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MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14. 1S?7.
THE LETTER TO THE DEAD.
[Iron the XortJirrn Monthly.]
We remember at the Wilderness a gallant M^aissippian
had fallen, and at night, just before burying him, there
came a letter from her he loved bi st. One of the group
around bin body-a minister-whose tenderness was
womanlv, broke the silent tearfulness with whl. h he saw
the dead letter ; be took it and laid it upon the breast of
*i*n whose heroic heart waa still: "Bury it with him.
He will see it when he wakes." It waa the sublimest
sentence of his funeral sermon.-.V. 0. Picayvnt.
Cornea the letter from a mother ?
Are a sister's longing there?
Or the fondness of another.
Loved and loxing, young and fair t
Seek not now to know the writer,
Seek not whence or why it came ; %
Aa he died his dimmed eyes saw her ;
As he died, he breathed her name.
It has come o'er hills and valleys.
Crossed o'er rivers, passed o'er lakes ;
"Bury it upon his bosom,
He will ses it when he wakes."
Bury the <Lsad with the letter unread.
There to remain,
Till the soldier awakes from bia slumber,
To join m the battle again.
Ah I but never more to battle
He will march by beat of drum ;
Nevermore when fight ts over
sigh ior gentle peace to come ;
Never more to roll-call answer.
Nevermore will pace bis round.
Keeping watch o'er sleeping comrade*
Strewn upon the chilly ground :
Nevermore the light words utter
Win?* his heart with sadness aches :
''Bury it upon his bosom,
He ?ill see it when he wakes."
Bury it deep with the soldier to sleep :
There let it lie.
Wk'le the green grass grows o'er the sleeper.
And the world goes hurrying by.
She who linc er ed ss she wrote it
O'er each tender word abe penned,
She perchance will find her sorrow
With some later lover end.
But for him those words of loving
slay survive when time ls o'er,
And, though she forget her fondness.
Oreel bun on the further shore.
Cross bia arms and close his eyelids,
Tis bia slumber that be takes :
"Bury it upon his bosom,
He will see it when be wain a"
Lay him to rest with the scroll on his breas :,
There, m the tomb.
Till the stained dead shall awaken
At the terrible day of doom.
NEW YORK-Per rteamahip Champion-HW biles Up?
land Cotton, 8 bags Sea Island Cotton, 133 tierces
Rice, 63 bales Yarn and Domestics, 24 empty Barrels,
38 Packages, 1 Horse.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-800 bales Upland
Cotton, 6 bales Hides, 13 bales Bags, 10 bales Domes?
tic*. 5 bales Leather.
WTLMINOTON, N C-Per sehr Fannie W Johnston-36
Tho Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLES ION DAILY NEWS, )
CSABLXSTON. Saturday Evening, October 13, 1867. I
The offering stock being fair, and holden exhibiting a
disposition to meet purchasers, an active demand sprung
np, which continued until the close of business. Prices
in some transaction J were weaker, and the markst gen?
erally waa in favor of the buyer, without important
chang? m ratea. Salea BOO balee-eay 73 at M ; 13 at Rv, ;
10 stu*,; SatllX; 391 at 16; 48 at l?tf; 70 at 15^; 13
at 15X; 68 at 16; 14 at 16J? ; 7 at 16*. and 10 on j ri vate
tarma. We quote Liverpool classification :
A u gait a Market.
AUGUSTA. October 12.-COTTON.-The market hu
been too unsettled to give quotations, Some sales ol
Mew York pflddTflBg were made at. about 16 a 15 3i, ir
regular. A few loada of fine cotton wera sold at from
15>? a 16 S', snd four bales fancy cotton at 16.V. J he fol
lowing are all the price? obtained and amounts sold: 6 al
13; 3 st 14; 27 at 14X; 299 at 15; 73 at 1C>;; 74 at 15 V
36 ai 16%; 68 at 15X; 38 at 16, and 1 bale? 16\. Total
sales, 587 bales. Receipts, 319 bales.
WHEAT.-White 32 60 a 2 75 ; rad SS; 20 a 3 60.
Coax.-White ?156 a 1 60; yellow and mixed SI 40.
BACON.-Should? rs 17; R aides 19; C. B. aides 30 a 31,
C. sides 31; hams 33 a 36.
SR van nah Starlet.
SAVANNAH, October 10.-COTTON. -Th? market, ame?
our last Laue, has manliested consid uable changes-one
day firm and the next easy, just a* the advices ir. m th?
Controlling markets have been received-and we cloe?
very dull, on tho adverse accounts, with some inquin
for the better gradea, bet a total neglect of the lowei
qualities, which are held at figures vhich buyees are nol
inclinad to pay. We quote: New York Middling. 17>,' i
-; Lirapool Mid dung, 16\ a 17; Low Middling, 161
I5K ; Good Ordinary, nommai; Ordinary, nomina .
Crop recounts are growing better every day, and plan
tara are realizing more out out of tieir crops than thej
anticipated. The suple has materltHy improved, while
the bulk ot the receipts do not seem to be of nearly a?
wen prepared a style aa ia any former year. We look,
however, for Improvement hence foi th, owing to the pr??
sent fine picking weather. To-day ia genial and warm.
Oar estimate of o rep seems certain to be realized, and
higher figures for the yield are freely spoken of. Plan
teri who two months ago were exceedingly gloomy, arc
now writing hopefully, and their views aa to their owe
and their neighbors' crops are becoming extended con.
siderably. For instance, one man who thought be would
not make 100 balea, sow writes that he mav send to hie
factors 150 biles.
Such opinions being entertained by onr own people,
and with the flattering adriena received in Europe from
India, Egypt and Brazil, wa can look for no enhancement
of price?, and it seems to us that the holding back of cot?
ton will, if carried out, be mic.dal <o the grower, aa nc
disaster to the crop of this country can now have an;
effect on the markets of the world commensurate witt
the risk run of considerably lower prices. If the crop
were held back, and we did recover a cent or two, we
must remember that the. cotton has got to find un outlet,
and that when the quantity so held back should be push
ted forward to meet any possible advance, it would tend
to depress the marketa more thoroughly than by a grad
nal supply, and where one man might benefit, a thousand
would be suffere: s. The depreciation in prices under s
just legislation doing away with the cotton tax and pass?
ing laws for tue control and payments of labor, accord?
ing to prices received, may again place u? ia the Queen
dsncy ss comparec?, with producta, ; cour ...es, for if prop?
erly foe ?ired we should be able to compete with any o:
the other countries in point of cheapnes and quality; and
by suer competition we may produce cotton at prices ai
which they will have to abandon it.
OOKFAKATTVE COTTON BTATSsCXXT, HKCXIFTS, EXTOBTI
AN? STOCK ON HAND OCTOBXB 10, 1867, AND 701
TWX SAX K TIMK LAST TEAK.
i 1867-68. 1866-67.
Stock on hand SepL 1.
Received since Oct. 3..
Exported since Oct 3.
Stock on band Oct. 10.
6111 4471 4.67?
8,907 56< 5,131
16.710 36! 6.33t
25,208} 538| 16.13?
SAVANNAH, October A-Faxioarrs.-To New York, OB
cotton, per steamer, upland.f. y
To New York on Sealsbmd. . %,
lo Boston on upland per bale. $3 ix
To Baltimore on upland. . :
To Philadelphia on upland per bale. .
To Philadelphia, on domestics pic bale. St
To Liverpool, on cotton, per steamer, square. i?(?
To liverpool, on cotton, per stn user, round. ^
To Liverpool, on cotton, upland. >?<]
To liverpool on cotton, aea island. \??
To Providence, on cotton, per etil. ??
To Providence, via New York, p;r steamer. $3 Ot
To Portland, ?io New York. ??c
To Boston cia Ne* York. V
To New York. fit
To New York, on lumber.S9 O0a
To Boston, on lumber.10 00111
To New York and Boston,'on timber.... 10 OOall
To Cuba, an lumber (In gold).nommai.
MOBILE, October 8.-COTTON-There was a good and
general demand throughout fae enttre dav, which re?
sulte* in sales of 1550*aJes at nu advance ot hah* a cent
on previous day's quotations. The market closed firm
at 1 ic for Middling.
JE?2E2??& SSfS? IS.-TraP?NTiNB-Only 123
bb?.T^Ted?n!,old " ** w 'or virgin and vsUow dip,
and S3 CO for hard, per 380 lbs
Rrairrs TUBPEKTIKE-HM b?en in fair inquiry to-day,
and the sales are 465 bbls at 53 ge per aaUon
Boer*.-afsrket firm for tte lower TdM Sales of
49C bbl* at $3 80 for strained- S3 35 aT<??'
and S3 50 for low No L 1 3 37 ' for f,? 2'
TAX.-21 bbls soldat SC 85 par bbl
JfSSSi?^ dUB' ^ 7' >- Bold st 15c KY
SifjerTM lbs" NOrUiern Ch"n8eU banJ' fron' *??rf st
New York Marktt.
FREIGHT MAE KIT.
On the exportation of prc duce and its effects, a New
York paper baa some Judicious remarks, which wo con
dense as follows:
"The shipping interest suddenly finds itself iu a vastly
Improved position, after a prolonged period of depres
siou. The crop of wheat which ls coming to markst ia
wasted ls liberal quantities to supply the d?ficiences ls
the crops of Western Europe, and la now going forward
rapidly. The movement bxs already had a marked effect
m advasi ire the ratee of freight, and In reducing thc
number of snips ? tat have sc long lain in our harbor un
employed. It Ia but a abort 'iona ?nee shippers accepted
freight at ratee that barely en diced to pay for taking lt in,
and earned no more than wis requisite to ballast them;
whereas the ratee now being paid on bresdstuffs have noi
often been exceeded.
The Glasgow steamer hs s been paid 12d sterling pei
bushel for wheat, and the Iivsrpcol steamers received
lOd. Nearly all the room available to the close of next
week ie taken up, and ownris are looking for still highei
figure*. lu fac?, i Li? question of rroiffhta threatens to
senously impede our exports tor the uext three months
at leastj utfless the number of vossela be greatly in?
creased. Vessels to -?ci on long voyavcs ate also much
wanted, and the ? hole aspect ofaffaixs promises s season
of prosperity ti classes that havn suffered from lops de
preoslon m their legitimate and mo6t worthy pursut'e.
Will this bring any revival of ebipbuildins '? probably
w.U. We hope so.
Wages of shipbuilding mechanics are not now a aton?
ally higher than they were before th- war, and ship tim
bor from its long dullness, can be bought nearly as well
as then. Articles of loreign importation that enter into
shipbuilding are of course high. What this adds to the
cost of cordage and meals must come out of the 4 ages
of shipcarpoutors ?nd shipowners, and cut of tho price
of ship timber. The first rush of the We torn crops now
becrins to reach us, and the great call ie for ship room,
not only to move the breadstuffs, birt cotton, provisions,
uaval stores, petroleum-in ah of which the- expert
movemont is reviving.
Thc Nev. "Torts Earning Fut, ot Friday. October nth,
The loan market is easy. Thew is a good demand at 7
pee cent., but the supply is ample, and leuders can em?
ploy their balances without difficulty at full rates. The
discovery of Uae counterfeit seven-ihirttcs. tt was suppos?
ed, would have thc effect of disturbing tbe money market
to some oxteut. But no symptoms of trouble from this
came have as yet apj eared. Thc discount demand is
; pmall, tho best mimes being in demand at 7 a 8 The
flow ot currency to the West ia small and diminishing
There is more inquiry from the Stock Exchange for time,
loans, for which the brokers are willing to pay high rate*.
Tho stock market is dull but linn. Governments are
unsettled, and little business is doing. The seven
thirties are finn at a slight advance from the lowest
prices of yesterday afternoon, when there waa 60ma
pressure- to sell in consequence of exaggerated rumors
relative to tho alleged .lorgeries. Ten-forties are a trac?
tion lower, and the speculative movement in tht m have
quite disappe.rcd. ' Tor the five-twenties there is little
NEW YOUS. October H.-FLOCK, ic-Tue market
for western and state flour ts less active. The low grades
ate lowar;at tho concession a fair business was done
I ior export. Family brands are strong but quiet. We
notice some inquines for extra state for November de?
livery, but holders are apart in their view-.
Southern flour is firm and in fair demand. Sales of
850 bbls at $M 80 a ir.? 15 for common to fair Ballimore
and country extras, and $12 75 a $15 for trade and family
CHAIN-The wheat market, under moro liberal receipts
and further advance in freight*, isl! a :tc lower. The de?
mand is brisk at the concession and chiefly for export.
Oat* opened lower, but rallied and closed better and
very" active, with a large business for future delivery.
Com opened about 2 a 3c lower, but rallied towards
the close, and part of the decline was recovered, with a
good inquiry for the home trade.
PROVISIONS-Pork ls again decidedly lower, and at the
declino bas been very irreaular, closing, however, with
more firmness, i he business has been tareer.
Bacon is in very good demand and steady. Salea of
300 boxes Cumbe.land cut 15th December to 15th Jan?
uary, at Ile; 100 boxes Long clear, same delivery; 250
boxes short rib, December delivery, and 250 boxes do,
January delivery, on pnvate terms, and 50,000 pounds
short rib in bulk, ice-cured, at li a 14 Vc
Lard is moderately active and prices heave.
Sales of 800 bbls and tes at MJj a 14 V for Ko li 14).
a USC for city; UH a 14*?c for fair to prime steam, aud
1 Pic for kettie-rendered; 250 tes to arnvu at 14*.c.
BUTTER, -ls firm and in fair demand. We quote
aa follows- Goshen and Orange County, pails, V
lb, 40 a COc; State firkins and tubs, good to choice :?? a
38c; Luinoia, Iowa and Minnesota 2i) a 25c; Western Re?
serve, good to choice 28a30c, Surte tuba, Welsh, good to
choice 32a .Wc; Ohio,"commori to fair 16 a 30c.
CHEESE - The market is quiet aud the demand is quite
light, being confined to tko .?ce: trade, as prices at
pieBent W? uot admit Ol the operations of export-re. We
do not alter our rales. We qiu?te as follows: State factory,
good to choice, per pound, new, IC a ltic; State fair to good.
13 a 15c; State dalnes, choice, ll a 12,'?c; English dairy
Conn., 13 a 14c: English dairy. Ohio, 12 a 14c; Vermont
dairy,' good to choice, l?r lb, lu a 14c> pineapple, 12 a
14c; Ohio, prime. 13 a 14c; Oblo factory, good to choice.
14 a 15c.
St JAR-Baw sugars ?xi- dull and unchanged. Sahts
ot Cuba at ll v, a 12Sc Benod are steady.
Comr.-Rio ia dull and the market unsettled.
COTTON.-Our mai sot is quite dull to-day, and the de
mand is entirely limited. We quote at I9c for Middling
Uplands au f 20c for do New Orleans.
HAT-Is iu good demand and firm at 70 a 75c for ship?
ping, and $1 a 1 40 foi retail lots.
MOLASBXS.-We he?r of no sales. Prices ar? un
NAVAL STORES-Are generally quirt, hut prices are un?
hanged. The clos ing quotations u re Spirits : Terpentine
free, per gallon G7>, a 59Vets. ; Spinm Tur?
pentine iu bond, per gallon, 49c : Crude Turpentine, in
bbls, per 280 lbs, $5 00; Rosins, common, In bbls, per 28ii
lbs, S3 75 ; Bosina. strained in bbls, per 280
lbs, 13 87 ^ a 4 ia h : Bosins. No 2, bi bbls, per 280 lbs,
$4 25; Rosins, No 1, in bbls. per 280 lbs, $4 CO a 5 76;
Rosins, pale, iu bbls, per 280 lbs, $-0 a P 75; Rosins, ex?
tra pale,-in bbls, per 2*0 lbs, ?7 00 a ? 60; Rosins,
window glass, in bbls, per 280 lbs, $7 75 a 8 00. Tar,
North County, ?nbbJ?, per bbL $3 75 a387>? ; Tar. Wil?
mington, in bbls, per Tbl. $4. Pitch, city, in bbls per
bbL $3 75; Pitch. Southern, in bbls, per bbl $3 75 a
3 87 Si.
BOSTON, October 10.-COFFEE-The balance of the
Rocket's import of Java, about 6700 pockets, has bee i
sold at a price we did not learn. To foe ti ade lhere
have been small sales of Java at 21V gold, and Rio, at
26 a 26c fy lb, currency.
COTTON-The market has been very unsettled for Cot?
ton since our last, and a further considerable decline
has taken place, but at the close we notice a better
feeling with an Increased demand from spinners. Thu
salee have been at 16 a ISc for ordinary and good ordi?
nary; 19 a 20c for low middling; 20 a 21V for middling,
and 23 a 24c for good middling, including Uplands and
Quit. Cotton is beginnlog to arrive more freely at
outhern porte, but the quality ia rather ordinary.
GCKNT BAOS-market quiet, and prices nominally
Guion CLOTH-There is a dull feeling for cloth, anU
eales confined to small lots at 31 }i a ?l,V for good,
HAT-The sales of Eastern and Northern have raged
frcm $20 a 26 fy ton.
NAVAL STORXS. -The transactions in Spirits Turpen?
tine have been 100 bbls. at 61@61 lac, and small lob) at
63c. fy gal. Tar is quiet with small sales at ?3.50?4 fy
bbl. Roam nothing has been done, and for Pitch the
market continues quiet
RICE.-Markat quiet with small sales of Raugoou at
8>;@9c >i tb. Carolina Rice ls soon expected.
[Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce. |
HAVANA, October 6.-Sugar market, considering tho
stocks, has been quite -active, and urder the continuous
more, favorable nows from the United States and Eu?
ropean markets, an advance for Nos ll and 12 has been
forced in favor ot producers and holders to $4J? to 4.*i
per 100 lbs. Quotations are firm tor whites through at
W-? io 6X per 100 lbs; yellows do. Nos 13 to
20, at $411.16 to $6>,' oo; browns do, Nos 1
and 12, at $??, to 5*. do; Cucuruchos do Nos
6 to 10, st $4 to 4?; do; Mu?covadoes- market without
stocks to deal with; at outpcrts covering nfining
and grocery qualities, at $3 to $41. do, and not 2000
hhds on the nonh aide, and none on the south. Shipped
during the week, hence (and from Matanzas nothing),
17.875 boxes, of which, for the United states, 6400 boxes ;
distributed for New Tork 2317 boxes Boston; 1143 do;
Philadelphia 770 do; Baltimore 1879, and to New Orleans
27: lo, and balance to European perta, covering 40 boxes
foi st. Thomas, leaving stocks st the two porta equal lo
168,335 boxes, and 975 hhds, against, tor same period
last year, of 240,074 boxes and 4458 hhds. The crops lu
the field gi coe very indication of a very large crop for
Cuba the coming season. Offers have been made for
new crop Muscovadoes, reining at $3 to $3*-? per loo,
and cash advances without interest.
! EXCHANGES- sterling bills very moderate demand and
declining from last quotations, 9V, a 19 premium CO days,
sight bill) on London and indirect ; 1 bill ?3000, 90 days,
soldat 18J? premium; United States currency CO days
signa, at 35 a 26 discount: do short slget 24 ^ a 25 do; do
gold, 60 days sight, at 7,t, a 7?? premium; do short eight
9 a %)i do; bills on London to-ddy, opening market at 18>?
premium 60 days sight and downward tendency; as there
ls no .'revolutionary" tendency, here business is good,
rather better than usual at tins season of the year, and
money abundant for all our wants and the rate of ?nter
aj? 6 a7?? for commercial paper Al.
rnriOHTS-Very little business now open for Ameri?
can vessels; Chartered Br. brig Maud Potter, 1300 boxes
sugar direct for Boston at Siper box; American do Fanny
Lincoln, 10,000 boxes do, for Baltimore at 28c ter box,
and American brig Village Belle for Fernandina, Florida,
to load lumber for Havana at $10 fy 1300 feet-, a Spanish
brig for Liverpool, to load 500 corks rum at 3s Gd:
nothing else done.
(BT THE FLORIDA-CTBA CABLE.}
HAVANA, October 8.-Sterling exchange 117 \ a 118.
Bills on Paris 5 \ a ds francs.
Exchange on tue United States-for bills at sixty days,
in currency, 25}? a '.!t! per cent, discount, and for bills at
abort sight, in golo, t;>f per cent premium.
Provisions are without change.. .
Sugar is dull and almost saleless, but there is uo quota?
ble change in prices.
Consignee* per South Carolina Kallroari,
832 bales Cotton, 56 bales Maze, 91 sacks Flour. 95
bags Rough Rice, 80 bags Bye, Peas, Ax, 2 cars Lumber
and Sundries. To Graeser, Leo, Smith A: CO, G Foll?n,
C N Averill ft Son, Railroad Agent J B E bloan, Pinck
nev Bros, W C Courtney it Co. G W WUliams 4 Co, J N
Robson, Willis ft f^usolm, Wardlaw ft Carew, D Jen?
nings ft Co, Il Cobia ft Co, T Stenhouse ft Co. E H Rod?
gers ft Co, Cohen, Hanck-sl ft Co, Adams, Frost ft Co, J B
Pringle, J H Baggert ft Co, G H Walter ft Co, E J Wisa ft
Co, H L Jeffers ft Co, J ft J D Kirkpatrick, Do wie ft
Moise, J D Aiken ft Co, H campeen, Fraser ft Dill, F C
Mey, Courtenay ft Trenholm, Gruber ft Martin, H Klarte
ft Co, J Walker, Z Davis, O Reeder, W C Dukes ft Co, W
P Dowling, A J Sahnas, D F Fleming, L M Ayer ft Co, J
ft T Gerty, W Lobby, J D Busch, Kauapaux, Lanneau i:
Co, J C Mallonee, and Order.
Per steamship Champion, for New Tork-L M Reenst
jerna. Miss Geriich. W McClure, D S fillcox. Mrs Morton
and child. Mrs Delia Conner, W A Walton. L Burns, 1 H
Dudley, W Armstrong, J McGuire, Miss Ellen Bamsey. J
Goldstein, S Simmons and wife. Mrs J Lauasagne and
daughter, A Phrofenthal. C U Hillen, J H Hillen, Miss C
A Green, PLotz. H Steltz, D Mitchell. J G Bampfield.
Per steamship Moneka, from New York-H Willis. C
V i Wilson, Mrs Willis, J Lyon!. Mrs McAsey, F Kahn,
J P Young, - Huirhead, Von Sanford, L Mlcbalowskl, J
R Dickinson, and 2s steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka; via Jacksonville.
Fernandina and Sarann .?-Mrs D J Stroub, H G Shel?
don. J M Hawkins, T Sullivan. C Cassidy. M Walsh. I K
Hertz, Mts Norton. Miss E Hogan, Mrs Fowler, Mrs H
A MoLeod, Mt?s Donohe. Miss S Miscall. T Bambou. W
H Bennett, wife and child, I Haddock, E Martin, Col SH
Owens, R Houston.
Per steamer PUot Boy. from Savannah, via Beaufort
Hilton Head, Z?C-T Young. J Goldsmith. L B Glover. B
Shanner, J B Coheu, Francos Bolliu, and 6 deck.
Per steamer St Helena, from Udlsto and Rockville
Hon J Townsend, 0 Bailey and Udv. M s Seabrook and
servant, Mri C Murray. Miss Hogan, Col J Whale). B J
Whaley, J S Baynard, J E Edings, E M Freer. S Howe.
E H Barnett, J W Seabrook, Or Beckett Dr McHilvey N
Baslow, C Holle. Bev Mr Schachte and "5 deck
CORRECTE!? WEEK LT
> HASES OF THE MOON
First Q. 5th, Oh. 47m. even I Last Q. 20th, Sb. 47m. morn
Full M. 13th, 8b. lui. morn | New M. 27th,Vu. 43m. morn
RISES. I BOTS.
V . 22
PORT OF CHARLESTO N .
Steamer Pilot Hov, MoNultv. Savannah, via Hilton
Head, and Beaufoit.' Mdze. io J Ferguson, J R Prin
5le. W B Herlo:, M Goldsmith 4 Sou, McKay ft Camp
ell, B W McTureout. C Lttschgi. Major H Lee, (J Re
Steamar Planter. White, Georgetown and Pee Dee.
ils bait* Cotton, 15 bbls Rosin, and Sundries. To John
iferguson, J H Bagseiti: Co, Mowrv A- I.'O. G W Williams
Adams. Frost & Co, B H lisiuev J i J D Kirk?
patrick, and Order
af?J^ftf? .^"^heus. Hams, New York-80 boure.
fo J A TOett;,. Railroad A^!^. h H McDowell
4 Son, A Tanniunson. s?uass vanees i Co Ocw.e i
tfoise, Joknslon, Craws j; Co, E J Dawson i Co, J Pur
Mll, J W McKenzie. J Pagan, W Mi Comb, 1 W Wllllama
t Co. Klinck, Wickonberg ft Co, F Horsey, Laurey ft
Alexander, B O'Neill, ll Gerdts ft Co, Street Bros ft Co,
Goodrich. Wineman t Co, O H Hoppock, F ft Dbe, J N
Robson. H Brandes, W Kinsman, W S Corwin ft Co, G H
Walter ft Co, Melcbers ft Moller, Block ft Loma, Boll
mann Bros, F Stillman. C D Brahe ft Co, W G Whittaker,
P. H Rodgers ft Co, L Cohen, J H Gramm, E ft G D Hopo,
J E Adger ft Co. T Klein, Dewing, Burkett ft Co, Kins?
man ft Howell, E B Stoddard ft Co, J Apple. J B Bigelow,
J Marion, Cameron, Barkley ft Co, F Voight. J T HUI, W
Steele, W W Hunt, Stenhouse ft Co, McLoh ft Rice, J R
Read ft Co, Burns ft Boswell, W S Read, M Mente, N ft
Hunt, J B McElhoEc, W C Jessup, M Marks, L Orcutt, E
Haas, ? Scott, Risley ft Creighton. H Rosenthal. E Bates
ft Co, D Paul ft Co, Hart ft Co, C R Ray, Southern Ex?
press Co, and others.
Steamship Moneka, Shackferd, Now York-loft Thurs?
day, PM. Mdxe. To J ft T Getty, J E Adger ft Co,
Railroad Agents, C D Ahrens ft Co, Adams, Damon ft Co,
Southern ?xpaesa Co, J ft W H Armstrong, G W Aim ar.
T A Beajush ft Co, W M Bird ft Co, Bonafont ft Salas, E
Bates ft Co, BoUmarn Bros, Kissell ft Co, Bellamy ft
Robinson. H Bischoff ft Co, Cartmill, Harbeson ft Co, H
Cobia ft Co, Claciua 4 Witte, J Commins, J A Cook ft Co,
M Carrington, Cameron, Sarkier ft Co. T M Cater. W H
Chaise, E David, JR Dickinson. H Daly, Dowie ft Moise,
Steamer Dictator, J M Eason ft Bro. Ferguson ft Hi lmes,
J S Fairley ft Co. X P Forreston, Goodrich, Wineman ft
Co, C Graveley, Mary Galloway, AGG Agent, W Gurney,
Hart ft Co, Hastie, Calhoun ft Co, J Hyman, H Harris,
W Harral, Jr, F Horsey, Jeffords ft Co, Johnston, Crews
ft Co, Jennings, ThomUnson ft Co,C H Johnson, J ft J D
Kiikpatrick. T Keller?, Klinck, Wlckenberg ft Co, Leng
nlck ft Sell, A Langer. Laurey ft Alexander, D Lillien
thal ft Co, T Murphv, J B Morello, J Marion, H Meyor, J
Marzyck. Msntoue ft Co, North, Steele 4 Wardell, Oaten
dorff 4 Co, B O'Neill, D O'Neill 4 Son, J C Ojemann, W
F Paddon, D Paul 4 Co, W A Rook, J Russell, D Bempke,
E Scott 4 Co, E B Stoddard 4 Co, Dfferhirdt, Campeen
4 Co, W L Webb. Wagener, Heath ft Monsees, F Weyk
maxm. J R Wiltberger, J Walker, Agent, Werner ft Duck?
er, O Wietels, Mrs S Watts, Wuhlburn ft Stelling, Mrs M
J Zarnow, C Ettsckgi. and othors.
Steamer Achilles. Schillenger, Philadelphia, 7 days.
Ballast. To H F Baker 4 Co. Bound to New Orleans,
and put in for coal.
Steamer Thoa M Morgan, Livingston. Philadelphia, 7
days. Ballast. To H F Baker ft Co-put tn for coal.
Steamer Dirte'or, Payne, Palatka, via Jacksonville.
Fernandina and Savanah, ll bales Cotton, 17 bbb)
Fruit, S bales Hides, Mdze, Ac. To J D Aiken ft Co, J ft
J D Kirkpatrick, Roper 4 Stoney, Southern Express Co,
Goldsmith 4 Sons, J B Togni, F Kressell, H L Jeffords,
Cohen, Hanckel 4 Co.
Steamer St Helena, Boyle, Edisto and Rockvilla.
6 balea SI Cotton, and Sundries. To J H Murray, W C
Dukes ft Co. Klinck. Wlckenberg ft Co. W E Mikell, G H
Walter ft Co, G W Clark ft Co, Mrs E J Trott, W P Dow?
ling, E H Rodgers ft Co.
Steamship Champiou, Lockwood, New York-Courtenay
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore-Courtenay ft Tran
Sehr Fannie W Johnston, Marts, Wilmington, NC-H F
Baker & Co
Went to Sea SutnrUa> .
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York,
steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore.
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York.
Krona this Port.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobb/, New York, October 18.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, Oct ?,
Steamship Alabama, Umebttrner, New York, Oct lo.
Brig G F Geary, Conk lin, New York, Oct 9.
1'p for thia Port.
Steamship Ooorge B Upton, Rich, at Boston, to leavd
Cleared for thia Foi t.
Brig Martha, Stone, at New fork, Oct ll.
1,1ST OP VKSSKI.S
PP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOK THIS POUT.
British bark Y u m un. Thompson. < teared.Sept 23
Br bark Queen, Stuart, sailed.August IS
British bark Tecumseh, Sponagle, up.Sept 2?
'I ne Chattanooga, Freeman, sailed.August Iv
The Hakou Adelstelu, Backer, up.Sept ll
The Charleston, Morley, sailed.September IE
The Tritou, Keoger, sailod.Sept i
D O M F. H TIC.
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to luave.o.Oct lt
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, up .Sept .&
Sehr Maine Law, Johnson, cleared.Oct li
Steamship Saragossa, Crowed, to leave.Oct li
Brig Tangent, Rich, np.Oct !
Brig Martha, Stone, cleared.Oct ll
Rehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Oct I
behr E A Conk Un, Daniels, cleared.Oct '
Sehr M B Bramhall, Hussey, up.Oct I
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, cleared.Oct <
Sehr W S Doughten. Tatem, cleared.Oct 1
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, to leave.Oct 1!
??EOKOETOWS. O. C.
Sehr J A Halleck. Crowed, sailed.Sept 1!
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meetiiis Stree!,
I OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL, )
Dealern In all kinds of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS
HEN ERE Y'S MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY & SONS SAW G1"N AND CON
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'8 GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER GIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GMT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THF. BEST. MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
lu introducing this new Power into the maiket, wi
would state that the following are some of the ad van
tages possessed by the "LITTLE GIANT" over all othei
Horse powers :
1. Its great strength on account of being double-geared
which not only doubles the strength by dividing thi
strain on twice the number of teeth, but by gearing ox
both Rides of the wheels it equalizes the wear on th?
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, enabling Un
horses to do much more work than with any othei
li. Its compactness and extreme portability, lt weighing
about one-ball as much ss other Horse Powers, and occu
pyitlg but one-third the space, it can be packed in sinai
boxes, thus saving much expense. It is so simple tba
tho most ignorant person would have no difficulty ii
putting it together^
:?. The facility with which it can be adjusted to au}
kind of ms ch i ni. ry at any angle, either on the ground oi
over head, without moving it from its foundation, wil
be appreciated by farmers and planters as specially adapt
ed for driving Cotton Gins. ?
Htm U K L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
?IM il REAPING MACK
Plows of all descriptioiis, Cast Iroi
FLOW CASTINGS, m every variety ; Cultivatora
Hcrse Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field and Garden Roi
lera ; Fan Mills; Corn Mills ; Corn Shell ors ; Corn and Col
Crushers ; Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters ; Planta
bon Carts and Wagons ; Canal and Garden Barrows
Sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Churns
Shovels ; Spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; Hoes, fte., ftc, Gar
.h n Seeds, of all Kinds, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Juue 18 tilths
JOB' COTTON PRESS,
Two ol' the Presses are now readj
THE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS IS CALLED TC
the best COTTON PRESS that has ever been offerei
to the. market tor baling cotton. It is warranted to pres
560 lbs. into an ordinary sized bale with two men. If 1
substantial and durable, and can bs placed in the aaxrn
building with the Gin, One of them can be seen in oper
ation at North Commercial Wharf. Apply to
WM. S. HENEREY,
NO. 3H MEETING STREET.
October ? tuthsfc
There cometh glad Udings ol joy to all,
To young and toold, to great and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
ls tree for all, and all may be lair.
By Hie use of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable aud perfect preparation in use. foi
giving tho skin a beautiful pearl-Uke tint, that is ouh
lound iu youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim
pies. Blotches. Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruptions
and all impurities of tho skin, kiudl} healing the sami
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its usi
cannot bo detected by the closest semtiny, and being i
vegetable preparation ls perfectly harmless. It ls tin
only article of the Lind used by the French, and is cou
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perice
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during Hu
past year, a sufficient guarautee of its efficacy. Prici
ouly 75 c??nta. Sent by mail, poe? paid on receipt ot ni
BERGER, SH UTI S ft CO.. Chemists.
?ci Rivera., Troy, N. V
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
B AGGI NV. fl yard
D onde?. 30 0 65
Gunny Cloth. 35 ? 26
BALE ROPE, fl tb-MsnUls. . 24 ? * 25
Western.?...' 13 @ 15
New York....-wr..- ig) -
?ute....i.:...:....wf...f 12V?? -
BREAD, fin? ?
Navy. - (s> -
PUot. l? ? -
Crsckers. 12 @ 15
BRICES, fl M. 9.00 020.00
BRAN, * 100 tts. 33 0 -
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - (5) -
Low Middling. 15 0 15>?
Middling to Strict Middling. 16 <* M
Good Middling. - @ -
Re* Island. 45 0 65 .
CANDLES, V fc-8perm. M 0 . -
Adamantine... ' 22 0 25
Tallow. 19 0 20
COFFEE, fl lb-Bio. 24 @ 30
Laguayra. 28 ? 35
Java.. 0 45
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 26 0 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 fl -
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite. 9-50 01C.OO
COPPER. V lb-Sheet. 63 0 60
Peruvian Guano, y ton. 100.00 <a -
Paciac Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 75.00 0 -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phoephate, 2000 lbs... 65.00 0 -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate,fl 2000 lb 65.00 @ -
Zell's Baw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 0 -
Zeb's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolflton's Phosphate of Lim?".. . | 65.00 @ -
FISH-Cod, V 100 lbs.I 7.00 0 9.00
Berring. * box.( 45 @ 80
Mackerel No. 1, fi hali bbl.11.00 011.50
Mackerel. No. 2, half bbl.10.00 010.60
Mackerel, No. 3, bbl. - ft? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kita. - ? -
No. 2. - <o> -
No. 3. - 0 -
Sardines, fl 10(?-quarter boxes.. 23 0 25
Half boxes.... 48 (a) 50
F?Or/?, V bbl-Super. ll..75 012.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.W 013.00
Baltimore Eitra!.13.00 0 -
Boothera- Super.112.00 ?12.50
Extra-.13.00 (c( -
Famtly.14.00 ? -
FRUITS-Prunes, fi Bs. 22 0 -
Figs. 40 (a) r
. Dried Apples. 10 0 28
Almonds, solt shell. 35 0 40
Raisins, lt, H., fl box. <-00 (ul 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 tx f> Ci
Oranges. - fl -
Lemons, fl box. 16 00 017.00
GLASS, fi box of 50 feet
American, 8x10.'. 5.50 0 COO
American, 10x12. 6.00 (g> 6.50
French, 12x14. 7 00 fl 8.00
GRAIN- Mary land Oata, ft bushel.| ?0 0 90
Western Oats, fl bushel. - 0 -
Corn, fi bushel. 1.55 0 1.65
Beans, fl bushel. 2.00 (af 3.00
HA r, f? cwt.-North River. 1.25 foi
Eastern. 1.35 0
HIDES-Vry, fl lb. 10 f.? U
LVD/00-f? tb. 1.00 w 1.75
/fiO/V-ReOnwl, fi lb. 07 i.v 07'.
Swede.| 09 (4; 10
LATHS, fl M.,.| 4.00 (u' ?.50
ff ? F.-HheU, fi bbl. - (m
South Carolina.| 1.5u (a>
Rockport.I 2.00 (O' 2.25
Cement. 2.75 ja- 3.5il
Plaster paris.,. | 4.IMI 0 4.50
? UMBER, V M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|60.00 (155.00
White Pine, good run..,.>3S. Oo (?MO.(MI
Yellow Pine. 20.00 025.00
! Boards, fi M feet-Rough.12.00 (o 15.00
? ? rooved and Tougued.... 2d. 00 033. oo
I LEA THER. country tanned, ft lb. - > -
? MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 0 .'..?
MusCbvado. 65 (a> C5
1 8ugar House. 50 foi 1.00
New Orleans. 75 0 82
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar. - (a? -
1 Pitch.I - fl -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 (Si C.Oil
Rosin, No. 1. 3.60 ?? 3.75
Rosin, No. a. 3.00 0 -
Rosin, No. 3. '?.75 (ol 2.85
? Spirits Turpentine, ?. call?n. 60 ?i> 61
I yj?um. * m. W W -
) NAILS-\nwTicm, 4(a)20d, ft keg. 6.60 0 7.00
American Wrought. - 0 -
Lathing. 7.60 010.0(1
Copper, fi lb. 1.00 (a, -
Galvanized. 30 0 -
Spikes. 12 (SJ 15
! OILS- Lard, fi gallon. 1.40 (ai 1.45
Linseed, * gillon. 1.64 0 1.60
1 Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. a. 95 fa) -
Cotton Seed, fl ?; Hon. - ? -
1 Castor (E. I.). ?* ?alien. 3.00 (a) -
Olive, fl dozeu.18.00 010.00
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 0 54
, Benzine, fi gallon.I 60 fol -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mesa, fl bbl.|16.00 030.00
Beef, prime.114.00 015.00
i Pork, mess. 28.00 fi -
Rump. - 0 -
Bacon, Hams, fl lb. 13 fl 241,
Bacon, Sides.. 18 Si* 20
Bacon, Shoulders. 16 (ai 101,
Bacon, Strips. ls uj> -
Lard, in keg. TUM? 15
Butter. 30 0 40
Cheese. 16 0 64
Potatoes, fi bbl. 4.00 (oj -
Onions.I 4.00 (gt -
Apples. 8.00 ?* 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, fi lb. 10 0 16
Black Lead. 10 M 12
Zinc, White.I 12 0 16
PLOW STEEL, fl lb 13 0 -
RICE-Carolina, fi lb. 10X0 ll
East India. - 0 -
SLATES- American, fl square.12.50 (u: -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 (a- 8.HJ
White Pine, first quality. 12.00 0 --
SALT-Liverpool, roars?, fi sack. 2.00 @ 2.76
Liverpool, fine. - (<$ -
SOAP- Bar, fi lb. U (ol UH
STARCH, f? tb. 10 0 12
SPICES, fl lb-C?sala. 1.00 (Ss -
Mace. 1.76 0 -
Cloves. 75 0 -
Nutmegs. 2.00 Cg) 2.60
Pepper. 40 0 -
Pimento. ... 40 0 50
Race Ginger. 30 (a) -
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 @ 0.00
Brandy, Cognac. j 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 0 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4..75 ?6.00
Gin, American. 5.60 @ 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.60 0 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 0 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 0 2.40
SUGAR, fl lb-Raw. 13 0 16
Crushed. 18 0 18
Clarified A. 17 (g 18
Clarified B. 17 0 18>?
Clarified C. 16^0 17
Loaf. 18 0 19
Porto Rico. 14 0 15
Mnacovar" . ?13 0 15
SEGARS- Domestic manufacture, fl M. 18.00 045.00
TEAS, fl ft-lm*perlal. 2.00 <g> 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 (pi 2.5C
Hyson. 1.60 0 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 0 1.76
TOBACCO, fl ?, as per quality. ?0 0 1-60
TIMBER-Eevm Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 012.00
Alb. .... - 0 -
poplar. - 0 -
Hickory. - 0 -
TIN-IC Booting Plate.115 00 0 -
I X Roofing Plate.' .(17.00 @ -
IC Tin Plate', 10x14..I. 15.60 @ -
1 X Tin Plate 10x14. 17.00 0 -
1 C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.60 Ca) -
Block Hu, fl lb. 40 (di -
riF/AT-Cotton. fi lb. 75 0 -
Baling. 45 (o -
Hemp. 45 0
Jiite. GO (a) ~
VARNISH- Bright, fl gallon. 25 0 -
Parafine. -- ? <ai
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gsllou. 60 0
Cider.,. 30 @ -
French. 1.00 (ai* 1.25
WINE, fl gallou-Port. 2.50 fl COO
Madeira. 2.25 (ai 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 6.00
Claret, fi case. 5.00 013.60
Champagne, fl basket. 25.00 080.00
ZINC-Sheet. H lb.I 26 0 27
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC. ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
tor the use of the
Medical Profession anti the Fain i ly,
is now endorsed by all the prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists sud Connoisseurs, as possessing ali those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tome and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
Wc trust that our established reputation founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates cur claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees the excellence of this Standard Article.
Put up in cases containing one dozen bottles each and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, fte.
A. M. BIN1NGER A CO,
[Established 1778. Sole Importers
Nu. 13 Beaver street, New Yoi
"Pinions of ttl ' Fres*.
The Blulngers, No. 15 Beaver street, bave a very high
.reputation to sustain, aa the oldest and best house in
New York -Home Journal.
The house of A. M. Bininger A Co.. No. 15 Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of etghtv years, a repin
Utlon that may well be envied -.V. V. Evening PMU
GOODRIC H, WTNEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Oppoaito Charleston Betel
D0WIE ? MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO Ki.Vt; tVCASSlDST,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. t\
Oh I she wag beautiful and f.vlr,
With starry eyes, and radiant bair.
Whose curling tendrils, soil entwiui-?l,
Enchained the very heart and mind.
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massive
BY USING TUM ARTICLE LAD1E ? AND GENTLE'
MEN can beantitv themselves a thousand lold.
lt is the only article in tb'e world that will curl straight
hair, and at the same time give lt a beautiful, glosa) ap
penrauce. 'Ptte Crisper i oma not only curls the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies und rleanses it; is highly and ile
lightfully periun.ed, and ls thp most complete article oi
the kind ever offered to the Amirican public. Th.
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed un.>
postpaid for $1.
Address aliordera to
W L i'LARK A CO., Chemists.
N" 3 We? Fayette street, S rjcuie. N\ Y.
For tho Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare and
Heautiful Flower (romwhich it taken it? name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON i SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PH ALON'S -TAB F. NO OTHER.
Sold l>y Drugisihts ffenerally, and
H..nd nt Wholesale bj
Ja nary Ol
F 04T T Z ' S
HORNE AMI ri??iJiPOWDERS.
yjrf^S^SBrff a ? '1 favorably known,
i^wiS^|y4^1^^fi luol"ouPll,i reinvi?Oj
^^^??S^^9^^^ ?r a'-' '''s,'a"''h iiu~''i''"1
EH:', YF.I.LOW WATER, HEAVER COWjlS, DIS
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
en? their hide, an.I makes them thrive much fssttV^^' '
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE. SDCU AS COUGHS
TJLLCERS IN THE _
LUNGS, LIVER; Ac, flfOBPIftllk
thin article arts BS S^?MuMB?B fmm
specific. R\ putting /j*?g/A MW
from one-half a iiaivrrf^SSjH I |wJL
to a paper in a barrel "Sj^H mW\
of swill the above dis- ^^^*Mpi?aaaaaa>^r^M
nill LIL- eradi.-a- ?3. MwT^ZT M "Ti "'
te.'. l utiiclj pr.- -?'^'^^m^Utr^kiltmmTr- '
vented l( civeu lu TePwSPS?5!3a7^^i^^^^r'
lime, a rertalu preventive aud cure for ike Ho* Cholera,
S. A. FOFTZ Si BRO.,
No. HO FRANKLIN S T ll E F. T
F.-.R TALE RV
DOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRI?G HOUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
March 21 sruthCmo
OLD MUSHED DRUG STORE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
ll.VTF. PHLV ib DOUX)
WHOIMIE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 HEETlNfl STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LAI ELY RECEIVED I ARGE ADDITIONS IO
their usual -i.n l. ul pure and uv.,,
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FA Nc Y GOOD*
Comprising invoices from the most reputable manu?
facturers. On hand, all the principal
Including Preparations of AYER. .JAYNE, HALL, CHEV.
ALIER. DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac. Uso, i
large assortment ot
ETAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OE EYERS DESCRIPTION.
Great attention is paid to the importation sud seleo
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other are allowed togo on) nf the Fstablrdi
Pi.! SCRIPTIONS lompoujiUei]
with atc . nw, and the public can
d?pend on lu utmost iclial-ilily iu
the execntion o, itiers.
E. H. kELLEP.N. M.il. I
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Saperflnons Hali-.
110 TUE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS [NVA LU ABU
depilatory recommends itself aa beiu^ au almost in
dispennible article Ut, female beauty, ia easily applied
.loes nut lunn rn- Injure the skin, bul acts direct I) on th'
roots. It is warranted to remove mperBuons bair fron
low foreheads, or from any part ol lite bod), ..ouipl.-t.-b
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving tin
skin ?oft, smooth and natural, "inls LI the oulyartict
'uxed'by the French, and in the univ real effectual depth
lory in existence. Prk* "fl cents per package,1 pos
l<aid tu aiiv address, on receipl of an order, by
KERGER, Ml I TTS & co.. Chemists,
Marek io 1? r No. WW River st., Troy. N. V.
j ^^^^^ F. AUTI Auburu. ^^^^^
ha1 "ot fill,er sex into wavy ringlets, or heasv massiv,
ci.. Gas been used hy the fashionables ci Pails sue
Loudon, with thc most gratifying result?. Does no iu
lory to tba hair, Price by mad, sealed and postpaid, il
Descriptive Pirculan mailed tte.- Address BERGER?
sin IT'S 4 CO . Chemists No. S85 River street. Troy, if
V , -..lc Agent-1 ir the i idled elates
March 30 >.
IMPORTANT TOJP? PUNTERS
A SOUTHJ5BN BiVEKTION.
IRON S?REW COTTOIV PRESS.
THF. LATEST AND BT FAR THE MOST PERFECT
COT i OX RCRF.W ya Invented. With one mule
a heavy bale ran be e;silv parker!. Pend for Descrip?
tive and PTlroEi-t. to HCOEt. k RAYTTNEL.
(?.lierai Agents tor tbe State.
East Bay. Charleston, S. C.
Portable sud Station?r; ENGINES, Saw Gins,
Heuery's McCarthy nins. Grist Mills, Bark Mills,
norse Powere, Threshers, ic., ir. For aale by
HUGER & RAVENEL,
EAST BAY, CHAHLESTON, S. C.
May 2 ni th 6mos
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
THE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY Q F MEDICINE
AND SURGERY waa organized in 19?. Chartered
by the Legislature, February 20. J8T?3. Narr, e changed
by a legislative enactment to tue Eclectic V.-cd ii ul Col?
lege, o? Philadelphia, in I860, tu 18&J lt pu tv ca? rd the
Pennsylvania Medical College, established in ? .vi, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which had prevknsdy
been merged into the Pennsylvania Medical College. Ih
1864 it purchased the Penu Medical University. TfSp
Trustees ol' thc separate schools united, pelitiuued and
obtained a special Act of the Lepis,ature, consolidating
these institutions aud cha. ging their names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicino and Surgery,
MareU 15,186.".. All thine various Acts are publi hed in
the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 uilding
and museum was over one hundred.thousand dollars, lt
will be observed that the University, as now organized, i*
Hie legal representative of the four Medical Colleges that
it han absorbed. It is a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached lo any medical clique
but embraces in it* teaching everything of value to the
Sessions.-It lias two full sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and continuing until the 1st of
Januar}', as its first session, and from the 1st of January
to the 1st ol April, aa its second; the two constituting one
full course of lectures. It has also a summer session,
commencing the 1st April aud continuing until August,
for th? preparatory branches, such as Latin, Greek,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickets.-Tickets to the full course of lecturer $120. or
$fi0 for each session. For the summer or preparatory
course $25. Oraudatiug tee &?>. Ta aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold tu first-course students for
$75. and far second-cours*? studeuts and clergymen for
$50, esrh constituting the holder a life member, with the
perpetua] privileges of the lectures, and all thc teachings
of the school. The only additional tees nre a j early dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, each of which is $5.
The Ail canto yes of'Scholarship*.-Tho student holding a
scholarship cati enter the College at any time during the
year, attend Ss long as he chooses, aud re-enter the insti?
tution as frequently as dc.ired.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
University ou scholarships, heuce, sll private tuition fees
studonts, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
business a part of the time. -
The candidate for graduatiou csu present himself at
any time, and receive his degree as soon as qualified.
In ease J stii 'cut should hold a scholarship aud not bc
able to attend lectures, it can be transferred to auother,
thus preventiug any los.*.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing tc
purchase scholarship tor them a year or more helot*
their attendance at the University, can secure them by
advancing one-half the price and paying the balanc<
when the student entera. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow great beuefit upon poor young men bj
presenting them a scholarship, aud thus enabling then
to ootaln an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physician!
and surgeons. The University has associated with it t
large hospital clinic, whete every form of medical and
surgical disease ls operated ou and treated in the pres
euee of the class.
COLLEGE BUILDING.-The College building, loruied ir
.Ninth street, south of Walnut, fa the finest in tho city.
Its front ls collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
battlemeuts and embrasures, prcsonttng a novel, bold
and beautiful appearance. 'Hie facade ls of brown Stone
ornamented hy two towers, nsing to the elevation o
eighty feet, and rrowned with an embattled parapet
She building containa between fifty and sixty rooms, al
supplied widt water, gas, and every other .convenience
that modern improvement can contribute tofacOitati
medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarship!
will he issued, and as two hundred and fifty are nov
sold, those who wish to secure ono should do so at one?
Money can be remitted by express, nr a draft or ched
sent on any Natioual Bank in the United states, whet
the scholarship will be returned by mail, signed by thi
President o? the Board of Trustees, JOSEPH S. FISHER
Esq.. and the Dean of the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D
All orders for scholarship-" ur other business of the Uni
versttv. should be adlrcs?ed to Professor W. PAINE. M
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
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CIT Y. TAXES-MON TH L Y RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR ?
T"_? Cm HALL, Ootober 1, 1867. f
\T OTICE IS HEREB7 GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
.L! that the Mouthly Returns for the month of Septen^
ber past, in compliance with the fax OrrJnance ratified
ot. the 23th day of December, 1866, must b* mad" on os
before tho 16th instant D. C. GIBSON
October 1 13 City Assessor,