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WEDNESDAY X10HNIN0, OCTODER 2, 1S?7.
THE: WINDING OF" THE SKEIN.
Tho orchard trees aio while willi snow.
Aa they wero ?Idee wilb bloom.
Foam-whit? aud Ute a Rea beneath.
Thc window of tho room;
And fitfully an April sun
Now went, now gleamed agaiu.
Dut longest (?learned, 1 thlnkt, to see
'ibo wiudlug of tbe aloin.
Wo wero two sisters. Maud and I,
Aud dwelt, aa abll wc dwell.
In tho Old house among tao ti ces
Our moth.>r linell so well;
A few old friends wo had, and prized.
No others aought lo gain.
But i he ll y one whoso nama recalls
The winding ul tho ecclu.
Our artist neighbor, Oluiuuut, loved
""'bo. orchard Uko a boy,
Tho blossom-roof, tho mossy boughs
Modo hall hie Bummer Joy;
And Uko a brother in our hearts
Ile grow in timo to reign
And una waa bo whose cunio brluRs back
The winding of tho skein.
There was a fourth Uial day. You guess
The story o a 'tis told;
Our cousin lock lrOm Farls-jay.
Nor coy, nor over-bold ;
But used to h?mago, uacd to looka, *
There was nu ncod to feign.
As Glemont found ero thoy begsn
Tho winding or tho skein.
I saw them aa thoy mot, and read
Tho wonder tn bis fsco.
And how bis artlsl-oyo approved
Her beauly and tho uraco
That kindled an admiring lovo
His heart could not rea rain,
. Though hard he atrovo wilh lt, until
The winding of tue ekeln,
' Tho Idle boora with idle to il
Wo apod, and talked between:
With all hot akUl our cousin wrought
A 'broidorcd banner screen;
And ao lt chanced that Clement's aid
bho was ao glad to gain,
And lo-could ho refuse to bolp
Tho winding of tho skein?
Bin? after ring the golden floss
About bia Angers rolled;
He thought-"Hor hair la brighter yet,
lt bas the truer gold."
I read thu in bis oyes, that strove
To turn I rom ncr lo vain.
And loathed my raven ire .sos through
Tho " Indine of ibo skein.
Round ?flor round they wound before
The task was wholly done.
And il* their fingers touched, the blood
Straight to bia check would run;
And If tho knotted sl,k sho cbld.
Her voice through every voln
Went with a th Ul af Joy, throughout'
Tho winding of tho skoin.
Hound arter round, unltl tho ond.
And wbon tho end waa tborr
Ho knew lt not, but aal with hands
Haieod in tho amply slr:
The rlaglug of Ibe merry laugh
Startled bia dreaming Malo,
And then ho knew bia boort onanarod
^ In winding ot Ibo skein.
Beneath the applo-blooms that day.
And many a day they strayed ;
I asw them through a mist of learn,
WhUc bard tor death 1 prayed.
. And atUl thoso blossom* Uko those snows
benumb ruy heart with pain.
And Maud koowa woll when I recall
Toe winding of the skein.
Tko flin ri est on Cotton BI artie t. v
OFFICE OF TUE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,]
cuaHioarroN, Tuosdsy Evening, October 1, 1867. I
Holders generally continued free sellers, sud, with an
activo demand, tho transacUoua wero large in propor?
tion to tho offering ?tock, pries remaining tho simo as
the day b sf ore. The oporationa amounted to about 326
balsa, say 3 repackod at 14?, 3 at 16, 30 at ice, 18 at
a at 17, lex. B8 at 17K. lt at 17?, u at ?Jf, g at 18,
SO at my;,?nd ion ut IBXc We quohi Liverpool classifies*
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.IO (?UOy.
Low Middling.17 ?
AUGUSTA, October 1.-GOLD.-Brokera are buying at
113, and Belling at Hi.
Bu.vin.-Brokers aro buying at 132. and selling et 135.
Bo ann.-A salo ol Msconand Augend o llctlxcad bonds
was made to-day at Bise. *
COTTON.-The market waa firmer to-day, mid prlcas ad?
vanced Xe, with a good demand for New York Middlings
at 17Xo. The sales amounted lo 351 hiles, as foUows:
1 all?; I, ol IC; 18 lilllie; J ut lt. ; 92 lit 17, 16 uti ? \ .
16 at 17K, a d ail bales st 17y,c. The receipts wore 301
bales, 177 of which were received last wcok, and not ba
Nor it-The lollowing salta, amounting to 89 balee,
ware mad- on Saturday, and not reported : ct al 17, and
26 bales at 17X eta.
WUXAT-Hud at ta SOaa 60; White at 83 40.2 60.
Coast-Pruno White ?1 cual 06; Yellow and Mixed ?1 ts
BAOON-Shoulden IC,',si7 ola; B. Sides 10 eta; C. R.
Sides 19>?e20; O. Bl cs 20a30X els. Hams 22a26c.
Now Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 27.-COTTON-Th? Liver?
pool telegrams which appeared In the mernina; papero,
reporting a further docuuo ol ,';d, and pulling down tho
3notations to 8,Vd for Middling Upland*, and 9d for Now
Tlasns, took our cotton circles quite by su rp riso. A
dull and drooping market was expected, or oven a fur?
ther reduction or >, d. but.fow looked for so large a fail as
Xd, foUowlng closely upon tho provioua reductions of
Afd daring Ult preceding turco days. Our own market
waa, consequently, brought to a stand still, until lalor In
the day, when a few buyore wera induced lo como for?
ward and avail themselves of tho opportunity ot filling
their orders at Inside rates. The Bales comprised 800
bales, at figures about y,a below our reduced quotations
of yesterday, and wo now qnoto Ordinary at 15
?18 oents; Good Ordinary at i6Xal7X cents; Low
Middling at ISXalSc, and Middling ut -a31c, bul with
the remark that these figures are to som? extent nomi?
nal, although predicated in part on actual sales. Ino
business oi the past three days comprises 700 bales,
making a total for tbs week of 1060 bales, against 1426
last week and 1076 thc week beforo. The receipts propor
for the woek (excluding tho arrivals from Mobile, Florida
and Taxa*, which ero included in Dian- respeeUve state?
ments,) comprise 1706 bales, against 1771 but week,
?bowing an iucrcase of ar, bales. The week's exports
embrace 2307 Lalee, all cuaalwiso.
STATTVZMT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand let Septembor, 1807. balee-16,260
Bscolvod to-day. ?22
Rec* Led pre ri otu ly. 0,998- 7,130
Cleared to-day. nono
Olsirsd previously. C,S81- 6,681
Stock on hand and on shlpooaid. 17,095
Mobile Cotton Statement.
MOBILE, Sept 27.
?Stock on hand lat September, 1867.bales. .3,714
Its reived thl? woek.4,018
Received previously.4,616- 9,138
Exported this week.1,162
Exportad previously.3,642- 8,691
Stock on hand and on shipboard not oleared
WILMINGTON, September 38.-TDBPZNTTNE.-About
2S8 bhls received and changed hand? at 84 for yellow
dip, and 13 60 for now hard, per 280 lbs.
Hriarre TrrarSHTTHB.-Market quiet. Sties of 218 this
at 63 He, sod 61 do at 63c per gaUon.
boam-Us? been in rather belter request to-day, but
pries* ar* somewhat lower. The sales are 734 boll, as
ioUows: 90bblsat ?3 12? for .trained; 300 do ?18318
i??JV*"?."1 ?nd No 3; Cl do at ?3 26 for No 2; 303 at $3
6*5* for Ho li and 81 do at M 26 for Bale.
ran-108 bela changed bands at 63 66 per bbl.
BALTIMORE, 8*pt*mbcr SO.-CoTTos-Conllnues
dull under unfavorab'.o cable advices; no sales to-dsy,
and quote noinlnsl Middlloi UpUnd 22 ct?
-iSSSKrJ!*! qui.?- ">d*lr' No "'?;' market un
changed aa to quotations.
KJ^^T?"^9 i0?,"1-?" toyury for Supers and
low grade Extra bolb of which are In light suenlv. Wo
have only to note a salo of 100 bbl? Uoward street Cut
Extra st 19 76, sod 200?800 bola, In Jobbing lots to tbe
trade, within our rango.
Oa.n?,-Tho offerlDB? of Wheat to-day wera com
prtssd of 1080 bushels while sud 8000 bushels red. Of
"?Rf tbs only salo reported was 368 ruishohj'infnrlnr at
6323; r?d wis ?tsady st yesterday's prices; included In
55 !*!* ?chela tough and common at 81 80a
M&?&.^9ft ?S Maryland and reuusylvama at
$3 36*380; 16 0 bnahels good do ?3 3Ss3 40; SN) bushels
SKjKffl^SJL?.?ind 10ou ?o??el* choice Marvland
and VaUej'82 60.2 66 for milling and ?ced. Coro.-iOOO
baabsls whlto ead no yellow offarod; ?slea cmbr.cod 1226
?2??,U V*.*' *e pr*me' ? W|5"aale, of
jellow. Oata.-30UO bnahoU roceived; lucinded l"sba
S?S!.*^? SS bushel*, primo Penna, lvenia on private
tjrms batundor?tood above70o; 300bushel? doit 70c
?^^.? ROOd do 814husheU ?drC^ ?nd
8j?bMh^ini.rlor60o. B,e-4W bu.heU offered and
H^a^?e?tS^."7 UmK*d ,t0ck otrorm8 ?Dd ?oidor, firm.
-J^SSSl^a5iS0J- P** consumpUve demand.
K^J^^^"^'T orde"' ,Dd Price? ?toady as bel
??lsW ^?^JP "???Kc; rib H.aes nie, ?nd
olear rtb ISO, Flam canvsased Uao . st 19.19 Wo- W"L
^onXS^rSdv?^^' S5" .*. ?uik Mea^S?
9&fckl3?&ktt&i tU**T *l U9X? <?r Haogoon
and ll X al Jo for Carolina.
li^LI-Ooo linne. In fair reqqast for lot* from Jobber?.
Weoiioti prlrct ?tenax ? before, via: For IJvorpool
Urnuiid Aluin H SM N] Flue SWJ 2? i?r sack. Turk's
h tar i Ma*Oc f'*r I'?'" rn"1' ?loro, n? lo imoiititr.
? WiiAn-Thc only ?alo to-day ?ortliv of iioto wat Iii) I
libd?. J? Herc?? ROO?! rc ?nlng at 12c, 4 UIOB. Market very
in m tor ull diM.'rl|illont.
\? HIM.i v - No ?lo<i roported aud quotation* entirely
( lin limul I lUnt'Uet.
OIKOIKM?Tt, September 27.-Tim mark'tel?te* quiet I
lor all articles ni quotation* below, tl.ouch liulilers aro
liol pressing llielr stock*. Then lie? os yet been no
movement tu MW" "r tlie u. at pacing toaton ; tit nett lt j
od, rvil for early deliveries.
M i -i i flinn It-nliit) nub I ni f2t.
Lau!)-Iii l.ilf .!. luuuil. with ii e,lei,ile sales tl I? lo !
lt',.'. Kin I ? ii lt ililli ?ti .1 bani of salo?! A fraction
over tlurc- urlcct.
UOLK al EATS-12>i and hi, els for Shoulders nuil
HACOS-ts quirt at ll; 17 amt 17}?o for Hlmiitilcr*. I'?
ll, ami Clear Sides, Packed i<lain limns nm dull at 18 lo
ldc; 8, C. choice lirmuls scarce, mid hold nt '.'J il tc. I teuf
liam? ave ,i,,n nt 17a I Bc, mid Pialo Ucel at ?21 to 21 An.
W11 le'.l T-Neill I ll.ll nt USC.
i nmieiirn in c Minni t':i cul i un ICallronil,
4S7 bales rot ton. x bales Yarns, 10 bbls ami DOO sacks
ri- H . "j tacks Ursin, su bbl? ltoidii, i o?r Hides, kr. Tn
Stenhouse .v Co, H ull, el Ac. ni. U \V Williams fi t?o, J
N ?tobi-on, M 111. h I -111 i 111 k Son. Wallace & Uro, Oracscr,
Lee. Smith .V i o. Coiled, DaitClWl & Co, JIIK Sloan, ll
I, .1 eil, i A- Co, .1 H Hangelt .V Co, (.'Inclus k Willeri: W
ll A ri 11 -1 ro Hg,J Camp-en k C?'. lt Am..lil. P Weidman, H
ll Binney, J M Marlin, I*. Il lluilgere A; Co, O Heeder. J
Mnrslmll, .lr, "1 ll Waller A- Co, ll Ilrnndcs, Kanapanx,
Lanueau .V Co. UUcy i Kenyon, Courtenay .v. Trcnliolm,
HI reel Urns .V Ce._
Per idcaiindtlp Manhattan, from Now York-1" C
Trcnliolm. Mrs I' Mackley, Miss Kuto Kerr, Mi s lt Car
rolhors, Mrs S C Sumtuis, c F McKay. Miss Marv McKav,
U ll l-eoiilinnlt, <i P IM warda. J 1 amii, ri ami wile, V
l.ntohnan, wile um] 4 chllilrcii. Miss C Murray, MI'S A O
Conner, Mit* Mary Muicb, W 1> Hpnipuc and wife, Mrs C
N Averill, Me i )....il-e Averill. Il M Mnrtliall. .1 II Hull.
Command! r A K Huellen, Mrs J M Wbilc. Mist Cork, J
A Ailinn ll Wilston, O F Lincoln and wife, J ll Hniubllu,
Itel li ll Hunter, nile au.I cbild.J Thompson, F. W lioa
ncv. Lieut ll U Davin, C ll Hunt, 13 Biennium, U Stark,
Mrs stark. Miss Knie Carroll, C Curroll, Eliza Green, (I U
Uoppock, f. Y Tremain, .1 Purcell, and l'J steerage. Thero
wi re two births mid one death on Ile. passage.
nu?ci m- ral MUON.
First Cf. r,lh, nh. 47m. even I LastC;. 20th, ah. 47m. mora
Full M. lUlli, HU. lui. mom | New M. 27;'.i.7li. 43m. mora
POUT Ol ' t: ll A R I, IC STU N
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Nuw York-loll Sat?
urday. Mike. To street Uro? ft Co, J E Atlecr At Co, C
D Alu eon A- Cn, A ll Abraham? A* Sou, J D Aiken & Co,
D A .Minne. U W Aloiar, Umtali A Co, Uart k WU th, ll
DIscbolT A Co. Block J: Loyn?, F. Hales & Co, W M Hird
k Co, ii UcalUC A: Cu. T M Uro loll, Mrs ll I. Butterfield,
Il Hi indi H. bi ov, n k liver, D Briggs, Agent, J ii LUggott
5 Co, A li U Ag- nt, W Carrington A: Co, J C il daunton,
T M Cater. I, Cohen A: Cn, Cameron, Btrkloy ft Co, W Ii
Cbafee, G Conner, T 1) Clauccy. E ll At J Cobcu k Co, U
L, Campbell. Knox A Co, W S Corwin ft Co, <J D Carr At
Co, Z ll Oakes, lt .v A P Caldwell. K David. W II Du kan,
J W Denny, J A- F Dawson. J li Devercaux, M Drake. E
J 1 ia M I in .a Co, Duwil? k Moire, Dowbig, Burkett k Co,
II Dtley, J M Eaton k Uro. F Eulclmnn, D F Fleming k
Co, ,1 s Fairley k Co, O W Flach, M Finllng, E J il Fle?
cker, Penlaton A: liobnee, T P Forreston, I L Folk A Co,
U Feldman, J li Uno cr, p L OuiUomln, W On.uey, I ll
Hunt, Goudkop A Ucuthuer. Ooodiich. Wincmtn Ar Co,
(ion .V Smith, Umber k Marlin Qraoser, Lee, Bmtth k
Co, C Graveloy, F Horsey, Major T Ii liuut, Hart As Co, J
Hco-cmnu A: Uro, J iiurkainp k Co, B Ilclnzo, Hastie,
Calhoun k Co, Jell tda k Co, J II M, A Hiing. J C A Co,
Ii Klalto A- Co. killick, Wlekcnb rc k Co, T Kelly, Kins
mau A: llowell, I Klein, J P Kein. J D Kennedy, J A .7 Ti
Kir.i alni k. K boy A: Co, W li Kidd, O Ii Llnsledt, W M
Lawn m, U Litacbgi, L LoreDZt, Ladite k Leeount, H w
Lutz ..io A Lancer, I i-i:lbinau, Lauroy A: Aloxandor,
D Lilllonil.sl, B La Torro, ixuignlck A Sell. Lubra k
Stelling, W Matuteasen, Agont, T Murphy, J II Mensing,
lt li .McDowell k Sou, Mllnor, Wllour A Martin. McLo,
6 ltice, Muller, Nimitz fi Co, W Marscher, P Moitzlcr, J
Mayer, Murphy, Llttlo k Co, Mowry k Co, J M Martin,
Meiiricm. k Woblimnnn, J II Muller. B Marco, Ii Mc
Kouuou, Manlouo A Co, McKay A camp nell, J Minter, W
McCo . b A- Co, North, eieel.i k Wardell, D (/Neill k
Bon, D O'Neill, J C OJetnan, J F O'NcUl k Son, ll E Pen?
ni], (i E Pritclielt. D Paul te Co, J H 1'ringle. A Parker, J
A Quackcabllsli, E li Podgers k Co, J Kuttell, ll in.Hi, J
li io nm Le i, W K llynn, J lt ilea i k Co. Il Rosenthal, L
Schnell A co, O W Bullens A: Co, Southern Express Co,
li F Slrobecker. Slieplirrd A coben, E U bloddanl A Co,
C Stockley, -.?loll. Webb fi Co, P Scliuekinan, D Ii Silt ox,
Stein ; a. v .tires Ai Co, W IStecle, E .-c.tt fi Co. J L Tor?
rent k Una J ll Tognl, A M Konnody, W () Trott, UUcr
bar.li, Campton fi Co, li lt Viananakl, Wagcncr, Heath
Ai Motilen, F Woyhintnu, Q Wnrcman, Q W William? k
Co, Werner A Ducker. W A ll, ll Warner A Co, Railroad
Agent, W O Wblldcn A- Co, V Yglcsins, W J Yates, O JJ
Uoppock, Order, anti otbere.
Stoamtklp Sea UuD, Dutton, Baltimore-07 hours.
Mdse. To Monica.-u k Co. Courtenay k Trcnbolzn,
llollroad Aucun.. Mod, Webb k Co, W Hocbcttor, Wsto?
nor, nun li k Monters, C Volght, J Tbomptou Ai Co, J E
Auger k Co. Uittol. .v co. U il M?Mtu. Adam?. ?ro.t k
Co, j li uravcr, ll. c.Si ill, Bleubouro k Cu, JalTordn Ai
Co, J Wiley, W O WhlMcn k Co, J . eba?, J Harley. T J
Korr A: Co, Unotcr, Lee, Smith A: Co, j Uecseman A
Uro, Wi Us A Cliitolm, J A Quackeubush, W Knobloch,
W L Webb, O H crown, H "ulwinklc, Usleudorff Ai Co,
E U Bodger? k Co. I.ulm. k SloUltug, J ll Muller, H Bis?
choff A: Co, U Kia! io k Co, C N Av, rill A Bon. Killick.
Wiekanbnrg A: Co. Uon Cauby. Ooo lt O Tylor, F von
Sauten, W li Chalco. li Uulwlnklc, W Gurney, Kavcnol
k Barnwell, O W Btcflcns k Co, J C ll ciau-ecu, A Bis?
choff, Coben, Oanckel A: Co, ll M Huller. I lt WU Arm?
strong, Laurey k Alexander, G A Locke k Co, A John?
son, Holtmann Bros, Werner ?V Ducker, W Marsohor, and
Ung Volant, Dodge. New York, 8 dayt. liav end raving
Stonos. To Bitlcv lc Creighton, P O'Donnell, King A
Steamer Planier, White, Georgetown and Pee Dee.
123 bales Cotton, 103 tierce? Hice. 26 bblt Naval Hloros,
and Maze. To ,1 Ferguson, Moo i y k Co, Baxgclt k Co,
Adams, Frost A: Co, J fi J D Kirkpatrick, Bereven A- Nes?
bit, U KlatUi k Co, (lo. dun lt ii At Hon.
Behr Anti B Deo?, from Weil Point Mill. 19 bbl? Rice.
To W C Uco At CO.
Wont tn Mea Ventonia}*.
Steamer Dictator, Payne, Palalka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina ?nd Savannah.
I ?'rom thia Port.
Btlg W H Bickmore, niel,moro, Baltimore, Sept 24.
MS'? OK V lOS'll : i.s
DP, or.EAP.F.D AND KAILF.D FOR TIHH POUT.
nritlsb bark Vninuri. Tbompiton, up.Sept 10
Hr bark J Cuuiinlni;, Dook??y, up.August 29
Urilith bark Florence Chipman, Junia,, nailed... .Sept 3
Br bark Queen, stuart, sailed.August 19
Tno Chattanooga, Frei niau, nailed.August 19
The Cliarlestob, Morley, outorod outward..S?pt ll
Tho Trilon, Kcogor, sall esl.Sept 4
nm II un r, UK.
Bohr B It Jtmotan, Jamoaon, up.Sept 6
Brig A D Torrey, Sellars, cleared.Sop! 9
Brig Galveston, Morryman, up.Sept 4
rtrl,; Kcytlouo, Bartor, cleared.Sept 20
Scbr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, up .?.Bopt 28
Sehr J Crockor, Lowe, cleared.Sopt 19
Sehr Maine i aw, Johnson, up.Sept 18
Sehr Ct loo. Hatch, cleared.Hopi 25
Kt. amK)Iip Alabama, Limeburner, cleared.Hopt 28
flcbr Aznoiicus, Mott, cleared.Bept 28
behr N W Sn,iib. 'l ooker, cleared.Bept 23
Behr E A Cooklin, Daniel?, up.Rapt 18
Bohr B N Utwklnt, Wyatt, up.Sept 23
i'll 11.A ll CL eui A.
Behr F W Johnson, Marts, cleared.Sept 16
? OEonoETotvN, n. o.
Behr J A Hall eek, Crowell, sailed.Sept 19
tTTTnisKERS anti Ulm- ,<rtp?_
TT TACHES forced to
grow upon tho tmoolbett &??jH
lace in from three to Ave ?TCT *y
wis I.? by using Dr. silvio- W?Mm
N E ' fl HESTAURATEUR B?tflL
CAPILLAIRE, thu mont ^ttBW?tw
wondarful dlacorcry in mo- *BBw"^
?lcm science, acting upon '.P'
the Board and Hair In an almost mireculons manner, i
ha? been used by tho elite of Paris and London with the
moil fluttering aucocsa. Names oj all pnxobaecra wll
beroglstorcd, end If entire oaUafactlon la not given In
ovcry Instance, the money will bo cheerfully refunded.
Price by mall, scaled and postpaid, $1. Descriptivo cir?
cular? and testimonials malled free. Address BKROER,
BHUTTS* CO., Chemists, No. 283 River street Troy, B.
Y., Solo Agents for the United Slates
THE EAST FLORIDA BANNER,
OC'ALiA. MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. HM n u, Editor and Proprietor.
B. C. DEDRTJHL, Assistant Editor.
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throuijhout tho mott populau? end wealthy portion?
Business men, desirous of Introducing their buvineaa
through Ibat ?ecUon, would do wei I to advertise lo lt?
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li published al Marion, B. C., in the centra] portion
of tho country, and offors a favorable medium io Mer?
chants, Druggists, Machinists, and all clasica who desire
to extend their business In tho Pee De? country.
For the benefit ef our advcrUilug palrobs, wo shall, In
addition to our tubsrriptlou litt, which I? csintbantly in
creating, publlnli and dl?tributo, Rratnlloualv, coplos of
the STAR, during the business seaton thu Fall.
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November 211 Editor and Proprietor
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Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGO I NO. V yard
Dundoo. 30 Ca CS
Gunny Cloth. 25 K ? 2S
BALE ROPE, *3 ft-Manilla. 34 Gv 25
Western. 13 GS IS
Now York. - GS -
Julo. I2K? -
UK EA U. V lb
Navy. - Ci -
Pilot. 10 OS -
Oraokure. 12 fi 10
HKIVKS, V M. ?.00 1420.OO
?UtAX, Vt 100 lb?. 33 6? -
COTTON'. V? ft
Ord'unry to OoOd Ordinary. 10 GS lfi>(
Low Middling. IT Gi -
Middling to Strict Middling. 17,SC(, 18>i
U001I Middling. 19 Ct _
Son Island. 45 GO CS
BAUBLES, ft lb Ostenn. 2? es -
Adamantino. 32 2?
Tallow. 1? <a 20
COFFEE, T. th-IHo. 21 GS 30
Lnguayra. 2H <u sc
Jara. @? 45
CORDAGE. V* lb-Manilla. - GS -
Tarred American. ?0 GS 2d
CORN' HEAL, ?t bbl. 0.1)0 GS -
COAL. V ton-Anthracite. 9.60 ?lr.00
COPPER, v, rb-Hoed. cs GJ cn
Peruvian Guano, ft ton. 100.00 CD -
racine Ouana, v 2000 lb?. 75.00 ? ? -
DatiRh'a rhOBpbr.lc, \t 2000Iba... C0.0O (t -
lUiodrsT Phosphate. V> 2000 lb?... fiS.OO GS -
Mapos'Siipcrrhosphato,?, 2000 lb CS.00 (a) -
Zcll's Haw Bono Fhoephalo. SS.Ort f?l -
Zell'B Super Phoaphateof Lime.. 110.00 GS -
FISH-Cod. V H? Ht.I T OO GS 9.00
Herring, V* box. 45 fi so
Mackerel. No. 1, V half bbl. ll.HO <., ll.r.n
Mackerel, No. 2, V half bbl. 10.110 G? HI. 60
Mackerel, No. 3, bbl. - CS -
Mackerel. No. 1, by klla. - Cu -
No. 2. - ce -
1 No. :i. - os -
j Sardinen. V IOU- quarter boxe?.. 23 Ce 23
Hair boxea.... 4H CS SO
FLOUR, yt bbl-Super.11.00 (3) -
Northern and Wcalcru Extra.12.00 r<* -
Ualtimorc Extra. 12.00 Cy -
Southern Su [HT.11.00 (ai -
Extra. 12.00 CvlJ.CO
Family. 13.00 fit -
FRUITS-rniucH, M lh. 22 ?J -
Fig?. 40 fu. -
Dried Apple?. 10 CS 28
AlmondB, ?oft abell. 3S Ca 40
llaialna, M. H.. V? box. 4.00 er C.IKI
Hnlaloa, Layor. 4.CO Cc ceo
Orang?e. - CS -
Lomon?, Vt box. 1G.00 Ca 17.ou
GLASS, V? box of CO fuel
American, 8x10.?. C.CO GS 0.00
American, 10x13. 0.00 GS 0.60
French. 13x14. 7.00 CS H.uu
GRAIN-Maryland Oat?, V* bushel. - ? -
Western Oat?, H bnahol. - CS -
Corn, tl? bushel. LOO CS 1 .?6
Ileana, ft buabol. 2.00 lg 3.0u
//A I', V? cwt.-North Uiver. 1.25 GS -
Eastern. - GS -
HIDES-Dry, *p lb. 10 @ 12
INDIGO-fi lb. 1.00 CS 1.78
IRON-Relined, y lb. 07 Ml U7,'j
Swede. 09 efl M
LATHS, fl M. *.oo ca 4.00
LIMB-Shell, "ri bbl. - CS -
Soulb Carolina. 1.00 ?r) -
Rod? po rt. 2.00 CJ6 2.26
Cement. 3.76 CS 3.60
Plaster Paris. 4.00 GS 4.CO
LUMBER. (U M. feet
Clear Wbllo Pine. Iel duality. 50.00 @B5.00
White rino, good run. 38.00 GS40.00
Yellow Piuo. 20.00 @25.00
Hoards, V M. [eel-Hough.12.00 (?16.00
Grooved andToiiKtied_28.00 6433.00
LEATHER, country taonod, Vt H>. - i -
MOLASSES, V? gallon-Cuba. 43 @ 60
Muscovado.I 66 CS 05
Sugar HOUBB. 60 GS 1.00
Nuw Orleans...;'. 70 fd B2
NA VAL STORES, -4* bbl-Tar. - CS -
Fitch. - fa -
Ho,.in. Palo. 4.60 CS 0-00
Ho jin. No. 1. 3. CO CS 3.76
Rosin. Ho. 2. 3.00 GS -
Roam. No. 3. 2.70 CS 2.86
Suirith Turpentine, %t gallon. 60 Gs 61
I J.I nil IO "M I?. IO Ut -
NAILS-American. 4@20d, V* keg. 0.60 @ 7.00
American Wrought. - fa -
lathing. 7.KO ?410.00
G al vani i cd. 30 ls -
Spikes. 13 CS IS
Ol IS-Lord, tr* gallon. 1.40 ?4 1.46
Linseed. V? gallon. 1.04 1.0 I.Cu
Hpcnn, Winier, "P gallon. 2.05 -QI -
Cottonseed, lt gallon. - GS -
Castor (E. I.), <n gallon. 3.00 fi -
Olive, V dozen. 8.00 ?10.ou
Kerosene, V gallon. 62 fi 04
. Dentine, ?I gallon. CO fi -
PROVISIONS-Bott, mess, ?1 bbl.1S.O0 1330.00
Dccf, primo.14.00 GMO.00
Pork, meei. 28.00 GS -
Hump. - GS -
Iiacon, Hams. V lb. 18 GS .4 >.
Dacon, Bides. 1BXCS 19Jj
Bacon, Shoulder?. 10 Cai ld.
Dacou, Strips. 18 0 -
Lard, In keg. I2)?GS 16
lintier. 30 CS 40
Okocao. 15 CS 04
Potatoes, V bbl. 4.00 GS -
Onion?. 4.00 GS -
Apples...... 8.00 (.? 9.00
PAINTS-Wblto Load, ft ft. 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 GS 12
Zinc, White.I 12 CS 16
PLO IV STEEL, ?jr lb 12 GS -
RICE -Carolin:,, V 1?!. I ?.Sit H
East India. - CS -
SLATES-American. V ?wuire.12.CO Gil -
SHINGLES, V? M. 7.00 GS 8.00
Wbito Pine, flrat quality. 12.00 & -
.SALT- Liverpool, coane, tl sack. 2.CO GS 2.76
Liverpool, Uno. - CS -
SOAP- Bar. V lb. ll GS 15
STARCH, ft tb. 10 GS 12H
SPICES, tu ft-C?sala. 1.00 CS -
Mace. 1.76 CS -
Cloves. 76 GS -
Nutmegs. 2.00 CS 2.KO
Poppor. IO a -
Pimento. 40 CS 60
Raco Otnger. 30 GS -
SPIRITS, ? gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 CS 0-00
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 GS12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 CS 3.76
Gin. Holland. 4.76 GS 6.00
Oin, American. 3.00 GS 3.75
num. Jamaica. 6.00 GS 0-00
Rum, N.E.;. 2.60 GS 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.Oil 19 6.00
Wbiikcy. r.. elided. 2.30 GS 2.40
SUGAR, V ft-Baw. 13 GS 16
. Crushed. 18 CS l?>i
Clarified A. 17 CS IB
Clarified B. IT CS 18
Clarified C. ICM Ci 17
Loaf. IB ?jp H.
Porto Hlco. 14 CS 10
Muflruvac" . 13 CS 10
SEGA RS-Domes I le manufacture, Vt M. 18.00 GS4K.0?
TEAS, ft ft-Imperial. 2.00 GS 2.60
Gunpowder. 2.00 CS 2.00
Hyson. 1.60 cs i.eu
Youug Hyson. 1.60 CS Loo
I Black. LOO CS 1.76
' TOBACCO, ft lb, aa per quality. 40 CS 1.60
TIMBER-novru Umber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 CS13.0U
Ash. - CS -
Poplar. - CS -
Hickory. - CS -
XIX-l C BooQng Plate. 16.00 CS -
IX Rooting Plate.17.00 CS -
IC Tin Plato', 10x14. 10.60 CS -
I X Tin Plato 10x14.17.00 GS -
I O Tin Plato, 14x20. 10.00 GS -
Block Tin, ;. . (0 fi ~
TIF/iVi3-Cotton, V? ft. 76 @ -
Baling. 45 SS -
Hemp. 45 CS -
Jato. BO CS -
VARNISH- Bright, V gallon. 25 @ -
P? rafi.no. - ?4 -
VINEGAR-Whit* Wine, V* gallon. 60 CS
?Mar. so CS _
French. 1.00 CS L26
WI XE, Vt gallon-Pori. 9.60 25 O 00
Madoira. 2.20 GS 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 CS 6.00
Claret, f, case. 6.00 GS13.60
Champagne, y basket. 25.00 CS30.00
ZIXC-Sheol. V* ft. 26 GS 27
" Prevention is Hot tor tuan Cnre. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
Arr HOV RD AND HIOHLT RECOMMENDED BY
the French Medical Faculty, aa the only safe and
liithlUble antidote against Infection from Sp?cial Disease*.
Thia lnvaluablo preparation ls suited for either sex, and
has provod, from ampia experience, tho moat enr?lent
and reliable PrevenUve ever discovered, thus oSecting a
desideratum long Bought for In thc Medical World. If
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a tinglo application will radically neu?
tralize tho venereal virus, expel ali Impurities from tho
absorbent vessels, and rerder contamination Impossible.
Be wise tn tune, and at a very small outlay, atv? honra ni
untold bodily and mental torments.
ThiB moat reliablo specific, so universally adopted In
tho Old World, ls now offered for salo for the first time In
America by F. A. DUFO UT & CO., only authorised
Agents for the Bolted Slates.
Frico 83 par botUa. Large bottle, double sixe, 16.
Tho usual discount to the tradol Bent, securely
parked, on receipt of price, to any addrosa, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. D?PORT & CO.,
Sole Agonis for Dr. IUcord'e F. I-,
Muy 20 lyr No. 12 Oold Street, Now York.
M WORLD ASTONISHED
AT TUX TTOTOiarm, naVEI.ATIOUB
MADE BY THE GREAT A8THOLOOI8T,
Madame H. A.PERRIQO.
SHE REVAL9 SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
Rho restores to hspplnoss those who, from dolsfol
o oo Ls, catastrophes, crottes In love, loss of relation? end
friends, loss of money, tc, have become despondent.
Hbo brings together Lhoio long separated, gives Informa?
tion concerning shsant friands or levon, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you tho business you ere bost
quail Oed to pursue and tn what you wlU be most success?
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icu will roarer, gives you thensmes, likeness and char.
lelerltlics of Ibo port?n. Sha reads your very thought*,
and by her almost supernatural powors, unveils tho dark
snd hidden mysteries of tho future. From tho stan wc
see In the firmament-tho maieflo tiara that overcome or
pr, dom?nalo In tho configuration-from Ibo aspects and
position? of tho planeta and the fixed stan In tho heavens
al the time of birth, abo deduc?s tho futuro destiny rd
man. Fail not to consult tho greatest Astrologist on
earth. It coats you bul a trifle, and you may never again
have mn favnmhlnanopportunity, Oontyiltallon fee, with
likeness and aU desired lolormstlon, 81. Parties ll vi UR
.t a distance can consult Ibo Madame by mail with equal
safety and satltfsclion to themselves, se If In person. A
full and explicit chart, written out, with ail Inquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt o.
price obovo mentioned. The strictest sccresy will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned ordoatrey
rJ. Heforencetof tho highest order/mrnlshed thossi r.
airing them. Write plainly the day of the month an J
year in which you were born, enclosing a small loo ot
"Address, M ADA!? H. A. PERRIOO,
P. O. Daawra 203, BOTTALO, N. Y.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER,
CONNORS & CARTER,
"PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
XT La ncaa ter 0. IL, S. 0, Having a Urge auhscrtption
?.st, u oovr? a Orronbls medium to Merchante and all
"Tertia?n who dssin to eitond their bnsltuMs In fte
upper Districts of tho BUts. Kates of advertising, Ub
eraL Sp?cini?n oopy ofpspsr ?ant on acplicsvtion.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
?ILL HAIL TO THE C0K0IIBB0R!:
HOPE F?ll THE MSP?M.INI. INVALID.
ur.ri:it NOT THU U8K ov
I'llLMOMI! ELIXIR SP?PI11.
MANY WHOSE DKCLINIMI III AI.IH. ra?ca
was |.r.v.iriim-. vi l their recovery despaired ot,
rio linn ?Hu gnvtrtitl i MBWMKIH 1(1 ';|" AH-Wi?o lu .
??.cr, offer hcarifell (luniks lor lilla tillich remedy. Dur
lng tho short time atom UH public lim odie lion lalo use.
Ibo Originator lin? must happily risllzc.l lier ino*! san
Kinne ezpcclatlons lu Istenifrstntrrtan issuing fr.cn all
quarters of Its uii|iaralctlril eural I VT |ut>Mrtlsss, lur lu nu
caso wbcro lt baa IMvii udiiilulster.'. willi renard lu di
rrctlooa, autl pemeicrcil in, bas ll talk il In bs beneficial
In resorting lo lids remedy, Hie Invalid can depend
upon Hie safely of every article in Hs prepaudion, mid
willie H screleralns (lie luallliiul I, actions ul cadi nrgau
and vessel. Hie uiiudcan be pe? elly irve fro-.! npprc
hcualon of nuy Biibtle in,,ri ali.m ur\nn Insinuated hilo Ita
Tue appetite, which Improves under Us a.luiiiiislraliiiii,
la at liberty to i min ic prudently In whatever nuti inn nt
is palatable, digestiv? and winden.mr, mid ulule ii ls nu
inore iban proper Ut avoid eiimsurc lo In-sh cold, m, lear
need lie entertained ol any liability under Ibis conrea lat
treatment to Induce lt. it I- u pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quite aijreealilc tu Ute laste, ami HU n lung re
vivifyer and balsam of health, il Isl dlslliiuiii-liliiK ilseiras
wllhout pmeedent, and we trust will, ore lom;, .lum lor
Itself geuoral nee ls in nth m fur lin unrivalled nlllcacy.
For sale hy thc Proprietress. Mrs. i t el I.IA KODlll
OUT'S, northwest corner or M nil Nu ANO SOCIETY
HTItEElV, Olid principal DrUKijh.la.
IWCst MI SO I.K UOITLE 11.43.
April 1 _ lyr
WE HAVE USED OAXLICHI AX'8 TILLS. AND 1TND
that they will do all that ls claimed for Hiern, ami
cheerfully recommend them lo public (ivor.
T. IL WATTS, Ez-Governor nr Alabama.
J. w. A. SANDFORD. Atfy rieu'i of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUOI1?.UTY, Judge Supremo Court Ala.
From TOOK AB .1. J um. c. Judge Supreme Court.
1 have unod UALI.IOI* IN'S PI bl.S ou my plantation
for 1 ever and Acm', and rt nd them ail lied IB e'vinicd for
tbem. THOU. J. JIIDOF.
Monlgomcry. Als.. Soptcmlier 29,18S9.
Lui. sn, s ('OUNrr, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVEIt AND AUL'E bil.I.s will do
They ari) decidedly ibo beal medicine for Chills and rc
vor I ever gave. I would not be without them for Uti
times tho prier. J. A un \M.
A?renteos, April 17, 18fi7.
One box of GALLIOIIAN'S TILLS cured mo perfectly
or Chills and Fever. They are tho best medicino lot
i hilts and Fsver I aver saw. A. Cl. Tt?NAI.DSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter Couuly, (ia.
MosTOO.wtnv, AU., July tl, lftfiC.
Mesara. BLUNT A HALE-GESTS: I havo used youi
ClALLiOHAK't? PILLS on Iwo occasion? for Chilla ana
Fever, anil lind that they ched all (hat they ara intend
ed lo do. Tbcy aro tba beat remedy lor tho disease tint
I bave ever tried. I consider (beni perfectly reliable.
Respectfully. DAS'L KAYHS,
G nur) Sec. tlraud Lodge ot F. and A. M. of Alsbaina.
ALBANT. Os., March lt, 1817.
I have used QALL1QHAVS FILLS in forty caw*M
. Chills anil Fever, willi permet miccoss. Tiley aratLi
baal Fever and Aguo lill pul np.
A. I?. FAN!.
WHOLESALE IS" CiTAHLESTllS, HT
uoomucll. iviXKK?H A: co.,
No. If) Mecllng street.
And by all Druggists.
LU.Ul VI vb n.M.i:,
May li OHIO Montgomery, Ala.
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE (1TN.
QOLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
Vf BLEAT NUTRIENT,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN AUDITION TO OCR llfTSIHUSS OF SELL1N0
WINES, otc, In original ; ?.--ase. \ i t.d In order to
?usure to consumera Pure Liquors in a compact andcon
vcailont form, wo commenced tao enterprise m bottling
and packing In caaes car well known Wines. Brandies,
VVUlsklos, ?c., and have sent thain out lu n stylo that
would preciado tho possibility of their being tampered
willi before reaching ibo pnrrbxtor. The general appre?
ciation and gratifying success the! has rewarded our
efforts baa encouraged na lo maintain tho cumdurd aa ro
ganU quality, also io make l uer ?sae I efforts in retain ibo
confide nee and paironago which baa been so liberal J V be?
stowed upon UH. DIMINUI lt .il CO.,
[Established 1778.) Importers ol Wines, kr..
No. 18 Hearer street, New-York.
'Ibo abovo popular gonda are pct up lu cases consuln
lng ono dozcu bottles each, omi uro enid by all prominent
Druggists, Orneen. Ar.
Opinions ot tile Press.
The nama or Blmngor k Co., No. 15 Beaver street, ls a
: guarantee of tho ezact and literal (nub of whale vir they
1 represent.-rv*. I". Cent. Adrcrtittr.
The importing bouso nf Blnaigor k Co., No. 16 Beaver
street, ls conducted upon prindplca of iDlennty, fairness
I und Ibo highest honor.-.V. V. Kerning Kt/treu.
GOODRICH, WITOSHAN & CO..
N 163 MEETINO STREET,
Opposite Charleston Uni si.
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SF ( ( . l-.SSO tl S TO it 1 NI; di t ASS : UM V
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Wholesale Agenta, Charleston, S. O
There cometh glad tidings ol Joy to all.
To young and to old, to gi cat and to small;
Tho beauty which once was ao precious and rare,
Is n-oe for all, and all may be fair.
By the ase of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Complozion,
Tba most valuablo and perfect preparation In use, for
Rising tho akin a beautirul pearl-Uku tint, that ia only
foiled In youth. It quicks y removes Tan, Freckles. Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sal.owairss. Emptions,
and all lmpoilHes of the alan, kindly healing tho name
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Ita uta
cannot bo delected by tho closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation la perfectly harmleas. It ls ibo
only articlo of tko kind used by tho French, and ls con?
sidered by the Parialan aa indispensable to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 30,000 bo:Uss were enid during Ibo
peat year, a sufficient guanmteo of Ita efficacy. Price
only ft cents. Hsut by mail, post-paid. on reeulpt ul i.u
BERGER, Mle' '1*1 : i k CO., fl I nm i Pb.,
*tta River BL, Troy, N. Y
March ?0._ lyr
SUFFER NO MORE!
When hy Hie u.w Of DR. JOIN VII.I.b S ELIXIR you
can be ra rmi permanently, sa J at a trifling coal.
The astonishing sucosas* which baa attended ibis In
valuablo medicino for Physical and Nervous Weakuaaa
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ol Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of Ute consequences of youUiAi.
Indiscretion, readers it tho most valnnble preparation
lt will remoro all nervous affections, depression, ex
dlSDieul, incapacity to study or baaluuss, lose of memo?
ry, contusion, thoughts of sell dcatrncdon, fears of in?
sanity, kc. It will restore tho ams-tile, renew Ibo health
of those who have destroyed Jt by acnaual czees, or evil
Young Men, bo humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tora" and ignorant rusrtJuonors, bnt send without delay
for the Ell slr, and be at euee restored lo health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure ls Qoaranteed In every in dunce.
Price ll, or four bottles to ono isidro's ?*i,
Onoboltlo lt sufficient to effect a euro In all ordinary
ALSO, DB. JOINYILLE'B flrECIFIO PILLS, for tbn
speedy and permanent cure of (ionorrliica. (Hoot, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections' ct
the Kidneys snd Bladder. Curas effected In from ono lo
Use days. They aro prepared from vegetable extracts
tbat are harmless on Ibo system, and never nauseate the
aaVanSStl or impr?gnete the breath. No chango of diet
la necessary while using them, nor does their action In
any manner Interfere with bualncia pursuits. Prit e il
per box. y
Either of tho above-mentioned articles will bo rent ut
soy address, closely scaled, and post-paid, by mall or
r i pren on receipt of price. Address all ord ors lo
BERGER. SHCTTH k CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 386 Hiver sirte!. Troy. N. Y.
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLOHENGE,
H. G., offers an excellant medium lo Merchants and
others who wish to extend their easiness In the Pee
Dee section af the State. Bates of advertising very rea
tooan ls. Sep lambs* IS
W. T. WALTERS & GO., '
TVIZLSTZES J^JSTJD LIQUORS
No. 68 EXCHANGE PLACE,
33 .A. XJT I JVC O IR/ IB.
SPARTAKBURG FEMALE MUERE,
I h u. SIMPSON BOBO, Spartauburg.
Ker. C. MURCHISON
Ju.lgu ?. O. P. VERNON, Spartauburg.
Rev. T. G. HERBERT, Ninety-Six.
Prof. A. U LUSTER, Sparenburg.
Kev.J. A. ?H)RTER, Georgetown.
?Major JOHN A LEK, Sparenburg.
Rev. M. BROWN, Columbia.
Major A. H. KIRBY, Spartanburg.
Rev. \V. S. BLACK, Newberry.
Kev. A. W. WALKER, Sparenburg.
Prof. WARREN DuPEEE, Sparenburg
J. ?. WILSON, Esq., Sparenburg
Rev. ANSON W. CUMMINOS, A. M., D. D.,
President and Teacher of Mathematics, and
Lecturer on Natural Science,"\o.
Mrs. I. II. CUM MINO?,
Teacher of Rhetoric, Mental and Moral
Mi.?a AMOK M. SHELDON,
Music. Embroidery, Painting, Leather
Work, Hair Work, &c.
Miss ALICK LOMAX,
Music, French, English Literature.
Miss SUE V. R. SHELDON,
French, Music. History.
Miss M. JANE WOFFORD,
Natural Science, Latin, &c.
H ICH!?? IO NH AlVi"> VACATION.
The Fall Session will open Oclobuv Sd,
18t>7, and close February 19th, 180S.
Thc Spring Session will open Febrility
20th, and close July 8th, 18G8.
Vacation extends from close o?' Spring
Session, to October 1st.
A few days recess at Christmas.
BuaiJ, pur Suamtm, in Currone?, . .. -?70 IK)
Contingent l'eu,. 1100
Music, vf ill, uso of Piano,.27 SO
Latin, Extra,. 10 00
French, Extra,. 12 Ot)
Embroidery. 15 00
Oil Pain!inf!,. .20 00
Grecian Fainting, for tho L'oursu,.10 Oil
Leather Work,. ?00
Hair Work,.'. C 00
FoaUior Flowers,. GOO
Wax Fruit Flowors. . C 00
Each .Music pupil receivesfifty lessons
during thc Session, and can usc a
piano for practice, from one to three hours
daily. There are six pianos in the College.
The toaclrcrs in this department have
had much experience, and excel a*i per?
formers as well as teachers.
This department is under thc immediate
control of the President, and the young
ladies constitute a part of his family. They
will have the constant care of the lady
teachcrs in sickness and in health. Tho
rooms aro large, well ventilated and well
warmed in cold weather. For tho style of
living at thu College, tho President takes
the liberty to refer to Rev. B. P. Franks.,
P. E., of Spartanbtirg District, who, with
his family has board in thc College, at thc
samo table with the young ladios and teach?
ers. Also, to Col. William L. DoPass of
Camden, Horace Nichols, Esq., of Colum?
bia, who also, with their familier, "have
been members of the College family. All
young ladies from a distance, are expected
to board at the College.
Have all had much experience, two of
them have taught over twenty-five years.
Thc young lady teachers all graduated in'
one of the best Female Colleges in the
South, and excel in their respective depart?
THE TEXT BOOKH
. Ju use can all bc procured in Spartan
burg, at reasonable prices.
The College has a beautiful and exten?
sive Apparatus, for illustrating the Tarious
bniuchos of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry
and Astronomy. Lectures on these sub?
jects, froe to all, will bc delivered during
Students coming by Spartanburg and
Union Railroad, should leave Columbia or
intermediate stations, on Monday, Wednes?
day or Saturday-they will then como
through without detention.
" It is confidently believed that while this
Institution offera high inducements, in tho
way of educational, social, moral and re?
ligious advantages, it holds out motives of
a pecuniary kind, equal, if notgroatcr than
any other. Look at thc advertisements of
this und other schools. North or South, and
parents will seo that thoy make a saving by
sending to Spartanburg.
After reading this, hand it to some one
who hos a daughter to educ?te, or post, it
up in ?imo public pince.
j THOSE INTENDINO to patronize the Col
logo, will confer a favor by immediately
addressing the President, at Spartanburg,
8. C. .
(,'OUTMIO (Hf ST!' I > V-TKX'l'
M? M >IvS-?.
Roadilig.-. .Salidora' Series.
Geograph.}'.i'oltoii'H ?ind Fitch's,
Knglish Qrauinier.Mullion's l'iac. I.CHSOIIH
Arithuiutio.Thompson'u Montai i
Dictionary.Webster's .School Eil.
IT HST YKAK.
Heading.Sanders' 1th Itondur.
Geography.dillon's and 1 Heb's
History United States.Wilson's.
Dictionary.Wuhslcr's Ililli School
Sc n'nco of Fiimih'ar Things. Wolle*.
Heading.Bunders' Ith Header.
Chcmistrv.FoHter and iuoinau's.
< ic iioi H I li eton .WilHo.i'a Mellool Fd.
Watts on Mind.Ktmnorson'ri.
Algebra.Davie's Firal Lessons.
Montai PhiloHopbv.. Uphatn's.
Uh dori c.Nowmau's.
F.vidoncca Christianity . .Al* Hantier*?.
nERTDENT OUADOATES* COURSE.
Philosophy of Natural History, denara! His?
tory, Pliyaical Geography, French and any of tho
OriinmoiilalH, with RoviowH of niiy pnrl of forjner
Bullion's Grammar. Header, Casuar, ole.
Fasqucllo'ri French series is used.
Woodbury's Now Method is used.
We uso Fiann without n, Master, H union's,
ltiehardHOn'ri, .w . dm.I ami llertuii's Instruc?
tion Books. In vocal, Mason's Normal Instruc?
tor, and Now Carmina Sacra.
Ci KIVKKA1( KrCMAII ICS.
Spartanburg Female College, limier ibo
patronage ol' tito South Carolina CWtcr
ciiee, wan opened IVir ihn admission ol'
pupils cm Mic l???tlt August, 185f>.
The sit? ol' thc College Biiikliiig? is une
ol* I he most pleasant and desirable location*
timi could haye been selected.
The Camplin eucloevs lifleeu acres or
woodland, on I lie summit ul' u hill, over?
looking the I own of Spartanburg, and it
half mile or mme, dist uni from il.
Occluded from ihe excitement:, and at?
tractions nf the town thoroughfare:'., with a
pure atmosphere, excellent water, and rural
quietude, thc pupils enjoy ever}- facility for
mental and moral culture.
lt may bc satisfactory lo rome to sec it
few from among the many of the newspa?
per and other notice:! that might be selec?
ted, which have generously been taken of
the College, location, teachers, Sec. Hut
our best epistles ure our former pupils,
scattered all over North and South Caroli
lia, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee,
Mississippi, Tesas and other States.
SPA UTA NU u lui FEMALE COLLEGE.-"?
fino oliinate, healthy location mid compe?
tent (faculty, recommend this College to
public patronage."-Miaute* <>/ S. ft Con?
ference for lStit?.
SPARTANuuHU FEMALE COLLEGE.
''This Institution of South Carolina Con?
ference, opens October 3d. il is under
tho Presidency of that experienced teacher,
Dr. W. A. Cummings. Its proximity to
WofFord College gives some advantage to
those who have both ?ons and daughters to
educate from home ; and thc renown of
Spartanburg for ita healthfulness and reli?
gious privileges, commends it to public fa?
vor."-Southern Christian Acleocate, Aug.
SPARTANBURO FEMALE COLLEGE.-"It
gives us pleasure to uunouuee to the pub?
lic, the re-opening of this popular institu?
tion, under the management ol'the Kev. A.
W. Cummings, I). D. The reputation of
the President ibr scholarship and adminis?
trative ability, should command for the
Institution a liberal patronage ; and we
hope that the friends of female education
will bestir themselves to give to this Col?
lege that support and encouragement with
which it was honored in former year?. Ita
representatives are scattered throughout the
land, and they surely ennnnt forget the
pleasant associations of by-gone days, and
disregard thc claims of their Alma Mater.
Let one and all do something to sustain
this Important educational interest, 'thal
our daughters may be as corner-stones, pol?
ished aller thc similitude of a palace.' "
Spartanburg Expr?s*, 186G.
HOLSTON CONF?RENCE FEMALE COL?
LEGE.-" Wo have boen pleased to learn
that, thc last session was eminently success?
ful, and with the present able and efficient
corpse of teachers, (three of whom aro now
in tho Spartanburg Fcninle College,) under
tho lead of Dr. Cummings, promises to
fulfil the fullest hopes of its friends."
Abingdon Virginian, May, 1860.
HOLSTON CONFERENCE FEMALE COL?
LEGE.-"Of the President, Hov. Ur. Cum
niugfl, and tho Faenlty, it is only necessary
o say that the present, examination does
lot detract anything from the high reputa?
ron that they hnd sustained for many
fears as able teachers and skilful managers
>f a literary institution. The Committee
feel safe in saying, in the lauguage of ono
)f tho oldest and most active Trustees,
Hon. N. W. Woodron, in regard to the
President, ? that they have the right man
n the right^dace.' "-Report of Examin
ny Committee of Ii'. J. F. College Mau 16,
IMI1 LA DEl.PII i A I N 1VHHSITY
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
?rganUcd lu nw. chartered
lay th* Legislature, Frbttiarv M. !H">:|. Nam r ebauged
bjf H l?gislative eoartlnrul lotus Eiic.iie asuduid Col?
lege, or Philadelphia, In IHio. In 1S?3 il piirctViS cd tbe
Pennsylvania Medical UtUeae, . -'abbi iied lu :%u< sod
Hie Philadelphia Medical Collette, which bud preewnvly
bei ii wnvsra into Ibo Pciin-i llama Sit ilieal College. Bi
18>ll ll purchased Ilia Penn M isl leal University. 'Lmi
Trustees ol' Hie sep?rale ?..>l- united, iictilioucil sud
obtslued s Hpbcl.ll Ad or Hie lavis,sture, cousolldatlug
du -. ui-iKUI i. n.- .unI eba. ging ih. n names lo tbs! nf tba
Philadelphia l.'ulvor.-ilv of Medic im- aud Surgery'.
March l.\ ISA.V All lb. ne Varions Arts are pilbil-bcd lu
Ibu SUIIIICH ol Pennsylvania, i'bc co-tor tho I lllhlbag
d mus-SUI wa.-; over one l um.li cd thousand dollars. lt
will broliwr.nl thal the Unlvorsliy, as now organized, ls
thc legal representative nf Hie lour Medical Coltrgcfl that
it ban absorbed, ll in a liberal nrbooiof lucdlcluo, cou
Hued to no,hutton, nor altarbisl lo uny un dh ni el I ip m
but embrai es m its teaching everything of value to Ibo
frtiionr.-ll hu two lull ai relotiH each year,commenc?
ing on Ibo Iel ol'October, aud coulinulng until tbe lat of
January, as its first sesBloa, and from tbs lat ot January
to the Int ol April, nu Hs noreuil; tho two conatltitUtig ono
full course nf Melares. It ban alco a summer aensiou,
linen, ma Hu Isl April a.ul rnntinulng until August,
for the preparatory branches, such an Latin, Orcok,
Mathematica, llolany, /.oology, chomistry, Anatomy
I'll.', .'.lol.iev. rte.
rickett.-Ticket-, lo Hie full course of lectures $120, or
(GO for each ses atoll. Fur Ibo summer or preparatory
rourse W5. tiraudstlni: leo tM. To aid youug men ol
mod?rale means, tho University has Issued live hundred
nclinlarnbipn, wbicb aro sold lo tirst-courso al?danla for
ii.audio second-course sttiilents and etergymeu for
SW, escli coiiHiltutliig ibu bolder ii lifo member, with tho
perpetual privilege-) of tbs lecture-, aud all thc toscbJiirfi)i
ol tho school, 'lho only additional lees aro a > carly dla
-, .lim ami matriculating ticket, each of which ls $5.
TAc a h a ..'M,/, ? iif.vrA/ilurisi/ii.- Thc student holding a
scholarship can enter the College at any time during tho
year, alton J an loug BS bo chooses, and re-enter tbe luau -
lullon as r.uqucntly as dc-lrcd.
It requires un provtou* reading or study lo enter tho
l'niv,,rinv ou scholandiipe, beute, all private mithin feea
Students, by holding BCbMaraMpi, eau prosecute olber
business n pari nf the time.
Tho candidate for gradualinu can present himself al
any time, uud receive lila denr?e as soon as qualified.
lu cue a stu rut should bold a scholarship and not be
able lo attend lectures, ll csu be transferred to another,
thus preventing auv los*.
Paroiits, guardlaus or filends of studauts wishing to
purchase scholarship lor them a year or moro belora
itioir attendance al Ibo University, can securo them hy
advancing one-half tho prire aiid paying tho balance
when the student culcra. Physicians, and benevolent
men can bestow great bcuefit upon poor young mau by
presenting Hiern a scholarship, and thus enabling them
lo outaln au honorable profcaslnu.
The Faculty ombniecs seventeen cminoul physicians
sud Burgoon*. Tho University bas associated with it a
l-rge hospita! clinic, wbeie every form of medical ard
surgical ,io i a-, in operated on and treated lu tho pres?
ence of thc class.
COU4C0C Ui'ii.nn.'?.-Hie College biilldiug, loeatod in
Mntli street, south ol Walnut, is the finest in tho city.
li- ri um In coll?giale guinn-, und ts adorned with cm
battlunioiila and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
and hmm u ni appcaranrc. Tho facade ts at brown atone,
unlamented by two lowers, nsing to Ibo elevation of
elgbly ted. aud crowned with au embattled parapet.
Thc building contains between tl ft y and sixty rooms, all
supplied with ....t. i, gas, aud every othor convenience
that modern Improvement eau cootiibute to facilitate
medical Instruction. Only live hundred scholarships
will be issued, and as two bundrcd and fifty are now
sold, those who wish lo ? ? ??aro ono should do no at one?.
Money un bc remitted by express, or a draft or check
neut on any National Hank lu ibo Hulled Slates, when
the scholarship will be relumed by mail, signed by the
President or Ibo Hoard uf Trustees, JOSEPH H. FISHER.
Esq., Bad the Hean ut tbe Faculty. W. PAINE, M. O.
All orders for s.-bolarship? or other busmen of tba Uni.
virally, abould ba addressed tn Profeasor W. PAINE, M.
lt.. Philadelphia. Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST ISSUED RY W. PAINE, lt. IA.
Professur ot the Principles and Practice of Medicine and
Pathology in the Philadelphia University or Medicine
end Surgery; author ol' Paine's Practise of Surgery; a
work on Oaetetrics and Materia .Medica, author of New
r-ebool Remedies; an Epitoma of Eba/lie'a Practice of
Medicine; i Review of Uotnxopathy; a Work on tho Ilia
lory ol Medicine; Editor of University Medical and Sur?
gical Journal, Ac, Ar. Il la a royal octavo of SCO paces,
and contains a full dcicrip?on of ul! diseases known In
medicino and surgery, Including those of women and
children, together with their pathology and treatment by
ail thc new and improved methods. Prico ST; postage SO
Adirel ibe author, No. M3 A Ki.Tl STREET, Philadel?
ALSO. A NEW WORK,
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iver published upon Malerin Medica, embracing all Lbs
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i nil regular Materia Medica. I T?OS ii: postago free.
Address as above.
smmit m suiu?'.
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Twente cuplet to ouo address.10.00
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