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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 18C7.
The author of these Unes addressed, but a lew days
ainoe, some stanzas to his friend, at that time proatrated
by illness. It was then little dreamt that bc would so
soon be called upon to perform the melanoholy duty of
Inscribing bis elegy.
Low, whlap'riog voices, as of Augels, fraught
With tender touches of pat., i ic love.
Like Ute faint ult*rance of a holy thought.
Fell, in soft echoes, from the spheres above.
The Muse e paused I they seemed to feel the breath.
And closer clasped their petted child of song,
As tho' they caught the dreadful note of death.
And feared they would not have their lav ' rite loug.
Too true I the Seraphs, jealous, lest the earth
Should be of snob a genUe heart possest,
Entwined a wreath, syinbcUc or hts worth.
And bore him, crowned, to his eternal rest.
Lost friend-I hold a faded violet now,
Plucked from thy bosom, ere the envious grave
Paled the chaste, lustre of thy shining brow.
And hid tbs glory tby bright presence gave-.
But what, tho' reft of all its sweet perfume?
There lies, within my heart of hea-ta, a spot
Where springs a flower that survives thy doom,
A type of Mern'ry, tho Forge t-me-Not.
So shall the lips of an undying Fame
Bing out the thoughts thou hast bequeathed man?
Making the future record of thy nam?
A synonyme for aU the git ta of mind.
Sleep on I the tomb but urns thy crumbling clay.
For auch a Spirit ar thine own 'tis meet
To soar where only "shines the perfect day,"
And song itself grows more divinely sweet.
M. M. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. October 10, 1867.
NEW YORE -Per steamship Prometheus-100 tes Rice,
605 baise Cotton. 100 bales Domestics, 16 pkgs Fur?
niture, 2 casas Segara, 60 pkgs Sundries.
Tb? charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON' DAILY NEWS, )
Pn.iTtpm Tuesday Evening, October 16, 1867. t
Undar favorable news from other markets tbs demand
hare '?as animated, and buyers took about 700 balas, at
pricsii which showed an improvement oi shout a half (*)
cent 'A ft. The txantactiona were, 16 at 14, ll at its,,
24 at 14%. M st 15, 2 at 15*. 57 at 15.*?'. 86 at 16, 22 at
16.*. 174at 18*, 12 at 16"4', 105 at 17, and 162 on private
tarma. We quote
LrVXBPOOL CLASSIFICATIONS :
Mast Middling.17 ?
AUGUSTA, October 4.-COTTON-There has Leen a
fair demand to-day, and prices were irregular. Sales,
amounting tc 348 bales, were made fully up to Satur?
day's prices-say 15* tor New York Middlings. The
tollowing are the aalea : 1 at 14; 7 at 14*; 2 at 14*; 6 at
14* ; 92 at 15; 4 at 15* ; 36 at 15* ; 182 st 15*; 7 at 15* :
6 at 16, and 4 bales cu private terms. Receipts, 420
WantAT- White S2 50 a 3 o; Red $2 20 a 2 50;
Con-White SI 66 a 1 60; Yellow and Mixed SI 40.
BA co*-Shoulders 17; R Sides 19; C R Sidos 20 s 21; O
Sides 21: Hams 22 a 25.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. October 10.-COTTON.-The market
opened this morning with only a moderate amount on
sale, but at a later hour the supply waa Increased by
further samples from the late arrivals, and pretty fair
eeope was afforded to buyers. At the same time the de?
mand waa quite general, and ac there waa leaa difference
than usual De: ween factors and buyers, the sales were on
quite a liberal scala, summing up 1260 bales, taken by
clavan buyers, mostly for the North. Prises exhibited
incrassrd Irregularity, the lower grades particularly.
The better qualities were steady, and, with the exception
of some smaU lota, readily commanded yesterday's
figures. Two or more lists of Strict Low Middling, for ex?
ample, sold at 18c., which were our ontulde flgaree for 'hat
class. On the other hand, email lots of the samo de?
scription were bought at less than the Inside
rate. The lower qualities, from barely good ordinary
down, were neglected, and sold at a .-eduction. Under
these circumstances we now quote ordinary at 13 a 14* ;
good ordinary at 15* a 16*; low middling at 17* a 18;
and rniAdHng 8t 18* a 19. At the same time there were
sales st less than the inside rates, but not of sufficient
extent to serre as s basia for quotations. A smell lot of
good middling to middling fair brought 21 cents. If
the planters and shippers will only hurry forward the
crop it will meet a good demand at fair prices, compared
with other markets.
STATEMENT OT COTTON.
Rack oa hand 1st September, 1867. bales-15,258
BscslTed tc-day. 258
Esosi.edprsTloUBly. 15,195- 15.453
Cleared to-day. none
Cleared prarioualy. 8,890- 8,890
Stock on band and on shtpboaid. 21,810
WILMINGTON, October 14.-TURPENTINE-The re?
vel? ta were Y eerier tc-day, and we quote aalea of 1024
bola at S4 06 for virgin ano yellow dip, and S2 60 for hard,
V 300 fte.
SPOUTS TURPENTINE-Market steady and firm. Sales
of 357 bbla at 53*c for country, and 64c for New York
ROSIN-Market firm for the lower grades. Kales of
12S5 bbla at S3 30 a 3 35 for strained; S3 35. 3 37 * a 3 50
for No 2; S3 76 a 4 for No 1. and S4 76 tor Pale.
TAB-160 bbla sold at S3 65 * bbl.
CORN-A cargo of 1010 bushels received aud sold at
SI 27* ?. bushel.
BALTIMORE, October 12.-Comte-1 ho quietude
of yesterday prevailed throughout to-day; quotations un?
COTTON-The market closed yesterday at 18 cents for
Middling, and figures to-day rule about the same, with a
G RAI?-Wheat-Otterings to-day were confined to 100
bush ela white and 6490 bush als red; low grades are not
much sought for, bnt prime and choice kinda are wanted
and readily sell ; the market was firm at veste; day'6 quo?
tations, to wit: 2200 bushels red, included in which ware
1160 bushels prims, at S2 86, and the remainder at prices
ranging from S2 45 to 2 65 for medium, and S2 20 to 2 25
for lower qualities. Corn-1653 bushels white and 1645
yellow received; salea of 676 bushels whitest SI 46, and
1360 bushels yallow at SI 48, a decUne of 2 to 5 cents.
Oats-3080 bushels received; sales of 716 bushels wet st
63 cents, and the balance good to prime at 70 to 73 cents,
a decline of Ito 2 cents. Rye-500 bushela offered and
gold at SI 65a 1 70 per bushel
MOLASSES-Market firm at previous quotations- no
PROVISION'S-The Southern demand for Bacon for con?
sumption still continues, and prices are steady as before,
tia : tor Shoulders 14J? a 15 cents; rib Sides 17 a 18 cents;
and clear rib Sides 18% s 18* cents; Hams are unchang?
ed, viz : for plain canvased 19 a 19* cents, and Western
sugar-cured 33* a 25 cents. Western Lard firm at 15
cents, and city 14* certs. Mess Pork ls steady at S2525
pat bbl. Bulk Shoulders 13* cents.
WHJSXET-We hear of no transactions; quotations
nominal in bond at 35 a 38 cents per gaUon.
Consignees per south Carolina Railroad,
834 bales Cottou, 61 balts Mdxt, 35 bags Rough Rice.
34 bags Flour, 65 casks Clay, 61 bbls Naval Stores, I car
Cattle, 9 lear* Lumbar and Wood, and Sundries. Tu
Greeter, Lee. Smith St Co, Roper A Stoney, Z Da-, is, H L
Jeffers A Co, E H Rodgers A Co, W Semke A Co, Cohen
Hanokel A Co, G H Walter A Co, W C Dukes A Co, J D
Busch, R Mc Elroy, Wagner, Heath A Monases, Utsey A
lanyon, A Robinson A Co. ii Bischoff A Co, T M Bristol,
HR Agent, Earn pa ui, Lanneau A Co, J Colclough,
Courtenay A Irsnholm, itt X Gs tty, Thurston A Holmes,
M GcOdaralih A Son, J A J D Kirkpatrick, Adams, Frost
. O w Witto, G W Williams & Co, E J Wise A Co, J
N Robson, D Jennings A Co, J M CaldweU A Sons, J D
?r?^? 2* Martin, G S Hacker, J M Eason A Bro.
g Weiring WP Dowling, J H Hoggett A co. ORsedex,
^?T3Z* 2?? J A Enste* A Co, T 9 Bee, Burke A SOD,
Wharton A Petsch, H F Baker A Co, and A McLeish.
Consignee? p?r Northeastern Railroart,
Co, H F Baker & Co, j WaUon
Per steamship Manhattan, rrom New Yoik-\fr?
Stallings, D Walcot and wife. R Bolton and lad? Mr. Mn
Ginniaa, Miss M A Harley. Mba c A Cogswell Mu3 D H
McEwen, Mrs 8 Watta. Dr G A Qulmty. wife child and
serrant, Mrs A J Wakefield, Mrs C 0 AaitereonMta ?
P Brewster, Dr A Anderson, .'aa Aude-sou R p M ?li.
and wife, Miss Wood. C R Brewster. R c bilcbrist an J
wu?. D Toland and wife. A McCloy anO wife Ml.? v
lugleman, Misa O A MikelL H W Dewie, wife sad sis
ahilaren, Jae Mays, Rev M Vaa Horn, J j p0p?, G New
comb, 8 Blum, Mrs T E Ryan, four chUdren and servant
A McGinns*. C McNaUy, M ss Emma Dahl, Mies W
Strick, Iii?? ? Long, Misa F Enobloch, Miss M Burke
Miss 3 L Hitchcock. Fm? Debts. M Zvmartal. A Davis C
BsnteL 0 Weston and son, J Goldsmith. J P Nlckeraon J
D Johnson and wife, Miss N ll Winteringbam. Misa E M
Hnboard. J G Mackey, J W 0 Gay. Mrs J N Wood. Miss
Rats Davis, Chas W Scott, D C Betts. J R Prindle, J A
Bassett, Mrs A Bischoff and three children. Agnew and
UTy,?Iii,"A??"1''' Mr? M Vin Horn, Mrs M Scudder,
MBM L BaU Mua F Van Hom. N A Hunt, D 8 Graham
and wife, W Lonbet, L Lonbet, E Solomon, J Nathan, L
H Hemer, Mra S A Bentley, A Yonsh. J HaUott, S Rogers,
Ber Porter and eon,-Hubbard, and 21 steerage.
Psr ?tesmsbip Ses Gull, from Baltimore-Mrs E A
Walis, child and maid. T L David, aon and daughter C
J Henbever. Mist 9 Raid, Min? M ?jue.
rUAtES or THE MOO*.
First Q. StU, Oh. 47ni. ?ven I Last.Q. 20th, 3h. i'm. men:
yul] M. 13th. Sh. lia. morn | New M. 27th.7b. 43m. morn
S OCTOBER, i Bm:s rsCTS,
17 Thursday .
18 Frida\. .
?o sunda> ...
HUH T OF C II A K L K S T 4? Si .
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-lett Sat?
urday. Mdze. To Street Bros A Co, C D Ahrens, J E
Adger A Co, J D Aiken i Co. G W Aimar, C N Avorill A
Stn. D A Anime, James A W H Armstrong, T M Bristol,
Baum Bros ? Co, J B Belts, E Bates A Co, Ueo L Buist,
W M Bird A- Co, Bart 4 Wirth, H Behrmau, H F Baker
A Co, H Bischoff A- Co, Mrs M J Booth, Block A Loyne,
Brown A Byer, G W Brown, ll Brandi s, A Cauale, W S
Corwin A- Co, Cameron, Barkley Je Co, J Campnen A Co,
T D Clancy, lt 4 A P Caldwell, J A Cook * Co, Chisolm
Bros, S O Court-nay, W H Chailee. Crane, Boyleston *
Co. T M Cater, Dozier A- Co. L Dunnerman, E David, T
L Davidson, Apent steamer Dictator, H Daly, Dowie A
Moise, J ii Duval & Son, J A F Dawson. Dewing, Burkett
A Co, Douglas-A M?ler. J W Donny, L Drucker. I L Falk
tt Co, D F Fleming A Co, J S Fairley A Co, J Ferguson.
P L Guilleniin. Ooudkop A Beuthuer, Goodrich, Wiue
man & Co, W Gurney, (.?ruber A Martin, M Galloway. J
J Green, N A Hunt, Hastie, Calhoun A Co, 1 Horse v.
Hart A Co. Hernes A Calder, J H Hsppoldt, H Heins, G
H Hoppock, J Steiber, J Uoyinan, J Hems, F S Holmes.
J Hurkamp A Co, J H Graver. Jennings, Thoinlinson A
Co. 0 H Johnson. Jeffords S co, Johustou, Crews A Co,
O E A A S Johnson, A Illing, M L Kline, J A J D Kirk?
patrick, Kinsman 4 Howell, U Klatto A Co, H W Kins?
man, W Kinsman, Kliuck, Wickeuoerg A Co. F Kresaell,
Jr. J P Keip, Littb A: Marshall, A Langer, S W Lutze 4
Bro, A Lnstedt, Lainey k Alexander, T Lilhenthal & Co.
W McComb A Co, Mantoue Je Co, P Meit aler, Muiphy,
Little A Co, F H Muller, W Matthiessen, Agent, Muller,
Nimitz A Co, W Marsckcr, W D McGra.b, K Martin. M
Marks, K H McDowell & Son, .7 G Milnor 4 Co, J M Mar?
tin, Juo Marion. J B McElhose, S R Marshall. P Murphy,
J B Meyer, T W Mlkell. McLoy A- Rice, I Murphy, Miss
R A Murtlund. N E Railroad. Noith, BtxeJ A Wardell, J C
Ogerman, L Orcntt, J F O'Neill A Son, D O'Neill A Son,
D Paul A: Co. R E Pennall. Preston A Co. E H Rodgers k
Co, J R^il*. C C Robertson, Rislev 4 Creighton, J Rus
seU, H Rosenthal. J K Read 4 Co, R S Schroder, South?
ern Expresa Co, P Sullivan. D J Sturges, J Small k Co, I.
Schnoll A- Co, Sinker A Co. L Schuchert, L D Shspevd.1
Strauss, Vanees A Co, Walter Steele, E B Stoddard k Co,
G W Steffons S Co. Screven k Nesbit, A O Stone, O Teide
man, Cfferhaidt, Campsep A" Co, W L'fferhardt, Mrs N J
Vernon. J H V?llers, F von Sauten. J Van Winkle. D B
Vincent. F Weidman, S Watts, Weruer A Ducker, Joseph
Walker, Wm G Whildeu A Co, A Willburgcr. Wagener.
Heath k Motisees. G W Williams A- Co, R R Ageut, Order
and others. At ll o'clock P M. Octobor 13th. Hatteras
light beariuy West, exchanged signals with the steam?
ship Falcon; same day, ut 11.45 P M. spoke steamship
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore- 56 hours.
Mdze. To Mordecai .t Co. Courtenay & Trenhoha,
R R Agent, J ft J D Kirkpatrick, Jeffords k Co. Mautoue
A Co, H Williams, W Marscher, G F'oltn. Gen R O Tyler.
Thurston A I olmes, Clacius k 'v'.tte, Jos Mehrteiis. H
Bulwiukle, Tsft A Howland, H Co ..a C Co, C D Brahe 3:
Co, J C Blohiue, Holmes A calder, A B Jarvs. J Hems,
Bollmau Bros, J C Overman, J no Thompson A Co, A
Canale. Jno" Campsen A Co, T J Kerr A Co, Stenhouse A
Co, Jno Russell, Mehrtens k Wohltman. H Klatte A Co.
W M Bird A Co, J A Ouacktubush,"Lubra A: Stelling, D
Brigg?. Agent. R A A P Caldwe'.L Wagner, Heath A Mou
BocB, G W Sterten? i Co, E J H Fischer, Ravenel A Barn?
well, Otis Phillips, D A Amme, Muller, Nimitz k Co,
Jennings, Thomhnson A Co, J Wallace, Roper A Lamer,
J E Adger A Co. G H Brown, R M Butler, R Bryce A Sou,
Welch A Brande?. W Knobloch. Klinck, Wickeuburg A
Co, W C Dukes A Co. J A W U Armstrong, J U Renueker,
/ Miller k Son, H Gerdts A Co. and others.
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, New Vcrk-10 dayd. Hav aud
Paving Stones. To W Roach, P O'Douuell, and Kiug A
Sehr E A Coukliu, Daniels, New York-6 days. Mdze.
To Street Bros A Co, Dowie k Moise, Gruber k Martin,
E N Fuller. T W Bliss. D Briggs. Moise k Co. D O'Neil),
R A A P Caldwell. Kreite k Chapman. N E R R Agent, J
Thompson A Co, James A Quackeubush, U W Kinsman,
Adams, Damon A Co, OstendorfJ k Co, S C R R Agent. J
F O'Neill A Son, E Baum, and other?.
Sehr J M Morales. Newman, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To Risley A Creighton and C W Selgnlou*.
Sehr Ann S Doss, from West Point Mill. 110 bbls Rica.
To Cohan, Hanckel L Co, ard Adams, Frost A Co.
Sloop George, item Saut?e. 161)0 bushels Rough Rice.
To Adams, Frost A Co, and J R Pringle.
. Cleared Yesterday.
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, New York -Jno 4 Theo
Went to Sea Yesterday.
! Steam tag Acb?le?, Schillengec New Orleans.
Steamer J M Morgan,-, New Orleans. > ,
Steamer Dictator, Payne, Pilatka, via Jacksonville, Fer?
nandina and Savannah.
Sehr F Mervin, Aldrich, Jacksonville.
Vp for this Port.
Sehr Ids Btlla, Weeks, at Boston, October 12.
From this Port.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, st New York, Octo?
8team?hip Falcon, Reed, at Baltimore, October 14.
L.IST OF VESMKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
B.itiih bark Yumuri, Thompsou. i leered.Sept 23
Br bark Queen. Stuart, sailed.Auguti 19
British bark Tecumseh. Spouagle, up.Seo*. 23
Tho Chattet ooga, F'ref mau. ?ailed.August 19
The Hakon Adel?reln. Backer, up.Sept 14
Tho Charleston, Morley, sailed.September 18
The Triton, Kaoger, sailed.Sept 4
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to leave o.Oct 19
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, up.Sept 28
bohr Maine 1 aw, Johnson, cleared.Oct 10
Sehr Ida bells, Weeks, up.Oat 12
fcteamabtp Saragossa, Crowell, to leave.Oct 19
Brig Tangent, Rich, up.Oct 9
Bris Martha, Stone, cleared.Oct ll
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cJearod.Oct 8
fie hr M B Brambah, Hussey, up. .Oct 8
Sehr W S Doughten, Tatem, cleared.Oct S
GEORGETOWN, D. C.
Sehr J A HaUeck, Crowell. sailed .Sept 19
HORSE MD CATTLE POWDERS.
ERS. YELLOW WATER.
FOUNDER, LOSS OF
APPETITE AND VI?
TAL ENERGY. 4c.
ITS USE IMPROVES
I THE WIND. 1N
I CREASES THE AP?
j SMOOTH and GLOS
I SY SKIN-and trans?
forms the MISERA?
INTO A FINE LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE
This preparation, long
and favorably known,
will thoroughly reinvigo?
rate broken down and
low-spirited horses, by
ttre ng > heniug and
cleansing the stomach
lt ta a sure preventive
of all diseases Incident
to this animal, such ax
LUNG FEVER, GLAND
HEAVES, COUGHS, DiS
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE. It In?
creases the quantity
and improves the quali?
ty of the MILK. Il
has been proven by ar
tual experiment to in?
crease the quantity ol
MILK and CREAM
twenty per cent., and
make the BUTTER
firm and aweet. In fat
jj. tenlng cattle, it g 1 v e a
- them an appetite, soft?
en? their hide, and makes them thrive much laster.
EN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS
?LLCERS IN THE
LUNGS, LIVER. Ac,
this article acta as a
specific. By putting
from one-nali a paper ?
to a paper tn a barrel
of ?will the above dis?
eases will be eradica?
ted or enUrelv pre?
vented, ir given m
time, a .-ertaiu proveutlve and cure f?r the Hog Cholera.
s. A. roi TZ & ?KO.,
IM o. Ita FRANKLIN !tHE?T
FOR SALE EV
DOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRIK; HOUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CI1ARI.KSTON itOTFi..
March Xl atututiuio
FUN FOR ALL!
fjTOIX INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
1 male or re??ale, can waster the great ail ul Veu<
triloquism by u lew houri?'practice, making n M oil j ui
fun, and ailee becoming esperta themselves, i-au tea?-li
others, thereby makin* it a source ol Income. Full in?
structions seul liv mail for 60 cents. satisfaction gust*
AddreA p. o. Drawer St, Troy, N. V.
May 13 lyr
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LEI
..xi ^fcrCnaat'i and business men'trj it lora ie w months
"No risk uo gam. ' Send on vour" cards and lucres*
your trado this tall, "iberia u'otblu? to equal Pnut. i ?
ink-lt ha9 made many a lurtune.
yyM.fag tbe paper-SS per annum, lu advance.
^ sjTarUaecaeats lnsmed at the rat* or il pet- square ol
n?S or lesH e*rU insertion
months'0' Un Uti6S '"' U"'- at tllM rata 01 11(1 tor th,v"
n^enrV^!Lb-V vear ?r for months, atlowiDi/ pm
lletre of changma on more favorable terms. Address
Charlestou Wholesale Prices.
HAGGING. f? yard
Dundee. 30 id, 65
Gunny Cloth. 25 ? 36
BALE ROPE, fl lb-Manilla. 34? 26
Western. 13 @ 16
New York. - ? -
Jute. 12?@ -
BREAD, ft rh
Navy. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 @ 16
BRICKS, fl M.t. 9.00 @20.00
BR AM", fl 100 lbs. 33 ? -
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - @ -
Low Middling. 15 c<? MJi
Middling to Strict MiddUng. 16 ? 17
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. 45 ? 55
CANDLES, fl lb-Sperm. 23 1 -
Adamantine...,. 22 @ 25
Tallow. IS* @ 20
COFFEE, fl lb-Bio. 24 ? 30
Laguayra. 28 @ 35
Java. ? <?
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 @ 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite. 9.50 ?1P.00
COPPER. ?I lb-Sheet. 68 ? 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs.. 75.00 <g> -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate. fl 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapes'Super Phosphate, fl 2000 lb 65.00 ? -
/.ell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 @ -
ZeU'a Super Phosphate ol Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..-. ? 65.00 @ -
FISH-Cod. fl 100 lbs.I 7.00 ? 9.00
Hsrring, ft box. 45 @ 80
Mackerel No. 1, fl half bbl.11.00 @11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, ft half bbl.10.00 ?10.60
Mackerel, No. 3, fl bbl. - @ -
Mackerel, No. 1. by kits. - @ -
No. 2. - ? -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 50
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11.75 @12.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.50 ?13.00
Baltimore Extra.13.00 @ -
Extra.13.00 @ -
Family.14.00 ? -
F? ?77-.S-Prunes. V lb. 22 0 -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried ApuleB. 10 ? 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 @ 40
Raisins, M. R., fl box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.60 ? 6.60
Granges. - ? -
Lemons, fi box.16.00 (?17.00
OL ASS, fl box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 5.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 0.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
UH A IN-Maryland Oats, fl bushel. HO ? 90
Western Oats, fl bushel. - @ -
Corn, ft bushel. 1.65 @ 1.65
Beans, fl bushel. 2.00 @ 3.00
HA Y, fl cwt.- North River. 1.25 @ -
Eastern. 1.35 ? -
HIDES- Dry, fl lb. 10 @ 12
INDIGO-V lb. 1.00 ? 1.76
IRON- Re?ued, V lb. 07 ? 07,'?
Swede.I 09 ? 10
LATHS, ft M. 4.00 @ 4.50
LYJfA-Shell. fl bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.60 @ -
Rockport.I 2.00 ? 2.25
Cement. 2.75 ? 3.60
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 ? 4.60
LUMBER, ft M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.00 @55.00
White Pine, good run.i38.00 (gi40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 @25.00
Boards, ft M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?16.00
Grooved and Tongued_ 28.00 (9132.00
LEA THER. country tanned, ft lb. - j) -
MOLASSES, ft gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado. 66 ? 65
Sugar House. 60 ? LOO
New Orleans. 75 @ 82
NA VAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar. - (g) -
Pitch.I - i -
Rosin, Pale. 4.50 @ 6.00
Roam, No. I....'. 3.60 ? 3.75
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 @ -
Rosin, No. 3. 2.75 ? 2.85
Spirits Turpentine, fl gallon. so ia. 61
Uaauui. M tb. io Cai -
NA ILS-American. 4@20d. fl keg. 5.50 ? 7.00
American Wrought. - (g -
Lathing. 7.60 @10.00
Copper, fl lb. 1.00 (gi -
Galvanized. 30 vs -
Spikea. 12 @ 16
Oj LS-Lard, fi gallon. 1.40 ? 1.45
Linseed, ft gallon. 1.64 0 1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. Ll, fl gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 010.00
Kerosene, fl gallon.j 62 ? 54
Benzine, fl pallon.| 60 ? -
PRO VISIONS- -Beef. mess, fi bbl.116.00 030.00
Beef, prime.114.00 ?16.00
Pork, mesa. 28.00 ? -
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fl lb. 18 ? 24 ij
Bacon, Sides. 18?? 3.0'
Bacon, Shoulder?. 16 (ai 16i?
Bacon, Strips. 18 ? -
Lard, in keg. 12?? 15
Butter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 16 0 64
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 ? -
Onions. 4.00 ? -
Apples. 8.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, fl lb... 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.| 12 ? 10
PLOW STEEL, fl lb 12 ? -
Hli'E-Carolina, fl tb. 10?? ll
East India. - ? -
SLATES- American, fl square.12.50 (ul -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 ? 8.Ul
White Pine, first equality.12.00 0 -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack. 2.60 ? 2.76
Liverpool, fine. - 0 -
SOAF-Bxr. fl lb. il ? 16?
STARCH, fl tb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, f lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mac?. 1.76 0 -
Cloves. 76 0 -
Nutxaege. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 0 -
Pimento...:. 40 0 60
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, f gaUou-Alcohol. 6.00 ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 @12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.76
Gin, Holland. 4.75 @ 6.00
Gin, American. 3.50 0 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 0 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.60 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 0 6.00
Whiskey, Rectifled. 2.30 ? 8.40
SUGAR, fl tb-Raw. 18 ? 16
Crushed. 18 0 18
Clarified A. 17 0 18
Clarified B. 17 0 18?
Clarified C. 16?? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muscovar1' . 13 ? 15
SEGARS- Domesticmanvuacture, fl M. 18.00 @45.00
TEAS, fl ?-Imperial. 3.00 0 2.60
Gunpowder.... 3.00 0 3.60
Hyson. 1.50 0 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 0 1.75
TOBA CCO, fi lb, as per quality. 40 @ 1.60
r/J/SER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 012.00
Ash. - 0 -
Poplar_'.. - 0 -
? Hickory. - ? -
TAY-IC Roofing Plate.16.00 ? -
IX Roofing Plate.17.00 @ -
10 Tin Plats', 10114. 15.60 0 -
1 X Tin PUta 10x14. 17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.60 ? -
Block Tin. fl tb. 40 0 -
TMNE-Cotton, fl lb. 76 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 40 0 -
Jute. 60 & -
VARNISH-SH^ut. fl gallon. 25 0 -
Taratine. - 0 -
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gsUon. 60 0 --
Cider. 30 0 -
French. 1.00 0 1.26
WINE, fl gallon-Port. 2.60 @ 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 0 6.00
Claret, fi case. 6.00 013.50
Champague, fl basket. 25.00 030.00
ZINC-Sheet, fl lb. 26 ? 27
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE GIN,
GOLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION TO ODR BUSINESS OF SELLING
WINES, etc., lu original packages, and In order to
asure to consumers Pore Liquors in a compact and con
enient form, we commenced Ute enterprise of bottling
and packing in cases our well known Wines, Brandies,
whiskies, Ac, and have sent them out In a style that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reachiug the porohasar. The general sppre
Liiation and gratifying success that has rewarded our
tiona bsa encouraged ns to maintain the standard aa re?
gards quality, also to make increased efforts to retain the
confidence and patronage whloh has been so liberally be?
stowed upon us. BIN INGER A CO.,
[Established 1778.) Importers of Wines, Ac ,
No. 16 Beaver street. New York.
The above popular goods are put up in cases contem?
ns one dozen bottles each, and ara sold by all prominent
Druggists, Grocers, Ac.
Optnlona of tue Presa.
The name of Binlnger A Co., No. 15 Beaver stree;, ls a
CfUdrantcc of tho exact and literal truth of whatever they
cprescnt.-N. T". Com. Adztrtiter.
Thc importing house of Binlnger A Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, ia conducted upon principles of integrity, raimes?
3d thc highest honor.-N. Y. Evtr.ino Ezprca.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO..
N 153 MEETING STREET,
opposite Charleston Hotel,
oow II: & MOISE,
SI?4 < ESSORS TO KING Ot tASSlDaCY
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Ageuts, Charleston, s. O
Jauiiary 30 wrhiOnios
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
VJ THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLr
depilatory recommends itself as being au almost lu
diapeusible article to female beauty, ls easily applied,
loes not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on the
oom. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or hom any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
-kin sott, smooth and natural. This is the only article
used by the French, and ls the only real effectual depila
lory in existence. Price 75 ceuts per package,' po.
paid to anv address, on receipt ot an order, b>
BEUGER. SHOTTS & CO., Chemists.
March s.i lyr No. 2S5 River st.. Troy, N. V.
SPARTAKBORG FEMALE COLLEGE.
Hou. SIMPSON BOBO, Spartanburg.
Rev. C. MURCHISON.
Judge T. 0. P. VERNON, Spartanburg.
Rev. T. Gt. HERBERT, Ninety Six.
Prof. A. H LESTER, Spartanburg.
Rev. J. A. PORTER, Georgetown.
Major JOHN A. LEE, Spartanburg.
Rev. M. BROWN, Columbia.
Major A. H. KIRBY, Spartanburg.
Rev. W. S. BLACK, Newberry.
Rev. A. W. WALKER, Spartanburg.
Prof. WARREN DuPREE, Spartanburg.
J. H. WILSON, Esq., Spartanburg.
Rev. ANSON W. CUMMINGS, A. M., D. D.,
President and Teacher of Mathematics, and
Lecturer on Natural Science, &c.
Mrs. I. H. CUMMINGS,
Teacher of Rhetoric, Mental and Moral
Misa ALICE M. SHELDON,
Music. Embroidery, Painting, Leather
Work, Hair Work, &c.
Miss ALICE LOMAX,
Music, French, English Literature.
Miss SUE V. R. SHELDON,
French, Music, History.
Miss M. JANE WOFFORD,
Natural Science, Latin, &c.
HE8SIONS AND VACATION.
The Fall Session will open October 3d,
1867, and close February 19th, 1868.
Tho Spring Session will open February
20th, aud close July 8th, 1868.
Vacation extends from close of Spring
Session, to October 1st.
A few days recess at Christmas.
Board, per Session, in Currenov,.$70 00
Tuition,. 20 00
Contingent Fee,. 2 00
Music, with UBe of Piano,. 27 50
Latin, Extra,. 10 00
French, Extra,. 12 00
Embroidery,. 15 00
OU Painting,. 20 00
Orecian Painting, tor the Course,. 10 00
Leather Work,. 6 00
Hair Work,. . COO
Feather Flowers,. 6 00
Wax Fruit Flowers,. 6 00
Each Music pupil receives fifty lessons
during the Session, and can use a
piano for practice, from mir to three hours
daily. There are six pianos in the College.
The teachers in this department have
had much experience, and excel as per?
formers as well as teachers.
This department is under the immediate
control of the President, and the young
ladies constitute a part of his family. They
will have the constant care of the lady
teachers in sickness and in health. The
rooms are large, well ventilated and well
warmed in cold weather. For the style of
living at the College, the President takes
the liberty to refer to Rev. R. P. Franks,
P. E., of Spartanburg District, who, with
his family has board in the College, at the
same table with the young ladies and teach?
ers. Also, to Col William L. DePassof|
Camden, Horace Nichols, Esq., of Colum?
bia, who also, with their families, have
been members of the College family. All
young ladies from a distance, are expected
to board at thc College.
Have all had much experience, two of]
them have taught over twenty-tive years.
The young lady teachers all graduated in
one of the best Female Colleges in the
South, and excel in their respective depart?
THE TEXT BOOK?
lu use can all be procured in Spartan?
burg, at reasonable prices.
The College has a beautiful and exten?
sive Apparatus, for illustrating the various
branches of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry
and Astronomy. Lectures on these sub
! jects, free to all, will be delivered during
Students coming by Spartanburg aud
Union Railroad, should leave Columbia, or
intermediate stations, on Monday, Wednes?
day or Saturday-they will then come
through without detention.
It is confidently believed that while this
Institution offers high inducements, in the
way of educational, social, moral and re?
ligious advantages, it holds out motives of J
a pecuniary kind, equal, if not greater than
any other. Look at the advertisements of |
this and other schools, North or South, and
parents will see that they make a saving by
sending to Spartanburg.
After reading this, hand it to some one
who has a daughter to educate, or post it
up in some public place.
THOSE INTENDING to patronize the Col?
lege, will confer a favor by immediately
addressing the President, at Spartanburg,
COURSE OE STUDY-TEXT
Geography.Cotton's and Fitch's,
English Grammer.Bullion's Prac. Lessons
Arithmetic.Thompson's Mental A
Dictionary.Webster's School Ed.
Reading.Sanders' 4th Reader.'
Geography.Cotton's and Fitch's
History United States.Wilson's.
Dictionary.' Webster's High School
Science of Familiar Things Wells'.
Reading. Sanders'4th Reader.
chemistry.Foster and Yeoman's.
General History . . .Wilson's School Ed.
Watts on Mind.. .Emmerson's.
Algebra. Davie's First Lassons.
Astronomy. . Bouvier'e.
Mental Philosophy. Upham's.
Geometry. ... Loomi?'.
Moral Science. Alexander's.
RESIDENT USA DD ATES' CO DESE.
Philosophy of Natural History, General His?
tory, Physical Geograpbv, French and auv of the
Ornamentals, with Reviews of anv part of former
Bullion's Grammar, Reader, Casar, etc.
Fasqueiie'? French series ia u&ed.
Woodbury's New Method is used.
We use Piano without a Master, Huuten's,
Richardson's, (newedition,) and Bertmi'9 Induc?
tion Books. In vocal, Mason's Noimai Instruc?
tor, and New Carmina Sacra.
Spartanburg Female College, under thc
otrouagc ul* thc South Carolina Confer
?nee, was opened for the admission of
mpils ou the 25th August, 1855.
Thc site ol' thc College Buildings ia one
if the most pleasant and desirable locations
hat could hare been selected.
The Campus encloses fifteen acres ot
woodland, ou the summit of a hill, over
ooking the town bf Spartanbnrg, and a
?alf mile or more, distant from it.
Secluded from the excitements and at
ractions of the town thoroughfares, with a
Hire atmosphere, excellent water, and rural
juietude, the pupils enjoy every facility for
nental aud moral culture.
It may be satisfactory to some to soe a
few from among the many of the newspa?
per and Other notices that might be selec?
ted, which have geuerously been taken of j
the College, location, teachers, ic. But
jur best epistles arc our former pupils,
scattered all over North aud South Caroli
ua, Alabama, Georgia, A'irginia, Tennessee,
Mississippi, Texas and other States.
SPARTANBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.-"A
fine climate, healthy location aud compe?
tent Facalty, recommend this College to
public patronage."-Minute? of S. C. Con
SPARTANBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.
"This Institution of South Carolina Con?
ference, opens October .'?d. It is under
the Presidency of that experienced teacher,
Dr. W. A. Cummings. Ita proximity to
Wofford College gives some advantage to
those who have both sons and daughters to
educate from home; and the renown of j
Spartanburg for it? healthfulness and reli?
gious privileges, commends it to public fa?
vor."-Southern Christian Advocate, Avg.
SPARTANBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.-"It
gives us pleasure to announce to the pub?
lic, the re-opening of this popular iustitu
tion, under the management of the Rev. A.
W. Cummings, D. 1). The reputation of
the President for scholarship and adminis?
trative ability, should command for the
Institution a liberal patronage; and we
hope that the friends of female education
will bestir themselves to giv? to this Col?
lege that support and encouragement with
which it was honored in former years. Ita
representatives are scattered throughout the
land, and they surely cannot forget the
pleasant associations of by-gone days, and
disregard the claims of their Alma Mater.
Let one and all do something to sustain
this important educational interest, ' that
our daughters may be as corner-stones, pol?
ished after the similitude of a palace.' "
Spartanburg Express, I860.
ROLSTON CONFERENCE FEMALE COL?
LEGE.-" We have been pleased to learn
that the last session was eminently success?
ful, and with the present able and efficient
corpse of teachers, (three of whom are now
in the Spartanburg Female College,) under
the lead of Dr. Cummings, promises to
fulfil the fullest hopes of its friends."
Abingdon Virginian, May, 18G0.
HOLSTON CONFERENCE FEM AL* COL?
LEGE.-"Of the President, Kev. Dr. Cum?
mings, and the Faculty, it ?sonly necessary
to say that the present examination does
not detract anythiug from the high reputa?
tion that they had sustained for many
years as able teachers and skilful managers
of a literary institution. The Committee
feel safe in saying, in the language of one
of the oldest, and mo t active Trustees,
Hon. N. W. Woodfiu in regard to the
President, ( that they have the right man
in the right place.' "-Report of Examin?
ing Committee of H. C. F. College May 15,
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, FSPKCIALLY DESIGNED
for the use ot the
Medical Profession and the Family,
18 now endorsed by all the prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseur^ ab possessing all those mtrlubic
medicinal qualiUM (tome aud diuretic) which belong lo
OLD AND PURK GIN.
We trust that our established reputaUou rounded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundanUy vin?
dicates our claims to public coundeuce, and guaran?
tee* the excellence of this Standard Article.
Put up In cases continuing one dozen bottles each and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, tc.
A. M. bININGEB A CO.
[Established 1778. Sole Importers
No. 16 Beaver atmet, New Yoi
OpLniona of ?? t*reaa.
The Ul ni uge rn, No. IS Beaver street, have a very high
reputation to sustain, as the oldest aud b^el house in
New York.-Worn? Journal.
The house of A. M. Bininger A Co., No. IS Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of eighty years, a repu?
tation that may well bu envied.-A'. Y. Kvenina Pott.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Oppoalt? Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
al'CCEfSORS TO KING A. ( ASSlDK.Y.
NO. 1S1 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 29 tuths limo
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ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, Ia
published at Marion, a. C.. in the neutral portiou
ur the country, and oflers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Machinists, aud all classes who desire
to extend their business in the Peu Dee country
For the benefit of our advertising patrons, we ?hall, in
addition to our subscription hst, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute, gratuitously, copies ol
die STAK, dui.cg tho business season tin. Fall.
Rates cl Ad vertlslng liberal.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 30_Editor and Proprietor
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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, IT FLORENCE,
S. C., offers an exceUent medium to Merchants and
ethers who wish to extend their business in thc Pco
Dee section of the State. Rates of advertising very rea
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Lancaster ti. H., S. C, Having a large aubecripUon
list, it oilers a favorable medium to .Merchants and all
advertisers vi hu desire to extend their business in the
upper Districts of the State. Rates of sdvertiaiug lib?
eral. Speclnieu copy of paper sent on application.
T HE SU M T ER NEWS,
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MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
rr\HE- PEULADELPHIA UNIVERSITY Of MEDICINE
JL AND SURGERY waa orgauized in 18*8. Chartered
by the Leglalature, February 20.1863. Nam e changed
by a l?gislative enactment to the Eclectic Itetl leal Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1600. In 1803 lt purcL.s ed the
Pennsylvania Medical College, established in ISIS, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which had previously
been merged Into the Pennsylvania Medical College, ft
1804 it purchased the Penn Medical University. Tue
Trusties of the separate schools united, petitioned end
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 15,1805. All thtse various Acts are publl hed in
the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 uilding
and museum was over one hundred thousand dollars. It
will be observed that the University, aanow organized, ls
the legal representative of the four Medical Colleges that
it has absorbed.' It ls a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached to any medical clique
but embraces Tn its teaching everything ol value to the
Sessions.-lt has two tull sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and coutinnlng until the 1st of
January, as its first session, and from the 1st ot January
to the 1st ol April, as its second; the two constituting one
full course of lectures. It bss also a summer session,
commencing the 1st April and continuing until August,
for the preparatory branches, such as Latin, Greek,
Mathematica, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickets.-Tickets to the full course of lectures $120. or
SO?) tor each session. For tho summer or preparatory
course 125. Graudating fee $30. To aid youug men of
moderate means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course students for
$75. and to secoud-course students and clergymen for
$60, es ch constituting the holder a life member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lecturer, and all the teaching
of the school. Th? only addiUonal tees are a \ oarly dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, each af which ls $5.
TA? Advantages of Scholarships.-The student holding a
scholarship eau enter the College at any time during the
year, attend aa long as he chooses, and re-enter the insti?
tution as fiequeu tl y as desired.
It requires no previous reading, or study to 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 stu 'eut should hold a scholarship and. uot be
able to attend lectures, it can be transferred to another,
thus preventing any los?.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing to
purchase scholarship ior them a year or more bet?re
their attendance at the University, can secure them by
advancing one-half tho price and plying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow '.real benefit npon poor young men by
presenting them ? scholarship, and thus enabling them
to obtain an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physicians
and surgeons. The University has associated with it a
large hospital clinic, wheie ovary form of medical and
surgical disease is operated on and treated in the pres?
ence of the class.
COLLICOE BUILDDJO.-The College building, located io
Ninth street, south of Walnut, ls the finest in the city.
Its front ls collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
battlements and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
and beautUul appearance. The facade ls of brown stone,
ornamented by two towers, rising to the elevation ot
eighty feet, and crowned with an embattled parapet.
The building contains between fifty sud sixty rooms, all
supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience
that modern improvement can contribute to facilitate
medical instruction. Unly five hundred scholarships
will be issued, and as two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those who wish to secure one should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check
sent 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 9. FISHER.
Esq.. and the Dean of the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
All orders tor scholarships or other business of tho Uni?
versity, should be addressed to Professor W. PAINE, M.
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST ISSUED BY W. PAINE. IL D.,
Professor of the Principles aud Practice ut Medicine and
Pathology lu the Philadelphia University of MeJicine
and Surgery; author of Paine's Practice of Surgery; a
work on Obstetrics and Materia Medica, author of New
School Remedies; an Epitome of Eberlle's Practice ot
Medicine; a Review of Homeopathy ; a Work on the His?
tory of Medicine; Editor of University Medical and Sur?
gical Journal, ic, ic lt ls a royal octavo of 000 pages,
and contains a mil description of all diseases known to
medicine and surgery', including those of women and
children, together with their pathology aad treatment by
all the new and improved methods. Price $7; postage 60
Allure.-j the author, No. 933 ARCH STREET. Philadel?
ALSO. A NEW WORK.
Entitled New School Mediemos, which is the only work
ever published upon Materia Medica, embracing all the
Eclectic, Horace, atnie, und Botanic Reni?die6, witha
lull regular Materia Medica. Prise 15; postage tree.
Address as above.
MEDICINE AI ?ERY.
A SEMI-MONTHLY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE. SURGERY,
PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENE A>"D GENERAL LITERA?
TURE, DEVOTED Td THE PROFESSION AJO)
The chea pe't Medical Paper in the world, published
everr two weeks at the I'm ve rsi ty Building. Ninth-street,
South of Walnut.
Five coplea to one address.4.35
Ten copies to one address.7.60
Fifteen copies to one address.9.30
Twenty copies to oue address.10.0U
1 he getters up ot the Club shall have one copy gratis.
Address W. PAINE, M. D.. Editor,
September 12_ Philadelphia, Pa.
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ot superior quality are manufactured aud offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public are Invited
to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
I ie re nee.
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THF
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO HON
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, 1
EKGI.SEEP.I.SU DKHKIUKNT, [
YALE COLLEGE, November 10, i?od. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils aa the oidy pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pencil-, man?
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them superior to any pencil lu use, even to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
These pencils are very finely graded sud have a very
.mooth lead; even the sottest pencils hold the point well;
they are all that can bs desired in a pencil, it gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
viii tio longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
liny other loreign maiket for pennis.
Professor ol Or ? 'lng, *.\
ALL PENCILS Ahr! SUUPFD:
??- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. V."
None grimme without ta* r\act usmc ot the firm
look to lt. December IS
k< Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celeb rated Preventive Lotior.,
A PPP.OYED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. P?
l\. the trench Medical Faculty, as the only safe
infallible antidote against infection from Special Disea.
This invaluable cre? aration is suited for either sex, ai.?
b;is proved, irom ampio experience, the most efficient
cud reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effechnp a
desideratum lou? sought for m the Medical World. Ii
used occoniing to directions every possibility of danger
maj bo avoided, a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessel?, and render contamination impossible.
Be wise m time, and at a very' small outlay, save horns ol
untold bodily and mental tormenta.
This moat reliablo specific, so universally adopted lu
the Old World. Is now offered for sale for the first time lu
America by F. A, DliPORT i CO., only aulborlre.l
Agents tor the United states.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size. $5,
The usual oiscount to the trade. Sent, ?ecureh
packed, ou receipt ol pru e, to any address, w ith dire?
lions ami pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT Si CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Rirord's P. L.,
May 2?! lyr No. pj Uold Street, New York.
la. WHISKERS and MUS- ..affw
TT TACHES forced to #?*?k
grow upon the smoothest l-l
lace in from three to five Tal^W
M weeks by using Dr. 8EVTG- KM
HL N E ' 9 RESTAURATE! u ?B
jfl CAPILLAIRE, the m< st
*JaBBP*^ wonderful discovery in mo- 4^^HalP^
dem science, acting upon
the Beard aud Hatr in an almost miraculous manner. ;
has been geed by the elite ol Paris and London with th.
most flittering success. Names ot all purchasers wi)
he registered, and ir entire satistactton is uot elven il
every instance, the money will be cheerfully rani oded
Price hy mail, sealed and postpaid. ?1. Deaiiiptive civ.
ciilars und testimonials maded flee. Address BthclFi;,
SHUTTS?i CO , Chemists, No. 2s6 River street Trev. N
V., sou Agents for die United States
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
ILL HAIL TO THG C0IV0UBROR !
BUM n TBS I WHIM. INVALID.
. DEFER NOT THE USE OF
PIILMONIC ELIXIR SPEW.
MAN? WHOSE lTjCCTINIXG HEALTH, WHTC?
was precarious, and their recovery despaired o',
do now wita grateful emanations to the AU-Wise Dis?
poser, oller heartfelt thanks for this timely remedy. Dur?
ing the short time ?Ince ila public introduction Into use,
the Originator has most happily realized her most san?
guino expectations in manifestation^: issuing from all
quarters of its unparalelled curative properties, for in no
case where it has been adminfsterea with regard to di?
rections, and persevered In, has lt failed m its beneficial
In resorting to this remedy, the invalid can depend
upon the safety of every arricio in its preparation, and
while it accelerates the healthful rt actions of each organ
and vessel, the mind can be perfectly free from appre?
hension of any subtle ingredient being insinuated into its
The appetite, which improves under its administration,
is at liberty to indulge prudently In whatever nutriment
is palatable, digestive and wholesome, and while it ia no
more than proper to avoid exposure to freah cold, no lear
need be entertained of any liability under thia course of
treatment to induce it lt is a pleasant AROMATIC)
CORDIAL, quite agreeable to the taste, and aa a lung re?
vi vi Iyer and balsam of health, it is distinguishing itself aa
without precedent, and we trust will, ere long, claim for
itself general acclamation for ita unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by the Proprietress, airs. CECILIA RODRI?
QUE'S, northwest corner of HEFTING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggists.
PRICK SIMILE BOTTLE $1.25.
April 2 _ . lyr
CHILLS & FEVER
WE HAVE USED GALLIG ETAN'S PILLS. AND FIND
that they will do all that ia claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor. ^ ,J
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. HANDFORD, Att'y GenT of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala. j
From THOMAS J. JCDOE, Judge Supreme Court.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for Fever and Ague, and hud them all that is claimed for
them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ada., September 29, 1858.
LOWNDES COUNTY, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They arc decidedly the best medicine for Chilla and I e.
ver I ever gave. I would not be without them for Ate
times the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AUEMCUS, April 17, 18(17.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
of Chills and Fever. They are the best medicine tor
Chills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTO OVERT, ALA., Joly 9,1866.
Messrs. BLUNT & HALE-GENTS: I have Used your
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions for Chilla and
Fever, and find that they effect all that they are Intend
ed to do. They are the best remedy for une disease thu
I have ever tried. I consider tb i perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DA.VL SAYRE,
Grand Sec. Grand Lodge ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA-, March ll, 1367.
I have need GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty cases Gt
Chills anti Fever, with pericct success. They aretha
heat Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE TN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WI ?VE.II AN A CO.,
No. 153 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
?LOI'?T A HA LG,
May 14_too_Montgomery, Ala.
SUFFER NO MOKE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
can be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
The astonishing success which has attended this in.
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness.
General Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of y out h iu.
indiscretion, reuders il the mont valuable preparauon
It wiU remove all nervous affections, depression, ex
ci'emeut, incapacity to stud} or business,Toss of memo?
ry, eontuslou, thoughts oi self destruction, feara of in?
sanity, Ac. lt will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by .-ennui excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and iguoraut practitioners, bot send Without delay
tor the Elixir, and be at once restored io health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure.la Guaranteed m every instance.
Price $1, or lour bottles to one address JJ,
One bottle is ?ulncieut to effect a cure lu all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections ot
tho Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected In from one to
five-days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that arc harmless on the system, and never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet
ie necessary while using them, nor does their action in
auy manuel Interfere with business pursuits. Price 91
Either of thu above-mentioned articles will be tent to
any address, closely sealed, and poet-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTfi 4 CO., Chemist*.
March 30 ly No. 285 River street. 'Troy, N. Y.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all.
To young and toold, to gt eat and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious aud rar?,
Is free for all. and all may be lair.
H> the ase of
For Improving and Be^ntiiyina the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect pr?par?t...n in use, for
giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only
lound in vouth. lt quickly removes Tan, Frekles, Pim?
ples, Blotches. Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Erupci?n?,
and all Impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
leaving tho skin white and clear aa alabaster. Its usa
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It ls th*
only article ol the kind used by the French, aud is con?
sidered by the Parisian as Indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwtrds of 3o,U0u bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Pn.-a
only 76 cent!. ?rent hy mail, pos?-paid oa receipt oi tar
BERGER, SECTT9 k CO., Chemists,
288 River St., Trov, N. Y
March S3. lyr
J Ohl she was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose cm lim: tendrils, sott cntttrincd.
Enchained thc very heart ;nd mini.
For Curling thc Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy P.iuclecs or Heavy Massive
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LA DIE ? AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautily themselves a thousand-told.
lt ls the only article tn the world that will curl straight
hair, and at the same lime give it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper Cona not only curls the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies aud desuses it; is highiy and de?
lightfully perluined, and is thc most complet.- article ot
the Lind ever offered lo the Ann rican public. The
Crisper Coma will be rant to auy address, sealed aud
postpaid for SI.
Addivfs all orders to
W. L. CLARK A- CO., Chemist?,
No. :t West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 _lvr
- I) E A l! 1 Y . Auburn. ^sw
JtLP'm JJ uoiden, Flaxen, and *fW^kt
ff* Ml editen CURLS produced by I ?
?B SBr t?e us,- ut Professor Dt ? ^ M
Jgk -ig?L BREUX'S r RISE R LE mi'
JWT^A CHEVEUX. One applies- JtVjT
^?M W\Wl tien warranted to "''^HhaVS
^T-*V mostetraight and etubbom^'y^J^a*
ha'' ot either sex Into wavy ringlets, or heavy masai ra
cr.. Has been used hy the fashionables of Paris and
! London, with the moat gratifying results Does no In
: )iiry to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, il.
I Descriptive circulars mailed rree. Address BERGER,
I S H?TTS a CO., Chemists. No. 285 River street Troy, N.
V.. olr Agents for the ?niteu Sutes.
March co ly