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CimUJiSI'OX DAILY NEWS',
O. H. CATIIUAllT. Moron
(JATHOART, MoMI [.LAN ? MORTON,
No. 18 MAYNE STREET.
OA ILT-1 WE1.VU MONTHS.flU.UO
?A I I.Y-SIX MONTHS. O.OO
D . 11. V-I'll KEE MONTHS. 3.00
.4 N< 1 I.K COIMES.O rom ?
T? N1.W8 DEALERS_.3 cont?
WEDNESDAY MORNIXO, 8F.PTEMBER 25, 1807.
H F. 1' r li. M ll I : K DAYS.
lu flickering lirlit sud ahailo tho broad stream Roon.
With ooo), dirk nooka und choukored rippling aksl
Through reedy funs Ila .longish current Onws,
WhorollUos grow and purple blossomed mallowa.
Tb? aator-blooma abor? Ita eddie* stilus.
With pollened beca about thom bumming lowly,
And In tbs moadow-lsnda tho drowsy kine
Making music wltb Ihalr sweet bella, tinkling slowly.
Tba shrill cicada, on tba hlU>ldo trae.
Hourn!. to 1U mato a noto ot love or warning.
And tho turtle doves re-ocbo, plaintively,
Ftom upland Holds, a aofi, melodious mourning.
A golJou hazo conceals Ibo horizon,
A golden Bunablne slants across tho meadows;
Tbs prldo and primo or summer timo la gono.
Hut beauty lingera In tba Autumn shadows.
The wild hawk's Bindow Hecla acrosa Um griBs,
Ita aoftonod groy tho aoiteuod groen outvying;
And fair accnea grow fairer wbllo yot they pass.
As breezes froabon ?ben tho day li dying.
O, ?weet Soptombcrl thy ( rat breezes bring
Tho dry loaf, rustle and tho squlrrol's laucbtor,
Tba cool, fresh slr, whenco hoaltb ami vigor spring.
And promise of ozcccdlng Joy bnrcattor.
WHEAT_There ie a great ecarcity of thia ait icio
in oar market at tho prosent tinto, and what litt lo
cornea in la quickly takun nt prlcea ranging front
$1.60 to (2.10 por bushel. Tho wheat crop ol South
Carolina mid UooTgia has not turned out aa woll RB
waa au ti cipa md, sud thc Augusta milln aro run
will improve iii price, both hero nnd in Augusta,
for a short limo, until Northern wboat bogina to
come forward plentifully. Tho crop in tho North?
ern States ia good, and wheat ana flour will soon
como from Baltimore, when pticos will regulato
thomsolvoa. At proaont Columbia ia RB good a
market for wheat aa any in thu South, and pricoa
aro aa good hero na elsewhere
PBOF. JAB. H. OABLIBLK_Wa learn that Prof.
Carham has, during tho past wook, delivered sev?
eral addrossua, .characterized by his usual elo?
quence ana ability, to thu tuaobers and pupils of
tho Oreonwood Sunday dcboola. On Saturday ovo
mng.tho 7th instant, ho addressed the Sunday
School tcacbora of tho Mothodist Church at Oreon?
wood, on tho boat method of imparting religious
instruction, and ibo requisitos of success in this
TocatiDu. Oa tho Monday ovoning following, ho
delivered au addrOBs to tho cnildroti ot tho Sunday
Schools In the villago, upon their dutios os pupils;
and upon tho afternoon following, to tho young of
both sexes, upon tho dangora which lio tn tho path
ot youth and impedo their religious progress.
Prof. Carltslo ia truly a groat and good man, who
oonsocraton bia nign gifts to tho intellectual and
moral advancement or his spooiea. Ilia highest
ambition uconiB to bo to mako himsolf useful. Ilia
life bas been devoted to tho instruction of youth,
and for tula work ho ia peculiarly adapted. Ho
has that raro faculty of genma of simplifying truth,
and clothing- tho most recondite truths in tho garb
ot eimplo and ut tractive illuatration- Wo wish him
a lon ^ career of uaofnlncss.-A^bbeoii'c Press.
RXOISTRATIOH ron EAKOASTED.-Tho booka of
registration in this District closed on Friday last.
Below fro givo a correct etatomont from tho re?
porta of tho registrars, bauded us from day to
Lancaster CH.2C0 318
Hickory Head.'.207 39
Boll air. 88 69
Dry Creek.124 205
White majority. 69
Wo understand that 1301110 ten or ttftcon blacks
wera registered by ono ol tho Boards, who baro
not bien in tho Statu twolvo months. Those, of
of co imo, ire not ou ti tied to voto, which will in?
crease the white majority to about 100.
RHQIBTBATION IK PlCKENR DI9TB10T.-As far OS
hoard from the re turns of rogiatration in Fiekona
aro aa follows: Whites 1548; colored C99. Total
3247. White majority 849.
Rr. QEOROE'S PA HI BU - HEOIBTHATION.-Uti to
Bsptombor 21et inclusive, whitcB 40; colorea 17.
It la eatlmated that cast of the Rocky Mountains
there are 22,000 Indians in hostility to tho whites.
The "big Injun" of the party ia Red Cloud, of tho
Upper Bruloa. Red Cloud ia reported as having
said, "We do not wiah poaco; because when we aro
at poaco, wo aro poor; now we are very rich.1' It
will take something moro than blankets and beads
to convert this old rn niau.
Tao t lin nc. m n Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY MEWS, I
i_UAj.ii_r.rron, Tuesday Evening, Sept. 24,1BS7. j
With a rea trie tod demand, and with bul little deposi?
tion on tho part of buyers to pnrcbaie, pricei feU oil a
hali cent p ar lb. 3aloa only 28 bales of New York Mid?
dling, aay 3 st 21>?; 26 at 31?_c. Wa quota nominally
Ulddiing Upland 20*2 lc.
Augnatn alni liol.
APQU8TA, li ap to m berna.-Fm AK ui A i,-Qold-Brokers
are baying at 142aU3 and selling at Itt.
Bn-vrx-buying at 192 and aeliing at 185.
A ails Of tWOO Central Railroad Bonds was marlo to?
day at 96 canta.
Corr?*-Market quiet and prices easier; talcs rather
lirnltod; tho only quotations we can givo lst}l cents for a
high class of Middling; sales of tho day foot np 79 Daisi,
aa follows : 9 at 16; t at 16; 3 at io K: ll at 19, ll at 20; 2
at 20H: 31 at 20X; 2 at 20*. ; 6 al 21 ; 4 st 21... and B
bales at 21K cants. Receipts, B3 bales.
WKAT-Hod ?2*2 20; Whits *2 20*2 40.
Ocean-Prune Wblto ?1 60*1 65; Yellow and Mixed
tl Wal 40.
HLAOOK-Shoulders 10>fel7; D. D. Eldci 18*,; C. H.
Bides 19K; C. Bides 20?-?u>, cents.
SAVANNAH, Renumber 21.-COTTON-Tho market
opened dall, and waa drooping thruinfbout tho day In
consequence of tbs declino of >,d In Liverpool on Friday,
and of Wc In New York on'Saturday. Tbs better gradea
maintained their prices, while tho lower ones tell 1 cent.
There wa* a poor qneilty gen orally offered ol tho latter,
especially for Florida, aud some which bsd been held tho
day before at lu. ware sold at 17K eta. Fancy aro very
good qoa?ty ?r^oleu?i-yory uVc^ua??A. Jll>i>.tJiE?l?.of_?
may be considered sj saleablo st our tilgbeat quotations.
The salas did not earned 38 bales. We quote:
New Orleans Market.
NSW ORLEANS, September 20-COTTON.-Tho a tag
nation noa cod In yesterday's ropo rt prevailed to-day to
an lnertsaod citent- At tho opoiung this morning Ibero
waa an evident disposition to operate, bnt sitar tho re?
ceipt of the noon Intelligence, announcing * tailing off
at Liverpool, tho majority of buyorarefused to go on un?
i?os at addlUoDal conoexalone, which failing to obtain,
they moally withdrew from th? markot Cndor tbeso
olrortmstaoee* tho day's transactions were restricted,
cojiiprlsing barely 160 bal09, taken by three or fom par
tlsa at price* Indi ca ti na greater ease, and on the whola,
within the range of tho subjoined spproxlmnte quota?
tions : Ordinary lealsc, good ordinary lOKe'lDXc low
middling 2iKo, and n?ddlimr 23*23y.c Too buelneta
would have bean larger If ayers bsd beon successful In
finding the doscnpUons required boforo tho Idrorpool
sd rio? carns to Band.
Tba eales for tho past throe days compris od 760 bales
making a total for the week of 1428 bales) sgainat 1016
last week, and 1228 tho week belora. . The receipts
proper doting the past week, 0v.cloding tho arrivals from
Mobile, Florid?, and Texas, which are Included In their
respectivo statements, compris? 1771 bales, sgslnst mn
asea week, showing an increase of 923 baloo. Tho week's
sipert* embrace 493 bales, ail coastwise.
STATIICE.TT OP COTTON.
Stock on hand lat September, 1667.. bales-16,260
Beoeired to-day. 948
Beeei.edproTloiisly. 4,187- 6,189
OUarad to-day. to
Cleared pre-rtouily. 8,834- 9,374
Block on hoad and on shlpboaid. 17,017
Mobile Cotton B tu tem.nt.
MOBILE, September M.
Stock on hand Btpt 1,1866. S.714
ztecelved thia weak.3,186
Rec*Iv?d prevlonaly.3,380- 1,639
Kxporled thia week. i,UB
Brpctted previously. 794- 3.613
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared. 6,897
Wri.ViTrfOTON. RepUmbrr 23.-Sosm-Markrt con
Unnas quiet and steady, without material china? In
price*, The salas comprise 847 bbl* at ?316 for common
and ?trained; (8 06 for strained como;onf ?3 ^37u
tor Mo 2; at 36*4 76 for No 1. ' w a0" 37>?
Brraxra TOR?Z*TTJ<*- Price* bavo advanced a ah...?
ovar quotation* given st the cl oso of Issi work. w? w!
of sale, of 1?O bbl? at Mc V gallon far country, and 6. We
tor New York package*. The market qulot and afeadVst
thsci fAforee. ? . ' **
II ?Hi Ui or. Market.
"i-*^^?11^ J?*pt*m.b<,r. 21-Corrtx-Wo report
salsa ot 683 Daffi Rio ex Arial, and Ooo baga do ST OOO.
fi y (not yet arrived, though below), both on privat?
tarawi also 160 bags Bio 1 rora aeoond hands at lilian*,'
Oorro.' -Oonllnooa doll and prise* nominal ac lut ra
geared, rut: on th* basis of 24^ cents far rnlddliiig op
^Jft?l?**"'nwM ***** yearUrdsy and toiler of 1000
bbU Clry Mill* toper at ?9 6?; 60 bbli Howard .?a?t ?i.
"a etui i uo do at til 09. and 6 OO16OO Dbl* cB*_g
Xxrra standard tarma not rranaplred. -7?
OaATja-Whsal-Heceipta to-jay wero comprised of
2600 traahlU white anof 8230 bushel, rod; mirUtVa*
a*^ tom at Ul? opening, but closed miat*e^pr?e
.???not?e eamplee vranted botiifoi seed nod n&m
Of whit* oulv Mio? reportod were 107 bueheli good al
?3 00- 15" bn'nhola Inferior ni Ml ol rod. 300 buthola
o'iolc'o. for Mad, ni M 80; 2000 liuauela taken by mlllore
nt ?2 18: 100 bushell do M 70; COO bushel* prim? Vir
I'liiW Vnllcy si 92 na; 2000 busliola common to ii oort nt
El IW3 lo-prices nt Uio clo.ao wero irregular sud lower.
Corn-70,000 bushels white, but only KO bushels yellow
olluriil; saisi, of 1100 husbols wldlo, In lots, roportod nt
fl 2 isl 30; insrket cloned 'lull, anil nomo i mm plo ro
tunlucd over uuiold-600 bunholn yellow brought ll 3i,
not prime. Oms-A100 bushels rccclrod; crime li rig tit
?carce and told ni hlgh-r prlcos; w? report 300 buahols
choice nt 70?73 cents: 1O0O bushels fair to primo at 02aC9
couta; 020 buebela fair at 67; 410 baabda Inforlor at 00?
Kl cenia, nye-1020 buthola olforcd; only 210 bushal?
reported ?old nt fl 3 ul 16 per bushel.
MOLA*SX?-No sale? td* aj.
rnoTinoNS-Tho tone ot Ibo m?rkel la stronger. We
report Mica lo tta) of CO casks Hulk Should ar? nt 13c, an
advance nn previous sslc. Mess Pork waa slao hotter,
with lurilor aalca 11 100 bbln Wostorn nt (26, and 100 do
do at ?VJ; 26 per bbl-quota Jobbing lois $26 26. Bacon
ls ?toady, with ea!? of 00 casks Shoulder? In Iota nt
Ult? t>?t1n rib Ride? nt 17 >?c, and 20 do clear rib at 18?
1B V- No chango In U?m?.
HICK-Quirt aa before quo'od, ?Ul S^aOlft for Ran
noon, nml ll>i?12c lor Carol-ia.
SUOAK-Mnrkct continues finn, though Inactive lo-d?y;
only ?ale? wilie 110 billin Porto nico grocery nt 12,H?
llyjei 10 du Cuba at 12c; 2R do Doioorarm vacuum pau
on private term?. , , ? .
Wuiaai?-Wo quote freo nt ?2 and un tor; tu bond |
held abovu buyers' ticwB; bear ol no ?alcaof olther.
New Vorlt Money Market.
The lltllimo-e 4'uri or Monday, tho 'Jilli inst., ?ty? :
Our m. nui.il report from Now York on Saluiday oven
lou ?av? told closed ii per cont higher, at H3>i with 2 to
7 per cent for cairvlna. Tho government during tho
liant week Mild over $3.000,000 ingold, and WOO.OOO In
nonda, but at thc asms lime purchased $6,000,000 of 7-SO
uoles. 'I ld? ?liows ilitt tho .->ub-troasury la not absorb?
ing currency, bul aa Ihr noirs have not been shipped to
Wai-hliiiitouiiiid it.o ,;nld romainscharged, tho real baltnco
la not no l'ii H1' i" -TP ar? from Hie si iii incut. Tho Evening
Express, bowevir, nays "llio.Treaaury Department hero
po-ltlvcljr itcuica Hie nlatomeiil tn tho Now York papara
that lt han sold cold to the citent of millions this weet,
lt snyn Hint nut a dollar has been authorized to bo ?old
..Ince August,' until Thuredsy, tba 10th luttant, when lt
Theorleri gs of money wore rather moro liberal. Call
loan? were atilt quoted at 7 per cont lo tho brokera, ?nd
any businosa below tbts rato was an exception to the gen
oral market. There- ls very bttlo doing In discount?: ,
prime and good names rango from 7 to 10 par cont, ana
tho bank? are only accommodating tba customoxs |
Tho Hank Slap men!, on Monday, will show an In?
crease or ?ino,o.KI In epeclo, and a ducreaas of $7,0X0,000
lu holli deposit? and logal tenders. I bo loaos romain
abos* tho sanio aa last wcok. Tb? City Batik, Uowevor,
1? not nicholi i In lula estimate T.icso figures plainly
reflect thu ?trtiigoncy In money, end show tb-: drain
upon thc resources of tho bank? bu bacn very groat.
Ibo shipments of legil-tondor nota* to tho Weit have
boen Urge, and tho loas of tho banks h in not boon caused
by thc Oovcminont sile? of gold to tho extent generally
supposed. Tho Soutu wM eoon coranienco to draw cur?
rency for the movement of tho cotton crop, and tho
banka will shortly begin to prepare lor Ibe October atato
nionl. 1 lol prinpc-te. Hun. lore, of any pnnnauout oat*
tn uionoy tn tt e Immcdlato futuro i* not very brllltaot.
Oovemmont <V20'? wero lower nt tho cloie; the 7-30'a
> uuebnugod. Railway* closed higher.
CINCINNATI. September 20.-Meas Pona-Baa de
i dined slnco my last, though it in considerably loworthsn
nny other arlleto. There ?re buy ?ta at $34 cashjjiut lije
?rill: '"'J " "
Laen-Clowd rather quio!, at 13 kio offering, and lSXc
naklng, for tierce a id keg.
HULK MEATS-bull, and held it 13al6o loose for aho-d
aerenud ?ldc?, bul in order lo cOoct ?aloa a oonceeelon
! of 14Sc at loast wuuld havo to be mado.
I BACON-Is dull and lowor, and ollorod at Halide
nhouldors; 17.'i?17);c clear rib; 17?; il'o'c fur cl*ar, and
sales could uot be made over tbe Inaldo prlcos. nuns
bavo been In a Utile, boltor dornend, tho ?tock hoing
greatly roduccd. Plain 19a20c, and sugar-cured 33a23>ic
UasF.-Ham? are dull at 18c
PLA TI i: ci i At $22.
V.'niBKxr-Quiet, nt 35c In bond.
.'onilnnMt per aiontu cnvniinn Hallroad,
September i ?.
HT bil., i Colton, 77 bal? Yarn, ?? bags Rice, 12 bags
Flour, 132 bbla Naval 8torcn, Md?, Arc. To E N Fullor,
courtenay ft Tronbolm, Mowry A- Oo, Ooldsmllh A elan,
Wardlaw ft Carew, Thurston A- Holmes, Knuspaux, L?n
ncau li Co, E U It odgers ft Co, W Lobby, J D Hunch, O
tv PritchetL U ney k Kenyon, Jeffords t Oo, J Albon, J
Colclough, II I. Jeffers k Co, M Iirael, L, Loren ta, O N
Averill ar Bon.
Coiiaiftnce? pe?- Northeastern noltroad,
September 94. *
3C7 bb!? Naval Store?, lt halo? Cotton, 24 box? Ord?
nance, c?r? Cumber. Mdz.', Ac. To Adam?, Frost 6? CO,
Kendall ,* Dockory, Major Parker, O E Pritcbeil, Ut
xyck in .v.. J Marshall, Jr, vc K llyan, Oalllard k Mlnott.
ti D jtonoy, C D Drakek Co, O H lugnibnrn k Son, Kan
I apnux, Lanucaii ft Co.
r steamship Champion, from New York-T KtrnM,
wile, 2 children, and servant, Miss Csrrlo Richard?, C B
Lowd, II Wallack, D YVallack. J Reid, It Both, Mia? F
Child?, Mailar Childs.. Mis? J Leob, Mles O Loob, Mis?
Angle, II O Stroct, A K Childe end wife, O W Ooogtus
and wile, Mia? I. clarke, Mia* D A 1'aiupball. Mia* M
Langston ?nd servant, ll \V Krisle, J Ho.ungor, N Ucla
ncr, L Lnber, K? o Vincent, Mr- Blench? and dang! ter,
Mr? Il Bogotckl. T II Potcrs, O A llonour, O Plenge, J A
Qoackeubuab, S Muree, \Y A Ruckman, S It Malhalr, A
Menke, J Dennis, E P blldar. A Phillipa, Cent Peck, J D
Budde, Mr? M A Matbtlr, Mr? C ? Hoad. Misa 0 M Bead,
I J A Pitlun, O A Calvo, M Bogntcki, Mian J lugnbam,
Matter YV Sired, Miss K King, Mrs Purcell, Mit? Long,
Mr* Iugrabaxn, and 12 atc oreg c.
< il MU CT tlc Vi" k L E CT.
PHASES or rn? KOON.
First Q. Sth, Ob. lim. even I Lait?. 20?b, Oh,?m. even
Full M. 13th. 7b. 13m. oven Now M. 27th, 6b. 22, even
. .Oll T OF CHARLESTON.
Bteauieblp Champion, Lockwood, Na*/ York-loft Sat?
urday. P M. Maze. To Street Bros A* Co, Itnilroad Agent?,
Adr foi top rou Co, O W A1mtr, J D Aiken k Co, Captain
?mette!-, J E Adger k Co, D A Amma, E Bates k co. T
M liritir.ii. Ji Brandea, Brown k Uyer, Bart ft Wlrth, J
n Bigelow, BoUmann Bm?, J B Bell*, Baggett k Co, X
W Db??, C D Brabo k Co, H Bischoff k Co, ll Buist, Q H
Brown, W M Bird k Co. mock A Loya?, O D Carr s Co,
W S Corwin k Co, dane, Boyloeton Ar Co, F F Chapeau,
Cathcart, McMillan k Morton, Il Cobla Ar Co, Chleolm j
Bros, Cameron, Barkley k Co, J A Cook k Co, W H Cha
fee, L Cohen, HiiAP Caldwell, T M Oater, J A- F Daw
.on. Dowlo k Moise, E J Dawson k Co, Duval at Son, H
Daly, Dorbaum k Menke, J W Denny, El F Baker k Co,
E David, J M Ea eon k Bro, J & M leeman, A Eye,
kurcbgott Bro?, J Franke, W H Eeaterby.J Fergu?
son, E J H FiKbor, B Feldman, J J FureU, D F Flem?
ing k Co, H Oe rd ta k Co, A O Ooodwin, Agent, lood
neb. Wiseman k Co, Oraeaar, Lee, brui th ,* i;o, O rn ber
Ax Martha, J H Oraver, C B CUaon, Q A Clover, C Greva?
it y, J J Oreen, W Oarooy, J Hnrlump At Co, Basile, Cal?
houn k Co. F Horsey, Helmet k Caldor, O H Hoppock,
M Howell, Hart k Co, O K Huger, A lt Hayden, Mar- ]
abai), Burge k Bowen, F b Holm?, W Msltbleaaen,
Agent, W Mancher, MrCo.nb & Co, O W Marshall, B n
Manball, Mowry & Co, McLoy Sr Rice, T Murphy, Mur?
phy, Little k Co, J M Martin. J B Morollo, H Meyer. Os- I
tondortf k Co, North, Steele A Wardell, Nachmann A* Co,
J F O'Neill k Bon, D O'Neill, D O'Neill ? Son, J n Prin?
gle, O P Oppenheim. D Paul k Co, R B Pennal, O Plenge,
A J Qunckuubueh, R?dgen k Co, J Bngheliaar, 3 Kut
aell, J II Read k Co, J Reils, J H Renneker, W K Ryan.
W Roach, O Ring, ReveOel k Co, R Beth. Strauss, Vanees
k Co, W Steele, Uoeeeman A Uro, O H Johnson, J Jara,
Jenning?, ThomUn?on k Co, Joffarda U Co, Jobnaton,
Crews k Co, A_Illing, M leeman, o L Kurnahrons, Kristo
k Chapman, tv Kinsman, H Kia tte k Co, T Kelly, Lopez
a Son, J l' Kelp, Kline.-, Wickanborg ft Co, La urey ft
Alexander, Lubra A* Stalling, S LaTorre, O Utachgl, L I
Lorenzt. A Lom, A langer. A Llnstedl, J Lelbman, D
Lllilenthal ft Co, Longnlok ft 8oU. J Mehrten?, Muller,
Nimitz ft Co, J H Muller, Milnor, Wilbur ft Martin, Man
tone ft Co, Stott, Wabb ft Co, Shephard ft Coben, E Scott I
ft Co, E D Stoddard ft Cr, L Sciinoll ft Co, J ti Behlmer,
F M Scblnncr, P Sullivan, Salas s Co, D H Sllcox, Staf?
fens ? CO, W W Shacxellbrd, W O Trott, Taft ft How?
land, tlfferhardl ft Campten, A J Vidal, F Von Santon, J
BJ Vollen. T A Visant. H Williams, O W William? ft Co,
O Whlldcn, W?gai?er,"BeitU ft' Al?rese??.'Vr?rner ft ti?cY
cr, O H Walter ft Oo, Southern Exprcu Co, and other*.
Sept 23d, et S A M, patted stear??hlp Manhattan, with
. teamer in tow.
Steamship Taloon. Reed, Raltimorc-lott Satrirday, S
PM. Mdt?. To Mordecai ft Oo, Ooortenoyft TreiLholm,
Beilroad Agent, W H Chafce, O A Btone, a H Brown, J
Thompson k Co, J A Qasckonbnth, J Camp?, n ft Co, H
O Mitchell, J Armstrong, O Phillipa, Miller ft Bon, Oen
Cunby, J O Milnor ft Co, B O'Neill, Mehrten? ft Woblt
maun, Stenbonso ft Co, Laure y ft Alexander, Mantons ft
Co, W Habenlcht, H Willb>, J B Dural ft Son, B H Jack?
son ft Co, Holl m ann Bro?. Weat ft Jon?, IT Cobla ft Co,'
L Seimon ft Co, Thurston ft Holmes. O W Steffens fr Cb,
G recaer, Lee, Smith ft Co. Ravenol ft Barnwell, Jeffords
ft Co, Oriendoi OT ft Co, and ot h cn.
Sehr David Collina, Church, Philadelphia. 4 dav?.
CoeJ. To H F Baker ft Co.
Sehr Archer ft Reeves, Ireland, Philadelphia 6 dara
Coal. To H F B?kor ft Co. ?
Behr Calista, Jone?, Rockport, Me, 10 days. Lim?. To I
Olney ft Co. '
Went to gea Yesterday.
Steamer Dictator, Payne, Palatka, via J ne kt on ville.
Fernandina and Savannah.
I From Ihli Tort.
Steamship Bea G nil. Dutton, Ballimore, Sept S4, A M.
LIST OF VIISSIOLS
DP, OLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Britiih bark Yum uri, 'Chomp ion. up.Sept 10 I
Ur bark J Cummipg, Uookway, np.Attgnst 29
Brittan park Flamboo Chipman, Jones, exiled_s?pt 8
Br bark Queen, Srunrt, stiled, .i.Augunt 19
Tba Chattanooga, Frei mm, tailed..AngnatlS
The Triton, Keoger, ?ailed.Kept 4
Behr S R Jato won, Jameson, np.Sept S ?
Brig AD Torrey, Hellers, clcaroJ.Sapt
Brig Oalvcaton, Merryraao, np.Sept 4
Brig Qfelone, Frisble, cleared.,.s?pt ll
Behr Chloe,-, Beaton, np .August 29
Behr J Crocker, Lowe, cleared.Sept 19
Kehr Malua LBW. Johnson, tap.BeptiB
. miff xoaz.
Behr N W Smith, Tooker, np.Bepl 14
Behr E A Conk ile, Daniel?, up.'..Sept lt
Sehr My rover, Hugh M. cleared.Sapt 18
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list, lt offers a favorable rp+dfim to Marchant? end ?B
sdvarHssr* who dattra ts extend Uta lr buatnea? in faa
upper District? of the adte. Balsa Of' adrert'afngj lib?
eral. Specimen copy of paper SMrt co.acpUfaitnn,
SI?? FEMALE COLLEGE.
Hon. SIMPSON BOHO, Sp:iitjiibu>K
Hov. C. MURCHISON.
JudgoT. 0 P. VERNON, Spartuuburg.
Kev. T. G. HERBERT, Ninety-Mix.
Prof. A. H. BESTER, Spartuuburg.
Kev. J. A. PORTER, Georgetown.
Mnjor JOHN A. LEE, Spartanburg.
Hov. M. SHOWN, Columbia.
Mnjor A. II. KIRBY, Spartanburg.
Rev. \V. 8. BLACK. Newberry.
Rev. A. W. WALKER, Spartanburg.
Prof. WARREN Du PR KU, Spartuuburg.
J. IL WILSON. Riiq., Spnrtahliurg.
Rev. ANSON W. CUMMINGS, A. M., I>. D.,
President mid Teacher nt' Mathematics, ami
Lecturer uh Natani! Science, &e.
Mrs. I. II. (.'t'M.MiNtis,
Teacher of Rhetoric, Mental arid Moral
Miss ALICK M. SUKI.?ON,
Music, Kmbroidery, Pairitirig, Leather
Work, Hair Work, &e.
Miss ALICK LOMAX,
Minti?, French, English Literature.
Miss SUK V. R. SHELDON, .
French, Music, History.
Miss M. JANE Wommo,
Natural Science, Latin, &e.
Hi?HNK INS AND VACATION.
The Fall Session will open October 'M,
1867, and close February lDth, 18C8.
The Spring Session will opon February
20th, aud close July 8th, 1868.
Vacation extends from ril?se of Spring
Session, to October 1st.
A few days recess nt Christmas.
T?: X JP IE rvT M ICH.
Board, por Session, in Curronov.$70 Ot
Contingent Foe. 2 Ot
M nillo, with nae of Piano,. 27 6(
Latin, titra. io m
Fronen, Extra,!. 12 Ot
Embroidory,. 16 Ot
Oil Painting. 20 Ot
Grecian Painting, for tho Coarse,. 10 Ot
Loather Work,. C 01
Hair Work. 0?
FeaUior Flowers. 6 Ot
Wax Fruit Flowers,. 0 Ot
Each Music pupil receives fi?y /lesson*
during tho Session, and enu usn t
piano for practico, from mu to three hour;
daily. There nre six pianos in the College
The teachers in this department havi
lind much experience, and excel ns per
formers ns well ns teachers.
This department is under (he immediate
control of thc President, anti thc youiij
ladies constitute n pnrt ol' his family. Th OJ
will have thc constant care of thc ladj
teachers iu sickness anti in health. Tilt
rooms are large, well ventilated and wei
icarmed in cold weather. For the stylo o:
living nt the College, thc President take;
the liberty to refer to Kev. K. P. Franks
P. E., of Spartanburg District, who, will
his family has board in the College, ni I hi
same table with thc young ladies arid teach
ors. Also, to Col William L. DePass ft!
Camden, Horace Nichols, Rsrj., nf Cellini
bia, who also, with their families, lum
been members of thc College family. Al
young ladies from a distance, aro expected
to board nt the College,
Have all had much experience, two ol
? them havo taught over twenty-live years
j The young lady teachers all graduated ir
one of tho best Foin nie Colleges in thc
South, and excel in their respect i ve. depart
TUE TEXT BOOKS
lu use can all bc procured in Spartan
burg, nt reasonable prices.
The College has a hr.nu ifni aud exten?
sive Apparatus, for illustrating the various
branches of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry
aud Astronomy. Lectures on these sub?
jects, free to all, will be delivered dunno
Students coining by Spartunburg and
Union Ruilroad, should leave Columbia or
intermediate stations, on Mouday. Wednes?
day or Saturday-they will then conic
through without detention.
. - EXPENSES.
It is confidently believed that while this
Institution oilers high inducements, in thc
way of educational, social, moral and re?
ligious advantage?, it holds out motives of
a pecuniary kind, equal, if not greater thou
any other. Look at the advertisements of
thu and other schools, North or South, aud
parents will see that they make ? saving by
sending to Spartanburg.
After reading this, hand it to some one
who hos .a daughter to educate, or post it
up-in some publio place.
THOSE INTENDING tb patronize the Col
I Ieee, will COntor a ft????? Kj- :.-*J:-?-i_,
arfrfressing the President, at Spartanburg,
S. C. .
COUH8K OF STUDY-TEXT
V*) PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT,
Geography..;.Colton'a and Fitch'?,
' ' - V . . > . 8ohool Geography.
English Grammar.Bullion's Prac. 'Leesons
Arithiaftb.,.Thompson's Mental Sc.
Writing.Spencerian system. .
Dictionary.'..Webster's School Ed.
- COLLEGIATE CLASSES.
Spelling ..'.,.- .Webster's FJomontarv.
Beading. J..Bandera' 1th Reader.'
Geography.Ord ton's and Fitch's
Arithmsbo..*.'. .'._Thompson's Practical.
History Un i tad BU tea-.Wilson's.
Dictionary...'.Webster's High School
Sclsnoo of Faaillar Tiling B.WOHS'. j
- Bioaan;.x?iB. : i ;
Writing*. ?V.?A.. 9. .?.?.i. .Spencerian aystem. .
Beading.Bandera' 1th Betdor.
Natural Philosophy.Go m a tock's,
chemistry..Foi tor and .Yeoman's.
General H?tt cry-.Wilson's Behool-Ed. '
Astronomy.Smith's. '". -'
Watta on Hind.',. .Emmsrson'a.
Algebra.Dario's First Lessons.
saxton. - *
Logie.Hodge's. .' ]
Moral ScienCI.Alexander's. I ' '
BXArourr axiiruiTXs' COUBSJ-,
Philosophy of Ktiurc! History, Coneral His?
tory, Phys leal Gaoaraphy, French and any of tho
Ornamentals, with IloT?own of any part of former
Bullkm'a Grammar, Reader, Cesar, ste.
. rant ca.
Fasque lie's French aeries ia used.
Woodbury'. New M?thod ta used. :
i maa >
Wa uso Piano without a Master, Hnnlen's,
Richardson's, (nsnr edition,) and Bertini'e Instruc?
tion Booka. In Tocal, Mason's Normal Instruc?
tor, and New Carmina Sacra.
O? ?UV IC II /VL, IlKMARKH.
Spartanburg Fem?lc ('ollero, under thc
patronage ol' ilie S-oith Carolina Confer?
ence, was opened lor Ilm ndiuittioii ol'
pupils on thc 25th August, 1855.
Tho sito of tko College Buildings is one
ul'tho mott pleasant and d'-sirabio locationi
Unit could have betiii selected.
The Campus encloses iii Icen acion of
woodland, on thc .summit ol! ?1 hill, over?
look in;r the town ol' Sparlanburg. ami u
halt'mile or inore, distiinl I Vom it.
Secluded from the excitements ami nt
tuet ?OHM ol'the town I borough faro, with a
pure atmosphere, excellent water, and rural
ijiiietude. tito pupils enjoy every facility lor
menial and inora! ont turo.
.X' I'JH'I'I MONIA L..H.
ft may he satisfactory to some to see u
lew front among the many of the newspa?
per mid other notices thal might be selec?
ted, which have generously been lakcu of
the College, location, teachers. &c. Hut
om best epistles aro our funner pupils,
scattered all over North and South Caroli?
na, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee,
Mississippi, Texas and other Staten.
S PAUTAN BUHU FEMALE COLLEGE.-"A
fine cliinntc, healthy location and compe?
tent Facalty, rccoiniuend this College to
public patronage."-Minute* of S. C. Con?
ference for 18(5(5.
Si'AitTANiiiJiia FEMALE COLLEGE.
"This r list it u t ? on of South Carolina Con?
ference, opens October 3d. It is under
thc Presidency of that experienced teacher,
Dr. W; A. Cuininings. Its proximity lo
WolTord College gives some advantage to
those who have both sons and daughters to
educate from home ; and the renown of
Sparlanburg for its healthfulness and reli?
gious privileges, commends it to public fa?
vor."-Southern Christina Advocate, Aug.
SPARTAN DURO FEMALE COLLEGE.-"Tt
gives us pleu.imc lu auiuuiMo lu the |>.<ili?
lie, the re opening of this popular institu?
tion, under the management of thc Kev. A.
\V. Cuininings, 1). D. The reputation of
the President for scholarship and adminis?
trative ability, .should command for the
Institution a liberal patronage; and wc
hope thal I be friends ol female education
will bestir themselves (o give to this Col?
lege that support and encouragement with
which il was honored in former years. Its
representatives are scattered throughout (be
land, and I hey surely cannot forget the
pleasant associations of by-gone days, and
disregard tho claims of their Alma Mater.
Let one and all do something to sustain
this important educational inter?s), 'that
our daughters may be as corner-stones, pol?
ished after the similitude of a palace.' -
iipitrtunburtf Kxnrct*. 18i5(5.
HOI.STON Coxt'ERKNOB FEMALE COL?
LEGE.-'. Wo have been pleased to learn
thal lim lnsl session was eminently success?
ful, and with the present able and efficient
corpse of teachers, (three of whom are now
in thc Sparlanburg Female College,) nuder
thc lead of Dr. Cummings, promises lo
fulfil the fullest hopes ol' its friends."
Ahingtltm Virginian. Min/. IStiO.
Hui.STUN CoNKEIlKNOK FEMALE COL
I.KOK.-"Of the Prcsidcnl, Her. Hr. Cum?
mings, ami the Faculty, it ?sonly necessary
to say thal the present examination does
nol detract anything from the high reputa?
tion thal they had sustained for immy
years as able teachers and skilful managers
of a literary institution. The Committee
feel safe in saying, in thc language of one
of the oldest and moot active Trustees,
lion. N. \V. Woodful, in regard to the
President, 1 thal they have (bc right mun
in the right, place.1 "-Itcport of h'.vmtiin
?ii/ Committee of li. C. F. Cnl/?/i- Mm/ If?,
OLD HIP VAN WINKLE OIN.
GOLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OF 8ELLINQ
WINES, etc.. In original packages, ?nd In order to
i naur? to conrumera Prue Liquors In a compact and eon
Tenlent form, we commenced the enterprise of bottling
and picking In caaea oar well known Wines. Bran dina,
Whiskies, kc., and bare tent tuarn out In a atyle that
Would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reaching the parc Lasar. Tho general appre?
ciation and gratifying success that baa rewarded our
efforts has encouraged us to maintain Ure standard as re?
gards quality, ul BO to make increased efforts to ra tain Um
confldoaco sod patronago which has boen so liberally be?
stowed upon us. BTNINQKR A co.,
[Established 1778.) Importers ol Win aa, Ac,
No. ls Beavorstreet. New York.
. The sboTS popnlsr goods are pnt nu in casca contain?
ing one dozen bolUee each, and ara sold by aU prominent
Druggists, Grocers, Ac. '
Opinions of tba Prese.
The name of Blnlngor k Co., No. 16 Beaver airest, ls s
guarantee of tho exact and Utaral truth of whalsTer they
represent-If. T. Com. Adotrtittr. ;
?JEBT, ^Vro?'rJ?c^? npori'p^ncrrjl'?i o/lntegn'ty.'falrne??
and tho highest honor.-Jv. 1. Kerning Stpreu.
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Opposite Charleston Hot
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wish to extend their business In this section of tho Pee
Deo country. We respectfully solidi tbs patronage of
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ard tl.? puk-io a? tr*tr Warnrooiaa, ?nd in Tl te oe ia part
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MEDICINE AND fcURGERY.
.rTUlE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY ol MEDICINE
J AND HUUUKltV iv DH vriwiUM In ltV>. Chartered
by Um Legislature February ...?;. 1*63. Nair. ? dW|M
by a IcKlHlativo enactment lu ibu Eclectic aitnltial Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1HV.0. lu 1803 ll imrelvih r d tho
Pennsylvania Medical college, established lu Urta, auil
Ibo Philadelphia Medical College, which had provhna?y
beeu murged lnlolbe Pennsylvania. Medical Coll?ge, MI
1804 lt purchased tho IV:ni Medical Uuirondly. Tno
I Tmpbrea of the ?emirato schools nulled, pellllotird and
obtained II ?nodal Act of thc Lee la.ature, ciiuKoliilaliiig
these (ustltutlousatnl cha ging ih. ? naiiiea lo that ol Ibu
Philadelphia University or Meillriuo and .Surgory,
March in, ltu?.l. All th. ar various Acta are imbil bed In
thc etitutea of Pennsylvania. Tho cost of the 1 uililiug
and museum was over one hmulre.1 iboiiMind dollars, lt
vt 111 bo observed that tho University, aa now organized, ls
tho legal representative of tho lour Medical College? that j
lt has absorbed. It is a liberal vined nt medi?me, con- I
fined to no dogma, mir attached io any medical clique ;
but embraces Tn Itu tcacblng everything or value to thc |
Sttsiout.-lt has Icu tull sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, sud continuing until tho lat of I
January, as tts first sosalon, and from tho Isl ot January
to Ibo 1st ol April, as Its second; thc two constituting one |
full course of lecturas. It baa abo a Hummer session,
commencing the 1st April Bud coiitluulug until August,
for thc preparatory branches, such aa I.UKI, Oreek,
Mathematics, Ilotany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickets.-Tickets lo the full course of lectures tl VU. or
Seo fur rori, nuMlau. 1*01 ?he ?IILInlCT crt prcpAialwIJ
cuurao IIS. Urauilatiiig fco ?S0. To aid young men of
moriente means, tho University has Issued five hundred
scholarahiini, which aro aold to flrat-courro an?denla for
tlC>. and to aecond-comran ptuUcuta end clergymen for
150, rich constituting the bolder a Ufo member, wtlh Ibo
perpetual prlvllrgoe or thu lectures, and all tho te.u bio rv
of tho school. Thu only additional toes arc a \ early dis?
serting and niatririilntlng tirket, each of whlrb ls tri.
The Adrantaytt of titftnlarihip:-The student hoi J Inn a I
scholarship can cntor tho Coliego at any time during the ]
year, attend aa long aa bo cbonaca, and mentor the lust!
tullun aa fiequently RS dc I te.I.
It requires nu previous readiug or study toenlertbc
University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition fees
Hindeute by holding scholarships, can prp'rrtit? other
hualnn<is a j arl of Ibo time.
Tho candidato fur graduation can present himself si
any time, and receivo bis degree ^......m aa quallllrii.
lu case a student nhould hot.I a scholarship aud uot bi'
able to attend lectures, (I can he Iransfonvd tn another,
thus preventing any limy.
P?rvula, guardians or fri.?min ol' Htudeuta wishing tn
Ur.-hasn scholarship. 1er them u year or more beter,
keir attendance at th? Uuivendty, can ?er nm thuin liv
advanclng one-half the price and paying the balance
whoo tile hind..ni .?mon. Physiciana ami brucvulent
men cati beatow great benefit upon [.r vi ung men by
presenting them a scholarship, ami tims cnsbliua; them
to obtain an honorablo profcasinu,
Tho Faculty endirf.ee . seventeen eminent pbyrdeiaiiH
and Burgeons. The University baa associated with it a
large hospital clinic, wheto every lunn cf on die,I and
surgical QUSCASM ls operated on and treated in thc pres?
ence of tho dann.
i .m.I.mr UuimiMi.-The College building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut. 1- thu lined lu Hie elly.
Its front ls collegiate gothic, and ia nilonicd willi ein
batlh-iiicnta and embrasure, prtarntlng a novel, buhl,
and 1M .mt 11 o 1 appearance. The facade ls ur brown alone,
ornamented by two towera, rialug tn the elevation nf
eighty reel, and crowned with an embattled parapet.
Tho building contains between fifty aud sixty rooms, all
supplied with water, gas. sud every oilier convenieucu
that modem Improvement ran contri*.u' ; to facilitate
medical Instruction. Only live boodoo scholarship!!
will lie humed, and aa tara huudreil and lltty ar?- now
sold, those who wiall lo HITure eoe should do sn al once.
Money eau be remitted b> viprcsa, nr a draft or check
.eut ou Buy National Hank tn the United Stales, wbru
tho scholarship will bc relumed by mail, sigurd bv tho
President of Hie llosril ol'Trustees, JOSEPH S. FISHER.
Esq., and Um Dean of the Faculty. W. PAINE, M. li.
All order? for .scholarship? or oilier linallie.} of tho Uni?
versity, should 1K? RdJrcetnd to Professor W. PAINE, M.
ll., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE S PltACTICK OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK .MIST ISSUED BY W. PAINK, M. le.
Professor ol thc Principles and I'raclirc of Mi-iUrlne and
Psllinlogy In Ihr Philadelphia I luIv en.il e or Me,ll, in
I ami Surgery; author ol Paine's practice of Surgery; a
work on Onstctrlrs and Materia .Mr.ll.-a, author of New
:-i h.>. ii Remedies; an Epitome nf Kbcrllc'a Practico of
Medicine; a Review nf Uomrcopathy; a Work on tho Ula
tory of Medicine; lill bu- of Umvuntlty Medica! and Sur?
gical Journal, Ar., Ar. li ls a royal octavo of OOO pases.
Bud contalos a full deseri.dion of all diseisCK knowu la
m dir inc ami surgery, Including ti.of women and
children, together with their pathology and treatment hy
all thc now and improved methods. Price fl. postigo 00
Address the author. No. 033 ARCH STREET, Pbiladel
I phla, Pa.
ALSO, A NEW WORK,
I EntlUed New School Medicines, which b- Hie utily wotk
ever published upon Materia Medica, Guibracing aU the
Eclectic, llcmmi aline ami Bolaiilc lino dieu, willi a
tull regular Materia Mrdlra. Price :A; postage fr. -.?
Adrlr?sa aa above.
MEDICINE AND SURUEItY.
A 'SEUI-klOKTBLT JOTJnNAI. np MEDICINE, HUBQEBV,
raraioi-oar, RVOIENE ASH OENERAI. LITEHA
IUl UK, UL VOTED TO TBE PBO FESS ION AND
The cheap?, t Medical Papor lu tho world, published
every two week*at tba University Building. Ninth-street,
I 8outh of Walnut
Fivo copies to one address.4.33
Ton copies to ono address.7.6(1
Flftceu coplas to ono ?J dre*?.9.30
Twenty coplea to one addrote.10.00
i ho getters up of tho Club shall havo one copy gratis.
Address W. PAINE, M. D., Edllor,
September l'i _Philadelphia, Pa.
Obi she waa beau Ufo I and fair,
With ?larry byee, and radiant bair.
Whose curling tendrils, nott entwined,
Enchained thu very heart and mind,
For Curling tho Hair of either Bex into Wary
and Glossy Ringlota or TJoavy Maaaivo
BY DSINO THIS ARTICLE LADIH I AND OENTLE
in:;.' eau bcabUty themaelvea a thousand-fold,
lt ls the only srtlclo tn the world that will curl straight
bair, and at tho samo Urns give lt a beautiful, glenay ap
po..; anee The Crianer Coras not onlycuris Uro hair, hut
Invigorates, ticautfneB ann eiram- - ??, ia n-mj .ua i]v
Ughtfully perfumed, and la tho most complote ar itel? ot
the kind ever offered to the American public. The
Crisper Coma will be sent lo any address. Boated and
postpaid fur ll.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., ChomtaU,
No. 3 Weat Fayette ?traft, Syracuse. N. V.
March 30_._ ITT
LB?D PEMIL COMPANY
' NEW YORK.
. Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
:<(). ?ll JOHV NTREKT, Mi?' YORK.
ALL STYLES AND ORAD ES OF LEAD PENCIL?
of superior quality aro manufaoturrJ and offeren
at fair terms to the Trade. The publie aro Invited
ito give tho AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL Ibo pre?
ference. ' ?.'?.-.
TBE PENCIL". ARE TO BE HAD AT AU. Tn?!
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND Ni)HON
.- . . . .DEALERS.
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, I
BHorMEKaiKO DkraiinizKr, '
YAL? COLLZOE, November IS, lied. J
I hat always recommended tho Faber Polygrade
I*ad Pend?a aa the only pencils flited for both ornamen?
tal and rnatbcroBUral drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of tho American Polygrade Lead Pendle, man
ufarturvd by tho American Lead Pondi Company, New
York, I Und them superior to any pe:.ell In nae, even to
tho Faber or tho old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, oniamenlal and
m,di?nlcal drawing, and all tbs ordinary asea of a lead
Those pendle ero very findy graded and have a very
smooth, lead i even the softest .peno-ils hold Uio point w?U;
rn, aro all that can bo desired In B pencil, lt Rives me
great pleasure to bo able to Maure Americana ?nat th ay
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Oerinany bi
noy other fordgO market for pene.I?. . .
. Mi LOUIS RAIL,
. .. Pro fe asor of DrJ ring, Ac.
AU. nxciLfl ? rut marro;.
. t?t- "AMERICAN LEAD PUNCH, CO. N. Y."
. Nose genuine without tao exact name ol the firm
took to IL ' ' -': '?'_December 13
FOR THE MI?i?LION I J
TV11X SEND. POST-PAID, SO PHOTOGRAPHS OF
I Ibo most oelobrated Actors for 80 ?eut?; 50 Aotreases
lor to ex nu; SO Uidco peyerais (or 60 cents; BO Rebol
Oenerala for 60 cenia: 60 8ta teamen fox 60 cent?; 60 boeu
tifaJ yoang Ladles for 60 cants; 60 ino-looklng young
GKealkaaen for CO cehu i e Urge Frnotograoha or Franota
Danetng auria, In ccettune, yieniifoJJy' colored, exactly MU
?hoy appear, for 50 cent?; orroroo cents, 8 of the moat
beautiful Ladlee of the Fr?rutffn Ballet Troupe, a? they
?jrpeoja lhe play cf th ? Black ppok, Bt rmi? Garden,
PW.aMUl??| ,. ? ; . I ,i J.j a'- -
B^aUp^vUrato.??.0.^ . '
May 18 - irj
_DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC._
SUFFER NO MORE!
When hy Hie UK? ul 1)11. JOIN\ ILI.F.'S ELIXIR you
tim he cured puriiiaucully, alni Al a nilling cost.
Thc Mtontalilaa; IUOCCIII which hi? attended thia tu.
valuable medicine for Physical nii.l Nervous Weakness.
Ueneial Debility atnl Prottmllon, Los* ol Muscular Ec
. tgv, Impotency, or auy of tbr ccurcoucacci of youthfu.
Inulacrclioii, reuiiera lt tho most valuable preparation
Il v.ill remove all nervous affections, depreasiou, ex
cHtliiciil, llicapsclty to study or liualni.iia, bis? of memo?
ry, contusion, lliollght.s ot pell dos traction, fears of In?
sanity. Ac. ll will tcalore tim appetite, rciivw Hie health
ol" th-1 " irbo liave> destroyed lt liv sensual execaa or a ru
Vining Men, bo humbugged no III'STS by "Quack Doc
loin" snit Ignorant piticllliooirs, but etud without delay
fur tho Elixir, and at onc.n ii:-l or cd In health sud bap.
Pineas. A peri...1 Curd I- i m oran teed lu every luetanee.
Price $1, or four botthu lo ono address i3,
Ono bottle li sufficient to rrr-'ct n cure In ci! sritsiry
ALSO. DH. .lOINViLI.E'.-i ?PECIFIC PILLS, for th?
spoody cud permanent . uro nf Gonorrhoea, Oloel, Ure
II.ral 11 : .line;.... Gravel, Stricture, snd all sanctions of
the Kidneys und ria l lei Catssi eff-'ctod lu from ono to
five devi.. They are prcpnrcd from verjciablo extracts
that ato harmless nu thu sTStCttii and never nauseate th?
et-iuiacli or Impr?gnalo lbs breath. Ko chango of dist
ll necessary wbllu natus il.cm. nur does their acUou lu
auy maimer Inlcriero with bunine?) pursuits, price tl
Clllier ot the above-mentioned articles will bo tent to
any address, closely sealed,.(iud post-paid, by mall or
rxpreis on receipt ol prirc. Address all orders to
DKIIOEII. S II LITS fi CO., CbomtsU,
March 00 iv No. 281 Uiver iticcl. Troy, tf. T.
(CHILLS & FEVER
W' E HAVE USED OALLUIHAN'S PILLS, AND FIND
Tl that they will do nil thal I-claimed ror them, ant
.i iee rf,ii iv nv i.n mien.! them to public favor.
T. II. WATTS. Ex-Oovernrir ol Alabama.
J. W. A. HANDFORD, Ait'vOen'l of Alabama.
KOUT. HOtrtlllf.llTV,-IIH?B? Siipreum Court Ala. ri
Prom THOMAS J. .Itronr, Judgo Suprome Court.
I have Datai! Oil.LKIIIAN's PILLS on my plan tau ju
lor KniT amt Ague, aud lind Idem all tba! ls claimed, foe
them. THOU. J. JUDO!..
Montgomery. Ala., September Oil, 1859.
I.. e,e sro - Corsrv. Alabama.
OAU.IOHAN'S FRYER AND AOIIE PILLS will do.
They arc decidedly the beal n.. .11 ne for Chills sud l r?
ver 1 rm eave. I would nul lan vdtbont Hiern for liva
Mumu Hie price. ,1. A. GRAHAM.
AMKMrrs, April I?, 1BC7.
One box of ?AI.l.lltUAS'S FILLS cured mo perfeclly
nf Chilis uud Fever, l'hev are tho heat medicino tor
Chills and FaVrlT I over saw. A. O. ItONAl.DSON.
Clerk Superior Conn, Sumter County. Ga.
UotrrnoMitnT, ALA., July a, i8*i.
Moeurs. DI.UNT * UALE-OESTH: I hive unod your
CIALLIOHAN'H Pll.l-s on two ori-aeiona for Chilla sud
lever, and Ibid thal Uley eiTeel all Ibal they ara i nd iel -
ed lo do. They are tho beal remedy lor Hie disease that
I baVi? ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Ilespi-i tfully. UA.N'L SAYHE.
ii i .m I See. tlrand Lodge ol F and A. M. nf Alabama.
AMANT, fla., March ll, 18G7.
1 have used IIALLIOHAN'S PILLS lu forty rssescl
Clilllasiul lover, willi )ioriert nueces*. They sra Ito
best Fevor snd Ague PHI pul up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
UsIUDHIClI. w I Min W ?i CO.,
No. 16? Meeting ttreel.
And by all Dmgglats.
HI.l lt VI' .v. ll \ I.K,
May ll iluiu Montgoruory, Ala.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR I
C HASTKLL ATI'S
For iii nulling Superfluous Ualr.
'jlO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
J. depilatory recommend.) Itself ss being sn almost io
dtspcnriblo srtlrlu to female beauly, ls easily applied,
docs not bum ur Injure thc skiu, but acts directly on tb s
roots. It ls warranted to remove superfluous bair front
low foreheads, or from auy part of tho body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating thc sinio, leaving thu
.' to solt, emooth aud natural. Thia ls thc only arllciu
used by tho French, and ls tho only real effectual depila
loo' In exlatenco. P; leo 73 renta por package.' pos
paid to anv address, on receipt of an order, by
DETJOER, SHOTTS A CO., Chemists.
Merell JO lyr No. 2e* River st, Troy. N. Y.
HOPE FOR TUE DESPONDING INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE UBE OF
i'!I.nil,?I ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DFXTLTNIX? HEALTH, WHICH
was precarious, and their recovery dos pal red of"
do now with grateful cmanaUons to the All-Wise Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt lhanka for this timely remedy. D?r?
ing tho short tims slnco Ita pabilo Introduction into nie,
the Originator bas moat happily reallied har most san?
guino expectations In manifestations Issuing from all
quartan of Its unporalelled curative properties, for In no
case whero lt has been administeren with regard to di?
rections, and persevered In, hss lt fallad In Its b?n?ficia}
IB resorting to this remedy, the Invalid can depend
upon Uta ssfsty of avery a i tide In Its preparation, and
?while it iccelsratea the healthful riactiooe of each organ
and tassel, the mind can bo perfectly fros from appre?
hension of soy subtlo .'.igredlent being Insinuated Into Ita
Tho eppeuto, which Improve* under its administration,
ls at liberty to Indulge prudently in whatever nutriment
ls palatable, digestiva and wholesome, and wbUe lt ls no
mora than proper " "old exposure to fresh cold, no tear
need Le enter tali. ' . any liability under thia oonrss of
trestment to Ind lt. It la a pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quito agrooablA to the taste, and as a lung re
vivlfyer and balsam of health, lt la dist tn rm ls liing Itself sa
without prerednnl, and wa trust win, ero long, claim fut
Itself general acclama tion for ita un ri rilled efficacy.
Kor aale by the Propriorre/a. Mrs. CECILIA nor)HI
3t!F.'E, northwest corner of MEETING AND SOCIETY
sTRKKTS, and principal Drriggrata.
PRICE MINGLE BOTTLE ?1.28.
"Prevention is Better than Cure. '*
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
i PPBOVED AND ll Iii Ii: Y RECOMMENDED BT
i\_ the French Medical Faculty, as tho only sals and
HCalllbls antidote against Infection from Sp?cial Ilise?ara.
rbis Invsluable preparado ls Slitted for either sex, and
wa proved, from ample experience, I ho roost efficient
ind reliable Preventivo avor discovered. Hms ?fie?Ung a
lianlr ralum long sought for in the M cd I. al World. II
ised according to directions every possibility of dangin
nay I MI a told cl; a elogio application will radlr ally usu,
raino Ihe venereal sims, expel all impurities from tho
ibsorbent vessels, tod rondar contamlnaUon impossible.
Ie wiso In time, sod ata very small outlay, eave norire oj
inlotd bodily and menial torments.
lida most reliable specific, so Universally adopted In
he Old World, ls now offered for sala for the first Hmo IQ
Imertca by F. A DHPORT St CO,, only aulhortredl
igenta for the United States. " "
Price t3 per bottle. Large bottle, donbla alie, t5.
Tba usual discount lo tho trade. Ron!, securely
?eked, on receipt of prlco. to any tdJross, with dlrec/
lons and pamphlet, by aj?resuln?; to.
..F. A. DTJFORT A CO.,
Bola Agenta for Dr. Hieord's P. L.,
May M lyr . Ho. M Poid Street, New York.
?TDEAUTY.- Auburn. _t-tr,
D ' Holden. Flaxen, and f?*^4?K
billen CURLS prodoccd by ff B
tho nae of Professor Da- B'***??
BHEUX'B FRISER LE ^feS, Mg
CHEVEUX. . Ona applies- Jaar )t
lion ?arranted to curl tha ^fSHnfTii
met straight sttd'sTtaboora^lYv!^19aV
si "of etthsr sax Into vravy rfrrgVata, or hoary mass!va
'- ' Baa basan used by tba fs?alooablee of Parla andi
oudon, with tho most Riatifyliig resnlts. Does no tn
lry to the hair. Price by mai . scaled and postpaid, tl.
toacrlcUTO circulars malled rac, Address DKItOElt,
HTJTT8 * CO" Chemists. No. ?83 River street, Troy, N,
'., Sola Agenta for the United ACatear.
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