice n very iinportnnt nddition lo Iho
.?taff of teachers in Ibo appointment of Profcs
aor AuiiVjiTUa SAI'HTLKIIKN, lo tho School of
Modern Languages and Literature. All per?
runa competent to judge will bo disposed to
agree that no better man could havo been
chosen for this position Minn this distinguished
?eholnr ; and his selection gives us reason lo
hope lliat h eren ft rr it will be practically ac?
knowledged iu tho iiiunagcmcnl of tho Univer?
sity that learning mid ni iii i ly will he consid?
ered greater recommendations for otlico than
(110* happy circumstance of haviug been born
ill South ('anilina.
During the Inst session, there were three
resident grnduntcs, and HIS undergraduates.
The cause nf polite letters nppcars not to
have succumbed to thc ignorunl onslaught,
which has been made luton it, ns we notice
with pleasure that thc " School of Ancient
Languages nnd Literature, " was attended by
soventy-four stndcnt";hut we must add our
regrets that thc "science of sciences " obtained
hut twenty-two votaries.
ls it not a mistake to make the daily exami?
nations so importnnt a feature in the Univer?
sity system? This practice is purely Ameri?
can ; and wo are nut disposed lo admit that
tho pre-eminence of American scholarship is
so unquestionable as lo prove Iho superiority
of the process hy which it is produced. If wc
recollect aright, thc Herman student stands but
a singlo examination for his degree, and in the
English Universities, very little consequences
is attached to thaac dnily recitations. Tho
Professor meets thc Student for th? purposo of
communicating knowledge to him orally, which
is tho return that ho mases for the fees he has
Wo rcgrot to seo that thc bestowal of
honorary degrees has any place ut all in tho
There is ono department of culture, which
has not been assigned to any ona of tho
?chools of the University. All tho sciences
that aro taught, will avail our young men but
little, if -they fail lo acquire something that
is worth moro tbnn learning. Let them adopt
aa the pattern of their liven and characters
tho pure, noble, accomplished christian gen i Io?
nium, who presides ovor tais institution; and
they will have learned a lesson moro precious
than nil tho teachings of tho schools.
In conclusion wo append a list of the
HON. B. W. BABHWELL, LL. D., Chairman,
uri ni BY. AND aoiBNTina BOflOOLS.
HON. B. W. BARNWELL, LL. Tb, Professor of
History, Political Philosophy and Political
Wu. J. Brvens, A. M., Profoasor of Ancient Lau?
tungen and Literature.
A. BACUTLEDEX, Professor of Modern Languages
M. LABOBDE, M. D., Profoasor of Rhetorio, Criti?
cism, Elocution, anti English Languago and
REV. J. L. BEVNOLDB, D. D., Pofosaor of Mental
. i.i. Moral Philosophy, Sacred Literature and Evi?
dence- nf Christianity.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Professor of Mathematics,
mu? Civil and Military Engineering and Con
JOHN LECONTK, M. D., Professor of Natural and
Mechanical Philosophy, and Astronomy.
JOHKTII LF.CONTE, M. D., Profoasor of ChomiBtry,
Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Ooology.
A. C. HASKELL, Profoasor.
Jons T. DAnnv, M. D., Profoasor of tho Princi?
ples and Practico of Medicino, and Obstetrics.
JOSEPH LECONTE, tl. H., Professor of Chomititry
M. LABOBOE, M. D., Professor of Physiology and
JOHN LECONTE, M. D., Professor of Materia
Medica, and Medical Jurisprudence.
EDWAU? D. Hill m, M. D., Demonstrator of
Rsv. C. BRDOE WALSER, A. B., Librarian, Treas?
urer and Secretary of tho Faculty.
W. H. OUCH MID, Bursar and Marshal.
SANITARY STATT* TH S OF SOUTH CA KO
Through thc kindness of tho Medical I) ir ce?
lui' of the Freedmen's Burcntt for South Caro?
lina, Itrcvel Colonel and Surgoon M. K. If on AN,
we have been permitted to examine tho Sani?
tary iteporls of Refugees nnd Freedmen, who
have been receiving medical treatment from the
officers of tho lliircau. Wo procured these
si al isl i cs in order to examine, from the most
reliable data within our reach, into tho general
condition of health prevailing throughout the
Slato, as well nu in this city. Wo did tins hp
cause there had been within tho pasl few weeks
what wo believed to bo exaggerated rumora re?
garding the ntnount of sickness and mortality
in tho State. As wo have before staled, "re?
fugees" here menus indigent whiten. These
reports include the Health Department of tho
City of Charleston. Tho following posts aro
represented: Charleston, Beaufort, Port Royal
Island, James' Island, Wadmalaw, Georgetown,
Hamburg, Ht. James' Santoo, Edisto Island,
Mount Pleasant, Summerville, Columbia, H op
kins' Turnout, Hilton Head, 8t. Paul'? Parish,
J.ogaroville, St. Th.mas' Pariah, Monk's Cor
ncr, uni] Darlington. Sonn; of Un Vt* posl*
hnvolntrly been diecahllniiri?. Thc ri-vini!? of
(lio "Hefbgeea," wo believe, tire principally
connucil lo tho while poor of Ibis eily. Illili Ibo
frecilincn, for Hie must pari; uro of Charleston
ami Hm sea ?BIIIIHIH.
. The reparla before na would be of gr??t in?
tercut anti scientific raina if Ibero were any
possibility of determining wliut proportion tho
number of sick herc rcportcil benrs to tho
whole populnlion, from muong whom theiusick
are laken. lint Ibis, from Ibo nature ?f Ibo
case, it ia impossible to ascertain. Tlic num?
bera purporting lo give thia iiiformalion, thcro
foro, aro necessarily only of proximal u accura?
cy. Wo hu'vo thought, however, Ibat n com?
parison of llic sanitary coiuliliun of tho pvesent
Slimmer, with Mint of Inst year, nml of Mic while
with tho colorcil populnlion, may nul bc with?
out interest lo Ibu profession, or even lo Ibo
Tho consolidated reporta of tho Hcverul posts
in South C'aroliun, under Ibo chargo of thc
Freedmen's Bureau (including tho poor whilo
and blncV of Charleston), present us with tho
fellowing statistics :
Total unilor chargo of Bu
Total mimbor trcstod dur?
ing tho month.
Died during tho month...
Small Poa and Variulold..
Doutha from aarno........
Dealha from samo........
Deaths from samo.
Deaths from same.
Deaths from samo.
To lal number
Small Pox and
Vs ri ole kl.
Do* tba from
Malarial F o
Upon nn oxauiinatiou of tho foregoing tubles
it will bo seen thnt tho amount of sickness this
year has been greater, both among black and
white, in May, June nnd July, than during thc
corresponding months of Inst year; and this
difference, we have every renson to believe, is
due lo Ibo greater preponderance this year of
thc different forma of malarial fever.
Small pox, it ?B known, ivm epidemic herc
during Hie winter months of 18?5-'Ct>, und the
period embraced in thc ulm ve reporta brings us
lo ihc close of tho epidemic cycle. The dis?
enso was very fetal, but during thc sum?
mer months, ns usual, ita virulence abated, and
wc hence find I hat but fen whites died from il.
Thc number of deaths among tho freedmen was
greater-11 per cent, in May; (I per cent, in
June, and nbout 4 in July; while muong thc
whiles, during Ibo three months, thc deaths
form only St per cent, of thc cases. There is
now not a single case of emull pox in thc State
of South Carolina that we know of, nor has
there been for months.
Typhoid fever did liol prevail lo any niano
ing degrco cit her Inst year or this. We have
only Iii ciiscs reported among whiles, two of
which, or l-l per cent., died. Among thc
freedmen, we nolo 17H caeca last year, willi l-l
deaths, mid only IO cases, willi ll deal hs, Ibis !
year. Thu per ccnlnge of mortality last year
from this disease WM about 8 per raitt., and
this year 27 per cent, of thc cases resulted
fatally, a very large mortality, If the statistics
may bc relied upon.
Tho number of cases of thc different forms of I
malarial fevers reported are net greatly in ex?
cess this year ovor last. It is true tho aggre?
gate of cases is niucb largor, bul it should be
observed thal, both nmoug white and blnck, tho
number of those onjoying tho benefit of rucdi
cnl care from the Ilurcau is larger this year
than it was last. Thc per ccnlnge of malarious
diseases Ibis year nnd last, calcul?t ed from tho
whole number of casca treated, is as follows:
We lind herc, willi all the uncertainly nnd
accidenta lo which statistics nre subject, a
striking coincidence, in tho similarity of the
proportion Ibcso malarious diseases bold to the
entiro number of diseases reported, in the two
years pndcr consideration.
Consumption and aorofula, wo believe, are
not common diseases in thia climate. During
thc throe months under consideration, ia 18CG
and 18G7, wo bavo Wi canes of consumption re?
ported among whites, with 7 deaths, or 1.1 per
coat. Among tho freedmen, during the same
period, wo havo 180 caaos and 41 doathB, or 21
per cent. Tho per cenlago of cases of con?
sumption among whites, calculated on thc num?
ber of persons under tho charge of the Ilurcau,
was .014, or noarly one and a half per cent.,
nnd among the freedmen .002, only one-fifth of I
one per cent., a very small fraction. Of scrofu?
la only lb cases ore roportcd among whites,
and 287 among the freedmen.
On thc whole, aa far na wo arc able to judge
from these report H, wo should say that tho sani?
tary condition of South Carolina is good
much belter than la supposed by those who
bavo not examined the subject.
Perhaps, in conolusion, it may bo well to
ululo Hint thorn lins not boon this year a singlo
case reported of any epidemic disease within
tho limita of (bia Slate. There hos boen no
small pox, not a ningle case of yellow fever,
cholera, or even breakbone fever, reported Ibis
year; and considering the latoness of the sea?
son, we think our people may onjoy a reason?
able hope of immunity from epidemic during
tho remainder of tho yoar.
TO naooLATB Tua rioaaoa or rs-rnoLxoM, IT* FIO*
intom, AMD OTU KU ra ru tru a li ur, tilts.
Bao. I, Beit ordained by He Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council attenbUd, That from and after tbs lath day
of Juno neil, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum.
Kuri wno, Hock OH, neuritis. Demits, or any oliver In
Oamioablo oil or olia on atorsgo or for aals in any cellar,
store or building south of Une aireet. In a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any ono lot or premises, and
any sneh quantity so kept or stored shall be cern tain esl lu
visar?a of Un or other molal.
baa X That Petroleum, ita products, or any other la
flammable oil or oils, when brought Into tho city by li ml
or water, may be kopt on any lot or lu any building In
which cotton la not stored, for a period not mooed lng
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration Of which limn ll
a hall be removed and kept In tko manner as required by
the foregoing section.
Hue 9. Any person or persona violating any part ni
thia Ordluanco shall be subject to a floe of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable In any Court of com.
; silent Jurisdiction.
I tau fi wi In City Connell ?bia twoDty-Arst day of May, In
Um year of our Lord OD? thousand eight bund/ad and
[l-s.i p. C. OAILI.ARD, Mayor.
W. H. Burra. Cl mk of Connell._Jun? 6
M A VOUA LT Y OP OH AHI.KSTON, 1
- Om Wai November 9.1B84. J
ALL PERSONS DEH1ROOH OP HEDUILDIHO IN T UK
Burnt Districts and Waste riscos of Ilia ci ly, un.
der "An Act of the Oeneral Assembly, giving author! I j
lo tho City Conn efl of Charleston to proceed lu the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a vic-* to aid lu building np thu
div anew," are hereby notified that the rorm of appli?
cation for loans can be obtained at the otiles sf tho clark
of Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P.M.
All applications must bs?* *d In the above mentioned
office, ss tho Committee wilt moet avery Monday to cos.
alder the same.
By order of the Mayor W. B. SMITH,
N ort ulnar 10_(Tiers of fkrorv.lt.
OFFICE CI,KHK OP COUNCIL.- THE FOLLO WINO
clause of HecUoa 1 of an "Ordinance to luise Sup?
plies for the year 1607," ls published for the information
of persons selllna Goods by aampls or otherwise, ?ho are
not residents or this city. AB such persona are hereby
notified to report st this HIPS*
.Three dollars oo ?very hundred dollars of all goods
sold In Ibis etty t- 'scjia not residents, by sample <
rdhexwise," W. H. hldiTIi,
March ? Clark of Council
VVOUVd l,AI)?, U'(l<> HAM HAU .MIMIC
years' experience la T stiling, ami tvbo eau lur
nish MUslaclor) letters of i.mmoiid-HInu, drslrus to
.Maia employment In nBm?>l or 1'rlvito FamilT In
eilbor the city or country. All-in-? M. P. J.. Roy Bom
No. 61 Charleston 1'. U. town* September 1
COOK ANUt.VAMIF.it IV ?.VIi!U.-A Willi E
WOMAN, ?ho ?ill give v.uisfa -lion, ca? got n per- I
inniient alliisllrii by iipphlu;: nt :ii>. Ul MEETING
STREET. :l Septeinber 2
AT VH"K WAM'Kll.-WAXTKIl A CWHPaaU
SM TENT WHITE WO ?IAN to lake earn or Children.
Nono nerd apr.lv without Ihc.l-eat nf refere nein. Inquire
al THIS OFFICE. 3 Seph tuber 3
AIIKNPKC'I'AIII.E WIIITN WOMAN
wishes a sltuntlon Ina small family as t-nuk nnd
washer, nrtoilo liouso work. Apply at No. 31 io: tr. i
FAIN UTI I KEP. _ Huptomber 3 '
WAISTED UV A WU ITT. WOMAN. A SITU.
ATI ON U> do houHetvurk, or mind children. Ap?
ply at No. 35 CHARLOTTE STREET.
Hodtouihur3 _ I?
WANTRO, A MAIAI.I. HOUSE ?lt A SUITE
OF Fi vi: lt OOM*. In tho ceutral or lowor pnrl ol
thoClly, Applytat lids Ofltr?._AugusKII
SITUATION lVANTkin.-WA.lTF.U, UV A
married nun, of steady habits, a situation In any
mspectablo bnalnoss. Will mskn himself useful In al?
mo.a any esparily. Address "O. I'.." at this uulco.
rilO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE III--.HI
JL DENCE known as No. 133 King street, containing
(Ivo squaro rooms, doublo plans, sud all necessary out?
buildings; largo clsleru attached. To a good tenant tho
rent will bo moderato. Apply ot FUllCUGOIT k DUOS'.
DRY OOODa BTU li E._wfm3_August 2jl_
tl RUNT, THAT DESI RAULE II E fl I -
DENCE. No. ll KINO BTItERT', with aU tho ns? -?.
sary outbuildings, elstern, kc. Inquire at No. V, HOPTII
BIDE OF TI1K AUOVE._wiro_Juno ?
mO il If. NT, THE COMMODIOUS AND
X plcssanlly ml usted two and a half atory URIOK
DWELLING No. C3 Uaacl turret, north alda, near East
Hay. Possession given on 1st Beplamber. Apply at
THIS OFFICE August 31
I7UIK SALE, AT THU CHAItLKSTON HO?
' TEL bullina, a One SADDLE UORHE and a null?
or, but UlUo used, and lu good repair,
37IOR SALK_A GOOD MILCH COW AND
' CALF, toa-. Inquire ut No. 70 CANNON h lil KPT.
botweeu President and Ashley sirc?te.
F- OH SALB.-A No. 1 MILCH COW WITH
a young calf. Impure at No. lol Ht. Pilli,II'
STU El rr. but-., imu Cannon and Spring a treats, nn tho
west sido. * Boptombor 3
for HOARDING a small family are Ioho obtained
al extromely reasonable terms In tho aonlhwcslorn part
of tho city. For further directions apply at THIS OF?
FICE _1_September 3
GOOD BOARD CAN IIB OBTAINED IN
a Private Family. Apply at No. 28 MEETING
HT It ELT, near tito nattery, tuwf September 2
BOAltDlNU.-TIHIEIC I'LKASANT ROOMS
with good HOARD can bo had on immediate appli?
cation lo No. CH CHURCH STREET, west aldo, near
Tradd airest Tenua reasouablo. Juno 13
IrtXCKLLENT BOARD, AT VERY LOW
li rates, in Hie most central business i>art of tho city,
without lodging, lu a private bouse, can uow bo had.
Fur particulars address "X. L," Post?nico. May IB
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP,
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between tho undersigned ls this dey dissolved by
mutual consent. M. ROSENTHAL.
September 2, 180,7, L. ALEXANDER.
WILL CONTINUE TO C."RRY ON TnE BUSINESS
al tho old eland No. 211 KING STREET.
fTlHE FIRM OF OOURDTN, MATTHIK3SEN A CO.. IN
JL Charleston and Savannah, having expired by limita?
tion upon tho dcathl of the late F. c. MATTHIESSEN,
tba UDdotalgncd will continuo Ibo tinniness In Chsrlos
t II under Um former namo of GOURDIN. MATTHIES?
SEN A CO,, and ID Savannah of ll. & IL N, GOURDIN
A CO. H. OOURDIN.
lt. N. GOURDIN.
L. O. TODNO.
Charleston, September Isl, 18C7. September 2
THU FIRM OF LOWNDES, MIK ELL k CO. IS THIS
day dissolved br mutual cousent. Either Mr.
LOWNDES or Mr. M IK KI.I. ! i author!/., i to sollie tbs
affairs or the timi. EDWARD LOWNDES.
T. WAIUNG MIK ELL
E. Ml KELL CARROLL.
September lat. 1BA7. 1' Hep lernt er J
flTHB UNDERSIGNED UAVINO UH MOVED HU TIN
JL SHEETING AND PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT
from Church street to No. un MEETING STREET,
(ussr Wentworth), ho would respectfully request a con
Unuanco of past favors. T. CAMPBELL.
September 3 mwrS
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
OFFICE HAVANNAH ARD CHARLESTON R, H..
MILL STE EUT DEPOT, COaBLESTOH, Sopt'r 2, 1807.,
ON AND AFTER TO-MOUROW, THE 3D INST.,
the Uso of thia Rosd ?lil be extended from Sal ti a
hatchlo Biatlon to the Junction of the Port Royal Rail?
road, one-half mlle weat of Yemaaaen Station,
Pass.ulgera and Freight will be received and delivered
at all the regular suttons on the Ho*/. Including Baltka
hatcblo ana Temaasce.
Consignees are eai>ocl?lly requested to receive their
Freight on arrival of tho Train, and save the cxpeuse of
Faro from Cbxcleotoo to Yoniasaco or the JuncUon,
11.60. JOHN 8. RYAN,
Beplamber 3 ? general ?nporintendeut.
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND KEW ORLEANS
Chatanooga and Grand Junction,
THROUGH IN FORTYJI1IIB HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At "ult. A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close eonnocHona at ali points
Arri Tin? al New Orleans at 8 P.M. and 11:10 A.M.
arf-Pj?ire?<Tf hy tra Ina of tho o eu rn ta Railroad maa?
duse eonnactlons with this route at Atlanta.
NO STEAM DO ATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT'
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. PARS AS LOW AS
BY ANY OTHER RODTS.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED
Can be obtained at General Tioket Office, Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia Railroad. Augusta, (la. ; Knuth Carolina Railroad.
Charte-iUm, H. C.; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
8. O. JOHN n. PEOK, Vaster Transportation,
July 13 anio Westarn aad Atlantic Railroad.
WILLIAM U. GILLILAND & SON,
Real Estate Agonts, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 23 II AYN Ii STREBT.
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILT, AI TEND TO TUE PURCHASE, RAL2 AND
Him MEST Ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, lt I CB, LU M ll El t AND NAVAL STORM.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. H. C.
H. WILLIS.A. B. OHISOLH
rriHE SHLPPINO AND COM MIMI ON BOBIN-SS
JL will for Uto present be carried eu as usual by tba
undersigned at No. IO Eui Bay, over th. storr, fnrm.rly
ocouplcd by CRAIG, TUOHEY A CO.
Allpeiaons having Individual claims mutt present the
s ime. and dose lullabied individually still ma^o par
."?"?^ JOHN TUOHEY.
Nos. 00 and 08 East Houston street,
New Yorlc City.
ALL THIS FURNITURE, CONSISTING OP PARLOR,
CHAMDKR, DINING ROOM AND IJBRARY
bUlTS, la of the latest styles, and manufacturad of the
rory beat material, under the personal supervision of Uta
Parti na lu the rjoulh desiring Int Household Furniture
san be supplied direct from the manuffcotoryi or those
tbout vial li rig Nsw York will find lt an their sdvsnxage to
Mamine thia Stock before purchasing elsewhere, AU
>oods warranted._wftn Bm oe_Joly II
rj^?LL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY rXRROe
|t mais or female, can master tho great art of Va
liloquiao by a few hours' practice, making a world y
'un. and alter becoming expert* themselves, can lo?
libera, thereby makins lt a source of Income. Pull J
itructions sent by mall for f0 oenl a. BaliaBaetkm ac
Address P. O. Draw? 91, Troy, a.. Y
SOI.O.HOVH MMMIK M?. 1, A.". I'*.*. NI*I
rriHK MONTHLY COSI SI I : N IC ATION WIM, UK
X holden III Mai" 'iii,- I fall. Mid h'rrnimi, tin- M In?!..
?1 Ho'tlmk. Druthers aud rm ll.laten rm- digrci s will
to strictly punctual. Hy untar ul WV. H.*.
II. ll. WKllNT.lt.
SoptomlirrS 1* Socntury.
I'AI.MF.rru STEAM I I ni: KNUlSiK ?'(I.
-f)UNOTi:AI,LY ATI END'I UK Itr.til'I.AIt MONTH I.V
1 MKKTINU nf tim l^miMny, at tin- Hall, nit Ure
MU'/. Hin 3d lind., nt H o', lin k |ir<-< Ixi'ty.
HenlRiiil'.v'i 1 W. II. AHSIHTIHIS'll. Kt-rruUry.
I. ADI I s .111 THAI. A 111 ASSIK IATIIIV.
AQUARTERLY Si I'ETI Ni I OF rms AMWk'I?tlO?
will bo In-Ill Tuesday M nui.. r. n'clm-k I'. M. at
tlio Depository. CH A I.MP.'tSHTKKKT. Ttw III. HIII.TK
ul tliu A.tfoclatlon, ami all wlm may h.. lutcrciiti-d In the
causo, are respectfully Invited to ?lien.I.
Hy order of tho Hoard.
REVEREND! MYERS, I). 1?.,
CUJUS UAUDKT l'RINCKI'S Kiiglui?
certiorcm liuuiili|iU'ini|lli' lacere lierai
orencenle in diem iiluiiitiuritin numero, rei
postulan*)* ut sedes miiliircnlur; itaipie in up
portiinuu. quoddam aedilieiuin a soplciiriiuii
J aus in occidentam solem epcelnns uhi inter nc
I Jiinguuttir r?an Hull ct (,'oiuilig nene OOUlllHaae,
Proplcroa quod ailii in nnitno liaiieat ila
I pueros instituera ul pcrfacilo rel collcgii rel
tuercaturae curriculum ingrcdianlur, cr ordinc
alqua ad unguom pucriilon ?rti?a principia
exerceri eural. Nequo Inliuuin sermon em
[ graeiuinve IICKICXII.
Noe minus recle acicnliam aumeranili, rel
..ni ex ordino gesta mcrcalorin liliru itiacri
liantur, cdocere mos esl adolc'centulos. Mu?
tatis iiorinsimo robus gymnnnii, ne quid tlainili
eapiant alumui, nociuui sibi adjunxil princeps
JOANN!'.M GANNON owuluo liuml Imperittiiti
artis docendi adolcsceutctn atquu proptur in
genium eclebrcni. Qui, cum disciplina pran
atantia in Uallifi collegii exiiui? fanni usus eral,
j doindc galliouui sermonetn nilpie lilt urti luti?
nes optime in gytnnaiio quodam cjusdein ro
Karo igitur erenit ut tam npporlunimi unique
praebcat seso gallicun scrmo.
Praeest puerulis HOS A DI Ulli.K, dum cum1
tia interest ludis ipse princeps qui aluuiiiii
i omni ro consulere aolct.
Ki anglico sermone el gallina partier alqtto
I latino, graeco, hebraico, hispano ct germano
j constat od i rum du ru in curriculum.
EDUCATIONAL, EST A II I.I s II IM I . > 1 O
REV. DH. MYERS.
rrviiR rxmtcisKs OF THE ABOVE MAMET) INSTI
J_ TUTE will bu nannied (I). V.) ou WEDNESDAY,
Octobor 3d, at tho Acadouiy, coraar nf Comiug anil Hull
abrrot*. Terni? moderato, sud connu nf instruction
auch aa will Impart n i mini aud completo oilucation.
Saptombor ll tn?
THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAVE CAUSED
tho C'lmralaalonern of tho Htato Normal and ll ich
School to Uli Ibo building ia a Froo School. Tim Statu
Normal and High School, aa now organised, wi 1 ti IT if. m
be tracaforrod, under th? tillo of thu YOUNO LADIK.V
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, to tim commodious building
on tho north ?Ido of Ucorg. street. Nu. 38, ons duor weal
? of KlDg street
Tuition lu tho Preparatory Dopartnirnt, tl'J.SO por
half sealion, or tao por annum ? lu Ibo Coi len lal o Dopnrl
m.ot, tie per lislf saaaton, or tWI per ann un. Fmich,
Drawing, nod Vocal Music, aro Included In thu regular
coarse. Lalla, Orosk, Uornian. Italian, S|iaulsli,
strumcntal Muslo and PaluUng, are oxtra, at moderate
A limits] number of Bomlor< will ho received at tho
Io.tltuto. Hoard, t30 por mouth, or tiwo per annum.
Including Will lug, Lights, Fuel. otc. Parlor Itnardere
received st tho shore prices. All payments strictly lu
Hoard of Instruction as follows : HOT. HENRY
MOOD, A. M., Principal; Kev. HEN HY A. 1IASS. A. M..
Profoiaor of Mathematica sud Ancient Lauguagivi; fro
fr ?nor LEWIS R. Ul HUS. A. SI., M. D.. lu nur er nu
Chemistry sod Natural Philosophy; Preten?nr y.
HOLMES, Lecturer on Ocology and Natural iii
tory;-. Fr?lich, Tr niemur WM. MASTER.
MAN. Ioitructor in Vocsl Mude; Misa MARY C. WOOD,
lostruotross lu Drawiuu sud tainting; Mian LAURA
M. HILL, iDitruotrcss lu KiigUah tirane he?.
ENGLISH AM) KRKM lt IIOAHDINO AM)
DAY 8CHOOL FOR YOUNO LADIES.
MRS. DRISOANE WILL. ON TnE 16TH OF SEP
TEMHER, reiumo tbs oxcrrlsi s of her SCHOOL
for both OIRLS AND BOYS, st No. 31 Legsrs nt o rt
Twolro Young Lsdtos will bc received as a Dellen Lettres
Class ou tbs Ont of Octobor. For lenna apply st HEH
OF MIPS MARY E. ORAY'h SCHOOL, No. 3d SO?
CIETY STREET, will bo resumed un MOND.vY.
tho 3d September. thama Auguat 39
A FINE LUNCH
Served Everv D a y?
rmei ll TU 1? l-'i O'CLOCK:.
PROPRIETOR CF TUE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Dr lea ic.
W. F. CORKHRY.Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
I Tolcgraph and Hail road Offices in Rotunda or Hotel.
Jun? IT Cito
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. Ul. !i3,145 AN? UT
Broadway, N. Y.. opposlto Dowling Oreen- Un !ho
European Plan.-THE STEVENS UOOSE ls well and
widely known to the travelling public. Tho location Is es?
pecially suitable lo marchants and bualDCSB mou; lt ls In
close proximity to Ibe builncn part of tb? city-is on
tho highway of Southern and Western trovol-aud adja?
cent lo all tho principal Railroad sad Steamboat depots.
Tho STEVKN8 HOUSE has liberal accommodailnu for
over SOO guests-lt ls weU furnished, and possesses every
modern Improvement for tho comfort and cntertaiumcut
of Its Imnat?, -nui rooms are spacious sud well venti?
lated-provided with gsa and water-tho attendance ia
prompt and respectful-and the table ls generously pro?
vided with every delicacy of tho aoasou at moderate rates.
Tba rooms hartog been refurnished sud remodeled, we
are ensV'tdto offer extra fsd ll ties for tho ooinfort and
pleaiurt, ..f our guasos. UKO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May 3D Hmo Proprietors.
MINIMI! ORPHAN'S HUM.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers,
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
TICKETS OMA OMS DOLLAR,
TO UH DRAWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
IKITKMllItn 4th, 1C07,
tlO will pu reins a a rackage of len Ttckots, Hal lo
to draw ?50,00o.
All Pli les paid without discount.
Official Driwlng? loot each purchaser.
AU Prises Cialisd st this OflJco.
tff CorrM|>ondenls may rely on prompt attention to
orders hy simply eurlnaln;t mutiny with full address.
tfkT All orders for Tickets, Bebemos, and Information
lo be ad dr?? od to JAMES KERR,
Lock Box No. SSI, Charleston, S. C.
OOo?: Nh 30 HBOAD STKEET. Imo August ll
CORNERBRUADWAY AND17TII KTRKET,
THE UNDERHKINBD WILL RR PLEASED TO REE
hil Southern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA SK?
UA nfl, of all the leading brands, wllb a general sisort
mailt of 8mokera' Articles always on hand,
'une a D. OITOLENOUI, AgonL
Poa Rexaorlna; ?aperliaoiu Ilsttr.
XVO TUB LADIES ESPECIALLY, TUTS IN VALU AHL?.
I depilatory recommaaiils Itself is bot rig an almost in
larpenalbla article to fem?is branty, ls easily applied,
loee ?et burn or Injure tho skin, bat sela directly on the
xx) ts. Il ls warrante*! to romo ve supcrfiucus hair from
ow f ??heads, or from any pari of the body, completely,
otaUyand radically exUrpatlog tho same, leaving thu
ikln soft, smooth and natural This ls tho only artlcln
ised by the French, and ls the only real effectuai depila
/>ry in existence. Prto? T5?r?e per package/ post
?aid to any address, on receipt of au order, by
BBBOEB, BHUTTS k CO., Casuists,
March M Ijf No, SSS lurer st, Tro,, H. Y.
GROCERY AND M.nCrlUiH?.?5j??-.
PK HIE IVKNTKUN CLEAN
nimu-.i) Kinks, siiui'i<i>Kit?. ???.
r>rr illlM. PKIMK ?I:;IT.IIS CLEAR Klimi'.D
ju I1I11I?. Prime Wndcnt Hlmuliirni
in Ire. Ilatutnl K. <V Xtrl|M
?I I.I.I?. N. V. Kii ur . iin .1 sin|?
in lilli?. Wnw Vi** K. I'. I'u: HlHNihli ri
lil ton. Hogged N. V. Kiigar-mriHl HntiiK
Vii lilli?. Miitlli.'KK.v Sun-? i-i.l. r Vim-'in
latmliiig nuil lor rain liv
I.AIIIIKV A ALEXANDER.
Si ).li nilli r ..? iinvj
M O li A SS KS ! MOLASSES!
ii \ IIIIIIS VI'JtVhlllM'.KIOII M I'Si'I IVA I li I Mill.AS
4"\ f SF-s. .., -ni lu Vntiii l:i< i-.
.At Illili?. Karrol ...ilia Motown*.
1'ur Kuln by
.1. A. F.NSI.OW A I! ki Imp-irli-n--.
Nu. Ill Kn?l ll?\
S'|iti'llll?T t! i
<<M.N ! COHN !
.>rtirl/k liuslll-l.s I'lilMli NUKI ll I'AIIOI.INA
.w')V M I winn; I'IIIIN. lamliiir. |~ r n i.m i Wi.In
IVnrlil. nml fur'Uk- li? SCIII.VI'N * NI ?lt Kl',
?cptiilnbnr '1 AIT.Ullin.i.l.lll-Mi Whart.
?KM ENT AM) I'LA STEH.
O? WI W?RIUSIJI CEMENT
?t\t\3 li? barril* fab lin il Plasinr.
Lauding Irmn pi-lnmm-r H. ll. W inn i.
TO A Ititi VI-', l'un Hitit: SI SA\ K.
Vt ll lit 11 IH,
.Mn HAHUELS CEMENT.
Fur Hill'hy OLNEY A- cu..
Nim. V. Il nilli l l Vl'IMllMl lt?ll|:<-.
Si'iiti-mlier 'I -j
Kf\ DARRELS PRIME IlASiniDN Idil' LAND
r)\f I NI I lliis ills' per Ht uni.- lipton. I'm yali- ii: lui?
lu mil "iiri'liasi re. Ap]i|yii>
ISAAC h. HERTZ A ct).,
Nu.'Jill I-_i-i liny, ?'?mir Cumin rliuul street.
NORTH CAROLINA, OEOKOIA
AM) TIC WK S S Kl-'. I-'I.IM lt.
I AM NOW I'KKI'AKKOTOI-li.l.OltltKltSKITIII'lt
1 fur export ur Ilium* cinisiiiiipiluii, ul liinrkill rate1-,
willi Ulf REST III?ANIIS (IF I'LullR. put np in barrels,
halt mu? iiinrti-r lum?, ?lin rt fruin itu- Mill?, WIIIUIM?
rniM,-I IIIIAN ANli SH? 111 I'S. .1. N. HllHMIN.
Nu?. I nuil 2 Allaiilir Wharf.
August 2 niuf lum
?K ~t WILLIAMS & 10.
W HOL KS ALK M KUCHA NTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFKlt lou SALK LOW, Kalil t'AKII ?
')lMl/l HKAJliiKBH SACKS LIVERPOOL SU.T
-HM ) \ 1 MW coll? Hemp anil Manilla Rope
?M laden ilmiiiy ami Diiinl.-c Hagging
HNII) In u'" Null?, a - -i II I. il n/a s
tllKl lil.I- Cullen Sugar. A. ll ami I!
900 bag? Hin CulTi-e
IOU lilli- Mulan. -, Billi Syn i).
: UKI linn? Adamantine Canilles
'.'im keg? Hazard's I'iiwili r ,
!?'? bags shot
?J. - -n Hi?, i . ..I
Copperas, Ullin Sliini-, Madder. Imbun. Spiers. Ac.
.Inly in _ _ wrnntmoM
LEA & PERRINS'
piiiivm \< i:n ,_, EXTRACT
TO ar. ?ni osi.T
AH xi Arrucaiii.E
of a letter troll] ii
MEDICA I. OF.N'I LEMAN
At Madras, III lila
"Tell MU k PER
&35j?- ltl.Ns thal llicir SAIICIS
n. i is highly ishi nie.l lu iII
? o'a. aiuli?iin my opintuu,
..[."?fi?.*'"-' 'he most palatable, aa
EVERY >ARIhT\ h??..;Vl well as Hie munt whole
Vxr? cr^r.' -mille SAUCE that la
OK DISH. ^V^^na.le."
Tho BUCCOSB of Uria most delicious and nnrivalle, cou
ilinn i.i having cunnii ninny unprincipled lief lera to
apply Uiu nenin to Mfmrnius (V,m/snini/i, thu Pon?an la
TtM?mifuiiy ami aaraoffv rm] neat ml lu rm that tim nuino
of LEA A: PxaaiMS aru upon the WltAlTKIt, I.AUEL,
BTOPrUU ami U01TI.H.
Ci E A it PERKINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK, .
AOF.XTrt l ?)ll THU HNITKl) STATICS.
Octoher 1!) iimvlyr
GRAND TRIUMPH !
Pltl/.E MEDALS AWAUDF.l)
DURTEA'8 STARCH & MAIZENA,
For their inconlentablo cicollenec, nt
l'A ms EXPOSITION. Wai.
UIIEAT INTEUNATIONAL EXPOSITION, LOKDOM,
OIIEAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. HAM HUH?),
O It RAT INTE11NATIONAI. EXPOSITION, COI.IX1NK,
At AO AT
STATEH, AOIUCUt.TUUMi. AMEItK'AN INSTITUTE,
AND MARYLAND ISS I 11 UTE STATE FAIRS.
Bm- Thoio Oooda aru pn-uiiliielilly lin In-nt In tho
For sale hy all Qroenra.
WM. DURYEA, Uenunil Agtmt,
No. MS FULTON HTREirf.
Aiurust 15 _tlwniltiio
~ JOl?N_M?clnt?<^ & co.,
NOS. 178 AND 180 PEAIIUST.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEAI.F.HS IN
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY HA(IOINl),
tllfNNV UAOS AND I ll' I ll.A I' SUITAULE FOR WHEAT
AND COHN s M 'K IM I ; alsir, a largo au?! cuiii|ileto sltx'k
af UAIX ROPIl, embracing wea tani iiiacliliic-niado
llomp, Manilla, Flax and Jule. Dating Twines, etc., all nf
ivhlch they offer at lair prices.
July Ti_tl mo
THOMAS R AGNEW,
IUl-OnTEB AMI TIEALEn IN
Fine Urocrrlca, t'liolre Tens, Kfc. Hlo,
IOS. 2fi0 and 262 GREENWICH-.-T,, OOH. OF MTIRRAT
HOPE FOR THE DESPONDIM INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
PULMONIC PiLIXIR SPECIFIC.
ANT WHOSE DECLINING nEALTH. WHICH
AJL waa precarious, and their recovery despaired of,
0 now with grateful cmanatlona lo tho AIMVIHO'UIH
oner, offer heartfelt thanka fur this tim ely renie. I y. Unr?
ig the abort Uuin aluce its public iutrodiicUou Into nw,
tie Originator has mont happily realized her most KOII
umn expoctaUona In mauifcstatlnu? Isanliig from all
uartcn of Ila ucparalelle?! rnrntlvo properties, for In no
lao where it baa boon adinlnlatcroo with roganl to ?li?
je liana, and persevered lu, has ll failed tn Us beneficial
in roaortlng to Uils romrdy, tho bunil l can ilepemi
pen tho safety of every anb in In Its proparallon, and
lille lt a reel oralea tho healthful n actions nt en rb organ
nd vosatl, the mimi can bo perlivlly freo fr?ivi apprtv
onaloc nf .ny aub Ho Ingredient being Insinuated Into lt?
llio appetite, which Improve? under Its arliniiil?tratlon,
1 at liberty to Indulge prudently In whatever nutriment
i palatable, digestivo and wholesome, and while lt ls no
i oro than proper to avoid exposure lo fresh cold, no fear
ced ho entertained of any liability under Ibis course nf
-eabnent to Inducn lt. Il ls a pleasant AROMATIC
ORDIAL, quito agreeable to tba taute, and as a lung re
Ivtfyer and balaam of health, ll la dlallngiilahlnR Itsclfaa
Uti nut precedent, and we trust will, cm lonir, claim for
?:!f giccrxl tcclsmtllon fer Its unrivalled eftlracy.
For aalo by tho Propnetreaa, Mrs. UK01M* rtODItl
UE'fl, northwest corner nf MEETINU AND HOCICTV
niEKTS, and prliieiial Druggists.
PRICE H1NULE HUTT LE 11.25.
_jMm_ "?i E A U T V.- Auburn, -avw
Mr\fA I > UnkttA Flaxen, and /E^A.
Ctr? 8} silken UUItUS pr. ii lu .1 by ?? _ B?
JK Jff Ibo use of Professor Da- B^T?
??g^iBL UUEUX'f? F It I B B II LE ?|cV SH
Sf^23fc UUe.VKUX. One applIcA- Sm^j?f
IV IHR l'on warranted to mri Ul - ajwjfjai
rr ? *y rnontatn?Hbt arni atnbbom *LJ7WWJCt>
J "of either ?ox lato wavy ringlet?, or' heavy maaalvo
Has been used by tho faahlonables of Parla and
mdon, with ibo moat gratifying result*. Does no ln
ry to Ui?hair. Prloo by mail, aealed and postpaid, tl,
ncrlpUve rlrcnlara malled frew Addrruut IlEROF.R
1UTTH A CO., Ohexoiata. No. lu uiver atrect. Troy, N'
, Sole AcegU for the Called Slaw.
March M ly