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THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1867.
WHY SHOVED THE SOUTH REJOICE.
An impromptu, reply to an invitation to attend a Fourth of
BY a. MOISE, JB., ESQ.
Rejoice for what ? For fields destroyed, for homes in
ashes laid ?
For malden at the altar slain, victim of fiendish raid ?
For blasted hopes, for ruined cause, for Davis in his
For hecatombs of hero? who in front of battle fell?
Rejoice for what ? Thht Jackson s gone, that Stuart 'a in
his grave ?
Their precious blood was freely shed our much loved
Und to save.
The brave young dead of .lollywood, could we but bear
Would cry from out their graves to us, "Speak uot the
word rejoice I"
The conquered banner, draped and furled, accusingly
'.Rejoice not that my starry cross no more shall see the
I flashed o'er many a bloody field, by victory oft was
But the gallant boys that bore me high now sleep m hal?
On Chickamauga'a heights 1 waved, on Shiloh's bloody
But never has dishonor's blight left on my folds a stain.
My stars are pale, my fiery cross is dun with blood of
Then, let no wassail shout be heard this day above ths.r
Let them sleep on, we mourn their loss in sadness and
We win not Join the reveUers that sport above their
The orphan's cry, the widow's wail, still heard on every
Would drown the loudest shouts of joy in this our sor?
RrCBHOXD, VA.. July 4, 1866.
C HAB LES TON MERCHANTS. -"We might as well
expect old sailors to go swimming in water full of
visiLio ?harks, in preference to bathing in safe
nooks, as tb expect the merchants of South Caro?
lina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, or else?
where, to flock to Charleston to be caught by the
land ?harks, in preference to going to New York,
where there is no arrest and imprisonment for
The above is the closing sentence of an article
in the last issue of the Greenville Enterprise, de?
fending General Order No. 10. Now we believe,
with tue Enterprise, that Order No. 10 was wise,
and approved by the people, but the above asser?
tion, denouncing the merohants of Charleston aa
"land sharks, ' we consider, in fact know, is a gross
calumny, well calculated to materially injure the
interests of a city which it is the duty of every
true South Carolinian to build up. There is no city
on ! the American continent whoso merchants are
more liberal and lenient, and who exercise a higher
sense of honor in their commercial relations with
the people generally than those?! Charleston. This
bas been the character of Charleston merchants
for more than a half century, and it ia to be re?
gretted that such an assertion as the above should
2nd apace in any decent paper. We cannot think
that the editor of tho Enterprise ia well informed
with regard to the high tono by which Charleston
merohants ' have always been actuated. When we
take into consideration that Charleston lost all her
capital for a cause which she considered io be
honor, the safety and the interest of the Southern
people, we should be liberal enough to believe that
she is still willing to accomplish, tbjngh by dif?
ferent means, the same object. We know the fact
that Charleston merchants, in many instances,
have made'propositions to debtors to settle claims
contracted before- and during the war, that hare
surprised the debtors themselves. We have
now in our possession claims from Charles?
ton merchants for collection, accompanied
by letters authorizing us to make the most
liberal discounls. Much of our time for
the last six weeks bas been spent In Ch;.:!--.-iJU,
on j.rofeasnnr.l business, and, while were, we
availed ourself of the opportunity of speaking to
many of the leading merchants with regard to tho
future prosperity of South Carolina and her sister
States. And while they considered "io futuro
rather dark, still they seemed to Teal satisfied tliat,
tf the Southern people whose habits, manners and
customs are alike, would unite in building up
their neighbors and show a willingness and dis?
position to patronize- Southern merchants and
build up Southern cities, the hopes of the most
despondent would Boon be revived. The man who
liva?ia tho Houth and can not conscientiously ad?
vocate home enterprises should pitch his'tent
* North of the Potomac. With the finest harbors
and the most eligible ports known inmaratime
history, with skill, industry and energy, our
Southern cities are destined, if encouraged, to
reach positions in the commercial world never at?
tained before the war. Baltimore- is fast becoming
the rival of New york; and even now leading
articles can be purchased in Charleston,
Wilmington and havannah on as good terme as in
Philadelphia or Boston. It is true that dealers
are not so numerous in Southern as in Northern
orites, but every article usually needed by country
merohants can be found. Every dollar spent in
the commercial ports ot Charleston or Wilmington
reverts, in acme shape or the other, to the citizens
of North or South Carolina; but every dollar taken
to New York and other Northern cities is lost fof
ever to the South. Then, if we would have South?
ern cities grow in commercial importance, we
must give them encouragement to enable them to
increase and enlarge the trade which their mer
chants are laboring so assiduously to establish,
and not have the merchants of the interior to be?
lieve that sheriffs and their deputies are posted at
the different hotels, ready to arrest and imprison
theta on their arrival for old debts. We have not
heard of a single arrest being made by Charleston
merchants since the war closed, nor do we behave
that there is a high-toned merchant in Charleston
who would hold his debtor to bail if there was any
evidence on the part of the debtor to rebuild hii
shattered fortunes and discount dis debts satis?
factorily.- Marion ?Star.
SHIPMENT OF COTTON.-We learn, that up tc
this time, upwards of three hundred bales of nen
cotton have been shipped from this District. Oi
this amount, one hundred has been shipped from
this point.-Florence Gazette.
TTrx CHOPS.-By the reports made to the Gov?
ernment, on the crops, it will be seen, that thc
products of the soil,' in South Carolina, for th?
year 18?7, will be at least fifty per cont, lirgei
than they were in 1866. This shows progress
and if we have failed in some parts or Marion,
let us be cheered with the hope, that there will bc
an abondance made in the State, to supply ail thc
wanta of our own people, without having to buj
provisions from abroad.-Marton Crescent.
Last Monday wa?our Sales day, and the nura
ber of wagons with tobacco, horses, mules, Ac
for sale, reminded us of our old daysjof prosperity
There was a large assemblage of people amone
whom sobriety and decorum reigned. Little wai
said of politic?. We trust in Providence and a re
turning sense of justice to restore the insult-, c
constitution to its wonted influence, and then al
wffl be weu.-tiWsIF
SAES DAT for October passed off vary quietly
Very few people, comparatively speaking, were a
the village, and consequently very little bnsinesi
waa done. Nearly every one whom we mot wai
locking for and inquiring after Messrs. "Green
backs,'' but they were not green enough, to th<
sad disappointment of many, to show themselves
What has become of these gentlemen it is mi pos
Bible for ns to tell-suffice it to sav, they have al
T0*t entirely disappeared from these "diggins.'
But the new crop ot cotton ia beginning to com<
to market, and m a few dav we hope tha. monei
matters will be easier.-Marion Star.
OcroBEB COURT will au on the 3d Monday in?
stant, matead of the 4th Mondav as heretofore
As Order No. 89 makes it imperative that juliet
shall be composed only of those who have paid
Z?r?*!P!&&2*. *?bt very much whethei
our Clerk of the Court will have time to get up a
jury m accordance with the order; it uot ol
?2?^ wdl be no court-simply a legal
mundie.. Who, under the circumstances, could
blame the pneoners now in jail, if they should
break ont and enjoy the liberty which" the btw
Caaby will modify his order so as to remove this
embargo, twfore our Court sits.-Marion Star
Tnt FAIL OF COTTON.- A considerable number
of our pjanneiu were rn town on Monday (salcsdavi
last, and the topic of conversation was' chiefly tue
present price of cotton. Much despondency ex?
ulted among them. Their calculations had all
been baaed upon much higher figures than those
now likely to be realized,
The business of our town is also suffering from
this cause, many not being disposed to sell then
cotton that is ready for market at present prices.
It is doubtless a mistake to wait in expectation
of an advance of price. From the nature of at?
tendant- circumstances tho pri e of the great
staple must recede, until it reaches its level. Anc
the production of Europe being so largely in?
creased since the interruption produced by thc
war, it is somewhat difficult to calculate what thal
level ie.- Sumter Watchman.
-Parepa has beeu einging to the New Yori
Tue ( liai teston Cotton Harket,
OFFICE OF TBE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
CoAiuvKfiXpV, Wednesday Evening, October 9, 18CT. . I
Ibo market oponed activo aud firtu, buyers generally
payiDg full prices, but later tatclligcnce from Liverpool,
announcing a fall iu rates, cooi ng to hand during the
morning, prices became weaker, and some transactions
afterwards indicated a partial decline ; salea 600 balee
say 2 at IS : 8 at lt>M : 25 at 15f? ; 107 at 16 : 78 at 16>?
?J at ICt: ; 5<i at 16?4' ; 87 at 17 ; 69 at 17S,' ; 0 at 17\', and
7? on terms which did not transpire. We quoto :
Low Middling.15 V,
havannah Market. 4
SAVANNAH, October 7.-COTTON-The market opened
tinner to-day. with a somewhat active Inquiry, the de?
mand being confined, to a great extent, to tbe higher
grades. Tba advance of sd in Liverpool, lu couuectiou
with New York bein;; firm at v advance, caused a much
better feeling on tin- part of srllers than was manifested
yesterday. Buyer-?, however, were prepared to meet it
"to a considerable extout, and the result was that the mar?
ket closed finn with tho fcUo.vmg sales of the day : 2
bales at 18c, 29 at 1713, 05 at 17, 7a at 17V 74 at 16, 26 at
15, Cl at 16X, >'.* at 15'j, 6 at 14, 3 at 13, 1 balo Sea Island
at 20, and 6 at 27c. Total sales 412 halos; receipts 917
bales. Wc quota as follows :
OrJiuary.13 a 14
Good Ordinary.14 a 15
Low Middling.15 a 16
Middling.U6>i a 17
Strict Middling. 17>i a_
Even running New York Middling held firmly at lSe.
WILMINGTON. October 8.-TUBFENTTXE-Market ra?
ther dull, and prices have a downward tendency. Bales
of only 32 bbls. at $1 25 for yellow dip, and $2 CO for
hard. ? 28U Its.
SPIRITS TCRP ENTINE-Sales of 40 bbls at 53c, 15 do at
53 V. and Cl do at 53^ a 54c <B gallon,
ROSIN-No change in prices. Sales of 723 bbls at $3 -5
for ?trained. $3 30 a 3 40 for No. 2, ?3 50 a 4 for No 1, and
?4 25 for pale.
COTTON-A small lot (4 bales) Bold at 16c for low mid?
dling, and 17c %? rb tor middling.
BALTIMORE, October 7.-COTTON-On Saturday there
was a sale, not before reported, of 119 bales Strictly Good
Middling Georgia at 21c, and to-day 20 bales barely Mid?
dling at 20c. Market continues heavy, though the cable
adrices to-day are a traction more favorable.
Comer.-Wits quiet to-dav; only sales reported bi ing
200 bags Rio at 15}; a 16c ; 100 do ?8 V, gold ; 70 do 27 eta
COOPERAGE-We quote oak flour bbls 85c, and hickory
do 95c each. - _ - _ .
FLOCK-The market is firm und cr a fair- Inquiry, b th
for export and homo wanta. Stock offering light, and the
receipts of city ground will be further curtailed hythe
suspension of the five mills on Gwynn'a Falls, by damage
sustained in their race, which waa parti si ly carried away
dering the late rain. We have only to report to-day sales
200 bbls City Mills Standard Extra at $11. and other small
lots to the trade within our ranee.
GRAIN-Wheat offerings to-day were comprised of 2200
bushels white and 8700buahel? red ; demand good, and
for choice samples a further advance waa obtained ; sales
of white ranged from $2 50 to 94, as to quality : 500 bush?
els choice Maryland rod brought $2 85; 1500 bushels good
to prime $2 C5 a$2 75; 2000 muvals medium ranged from
$2 35 to $2 50. and 1000 bushels inferior and tough at
$2 a $i! 25. Corn- 1120 bushels white and 1650 bushels
yellow embraced tb? receipts; market further improved;
sales 500 bushel? white st $1 30 a ?1 35; 1000 bushels yd.
low mixed at $1 36; 900 bushels prune do $1 40. Oats
5000 bushels offered; 4000 bushels sold at 6? a 73c. most?
ly C9 a70c. Rye-300 bushels offered; 50 bushels, only
reported, sold at $1 fi?. , '
MOLASSES-Nothing doing ; quotations nominally un
clunred. stock small.
P ^ VISIONS.- Bacon ls acaree and held firmer. W? re?
port a rale of 17 caska clear rib Sides at 18 cents, ?ll tb at
could be had at that figure. We quote Jobbing at Hiv?
a ls cenia. Shoulders 14 J? a 16 cents ; rib Hides 17& a
18 ceuts; plain canvassed llama 19 a 19)? cents; Western
sugar cured 23K a 25 cents. Bulk Meats-None offer?
ing. Mess Pork-A sale of 100 bbls. Western at $25 50.
Lard-100 tierces City, in two lots, at 14<? canta; quote
for retail lots 14 li cents, and Western 16 cents.
RICE-ls very dull and nominal at II *i a HS, cents,
for Carolina ; Rangoon 9 a 9 y" cents.
SALT.-Market firm for Liverpool; some considerable
shipments have recently been made Weat. We still
quote fi r lots, from dealers. Fine $3 a $3 20; Ground
Alum $2 25 a $2 80 ^ sack. Turk's Island 56 a 60 cents,
I bushel for large and small lots from store.
Bunas.-Market quiet; folders firm, and in the ab?
sence of sales nominally unchanged.
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post, of Monday, October 7th,
Gold bas been Steady during the early business of the
day. but towards noon a speculative movement was
started ou som* sensation rumors from Washington. The
supply of gold is plentiful for delivery, and the rata paid
(or carrying has ranged from 6 a 9 per cwt.
The cuief changea of interest during September are
the contraction Of four millions in the legal tender green?
backs, and ma substitution of about thirty millions of
tai per co?t, gold-bearing bonds for thirty-five millions
of seven thirty notes. The aggregate of the dt bt shows
an increase of $2,494.081. as the receipts norn internal
revenue have boen smaller than usual, while the pay?
ments on account of bounties and ordinary government
expend?turea have boon heavy. Most of the gold received
for customs dunes seems to have been sold, as the coin
balance has only increased two m?h ons, while the gold
certificates hare diminished $600,000.
Tho loan market ia easier and the banka show more
willingness and ability to make loans on cali The rate
is 7 per cent. The discount demand ls small; choice
bill* pass?t 7 a Uri.
. The bank statement shows a decrease td $3.984^82 in
loans, and a decrease of $2,961.988 in deposits. Tho
legal-tenders have increased $862.059. The Croton Na?
tional Bank has disappeared from the table, and the Gold
Exchange Bank has began to report its averages, as has
long been desired.
The stock market showed considerable animation.
Governments aro lair.y : clive, but the highest prices of
Saturday evening's advance wera not sustained, though
a better feeling wac developed after the Board.
NEW YORK, October 7.- FLOCK, .?TO.-Ihn market
for Wes Urn and State Floor ia mora ay.'"*, opening
10 ? U?c- better, but ere the close most o'rtLu Improve?
ment was lost
The salas are 14.600 bbl? at 49 10 a 9 90 for Superfine
State and Weatern; $10 25a ll for ordinary and common
Extra state; $11 25a ll 50 for fancy State; $10 65? ll 30
for thc lo? grades ot spring Wheat, Western Extra;
$10 40 a ll 10 for shipping Ohio; $11 75 a 14 90 for trade
and family brands of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana ; and
$13 60 a 14 25 for St. Louis Extras.
Southern flour ia fairly active and firmer. Sales of
1200 bbls at $10 70 a ll 80 for common to lair Baltimore
and country extras, and $12 60 a 14 90 for trade ?nd
QRAIS-The wheat market, under larger receipts and
increased firmness in freights, prices of spring declined
5 a 6c per bushel, while winter is irregular. At the
coucesaiou there was a good demand for export. Millers
Oats are lower, bat active at the concession. The de?
mand is chiefly i-peculative. The sales ?re 100,000 bush?
els Ohio and Western ?t 76 a 77c, closing at 76 ???77;
state at 77c.
Corn opened stronger, fluctuated somewhat, but rallied
towards the olose with active speculstive demand at ex?
PROVISIONS-Pork has been fairly active ;at higher
price?, closing ste j dy.
The sales, cash and regular, are 2500 bb - at $23 75 a
3 85 for moss.
Beel and tierce beef are quiet, and in the absences ct
sales prices are nominal.
Beef hams are moderately active. Sales or 50 bbls at
$30 for lee cured ?
Bacon is irregular. Sales ul ;.u boxes ice-cured short
clear at 14c, and 20,000 lb? short rib in bulk at 14c.
Lard is dull and prices rather heavy. Sales of 900
bbl? and tierces at 14?i illKc for No 1 ; 14i? a 14??c for
city; H\ a 14V for fair to prime steam and kettle ren?
CHEESE.-The demand ls active, and pnc?? have ad?
vanced. We quo'? M folloias: State factory, goou to
choice, p?r pound, new, 15 a 16c; Slfte fair to good,
M a 15c; State dalnes, choice, ll a 12 V; English dalry.
Conn., 13 a 14c; English dairy, Ohio, r.? a He; Vermont
dairy, good to choice, per lb, l'J a 14c; pineapple, 12 a
14c; Ohio, prime, 13 a 14c; Ohio factory, good to uboicu,
14 a 16c.
COTTON-TJie demand Is better but nothing extra uow.
?Price* are lower a trifle, 'the market is rather quiet.
New Middlings are selling at a V V rb nuder our rates
from the docks. We quote at 19 V for Middling Uplands
aud 20 V for MiddUng New Orleans.
HAT-Is iu good demand, but with luger receipts
prices are heavy at 75c for shipping and $1 a 1 4U for re?
SCOAR-Raw Sugars are in fair demand and prices arc
steady at ll-? a 12',c for lair to good refining. Kefined
are steady at lC'j a 17c for hards.
WHISKEY-The market is more active. Sales of l.'Ut
bbl? at !<5 n :?1 for Western in boHd.
Consigners |* sou tn Carolina ttallroatl,
W October 9.
41C bales Cotton, M bales Mdze, 279 sacks Flour. 1"
bbls Naval sturus. aud sundries. To E H Rodgers A
Co. Kauapaux, Lamieau 4 Co, M Mack. S Link. O Heeder
Z Davis, M Goldsmith 4 Sou, JOH Clauasen, C Sahl
man, Courtenay A Treuholm, F 0 Mey, Johnston. Crewi
A Co, Chisolm Bros, Graeser, Lee, smith ft Co Adams
Frost 4 Co, H L Jeffers * Co, C N Averia 4 Sou, Mn
Zefnow. J R Pringle, .TBE Sloan. Railroad Agent, Capl
Prince, Cohen. Hanckel * Co, D Jennings A Co. Thurs
ton 4 Holmes, G H Walter A Co. G W Williams ?t Co, ^
Semka A Co, Willis A Chisolm, Pinckney Bros. J N Rob
son, G W Clark A Co, J H Pelper. J Ansel, G White, N I
Railroad Co, J Walker. P Mulkai, Bultmann Bro?, P Dev
Cousis iee? per .Northeastern Ku iii omi
253 bal* i Cotton 110 bbl? Naval Stores, ears Lumber
I cars Stoc?., bagj PeAs, Potatoes, Mdze, Ac. To J Welters
I "W K Ryan. G E Pritchett, Adams, Fro?t 4 Co. T L Webb
S D Stoney, J C Bradley, M Geraghty. O Reeder, Z Davis
G H Ingrabam 4 Son, J R Pringle, Screven 4 Nisbet, 1
H Rodgers 4 Co, Ravchel 4 Co, Pincknev Bros, Mowr
4 Co. BA 4 J F Early, J H Baggett 4 Co, J 4 J D Kirk
patrick, J M Caldwell 4 Son, J R Bigelow, Kendall i
Dockery, G W Wilbania 4 Co, Graeser. Lee, Smith A Cc
A S Johnston.
Per steamship Geo B Upton, for Boston-Mrs Fri?
bie, Miss Olivia Webb.
Per steamar St Helena, norn Edisto and Rockville
Dr Waring and Indy, Miss Bavnard. Dr Bailey, E Whaley
H M Barley, Major J Jenkins, H Wilson, J C Sentell. j ,
Mulray, s J Austin, T William?, and 16 deck
rBUcEi op TEE ?.00.V
First Q. 6th, Oh. 4im. eveu I Las' Q. ?uth, 3h.47w. mon
Full M. 13th. 8b. 4iu. morn | Ne* M. 27th,7n. 4:<m. mon
tl OCTOBER. I I ^',os ""SH
2 j j SISES, j BET A J BISE*. WATER
TM?nd?y.".6 uv" I "? "lie "Ti" lt 7T
3 Tuesday .. 6.. II 6. 35 i v 3 p
9 Wednesday. C .l 6..S4 1. 59 #.. |
10 Thursday... 6.. 1 5..33 '.. .66 4 6)
11 Friday,.... 6.. 2 I 6..31 :i,.64 &. .4'
12 Saturday.. 6.. S 5. Mi 4 50 C. .3
i3.Sunday. C.. ? I 5 .29 Rise*. -,. \.
P O R T )K C ll A It L K S T ll K .
Sehr A S Deas, from West Poiut Mill, ys bbls Kougt
Bice. To C T Lowndes, J S Schinner.
Steamer St Heleua, Boyle, Edisto and Rockville
Mdze. To J H Mnrniy, Dr T Grinike. C P Wolhampter,
Kliuck. Wickenberg S Co, and others.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamab p George B Upton, Rich, Boston.
l i om this Port.
Steamship Moueka. Winchester, New York, Oct &
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LIST OF VESSELS
UP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THI3 PORT.
British bark Yum uri, Thompson, up.Sept 10
Br bark J Cumming. Hook way, ujp. .August 29
British bark Yloronce Chipman, Jones, milod-6ept 3
Br bark Queen, Stuart, sailed.August 19
The Chattanooga, Freeman, sailed.August 19
The Hakon Adelstein, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Charleston, Morley, sailed.September 18
nie Triton, Keoger, sailed....'.Sept 4
Bark Artistic, True, sailed.September 21
Brig A D Torrey. Sellers, cleared.Sept 9
Brig Galveston. Merryman, up.Sept 4
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, up.Sept '?8
Sehr Malue Law, Johnson, up.Sept IB
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, up.Oct 5
Sehr E A Conklin, Daniels, up.Sept 10
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Sept 21
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, cleared.Oct 4
GEORGETOWN, D. C.
Sehr J A Halleck. Crowell, sailed.... ?.Sept ll
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING, fl yard
Dundee. 30 ? 65
Gunnv Cloth. 25 ? 20
BALE ROPE, fl ?j-ManUla. 24 @ 25
Western. 13 @ 15
New York. - ? -
Jute. 12.^? -
BREAD, fl lb
Navy. - fe -
Pilot..'. 10 0 -
Crackers. 12 fe 15
BRICKS, ?M,. 9.00 020.00
BRAN, H lOOTbs. 83 0 -
COTTON, ? ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 15>i0 -
Low Middling.? - ? -
Middling to Strict Middling. 16 ? 17
Good Middling. :. - ? -
Sealsland. 45 fe 56
CANDLES, ft ?-Sperm. 28 ? -
Adamantine. M 0 25
TaUow. 19 0 20
COFFEE, fl Jb-Rio. 24 @ 30
Laguayra. 28 @ 35
Java. 0 45
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla. - 0 -
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, ft bbl. COO 0 -
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite. 9.50 010.00
COPPER. ? lb-Sheet. 68 ? 60
FERTILIZERS- ? I
Peruvian Guano, li ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guana, ft 2000 tbs. 75.00 0 -
Baugb's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhode?' Phosphate, fl 2000 tts... 65.00 fe -
Mapea'Super Phosphate, V 2000 rb 65.00 ? -
Zen's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 0 -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Um?.. 80.00 ? -
FISH-Cod, fl 100 tts.I 7.00 ? 9.0U
Herring, fl box. 45 ? 80
Mackerel No. 1, ft half bbl.11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl.10.00 010.60
Mackerel, No. 3. fl bbl. - 0 -
Maokerel. No. 1. by kits. .- @ -
No. 2. - 0 -
No. 3. - 0 -
Sardine*, ? 100-quarter boxes.. 23 0 25
Half boxes.... 48 0 50
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11-60 0 -
Northern and Western Extra.12.60 ? -
Baltimore Extra.ri.12.60 ? -
Southern-Super.12.00 ? -
Extra.13-00 0 -
yamilv.14.00 tx -
FRUITS-PruntB, V lb. 22 0 -
Figs. 40 Cd -
Dried Apples. io ? M
Almonds, soft shall. 35 0 40
Raisins, M. R., f* box. 4.00 fe 6.00
Raisins,Layer. 4.60 0 5.60
Oranges...... - fe -
Lemons, V box.16.00 017.00
GLASS, V- box Of aUeet
American, 8x10.. 5.50 0 fl.00
American. 10x12. 6.00 0 6.W
French. 12x14. 7.00 0 B.00
ORA IN- Mary Und Oats, fl busheL.... 80 0 90
Western Oats, V bushel. - fe -
Oom, V bushel. 1.65 ? 1.60
Beans, ? busheL. 2.00 fe 3.00
HA r, ft cwt- North River. 1.25 ? -
Eastern. 1.36 0 -
MinKS-TJtj. fl tt. 10 m 12
INDIGO-fl ft. LOO 0 1.76
/ROA-Rattned, fl ft. 07 - 0 07,'i
Swede. 09 di 10
LATHS, ft M. 4.00 0 4.60
LIME-Shell, fi bbl. - 0 -
Sooth Carolina. 1.60 ? -
Rookport. 3.00 t? 2.26
Cernant. 2.76 ? 3.60
Plaster Paris. 4.00 0 4.60
LUMBER,** M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.SO.0O 065.00
White Pine, good run.5* 00 040.00
Yellow Pine.50-00 025.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 $16.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 032.00
LEATHER, country tanned, f. ft. - i -
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Ct?ba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado.I 66 ? 66
Sugar House.! 50 ? 1.00
Nsw Orleans. 76 ? 82
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch......I jg. fe -
Rosin. Pale.I 4.60 fe 8.00
Roam. No. 1. 3.60 fe 3.76
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 fe -
Roain, No. 3. 2.76 fe 2.85
Spirits Turpentine, y gallon. 60 ? 61
Oacutn. * TS. 16 (a) -
A'J//^-American, 4?20d, f? keg. 6.60 fe 7.00
American Wrought. - fe -
Lathing. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, fi ft. 1.00 fe -
Galvtaized. 30 0 -
Spikes. 12 fe 16
Ol LA'-Lard, ft gallon. 1.40 * 1.45
linseed, fi gallon. 1.64 fe !.C0
Sperm. Winter, fl galion. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - fe
Castor (E. I.), f? gallan. 3.00 a? -
Ulive, fi dozen. 8.00 felO.OO
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 fe 64
Benzine, fi gallop. 60 fe -
PROVISlONS-hcet. mess, fl bbl.16.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.14.00 ?16.00
Pork, mess. 28.00 GS -
Rump. - fe -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft. 18 0 24>,
Bacon. Sides. 18*0 19^
Bacon. Shoulders. 16 (ai ICi,
Baron. Strips. 18 fe -
Lard, in keg. 12\0 16
Butter. 30 0 4U
Cheese. 16 0 64
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 fe -
Onions. 4.00 fe -
Apples. 8.00 0 9.00
PJ/ATS-Wbita Lead, fl ft. 10 0 10
Black Lead. 10 fe 12
Zinc. White.I 12 fe 16
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 fe -
RICE-Carolina, fl ft. MX? U
East India. - fe -
SLATES-Americau. fl square. 12.60 0 -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 ? 8.IX)
White Pine, first .luality. 12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coursa, fl sack. 2.60 ? 2.76
Liverpool, fine.,. - 0
SOAP- Bar. fl ft.:. ll fe 16L
STARCH, f* ft. 10 fe 12
SPICES, fl ft-Caasia. 1.00 fe --
Mace. 1.76 fe -
Cloves.:. 76 fe -
Nutmegs. 8.00 fe 2.50
Pepper. 40 0 -
Pimento. 40 fe 60
Race Ginger. 30 (di -
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 6.?0 fe 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.| 4.00 012.00
Brandy. Domestic. 3.00 0 3.76
Gin. Holland. 4.76 fe 5.00
Gin, American. 3.60 0 3.76
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 fe 6.00
Rum. N. E. 2.60 0 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 8.00 fe 6.00
. Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 0 2.40
SOGAR, fi ft-Raw. 13 fe 16
Crushed. 18 0 18
Clarified A. 1? Taj 18
Clarified B. 17 0 181,
Clarified C. M. 16*i? 17
Loaf. 18 0 19
Porto Rico. 14 0 16
Muscova??' . 13 0 U
SEGA RS- Domestic manufacturo, fl M. 18.00 ? 46.00
TEAS, fl ft-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2-.50
Gunpowder.f 2.00 0 2.60
Hyson. 1.60 0 1-60
Young Hyson. 1.60 0 1.60
Black. 1.00 fe 1.76
TOBA CCO, fl ft, as per quality. 40 01.60
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 012.00
Ash. - 0 -
Poplar. - fe -
Hickory. - fe -
TIN-IC Roofing Plate.15.00 fe -
I X Roofing Plate.17.00 fe -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14. 16.60 0 -
IX Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 ?? -
I C Tin Plate. 14x20. 16.60 fe -
Block Tin. fl ft. 40 0 -
riFLVE-Cotton. fl ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 0 -
Hemp. 43 ? -
Jute. 60 fe -
VARNISH- Bright, fl gallon. 25 ? -
Parafine. - 0 -
VINEGAR-yrhite Wins, fl gallon. 60 fe
Cider. 30 fe -
French. LOO ? 1.25
WINE, fl gallon-Port. 8.60 fe 6.00
Madeira. 2.26 fe 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 fe 6.00
Claret, fl caa?. 5.00 013.60
Champagne, fl basket. 26.00 030.00
ZINC-Sheet, fl tt. 26 0 27
THE WORLD AHMED
AT THE WONDERFUL BEVEL&TTQKS
MADE BY THE' GRFAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
QHE RIYALS SFCRETS NO MORTAL EYER KNEW
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events catastrophes, crosse* In love, loss of relations am
friends, loss of mc ??, Ac, have become despondent
She brings togethe .nose long separated, g'tves Informa
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost 0
stolen property, tells you the business you are bes
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tul, causes speedy marriages, and tells you the very da;
you will marry, gives you the names, likeness and char
aeteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts
and by her almost supernatura>power8, nnvalls the dari
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the stars wi
Bee in the flrmameut-the malefic stars that overcome 01
pn domlnstp in the configuration-from the aspects ant
positions of tue planets and the fixed stars in the heaveni
at the time ot birth, she deduces the future destiny c
mau. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist ot
earth. It costs you but a trifle, and you may never agalt
have so favorable an opportunity. Consultation fee, witt
likeness and all desired information, 91. Parties livlm
at a distance can consult the Madame by mall with equa
safety aud satisfaction to themselves, as If lu person, A
tail and explicit chart, written ont, with all inquiries an
swered aud likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt JI
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maintaiurd, and all correspondence returned or destrcy
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siring them. Write plainly the day of the month ai:j
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P. O. DBAWEB2S3, BOITALO, N. Y.
alaren 30_ ly
~ THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO' S. C.. AFFORDS A
profitable medium for the advertising public ol
We respectfully solicit their patrota^e for our mutual
GAILLARD, DESPORTES 4 WILLIAM^.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAI-PAYEKS.
CITY TREASUBY 0F1TCE, )
October 8, 1867. |
TAX EXECUTIONS WILL ISS?K FRO il THIS OF
FICE ou 23d inst, on nil unpaid returns for 1867,
duo on 29th Juae last ?. THOMAS,
October 9 City Treasurer.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY Of FICE, I
OCTOSEB 2, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIKKD BY ORDI?
NANCE on 30th September. Renewals Walt?
granted on application at this office, if made during Tnit
Month. a THOMAS, City Treasurer.
I vii.'tl 1 1 Ks WANTED.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, I
CIXT HALL, CHARLESTON, September ll, 1867. ( .
O EA LED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED L (jj 1 IL
? the lHth at 12 o'clock M, for BUILDING! sE\ EBAL
THUNES of tire length? and size? glvon below. Tbe es?
timates will iuclude the cost of excavating about 200
cubic yards of e*Ttli. me necessary fllUug. reforming ot
pavements, and grading siter tbe layiug of truuks.
Lcugtb of Trunk tu Liue street. '-'0
Leugib ot Trunk in ond Cram lou tu Coming street
ta the tidal drain. 300
Lengwi cl Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to the
malu drain in Wentwortb street.120
Length of Trunk from McIntosh's court to Rad
clhle street drain..,.l0"'
Total long*. 877
Ti unka to be twelve "by twenty mches in the clear,
built of two by twelve inches primo yellow pine plunks,
to rest upon sleepers o? three by nine inches, three feet
long, placod five feet from centres. Braces to be two by
six mches, dovetailed into the sides or Trunks, at dis?
tances of five feet from centres. The Trunks to be laid
to gradi! pegs furnished by the Engineer.
All the work must bc carried on with thc greatest
Plans can bc seen at this office.
A copy of theso specifications must be attached to each
lo?er. LOUIS J. BARBOT,
Septemtar 12 _City Engineer.
ft fll.lt NOTICE.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, j
January 3,1HC7. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDtlt
the following Ordinance licenses have been propan e
lor delivery from this Office. 8. THOMAS,
Ssc 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen!..
City CouncilaiteiabUd, Thai from and after the firsldm
of Jauuary, licenses shall bo taken out for all carts, dray
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
tbs same manner, and according to the same provision.*
DOW of force in rolatiou to carts, drays and wagons, let ai
driven for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, \J M
placed on the outside of tho shaft.
Sac. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treauurer c:
surety to .any bond under the Ordinance cour, -ming 11
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnage?, un?
less be or she bo a freeholder.
Sxc. 3. The following shall hereafter be the ratcq loi
license- for public and private cart*, drays, wagous, Vc.
including the horsos or mules mi d therroi, wbich HU.-.;
be tree from other taxation :
PUBLIC CASTS, I Ut Wu, KTO., OB lil.'Ht KM CI., '"j'K II IN AN I
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB UIKK Ullin I ..li INMhtVI.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn b> one boras M
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn l.y two horsau.
For every back and carriage with two wheels. $-.M.
For every back aud carriage with four ? birts, ?m.
For every stage or omnibus (except due uiniiibu*
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except line multibus*
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn Dy two or mora bones or raul a
For every express wagon drawn b> two or more boKi .
or mules. XX).
BREAD .'AKT? ANO FBI VAT* CA HTS, DBA TS, StrC.
For every oread cart or wagon,
For every cart, dray or wagon, us.-d for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed m tbe trans*
porting of goode, ware*, meivbandix.-, lumber, or un.v
oilier commodity, for compensation, either directly oi
Indirectly for the same, shall pay for a UcenM the sum ut
$6, exclusive M the horse or mule.
Katiti, d in ruy Council, this 16th day ol January
[L. H.] In the year of our Lord one thousand elga) hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C: GAILLARD, Major
By the Mayor.
January ? _W. B. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
TO BXatTLAXK TOTO STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS eeo
DUCTS, AUD OTHER INFLAU1? ALIX OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor ami Aldermen, in
City Council auernbled. That from and after the lStb day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum.
Kerosene, Kock OH, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in
dsmmable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, in a larger .pian
tity than tiny gallons on sny one lot or promisas, an.)
any such .juaunty so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessel* of tin or othes metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought Into the city by land
I or water, may be kept on an/lot orin any bmldlng bi
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time il
shall be removed and kept in tho manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating sny part ol
this Ordinance shall be subject to s tine or two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
petent J uriadiction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, ii.
the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hundred ami
ILS.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk ol Council._Juuc 6
OmCC t'LER* OK COUNCIL, I
May IStw. I
The following Section of " An Ordinance to abolish tbe
office of Hperlntendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
iug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of charles.ton Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published for tbs IL format tun of all concerned :
For the due protection of tbe said contractor or con
tractors, it it further ordained. That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises front?n;' tu uni
street, ia ii.-, alley, or open court, shall on ever} dav
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or otht-i
offal, placed in front of bis ur her lot, in a barrel, box ot
heap, and in readiness for tbe contractor, by thu hour ol
se. eu o'clock, A. M., troiu tho Hist day ol May to tht
first day of November.in every year ; aud by the hour ol
niue o'clock, A. M., frc m the tint day o? November t.
, the first day of May following. And an\ person uil.-nd
lng herein, or placing any dirt, tilth, garbage, or othci
oflal, iu any street, lane, or alley, or open court, after th?
hours above named, shall bc subject to a tim- not lest
than two nor more than live dollars, fur cacti ami ever)
offence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH.
Mty IS Clerk of Council.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
Cm HALL, November fl. lsiT.. }
ALL PFJ?SONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN 1 ttl
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of th? City, un?
der "An Act ol the General Assembly, giviug autlionlj
lo the City Council of Charleston to prooeej iu Um mai
ter ot a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up tin
City anew." are hereby notified that the form cir apph
cation for loans can be obtained ut the onie ol thc i i, ri
of Council, between the hours of y A. M. und it P. .M.
All applications must bet*' d m the above ineiitiuu. i
office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to cor
sider the Bame.
By order of tbs Mayor W. H. SMITH,
NovemberJU l?erl? ni Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 4, lscr. \
ITBE REGULAR INSPECTION Ol' THE LOTS AN I
. inclosures, Vaults, Ac. will commence on .Monda'
nett, 6t inst. Owners and occupants are hornby require,
to see that their premises are in good condition and tba
ull filth and garbage ia removed as required 1?? Or.ii
uauce. Other lflspecUona will follow.
By order ot Mayor GAILLABD.
C. I!. SIG WALD.
?V I ol Polie*.
OFFICE CLERK Ol' COUNCIL.- THE FOLLOWING
clause of SecUou 1 ot au "Ordinance to Kaine Sup
plies for the year 1867. " ia published for ibo iuformatioi
of persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who an
not residents of this citv. All such persons ac uerebj
notified toTeport at th. - office.
"Three dollar-on every blind red dollars of sll gi.od.
?old in this city I sont not residents, by sample oi
otherwise." \y M. SMITH
Marchs t'lrrk of Onm .1
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, I
CITY HALL. October 1, im;7. J
OTICE 18 HERHBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNE!)
A.J that the Monthly Returns for the mouth of Septem
ber past, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratiflei
on the 28th day of December. T8Gt'.. must be made on DI
before the 15th instant. I?. C. GIBSON
Oe'0081,1_13 City Assessor.
For the Handkerchief. *
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare an.
Heautiful Flower from which it takes ita name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PH A ii A J SOW
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PH A LON'S -TAKK NO OTHES,
Sold by Dntggists generally, and
Sold st Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WINGMAN & (?0.,
Ja nary 21 - uitklyr
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON
male or female, can master tbe great ari ot Yen
trJloqutsm by a few hours' practice, making u world o
fun, and af tar becoming experts tb-u'Seivei, eua teuct
others, thereby making lt a source ot income. Full tn
structions sent br mad for CO cents PerWactl <u guar
Address p. O. Drswer 21, Troy, :.. V.
Maj Vi J.VI
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a most extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of the latent and most approved
I styled ; and we have every facility for executing
all kinda of JOB WORK tu
Bill and Letter Heads
THOSE OF OCR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
leave llieir orders with us. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP KATES, as ran be
had in Charleston.
MULLAN & MORTON.
This preparation, loug
and tavorablj known,
will thoroughly reinvigo?
rate brokeu dowu and
low-spirited borses, hy
strong i b e u i n g and
i-leausiug tbe stomach
Ills a sure preventive
nf all diseases incident
tu this' animal, such as
LU NO FEVER, GLAND
HEAVFS. COUGHS, DIS
EUS, YELLOW WATER
FOUNDER, LOSS OK
APPETITE AND VI?
AL ENERGY. Ac.
ITS USK IMPROVES
HE WIND, IN
'UKASES THE AP
PKT?TE-G I V E S A
MOOTH and GLOS?
SY SKIN-aud trans
lonna the MISERA?
INTO A KINE LOOK
NO AND SPIRITED HORSE"
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION 13
INVALUABLE. It in
.Tease* t h e quanUty
and improves the quali?
ty o? the MILK. Il
has been proven by ac?
tual experiment to In?
crease the quantity ot
MILK and CREAM
twenty per cent., and
make the BUTTER
firm and sweet. In tat
jL toning cattle, it gises
- them an appeUte, SOU?
LS tiidit bide, and makes them thrive much taster.
ni ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH A3 COUGHS
DI.I.CER9 IN THE
LUNGS, LIVER, Aa,
ls arricie acts as a
sperlnr By putting
om one-half i paper
a paper m a barrel
a ti ill the above dis?
eases will be eradica?
ted or entire'.y pre?
vented If given In
ree. a rs.taiu preventive and cure for th? Hog Cholera.
M. A. FOUTZ ,1 BRO,,
Mo. 1 1 ti FRANKLIN 8TREI1'
ri.K SALE BV
DOWIE & MOISE,
Mil MM Hill I. MIINE.
0. 1 ".I MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE L'HAK LKS'i'ON IIOTKL.
Maiva Xi stuthtiuio
EXCELSIOR ! ^EXCELSIOR !
Pur lU-uiuvliig Superfluous H.- lr.
I^O raE I.ADIEK ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itselt as being au almost in?
eligible article to female beauty, is easily applied,
s no; burn Ol injure the skin, but acts directly ou th?
roots, lt is warranted to remove superfluous hairfroui
lon loreUr ids, or iroui any part ol the body, completely,
toi a ir. m i radically extirpating tue same, leaving tbr
sk'in-.-.i, smooth and natural. This in the only artic!.
nerd by tbe French, and ls tbe only real effectual depila
i .. . i.i existence. Prli-e "C eeut? per package,' po?
I'j. i lu any address, on receipt ot au order. b>.
BER?ER, SHUTTS A Co., Chemists,
.vurch ;iO lyi No. 'iii, River st.. Troy, N. ?.
IMPORTANT T?J?TM HITEIS!
A SOUTHERN INVENTION.
IRON SCREW COTTON PRESS.
T L ?LBT FAR THE MOST PERFECT
. 2. * t(rhEW ret invented. With ono mole
? hale can be eaally packed. Send for Descrip
Uve and Price List, to ?XGEh 4 Ra VEN EL,
General Agenta for the Stat?.
Pa?t Bay. Charleston, & C.
Portable and Stationary ENGINES Saw Oin*.
Hillery's McCarthy Gins. Grist Milla Bark Mills
Horse Powers, Threshers, fcc., ??c. For sale bv
HUGER & RAVENEL,
EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
May 2 m themas
MEDICINE AND SURGERY. ?
THE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY CA" MEDICINE
AND SURGERY was organized in 18W. Chartered
by thc Legislature, February 26. 1853. Nam e changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic. a?d ii hi Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1860. lu 1863 lt pure tis t >1 the
Pennsylvania Medical college, established in Ho\t, and
the Philadelr'hia Medical College, which had previo rail
been merged into the Pennsylvania Medical College. TB
1864 it purchased the Penn Medical University. Tro
Trustees of the separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of the Legislature, consolidating
these institutions and cha., ging their names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 16,1805. All these various Acts are publi bed in
the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 uilding
sud museum was over one hundred thousand dollars.. It
will be observed that the University, as now organized; is ,
the legal representativo of the four Medical Colleges that
it has absorbed. It ls a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached lo any medical clique
but embraces in its teaching everything of value to the
Sesr?on?.-It bas two lull sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and continuing until the 1st of
January, as its first session, and from the 1st of January j
to the 1st ot April, as ifs second; the two constituting one
lull course of lectures. It has also a summer session,
commencing" the 1st April and continuing until August,
for the preparatory branches, such os Labu, Greek,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoology. Chemistry, Anatomy
Ticket?.- Tickets to the fin* course of lectures $120. or
$00 for each session. For the summer or preparatory
course $25. Graudatlng tee $30. To old young men ot
moderate means, the University bas issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold tu unit-course student a for
$75. and to seeoud-eourse students and clergymen for
$50, each constituting the holder a life member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, and all the teaching
of the school. The only additional tees are a yearly dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, each of which ts $5.
The Advantage? of Schotar?hipt,-Tb.ti student holding a I
scholarship can enter the College at any time during the |
year, attend as long as he chooses, and re-enter the insti?
tution os frequently os de.dred.
It requires no previous reading or study tu enter the
University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition fees
Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
business a part of the time. .
The candidate for graduation can present himself at
any time, and receive his degree as soon as qualified.
In cases stuuent should hold a scholarship and not be
able to attend lectures, lt can b? transferred to another,
thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of studenbi wishing to
Snrchase scholarship for them a year or more before
leirattendance at thc University, can secure them by
advancing one-half lbs price and paying the balance
whan the student enters. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow great benefit upon poojr young men by
presenting them a scholarship, and thus enabling them
to obtain an honorable profession.
The Faculty embrace* seventeen eminent physicians
and surgeons. The University has associated with lt a
large hospital clinic, whe:e every form of medical and
surgical disease is operated on and treated In the pres?
ence of the class.
COIXEOE Bun DINO.-The College building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut, is the finest in the city.
Its front is collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
battlements and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
and beautiful appearance. The facade ls of brown stone,
ornamented by two towers, rising to the elevation ot
eighty - feet, and crowned with on embattled parapet
The building contains between fifty and sixty rooms, oil
supplied with water, gas, end every other convenience
that modem improvement eau contribute to facilitate,
medical instruction. Only fire hundred scholarships
will be issued, and aa two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those wbo wish to Secure oue should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check
aent on any National Bank in the United States, when
the scholarship will be returned by mail, signed by the
President of the Board of Trustees, JOSEPH H. FiSHEB,
Esq., and the Dean of the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
All orders for scholarships or other business of the Uni?
versity, should be addressed to Professor W. PAINE. M.
I).. Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST ISSUED BY W. PAINE, M. D..
Professor of the Principles and Practice ut Medicine and
Pathology la the Philadelphia University ot' Medicine
and Surgery ; author nf Paine's PracUce of Surgery ; a
work on Obstetrics and Materia Medica, author of New
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